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

To/EKrSfifer of 1E . Tatosraph. Yoa have said once or twice in the - Telegraph that the '-black race are as bitterly opposed to mixed schools as the white," i wish I could believe ■J joa had good authority- for this. I fear "the wish is father to the thought." You say, with truth, that "no friend of either race would insist on mixed schools." But is it not a melancholy truth that the nogroes are under the control of those who are the friends of neither race 9 It is an undeniable fact that the negroes of -- *the South have persistently and v clamorously contended for every real or imaginary right. In Louisiana they have not only insisted on mixed schools, but mixed * sexes. The result is that the public schools in that State, once as good, if not the best in America, have been destroyed by this clamor for mixed schools. * The Universities of Alabama and South Carolina have been destroyed ■ by the' appointment of negroes in the Board of Trustees. The negroes of Texas are not different...

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

gen HOUSTON TELEGRAPH G, WEBB, Proprietor, Tuesday, July 6, 1869- FOR GOVERNOR, A. J. HAMILTON, Flake's Bulletin says Gen. Hamilton is certain oi his election, j v; ; *. ' : -,1 , • *tt if ii -tifi - r ; ■ • - '•— Texas ranks as tBe eighth horse ig State. ? ; —•? \ . ; le Trinity Advocate has hoisted Hie Hamilton and Latimer ticket. The Bastrop Advertiser says Col. C. K. Hall declines the canvass for Governor. The Liberty Gazette estimates that 2,000 bales of cotton will be made in that county this season. A lumber schooner called the Union, from Pearl river, was recently wreck- ed off Aronsas Pass. "Vessel a total loss. ' The report that the yellow fever had appeared atlndianola is officially -contradicted by the health officer at that place. A letter from Dresden, Navarro county, informs us that the crops are very .promising in that pottion of the State, * Governor Pease has gone to Wash- ington to have an interview with the President in reference to the election inTfxas. " The Su...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 July 1869

J:^nI 1 . Gen. Jl. J Hamilton's Address to tie People of Texas. hFkli^W'Gitizens :—Impressed with : .? the belief that it was the wish of a )i large portion of the citizens and vo- ters of Texas, I have presented my name as a candidate at the approach- ing election for Governor of the State xinder the new Constitution. It has "been, and is my wish and intention . to meet and confer personally with * as fnany of the' people in different stations of the State as may be prac* f / tfcable between this and the time ' "^f '^hich may be fixed for the election. Bat the vast extent of our territory, and the abscence of facilities for rapid travel, preelade the possibility of my , :: visiting all of the different counties of - -tlfeState within the limits of an or- '1 binary canvass, even if' my strength ~ -"S were adequate to such a task. * I therefore adbpt this mode of prs- .-/ senting to the people of the State briefly, but plainly,my views and pur poses. ' j It is known to you, fellow-ci...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 July 1869

TTOTTSTO^ Sunday, Ju'7 4' 1869V m " jfe We have a month's supply of poetic coDtribotiopa on b and. Have patience. What were yoa made for? Cer- tainly not for self alone, bat to make the world better. The Federal Court, Judge Duval presiding, convenes in Galveston to- morrow. A writer in. the Reform League says food coats only about one half as fcocli In Nova Scotia as in Massachu- setts. Light upon the world. Experi- ments Are being constantly made bj| practical chemists to find cheaper and better illuminating gaases than those now in use. '•Open Air Amusements," and several other valuable .communica- • tions intended for this issue, are 'crowded out. They .shall appear in ue course. In to-day's issue will be found the card of Inbau, Aycocfc & Co., of New Orleans, Commission Merchants for the sale of cattle, bogs and sheep "These gentlemen are experienced and responsible dealers. THmtww naoaliar tn fenuww oared with R. v y B. onrea suppressions nd irregular actions, The'"tarn of...

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

tBOUSTOU; Saturday, July 3, 1869, THE CITY. Bobbery.—j2. f. Schmidt's drag stole was robbed on Thursday while the family -were at dinner, to the amoant of six dollars specie, by two ■white boys, who left on- the train for Galveston the same evening. Houston. T. W. HOUSE, A. B. HOLABIRD & CO,, CINCINNATI, OHIO, Titf.l' The freedman Clifford died night before la9t from ' the effeets of the wound inflicted on him by his step- son, sojue time last week. t The per- petrator of this tragedy was not ar- rested np to going to press. . Notice the correspondence between the Ursuline Sisters and T. W. Hofise. This is bat a just tribute to the large heart of onr respected fellow-citizen. The present referred to was a beanti- Atl pincushion, add as a work of art is wonderful. 39. .and. Cotton Prospects. -Cheeringnews continues to poor in npon as from the interior of favorable prospects for the growing crop. We had qaite a pleas- ant chat with Capt. Frank Chilton! who resides near Richmond,Fo...

