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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 March 1864

- *= I mP :a^ mm XXIX- ■■< ■! II Ml -NO 50. HOUSTON, TUESDAY, MARCH 8 1864. WHOLE JTO. 1671 m -from tbe D±l?y TelfgraSjh,March3. " ' " - TH K SITUATION. There t« now noroem left for doubt thit Sher- t V- muihas- fcndertaken to cnt the State of Mlssli- £pw< slppl la two. What bis ultimate aim may be,of afcmcstlc I .r- codrse we cannot tell. II* may design an feltact ' • on HoWle, and wo think lie do« so. Oriemap possibly move on Jtostgomrry wltha view to draw . £ ^ " Johnston away from Dalton, and thus uncover •* / Atlanta to Grant. Or pdtoibiy his whale object Is to re-establish Yankee authority in Mississippi. Sherman reached Yioktburg with his corps about the 80th of January. On the Sttth he was knows to be in force on the Big Black, and mak- ing preparations to cross, having his pontoon stretched acrossOn the '2d of Februa>y he wai * ao(oss the river * three eolomfis, the passage of f , one being disputed by Sen. S. Ross and hisJTex- sns, thai anbthsr by Jackson's cavalr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 March 1864

®EXA . 1L H. CTIHIHO, Editor ana Proprietor. Proas the Dally Telegraph, March 5ih.' iPllvCr The Affair at Kmittifield. * - •V v ~ . -JThe thority ther*. iburg papers, both speaking on lie au- who have brought Use J?™-*}®" wiwfc accounts of toe late NEW OxtliFAXS From th8 New O.-lsana papers oT February lath, before os, up lake the following inteliigenca.: the iros clah Oath. ^ . They caH the oath that accompanies Old Abe's lSit amnesty jfcocla . aticn the " iron clad." It seems thai some who have swaMTwed all the other oaths that have come nloog,balk akthis. A ticket for tbe Free Stste eleeticn has been Made up, em- bracing some of th« balker3. who dooot propose to vote thfliSselves.bul who seek the votes o? those who are leas scrupulous than themselves. Among those of their way of thinking who swatiowed taa Iron Clad, is old Jacob BarSer. He published a Yankees with i XheXxprees Peterstmmare 109 in number, consisting of flnd but the following is t,he.Trne Delli'scom — with amlxture...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 March 1864

mmam I- L-l 1 SCO XifiJj MARCH 15 1864. WHOLE HOUSTON, TUESDAY, .. vvv T e 8etiemrrf«-HeUtelB Wat. - The breaktef fat of hottiiWet la Sarope- nat- urally *ttn*ta attention, and ladaee* inquiry a* to >■* tfeft tftMMf the war,-A complete elucidation ef . U r*qaire* mote apace than we can tpare. A brief leMtmeat* the prominent points U all we ean •, .*_• Tbedacby of 9ehleswlg, originally Danish, wt* .iath*-15%e**Ufy*urtted with <h*t .or Holtieln, aodearlyl* the Wth century, Frsderick 1, Bake >v " of both, became heir to. the crown of Denmark H * In the 17& eentary we find the anion discontin- ued, and Holatetov'Jolnley with 8weeded in ft war ofc^rtmrkr . anion of. let wig la trouble la found.. to Gesmaoy. Ia 1815 of Vienna confirmed them a parte of dependent tee, though In certain eon* of *ueoetaion,.thatiajrher* the ducal d thoald ie exUnet In the (ojral eneeeeeion the pendcoie of th* duchies wa* to reiero, and ' to we* apart of M e German confedera- a9 Sfhleswig treat Wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 March 1864

4;V. 4«- /%•« ** «J that our contemporary bas not mac ™W any very extensiv# geographical fcnowl- lly! ' wow lie*.'' The whole truth of this matter fs, that nobody kaowllyMftSherrBaa ts or Whither he is golns. Wan informed military men are far from being 6at- lcflOd than he la destined for Mobile, and it would no* surprise many persons If his ultimate obl tt wus , to open op a new base of supplies for Uen. urant by the way or the Galf, lekvinx tbe work of .reducing Mobile to Sen. Bants and Admiral Farragnt, To do this, ltis true, he mast occupy Selma, wMcnUathe (If'lt of juncture of the Alabama and Tennessee Ttver railroad, and Alabama tnu Mississippi river railroad. It Is also evident that by muaflh of tbes-e raU ovta lie can kola communication with Yicks- borg, tnM bavlvga double base of supply. But *11 tits1-. 111 re conluuctore, an<l we. have as good rlgiit as uer gue s as *ii£ one eL-e. Bat this niach Is cer- taio, ftte ex,Aditi'>n of tien. Sherman is one of the burner at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 March 1864

