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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 October 1848

lg .WMHWjBft r-v i'-fa' "-& isi .'itUance. Pnblishcei ft ccLIy. or 5 at the CRgfcl the. year a . BjCji(JGER& MOOlti:. 1 VOL. Iff. NO. 40-WSOLE -K'O. 6. mwcbsfK2&caa Hi"! - " - - -v TEEEtg&PH AKB-BEGISTER, P j'oliskcd evc-i jt Tddrsda; . Mai.i Street, Hou&ten, fe CliUGEII. & .HOOKS. tcems: . S description for'Qne Year or FfftyIKvo Num bers. T.A-jft S3- " AdVertisiinr. ono dollar ter sauarefor Ihri first m. 3rtion,Aand fifty "cents for each subseauent-iiisSrtion feu linesror less to. constitute ite a square;!? Wl! aTo Mereh-iutsaud othenfadvortising bv the yearjai rettsonajaipjfrqeaacuaii irom ino-aoove raiep win oe made,nH - 1 ' t , J. Jl .' - -1 , . " .. . SteamBaatLcaTds, Political and Personal commnnicaS ioaswill bejeharged at thc,sajmerates as a'dverftse- meaisr JM ttsi. j' fisF Announcements of'. Can dilates for, ofcoVS5, in advance. - .. 'Wte-M . All Advertisements not-marked vYdUjulIength " time desinyffoTJpublicjtfonirill-b'e insetteduutil forbid, and ...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 October 1848

-if ! sfn.''j jc aaw ss-. toa-"- Ticw -sMgr V A V '&: 3 t 11 l j -CI5fehc mM1 on the very verge of revolt", aud ii report reached Pans lastfevening that the Democrats had takeu.posscss.on of (nre?foru?and Sectored that they 'would no longer recognizeCharIes Albert as King) but this morning it is'coalrSilicted. The conduct of the King is violently criticised hinearly all tho journalfpublished in his do riiiSofls,. but he has not yet uttered a word of recrimi- natJoS "Hibtory," gays hisjlastproclamatiou, "will, "judge as to the truth bftfio accusations directed against r him." - "v Anrmistico of six weeks has been concluded be- tweelrRadetskv and Charles. Albort.-on terms of sreat Jfrigor forThe latter.- IleVngagch to resign to the Au.- jlnans all tho posts which he hclajby Ins troops iu lom- bardj aqd to givo up VcuieeiWoaena, L'arnia aim iLdccaf On the other hand.-his force, some twenty pCoiftwenty-five thousand men, are to be allowed to "inarch unmolested into Sardinia, takinz ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 October 1848

vrarasw iMfp?-" "U -yyw- -tr- " rjT- I ? rW.v'- -.- v - 4 X v sp At ' & -. jy- p --b- Fo DRTIUD ESFATCH.' Another despatch was leceived allthoVTeierjrapl! Oitice, bat iu u very imperfect state, owing vrobelievc, to the storm lianas blown down soinoTtheposts.onJ F thejpostsipn the line, causing tha wires to sw,pep the groundaWn- jjtervais, and thus intcrruptifejthQ communication. , The despatch facing so tmperfoctj-tho operator declined to famih it, but we aie 'indebted to him for a state--jinenl of its substancc,vso far as it couldbe ascertained as follows A "" fc 4 Coltoa was unchanged. "" T hhiows from France is very unsatisfactory, the Socialists4 haying been ,gaimuggrbuiiJ. ,Lumurtine aulPCavaiguic'weVe not oirgood-term-J. Gre-st dis- satisfaction was Mt, in consequence 'of the decree suppressing the" Clubs. This despatch has particulars of the insurrection in fTTeland, agreeing witli what is given above jn part, ad adJs that the regiment of BulF:, in Ireland, were said to b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 October 1848

