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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 27 November 1841

mwmwwm' FOR CIIiC.ULAN m Printed and- Published every morning at One" Dollar and Fifty Cents per month. 3 VOL. I. AUSTIN CITY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 27 18-11. NO. I. ki- ;' r l?v '.f . fr 1 '4 TARIFF OF THK RF.I'UBLIC OF TF.XAS. . At fixed by the Fifth Conzrexx; to take effect from and after Ike 1st day of April. 1341. Ale rind all oilier kinds of Mali Liquor Books ----.-. Calicoes and HI article of which Cotton form-; a com- ponent p.nt - - - - - ' Cider in cak or bottle -'..--- Cortec - -- - I tinning Utensils Impletnentof Flti-handty and Furni- tnre the pioperty of Emigrant in aetu tl usn not ex-1 cecdinjr in a'uc $500 - -- Iron pis bur. or roil. ...... " nil manufactured aiticlcb of w iiicli it foi ms a com- ponent p:ut - - - - -'- Lumen all nitidis of 1 hii-h it form a component part. Liquok. BiamU Gin Hum Cordials aid oilier Li- Per cent.' ml v. 45 free. 4.1 15 ' : " fiec. 15 45 45 qiwrc 11 and 2d pionf 3d and 4lb " over 4th " Whiskev 1st and 2d 3d " 4th over 4:h " Salt . - $1 r0 p...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 27 November 1841

- "to 4 MmmlU PUBLISHED AND EDITED BY S. WanNg. .: : CITY OF AUSTIN. TEXAS. SATURDAY Ni 'VEMBER 27 1841. We commence to-day the publication of thc"Baily Bulletin." It is the design of this paper to lay before the public the daily occurrences in Congress together with such of our own reflections as may be suggested by the passing events and the spirit of the times. The utility of reporting the debates of that body on the va- rious important subjects which are likely to engage its attention and thereby enlightening the community on matters essential to its interests is of itself a sufficient apology for the appearance of this sheet and cannot fail to recommend it to the patronage of those who are zealously laboring for the good of t:eir country and who are willing to keep their constituents and the pub- lic at hu"e apprised of their own views and opinions. Indupi ubut ff tiiis consideration we have another rea- son which has influenced us in this undertaking a sine 2 re desire to furn...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 27 November 1841

c ( csive that either as a matter of justice or benefit to the Republic such an allowance would be advantageous. We think that some prejudice has heretofore existed gainst these young gentlemen which is really un- founded; and if the members can see and appreciate the merits and services of those in their own employ- ment who arc a portion of the same body wc think it befitting their own character lor justice and impartiali- ty to equalize and generalize the thing. ' TimiMi DottiHK in iiini:i fi'M'nti".." We are struck with amazement at tho impudence and effrontery of the Editors of the Texirv. in assuming to be the friends oar exn-Jlvitce of Gen. S:tm Houston. One of them Dr. Francis Moore ir. has been his -con-stant bitter unprincipled reviier until the iate election spoke in a voice of thunder in favor of the old Hero. He then beeran to chon about and his firrt number after the ejection was a feeler to a--c?rtain if there was hope for him upon profession of repentance;-his co-edi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 27 November 1841

bertieiHvpjLitation of the people at the mercy of stu- judir.yPPunce and sottishness ; for men of worth arid business-talents wou'd not accept the offices of Judges with such a stipend. Mr. JMayfield avowed himself the warm friend of re- trenchment and economy but was unwilling to re- trench at the hazard of the liberty' and property of the citizens ; and insisted that this country taking a View of her peculiar situation and the complexity of her landed tenures and the intricate and novel ques- tions in which they are involved called more loudly than any other for the most excellent ta'enls. sterling integrity ana capacity for research on the part of the Judicia-y and that the services of such men where there i.3 so much to flatter hope encourage enterprize and iuduslry.profe-sioiial'y and practically cou'donly be secure d by ho'dinjr out an adequa'e compensation to abandon labors that promise so much. A. In answer to the a'iusions that professional ien of the country did not feel a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 29 November 1841

