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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 February 1866

1 lu i llsiv* u a* n i <-lo>u ha«*. hiw it «!!. «>•> |i!. Jlh, 13* 4iv % <i M XSkj*^3 York DUif 0* U« B. EI. ber. . Lot Lorn * * '* - V" ; CITY. Souie euterprisiug uo\v mon- ger started a sell Anion rumor ou the streets a' day or two ago. that local bad received a home-whipping for speaking too plainly concerning city items. We think there is soino mis- take in it, for that is a kind of game that two men e u piny' ut, and we should he likely to do pur part if it came to that performance. Local of tub Teieubai'ii :—The Tax Law passed by the Citj^Couueil of this city, , will press heavy upon our drtjggist's. They- will have to pay the Hcenw of drnggists, and the fifty dollar tax for practicing medi- cine, as there is -uot a druggist iu Houston that doeQ not prescribe for every «ase that comes iu his store, i even when there are physicians present, anxioiudy waiting to examine and prescribe for them; that being their legitimate business, and at the present time, their on...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 February 1866

vjiljjw tfi THE COITKHTIO*. HH5 HMtitd by X. M, &mUK~Mrp rtcr ^U« OmmKm, in the Texas to the Coosti- Omveutioo «m «b*ngm to tutioD. Jorit^ of the SpMial 1 the ma- mittee on itih, in favor I considered q of the country, was laid cm thQ.t ble, by a vote of the Convention xts*-' L ■ The resolution offered by the mi- nority of tli« committee wan as fol- -iwrtT" jBatotod, That this Convention re- V 5..--.' 131 8 - •« J , *!! t f • -i- i u *.-«««#; oteLj .the State Jan. 31, 1861, outy oa the Mane e United may i a State the State to ww&. ranme her federal relations In the Union. Mr. JOHNSON, of Tarrant, offered the following aa a 28SBS tottStotsu ai mi: >.<* • Convention re- of the Uni- onist Janua- dments to oon- .wv/fcm to the Constitution of the Uni- antTmich or . (!& $ *> tod State Constitution, as it Jany. 81«t, 1861. be construed vention ToAesWaefet of the iwdfc nance of Seceeaiom pwpwl March 2d, 1861. " •! To the ordinance provid- of State officetf i of a State ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 February 1866

t.-.-ii.. * KpytSUWI .... ^ THE CITY. f f £ • 1 *1 if i t :: i •rr**- rr f- / A rumor wm circulated on the ctreeto yesterday, that the steamer Palmyra, due at Galveston, from New Oriean* had been lost. We are -in- debted to Mr. Phil. Fall, the operator in this eity, for telegraphing to Gal- veston last night for information. The operator there informs us that one of the steamer's wheel-houses was in- jured soon after leaving New Orleans, forcing her to return for repairs, and is now safe. is Generals DeBray and Minors, late 6f the C. 8. A., are now on a visit to this city. Very few planters visit this city now-a-days. They are till enga- ged in planting tlicir crops, and from what we learn, they intend to plant as much land as possible. The ma- jority of them will plant cotton ex- clusively. Laborers are in great de- mand everywhere, and all obtain good wages. The freedmen have become Very steady lately, and as a general thing, work very faithfully. Governor Hamilton's address, publ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 February 1866

■&y. lifoootf Wottld yoa then rote to adopt socb « resolution f If yon wish to go for- tvttpce and the bitter j have sworn four or five time* to sup- who now would crwrii poK tb* Mte rf tk*4h#& MAlix ' instJtt Stotoit, ad dntire to keep that oath. member hen who think* • Constitntieo.be being governed in to doing by tha Consolation oi the United States f If thia ia indeed an. '■M ... fcaSpPI ' these gentlemen, \ ' nnderetood that tiling. J «ramuw«r uryou wis!) to go: wardland do what fe imperative la the States can flr t mstooce, and right in the second, yon will And ample scope in the sub- stitute. _ 1 wish the Convention to un. of their ^SoT portanee,%in the consideration of the quetftoD now under debate, and pra- " e reason why the sabatitste by the gentleman from Tra™ uncock,) should' be adopted by — over that of the minority , presented by them in their substitute presents four are, upon which ac ve, ttc&tlou B y ao da m * tho . PWlif' * • chilling I changes ia the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 February 1866

