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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 August 1848

'V " XaS register wsm J;ilJ--- 3 in atlrasacc. or S3 at tht? ckdot ikv - - ' f JS55- i ft J ?v - "We " tj? Published Weekly. . dnr 9 BCRLJGER &MOOKK x. . v v rms TET.TOTI APH Attn RftTST,EHk a MUU.4AUA& u AAiii '"" .uJ UhlSanwn QiihsiKf inpi?ratKifcihirSrh.H nanntifl. PaKished every Tjursuay, Main Street, Houog4jyt 'CRUGER fc .MOORE. terms: Subscription for One Year, or Ejfty:TwoNam- bsfi, - - - - S3.- Uv Advertising, one dollar per square for the hnt in- sertion, and fifty ceuU for each subsequent iusertiou. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. , To Merchants and others adrertising byJthc year, a reasonable deduction from tho abpe?Srate8 will be made.. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal communica- ion3 "will ba char red at the same rates as advertise- iL -mentsl- Annonn cements of Canditates for ofiico 5 in advance. All .Advertisements not marked with the length of time desired forp-ibhcation, will be inserted until forbid, -and eharired accordingly. 2!' .v ttXAll...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 August 1848

'--06W"' "-., tjE .- -all csnse of warbeUvcen thetwo countries. Congress concurred inline removal-of tho troops into Texas. Alter this concurrence In7 and sanction of, tho acts of ,t;ioPresident, the ttoopsofMexico passed the bouuuary ofTexas, andaUacT&d"th&JlSop3 of the United States . - ihns,cou1ii:ningtJie wajiSjKd existed wifli Texan, SndjincorpOTatod by annexion into life national affairs oflheUnited Slates. The occupancy of Texan soil byAinericaardops, was uo'cause of war on their part, Jjt afforded an opportunity tcFMexico of putting her .rtFireata Into execution. No objection was ever made, 5ornyShestion raised -as to the propriety of the course "sidop&d and pursued by the President. This must be pieSconclusiou, tliaUt, uol otlly met tlie sanci.ou 01 jCongress, but the approvurof every friend of anncxa- jtitmV.j.t Is insisted by the honorable gentleman (Mr. IjCaSjou) that Congres, Tdouc has the power to de- jsclarb war. "In this cise it was useless. War had feve ...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 August 1848

' w' &: -s - said boundary in its whole course tojliietniduth, of the Uio Bravo del Norte. They shall keep, journals and mark out plans oftheir opera- tions; and the result agreed upon by them, "hall be deemed a part of this treaty, atid.shall 'have the same force as if it were interested therein. The two governments will amicably- agree regarding what may bi necessary to these persons, and ulso as to their respective escorts, auuuiu ouuu uwii-wiyw t -, f The boundary Jine established by-tliis ar- tide shall be religiously- respected'by each of the two republicsj'andfnochangdshall e'er be made therein, except by the express and free consent of bntb nations, lawfullgiven by the general government of each, in con formity with its ovn-constitution. Article VI. The vessels andcitizens of the U. States shall, la all time, have a free and uninter- rupted passage byjhe Gulf of California, and by the river Colorado below its confluence with the Gila, to and from their possessions situat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 August 1848

w mr: WW' yv K- To TlanfmdJEailies hi Texas. T L TIT. nf tha ialiQWlnVsmmed articiM which "itavft olitAinefTVreal A IX of the follovoBgtamjdjuticlejyliich'l-.avc o'.jtamtiTjrtat Roberts & Co., end by Eiiut,1nGalvcstD!?r, pibidie, Perkins and Roberta. . w sjgJSjf V TO THgaipgSJ The Genoino Balai of CiilurKpffSr storing the Hair. OjbBghair"ls a-glory to woman," says Paul, " Aniall feel the truth of tfie-picuvtjuotation, d. Preterrit then, ladies your glorymay fall, Unless you protect it with tliu procuration. If you wish a rich, luxuriard. head of hair, free from dandruff and scurf, do not fail L procure the genmneJBalra cf Columbia. In eases ofhgldness it Mill mora than excetfljfjg'jr expectations. iMany who'haVelosi their hair fur twenty Titan have hod it res- toredto the original perfection by tlie ue of thu Bairn. Age, statcor condition appears to be no obstacle whatever; it also - jcaascs the fluid to flow with whidi tho delicate hair tube is filled, JjbTwhich means thousands...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 August 1848

