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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 21 June 1870

<1 i 1 1 n KSTAItMSH\]\i HOUSTON, TEXAS, 1 IJKSDAN JllNK 581, 1870. VOL. XXXVI M TEXAg, Inrormatioa Tor Immigrants. piionUntlir receiving letter. f i„,...._ ••■riilu* '(•" ; IU Mill.oliuiti,. |iriHloetl<'u« tkl ufllV ill tHIl'l, anil llthul HIlhirrlH um.n ■ lilV.L . . «>„* «U.. tl.M.k 01 cluu.tuK "d,"i r,M propi.** t|*^, « -HtUfU-.tOin* UOM.U.U, l„ l"o «t ^0? <J |H D4I8A1 • AURA. In,° «' ■ ««. nom- inlii'M u leroiory in mniitro inlInn, nnj II i„ rfllnl l«i tll t the letrlUtky not ho laiij ul] iUAtUdM 4mv, hm lilt re mile* mure, mnkln, toUlolffiS *iii re iiiIIhh. Iii nor deMriiitiou we onattiib n'ur aelfes In the ljortlan InclU'lwl iu ttin oreaulred ci)UiulHN ul , -1, , Other |s rl Iiimh may ulUihhIh . y become mluithle for Ml i Ufini mill UK rlt'u I 111 ru I wealth, lint Ht prurient the CoiiUurheH and oilier u.mutilic trlbee U4e thin territory (ur their hunt In* ttrimiiilK* division. t«i n l uaturally divided Into two irenttral jivih Ahoiu one fourth Of lt area ih uXteU ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 21 June 1870

Houston. Hum 1870 V«PB NIMUVr. la the solar system tb*r ore two foroes. The centripetal, by which the planets toad to tell lato the sun, end the oentrifagal, by which they teed to move la i straight line at a tan- gent to the greet central orb. These two forces exactly balanoe.and oease those great balls, of which the earth is one, to porsae carved paths around that center of prodigious attraction, the saa, without danger to it or Jeop- ardy to themselves. Bo in the political world, there are two principles. First, the aristocratic, federal idee, by which the few, wonld rale the many. Second,'the demo oratic. which is opposed In an excess of pewer in the governmental centre, and wonld reserve to the people snch form* as will protect them against either the encroachments or the abuse of the governing power. These two principles are as old and will last as long as human society, nor is history anything else than an amplified record of the straggles of both for that complete ascendency...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 23 June 1870

EVENING TELEGKAPH. ! I 1 i ESTABLISHED 1834- TulXAS. information for Immigrant*. no t*ntlr «*•' '"€ Irttern ol luqnlry .^ruttur iwmi Ui ioli,ajlntUi. proUnctlouM tha SSTSt ! ■'■ r", ujou ruioh wr- £ .lioUiluk of rtaauicliiK tli. lr honiM il^lrolu- St,oil. * pn|l'«'w UMWi-rlnit llww taqKrl!*. g *tl*,*Ct0r"* *M too AI our AURA. The porltou of Tmm lata oft Into eouutlu com- U rrltonr of !%,*«! Miaam ml lew, and It iu SlniRt^1 lhRl mL n*li2r,r n°Lt MO Innludwt fwi win*™ m, ,,njtotal of t«8,M4 Jure 111 Vi ^^f'wtioo we uouUuo our *\ieH to t| ® Sirfi' I ith **1..,n OWWlMll atoll##thf % t ^ f Mortloun may ulllnmto- J t*con™ T luabl^ M,d uKrlcalturul Llth. but prvMwttt the UuuinnclieH *u«l othfr j, dic trilhmi uho thin territory for th«tr limiting jrottudu. DIVISION. Ti *a« naturally divided tato two general di?la> m,. About oo« fourth of tt* armt ih Included In ih aallfd the "Hut r««iou, a tier of vuuotlea JL, or iwur dcs p border!iig upon the Gulf of irtlco- Aft**r P*NNiutf °ver IUIh li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 23 June 1870

