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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 November 1869

.*• C. CHEW, Corresponding Editor. TBXA8 TBAVBLING A6KHT8 * OOK. POR JOHN C. CABANIMS, La Orange, Texas. C«]K- ALBBfiT S. PARSONS, of Waco. Txs. N. C. RAYMOND, Bsq., of Austin, Texas. €>• II. ROMJS- of Honston, Texas. GEO. W. KING, of Houston, Texas. Strange Fate of a Kentnckian in Kan. From the Kansas City (Mo.) Times. A man died in Kansas City several wee&s ago, whose life had been a -weary one—and, maybe, harder than he could bear—for to those who knew him there were a few hints of a brief death struggle that was not natnral. George R was born in Ken- tucky, and came to Cooper county, Missouri, at the age of sixteen. This -was in 1839. Soon his parents died, and„be was left alone and penniless. In 1856 he went to California, entered the mines with the zest of a boy, worked hard, was successful, bought land near Sacramento City, aod soon became a rich and prosperous man. In 1858 he met the woman who, through no fault of his, was to exert such a sad influence upon all his af...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 November 1869

Houston, November 25. 1869. The Race for Congress.—(Jen. Shields haviDg withdrawn, it is the duty of every citizen who is opposed to the election of Clarke, the Radical, to concentrate upon Cot. Eliot. It will require all the energy of the Re- publicans and Conservatives to elect him. as the Radicals have managed to keep many of the colored voters of the District haddled in the Leagues, and have tanght them that it is their oath*bound duty to vote for their nominee. This baneful influence should be met and counteracted, and untiring and patientenergy can do it. If the negroes all vote for the Radical shall be beaten, and therefore should work to convince them of their dory. We are sorry to see Flake's Bulletin occupy irs present position. How is it possible for it to support Clark 1 We hope Flake wiU reconsider it. He has taken so noble a stand for a bars moneous reconstruction that we re gret to see him now turn to the sup port of a Radical. Col. Eliot is t supporter of Gen. Grant'...

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

• h VJ -v ■ Sundaty, November 20, 1869 JmC. GHBV, C«mip«wliB| EdiMr. TSVVRLINa AGENTS it COB. FOR TBXAS: JOHN C. CAB1N1S8, LaGrauee, Texts. CapL AL.BEKT PARSONS. Waco, Texas. C. RAYMOND, Esq., Austin. Texas, *_H HARRINGTON, Houston, Tx. i'V. Terns «f the Telegraph : (IS. CURRENCY.) Daily Deryear, $16; for six months, $8 for one month, $1 50. Tri-Weekly, $9 per year; $ 1 50 for six months. Weekly, per year, $3. Singlo oopie«, 10 cents. THE HOUSTON M ! ,5 f. • %' Y, • Jr. li' te j- & * PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. To the Senate and House of Representative of United. States; In coming before yon for the £rst time as the Chief Magistrate of this great nation, it is with gratitude to the Giver of all good for the many benefits we enjoy. • We are blessed with peace at home without entang- ling alliances abroad to forebode trou- ble, with territory unsurpassed in fertility,, of area equal to the abund- ant support of 500,000,000 of people abounding in every variety of useful mineral in quantity...

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

I -m- TJIE TELEGRAPH ' W. 6. WEBB, Proprietor. Houston* December 2, 1869. gg- Subscribers to ut of our lane* will greatly oblige a* by lectin* as know promptly ot any lailure to reeeive their papers, as It will help as to find out, end eorreet the cause. We shall never feel ,that we are a free people indeed, until under onr own vine and fig tree, the people of the State can be permitted to control their own internal affairs without out* side dictation.' 7JU-.eu •a,.i ■: c We are glad to learn that the elec- tion as tar as heard from is passing off qtiietly. Not a single case of distur- bance so far has been reported. Gen. Hamilton's election is sure, and a majority of Conservatives will be elected to the Legislature. Whole columns of matter con- densed from the Galveston News and the Civilian, "Vote for Wheeler." Do, from Flake. "Vote for Fulton!" The excitement in Galveston over the District Clerkship reminds us of a race once for a County Clerkship in Harris county between Baker a...

