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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 April 1870

I, ■ -- .^. *"" jpt' ; '-'i r ■ - *Mm 'UK...-. '-., .■/-.:'?■ Houston, April 9. 1870. TTELMBOLD'S BUCHU, THE only -®-*- known remedy fcr diabetes, Irrita- tion of the neck of the bladder, inflam mation of the kidneys, catarrh of the bladder, strangury or painful urina* ting. T1 ELMBOLD'S B ICHU, the only known remedy for diabetes, irri. tation of the neck of the bladder, in- flammation of tbe kidneys, catarrh of the bladder, strangury or painful uri- nating. TTELMBOLD'S BUCHU, the only known remedy for diabetes, irri- tation of the neck of the bladder, in- flammation of the kidneys, catarrh of the bladder, strangury or painfal urin- ating. TTELMBOLD'S BUCHU, the only -M- known remedy for diabetes, irri* tationof tbeneek of the bladder, in flam mation of the kidneys, catarrh of the bladde*, strangury or painfal ur:n- ating. | - i. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU, the cnly known remedy for diabetes, irri- tation of the neck of the bladder, in- flammation of the kidneys, catarrh of the bladder, stran...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 April 1870

V*T-7 xffB>•••• n T H E UEW F0UNDLA5D BITTEB An Excellent^ppetjzer, •din Active Stomachic, AND GENERAL TONIC. Menacing the Blood, Strengthening the Whole Animal Economy, and Eradicating the JHs t of the Stomach, the X/iver, the Intcs THE TELEGRAPH, W. 9. WEBB, Proprietor. Houston, April 14, 1870. tW Subscribers to ur of onr issues will greatly t>bltif« us by loctlBf u know yronptlr ol any f«il*re to receiys their papers, as it will help as to tod out, ind correct the erase. tints, and the Spleen. The Newfoundland Bitter Is an us surpassed stcm.- icUc tonic, and stimulating preparation, which is daily approved by enlarging calls. Realizing all tbat It purports to work, it produces results highly favor able to all persons who use it regularly. It is a most pleasing cordial, which wins the eye by its beau tif* color and perfect limpidity, while it« exquisite savor and its delicate and aromatic tincture of bitterness are truly delicious to the tajTe. Its composition ad- astti none...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 April 1870

Hcraston, April 12. 1870. From nearly every direction we have news ot fine seasons for the far- mers, and all are in high hopes of fiDe crops and working with good will to make them. / The Houston Union really most ex- cuse ns for declining the place it as- signs us in Flake's procession, for, the fact is, we have never liked grape vines since they became "famous in Texas. Judge Underwood has decided against Ellison, the Governors ap poiatee for Mayor of Richmond, and in favor of Cahoon, the military ap* Dointee for the same place. We congratulate the Houston Uniou on its enlargement, and notwithstand- ing it glorie3 in«the name Radical as "the highest compliment tbat can be paid" it, we mast say|that it is edit- ed with vigor and ability. There are some gentlemen in the South wtio were formerly Democrats and Confederates v. ho now call them- selves Radicals, and as otter: happens in such cases they are, as a general rule, far more bitter towards their former political friends than ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 April 1870

The NbwBishopof Exeter.—We j The United States is evidently at a occasionally notice the career of dia* j premium. Not only St. Thomas but tingaiahed nicu on the other side of the Republic of Liberia petitions for the water. When Dr. Arnold, the; annexation. very able President of the Hngby School died, it was thought it would be difficult-to find in Great Britain a successor able to keep -up the reputa* lion ef that celebrated Institution. Dr. Temple .was finally selected, and it is no slight compliment to say that, «nder his administration the Kugby School has lost none of the reputation t it had enjoyed under the control of ^ the lamented Arnold. vJBat Dr. Temple, though an able and thoroughly educated gentleman, as contributor toesaays and Reviews" /had provoked the censure of the atrictly orthodox divines Notwith- standing their criticism, he is uomio ' aatad and confirmed Bishop of Exei ter, one of the richest and moat res ~{>oncible Sees in England. Though we have a strong...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 April 1870

