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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 October 1868

■ im i WiB—i m m * iMiangWaHBBl Eat Texas and IVortbera l<ooi*i- r A day or two. since we published extracts from the New York Herald's Marshall, Texas, correspondent, with a siiorfccommentary of oar own. To- day we give the conclusion of the let" ter. 'Knowing the source from which the opinions expressed emanate, we must say the author is entitled* to cr&ifit for more candor than we usu- ally expect from that source, and per- haps more fairness in his description' i)f the situation: The difficulty lies not in the want of mateiia). but in the embarrass- ment of riches. Take, for example, Louisiana, where a State government has been established whose offlceis can only accede to powef by truckling to the negro, by arraying the whole labor system of the country iu open t or disguised hostility to the lauded interest and capital—who can only gain the votes of tbeir miserable dupes by holding out promifees which they neither will nor cao fulfill, and ■ by fostering bitterness of f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 October 1868

WEEKLY^f^WiltAPH —Hi? ft 'tV ... , . .. =r f : I? ■ •* >4 '•■ • '! • ..*• 1 ! ^oust*dn,?QctoBdr 8 186S, ; W'% "-■••••V 1 1 THE PBOPOfEP COSSTJTFTiOK . .. ,A 1 _ *\ „... ; '1W^*pTrbHsied from FJakeVRolfciin tlie comments of Pilot, a oorrespoatl- enfc of tLtafc paper, upon the legislati ve 4 department of the proposed Constitu- tion, ait<2 while we do n€tapprove all the positions of the writer, Bis article is an able one. ife^sliows very clearly that the Convention proposes a mate -, rial change in our .judicial system in the abolition of County Courts, Coun- ty Clerks, Assessors and Cullectors and oJber officers, ami having only •District, Justices and Police Courts The quarterly teims of the DL>tiiet Courta would be a decided improve- ment, but it would necessarily lessen the extent of the Districts., Lessen- ing tire ttpmber of Justices to rive, and increasing their responsibility and pay. would tend to make the office more respectable', and make it ot)e;lo be Kought'by me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 October 1868

! JMw ' VOL. XXXIV—NO. 28. HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1868. ESTABLISHED 1834. Ik *F LATEST BY MAIL. H. J. Walker's Financial Statement. Specialtelegraphic correspondence of the Louisville ^ Courier. ' Washington, 0ct.-5.—The Intelli- gencer pri&ts an aTticle this everting compiled by ex-Secretary of the Treasury, Robert J. Walker, from the books of the Treasury, ^h the ap- probation of Secretary McQulloch. It is authentic and accurate j it contains no conjectures or estimates but only recorded faefs. Referring* to it the editor %ays,' from this table it appears that the debt on the 31at of August last "was greater by over one hundred and sixty eight, millions than on the 1st of April, 1865, the s^sequent rate of increase exceeding irons million dollars a inbnth, or nearly fifty million dollars-a year. \ The debt is greater by over thirty five million dollars thau it w^s on the Istol May last, beiDg thirty4ive mil- lions eighty five thousand four hun> dred and eight...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 October 1868

■ --'"J 4'*' • ■ < . ■ ■via weekly telegraph • v$j--*4tl ■ rW-VSP October 15,1868, ^ — "I have no policy ot my own to interfere against the people/'—#. S. Grant. This is Gen. Grant's answer in a nut shell, to bi^Kp urination, express- ed in Lis letter of acceptance. His- tory gives no instance of a tyrant, — -[K)Wer upon the popu- notjmake protesta- tions. of devotion to them, and while many instances of the f the people, who labored ■ for their good, the greater . number of those clotWed by them with , power, became their oppressors. The people are not always right, though more generally so, than their leaders. We live in perilons times, when the will of the people has become potent for good or evil. > Qur Republican form of government in the next few years will pass through scene^fe^ich, though likely to be bloodlessSR live in history as long as history OTSul be read. It will be established on a basis, which will destroy or perpetuate it. It is to be most severely tried, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 October 1868

