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

"Writ1 en for the Funds.? Telegraph. I'EAF FROM Jff MARY. ' ■T -* •- — •nr-Tr"-*-'' a?. —- BTTMitjI. IT. JOHM <*. ojj "Whatsre yon jloiag, niter T '' Garnering tears; What are yon doing sister? ? Cursing the years." O rear*, take back all ye have given me; Take back vnur meagre sparing Joys, O T'ars. Take, take them all -1 gi «them -willingly; Ball-with them, take tty boundler&gift of wars; Lift cffthe curse, ye hurl'd ipon my son!, It proses heavy; as au iron hand, It hold* my very being' in Control, * Heedless of prayer, pleading or demand. The yelltrw thistle on the dark mwih-lanfl, Spirits on the murky air ita nreath, Tta wan sick fio«re s droop, 'feint, then die—the hand That should hare nourish'd, given nnto death. ■*'0 years', ye want all pitiless to me, >1 prat'd for flowers, ye cart me ■wither'd leaves, Ye taunted me, and awak'd my misery. And then exalting, toss'd me empty-sheaves; O dead years, sleepir g dreaming !y "within The Vast sepulchre of et rnity— Your r...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 August 1870

UB ELECTION NEWS Raleigb, N C. A^a-t G.—The election returns today confirm 'he opinion exor*awd th-* the State has gone Dciuucin 10 i>\ .">000 to 10.000 majority. Cobb. Representative Firat Dis- trict,and Dixon.to fill thesvacaucy oc- casioned ' y t e death of. Heatou and Thomu (both Repoblicans) from the Second District, are certainly elected. Additional returns render the elec tion of Waddil, Conservative, over Dockery, Republican, fes certain. Gilliam* Conservative, to fill Deweea' vacancy, and Rogers, Con- servative, are both elected. Rogera beat* Harris (colored) about 900. Le^cfetQwtd^va&vie, is:elected over Scott. Republican, for the Sixth Dis- trict. . Harber, Conservative, is doubtless elected over Jones, Republican, in the Seventh District. Both bouses of the Legislature will be largely Democratic. Some claim a two thirdd majority in each house. Wilmington. N C-, August 6.—Re turns enongh have been received to settle the fact that the Conservatives carry both Hou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 September 1870

r i wan mi. - V«BNCB AND PRC S.« f A If- WAR. ■ * ■' This is now-cme of the engrossing ■objects that occupies the attention of tbe whole world. An American after reviewing all the alleged causes of the war, is forced to the cod elusion that there is no just or great cause for tbe sacrifice of the lives, and the suffer* ing, it is likely to produce and the disturbance it will create in the com- mercial intercoorle of the world. Bat it is <mr purpose now to consider briefly the effects it may have upon oar own country. The'United States w.ijU, of coarse be neutral, nnlesa some unforeseen circumstance should force her into the contest. The prospect, however,* -is that no occasion, will arise, to in vol ye our government in tbe fight.- Still it is impossible us not to be affected by such a great dis- turbance of the peaceful, relations of nations, should the *ar be a protfac ted*one. ' j * ; _ For the faca!* y**^ ending Jane 30th, 1969, our ijAports from German States amounted-to $21...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 September 1870

f V •Xr T-HE TELEGRAPH. 4. ! ■ jilj ,■ ,;7-- v,')d '£. Vli w.d Prqirfetor. '1 in • •—— EABLY StitNlflCBili'BR OF 5#" toMty ofjjBrjBfTO* wlU*watly iby Wctin* o know) promptly oi any ndlve k tWTKVW. w it Will helpw to fladout, aK wii 1 m Mm iiii" . -,R *'•>'■«? • t Lj [| J r 's OV. ^ *15-'t*i {> 0j.O 1 Houston, September 1,1870. f. t —t- 4 When Gen. Hamilton ^speaks here «oFdds$aighttiext,letthere be a rousing fcrtettngfet all' opposed to W W ;i^?r®n -IW'. 'fti f *irfv- • (0ii wb—Jan u> imp —4—- -" *e*rfll!be eteen by the copies of re- nte published in this issue .that ihe ' Taniti^Xoau- ee Company, have promptly, [met ^ bpod'i the' life of Alex- Ebttltfpi la^ ttf ^u^bus. 16 W*S(WR^0-n< ye WWDtipn®1"0 ofNayaeota, whose \m W fc4ota ed'by hfe^liodge^L ranee. This Company is estabM amiyipteaa ^ttPMion for Its is .nMfcftWWaosl iit ino-sl Unit >i'li unut imwOl I'j.'i ">«oiH0 T*at ww a wide' foresight of %ur oaliab rfuetj. 3avi: :•:,•• haeefitpfi hj« Joved loses.u l!To all...