ifw ftuiw i'.iSMBS ««V?f ■" :* iJi ;j L'.'lg VOL XXXI—NO. 154. no a'iwnj n«.ii't TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, HOUSTON UART m,|866. i,- til BY TELE6RAPH. 8. L.BOHENTBiL ss SSjf&ftI tut sod corded up the river for one d fftBrniiMatf vwp w vNIIVBi ewuahe.Juie, and FIRLING I MERR1RMR W N - Mi; • ,vin 4« rsrH.^fccwtW rvs r. > white kids. • i • • vi c (i-n .'•' ; tr: 1 ■ i. J u }i viti,i j '*«< ' ■ r 3M*o. X 11'! I - i Colored kid«. VAH ALSTYNE'S BUILDING, black kids. vr,^jg^,TX,QJSI, A.storehouse yesterday. ***in ^ WW* Other shots wore. fined, in differenti tM rfitrft!a^^!u PWtffOf - oRAvO Oil TBO i Thepeaoeof the djty must bepre MERGHMTS REPORTS OF COMMITTEES. MAIN STREET, Eoustoa, Tei WILL MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES ON ALL RINDS OF rVUBORLO auction xanaisn. sale's KVRKY ( -t MAIN STREET, / white tarleton. " ./■ < : : j . -!, ' jhowotoni t©* i \ v ■ L * * *-■. a pink tarleton. I AHK TUESDAY and THURSDAY ; yn.•*. i1 .,!■ 111. / Uomnumoinir at 10 o clock, A. M. LARGE AUCTION SALE! S. L. HOHE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 February 1866

, C. Laofden, of the mlB* ' fe fc treaaotta- ■ to oon* That ;m the 1 the systematic misrep- by which her ucfauim from Congress is sought to be justi- <w. ; •* • v JV" *?- Repub- lish who beat of his judgment, wtoflom—to represent •lid thug, at mtn MMB « Wash- that in the death of the Hon. G. W Wprteent to feeTa—-iV" Mire ■ - w*-j m is; the effort* nod restore It k much id. qbiet way, than to idt still and p)n« At the course the Radicals', are pursu- ing. While they work, Ietqs work too, and with an Touch energy and in- feey do, in all the ways open to m. These delegations could also testify before the Recon- struction Committee, as the Virginia J. if which produced a sew a place where it ises- o be no honor to any man to oath—[that he never * the rebellion]—the oouston Telegraph, ivory issue <tf the paper shows if. tjii 0-'.' [ffalvMton Bulletin. 4>tir ootemjwrary is mistaken. We honor a huui who stood' to his pritaci- evil report, and now *tt" - bat wo confess those to Coi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 February 1866

. 4 -v •am • *. ■ < TELEGRAPHIC. ftampMi News. Poktlakp, Feb. 20.—The Btmiui ship Moravian from Liverpool thtf8th,brings additional political news. Quoen Victoria opened Parliament on the0th. Her speech expresses wit is- faction at the termination of the Am- erican war, the abolition of slavery) and ways the correspondence between the reliel cruisers will l e laid before Parliament. The proposed addiestj.ot' the French Senate in replj to fhe Emperor's speech, repudiates the idea that the FrcncU troops arc to be withdrawn from Mexico. :Jv" The London Times publislies a let- ter from the late Admiral Part-jit, written jnst before committing isuieidtv. It shows him overwhelmed with grief on account of the idea of having in- flicted the calamity of war on two friendly nations. lie gays he has be,en unjust and prejudiced towards Tavi- ara. It is the interest of our country to embrace the iirst moment to make peace with Chili. A Rotterdam .telegram says the Chi- lian privateer Indepeud...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 February 1866

28, 1866. W«WB Mlittot^ar artM ta*U «rBBtUi kamr A* MM'tffti vrttar. Ti I ipi'ii ii fabSI Uwfcwltu office of ex-Qov. P. R. # *■** H*lr^iWP' Tvum.-<fr Havoltttiou i* now m fife in the minds of the Americans aait tftrwM fro y agitation, and reaehod oo« <rf it« grandrarUen in the late war, wkicfc endud in acfibmpUahmeat of both the agite- w r—the abolition of II ive men hoped, that it would thereafter cease, but Wmf h«ped vainly. When a people become impregnated wtth the Idea of righting up thing* by revolu- tion, m many thing* w« found to rijflkt up that there |a no end. So it icln thin country. The North and the Wait having united against the South to abolish the political and social status of the negro is found to be a more difficult question than that of *lavery t now combinations an likely to he I in regard to it, which will give, part of the strength of the West to fbeSaal^. Theh the tariff question j* likely to become as tiring and as earnest as ever before, and involving ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 February 1866

