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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 April 1869

- ' ■ ' ' 'tV - ' a .. -_/L . .• - •- 'J ' ' 1 5iS.-S_e,3 Mt$M StiktAiS > We har«y*ake «p one of oar ex* x-^hanges in^Meh^w do notftn&cofer- OBoea, moie «r 4«m extended* «to tlie 1®itaalMtkM otT versy. Perhaps our spadera vr*nKt like to know eonwthing .p{ the questions that are producing ■ruth agitatnon "*a the Protestant Episcopal ohnrcL ■ in Ameriea,<a3d in -•t&6 Chnrch^Eogland. .^. We will endeavor to give seme of -ithese poiats as we*find them explained in an Article on the ultra Ritualists, in the Janmwry number of the London ^Quarterly Bewiew. ; In 1867 a Royal Commission was appointed to examine into this subs ject. Sixteen days of the Coart of .Arches were -occupied upon the fol- lowing points, which were, decided against the {Ritualists, except the "VestBttentfl. (The court bad no $ jurisdiction-of this^aestion.) 2, The use of lights <«pon the altar. .3, Ex- cessive koeeliag. Offering In- • cense. 5. Mixture of the eaeharistic eap and elevation >o£fche s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 April 1869

telegram. \Mm 31? T uajuioi ,?i nvtm. E.d&wt d Propyl] ]!• THE ALL, I -HI 5 wtiviwirG odk !*' tixa8 . , C*Pt. W. F. CLAKKB^f Sbutfo^, Texas. J * *■ 1 JOHtt V- CABJtMS^-tardHJigejTexM. c pt. ALBBBT R. PASfeOMH, of Waco, Txs. e* W. <?. KA*MO lK B.q„ of Airftfn, dittn. .nas Houston. April 22, 18691 WKPtfrtO i<2 V*? ....... * 2^?**£ #\'£ V in ..•■■ml' '«k .- ; , . .. Fou Governor« ^B.AvJvHAMittTON. «isM7|tS 'WiATFOBJI. Sa Hie-a-Xdia « #Aun?r. o •* * ik-lii V KStflMrfj ,0't /f ;si.?uj xai ■ ' :e j' t ii > *.n' j <c S Ui« 9**: 'ijliu . -i Joaa^s wfc.A lu sa£W «•> -i s: "A BILL V#B BIH0TAL This is the title of a bill introduced into the—House of Representatives of Congress by Gen B. P. Butlet, on the ftoil action was Sad upon it on accon account of tbelate datStOi hbfcfr' in utlfe Session aV^rhich it was introdaced, bat as it seems; to have had thejferor of the Reconstruction Committee, it is' well for us to look upon jt as a measure which will- find (strongifcppoit in t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 April 1869

Etftterlal Correspondence. m N^'^okk, April ili.l&S dictate an early admission into the Union on. ahaost any terms. One The area and population pP!&ew t peweR-ai*! York are probably about the same as -when we last wrote, two days ag;o, .iTm3&*bnfeEw%4w*6E4fc;Ji!^*fche /Broaaway «•* two £Bjf **V:teeaiiB, for baa thiaisSaoday, and a wise -city t>tdm ___ anrft on the Lord's day, and excludes all vehicles except private carriages from the chief thoroughfare, Broadway. So, from our standpoint at the St.'Kicholas, we xi:«nr ta ^ have aa - aoobsoasod :*iew of the 11 > a*etroe, oh oar left all the way down "" by Trinity €hurch, even to Castle Garden 5 and, on our right, a similar - flew all the way up to where Broad- way mates a Buffalo iBayou beadi throwing -oat Dr. Gray's Church and ita noble spite in bold relief, with the 's H bme^elwn M al^ct ^crand. There •~.s" ' oTOa feW prnmeniadere-QQ the pave- ^ . but -of the aasatoer, very few, • "a t • '/%.ifc: any4 iaaMena.bfe&...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 April 1869

