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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 May 1863

THE VOL. XXIX—NO. 11. HOUSTON, TUESDAY MAY 26, 1863. "WI10LE NO. 1528 in TrfK t'EXTRAb THAIS. - • IiocsTOS.Sfay TJP.b, lfi©.' By the Central !T.1iTrO J Full®!-, who has dust re tonued fxom Rkhmenn; Va., bus piaced asunder ma- ny ob lations fur Jackson.-MIss.t£«pers of the 7cb. Iflchmond pap? rmf April 25ih, Mobili date? of the 4 th. ana tua? y. other vu u ble papers Tho story of the Confederate floet oCf the moaih of the river, is roost likely a fabrication, as pas- sengers hear nothing of it until thoy get pretty well down into Texas. Van uorn was killed by Dr. Peters, at Colum- bia, Tenn-., some time last week. The cause of the homicide is wiated to he an improper intimacy on j the part of Van Dorn with the DuctorVwif- Vicksburg is beine strongly reinforced >n anti- .Th* enemy entered Grand Jfcore on .Tne^dsy, oai | -TBil fores retirr ,'m the direction of Shrereoen -1apatton of «be impending attack. ' OeH:W^erw«exp cted^retn'oreoanl we the; Afco1IntJ from Virginia represent ^Si...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 May 1863

Q (ftfteehlg Ctltgrapjj. noi'HTON. TBHA* S B. CU8HIRS. Sduor and Fropnetoi. * TDK CONSTITUTION ti. EXPE- DIENCY. COMING * TBRM.S frl-WwIiy, SIB per fw ; Weekly, M per year; "Ingle cples tie.: advirtiainj SOo. par IIn*. Annonnc-men.. p-r month. HO. WHAT We a-f ill tin third ,\e«' of our stiagcle MfUU i-n lu- J i.-„„ ! hutu-.nand re e-tles-fi'". While ereir olhar State Wo hive noticed for tome time a daposlt.on „ lhe cmfc.u.r3-,• a,, be-n tat: !•> foifer. aH life upen toe pirt of letter ariters, editors, and. in ^ ^i^va-liJetj wi-tW m I dwroyed.IU'xas 8->me Instances, candiddt«3, to uflfc U[lAn tho peo . lhug ;ac pe® ;• "ith <■« txte, tP)n of pbrlh^tftpe^torcy of passing sofc la*, by which ^ fctr io4j 3l o,;v^A 'i mil up .« uur c*>is r.KTTKK FROM KEN. Mfl t'I.LOi M- SrONEWAUi J <CK"ON It HEAD. By refer*ii' e to oar dispatches it will be seen ■ great General, end a Rood taan.hu fallnn. God, In hiateseriitable PiovMeace, ha, p-rmltted the brave, the chivalrooi lea ler or ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 June 1863

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 12. ' HOUSTON, TUESDAY JUNE 2, 1863. BY THE t'ETTRAL TRM1Y. HOUSTON, May 26th, 1863. By passengers from Hantsvllle to-day, we are informed that they heard a dispatch read at that place last night, stating that the enemy commenc- ed bombarding Vickabarg on the 12th. It did not appear by the dispatch that there was a land at tack in conjunction with the flael. Alsotha". Rose- crani was falling back before the advance of John- ston. The death of Stonewall Jackson was con- firmed. He was attacked by pneumonia,which, to. gather with his wound,caused his death. Sure vk port, May 18,18S3. Banks has decreed that no more orops shall be raised in Louisiana, and savs this decree is'-as im- mutable as one from the Almighty." I "decree" thitno Yankee shall or will show his head iD this State, out of sight of the Mississippi river, fire weeks from this date. A young man from New Orleans, by the name of 6ay, who isssoldier in Gen. Taylor's command, met a Yankee ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 June 1863

