There are no newspapers from this period in existence. There were newspapers being published here at this time, but not many of them survived. There are a few random issues of some of the older newspapers on microfilm in Austin (Richmond Hornet, Telescope, Four Corners, etc.)
The microfilms at the Genealogy library in Richmond start around 1912 or so with the primary local newspapers (The Texas Coaster and Rosenberg Herald). In all early newspapers, obituaries were uncommon unless the deceased was a larger than life figure. If this is the case, you might have some luck checking the Galveston Daily News or the Houston papers. I'm sorry to say that you probably won't have any luck with your search. The chance of finding these obits would be slim.
I hope this helps. Good luck with your search.
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