Piinteil and Published every morning at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per month. VOL. I. AUSTIN CITY MONDAY NOVEMBER 29 1841. NO. II. r For the Daily Bulletin. A Continuation of the Variations of "NO MORE!" No more the goblet's sparkling brim Shall greet my lips as heretofore; And menrry's barque of thought shall swim In Bacchanalian seas "no more." In vain I sigh for other scenes Scenes bright tho' brief YeknAwn of yore; Of sunny plains and cheerful greens They're gone they greet nry eyes " no more." For long in wilduessiiave I roved Far from my home my native shore : Where those sweet eyes that softly loved May kindle into love "no more." The wine cup poisons every joy Its Syren voice to lull is o'er ; The only bliss without alloy Is found when it is known :: no more" And when I meet in other lands The friends with whom I've joined before . Be this my motto : Heaven commands That I must tasle that cup "no 'more." Austin City Nov. 28 1S41. T. F. S. v For the Dnily Bulletin. The fact t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 29 November 1841

establishment of a line of military posts for the protec- tion of the frontier ? Lamar ! These and many more are acknowledged benefits which the country has' derived from his sendees as a public functionary. And now because a question arises of the expediency of the general policy of send- ing our navy to co-operate with Yuciitan against the enemies of the country and the propriety of the mea- sures pursued oy the Executive to equip the Santa F6- Expedition a most unmitigating tirade of assault and Gensure is opened upon the whole course of Lamar's administration ; he is charged with extravagance with unconstitutionality of action and still worse with having done so to gratify his personal ambition. After an unprejudiced view of the whole course of his admi- nistration we would ask is this generous or just ? If we had space permitted we might here justify the propriety and sound policy of these measures. A little time will however do the work itself and shed lustre on what now may s...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 29 November 1841

If we do him wrong and the course he has pursued he merely the result of his personal devotion to others we humbly apologize for our error and add to the ac- count of imbecility the amount substracted from that of vice. But really we pitied the gentleman when we heard him called to order by a well-known and tried supporter of the President elect who thereby stopped his abuse of the present Executive and we thought (we hope to be pardoned if it was wrong) to ourselves of the nigged path of the apostate and the bitter fruit that is presented to his taster and of the careless and wither- ing contempt of those who profit by his adhesion while they despise the motive. We can tell those turncoats whether Senators or Editors or Printers whether as one or both and we mean particularly proprietors of the Texian whether apparent or concealed who think by kicking atf the dead lion to establish their cliaracter with his successor that for once they have mistaken the man they would pay court to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 29 November 1841

Au mrniritTu i on any contingency which might arise and that the only true restraint upon that power was the responsi- bility of the Executive to the people for the trust re- posed in his wisdom and purity and patriotism. Dr. Moore contended for the adoption of the section. Mr. 'Webb stated that he had no objection to its con- tinuance in the bill or its removal; but rose to object ro the continued imputation of improper motives to the "Executive without any sort of evidence. He consider- ed it manifestly wrong unjust and discourteous. He contended that if according to the argument of the gen- tleman from Harris it was right to call those persons into service in the first place by authority of law. but that it was very criminal to retain them; he could not see the force of the argument and he objected to tiie continual attack upon The Executive whose conduct was not fairly before the house and when there was no sort of evidence to sustain the imputation. Mr. Moore replied and reiter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 30 November 1841

Oaily Bulletin " " Printed and Published ever? niormiig at' One Dollar and Fifty Cents per month. VOL. I. AUSTIN CITY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 30 184V NO. III. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Monday Nov. 29 1841. Present Messrs. Speaker Bowers Efrown Dancy Daniels. Darnell Dennis Fowler Grimes Head. Hew- ett Jones of Galveston Jones of Gonzales Kuykendall Latimer McConnell Morris. Parker of Fort Bend Par- ker of Houston Patillo Pennall. Porter Raymond Ro- berts Robinson Van Zandt Williamson Wood and "Wynus. Mr. Forbes appealed and was sworn in. and on mo- tion of Mr. Robinson was added to the committees on Finance. State of Republic and Claims and Accounts. A Bill reported by the Finance committee appropri- ating $59572 50 for the use of the Post-office Depart- ment was put through the several stages and finally passed. The House appointed a committee to iiivite the Sen- ate to the House of Representatives to hear the votes for President and Vice-President counted. Messrs. Webb and Potter were app...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 30 November 1841

The Speaker did not feel himself called upon to ex- ' press anyfppinion upon the paper as he did not con- ceive the gentleman from Nacogdoches serious. Mr. Mayfield rose to explain that he thought the course pursued prejudicial and likely to work ill as a precedent and therefore he had presented the matter to the House in the different forms which lie had this morning. The Speaker declared the aggregate of the several returns and proclaimed Sam Houston President and SjDward Burleson Vice-President. The Senate then returned to its room. On motion of Mr. Dancy the House adjourned to 3 o'clock p. m. j: PUBLISHED AND EDITED BY S. WHITING. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 30 1841. The Editor of the Texian asserted a few days ago that he had not had time to give the Message a critical Examination yet God save the mark ! but from the hurried glance he had taken at it he found among other deficiencies that it was not grammatically written. Wonder when the editor will enlfgKteh the wor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 30 November 1841

