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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 January 1866

'o \ A HOUSTO xxxi-m m EDNfi&t) A 5T, xAOTA3Y 10, 186a •v* UNITED STATES: f JSjtffaA ] I wiw ^ww* j IIS. Post Ovwck Departmknt, ? (, Wamhmgto*, Sept. 30,1865. J 8609. *From Bonham by Warren, Sherman, Macomb, Gainesville, and BmMEIbrto Montague, 1QQ,miles and back, twice a week. Leave Ban- t Monday and Thursday ft 6 a m, Gainesville next " * a, '"leave Gainesville Thursday at,6am, next days by 4 p m. . 9610, From Paris by Prairie Mount, Franklin, Ladonia, and South Sul- phur, to Green ville 54 miles and back, Greenville next day Greenville Tuesday Paris next day by 9 8685. From Quitman by Jordan'jf Saline and Canton,-to BigRock, 40 mile* and back, once a week, Leav® Quitman Monday at 0 A M, arrive at Athens next day by 12 M, leave Athens at IP *. Tuesday i Wfctdajrby 5 P M arrive at Quitman From Coffeeville by La Fay- Ville and iperryville to week* Leave C(jflhPille at 7 A M, arrive at Quitman back onee a- villeto Thursday i next day by IS M, leave Quitman Friday at. 3 P M, arriv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 January 1866

"that bat r State litt- i of the that tbe i who w in i who,' W t*r# of townr tbe I of treason, thero being no tto provision in the Constl- JJnited State*, "nothing L their illegal «ct« tley not be held rtwpoiuiWe, be- in disregard of the law, not binding on thtnr the people. By all principles of intematioual law, fore, the Southern people ore napoo dbiefer the seta of their State Gov rsao, as these re- tile hearty and almost unaui of the people. Couse- < % fc «Pon the State, and the jgtate, that the pouixh for rebellion most beinf%- ted. J^ is the universal rale, and Mr. Raymond's opposition t^«w8 eation should Induce him to. admit thin principle. By the law of nations all penalties indicted pn a people am TevWlli^^^eir«oTwniB^wid|i *«• imposee, therefore, on the inno- cent uet the same ftSou the gnilty. r recognised or established epe . law which eaa pun- W a State, for any aet It v r be m/ a i that; CbB- , and Hi rhOth- ordi* valid not, that in ' / 1 - ■ ■ if Mr Raymoud's theor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 January 1866

h ! ! Ito: < oie* \ Bdren-^ KOTOW rry, &<*• yav^ Boil' KliBl ed lice i ; tuton,! liov |& CO., n in rocA bet. Sjtlfetf i my tai jpulurrifft.. mi connect" l > morttl- J to our li ■ tiiid Mrc ";luro<l c j, are rem rjrn ai.d <- lit uxtonil lii city, an ||, would Vwt®*"" T. Janti-d t . of* *!< JindtMl ij |h wax lil liiw pi'i*- 1 Kov«ut r. , tout, Wlfoo lie umi o rno j |U l«!t V«, Liud C<ol 1 tliC. «o' idi r,a I«C>'H r f V.J [to®, / I . dt«*4 UNITED STATEH MAILS, TBSA*. Post Omoi Dkpartmkmt, i . Washington, Sept. 30,1865. <, Proposals wiB be received at the Contract Office of this Department until 3 of February 28,1866, for the mails of the United States from July 1, 1866, to Juno 90, 1867, in the State of Texas, ou the rontos and by the schedules ot depar- tures and arrivals herein specified. Decisions announced by March 20, 1866. {Bidden atottId examine cartfully the furuu, and liuirueHotu amused, and upteialtt the latUr part lnurueii n. II > 8501. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 January 1866

