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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 June 1849

.....-. ...... ... .. ' " "ag , ,tMi iifc-rriii rfn !!' - I fc. i fjj ,-i -T t" "l-i-j.iirrTVUSg3BgaBiaMA3m " ' i i ljjj i !!- i hi i i p. . . ... m TJ81Z,iW83 in iidYancc. FubUslied Weekly. or $5 at the end of tlie year BY CRtfGER & MOOKE. HOUSTON, THUESDAY, JUNE 21, 18l9. VOL. XIV. NOs25.-WHOLE NQ. 704? n tii - I: TELESRAPH AND REGISTER; Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CRTOEB fc MOORE. ' teems: .Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num beI .-:. . . . 3.00 Advertising, onedollar per square for the first in- sertion, aud fifty cents for each subsequent insertion Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a easonablo deduction from tho above rates will be made, i '- Steamboat cardsPolitical and Personal communica- tions will be charged at the same rates as advertising .r- Law on Newspapers. il. Subscribers who do not gire express notice to the con- trary, are considered wiihia to continue-their subscription. '2...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 June 1849

g0? ,. Jg. Frank, aimldhfelo-r6,01 1 out when h fugled again with beauty and fashion , iJWed at another sunne, lime arearaing uiai no wasiplaciaga thorn in the bosom of another that would rankle there. That inconstancy and thought- lessness that characterizes a portion of mankind was a part of his nature, and as he uttered the same vows to another he had breathed to -Ellen. Her image even wasforgotten. Ellen lieard all with an unnatural calmness ana began to-sees somo employment, u" would obtain for her a subsistance, little caring for aught else. :"Farewell to my Southern home," she wrote ids letter to Frank, "farewell to you and all my frieuds there, I shall never more linger amid the shades where every flower and tree that you learned me to love ..,1J 11 ,Ut -!nr nf enrthhr hnna IS dimmed IVUUIUICI1 U1D, HI"' ' -- 3 ..-r - 'fofever ; hut Oh ! may you for many coming years ol bliss, enjoy their beauties. j.namvs. uuiwuuuw .t,T, ,,, A,ia in trnn nH t-ntir loved mother, for UlClUi) ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 June 1849

?s. -"'. P V.'e aiepitincd lo ralitiliuu that two Inter- esting httie'bnys were drowned, while bathing in the bayou in the uoper part of the city oh Saturday last : one of them was a son of Mr. G. W. Capron and aged about nine years, the other a son of Mi. Perry aged ten years. Negro Thieves. Several negroes were stolen from the neighborhood of Montgomery a few days since. They were pursued and two or three of them were retaken alter a desperate struggle. The others were sur- rounded in a moat at the last accounts. Those who were captured slated that they had been induced to run away by several white men who told them they should be taken through Arkansas and Missouri to a free State. It is believed that there is an organized gang of negro thieves that has its stations extended from the Colorrdo to Missouri. We are grat- ified to learn that some developments have been made that may furnish a clue to detect these villains in the eastern poitions of the Slate. Efficient Dragoons. We a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 June 1849

il .3r THE FUTURE. Years are coming speed they onward ! When the sword shall gather rust, And the helmet, lance, and falchion, p.-rSleepin eilent dustJ -"- - "--" 'Earth has heard too'long of battle, 'jleard the-trampet's voice too long j, But another age advances, " i - Seers foretold in song. Intthe past age of iron3 Those Tvho slaughtering met their kind, Have torofteri worn the chaplet Honoris hand has twined. "Butheleroes of the future . ShalTbe mien whose hearts are strong ; ;Men whose -words and acts shall only JSf ar.against the wrong. .But the sabre, in their contests, Shall no part, no honor ownj War's dread art shall be forgotten, . Carnage all unknown. 'Years'are coming, when forever War's dread tanner shall be furled, Arid the.angel, Peace, be welcomed c. .Regent of the world ! . Hall-with song that glorious era, "When the sword shall gather rust, And the helmet, lance, and falchion, "Sleep in silent dust ! ' From the Boston Traveler. BAIRDS LECTURES ON EU DR. ROPE. . O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 June 1849