* v * rAi n A * VOL: XXIX—NO 61 HOUSTON, TUESDAY/ MA&CH 22 1864. WHOLE 1673 ."'T.i Vrm tkm mwi lot<k doubt (iob ths dispatches we paftkh thai the fttwy bill baa passed, and that dkeg£*m*dy U> b« appiisd 1* *• fending of (ki «U MM «M |ki w#f t hwi iatf «kick ti 10 be kept «UMa a flxidlimtt, while the expenses of to emmntMto bo mot by taxation.— It to '**« 6ftbo Im«m we have learnsd from oxr portenoe thai wbap a ui gets Into the buds of thruMasv leadtft* bo ceases to bo hi* own master, fetter ton property and pay 41* debts \h*n*to allow bio 4ej ts to costume his entire mUW, Obr * 1 wnraontUi found oat that heavy taxation is MMrtu to s>«ople wbose spirit ie In the under- ' toing for Which the taxes a<e required** > What the particular provisions of tbo wmspi -ut i(i *o oascot of bourse toll. Tbo change from one currency to another will be easily ae- compllsksd, tfHI*to bo gradual. If otherwise, of oourM ttjrltl pfedaee a shock. We take it for iimUiT a' 'raSoleni lime...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 March 1864

wm~- -..;•,—--"^"vr~trrf r-mn—rrr1v-t*r-Hifrhni BOVBTOR. TEXSS, * tr -x E. K CASHING, Editor ana Proprietor. Memphis, Feb. 2$.—Report* or sirafjglers (bat Gen. Soil h'« expedition had been cut up, provei false. ' The Gensiel arrived here at.l I o'clock la^t night. From anOffic'sr'a dlarV, keptrduring tire progre** of the expedition, 1 condense the fol- lowing particular* In addition to tboue 'already fntoUhed: "Ofl the 18th, lbs expedition reached Okolona, on Hie Mobile and Ohio Kail odd, 70 ir ilea couth of Corinth, and 130 miles south-east of Memphis Here we'll■'urd that Sherman had captured Meri- dian", and *m advancing east. " On ttie 19tli. we marched to Egypt Station, on the Mobile-and Ohio Railroad where we captured >4f lino the Dslly Telegraph, Maroh ] 8. . Ihdsemen of capital who at tha beginning of * thewar loctednp their money, *hut up theft '"*■ Shops, and declared they Veuld hare nothing to ■ . .. ... . * . * . " J and destroyed a vast qnai Hty of C nfederaie -dewteJ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 September 1867

01 h +1 HMKr VOL. XXXIII — NO. HOUSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3,18.67. WHOLE NO 1754. WiHI WIHMHHI fffff- BPI"* tf or the Heoston Tilkgruh. Three Contemplated Railroads* Mr. Editor As the time is near at hand when the Railroad Conven- tion will meet at -Huntsville, (being the 5th of September proximo,) and knowing that there will be a large delegation at that place; and, now that the subject of the B.'B. Road L| attracting deep interest aloDg the line from the coast to the Red River, I propose to offer some thoughts and facts on the subject of Railroads, from the coast to eastern Texas, with the maps of the different Roads before me, and the maip of the State, and what I have read and heard on the subject of connecting Houston and Galvestion,* by Railroad, with the '' outside world," I have come to some conclusion in the premises which I offer for the consideration of parties interested in the great enterprise^ ad- mitting in the outset that there ate many considerations unpropitious f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 September 1867

