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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 November 1847

TJBUtfXS $8 in advance. Published Weekly. or 5 at the end of the year VOL. XIL NO, 44--WHOLE NO. 619. BY CRUGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1847. DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER, Published every Monday. Main Si., Houston BY CRUGER & MOORE. TERMS. Subscription for One Year, or Fiftv-Two Number, - S3.C0 Advertising, one dollar per squarr for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines or less to conMitnt- a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Poli'iValand Personal comma nications will be charged at the same rales 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. EPAll communications intended fur the Tele- graph must be addressed po t-paid to the Editor. LAW ON NEWSPAPERS...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 November 1847

0 s my uniform any longer than it was expedient or polite. I scorn the name of a spy ; brand my offence with some other name, if it change not my punishment, I beseech you. It is not death I fear. I am buoyed above it by a consciousness of having intended to dis- charge my duty in an honorable manner. Plans it is said, were found with me. This is true ; but they were not mine. Yet I must tell you honestly, that they would have been communicated if I had not been taken. They were sent by Gen. Arnold to the British commander, and I should have delivered them. From the bottom of my heart I spurn the thought of attempting to screen myself by criminating another ; but so far as I am concerned tho truth shall be told, whoever suffers. It was the allegiance of Gen. Arnold I came out to secure. It was fair to presumo that many a brave officer would be glad at this timo to re- trace his steps ; at least we have been so informed. Sjhall I, who came out to negotiate this allegiance ouly, be tr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 November 1847

to be the embodiment of the Education that already exists in our State as a nucleus for further accretions. We respectfully call the attention of Literary gentlemen in Texas to the importance of action on this point. All embodiments must have a centre, and the question naturally arises, where shall be the centre of literary influence or rather what city shall become the Literary Empori- um of the State 1 That wo must have a cen- tre among ourselves, is evideut. The reli- gious bodies of our State have experienced the impossibility of connecting their people with distant points as centres ofcommunication and sympathy ; hence the efforts they are making to establish religious periodicals within the. State. Thus arc wc situated in regard to literature. Other States either have centres of their own or form part of the radius of great intellectual centres in neighboring States. The people of Texas can never be thus inti- mately connected with any point situated with- out our limits. Our ...

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

SAMPSON & CO., , ISrick'Store, Corner of ITIaiu j and Preston Streets, I HOUSTON. 1 WHOLESALE $ RETAIL DEALERS J IN Groceries, Liquors, Dry Goods, Hats, Boots, j Shoe and Saddlery, Glass, China, Earthen, j Wood and Willow Ware, Hardware, Cutlery, Iron, Steel, Paints, i Oils, &c, &c , "O AVE and-continue to receive by direct arrivals I JLJLtrom the XMorthern Markets, a targe ana anea block of FALL and WINTER GOODS, embracing every article in the trade, recently purchase 1 in Bos ton, New York and other markets, hieh they offer ior sale low for cash, cotton, hides, &c. The attention of Planters, country Merchants, and the city trade, ate respectfully invited. GROCERIES. Rio and Havana Coffee, Muscovado and Porto Ri co Sugar, Loaf, crushed and Pul veri zed Sugar, St. Louis and Ohio FLur, Canvassed & plain Hams, sides and shoulder2, Teas Imperial, gunpow der, hyson and black, Sugar house and planta tion Molasses, PerfumeJ, casule & brown Soap, Sperm & composi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 November 1847

