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

Houston, August 29.1869. Hc^t heads neve^'anake good coun- •lc a the. Devil .got into Eden he 5" ssdaetiire words. (Corrupt men are always the first to Will $tJ 'V' .— Some men most toad or they not act, bat such are always inpompe- teirt for the work they undertake. Can 6 man take fire in his bosom and Ma clothes not be burned?—Pro- verb*^' ^ • 7; ' . ! * Aa a jewel of gold in a swine's mouth." so is an editor without dis- cretion , else's old totfcp your own, else you will look ^Lka him, and not shelter yourself in .iiuj Never adopt qomebo at for your own, else theweaa^ng. .h toccB 11'■ The American Odd1 Fellow for August 4s fall of inter6stitig> matter. Price $2 per ye^r. Addreas joha W 0.96 Naawa street* New York. The yoqng men of Texas are not to be sednced from theft duty to their1 country ' noW. They wUI preserit almost an unbroken front f^r Hamilton and reconstruction. ...' . .,-'T 1 •—. j : . . How can a subscriber expect his paper to be changed to a new pofct office, un...

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

Tuesday, August 31, 1869. ■ Jjifk of Gen. Houston.—We folly •agree with the Waco correspondent of the'CivillSn that a life of the gre^t; soldier and statesman of Texas ought to be written. But. perhaps. Rev. Dr. * Crain can enter fully into the work,; and prepare a memoir that shall do! justice to his character and Satisfy the wishes of his Mends." This Waco writer thinks $e life ought to bo written Stuart, E. W.< Cave, or Rev^Et. It Talaiferro. the Kadi ,nSi why flon't the i and n ticket? .Itr'i® red Republican Slld;piit into the field before tfie Radical farce of a C<m: vention. It represented the w^ole and was the spontaneous, ub tniatakable vokie of the people, and the Radical Contention only very poorly-represented small minority pi seventeen counties of the 130 in the State. - And yet the Radicals el«im that they are the organized party of loyalty. Tfai# effrontery has deceived Claflin, Bofct^elladd Ores well, but it is patent all over Texas, and the Rad- icals of Texas ...

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

•V-. \ SPR* * M r 'PHK HOUSB. . '="* ' ..- • < 4. > ' •: .—_ i.iseasT'' ■™ —'• Tkms little eh«k ilka velvet soft, ^Ware plaoed agnnat my face. , ^ ' s:r' ^ ; v. rare* pairs of lip* kis«cd me a sweet"mod night''— ^ j Th^e liw® f0CBW irom heaven ; Ah /riiia well that,"little ones" ahould l<ni ua - .' •' little ones'' tohua.,; £ j>:j And said be ot." ofsmoh HI eaveo," and Mtssed r AAfcieldthettito Histtrea-tT |the^, Is Knot Tu > i. ! # ■ -%il jjfcOT to know tnat wasen they leave ub, the*, go w.^u J ,is ji v t4> '! ~- •■ ' — ' Editorial Correspondence . ; - v The Prtttt CM8—The Coolie Question—The Teat Oath—Surreptitious Opening of I* Uteri—Sharpers and Swindlers, etc ete-, eto. ~ "'New York, Aug. 17, 1869. ZfHi ~«^v • •; ' '.... . Nothing has excited deeper interest during the past few days than tbe Pratt case. Col. Pratt, a Texan, was alleged to have been engaged in tbe Jefieraon riot, and a warrant tor his arrest was issued in Texas. This he evaded, for reasons best...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 September 1869

Houston, August 28 1869. ANOTHER CONSPIRACY. [e who- sees danger to, d people and fails tV of alarm ia ♦ , Ojr otijfer ■ . r anothercrisie, the th&t that has. visite ]" 0<UB future for ^ei Y.may i^iot all^j Kc * State the his in 18 of rax. it , Jch >n toM^-Ap paatrlferiagh pnd control it. j Mad passion has had cpn> succmfibed, andfor v have jjfcpeeded to Ihip-fjhfcy Wj^uld their lheartV cont- y^" \ f 2§i I The state of parties in Texas has (> been intently observed by oar rolersf and it has been doubtful whether they would Bide with the Radicals qr the Republicans. It is very certain that : if the Cabinet throws the weight of its influence in favor of the Radicals by removals from office and otherwise* it will cause a greater defeat beford our people than if they should standi neutral, but ar defeat at the election in Novetober does not necessarily! give Victory to us. The Radicals, as '1" we have often proclaimed, never,ex pected victory before the people, and| v as...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 September 1869