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

DBMOCj WAaamsTOK, Jane 24.—The ocratic caucu*. and met signed by al I .joe Dtimocrs bers of Oosgifees To our fcjtew cituent l,*oo- leave to call your tanee *?"y'Mh mit some sa£fl^HW*Tor yonr Con- sideration. By tbe State ,legislar, tor# 8 to be elected .n^arljL.oneihiip^ of theUnited Stateh Senate. 'chostaf aod waFiy Al tlfe areiil of the next House/, tives are to be elected next 1 a Upon the coming election^. ^e depends tlfcf ^e«jou^heW^f Democratic apd coQiervatlve n&atm the Senate feio&His# aawwwEft & Representatives, a^d Representatives, a^„ u^ a lauonary, ;&*b£avagant«wi& pifctfaan mtfi :Wtber wa «TOSf INSURANCE COMPANY. jUrnd Gfn't Agency Office, ? Z. V ^• 23^70i> Notice is hereby given to tbe peo- ple of this State that (fee nadefeigu- tajgcising $)§ny for th day con* y tbe jjader al the State of of January^ tract ia.vr President the seal o ulj j'ijus HHOi.aa 39... and... . £ HC'w 41 .H parties insur- J* _ natbe pub lie are hereby warned not to recog- j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 September 1870

w, SB roiuc jM*Twe. Xb tta Editor of the Telegraph. SSS^fgMd TidnftywM belj'oo SsUndey evening, August 20, and bad for consideration the political af« lyii of the State. ^ Cift a. J. Bell called the meeting *°Oo notion of Dr. D- S* Chessher, 9. W. Johnson was called to the chair and introduced to the meeting K. runtoin Rpll. the object of the meeting, and 1 the secretary to read to the ; the address to the people of by order of a meeting com- of mcmbwe of the Legislature Kns at large, at the city of aly 31st. Ob motioa of Dr. S. Chessher, a aosnmitteeot 21 were appointed to re gttMftE&kaftSffiA ■ zmvm iJihN** c KtSalts. Jew W.rd.W Willis, Robt Minton, Geo Dispn, C W Cook, W CrUcfetyer, F 8 Gen- ,««,w.*m ter page, 50 cupiei ov: li:ca &Dxious to set uie matter lbto BBSBSm Uig/tib worn :t *aijtm .ao'tifm* sqbo to report. r fp* of ttffe meeting was called to order, and Dr. D. 8. Chessher, chairman of the com- mittee, made the following report, which was read by the Secretary. Uf...

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

Marshal Fraacot* Achille Baz ine, the new comtflVtjfteHn chief of the French armr\; ^!i&TKoro in 1811, and is the in the service of France. Bis father was General Pierre Dominique Baxaine, a. French officer wno served with, distinction in the Russian' army. The subject of this sketch received a fair edacatioD, was conscripted into the army aud after a few years of service was pro- moted to a lieutenancy. In 1837 he took part in the Spanish campaign, Which resulted in establishing Qaeen Isabella on the throne. Subsequently he went to Algeira, where he diBtin« gaished himself in the wars with the ti&tives and with the Moors. At the outbreak of the Crimean war he was made a general of brigade and com* manded the force which reduced Kiu buro, a feat which' gained much rep- utation for him as also a commission of major general., After the evacua- tion of Sehastonol by the Russians. General Bazain* was made military governor of the city, and held the office until the allied armies...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 September 1870

