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

BY TELEGRAPH. Associated Pre 8 Dispa chee. ' ^WaiBhifcgton, Jury - 20-—It is fifa mored that Paince Napoleon takes tbe lead of tbe force to Baltic to co operate with Admiral Wellarmeea in ihe occupation -of- Hanover. ' * A>iiq mhtr of spies' bave^beefl ca p- tared oh both rides of tbe Rhine. Admiral Meive commands the channel fiq**?. v PriDce De la Tour d'Aavergne is Frehch Minister ro Austria. The Grand D«ikw- of Mecklenburg was elrct^d vPre«ideut of the North German Parliament, which cheered vehemently wh *n Biamarckannounc ed the declaration of war by Franco. The King then opeoed the session with a speech. The wildest enthu- siasm prevails. Tarkey has called out reserves and stopped, telegraphs in all directions. Ths bank of France has raised its interest to 4i per cent. Great popular demonstration at Dublin in favor of France. More than a 100,000 in the procession with twenty bands of music, French and Irigb*/fl$g _? were entwined? t The the Police captured three French flags...

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

ctouston July 29 1870.1 NhW8 MOTES. Oa the J6 b iU8f, three beautiful river nymphs of Pittsburgh were to have a acalling match. The girls are J5. 16 aud 18 years of age and weight respectively 109; 119 and 130 pound.*. The order «of Prince Albert has upon Monsieur De- been confered Leaseps. A severe drouth prevails in Prance. Paring the month ot August, Cuba is to eleot deputies to the Spanish Cwtes at Madrid- The prospect ,s | than that slavery will be abolished in Cttba. Honduras is boou to have a tele- graph connection * with Cuba orJa* or 134.406 on the war footing, with 107,000 of this nuniber ready for ia stant seivice. Scch a coalition woul«l give Napoleon t.be control of 777,000 fight*ng men atonce. with a reserve ot 1.596,106 trained soldiers On the other hand Pi ussia has 726, 000 men on the peace or 1.266,000 ou the war footing, with 300.000 now ready for operations on her Western frontier. North Germrny, going with Prnssia, has 315,526 on the peace, 551,993 oa the field,...

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

ADVERTISEMENT. Editorial Correspondence of the Kenaten laiti. Austin, Jaly 7,1870. The morotnuy of the humcLuai coarse of attairs broken on Sa'ui- day last by Hie excitement growing oat of the GOLDTHWAITE OLIVER IMBUOGLIO. Capt. J. W. Oliver, of Houston, wme to Anstin at the commencement of the Legislature, oc purely business affairs. Not long after be was advised, by leading Republicans of H rns county and from ot!,ier points, to let business alone, as he might be wanted for a District Judges! ip* He accord- ingly dropped all the enterprises in which he was engaged, and in which he is notably qualified to be success- ful, and left himself in the bands of his friends in Housrou. After con- siderable discussion of the claims of Several gentlemen. Capt. Oliver was agreed upon es the m<>sc eligible man for the Judgeship of the District com- posed of Harris and Montgomery counties, and be was accordingly re commended by nearly all the Repub licans of Harris county for that posi ti...

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

.ii am THE TELEGRAPH. **Wm WEBB, Proprietor. 0T Subscribers to any of onr issues will gre tjy «bB«« a by Jetting us know] promptly ol any fcilnre • receive their papers, as it will help as to find oat, Sb4 correct the cause. Houston. July 28, 1870 fiss the Democratic party no wis- dom f c. t. Radicals have no hope of the fotnre and therefore they live alone for the present. cr m. as ££. £ - - ' Witt the Democracy of Texas main tain the dead issues of 1868 to its o#n destruction ? Shall a* few Democrats, who have ever proven themselves unfit to lead. —who have never led to a victory— now lead as to defeat ? *8hall We by Attempting to maintain the "dead issues" ot 1868, in the face of tie Warning given us by the Dem- ocratic members of Congress, drive from ua the Democrats of the Nortb, and thereby rn\ja oar party in the South forever ? t«* "tert •• U>*. - ~ ' What think yon, people, of a No legged Democratic party, without wisdom, without any talent in its leaders, .'Sighing after...

