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

|j{4f>w or!1 Letter from Onntf. Tihuacawa Hills, Texas, ? 5 • .«yr ££! TTjtOy 17,1$@9. $ To the Bditor of the Telegraph. t with much interest in your tri-weekly issue of the 18th lost, an artiple headed "Tradq with the Mia aiagfopi River and ita'Tribntariee." NrJwithin paet year J have, on aejeral occasions, broached this sub- ject in Wfijiten communications to the MJjiBOuri Republican and New Orleans Picayune, without, however, eliciting any notice in regard to the subject, either from one or the other of these popular journals. " I am very glad to see you are giv- ing this subject some attention ; it is certainly one of much importance to every man, woman and child in Tfexa8, and is a matter that should long since have attracted the atten- tion, not only of -,the' merchants and manufacturers of Sc. Louis, Louisville and Cincinnati, but other points now growing rapidly into importance as manufacturing places ; and especially the attention of Oairo; for with the establishment of ...

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

Announcement of Candidates. Far Llratenaat Governor. ®SF* Wo re Mt&oriaed to Minoiince BR. BOTJLD8 BAKER u * candidate fiir Lieutenant Governor, on the ticket of- Gen. HaraHten. to the eleotion to be held < n t jy^tlniif Jnly next. . , For 1,'onfreii. <OT We are authorized to announce Col. JACOB BXjIOT, of NaimiTB ooaiitT, m a candidate for Con- fraitf the 3d CongfBWOMml OiatrtoC „ * - ' . For District Attorney* 3d District. or We are authorized to announce Col., T WHITFI c LO as a candidate for MptriBtAJfcorney for the 3i Judicial District, comprising the counties of Milam. Burleson? -Brazos, Waahtngton, Harris and Galveston.- ■ • • ' " d t-de . V,;. - JR r -afcertit •COmrria ■ C *aty. i v ICr We are authorised to announce Mr. ttEORGE BAKER an a cauiidate Tor the office of Sheriff, of Harris CoBLtr. r> t .• i d-t-d-e. 1uf~ We are authorised to announce f. N. BUTT, asa caisdidate for the office of Sheriff of Harris Coun- ty, at the Navembefelection- . d-t d-d F*r Distri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 August 1869

•? ■m UffiRWUAIi, . CantonJ Aug. 4.--The entire east aide of the square, With the exception of one house, was burned this morning o'clock.. The fire originated in a vacant two story building,"and was doubtless tbe work of anincendiary. Jackson, Aug. 5.—"Hie Clarion to- day publishes an address to the peo- ple of Mississippi, signed by 136 gen- tlemen of the old- Whig arid Demo-' cratic schools, representing nearly every county in the State,. They ad- vie# that tbe people should support the National Union Republican party and vot$for the ticket they present, assured that it will be composed of gentlemen actuated by Conservative and patriotic principles, to yield no- cold and formal support, but active, zealous and faithful, taking Virginia is their example. in tbe coming co'no test, and assuring the peopld that this party sustains the VieWfeof President i Grant and-the Congressional plan of reconstruction. . . t Tbe National Union Republican party have called a nominating con ventioB...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 August 1869

[OXJSTOKT; Friday, August 6, 18(?9. mi XSVCATIONU. ITEMS. T -.".I £HP Dr. Rash expressed no Httte con- tempt for the daUjrpapeife, *♦ those teachers of disjointed! thoughts." We propose to give a few disjointed facts on Ube Bnbject of edncation. Facts, recollect, are stubborn things. t^hen Texas was an. independent repubUOj With Sam Houston for Pre- sident, Michigan was a territory with Lewi# Casfc fo* Goyernor. To-day, igggjfc'ifr* State University at wM^ idl trntion is free, with twelve fcittdrad'fitu dents. Within oneinclo- sutcfof ferty acres, there are five splen - did college buildings. These students are prepared in the State graded schools to enter the University classes. Minnesota came into the Union some twelve years after Texas. Its Capital is;: St. Paul, With about as large a population as Houston.. St. Pa*t has itsftae s school buildings costing from ten to twenty thousand dollars, and- over three thousand <-chtti!xeii^receive gratuitous instrnc- SLATIJRE. 3% tion. c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 August 1869

