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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 December 1848

REGISTER .43 TCilf.V $3 in advance. Published -- Weekly . 4or.$5 at the end oi Hie .year NO: 5.-WHOLE.M).678. . : -,kjt mt IBYCRUGE OORfc:. TELEGRAPH AND REGISTER, . . Published, every Thursday, Mpiu Street, Doislon,by crttger. & moore. tsbms: '. Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- - '5i bers, 3. 00 - :"Advertisiug, oao dollar per square for the fir,tiii- "1?'ertion, and fifty ceuts for each subsequent insertion. Tea lines or less to constitute a Mjuare. To Merchants and others advertising by tho year, a reasonable dednction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal commiinica- ioas will be charged at the same rales as advertise- mints. Announcements advance. of Candital for office 5 in & All Advertisements not marked with the length of lime desired forpublicalion. will be insetted nulil foihicl. a iid charged accordingly. ,.s0AIljwiiH5uuicalious.Jnleiided 'or 'he Telegraph, mu'st be addressed pol-paid to the Editor. LAW ON NEWS ERS....

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 December 1848

te st3& V. his impression I ordered the mod on uo,account to ba tempted up-the side, or to answer any questions put to them, but if they saw any thing su picious, to "hhove off at once, for ifthought there was no".redfon why the poor fellows honjdtbejsacrificed, even if "1 werT. As my boat loucneauiesciiuujier-ssiue,,! tuamuo.gwugc ., lffe'reSci3e"Macb'eth , when'they exclaimed ny me pncsiug oi;my uiumu?, ' '""-' " !JomemingjiviIthis:way'coniesf that thora was a great deal of.evil -where-! was about" . Afe - Concluded nexFnumbcr. tyW& TEJE GKJl-PS. EDITED BY .ERAjTGISj-TOKE.Jr. HiO-ITS TO UP;:. ThxtrsU0ec. t9? 1848. .. , . VfLe President's tneaagc hcs'cxcludotanuch fitlier matter from - nnrrn1nmnta-aav. It isTrerr lenetiv, but we preferred to pub- ,. V. "llsh it entire, cs T?oTe!icec-ery portion ofit will be intercstinp " . to oar readers. The portion oJ it relatin- to jncwjicxicohs rx.- A"cnliarly interesting at tins juncture, and we bto rejoiced tlitit-the "" President rei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 December 1848

-aca-."1 " three dollar?apd seventy nine cents,t being a much larger sum than was ever before receiv. .d fromduties'dunng-ny equal period under tariff acts ofA842, 1328andj8i2. Whilst Tjhepeacf hlghljjecSivB and pro- hibitory duties the revenue hasjbeen increas- l 1- V t. .in1n lixtin Imnirt nimin ' pOjCtEe'UlXBSOU lUt5 people uam uccu uiiiini ished. Tfieave'Beeh relieved from the raounts'wilh which they were burdend lormerlaws in the form ot increased 'bounties paid to favored classes and pa' ms? ' JToefpredictionsAvliich were made, that the tariffactrorU349 would reduce the amount of - revenue "below thit collected und -rthe act of 18-12, and would prostrate the business and deslroVthe prosperity of the country, have not- been verified. With an inci cased and increas- ing revenue, the finances are in a highly flour- ishing condition. Agriculture commerce, and navigation are prosperous ; the prices of manufactures fab- rics, and of other products, are much less in- juriously affect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 December 1848

" Vsf.sr- Aj- ,t fc . t t. y-r ?' V Afttfe ' a zm -2L -m J . - LIGHT. j 6 boxsaezm candles, Zj, 8 boxei adunantinecancHej, jnat jrecrvraf' r m-"T " i.t-i ""su ! "W BEAD.' f v? ' , 500 " Ted lead, Received per steamer Palmetto, and fortale low for cash", by norJS' i ' - ROBERTS it-Co. - Whe?DttaleTbFtTieTwasConventwn. -?)i a "" " - . w ""A XIE. 25 barrels best Vasber's.Ale, lor saleby "E R. THRUSTON'S Pfikjfor tMcure of Chill and Fever. uV JL-bilit?;&CA'just receivcd.acdor Tale bfthe box or dozen at fcb20 " - ROBERTS CO's. O" AT A QpFFEEjlO bags best. Rio coffee;. 30 J bass orime mav 1'2 received "by ".J". D. GROESBEECK. -CTJJST received, a fewj aJltrirrJ Ties, giving renef and sup t) port to tfcj Chest m?j:.3 a-:f J arable invention toassis J IT "ROBERTS & CO. 'BOTANIC medicines: TUST received a supply of freih Thompaonian MeJ.cines, inch O ai Composition, "Cayenne. Spiced Bitten, "- Number Six, Scull cap, Cholera Syrnp And forsrde by , Lobelia seed. "Poplar Bark, Black root...

