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

- - jgtftBLj&'.uae - i - . .. . 1 Published Weekly. 2H3IJHT $3 in. advance. ov$5 at the endoi the year BY CRCJGER & MOORE. TELESRAPH AND REGISTER, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by ' cr.tjger. & moore. teems: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, S3- 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 Mierchauts and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal communica- tions will be charged at the same rates as advertise-. ments. Announcements of Canditatcs for office 5 in advance. jjjgfi'fof. rt?fjfm,")tfi "n-rfcndwh'hTTp:nbri of time'desired for publication, will be inserted until forbid and charged accordingly. EPAll communications intended for the Telegraph must bo addressed post-paid to the Editor. FURTHER EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE BY THE EUROPA. The...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 February 1849

H there exists a sort of relationship, or, better perhaps, a frieudly connexion between our species and the ani- mals above named. This relationship is shown in the first book put into hands of children in every school. "Who in Europe would have suspected such an affinity 1 In China, however, it is not rare to find men so -imbued with this idea that they nevor eat the flesh of these six hinds of animals, though happily such people are in the minority. England is, without contradiction, the best known and most feared of all the European nations. The Chinese also know tho Russians, the French, the Americans, and the Spaniards ; but I think they do not distinguish very clearly between the Spaniards and the Portuguese. The Dutch, who came to China before the French, Americans and even English, are yet less known than theso three nations. I never heanrthem spoken of. In some provinces, and gene- rally wherever there are Christians, they know that there is a country called Italy ; but all...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 February 1849

The St. Louis New Era contains an extract from a letter dated Fort Leavenworth, Dec. 27th, announcing that Liuet. Beaje and his party had passed the Arkansas on his way to Santa Fe. The weather was good, and grass abundant ; but a party from Santa Fe, return- ing to Fort Leavenworth, had suffered severe- ly from the excessive cold and the deep snow. The snow was 22 inches deep on a part of the route, one man perished with the cold, and sixteen hundred oxen sent out to carry supplies to the army in Santa Fe died on the way. If the Government would receive pro- positions for conveying the supplies to the army in Santa Fe, through Texas, these dis- asters might be avoided, as our prairies are open while those on the Northern route are covered willTsnow. Governjient Proposals. We notice in our late exchanges that the government agent at New Orleans has published in one of the papers of that city, that proposals will be re- ceived for the transportation ofrriilitary .stores, &c, from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 February 1849

ter Tlie Debates of ike Texas Convention. JUST pubhhed and for sale at the Telegraph Office, Ham st. July I64G To Planters and Families in Texas. ALL orthe following named articles which UaTe obptined great popularity, are soM only ia Houston by Groebeeck & Co., Robert &; Co- and by Eliot, ia Galveston, Labadie, ami Roberts. TO THE LADIES. The Genuine Balm of Columbia, for Restoring the Hair. "Long hair is a glory to woman," says Paul, And all feel tho truth of the pious quotation ; "Presort e ivthen, ladies jour glory roayfall, Unlets tou protect it -with this preparation. If you wish a .rich, luxuriant head of hair, free froin dandruff and scurf, do not fail to procure the genuine Balm of Columbia. In cases of baldness ifwill more than exceed jour expectations. Many who have lost their hair for twenty years hare had it res- tored to the original perfection by the me of this Balm. Age, itate or condition appears to ba. io obstacc whatever ; it also causes the fluid to flow ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 February 1849

r.r' SS PS f!fi aiai Til i ? a?u. RSS, sSi 83 Kg ! ess? tecta is? 53 M S? i ffi & Ma &i fca K ttJ rrt- rilM i H l.i.U.TO I...OJ . t . .1 , j . . - i . . m-T T&SIJZ.: S iia stcIvaEtcc. Published. WtcUy. or 5 at the .esicS oi the veai && Pfc3 GPS i i tim sna r s II kiwi fcci5a ea iwi -3, i i -3. IY CRUG-ER fc MOORE. TELEGRAPH AND REGISTER, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Ucuston, by C2MJGER & JJIOOR.K. tf E R M s : Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, '- 63. Of Advertising, one dollar per squaro 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 a - made. jp$. Steamboat card, Political and Personal communica- tions will bo 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 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 February 1849

