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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 January 1850

--" . TElZiiJIti-$ in advance. Publisheil Weekly or $5 at the easd ot the yeasr,. BY CRUGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1850. YOL. XV. NO. 4.--WHOLE NO. 735 Telegraph and Register, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CttUGEK. &. MOORE. teems: ubscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, S3. C(. Advertising, ouo dollar per square for the first in- sertion, aud iifty cents for each subsequent insertion Gou lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants aud others advertising by the year, a euso nubia deduction from tho above rates will be made. C "- Rtea.raboatcards,Political and Personal commuuica- tious will be charged at the same rates as advertising Law on Newspapers. 1. Subscribers vrho do not give espre notire to tbe con- trary, nrc considered w:Iiiii to contimie their subscription. :2. If subacribor) order the discontinuance of llieir jnieis. the nubiuher may continue lo send them till all that U due be naii. 3. If subscribers neglect...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 January 1850

f?r' At fr i ' t" 1 3 ,- jc a v TEE TRIAL BY'CAIMAN., 3T PEBCT B. ST. JOHN. ' - Certain philosophers of the last century dis coveredrthaFsavage life -was preferable to oivll- "fcation, and regretted in pathetic tones the un- happy condition of those nations which have made any progress in the arts of life. These ad- mirers of what is-very absurdly called a state of nature could never have visited Madagascar, or-even have wandered thither in imagination, wafted; on tfiemagic chariot of the pen. Had tneyd6ne.so, I doubt if they would have de- "Dlbred the demoralizing effects of civilization xipon a primitive people. Madagascraities whether Malagaches, or Antancars, orBelsimsa--ftaes. or of ther numerous tribes are in truth 'primitive. They go nearly naked, they allow a plurality of wives, they believe in charms, they delight in war, ihey adore birds and animals, they kill children born in an unlucky hour, they bury a largo quantity of ready money with every rich man, and never dig it ...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 January 1850

- 5r v-v"- ' M6 THE TELEGRAPH. EDITED BY FRANCIS MOORE, Jr. Houston, Tlmsrday, January 24, 1850. The Steamer Palmetto, Capt. Smith, arrived - at Galveston on the 20th inst., and brought dates from New Orleans to the 18th inst., with about one hundred and fifty passengers. The cotton market sgain exhibits a favorable aspect. On the 14th, the day after the recep- tion of the Canada's news in New York repre- . senting an advance of 1-4 of a penny a pound in Liverpool, prices advanced in the .New York market 1-4 to 1-5 cent. Fair upland was quo- ted in the New York market on the lGth, at 13 3-4 to 14 cents. TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES. ARRIVAL OF THE CANADA. jl ' Fifteen Days Later From Europe. Alvance on Cotton Inmrrertion in Servia- Probable war between R'tstia and Tarky. Baltimore, Jan. 14. The steamship Canada, which left Liverpool on the 29th ult., arrived to day at Halifax. Liverpool Market. Cotton has advanced one fourth of a penny " on g2neril descriptions, since the departure of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 January 1850

r BivcmcEsra Connecticut. A clerical gentlemim of Hartford attended the House of Representatives last -spring to read prayers, and being politely requested to remain seated near Ihe speaker during the debate, he found himself thcspectator of an unmarfying pro- cess, so alien to his -vocation, and-so charac- teristic of the Legislature of Connecticut, that the result was the following IMPROMPTU. Addressed by a Priest to the Legislature of ' t Connecticut. For cutting all connections famed, Conned-i-cut Is fairly named! I twain cqnAecl in one, but-you Cut those whom I connect in two. Each Legislature seems to say, What you coxnect-i-cut away. D:" D.'s. The degree of D. D. has been conferred on no less "than thirtyythree clergy- men, by the various colleges itf the United States, the present year. - CREEK PHILOLOGY". We. observe that Colonel Pinckett, in an extract from his MS. History of Alabama, published in tba Advertiser and Gazette, spellb the name Tallasse3, 4' Talissc." Tallage ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 January 1850