lilWll. w.«. webb^Proprietor. _ t-i m rf- . j£f fc « . • • .t star;'' - W- ^ .>„ 4 4 f* eatiy. .ilnre ereeelre their papers, as it will help ns to fiadonf; iwl Mi tint tliT '*i; tK "J TTTF^TZJ7 ■•Houston, September 1. 1870 tat 33 A tew cases of yellow fever are re- ported in New 'Orteafae,' The Texas coast is, or onght to be rapidly quar- SQtlD^d*:- . . S.3£j. ' ijufciE -"i ijV " „:tia *jaj3t pur- -cbased an additional league of pine tii^bteddanfl^ GreeDla JBajori tor 920,000. The New Orleans Railroad mt throoghtbfr tract. i earth bas,changed the San Express to iavor the Inter- national Railroad 1 t, What clever dream also came over the spirit of Bexar, the Austin corres pendent of that paper, in reference to that measure !. Do. tell us if New- comb be Bexar, and that will snfiSce. • j# * I 1 . ."f ' ftjji®pe BeOpby-Ifce commission published in another ctblnnan, that oar pldfriend R. Simpler, Esq,, will ■cotatfcae to take acknowledgments of perform other 41 ties per- taining to,t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 September 1870

Sh MMMPMI was He 1,18VCT Poblic meetings. are being held alt QYpf ,tjbet SJnate, and iyae tenths^ of- them-ape, .all one way- for co-opera- tion to pot down tbe Radicals. ' J' :• ' Uuyzz 7 !«■ ■ ' ' ' Pi-i#ct^ FeliM -SalDOI-Salna. who was • - flis'in|^jjrtied for srtVfefre; in the Amerygji and- Mexisata ware, " kil>ed>iBitfte battle of £he 18th w«r mrtjtfr in the 44th regiment of Prusfti^UjgrenadieTe, at 1T® head sof^bis men..^ *; ; We have again to announce that wbile we would be glad to oblige;QUr friend srjtet we cannot publish their political speeches free, and in fact, We will add, shall not do it. Fifteen cents a line, gentlemen, if yen please. 'Let or be the jadge as to a speech be- ing of sufficient public interest, to. tpnblieb it. .... . ' We publish elsewbefe the splendid premium list offered at the St. Loots •Fair, the 1st of October, for cotton. We learn that Jadge S. S- Mnng r, of ■Houston, ekpects to be at the Fair, and will, if desired to iio so, tatte charge o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 September 1870

-i r ji .: 4 ■ 1 , .A J f I lit f * I -ifeu S3 --; v* fS*- The Telegraph- f. C. CtfEW, Correcp—dlag Editor. Hjllf.) ^ . A. MILTON. TwralUr Agent. T«ra> •< tlw Telefraph. .. .. ..a •# ."■;>*-" ' fi'" a*oo*M*oro - ** ^ijvmyew.JA. le oopoBS, lOcintt. t lAngast 28 1870. , <> HE** p.# i ■ # q| v K|' s - iaggP***..,'. '■" w ! ^jbfe first bttic of hew eotton recieiv .^'34tttfe:;war/raised by Wrighj; & Springfield, colored men on Spring Creek in this county, and was brought io on Thursday morjoing. It ranks aa low middling,sA9d was sold by Veasrs. ffm, Christian & Co- tojW D■ Alexander for l?tte«ts per popnd 1- * ,JT- ..i •••. <M ■>. told. These two colored men cleared their land io January last, and" 1 35 acres In cotton, and 140 in o^ber produce. Tbey have besides them* aelres five hands, including boys i We are glad to see all evidences of thrift, industry and success am(png the freed men The people are moving all over^ the State. Public meetings are being hi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 September 1870

