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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 9 September 1846

THE TJXYS DEMOCRAT- . -.- " " ... . . - j7JE4pK JF dtiSrsr-X -V. f- "; WEDNESj&AY, SEl'TE VIBER 9, 1846. -"A'fcHWX W-1TED x . , "v. .;,'n,..i,,.,-m.;nin, Wishfoemploynutic:iyeyoungm.ui to, , i- .r - ,1.;,. r.,.,.r In the v.t v,t tr;ivflmr no-fcUt for this paner in ine northern aud eastern .portions.of the tate . "Having h-colmderalde -sum f money rovi due, nndireing desirous of extertetn'2 U cir- .culatlnii-of theMJemocroV vvc art- -'S to offer-sach inducement.?, ag wiH render llie ejaeytbqflrprofidW-and jdenant. -v : FORD & CRONICAN. . AustinTSept. 9ib; 1846.. ' y? jq4 OJeifi0r Jeft Biocity on Wednesday r lastlfor tlifejiead -quarters of ibelimiy. . In d . '. ? ." .... i.j'Ua. ;.. tt.frpr.pint ni 4 ncsses orMiie mountain, wie wijiw.ini, me oar- - 'I'nffia-zScnatcana utilise or ucurescma-1 c.v,. - - t--, J , 1 ,",,,, i - ti , r ii.. ii;i,l ;. c ! cninrnmii.'iiiP ior no: M'puai 01 cm union or iiio "'iiiinuiiiiie . v r i.;. .TlvTn.r ..rpMiHiK o the nro- or, the boudo r, he is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 9 September 1846

w-? y i" 3MtiTfi For the Democrat SEEAK XINDLT,TO THE DRUNKARD. "Speak kindly to the drunkard Let every accent fall - J3r.eetry;and softly from thy lips, If tfaoa wouliPst speak at all. The flowenhat droopeth down its head; ' And sick'neth on the plain, -If rudely touched, will wither soon,. 1 Nor raise its head again. " Speak Vindly to thedrunknrd Dne anffry word may bring Unto the sear'd and stricken soul, A deep and festering sting.- O, speak kindly! who din t:H -What may befall him here i This life, at best, is marked with cares -, Sorrows, uud sadness drear.8 ' Speak kindly lo the drunkard "Roughly upbraid him not ; 'There yet may be, amid the waste, A brightxmd verdantspnt: Tis. better far to water that, And let its verdure spread, Than tramp with rude and heedless step, Till its brightness, too, hath fled. Speak kindly to the drunkard " ' O, pass his foibles by ! VCUere yet may be reserved for him Aglorious destiny ! There-yet may be a fadeless wreath, Around his .brow to twi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 16 September 1846

V -ScsswwaKae." 5 tf .DEEISHBO SVEB2" Xvlim For each square oi tc im.m or under, one dollar for the first, and fifty cents for each subsequent ib sertion. A deduction of fiftyper cu nt. will, be made upon yearly advertisements, with the pnvilegsto re- new quarterly. Announcing candidates, five dollars IN aDVANC-v O" All advertisements sent fromjjuyonilhfscoua- ty, muat be paid for in advance. -3L- Sw . J ' if.UiJL.1-; I'KlWilJSKb. JERMS Foar Dollars per annu'D"aHe . tfti?billara at the end of theyeo No subscription "received for Ies3 than six mon'5 E T$U NUMBER 37. AUSTIN, TEXAS, EMESMYJ SEPTEMBER 16, 1846. -Sf I - 1 n d A i"' L5o : : PRIVATE LAWS -iASSED BV THE FIRST SESSION OF THE LEGISLATURE "- ... .- - An A i lVjL an act For the relipf of Thomn- Anderson. Section 1. Z?e i enacted by the L'gislaiurc of the State of Texas. Thai lhe Commissioner ofthe General Land Officii ihe. and he is hereby authorized and required, to correct the I field notes of leagu No. 17, granlel to ThomasA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 16 September 1846

