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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 August 1851

—a& S4 at the Published Weekly :m Mseii IslSl HOUSTON, FEIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1851. VOL. XVI. NO. 34.—WHOLE NOl MB REGISTER, r Saturday, Main. Street, Houston, by ' fcii MOORE, JB. .1 terms: Subscription Oao Yeur, or Fifty-Two Num- ber^-, - c *. - - • • - - $3* Aivtrtmu&oa* dellarper square for Are first in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion, i or toss ta constitute a square. ng by the year, above rate* will-be -♦ cards, aud Political eommnnications at thesaraerates as advertising. *hjy bar® iett Newspapers* ^ i who do not !?i*e express notice to the contrary ■ci-ytioR; . ^ ?. y See-oftheir Juii#is< ?tfee 1 that is "due be paid. > to t«ke their(*part from tie y ate dif6 M, tbey «re held responsible till t bill, and ordered their p%i«r« discontinued. 4'—If subscribers remote to other*plii?««.'without informing 4ha ptfdiiSers. *nd the paper is sent to the former direction, they ■are hald miieWilite. , . • "*f, 5 Tie courts hive decided that refusing Irf ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 August 1851

■&me material running through and projecting at each end, the porter or lower projection forming a pin like that of a boy's top, and the upper or longer a handle by which it is set in motion. Each side is marked with different numbers of spots like dice. At first, of course, the dttpe was, but when tho bets became'"large ough to be interesting," the shaft of the tee- ' t whioh is moveable to the mitiable, is J 80 that the relative position of the ends o£ the-toy are reversed, and that which was the top thus becomes the bottom, and vice versa. The tee-to-tem being hollow, and the shaft loaded, the change of its position brings up in ewy instance a set af numbers different from those on which the person has won. If the tftter-ttbanges his "lucky number,1' his enter- tainer readily, and without possibility of de- tection. changes his toy, and thus never fails to slmbieviotim. ling Rods.-'No one appears to realize • r fcf lives and the amount of property jiannually by lightning. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 August 1851

from which artoften glad to Moape at any aacriflca to gratify their love of freedom, and tego- into society of a more agreeable cbar- RCt®rj where they may be properly respected. How often <fo we moet with families in which •11 mutual respect is lost, and mutual courtesy *• onVnown; each addresses the other by some fetniliar nick-name or disrespectful phrase, as WW, Dick, Jack,Sukey. Molly, "the old man." or " thaold woman," and toe usual terras of coarteajrare almost forgotten until the presence of somrund. gentlemanly and well-bred stran- ger revive* their recollections of the usual forms of politeness, and shames them out of their bearish rudeness to each other. So long as the •trangwE Whom they respect remains within their door*, their Reverence resumes a partial activity, but when the genial influence of his or bar presence has been removed, they soon relapse into their former rudeness.—Dr. Bu- chanan-. A Humorous Naval OJjiccr.—The United Slates brig Perry arrived from the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 August 1851

To Travelers. PERSONS traveling on the route from Houston to Brazoria, are hereby notified tbat the Tavern formerly kept by Major Bingham, fe no longer open far the accommodation of travelers. Suitable «ccom- modatlina can be had at the new tavern, at Clear guwatsawsw w J.BINGHAM. Jnly a<>, 1851. sltwtf 813. THE co-partnership heretofore existing between Henry Sampson of the city of Houston, and E J. Hart & Co., of the city of New Orleaus, has this dsyWll dissolved by mutual consent. Either of the parties ate authorized to collect (he debts or use the of the firm in liquidation. v Henry Sahkon, Houston, 1st July, 1850. ; e. J. Hart t Co. I Vve entered into a limited co- mpose of transacting a general corider the act of 12th May, led partnerships. Henry Samp- t geuerfl partner. E. J. Hart is the special partner, and has contHbuted Fifteen Thousand Dol- larain cash, towards the capital slock of the partner said partnership to continue for three years fch, 1850. Business to b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 August 1851

