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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 April 1867

* lOrSTOX TELEGRAPH / 4- IV* All thuae who ant brauilr, wine or wliinky ••|iunches." Lot or told, apply at Dowhri^'si "Bask." HOUSTON. APRIL 19. .867 THE CITY. w T iui'aij(<. til Triu- ni ne* in «eo r l. fjlo SAM STthVES, 41 Maa I Strwt. Bl'SIMSS .NOTICE*. IU.IM. Tliu U a lar^c sum of uiout-r, aud tlie ti^ures look attractive. It ia iu the i>lut|x* uow of a grdml |>rr eutatiou eutertaiuiueiit, to li* given by JU> ri llartnau, lav lor A: C liaj'iuau. iu the city of iialvt**loti, ou tho 1th of the coming May. TL<-tickets are fi eai-l. .mil every oue uu a cliuucc to obtaiu a uiv^uiticeut price. Mr. Taylor will visit \>aw«l. The cv.ilcut'e was tbe Mine M that ! Houston iu order to dispose of tickets. For already published iu this coluiau ou the j urtlier particular* see advertisement. ** ' Criaalaal Curt. Yesterday wonting i'rtriek Sullivan was tried for an aggravated assault on a fellow I aborer nauied Thomas Sestou, with a sluug shot. The latter was laid up for a uio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 April 1867

m ii ♦ w r, * iSt-fa \ K—quit TCUOCT OW THE A iummuL run .!*•* M •V The X«w T«k V«U ni Herald feOowiaf special die |'+> Pasm. April 1.—The fleet Pern UatvendllbpiHitiMi wm. formally i ai. Bondu. The daj m JCm| m a heUtUj by the entire " *%5&. • ^ k* the tiae of the fntaal. theie were 5,000 ^MtMalwiie.' Outaide, along the Cbi ttTri*«?r 8ei e, and ee all the HHe rfw> fee atewad paria. at leaat oee bandied thousand people had aaMmbled. There weie 5«ht theaaand policemen on duty, and the older waa exetlient. Evety carriage in Parte «ee«a to be employ fltttjlmeji to aad from the build ^ifce anmadeof and aronnd *be ex - bafldfeg ate ia a JUMotable ' eoofoHoo. Wa|ou and ban rarrjing away j.—-m.fc whan the Emperor ar- ivod. I aside the hnOdiag waa the ETerywhere debris. Not .. the bk4i w opened lit Se ■t rf subs In the host order. Next to that the tosi". .the English. AM the department* W^be°Ame^ n department is one of the most ineompleie, aad the eom- misaooers. exhibitors and Am...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 April 1867

THE HOUSTON TELEGRAPH HOUSTON. APRIL 18, -807 T ii i: CITY. A Sml Acrldeut. Nijjht be lorn ln t, nt tlio Do lliivt-n jicr- i'nriiii iiot>, us a man iiaiueil Henri' WiirUUug •was porforiuiiife' the tVut of bearing a stone weighing OiHI |huuhU upon bis breast, anil perniitting men with hammers weighing lil'leeu pounds to beat it with ul! their hMcngib, liii bauds aud feet gave way and the ponderous mass crushed him to the stage, breaking his 4th, <nli aud 6th ribs,ami injuring severely his bead. The services of l>r. Breckinridge were called ill at once, and at last accounts, the patient, although veiy low and prostrutcd, it was expected would re over. Wurhling came here, we are in- t'ormed, under an engagement to light a prize tight, aud he volunteered his services to the l)e Havens, aud was not a member of that Troupe. The accident was a sad one, i i nu ring, as i( did, amidst a world ul' laughter and a night of comical enjoyment. Tlie t'r.iiln:il i'ourl. To day, Stuart, the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 April 1867

* -Si CO z ca r-i. ■TMUI" Tenanc* Carrol, of Andover, Mms , recently beat out the brain# of Ins wM i^Hb * flat-iron. lie had rtomly beaten Lis graudeliild, and bU wife's lemoostrancea at hU cruelty ' sMulted in her death at bis baud*. Carroll i« pver 50 years of age, aud is •apposed to be partially iusaue. lie was committed tor trial. The Great Eastern arrived at New York on tbe 9ib inst., after a passage from Liverpool of 14 days. The New York papers say tbere is but little in- tent; in the Exposition aud it is doubtful whether she will get her •ompllmeut of passengers or not. A Swedish naturalist has discover- ed that infects are fabricators of iron. They spin, like silk worms, a kind of ferruginous cocoons, which constitute the mineral known as lake ore. A Conservative Convention was leld in Nashville, Tennessee recently, at which a colored speaker, who had served in the Federal army, said that the Southern man, was the negro's best friend, aud that their interests were identical...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 May 1867