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

s Houston) December 5< 1869. When the Romans were in danger frdn^ tiieir enemies they went to Cin- -cinnataa to lead their armies, and foand him engaged in plowing his field. He left MS plow, took com- mand, fought various battles, con« ijjjored the enemies of the Boman Estate, and then returned to his plow. Now, Henry ;Scherffias does nottpro- pose to lead armies, bat he, is ready to help th9 people of Texas conquer ,the soil and canse it to yield more 'enduring victories. Just look at the various kinds of plows he offers and go and supply yourselves. All old men should use Dromgoole & Co'a Buchu. Dromgoole £ Co'a Bach a is the best ud cheapest. For the kidney* and bladder, Dromgoole & Co'a Effects of indiscretion—Dromgoole <fc Oo'a Buchu ' D nATVVQ Olt dee .-dtwkwlm B. COTTER * CO , Wholesale Agents for Texas. fO OCB 8UB8CBIBEB8. It .is a pity that readers of news- papers do not anderstand the differs ■ ence between leaded and solid matter. This article is leaded, as...

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

Houston, December 8, 1869. COME TO TEXAS. There is hardly any branch of in- dustry that cannot be profitably pur- sued in Texas. "We have the greatest country for the poor man in the world.... Land is good and cheap, and to farmers the field of Buccess is most inviting. It only needs industry to give a rich re- turn. Millions of acres of land are waiting to be profitably tilled. There is no State in the Union bet- ter adapted: to the raising of cattle and' other domestic animals, as onr native grasses [support them without feed. Any, farmer who will | provide himself with ten cows and calves and giycf them close attention* will in a few'years have -a large stock around him. Mexican mares can be purchased at a small price, and coarse animals of the horse kind and mnles can be raised at a most profitable rate. Sheep, goats and hogs also succeed well in parts of the country. Our agricultural products can all be raised with success and profit* Mechanical labor will find employ* ment alm...

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

V , Co.—Today the new dredge boatwiil "betested; -at actucl work: at a point some 35 miles below Hons ton. May she prove a success— keep pegging away at it gentlemeo, "Litte stokes fell great oaks." . ;V'-_ • . n..: ^ Legal Notices, &c. •V, -JVotice. i * tJKAsr' John P. Keller T . Ohas. O. Colley, snr. P rt.and 0 , ' Ellen H. Tuits. et. al. , " i To the Sheriff of Harris County, Greeting: ■wwt uvRfts inhn P. R.eieey citizen of the Stat© W nf Tex^ hw aid hi Potion in th« Clerk's (S °of Sm .^^jwx<?Ss,j5as? ^"tormM^dotaS^usiness under thefinnname. f^ EUen C. Tufts and Walter Tufts, Indebted to him in the sum 01 eighti Sea and Btxtr five dollars and sevehflrtM <ai865 79l< with interest thereof. t. the ififn ™rcent, tiom the l9thdavof December. il86S. For thfs that oo the 19 th dfcf of December,1868. he r<2J.wred a judgment tot he 8upreme Court of the IttSe ofNaw YorkrA aiShfor the City and County of VatIt Obsrlss O&tss Col ley as sur X Tufts, and CoUe, (or wMsumoT *i...

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

Houston, 1869. to \ The HoMtoia' tTnfo^-^jia. oi*t a r* 4t*ftlori<>os^ewf" Ejctta" yesterday. , "We do hot envy the Radicals these ; little crumbs of oOmfort^ but would ( 5 4« "?&dtfs3 them, to abate! theft joy very !' !' A largely, "~for they'arfe destin y^dqq,frintmest.|jA j We havf; wrjtUm pliiiu ] y of the " this Canvass. and we sue ."p \ --r* • ved: Itj.but if they sip us to an early res willing to forgive interests, ; as well as of them- c. railroad to New Orleans and thcTShip Channel completed,there will be, new life and impetus to every en- : terprise. The New Orleans Railroad should have hands enough placed t0 baild witt even more - ' than the speed used upon the Union Pacific Railroad. The Japan brought to San Fran* cisco 557 Chinese and 158 Europeans in the steerage. Among her freight -are 82 packages of silk, 4789 packages of tea and 150 packages of miscella* ; neons goods for New York, by steamer, and 609 packages of tea and 11 packages of miscellaneous goods,...