DTEXAS REGISTER APHAN ?1 iS -S3 op $5 aihtie en&XriTtE&yvki fee72 ? Is--, 'ilML .-; f l f-" fl&EGHFE AMI HtTnTCirv.TiT ' . iS sm V --. ttuMUJ X"ijil4 ' -ISkiied every "Saursdav., jSaln SiL Ik , . Sssriutjoii Jor Ono Year, orSFHm.,, XT ;n?v : . . .vi& . .-. ,S3. oo 1 , -jLiiveriisinjrT cue aoluf Jigr. squat&aor tne-s- . . seriioui and jhltv-cents torLaach snbsennentiins . - - ''S r s1 - jertum . av . oaonable -deduction From thatabove fal in. firifttru? -r?l ?t!!1i3& made. Steamboat cards,Political andTersoiial communica :...:ni..ii j j. .1 jK j : : . luua niu uc uuciigeu at me saiuo xaitas uuvciiitiu Law cn newspapers. 'a - --JWSC w ZsBbscritbrbt) do not gira -express notico to Uic oon- &v32i!gvi'ih!, to continue tUeirsubjcfiption. thffnablisherffiayicontuiae naiil. 11 nunuiiwi oriicr ue uiscooimuiuiii; uiiucir naren, to send them ti!l allhat i dUQbe- v. 3. "IT .subscriber neglect or refuse to take their jinpcrs frtn thffaffice to "vriich Uraynre directed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 June 1849

7 yi r rlntvn hisarsrutoa "" 6"'0"! '-ureBi nA ;n order give greater muuiiv 10 ois enun: chitioas, he took from mouthiajhuga quidrou tobacco and tnrew it upon thewhite mar,ble hearth, saying he wishedStheGeneraL would jbesagood as to inform him ipwnabcaies'! capital punishment ;ould ever tie, justified or defended. ,, y - J "Well, ' saicHhe General, ' it strikes me, Cthat if we'are going to abolish capital punish- ment, therti are two cases which -should be v.roade'exceptions." 'Two cases are there?' said the petitioner. y" Well, sir, I should like to hear them stated, and the arguments for them.5 , "The first,' said the General, ' is that ot .-clear cold-blooded, premeditated murder. . I think the person who lies in waiting.or.Jn , 'ambush, or with, malice prepense; ought io jujicu uisj me in. return. lie deserves to De tag." ar- x "Well, I have abundance of arguments to -meeiinat case,' said the visiter. 'Now-1 should like to know what is your othercase.' - "Thc3qther case,' said ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 June 1849

-v r 4 V Sfe started west; to a mountain 28 miles off; in tipproaching'it two different ways are open; - one close by the side of the mountain; the other more north. We went to the north; struck a ravine, bearing south to a large val- ley; then west to the Snta Fe road, 25 miles above the pas.; making it'about 97 miles from the Pecos river to the pass, and 380 miles from Fredericksburg through.5' Although 'the party had been some days at El Paso, they had heard nothing of the members who sep- arated from them on the road. Major Dalton says carriages and ladies could have gone over the route without difficulty." r By the arrival of the Schooner Spray at Galveston fiom Brazos Santiago, advicps have been received from the Rio Grande to the I5lh ult. The Indians still hover in small parties around the settlements above Brownsville. The people are afraid to travel, on the east bank of the river, unless in parties of ten or twenty, well armed. A party of Indians lately visited the town of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 June 1849

"" - V - v "", : -. jfr .--Jfewrleansy May 12tk -1849. " Messrs. Editors A--3:elegrapnic dispatch fl-m-BpatonPeceived Iiere, by one of our Commission, nouses j on the 11th ihsfc, dated lOtli'inst., ordering the purchase bfa quantPT ty of merchandise. This order'was executed fthe morning of the 11th, and the merchan- dise was shipped by the bark Santec the same day, "which-vessel goes to sea this evening. Thus, urine space of two days, an order orig- inating 'in Boston was received here, executed and the merchandise shipped and on its way to Boston all done in two days ! We have acquainted you with the above fact, in the hope that you will give it to your readers as an evidence of the wonderful celeri- ty to business afforded by the Magnetic Tcl- . egraph. .Yours, respectfully, Dewey & Co. ' The Owl Flying from the Light. Roos- tan, the father general of the Jesuits, is about deleave Italy and establish his head quarters 5n Portugal. He may now tarry, as the pros- - pect darkens....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 July 1849