^>r TKLSeKAn. Houston, April 22,180ft - T(nw*ltk«Telttn9h. lagmnor.) /&■ Daily per year, $16; for Bix montbB, $ 8; or one aionth, |1 50. Tn-Weekiy, per year; $4 50 for six oootfe f *. • x0.f%:A Weekly, per year, $3.*'• Single copies, 10 een^s. ' THE ISBiNING. . Will th® Houston Telegraph please tell 118 the meaning of the following sentence taken from an editorial of : 3^terd«t^ ^ i-- "Bit if the movements now on foot «llK>ng extreme Democrats are per- sisted in, we may have no hope of an election for a long time to come."— Flake's Bulletin. We will, with a great deal of pleas- tire, and ean assure you that if you had read the Telegraph closely you -would not have got on the track of a sec ond mare's nest, but would have under- stood perfectly what we meant. And first, we assure you that we fhave no knowledge of any secret movement among Democrats, and yet A believe that your charge that there :iras, maie your mare'B nest number one. If, however, all you have heard And all...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 April 1869

BY TELEGRAPH. :ssT3i Washikgtok, April 14.—Senate in executive efeMkm considered the Da- rienCanal treaty, bat without action. Ita ratification ia improbable. The coorsBoftbe debate indicates that the matter will be postponed. , Among the confirmations to-day are, Adam, Attorney for Southern Mississippi F.Evans, Marshal for Eastern District of Texas. Commander Fillsbrown, command- ing the United States steamer Nara- gansettr reports on the 7th inst. some particulars of passengers and Cubans haying been taken ont of an American •ehooner, the Lizzie Major, ten leagues from this coast of Cuba, by the Span- ish frigate Fernando Catalico. The persona were named P. Santiago, A. Annible and Don Ramon Y. fLaivas. They took passage on we Lizzie Major at Havana forJNew Orleans. The schooner tonched at Remedios,?took a cargo and sailed on the 26th of March for its destination. It was boarded the Bame day by the Spanish frigate as ahowe stated. The prisoners were carried to Remedios. One is a l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 April 1869

ipy H.IM- |ffl||| B| m i.wn'T^i«u,^M^w^^^^^..v1r^w,nMrr||rTO||i| •Tr|T1nnT|r^,rr-rT,,..^,. . «oo xixyojrac^scjer^o: : TBff'JtA 4cmw wsi K act ■k* lUU UIA EL AND STB AM. •■■ Betweea WEEKLY TEL?fiR J LAG BlIP *srsaa: azsc J>*0 racv letter fri a The spa S&ttS °f the complications 1 city in reference to connectio Texas by rail, jrery Bensibly s to Houstonians, as follows: AENT OF THE BLBe. Tiorr Wo cding it is certain since Notwi writes that S-j 3U1 OS 3'y' ar ri ' i r. .Mtmiax' is. rtbe elect IDJL Flaxes Ike 20th inst.,tfll#ii*fe persistent effort made to influence the 7reeid« is a remarkable produDtion, and b^ing tv, or the zeal "With IP as jadge from the paternal tone a6sumtidv that he lsf the family, and ha3*3WHll«l iBPZ&iiP publican teWtsrall ,&38; J f«/ fc>ng.c ?' of the Republicgny^rty^tl) g$P<# paternal solicitude as*n old patriarch would assemble his tribo to a confer- alone will pay them wilSttC MjTi&jil&r of thtf*pfe>bableKHOP* nt a£ the hones ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 April 1869