1 Published Weekly TEJZMS-—$3 in ailvaiscc. at the end of tlic year BY FRANCIS MOORE, JR. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 129, 1851. VOL. XVI. NO. 35.—WHOLE NO. 817, TJM6MPH Published every Saturday, Main Street, Houston, by FRANCIS ilIOOUE, JR. terms: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Nora- k« , - - - - - $3. 00 Advertising, one dollarper square for the first in- ■•rtioo, aud fifty cents tor each subsequent insertion. Ton lines or loss to constitute a square. To Hsrchautsaud others advertising by the year, « rsaaoajbls deduction from the above rates will be made. S'.eamb->at cards, aud Political communication? will l «charged at thesamerates as adveitis.ng. haw on JYeivspapers. 1 —Subscriber* who do not give express notice to the contrary %r* considered as wishing to continue their subscription •.*lf subscribers order the discontinuance of their paper* the abluhsr may contiauotcsend them till all that is due be paid. J —IfsabscribertJieglect or refuse to take theirpnpers from the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 August 1851

Ice.—The keeping of ice from one luorntug to the other, during the warm woither, when it is RMBt durable to preserve It, is a matter of soflB importance to house keepers. The blanket, so commonly used, is inefficient and next to useless, for so soon as it bccomes wet, it rat&Sc assists than retards thn melting ot the ^ioel . The*1iest preservative is saw dust, and tbijtnay be kept in the yard or cellar in an open box. Haifa peek kept in this way, will ■ iMt longer than a peck kept in a blanket. The Dagucrrcan artists of New York have agreed to wear crape on tho left arm for the space of one month, as a mark of regard for the late M. Daguerre. Grcenough's Group for the Capital.—The Post has information from Florence that this fine piece of staturay, typifying the triumph/if civilization over barbarism by the representa- tion of a woman and her child rescued by a Western hunter from an Indian, is complete, and wfll probably arrive ia the coarse of this month. Revenue of the Postof...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 August 1851

Ih one office for transmis- ftlso be superscribed re lattei* office. A WO«y to:*B with the __ master in Texas says it) that State the post of- fices are-ad little ]pbo#ii out of their immediate neighborhood that letters not inscribed with the coanty*re frequently sent experimentally from offioe to office, until they wear out, without reacting the office for which they are inte&ded A greater attention to these matters on the pari of the -writers of the letters, as well as postmasterswould much promote the comfort « f postmasters and the facility and safety of the mail*. ^ '* L0PEZ AND HIS MEN. The following, we, find in the N. O. papers. Gen. Lopes took with bim five hundred picked men, all that could be crowded on the Pampero. Tbey were all well armed, well munitioned and provisioned. They carried, also, arms for a tnoeh larger force. The greater portion of the men had seen active service. Many of the pri- vates had been officers in the Mexican war. They were all sober men. and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 August 1851

general Land Agency. J. CASTANIE, )ral Land Agent and n COMMISSION MERCHANT, ^ HOUSTON, TEXAS, WILL attend to the sale of lands, location of cer- fittcates, recording of deeds, payment of taxes, obtaining of patents Irom the General Land Office, fin for tinit of titles, settlement of estates, and all nattem pertaining to lands generally, in the State of Texas. —ALSO— Witt boy and sell Negroes and Goods on commission. ' Persons intrusting business to hi n, may be sure of • prompt attention to the same. Office, \Long Roto. References :— A. S. Ruthven, "1 J. S. Roberts, JHoaelon B. F. Tankersley, J Wm. R. Baker, j Rice & Nichols,! W.FRifhardson, [Ga,veston- John Levi, J M J. Hall, Marshall, Harrison Co. Capt. Crosby, 1 B. F. Hill, I Lamar Moore j Austin. P. DeCo'rdova.j B. Lacuste,) „ , F Giraud, jSan B. I.. Shaw, ' Robert Kerr. F. Bricbta. Gardner Smith, W. S Morton, , Honry Miller, Sheppard & Armstrong, ' Dr. Darling, Ham. West, j . i. MAG.«,rT'lNe* r"k- July 10, 1851. s3tw6m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 September 1851

