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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 May 1851

f! TEXAS $3 in advance. Published Weekly. FRANCIS MOORE, JK. TELEfiRAi'il AM RKGIST Puiliiliod every Saturday,"Main Street, llouston, by J-U'SCW ;Ui)OftK) J8« terms: S ib.cripf.0fl for One Year, or Fifty-Two Nam- ben, - - - * * wants of vegetable find animal vatality. 'lhis wise provision should be carefully studied by every one who desireg to jajoy sound health and a long and happy life. Most of-'the ills that flesh is heir to," as well as most maladies Of plants, have their origin in the violation of nature's laws. The growth and constitutional vigor of all living beings. not less than the revolution of tho sertion, and fitly cents for each enbsequent insertion Teu tinea or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates n il! be made. , ' Steamboat cards/ aud Political communications will be ahargfed at the same rates as advertising. Xntr on Newspapers. 1.—3u> oribers who do not jriye express notice tolh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 May 1851

-.fc-• • •*"*.' IRON. Bt abundant metalic mineral p 'dt. lUvaltiers ten times i«f gold and silver, aud one-balf the vakw of all the metals produced in the United State*, fron is Ibund in every State in tbe Uoioa. - ' ' The mo*t valuable mine is one in Salisbury, Connecticut, which yield* three thousand tons annually. The" mines of Duchess and Columbia counties, in the State of New York, produce annually twenty thousand tons of ore; Essex county, one thousand five hundred; Clinton three thousand ; Franklin six hun- dred : St. Lawrence, two thousand; amount- lag hi all to more than fifty thousand. The vatae of the iron produced in tbe United States, in 1885, was five millions; in 1837, ■even millions seven hundred thousand. In Ohid, one thousand two hundred square mila* a*e underlaid whh iron ore. ^ A region explored in 1838 would measure iron sixty- onsmHei long, and six mjles wide; a square mile wookt yield three million tons of pig-iron, en that this district would contain one bill...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 May 1851

od the basks of a small stream betwegp Greasers' Gulch and Barns' diggings, in Mairposa county. Mr. Falsey was shot in the thighs, an arrow passing through the right thigh, in the fleshy part, and penetrating the left about half an inch. Mr. Montgomery was shot by an arrow in the head, not badly wounded, however. The Frenchman, Jean, was very badly wounded, and it is thought mortally. Mr. "Ward received a mortal wound. arid died during the night. fho Sacramento Placer 'limes of the 14th, has the following from that quarter: Propped of o|Massacre\—We published some days ago, an account of the murder of a man, by two- Indians, at a place known as the Zinc, house, about twelve miles this side of Rough and ready,<ppn the main road leading to the place. A friend who arrived in this city last evening, tells us that a party from Rough and Ready hadjbeen out to the Indian rancho, and had called upon the chief to deliver up the two murderers. He refused, telling the party who went to him,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 May 1851

UNITBD STATES WHOLESALE CLOTHING WAREHOUSE. 1 00., '* Idocmiom *0 ttWlS * VAXFOKOt . Jtaa* M« Mi w« ««•< . Jfmw Yew. iidtfsfMlea tuts* and BarHag Slip, YTAYS 0® BAUD THE' LAB6EST ASSORTMENT ^ flLQTfflNS tetheCsilsd Btirts* adapted to All Markets. In tbsarticlss of ~ SHIRTS AJfD BRA ITERS, / Tfl |||. i il- =-*- Also, tht moit extensive Msnn- r ' -j, - . ficturers of OIL CLOTHING AND COVERED !#AT3 in n> woua. i HiltB maM fWklawUc Ctotklni of U klab. Malnfio of stoek senthy mail. Ord«r* promptly filled. - ^ H. flANFOSD fc CO., Succwtofilo \Ti ... . v >.- Lxwis it HiKFOUD, No.. 952. ^,256 ^^.8^ Oreat News! Great Times! I NEW-ARRIVALS! IMPORTANT NOTICE. THE Subscriber begs leave to call the attention of the public In gmeial, and those that read in particular, to the NEW BOOK STOR|! sly abliihed in Houston, where they can find (on at accom- modatingterm* an at any similar establishment South ofMaion fc Dixon's Line,) a greater variety of Reading Matter than at any Store in this S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 May 1851

