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

THE_CITY. -Than is bo* little local new* [worth recording. Everything mart* [along quietly, and people read of the [unhappy disturbance* in Galiettan I with sympathy for oar nrfghhow, that we are The *—"* : is, that somebody who could prevent them does not toy. and tida i our own opinion. We Believe that pon direct and full representation to iren. Grant he would provide a rem- -We are glad to know that the plendid new ''Hutchins' Building,n constructed for a Hotel, it left unfinished in consequence of . war, -ia now being- finished It make.the finest hotel in the State, if not in the South. A fine lotel in Houston will make the for- ae of the man who owns it. Is it not due to President John - _ that the citizens of Houston] hold public meeting in honor of thenoUe Stand he has taken in defence of the Jnion against the schema of ambitious Fand disorganizing factionists f We [think it is. Indeed, we think such f meetings should be held in every part of the State. It would strengthen th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 March 1866

mm ,1080. Bt«adi- Mt- « really it in here, % a a clear, all they hail ting ! and under yltl, knowing that I utu dry eryiaan, wok ,'la as wet «a P<wS*., You are aware that Gen. Sheridan from Washington ; and is ondentood to be in retaliation for Gen. Price's „ llgSif'Sdfc itoemigrato to a country and *i mi the ned that the Emperor Maximilian is de- govenunent more congenial United States. I am well informed termined to sire no ex-Confederate officer a podtion in bis army. He will show them no particular favor Km: here. K««w mpiiisa family, (hUwW;W. N ahonldbrav; ar« par- te keep com- order to earn storm! Why, drive a raile, some *f py ifctogo, .m hour wjMjreiome miles, some three, !!'« "-°w« :.- "*' r '""y". continental of seven- • strand the 83d Febru- snnually gave /dress, fancy at, which at and gentle' ao trtrtiiyf tnin f IVWllWU I and most, bean- e com- ■ ■ jr • VTfTVjV ; ffj ^ ew Orleans lady) to Cordova, where he has a * >; co«B8e plantation; .but the one be had ehartered...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 March 1866

JIUIJHU .a VWf) KOl'MOlf - lia.'/l rrrrr sn!?x& VOL XXXI-NO. 15ft DARLIN& « MERRIMAN HOUSTON, TEXAS, MONDAY. MABCH 5,"WkZ dgllv'i Hi III '•fli'VjUUOilU*; >1 irtfH i' .b O'l'tji s WHITE KIDS. 3NT.O. X H! COLORED KIDS. TAN AL8TYNE*8 ^BUILDING, BLACK KIDS. 8. L. HOHENTHAL * €0. AHOTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREiET, T®J V ), oift WILL MAKE LIBERAL A0VANCE8 ON At,li KINDS Of nomosEAXiirrsiss. AUCTION SALES KVKBY . -t TUESDAY and THURSDAY Ooniineneuuriit iviroiock. A.M. Attractive Anction Sale! S. L. HOHENTHAL & CO. Will sell HI MAIN STREET, WHITE TAKLi^bM v- c oTTwroixr. TexM, PINK TARLETON. ARK theik auction rooms. Mtiiu Street, On Tuesday, March 0th, 1866, At III o'cliifrk, A. M. AVKRY DK81KA1II.K ASSOKTMKNT of GOODS, ooramixliiu I)!-)' Ooodn, Drvan OoihIk, Prints. Linen*. Whltr Ooodii, HoMnry, (Morel, tie. A lare« and fronA Htock of Urowrlti*, St«rii ™, Cofftte, Starch. H'Mip. UiuiiIIok. Oyster*, iVr. A largo invoice of Liquor* llramlk-it. WhiHkio*. Oins, llhun...

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

n iW ' - Ira urn- tilery i* : fell «£ M t tee posi- JS with •hall we la print,««; to mourn, 90 opon he ban bee* and ought to lH?f Ra- 1^ j:M; •%" the art oi ftdvei^n- Vr-ij, m vely and faith- men awl man- , and amarahalHBg of " ^<rfmod 1b England men 0fiOO pt wi& evident fcieoew. ewcli&ay fftg I mmI h'.wk « - that of -in 7*,000, it k computed that eaefta ferttser baa a chauec n' . well a ««* naivem^. i before ns a copy of the - " and amused , ■ , ttiroagh iti j pttrpomfo ake> * not*, of i thing* theWln obaerred. Most i ivdverti^menfai ar* on a sheet b from that which contains the jk>tt*r jprais, and we ..0.^.:thal'''jw^:;ha t«- not at band a? account of the ^ay this ahee^ is man- aged. aueh tui account having onca 4 «oureye in an,interesting l|t«ie mm*- aents are Kiwrne. of whole pa w being i||i|i| Lines 9f' w&m ., Charities, Agencies, diwjf and Auctions. uht advertised t and brief a way as are entirely free from the with whieh IHM of ihe lodicroa* maay of the "...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 March 1866

