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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 August 1849

g ii 'i ... i. . -nr,. . i i i iii it ju,1 i. i ,.' .jjumgja.",T7TiBn uus'i'iv , ru ruruFcisa i t.Ji. n " " " i"inv'..."iiiv"-"- ssagaci -"' "i mi in ii'iu.ji-i . i. n---a; j cr"i-. . nn , iiimirTTTTrn MV thm a nansc.! jFi2 -- FJv S3 i ei advance. Published Weekly. or $5 at the end of Hie year BCRUGER & MOOEE. HOUSTON THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1849. VOL. XIV. NO.31.--WHOLENO.710. Tho following Song was sung at the Dinner given in honor ol the Hon. A. P. Butler, at Edgefield, South Carolina : GATHERING SONG OF THE SOUTH. (Air Marseilles Hymn.) Ye Southern freemen, wake to action ! Hark I hark! our country bids us rise, Shall oar rights by vile infraction Be sacrificed before our eyes? Shall Northern Whigs, their numbers swelling With ranting fools, a maniac host, Declare we shall no longer boast Oar cherish'd Union, Freedom's dwelling! Arise arise, ye brave ! Our banners be unfurl'd ! "We'll swear, wo'll swear our rights to save, Proclaim it to the world. No longer hope that generous f...

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

V J man foresight could have prevented thai love which sprang up tso spontaneously and irresistibly in the providence of heaven. Thus passed the winter; but with 'the spring yet another sorrow came upon poor Adelaide. Ono stor- my March night Mr. Revere; while on a visit of con- Bolation to a dying parishoner, took a severe cold, which soon brought him to his bed, und at last termi- nated in a slow decline April, May, June, went by, and the saintly old man yet lingered. One morning in July, aftsr lying fora long time in deep thought, he called Adelaide to him, and asked if she had lately heard from Henri Deroux. "Yes, dear grandfather," she replied, 'a few days siuce. He is now in Montreal; he came north by the Mississippi and the Lakes, and ho writes that his health is better than it has been for years." "All! that is well. But my love, I wish you to write to Henri, begging him to come to us. I would see him before I go hence." Adelaide wrote to Henri that night. It was a year, alm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 August 1849

New Sect.k collection oLubout one hundred and forty persnns, seventy of whom are men, have purchased a farm of tjvo hundred nnd'fiuy acres in Madison county, N.Y., and are banded together on something like a Fourier plan? They believe they cannot sin, and do not recognize the marriage relation, but maintain a community of husbands and wives. Our Minister to the German Confedera- tion. The Frankfort correspondent of the London Times, under date of the 10th ult., eays: Mr. Donelson, the American Minister, ar- rived here yesterday from Berlin too late 1 should say. For not only is there no proper Central Government here at Frankfort nor is it at ail likely, for the present, that any other city will become the residence of a Na- tional Government of Parliament but Berlin, where-tlje different Executive powers are al- readyjjuniting. Pic. Cxsxdtjjs Military Affairs. We un- derstand that Major General Rowan is to command the lorces in Canada, with the lo- cal rank of Lieut. General. Capt....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 August 1849

& IMPORTANCE-OF TEACHING FE- TVT a t.t?.s M A THEMATICS, &c. , The great aim of the teacher should be, to lead the mind of hisjrapil to think for itself. WhHeieis.domg'thls.he.may accomplish an- other important, though secondary object; that is, to store the memory -with such knowl- edge -as may be of great practical use in the daily 'employments of life. Of such are, Arithmetic and. English Grammar, together with mosfctelementcxy sciences. One branch of study, better calculated, perhaps, than any other, to" train the mind to close application, has in years past been entirely left out of the ordinary course of female education; or at most, has been suffered to hold but a secon- dary place; 1 mean the stady of Mathemat- ics. Some have objected to teaching girls Mathematics, "because," say they, "Ogives an unyielding rigidity to the miud."rrhey say, "there is not sentiment-enough in .Math- ematics for a lady." It-is true there is not much pathos in Algebra nor is there very mu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 August 1849