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

Houston, July 27 1870. We diillenge alt Texa& to show us a consistent Democrat, wbo baa ever turned Radical in Texas We challenge all Texa^ to show us a consistent white man, who has ever turned Radical in Texa*. We have watchfd ctcefallv to find •oqh single anti-Radical .paper ,iu Texa*, which advises agains<f.all lift- bl€f. etrtofKnpr in the militia. ^Not one, that does Dot urge all to do it promptly. *• • ■ _ ■ ■ ■ — <* J We clwlleDge all Texas to show us anv white man, ^Li<> tftay turn Ra$iN «al in Texas within odo year from this day, wbo will Dot within a year after his defection, either secure or seek some office It is impossible for an enlightened patriot in Texas at this day. with all the lyghte of Radicalism before hftn. aa they ehine in Texas, to forsake his ^principles and go over to the Radicals. A while back, before that party made such a pyramid of odinns oppressions, we admit it was poesiuie, but not now. It m a great pity, that the Radical press had ...

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

* Houston. July 28 1870. 5 Senator K.oi u<«g« 1,1 Louisiana, if entitled to the rMnks of oar citizens for his coartesj in calling np in the U. S- Senate the House bill making Houston a port of delivery. Look at the new advertisement, of Henry Sbeiffiusj and eee bow be i* devoting himself to procuring ma chinery that no many need. Remem- ber too that he offers you no spuri*. oua articles. A good Governor will cover look to the ^risbes ofihieu who peek alone t<> advance tbemselvea and their own •elfish^ends—he will weigh the effects of bis acts, and public virtue alone *will be his guide. • A revolution has broken out in Honduras. President Medina,—an educated Indian—is in favor of rail- roads. But the majority of Hondur* ans don't think with him, and have consequently united to overthrow Medina's government. At last ac- counts. Medina, with 300 soldiers, was in a close place. By the new funding bill which passed Congress just before adjourn- ment, TVxas is entitled to an add...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 July 1870

; jiHT~ri in'i wniniT—irrr--'- - * • '■**<*" 3 a£ t - : •■•J :i- ' Sj : ft, " "7 i # Lkf$W!kY MAIL. FrMLtlic8«ai tfWar, We clip from oar exchanges various items throwing light upon the stat^'of affairs in Europe i London. July 16.—The Prussian fleet of Prince* Adalbert, -which - has lat'erly been in these waters, sailed to-.Oay fot Kiel. The Shipping Gazette feels certain of the recognition of the doctrine of the Paris Conference on the priva* teering and blockading, and possibly the immunity of private property afloat. It also thinks England should remain nentral, even|if France takes Holland and Belgium- The German snipping will stay at home. The French will find no charterers and business will fail to the neutral flags Basiness will be active in the neutral ports of Antwerp and Rotter* dan A dispatch from Berlin says : The Sonth German States, in responding to Prussia'«i notice of a- declaration of war. are enthasi'astic14n support of Fatherland. AH political differences are o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 July 1870

THE TELEGRAPH, j v • . t . w - -'-cat W.WEBB, proprietor. «T Babseriben to fnr ofJwUww* will greatly oblU« u by lectin* ai)u>o«t promptly ol any failure • receive their man, a« it wIjI help into find out, «rioor"* t*jl«* * -• ■,- HE WHOM TO Hcroston July 28) 1870, be Progressive Democracy has i a single <l valley of dry bones"— e sry one has life in it. leathern Pacific Sail road in a nutshell—Worfe harmoniously with - Cefcgress, but save the money of the - We.wouldlike to see a legal argu- ment against the right of the State to "appropriate" lands, for we have not x seen: one,; thai has a smattering of ar gument. A .v>:iiiirU".) ^ 7/ * jfi. ... . .. *flj. i - ■ . . 7"* ' i* Col. Gil^api^jr corresponding from Aastin to fcbeHousteo Union; revives " tbe tjneetion as -to "Wh<* is Bkmt V WtfdfrboYfhlntf the World Will suffer if BluntshOtfld neve* be inowD, but omr judgment is, that be lived'in Houston > wrote in Houston, and that no man living, has a better right to • ttf...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 July 1870