K rifa • Fii! i7.sj * b*i es&tieq .T-JJEa©^ CUES sdi lt-J £*T*5J. ij* nil §:b{HX--as«e| J J aTi¥ ciw ,SCiH sjii j!i 9"5iW ooqp b-snnlq sraw e>o ;j> ; i -TC ♦4: lo •1,^ « r-r^ ■ro^Ji M-rrn- rreitrn~ •i 1 3 a / ji iiT OJ i .r v--3 >. ■HOtoStdN/.tfiXAS, APRIL 29,1869. UM'AN «*©iei >sa tz, t TaetJKJt T srr art 7/1 o t SL4."?iJl a E2 .sit ari il-f y-saK^ twr -JES#® ,8i if „£z*o* fu* « IL_s4 «mmb vftr fff ■ ,1 iVp.'^-tat cuts* .niji'.i'm. ESTABLISfflaKStlifi BY TELEGRAPH. TTTP m JGW TTmTT ng- i extensive; naval M arrjoY A^eeMe* fxee* DowstBbes.<r; wu sht t the lists. Tbe negroes are re^swr- ing now largely the whites, as many seem indifferent* The Registrars rejected the application of several black and white females to have their !£fgtaecetd. « si n fifsTMayior ^TSfc." Louis, -Mb^ died heTeof congeHtiorr ^ltbe fangs, ag6d seventy-nine. The President has recognized C. M. Hogan, Turkish Consul for Phila- stiVMtefrbm? WaSafctt rtvft military preparations^Jn_pro-- gress. P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 April 1869

Daily p«r jmt, flt>; for six months, or one nonth, $1 50. jTxt Weekly, per year; >1 5B to aSfc. jfiootEs. vTaa pww . It is well fiwr tw to consider the Ift&pecte for reconstruction and to weigh the obstacles likely to be met tifcteit niftiiguii.it.>v> * t*oifogwiflicarf dor at the Rfejmb- PV'y« it is evWent to every dis- pftssienate mind that the Radical wing Of that partywill not1 quietly coalesce With the balance without a yiel^^g to them of what they may regard as a fall compensation for , their support. Theee Radicals, whatever may be the truth of the matter, befieve that they nan control the colored vote of the State* They affect to be the simon- pure unselfish friends of the colored pjeopie, and point with exultation to the election of Ruby over Judge Bell a§ a triumph of Radicalism over Republicanism in flavor of the race, of ■which Rnby is claimed to be the rep- resentative. It cannot be denied that tlSfey have played their game well for the support of this r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 April 1869

MP**■ >r wds followed by the en trance of .naibitwAkk <ttt mi* grfef.' He was,'a Some fifty-five years ago, a young Woman of prepossessing appearance trail abated in a small back-room of a boose in CopenbagBB, weeping bit- terly.' In bet lap lay a few small trinkets and other small articles, evi- dently keepsakes which she had re- ceived from time to time. She took up ofie after the other, and turn fed them ortrer, bot she could scarcely dis- tinguish them through her finding tears. Then she buried her face in her totalis,- and rocked to and fro in •gwy- >"Ob," she moaned, and'is it com&to this f all my dreams of happiness have vanished—^lj. my hopes are dfeacft He will even go without bids , din^'Aie'faifSw^ll. Ah, Himlen ! that' Ifeave lived to see this bitte* da/ ! Love vare G-ud!" dW • ttfe tor yoaag man £boa&25 years of age, his' person middle sized and strongly bnilt, his features massive, regular tk&tattractive—lys long hair, flaxen, KMHiyfes bltfe. "'Thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 April 1869

a very place on. If cause blow we will tter in Last .Sunday was the display in this city of p<Mnp and> pagentry rr'sc-ua^.-^ it was r dis more them, catch C.CABJU*!**. Vf Austin, Texw. -.•'.it The 50th anniversary of the estab*. Sshtnect of tiie Independent Order ot Odd Felloes npon this continent, was celebrated yesterday in this city. The members of the Grand Lodge. Webb. EncaihpmenfcNo. 13, Lone Stir Lodge No. 1, and Germania Lodge met at the Hallof Lone Star Lodge at about £alf past 11a. h.« and with a band of music (town Main and Commerc^rstrtffets Wroe^dejlot of the irW * depptaf* Igemet #hd^ef| slJo.S, Chosen tLodge Ho. 6, HermaanXaMfee ina Lood Star Encampmeat Si ^ 5 : vr.^poo the arrival • of the f siputation fromLone Star 1, jroeived\tlie: represent re;tstafia>?iJL6age; Lodge, Hempstead, —4 Clarfimel Lodg > Br«nham ~ totrfre>eemi&f'*erie;Paa* G rafrcngas--. Mrs and Grand Repreaentativer «. Sunta14) iBBm M^^Wart-.xPj P.. Groverj,; 'Raktand- forairi& &...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 April 1869