j/V TfiLECRAPH & TEXAS T£ $3 in advaucc. Published Weekly. B¥ FRANCIS MOOKE, Jit. or $4 at the cndoi the year HOUSTON, FKIDAY, MAY 1.6, 1851. VOL. XVI. NTO. ao.--WHOLE NO. 802 TitMM AND REGISTER, . Published every Saturday} Main Street, Houston, by t PH AN CIS MOORE, JB. terms: Subscription ffK One Y<w, m Fifty-Two Num- ber#, • - - - #3. 00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the first in- •ertiou, ;iud fifty cents for each subsequent i user tic*!. Tea lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and ethers adveitkieg by the year, * reasauaW* deduction from the above rales <vill be made. Steamboat cards, and Political communications will be charged at tie name rates as advertising. ha,w on JYewspnpcrs. J.—^ukeeriUere vrko do not give express not ice to-the coutra'ry, tcj considered as wishing t«> continue their tub6Cfi|jtio!i. 3.—Ifjubicribsrs order the disceirtijwmcvce ofthek papers, tlie jpubiiybflr^Pifty continue to send them till all thai it due be^md. 3 •—...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 May 1851

fsimpai STRATAGEM: -:0$W^- k ' .^p--- •♦•<-. c!v5^-:"" Alfcirttthe-South American Silver Mines. The fcillowiog is lbo communication of a gentleman now engaged in managing opera- won* in (he neighborhood of Cobijah, West of SoUth America : Upper Peru forma an extensive territory, situated South and somewhat East oi Lower Peru, with which it assimilates in aspect and productions. In 1778 it was separated by the Spanish Government, and was attached to the .▼leeroyally of La Plata; but in the course of the late revolution it was separated from La Plata also, and erected into an indepen- dent republic, under the name of Bolivia.— 'Poteti enjoys the greatest fame of any city in tM* region, but retains few traces ot the wealth which gained for it this celebrity. It Is, probably, the most elevated city in the •world, being more' than 12,000 feet above the level ofthe sea, consequently higher than the Peak of Teneriffa. The miues have been the cause of the unrivalled wealth of this countr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 May 1851

*ight and day, clearly proving tSaVtfcerSabine loftiest of this group is lhat of Cheops, so . i* nil thai could lie deatr^ti for safe navigation. called from tUe name of the prince Wy whom These facts must arrest the attention of the it is supposed to have been buiit. It covers a emigrant who is seeking a new home.in our State. Insteadof passing through our eastern counties to locate on '.he rick valleys of llic Brazos and Colorado, where he deems the advantage? of navigation alone are ottered him—but where sickness and disease soon sever the dearest ties, he will look to the ler- ti'e lands along the Sabine and its tributaries, and settle with his family where good water abound*, and where the ang« l of health pre- sides.—San Augustine Herald. We most heartily rejoice at every success- ful effort made in our youag and Nourishing •Slate, to improve her rivers and increase the facilities of intercourse and access to markets. We have scarcely a doubt but that nearly every river iu Tex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 May 1851

<y 4-«^rn > lal UNITED STATES WHOLESALE CLOTHING WAREHOUSE. 8. B. HARFORD fc 00., Buccemoxs to 1.IW * HABFMtD, ,M% M4, MS ua Ml Purl ttmt, Sww Yo**. Batwtsn f niton stwt and Burling Slip, «*Afl 6X HAND THE LABGE8T ASSORTMENT CL0THIN6 !■ Ih fjitri fr'**, ndaytad to All Markets. Ia the articles of SHIRTS AMD DBA ITERS, D^lan H —illm wMy. Abo, tha moat extensive Manu- lactams of OIL CLOTHING AND COVERED HATS ■ -, THE WOUD. fUUmUt CMkta| of all kind*. of stock nnt by mail. Orders promptly filled. H. HANFOID k. CO.. Buccessorsto Liwm fe Hasford, . Naa. 95#, 254, 25# add 258 Pearl St., 787 ««■■ ■> ' NEW-YORK MALAGA LEMONS. I fresh Halua Lemons, just received and foriale ' • " ^ HENRY SAMPSON. SPRATT'S Patent Lightning Rod. This invention affords, by a combination of principles, perfect security from the efbeta Of thundeV storms, at a very moderate east. The points consist of one of solid plati- nated silver, twelve inches long, and of three gold plated negative magnets, the whole...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 May 1851

