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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 February 1866

[£ orrt. mi ike lUilt tsacur ■iqitrffMnw HNtoniM , aad rr«i7 TM«r ul WMigr «MU edaesday, sad stsouut. I popular DMMUliir VV iilkMH Galveston yo'terdar Wttk of pssstttpnrtn*:, ome v«ry popular efooa Cap*' [ has haoa tier cnmmamlar- four* Hooker &, Lemana lanncha' boat yesterday morning with licceM. The engine will be placed ortly aud he will be read/ for sar- Tieee eii -rg«iic f ntl««ieti deserve lit for tlia rapid manner iu we lob 'it lb in bunt. ... le**r><. Henrietta dr Oo. received largo consignment of groceries Thin enterprising Arm give ^turners go-al bargains. and we are tee*' ib«inno prosperous. , The dagueriwan gallery of Messrs. f & brother is da ly crowded with and th-so ariisfs give satisfaction We arc pit aned 10 o«' them so pros- JforHtiey de^rve mu'ceen. There in a great sonreety of sorvantg city. We meet neople from the ly daily who are in search of them le compelled ID retn u without find- y. White Hnrv«nt' <i<t in if renter da Jiliijn colored one...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 February 1866

i^r Governor Cffi^ali Es'Vr Mssaage LmOwwI it expected to arrfre in Caiuida Bfortly. An eaily sosslou of Pailloiuent will 1% called. Judge Coursal. f St. liWwt utttorietjf, is to be reinstated. Saw FKAMcmoo, Jan. 30.--Advices fwho Yuba say the weather up the coast ha* been the most severe ever k&ewn. The snow on the coast moun is from twelve to lii'ttiMi feet has bee* no mail fr iu for twelve days. The tele- i* broken in a hundred places, with W *hiagtou Terri- off. The snow in the X.w ^SS^E*} feS (rtwiaj's Waihiugton special say* the pott of the Internal Revenue Com- r meets Willi only qualified L The New Englaud interest . it favorably, bnt is strongly eetcd to «a contemplating pgrye- on taxation «nd the National ■Mj the - ~Jfr providing for. aa fan- men e host of officials. The Committee on Ways and ify soms of the pro hot will maintain the t*k at tjie present rata. The Large lire In PMtadWUtoia. Steamboat Deters. liers of the committee adoption of the report bounties. Roy, o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 February 1866

: f ♦ w^\ - ■ ■ •:■ ^ if*?- ■, I SSI ..."hI ii <-..!' im *<■ MPpi ."!,\«''St •i_Y . . • ff'dJW!( ;...-.'i :;;.tuiU HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAflY 7, 186& "S^ ivrl-.tc Jttli rMM bJUI* '*^11 L ' "'if w*': 'i ' * - 'C- ■>•• YOL XXXI-NO. 145. 8. L. flOMENTHAL A CO. / AMOTION vipi i /• rj . $£>$. AKD f f * § H M ' /? >■ COMMISSION MERCHANTS fafa«w n>tft'« T£nprwr.y ■>' v'v v ,'■■ •*■.■ """ MAIN STREET, ~ Houston, Te: WILL MAKE LI8ERAL ADVANCES MN AIX KINDS OF ivianoaAKroi«iB. AUCTION SALES \ ^ ' KVKRV TUESDAY and THURSDAY • Oommenciii* nt lu o'clock. A. M. ABBOTT I CHANDLER, Opposite Bosk If owe, VB LAHO AN0 COLLECTING AGENCY. c. it. Jott.vstr co.. ■ 1*4 V Jij TV* W \f r s i. -y \ iA. •, *. Austin, Texas. PUkCHASE AM) SALE OF REAL ESTATE. remand for Texua lnuil trill be llmltrd, JM and 111 price exceeding luw, until the uouular tluu, labor anil wealth nl tin- country urc largely n- ,«r«asu.l by Immigration. We therefore pronow to cl 1- lect aud present to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 February 1866

