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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 February 1866

m - V/-JU flKSSs" .w*- == : • VOIJCXXI- HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 21, I860. IBBOTT & CHANDLER 8. L. BOHENTBAL A CO. AUCTION AND ' it eWtfjtS/> iX~ J*iWurwV« " WW •• C0MMISS1DI MERCHANTS Opposite Rusk How, MAIN STRE r HOUSTON TEX A M Couston, Texas. WILL MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES ON AM* KINDS OF lUBROaAM-DinXJ. AUCTION SALES , ■ i T MVKRY TUESDAY and THURSDAY Coimmoncinir at 10 o'clock, A. M. NOW I r- STORB. FBOH THE CONVENTION N. W. Bonn J. C.fcCAllHKN FOR SALE! BUEjfH & CABEEN, fien'l Oomjmission Merchants AND COTTON FACTORS, Office, In J. N. Daniels' Store, "JJ '..' V : • •, Oppm.it« Rank Hnu««, H OtTHT ON*; T KXAS. l a £$ J00 bfcla. NORTH RUN POTATOBN, 5. . tM «MMto9ll<W . M J lixir* IS lihdn. MowsovsdoHnttr. ■mmr . ft m M>n, tliij. nr store *11 Cotton, Wod.Tflidee and Country Produce of every character. .■vAlso. will Mil or dispose of nil Menhandlws ncrord- Ingto Instruction,., eon.lgnod to them. Will All *11 orders forgoodn or W«fno« nr etery kind, by who...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 February 1866

Hou#t n, February 20. b nothing very suprlrlng in 4a their report taut of every ptH>a were to continue high, wa* , considering the neoewiti** of th Government to - ~4k -*■ . A MMMJA WjiMItt jKBwgBlftmw VOTfPip1" umm* ^ to look apea such burdens wtth eomplaeeaey nd show no dl*- I potion to Mt« under th« tremen- I^Lenft^weoritoduponto hew. In kct, some Mm to take pride in oar, bavin* rtaan to the dig. eity ef *evectoW* P®0- pie, sod in our presenting as long a stock-list of government securities A0 in the world. Whatever. By the operation of "ach * Uw the « producer* of this one article will eon-, The Ledger. a' new paper with an tribute dfrecm^ona-^fth of the «Ul gU name, has made its appearance, reveuoe of tfB^goV^mineak, in **M- tri weekly and weekly, in 8aU An- to their contribution to the <m- tooW. It is a spky sheet, and teems ¥mh lillW" rf 1 to correct views of affairs. We jfh other hand another. wj>j1 Baccesa. class are entirely exempted from anjr Tlie 8an Autonio Her...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 February 1866

mm** follow- intelligwee __&&* ufJlirimA. ■ '•O'P .■ " " «t«r wartut is tw pork steady; bacon flrai; ap t ; Augur Ml; ~ ~ " illMt Bndtliroe Jiliud; Centre Stephens. nTntflra hi v> been ifc in conversation iTW k;. nys. t|hey strict juftutruli- jUidt " ington Cabinet the American pfeople wlfl , law! of nonintervention ipvoke by Btnlutainhif «tr tj with regard to Mexico. ' . •' ...,• •• •. ty( ' The nrfniabry iuiye.aMented 4ie<tT e introduetion ot a bill ia the Senate , in &Vor of the Pope'* temporal J wer. -r-:- Vr«n WHkl«|wa. Washington, Feb. 15.—The House " Wp* considering the bill reported yes- teiday from the-Committee on Po& ■ Offices. and Rest Routes relative to ; ^JW$«18 *mP «" <i Htartnped envel- ope* for sole. . Among the Senate confirmations .to-day, were the following marshals j W« i8. Dicksoa for the District \>t Georgia, Alex. Magruder for the Dis ► trictof Florida, -John li. Goodloe for dtinp Eastern District of LoiiisUuaa. ' ' ' Vim Kew V«rk....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 February 1866

