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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 January 1869

•tg\ - Written for the Telegraph. THE CLOSING TEAK. BY DEAN. Year that has brought ua all oar gladness, Year of joy and brightest cheer, Year that true hearts found ail sadness— Smiling, sorrowing, fleetirg year, That brought the days of mirth and pleasure) Happy fruits we love so tvell, That seat us trials without measure. Joyful, tearful year farewell. The page which time is swiftly sealing. And numbering with the shadowy past, ■Will be re-read—henceforth revealing What only in thy d ys were cast; * Deeds that won the actor glory- Deeds now brightened into fame, Deeds too poor for written story, Deeds unworthy of a name. And within the closing portal Many minds that shed their light, "Will henceforth rest from all that's mortal, And know not of thy final flight; Unnumbered myriads of thy dawning-, And who saw thy fruitful prime. Know not of thy present wanins, That thou art gathered into time. Bosoms with fond memories swelling- Leave thee with a vain regret, ; - Hearts full fore ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 January 1869

S^s« WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. W. G. WEBB, Editor and Proprietor. "W H PARSONS; | jsioelate Editors. II. S. THRILL, i Houston, January 7, 1869. MISSOURI CAPITALI8 f' WfSH TO HI"!I/O THE TEXAS AND NEW ORLEANS RAILROAD - XHEIR PROPOSITION TO TEX. AS HADE it THIS CITY. Yesterday we had a protracted in- terview "with Gen. Thomas L. Price and .TUB. Price of St. Louis, ohe form- er,- one of the company of Price, Chou- tejtffe 'Co., lessees of tl > New Oo IdarfB and Opeiousas Railroad to Texas. Gen. Price has just closed a contingent lease—to be made final on the 24th March, it prospects in this quarter are satisfactory—for the early completion and extension of the Or- leans road from Brashear to the Texas line. Gen. Price is managing Direct- or and ^principal Stockholder in the Kansas Union Pacific Railroad, now *ome~ 400 miles west of Kansas City. .This road has been, transporting Texas beeves to the eastern markets, that have been driven to Aberline and other" stations on its track, three hu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 January 1869

yr - <r , a^BMBsamBaamBB———ib ■ Mma % « BY TELEGRAPH. Associated Pres3 Dispatches. -New Orleans, Jan. 4.—a dispatch from Jefferson, Texas, reports Capt. wm.' Perry, an old and prominent citizen,shot and killed last night, . supposed to have been done by sol- diers through mistake. Le^slatnre of Louisiana met to> day. ° Quornm present in both houses. No business transacted except reading the Governor's message. A large portion of the message is devoted to* the election, it issues and effects at large, as well as in Louisiana: The following paragraphs from the politi- cal portions of the message are sam- ples of its tone : "In many parishes the late election was the occasion of most disgraceful acts , of intimidation, culminating in severalinstarcesin scenes of massa. ere svockirg to the sense of civilized men, and only finding parallels in the annals of savage warfare. These in- stances of savage cruelty, unprovoked — bht wMful and premeditated, seem to ■ have been instigated b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 January 1869

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Houston, January 7. 1869. Terms ot the Telegraph. ClU OOBBISOT.) per year. $16; for six montlis, $ 8; or one month, $1 50. 1W-Weekly. per year; $4 50 for six months. Weekly, per year, 13. - Single copies, 10 cents. GRANT AMD CAJLS. THE BADI- 16 becomes every day more appa rent that the Northern Badical w' of the Republican party, the ex. ists of that party, begin to r" Gen. Grant, or rather they b< t show their distrust, for while the Republicans took him upon his "Let us have peace," the Radicals hated the words, and fastened upon "I endorse, your resolutions," as the only cud they could chew in his letter of acceptance. If they could have helped it, he never would have been their candidate, but at the time of the nomination, the Republicans had for once aroused themselves, (amfc it is the only time, too, they have done so, since their great leader Abraham Liu- coln, was assasainated,) and the Rad- icals seeing it, did not dare to resist, and therefore submitte...