i* mm n — a fow lir Texas aud it is turn going a vote apportionment, of res. Wore 'Thorns* Mmft •.«.«*• * f*M fiTsi®1 IHteJI forward whose heaviest b entl- vwt 111! ; by us to-day ) tit* public as the most c Journal In America. > niacty-eii: < !«jmms, uwirly filled with reading t lwMaaa W, h ie d of lit 0 ^.Wisconsin 10, iuateadof 8; Minnesota3,instead of 2. Nay, reduced to tho same standard, and Texas would have 7 Representatives, instead of 4; Virginia 12, instead of 11; North Carolina would hold its present representation; Tennessee would hare 10, instead of 81 Mis- souri 13, instead of 0; Arkansas 4, instead of 3; and Georgia and Ala- bama would hota their own. Were Rhode island to be taken fts the stan- dard the difference would be still more striking, as she sends one Repre- sentative to every 11,000 votfs, ajid under tha apportionment allotted to tip Western States it would take two; aad-a-baff such States to be entitled tp.a Representative. 1 J!j A seen above Sew Engla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 February 1866

Tim i&TY. ' A dully ni.ll Ulr tiilml u kari * •** ! Wl * • **•« Qu*. VeQlttuce to (be people of the Iwv cities —— Tb * drcdge-Mkt I* hard «t work JJfcir tt« kUmkIhmI «rlwv**sMid will reimv • vmit r to w*Ut tq Ibe |mi,ling. Tne ychtiicry work* well We viaitwl ih>- 7«NH«rdNjr Morriiiiig and were hlgfely pleaaed.wlih tip «uchiiii-. It i under (he aupeiinieBtli'.i^ „t Mr W \V. Baell, ibe COuirHCiur He iuforroa nail* bayou le uow in 4 unviable cuntiiiiou up tu the old 1 ap ntilcwd ah >p. hW win be t^ihptet* to t- e junction of White Oak with Buffalo yvwJ* &w well a. • The iKaw-rw are lore d to bttrk to H*rri burx u they can - ■ot ten* ii thfrrityr ^nTBuein jioniia u« that lie will remove about thirty l**t of the Kaat bank Ufftr Hon* 8h,-e bend which will he a great advantage to th« vtxamera .. B Dtf u'warkmeu.cutdowti-ih^ old bridge near the eoucreta buikliuc « • krday iuow iiig, the bri.tge b« be«u pro D.'«ucttt a nuiaauoe iong ago The timber* are t Oe uavtl oil the wbirv&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 February 1866

' " sews * jwtiyMytfha I ■Imlllfl ~**— * Umrntm mad GaJ- vmtmm m« bt* n permitted t (p> « in iHbIi ■ i li i i il TW muM to tint (be * niTlinii if a whtttgrmteti Omw enUiu«i- Mtto iBMki df a Minority who claim Int fti owttov of Um rebellion &mV m «ll tbo power. In waqj «m the Gototbot ha* Wa obliged todUw (bow gentlenea (bolr nis- fidH. tofcwor aeaobaabo jMdod Ik As gnwpiag dtofwadioa of (bow ofajfrdO! !>!] Ktotwwi (TMWHMbjrato bear of bomabe- .... t eweebe<? e w«*towfcr s *«toa sis? ndd is o" ■Jffi'.HJto Z MM month tort three rmbco to bertaeeoaatod i of having bows stolen. hoped Oat (be of "57 and '50 own- to be pretty well on Hone thieves ars pretty ■neb She Indtoos-thejr toh tfcfc tort. IfrmtlMSqpriR Wcrtsra Texian Jai*ins from acconnto we receive 'cooniha of (he loyalty of t we am led to believe that > axe (be woet hydra-bet . , im t *• T _mSki UWMHS MungflnlW ww* worid ever knew. That oar .... rere so in tin ea gon« by, ami ' thaj bettered tbraurtvea right, were ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 February 1866

Mr T .y*£ WMtfK Si 'JOt fBO* NKW YOHK. mUI i Dnily Tohwmph. «.14 JfrtI 1 ■- New York* Jan. 19,186t>. .VVjftTltf wolves «ud the «heep bad * long time in a state of war to- «er At last a cessation of arms .^4. proposed la order to a treaty of ,'peftM, and hostages were to be deliv- ered on botb sides for security. The wolves proposed that the sheep should give up thp tloga on the one side, and that tliey' would deliver iip their ,WB on the other. Tke pro-, vosal MB was agreed t<v botuo sooner executed thnu the young wolves be- gan cry out for tll^r jknify. Tim old oties took this opportunity to cry out, 'the treaty wiw broke;' and ro falling"Upoll tfie Hlieep, who vrere'des- ef•♦heir fttithftri gust rdianir,' "the dogs, they worried aud devoured tliem without control."- Application: " lul all our transactions with mankind, ;fW9 ift the luoMt private aud low life, we shoitld have a upeeml regard how, with whom we trust ourselves, en, in this respect, ought to look upon each other...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 February 1866