M > .4:.. JERAPH. SI. I««6 It Is mU ttit tka Mtnrfrnan ^uostion M . Swnwi, Jr a form*} rr^';' ~ lUiMtUMient 3 SSI sE'1' with aut earoy of the Eo - MwriariHaa at Vera Cruz, hM agreed thst the United State* |3BlirialaTWihlffi nwitralttyjalffirt - fte Fleach troop# hsll be withdrswn durt cotmtry. If sincerity la politico, or fidelity to the . «f international diplomacy, to to be expected in tbeee latter day , TW e« «k* I abandonment of the Monroe on our South-western border, " government, under ffhliillOIHHHTiiV'^ That Maximilian «J«MSj ^ .f Mexico without a guarantee of its from tiie European gov- 9 never be- • that the Powen tagged will ever Toluntarily ' mZtom pM**- Theia- ^'fjLwee, ti*#| i unavoidable, tlwt either tl Mexican Empire is tody established, or that if the Uni- • ted States ever undertake to intervene toli3^ n«wk,it*m boat, the expense ofa gtwrt war with Mesi- " Gevsrnroent has steadily wrfMed to and wffl^baUye<^wtosoTe-- ftue taT some time to come. But n HW Maximi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 February 1866

,vu- -' .s&fctt&I(ft LEGAL. A SHOES. 8ADDLEEY. Ilk *S5HP%I*'" onx Au(ru ta. 0*. M A H" ly Breuham, Texan, F M ' •mplwH.Col'imi'iii W A Beuuoit, <5 water* is the liayou wr* very M.4. iWHir, ■Ukougfc 4hcy *'W alowiy fapT,y jy* b*ve But Iwurd of nay aeitau tbe Hood aUide of the city. T " (UtAinem Mt. Olnlr «nd White- lav. .(unwd ffcia G*l*«> tO" yetwrdty btttvily IwKw - wiih merchandise Tha opposition beiwnjii • tbe dilTvrenf anes < do not s*a* to ligbteu Ute load* of i el able boat* wbioh are uudfer - th« lunDmaud til tried and true captain*. «— We . learti front a triable source, ffc-t QitjrWkttoruey UaHtfremi baa reviaed the late lioeiiae, ordiuanoe panned by the •OftJ Uooacil, in a maimer that will b« acted upon at |tba acaniou of tbe Council wbicb will meet lo-uiurrow-altiriioou. ,...*i iiii'X|ie'«re«tlllr Wis w'acm ana jrlfluiant yeaterday, «od yur tUn-ola w«r« crowded with ladies *bo wrrcout «bopping. T-*-A.white man m*d« a npeciai.de- posit with Recorder . Had ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 February 1866

] M 1088. qu«w- *+ ptxJta- Ubert for H A# ISiau KBVA kfukn V* t"™ they s K VyS;'. .rr r *tM aaked , Welle Thompson, of «• ^ giidf^T" mid SSBE , tkoe when the Hon. Mr. its * peM." latitnoncy pre- rtioMto entitle ooeapie*. [ ta a«e#rt«|ta the ItSe Convention tint about 60 are 14 planter#, 5 editoty, sad Dsercbaote, pbytsicians, [thesewo find the familiar ex-Oor. fiunael*, ex-Lt. es-Lt. J0OV. Dick- Latimer, member of tl e i of 1338 and 1845, M ike Texas Conere s; Oen. .musberof 0. 8. Congrew, (5 0en. Whiffle! <if mem- u froipiJM u8a ; ■ofC*S. Provis- and regatyty eoutaat tbedentM. I think that the gentleman from Bexar (Jfadge Paachaf.) haa given the saceet and meat forcible argument wky tile report of the eonuaittee ahonld be adopted, and Mr. 8ha# be permitted to take hia aeat, although be k> oppoaad to it. He takea the pe- " SMKStSSjtt the official duty ot it waa no part of the Chief Jiutice notice in s and of 1861. J of the la the Bu BndC(Mr. 1 the official dnty of Bobertaon co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 February 1866

