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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 June 1851

& TEXAS REGISTER. in advancc. BV' FRANCIS MOORE, JR. P te blishetl Weekly. or $4 at the eitilol tb« y^ar HOUSTON, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1851. VOL. XVI. NO.25.--WHOLENO.807 ffiiMfl AND REGISTER, • INbttshed cve?y Saturday, Main Street, Houston, by • J 7: Pit AN CIS MOOftK, ja. TEE M" B ; Subscription for Ouo Year, or Fifty-TwoNum- - - - - - - $3- «« Advertising, one dollarper square for the first in- ' sertiou. unthrifty centsfor.each subSequeui iusertion. Ton lines orleas to constitute a square. To Vterehmts and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be «ad.e. -•* - .j' Stemnhoat cardfj^aiid Political communications • ill be charged at the same ratearas advertising. Mjpiw an Newspapers. 1.—^'jtwcribcru who do abtgive expre*s notice to the contrary, nxe considered a* wishing to rontiuue their subscription i 3.—{f subi'cribers order the discontiimnuce oftlieir papersit lie publisher may continue to send them till all that is due be paid. ' 3 —t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 June 1851

.... ;>: ----- -v> .*-• ••;• mgt'& Wm & >€ fas ufron irmis family. The fallowing picture of Milton in bis family, is frpiii a letter entitled, "Maiden ana Married Life of Mary Fdwell, alter wards Mrs. Milton," written while Miltons's tatber resided with him: Though a rustical life has ever bad my suffiBg'3^| nothing can be more pleasant than oar regular course. Wo vise at five, or soon- er; whiL- my husband combs his hair, he com- monly hums or sings tome psalm or hymn, - versing it may be as lie goes on. Being drest Ned reads him a chapter in the Hebrew Bible. vVith Ned still at bis knee, and me by his hide, be expouuds and improves the * same; then after a short hartie prayer, re- leases Us both. ■ Before 1 have finished my dressing; 1 hear him below at his organ, with the two lads, who sing as well as choristers, . hymning anthems and Gregorian chants now soaring up to the clouds us 'twer, aud then off as though some echoing spacc lay between us. I usual lie find...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 June 1851

Vs ut'acturiog districts were wore favorable. The cottnn market oa Tuesday closed firui at Saturday's prices* Breadsinjfs.—The com market is better, with an iia^roving teadaucy. Floor is firm at previous rates, Groceries.—Sugars are heavy; coffee steady at previous rates ; tea dull aud unchanged. The graia market was firmer at aa improve- ment. | Flour advanced 6d. Is. The Irish breadstuff market was very firm, with aa improving tendency. Money Market.—Tho money market is steady. Stoeks firmer. Daring the month of April 24,000 emi- grant* erith<u ked li'uui Liverpool tor the Uxii- lOii 2b(utC8« CIRCULAR. TO THE VOTfittS OF THE STATE OF TEXAS. 1 avail myself of this method of presenting my name before you as a candidate tor your suifiagus at the election in August ucxt, for tiitr olfcce of Governor of the Sta e of Texas, for the eusuiug tjriu. Favorable indications received from my numerous friends through- out tbe State, have iudaced me to persa; this course. In a&piiiag to a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 June 1851

' ? ik HJ Frn STATES WHOLESALE 'CLOTHING WAREHOUSE. 8. H. HANFORD & CO., Scccsssoss to LEWIS * H VHFORDi gSS) 354, 256 Md iPewl Street, Nsw York, Between Fahon «tieet and Barling Slip, fAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT " CLOTHING f , la the United States, adapted to All Markets.. In the articles of SHIRTS AMD DRAFTERS, We keep an endless variety. Also, the most extensive Manu- facturer* of OIL CLOTHING AND COVERED HATS i IK THE WORLD. Plate and Fuhloaable Clothing off all kinds. Catalogues of stock sent by mail. Orders promptly li lied. S. H. HANFOID fc co., Successors to Lewis * Hanfokd, Nos.252, 254, 256 and 25HPeerl ft., 6m 787 """ NEW-YORK 20 : • MALAGA LEMONS. BOXES fresh Mnrogn Lemons, jwt.recrived and for sale by l -f Great News! Great Times 1! NEW ARRIVALS! IMPORTANT NOTICE. THE Subscriber begs leave to call the attention of the public in general, and those that read in particular, to the '5 NEW BOOK STOKE can find (on as accom- incnt South of Mason lately established ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 June 1851