'■■If. t THE OUT. White Men at Ooi-okku Pah- ri*s amp Balls.—We are noiry to learn that at some of the parties and balls, or other assemblages of the col- ored people, of thiti city, white men attend and trip " the light fantastic toe," with colored women for part- ners, preferring, of course, the hand- somest, lightest Colored, and less highly i>crfumed specimens. It has always • been the case that low men, for discreditable putyosert, have sought to mix themselves in such as- sociations, .when nOtpreveuted by the masters of the old regime. Now that there are no masters to take the over- sight of the morals and ,tlio protection ol tlie rights of the negroes, it is to Ik* expected that such men will follow more unrestrainedly their vile in- stinets. - ... — But we are pained to record that such things, of late, are not confined to the above-mentioned class. Young men, tenaciously proud of their title to be called 4< gentlemen," and who may be heard spouting any day against "ne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 February 1866

MMMSMMMimi ^|f:| ■'■ '& the bill the B6- and refugees, and for taving with the ooucloidon that! toeoaaltotent with the to its benom call to mind, iu advoAce of the couutrr by declaring to tl lean people and the world UiitM States are still in a < of civil war. At pre* part of our country i thoritjr of the United ; to the Amer- I that the . . . . . condition of civil war. At present there is no 'in which the an- I States is dispu- ted.! Offences that may be oommitted by individuals, nhouldnotwork sfor- feiture of the rights of the communi- r March • paroosesin view. Be- ■ to nave effect, farther m m freedmen and h ^ ^proved in the 1$ WM thm^gkt Pi mmm experience way assist to a wise conclusion as to 1 . he adopted in time of peace. With Congress, the strong- ito secure to the freedmen meat of their freedom and their entire inde- equ&lity in making con- for theirlabor; hot the bill be- fbre ns contains provisions which, in jay opinio®, are not wairante^by the oonstttution, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 February 1866

BT TELEGRAPH. 'ftta (fee CeareaSeal MARINE REPORT. ADIIM Mr. &OB$BT8: inghter's fUDtodmcot to ition of the committee in be power of i* relative to 'the roes. Adopted, r Mr. SPAIGHT. - Substitute for Msond section. It dull be the ' the legislature, at'jtanert sessinn, id from time to time thereafter, to tss such laws u will protect'freed- Bn, in this State, in enjoyment of their rights of person ani , an d ninst the^evils that may eir sudden emanoipatian. Yeas 14; ys60. , . ) , f ' ■ . Amotion to strike oat Sec. 2 was ide, and iipon motion to lay that ition upon ths table, yeas 00; nays Mr. JONES. Substitute for Mr. >berts' amendment Lost, yeas 22; ys 52. Mr. DEGENER. The following: > person shall be excluded from ring evidence on account of bis race color. Laid on the table. Convention adjourned until 9 o'clock >nday morning. . ' Austin, Feb. 26. DRAKE. Resolution limiting the \ m of each member occupying the ar to 25 minutes. WAUL. /Motion to amend the > special ord...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 February 1866

iMNpN court, send *" Mini , and foible*, 1 all the iufor- „ > may talcs the CerreapondeitM W^'hf Hm lyt "fey 1 pi -1 mm i&V: j SKI ! *■* " to hi# new, not to MJ novel. He ha* quietly gleaned wade a nqt«#C tfeem refannea. But enough by n Mg flre last night in tt e the city, on the eovner of Ca- " fcpeitking of the Are thl* with the greatest tho e«tabli hment8 Hill k "Ve&eie's hat street, next Urea, wereen- , . The upper stories of the aoraer Iwildiug werej>ecuj>ii'<T at a The materials storcul in the build- ing* were w> conibtwtible that it was at first impossible to cheek the tire. Mr. IVArry'.H hat, store, for some in ^iwniin^^iluu|e^ and a steady atreani of-waterfront one or two -engines tit length saved the U is almost impossible at this hour tofam an estimate of the lossore*en the sufferers. Tho bolld- UU on Hre and cannot be ap- without great risk. jgHwgMR itm w estate, ishmenr. looses irietor was absent unlottked. machine house is a to- tal loss, uof. be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 March 1866