liSAaes. i -xat ,vr - fi .•tOinh os b'lbarov-' r r! v| -« ■%.! ?ft-iJ b" ?& '«|sa: Viiica- I oiHi/.aoajaT " TEXA8 ITEMS'- ,T->etH:J S..3 ;«U3 m ;i ,Mou ;fc Fir&tbafe iw>m toottoTr, gtJietordinsN1 t ryvsBrywny >20ibi A*tbat tows, ad^dman stabbed a bother. - i A;tree<lmarfl'Bfe& BftWhi. hen* AO* deriafc> Alrt8t«tf'%jr;S«W^fH lM,'W 1 olfriattaWrc^ttAWer $p:' dia/a.'1 e- • -W * J ' .Trofttist reporied -Jffjlfej-ltot the new moon—dark nights—will doubt? l*m ---i Tq^we ^*iotPIii«i>yij3s 91 Cotton picking is getting ti'odeif wsjf op the conn«j&fi•\*/"* Ji' v^!)£t Jddgee Snpteme"CbQr: Hfrfy. L.'D. Evans, Harrisob fcotinty; Hon. W. OWdKfiob i. B. W9)W] >j^of UTY ITEMS fpei CrffK^jot arri v*d yesterday . eTeni«g3%iUj,, 400, satis.; salt*.1 uQree* ;cefltcvflfs. Ipjgp.briqk. h.i^i Jese© WagneVs 19 bonds, fofhetr. • d befof®,Qwmiuai Court, .Kef© «agoq6a — •: .«• >1 I This local would say, in allvfriend- §b'iprtbal a •/oiC9i yjRnng man5: wb® can sa^wpp the ...

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

U.Jfc > THE TELEGRAPH, ^fycaanut. - ywTuBfetor. - t x* t Of <X1* MM** •fu «rrt«t#( |tt> } dta* ■* *aw *MB>V*'r 01 4ni* t tw er O ijatT ttaw #5^. « it wlil b lp M to 6Moat, immwwtfe f -• . aa —us. ■ >**-*'■ u ■ ' *# oaiSitfs 1 ->c s -r I,ni87a A. .. aeae?:>$- *r The commwufauon t ;; ,'f. !%"- \ * pjjgjouate yL from one of the coolest, and most dis« cided advantages to the Prussians, 4e- JiSSK -cliped,. AgSS& ^pfKJMSiV a^?4 w fe •itfartW L rs.fe t'-. r atw&ortzedto -announce patfon bftb^^ftstcra rfaumed ou or before tHc ! t of nMtr-tn.rath. Mr B. T. partners, and ia ,now sole proprietor, ® de bst {he late, firm, ,4: ;c._ •Mf . Cl*a3onili a' seeufed\the set- aP9« hi'a editorial ataaff. aod; with each able help, we object to «tftle Timbs aWy condub* tiffcdMrr V-r^Cdlltie. ■ i«. -« * i;" - ^ «S*" ..[*- . ■ --- r. ■■ ■. ^ ! ( J£ , raftt •cat Drinoerats all over the 8Wfct« are 'ha^eiy excised at the courae'of the Tf?4^ag^^T^e%P. w® take 'hope-that they fear it....

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

jss9rs izesxeEzr*:. PBSE.T-- ~ 'tv,. [.■ *?■ FIGHTING. PRBSalA* ACCOUNTS. " Berlin, August 18.—The following official news has been made: public ciTY ITEMS. here this morning * k-Moosson, Wednesday Eve- ■i jJPont-a _ _ . mug.—General Alvensleben advanced yesterday with the Third Corps to- wards the east aide of Metz. . On the linepfcthe enemy's retreat: towards Verdun encountered severe fighting with the divisions of Generals Drcaen, L'Admirault, Fro8sardv CanruOert, *DGe^raT^fveri ale ben was sustained successively by tho'Tenth Army corps and by a detachment of the Eighth and Ninth command, by Prince Fred- erick Charles. „ , • •The enemy was driven in upon Metz in spite of his great superiority or forces, after' a sever*, combat of twelve hours- The losses on both sides were very heavy; The Prus- sian Generals, Doering. and Widel • were killed, and GeMral Rauech and Gruscher wounded. King William abated the troops on the field-ot battle, which is gloriously maintained. . Berlin, Au...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 September 1870