i. f-v "yyi-fna r. - . ' . . -. - TIIJ?IS 8 in advance. Published Weekly or $5 at the entloi tlseryeair . - - i BY CRUGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, JAJNUARY 31, 1850. YOL. XY. NO. 5.--WHOLE NO. 736 !Vfr,r"1 " 4" -''i ' a IP IllliPsi H H feril MM Ilia, n is IP '11 Hn HH Hp IFia MM Hllll H H Hi Jsk fll Zl K SP 111 m 9 HP Wnm mMm,mmmmMmWm &&k B IIJ 1 lllM 1101 IMiPil 13 m H lliliBJi 1 Us. &INf8Ll B a IL-BJb WLM E Wmmm .1 ;jjmjji ps. l mniii't Telegraph, and Register, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston by csuger 6:. moore. terms: u'jjsriptioa for Oue Year, or Fifty-Two Kum- bers, 83- 00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the first in sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion Gou lines or loss to constitute a square. To Morchanls and others advertising by the year, a oasonable deduction from tho above rates will be made. Rteamboatcards,Political and Personal communica- tions will bo charged at the same rales as advertising Law on Newspapers....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 January 1850

fc bellys, it is about 25 miles North, of the Gov ! eminent crossing. The grass is good ihe whole distance. Mr. Coon arrived a few days since, accompanied with Clem. How- ard and xeported -two men -killed, and 150 mules lost out of his train of 275 he is al- so a trader The two men reported killed, have since come in, NOT KILLED.J Mr. Howard was slightly wounded in the arm. The whole Santa Fe trade must come this way, it- cannot be helped, these two large traders are hut the forerunners oTwhatisto come. . They are men of enterprise and intelli- gence and of 'the ajo-ahead kind ; I have intro- duced Mr. "Aubery to Maj. Neighbors, who said he obtained valuable information from him. The people of Santa Fe; areJn their feel- ings, 'hostile -to tbeTexians, and so long as there is -adoubt of action" "on the part of the General Gove rodent," or a show of the -same to exercise jurisdiction over that country- they will remain hostile to the Texians; ihis is the general opinion of these, gent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 January 1850

ihe first chapter of Genesis, that God created man in his own image, in the image of God ereatad he him ; male and female created he them ?" Whence came the rebellions spirit in beings, formed in the image of God, to tempt them 2 Any of our readers may satis- fy themselves of the utter absurdity of Major Noah's opinion of the serpent, by reading the third chapter of Genesis through, substituting inward suggestion for serpent in every ins- tance of its occurrence. We mil give an oxample : And the -woman said, The inward sawirestioa beguiled nie and I did eat. And the Lord God said unto the inward sugges- tion, Because thou hast done this, thou art cursed above all cattle, and above every beast of the field ; upon thy belly shalt thou go, and dust shalt thou eat all the days of thy life. We have seen several other opinions of Major Noah equally absurd' as the one we liave controverted. They will not bear the test of the crucible. j THE TELEGRAPH. EDITSD BY FEANCIS MOORE, Jr. Houston, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 January 1850

'-V 3- 'K . t SECOND GENERAL EPISTLE FROM THE LATTER DAY SAINTS. The Second General Ejiistle issued by the Church of the. Latter; Day Saints at the Salt Lake Valley to the "Saints scattered through- out the earth," ghes a detail of the condition of the society, at home .and abroad, and in general embraces every thing that may be supposed to be of interest to the members of the church. The crops are represented to have been very fine and it is stated that they have not only enough for theraselues, but for their brethren on the way, until the next bar- vest. They have decided on forming a city or town at Brownsville, forty miles to the 'North, and at Utah, sixty miles to the south of Salt Lake City, at which settlements haJ been made. Sand Pitch Valley is designated as another place for location. The Council House baths at the warm Spring House, an extensive stone house and grauary, were all in progress of erection. They had devised a plan for raising a perpetual fund, to assist the "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 February 1850