mmm \ K*' . .■'i- .," ■ ■■ ?'■■■> #;**%.. W-WtlE®| .,-■_. l a '&X>MwEi sffiu v«£Si AM COLLECTING AGENCY. AUUriulTh^ REPORT. MARINE BY TELEGRAPH. -~~*r Br Telegraph Arrir*4 ml ItalnMM. Feb., 17th. Steamer Bapidau, McConnel, Feb. 19th. 8. S. Potowski, Maria, N. O. 8. 8. Tetuer, Hamilton, N, O 8. S. Tonowamla, Teal, N. O. 8. 8. Austin, Scriugcour, N. O. M. BWBN80 m mjM*f. -* M ■ ■ mm Okteaf ?' * . c.Aj0ibm#COH Austin, Texas. Latest flrtsi tke Ceareatlsa! IIawahmI fVh nana 1.1^4.*.. Ul'UW H UiniBMHM *y: Qzi • ■ iyMiM PVKCBASK AND 8ALM0TUAI ESTATE. Rg£gaasaMfes gaygpy® .UK I CM MAN PEBBLSi Resolutions and Ordinances. 8. Tug Little Queeu, Lewis, N CImuM at AalvMlM Kffi .4! . ky Jpa otherwise „ 5£355 feWl*1'* • ••• - ' ,:i BfrtdJ.. ■ • jj I Wednesday, Feb 81,1866. g.ijiyan V.7T, -; r faywtwras* CSooSrT CSISA. GLAMWAU, A AND PLATIB W . 1—t.i,,r. 1 1 .'-"i? erosene HnJ pta with itSTSv fiSTTS ■ ijimWi of th. P WOI- V'-;,' 1. • >;\i *— >wm IMMWMH «kn jwroics- ■ ■ ■ ;p$|f •Mpack...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 February 1866

ii f&SSk of the . «MK:;flM no for doing noli'ui If iti dwiiuod a , do so, ia all probability to do it oftep; bat tnrc to toe that it It ocean to me to be m annoow- uacalled for a* it would man, whotafter he had led a blooming virgin to the altar, and the rites of matrimony had been boI- ^ to ■ tohimdverMM mamm oar action siren hen the ■ Na- tion. aud b a read SMBwe of this Convention ha* taken the am- nesty oath, and for that reason alone. Sir, the tall of this Convention was savmasrwas proscribing any form of oath to be taken by Tts members, and' we ace " im Southern States giv# the porest patriotism, and, in my homblb judgment, with a view alone to the future—uninfluenced by past Unctions or :Utt The period through" country has passed has been extraordinary gloom. It has period whieh has.made the stoutest hearts quail and fl e purest patriots tremble. I recur to the past with no other purpose thus to woall to mind our situation, and the responsibilities devolving upon us at th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 February 1866

m-M? r \ 'M'Jk ,'Uif ill {>«. > WHOL -NO. 152. HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 186a DARLING & MERRIMAN WHITE KIDS. Wo. X COLORED KPD9. VAN ALSTYNE'8 BUILDING, BLACK KIDS. MAIN STREET, WHITE TARLETON. • i ir. :6USTOW, Te* PINK TARLETON. ARK BLUE .TARLETON. DAI1Y RECEIVE** BALMORAL 8KIRTS, ISPBINQ Q0L0B8.1 I Fancy and Staple Dry Goods PRIM BRAIDS. FROM THE CONVENTION. [ Reported for the Daily Ttlegmpli. J Austin, Feb. 17tli, 186t>. Convention met.. Earning slowly: .Weather moderated, but still cold and disagreeable. The Committee on the Legislative Department made a report returniug proposed amendment to Art. III. of the Constitution as follows: ARTICLE III. Sec. 1,. Every free male 21 years old, citizen of the United States, one year resident in the State, and six mouths in the District where he pro- poses to vote, (Indians not taxed, and Africans and descendents of Africans excepted) shall be deemed qualified electors. Soldiers seamen, and ma- rines of the U. S. ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 February 1866

% $ 1 V& -k ' ,v , * ^ -• •' Jr . \ ■ - M ^T4% ,m ?£*>■>&& ^t§ W - f#H . 'Hi ■ . ^"./v .7;. "S .v * 1 1." -'.m1 -1 , just M all the newworld ide*« * tuUrie pa**r ttutll« the American continent with the new world peHey, which ha* hctetofoto ■MomaftiBy repelled its adranees, un- der the creed of the Monroe doctrine. frVil Seward, tut we think, MlretOr long contested iijflie. Henceforth, there will be <tn empire, governed by prince* «f the blood of tlie Old Euro- pean royal houses, both in >*«Wth and mm " £ff7"rdgyoted emla* to democrats* iustita- tlons and a democratic Wvilfcatiou. ITjeoid-woridciivilijsation, ^rdace the Wjceess of :Uni* Napoleon in putting the Bonaparte family again at the head of the French Empire, had become roo^' firmly fixed tho| ejrer beforet and Khepwbable rapid growth of both the. Mexican and Brazilian pires will give M>: A firm foothold 1 AO Iftcreftslii^ly strong todfleqree in tho new wttMp, Whiit, wis. con- aidered Louis Napoleon'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 February 1866

