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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 July 1848

'ft 72 -7" JTiT o . -i ' ' ' ' BMa g or $5 at Ihe end of the year BY CHCJGER & MOORE. HOUSTON; THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1848. VOL. XIII. N0.2S-WHOLE KO.655. mu, 9 a .uiYiKicc. Published Weekly. TELEJRMH AND REGISTER, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Hourton, by CRUGER fc MOORE. terms: Subscription for Oue Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, 83. 00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the first in- sertion, and fifty cenU for each subsequent insertion. Teu lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants a'ud others advertising Jjy the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal commuuica- ions will be charged at the same rates as advertise- ments. ..-Announcements of Canditates for office $5 in advance. All Advertisements not marked with the length of time desired for publication, will be inserted until forbid, and charged accordingly. 0A11 communications intended for the Telegraph must bo addressed post-paid to the Edito...

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 — 13 July 1848

-.-Wj-r I Beeins to be bittor indeed. But after that odious novel, which the lady wrote, exposing her domestic grievan- ces, it can hardly be expected that the door to a re- conciliation Bhonld over-be opened. Sam Houston. The N. Y. Sauday Times, Maj. Noah's paper, makes an amusing paragraph out of the Texas Senator's electioneering visit to the North. Wecopy it: The "Hero of San Jacinto" is not mucn troubled with vmuvaise honte. He is a fine looking man, an 1 would not be taken for more than fifty years of age, although ho must bo near sixty. Iu h s follicking speech on Friday night iu the Park, ho told some capital stories, aud laid bait for "complimentary no- tices" with singular adroitness. "I have come lo this city," aaid he, "the companion of men far more d's tinguished iu tiie history of my country than myself." Here, of course, there wore loud cries of "No!'" ""no: "no!" "Well, gentlemen," said the Senator from Texas aa you please. There was once a boy who came homo drunk to...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 July 1848

s'er- Cass. The North Carolina and Mississippi regiment passed down yesterday. Lt. Col. Webb, of tho 1 6lh Infantry passed down yesterday to the mouth for the purpose, of selecting a camp gronnd for his regiment, previous to embarking for New Orleans. Capt. Dick- insons company of tho 10th have reached here from Reynosa. This regiment is now complete at this place. The exciting rnmor relative to tlio massacro of the Americans at Saltillio, has proved unfounded. W Gon. Wool is expected here between the 1st and 4th of July, when a geueral movement, across the river, of everything belonging to government may be ex- pected. Surgeon MeP.'iail lias removed hia quarters to Fort Browu. The sick have been sent to Point Is- abel. It is conSdcntly asserted that Gen. Worth's division wil! bo ordered to California. Murder. On Sunday night last, at a fandango near the steamboat landiug, Sergeant Smoot, belonging to i the 3d Dragoous, was horribly stabbed to death by one or more Mexicans. Woman, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 July 1848

i -tia 'imtjn- To Planters and Families in Texas. ALL of the following named articles which have obtained great popularity, are iold only tn Houston by Groevbeeck 4. Co., Robert &. Co., and by Eliot, in Galveiton, Labadie, Perkmi and Koberti. TO THE LADIES. The Genuine Balm of Columbia, for Restoring the Hair. "Long hair u a glory to woman," jayi rani, j And all feel the truth of the pious quotation ; Preserve it then, ladie your glory may fall, Unlej you protect it with this preparation. ; If yon wish a rich, luxuriant head of hiir, free from d&ndrufi , and scurf, do not fail to procure the genuine Balm of Columbia j In case of baldne it will more thin exceed jour expectations I Many who have lot their hair fur twenty years Iiae hud it res tared to the original perfection by the ue uf tins llalm. Age,, state or condition appear to be no obstacle whatever; it &yt causes the fluid to flow with which the delicate hair tube is fil ed by which means thousand (whose hair as g...

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

-. s 3 - m aSSSSaCSa I ill ijiu . ... ..n- -.i ca TJSItJIS 3 in aclrancc. Fublishctl WecLUj. or 5 at the end of the vea'r 137 CRUGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, JULY -0. 1848. VOL. XIII. NO. 29-WHOLE NO. 656 (tixrsaxsysxTssxr. I iggaacsM'.VnTiM. ; .' iiijaJiarRTrii. .. iiyy.c.i'i'.Er-srn ti -.ju.i'm.jar- ui j iujLni.u-ASPa tfz V TPT.P.R flPET flTKFn BPn.TRT.PU Published every Thursday, Main Street. Hon ton, by cruger &. .uookk. terms: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, 3. 00 Advertising, oue dollar per square for the first in- sertion, and fifty cent for cacli subsequent insertion. Ten lines or less to constitute n square. To Merchants and others advertising by tho year, a reisonable deduction from the above rates will bo made. Steamboat card1?, Political and Personal communica- ions will be charged at tho same rates as advertise- ments. Announcements of Cand.tates for office $5 in advance. All Advertisements not marked with the length of time desired for pub...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 July 1848