r- -wjw .-- V . - -jis-!ftfc: APH AND REGI STER. . jt L TJ2RJES & in advance. Ptblislied Weekly or$5 at the end of the year -4- BY CRUGEK & MOORE. HOUSTON THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1849. VOL. XJV. NO.27.--WHOLENO.7G6 91- -SsH TV mm m Mfa E And w. a i hi JesssraesBasasMssxaas i ,, .l.... l i mrfniui i jh.i i. i i .ssrx n n jh iebjb 1 1 i i 1 1 i i i n in i r 1 1 '.l.,. i i t1. i i ii in n i r- TELEGRAPH AM) REGISTER Pablished every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CR.TTER. fc JUaOORE. terms: Subscription for Ouo Year, or Fifty-Two Num bers, $3. 00 Advertising, ono dollar per square for tho first in- sertion, and fifty ccuts for each subsequent insertion Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by tho year, a easonable 'deduction from the above rates will be made-- Steamboat cards,Political'andTersonal communica- tions will be charged at tho same rates as advertising Law on Newspapers. 1. Subscribers vrho do not give express notice to the con- tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 July 1849

-A-..?----- ir thild! ho was handsome, gentle, easy to rear. But. as if his mother's sorrow badafFected himeven before his birth, the child was melancholy ; he seldom cried,- but he never smiled ; ho was quiet ; and at that age quiet seems to denote suffering. I fancied that all the tears shed over tho cradle froze that poor little soul. Iwould fain have seen William's arms twined car- essingly rouad his mother's neck. I would have had1m return the kisses lavished upon him. "But "what am I thinking about?" I then said to myself ; "is it reasonable to expect that a little creature, not yet -a year upon earth, should understand that it is sent thither to love and console this woman?" It was, I assure you, a touching sight to behold this young mother, pale, feeble, and who had ouce renounced existence, dinning again to life for the sako t)f a little child which could not even say, "Thanks, dear mother'" What a marvel is the human heart! Of how small a thing it makes much ! Give it but ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 July 1849

; s h tims went in search of the assassins, whom they subsequently met and fought, killing twenty and making fifty prisoners. THE TELEGRAPH. EDITED BY FE.ANCIS MOORE, Jr. Houston, Thursday, July 5, 1849. . u Gen. Wood is making the tour of the wes- tern counties, and wcarc happy to learn that he has everywhere been greeted by the wes- tern people with a hearty welcome. A few designing politicians have long been endeav- oring to create .-n excitement in the west against him because he did not refuse to sign the apportionment bill. lie has silenced them in a few, words. He says he did not ap- prove the bill, but it was passed on the last day, of the session; the constitution required the Legislature to pass a bill apportioning the representations of the people this was the only bill passed and defective as it was, he was compelled to sign it or call an extra session when the treasury was exhausted. He preferred the latter alternative, and we think every patriot will approve his conduc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 July 1849

jas' L "r-r : -rw ,-& K m From fAe Herald and Journal. - m - 'THE CONSTELLATION. - . XHTh'e.f eader must bear in mind that tho re- semblance selected is the only one intended to apply. ,. ". i- In fancy's hour I sportive sought Resemblances to trace, . 'Twist Poesy's Sons and Orators, -The:"gifted of our rabe. Sir "VValter Scott, the Taried powers r - Of-Ksk recalled to mind; Compressive fqrce and graphic sketch In both "were well combined. Our Summerfield's chaste, matchless style. By Campbell's is exprest; - Glowing though tender, clear though deep, Our brightest and our best ! -, truly great, yet striving oft That creatness to enhance, -.By swelling words for common thoughts, Ib Southey at a glance. The perfect harmony of Pope, That well can bear the test Of criticism's ordeal, " Shows Emory the best. There is a seriousness in "Waugh, With so much sweetness fraught, lake Pollok's" course of time it leads To high and holy thought: -We turn to Thomson's oft read page, With plea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 July 1849

