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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 February 1866

LEGAL. L. A. Taosrsoii. •(fctwte OW. tH'LOTyjUTE. ,,, * (Joldikwaite, ATTORNEY^ AT UW, Ohiii OoaatOBi TM AIH + % la Oslvaatso: Uw, I—W V. E. MeLgNDON. ittRM7 aad CMuneOor at MIIXIOAN. TSX4*- ST. V. BLL ' ^ I •« BIL1 ■iTZ*. PILL A HILL. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. HOCBTOH.yXXAS. ^yo"11* «* iw,uw^„ HENDERSON & JOHNSTONE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Oflce BMkurt BiiMlw, j softer JUW tTMT. BOUKTOH. J. B. LIKKNS. Law and Collection Office, (ULTB8TON, TKXAH. «mCK. 03TKKMAN BUILDING. HTM.AND Collection* nude tbrouchout lb* Bute, Janltdly Collsptlou* ATTO MISCq l; AM —— t S BALIM uOrunlxOo & V y ' * « P .<• OO. COMMISSION MERCEAr-IT* ' - To .. I X • - C1GAHS AND TOBACCO 4 T *" MM O JL E S «i E. Ei A. UUUUI AND WELL dBUSOTXD STOCK Of lUrniud Duta«*Ue Clean, Chimin* tad Smoklnc Tokoa. 80"r' ^ Str. wi.opr "Jtl *i^\^kilu ■Mttnrta WM' JLiitrmlCmah Mtmmeni ^ssxegsvASraxs .JAUKS 80KLRY. UUY « eg., Uenerid CommtasloD |T ft- II. Tend CSOSBY & TEVIS, T0RNEY8 AT LAW, dec8 HOUSTON. TEXAS. dly J. W, OLIVER, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 February 1866

n WtH&iM®BSjCETSSto* SiNHL _ tbo ehok* B.., , of C*pt. Machado, tiiey visited Urge eavetra tliwt v ktted tb« facepda Centra, tha original coflba j htot4itie>u which most of those io Eaj'irito SttBto •prang. Moot of tbe luads thij bad visited wore Govarpawat lauds, and tbej now dasired to vtait another tract on the hendwaers of the Grao- du.atdbataryof tfcs Bio Doce, but could oat, M thay bad not time or maaaa to maka roada-to reach it. Bat StopfiQiiriiiit, Tho secoud and la>t Owuu Vut>U and Instrumental Concert, by Prof. €ha , Q. Stone, this evening at Baek- ar\i Hall. |gp £ I B®t. Ballard $. Dua makes a re i&flnister ofi^oolture ■ i Empire of his explora- rtOWytt of the Itapenm- flp the ^*■■1 Ip;;;'■# accompanied by Cfkmiaoiulador Carlos HF'igueiredo* They took packet at Kio de Janeiro, reached tho mouth of the Itapenm- rim next day, where they saw consid- erable coffee, some eofton, much SMsewood and other valuable timber awaiting shipment They ascended fcha Itape...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 February 1866

, . f.'fUCi. . ■ ■ • . . V* . . • . ,i .... m ,'fhti < ii y. • r~— k drMOken 111*0 arr« s'ed on the ■irwt< Wedua-dUy wit" lia< iftla«4. MlTt"K* in tlm li.nel il« {lr lili MilSw V' '"ur ••UliW. '•« fio iiionay u«l KftiH dnmk for tlx* purpn-w «f securing lodg ugu. Why <1 >n't tiie Ci«J Cuuimtl pinvile HUt> iue u |« eouip*'k**«r uU to woilc, kud not in ba h disttrare tuid ttfpeuse to iha iax-|>iiyqr> 1 Ttwrn is |>l** ty of public work to do. and if they «n wt al U, ■« «hal! luwr ltx« gt initek «otomitieJ Urat Olutwih Ute of the FwcdinfiiV Jur M In Mils city, haa beun nutiior a-d iiy the C ljf CoRncil. to, raian n ilou-e tini po'l.-«j . pr-ivulrd ibe citK-o* pay t id police thiol Ilia eitaltlinhnii nt of a ahtrp wy good Wtarat, W UHllllIlT MKpt-CUl ftlMtitlg f lilt) •himciI and tli**v for "aid C'omlell Ui > H«|tracn!diiiKii, iir lik>?i> mau who f*sp wsKlft.itW. dw . forwaid to lriglit-?i> the animal*. Q<i tbi^*Mi attd nwe*i are aa tibaiy m any ■...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 February 1866