lpathy 1 He said tjie bill was unholy unrighteous ! 1 should be stricken from the statute book; that this and the Execution law of last season had already troyed all credit ; and that his people wanted the op- rtunity to obtain credit upon the strength of their pro- rty. He said if the bill was proposed in some older untry it might do very well some country where n were bom lived and died on the same sod; but tt it was fifty or one hundred years in anticipation of i state of things in this. Mr. Webb said the gentleman from Red River had id he would test the sincerity of Gentlemen in their :clarations upon the principle of exemption! He for le could see no objection to the bill just offered. He iought that under any circumstances men of integ- ity would command a credit ; he thought it placed the poor and the rich man upon the same ground and the onest poor man under its operation could get credit is soon as the rich. Mr. Potter said that so far as credit was concerned le had receive...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 30 November 1841

Mr. Webb thought;. the fates of salaries should be equal and as 'tHey had put others at a low rate these offices should bear a proportion. Mr. Barriett thought the view of the case ought to be were we able to pay these salaries ? and thought $1000 a sufficient salary and wanted talent and want- ed sacrifices ; and if the country proved able to pay more make allowance hereafter. Mr. Martin was as much in favor of retrenchment as any man possibly could be-but he wanted to retrench sensibly. He understood the Secretary of State to be the most important officer in the government except the President and that the bill gave $2000 to District Judges and he thought that the Secretary of State was a much more important offiecr than a District Judge. He thought they had done much and when thcv went home their constituents would smile upon them and would not conceive it wrong that they had voted fair compensation to such an office. Mr. Muse was opposed to the allowance of more than $1500. . Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 1 December 1841

ly Bulletin It Si I Printed and Published every inoniiiig at One Dollar and Fifty Gents per month. A : VOL. I. AUSTIN CITY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 1 1841. NO. IV. For the Dmlv Bulletin. ONE SONG MORE. I am no favorite of the Muse And seldom seek in song to soar ; Yet still I hope you'll print my rhyme Tho' public taste revolts at More. You wield yourself a caustic quill And once you scourged a rascal sore But giving iiim not half his due. I'thinkf!! lash the scoundrel More. The man I menu is often seen. Like Saran. on the sacred floor Distilling falsehood from his tongue Till vico becomes ashamed of More. Insensible to guilt and shame. His hea.it all rotten to the core His very breath is vi rtuc's bane We loath his looks his nature More. Go hide thyself thou Pharisee! Detested" wretch thy race is o'er Thou hast both God and man betrayed So long that none can trust thee More! Faddle. INENATE Tuesday Morning Nov. 30 1S41. Roll being called the following members were pre- sent Messrs. Barne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 1 December 1841

m' Mr. Webb made some remarks in opposition because the duties were very light indeed. Mr. Dangerfield argued in favor of giving him the salary of other heads of Departments; and spoke of its propriety for high reasons of State because he was an adviser of the Executive in matters of great national import. He considered him the great law officer for the Government. Mr. BaVnett contended that if an Attorney-General was worth having he should receive a proper salary f if there was no use for him he thought the duties had better be performed by the Secretary of State as fixed by the other House; but he wanted no $500 man in the Cabinet. Mr. Webb rose to explain why an Attorney-General was necessary for some purposes and yet why a high compensation was not requisite. The labor performed by him was so light coAipared with the duties of other members of the Cabinet that his salary at $500 was proportional to theirs at $1500. He did not consider this amount as any pay for talent ; he did n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 1 December 1841

t '-? : w ifc ' . .mT Motion. bjMB'Dangerfield that the resolution be laid on the taCTK . Mr. Muse offered a resolution to giye the clerks of the Land Office $3 per iem during the present ses- sion 'if they would keep open office and do business until ij o'clock p. m. The act to repeal"' the act prohibiting the forced sale of slaves was fmallpassed. On motion the Senate adjourned to ten o'clock to- morrow morning. EMnRtw 3g3&lE3;SL:53LE3 mETJ'c PU3LIoT13D ANJ EITD BY S."V7HITING-. CITY OF AUSTIN TKXAS. WEDNESDAY. ...DECEMBER 1. 18-11. We have heretofore omitted to pay the proper tribute of respect to departed worth and talent. The Hon. JojmForsvth late Secretary of Slate of tile United States of the North and for many years Senator from Georgia- died at "Washington city on the 21st of lust montn. He was a man of high unquestioned talent a gentleman a statesman and a scholar. In the national counci's distinguished for remarkable adroitness cour- tesy and force in debate and in hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 1 December 1841

