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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 December 1847

HMR.C. Published Weekly. or $5 at the end of the year TUte.tIS $3 advance. aggmaMBE a BaaEBJHwm i m i '- " -1 - - BY CRUGEE, & MOORE. DEMOCRxVTIC TELEGRAPH A2L TEXAS REGISTER, Published ecery Monday, Main St.. Houston BY CftUGEft & MOORE. TERMS. Subscription for One Year, or Filly -Two Number.-., ... - $"3.C0 Advertising, one dollar per square lor the first insertion, and filly cents for e..ch subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines or less to constitute :i square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rales will be made. Steamboat cards, Poli'icaland Personal Ciinniu nicaiions 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 jf tim.3 desired for publication, will te inserted until lorbid, and charged accordingly. ffiKui communications intended lor the Tele- graph must be addressed po t-paid to the Editor. LAW ON NEWSPAPERS. I. ...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 December 1847

In monarchies the war-making powerisvestcd in the king. rIn thi3 country is rests with the people, through . their representatives in Congress. This is distinctly avowed in the Constitution. It is true the President has the power of makiug treaties : bat they are always founded upon acts or resolutions of Congress. Ho referred to the resolution regarding reciprocity, and upon which some ten or a dwell treaties have since been founded. If, therefore, on such comparatively unimportant subjects as trado and commerce, the .'resident takes his instruction from the people, how much stronger is the argument when applied to the prolongation of war! If it remains solely with the President, when war is puce declared, to say when it shall .stop, aud what aro its objects, then may you call the President by what narao you please, he is in eflect us powerful as a Czar, an Emperor, or a King. You give to one man a power that the Constitution never contemplated. Mr. Clay continued to dilate, at con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 December 1847

he tho suno fo.-co would have novcr dared lo attempt. If J qucntupon the betrayal of me by an unworthy any British or French gcueral hud achieved such an j ,,.,,,.,,. i,,,i. ". , J J exploit, tho world would never heard the last of it.- j ""J" who ,,ad cog zed mo. Tiioie countries would havo rung with acclamations, . ine precautions 1 had lahen and the premp- anJ havo b?ca lit up with b.uGres and illiiminatious tittldo with which I acted saved me, for live from oue extremity to tho other. . . .vo w --.- ...- -.. --, ............ as thoso victories unquestionably were, grow dun in tho greater splendor of Scott's recent achievements Along with feats ol valor equally dazzling- ana Heroic, 1113 battles have displayed greater foresight, a more calculating audacity, and a riper gonoralship. It was a groat thing to havo masierea mo renowned lortrcss ofSanJuand'Ulua-a second G.braltar-with so tri- trifliug a loss of life. Tho victor- over Sauta Anna at Cerro Gordo, in tho manner as woll as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 December 1847

CIDER. 5 Bbls. Newark Cider just received and for sale by WADE & CRUGER. march 13 I O doz. Butlers' tasteless Seidlitz Ponder, JLv G " Thorn's Extracts, a new auicle. 4 doz. hair dye, received by mav 12 J. D. GROESBEKCK PS. A1ASSEY 5t BLACK'S Compound bx- tract of Sarsaparilla, for the cure ol Scrofula c.r Kings Evil, Chronc Rhumaiism, Sypetelie and Mercurial Diseases, White Swellings, Obstinate Eruptions oftheslcin, ulcerous sore pains in the bones and all diseases requiting alterative medi- cines., prepared by P. S. Alassey &. Black, corner Gravier and Camp stieels, N. Orleans, de 12 ROBERTS & CO., Agents lorTexas. OX (nAeSar!i! assoiled qualities and O c 5 VJvv prices, just received and for sale bv autrOth. W.R WILSON. LAW BOOKS, &c, For sale al the Telegraph Office. COLONIZATION Contract of S. F. Austin and laws, relative to the same. Laws of the Republic of Texas, lstdjSd, 4th, 3'h, and Cth Congress. General Laws of the Republic of Texas, trans i ued into Spanis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 December 1847

