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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 November 1867

T If ' Cost of Standing Armlet*. It has heretofore been one of the chief blessings of the position of the' United ^States of America—standing almost alone on a continent, with no powerful neighbors to keep them in a condition of uncertainty and peril— that they" could dispense with the ne- cessity of keeping up a large stand- ing artny in time of peace. Radical ruTe is making astonishing efforts to change all this and to' convert the u Great Republic" into an immense democratic despotism sustained by the sword. In order to obtain some idea of the effects of this system of armed peace, it may be well enough to look at its operation in Europe. From the esti- mates of an intelligent English jour- nal, we fiod that the principal Euro- pean powers "keep the peace" at the following expense per annum of men and money—approximately estimated in round numbers: Men. Cost. France 400,000 $7*0,000 000 Prussia 300,000 $40,000,000 Austria 280,000 $44,000,000 Italy 220,000 $a3,000.000 Spain 230,00...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 November 1867

TuU> ~**r mm Br an Ex-Confederate Officer. From the N. O. Sunday Cmtnt. Few hear the immo^&ls of Lee's army speak of the repeat from Peters- burg to Appomatox Court-house, the scene of that army's apothesis, and the reason cf that silence can be well understood. Knowing nothing and thinking little about the condition of the army outside of thbK own com- mands, the great body oHthe men, in their reliance upon their great com mander, simply performed the duties imposed upon them, suffered the ago- nies that necessarily fell to their lot, and met calmly the death which ended those duties and agonies for many before the memorable 9tli of April. The suffering of the rank aud file of the army on that occasion were mer- ifnlly deadened by a stupor if not recklessness, superinduced by the peculiar hardships to which they were subjected. The enemy, with his overwhelming force of splendidly mounted and equipped cavalry^ held in addition, the direct route to the point aimed at by Gen. L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 June 1868

WHOLE NO TT96. URSDAY, JUNE 25, 1868. HOUSTON, TEXAS, VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 12. The First National Bank of Honst LkTEST BT MAIL. ' Washington, June 20—The fol- lowing is the President's message ve- toing the Arkansas bill: " The approval of this bill would be an ad mission, that the act for the more efficient government of the rebel States, and acts supplemental thereto, were proper and constitutional. ' Whereas, the President'^ opinion is unchanged in this respect, but rather strengthened by results attending their execution. If Aikansas is pot a State, then this bill uoes not admit her. If- she is a State, no legislation is necessary to her representation in CongresB. Each House, under the Constitution, judges the election re .turns and qualifications of its own ? members, and nothing is necessity to r simple pla had been adopted in 1805/ in- stead of legislation of doubtful can- . stitutionalityK and therefore unujs'n and dangerous, restoration would long'* since have been acconi;-. pl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 June 1868

m mm gamsaaan 4* *«. WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. «. TitACY, Publisher. MIGHTY PRODtTCTIVJE POWEB OF RAILWA1T EXTENSION. Some time since the Telegraph took the ground that the extension of __ oar railroads in Texas would be fol- k* That sterling' Conservative paper, j lom;d '!>« development so tlie Paris Press, urges the Central jma0. ® t0 ,f ® avallable lhc Houston, June 25, 1868. Committee of Lamatf county to see that a*full delegation shall represent it in the Bryan Contention on the 7th of July next. -^eii. 6F. W.-MorfatTof Ohio, lately elected from hte spat in C ongre ss by the racfical majority, ran away from Iris home'in Pennsylvania, when 18 yti&h old to joifi the army of Texas patriots in 1836. He was a captain atthatearly age in the military ser- vice of Gen. Hofrsfoa. • •1-' 'y M ir R * The Washington correspondent of the Boston Post says Mr. Pendleton has written a letteft to a friend saying that the moment any other candidate gets a single vote more than himself .in the .no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 June 1868

