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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 October 1869

ffTT BUM tip telegraph. _ ' . Terms of she Telegraph. ■i.,; V , rtn OUKRKSOT.),. ' , Daily par year, $16; for six months, $ 8; • we one month, $1 50. Tn-Weekiy, ^ peryefar; $4 50 for six Jaontha. i' h P01 year, $3. -/Single copies; 10 eents. ■i _ ri ? ' - ■ It ia stated in one of the French pa- • pers that the Hindoos in the environs -v*of Bombay have been mach startled <*A>J the appearance of their God Yiahu, • /who has several times been seen at night'Whirling past them on a celestial wheel like a flash of fire. t>irectly be approaches them they prostrate them- selves in the dost. Yet all the time > It is not really Vishnu; it is only a .'.certain Mr. Kemp, who, ambitions to ;. be the first velocipede rider nnder an . ■ Asiatic son, has provided himself with >one of these vehicles, bat finding that . the heat rendered it an incumbrance rather thab a loxnry in the day time,- is compelled to' take his exercide upon it at Dight, by the aid ot a lantern. Do yon shake? U...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 October 1869

T.HE TELEGRAPH W. CI. WEBB, Proprietor. Houston, October 28,1869. The Amendment in Ohio.—The Is assert that the newly elected ktnre of Ohio win ratify the 15th Amendment. The Democratic journals gay it will not. In the Leg- islature the Republicans have a mas jOrity of one in one House and three In the other. Bttt Some of those were elected by Democratic votes on the fusion ticket in Hamilton county, and it is surmisedthat they, will not vote for the prc^pb&d amendment. Pro- bably we shall not know how they will,vote until the Legislature meets, jAjdfhiniftbe amendment is likely to be carried, its opponents may do as was done in Indiana, retire from the hall and break the quorum. OB! SHAKE, WHBBE ■Liisau IS THT Judge Fayle'a head has also fallen into the Radical basket, and he can at least congratulate himself that he Is in most excellent company. By specifying the causes of removal, Gen. Reynolds will now surely hear the other side. In fact, we are surprised to hear that he act...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 October 1869

Dr. LimKMTon.—The following dispatch concerning Dr. Livingstons received here yesterday, under date of Bombay, Oct 6 : - A letter has jnat been received here fcwm Dr. Livingstone, the great Afri- can traveler. Ae was at Lake Ban- glewo at the time of Writing, (in Joly, 1868,) and vn in excellent health and spirits. He mentioned in cidentally that he believed be had at last fonnd the tme source of tbe Nile. Mr. Kirke, fn a dispatch to the gov- ernment here, Bays: : A caravan, has arrived at Zanzibar. It brings the welcome news that Dr. Livingstsne had arrived at Niyi alive and ^vell. He was on the way to tbe coast* the road to which was open and safe. Another caravan is expect* ed here, which will bring later infor- mation of the Doctor's progress. Speaking of Pere Hyacinthe, the Cincinnati Catholic Telegraph says that tbe honors that have been paid to his brilliant talents as an orator, have caused him toforget tbe humble garb of a Carmeliie monk, and tbe admiring crowds of savans a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 October 1869

" -A*" m* gctofi^^s. fee&T i!~ ' f Victor Bote Esq-, has become asso- ciate editor of tbe Victoria Advocate. i has come over,tfce spirit im8*\ We meari the few wbe were almdsfr per- ed to-join the Reynolds-Tracy ti O / ^ . v. • I r* W" If Geo. Davis really intended to 1 meet Gen. Hamilton in debate on the 2&pkr how ia it that hia fugleman, J. G- Traey, left for Austin on the 19 th ? That's the question. < V , ^ 7 * r>ftrr^—'—~s ^artying dgcJtB toabad.market— Joining the Radicals in the hope of eucoess. They are destined to be- come to the most odious party that «ver-ever existed iD this nation. The Jasper Newsboy has run up the Brenham ticket in full. Bather late my boy. Hamilton Stuart is the only name left on the ticket. He starids alone, wrapped in the mantle of the / Virginia resolutions of '98. . I We had the pleasure of a call from Cap*. Wells Thompson on yesterday. * We like him so Well as a man that we are sorry that he is a candidate, as his running will only ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 October 1869

