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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 January 1870

WW. evbnbxt lfeim'atcre. We present a list of those elected to tbe Legislature as far as they have eome to band: 1st District—Chambers, Jefferson, &c ,—Senator and three Represents tlves. A11 Conservatives. 2d District-San Augustine, &c.,— Probably all Conservative. 3d District— Houston and Cherokee counties—M Priest, Radical, of Cher- okee. Senator; A D Elam, Democrat, of Houston, M A Gaston, Democrat, of Cherokee, and L, W. Cooper, Bad ical, of Houston, Representatives. 4th District—Anderson, Henderson, &c—Result doubtful. ^ .< 5th District — Bosk and Panola eonntiee-*-Web Flanagan, Radical, of Rusk, 8endtor; A J Booty and B B Uqf,b«di of Panola* and Democrats, vamdA D Tinsley, Radical, of Rusk, Representatives. 41th District—Smith and Upshur sountier—James P Douglas, Dem scrat, of Smith, Senator; W C Pier- son, of Upshur, and Isaiah N Brown* itagt of Smilh, and Crourge H Slaugh* tar, of' Smith, Representatives—all BY TELEGRAPH, A «ociate<l Pr«« Okpalchca 7th Dis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 January 1870

a.?1 * t mm y acmston, January 4, 1870. in inconceivable letting down.-"—j The New York. /.World, speaking of the Ha\ says Boston is a point 'where "passengers from New York ehaiige ens for the White Mountains. Mr. R- A- Van HorE. of the Corsit ns a call last evej niDg. He was fortunate in finding at the ateambtiaf land i eg some of the -^utssiug material. pecessavv to coifif plefiuteoew oatfi^for stirring paj. per. When fee reaches home the Obj "d ,w,a> *t -■ • ■^m number off pipers in Texas ad (o sabftiit to anj ress. Just as a matter of, fa osfty we should like ' td: ItaWi# *•* * >■■* •*;« «*• > ttwj im-y *■«-%.<«* ai * ri- 11 these partiQS*|V#fK^,^o do. Com gentlemen, giro«s your programme *+■** -WBMp m ' - st Qhurch yesterdakr sxftSltant^rtaon wj s $|itetraHlJpRe*. 4>r. J. Bv McSerrii,, f Na^H^f, .Missionary Secretary iiM: ^nf^Itev. ishfr preached, to the delight of his nume •oi <iOL*> The year pf our Lord 1870 o] Da nag y i d be< n ai d pect. An unprece...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 January 1870

Sa^Uo-t ,?r?VT i*>. Hvss&'-s«ifcei-:ss? .! ; " ii .-6v '" ..iiKpfjOlfT <°>i '; •■(! .■> ' jr. «. CHEW, Corresponding Editor. TfciVXLING ACKBNTS & OOR. FOB TJtXAS: JOHN C. CABANI8S, LaGratiee, Texas, •■^t. ALBERT PARSONS. Waco, Texas. C. KYJIOND, Kf q.. Austin. Texas, I H HKBINGTON.Hoa.ton, Tx. Terms ' of the Telrnrrnph : (Iff CTTBBENCY.) •Daily per year, $16; for six months, $8 for one month, $1 50. Tri-Weekiy, |9 per year; $1 50 % six months/1'''*"''* pr year, $3. 10, cents- , . > ^|t?r^tQn. JSLX^wij iK.l$7^s Srou isuv, TIDINGS! EDWARD t*6t> v>JS It will care if!rr- Qwpges, are no,w growing luxuo riantly as far north as Sao Francisco. rM *' iji; Y^fitferday was the day fixed for the >"f 4 " . -r V, meeting Of the Georgia Legislature. Wv"-' «ball probably know to-day wKethera quorum convened, ——?! • J Again we have reports from Brazil that in a late battle in Paraguay the Cbsoi De Ea was successful, and finally. Lopez has been driven oat of the 6bunt^...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 January 1870

