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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 December 1868

.♦ vv •<r ■ -... -.v m i i > * ># £ i t < - _ ' -Louisa ilcCoy. | From the Independent. t Loniaa Bat ia lier little room amid books and papers. She was nearly sixteen, tall, with a well rounded shape, brown eyes, and a happy, bright fttoe. She. was studying very hard, and a sigh escaped her as she heard a Voice from below. "Louisa! Louisa U; Do leave your booka awhile, and come take baby! I'm so tired I'm ready to drop ! "ComiDg, mother; directly," an~ swered the fresh young voice to the feebler one that had callcd; and, as the quick steps came down stairs, a rested look came over the mother's face. Mrs. McCoy was not mnch past forty, bnt she looked ever so mnch .older. She was bent by toil and sickness j her hair was thin and streaked with gray, aDd Ler expres- sion habitually was jaded and worn. Her lot - in life might be told in four lines,:-- - • .. Sire married a man uule.arr.c-fl and poor, And many children played at her door! _ And care, afid sorrow, and childbirt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 December 1868

t * [C<mtH(uedfr<nn first page.] afcrnction enough :■ an<l mprQ than enough of the demoralizing tendency, kfie iniastice ar;\ the intolerable op- pression on the virtuous and Well dis-^ posed ©f a degrad ed p§pec curre ne£ r, <. *-. authorized by .taw or m any way- * f ^ 'couDteQauce*dby the goveraafiBOfc ;1S is one of theinost soccessfnl devices io tinieffof peace or fcar, for expan- sionss^-or levnlsions to accomplish the transfer of all the precious- petals 4roru4h«great mass of thap^^.f^ to. the -hahda.of_t they in secret places'or depos Ited under bults ana bars, whj'ie the people are left to endure all the in- ' * %* n convenience, .sacrifice and demoralu Ration reciting from the nse of de preeiated and worthless paper. * ~ , * The Secretary'of the interior, in,his ^ i j giVeS valuable information in Sf-f"- "reference to the'iaterescs confided to k„ the -.supervision oi his -department, andi reviews tip operations of the , •*; j^land office, pension office, patent ...

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

m \£ "hj* Tugfj "• -«f ^ W 111 " ^8. - m 1 '•:n VOL. XXX1V-- NO. 35. HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1868. ESTABLISHED 1834. % % ' ■ -r- - a-- .-W- < ♦ *> Sm' ** BV TELEGRAPH. Associated Press Dispatches. New York, Dec. 14 - Channcey arrived. Panama tranquil, except that the leaders of the late revolu- tionists have been arrested. Small p >x at Panama. Monsieur Felix Belly arrived from France on Isthmus Ship Canal business. ' -v Bogota advices represent fear'of civil w3r increasing. Colombian Government want one million of dol lars from railroad company. Slight earthquake at Arequfssa. No dam- age. London, Dec 14.—Admiral Tapeta at Cadiz Rebels demanded a share in. the Government. Topeta told them that having so long submitted to a worse government they mast sob* mit to the present government for the foment. Greece is stubborn. Turks preparing for hostilities^ *Tbe King of Denmark and the Prince of Wales joined *ih a note to the King ot lireece, urging compli- ance w...

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

m*r •~r~ \ >- WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. • ' '**-"^ '"*t'^" ^ '' Houston, December 17, 1868. Terms of the Telegraph. • • (ISCB«B 50TJ- Daily, per year, $16; for six months, $ 8; far one months $1 50. *ri-Weekly, &J per year; $4 50 for ■ ■* ' Weekly, per year. $3. T-~ ' Sjn^rlft-wpies. 10 cents. oTHEE WII'li OF THE PF.OPI.E"- * «Kaiit>8 thkobv of eov. EBX3IEXT. : Oa two occasions'Gen. Grant Las used the above phrase under circum- stances that? make it not simply his- torical, bat, as foreshadowing hiB con- . ceptiona of the true theory of our government. In the correspondence ■with Johnson in reference to the re moval of Sheridan, he uttered the memorable words that "the will of the people should "he?'obeyed"—and in his acceptance oT the Chicago nom inatioft he distinctly stated "he should have no policy conflicting with the will t • „bf: the people." ■ "Y. * in this Gen. Grant expressed the peculiar northern theory of our gov- • ernment, in which as a -northern man ?• he had been e...