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ■v ' : " " Houston . ..., V 4B&f>tember 1* 1870 WAR NEWS. To the Editor of the l'elegrapn. ^ . Early reminiscences of Texas are *~-At\i ever interesting; fo intf.,tti'WnDf<>r- : \WX tunate that memories are not always j clear and accurate."* Records are safer ; 4SUW&* •w.iiiaM** Ml W~ u jf- ktl ^ACCOUNTS FROM NEUTBAtte^* Nevf York, Asgoat 22—Private ad- vices received here from Paris . that McMabon with the Frendtb afjii^ - lately at Chalons, has complete^ turned the tables do the ' Croft Prince i^he Prassiau plan ar** t . keep Bazaine at.Mett. asinglfbr' th purpose the armies Sfeinmel#*1 Prince FrederickChartes./Itlk?Gr Prince was to march aro - Vera an, and cat Bazaine's comniaoi v cation with- C&sK*n& The' wtroli ■Prnssiao army would ftipn be'betwee the French a&aifea, which' wotild crashed in The French' cfiau of front from the line ot the MoSell r to that of Me& atofl Verdun, wa&'f -serious blow* to'the Prussian pro* •Statu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1870

V, t. THBfKHBttC* AJfO ttre S9CTH- > fl } 4 i ** —■ p * )J • ^ *.jl ] The near relation existing between the two races shoud'-cauae all tt> cod aider the necf.-aity of cultivating the utmost harmony and*good feeling ben 'tween them. It is a matter of the utmost importance that the colored race ahould be prepared by education for the n«r and reaponeibile duties which now &evolve upon them, and therefore none but a renegade to his race and to deceoey, would advocate mixed schools; none who wish both races* well, ajbtoald oppose the most liberal projriaiontrfor their education. It is-hard for ua to overcome the prer judices of education, aDd the senti- ment o? some is yet opposed to South- ern born * persons becoming teachers of colored schools- This feeling is all wrong. If our own paople do not become tbeir teachers, it may often happen that white persons, who from education are prejudiced against us, ibay becomb io ini Instill their own feelings into their minds It is now ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1870

Jr; M •THE TELEGRAPH;; ;t: OiJ±ruO *• WEBB* Proprietor. UnMerlbert to *n ot toar iaanes will treatly vyteM ijr lectin* onknoi>t promptly of wj .metre their papers, as it Viii help u#to tifl jln runt Ui - ' • W Ml ' ■ ' - * • d ouV 'Si ",. it r€ff er 8. b&?6. *>?•*■.%' 1*' M * ;V> L Pit oetauftMiv.«t fipvisi" "v t OPflltiNT*- tt 4 /.'V f. ' 'jiiWhC- •'<• i lfr' P 'Fbe first i^fded estimate of tbe 3D of TttW'tfae made by Gel. $. Almont^yfbo vieSfed- the country at tbe instance bf Sknftft'Antfa 19 (be spring of 1834. fle^ estimated ti^fl population in the different muni** eipalities, as tbe divietonBwire then -tailed, ae follows i Bexar >2,400; San "Patricio, 600i Matagorda, 1.400,-ilia- cot docbe*, 3,SCO; JoflesboroogbjiBed Wer, 700; San IV f S.SWj^otrifrleS. 900; San Auw Km. 2,500;. Victoria, 300 ; Cofum- Almonte.e*imated that #00 tftafenegroeej- iiis estimates both for 'Iwblie* an>d' tfolorW wire probaWy mifd^tBe totbal fafflabew f • jn w, elec" ifWaftt eiffafc...

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

i~r - " ~ir-■ .< - W-MUyiUJ. K-WiRUWh. illVJ T ELEGRAPHHS. *' ' ilip Associated Press Dispatched. Faris, Sept i-^No eive battle, uot is it beiifcvi bten fought; McMahon graphfolie has crossed the out being baraaawt Otb ea$ tyfcre ba* tM>j d 8!,«1 Dotzp. The Prussians entered Carignaa at 12 o'c'oek jesterday. London. Sept. 1 —It is eaid McMa hnri-dfstro.ved Napoleon's order to de« 3fUJU0 trw ps to protect the Prince fcpen*l. fci®g« of Strasburg ^ntbiiiuc) drtt t Bl*ni iilnrtUM>aainni>il ing.— bK* % Pnrgfe"C *rl adWnni'«?« sf-f London, 3 o'c unverified rumor of McMaibon cross- ing the MeuiHj nt Stenay and pttsfciog tor MODtmedv with 60ft gaae has been ltcei^fed. A' collision is expeotefl be- rn-een JifcMafaou and Prince Frederick Cnarles. " ' The Garde Mobile, on a new reqtritt sition, hundredsof tfcoM^pds.hurrj^ ^S&Yiomitio^eeat^f wfcr since King to the defense of the capital. . The Press of Paris admits the spa .ri<ran<*e<tt>4he Baeiune dispatches. demand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1870

