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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 November 1850

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 November 1850

- expressly chosen with reference to them, and I believing it to be the desire -..w every memoer of your honorable body to carry out in the purity arid spirit of our Republican Institutions and form of Government the wishes of those by whom they have been delegated, I did not believe that 1 could renderjyou a more accept- able, and the only practicable, mode whioh the time permitted, of causing those wishes to be made known to you before you should be called on to act finally on a question involving such high and vital interest to the State. To the Chief Justices of the different Counties was confided the discretion of appointing the day forreceiving the votes upon the propositions submitted, and I was induced to adopt this ar- rangement from the very limited time (much too limited) which the Bill allowed the State for consideration and action. It imposed a degree of responsibility that I was assured would be promptly met, and necessarily excited vigilance in the duty required, calc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 November 1850

tsaiecwswEg"-" .. V. ter. The gentlemen appointed to deliver the lecture this week are distingufsed for Scien- tific attainments of a high order, and we doubt not they will attract a large audience. TELEGRAPHED TO THE SEW ORLEAXS PICAYUNE. Markets. New York, Friday, Nov. 22. At Havre on the 7th, coitou was dull and declining. Baring's circular quotes coffee firm in continental markets, with moderate inquiry. Sugar advanced, with email stocks, in continental ports. Browrr and Shipley's circular Bays that cotton had declined from $ to 5 within ten days. Second Despatch. FCkTIlER. FItOJI EUROPE. Baltimore, Satiud ty, November 23 The Bavari- an and Austrian troop? have taken possession of Kcs-6ce-Casbe!. They found it entirely witltout defences The Prussian troop3 have also entered the Electo rate. The Austrian army has been imnjusely enlarged New York. B Cotton declined - at New York to-day. 'J' h i r d Despatch. Explosion of a Li.ve-of-Battle Snir. Baltimore, Saturday, Nov. 23. Tho Ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 November 1850

MEDICAL CARD. DOCT. J C. MASSIE tenders his professional services" to those who may desire them. Olfico one door north of Dr. Parker's office, and nearly oppo- site telegraph office. Honston, August 10th, 1849. dwtf480 SOAPSTONE GRIDDLES, P OR bakinrBuckwheatand other calei, without theme o crease. Just received and for J.ile by . SI8 GROCSBEECK COOKE &. Co jan PLANTATION GOODS. AXARGE assortment of goods necessary for plantation nse, kept constantly on hand aud foi sale, .by GaonsuB.'K, Coon & Co Exchange on Hew Orleans rN Sums to suit purchasers, forsaleby L auglG HENRY SAMPSON KENTUCKY AND INDIA BAG- GING. O " Bales India Bagging, vU 100 pieces Kentucky do. 100 coils do Rope, just rerei .red and .forsaleby octS HENRY SAMPSON. SALE OP AUSTIST LOTS. Comptroller's Office, Austin, September 12, 1850. IN Conformity w ith Law, there u ill be sold, at Pub- lic Auctiou,"to the highest bidder, at the Comptroll- er's Office, on Monday, the 16th Day of December, 1850, snch of the un...

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

fff FtijS. 4 $3 in irivniscc. Published ZVcckly. or 5 at the end ol Use year BY CRuGkE, ds MOOKb. HOUSTON FHIDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1850. VOL. XV. NO. 50.--WHOLE NO. 781 ZBEBXOXI riLV TELEGRAPH ASD REGISTER, Published every Saturday, Main Street, Houston, by . cruger& juoore. terms: ibscriptiou for Ouo Year, or Fifly-Two Num- bers, - - - " - - - $3. 00 -Vir Ttisiii. )ue dollarper square for the first iu- stirliou. and fifty coats for each subsequent msertiou. I'sa Lues or loss to constitute a square. Ci Merchants aud others advertising by the year, i r- (-.mablo de'ductiou from the above rates will be made. Si- .irso.it cards Political aiidPersoualcoinmiini- cutSv lilt be charged at thesame rates as advcrtts- ' JL'itv on Acivspfipers, - i. 3jcnl)?n who do not give express notice to I lie contrary, ars co-j-iriere j i wishing to co" timie their subscriitioii. !L 1fnlH.-ri!HH order t'.a iliroi.tinuance of their papers the h&sr aiar-caajrauetoseiid.tlicra tiilall : t!ial"nire bcjipl...

