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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 April 1850

! nii"- kv . A -t- A- -U)Mii w 3&IZMS SS iaa atlyancc. JPubUshetl Weekly. or $5 at Hie end of Hie year P?Qk 5833 FSS rFi j3$K 3?l P3n?v F-Jl gjg.-fiH E3 i(S& E5S?K9 ?S 29 PJ538B 3 BgRfek 0 HEKk. S( 31 OB f9k 1& H flgg?8B HHBI 'm SB ff j3Gfe. Kgfe b Bb. M HBfliH flfe. sssa K? :a &ss jk? mfSL tsk rm sagaa e sra saa ejjus. K?a mm eaSa esa ss5 533 fcs Eta fcrs ej s " i && eas E?g w mi B s m "mp BB . r c " ,T7 Telegraph and Register Published -every Thursday 3 Main Street, Houston, by CRTOBR. Ss,iSIOOKE. -TEUMS: n3 orjptSoa "for. Oao Year, or Fifiy-Two Num- bers, ."-.... . . 3. 00 Advertising, one" dollar per square for. the first iu scrtion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion Tea H:i or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and othersadyertisiugby thcyear, a easouahla deduction from the above rates will be made. " ,, Steamboat cardsjPolitical and Personal communica- tions Till be chargedat the same rates as advertising "Law on Newspapers. I. Subscr...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 April 1850

, - aSl'X. r: m prepared for those loug voyages, and vast amounts of gold were found on the coast of the Pacific. But when Rezin, King of Damascus, and Pekah, King ol Israel, captured the sea-port of E!ath, in the Red Sea, they bauished the Jews and colonized the Syri- ans ; and from that time the great secret of the wealth of Ophir and its position have beeu lost, until the. Amercans, by conquest,.have tasen California, aud the Ophir of antiquity has at length been discovered, with its inexhaustible mines. Fifty Girls Married in One Ho vse. There have "been ten operatives married every year from a single boarding house-in this city 'for the last five years I Tbe'raatrimonjal thermometer always runs up to ten, irTbotor-codWeathcrt and makes that the sticking - i "point- One would suppose it would be an object for yinanyshigle young ladies to become inmates of a house soprohficin donhta' blessedness. "Lowell Courier g - r SF t f $ " BEATING THE YANKEES. t"" KmeCQaiip residing inNewca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 April 1850

''fSRiBki,' -""r" & when a back mail should- be brought; thai b- had too much freight, &c Accident. WeTegret lo state that Judgt Wheeler was seriously injured on the even- ing' of the lG'h inst., by a tail from the second "story of the old City Hotel. He had atte:id ed a mealing of the Sons of Temperance at ilieir room in the thud story, and on descend- ing totbe second story, he walked out upon the piazza, supposing he was on the side walk a story below, and (her? being no railing he u.'sadvertanliy walked off", falling about ten feet upon the pavement. He is very much i ruised, but we aie happy to announce that he so far recovered as to be able to leave yes- teiday on the boat on. bis teturn to his fami'y in Galveston. This we believe is the third accident I ha' has happened at she City Hotel, owing to i!i: culpable negligence of the owners of lhe buil- ding tix'otistiuct a railing along the piazza. It is perhaps fortunate that the JSons of Tem- perance occupy the upper ro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 April 1850

?- - Tgr f . THE ITALIAN CLIMATE. Occasionally., -when the weather happens to he had in this.quarter a thing which even Moore the poet admits will sometimes hap- pen, "even in the sunniest climes," we hear people sneer at the idea of comparing our climate to that of Italy. They are perhaps right, hut the advantage is not against Texas. The past winter has been none of the best, but it will still hear the comparison without detriment. A correspondent of the London Times, writing from Italy, says : ( Civilian . ) "There are many humbugs in Italy, but -'there are none against which I more complain r t(than the humbug of its climate. I never ' spent so severe a. winter as this, and I seek in vain any one corner where I can find shel ter from the dry andr piercing cold. In all nothern climates the houses are prepared for tSeseverity of the vcatber, and with good stoves, thick carpets' and well closing doors - and windows, and bright sea-coal fire, we de- fy "the winter; but in Ialy the c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 May 1850