X &fl$ $3 in advance. Published Weekly. or $5 at the end o the 'year ..: BY" CRUGER & MOORE. DEMOpRATIC TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER, Published every Monday, Main St.. Houston ' BY CRUGER & MOORE. TERMS. Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Number.-, .... $3.00 Advertising, one dollar per square lor the first insertion, ahd fifty cents for each subsequent inser- tion, Ten liaes or less to constitute a .square. To Merchants and others adverti.-ing by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Poli'ical and Fersonal commu nicaions will be charged at the same tales as ad- vertisements. Announcements of Candidates for office 3 in advance. All Advertisements not marked with the Itngth oftime desired for publication, will te inserted until forbid, ahd charged accordingly. KJA11 communications intended fur the Tele- graph man be addressed po-t-paid to the Editor. .' LAW ON NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice ue ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 December 1847

sSSWsS' ia the same day, especially when the weather is warm and the grapes thoroughly ripe. It the tuns be tilled too lull there is a risk of los- ing a considerable quantity during formen'a- tion : a space of from -fifteen to eighteen in- ches should be left empty. Tiexgrapes are frequently stripped from the stalk .with, rakes, but the preferable mode is to rub .them on a wire, the frame of which js sup- ported on four legs, and forms a table with a hollowed top. ."By this plan it is much easier to pick-out the fruit which is bad. Instead of the grapes being trodden down in a large vessel, as represented in the cut, they are sometimes at once taken to the wine-press. This pres3 is from eight to nine feet square in the inside, and nude of four oaken planks, ol fifteen or sixteen inches in depth. The entire press is raised twenty-six or twenty-eight in- ches from the ground, and is set up so that there may be a slight inclination in front ; and it is supported on strong joints, whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 December 1847

"rjiIfJ(5!itrXST DISfOVKYTr On the ith day of. December iiwU, uifqrni3tionwas lodged with T:!M Likens, Justice oT the" Pence, uppu. the oath ofa citizen of Houston county, that mere was " concealed on the waters or White Rock Creek, iujaiu conuty. a wagon loaded with goods and merchandize. Whereupon, said, goods &.C., wero se"z;d by a legal proceeding and brought.beforo said Justice, and after examination of all the facts counected therewith they wereadjudged'to be stoleagoods. Having been inveu- loriedrbv order of said Justice, are now in my possea- won, and aro held subject to the order'of the legal aut only. crRUS h. RANDOLPH, Sh'f of Houston County. 1 Crockett, "Dcc.3, 1817. 'Editors throughout the State friendly to Justice, will pl'oase give the abovo a place. C. II. R. Ohio Pork Trade. The " Ohio Observer" publishes u table compiled from the Assessor's returns to the State Auditor, by wnicti it ap- pears that the whole number of hogs in the State of Ohio last year was l,40...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 December 1847

fta&S&jg. " 'SARSAPARILLA! BAiLEY'SSarsaparilla, superior to every olh-ei-prejiaralion-fnr chronic rheumatism, oldTil- ccRajEPepMaf restlessm ss, scrofula, -warranted ol triple the strength and usefujnessof Sands' or anyotriernow rinse. QT-The Chemist Baily, of Brooklyn, baaput us in possession ofhh receipe, and we willingly testify to the superiority of his sarsaparilla. For sale oniy oy nis agents rJnSe 19 HOBERTS &CO. 5 .Bbls. Clafet Wine, 3 bbls. While Wine, 1 ' Port Wine, for sale low to close a con- sisnment.feb 18 D. J. GROESBEECK CHEAP CASH STORE. J'UST received; and will be sold low for cash, UOO barrels Irish Potatoes, by , J. RIORDAN, dec 21 Main street. FRESH TEAS. JUST received Ter brig Mary from New York, a full assortment of choice Green and Black Teas, consisting of Yonng Hyson, Imperial, in 2 lb. caddys, Gunpowder, do and Powshong, All 'warranted fresh and of the line&i qualities, and will be sold low by march SO WADE & GRUGER. I uoibu OIL.: 4 bb...

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

i',-- u H r i .'tfiMi I fry fLm trrrr-rc ami ' "'" i n'm . ' ,'' ' , mini ': ,.'..,,.. "",', ,.'.'! ' Wy ' liiTI . - .- . -' lfejrt.ff!'tf "-l8k ;"foa"c'c;' ' " ' -Published. Ityekiy. . '.T '"'-ISBfl'' or $5 at Uie ndot tliyeW i; (iJGrER & -JffiOQJ&'B j-. .-ar!" v. ! iUMsr,n ri -rtjit ssfeaNw- . -tr S .KyDElD01iATlG TELEGRAPH AiND ; tBt,Sfe i'EXAs rp;Vrtr.p ijjltehekelerp'hfotiddi, HlaiA"JSi. Houston -" " : 'iY tJftGJGER & AlppJRE. -'SSJriCt-ls'0g. one dollar 'per-square fur the first ' ' CP,on an fi'tynis for ejtch subsequent inser- - ,,inXi TsST lines liriess l conMiiizu, a qn;tre. -r' ' ffiir ftcchaius aat, otlier.s advertising by ihe 4reason30ifi'aeaucucnirJn3 ice above rales - o 'iiiW's 1 1 l ffSirn .WiSdJ5ajnbiiai caTds.-.Poli'ioaland Personal coinmu 4i-rs,"-'?. -. -..; S -.fMUC91-"'v,ltpe charged atfihe same rates a ad 4fr.y&?j&iUgrnems, .V.. t fwcantsofCaDdidates for olnce 5 -.fcp.L1! Adyeraent'not marfci:yttb the Itngih " S l - esrajwmrfjpuoticaiion,' wi...

