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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 June 1847

"r&F V- --"- tsm" . TpJ-jiijS T&gZl?I$.5 ui ac3r.-ii3cc. Published Weekly. or 7 at the eaid oi the year; BY CittJG-ER & MOORE. HOUSTON MONDAY, JUiME 21, 1847. VOL. ML NO.25--WHOLENO.600: guwajujex iiiBtuuiunjB nwi qr $s I , , . , . . . u R DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER, Published ertrg,Monday. Main Si, Houston BY CRCJGER & MOORE. XEOS. Subscription for One Year, or Fifty -Two Number-, - ,-J - - 3 00 Auy person who igmitTTwelve pilars, will be en uleJ to three subscript tomYm all cases to be paid in advance.) t r' Advertising onedoHai per,squarJqr the first insertion, aud filty cent, 'for eSch subsf qnent inser- tion. Ten lines, or less to rontitatrafo(?h"are. To Merchants an J others" adSiMjj by the year, a reasonable. deduction fronyhe" above rates will be made. Steamboat caids,Poli!iral'and Personal comma ' nicaijons will be charged at the same rates at. ad- vertisements. Announcements ofCandidates for office $5 in advance. && " All Advrtiemeinpio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 June 1847

s'.'pfessp'f--' ?- jia-r i "-w -"tv r- -& ( 152. hundred and forty-seven, under the following heads, viz : For the contingent fund'ortherScnatexo enable its Secretary to comply withlgea?resolutions passed FebruarjyJfiighjeenth, and February twentieth, for the ptirchasefcertaia books therein aamed, forty five thousand dollars. " For additional'salary to the Surveyor General of Wis-constn'-aftd Iowa, from first of July, eighteen hundred and forjyEtx, to the thirtieth June, eighteen hundred end lo'rty seven, five hundred, dollars.. For additional salary to the Surveyor General ofAr-, kansaOrora first July, eighteen hundred and forty six, F to thenhirtieth June, eighteen hundred aHd forty-seven, fivehuridred dollars. ForJsalary of district judge of Texas, from twenty- ninth May, eighteen hundred and forty-six, to the thir- tieth JjneL eighteen hundred and forty seven, two thou- sand que pundred and eighty dollars and thirty ctnts. For.sala.ries of tho district attorney and marshal o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 June 1847

rr a" " 'l'''i-lV ' T s the ofScersjpf the Benares, during tho Burvoy of the- jed Seabtit never since. There is a tradition among the Arab pilots of its having been on .fire fifty years ago ; and it bears among thenr the name of Jibblo Dookhan, orH3Tof Smoke, and iias tho appearance of having ' been inactive operation at a much later period than the Zebayer islands. The Poisoning Case, in Shelby County, Texas. The following is a. letter received by tfie Delta, giving the particulars of the infa- mous poisining case, in Shelby county, which vc noticed on a former occasion : Bayou Saha, May 23, 1847. j)car I returned from a flying visit to Hamilton yesterday, and learned some more particulars in relation to the poisoning. Fif- teen are dead, and some eight or ten are ext pectod to die daily some got better, butook T ml1 mlita tVio .im.nmstnnp.ft sis T ripnrrl it ! It appears that old Wilkinson was a man of bad character a notorious nog iniei ana Morris, the ".groom, had been twice whi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 June 1847