m&iiggS4i F& : rrvv?Kmq!tBrirt, t j -" V e - f - i IF 4" A . -. fe '" 1L JT A. WSlINISTRATRIX NOTICE. $ ' TVTOTIGfi js.hcreby given that at The August term, J. A. D. lrMSof tho county court of Washington counivjan order of said conrtnvasmarWappointiurrJ . the undersigned administratrix of the estate of Fletch- er W. Hubert, dee'd, arid that she tifcs this day given bond, and qualified as such, and received letters of ad- ministration. AH persons hav mg claims against the estate of Bald Fletcher W. Hubert are required to pre- sent them to theliudersigned within tho time preScri- bodjjvjaw. T JEs MARY ANN HUBERT, Adm'x or "Jdj-- " Fletcher W. Hubort. dee'd. j leptember 6th, 18 IS Ct 665 TTefSTate of Texas, $ In the Di-(nct Court, to County, of Harris. $ 1 all Term, A. D. lt48. . - ,j..STo. 1633. ,- Robert Loclart, ) To th: Sccnf of Harris coun- ts. ty, Greeting: David -RfcFadden. ) YOU are hereby commanded by making publica- tion of this citation in some newspaper published in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 October 1848

s y TJE1&3IS 3 In lulvaiscc. JP ublisit f ti " eel It? or $3 at the euJ of the year BY CRUG-ER & MOOEE. HOUSTOK, THURSDAY, OCTOBBER ".', 184S. VOL. XIII. NO. 41--WIK-LE NO.-G68 TELEGRAPH AND REGISTER, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CS.UGER &JIOOUE. , T E It MS : Subscription for Ono Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, S3. 00 Advertising, one doliar per square for the first in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from tho above rate's will bo nvide. Steamboat card, Political and Personal communica- ions will be charged at the same rates as advertise- ments. Announcements of Canditates for ofneo 35 in advance. All Advertisements not marked with the length of time desired for publication, will be inserted until forbid, and charged accordingly. ILfAll communications intended for the Telegraph must be addressed post-paid to the Ed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 October 1848

k . fc " -O, " 5- Gent. ''What, sir! Stand yo thus like one who has not reason in his soul, while this poor Least, whoso . every pore's a fount of gushing strength, grows vale- J tudinary 'neath Sol's oppressive rays? Ye volatilo i barbarian ! " Stab. (Laughing still more tin rest rain edly.) I can't understand a word you say, sir, but I spose you want your horso pul upl" Gent. "Stupidity unequalled! Lindlord! fulmi- nate your censures against the tardy churl, who thus manifests oppunnatioit to nn desires : and conduct jne to secluded apartments, an 1 bring restoratives ofthe I most vivific character, to reinstate in their former pow- j er tho varying energies of my exhausted frame." j Land. (Laughing.) "I will, sir." j Gent. "Preposterous! And you, sir, mute in the disgraceful merriment of our ut.nion ! I should real- j iy surmise mysea me nrsi 01 me.species vou nau ei cr beheld." Landlord. (Laughing still more.) " Indeed you are, sir." Gznt, "Terminate this prol.x scene, and oflic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 October 1848

e--- --. found, although there was an unusually large public meeting in ihe town. While the parly has such champions, the Democrats may re- main entirely quiet, Messrs. Epperson and Ochilrec, will suiely "tree that coon." . , , BUOAR UROP OF L.OOISIAKA. "ral ol the New O.-Irhiij; nnnnr?. hnve nrcdicted that .. .... l the sugar crop of Louisiana will be quite large this year : but the Planter's Banner says that . i j i " i the crop will be less by one thud than that of last year. There was a severe snow storm on the shore of Lake Superior on the I4ui Sept. to. t:- ,.r ke Q. ..il r ,i; ;. : -.,;.i lhe Ktce crop ot fautiUi Carolina it is said will be an average one this year. Gen. Lane who has been appointed Gov- ernor of Oregon, left Fort Leavenworth ou the 10th u'.t., with an escort of 25 men, to proceed by way of Santa F6 and California to Oregon. The Treasury Department u ill be ready to pay the balance of the Mexican indemnity on the 27th inst. This balance amounts to about a mill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 October 1848