& - .mummR OF? mgiL in advance. BY FRANCIS MOORE, JR. PtibB*he4 etery Saturday, Main Street, Houston, by 9&4HCIS HOORE, JR. •-*/ T 6 ttM 8 : Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, : - * • «3-o° Advertising! one dollarper square for the firstin- aertioa, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion Ten linos or leas to coaatitnte 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 b char gad at thesatae rates as advertising;. JLnw on Newspapers. 1.—rSobteritera who do not give exprew notice to l_he coutrary •ra coaiidsred as writhing to continue their «ubscri|>tion. 3.—Iftgbicribers order the discontinuance oftheir papers, the publisher ro4y eontibne to tend them till nil thaj is diie be paid. . 'S —If subscribers neglect or refuse to talto their papers from the office to which they are directed, they are held responsible til I they JwfaiatjtM th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 June 1851

THE TELEGRAPH. ' EDITED BY FRANCIS MOORE, Jr. inr~*ffijy ^sa-pflrV' ?.*"'• - - 1 1 4rv- Meiston, Friday, Jme 27, 1851. The steamer Buffalo arrived at our land- ing on Wednesday. Sfce will remain here some weeks, to be repaired. Col. G. W. Hockley died at the residence 0f Col. Kinney, at Corpus Christi, on the 9th inst. Col. Hockley was oae of the most distinguished soldiers in the revolutionary army of Texas, and served with great credit in the battle of San Jacinto. He was also Secrerary ef War daring the Administration of Gen. Houston. Hie death will be deplored throughout the State. We are much gratified to see the Texas We&teyan Banner again displayed, aud dif- fusing around the height beams of religious intelligence. The publication of this admi- rable Journal has beep resumed in this city, under.very flattering auspices. A new press •nd oew type have been procured, and th? paper will bear a fovorable comparison in its typographical appearance with the best news- papers in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 June 1851

* "the cityof San Antonio, by Austin, tbecapital oCour Stole, W "cross a11 ORr-ohadf «vei& at or near the head of navigation, *fco the X.oaiuana ^Uneniear Red river, whereat wouldf easily be ■connected with the system recently. > 1 V • I 4. «*•>/) r\ non ut ■> i ■projected ia-vb«t State, and open >a <eom-^ the passage of the law of 1834, of which I was 1 afterwards became the agent of those people and tnwejled several thousand miles without cotppensatiott to secure their lands to them: and >that after unceasing efforts, prolonged for four years, J finally succeeded by procuring Houston WWoltualt Evicts eitrttui^ (CORRECTED WEEKLY FOR THE HOUSTON TELEGRAPH. BY IIY. SAMPSON.) munication the city of New tOrleans; whilst it woald give the whole of the interior? of our State the benefit ef the navigation of; ;ull our rivers, aad through them an easy ac- -cesN to any part ejF our coast. To this great track any number of branches might be at- tached, which local conve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 June 1851

jpnsas ^y 'gtUTB.U STATES WHOLESALE CLOTHING WAREHOUSE, g. H. BAKFOBD ft 00., Hm, >*8, M« "85® aaS^enrl Street, • , ■ Nkw Yotx, •• < Between Friton street and Barling Slip, H4VB COl BAND THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT SSb CLOTHING ' la the t'nitad 3tr«—. adapted to All Markets. In the article* of ■% smRTS AJfDDRA fPERS, - We toes aa variety. Abo, the-most extensive Manu- ^ facturers of "#,1 Oil. CLOTHING AND COVERED HATS ■ k ■■ t JAIi lit TU woiu. •' I fMU«wM« Clothing of *11 kind*. . of >took lent by mail. Orders promptly filled. S. H. HAN FOB D fc CO., Successors to a-i : ■ - ^ - Lewis & Hiitrou. No.^^^and^lg^ MALAGA LEMONS. go yxES fTehc Lemoy y EN R Y' SA MreON* SPRATT'S Patent Lightning Rod. ts«a. invention affords, bys eombination of scientific principles, perfect seeurity from the yiy*. ftf-thnnder storms, at a very moderate ^os$. TJie points consist of one of solid plati- nated silver, twelve inohes long, and of three gold plated negative magnets, the whole of which pff...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 July 1851

