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

j.i i.i .i .mil iij u...u5gg i J J lmrrSTTBra.T5BgiggtM M'.IJt TEllWS $S in advance. M?t'klishefl Site?. of 85 at the end oi the year BY CRUGER & MOORE. Telegraph and Register, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CaUGER. fc JSIOORE. terms: ubscriptioa for One Years or Fifty-Two Num- bers, $3. 00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the first in sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion Gen lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants aud others advertising by the year, a easonable deduction from the above rales will be fhado. "Rtsamboat cards.Political and Personal communica- ions will bo charged at the same rales as advertising Law on newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do ro e p;pr-ro:I'c o i!'e con- trary, irecomiJcred vr:-A:.i-: .oca-- '"re e" sim :-i:on. zi. If subscribers o-.-s- --e d" o-v 'uoarre oC .e - p?ners, l!i2 jmii.iUer:mycout'-iue to zau ocu ."'i rli ct.i .be paitl. . , . 3. If so'iv ".) s re'ect or c-"iie 'o trJo thcr jiapcrs from t...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 March 1850

4 Kewtoa & Co., and Tilly and Hewit; approved J January 2i, iSol). 111. An act supplementary to an act to lo- cate the seat of justice- of Cass county: approv- ed January 25, 1850. 112. An acfcto provide for the enumeration of the inhabitants of the State of Texas: ap- proved January 24, 1850 113. -at. acc'changing the name of George North to George D. itigelow: approved January 14, 185T).: i' 114. .-Joint resolution authorising the Comp- troller" cf the-State of Texas to exchange some of the public property in the city of Austin, for' a certain house and lot adjoining tue General Land Office: approved January 24, 1850. 115. An act to permit the county of Fayette, to levy and collect a special tax : Approved Jan. 24, '50 116. Joint resolution for the relief of the heirs of William S. Tuteu: Approved January 24. 1850. 117. An act to establish permanently the seat of Justice of Leon county : approved Jan. 24. -50., 113. An. act to incorp Tita the city Browns- ville : appprcved Jan...

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

- DC' n $ are m w beginning to develop themselves, and the auspicious hour has at length arrived, when "we can salute our countrymen on the border aud-cxtead to them, in good faith and with good cheer, the "hand of fellowship, and the warmest assufitices that we earnestly desire to dwell togemerin harmony and brotherly kindness, and to cujoy with them, under our happy Government, its benefits and its blessings. That you will receive the kind overtures which we make in the same confiding spirit which has induced them, and rightly appre- ciate our motives we do not entertain a doubt. Ycur cxfrSme isolated, position has been un- propitious to the grateful intercnange ot social kindness, which bind communities, and create an unity of feeling, and mutual interests; but neither our people nor our government have at any tinia been estranged from you, and though separated by distance we have always encour- aged identity which yon, and have been willing to meet you as brothers of the same ho...

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

f To Planters and Families A LLt "frltowinsaitirlesLBSto'ilonivJa Houston by Wm jCi.ll. Eliot, Kobe .and Oo Grclicocu tad Co- ciot by nc otber bouse in IlcuV.orJ. BevraicortbQcoiiii'e.feitaiticie. TO THE LADIES. . The GcnaiDoIalm cf Columbia, for Severing the Lair. "LcKrl-ninsa lor to woman, s-ij 1 oul, And nlirt'clllietrrihif Uiojii'-jsuuUiiion; . PrcsctTC UUiec. Hili vi.ur;r!ir n.-iil.li, j Unicssyou tirolpet itavniithis pr na-ati .n. in If you wiJi a rch. luxuriant bsa- of Mir, from dantrutl and scurf, do not ful to prt cuic the gemene I'.ilm t f Columbia "In cases rt I clerrss it will im-TC lbs i .evcoed iiur expectation Many ao have lo.t their h irfcr ti entv tears lmeiad it res . toredto the origin ,1 pcrfec'io'i ly U-etseo t!u Halm. Age state or condition f.;mc2ts to La rn uir-iaria ivl-rtever; il nl-j j causes the fluid to feu f tli vLirl. the del cste Lair tube i filled bywhicbiacai'tJitu--iwliiplici- .-.s srey n- tbc Asmlu j EajrteJ haio hau thei-hm' rcl.irw1 to il ii-ttro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 March 1850

