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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 April 1848

p ,- 7 y'' 'Stv "j ' rfjr "CVT r- TEIUZS"-$3 in ndvaucc. Published Weill ts. or 5 at the esiidof fhc year fffcu., & BY CRUGER & MOOKE. HOUSTOK, THUKSDAY, APJ1IL 27 1848. VL.jmi. !ST0.l7--WilOLEN0.644. la.B.WS Passed by the Second Legislature of the State of Texas. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. CHAPTER 159. ''An Act tolfegulate proceedings in the County Courts, relating to guardians and wards. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature of gh,e State of Texas, That" in all cases not otherwise provided ifiwglav, the father while living and after his death, and whenTIheie shall be iio lawful father, then the mother, if living, shall be entitled to ,the guardianship of their minor children, and shall have the cus- tody of their persons, education and estates : Provided, That if such estates are given to such minor children by any other per- son than such parent, the father or mother entitled to such guar- dianship shall give bond with security, take the oath and re- turn an inventory ...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 April 1848

"- 4 r -r y t: fcf. ft c t& I r t '-St. vk&fe OfP- PROCEEDINGS OF THE COURT OF INQUIRY. Special correspondence of the Picayune. r v Mexico,, Marcti. 28. 1848. Thexjourt rhef at fhe'usuat hour: present all'the members, namely: Brig. Gen. Nathan .-Towson, President ; Brig. Gen. Caleb dish- ing and Col. W. G. Belknap, CapU Samuel C JRidgely, Judge Advocate. Before the commencement of the proceed- ings, tho room was cleared of ali except tins parties immediately interested, ill order to hoid a conference desired by the court. The court being opened, Gen. Pillow ad- dressed the .court, making complaint against t "the report that appeared this morning in the "Star" newspaper. Gen. Scott, also reminded the couit of the ' notice he had taken yesterday of a paper pub- lished in the "Star""signed "W.J. Worth," &c. After some fuitber conversation on this subject, the court proceeded to business. "The first witness called was Mr. Trist, v.'ho was sworn. Question. By the Prosecution....

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 April 1848

vrftqtqgttap.-- $$&&&' g . - V g&Fsm- -,$- '&f&(r tST- -t i&s&mpm . - jnjiiqion ,aa to tho most sujtablti.placa.for. the. location ot the remtentmr-, -ot because we had not an opinion, but -for tlie reason that in so doing we might subject ourselvesito the charge of a blind prejudice in favor of our town and hostilitj to "other pluccs which are spoken of as candidates for this institution. Huton a rational and considerate view of all "the place? now spoken of, wc are clearly of opinion and think the condusoii i.-resistalile, that no point in Texas preseuts nure advan- tages or stronger inducements for the location of thePenitentiary than Ilunlsviiio. It is the most flourishing inland town in the State, and js KiirrouDcled by a country of unsurpassed fer- tility, which is rapidly filling up with an indus- trious and enterprising population. It is situ ated near enough to the I nnity, to enjoy all ihe benefit of steam boat navigation, and far enough fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 April 1848

v v r-r Jte r : PAINTS AND OILS. T f BBLS. Linseed Oil, 100 kegs white Lead, J. 1per brig Damascus, iasi received and for sale by octgl BOBERT8 &. CO. JpOKT WINE, Very superior old port uiue, X just received and for sale by oct Vi ROBERTS fc CO, 7Oa INVALIDS Very supenoj old pan Wine J? and cognac Brandy, just received and for sale by fun 19 ID GROESBEECK & CO. SPKINU AND SU.VJA1KR CLOTHING JUST received ditetffrom the North, a splen- did assortment of siprnig and summer CJoiliing, comprising every aitiele of GenUemen'ts wear, fresh and new, lor sale by apl 15 RICE d NICHOLS TO THE CI riZENa OF GAL VES i 0. ASSP HOUSTON. THE subscriber beg Jea veto present for their consideration the advantages.of LIKE IN- SURANCE, as a means ol seeming to their lami- lies the certainty ot'a rej.pec.able support, should their head and jproieclor be taken Irom them by Death. As the natuce and advantages of a Life Insur- ance, are so well, and generally understood, in the North, as well as in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 May 1848