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

t,:piiiipwpiiuiip. i.aui,, '-. - -j v '- '-m 55r"'p ,ysi 37. ro-u Ms, oiSwlCjfl SSSSsfe? l "WlIh.. VI -- ' "UBf. -I' TTt - -f.'.-- "",& ij7 "cfc?. 'a&..r-'' . ""ttl.. . 1 UOh. ttv "a" 7 -a,- -V . ;?!? ""; 4 Vj n-. 4Ilr. - M I f -Hint j f. . - i- .. ., m nan ..Sb. iliBi m c. a am on RS MB SBfe. 0HCW 1MB W fl flBk BH. BBVI iHBm Hi iBVBk BBBBV BVBH SBmX .: nrunpniTP tckgdidu flMnTfY RfGrcTtR -. HLH Lma agr SL uLbV H H sbiII 11 a Lv h bbv hLv wLm9 WmI 9 & JKkS HI 1 AB s HE al hji mmbw I w BEHPl H Br S HBs w . -v TJSl&flSS.'S is advance. BY" CECJGEH & MOORE. TELEGRAPH AND HEGISTER, PauhYaed every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CRUGER ib MOORE. TEKiMS: Subscription for One Tear, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, $3.00 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. To Merchants and others advertising by tho year, a reasonable deduction from tho above rates will be made. Stea...

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

- , - e - " 3l m- m & j?m 4t fills . -ssr w. . J .-.WViSS, - , -.-.. . - .imnmtm members fe"3 V s .lion of the hull : and, before mor- -&t.-Hiriie''',lcrs were sworn in by Judge Keen. " qplfeAro'clbck "the whig members were qualified by "Judgefixvcry. All attempts at compromise have aifedThdernoeratic members at this moment are iajposscssiou. of the hall" " jV ' From the Calif ornian, Sept. 1G, 1848. THE qpLD MEETING. Pursuant to a call published in last week's Califor- nianrand by prinledvhau '.bills, u largo concourse of citizens the lergcst probibly ever held iu San Fran-cisco--assembled at the public hall in Portsmouth Square, on Saturday evening, for the purpose of da "visiug0means to secure .a fixed value to gold dust, and to .ensure its adoption during the present scarcity of coin, as a circulating medium iu the ordinary trans- action of business, at sexleen dollars an onnce. The California:! then gives the names of the officers and gentlemen who addressed the meeting...

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

y errant of La MaticKa"evinced in attempting to explain" to Sancho Panza the difference be tween certain windmills and armed giants. Another writer who visited Texas in the rain season, represents it as a land of swamps, in fested by myriads of mnsquitoes ; andanothen -.who visited it in the dry season, represents it us a parched, sterile desert. Others, like Mr. Kennedy, have given too glowing a descrip- tion of Texas, and represented it as the gar- den of the world. A French writer has also represented, in the Parisian Journals, that Texas is a perfect Elysium. We could wish that all these conflicting accounts could. ail be placed within the reach of ever' European who desires to emigrate to Texas, for then he could compare the conflicting statements, and form a pretty accurate opinion of the true char- acter of the country and the people. But as this cannot be effected, we would again sug. gest to our German fellow-citizens, that they should endeavor -as often as practicable, to ...