T;H£ TJflJLJfcUrKAJPH I *** W. 6. WEBB, Proprietor. Houston.January 7, 1870. IP* ■■liBiiniMHi to HIT of ouiMM will greatly lectin* uaknow promptly ot any iilhire MNmIm their i*>Wi •• it will help US to find out, gad eorreet the sauao. . . No election has yet been ordered io Milam and Navarro counties. -~r The Trinity river is io floe boating order an& Jtill rising at latest dates. See tbe administrator's sale to take pkee in Fort Bend ooonty on tbe 15th last. ljfhe Bed Biver revolutionists are paper. This will se- ct them belligerent rights. Tlwnaa M. Paechal baa been aps pointed Judge of the Criminal.Court for Bexar. Mr. Mortimer Cart, was on Monday elected Speaker " of the Louisiana House of Bepresentatives. Mr. Lo well, tbe previons Speaker had ren« dered himself ineligible by accepting a J^lBrjfcl. appointment. W are glad to see that some of the leading Republican journals are ear seet^n tb«ir advocacy of a redaction of national AS a people we are "jptOfoy tolerably thoro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 January 1870

nm v Hcmston, January 9.1870. BARIBL DBFOR. The October Dumber of a Bla^k wood's Edinburgh Magazine has a _ most interesting biographical sketch reproached me with it. as well as the smooth; and in less than half a year tasted the difference between the closet of a king and the daugeon of Newgate. 1 have suff red deeply for cleaving to principles, of which integrity I have lived to say, none bat those I Buffered for ever The imme- of Defoe. To the wwrld be is princi- pally known by his lighter writings, whieh to hrm mast have been the re- salt of his pen recreations. He was | the author of Robinson Crusoe, this diate causes of my goffering have been the being betrayed by those I- have trusted, and scorning to betraj those who trusted ma.'" Alas, that a man who had so stren* uously contended for the right, should will endear him do every youthful a veoai pe0. Yet such is the reader. His Journal of the plague of (aet Under the reigu of George. the Edtedon, next to the hero of pjrgt( w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 January 1870

8BBHB——B wweai t.he telegraph „ V. 6. WEBB, Proprietor. ■ BnbBcrfbera to any of our issues will greatly Idtf lectin* no know promptly of any failure {•TWetr* their papers, u it will help as to And out, •ad correct the mbm. Houston, Jantiary 13, 1870. ... The Brownsville Sentinel says that President Juarez favors religions lib- erty and the tolerfctifcrfrbf Protestant* lam in | In the .iron clad oath was [not required. 2 'fhe oath pres* enbed for office holders in the XlVth amendment was administered. v 3 'i*i _i : fgjj; General Order, No. 235 from Milita- ly Headquarfersi Austin, prohibits County Courts irom collecting special ' tinea, except where ordered for a * i^edfic purpose. ;£• 1 ' Order No. 232, prohibits the sale of ftnfendered lands for taxes until fur .. ther orders. " :*f &?■**;■ . Qur readers have heaidof a gam* bier named Dick Radford, who passed 'Itself; off in Niw, York as Lord Hubert Ainsley. He succeeded in maikg an accomplished young m, but after a short and b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 January 1870

Houston- January 1 l^lS^O. 1 We are very certain that men have — been elected on the Davis ticket who Govetoo McDoagall has been res are not mere office hunters, and will Blver 6onnfiy?«-,wffH'ove themselves trae patriots in the .Legislature. They were supporters of Gen. Davis, as, in their judgment, The Philadelphia to qairer suggests that Pennsylvania celebrate the cens' tjje begt meang 0f reconstruction, and tfctatflal of the Declaration of.Inde pendence by a grand indttstrial exhi- bition in Philadelphia July 4,1876. Soon after Congress reassembles it is expected, a -bill will, pass for the admission of the State of Colorado. "We hope Virginia, Mississippi and Texas will also soon have represeh" tation in Congress. • byfW ijy will do all that is necessary to accom- plish it, but they are not Radicals! and will not follow them in any extreme measures. -* , ' r- Besides this,, the liberal views ex- pressed by Gen. Davis are an;augury that he will agreeably disappoint us in his adm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 January 1870

^Houston, January 8 187Q.. Killing the goose tbat lays the gol dea egg-tbe Calvert Enterprise pitch infi> into the Central Railroad. / (|ar readers will see that th valua- ble property of the Bastrop Manufao* taring Company is advertised for mie. Here is a flue ehanee for capi* tsBfts. ... . ; .. iv Considerable European comment was ezoited by a remark in President (Jrantfs Message the "first of all «#4ionS." It was a typographical snor. The sentence was written, "freest of all nations." VBE XTlk AMENDMENT. " Daring her Eastern tonr the Em press Engenie kept np constant tele- graphic comnnioation with her hus- band. While at the farthest points she complained to the Viceroy of Bgypt that she was several honrs without any news from home. The regular M. D.'s of Rhode 1 sland have petitioned the Legislature of that State to protect the citizens from tuaok dootors. But any law wonld be useless. If there is any one an- eee^aerable appetite among Ameri- cans, it is a craving for patent...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 January 1870

