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

-- v -Bramr1 -- yjjg ..,. ..,.. , ' T&S&tlfi-3 in aclvsiEice. Published Weekly. or 5 at the end oi tlie year BY CRUGEE & MOORE. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, CIOBER 16, 1850. VOL. XV. N"().42.-:WH()LENO.?73 nwfc vnci - u i-.i i .hi I'iMGRAPfi USD BfiOISTSR; Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CKUGER& JilOOUE. TERMS .Snbscriptioa for Oao Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, - 63-00 -Advertising, one dollarper square for the first in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent rasertioii. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deductTqn from the above rales will be made. Stflamhoatcard-, Political and Personal communi cation-- wih be charged at the same rates as advertis- ing j& nv on Newspapers, I, nltfcribers who do cot -rive pxj.res" notice to the contrary, are eonstifensl ts wisliir-s to continue their 5ulecri.tion. '2. irubicribers order the ducontmumice of their pnpcrs.tlie liabtUhjr may coatiau...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 October 1850

r B Mllll OWJ""11 - acres, is to be 100 feet in height, and is to contain eight miles of tables. The amount already obtain- I ed by subscription is over $300,000. It is estimated 1 that at least half a million of people will visit the ex- hibitions iu the course of the six mouths ft is to con- tinufl, and the receipts from this source, at the pro- j bable admission price of one shilling, or twenty-four ' cents per head, will give 120,000. But tho funds i derived from overt- source will fall short of the enor mous expenses lo "bo incurred, aud the deficiency will in the end, probably have to he macie up oy parlia- ment More space in the bazaar has been allotted to the United States than to any other nation excepting France; but, though we have 80,000 square feet al- lotted to us, wo shall probably have to ask for more room. The American agent, Mr. Thompson, writes that the State of New York alone would, if allowed, fill the entire space assigned to the couulry. Tho prizes to successf...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 October 1850

fT B' V r York, and in Springfield and Worcester, ;s. denouncing the Fugitive Slave law. At ingfieldj where many runaway negroes have hered, resolutions were passed to resist the petition of the law at all hazards. f New York Markets. ew York," Octobor 2, 8 p. ai. In flour. a fderate husiuess lias heen done; prices in jror of buyers. Nhe corn market is dull: sales ;day 19,000 bushels at 65 cents. 3.000 Tshels Genessee wheat soldat $1 70, and 1,200 lichigan at 1 60. Provisions are unchanged. :css pork selling at 10 62 1-2. Stocks are jithoat alteration. Out-door operations have ' pen checked during the day by rainy weath- er. " . e Rise ix the Ohio. Cincinnati,' October 3. Tiie river has risen ! ,even feet here: and is still swelling. Markets. Kb sales of fibur: prices unchanged. Whis- key is firm at 23 cents. Groceries also firm, with moderate sales. Nothing doing in provis- ions to-day. River. Lower. Pittsbcrg, October 3. There are three feet eight inches waterMn the channel to-day...

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

. -vj mC-pr J ', - 1 k " ACCIDENT AND LOSS OF LIFE. A most melancholy accident took place at Johnson's Point, about two miles above btuy- vesant Landing, where a large number of iimn are engaged in blasting locks on the line ot the Hudson River Rail Road It appears that several large charges had been put in aud set off as usual, and the men wei e 1 etui ning to their woik, when it wa? discovered that one had not gone off, one or the men went to pull out the fuse, when it exploded, blowing th'1 man's head entirely off and mutilating hii body in a mobt hoi rid mauuer. Seveial oi the other workmen were severely injured by the fragments of rocks which wee tin own out one had a leg bioken, another an arm, and some three or four others in vaiious ways. Hudson Gazette. LARGE YIELD OF WHEAT. A few kernels of a variety of wheat, at least twice the size of the ordinal y kind, weie recently leceived in this city in a letter fioin Australia. By cultivation it had incuas d to a considerable quan...

