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

0 & Sip s,- 1 Mm I S3 feS E2 KJ i-i-nim rw -in mn hhhj n 1 1 ! ,wjt- -aLgatJt.ati T2l ftf $3 sin advaacc S?nhlislicl Weekly. or $5 at the end of the year OR J. KR & MOORE. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1850. YOL. XY. NO.34.--WHOLENO.765 'vJT vr.,..r rv v ,-'-fTTycyT?gTri rirjmivT.i -r cm rv--1""''"' ' t'-'ffWirt-r- --i . -j i .. i : wm-.ig iw'TyfTiii" r - r-TJncsrniTiJTrhRrisatM3TMgx:fMr. 7 .'fci mwj fc i wnjimuiiiBgi. iul, . i m irpm p--j- " - jnaoaq inf ."T'it ' "m mi n i ip-ww jTrrimrMWgrBTmrrrB- f X Published" every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CIiUGKn.5i iJIOORE. T E K M S : Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, 83.00 xldvcrtisinff, one dollarper square for the first in- sertion, and fifty ceuts for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal communi- cations will becharged at thes...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 August 1850

?i09tm,svsn $ --f-sj-srV- j-V --s-v- '-V-- Soy. Bell's Message. Executive Department, Austin. August 13. 1850. ' To the Hon. Senate "" and House of Representatives: Gektlemen Th6 season of the year is unfavora- ble for assembling the Representatives of the people, and its great heat unpropitious for mature and satis- factory deliberation. The draft which I have felt my- self compolled to. make upon your time aud pergonal convenience, and the increased expenditures to the State necessarily involved by the extraordinary session now convened, were subjects maturely considered, and gave mo for a time paiuful solicitude. But as the intrinsic weight of the great question which I shall have the honor to prescut for your con- sideration, continued from time to time to augment and to present itself in holder relief, according as I be- stowed reflection upon it, the objections to the rail, which at first seemed to possess validity and force, were soon lost in the superior consideration, that ...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 August 1850

Colorado Haft. We have learned with regiet that the work on the Colorado Raft j has .again been abandoned. The people of j that section seem to be quite discouraged iu regard to its removal. Several of the sub- scribe! s refused lo pay their subscriptions, ;md the contractors finding that they might Hut receive half the sum they would be -compelled to expend on the -work, were forced to J euro it. The population of the Ct orado vai'ey is probably yet too sparse and the peo- ple too poor to complete -a work ofauchmag- iiitude. The population however Is increas- ing so rapidly, that a few i'cars only must elapse before they will possess ample means not oulylo remove this raft, but all other ob- structions to the navigation of this beautiful river. A large number of volunteer companies Siave been organized -in the eastern counties 4o await the oidersof the Governor. One of our eastern cotemporasies states that five thou sand troops can be raised by the -Governor if required. The Sejiin...

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

$335 S-j iS' REVELATION Oh tLJRROLlz,. The following was taked from a work b Eugene Regrault, entitled "The Criniimt History of the English Government." it will "be seen, that when the English Aristo -crats found it impossible to carry -on the) war and conquer the Americans by what generally called the arts of honorable warfar. they privately bribed the Indian savages i murder, by every means in thei. power, : many Americans as possible, and actual! engaged to give them so much apiece for cvi ry American scalp. The following is a lett sent by Captain Crawford to Col. Haldimau, the British Governor of Canada, accompari) ing eight packs of scalps. "May it please your excellency, at the rr quest of the Seneca chief, I send, herewith , to your excellency, under the care of Jami Bojd, eight packs of i-calps, cured and drie, hooped and painted with all the Indian tri umpbant maiks ; of which the following is a invoice and explanation : Pack 1. Containing forty-three scalps t Congress sold...

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

- ''ijn S"3; TJBlZvWS 3 in advance. Published IWee&Iu. or 5 at the end oi Hie year BY CRCJGEE & MOORE. TL8fflUFH Ail REGISTER, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CRUERfc DIOOItB. teems: Sibscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, - - - - x - - 3. 00 Advertising, one dollarper square for the first in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent inssrtion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and 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 thosamerates as advertising- jLaiv 021 JYevospapers. jjlSnlgpiJbersTrl do.notgive express notice to flje contrary, arecanjj3eredas"visJiTosio continue tlVsiiiucgptioiu.-.s 2. If subscribers ordsr the discontinunnce of their papers, the pnblfchsr may continue to send them tili nil that is due be paid. 3 Tf s-i'jscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the ofljee to whic...