Editor Houston Telegraph. , j Sjtft :—Several years since, i n "aim- tiipation of a threatening epidfjifric^ the then "so-called" Board x>f Health having issued Tin order for the cutting down of the weeds in e$ch,a?)d every r^aird within the cify. 'endeavored •tothrove, not ocrly tbe impossibility of obeying the ordfervin all its bearings, utter worthiessness if accom- plished—the . ultimate result being that not a weed was disturbed in its wholesome vocation". :* -lb respect of the threatened anni- hilation I quoted the result of amosti successful experiment in relation to the sanitary properties of the sun- flower plant, as exemplified by the -experience of that sound philosopher vM*ury, (U 8 earliest propounder) at ;thewnational Observatory, which, al* ,|hOugh it involved the sacrifice of a ' beautiful lawn and flower garden, was "abundantly recompensed by a health- ful retention of his family during the , ehtire year, and by. an extensive re- daction of his obeervatorial assi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 August 1869

Tin I Mil mill , i - -i. ig;.<3SE- ■CT Tuesday, August 10, 1868f. We pity the man who can see no between Hamilton and Davis, fie is approaching the Radicals* Our prophecy—that whatever ms; fee present appearances, Gen. Grant will repudiate the Texas Radicals. — • M One of the achievements of modern art—the manufacture of'icewhen the thermometer stand* at 95 in the shade. The Snpteme Court of Louisiana has decided that Governor Warmoth has no authority to remove judicial The. Spaniards in Cuba are perpe- * trating barbarities npon those they call rebels that remind one of the -JSHtfrcentary. How does the San Antonio Express like the "grand president's" recom- mendation to-the- Loyal Leagners to take another ^iperi • - u ' • •-<; :—• - After the election, the Radical swill jnot have influence enough to main- tain a party front. They willbe swal- lowed up ty other parties, and their wiMwacttsra wiil.labor to plot trouble asldnglis they live. .... A concert was given last week at ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 August 1869

Iv' .r'f&t 1, "*£ ®°* Cast T*wn."-Dean ■ v- -'v iw~HL - asswicb, ' . . v >■' ~ - • * Wi ' uj & $§?& € ':-y' bt Lomi 0, who*. •' u. : "ti •; ' - Iknosr thsrftfte gifts of a lather" are mine :■. Th * "Ui# aopd earth is fcir^-iHis works are divine' The skies that bend o'er n« " have promises bright,' home 1 •'inhabitif fiil'4 withHis light" I know too, 'tis weakness We should be cast down "Bv coldness of others-" the world's cruel frown"— But who can withstand, importunities, fed ' By all w41 passions through which such are led ? And. mostbrmTebethe heart,which doubtless is thine, Can rise out iff darkness, an'1 brilliantly shine, shadows so sorrowful, shrouded in gloom, i! B'en though he rise hopeful in grace o'er the tomb. The heart in its trials bo seldom is right, Often all beauties are ohscured from its sight, 'Though ever when aided by hope such as thine, It soars away upward on wings most sublime. iOh I would that such iaith every bosom could an, and all of the fe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 August 1869

sl "V vlrHE TELEGRAPH its FBEE tirnent thr Map e v ■d\ 5,h4enw ^ J^rorld sch$OiW For rftrade to ;re unable 'foand-imprac Jlte judge iSfd to pay fbjOhe " ' TM# J lan l^blafiscalled the indigent, arents feel too proucl tcJ per- aft *ohild#en' to be counted in that class: v--- '' To secure attendance, ensure imi- • " partial discipline, and place tile schools upon a permanent basis, It IV3waa? deemed abaoIately ^eceBsary to place all popltolfc^on an equal footiqg and make the schools free. Jtf.assa- oh usetts was the first State that'adapt- ed this plan, but others quickly fql- lowed the example, and the time not distant when every Stat^, w have its system of free public sc&oo ^Et is perfectly practicable to have k system ia Texas. --Wo haVe will not go to ^ftny more will attend^ pri- deuomiaational in stations. „ This arill. leave, say one hundred r ' thousand to attend the free public ' ' schools.' Th^ coatf fdf tuition in ! a number of, Sjate^'whose reports a?e ...n, before as, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 August 1869

