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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 20 July 1870

,1 TELEGRAPH. kstabi ishkd im. HOUSTON, TKXAfc, WKOINKSDAY, JULY 20, 1870. NO, 9«. Texas. ' Infoiuniioii lor Immigrants. W* am constmitly r***tviii* tatters < ( lanain _mc#ruiUK tta*#, iu priMluctlAUM. the pries o I Una, and other upon vtncli per- iods who think of cli« j(itiK tli«*kr tucnt^ dtwin* In- ton " sr., tornifttlou. Vfct* i rop« M* HiinwiM'tiii: ihe < mlb AKKA aati*f*ctort1)r km pomkH.u. n, I. iOqUhlttM the NpHiw Ht our Th« portion of Tmm laid oil into eoutitl** com- prtMM ft urrttuivol IUMM* hqUAie mtlfh. ami It In ttttluuVed that the tri rllnry not h*i luid off InclmlfcM m&ft *iu*m uil«n more, iit&kiiur ;t totm «>| yt*,GH4 •fiur* iuIIm* lp oor aem\ripiloi wh confine out H«)l?eH to the portion include iu tin* otytulKHd oouotioMot lit* tfUtlv. Other portlooN nm> ultimate* Iy becointi v*iu*t>l« lor niinerHl un«l h. riruitural wealth, hnt at pren«*t.t Uie U<uiutnHi«ts unit other uoruadiu triUsusn UiIm teintory lor then limiting grounds. r ~ * D1VIHI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 20 July 1870

* W w& [ •' V Hounton July 81 1870. TIN> wan, N«nr IT ••«< Oor Legislature I mm; rak took u virtuous fit, anil <cUir inrtl *o ap poiui Rnnmidnt to investigate chirgM of bribery Mid corruption After ilMtpini ow it they d^rmlnwl to dioiMtnao <rlth tlx* investigation > TMelnlM lh" resolution iV iwf • We iMt week received a beaml- lai look. ul cotton front Mrs Bor mj'i plantation ut Sandy Point. Mr. W. 11 Bornoy writes us that they have suffered for want of .win. Tito oorn crop ia seriously injured Cot* too bat not aaffornd mi much and picking will soon begin In good ear* neat. No damage ha* been done by the wortna. ' In refereeo« to tlio nomination of James Maateraon aa Judge of tliia Diatriet (I0tb) composed of Harris and Montgomery eonntiea, the lloos- ton Union sejs: •'We traat and do not doubt Ins nomination will be con Brined." There ia no donbt of the fact that hia nomination baa given satisfaction to men of all parties and l hat they earnestly desire hia confi...

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

71 TELEGRAPH. KsTABt lsiu;i> \h:U. HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1870. NO, 97. T^XAS, Infoimaloii lor Immigrants. W* nre rmmUnlU iHcrivinn letter* «>f inquiry concernm* Tn*n . Um MtiH.c.liiiul*', pro.iuctn.uN. tlio urlee ol oluer oultjHctN upon v* IiU'Ii i ur- N4iiiN win* tlilnk ol I'liuiiNiiitf ihi'ir tiiiuiim ilf.'.irf u«- foriu*lMill. VV«• rup H« HUhMprliiK llit.w in<iuirl N AN it* poXMlti.H III lilt* H|>Ni'K *| Olll ARKA. Tin* portion of Tut an lunl nit Into CMiunt ten eoin- pHM rt a territory ol f%,29ii nquHif niil«*. ami lit* «itftlni*l«Nl that tbf territory but mo Ui.l ••fl inolinlHH /tf.lMi equtfciv mllei* luol'*, iiihUIiic a lotal ol mi'uiiH nut** In our tlrHcnpiioii h iwintiut* our iwItmk to H*h portion lueluiicl in tin* orgHnlml coiiuit** Ol tin ntnlti. Olb«i port tuns in&> iiltlmntw iy Imtioun* valimnlf lur mineral ami klncuituial w«'nlLli« but at preMxi.l (lib Coins orli.'x ami otlittr iiwinatlic trilu'h uho llnx it*jr.t« i it r ill.mr liuntin* D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 21 July 1870