-tei- TBSUS$S ivL advance. BY GllQG-EE & MOORE. Telegraph and Register, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houstouj by gruger & jhoorb. terms: Ascription for Oao Year, or Fifty -Two Num- ks, $3. 00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the first in sertioB, end fty cents for each subsequent insertion Gen lines or Jess to constitute a square. To Merchuuts and others advertising by the year, a asonablo deduction horn the above rates will be ma!o. RteamboatcardsjPoliticalRadPersoiialcommunica- ious will be charged at theijuine rales as advertising Law on newspapers, . Subscribers who Jo not giro "xjjrcs notire lo the con-t"T--v, preconsulc-cd trUlii'i; toco'itinne their suliscrijiliou. -!." trili-cribers onier lbs discontinuance of llieir papers. isg-ve oabUsier may continue lo sc.;u them till all that is due lie I jisiu. 3. If subscribers nc;Jcct or refuse to lake llieir papers 'Jro-n th; office lo a-hicli flic are directed, tlieyare held rcspnn -v-vblii till they hare se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 March 1850

and remarked; 'when I needed accommodation you -would not oblige me, you -remember. alr though I earnestly solicited it. Now, as I do not stand in need of assistance, you offer it to me.' 'It was not my fault ; the other directors did not know you, and they seldom discount to strangers. We should be very happy now to do any thing for you.' Therc is young Mr. P who has just star- ted in business, who I know is in need of a little help. .Suppose you make him the offer.' '0, we dont know any thing about him. Ho may be one of the most worthy of men, but he is unknown to the directors,' and wishing Mr. Somers good morning, Pelby walked down the street. Not a month went by, when passing along . one day, Mr. Somers met Mr. Barrow, another bank director, who took him by the hand and smilingly inquired -of hishealth. 'Well, sir, how do you .get along these times V said Mr. Barrow. Pretty well sir.' -'Do you need any more capital in your busi- ness V K), no ; my credit is good, but I prefer c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 March 1850

- -- laf"-"-ri"' f We leanf from the Northern Standard that snow tell to the depth of six inches at Por- ter's Blufl on the Trinity, on the 9th of De- ceraber. It appears from a document lately presen- ted to Congress that the production of wool in the United States last year was 70,000,000 pounds. The shares inlhe Montgomery and We- tumpka Plank Road are selling at a premium of ten per cent. "We learn from the Western Texian that a large military train will start from Bexar for El Paso at the close, of April or 1st of May. It is supposed that four hundred Mexican carts will be in the train, escorted by two companies of mounted troops under the com- mand of Brevet Maj. J. T. Sprague. Sever- al merchants from Chihuahua and Santa Fe will probably accompany the train with goods and merchandise for those sections. Emigrants who desire to settle in the fertile and beautiful valley of the RioGrande near El Paso, may avail themselves eflhis oppor- tunity to remove under the protection of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 March 1850

i-S" .'Vs. : I j FrOttfthe "Boston. Cultivator. .-f-, r :rr "GOD BEESS THE PLOUGH. BY LAYIKIA S. TYESTON. "Who are the truly great ? -Minions of Pomp and state, ".-.'. Who the knee how ? "Give "us hard hands and free, -Culturcrs of field and tree, ' - - God save the plough !:5 Mrs. Sigourney.' Then to the fields je hrave ! Yours he the word to save . From our Life's foe ; Want with its ruthless train j "Flies from the cultured plain; rCf Toil ye. with might and main ' God bless the plough ! Now lay the furrow deep, ':- On vale or hill-side steep "5 " In hope ye sow. ' Trusting that mother earth - Give to the seed its birth, -v Fiug ye, in strains of mirth, God bless the plough ! Then when the harvest comes, Plenty through our loved homes, Joy shall bestow : "-" Loud shout the reaper-train, While o'er the fertile plain,'3- " Hick waves the golden grain, "" God bless tho plough ! - Wreaths for your yeomanry, Green as the Victor s be Toil crowns their brow, Theirs is the noblest deed, ...