"V mil ■ r & U 'A- Drags and Medicines. ■ r: medical. imn ■££ "|f '•"* MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. a CT^fl ;>fci'o£ ^ • • • • *• • •':• • ?• ••SHtftlB 8un|f$ M• •••• •••••• *39 Honkton. Texas. C *♦> i* •?*«' ti||f >*«|3so«ooo IWiRINE S€. inland J.^'.D.WILHOH C. tt.LON&COPJt 8URANCE. .... President. Vice Preeldent. Secretary. SnxoTOBs: A. 9, BUMEE. B. KNOLL®, -SfcSHSKT' WiSS®. SfiU&K, JiMST' lift GUSHING. ca?:ti J. W. HENDER80N B.A. B0TT8, taf Policies made payable in Currency or Gold, as •wired. mayi-dtw&wly :'MOUND CITY MUTUAL LlFjfi IKSUBANCli COMPANY, -*■ i'{ ••'a Vatf ^¥ ' ;Bi , ■«,-. i , - - •F T, MIJI^iaiKSSOCBI. >H ™i=* i* .'^^O.Pfi'O E R 8 : £ JAMK8 J, (^PULON, President, ? Ai fliiBElNOM* Vice Preaideac, ,, A, |ft.J9CCKNSK. Secretary., 8. W. L.OMA.X. A aa lata at Secretary, "1*fi B. HARTEY, Cen'snltfBC Actuary, : C. & McHATTON, General Agent, WM- HATCH, «• D- Medical OUlcer, W". W. eiUSSON. M. IJ., Con. Phy.lciaa Dtteotors: .. . A. B- GARRI80N, W. O....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 August 1869

pi an ofimrint f Candidates. ;; Far Lleinwxt (Jovernor. ... • T tgr Wi anthoriwwi to mnoaoea DR. BOULD8 „.T>r for Lieutenant Governor, on -5^ t**«"f ^ Hamilton. In the election to be ael.l on th 5th of J_n' « a«SSS For OangreM. ^ x e - We arc authorised to aonouitfA 0 l JAOQB •LIOT.of Navarro oounty. * a 0*B<iidata for Coa- grwwK. r >m t** M fIongt**«"i a]. T)ty^IQt.' : ~For District Attorney,;34DiiinctT «y We are authorize ' to stitouae*-the name of W 8. OtDHAM K«r-. «f tMs cttyHas a candidate for the position of District Attorney, 34 Judicial Diitriot. comprising the counties of Milam. Bur It son. BraYos Waihin«ton, Harris and Galveston. an* 5-t-d e We are authorise to announce Col. .(. T WHITFIfcLD as a candidate for District Attorney for the 3d Judicial District, comprising the counties of Milam. Burlesou, Brazos, Washington. Harris aud Galveston. ; dt-d-e Short* of H irrU Cannty.' s authorised to announce -T HO MAS M. as a candidate for Sheriff of Harris f November ele...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 August 1869