••v A THE TELEGRAPH. W. II. WKBB, rnifkw. Mlawltm i«*m tlirmtlmmm will «r*tli a* Of U>UIM ■•••u«|i a>tur <* ur hllai* Mi fun. u II will *•• «' i W«"l "v. ■* Honnton Jnly 21; 1870 The pre** of Texas, an fur w we bate wen, U Dtianimou*ly lo favor of •II liikUka, unrolling iu the militia Tbe CuHKreM of (li« United State* my yet disappoint Um> Tes*a Radi- cal* iu iluir *cheme to ii w no alec tlon of CongrfMBu-iin tbla Call. The name of Sen. B. E. Lcs aa President of Washington College la a sufficient recommendation. Texas apprecialeti it by sending ber sons to . bis eare, and not one of them edu- cated there, will ever do dishonor lo the noble Prealdent, wbo treat* tbem as a father. Sue ad vertisement. In calling attontiou to the advor tisement of the Kentucky Military In- stitute, all will recognise in Colonel Alleo, the former popular and ac eomplislied Supei intendent of the Bastrop Military Institute in this Stale. Col. Allen lias lew equal* as an educator and those, who...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 22 July 1870

1 i! i telegraph: KSTAIIi IISHKI) I8.M. HOUSTON, TEXAS, KRIDAY, JULY M, 1870. NO, 98. TuiXAS. Infoiuuion lor Immigrants. W« nri< ouuatautly receiving litter* ul inquiry courerulutf Tela*, iU m tl. climate. prodiicttoiiM, the pruv ol laud, aud other Minji-ou upon which per* muiih who think of ebaugiti|f their home* demie in- formation. Ww propone ttuHueiiujt IiuquirieM KM millsTitClOl II) *h pOtOiili.e iii tliH «PHC|< at ollr AKKA. The portion ol Teian laid of! into couutiea com- pritiHM a territory oi i%,JW Nquate mliem mid it in t attmated tlut the territory not mo laid oil include* 7y,UH.4 a<|UHre u;llee more, lualiinu a total ol *bh,t>fc4 Mqmtre MiiieH. In our ileeortpilou we oouHno our MolveN to the portion tuciuded iu the organized countien of th ntate. Other portions may ultimate- ly become valuable fur uilueral and agricultural wealth, hut ut prem-nt the UomanIi«*h au.l other nomadic triliee umo thin teiritory lor their hunting sroandM. * DIVISION. IV ia* In natur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 22 July 1870

fHE TELEGRAPH. .«. m. WKHH. Pntrtowr Mm, hH(U *•' •• «« IKUl Souaton, till ,kf h July 22, 1870 Tba Fr«ffeaaire OMnaeriMy I i alnglo " valley of dry bone*" life in It. Pacific Railroad in a Work barmooloaaly wiUi bat M*e Ibo money of the Wo woald like to mo o legal argn- MBi agiinat tho right Of the State to M appropriate" lauda. for wo bare not Menone, that k—9 amatteriug of ar Col. GUIeapie, eorrwpouding from Aoatia to tiio Houston Union, revive* tbequastltataeo'-Wbo ia Bluntf We do not think tho world will roller if Blast abeald never be known, bat oar jadgment ia, that lie lived in IIoaMoo, wrote in Honaton, and that no aian living, ban a bettor right to kaow, who bo ia, than Col. Gilleapie. ,i ) 1 wew i — • There ia great fear In the public nlnd that the Governor really in tenda to make hia State Guard# out of the colored raw. and thia very ap preheoaiou will prevont many white aieo from volunteering Ir. it. But let eveiy man liable to duty, enrol in the militia, u that it may b...

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

V JBiVING TELEGRAPH. kmabl inhwi) ih:u. houston, texas, Saturday, july 1870. Ti'iXAS, Inittiu a'ion •« liniiil)>riiulH. Ws'ai'o constsutlv riH'MK I in* nl in.|uiri puui'tfiuliik 'foititi lti< iiro.luftl<>iiH. lUt« uru'ti ImImIi and Ml I •)<*•'In U frliU'.li | «*r 0UUM wU" tlllllU ol I I li|{ llll'ir lltllllHM lli'Niri* III r<ilU! tiOU. HOHHVltllU IIicm* I|..|||I|Un kaUh'jwAOI'iU' am ) uHhitilf lu iIn* H| Hr * mi our AURA. Tlii* portion ol !'*&&<< I'll.I oil into coiiuttaM com nria«# a territory ol iHn.Jtti miiihh* mi «• . awl It in t-h11iuhl***! tl>* t tin* tto'i'ilory not MO laM «*11 iim-juiImm ?y IK'i mnaiv h.iI«h iiiort*, oiakloHH una! ol VOH.ti:t n./imrr inii*"*- 111 u||i* dew.riptloii wo lumlino out mcIvm* t° Portion unlinJi-u In liit* ortfitulKt*U cmnlleH of tin MUlt*. oilier Hirlluua ma) ulliiualt- lv lw«omi valuahln lor uiliuual itn*l iu ricultural «vcultli« l>u' llt prenci.t tin* I'oiii&inlo** ami other n«iuia<tlf IrlltcHUHu Ihm ...