jKT-t,fr g in advance. BY CRCJGER & MOORE. TELEGRAPH-AND REGISTER,. Published every Thursday, Main Street, Ilouston. bj; CRVGER & JUOOUE. teems: v Subscription for One Year, or Fiftv-Two -Numbers, - - -j $3. 00. Advertising, cue dollar per square for tho fifct in- sertion, aud fifty ceutTfor each subsequent insertion." Ten linos or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from tho above rates will be made. v Steamboat cards Political and PersonaLcommunicaj ion3 will bs charged at tho taine rates as 'advertise- ments. . - y m:j - Announcements of Canditales for office '5 in advance. J w All Advertisements, not marked'vvilh the-length of time'desired for publication, will be inserted untH forbid, and charged accordingly. " Jt ? HIT All communications intended'for thenTelegraph mast bo addressed post-paid to the .hditor.. LAW ON NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers wlio do not give express notice totaVcontrair, are considered wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 August 1848

--fW r i xvherearmiescame to a shoifk and vomited thunder on immense raOitary IJnef, was so great-a number of generalfficors disabled as t otf 'tins. The reasonofSnfllvBry simple. In this etreetfigthing agalnsoncealed enemjes, wl?3it was necessary to dislodge from their thousand ambuscades, all the.Generals were obliged'to bathe first in the ranks of the brave SjOopffih"gy had to lead to thattaek of the " Tbarricaaeg These attacks were for the Ge- ineralB officers, and for the troop?, National " 'Guard?, troops of the'lineand the Gada Mo- ?HbTlet5long series of brilliant feats of arms." - Offcity hasbeen visited byone of the severest storm1? thafPhas 'occurred here eiiice the Fall of '4G. Tho windrcoutinued to b'ow fresh from the east until the jugSfTof the 17th when jt increased lo a perfect gale, .sweeping down trees, signbords aud fences. The water romSme bay xose to an unusual height, flooding the streets to above thejSiiarkct. On yesterday the wind changed to the Soat'i?cest an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 August 1848

p t -4 nia. This right it is said consists of Farms, Forts, &c. -These were offered to our 'gov. ernment for one million of dollars. But it ap. pears, from the correspondence of the Delta that a delegate from Oregon, who fortunately visited. Washington at the time the agent was making the proposition, stated that the pos- sessory rights areentiiely worthless, consist, ing of a few old forts and warehouses that are in a state of decay, and which if not purchas- ed by the United States, will necessarily" be abandoned. The proposition to purchase them has been laid before the Senate by the President, but will probably not be acted up- on until the next session. The nomination of Gen. Kearney asjMajor General has been confirmed by the Senate. Mail Robbery. Capt. Shell,, postmaster r jbw of this city, has received a letter from the post? master at Bastrop, containing the information that the mail bag which. .was lost between Washington 'and Bastrop a week or two ago, has been found. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 August 1848