* : ,v y rr tbe the shake Texas. JT. C. CHEW, Corresponding Editor. - w -- 4n t .0*1 ii.v. '•' f " AGENTS £ COB. Ift^TMCAS: - ; CUAKK.K, of Ho**s| n. T«as. - JOHN C-CABAMSS, LsGrap*is Tens. . VJ ALBERT PARSONS*.Waco. Te = '•' J*. C. RAYMOND. Austin. fta*. ' EH- HARKING TON, Hoaaton. Tx. 30 - Tern* of the Telegraph : (IS CUKBENCT.) Daily per year. $16; for abc months, for one month, $1 50. . ,! Tri-Weekly, $9" per year; 50 for six months. ' - i; Weekly,-per year, $3. Singlo copies 10 cents. 1 xxxv.-no. it. Houston. Thursday^ August 19,1869. established 1834 ■ * nit- V THE SONG thk *?«£**• Pick and click ... 1 r • Ooe# the trt to .the stitk, His eyMr*Unce%ck,*« d to&iers pick Words are 'W u steady ana slow— And worts of tratbs* aooa wfll slow, .Wonderful words that without a sound Traverse the earth to the utmost bo and Wosds that shall make • "Hie tyrantUtattie, And the fetters of the oppressed shall break. Words that can crumble arm* s might, ,Or treble its strength in a righteo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 August 1869

s^^.. .9S|J * I^>U8TON, . Friday, August 6. 1869,1 It tarns oat that one of the: parlies to the Ocean Bank robbery Was a government detective. ' ■ 6 • ; • •■A"t J -— We invite the attentionof our read- ers to the subjeots presented in the Circniar of the Southern Historical Society fonnd in to-day's paper. ' —i'lii ■'■• ^ 1_ dttfc'for more bogus Radical es,- fend rfemember that money ■ a; iff And V'l&ttfii j spit of words along the ; e. The Carter'B Combined Writing ^aiid Copying Ink, for sale by Henry • ,T, Hi ck. 6f Galveston, is the best office if liifcj^SjMfrevever used Aifve ~ ."The Beltpn Journal , reports that there is a Methodist Church in the of erection in that j place , a cdj .process R6V W. R. D. Stockton is to be the od.- wmt&k :<.* raijaivin ihxy. OX OO? 7 i CiC It is hard ifor an editor to haye to inf exas, second, time' -isot telegrams paid for Up North,, i-u * and-sent'out heto to bolster u£ the A cettmporary wishes to know ivv, 'V*tot£er giving barbec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 August 1869

If there be individaal Democrats, who have felt inclined to support Mr. Fulton for Congress, let them consid- er the fact that the moderate Repub- licans will support the Radical nomi- nee, before tbey would risk the election of Fultoo. F.lake's Bulletin opposes Clarke, but yet it says : He (Falton) is personally a good citizen, a thousand others are as good. He is a clever and intelligent gentle* man, a thousand, others are his equals, Neither hq nor his friends for him claim ^uy qaality superior to those of all good,, intelligent citizens. Why thfen is he a nominee? Simply be- cause he was a Confederate officer, andetilljworks with those who oppose the party that preserved, the Union. Does any Democrat claim that were the tables reversed he would allow Union men to do this act ? It would be folly to expect if. General Clark has been nominated. He is, not to driw fine comparisons, the equal ot Mr. Falton in everything. He is so- cially as fin6 a gentleman, morally he is as oorr&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 August 1869

ssmsmm Tuesday, August 17, 1869- UJ(TlB8AIfS COTTON. * 41««—._ j' . o^I ' - '■ - ■#%.?/:. . / : ; YJ . We are now on the threshhold of ,a r commercial year. The first Of September as being the opening mp^th for Cotton, has long been deeari^an appropiate datefor theffoath^Com* mercial year to begin. Tlie cotton season now expiring1 has been noted rather for its general dullness, taken as a whole; than for its life and ani-, mation. Kices opening at 14 to 15o. in onr market and ^losing, after the nsnal lapses and rises, at 2t to 22. To*day, the,aituation of' cotton is M^^lfoftly years, past, aait is based upon a more solid foundation than that derivable from cheaj^mbiSey,' healthy trade-or specu- lative movements, It is simply a question of demand and supply, one of those caries where consumption is now treading1 closely on the - heels -of production. The expectation among spina era;-on "both sides of thewater, of the Southern crop reaching three millions bales*, under ft he prejreu^s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 August 1869

