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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 June 1848

AND TE EG ISTER i-HttK . i .htU 3 HE TJ3lllIJ. $3 in advance. Published Weekly. or $5 at the end ot the year it BY CRCJGER & MOOBE. DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER, Published every Thursday, on Main Street. Bi CRUGER & MOORE. . J TEKISS. Subseripuon for One Year or Filly-Two Number.-, - - S3 00 AdverlisiW, one dollar per square for ihe firit insertion, ana any cents tor eacnsuDsequem msei- tion. Ten tfnes or less to concilia a square. To Mercianls and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be mace. Sleamboarjcards, Political and Personal commu nicaiioas will be charged at the ssme rates as ad- vertixetaenu. AnnoanceinoslS of Candidates for office So in advance, t All Advertisements not marlced with the length of time desired for publication, will be insetted until forbid, and charged accordingly. KPAU communications intended for the Tele- graph must be addressed po-t-paid to the Editor. LAW ON NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who d...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 June 1848

' JC"s!iv. nia. The town of St. Joseph, on the Missou- - ri river, was recently crowded with emigrants, and two "hundred and ten -wagons crossed the river at that place. Fifty more -wagons crossed at the ferry above St. Joseph on their route to -Oregon. About 2,000 Mormons had arrived at Council Bluffs on their way to the great salt lake, where they expect to ibrm a .a new settlement. The following must be of so much importance to country readers, that we shall take the liberty of in--serting the whole act, as it is brief: AN ACT REGULATING MAKES AND BEVNDS. Section 1. Be it enacted, by the Legislature of the State of Texas, That every person m this State Tvho has cattle, hogs, sheep or goak, shall have an ar mark-and brand differing from the ear mark and fcrand of Jiis neighbors, which ear mark and brand .shall be -recorded by the clerk of the county court, where such -cattle, hogs, bheep or goats shall bo, and no person shall use more than one brand, but may record his.brand in as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 June 1848

--W 'sspr- sr-pr ? 'ri s & A 1 Legal Tyrajcsy. We hear, many and. Litter complaints against certainfofficers of the Federal Court at Galveston. 03e!lpf'the jurors ofjtnVjppurt lias informed'usf that hf one instancela, suit was broughljn favor; of an orphap'jpl'for seyera!"negroes, and that lifter the- negrpesfWere recovered, .the costs tof the court, attorney's fees, &c.Kfcc, amounted to more thajn the whole value of the property recovered, and the poor girl was actually brought tVenty dollars in debt after winniug her- suit. In another .instance one of the receivers jof the courtemade out a bill of charges which amounted to $3,400 30, and we havcbscn informed by ft. respectable gentleman-conversant with the facts, that this bill would haVe been reduced if it had been to $800.' The -following is a copy of the bill. The name- of the receiver which was attached . . to it, weomitRas we, entertain, "for him too much- respect tq desire todrag bis name Tjefore thelpublicin connect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 June 1848

JS S'j-V ia3ir ToPlanters and Families in Texas. A LL of the following named -articles which XXhave obtained great popularity, are sold only in Houston by Groeibeeck & Co., Roberts & Co., and byEliot,Ain Galveston, Labadee, Perkins and Roberts. TO THE LADIES. The Genuine JBalm of Columbia, for Restoring the Hair. ""Long hair is a glory to woman," says Paul, And all feel tire truth of the pious quotation ; Preserve it then, ladies. jour glory may tall, Unless you protect it with this preparation. If yon wisha rich, luxuriant head ol hair, tree from dandruff and scurf, do not tail to proem e ihe genuine-Balm ot Columbia. In cases ol baldness it will more than exceed your expectations Ma- ny who have lost their hair for twenty year hav e had it restored to the original peilccnon by the u-e of this balm. Age, Mate or -condition appears to be no obstacle whatever; it also causes the fluid to Sow with which the dehcatehait tubea is filled, by -which means thousands- hose hair was ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 June 1848

DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND TE XAS REG ISTER. Vf TJEiZJUS $3 in advance. Puhlishctl Weekly. or 5 at the end of the year BY CRCJGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY-, JUNE 15, 1848. VOL. XIII. NO.24--WHOLENO.651 . ' TELEGRAPH AND REGISTER, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by cruger & juoohe. terms: Subscription for Oue Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, S'J. 00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the first in- sertion, aud fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants aud others advertising-by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal communica- tions will be charged at the same rates as advertise- ments. . Announcements of Canditates for office 5 in advance. AH Advertisements not marked with the length of time desired for publication, will be inserted until forbid, and charged accordingly. 0"AU communications intended for the Telegraph must be addressed p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 June 1848

to legislate, contrary to the Coustitutiou, on the sub ject of tlavery ; whereby ranch time lias beon wasted, and much ill feeling, and local jealousy brougnt into existence, and hare resolved to esteem most highly those who are most silent oil that topic in this Hall. WSa'ro awaro that Democrats, professing to be strict constructionists, sometimes bring the subject forward. For the benefit of such I will tell a story. A clever young Hoosier was riding along one of our roads. Ho was mounted on a full-blooded whip and Bcrlrand horse." ' Ho met a wealthy and respectable gentleman, reasonably good-looking, very ruddy, and rather old- ish, who was mounted on the ugliest specimen of horse-flesh imaginab'o.. Ho (the horse, not the man) was suip-nosed,"big-..eaded, ewe-necked, swag-backed, hog-ruraped, sic dc-hamed, timber-limbed, knock- kneed, and clump-footed. Moreoyer, his inaue and tail were not flo.ving, but briskly ; each letlock was like a festoon of chesnutburs, and he had vile tri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 June 1848

he could get them ; but it was most usual to go bare-foot, unless upon wet days, when the bhoes of the honorable members were uni- formly russet brogans. Chief Justice Hemphill arrived in town on Mon- day last. Suxday ScnooL Publications. We see upon our table, through the hands ol the Texas Sunday School Agent, Mr. Burke, some pub- lications of the American Sunday School Union. These pleasant visitors, like the cause the' advocate, are always welcome. They arc the "Youth's Penny Gazette," and the "Sunday School Journal." The Gazette and Journal are both published twice a month, the one at L2A cents, the other at 25 cents a year. They would form a cheap and useful companion for our child: en and teachers. The habit acquired by a child in subscribing for these cheap little woiks would be salutary. Our yonng friends must save their dimes and call on Mr. Butke, in this city, for the paper. Wonderful Lock. The Scientific Mechanic has the following notice of a very wonderful lock : "The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 June 1848

f7i A u , ia...... i.. . . "; GBLtEFFENBERG MEDICINES 4 doz. Graf- feoberg pills, 2 doz. Green Mountain Ointment, jnsved, and forsale by R0BERT3&ca Tffotff itxtv trie ssmtgranten ires JHaiuf tv Tttttim. Ich bringe hierdarch zur oeffentlichen Auzeige, dass ich nnter dem im Monat Maerz dieses Jabres passirlen Actder Legislator, durch welchen den Colonisten von Fisher's und Miller's Grant die Laendereien gesichert werden sollen, zu denen dieselben berechtigt sind, vom Gouvernenr dieses Staats zam Commissioner ernannt worden bin. Als solcher werde ich in Gemaesheit des besagten Acts vom ersten Tage des kommenden Monats an bereiCsein, die betreffenden Cer:ificate and zwar znerst hier auszustellen. New Braunfels, April 27, 1848. Wm. F. EVANS, w3m645. Commissioner, EMERSON, COCHRANE & CO. "TT7"HOLESALE Manufacturers VV and Dealers tn Boots, bnoes, JPalm Leaf and Wool Hats, f8 and 70 Quincy Block, fearl street, bos ton. E. C. Em-rson. fj. "VV. Cochrane Hiram Emerson. ) my 4 wly 615 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 June 1848