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

'&.' i ..- g, vi. - ... . ,;&Jii'i T&ll JTV $3 in advance. BY CRUGER & MOORE! ELfiGRiP MO REGISTER, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CROttBR&MOORE. , terms: ! ibscriptiou for One Year, or Fifty-Tw o Num- bers, - 3-00 Advertising, one dollarper square for the first in- sertion, and fifty cent- for each subsequent insertion. Tcu-taes or less to constitute a square. ro"Vrch.it-ud others advertising bytheyear, a r.is-unble deduction from the above rates will be made- r ' St" cati n ing- uaaateurd. Political uud Personal coinmuni-wil-. becharged at thesamerates as advertis- j&vu7 on Newspapers. 1. Subscriber who do not give express notice to the contrary, . " are considered cs wishing to continue their .ubtcnption. 2 If subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, the publisher may continue to send them tillall that is duo bepaid. 3 If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the office to which they are directed, they are...

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

- .SSPiPi 4 Z r WE i require comment But we will examine the question, by reference -to the map, you will perceive that the nearest point from our settled portion of country is the intersection of the 32nd parallel. A computation t)f distance would show that the distance from Austin to the nearest part of the line is 330 odd miles. It is also about the same distance from any other part of the State settled by Amoricau population. Now I trabrait it to you, Mr. Editor, if there is a shadow of reason in the assertion that the contiguity of a free State formed out of this territory, affords facilities to fugitive slaves. What negro would not hug his slav- ery, (rather than risk himsell in an uncertain waste of three or four hundred miles, and that too with hun- dreds of roving Indiaus to bo found on the eutiro route. It must also be recollected that the Republic of Mex- ico offers better and surer inducements, and is much nearer and by better defined routes. In Mexico when- ever a slave...

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

r ly oi xgc:i f ue rcabaurUeJ during the night, and again liberate with the return of light." But another writeraffiirms, "Evening water- ing cools the surface excessively, and chills 'the roots of plants. I prefer the early part of the morning for watering all plants out of doors, and about noon, to water those, in the house," thus leaving to fair experiment, the '.settlement of the question ; all agreeing in V -Jim .fact, that if you begin the practice of wa- " Bering you must continue it, for the fibrous roots, no longer depending upon themselves ' fbr.a supply and diving into the subsoil for it, turned upwards, expecting to receive it from above, and immediate y suffer for the want of it, if it be not constantly lournished by sur- 'faco watering. Boston Cultivator. For the Telegraph. PEARCE'S BILL. Among the many questions that have been presen- ted to the citizens of Texas since, they first withdrew fromtho misrule of Mexico, there has arisen no one of more vita! importance tha...

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

t,4pp1' Sr; dfV" f , i FOOD RAISED ON AN ACRE. The amount of human food that can he pro- duced upon an acre is worthy of great consider- ation. One hundred bushels of Indian corn per acre is not an uncommon crop. One peck per week will not only sustain life, hut give a man strength to Jabor, if the stomach is pro- perly toned to the amount of food This. then, would feed a man four hundred weeks, or almost eighty years. Four hundred bushels of northern potatoes can also be raised upon one acre. This would give a bushel a week for the same length of time; and the actual weight of an acre of sweet potatoes is 71.344 pounds, which is not con- sidered an extraordinary crop. This would feed a man six pounds a day for 3557 day, or nine and two-thirds years! 'To vary the diet, we will occasionally give lice. ' This has been grown at the rate of ninety-three bushels to the acre, over an entire .field. This, at 15 pounds to the bushel, would be4.185ib5.:or .at 18 pounds to the bushel, . when ...