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

. L-Viiij Why ^uclg? li> do she Cita she Cititf'Junlice. ^^^^^Washington, ^ec. 5.— The farce the Jeff Davis cage at Richmond ^^^^vexcHes a good deal of comment, and itis charged that Judge Underwood acted under instructions from Wash ingtou, knowing nothing of law, and . , wiuing to be any Radical tool. But the case is likely to como up early in a full bench of the Supreme Court, and: the status of persons charged •- • r.j. with treason will be defined, as most lawyers admit that, underlie circuru "■«stances, Jeff. Davis's indictment will . be quashed.' (Subjects Discussed in the President'* Message. The message covers the following points and the conclusion thereon : 1. That the Southern States remain %';■>> Pr08trate in their industry: Uieir jreeources are cut off, and a goodly .. portion of their population are dis- f,;:^ fianchised ; their constitutional pri- Vilege of lepresentation is still denied through Congressional enactment, and B^oac of them are remaining under ...

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

r-rr-rrpri" 'r |^mw iH3aiagjgfc^ B*rrgsscriiweBB-- =az ; -yynT??^-'' ■'?a-tgT^y:^ii?S5 iife^g^,g iw*i **Wlga*'*''ra^'-i-^-a^^!f!l: WEEKLY TELEGEiFff. W. G. WEBB, E'elitor and. I^ropriwtor. w. H. PARSONS, J 11. S. THKAtLj J Ho December 17, 1868. A -££• •"atr"-'^ • - ■ - • - i v" THBB SITUAlWfUN THE 5th aoi.- ITABl DISTRICT—ANSWER TO «tN. BETHOLSS. - «- i 11 * ~ r.>: ;i gfe, *• imilu , nw afflim aker" ,. _."^T — -— . ... .. We re-publish GeD. Reynolds' res eent report to Washington on the con- dition of Texas; an d in order that every man may have his due, we also pub lisb from the Bulletin, his official re- . . . port of last June, in which, referring to these very disturbances in North - Eastern Texas,he Opposed the organiz ation of the loyal militia for their suppression, as advocated at the time • by the Convention-, and still urges the use alone of United States troops wb&a necessary. . , We publish these official represen- tations of the condition of the 5th Military Dist...

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

•^TB=3$mtiriTrizimir:"2Z77£ SDAY, r.EOF,Al HER 17 18*53. ' £ 5?35?g^^araiiS^. n~Lz-.. hd!Mgnfc«—"—^raiYHTriiTT-i 'lillLWItt — J3SS Commercial I!i>vich. very inclement woather of the past ck, had a bad effect npon trade, and we are nnable to chronicle the improvement that we so confidently anticipated ; still enough was done, in the face of unusual embarrassments, : '* ' to 6how that our esp^tationB were well ° grounded, and to point clrarly to a fine busi- • ness for the few renewing weeks of the present " yajf.lf wo Bhouiu b-' favored with anything like moderate weather. t The rise in the Bayou and other streams, in- * iticate that the Uto rains have extended to the surrounding country, and have caused the -stoppage of all wagonB upon the roads, as well *8 preventing the departure of those already ift thecity; the demand therefore for staple grocerffe and dry goods from that source, has been greatly restricted, and may. be said to be ' held in reserve for a future day. A rumor h...

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

WSEaLY T£IE<iItAPIi. ["./ V BEPRE8SIOV O? BDSirfESS IN THE NOETHWjEST I'BO*PEB" ITY op THE SOUTHWEST. The Chicago Times gives na a glimpse of the stognation in that here- tofore prosperoas region, as follows: « Bssjncss in the rural districts is not only dull, it is dead. St. Loais, Cincinnati, Louisville, Indianapolis, Detroit, Milwaakie, and all the small er villages, have been for many weeks enjoying an nnbroken Sunday; no selling, no baying, and no collecting ofmonejsdae. ' It is probably this unsatisfactory situation oi a&tirs in the rural dis- tricts that has brought many thou- sands of men to the resolution to sell out and come to Chicago. It is a res olution that ought to be thoughtfully considered before it is carried into effect. * Undoubtedly, Chicago feels the de- pressing effects of the hard times les3 than many-other places. But even in Chicago, there are already a great m many moTe sellers than there are buyers. The advertising columns of the city press afford ...