P. 5 Ei fc rr, jas S?t S&"3 K en s&?y sa xat fcss -?" Eacfci" fists' fcl IS tf 5Wi I : c--2 .. r-JU ria ru r-t.s. ki i-'t ?? sflgj'a f sraf ji S7 r ajc .S w x5St ??5i s rra fiRfW iS$i fT" terf iS?a ef's Sij Jga 2s m shr Sa2S i W Rrf r3 sa a ?Ja 25 feeS? SKei ft f-5 FJ E3 & &m S" i-2.-. rJri 13 S5 tff" ii- "CSV ??: I j,rj. ', .m. i53 - K 'vca. tta ;r '? iSTalraJBI & H"Sn --"" w m . P ts? & J esP? t9 'tS&B 3&sg'& zp s 5 SaL- 3 Vgi? fe. ttiS t ss fc3 jw. . rrjn r 8 jE'JS ,MS--:jS m aelvstcacc. BT3-CP.UGEK. & MOORE. swag-rapa ana ftegister rfnii J ii& e---ry I'nar-flaj . SJa.n Street. Ilcu'tcn, of J TEli ?is : .SSsSjj&n For One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- brsi, ':- S'J.00 -nflrartfefj), one dollar per square forlhe firt: :y ar!wn.-iid"iiFty cout- for each subiequen'iisscrlloii I!eJi5or!osi to coii3titiiea s-jHtre. a"frclianlsa:id others-dvcjtisipgby thcyear.a f iS4Hails ueJjctiou from lho aboe rales v:!JLe nooat-bafdohlir d and Pcrsci.r.Icotnm...

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

wSrrjftLaji'! '- jfmS' jkJHu"."- . yr-r - - a,- - -i"St , - m wmi: '?" ened with the epidemic of the season, added to the innumerable sufferings which the army has "undergone; and should this misfortune take place, the niemvill perish without the least as- sistance, in the midst of discouragement, and abandoned without even the consolation of spir- itual assistance, for wc have not a single chap- lain to say massor u Cavalry sick : baggage, muels, every thing that accompanied the army, was a confused mass, witout any distinction, and without being able to move from the place where they were caught " In his dispatch of May 31, 183G, alluding lo this treaty. Gen. Filisola says.- "I do not mention other reasons, perhaps more .convincing; and, in fine, I think I havo saved the whole army from a disaster, and Ihe national decorum from a positive disgrace."' ThistKen, sir, was the condition of General Filisola; this was the condition of the Mexican army, and apart of the terms of the trea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 May 1850

?Tf -r3iXS We lt-a.ui noiii ike tioiem Texiaii-UiE.1 3-iieut. Hudson was so severely wounded in a skiimish with a parly of Indians near Lare- do, that fears are entertained that he will not tecovcr. The tent was attacked by four or five Indians alone, and while engaged in a desperate contest was rescued by his men ,-f-lei he had severely wounded two or three of his opponents. Gen. Brook has ordered the tioops to scoui the country between the Nu- eces and Ilin Giande. Little good however will result from these oiders tinless the troops are oidered lo march din c'ly inlo the Indian country and -track ihe savages in their homes. The St. Louis Union Banner, contains the fillowinu inteiestSn; account of a method cf pieparing an excellent ai tide of food for Cal- ifornia emii-iants. The description of ihe piocess of preparing this food is not new. We have been iufoimed that Mr. Lewis Kar- is piepared a large quantity of food in a sim- tlai manner before he starled Horn this city r Califor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 May 1850