' " " -Z? y Jr.: A'TC si" M: or $5 at the end ot the year Published WcclxJy. TJBKMTS S3 in advance. 51r" " so"6"" ,. i- ...ji ..ii iim , ..im.un ,.11... - mi --..! ii.HTmaca HV.fWT't-lfcgmggg-niTarni -mrTiraLiaa-iam n-r ..... " '"' : BY CRCJGEB, & MOORE. DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER, JPtibhshedavery Monday, Main Si.. Houston $$ CRUGER & MOORE. 't?-' Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two dumber.-, .... $100 Advertising, one dollar per square, ior the Bit insertion, and fifty cents lor each subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines or less to constitute a sqnare. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates avi 11 be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal commu- nications will be charged al the same ratei as ad- vertisements. Announcements of Candidates for office $5 in advance. " All Adverti-ements not marked -with the Itngth .oftims desired for publication, will be inserted until forbid, and charged accordingly. 03"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 May 1848

Tr i. fc;'vf-s? i fc olly four were wounded, having sustained a heavy firs two miles from covered positions, .which they could only very ineffectually return, Jivertheless, their fire told, and the enemy suf- fered great loss. The garrison was abundant. vly supplied with previsions and the guerrillas &? had retire; MR. CXAY'S ADDRESS, v TO THE PUBLIC. .The "various and conflicting reports which hare been in circulation in regard to my intentions with respect to the next Presidency, appear to mo to furnish a prop- er occasion Tor a full, frank and explicit exposition of my feelings, wishes and Views upon that subject. This it is now my purpose to make. With a strong disinclination to the use of my name in connexion with that office, I left my residence in December last, under tho determination to aunouncn to the public, in -some suitable form, my desire uot to be thought of as a candidate. During my absence, I frequently expressed to different gentlemen my un- willingness to bo a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 May 1848

Jt -ff v '-' f! f " 4fc ). That pecuniar- advantages flow from them to their proprietors, Is an incident morely. Thelr-maio. effect is to pour a stream of healthy influence abroad, and throughjsociety. Their promotion of private interests is accidental, but their aid to public well being neces- sary and intentional. Like fountains that irrigate the country for miles aronnd, they unavoidably enrich the immediate 6oil through which they hobble to the earth. But to pnblishecs, how small their beeneut! to read ers how large. Prolific as the Banana treo in the bread oflife to the latter, how few tho fragments ihat are gathered in the basket of tho former T To furnish society with instruction and counsel, the have proved most successful ageuts; but to fill tho purses of prin- ters, they are too often failures. As uewspapers are puhl.c agents, so they are sus- tained by public spirit- Priraie energy would be in- sufficient without the aid of public interest. Coaceru- rnenX?fortho press of ...

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

fcWs'3K t -- . $dK " JBH "" 8Id& HSHbHEP -rpj 3 t J - .-fife 9 MWt. v ' -:r5" J 1 1 Ar w, i-fl PORK AND-BACON- MTwbblKTOess Pork,5 hnds,baconbRrai;,5hdf? . vtfcJ.UBacon shoulder. 10 Jihds bacon,cides, Jusr " rteiveU'ahdrorEalebj BICE &ICHOL&, V afeaIO WXHS3B iift ' "J-- ' . H lttUy,tU,S,.-CJ,V?. rn B"wIOTRSPe?i uois-irisn ijaratoes, , -20 If egs Wesje rn sB utter, 5 Tibds Ii5crmsic5ts. . 7 W V 5' st-ernsBi 33Wr a Mils bacoldfis,' OJESlCtfiS, s . 5 liefces'i.uga.r curerhljains, 10 sacks-Javacoee. r SO boxejresb Malaga' raiseps, Cl)0 halfnd quarfer boxes sardines, lOjbblsfNassar Ale, 10 '"French Vinegar, Just received and for sale- by-, , Dec, 4. ' , SAMPSON & CO: Shingles .Shingles I j v r OWENTY Thousand Cypress land Pine Shmglcs J tor sale "by fe&8JgWADE & CftPGER, i P 50 ff Gallons copal Vanish," 3i vacnisn, JV-JJe. 2 & 30 " eoacb Tarajsh, warismtatforsape: i mr quality, for sale by 1107 M RPBJRIgSCj). DRY GOODS M ? IcUST received, anew as.sortmenfi9fDi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 May 1848