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

* ; r"V .. yf . " Wb hpi ... . "* -# ' . . T-^-V ' T — 1 - - ... , -.- P - - • «£. -jf aaite^^arfjaa^jugw riart^r^ggss*^. IgCTfcwnii&ig Z*&£.X&Z**£* ikJ£Rr . "" w ^ Associated Press Dispatches. . "V' i "£•'" *• ' * F' • ' Yaletxa, *Di*>. ID-s-Etna has re- Bttmed violent eruptions: tcwnts of f*v£ ' devastated^"'.. tho surrnniiding , ctrantry gashes were blown into the streets. f' MlgSiwi, ^ee. 10.—Last accounts |fa e tlfc 'monfttaia enveloped in * 8mok€?wiifrdeuft*n ing detonations. 'MADRiD.^Xec-JO —The Insurgents alCadij, e£enpy*the Hutel do Villa, V* ^d^nrf(>*Cjjdinis'*on8tS, wi'fi erected barricades. The troops occupied the " Costomlianse and baiidiDgs in the neighborhond of the city gate. All forefgo consuls have taken refuge in the Customhouse * The civil governor of Cadiz has fled to Sao Fernando., The, insurgents ar " conscripting all able bodiiid men. Tlonvicts arid fir mer rural. guards joiued the Insur- r gents. Til© Insurgents have plenty ef m^ev. * Tfie ...

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

f." ^anw I ■ 'II in hi-. Bsass®afcii^^£>"aia*^cjessri« WEEKLY TELKKKAPH. THE CO" TENT1®5'' We uinst in candor confess tbat the Mature of Texas is nob as bright as it was a month ago- ^ 6 w®re impelled hy stem facts to the conviction tbat the Convention organized under the Reconstruction Acts of Congress, had tho destiny of Texas in their own keeping, and were sanguine enough to believe that they would rise above personalities, faction and prejudice, and would make such a Constitution as all:could respect; but develop meats since the Convention assembled after its recess, make us fear that there will be a most bitter conflict between the moderate men and the extremists, and it now appears some what doubtful which shall triumph. We can see peace and harmony only in conciliation, and hence we look with concern upon any me&sure which the weak (in number?) inaugu rate against the powerful (in num- bete). I:£ ^ • It never happened before in this ^country, that one in a hundred qf t...

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

* < %-** ■ *iri ■ %. ffy ■ ri Va$. XXXIV— NO. 36. * i HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER -24, 1868. ; jg. ESTABLISHED 1834. ;S5EBOTB£*5da®raSBBSSSESES3B>SE£3!E325!EI52335£n3SS sstcssaaEaK 1>V. -TELEGRAPH. \?.«f>ciated Press Dispatches. rn- : *k Memphis, Dvc. 20 —A Little Rock eptcial to tbe Avalanche, says' the Militia eflterefi Lewisbur|i, shouting ir> every direction; t!x-y burned a store • aucl shot tbe proprietor aud threw v ^ him in the the flames. Thf^ Militia V\. still hold the towii, allowing none to ^ leave wittioue a pass. - Washington, Dt e *20.—M. Pebod i#co, of the Russian L gaiion, noti- lied the Committee *n Public Expeu ditures through Secretary Seward, that his Gpv^rument will not permit him so testify before the Committee regarding the Alaska purchase ,>f Hayti, Dec 20.—Salnave captured Meragoauce and deauoyed many Jhouses *and a large quantity of pro- duce." The prisoners were ail amnes . T ifed eicept a few chiefs. Salnave next attacks J.icmel. ...

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

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. THE am T—THE WAN. STATES. "tate M 5 HUM ;..3gj .. ' The Norib aBtf the South were fall of unselfish patriots during the-war", and tens of thousands of them -pro- ved their truth and faith by pouring out their blood on fields of battle for the Causes, which they espoused. Could the swvivbrs of the mighty conflict, those who faced each other upon the field of deadly strife, Lave met together after the last battle was fought, and the last victory won, they Would have settled their dis- putes*: and all Would have been for* gotten and forgiven, and each«party • "W<mld have returned home to build tip again, what had been destroyed. Bat those who fought and won, had no more voice in the settlement, and when they returned home in the be- lief that they had ,been fighting to preserve the Union,"* they were soon met with the policy which proclaimed that instead of having whipped back the Southern States into the Union, they had actually whipped them out of the Union. Ifr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 December 1868