r> «*«/.' i iu advance. Published Weekly* or sMKEftANGIS MOORE, JR. ———— — ass # HOUSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1851. $4 at tlic cdi1 of ^ie year = — ===== = — i ajajipi VOL. XVI, NO. 36^WHMSlmiE nmm and register, Houston, by every Saturday.) Main Street; PJKANCIS MJOUE, JR. *• t ft r m's : • SoMferiptiou for pne Year, or Fifty-TwoNum- Jfrn, - - '• - - - $3.00 f* , Advertising,one dollarper square for the first in- sertion, and titty ceuts tor each subsequent iasertioa Teuiines or loss to constitute a sqawe. To Msrchantsand others advertising by the year. * rsasaa^We deduction from the above rates will be Mfti mi] political communications It the name rates as advertising - *Y&wsp«per*. - • 1.—Subteriben who do not gi ve express notice to the contrary > > co.uidered as wishing to continue their subscription. •I.— (fmhscribers order the discontinuance of their papers.the ,^"iblMii';r may continue to send tbem tillall that is due be paid 3 —tfsnbscribers neglect or refuse t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 September 1851

tween the house of Rothschild and a company The evicts-conditions were not T.' f- L;?' • y ae Gajtette states, on what it rc- i good {authority;-$bat the protests England against the entrance of |5k all her states to the Germanic Jwa0jot |rejeotedunaniinbu8ly, the minis- teniof Hnlstein and Luxemburg having been of it ought to be accepted. Spain. i £ltfHeraldo Madrid says that Mazzini lias circulated «#;>-"«lamation in Spain, calling upon -'"'the friem's of liberty to be prepared, -'for the- hour ofltoiy s <ugeueration is at hand." lan Two Englishmen, Messrs. Sheyyard and ' tBotton. hare received a charter for the construe • astloa. of "it submarine telegraph between the Danish (Blftads and the Duchy of Schlewwig. . The Senate of Hamburg has placed severe t nid almost prohibitive restricti ns on the trans- •}iert?6f emigrants by the agents of British ship -ffwiieia. "The Senate has also requested the s"#^nSsianvgovernment to adopt similar restrictive Ztuid hostile measures, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 September 1851

South Carolina.—On the 9!h August, thftre was a large aad enthusiastic meeting At York*ille, (3. C.) in favor of co-operation, and ip opposition. Co immediate secession. Aboat t400 persons ¥fjyre present. (MinoiA.—A correspondent of the Savan- n a bJtttfJil W ica n—who is described as "one o( the soundest judges of <he political aspects that we Have in tlnNSlate," and who has cor- responded witfa nrariy every secti-ni of it— wtfring TVom tie Cottonsa Springs, says :— L, have passed through fourteen counties, and from aFI that I can learn, i am fully satisfied Ahat Mr. Cobb's majority over Governor Mc- Doffald will be a larger one than has ever been given in the State at any election." The Macon Journal says: l,We have no hesUation in sayinj, th-.it, if the Union mon wi!I make the sains exertions that the fire eatet^are-now making, Mr. Cobb's majority wiltaot foe iess than 15,000— that they will carry every Congressional District, and four- fiftWofthe Legislature.*r ' CHRIST CHURC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 September 1851

nag m Uraeral Land Agency. J. CASTANIE. Beneral Land Agent and- ^commission merchant, HOUSTON, TEXAS, WILL attend to the sale of lands, location of cer- fiiicates, recording of deeds, payment of taxes, obtfelniojf of patents from the General Land Office, perfecting of titles, settlement of estates, and all matters pertaining to lands generally, in the State of Will bay and sell Nog:o s and Goods on commission. *:I Persons intrusting business to bin, may be sure of a prompt attention to the same. Office, |Long Row. Rr.FEaK.NCE8:— Great News I Great Times!! NEW ARRIVALS! IMPORTANT NOTICE. ' I ^HE Subscriber begs leave 10 call the attention of the public X in general, end thojwth-a reiid in particular, tc the * H£W LOOK STORE oftely established in Houston, wherr they can find (on as accom- modating terms as at any similar establishment South of Mason & Dixon's Line,) a greater vuristv ol Eeuuin^ MaUer than at any Store in this State, of which the following list compri-es e part; al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 September 1851