; ^ " ■ Colnms, ' FH AM j Tfec . f.Hennte a* , bat atop*, ut without l^log • potted ■ notion. Now, for an mm lww> •.'•Anwc-A-M hw —I aiUZi B-kw~d. br to,*** , by imported Boak- liirta. ity i hu*> BImkhb. bj old (son of the < 5agr iaa Oracle < Wjgggi >' tverthekaa ftiv * foot that a gray ia imported , Yorktown, the mdifflM Mi' Sum! 'SSSSSS' (son of Darlv , waa grey, his lypll gray,and the &%&%&? •be, Medley and G Kg® Wo aljMferaly ra- fctien to aell your Utjitmm,■■with the Brajity to ppir&iiae Indicate you-aa the _> ! wn and manage i greatly need the do-op- ili aach .iu ,tbe movement j nude to improve the breed ffiUOASSlc few to inaugurate it. '• right atrip*," -ywn^wiflp example for the amount of honeaeoae poaaeaaed by the geaerylitgr of folk*' who are very well informed in other ontten: I* the dly of H«<uU*a. i ** -wew -g the greater portion of a . am ehair and amoklng a pipe with all th6 aelf-eomplacency of one of our ago when In company with y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 February 1866

f j&J ' '.Tr. the < inr. Wear* leaaed learn tbatHar •hal Lord baa ataiioued a jwllea-man ou data «a tiw *ui*uibo*« wbaryae, wirtt order* to preMTv* order aod Hot aliow auy •Uatner M blockade the bajou, M • lu iftvo •II a fair oImukm to PMP <•>« pl«a*t. ThiiU a yood' move, and Marshal Lord will Mori* M* M"U>k« of ih« ateauibuat- mea far ika lwpro t-m«ut. W« are nund Uiet order will be prvaervrd at all bsaarda in the locality of ikeMaam'toat lauding. —— T*o aicxer drajnu-n were Arre*ted jeatafdar mniuf by City Marshal Lofd, who cauuht them enjoy inn a game of fittt- >. caff* «d the atoamboat wh «rvea, who were aooa introduced lo hie Honor, liHcorder Badley, who oonoladed that a special depo-it of fifteen dollar* and eo*t each. K> (Jw dignHy ftf u* good cfcy or Houston. T — We learn that a car laden with cotton caught fire at Cypres* Creek. whil« tha down train of the Uvutral Railroad wa« coming to ibis city on Tueaday afternoon. By the active exertion* of the emp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 February 1866

' IliP ■ ■ I. *Vb. 11, i860. >u we devote to ( oar present oiiuuui- i£Ue iubvitoble re- _ *B®sk i fn/w iwiaatttbhi , and Mi rough 11 eiiMtge re- i*agele*a. Passion beteU end iu (be few of revolu- mlnde become dttllfions. It _ tl«>«W« ot the iw*% fiibaorbiug hoar hove pawed " iweeeutteiit to review the t induced their exUtence, - near or remote origin. i ar the ntten- ^ ..j , comes early couctuftion that the science of through alt iU v*riwl appli to diwroat dreamstanoes in b ages, U governed by a few brief and comprehensive — thair obedience, all w **" ruin, The blessing inoat mold be brought us, if instead Of eob- teh«4sto4 kHVan mind theories, we would em- tbe truth -that is contained the old, and build PLK. J • w that with (bedwOh of «t 6on<l*#« ied Hie effomtuale dependeuee up >n ■ asttrsitsste intelligent miwl, that V«r from g men mul women artb even So soon iu thi*, engaging in pursuits which they sever dreauiedof adopting before the war, and ia the auuiluet of whie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 February 1866