"rsriiv &?SpSH-'Crf-'- --- K.O T&HJflS $3 in advance. Published Weekly. or $5 at the end ol Uie year i rsi Hmt BY CRUGER & MOORE. TELEGRAPH MB REGISTER, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houstou, by CRUGER fc MOORE. terms: SnbscriDtloa for Ono Year, or Fifty-Two Num- linm. - S3. 00 Advertising, ono dollar per square forthe first in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchauts and others advertising by the yoar, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal communica- tions will ha charged at tlio sains rate3 as advertise- ments. . Announcements of Canditates for office $5 m advance. Al Advertisements not marked with the length of time desired for publication, will Do insertea uum luruiu, and charged accordingly. 0A11 communications intended for the Telegraph must be addressed post-paid to the Editor. LAW ON NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscriber -who do not give...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 June 1848

and water down Lis throat, iii the course of :iu hour h was quito sensible, but cxpenonced horrid pains for several weeks before his final recovery. His mother iilled tho coffin he was broaght homo in with bricks, and got some men to bury it the samo mghtin Kil- mainham burial ground, as if ashamed to inter him in open day. For a long time ho was uuable to depart, being every moment in dread of discovery ; at length liovyov er, he got oft by night in a smuggling boat, which lauded him attho Isle of Man, and from thence ho contrieved to reach London, bearing a letter from a priest at Kerry, to another priftt who had In ed m the borough, tho purport of winch was to got Inn ad- mitted into a monastery in Franco. But finJi:i the Southwark priest wn dead, ho thru v cut to Scot- land, using various disguises; an I returning to town, was afraid, though pjsscssitig seme little mouej sent him by his mother, even to buy food, for fear of detec- tion ; but recollecting that Mr." Lauder, his ol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 June 1848

- "! Lave -beenu-ordered (o Hayti -to- prevent the further effusion of blood. . The number of mulattoesSvho were murdered by thebjacks is estimated at from one hundred to a thousand. jYxoxher Star Added to the Galaxy of oijr Union. Wisconsin, the thirtieth State, became a member of our confederacy by a vote of the U. S. Senale on the 19th. "We have now thirty States. Wisconsin con- tains about 90.000 sqt are miles of tenttnt y two-thirds larger than all New England, and fully as large as New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania combined. Let them come our territory is broad enough for thirty more. The nomination of Gen Cass for the office of President, and Gen. Buller for that of Vice President, appear to give general satisfaction to the people of this Stale. The opposition to these nominations as manifested thus far, is so trifling that it hardly deserves the name, and we consider it almost useless to make an effort to sustain the nominations. Texas h so thoroughly Democratic that eve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 June 1848

N TAXES! TAXES ! I TAXES 1 1 TWILL attend to the payment of Taxes on Lands in--Milatn county Persons having lands in said counties, will please forward thttr list by mail to me at Cameron, Milam county, Texas. Charges very reasonable. According to the present law, all lands must be given in and the taxes paid hi the county where the Jand is located. 4t649 CALEB M. HUBBY. STATE OP TEXAS, Hn the Probate Court at County op Austin j ihe June Term, 1848 In the Estate ol Jat ob Pevehouse, dec , who en", Hannah Callicuit. Administratrix ol Jamb Peve- house, dec, with her husband, Jernes CalliLUU, have filed their petmon?SidHng that they are an- xious to settle up the administration ol Mid estate; that said Administratiix has sold the peisonal pro- perty belonging to aid c-tote, amounting to 81035 71-2; that the estate ol James Pevehouse va- in- debted to the estate of said Jacob in the sum of 61000, and interest from A. D. 1840, and that s?me lurther sums are due and owing to said estate, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 June 1848

