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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 September 1849

TJE1UKS- S3 in advance. Published Weekly. op $5 at the end of the yeai BY CRUGEE, & MOORE. HOUSTON, THUBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1849. VOL, XIV. NO.36.--WHOLENO.715. Telegraph and Register, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CR.TTGER fc MOORE. teems: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, - $3. 00 Advertising, one 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 and others advertising by tho year, a easonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards,PoIitical and Personal communica- tions will be charged at the same rates as advertising Law on Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice lo the con- trary, are considered wishing to continue their subscription. H. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, the publisher may continue to tend them till all that is due be paid. 3. Jf subscribers neglect or refuse to tak...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 September 1849

- . i -5?- ':V-ir$fj.5U. v ! '. r5T--53:t7 Ypolyzagh. There is a force ol.do.UUU regulars ana a lams body oi levies under Bern and Perczel, on the, banks of the Thciss, and Bem!has-left a large corps' for the dofence of Transylvania. - ' Magyar Government in a Steamboat. Tho en- thusiasm of, the Magyars increase daily. The ec- clf siastices cause to he carried before them a colossal red stford, ared cross, and a largo flag, with this in- scription, "D aih to the Russians and Austriaus!" on it, inljI'Hc letters. These processions grcntly excite the people.- Theseat ofthe Magyar Government is at Szekezara and Beja, in a steamboat, which ascends or descends tho river as circumstances may require, and which 's provided witli cannon for its defence. Xossoath has fcaid that on his fete day he will disem- bark in this boat at Pesth. Ho formerly made eup.1i a promise, and he-kept his word. Turkish Assituncc. The Deutsche AhVemetue Zeiianghcs letters from Constantinople of the 11th i lust., ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 September 1849

New York Politics. - The Convention of Hunkers and Barnburners at Rome, hare failed to effect a compromise, and have adjourned. LYING TAUGHT TO CHILDREN. A spirited writer in the Annals of Educa- tion, specifies several ways in which the art of lying is taught. It is taught in families and in schools. Lies are told to children by hundreds and thousands long before they can speak. This may be done by looks and ac- tions, as well as by words. All deception, in view of the writer, is lying and undoubtedly be is oorrect. How much lying, then, must be in the -world. We will give two or three examples, illus- trative of the ways in which lies are told to children, and by which they are taught to lie. "You have something on your table, or a- bout your person, which your child manifests a desire to obtain. You tell him it is not fit ior him, or attempt to conceal it. How long will it be before he will take anolherjdegree in the same craft, and attempt to deceive you in words? It is but a st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 September 1849

SJ giPISSsSasi-teSrfa! ,THE. ART OF BOOK-KEEPING. BY THOMAS HOOD- How hardshell those who do not wish ,To lend, thus loso their "books, Are snared by anglers, folks that fish With literary hooks, Who call and take some favorite tome, But never read it through ; ' They thus complete their set at home, By making one at you. I of my '-Spenser" quite bereft, Last winter sore was shaken; Of -'Lamb' I've but a quarter left, Nor could I save my "Bacon;"5 And when I saw my "'Crabbe"1 at last, Like Hamlet, backward go ; And, as the tide was ebbing fast, Of course I lost my lEowc.' jtfy 'mallet"' served to knock me down, Which makes me thus a talker; And once when I was out of town, My -'Johnson"' proved a '-Walker.' While studying o'er the fire one day, My Eobbes amidst the smoke, They bore my -'Colman" clean away, And carried off my '-Coke.'" They picked my -Locke," to me far more Than urainali s patent worth, And now my losses I deplore. "Without-a '-Home"' on earth. - If once a book you l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 September 1849

wuywam ,r, niiuwwissJwsU-y TI2IVWS 3 in aelraucc. Published Weekly, or $5 at the end oi Hie year BY CfiUG-ER & MOOKE. HOUSTON, THUKSDAY, SEPTEMBEJB-T-3, 1849. V.OL. XIV. Ma37.-WHOLEWO.716, ry r ii'tvsTrii " Telegraph and Register, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, Iy C11T7GER &, MOORE. c- T terms: i Subscription for Ono Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, $3. 00 Advertising, ouc 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 and others advertising by the year, a oasonable deduction from the above rates will be ruade. - Steamboat cards.Politlcal and Pcrsonalcommuuica- tions will be charged at the same rates as advertising Law on Newspapers. J. Subscribers. who do not give express notice to the con- trary. areouiiJcrcJ willing to continue their siiWrij tion. ". .If sabscribsrs order the discontinuance i.f their papers, the publisher maj continue to sc.idil.cn till uUtlmt ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 September 1849