f«0 s&s&hra ftt rwyjxt) OJ ,'.->aaI>a<> *t Tffa("q DHOI toots be^iaa* iboeaUtwo: clsiMes i of * men wfctf Wftto -btft tifcWitly of1 tbe sanre gigrwJ|if^ Waahing^oaleMeE of the F<*w6, b«*t illpBtorafcaa Ibe distinctioB. Grat)t i a UeprtbHcan and Brownlovr is a tine says, Met , na 4ave jrm™aad illpatratea bia B^qer'itj by; appointing two prominent Confed- erates to high office, as a token of his feeling to men Who bad honestly sur- rendered their opposition to the gov- ernment, and the / bloody Radical Brownlow represents the extreme type, who, like Davis and Degener of Texas, would forever disfranchise a majority ot their own race. Gen. Grant in tbe olive branch extended to the Soatb, through Lee'B favorite Marshal gave token that althoagh a Repalican, ha. would oppose the prosoriptives, who for the mere sake of modopolizs ing the offices were hostile to a speedy practical reconstruction, and a return to material prosperity. But to under" stand the difference b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 April 1869

tBLE^Uffc Houston* Ap} -IV 20,1869. danger AHEAD. THE 14TH AWE! JBfT. 'The residence of J. T. Swearinger, Erf^ne of- die finest in Cbappell Hill, was burned on Wedneduay last| Let Radicals remember that the sij&ortdf Gen. Hamilton by Demo- crats, neirlier makea him a Democrat, northern Republicans. We fearVome of our cou-roporaries will have to ga into maimiiug over the demise of the. Imperialist. That America^ monstrositydrew odk vifal .bceath.anft,flioft.^ ^ !Flafce Vays Vwd\mngs c;iu only, be njSwfth whisky, political parties act! - -ili V# * W ' *■ * ^ " 'i L ■ races. He is opposed to carry r m ii'i ifjiqHsiQJ * •« ■ " U_JL t ,a political cauvass on t i-4i horse . it into on «5r ■ et tiF: :■' - ■ a -. *aseF3P"TV!; rijr* ggfOS&fcRS FOR THE RADICALS' Afry gaper or person rejecting of 6p- pdshjg Q'jepvHatoiiton merply fc^cause he.will-be sappociitd. by: tha; Dfemo- cratssFHSf (4v.llH Childlike Inconsistency.—First to nomiuate Gen. Hamilton for Gov- ernor, as was done by a c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 April 1869

a**-1 W 9 i BY TM1GKAPH. Associated Press Dispatcher. .. . • Washington, April 21.—governor Hamilton, Mgjor Ochiltree and other TexaDS leave to-morrow. It is etated -that the administration sustains Hamil- -elm'sosiewsiegii*ding reconstruction. The Senate to day postpoped action *>n the domination of Lippard tot Marshal of Tm Bloakw bolda over ?,it ia. supposed, lne lexas election occurs in ^aly- .. . MimtB, April 21 -A majority of the Cortes in caucus were ur ble to agree on choice tor King. London, April *22.-In thecom- jfcents of the city journals on.Cuban affairs, the Telegraph says: England ia unbiased, but -Ea^liah interests are best served by Spain re- taining authority over Cuba. It would not be England's business to interfere againstGnSaa independence, but her good ©ffices might be useful in. averting a quarrd between the ITdilig4 States And Spain, Theeeiz- ure fcf tbe Mary Lowell is designated as a mad act, implicating England, Spain'* .best friend, in a quarrel with th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 April 1869