--s TggeyS? -i - f bmri . i4fr In r U -?- rfi& HOUSTOg, PRICES CURRENT.' a' Corrected eeHy, , ?BY JiD. GROESBEEOK. I iRTICLES. Ffm To Ale, peSbBi. , 10 P16 6 13 25 9 - 10 io;; 60 70 9 15 35 33 30, BacgraSIentucky, per yard, 12 'j. .Manilla, Bale Rojltucky, per lb.. 14 5 11 Ericfcspef'W., : : Beeswaxfyellow, per lb., CottfinjlBrefiSr, per lb., " ;. ,.Qr4nary, u, . TfJnnd Middling. 8.00 23 8 8 9 S " MiddlingFair, 10 Corn.-shelied, per" bushel, I " eerbbkk : ? PoffecRwSeMfr; : CanaHespermftperilbi, , $ "IMfedaiBaDtine, -' '":'2teTineT . : Cider. neaSbr.? . 55 60 U 4 33 ' 30 25 '9 12 s.'oo 810.00 Dompstic tjoDds perlrard. . - ' Biowo siiirtjngs'S'4 7 8 " sheetings. 4-4 a 5.4, '9 II 13- 5 13 16 16 17 50. 80 20 60 30 20 S9 50 9 00 1.75 15 11 81,25 3.50 2. 125 6 00 25 20 6 50 5 50 2 75 Bleached shirtings, 3 4a 7-8, 11 ' Sheetings, 4 4, - Browb'Lowell Ostiaburgs, Tickings, 3-4 a 4-4, Stripns and'Checks. Denims, : t : Cottonadrs, : Sattineits." : Calico Prints, : JeansfKen'ticky, ' ., Ea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 June 1847

e J'WWP'wrAypbti" '- - -"p"" MHRC lPJEi22Jtir8-$5 in advance. Published WeeKiy. orS? atilie end 0$. the year ; BY GRUGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1847. VOL. XI. NO. 26- WHOLENO. 601. 'fr" - --. r: . Qi al Ee?t e3 fi Rl E3 i 01 i 1 h bl 0 PJ fefl Ml Baiia W r 85 ks& Of rail fei s7 siKlf .! In 3 mh BL (Br 8 nol - &- wmlWlw wl ILIr! m iw rafelfelIlilrH 11 fern w www 1 era Aml Imnivli r I hbULB ,( v -: i. . in I. ' . J3Kr V . " " : 2k & DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND ...TEXAS REGISTER, Pabhshed:'0very Monday, Main St.. Houston BY CRCJGER & MOORE. TEfi?2S. Subscription for One Year, or Filly-Two Number.-, .... 5.00 Any person who lemits Twelve Dollars, will be en'iiled to three "subscriptions, (in all cases lobe paid -in-advance.) Advertising, one dollar per square for the first insertion, .and fitly cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Tennlines'jjr less to constitute a square. To Merchants .and othej.x advertising by the year, a reahonable, deduction from the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 June 1847

f S3--'- - x mcrfifSAA' "' K;r--r;'v "gjrttev '. & to iA. and returns tliereof made to the General Land Of- ' fice, to authorize the commencement of the sales in said j district, 6hall appoint one register auu ouo icul-iviu ut the land office in said district, who 6hall reside at the jlawrdesignated by the President for the land office, "receive such compensation, give security, and discharge all duties pertaining to such office, as arc prescribed by law; Approved March 3, 1847. a Public No. 43. Ait ACT making appropriations for the payment of navy pensions for tho year ending thirtieth Juno, eighteen hundred and forty eight. Sec-vl Bo it enacted by tho Senate and Hous6 .-of Representatives of the United States of .America in Congress-assembled, That the following sums be, -and" ir-p same are hereby, appropriated for the payment of navy pensions for tho year ending, thirtieth June, 'cignteennunarea ana iorcy-cigni: - To pay invalid pensions, .thirty-six thousand dol-Jars.- fc To...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 June 1847

rs"-'sJSBeipe- j jrjptSSR.'sr Wk Watery Potatoes. -Wo every day bear complaints iibout watery potatoes. Put in tho pot a piece of limo as large as a hen's egg; and how watery soever the potatoes may have been, when the water is poured off, tho potatoes will bo perfectly dry and mealy. 'CMtkens.- A disease called the gapes, so destruc- tive among chickens, may be prevented, and if not too far 'advanced cured, by a slight mixture of assafctida 1n their food. Four ounces, costing six cents per ounce, dissolf od in water and mixed ounce a day in the food, is enough, for four hundred chickens. THE TELEGRAPH. EDITED BY FRANCIS MOORE, Jr. EOlf TWi Monday, June 28, 1 847. MercekColo:st. The proceedings which ve publish to day, of the public meeting held in Navarro county, on the 27th inst indicate "but too plainly that a difficulty of a serious character has arisen between tho old frontier settlers and the surveyors of the colony. There is some reason to fear that this difficulty will resul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 June 1847