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

w ----..-.- M ff- '- great mass of them were killed or horribly mangled, having their horns and legs broken, and being wounded in various ways by 'their- Btruggling among themselves. The trains from the East" and West, -which met at the plaee of the accident, exchanged passengers. About two hundred men wore engaged dur- ing the afternoon on the day on which the aei- dent occurred, and clearing away the ruins, and endeavoring to extricate the men and animals. FURTHER NEWS BY THE CANADA. England. Sir Thomas Wilde has been promoted to the Woolsack. The split in the Church consequent upon the dispute between the Bishop of Exeter and the Rev. Mr. Gorham is again about to occupy pub- lic attention. A great meeting, to discuss the subject, is to be held in London, when it is proposed to adopt the series of resolutions, of which the first will be the form of a protest against the judgement of the Gorham case. Tfie second "will consist of the adoption of an address to the Queen. Third: An ad...

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

public buildings, "with their sites, which became the property of the United States at the time of the annexation. Fourth. The United States, in consideration of said reduction of boundaries, cession of ter- ritory, and relinquishment of claims, -will pay to the State of Texas the sum of fifteen millions of dollars in a stock bearing five per cent inter- est and redeemable at the end of fourteen years, the interest payable half-yearly at the treasury of the United States. Fifth. Immediately after the President of the United States shall have been furnished with an authentic copy of the act of the general as- sembly of Texas, accepting these propositions, he shall cause the stock to be issued in favor of the State of Texas, as provided for in the fifth article of this agreement. Provided, also. That five millions of said stock shall not be issued until the creditors of the said State, holding bonds of Texas, for which duties on imports wore specially pledged, shall have first filed a...

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

- c s as-"'' 5ppPW'F j nm&&ip?&m&& m - V Sfeawt Communication Between' the Great Lakes and the Mississppi. it is well knowu that the Wisconsin and Fox rivers, in the State of Wisconsin, approach at one point within two miles of each other, the forraei falling into the Mississippi and the latu.-in to Lake A-fichigan. The land which sepa- rates these two rivt f at then ueuit-bt ap- p.oaeh is. so low as to bo ovt-tflow. d at hih wai , and th rm are tbvn united. Th Wiseon-iu i naigabi to tuK point without any iiuprovemuiit. The Fox ivums obstnic ted by -:ijiJ& which have thus far pievns . its navigation by at 'am. The oD-tuictiojs arc but few in nuinbor, and aily su u ount d ihe : ste of YVTschumu, by aid of u ant- t land of the Geneial Govurnm nt, has bevn cngagi'd for some time past iu lemoviug tlu obstructions, and consti uctiu locks .and ca- nals by the rapids, and tteambjutb will soon run from Lake Alichigin to Lake Winneba- go, a fine sheet of water about 3...

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

H8i8Sri f ""'" '.'.""4' '" mmii'iiiwi iiik 1 iw !""'' 1 mm 11 ...r. aasa, iw.-ii u iinii-nMv.iniirti.il uu, , i-ar mi '11111111 ,riir i-tt i-.i-v.i- 1,1 m. iwn iw,' n.i.riii;rm) m.1. m -Mi -r-jr,if.' i.u.i.ih.' ,i..i vT-Aff.rmvfcruaj.T': r-J.41 .vai.'-HW vi iHSBrawnBaTaea Keg bsasssaBWl ngsri tin1 1 l.rinrTnwrTrMMiM-Mri..MMMiii.1 1 Si - -Vf 3& f - ,& -!fe- t t N 3&fc - -r3v. .ig - . . - E-SLDOEE. ehmeji mi warn 1 1 -'P-oblhhedeviiFy Thursday, Slant Street, Houston, iy tiCItpSEIilIOOUE. - . i rKSf t etM-s.; , -g " - r- T J Suhscriptiotf'Tdl One Year,-. or'-Fifty'-Two Num bers,- --"' - V - - - X J53-..00 ,To MercltantBaud others advertising .by Ihoyejir, a,re4Soua!)l8xdecIuctIo"ii from theSbovejalesfnill be uiad?"' - -!, " "-'" ' StsR.n.b3atcard:',JPolitIcal an JJcersouaj3;o'iQinuiU- 'cations will beebargecfat thesamerales as-idyert-s- vipg. ""' " t Jjnw on Newspapers. 1 Suhcribris wlinjlo notgivecjirres'llotlco to "'e contiarj, . nKconidefeJcs iiliin to cjntmue their tubs...