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

' 150 earpets were made in England. The beds on which our ancestors slept were often made of straw even the king's beds were made of it to the year 123-i. Linen was first made in En- . gland iu 1253. English blankets were not "made before about 1340. Calico was not manu- factured in England till 1702. EXPLANATION Of Sir. Scott of Harris, to Mr. Wigfall of Har- rison, in the House of Representatives. From the South-Western American. Mr. SCOTT: I beg leave to explain. I did not rise for the purpose of making a speech, but I merely wanted to interrupt the gentleman from Harrison for the purpose of setting him right in relation to certainfacts. In the first place then, he sets out from pre- mises that are wholly incorrect, when ho states the reasons I have assigned for my vote. 1 did ' not refer to the action of the lust Legislature as one of those reasons. The few remarks which I made were simply to the effect that the ques- tion had been fuily discussed at the last session, and that't...

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

'V nJi 'She late eleelion in Georgia for delegates (o the State convention, has resulted in the - complete triumph of the Onion party- Out of the "uventy-ihiee counties, the disunionists . have carried only three- The Astronomical Lecture of Mr. Statiley on Wednesday evening, at the Methodic Church, was highly interesting, and was lis- 'iened to with great attention by the large and "very respectable audience (hat attended. Much credit is due Mr. Statiley for this gene- rous efiurt lo-esdle an interest in the coiwnu- iiity in the cause of science. Dr Shadeand his associates of the German Musical Club, contributed greatly to the enteiUiinment of the audience Iiy singing at the c'-'tntnenc-ment - .ai.-d close (A tne Liectute, some i'ery choice i.i. 5eiman tneludiea. MesBr?. Harris & Morgan intend to place two new steamers in their Hue between Xew 'Orleans. and Galveston and Matag'di bay. Their line will hereafter be corapoeed of the old steamers Palmetto and Galveston, and th?. ew...

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

ESTATE OF DANIEL T. FITCHETT, Dec'd. OTICE is hereby giyeu that I have been appoin- ted administrator of said estate hv the comity Court of Harris county, State of Texas. All persons having claims against said estate will present them within the time prescribed by law. JONATHAN HULL, Ad'mr. Houston, Nov. 11th, 1850. 6w777 "OTICE. The undersigned has been appointed administratrix of the estate of Kitson Moinss, de ceased, and notifies all creditors to preset.t their claims for allowance. MINERVA MORRISS. Houston, 6lh Nov. 1S50. 6v777 INSURANCE, EIRE, INLAM) AND MARINE, BY THE Protection Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn. Capitol Stock, - - $200,000 t JMiE above Compiny has opened an office in Gal- t veslou, aud will issue polices on buildings, Mer- chandize in stores, Shipments of Cotton, Sugar, Mo- lasses, Hides and all oiher articles of Merchandize on the navigable rivers of TeM, or shipment by sea to any of the harbors of the ITnted States, Mexico or Europe. This Company has been ...

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

. . E35v -S3 SS3 i S VSSSk eSS 5 SrtS Sk "!S Sssa STSS S3 sss -s n KSi 6 es sra 5KB1 .-- SS. -r. -. . ' ' ' T32 &-?' $3 in acivusscc. BY CRuGER & MOORE. iOi fl IM BSfllSTBB, 11 I'-OatlSilS i.-ery Saturdayrolaia Street, Houston, ay CitUliHlJC ilOOKE. terms: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, - S3- 00 Advertising, one doilarpcr square forlhe first in- sertion, :iud si fly cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To "Merchants and others advertising by the year, a rntsouabla deduction from the above ralesv.iil be ilia ile. Steimboatcards, Political and Personal coinmimi- catiaus will be charged at thcBume rates as advertis- ing. Haw on JVisivspitpers. - 1. Subscribers who do potgive exjirets notice to the coiitrary, are considered as wishing to continue Iheir subscription. 2; Ifsubscribcrs order tiis discontinuance of their papers, the piib!ihsr may o'ltiuue tn send them till ai! that is due be;-aid. 3 If subscribers neglect...