Rf -ftP-"? rr "swcrs " -&f vS s)SE---- - 5' J!, 25 HOUSTON PRICES CURRENT. rftr- JarreoteU wectilyf SaBY J. D. GROESBEECK & CO. .Ov. u. "ARTICLES. Fro7, To AleTneT bbl 9 16 18 8 10 18 20 9 14 25 81 9 91 10 10$ 70 80 9 15- 40 38 2 Bagging, Kentucky, per yard, " Manilla, : . Bala Rope, Kentucky, per lb "?"' Manilla, : Bricks,.per M., : : Beeswa'x, yellow, per lb., CouonjInferior( per lb., 12 8.00 23 8 'Ordinary, Middling, Good Middling, Middling Fair, Fair, 8 9 3 Si 10 A Corn, shelled, per bushel, " ear, per bbl., : Coffee.-Rio, per lb., ". 'Java " : : Candles, sperm, per lb., " adamantine, j' " sterine, : ;" tallOVV, Cider,per bbl., Domestic Goods, per yard. 60 . 70 Si 12J 38 35 25 9 8.00 810.00 ''Brown shirtings, 3 4a7 8 J?. sheetings, 4-4 a 5 4, 9 11 13 15 13 16 lb 17 50 80 20 K 60 - 30 20 10 00 9 50 1.75 15 11 81-25 3.50 2. 125 6 00 25 20 6 50 5.50 3 00 3 50 4 00 4 25 4 50" 6 7 7 7 7 3 50 20 00 45.00 4 00 4 50 45 6 t 25 1 25. i 50. 80 -5 50 3 75 5 50 - 3 -- 'Bleached shirt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 July 1847

flUMfngpz xa&Ms- t!Kr i-.-. maamLmriu.f i.ii. lutJMg-vvijmg1 - m"- i TJ8lWi-5 isi advnsscc. 1H riwlPs fillip IP H if Ml I !m ! Ipil B S&lrMiMll HiTfili mB mwwmtmy m w& mmW iisi 0 m fell tie 4 z i.. -.... swi.cj3 Ki;mnjarm,TaEuiMja..n.timjLgui.iitij1.- '"ipxmumm r.i..'Muil.-"rwu.i,mjajj;..L-fftfnit t.xcmoai' 'iAtLa'nrwni miff ii'i..'.ir.,i.'.M Uim iujiluxu - i i 'um.' ' m ,i i, iimfra t Published IVcelily. " or $7 at the end of the year y . '- BY CRCJGER & MOORE. DEMOCRATIC . TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER, iPtiUishe-l every Monday. Main St.. Houston BY CRUGER & MOORE. TERMS. Subscription for One Year, or Filty-Two Number-, .... C5.00 Any person who 1 emits Twelve Dollars, will be en'i'leJ to three subscriptions, (in all cases to be paid ia advance.) Advertising one dollar per square for the first " insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent inser tion. ien lines or less 10 constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduct...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 July 1847

SshTc R a II? If 26 the powers, in the Bamq manner as tho saino were per- formed and exercised when Frankfort constituted a part of tho district of Belfast. Approved March 3, 187. JJ- d PcBLIC No 61. . -AN ACT making provision for an additional number of general officers, and for other purposes. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by tho Senate and House ";'ot Representatives of the United States of America ' ""In Congress assembled,. That the President of tho " United States be, and he is hereby, authorized to or- ganizejhe ten regiments to be raisediby virtue of tho vct of tho eleventh-'of February, eighteen hundred and "" forty-seven, into brigades and divisions, either by alloting portions of the, same to the brigades and divisions oi me regular army or volunteer forces in the service of the United States, -and if the efficiency of Uio bcrvice shall ' require it, to appoint, by and with the advice and con- 8enVoithe Senate, such number of additional brigadier ge'nerals, not exceeding three, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 July 1847