I i i Sli f - - . i& -'"WMromuhe'e rf. t-i.-...imt.wih.ihi ipipiijiii. mi i .ili.ij. . j i(.miiwmrn.ui i.ji.mian Igmva-kjm -kj -noi r-CTO.-i-.i.j . . tmm .TlJf,,w3i isi arfvasscc. gigaagi Tjwnii" " bw BY CBUGEE & MOGRE. Telegraph (l Register, Pabljsbed every Thursday, Blain StreetJ'BouEionj by CRUGEK & JSIOORE. Subscription for One Yefar, or .Fifty-Two Num- bers, - , ?3. 00 Advertising, ono dollar per square for the first in- , eertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a casonable deduction from the above rates will be made. , Steamboat cards,PoliticaI and Personal communica- tions will bo charged at the same rates as advertising Law on Newspapers. 1. Subscribers rcfao do not give express notice to the con- trary, are considered wishing to continue their subscription. 2.- If subscribers order the discontinuance of their naper. thCiPubHsher msy continue to send them til...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 August 1849

" FRANCE AND ROME. ' 'I SURRENDER OF THE ETERNAL ClTY. The French Legislative Assembly has been the scene of much tur- bulence and recrimination during the past week. The despotic spirit which marked the proceedings of the Government has had the effect or uniting the various sections of the Assembly, not heretofore friendly, into a compact body, operating against the Barrot Minis- try, and in defence of Republicanism. Towards the close of the sitting on Wednesday eveningsome aston- ishment was created among memi'ers by M. Graud- on's declaring auother pest was in preparation. The statement -was, however, so vaguely given by the honorable member that it appeared to have no founda- tion in fact, so that it soon teased to produce any im- pression. On the 4th ult. the Constituent Assembly of Rome, acknowledging that further resistance by arms would be in vain, ceased hostilities, and virtual- ly surrendered the Eternal City to the besiegers. On the 15th an official notification was made...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 August 1849

:-, .'.r11-,'",, "T'i-i.isjiaii,agii6iiMaesi y Market proving satisfactory, Consols closed firm At 92 Bsuk Stocks J9i to J95J; EhtKjqer Hills at from 44 to 47. premium. Money ww abundant, and good bills were readily discounted t 9 to 3$ par cent. Prices are generally firm, both In London and pq Use Continent, oxqepiing perhaps those for Oolom d Produce, and give slugs oJ continued flrmussg, no. tivity aud oonftdanoa. A slight improvement will bo noticed "w tha value ofWbeat, Flour and Cotton, while the statements from the manufecjtijrlng distriots assure us of an extension of operationthere, Nalipn. al Securities hero mora than sustained thoiE firmness through the week, and yet U. 8, Sizes ore quoted ut 0i, New York Fives at 96 to 97, Pennsylvania. Fives at 83 to 83, and Massachusetts Fives at 104 J. BreadstuJTs.- There has-hoor, anadvauoa in 6yery article of Breadstuff esoept Indian Corn, which has declined from Is- to Is. fid. per quarter. Wheat has advanced from Id. to 3d. per 70...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 August 1849

i ff 1 From the Herald and Journal. THE ROAD TO FAME, In former times (I've oft been told,) Such times as g&od 3on"FrantUn know, Wisdom anr "wit "were prized as gold, And. industry -was valued too. Sound common sense "was ionored then, And. cMldren never passed as nieu.. But in our day, our halcyon day, Our day of telegraphs and steam, Acquiring knowledge is but play, It lurketh in the idiots dream. The very babes are wise as vreasles, They take it naturally like the measles.' I scan each name, each noble name, That"cr0wn3 our English literature; I see them mount the hill of Fame, Theytoil, they straggle, they endure; They strive -with tireless energy, THey earn their immortality. -.T Sadly, I'm thinking all the "while, How much of time and strength they wasted, To gain the object of their toil, The glory that they scarcely tasted, Their praises now aresounding free, ' But they are in eternity. TViatity that they had notjknown The modern iray to eminence, For now the trump of Fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 August 1849