TE LEGRA PHIC. Democratic Conservative Meeting at ItaTaiota. Associated Press Dispatches. Washington. June 19.—A dredge boat inteuded for the mouth of the Mississippi river, ltft Boston yester* day for its destination. A steaai fire engine, while woiking at a fire in Philadelphia, exploded, killing five and hurting others. Paris, June 19.—In.crease bullion, 7,000,000 francs. Neav Orleans, June 19.—A tele- gram from Gen. Grant is promulgated by Gen. Buchanan, in the form of an order, for the instruction and guid ance of all concerned. Grant ap proves Buchanan's course, both in re- gard to State and municipal govern^ ment, and says,that the civil officers elected cannot be installed until the Stfite is admitted ; that until then, State governments are provisional, and entirely under Buchanan's con- trol; leaves the matter of oaths to be taken by new officers entirely to Bu- chanan's judgment, but suggests, however, that the oath prescribed by the new constitution, only, should be requ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 June 1868

L¥ TELEGRAPH. J4 «. . TRACT, Pnblirter. Houston, June 25, 1868. SAILftOAD OUTI.ET FOK THE STATE OF TEXAS. It is well known that the comple tion of the New Orleans railroad, so as to not only connect Houston and New Orleans by railway, but to con- nect all Texas \^ith the rest of the United Stasis by railway, has long been a favorite object with the Teleg^a^H. It has also been a 'favorite object with the citizens of ' Houston and of the State generally. We have labored for it with what of sense apd earnestness we possess ever since the war closed. We have supported every new project or promise of its completion. We have been disappointed in every instance, And now, although we prefer this line of outlet, by railway to the rest ot ihd States to any other, and although New Orleans is our favorite Southern city, in whose prosperity we have as much interest and pride altnost as any citizen thereof;-yet we feel compelled by past experience, and by the prospect before us, to look in anothe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 June 1868

TToorhees. The following ia the cotaehision of Mr. Vpprtiee^ -speech at New Albany, Indiana, to wtych we briefly alluded .yesterday.; r/., . , It is not necessary to talk about men in "this connection. Thd Ameri« tan people intend to grapple with mighty principles. Our pathway lies before ua. You and I see the kind's highway of glory, tnd wajk in the path of the fathers. The footsteps are plain; they are marked by the tears and blood of the sous of tile revolution* The Constitution haDgs iup like a great lamp iu our dome, to guide us in our way. What were States once are States still •, ""a:s a *Union once is a Union sti-i-, what was a whiteman's government once is a wbiteman's government still [ap plause] ; what was a laboring mau's government once is a laboring man government still; wi.at was once a governmei.t of e^ual taxation* shall again be a government of equai tax- ation. [Applause]. ; All the great landmarks are plain to us. • We will invoke from this chaos the lonely spiri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 June 1868

4* ;i¥ TELEGRAPH. PIBST BAXK. NATIONAL IHte First National Bank of this Iras an advertisement in this aaaisg'g Telegraph, stating that a aftratend of ten per cent, will l>e paid 3H>. %toekh lders -to-morrow. This «Hdt has been in operation about years, with a capital stock ot 3&S.9Q0, and *an average deposit it of aboat$200,000. It receives illy from tfie government, also, in golc^ in the shape of inter- 1*§on, the bonds deposited with & Jfoftoaal Treasurer as security for ± orcalation. >• The receipts there- to* of. the bank from that source •aft®*, have been $12,000 iD gold., ifw&anging this into cu.rency, in i 3Nb the dividend is paid to share- Sfe&ieis-, we have $16,800 at pres- OEi rates, or $6,800 more than sQs- profits paid to shareholders since SSI* foundation of the institution. * leaves all that has been made by aCM^Pting and by exchange, as well as >Se $6,800, to be set down to the ■aT^enses of the bank. When it is 33"«t>]]ected that the fun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 June 1868

*4 * • v. - ; ♦, 4 • v a k- ^ ■ t-.. % > •i. • •? *. ; ► f-^ % % * M-k"\ A- \ - vjj j "" Political Gotiiip■—Democratic Presi- dential Nominntiiis. Etc., El".r Correspondence of the Boston Post. New York, Jane 3, 1868 —As the time approaches for holding the Dem- ocratic National Convention, political circles grow more animated with speculation, and the 'chances of the several prospective . candidates are actively canvassed... Five names are now on everybody's tongue, as likely to be presented to the Convention, and the :probability of this or that ope of the f^ye being the favorite con stipes We staple topic where politic ciaiis and, newspaper-men come to- gether -k.fuj4r discuss" the situation. The five names most conspicuous for the candidaqs ate Pendleton, Hun cock, Hendricks, Seymour and Chase. §pe of (he Jive ffe pretty certain to get the^Oimination, and the question that each man asks his neighbor is, which ,one shali it be ? k %\ stfr^ttsndleton's prospects. • Jtqsbnic Hall...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 June 1868

