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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 3 March 1849

wj.!fTTgErrrt3w:iJU -iiJ?r..jjaJJ jj-i. j.--wv-i4iv-,'j,.?r.v--i.-;T-L.TTrPTC ..iBwgmjmi -i--i -i "ig--j-:.n-Bi'-rwTi i i i miini LATEST FOREIGN NEWS. "We take the following synopsis of the latest foreign news from a 5elegraphlc despatch in the Delta of the 15th ult. It was brought py the Niagara, which arrived ai Bobton on the lllh. r, . FINANCIAL REFORM. .The English jrovermnent. to meet the wishes of the neonle. have Jcluded. to reduce the expenses ot several departments of the government. This has caused the funds to advance, and given general buoj'ancy to business. Ireland. In Ireland the judges have overruld the errors assign- ed in the case of Smith O'Srian and his fellow prisoners. In this judgment the court was unanimous. Aa. appeal to the House of .Lords still lies, but Meagher seems determined to make no further effor for a reversal of the sentence, but to abide his fate, India News. News from India state that a sanguinary conflict has taken place between the English forc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 3 March 1849

N.., .LLr9?Bv?X!x77;?xr. tvc--v rrrm-rrvF! -rvzrrjrtv-K. w id House CARPENTERS, to whom j I TVTi-psr3 Iwi rood " - . . .,, i... -..., rood wages and coustant employment wiuuc " " ,,p u" "i- - Aniin, Feb. 17,184!). $3 Hi) 13 00 2J Lights and BAILOR UNIVERSITY. kN the 1st of January Inst the Session oi un ...m..... menced, and will expire on the last ol iit. Rev. Henry L. Graves, A. Al. Pi evident. Mr. Daniel Witt, Prof. Terms in Preparatory Department. Elementary English Brunches, - - -English Gramar, Geography and Arithmetic, - -Ancient and Modern Languages, Natural and Alathema. Sciences, Moral and Intellectual Philosopuy, Instrumental Music, ------ Vocal Music taught gratis, Fee in Collegiate Department, - n j:..-.,,.. Vi inrliidin'T Fuel, asnw u.u...bi .....,--- . 7 to 8 00 Yscries of Lecture's on the science of Law, by Judge Lipscomb and other distinguished Jurists, will commence on the first .lay of July, and terminate on the last of November, Price cf ticket $20. Tuition, in a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 10 March 1849

rSV ,' '8 U B r? III ll. . - '' & m m A2r3 '! Rt M f CH v. V JV bl -NT A" It WI- l-,LS.' i --J.'J . 1 HI. jvr" k';-,i"J.'i.ij' u., i"i'.i-. vol. i. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, IS 19. NO. 7. :'i'--.-i L.jjji.(-ji!jj?i!iwMe'vn.Aj.w,'.i!.iim,u,;, .AHjijii.giwir'y.vgl.'ffl l...L-J.-r?. I I' 111 1.M l--LJ-fl THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT "Will be published every Saturday by W. H. CUSHNEY. The TEXAS DEMOCRAT will be continued until the arranc- - - 1.11 tmrn linnr f.nmnlntn1 to 1110 tlii T15f A5 nrnis in prii;ivs- -uan !" -".. j . STATE GAZETTE. It will then give place to that paper. HI ri r-i . .11 1 ttnnt In til! llincft ,,rlirt lini'O rimil thi siffo- : j.ne uemucroi win u ..-.... .. .... ...... iv, .. ..v, v. ....... ....... ow.,- bcriptions in advance until the engagements of the former publishers tl II 1 !..,., fV.1fl!lrft- t-Those wbo subscribe to the State Gazette, will he furnished with E-nc Licmvcnii until mi- iv r"i" ,o ....v...... . iuu. -,- - iheTato nf $4 ncr year for the time they ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 10 March 1849

r.TU'u: i 4 j .:: THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 10,' 1819. The rates' charged for passage on the steamers be- tween New Orleans and Galveston, have been, and are stillront of aU'proportion to the charges for like serv- ice in other parts of the United States. They are ex- orbitant, and can be considered in no oilier light than asa direct imposition' upon those who may be forced to'travel by the Gulf route lo Texas. The effect has been not ouly to impede, but almost wholly to arrest. the emigration that would otherwise have come into onr State, through New Orleans and Galveston. A large majority of the emigrants have not been able to encounter so heavy a tax ; and those whose means would allow the. payment of the tax, have been un- willing to submit to the imposition. The consequence has been, that the tide of emigration has been turned completely away from our ports. It is well known that hundreds, perhaps thousands, who had intended to make Texas their home, have been...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 10 March 1849