Wr^ %m Houston, April 29,1869. There are some writer^ • ttaiitjat'ON awih Hbbbjuk (heassistance of gove Cfc> ^CTT^JTje^aCiSoftLSa&ee^'ary, meat only acted on th its own officers. The Tf y Sii , September 1st, 1868,103,397 "cotton have gone from Hous- fualveston, 67,241 by the rail- «MOty vh compelled to adjoarn coold not^ilfe the We hope for flalgastoa—hope that j^lg^tupid torper which has so long e people is about to give pfoyjft v tivitv. Her people M#TWteStfff with the idea W§fa, 'am it *S§EoT A*?^arc and science should hel nature has taaght tnemj that she demands help frc dreu. While the people^ •allow a survey govern- matioa of ry author- \pr the iials or ^itfwat oom^^its(b i ■urn the 'officers < mpde it bo ^.difficult a^tyiaugprans 'fjr vessels to ertrYer their jrorc^ ? s ^^eng j«arE^f tkn companies were' kilo Wed-tir~become Higii kfiBfidWhW ^Barf pn^ire^s, ^Mtoath ML is "-goii •rounds of the press to the effect <43horch party in England, has all bis Hwta? # *l*ah...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 May 1869

h MR*.-- -■ ■ —* - r.^. - :;'f ru uimn Wi'-Ap , 3 ■ma VOL. XXXV.—NO.' 3. HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1869. ESTABLISHED 1834. '' LATEST BY .MAIL. WasJ®ngtok, Mayfe8.—Nothingof im porta see relative tcr C uban sff-i i rs was ao^8ii«)DnderBti on at the Cabi net meeting ^yesterday. Mr. Fish still denies that information lias been received here of the reported sailing of an "expedition from New York to . -Cuba. " * * ■ , j The'Spanish Legation, it is said," will shorty renew their*request that a Sreclamation be issued by the Presi- ent enjoining.neutrality. Abopt fifty army officers were yes- terday selected by the Cabinet meet- ing tot act-as Indian agents. They * will be assigned to duty immediately. The finding of the Dyer Court of « Inquirv will be favorable, it is said, to Gen. Dyer, and that lite ofrill JJ© .Acquitted, From information received here, it is kerned that the people and Gov ernment of Hayti are very indignant at the * appointment of a negro ,to represent''the Uui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 May 1869

> WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Houston, May 13. I8fc>9- The proposition to form -an honest man's league At New-York-does not seem to meet with much success. The Anniversary' of the American Bible Society takes place in New York May 13th. v' *" * Genexal Grant recently received a box from Japan containing various presents of articles of Japanese manu- facture. : In liarch the public debt of the United.States was reduced two and a half million of dollars, and a farther reduction of two million takes place place for the month of April. Families traveling may secure ele- gant suites of rooms, by telegraph, at the American House, Soston, with every convenience for comfort or lux- ury. Messrs. Rice have won an envras ble reputation as landlords. Gen.' Davis takes the Houston Union to task for joining in the San Antonio Express Convention move- ment, but then it will be made all right, if they meet in the ^Radical Con- vention at Galveston. Among the patents recently issued, was one to Thomas J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 May 1869