' ' F ■ , ' m i v* « - ■ i \ *!.• oferti-MMtiMM. •xperiwM*', I en >ogh, we flaw, to supply the nauta nud pernavering devotion. I of tf* eonntrjr. - Thom who plant no- wtilread thing el* bat com will And tale for it tho spirit and de- it befora another crop, at good prices. uMmarte* with edit- Another million of people will be here KKEA - i I jn anotfcaty—T.^< Tie Report of Commissioner Fur- air, of the Fraeduen'a Fureau in respondent " H. C." Ou t Southern I Broros county, please. u«, by it*/act*; merchants nranot meeting their four [ bis abstract sentiments are liia own. and six months paper, given !nat mm- | —r~— *_ . r uter and fall, iot the purchase goods, j ***** *^ZTZ W-w* M promptly as they «hoold ia more by p i «te ndeieae-] imrlwYdrkeor hare *75,000 ol] i* A | «««* * t Wpiia^mSii 9 fe&iiiW souitses". >'ba IMMlMHit I • « P«n<w Newman, repreaenuTg Kadlcala, would apply their m- j writes ns •\ was induced to extend the Northern Methodist Churefa, visit Bit1 niT...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 February 1866

m.-m patent mboiounss. SOUTH! 4 . *: «4.L«3 & HUNT, mmm -t d (■ oumhI . U6HT OP THS WORLDI MJOIXY. 1 A.W. m m* Cm**. |if «ikw, _ am k «■— >*■ mf wl Tyler. > < Uwaaft lUniyjtwiijf — i«">' wlt ■naiiMat theCoa- 8flwr Cloud arrived late last etreaiag. with winqimi aether waa mjr aa pleas, a I «. *e kn pahlisbeJ the «T the •aatfcar Car aee.nl w.*k« p* .«| *§vtMS9g!9l £• Jawc Aai«_a««e «* AiV«nH «M, u Hoaatea, have talked efcqit «fcr —tw. The; hare aafalea that ^realatioa oaUtle eua «f the waathar. Warn *« lake no «. ol people Ueing f .uuJ etc. While in Tciu the . J like eyrie* *om. aud ■as Mr*" are biuwming Oar object iu thaa pablieain^ the at ate of Unenikw n weather ia the two latU Tin. W*vvrly New Talk J, H w Y«* *" Wff Madge* ui Fee. Ntnk Meek, N*f York ledger and H-mnd TaMe are filled *iih ckofaw readm* ■«itrr. Bryant la rendr to recelre sub. •oripiiooa lor aojr of the literary paper* or ataffasines, and (Mtuu 'la tke can oidar anj frwta ■ec air deidnid paper tlinwik...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 February 1866

- •* * W rtOH n'i.i'i1" vm °at ywl;"tf.t Si b«djs* ■ erica* fl*. with J®'"* notUng www or !• « w f™* ikaip uli< she f11® **•/ Mil I Ml Mr* -rdw*<*/wy whew. It U powlbl# *"My be Pent*a w*r v®*el. «",d tori, ia portiDgmj-elf rel^wtocom^ mercUil matters connected with * ® Month, and «the homou has rrtrea for Tuut jmj&jBggt to s0®" °° S ^iwSSl'W i«« her toglve tl ^ °fn|f inquiries to the merchant readers «r the Telegraph ; believing it la due ounfitriuM1! tbii> certait) " Ijr nnder- the South of Judge Mexico, involved PSBPPPP fa |thn^rar#^> 3_™,_ ._ _. Mwwapaper* i md <hoat oaur eapacUj to whip the world and the rest of mrnS&A, 0 r «h *ersm«rt b n no o go to war with auy poir- Wit upon ,w'SZJt335i««£; tied before she eeeka Wl daa'n Depftrtmen us trora ■-&M i$SsP ■ to who and eeettiR to be In Ifoxteaa plana, Ah? in New Orleans ea- ' i wen ud means TBSP.ta ta to do hie Enquirerliad a. vi few day. ago. in neaponsible for the out a very elear ease imTH.Seward. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 February 1866