^ C/*" •■ A > CITY. / The latest faahioiu bare arrived in town, and anj ot our city reader* can *ee them promenading through Main street every day, and they are. inc'eed, curiosities. Many ot them have rooster feathers stick ing up in frout, and we saw one which bad a rooster's wing and a portion of his tail on the left side of the bead gear. However, we do not find fault with the manner the fashionable ladies see fit to dress, beoause we consider that none of our butinew, but we publish it as a news item, just as we would to see a gang of Indians parading the streets with brass rings in their noses or an elephant without trunk or tail. Ui rMjlry —The boarding house of Mrs. F. W. Robertson in the Fourth Ward, was entered by a burglar Tuesday uinbt. The scamp obtained admittance through onooftbe parlor windows, and prooeeded to business in a very wiantttUj mauuer, as usual. He overhauled the clothing of several sleepers, nud managed to flud forty dollars In the pockets of one He b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 February 1866

XtettetW^n^ j'x Column. Texan at imimaltf ...„.M J| (0uutry -civtli ftd or limy eaotiaa have ' bring about thw i , of the uobloat ofourdt* animal*. In the earf,y *jttJ - our State, w« fotmd the Span wricsn howe predomisattng x were large eabaladoB, (eav for breeding «•<* « « 001 aim of ithc a brisk for market of the stock of ftjr*"wWel to Louiiri- ■fcfee* afttoal* -oe- climated and to andJte.rbi t .tottepjajSL- . .■ ■ dA ranehflroa. Under «ieh ooncnr rent w^teaatlw* business was iirottt- "inodiuin ulrJd, muaittlat mole, which w* highly esteemed wbentfcr triftd, whUetha horse* are ■ i nt'fcimiinin^MYiiil Kir •* m old on Hw e ws of railroad* of life and limb, and we were not disponed to invest to #ad stock. / long intervals there ' wwiM r imttrtiH* ftnumff • iin. KlflfeMTT' • pemeention pf the laws, or attracted" iby tfoettSHMrted decease of soma half- fargotten relative reported to have possessed a fabulous expanse of laud '"•omii where out west.'' These individual* amply repaid l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 February 1866

ply Jily f nil lire m*:*- a f ' - dHfii > •"A v^i;%V" •'j ./ teTwT V-f BPTELS. one star hotel, Harrisburg, Texas, nortjcUi FA N N,l N> USE TO ACCOMMODATI WESTERN HOTEL, Nji. 9, 11, II ud li COETLANDT Street -- **®W YORK. Wf-.WSSBta. ^ — ►ODUSUj THE OLD CAPITOL HOTEt. f the public. prletor B. MAHPLK, '"hoobto*. Deo, ii, 1863. ' T. J. PRINDLE EXCHANGE RESTAURAT Main Street, HOUSTON, TEXAS. ALL KINDS OF GAME, FISH, OYSTERS, &c., AT COMMAND. ROOMS FOR TRANSIENT BOARDER8 The best of attention* and the jwit fare the market affords, guaranteed. *Hecfd6m CRAWFORD HOUSE, Galveston, Texas, ponlte the C&thollc Church, fronting on Church treet. anil running back to the Public Square. N. B. Crawford and Bon, late of Hempatead, Br pufchase of the lean of the, Thompson ' , been coaudereblyen- establishment hu 9 capacity for accommodating number ormiests. The houae i> well located near Houie, large t£ business pirtpf the city,-the roomsalryand nowir fnmlBhed, and the table anppHed ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 February 1866

.; v >w that the ool- to boat for a mu- fti) next year, ilfim who owned ilsvee rather to one who did not* I know the fact, at ull events." • '* Mr. Douglass — " Because they treated him better." Tha President—"They did not cou- ■ider it quite as respectable to hire to a man who did not own negroes as to hire to one that did." Mr. Douglass — " Because he wouldn't be treated so well." The f resident—^Then "that is an- other argument in favor of what I am going to say. It shows that the col- ored appreciated the slaveowner more highly than he did the man jrho did not own slaves. Hence th? enmi- ty betanqn tile colored man and the Thu white was permitted to vote before the govern- ment was derived from hiui. He is a part and parcel of the political nia chinery now, by rebelliou or revolu- tion ; and when you come back to the *, objects of this war yon will find that the abolition of slavery was not one of the objects. Congress and the President declared that it was on part in order t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 February 1866