HOUSTON TELEGRAPH, MEDICAL. fWMXt liCf Matare. ■ The Editor of the Hooaton Union baa I-w the following official .list of i elected to the Legislature, which with his cBwsfication. •'' ' tas bsnatk. E. B. Pickett,f AmM Clarke,+ M. Qpest,* \IS >* jfrebeter Flanagan,* Vijfr. F. Douglass,t "-nr.... P.T I * Y i Donald Ua H R. Lati 0. W. Cole,t Q. T. Baby,* (Color) Q. Bell,* arsfni,* * (Colored.) F. W: Hall,*: A T. Sam Evaop,f E. T Bro«ghton,t 6. B 8hannoD,f B. J. Pndgeop,* A. K. Poster,* E. L. Alford,* Tbos. H. Baker,* M. H. Bowers.f Theo Herlzbcij:,* A J. Fountain.* Conservatives, 11; BepnUieane 19. Be- publican majority, 8. i THE HOUSE. 1st District.—W. T. Simmons,f J. T. Chambers,t Jaa. T. Smythe f adDihl—-J. A. Abney.t E. L. Bobb.f E. L. Smith, t 3d Diet —L. W. Cooper,*X.A. Gaston,| A. D Elam.t . > 4th Dist —Manning,* Morri- son,* Stirman-t 5th Dist.—A J. Booty,f C.C. Doyle,t B. B. Lacey.t 6th District—W. C. Piergon," Isaiah N. Browning,* G.- H. Slaughter.* 7th Diat.—-Henry Moo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 January 1870

death la in front when her almost awoke. FAKJ Bubned to t>EATH.—An;old negro woman, who lived qd tbo farm of Capt, A. , ft Jonea, was burned to " " * week. She had Iain down, the fire and fallen asleep," [clothes caught fire and were ltrrely consumed before she 5he lived only a few hours, h—Plowing % progressing in the country around, tM d ift fact pro- ber. The land in many places is in a fair condition, andrit is. always better for land to be^flura so m etioi^s be- fore planting x and if it is subject to a frost, or even a snow, it is still bet-* ter. Many of-our country people are engagai l&ftepairiDg their fences and enlarging their fields preparatory to enlarging their crops thia year. It has seldom'been' the case that the soil has been in as good condition at this Mason as now« If we -could have a tolerable fair rain during this month^r( which' w,e probably will have) the present year will open favorably. Uany of the freedmen have sought to try their hand .again at farm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 January 1870

I jr. *>. CHEW, EdiMr. T* WILING AOKNT8 * COR. V0& TiXA8: JOHN O. CABANI89, Uerave, Texas. OwK ALBERf PARSONS. Waco. Texas. C. KTNDND, K q.. Anntin. Texas. 1 H HKKING-rON.Houitoa.Tx. $8 Terns of the Trlrgrtph (IN CURRENCY.) Dtily per year. $16; for six months. f r one month, $1 50. Tri-Weekly, $9 per year : $ t 50 for six months. Weekly, per year, $3. Singlo copies 10 cents. THE HOUSTON TELEGRAPH WEEKLY. Houston, January 19, 1870. Under the how Constitution, lands cannot be sold for taxes except npon a decree of the coart. Resolutions have been introduced into the Cortes forever excluding a Bourbon Prince from the Spanish Throne. '' Death in the pot—rather in the po- matum used for the hair, and the cos- metics to conceal 'the footprints of time npon the face of beauty. -The Governor of Pennsylvania re- commends the Legislature of that State to pass laws • on the subject of insurance similar to those in New Tork and Massachusetts. .? w , The two rival companies who were conte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 January 1870