A DANGEROUS PRxVCTICAL JOKE. The following incident was described to us by a, ' a friend : His grown np older brother lodged in aside street h the new town of Edinburgh, and ho himself arrived late one night on an unexpected visit to him from th , country. Being known to the landlady, ho was ad- mitted at the door witiiout quoslion, and passed iui. his brother's chamber without knowing whether or not the latter was returned from his professional engage- ments; however, on perceiving, the gas let down, with open books aboat the table, and as it was net long past eleven, he sal down to amufce himself with :i volume, and wait his brother's comiug. Half an hour had elapsed, and btili no appearance of him ; the youth was getting weary enough of the dull medica! work he was obliged to peruse, wh-n atlat he-funcied he hoard a low breathing through the halAopcucd bed- room. The thought for the first lime struck him, tha. his brother had been all the while comfortably in.bed, and half provok...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 February 1849

merchant independent of, and superior to the planter, but independent of their own credit- ors. "For quartering large bodies of live Yankees among us. "For protecting them from punishment for anj- de- ception or artiSco ihey should practice oa the izihahi- , lauls of those counties." "This is the utikinde.t cut of all." The most ungrateful and false. The D:azo3 counties should be the last to complain .f Yankees, for they owe their very existence to Yankee enterprise and valor. Austin, "she father of Texas," was a Yankee, and ihe first three hundred settlers were chiefly Yankees. Were it not for their energy, their enterprise and valor, those thirteen .cmjritsi-s might still be, not only distant from any inhabitable country, but actually uninhabited, except by red native Americans. Live Yankees indeed 1 Is-eiot the ex-President of Texas, who is now quartered near Washington, with the free will and consent of the people of the county, a live Yankee? Did not those counties give a majnt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 February 1849

CHEAP FURNITURE, AND HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS. THE Esubscriber lias just opened a large assortment of House Furnishing articles in connection witl his House Furnishing establishment in Galveston. His stock has been selected with great care from thi different Northern manufactories, for cash, which en ables him to sell fully as low as similar articles can bt purchased in New Orleans, and invites the public to call and judge for thems-elvc. J. A. SAUTERS. Main St., dec 22 Adjoining Enuis' Store. "11ATENT and Vegetable Medicines ol every 1 description for sale by may 21 ROBERTS & CO. E RUSHES. 10 doz Paint Brunei. 3 doz Vnnn-li brushels, 4 doz white wash brushes, 2 gross tooth brushes, just received nnd for sale by 'oct 12 ROBERTS &. CO IRISH POTATOES. C f Bbls. Northern Potatoes, just landed and for eJ vsalo by nov 21 SAMPSON J- CO. The Debates of ihe Texas Convention. JUST published and for sale at the Telegraph Office, Main st. July IBtG To Planters and Families in Texas. ALL ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 February 1849

r?Tv1?vgiK, jSlffiiSaUrs $3 in advance. JPublislieil Weekly. or $5 at the end of the year BY CJRCIGER & MOORE. HOUSTON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1849. VOL. XIV. NO. 7.--WHOLE NO. 686. Jr TELEGRAPH AND REGISTiS, Published every Thursday, Slain Streetj HouFtcnj by CliUttEIt. &. JSiOOllE. 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 subsequent insertion Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchauts and others advertising by.tho year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will bo made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal communica- tions willibe 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 accord ingly. 0"AJ1 communications intended for the Telegraph must be addressed post-paid to th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 February 1849

..-. . -y-jt imr 'am " sap- -&' , tho United States 5 but only were "questions of bound- ary" submitted to thoir-arbitrement. There was pending at the timo of Annexation a question of boundary between Texas and Moxico, aud this question rotating to boundary was tho whole foundation and final cause of tho authority vested in tho United States, by their treaty making authorities, to adjudge and determine this question in a manner as (favorable to Texas as Mexico mij;ht -by all the lawful ineaus of .negotiation, be induced to acqui- esce in. But this question ceasing to exist, all authority dependant upon its ex:steuec must also reap.. The late treaty of peace between the United Stales ana fllexico pnt an end to every question or contro- versy, and in doing so pnt an end to the authority con- ceded to the United States in die resolutions of annex- ation. But, what is the claim now set up on behalf of Congress 1 It is this : the treaty making authorities of tho Union, to whom was en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 February 1849