BY TELEGRAPH. .•>ssssfc-::£ •>-/iJeawwttw• -•? Associated Pres8 Dispatches. Washington, Joly 21.—The For* eigo Missionary Correspondent ot the L >ndon Titneo, waa arrested as a spy ar, Meti As a spy he spent the night in jail, and then was expelled from the French lines. The Collier, arriving at New Cas- tle, England, reports to have been shot at by a French emitter. It Is rt-ported that the Prussians re- treated from their, position between Luxemburg and Palatinate, and are massing between Coblentz and May« ence. . ... German Lords announce the sus- pension of American steam service!?. xAustria is not arming. The bel- ligerents begin with about A,, quarter of million of men on a side. jBufc say European journals, the French have been made better by the recent ser vice in"Africa; while the,Prussians are mere militia. France .puts an army in the field, Prussia only an armed people. ' f Washington, July 21.-«-Berthemy has arrived and takes charge of the French Mission. Pai-ad...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 July 1870

1840 TO 1870 NEWS NOTES- JadgeA- H. I^gstfebt, of Mis- ■iaflippi. died at Oxford on the 16 wh I Time Tests the merits of all Things of July- Jodae L i.gatreet id early life wrote an interesting volume, entitled Georgia Seenes. A portion of bis life was devoted to the minis* try in the Methodist Chnrch. He was President of a university when be died. A report baa been going the rounds of the papers that the Episcopal Council of Wisconsin had passed a Canon that any member of that Church marrying with an outsider should be considered expelled from FOR THIRTY YEARS PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILL.ER > U K T K L) n M A JK K EVERYBODY T..KEJ* J'tV Bra dy's FAMILY B ITTE MS. The Best Tonic in. the World. Awarded the Highest Premium at the State Fairs of Louisiana, KenrocK Indiana. Missouri, Alabama, &c.. 1868, and Louisiana Stare Fair, 1869. Recommended by tbe be6t Physicians in the Country tor the cure of Dyspepsia, Dysentery, Female Weaknesses, Consumption, Coughs, Cholera morbus, and for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 August 1870

u mm i, mtaamjp ■ mmmmmntusst <V- \ / -t:'-y> •• - ' hAF ; w. fg|8 TU„,=U V -k;.us^:iiv> ttsi# ai" • •>• 1 3«rSRrC-. •; gSKSBKBS* ... iT, The news from the seat of war in Europe indicates that the French under Marshal McMahon have suffer- ed severe defeat, and that the Pnts&ians are preparing to advance on Hetz.T Should Metz fall into the hands of the Germans, there is noth- ing to prevent an immediate advance on Paris- ^ The Prussians intend to make as short work with thePrencb in 1870, as4 they made with the Aps« trians in 1866. We commend the news fiom North Carolina to the carefal attention of the Badical party in...Texas. While the bayonets are omnipotent it is pos sible to defeat the will of the people, bat the time mast come when through the ballot box the people will be per- mitted to speak,then farewell to Bads icahsm. t £. Degener, Representative to Con- gress, in reply to "the Governor, ap- proves his vetoes, and expresses con- fidence in the Governor, bat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 August 1870

THE TELEGRAPH. ' S>T Subscribers to *fcr of ooriMBet vfll grertly reM6l* IS by* kiting utac«i promptly ol \py Wlfe ♦ TsnW th«lr win, u It wtil help p to fi S cot, !WV"o.-: 1 •ntn'rw TRADE. The f: *> HctHeton, 4u?Tlst 7, 1870 Are you ambitious T Do you aspire to serve your country ? Do ypu wish to get an office i . Then do not follow Bidkalt or extreme -Democrats The world mores and-Democrats move with it.- See extracts from .a few of the' mf^y'I^l^dcftttit: papers of, the suae way of thinking, in this tfjes.'to'durr V., '* a-.. I *. f-iiri1- The •4- Dr. Cross haal taken chaise of St. Stephen's Parish, in At- lanta, Georgia. Mrs. Cross, at latest date*, was ly)mg dangerously ill at Eiisatetbtown,. Kentucky The way is now so plain for every Democrat in Texas, that be who shuts his eyes iand^ takes a blind path may expect ^ .fail into the pit of destruc- tion to , Take ^fl^, youog.paen. v Let inot old poHftiaiauBiprompt you to become cats' - pawrfor ttreWTO" feel thepub.ic pal«ef...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 August 1870