mmm :rrw V> VOL XXXI—NO. 14d HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY , 186ft 8. L. flOMENTHAL & CO. AUCTION AM II COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN ■ i. m i i STREET, /h' I : \BB0TT I CHANDLER, UIf WIOO HL1NOI. BTKAK COMMUNICATION BETWEEN 8AN rUAKCKCO AW HONOLTTEtX. ' A San Francisco letter, of Dec. 30, My : ~ The steamship ik depart* for Honolulu, oandwich Islands, on next Saturday, Jan. 6., She is the pioneer Opposite Rnk liw, ship of a regular line to ply between and Honolalu, owned by the rnia Steam Navigation Compa- this port i Oaliforaii ny. Her dimensions follows : , Length over all, 335 feat; hold, 25 foet; breadth of HOUSTON. TEXAS Coucton. Texas. WILL v ,7 . MAKE LIBERAL • i i . ADVANCES ami > < ON ALL RINDH OV IVtBRdBAirDlSXI. rt l ' : H AUCTION BALES it. 31K' k'ft* iTl".:■ " -■ yi■: n*.'., v.j..." •, j; )n i . " craav ...... - r" .■■mrH-rrf.v'X - TUESDAY and THTJRSfcA" iOo'olqok, A. ML LAND ' TB3CAS AND COULECTING AGENCY. C. JR. JO MA'S at CO.. .'if, Austin, Texas. PUKCUAS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 February 1866

out, bat. Pi .A,. -jJSflMm •; ^ .-;i: E3« S^v _^:;:::PSar TxrdEMV :=# Jot Tbo on- V™" '•ton* oflfce lyjgtrdthoutu- t«t Wilnj, ana (hen rushed from the bill •> ill-natured per- son* assert—to an apothecary'* shop, where a good do«e' of ipecac relieved him from the possible effects of hi^ eote the disease wilf reach this ' t* .deter mined. We hope it will keep away until next spring, when the beef gets frfr **"•' y|B| - -- •' -4y- Bev. Dr. EUphalet Nott, President of Union College. Schenectady, N. Y.. died in his ninety-third year, on the 29th ulfc. He was perhaps the oldest, as he wm eerta^ly one of the most venerable of American scholars. He has beep the President of Union Col- years, yet,aya«|ge to say, had not himself-a collegiate education. He waa born a poor boy In Aqhfor^, Ct-> and for the mint part educated himself. He rttidied-divin- ity near his early home, and at the age of SI beoome a domestic mission-' ary in central New York. At a place catted ebefry Valley he. too...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 February 1866

I en THE WHISTLER. " Yoa bare Uottnl," (aid jruutliuihla •wm-thr&n. vrko stood, While tan i t oil >ooru «hr*f at il.yllrbti, iVeli.*— " YuU hi| e hwilof the Dinilnh hoy's wUi-tlt-of wuad; I wlith Hint D«aUh Ikij'# wlitaUr wen auur I" "And what wmiiil yon do with it.' Tell me," >h While an arch .mile pluvwl orer her beautiful tac*. " I woald blow IV* 1" ana wend, "ami tlieu my (air mild Woald SJ U> )' woald ihort* take her plac*'." * la thai all fun vriab it for? That mar be voura Without anT magic," the fair mai«iea crlVd: M A favor ao alight ono> k«rh1 nature ►rcuresf" And ahv pUyiully seated heraelf by his tide. •♦I would blow It again," Haiti the youth; "and the ohanQ W *W work ao that not even inod«Mty'« cheek Woald be able to keep from my ueck your fine Arm!** £hc Mailed, and she laid her! air arm *roond hi* neck. •• Yet onoe more wottld 1 blow, and ihu mtiaio ditiue Would bring mo a tbird time au osnulalte bli — You would lay your fair cheek u thin brown one of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 February 1866