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

Thursday OTJSTOW; July 8 1869. On the 2&h of June, three persona died from the effects of excessive heat, in New York city. A wild man of fierce countenance, is running in the woods near Homers- viile, New York. E< F. Schmidt,Drnggistand Apoth- ecary, No- 65 -Travis street advertises in to-day's issue. The medical officers repoiSt Galves- ton entirely healthy. We believe there is as yet no sign of yellow fever anywhere in the United States except in quarantine stations. The principles of civil liberty are finding their way even to Russia. The jiinistsr of the Interior is preparicga law by which municipal officers shall become elective. Bro. Labatt, of the Dispatqb,, dropped in on us yesterday, and we 'wer.e glad to hear that lie is prosper- ing with his paper. Ic; is conducted wit^a^Uty. and energy and dererves success k Up to the first in$k,:142,227 iaiuii- grac^b^d arrived thia year in New Yprk. An increase of 30,000 over the same 'period last year. The immix grants are of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 July 1869

J, €t* *©SWW Kdli«r. 1*4*1 lino aobnts « cob. f.08 tsx as: Cap*. W. F, CliAKKBi of Houston, Texas. JOHN C. CABAN1K8, fc*Grao*«, Texas, ©apt AUBBtttCPABSONS. W«co.I^ b- ft, c. KtYMDND, b*«.. AuntiD, Tex^i . B H. HABK1WGTOH. Homton, Ty. : . (ih ctjbebnoy^' * Daily per year. $16; foe Six mont hs, $8 fqr©#e month, $1 50. . Tri-WeekJy, fft-ptt year; $4o0 for six months. " , Weekly, pet year, $3. ' Singlo^copies 10 cents LATESt BY MAIL. Memphis, July 14.—The ^attendance to day at the Labor Conventipn was not so large as yesterdlfcy. An address of the Com missioners of Emigration of Louisiana was the leading feature, which were argumentain favor of the New Orleans route*for European emi grants from the Northern "States and Europe', i It yas referred to the Com- mittee on Emigration. The Finance Committee reported recommending that a stock company be organized, with a capital of-one million of dollars, to be increased to two millions if necessary. The stock books to be opened at. odco and a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 July 1869

life [OTJI r, ~ ITON; ^F|iday, July 1,6. 1869. Tfe^ ohuces are that Cardinal Bo- will be the neiit Pope. • The Morgan Steamers are to be withdrawn from the Bockport aDd Cozens Christi trade, daring the dull gammer months. O £ ' Sopae nnreconstracted joker gave the negroes of Mobile a Confederate flny ta faan on the 4th of July. As soon a$ they ascertained the stripe of the^S&htiiig they tore it into shreds. lo * ■ ' ' ■ When Texas, Virginia and Missis- siplrf&krestbrtdto the Union, thet pag^ "jyhich has sustained the life of Badieatiiii will cease, and it- must dieinfftha want of food to feed ifc-.-'.j *01 n -J • • • : J Presidency of the University of Alabama has been tendered to CoitiftKtore Maury, but as the law of Alabama-compels their publicschoola to %d|qa^tcolored pupils, the University is about broken up, and it is qtteetion- abW-if Lieutenant Maury will leave his poitioA in the University of the election—The Texas Bad icalBittemptec I to prop up their t^t- tei^nghou...