SSSeefelg Ctltjpjjj. norSTON, TEXAS. S. H. CTJ8HIHG, Editor and Proprietor. Jl~p Weekly on Tuesday, at #6 per year; Tri- weekly, City Edition, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 516 per year; Wail Edition, Mon- day, Wednesd iy and Friday,at 810 per year.— For both editions per quarter, $15. Advertising, 5C cents a line. Announcement* per month, 10. Cash in ail cases in advance. .-flf STATE DEFENCE- Some days sfncp, when news was received here, that Banks with SO.OCfl men was marching on to Shreveport, and whl'e it seemed almost impossible for the little army we had to be massed la sufficient torce at any p >int to stop his progress, we wrote an article relative to the necessity of b'log ready for whatever, la the fortunes of war, might be visited on our State. Never since this war commenced, have we Indulged iu any other belief than the one we have so often expressed ot late, that we would be success- ful and win a glorious independence for our country. Sometimes onr heart was ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 June 1863

THE 171 VOL. XXIX—NO. 13. HOUSTON, TUESDAY, JUNE 0, 1SG3. WHOLE NO. 1530 BY THE CENTRAL TKAIiV. HOUSTON, June 3. J. W>Dann,of t'arn ll Parish. La., who arrived by Central brain to diy, sajs he knows the Pcst- ma«ter at Monroe, La., very well, and considers him perfectly relUble. This postmaster writes on a way bi;l that Johnston had whipped Grant. 9000 ' killed and wounded, and 5000 prisoners and still puria'.g. Peaberton was In rear .with 30.0C0 to 40,100 men. We hear, from another passenger jast fr.m Louisiana, that Qen. HcColloch told fciia that Johnston had eaptared 18,100 prisoners snder Qrant. and the General was positive of hla in fur matlon. Col. A. M. Alexander, or the 2nd Texas brigade, arrived to day, bringing intelligence of a glorious victory at FortQibsoD, Ark. Gen Cooper attack- ed the Fortwith the let Tex*s Brigade; on the 19th nit. There were 250 Federals and Pin Indians in the fort. Cooper captured the fort aed all the men. We have another statement of the affai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 June 1863

wethlu Ctlcranh. ^ ilarfate when they fell in the hands of the Van- corubsponuexof. H O UNT O ft , I K A *. H CUSHI?.T0, EHiioi and Pioprietof. have met tha inhuman proclamation of Lincoln, ocr Government had adopted some stringent policy,OLd anhered to it, vre would have been better off a fhous rid per cent. If as ;ne En- quirer suggests, President Davis* recommendution in his message had been endorsed by Congress, Tr*"?3 Weekly On Tuesday, at $6 per year; Tri- weekly. City Edition, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at $16 per year; Mail Edition, Mon- day. Wednesday Friday, at $io p *r year — For both • ditioas p<r qr-rj^r, $3. Advertising:, 50 cents a line, i*nnGi._. amenta per mouth, 10. Cash is all casea in advance. ^ if * Til F. ITL7 \TiO.\. Headquarters District or Tsxas, * xitw Mexh o, and Ahizona, > Houston, .lannary 4. 1863. To Ms F icellency, F. R. Lubbock, Go>\ of Te%- as—GovrRJ oR When T arrived in Texas, about the last or Xpvrmber, 18G2. 1 found her islands and p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 June 1863

[71 VOL. XXIX—NO. 14. KY THE tKSTRAL TK4IN. LATER FROM THK 9CBWK OF WAR. We have tha Alex*ndrla Democrat f Jane 3d, from wbiclrwff take the tollowlag very interesting statement of the situation of PortHudion and Ylckabarg -. Tlie Sltaati«ui We have no doubt the world ana Ti:S wife would l e -to be enlightened aa to the stlajtion. We will en dearer, as far a"" can relish iy do it, to glYe <rar re,devs a true statement of It. ~ We have bad an interewlhi|j Interview with Frederick Wblte^of Bayou Kouue. a gentleman who. left. Eort Hudson on la l Saturday evening ; and from him. wegather later and fuller intorma- tion 'ban from 1 hep .per*- -Bank*, with the forces he had her#, and a>mn.ie i-thousand other tronpe. among them four thousand negrii troflps, arrived 1b the re<r of Port Hudson on iioDdiv evening, the 25th all., and on Tuesday he.vy skirmi-bing' took place all day. On Wednesday tbefirhtiug. commenced in fall earnest, and l^wd aixlv>urs, WSeira*fk etfdVd'lhe siaeuina...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 June 1863

