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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 September 1847

yf9 L '. - Vi Mf-inc REGISTER, v - asx&t. ::'" ,- TIl;-tIz-ii in advance. Published IVvekly. or $7 at the end of the year BY CRUG-ER & MOORE. HOUSTON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1847. VOL. XII. NO.28--WHOLENO.613. - -p. r DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND 1 TEXAS REGISTER, Published evert Monday. Main St.. Houston '- '" BY CRUGER & MOORE. T E R.M S . '''Subscription for One Year, or Filty-Two Tiumber.-- .... 5.00 Any person who letnil? Twelve Dollars, will be ca-Med 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.. Ten lines or less to constitutt a square. " To Merchants and others advertising by the .year a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Poli'iral and Personal commu nications will be charged at the same rates as ad- vertisements. ' . Announcements of Candidates for office So in 'njtfanpi. AH Advancements not marked with ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 September 1847

V . XI .k- f? News from Mexico. I Particulars of the great Battles of the l(Jlh and 'MM vlt., near Mexico. We gatherha. following .particulars from Mr. Kendall'i letters.' - After some'-slicht skirmishing previously, on the morning of the 18lh, Gen Scott arrived at San Augustine nine .miles south of Mexico, I ,. Iff niinnl- Hun Wnrtll was in full march for the city by the main road. Majors VI " Smith and Tiirnbull, Capt. Mason and otlfcr engineer officers, were sent in advance, sup- j ;ported by Capt. Blake's squadron ofdragoons, j jg reconoitre, as it was known the enemy was t in force at or near San Antonio. The party when within a thousand yards, was fired upon i from a battery, which Mas masked by trees, the first ball from a 12-pounder instantly killed Cant. Thornton. I Col. Garland's brigade was now ordered to occupy the hacienda of Carrera, within plain sight and range of the enemy's batteries at San Antonio while Col. Clarke's brigade and the battery under Col. Duncan took a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 September 1847

-F to the interests of the whig party. It is styled the Western Star. The editor of the North- """ern Standard has commenced war upon it in the outset, and the sturdy blows he deals upon it, indicates that he fears that it may become . a Hercules, unless it is strangledjn its infancy. iWp! entertain no such fears. Its rays have riot-yet reached .us, but if we may judge from - r the -notices of our eastern, cotemporancs, it is 'the dullest star in our political firmament. Large Cork. The editor of the Northern wStandard -acknowjfedges the receipt of several iSiremarkably large ears of corn from the farm of Mr. Wni. S. Johnston. The heaviest, he says, are over twelve inches long, and weigh two pounds ; one has over 1,300 grains of corn upon it. We have recently conversed with planters who have lately arrived from the Colorado, ' near Bastrop ; from the Brazos, near Wash- ington ; ' from the Trinity, near Swartwout, - and they all represent the appearance of the cotton crops in those s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 September 1847

V- "I - GOLDEN SYRUP a choice article, for family use, much superior to sugar house molasses, justreceiv- . ed by jun 19 J D GROESBEECK & CO. QAA Ounces Quintue, 150 ozs Calomel, 100" Rheubarb, 150" Cream Tarter 50 Blue nil, 3 bbls fipts Turpentine, Fresh hops, strychnine, pow'd charcoal, carb. Ammo- nia, Lime Juice, Henry's Magnesia, Thorn's Oxalic Acid, Fly poison, Seidhtz Powders, and a general sup- ply of medicines, now landing from brig Herald. jun!9 J D GRQESBEECK fr CO PS. MASSEY & BLACK'S Compound Ex- tract of Sarsaparilla, for the cure oi Scrofula or Kings Evil, Chronc Rhumatism, Sypeictic and Mercurial Diseases, White Swellings, Obstinate Eruptions of the skin, ulcerous sores pains in the bones and all diseases requiting alterative medi- cines, prepared by P. S. Masse? & Black, corner Gravier and Camp stieets, N. Orleans, de 12 ROBERTS & CO.. Agents lorTexa. Q ( f boxes Claret, QJJ 10 boxes Cherries, 20 " Cordials, 20 half and quarter Pipes, Henisee, Rosse ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 September 1847