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

iTfifi r' 3 iia advaucc 'eeiily. or $5 qt the eiad ol the yeas jfuousiien w ; . BY CRiTGEE & MOORE. tr 'UhMWl MB BfiQISIBB, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CRTJGER& IHO ORE. t e sjai s : 3 inscription for OneYear, or Fifty -Two Num- bers, $3. 00 j. v Advertising, one dollaper square for the first in- . 3ortion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. "' Tea ifnes-orless 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 beVuarged at the same rates as advertis- Jbaw on Wcicspapers. 'l. Sntucnbere who ilo notgive express notice to the contrary, ore considered as wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order tLe discontinuance of their paper, the publisher may continue taseni them till all that is due be paid. 3 If subscribers neg'ector refuse to take their papers from the office to which they...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 October 1850

B. ?"ir 1 l aPr & & & :. K :-r . - 3-- - - ; s" a- MARRIAGE STATISTICS. From the Registrar's report now before ub. Bays the London Times, we are enabled approx- imately to judge, how many old men upon the average make fools of themselves, and how many old women make fools of young men : we also "ascertain what is the' age "within whieh a lady may contemplate marriage na a possibility, and what is the more limited period within which it is '-highly probable." In the first place. JiOweverrwemust beg leave to go back for an instant to the "table of births, in order to remark that there is no foundation for the not uncom- mon idea that more females than males are born in this country : it appears that on the-contrary. the males born in the year 1848 exceeded the females by 13.633. This circumstance is valu- able, as antagonist to the fact that the occupa- tions of men aud the increased difficulty of main- taining a family defer or preclude an entrance into new responsibiliti...

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

return passage thro' them. mo3t Hazardous. iThe spectators on- shore were quite unableto render any assistance to their friends afloat. Much time had been pent, and the danger seemed to increase rather than diminish. Our ifriend.4he dog, lookedon for a length of time, evidently aware of there being great cause for anxiety in those around. Presently, however, ' ho took to the water and made his way thro" to the boat. The crew supposed he wished to join them, and made various attempts to induce him to come on board: but no' he would not go within their xeach, and continued swimming about a short distance from them. After a while. and several comments n the peculiar conduct ot the dog, one of the hands suddenly divined his apparent meaning: "Give him the 'end of a rope." he said; -that is what he wants " The rope was thrown the dog seized the end in an instant -turned round, and made straight for the hhore where, a few minutes.afterwards. lo it and crew, thanks to the intelligence of ....

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

.' L st x - &r ci H ., iL- ?.r Amin -Bej -will meet Mr. Webster in Boston, "2nd dine "with him at Marshfield. ""Cameron Connty, on the Rio Grande, gave Allen 791 votes, more than half of which, the "Flag" says were from the Mexican sid of the river. SALE OF AUSTIN LOTS. Comptroller's Office, ) Austin, September 12, 1850. TN Conformity with Law, there will be sold, at Pub- lic Auction, to the highest bidder, at theComptroll or"a Office, on Monday, the 16th Day of December. 1850, such of the unsold LOTS belonging to the State, situated in the City of Austin, not exceeding one half of the entire number, as may be deemed expedient. TERMS: One third Cash, the other two thirds in" two equal Instalments, the first payable Six Months from the date of sal", the other in Twelve Months, for which notes, with approved security, must be executed; possession given on the pujment of the first instalment A failure to pay either of the Instalments as they become due, acts at. a forfeiture of the...

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

"U-V VW-eC t"T- ".-SMfc, -S 3 'w. -. XAS REGI STEft. nnpfcM BM5MBBMaHBgaBB xag kbmmmcL". within " t Tsaw gwa i bm TE-ltifZSvSS Ira advance. Published Weekly. t or S at the end oi lire ji ? V BY CRUGER & MOORE. EOUSTCXN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1850.. VOL. XV. NO. 46.--WHOLE NO.. Jlfi . '-rtfnoiiiiiAPir and HMMB JJIJU U UltiU UL Jill U 11M U1JJ A JUAij - vTuilished every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by ,""- ', t (JRUGER fc JUOOltE. 3?Si - T E K M S : .inbscripVou jor Ouo Year, or Fifty -Two Num- beV. ------ .3.00 SrtVSlvErtisIug.'OUC dollarper square, for the first in- sertiou. and fifty couUfor each subsequent insertion. Teu 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. 51 Stfeftinboatcard", Political and Persona) communi- -cattons will bo charged at thebatne rates as adverlis- p - o J?5. c. - JLtsic on JYewspajpei'S. 1. Subscribers who do-not give express notice to Ihe coutr...