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

' I • til frifli •/' ■f# M.i.i.,„i.,1.'J,.i',*Md.,... 41 ., . HoJt .... >S i' All tl '-id $*■ Jttain Street, B A E R " v' ! -AND—— EXCHAN&E DEALER, COTTON AND COMMISSION MERCHANT Advances liberally on consignments of COTTON'WOOL ft HIDES. wholesale dealer ik i, ,. ~'f. - - \i:i U,.... . ; / ',7 SB OGERI ES, . • . 'Jb BET" GOODS, . - , _ t ' v . _ HASDWABE, CUTLERY, rt f >i •' - . .«i: ' XAXZiisi, mosr. : j . •. r • M ; vPO 4 BOOTS AND SHOES? M•DCIsOTHlJVG. Constantly arriving by every vessel 1' •' - J ■ ■ U; SUGfcAJL : COFFEE, fiiour. i.Xa T, BRANDY AND WHISKY, BT Partiealar atteatiea pitd to flHif Ortw ipuu ■: r«itt i*u..-i ;u.-;• « :i j>b|s ,r n« REDUCTION! after this date, the 26th day o Ayr . HOUSTON I DIRECT NAVIGATION CO. Will TransportJCotton -from- HOUSTOir 1T0 GALYESTON '•ii ; ' •——AT v.' i 25 Cents, Currency, .j -C PER BALE, PATlUOjWHARFAGI As HERETOFORE. H. R. PERCY, President. Hooftoa, April Mth. 18B9.—dtwAwSm MENDENHALL ft CO. i, i , .,r. Q.; ; First-Class ...

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

85 * j Eh ' HOUSTON TELEGRAPH Vm. G. WEBB, Proprietor. Tuesday, July 21, 1869- FOB GOYEENOR, A. J. HAMILTON. * ?Our thanks are due the Texas Ex- for late San Francisco papers. It will be seen by onr dispatches Chat there is a little Cholera in New Toil: and Hoboken. ~W. H. Sandford, = Cashier of the Central National Bank, New Tork, 2tM decamped with about $100,000. Let the stockholders in the gas company notice the call upon them in «rar advertising colnmns and respond promptly. The French Emperor says, "the his- tory of oar own wars is the history of onr civilization." War is a wonder- -fataivilizer. - • - !-/;y ~ ' = " v ' The officers and members of the Allen Station Sunday School hereby #xetarn thanks to Capt. C. S. Longcope la an excellent Sunday school li- Twary of 100 volumes, some question books and other Sunday school re- Our merchants going North will do well to notice the card of Evans, Gar- dener & Co., dealers in dry goods, 4ec., in this morning's paper. They itsve ...

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

. ■ * . V ;ousTO r ? Wednesday; July 21> 1869- Judge .Henry Beaumont, late Chief Justice of Calhoun county, has re- moved to California. Mr. Howard having declined the mission to China, Gen. J. Boss BroWne will remain in charge of that w At Batjhurst, India, out of a popa* Nation *of 4,000, over 1,000 have died with the Cholera. In two or three hours after the attack, the patient dies. __ B. Bayles, an engineer on the Hon- duras Railroad, says there ftre six hundred laborers at work on the road and the number is constantly in- creasing. Mtft B-lISiBOAD PBMVBCTS. Let the people look to the vest Legislature. It will be the most im^ portant body thatrhas aesembled in Texas for years. Let fools, drones and -knaves not have a place in it. / A-correspondent of the Galveston Civilian mentions a case yf yailotv fever in Brenham. He says the pa- tient died of black vomit. Doabtless that correspondent was mistaken. Among the graduates at the late commencement of Princeton .College, we noti...

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

OUSTON; , jttly I8 1869. items. RELIGIOl* ! Recently in Paris, a moveihent has beea*1^iside foi *■ better observance of the Qhrtetiao Sabbath, and many of -tt«'priflcipar Shops are closed on that fiaj.; , '' ^Th© Ecclesiastical Board conyened iby;i order- Of. Bishop Mcllvaioe, at SpringfieW; OMo, f^;thd trrfal of Kev. JJtE,TatcJ,'1 Charged wiih ritualistic j^^ieeai ad^oarned without taking Bishop Mcllvaine has jWBedftfrBaTope. a' tailed Put-in-Bay in 0)up, there, ia a church called St. •Pail's, bailt and owned by Jay Cook: The Standard of the Cross of July 3;eayasTbeParish inPut-in-bav has dissolved itself, and is no longer, as snob, connected-with the Epbcbpal Church.' Tb« charch edifice, which was never consecrated as an Episco- pal chareh, and' private property,, ia made a tree cbarch-^t bat- is, free to the use Of other ministers, and other modes of worship; betides Epis- copal. -nsnt ^ '-'We Kector, Rev, Samuel R. Wei- don, "hiving withdrawn from the. P. Et iCbarch. announcea h...

