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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 January 1870

* Honwtwa, January rf870. Defalcation —anothee one—several more are reported; tj 1 1 . ^ ; ^jV Every -newepaper which takes the dispatches, needs an interpreter of mysteries, for oftentimes, editors have to gaess at what is meant. Oar jadgment most decidedly is that the Press dispatches are the greatest ham** bag of this age. Oh, for deliverance. The Texas Express makes no charge against editors for favors. It fally understands the valne of kindness to this class, and its reward for it is sure. Bat still we shonld not praise this •company if it did not deserve it. It does and we recommend it. We can look at a river bat cannot see what is' under the water. So it will be with the next Legislature. If all the influences, fair and unfair, used and Attempted to be used to carry measures; if all the motives which actuated; if the whole secret huftory could be written and pub lished, it would drive some men into disgrace. ' Did you read the Associate press dispatches }n yesterday's Tele- g...

Publication Title: Weekly Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 January 1870

"The telegraph. W. e. WEBB, Proprietor, IT Brtwrfbert tour of onriaraM will oUi«ii^ lectin^ uknow promptly ot war aiflure to reeeiT* their j pers, u it *ijlh«lpu*to find out, —doowoetthootwB. Letter from Grimes Comity. Berwick's Bay and Texas Railroad. Houston, January 27,1870. • ■ i is 1 ~ ; We hearbf'"bills which have been pressed through the Legislature with- out reading or publication; other8 whose " passage [hail been secured by liberal subsidies, and of still others which ate in preparation of a charac- ter that are well calculated to alarm all who ire interested in the credit and welfare of the State. Rings of the most formidable and audacious -character have been formed and have set to work with all their means and appliances, and by a fearful system of corruption and bribery, are preo pared to impoae'upon this State enor- mous liabilities, which will drive it to the alternatives of repudiation or bankruptcy. These things will have to be looked into and ventilated. If the Le...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 January 1870

g**u -jt t: rnitmih Houston, . January 25. 1S70. ' ■ • . .1 : ' • 1 h .•>* Jr. (:•• 1 H ~ • Men are very apt to select both hats and caps which fit them. There are some writers who mis- take vulgarity for wit> but their read- ers make the',distinction. : • f.t i'-.Thl' - * ■' •*■■- V . We, have not yet seen a unglear* goment in Ivvor of the polity of de° featittg reconstructing.' ;j ::v *i h \ vac i« >1 _ • ' c'; ^ 1 • Obscene1 allasioD 8 are unfit forne^s papers-Fathers and huabandswitl hesitate to scarry them info their fams iKes; ll> 7"^ " .,,u1 y- _siL—! '-hi, ■ ~ - The State Gteette is Apprehensive that the ladians'may dash into Aus- tin some night, .and kidnap oar Gov* TELEGRAPHIC. D. Webopenot, >eraor. 'filind' ^eader9 Ofthe blind Those who k>a^!'and follpw against recon* etraction. No night of Egypt ever had such blackness of darknees as their; saccess would make, so deep, \ indeed, that not one of them even .pretends to tell when or how it could .end. ' " ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 January 1870

, .Houston,. January 22, 1870. ^ 1 -'.W .!>••• y ' j ■■ J' Supreme Court.—From a dispatch Subtly ftrciehvd as by Mr. Master- son, published in this issue, it will be Been that the Supreme Coart has a 4nprnm Jw business, and will rake op the c&uees from thefhird *Jadicial District on Monday next, giving pre- ence to criminal cansee* - - The United States are destined to test the capacity of jail races, and co> era to compete with each other. Here is the hone of the world and the pos sibility of peoples of different races MmI colors, living together happily most be tried. In a few short years " we shaU bave incorporated into our popalation an element from all the raoea of the earth. Friends of Temperance.—Bro. Young is succeeding admirably ip his temperance movements* At Cle* bttrfie, onFriday, the 7th tost.; he organized a society with 130 mefi^ bers; at Weatherford, on Saturday atd Sunday, the 8th and 9th, organize ed wtA 180. nEembenrJOidl at Font IW05 Member*,. - ... . j...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 January 1870