- 4. -J " A. 3f . •" A " • -M-J. ■SSRKLY TEIKSRA.PH. out some specimen copies "aSRSfc-# yT8 Daii^ftid Weekly. We be par e&cbUence,'the Railroad of the State as a speciality; TiiBSrog tbat their construction is the mifratlief from our poverty as a peo- gHk. This issue is bat a sample of our to keep up with great State? iaqpOTemeata, calcufatfd to develop £fr:aater?al interests of our depress* vii&m£>0tixv>& people. H gjre the news from all parts of 12£*- iroyld^the same hour and day, ?pfiBe6e#in all the great cities, as the WStig/wfitAc lines extend from Houston UtriMsa Francisco and London. We mti £ during this Presidential cam- gpkeep Tully up with the in- 'finm exciting contest in which we /'iihar so much involved as a people zjmM State. The Telegbaph is an rj^liitSon older th^n the State, and tifcs&fd before the Republic. We --aa£& ?ibe people whoUe interests we 'jsm£ iv forwaid, to extend our power "afcriw/olness and good, by furnishing afcfcwiptions. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 September 1868

VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 24. HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1868. ESTABLISHED 1834. BY TELEGRAPH. Associated Press Dispatcher. Washington, Sept. 13.— Electrical experiments between the observatory here and Moro Castle, t-how approxi- mate difference of longitude between two points of fire degree?, twenty-ope minutes, eight seconds and twtflenths. Electricity passes over tbe wire be tween bere and Cuba in thirty five hundredths of a second. Store ship Fredonia reported de- stroyed by the earthquake ; she bad only $100,000 worth of storeB on board. * 'New York, Sent. 13.—Steamer Guiding Star brings advices of trouble by the earthquake in Pera and Equa- dor; twenty five thousand lives lost, and a dozen cities destroyed. ,> Washington, Sept. 14— Neither State or Navy Department have offi cial reports of earthquake, though its occurrence 13 fully cocfirmed by pri- vate letters. The crew of the Fredonia consisted of thirteen petty officers and four- teen hand?, none of American birth. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 September 1868

WEEKL^Tig-CTRAPa, - Hduston. S Trims * ■ - m~- .Daily, pf?y£2 oua month, $1,50. ^fri-Weekly, fJ per yea: -ontira. Weekly, per year. $3. graph* ^ ■fc&L 'months^* of" BECOKfStBtCTIODi. ^whife man was shot and a negro kilted near' Marshall, Texais,.a few ioual ^ifBcoJcies. Pol- nothing to do with it. the Xfnion offers to ratic subscriptions^. to be paid wlien Grant and 'Colfax are -elected. Better take1 care of your ink, paper and labor. . ^A. day to be remembered—the d t y when Gen.7Lee and other patriots wrot^_ the Lee-Rosecrans letter, it was the death-rattle of Passion and Ifaiicar.. ' *. ; . . ' — _ -_j- ; Wo wish Illinois and other States wdtyld seed us a million of men, wo men &n!li children on the hunt of homes i§-Texas.^ -1 Our- people would welcome %them and'fatni^h them the homes on . easy t«US53r: J- - . ' '■ "•! Hon. K. D. Evans*—^e^ notice a correspondence in the San- Antonio Herald, of the 5th inst ^between the Yoatig Men's Democfetic Club, of -f5au Aiitoiiiot ,....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 September 1868