„ * BY TELEGIL Associated Pres3 iHspatcbes. Madrid, Oct. 8.—The provisional governtnent has been organized. Sers rano and Prim are honorary Presi- dents. Aguirre is acting President, .and Ribero and Vigo Armigo an* appointed Vice Presidents. Nigual has been made minister of finance. It is said that Moore, formerly of Bravo's cabinet, has given in his ad hesion to the provisional janta. Za- gasta, Rivero, .Loosengerra and Aj ato have joined the ministry. • London, Oct 8 —The committee appointed by the last House of Com- mons, on the subject of the land laws in Ireland, will report at an early day and the Minister will bring in a bill to adjust the question as soon as pos- sible. _ An explosion occurred afc Barnley, in a building for thre manufacture of fireworks. The building was utterly destroyed, and live killed and seven burned. San Francisco, Oct. 8.—Three shocks of an earthquake were felt at Silver Mountain. The atmosphere was afterwards observed to be filled with smoke, Paris, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 October 1868

I Hi * WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. W. 6. WEBB, s Editor and Proprietor. Houston, Qctober 15, 1868. •. t , ' ^ national Democratic Nomination?. FOR PRESIDENT: HORATIO SEYMOUR, #Of. N"e-w: York. , FOR VICE PRESIDENT,: FRANCIS P, BLAIR, Jr. _ ■ ^ Of Missouri. ' PRESIDENTIAL. ELECTORS. — * ■' - For tke State at Large. - -a. _. f JOHN HANCOCK. Alternate*. J. H. CLEVELAND, ot Polk County. GEO. W. SMITH, of Colorado County. lint fxbst cosgrbssional district. Wo. Steadmair, of Harrison; 3. L. Camp, of t7p- •hur—alternate. Jr.*^ " sscosd c0stotb8si0kal bi3tki0t. David Calbertson, of Marion; Jafl. M. Hunt, of Grayson—alternate. v ' third congressional district. G. W. Jones, ol Bastrop jr J. M. Anderson, of Mc- ienn an—alternate. -'-ffSSfe- ' , FODKTH COSSBESSlOlUl. DISTRICT. C. Upson, of Beiar ; Charlea Stewart, of Harris- alternate. ; ,'t.* -f • • V- . "*T . Did we not tell yon bo 1 / > hope to live for many years to come^ and shoald we be alive on the £th day of July, 1869, we expect in the column...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 October 1868

* *!<t IT T :i * tAm BY TELEGRAPH. w i bum £m*ama#tmaes BPBEHBEBBHBBBBBBMWa Associated Press Dispatclies. headquarter3 09 the a#y, | Adjutant General's Office. v Washington, Oct. 10;b, 1S63. ) General Orders, No. 82. 1 ; • The following pTomidns from the Constitution an8 Laws of the United States, fn relation to the election of a President and Vice President of the United States,, together with an act of Congress, prohibiting all persons engaged "in the" military arid naval service from interfering in arty gener- al or special election in any Stafe are prohibited.' -For the information of all concerned, the following are au .thorities quoted,-Article 2 Sedtion 1 of tbB Constitution, Article 12 of the Amendment to the Constitution of an Act of Congress relative *to election of President and Vice President, ap- proved March 1st t792r an act to es- tablish uniform time for election of Presidential'Electors, approved Jan- uary 23ch. 1845, an act compensating persona appointed as. Ele...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 October 1868

mmmma— EGBAPIL TO THE YOIIYG MAS. f I-'"' % You are surrounded by temptations Your happiness and success iu life depend upon your habits. Dissi pation is |fle3troying more of 3011 thau any other cause. It w a thou- sand times more easy to avoid con- tracting the habit of dunking intoxi- cating liquors than it is'to overcome the habit when once formed. Show as a young man who cannot say no, when asked to drink, and we will show you one who will never succeed in any business he may undertake. Show us ted young men who are*in the habit of drinking liquors, and we will show you ten who are in danger of becoming dpockards, and some of whom are almost certain to become so. There is a facination in the effects which ^ntoxi eating beverages produce upon the spirits of its votaries, and herein lies most of the causes of their use, for few will admit that they love the taste of the liquor, f For the time it produces exhilera- tion, but- when its effects depart the subject is left in a state o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 October 1868

m M LitEST Bf MAIL. f XkC Bight of 8cce*sio Aetttowtedged brPresMeal T,inc« I"* From the Savannah Sews and Herald, Sept 21. A cprrespondent of 'undoubted re- BisJB^bUitj ftiid Ligh position, sends us (be folltvwing: , 4 .. . , * ' Mr. Editor—The statement bas * been made, and repeated in my pre- sence yesterday by a gentleman of in- telligetfce, influence, aud ot rhe,high- eat position in this community, that a proefomation was written by Presi_ dent Lincoln when the secession of tbe Southern Statesy occurred, and was approved by his Cabinet, an- nouncing their undoubted right to do go asserting that the constitution ot ihe United States prohibited force being used to compel diem to return, and assenting to their pcaceable withdrawal. This proclamation was sent to the printer for announcement, bat aa interposition was made by Senators and Representatives, and after a conference it waft recalled and suppressed. The namfcf of tiie wit nesses to this fact—all ot them of HQ doubted ohar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 October 1868