r 24 1869 what reconstruction wili - •• ' - -t* «iTs e«v vaseix** from the Conntryman Thatcher Esq., has been appointed Mayor of Hempstead AH men who held any beati town, city, county, District or State office, before the war, and afterwards joined the Confederates, or gave them aid or comfort, are prohibited by the 14 th Amendment to the U. S. Constitution irom holding any office now, nptil loves their disabilities. 8i*AfexTAN Tkicplaes.—The Grand Lodge of this temperance organizaa tion met. in Brenham the 21st inst, 'The Lodges of 0alveMBton, Richmond. Colnmbas, Brenham and* LaGrange were represented. Some modifica- tions were made in the pledge, and measures taken to posh forward the organization of subordinate Lodges. We invite attention to the new ad- vertisement of the Houston Direct Navigation Company. It i^hotfid b^apeeiaUy noticed that they are prepared to give through bills et lading by.steap from Houston to New York orftevr Or leans, and by sail to New York, Liverpool and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 October 1869

: f A i -J. .* u &m mm m*m Odtbbii* 26.1369. !-f r* • *■* .< TEXAS ITEMS. Pecans are quite abundant in Wes* lima are'otlfingTat $3 per '-fc' 0t* \ TUB EAB?ll!Affi I* A SET Y. . j ^ Ifc£^gsp| pleasure tG,^«jfehat this designation of the extreme^jmen of the Nortn^as been atfoi aaoptea very. •g^erdSfr-bVthe Northern ptesa Ic was necessary that there should be some deliverance to the Republicans from tbe incubus which tbehktefnl men among them had brought among them, and hence, they have encour- aged them in adopting the same, Radicajs, and as long as history lives to them. It i* a fitting to the party which makes race and kind, and bold- i to sustain itself by* building -upanejgroparty in the Sooth. And VfOt that they love the negro, • hut that they may use him to keep or place themselves in power;- •> They are renegades fremtheir own - color, and depend in the South main- ly upon appealing to the passions and prejudices of the freedmen to aceom- plish their purposes. ; • i I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 November 1869

'u'-* Jf. €. CHKW,Wtif«adiaB BINTS k COR. TOR TEXAS K9&, IiaQranee,* Texas. yitT iAlWaNS.-Wiico.TexM. NONDi Tens,. TON, Hoaston, Tz. INGIO of the lohshs, for sir ESTABLISHED 1834 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18,1869. NO. 29. Peabody's Agent Daily Expected. FOREIGN NEWS. From the Bio Grande. 1869. ember IS. -si R.„ \ ' ■W. Yes *>rk as y<&never did before. Your o/n personal interest, the good of yodr family, the happlneseflpf yo^s people, the prosperity of your State, most imperatively demand it., ..f he destiny of Texas for years to come depends upon the defeat of the Radicals in the ensuing election. Look at their leaders—their office- seekers—their wire-pullers. Measure t them,-weigh them, and consider what would be your fate with ^them over you as rulers for four years to come. 'Then again look at your own side. See how many-office seekers you have for the same office against one Radi cal. Look t& your ^candidates for State offices, i'or members of Con gress, /or County an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 November 1869

TELEGR s . Announcement of Candidates. '*&!> i For LleitcBUt Governar. *npr W« fcrs snthoriMd to umoance DR. B0ULD8 «iir ii M £ candidate for Lieutenant Governor, on -ttetloket of Sen. Hamilton, In tin election to be dd on the 5th of Jnljr next. 4 jr(r Commissioner ef the Li and Office. fgf We are anthorized to announce Col. TB OMAS "WM. WARD as a candidate for Commissioner of the General Ltad Office. oct 9-wtde Fer the Legialatnrc, tW We are authorised to utnooneetMr. JOHN - 8HJEARN m a candidate for Repreaentative to the legUstnre from the counties of Harris .and Mont- «0H M7. ", ;• ■' TjHE TELEGRAPH Wi G.WEBB, Proprietor. Houston, November 12, 1869. ■ ■i " JOB GOVERNOR. Gen. A. J. HAMILTON. ' , Of Travis County, JOB LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR,1 ALBERT H. LATIMER, Of Red RiTer County. FOR COMPTROLLER, . ABMISTEAD T. MONEOE, Of Houston County. , FOR TREASURER, JAMES W. THOMAS, ,...,, ' Of Collin County. UPOR COMMISSIONER GENERAL LAND OFFICE JOSEPH SPENCE, r Of Tr*vis Qomnty. Subscr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 November 1869