I 3iS-iSl "--' - - OHmMMaCMnB . rr--. From the N&:ional Jutelligencer. r1 "IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS. ,zj. ww i f-.""yi t s.-ALHr UNITED STATES' AND MEXICO. rro- t- eedtDsfs of 'theenafe, ami documents enm- iDMnwtffllhrrrtni frnm which the injunction I " fifaecrrcy Jias been removed," in relation to fS 'affairs between the United States and Mexico : In Executive Session, Senate of the United States. Tuesday, Aug. 4, 1846. The fid blowing' message was received from the Presi- ?detvoriie Uuttea estates ny mr. iraiiicr, $? his Secretary t 5-" rrnnfiHrntfal.1 Washington. A u just 4, 1846.- L3 x cap senate or tne unuea ataies: X herewith communicate to the Senate a TCnpr of a Jctter, under date nf the-27ih uliimn, " . from the' .Secretary of State of the United states Jo theftlnnsterot foreign Kelaliotis of .7 the Mexican" Republic, again proposing to i- v;..: i i..j -..... r 'i.'t; J IH,S,'IH'llHMi3 rtllU UUUUIMIJC it licaij' III 'jpescc.fcich .shall adjust all tin questions in SSbiiieaut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 16 September 1846

HhHHHHIHBIHIHHb3" -J "i ! MMwiMTTirmMMi - ----- .,, ,, - - mtBBMaMI """ "p. , t . THfc. 1 XS DMOClL-iT. crrr of & &stij. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1846. ' ' A&EITt .WASTED.. WeiTOs!i to eriiploy an ucuveyuung mnn to tkct as traveling ug.t-.nt for this paper in the northern mid eastern pniliong nf the Slate. Hjying a enumerable sum of money now -due, and being desimus of extending tile cir- nnl,1nn of the ".Democrat," we are willing nmfrr such inducements ns will render the df1 u.i. MfitW nnd tilenant. ' , - FORD & -GRONIGAN. 1 f, g-,To -ouu Subscribers in Travis and l&e anjiifins,miMliw, we would, say,' Ui.il we will he glad to -receive in payment of wmfs due us for snWrip'ion, advertise- ?Sent.&cMlmoSt avery kind f country ' produce, If d.-Hveed in town, irt the market prWnndwould?hR lmpy to receive every " -accession to onrfiuhWriptipn lirt, payahlejn ?lha samp-manner, when it Is not convenient 1 ? rmj the cish. Our terms- are suen a-- to F& WnoVr. Wffnc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 16 September 1846

I v b-- : 5V v? faJtHi-i. l J S w. VkM' 0!M?2 ysrytSi i. llitA'NiSOTiMADE TO MOURN. , Y, .- FERGUUSON. fc i- VThfte is,n-voio2AhTeh haunts ; rivebtill," i vWherft!er-naearli'll)e: "rtniloneiYJi? me, on totty tun,. - .i !"- .- '."-n - " " .--v -'iVmTriYi Ihejunmmt sen . riFfafit in ihe sifenrtiTsh " - nRrtRaVhe break pFmor) t ; Ajb! nrnitcrjelli dark or light r-Iunvwas not made to mourn ! 7vrj-Vtrenm that spnward flows, - , SxTThe voice salutes mine par-: Infpvenv wind that round me blows, " JjEtsMirilling-notp.a I hpar ; In evpryspund of Nature's heart, "- T'I-ir 'tUfprfti nr fnrlnrn. hislverlSearthe better part TMan wnsMwt made to mourn ! r TIip sun that glads the summer noon, The light that iiWpUi all, '- .Thpmvrind s'nrs, the qnTpt" moon." 3The.zshmvpr5 from lipavpn that fall;' , Thptfijwers which inntir meadows grow, i-Our miSantaln pathsad'nrn - AH. H, fn tlfpfr own fashion hntv ItTnn was no: made to mourn l -I'crlpjnlniidiuUman d -L InnilNatiiTpV v.nice; -JPorVerloinih1" benig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 23 September 1846