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

wn- "-to '-SrWT' ttrtzfait iJgmiLM 'Hs ? -t I A -" , V ditional number would .harebee'n. callc3;fo; Kiid accepted ; but doubts existing upon thi' poi nt, the power; ;was Jtot ejse rciged. " It fe ticemeddrnportantllfal Cdagresi should, early period oltheirsession, confer the-authority tori .jau- aauiuonni regular (ores id serve aunnjj iu(rat; AlVxieo. aud to hftdisnhar'red noon tliu eoucInTai ratification e a tre&ijr'ofpcafce. I Invite theatuoni i V'OanTess io. wo views preseaieu ov loe oecrcuurv wtx. af..r T-.. . e-.-..-- - nnr mnis report upon uusbuojeci. . ? Vr- recommend, also, that.'authorijy.be given bylaw to call for. and accept the services, jof .ail additional nnmberof volunteew, to ba exorcised attach tune ana i - , scrsuch extent -aaahe-emergeueiea of tio service maj require. . j-- ,... jtyuly lust nuke the sum jrJ-'- la prosecuting thenar with MexicojKrmlst the ht" -riie expenditures for . . Jl, roost care haa. been taken to avoid everg:t causo ol , - complaint onthe...

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

KV3"' 3 "irSS-fr.. 9aajakJB 'i wyarpjr yt j- ;n the. ppssessipttoFsomsasJycious persons near tiltqra tfeekrwojoce. The goods - Jcbeea''aUfied' ssHe property .of iMr, fe'rfesferof Suhtsrlllejand were stolen, from -a wagoa loader bjjVtr-Sbackelford,- "of .lisat 'Que of ttejpfcrsons engaged in the robferjhas been arrested, and is imprisoned in-Grockettajid)nebas be'en admitted tob,aiL Feats are entertained tha'tlfne vyagonersTiave ssar1- """" vj'-s " "- ttfiem for several vjy;1is. a - - ....' r-r- " 5F have learned witX regret that several fthDCcrmanjmgmnfsa'ihisity are suf, ferine &r aht of tHemecessarles .of life : we srould jrepfictfUllyall tbe.attention of the .generous aadiumane,tq!theirdeitute condi- tion; - " ' 4 " ,- ? k $iV : : " ,y the .arrivals the Wmiji Palmetto at Gal. -Yfstpniwe havetdricesfrom New,QrIfians$o the '14th aast and from Washington city loathe 7lH iiist The Thirtieth Congress commenced its session on the 6th irist, Iti'the Senate 41 members' were" 'pres- e...

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

l"? .TW!C',lW??!ii'; &m v. -a, -iWj .(SSfri WK W -d Vf'W t H?8rtJ- &' e:H '-. ii W? wV :j h it -i- .- v - m UrTj: fTl . .JW V2l Sf. 1 - LAW BOO&Sr&c., .For.sdlcat l$Teterits!i, VJice, fiei Oj-.ujN 13 . ation :c(uoctoi ..ass. ;. Austm ,;v an oaajvis relative iu uie ciioe. ' -; W " i'Mws of theRennblic. qTSas, Ut-.2df3dT4tli, rStlT.-tindih C6ngre& Br -General Daws f rheRiepnblic'of Texn.s.drans i 4lWiT -aieu i nig opuni.su uvjrajRraaaure.'WB, iisq. '-fcrvIEracaioJ6Texl5lGen:Ulola in 1836 i J gtt y .. Rujesuf the Snpre.iaftdjDistrict .Courts of the' ' 'jr-.- ',4.:Rules and arliclesforhejMvtroinefjt of the .Ar- "f??,k C'ardkaitable J'ryggoSgand Visitinc H Hill HI I .1BV ;. sFIeher'.sJiatinrGramHiaSg gAlpha.betica'Jnjejc lo'tTheifjrws.gf Texas. , Matef I u.' iUiratVaVi;nisj 'lorStie. --are ol - ' auu i jg& .JLFever, debjJity,.S:ct,Masi Received and loi .sale ! 'ftfBfrS : byuhe boxor-dazenfat. ' -v feh 20 ';, . ROBERTS & ,CO's. JBSf '"' " J- L)- GRpESBEEGK &...