atsa: ILL'S ftH T EGI STER. M M TJE&JfIS-3 in adhraiice. Published Weekly. or $5 at the end of the year A BY CRUGER & MOORE. m mbi imm gawerrni DEMO.CRA.TlG TELEGRAPH AND "V TEXAS REGISTER, Published entry Monday, Main St., Houston ' BY CROGER & MOORE. TERHIS. Subscription for One Year, or Filty-Two Number., .... $3.00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To "Merchants and others advertising by the year treasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal comma locations will be charged at the same rates as ad- vertisements. Announcements of Candidates for office $5 in advance. All. Advertisements not marked with the ltngth of time desired for publication, will be inserted until forbid, and charged accordingly. B3A11 communicaiions intended for the Tele- graph must be addressed po t-paid to the Editor. GUTTA PERCHA....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 September 1847

5" iU . fccr m-. j 3-' r.u'. - asm - ktt-jt ifac- ' v" tiers U If . , -it lrr "Wbi y ' H, 11. ' r , Mr '1 ul ' t V :4, 7 tr r, 33 'i ' f " -. ' 1 ." i-. ' -. 0 r. the r n.iils of the militarySfchoblsJ thd-ydnngtludonts' of St. Cyr, dressed al?6aldicrs, -with S their" Woollen' epaulettes. $P'T -2- . .-'- -? FOREIGN NEWS. - J Received by the GuAnALo.urvER. "'"""'The'total length of the new railway, authorised du--rjiig the last session of Parliament, is15l8 miles. " A Vessel has arrived with nearly two hundred pack ages of lemon-juice, for the service oftho navy, am i the Lords of the Treasury have giveu directions fo hYo'bo deposited in the -Queen's storerooms at Dept ""afard." " --..- --.- . j.s,' A train of railway carriages left Edinburgh, a fow -days since, conveying one thousand nine hundred pas- - 'iscngcrs. The object was to procure a cheap pleas ure trip to and from the capital, and having succeed so well, several others are contemplated during th fc.: season. . t The two ste...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 September 1847

r """"Brig. Gen. Hopping died at Mier on the 1st inst. The Congressional election in Louisiana is exciting much interest. Tho Whigs are ma- king great efforts to gain one of the Congres- sional jplistficts. ThV -"Democratic candi- date! however are remarkably popular men, and'unless ihe most culpable apathy prevails, they 'will doubtless be re"-elected. In the first district Jhe whigs we believe entertain no 3lop3g)success, and in tKe secondrthey hard- Jy,venture to put a candidate 'in nomination against Mr. Thibodaux. In the 3d district they entertain some hopes that Wm. S.Par- ham will consent to run against Harmanson, and they admit that the latter can only be beaten by an opponent so popular as Parham. Their'main reliance is upon the fourth district, ,in;vvhich Waddelhas been placed in nomina- tion against Morse. 1 'Thef Matamoros Flag mentions a report that Capt. G. K. Lewis had been murdered at a place called the Wells, while on his way from Corpus Christi to Guerrero. Rhode I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 September 1847

-ai sx sfcrf ttii X frrffi ' 1 A jr . nkT- -or- '4 St. fe&Hsi fci s TRYCHNINE, jast received by feb 22 ROBERTS fc'CO. 0.QUGAR KETTLES 4 Setts Cast Sugar Ket- - -Otles, for tale by ' ' 'jap 3 SAMPSON &.CO. MAPS. C.S. Williams' Maps of Texas; H. S. Tanner's map of Mexico; Mitchell's new map of --iTexas, Oregon and Califor nia, for sale by -i .may 19 ' WADK &. CRUGER. 'Peter W. Gray. A. Cooke, Jr. , - . GRAY & COOKE, ' Attorneys and Counsellors at Lav, -, WflLL praciice together in the County of Har- X,X ris,and in the U. S. District Court at Galves- - ton. One or both of them can be found, when not professionally engaged, at their office on Court J '.House Square, Houston. ap3 dawtfSRQ WHITS LUAD. ,,rv Kegs extra and No. 1, White Lead, just -- OvJreceivedand-iorsaleby joly 27 SAMPSON & CO. 1Q.UORS Gin, Uum, Whiskey, &e--, lor iie by jan 9 SAMPSON & CO. i iSr AWS ol the 1st Legislature ot the Stale ot Tex - aJLas, published by Ford &- Croriican, Public -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 October 1847