I i.atkdt raon > vaihinotot Nemt York, t Fdfo. 26.—Cottou more active, 1300 bales at 44 to 45c. Gold 137. Washington, Feb 86.—'The Bal- timore friends of the President held a meeting, to-ulght. His opponents for Thursday ni, call a meeting for Thursday night. The Senate to-day discussed the concurrent resolution that uo Senator or Representative from any seceded State shall be admitted until Con- gress decides whether tho^e States are entitled to representation. Gen. Sherman maintains that the resolu- tion could confer no power than what is alreany vested iu Congress. A bill-was introduced to continue' in force the act to re-establish a^ bu- reau for freedmen as at first. Mr. McCluny ottered a resolution that it be referred to a Committee on Reconstruction to enquire and ascer- tain whether contumacy be clearly manifested in the seceded States, and if so, to enquire iuto the expediency of levying contributions upon the disloyal inhabitants of such States, to defray the extraordin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 March 1866

pilled," It seems to ua a total wia- 'Mai' tty, to Mi^poM «mwyUiinf auromp- Uahed Vbfu tfce ^ 4s bath d i> jpwyr *W <peh mwdHjld fedat? and «y* o« wyotyiati, It Ja delightftih' ho* it -is eoervatiBf. "''W'Wrtfr flta ife " ' (V ■ 1 'a ^ *>.^i 'IBS $. * Curfiofffi 1JdfftrnMii Lft f I lodfttttion of K jn 'l|ladt|g||y|U; 'l^ta^irekii^oflu of that Ctawft wort of ^ at Greewboro' Alabama, • the W«4pH0t itia excelled. And ye* it is <|uroi, asm iiDiuuij' • tbe youth*! the Bowfch. " '•'■ft.il''' if t' f " "' Wr tfl WMKU } .ital upoa Mwidwit; its *mnmmgmaied ops* smaatao^' from it* good or evil With Him to tkisstoto the intelligent and ;iona soul will Always spraSg in doing. It grows less selfish about tho personal Jdysof Hearen and seeks to be good and Wiso 0w, to n^keahearw hW helow for itoelf aod ftvery ofle ajround it ; itiniLJ "v-'-il'i U'-HP J. i'iJ"1 '?!r ,a >■ < toqp is^uflpf yfistoi^y we puU- Iwbed a aotfoe, left upon our table by sobs® gentleman, that there woald to...

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

CITY. The CoiM-ert at Buckuer's Hall for the benelit of the orphan children of ths renowned apd lament- ed Gen. Tom. Green, was a complete success in every respect. The atten- dance was very large,—the Hall hav- ing been filled almost to its utmost • capacity, and we ore Hnre' Judging from appearances, and the effect upou ourself, that there was not one pres- ent who was not much delighted. We have not as yet ascertained the amount derived by the Concert, but it must be quite a pretty sum. ■jThosa who^ook part iojjie perforin ■ anises aoqnittfd themselves with great credit. Mr. Charles G. Stone, the celebrated Violinist, who volunteered his services for the oc^n^yimi. .drew * fttflm his favqiite instrument, as feweet tones, it strikes us, ns the genius of Pagaiiini ever produced. We have heard many distinguished violinists, bit we recollect none who exeells Mr- Stone. He was greeted- by the uudK enee with rapturous applause, and al- ways. encored on the completion of a Ijlece- f Mrs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 March 1866

jggpjfAyKmsj jfeclowlkf 1c co. semi- m, V, Abuwqu) •CTMM* ASHFOKD, ua8°ahd produce cottor wmu. tnm tte CesvestiM! •pi BAMf y Mi .*f«t * exports of committees. ^aotobb, to detect thfr sutjfflr and douoa their power to pr*. * Co- at Co. j. Ubnon, iraeeeasftd. upon Gwi- V the rittaoa con- Butftiil.Ptiynioh tp T^mighi Austik, March 2,1800. CkttTwrtteojiftfn went into Com- mittee of the Whole, in of the snbjeet nutter before it at the JIB ......II . .him ndreu grievance* to all citizens), the mayor to Mate his that he might co-operate with Leonard suggested that ft ~he pUced in three nggT iHiUiH ward*, with orders to ; all soldiers found oat after ata- This the Oeueial approved __ L his Adjutant to ffive the rto "the commander of the post, * « did. The mayor then re- _ that the eamp of the colored , he removed outside the city, i the General promised should be and I now learn that orders have been issued for them to encamp at Fort Point. . Wright deserves much credit \ willingness to aid...