w 5f5s & r& tot. -G Jt jEm JA3IES HENDERSON, ATTORNEY AT IAVTHd0X,, TEXAS. OFFICE on Main Street, aJiiW.doors above the Telegraph Office, in the Sjwlding. 1 j GGO ADMINISTRATOR'SmOTICE. O N the 27th day of March, A. D. J848,thohon. Probate Court for Fort Bend Countv and State of m.. T?-i--i.. - - , T.' r 1 . - i exas, graaiefipjue unaereignca openers oi .antntn- istration wTthneElato of the late Edwardfjtfoutnome- ry, dec'dTljIpersons having claims sgamst said es-! tate,-are hereby' required to present the- same wi Kin ; the time presenbedby uw. c jg ZT HANDON, A&ufr. j Richmond,th Anglic, 1848. uft6G0J T "" NOTICE. LETTERS of Vdmintruticii'.bavnn been granted to the undersigned, on the ifciato of E!i7 ibeth Bowles, d&ceascd, bvthehon. Probate Conn of Harris CoimttthTJuly Term. A.'D.41&48, thereof. All persons jidebjje'd to said e'tatcjare iequtsted to make imrnediatep'ayment, and thoelfo!d.ng claims against the-same, are notified, to present them properly au- th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 September 1848

-TOJFr'-efn iTlvaiBce- - a5 V .Published JSWecL'Ty. - ' , " '. ?T $ ' " ""'' : ' 3 at: icSoloh5::: "" ' v - ' , , . - - r'- - i - - ; ' - t J. rs? rSsr -. ' " ' . .. ' . . -jk- j r - bcruSBSL1 .fThV -,- . v. T7 . TTrTTQnnOA1?'nnTJTT'RS AV KT?:PTF:MR-17.T? .7,.';? fttfff ' '&, ftR. XI Nf) ?--A7irffT.T?JTT?;5o.- 4 TELEJRAPHDltGp!rER Published every Thursday, Ma1nStrcgt.Hqutonb CRUGER moS1fSsL tiffed t e "r jr s : WT&toiJ&d Subscription for One Year, "og-jftJNuirij oers. - -1 'iiiiMiini -ii- fi Adpertisin-r. 0110 dollar perisq uareforMh e first iu-1 8ortion, aud fifty cents forcTgsuVsegujeiiiSrtimri xea nnps or jess iu wli:.tiii5cijia.. w t. ...? TVi WRrnhnnts and other3'adveriiMUfr4ivi4ha,vear?a reasonable deduction rfbnl&b,0rutwiIUbe Stestrabaat cards Political WlJersonal confrnmrijsp iotts will bo charged at-thotsainBJrdteasSdvrtisc- Announcements of Canditatea'for "office S.5?in? advance. HM M& ' ,. JP ti a 1 r t.t fii!rt.- lx, iirr time deaircd for publicatiFff...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 September 1848

9t V- Jff due-toone)fithose classes, letters coadminis- tration mustln alUcajesdje takco'OuL, Diinn ATCTfi AtrrnKIfTICATION.- To satislV.tlleCQtintitl;QfficeE3J!:that, tKo k . - hr.lKl3,b mnnpv the. ie3gudgeceo tb( -sraSSlfmrtifvtdifteiBcrcdibjIity,. tKpSrSon4oclaiming?isthewiajJvy o& cHigffeoT The. deceased 3. jQwjMf it Ijg chliamTOof itgeyand theonlr childim itbejay tlfatip 3finnnp.ntfii jnteresteq, a. vm , ,; iTfilateoEJhrckrk of the, conrt.to accom .pamShJyAhe&Sl ofhjs'tfEcft if he has one, andiLnot, annexcdjto Wlioro. Irtrr."tf5t trationV'arcTdnv'arSed.nhe-VTOUbt beip'roven tot be truaopiebTficleilc ortheoartoi ficer!ngjnenu;itlih&Uii aboveorts.nbsenee.-acQpuntcid for- -we '. nim -r--'CT cnT31TttT?S. Tnfafiases iferethe 'soldier has beendis- chjudv&efheTnyijgtor not at thejimc of preswitatTp'rBtim ,the capjam'j, descrip.j tive.cWtTficWoufd-'be-foi warded to this of- fir.fi?Md"'Joobtia tb'e bounty land or script: the discharge arTd 'surgeon's certificate should' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 September 1848