l rJ-JuwJ-,irT'i-'---'"'-'"".,.a".:i,rs.!.vc jinjjn;i:Jt,ur.-iM)'-ii'j'i."y"r'w.w - .j r ,jwm-"'iM.tyw poinlment of a committee of two members on the p'art of the Senate, to join a similar committee on the part of the House, to wait on the President anil Vice-President elect, and inform them oi their elec- tion, which -was. unanimously adopted; and then, alter-an unim- portant report by Mr. Johnson of Louisiana, from the committee on Pensions, the Senate adjourned. ... - . Judge McLean has declined to be a candidate for United States Senator from Ohio. The Picayune has dates from -San Bias as late as the 17th January. The United Stales shipof war Ohio had arrived there direct from SanFrancisco, whence the sailed on the 25th December. The accounts re- ceived from the gold region in California are not so flattering. The cold weather had driven in the diggers, and, m consequence, gold had become scarce and the. price risen to sixteen dollars. Several large cargoes of provisions had arr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 10 March 1849

p.-mnwn jjvu4 1 - - j ' i h.'.ctt Ty cj-JJMJM.M.Lqa L.-n'ivm:"j.-v.r p-.' -..; -lj ,s M'S t. , u " ?".' J ."''BtfMa v.-. i .wmyjuJM tj-JA'in,w'iV.T-NVU''rrras.Ai-ijMJjzrsgqpTT: SSJESE3ESC1 ' ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. HAVING been appointed Administrator on the Estate of N. B. Anderson, deceased, by the Honorable Chief Justice o Tunis County I hereby give notice to all persons having claims against said estate to present them within the time prescribed by law, duly authenticated; and all those indebted to the same, arc requested to make' immediate payment. MARTIN MOORE, Administrator Estate of N. B. Anderson, dec d. Austin, March 1. 1449. 6w6 ADMIN1STRA TO R'S NO TICE. HAVING received letters of administration from the County court of Bastrop countv, at its January Term. 1849, upon the estate of Dan Caldwell, deceased-. Ntice i hereby ghen, that all persons arerequeslcd to present their legal claims against said estate, duly authenticated, within the time prescribed by law : and all per...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 31 March 1849

-; x P At, " - IK i ft- is -si rrS ?r - -V5 ic! F&X . Ill v iv 4- Wl ",:H S - trm.-.uj.w.jt s3n r t. pi pi 2 f jM - irfl lit- - ft"-' r.l ri I M.1 114 rU vor.T.,'" AUSTIN, SATURDAY JVIARCH 31, 1819. NO. 10. ii.VH-Hti-itm.m'LH li,, li, H nil III II I V i T- " 1 T -" "If ' t"TTTrir WTIHV-' " ""-? THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT, .- Will be published every Saturday by -w-' W. H..CU3HNEY. The TEXAS DEMOCRAT will be continued until the arrnnjto tncnts in progress shall have been completed to issue the TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. It will, tlich give place lo thitf paper. Thc'Democrat will be swit to allvhose who hac paid their sub- scriptions in advance until the engagements of the former publishers shall have been fulfilled. ' Those who subscribe to the State Gazette, will be furnished with the Democrat until the new paper is commenced; and char gcdat the rate of $4 per year fur the time they rcceie it. All leitcrd to the publisher must be Post Paid, or they wil. not be taken from the office. ADVERTISIN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 31 March 1849

cs H :.. - V ' s m - s VV-V sdJL v THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT AUSTIN, SATURDAY, MARCirX,1319 ; ipaa.jj";,iivi-."i-ijw' . ..:ss 77; Li & x? Remember that a meeting of he people of TRAVIS COUNTY is icbe held in AUSTIN; on MONDAY NEXT, he first day of the DistrictCourt. Eve ry .one who feels an interest in the Navigation of the Colorado, is requested to attend. The meeting will 'be held at the Capitol, at two o'clock in the afternoon. "V This is the-Iast day of March, and our new press and materials have not yet arrived. We expected to issue the first number of the Gazette at farthest by the middle of the present month, but the unexpeicd de- lays which have occurred have prevented the fn 1 51- meiit of this intention. We hope, however, that Ave shall soon, be able to appear under another name, and in a new and enlarged form. See the Advertisement of Mr. Higgins, in another -xoilimu,-who-wUl now be able to supply the country with building material of the best sort, having provided iim5dfvft...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 31 March 1849