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

1 egE; I ' M ' misircss herself came dovvarromitheiibig house, th very day after the family returned home from'lVance: and b'ought wine, food uwdic"e lmen,ad every thing we conld vvaut. H? ? T " Shortly after. the kind laSywas gono, my mother took the change for aeatlfj KerTionses came hack1, she grew quite strong-KLe'unTsaTTip straight in the bed. - " V" iBring me the child, Sally, aUagh, she said And when learned little .nary oveno ner, sue iuuk.-eliuto-tho liuy faco, us ifshe was reading it like a book. , J "You-won't he long'away from me, my owuone," ehesaid, while her tears lolt"down upon the child, like summer rain. "Mother," said I, as well as I could speak for crying, "sure you know I'll do my heal to teud hof." . "I know you will, acushla; you were always a true and dutiful daughter, to me and to him that's goue ; but, Sally, there's that in my weeiiy one that won't let her thrive without the mother's hand over her. and the mother's heart for her's to lean against. And .now...

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

the thousand" and'one nostrums, that are s?t before'lheir'eyes ; arid-then reflect upon tiie fortunes built up by their manufactures and venders." ' How great must b. the quantity of drus consumed when profits on tiiutr sales paylbrtliis immense range of adrertiseing, 'and Jeave still enough to make large fortunes for ibosejvho compound them into pretended specifics5 for'all liie diseases thai flesh is heir Why. will not the people open their eyes and look- his matter distinctly ,in the face? Why will thy -continue in buy bottle after holt ie, arid hox after box of medicine, on the mere redcimeiidatioo -of those who aits inter- ested in tfceir -sale, 'while they are totally ig- noranl oftbe kind of drugs they are putting Into their stomachs 7 No wonder mi many are sick so many in poor health so many c it down before- their time. True wisdom, in this respec', is (o look to the preservation of jeallh, by an observance if the eominon. laws of health. If a distur- bance takes place in t...

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

v- - HYMN OF THE TWELFTH CENTURY. film! brt thfi mountains, l. 'SBrighfcoeai'anjouriiains, r :-"': 'Dawns the fairda-of Jeacoand-love..- . Ivi'il. J.ofT-Natipns-aro'wiHng, . -'- - -, -' -' Where the day-breaking, . JS'- ri,oooi?Ji2fTondff'thatT)rood above. Jr ugB--- &'-- '-. "Welcomer bright morning, AlLtbe earth adorning! Gentiles And Jews-shall O.wn thy feway ; Kings have confessed thee; Prophets Lave blessed thee, But never lived to see thy day. ToTW-is-giveri, Like a -glimpse of heaven,. Light of thatglory promised long: Oh, may it brighten, -jpwfwsy - ?m535?W-'ts n su ii:iiia full n.n rl stron cr. --,v- C-3-n - 0 God, most holy, - m. -c -' - 7ajn -would we, though lowly, ; ' - . - Send up our mingled praise to Thee ; ' ." Thine is the giving, - ':' - - Ours the receiving; " ' Thine shall the endless glory be ! FOR SALE OR RENT. T HE Store House and Dwelling ou Congress street, laid v occupied by F. R. Gans a good. . J f - r,;i,t m-nnni-v Till lui CfllH VPTV loW clouu iwl 11...

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

"i " '-TOO Hill!! miii iriffiiffe miPiffti ntvpn ! Bfc iSSfc & ""& m r- - iS Of rL12 0 j4.-j. aamcwaxg nuxm&ctaszai iTf? 1 S5 aa !?aEAce. Published Weekly. or 5 at the end of the year . -3T CR GEE & MOORE. HOUSTON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1850. VOL. XV. N0.47.-WHOLE NO. 778 jst b i iiiiar fi 9iiy i it ml mm elm irrnvrwrni' i rn '-"' ViIMfi-ir rir-.T j J--TTrmrn ii'ttwi n nw 1 1 i i t iiiiiiii ihph i i nrrrTwi?rn ! p . . m "i - - " mm aiBnbHLiiigiJtnj.Mniin ujjacn hot r "-- rMPi " fi m m !. f IlLSUEAPli MB RBI08T8H, "Published every Saturday, 3Iain Street Houston, by CaUGER.Ss MOORE. terms: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, 83-oo Advertising, one dollarper square for the first in- sertion, -and fifty ceats for each subsequent insertion. Ten Sines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a rasaable deduction from the above rales will be timde Sto&moaat cards, Political aud Personal communi- cations will bechar...