If EE ELY TELEGRAPH. J. G. TRACY, Publisher. * TMBM8 Of THM TELM6BAPH. Dally* Per ye*r ic cur*ea&^ • 16 fi«; .or «X months, 88 00 i jt three moo^|R «0. ^ — Trl-Weekly. Per rear in eurrenej. #tt 00; for six months, 86 00; •*sf three months, 83 00. Weekly. P fr year, to currency, *3 00; for six months. * 150, ; or three months, SO 75. {% h-k Houston, September 3, 1807. TThat Constitutes Efficient Yellow Ffi- re r Acclimation, on# What Does not Constitute Acclimation, Who are liaJWe to an attack of yel- low fever, who are exempt, what con- stitutes efficient acclimation, whether f a single attack guarantees the sub- f^f^ct of it against an attack in any ^lib- sequent epidemic, involve qu^tions .of great importance knd of practical (.application for all peiraons residing in or passing through ^districts where yellow fever prevails.) _^11 persons of whatever age, sex, >colot",i>ativity or previous residence, living in adistrict where yellow fever iii||r^^iis^ak£riiabTe to its a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 September 1867

mi eSNSBAL IUBWS ITEMS' Washington, August 17.—It i« un- derstood that in accordance with an order which was being gradually en- forced, as exigencies of the service would permit, under Secretary Stan- tonr a further reduction would soon take place. When ail changes fev- ered' by it would be made, General Sick" es," who is now on duty by vir- tue of his brevet rank of Major Gen- eral, will return to his regular rank of Colonel, which will displace him from his present command. Brevet Major General Howard will then serve in his stead, with the rank ofBrigadier Gen- eral, and is the only officer of suffi- cient rank who could be sent to take Sickles' place. Brevet Major General D. J.'Hunter, on the Claims Commis eion, will return to the rank of Colo- nel on the retired list. These are 'V about all the most important changes ■which the enforcement of the order will cause. The matter is uuder ad- visement at headquarters. Omaha, August 17.—A dispatch received at the headquarters of Gen....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 September 1867

Ts CBEELEY'8 ISMS iND POLICY. Perhaps no name is more familiar totlie general world of newspaper- dom and letters than that of Horace Greeley. Perhaps no one man has attained to a greater success, strictly as a journalist, thin he who has the . unpoetical sobriquet of the " White- iCoated Philosopher," though Horace, himself, vows he never owned, or trore, but one white coat in his life. -i As his name and fame areco-exten- ,«ive with the extended channels of literature, themselves, so Iiave his political, religious and social systems "been more prolific of ratiocination, somer-saulting and ground and lofty tumbling than can be developed in the erratic course of any mentally sound man of prominence in the Entire range of American history. There- fere, as for political principles of any degree of fixedness, he has none, an 3 never had, but he depends on ''surface ^dications," alone, for the direction his political vane. And, as he is a rant in the political world, so is a beggar in t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 September 1867

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Houston, September 3, 1867. Health of Houston.—We hear of many new cases of yellow fever, at- tended, however, with very little fa- tality. Thomas Wilcox, a youngjkian beloved by all who knew him, was buried yesterday. It is painful to re- cord the death of promising young men. Three deaths Sunday, from yellow fever, and two yesterday, is all the sexton reports for the two days from that disease, and one from malignant fever. BOA'S OF BCUAi. During the last three months, the newspapers have come to us teeming with accounts of the'most villainously scandalous outrages, committed by clergymen and teachers oa young girls, pupils at various female insti- tutes, boarding schools, &c., through- out the North and West. It does seem as if Pandemonium, itself, had belched on to this generation, as teachers of the youthful head and heart, all of the lewdness and lechery ever contained within its darkened caverns.' Fresh from his Satanic do- minions they appear to have sw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 September 1867

& WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Jf| G. TRACY, Publisher. Terms of the Telecraph : Daily, per year, $16; Tri-Weekly, $S; Weekly, $3—U. S. currency. Houston, September 3, 1867. tub weevil. r.-f The weevil is one of the greatest pests of agriculture ia this section of the country. The ravages of the wee- vil render much of the corn unfit for read by mid-winter, and not unfre- quently diminish, by one half, or even i more, its value as feed for stock. The 1 \ ravages of this insect are mnch worse )" some years than others, and they are 3 j commonly greater in the conn ties near :1 the sea-coast than in the remoter counties of the interior and northern portions of the State. No effectual means of destroying this pest have ^ yet been found or made known which ia cheap and practicable. Yet it is ob- viously certain that some remedy may be discovered.. We do not know what carbolic acid, so full of promise ( £lity to insect life, and so harm- less to everything else, can do until it ia thoroughly tr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 September 1867