;ikkl. -! s r4 li 2!fiir7l&-$3 in pclFaucc. JPtrQUslietl WtcMif, ok $5 at ike cud ol the year ui ,vi." mi mm fm ma m it m m m m s&i a rah pt mm m & m wm am wm ma m i&hmv a w c m w a l m mr mrm utmmmm lumMrn mu i aao ittm aitn, BY CRUG-ER & MOORE. DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER, Published every Monday. Main Si.. Houston BY CRUGER & MOORE. TERMS. Subscription for One Year, or Filty-Two Number.-, - $3.00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines or less to conslitut- n square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Poli'iraland Personal commu nicaiions will be charged at the same rates as ad- vertisements'. Announcements of Candidates for 'office 5 in advance. All Advertisements not marke.l with the Itngth oftime deMred for publication, will Le inserted until forbid, and charged accordingly. KJ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 October 1847

300 The cathedral occupies a 6pace of 500 feet by 420 front. The main altar is not erected against the wall, bat near the centre of the edifice, beneath the dome. From this, extending around the choir probably two hundred feet, there is a rail between-four and five feet high, and of proportionate thickness, composed of gold, silver, and alloy of brass. This is surmounted with sil- ver statues for candles. In front of the altar is the choir, itself a church, built of dark woods of the rarest antique carving. The altar (placed upon marble plat- form, elevating it from the floor of the building, and covered. withhold and silver ornaments, candlesticks and crosses,) is of wrought and polished silver ; and the whole is surmounted by a small temple, in which rests the figure of the "Virgin of Remedies, who enjoj-s tho exclusive right of three petticoats one embroidered with pearls, another with emeialds, and a third with diamonds the value of which I am credibly informed, is not lees than...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 October 1847

? brought little news. The Texian regiment had not sailed from the Brazos Santiago when the Oregon sailed, on the 15th ult., The schooner Victoria, which was driven ashore in a gale a few weeks since, at the mouth of the Caney, and abandoned as a wreck, and sold for the benefit of the under- writers, has been got off by the purchaser Capt. Danold, and it is ascertained that she received so little injury, that she will be seaworthy after receiving a few slight re- pairs. A report has reached us from the West, that Gens. Valencia and Paredes had collect ed eight or ten thousand troops at Toluca near the city of Mexico, and issued a prontiticia- niento in which they declare that they will not recognize Santa Anna as President nor respect any treaty that he may make with our government. This report is probably a new version of the one published iii La Patria and derived from its correspondent at Tampi- co. According to the statement of this cor respondent, Valencia, Paredes and Alvarez,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 October 1847

Texas P. S. Mail lane of'Stages. HO VSTONAND SAN ANTONIO. WILL leave Houston Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8 o'clock, A. M.j Returning, leaves San Antonio same days at G, A. M.; through each way in five days. Fare. Prom Houston Washington, S 5 00 E. M. Holmes, E. W. Taylor, , Dr. Merri wether, Jas. NicholsoQ, L. Moore. Dr Merrinean, J. F. Torrey, W. G. Crump, Independence, 6 00 L.z urange, Bastrop, Austin, St.,Marks, JO uu 13 00 15 00 17 00 New Braunfels,l8 00 .San Antonio, 20 00 Also, from Houston Washington, $ 5 00 Independence, 6 00 ' JLa Grange, 10 00 Gonzales, 14 00 Seguin, 16 50 , New Braunfcls, 17 50 San Antonio, 20 00 Doct. Brown, J. S. Calvert, Western V. S. Mail Line of Stages. Port Lavacca and San Antomo; Through each way in ThreoDays; Leaver Port Lavacca Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8, A. M.; Re- turning, leaves San Antonio same dajs at G, A. M. From Port Lavacca E. C. Clegg, Victoria, 2 50 Brown, Gonzales, 7 00 Seguin, 9 50 7fNew Braunfcls, 11 00 an Antonio, 13 50 ' The-above ...