$fttekljj Celepqjj|. HOCSTON, TEXAS, E. H. CU8HIH0, Editor and Proprietor. TTP Weekly on Tuesday, at <6 per year; Tri- weekly, City Edition, Tuesday, Thursday and Sttnrriay, at $16 per year; Mail Eiition, Mon- day, Wednesday and Friday,at SIC per year.— For both-ditiona per quarter, $6. Advertising, 5« cents a line. Annonneements per month, ; 1U. Cash in all cases in advance. -i11 THE GREAT BATTLE. CONFEDERATE MONEY. What Is itwortfe? Six for one? One what! One dollar in gold. No*, gold as* general thing,is a snjtb in the Confederacy, and while men in Rich mend, and Charleston, and Houston, may to facil- itate their operations in speculation and trade be willing to pay these extravagant rates, yet gold is not the standard of value so far as Confederate money Is concerned, or it should not be. We sometime since wrote an article upon the depre- ciation of our cumncy, in which we endeavored to show, that the traders with Mexico had it in their power to mjke Confederate money not wor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 June 1863

BY PONY EXPRESS. ; > OCR SPECIAL DISPATCHES. ANOTHER GLORIOUS VICTORY. Hociton, June 17th, 1863. We bave just received the following dispatches, which are some days later than before received, and though not of much interest, still they bring as assurance of continued success of oar cause, which is, itself, good tidings, and will-be gladly received by the public.—En. Tel.] Alexandria, June 14, 1863. Ed.Tes.korafb:—List Sunday Sen. Henry E. McCull. eh attacked, at Mllllken's Bend, one reg- iment Yankees, and a brigade of negroes. The negroes were uniformed and eqaipped.— The loss of the enemy in killed, Wat fully two hundred and Sfty. We captured sixty negroes, and one Yankee Captain. He has since dis .p- petrel. Vbe balance of the Yankees, and soldiers of African descent, ran to their gunboats. Our loss was one man. He was a Texan. He was first wounded, andwhile being carried from the field, a shell blew his head off. On the Kay before. Col. J.T. Harrison, of Harrison's 1! t ulto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 June 1863

BOVgfON, ravtu. B. H. CUBHDfS, ?"litot and Proprietor. ior Governor. PENDLETON HURRAH, OF HARS130S COUSTY. 1>UK KAlTn. THE CC'NGKKSSIONAL. KL.ECTION. ■We hare been sometimes accused of looking on [ It is time the people were generally canvassing the dark side of affairs in thia Vfe, and not dispos- the doings of their Congressmen, w Hi a view to THE VAN DORN TKACiEUV. PKNDLKTON M IKK A 11, We have occasionally allnded to the fact that the gentleman, Those name heads this article, w « aiaan In every way fitted for the position of Governor of this State, and ti-day we have pla- ced his name at the head of oar colamns as our choicc for that high positiou. It is very traa that at this particular time "ocn BC3ISB3313 Was" and the isrge majority of oar people nre so deeply interested and anxious abont the events transpiring upon the various bat tie-fields in the Confederacy, that bat little a'.tea- tios is paid to the equally important matters of onr civil and social condition. If in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 June 1863