EgQ it y.' ; ~ «r- expressed Mrfcm coavietian that the government of Maximilian M permanently and fom ' one quiescence of ito Mexican -people tii6HMwlv6st fin if thit ItnokwyrBw^i provided it mflltury inter- on the paft of the United the I the Un MJ* the' It-ie sot the establish mentof opon the ewtioeotf it to not the rf-tbe'.Frenifc troop* in f lfcto nafc tay one of the platt- motives aligned in paper* of j Mr. disturbs the equanimity United State# in regard to It to the presence of an; government in that country $, and to assume reeog- among the governments S. to a# to interfere with i designs of thia country, i another "rick man's" case. ., ■ iiaxico, In thia instance, la the j 'aick —instead of Turkey; the United es is the eandidate for admlnis- upon hto efffeets,' inatekd of and France and Engloadatre jealous -relatives, • aa they were _ re in the otwe ft Turkey. ••Sj'.&iM The tendency of the people and Government of the United State# to absorb everything en the North Ante ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 February 1866

r '! I 'tii' ' ~ .±rw$F?.. *^j|fcnK *r*tordKm'r m** ■<* **?>■ "<* ' j^ntSM tthi'>#" > ■«'% '"•' ■' '■ '• T"°""' * ''•''"'''i''*,"^y'lBt.;^!r"'y~*"-''P - -1 1 ".*" i/ n •*-v • ■~Ht, i is - K+J:' Wbiti Labor -d*r biivu ^fren ineii d wllle servants <tud laborer* to unt- ftmN'W Tta>, *oi ossuitod tlwm ilie, could obtnio (rood wages and it« dy em- ploy MM. VVe have noticed that several of ihs leading ne« pap«-rs published iu the Nor b have copied ts'versl U«ms eon- wrnlmrtiiia qti«*sti n, and hav« urged t*eir tMrtiri to Miigrala to <wr giste It in Well known'tbat Texas is an ui| ire in her- «t>ir, bhe baa every variety of soil mid eliniite which will suit all classes of people 8be ban millions of the bi-st lauds the son over shoos upon, now uuoccupird, and thaw landa can be purchased very cheaply. Th< re it room enough io TVx b to support * population as large as all the Northwest ern Steles put together Honest and Industrious servants and laborers ere iu gr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 February 1866

isTolving WI I1T0B. shattered, trn j- S7 SB Brown i to be lost BkfcMtwe mA «irw fchil Orleans; Mr«. Ho Mo .Wotf,.J5lDcin ati; Os MWi'Howladd" men «f the ^11 aui«tance,po Some of the te the stea mer is. 1 Mja no cause ■for the esploakw. ! The f]r"«8l rnonipg sroodthly >Ut wa* going slowly itific picked up wreck, whoso ■j are a resi- message to Minister to Dgo. as he tenets of by would ao* of the oor, ana a the Speaker, y e , bers< theHooae the bill pre- ppiilectitm of " * ts, and alter a t by * vpte of I# engaged in the dU-r he bill enlarging the pow- i-eedtnen's Bureau. Feb. J?.—The^enftte noted withdesul- IV. m > presentation , OCX S'll. s no action npon w osKf Feb. 2.-—The Coirmier- ngton special says the re- i,northern States to the ttee of the Honae, aho of indebtedness " * , and paid by the & undav\U&exist- rlth less/than #500,000,00. $5,000,000,000.—Eds. Ores Cnna- ged by be disa KSSSswSbS eb. 2.—Gen. engaged m wious Operatfoutf, was Feb. 2.—the sai of cot- ba...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 February 1866

mr.T.iifupy COMJH88ION REGULAR IRON HOUSE IN TEXAS I! Vf*4Jl /-V MELAJTD YET *0 to* W MTIO* - - tflZMMX. a. MID geo. w. baylor & co. Cotton and Wooi Factors & Commission Merchants etbajfp, OAtVWtOH." r> * /luk adrniiceion eon*t*nment«of Cottonwool V> Ac., for aale or ahivmCBt to Amvrlaao or«uro- 6. 'iHEvmx. TS- peun market*. Jant-lra ALLEN & HEITMANN, (Concrete Building,) odmmbrg-E street Voir iii«" ( urucr nl' tluiu. I • I springs, steel, iron, Perkins 6c Co. have received, r>«r ateamer iron France, tho Empreea Hugeule Bonnet! Perkina & Co. have Smulre Bonn,ttt; . ; „ Perklna 4c Co" have received Waterfall Bonneu, Perkini 4c Co. hare received Florence Bonnet*; Perkins * Co. have received Bombazine Bonnet* : Perkins 4c Co. have received Nelly Grant Hats: Perkln* 4c Co. have received Victoria Uata: I Perkins 4c Co. have received Minnehaha Hat*. Perkins 4c Oo. have received Highland Bat*: Perkins 4c Co. have received Dorby Hot* j Perkins 4c Co. have received M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 February 1866