Ufd&k, tt -ruj". TEttJ1IS$& in advance. Published Weekly. or $5 at the end oi the year BY CRQGEE, & MOORE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1847. VOL. XTI. ,NO.45--WHOLENO.620. &r gm & as &Sk &m ttfc m mm a mm bmi HUtt hb A Mfe m r?sx as pi m tti Mfe SB Hi ws & mm m m JHfc ; 1 & ami flfe DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPE1 AND TEXAS REGISTER, Published every Monday, Mam St., Houston BY CRUGER & MOORE. TERMS. Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Number:., - - - $? 00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines or less to constitut- a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Poliiiral and Personal commu nications will be charged at the same ra'es at ad- vertisements. Announcements of Candidates for office $5 in advance. All Advertisements not marked with the Itngth of time desired for publicati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 November 1847

promptly, "you need not leave us.-Twelve hundred dollars can be as easily made Jip for you as a thou- sand." The minister was slightly disturbed atihis. He replied in a low, unsteady voice : "Money has no influence with me in this matter. All I ask is a comfortable maintainanco for my family. This your first offer of eight hundred dallara would have given; bat I declined it, with no other place in Tiew,.bocause I thought it best for both you and me that we should seporate. I have tried only to look to the good of the church in my decisions, and I will still -endeavor .to keep that end boforo my oyes.J' "Have you accepted the call?" asked Mr. Elder. "No, I have bat just .received it! " -"Have you positively determined that you will not .remain with us V "I should not like to .say positively." "Very well. Now let me say that tho desiro to have you remain is general, and that the few who have the management of the church affairs, and not" the many who mako up the congregation, are to b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 November 1847

were inseparable still ; indecdhomescemed theJrchosen sphere of enjoyment"; and though the- Nimrods nnd Justice Shallows of the neighborhood laTd wagers, and smilc-i,- and wondered how long it would last, still tlio :pell remained unbroken, and the gentleman remained at home. A j'car and a day, old story runs, glided away, and thus thev might have been seen theladyinhcrgurden, the gcntlcmau beside her: she a queen amidst her J flower.?, he her devoted minister; and all husbaud, jrardener, clustering roses all bending to her sway ; her judgment planning, her taste presiding; the flexile j brauches, the shapely bed, " tho gay enamelled"; borders, the harmonious contrasts, all b.-ariug witacss j to her perfect taste ; while quite allowable, and most amusing, was tho little absolute air with which she as- serted her sovereignly, and defended her possessions; repelling all interference whou her husband, in his igno- rance, would suggest some alteration as if lilies could overshadow pinks...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 November 1847

'.r ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS, To and from the City of Houston. GALVESTON MAIL. Leave Galveston every Monday and Thursday at 7, A. M. ; Arrive at Houston every Tuesday and Friday by 7, A. M. Leave Houston same days by 9, A. M. ; Arrive at Galveston every Wednesday and Saturday by 7, A.M. From 15th Dec to 15th March not required to leave, or arrive on set days of the week. ' Washington Mail, via Hamblin's and Arnold's. Leave Houston every Tuesday and Friday at 7, A M; arrive at Washington every Wednesday and Samrday by 12, M; Leave Washington same days at 1, P M ; arrive at Houston every Thursday & Sunday by &, P M. Montgomery Mail, via 'Croft's Mills. Leave Houston every Monday and Thursday at 10, A M; arrive at Montgomery every Tuesday and Friday by 12, M. Leave Montgomery every Wednesday and Sat- urday at 9,AMj arrive at Houston every Thurs- day and Sunda by 11, AM. Liberty Mail. Leave Houston every Wednesday at 5, A M; arrive-at Liberty every Thursday by 3, P M. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 November 1847

-fl DEMOCRATIC TELE ..or TfiJIS$3 in advance. Published Weekly. or $5 at the endoi the year. ,.f BY CRQGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1847. VOL. Xri. NO.46-WHOLENO.62I. GDADU ftWnTCVaC DCrlCTCD It Mi II Ml III I L Afw iikUl v I Clli m agaaaaMin 11 n i aaggtai ! n 1 1 iQ5aBaaaeaacp - -gmaaBBBa lamgg mnMmi h agag waBai MMmBBBa a gEBow i i n in ' mfw w'jtJ DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH Aim TEXAS REGISTER, Published every Monday, Main Si., Houston BY CRDGER & MOORE. TERMS. Subscription for One Year, or Filt3'-Two Number., .... $3.00 Advertising, one dollar per Squarp 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, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards,-Political and Personal comma nications will be charged at the same rates as advertisements. Announcements of Candidates for office go in advance. All Advrrli-emenls not marke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 November 1847