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

HvrtWIW *- nnrn i TUt-HUHl':4 , *....' . ';i/rs..^C .f.fl r M hI la | Ion. a's ton*. nble. Is, City Itf OEB ■ *■• tmmi n *IM !!.!, R*AHf* mSTBnJ .■;-) .■[(). DaaWrsia . J, B00T« All D. • #!t, ai MkgiiBtM it., n. o. willia* a. W*i.( ■[ ■'> >! >nrim a. itn -v '":oo*3—jfi'ia. i<r o a BOOT Dealer IkLmSmt kflnitags, i «iF«s.iie IWIl—1 lfcllli 4ll) ' * Oongmea - 8treat, - Hooatwi octit TEXAS. . ,. . ^iir,, | -TAMES W-'PRIOE, OV T1XA& < Formerly ^ith Briggp. *i^wA;6tife«toiu) o°w ff'" GATES, DEMERITT * CO., BOOTS) SHOES; BKOCANS Ho. 1M GBAVIER BTBWT. , Between Oiunp an! Magaalne Streets, Naw (J^ImWI* j • vrnnld moiit respectfully inform my large olrcle ed to our large and SrUDd and description, manutkotured expressly .voir? extended to roe nt-dtw&n npatch. neatness Wholesale & Retail DF.AI. BR /WIN B00T8 AND 8H0ES. ■ o. HOUSTOJT, TEXAS. ttRKAT IMPROVESjMENT ! ' IN SEWING MACHINES! / The Empjire Sewing Machines, (Patented Pet. 14 and June a', I860, it March IS, 18...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 March 1866

' *4£X— ■ win ml« t^®*^l6i(i*m«uii iayiof Sg^f- ft, a should aware W cotseiiii^i th^reif **«« > a r^ectoWe num- ber iaOte Em* *« fever of ft 4ii Io fcrf tke fol So® tent themaelvM much, productive soil in 1 r«ft Bat the iUll- weald fellow, while be cut off from %nd _ tai the public lands, the West. that the interests of in ft hopelesstai- look to other and si means of protection of Territory. for one, to s«e Texas divided. unity of ty are in "In union she ever rer pire State" of (the > 'UiiJ.'■>. 5 with every woW, the fle- and can but think that &1M5! /We have as Katupug rtrean*s, afford rich bottom ductive u^Uuidi^ftre "flSttml'iaeray section of the county. Hm 'fflr willioftk^ iere As elsewl hlng into account, little by * ebmmge. m Tfie^pcaciMB of ttSi cofotty are as lasdoaaw the pine-apples, or h«naas The farmers are themselves to We are informe3 that the have almost'universally hii •tNtW?#.jpKfWwfc * The Coluuibju Citiieu urges the ling a #■ ft- & &«, iwW. 'W...

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

* M>* ' ■ ? Mtfaw o« for pay. n«rt anannualb •n«wr. White eottaObrio* aw Ml • fcU fffWM. aad halta* via ukt aoeo*- y*.** V* ""• WtU« of rood! have WnpfMMd anon th« -.rt., .4 for whioh he had to P y t5 wd eqate. w jdebtedto Bryant for* Ian™ nowipapers, etc., in- clXEW^8 MagJZTfor Man* Oar country Mends, who may bp visiting the nfty, on basineu or ' pleasure, might put an hour or to i most agreeably at the Foundries and tlhine Shopfof Mr. A.' MoGowan, |near the Central Depot; aid of Bimp- |son, Branard & Co., on the north bayd rwW [side of the bayOu, near the long (bridge. They will Bee iron, and brass, land wood, put through almost every ■imaginable process, and witness a ■most interesting scene of activity. (These gentlemen are supplying the rantry, for wast distances around. |S. S ith articles in their lineand they ' dealing have ^orocfthem. § The Sunflower and Aver Jloud arrived from .Galveston at a late hour Thursday night, both heavily filled with goods consigned to our c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 March 1866