axtr&v.r!'i?Z v ,ip"'V a Wjjswbfs f5Sfe thy, to" procure a. fowpouiidsrof it andocca-j sionaity to turow a nanaiw 01 il on everj wei and damp place uncier oratoiind his dwelling. Whenever any heap of filth tas accumulated, thCfcCoperas should be dissolved in water and Ht&s should lie sprinkled on it, the noxious va- ypors will thus be prevented from forming for several days, and in the mean time the fdth should by all means be removed. No exer- tions should be spared by our citizens this sea- son to keep every portion of the city entirely cleanly. If every lot and street' is' Icept clean and free from stagnant water, the city will certainly be Jiealthy. Let the city authorities and the citizens but perform their duty, and we shallj'at the close of the year, have the jiioud satisfaction of announcing that our fair -city has, during another year, enjoyed a com- plete immunity from the diseases that have so often been the scourge of many of our sister cities of the south. Our f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 July 1847

-Ji-e Xrwqr W- - 0- HOUSTON PRICES CURRENT. Corrected veekly, BY J. P. GROESBEECK & CO. ARTICLES. From To Ale, per. bbl. ; : , 3 Bugging, Kentucky, per .yard",; 16 1 18 " Manilla. : ! Bale Rone. Kentucky, per IB.. 8 12 8 00 'Manilla, a Bricks, .per "M.7 :. : .'.'Beeswax; yellow, per lb., Colton, Inferior, per lb., ?-' "- " , Ordinary, f j . " Middling, ' .-' J " Good Middling, 23 8 8 9i 91 10 ' " V" i ' Middling Fair, Fair, Corn, shelled, per bushel, 4, I t - r . v 4 f' 60 70 8i " ear, per bbi., .- Coffee. Rioter lb, : 'Java " : ,: Candles, sperm, per lb., " adamantine, " sterine : t tallow.. Cider, per bbl.. Domestic Goods, per yard. I2i 35 25 9 8 00, $ 1.0.00 Brown shirtings, 3 4 a 7 8 ' sheetinjjs, 4-4 a 5 4, S 9 11 ; -13 :" 15 13 .- 16 16' 17 50 80 20 60 30 20 1000 9 50 1.75 9 Bleached shirtings, 3 4 a 7 8, 11 " Sheetings. 4 4, Brown Lowell Gsnaburgs, Tickings, 3-4 a & 4, Stripes and Checks. Denims, .: : Collonsides, : JSaliinetis. .: Calico Prints, : Jeans. Kentucky, " ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 July 1847

&&&lifZg $5 in advance. uW&RiiGBn & MOOKE. ' -sy,. PEgrStic telegraph and "" 1l texas register, Puhlishel every Monday, Main Si.tfHoupton "l XBY GRUGER & MOORE. . TERIfSS. 'Subscription for One Year; or Fifty-Two fo3rr - - - $500 vSvTj'Irstjn -who i emits Twelve Dollars, will be entitled 'to three, subscriptions, (mall cases to be pauHn advance.) Attfertisingft one dollar per square for the first insertion, and fifty cents, for eacffsnbsequent inser- tionJf Ten lines or le&s to constitute a square. jJTa ftlerchants and others advertising by the year, aSSfeSlblededirctionjfrom the above rates will be-nraaf ' Steamboatcards, Political and Personal commu nicatipfisTvill be charged at the same raxes as ad- vertisements, Announcements "of Candidates for office So in advance. v A'll Advertisements not marked with the ltngth of lime desired for publication, will be inserted until forbid, and charged accordingly. KFAll communications in'ended for the Tele- graph ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 July 1847

v js --75fc,rij 4 T I - 2? - It h -- retreated from house to house, inorder to avoid Downs, seeming all the whilo to shuaany Eerious collision with him, and finally taking refuge in a. house and closing the deors. This took place early in the evening. Towards sundown he (Triplet!) mounted his horse, rode tn$oftownandrcturnedarmedwithapistol. Wheth- er Downs again sought him or not I do not know. There aroTnany versions f tho matter.. I heard the report of fite-arms, and upon going to the place where a crowd of citizens had assembled, I saw the dead body of "a toast whose name-1 Was then for the first time in- formed, was Downs. There has been no judicial in- vesugslkm into the 'affair, and it is not proper to pro- judge or anticipate the decision of the examining court. . jlfj.TripTett isJanxrous for a trial, which, I suppose, will'bo granted in a few days. Downs was not a citi- zen of this county, and but little was known about him. 23te;iG!j BY AIJTH0RIT7. Irows of the JTnited Sla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 July 1847