r i $ '«w>' i ■"■'fc,.'!* - ,V' <+>*■- b.VhW<Nmn"'' *"* "• . &JE«3£l... 4.... . — «•*-* w wrnm** /«-•' '•■ '• .iTi'+ti o^j'.Jya.^-V in..T- *r ~-^vV£> VOL XXXI—NO. 150. HOUSTON, TEXAS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1866. WHOLEJTO,459& i IBBOTT t CHANDLER Opposite Bask Home, HOT^TOV T IXAS Letter from Austin. The Convention. xjst ITOXUL r ) FOR 8ALE! ^100 bbl*' nobtbkkn potatobh, M> barrels eheloe Family F1o«r. too barrel! Onion*. 30 " Extra V 10 hhd . MoKcoradnHuifni. A* barrel" "Id « CrtiahMl " ' • A ' > -bS : M '• Ootfe# (A> •• 19 •• '• (BV " II ' Powderrd 80 " Rice. M '•. Butter Or cWr«. 11 " 8od " 11 " Boston 8 n Milk " I ... .... ,( -,.t 14 easlc« Ale—(Mere A id " Porter-- " ii'fi « >hr4i'i .'Tt'ii' rj| •: 95 band Rio Oofleo, ' 100 grmui Pomades—uwortaiL 100 " Bxtrnct.*- 10 •' Colo«nif- 5 Bear"* On. 1 " Rom " M0 dozen Pocket Cutlerr. 3 '' " Mo Bdnorn and Shear*. "t 30 10 i.i i;< «s HalrBrmhw. Poeket Books. Briar Pipe*. 100 fine Mershanm Pipe*. lot do...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 February 1866

— m 7?; w. 2 - h-5' jfe ' ;^Btar the **?rgh# tK- l" -I,.!, n-1,1, tin phi- Umplmp9 atom «<^|b«w£H' *n do compound In augta! nlombleo.— ne1^lMariim^WiartweraiM«^ E te: j-I § IKI ^;. -,rv rateable aadMJoredy lew miracalott*, discovered themselves onsongbk Now detected only to be alighted, which later aetenee hto njoieed In and oaed. Considering, however, the very few grwaarfknowiedge which thooe adlent, 0HtedoM old men acquired, not-' withstanding thele long seclusion and search, it U more pleasing to enter- tain the theory, occasionally put forth with much plausibility, that wider the symbol ot a transmuting atone, from prefeoo and scorning eyeat^r aahwlf ftiiiSc lore and eahaliatic mummery, they sought nothing but spiritual tenth. There may be aome reason for raising them to the dignity of hermetic philoso- (lying them place in the d of lofty-minded mye- ttes, who eentury after century eonae- -crated themselves to the solution of the 8phyn*'« riddle. Throughout all antiquity the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 February 1866

J : A TRPWEEKtY IELE6RAPH. We will aot print Mr article in thu paper until we Honrtwi* February 16. IM6 Letter from 0.1. HeOteals. REAL ESTATE. J. W. t4WBfHC* S. t. HTML I Special oomapondence Dally Telegraph A few days since I met at a country a young man who seemed prwt- village a young man vno eeemea w ty fuU of the contents of a neighbor . ■' r~ Vj^MNSlt England or Prance, he eared not-which, that he would side with any power against her, See. I wailed quietly un- til he had spent bi entire bag of spleen, when I plucked him to one siue and questioned Mm closely as to his real feeling. I asked him why he should Dssess any feeling against the United OU| wlw i liuavv ,, , , ing war upon us, they did it to save the Union and to preserve their own nationality. Their interest and prin- ciples were against the Confederacy, and they were manly enougji to fight for their interest, and in vindication of their principles. Where on the other hand England and France were iden- tified in inte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 February 1866

iljfg -v msm SAMUEL LOCKE ?• Import* and Dsalar la „ «f * . ; 'j HARDWARE A CUTLERY l ilaiau Omw Noam and ElanrtU* tre.t*J ■uvMumB ' tiwdMT'p i %$ ■%?t!,& .tfi-ja toiCcrres ftt-jr. JwamUh M. Wnrdw«U, tor iMt hit firm tf Mm, Warivcll f Co..) Importer sad Dealer la Hardware, All CMMIttIM meiinait, JOB* Itnet NBW TO^X To-Oec^BetW. Jiui A.Om. Galveston ^agiijutj .a Oi-/ 1*1 )ttini io£ eftoiflsn 5 4m# w«*ss.j BSCE1VED ! ! 8AXST >11 tawwISi city rendered Mh'Aj.it. Ourrim'TiSS- A oompi.t. susorfment, togother ■jtthealf and kip skins, shoe uUi. pegs, laJta.tLC- m.% w$W'-m faiiW $ In aton lor Ml* ■>/ B. U MANN * CO. Mo. 83 AW.M No. 83 & 85. Msgaslne St f' ' New Orleans. N. B.—Caih paid tor hides. Wool, tallow. bee«w«x WMw. Jtc. Janlldtwtm. gpOCIRS EN*$« ink; . w,4#I. a?r"ui4kfc K. H. CU8HIN0 A CO rfc it 'iff! WHiJW 31 Carriagei7 Carriage ! • andkUjr sxpectf ng a. stockof oarrlagesof ev ■ *'i M /WT ery dMerlrUoo, manufactured expressly hy to* Mat makers. In resuming oar old busi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 February 1866