t^gBaasasBEmBBmssasmaaaamaBamBmBm BBBaangMSBB—a r^w^^fflR^y^ogEEaeg LITEST BY MAIL. Tcnnesse Legiilalnrc. Nashville, Dec. 12 —The Omni- bos bill is still the absorbing topic iu Legislative circles. Even the friends of the measure admit that it would not have passed a second reading had Comptroller Blackburn's communica- tioa been read before the vote was takea. The railroad men pulltd the wirea Bo skillfully that the document was not presented uptil fully half an hour after the bill had paesed by a vote of forty to thirty-one. Black burn dfstinctly says that, since the introduction of the bill he has receiv- ed nrroerons letters and'dispatches from prominent capitalists who had been liieudly to the State, and had advised investment in our bonds, ec- cusing those in charge of the State finances of having grossly deceived them in guaranteeing fbat no more bonds would be issued. You will remember that on such a pledge Richards and Blackburn obtained four hundred thousand dollars from t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 December 1868

MWIiriF-glflfff" WEEKLY TELi-fiRAPn. G. WEBS, Editor and Proprietor. W, H. PARSONS,; H. S. THRALL, ! Associate Cditen. Houston, December 24, 1868. IMiBIGBATIOff-HdW TAIN IT. TO OB- The New Yoak Tribune of the 9th iust.* gives the following as the rea- sons why so few persons emigrate from the North to the South : r*tbere are large quantities ot Wes tern land which can be taken np under the Homestead Lafr, or which can be hgtl of railroads, or be bought, second hand, a6 lower prices than Southern lands are offered for. Until tbeie is a population west of the Mississippi greater than in the whole South there will be comparatively little immigra- tion southward. The considerations of climate, or what is the same thing, health, of rich Boil, of long lines of railroad and congenial society mike inducements such as the South can not offer, either to the people of the Northern State's or to Europeans. •These are facts which the Southern people will do well to consider. It is a very great m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 December 1868

. ^vSTHSK3SET?3BE5 The Effect* of the Election of General Grant in the Sooth. We commend the following from (he New York Herald to the phrasal of onr cotemporaries of the Texas Press, aud our people generally. We have observers our Southern exchanges carefully since tiie election, and have been unable to discover, with one or two exceptions, the exhi bition of any other lenliog than that of sinceie acquiescence in the sue cess of General Giant. For the most parts, the Soafhern leading papers have eschewed the discussion of poli tics in any epirir. of bitterness and, like a prominent Georgia paper, sug- gest to the Southern people the pro- priety of settling down calmly and taking a business view of the situa- tion. They do not advise a Southern State to abate oue jot of her claims to constitutional eqnaiity, or wiih draw a single protest she may have made agaiusb the usurpations of a Radical Congress; but they advise "Let not the intellect and euergy of the South be wholly devoted t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 December 1868

* weekly telfgraph. Hoiistoiw December 24, 1868. . Terras ot the Telegrapli. (I* C3RSIMT.) Diiiiy, per year, $16; for six beoii^is $ 8; for o:n> mouth. $1 50. - Tri-Weekly. * por year; $4 50 for six m:mfckrt. Weekly, per ysar. 13. Single copies, 10 eents. f'THE EBA OF GOOD FEEI.IMi. The New York Tribune comments upon an article from the Savannah EepaWIca® the gist of which is a «omplaint~that the North insists npon the organizition of one kiud of gov- ernment for the Soalh and another kind for the North, in tho fact that the North is^ determined to force negroisuffrage upon the South, while that kind of suffrage is rejected bj Northern voters for the Northern peo plQ. From thccomments of the Tribune we select a few ideas, which taken by themselves, and free from the. taint usually pervading tho extremists of the North as to our social condition, would have an air of frankness and candor and evince a real desire for the prosperity of the South. The Trib- une says; "We are ready to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 December 1868