WAR NEWS. PBCaSiAin ACCjC'AIS Carlsrohe, Aoira*t 21—Strasbourg is ia Siaei T:.« French have fired the enrronnding villages. They make frequent aorties, which are constantly repulsed. Eight thousand Prussians have arrived with a train of heavy , siege artillery. The city is surround ed by 30,000 men under Gen. Wefder. The inhabitants are demoralized, and disorder everywhere prevails. Asur- r ender is hourly expected. - A correspondent of the Gaulois de~ ciares. from actual observation, that the road from Metz to Verdun is now occapied by the Prussians, ^kud he is positive that at Verdun no news had > been heard of Bazine sinoe the 19ch. The head quarters of Prince Freder- ick Charles were near St Michel, ei^ht leagues from Verdun. Ion. A.iwast24—A German di*~ >rta that the Baden infantry, efeeltered by a heavy fire of artillery; from Kehl, succeeded last night in ob- taining a footing within easy range of Strasbourg and captured.* railway station without loss. • 41? Berlin, Aug...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1870

/. - m ■ t TwbntthFive Cests. — This amount ■will ba/ a bottle of Mrs- Whltccygob'sSyrnp, jN,IW WMMMiMHRdf fo Ml diaeaBea incident to iafente siiri; children. ,8®ptld&wlw , / . ^ '■ i ■■ . li ! •' 1 i I '! -UJ." Matrimonial.—Hubbard W. Beaa- ley and Mi«a £. E. Stanley; Frank Carter and Eliza Ann Thompson, colored. Only two.* n ■ v- ' -V 1 Citt Court—Charles Jayqnot, for abaaive lanpnage, $5 and tost*. _ . Richard Farisb, drank and disord erly, (Herniated «n promise to leave the eity. ■*; ;i 1 Mbanmess —A fellow applied tqfhe Recorder yesterday for a' warrant .Mgaioat a poor old woman, cnttrging her with atealing two bit? worth of. wood. The fellow ought to be ridden on a rail. .oi-s y? 1 •> i i • >T* ;i > Deaths of the Week.—Child of Mr. Abbot, 6 moa, conyhlsiopfc -child of J, Waofiington, colored. 8j daysJosephTerry, colored* 28r Yinah Lawrence, eolored, 70, dropsy; Mr. Paneymeyer, 60, consumption; ThoirEwir;g, 65pg6uejimprion. - : j Repairing. Workmen are ,eq gaged re...

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

Jfifc.. .jh'jjbl*..- ^agahr-sr^-^ ^ *%•->- -njoG THE TELEGRAPH. ' it in W. 9> WEBB, Proprietor. •Babseribsrs toui of tonr issues will greatly I by letting as know) promptly ol any filiate I their papers, u It will help as to findout, Isssinttlr ^pnston, September 8,1870. SC; ...ivii- i .->-.• i- i ' •'. -i ~ • JOV If you Triih to bay an excellent and cheap{piano, call at this office. See advertlBenient. r< •«. < •>• ]a j^|.. •■• ■■ '' cp See card of Mr, H. D. Taylor, a very ' ' Worthy to an, devoted to business and 'ttaliabl*' Ydo can depend on Aim. i?y V y-,r >-■ t£J£di± • : *. Tbetlme waewhen men In public ;«btttions 'ill Texas worked for the -<u iood bf' tlie State—the time is, when, Biatfy^f thenr' work alone for the f>,V.^f^emselv<8. ' ;" ".«! ' ftead add consider the 90th Section 41 Bfi%'3fd article of the Constitution, 5 jam! tell us bow the 0bllector at (ial- ^yo^fqn and the Diijtric^ Clerk of that ' * anty,can be Aldejmen of that city •o jawiho...

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