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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 November 1848

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Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 November 1848

9."36 ,-f: : JP a.-" " 'vBfe1 "" gr "bs,MTsjsj' o . . l I5T x-ftt r in spending a year there for about $250. This fact may "be of sonic importance to those whose heajth requires such a 'stay, 3 'are kept back frpm,attempting4he voyage through fear of the expensed' , , - HINTS TO YOUNGTARMERS. , JHakp it a rale to road a little every clay, even if if be ftjjimUateingle sentence. A short paragraph will often Baftbrd)yoaa4proBJabIe source of reflection for a whole Kday For this purposo the Dover Gazette is admirably liaaplcd. ' Keep it always within your reach, So tKatJ jyou may. lay .your hand on it at any "moment when At.Vy6uiare'about the house. Wc kuow a lar:e family matnasmaae nseu iniiinaioiy acquainted ovitn n&tory irobably'more than jiny other "" familvih the entire .United States, by the practice of having onoof-tho children, .pacft one taking a week by tnrns, read every looming, while the rest were at breakfjbt. f v j: ft& uiutsC j. uuu. xi. 10 ddoojiuu uv mi; United ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 November 1848

?'g-. -t -1-w,, ar ,;?t " m journals. "Wc feel a pleasure ia recommending it to our readers as the most ablo and useful work of the kind that is published on this side oLthe Atlantic, and would do credit to tho most cultivated countries of Europe. This work is styled the "Horticulturist aud Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste," edited by A. J. Downing, and published by Luther Tucker, Albany New York. Tho price is throe dollars per annum. It is our melaucholy duty this morning to announce to our readers the death of Gen. Mosfly Rakle, long a resident of this City, aud o.ie of its original founders Hcvas severely attacked with fever on the 27th ult., and lingered on with occasional prospect of recov. ery until within the lasttthree dajs, aud died tins morning at daylight In the death of Cen. Baker, our city and country hare lost a valuable man, eminently distin guished among us as a talented, honest and indepen dent citizen. .jL - His funeral will take place atlRierndlfKt 2 o'clock t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 November 1848

o-wr Jji w mM ' gp'karjr- ,he "'f5"-'r"-' -aeaigiiw6 1. ' iL(iim"ii -acjr " sS?: "&? H'OJJSTt5N "ACADERiy. i.Tmsliintlan vvillbo re-oDciie3vforth"&! "-TTlHS Institution willbo reoncli jth"e3jnstruc-t jL-iion I'ofjpupils of both sexeotfRIondatheEth berfffMr. Vm. 0: Dafteu, 'A. B-willTtake November v charge of-jthejilale, and Mrs. Sophia Hunter, ofitho Female Department. Botri'"of .'theso tfiachcrs.are be-( iie.vedojbe fully qualified for lhciryocation. Hie jMaloiand.Eernale Schools will be kept entirely 6epa- "Tatendjdlstinct.,, - $ . e ItTQiejMale department, Sir. Wm.J. Darden, AB., t7illteacrr day scholars ouly, in tho usual English brauchesfanH.the Latin and Greek classic's,1 preparato- roraGollegiate course. . ,Ji?ffne!rrnaIo)Ucpurlrrieiit, "r3- Iiunter'wul're ceivo Hoarding and day seholarsi.and will'feacli tho usual English bruuche, French, ilusicEmb'roidorv, "wTERMa-f For Board in Female Department, tuition . i?EnglbtiFrcnchmnd in all kfnds'of NeedleanrJ Fun- cyvbrkVst...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 November 1848

Kfcj-mBgag-jrMf i inm or $5 at the end of Ibejyef' ' TJEIiJFIS $3 ire advance. JPiiblishetl Weekly. BY CRCJGER .& MOOKE, .-jp HOUSTON, THUBSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1848. VOJl XTIL m 4 6-WHOLE NO. 673- TELEGRAPH AND REGISTER, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, bv crcger &. .moore. terms: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, - ------ 3. 00 Advertising; one dollar per square' for tho first in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchauts'aud others advertising by tho year, a" reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steambaat cards, Political and Personal commuuica- iotts will bo charged at the same rates as advertise- ments. Annojncoments of Canditates for office $5 in advance. All Advertisements not marked with tho length of time dssirod for publication, will be inserted nntil forbid, and charged accordingly. ETAI1 coinm'unicatibn3 intended for the Telegraph mus.t bo addresse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 November 1848

a it Pi fied lovo-of benefitting others. And I alsojoe- lieve, that the beginning oTHeaven with every one is on the earth, and takps place where liesfirst,makes the effort to renounce self and secT5fromaftrue"n'esire to benefit them, the goodSbFotheri. ' If this coming into Heaven, as I'call it, does not take place here, it can nevcr.take place, for 'A$ the tree falls, so it must tie.' Wathe'ter is man's, internal quality "when he dies that it must remain forever. If he have been a lover of self and sought only his own,gpod, he will remain a lover of self in thVnotPfife. But if he have put away self- loYeftfrom his heart and shunned the evils to which it would prompt him, as sin, then he comesnnto Heaven while stiIl"upon' earth, arid wheriHe lays aside his mortal body, his hea- venly life is continued. Thus you can sec, that if?a man does not find it in the next, he rnnst come into heavenly affections here, or he "will never" feel Iheir warmth hereafier. Hundredsand-thousands live o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 November 1848