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

Howtor. July 0- 1870. Keflng#, of IjmMhk*. to HlMij 10 tb* thank* of oar eltisMw far Ms enarlray in collln* «l in IT. s. BmmIo tbct Hooa* Wll maklof • port of H-.; l| ' ' I Look ol tli« art adv^rilaemrot of Boorj SbrrfllMf "nil a«w how lio to dorottfeft HlowoH t procoring in* ehioerjr itwt ao many ni*«l. K*a om- fcar to* tbftt h* offria yon no apnrU oh oittolm. ____ ' A (MnJ Governor will novor look to tfco wMim of moo who aoek atone to a^irftMO themaciUea and tholr own Mlflab end*—be will woigb tho rffsets ot Ms Mta, and pnblle Hn« olono will bo lito golds. A fovolntlon baa broken oat in Honduras. Prsskkmt Medlna.-sn odoeotod Indian—to In frvor of rail- roads. Bat tbe sasjority of Ilondar- Mia don't think wltb bin, and bave oooaaqnontlj united to overthrow Medlna'a government. At last ac- eoanto. Medina, with <100 aoldiera, wy In * close place. By the new funding bill wlifcli passed Congress ju« before adjoorn- ■ntt T«na to entitled to an addition ef #2,092,144 to i'a preaent cu...

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

Ml ^41 ■ b,u I 'loi li 'j j bun 'vjiiii • *wt ifi l - if? t IIK«M ; ♦ 'Jr.tl ri 1 li'ii t ui III hi-M' 1 III#. ill I' n Ml TELEGRAPH. ESTABLISH HI) 1834. HOUSTON, TEXAS, MONDAY, JULY 24, 1870. VOL. XXXVI- Hat Ian-Is ml fi Vfi H. TuiXAH, Inloi ii si ion for liniiii^mut#* W« *r« couhUullv rtHwIvlujt letters of looulr* OUIK ^rullltt It* Moilil'ttllUtf, Pl\ JUCtioilM, III* prif* ol ImQUi «nher «■ upou which | «r moiim wlio think ol cUaiiMtiiti tU**ftr I*t fi«i-i4 ttrrtirt* Id formation Wf | ropom aimwiMUi* Mt«**« Iumu lilts aM HAtlN'iU-IOrllv HM pOKMil*;? tl,,. 4^, at our * AKKA. TL« portlnuot 'IV*** laid oil Into rouutloK com prittiM m territory of Itto.fttt Miuttir iqlicit, ami It 1m «MtIiu&t*t thftt tbtt territory uoI #0 Ul.« ,.ir Iuclurics 72,'JHi Htiiiaro M.iiMH mora, tuukintf* total ot Vt*6,0t 4 •qitm-e nilH** In our dyKcrtiMiou wf ooottiut our to tliH portion Included in itn« ot*«rftlilv.«4 couuH**moI tin flta***. tltlmr portlonHjiuay ultimate |y taootne vninitDl* for mineral...

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

Hon*ton, July 25 1 870 Tk* WmmMmm Mill. Washington, JnTy I3.-Th«f«tl«i . ia Urn Panning Bill aa agrot-d on by ili« Cnuiailt'iw ot Oonfownw aud ewaearrml in Uj both II<iua> w-d*) : An Aet to An'horist* the tUfundinj: of tb« Niiiuovl Dubi. . 0* It if#.. TIi« I|m H^rn Ury «f the Troiitm ry In ItHrohy iutli ri> fcvd to tawie, in « w or wiw> ww ' «UMdii)f in the twoliun dtod millions ol dollar*, ooapoii or regisUM«*d bond* of tbe United Htntee in aoeh form n h > tuov puneribo, oud of denomination* of Ittty dollars, or • M multiple of llmt aunt, redpeuia bio In coin of tbe prwwut ataudnrd valne, at (be pleasure of the United States. aftor too yeara from the dato of tbeir itaao, ud bearing interest payable semUsnuqally in snob coin at the rate of Ave per cenium proini* 1 an i olio, a uai, or same. not ex ceedlng in the aggregate three linn dr*d millions of dolhtrs, of like bouds, the same ia all respects, bot payabl* at the ploaaure of tbe United Htatea after fifteen year* f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 26 July 1870