; "3im "ys 1,-SS. -3S-; . MHt . - -P' ' 4.. Ir vV -9 5" "V. 1 t? &c e v "i . From tlfo Christian" Observer. BE GRATEFUL.. Brsunin itosnAtr. Ob. I bear a grateful heart, and look not thou Ever upon life's darker, and sadder scenes, Until the shade has deepened on thy brow, And gloom impenetrable intervenes Uctween thy spirit and the light of Heaven, Which unto thee ib ever freely given. "Why -wilt thou always look abroad for good In the far Tuture,' hidden unto thee ; Or let thy thoughts in dreary monicnib brood Upon the fancied woes thou dotm st to be Injstore for thee : and bow thy tout in dread ""Of tempests ihicn may buit upon thy head. Canst ihou find noughts within thy present state To wake thy soul to thoughts of gratitude 1 Is life to thee bo dreary desolate So fre2 of blessings free from earthly good, That thou canst lift thy hand and heart to Ilea- -vcn. And say ,:to me there is no favor given ?"' What though one wpc is on thy spirit now ; One dreary cloud upon the face...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 May 1850

t lllWllfl BeaaiSglWiaflnH j niHi 111 WH llJiHI 1 ! TMi&fiS S3 isi advance. Published Weekly. or $3 at the end oi Use year BY CRUGEE, & MOORE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1850. VOL. XV. , NO. 19.-WHOLE NO. 750 a Telegraph and Register, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houstou; by crcger & jjioor.e. terms: nVcriptioa for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, S3- 00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the first in sertiou, aud fifty cents for each subsequent insertion Ton Hues or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a easouabla deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards.Political and Personal communica- tions will ba charged at the same rates as advertising Law on Newspapers. " 1. Suuicriliernvlio do not give e:.;irc potice to the con- trary, are con-si JereJ wishing to continue their subscription. il. H" subscribers or.Ier the discontinuance of their papers, the jitib'Nher may continue to seud them till all tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 May 1850

some measures of compromise. Shall wo ruu the r-sk of the consequences that may and IJbelieye will" follow from this inviduous and unequal Iog.sIat.ion. Sir, so far as I am concerned, since the very com- mencement of this diffisnltv. Ihaveseen mischief in iU I have been very anxious lhatitshoa1d beseJlledan3,t settled upon almost any terms that Miouia ouow me lifipresentaUve3-ot the slaveholdiug ana non-sidvo- t holding Statesto meet there, as our fathers did, after the formation or the Constitution, as equals, and to feel that we are so. , What is it that you desire? You seek to embody . in a legislative enactment of this Government the constitutional-power of which has been denied, and I have not yet heard the argnmeut of the honorable Senator from Michigan successfully answered you are seeking, I say, to embody certain seutimeuts you sty, off righteous, but I say sickly sentiments. We differ in opinion on that subject. You arc seeking to adopt asenlimeut a merosentimeut. How did ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 May 1850

33ar.J Thren mouths since I came from the West of Europe to the East of America, and now I depart aain for the far west of this country whereon the free and teeming entrance into the gi eat American agricultural family is g a ted to ewry one who has courage and strength to work. To these shores I was driven by tyrannj. To the lieldo of the West I am now borne by the desire of winning from. mother earth what is po necessary to the American republic, a free and independent existence, Ladislaus Ujiiazy. New York, April 12, 1850. LETTER PROM MR. WEBSTER. Ii reply lo an address, signed In a largo r.im.her oi the most piuniiiiunt and influential citizens of Bo3ton,approviug ofhi sentiments i.i regard Jo a compromUe of the,slavery ques- tion. Mr. Webster replies in a sensible, prac- tical and most "excellent letter. We copy it utmost entire : 'The country nreds pacification : it needs the i est oration of mutual res-peel and harmony between the people in one pail ui the Union and ihose'of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 May 1850

-- CL "I AM GOING HOME " BT JOHN I. MORRIS. ''Iam going Lome,"' sang a saint of God, v As the death-damp chilled his brow : ""Farewell, farewell to my heavy load, I hasten to glory now. Dull world, with thee I no longer roam ; I am going home, I am going home. ,:I am going home with a spirit so light It will not linger here ; My soul is plumed for a, heavenward flight, A heavenly goal is near. False world, with thee I no longer roam j I am going home, I am going home. "lam going home to a fathers, house. Wheie friends unnumbered dwell: I am going home to a loving spouse, Of my long life journey to tell. Drear world, with thee I no longer roam ; I am going home, lam going home. "I am going home, for Jesus calls, That call I cannot despise ; I am going home to Paradise halls Far through the sweeping skies. Vain world, with thee I no longer roam ; 1 am going home, I am going home "I am going home to the glowing hills That guard yon happy bhore, Where pleasure flows with the chrystal ri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 May 1850