. '&&. -' fflJT'- .V rtj, 'I 4 place en that day, there will be JiumBersiflfpersons from a distance who will aUcad.Westerih.T&ah: , - h . Casualty. A young niau named fJhildress, orUas- trop county, belonging to Capt. BenT Hill's new ran- ging company, lost his life on Mpnday evening last, at the Quarter Master's office, by the accidental dis- charge of a pistol. It appears Hhat some of the arms had been carelessly returned to that office with loads iu them, aud in giving them out to Capt. Hill's com- pany, this accident occurred. Mr. Childress, wo learti, has relations in Bastrop county, where ho was highly respected by all whokuew him for his many good qualities. Western Tcxian. From Peterson's National Magazine for Oc- tober. , ' A WASHING DAY EXPERIENCE. By the Author of "Savings at the Sfiggot." My dear,' said I, one Monday morning, as ominous washing day indications met .my eyes, vhy don't you put out the washing? I'm sure it would be a great deal belter.' 'Do you ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 November 1848

ffs 1 ' To Planters and Families in STexas., AVI, of the following name! articles which linve obtained great nomilantv. are Sold cnlv"in Houston bv Grncbecck l&Co... Roberts fc Cen and by Eliot, ia Gah retongLabudie,-Perkins Tamil Roberts. ' '"" " ''""l . . TO THE LADIES. The TJcniuneBaffirof Columbia for Restoring the Hair. "Long Kairls a glory to woman," says Paul, Ami all feel the truth of the pious quotation ; Preserve it then, ladies vout glory may full, Unless yoa protect it with this preparation If 50a null a rich, luxuriant haul of hair, "roe from dandruff nds3urf,do not fail to procure tlic genuine Balm 1 f Columbia. In cases ofSbaldness it will more thatt exceed your eijectntion. Many who have lost tireir Iiair for tucnty voire have had ii res- toied to the original perfection by tho use of this Balm. Age, ttfile or condition appears tq be no cbstrxla whatever; it nlso caujes tli8 fluid to flow with which the delicate Imir tube is filled, by which means thousands (whos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 November 1848

psr?2 - P' TEil.m S3 in ailvniscc. Publish id W((Uy. or$5 at the cist! of lite yean .Y CttUGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, J84S. VOL. Xlir. 'TO. 47-WHOLE NO. 67$? Sfe ,, , r TELEGRAPH AND REGISTER, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houton, by c&uuer & MOORE. terms: Subscription for One Year, or Fiftv-Two Nnm- be re, r - 3. OIK Advertising, one dollar per square for tho first in- sertion, aud fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or less to constitute! a square. o .Merchants aud others advertising by tho vear, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards Political and Personal commnuica- jons will be charged at tho same rates as advertise ments. Announcements of Canditales 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. ID" All communications intended for the Telegraph must be addressed post-paid to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 November 1848

-'iei; 3f--i -' -j, - - der Ali, and the iron missives produced a terrible ef- ' feet upon the thick ranks which lbiedUie. decks of the ' opposing vessel. The captain orthemonk ordered his' men to fire, but it was too late. One hundred men ; had been stricken down, killed and vbunded, by the- first broadside among the latter were the English cap- tain and many officers. The fire was but feebly re- turned, and Bardey ordering his men to fire, they lar- tled tho vessel, and took possession without a blow. They broughttheir prize upto Philadelphia, and great were the rejoicings thereat. Baniey's loss was but four kiljed and "fifteen wounded. Philadelphia Dis- patch. -- i Canada and New Brunswick.-' Disputed BoundaryjcUled. The Frede rictoti 'lleportei says : "We are informed, on the best author- ity, that our Canadian Boundary Line diffi- culties are at'last settled, and on terms which recognize the full rights .of New Brunswick. We believeUhe difference between the line marked out som...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 November 1848

WW-WB?PK- , .-55T --f K;- 4V" ? f fPXV Vf? ""' and almost the only wHd animals found there are the antelope and wild deer, which are not nu- merous, and are remarkably wild. The par- ty cannot depend upon game for sustenance. It is to be hoped that they will proceed direct- ly to the Presidio del Norte, as they will here find all the provisions and supplies they re- quire. If they should attempt to proceed up the valley of the Conchos to Chihuahua, with- out obtaining supplies at the Presidio or at El Passo, they will be compelled to travel for ma- ny days through a sandy, desolate region, en- tirely destitute of forage. We' are orry to learn from the account of Capt. Hill, that Co. Hays could obtain no guides ; and the party appear to be totally ignorant of the fact that there is a route leading from the Colorado to Chihuahua, that is practicable for wagons, abounding in good pasturage, and traversed by numerous small rills of sweet water. Dr. Conolly, of Chihuahua, and his party t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 November 1848