- sews V m couutofAho Irish disturbances and dns decline in , -.,, , .'j -? life. vorK,ior voaana numauuj. .men: uic uuu- the corn market. If the Insli had gained any ;decivo; g of yreart3 upon .which you mirrhtoperate, and victoryrthe cotton market would have continued to Jjo Sja( ft0 -virtue -aud happineEs. . If you have been so for- . .1 1- t. T V T 1 1aJ depresses, as ine causes wnica; nan qepressea-usji k: lajjmayTyeiUitor a Uriel Be: t- force -UiatJEihud Isnccntrdtiiig around, her,-but IfucmJatriot leaders arc 3u7y" cauTionffaTwoli Hs brave, thurftvill wait for a f.ivnrah!r momeut..atldvllieiukin- rdtf. ., - .. . UBS... IT 'JJSm uipijia opacoimres oi irecao.nsiinuiiuuruuoij'""" ounfeJiIfin5i Wheuever the Irfjh, canbe'nuitecl" tomakenocommpu effort for freedom, thgffiuglSIi armies must quail bufore-tho lremendotfs,muiofjpjt riotstBat wlii gather around therecufbanuer of Erin? - - " m. JSes. Shields. It was slated, several weckssincea in Uie.SNatioaatmteiii'jcncer, that oen.jshi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 September 1848

".. ' """ "2 -. l To Planters ancl. Families in Texas. A: liL of the following nanwarticIeVWch have oMainedsreat .popularity, are'sold only in jflounfyrbeec) P- IOBI Koberts fc-Co:, oidiyJllioa-GalTestiio.JJabttdit Pcrkinsnnd Roberts. 1 -. - - vs?4 TO TJIELADIESr , - The Genuine Balm oTKIumif6rSest0ringthcflair. And all feci thetruth'Olepious quotation;, . .r, . Vre?erveTit then, Jitdiea-yo'ur pldrymayYall ' . '- Unless Touprotect'it wjui this-'preparation. " ''"5" lfou5v5lf2?r.chV1n3Urial:liead bf'bair, free fromfiiandrufF and scurf, do(tiot Jail to-pjrjcure tnecnume ualnvot-lAiiumuia atrt lmimrt1! rirh "lessvar .for.thenoiletSffWuneuuaired iUiolds'Uiree.luncsaS much-aspth- cf.rarscalled 'hair-festuratiYusQahd isuadreefiectual. . ", -j JCLGjomoKi Ncvpr bay it unlejsiyoii Jjndthe.narae-of 3onu5ct,&?,GMproirietorj,joii the wrapper, cfcjrjjottlc, .or vou'are -cheated witha-countirfeiUtrticle. " - -' $-,.- - Sfe - "v "-;''--- yCm'SMSiaiJilS-EXTSACTOR: : -iriTvpBiiD.:s-w6NSBP.taoNqu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 September 1848

- wcjgawEawgg'gmi yWlnnprt''M-gya- agggt,- ''t-jwmj; uuqy - -ri3!KXW(r?- T?L 'TBS" (M r XPJFlSJfl&ttgS in advance. rsa naT-.-,- Published WceLly oiSat the end oJktlilSxeai 1 - H? i j --- . "- - ,W-' - - - i mi jmjMrtiw, "-JpfS IKi a BrCRUJG-ER& MOORE. . " JgSSB&RlPxHND REGISTER; .Published evervlThursdayi JIain Street, Houstonby J. a ' CRWQR fc MOOllE. . A r teems:- 4 Subscription for One Year,or Fifty-Two TJ"un- " bers. - - - -7-3 83. 00 Advertising, ouesdollarperquaror the first in- pgnion, uuu.iiiij vciiik mr eacn miDseqtieiu insertion. TTen?liaes orlesi to constitute a square." VTcftSterchauts and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be .Sade7f' "- "V J3 " . f Steamboat cardvPoliticaland Personal commnnica- . ions 'will beychurged 'at' the same rates as advcrtise- imems. AnnouncamentaofGarrditatosjfortrogiceAifSo in Sauce'. i-?9Sr f v X&'W " adv "All Advertisements not markeditlijtho-iength of .iime desired forpiiblicat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 September 1848