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

M aaui tMMMW! 'inujimy i 'rjumi 1 1 n mil ' s-jaOLam.jRm.iaan - .n n-.v.mw inm i'ummu ugnaa utt v.rwiiiT l'i ,.rai-.vT),T. , . or $5 at the end of the year TJEllvflS S3 in advasacc. Published Weekly. K BY" CRUGER & MOOKE. Democratic telegraph and texas register, JPabltshed every Monday, Main St., Houston BY CRCGER & MOORE TERMS. Subscription for One Year, or Fifty Two Number.-, - 3.00 Advertising, one dollar per square lor the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Te'i 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. Seamb.iat cards, Political and Personal commit aica ions will be charged at the same rales as ad- vertisements. . Auno.tncenients'of Candidates for office $5 in -advance. rUr'Adyt-rii-ements not marked with the Itngth of litns desired for publication, will "be inserted -until turbid, and charged accordingly O VII communications in"ended ...

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

-wj" s -5r'" spm 4 Tlio Voltigeur Rcgimont5?wIncKvwas ordered for- ward iu advance as akirniislicrs tofclcar tlio catrench -insuts and largo trees of thalargajforco of the e ne'rny whotvero dtrectingS'mostgalhngTfireintotho co'm- itiand tho right ynfig underitho.'.very gallant and -accomplished Lieut. Col. Johnstone, and the left under the bravo Col. Andrews himself, assisted by his gal- lant Major Caldwell having nuited, cleared the "voods, and pursued the enemy go hotly that he was 'not able to ignite his mfnes, drove him iusido the SJjfarapetitself, and occupied thebrokon ground arouad alio ditcli of the fortification all in the laco of a most heavy fire from the enemy's small arms and heavy guns. The ladders arrived, and several efforts were pc made by both officers and' men to scale the walls. jwlJut many of the gallant spirits who first attempted 4titffell, killed or wounded. Col. Andrews, whoe - regiment sodistinguished itself and commander by this brilliant charge, as also L...

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

fFFVSg--?" KW" . "t&-i. ,6 vr . J-f -V 'v6t-.sjjand vns declared" dul jr eleclcd. There j,wero9Jmembers present in joint session. '.--.- -S?Mr. Clay is expected to visit Washington tf'.city on the 23d inst., and to remain there du- riha tlie session of Congress. ' Gen. Taylor, on his return to his family, was met by a deputation from the city of Natches, who invited him to become the guest ofthe city. He promised to accept the invita- ion on his return from his plantation. He visi- ted Baton Rouge ou the 3d instant, and was cordially welcomed by the citizens ofthe town. GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Executive Orjcn, Austin, Tr-xis. Gentlemen ofthe Senate aud House of Representatives : In again greeting the representatives of the people of Texas,' I congratulate you upon the prosperous and happy condition of our country. At 110 period since the peoplo of Texas declared their independence uud cstablisned a government of their own choice has their legislature met under circumstances belter c...

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

A fMU ,i"-s; f?Wif wr law tsyuiva,.&c.r - - For sale at the Telegraph Office. COLONlZATIONi-Contracts of S. F.Austin and laws relative to the samp. i ( , . J Laws ot the' Republic ol Texas, lst.2d, 3d, 4th, 4?5tli, and 0'ih Congress , -General Laws oUhe Republic oLTexns, trans jLiated Into Spanish by S. 1. Andrews, Emj. ""Evacaation of Texas by Gen. Fthsola in I3G. .,, Rules pfthe Supreme aricTDislricf Courts ol the Republic ol Texas. . ' Rule&and articles for the government of the Ar-,nIe-softhe Republic of Texas. t Blank. Card suitable for Business and Visiting . 3ard-.- . - f , .i jiPletcher'sIiatin Grammar- Alphabetical Indexiothe-Laws of Texas. D! t?.riiru-tuu - fil:, iot tne mtc til c t.i am. ' Fever, jaebllity. &c, just received and lor sale oy me uox or dozen, at feb-j2Q s ROBERTS &' CO's u. UROESbEEOK & Houston, Texas, lO, TEALERS in Groceries, Dry Good- Boots. . JLf Shoes. Hats, Saddlery, ClotUng, and all kinds orGoods generally .u.sed'by Planters. N. B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 January 1848