TV 1 4 I - ' ii iim i rMTiTTfr''M '" umnmii ' Mtttfs PUBEISHEO EVERY TPEDXESDAT, BY J. S.. FOUD & M. CRONICAN, .-. , PUBLIC PRINTERS. TERMS Four Dollars per annum, in advance Six Dollars at the end of the year. No subscription received for less than six months. Y0L1ME I. MISCELLANEOUS. THE EIRTHQIUKE AT CARACAS. Tim following uescnpuiiii i "g .in... ..- "dous arthqiake which desoh.ted Caracas ... .. n -. u.. t m......il.. TT i Tin following description of the tremen- l.si-i, was wnufii o... uv i.. v.... ...... ., w. - t7oiiiiil tt Cirieo i, from die account furni-h- ! Iiltn. in conversation, nv an iiiieiiijreui in- Iish iieutlemi.il, hitn-elf a witness and suffer- vJ ii 'he dreadful catasrophe. "I h id h-eu f r -i n. year-? in Caracas," aaidIr. Da , "when this sorrowful ca "l.nnity occu-ed, mil was d iviuir a very heavy in.lsiinlMeiitlv prosperous business. I rerul " 1'ct "h well as though it had been this eveuiiiii, the event. It was lite in the 'afienmoii. I wis sitting at the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 23 September 1846

I'l i rwii,fflff.wwfrv;liry.e'-;yami:&v.Tiiitri An act to provide for the distrihut on of the iilion of the laws and treaties of the United States, published by Little & Brown, un 'er -tke provisions of the retnluimi of Congress, . approved March 3. J. 1845, ntul for other pur- poses, .Approved August 8ih, 18 16. An net to provide for tiie inure effectual pubHcatio i of the laws of the United .States. Approved August 8th, 1846. An net to refund to certain persons an ex- cess of duty exacted on the importation of Jfbreigii merchandise. Approved August 8th, x 1846. An act to enable the Secretary of the Navy to purchase the right of Rising Mix1 patent mangerstopper. Approved AuguslSih, 1846. ' - An act for the allowance of drawhack on '. foreign merchandise imported into certain dis- tricts of the United States from the British -. North American Piovinces and exported to " foreign countries. Approved August Sth, 1846. An net to amend the act approved second April, 1844, entitle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 23 September 1846

t-. .V t Ste-'1' - -"sr cv-""--''',i'' ""- -'--" - -, . , r ail countries recognize this principle tn The crediior's rapariiy ial to the I-birs subsist- some, iluting nines ol (lis- protecting from what is essni encp, an I in tress, by preventing ihe forcible sale .ihe lattfr's whole subsistence to satisfy a moderate demand. 1 I do not defend the plan nf repudiating a part of the debt after paying the remainder, for wore we as poor as the great confederation which i-sued conti- nental notes, I conceive that a public financial' pledge, made with full know- led" of ih. shortness of consideration, oun-htnottob" renounced while a prospect of our eventual power to redeem it re- mains; but it does not follow ilia; those who sustained that plan were actuate 1 bv impure motives ; and it is not need ful in palliation of their views, to revert 10 the fact that they were willing to give dollar For dollar received withintetest, and tint the portion of the bond they wished to deny, was an excess...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 23 September 1846

-&S. -dfei1 S xs p-? iiaetrg prom the N. Y. Mirror. THE LIGHT ON THE SHORE. -Our life is a bubhle, And Time is the ocean"!; Each wave is a trouble, And Love the commotion;- - Our Breeze Is n sigh, 4 That wafts us safe orerp And woman's soft eye, I. fe.fc The light on the shore.. From the rock of Despair - "We let go the rope, ' - Through the breakers we wear, With the anchor of Hope ; " IFeTgh ho !" is the cry, -True Friendship the store, s And woman's soft eye, r. The light on the shore. 'l Though we weather the blast,. And cherish the cargo, - - Old Death comes at last s -And lays anemhargo; , Whpn thus called todie -X "Mav we slit I lnnk'heforer Still keep in our eyer The light on the shore. GOOD NIGHT. From tlicGrermanjof Korner. Good night"! vrE)Trri"ttro"rn" w i gift ; Now-J be dav so sweetly closes, Everv aching hrow rpnosps- " " "Peacefullv this morning light, Good night ! Homp fo ret l Olns" the pv and mini thphrpasf ; Stillness through ihp -tree is sfp-i ling, And ihp ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 7 October 1846