"S'-p-'-iMSerR r l?SsS5"' - 3 ' I iead letters"which had been received from, PrineeWflrpnzow, the commanller-inichiefof the RusSjanforcesn Circassia,ndrom Lr. AndreoskJ&his pffysician, detailmga new and successful plan df'lreatinguuFfiJrmrdaS'.e diseaser,It1VMldappearJlh'afthe" Prince's attenlinja3firdranU(5thematteribynb. ticingtIaceaTiPregimentfcof Cd'ssacks' sunreb5lightly5rrbhrchoIeras compared with iBeotnertroops. Ou inquiry "ofthe Colbriel7"KetleaTned that the. recoveiy of the CossacksJvaYa'nru5tSdto - theVuse of an elixir caile'd the Elixir" ofWbroheg-e a pre-' paratibniof as6Tnevhat quacUishdescription, therjTrim!ipalwiinrtantnTge3ient .ofvliich wasnaphthaTDr.ndiebsky, .finding the quantilyiSflixiliJpDssessfon of the Colonel 10 hemalldgtermiriedUft tiy naphtha bpit-self:-nefirstijsc(llMn mild case's of cholera and offGh leTadftniiEeaY proving success- ful with"uUeseT5h"e administered in the more severe'casesVitli eqfial'advantagJ and finally found itferfeeVa cure even du...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 September 1848

"tiWW1!1 -5j W". "- dfc-a- ItA &?: 'j. m dt '$ 13? 4t ft. if s fho barricade, in which the Ganadiatili JiwiRIie ? be! it, and, hi 1I18 melee, onuapf.thajAmerieiinpart'vifcraa' li.nilv haaten. taken urisoner. thrown urrltTio 'SiRr fctructure, aud held suspended o7orJhe2nwUlnv?ibo wpathjyjhuhedd and heels, and hnailyeleaSedjiwKen lie madeliis escjpetoiheA.lnerican8ide aud Hie CanadidSslrcmaiued'aPthe barrirvarinVfritlin rnmnindnr if the day. The buHiiesaljfdhlbrrdgetuiil- probably; bo suspended for a scusoiu The matter in dispute will j ppute jirobaUlVrledu'to nsuiCatlaxv 3a- JO&3rtGORIERCI'.I? t" - .fraocrrkicr rr .1. l.-. ivj.iltc.uiMiipii.ijra v mi sS UurdiyJEiyniiig, SepL 2, JS48. o-Therewos'a fair demand jip to ??S50t)ir Vmi&rfo-ind DircKaspnTaTlibo CoTrox-Therewas'a fJ'r demand jip to Fridaj'.j nnd 8omS50o3 bafefs'io'inu pjrch'aspr3aTlib6lit JuM. we ks prices. Ytsterday-and to-day hare'beeii veryL t, uiul the saIo of the two days amount only to qmet . .nn Uiiio Tho m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 September 1848

msai?V' "'"l'"" I I'.' ,"fc..' BC3""1 -W ?''- ijjvssjjj.,-- as-- m X; s-J - aaj .. JBt-.-lmJ Jf. -jpai IRi?foiton'sTnbJlforyiB euro orClilllnnd'Fever,. debility S g JleteXi&t roceired and foslciVtiie.bdxTordozenfBt dt '"f Itf. To Planters; andFamilies in Texas. ALL of tho following named'articlcs which have obtained great popularity,' aresold otily'in Houston by Groesbeeek & Co., Robert fc Co., andby Eliot, in Galveston,' "Lsbodio, Feikias and .-iliobertf, ' - . I '.' JJPH'1" TO TUB LADIES. - -' i TncIG6nuine)Balirirof Coljynbia, Jor.Restojring the Halrf ' "H. UlJonfliatr i a glory toSroman",',-Hiy'l,n'u!" fdaV.drulT ,andicur-ido'rnot fail to nrocnra the sc'nuine Balm of .Columbia. Jn'caMs'Sf -baJdnotK'iLVill more than exceed your cxixxtationr.- . , 'Many'jvhoTjave,lott. theip hair for twenty years have had it rca- ' torcdjSktbonginat; perfection hy tho iise'of thisllalm. Ago, statooicohdition appears to'be no "olmnclc whatever ; it also" jcauies tlie'fluid tot)ow with which...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 September 1848