$ ff ' -4.r I'AMlia ,--- &.S ,,-- - -5- -5- . iiii.MMIHHMIMHMHaiHHBHBHBHHHBHHiH " .. '- -. ? .'--v-- ""'"' WB -M iBMMM IIP . " r syg ..v'V V T-T V, T&ZlrflS--S3 in advance. , BY-CRCJG-ER &f MOOKE. DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND , TEXAS REGISTER, JPubhshed evert Thursday, on Main Street, ,BY CRCJGER & AlOORE. UI)t. TEfMTIS. iSabscription for One Year, orPitiy-Two Number, - $3.00 . Advertising, one dollar per squarMorlhe first -insertion, and fifty cent- for each subsequent insei- , rtto'n. " Ten line- or les to constitute ;i .square. . Ta Merchants and other advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates "will'be made. "i Steamboat cards, Poliiiraland Personal commu- nications will be charged at the same rales as ad- -vertisements. , Announcements of Candidates for office .5 in 'advanced "AlW-dvfrlUements not marked with the Itngth of-tims deiired for publication, will be inserted iuntil forbid, and charged accordingly. OCFA"H'communica'ior.s intended ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 May 1848

v - -.."Wi . " . M T it T SSI k ' V -N - -rw - V W T te "Y - jr x 51 '1 ' W 'Hf . afKfKU .. '-.Wfes.,jMaBrLir -ff-, i'rvi Hiniif :f ISBHi XT Ji, k. i. Bna 1 A ' i'cfli" J9....Bi(......K'.) V--BH.itE.n l "I..EV, v :$T Tjtialed energy wtfhimPn r-"jF- avtasnastip tided and. rpq '(..tufa oa ike Hova ed state of la's wwgn U trraspoa reins 01 mi irrorfortunB, andmnre, iteitrafKFtq n Ji(atiin.i9f n i ii n i n 11 nini in TKTifWMioa3 Texol-tlieKtaa m- ij)dttJaJni2'...U.i..'.. -lU 5SHEli VlHfa'etatrarawn aTourJa nitcM.ikt smrseuL k.iiii uu iug lirn".t! yfeafiS' pFEnropp.nhS causes -of pefo; f-ti&ffiMltfie fssues Wfcejace and wari w3r& etS Siipregnuble forfwand Liundred uniiedmea wertralo'Ji fotficant witch- few disoijd$ryt 'swMgMs'l Svlpa, would hardlbtllwSre his envious text anit&bthwMg&S&ffi itexi, man. What we tave'fefs iaberndli . nlid realitv 'What S. .Wirt ihx WDabx Libfiij - iim jHr"a.L mlST. HFsHj !- WP fHV WHnalK'H tmcM "PS s?E SliLAUl 5 pwUTcalfiMi-;- T?l" 3zffl&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 May 1848