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

m --fty"-y,afcHi .? '"st "3"""- rsr"" - TA2IZTI8-$8 in advance. Published Weekly. or $5 at the end ot the yeas -. r-- s,- :?-, $V BY CRVGEH & MOORE. Telegraph and Register, Published every Thursday, Main Street jllousteii. by CIUjGER. & 5IOOR.E. teems: nb'criptloa for Ono Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, 3.00 Advertising, ono dollar per square for the first in sertion, and fi!y cents for each subsequent insertion 6on lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and other advertising by the year, a easoniibla deduction from the above rates will be made. RtoamboatcardsPoliticalandPcissiialcoinmunica- ious will be charged at the same rates as advertising Law on Newspapers. 1. Subicriberswho do not give express notice to lie con- trary, are considered wishing to continue their subscription. i!. It aubscriuers orner me nisconuuumiwc u uui i' i ' ths publisher may continue to send them till all that is due be 3.' If "mbscribers neglect or refine to take their papers fron the of...

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

?swr1-!?v- - 5v -, "with a word or look of unkindness.- She ex- pects frorn,u3s.all,the love and. sympathy she has need of. Shall she ever look in vain, to any ofusi if1 ilOh, 310, "mother never never I She shall he as one of us"! See ' she is sleeping on your .bosom mother ! 4lowpretty she is!" " Whafrndelight'itwill be to take care of her," said ono." "And to play .with her," said another. 'v4.nd to teach her.3' said a third. I saw that the right feeling was awakened, and I thanked God. avIio has given so holy a thing as love and kindness to dwell with -us be- low. Friend of Youth. . ' -- METHOD tF-OBTAINING THE SPONGE. The bponjjo.of comincrbo is found attached lo rocks ; .rinif iliiilii. li.'Svvi'n thrt fithnii: and lhirLY. "When alive, it' a of. a dull bl.:"-ii hi ck above, aud of a dirty white beneetlr. J ,!ic'i! arc- several qaaiu-i-.i, possibly indicating as" many distinct species. Tft.-sponge-diyors, ho'wcvorj aro mostly people from tho islands of t"n 3 Cariau coj-rf; from ...

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

jRgr -- - tt f." . jr-" -jct- jttawpl iS3pi' tioaiy believe to be true of America, that you -will probably be surprised to hear mc say, that 1 am decidedly opposed to emigration. Well. I am. You will say this is strange : vou will ask wby the Irish, so wretched and miserable. should bot improve their social and pesuniary position by emigrating to such a fruitful land: and living among such a prosperous people, ly friends let mc tell you. tbe soil, campara- lively speaking is not fruitful. The agrJcu'.tu- ral products of the State of Massachusetts would nut support ifa pupumuuD xor oue u u tux. i,i puupiu vi uiiiti oia.it; nuuw it uuu iiutv, uituci such circumstances, do they act? Why, they turn to manufactures ; and Lowell, as a manu- facturing locality, stands preeminently forward : and if it has not already thrown the most boas- ted works .of England into the shade, it will soon do so. The reverend orator here pictured, at length, the disadvantages under which the immigrants of th...

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

- iff TttSr' Tp -fT m"jmrr 3QSPr - 5 TAKE CARE OF THE TONGUE. When Zenoasimdergoing torture by the order of Nearchus,' in order to compel him to disclose the names of those who had tmitedwith him in a plan to deliver his coun- try from tyranny, for fear hiscourap;c should fail, he "hit off his own tongue. - Many a man makes a far worse use of his tonrme. Many a man at the day of judgment will wish that he had been born deaf axd dumb. How few adopt the good rule of Bishop Beveridge, not to speak in praise of one who is present. "The Lord will cut oil all flatter- in lips, ''as well as slanderous tongues JJavil catls his tongue his "glory." Let not your tongue be your shame. When Latimer, on his first examination heard the pen of the notary running, behind the curtain, he was careful what he s rid, knowing that he must meet it on his final tri- al. Every sinful word you ultei , even every idle word, is written, and will appear as e i- dence against'you on your last tiial jour trial on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 April 1850