v ,<a.> MMNMNU . 9 TRI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXXIII—NO 26. HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1867. WHOLE NO. 4681. Auction and Commission F. E.Lubbock 6c Son, auctioneers A>D c o M M L S S 1 0 X 31 E It (J II A X T S Ho. 61, Loug How, Main Slreel, HOUSTON, EX AS. egu'ar Salt? Dajh, MONDAYS. WB0NESD.VY4, AND FRIDAYS ItV<). LEAVE to say to thflr 'rli;mi« and thn public that they do exclusively a Commission Business ami tlmt from tlinlr exti'inivi! acquaint inee theyart ei'*- tiled It) addition to tboir Auutiim Silea to sell largely at private aale. Spivial «a|p«of Hor«s, Mules , Oattlfl, Furniture anl Meich.nduo will bemaiie at any moment wlieu r* ques'di. They will also, when do.siriibl*ell p'op Tt of any description in an part of the city or adjacent thereto. titrlot at'eutlon wi A be ifiven to ho selling of prop- el ty for lixecutors. A.mlulctni ors. i I'U^tee*, **c. Ity n one application uml prqiuptiwaa they hope t" nitrtt patn ua.e. * A'lvaiioes made on Const isninonta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 May 1867

Mil ♦ • HWUM to-day than Hi old maxim Im been forgotten la the bat eavenyeara at military «Un*A W1 p™ «rasa X on this antyeet, or the/ will at U> wield the yw«t which w«S5r5wS?&li*y arm ; from over them will leave ia their MW: Wtl V** ■« Ki KisAfsaa m for are the i of its very Itfj . of time and of m Hi Wl.™ > nrtlda to him aader the juror's to we bare forbooe to meddle—f< lag. npon a single careful raadiag oi these strangeljrinvolved and at odious npon •ever*! hare made and that the TBI " M0QKUT " AUaVMMNT. r 0 kfa ^ ■ .. ' . * • Those who Argue that our civil of- fleet* should resign, and make way iftthe offices of the State to be by military appointees, seem to looae sight of several important considerations. One is, that this vol- untary removal is precisely what those wU|b who seek to obtain the fulj^con- trol of the administration of the civil affairs of the State. . This "wish most have some speclll designs, and those designs cannot be entirely friendly to the in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 May 1867

y * • ? ♦ ♦ * I * Hotels, Boarding, &c. NEW YORK HOTEL. EW YORK CITY, THE fopartrieraliin heretofore esia'infc: un it r tht- firm of (J ran hi on At tlildreih. 1* dia «dv*d b in u'' «• n*e t. The bu^Ut*" wll He mrrW 011 by Mr. D. M* lli.dreth, alio 1« Authorise! to * gn the iv-ine ul Lu tirm in liquidation. CBAOTt« -*. I). M. HlLOHilH. New York, Jau. 14th, 1 w#ti. MR. D. M. IllLDKETH. formerly propiiotor of the S*t Charles Hotel, New Orlcana. having Wc me the sole leasee of theatmre well known and popular eh- tahliahment tak«*s the present oc #slou to a-iure his Southern friends aud the public generally, that no paiuH or expeuse will be m pa red iu hi* effort# to *uk- tain lt« well earned reputation as one of the mo* comfortable hotel* In the country. apSdtwtf Si. Chat Ken Ile*tauranr, OYSTER SALOON & CONFECTIONERY. Main Street, between Preston auil Prairie, IIOl>T N, TEXA-. WE have fitted up the aboee eatab'lshment at irr*-nt omi, and arc fully prepared to kmisty nil ton...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 May 1867

PfrlPf' : hi jr* Pit mutm ;,0 ' E<3 ms:-;-ym ■■'fts&w* Hkh ssssssa 1 III,II. Koustoa, Xtj 17th, 1867. gg|K* ' Wr: l^'T; : Up' i Ki; ;•*)'. it-, A / m' y~- ' .... . ^ >]■£ jjp b': EStv'"" j' j. J ' ¥ ■ :r# M1 m ' t '■ ■ f -v. Ju ; ** ijtiir v.iij : «*i w:;: ' M#, i: ▲ fcv«<Mr Jfor AnsatsMtolMt «f i ' tnrHli iisiiinfflh* iSf s. 7*Jr—.* "®ti2 300 Mmmo*, Mfy ir, mr. *. f*i V" ' ■ The riot la Mobile vm a torribto XI k directly attributable to W In our cnmt aitidM on tk nb- ject of Wheat. in which wnlnld down the position that the coast tiers of counties of our State are adapted to itacaltare* heto won invoked ihowing that wheat ie eoltirated wewafeUj, and with nearlyeqaai igreew, fertility of Mil and cere being equal, in alnott every climate ftoni the torrid to the frigid mm—in r"—ntrt whoM atmoe- eondltlsn and ia coantjriea physical geography are the diretMand opposite. It docs not, bovorcr, fellow that the diffenat kinds and varieties of wheat are suit- od to ovay diatriet...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 May 1867