&: TEXAS in advance. B¥ FRANCIS MOORE, JR. AND RKGISTEB, Published every Saturday, Main Street, Houston, by ^ : ^ paiKCIS MOORE, JR. terms: SubsCriptiou for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- ber*, . . . - - - $3.00 Advertising, one dollarper square for the first in- sertion, and fiftycenU for each subsequent iusertiou. Ten lines or less toeoustitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by theyeer, a reasonable deduction from the above rates wilt be made. Steamboat cards, and Political communications will becharged at thersam* rates as adverliaiug liflir oh Newspapers. 1.—Subieriben wlo <1o not give e*,>ren notice to the contrary ate considered*! within;; to continue their lubeeciption. i-Anter the dixciantinoauee oftheir paper? the pabltsher may eantinoe to end them tH I «tl that is due he paid 3 —Ifaubscribers neglect or refuse to taketheirpapers from the office to whioh tliey are directed, they are heW respoaeihle tin they havesetUed their bill, and ord^ranMcfOpan dis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 July 1851

an approving eye. [from the Richmond Times.] A PICTURE. B the Shockoe Hill Bury- ifig Ground, a few evenings since; wo un-ex- eye-witness to a scene; jjht look down upon with Within the railing of a Matiy though plainly enclosed section, near tfce Southern boundary of the burying ground, WO discovered three sweet little girls—the oldest had probably seen ten, and the ' joungest not over six summers. The trio of v little inooents bad noiselessly gathered aroand a little green mound whiohappeared to be the Mtwly made grave of an infant. The elder •ister—for sisters we judged them to be— occupied in attitude of deep derotion, kneel- ing softly and gently by /the side of the little amen mound, which hid from view the loved form of a little sister's own brother, who, " the morn and liquid dew of youth,' bad been translated to a happier sphere. On either side, speechless and motionless, stood iter little sisters, whose eyes, like her own, wore running down with the meltings of their pure ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 July 1851

J s M r~:~. At first Duttoa was going -to refuse, but • r on second thoughts accepted the invitatiou, Dot having, indeed, any good;reason to oflfer m for declining it. Having taken leave of the General, therefore, he proceeded towards home, and announced their rencontre to his wife. She, poor woman, immediately took '* ' pout his well saved sait, and occupied herself ia repairing, a3 best she might, the cruel ravages of time; as well as in starehiug and ironing an already snowy shirt to the highest degree of perfection. . Neit day in due time, he arrived at Gen Vernon'8 handsome temporary dwelling, and received a cordial welcftmo. A dozen giuts, ' civilians as well as soldiers, sat down to a splendid banquet. After dinner, the conver- sation happened to turn on tho recent im- provements in arts and manufactures; and comparisons were drawn between the relative * talent for invention displayed by artists of different countries. Watchmaking happen- ing to be mentioned as one of the art...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 July 1851

i<£* "i^"~ ->' r.*&r' *n -.v^fv =i .UKSTBDSTATSaWBOLKSALE - CLOTHING WAREHOUSE. 8. H. HANFORD & CO., r SUCCESSORS TO X.BW1S * HAHFOIU>. MJB, 384, 356 and S58 Pwl Street, • -./', KiwYott. • Between Folton slrset and Burling Slip, TTTAVE OK BAXD THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT CLOTHING la tka United States, adapted to All Markets. In the articles of SHIRTS AJfD DRA ITERS, * W.fceep an endless variety. Also, the most extensive Manu- " facturers of OiL&IiOTHING AMD COVERED HATS 5. . 1H THE WOW.B. WUtm FMhlonaUe Clothing of aU kinds. Catalogues of stock sent bymaU. Orders promptly filled, g. H. HANFOSD & CO., Socce sori lo Lewis k hanfobp, w' Nm- • 254' 236 Md ^EW-YORK i W7 MALAGA LEMONS. 20 boxes ***** Great News! Great Times!! NEW ARRIVALS! IMPORTANT NOTICE. THE Subscriber begs leave to call the attention of the public in general, and those that read in particular, to the 1VEW BOOK STORE lately established in Houston, where they can find (on as accom- modatingterms as a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 July 1851