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

S5Wwwe8K',- -" -- J JJ 4B -- &'. 5-v -jr py- 52222 $ , i. . . -,- trt.t... --fK.r -tf.-i? 1 muiauon noriionuiuon uituu country wiusu- tviner aamission as a ouire ut tne uihuh. cue istSfconly for a territorial government, and ought to undergo a long pupilage at that. We trust that Congress will make u summary dis- position of this question, and givo to the terri- tory such a government as her necessities re- quire and no other The St Louis Republican furnishes the fol lowing official report of the votes cast for officers, after the organization of the State Gov- ernment, viz: 'For Governor Henry Connelly, 5,7G8; Tomas Cabeza J)eBaca, 2, 724. For Lieutenant-Governor Manuel Alvarez, 4,586; Ceran St. Vrain, 3: 870. For Congret$Wm. S. Messervy, 934, Hugh N.Smith, 4, 374. In Jthe legislature, the vote for the U. S. Senators stood, as follows For Richard H. Weightman, 19; F. A. Cunningham, 17; A. W. Reynolds. 3: Jcaob Houehton. 1. It is stated that the. vote on the election of delegate...

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

r" riWI WWWWjPPIgJjjtf jB'T?HMMT""""?WS,"' M Ir it t 'I r. lK - t r 6 Accordingly one of our steamers advertised a tripoirsach a morning, to -return the same evening! several ladies were among the number that filled the saloon. I vras'amused at tearing' the speculations as to who Tvould be sea sick ; for nry-part ave lcarae(i to D0 sure, of .one( thing, i,owhen,nvascaueaon.io,6ay luuouia oe classed with the sick list, J .said -don't .know.-' We had not more than left the fort for the open sea before. ill tiro ladies and -many ot ihe .gen tlemen were nfit exactly as amiable -as whea.. we left the wharf. I too, though fhraxvlhe-" JJuJize fo this place I was ick onlyraT day, TA nassed a dav which Ishall not forget soon. Let me ask "wbv.lt Is that there is so little sympathy for this TanE of sickness; nearly every,-. weU personHsucJed-with high glee. 'True 43ie "en.; tlcuiea'wjeretoogalunt to let Tnesee uiein laugh atjpcandit they had it mattered not. However, Ve at last came to this ha...

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

jff1 M "WiiJ? .- s-j- -x ?&0tgjQ mv y-afeafcggt jy V toii tftV.'t. S - ' ' wR.. . :-... - r : V t.-V jg$5fc5 5.4S"s 'sgn- SA '?. ," ""L- - . VP x&j&it- '-' r...iv r' .r-r' - ? :$.-2u ?& m . . 1 -..--.., .i, -From thrT.'If -Banner, t oc -!. -v: ' Ear1ibeautie3lfiere;we..daUy meet,. P-And! flowers 8hed. their odors sweet , ;. i .: Upon the balmy air.. . , - ' " ' -'" O" pleasant 'tis to wander here dLtmoro, -when dew-drops shine ; For lovelier then each flower appears, !More-fairitheYerdant Tine. --,-.. And when the sun with fervid rays, l .. - " ? :; ' - . Shines on the noonday hour, : -A.. ;.;, : s- --'s&'Tis sweet to pass the time away, i.Str-: ;! Amid these shady bowers. ,,f When shadows lengthening o'er the plain, Remind that night draws nigh, I'd come to this fair spot again, " And hear the wind's last sigh. Ye voiceless beauties, yo have power gr- -,s: Tn-aTTIOO.t1 he brow of care. And soothe the melancholy hour, If free from dark despair. When passions dark...