' 'i"t in , i.i.ai -. ...nu-ip i'"-"""i-agg""p i-nn,. juni'Mi rrnMi'l nTi,n..iniiii in..-. -..-I '' ..- . ......- . 'fZtj 3 is& n dr.. sice. iiFvJ-l-JG-ER & MOORE. Dli rlOatATIC TELEGRAPH AJND EXAS REGISTER, Pufliy'ielWij Mua'lay. Mai.i Si.. Houston -.BV ViiavJEU & AJUURE t e & n & . Sj'o-.eiijtitia iv One Year, or Finv Two Number, - - - '- $H'0 hat ptri --qi arp lor Mie tnsl io,i,ij i aud .lay n n. To i ho--, o -. iCiiaiiOMqiien insei- tii i cji)-itn i suuaie. 1') M'tjiiimt an Kotiiei. .luveui-iiig by ibe yiar, a iei ou ibie dedVuon iom ibe above rales w h bj.Jiuie. Si.-a.noiu caids, Po iWaland Persorala mmu nica ions wilIxieUiareiLu the same taies :. Uu vci semen Is tViiao mco.acats of Candidates for office $3 in advance. All A.Iwr i-emetils nol siaa-he.' v.-iih i lie ltng.h of'iiUi desired for pnblii .ioii. will be mseilcd uiinl lurbid, and ciuijed .(etpu'inctv KF Hi oo.ii'U'iii.ci'iors i-Vn-iuleti uu the Tele- graph mu-i be addf'rd po -otnt! .o-the Ed'ioi. . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 January 1848

t k London, in November, is remarkable. Paris, it 6ecms, , is not exempt from such inflictious. Western Europo has just been visited by a fog, tho - like to which has not been known for several years. It prevailed simultaneously oyer England, France, Belgium, and other parts of the continent. Navigation was suspended on the Thames, and on Tuesday " night locomotion in the streets, bath of Loudon and Paris, v?a difficult and dangprous. Many accidents occurred. The papers abound in reports of them. Carriages wore preceded by torches; the brilliant gas lights with which thf se capitals are so liberally provided being of no avail; the brightness of them could not penetrate more than three or four "feet into thomidat. On returning home on Tuesday night, about 9 o'clock, I was completely lost in the Place de la Concorde, the largest and best lighted public square in Paris, and groped my way with as much difficulty and uncertain- ly as if I had beeii actually blindfolded, across thf Place ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 January 1848

and Trinity Rivers emptying into the Bay and the produce of the Bruios River brought roundlh' lii'hters ly sea; and from the East and West-by similar cou-vt-yanccs ; while wo talk of ferries, bridges, cauals and railrca-Js, we languish and have for a few months been retrograding for want of convenient communication with ihevmr.la land. A bridge willi the maiu laiul would open to it the wagon trade of the entire sec- tions or middle Texas. A canal now in process of excavation may bring to it the produce of the Brazos River. Ordinary ferr.es, howover extensive, cannot in oar opinion supply the want of direct wagoa com- nr.m'calion without which we have present demonstra-tions-tha'twe cannot thrive. Steam Ferries alone will auswer. A large portion of the trade of tho whole country, is waggoned to Houston, and through that place it-finds its way from the merchauts of Houston, to the wharves ofGalvestoi, and from the warfit enters the ships paying no tribato to Galveston except the mere ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 January 1848

r j- - - ' ""' V It NEW AND SEASONABLE GOODS WADE & CRUGEB, Telegraph Building, Main Sir eel, Houston ' -, Texas, Wholesale and Retail dealers in Groceries, Dry "Goods, Hardware, Boois and Shoes, Hea- dy made Clothing, Hats, Sad- dlery, Glass, Crocker, Wood & Willow Ware, &c, &c, &c, HAVE on hand aud are constantly receiving a large and well atoned block of Fall and W in- ter Goods, purchased iu the Boston, New York, and other markets, which ihey are selling al very low prices, and to which they respectfully invite t tie ait. ntion of Planters and Merchants, and the public generally: GROCKRIES. New -Orleans and sugar house molasses; New Orleans, loal and powdered sugars; Rio aud Java cofl'ee; St. Louis and Ohio Flour; Hams sogai cured and common ; bacon sides, cider vinegar, sperm oil, sperm candles, soap, starch, rice, tobae en. Teas gun powder, imperial and young hy- son: mackerel in bbls. and hdl! bbls: buckwheat, Gohen bn ter, Goshen cheese, saleratus, alspic...

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