BY PONY EXPRESS. OCR SPECIAL BISPATCRES. [Telegraphed from Beaumont • I ALBXAHBKIAi June 18th, 1£63. For teveral dayi pMttker* h * been rumor* of another flght at Port Hudton. At last partlculari hav* "been recivedat Jackion,NaWhexan-i at tbia place, wWefcaaema to eonflrm previout re- ports- Thej are thes*: Bank* attackedTort Hudson th* ae^ndiUna on the morning ef the ,8tt Vat*r, He was lAio wpQUM wilft 6TIB SfTfAtcr 1 ota than More* Hi* low thi* time it nearer 7000 tban 6000, in killed and wonnded. Betide* we aank 3 lsrz* tixed gunbo*tt, ban* the ntmm dram of the Eisex, scalding.n«ariy:all on boaid, and then captured her. She is now In oor po*r«aa on. Gen. WeiUel waa dangerously wcnnl-d, and baa ainoe died. G*a. Dwight ia repoit*d killed. The above new* waa tent by courier to Q«u. John- ston. One of hi* a(da gave it to the MiUeman who brosght it here. The people 1b .' ekion and Xalcht z bellev* it to be tree. LATER FROM VICK.SBIK.G J. K. Johnaon, Biq., a druggist of this etty, haa ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 June 1863

IStefelg Ctkgrajjj. HOl'STON, TKXAS K H. GVSHIBe. Utter and ftwiistar. For Governor. PENDLETON MURRAH. OF HARRISON C0C5TY. Wmr ( B(nui 3d Dlstrlct. Hon. PETER W. GKAY. OF BAKBIS COUNTY. . ID" Weekly on Tnesuay.at *6 per year; Tri- weekly, City Edition, Tuesday, Thursday and teUudij, s( *18 per year; Mall Edition, Mon- day, Wednesd-y and IWday,st 1« peryear.- Ferfcath editions per qnarter, #«. Advertising, ideesjas lino. AnnwraceiaenU per month, *10. Oash in ail cases In advance. cd£ ^———■——— THE SITUATION. All bail! The -wtjrk goes bravely on.! "This firm Republic, that agalost the blast of opposition rose.'. -Lands firm, and amid tbe shock of battles and tbe clash of snns, the cry still comes " the South oosns- dis *0 b1 t1ctowoc3 P? VlcksVurg, glorious little Vlcksburg, still deals death to Lincoln's annles. and ten ttou?and more victims have been sacrlticed to the vindictive derrons who have honcded on the peo« pie of the North In this worse than diabolical war.— Ten thousand mor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 July 1863

BY PONT EXPRESS. OCR SPECIAL BISPiTCBES. [Telegraphed from Beaumont.) Ar.zJAJfDRlA. 88th Jane, '63. Gen. Taylor's lata brilliant capture wa* even greater than he first repotted. A later report of h'd * ys thai the number ofprlsoner* captured was 1&0 instead oflGOO.th* number flrat given. He also recaptured two thousand Degree* that Banks had taken ■ from Louisiana, and one tbouaand horsea. eommiaaary and quartermaster stores, and ordnance stores, from tha two grand depots, to use his own words*exceed belief. Aa officer on hie ataiTsays over four millions of dollars worth of property waxtaktn. A large quan- tity of small are* were taken. Col. Majors, now General Major?, I am told In his engagement loat thirty-five men. I have not Tet got a list of casualties. It la said Phillips' Bagiment didmpstof the fighting under Majors at the t'me the capture was sonde. Means for saving the property captured have leen put in operation. I cm aetailiberty to state what they an. A courier from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 July 1863

®teklB Cdegtag^ n«lT8TO , TEXAS. S. 2L CU3HIH8, Editor and Proprietor. Fw GOTtmor. PENDLETON MURRAH, OT HARRI803. CSTJHXY. For 3d District Hon. PETER W. GRAY, O* HARRIS COUNTY. ITr* Weekly on Tuesday, at 8 par year; Trl- WSfcly, City E41110H, TftiW> Thur.d^ and Saturday, at 916 per year; Mail Edition, Mon taj-Wednaadny and Inday.at 18 per year "or Both edltioii«F«r<Jnartcr> ®5- Advertising, '0scats* line. Announcement* per month, -in. Cash ID all ease* !n advance. «£K Advertising will be charged for each insertion In each edition. Advertisers will please specify which edition they desire their adv rtisements to appear In. jjj= Advertisers are requested to hand in their advertisements by 3 o'clockp. m., previous to publication. KfO ! Then is no telling the mischief that has been done In this" world by the want of moral firm ness in men to say respectfully, bat emphati- cally, xo, when no should be said. We will not enumerate the evils arlsihg from this weakness upon the part...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 July 1863