*1 HOTEL, VTexas, HHQm. tBMHFilCRfc. • V,/rV^i9). •/; :: >' sK&Alf ESTATE AGENTS, ' £#0'i: f. >oTVii , HOUSTON. ■ 4 •■' /*' rnmhn . A N N I H O UlBiK £&ESSEgSfi$i£ .n.^wwrw*.,-.'^ Jiiw-fr WESTERN btotel, ftj«. 9, 11, II and if COETLAHDT Street NEW YOBK. fl "W I). D. WlXOHSWKa, ,, l'uot. 1> Wi&guMfUL, . j teoitJily JL thoroughly < la now own lor th< table wll " market. fort of guests. „ prietor Invites tbe public.- ' ' ' — —r.^„— Houstoh, Doc. 10, 1865. • ddctwly T. J. FBJNDLE * EXCHANGE RESJTAURAT Main Street, / HOUSTON,.;.x .......TEXAS/ •1 , . ALL KINDS OF ttAMK, PISH, OYSTERS, &c., ^ - ir COMMAND. " ROOMS FOR TRANSIENT BOARDERS The beat of attention, and tbe beat bra the market affords, guaranteed. dertdSm . CRAWFORD HOUSE, Galveston, Texas, /\ppo'lte tbe Catholic Church, fronting on ( if street. and running back to the Pubno Sqi Mn. N. B. Crawford and Son, late of Hem MKTh?;purcha.o of the lease of the Thompaon Home, thin establishment haa been con...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 February 1866

m rj« 3aSgg i ,« v *nw COB- toriihlag six of tho have mo- uld give fS rsays ft new paper has at Sulphur Springs, Hop ,0*11 tit * * nRiPi and truth'*/ and we nay jet mm Imonv; TjImm' 8*vim X&ohinN. r %. niaiifft 11 HI I Ml 11 * * 14 I V iJl SEWIH0 MACHINES, No.7 . x at £ <S^iOW2J!e ,f.bwruu A 'f.ii: City ond Conrtry ^ r. f ppAira A " ft -ry iy w " *' ARROW TSE. ';J TwEST*41Mm ■tad "Inranti'Mt HWItTITi m MM IS lAliltimn. _ in* the.r~t.st FUCY lSTMLE^ItfiOBBS, MOTS, SHOES, HATS. *. (.11 A'Tsliai! '' v ;^ ,.; —— ■ *>T*TJO& W 'KBOKTrBD- A1TC> MOW ^FIR^INO ] aUi.Taai' A. stJAaaaoHw At has a right protest against this appropriation of the nana of hiapaper, Mr. Darls, an enterprising citisen of Hunt county, & aboat establishing asrsrMs^Ss i a papeir weS,and we wish our i in hi* tawlahlff under- r the beoiotit of tha public. Greenville hae not improved durin V MModw ; 4 Hopldns jsoracfty^ia >foinewha$ famed faWw SKtio] ne from m# di- ad during the ~&t 'few. Wo j; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 February 1866

FEBRUARY 26, 1866. TEXAS, MONDAY, WHOLE NO. VOL XXXI HOUSTON, NO. 153. DARLING I MERRIMAN WHITS KIDS, a j: xtu :mss.. S . iZW H.tlKCf 8. it HOHEMTHAL * CO. iiM '• .: a n o T i o N AMD COMMISSION MERCHANTS * I*•M No. X • ItM COLORED —) }* * K«D8. .'I'll <{fU< ll ? "i i> o il <. J ; rr in **ij - TAN ALSTYNK'8 BtflLDING, Wi* BLACK KIDS. MAIN STREET.,!. L.j ;■ ;)♦ •Mi* HI " WHITE TARLEtON.' •r^#Vf !Mii! Iff tU Uo'i I , ^ ■ •'tirfiv Iiibft-i « ■ ) t|. ,«••! J/ /.' ?'*> 'jfi > . lUVIMii:. '•' iT«|t . ; /. . .!>•' II !M tXK.'Ifi . •>t JV«fn|jf lfri .•!« . ma ;t >lt-i I;ft J:,','jl <?•« - r V, i t jilt- ' ''jno- >> !■ UK ,i 'I'uio 'r siinnif i>J i . ih! • via > v.- V- V" "Unit'' vmiYM.- ! i> l.'ijill.lljl :<J . .<• i:'... i 'lit. '.'I' (!! K pinktarletqw ste-n 11 ill! it t{ ff'iti' J itl; AHM lixt' BLUE TARLETOjN. DAII.V HECElVWe : < I; MAIN STREET, [ouatoa, T*3 WILL MAKE 1U (i) LIBERAL ii. ,i ri'ii- ff •.,•> ADVANCES ON Atli XtilM or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 February 1866