IPfclPill iilJHiJP H PSil KPfa Jfe!P& S IPfell A Alii Hip mjr W 4fe 8PiJPtt 4feHHHBflfe - nFMflFRATIl! TfclfrKilPU 1HE1 TPYJlfS DSttSQlTD :- ! TJEI&fIS $3 in aclYsincc. 2ublishetl WeeRly or. $5 at the end oi the yeasr BY CRUGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1849. VOL. XIV. N0.33-WHOLENO:712, ayW wlSffa 1 iiiyp 1 i&ifeiyii iinli ii liy i Hi Jm&B'Wr im-blH'l P 1 ftnEml a; ivscoCT-g ygsnsa-ui immahM. -' i 'Wic h . Kossuth at a Synagogue. It is related of Kossuth that he paid a visit to the Jewish Synagogue at Grosswandem while the Isreal- ites were at prayer. After the service was over, he addressed them in his peculiar style, and requested forgiveness, in the name of the nation, for the unjust acts d.nie and burdens imposed upon their race daring so m my cen- turies; he thanked them for their bravery and devotion to the. public cause, and give them solemn assurance that from henceforth the law would acknowledge no distinctions be- tween individuals based u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 August 1849

- " i;v m MHBiWn bov. and tell him what happened as you ought'Cto be-iid that you will Dromise for Snap that he-shall not get - into any more mischief. You know, Peter, yon -can promise thai; aud again the bright eyes laughed gaily, while a ) dawning smile fitted ever Peter's.doleful features too. Aud nonrJL can stay no longer, ' otherwise I shall be late forschool: bo good-by," Peter: do what I tell you, . and bo happy tomorrow. Aud again the little oue tripped away, turning again, aud waving her hand until the hushes shut her out. By this time it was Good-by, Peler,' instead of 'Good-by, Snip: Peter remained lost in a world of wonder and per- plexity 'at the new line of conduct proposed to him. Shotfdho, could ho follow it; had he any chance of hemgiislened to? No, it cou!d.r3e of no use he never could do it. Thus was ho -deciding, when again the sound of light footsteps made him tufu his head, and iu a moment the little girl blood breathless by his side, with her handon her heart...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 August 1849

N jfe - -3r ? V coidtng to Lieut, Einorjy contains valuable oold mine's. The report that Capt. Murchis- on had found a gold mine east of the moun tains may have originated from the account of the old hunters at El Paso, respecting the gold mines east of the Sierra Nevada. -It is not a littte singular -that parties of miners in California are preparing to. cross the Sierra Nevada to search for'gold in the same direc- tion. We-noticed some time since a repoit published in the St. Louis papers, that valua- ble gold mines had been discovered near the Great Salt Lake in the Great Basin of Fre- mont, and the emigrants from Missouri were so elated with the news that many of them left their wzgons and pushed on with pack mules, so eager were they to reach the newly found mines. It is by no means im- probable that gold will be found as abundant on the Gila and throughout the whole country between the Sierra Nevada and the Rocky Mountains as it is on the westein slope of the Sierra. . Sickxks...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 August 1849

..THE TRUE WIFE. ? Tb death of a- true wife -is -Beautifully drawn in the annexed portrait by Ghanning:" "Her reserve and shrinking delicacy threw a veil over her beautiful character.She-waslit-ileknown beyond her home ; b"ut there she .silently spread aronndierthat soft, pure lightj the preciousness of which" is never fully un- derstood fill iTis 'quenched. -Her calm, gen- tle wisdom, her sweet humility, hersympatliy, whiehVthough tender, was too serene to dis- A&biher clear perception, fitted her to act in- sfinctively, and without the consciousness ,of either party, on his more sanguine, anfrnt mind. She was truly a spirit ot good, diffus- ing a tranqailizing influence mildly to be thought of, and therefore more sure. The blow wh1cli took her from him left a wound "which time could not heal. Had his strength been continued, so thatihe could have" gone from the house of "mourning to the, haunts of pov- erty, he would have escaped for a good part of the day the sense of his ber...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 August 1849

