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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 January 1866

11 Tim.icrrr, i i i , M > • Mr.Peter wb reside# near the old Galveston&ftnMUl Dep6l,liaB found a trunk i« hi# let which hq* beep broken open a<f tifled of. the most Valuable portion of iU content*. Several tellers addressed to Captain Douglas found iuMvinS doubtless belonged |«th«t pf|so%, > ? gallery of Mr J 0. Blessing & firo., in Vm Alstjne's, .bnilfltfcf, «oh M< of Mali and can surpass any dv&WfieTn this cut. We hsTeoooMbe|^cl( *«*& ( out b/ Mother establishments and/Ind It far superior. T^Jwree d spleitfid skjr Mgtrt, and can tan aft sorts Or pic urea in all of weather. The firiji fi v« been established. in this city for a'luug cim«,an'd W® Well and l'avoiably known to^l O^'C^MAa. . -We •re pleaaod to sae th ut ao proepwoas, and they deserre it fofthey are indoatrious man. A diatom* *•* , ered a grocery kept tar a lady near the Old I capuoi^d^#^ handed him he was told, by mother nigger; uot to pay forthfrm aira'lo run. He obeyed orders and was soon c...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 January 1866

MMh «ul euMuui. He HUM ft man -ot-gooius-brillfauit for poet profertid, and «i his inspired verses to the wo- a sectioaal f^linjr, which never existed i* •tiu'tgib sufficient to sustain them', and which, under the new crder of thiols, caa not possibly be counted upon aa a source of permanent support. For the sake of politi- cal harmony, and for he security all in- vestments, whether of oaplrsl or men tall*- tor, it b much to be hoped th«t the grand fact of consolidation will ba accepted in its foil significance, and that Boatbern authors qpiou; raereau- also. It h of that re an A1 V ond us, with wom single as in (!*«' J MHtu. M Jtnm 4U M tfii-JWH m.imt j to 'tttM s '& <1 *iitf Hp'io wTtoii Kaj of his descry^ ADO oktohi T • TEXAS. Hww ; iaiifaut'T&t «&-}< .*& **«> "editor" jthat o The v autographs which I brought period of intimacy of rank, are in carious now at Idlewild. a wonderfo^ . advantage, (for with'Women particularly,) to ^family and wealth;" but it t...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 January 1866

TUW. A' / W« ma kf) the following extract# from the report of W. H. Fowler, late ftaperiuteudent of Army ]teeords for the State of Alabama, recently laid btefote tbe I/ogifllature by the Pro- visional Governor. It w a melan- choly showing : >-' "Of course an aucivaM estimate cannot be mado from such imperfect data of the number of t$oops «eut to the field from thia State, • *D<1 their casualties by d<jath wad . o*hei>*TM>; but: an approximation might be made by oOnddfiring the number i lb© Army of Northern Virginia in com- parison with tihe residue. . it will be under the mark , tu assume that the number pf Ahibamians in that «*my was hot less than 3Q,00Q—©xclnsivp ot &he2tjth Aliilwum infantry regiment, wMfch was, therq considerable time and suffered sevoielyr—with the loss; by" death from battle and disease, in connection with the commands, of over fJOOO, or a faction less than one- third. This does not include deaths after resignation, retirement or dis* charge...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 January 1866

. u *06V't .1 ♦ > J faoTHnrft. RTWiSZrh. , ,.,r,** *, \**** . N " v* • '■ : , ■ .HAS..i. $30,000 Worth of Clothing the V(ftW«W HWii* Of '.\ J, | • ' -i:" r • " '■ ! ||ai« ju^X HHCKJuren, u a idea in hiH line, wliici he is prepared to nell tolnttw, rior dealert* op a*. ter^J* jVff: houfle in thin '(iivu u*i look before buying. Special Mtfoded to li. and we prorata- to put clotwnj M yrlet-H that will wilt thei ejoaciit yuvc/. docSdtwlra gJMTCtf HOUSE I! NEW YOBBl AND GALVESTON. Biagge,$ Go,, Commerce Street, next door to J. T. dt W. firwiy. .. .2..• Houston, Tesitt. v Dvaiers in Dry Goods of the latuat Styles, and beet tubrica. okNTS' BodM dt Shoe*, taflfpH, Mix ««i, BovHanil Children'* 8UOK3 ot all de«criptlou , direct from the Manufacturers. Ready Jitade Clothing. (H-utn'HATS.Ladie«' HATS, MifweA' HATS, Boys' audOhildrun'K HATS, of th.i Uteat lash ion. and b^tt inn tonal. Stationery. Must? and UaU-ho-i- for Ladiun, G«|it ' Mia.se* and (linMreti. ' . HOUSE HCKNldHINU GOODS. Crocke...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 January 1866

iV ■ -.V SPECIAL NOTICES. WEEKLY SUMMARY. m V A, tjp better than the suggestion; As oompared with the present standard of sucli Journals, and with demands of the ;U$mry taste of tlw ttuaes, it is a decided failure. The typography i miserable, ii* consequence princi- pally of the use of old and inferior types. The paper is poor, and the whole fohn, appearance, getting np of the journal inferior.'' While we sympathise withevery movement to- ward the development of the literary genius of the South, we protest against being represented by such "abortions as this. The concern evi- dently lacks the means, the materials, the literary ability and taste, for the enterprise undertaken.. , The Sail Antonio Herald of the 1st instant mentions .the arrival in that city of Senor Benito Juarez, Presi- dent of the Republic of Mexico, who came down from Eagle Pass a few days previously, in company with Gen. Negrete, and two other General officers of his staff. The purpose of his visit is not made kno...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 January 1866

of Dee. 211 detetls of tor- ■ ■Cub*J Vjj «feta«*fci towitfc. r.Seot*T filEESt* interert, m we ex- may ifc d*y * anything, supported m he £',! {? the home Gorcer—ian* I w ^IBwued by an authority ilwi Chili r LS te United 8taU will aappa* *• Chil- ians with arms. Thui wfc -L «rw*«i SrooU do, Mctbg.an- wmm11 steter r^poblica uu- A*«ae «.te tp Awerioui ... , is *Mi its way i* Chilian waters, «ad no one ean «*y what events will occur. There i8 tiie bilaad of Cuba, which an of tba United nifcht with 9A muck recuMB as Pareja. _ the Chilian porta The are getting jealously irri- t European interferenoe Aiaericaa republic*. Mexico, and phitt .are sore •ubjecto.- mm! «pon*4i the United States will support tho small republics, anil worda only. n«w that the * «w« wife ' * • . v ' :£**>*. yf Admiral ig supported, and, -Hi^oiftcant, several ftmr are being ptepared: for m service, providoa with war orialaad marines in full comple- te TheJWadrid Epoea saysiSpain toon have tweaty-flVc ships-of- in...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
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