-S^Sffc ■SfKSffig BY tELEGR&PH. "fc- -OK-': i; ' V irr- #• -/. ir Associated Press Dispatclirs.. Washington, Dec. 16.—A decision on the constitutionality of the legal tender acvia tot expected before the middle <jf January. There will be two opinion?. * ' "* %' An Associate Jnstice i3reported as saying that at least four of the.beiioh will* proncucco for the constitution- ality. " . " Nkw. York, Dee. j6.—Wool firm, Texas 26 to 28; freights heavy ; cut- tooy steaui $ to i ; graiu 6j to 6^ ' The following is Sumner's modified resolution regarding Spain : Kesolved, That the people of the United States sympathizing with the people of Spain in their effort to estab- lish a new order of things, Express ' Hw confident liope that ft wttfc bo conducted to the end in such (a way a9 to be a prompt tri . omph of liberal institutions, and • they earnestly appeal to the people of* ~ I ''Spain*, not.to allow the present op portunity to pass without securing the immediate emancipation of sla...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 December 1868

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ' CinieifD OrTLAWBT lVOBTII - -li^PEAL TO TEXAS HEPCB. regnblish elsewhere tbe com- ments of the St. Loais Republican, on tie muider of tlffe Tex^ftravelers fo Jasper county, Migsodr^ and also" niie •l^crvafionfe of the-ChicagoTimes on the-bujUjbt-r^df^be Albany, In- diana priesorici,i?vvIn* a^Lynch mob «, . We it stated in the Sliel- heyji:;e, IiUhaoa. tiaj> rf>%th;it a gang of h bbeis in, that vicinity, are in the. habi^p^.celliug «>u t!ie farmers at , and by thteats, fompeUiug tkeid them to t=nrrer cT r Uu'ir trea ' f8T£* The Rrj ublieas- characterises V the Jvlissourj g||ii£ity as *'njco;>l blood- fcd avd ttowardiy a^assiaation." jind -tfie Chicago io'urnal sars of thei-Al- bany j•liljf.Jiiqjdef "that nowhere iu t^je Uijiied States of America sine? the close of tho etcil war, has there *'W&0 fctxhitutcd'Wft* grant, and.shock• *1'$ a ..spirit • f* rebellious Violii.ee agfunsyt$ e biws of (he Tand its in the State ufsladlana.* 'i he riots in New O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 January 1869

vf , * * > • - V VOL. XXilV.-NO. 38. It HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1869. * * - ' • 'Ji, ♦ •fc-ii. ESTABLISHED 1834. Oar lastta Correspondence, Ball of tub Cox * , Januarv > I Bditors of the TU#|r i>l Alter wiehtng you i;. aients ftf -the feasou . with al! iu\l fctossingS1 tbal an all-wisew Providence showers npou na poor mortals, I will proceed to give you, according to promise, the tefctfh of yesterday's proceedings of the Convention, whilst in Commit$Be of the whole on the condition Of 'the State. - , Armstrong, of Lamar, being in the Chair, the President of the. Constitu- tional Convention, Gen. E. J. Davis, offered a substitute of the Committee ot thirtee^ The object and aim of the substitute is to divide the State. Mr. Morgan C. Hamilton took occa- sion to denounce the military govern^ . ment as being imbecile, and the Pro«* visional Governor as being controlled by rebels, showed most clearly that a Union man in this State to day, was less respected than" the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 January 1869

WEEKLY TEEErtRAPD. The rftxas Christian Advocate is ►now publiiaked by Messrs. Veal ^ •Johns. Vigorous ' efforts" are being made to relieve this periodifcal of -the embarrasfinents which have r hung tjfvGT it.' We iiojje {these efforts will prove atf^cesofnl. 'The Advocate is a J .necessity to the MetbodreJ Church'in T^ias, and is well 5q$thy of an ex- tended patronage. « ' SbULB University—This instito* '"'fiooial ^ee® recfpened under most fav=^ TEfte jauspiceS* Dr. Mobd, the Pf^lident, is a thoroughly educated gentleman', and has^called to his as ai^t^itfe.an able Faculty. 'There is 4 -an'excellent intellept^al and moral r- in society.afc Gflappel Hill. The tillage is healfify^ and located on ortfe o^ur leading*railroad lines, ft is ■* accessible from-all parts of tb©1 State. *" * t** "t * • ,iThe Telegeap® is a daily secular newspaper W-q aim to give our read- fiotice of what) is passing,in the busy world around us.. Churches and theatres, -agricultural fairs and horse races alik...

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