THE W. H. WEBB, Pr«prlet«r. mr li>wl>w toaar wtil lackf WiUac ukM«M|%« wrMIn* , MrtX k< for tbe .TelkubaPII, and ia authorised to eoatract tor aubaerip- tlona tad adnrtlMUNli, aud to rw wlpt for moufi di* iliii flea. 3t Groat tears In eatortafeed tor tho wfMjr &t~W. Llflugatou, tbe African explorer. Houston, Jane £8.1STO. See (he adrertlesnaent of 200 bogs wanted. « The Senate rtnufta to abolUh the franking privilege. See by adTertlaeaent that the aaie ot ear wbeela baa been foKpoMd to the 29th mat. The colored people of Texaaaboald know the reoovda of the men who now expect to ride into olloe upon their votes-~4bey ahoald know what tboae men have aaid (of tbeat b*eto- fore, and good dthmoa should take oare to inform tbe . On Tnea|nr lasfc an attempt waa made by ooma diaaflWitad member* of the State geaatt to break tbe quorum, 'it failed. WfHajr* before stated that we regard aw&ftfiii Qpon the part ol the minority aa undignlflod, revolu- tionary and wjfrehenslble. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 24 June 1870

EVENING TELEGRAPH. ESTABLISHED 18&4* HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JUNE 24, 1870 VOL.XXXVI. NO. 74 TuiXAS. informal ion for Immigrants. „ ,.r comtantlir rMtilTlnir letter* of loqulry Tel". IU solUIUnata. priHfuctluuH. tliu !°ort'T I.nij, anil «tb r kuIi|wh« upou which p«r- /**i|,0 think oi cli u«loi{ tliolr iiiimua dralro la- "ZaWD. VV« propone .imwerln* tliow tuqulrlen ^jjraoiorllr an possible In liir supow1' aura. IV apace at our nortlon of Tliu lalil oil Into counties com- j-atarrltonr of 1%,W squaie miles, anil It Is l^.L] that I be territory not so lalJ off lucluiias '^iiiare miles more, making a total of «iw,(i«4 raiie*. lu ",ur description we nouflne our- u" to the portion Included In the organized nf th« state. Other porf orm portions piay ultimate- valuable '°r mineral and agricultural Lith bat at present tho Ooraanohes and other rsaitb, iomw.li ,uodB- tribes use this territory for their buntlav DIVISION. T.iii If naturally divided Into two general dlrls- . About one-lourth o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 24 June 1870

m M: w WW6BF- mMm, m The Telegraph- J. c. CHEW, OMTtupiiilHiK Editor. OB. A. A. MoBETUl. UklTMtos Aarat. aw. I. rAEES, Travallt* A«Mt. a. A. MtUfO*. to «o .-ajisratt Tn-WMkiy, fV pi ,6| tat fix Bortto, Mi kr; 9*60 tan *m WMkl;, p«r Houston. June 84. 1870* Col. J8. 0. Bubley will make a Mn m for the Telegraph, mm! is gnttinrtf1* to contract tor snbecrip- ^ nd advertisement*, and to rcc dipt for money* due thU office. 3t ■«W *• EXTBACT TBS CAL ITINO. BABI. Tbe ignoble deed la done, the mili- tary bill has passed. HadicaU flatter themselves that they have triumphed and only Radicals obuokle over it. Fifteen men Wi made one man a dictator over Texaa, but of theae flfr teen, aome have voted for it with fear and trembling, p struggle between parly pride and a aenae of doty. For theae we have pity, bnt we are now reluctantly forced to the conclusion, that onr Anatln correspondent was right In declaring that a Cabal of five men controlled tbo Radical pro* gramme. We have their names and in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 25 June 1870

n 1\ ]) Mi KSTAItLISutiti 1834 HOUSTON. TEXAS, SATURDAY. JUNE 93, l 7 . VOL.XXXVI. NO. 15 TiiiXAH, Information br Immigrants. We rare eoo.tanUir rwelrlag letter* ol luaulr, noncerutuif ! •* . it. Mill, allmtte. production*, tbe ■rioo •>' 'Vf*1' ?uj, ?ir,"ubir-1." ■• '«•! nt- who tblnk ut eU mrla(t tlielr boiire. dealre In' furiu* t loo. *V« prop-we KoawnriuK I Jur,, luqnirlM u, niintbctorlly tin poihIIiIu lu ilie . |iac„ hi oar dUpo l. AKJtA, The portion of T*IM laid on Into eonntlM eom- prlHOM a l"r,rlt.°.7 ™.** Minim mile*. nuJ II i. Mtliuated tbat tbe territory not no laid ok tuclude. 7«,'jnl iqu r« inlleii uiure, making a UiUI ol UCH.UJt uu.ie uille.. In oar deaorlpilou wo onuhuo our- Mlv" u' .l!vf, K?r!' < t00'ua«Kl lu the or*aulze<l founlle" ol lh1Other i.ortiorm may ultimate- ir become raluable lor uilueral anil agricultural wealth, lint at preKent 111o CniuanrtieH anil other nouiivlic trllHUnw thla territory for tbelr hunting grouuile. DIVISION. Texa. la naturally d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 25 June 1870