asm mm—a 1 in GBA>D STATE FAIR. The following aonedn'e epitomises the entire ar- rangements. Th« premium*, as may l>e observed, are, as a whole, the m t liber.1 given by any asso- ciation in the South. The Fair, is to be held at the {rounds of the Uagnoiia Fireproof War Juu;e in Houston, adjoining the Central Railroad depot OFFICERS OF THB ASSOCIATION. JohnT. Brady, President; J. W. Hondertoa, Vice President; E. L. Massie, Secretary and Treasurer. DIRECTORS. Jo is T. Brady, ft. B- Baer, C. 8. Longcope, 8. 8. Manger F. N. Butt, J. W. Henderson, B. W. Taylor, John Shearo, D. P. shepherd, B. A. Botts, and J.. F. D amble. Finance Committer.—B A^Botts, C.;S. Longoope, John ahearn, T. W. House.', Fair Ground Committee.—B. W. Taylor, I. C. Lord, W. L Hacatee, J. B. Morris, Wesley Johnson. Prtmium Committee.—B. B. Bier, E. W. Cave, J. F. Ijtunble. Committee on Invitation —John H. 'Manly, K. P. D j ea, t. H. Cashing. Committee on Corre&ondexce.—Ashbsl Smith, A. C. Gray, Dr. Geo. A....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 April 1870

wm . v. .«/ ■ - K^fP-' • ; - ;> / \< jsp^ ffc • - K®fe H Sgmli <BMP PA94PnC r«— HOBBIBLE fflUBDGB- Bjsi/ton, April 8vb, IS7U. ® bb.8 Editor of the Te' c^rapli Same of your readers perhaps 1WaM |jke to know how the " Bell- fibfflf* are progressing. In the firat we have one of the liveliest EgEe towas'iu the State. Bukon is viog rapidly, business ia flask ImoBev plenty. We have h<*,d fine i and farmers.begin to look cbeer- •fal-Again. The farms are in better condition than ever before at this tfsaaoa of the year. Farmers planted tfeeircosn early, and have generally a wmj. good " stai d." Cotlon is being pat Is the ground rapidly, and taking «« £jtiling iuto consideration, we luwe a very flattering prospect for a he&vv crop. There was a mnrder committed near tlas place, yesterday. The victim was Mi negro, named Henry Moore ; the wtacderer an Irishman, who had been ■Jiving with Mr John Cadell for some sbofiths The circamstacces were €&sa ; The negro and white man wer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 April 1870

■ ■vism- otci • -U a *- ;i pr : « ; ii f! t ££*! > '•'* * c.flW \ 1870 :^3-A JOJsiS il *>-SS^fwJBS.. jya ,){M'. ' W .>. -'• ;<5 ( if *- fits. IT W. This can neverlai§iand - motto is calculated to excitr%pr^picB against the Democratic party, because it of itself does not express tbe senti- ments of even the most hitter, ex- treme Democrats in the State. The Union .as it wa8—is impossible. It includes, when not qaalified, the re-1 VOL«XXXVl«-—NO establishment of slavery and the overturning of the other issues set- tled by .the war. To use it with a qualification is inappropriate, and to use.it at all gives a weapon to the deposing party to wield against us. r Therefore let it be abandoned, and lo$ us substitute in place of it— The Union as it should be. * Here is a motto under which mod- erate pen of all parties can rally.- It is the true sentiment which should actuate every patriot, and should be 5. THXJRSPAY • AjRILfa28, 1870 ESTABLISHED Letter from Cliappel Hill. , Chap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 April 1870

« ■>p, Hotiston, April 22- 1870. X lite dispatch from Rome says the, Archbishop of Baltimore has puti^ lished a sharp reply to Monsignor Du* paSloap, Bishop of Orleans, on the •object of infallibility. There are some men in the rnling party in Texas who are catting "fan' ( tastic tricks before high Heaveo." ' Tff* them eat them wad break thei? political necks, as they teem bent that way. -y Bitter Confederate tnrned to bitter [Radicals—'There was bat one step to take—extremes have met. Now, good Confederates, who acted from convic- tion in joining the Davis party, don't yon take the cap—it is not intended Hot yoo. The Elevated Broadway# Railroad in New York City has been entirely 'successful. The road will be open •fyr trayelon the first of May. A great " *"'* " ~ tor acrobats and men mo wish in ipy a bifot position as ugh Go roadthis highwaymes general they pass, We are again under obligations to General Clark, M. C—this time for a bound copy of the Report of the De partment of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 April 1870