Wo Isam further by our despatches that ealea of rf.ve hundred hales of cotton were made hf New York oa Monday the 26th, with no change iu prices Piciyur.e. Anecdote. Tho following circumstance happened in one of the towns .of Aarkansas: A nun had been drinking until a Idte hour at mght hefuro he i-tnrted for home. Honest folks had been long in bed, am! tho houses were all phut and dark. Tno liquor ho had taken was too much for hra; ho did not knov where to go. lie at last staggered into an empty w agou abed, and foil upon the vixnuid I'or a Wig time he lay in uticoiiscio acne's-1 ol a drunken bleep, and would have undoubtedly frozen, (for the snow 0:1 the ground show- ed the night to bi vry coid had not other- le m- nensible than hiuiself Leea aro.md him. This shed was a favonlo rcadezvous for tho hog-, v.'irch ru-iK-d oat when the new corner arrived, but toon ro.urucd J- their bed. Iu the utmost Lindiiw, and with the tr ie-t hotpitahty thej gave tueir biped companion the n.J- dlc o...

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

"A meeting was held at the maiket house in this city on Saturday exerting, in accord- ance with the call of a number of the whig party. Both Democrats and Whigs were in- vited to attend, and about two hundred per- sons were present, two-third? of whom xxe un- ir..l:iiifl wrtro Di'mnr.rnts. i! r. btcwart , , , ( ,r j addressed the meeting in beha.t ol t:ie . "Whig, and his address is said to have been ' . . r , . . aervable and lucid exposition of the pnnci- j i.le nflus- nirlv He was Pillowed J. V. ' plLOt iiispam. nf - i Henderson and P. W. Uray, fcsq rs, wnose uddresses are spoken of in the highest terms of commendation by those of their paity who were present. At the close of the meeting, a few feeble cheers were sent up for Taylor and Fillmoie ; but lh jo;ou shouts that soon succeeded for Cass and Hntler, xxeic almost deafening, and showed full plainly that the democratic masses of old Hat lis county are folly aroused to sustain the principles that have long been the main spiing...

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

-sSS-tViVw?-- fWg?'iV3rr!r' "- 1 y K-r2b Planters and Families in Texas: "" A II oftha following named article which hye obtained great XipopularilT, ere oM only In Uontton by Groabeeck & Co., . Kob5ti fc Co end by Eliot, ia Galvetton, Labadie, Fcrkuu and Roberts, TO TUB LADIES. The Genuine Balm of Colombia, for Restoring be Hair. UT 1 I- Z- .. -.1- ..... II .awT...,! And ell feel the truth of the pioui quotation j Preserve it then, ladies vonr glory may fall, Unlea you protect it with thii pf paration. If yon wish a rich, lmunant head of hair, free from dandruff and scurf, do not fail to procure the genuine Calm of Columbia. In cases of baldness it will more than exceed jour expectations Many bo have lost their hair lor twenty jean have bad it res- tored to the original perfection by the use of thi Balm. Age, fctate or condition npiieare ti be na obstacle whatever , it . nlso catuea the fluid to flaw ith which the delicate hair tubo is filled, by which means thousand (whoso hai...

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

m cw- " "'J",,JiiV-. .-sii U TSUxIM-S 3 iai advance. Published WcclJy. or $5 at the end of the year BY CRUDER & MOORE. TELEGRAPH MD REGISTER, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CRTOHR fc JIOORE. Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, - - - - - , - S3. 00 Advertising, one dollar per square for IhB first in- sertion, and 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- ions will be charged at the same rales as advertise- ments. Announcements jof Canditates for office 5 iu advance. All Advertisements uot marked with the length of time desired for publication, will be inserted until forbid, and charged accordingly. (D9 All communications intended for the Telegraph must be addressed post-paid to the Editor. , LAW ON NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not gireexpress...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 August 1848

ous obstruction in tho river, and is occasioned by a ' large rock in the middle of the stream, at the beginning of a short bend, with a narrow channel on either side, while, a large rock projects from the right bauk, imme- diately in the bend of the liver, which endangers tho safety of boats either in ascending or descending ; tho rock is a compact, secondary Baud ttone ; can bo easily blown out ; and, when onco removed, the most seri- ous difficulty in the navigation of the river will be ob- viated. Five miles below "White Rock, Duncan's shoal is sit- uated; this shoal consists of a stratum of soft tertiary .sand stone, extending entirely across the river; there is. not more than eight inches water over it at low wa- ter mark ; tho river is of ordinary width, and the water flows remarkably rapid. This obstruction can be ea- sily removed by pickaxes, mattocks, etc. From this shoal to Patrick's landing the distance is JO miles. About mid way between the two points is situated the Pec...