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

rT!IH!gG-r -4C usinuLVjLsxxaKBsxmr-rtau.t,'jaijji teo-j v . . . . . . j-iwj ryjajt i.u -ai rrgrc.'tT'.'.Hi.iri.'zjir.mre '""" -""1-eacgg.ji m ,jr-4j V Bs. "Vr L - ? BY CRCJGBRfe MOORE T' Eablishsd every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CRUGEKJi MOORE. teems: Subscription for Onef Year, or Fiftv-T.wo Knm- bers, "- $3. 00 , - Advertising, one dollarper square for the first in- sertion, and.nfly cents for each subsequent insertion. ' . Teu lines orless to constitute square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal comrauni- 'cations will becharged at theeamorates as advertis- ing. 4 JLaw oil wVeiespapers. - - jSfcl.---Scbscribcrs who flonotgireeiproji notice to the contrary; i J. arocnnsulcreaasvwsuing w continue uieir-iuuscnpuoD. lUwMjC! -iraliicrib;rs neriect or refusa to take tlie!rpajsrs from the office to -which they anr directed, thgy -arc held rcs,io3ib'.etil thiv Jiave se...

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

" -K-" 5 tU Ik l f 'jJi.'.,M:. GOV. BELL'S VETO MESSAGE TO THE SENATE, On retiring to that. Body the Bill entitled "An Act requiring; the Governor to submit any prop- osition that ?.; be made by the Gorernmenl of the United States to the State of Texas for the purchase of a portion of iter Noilh Western territory, to the people. Exkcctivj: Department. Austin. Texas. Sept. 4, 1S30. To the Honorable Senate : Gentlemen A bill entitled "An net requiring the Governor to bubmit any proposition that may he made hy the Government of the United States to the Mate-of Texas, for the purchase of a portion of her northwestern territory tvi the paople, and which originated in the Senate, has been submitted to me, and after considering it "with entire deference to your Honorable body, it is with unfeigned regret that I feci myself constrained by an imperious sense of duty- and by a high regard for the honor, consistency and integrity of the State over which I have been called to preside, to return...

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

rr5w" .BM'"JB.- brings 150 passengers, the California mails, and a small amount of gold dusty-most of -winch is teconsitrncd to Maunsol White & Co. Oar files of California papers are to the 1st 3f August. We give a summary of the news: The excitement in the Southern- Mines -had Ireacbed suc'i a lieieht on Account of the raur- fders and robberies daily perpetrated, that the IrAurericjins licld a lncctirjr and resolved that ail Mexicans and South Americans should be ban- ished from the vicinity within a week. About 110 Mexicans had been arrested, .to- pother -trith some wbo were found where the! four murdered Americans (mentioned some lime jisici fcince-j were discovered, Tlw democratic candidates for Aldermen in San "Francisco,, lessors. Green and Grant, were chosen by a large majority. Great discoveries had been made near xhe Sierra Nevada, In one part of the Southern Klines-, a lump of gold, weighing four pounds, was found. 4 The miners were generally doing well. The average yi...

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

'Witli75"ggNirS',-!' '-'"-' - C -; , THE CROCODILE. A fable for ilittle folks and great ones too. BT MRS. J. L. GRAT. 6n the banks of the fertile and many-mouthed '-... - Nile - " A long time ago lived a fierce crocodile, "Who round him was spreading a vast desolation. 'fj For bloodshed and death seemed his chief occu- pation; 'Twas easy to see Io pity had he ; His tears wore but water there all could agree. Theshccphedcvoured, and theshepherd, T ween: The herd feared to graze iri the pastures so green. And the farmer -himself, should he happen to meethim, y The monster ne'er scrupleda moment to cat him. There never before Was panic so sore. On the banks of the Nile, as this creature spread o'er. "Wherever he went, all were flying before him. Tho' some- in their blindness, thought fit to adore him : r- But as they-cam o near, each his suite to prefer. This god made a meal of his base worshipper. By day and by night v t was his delight, His votaries to eat it was serving them right. ...