wamraag PUBLIG MEETING AT SAN MARCOS. At n meeting" of the Citizens of Hajs County, held at the town of in Marcos, on Saturday the 23th Alarcii, IBM, lor hip purpose oi mauing some arrangements in regain u mu .......0 iwocn the towns of San Marcos and Frcdericksbur:: Wn. Lindsey was called to the Chair, and Richard M. Shinn was appointed Sccretaty. . . , . GeneraV Burleson, in a few appropriate rcmaiks stated the object 23 NEW GOODS. 1! B. , ... r .'. it..: , There is great excitement anion? tne citizen- u ii- "- ,and in futeign nations, in regard to liie aiimriua 5 .l ?nrW. number of norsuns ha vJnff already emigrated. direct r i, ,.t r,. ,..:. .;,!, r-,,.?r nnnointed Messrs. John u. Costa, J. Armstrong and Richard M. Shinn a Contmiticc to diaft a suitable pronmble and resolutions, who, after retiring for a short time ottered the following, which was adopted. Whereas. ted States, and also, large bodies or people ate making preparations Horn ev- ery part of the Union to emigrate to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 31 March 1849

rv,i.-.-j ! tr- nazsssssizsEZE: ,J'S333SZZZ3Z w J. De CORDOVA, Texas Zand and GTcncrnl Agenl,C'.'i Hotel Kuilding, Jlaiislcn ILL attend promptly to the locating and surveying of bnunty land warrants, head-ni'ht certificates, ami scrip claim-; : Hip prociircmcn: 01 innci claims one iccenseu soimers; wiu o"uunni- i patents from thejGeueral Lund-Office; the examination and pci feting of titles to lands in any part of the State; the recording of patents and deeds in the several counties in which the land lies; the ic-sur-vcy and division of lands held under the Spanish grants ; the payment of Taxes; the redemption of lands sold ftr Taxes; the renting and leasin" of farms and lots in and adjoining the cities of Galveston, Houston, or Austin; the settlement of accounts due by indiviuals or the laic Government of Texas, particularly to such as come under the denomination cf public debt, and all other matters in which the servi- ces of an efficient agent in Texas may be required. From his l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 7 April 1849

VJiO ' V i&l&f A n .? 5 eI?s5,? AUSTIN, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, IS 19. NO. li. VOL. I. 'i JE7rL n r Sfew d . teSs . -rffi ?'- ' a. o - . "? ? I Hill I II "MISt ""-.T-U .. --- "' f ' - r " a T.HE TEIASDEMOCRAT, Will be puWisIied CTcry Saturday by W. HCUSHNEY. The TEXAS DEMOCRAT will be continued i.ntil the aoan mcnt in progress oliall bavebcen completed to i-.uo the 1 LXAb STATE GAZETTE. It ill iheagivo place to that paper. The Democrat will be sent to all ihmo who bnyo paid tbeir sub scriptions in advance -until the cngag -mcnls of the turmcr puDiiaiiwr shall have beca fulfilled. - . , ., Those who subscribe to tl.c State Gazette, vull bo furnished uiin the Democrat until the new paper is commenced; and char geel at the rate of $4 per rear for the time tliev receive it. All lelters to the publisher must be Post Paid, or they wil. not be -taken ffbnthe ofhee. ADVERTISING. of 8 lines or less first insertion, $1 00 ou One square fcrorv stihsenuenl publication. Advertisements of more...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 7 April 1849

vv S33ESaESES3S iM' --,' fcT J ,1---H-- '-'- fr.v-.jH j-i -t .gr; THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT. AUSTIN, SATURDAY "APRIL 7,1819. Irifauswer to inquiries from respected' Friends in different parts ot the Stale, wo are able lo announce that Governor Wood has decided to be a candidate for a second official term. "We believe that the honor and welfare of the peo- ple of Texas have been, and that tlieywill be safe in the hands of George T.Wood that he will deal fairly by all, and that his experience and good judgment will enable him to administer the government to the general advantage. - His aim has ever been to do equal and ample, justice to all parties and sections. This will be manifest upon a candid examination of his official acts. He has labored faithfully to protect aild promote the common interests of the people, look- ing only to the reward to be found in the conscious- ness of faithful service and the honor derived from Ihe public approbation. We believe that this motive alone has .guide...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 7 April 1849