TEXAS ITEMS. Two Central ♦'freights" ran off the track near Hockley. In Calven, dating a thnnderatorpi Monday. :be lightuiiii? struck a large tree,shivering it to pieces and frigbc- ening folks machly. In Texas Northern white people are gradoally faking np the work and plsees of the Colored man. This is the rest solution of the labor question. In all the counties around Austin the whitq men are organizing into militia companies, electing their own officers, and tendering their services to the Governor. Good. A movement is on foot to oust U. S. Senator Morgan Hamilton. Hamilton Stuart has accepted an Aldermanship in Galveston. McKee holds on to the Mayoral ry. Much rain and mud about Bren- ham. Bed River on the rampage. * Central Bailway Company have ■just surveyed off another town— "Kosse"—ten miles beyond Bremond. An Austin huntsman, out hunting and becoming fatigued, sat down ou a hornet's neat. He rose in a hurry. The Lavaca Commercial denies the .report of cholera and yellow fev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 August 1870

THE TELEGRAPH. W. e. WEBB, Proprietor. <av. gobaertbera to «nr of our Issue* will greatly t^«r u by letting n§ knowt promptly of any failure ewetre their papers, as it Will help M to flad out, oorreet the cause. Houston, August 11,1870. v' We call attention to the law card of Peter Mullen. From one competent to judge, we learn that be is a young . lawyer of good promise, great energy 'andIntegrity, and as each he is wor thy of patronage. We have on band a pile of com- munications, and beg the indulgence of oar Mends, with the assurance that they shall all be attended to in doe time and proper order. Extremes always meet. Did we not say it and publish it in these col fnuM time and again before—, ——, and — forsook their country and their principles to join the Radi- fialsf We repeat it again, and let epr readers remember it and mark the prediction, thai there are men as opposite in politics now as the poles, Vf&9c?r£ll be together before very long. • ?!•••* i i -..; *.; ■■ , Me...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 August 1870

t ■ w'-^Kn- r" : ■mBOKSW M9S9SSSS/Biff .Ffi&g*?*.r£P.v iiii i —mi ami1mhmhtt "^saawMiifliM/ **. j.Kie 7 3! j .HqAfl03J3T;3HT «ei tii H •$*>:'<*'<. 4por'tj6e,TeI«graph. *i« neaul MMl Ofarml Trataiig . -v - ' ' uj. (he Tmf. o< To.the refl-ciivt; mind, there is do subject within tl * win.ie range of ba- ma a tboag>>r, onre w..rtby of serioa consideration than tbe edacation of tbe yoang la tbe beautiful season of ctii!dbo«id. tbe mind is suscepti- ble of imprecision fiom every source. Not a look or an act, bat leaves its impress on tbe fair tablet. How im- portant is it then, that those who are intrusted with the training of tbe yontbfal mind, should be folly im- bued with an appreciation of tbe great; work in which they are engaged, and a deep sense of accountability, It is impossible to conceive iof a tri- fling, a frivolous mind, engaged in so momentous a work—for such an one wooljd be incompetent to lay even the foundation of a structure which must endure* to, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 August 1870

VKi~4 THE TELEGRAPH. «• w.«. WEBB, Proprietor. ffg- Bnbacrlbers to any of our lines will greatly ,>Mrt — >f lectin* n k ow|proBiptly ol any failaie m MHtortttir papers, as it will help ns to fiad oat, attract the c*n?e. Houston. Auiust 11. 1870. .. , Itis useless for .theRadicals tp con- tinue to try to encourage the Demo- crats to follow tbe counsels of the No l«ned Leaders of, the extreme men ef the party—they will not do it. ^irhrrpri .ii: —.: —-r— ■ The syrens of tha extreme Demo erata—-the Radicals, who pat them i $hea te be firm in< their pnr- ; jpoeee. . Why! Simply because they see in it their only hope. Sadical tactics—to give their mne- ta^gpoaies the whip and Bpor-^un- mercitally and then to pat and coax tbeo not to .be naughty any more, work qatetly in the traces. * £! '* *—-———— If we were a member of tbe Legis * lata re from this district, aad had recited ^in the resole i by the Radical meeting^ ii^d ft l;yefy badly. v be said that the extreme * :iftfe^ w5o I%...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 August 1870

