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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 May 1850

- x S2SS3 KlfcBS m v i B-i J ty T&M&.W8 3 I21 ralTCsscr. JPublishetl Weekly or $5 at Ike end oi the yeas- BY CRUGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, MAY SO, 1850. 5 . YOL. XY. NO. 22.-WHOLE NO. 753 EL iS fa Ea DfW fc5fi &j fr? e C4 cai U5tt"4 tea Fw c k 1i. wSsf aK3 isti mLJww rH mi IS! vv ! Ps wLJu I steliligiij il MmMw m Ha riw ili m Bail! 3-r . .' -fc "fi8rr pmoniWB JiliMiiiiril iliill lujuieifliii miii jmhj - Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, ly " crttgek. ihook.e. teejis: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Nnm- ber. 83-00 . Advertising, ono dollarpcr square for the first in- sortion. aud fifty cents for each subsequent iasertiou. .Teu lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants aud others advertising by the year, a treasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards Political and Pergonal communi- cations will bo charged at the same rales as advertis- ing. 3LAW B MiSWgFAFBic 1. Sufcscribsrs who do not givaJexpres notice ...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 May 1850

lay the costume will not 1 o disappointed in the wearer. She may not be handsome or accom- plished "but we will answer for her being eyen- tempeied, well-nf rmed, thoroughly sensible, and a complete lady.'' MY WIFE'S GOLD RING, fiTONJoHX GASPAKD LAVATER A.1D THE POOR '. . , Widow. r r-It-was-a practice with Lavater (an eminent clergyman born in Zurich, Switzerland, 1741.) ?" to read, every morning, one or more chapters C-.in the Bible, and to select from them one par- ticular passage for frequent and special medi- tation during the day. One morning after reading the fifth and sixth chapters of the Gospel of Matthew, he exclaimed, '-What a treasure of marality! how difScHlt to make Ip choice of any particular portion of it!" After a few moments consideration he threw himself . uponiis knees, and prayed for Divine guid- ance. When he joined his wife at dinner she asked him what passage of Scripture he had ehosou for the da 'Give to him thatasketh thee and from him that would borrow of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 May 1850

ytJ-K-r houses have failed... Money is so scarce thai oS"ts are made to loan il al ten per cent, a month. Lumber has fallen in price to fort) dollars a thousand, which a few months since was valued at $300 a thousand. Notwith- standing these disastrous events, the number of pilgrims to this shrine of mammon is pro- bably greater than it has ever been. Npw stories are daily circulated of the discovery oi rich mines in the valleys of San Joaquin, Sa- cremento and their tributary streams. Count- less new cities have' been laid oul, and lots offered for sale. Among the new City builders is our old friend T. Jefferson Green, "grand admiral" of the Mier Expedition. He has laid out a new city "which he styles ciudad (Toro, golden city. The streets are not pav- ed with gold yet, but from the wonderful ac- counts of the riches around if, if not in it, it is to be presumed that he expects it will ulti- mately bepaved with gold. The General has some shrewdness with all his vanity and we should...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 May 1850

?; &l m emphis Institute - '"" MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. - rpHE regular course of Lectures in this Institute JL wiH-comnience on the First of November, aud continue until the lst of February. The Anatomical Department will be opened and ready to receive stud- ents by the First of October. The Medical Depart- '' raent will be under the direction of tho following t.f m PROFESSORS: --. . Z. Freeman, M. D., Professor of Anatomy. IL S. Newton, M. D., Professor of Surgery ,' H. J. Hui.ce, M. D., Prolessor of Theory aud . '-' Practice of Medicine. TV. Bvrd Powell, M. D., Professor of Physiol- i , ogy, Pathology, Mineralogy and Geology. T tfwvn AT T P.r.. r tt.-: f .i:3 . . - Therapeutics and Medical Jurisprudence. , ' J. Mjlton Sander, A. M., M. D , Professor ol Chemistry and Pharmacy. K. ' - J. A. Wilson, AI. D., Professor of Obletrics and Diseases of Women and Children. CLIA'IQUE LECTURERS. Mediciue Prof. II. J. Hi lck. r Surgery Prof. R. S. Newton. Z. Freeman, M. D., Anatomical Demonstrat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 June 1850