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

V -5- y f4 a' WHITE LnADr-SOOOijuitrcceiTedbv i mspail " ROBERTS S- CO T WENT Y-1-IVEibaxes Soap, 20 Lard, 4 bb'ssLord OaT- , 3 bbis. Linseed Oil. Jnstrecovedjiy ja-ig-y- J. D. GROESBEECK , Dk. Thnston'yCsthartic Pills, lorbalcat febSt,,. && ROBERTS & CO' TSRECEIVED ""DER 6hisfartRepnb5ic, from New York, JL7 Sd'satSiEioTCoSeev'prince grecD, ou cousuianiiiawopc, - 5 bblsjKlinonds, h 3G boxeWreshJRaisins,"' 15 " Tobacco, 3 0 hltfbbls, No. Mackerel, Iff boxes Starch, A y 4 DDisspifi-iurpcntino, 100 gross'yelvet bottle Corks, 50 lbs. best Indigo, 0 doz Olive Oil, --. -" 1 tierce Ricoi . 3 bbls. Saleratus, - 10 boxes Roap, , 3000 Ibs.loaf Sugar. sep 23 ,J D. GROESBEECK $ CO. 'jll EDICINES 10 lbs. Elecami ane, 10 lbs Red .1 JL Raspberry, 4 doz McMunn'u Elixir of opium, 8 lbs. Cicata, 2 doz Henry's Magnes.a, 20 oz. Iodide of Iron, just received and for sale hy may 20 ROBERTS & CO. BLACKSMITH TOOLS. Sett Blacksmith Tools-, complete, forsale by apl!5wtl5:W RICE i NICHOLS 10 P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 January 1849

h & &. y jrJB&r$-m$&. ih advance. Published 'Weekly, o$5 at tlteend-of Ie year 5V V. Y Gil USEE & MDOKE. mS$E&PH MS RESISTED Sablished fevery,Tjiurs5ay, Jilam St eetj, Houston, by catJGSR. & inooaE.' terms: Suhscription tar. One 'Year,' er Fifty -Two Nutn- "faers, - - ; - -' - 3. 0v Advertising,, oue dollar per square vfor the first in sertion, 'and fifty, cents, for-cach subsequentiuserlion Tea lines qr-iesarto, constitute a square. To MBrchatits aud others advertising by; the. year, a freasunablai deduction from the above rates -will bo made. -: - - SteambcurtcardsyPelitical and Personal communica- llions will be charged at the satnerates as advertise- I ments. Anno45ceJBajilsjpC Canditates dor office 5 in sdvanee. . -. kr SftlalftlteSiaiyw WplSk&Z&p&e&htt 5ttm346s,Je3 formiblicafioh,.wTirbe ihser led ulil forbid, - . S v - . J 5f Endchargcdiiccordhigly., " Er"A1Q.commuttIcatiGas intended for the Telegraph must bft addressed postpaid to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 January 1849

r-?! r i ft' t-V vis m 1 !? v V ' t -t t , Sr- it . ? ; & . -. ' '3? u i ift" ' With these changes, however, hi the4 good fortune . -of the elder brother, came also a change of heart',5 and a1 total obliteration of 'all its former affections. All mterconrse between the two families, which for yearsgirecediiig had been intimate, pleasant mid con- 'fidentiaf, was gradually discontinued until, as at pres- ent, they became entirely estranged. Th"era"areiiow no return of nbosa unceremonious visits, onco so full of cordiality and chcerfalnes-.. Kb recurrences of those unpretending family parties, .n which were harmoniously blended all the fraternal -and social aSections, and which were wont o shed over the hearts ofa.ll connected with ihe brother?, the "genial laficences -of lovo and happiuess. Frcsperity hojvstrangel and yet prosperity believe it as we ,,.inay ha's brought all this gloom und coldness into t liie rnistof that little circU-, ouoa .rediautm smiles and"ycso Losom once gl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 January 1849

J i "-i-w -svfS- 1 !. K &.' thontic source, f Wv Jtrqntldhtec V Air1!1 oamp:fli! io: an"1181 wi.t ljlierddU'jXw OrhMii- D i. 3h in whirh thewr Iter state ihat ;he repord w.i- tr.me'tf to a pi!c! at ltt Siiuth-ivesl Pa-', who is so ndtoitmis for hi- want of .veracity, that it excited no iurjher iurlh 4 alarm, "as it'ivasnot credited. Sr Tlie citizens ofNatchez have ,estalilished a quarantine on all steamboats bound up the river from Nevv. Orleans. The' editors of tlie latter cjty'ridicule the idea that the 'cholera can "be kepf off by this means. Some of the most emintnent physicians of Europe assert that the eolenwis contagious ; others equally eminent assort that it is net. Until physi- cians cease to disagree upon this subject, pru- ,7 u'j:-i4 i,. ..; i...u ucuauumuuiuam .uuv piGiu. euuuiu T-a nAnniaA tn nrorf it if r wn c:milr In llm ... J plague or any other contagious disease. If . ... however, the disease prevailing in New Orleans is the true Asiatic cholera, itjs now too ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 January 1849