MEDICAL. Drugs and Medicines. aszttaEaBEggag: TV- .1 lodra^. Wim INSURANCE CO. dr. john bull's sreat remedies, .36 " >«....:..MkIii Street... ^jd£urSE &'r.uT*P> 'J '< ■ - i90! >Hoaartoii, Texas."1, ,''v« ' . 8350.000 -j ucq .<1 «ofiiO VjiIL vul .T.T7 _ • ircAjHjipAir STTJUU,-. JNLAND«IMSURANCE;,, &it£obO wX mmotors: ^'1! 1 , inks * S. K.MCILHKNMY SOUTHERN REMEDIES. I'ifp K HINDI i, K iHcietf made payable In! OrirTe ^ot-gelcK Wt t Sswa-D ei^ir wiftt WL LlFiS INSURANCE COMPANY, .nlis. ol : >ti a J •r •F ST. LOVI^niBSeCSl. o^jEAisfvoisCI s. 3 i«* ■' I ,-t .-tf J. ; j f i • ' V" i" 'l> 1I''0 Ff IOBR : /Jdtm ^ O^AlLON, President, A. JU. BUTTON, Vice President, A.±I#«PCKN*K,^«cretAry, Vk - *. W^ItOKMi A« t"ta« Actretan, . W-zjfr.JMtjrSJTri €a* M*g.Aetm*rr, C. W!ff. HATbfa, «. D. Medico I Officer,r . W. Wi GR1SSOX, M.D., Can. Pfcysteiaa 1 .s;ut< <J ,u-Co"T?iJjBA r/.'/iU i . -os'ii* ■Qi've o-t''o* # <]•:" t'v* • JAB. i Oi*ALM)N, A.B. GARRISON, 8. A^HATC...

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

Wednesday, Remember 1. '69 COnnERGIAL. A -brief revibw of the course of trade and the general state of the market, daring the past season, at * 5£ . t ■ more competent to be a senatoriSFtbe* next Legislature than "thegrandpre- sident* and who ten thousand times have greater claims and are mortf de serving! Shame, upon them By their own tttjvisions if thby allows this self imported office seeking fellow to re- present them !n that body. i that he ever based his office on race or color. We are at*- total logs to Know what else iiseaa bise it upon. Indeed, it re- quires no great' amonnt of sense to see that race and color brought him to the South, keeps him in the South, . andtfcathe'will leave the South in ^iagnlf, as soon as his hopes of gulling the negroes into giving him-t office have died. We give him the benefit of his denial, but actions speak louder than words- , . , . ■ - -- ^ "' ^ • *&j&as openly charged at Galveston (we believe in the Dispatch) some time ago, that th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 September 1869

*• C. CHEW, CamipcaiinK Editor. - TR1VEUNG AGSNT8 <fc COB. FOR TSXAB: : ,4W« G.CABAHH8, L*.Gran*«-, Texas. c* t. AJLrB«aT PAli-«ONS, Waco Texas, f. c. kiyhondi Baq., Aiutin. Texas, b h. HAKK.1NGTON. Houston, Tx. Te* m' of ihf Telegraph : (IN CUftRBNOY.) ■ je: for one month, $1 50. j Tri-Weekly, $9 per year; $4 50 for six months. Weekly, per year, $3. Slnglo oopies 10 oepta. WEE3K3 VOL. XXXV.—NO 20. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9,186iE!. WOlfe j ■■* >" i ,.l ESTABLISHED 1834 jmnIMm W the Tines—Letter 3— Berlew «f the Beeca'trnetUn Lawi, In the preceding letter, it was shown that tbe government of the State was subject in all respects to the military •' commander, and . to the paramount ' authority of Congress, by the act of :od' Harsh 2,18697^3' i," .*vf' C " The -question* nOw for us to deter* ! ttihe iti, did Congress have the power and authority by the Constitution of 1 the United states.to pass snch laws? And agfein, aid the existing condition affairs in the State, at the time, the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 September 1869

4<Kioai Y/jfcxnnM lo .St-^ ■io!I i£ FTiday, September 3. 1869. A cathedral to coat $200,000 is to be , erected in Santa Fe. Secretary Seward is . to rpturn to the Atlantic viaMexico. the 'Mexi- cans are preparing to g^e him a grand reception when he lands. He will be ' thVgricBt of President Juarez .:i:i i. - :.v:« <> '—_??«• t . fadji vi J ■ ■ . , In 'the late- ware in Crimea, in and in the 'United ' Pfefci. ihe& *pre 3,675,000 men i, coat $9,430,- vi CO^OQO, «r about $622 to every man killed.^ 5the value of human : ?SMfiWS5S3^ at, i tendMee npon school* ia.oompulsory, ^owpt fiflyper cent, of the scholastic population of any Estate in the Union attendant. So save the report of the rfu*.- * i- - - - - *•- ,, Jopefintendent of Pablic Instruction in New York., r v: \ J taig a fiftiir. it oiir mm ■ % **4 > ; >•' >cu'^Tk&Radical platform reats on six pillars, vix: Ab initio, Social Equal- ly, Dismemberment of (the State, The State ef West Texas, Territorial .iQ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 September 1869