• years ??P ft&HNi Va,0> « -_i "tS should tb of * again I Conven {h re- with i which ,- Mid pre- The tCoavea-' t hy sharply • party trammelled uand their ia a ' for aapar- Tbey hare fit the reB- tho Uatoa'te ri* dearly ! themselves examining ' ne^Swiiiy * tfag for the i a^miniatration man v men il7^<m~Tv ; ' i -thorough- ttdmifliBtra- and qth- not en- of ar- hovks. ■mZ'M. Orieaa . - 4 ttfir large. In S< year, which Wm mm, ther Derby and Leger. In the I TTitfl fioold hjr ftwt steamers and •peed on|hc roada being rahwd to SO miles per hoar be minced stUl A rate of speed to put and ""*** through i i il uJtL m and ob- lOfjttS- eultivate • respect r«ad:tod^ i fend dignity • State t '$/< Wl0m& m >v*tth the na national af- reason I .no voice Mm. is the one ftiudivid- tof oar havean- t at a time like I be to soon- m ? our •<mw New hoars would not he a* great as average *>eed on the important lines of travel in the North. By running route and tanking close eonnec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 January 1866

.. 1tM£ • cnrr. -ffto Cttctn.—The Circus will |lW ■* PWfi*rannc« ia this city Uiix after •Teniiuf. The cumpw h*ve of interesting (H-J0rai*t ItUr in tbi«oitjr™£* vegi i prompiWjv'^hay _ _ proceed ux we iern Tuat tod ir>*e * toatot the wjple State. w« lo ft(M fivorflM^ cooilu* eraliMt a^bor reader* e*erjrwhae Every- body ^euld attend the Circus «<* evening, ad tbey wilt Me uetr feats am perforata eee. <Jo early if job would ^cure seat*. - *. Law business is verydull iu this city •t prteeut. nd consequently the lawyers low this end hungry.* How«vnr, they are ehari qMp* nd will mete a living anyway. "■HaBjPytf possible. Certainly. —**■ The health of the city is very good at ppseut, aud the doctors have but little bMajfese, but when some ef them do get hcdjof a poor mortal, they compel him to BiufcOUt— 11*0 local of the Ncwsoouelmlestliat r® have not had any "pore pork Kausagea" br I loiig time You are right. Major, for here were many dogs killed last summer, qwe fear wo may get...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 January 1866

^@9 mwmM pi ' lH 111il' i-1 2|, -• Sii • Y «r • ,. t4r'% %, ' i pit .. MM K' K^kS %H, &Wj i ol the '.nonetera were Meh rlUnhutaiiiuu. Mm tfimm just revota' after waa qoeUed. Ca tin*mteledto Main* *f the word "pardon" araita king, either be- ee, or conviction, any crime, offence, ■" • *' tide. «#f Kob&rta as Pnsai- \ Sweeney Secretary of , llm: 4.—Tb Confede- f ,W*M^tiory^rrit«i lie admiwion of tCMb uitmth .... rbe American W^'f:., , • 5 more steady at 53c. 'vfiMmM lower. '''r •%* im WSRfcl -^3^ " ^vii, Sugar ia firmer ; Pork 28 874c. b lower at t t M? it "' -ffli ___— Soatb- i the 90&, baa turrived. Her a d^ra later, n't• of gold from Pari* con in London closed arm at ► Wio. < -- 1 /- r & ' ' till IfeJI w attacked every I i s #$$si l ■ £ :>.; R -- M in copper in con- of the Dec. 20-~8 Jm o* cot- W '"' ytak: 18,000" balsa. The unchanged ia tone, m, Dw, 9SAJ, g. 5-20>* iQ5t, **M OA* LAVKBL Wi • '-■■■;w;. ■• ^ | Jan. 5—Congress m- parsuant to rv^jouni- went to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 January 1866

VME CITY', ion Returns vor Delegates fEMTios.—J. W. He«deraoa— 142; 2nd Ward, 169; 4th Ward, , 450. , „ Smith—lit Ward, 51:2nd Ward, i Ward, 112. Total 211. i Gentry—l t Ward, 182; 2nd, Ward, Ward. 50. Total, 34#. I. Baldwin—lit Ward, 66; 2nd Wart, *Vard, 62. Total, 177. • no poll opened at the 3d Ward, ("▼pte* were deposited at the other \ /• ■, county precincts are jret to be om, which may make considerable i in the above figoree. We expect a full list in a day or two. I Bnt little excitement was observable bleetion yesterday. The vote, though ibal to the customary vote o( the i was as large as was to have been o>« iis I ■ The p team era can now onload their i at the wharves, as tbo water has somciently to allow them to come np. ■The loes of 200bales ot cotton by aturday on the down train of the Gen- I Railroad was a serious one. The dam- i ifl estimated to be #35,000, including i oars. - The fire oaught by a spark from i locomotive, and the employees of the tpany are not censu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 January 1866