TELKtltil ll & TEXAS REGISTER. t ■Ml' 'I'"1 TEilM*—$3 in advance. -( as Published Weekly. BY FRANCIS MOORE, JU. TELEGilAPH AND REGISTER, Published every Saturday, Main Street} lloustou, by FtUNCIS MOOKE, JU. terms: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, ' - - - * " " $3.00 Advertising, one doflarper square for the first in- sertion, and lifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten lia 3 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 catds, aud Political communications will be charged at the same rates as advertising. Sjftw an Newspapers. 1,—Tabwibers who do notgive express notice to I lie contrary, aid c.i.isiiiered as wiiliin* to continue their subscription. .—Ifiabscribers order tbe discontinuance of their papers, the miiv cG«itiiiuoiossnd them till all that is due be paid. 3 —If subscribers naglect or refuse to take their papers from the office tu which they are...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 May 1851

Stadtholder oi Hungary. That post is now to be offered to the Archduke Leopold. Our correspondent states that a chance of measu- res may possibly be expected with regard to Hungary,- •' itai,y. '■ The Risorgimento, of the 12th inst., quotes the following, dated Florence, 7th: "It has } rumoreil for some days that England has ; lately addressed to Austria a very energetic rote against the occupation by her troops of the P-intilical dominions and Tuscany. Persons Usually well informed- state that the note has bjencommuoieated to the Tuscan Gov't, with an intimation to take measures to dispense with i those auxilaries. It is likewise said that similar steps have been adopted with regard to France, as respected Rome, and I know that letters, writen from this last city by offi cial personages, mention that some days ago the French Government had endeavored to impress the Pope with the speedy cessation of the occupation. I am inclined to'believe the ^umors well founded,, for M. de Montess...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 May 1851

K y 24«h, 1*2 M.—The river m falling, with three feet scant on the tbsak. The weather is cl *ar and (tteaeanS. Cotton.—The cottoo market yesterday was without speculation with Bates of 34 hales, a superior article, at 7|o. Sales of tobacco at 2a6±. NbwYomc, May 24.—The Democratic Convention of the State of Vermont has nom- irintpd John S. Robinson for Governor. Resolutions were passed, repledging the Democratic party of Vermont to the platform of Baltimore in 1836, drawn by Silas Wright, and the position taken by every Democratic National Convention since; alsd in favor of (he compromise law in relation to slavery, and protecting against the introduction of the slave question as a party test. * Louisville, May 24. p. x.—The markets. Cotton, a sale of 16 Bales of Alabama at 8+ to 8$. Flour, sales at $3 70 to $3 75.— Wheat 65; Coru, 35 to 37£ from wagons ; she iled corn scarce at 45. Rio coffee, 10£ to lOj. Sugar firm at 6£. Molasses, plant- ation, 35. Provisions, mess pork, $10; ba- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 May 1851

=B=S= UNITED STATES WHOLESALE CLOTHING WAREHOUSE. ^8. H. HANFORD & CO., " 0UCCSSSORS TO LEWIS ft MASFOKD, Km. 85J9, 854, 3S6 sad 85S Pearl Street, H BetwsenVoito" «trt«t arid Burling Slip, AVE ON HAND THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT ? CLOTHING . Is the United States, adapted to- AH Markets. In the articles of SHIRTS AJfD DRAWERS, We keep an endless variety. Also, the most extensive Manu- facturers of OIL CLOTHING AND COVERED HATS IN TUB WORLD. plain and Fashionable Clothing ofjjll kinds. Catalogues of stock sent by mail. Orders promptly filled, a. H. HANFO ID & CO„Siccessorsto LKWIS & HANFOKD. Nos. 252, 254, 25f> and 2-8 Penrl St.. NEW-YORK 6m 787 MALAGA LEMONS. ■ flA HOSE9 fresh Malaga Lemons. i ,st received and for wile *"Uhy dec ID HENRY SAMPPOX. SPRATT'S Pafcnt Lightning Rod. This invention affords, by a combination of scientific principles, perfect security from the effects of thunder storms, at a very moderate- cost- The points consist of one of solid plnti- "nated silve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 June 1851

