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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 May 1869

laa I- BY TELE8BAPH. New ^oek, May 5.—Wool is with- oat decided j^aDge; domestic fleece 46 to 51 j picxed 40 to 50; combings 55; California 32; Oregon 34; hides light demand, prices favor buyers, wet salted New Oileans 9J gold; Rio Grande dry salted 2H to 21 J, wet 12; Texas wet 11 to 12. Seven lmudred and forty women have applied for employment in searching the persons of ladies who arrive from a! road at the Custom House. Washington, May 5.--Advices via * Florida report tbe safe arrival of a steamer from New York with arms for the Cubans. Supposed to be the Grapeshot. Madrid, May 5.— Olasega and friends demand ihe establishment of a Directory; Prim is favorable. London, M \ 5—Bill suspending the Mayor of U<>i k fi«m the Magistra- cy was introduced, and after debate read first timt i' the House. Ha.vre, May 5.—Cotton closed un* changed. Washington, May 6—The Presi dent has appointed C. H- Sears post- master at Staunton, Virginia. i The poBtoffice appointment clerks has heard ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 May 1869

•r WEEKU TE!-?flRAPH. nwtnyi, May 13 1869. THK nOltfiOLKAIT RACE. ► bbyhoi-DS' BKGISTBA- * XIOIY ORDERS* We have pnbliahed these for several «ha!l keep fLiem stand ■23tg in onr pvfiiiiDjj paper for some* ^ate, in order than the people may be cxpaViy advised about lUtni. j^hey are *afoe same issued" last tafl to govern aSaa registration in Fid Is, Bell and /XeLeonan coantie^ They are now gabii3hed as general' outers to control -46 registration all over the State. Tbey are neither *u«taioed by law - «oc justice, bat we reiteiate what we ^Repressed before, that Geo. Reynolds, •"fflwt being a lawyer; had to look to ^sUlters for guidance, aid that we jw^ae the advisers far moje JImm the The industry exhibited by the law .3F3*" (non6 other coald have done ii > in 'touting out tin- dead statutes from *£*& day of annexation :o the issnajice -*f. the «rdj&rs-r" t ti)te8-'which had 3feeeo regaled—to find an excuse fos disfranchising, and the puerile extent 3 which the matter has be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 May 1869

i. —- • -1 . ■ . ■* .." VOL. XXXV.—NO. 4. HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1869. ESTABLISH®) 1834. „ -? -1- -U, Editolal Correspondence. 3e©g Hiti ' r : "'i' New York.Cj.xt, ? - • • May 8th,. 1869. y This vast city,a world within itself,, is last assuming-the*-national impor- tance of Paris and London. It is now theeentral point from which all en- terprises, Whether political, Cfmmer« <aal, intellectual or moral, must draw ' their vital strength and inspiration if national success is desired. To be in good standing in New York, id to stand well with the world; to be nn known there, limits your efficiency ted scope of powei&£;;No other city can ever compete wnh this* as repres t sentative eity of the; .United States, ted as seems- indicated by the signs of the times, the-United -States will soon be all America* Then the day - k is not far distant when govern- V* '- ®eat will find its locality here, and * * j all other cities will be represented in this as French cities in Par...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 May 1869

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Houston, May 20, 1869. yipYAi CON VKW®MOpl Let it not be forgotten^ that at thfe meeting of this body last February,; it adjourned to meet at the city of Houston^ the.2nd Monday, (14th) of June. Other States- have their Press Associations, and fire see no reason why Texas should ,be behind hand in bo laudable a matter. Therejwe many matters of interest to which such an association might very, properly give attention, sach as t& consult upon the best means of developing the immense resources of our State/mine^ manufactories, rail- roads, paper miKB,ogc., the encour* agement of immigration, and in jhort, there is not a matter affecting great material prosperity of the State, -which might not properly be considered and thereby secure unity and oonoert of action. Besides these weighty considera- tions, our assembling together ill enable us to form a personal acquaint^ ance with each other and furnish *us an occasion for personal intercourse. 'Then let each leave hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 May 1869