t fjli sjj V« ?">;!! itip' .,! '' JT- jaV^SP s^mm (ion w> Ai >Q(ire«< nil lw!«,' fi-WOt', ,-3/i I " • ; | ^!ia , '• Wr. • ar toixxxi-No. HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1866- • ■ , ... /«; ' !h • ' • f-.„ iij • ,t| | '• ' • ; •—>]< t: J ,l'l " 'V—- 151 ' u 'd* ■ vi'iti&HAiJxrpi r, a vfiii -v'-.tin ^th IHrA kn^.i -'fettia • '• fx- WHOLE NC.,, BARLING l MERRIMU 8.1 MMHTiiL * ca. AUCTION WHITE KID*. COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREET, COLORED KID*. ■i"'"'T ~ ~ *| ^ ^ _ Vi.i.uv' ■-> '■■•!'' " ■}!■ ' " i>i it ■■■'' '••' • t) . OTtSttrit* TAN ALSTYNE'S BUILDING, K'Y V BLACK KID8. '\#V% M f <* w L- MAIN STREET, \ *. ;■/ 4- < 4' "V • i' | '> T ■*$. i, t 1 >■■:., ■ . f 1 ' , . AW> *>\ ;'u &g - • SSI —y- WHITE' T ARLETON. - V..^ ■'" ,3—- ITOW, Tex*". 4? '• 1 PINK TARLETON. ..... ., BLUE TARLETON. DAILY RECEIVES# i ' y ■■ ' ■' ' ■■-) >) , ,. ■ |j j ... BALMORAL SKIRTS, ffffowOOMWM ' ' '■ ■•-■■ ...... , ■ •' -wWM >f.l O • Hi W'/v ' ' 'i l \...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 March 1866

him iu*> tondigi, lm sand final, ft ' have, tram Mb*1' f to in <*, While to force or , And to undermine case be should y coaxed him misrepro- 1 hi m, in, < and detectives to watoh negroes m woadaa^iu, icilfetory course, i " : ,to,,:,4 Sfeftre ' the ion and tbefe*fl, , single instance for Republican theiij/^r ftoalfc1- Bot even nse W ■ theweak- to W Samuel Smith tc Co., of Now Orieana, WO,000, which be took from banking-house when he com- And the other day a ied agaj which, he a- Mr. Rd^ He also hi# own OoverameBt in 'w^'tES^^Ta** SbS^ ? Petroleum, which has enriched M m*ay people in the North, exist* also at the South. We have seine items on the subject which we cannot van- tilateyefc awhile. We shall do so, however, brfore lbng. The Picayune says that an owner ttSgrgtt callty ascertained to yield petroleum. He refiised ; bat accepted 5 ,0Q0 for one year's prbtoge;*# working his petroleum resery^ l^th an interest in the profits. ThePfenter> Ban^r, too, notices the discov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 March 1866

<> 1 I wnuffac-wr #««■&* «j -rf..- V^i ti±\i f mm LATEST P*OH WAMll*«*ON. ^•kuJ&a MkMMfe- I-Ialkol' -.,«*« CmIuU -fcalkori Affaln fe&-«riS^S^i!? "e.-. Aiitfw (Clbe Stlaaouri Leg. kUt*n< WA8HUIOTON, Feb. 22.—There was a mass meeting at Gfrover's Theatre to-day in support of the President's policy, the edifice being crowded to its fullest capacity. A large number of persons were addressed from onfc- The Pmidrol'a MpMck< The President soon made his ap- pearance and met with an enthusias- tic reception."' He said rt* ; r™ Fellow- Citizen*—For I presume I have the right to address you as such —to the committee who have organ- ized and conducted this meeting so far, I have to tender my sincere thanks for the confidence and approbation they have manifested in their person- al address to myself aud ip the reso- lutions they have adopted. * i am free to say to you on this occasion, that it is extremely gratifying to me to know that a large portion ot my lollow-6iti- z...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 March 1866

' Mf"| W5u oMmMmt nttatol Ww "llw" ttk ifniim * Smrwuiv '"■V 1 ■*==•■— U <Us paper aatil we t$,-< s V • C •* to-ai<fbt ftt BuckuMr'a Hall I* lw «|tof a ® «*rph« childwn of&fc latto Gen. Top* Green. d that heneefcrtkjrty tab After tbe leader of thai with woold hftre ©out the King Ida head, sod Mr. Jotuwcm 1mm rotorted apom that leader by A rgia« upon him «dhk aaaoeiateii tfa« crime of inciting to aaaaarina- there con he no healing of the '• '&v '" Other «m troction may take pta*, twtthoweoMtawtian of good 1 When the prin ■dToeated, and iwMBtrnetlon tart the w« feeling txtweqi r. ., Jfoid. Steven#, i impoBdWe. Portia* must now amy themselves onihisiwne. Theremu«tbe aCon- aarrrtiYo p rtj, wpportingthe pre* - v . v.. maintains, and there mnat be a radi- cal party bent on ruling or mining 818 late Confederate State#, but Terri- having been con- in the po- trobjecte of the rw ft' V 'l the restoration of these hut only ihe interests and iMftliM ftf jhft (WPflaKTOTIi. 3d. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 March 1866