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

.j sail •■ .A x a i a--- MEDICAL. Saab; ' i j mtf UKATE&IA b MEDICA .' Contain a no more acknowledged powerful and-effec- ttre medicines th^n those of the vegetable kingdom. At the same time it la a fact beyond dispute that suohmediate e leave in the human system no bad effects. Therefore. ■ t should be man's study to avoid all medicines that in any form contain the least part of any of the many meronrial and arsenical prepara tioms. EDWARD WILDER'S STOMACH BITTERS ia purely vegetable. It .acts onthe sick -end en- feebled like a ehar<i>, giving them renewed vteor and strength. The old and the young. as also ladies oon- S^toti^hoase^ owhtteWt freely, a. there is ' nothing that gives snoh lappstite. at once bniging up the tone of the stomach', thereby giving •health and vigor 10 the Bystem. v. r . EDWARD WINDER'S SarsaparilTa and Potasfc, Is a rare coiptiDation, such « the wopia has nover before seen or known a11 -sorts of old ohronic affections and seoro talons diseases dis...

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

m P. v |f I'' " w Annonncemeut of Candidates. r fir lJwteMat Gorerwor. ■ W« r« uthoriied to announce DR. BOULD8 IlKKB as ft candidate,fur Lieutenant Governor, on the ticket of Sen. Hamilton, in the .election to be fcaM <** the 5th of July <>-xt. f r OMgrew. - J jp an aathorixed to annovno* CoL JACOB ELIOT, of lawn oounty, as a eaadidate for Con- , froa the M Ooacreiwin^al District. Far Sheriff «f Hurrb Utlttj. • - We are authorised to announce Mr. GEORGE BAKU at candidate for the office of 8heriff, of JJ&r- d-t-d-e. ' xw Dried Apples, Peaches, Raisins Currants, Citron, Figs, etc., atiiawrenoe & Long's, Main street;, j my22-6m CW Choice Country and &oshen at Lawrence & Longs, liaiu street. mtter 6m HT Claret Wine by the gallon and bot- tle ; also English Ale and Porter, at Law- reooe & Long's, Main street. my22 6m 15^ A fall assortment of staple and Caooy groceries, at Lawrence &■ Long's, street. may22-6m There is a strong probability that the Conserv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 August 1869

jr. CfOHKW, Ctmqwuuag Editor. TBiVBUfTG loawrs & COB. FOR TBXAS: Capt. CI1AKK.E. of Houston, Tens. JOHN C. CJLBAN1SS IaGracyt, Texas. Cmpt. At,BRHT PAKSOi>!*. Waeo.TattS, 7 N. CI. K iTMOND, Baa-, Austin. Texiv g ■ H. HAKRlNOTOW, Houston, W. tferart * of. telefripfc:, (IN CTJEBfiNOTO Daily per year. $16; fo$ six months, $8 for one month, $1 50. _ Tri-Weekly, $9 per,year; $4 50 for six months. ~ Weekly, per year,,$3. Singlo copies 10 cehts. THE HOUSTON TttEGRAPH WEEKI VOL. XXXV—NO. 15. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5,1869. [ ESTABLISHED 1834 * VtmtlOIf NEWS BY MAIL. ; London, July 26.—It is rumored that a treaty has been concluded be- tween Prance, Austria and Italy, the latter ia case of war to support France witS a contingent force of 50,000 men, and to occupy Viterbo. It is rumored also tifet Prussia offers the Pope 12,- 000 troop* if the French evacuate Rome. ~ 'I , - , The L<mdon Times to-day refers to the effect ol the disestablishment as follows j, "The Irish Church now k...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 August 1869

T7®TOW Friday, July SO. 1869. PASCB^I1 AJtJ> BAT1S. In Flake's Bulletin, we find a long letter from Jndge G. W. Paschal, ad- dressed to Gen. E. J. Davis, the Rad- ical candidate for Governor, written from Washington, from which we make the following extract: Tonr friends here make no con<> ceahnent that your purpose is to ral- ly what strength yon can, and then shoaldyoto be defeated, and a Repub- lican legislature, Republican mem- bers Of Congress and Republican Senators be' elected, and the XIVth azkt'XYth amendment to the consti- tution be ratified, you would yet rally 300*friends to oppose the approval of the constitution by Congress and the admission of Senators and Rep- xesentatives unless you should be Governor, and men of your peculiar school should have the control. w is It not a sin and a shame that such men with such wicked, purposes should find any support or counte- nance among the white or black vot ers of Texas? Their bearing is—de* feat us if you dare, and v...