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

A TIP ITIFfmiDU lMflTTVAC DEPI CTCD -,mKL-8 W 1 MbIeIIIIFII II fllllf 1 ia JlfW lllilil If I fall! .w DEMOC TBlJzmmm 3 in advance. or $5" at the end oi llie'year Published Weekly. :bz CR CJG-EE, & MOORE. DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER, Published every Monday. Slain Si.t Houston BY CRCJGER & MOORE. TERMS. Subscription for One Year, or Filiy-Two Number, .... $3.00 Adven'MOn, one dollar per square for the firsL ii)-enion, and filly cents for each subsequent iosei- lioo. Ten lines or less to conslilut-'a hqttare. To Merchant's and others advertising by the year, a icaonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, PoliMcaland Personal comma nidations will be charged at the same rates as ad- veitisements. Announcements of Candidates for office $5 in advance. All Advir.i-emenls not markeii wilh the Icngih ofiime desired for publication, will he inserted mini lorbid, and charged accordingly. 03111 communications iniended for the Tele- graph mui be addr...

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

-CaU-M' t V TT " "f'1 : prfff. jr. ; t : .- - aK t f If-" " t ? x -i if, .. tines, -which had been left in the room, and prepared to retaliate' the treatment which they had just receiv- ed. Long and desperate was tho' battle. The tories fought for life, the whigs for rSvengo.. But, at length, the latter triumphed, though not until their enemies had been almost wholly exterminated. The major fell by the arm of our hero, who bought him out in tho fhrht, and engaged him single handed. No language of ours can express the emotions of David as he pressed his betrothed bride to his bosom ; jmd his heart went up in thankfulness to heaven for his timely arrival, wheu he thought that a delay of hal fan hour longer would have consigned her to a fate worsethan death. The gratitude of her brothers was" expressed in many words, but her's was silent and tearful, yet oh! how much more gratifying. ' I almost" called you a coward, con, lavid, said his father to him, when they met, but yoa are a chip ...

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

V . succession of tremendous hunicanes, the week previous to the sailing of this steamer, and many vessels had been lost oHnjured on the coast. Thejbark Cantoa was rcpoitcd to le lost on the,fboast of Scotland, with three hundred emigrants. s The grain crops of Europe are reported to be excellent, and the" abundant harvest has caused the prices of all articles of breadstuffs to declined jThe.pressure in the money mar- ket hadjended to curtail the consumption o cotton to agreat extent. Prices have remain- ed firm. The overland mail from India had been re- ceived. The general state of the country was satisfactory. Trade was somewhat depress- ed at Calcutta and Bombay, but brighter pros- pects cheered the merchants from the favora- ble state of the crops. The liabilities of the defaulting houses in London exceed 2,000,000, while in Man- chester. Glasgow, Dublin, Belfast, Cork and Limerick numerous large houses are irretrie- vably gone. Among the manufacturers the difficulty of obtainin...

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

v. . x '- s V I a-.- ". V D 0S PRINTERSINK, a lew kegspforaleliy oc29 - ROBERTS &C0. LARD Oil and Spiritstfof Turpentine, by the gallon or barrel, for bale by mv 21 ROBERTS & CO. 1ATENT and Vegetable Medicines of every description for sale by may 21 ROBERTS & CO. 1 f BOXES Chrome Green, JL U 5 rt Chrome Yellow, Just received by may ROBERTS CO. 6Doz.Swaim's Paaacea, e 30 doz. Baily sarsaparilla, "- 24 doz. Sand's sarsaparilla, 20 lbs. Rad Rfcei, 30 lbs. Oil of Almend, 6 dor. Balm of Columbia, Just received and for sale by jnn 17 ROBERTS & CO. PAINTS. OILS, &c. QAA GALS. Eng. Linseed Oil, 80 kegs OUU White Lead, 3 bbls. spirits Turpentine, Red lead, Lifherge, C. green, C. yellow, and all articles used by Painters and Glaziers, for sale by April 28T, '46. J.U.GROESBEECK. CA kegs nails, assorted, 100 reams straw cap paper, ' 09 v " medium " 15 boxes Collin's Axes, 30 " 10X12 glass, 20 " 8 X 10 " may 12 Received and for sale by J D GROESBEECK. , NEW CHEAP CASH STORE T...