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

S . J r &p -. !' -V f I x i -TEJ,P!E--$& in advance. BTGaCJGER & MOOHE. . . MiiMt$ MB BSGIST1R, Publisked'-cvery'TJiuredajj Slain Street, Houston, hy T O - 4 :Subscrptio2i for One Year, or JFLftv-Two lum bers, '. -:-; - -.-- - - $3. oo Advertising. 4no dollarpsr square for the first in- C - serfioi, .and fifty eenu for each -iib-equentinsertion. iF Teultaes orless JLo constitute a square. ' 'To lerchaatsaud others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above .rates .u!l be niade- .Steamboat cards, Political and Personal coinmuni- cations.wuTbech'irgod at thesainerales as advertis- 4ngr- ".. . jt 1. Subscribers .Ko do not giro express notice to the coiitrciy, Sire considered as wishing to continue tl.eir suticription. ( J 2. Isubscribers order tltcdisccatmuunce of their pnpers,hc jiaWisIierKay continue to send them tillall tliatisduc bejiain. "3- JXtubscKbers neg'ect or refuse to talc their paper3,from the " -ofuce.to -ohitli 4Lcy ae dircstsd, tljey are ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 September 1850

e&&ns&a- -$ &'&gi5$ri m 4i .- A STRONG MAN. The papers slate that John "Williams, a ."Welchman, employed in straighteniug rails at the irou works on the Conestoga, Lancas- ter county, Pa., uses a sledge weighing nine- ty pounds. Every rail made requires at leasl seven blows with fhis immense hammer to straighten it; and as all the rails are straigh- ten by him, he is compelled to give nearly one thousand blows with it every day. EARLY CURRENCY IN NEW ENG- LAND. Such coin as the emigrants in New Eng- land brought with them quickly went back again in payment for imported goods; but so long as the emigration was kept up, the in- convenience was little felt. The sudden stop put to immigration, occasioned by politi- . nnl nVmno-fis in Kno-land. caused a areat fall ofprices, and a corresponding difficulty of paying debts- I axes naa an aiong weu paid in grain and cattle, at rates given by the General Court ; and grain at different prices for the different sorts, was no...

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

u For the Telegraph. Ma. Editor Recent events Eecm to have uncorked the "Small Beer politiciau"'of the Galveston Journal, and for the want or other objects upon which to vent Ills spleen, he rushes ptll mell at "Houston," and, after a little preliminary fizzing his mentaljluid efferresces like a bottle of ginger pop. He says' that for the want of news, he will "gratify Houston," who "aspires" to be 'noticed by the Journal." Aspires! bah! "Mr. Houston' mast bo a man of boundless ambition (in the eye of-the Journal) to aspire to such distinguish- ed notoriety. The Editor solcinuly avers that Hous- ton is'ambitious "ambitious of being noticed by the Journal." Heaven save the mark? Dgps Mr. Tar- ver imagine that kis notice, confers honor upon its sub- ject I Who, pray, la Mr. Tarver ! It can o;ily be replied that he is the Editor of the Gclze3lon Jour- nal, and he, has yet to show that his notice confers Jionaf or dishonor upon any body. It was unnecessa- ry for the Editor to sneer at t...

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

Jrfi5F' ?'V&if'ZJ-f- - "Jii-r -.-o- r. The Thibwlaus Minerva- says- tb.at.an un- sucoesafalattempt to burn that town, was made on Wednesday week. , Lake Champlain is to be bridged near the Canada line: - The committee are now exam- ining the -point where the work is to be com- menced. It is estsmated that the number of erni- grants'that will reach this country from Eu- rope duringthe present year will exceed 250,000. The Boston Traveller notices as a fact that cotton goods made by the Tuscaloosa Manu- facturing Company of Scottsville, Alabama, are now;soldin'th.eJ3oston market. An Alabama Correspondent thus writes : "The drought in East Alabama, is the most -withering that this country has ever The corn crop is cut short, very near, seen. ifnot-quite one half. All garden vegetables are nearly parched. Cotton much injured, Sadness pervades the land." ' . 'R.C. Adv. A Yankee's Idea : John. Kcal pre- dicts that the time will come when a man's perspiration will be turned to account ...

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