rff hum to this da- te phenomenal the take of the ub- tratfa that «U m q*wli- mto It m types of the to which the Soil of it in hie parable ■oner. Its lower whioh it was pat by the __ ordaworth recognize the fact that Nature fc the type of apirit as elearir aa it will bo agpw*e ded j aw • 4M- he i any conception of the wonderful [la and ijritemi which this truth produce. But he atood within " nee of the truth, aa aeon by r ideaa of the u of N ature, • conception* that all thing* tor the Alt* of Annum to- rn and una it wa* that h the meanest flower awed could often ouggeat that lay too deep far team. the tt2ttTti>°Vn*rrf<M't ttT°type of wWt! ^ clowto that gathered round the netting sun may pometime* have i takeh too bomt a ool- an eye that had kept Mortality," and the r "HcartJeap Well" ao*y somewhat in precision, jieM be difficult to excel; still, Wordsworth inhaled the perftnnc arid felt the warmth of the gM«t truth th$ all may move- "CkMrad wtth til# (>r<M[H>ct r bri...

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

wwttk febe DARLING t MERRIMAN ;jwaj i||.j. '!' b ■■' ■. '—;——7t""1 ,wa4 ta. .e.ylhum " ; .'#«.« ■!'■' yi .fij' In %ss iR^D KIDS. H'jji'rtWff) <«nv< • .waj 1'a . - .,y$\ a ■',') -'. ■■ .'u YANALSTt^E'S BUILDING, ,,.*¥ a>i . ' v'£ >i"'*■•■■. , . . ' .-'fl ' W.mi "? a e r$ BLACK KIDS. ■WAJ' ';]V tftf f:. fe V" 5 main street, W&Jf- t a'":- * 2 :«aat v.tlo white tarletow. m M. >■' ';j*30$Y.A' .>0W v\i -. y t:r-w'v i ,n. V(K 1" .,■, ^ .u,, ,/ • J ctirt.-row./r..-., ■•/;,,t f / ...1.7 ?(-r?|ia . . •V nii t\ .V&£ii %* - V *«4 4 ■■ & ' "■ -V'V .'v / :i |. /t^rt f.i,«•* }..'!• J .si i> .o .# Hint uw-ctoiT • ^ 'A", 0-.irtV ?;. firkin s.,3 j.; „ **0 "war -. j£ tt&tuaxiw H.ti 'U s bl ^_TA «ton . -iyn?t? < ■■ f riy i ,«s x" I ■• i":'Jit* hv\'. pulj mrarm .*?* -*rf «sr .u< I'll! .'!• - . tf(i w « -our AJ T&ftOi'hl'dtfA ■'■■>'-' '■'> > (i itetw ■ <?*■> .• #i«ii ialmorm. «ii ts, jf, y" •'.**• & _ " ,XIOl>,Lr0B . .-■iT-Tr~jrY rSrrxj...

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

feMi-4,tiffcwli i March 6,186ft, Atn orican m to «eem IS but the foots , of the United State. r _ e widrw* at tho to the whole country world, that Ma life it of the«M>ntf oiling Cotigtt**. U certainly riirailel. in thi eountfy. xm of the d$y« of the of the revolution- «f KngMah history, and awl foctlonf* ot, The fret thai Hi of the Oovwnmeht, comi>o ed of Men wW. reeentty united iii the wife of .WdnR the rebellion" and are now in anah r that the wdinary pro- h official position ivrc ir.wo war to the knife is " twaen them^-aui* that, j wlieit the country is h difficulties, political, '*' eontem- Sllffl' «uslcty to ho doue to bring our laad tffcming. Wfcwo able to do thia work aa the Iriah t A ditch mmfe by then will iaat doubly a* long a* one bjr anybody el* we over saw at ' w& Our .whole iyatem of dome«tie labor has to be changed. We mnat supply the places Of emancipated blacks with decent white servants. The Eaaerald Ma te noted the world over tor its servants, A thqnsawr...