m BY TELEGRAPH. Richmond, August 14.—It isolated on good authority, that Gen. Can by "withlci sixteen days will issue his eteen tton proclamation convening the Leg- islature, applying the iron clad oath- to members, and where a member ele$t cannot take the oathy giving his seat to the candidate who received the i£e:jft highest vote! '^Tbis news produced different feelings anaoDg dif- ferent .pajtiekv:the Wells repUbHcan partj r'eioicd over it. The DemJ^rata- are confident the effect is to leavfe' the State tb the Democracy in seventy- two,, and permanently thereafter; and the Walker true republicans who elected tljelr ticket on the"idei among the whites that there was to be no more disfranchisement and test oaths, are very sick. ^ Lokdok, August 14—Prince Arthur departed for Halifax. : The race between Harvard and Ox- ford occurs on the 27th.' The Times, in discussing the cotton supply; says a'curious aspect has been given to this Question just?as the an- nual meeting tof promoting ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 August 1869

s % Tr r tmm * i£&. Loais Democrat SP BAKER,. 7VLTON AND XHOflP b ON—WHAT'S EIYCB ? • THE that with good, financiering, the na , jfr0? ,: /•' Jt^^ldpbt-of t^W Uuited' St*tea^an\' Yes, wh&'s the difference between 5^' bsr'1882. | I^V^fcr^KitB Depeatity.—Utiie chil- dren who c«d neither talk no? w^k, cxarMng and <W /^®S t ' gjWf^ES ■ Jf^eeditori Bigelow^ the running about tl ew®aring--r-Bos tolt" i i"- ' > *■ —' : * . >—" ■ ■• It 18 tho al m l party in the United ^ajjngf^f bTttejc "Wah/^gainst, beer, the SlasaacSuse1ts Temperance Champions hare surrendered and concluded to let lager foam. Bat they Are still dawn -heavy on benzine. __ ! • a- i i « m*. ■ ' J :—~± •>;... i,. The robbery, of the Oceao Bank was considered such a sharp trick that a number of persons have claimed the credit of it, but the police are slow to Admit their claims. The Democrats who pursue a coarse In the present canvass tending to de- feat reconstruction, will be remera- bered forever bv the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 August 1869

Ha , ;*#• PLANTERS ' - -'3- ' u*. a. ;l?i- •• .'• MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. 3«........ Mala «*.; .30 Houston, Texas. * Cartel..:.......'A*............ 8250.000 -$0 #" J b>'n .-•* ... !^iFlRE; (-.MARINE .V.S.la« •}>►?( :>>— •)«■> —AND— . , INLAND insurance. A. J. SDRKB ... President. J. I. D. WILSOX ... Vice President. C. $;l5NR(!01>&..v..U; secretary. ' DinsOToas: • A. J. BURKS. JC-KNOLLE, ^ O. 8. LGN€kToPE, i,2r' £ nlk8™ ' J. BRASHEAK. WM. R. BAKBB. _ W.M.TAYLOR. g. K. MofLHKNNY JLJREWSTER, J. D. ROGERS, > X. H. CUSHING. «• A. BOTTS, J, W. HENDERSON '"•s* ' ■ U ' V or Policies made payable in Currency or Giild, as - ledred. - mayS-dtw&wiy MOUND CIlV MUTUAL UFJ2 INSURANCE COMPANY, . OP BT. L0IJI8,|l!II88O(;^I. OFF to E*R w : JAMES J, Q'PAliLON, President, • (i Vice President. - A, i*^ BCCK>BK, Secretary, . f % tCt t.n!l*AX. Assistant Secretary, * W. fc: WtfffKY. CwmuMm Actuary, ' C. fe McHATTON. General A sent. , . WML HATCH, Jl. ®. Medical Officer, fp, ff...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 August 1869