"Tf'sF'jMOsr-i r N 2b Planters, and Families in Texas. ALL ofthe folio wia named article! which have obtained great popularity, areioldoiilyin Houston by Groebceck U Co, Huberts U. Co., and by Eliot in Galveston, Labodia, Perkins nnd Eoberts. TO THE LADIES. The Genuine Balm of Columbia, for Restoring the Hair. "Long hair is a glorv ts woman," says Paul, And an fcelihe tnitlvof the pious quotation ; P-rserve it then, ladies rour glory mav fall, Umess yon protect If with this prciwration. If voa wish a rich, luxuriant bead of hair, free from dandruff and scurf, do not fall U procure the geiuiat) Balm of Columbia. In cars cf baldness it wilfmcre thin exceed jour expectations. Many who have lost then hairf.r twenty years hare had it res- tored to the original perfection by thetrccif this Balm. Age, state or condition appears to be no obstacle whatever: it ! causes the fluid ta flow w.th which the delicate hair tube m fillod, by which means thousands (wliia luir as grev as the Asiatic Ea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 November 1848

fffpass?'frrfar'tp-v'!rm &- 'jgr- jiBr-jwewMsC- -' 7 -. -!? ""Ty ai -'- EG ISTE Is Published Weekly. or $5 lat the end oi the years jf 22 zff $3 in advaiaco HOUSTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1848. VOL. XIII. !iO. 48-WHOLE N0.6?l T Crf J-ER &MOOKE. w13?? wihjiwii..h-ij.iim J-T1 miin p- p .iijiji 'iggii mil ii iiiuii iHiiwiri . l ' . i' f ELEdRAPH AM) REGISTER, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston by CR.UGEE. Ss MOORE. terms: Subscription for Ono Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, ------ 83. 00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the firbt in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten linos or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the" above rates will bo made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal communica- ions will bo charged at the same rates-as advertise- ments. Announcements ofCanditales for office S5 in advance. AH Advertisements not martod with the length of time desired for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 November 1848

-jr swps ", ' l VR-xr -t y-j" vr- k- It was commenced. Those who aro familiar with the p'ciurcsque scenery of the river Conway-will readily remember the romantic position of tkoSaspension Bridge. Tho site for the new bridge is very .near it, the one ond abutting against thefootof the ,veneruble ruin, whoso times delying towers rear themselves above it; the other resting on an artificial structure, of a castellated'aspect, ou the opposite side of the tube from whence thersilway sSoots into tho interior of the country. The sito of the bridge was not, however, convenient for the purpose of constructing the tube ; and advantage was consequently taken of a less pre cipitous partbf' tho" river's bank, abeut a hundred yards or so irom the permanent position 01 me onoge. There, upon a piece of level ground projecting some distanco into the river, work shops aud a steam-engine were erected, and an immense platform con- structed on pilesdriven into the ground, and partly in- to the bed of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 November 1848

tSriSwr-iiB: -SSBR-Afr .--r-- --. 5Bii.mw.jffp' 7,K' -" ,' "'w'3' . the mcrchauts, planters and others of the 'East and West Indies ? If these must be ruined, disguised un- der the term "sacrificed" for thepub!ic good,: Why are the fundholderstobespared?'. Every maJfin'.Eugland, encouraged by the dishonest'governmcnirof ifib day, who has invested the profit of his industry in railroad, b distracted and mourning over his loss of fortune and h;s moans of existence But why is tho fundholder alone iu quiet possession of undisturbed investments? Ths Cholera in Prussia. Letters from Berlin, of the 14lh, states that the Cholera is.on the iucic.ise in that Capital. Betweou tho 12th and loth, 28 new ciso3wora declared, aud during the following 24 hours 46 additional. Up to the present time the malady has attacked in Berlin 2,102 pcrsous, of whom 1,312 hav.e. succumbed, -lo"! have recovered, and 2G9 remain on hand. At Konigsberg the disease rages with the great- est intensity. During the day ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 November 1848

' " M)i(,i5ppjis -' oftij(55 w"- J""5V' """S .O- V ?!-jF' --- 'gtL-AfSsWWSrT 1ST K - -B f r, BOXES Chrome Green, 115 " Chrome Yellow, Just received by may 8 ROBERTS- CO. To Planters and Families in Texas. ALL of the following named articles which have obtained great popularity, are sold only in Houston by Grocbeeck tc Co., EoberU & Co- and by Eliot, in Galveston, Labadie, and Robert!. TO THE LADIES. The Genuine Balm of Columbia, for Restoring the Hair. "Long hair is a glorv to woman," says Fnul, And all feel the truth cf the pious quotation ; Preserve it then,, Jadies jour g'ory may fall, Unless you protectit with this preparation. 1 If you wish a rich, luxuriant head of Lair, free from dandruff and scurf, do not fail U procure the genuine Balm of Columbia. In cases cf baldness it will more thin exceed your expectations. Many who have lost their hair for twenty.jears have had it res- tored to the original perfection by tlie use'pf this Balm. Ace, state or condition appears to be...