mm TELEGRAPHIC. oue special dispatches. New Orleans, Aug. 28.—The City Council last evening appointed a new Board of School Directors, Supeain- tendent, Fire Alarm and other minor officials. Of .twenty-four school di- rectors, eight are colored. Deaths from fever on Monday 14, yesterday 15. Cyras Hamlin, son of the Ex-Vice- President died this morning from fever. It is reported that the late City At- torney and Assistant fity Surveyor have taken steps to institute a suit against twenty members of the New City Council for libel, in declaring them incompetent for the position they recently held. Washington, August 28.—The fol- lowing order was issued to day: Headq'rs of the A., A. A. G. Office. 7 W-asfclngton, Aug. 28, '67. I In pursuance of the foregoing order of the President of the United States, Brevet Major General Canby will, on receipt of this order, turn over his present command to the officer next in rank to himself, and proceed to Charleston, Sooth Carolina, to relieve Major...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 September 1867

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. J. G. TRACY, Publisher. Houston, September 3 1867* ■&. W. House ia in receipt of many indispensable articles for the planter. I We are to have butane train a day from Galveston—tlie 8 A. M.—until further notice. The sugar crop of Ascension Par- ish, Louisiana, will, it is estimated, yield, 1S00 hogsheads this year. The crop of 1860 was about 8,000 hogs- heads. If the crop of the other Par- ishes should bear the same proportion to that of 1860, the entire yield of the State will be about 75,000 hogsheads, against upwards of a quarter of a mil- lion in that year. This shows a worse decline than Jamaica. We are pleased to slate, in refer- ence to our eity railways, that, up to last evCping, three hundred and sixty- four shares had been taken by ninety- «ix subscribers. Next week we shall expect our citizens to come up and put then shoulder to the city railway wheels with a vim that will startle the eagles on the rusty dollars lying dormant in sundry and diverse co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 November 1867

r i ' % P. * * W P v . * **■ * > * VOL. XXXLII.-No. 31. jtV HOUSTON, TEXAS, TUESDAYS-NOVEMBER 5, 1867. WHOL#NO 1763 TELEfiRAPHIC, out special- dispatgties. :H M: T: New York, October 31.—Evening— Isaac H. Sternberg, an American 0 was aSftjKiIted in Panama by thrle natives one of whom shot Jijjaf? the * wound howajer was not. fatal. "The AmeritStq "consul demanded the arfest ot th§ assailants and £ninvestigation ord<ired*foJf the affair. It was un- doubtedly * premeditated attempt at ■ * assa^)j|(yioft.> ' * $ m daflfe o£ %lq 3rd inst. * sayj that there is considerable^ un- certainty-as io the movements or the Spanish fleet and cafuses a depressing iiifluej^e ob business. * ^ A We'aty^ot commerce 1 has been made between Peru and Chili and is • virtually*'tlie inauguration of /fee ■* Bolivai w • seeking to a&nul the guano cont.net at iligiiloas Island. -Vi-.-volt has brukeh'ont at Arqui&sa and troop* have Wen sent thora.* Cansio*stiil rem.iius in command and a^atek ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 November 1867

1. WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Jt Houston, November 5, 1867. prince Napoleon, the son-in-law of Victor Emanuel, and cousin to the Emperor, urges upon the latter ab- solute non-intervention in ftie affairs of Italy and Germany, ^flpdadvice. The# Empress Eugenie and the ** Prince Imperial were cast int^esea lfo^ "proeper% musfj in tbis fa* the other day in trying to land*from a steamer ia a boat;, and came near be-, navigation improvements, which ing drowned. The matter has been ■ hushed up as mtfcfijis possible. Purser Canning, of, the 'steamship Morgan, besides discharging his re- Iponsible dufies to the satisfaction of everybody, alwaysu remembers the press, and invariably brings full files of the latest New Orleans papers for* them. For theate courtesies we are reputedly placed under obligations i|o him. Radical Rqpublican^Jed by the New York Tribune. Grant is a -successful Grant, Pendleton and Chase are proposed for* the %ext Presid6ncy. Grant iftpropo&ed bv the Conserva- tive Rf^ublic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 November 1867