* c I c c ) t THE TRl-WEEKLf TELEGRAPH. Houston, May 17t.h, 1867. To Adrrrliaer*. Advortiiertiii the bestowal of their favor* Kboulil bear iu miuil that tho Ti;i.i:iuui'ii ban the largest liroulatiou of any pupi'i' in Texas. It |Kiut)trutu« every village uail lmuili-t throughout the length ami hreuilth of tho State; which tukeu in eotiuection with till) fact that our rates have beeu materially reduced, utl'ords uii8ur|iu«i>ed in- Uuceuiouta. " Hide uot your light under u buuhel." • tin.l gout nibbled shrubs there, would fts if their tail feather8 ]m\ bw,u puli- ever suppose us to be a out, and the company taking the much less a Ch.Utian people? 1 cue from the c.untouance of their The red man venerates the restinir master spirits, soon dispersed. And THE CI T Y Another Fic Mo. The Baptist Sunday-schools of Iloaston—morning and evening—are to unite in a pic-nic to day. They will meet at 8 o'clock this morning at the Baptist Church. All connected with tho schools are invited to at- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 May 1867

TELEGRAPH. ®== may 10th, 1867. ,.7^-t t*j?i Atswwttagof the m&chanU of , on the 18th nlfc, the follow- > Adopted: TluU we will adopt the the United States m tbe mercantile tranaao- to the citizen* State • co-operation in thiibe- the aame rale town in the State a*twtef«|wto With the present of ewyeney in the interior, it an impoMibility. It is a to wwt with gnenback*- still oar m«lum. tih- Exactly; sod nnless some thing it ttM to prevent the export of ont wis.it will mod be "a rare thing to aee* with" gold And silver. We say, adopt a currency basis, and money will be firs times as plenttftal.—An- Eeoord. We bear it mooted among the far- > that there ere great fears for the 1 of the wheat crop if the wet eontinpes. We learn that ips wbnh were thonght to be lontTtrypoor. We in a short timo.-DaOat Herald. The Fsleedne Newt give* the fol- of a most atrocious r, perpetrated upon the person at an old aad infirm man, who for IjNpwjd months has been prostrated by aiseeis, and has n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 May 1867

THE TRI WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. PI O Houston, May 16th, 1867. T ELEGRAPH1C! Imcmtiary Sprerh ot Judge Kelly, of fa., at Mobile. IVia* AwtoclatftU 1' © Mohii.k, May 14.—A largo number of neuroes met to night at the corner of Government and Rovnl streets, to hear Judge Kelly, ot Pennsylvania. A number of whites weri also present. Everything was remarkably quiet until Kelly began speaking. lie be- gan bv saving he had come to discuss the rights of the negroes—rights to which thc'i wereoutitUd, and he bid defiance to all iuturnnitors and to the world, lie said that he had the 1 .">th regiment at his 1 ;i<• K, and if they proved iuade<|iia'e, the whole I'nited States ai my would be employed, lie continued iu this strain mmiic minutes, lining the same kind ol language and « xJ>i«11 iiieeiuliaiy >eutinitiits, which \\ ire calculated to invite lio- toils di'inoiistratiie.s. lie was i11 i• t rii|>tutl by a w liite man oil the outskirts of the crowd whom the police piomptly arrest...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 May 1867

i* I m M- * z A vsil'ffil' M *. r ■ ;!$ ic^ County correspondent of >> Jiftrioa JimpUeutt writes as fo 1- i regarding the Cuming interests eftkst section : , "Thunst iMMitjr of provisions £aa aTakeiwd the farmers np to a re- tohlilt of their diligence, and tliey •v patting in more corn than m4 nave determined to work see. The wheat crop, as a gen- is rather thin, baring been oat br the late freezes in The farmers are also sowing Uinhr of Hungarian glass; it is said 4m 1* better ap here than any other ■mi mi i Considerable ootton is also iniag flaeted. Corn is now being plaqghsd round, and looks well, the ■itisfl being generally good; the weofher continues oold. We have kad bat little pleasant spring weatb - We are in receipt of the first nam - "ber of the Jefferson Timet, and tako pleasure in placing it on our exchange list. This paper is a largo aud hand- somely printed ftheet, and its editori- als evince much literary ability. It. W Louglierty and A. D. McCutchnn are the edi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 September 1867