& yjtvr a y& - "", ", Anther of mercies. I remember how sh'e'naftied 'each name, and commended us to the restraining providenciT andthegracious love of oar Loraancl Saviour. Wo BeemecT to feel that something ilewiau happened to us, andthat we were Blanding upon higher and more re sponsible ground than we had ever done before. A d J their, with what patience did-she carry out her princi- ples I "Ah!" said Ma53isouhe other da, "itwas sawing'wood lha"t maa,e,me" m Now Madison's duty, onetime, consisted fn f&wing eleven sticks of wood every morning, which duty he thoroughly hated ; not thai s"a wmg "was 6 very bad but, working was; he Would rather loringe upon the green. It was very i ypPlq be, in hisslimatiou, cither too n arm, or too cold j o"iJt6tpleasattf to work, or too bad some way or other unless, hrfieBU, a troop of boys were around to inspire j hurr. Thepreseuce of Philip or JameGiles was quite ' iluiispeusable to a, steady sawing7 tohelp him or ad- mire him, or ra ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 September 1849

V The steam ship Galveston on her last trip from La Vaca to New Oileans, took over .about sixty head ofcattle. The deck of this vessel has been fitted so that four or five hundred Jiead may be taken on board and conveyed to New Orleans wi'hout suffering in "the least for want of ventillation. Mournful Accidem". An interesting little child aged about seven years, the eldest son of Mr. C. Enni of this city, was accidentally scalded so severely on Wednesday the 5th inst , that he died the following day. The little boy -was playing with hib kite, and while running backwards with it, fell into a large kettle of boiling water, -which had been set out in the vard for washing chothes. The distress of his afflicted parent is overwhelming, and can better be imagined than described. The steamer Brazos has been detained ac a ehool about fifteen miles above Richmond for fccveral days. She was Returning from Valasco to Washington, but owing to the low stage of water, she will probably be compelle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 September 1849

?tnriiptimG iumiMrnpu'jwi-K tRr -3 - !W IS- . !- iw ; "T SfcJtSj.- SC2intSS 0NT THE UPPER ITLE. JBlackwood's jIagvzme3 -in-?areyiew of Werne'd 'ISarrative of a Voyage Sp theNile,' ' furnishes' the following description of sonie"'of theotrang scenes passed through t We cannot conceive few things more excite ing than such a voyage as Werue has accom- plished and recorded. Starting from the outposts of civilization, he sailed into the very heart of Africa, up a stream whose upper wa- ters then, for the first time, were furrowed by vessels larger than a savage s canoea stream of'BUch gigantic proportions that its width, at u thousand miles from the sea, gave it the aspect of a lake rather than a river. The Irate creation were in proportion to the magnitude-6rthe water course. The hippopota- mus' reared his huge snout above thessurface, and wallowed in the gullies that. Ion either bund run down to" the stream; enormous cioco- diles gaped along the shore; elephants played . in herds upon ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 September 1849

r Vk h UK ma Kivvs jam ra e tzx - wa cm -a .-37sa rr pm pt fl ihi Mq ti ft-ca era. em ra Ksn ezh tewi n-dt ca arfe-i irf m r bu p?i em canur vi hb mrHk tear" m ibb whi wte mhbbbm hsh bbbi , IJLJMI'IIII ESaajaill -r.w-- t. t. i, ..ULf- ir... -. r.,.. , .onT.rfa Ul M ; JTVr .1L1 Hf HPirilU 't' ' I IMF JTH.T It I1- ' "JV nfTW.I.U'.iU'ilWhggBT'JrWLVU r " "J"J --LJ -1-1' wu.jiimjiu ,jl,..t-, cijwi - . - - - - -. - - TJEIGJISS $3 in advance. I?uhlisned Weekly or $5 at the ed 1 the year at v ' , . ...,.. . - i . - . - - - , - w - iwfcAii ! iw.iii r.iw - - " - m j . raawm TTTwnniiiiiM n i J " "' EY GRUGER & MOORE. Telegraph and Register, published etery Thursday, Main Street, Houston3 by . CItUGEli fc"J!IOOKE. - ' ' TEfiJIffT Subscription for Ono Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bersr - ' $3. 00 'Advertising, ouo dollar per square for tho first in- sertion, and fifty cents for each Bubsequentinserlion TTenJines or less to constitute a square. To Merchauts and others advertising by the year, a ea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 September 1849

s creased tho ferment of the country; aud after an earnest protestation by tho diet, Kossuth was released under the general amnesty of 1840, granted by Count Mailalh, the successor of Palfy. In tho following year ho commenced the editorship of the PestiHirlap, the first liberal news- paper published In Hungary ; and he became the cen- tre for the liberal party, all of tho leaders of which rallied ground him with tho exception ofSzechenzi, whoso policy as we have seen, was to promote mato- riaLrefornis. Owing to 6ome misunderstandings a- mongst themembersaf his parly, Kossuth reliuquish- edlits cbmioctioa 'with the Journal in 1844, and for fwo years devAa Kgiself to educational and other re- forms, establishing during that period a gratuitous school for apprentices, an industrial union, lectures on natural philosophy, chemistry, and mathematics and competition for the promotion of the industrial arts. In 1847 he was elected deputy for the Komitat of Pesth by a splendid majority ; and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 September 1849