- ' iPi!L m 111 is s?P3 ssir! i ja fi n ei H &n Mips mtf 4$t & 49& assays ir ' - r -!:fL- T&i&fffS 3S in advance. Published Weekly. or $5 at the ciad oi lite year 8JaBW8y?ll llinl 1 B y? y fe&feiSSl si Sslllli&P B Sb irmiiTlP ImlbsViB p Ir lis 8 IS f . BY CRUG-ER & MOORE. TELEOEiFM MB RMTfflr Published every Thursday, Main Street, Iloustoiij by CRUGER &. MOOIIE. t e u m s : -Subscription for Ono Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, :j. 00 Advertising, one dollerper square for the firM in- sertion, and liily cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or loss to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, , a reasonable deduction from tho above rates will be made. Stej-.inboat cards, Political and Personal communi- ' cations will be charged at the same rates as advertis- I ing. 1. Subscribers whn do not give express notice Jo the contrary, arc considered as u:s!ii:i to continue their subscription. 2. If sabscribers order tJie ...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 June 1850

jury can result to any one by the very, limited addition proposed to be. made to the different grades in the navy. And if such were not the case, the pubHohonor would still require alLmerc. personal considerations to give, way to the force of an obligation of the Govern- rnent, assumed in the prosecution of high po- litical purposes, and upon the surrender ol important material interest. .. The' Committee are well aware that the Government can dispense with any part of its ' officers by a summary act of dismissal. But if, by the terms ot annexation, tne uni- ted Stales have stipulated for the cession of the navy of Texas, and have become bound to deceive its officers, it would be obviously unjust, mid a mere evasion of the obligation, -to receive the said officers only to dismiss them. A just observance of the terms of the compact wo:;ld require them to be placed upon an equal footing with the officers oi oufowii navy. Texas was riot a conquered - or purchased'territory. She treated...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 June 1850

The people of Galveston are determined to prosecute the'woik on the Cai:al, inlcncc i to connect the West Bay of Galveston with the Brazos. The law authorizes the city Cmnr:il to take stock in the company, pro- vided the assent of two thirds of tie vo'crs i obtained. ILvyti. Advices have been received at New York from Llayli, to the 19"h of April. At that time the "Black Emperor" was col- lecting a large army to make another attack upon the Mulattocs of the Southern portion of the Island. The reports that the Cabinet is soon to he dissolved, are again contradicted by 'he official Organ at Washington. The Cabinet it is said is not to be repudiated, but the edi- tors of the Organ, Messrs. Bullatt and Sir- ant, are to be repudiated instead of the Cabinet. These editors will retire from the Republic and will bz succeeded by Allen II. Hall, formerly editor of the Nashville Whig. Officers of the American Sunday School TTn- ion. President : Hon. John McLan, ol the Me- thodist Church. Cors....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 June 1850

rSPRING & SUMMER CLOTHING JUST received per ship Norumbega, an elegant assortment of Spring and Summer Clothing, la- test styles and fashions : Drap ete and Alpacca Sacks and Frock Coats; Alpacca, twilled, ribb'd and plain do do Check and plain linen D'Orsay and Princo Alberts Linen and gingham sacks; Drap ete and Alpacca pants; Trench striped cassiinere do.; Buff and plaid linen drill do.; Corded aud plain white Marseilles Vests; Fancy Marseilles Vests; 20 doz. hickory Shirts; 20 doz. check linen do. 30 doz. linen and linen bosom shirts; 10 doz. linen drawers; 10 doz. white drill do. For sale by april 7 SAMPSON f CO. . The Debates of the Texas ConvenlioTu JU3T published and for sale at the Telegraph Office, Main st, July 1846 FLOUR, LARD, BUTTER, SALT, &c. Flour; CO bbls. frcsli aud choice St. Louis Flour. iait;30kegs prime Leaf Lard, for family use. Butter; 20 " choice Wr-stern Butter, small packages 'Salt; 400 sacks alum and blown Salt. Cheese: 1 0 h-ves nine -pp!o Che cs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 June 1850