TfP?T 'fr V; r 7ys - 'Mr'""' s hl-iMl - .Red River, Anderson, ' Harrison, Fort Bend, Cherokee, Fayette, Navarro, Navarro, Refugio, Harrison, Tyler, Fayette, Au&tin, Bexar, Brazoria, Montgomery, Red River, Refugio, Rusk, Sabine, San Augustine, Shelby, Travis, Gaudulupe, Harris, Houston, Newton, JetFersDU, Liberty, Limestone, Grayson, Smith, Jackson, Limestcce, Hopkins, Austin, Harrison, Victoria, Brazoria, Washington, Fannin, Rubk, Rusk, Shelby, Travis, Henderson, J'WarsawPrarrie. .Llberty.j v i . . jWashltaiSi Grayson? . White Rock? WfaitpO&k, Wharton, t . ,Wodville, a ( -Wheelock, Zayalla, Dallas, Hopkins, Wharton, Tyler, Robiuson, Jasper. - ..COMMERCIAL .EMBARRASSMENTS. Our advices from jslLthe leading mercantile towns i and cc! ties -of the Continent during the past week are alill glowny and discouraging. The progress of gov ernmental -cnanges wiroqghout Europe has suspended business, and we regret t add that moro failures are announced. .Theyjareirisf details of the advi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 May 1848

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 May 1848

WPP-WWi ----- J -wwpi'i.'v ' .-' fltf''WwTStf. ' - t -cc: v iV T TJG2i?-3 in advance. . . Futilislicd Weekly. $!$&' ' 1 '-" ' -p01 VHWSrVa1 aTleMiif4k'i,Sil!i H ' ' . . - ' A. . .'im.i. n trrx-rA .. fr--.-fct. -. ....rftK I. ; ' HOUSTQW,. THURSDAY; MiT j35, l84K3v. sed. Altai B sa s that sho gat up to ttibe door cei dv'tknpfffi0 1 "MMPlnflBiSHBaSFj una thinks sho was earned through the bScit window - -3f Mtf 'thW-ifW BdaiSQrVieMa, the'cTtj-ot'iaSBflSSrHKt down among tho crashing timber, yet gfa. c-,ped v-J M 9lS ?i -xh-iM-i-J latltnd, at thomtfriBES&3ME w.th a few flight bruise's. Of tho girlsOFSra) were AtRPf ito,?ga.Prea'ff X fa'?0-, fraiMife.-Wkches, oea&oniMVHLVr ?WC5 .eran.tfifffo.-ajSle., zftaHEaE::. .JJiMusqumaB'na-j. " Tra'expedJj-t reached Iemdn'iM9moMiraHi5iBipBSH jrau flr j"(fiifiaiiai?Qi iwit" "aoyaiiwcnaYe,eien jneinjtri JKufc-n-iVai.;.. 433. r;,ji&.-'?- -, vr -'-a kmh i' 7. j ". "r s:?s:trrTT7R3ejr.'rr'& i IBO. e'IBtm'inffJBWrirafcB iw then are'BlMt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 May 1848

'-? 1" - 1 K ij ." in- hjfc.?.r" Ji rStfiw' i i !.& ?,: a- :iCv-r ,, rrKA r nia 5 r j-?-lv IX.t--' --X-iZt A 'JT-V.3, M . fk. J- "5. i-v-cr' .;tt5ir.v 54 ' Jl C?ki fSSjZkzt- .- jirt P-.i4 t -rt;xLP- 1-i, '',J V " ' fan(Lxl - '- . -cjfcecl . . ...sefi t.SvsTS v. 4-Fvrz v-- ' rf StiAJli ;s-iCt. . .. ' jeT -5 , 4 - 5t ." ft ; Otib r ' $- 'iCfiOfl , 9 . - fi. rlAt - f .L S - '' iiii ibliIllM uwu-jn n Mil ujaEi au. J V . . a bcshel, and from lhesaPbrof iaSkfcrUj factara of flour nofe-ia mfcratin s.w- . .. .. .Cl.i.'Cvj5 a, cjC2irucuou, it is wnfi -sustained." . "S X'Tbe-Caerokoo eoaetfcv;' of baaseja this.grihi foj? era NAw Ysrk area t! landt aQ hd JrtteriHWare gtiarji sboaT& s us those HpNSuwrifturOTa.) am at mxtr'wmSaSSf M.gWm4sth ..vh Minmir ,...r.. . w m uwiiiwuaEBiu t.4 it . ? v i i ffr ri T. ! t v-. f . aBiOHUI wwwropayjtsimu iaAvvVaBiH vEitehfcioiC. is fthffibaaO Jl '7 THe SaBSEBBMSin .. .-! . i. -. S1, OB Sfwtt every fiflLaaaPJa lfe4PnW90H&fiiB !SR vfNKWrj fiHrH9(Mi! ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 May 1848