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

MKL bsjv ss?S5 sa rag ?&. .sis 5SSSk ra rr?5a ss t Esrsn ""iss si 333 x-?? E25SN. sa ew2v fz m G5 ES r""$ gsssv R5SS3 &ss9 ?& fi? 4S 3 EcHlfe ! it--vh PI iiififri S2B BB Xfe f" - . a$ TJEmtES S3 in advance. Published IVccUt. or $5 at the end ot the year J- .'.It -if . .-4J BY CRUGER & MOQilE. HOUSTON, THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1847. VOL. XII. NO.43-WHOLEKO.6ia ijs ss? i&? m as a ta m fa yasa?ii sss ssii ga a assi & ts s sss & && isr' a wmm D3V10JKAT1C TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER, Published entry Rtonday. Main Si., Houston BY CRUGER & MOORE. TERMS. Sib-ictiptfonforOnefear, or Fifty-Two Number.-, - V6' - - - 3.00 Adertisinsj, one dollar per sqnarr for Ihe fust insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines or less to constitnt.- a :qiiare. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Poli'icaland Personal comma nica'ions will be charged at the same...

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

8 0 ) momenta I was able to walk with difficulty, and pressed forward to Capt. McGruder's bat- tery, where I found the horse of poor gallant xLt. Johnson, who had just received a mortal wound, of which he died that evening. I was permitted to take him, (my own horse having been totally disabled,) was helped into the saddle, and continued in it until 1 1 o'clock at night. it was exceedingly dark, the rain poured in torrent3,-aud being separated from my ser- vants and baggage, I was withouMpot or cov- ering ; add to this, that during the afternoon of the 19th we had no advantages over.the enemy, who remained firmly entrenched with 7,000 men opposed to about 4,000 on our side, without the possibility ot bringing our artil- lery to bear, and you will readily conceive that our. situation was not the most agreeable. The morning of the 20th was, however, as brilliant as the night of the 19th was dark and gloomy. Soon after daylight the enemy's works were carried with the bayonet, and of th...

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

the prairie, and we havo no fears for them, and I hope this stale of tilings may always continue. My white uud red brothers may now travel all the trails in safe- ty, for they ail uow lead to the while path of peace. When I leave here I bhalf stay at my village, and sec that my people behave and keep the promise 1 have made my white brother, so that the white path of peace may bo kept clean, and no more blood be spilt upon it .My younjr men are.here and listen Jo my talk, and if any one of them kills any jierson or steals any hor- ses, he fchall be poiuted ojt aad given up to the a .rent, that he may be punished according to his crimes. I uui not young-, but I am still strong, and my words shall be niado good. We are" all assembled here today all of our differ- ent bauds aud maybe so you may hear bad news fronrsome of them about me or my people. But you mast not believo it until you see me about it. But I hope ytTj-will hear nothing bad about us. and I also . hoprwheu my great fathc...

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

.? I o $ A Few Comes o F Dallam's Digesi of the Laws of Texas, (price six JJonarsj lor saie oy ap 1 1 WADE tp CHUG Eli. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given, that the undersigned has been appointed rbe 'administrator of the estate of Wra. K. Loyal!, dec'd, by the Probate Court of Har- ris county. All persons owing said estate, will make payment, and all having claims against the same will present them for allowance within twelve months from thLdate. LORENZO BROOKS, October 19, 1817. w6t6I7 Administrator. PUBLIC SAKE. WILL bes.old.atLa Grange on the second Tues day in November next, at public sale, the UNION HOTEL, one of the best Tavern stands in the country. Also, the Stables. Town Lots, Land Certificates, Household and Kitchen furniture, etc. Terms All sums under S200, cash ; all sums above that amount, part cash, and the balance on a reasonable credit, satisfactory se curity being given. LYMAN CRONKRITE. Lagrange, Oct. 14, 1347. , w2i 617 ELECTION NOTICE. AGREEABLY to t...

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