t--. Moore, Jr., for his very able and inter- esting address, and that he bei-equested to prepare a copy of the same for.publi- cation. The Institute then adjourned to meet in this city on the third Wednesdaj? in November, 1848. C. RICHARDSON, President. H. H. Allen, Secretary. TIic Texas Literary Institute. The socond annual meeting of this Society took place in thts city on Wednesday last. I he morning session -was taken up in the business of the Society, and in electing its officers for the en- suing year. The old Board wras retained, with two exceptions. The following gentle, men compose- the official Board for 1848 : llevv Chauncy .Richardson, President ; Hon. Ashbel Smith, 1st Vice President; Hon. Francis Moore, jr., 2d Vice President ; Rev. Wm. jI. Tryon, Treasurer ; James Burke, Esq., Corresponding Secretary; and H. H. Allen, Recording Sscretary. The former committee of publication, upon whom devolve the management of the Advocate, were con- tinued for another year. Several ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 November 1847

The Nachitoches Chronicle contradicts the report that the yellow fever has appeared in that town. There had been several cases at Grand Echore, and the disease had prevailed as an epidemic at Alexandria. The ceremony of laying the corner stone of the new capitol of Louisiana, at Baton Rouge, took place on Wednesday, the 3d instant. The Soda Lake Herald, of the 28th Oct., come to us dressed in mourning for the death of the lamented Mr. Van Zandt. On the re- ception of the melancholy tidings of his death at Marshal and Jefferson counties, - public meetings were held in each of those towns and resolutions adopted expressive of the deep regret of the citizens of those places, for "the great loss they had sustained. . Bishop Ondeedoxk. The board of bish- ops to which Bishop Onderdonk addressed a letter requesting that he might resume his of- ficial duties, had not answered his letter at the last accounts, but the N. Y. Journal of Commerce says there is not the least chance for his restor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 November 1847

lbs. copperas, 400 lbs Alum, 900 lbs. sal epson, 300 lbs sulpher, 400 " Brimstone, just received and for my 11 ROBERTS & CO. H ALP BARRELS ol family FLOOR, anotn ' ec lot, just received by -i ang!4 J. D. GROESBEECK & CO. Texas V. S. Mail liine of Stages! HO VSTON A ND SAN ANTONIO) F WILL leave Houston Tuesdays and Saturda- at 8 o'clock, A. M.; Returning, leaves S." Antoniosame days at 6, A. M.; through each wj in five days. Fare. From Houston Washington, $ 5 00 Independence, 6 00 La Grange, 10 00 S.R. Roberts, J. B. Root, ! Dr. Merriwetb'e j Jas. Nicholson', L. Moon:. Dr Merrinean, J. F. Torrey, W. G. Crump, Bastrop, 13 uu 15 CO 17 00 Austin, St. Marks, New Braunfels,18 00 San Antonio, 20 00 Also, from Houston Washington, S 5 00 Independence, 6 00 La Grange, 10 00 Gonzales, 14 00 Seguin, 16 50 New Braunfels, 17 50 San Antonio, SO 00 Doct. Brown, J. S. Calvert, Western TJ. S. Mail Line of Stages. Port Lavacca and San Astomo; Through each way in ThreoDays; Leaves Pi Lavacca Tu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 November 1847