Publish el Weekly. r$o at Use end ol l?e year TJ2SUIS-S& isi advasacc. MOORE. BIRDS. . . ;Bv Ewa Coou. Birds birds 1 ye are beautiful things, With yoar carth-treadiag feet and your cloud- cleaving wings : "Where shall man wander, and where shall he dwell, ' dutiful birds, that ye come not as well? Y.have nests en the mountain all ragged and stark, Y have nests in the forest all tangled and dark : Ye'iailla-viyebrooi neaththe cottagers' eaves. A.id ye sleep on the sod 'mid the bonnie green leaves : Ya hide in the heather, ye lurk in the brake. Yo dive in the sweet flags that shadow the lake : Ye skim Avhere the stream parts the orchard- decked land, Ye dance where the foam sweeps the desolate strand. .Beautiful birds! ye come thickly aroundJ "When the bud's on the branch, and the snow's on the ground; Ye co:ne whsn the richest of roses flush out. AndjrO-conie wliorv-the yellow leaf eddies -about. Beautiful birds ! how the schoolboy remembers The warblers that chorussed hisholyday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 June 1850

a tew gins and a packing-press or two were sent out to Whydah us a present to the King of Dabwiey, on condition 'hat he should have all the cotton ginned, cleaned, and packed in bales, ready for exportation, there would at once be a very considerable supply of this val- uable product coming hither from that part of the world. We are assured that the King of Dahomey, who, like more civilized sover- eigns, isextremely desirous of increasing his revenues, would give every encouragement to the cultivation and export of cotton, if a remu- nerative price could be secured. This would not be difficult, for labor there is probably as cheap as iu any other part of the world. It is said, too, that the King would even give u;i his slave hunts, if the cotton and palm oil trade could be made a certain source of income. Already the latter article has become so much sought after, that the supply is scarcely equal to the demand, and vessels are kept wai- ting at Whydah for some time before they can ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 June 1850

r v yet too little surplus capital to authorise the expenditure requisite to remove all ohstruc- lions. But if the strong arm of the General Government should be outstretched for this object, those noble streams would soon be freed from the .shackles that nature has fas- tened upon them, and would become the great avenues of comrnere, between the cJnlf ports and the fertile regions around and above them Profitable Steadier. The steamboat Senator, which has been running between San Francisco and Sacramento city, is said to have cleared $,5000 per day net profit. She for- merly belonged to the New York and Fall River line, and was the first large isvrr stea mer introduced upon the Sacramento. Biology. The lectures of A. M. Gentry, Eq., on Biology, have created quite a sen- " eation in this city. Many were at first dis- posed to view this subject as a humbug, but .he has dispelled most of their delusions, or else has deluded them. Several who were most sceptical, are now firm believers...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 June 1850

Tj STRAYED Sam'l W. Allen before Wm. B. JLiRceves, Esq.u a Justice of the Peace for Harris co., a Spanish Pony, duu color, Spanish brand, 14 hands high and 10 years old. W. R. BAKER, Clerk Harris Co. Houston, Mag 30, 185(1. w3t 754 CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF TEXAS. TN pampliet form, forsale at thii office net 9 Boot and Shoe Iuanufactory, GALVESTON. .$zv THK subscriber woatu respecttuity miorm p citizens ol Houston and tlic interior, that lis Boot and Shoo Manufactory continues in successful operation.'aud he intends in future to devott his particular attention to that blanch ortho business: ho is regularly supplied with the best French and American materials, and employs the best workmen, and he will assure the community that for dnss or substantial articles, !.e caii successfully compete with Northern Manufacture. Au experience of over ten years attention to the bu- siness iu thisj city, aud the unusual succrss attending his efforts of late, he liope wiil ensure confidence iu fu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 June 1850