1 V IWrtttan tor the Telegraph. J A PEAK OfT^E WILL. ^ mm ' • • Hydra-headed I hydra-stlnged I Brer alaser deadlier ringed Bound tke body'I Inhabit, 0 thou griding, priokiag P l , 'if Laah iu>d crashtke aMar walla, Bartow dee* till earth-work fall#. Inner tower «C faun mil apM*UuhvwIH never, oarer Here 1 (It fai ngnant Mlaaaeaa,— Hataitu4W« Is my orawn; All the ehnddcrof the mun 1 o*n tmlleaerenely down. Like the eoalaaf tree ud flower Sinking patient, low u)d lower. Bank into tfce frosty earth Stiffened 'jMMIh Hi wrwy girth, Warm to k<MU> ta nlltode Life for bark and milk for bud. Wine for btrdi MM knell for been, And ail Hpring'e eweet eut'uwi i— ,,, I,, So retreating lnwafd put the twinge and stress usd •train Of a&ecle, nerve, the beat of heart and throb of brain. Walt" I, rieli fit bud* of luture pleasure. Thou, O Pain; canst foed thyself on eye and tip and ear, , i f'j''• l! '.'.* Kvory sense of outward beauty numb ilttd nip and <- - CMC-'— r™ • Ravisber, I alt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 February 1866

I been femur itaaaL I®- Pt " 4 by -Jwatom- In to iadhrfdual m4 m • Hi mAmIm, have time to refleefc calmly /, «d are tfau of- k ftomswy&n bankruptcy Those d«- [pTefttBttbemfromhftv- 3 tlieir minds. Attention jgjfyai/- rlfiknUtlfimt cirilltif* of Mends. eliuaes <wu MMnable to- of God. The high and the poor, «V«* 5iBth«pr«e oe i the power of jmpathy thHtliaK tones of the i voice, which readers the pub- preaching at the gospel, and the eoagsand prayers of the sanctuary the most effBOtlveiiseaaB of imprcsaliif divine troth open ih® hearts of men. They who are uaafcte W read and im- VCA ffftiii listen to the reading and ressotoing of an- other. Impressions we thus made, which wo deep mdlastlBg. A thou- are har- Savior in theaO criminals executed, there were seven fatherb who had poisoned their chil- dren, ten husbands who had murder- ed tbftlr wires, six wives who tiyi' poisoned their husbands fifteen children who had destroyed their parents! Do theta the Infidels <rf t%is land ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 February 1866

n A. /-■u<n**im*.' - tittx i« WW*!*1 ■■' ,1 MMU. imH jytMi. Mf«MI « rr nlietivEb. •I • ' iinwuBil #aiW ««> ■ PADGETT, LEDYARD t CO. ■;<? Kaar.j-'3:T^- v.: *. j*. jyt ■ kkda. linHmt qullttea, m barrels 8. F. Floor, NtamUbtnllow. * - ■ tMHtOU RyeWkiaker. ** «* • .„ /AT"**"**** *• ■ « ra m m mat Manilla Bope-X-tach. • taiee India Bagging. ttaeUa Hand Made &o e. «• Mm Xr Bwk|. w 'JL 'Mfc'd saleaM etoek ot ** • •' FAHCT GROCERIES, - • ,. :*uv.> M M Pi , , W A ,i T A *.•>** S JW «'! City and Country Mercliante t :i w r 3 r auvu ' • *)> , ;•. . A; ui4ii • tjt,#., 'i,. , . ,w; :* «•* ,ft-T rJ ■ ?f i FANCY I STAPLE DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, NATS HTVlAtiUKSiM ,V/AJ TA 8Y3HJIOTTA '« w ■■ SAMUEL LOCKE. 'HftllinMlliilii Ll nARDWAjyt I CUTLERY " issUwttatA ,V< '>f (lif 't ^watO ■ um ■-> '-'i. iti M- W 4w«u, • All IMWUIM MMIAIT, * X>E* StMi. raw YOU ■ttor.i tftjST • -.*.■!!. j ■; i RECEIVED • " ,i: f -t~v' .. ^or^aoii i&aui )P •1 AND NOW OPENING « W o r 110 rj'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 February 1866