' .V.ImriLhiS: jr3fi2SSXE25C37;EC3KE!e: 3S t - M u s that all parts of the territory might be fairly represent- ed, and to give time to Congress to provide a territo- rial government, the day for the convention to assem ble has been changed to the 1st day ot May next- The latest news which had been received at Sari Francisco on the 25th January, reached there that day by the American schooner Swallow, fifteen days from Mazatlan. Thereby the Californians learned the election of Gen. Taylor. ,B Thefollowingparagrnphis fromthepaperof the 2oth. The United States store-ship Southampton arrived from San Pedro last evening. We are informed that she brings Capt Smith's company of dragoons, to be stationed at the Presidio of San Francisco. Gen. Lane, the newly appointed Governor of Oregon, is passenger in, her He arrived at Los Angeles by the Santa t'e route. His suite is expected to arrive here by the first steamer. The Alta California copies a paragraph about a meeting of seamstresses in N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 7 April 1849

AGENCY DISCONTINUED. THE Undersigned hcrcty notify all whom it may concern, ilia; they have discontinued their agency for the adjustment ofclaimt against the late Republic of Texas. Tlie certificates of adjusted claims will, be delivered to claimants on application and payment of fees to A. J. Hamilton, Esq., who will continue and attend to all bu einess of the agency for the future. CHARLES MA.30N, Austin, Feb. 3, 1849. 3m2 W. D. .MILLER. Airs 3? 2 ss" SiOsss. npHE undersigned having taken jlie above stand, formerly nccu- j pied by Gapt. JameiTG. JSwisber would icspcctf'uliy inform his friends and the public, that hcipri'imittcl to entertain ihem with thebes't.tho markets and the counliy VJbid. No expense has been, or will be spared, to render those who.patronisc him cum An tabic. The STABLES are in good repair and well furnished with proven- 3er. A trusty and careful .hostler will bo kept in attendance. Austin,Jan.28,1849. ltf HENRY E. McCULLOCH. LEGAL RATES OF INTEREST: Maine 6 p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 21 April 1849

' ?-teV4 vo !iJ& .. T 1 rr- ,'IUUW.'i..lf. VOL. I. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1819. NO. 13. v n".mj'iwnm.i "i- Wl' I H.'JIWIU'-l"-iJ"lWlli WL'iM.W.'JLg? ar-tk.r-C-yi? NJK IB "y NSffigJ' Ny Yt- V V && i.Mu-fgfca-rwwgei-1 . 'w j.i.t.m. m, II Hill III -u-!jtjm.i. iu.i. jh.,,!,!,, LJIL , ,.,,.. TRE TEIAS DEMOCRAT, Will be published every Saturday by W. II. CUSHNEY. The TEXAS DEMOCRAT will be continued until the arranp- mcnts in prc"C eliall hae lpen completed to isue the '1EXAS STATE GAZETTE. Tt uill then gienlaci to Unit paper. The Democrat will be sont to all ihntc who hae paid their sub- jcriptious in advance until the engagements of the former publishers shall hare been fulfilled. Those who subscribe to the Stale Gazette, will Iip furnished with the Democrat until the new pappr is commenced; and char gcd at the rate of $4 per jear for the time they receive it. All letter to the publisher roust be Post Paid, or they wil. not be taken from the office. m ADVERTISING. One s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 21 April 1849

A5 ? - - . 3- v THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1849. Under the treaty of peace with Mexico, the United States are solemnly engaged to prevent the incursion offlieir Indians into the settlements beyond the Rio Grande. It is now nearly a twelve month since the ratifications of this treaty were exchanged between the two countries. But notwithstanding the high obliga- tions of duty and honor resting on our government to restrain the lawless bands of savages inhabiting our ter- ritory from passing into the territories of our neighbor. we hear almost daily of scenes of devastation and mur- der -committed by them upon the Mexican people. The Camanches and Apaches the two most formid- able tribes of the South west are continually crossing the Rio Grande, seemingly without hindrance, or even an effort to intercept them, and carrying destruction and death into almost every hamlet upon the contigu- ous frontier. For the good name of our count y, and for the sake of those who r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 21 April 1849