TTTTS "- sj-v? V ' JpFiF - V! L.- , , , $ "&- i3 iPi w j- iAi5-? -" 3V 4 -t ."A A . " , - f J : "fe i. ' f Cjfc&T& LJlNSraiUiIEXTS-ia Cases, jrcty fine endtco'ia.l J oleic lor tale bv may 20 ROBERTS & CO. JE ,7LE 25 barrel best VoMcr's' Ale, for sale by febS W.R, WILSON. CALOMEL AND QJJIiNlNE. lbs. English Calomel, 300 dzs French Quinine, for tale by ,50 npr 15 wtf 533 BICE & NICHOLS. & FRESH BUCKWHEAT. BOXES HOLT & CO's NewBuckwhe t. 10 kens do do do S Just lauded and for sale by nov21 SAMPSONS CO FA-NCY GROCERIES &-,tQ,UOR3. THRESH SinyrcaFigs, -JLVSardines, in oil, ' Philadelphia and West In'da Preserves, -Salmon in Kits, . 4 JMackarelin whdle,,hlf and quarter barrels, Brandy frnils,.ssr"d, -Piclfles and san'ces, Ouracao, Maraschino, Annessctte and Dantztck Cordial, . Absypiiie, Hirsch-wasser and assort? a French do. Champagne m qnarts and pint., SiJulian and Chateau Margaux Wine, , Tar port wine, tor invalids, . . " Stonshton elixer and bitters, I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 January 1849

;-"39?ag!ifr "i--' " i " ' '- "a"'!?,1,JrV;",,'i:;:: ysO " "Mr'..irgim iiijuiMiji . 7 i-ssSjfc -""39r" .-.. -jj-ujilu!-i i i '"'' -umii;n;Ml ivn'tiW-" '- i i a i tun irifi ijyyiUi .iilu, i, tasi i in mm i Ti3iVFir---$S in adYimtc. Published Wcehly or $5 at the eisd of Ilie year BY CRUGEB, & MOORE. HOUST03W THUKSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1849. YOL. XIV. NO. 3.-WHOLE NO. 682. "mmssmsgm ' MC"lWttSar - , m i win ihjuj, ' , -.-jr.--, H.-,u , unMiin'.ii . i .j'.iiy inr- i-api s TELEGRAPH AND REGISTER, Pablished every Thursilayj Main Street, Houston, by cau&EH &, jaooRE. V. terms:. Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, 83. 00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the first in- sertion, and fifty cents for each 6ubsequentiusertion Teuiines orless to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards Political and Personal communica- tions will bo charged at the same rates as adverti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 January 1849

, & V'r M - Jkfc . iiIHki. m, fM mm !9' !!Tf " " -A . .JV, B at this evil can be remedied. Tho San Joaquin lies so low as to allow these lakes to be drained iutoit When, therefore, the country shall be properly ditch- ed, the watersAvill not only flow off", but will bear with them much of those destructive salts, which are now deposited upon tho soil. And thus, I believe, the val- ley of the San Joaquin will Become the abode of a dense population, the products of whose industry will float downtheplacid current of that river, to ihe great commercial marts of that and other lauds. This valley is now the great hunting ground of tho Californians. Vast herds of wild horses and c:k are met with in ail parts of it. The latter animal, the no- ble elk, is hunted by tke Spaniards for Ins hide and tallow. These people go oat in largo companies, with fleet horses, and lasso them as they do tho bul- locksj near the coast. The deer, also ; and antelope, aro found here iu great numbers, and ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 January 1849

;-jj jj'iyjiLigi.ywM. ,? ' lw n 'I litj, and the public altentioa was not full called to the subject until gold dust or grain gold was brought into the market in considera- ble quantities, for sale. Doubt soon became belief, and a change almost magical in its nature pervaded the whole population. Law- yers, doctors, clergyman, farmers, merchants, sailors and soldiers, left their legitimate oc- cupation to embark in a business where for- tunes were to be made in a few weeks. Vil lagcs and districts, where all had been bustle, industry, and impiotetnent. were soon left without male nooulatiun. Mechanics, nier chants, and magistrates wera alike off to the ininps ; and all kinds of useful occupation, except gold digging, wera here apparently at an end. In most cases the crops were re- markably good ; but they are geneially lost for want of laborers to secure them. In some parts of the country, hundred? of acres of tin j wheat will rot in the fields, fiom the impos- sibility of getting l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 January 1849