HrtSBWWgjGKl i, '.jffi . LIST OF LETTERS ET,M ININ6mthe Pon Office at Ho aton, Tex- as, October 1st, 1848 LADIES' LIST. Allen, Mrs Isaac Hnckwell, Misa C Bancroft, Mrs Mary Lev j, Mrs CO 2 Lewis, Mro EIra R Lewis, Miss Cora Lvis, Mra Eliza Luicecum, Miss M E K Morns, Miss V A Maj-uder, Mrs Mary Milev, Mrs-Man Monl, Mi-s Catlu rine Morn-., Mi- Lhza, Mcukc, '1 hen -a Nob'e, Mrs "Iarthi P IMDD3, Mr? Ann R Owens, Mr-. Jane Faterson, Mrs Abbey Rodger, Mrs Ann Ritch e, Mrs Rosanna Riuslebeu, Madamo Sampson, Mrs M A Scot!, Miss E R 2 Shoite, Miss De'ia Thompson, Mrs "V I'hcuson, Mrs Mary J While, Mrs El za Walker, Miss Ann R Williams, Mrs A F R JUrown, Mrs IS Bonds, Mrs Sarah Chambers, Mrs R Cooke, Miss Cornelia Coward, MrsM CoIIil-s, Miss Mary E Dunham, Mrs It Dell, Mrs A C Ernul, Mary Udvv ard, Tiliss "M J 1 aster, MrsL M irauces, Mrs To'cster, Mrs Louisa Ferguson, L Jane Greene, Mrs Frandcs G rd, Mrs E L Guest, Mrs M A Herse, Miss Emily Hoitkanis, Mis3 AI E Hamilton, Mrs M Johnson, Mrs ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 October 1848

"SJW5" ' T r-iap.-.-4r'SJ fh"?"!" ":&'? ? Published. Wcchlu. or $5 at'ikc end oi l;c vei: j- 3 , BY CllQ(EIt&'MOOB.l?. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, OCTOBBER 19, 1848. VOL. XIIJ. NO. 42--WHOLE IT0.6(9 a - ; e,iP5H" s.- i!S i& H IRl IRl H F 3 0 PIPI IFftfiilPil M IRll II M i i!FiP S ifll SIPfc ift-!!9!11! ? ri' '"u-miii y pTawytm US1 TfiEGRiEHJMT)SEGISTER3 PjI)IisiieaeVery Tfiursday. 3Iam"strcet. Houston, by -" -CltTJGER. & -IIOOKE. TEEMS :.vW Subscription for Oho Yeiro7Fiffv-Two Num- berjjjf - - - - '-- - t$3. 00 Anvertfsing, one .dollar per) square for the firsa in-sortionnd-.fifty cetitjlor each subsequent insertion. Toit'lines or less to constitute?square Tolerchautaaad1'dther3sa8Vertisiiig,ljy the year, a reasonable-'deduction from ,'theabove ratcb will be made. J ' "' Steamboat card1?, Political an"d IJersonal communiea- ioas will bo charged at lhc;8umotratestus,adverti60- meuts. " . Announcements, of Carnitines for "office $5"iu advance. All Advertisements noUrnarked with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 October 1848

:-,- the hem of her garment, and sileutly and "Wearily sunk into 'hp.rjill.'rnvln'nincr rmsom. -j . j D , But she sat in- her.' starry 'robe-and 'starry? crown, with an eternally, placid countenance. "Literary World. Another Sttspensum Bridge Across the NiagarajfJ jluo .Niagara Chronicle bus a paragraph stating lhat the project of constructing a suspension bridge across the Niagara at Queeuston is again revived, and this tirao with every prospect or being carried ouT Mr. Ellet, hc engineer of the bridge afthe Fallswulcr- talcesto construct it for i"l'),00U, and will himself tako onc-fonrth of tho stock. This leaves 7,500 to be sub scribed for, half of which' has been alreadv taken 'up un mo Amcucaasiur, auua large pori'ou vi uiv vlu" half on tho Canada side ofthe mer. Il no unforbeen difficulties arise, the bridge w:j!be ready for use by September of uoxt year. . i'alo to S3 75. to takccfil-ct on the 1-t of Jaiuufrv next. tt "DIET" FOR InVaUDS.1' " A Saratoga correspondent of theN"....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 October 1848