Associated Press Dispatches. New Y^rk, May 12.—Wool quiet, drooping, domestic fleece, 45 to 51; palled 37| to 38; hides, weak, limit', ed demand, Rio Gracde dry, 21, wet 3H; TexaB wet 11 to Hi. London,May 12.-The Morning Stand ard a conservative organ has a lead- ing article on the Alabama question • ;ai)d speech of Sumner. The writer reviews the rejative position of the • United States and Great Britain, and asserts that*raids and other outrages perpetrated by American Fenians in Canada during the past few years more than overbalance the depreda- tions committed by the Alabama on American commerce. The Govern- ment'of Great Britain in consenting to? submit to neutral international grievances to arbitration did more than could be fairly demanded, and ±0.yield further would be an act of cowardice and irreparable degreda- .tinn, . ' ' London, %ay 13—The Times to- i <lay has an editorial on the rejected Alabama treaty, wherein it is assert- ed that the Government of Great rSjitain i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 May 1869

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. W. G. WEBB, *Editor i>nd Proprittor. H^>. THRILL^ 1 . . ymvlmo agbnt8 & cob. job texas Cm.pt. W.F. CLAKKB. of Houston, TexM. JOHN C. CABANISS, La, Grange, Texas. Cfspt. AliBBlT K. « N. C. RAYMOND, £■«-, of Austin, Texas. Houston, May 20, 1869. - For Governor: Gen. A. J. HAMILTON. ■ tifi "r-. -rt g • - ;• - Dr.Michau requests us to state that the Dental Convention will meet jn this city on Tuesday, June 15th. _ The yellow fever in a malignant form, prevails in some portions of South America. All the Galveston papers speak in terms of commendation of the newly appointed officers of their City Coun- cil. - • White men who suppose that the negroes do not see through the mo- tives which prompt them to court them so persistently, are very much mistaken. - - r . "• Let it be remembered that the ■Grand Lodge ql Masons, the State Medical Association and the Press Convention, all meet at this city on Monday,/the 14th of next month, while the Dental Convention meets...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 May 1869

#• • Itofeisires ofi&e Supreme Court at Tyler". .Specially -reported for tie fttegraph by 'Jennings dtfjcanings, Attorneys at Law, "•T^ter, Texas. of 'Willis H. §Fbe vs. tl>« State Toxas—Appeal from Eta-* county. ?Tbe appellant was indicted by the QTaadJjory-«f Rusk eoaaty, at the Bptiog terra of 1868, for the murder of William it. D- Ward.-oa tke 2d day of April,.1868, ia the coeftty of Rusk. The accused was put npon hia trial before the-oourt and U ^ Petit Jury at the 6ame teim^ and tbe gory, after beatiug the evidence, returned into court a verdict that the aecnged was "griiky of .marder in tbe ifirat degree, as efearged in the indictment " Upon tbe-.verdiet the.yadgmeot •of the court wa^pranoaoeed, and from that judg- ment, the prisoner has appealed. We hftve-acratioized the record -af the^pro* ceediogs in this«ase, widbtbe gravity and attention < becoming >ae occasion involving the ^earthly . destiny of a fellow mor al. This was sfcae to the mayestp of<the<la...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 May 1869

... <£ • .• *• WEEKLY TELRGMPH. Houston, May 20 1869. Terms mt the Telegraph. nscs «jcw i£>*Qy year, $ 16; for six months, f month, $1 50. Tn-Weekly, fa per_year; -«tafeths. " -> •" *; ' v* *r«kly, per year. 13. Steele copies, 10 cents. |4 50 ft>r «x . — } rc?j W« shall watch with interest to see £ftbe wharf compromises at Galves- ,—will give any relief to the people Texas against-the Wavy outlays are required to make upon ship- i through that port. a s>.T- —®^—a— t.il #. JL correspondent of the Georgetown ^Tatohman, writing from, Lunpasa?, the spring ;is sadly neglected, be- " with dead carcasses and other Some 35 or 40 hofs 8 that had by a party of whites who tsm&H to pass themselves off for Indians ■ ipflro recovered and driven back to •: J H ft *' tsvn by some cow boyp. A gentle Ssen phot at and killed one of tldk- i, and on washing his face, Full Jt white man with red hair. -M v (jUijd old and well establisid hoit&e.Htf jRelfiahs, Swenson & Co.j ar6 s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 May 1869