? H - n?:. TW " 5 , . ' mi " A ft i ' '-JVJUiJ .iJii S -"SJ -i . 4th, the Kingdom or Etruria, conipehendmg the present Grand Duchy of Tuscany and Borne- of the smaller Duphtes; 5th, the Lombardo-Venetian Stales-; 6lb,' Sardinia, 'flie population of these States mil be as follows;, Naples, b,500,000; Sicily, 2,050,000; Pontifical Stales, 3,000,000; Etruria, 3,380,000; Xombardo-Venetian, 4,800,000; Sardinia, 4,700,000. . jTile late Senator Ashley We abstract the follow- V..5..t V r Tl 1 - .L- ,T. ...... I I ing fhh lhaispeccli of Mr. Borland, iu the United j fcuteseuate, on thodeatli of Mr. AIey: j CoUAshlev was-a uativo of Neve EiiL'Ki'.id. He was bora "atiWestfield, in Mu&sachiKiclfo, on the 1st day of Juucj-l?90,nnn, cousequenth , at the time of his aeathywaainthe oath yearot Mb age. wncn an mfantof only three months-, he Avas carried by his parentis, who romoved, to tho town of Hudson, in New Yqr&v Hejgrew up, engaged in the practice of the lai, and resided 'here about twe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 May 1848

w-jpSs ?Sg&lfljwq 'W 7Q &J Rvv- i m . , F"J -""wssrr- fc t IT V V " - iw. t w . reF rJ.fA i v . . ! 1 : ALL of havei! Id oil; in Houston & c ami by Eliot M.'V'i JiOSerts. if aiii.JHJiP' a Tiie Genuine mi "LottS hai And air Hrn Pr&ryeiuhen: lad l?w J lislbsK feess van .rj rakWet Ujgoumha rick, luxfj liajrtf tft n aragyfDdruc and u aii a.nocureilh; n!np."R)ilm nt Coinintete.rkcaij0i'MldtfS3r Trlffmnr tlmn rnplLvbaV cxneQUiiiDns. sAlai: i. jit wioihave lost iheirjHattifor tweiitv jearhaw haoViVrKtoredloiheisinahOTrftctionbyTVi S1SS,S?SS'S;; j- i w'i v . . vi t--- T. . JT.X 7t.i. .i"i.i. -...kwJv Tn',4.4S-iittlK;'Kir .- SlOW TWO WUCU HlCilCUtlci"J ')" "TIS' 051 tb&sJ&iiiic-eaglej) hav'e"' thellfeiiafe-easlea HaW had ffieir JiH5Jfefr : disi9atiiral color by thishvidfobMfe all cases 01 eerir wiji ueouncriosjsigp j -ant'wasn iaiicanbe used jA tewftfllM Jyarejhecessacy tcfcecpibeluil jfcWriaHiu all cases of eT&r-Ir win be3bjnhjJegBfct jAJEWjMll(lH e kai J feyrf! ...