F1 TB11-M& S3 in advaist't. Published Weekly. or 5 at tlie end oi Hie yeai BY CRUGER & MOOHIS. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1850. VOL. XV. NO. 20... WHOLE NO. 751 i m.'ju."jji-iii-g TELEGRAPH iXD REGISTER, Pablished every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by crttger&. jioore. terms: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, 83-0(1 Advertising, oue dollarper square for tho first in- Bertiou, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Tea lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rales will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal communi- cations will bechargod at the same rales as advertising- LAW W MJWSFAFJgBic 1. Subscribers irho do nctsive express notice to the contrary, are considered as w.s.iiiig to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, the publisher may continue to send them till all that is due be paid. 3. If subscr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 May 1850

minerals to Mr.jR. G. Shaw covered his other minerals. Dr. Webster after hearing the harsh expressions used by Dr. Parkman against him, wrote a letter to Mr. Shaw in .. explanation, but this gentleman, suffering at the time from sore eyes, did not read the let- "ter, and returned it alter a lime to Dr. Web- ster. - FILIAL LOVE. There is nofc on earth a more lovely sight, than the unwearied care and attention of chil- dren to their parents. Where filial love is found in the heart, wc will answer for all the other virtues. No young man or woman will ever turn out basely, Ave sincerely believe, who has . parentsrcspeeted and beloved. A child, affec- tionate and dutiful, will never bring the. gray hairs of its parents to the .grave. The wretch who breaks loose from wholesome restraint and disregards the laws of his country, must have first disobeyed his parents showing neither love nor respect for them. It is seldom the case that a dutiful son is found in the ranks of vice, among the wr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 May 1850

anu hail oveitiowru its banks in many places. The tremendous rains that have fallen since, have probably raised it still higher. The new sites of tuvns and cities in embryo on each bank of the river wil soon have a fair trial of their relative merits. The places that keep above waier this lim must be noted. A few years since, the proprieto s of Swart- wont made a fimous publi al:on annoi ncing that Swartwout was above the highest freshets of the river, but lo ! in a short time afterwards and after they had sold many town lots, with Swartwout titles worthless as blank paper, the river rose, to look into the new town, and swept all the streets and left a quantity of sediment on the highest parts to shame the proprietors for their dirty imposition. Since that period the business prospects of Swart- wout have forever "SwartirouleJ." Thre are howeter several high and beautiful town sites on this river, that never overflow, and are surrounded by extensive and exceedingly fertile sections,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 May 1850

-is ' L From the T. W. Banner. I will both lay me down in peace, and sleep: ""for thou, Lord, only makest me dwell in safety. Psalms 4-8. mix I safely dwell, in peace I rest, . No passions dark disturb my breast ; ., For grace has crushed those seeds of strife, ,Which often prove the bane of life. : ' lNo massive walls, no pond'rous door, Protect me and my little store, Nor arms of flesh, with weapons bright, Defend me from the foe at night. But yet I here in safety dwell, And faith assures me all is well, Tho' Satan thro' each silent hour, May linger near me to devour. And men of earth, with deadly hate, My swift destruction contemplate : Yet still I here in safety dwell. Nor fear the powers of earth or hell. The Ltod who placed the moon on high, And decked with stars the azure sky, Can gather tempests at his will. And make the roaring sea be still 'lis He protects me with his arm, And keeps me day and night from harm, He only makes me safely dwell, By him protected all is well. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 May 1850