jt ?xm s ' P5IBLKHEB EVERY -WEDNESDAY, SFOED &VM.-CR0JNICAN3 - . PUBLIC P1UNTEKS. - TEIUISOFDVSRTlSIKCf.". For each square o'l ten ln,e orunder.'one dojit for tins rim, and tiny ccnis fur each auqseqaent in- serttun. A deduction or fifty per cem. vviK'be nucfe -upon yearly a.. vertiseiuentB, with the pr.vilege to rs new. quarter-y . AnB .unci ig candidates, five dollars uCjUbrxHcs D All advertise mints setfl froju beyond (riia coca ty, must b.o paid for in advance. " .""T-ERAIS Four Dollar per annum, in advance EfSJXrDollarB at ttie end of the year. No subscription TeCiivcd for less than aix months. TL -&P JOLUME I. AUSTIN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTORER 7, 1846. NUMBER 40, of nP 5 Vy J 11 m 5p : W Bxacsaa:BaaKmmsBasmSamxaaBKTXsxxsaKMamjxxam f ss. E X -MISUELLAHE-OBS. " From Neal's Saiurd iy Geztsltc. m&Sfi&E "Wid w Bed-tts Tabi5 Talk. "tgpHrs vra-a wonderful Jumil to moralize, .ctin!) iwi" wiss specially after he. begun rtreuj iv.po'irhealth. H" made' an ob- -efVaiiuu ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 7 October 1846

WtWWIK'JUH.IW'.J'HA" ? jr' -, . , .5Mafc. .. . s EAv jN MEXICO. ' a" Wre iudebterf to our liberal and friendly Hjtfaus&ter for the Tallowing extracts from tlie h o--MeJ6&n papers just received in the Navy De- ' - j. " . . . i -jrtenU They show in wliat an aavatageous iiehtUhe free institutionsof the United States U ,s.are viewed even at this time in Mexico. The ?.ditr of the Locoraoter coniesses mat tlie benefits which we hold out trn foreigners in va- ri:ways, especially in freedom ofreUgion, freadorn of employment, abundance of "land. aepkssihiTity to citizenship, &c, &c, Jiave tw&e us very poguhir in the eyesonhejeope- bfXStirope, Wiiiwr tuey comnome to create -OHiejealoifsyTUid uneasiness on ihe part of 'jeir governments. This ts the theory of the .liMtor ot the Locomotor such.ls bis solution -Cttbe causes, us well as ihe-eiTects. It ii in tkmanner he explains the OeciJed superinri - "tvnf thf TTnttftrl StntM nrsr ATp-vinn its su. I- . .... v , penor attracti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 7 October 1846

-ssgjrAe5 x-i-jv Parl'iamemt. It is considered certain .that parliament will be dissolved in the course of twelve months. .;!-, Monday night the house of lords read if for the third lime and passed the sugar bill. The potato blight is general East, jvest, north, south, the cry is "still it comes." Hiii Ireland the devastation is general. l&Bvery where the root is rotten, or'progress- ing towards decay. Science is at fault, and -ralartn is rife. As regards society-it is a'se- 'rious as regards the poor it is a melau- -choly visitation. Mr. M'Liaue, who has so-honorably and ' t efficiently filled the office -of minister for ihe Uuited States of America at the court -ofSt. James, and through whose judgment anT kind atidcdnciliatory manners, the Slate intricate dispute oil the Oregon ques- tlon has been sa happily settled, leaves . ".England to-day by the Britannia Jbr Bis -.v? , j .it- M'T.Tt7ir!on:irt! irnm this iBiirltry respect we, believe, by every it&an. in B ugland. -May ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 7 October 1846