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

' . x"i IZtifIS- 3 in advance. Published Weekly. or $5 at the encioi the year BYRUGEK. & MOORE. HOUSTON THUKSDAY, JUNE J, 1848. VOL. XTIL NO.22--WHOLENO.649- V m t ISLAND OF JAVA. We extract the following description of the town of Angler, on the island of Java, from a Jato utiml or of the Christian Advocate ana journal, u is irern uio jouraal.ofIlcy.Mr. Collins, reccutly appointed a mis- sionary of the" Methodist Episcopal Church to China, of whom frequent mention has been" mado in our col- umns.? Tho ship in which Mr. Collins embarked pass- ed theCape of Good Hope on tho nineteenth of July, and the account is inserted in his journal of the follow- ing day. About ten o'clock we anchored off Angier point, on -the island of Java, whore the captain wished to obtain .fresh supplies of provisions. We were visited by a boat Joad of natives. There were about a dozen of them in Ihe'boat ; and the fiftt intimation of their jpprojcii we .had; was a simultaneous and euphonious grunt, with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 June 1848

, metes -srf "i'Vj -- ' Lt But how '-different the scene outside from the temple of prayer and duration ! Thei motley crowds withouUhe walls of the temples! of worship were hardly less deserving ofihel notice of the passer-by. Almost all ages,- sizes, and both sexes, were to be seenamusing' inemseives arm eatu uiucii un uuncsuwgj. or thatsvhich contributed most to the owner-s pleasure, seemed to be noise rattle, rattle, rattle nothing but incessaat rattle, in every direction; until one's euro became almost deafened with the strange, bewildering noise .produced by the toys there made for sale, to amuse men, women and children; for all seemed alike amused. The day was throughout surpassingly fine the glow of an almost summer's sun shedding his rays ot Jight ana -neat on an neiow. --Crowds of beautiful women thronged the prin- cipal streets,.and than blight ryes and joyous looks bespoke their feelings so plainly as to make one think,-? nd exclaim, that they all felt happy, andlSat all ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 June 1848

vfeasfiyiw - -.SS3fti- S 2iaws other xesources to sustain their credit we know not. It is however, very impor- tant that the ,people of Texas should be furnished with some positive -evidence that the Bank has a -tangible capital, before many nore of Us notes are thrown into circulation. i .1 j c t .. e ,i TT-i As the .period for the meeting of the Whig National Convention dravsy near, Use prospects r., n, . . ,. of Mr. Clay appear to become mare disoour- aging. Several leading Whigs have declared . i .i . it ii . -iii positively that Mr. Clay is not .an available 'Candidate, and it is said a majority of tho itt - ii i i-T t x- -il"0 VUI1Cl0 WwJJJCVH ill U13 tlWllUll. The friends of Gen. Taylor, on the other hacd, and are daily becoming more sanguine, and they 'look -with coniideuce to Ms nomina- tion by tlra Whig National Convention. They imagine that he -will not :only concen- trate the whole Whig vote of the Union, but ;alsc, of a large portion of the Democratic iparty. They point...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 June 1848

Cu!&&'1?- .I1?"'? ?r- - v T- 'jH.'ts -y 3-5?Wrojjpgr ; 2b Planters and Families i)ir Texasi A LL of the following named .ariicles,iwbtc' ihave obtained great .popularity, areToldfiJSV - -and byEliot,sin Galveston, Labadee, PerkinSi&Ed; 'Roberts. "HS TO THE LADIES. JjBb . TheGenuine Balm of Columbia, lbr&etonnjtfbe 'Long hair is a glory to woman," Eays Panl ii.naaii.ieei uir. iriun oi me pious quotation ; . .Preserve il then, ladies your gloiy may tall, Unless you protect it with this pieparaiion. Ityouwisha rich, luxuriant head of hair, free from dandruff and scurf, do not tail to procure the ,genuine Balm of Columbia. In cases ol baldness it will more than exceed your expectations. Ma- ny "who have lost their hair for twenty years have had it restored to the original perfection by the use of this balm. Age, state or condition appears to be no obstacle whatever; it alo causes the fluid to flow with which the-delicatehaii tubea infilled, by which means thousands (whos...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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