HRC ISTER. - & TISllJfZS $3 In advance. JPublishcd iVccIJy. or $5 at the end oi the year BY GRUGER &MOORE. HOUSTON, .THUKSD A Y3 JUNE 29, 1848. VOL. XIII. NO. 26--WHOLE NO653 'JC I TELEGRAPH MB SEGISTERj Published every Thursday, Main Street Houston, by CEtJOER fc MOORE. - t e b'm.s r ' v Sabscriptjon for One Year", or Fifty-Two Num- ber, - - - - . " . . .$3. 00 Advertising1, one dollar per sfaaro for the first in- sertion, aud. fifty cents for each subsequeutmsertion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. ., To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from theabove rates will bo made. .1 Steamboat cards, Political and Personal communica- ions will be charged at the same rates as advertise-' tments. ,,. Aunoancementa of Canditales for office $5 in advance. All Advertisements not marked with the length of time desired for publication, wilt be inserted until forbid, and charged accordingly". :.. 0"A11 communications intended for the Telegraph mu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 June 1848

Ge Cass ix New Yoek. Tho Albany Argus, the leading, Democratic paper of the -, State of New York, though belonging to the Old Hunker wing of the Dcmocaacy, says : la this State, we cannot doubt that the Sgreat body of theDemocrucy will imitate their oretbren in other State?. Whatever may have been the stale of feeling and the collision among Democrats, they will not hesitate we feel assured, to come with alacrity to the sup- port of nominations, made in the accustomed '-and regular mode, and made also wilh a una- " nimity and cordiality that can leave no doubt .that they embody the Democratic preference , of the country. We will not believe that any "formidable number of those who have associ 'ated with the Democracy, v. ill desett its can- v didate, or erect the star.daid of revolt, for the purpose of defeating the Democratic nomina- tions, so clearly in accoi dance with the Demo- cratic sentiment of the nation, and who stand upon the clear and undoubted principles of ihe Democrati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 June 1848

ft Sierra Mad&e Retoblic. Wo have noticed in two or three of the New Orleans papers several exag- crated accounts of tho organization of a powerful par- ty in the northern States of Mexico, to establish a new Republic east of tho Sierra Madre. At one time it was stated that Canales was at the head of this party, at another timo Arista, and lately it has been confi- dently asserted that Gen. Lamar is endeavoring to ac- complish tills object. We have received such infor- mation from that section as induces us to beIioe that the Republic of the Sierra Madre has only existed in the imaginations of a few letter writers and editors of our sister cily of New Orleans. There is no organized party nor the semblance of one, having for its object the establishment of an independent Republic in that quarter. Canales, Carubdjal, Arista and Gov. Vital Fernandez, are too imbecile to found a new Republic, and the influence of Gen. Lamar scarcely extends too leagues from the town of Laredo, where...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 June 1848

I Ik HB2. 'jgBxt1 HSHl 9BHrs 'W&'' Js TVISTARBALSAM OF WILD r- fj ' CHERRY. - - TUSTreciTcd a large s-SppIy of thatrcry popular ranody. tf ,Tle-Feason forjtj uteTs now, and no one should neglect its use. For sab by dec 23' ROBERTS k CO.. 'Drf ounces Quinine, 5U0 pounds saltpetre, 150 pounds O LC calomel, 200 pounds flax iced, 130 pounds camphor, -.50 pounds blue pDI cams, 700 pdusds Epsom salts, 300 pounds -sulphur, 500 pound' brimstone, 100 pounds mjrrri, GOO pounds copperas, 100 pounds aloes, 500 pound alum, 50 pounds Ak-.-iifedita, just received and fur tale by may 6 J. BrCRQESBECCK k CO. 2b Planters and Families in Texas. ' .LL of the follow inc named articles winch hae obtained great .tfJLpopulantr, are sold only in Houston by Grocbecc. k Co., .Roberts fc Co., and by Eliot, inGalvetton, Labadie, TerLu-s and Eoberti. "" r TO TIIE LADIES. The Genuine Balm of Columbia," for Restoring the ITairt "Long iair is a glort ti csian," 'ays Paul, e And all feel the truth of the pious q...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 July 1848