Mi f , 9TATE BELIGIOEfS J' f ^ *""*■ ^i, miles wJJ^f Bwnlwm. the eneeer CWrman Baptist-Oharch was to the worship of a Fair field In Marshall daring JhrisHMs veek, a thwsand $ol|- ras-raised ior repairing the Epis- St. Barid's Episcopal Cb*rch, Aa - tin, is to be greatly enlarged and ina« proved, / We eopy the following from Dr. Gilbert's paper, the Central Jerirnal: It is with feelings of ^pride that we make kaoWn the fact that |Biahop Gregg, has seen fit to make the Ceo* tral Journal bis official organtfor East- ern Texas. Henceforth the Bishop will send his Pastoral Letters and all (rtber official matter intended for the people of Eastern Texas directly to the Journal, and hence its fntnre value will 'be great to the members of the Protestant Episcopal iChnrch throughout the section of the State our sheet aims to represent- The Lavaca Commercial tfeus no tices the minister hi corps -of the Queen City of'the Bay : Bev. Mr. Jope, rector of theEpis^ copal Ch«reh,«f wbom we have fire ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 January 1870

% A couuaxon ok thb Mississippi.— Last Satarday, a New Orleans ferry boat, having on board about 500 peo- ple collided daring a fog, with a dredge of that city. A few minutes of intense excitement followed*, bat fortunately neither of the boats Mink, andtfcftiuiMadiog-drcad j 3§ great calamity toapeej^y. j Sftoe^bjo/ water onjf tITre* of wfitfh w$fe~Sick ed op. citizens Hutchi Fair —The committee of (hich met last night in the House, reported favorably m<pt wd tCOtmng^Fair ia j^pricQltarai, !§■$« chanical and Blood-Stock Assoaiation of Texas. It has. now been definitely concluded to noli a^raod Sfe^to' Fajii; and the location fixed npon, is Mr. Macatee's wareheuse across the Bayou. > ... ■ j t r-* a • • , .?; s ■ ikiL OAD.--The Buffa- lo Bayou, Brazos, and Colorado Eail- road was soldyesterday to the highest bidder fot cash, and was knocked down to Messrs T. W. Pierce, John Seal#F Bailfett. and others, for the (Hup of $25,OQO. U} The sale was made bj' the trustees under a deed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 February 1870

easss* | 1 . :'•• -vh. •- ' it r: a is H n « ui i i. & > i 'k I—4 jV*.; ..' ■ -f"' *\\sT^Sft. -••j" . .•' . .•> -■ _•< Houston. January 2,180 7 The Galveston Civilian will herej after appear, as an Evening paper. Bittereisms, is;anew word invented ed by a Nashville editor. We were glad to meet Maj. A. H. Belo, of tie Galveston News, in the city yesterday: .' 924 immigrants arrived at GalVCB- ton from the 20th to the 31st of Jan- awy- -• ■ - ,/ Mr. Journey, who was injured by being run over by a street oar in Gal- veston, is reported convalescing. The provisional government- of Hayti has published a decree of out- lawry against Salnave. There are hetween 7000 and 8000 bales of cotton at the various land" ings on the Trinity awaiting trans- portation. ' The printing establishment of the Vaquero at St. Mary's is advertised for sale Mr. Beeman wishes the purv ehaeer to continue the paper in that ptUspfofoffityv ^ ' ^ ^ J _ Judge li. D. Evanspassedup yes- terday otitis way t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 February 1870

THE TELEGRAPH. W. fl. WEBB, Proprietor. jp^isMrtbsn Wiw wosrlm* «ni gmtlr *feUc«Mtr lectins MkMNr romptlr of anyfettan In unln ttmlT tt— m it will h«lj aa to find out, aaa-s^t^cf* -■■■■ ' -c. T*-rTT~! ! i 3 ■ ■ Houston, January 28,1870. «a*i—u— u — inltitudeof una. ism covers pi ' a -f ■ . !> 3S0C-' The Radicals lock upon the old Confederate^ >in their counsels and lead their cohorts or ad- w>^|«e , who d^ ^ now being "cletiiedintlHfcrightminds." ■ com* ft>,' ... WfriefcMj and sincerely commend the eatholie spirit which die Radicals Manifest toward all Confederates who tunj ^R&didtlg, bat wb shall rejoice if I commencing the survey THE DARIEId EXPEDITION. A number of years ago the United States Congress placed at the dispo- sal of the proper department of the Government, a contingent appropria- tion to make a survey of the Isthmus of Darien to ascertain if there was a practicable ronte for cutting a canal from ocean to ocean. The failure of previous efforts to make s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 February 1870