kmm «■ HHW0 B^''%**#> Saturday* Mala Street, Houston, by Ki***CIS «UO ®, JR. :-. ^•S^sf.^^|'4Hi. 8 ? " ¥W, or Fi£iy-Tw*No - Martian, Ten lines'#less toe To Merchants and others advertising bytheyear, a rjusouaWe deductiou from the above rales will be Stea nboat cards, aud Political ctfiamunica'tions will be charged at theaamorates as advertis.ug. i-'iima-*** , ^ MjUtv • * 1>—Si^i*eribeia t ho do not give Mpress notice tatb eontr«ij •t i coosiltereil aa wUliins to continue their gnbscri) t|oii. •J.—I fi ubjcriber*- or<ter the dUeorititinaftce oftnefr papers, the piStishor may eontiaito ta Rend them till all that is due benaid. " a — If jubicribets neglect or refuse to late theirpepers from I he •«A.if]p.-A«.y m direeted, they.are held responsible till S iattlad their bilt; and ordered their papers discontinued. refeiove to other places,, without informing is sent to the foxam direction, they shield inlaid and wrought with wcnderful eTa boration, a gift from the Majesty of Pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 September 1851

ulscov One oup of butter, two cupa thr&R > caps Of flour, enjanK «&!?*«£• P ? ittleoeBcnceOfL—v^. . W^r "t/M ^ rystal Palace.-^Tbe HwsseofCemmons 1 to a gaper 'that ber Majesty will pleased td direefthat the Crystal " fcfetfcelsi of MnyV* 1852, isine if that norel structure , «rh be permanently adapt- fpablic utility and recrea- e rote was 75, ao that even this brief re- was not asked for with oat considerable op- * '; After the experience of one IWinter, mtage or disadvantage of permitting s" - to remain will be moire eleariy &s- *-•# O-5#* 3 " ■ll'f 4a-v Tt&imSfy ) G . Pwr- t'- LATER' m03l HAXANA. 4ies m Viulta Abajo. >rSiTAN8AH, September 1, 1851. The schooner Merchant which left > on the 23d alt., reports Gen. Lopez vic- torious in a battle fougbt on the 17th ult., in #hich Gen. Enna aad five other officers were , Enna was buried ist Havana on .the 20th. at the head of a force variously eiti- #MB TrtOUSANl* FIVE HUKOltED to twothopSand, was hovering arou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 September 1851

%poii State Papers any picklock. *!n e«sin4 o«g the State tea minutes after he re-looked that i3Sh r U- ■ enclosed , sealed by the cdmmittee, to be - JsN" experiment ia looked fct 9oti8i4erable interest^ ill peir- £200 for opening it. and he Bays he will do it. utaiiiiK any person who cat* pick It |or form's °R??' 'Kf^r examining p eaw- j. s:;1 ^ Navarro 6eukt?^exas, t#fli att^asf,ls51. Dr.JHoore: , Bear apt din reading your paper, which I •hare done for years, I notice an efiort on your ipart to keep your readers constantly '-posted up" in all items of news, both foreign and do- mestic? This yon cannot do without correspon- dents; and that I might aid you, I have fre- quently wished more ability than I possess to P0*4!!| .* \ .V- . ... '*L 'l -As^t are. aware, this is a recently set- j—the whole of ifc^gaod land, watered . [ its tributaries, IUcli land. and f . Oar county town, Corsi- jttbfu.1, thriving place,—perhaps it healthy towns in Texas. We fcmafe ; school of near ibo ''an^ ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 September 1851

mm rv'i^ Published Weekly $4 at the the year HOUSTON, FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1851. VOL. " Saturday, M*in Street, Fit AS CIS MOOKE JR. n. a.. T ?i*S or Fifty-Two N am- Advertising, one dollarper square for the first in- sertion, attdftfty cents tor each subsequent insertion. Tou Ua^orhsw tocoiwtrtute a sqtiare. To Marofcanta aud others advertising by the year, a rdasauable deduction from the above rates will t*e made. ':"r; ™ «*§! : i Siea nbiat cards, aud Political communication.® will bschatged at thesaiaerates as advert'foog. ....... jycwpapers.* 1.—Sub#eriber who do natgire express notice to the contrary r i emuiitend m wiihing to continue their subscription. S._ tfiuhicribeM order the <ii«eo tinu nce of their papers, th^ publisher mMpcontiuoe to seud them that is due he paid. 3 —Ifjab«riber ne;lect or refute to tnke their papers from the office to which they are directed, they are held responsible til) U,.y hava settled their biH, and ordered their papers discontinued. 1 inWtj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 September 1851