;. ifJn? irk Ki eIUj i- " '" . ' f-.iB iviR1i II SB HI HMfe B3RH3SS ffiR p mm mmmmamkm hihi SI i&4 fea ' Be-3 tOm WLJse m fSaa EMaBI Qfi Bs &m h gsia v. KV Tr, . B w m . X K '.- . V-; -'' - ' 1 b3iblbliilirll 1 Iiil1ll 1 fa flfV Illte,! 1 1 bill fg-ffry gggf (gj E? 3 5i' Tjgj" gj Xb&II"' la m H Es T&11.FI& $3 B5& advance. Published Weekly orS5 at JheTcjje vejt2. BY CRUGEE, & MOO&E. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, AUGIIST 23, 1849. VOL. XIY. NO.34.--WHOLENO.713. v AN EARL? FLOWER. ITT JOSEPH R. CHANDLER. . ' All things are full of God' it fa the language of the heathen poet, it is the language of divine inspira- tion, it is the language of the heart touched with the truths or Nature, and conuecting them with Nature's Author. 'Hill and dale are of thy dressing.' And as I stood in the dale, amid the delicate outpourings of the beauties there, and looking upward to the hills studded with the time marked trees, I said to myself, Here is that volume or truth that speaks...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 August 1849

.- Xi Mg - t" 4 with other delegates in memoralizjng the State Legislature for a Railroad .charter to " run through this State o$ to some-point on the Gulf of Mexico so "as to conqect with the con- templated great Pacific Railroad, and also to appoint delegates- to meet in the Convention Ka-fit'Mem"phi to "urge theclaima of Texas. 1 On motion of John Sayles,Esq. the follow ing resolution was adopted : Resolved, That the Secretary forward a opyflhe foregoing proceedings to the Tex- jnc Ranger and Houston Telegraph and re quest publication of the same. On motion the meeting adjourned sine die. E. D. TARVER, Ch'n. ; -J. H. Ltjsk, Sec'y- "'. Brenham, August 11th, 1849. PLEASURES DERIVED H - From the cultivation of fields and gardens. The cultivation of fioldsand garden is oue of ihe most deligfatful'bf all occupations, und perhaps the only one the toil of which is recompenced with much pleasure. - The greater part of laborious employments confine " man to his shop, or within his house w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 August 1849

$& k cHroish accounts a day later tha those by the prdiiw Baltiqbb, Aii. 7. Boms. One day's later news from Barons has been ro cejvetj. The Frenob government have resolyed to imprison Prince Cj&ixa in Uje Cistta of Ham. The report that'lhe French soldiers, while pursuing two refugees, ejlterpd the house of the Amenr-un t on- isul at Rome, and insulted his wife, is confirmed. Tha Consul -struck his flag, and withdrew from ihu city. HuGARY, Densixski and Gorohjy, having effected a junction encountered an ' donated the Uau of Craiia. Tho gresteel enthusiasm prevails amongst iheHqngariaiiE, uuJ jiy .ire arising en nasse in response to tho call cf Kessuvir. T.IE MRKET3, American securities are firm. Th cotton and com markets rc:uain ver y steady, and previous quotations atre felly supported. THE TRADE BETWEEN HOUSTON AND NEW ORLEANS. 3Tv Editor : Our citizens were gladdened a few days shice by the arrival at our wharf of the steamship E. A. Ogdeu, direct from New Orleans, being t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 August 1849

.- TO MRS. JAMES K. POLK. . BT MRS. .ANN S. STEPHENS cc- t$-J f Lady," had I the -wealth of earth ' To offer freely at thy shrine, Brigh't gold and buds of dewy birth, w Or gems from out the teeming mine, A thousand things most beautiful, All sparklinsr, precious, rich and rare, These -hands -would render up to thee , Thou noble lady, good and fair ! j For as I write, sweet thoughts arise , .. , Of times when all thy kindness lent A thousand hues of Paradise To the fleet moments as they went Then all thy thoughts were winged with licht, ! And every smile was calm and sweet, 3 jAnd thy low tones and gentle n ords Made the warm heart's blood thrill and beat. There, standing in our nation's home, My memory ever pictures thee As some bright dame of ancient Rome, Modest, yet all a queen should be. I love to keep thee in my mind, Thus mated with the pure of old, When love, with lofty deeds combined, Made women great and warriors bold. "When first I saw thee standing there, And felt the pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 August 1849