Houston, January 30 1870. The Railfoai,, Company of Boston hat fitted up a special faD^ral train to convey the remains of Mr. Pea- All th& cars atod the loeomo- tit#, "Qeofge Peabodj*^' are tastefa lly dfapedin mntfrniog. A commonicatioii has been for- warded to as from New York sugges ting a Convention in Cincinnati dar- ing the year 1370, to devise some means for reforming prison manage* ■lent and discipline in the United States. We regret the mistake made in last Sunday's issue as to the name Lillian H&rdcastle, at the head of the piece of poetry in that issue. It should have been Henrietta S. Hardcastle, and the error was in the printer and proof reader. •'If you want our Journal for 1870, you can obtain it by publishing the inclosed notice of it, and sending us a marked copy of your paper." Thank you, we don't want it upon such terms. If an exchange will not obtain it, please keep it at home. • -} ; _—fct—'A<>i ' 11 Democratic support of reconstruc- tion has come ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 February 1870

the telegraph. W. fc WEBB, Proprietor. 0T NfiMrfMn tojuv of our issues wiH neatly sbttg' t M)m uak?«w promptly ol any failure #ieeeb tbeir papers, as h will help iu to find out, and ooraset the cause. * Houston, February 3, 1870. 3 ■ TEXAS FABniHG W?5 ' A fK .. ■ <> ■£ . log the efop and very important to the plant- ers. By the 1st of February the farmer •MU&'lifttci hie fences repaired, bis taaa& engaged, his teams in hand and hia land divided off for the different .. Parties from the worn out land of , older. -States can hardly realize, the fall productiveness of our soil, and >'ttea profit of Texas Farming. As an il lustration, we publish the result of Iteming in the Mill Creek neighbor* hood in Washington county, last year We condense from theBrenham Ban* ner: S. D.Garuther cultivated 50 acres, with 12* mteds and made 40 bales of cotton and.400 bushels corn, W. T. Crenshaw, ! hands, 65 acres, 200 bushete pf corn and 16 bales cotton l)f. Durham, 2 hands, 25 acres...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 February 1870

The Genius and Character of Father Hxacinthe.—Father Hya- cinthe ia in every sense, and to the fullest meaning of the word, an ora«* tor. He Is not a great thinker—some- times hardly logical even in the set quence of his thought, and far from lemarkable for any power of wide generalization. Much of his power lies In that subtle, curious influence men oall animal magnitism. In the graoes of eloention : he i8 an adept, and more at home with them tban with the flowers ot rhetoric. The construction of his thought, if the phrase may be allowed, is graceful, but with.a shade more of fancy about it than is penally fonnd in men of his depth and power. For while is not a great thinke.r, he is more than a man of fine and fervid imagination skilled in the tricks of voice and manner that make oratory powerful with the masses. There is something for every man to learn from the lips of the great priest. Every now and then a sen tence, clear cut as crystal, and hold- ing in its crypt the thought t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 February 1870

1870. J&T "1A-; " -f __ vi N Owing tofche broken winter in the aj North, b.ut a limited supply of ice has Soon nnt an. > It is thouakt rdfriceraw ft American J "it "Import that the at" Rbme io^pose pera^Mlf^alibility poises those Bish ultra-montane, in eir-s- ■?*: Fork,C4k?lipse; has ttabd $*wt?n Jthe- ^bit^f getting 4nakj>nd^ftiMfn g her clothes for liquor, one day lately procured a pair :?>#• v -of handcuff} and put them on him while he was drunk. He escaped to the street and found his way to the lockup. ' i *A ! U Franking.—The bill abolishing the frankiDg priviledge has passed the House ot Representatives with com- mendable promptness, and by Jt.li© decisive tote of 174 to 14. A dis- patch, however, throws a damper •pon the prospects of the bill by an aouuoing that it cannot pass the Senate. We shall see. Some lads in Woodstock, Ga.vin sport, during Christmas week, filled a pipe nearly fnll of powder, putting a little tobacco on top, and gave it to pk young man name...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 February 1870