Written lortVe Teleg-r pih -2 A " A X 7 TBE JSOHNKVa GI>ORV. ri {.I . i " BY MABY L. Tiki. Yes! 'tis charming, all this splendor ! Roses red, and Poppies -white, Perfuteed rare on breezes tender—' Bbund star-blossoms floating light. Elm and Myrtle waving high. In tbe summer's radiant glow ; Sunbeams where the snow-drops lie, And the tear-drops hidden flow. Bat tbis'blodf wfert tiricfe as charming, —Pair, lite some rare pleasing story; If awhile, 'twonld fold its charm in, Like yon royal Morning Glory ! Flower exquisite, rising blest -i-With the morn—in purple gown, Drooping 'neath a crimson crest, When the burning light streams down. • Ah ! life's blessed Morning Glory. - Would not half so blessed seem ; Would not charm like sacred story, Had it been an endless dream. Sweet it were, our martyred sleepers, Prom their gory be ..Is to raise: Sveet to hear tba sad lone weepers Chanting holy liymns of praise. Sweet 'twere in the land we love. To haye dreamed in peace ahray; But earth-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 September 1868

:LY TELEGRAPH. W. G. WEBB, EditdV and Proprietor. Houstefc* $ 0ptemtier FT. 1868; national Democratic Nomination-. FOR PRESIDENT: > 'HORATIO SCYMOUR, L Of* New Yoik. FOR VICE PRESIDENT: -FliANOI^ BlLAiR,^. Ot Missouri". FftENDENttAL ELECTORS. Far the State at Large. B. H.EPPERSO*. I JOBS HANCOCK. Alternate*. t. BL CLEVELAND," of Polk County. GEO. W. SMITH, of Colorado County. for first cos gres6i0xal district. Tn. Steadmin, of Harriibn; J^L. Camp, of Vp- ijMiir" *ltnrr¥tr ^ second cokgrbssioxal district. JKBtJi Cuibertson, of Marion; J as. m. Hunt, of <WWI alternate. ' -af third cosgrkssictsai. district. <&. W. Jones,ot Bastrop; J. M. Anderson,of Mc- Lewaan—alternate. FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. C. Upson, of Bexar; Charles Stewart, of Harris— " tftemate. [w We nnderstand that a shooting af fair took place at Bryan on Saturday Tiiglit on the arrival of the train fro in Hoaston. " A gentleman who has just returned from Robertson county informs ^as that the cotton worm ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 September 1868

mmemttimtt-zammsmrtmime®*-- - ' Written for thq Telegraph. Jottings on the Farm-No, 28. ,.^4, liTTS Sept. 9,1868..—What a melancholy sight the cotton fields present !*;Will this season afford anything more* of a convincing lesson than those that iiave gone befortf— that we must still more and more diversify crops ? Cot ton should, by no means, be aban- doned. There is no don bfrthat more of united and general efforts, on the part of growers, would result in . checking the increase and spread of the worm, and save much of the crop. - It is a subject worthy of more gen** eral discussion and united effort. - Says Dr. Phillips' Southern Farmer, for September: '-Look out! —a writer in the Prairie Farmer found several seed beds of that pest, the Canada thistle, in some seed oats received from Vermont. When the Canada thistle once ge.s a start on a farm, its value may be marked do^n fully one-half." There' are vast quantities of seed wheat, barley, rye, etc., being brought into Texas, in ■...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 September 1868

2EKLY TELEGRAPH. V Houston, September 17, 1868. XLSCfMNEEKINC THICKS. . -•■gji-.-'- ' " ^ #; A small placard, sarronnded with a deep black border, and bearing the usual emblems of mourning, with the following inscription, is being circula- ted in New York: "Sacred to the memory of the Col- ored Orphan Asylum of NewJYork, which was burned, to ashes July, 1863, ~by & ruffinly mob, who were acknowl- edged and adtfressed by Horatio Seys moor, Governor of New York, as beiog bis 'friends.' God save the .State of New York." We give Flake's Bulletin credit for tfte above, because we take it from its columns, but doubtless it was found as a j^luf, and used to fill up, and the soul *61 it is not endorsed by the edi- tors. We remember well to have seen, <luring the war, an account of a mob ia New York, which was. controlled by the influence of Mr. Seymour, then . tie Governor of the State, and we suppose this ia the occasion referred -5^ to. The mob was in a blaze of excite- ment, and b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 September 1868