TYHE TELEGRAPH w.«. WEBB, Proprietor. gvtaerflwn to *nr of our iaraea wfll grwUr •bU«*iut7 lettln* nsknow promptly ol any frilni* to reeeir. their papers, sa it will help a* to And out, and correct the emnse. Houston, January 14, 1870. Population in the rural districts of Massachasetts is constantly decreas- ing—Cause, there is no increase. On the 5th Inst., the Legislature of New York passed a resolution recall ing tile assent of that State to the XV Am&bdmentL V* v ' T A 4 Out of a .million and a half, one million of children attended the pub- lic schools , last year in the^ State of New York, at a cost to the State of aeveh and a half bullions of dollars. The constitution. of Missouri pro hibits the State from loaning its credit to any company or corporation. The same provision is in the new constitu tion of Mississippi. ^ ;> I- — —: Gov. Alcorn refuses to become i mere puppet in the hands of General Ames'. He will not be inaugurated nptfl .Mississippi is fully restored to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 January 1870

Houston, January 16, 1870. A regular Ku Klnx—The educa* tional man of straw set op by the frightened editor of the Galveston Hews. The High Sheriff of Chicago has absconded. It is characteristic of that city that a woman is said to be epneerned in his disappearace- He leave his friends miDUs some $20,000- At New Year's receptions in Wash ington neither the President, Vice President or any Cabinet officer, ex- cept Robeson, famished any intoxica- ting liquors. X The attention of all parties inter- ested in the Texas and New Orleans Bailroad. is called to the notice of Judge Crosby, the Receiver, in an« other column. We learn that G-ea. E. J, Davin— now declared Governor, of Texas, stated yesterday in reply to an enqui- ry that he will not allow himself to be nominated for a senatorship and even though elected will not serve. A fast paper is the Evening Tele- gram, tt has hoisted two Presidential tickets lor 1872. > Democratic for President, John T. Hoffman, of New York, Vice-Presi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 January 1870

MEOW T.HE TELEGRAPH W.€U WEBB, Proprietor. tor 3** Ki UV* Bubecribers to Mr of oar lunei will imtlr oblige u by lectio* us know promptly of ut failure to reeeire their papers, u it wiil help us to And out, and correct the cause. Houston, January 20, 1870. Judge Watrons is now able to ride ettt.' ' - James Denison baa been appointed one of the Judges of the Snpreme Courtof Texas, ^ t It will be aoen by oar dispatches that Gen. Alnes and Governor Alcorn have been elected United StateB Sen* ators from Mississippi. / — — /The new hand at the editorial bel lowr of the Houston Union is very good at blowing, and not slow at a pnff. On the 9th of January Rev. Dr. Baebman delivered his fifty-fifth an- niversary sermon in the Lutheran Church in Charleston* S. C. Judge Wood, the newly confirmed Judge for the district in which Texas is located, does not require jurors in .his court to take the iron clad oath. So says the Mobile Register. ■ t * .! im 2 '—-—-— Rhode Island as weH as Mississippi h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 January 1870

Houston, January 18,1870. A bill bas been introduced into the Kentucky Legislature providing for the registration of births, marriages and deaths. SRECOKT INSTITUTE - CATION. DKDI- rA.t aiournament at Marshall lately one of the knights (who by that act became the Knight of the Woeful Countenance) knocked down the arch upon which the ring was hung with hie head. A corresponcent of the Harrison Flag suggests the advantages of a railroad from Marshall to Jefferson. That would be very nearly on the direct line for a continuation of the Galveston, Houston and Henderson Railroad if that road should be built to Jefferson. Mrs. Roseanna Lee, of Alexandria, Ya., desire to know the whereabouts of her son Edward. Mr. Lee, who left Alexandria some two or three years ago, and has not been heard from for a year or more. Any one who can give their^orfif-,f'r,ii concern- ing him, at Alexandria, will confer a favor on her. Legitimate Fkditb.—The teaching of free lovism and free divorce, is pro- dnei...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 January 1870

•n: ■A Houston. January 15. 1870. A new mail roate has been opened fmm St. Marys to Rockport. The Goliad Guard saya parties are cwmencing sait for land given to HI* Aran a ma College. Tbe fleet with tbe Peabody remains fc expected at Portland about the inst. • Cam mack, charged with the mur- wr of Nixon in New Orleans, has ■■Rendered himself to the civil au- Hwritioa.' The Indiaoola Bulletin copies this AaHWfrom a shatter window of a re* Mi shop in that city : **Apils bi tbe paile fur sail hire.'r Oh, for the school masters ! ♦he Telegraph ought, perhaps, •e^el grateful for tbe good wishes m kindly expressed in our behalf by Stother McGary, of the Brenbam Sinner. Albeit we hope it may be aometime yet before bis epitaph for fte Telegraph will be needed. The XV Amendment—According ta the count of the Washington Repub- Bno, with States that have and that ■nioebtedly will ratify this amend- it will certainly become apart tfLtfie Constitution. having three op laor more than the requisite...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 January 1870