. irt'Tti i 1 ■ *• MAS. ©IN. J. *• BEVAOMDS. 'The oath prescribed for voters in the Snjjplemecral Act of March 2d, 1867, is In the following, worcls : - "I do solemnly swear, (or affirm ) la the presenceo!\ Almighty God. that I am a citizen of the State ot ; that I have resided in said State for months, next preceding this day, and ilow reside in the Connty of (©r parish of ——,) in said State ; that I am twenty-Cne years old; that I Iiave not been disfrancished for par Qcipation in any rebellion or civil war against the United States; nor for felony committed against the laws of acy State or of the United Spates; that I have never been a member of -any State Legislature, nor held any exec- utive or Judicial office in any State and afterwards engaeed in insnrreq^ tion pr .rebellion again9t the United States, and given aid or comfort to the ©aomiea thereof; that I have never taken an oath as a member of Con- of the United State--, or, as a meaner of any State Legislature, or as an'exe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 October 1868

. XXXIV —NO. 29. / -I - '• * " HOUSTON/ TEXAS, THURSDAYS OCTOBER 23, 1868. ESTABLISHED!^. S5S3C5A538 BY Associated Press Dispatches. Washington, Oct. 18— the best' authority iot say- $ V. ^ **- . #' re is c,.°f e con- es us J$n*sop lias nei proved tire . proposition to w Seymour's name* ryorhas he in a wish for th©|k)mina,tion; on trary Mr. Johnson looks u proposition to change cau,<Iit ill timed and judicious. _ ^ Frank P. Blair made a spqgfefr in 'St. Louis t6 a > large aUdieucte -He c$rpO< before theitt'neither, displayed nor discouraged. The bem#$tic . party, he^aid., would yet win, «d if it, failed, the Republic ^Mtldfawfritb ' it. fttJ expected to continue' toi&e a candidate for tha-Yice Pi esidencjfobut ws^s willing to uiakc any sacri life the #coimfry demanded " ; - -m ItlEMPHis^ Oct 18—The armripd amnuiaition shipped on. the steftffier Hesper- en route tor Arkansas, 'Jjjjj^e ifol begn destroyed by ' disguised p&- & ties who boarded the IleSper frortfe a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 October 1868

H Houston, October 22,180&. ^ inDEFENVENCE^ We feel fot " the deal of sympathy Telegraph. * It is ultra Radicals and the ultra der ocrats with a good deal of iiofif but is on a very bad battle fieKLms a part$jpaper, striving to be houcsffc, it haB ^ur sympathy. One ot tWo things is certain, it must either give up the fight or become an independent journal.—Flake's Bulle- For the'sympathy, we thank .yon, but you should have learned from the inaugural as well as every fssue of she Telegraph that it is an indepen- dent Democratic journal and can never be any thing else, if indepen- dence must be sacrificed to principle. We can however be independent and still Democratic, and such we mean to be, whether it pleases or displeases the wfiippers< in or the whippefp-on^ y We recognize the Democracy 01 Tennessee as just as good Democrats as We are, notwithstanding they have adopted negro suffrage; so we recog- nize Gen. Wade Hampton, though he advocates qualified suffrage, and CoL Q. W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 October 1868