3353 v -mis. ' ? JgWi'if " xkssnw TEIZJflJS 3 in advance. Published Weekly. or $5 at the end i the year -BY CRU&ETL & MOORE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1849. VOL. XIV. NO.28.-WHOEEN6.707 ? ' "K . ITilinMI ,1 lU-'lfl, i i ii i . .r ,nn n n ..nyi. " '- M4 '.-n,' W.U,I h ni EgJ It. . , J.lll' 111 MIT I I I III I im BBBiiin.1, Wk.1.1.1 ",flHJ 1-TJT.. Lf IHIIW II Jl JIUJJ' ' TT .ILIBSCZaacn IfflUMg; III I II I I H fill 'Iff JWi .JhVII' -i- TT" LJ ' " abJW -' - -III t M SB IBj rl TggagaiB aaSBBH BMBBBmBiB ' ij r Telegraph and Register Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CRUGSR. fc ittOORE. teems: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, - - - - - - 3. 00 Advertising, ono dollar per square for the first in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants aud others advertising by the year, a f easonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cardvPolitical and Personal cemmnnica-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 July 1849

& Wandered from the road. Ho perceived that his mulo Was descending a steep deceut, aud he attempted to throw himself off, upon the upper side, hat before ho alighted, discovered that it ws over a precipice, and clungto the horn of th"o saddle, and thus palled tho mule over in a chasm, some seven or eight feet (Jeep, -md two or three wide. He fell on liis hack and tho nnle upon him. He was protected from th,e- whole weight of the male by a rock which projected from tfielbottom; but snil the mule covered him. enough to keep him down and render "his situation, painful. He hallowed and inada. efforts to bahgardfor some time; but despairing of relief from any olhrquarter,betoQk his knife and cut the mule until it died he then out it into several pieces but uot enough to extricate him- self, -occasionally hallooing, whenever tho violence of the wind abated, Finally, afWbeiug in that situation over an hour, almost suffocated by tho dead body of the mule, jthe blood and water which had...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 July 1849

s f ly. that they have in many instances choked the cotton plant?, and the crop will thus be diminished to a great extent. The corn has suffered less as it had nearly ripened when, the rains set in. The cane seems to be the only crop that is likely to lie abundant this season. The rains havicaused the cane to grow remarkably rapidly, and if the season should be dry in Autumn to ripen the joints, the sugar crop will probably be the most abundant that has ever been raised here. The damage done to the sugar crop of Louisiana, by the overflow, is so great that the price of this staple will probably be considerably in- creased, and the planters who have engaged in the sugar culture in Texas, will thus be re- warded as with a premium for their enterprise. Col. Volney E. Howard, will address the people relative to the congressional election at: Leona on Monday, the 9th of July, Springfield, Wednesday, 11th " Corsicana, Friday, Melton, Saturday, Cameron, Tuesday, 13th 14th 17th 20th 23rd Au...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 July 1849

$ .. ---;- jjjBBE-' - - ik$&il 2$n&i c?.i I c-- .'sanoy? A rt i- V-" k 7Vim ft? Boston Traveler. DR. BAERiJ-S LEPTUB.ES ON 1U- Dr. Baird,V lecture on Italy, delivered on Wednesday evening, was very fully attended, and wasjone, of the mot interesting of this valuable -course of lectures. Italy being the central neninsular of Eurone, is capable, from its position, of exerting a vast influence on that continent. Its history is, so tospoae, laiger than that of any other European nation, as it extends through twenty-five centuries. For twelve centuries, Rotae was the centre of the Pagan world, as it has since been the centre of the Catholic world, and its history, in the present" as well as the past, is full of profound interest. Its territory is as large as that oj Great Britain, and Ireland, and contains a, population of 22,000,000. There are aboutj 24,000,000' of -people in the world who speaK Italian. ,y. Italy is divided into several governments. At the south,is thelringdoni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 July 1849