fe" sBr-csw ISTER. or$o at the end i the year l- 'Wl2ii..fl s:J ! .ulviMicc. JPtrbUshul WccLly. BY CRUGES & MOORIi. TELESRAPH AND REGISTER, Published1 every Thursday, Main- Street, Houston, by CRViiEB. fc JIOOllE. terms: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- ber, S3. 00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the first in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten Imps or less to constitute a square. To Merchauts and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rales will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal communicu- ioiia will be charged at the same rules as advertue- tments. Announcements: of Canditatcs for office $5 in advance. All Advertisements not marked with the length of time-desired for publication, will bo inserted until forbid, tid charged accordingly - O" All communications intended for the Telegraph must be addressed post-paid to the Editor. t LAW ON NEWSPAPERS. . 332111 - fy 1. TSntneriber who do not ji...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 July 1848

, -)sqggf-- h 1 E. f J is innocent of a latch-key. He lets the family go out of town once every year, whilst he re- mains at home with one knife and fork, sits on a Brown holland chair, sleeps on a curtain- less bed,, and has a chairwoman to wait on him. He goes down on tho Saturday, and comes up. on the Monday, taking with him the H' clean linen, and bringing back the dirty Vclothes. He checks the washing-bills. He pays the housekeeping money without a suspi- ""'cion, and shuts his eyes to the "sundries." -He is very easy and.affectionate, keeping the 'anniversary punctually ; never complaining if the dinner is not ready; making the breakfast . himself if no one is down ; leiting his wife waltz aud drink porter before company. He t runs all her errands, pays all hei bills, and . cries like a child at her death. London Punch. A VOICE FROM NEW ENGLAND. From the Boston Post oae of the leading if not tike leading democratic paper in New England: -"The intense anxiety which had been fel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 July 1848

- is?" decline three delegates lorepresenLthe whigsof Har- rjs couuty in a convention to ba heldutHantaville, iu this State, upon the 5th July, hist. Sour Lake. A gentleman who arrivod a day or two since, from Sour Lake, informs us that there are about 150 persons at that place, and families are daily arriviug from various parti, of the state, and from Lou- isiana. Mr. Liudsay, tho enterpr.suij propnetor of the lake, is erecting beveral commodious houses for the en- tertainment, of the visitors. A large number ol thoo now at the lake, are compelled tosttk thelter in tents and temporary shanties. In a few weeks, however, the commodious aud woll furnished rooms of Mr. Lin!- Bay will probably be opened, and the inconvenience which invalids now suffer, will be thjs removed. Tho New York Journal of Goramcrco, says: "T n years ao the trade from this p rt with the republic ol Texas was commence! as a regulai business iu a schooner. New wo have a lino ol alnps coiiit.tnth employed, whoao ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 July 1848

t&lG1 r J- 4T K i neiKiawaytywf To Planters and Families in -Texas, ALL of ti folio wire named srticls? lilch hay ojjtftiusd groat popularity &re told only in floustoq "by Groesbeecfc U Co- Eoborti &Co end by Ehat, w Galrcston, J-absais, Fwiuu nua Jlobtt, TO THE LADIES. The Goauloe Balm of Columbia, forTJestorlag the Ualri 'Long hair i c, glory to woman," sayi Paul, Ani all feel Iho truth cf the pious quotation ; rreserm It then, ladles your glory" ma v fall, Unless you protect it with ton preparation. If you wish a rich, luxuriant head or hair, free from daudrufT ud (curt, do not fjd U procure tie genuine Balm of Columbia. Jn case of baldnets it mil mora tout! exceed joiir expectation. Many.jvho hare lost their Lair fur twreaty years ha chad it res- tored to tho original perfection by the use cf this lhilra. Ago, state or condition appears to be no obstacle wlialerer ; it also causes the fluid to fl jit with which the delicate hair tuho is rilled, by which means thousan...

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