----- *":} - m ' . ••■■■" • J-' /..apTtft WHOLE NO, ima TEXAS, WEDNESDAY* HOUSTON, and Exchange. ..5V. The Indian YFajr. tter from Tena ^jgr>HS P. J. WILLIS ft JBO Si CHANCE£ spondence of the Daily Telegraph. ?BuiaERFORD CQCNTY, TENN., ..jfei*,v '-Sept. 8th, 1667. wrote you last, nothing^ of Judge Kinney o$the United States SJpecial Indian Commission, has just afrived in this city- from Port Phil. Keaijiej^ having \been absent Wnolsale-. Dealers G^peral *• -r-1- 1• -s- . Capital,^)QpOr--€iaii paM^Ul^Oft MSEGffA ISE, m INLAND BISKS, olidM coTcriBV PxdRuce by Aaetiori «t and buys and sells oak, Liverpool and AKBS i asueso and in - cnrrenov, valuable 'papers, etc., re- ve&aod insured la ibe. Company's vault, at low er$ha t&3 GeneralOo 31 8&&a*n he xi as Gold, ent .Mcf ny, organtoed with Home ntnSTO?<r • •># C.' UMU^bPBV/.'.' .V.V; ' ,.vK«S: RflTJfijl £ WSTEB. and Frank- tair lin streets, sT.noojs *> t LIFE IHSURARCE *0., *- - ••* - „ :rC> •«•:>. . * .z...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 September 1867

X J messa THE TRr-WEEKLF TELEGRAPH, Ekmstoa^fiep?ember 17, 1867. F« XH08C WHO KATE . M ^■•crroB,.. NO Att3rpert«pep, and we feel that it is our tluty to aay sofnething for the direc- tionjuid encouragement of oar friends *a the intenw of the State, w&o may happen to have jf&lam fever ^mQngst tbein; without My: one to assist them -who is experiencedHn the treatment of the disease. First of all, avoid the giving of much medicine. Let calo- oraei, blue mass and quinine alone.— The stomach should be irritated as lit- tle as possibly, and all. the strength pf the body should be husbanded. The next thing to be attended/to is, to take 'bold of the \case as soon as it mani- fests itself Let nof a raiment be lost. - . "J?- ■ If yon i £e where yellow feverjis, and begin^fo rfeel -sick in any way, look 'out, stnd .be on your guard.— ve mugtard, castor oil. orange leaves, or Ssome other materials for making a sweating tea, on hand, ready at a moment's cafi. Yog. may resist all temptatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 September 1867

New 1 ork. Gal ye ston. Proiess 1 on&l. BRANCH A. ABERCROMBIE, attorneys at law, HUNTSYILLE, TEXAS. i. B. KENNARD formerly of Anderson ...j. c, hct0hb80h .ionnerly of Va. KENNARD & HUTCHESON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Houston and Naraeota, jg . 5aul51y r. cuoear. a. w. merely. Crosby & Terrell, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Collections made in all part« of the State. Practise in the District, Supreme and Jed era) Court. OtBee—Morris' Build lag, Main street, Hewtou. , innel7dtwtf JF. Charles Hume, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Oittma)| Building t5 STRAND, GALVESTON. TEXAS. dtw T. TSL. WAUL, ATTORNEY AT LA W, OiEee—Heoiiey's Building, Strand, Galveston, WILL attend to all Leeal, Laxd and Collecting Business entrusted to him. *ill practice in the various Courts of the Countr and District, In the Supreme Uonrtoi tme otavs, and lb« United States Court at Galveston. Texas. *«arl8-6m a. p. & e. w. Thompson, Attorneys and Counsel#rs at Law, HOUSTON TEXA3. jff office, in TanAIstyn.'s Balldin*, Main Street. m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 September 1867

fSTTRI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. - j| CU TRACT, Pwbllahe*. Terms of the Ttle*raph: Daily, per year; $16; Tri-Weekly, $9; —Weekly, $3—U. S. currency. Houston September 18, 1867. TKEO. BXBING, City AgenJ PBESI9ENT APTD TflE BABICAL?) It is stated by the telegraphic dis- patches that the President has posi- tively determined to appoint General Steedman Secretary of War. The appointment "will not be made, it is said, until after the election in Qtpo .anils Pennsylvania. Gen. Gordon Granger ■will at the same time, it is stated, he appointed Commissioner of the Freedmen's Bureau in place of Gen. Howard. This looks very much . like the President intended to make thorough work in the prosechtion of the pro- grainme he has lately adopted. He h« allowed men to hold positions -which he had the right to fill who \ were diametrically opposed to his ad- ministration, and who, growing bold from impunity, used the very authori- ty which he could take away from them in a moment to help his enemies to break ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 September 1867