r 1 . v. ' . vr i-. . notwithstanding the people are called on to pay a heavy- direct and indirect tax yet sir it is argued that we must pay. $2500 a year to these District Judges in or- der to secure talent. Mr. Speaker if money can buy them to you money can buy them from you; for they are in market and certain calculations cannot be made on such men. No sir I wish to see honorable men serve the country from principles as well as for money. I say that when a man is reasonably paid if his love of country is not sufficiently strong to secure his services he I say is unworthy of the confidence and trust of so high and responsible a station. I for one am of the opinion that the services of able and worthy men can heliad. for one thousand dollars in good money at a time lilafthis when the government and people are groan- ing under a mighty load of oppression from every quarter. In this situation we now stand and honorable gen- tlemen will contend on this floor that we must give $2500 a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 2 December 1841

ily Bulletin. aPHJ Printed .and Published every morning at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per month. VOL. I. AUSTIN CITY THURSDAY DECEMBER 2 1841. NO. V. W Nov For tin' Daily Bulletin. O WHY? 0 ! why didst thou by kindness ever Call forth from my confiding breast Its sympathies then rashly sever The only vase that held its rest 1 The strongest wall may be demolished And lose its mighty strength in dust. The hardest steel when brightest polislrd By one slight breath may turn to rust. And thus my heart llio' school'd to 'boldness. Hath felt the keen corroding fang Inflicted by thy blighting coldness And droops beneath its withering pang. Like some gay bird "when sweetly singing To sooth the ruthless archer's ear While perched on vines with tendrils clinging ToVragrant shrubs that flourish near Or. like some strange exotic flower. "When to a foreign clime transposed To blossoai in some fatal hour And wither ere the dav is closed. . 1S-11. ' R. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Monday Evening Nov. 2...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 2 December 1841

-uX Mr. Owen then moved to strike out 1000 and insert 1500 dollars. Mr. Greer thought they had no right to interfere with the salary of President or Vice President and thought it a violation of law and constitution and thought if they wished to reduce the salary it should have been done before this time. The gentleman had entertained doubts upon this subject for some time but had refrained from opposing the general wish to re- trench. Question being taken on the motion to strike out $1000 and insert $1500 resulted as follows j Yeas Barnet Dangerfleld Greer Muse Potter and Owen 6. Nays Byrne Gains Martin McFarland Moore Shaw & Webb 7. Mr. Webb would have supported this motion but for the inconsistency after having reduced all others. His votes on this subject had been with reference to the duty performed and not upon the rank of the office. He would be very willing to give higher salaries throughout if lie thought they would have the means to pay them. Mr. Potter said if there wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 2 December 1841

It is but fourteen years since the first railroad was inished in America ; it was three miles long and was bsteemed quite a curiosity. In iact it is but eleven rears since they have been used to convey passengers md run with speed ; now 5000 miles of railroad are lomp'.etedj employing 500 locomotives and a capita! f nearly $100000000. It is butthirtv-four years since the steamboat "jNortn liver" made her passage between New York and AI- any in thirty-three hours. Now about a thousand ly in American waters : and the "Swallow" or the North America" will take you from Albany to New rork in nine short hours. Yenly this is a locomotive i i 2e : and steam steam is wording its miracles in ow hidst. The mere introduction as an agent of power If the vapour which fumes up from the spout of the ba kettle has produced an entire revolution in the at- kirs of man. The changes however which have iken place in the west are even more astonishing than hose which have transpired in the Atlantic States...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 2 December 1841

L 7" ry(S V Such is the importance of the ice trade at BostonT that a rail-road has been constructed from the Fresh Pond Cambridge to the wharves whence the ships are to take it south. -' Steam carriages capable of conveying from twenty (ij 11111 iy waasGiicio uic milieu uouu. uii vuiiiniuii iuciu. in England. They are easily guided and travel from twelve to mteen miles per Hour. Onwv Stat.tc Sttoah. At n l;itr nipRtino-nf nn no-ri- yf cultuTaIbcieTyliri)elaware a communication was re- ceived from a Mr. Webb on the subject of making su- gar from corn-stalks and accompanied by specimens of svgar and syrup thus-made. He stated that he had ob- tained in the proportion of 1000 pounds to the acre. . 'The sugar was of the first quality and the syrup veiy pleasant. communicated. It might be inferred from the remarks of the Editor of the Austin City Gazette in his paper of yesterday in reference to a communication signed " One of the People" which appeared in the Daily Bulletin of the -2 29...

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