V ISTER. - t T&&J&S $8 m advance. BY CEQGEB, & M00RE7 Published Wccffly. r $5 at the end ol the year .V HOUSTON, THURSDAY, JULY 2$, 1849. VOL. XI V. NO. 30.--WHOLE NO. 709 & ' ' THE OLD FARM HOUSE. UV MARV A. LAWS0X. I'iove these gray and moss-grown walls, This ivied porch, this trellised vain, The lattice, w.th its narrow pane, t- A rHic ofthe olden time; , The wiilow with its waving leaves, Through which ihs low winds niurrauriug glido , Too gurgling ripple of the stream, That whisper softly at its side; .; The spring-hoaso in its shady npok, Like lady's bower shadowed o'er With clustering trees and creeping plants. That chug around the rustic door The rongh-hewn steps jjthal lend their aid To reach the shady, cool recess, Whero humble duty spreads a scene That hourly comfort learns, to bles3. Upland and medows lie around, Fair smiling in ihesuu's last beam ; Beneath yon solitary liee The lazv cattle idiv dream. Afar the reaper's stroke descends, While faintly ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 July 1849

fit -dfeg RffSEKlCjSS jiaei HAKACJ tee. The folIowingifamptat"aH5ialyj'3; ofthe American cuara'cteVataTienwom tjie" Rev. Dr. Dixon's "Metn'odistSjih' America Itstrikes us asbj?mg ftjesancL most phil- sophlcal ailempt in tlia't'direction lhat we have met with from Uu&peiref a foreigner: :It is then, an undoubted "fact that the American -people-do pay great regard to re- n?gionjLandastins,Tikc every Jhing.el-e, is with itfema personal r.nd not a conventional con- rnit;is alfthe-jnore energetically promo' 'led.'" It seems principle of Americanism,., lhatthe obligations of our nature arc untrans- ferable. An 'American never dreams of pal-' ling his social and religious obligations into commission. He never considers himself as' having denuded himself of his responsibilities. -wEen he has given hisV(5?e 'for a President, 'and taken a share in constructing a govern--ment. Even his political duties arc not, in his own "estimation, put in abeyance by these Uranactions, much less is moia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 July 1849

-S-- ' Jt "I53&'JS can soil should ever be open to foreigners as "well as to .natives. Our territory is broad and rich -enough -to satisfy the desires of frce- inen of every dune who are willing to ally ithctr fortunes with the aegis of the American Union. If Gen. Taylor or any -officer of the Government has attempted to;f revent foreign--ers from" settling upon and occupying the soil of California as freely as ihey -ire per- snitted -to occupy the soil of the- States of the JUnion, ihey have been guilty of -a flagrant act of injHstice,-conlrary to the letter aad spirit of the American Constitution, and if bloodshed ensue, the fault must restupoii -fbeir leads. foreigners -have never iieen forlnddexKo sow .grain and reap its-golden -liarvest in "tlie older Stales, neither should they he forbidden to procure hy their industry ttnd -enterprise .the glittering treasures of the El Dorado -of ihc Pacific These treasures should be shared : with them as freely as the common blessings i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 July 1849

:$ I 0- j- -i SlfefS, "EUROPE AND HEIttSp ' BY TJR jS2fe?Docior" called attention.aJr- tlie com mencemeiit of Ms lecftirei-tOvtKe'faDt that al though. Europe comprised only a fourteenth part of the land. sur&ce-,6f the globe, it con- tained a fourth, part of its inhabitants, and gnuA ofats civilization ; and that the greater ipart ofjhe population and tjivilizatlon of Eu- rope Is io be found in its Western part. Rus- sia and Turkey include more than one-half of Europe within their limits, yet they contain only sixty-five millions of inhabitants. Tn oar country, population and civilization are, ffor the most part to be found on the Atlantic ,oast, opposite Europe, from -whence our pop- ulation and civilization is derived. We are struck with the.great variety in the human appearance in Europe. Although the inhabitants are nearly all of Caucassian on BAiRD.v-rri r - y gin i they exhibit the greatest diversity in com- j making the changes in which h. has been com--.plexfon, features...

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