,. . , iUIT j ! 'gagiatt!"j"a"J"i r"'11 ! -i wLi.mi .. - ..jlj. .j. I..J. ..,l i.,-.iu ,.... - Li j- Ljjzggj jjgtt jllu r " - -jumtj mn u i. u-ti-kTmfrunwAt.iVMjyit nam' wmsTUU.iTiriiTiri i,"tf m ugq imi hjlmu am; '- - -" -- m.- unm .. . in j - aspawat TJBIZfilS S3 in advance. Published Weekly or $5 at the esid of the year BY CRUGER. & MOORE. HOUSTON THUKSDAY, JUNE 20, 1850. VOL. XY. NO. 25.--WHOLE NO. 756 est) esi ii."'1 --Ma rir. ti 11-j.Lim.i . - TELEGRAPH MB BE6ISTE Publiioed every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by crugek.& 5ioore. terms: Subscription for Oue Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, 83.00 Advertising, oue dollarper 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, n reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal communi- cations will be charged at thesatno rates as advertis-ihg- JEtitiu on Jtfeiv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 June 1850

w PaIn-ama, May 19lh,l850. The undersigned, Consuls of'the'.foreign nations ac- knowledged in this port,'iu view of the'preseut stale of afiairs in this city and its neighborhood and with the purpose of giving protection to the grave and various -interests which are under their charge, have the hon- or to inform the Governor of the Province liiat it is their duly to protest, in the most s-olemu manner, against all the acts which have taken place and which may occur to cause danger to the lives and property of the citizens of their respective countries. -At the same time, and whilo bearing willing testi- mony to the activity of flie5overuor of the Province in the present emergency, they deem it their duly to recommend most respectfully to his consideration the necessity of calling together a meeting of the inhabi- tants of this city to hear (he advice of all parties, so as stCDs may be taken to maintain the peace and tranquility of the country. They furthermore propose, should it mee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 June 1850

:-V.. 1 f .v,J ft-Wi- -, -'' Vi; T--iX-v --,.-r -:.:--- yt4 y- , J1 1 T..? 1V- iVb Secret Ireaties with Spain. Independent, the Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia North American says: "There is no secret treaty with Spain in regard to Cuba, as has been stated by some of the New York papers, nor any alliance between France, England audthtt United States, for the protection of thai Island. It has been, customary, under late Administrations, upon a change of the envoy at Madrid, to, assure the Minister of foreign Affairs that ihe United States would'uot permit Cuba to go into the possession of an' foreign power. Similar assurances have perhaps been giveu on behalf of England and Franco, but in no more obligatory shape. " Marriage Extraordinary, At the CalholicChurch in Franklin stieel this morning, Siguor Benditti, the celebrated tenor, was married to Signoriua TruiH, the charming vocalist. The ceremony was performed by Uishop Fitzpatrick. The happy pair have- taken a cottage...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 June 1850

'vj-rv CTK-vi". m ij a 4" "to est Fresh Arrivals from New York, Boston and New Orleans. rflHE subscriber has just received a full supply of tsJL Fall and Wiuier Goods, consisting, in part, of the following: . . A-A ., j vs T.mwAllo. T)nmpstics. Bleached Shirliusrs, and Sheetings, Kerseys, Linseys, Satiuelts, Kentucky t Jeans, Manner's Stripes, Apron Chocks, Hoots and j ciiurs, juaeuea uu wu.. "- - j Patent Leather Ties, Coffee, Sugar, and Flour, Cor- dial of all kinds, Rock Candy, Soap and Caudles, Lard, Sperm and Linsoed Oils, and a ery superior article of Old French Braudy, suitable for uiedtciu.'' purposes, Bagging, Rope, Twine, &c A. S. RUTHVEN, Main Street Orders from the couutr' carefully executed. SepL 25, 1849. wtf7lS IHxelianee on New Orleans IN Sums to suit purchasers., for sale by May S, 1-849. SAMPSON $ CO CHALK BALLS, Perfumed ex'rad, hair oil, Pink saucers, Bear'- ml, Toilet powder, Bay rum, Maccae-ar oil, Alabaster pasie, ' Ox marrow, Kail bru-lie-., Lavender wate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 July 1850