B * ft: " f^K-KWte Cotton Seed Q«r JttMs. The Oil lUeliinry Manufacturing Co., 01 KSW YORK CITY. r> Manufacturers or COTTON SEED Oil. MACHIX- BT.UBUID OIL MACHINERY, an 1 ALL MA- CHINERY connected with the extraction of VEG- ETABLE OILS. — Also — HIT OBAVLIO PRESSES, for all purposes. SHAFTING, PULLEY8 AND GEARING; OIL MI r.T.a built br contract, or Machinery furnished. Agents for the celebrated CAKTBB COTTON GIJT8. HitimitWi plana and all inform at 'our gtrtn on ay* plication, by letter or otherwise, to the COMPANY'S OFFICE 96 Liberty street, NEW TOB&. April 7th-dlwdcwly Cattle and Hogs Wanteds B EEVE3. 'at or poor ; Stock Cattle and Hogg, fat or poor, at WM. B GRiMEt' Rendering Home, on TxsspaUcious Creek, SO mile* north-west of mouth of Colorado Hirer "P.O. Address, Box 80- Indianola * Texas. > < April 17-ddcwtf " Teacher Wanted. To teach a Colored School at Chappell HiU, Texas. Good piy for a competent teacher. Apply Ito Board of Trustees of the Jonsonlan Institute,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 April 1870

TIHE nil! gOmDIrAlfP BITTEB THE TELEGRAPH. T>v w. •m«• « SB803SSSSS1 : f r. Houston, April 28,1870. tOT- SnbKrifcets toaay •' enrtasnsa will sxeatly •Me* ns by lsctinr ni kiiv promptly ef ur fcilare to receive their papers, aa it wtd ktlfut* t 4eat, tad oorreetthe wue. An E xcelle ntA pp eti zer, Mt+mmchic, L10 i-*iri AKD 9 GENERAL TONIC. JfenewtMff tAe Blood, Strengthening the Whole Animal Economy, and Eradiating the Die - y A i & :• ;•■*'■ - tenet of the stomach, the Liver, the Intts ■h xupZA * \.:< &.• . ■ ■•■""• " tines, and the Spleen. ■ The nvMbudlukd Bitter is an unsurpassed atom achie tonic, and stimulating preparation, which is dally approved by eolaaflat call* Bealiiinr all that « purport! to wort,ttwMwei restrits hirhly favor able to aU tenons who use ft retularly. It is a most pleaslna oordial, which wins the eye by its beautif* color and psrtsst limpidity, while its exquisite savor aad its delicate and arfttaatic tincture of bitterness are truly delicious ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 April 1870

* DI8JLOTAJLTT. There were 79,338 Governor at tbe late votes cast for election.- The Houston. April 20, 1870. Teaj^ars ttom ndw site will oe astonished that the Radical party official returns claim 783 majority for ever held its power bo long. j Gen. Davis. H. Stuart by the same retnrns received only 445 votes. Of ^jpw tik^^ebave a Stats Govern*: tt,e votes east for Governor, 2044 did ment those, who hold office nnder the n0(; vote upon the Constitution at all; Federal Government continue to hold j j8 likely that every Stuart man offices under "this State," when they are positively prohibited from doing ao by the 9th section of the Xllth Ar- ticle of the State Constitution. We are afraid that the Radicals are becoming restive at the Confeder- ate* who hare joined them. The moderate Republicans are more gen* erous to their converts but may not have such free hands as to advance them higher. _ At a late night session of the Ohio Senate to prevent the confirmation of some of tiie Gover...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 April 1870