vtf-'V31 ' r "- Tt3g-$8 iaft acLvnsEce. BY CRJJGER & MOORE. Telegraph and Register, Published every Thursdays Main Street, Houston, by CR.TTEIt MOOUE. T E B. M : S&rirjiioa for One You:, t.r Fii'u Two Num bers, - . - - - - - 83. ou Advertising, one dollar pr Fqnarc for the first in sbrtiou, and fifty cents to.- cadi subsequent insertion G;n lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a easonabla deduction from the above ;atcs will be made. Rloamboat cards, Political and Personal communica- tions will he charged at the same rates as advcit'tsjng """-. Law on Newspapers. 1. .Subscribers-who do net ive express nrf" 'i trrv, are considered wMiin; titcosiiuuc tlieirfi - : rf-Miibiyibsxa ordiir-lis-itiiiCua,.i"U'u:y-''- th5 aab;i!ier uiiiv coatiuuc tc ssnd tliera till ell thu ws,- i i!:ie ho piM. ... X If sn'oscribars -?ioct r reaisc to take :::' j.ir from till tEw tj u-!ii-i. fiev nrc ilnectci!. tbovarc . 1 rsjion Milk tit! tVjy Save sct...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 February 1850

' jfgy-i' "-p- -"T"'""V T" Lj&f y " - w k if r" r open up tho indostry of all the countries of the world, and produce snch a term of unbroken prosperity as no lifo time of auy individual can know. IF tho gold of California produces tho same effect otvGreat Britam as thetiches of Mexico and tho gold of Pern did, it will answer all my expections, and verify all- my predic- tions. " Queen Adelaide. The unfeigned hu- mility ofthedate Queen Dowager of England is strongly exhibited in the following direc- tions, -written by herself, in regard to herbu- rial : - "I die in all humility, knowing well that w are all alike before the Throne tof God, ai. I request, therefore, that my mortal remain be conveyed to the grave, without an-, puis -or state. They are to "be removed to S- George?s Chapel, Windsor, where I reque- to have as private and quiet a funeral as po- , sible. 4,I particularly desire not to be laid out i state, and the funeral to take piace by day light; no procession, the eo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 February 1850

&&&?TCIS3k-?' fS55SS5S?s5?5r54 are almost always sunlit t v; eclat to lit- erary performances of she highest pretensions. Sydney .Smith says that scarcely any- one Bhort of an angel can keep up the interest of an audience in declamation for more than twenty minutes on a stretch ; but. although, on this occasion, tho scene and the speaker did not change, such was the variety of the matter offered, and ihe pleasing transition 'from grave to gay, 'from thoughtful to severe,-' that the attention of the audience was undiminished to th last. Although hi first appearance, Maj. S. acquitted hii;jeli like a man accustomed to matters of this kind. lis enunciation isdi-tnict and clear ; his v..:c siro"-and susceptible of easy unidulusion. and in look and gesture he not unirequeiuly exhibiit&l the bearing of ihe pracliceJ orator. Civilian. A pretty large audience were last eveving' en- tertained at the Tremont for nearly two hours bytbe-Orig'nal Headings"' of Maj. J. V. Sim- mon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 February 1850

r8$-T .9tMF ?t5!!? & . -' r - Washington Cits- Correspondence OF THE HERADDv AND JOURNAL. Washington National Monument Its LTis- torylis.rProgressBs Cost lis Materi- al. Washington, Dec. 20, 1849. This magnifident -work is becoming a con- ' 'spicuous object to the eye's of strangers visi- ting the capitol of the United States. It has long been the wish of the American people n tmv enmp nnlilft rnnnunient to the memo ry of Washington. As early as 17S3 Csn- gress adopted a resolution in favor" of such a plan, tyuicu was also approveu ut uv me auu- seqaent action of that body. Stillit was not commenced. In TSOifa society -was formed at this, me- tropolis, to construct a national monument, by voluntary contributions, and upon "a scale commensuratewith fie. virtue and ability of -the character thus held up as a iaod?l of all future generations. Chief Justiss .Marshall was elected the tv.st President of this Asso- ciation. In the years 1S33 G the contribu- tions had amounted to about ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 February 1850