Houston. Juno 85. P'P 1 m ' The Legislature of Messei la la hwt of udmIbi the Mor* Pelted Will Gov. Davie Mil oat tbe mili- tie Mil year to prfvaot (be colored people fiom* celebrating the anniver- sary of (belr freedom f : • People of TetM, your enemies In- tend to do. you harm. DlMppoint them. OIt® (bean no reMon to ride joa down with white or "btak dra> goon*." Bo m harmless m dovM, m wise m serpents. Wo tbink we no the men whoee um i* connected with a book celled Toxm Digest, In some of the articles of (be Jourael. - Will they pi for legal arguments even among Red- icals! •N C'biNv ■.RWWKM a > l.«w- Col. Haynes in e letter to the State Ouotte etatM tbet C. B. Bell told bin tbet Jbe end Helm bed killed thirty tone men. And It I* Mid (bet the Governor ao sdmires tbia Bell, tbat be ie to be mede bla Adjutant General and Obiefof Police. It not only reine—it pours. , BedlMl pipore seem to see a « etocked" Grand Jnry in every sacli body that finds an indictment against their sor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 27 June 1870

r TELEGRAPH. KSIAI{IJSHKI> IHH4 T-tiXAS. lutoi in ii«ii for Immigrants. •""•h"!.1? "SPittS. «!. HOUSTON, TKXAS, MONDAY. JUNE 37, 1*70. VOL.XXXVI. NC>. 76 oarluiunicm, the nm } *•* •« . l>r*?nU mltljrfttM! Ui« li*t * ?Uv " • EESiiShi'uTL^uZT iXZvu.rXft'I immlitrat III. m tile ■telitflitriii ■ik".1, '"**l ««ut>le ".roln/i'"1*"; "J, ro,"'«<itl<'ue.,t,U "V "1 -0.1. a"1' other KUbJwjt. upon which u.r. I avrlcultural oon.fiJ""" °<> of «hn linnet m*M h .. K, u- r*muu>ut lkU'l< anil other imhjtwu ii,.<ln which iu,r. agricultural ooButrle.onthe-n.hi" "Si* of. <>Miorll, -Mo-.lbl.lu tf!e -P.r. at 0U, | •«£•>* . I&..£u things cau be profiUblv untdn^li* P*?111 m*uV wlln r o. r, rw,ul1 J-.'" AKBA. ii!rt °" 'ut<> "ountlea eom- ^.Crrttonr of IM.MM ~ «"• l lha emit "Jr'TA/"?," "£l?«J'h*ttl{" territory uot «„ l.ul oir include. " wh m". ~l '" ■orU'«"> portion ISlb^Muu •" WU"" ""Imh ™ klii«* total or Lny"i?y r"IUK"' "• « pleaae, but ttu, planter—1T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 27 June 1870

m ■ Houston. Jane 26, 1870 =5? Iaoar weekly. w* five oar mImm of ntfii alitor the low prieo of $3 JMm. H. D. Jobiimm gives a* on othor of bar beautiful pieces to .day This lady hoc trae poetic gealos and only aeeda to cultivate bar power* to become distingaisiftr it poetess. Lot ber do this, and Taaaa may be proad to olaiai (wo of the sweetest sisters of soag of tho nineteenth cen« larj. Did jroa over notice tbe fact tbat men who change tbeir politic* abowa mora seal and bitterness than thoae who bare never dona sot Tbta truth fa now being exemplified in tWas. Bat, M ia aaarly always the cafe, theae man have not the respect or confl- donee of the very party tliey are at" tempting to lead. ,->i -- " Often men will go to tbe very brink of dectrnction, and ponaing upon it. will torn back and save themselves. Upon thia brink the Kodicals of Tex- aa now stand, but they have not wis- dom enough to tarn back, and blind aabata in daylight, they will make tho jump to their political ruin ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 28 June 1870