BY PONY EXPRESS. OUR SPECIAL DISPATCHES. [Telegraphed from Beaumont.] Ali.-casdhia, July 5. Col. Harrison, at Lake St. Joseph, made a dash among a lot of Yankees who had taken possession Of aome plantations, and were farming on their Xr " ' " ~ * ■Sfcfc - „ and all farming utensils own Boo! .'4)0 n Be captured 5 Yankee Captains and oes, and Inen di destroyed the gins, mills, The following dispatch for the Telegraph was last received : , , Nxnr XB«Rii, July 3d. KorroR IIocstoh Tsligrapb:— Another glorious victory for Texas brave sons' Donaldsonville was taken yesterday. Col. Ma- jor*, acting Brig. Gen., attacked the place on the 30th, With his brigade, Pyroil's Arizona brigade, and Arixona battalion, la the attack Col. Majors was wounded, Col-. Phillips killed,and nearly all the officers of bis regiment—third regiment Arizo- na Brigade—killed or wounded, and about one hundred men were killed, mostly of Phillips' reg- iment. Notwithstanding the most daring gallantry the attack was not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 July 1863

fSaWg Ctlepa$.' HOUSTON, TEXAS. X. 2L CUXBIBOi Editor and Proprietor. If I -St- For Governor. PENDLETON MURRAH, OF HARRISON COUNTY. For Congress, 3d District. Hon. PETEK W. GRAY, OF HARRIS COUNTY. B7 Weekly on Tneiuay, at 8 per year; Trl- Weokly, City Edition, Tuead«y, Thursday and Saturday, at 916 per year; Mail Edition, Mon- day, Wednesday and Friday,at $10 per year.— For both editions por quarter, $6. Advertising, 50 occts a line. Ansocneeroents per month, 1U. Cadi in all cases In advance. ,fi( Advertising Will be charged for each inaertion In each edition. Advertiser! will please specify which edition they desire their advertisements to appear in. S~p Advertisers are requested to hand in their advertisements by 3 o'clock, p. m., previous to pabllealion. GEN. T. J. CHAMBERS. Gen. Chamber! is now before the people for the fourth time, a* a candidate for Governor. At no election has he ever polled what might be called an encouraging vote. Nearly always hindmost in the race, he show...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 21 July 1863

9* aetata leueis isom Alexandria. BT PONY EXPRESS. i I addred to the federal ar ' 01R SPECUL DISPATCHES. '.Telegraphed from Beaumont.] AitSxypKtXi July 13lli. V becooic* r. y ;.vu.'j1 daty to send on by ex- press iHe sadner, ofiho f*H of Vlcksbai*,which i n*>vv confirmed. • - Viclisbfcc ftft V* r*^te<1 hi d ispatrii, July 4'.h, a.} Vt ItTt farther in formation that H rt Hndson ngimJated July 9-ir,at 19 *; Ai all our iufoncatiob fcjg been derived from Hatches and Monroe,168-^j^a news which has been re- ceived frcm those Kt^ces up to this date.' From the Hanroe SegUter fejrtri ef the 9.V I clip Be following: Jlotirtai, L'ouiiliaa, v"SKaraday July &h—- Vickaburg liasfallci«rC<Ti, Left InAVash- J;:«ton—EcmphW tnkeii (Telegraphed to the- S%'glstett''o ihi" Vietftburji < my, Saturday morality, J«ly4, afteb o'clock—' not to lha forc< of arswbut for the war.tof provi- oione. gome h- *—f— " " niisippi river wer*.not definitely. w ihst the garrison jrotfJd >r«feafily be-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 21 July 1863