DESFONDANCT. * - ^-r BY LOTTIE B. KFHOB. How oft does aweary heart ache, And long Tor an anchor of rest— But oft will its tendrils break, 'Ere faTor'd by issue so blest. The sheer su'len pride oi its beat, . When ehill'd by the. world'; cruel frown, And g'ief stricken Snds a retreat To brood o'<rthe thorns in its crown,— Would melt even marble or stone, i ' If either by nature would melt— Could half of its sorrows be known - x . Or shade of its wretchedness lelt,— By they who are cold; or whose smile Strikes on its keen feelings like lead, And all of its day-beams defile, * " Mil its hopes lie wlth'd and dead. Such heart will Ireak on, for years,— Its pulses ai* deep, warm and kind.— *Tis one that will she! bitter tears Over ills that any may find,— But life there's no wish to prolong, No threads in its woof are to save, The bent of its giief laden song To hide itself soon in the grave. Henpstiad, Texas. Editorial Correspondence. Alexandria, Va., May 7th, 1809. Za it expected of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 May 1869

-<3S WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Houston. 20 1360. THE BUaCWOff. J -J: -4' t ~ "a- * ' > > ^Sar people niahiffst agreat anxiety so . know whefliM oar State election :-nsSfi. be held at the time designated by iate Convention. We are of the e^sion that it will either take place , jafcsfhat time 01 wifchii# a short period - aiBeTward. A deterciikied tffort has insn mad© by a "feudal 1 i arty of dis* aganiaers in Texas-to have it post- . gmred. This movement in get on foot ivsagr office holders, who will be dit>> -& *iwrcod when , .the state is recon- «-■^flteacted, or by office huuters, who no chance of success in the *aeeent temper of the pablic uii d. ^Within a few days we have cnu- ~ ^ WBLued with gentlemen fnj:u Washhiy- ■'■im. and others irom Austiu. The ^fSkteident is exceediiigjy anxious to ^■wstTexaa-rehabilitated. Geu R^j- "is equally anxious to have au Vtoly election. It is believed both «t .'*Asbingion. atd Austin that the pto- .• >>of oa$ State ,are neatly fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 June 1869

VOL. XXXV.—NO. 6. HOUSTON, TEXAS, "fHyRSDAY, JUNE 3, 1869. ESTABLISHED 1834. Editorial Correspondence. New Obleans, May 28, 1869. v * On last -Sunday. May 23d, we steamed oat of the harbor of Galves- ton otf the pride of the Gulf, worthily named after tne Creole empress ot the French. A twenty hour trip across this Southern sea found us in the his1, toric port of Brashear, where once a formidable garrison of 1300, with im- mense army stores, fell before Texan strategy and prowess. In ttefee hours we glided over 80 miles of the smoothest track in th$ South, and.within thirty hours from .Houston, (the usual schedule time by rail and steamship, and the route which for celerity we should always recommend,) we found ourselves, almost deafened by the din of the im- mense dining hall of that great resort of Texana—the City Hotel of New ■ Orleans. After feasting at the most sumptuous board in the City, with an appetite to which zest had been imparted by sea air and abstinence in the Gulf tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 June 1869

WEEKLY TfiLECRAPH. Houston, June 3, 1869. fcrm •' tte Telegraph, n> OCMrtHOT .J Daily p^cywx, fi6; for sue month* $ 8; or one «oi b> 50* Tn-Weekiy, f per year; $4 50 for six month*. ■ — —— —- -- •; Weekly, per year, 13. gingie copies, IQ oenta. ^ ^ ■. ^ r*- Motto of the Sorosie—Principles, r>*t -; -- €ten. Gano frmro^eahrasly preach- ing among the Baptist Churches in Kentiwfcy."!- ■ ■ ' r ftnn. Wm, E. Dodge has been re- elected-President of the National Temperance Society. ..< Some time since we published a statement that a young man named McClellan was thrown from a horse and killed, pear Union Hill; Washing- ton cotfhty. The casualty occurred near SamfTown, and the youngman's name was McCutchen . '*£ Tbad6 with ,thb ea.8t.—It will soon become a question to be *practi- cally settled by commercial dealers whether trade with the East can be best carnal on by the Papifio Rail- road, the Isthmus* of Panama, or the Suez Canal. ' Explanatory—Gen. Webb, Editor in Chief, since ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 June 1869