mm «. • i it BOOTS $ 8HOX6, •! mSJTBm-- «*** • gWMBPS jwSawys, TlttWiire, 4c., Ac. Keimed^;'«^lin^ ' - BROWN, Agent Hi* i I IJMHJiTOJU.... little amuHe TEXAS. itfiggT ':a":z fcue ml on tb^ fjf; kMDeai ' In in the way the ineh monti of Davis. jyW vote to the affiratAtire Chslnnft A and children'* hoots mad €5® U1NU! TS* spepohiii with his feat higher than his apparantty oblivions of thootawi majOTityagalnstWJ*- with the o*gro in, «iw fall oall p j <wfe Rrtwtaw liu« ii J, ,. New other*,. who have advo- l oegr* sufflg^voted, toaaa Vu*t received, and for aata at tow Icurea, whole- nttU, dtUiiwi i. u|MH , , , inohnirs """ Canton* *11 wooldelaiue. •taeswid. Mmefeod and brown domeatlc*. boa Jf to *-fourtht ..K..S T _ l op klrt Balmoral do shawl. flannel cualn ■attnett. enamelled elotb uitent P. if «$j wih> strick«i ont e laws of the IHSirlet House of Septa - a vote of the eiceptinn of a from Kentucky and the Republican votes of ipw on ine pasaagp Brooks spool cotton. DUER f VP-Mi •tu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 February 1866

; 4': tUe chy. __ It eeeoia «• werf mlxUkra to pah- ll h'iiir tint Ihw. Dr. *«H ld lecture before the Houston Lvoeum U t erentoff The Mora «** '• •««ui««c tlie Oh! Court UouM, (tud w« bupe to mm a to t atteudaao* Wo l«-iiro that several gfiitl-m-n have xlivwi; forahrdetl the "u ww y pr. o<" to oi-PtoidMii Burnet, conooriiiuK ibe tloiiig* <>l G*n Gregory's egfiitB TVy will he i u-h dt«um«aie wheO published to the oil iii« -d world. —. iiItwiIwwwI of J C Wilson. If ;<>u wont onytbliif lu hTa lTn* call at hi* atort-aod txatuiur hia rttwk Mr. Wjleuu ia eutiili-d 10 much eretilt for e«taii|is> lug a bo ike manufactory ill' our State und we bupe be will be liberal j cucuurttgtd, lor be* deaerweo it ■ ' ~. ■—.—.—-———„—„— —— I« l«a pleasing taak to record the quiet and order now prevai ing in our ci'y. \Ve have not heard of a case of crime lor ie «*a W ya past-aa i.ur utiaaua <ue alyvaj opoti their guard and rinwly to receive mid- ... night pro* lern at all timen. A Uti...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 February 1866

Pf t; r # ftitif! smmmmtm mtMwm Dwzter of Mr. T. J. Carver M AsaUUnt Agent ud Contractor to collect captured cottoa for the Oft*- SnppM^T-' • /vVi « • i'i&r-;* Mr. Canror having been appointed by Dexter, wai charged with appro- g to hi* own tuo large . Moo- es Ha 9fike very Jiwtly have to romeajber him. p—*u r®*v in a few «p with. Another irginia, ha* been Yofk and Galveeton of the differ now lay One of the officers tne that the Gulf sqttadron greatly reduced. 8tmmer New Orleans to-day, but past. The Ans- ae* wilt be doe Indianola. something of irapor mmzm time, an absolute e'a Courts there is a dflal of dvii bmtinew being acted but nothing of importance. The labors of the Freedmen's Bureau seem to be thoroughly sy« and I doubt not that the gr work is past, moat of the ne- i who have contracted tagae is titW |H> haaa ftwaj^ad 000 towards the payment of this fne. Dr. Gibbone, it will be remembered, committed aaieldft about the time of llr. I)extor's arrest We make this atatrme...

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