THE «DD FELLOW'S BURIAL. TJUBDTI TO DR. J. H. KSBR—BT LOTTIK 0. KFH03. Twa solemn, as with mournful tread, -j- We laid thee la thy narrow bed, ■' 'Where, brother, on thy lonely bier, There fell no mother*;, sister's tear. The son with smiling softness Rhone, Upon thy grave we left alone, - " Beneath the Autumn, leafless trees, Whose barren arms swung in the breeza. As we thy lttVg brother band, Wit| friendship, truth and loving hand, Bore from oar '-Lodge" thy stark remain 1— Thy spirit gave to brighter plains. Where Evergreens their branches wave,' O'er all who fill the stranger's grave, . If those in troth, in friendship's love, ■'**' MeetWith the "Grand Lod^e" far above. Withoonsoience clear of guile, or wrong • - Can join theholyohoir among— - The brothers who are gone Before '' _ In Myotic ties, fo-evermore. Of AF DAY CELEBRATION. "We make the following beautiful extracts from the address delivered by the May Qneen, Miss Kate M&tbews, at the celebration of May i)ay by the y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 May 1869

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. w. a WEBB, l - Editor KE kYC5f TEUTE TRATKLINS AOXNTS & COB. JOB TBXAS Cspt. W. F. CLABKm of Howgton, Texan. JOHN C. CABANl!««, to Grange, Texas. Capt.ALHI<BT S. MK96KH, of Waco. Txa. M, C. BATDIOND, >•( , of Austin,Tezu. Houston, May 13, 1869. £ <3Tor Governor: Gen^ft. J. HAMILTON. We take pleasure in calling atten- tion to the change in'the State Agen- cy of the Mound Citt Life Insu- rance Company, of St. Louis. As Will be seen*by the advertisement of that reliable company, Gen. John G. Walker, the well known commander ofWalfc&*8 Division daring the war, has associated himself in the agency for theState, with Major E. S. Leman, so favorably known throughout Tex aaj who was One of the former agents. From the high character of the St. LoQis company, and of its Texas representatives, we feel snre oar citi- zens coald not do better than to pro- vide for their families by insuring in the "Mound City." The Kansas City, Fort Scott and * Gulf Railroad is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 May 1869

■BE Toleration in Spain. ; We have before published that thq Cortes of Spain had established free toleration of all religions as a part of the constitution. This in a country so long exclusive upon this point, is a wonderful evidence of progress.' The great Contest came off before the Cortex on the 12th of last month, and the victory to the Liberals was due mainly to the great spet-ch of Cas~ y.- telar, of which the following was the - closing sentences: ^ ~ "Canon Manterola has said , that he would renounce all his ideas and all his beliefs if the Jews returned again to rebuild the temple of Jerasalem. ~ "What .' does Senor Manterola believe in the terrible dogma that the child ren are responsible for the sins of the fathers Y Does Senor Mauterola be- lieve that the Jews of to-day are ilio e -I Jews who crucified Christ ? I do not believe it; I am more of a Christian * than that 1 Great is God in Sinai; the thander precedes liiaj, the light- ning accompanies him ; the light en- vel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 May 1869

WEfiKLY TELTiiRAPH. - * Houston, May 13 1869. . the T«l««r Ph. ** ,-t- - tpr CDR* Ti' ,|F^|5aay ver year, $1€: ior six moiubs, f 8, - or one uonth, $1 SO / Tn^Weekiy, fs 'per ^ar.:-, 50 for ,ix months. J • wrtkttyjfft 'y«*r« *3 ' , Single copies. 10 cente. mm ■ ASSOCIATED PBESf JUsPA*- '* CUES. • "*•'•; J It would be impossible for the Agents who sendoa#tbese dispatches to perfect'^.please, all. who take a|n interest iu tteiffi,* ailtl ncT doubt they sometimes send out matters of little intorea^becaa&e o£ a dearthof news. Bat still,, there is room for..a .ve, y Jarge improvement ^.much of the matter seat to the press is. utterly devoid of interest. We j ay the Westw. Union Tele- * iraph Compauy toh^ five'doHa; s per, 3?k for the dispai cb.t a. gi v^i^. tp our ."^^aderp, and our patience is often - ;-4*ied at reading the staff sent, to us ■ * s. news and purVua^dJ at 'sach a heavy oallay. -• "J ' * ■ conppaiintr the-' newsf by mail; Titht&e ctTspalches of the same^ day! ; bur...

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