jk'wi ilm'n r<l«i 'W'*- ' z . Martin . tt'lW ■Jflbi RHPIiW«lH propoBM to leare >ift 4^r day* HlRP ' to ha an advene report at ) oftlte Mexican Imperial jCoiniMmjr " I hm bee liberalJy r WinlMV/iTnil I «:■ r 3 route iMfs mm % • V , I K '■ ■> . ' c. IMF / / 1v. ■ htoi,ri 6 or mow routes,' mm ■ ■ wiV> .< ' •' *tt """"d ^ tiie «ur vice, the j con- i useVw should not bo Ktibmife- 1 bids dace submitted No withdrawal of A nfl the last day,'for re- st be giiarunfce«jd for to persons. Th® bid W3t<5« should bo Signed plain- tbe full name of each person, epaitmftttt rew^rves the rij?ht any bid tfliicfy may be deem to <Usrega«l g contractors and W ASUINOtoK , J; •ernbJed to-day puiwuaut The House went into ft Committee of the Wlioie upon the President's r Ohio dUeuseod Cftl- as |o sovereignty of was offered by Inger- to inquire whether any aft is Morwssifcy.iior. the. <rf polygftmy % utfth. mmrmrurnt . Nsw York, Jan, 5—An important reaolutioq was offered to-day in the Un...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 January 1866

-r,i^r ji' >i n i. ii i " r&;i:MV 1 ««. Kt VOL. XXXI—NO. 134. HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JANUARY WHOL S. 1m HOHENTHAL & CO. RUCTION A^NI COMNllSSKlIt* 'MERCHANTS •>.;;a I' MAIlsT STREET, 'in... -W' .o'J '• •I hi'i" 7/ 17 • / </ HjCouaton, Texai WILL MAKE LIBERAL ■/ / ADVANCES / ON ALL KINDS OF MHH.03 .xsiam. AUCTION 8ALES hfrs-- EVBRT TUESDAY and THURSDAY Commencing at 10 o'clock, A. M. ON t Kup ' URGE CATALOGUE 8ilE 1 BY J. S. & J. B. SYDNOR, OK 37 Gfl-T Friday, Jan. 12th, 1866, At their 'TV SALES ROOMS, CONGRESS STREET, ...iio; !iv AlA- ill > AT 10 O'OLOOK, A. M. • i, '<i p Iwllll Having received positive Instructions to dose oat several largo consignments ol' Assorted Merchandise, we will sell as above, without reserve: A LARUE INVOIOW"10Iki Fruits and Vegetables, Crushed and Powdered Sugar, Candy, Vlnegur, Whisky, Tobacco, Cigars, and a general assort- ment of Staple and Fancy Groceries. A LARGE INVOICE Boots and Shoes. A LARGE INVOICE Fancy Notions, 8hlr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 January 1866

?fispif'«9S$ E3KM in 1861. WHtMMgUBfM would would Mflw for the Mlttwtien of Million of grape vine#, and ton thou- iod mulberry tree*. We ooi&nend t%i tact to the atton- prew *•« <* ** in procuring immigration into Tcteas. If thin is not .indicated by nature to become tome, r the Sabbath $ to the Jtlla ififlrt i this iof oler- .« ft* i ehaf- We aal aennonB. IJi iitv I evoted to i been the oar. riday papers, of both, fir claims ta te UK *v«y \ to the pub- to wick* be like the In thus lit att we literary i of at least attempt rid tvust we shall * of all well iBfttn- i intepsatod in sach >h light mi 1 the fried i«1 we have token occasion to |jj this journal when, on the re-#*sfcm the question in re- tttp, therp will f , mm in the Senate .•or of bar ng hi " without a willbeeom Bepnblicans aa ' members Mr. Davie i do not think It fa he* will §!*««. +m action will : a fol- S the oflkucts and (,to'be his- P«r a f«w y m part ooadltlon of toralaetbu the time hu aot come when aoaM im...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 January 1866