X: I tar?- T - J, :-Stsjftrs"-' "C. .5e v : 1 1 t-' f"! -? v vS : . -tghJB,&ifS S iia advnsBCc. Sublis1iel 11 'eclily . oi $5 sit the end ot ilie year jk BCRLTGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1850. VOL. XY. NO. 8.--WHOLE NO. 739 ; : - -- r ?-ra - " lSR $S&$fP& S IF llni ilirl FftR iii II Pal! Ira IFlp nI Sa ins HkPnBi SHfIni A--. ;- si gi. ia g& mm m m mm- m ku $ &, g ioo ms s & w itsa m. aij e gb k - - raHSl 3 fl ? if (3 a S3 f! jl m ill -PI P PI lll-iTM Jill ii PTr libiaraliilJi I P kBLK HTa a BOi i fills H llla .- 'P'SIS eF a is is W' ta tcaes mai im SI3 sata tesas m ieaa vs'r s mussmM es ib bbs . , - aapre" -fim - ipi. iLmyff-Tnr "nf "Jwi iii.....j. rriiiir A'agj.wnniw" f .- ict.im ii i wrrTirrn J" ' '-IBBBOBBaBBar . r'" TTanncr.i mirt fcg. i in imiiniwiMwif .u ti mhiif ar-fci a w f n nwiow rTK MaaaaM J - ij i - - - . . l, j jifm-im-;rjwr.tw f,'". Jr -i SCI- .& Telegrapli and Register, " '" '"aLlished every Thursday, Main Street, Houst...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 February 1850

r s?-v- r. g :? CALIFORNIA ITS GOVERNMENT, &c. ""-. 'The following Messasro from the President of tho United States, relating lo the Government ofCalifor-1 . nia aud New-Mexico, was laid before the House 01 -V '.Representatives on Monday, 21st ulu To the House of Representatives of the United States: ' - -I transmit to the House of Representatives, in an.- : Bwerto a resolution of that body, passed on the ,31st - ofDecember last, tho accompanying reports of heads " of departments, which contain all the official informa- tion iu the possession of the Executive asked for by the resolution. . On coming inlo office, I found the military corn- - mandant-of the department of California exercising thefunclionsof civil governor in that territory; and left, as I was, to act uuder the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, without the aid of any legislative provision established a government iu that territory, I thought it best not to disturb that arrangement, made under my predecessor, until Congr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 February 1850

-t -w-- T SI?' 3V. 1 PT" Iudianola. About twenty of the troops died soon after they landed. No cases occurred among the citizens. Crevasse. Another crevasse has occur- red below Algiers on the West bank of the Mississippi, and has inundated several plan tations, including that of Gen. La Coste. The CohpeomiseBills. We notice that all the propositions presented to Congress to compromise the great questions which are agitated between the North and South, con- tain provisions for the dismemberment of Texas. The bills of Senators Benton and Foote are similar in this respect, that both provide for the formation of new States in the territo- ry claimed by Texas, but while Mr. Foole admits that the claim of Texas to the Santa Fe territory is valid, Mr. Benton denies her right to any portion of New Mexico, but at the same time offers to pay her for any claim she may have upon it. Mr. Clay in his bill makes a similar proposition. It would ap- pear from this that these gentlemen and their fri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 February 1850

-(S " 1W '"- S -V a I at & j I. IK -?a i Z-. "Sfet Ci t V r ; , ! f -SV "fri- " V-B S B3 . r- !i ' i -I- ibi4?!aiters and Fajnilies, XN T2a&s; A "LLi rollowinsarticlosaretoldonly-in Houston or win i-,ii J-lior. Koucm ana - rouei; wm ., - -j other house m Houtton Beware of tlie counterfeitarticle. A VJ TO THE LADIES. . . . !Jrhe Gennine Balm of Colombia, forUcstoring the Hair. ".Long hair is a glory to oman," says Paul, am 2 , And all fpellhe truth of the pious quotation; Jr tt,r reterveiHhen,bdie your glory may fall, J "vtTnless you protect it with this preparation. ?v '. ilftyou wisfi.- rich, luxuriant head of hair, 0e from dandrufl and scurf, do not fail to procure the genuine Balm of Columbia. w -In cases of baldness it will more than exceed your expectations. LMany who Tuue lost their hair for twenty years haveliad it res " tored to Uie original perfection y the use of this Balm. Age k state or oirditit n nppean. to ha no obstacle whatever; it Jtlso , Jv J -'cause th fn ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 February 1850