"pr ry 'a- ' - Vr " hTnoigjaujyB;, ' r n n crrr r3TB,?jrw S isa -advance. iP ?f h?ish(l IS cekly . on 5 at tlie end ot llie year CRLFGivR & MOORE. TelegraplT and Register, Published every Thursday Main Street, Houston, by ' CS.TTEK.Si JSIOOItE. . terms: ub?-iriptiou for Oub Year, or Fifty -Two Num- bers; - 3. 00 ' Advertising, one dollar per squaro for the first in sortion, aud fifty ecutsfor each subsequent insertfcu Ten tines or less to constitute a square. To Jlerchants and oilier advertising by the year, a easouablo deduction from the above rates will bo made. (Steamboat cards.Politica! and Personal coiamunica- iioSlfvvill be cnargeu' at the same'rates'as advertising 'Law on Newspapers. 1. ''ubicribers who 3o not jrive express notirc Jo J-e con- trary, are considered wishing to cuntinue their sulwcrijition. 2. It ubicribers order the discontinuance of their powers, the nablishcraiay continue to send thenj till ah that is due he paid.- - , . 3. If subscribers neglect or refus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 April 1850

'f"' o ' , . 4 U 4: lv 1 i ,i5sr "sS es .talent, ahdllyoar land with, mb vt plagues of Egypt." - . - more than the A-1 "Good heavens!" cries the Rumseller, "is not jfthat'enoughl" ' Fromths Cincinnati Gazelle. m -.' v CANADA. r, Sout7tcrland?s Occupation of Navy Island, 1837. .;' BY J. HUNT, JR. - . PiuoR to the arrival of Mackenzie at Buffalo, Gen. ,r,Sontherland, a man of some notoriety, and resident '- of New York, had, after gathering together a quan- ,' tity of arms and other munitions of war, with fiity or Bixty volunteers, -pitched his tent in the vicinity of Black Rock, distaut about three miles below Buffa- " ilo, on the Niagara river, but he was finally forced by the authorities to abandon his position. Ho im-- mediately conceived the idea of possessing himself of Navy Island, which, according to treaty, oelongsto Great Britain. On account of its location, it was one x- of the most advantageous positions;the Patriots could find, and where, too, they could rally, without th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 April 1850

j - -5f7T - CTSrjwi v&ZTegaxsszzzzs & -" " - WW k c 7 - TOAiADY. ., ' "They sihine eyes, like sunny skies, Thy ef attraction form: Isee njinshine in thoseeye3, Theuke me all by storm. l WBttUU 'I I I, T..I.IW ll-Ui.ll. H illMJ l M."'.'.J.mj TIIE (telegraph, SDITSBY 3RAltfCIS MOOKE, Jr. Hoflston.jlmsrday, April II, 1850. The atejr Galveston, Capt. Place, ar- rived at Cfc-eaion on the -8th inst., r.nd broujMii 'll A. T.,,,, nlnnno in lUr, Rtl. rom jew inst. irtons Statesman nnrl Patriot .Tnlm , J. Ca in, died at. his residence on Capitol Hill at Washington, on the 31st ult. His death i cast a gloom over the whole nation. He TvaJot only loved and respected for curi- ty ofrjacter, and numberless virtue,, but his eniient talents as a statesman have rendenhim during nearly forty years, ons of the hhest luminaries in the political hor- izon, he western Hemisphere. He died as he I lived, calm,- fearless, and retained his mal energies until his last moments. A draceful contest lately...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 April 1850

r -Jjs " to m" -. . 8 ?,J "K j.'hiu mi MOUNT SINAI. jsJUjp-jMfe Wy monntain, and among all ithe stopendqus works of mature, not a place :can be selected more t for an exhibition of Almighty power. I have stood upon the -summit of the giant iEtna, and looked over the clouds floating "beneath it upon the bold scenery of Sicily, and the giant mountains of Calabria, upon the top of Vesuvius, and look- ed upon the ivaves of lava, but they are noth- ing compared with the terrible solitude and bleak majesty of Sinai. An observing travel- ler has well called it " a sea of desolation." ' -Not a tree or a shrub, or a blade of grass is to be seen upon the bare, rugged sides of in- - - iumberable mountains, heaving their naked summits to the skies ; while the crumbling masses of granite all around, and the distant viewofthe sands, form the wildest and most " earyjthe most terrifiic and dt-solate picture the imagination can conceive. The level sur- "i face of the very top or pinnacle, is about 6...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 April 1850