"f1 * 4 \ -' •+■* *><*■ *>*!*■ urffc'-g > y.-<M*i8 \ ! aswifctf ..• ^ - *i .- IMi. .*•«# ft immrM .BjTTV Gt> jl . v The Boueflciary Oeawrt to Capt. Bicktey. tm WwWd y uight, was a suceeiwful effort, and was well attended by appreciative audience. -J— The body of a nefeto was found in the Bayou, near the foot of Main street, yesterday | oming. t ■ ' - The Theatre re-opened at Perkins* Hall last week, has again suspended its performances. !.. In absence of Theatres, Con- certs,,, etc., there -is stHl, one or two amusing and interesting shows in town, the "big-headed baby," and the •' Panorama of Scenes of the Battle Fields." ' L'r 5£;' March dawned upott wyestw- dav morn, wltB a bright rising suU, and an atmosphere most spring-like, while the blooming flowers and fruit trees give indication of an early season. We have been favored with plentiful rains, fcnd everything looks tresh and reviving,from the winter's tierth. The Bteamer Shreveport arri- ved yesterday mornin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 March 1866

in line • private iMwrto be prindpto «&«• to the mTcSMMkm, oaly in | re to' do, wff-*B~the del -st*fl5&iS?aurs $jgi£ SmSrSrn* <[n itiii 1 what it hM to bo. They have to eat >ZT i# iW .nlt it out they will be Thej had m well it ii in. No use cant twist out of it. Mr, Thompson, the xm« —, dou't like iny associ- him with Messrs. Norton and •fqrs he is better looking, may be tree, bat of one thing I tun certain—he will never have * tfd than Norton nor redder than Randolph. and if he equals them in talent he will bono " Sat I think there is at and progress report- wag inexpedient to ed that whicfi proWbits ministers of the sos- pel from holding seats in the Legisla- tors. over, to come up in ~f JT&I Co^ltm on'General Provisions of the Constitution, report that the y&&£tfts£js& •e to <K **ethe State into I District®, and that the . m relieved. from passing Report lies over. Joeaolution point- |of thoHBH and Collector. | ■to proper It was I*lfc • N. Resolut...

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

>4 •fiJU. ' •'* rtwyytifff. i^)iy.1fc>WWWWW<1 rtMsSSlKaWii Cf' w twtii,&*&? Ml .*' GROOEKH8, UftUOBS, 4c. C. BARBELL ft CO.. WHOitSALK CROC Kit8, 5UBBT THE BANK ! CORNER MAIN AND CONGRESS 8T&. Houston, Jferos. >, 1 U W. DfwUiii President ud Cashier, and JEm.* dealer in the following ucu>«>: . -jre ciumpagne, of all the brwdf oT tatafe 'it, and 1 tad Aooeptanoes i on depMlta. fcthdPlaprietor The Bank of Bacehus. lebll-dly ; „■ , ... >•■ Ttntace *4«, and Vrailety of and Aoooptanoe* Cashed on tender! bla customer* and feUow-oltl forget LEGAL. J. B. EDMUNDSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND1R80N, GRIMES CO., TEXAS. **"* dtwl J as. o. Mcdonald, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ANDERSON, GRIMES CO- TEXAS. AU" WrS5L"^lL^'n?^,'®~^4jk*r i --T- K* *" ft* Criminal branch of ItUnSanr^ -1 Fraitr. In Important cases of CHAS. JONES, ATTORNEY AT LAW, iebH L. A. THOMI MONTGOMERY, TUXAS. dl)* t> OAX.TMT 0?f. nlhe uuder Urned, having become the suooeuors of 1 Sam. D. Harlan, aa proprietor* o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 March 1866

x m bt the Too* M ths told the fin 'i "i i il V ' n a*B very mucn but! that ww to be cMrtsi'Wftb but, the twmm commo en the fart reotited the «<w isther, tattoo* about m&tod fthdthe and leartfWiB ;'«A mam . _ will Nupo w hi* su MmM humble | '...../1 ' m rri m L * '■I "If ^ j h ^ J 1 ? s * ,t4 It j :• . ■ ..ki 1 7 | " J J- '^v •M ;• ■V-'-M I . . r.U VT vl with and gimolo fill ymu «9jm> wtifc tta* wito*" loyal man, who have honestly accept- ed the situation, and are willing to abide by the decision and result* of KS£bSI2SS the Union and peace apd son oughts oitiBKna^i d^os^wal| coast ruction policy, he piu*t fjni«tt ^bouT" efarenc€ to former politic) JHfinw sns, ~ n. .. ^ «««f VV h«*H lo> i hi«b t« sent by the people of the South as their represen- tatives, Mr. Johnson says, they should be^admitted to their seats. His idea, of not breaking with "the party which elected him," is harped upon by the radial wing of the Jtepublicau party, and considered aft evidence of the Pre...

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