TELEGRAPH. EKTAIIMNHEI) ih;M- HOUSTON, TEXA8. TUESDAY. JUNE *H, I87« TriXAS, Informal iou for Immigrant*. W.'an cou.Uotir nmtl.lnc letter. ol inqttlr, oonrarnliur fmaa. It. mil, ellutaU. production*, tba prion ol land, aud otkfr kuIijbcu u|h>u whlcb twr- M>IIH who tlilnk of r.hKuulu* thxlr boot*. dwur«1n formation. W« proiHiw KD** rlnit ttiww lu.iulrUu aa MlUfutarllir aa po«Hlbl« In the n.ao« at oar dlipaMl. ahba. The portion ol Tnu laid oil Into cnuntlM com- prim a Urritur, of IWJ.J-W Miua>« mlloi, and It U wtluiatal tbat Um territory got no laid tiff iiMlud.. 71,Ml HUH onion uioru, nikltlutf * total ol WK.triM aquaru mil". In our duacrlutluu w« souliue our iioIvuh to tb# nortlou lucludod In tb« urranlud cnunllmt ol tbi ritutn. Otbar portion. may ultlinat.- l|f twoouia valuablu for uiluHiiil and agricultural waaltb, bat *t prtuMut the Oniuanr lit-H auti other nomadio trllwa umi thin territory lor their huntluu frouuds. DIVUION. Taia.1. naturally Ulvtd*l Into two gwwral dl ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 28 June 1870

1870. ll Houston. Joa* 28. Senator Bo wars dmindad of each Biimton Id oar L>|Mitan>, the other H y, to answer if there tu crime end Uwleeaoem in hie DMtriet. Not ono answered. We move that every Seen Ktor end BeyreMotttlre be required to make i report to hit Hooie m to hie own DMriet, end that the report bo made under the oath. That is the way to teet the sincerity of tlio men, who so fear their oonetittfenU that they charge Neweomb, of "black dragoon'* memory. to bolster op their ainking party by a partisan report, alkndering • State aa orderly aa any in the Union. The Amtin reporter to the New* Time* In hia diapatcli 'to thoa«> papers, ebarged Senator Parsons with having in bla laat speech opon the hideous militia bill called the people of Texaa, morderera, assassins and desperadoes. This the Senator denies, add being from onr district, in justice to him, toe repeat bis denial Tba Senator la also reported to haw aaid that with that charge againat him he would be afraid to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 30 June 1870

EVENING fcSTAIlLISHEl) 18K4- 1 HOUSTON, TEXAS, TIIITRHOAV. JUNE 80, 87# TuiXAS. Information for Immigrants* ■r.Mrx eooatantlv lettani of looulr, *'.lun Vagaa. tuaull.eliiaau. iinklBcUutu, lb* *?ioi Itu'l. <1 olh«r KUtiJjwU ugou which gar '' iauUiiakof changlu* Uiulr lioiuaa £iun in ^"„u. «o« rlu.i lb,*, luguirlaa * |H>Mlbl« Is Ilia igac« al oar AltKA. portion ot Tmi latj o# into eouotlaa cam- inrvltoi-y of l%,* wmate QillM, aad It la 'TLloJ !" ' "i" tBn llorl' laltl"? luoluilaa iSTnuara iu"« >or . makiug a total ol MH,W« ';.™ uiliw- 'u V.or af*°?'lKufu *• wmttue our- to tha (lortlou lucluJod lu tl u orguulxwl ,!u« 'il H* 1UU. Uttwr portiou* mar ultlmata- ' tocuui" falaabla lor mluaral and agrieultaral iJi but at pranaat tils OouantUea aud other ""Siaic trllwaua# Uila tarntory lor lUoIr liuullug ,ro«i l - DIVISION. - . uiu uuaturally Ulrtilail lata two gaoeral dltli J. About ona fourth of It, ana la lueludad ft I. eallwl tlia ooaat ration, a tier of conutlaa or ("or tionlurl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 30 June 1870