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

PRESIDENT'S -MESSAGE. Fdlow-Cilizens of thcJScnalc and Souse of Rcprcsenlathes: . ' Being suddenly called in the midst of the last Bession of Congress,T)y a painful dispensation of Divine Providence, to the responsible station which I now hold, I contented myself with such communications to the Legislature as the ex- igency of the moment seemed to require. The country was shrouded in mourning, for the loss of its venerated Chief Magistrate, and all hearts were penetrated with grief. Neither the time nor the occasion appeared to require or to jus- tify on my part, any general expression of poli- tical opinions, or an announcement of the prin- ciples which would govern me in the discharge of the duties to the performance of which I had been so unexpectedly called, i trust, therefore that it may not be deemed inappropriate, if I .- avail myself of this opportunity of the rc-assem biing of Congress to make known my sentiments "in. a general manner, in regard to the policy which ought to...

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

" -- ,Xhe lateeieetion in Georgia for du legates to the State convention, has resulted in the complete triumph of the Union paily- Out of the twenty-three counties, the disuninnisU have carried only three. The Astronomical Lecture of Mr. Stanley on Wednesday evening, at the Melhodit Church, was highly interesting, and was lis- tened to with great attention by the large and very respectable audience (hat attended. Much credit is due Mr. Stati'.ey f:r this gene- rous efiort to-cscUe an interest in the commu- nity in the cause of science. Dr Shadeand his associates of die Gorman Musical Club, contributed greatly to the enteilainraetit of the audience liy singing at the commencement ,ai:d close of she LecUiie, some very choice Jeiman tnelodies. Messrs. Harris & Morgan intend to place two new steamers in their lice between Xew "Orleans. aud Galveston and Matagordi bay. Their line will hereafter be composed of the old steamers Pal nieKo and Galveston, and ths aew steamers jUt-srco and...

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

Sl ESTATE OF DANIEL T. FITCHETT, Dec'd. NOTICE is hereby friyeu that I have been appoin- ted administrator of said estate by the county Court of Harris couuty, State of Texas. All persons having claims against said est ate will present them within the time prescribed by law. JONATHAN HULL, Ad'mr. Houston, Nov. 11th, 1850. Cw7?7 NOTICE. The undersigned has been appointed administratrix of the estate of Uitson Motnss, de- ceased, and notifies all creditors to presei.t their claims for allowance. MINERVA MORRISS. Houston, 6th Nov. 1850. 6w777 FffiE, INLAND AND MAKLNE, BY THE Protection Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn. Capitol Stock, - - $200,000 1 1 HE above Company has opened an office in Gal- JL vestou, and. will isssuc polices on buildings, Mer- chandize in stores, Sl..pnienlsofCotlou, Sugar, Mo- lasses, Hides nud all oilier articles of Merchandize on the navigable rivers of Tcai, or shipment by sea to onyoflhc harbors of the UnUed States, Mexico or Eurone. This Coninauv has been ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 January 1851

-- -aau -- V j- pgg- - gur i muainrMati i m i i ' " KiaEBaKZxfmr-'M -r- - --Hgg &? tarkafcjyjazacsgfcriTffTrsx.aAq 'ulZJ---& in :idvscc. I'ublished HVceftfy. or 85 at the endoi the year - - h BY GRQGEE & MOORE. 115MJ H.IJI TilBHUPH IB ijl51fi Published every Saturday, Main Street. Houston, by CXIUER.& JHOOKE. T 13 R m-s : Subscription: for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, - S3-"0 Advertising, ono doliarpcr square for the first in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. , Tou Jiaos oriess to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising bytheyear, a r.isonablo deduction from the above rales will be made. '. , Steamboat carcf, Political and Personal communi- cations will be charged at thesame rales as advertis- US- ' ljf;w on Newspapers. 1. nliscribers who do not give express notice to Ibc contrary, arc considered as wisbins to continue their siibscri-.'.ia. 2. If ..abicriliers order the discontinuance of their papers, the pub!u!i2r nay con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 January 1851