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

Written for tLe Telegraph. THE WIDOW'S .1IITE. * ET FANSIE A. D. DARDEN*. Nay \sjdow, stay tliy hand, Think of thy need and thy great poverty ; Surely kind Heaven, will not demand, Tby all of thee. And see, where pomp and pride, Into the treasury their liches pour, How mean thy gift w.'u lock beside Their golden store. 'Tis yain ! she heedeth not, But urged by her pure love and perfect faith, Gives meekly in that sacred spot, All that she hath. And see, she heedeth not That there is One, who marked the offer- ing ; Oh, think not that her gift is thought A worthless thin0\ The Saviour's voice divine, Proclaims of al^ the gifts most liberal, That she hath giveif at faith's pure shrine^ More than they all. . For though they cast in much, 'Twas of their great abundance j. 6he hath given ' , Of her great want, and surely such Are gifts for Heaven. * Though ages long have passed, The tale of that poor widow's offering free Is told, and will be heard to vast Eternity^* Columbus, 1868. efl ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 January 1869

f J** m WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Houston* January 7, 1869. -I ■ I Mil Ilf ■ ■ "" THE SAW ANTONIO EXPRESS- BOIT.H. We republish elsewhere, the affec=« tionate and complimentary effiisioD of that Radical Rough, the Express of San Antoniofon this journal. He says that "the editor of the Telegraph is a murderer of the deepest die, and he. {meaning us) i^eeds to be h an ged until he is dead.'* What is our offence I See the ex- tract which' the Express republishes from our article of the 15th in reply , to Gen. Reynold's report on Texas. We then asserted, that there was full toleration and freedom of speech and press in Texas, which we here re-affirm; except that "Texas will not, let the conseqeunccs be wHat ihey may, tolerate for one mo- ment threats of rapine and conflagra- tion ; nor the instigation Of a conflict between the heretofore peaceful and friendly races." * We charged that Smith, of Jefferson, was of this latter class, and that his case was "but an illustration of the certain doom o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 February 1869

a."-'*!': i TJ)0:iW VOL. -NO. HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1869 BY TELEGRAPH. Associated Press Dispatches,.,. ' , > - ' is ■«!,-. '-trz ■ \ - WA8HlfceTON, Jan. 30—The ful lowing' is the Constitutiorial-amend • >ned. Valmaseda brought m all the wounded subsequent Canto Lona. Many were killed after- wardn>J^yi%<i ilMigwo tg ■*befeve 4*;d to nT^j,^cgregate _ were ]srge^.&*£n that of the .Goverdlaent, amouutin dredMnen. llS^ Havana, Jan. 20. - The PreuiHpF >atiou IT T will The Peru- leave Peusacola adspiniatratian, which could by anj possibility be avoided without detri- ment to the public service. The bill finally passed authorizing the Secre tary of the Interior to erect a building for storage, and authorizing the de struction of models older thau 17 years, which have not been patented. ^ . .«... . .. j- . i Consular aporopriation discussed, n^ndjrW.^#ihe house to day: wbftu tht. Senate adjourned. •-Be rwolved, twoihuds of both vVasihngton, Feb 1- bouses co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 February 1869

«B9Si WEEKLY Houston, Fe per year, $16; for six months, $ 8; r one month, $1 50. Tri Weefctyy fa per year; $iS0 for tix tooths. " £%j Weekly, p^ Single copfesTIt) cents'. OCB G itmroiv cotempora- en re «fBMk • - ■ vifi • As to any-ei nltation on the.part of the Telegraph, upon reception of the ac&pn spf the Convention, over tfce downfall of Galveston, as intima- ted by the News, We here again dis claim aiiy inch manifestations or feel- % ings. The News, we regret to have £fcaervad, has taken contracted views of ail the-grand internal improve- ments of the State, on account of its jealous apprehension for the futile supremacy c£ Galveston. Eveiy State enterpriee,aeeordihg to the News,most- be subordinated to Galvestob; or the cold ehQB]d«f i§ given, as isprovm by >• the- averBien of .the News to the New Orleans road and ;a Kansas, city con- nection by the Central, for fear pfdi.-. Verting trade .from Galveston j-ancLas ' Is further^ evidenced 3>y the unspair- ing derision p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 February 1869

G. A. FORSCARD, A li ftfth milttary Dist. r"^* STATE OP TEXAS* .* to nefa&f, '■ ' ■■ Afifsfin, TtlAs, Jan. 1&, '69. vl?U i . I. TV) lecore the prompt and faitji- r> fal execution of the laws, and to give to all persons fall protection in their rights of" persona and property in cases where the civil authorities re- fuse, or from any cause fail to give sAeh protection, and to insure the prompt stfppression of insurrection, disorder, and violence, the State of Texas will be,divided 'into Districts, (Posts,) to each* of which aOommair- der, invested with the jurisdiction hereinafter defined, will be assigned, with a Bufficiefatmilitary force toexe i cnte or seooif the execution of his 1. For thepurpose of snppressiag insurrection, disorder, and violence, Tost Commanders are invested with control of the power of counties, „ the police of cities, in addition to | troops (hat may be assigned to their commands, aud all sheriffs and Constables, marshals and police ofn- certre, ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 February 1869