TELEGRAPH. EST A BUSHEl) 18tf4. HOUSTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 2(5, 1870. NO, 101. 'I fjX A S, ImI'oiii n ioti f« r li.iiiilnra.tts. W« are noiiRUnil> rw*>\\\ g ii-tter* of Inquiry conctrtiUu '• ^ climate. pt.Htintl.mm tl,„ ir<c«o. land, nut) other MiliJ'Mitn iiimmi which pur* ho oh wUo think ot iimir lu.ir. N iU"tir« tu- f.>r,.i u-u. W« propose suHWcrtn* thnw tii<iuitlfM *.* HiiliPta'ionly an ponMfili. ih« *|nu-,* %t our (tiApOMil. AKKA. Thi* port'on or Tuxm lud oil Into county* com l in« a territory oi lWi,iW> nqua t* m: «w. uuM it in e tUn:iietf that tlm territory not mo lai<l nil inoUuien 7tf,38:i ^iuaiM u.H* more, uoiktu^a toUi of WMffi H'juaiw hiIImn, In our (lehi*.rlp\l>ui we tvnline ouv intfc* to the portion mcludeo m th« oiyanUeU eounll i of th« utal. , Other iitrtioiiH mas ilLmiulf* ly become mill a me for mineral Hie! x. ricuiluir.l wealth, but ut pixtMii ilia Cotoapi:he , mhI utliei- n< mi'he. trihen uhu this te. ntory lor their himtiu^ urouiidv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 26 July 1870

Houston July 80 1870. TbtwIarW oadot u Wmi MdI •ompldfred that tb« atbar hoys played tricks aa hi* Mad Cm|>*n bee «p- pointed a eowaiitUM to investigate tbe |ri «nc«. Hon- that a Governor A «!««••! boa Id alwai • !«'¥ * ; v: ■ i ys he thoroughly aatisfied plaoe blm-eif io ibo unploaaent po*K tioa of "Mftiag bU own word*." Jnot notiee bow ibo Radical paper* mlarepreernt tbo poaition of tbo Tat- bobaph. It ie all to aeare off Repub- licans from uniting ia tbo people'e ■owMtt, and to oneoarage fira eat lag Dam or rat* ia tboir tolly. Watcb I How can 8. T. Bnby bold two of- ftoeaf How ean bo bo a member of tbo Legieiatere and at tbo aarne tiaao a Notary Poblle of Gelveeton t And, aeiabiaeaae. ao la every other in wMoh membera of the Legislature haw been ototbed with other officea — r Tba Red River war baa oloaed. The act of tbe Dominion Parliament baa been accepted by Ihe people of Pembina.* Riel and the other mem- bers of tbe Provisional Government retire, %nd order again reign* amo...

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

Evening telegraph. EtfTABl ISHKI) 18,'*4. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1870. NO, 10S. •t' m Ti^XAB. Infoimatiou for IiiiDiigmiito* W 'w« cno tanlly r*e«ivin« l®tt«rn of Inquiry ooucMrtilnir Imxhm, iu M*tl,cl>iu*tH. pro<lurtt..0M, tU pricit ol knd, fttitl other HUlijHftN upon whlflb u«r- MoiM who tliluk ol ctiHiiKinK UiHr horn** a^irw In foiinfttiou. WnpropON* ibei-e Inquiries am H*tlH? ctorlly an pr.Hhlhl.' In tin* NpacH at our OIINOM], A KB A. Tlie portion «f Tuxas laid ofl Into countIws com- piiii«sa territory ol i%,iw hquaiv miivs. ami it u ustlniauwl thai tin* territory not ho lahl oil idcIu*I«s TiJH'j square u.iles uioih, makln«& total ol 26M,Gl<4 iMiiiart) wiles. lu our de*oriptt ii we confine our •hIvch to,the portion Include! 1n the organised counties of th« atate. Other portions may ultimate* ly become valuable lor mineral and agricultural wealth, but at pres#*ut the Oomancben mid other nomadic tribe* use this teiritory ior their hunting grounds.) DIVISI...