t St KE^mTEft. r£K ff^—$3 in advancc. B Y FRANCIS MOOBE, JR. JP ublished Weekly. or $4 at the end of the year HOUSTON, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1851. VOL. XVI. NO. 23,—WHOLE NO. 805 > Published every Saturday* Mala Street, Houston, by FRANCIS MOORE, JR. TBRMS: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, v - - - - - - $3. t)« Advertising, dno dollar per square for the IBrat in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or l«w to constitute a square To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates wHl be made. Steamboat cards, and Political communications will be charged at thesame rates as advertising , MJaw on Newspapers. 1.—Subscribe™ who do notgive expreu notice to the contrary, are considered at wishing to continae their iub«enption. 2.—tfdubseribers order the discontinuance oftheir papers, the publisher may contianeto send them till all that is due be paid. 3 —If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their pape...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 June 1851

The London Exhibition.;—A London cpr- it of the New York Commercial w i tbe following account of the progress of arrangements for opening the great exhibi- As the^eried for the opening of the ex- hibition draws near, an all-pervading curiosity becomes manifest, and it is now, of course, the sole topic in every quarter. An .an- noucementjust put forward, that it is to be in- augurated by the Queen in person, and that a state pageant will be arranged for the oc- casion, has greatly added to the popular in- terest in the festival, since a display will be thus got up that can be seen by the masses outside, while the sights of the interior can .only bo seen by those who have possessed themselves, of tickets at a cost of three guineas. The increasing influx of foreigners is plainly observable, and there is an unde- fined buz of expectation, which plainly de- notes that for the next month or two no sub- ject whatever will be able to command atten- tion, oxcept in so far as it may have a be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 June 1851

... 1 i i ' 1 Fvtpuiie in the floor maket, price8_a •hilling lower. >' New York, Aftty 28.—Cotton unsettled: sales YOO bales. Floor deefiatog; 9,000 barrels sold at $3 94 a $3 96. Perk better j old mess $14 87, prinM$13. *~ The New Yoak Senatorial elections have re, suited in the gain of three Whigs, £qr. Canal- men,] thus securing the passage of the bill. Foreign Markets.—At Havre on the 14th' the cotton market was depressed. Sales of the week 5,000 bales. Stocks 112,000 bales. Marriott's Liverpool Circular quotes middling Orleans 5 3-8d.; fair 6 l-8d.; mixed corn 30 a 3i. mi? Skipping.■>-At Liverpool, South Carolina, Co- ltmbia, Peter Marcy, Jenny Lind and Otomoeo, 6f New Orleans. At Dublin, Patrick Henry. At Greenock, Huron and Lucy. At Havre, Marie Joseph. At Bordeaux, Nancy Plaisted. At Genoa, Monterey. '' The steamer Atlantic leaves Liverpool for New York in the letter part of June. New York, May 28.—The Board of Com* nintoners to- adjust California land titles ttearly c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 June 1851

UNITED STATES WHOLESALE ©fe|THING WAREHOUSE. ^ tf. HANFORD & CO., , i ■ sdcclooll to . LEWIS * HANFORD, Km. ail, u«, as« u>< MS Peeri street, " ..Hxw YORK, Between Fulton street and Burling Slip, ON HAND THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT CLOTHING In the Cnited States, adapted to All Markets. In tb« articles of SHIRTS JiJfD DRAWERS, yft keep an endless rariety. Also, the most eitentive Manu- facturers of OIL CLOTHING AND COVERED HATS in the world. Plata ud Fashionable Clothing of all kinds. j mail. Orders promptly filled. S. H. HANFORD fc CO., Successors to Lewis ft Huron), i 787 Nos. 252, 254. 256 and 258 Pearl St., ^ ' NEW-YORK j - MALAGA LEMONS. 20 b?XES f?.he iS""* ^""""'ijENRY^AMfg£* ; SPRATT'S Patent Lightning Rod. Tikis invention affords, by a combination of scientific principles, perfect security from the effects of thunder storms, at a very moderate Qoftt The points consist of one of solid plati- nated silver, twelve inches long, and of three gold plated negative magnets, the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 June 1851