3fetj 'b r A? je .i J 4 -JHKk m. ..afegdnffFyP "--' -:.3Bfc sfijfifiaiiE&aifi -.JBtr " -5?Ki5 iBHF Tres tKr .ircrjeay -" 2b JPlajiters and Families in Texas. frTiLofthe folio win named articles which have obtained great -.?- .ularity, are sold only in Houston by Groesbeeck & Co., Rol ' Co- and by 'Eliot, in Galveston, Labadie, and Roberts. TO THE LADIES. The Gcc .ne Balm of Columbia, for Restoring the flair. "Long hair is a glory towonat-,' says Paul, And ail feel the truurof the'pious quotation ; Preserve it then, ladies--yonr glory rnayfall, Unless vou nrotect it with this nrenaration. If yon wish a ncb, luxuriant head of hair, free from dandruff and scan, do not rail to procure tlie genuine uaim 01 ixiiunioia. Io cases -of baldness it-will more thau exceed ycur expectations. . Many who have lost their hair for twenty years have had it res- tored to the original perfection by the uso of this Balm. Age, state or condition appears to bo no obstacle whate.er; it nlso causes t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 January 1849

T f --4.i, e- 4 TUllJfxs $& in advaificc. Puhlisheil IVccIrty. or $5 at the eiadoi the year BY CEUGEH & MOOEE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, JAJNUAEY 25, 1849. VOL. XIY. NO. 4.--WHOLE NO. 683. ;i!r - i jpe- F TELEGRAPH AM) REGISTER, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Bouston, by CRTOER fc MOORE. TEEMS- Subscription for Ono Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, - $3. 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. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal communications-will bo charged at the same rates as advertise, rnents. Announcements cf Canditales -for office $5 in advance. All Advertisements not marked with the length of time desired for publication, will be inserted until forbid anil charged accordingly. - ID" All communications intended for the Telegraph must be addressed pos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 January 1849

pt 4. I3r- At 4 V i 4 L. E. Bonneville, U. S. Army,1" to the editor of this paper, on the subject of the proposed road to California. Maj. B. is so well known in this section of the conn- try, that anything coming from his pen will be re ceived as authentic, and in every respect worthy of credit His long residence on Ins frontier, enables him to speak with certainty of tho superior advantages of the route up the Canadian. A greater portion of tho distance he is well acquainted with ; and as he was engaged two or three years in exploring the couutry between here and the Rocky Mountains and a greater "portion of Oregon, ho is, therefore, well acquainted with the geography of the country. He knows all th e streams and their sources- The route marked out by him is up the North Fork of tho Canadian, on the South side, which he considers to be far the best ground over which the road should pass, as it is free from mountains and large streams, which is not the .case on the North side of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 January 1849

-((i'.'JWSj 1 ; $ V butler is formed. These churns are the more valuable, as they can be worked by a small child. The butter thus made is of an excel- lent flavor and fully equal to that-obtained by the ordinary churns. The mails from the east all failed last week owing to high water. The late freshet swept away several small bridges on the route to Montgomery. The bridge on Spring Creek at Cropper's, and the bridge on Cypress at Haralin'-s are uninjured. Culture of Wheat 6x the Medixa. The settlers at Castroville have planted large fields of wheat, and they have the prospect of an abundant harvest. The experiments that have been mdde irfthat section during the last two or three years prove conclusively that wheat can be iaised there as profitably as in the South of France or in Palestine ; and the climate is so similar to that of tho south of France that the same system of culture that is adapted to the latter country is also admirably adapted to the country in the San Antonio val-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 January 1849

A To Planters and Families in Texas. ALL cf the following named articles which hare obtained great popularity, are sold only in Houston by Groebeeck tc Co., Roberta & Ce and by Eliot, in Galveston, Eabadie, and Roberts. TO THE LADIES. i- The Genuine Balm of Columbiaj for Restoring the Hair. "Long hair is a glory to woman," says Fsol, And all feci the truth of tlie pious quotation ; Preserve it then, ladies your glory may fall, Unless you protect it with this preparaticn. If you wish a rich, luxuriant head of hair, free from dandruff and scurf, do not fail U procure the genuine Balm of Columbia. Jn cases of baldness it will more than exceed your expectations. Many who lave lost their lmir for twenty years hav e had it res- toredto the original perfection .by tlie ue of this Balm. Age, state or condition appears to be no obstacle whatever; it also causes the fluid to flow w ith which the delicate hair tube is filled, by which-means thousands (whoseijair was grey as the Asiatic Eag...

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