TEiZs.tB.-$3 in ae!i:uBC. Published Weekly. or $5 at the end ot the ye.tr BY CRUGEB & M0011E. Ti Mfr"" " TfiLGBlPH AND MGISTER, Publish every Thursday, Main Si reel, Houston, Ly CRtJGEIt& MOORE. TERM?: Subscription for Ouo Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bcrs, ------ 3. 0(1 Advertising, one doliarpcr square foi the firbl in - sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. ,..,. Ion i. orless to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a msonablo deduction from the above rates will bo ,n:al0. 0, , , , t, .... , , ,, , . fciewnooat cards, Pohiical and Personal communi - cations v.ili be charged at tnc same rales as advertrs- ing- "57 ' vtrr my ? vniir(r'TR f If?) TW "Sol's ihLW i iXjsaW iJra.Jc ieiifiifeJr 1. ufcsr-ih.va wh: t!o nI sivo express ncticeto tSi2 conirary, nns ;oisrl :s . s .in tr, continue their sulKCri;.tu.:i. ?. !fa'i"--i!.':!Heriiip tiiciithiaiure-rth-ir jnptrs.t!ie pabiuiar. ma vc. .iu.w to .jih! tiiuu tjn ail that u due be pLid. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 May 1850

r ieir holding oatosoaiethiugJiidoraDtlmes we would bs sirucK uuawares, oy a neavysen, buu tmum.; .. ourselves crawling out oTttie lee scuppers, rubbing our t-hius- Thu3 wo Wero dandled about by the perpetual turmoil of the elements, until we arrived at 'TulcahuHUaT'Of the unfinrig, nnaccountablo and uuspeakably savagepui' rumpuses ever kicked up in human nature. Capo Hro takes the banner. I have sailed boats on the Delawero aud Jlerrimac, a raft on the raging'cauitvvl,' have been Ushmgand wrecked on Lang Pond, among the ferocious 'horn pouts,' and idnhliih3tIrSi"some'rpunkra8"orItfCape can "take . my hat !;; For the Telegraph. REFLEX INFLUENCE OF SUNDAY SCHOOLS IN TEXAS. New England aiding the Rio Grande. Early in 1847, a Union Sunday School was organized at Gonzales, Texas. Soon after organization it was visited and supplied with publications)' the Tex- as an-ent oflhc American Sunday School Union for which tho school chose to p.iy in full. This school afterwards contributed six d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 May 1850

"A iih-liliiii !r jfini)iViJer has hern ;ui nounci'd ti thr Scientific instiiuiimi of Swats sra, by a Mr. Napier. Lie. cutis it ihe "while powder." and aysU ha. ten liujfs the lure of roiTMiixi pmvdur. It is composed of one )arl of yellow private of polacil, one nail ! j j ,, ... . ,.r..i.i..: i.. .r . .1. I k'Mi:il. .Will I Ull DilM 111 I HMM Ml fll IIIIIZI.) . I - ,-- - " .--..i.. ... I i pan-? in cutorMu ol p These are well dried and finely ground, sep eralely, and then intimately mixed. Telegraph to England. A Mr. Roebling, n civil engineer of reptilat'i n at the North, has published a communication iu the Journal of Commerce, iu which ho ably advocates tho establishment of a line of tele- graph to England. His plan is to sink strong wires up- on the bottom of the ocean. He says the cost, including every thing, of connecting New York or I Jo-Ion and Liverpool, would amount to not more :han $1,300,- 0!)i), and hels certain that it will yirld the first year a dividend of20 per cen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 May 1850

s288IK''!Ji"i'- "?r "V "Jt' s TX -4& AN EKAiVrFCE OF Sit SI fe'ENCE. Bon. H. -Puncliard, Esq., late of Audo ver, has bequ atiied to the town oO,OJU to; ths endowment of a free, public; High School. His will provides that it shall be under the direction of trustees, three of whom are to be the Pasto:s of two Congregational Chu cbs. and the Recto of thij Episcopal Chinch and thuir siicces-tois. New York Artic Expedition. Mr. Henry Grinuull, the geutlemau who, with such p.ais nvorthy liberalijy, has procured andMs now fitting out, twQ v-ssols to p-o-cc-d to the polar regions, in sea-cli of fci. John Frankliu, has pt'iition d Cnrr- k that the expedition may bii put undirr naval laws for its frvm of s -rvic and that a call for volunteers from aimini th sailo s in the In a vy, to th" numb r of thirty, should be mad . to innu tin vessels, suclj prsous-to receive thoir pay from the guvernuieiitr c jf Importaxt Experiment. The Legisla- ture of Virginia, at its recent session, made an app...

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