BEMRTKENT rHE TJlLEGiUPH. N PUDDING. "el S MOORE/Jr. H 19,185Ef; M of Mol tho^ne*! %jr with ilhtle of the rBi "rest of fte milk r-5pPSM^B;*a it boff<^^|^n and ™ t</ba«r; its made. It ^asgar instead ofmo- Ad'be added. If liked." /It i jf-f V* "" & *y eet ercam, or \yilhbttf- '^1*4 ■* 'dgato pudding. j/3b 5; boiling water on two quarts of Toma- to remove the skirtv Mash them with a ~ *in brcad^crambs sufficient t fSfe% lif^at&W (SeaiS® JC niltt sng^offc^ over 4he top, Will make it brown quickly. This puddi&g4sa very nice accompanymettt •for meaty or it tttt bd"eateo as a desert with iving oatihe pepper, and adding s • x i5 - 8UgV.fi,.? i WHITE LOAF. r<*' * ' - ■4.4Ml be VIb. loaf sugar, 1Mb. butter, ^ a rife, 1 ditto Hour, l&eggBi the white of the eggonly most 1 wT..sasedr *-•"* r **■ 4 a little essence of lemon." ? * h ;thef |>&|ter Itt cold water and work oat ^ JE$fifr to « «w$?| sp)5n,t6em" add the fftjptf sifted, rub these Weil'together, a hard frot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 September 1851

H. brave "and nurnerp Sera to WGrk. yftc*trriag. and mai Man^ai *n<lare re|ftrning_ to; " fcusteringlnd will njarcii in—.,, Much $>! It, for the Indians say' they it 600 warriors into the field. If unmo- J, the miners believe that they could dijg '•General Lane, having been elected Dele- tcrCongress, at onisc set oat for the mines '' ' 'imttKR&s&sft °nly giving strength to $ give ter.. aspire "find thereforejkny t ,ty is waste. Two small tea. s~™ v- IHack tea. and otii three' parts full others Sufficient to make three , teacaf bodies" tte water, .being pot iuj in a. m**mm ifeireumstances will admit. iiflFjmilkary-force now in Orag&fi 140 artillerymen, and they Sre stafion- «a at fuer dUterent, points. about 160 miles" -*§ rt." [s ( _ ' "A party of gentlemen are MilTflif'iil t r •J Tfitfe . . ~«^TOr the northern fisheries two' "vlsslfsi. of about 150 tons, and expected to make the trip "* "^fejnt^bree months. Smacks afir4 Tao being It for cod-fishing, Yankees az&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 September 1851

on the 18U> inst. the Colo tad® River, are. about nise , ^amed jfebaad Siiuoa on Saturday, the 19tb instant. 3\ Brazos Rifer, Fidiag^md t^roen oa a.aorrel horse. One of the about thirty or forty y or under. They Ow wil to auy person -1 fTs-araff.«if dollars fOf dress Benuet Bell, entsper lowest mar- ners ft* Iture. Bird Gages, HBi ^iSsiS bagsfeave toeaU the aBfntisB of the peblie Houston, whore | as freay SfcfiHwr estt&Iis Line.) a greater viifioty'of Reiuli Sfwkich the fo is State, of which the following also. 300 Reams Prmtiag Paper; 200 Reams Cap ; 5M0 Wafi -'Paper; -Printing tn6;$l , rloudtcn, Matagorda. CandC Mexico: r., - I't iVr. 1/,, jj3ffrriy.il -.Si f ~ r.Vr litate* of BETWBSS Establish. Navigation Company, Cotton, Hay and Fodder, : : " *| Doer8k n8, ot over20p il)ay : : boshdw/8 : : : : : : ;'J : % Pe$perT Bd Alspia^jrer sack, i and Crates of Crockery, Cotton Gins, Dry Goods, Boxesand Cases of Hats, per ' • T t': "5 3 1 -Castings, per 100 ib., ; r~ : r t : : : %i I...

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