IV*1Women and Intemperance.—It i«*terri< •■We bet that ftjpreat proportion of tbeMisery, wkich evejy day besets our community is to be traced to the influence of the ram fiend. Th# reports of State Prison keepers, the re- ' eords of the poiloe,<the sanitary statistic, all • show that over fSor.fifths of the crime, desti- nation and premature death that corse us lave their origin in the abase of intaxieating -ticpMFS. A lady *fho visited the Tomb?, a aheritkne sinee, veqoested the women in this chapel ^ofytd'been imprisoned on ac. eonritef drankeoaeae, or crime committed jnndev the influence of liqer, to arise- There )we|||^out^iu^r 'present, and all but one stood, op. A Ormdem in an Eastern prison •'says that out tiitwenty men incarcerated iormnfder dnrmghis termof office, all htt • O0« eemmited the crime wbehin liquor. 6a- ly a, day *>t two ago recorded the faetof a son, transformed into a devil by ram, flacking his mother t# death, ^very day •«mlkr horrors are penetrated....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 January 1870

Ifcc 9*nni|n« f Bnrape. The list of recognized reigning Eu- ropean eovereigcs (in which are in- i hided tbe Pope.of R >cnef the Saltan of turkey, and the Emperor of Bra- zil) contains only thirty-seven in this year's almanac, Even in this list arei given the .names of such petty rnon arehs at the Duke of Anhalt, the Priooe Of. Schwartzburg Radolutadt, the Prince of Schanmbnrg Lippe, the Dnfce of Sax-Meimgen, the PrtMe of Waldeck, the Prince of the two lines of Room, the Prince of Monaco, whose dominion is a gambling establishment on the Mediterranean, and several others whose long names are not worth the teouble they coat to be sprlied and pot in type. Comparing this with a corresponding one in the Almanac for 1854, we''find that there is a loss of monarchs. the list of that year coataining forty-eight. Toscany, Par- ana, Modena. the Two Sciciliea, Spain, Nassau. Hanover, Hesse Hombourg, and several others, once important, are quietly dropped from the list, aud the gajnes and fam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 January 1870

i—i !• Commodore €harlea Morgan is on a New Orleans. The Picayune says he'will rapidly pnslf forward the construction of bis Texas Railroad. a Hon. John Dix Chief Justice of Nu* eces county iB dead. Judge Dix im- migrated ti> Texas in 1834. He had just been anointed, post-unaster at Corpus ChriAti. < -.' ' jv There has been toamocb prejudice ^against military appointees to office. We were bound to have officers, and therefore we should be charitable and sosfifin thbse who have, made faithful officers in the lawful discharge of theif, duties- ,. lU. ., ■■ < Will it not be a wonder if CongreBB should abolish the franking privilege ? ■ When it. shall be donevthen we may set it down as certain that A change for the better has commenced'in the administration of the government* . ..Tf •. 1-41"" 'I- ~ i y 0,for a postal telegraph J' Let the Government take hold of this matter and give the country relief from the. heavy expense drawn from them by men who have , ^reorty made their m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 January 1870

THE TELEGRAPH, i ■ — W.fi. WEBB, Proprietor. jST* mbwrflmn to any of ovImm trill sreitly hUc*asby letting usknow pronptly otaaf fcltare toMaafcetfcsiryMws, n it will kd uto tod out, aad eomct the eause. Houston, January 21,1870. The Corsicanna ,Observe will soon appear in a new dress. The influence: of England and Fiance have dissipated the prospect of a war between Turkey and Egypt. Those who are now trying to defeat reconstruction are engaged in the most serious error of their lives. The world has plenty of men who will only work in the lead, and this class, as a general role, are entirely unfit for leaders. Gen. Sherman has telegraphed his approval of Gen. Reynolds' order de- claring the result of the Texas elec- tion. '• — < ! «•> I > There is gnat need of reform in our jury system, and the legislature .should address i&elf to it with zeal ifri earnestness. , The 8hip Channel Company needB no puffing. It progresses modestly baft snrely. But the work will be Complete...

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