r-jf- Cf4:g .- . SCVU.?' J- - -. A J1RGB FOR THE BEAUl'U'Ul.. Softly, peacefully Lay her to rest; Place the turf lightly - On her young breast; Gently, solemnly . Bend o'er thejied , fcWhere ye ,have pillowed Thus early her head. lEfant a young willow. . " MkCIose by her grave : - . jL.etiu long branches - Soothingly waive.; .Twine n .sweet rose-tree : Over .the tomb; - Sprinkle fresh buds-there 'Beamy and bloom. - - - "Let a bright fountain, -- . " Limpid and clear, - . ; - Murmur its music, .Smile through a tear .. " -Scatter its diamonds . i, , -Where the'Jpved lies,? . U'Brilliaut and starry, . , . ., s Like angel's eycs." . . ' -&.-$ Then shall the bright, birds, On gulden Xing, -Lingering; ever, - . . . . ii "Murmuring sins ; ,,. " .fThen shall, the soft breeze -fc, " - -Pensively Vijjhr - s-s Bearing rich fragrance Aud melody by. - . --.. e -& Lay the sod, lightly, ; -f ' ' Over "her Jbreast; --.v Calm be herslumbers, -- Peaceful her rest, " "$'Beautifur, lovely, ", -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 14 October 1846

fv; 1 -1 ggjg5a!S: -v POIilSHEO -EVERY WEDNESDAY, .BY 3S: TOED rMCROMCAN, T-EitMs . AEyERTlSIlf G. For each square ui i-r. uuea or under, one dollar for the first, and filty cents for eacli luqsequent insertion.- A dedilctimi ot fifty per cefll-will fee mads upon yearly auyertiseinentt., with the pr.vilegBloT--new quarterly I . . . . A-nnjuncing candidates, five dollars m dtakcx. ". ID All advertisements sent from beyond fhfscoan ty, must be paid for in advance "POBLIC ."PRINTERS. it&f'u'fc - TSRAIS Four Dollar "Jur" aiiyuin, m advance ' -"7s3ftih?s SihV wid of She. er. ''-No aubsef ipuon - reciK:d tyr le&sHhaii "iix mouths, ea Volume t. AUSTIN,' TEXAS, WEDNESDAY; OCTOBEE' 14, 1846. MBfcBER 41. Uiindjciritt-: ' " -fC" I 1 ;"-" . j Lf:AS " ... ,i . - .! iA-4l fi U . . Prrr THE BEAR CHA.SE ' ' " -f A TOUCH CS fl STORY. " -Pi---' jFrmn ihe-Freiich . f.- ' ifOae evening,' alinri m afterthe-b ttiltj-'nf ''ViU5iiojr, (1743.) -i group uf di krog's bndy- ' : "EiM"1 v" sougrpg'itt-d ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 14 October 1846

II I M II I k.m !.--; r' J can becqiiDre3.byrher vassals, she will eitheriheloundaiion of no new queens, ySz$!& lcej are, Drougiu. into caisiciiv-g, ide-wittesiroy ihern as fast as they ap- tRnJ no swarm -is ever thrown oft k witpul queen ;vlience, large .hives are V 'nonnlvqinhrn'fliir'iTve as retrards increase ofswarmsbut" there will not'as much lwrje.xeslore:dJn ihe.supers in Jiiyes 15 orl'Sincbes deep.as in those of less 3cfth!frirxerea3on of the. greater ob struction to 5vhichtbewrs arejiable J -inileending to the supers this being the case, it would nafunilly suggest to our "niiacfe 'thai broad and shallow hives would iio 'better than those that are about square, -such as I consider best'. This yould be j. the case so far as-slorifying honey is con- ' yried'JMiCtei3 ioiporlnnf lha the bees &oul(i:oe kepi as compact R3 possible; to ecWaiem against the sudden changes aeiswwiec'eafher, and also to be in a bat- ter0condiiion to resist fcbe approaches of : --iiwe-moujhjmn-e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 14 October 1846

'sssesm&s&St&r " -Hfe tsfTBe&m. ' -rf n if. ?--- -sby my friends. But-that I made a factious j opposition to the Joint Resolution, or was topoedio-annexatioii as a national measure, "iHtfwlKjlIy erroneous1. 1 thought that the go- 'wHHint oT ihe United "States should have fUMBie3ntfe public debt of Texas, and giveii "guarantees upnn some other points, such fur iHce as a -satisfactory arrangement of our Ijidlait relations, the' incorporation ofounia- W&reitaBIishment into-that of the Uron,&c. Texas once belonged to the United States, r;was,Sftld and transferred by that government ,iiJl?tn3 nd a satisfactory consideration re- wreiL. Subsequently it was colonized and conquered by a portion of her own citizens, Asndjiur -punlic-debt is the cost of thecouquest. juthpujjht itungenerous'to us, and unworthy iofareat and magnanimous jovernment, to asl; the restoration of her aliunaturi empire, cleaving the cost of its reclamation to be paid bjrhffse vho restored it to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 14 October 1846