LT' tcusmm- 0 nks ftsdiKRs OF —— * # ■ W* ^ MJBIS* MB* T. Before ihe war females were pro- jected from voting beaausc it wfta netconsideredappropriate.to devolve upon this sex the duties and respon- sibilities of government: p : ^Transient persons were disfran- chised. This included foreigners -Tisittoff otfr country, natfve born citi • *en% who had no permanent doraicil, and m^B^belonging to the regular army aod Davy of the United States. Indians vet taxed, and negroeB a living ina state of slavery, or belong - ing to ao enslaved race, were not eonaidered proper persons to be oa*.; •dowed with the elective franchise. Immediately after the war, when so vlarge a portiopof tbeSoatbern people had been complicated with -the Con- federate movement, it was net strange that the Union party, as it was called, ahoald seek to inaugurate sach mea- sures as would secare the administrar tion of the laws in the bands of men loyal to the Government. But now, after the lapse of nearly four yearn, w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 February 1869

Oar Austin Corresponueme Galreiltf SHfaacr ~ *" sssw: irc&wvaMhe. 8te* «r tSjd&eity off Cape *4 i u i.>LMiKoitf^B^l**afW Wreck—Twenty ;-*n «4i ilora: imd7«ae Pa«enger Lost— - Three Sared-^Twribte Sufferings of the |. ■. CtttF and 8an<wora-f Ajjooizing Scenes at <%. <••'; tke Wlreofc-^Cond^ion of the Men Saved. - *• ''•'•l' ' •'?*■= WitMiNefTok, N. C.,' ) ■ : - i Jab.? 15, 1869.; \ *• The survivors of the steamship , Gulf City, which was wrecked ou the shoals t ff CapeL Lookotit on Monday '' iafcfr, afe now fn this City, at the Sea %'d i>'s-' man 'a Home^ receiving each treats A-; /. menV and attention as their injuries t • J'% .. if quire. A vjaH to- them elicited the . * / ' ** ? 'following particulars of the terrible r-:-".- ^feaster ttb'tcft' fca* brought sorrow .'aid suffMing" !!to! mahty "bereaved • v,,a- i friends a,od relative* VrrftM the 221 of November last, the Gulf City cleaned ij a- Ifoni New York Cbi GalVesliojp^ .Texaf v.v. .: between which ports...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 February 1869

mi-- ii"irriniiirr iiwiiiiini-Tii i it ir ivt HOUSTON SENATORS, THE FCttBE ®F TEXAS. TO THE RBADEB8 OF THE TBI. EGRAPH TGLECr WEEKLY At Arecflnt election in Selma, Ala Who is not prond to claim his citi- WmL Pint Geo. r. Beach, an e* ;4 «reat Sfcate f It i8 a0 • 1* ^^f^my'officeV, received 1638*1 K possessing all the ele were cast except 51. TheBrenham Banner reports that *the Stockdale beef packery near Brenham, is progressing towards completion. The machinery has been ^hipped from Ne,W Orleans, and within this week will be on the i : • < W*a*H*s .—We take back apart f whatwe published the other day, -aato their not being in oar opinion ' ' ' . "anyone who opposes the education <ot the colored people, as one sub- scriber has stopped his paper on, , aocount of out articles in its favor. - ■■**#&■ Does he npt stand alone in his ^ . — —• 4 ' " Spare the Child," wjw the express eion of the kind mother, when Solo- mon proposed to divide the child* So WC say to the u Seven Wise...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 February 1869

swat*** Medical. The West Indira. MAIL. LATEBT BY Letter frott CftMwell Comity, a: SahMarcos Vallry, . h Caldwell Co., Jan. 20,1869. v Here Iha*e been, blockaded lor two days by nun which has fallen inces - santly daring the time.aud for two weeks paat at intervals of one or two days nntilthe eartb is completely sat orated that plowing the soil will be an impossible for three weeks or more •should l^tanother drop fall. More rain has/falien in this immediate sec- tion since the first of January, than has been known in doable J>he time since the spring of 1853. The plant*, ers are backward in their prepara- tions for a crop in consequence, and planting will be late.. The large plantations in the San Marcos Valley are mostly of wrecked appearance, much of the land in cultivation before the war, turnecr out, and although gome struggles with the wasted ap pearance of things are beipg made, for the most part the whole valley bordering the river, has a sickly and dispiriting appearance ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 February 1869