\ Si I 1 ior' KpTlston, Nqvei^ber 14, 1869 < The Sw Antonio Herald appears in a new and "heauthul dreaa, greatly en- larged and improved; This is one of "the oldest and most influential papers id-Western Texas, and well deserves tftb patronage it io Ziberally receives- Its daily now appears as ad evening paper.-i&S I Mr/W. D. Cleveland has shown us a sample of Tf*as sugar* made at the plantation of Messrs. Kyle & Terry, which will /ompare favorably with brown sng?*r prodnced in the South. The sam« gentlemen are manufactur- ing a Sfrop, which competent j udges pronrance equal to golden syrup. Mr. Cleveland will have both articles of sale next week. It is due to justice that Mr. Dia , mond should withdraw. We can Bee it in no other light. He was misled, and both ho and those who broaght him oUt acted npon the belief that Mr. Monroe had forsaken Gen. Hamilton. This is now shown to have been an unjust charge,Jand the continuance of Mr. Diamond in the field will endan* ger the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 November 1869

spue-—-—as55-H ■RHE TELEGRAPH ; ,-v. •' \, m fir • ^W. G. WEBB, Proprietor. 4 Houston. November 18, 1869. ■ ^ ;vi ■ j M. Wm. M. Varnell says that Mr. Deg- ener was an applicant for the removal of his political disabilities, and that Degener's application is still before Congress. ..,v ? . / Hon.William'Henry Smith, of Ohio, Kim been appointed telegraphic agent for the Western press. If any d6* partment of the. press needs a thor- ough reformation it is the telegraphic department. The last forlorn hope of the Cubans is to dbtain recognition of their belig- erent rights in Congress. A cotem- porary thinks if the insurgents can only hold oat until that garralous body disposes of the question, Cuban independence wfll be secured. Life Insurance.—Maj. Gary has hs the semi-annual statement of operations of the Louisiana Equit- able " Life Insurance Company, of -which Joseph Ellison is President, and W.P., Harper Secretary. This exhibit wows that the company is in almost prosperous conditio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 November 1869

A young lady goes into -ecstaciea over her new bonnet: l<0, the lovely little panteke—the charming little mat! It ttakeB my head so level, and so very, very flat!" Vmh Churdti) flow, Ftait Herb. Tree, Bhnfc and Evergreen 8aeds. with direc- tions for oulture. prepaid by null- Tito moot eanplet* and judicious «ortrae0t UOtcNicnr. AC«BU wa ««> « go,« of eiSber for (I 00, prepaid by mail. A If o 8td v Fruits, Pliuitx, iJulb*, all the 3^7 prepaid lu-mail. 4 IDs- Early peM, for 41' 00. Conover's Crlosaal AsP*™£°8' 7? P®r M «; * *tr KM, prepaid. New harajr blooroiD* Japan Honeysuckle, 50 cts. each, previa. True Cape God Cranberry, for °PU?^ ®t/°*'aDPr°cid tuxu. SI <• per loo, prepaid, with directions, rricea CaUlotie to any address, gratis; also, trade list. ^Ai*80N?I0ld Colony Nurseries and Seed ' Warehouse, Plymouth, Mas*. Established in 1842. Novemberll-w3m - Legal Notices, &c. JYoticr. THE STATE OP TEXAS, >In the District Court County of iiarria. J Harris County. Jobs P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 November 1869

Houston, No^mber 13, 1869. . Clark in Congress—Flanigau, Lien- tedanF Governor! Do you like itf If not, see to it that the opggaing. can- didates compromise quickly. takiDg an in this , ifh Don't ~(et the Radicals makeyou be- lieve that they will have no, election this month. They tried to putit off and fctave failed, and now they keep tip the export to present the people from in the Election. ive thought that ever produce a set of > would attempt to ride by organizing ^ jand leagues Of colored Alas Khow^ have "they degen crated!'v— • If you wish to escape Radical rule, ■register—if you wish to overthrow the men who are trying tp build up a -negro party in Texas, register—if you -wish to see your State happy and prosperous, register. By all you*4ove, all you would deplore, register, regis- ter. . '' ;%■>. ■ . •Keep it before the- people, that at the end of nest year there will .not 1>e a Radical paper published in Texas. j ";l And keep it before the people that there are th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 November 1869