k moro respect lor their calling than to deny the statement of the editors of Texas, upon the vague authority of irresponsible and ignorant letter writers, who are as little acquainted with the situation of our western frontier as they are respecting the frontier of Oregon or California. If the Government at Washing, ton will not credit the statements of respecta- ble citizerjs of Texas, aud continues to refuse to furnish adequate protection to our frontier, the State Government will certainly assume the responsibility and punish the savages so effectually, that the General Government will be enabled to withdraw its regular troops from the frontiers of Texas, to engage in the the terrible struggle with the remnant of Sem- inoles in Florida. A snag boat belonging to the State of Louis- iana has been for some time engaged in the Sabine. The river will be cleaned out at the ex- pense of Louisiana, as far as the 32nd degree of north latitude, and the citizens of Eastern Tex- as intend t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 September 1849

-'t- For the T. W. Banner. LINES, Suggested on reading nn Account of General Jackson's Death, v J BYHEV. STEPHEN S. DAVTES. " Know ye not that there is a prince, and a great man fallen this day in Israel.'' 2 Saml., in c, 38 v. Columbia, Columbia ! in mourning he clothed, Thy hero is dead the great and the hold; Go-5veep by the cypress, the willow alone, Thy warrior, thy statesman, thy christian is gone! In the bloom of his boyhood, the red cloud of war, Spread its mantle of fire, o"er America fair; And tyrants were crossing the deep rolling ware, Invading the rights of the true and the brave. HiiTbosom was fired with patriotic zeal, His arm was the nerve of his country's bright weal; Tho" young as he was, his might he then gave, His country to rescue, hi& codcry to save. When years of manhool had around him Tolled, . The olive tree waved with blessings untold ; O'er the country the hope, the pride of his youth. Now the brightest, the greatest nation on earth. The. .'stars' and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 September 1849

TJB&JIS $3 in advance. Published Weekly. or $5 at the end ol the yeas BY" CRUGER & MOOUE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1849. VOL. XIV. NO.39.--WHOLENO.718. V Telegraph and Register, Published every Thursday, JJIain Street. Hou&ton, by CRUGER s illOORE. TEEMS: Subscription for Ono Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, S3- 00 Advertising, oue dollar per square for the first in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion Ten linos or less to constitute a square. To Mcrchauts and others advertising by the year, a easouable deduction from the above rates will be made. Stea'iiboat cards,Political and Personal communica- tions will bo charged at the same rates as advertising Law on Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the con- trary, arc camidercd wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order tbe discontinuance of their papers, the publisher may continue to send them till all that is due be naid. 3. Tf subscribers neglert or ref...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 September 1849

Edwia could see no way in which he could withdraw from the family of Mr. Darlington, without betraying his secret, unless he were to leave the city at the same time- He, therefore, sought and obtained the situa- tion of supercargo in a vessel loading for Valparaiso. When Edwin announced this fact to Mr. Darling- ton, the merchant was greatly surprised, and appeared hurt that the young man should take such a step witn- out a word of consultation with him. Edwin tried to explain ; but, as he had to conceal the real truth, his explanation rather tended to make things appear worse than better. Kate heard the announcement with no less sur- prise than her father. The thing was bo sudden, so unlookcd for, and, moreover, so uncalled for, that she could not understand it In order to tako away any pecuniary reason for the step he was about to take, Mr. Darlington, after holding a long conversat.on with Edwin, made him offers far more advantageous than his proposed expedition could be to him, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 September 1849

en K The Island of Cuba. This Isluud is 624 miles iu extreme leng.h, with a width Taking from 22 to 117 miles, and covers an area of 37,000 square miles, be- ing about the size of the Stato of Maine. It contains a population, at the present time, of 1,400,000 ; of which about 710,000 are whites; 190,000, are free colored, and 600,000 slaves. Its imports in 1S47, were $32,389,119, of which 7,049,975 were from the United Stales. Its t-xporlsduriugthesameperiod wens $27,993,770, of which 12,331,870 were to tlio Uuited States. In 1847, the number of arrivals at its ports were 3,740, and the number of olearciices 3346. Its principal harbors are the finest iu the- world. Tho amount or American tonuage employed in tic trade with Cuba is 476,473 tons. It has 195 miles of rail- road completed and in successful operation, and 61 miles in course of construction. It-is well watered by numerous rivers, and its surface, except iu tho tcutral portion" of the Island, diversilicd with mountains. Onl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 September 1849