' | ;;v? : • > J V i \ > V ■ i> ( * OgjgnjgDMI MEBCHAMT8 ipni «. utuii I *«ea* a- • GEO. W. BAYLOR & CO. OoW Waal Fsetora&CoMUesloE lenkuli BOUND. GALVR8T0M. J. B. eALLAHEB, COTTON AMD WOOL FACTOR, AW jEtanal Cwhriw Merchant. OVNOIat JS. JtJ. B-Sydnor'a, Oon«n*s Stiaal grodUM and merchandise. a *11 carder* entrunted to hin proapUy^ SAM nrjwtw \ •' • i . i Kmiift BEN 8TONE8 •i iun <tmi CO. Qottom & Woal Factor tit* General Comtnisaion ijU^K AO Merchant*, W ■ mOBOls WW oooo w. (i. NitiHvt.M \ CO- COMMISSION MERCHANTS. oc'2 I, M. ■ *K-|o 1 >' . T. XCHICK B. M. STACKrOLK i JEJ. JH. Stockpile * Cm., RECEIVING, FORWARDING. AND GBNUUI. CominiNHion Merchants, -sad"*: r*. Pnfihanes made in OALV^$TON, IWW ORI.BANN, Or either of thtt^Nprtliern cities—bill* to be collected on delivery of the goods at Houston. or at any point " > Railroad*. The wnallMt order aa jd to aa the laneat. Five per eent i for purchaain* andadvaiiciuit. (without . . ■■ -— ---• t half Bamtaii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 January 1866

BL.bs • j -,: .•# ! ! Erlrarapb Ifttip railroad eampKak*, uupover fciicd by tbe war, h*ve to shoulder ss ttw toad tbem elT« their Interest wiU faaithen totkxow opoo the gulf M golf i*rt o# tbe rout® to the tergMt i making of Sabine , of baling probably 3 of property there It would also mke tiio apw utterly yaluelew . s.tt^ _ . jy- .. Bdta-dfol- iastitation. It would HJewOrleaM ad Texas run heace toBeau- im profitable a now. Itwuldbe vwtty in the intoreet of every dtiaen of the State ; thoaejdio ► expense} those who in enabling them to r telegraph to-day and o-morrow; those who shortening the mail in efflpet, eveiy- , we claim no «ay,how- ' to the ■M ob any «tound of layitbefotethe capitalist on it# own i the route in wfllbewe presume $180,- ftfce income will be, ** <muot toll, but persons eonvefssnt with tlie business between New Or- a, assure ,m tbat the, aenger toll# on the ttoone half or two i por Week. Some are enough to look for a weekly loriaesft larger tlum the capital. No...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 January 1866

TJBUB CMTV. TUe te er WUtelaw dep.rt^d to Oalvwtoa ywteriay afternoon, lwwled to tor goarda with cotton — The atesaer St OUirleft for G l- tMoo U* ev«*ia«. hi* aiiwual with a haavy <* y*— «*w *nd *el*bt I Two white mm wffl ha triad next i«ak ob a ahavM of whippinf a ft^dman They are oaw«ader haary ' appearance ta auwar the itoha af«aa «riina now* an iaaotaot nigger. Wall, ran the fortune* ot war. esh.su two ago WJm oal? ' waa led god in Jail a day Baling from #n*ther negro, the expend of keeping the nut ■egro hoy wi roforptealini izpaaa that the tax payer* do not, for they are Mraady nearly rained by taxa tion. Local rejoices that he doe* not own $80,000 worth of property in these days of reform and heavy taxation. Why la the prairie about Houston like a portion of Africa? Do yen girn it apt Because it i* Ashantee country - ■■■'■ ..The theatre hand wafoa Ui« other day -told well. Howt It tolled iaSta crowd. —Corn is selling for 91 5C, ha upecie, per bushel! egg*, 40 cent*; butto*...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 January 1866