I a— WEEKLY *":.&%*?*- ™ vy T H8T. G. WEBB, ^fCditor and P~r o ¥ *■ I e t o t. *W fl. PABS0H8} Lnjciurf il r . «. H. THRALL, r'"i ™ ^ - J. C. CttEW. Corresponding Editor Houstou, F&> tiixY jtabtMKG DKV8LOP1IIEJI1I8 II* Triu C """ercr - Tfce GBir«il«a Newioa Fif«w - $6,000 000 8«rcd Aua Ur> The Jkwa, of, the, 30th, eajs: -**A vessel of eight hundred tons lias oow to pay, in consequence of the obatruclibn^ftliebar, not lese Uifcto eight hundreddollars for_the privilege ©Entering oar harbor ,r "These high _ <chargta are doing niueh- tOi< jareour When, in addition t6 the "thirty and fyrtj box cars loaded with freigl * that leave the Cen&r?%{^Ma y, within sight of the windO-W. at which we write, we calculate the amount moved on the Hanitburg road west, we be^in to form a clear conception of the ?&&£nes8 of Texas commerce that at this early day eetka ingress and egress by Galveston Bay to the " vast interior of our giant young State. The yearly tonnage of G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 February 1869

VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 43. HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1869. ESTABLISHED: 1834. FROM "WASHINGTON 0t~ ' • Washington,- D: C-, ;rT F^bri; 1869. Special Correspondence of tlxe Telegraph. THE GABE-©*' JOSEPH H. BRADLEY, SR. Tb&^xeitement relative to the Bradley case has not yet subsided, and this week we shall probably hear more about it. The scene In the Dis tricfc Court ,in general term, on Tues- day last, when th$ mandamus <|fthe U. S. Supreme Court oideritrg the restoration of Bradley to practice waB taken up, was one of exciting interest, at.d from the well known ability aad determination of -Judge Cartter, a lively time was expected. The con- temptous manner in which he treated the mandamus 'of the Supreme Court created quite a sensaiion in the court room, and a large majority of the members of the bar present expressed themselves highly gratified at the firm Btand taken by Judge Cartter and the legal acumen he displayed in check mating tbe JO. S Supreme Court, at its o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 February 1869

WfiJBKLY T GRAPH Deiton Colorado ootuity.. U fgTflttft — .Grime, oounty..... *• W.BOOO.S. , l«HTO eowtr-~<W. a M. Wnrenm. m« T. Koraxr. >,,„ri" Robertson eoanty *• B- Wimos *• *. c. WkcmS ii Co., c**®na«g at«. He* Ori««u SraMn*, BruorU ooa.tr -* j. J. G. McNbbi, Jr ■iSfcaiSIIll Flirt Bead JOM Joan#©* ....\.T....;D:"H. PeiWTR .....nnOM. MOCOBKICK •'• • PWXCHAKB SeH«wnty.... *•w- Fwhbcbb B. TAKVKR fi i^miiir Bltts«ou*tT...~.-I. N.WhjttkSbers homck fc ce. j^u. btwot connty Maso* t Btoku fukflr comply.. J. L Oldham. fg, nir' 0*1 dwell county Lucb £ POiix. HaTl&fl connty i< M. Crockbtt. £m Pflnirr La,. ............;.A. 0. PibbStoht «ftfctUouae of Biseoe fcSaan, Speoial Agent TT*oe, Moijeonan eoontj- ■ J. Forbsabd Jkiadu. Waeo........~..Q«fc®, Harring fc^dams XarHn, Palls a. Adam 3brawta, Grimesftoobtr......... iW. L. c*B5 haw SMtrMBcrr. Montgomery county....DASt D«>'t Jihjattaown!e> Fayette Bounty.........O. W. Gbba&bt 3&S*—atU Fort Ssud e< nty....Capt. P.I....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 February 1869

wa&zz&w tc. I sil? "We* have oar files of the Ranchero 'aitatltlto Sentinel of Brownsville. £**? -" • £ *l vJ'.*;*£>>>fn .i^ * rom the Ea'nchero we learn that A Clarksville raider, a few days since, was captured at White's Ranch, and is now safely locked np in the military prison at this post. It is stated that he has been fully identic fied as one of the persons who took a ; - conspicuous part in tliat hatchery. r i. He will have to stand his trial at the -■next term of our District Court, when ,i the, .punishment for raiding will be r practically established. All of the Cortina raiders, as fast as caught, have been hung, and we do not sap* pose that the Clarksville raiders will reeeivg a moreBeveiepunishment and v certainly not a milder one. The raider in question is a Mexican. ; On the subject of the favorite amusement of the border people, the , Sentinel says: Cattle stealing is progressing most '^e~|fearfally. There are roving bands of thieves over all the coun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 February 1869