-- DEMOC EG ISTE nmc 3Pil.?Z-.m 3 isi advance. Publishcil Wcclily, or $5 at the end of the year- B CRUGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1848. VOL. XIIL NO. 39--WHOLE WO. 666 3 DATIP TCI ITPBAEIIJ AMfl TETV&C D 1111 1 IV I bklllifil SI Mill I k Afll II V t" i TEEESRAPH AND REGISTER l5 Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CHCGEB fc MOORE. terms: Sabacriptioa for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, .--.-- 33. 00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the first in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. Tp 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 be inserted until forbid, and charged accordin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 September 1848

fc-l V vt Leigu Hunt, m enumerating tho different species of wit, has failed to mention one very coramou khid unappreciated wit. Ho certainly d:d not omit it because ho did not believe in its existence ; for some of his own wit was of this sort. Ho could not have neg- Jcctcd it on account of its insignificance; for sotnenof "YrreTiighest achievements of wit have belonged to this class; ' Ono of tho most trying circumstances in life is tosay somelhing that you consiucrparticulariy good, and then jphear a remark frem one of yo ir auditors, which shows 'thathc is perfectly innocent of comprehending it. The Bright idea is kindled In your mind, and flashes in your t-ce like the lightning if tho ihe-ny. You exp-ct to 4eo an ausWe ring flash in thefacea of those aioimd yon, tb.it iniead thereof, you perceive the mast solemn dark- .iess. You might as well have kept dark. A summer -eyoaiug cloud, which, after having ilasnd and flushed "to its fellow clouds iu perfect exuberance of i-pirits, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 September 1848

"(GEP Huiden's Magazine fur sJeptuaiber, is .ilia most,ijeautilul, interesting iuidicheupesl pcrio dicalth"at ,ve have received .during the past month ' We are happy to leant that the orders iesued a few weeks since by thr War Department for the disband- ing of all the Hungers on onr frontier, are so ambigu- ous and indefinite, thai the Governor has concluded to retain the Rauers at their respective posts, until fur- theradvicesBre received Irom the'D'e partmental Wash- ington. We have been informed that Col. Bell was or- drrcd to disband the baitallion ofRangereunder hiscom- maud but there were only two companies of this batlul lion remaining in the service at the time the order was is- sued; and, at the time it was received, these compare had been disbanded aud again mustered into service If the order were coustrued so as to relate to the regi- ment of Texas Rangers, every post, along the whole ladian, country, from Red' River to the Rio Grande, would have been abandoned, aud all ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 September 1848

5N2 ? Iu County of Harris. $ Fall Term, A. 1). 1S48. No. 1633. Robert Lockart, ) Tn iie Stertff of Harris coun- vs. ly, Greeting : David McFadden. rXTOJ are hereby commanded by making publica- JL lion of this citation in some newspaper published iu said county, for four successive weeks previous to re- turn day hereof, to summon David McFaiden to be and appear at a district court to be holden at the court house in the city of Houston in and for said county on 1he 7th Monday after the 4th Monday iu September, A. D. 1848, lo answer the petit o.i ol R. Lockart, as administrator of the estate of J. P. Lowery, deceased, as exhibited against him in said court. The petition alleges that plaintiff's intestut James P. Lowery, recovered a judgment against defeudaut on the 22d day of April, A. D. 1843, at the spring term of the district court for Hards county, for the ram of $26,500 00 debt, aud 2004 6G cts. interest, and 7,05 east ; that since the rendition of said judg- ment, the said Lowery...

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