.'U.-J in 'mi noun gone n ,. ..,,,, , i -i uuuanvmect T&UtZgS $S asa adYasBCC. BY CKUGEE, & MOOBE. " j-u ' irwv .1,' ir .1 II. CHILDHOOD'S HOURS. Amid the blue and starry sky, A group ofHonrs, one even, jiget, as they took their upward flight Into the highest heaven. They all were merry childhood's Hoars, Tnat just had left the earth, Winging their way above the world, That gave to thorn a birth. And they were going up to heaven, With ail that bad been done By little children, good or bad, Since the last rising sun. Aud some had gold and purple wings, Some drooped like faded flowers, And sadly soared to tell the tale, That they were misspent Hours. Some glowed ith rosy hopes and smiles, And some had many a tear ; Others had unkind words and acts To carry upward there. A Bhiniug Hoar, with golden plumes, Was ladeu with a deed Of generous sacrifice, a child Had done for one in need. And one was bearing up a prayer A little child had said, All fall of penitence and love, Vhi!e ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 August 1849

Presidio, wo concluded to goto that place. Dave Tor joy overtook us on the Pecos on a trading expedition to Chibnanua, & from his representation we took Hays' trail to Presidio, Hero we travelled oyer a mountain- onrconntry where water tow scare?, and we did not find particle, oFgosd grass. After leaving the Con chosj the consequence was that all tho American hor- geBwerensednpiin fact nothing bnt njules can stand. euc& a trip, The company from Louisiana which was In company with me, had a number of fine horses which they traded in Presidio for ordinary males. Those that did not trade gave qnt just after leaving Presidio, and in 5 long shed they left spine fine horses. Ona-.mare would command two hundred Hollars inTexas. My team, has stood it remarkably well; my -jrrales are now In good order and will all stand to go to ton diggins. Mules are not to be had in this country, ai.any price, T"1 many of the men will have to stop for want of something to ride, The whole Qf tho Lou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 August 1849

jjfftesty i& ?io!s(to fif our law sn4 suf trpsiy fiWiKa- tiQH4t' thAf- Hiey wiil thfly PHbiMt ihpne1 la Jlputy" pefilHsSi prnijpqnM flgB8i ihsRJ 17 0"r os af Gpngrf, and. wi( forfeit tliF ojsiiri tp ftp jinHpe tffiR af ihf !F5iqntiyi Nq HUGh pPFSflR IBB6.- o-jneof tjifl JBkFferpHee of ii-i? Geverpinect in any f&m to thsir- fc?btr, n. rniKp? fp whet eterniies they roay '? f?dneed in essfigBSP of &lr pfiRdne p'nd enter- To liwada tho territories, of arrjcndjy afign, a pro- mpt, bp pj foal and prssesufefj within l!ie '!-;? of the URite4 Statpp, is jRthphigbfEt degrcj: crimiql, ap tending to endanger the psucs and compromise tjo honor of tftip nation , and thorofpra nil good citizens, as hoy regard our national reputation ; as lijey respect their OVP44 iaws and the laws ofpations; as tliey yalnp the blessings 0 peace 3nd the Welfare qf their ocnntry Wljl discountenance spd prevent, hy all lawful means, jy such enterprise, J thersforo pall npen ov?ry pfh- profthis Government,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 August 1849

JUDGEJMcLEA&'S LETTER. . Cincinnati, Jlpril 10, 1849. Dear Sir. -Whilst I consider myself i honored by the Board of Officers and Managers of the American Sunday- school Union, in being placed nominally at their head, I cannot repress a fear that, in accepting the position, I may stand in the way of some one of higher r merit and of greater usefulness. .The more I reflect upon Sabbath Schools, the more deeply am I impress- ed with their importance. Education without moral training may increase national knowledge, but it will add nothing to national virtue. By a most intelligent and able report, made some years ago by Guizot, it appeared that in those departments of France where ed- ucation had been most advanced, crime was most common. And, by later re- ports, it is shown that in Prussia, Scot- land and England, where the means of education has been greatly increased, especially in Prussia and Scotland, criminal offeuces have increased. Ma king due allowance for the growth of pop...

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