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

"? ' "l" "-1' ill ."The effect of medical tieaunent complete !v corroborates these views. Indeed, they who lalk of and believe in diseases of the j mind, are too wise 'to put their trust in men- tal remedies. Arguments, discourses, ser- mons have never yet restored any patient ; llle moral pharmacopoeia is quite inefficient ; dnd no real benefit can be conferred without vigorous medical treatment, which is its eiu- tcacioti's in" these affections a3 in the diseases ..r-f any other organ." . g' . -? -Rice - BAvcjr.A?rGE. IJoil half a pint of "whole rice in as little water as possible, till ". all the grain? Ipse their iurtn and become a .jSoft mass. Next put it into a sieve, and drain ' and press out all.the water. Then return it to the'Sauce-pan, and mix with it a large half pint of rich milk, and a quarter of a pound of powdered sugar. Boil it again till the whole ' is reduced to a pulp. Then remove it fiom , the fire, and stir in (while hot,) a wine glass of rose-water. Din your m...

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

lyarrived at New-Orleans from Sun Francis- co, brought about'50,000 of counterfeit notes most of them $50,00 on the bank of Missou- ri, and bills on the Charleston (S. C.) banks. The streets of Houston have been comjdete- " j crowded with wagons, for the last three or -four weeks. It is estimated that over seven thousand bales of cotton have boen received -here this season. And goods to .he amount -of over a million of dollars have been sent into the interior. So many negroes have fled to Canada. 'since the passage of the Fugitive Slave Law that the Canadians along the line are urging the Legisialure to have some action to pre- vent the people of that section from being overwhelmed by their sable brethren. The '.editor of the Atnherslberg 'Courier, re- fering to these emigrants saysi "When some 3'ea.rs ago, the poor inhabi- tants of Great Brilian and Ireland flocked over to this province loo rapidly, our liberal -.Government imposed a poll tax upon all per- sons landing on our shore...

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

-- 3 c ' Bacon and Hams. UjJTIERCES-Duffie!?l'8 Westphalia Hams, jlvcasks Bacon sides. -,v!Per 'Palmetto, for sale by , " aug-13 - HENRY SAMPSON. ,4jj Wooden Ware, l"D EC EIVED per barque Lucerne, from Boston, - JLV . Wooden Churns, cedn r, Woo3en Meurcres, seuled . fe . J " Well Buckets, " P" TL -" Bowls, -"' CliopTravs. r" Barrel Covers, Vraulied Kcelen., ButterScoons, Cocoa Dippers, js- ' AVheclBarrowsfor Children, B rooms, etc etc. 4jan27 .. GROESnEKCK. CnOKTS & Co. K."r. HATS. HATS, Mouse colored Bevear, ' .- Brown Double Leghorn, ;T " Fashionable .2 J3rowa single " ' Fashionable Extra-fine Moleskin, . " . ' Super, " " ad M. , - " Boys ' . " Campedchy, , t?-t " Palm Lcif jastrecelvjonr ' ieby . GiioFsucejc, CaaKK. & o. s Wagon F.OR SALE, cheap, if immediately applied for- Vor cash or corn. B. DLAM, ' octJst next to Market Square. Ifcgfmed Sugars. --JlVTfEW ORLEANS Loaf Sugar, small. -X x Refined do " " Paraxon do .Tnat r.fpivnrf anil for sa'e b. i f&e 13 HENRY SAMPS...

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