•snas LBPAL. jab. o. Mcdonald, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ANDERSON. GRIMES 00- T11U ?/S£SSwk •T"2raiu . * Tkompttou * tioldthwalte, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 0*oela Houston: Taa Alatyae'a lilUtaf, w.«. 8mm. OOm is Galveston: Osuraaa'a fag- HtrmjU, , ——i. *s Y. X. MeLENDON, Attorney and Counsellor at law, MILLICAN, TEXAS. ■Will practice In th< Courts of Bruo*, Grimes, if Washington, Montgomery, Robinson tod Fori " * janl7-ly HILL &. HILL, ATTORNEY8 AT LAW, HOUSTON, TEXAS. K^Orvioa—Old Courthouse, (up stairs.) .£■ >11 dtwly HENDERSON & JOHNSTONE, ATTORN EY8 AT LAW, OlM Biekitr'a BaUdlnc, janWdly MAIN STREET*. H0U8T0N. J. F. Ubodit R- M. TITIB CB08BY & TEVIS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, decs HOUSTON, TEXAB. dly R. V. Coox Edward Uolmhb COOK & COLLIER. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Colambni, Texas* 0LUMBU8, Dec. to, 1865 A. D. U'OINNIS J. B. BKGTOB MoQINNIS & RECTOR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND Collecting Agents, Will practice their profeaaion in the Oountiea of Caldwell, Guadalupe, Hay* Travia and Wil- li...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 February 1866

PStMh f J9UMBJLM, COTTON DTD WOOL FACTORS AH flWWiL OMNMlli«ft iUrel&ant*, imp, a«i fclwarto^i UftlrMUa. WMkU Met) W WMSOOUSS 00 e management of whose sktaaat- . sontlnue to se- givenas. Hairs Patent Concrete Fire and Burglar-Proof Safes, Coleman'* well known. CORN M IXjIjS, From It to 3C iuoh. CORN CRUSHERS, HALL'S STEEL PLOWS. CIRCULAR SAWMILLS, CORN CRUSHERS, PLANTER,S STEEL PLOWS, STATIONARY AND PORTABLE EMHNES, Some of which uro in store and others to Arrive. nov30d&tw3m To the Planters of Texas! PLANTATION BOOKS! ARE NOW GETTING) UP A series of Planter'a books, adapted to the ne- oesaity of the Planter, arising out of the change In the system of labor In the youth. They are Intehdod to cover the whole operations of the plantation, and will enable any man of ordinary business capacity to keep his freedmen accounts, as well as other business matters, In a regular manner. Planter's Book.--A, la intended for plantation of twelve hands or more. It will contain Dally Account...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 February 1866

mm m. dttdiis-the n> matador Aft the war, and the war elooed by the Himte of the nauiniu force*. With th t wi f<w the Coo- «* LCT .£• to ft 4 rt u 1 ' v., . William which to i illuatra- -U. : the dTeaiog. All thewata* L.—, anna and acknowledged the p« ra- wer of Umm ail butihe Bawnites And the 1 ini in two States in remote puts of JMji they — " and forever oeaaid the' advocacy of their righto. Rome had not to Mt, and wwj 1 erate T" TfctJBouaa Senate had but to ST. OOWXtt Union, i a revolt It had been I "fey tike trecaendMU dBocta' theConfederato government whole* Baty- 80 i HV &• wares* • m " «M iimmnr fl i the correl- troop* «>d ttoa tof •tfvf Hii , far ail ' t f ' nuBi in mm ? 2 m. which de- right of suffrage in the >of Roman Gonaola and their and >he Totes of the | A* '<ptoWW«iw of pgM* j the'^mitted fact that for _ the allied State# had con- tmere than two-third* of the - " ■ ■ <aad > camp waa within > miles of the Roman capital; i then they never ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 February 1866