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

"qgSjfimfc mcsms wheiherit shall be guided by a President, a la Araerique, or Trois Consuls; I think theformer with Lamartino tho best thinff they cau do, as I bolievo ho is a sincere man. The Itappel is being daily beaten calling soldiers to arms. Yesterday a party or laborers on a plain near this city (about 50,000) all armed and ready to march for a demonstration on the Government, were frustrated, being entirely surrounded by tho National Guard and compelled to leave tho place ono by one, each man leaving his gun behind him ; their demand being only 2f. per day and to do no work, (such being their idea of liberty, equality and fraternity ) It is impossible to walk three hundred feet in any of the public streets without encountering mobs of Blousses or Ouvriers, numboring from one to three hundred talking sedi- tion. I am this time staying at a different Hotel to the last, where no English is spoken, so that I can improve my- self in French ; tho fact is, where they undertake to ...

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

ifi.rer"m- k ? tTo Planters and Families in Texas. 39 A Ui of the following named articles which huve obtained great , XLpopularity, are told only in Houston by Grceibeeek U. Co, EobcrCi Co., and by Eliot, in Galveston, Labsulie, Perkins and , Bobcrti. TO THE LADIES. The Genuine Balm of Columbia, for Restoring the Hair. "Long hair u a glorv to woman," lays Pnu!, And ail feel the truth of the pious quotation ; Preserve it then, ladies yonr glory may fall, Unless jou protect it with this prciication. If you wish a rich, luxuriant head of hair, free from dandruff and scurf, do not fail to procure the genuine Balm of Columbia. In cases of boldness it will more than exceed your expectations. Many who hare lost their hair for twenty j ears have had it res- tored to the original perfection by the use'of this Balm. Age, estate or condition appears to bo no obstacle whatever; it also causes the fluid to Sow with which the delicate hair tube a tilled, by which means thousands (whose hair was ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 August 1848

. THiMig S3 is advance. Published Weekly, or $5 at the easel oi the year . t mJ VOL. XTIL NO. 22--WHOLE NO. 659 BY CRQGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, THUESDAY, AUGUST 10, J 848. TELEGRAPH MD REGISTER. Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CttTTGKIt fc JIOOK.E. terms: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, S3. 00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the first in- sertion, and fifty cents lor each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchauts and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction fro.n the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards Political and Personal commuuica- ions "will be charged at the same rates as advertise- ments. Announcements of Cand.tatcs for office 5 iu advauce. yV.V Ail Advertisements not marked with the length of lime desired for publication, will be inserted until forbid, and charged accordingly. ID" AH communications intended for the Telegraph must be addressed post-paid to the Editor. LAW ON NE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 August 1848

toko all the moisture from the -mortar, leave it too dry to harden, and the consequence is that when a build- ing of this description is taken down of its own accord the mortar falls from it liko so much sand. New York Suii IRELAND THE POLICY OF THE IRISH LEADERS. The Dublin Nation of the 10th contains a very in- teresting report of tho Mass Meeting of the Irish Con- federation, on the Gth. In the course of the evening Mr. Meagher appeared and made an address of great power and eloquence. in which he explained the policy adopted by himself and colleagues, in relation to the transportation of Mitchell. We make the following extract: ."Citizens of Dublin Since we last assembled iu this hall, an event has occurred which decides our fate. We are no longer masters of our lives. They belong to the country to liberty to Vengeance. Loud cheers. Upon the walls of Newgate a fettered haud has inscribed this destiuy : We shall be the martyrs or the rulers of a revolution. 'Oue, two, three aye h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 August 1848

-s ,- considerable power, advocated the bill, on tbe ground that the grave necessities of the mo- ment, when all was uncertainty respecting the designs of Louis Napoleon, required it. The.discussion was. extended to some length. On the final vote it was determined by a strong majority that Louis Napoleon should be ad- mitted, on proving ihat he is a French citizen. As a consequence of this onatment three Na- poleonic journals wore started in Paris. In one town in Kentucky, Covington, three hundred active whigs are said to have signed a pledge not to vote for Taylor. As Mr.Crittenden is accused of betray- ing Clay, he is in a fair wav of being beaten. Boston Post. The following is a list of whig papers in Ohio, which have "Bolted the nomination of Gen. Taylor: Warren Chronicle, Massilon Telegraph, Ohio Star, Ashtabula Sentinel, Cleveland True Democrat, Medina Whig, Painesville Telegraph, Lorain Courier, Lepanan Star, Butler County Whig, ML Vernon Times, Ohio Reposit- ory, Conneant Re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 August 1848