COLUWJf. I -%!W > ■Kfl v'§ -1 b« found ^jiia of #10,000 It tone eopne on thi* tains next yew. to open the ball «i for Norfolk, * the owMef of Asteroid. ' one or two others i w*y to bring about ' lestdoii of bent horse produce*}—the Mffw- comiiig from the union Glancoe blood, throngh . • ' 1 letter accompanying that are enabled to state r ttat Mr. Winter do- and intends to bring Norfolk " run him against any horse that msj be thought to have to beat him. Yet we And a w opinion ertansively Ant .the admitted best — Kentucky [—both colts of the same as Norfolk, will not be easily a contest with the latter, for this grand State ver, change the as* this regard, and we it will do so. If it will be nothing left but to formally Invite colt Gladiatour, the thrice the Island games, here and ran him for the of the World, or qbide him to decide ite pos- England.—tipirit1 of the | learn that there is a at in this 'm&j HRJH i is to call upon the owners " . and tender him ■mi' of Asteroid, f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 January 1866

/ OT1V lived -Ti ktMuawr J. U. WWWitu/ from CWmton ywtordjy moiftog, sssgraCT&tg thig ttouon fro ««hitop4P; Jlog. ne ia *, flrtt oU* traveling public will feel perfeotlj *t m with dipt. Hjna* Md M popolw , Mr. Belt, ; The Bteamar St. CUir.Capt. Blikt- inived from Chdtwton yesterday ling. __ The steamer Era No. 3 failed to de- to Qalveatos oa Tueaday evening, on ant of no^gettUig loaded in time, bnt *aaoff yeetarday. Captain Buell, with his dredge-boat, jted hew to-aajr, jnd wilj commence ork fojthwftK. ——The mad has nearly disappeared om oar streets, and navigation may be msidered open. * —— We met a Washington county plan* r yesterday, and be told as that be would illiqfgly furnish a yok^ of oxen to the Tashington County Railroad to enable the irs to make faster time. All that is how seded is a good whip and an old stove to eep the women and children warm during te passage. Local will furnish the grease. TJ^e waters in the Bayoa were quite ligh yesterday, and several steamers w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 January 1866

ji wm0. y It k'kla M «4be 5 te> tb&t iufbr- caa*|§iM) great tea lobe of Africa the scene of I oaable itr ■saw I .ii.ppi=i ■rss [ H^niay lead to HH •and prominent of it* trlbtttariftB of the > beat $atr$xrc$ to the river f«se. A prtanoBtory has dofmiid brought down by ^.h.,Pm|PPPI1 a tu"i>va.i1 { tcjn^ji < ftaoia hmum ,. w^SaaP^^ t" * «« WW" W*a 1X4 8; which, acting agaiu t fhe wa- ters of the delta, may hav« led to <hek exit sideways." The Kongone ia ono of Cht e latest brauchua, with two fathoms at low water, and with twelve to fourteen at firing tides. The anrromnling country rtw#t have .awakened the intense admiration of 60^*1 IgQg^B. a Northerner to "those i first mart may have had on \ * far* *}?, ■ .1 ' j*,~L s .? i V; tlK; lte: Jll S&JL ffe"4SiSfea ;* 1 H « ISwfeMl ft " V tfe new, ML, - fwi eonnds, exci- treeg, the the frail*, the bird*, beasts, are aU curious and strange. r is rich and glowing. # it er- aaw ia- colder climates; at' ; is spaaglei with s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 January 1866

VOL. XXXI—NO. 135. I JiJl .'■■■ .-.L t" HOUSTON, MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 186a V V.f t' ;t :#«■*- r 1 ; ,ko ' a w r, m*. COMMISSION MERCHANT8 ■OBOa W. BAYLOR WUIT ft. K|m G$>. W. WE &, CO. Cotton and Wool Factore&Commission Keirhante strand, oalve8ton. J.B. GALLAHEB, COTTON AND i WOOL FACTOB, AMD * General Commission Merchant. OpnoaatJ. 8. ft4. a HirdnorX Ooo*re*a Street, T8S5 produce _ to him ■V.WOMHI I r a-"VU, . ,K J >, #«%/* •«• < BEN 8IONEKA CO. . & Wm * , * f, 4'«tll K i Od (laaeral Commiulon Merchant*, ll'K 'N'*M d*twj F«et«w *, vvn w. n. nriCHOi.n a COMMISSION triaooou CO. MERCHANTS, "■■a • t • vi> < .t i,VK?T<i . d.trir a. *.8TiiokroLB.„./; ^'.ilubdi^i^igaioK JE. M. Stackpolc SC Co., EECEIVINQ, FOEWAKUING, AND GBNBltU 1 I Commission Merchants, •mW^AUISTM, ; i Wn<J«J&r K;Uiron OALVK8TON, NEW OBLSANS, Or either of the Northern oltie*—bill* to be collected on delivery of the irooda nt Houston. or at any point on either of the Railroads. The smal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 January 1866