1 .1 - V. India proper since the -departure of the last znau. . The Hill tribes on the Kohafc frontier were again manifesting a hostile desposUion, and the passage through their defiles was interrup- ted. Disaffection and mutinies amrong tic Mizores native regiments still contin'-.ft"tft fiT;!t-. From Hong-Kong wo lea-.n that the insurgents were getting the better 'df the Imperiai troops. aiuuibivuo U..UV.UW1 . ,obers were plundering. Intelligence had -0i,.i o; F ... tegfrfil?' thp' Dut be Chinese' on the - B00-1" -orcial news from Iudia and China ;j JBPttclorJ CITY COUNCIL. Houston, Dec. 23, 1850. Board met. Present, his hon. the Mayor, ' Aldermen Bergen, Belles, Kennedy, Shep- herd, Taylor and VanAIsiyne. The minutes of the last meeting were read nnri ndonted. Alderman Kennedy moved that the sum of nine dollars be allowed Dr.-iMcAnolly, in ad- Uition to his last account; cariied. His hon. the Mayor, chairman of commit- tee to contract for building shed over the u;harf, reported th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 January 1851

( I ?? Seventeen were drowned. Two or three of those saved "were badly burned Otie soldier s wife j umped overboard and was drowned. Another zbrew her litf lo child over first and swrang after it. IJotli were drown- ed. . None of the non-commissioned jsffioers of the ' soldiers were injured. Lieu:. Williuniboa was . the only commissioned officer with the party. i - Tue boldierk lost all thcirknapsacks. clothing -mid bsnij;c i'he officers of the boa. lo&i every thing. The ladies saved uowittig A -few tf il.tr p-nsengors saved their trunks. Yhh that estvptiorj. ail who reached i he ahure .-aved autliiu but the ci'wthc.s they wore The Ijnai burned aboui turse hours and to the v.v.ters ede Mic then sank in eighty feet water. Boat anil cargo, which latter consisted of Hour, butter A c, are a total loss. The boat struck the land about half a- mile below the house of Mr. Sneid, a planter. lie and the neighboring planters for iinj miles up and down the coast Mr. Eugene, Air. Adams, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 January 1851

-. -:; is: -. ? v" - Stitl- rtK ESTATE OF' DANIEL T. FITCHETT, fOTICE is hereby given thai I have been appoin- ! ted ndministrnlnr nf sniH estate bv the COUlllV' Cnnrt nf HnrriQ cnniitr Stnfn n( Texas. All DerSOllS having claims against said estate will present them "within the time prescribed by law. " JONATHAN HULL, Ad'mr. Honston.Nov. 11th, 1850. 6w7?7' Memphis Institute - MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. THE regular course of Lectures in this Institute will commence on the First of November, ' and continue until the 1st of February. The Anatomical Department will bo opened and ready to receive stud- ents by tho First of October. The'Medical Depart- ment will bo under the direction of the following PROFESSORS : Z. Freeman, M. D., Professor of Anatomy. ' It. S. Newto.v, M.D., Professor of Surgery "" H. J. IIiJLCE, Al. D., Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine. TV. Br.tD Powell, ?!. D., Professor of Physiol- ogy, Pathology, Mineralogy and Geology. J. King, M. D., Professor of Materia Med...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 January 1851