t i l - ' i feMeggg? From the Wesleyan Banner. THE GREAT SPIRIT L1AD, OR THE HAUNTED WOOD. Some time in the falKof 1830, or -winter of ' 1831, there appeared in the city of San Antonio about 30 Shawnee Indians, with a few squaws, as supernumeraries to the expedition, under the chief Mad Bear. The object of this visit to San Antonio was to make some arrangements with the government about their homes on Red River It became necessary for them to delay sometime to obtain an answer to their enquiries from Mon- clova. During this delay the warriors retired into the mountains to recruit in provisions, leaving the squaws in possession of their campi, fearing nothing from Mexican or American But during their absence, the insolent, self-conceited, and unconquered wild Commanches " made an expedition to San Antonio as was usual; and supposing none dare oppobe them, a& had been the case previous, for th eir usual custom was to ride into the Alamo, and command the officers to take their hord...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 October 1849

" "" gaHaM-r.iML m i iF'umt-iwMi. . . t -.. .i. nai mini n n-tu-rtr 1 1 .tfJU'Ji nnrr :j muA.inr7v.f nujj.m'JiiTTi nrAJW.TLw'yiTi'fjr'flirr mi ifiBLV.ULiL'i.LLii,1! ivur twji i.m, WfcjTirurrT r . , ;m uwif am u.-.t,il,l.MBBM loa"! BsaaBBBi iFTfi Bnei 2!ffiJRSS,-S3 in advaBscc. Published Weekly or 5 at the end oiT'tfce year BY CU fJGEE, & MOOE.E. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1849. VOL. XIV. NO.40.--WHOLENO.719. Telegraph and Register, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by cr.tjger. &. moore, terms: Subscription for Oiio Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, .83- 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 tho year, a easonablo deduction from tho above rates will be made. Steamboat cards,Political and Personal communica- tions will be charged at the same rates as advertising: Law on Newspapers. 1. Subscribers wlio do not give...

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

l to the act charged against him, by a direct insult from the complainant, and only sentenced him to a fine of 200 frances. M. Ledru Hoilin had returned to Paris, determined to stand his trial for the events of the 13th of June, in which he was implicated. . ' The London Times announces the death of tfeh0 met Ali, which event took place on the August, at Alexandria. His body was interre on the 4th -a tne new alabaster, mosque built by 'lUl3Beifin the citadel. :r i T-,er' yu told us yur is 'was a good- PJcefor hunting; now we've tramped tk'agh it for three hours, and found no game." , . - "Just so well, I calculate as a general thing 'the less game there is the more hunting you have.; The odor of turpentine is a deadly poison to -moths and their gruhs. A few pieces of paper smeared slightly with turpentine, and placed in drawers, where furs and woolens are kept, will completely prevent the ravages of the above named destructive insects. The Hungarian Generals. Georgey is a tall, fine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 October 1849

' great excitement, and is supposed to be a movement in concert with the friends of Santa Anna on the borders ofthe Rio Grande. Tfce Government up to the last advices was making extensive preparations of defence in tho cities along the coast. The Chamber of Deputies has terminated the discussion on the new tariff) which will doubtless soon become a law. The2'rosin the recent elections had gain- ed the advantage. Antigua, a locality of the Stale' of Vera Cruz, has been inundated, in consequence of the heavy rains. The rush of waters was so rapid as scarcely to give the inhabitants time to fly. Tho Government of Vera Cruz had made an appeal to public philanthropy to aid the sufferers." FROM CALIFORNIA. Baltimore, Friday September 14. 4 r. m. The steamship Empire City, recently arrived at New York, with dates from San Francisco to the 3d of August, the day ton which the California left that port, brought 11,001) letters to tho States. The Empiro City leaves again for Chagres to-morrow ...

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

UE.jr - From the Boston Recorder. ON THE DEATH OF A MISER. A PABODT. Who shall weep when the wealthy die Who shall mourn "when the rich depart ? When the soul of the miser away shall fly, Who shall lay tho loss to heart He has gone to the dust, with the dead to dwell; Relaxed his grasp on the golden ore ; The needy poor of his avarice tell, But he grinds the face of the poor no more! Ye Trfio worship a golden god, Who hend to Mammon the supple knee, And who in the miser's path have trod, And deemed it an honor like him to be. Hope in your silver, trust in your gold, Bow down in their worship and pour your prayer; But your idle Gods, when your hearts g row cold Shall leave your souls in lone despair. . The good, who hoardeth no worldly dross The good, who neer denies the poor, He shall suffer no final loss, He shall hav e riches for evermore. But the miser shall utterly pine away, Stripped at death of his idols all ; He shall be poor in the judgment day, Yet never a tear for bis fate...

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