m "g w.ikjr i f. M • •. ♦ 1 f f At; %*■ ;■ pill imUr TNI Mrs. * ,«pirc# knxT * *nw *o r*tk patmot of ««' '* Am I IP* mm *9l BoMton, June 80. Ic70. vocate front /IH** *kv*a# hundred MM «M premised are Hied -• A MV&F M *** Anthony—aee the 8tnte Journal,.,,, warfburn | over the i rced, fill r#. u JlL 1 '1 conpHjr. papers fe|olcii^{ at-the JnWwKW** WH IpJ hSfa. meaenree, without fool- r (Ml Bute haa auoh legislated i>.ione m far for themselves ~ tfeep In power, aud io tills end the Bio ftrande Ml _ Tltf « wa*vlilo with, the deinfla ol Tfie Pioneer nays that la Filli eoan- ty i few di/iiinw, i Nnlcu woaian gave birth to three children. The young lad lee of Merlin are *cUais( fee a cat* ri to tie given in arlin to morrow night. <i< IHKI i itftrte badt ko**btMt Dt.mmiWi esetheiropeeeedenU ed powers Contorted npon by a Radi- aa/Welr Idok it the' pjj be appointed an the tepttljUcan leaden meet in tm§L m, m daa*r that threatens J&elf State, and agree to apite without regard t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 2 July 1870

EVENING TELEGRAPH. kstaklisiikm is;u- HOUSTON, TEXAN. SATURDAY. JULY S, 1870. tulxas, Informal iou lor ImuilKraiits. vvauio rooiit!iutl mumiu* i.Iter. of in,,mr\ coiM-oruinn Teaae, 't* ««ll. clliuttti), imimiui'tloiim, the 0ri,.«*ot Ihii'I. mul oilier *ul }eh« whirl. ,,hr mion wl « tlilnk oi cfihutin^ iheir huniHN (tt'mtr** in- (onn*t'ou- w* propone ailwhei luk llieeo iu<|lll|lfM s m tlK( oloi'tly km IMkNftitilH iii lllti mpeck ml t Ul' akk a, The portion ot Texan lu Id olt into count Ins cum uf|g«*ii a lerlitory ot l%.1ntl equate lullt-h, ami ii Ih eatimeied thai I lie territory uul m ianl «>li (of.ltulus 72 in1, equate wilee more, making a toiul 01 square uilies. lit our deacripiiou vvm miutiuo uui Helve* to llie portion iuelutU><i* iu ihe orgaultetl eouullesol tb« Htate. Oilier pmttouN may ultimate- ly become vaiuabto lor mineral unit agricultural wealth. I nt til present llut Uuiii-.hh hun aud oilier uouiadic trilweuse thin teiritory iui tlu«ii imiiiiUK ground*. divi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 2 July 1870

tlf r ife - '?:lilfmv 1"' I " ,r' ]t ■' ' I' I |S •■■';' i|i|9 ml r in ill Houston July 2 .1870 How BU,' of am KmIImI Kepre wHIItm will go b«ek to Austin two years fro® this time? Eebo answer* —Bow amy t Oar Dob at Austin is the Lira ten* Ml Governor of Texes, end yet Ira rotw at a Senator opon every que* tion, wboa the constitution provides that be shall only vota when in Com- mittM of tho Wbolo, end when there it a tie. tbey Perl it McDonald, o a largo Male, and are jaat the men for It, and will their Paekery of great benefit to the State. Tea thoaaend beeves were flailed for a few day* ego, end now they with 5,000 bogs. So tend along yoar hog* and cattle end get the hard See both advertisements. We take pleasure la'eelliog atten- tion to the advertisement of the Mo- bile Weekly Beginter. It* Editorial Chief end Steff are among tbe moet talented end successful editor* ip the United State*, end tbe Register al- ready hae oe iinnonw circulation. Tbe Weekly in a moat excellent pa- pe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 6 July 1870

ESTABLISHED 1834. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY! 6, 1870. NO, TiiiXAB, llfHWRllou i«r Immigrants Wa'are cooataatlr receivta* letter. of lo.um oaaoctBlail f.*a , IU (nil. clliuate. uroJurtlins, tlw nru'o of land, anil other mlbjeom upoll *litr.il tiar- goon %botklak< l «k*a#lBR llielr liomea <lenlre lu teruiaLlu". wt>pru|H>w «n««Miiu: Ihrne luquirleH aa williiiVitorlly a* pe.«IWe In the npace *i uur "*** AKKA. The portion of Texa. laid oil Into cnnutle. com- arlMH territory ol UH.Wn wiuaie inliea.aiKi It In Wlloittwl tti.t the territory not no tal.l off lueluiliw aauare ml leu more, waking. mUl ol ilM,ii><4 HUM nil leu- lu our dencrlpuuu we uonBue our Mlvo« t0 thB P°rt,0D Inetndeil lu the oraamuid ooanUaaol tlm State. Otiier portions may iiltlmale- i. become .aluable lor ioluur.1 kuiI agricultural wealth, Imt ' tlie Uomaaclie. and other oouiiuUo tribes uae thi« leinlory mr their tiuutlu* •*"" DIVISION. Twu l« naturally divided Into two general dlrli- tone. About o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 6 July 1870