IHtSLECiltAP H & TEXAS REG'I STER. „ - i —i— _ in Adi ancc. BIT FRANCIS MOOliE, JR. fELEfifilPH ID REGISTER, Pablished every Saturday, Main Street} Houston, by fit AN CIS tlOOBE, Jtt. terms: Sub«cr pti#n far Oue Year, or Fifty -Two Nura- tara, - - - - - $3. 00 Advertising, one dollar per square for tfae first in- Mrtira, aad fifty cents for eaek aufceequeut iasertiou. Ten linea erless tocMstitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, and Political cotnmunications trill becharged at thesaeaerates as advertising. Mjftic oh JYewspapers- 1.—3abacriben who !• not give express notice to the -coutrary tfe considered at wishing to continue their subscription. fi,— Ifsubscribers order the discontinuance ot their papers,the pab2i«hsr may continue to send that is due be paid. 'legluut ^tinkalhvirpn.^iftam •See to which ihey are directed, rtiejr are held responsible till they have settled their b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 July 1851

V— -•** v- hj. . india. . J*other mail has arrived. A strong forde h stationed to watch the barbarians on the imtfaipL provinces iestW adverse to the reign - * ' djnasty. whose speedy overthrow is ex- oil particularly hostile to ^thoritM*. -S^t. vxk oieman's land. The anti-convict agitation was assuming a •erious aspect. A vast tract of fertile land Sad been discovered near Mansion bay! in JlYorth Australia. FURTHER FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. *, [per steamer europa.] We have Wilmer & Smith's Times, of the 14th, which came out in the Europa. The telegraph has anticipated most of the news of % interest: -. " The Lost Navigators—A Gleam of Hope. —The report that a cairn of stones, raised by • Sir John Franklin's expedition, had been discovered in Jones' Sound in 1848, by the Prince of Wales, whaler, says that the Liv- erpool Times, of tho 14th, has received with- in these few days very distinct confirmation, rendering tho statement by far the moat im- portant—presumptive or otherwise—wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 July 1851

V - of one egg tea, * paper sod M>cn eut the a* tka jar, <& apis t8 2«tth "- rraeh T« 'Lrcx. frotb the top of it,in order er one half edges .*11- iar is mark- on a table ■to it, with a rp*ste this on theltop of the neatly over ea^li this is dry give it another coat b, the"paper will then resemble and is impervious to air or iuois- AttftrjH "* ' K ,; - ' The white of one egg is sufficient for twelve 5 II# ■TT> •'•> -- - vflor-'W the uegro' l the door SlStl* w i •v' We lately visited the operation oftiio new Bbneutt Machine of Mr. J. Kennedy, at his Factory and were delightedJo see bow rapid- ly and neatly the biscuit weje turned out. It appear* that one man, with this, can do the r- • • worl^of a dozen, by the old process. Old Capitol.—This large nad eommodi- xms Hotel has been thoroughly cleansed and fitted up in a neat and handsome style, by , <3ol. riadley, and may now hear a, favorable : comparison even with the far famed Hotel of Col. Thayer, the Houston House...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 July 1851

united states wholesale clothing warehouse. 8. h. hahfobd & 00., v- . 8rcc*ssoas to z.bw1s * hasford, MfUS, *54, 856 UMl 58 Pen*l Street, > niw toki« Between Folton strret and Burling Slip, ttave ok haifd the fcaroest assortment CLOTHING la the United States, adapted to Aft Markets. In the articles of shirts and drawers, We keep an endless variety. Also, the moat extensive Mann* lecturers of . , i OIL CLOTHING AND COVERED HATS v ' in thx world. f|>u and Fashionable Clothing of all kinds. Catalogues of stock sent b¥ mail. Orders promptly filled. 8. ii. hanf03d k co., Successors to Lewis k Hakkobd. ^ Kos- . malaga lemons. gQ MIXES fresh Ma.aga ^mons.Ju^.v^.n^forsaW SPRATT'S Patent Lightning Rod. This invention affords, by a combination of >rinntig" principles, perfect security from the dbetb of thunder storms, at a very moderate «Mt. Th© points consist of one of solid plati- aated silver, twelve inches long, and of three add plated negative magnets, the whole of Which pos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 August 1851