TEXAS. Inform* I«h for Immigrants. Wo Ol waitutlr receiving letters of Inquiry ■ ooneetaing Tela., u* oll, climate, productions the priceor Una, and other subjects upon which par- gone who think of changing tbeir hones desire in- (bnnation. We propose answering these Inquiries U satisfactorily as possible lit'the spac* at oar disposal; , ARK A. The portion of T«xu laid off into counties com- prices a territory of 1M,3M equate miles, and it is estimated that the territory not so laid off Includes ' 73,38} atuare miles more, making a total or 368,681 square miles. In oar description we confine our- selvea to the portion Included in the organ lied Counties of the state. Other portions may ultimate- ly become valuable for mineral and agricultural wealth, but at present the Oomanches and other nomadie tribes use this territory for their hunting (rounds. ' DIVISION. Texas Is naturally divided into two general divis- ions. About one-fourth of its area is included in what is called the coas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 September 1869

41 t#e telegraph W. ©. WEBB, Proprietor. ' .*vIlST ; •' Hr'E.'.iJJ-, •' Houston.! September 7, '69. ■. • - ■ ■ ^^■'*"• - •' - ? y. =<. JQ* GOVERNOR. Gen. A. J. HAMILTON. OfTrstfrCoutft": ' -J kb murm* ant go vxrsqr, LATIMER, T^SOKROE, Cottlty. m foe tua3ubxr. JAMCS W. THOSAS, 01 Collin County. ^ ' '" W ' '' KnoraaioirsR oibiral land omci JOSEPH SPENCE, ^ \ Of Travis County. > .s;t.l£ Vx -.w ,VOlK£ 4. . W Col. W. T. ■ Yboxans is the authorized* Traveling Agent of the Tsubobafh. tr - > ; CLOUDS. We the following from Flake's Bulletin: I have passed through nearly the whole length fo Fort Bend oounty, and have made the personal acquaintance, and conversed with nearly every citizen of standing and respectability, and have familiarized myself with the condition of affairs generally, and have arrived to tbis conclusion, viz; That the freedmen, as a general thing, are treated with mote consideration and fairness, and that there is a firmer and nore hon- est purpose and dasire to C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 September 1869

% r. .aawawac- r" .mm* S&isi-T' df Editorial Correspondence. * '~— JBHIy of the Democracy—Sentiment of the People at Large—The Financial Prosper tty of the Nation Dependent on the Agri- 7«oltorB of the Sooth—Affairs at the Me- tropolis, &c, <feo, &. ([<;'• aflvi: Nkw York, August 26* 1869. 1 There has been# rally of the De- • mocracy simultaneously in several U^ieoe of; oar. broad domain. Ohio, with much enthusiasm* has brought forward her Peadlotoa^Massachusetts he#5 John Quiney Adamg.&nd Podds sylvania hoc /Packer, .each of them earnest and-hopeful of success in the approaching State elections. In ad- dition to this, Ahdrew Johnson seem^ to bfluatir^ng up excitement-amoDg the almost; effete Democracy of old Tennessee, with some prospect of meeting his old adversary, Brownlow, on the floor of the United States Sen- ate, feye and bye4 .and ihe Democrats of this city are holding Ward: meet*, iogs, with a view of orgapizing the party, and passing resolutions aski...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 September 1869

Houston i September 14 J '69. Traveler's will take notic§„of .the ' -boat upon tie i River, at Pioe Blaff, Ark. ...... . . m ^ m ■ j We real)j should have ti re was sometbip ' if tb&Jtoughs aind' to flatter and U thiers whoe^ honied*? or wUbe pinioDB wetvfJafe, an4 ^P(a|d t *ec«iT^>^r rcbDkes,; Thet' terpraiae _ Jpliifr ba- .'kind to each lif£<^fee,ad- .. -r-w-m-rr^—, wilj/be pi^t^epfeifctty^ celebrated^through- out the United States. The Germans are foremost in making preparations, 0*n:{: <.-c * i-.fr .*•«.A .i*-j "Dirt a great many Americana will cheerfully join -in paying tribute to the memory of ihe great philosopher. Capt. 4>haw, of the London Fire Brigade.ison a visit to the United States to. study the working of onr fire departments. He was last week 4k guest of the firemen of Philadelphia . otw iruui the leader to day that the Radical candidate for Lieut. G-over- ooris fop a division of the State. The . Very troth is, thaft bat for this con cealed design, so ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 September 1869