HOUSTON, TEXAS. g. H. cosane, Editor aad Proprietor. Far GoTCTaor. PENDLETON MURRAH, Of HARRISON COTTJiTY. For C'wnsrrcss, 3tl District. Hon; PETEK W. GRAY, US n ARRIS COXTSTT. IEr- Weekly on Tueauaiy,at *0 per year, Trt- WiSkly, City Edition, Tueidaj, Thursdyand Saturday, at #16 per year; Had foliuon,Mon- day For'both editions per qaarter, #8. SO tests a tlhe. Aaamroewnenta per month, 3W. Oath in all ease* tn-advanee, £H ? Advertising will Ue charged' for "each insertion In each edition. Adverltaeirs will please specify which edition they desire their adv. rttsements to appear In. , TT~p Advertisers are reqaartad to Jlina in advertisement*'by 3 o'clock, p. m., previous to pab Heat ion. ris B. J, D AYlS U t can<3idafe fOr Represrttattve from Ellis,Johnson and Parker oountle*. wit WtlV VTTitSBC6<5 WAS PERMITTED c TOKAlit- TicksburgllailhUen because troops were not senttoltsrfeseia*. The moral effect upon th«pub- lic mind Is som et5 ing; to be considered la the faU of onr strong...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 July 1863

■ 11111 I'l ! ■!■ "11,1 I ''III I I I IM M I , I BY PONY EXPRESS. Leltor from Louisiana. OCR SPECIAL DISPATCHES. i.TeI graphed Trom Eeaamonf.J J\ L1.TA5DRIA, Jaly 10th, 18S3- A l r a number of paroled prisoners irr'.Tfd je«terd y and tt- d«y before, from Vicltsbarg and Pert Hudson. Tbey are nearly all Texians on their way to their respective homes. As a general thing, they are poorly clad. Tfccxe from Vicksburg report that there ire now no Yankeeain the Lltilo Black titer, or in fact, between there and the MUsleslppi. • Three persons haTe arrived here from Natchei, daring the last twaaty-fonr hours. One of them ls direct from Kicbrnond. Be had several late pi- pen when be arrived at Hatches, which he was bringing to his father—a prominent physicinn and planutr three miles from this city—but the Yan- kees took them from him. lie states, how&ver, thai they eonflrmed all tho news we hiva received of the capture of Gettysburg and Harrisburg, Pa., Ac. And further, that the secessioni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 July 1863

®eeklg Cclegrapg. Kri-MwMs SMtgrayjj HOUSTON, TEXAS. K. H. CIJffErao, Editor and Proprietor. For Governor. PENDLETON MURRAH, OJ HABRISOJ. COUSTY. WHAT IT SIGNIFIES* Far Cdogresit 3d District. Hon. PETER W. GRAY, OF HAEBIS COUNTY. wS£] TTP Weekly on 5 etkly, City "" raeacay,at 16 par Tear: TrS- Editioa, Tnesday, Thnreday tn<i Saturday, at 850 p _r ye&r; Mail E'litioa, Mon- day, Wednesday and Friday,at #'8 i ar year.— For both ediUonsperquarter, 06. Advertising, 50fcen'" a line. Announcement, per month, jlO. Cash In all eases In advance. _f~~u Advertising will be charged for er.ch insertion in each edition. Advertisers will please specify which edition they desire their advertisements to appear In. IO* AdTertisere are requested to hand in their advertisements by 3 o'clock, p. m., previous to publication- THE SITtTATIOS Ajaia we feei bcoyr.n!. and it has sjaae cs glad to sea sombre faces radiant once more with smile*. W'e Southern foli are very mercurial, reminding one very ranc...

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