pp C# - M ^ '^staapaaagaeeite^^ra,^ THE" TELUtiR/\s>„i j . VEBB FOR 0OY2RHO* .j; Of "rtfii Couat r, ' ' :ws«- AT^BE SOB,^ . -.^ ......ATI ME] X, ^ w Bed River County. *>B COMPTROLLER. -AKMISTEAD T. MOIROE3 swffW"^ -H " St>R TREASURER. JAKES If. THOttAS, - „T 3k&diilfa£b?ki£ - : ^ ■"ORCOMMISSIONER 6ENERAL LAND 0FF1C2 *" JOSEPH SPEJfCE. : • I •• ' • •' ; * .j ■ * is- "A 'u~ ; <-!f Travii Ooupty. refatM to lend themselves to ®|rnefarj\i Jas designs. &e ma ** of tL\e Democrats ac IB t. their nominations, and it ©Wftfed i $r Capt, Thompson to be ymoerart in the Stat© «o op* posethesei nominations. ' ^ As Capfc. Thompson is afl^jitioas, if iesire hinvtoinccefidr^e bad start,^9. would" do his fuMre ^declining ight: against the public BY TELEGRAPH Associated Press Dispatches- noon dispatches/ Ou^^ertfis for announcing eatidi- ,'are casb in advance. 'Let the money come with>th a&nouncemenfc. obBwusbrfcrW greatly auy faXIn. 6 *■4 correct the came. Subsaribsrs, tfli ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 September 1869

[ ■ -a ■ ■ . 0 the telegbaph W. CK WEBB, Proprietor. : — : - ? - September 2. 1869. FOR GOYIBNOJL <Jen.A J.HAMILTON. Of Trivia Cotinty, kii.3 ■?L JL?v FOB LUCTISANT OOVSBNOB.1 Of Bed Ri*erCo«ntjr. FOB COMPTEOLLIB. 1 WEE3CLY. • 'IE TELEGRAPH Miikr, VOL. XXXV.—iNO. 19. THURSDAY, SEP! EMBER 2,1869. UtnsiTElD X. KOKKOE, Of Honston County. I mTt vi xwiuwa vwul. - ^ ' TWU«W . ' ■tgTtin. oc •. •- r, 'h l jamuss w. tiieias, •• -w/do,^ .•! - ii1- FOB C0KKI88I0RSR 8KNBRAL LAND OFFICE 4 JOSEPH SFEKCE, Of Trivia County. .. ■. " : ■ <■ =T. * YeomaKS is aatkritizod Traveling Agent of TSLBSRAPtt. the the The Shreveport Southwestern says that a number of years since, near that place, a farmer rained the reputation of a medical^ppring by. removing his coir pen to« more distant place. The business season is opening^ and we wish to make a record of ourjudg- meat, that observing men iriay re- member it and mark the result. Take, two business men in any town or city. • Ooe will advertise liberally...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 September 1869

JBW8 NOTES. El C0.0P£B1TI01Y. .. m p,f *■ y - ..cannot ignore a great, movers m 4 in art or induatry, whether it be ^progress .or a retrogressi^ Dot mestfc aa.well as ppJitioal economy has, ite phases, and the journalist must notice them, criticise and cull. *#V e^ 8t(he must inqpirplnfy theirjpwttst)iaiSdaay .his oblations og.;I$e table of his in- m w^^a-these remarks by the Co-^pe^v^ or Mutual Supply As- B0C^9j^^t^a®e;apringing into life rind^jj^ripnafprma inEhe cities and countries of denser populations. * In som$j^$£ure ib^yare revolutionizing the $§§$aria| wants ^neighborhood# and societies. • a r • . % §gjg$ fww bufeoTjwyt^old j .n'and) *11 rrcisilized socifeti<fc.h*Vetrlea miL **Tb#wiil lorm th§ elements,.of ^ociety. .When %m> imAm kind.^campla^ tl^gpu^^^f the P«oj^ or ■ i|£ body/p^aep^alty. When com- ma^iti^ opeaa roads, or bpild bridges or they dig canal* orjlpnatruct railroads or telegraphs by,p<gpmon. tax oruni- form Qeatributioo, they establish a co-operation; a...

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