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

J. C. CHEW, Corresponding Editor. TBAVBLING AGKNT8 * OOB. tOR TEXAS JOB* C. CAIMH9, La Grange, Texas. Co.pt. ALBERT R. PARSONS, of Waeo. Tza. N. C. RAYMOND, Be«., of Austin, Teai. O. M. RO.HB of Houston, Texas. GKO. W. KINP, of Houston, Texas. Religious Summary. - in the Presbytery of Western Texas recently held in Lockhart, the follow ing stated supplies were appointed: Bey. W M Kilpatrick, Columbus and Texana; Kev. J M Wilson, Vic toria, Lavaca and Indianola; Rev. J H ZiVfclyj Clinton; Rev. J M Con- nelly, 8t. Mary's and Kocbport; Rev. JT Martin, Seguin, Selina and Cibloj Rev. Wm Hamilton and J M MeCul* lough at discretion. fcev/ir. W. p4Vifit)i83, Agent of the American^Bible Society, recently paid visits to Austin, Gonzales and the adjacent, counties, in the interest of the Bible cause. The Jefferson Jimpleeute has . the following: Christ Chubch.—Bov. E. 6. Ben- nerei has accepted a call to takecharge of this chnrch, and will hold divine service every Sunday. To day Bishop Gregg ...

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

•#. i < <■ *9*' mk W" V~ . <■"* (Continued from first page,) - societv. I see do substitute for such a system except in placing all the In- dians on larg« reservations as rapidly as can be doue, giving them absolnte .protection there; As soon as they are, .fitted ibr.lt they should be induced to set np''territorial governments for " their "ovvfi protection. For fall d6s tails on this subject I call your spec- inattention to the reports of the Sec* wary of the Interior and the Com- missioner of Indian Affairs. The recommendation of the G-ener ' al of the army thst appropriations be made for forts... at Boston, Portland, Kew York, Philadelphia, New Or« leans, and San Francisco is concur- ;ced in. • I call special attention to the recom- mendation of the Chief of OrdnaDce for the sale of arsenals and lands no V longer of nee to the Governmentj 0 jdso, the 'recommendation of the Sec- retary of War, that the act prohibit- ing promotions in the staff corps of the army be repealed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 December 1869

Cwwffltea«g IdlMr 8 * 00ft. «0K TBXAfl C*BAm*S, La0*an*e, Tex**. Capu AliBSa-VPAKSONMv.WMQ.VeuB. C. H %YMOXD, K q, An «tfW Texas, * H H4RSli(8tOM, Houston. t*. sue of tae Teleptrh i (in cuekbnoy.) VOL. XXXV.—NO. 83. Daily per year. $16; for six months, far one month, $1 50. Tri-Weekly, $9 pei year; $4 50 for six gtha. •••' ■ .• ly per year, $3. eopies 10 cents. j Houston, ^December 15, 1869. fi '■ . i v .. John Deitrich has been appointed I . . Surveyor of Custom^ at Velasco, 8e8 of organization so fully illustrated I ' - f,-.t as in the late canvass in Texas.— %«- -— ♦ When the Radical Convenfcionmet in Undeiwthe influence of liquor a man janef uq one thought they had a named Robert Budd, in a fit of mania gh08t 0f a chance of success. That potu committed suicide in Galveston body represented only a small'portion on Mond WEEH THURSDAY, DECEMBER Il6,1869. ESTABLISHED 1884 POJUITIUAL OBfiAPHZATIOlf. We have never seen the adv&nta- your p and at Galveston, seeks is lineef station*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 December 1869

•E&E.TELEGRAPH w. . WEBB, Proprietor. Houston, December 10, 1809. ' POLITICAL MOBALITT. c TJitf theory of our government is very beautiful. It presupposes that a few Wholesome laws are enacted for jEhe well ordering of society. To ad- minister these simple [laws, proper men are selected fey the voice of their fellow n%ea to fill tbe varions offices. These men (in theory) are honest and capable* and will administer the laws iirith impartiality and fidelity. This is the trnertheorj of a republic. Bat wigs the government comes to be in- angvrated, and its various machinery Set td work, it is found to be quite complex. There is a chance for a conflict between the different depart- ments, civil, Judicial and military; and between different jurisdictions, general, state and municipal, and it is considered perfectly legitimate for one department or jurisdiction to assume control of the others, if the power can be obtained. And this usurpation is practiced without any regard to * the th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 December 1869