BHBsai mm v JOT • f* Of all the declarations of love, the most admirable one was that which a young genttanaa maie to a young lady who asked him to show her the one he loved, when he immediately presented her a mirror. . A Ytakae editor says: "The march of emlwafioi*is onward, onward, fik&the slow hat intrepidtread of a jackass toward a peck A Wester^ paper describes the manner of love-making, practiced by same of its reads era, as follows: "The young people who were seen feeing each othef, d^vefashion, over a gate post, the other night, had better be a little more caatious in the future."" A priest asked a tipsy fellow leaning against a fence, where he -expected to go when 'he died." If I can't_get along any better thaa bow," said the fellow, "I shant go nowhere." Lenny ybu'r4a:pig, S#aa|s4# do you know what a pig k Lenny? Tes sir, a pig is hog's little boy. An urchin of six-or seven years went into barber shop in fiaoioe, Wisconsin, and ordered the barber to <eut his hair a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 February 1870

;;ihX&rAs'ivss< • i m Houston February 1; 1870. I* Mrs. Elizabeth Ca&y Stanton «, ajw through female-suffrage, the Demo- crat# will make it a party measure andf thus secure the honor of its actt'ie Yemeni. ck—The celebrated q&imy ■ ■ ■ Court in as charged, to swindle an insurance company|^ty:; «t tbe amount of policy on the life of a man still living, but who bad been proven to be dead. vtH&c& in one year spent wiore of the people's money by twen- ty ^eight- millions ef fjjf th||uwqe spent the year beforethey came into power, and yet one of the fleetest hobby borses tbey rode was named J^Ublie Js&onomy. > We.need not flatter ourselves tbat we ahaflharve two railroads toand from Houston Gcleana, We~*b ll be fortanate if ope of tfie rival com- panies, which now proposes to accom- plish the work, succeed^ in making the eonnection between the two cities within ihe'iih) two ycaHi. h- '* ' ? Thickly honored—J. Q? Trsfgr ajnd J. P. Kewcomb, editors of the offi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 February 1870

fc:SSK iem :-vi3 Houston, PUBLIC PRINTER V.-NO.40. The Uaiefi - expects to print the Journals of the Legislature.— Hons** ton Union. v $ This mast hare meant that the pro prietors of the Union would seek the public printing, but it happens that neither one of them is eligible to the office of .public- printer. Mr* Tracey is postmaster- here, and ifr. Quick has been appointed postmaster at Brownsville and thej? would j^ve tp give up their offices to. takft the office of Public Printer. '"?<* N' The Public Printer is a bonded offi- cer and najiBfc.(be elected upon joint ballot of thfrsttw* Houses. SeeCh: 113, of Laws of 1866. The law prjp^crikes ^actly ,^ow much printing shall be done and fixes the price: - But under Sections 9 and 42 of the General Provisions of the new Constitution, no od£ who holds a Federal office can at the same time hold a State offioej and aa if taplaoe a check npoA the matter, the account- ing officer^ ^re pro^Wtad/frdih drawl- ing or payjffl peMon;,jftyr s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 February 1870

THFJ5WEQRAPM, vW. G.WEBB, Proprietor. $3T SubMdbtn to*ar of <n* lamas will greatly oblice m by Wf** «#*now r«mp*l* o( any iflw to woetw h^lf m to findout, • ^oorrectth,^ ., ■ , ' - e!lC9a|i)i". > *i . >>."•« - Honstoa February 4., 1870. —'ti ' ui' iniM teiii.., i 'i , At least half * dozen aspirants for Senatorial honors will be disapr pointed. eHi?I-$8 ;b *<># ;« ;T- ".'i. .'H1 , T m Flake's Bulletin predicts that the printing bill of our approaching Leg- islature ^111 exceed $135,000. ? The New Tork Telegram pronounces George Francis a: lightning Train. Yery fasts* .<•' - r i!, w > '««■ ! Mr. W. R. Chase, editor of the Wa« co Register, honored1 our sanctnm •with a friendly visit last night. Glad to see him. We* trust his sojourn will, be both pleasant?*nd profitable. >■'' Envy always is attended by malice, and it is ofttin difiicnlfc todiatingnish between ^ejiW^V^ot while the first includes thej t*v.# j il may hate another without enVying him. i.i ;—- ■ ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 February 1870