, 1 ■■•-a.?. THE Mbi r plain how-often Tfcta day. taitfey. WM ¥ % ■Uwi'lTTitM) m-awiw. ,! ♦ €# " 4tfa nf «wr •WWboitd. ' bad*) (JAoiJ book*, the cihwcIi. , od re- bywwk of our <Hk. 10 w bow. And Involuntary recall of a •tank Ifoa raatMHwd t from «vil! Id tha "world?a gaeal field ol battle," ttaeae litUa cblldiah praeepU never entirely for- ni lM.. .1Tiw«iu<] apaech of tbe Sunday School teacher, the gladD'a* of thoae at home wbea -we bad gotten the reward of merit, (ha prtjtera repealed with our little head npon' the tap of our mother, all nub in «poa our heart* aud soften the hard aa piritiea of out ■ nature '-But alas! where <ioee friends of our childhood t Tha (Max baa grown and mtbared over many * u(tla mound, and tbe happy voices are no (.a* .0.fKsay!r" J- And thus it will shortly be With oe And yet a little vhile. wo too fhall sleep the "sleep that knows no wakingother men and other women will take our plaoes, other birds will sing, other eye* wilt we*p, and other hear...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 February 1866

States, on toe iCi mg a Dele- of who ore loyal to bo others, for or amending f; trad with within the limits vernment, &c., la any eloetion • held for choos- to any State Conven- <1, bo pewon shall be us an elector, or shall be aa a member of saeh Convon- unlaw be shall have previously scribed the oath of , as set forth in the Presi- proclamatUm of May 29th, 1865, a voter, qualified as prescribed Constitution and laws of the Texas, in force immediately 1st day of February, 1861." Amnesty Procla- HPth of Hay, made it Secretary of State of prencribo rules for aAministeiingaad oath, so as to tethefeopl^aia vernnsent against the iswasoe ' m iteealar from the Depart: fetich may be taken any commis- sioned officer, civil, military or naval, in the service of the or any tote or laws thereof, maybe ministering oaths." Prom tlus it will be HBfMfl ■ the officer of loyal State or istering oaths, could pro- If 1 had of Texas would to avail themselves of of tlife Pttxh&mi* and for of t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 February 1866

4 A®!:.?'."" the crrr. r of hK child. TW onk was ut the Mad**' M held for nf the fhM. We would Mmi to accept audi oaths I|g*MM (f nation The templa- te mil? piltj party and of ba l*rd* upon res- is «oo great, not to over- mpent tut ka oath the rnf sneh children esn be supposed to .Wshsrsoftact warned oar readers tn hn on their gwri for burglars and lliim We are satisfied there is a large gsaK of- desperate villains constantly com ■flliat difprodationi in Gal region and in . Ihiawly. and wfao ant Iratrviiag tagnlnrl* hfnsnths. twocities. Lookout for Uu« ■easy again. S.wHo«SB Stouck.—Six trainable fcwam were stolen Thursday night, from the govern sent stable on the North side of the bayou, near llacatee Sc W bit marsh'* • It seems thai n det-il of sol- I been on doty at that place f r part, and the " powers that be'' stable concluded to change, the id new men were plaead then I strict orders not to allow auy person It Snter the stable. A reliable person has charge of the premises, who...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 February 1866

* The Great U telktotfcem in thi*col my dew «l ll- Br AUiStU* |l. MOH1. onclndtd) puvtttf*!* lie aay* little w -3%~ , we aluUl not giri,ar "naughty" e n>- tefte wad hearty gtrla of Texas Ju#t right out, "jon fua ought to b« m .«jrTO rode, tom-boy rtf mother ought to give you If |wq don't be- to yowr exhort them fr9 bepe y«| wfll not to Afcikc this our 1. Y, &¥£$?$ you do behave b&dly we aaapect that yoa y € wWpptag ttschtt yoa whistle sod sing, and WemiapecUhat you try to look lively and joyoui somer times, to stake as believe yon have tavt had * whipping- Bat we cannot be deceived in that way. We bare fteea awitdted, cad we know all about ft. How, although wo know that bad strut be whipped, yet we that they should never he in wager, end if year fothor in anger, nay imrre the whip- yettheydo wwog to gtttting «nch an im- m % editorial i shall 9*# moaning of thafcyoa&PQootto believe m «^ «yh wilk-and- —siTrsT' i , ftfoieajver jwi, aw n^^^i^t .thM Ood ii not aa. jjxy wro...

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