Houstpn. December 12, 1869. ' THI E€VMEinCilJL COUNCIL. * The most celebrated ecclesiastical assemblage which has cod veined for •centaries,met in Borne on Wednesday last. After the consultation mentioned in the Vlllth chapter of Acts, the first secogaized Ecumenical Council was held in Nice, in A. D. 325, by order of the Empetor Constantine. This Coun- cil condemned ,fche Arian heresy. Ecamenicals proper have not been held since the eleventh century when & permanent separation took place be tween the Greek and Latin churches. The last General Council met in 1545 at Trent, to arrest the progress of the Reformation in Germany. This body eontinu&L its sessions for more than years with some inter- missions;*^ The ISIahopS and other ecclesiasti cal dignitaries summoned to the Coun- cil by Pious IX, have very generally obeyed, and 700 Bishops and many other church dignitaries from all parts •of the world where the Boman Caths olic religion prevails, have flocked to Bome. > Thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 December 1869

TJ&E TELEGRAPH .If. €f. WEBB, Proprietor. Houston, December 16, 1869. We shall be obliged to our'friends IF they will furnish us with the ad drees of every Senator and Repres sentative elected to the Legislature, a* wedesire to gsblish the same as standing matter for bar paper. •- - i 0"J. rl decl4dtw&wtf HEW IE9IPBBAI(C£ OBDEB. " "The Friends of Temperance" is the name of a new institution of Southern origin for the promotion of the temperance reform and for social •ffid benevolent purposes generally. It started in Virginia in the antnmn ^©f 1868, and is rapidly spreading. It has just been introdaced into Texas, where it promises to flourish greatly. The first Cooncil of the State has als ready been established in Houston, with about one hundred and fifty members, and the prospect is that it will soon swell its numbers to several hundred. Houston Council No. I, meets every Monday night at Gray's Hall, the finest public hall in the city, and thete weekly a large number of Ou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 December 1869

HOUSTON TELEGRAPH. limited States Government. The BxecatiTC. piTMM ft Grunt, of Illinois President. ■ Sehuyter Oolfu, of Indiana, Vine President. James Q. BUne, of Mtlse, Speaker of' Hons* of |The Cabinet. Ham'lton Yiah, of N. Y., Secretary of Btate. Sen. B l*oap of III.. BeeretaTy of War. John H. Rob*non, of N. J.. Secretary of Navy. S. 8. Boutwell, of Mass., Secretary of Treasary. Jacob D Oox, of Ohio. ecretary of Interior. Bbeneier a Hoar, of Mass., Attorney General. J A J Cresswell. of Md.. Postmaster General. b. W ■■ ** Bareaa CeamiMienen. Columbus Delano, of Ohio, Internal Bevenue. B 8 Parker, of Md.. Indian Affairs. 8 H fisher, of Ohio, Patent*. Minister* to Ferei«" Countries. Henry M Watt*, of PennsyWania. Austria. James Watson W*bb. of New York, Brazil. Jndaon KliPatrick.of New Je^'T, Chili. J Boss Brown, of Ca ifornia, China* S B Washburn*, of Illinois. France. Reverdy Johnson. of Maryland. Wreat Britain. Geonte P Marsb. of Vejmont, Italy. Wm 8 Rosecranz, of Ohio. Mexico. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 December 1869

'kr. Houston. December 11, 1869. FROM THE WEST. to' POLlflCAL APATfl¥. The people of the South were so ^disappointed at the result of the war (hat many became disgusted with politics and determined hereafter to .{• do that which is easiest done of any thing else, that is do nothing; to have nothing to do with politics and elec z tions. The fajjure of our first attempt aft weonstruction in Texas was also ▼eiydiscouragipg. Many plead that we adopted the Constitution aDd •elected officers future Congressional proceedings might set the whole aside again. „ There were elements in the late -canvass to incfease this general apa- ■thy. A great many leading Demo- crats never gave a very cordial pup* port to Gen. Hamilton. These felt that the contest was personal between two leaders of different wings of the SRepublican party. There was a want of unanimity among the supporters of Hamilton. On the ticket were recognized Repub- licans and straightout Democrats run- ning far the same office, and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 December 1869