ry"-TjBMii'iMmirHKt u weKsZme&?j? "rjjjrTSr-'JMSi-arK """ Pef9!iB 'mr . ajvr :rgerS the following suggestions in reference to the anticipated arrival of the Cholera. l.Wc would urge the necessity, in all cases of the cholera, of an instant recourse to medical aid, and also under qycry form-aud variety cfiii.. disposition ; for during the prevalence of this epidemic alLdisordersjare found to merge in thedomiHant diseaseJy2. Let immediate re- lief he sought under disorder of the bowels especially, however slight. The irtVasion of cholera may thusbe-rca'dily'audial oricc p:c- j population, vva to be gathered in. Without vented. 3. Xet-evgiy. fmpjiritv, anfmaf and ; it t!i lira vest m-j thar might have r.illfeil To J vegetable, be quickly reinoved. to -i distance j the StuTufard ?if tlfeir country, would have'beSn, from'thcIhabTtatrdnf :su6Ia1s!aughter-huu- left in a shoif neiiod destitute of lnu the Bri- s.-s, pig;Styes, cess ppoIs,.ncces.$aritsua.nd all other domestic nuisances.. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 October 1848

fcFK- ''JB'IFg I- i & TEN DOLLARS REWARD. ... LOST a Hay Horse, abouJtfSJ bands.bigh,; black maun und'tail, blind in trie'leTt eyeJTbue, whlitshiiid 3 foot, aged 8iydarsincx!jsprino;v-Aio,J a sorrel Horse,-about U years old, branded iih, ou the left shoulder. Theabbve reward wilbbd jiaid oa the delivery of said horses to GEO. AELEN, or to JOHN DICKINSON. Houston. sept 2S 3t fiGG THE ,TATE of TEXAS, ) ToUhe Sheriff of 'rC6untyofLU&t:ii. ) -a"1-" county, " 'v ' ' .gg- Greeting:- RRsHEREA'S on the 23d day of. August, ltf44, VrfsiQharles Power, filed h:s petitipu in lhe Ditrirt vouri'Ol vjuiorauu county, ifjiicbciuuij; iuri ucuj. j - i StocEtaniof'said county, in his lifetime, executed a ' mortgage in ins 'lityor iijiou certain slaves, io secure the payment of a certaiu dibf, which debtaud negroes are particularly described in said mortgage. That subsequent to tE'e execution to the faiid execution of said mortgage, said Stockton died leaving a w.li by which" Bcury Terrell" was a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 October 1848

wars-ss' iwwwrai TEIims 3 fsi advance. Z9 if Wished ZVccl In. -T-fZ&&-& "tfWZftgZ-Milt wiiiiipibii ! i . 1 111 ,11 ii -i iihin i mil j, wifcjjorriii- rwi'mi'"" - . ., .,.- ... .,- - - - -- or$? sit the cisi oi ihe year VOL. XT-IL NO. 43:-'WH()L-EUro.'6?a BZ CIIUGER & MOOSE. crQir.-TiTj I rip. i;iij i t Hnif-tmi iv ' TSLESMPEND REGIS .UWMeB cicrv-iaur.ua,, Jl'u" .ll:cl-' "u" -V-J- Tl. ..:-.... J -- : fn J HT? Cfn Ur..ti4nn k. CRUaEIt fc JSIOCRE. tesms: Subjcripttoa for One Year, or .Fifty-Two Num- bers,,. - - , - - -i- 3. Ol) AJ7ortis:ng,--ono dollar par square fpr.the first in- sjrttdu, aud fifty ceiits for each subsequent insertion Ton lilies or lesslo ca!ititute a square. -J ?roMte'rchttit3 and others advertising' the year, a. reasonable.- deduction from the .above rates will bo I made. . Steauibaal, cards, Political and'Persoual commniiiea- iou3wTllb"icharged5t the'same rates asadvertfse- men'ts. H. ' - .-. . Arinoaucsmonts of Candidates .for office 05 in advance....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 October 1848