* $ 's c.. * lit ElTBACt OF BUGHU 1 -•-N ;• e peculiar andimportant re- itain, their peculiar organtsa- yivrpefiora, are subject to many „ ..om from these contribute In no smalkde^ree to their h*ppiness-an4 welfare for none c4 h"K ESipy who are ill.' Not otdy so, but ho one of these various ■ 1 V J? V? ' .-■ * COMPLAINTS ■K> 4 - • + ■ • v- \ t \ / 4 ' '• ■ ; Ng ir S Ioni? tjesnfered to run on ,*rth out involving the " healtlfc-ot the inflitidoai, and ere long pro- rmalent'sicknesa and premature declijk. iteasanttocdoxnlta phy.-S?ian for th- reflfcf Irlo.R delCate afie tions and only upon the ' necessity will a true woman so farr-acri- "est charon as todoihis. The sex will for pi c>ng in, their hitnds simple epe- .hich will brf l'oirtid efficacious io relieving and altnost every one of those troublesome cofn- - peculiar to the sex. ■. . re's suffer, tin m silence, ana hnndreds of ajoly vainly to uiuggists snd doctors, "who er merely taa;a!ize them wi h 1hn hope of a ,<ir app...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 October 1868

fSS as WEEKLY lELEfiRAPH Hi Ite- W. G. WEBB, tedi toV alid Proprietor. Ucrastoii, October 22, 1868. * Terms ol tfce Telegraph. • . -J " • ;, / '■ f-', (131 CtTRKB^OT.) Daily, per year, $16 ; for six months, $ 8; one month, $1 50. - * Tri-Weekly, *3 per year; $4 50 tot six Weekly, per year, $3. Single copies, JO cents. Komlnallonr • FOR PRESIDENT: HORATIO SEYMOUIt, Of New York. FOR yrCE PRESIDENT: "FBANCIS P. BLAIR, J*. Oi Missouri. fberid sntial blectoe& ffer the State atXarga. .-■ ' - - , B. H. ZPPBRSON. I JOHN HANCQCK. iQjfc 1 r Afttoltti. ' : its; ;[ ' GoPcX'ilaaC^Bty. / - ' • M««*H.COMKS8IOHli DiaTWCX. ma. Pteadwan, of Harrison; J. L. Camp, Of TTp- ahqr—alternate. SBCOSU COYGRESSJOKAL DISTRICT. David CnHJertson, of Marfoii; Jas. M. Hunt, of <$rayson—alternate. . .- , p, S '•" r ; . THI* COKGBESSIOHAL WStOTCT. . W. Jones, oi Bastrop ;"i. M. Andenon, of Mc- teanan—alternate. • '■*. - ' ■: kj^-^ ■ _ -,'v "'idttWHr COHSBBSSIOS AL BIST*fCT. of Bexar; eharles Stfewgrt. of Harri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 October 1868

A . — Stt BEMBBMB 3MHg33B5J— ' - , Lefer flfom ji Idams. •vw V m Quixcy, Sept'- 28, 1863 Messrs. Wade Hampton, James Daniel Pope. F. W« • r - MiMaster, John P. Thomas and"W. B, Stacl-yi Gentlemen : Yoar letter of Sep- *. ;tember 22d peached me on the 26 h, 'itod l fojundit to require such careful consideration that I have withheld my answer until now. My first im- pulse as to accept your invitation r at.once, andliasteh to respondto your appeal upon the instant ; but a mo« ' mfetrt'.& reflection arid a review of your letster restrained me.. I am as anxious / . fiis you din be to see kindly relations and fraternal feel ings.rep.lac$. the sjre * , "and ,angry saspicion which prevails % ~ apon both sides of our land, nor would ' a y,labor d^nut me in snch a cause ;' but lam more powerless than you are .. *?> (ostomist} such a result. You greasy . exaggerate auy influence of mine, misled, doa&tltss, by the accident of - an historic name. I represen t nothing f . "ifr Massachu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 October 1868

i 'rnrnmuummmmmmmmmm WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. TO XHE \'OPKf« MEJf. Let me tell yon a tale, a tine story, s&d pray you not only to remembtr it, but- to p/ofit by it. William Lo* g$,a was a young man of strong natural mind, and his father spared neither pains or expense in giving XW": h m a finished education. E^e gfadti- v^ated at Yale College with -the first -femora and returned home to gladden the hearts of his parents* While at College he had been pre> vailed upon by other young men to attend their hidden suppers and to imbibe with them from the accom- panying bottle, abd thris had acquired « strong taste for the stimulating ef f-ecte of the fiery liquid. Ilis parents)? lived in the country, and for a world William would not have let them sus- picion that he ever tasted of liquor, bot he managed to keep his bottle coneealed, and by the use of the per- fumed lozenges, still so fashionable for the same purpose, he wa3 able to hide the smell of the liquor upon his tweath, and no oner...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 October 1868