Hw?t? --- K J s .) feUow-citiiensof Baltimore and-of the North- ern sections ofithis country. Had Ipostpon- rl'if hfvnn ifl .nresent summer, it is not pro- Vable that any other convenient opportunity to make- it would' have occurred during the period of my term of Qfficial service, at the close of whichc shall retire to private H& And IJiope51rfto retire, leaving the admin- istration of my country in the hands of a wor- thy successoraridihatfcountry which has hon- orerfme TorifccHI trust to qammit to that successor prosperous and happy;" PotrricAi.1BPiRAKTS. It is said that there have-rb'een not less than two hundred applications Jiorhe Consulate at Havre, "which hasibeen vacated by, the death of Mr. Brdsely. The revenues of this Consulate are .valued at $20000 per annum. FasheesJ ,asd Mechanics' B,an"k: at MEMPnis.-W'Memphis Commercial Jour- nal says that meTaills of this Bank are now selling therefor 50"to 60 cents in .the dollar. These bills were lately sellujgjin tins city a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 July 1847

SfcS-fli "-&. -T i St .S- ? ( 6 -HOUSTON PRICES CURRENT. Cjrrected weekly, BY J. D. GROESBEECE & CO. "ARTICLES. Ftom To Ale.Dor bbl. : 9 10 'J8 20 9 14 25 81 9 91 10 101 70 80 9, 15 40 38 ' 30 12 Bagging, Kentucky, per yard 16 18 8 ' " Manilla, : Bile Rope, Kentucky, per lb l" Manilla, - : 4 Bycks, per M., ; , : Beeswax, yellow, per lb., Cotton, Inferior, per lb., ''' Ordinary, ' 12 8 00 23 8 S Middling, Good Middling, Middling Fair, 9 9i h " IS" r-v 10 ' jjtH Fair,- Cmtf shelled, per bushel, " ear, per bbl., : Cpffee,'Rio, per lb , : Java " : .Candles, sperm, per lb., -" adamantine, " sterlne, : ll tallow, Cider? per bbl., Domestic Goods, per yard. 60 70 '8i 2l -. 38 '35 25 9 8.00 S10.00 s,Brown shirtings, 3 4 a 7 8 9 11 13 15 13 16 ,J6 17 50 80 20 60 30 ' 20 10 00 9 50 1.75 15 11 SI.25 3 50 2. 1 25 6 00 25 20 6 50 5 50 3 00 3 50 4 00 4 25 4 50 6 ?i x 7 "7 3 50 20 00 45.00 400- 4.50 45 6 It 25, i 25. 1 50. 80 j 5",50 ' M3 75 5 50. ' sheetings, 4-4 a 5 4 9 Bleached shirtings...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 July 1847

-.f- -milgsa&rBst' ' - y T555E 'r - TM-.JT "f-"3JiS3 ":" A' U'HRC--- ..-. - - tr . TJEl&HS-mmgs an advasacc Published Weekly. or 87 at the end ot the year. . pPai Mi .vpi PUftflEiiB smpi fP-Mfiift ilPii lif3! . , "" Up3 111111 11 ks ill i w I sisINs Is! lr fri M ill ii In JSI jH InliFiiii 1 F1 w ' ' "' Mimn btbtjt,,- M i.i..ni.iu-. lllllll IF! ii.il. iui h 1 T IU"T -tgtt-BJ. '" " - "TJOIJU mimJJU!"'""" ' MJi.jr.Tl.lft'" - " 'ujJUUUMJ.tf.lJUl.T.UI . .1.111 I.I.JI,., "II IJMIi; j I'MHIIIIj ,HI'lVr,l,imggBg5S) IW'm-J . I .. Hft.l II IIPIIBHI II.W'.LJHm.J,.lli ,. II nSBJE iLllilll.l ill Ma f B,YCHUGEIl& MOORE. DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER, Published evert Monday, Main Si.. Houston BY CRUGER & MOORE. TERMS. Subscription for One Year, or FHty-Two Number.-, - - - $5.00 Any person who i emits Twelve Dollars, will be eniiiled to three subscriptions, (in all cases to be paid in advance.) Advertising, one dollar per square for the first insertion, and fifty .cents fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 July 1847