tjtoni, c M nw J<r' agutlmt Of forpul of reading, an illation k * ,W^PWvlif " i capa- landeospsctjudg- mm ujuijti& know his mental want#, (Willsupply them; t* otwoca tho intrinsic okawl its value to hitn, swlvo and utter worth- * use to minds of par- aadW^ouiTTkis naturally attends ny« a~ s cultivation of tho mind, an- conceited and dogmatic, the more intelligence a his mind t lilce a dark-lantern -shot tip , 8 d opened only light along apar- ! of thin, it ought equivalent to a portion lew nntari uodoabtedly natearvienft to perfect tone and vigor, and a prodigal flow of animal spirits.' In like man- lier It is not necessary that everything ahonld ..be distinctly rrmum- bered, and ahonld go to such positive building up of the mental muscle that flbgdfroay 1*) laid upon it. A general welfare, a suppleness ot action, a go- nial expansion, an au fait aort of a condition, toay be ^4-odueed by taking Into the mipd Hometbpg more than strong meat." One, too, may be ao scantily suppli...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 February 1866

I W4 da S d- i)l ad JhU liw- j of fthe te pde- otel | the 1 to land IN . •& o "i' 'T mM (Written lur tho Ti'lt'/rapl;) IJEAKT'X KASK. , JMT Mibkjji,*, li^ubli. , " XutUlug hut rotv%," tlie cm d. biffing lief liand with n pesnlnut prUJr. .hone tlit> mm with hin oa.torn nlow . And the luomiujf wind. go KH'itCi.inl lu« I'lisnod eurcluiuily, tin ilromu-thoiigliU go At kill1 atood t)i tin* jjntiVo( tlic cot tape low. " Nothing but nwui! My brow in fair. And iiilkuu mid no ft urr tils wave* of injr bull'. And my eye* I hIi ii royal k ln< 111 l«rlil onrc For tbo wonderful licuuty iuy dark uy<- wear 1 Nothing but Kwenl tukn rwuy theae! Dalfcles aud cowi,ll|>s horu buui'iitb (roue In the wlhhrood I erowu ino wUb ttOwor. Hrinooiwen wear lu tUclr f'' tal hour*1 Uoee.l 1 am bui lowly bom. (Bark! I heard the aonpd of u htiuKuuui'. Jioru: Quick, gather me roue. uud wv^i'i1 tin; u wreath With the red uiit-i uliuve mid I In* while niieV be- neath I will pmke u fair picture uifiiinut...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 February 1866

H. CUSHlNb, «md Proprietor. February febfl-d.twdtwim m mm, in' tilbobapb. semnast iV 4 / who had tat then free, claimed their affiliation, Omt dtf well *e how to deny the claim. And then too Southern churches have been ap brok- en op ia all their plan* of operation, and ao Impoverished in finances, that they were not prepared at once to re- enter the old fields with rigor. More- over. a, sort of mental alienation, a sett of spiritual separation, growing out of the feelings of both whites and blaqks, has very naturally occurred in of the sudden and violent its *wet!ona, attd ■ BL ^...^tin ttf^ttifpoies, sinoetha abolidor. of slavery, as before. Their * obligation to preach the Oospel to the jnfrt a ecriptnral and bind- fcrrsrsa as ohawb&s ideatified themaelve®, by I action, with antl-alave- nlft.ira. no Sflntfcflrn Phiir-flt ever wj 1 itself by -ecclesiastical ac- tion with political parties of any - - - ' -•*- ! relation of the ^onthern l to the blacks is unchanged i M it always...

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