BY TELEGRAPH. * j* ■j- 'Mv. « IS# AMociated Press Dispatches. Washington, Sept. 10.—General Meade has reported on the Ashburn murder at Columbus, Ga , and relative ^ to other matters. The report, in sub- stance, states that the published ac- counts of outrageous treatment of witnesses at Fort Pulaski is unfound ed, and says that the detectives came to the tort with the prisoners in charge with orders to have the sole control of thena. Consequently he assumed no authority over them ex- cept to keep them securely. A nara tive of sweat boxes, shaved heads and other terrors follows. Regarding Gov. Brown's connection with the affair. Gen. Meade in effect says he employed Brown for his legal knowl edge and influence with the people. Brown demanded Ave thousand dols Jars as a fee. This amount under a ordinary circumstances Meade would not have paid, but was apprehensive tLe defence would hire Brown. Interesting experiments fixmg the exact latitude of Havana are pro- grossing,conducted by P...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 September 1868

M H THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1-36S. .. Commercial Review. ... -—i-Ij .'u-.iU ,-Ji. j 1 e^Tfijygait weeiiliis shown taore animation in jjtMeri^. tOMivatd it u now fair- to expect a , j ^«te^ in tjuaiaesshere from this Jtftne ^nrfcrj. The rocaipU of -cotton huye 'Vcisn^poa'lSt: tliis season, an"3 we note the ar- , j - pf srjzne two huai^reS T>a1e3 of Qefman raia.d cotton, bv w^'gons *' 1fhe" tfagori trade c, be laig«r tins - ®H thWri Any for many • j-fearv -Tie timosi'proniiA aH classes to .use ' rigij tcoi'.oojy ia-tho;r oit!;<ya:-aad in view ol t; . thf> cheat- haaliog wagons afforiat tUis season ^ wh<m ti ex«?d3 are excellent.auji ^j,.'fe®dJoc their oxen ftbtinja::t and withoufi price, much money can l>a ijaved^by fallingtiack tgtiinto this mode.of traasgortat-'on. _ Riiil- -1"^rdid iripsssgs and hotel bills ate'edhsMeratfoqs " of ho atrial! 'jnoinnir to tlw ;pla-.iter3 now'-si-' -- — - -<j y^,-wlieaaH ar<stefhjcotl W th* cl.iss d'uOin- inated before the war sma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 September 1868

nl W <jpj '•-V.' ■-,. . -• ■ . ESTABLISHED 1884. HOUSTON; TEXAS,'"THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1868. - Speecfiof Hon. L. D. Eyans. At a J>«mocralIc 31 ass Meeting, on frage, for eg ho part of 01 cietyf" Separated -as fchej by organic differeixjes, they can be assimilated vrith us. r ■V-'- ■ •. £.t a meeting of the Democracy bf Mos.stop, on Saturday eveninglast, iseM on!Market Sqaare. Bi& Honor, Alex. ;M^>wan, was cal^^to Chair and-Major Thomas %as . p^iute&Secretary. ' Hon. L. D. Evaris was :?heriiinfcro~ edto .the meeting by the tPree'i* who addressed the meeting as rgfv >' . .*" ' v„ Lttdimand Gentlemen:—!', have tTfcr had a clear'opinion that- tbe Esaiotenance' of both the federal tJjnon and theintegrity of the,several States' >fs the essential coodjtion ot tojsstitu'fioijal liberty oa' this con'-. ' feverit. , {tv . *"V * ' Toreebccile the supremacy of the N&tiocal Government with the rights f the States and the liberty of the eitizen, has been the object t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 September 1868

4! ' ft % M fm m WEEKLY TELEfiRi HATE. m Republicans of Texas, let US profit by the example set by Georgia rebels. Should* the. people 'of tbl United States elect Seynjour and Blair, we have iti this action of the Georgia Jjeglartauue an indication of what is in store f<?r us. Members of the Coos&ttitio'tial Conyeution, when you reassemble, we shall- expect you to put it tjeyOnd the power of these rebels to ffo ia Texas what they have had the insolence to undertake in Georgia- We know you are actuated by a spit it of magnanimity and for bearance, and we believe that we have shared tuat«epirit with you ; but we do not hesitate lo-.say that we would rather see every rebel scoun- drel in Texas forever 'disfranchised, than that it should ever be within their power to deny any p'ersop, White or black, the right to exercise any po~ liticnl right which is the heritage of the loyal American citizen. . Efct us profit by the' action of the Georgia in- gratas.—-Austin Republican. >v ...

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