Wrlttin tor the Telegraph. . #OEIK'« WBKATH-FOilMY 8«N. ' • _ ,'/! __ , /■ - -■ • • . . '• "1 ' ,. „ . BT M*S. TAK^IB A. D. tA.V DBS. Ilr boy, there is no language fetrtrn Wherein a mother's heart J : il Can find expression in a tone ii / Her love would fain intpart; .. And m* analogy caa show • - The thoughts she hears to • <. y~ T'iah$rs alone^thls shiine to know, L. * 'Thisisle in Iovt's own sea. j. 31 • • Tb^te waifi el thought, these fragile flowers, . ..4. Tb^tdjoopwheniudely torn r. . ,s ^ £y mankind hands, when darkly lowers * ^l| withiefin*brow of scorn,' •Uj Witt'gladly smile, and softly breathe I*'.™ Their incense 'neath the rays ? /rJ^Qfgentltness, that lightly wreath She poet's simple lays. Tojthee I bring them. Nature cave , . • . From oat her garden wild • ■ This wreath, railed from some gloomy cave - Or flowery mead that smiled, Or sunny hill, where whispering pines Breathed low in plaintive strain, Or where the golden son declines Above the rolling main. To thee ...

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

issue. WEKKLf JBWUM. W. O. WEBB, - Editor fcnd Proprietor. B.8. THBALL [AmeUtt Bdtam. ■'T >!\ few 00E. FOR TSXAS of Houston, Texas, la Grange, Texas. dfKutlnvTexag. vt v---*' fBAVXLlNG AGM^B Capt. w. f c. jrottN c i« t. i H-.c.: Houston, June 3. 1869. a I .ti i„f ...J : Foi* Governor: L. J. HAMILTON. • if M<a fi f-- f. *- • .1 * Lay it tip in your hearts that vice and meanhess always make the swords with which they commit suicide— therefore, honesty and fair dealing ' make the only true policy. If the Radicals of Texas- are Repub- licans, why do they nod follow the lead of the Republicans 1 Why do they, a small' minority, attempt to lead the RqpublicanBandrequire them ; to follow them? ... •; ~ Ohrtetfer from our associate, from New Orleans, Col. W. H.~ Parsons, will be found very interesting,' as fully explanatory of, the action of the Commercial Convention and the rail- road Drospects of Texas andHotiBton. ■** ' *■. " ■ m * When the Radicals show that they have repented of ,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 June 1869

BY HSMLEGBAPH. Associated Press Dispatches. KiCHXOND. Va-, May^20—Decora- tion of therUnioQ soldiers'graves to- -day. Tbere wae a large crowd of both wfrfre and>- colored wisitors at the National Cemetery.j Tbe-Sevententh Infantry were -marched to the ceme- tery and participated in the proceed- WASfiaHGTOK, 4Cay- 2S -r-At Arling- ton there are . .grouped ooe hundred and fifty Confederate graves, with all the headboards .marked rebel. Stray flowers faHing on these graves caused some conwaentr^hich was quieted by placing -6 .guard of marines around them, which prevented their decora- tion. ™ Washington,''May.29^-M0cca8ional : flowers thrown oa Confederate graves at Arlington, produced distarbance, which wasoheeked by tha guards, who #. prevented their decoration. (This * policy was enforced upon- the author^ itaesby roffiaofr,supported by thought -less persons, who,gathered and tramp- led upom tbe^flowers). i Tins -act and - the necessity to, guard graree is uni- versally, deplored...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 June 1869

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH Houstor;. Jur e 3V *18691 *r T^importacce of selecting tbrbest men tb-r*present us in tbe^rafc'££gi$* iaturefor the S-ate of Texas, un«ler the new Constitution. can bardlv W appreciated by tfce^ moet far seeing and iboughtful mind.*, A new eta iu political economy and civil law, will date with the ever;. A system < i legislation in perfect harmony wi;li the National Gt'\>r. ment and >':*■ progreealgja apim-;-f the age will be. demanded by evt-iy consideration* <>f State'harmony an*! national syiui'*- •thy; that legislation. u> iuc< i -he Wants ofthe country, will be < -x; • c"td to devise and inaugurate oi = suies of such importance as will ii quite the greatest wisdom and the most sterling Integrity to be found in our country ; and while the period of rbe el- ctiou is yet unknown and may become months in the future, it may u« „ be iiiap, ro priate and uutiroely for us to i-uggest that the utmosf c-iie should be luktfc in the selection of the...