THE TRI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Houston, September 18,1867. THE CITY. JSortnary Report.* The followiug is the list of inter- ments for Monday, Sept. 17th, 1867, .as reported by the City Sexton : NAME. AGE. DISEASE. Col J D-O'Connel, — Yellow Fever. Charles Butler,, 4 " Ernst Eeil, 2i ^ " Joseph Zweib, 29 •' Wiley Beller, 21 •' Mr Dobbins, 28 " W H Kessler, U S A 27 " Henry Mack, (col)- 20 Eemit'ntfever "BCLindon, 24 Unknown. Joseph Shields. 26 •' ^ Total deaths 10; yellow fever 7; ~otber diseases 1; unknown 2 ; one colored ; one United States soldier. Dr. F. Has^nburg has removed his residence to the corner of Fannin and Prairie streets ; office at the City Drug Store of Schmidt & Ehrlen- meyer, corner Main street and Texas avenue. Rocker & Grone want a Druggist. Both these gentlemen are sick. ——The funeral of Col. O'Connell, yesterday, was attended from the Catholic Church, by the military and many citizens. The child of Col. O'Connell, a bright little boy of about 3 summers, is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 September 1867

3 TIB TRI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Houston, September 17,1867. Tho Exchange of Prisoners. The Southern Opinion of Richmond, prints the following heretofore un- jmWaTiWnetter from Gen. Ould: Confederate States War Dep't, ? Richmond, Ya., Jan. 24,1864. > To Maj. Gen. E. A. Hitchcock, Agent of Exchange— Sib :—In view of the present diffi- culties attending their exchange and release of prisoners* I propose that all nich on either side should be attend- ed to hy a proper number of their, •wn surgeons, who, under rules to be established, shall be permitted to take charge of their health and com- fort. I also propose that these sur- geons shall act as commissaries, with power to receive and distribute such contributions of money, food, cloth- ing, and medicine as may be forward- ed for the relief of the prisoners. T further propose that these surgeons ahall be selected by their own Gov- ernment, and that they shall have full liberty at any and all times, through the agents of exchange, to mak...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 September 1867

THE TRI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Houston, September 17,1867. TIH E CITVY. age. disease. 22 vello w fever. 29 " 35 31 •' ... Bead Udolpho Wolfe'%adver- tisement in to-day's paper. eakd Opexixg of my large and splendid stock of New Gocde, at my new stand,. No. 52 Main street, (store lately occupied by Henry S. Sox.) I am now ready, and will be pleased to wait upon all old and new customers. t sepll 8t SAM STERNE. i Io*tnarf Report. The* following ia the official list of inteijjients for Sunday, September -15 tit SiME. Joho^ister, Mr!" Regan, Dr; E N Covey, J H McMillan, William McCartliey,23 " Mrs Kath. Kirsch, 52 " Jferry Collins, 37 ,l _^€iss M A D Mahan, 12 '' William Dailey, 22 " L Yeflee, 21 " • Rev, Wm Ree3, — '• Robert J. French, 27 Mr. O'Neal, — Man unknown, — '' Maa-rrnkHown, — chronic disintery. John Flyncj 47, conjestion brain. Ed Jeriiiings, 25, hemorrhage. James Jamerson, 7, typhoid fever. John Lewis, fmc, 26, , <l Total deaths, 19 ; yellow fever, 14 other diseases 5; colored...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 September 1867

. .J- Th« Great -Tke Nation iguut the Paritaa and the Nigger. The result of tbe election in Cali- fornia is the knell of the Republican party, announcing the absolute re- pudiation by the people- of all^ the dangerous notions that constitute its political programme, as well as the repudiation of the dangerous men who are its leaders. Parties that no longer have the will of the people behind them may linger fee- bly on the stage for awhile, but their -end is not distant. When all the §uc- ' cesses of an organization must be se- cured by corrupt means, when its tri- umphs are <fue to bargains, not to in- nate force, when its purposes are not the people's purposes, it is evident that its real power is gone, and that itmu8t be hustled from the sight of the nation. The first President of the United States whose election was not an expression of the national will, but was a defiance of that will and the result of a bargain, was John «Quincy Adams. Before the people the decision of 1824...

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