Hon*ton J ly 0* J'870. A public ollicot shonld never ask uueoastiintlonal povat, and tiiea whoa Um (Wfulftr Isdifieaiioti in over whelming, declare, (.list he iiwm m pacta to ase liwiu. He should si ways •veld (be verj appearance of evil rZr Poor Cabs I Wfiile the Cuban* are bfitrh«rtng'the Sptfnfsffia HWff thi Spaniard* em chanting the Cnbans, and all partita Id torn are killing the Americana who happen to be in the unfortunate itland,it# miserable in- habitanta are now suffering treat •Yellow Fever, Asiatic cholera, end smell poa. Peer Caba! Let the people look at the Radical leaders in Texas, nod Judge how atiort«1lved mnat be any party led by aneli men. Their very eflorta to leg lalate themfelvea Into a long period of power em the sharpening of the awards. wWh which they will commit avi.v 4ih. INV*. On this day in the year 1770, oar forefathers adopted and promalgateri, t be Declaration of Independence, which bae become immortal and U the w.nlcliword of liberty for nil na- • ion...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 7 July 1870

TELEGRAPH. ESTABLISH KD 1834. HOUSTON, TEXAS, THUUMDAY, JULY 7, 18711. TeJXAS, lufoimaiioH for Immigrant*. W«'are ooontaotlr rm-lvlnit l„lUr u| luqulr, aoiirtroln* "Mm*!"'. productions, tin, rj£,„l laud, , •« lb r uUK-.'u wuuu ftUirli v r Sun* wl"> ''"'P.*1" taUM«liW thalr Louie. Jrtiiix m hnaatSHi. • i*u o«i MMoriitiK lliviw tmulrlw ii iitu'tldfllv m pwitbln iii icu mfim'll hi uu1 ".'■Pr .*r A. Tl t TwtH laid ofl Into eouutlmi eoui- nrtMtfi territory ol twj.wy aquaie ml lea, him! Ills Initiated that life territory nut ho uiu oil Include* *nar« uil leu more, nmktii* lot at of M,m fldoar* wUwt In oar dvMrlytlvu wn uuuiiuu our «*|vt to tu portion tucl tided In the omul ted ooantlM of th Mat*. other portlone tuny ultliaate- lv bNODM aiaaW for imueral ttuU nurlcniliiml weal til, hut at preneut Hie OouiauuLfN mud other A nomadic tribe* uee till* territory lor tholr limiting DIVISION. TMKliuttnnllr divided Into two «en ral Olrla- lana. About ou.-fuorUi or Its are. m iucludnd Id ■bit la...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 7 July 1870

'I I .y THE TELEGRAPH. tviv mtrm*ti*i««i RAII. W. U. WKBM, Pro rte1«r. ~rr i tow* Hlwlni v <MH — *f «««— —>—«H■■ «'*- • mat*. UMlt VMM. u n will Wt li> IMnat, BTountnn, Jnly 7 1870. Mm (Iw valuable property oITwhJ for aale by Mnnara. P. B. Uubltoek 6t Mi 8m the Dow advertisement «f A- 8. Fos, to flad cheap prices, Mid wm all bit hrj|« Block of dresa good* at eost. The tubjeet of minority repretenU tion la Wng freely disenesed in the Nor III. Id the Booth the problem of reeonatrontioa to atlll anaolv« d. If In deed to not tpaelabto. Considering the character of the leftolation now being enacted in Autin, and the atete of the therroom*. e er to-day, aome will wiali Texas waa like Georgia, "still out in the cold." _ < Why la it that the Legislature lm« Made no provlalwn to elect a Senator in plaM of A. K. Poster f This shonUI have heen done at onee, and yet, mentbs have passed and It has not-been done. A beautiful picture— Ihe Governor nt Texaa calling oat ail the peace off...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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