m. "^isssr .5 j.T :.• tvi '■* Houston. i, .I • ~ April 23, 1870. nUJITS OF BBCOmTB17CTI K, ■4-* I 41 •' Bobt. Crawford, Ksq., it author- ized to obtain patronage for the] Telegraph at Calvert, Texas. .The Dumber of premiums offered for prises at our State Fair is im- mense- There is nothing left, oat. Send to the Secretary, Dr. £. L Mas- sie, for a catalogue, and see for your- selves. ■ # Bro. Rankin of the Hempstead Re- ^ porter.and Clark, soon to start a paper at Montgomery ,Texas, have been in the City. Montgomery is a good point tor Well an enterprise, and it will be ready to take the prosperity which Houston and Great Northern Railroad will bring it. Will the citizens of Galveston * press their members of the Legisla- ture to oppose legislative action in fa- vor of the Ship Channel? We hope not, because, if Galveston only /knows what makes for her prosperity, she must bid it gbod speed. She would best let the railroad project alone across to the main land, and -thenee to connec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 April 1870

RELIGIOUS ITEMS. ^ -TEXAS ITEMS. --s The Lavaca Commercial want# Judge Ogden continued on the bench in that District. The citizens ol Jackson county will apply for an act of incorporation to improve the navigation of the La- . Tac river/- • P We dip the following from the CosmaercUl; : Stats . Fair.—Specimens of em* broidery and other needle work, exe- cuted by ladies of this city, we wish sent to the State Fair, and have to re- quest the favor of some friend who will attend, to report to us and take charge of the parcels. We are also, looking for specimens of agricultural products, from Jackson and Lavaca counties, which we desire to send, in consequence cf our inability to attend, in the same manner. The ever present Redskins made themselves quite plentiful on the frontier during the late full moon. A good many horses were stolen from the Frio in Uvalde county, and some from Turkey Creek. Ia Medina county a suDpoeed Iudian horse thief was killed, bat npon examination it proved to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 April 1870

■ •f, T~ TEXAS ITEMS. At a mass meeting of tbe citizens of Anderson county, held at Palestine, to consider the sabji ct of aidiDg in the construction of^sbe Hoaston and Great Norther^ Raflrcad, after refer* ring to tbe late published letter of the President, Df.* Yocrog.tho following rs8oluioc8 were ananlmoasljjadopted: 1st ■ Thai 4e, the people 6f Ander- son connty, in mass .meeting assem- bled, pledge ourselves to do all we majr and iBaa do to {Kpare a compli- ance On the part of the people of thi9 county, with the representations and assurances made by Dr. Yonng to tbe Btookbuideca of said enterprise. 2d, That said enterprise, and tbe worthy President of tbe Company, Dr. Young, bave our full sympathy and best wishes for their success; and that its success, with just, manage" mem, will be of incalculable valae to this part of the State. 3d, That if said road should p ;ss near enough to us to afford ns the much needed facilities for transporta- tion and travel, we will do all we ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 May 1870

Houston. 1870. lr BBPBBSBtTTATffON OF fHlfVOKV- TIBS. In tbe earlier days ofr the Republic the party i^i the minority secured trie second national office. The candi- date receiving the highest number of votes was President, and the next 1 highest, Vice President. This did very well in the administrations of Washington and the elder Adams. Bat when Aaron Burr became Vice President under the administration of Jefferson, it was thought best to in- troduce an amendment into the con- stitution by which the electors voted both for a President and a Vice Pres- ident This practically deprived the minority of any voice in the election v As an illustration of of the man- ner in which minorities may gain complete control of affairs in private business, the following is cited : . •-^Suppose a company to consist of 25 partners, and the partners to be di« vided into five sections, each selecting One of a managing committee of five to conduct the business. It is evi* dent that each member of the c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 May 1870

• * w April 89j 1870. Gen. Fremont has telegraphed to v MrLEpperBon, President of the Mem- pMb, El Paso and Pacific Road, to commence work on the Jefferson branch of the Road, and hands are at work again. Brother Homan, of the Telegram, published at Cameron, Milam county, la in the city. His paper it well con dncted and located in a rich section of the State. Be desires to employ a •ober, industrious compositor. We join Flake's Bulletin in solemn' ly declaring that two such intolerable nuisances as tike Georgia bill and the MoFarland trial ought not to be in- flicted at the same time upon any Christian nation. . We notice in the proceedings of the Baptist Educational Convention at Brooklyn that Bev. Drs. Crane and Clarke, of Independence, Texas, are officers. Several delegates from Texas were present, and are now at the Baptist Southern Convention at Louisville. Tfle body of Major Henry W. Baguet waa recently brought from Santa Fee and re-interred in the cemetery at Nacogdoches. Maj...