RV otvatai-jBRrjC -vox :JoKti S5 ' " v- Jrom Dolman's Magazine-. THECOatJETTE.- --Trr-WItES GEKALD KEON. ""' -f f -.Owctpring ifcornin--", in her dJd'age she " . - 4wn lone at the casement. 'The iyferaoflhedav.-and of the year, put fr "t.y"iij-j. .u -...IrifT nf Jir lifp 'JMT Ul miUUOL UIC iucJ5 '"- J ?ld'sb sang; with tears . " My heart is sinking With oyer thin kinor, .. "Ofliim-vrho woo'd-me in early We ; " He had scarce a rental, . But his look Wis gentle, -. J&ibUpriag, he prayed me to be his yife. t -cannot proffer JT ' C A wealthy coffer," - 1fr"ftB fii"frordsin the days of youth, - V1 ' - ,c Bin your husband's lory . 0 ;Mhy be'named in story, Asdjou. shall engross a heart of truth.' " "No Tay, adorning . ". ,. -' i' ' Some vernal mornihsy , IPtrbroke more sweet o'er an -eastern-isle, h-1 Than.ihe beam -beginriing, " . . , m his lip so winning',. "To diffuse thelight of hope's youthful smile. Sail answered slightly, . Laughing so lightly, . " . That nlore-was the" 1 o ve ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 21 October 1846

-& 4 'USIiISHED EVERY WEDNESDAT, 3Y ," - TERMS OP ADvERl'WliVG. s5&-E0-ED & M.-OROMOAN, For each square oi len hues or under, one dotfar For tlin firs!, and fifiw prnio rw . i. $$& - PUBLIC PAINTERS. . "a j j . J - uiua suqsequeBt- in- sertion. A dduction ofiifty per cent, mil bemad upon vearlV advertisements, with thv nr,t,.rn... ... ... TJ2RMS Pour Dollars" per annum, in advance SixTJoilars atthe enS of the year. No subscription feeeivcd-for less than six months. new quarterly. Announcing candidates, five dollars i.r adtancz (I i All.advflrtisemnnlasfint from hnvnnrt ff.:."X. tS'v ty, must be paid for in advance. " sr -'V y- M saY0LWE. I. --!. s ..MISOILLATSB'OUS. 'it "the-order of poverty. & '" "BY. DOUGLAS JEIUJOU). "5vhy should not Lazarus make" to himself ft-der of tattersl Why should not Poverty rlwfe its path of honor? Wherefore should nottlieuridutfbed knights of evil fortune car- ab'olKem.witlia gracious humility, the "Inevitable types of their valorous...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 21 October 1846

tP" , . . i.. m m wi-4, ..yLL mag-JCIiiJ"' ega3B3Big5EMaBaBaMEMEgBBMMB3BaMEMBMgMTiw-riMBBMgMfcw"M"BMMWiM L- From the JV. O. Delta. -THE AFFIRMATIVE SIDE OF THE QUESTION, A MnnW toll 'nnlp.fflced, middle-aged .- ..t, n.:,nnehnT In the "Recorder's m isviuuic uiiiuuM,- w - .. ,wi mnmrnir. looking as resigned t wOll-Darrot. -and fanning lumself with a -lapidated beaver hat, which had become riatedsnd jed from extreme age: his eyes e heavy and sunken, and deep furrows apoB Iwf&ce gave convincing proofs that he hadfferd some Jiard knocks, and that his &c iwcf seen as-chequered as a chess board. TheRecorder appeared surprised to see so re- apecfciwle a person in such a bad box, and eoMritHig Iu3 record, enquired if hi3 name wWf.'-F. Butt." The prisoner looked up, - Md after u momentary pause, as if to insure w'wweSfof lus identity, replied with a sigh, "TWhy Mister Perkins, what a dreadful liar Jflw,l never did. see. "''Taint no such a Uf Mister Recorder now, so it ain't" ex- jhime...

Publication Title: Texas Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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