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

p HR; ■v- ' :$U ■;mmm Honnton, July 87 1870 W* all T> * to abow m DuiMnt, «bo Imi «m lamed Bad leal in Tmm V* challenge *11 Texae to shew a eonaistent white men, who bus vw t umd Radical in Tmm*. fwfc Wehave watehad carefully to ■Ingle anti-Badleal paper in Texas, which adfiM* afilnat nil lia- ble. enrolling in the militia. ' Not oao, that doee not urge all to do It promptly. We challenge all Tcxa* to ahow oa any white man, who may tarn Badh Ml In Texa* within one year from thla day, who will not within a year alter h!a defeetion. either aaeare oraeek aome office. It la impoallble for an enlightened patriot in Tesaa at thla day, with all the lighta of Badiealwn before him, aa they shlno In Tesaa, to forsake hia prineiplea and go over to tlio Radicals. A while buck, before that party made •nth a pyramid of odiooa oppressions, wo admit It was possible, bnt not now. It la a treat pity that the Bsdloal press had not preached the pub- lie flrtne, with which they are now fall, before t...

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

.1 71 telegraph . ESTABI 1SHEI) 1884. rr~cr HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1870. NO. 'l'r;XAB, liifouiiu toii far lounigrauta. a,-,-,- GOUriUntly rvcHiviuit Itjttuo ol Inquiry "*r„tn« T«uui. It", production.. the •JCrLr tornl. w 0,1m" uixiii which per- P'~; wi,0 tliiiik ol rliHUKiun iimlr Ijoiumi daairn ill- •SJJiou. %e propone an.werlim tliew lnquirle* jjp|tl«! «uirll suable lu tin- Kpmie at our AHHA. ■ .. nortloo ol Teian laid oil Into eonntl«« e'liu- Tr* £\territory <>r IH i, 9 «qu.i« tune*. auil It In ' .f tbut territory uot no l M oil Include! S!i\u aauaru mile" more, ni.klnna total of HBH.tM niVe iutieH. I" our deacnpllon we oonltne our w, *' the portion included In tlm orieaulKed Julie" ««f tl" SI*1'"' Other portlona may ultlinale- i tln'onie vaiuibli for uiiiieral and agricultural .itii but ut pr.wut the OomaucUeu aud other niidlo tribe* uh thin territory lor their liuntluic pound*.' D1YIH10N. . u |inaturally divided into two general dlvla ' About one-fourth of Ita...

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

■ atmtmmm The telegraph. W. M. WK1IK. IY«*r *M r. UViHrilNtlt'llAlKiM or C«R rmpHmm, mMkfct a KaJtral l Ikr wrkMl am. .iialim.JlwDiiM. _ I1HI DMrlMM u|mu( lM*r ImUw n« nw) | o l>Ilr • «!•!• • «•*«• thatr 11 «W *•• ■ «o "««• i • nan* ww I Mlamaikx HoQituO July 28( 1870 Hm tbe Daawerallc d*«f party uo wls- Radioal* hovo no hope of the fntore ■Ml therefore they live alone lor tbe Will the DenofcrMf ofTexaamaln tain the dead iaeuee of 1888 to iU own deatroctlon t Shall a few Democrats, who have ever proven thomaelvoe unfit to lead, —who have never letI to a victory — now lead u to defeat 1 Shall we by attempting to maintain the "dead Issue*" nt 1808, in the face ol I be warning given u* hi the Dem- ocratic members ol CongreM, drive from us tho Democrats of the North, and thereby ruin our parly in the Booth forever f What think you, people, of a No legged Democratic party, wlthoot wiadom, without any talent in its leader*, sighing alter the Flesh Pota of Egypt* looking back like Lota ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 29 July 1870

Of, lol 11 - UJ ill | iih . is ii- nil |wiili lie lie. l ven w:u 4 JIH — II Ot toi - iiiih lie ■ill td, [lieio |lliO| <•> till* uu- AVilv |1 ol lwfito Jnijil- .nu- ll. Unt- ie- I'd li lull \v< lll.lf lianu Iv Ol ; |tiim<> ; in i In-Ill |i I In ;irtf ] |<"i- |'v hiv j I'M It, I tfiich | |co 01 | liicl |lZlllp ■ ih Wlli | tit h l Ik ii if, ..lid |i.ort- li t 1 J Iivii- |h Ills lilt- If. liian • lyoui fcrnt; in- In 11"' * a I liltm I ■ in- lush I'd,.'ii l" " ill- i , i|< | one the ii till | H 11(3 (le Ih'll-I 111 i Hi |H"! 111* i |i (in | I\\ liny, j i lie lion n- 3 lull i [ llcitl lvt'll | ■if! II • It ion | lol 4,l M\- < > I I'll- RAPII. 1 USTABLISUEI) 1834. houston i exajs FRIDAY vol. XXXVI sir^ As TheTelegrapl\. VRANI'l. TtiXAB. Inftinia ioii lor Immigrants. cooatautl, raoelvtu* letter* o( Inquiry " MOlu« Texan. It MitU-llaie).. production.. tlic "Siol land, •nd other .ubjeet* upnu which per- tliiuk ul cbau*iu|g their tinuifh desire lu- KX.IIOU. We KrOMOM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 29 July 1870