eji jSiiST -u3 •a :" .:• >.. .1,1 SI PLANTERS INSURANCE CO. .........Mali Street.. ..30 ZZ& sahmi tn1_' ..-.i ■ ; -;r. : .. K.U., Hooaton, Texas. £ Capital 8850.000 ■irn W i .rlmh^UEKmB INLAND INSURANCE. 1 ji !j|^ j, BURKa............. ••Er**!S®"i* 'jfeoMtary. -II. .101179700 ,a ' ;ax WNSJO] ^'^KNOLL* OPS, J. T. II. WILSOR, ~ J. D. J iM "f'riir* ***• Policies made payable in Currency or Gold, at . . , > mays-dtwAwiy : MOUND CITY MUTUAL LIFJS INSURANCE COMPANY, 'U? (**;:*?• L«vii,| mis SO UBI iO 93* ♦ . w .JP; J ,.. ^AL E R H : ON, President, Vice President, A.*. 9UCK.NBK, Secretary, , S. W- ZjOMAJL. Aufitast Secretary, W. £. HARVEY, Cemaltlac Aetaary, C. 6. McHATTON, Genernj Agent, WM. HATCH, iU. D. Medical Officer, W. W. GRISStfrli 31. D., Con Pbyalelaa 0 i ..i I-.'.: ; Ditaotora JAB. J. O'lALLOK, 8. A HATCH. A. H. BUCENEK, A. M. BBITTON, A. M. WATERMAN, JAB. H. LUCAS, i. a. McDowell. A. B. GARRI80N, •W. 0. fllPPLE THE TEXAS BRANCH OFFIOSRB: T. H. MoMAHAN, (of T. H. McMah...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 September 1869

Houston, September 9, 1809. beauti \' : See that troupe will exhibit to-night . — ^ After the first of October the Jeffer- aon Times is to be issueff^tfifc. ~T; . • * :/H\ ■—" ' Small at first aojl' T^xaa ] the names ly th ree persoire at its mast head, Flanagan and Keuchler. Galveston papers mention the ith of Col. John S. Sydnor. He r laet at the residence Lynchburg. 30 years ago S. oime from 7a. to Galveston. Twice he filled the office of Mayor of the ch}/ He" was a large hearted public spirited man. Daring the war led op an extensive auction IMS in Houston; and out city as well as Galveston will mourn his loss One paper describes the ^jQtin>eyings?ef .the President, under aJ"ead of "Pilgrim's. Progress. r'-'-Another says that all along the line of ^travel from the While Moon tains to Washington, multitudes of - people flocked to the depots to see the "Pres idential Mefragerte." *;'■ Mo«£- of the 'Sastern papers have a regular column -ieaded ''Movements of the President • >...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 September 1869

m &&- It wa* made Wilh de- and we aremore and more with it. The Columbus objects to the 6th plank, which we quote: ■=.•.*• J L 6th. Id bo case, in no place to ran a man for office Who cannot ttte the State test oath, if for an office in the State, or the Federal test oath, if for Congress. " We snppose that the editor of that paper think# that it is nullified by Attorney Gen. Hoar's opinion. If so, he is very moeli mistaken. If he will read the new Constitution, he will find that no man* who is disqualified from holdingofliee by the 14tb amend- ment to the Constitution of the. United States, can hold an office unn der the ^ - " The opinion of Mr. Hoar refers only to Che Federal test oath, and has n6 reference to anything else. Hence eor praitioQ is correct beyond doubt. Wo have never contended that only thoeewho can take the'Federal test oath should be elected to office,, and hayi been very particular, to make the ^distinction between the test oath pre- scribed by our State ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 September 1869