UHtL . f '. w.i uwi unLwrrwrr m mini ww -Ti,f;r'ini"TT rnirtii"'" " '"-1'"'-'1 "- ii'niit i.nrin ' nirrJiki:.tyaji.?ivv'rgfrviMwcnbTTT"TrTr'iisMrj iirBfifcrra i , -, ' -'-wTriFTg?i!a7'aHTTrri tt -ittfrii' r-- L'"j hit Tin waLULWKasBaaasssKsaEnaacBSMaBiaBtBaKaMBaOtBgt f 3 2!fii,crS' $3 iai advance. Published. Weekly. ov $5 at the end of the year; - C l 4 BY CJRUGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1817. VOL. XII. NO.47--WHOLENO.6-22. DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH ANL) TEXAS REGISTER, Published every Monday. Main Si., Houston BY CRUGER & MOORE. TERMS. Subscription for One Year, or Fifty -Two "Number.-, .... $3.C0 Advertising, one dollar per squarpforlhe first insertion, and.fifty cents for eachsubseqaent inser- tion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the 3'ear, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Poliiicaland Personal commu ni cations will be charged at the same ratei as ad- vertisements. Auno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 November 1847

a considerable time in exploring Its libraries for the purpose of Ecclesiastical history. Among the treas- ures he acquired, were several rolls of parchment, pur- chased from a bookseller, and generously presented to the Royal Library. One of these rolls was found to be a Palimpsest, which, after being carefully cleaned and examined by the principal librarian, Mr. Fertz, proved to bo a fragment of tho lost books of Liv y, probably of book 83. The Academy of Sciences, which, at tho request of Mr. Pertz, made a miuute investigation of the subject, hare resolved to publish an engrav ed fac wmile of this most interesting addition to Roman His- tory. The writing bears evidence of the highest an- tiquity, probably of the first century, and consequent- ly cotemporary with the age in whn.h Livj flourished. The election returns come in very slowly. We-have not yet been able to obtain the pre- cise vote of a single county with the exception of Travjs. Tho official vote of Travis county is as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 November 1847

- shall dctermiue the mode or the degree of it ? Who shall say, at what time, or in what fyrni, it shall be administered 1 Shall we. presume to decide this question ourse'ves.or shall it be left to ths decision of Him who alone is com petent to decide it 1 Is it not manifest, that if Ave were to "be the judges, correction would in no case be expedient? If the medicine were to be applied only when we called for it, who does not s"ee, that it never would be applied at all 1 But is the skill of the patient, or the skill of the physician, to be preferred 1 Is our own wisdom to be set in opposition to the wisdom of God ? Can we tell what is for our good 7 Can we tell what is necessary to sub- due our perverseness, or to humble our pride, or to work out of us the leaven of malice and wickedness, or to beget in our breasts the meek, the lowly, the teachable disposition of a little child? Let us submit our judgment to the judgment of Him who knoweth all things. Let us learn to say. in the l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 November 1847

'$' KK -- B?Pf " "bjF" lKeSi -SHBE1! "& &K F 1HPI iK - $m "USTjTeceivedJ 4 bklsl-inseed Oil, 4 bbls spirits Tufpenlinej 2bbls castor Oil, ROBERTS & CO. IpOR INVALIDS Very supenoi old port Wine J? and cognac Brandy, just received and for sale by ian.19 J D GROESBEECK & CO. JAYNES' HAIR TONIC Doz. of this admirable food for the hair, just received bg jnn17 ROBERTS Q-.CO. 6 NEW CHEAP CASH STORE JUST received direct from NEW YORK, and pow opening, a splendid assortment of Dry Good, both foreign and domestic, which will be sold at a reduced price, for cash or city accep- tance: among which are: 10 bales 4-4 brown sheeting, 5 do 3-4 do shirting, 5 bales blankets. 3 cases 4-4 bleached shirting, 50 do boois and shoes, 50 doz Leghorn bonnets, news'yle, SO do Dunstable do do 20 do straw do do 20 do fancy do do 50 do artificial Flowers, 500 pieces prints, various styles, 100 do mouslin de laine, 20 cases fur and silk hats, '. . 50 -dozen corsets, Hosie'ry, muslins, silks, table...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 December 1847