!:S% w J. C. CHEW, Corresponding Editor. TRAVELING AGENTS & COS. FOR TEXAS JOHN C. CABANISS, La Grange, Texas. . Capt.Al.BKRT r. PARSONS, of Wsco.Txb. K. G. RAYMOND, Esq., of Austin, Texas. V ■ 91. ROME, of Houston, Texas. GEO. W. KING, of Houston, Texas. : A Parisian editor pestered a prom- inent official with offers of news* paper assistance- The minister en- Uored it for some'time, bat finally re° plied: "My dear friend, you are mistaken: if geese did once save the Oapitol, it wa3 not with their quitls." /our back hurt ? Use Dron?oo!e & Co's Buchu. Drom?oole 4; Co's Buch^^r^^bad ^eairw. ^ „ JPorineoptir.ence. use Droagoolspdc^Co s; Buchu. Gleet or Gonorrh^Bro^te&Cj^ Buchu. nov 1-dlm Wholesale Agents for Texas. The mere lapse of years is this life. Knowledge, truth, love, beauty, good- ness, faith alone can give vitality to the mechanifiSn of existence. t FEMALE DISEASES. All oyer tbe%outh are rapidly yielding to the mag! c oower of that never failing Uterine Tooio, mo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 November 1869

? .* i*-« •# o-mor * -:H ftiy till you have it. tfr LlBPTBITAMf GOV Will oar friend* alLsfver the State, . so kind as to repast to us promptly suit of th^/re^Istration in their counties. We desire-to make a fall table showing the voting strengtl every county i In the proceedings of Conference, we notice i C. N. McGuire was transfer Northwest Texas Confer Wightman meets as Conference at W< ' "row, the 17 th. ~~roh*t pat off going forwsid to re- ntes, till the. last days. Go daring t two days aDd press your ap- r hearing, and by all means II yoa are re- * " jpewttt demand a copy of the record «o&v preserve it. Also report your Tf^wJtion and the reasons assigned to K the Tile graph or some other news* r'%r publication. ^ —— ■ . The people ot Texas have if in ' %heir power to obtain a fair registrar tioa by promptly going forward-and demanding it peaceably bat earnestly. \ Beware of hotheads. Let the moder- inen keep them in check. Let be no disorder. If unjusiy re- * |pcted, let...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 November 1869

• aK—■■■———— J-.C.6MW, Corresponding Editor. TRAVELING AGENTS 4c COR. FOR TBXAS: JOHN C. CABANISS, Lt8ru««, Texas. Capi. ALBERT PARSONS. Waco, Texas. ' ! C. R AYMOND, Esq Austin, Texas, H HARRINGTON, Houston, Tx. Terms af the Telegraph : (IN CURRENCY.) Daily Tier yea*. $16; for six months, $8 for one month, $1 50. Tri-Weekly, $9 per year; $150 for six months. Weekly, per year, $3. - Singlo copies 10 cents. Houston, November 25. 1869 * Among the rolling yeara a. d. 1869 will be noted as haying accomplished three of the grandest events in hiB- tory. The laying of the Franco Ameri- can Tel&grtiph, the completion of the Pacific Railroad, and the opening of the Suez Canal. t mn The pilots of Galveston in a pab« lished card state that they can bring vessels'into Galveston over the inner bar drawing from a foot to fifteen inches more than could have been done before work was commenced on the harbor. Why should aDy one forsake Judge Latimer under present circumstances? It requires no kn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 November 1869

TJHE TELEGRAPH *W. 0. WEBB, Proprietor. Houston, November 14, 1869 JOB GOVERNOR. Gen.A J* HAMILTON^ M A Of Travia County, .* JOB LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR,! ALBERT H. IL.ATIMER, Of Bed Btrn County. JOB COMPTROLLER. armistead t. monroe, •Of Houston County. ;C JOB TREASURES. ~ james w. thosasj Of Collin County. COMMISSIONER GENERAL LANS OFFICE joseph spence, Of Travis County. 49T Subscribers to any of our Issues will greatly Oblige u by lectin# us know promptly of any failure to receive their papers, as it wiil help us to find out, and correct the cause. 1 Let every candidate send in Ma orders for election tickets to the Telegraph. We will famish them «b cheaply as they can be printed any -where in the State. See that Mr. Griffin is a candidate for Representative from this District • tb the Legislature. On the 16th iijst. 48 perrons, 39 whites, and 9 colored registered in <laiveetpn, The body of Mr. Philip Carey, late >a nate ofthe steamer Whitelaw, was found floating in Buffalo Bayou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 November 1869