T£H fI*—$3 in advance. Published Weekly. or $4 at the end of tke year FRANCIS MOORE, JR. —eases HOUSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1851. VOL. XVI. NO. 33.--WHOLE NO. 815. mmum am register, every Saturday, Main Street, Houston, by J'VIUICIS UOOKE, JR. -*% ■ t-r- m_t-isims: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- %ars, £•' - - - - $3.00 AdVertftingiOne dollarper square for the first in- sertion, uidtifty cents for each subsequent insertiou. Ifeu Use ?r less to constitute a square, • , y Marohamls and others advertising by the year, * reasonable deduction from the above rates will be ■made, f * ^ ^ * Stet.iB'boat cards, and Political communications Jwill baebwged at the same rates as advertising. - j],E/aw on <Veu>spapersn 1.—Subrcribera who do not give express notice to the coutrarj Vftoonddsnd u wishing to continue their subscription. tui ifr-■tf«abw.<llil;r orilerTlie discontinuance of their papers, the ^ iblisiier nay conti.iue to send them till all that is due be paid. .1 —...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 August 1851

not climates, -where the apparel must be neces- sarily thiff. But in temperate and cold cliraates •we get over the incoovience by wearing over tbe linen a woolen or leather covering in the winter, and a |cottonor thin, woolen' in the summer.^- Treatise the Management of the Skin, by Erasmus Wilson F. R. S. ft- & — Deep Soil and Deep Roots.—k. J. Down - Btyg, "I have seen the roots ofstrawber- ries extend five feet down into a rich deep Mil; and those plants bore a crop of fruit five times, and twice as handsome and as good as the common product of the soil only one foot The vertical depTh to which roots descend into .well disintegrated soil, is thirty four inches, and their length, as above stated, • ia often much greater; but the horizontal travel is occasionally very great, and gradu- ally deepening to thirty-four inches. If a ^bttfcdf corn be raised upon an artificial knoll, formed of well disintegrated soil, and, when -ripe* the top of the stalk be fastened to a gal- 'Iowa f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 August 1851

also disastrous in its effects in many places.— At Hagerstowrv, many housea were unroofed. Between New York and Boston the storm was also Tery severe. Barftom's menagerie on exhibition tft Fall River, was muclv injured by the tent being blows ioft., , v — • 1* oitj; tbe flag-stuff on tbe Astor Hou<e was struck with Ugbfcnmg, and shattered to pieecs: also tbfe liberty pole, in Madisop street, which bas been standing for thirty f&trs, was destroyed by lightning, and it is said that a man was killed in Broadway. u In Bnwiciya the violence of the storm was terrific.' Several houses were struck by lightning, and one or two persons injured, though no lives were lost. Several vessels along the wharves were more or less injured." Lola Montcs, who, under that name and a number of aliases, has gained a wide and not very enviable notoriety in Europe, is an- nodneed, upon reliable authority, as .roout to come to this conatry in company with a Span- ish ballet troupe. She is expected to a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 August 1851

THE co-partoefahip heretofore existing between Henry Sampea* of the city of Houston, and e J; Hut & Co., wf tbe city of New Orleans, has thi3 day been dissolved by mutual Sonseut. Either of the partiea are authorized to collect ih« debts or use the Mine af the firm in liquidation. -a. Henry sampson, Houston, lit July, 1950. e. j. Hart & Co. •'-5$ The uadereigned have entered into a limited co- partnerehip, for the purpose of transacting a general Commercial Business, under the act of 12th May, 1646, regulating limited partnerships. Henry Satnp- son is die general partner. e. J. Hart is the special partner, and has contributed Fifteen Thousand Dol- lars in cash, towards the capital stock of the partner •hip. The said partnership to continue for three years fr m 1st July, 1850. Business tube conducted uuder the HID and style of Henry Sampson. Henry Sampson, General Partner. - e.j. Hart, Special Partner. dw6w 761;* 3 , . ^ISSOLUTIN O N. THE copartnership heretofore existing und...

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