& TEXAS REGISTER. % ijfei |t iu adruucc. B Y FRANCIS MOORE, JR. m TiSLiSURAPH AND REGISTER, i'ubliaiied every Saturday, Main Street, Houston, by fsasqui MOORS:, JH. terms: SabWMtita for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- b. ~ - - - $3.00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the first in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Tea iiaes or leas to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, and Political.communications will be charged at thesame rates as advertising. JLaic on JVewspapers. 1.—Subscribers who do notgive expreti notice to the contrary, arc considered as wishing to continue their subscription. 2.—Ifsubscribers order the discontinuance of tlieir papers, the ■ publisher may-continue to send them till all that is duo be paid. 3 —If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the office to which they are directed, they are held responsible till the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 June 1851

EARLY CULTURE OF COTTON. roust feaiSecs we suppose now to be the firstjforking of their cotton, iporSving satid something aboat the culture oormin ou^lssrw&- WHI now offers few thoughts about cotton. It is very difficult, as *H practical planters know, to lay any rule which, will apply to all the various circum- stances attendant upon this crop, comprising as it does such a variety ' f soil and planted as the crcp has been with such varied prepar- ation. The working of this crop may be commenced as soon as the third and fourth leaves make their appearance, and the goo - u_jeral imprassiou is, that those nearly workings contribute to the health and vigorous growth J, of the plant. There is much difference of opinion about tho best method of perform- ing tbis operation. Soma men, and some , very successful too, proceed at once to reduce jj the crop to, or- nearly to, a stand, making a tedious and slow operation of the first going over, insisting that they are quit e up with tjtaus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 June 1851

twwflfr'wfthtiold my atteation and advocacy from; it. "Intelligence is the strength of qui- institutional and when wo possess the means, to refuse theuo in the extension of the proper facilities for its general diffusion, or to divert it to subordinate purposes, is to neglect or forget the teachings of wisdom and experi- ■'% ence. . , . The constitutional provision requires the Legislature to provide for the establishment and maintenance of free publio schools. The inhibition -contained therein to a sale of the . public lands set a part ai a school fund, if removae, would in a few years create a fund, which, iu additian to that resulting from tbe tax per cent, of the annual revenuce arising from taxation, and added to that, which may with great property be drawn from the sur- plus above referred to, or the interest accru- ing thereon, put it in the power of the Legisla- ture to establish free schools upon a footing which would confer all the practical advan- tages to the rising gene...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 June 1851

UNITED STATES wholesale CLOTHING WAREHOUSE. S. H. HANPORD & CO., puccessoes to LEWIS 4b HANFORD) km. **> « p* rl «*••* New Yoax. Between Fnlton street and Burling Slip, ttate on band the largest assortment " CLOTHING |l United States, iilhptid to All Markets. In the articles of "tMRTS AJfD DRAWKHS, . w« kM ta MiUin variety. Alto, the moat extensive Nanu* facturers of OIL CLOTHING AND COVERED HATS 1h the world. plain and Fashionable Clothing of all kinds Catalogues of stock sent by mail. Orders promptly filled. ' 8. h. HANPORD & CO., Successors to .;£}•• Lewis & Hanford, Hoe. 258, 254, 256 and i 787 MALAGA LEMONS. gO boxes fr~h |fal„a I^mon.^uUoy.v^a SPRATTS Patent Lightning Rod. This invention affords, by a combination of scientific principles, perfect security from the effects of thunder storms, at a very moderate cost. The points consist of one of solid plati- natcd silver,*® twelve inches long, and of three plated negative magnets, the whole of which possess extrao...

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