r more of it- >iwy law po«tfob>- i in M* own honied v;e; tub country Wi ibf outnumber his Knglbih "oaea, of ;only to fclwsfr tenth in JBni^ukdiJ now the poems of the young ^UJaaiKj and ft nfaoeUftiieous the choi^Mfc attetr S?s ;® mus ,w, anebftl JIKEl , to at from the ' ■.... £ y demands. Bat Low yet fulfilled his early Oar second dsm of poets is mneh forgor; indeed it i ve*y juwd to see where it does not mingle undistju gaishfthly with the coantlew bevy erf pretty singers who keep up sadh « sweet twittering all over the land. As belonging to it, howevfw, we Ten- tore to name, Aldficb, Stedman, Read, Stoddard, Taylor, Holland. Trww- mtd $15,WW when he finishes.—A fine edition of the Chinese classics inbeiag fiuhlMitd t Hong Kongs The first volume contains the works of Cunfu- cios, and the second of Mencius, who wiMtlbai ly eotemporary with Plato.— Mr. Evplyn has already secured won than 5.000 subscriber* for his southern "Creecent Monthly." Misses Csreys, the Misses Davidson, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 January 1866

HATJEi ABRIV/ ►* 9 | ua 9 1 0. )N of Gil- Ibrated I of Mr. 1 whose □too of | market i It 51 dir ;es, Lgant. dem is. Leans. Ben and he Ir in every 1 and gen- I the latest JRI0B8. Machine . Agents. | 0. WI001* ]0., t8 of ids of uery l DO.* 1 le and re- _ family and ■> rtment of n%« short- tHoiue. INK. hlne we yet r, la easily joint: 1 my grrand- :hin« amuse; two days. I , if I could SYDNOB. s LRD & 00. r Ties "area 00TT0H. the greatest j i *00 wc Mte nn NO i mm MJZiLm£BY. 1f e« IJV M JK JEL, tdJVJD Y |) T ! ! . hare r steamer from psssrfiaj Perkins * Co. hvr*Impire Bonnets; PerkiM * Co" b« received Waterfall Bonos ta, Perkins * Co. have received Florence Bonnets; Perkins * Co, have received Bombasine Bonnets; Perkins * Oo. have reoeived Hetty Grant Hats; Perkins * Oo. have reoeived Victoria Hats; Perkins *■ Oo. hay* received Minnehaha Hats; Perkins * Co. have received Highland Hats; PerMm4iOe> ha— leeetesd TWfeylliti; .... Perkins & Co. have reoeived Moieaat Hats; Perkln...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 January 1866

t frnwlay, but Ae fupw of • i whowiaba apeeial- 1 to be able to nuke it, to 1be wntlmeats, «*4fng *PP«>P*i atetotfctHotf.Day, It % as far m such a paper cam be tiMipiH b or wto wWi to ! « Sunday man, ap- to the day thau can be l the dailiesaanew conducted. | li' not to be a church t flip denominational stiue, it t paper in .the tanae of ; what it oaa to the pro- of Ood'a children np«n It will not take any part in differ- Christiana and Jews. Fifth t between It will not It wffl iiplo that the religions people, tiie greater the hope of attain- ing the tenth, and of ultimately unit- ' ' * y of giving all the f y^Malfiriaafiftal ! • ortance. In this eftaaftdl, asao- any church so, far we rdepfrfr W—■1 eld and ready to leave the shores of this present life; if we can do any matt good than la now being done, saraly we may aipd ought to do what ewato^andi principalis^ i be glsdjl IttB. 16,1886* The conversion of the whole world to the Christian faith has been the dream of the Chnreh of ...

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