'tlUM'lit I # II# T | THE TELEGRAPH. |1 B 1 ® W. w. WKKK, FrtfhMttr m MM «f (Mr lm I mi «I*UT aa«T MOM* Mkw>*| rMB|rtlt ol •■) hllai* tn IMI imm*. — " vtiJ <M>ic "• • '' Hom*tonJ iuly' J?9, 1870 The G*lve*ton paper* uptiak in high tmmd of the appoint men' of John H, Rhea im Marshal of that city ,ii-n it - i * ■' ■ ' Merely because a man's whin Is Maek, doe* not qualify him for an offlos, bat Governor Davl« don't he Hmk . ,■# - - i The Sen Antonio Horsed *ays that np to II* report, only one negro had enrolled Ip tlio militia, the others enrolled, having volunteered in the Stale Guards. As w* expected Prom the Austin Republican, we loam that only one man had paid the exemption fee from militia duty, and he Js colored man, who gave as a reason, that he did not, with to fight Geo. Reynold* ha* Indicated to the cilizsn* of flair Antonio that Head q^Kh^rs 'Will Moo'n be established at t|§£ city anjl that suitable govern meet buildings will be erected. 8iv tub jpiof .rrTho prospec...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 3 August 1870

[f V*. • UN ! tlSFA. 1 i i. %. f "V I1 K 1 "r > m m fgsTAKI iNliliU 1834. HOI'STOIN, TKXAJS, WEDNESDAY, AlKilJN'l INTO. T fXA b, iiiloi inu'loii linuiigmiit*. , OKI •on.Bi, rt, till. :ica fr v., *1- h .„ . . . pmw.lfa.BiltW.tMtb* li.tiaml <«.,a«n. al otiuwi ! i upr'"r''J , uni oi the mum iWiiauiu. J .if.' JfH*I.. r.r«..r« - „ wHilUult, n* ivl«r Mi.r, irt „Mair, ** luir i^Mii lt Mil prouucllouil. thr to^'f i-uil. a "l Mi'ij.vU bi'uu , (.r- I^ShothlnU « r chutitfltiK tti*lr hiro*'> drinlr>- la- *°vt Ton. \Vh Mn iM 'r *un «r i 4: tLt>,tf timuinvu * p *wll i« In thr hi k<v u cnr Attfcl A. ... ,„>rtiooof 1>*H laid nil into couLtimi uoiri- territory .«f lHtf,«ft H '4juau- mil#-, aud It 1 i,r thai IJ'* t*n ,t,or> uot '•< laid i-II" lui'lud** "•''JrifllUlr telle* imoIV. makioira lolul of DtfK,C84 ^LZi'*. " ",ir ' plior tor 11.,mi. arr trull -il"- « ""l '"«« v «u- ..I tt,., uu.. TII ii' rt*«o thi irioii^. W . n;w M.I j x od .t al ul>oui cotto*' i.tw-AUH*- Cor...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Telegraph — 3 August 1870

THE "TELEGRAPH. ii W. U. tt'KKH, rntprtofr. K 5 SB- ■ Hi I' %mt at mu mi ■Hi mtut «>Mii — *r nm*a —>*« ■ n—HW —r hit*™ a until IWt ,■ * ■ m H vtit WfWti Satnat. Houston in oit 3 1870. Mr. Surd, KlIrM from tlw Slate Gssette. Col.Victor W. Thompson b DOW M>i« rfltnr and proprietor of that paper. Oar exchanges front Northern T U ■peek of the appearand of the cotton worm In plantations on Red Blver. As tbie ia their first appearance it la not improbable tbat the gr.ira worm baa lien mistaken for the cotton The Germans are holding meetings •II over' the United State*. lM tti to express tbalr sympathy with Prnssla aud to raise funds lor tbe sick, wound ed, disabled and the widows and or- pbana tbat tnay be caused by the war. 'All this, is to thoir honor, and anstaina tho principle that tbe love of mother-country will follow nseve ry where. , -— ... 'I* , Our correspondent, Philom, Is mis- taken as to the appointment of a State Superintendent of Education. The gentlemen first nomi...

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