L i17..!jl ui advance. Published Weekly. or $5 at the -BtStiSrl """ BZ RCJGEil & MOOKE. HOUSTQ3 THUBSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1817. VOL. XII. NO. 48-i6a3aL;. ' H DSA10CRATIC TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER, Published cccry Monday, Main St., Houston BY CRUGER & AlOORE. TE fit .'TIS. Subscription for One Year, or Filty-Two Number.-, " - - - - $3.00 Advertising, one dollar per square lor the first insertion, and filly cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rales will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal commu "hications will be charged at the same rates as ad- vertisements. Announcements of Candidates for offire So in advance. All Advertisements not marked with the ltngth of tima desired for publication, will e inserted until rorbid. and charged accordinelv. KIT ill conimurftca'ions intended for ihe Tele- giapu mu! be addressed po t-paid to the Edito...

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

I byttho ivpiccs of Miss Wari 4 ana cuoeriuituukci- friend to tremble Sme into the ro.om, ajfled hertoward the ceivo her, a soft er fingers wove s Trad nothing to "all the time ornan gently; .was prosperous, and leu us in a harsh word lajier as I haved. dinsr her head, lk dress, and her own words RilockeJ; Gilbert didaoti turned a shade nlv on the two paler, and ho&eat few' i "inaiea wnotiaaqji Bentombarassing J1331U0H. The student ii wisely chosen by the plotters, ar dignity more thor- oughlyput aad earnest enough tohavejdeeerj pM9on3tb.au Lida and her honest Srouonnced the cero- ly eay wl: F so impressive that Miss press thefr coum nanny sup- 1 acting. Tae a,nale, confused aad treml tionless, and his eyes lisntsti who stood nearer ; together. Miss her inclination to ao door. a, aitd? aiirkt giggle now and Sit the Xjois.te success of H?CkrHi thnlr,v KopjOatshe vssaiSblSi' ! wwgiiwtiMgn J?S'SSH&JS'WSHiSiiSeHBtl ( 2!5?2S!S"MBS"Sil,8,E I' ' id N ii - it55tT iheasemmjtSi egBWM8...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 December 1847

six inches in diameter. Cut routidJthc;stump Jind take ofF-sonie of. the roots. Then place the timber, upright against the .stump and chain them together strong. From lhe,ujper end, which is now in the air, let chains pass to the asletree of a paijctjF cartwheels, to the tongue of which a pair of strong oxen are at- tached. When all is ready, stait the axon along, and tetump " keels orcr" as easy as 30U capsize a cabbage in' the garden. ' T;oov of no station in life more hou- oytfLle than that held by the American farmer. Generally speaking he possesses but mode- rate means he is the owner of but a few acres of the soil ; from the most part these are tilled with bis own hands. lie tails early -and late; cheerfully and happily, not for the purpose or expectation of amassing a fortune, but to secure that independence which he so much loves, of which it is a pride to boast. He asks not for favor he asks riot for privi- leges above his fellows. He wishes only to l)j protected In the enj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 December 1847

BRUSHES- 10.doz Paint Brushes, 3 doz Var- nish brushes, 4 doz whitewash brushes, 2 gross tooth brushes, just received and for sale by oct 12 ROBERTS & CO. DRUGS and Medicines. A fresh supply is juat re- ceived, comprising all articles required for Physi- cians or Planters' use, by iun5 J.D GKOKSKKKUK fc-JU. J" 30RT WINE. Very superior oldport wiuV, . just received and for sale by ; oci 13 ROBERTS &. CO. SAMPSON & CO., iBrick Stove, Corner of Main and Preston Streets, HOUSTON. WHOLESALE $ RETAIL DEALERS IN oceries. Liquors, Dry Goods, Hats, Boots hoes and Saddlery, Glass, China, barmen, Wood and W illow ware, uaruware, Cutlery, Iron, Steel, Faints, Oils. &c. &c , &JE and continue to receive by direct arrivals f FALL and WINTER GOODS, embracing article in the trade, recently purchase I in Bos 'Jew York and other markets, which they offei elow for cash, cotton, hides. &b. fl-lfe attention of Planters, country Merchants, and e city trade, aie respectfully inv...

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