T. W. HOUSE, 3® aid 43 <1 .Haiti, Street. Houston, BANKER —and— EXCHANGE DEALER, I COTTON AND COMMISSION ' MERCHANT / Advanoei liberally on eontlgnmrata o i ! COTTON'WOOL at HIDES. i WHOL18ALI DSALSR 19 GROCERIES, DBT GOODS, HARDWARE, CUTLERY, . ,;-3 * i' ■ ' " ]\r^ixjs, iron, t" p ' { - BOOTS AND SHOES JlJVn CLOTHIJVG. Constantly arriving or etery Teasel SUQAR, "t, COFFEE, e > ? i_tP •: « : -;i - x ■" '* FXj O XT H.. SAZiT, BRANDY AND WHISKY, tW Particular attmtloa paid t« llllii Ordara .frtio-dtw&wtf G. A. FORSCARD, 43 f MAIN STREET 43 ^ 91AU1 Bf BOOTS AMD SHOES, Calf Skins. Leather - \':V • -' * and Findings Vr*0: - . ' -i . ' 'Ml . * c. , ;4f:' Agent fo? the Sale of the . v \' • ' " vB1^I3RE"~ SEWING MACHINE, -i'MtjNPAREI L '' 1; iV •< v^'i .. 3 -?•*". > . . WASHING MACHINE, Brown's Pat. Baby-Tenders. The Empire Brwiifg Machine received the visa pbih at the great Fair of the American Institute New York, October 36th, 1867; and the hish s mnm for beet manufacturin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 December 1869

4 Houston, December 12, 1869. flVJI'VP, It was a bold game of the Admin* iatration to pat the. Radical thumb aorews and guillotine to work to make the people believe that they must vote for Davis and the Radicals, or not ob tain restoration. And Davis and his party preached it face to face before the people and many of them were simple enough to believe it, and this belief with some and the desire of office with others, drew many after the the Radicals. The people earnestly desired reconstruction, and when Da- vis had crawled upon Hamilton's platform, and the ignoble work of cutting off official heads was ret sorted to to force the election of Davis, there were those who having endured so much, cod eluded to bear this much more, and • accept Radical ruie. •; Thousands declined to register And thousands who did register de- dined to vote And upon these jests the responsiw bllity of whatever success the Radi cals have achieved. They had it in their po fer to have defeated the Radicals...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 December 1869

'• Ci OBBW, Ctftwpwiiia'i Mltart ItiWIKO AU«KT8 * COS. fOB TBXAB: JOIM C. CAB1NIM8, UOnoct, Texas. OMt ALBERT FARSONH. Wteo. Tei . C. kttlhond, ksq., Austin. Texu. it h harrington, Honston. Tx. •f the Telegraph : (IN CURBBNOY.) Daily per year. $16; for six months, $8 for one month, $1 50. T?i-Weekly, $9 per year; $ t 50 for six months. Weekly, per year, $3. Singlo copies 10 cents. Houston, IDecember 23, 1869. COTTON. The coarse of the market in con* section with this important staple, since the season opened, has taken no one familiar with the trade, by sura prise. It was expected that the prices which prevailed early in the season would decline when the crop began to come forward freely. The fluctu- ations since the 1st of October have been very slight. Liverpool varying from 11} to 12£d. and the home mars ket sympathizing. Estimates ot the erop ran from 2,350,000 to 2,750,000— a wide difference of opinion existing —we incline to the belief that the yield will not greatly exceed th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 December 1869

THE TELEGRAPH WMHtmm v^-yr 1 - - W. G. WEBB, Proprietor. Houston, December 12, 1869. BurHngame's mission has been sue* eessful in England, Denmark, Hassia and Sweeden. Let all secret political societies now sleep forever, and let the light of the Ban shine npon political actions. Postmaster Creswell is in favor of abolishing the franking privilege — It costs $5,000,000 per annum to car- ry this free mail matter, one half of which is transmitted fraudulently. ^ ~ The members of the Legislature elected from the 15th District, are Franoks, of Fort Bend, Sheriff, of 'Wharton/and Abbott of Austin. This we learn from a note from the Chief Justice of Fort Bend County. j." McGary, of the Banner, dodged oar questions to the last, but now that the election iB over and the Knights have laid aBide their armor, we reiterate that in our judgment hie dodge was discreet and wholesome. We would like to know .how much mojatey the Radicals received from the North to aid them in the late canvass and ju...

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