i: - upland "4 Jd., Mobile 4d., Orleans 4gd. Uplaud mid- dling and Mobile are quoted at 4d., and Orleans at 4d. . Roue. Another papal protest was expected. A great' discussion has sprung up between the Cardinals and Pope. Some of them recommend an armedinter- vcution. England. Accounts from all parts of England con- tinue to speak of the present improved condition of commercial affairs, compired with the corresponding season .of last year. The turning point has been reuched, and the impres:on among commercial men. Bays -Willmer, is that a steady improvement may be expected. New York SIarkcts. ColiondnNcw York lias fallen back this morning to prices- prevailing beforo the steamer arrived, and not very firm at lhat. BOARD OF HEALTH. Houston, Feb. 13, 18-19. Board met. Quorum present. M. DeChaumes in the chair. Members present M. DeChaumcs. H. H. Cone, E. W. Taylor and A. Snperville. E. W. Taylor moved that a committee be appointed to report forthwith oil the sanitary condition of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 February 1849

-x& J --L To Planters and Families in Texas. ALL of thefoUowing named articles which have ohtaired great popularity, are sold only in Houston by Grocsbceck & Co., Roberts & Co- and by Eliot, in Galveston, X&badic, and Roberts. TO TflE LADIES. The Genuine Balm of Columbia, for Restoring the Hair. "Long hair is a glory to woman," says Paul, And all feel the truth of the pious quotation ; Preserve it then, ladies your glory may fall, Unless you protect it with this preparation. Tf von wish a rich. luxuriant head of hair, frco from dandruff and scurf, do not fail to procure the genuine Bnlni of Columbia. In cases of baldness it will more than exceed your expectations. Many who have lest their hair for tvventv years have 1 ad it res- tored to the original perfection by the ue or thi3 Balm. Age, state or condition appears to be no obstacle whatever; it alo causes the fluid to flow with which the delicite hair tube is filled, by which means thousands (whose hnir was grey as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 February 1849

a t -tl TJEIIMCS $3 in advance. Puhlishid wrceLly, orgs at the end cl Hie year BY CRC'GRcIOOEE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 22, 1849. "VOL. XIY. 1tO. S.--WHOLE NO. 6S7. ! .,, r TELEGRAPH AM) REGISTER, Published every Thursaajvilain Street. Houston, by CK.TJGER. &$HJpOKB terms": . Subscription for One Year, or Fifly-TVo Num- bers, s- - - - - - .$:). on Aelvertislng, one dollar per square for the firstling; sortion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion, '" " '" "1 " "' ",u "P - """'8"'S' "' , , . . .- . "ni)lhi of the deceased child, who, completei .' Teu !ines-or lefts to constitute a square. To Merchauts and others advertising by the vear, a reasonable deduction from tho above raits will be made. 'PP v l Steamboat cards, Political and Personal commnnica- i . ns wiil bo charged at the samec rates as advertise- n, its , nnoiucomenls of Cand.tatrs for office 5 iii " u.oance. -k , - v Vti Advertisements not marked with the length of ti ne acsired for pnblictition, will be in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 February 1849

portion of Oregon acknowledged to be ours by' the recent treaty with England, our whole territory on the Pacific and west of the Rock- ey Mountainsjwill beound to be in extent but little leas than that vast valley. The pros- rPft nf en errant nn liMitinn rrlrirtr11pr1 I lift OX- r" " - o ......., ......... ... . citement between the North and South in re-1 ference to slavery in its connection with the -territories, which has become since these on the Pacific were acquired, more univeisal and intense than ever. The effects have been to widen the differ- ence between the two sections, and to give u more determined and hostile character t g their conflict. The North no longer respect, j the Missouri compromise line, although adop ted by their almost ananimous vote. Insteat of compromise, they avow that their detcnui nation is to exclude slavery from all the ter- j ritpries of the United Slates acquired, or tj be acquired; and of course, to prevent the j - citizens ot the boulhern btate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 February 1849

W!". 5;" Montgomery road might all be connected ai a point about twelve miles North. West of the city, and if this road for the distance of twelve ' miles should be ditched and thorougly drained, teams from the Trinity, the Brazos, the Colo- rado, and all the intermediate settlements could come to this city-in the wettest seasons, without difficulty. This road might be vim- proved at a comparatively trifling expense ; and as it extendsmrough the lowest and most miery section of country on the route to the rolling prairies above, it is important that it should be completed as soon as practicable. We notice in a late number of the News, an article signed by Capt. Tichenor, in which he charges us with making three false state- ments respecting him, and what is worse, he says we knew they were false. We can as- sure him that we believed the statements were true, or we should not have published them. They are as follows, first : that he charged $5 fare, when he commanded the boats in the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 February 1849