m rftFr * y. 0r 1870. ^el®«raph. ci* onasacr.) ?e r, S16t tor six month? i, Hil 50. i | aiuyv periyear; $4 oO for ui Weekly, per year. §3, Single copies, 10 cents. J, C,1 CHEW, Corresponding Editor. TBIO. City Acrat RELIGIOUS NEWS NOTES. < The three riiosfc elegant church edi* ficea in process of erection in the Uni- ted State* ar^ the Catholic Gathedrals ioNew York, Brooklyn andRoxbnry. The first ia of marble, the sefendof a dark gneiss rock, and the last of Boxlwry1 pttddinj? stone. It ia com- puted that the latter bailding will cost $5,0000,000. . , The Presbyterians are making an effort tR raise $500,000 for tl^ Unfitt Theological Seminary. Two genUe- men have already given $50,000 each. ■A monument ia soon to be erected' •*' ^>* |" 'f Rev. Dr. Scott will retarn to San Frftntisco as pastor of the First Pres- "byteriiuiVlQtwrch. rtc* « j 'e,' '{' T hesecularpapers publish repbrfa of a great many conventions ofdjf-, ferent Cheches. AH the MethodiW Presiding Elders in New Eng...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 February 1870

4 * THE TELEGRAPH. W. G. WEBB, Proprietor. jy Subscribers to any of our Issues will greatly offlrir "* *T letting as know promptly ol any failure to receive their papers, ai it will help as to find oat, ! the cause. J64 1870 See the adver Loewen stein & Cook and nurses. of Messrs, calling for a Oar venerable friend Gail Sodden , 8r., first Collector of Customs in Gal- veston, and one of the founders of f•<;/$ml0jffo*t6tqxs^tjcflkaph, arrived in *.:. '0mMSNE'Ms&• He 58 :8lappiQg j^ihe Hatehins House. ■■ , -- f }ight.-A beautiful pair of Brazilian Pebbles enables us to .. ,ro§d even dim print distinctly. They ifufi procored from Professor Rosen stbaus, formerly of St. Petersburg, Bussia, and recently from Stuttgart, Germany. He is stopping for j a few r.H dayaafcthei Hntchina Hotisef and lias en hand a largeassortment of im ' Jirbved periscopic spectaoles. Those who from age or any other cfcse are compelled to os6 artificial aids to im~ ' * ' prove their vision) will find i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 February 1870

Houston, Februaajr 5. 1870# Members of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellofes have been passing down to Galveston for several days, and tbere will be a large attendance. The Republican consultation at Anstin, called by Mr. Tracy for the :5th inst, Was postponed to a later period. It. i« expected that M. W. Grand -Sire Farnswontb will visit Hoaston the last of tbis week, and that there will, be a pleasant re oaten of Odd fFelloes upon the occasion. How many white men ase there in Texas Who were borne ov. 'her soil in 1823 and 1825 f There are so few that we would like to publish their names. ...• ^ NearBayon Sara, while Capt. Jenks was ridiogin i boggy by (jbe &de of Mrs, iBr, Mary Walker, they we*e halted by highway robbers, and . the baggy robbed of its valuables, and the parties of about one hundred and rflfty dollars. The State of Texas has entered rsait against George Peabody, for the recovery -of certain U. 8. bonds, ir- regularly transferred to i£tu Peaibo- •dy's poesesHop. Jodge...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 February 1870

J'TI C Houston February 5- 1870. A small vacant lot od the Avbnfre* Austin sold sold recently tor gold. OIJB NfiXX LEGI8LATUBE. $&o|>aye« often lately adverted to th&impgigaiioe Of tbe coming session tSf^be legislature. We have never Letter troni Crockett. g Another Continental thoroughfare misspoken of ioSouth America. "Peru pvojecteda Railroad from Lima a«7ff Ji cr ® *b*Aodee to ,th^ bead I widths .xcrW !>®f $e Amazo*. j ^ The House of Representatives of :iut- j- , k r, Louisiana voted nearly unanimously for the impeachment of Auditor Wick- liffe., The falien official, found in that body none so poor as do him rev- erence.. Crockett, Jan. 29,1870. To the Editor of the Telegraph, I find the people of this county up .had a wore important assemblage in I and doing, hard at work preparing Texas of the people's representatives. [f®r ne^ season's crop. 1 am informed ' t«.j. • -Jui t. .... that there will be fullv 25 per cent It is as inevitable as fate that„this t , , . , ...

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