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

-arwjy 'sft--"tgg sf- - 'jidMiyi!ii- sjpwgaiat.ijjl TJEltJKS S3 isi advance. BY CEUGER & MOOEK. TELE5RAPH AM) SEGISTEB, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CRTJGER. .MOORE. T-E ems: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, 3. OS Advertising, one dollar per square for the first in- sertion, and 'fifty cents for each'subscqucntinscrtioii. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants 'and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from tho above rates will be made- . Steamboat card', Political and Personal communica- ioas will be charged at the same rates as advertise- nients. Announcements of Canditatcs for office $5 in advance. All Advertisements not marked with the length of timedesired-for imblicutiou, will bojnserted until forbid, and charged accordingly. 0"AH communications intended for the Telegraph mubt bo addressed post-paid to the "Editor. LAW ON NEWSPAPERS. 1. SuMjribjrwJi j Jo not-cire exj-s tiotice lo the contra-, rjrir-.j...

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

conviction, that those differences, which often are morelyjike different boughs of tho same tree, have theirfftmndation in tho designs or tho Almighty with regardjus and life. Ho allows people to bo born with (milar organs and under dissimilar influences in order that they may tako hold of the dissimilar side? of lifo and truth, and thus, by means of them, the whole manifold substance of truth may bo developed, like links hrthe great chain offthought, like preparatory theses and anti-theses to the great synthesis. And it is precisely these differences which ought rightly to embrace, to advance, and to dcvelope the only unity in which we tdl can fully become one, and become, one with God. People say so much about unity ; but .1 do not trouble myself with respect to any unbound- ed unity of form or appearance. Let us in Heaven's name bo different. Tha combat is uol the evil. Il arouses and causes devcloperneut. Bitterness and . dishonesty in the combat are evil ; and they must be done...

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

r WU . three years have elapsed since it has been under the protecting care,otbe- American Goreram'ent, andye.l the savage and the 'out- law roam almost 'with' Tmpunily" amid Us beauteous groves tind fertile" piairies. Its once flourishing and populous towns arc de serted, and the few settlors that visit it arc compelled to search amid the tanglea thickets an'd grass covered paHisofthc mustang and wild cattle for the roads that once were the avenues of commercial weahh. The travel- ler, here too, is yet compelled to bear arms - for his defence as if he. were traversing the hunting grounds of hostile savages. Give back to this beautiful region the protection of an efficient government, let peace and secun- ty once more smile throughout its borders, and it would soon become the home of thousands ; and perhaps tens of thousands of happy and " prosperous .settlers. It may justly be term- ed the garden of America, for there is no por- tion of the continent that boasts of a more fer tile ...

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

-KTi V? r Jl -njj-v W AREY'SPLOOGHSto wrought iron Carey" Plough. Vy vinous sizes, just received and for sale Uv 3 nor 9 J ' &SMPSO.V& COl The Debates of iJie Texas Convention, TPST'pablttheaiid for tale at he Telegraph Office, ' Mam JW "Julv WO. 2 BBI. spirits Turpentine, j3 bbls. Lard Oil, winter strained, just received and for tile by un 19 .. 2). GiJ OESBEECK 4- CO. TAVMPIC UAFRKmNTP 6 DozJcf tbeadiairable food for the hail, jntt received bv jna 17 ROBERTS fc CO T 1NSEED OIL; 4 bbls. J-lAlcohc.U 3'"" TSweet Ofl.20boies.iJrt received by feblS I IT J D .GRQESBEFCK. 3 CASKS Baeon Sides, S do do Hams, 1 Tiava RticAr cured Hams. 15 Kegs Lard, 25 Bbls Ohio Flonr, 15 do jU Louis do, 5 do ogathouseMolasse?,jnrt received -bv may 55 J. D. GROESBEECK fc CO. JUST received, 4 blh Linseed Oil, 4 bbh spirits Turpentine, -QKMVeastor Oil. ROBERTS & CO. ranrrvrt7rk DATRNT f'dRM MIF.T.. THE subscribers having been appointed .agents for g .1 lf f1ntnrtnl9 7mrrrnr.l "Pafpt t "Pnrttl- 8 J...

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