V ' Editorial Correspondence Spain and tie Bourbons •« * « * . * i Ttbe manner ii? which tke war has Been conducted by the Turks against the: Cretans is a disgrace to the civil- }ze& world. Tim greatest enemy to the God of th? Ghristiaas and Jews has b*en permitted without interfer- j ence from other *iat-io®s to commit horrors upon hon combatants at which all tin® senses shudder. In " The Cretan," published at Boston, Massa- chusetts, we find a list of 412 Cretans,., giving names, localities and dates, at wllipb they were murdered,.aud nam ibg\othdr horrible; crimes committed - Upon their persons. The".details are sleeping, and most of the list is made up of women, children, and the wefc, aged, and infirm. France and England could make an armed iater- , ferenCB*and fight great battles in be- half of the Turks against "the Christ- ian nation<af Russia, bat seem toleok on unconcerned and see tb defence- less butchered in colfl blood, and the skirts; of our o\Vn Government are ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 October 1868

'ip * 4 H m THTOSDAY. OCTOBER 23^1868-. Commercial EevieW. York sliov.- an advance in Nails, but our mer- chants havo not yet altered their prices.; In 1*. ,w4-> the lino of Hardware, Houston may defy com- frj^- petition; and the large*stocks in our ware- i houses, "pnreh csed during the decline, will en- s: ? able oi:r'merchants to undersell other markets t-:*'f® timo t.-i coniw. ? 16U 1$U On 6o<Xls. m ' £ K, i Remand.for General Merchandise, of which eur' market i «ew well -stocked. The. season U now weil advanced, a^ t*^ .. juia^ipal portion of plantation worlf (p^<xjg5 ' out flie region injured by the worm fs5 finished. W-fcftfy look i8r an active; ^ during Sovrtcber and December, atafidtog tie slfarf cotftm crop in m&fyfj oonrfKA, tbep^ce is reuuroerative, a#d' ^ emMe ptaaterS^o supjply themselves goii 'with atl articles lor home consaS^fti tliey .neeiV more freely than aoy!one 'dwffug. 5-? New Titp-k reports indicate ah un^ttledvfettl- «• ing, ^nd yesterday sa'.es...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 October 1868

t 4 a mi i-.v.-v -: ,f^y ■-• : • " .fe^'-jb..- --. ' ■ ' - .' - VOL. tv.—NO. 30. HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29,. 1868. ,rrr—' £K- ESTABLISHEDT„ * # ^TELEGRAPH -.. Aaa|clate(l Press Dispatches. ci9co, Oct. 25—The dam - eda couoty extended iD ro and Hay wood villages San Leandre creek, for months at tliis sea- winning rapidly. Nume roua n^apces, from which issue steam •' <■ The* towiS of Alameda, Brooklyn Ae United Sta liere has been cp tomhbuse, it prj cupied again. The eartbfl'&dHie ed severely. ;s . Marine Hospital •mned by the Cus- tbly-will not be oc- . .4r* * . - v:"'* «r I * # .'se&Srji to have ex tended through the coast counties one hundred miles north, while south and inland it was scarcely felt. Havana* Oct. 25—The stumer Villa Clara arrived from Manzonillo bringing several prisoners. When the rain ceases three 'columns of infantry and cavalry will leave Manzoisillo, %gainst the insurgents. ) A Combination of'forces with those under Colonel Pero, "from Tun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 October 1868

RAPH. 25, 1868. Tem* *f the Telegraph. tai imunoT.) Bally, per year, $16; for six months, $ 8; * V$i 50. ja per year; $4 50 for six Weekly, per year, <3. "^^icopiea, 10 cents. . ^ ^ ; - WOMAN'S BIGHTS. it true that some mascu- line wolnen of the North have de- ^ ^ Elmore for/their sex than they should- ever claim, it is still but candid to admit that the male sex de- many' positions that, by i ,-she.is eminently qualified to Vv ■ Public opinion has been too tyran- nical towards her, and-the world has ' v-2**' *• -> \ > • : ^w-.- suffered for the absence of her human- Ja, many positions b she could fill withhonor to her- self and benefit to the public^. We never have been able to see the justice of depriving her of access to the medical profession, and she cer- tainly by nature, is better" fitted, to treat her own sex than physicians of the male sex. We notice that the President Of the University of Mich- igan, in hia annual report, advocates the admission of Women into, all...

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