p- 'i3',i'-fi-v('';"sr' "(Jtf1Jji?vS.V T , Y saarwawgajjir ! 5 f ! 26B slept herself, knocked for admittance, calling . her by name at the same lime. No answer 'being returned, he and the young men forbed her door, and sad to relate, there sat the pobr sgirlplaying with the tony fingers of the grim and appalling skelleton, quite unconscious of Iherpresence of the intruders, there the poor thingsat a confirmed idiot for life. When she" gave that one fearful shriek, her reason ilecFnever to return. It is needless to remark on the remorse that attended the after lives of iihejwo young men. J)i Anglo Sacsun. This humbug of the -daxmeets with no more quarter among the representatives of the press and of public sen- timent, at ihe south, than at the North. The Savanah Republican, announcing the receipt of the luminous paper alluded to, thus de- scribes the thing : "The entire sheet looks as though -a case of battered typekab been occidentally empti- ed upon it, and at first, we thought it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 July 1847

r- v'f.v 55$se-6. '"& "- had ordered out all the rancheros in the sur- rounding country, to join him in an attack up- on .Tamptco. It was reported, also, that he had intercepted Col. Gaines, Major Borland, CapU C. M. Clay, and the American prison ers who bad been released in the city of Mexico, and who were on their way to Tam- pico with a military escort, and intended to detain them until he could re-capture the place. The officer in command in the city, on receiving this report, ordered all the citi- zens to be armed, and three companies of in- fantry,that "were on board the vessel off the bar, bound for Vera Cruz, were ordered up to reinforce the garrison. The enemy, however, at the last accounts, had not made his appear- ance in the neighborhood. Maj. Gen. George T. "Wood arrived in town on Tuesday evening. The "Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Patriot,, states that Gen. Leslie Comta being at the White Houso to wait upon the President, met Col. May there on the same...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 July 1847

5? "' --."'S5Jl-St J-JB- .270 HOUSTON PRICES -CURRENT. Corrected wcekly BY J. D. GROESBEECK &. CO. ARTICLES. From To Ale. oer bbl. I'S 10 18 20 9 14 25 81 9 Bagging Kentucky, per yard, IS 18 8 12 8.00 ". Manilla, Bale Rope, Kentucky, per lb.J " - Manilla, : Bricics, per M., : : BeesiKaXj yellow, per lb., Cotton J In fer io r, per lb., " ,OrdTnary, J , Middling, .23 8 8 9 10 5 60 i'a Good Middling, Middling Fair, Fair. V 10 10J 70 80 9 15 40 33 30 12 810.00 9 11 13 15 13 16 lb 17 50 80 20 60 30 20 10 00 9 50 1.75 15 11 81.25 3 50 2. ?25 6 00 25 20 6 50 550 3 00 3 50 4 00 4 25 450 6 7 7 7 7 3 50 20 00 45.0'0 4 00 ,4 50 : CorniUbelled, per bushel, " ear, per bbl., : -Coffee;ltio7per 4b , : "JJava," " : Candles, sperm, per lb., 'Lf ' adamantine, 70 81 12l 38 5 . 9 " stenne, ; " tallow, t Cider, per bbl., Domestic Goods, per yard 8.00, Brown shirtings, 3 4 a 7 8 " sheetings, 4-4 a 5 4, Bleached shirtings, 3 4 a 7, 9 11 u Shetlmgs, 4 4, Brown Howell Osnaburgs, Tickings. 3-4 a 4 4, Str...

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