Sunday, November 22. 1869. It will be seen by his card that Gen. Shields has withdrawn from the canvass for Congress, atfd while we appreciate highly the motives which prompted him, we must express our regret that he was not allowed to ran alone against Clarke. He entered ac- tively into the campaign, and had can- vassed a number of counties, and had the race been left to him he would have kept up hia labors till the day of the election. The people will re- ,member him for his self-sacrificing devotion to the public good. Ball, Lyons & Co., Nos. 42 and 44 Camp street, New Orleans, wholesale and retail druggists, are still doing a splendid business in the Crescent City with all the adjoining States, and particularly with Texas. We know these gentlemen well, and we take special pleasure in re- commending them to Texas mer* chants when they go to New Orleans to buy drugs and medicines, for they are ri t only reliable and prompt in filliog orders, but fill them with the purest artic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 November 1869

T.HE TELEGRAPH -W.0. WEBB, Proprietor. Houston. November 25, 1869 Latimer stock will rise from now till the last vote is cast, but we fear not enough to place it above par. However, if the people will rouse themselves and work for him he may jet lead the field. Did any of the signers of the Thompson circular ever pledge them- selves to Latimer t Did any of them eyer pledge themselves to Baker ? We dont't know, but Little Wren says yes. v t Capt. Wells Thompson sends us a letter from C. B. Shepherd, of Bren- ham, denying authority from any one to use his name in favor of Dr. Baker. From what we hear from some of Dr. Baker's friends here, we are satisfied that it was only a mistake in the ini- tials of the name. Flanigan ok Suffrage.—Col. Flanigan talked for a full hour on the suffrage question, and we listened very attentively. At the close of his speech we were unable to decide whether he was in favor of or oppos- ed to the enfranchising clause in our proposed Constitution. We have ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 November 1869

Tbe ship Madora, from Havana for Liverpool with sugar, is ashore at Barmouth tad was abondoned. No lives lost. Freeh Garden, fUw, Frnit, Herb, Tree, Shrob Md Evergreen 8ee<U. with dtrcc- *ieno f« enltare, prepaid by mall. The ■kmc Mapleie and judicious assortment la the country. Aienu Wasted. _ ® jprt* of either for $1 00, prepaid by mail. Alfo email fruits. Plant*, Bulbs, all the new Potatoes, ®c, prepaid ny mall. 4 lbs. Barly Rose Potato, pre- Paid, for •! #0. Conover's Colossal Asparagus, S3 per 0; e!S per 1060, prepaid. New hardy fragrant ever- blooming Japan Honeysuckle, 50 cts. each, prepaid. True Cape Cod Cranberry, for upland or lowlani cul- ture, $1 00 per 100. prepaid, with directiocs. Priced Cataloirue to any addreis, gratis; also, trade list, seeds on Commission. B M. "W A1 SON, Old Colony Nurseries and Seed Warehouse, Plymouth, Mans. ifistabiished in 1842. November ll-w3m Legal Notices, &c. JVotice* THIS STATE OF TEXAS, ) In the District Court County of a arris. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 November 1869

gaa——— Houston, November 20, 1869. tg- ■* r;-^ Some of these days, we shall., have some curious chapters as to the ups and downs of a candidate in seatch ofthe office of Lt. Governor, wh^ch will be intensely interesting'. £; We had the pleasure of a 6all from Col. J. M. Morphis, corresponding editor of the Houston Times. He is just back from th^ North looking as hale^ hearty and as full of l^e as ever. Capt. Wells Thompson was in the oit^ yesterday and showed us a dis atch from the editor of the Jefferson Times and Republican, pledging its ,Support.^The Captain thinks he is making good headway, so also does Dr.. Baker, and if both are right it only makes the election of Flanigan more certin. The Harrison Flag says that, at Tyler, Gen. Hamilton asked Whit* more, if he had not drawn $l,t>00 from the treasury of the State to pay his expenses as one of the Radical delegates to Congress, and he an- swered that he haid. He never left his home to go to Washington, and when pushed oy Gen...

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