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

UMHC r: GO VERS OR DAVIS' MESSAGE. Special by Telegraph to the Union. Executive Office, Austin, ) April 28, 1870. j" Gentlemen of the Senate and House of Representatives of Texas: . So long ft time has elapsed since the session •within this State of a body com- petent to legislate, that your duties must be many and their performance tedious and labojious. In addition to ordinary matters of legislation, you will find it incumbent npoa you to remodel, to a great extent, the general statutes, and to accommodate them to the new order of things, and to the radical changes en- grafted on out institutions by- the con- stitution lately adopted. In obedience to that- constitution, which requires the Governor to recommend to the Legisla- ture "such measures as he may deem ex- pedient," I now propose to call your at- tention to such of those matters as seem to me of special importance. •; ; < law. and order. g j ; At the outset, I give, precedence to a subject which is believed to be of pri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 May 1870

-aa CIO" bus -U r„ - - izzzur-. est m S'tS&k ■■ v;! Ej£Sto!-t:: ii-i? iirl keueived • Z23CPR.B'aS; |jj a large lot of Handsome Parasols AND : . . SDN SHADES. — also— V Boiled Silk Umbrellas. • '-v ■■■ - '•-"••V j" J . - ' - READY MADE Linen Walking Suits. kPetioot'' THi TEiiciRAPH. *- Wi WEBB, Proprietor. " Subscriber a lo any of our lMaea will ereitly >bU«e aa by lectin c uiknow promptly of any failure to wc«tT their papers, m it will help aa to fad out, tad correet thi eaase. - - i - 10 dozen of " Tugle ■' and -'<«• :'V . -• KID GLOVES. ddi ^n-' • IN LIGHT C0L0R3 • v. : : -• ^ THOMAS R. FRANKLIN STREET 7S We return thanks to the Houston Union for the courtesy of enabling us to give tbe G-overnor's Message to oar readers to-day. Such kindness is ap- preciated and will be reciprocated with pleasure at any time. Dr. Persons will bo ready on to- morrow^ receive patients. See lo cal notice. c9vf?j trtii :.i Bow ton% May let-dti Tex a*. Special Notices. .American Waltham Watch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 May 1870

Houston. April 30f, I870, " TEXAS C«LO!TlZ&TION. Sienr d© LaSalle discovered Texas io i860 One hoDdred and fortv year6 afterwards the territory bad a smaller population than when it was first dis covered by tbese Enropean adven- turers. That to-day it has a populax tion bordering upon one and a half millions, with .wealth, commerce arid the arts of civilized life is dne to the system of colonizing of which Moses Austin was the originator. He during early, bis son Stephen F. Austin ener- getically and faithfully carried oat bis father's programme. After thrift onghly investigating the subject, we deliberately write ^ opinion that Tefas is more indebted to Stephen F. Anitin for its present prosperous and hajpy condition, than to any other two mea connected with our early history. Then Moses Austin arrived at Bex an c 1820, to make arrangements to intipduce colonists he was perempto« rilyordered 4o leave the territory im- medately. But fortunately he met Ba- nonfle Bastrop with who...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 May 1870

IiCtter hrooa Wew Orlcana. my 3,1870. fttB tfAl OF CiaVBKW.TIKI*T OF TEXAS. We are in an anomalous position at to our seat of government, and there are forcible reasons for holding that the Legislature can meet where they see proper until the matter is perma neatly settled by a vote ot the peo- ple. aa provided by the new Consti- tution. Under the Constitution. of 1845 it was located by the popular vote at Austin until 1870, when that instru- ment directed a new election to be held; but this was abrogated by the Constitution of 1866, which provided that it should remain at Austin "un- til removed by an election of the people." t And again this waa nullified by the new Constitution, and it directs that the seat of government shall be per* manently located by a majority of the whfile votes cast at the first general election after the acceptance of the Constitution by Congress. A decla ration attached to this Constitution directed the assembling of the Legisn lature at Austin on the 2d...

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