TJBIlJfg$-'8 Isi advance. I2 ublisheil US 'cekly . or at the endol the yearv BY GRUGEE & MOOliK & HOUSTON, FJLUDAY, JANUARY 10, 1851. VOL. XYL NO. 2.--WHOLE NO. 784 J C-CT'I - J , . ..IJI ... JJl- - U.J ,y. rva-fB gy"- "w-i"! I ELSUEAPB Ail REGISTER, Published every Saturday, Main Street, Houston, by '" CUUGER& MOORE. TEK-MS: '-Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num-i bers, v- w' u" Advertising, ono dollarpor square for the first in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten Hues or less to constitute a square. To Mcrchauts and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rales will be mado. Steamboat card"?, Political aud Personal communi- cations will becharged at thebainerates as advertis- ing. JLaiv on Newspapers. 1. Subscribers wlin do not jrive express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription. 2 If subscribers order the tlicoutinnnnce oftheir papers, the publisher may continue t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 January 1851

''j&Bm&'' 4' rnspe- ggf ac wiuter, taking with him a few of his people and a large body of negroes belonging to Semi- nole, Creek, white and other masters. This company crossed the Rio Grande, but the Mexi- cans not manifesting much fondness for the Florida hero and his tribe, he recrossed to tho Texas side, leaving the negroes, who now refused "to follow him. '1 he people of Texas were but too glad to accept of a proposition he made of settling on their forntier, as this would be MinewJiat of a barrier between them and the marauding and mule-stealing hordes of the plains. Here the wily chief managed to stand fair with both parties: but he returned this winter to the Seminole country, and calling a conncil of his people, he laid before them, in glowing terms, the land of promise he had found for them, where game was abundant, the climate delightful, and where everything was cheap. He informed them that a country had been given him, and that he had ordered the country to be s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 January 1851

-v - s. w. v FJune 30, i850,vas 3,535,000 tons. Regis tered tonnage in Foreign trade 1,585,71 1 tons. Enrolled vessels in coasting tra.del.75o 711 Ijn?. - Fishing vessels 151,000 tons. In whale fishery 141,081 tons. 'The total amount of domestic exports was 136.946,912, of which $39,616,742 was in American veseels. Of the whole amnunl, 69.168,357 was exported to1 England. Among the items of domestic exports were cotton, $71,984,666; tobacco, $9,951,023; rice, $2.63 1,557; lard, hams, bacon, and pork, 7,558,287; butter and cheese. $1,351,- 463; wheat, $643,745; Indian meal, $760,. 811; Indian corn, $3,892, 193; flour, $7.- 089,570. All manufactures of iron, $1,678,- 791; gold and silver coin, $2,046,679; prin- ted and colored cottons, $606,531 ; uncolor- ed, $2,774,408; refined sugar, $285,059; spirits from molasses, $268,290; tobacco manufactured, pounds, 5.918. 582, the value of which was 643,832: ice, S107.000 ; coal. $167,090. GRAVEL OR CEMENT BUILDINGS. The following statement o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 January 1851

jHiiii 'l"gWPpWa's' 1 DIEDERICK SCHMIDTT, DIER andr SCOURER Of all kind6 of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Garment", HOUSTON, TEXAS, Jlfoin Street, opposite the Telegraph Office, and next door to the other Dyer's, Button's, MESPECTFULLY offers his services to the La- dies ana Gentlemen of Houston. All work en- trusted to'him will be executed m a superior maimer. His charges will be as follows, and in iho same pro- portion for other descriptions of work, viz: Dyeing Ladies Dresses, 75 cents : Gent' woolen Coats, 75 cents; and all kinds of silk and woolen goods at the same rates. All orders left wilh Madame Wilhelmi- na Schmidtt, one door above Air. Stansbury's Bo ird- iug House, will be promptly and carefully altendod to. N. B. All descriptions of piece goods, silk or wool- en, dyed to order, at 12 cents per yard. dec 17 d2twll FIRE, INLAOT AM) MARINE, BY THE Protection Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn. Capitol Stock, - - $209,000 riMIE above Company hasoppned an office m Gal- X veston, an...

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