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

MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. Mala Street..30 siiiai.. Houston, Texas. fnyff-' «r«..|3SO.OOO / FIRE, MARINE INLAND INSURANCE. .Am J. BUKKK President.« J. T. D. WILSON Vice President. C. 8. fcONGCOPB Secretary. DiKECToaa: A. I. BURKS, E. KNOLLS, 0. 8. LONGOOPE, J- T. J>. WILSON. J. BRASHEAR. WM. B. BAKER, W- H. TAYLOR. S. K. MofLHBNNY R. BREW8TER, J. D. ROGERS, 1. H. GUSHING, B. A. BOTTBr" J.W.HENDERSON HT* Policies made payable In Currency of Gold, a a haired. marf-dtw&wly MOUND CITY MUTUAL LIFjS INSURANCE COMPANY, Of ST' Ii0UlS,|iniS80IJBI. V OF F I'O E R a : JAMBS J, O'miON, President, A. 01. BK1TTOM, Vice President, A. M. BUGKNBB, Secretary, S. W. LOMAX. Assistant Secretary, W. B. HARVEY, Consulting Actuary, C. 6. MpHATTOM, General Agent, WIS. HATCH, itl. D. Medical Officer, W. W. GR1SSON. M.D., Con. Physician Dir eotora:1 JAB. J. 0'FALLON, A. B. GARRISON, 8. A HATCH. W. a 8IPPLB. A. H. BUCKNER, A. M. BHITTON, A. M. WATERMAN, J AS. H. LUCAS, • A. MCDOWELL. THE TEXAS BRANCH 0FFI0IB8...

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

HOUSTON TELEGRAPH yfm, G. WEBB, Proprietor. 'V V" j Tuesday, August 3,1809. We shall be obliged to any post- master and any subscriber, who will inform us of any failure in the arrival of oar papers at the regular times. During the next year Koopmanss choop expects to impdrt 100,000 Coo- lies into the United States. On Dit.—The establishing of an ice manufactory in our city. One of ourlargest capitalist and most enter- prising citizens proposes to head the list with ten thousand dollars. Notice.—The patrons of this pa- per are earnestly requested to report promptly to this office the failure on the part of the carriers to leave the paper. A prompt and efficient rem- edy will be applied aB there is no ex- cuse for such negligence. • x; > Therace ia opened for .the offices and it is high time that, every man who expects to run to announce his name. We shall be happy to serve them by proclaiming their names upon our established terms, and will add, that "Many Voters," can only be se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 August 1869

U'SJii IZ CANAIi. - e *!*> ■ , . f "ithI "**' «W*he Great Enterprise. • l^Uu the Manorial Diplomatique of Puis. The idea of uniting the Bed Sea with the Mediterranean, by means of .& canal across the Ifithihns of Snez, that tongue of land.Scarcely forty leagues broad, that unites the Afris can peninsula to >he Asiatic Conti- nent, and thus ghorten the road to the countries^'and seas of the South and the extreme East, does not merely date from to-day. Bat none had dared to face the innumerable difficulties suggested by the execution of "that great idea, and which bad been consigned to oblivion as imprac- ticable, or at least productive of fruitless resqlts, by the learned, the men of science, and by engineers of hig&- renown and consummate expe- rience. Above all, objections were raised to the respective and particular position of the two seas, the levels of which vary, the serions accidents which might arise from the shock of the unequal waves when bronght into collisi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 August 1869

~as£< THE CITY. We are gratified to report that the health of oar city continues, a&'some physicians woOld say, dis I^MindS .Wenoticed a drove oi two hundred beeves, passed &$ugh oar oity yesterday. oght - - it,'' ^ <■ 77 and ilea:aVwfr'e vej saw.- being Friday, the - were not as lave been for the wagons from ~tl numerous as p^at few diys, although We saw no cause to complain. make a bet of ly® cents that we can name merchant that gets tbe premiam bale.of cotton. Who will take the betf ^ / {J f - We want our planting friends to know that Houston will have cotton bayers and money enough to pay for all the cotton that can be brought here. The Cotton Press Company will be prepared to receive cotton next Monday on storage. We took a look at some ot the brick yards in our city yesterday*. They all seemed fall of hands and working for dear life. We presuftie the proprietors find it a lucrative bu- siness as we have not for a long time heard that they were a drag in the , mar...

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