-a To Planters and Families in Texas. ALL of the following named articles which have obtained great popularity, are foSnnlv in Houston by Groesbeeck &Co., Roberta &; Co- and by EInt, in Galveston, Labadie, and Roberts. TO THE LADIES. . The Genuine Balm of Colombia, for Restoring the Hair. "Long hair is a glory to woman," says Paul, " And nil feel the truth of the pious quotation ; Preserve it then, ladies your giory may fall, Unless you protect it witi this preparation. t If you wish a rich, luxuriant head of hair, free from dandrnb and scurf, do not fail U procure the genuine Balm of Columbia. In cases of baldness it will more thin exceed your expectations. Many who have lost their hair for twenty years have had it res toredro the original perfection by the use of this Balm. Age, state or condition appears to bo no obstacle whatever ; it also causes the fluid to flow with which the delicate hair tube is filled, by which means thousands (whese hair was grey as the Asiatic Ea...

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

"HJ UfRiw ljf TJ2iFl&---3 is Wdvaucc. ff'uOlishcd Weekly. or $5 at She end oi ilte year 13 r CRUGER & BiOORE. , TELEGRAPH AND HEGISTER, Published every Thursday, Main Slreetj Sou ton, by CRUGEIt & J5IOORE. terms: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, 83- 00 Advertising, ono 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 rales will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal communica- tions will be charged, at tlie same rates as advertise- ments. Announcements of Canditates for office $5 in - advance. - AH Advertisements not marked with the length o" time desired for publication, will be inserted until forbid - and-charged accordingly. Js.":"jr"? A 11 nnmmnnm'ifinna infonflnfl fnr""tlin TVIpfrrcittll nsvpjaadressetf'post-paid tdtbe Edilcrr Law on newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 March 1849

?k a perfect compound of rudeness and in- civility. He who has a heart flowing with kindness and good will towards his fellow men, and who is' guided in the exercise of these feelings by good common sense, is the truly polite man, and he alone. Correspondence of the New York Re- corder. Journey Across the Isthmus of Pan- t AMA. Panama, New Grenada, Jan.6,1849. Through you permit me to say. to your thousands of admiring readers that we arrived in safety at the "American Ho- tel" in this place last evening. "We land- ed at Chagres and commenced the en- durance of trouble to which we. were charged more than double ihe usual rates for canoes to go up the river, ad those having the most fortunate and speedy passage were three days in reach- ing Cruces,a distance of 25 or 30 miles. All along we were charged the mostex- .horbitant prices for the merest trifles. Arrived at C, we found that instead of hundreds (as we had been assured beSore leaving New York.) there were not scores of mules t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 March 1849

'VtJMll ! vegetables so found, of which there are'uono of the living genera, or species. 'Hie lowest rocks, it "is there- fore iuferred, wore atone time the surface of" the earth, and the seat of organic life. These- appear to have heen destroyed by some great revolutions which brought new tribes of organized beings, while their kinds prove that tho Burface was covered with water. The sub- sequent appearance of amphibia, &c, prove the devel opment of dry land 5 these appear Jo hava been swept away, and among later so'td neks, the mo-istrous race of herbivorous quadrupeds and gigantic licerta pane into existence when the earth seems to have ac- quired herbage for their subsjster.ee. How long this race kept possession cannot be gucs-ed, but their 'ninth of life is well knowu. The gypsum, Sec, which now contains their rema'ns is covered with newer deposits, abounding in sea shells, and above the stratum is found a new race of herbivtrons animals of the grneni of the elephant, rhino...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 March 1849

To Planters and Families in Texas. ALL of the follow ing named articles w Inch Lav e obta ned sr at popularity, arc sold only in Houston by Groesbceck & Co. Roberts & Co- and by Eliot, in Galveston, Labadic, and Roberts TO THE I.ADIES. The Genuine Bslm of Columbia, for Ibpstoring the Hair, "Long hair is a glory to -woman," says Paul, And all feel tlie truth of the pious quotation ; Preserve it then, lidies vour glory mav fall, , Unless you protect it with this preparation. If jou vvih a rich, luxuriant head of Lair, 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 who have lost their hair for twentv ears hiv chad it res toredto the original perfection by the use of this Halm Ase, state or condition appears to be no e-Lslacle whatever; it also causes the fluid to flow with which the delicate Hair tube is tilled, by Which means thousands (whoc hair was gre. ns t!ic Asi-itic Ea...

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