--- V,te' l.J, v i .Jl ;- i1-- STER. $& .TJGRJ?IS8 am advance. Published JVeekly. or 5 at the end oi tlie year lyTCECJGEE, & MOORE. HOUSTON, THUBSDAY, APEIL 18, 1850. VOL. XV. NO. 16.--WHOLE NO. 747 ff iiimii Winn ii'iiccm ib .... muni nmmi xxzmsMm mi rajnrai-ri.il i mii i mini i i n nrnrr-m ! i.li in ' ' - .. . naazaanj irri n i r -imi iiii" nia3ssj - i - - i njmm . aBasaPiMEgMBggaa ib BB oo. Telegraph and Register. J. Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by i CECGER &, MOORE. x " TEEMS! ubJcription for One Year, or .Fifty-Two Num bers, - $3.00 Ad -Rising, one dollar per square for the fmtin sertij and fifty cents Tor each subsequent insertion Ten Jtaes'orless to constitute a square. TqJIf.rchauts and others advertising by the year, a easontilS&ideduction from the above rates will be made. j Ste&mnoatcards,PoliticalandPersonalcoinmunica- tious will be charged at the same rates as advertising Law on Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not "ire express no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 April 1850

fyc"cc; -i - jtM -ssr n -5S i 3i 'A fti- I vnMLMfe && Tne nomination hasnotyet been jeferredbafrT near of no objection tqfit.. Some rejections Trill take place next week. - V FOREIGN NEWS. The New Yorlf papers of the 23d March, con tain very copious despatches, embracing all the . intellieence of interest received bvvthe steam ship Niagara. The Niagara reached Halifax ' onThGereriihg of the 21st ult., andprobably ar- Tivedtifc Boston the nest day. ' --- England. The Greek Difficulty. The conduct of Lord Palmorston in continu- ing the Greek blockade is severely commented fe. upon Dy all tne nglish journals, and -were it ., not for a belief which, exists tliat his Lordship has made a demoastration against .Russia, Ins . conduct would. -meet with general reprobation. The Russian Government has presented an energetic remonstrance against the proceedings ofthe English Government, and public opinion is general that if necessary the Czar will give the Greeks efficient support. The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 April 1850

H :" ass-'yNfc-1 if ' ff Texas Presbyterian. We are lad fiflthat our xesDecled friendi Rev. A. JT McUvrn, has re-KoramencedJkeguJblication oftf Presbyterian at Huntsville." fie has purcsed the-office and materials of the Tex- as aner, "which" has been rlisrnntinnnrl. Whhve regretto loose so able and cour- teoi i coadjutors pur old ffiend Efatch, we arensoled by the reflection that the Pres- bytin will compensate in a. great degree, fortlossorthe Banner. Its loss however ina apeba! point of view cnnnbt be filled, as pol- iticare excluded from the Presbyterian. 'Iujcredit ia due Mr. McGown, Ifor the "mtjg energy, and perseverance he has dis- p'aj in sustaining his excellent Journal, "wh 'we believe was the first jeligious paper estyshed in Texas. He has laboured and toiiwith all the zeal and indomitable ener- cy( a Missionary Pioneer, but vhis labors - ha'thus far been to him almost unavailing ' Hieeds theaid of his Christian brethren wh standard bearer he has become, if they , wiold ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 April 1850

H' s - j? .r 4" ' 5- ; " , ? -C'i '- -. 1 If K if IV J 'V- -2 4"l t Sr From the1Herald and Journal. CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDEENCE. m- A MARVELLOUS' CASE. . H3ro. Stevens: The following account of the famous trial and condemnation?! the "Boorns,4n Vermont,is hased on the authority tof the late .Rev. Lemuel Haynes, A.M., who was familiar -with the whole affair, and visited and conversed with the prisoners. -They re- K sided, in Manchester, Vt. Calvin had mar- ried a .sister ofthe Booms. C. had been in a state ofrsmental derangement for some years, andyasincapable of attending to the concerns x of Jiisfamily, which, was 'scattered among the .connections. t) suddenly disappeared, the 7th day of May, 1813 ; hut this excited but little inquiry, as he had often done so before. However, gome observations made by Stephen and Jesse Boorn led to suspicions that they had murdered him. A Mr. Boom, (uncle ofS. and J.,) dreamed that Russcl Calvin came to his bed and- told him he had been ? murdered, an...

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