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

B>Y TELEGRAPH. ,uS s ,-s Associated fcress Dispatches. Washington. >Iay 26-Opdyke, from New York, and Boatwell had a "consultation to-day. Opdyke 5 pre- sented no argument or protestations against BoutwelPs proposed policy. Boatwell and Opdyke, after consulta- tion, seem to be nearly in accord re- garding the proper immediate fa tore financial coarse. After the interview Boatwell expressed a determination to persist in selling two millions of gold, , and purchasing and placing in the sinking fand one million bonds weekly, until tb& bonds so purchased and placed reach twenty-six millions This coarse will involve the sale of nearly sijety millions of gold daring the present month. The accamola- tio'n of gold in th? treasury has readi- ed be#ween five and six millions. * London, May 26—The Ptince and Princess of Wales and an immense crowd attended the IJerby races. Pretender won, beating 22 horses- betting even cn the winner, who be* longs to W. Sadler. Atlaota, .May 27.—The'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 June 1869

* mmrnsm WEEKLY TEIEGRAPH Houston. June 3, 1869. 1 ^ f """M jfiBgof Congress 'the -withdrawal rtraent THE FINANCIAL v:. Unquestionably one" colt questions-^ :ted with the fi <rf tbe government. * At the breaking out of the late «sr the Southern editors and many of oar poll tic tali a assumed that the CSaited'States -Treasury was empty, sad it 'would be impossible to com —nd the means necessary to cafry 4t a~ gigantic war. But by some mysterious means a large army was anaed and equipped and kept it? the J&*L A.8 the war progressed we were in fiarsaed from time to time by $apecs, and the report seemed to be scfestantiated by snch Northern or- gwixa as the New York World and Oaj- Book that the credit of the -€E®vernment had reached its utmost Ebb it and that if the South could aiMietain itself a few weeks longer crash would come, the United Treasury would collapse and war close, leaviDg the South mw- Sera of the situation.^ ■Caoy who saw" that the Federal ar anes were steadily e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 July 1869

r T mm J. C. CHEW, CwrapoBdiag Editor. TRAVELING AGENT™fc COR. FOR TEXAS: Capt. W.3F, CJU&RKIi of Houston, Texas. J9JBLN C. CABANXSS, LaGrange, Texas. Capt. ALBERT PARSONS. Waco,Texas. . N. C. RAYMOND, Esq., Austin, Texas, • . H. Et AKK1NGTON, Houston, Tx. Terms < ef the Telegraph t (in currency.) Daily per year. $16; for six months, $8 for one month, $1 50. Tri-Weekly, $9 per year; $4 50 for six months. . v- -' „ ♦ Weekly, per year, $3. j , . nin. , Sraglo copies 10 cents. " Letter from H ays County. f ai htSttr Marcos, June 29,1869. To the Kditor of the Telegraph. 1 Vi It ia with pleasure I transmit to the columns of the "Dear Old Telegraph" my sentiments in the fdrm t>f a letter frojm the beaatifal little town of San .Marcos.-. • . ■$.- If I only could find words to express my feelings toward the place, its people and the surrounding country, I Would feel better, but knowiDg that I cannot da jastiee to any part there* of, I feel embarrassed and a delicacy in spe&fei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 July 1869

4' « Announcement of Candidates. lyJ F*r Llentenant Governor. HV We ut authorized to announce DR. B0ULD8 BAKIB u & candidate for Lieutenant Governor, on the ticket of Gen. Hamilton, in the election to be held on the 5th of July next. For Congress. XT We are authorized to announce CoL JACOB KLIOT, of Jfavarrs oounty, as a candidate for Oon- grees, from the 3d Congressional District. Friday, 186®. Radicalism ia a strange plant—it wont bear cultivation—it dies under it. :" Brother Chase, of th$ Waco Regis* ter, isin*townona chase after patron- and he deserves it too. , Helfeifter we have only two mails a week from New Orleans, on TuedS . dkysand Fridays. M. C. Hamilton's letter is the finish- ing blow to Radicalism in Texas. It wag giyen too in . the Radical organ of thiB city. PreskLentGrant was actually per- mitted, to smoke his segar in the streets of Boston during the peace hubbub. A most wonderful conces- sion from the hub. The proprietor of the Telegraph was Assistant Editor ...

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