and is f barely seventeen years 'iff r, September 24. fO> QOTK&NOR. v - - MB LttUTlRANT QOVKRNOE," ALBERT H. LATIMER, Of Red Unr County. man. J> T. MONROE, Of Stouten Oounty. VOX TMABURXB. J4MXS We THO HAS, Of OdltD County. roil y>*iBMTny y ''««*T, LAND OFFICE JOSEPH SPEKCE, ' % Of Tt*t^ County. 17" Col. W. T. Tsohans is the authorized Traveling Agent of the uijbg&?H.J-v.# Illinois,* time Binoe an athlete performer fell and killed himself for the amusement of tS&vu&ttitfi r'*- ' :tl'' Tfce BaptistB in Texas are discus* ting the propriety of removing Bay loi Xjaivenity from Independence to location. dodge—write letters from ^rnqfarn in favor of a favorite eandix date, end give them no localhaWta 'U&'I . ** -J ■ tion or name. ,t * hTja. -■J 4n^"' "C ' "OOTTW^kOO^ Wholsaal* tjir1* f*^*PT* KISS OF 0 BILLS —13SS Careaereiy other ' * 'V.' -j'A '3v*j 'r The Washington correspondent of tbeGelveston News things be. : ^ young nice young men, than to accept clerk -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 September 1869

mm* mm H0W XUCU DOES EC COST! It will only toit you on* dollar end twenty-flr. cents to bay * bottle of Bdw. Wildss's .Stomaoh Btrnu, which will certainty euro yon, or any of your family, of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, and all species -of indigestion, Intermittent Fever, and all peiiodieal - disorder* It will *ire immediate relief in Oolic and flux. It will care Gostlyeneu. It is a mild and de- lightful inylgorant for delicate female*. It is a safe anti-bilious alterative and tonic for all family pur- poses. It is a powerful reeuperant after the frame ha* been reduced aad attenuated fay e<ckness. It la an excellent appetiser, a* well as strengthener of the di- gestive forces, and la desirable alike as a corrective and mild cathartic. Hoes it Cost? It wlU only ESWiKD Wi which family. Byes, you one dollar to buy a bottle of B**3APA£lI.I.A JUS POTASH, rood donbt, cure yon, or any of your in all its torms. Scrofulous Sore Bhenmatism, Neu« l«i , Skin Dig- old or inveterate, every,know...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 September 1869

Ana let as feat as Radi never had before. m—" de- af the Bastrop Advertiser, wishes the editors who meet in Bren It bow 16mb* that the Badicals in J ham to-day much jaw. ail riMiltt k G<m. Srant are ^ -i-tJ to^e aH of their power to aid the StfjiaJaiB Tefcas. It la likely equally as certain that Gen. Bejjaolfls must do all ha can for The cotton crop of Arkansas has been cut short one-half by the depre dation of the worms. „ Ad extra session of the Legislature them, or snbmit to a removal from 10f Louisiana will be held about the bia position. Hence, while we have | first of December. hope that he will be sufficiently free to do the right, we have fears that he will fcet impelled to appoint only Radisads on the Boards of Registrars Mid in that event, all Texans may knotr what to etpept The Radical members of the Cabi* net hafd shown sin open hand. We yet believe that Gen: Grant does not acoocdwitfc thesoRadical plotters in his Cabinet. We believe that he will i Hat! Hat!!—We see i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 September 1869

fkc MM««. Oat Parte correspondent writes abont the attempt to blow ap the Sabine at Cherbourg, which was Tagtiely allsded to by arable dispatch some days ago, and caused c >nsidera blealarm, aa follows^ •'The -JoHraal da Havre of Monday contain8 the account of the execution of se*et) American sailors, in the open aea before Cherbourg, for being con- cerned ici a pilot toblow ap tlietJnited States frigate Sabine. The following aTe the details- For the last ten days the frigate bad been anchored in the roadstead. On Saturday morning a midshipman descended into the hold to execute an order from one of his superiors, and perceived a match, one end of which was burning, and the other of which communicated with the powder magazine. He hastily re- ascended and appused the officers on board of the fact., so that the match was immediately extinguished. It was time, for in a few minntes later the frigate would have been blown up. I'The commander on board the Sa- bine immediately commenced ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 September 1869

Saturday. September 25,1809 TheTelegrams of yesterday morn- ing announced that thfi -Doble Peabo- djT giro .four hundred thousand dollar®,in additiont&bis former magni ficent^feiiation, to the Peabody lost*; tute of Bakimow- \ -ij^TPfew Boj shys James, Peeler. * inventer of tbe Peeler plffir and the originator of the Peeler cotton, is now a citizen of Texas A-half million dollars worth of the Peeler plows have been sold. ar —-—1—' T) *■<(&■) • /, i-T~ We were glad on yesterday to meet Amos Morfell, Chief justice of our Supreme Court.. The Judge has. spent the summer ifi the Dorth, aud. re« tHrna 'much improved in. vigor atd health. His court will open ai Aus tin on the first Monday in uexi month. Throughout our State schools have very generally reopened, eome of them quite promisingly .Bat there are rnul* tiplied thousands of children in the State whose parents are unable to den fray the expense of educatiug thein. Our school system is in chaos, aud our school fund locked...

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