u4 ANDT 1 21&1.7S' $3 In advance. JPublisheel Weekly. or 5 at the end o the year . B? CRUGER & MOOKE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1850. VOL. XV. NO. 27.-WHOLE NO. 758, ' TELEGRAPH M'D REGISTER, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CR.TJGKRfc MOORE. T E K M B : Subscription for Oue Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, - S3. 00 Advertising, one dollarper square for the first in- sertion, aud fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchauts aud others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal communi cations will be charged at thesamerates as advertts lUg. jErf w on JSTeiuspapers. . 1. Subscriber who do notgive express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If ubscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, the T"- nublirher hut continue to send them till all that is due be paid. -"VtJffg-r , a...

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

p. - tholUo Grande. The Expjg n ; A the commana ofin. ? - - - . , . v .CALIFORNIA. "W? "TTiefoYlowiog dark picture of raining life 8? in .California is from a correspondent of the , Galveston News : What portion of the gold in this country has already found' its way into the gulches andstreams one can hardly form an idea of. My own opinion is that hut a very small por- tion of it has done so. In the streams it has "been much easier of access to it ; yet in many places it has been profitably mined from the hills and flats. In almost every 'placer' it hears a different character. Iu one it will be found in thin scales in another, rough and coarse. In the larger streams it has become rather smooth, from the long action of the water and rolling stones. Some specimens are often very beautiful, intermixed with stone and in xi thousand beautiful shapes. Mining here in the winter is a hard life, (it is not easy at any season.) The winters are very tedious, almost an uninterrupted con- tinua...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 July 1850

clouds .'" aud apparently about 500 or 600 feet high. "Thejwhqle m'ghtyjPhenomena was noiseless, no oth- er sound than the geulle one of the waves, as they broke before the bow oftho ship, disturbed the still- ness of the scene." Wonderful indeed. And further, our California adventurer tells us that the clond was filled (with salt water of course) by Ihis wiighty conduit, from its vast reservoir, aud in the afternoon thoy had a drenching shower J (offrc&h'wa- tcr I suppose,) for our friend, the California adventu- rer daro not tell us what bocomo of the salt, for a vast quantity must have gone up, but has left us to guess that it was retained to bo ground up and made into white clouds. Quite as probable as any other part of his story. But let us again consider, this "gigantic column of clearb'.ue water, its base upon the sea, and its apex iu the clouds," a most wonderful sight indeed, 50!) or GOO feet in height, and that is not all, he tells us that the salt sea water passed up ...

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

- T f V - V . THE LITTLE HAND. We -wandered sadly round the room, We missed the voice's play, That warbled through our hours of gloom, And charmed the cloud aivay. We missed the footstep loved and light, The tiny twining hand, The quick arch smile so -wildly "bright, The browwith beauty bland ! We wandered sadly round the room, No relic could we find, No toy of hers, to sooth our gloom, She left not one behind! But look! there is a misty trace, Faint, undefined and broken, Of fingers on the mirror's face, A dear, though simple token. A cherub hand ! the child we loved Had left its impress there, When first by young ambition moved, She climbed the easy chair. She saw her own sweet self, and tried To touch what seemed to be So near, so beautiful! and cried, "Why ! there's another me 1" Dear hand ! though from the mirror's face Thy form did soon depart, I wore its welcome, tender trace, Long after in my heart ! Empire Company Office, New-York, April 16th, 1850. THE Trustees of the Empi...

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