HS"" tg&rvg&r-f- 'rf&!&&W1&K5 """ arS?Waw,sww?s-r I7 ? forces of tho United States, or of the militia thereof," "for the purpose of prcventiug the carrying onpf any such expedition or enterprise from tho territpries"or ju- lisdictionof the UuitedjStales, against the" tfrrilories nr dominions of any foreign prince or state, or of any colojuy, district, or pcoplp, y.'ilh'vhoni'lhe United States ureat'peace." - -- - ' ' i- IiEGISL,ATCTREOF TEXAS. Sl&9F March 20, 1848. zk etfagc was receivedfrom the -Semite,- informingthe House vthdt .the SenSte had panged' a substitatejbr a bill onsrinatins In ahe House of Representa- ''ti'ves, regulating the apjfortidnment of jtepreseniauon among uiesevurai coun- ties of the Sfai'eflaken up and read. MrSViUTe moved its rejection. Mr.-Moscly moved the previous ques- tionr " - Carried. Question on the indefinite postpone- ment taken and lost by the following vote: Yeas Messrs. Allen, Crutcher, Den- nis, Armstrong, Dooley, Fie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 October 1848

-rw?ir-' rr "T""2 a ka. v cfisKSef "reaSd uSSISSefflgpttlf ifpoilfcdjfnto life territo?" two following lottorspSvil)e1! beaustTjqjv 'Meiicwatlhc tims 11 and 12oV.oc!c, wJdaoKcte.oly thlTeood? x4rtf import-id, alSntegral part smncient coniinentary.itnoutftinyremarks ,, . . - , , . - , . ofoursj:- f-"v ' of the United Slatos. They had boUer adm t nu. .. . . 7b thetHon. Geo. T.-Wood, Governor of the kittle of Texas: Yoiijgrcrr-rpectfully iufonnedthct there is a body of JioatildjfudiJiis doiyu upon us, who h.veJnHtd'o:io woaaaed fccve.-al othors-iA urk,-,ut the :.c ul.ol.tttenty- eov'en"'raenIJVJ'j whipped bv abo it 13J Iadiau. on o luur the 6oletic,:-lis iv"itt Ua.uity. Tt.i Indian: iHUS wero seen thfc eveniu gs. a two and ha!f or t'irec illes of ojr comity sat. supposed to ba sisA Thirty- svon meu left, here day- befura.ycterdiy- to goto aruett's, not having learned qf, Yorktss fight, bfrl went iu-purvjifbf Uie Indians who killed Banielt mi tho Sandie3,in this canity. Wo kuow not prec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 October 1848

?ms---- w i.HL: "A PROCLAMATION: " - WHEREAS, a vacaucy exists iii tho office of" Major General' ol'lhS'-lhird'division of Texas' militia occasionetLby the election of the late ii:c Jin--bent to the "Gubernatorial office ; Therefore, be- it known that I, Georgo T. Wood, GovernooFthoStuteof Texas; do, by virtue or the au- thority vestedfiu too by law, order and direct that an election be'holdeu ou the Tuesday next after the first Monday" (tho seventh day) of November next, in the counties of .Jasper, Jenensori, Newton, Polk,. Tyler, Liberty, Grimes. Walker, Montiromerv, Harris, Gal veston, Robertson, LeOn, Liinpstune. Navarro and Bra- f zos, composing said third division, for the purpose oi electing a Major General to fill the vacancy aforesaid. And to that-end. the t hief bustiers of the said couutes (and in case of vacaucv in that olhce or inability of the Chief Justice to act, then anv two of the County -. , 'u-., nur,.i ,.) flimfpH tn.rivt Commissioner) are hereby ordered ana tur...