Houston. August 10,1870 N' m Ttoreis not a newspaper—there is not, an office Becker, id the United St&tee, tKat cab lire long politically, which stands by the dead issues of the Democratic platform of 1868. There w to be a Congress ot Agi ricnltnmts at Aagnsta, Georgia on tlj -25 h of October n*xf All agii- foltaral organizations thronghont tbe Soathero Stsfes are invited to send delegates. Extreme Democrats should cod cider the news from North Carolina, Kentucky and Tennessee. Had the race been made on the platform of 1&68—had it been made on tbe plat- form of tbe hot-beads of Houston, dt feat would have been certain. We knew two boys once, who went in washing. One more venturesome than tbe other commenced drowning, and bis comrade intent only on sav- ing him, rushed out to help bim, but ee seized bim, held bim faBt, and both were drowned. Moral—Beware of extreme Demo crate. Just now there is a great anxiety for war, the wires are not in working order, owing to tbe great am...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 August 1870

•: h >• S The Telegraph Jf, C- CHEW, Corresponding Editor.! Aesim. ■. L MILTOt*, Traveling Agttot. Terns •( the Tcltfraph. aw oossmoT.) 0*Ut we year, $lt>; tor aur months. > $ 8; •rase Loath, $1 50. rn-vi"«^kiy. pet rear: |4 50.for «x jwatw. 1 \ W^ekl'j, par year. $3. •vajie copies,- 10-cents. . Houston. August 7.1870 V *• TBS COLORED MBIV". - We are sorry to see yoa doing so Aaeb to lpjare yourselves, bat we •blame your white leaders more than -we do yoa Look at the men of yoor .race apon Boards of Aldermen. Do even yoa hold that men who have never had aby experience in financial ;;' matters are fit to govern a town or % <fity f " Then look at the ambi< ion of •' other individuals among yoa . to be- s become officers in the State and Ciry ■-> Police T Is this good policy for you, «Hien, by education, yoa are anfitted /or each positions f And then, doyoa not know that any attempt of your color to arrest white men is calculated (o break, rather than keep, the peace?...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 August 1870

BY1 TELEGRAPH. Associated Proa Dispa cues. A New Yi«rk August -3 —Steamers Cuba aod Manhattan take oat one million. Paris, An en at 3.—Reports fron\ Headquarters received up 'to one o'clock this morning, say there is no change in the military situation Figaro of to-day Announced the death of Gen. Ganjal, commanding snh division at Strausburg. Paris, August 3—Dr. Nelaton has gone to the headquarters of the army to organize an ambulance system. The Pre8se says that the declara- tion of Grammout regarding the lieu trality of Belgium, wbich was recent- ly seut to LondoD, will soon be com municated to Parliament A Captain in the Prussian army, who claimed to be a Belgian, has been arrested here. The Emperor is now busy improv- ing the soldiers' uniform, which will be made much lighter. Garde Mooiie is going forward to Berlin, August' 3 —The Prussian Chalons as fast as possible. The peo government has pummoned a levy en masse to defend const- London, August 3 —following is the Prussian ac...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 August 1870

A Ciescral *f Kdncatia*. To the Editor of the Telegraph, In a State of grander proportions, •Richer resource, aod more brilliant Aiatefifti pruapecta than in any other in North America, a system of ednca- tion corresponding with its manifest 'destiny should be adopted. It is for this generation, through its-appointed authorities, to lay deep aod broad the .general foundation. It will be for coming generations to rear the super- structure.' In this brief article I ask ithe attention of all citizens of Texas to the simple outlines of such a foun -dation. 1. Establish a Free-School System, which will give free tuition to all the children of the State, wherever the population is sufficiently dease, there rear bnildings, gather books and apparatus and give the most per- feet instruction. Where the popula- tion is too sparse, there credit to the 'Counties of such localities the sum -of money, which wculd be requisite to pay, per capita, for the instrnction of the pupil, allowing the paren...

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