JPublishetl Weekly. or $5 at the end of f lie year 2TIi?l 3 ia adv.-mcc. BY CRUGER & MOORE. -n,.i ' "" '" -"Jg" Telegraph and Register, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CK.TJGEK. Si MOORE. terms: inscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, S. 00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the first in sorlion, and fifty cents rbr each subsequent insertion Gou lines or less to coustitule a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a easonabla deduction from tho above rales will bo made. lliostmboat cardsPolitical aud Persoualcommunica- ions will bo charged at tho same rates as advertising Lasr on Nswspapezs. 1. Subscribers vho do not give express nctit e to the con- trary, nre considered wishing to continue their subscription. 2 If subscriber! order tlie discontinuance of their papers, ' thepublisher may continue to send them till all that is due be P 3 " If subscribers neglect or refuse to take I heir pajiers frorn the office to which they arc d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 February 1850

'sP- - - fc ' : ' t. ,L . '" ' -i J 2fc:-. hi ;,- &- . iSftje u i .. .0 i? - ttii. q K- rJ, . x ' V7T-4 r j '4 f - a riS :- if- ' "I - . "-."- 'it ji ' 0" 4 Si A? tVk "C - t '.'7 ' I tfw -4 IFTA v- If IV .-! .1 , nost ia command and named by Santa Anna, his power was ample. Again: Mexico-acted upon tho treaty, received all its benefits the liberation of the troops, the arms, am- "munition, and military property of the army. It was not In her power to annnll the treaty subsequently, without committing an act of bad faith, condemned by all the writers on national law. She could refuse rat- " ificatioa only by restoring Texas to the same condi- tion as previous to the treaty by returning, if not the prisoners of war, at least the military property which Mexico secured and carried away by virtue of the treaty. There is no principle of international law more ful ly settled than that a government cannot lake the ben efits of a treaty and then rcfase to bo bound by its v stipulations. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 February 1850

tory of Mexico. This we believe is the first effort that has been made in Congress to en- force the treaty stipulations with Mexico. More Ixdiax Depredations. The Indi- ans have lately committed fuither depreda- tions West of Bexar. They attacked a train of carts loaded with stores for the U. S. troops on the Rio Grande, between the Secos and Eaule Pass. The train was captured and plundered after several of the drivers were killed and dispersed. If the Government weie always the loser in these forays of the savages, we sheuld be moie likely to receive protection. A severe hail storm visited Austin on the night of the 1 1th inst., accompanied with thunder and lightning. Our correspondent writes that the hail stones were as large as pigeon eggs. A bill authorizing the Governor to draw $5,000 per annum for the protection of the. frontier when he deemed the exigencies of the country demanded, was defented in the Senate after it had passed the' House of Rep- resentatives. THE LEGISLATURE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 February 1850

" - iT .$---" "to. .1- -vfr-- JJb-&-J 4 ft. 55l .. .' , r' rtr- ." 1 -,- - fir"- r 4, - " . & -,i.i - KOSSUTH. Br GEO. LUNT. Kossuth ! the world's great soul t Has kindled at thy name; Once more her blazoned scroll Unfolds Eternal Fame, Peints'to her starry band, The few and quickly told, And stamps, with a perpetual hand, Thine 'mid the names of old. What tho' the field be lost, Where bleeding Freedom lies, And cowards deem the cost But sanctioned by the prize, Thy nobler heart can feel, (Its manly duty done,) Alike, the wreath, the cell, the stcel,- From battles lost or won. Enough, that once again Goes forth the rallying word, And in man's heart and brain The stagnant pool is stirred : From out his soul divine Has shot a newer gleam, The paling despot sees it shine, The serf beholds the beam. No! Freedom dead shall rise ! By heaven, and earth, and main, By the lone dungeon's cries, .By scourge, and rack and chain ; By thy "bright kindred souls By them, the dead, the free,...

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