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

V tf.Bipptagpr- t -fw' "yT -gr " w3 5BP' X- - TlEiltflS. $3 in advance. Published If'eeltfy. ov$5 at the end of the year" I - bvIIS BE ehr 101 I I P I IP iVH Mm Wr wrw MM 1r IB H Hi & Mil k Ini If' IU 9 fe Hi IPS "j. Illill 1W1 mini 1 I w I BilHilRWIImffBl El fiilp E fe mffaVr IHA Mmr I ialiL '.,; IIBUUUjuiiiBLiluiaiiilJUi-Uiiiiiui,.. ..imJ"wi iiiiini i i in iii ill ii I ssaissassMBfBsnBH mgBi ' 111 i bimb " -szn '"-'j-ija,j:icmmn) m i mn'i'ii i m i n K.'.vun.aa iwrcg n 1 1 i i n iiasamgcasEBEBt gas i' 1 1 tj masa Beanos ' ""minniiiani n iniiiii i i iii.iijiIULijljB BY CRCJGEB, & MOORE. TELESRAPH AND REGISTER, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Iloiv-tcn. by CRVGER AgJOORE. terms: Subscription for Oub Year, or Fiftv-Two Num- ber., 8- O'J Advertising, one dollar psr sq-iare for lha first in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by thaycar, a reasonable deduction from the above...

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

&$-& q- BS& I" ; w t-?- A FastMan. The Sf. Louis Republican ! announces the arrival of Mr. F. X. Aubrey in that city, on the 22d ult.,rom Santa Fe, and gives the following particulars ofthe trip the shortest on record. Mr. Aubrey left Santa Fc on the 12th of September, and rpached Independence on Sunday night, making the cnliro trip in five ;day5 and sixteen hours the shortesLJLrip on fi-ecord,' aurPbealing his own time inKrmer trip by several days. On his way mfr?ad totswim evory stream, was delayed by the transaction of business at Fort Mann, with his own teams, which passed that way, and With the various parties ot troops"; aud ho- Eides breaking down six horses, und walking twenty miles on foot, he made the trip, trav- elling time only comitcd, in about four days and a halfl During this time he slept two hours and ate linlj-i- meals. It rained upon him twenty-four consecutive hours, and near- ly six hundred mi es of this entiie distance was performed in the mini, ami...

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

$ tfiwmwf m fnear-'tw. .mc. : jT - ::' - 'SBrJjP1 fT'zr?7' V of the Brushy. Tfao chamber of this cave is about 30 feet wide, and sixty or seventy feet long. The heightis not stated. The opening ofthe top is only largo enough to admit the body of a man ; and the distance from this opening to the bottom of the care is about 30 feet- Jlr. Lee and several others visited it a few weeks since, and fonnd the shaft of a largo spear with an iron fcrulo at the bottom, aud a rattlo-suakc. A similar cave was found about throe m'ies abavc Austin, on the west bank of the Colorado about ten vears since. These caves wero probtbly formed by streams of rain water, which penetrating crevices in the soft limestone rocks have gradually worn away low narrow caverns, which communicate by subteranean passages with the copious fountains, like Barton's Spring, and the Comal, which gush out in large streams at the feet of the hills, between broad layers of limestone. Califoixiv Gold. The N. Y. Sun has attempt...

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

H-ft &&&? 3gfa "r l p & i ? fr - ;A PROCLAMATION. "TTT'HEREAS, a vacancy exists in".th1o.,oBco"c.' VT Major General of the third'divisiou of less. militia, occasioned by tho election of tho late hicnm-yi bent to the Gnbenialorial ofiico ; I "Fhercfore, be it Imotvn that I Georjro T. Wood, Governor of Iho State oWtvis, do, by virtue of the an . tB?RTiyvested in me by law, oiderjaiid direct that aa cIect!5gje-ho3dsu on tho Tncjjjfcicst aftcrlhe fini qndavj(tbe seventh day) olfOTtxrn'uer next, in thu coanTiesif Jasp?r, Jefijr-on, Nc'ffton, Polk, Tvler, L"b2rty,-Grinie3, Walker. Moi.lTonicry, Harris, Gal- estan, Robertson, L"m, Limestone. Xavarro and Bra zos,compo3inj h.i.rf ihiul dm3a.11, foi tho purpose t electing a Major Gfu "il to n'l U:d lcincy aforesaid. AmFtq,that end. th. htof J-i-jiats of ihciiid countk (and in case of a.cutiey in that oliice or itiao.hty o tha Qiief Justice to actj then any two of the County Commissioners) arehrrtby ordered aiid directed to giv...

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