ESS-gT fy " " - .-.I - ,. ,. "To'Planters and Families in Texas. ALL of ti following named articles w Inch have obtained great popularity', are sold only in Houston by ,Gioetbeeck & Co., Roberts k. C., and by .Eliot, in Galveston, Labadie, Perkins end EobnU. TO THE LADIES. The Genuine Balm of Columbia, for Restoring the Hain i, "Lon luur n a glory to woman," says Paul, And all feel tho truth of the pious quotation ; Preserv it then, ladies your g'ory may fall, Unless tou rirotect it with this mi oration. If you wish a rich, luxuriant head of hair, free from dandruff and lcurl, no not fail to procure the genuine Balm uf Columbia. In cases of baldness it ivi'l more than exceed your expcclutions. Many who hae lost the'r hair for twenty years have had it res- tored to the original perfection by the ue of this Balm. Age, state or condtion appears ta be no obstacle whatever; it also causes the fluid to Son w th v-hich the delicate hair tube is filial, by "which means thousands (whose ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 August 1848

" ' """" WBSBEW I nut WBBgMyflTTFTI''SSMrTEd LJL UWTSXKni.l JJT1 i ' g gjgiuMBa"jPggggBarg --- -. i -m- - ' ' - l i humi ! i i i ! n ? rrwneawi wwa T23&tff.$,--.3 in advance. Published WeeMy or 85 at the end oi the year BY CRUGER & MOORE. HOUSTON THUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1848. VOL. XIII. N0.33-WHOLE lrO.660 TELEGRAPH AND REGISTER, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CRUGER fc MOOIIE. - Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, - - - - - - $3. JDO Advertising, ouo dollar per square for the first in sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or less to constitute asquare. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal communica- ions will be charged at the same rates as advertise- ments. Announcements of Canditates for office $5 in advance.. All Advertisements not marked with the length of time desired for publication, will bo inserted ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 August 1848

;j"SjeJ-"!i5v" ?5rSrs & The peculiar form inwhich this request was made, and the tone in which it was ut- tered, put it almost out of the power of the farmer to say no. 'Go is there and sit down,' he answered, ? pointing to the kitchen, 'and I will see my wife and hear what she says.' And Mr. Wade went into the parlor where r the supper table stood, covered with a snow- v white cloth, and displaying his wife's set of blue-sprigged china, that was only brought out on special occasions. Two tall mould - candles were burning thereon, and on the health blazed a cheerful hickory fire. 'Hasn't that old fellow g.me vet V asked . fcMrs. Wade. She had heard his voice as he returned from the door. 'No, and what do you suppose 1 He wants us to let him stay all night. 'Indeed, and we'll do no such thing! We ' can't have the likes of him in the house, no how. Where could he sleep V 'Not in the best room, even if Mr. -N should'nt come.' No, indeed!' 'But I really don't see. Jane, how we can t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 August 1848

rt 1 p. 1 given a stable prospect to Herrera's administration, whiclralone can ensure success to any people. - A military force was expected from the interior at Vera Cruz, to command the Forts?and Castle. A disturbance occurred at a Ball at Vera Cruz a few nights before the Ohio left, which resulted in the death of two Anf ricaus and five Mexicans. Sales at Vera Cruz by the Government Auctioneer, previous to the departure of the U. S. authorities; At Public Sale. Mere rubbish, such as no one wanted ; although full sales of public property were advertised. Private Sales. U. S. ship St. Louis cost some twenty thousand dollars when ehe sailed from Phila- delphia toVera Cruz, sold unbeknown except to the purchaser, for the amount, as understood (and if not so let the Government deny it) of five, hundred dollars ! The U. S. steampr Mary Somen (Iron) that cost the Government some thirty thpusaud dollars, and for which many purchasers were in the market, was sold for some twelve or thirte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 August 1848

'--v&r '-' Tr-S " 1fr-2&v- re&it & lfir To Planters and Families in Texas. A -LX of the following named articles which have obtained peat . . r jp.ilnnty, are told only in Houston by Groevbeeck b. Co., """-Kobert & Co., and by Eliot, in Galveston, Labodie, Perkins and Roberts. TO THE lADIES. The Genuine Balm of Colombia, for Restoring tho Hair. , "Long hair u a glory ta woman," tays Taul, And all feel the truth of the pious quotation ; ' Preserve it then, ladies your glory may fall, Unless you jirotect it with thu prei aration. i If you wish a rich, luxuriant head of ha-r, free from dandruff and'scurf, do cot fail to procure the genuine Calm of Columbia. In cases of baldness it will more than exceed your expectation'. Many who have lost the r hair fur twenty years have bad it res- tored to the original perfection by the use of this l!slm. Afe, v state or condition appears to be no obstacle whatever; it also causes the flmd to flow wth which the delicate hair tube...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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