telegraphic. m OUR SPECIAI. DISPATCHES. Augusta, Ga., Oct. 29.—The Re- publicans held a mass meeting last nighr Blodg*>t, Bullock, Cauby and Beard candidates for the Convention, made speeches endorsing the Atlanta platform. Steps are taken to preserve Older doting the election. Freedmen are cominsr in from the country, this eveuing to take part in the election. There is no opposing candidates, the Conservatives apparently having de- termined to take no part in the elec- tion. Wilmington, N. C., Oct. 28.—A tremendous rain with heavy wind, producing very?4wgh tide, submerging the wharves on the opposite side of the river. No serious damage. A he&vy blow outside. No disasters vet reported. Savannah, Ga., Oct. 23.—Election for delegates to the Convention com- mences to-morrow and continues tor t)lir06 The Treasury is disbursing 4.700,- 000 by the 10th November*. Interest sterling nominally firmer, brit demand light at 9i to 9£. Governments heavy and lower. Stocks closed heavy and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 November 1867

DAILY TELEGRAPH. J. G. TRACT* PiiMlsfcer. Houston, November 5, 1867. generation to do what ought to bo done at once? Will any effort be made this fall to get white labor for next year ? Termsof the Telegraph s Daily, per year, $16; Tri-Wcekly, $9; Weekly. $3—U. S. cumgicy. Tilt O. BERING, City Agent. We were without our New Orleans yesterday in consequence of the ' .Bon-arrival of the Morgan from Bra- ahear at the'usual time. The mail is expected by the boat this morning. .The Direct Navigation Company carries cotton from this point for $1 - per bale in currency. The Eailroad Company charge $1 25. The printers in the N. Y. World office areon a strike. It is said their places will be supplied by young ladies. 7VOKK TO WELCOME IHEU. On Sunday last there were over two 3nradied German immigrants, from the kingdom of Hanover, in this city. «n their way to Washington and Col- orado counties. Another ship-load •will soon arrive at Galveston. As we looked at them, Btalking about the ^ity, m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 November 1867

\ WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. J. G. TBACY, Pablisher. Houston, November 5, 1807. ¥ei.to\v frvkb ftcjsmjffi- akdkbfo.v. A telegram was received in this city oa Friday night last, by the editor of this paper, for President Whitmarsh, from our o'.d friend, Will. Lambert, editor of the Anderson Record and Mayor of that town, earnestly asking that some experienced yellow fever nurses be sent there by return train. From this it was taken for granted that the yellow fever had at length broken oat inAndeason, which place has strangely escaped so far, although the epidemic has raged all around it. President Whitmarsh did not get the telegram until yesterday morning, about two hours before .the departuie of the train; but, althouglrhis Asso- ciation had closed operations for the season, he immediately handed Ihs market basket to a darkey, and set r out to get some nurses in time for the train. Were it not that we have a "big family," of which the daily Tele- graph is no inconsiderable part, we should h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 November 1867

m WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Mi C. TRACT, PakUiher. ' mtRlfS OF THE TELEGRAPH. Dally. Far year in currency • 16 to; lor six month*, 88 00 fjr three months, 81 t'O. Tri-tveelily. Per year in cnrrencj. 811 CO; for six "months, 86 00 tit three months, 83 Oft. Weekly. Per year, in currency, *3 00; for six months, $150 or three months, 80 75. Houston, November 5, 1867. We are reliably informed that there is no yellow fever in Anderson, nor has there been any. The health of the town is excellent. The Columbus Times expresses the gratitude of the citizens of that town upon their escape from a' severe epi- demic. Such an escape isindeed am- ple cause for gratitude. The Transcript's would-be secret editorial writer says the Telegraph is edited by an old maid. The Tran- script, in the ab ence Of the real edi- tor, is edited by an old granny who is neither maid, widow, nor wife. We learn that on the 15th of No- vember next the charges of the tele- graph cable will be reduced fifty per cent. We have no ...

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