A nnrKf.nf nhmit fort- California emiff rants arrived hpra nn Tho. nvmina- of the 3d inst., from iS'ew York. They proceed immediately to Austin, and will proba- bly reach Fredericksburg by the middle of the month. Owing to the great scarcity of mules at the west, and the prevalence of sickness on the Rio Grande, it is probable that many emigrants will come by this city. Horses and mules are scarce in this section also; but teams can be engaged any day, and at cheap rates, to transport the emigrants and baggage to Austin, or other points in the interior. Mules and horses can be ob- tained on the route from this city to Austin. Tele- graVh , . Bloody Affr.a y. It is reported that at a place call- ed "The Point," in Panola county, a bloody scene oc- curred on last Thursday. Some men were playing at cards. Two of them, a doctor and a young man names not remenbered fell out and concluded to have a fight with their fists went out and stripped them- selves, when the young man declined. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 21 April 1849

. J..IW.WJM,!AJ.''W iHWnMltJjfl Some thousands years ago a celebrated Chinese Phi- losopher pointing to the west, prophesied that from thence should come the hope and regeneration of the world. The ideaj-ii may be. gave birth to the line of the poet, ' A'cstwiul :hf star nf Empire lakes its way.'" Certain it is whether it be to Christianity, or to ihe pro- gress of art, science and commerce that we look for tin march of civilization, the West has steadily expanded into a broader and brighter field of deve-Jopement anc triumph, while the East, which was erst ihe Gardri. of God and the paradise of man. has as steadily reced- ed into darkness and inanity. Slowly but surely, from as far back as we can trac history, the great empire of the world has been tend ing westward. It has at length crossed the lasl ocean, discovered the farthest hemisphere, and soon, pushing itself against the shores of the Pacific, will pause and rise to a power, intelligence and splendor in all that is ennoblin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 28 April 1849

y i l-d?7 '-" 'JztuL V v 5- f S y tgpg ifcs JW ,j-n.'n-'f-j'.."j. re-r.rgjj'." .-i- Hill I i II mSil..-t '-"".r," "-" W -IJ VOL, I. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1849. NO. 14. -1 : ?s . a $ ?3 fl wss' r&W ,4 -w5 (TW TCr AT I &3 -w a. a. a. vfc. X A. VNw r JJtm Jra a h s a a a s g a dB m a . la k H fj a a s 8 fe a jl - II ll' JJP j - &W THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT, Will be published every Saturday by W. H. CUSHNEY. The TEXAS DEMOCRAT will be continued until the arrnn-c-ments in progress shall have been completed to isuo the 1EXAS STATElGAZETTE. It will then give place to that paper. The Democrat will be sent to ail ihrtse who have paid their sub- scriptions in advance until the engagements of the former publishers shall have betn Fulfilled. Those who subscribe to the Stale Gazette, will he furnished with the Democrat until the new paper is commenced; ard char gcd at the rate of $4 per year fur the time they receive it. AH letters to the pnblisdicrmust be Post raid, or they il. not b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 28 April 1849

"J L. X " s. X ?iaisafcgaa'ie. THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT. ;ATST1N, SATURDAY, ALTxIL 28, 1849. LTGIOUS XOT1CC. There -will be a two days Sacramental Meeting holden at ihe Ca- pitol on the first Saturday and Sabbath in May next, beginning at iVo'clock on Saturday, by the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Several Ministers are expected to be in attendance with Rev. F. E. Foster on the occasion. ' ""We observe that the Houston Gaz., of 21st., lias fal- len into error about the existence of cholera in our city. '"Neither Mr. Dieterich nor Mr. Tarbox has been sick. Mr. Osborne was siclc at Oouston or on the road before his arrival here, and died within thirty-six hours. Though there is a difference of opinion as to the char- acter of his attack, yet we think it may very probably have been cholera. No other death has occurred here since the demise of air. O., and the health of the city is at present very good. ' We are pained to hear, as we do by every anival, the -most unfavorable accounts of the ...

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