K^^^j go't-^Kr5S* MMiiMM tsi ,'jniPipW WEBB, £dit«r and ^?p^?rietoT>l-' W. H PARSONS* | Aaioelate £ Attars. yi f8i Uorrespoudg' Editor, j c. CHEW. Corresponding Editor. fi.'vM 11 ■ -•' -— : "' TRAVELING AG-SNTS & COR. $0R TBXAS: "5 ;®^Bfcl£<rtKPUty DeVR l6 ¥E.atIId W B, Texas. Oupt. ALBSET It. PARSONS, of Wtoo. Txs. ^ u^(^get WT 11th 1869. •*&«£&*** a Since the discovery of tbtsconti- the the ""eveT faithful-isle," has, by the suf- franee of the great powers, remained ^ dominion of Spaitf. / c£ ; sr her GavernotB, ifc is enough to sayihey'fteVe gfafaiffy Hidalgos, im- perious, Noting and bloo& thirty. .x. , When theSpanish revolution broke pat, Lertundi, a regular representa «t® of SpanishproTiniiial satrapy was r- a\V«*Irtato G^Urat of Coba. 8:8 j [ /r . *,; .* The Qfllniafing been banished, anda proraional gov ern ment estab- lished, Gen^Dulce is sent to Cuba with additional troops to: secure the , .allegiance olthe Cubans to the new oTdecof fKAgs. iT^T-V V'"...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 February 1869

?ssm^ ,«4wy-.^ij K<a • « ••-V4>->tUUPW uJ-ul,. J ti —BY TELE«RAPJ1. wo t?i 1e i&ilMja <£'ggigfal. i* ■ ; i> ^G«^a r ,■?-&«--«•? >t - 7. ' • .4®« iat«d Pxe«8 Dispatclies. ' -' > v',... Washington, Feb. 7—Senator mc- '^•7,,-^.; Creery and others had an interview with Evarts, regarding the release of . liient. Brain of. the Confederate Jsavy. . , . .donbta whether Brain's crt3e • -comes within the President's amnesty, ' f.^t.listened favorably Jo an appeal for mercy. v ■ - " .-: . Eecent-jjiterances^ and votes ot tr'aw Cf&axj. indWte, $£-/]$? } feeling' towards tha Southern • people*; botli "3' ° regarding political and property jd «^-niiOd «!•**.' v'- ; >v„ , eii ^ftis WAeHiN&ToN, ebu8i^-,BBraii|a© to biiia s i; V' L ^. -•ij,1,.' --it wJlfffeSamti'sfepQams were $eli*er«: 6^0hietly u> h«r family to-day^ *<> r the Judged "rirss;; irt tfefc-SupBedie Court of. Miesissippi, :&il;o l|N «W S®4 5.^«:4fty ^tt'addr^w tfrthe ■ Beconstrnetion C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 February 1869

jSSrK? JHBttL, JELEUUPH. • - f'lt. u XcrtM «(>« Meirapk. * :il~ ?r ,„ti««wiwBwro - •v~ v"DaDy pet year, $16; for six months, $ 8; for one month, $1 50. - .- 0 Td-Weekiy, 9* per year; $4 50 for a i, mrti Weekly, per year, Single eopies, 10 cent*. - ^ Houston, February 11th .1869. IT MELTS AWAf. . The ice of bigotry and intolerance cannot stand the son of reason. It ~ melts away, arid loon will disappear forever. The l*te war has brought Borne - •g&od, with ali of its evils. The peo-> > pie Of this great country are learning thatfheir destiny mast be worked oat 4 Before the war, the sections neither understood or appreciated each other. To many thousands of the North, the , Southern people were .a sealed book, -* which they would not open, because they abhorred it. This book^the war has opened, and bow the Northern people arereading it, to find that we are of their race and lineage,'*nd worthy to be co- workers with them in solving the problem of man's capacities and des-...

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