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

,vi <AwVJ"V . , * - * . • • •' *« •■ ■ ';>: .'.fiivmfr y.r,r; * ,..i«n< X'! UM* Wl InriTkl aflk* tfiriud ■• . Nkw York, March )—The Califor- nia overland mail* for February l t have been received. . . MM Cmw CmMfmrmkm. Gen. Koaecrauu, Valvalenberj;, Min- uter to Japan, and Lortl Bishop Stro- by, of the sandwich Inlands, muled iu the Aurora to-day for California. rtlf f-' rf J*•!« . The United States I!wuui ) Com- mittee on petroleum will report a bill for the repeal of all duty on crude pe- troleum. The committee estimate that six miliums of dollars will accrue from refined at 20c. pe.r gallnu. . JeflTeraMt The Herald's Fortress Mon«w< cor- respondent says, JefL Davie'* health continues good. Attiuies he inver- ses freely and agreeably upon kinds of subjects. The Freed"*®"'* ■k. | buuo'a Wasi tQ«ton «|>eeiat says that 1 *e wd. during hi* late eieawion, the President was called upon last t seleeUMt a l arbor! m St. Tho«a I - uight by a New York <'otigressman I land ...

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

f. MK' J , i 1 HhV"B ; %1 $ Pw raters:® Texiw, March 7,1866. *nie^€hM6itlu pertdtteatke Bloh- mnd Thrwrinwio nmaau, p bUo tkp The following k the oardei 19,1008. nmnn§ weffQpWMM 'IBM -Your uidei of dftfcJ ■in HlcluAond, Va.,1 Pita publication, made [of the directions of the I commanding, is hereby pursue course inimical to the Gov- ernment, Of to tiie growth and expan-, to Union wnti- eople of the State* |or to the oaltiTiH ■^■between the ■of these State*, or lather States of the Union ;■ [it will notin *uywisetailtoita Hsorrespondenct-, or fenuwlcr [from ofher newspapers, to It, countenance and friend-1 [and expressions of loyalty ■and Its supporters. I of Lt.-Oen. Grant. 8. BOWERS J m wpB- AssH AdJ.-Gehe«d. Theeourse of the Examiner is rep- resentative to a certain eartent of class, and is deserving of some com- ;* SppJM* om-%-,?m H •*■ fewroftbo lata: t'ontadeiates bare ■A* persistent and Hutaifestedb^thfttpa. _ J^enuneht. Begin- -ki .the war it made itself f # the directed and (...

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

w,&<- *ml THE GiTY. The wurk upo* the Wtf dvwi«b boat U going forward rapidly. under the supervising care of Capt Bradbu- ry, who informs tm that it will l*> ready to be launched m about two week*. The old establishment obtain- ed from the Galveston iftnK Jinsgoiu. hornet lr " iLtvCI,r i a ■> • 1| wast da, m u general thing, to iudge a man by l>is look*. Mr. J. E. Carnes, author of the leeture on 4'Providence in Poety"—which ap- ed in the Tklegkaph last Sun- one of the most .ordinary looking men iii this city, 'tofcllecfcu- jilly, there iK no man in the city ahead ■of 1dm. * V ^ —Dr. -RatohiWiii, liiu'tttg _ bei*n ciaruestly requested to repeat hi^ lec- ta j <W the '«?'hy uial tScioiicos," has consented to do so, before tnc Hous- ton Lyceum to-moiTow night. We are as yet unable .to give all the tax statistics of our city, but hope to have them in a few days. The rolls one as yet incomplete. From . the Assessor's books we foot up, how- ever, merchandize amounting t...

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

J.1.' J;,v.. J.. •>#8; H; orgaaioUw now, fcr it would in b .. - to rejected at the ball _ ihiuu MiaZS£(S2&BSZ ^riSoA tavohri'^ffiriSt f W«*y *ny «f them % person * of eri- i8, the to be pjwyheer- thu "^"4MH ■n^px iBggfei# |1|R ft M isgfr' mm |ower J wlt- tte regula- rised that he advoaato the policy It is needless for to throw light up- sutsject which has been discossed M the question be- ' This would be a work of ujton my part, but I something of the wish - le in the section which I I something of the ex- the people of the State _ believe it is right and ashasbeen said so often by ■en" on this floor, that every s should be thrown wound ninorder th^themaybe L ' '9 It) hud that we half Way ground existing in our ble rntce, HI « of«ho negro, the shackles which i bMd hksiiiMl «A lhnir will (uif P early hour of hia treedom, to teottfr «*rcofc& in all - , pet in the hands of some of the ftwejisfera^ ^Sj^P^wrwSX... , - fir. torn*, is^lirtakeii when it the neoewrity for the re- ...

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

THE CITY. Yesterday officer MoNorris, of the city polioe,oaptured an African la- dy who had been cutting up some rare rusties—among other things, trailing some nigger brats that wer® not her own, ana knocking co„re, gentleman in the head. Judge Had- ley condemned her to pay •lS fcr the fun and f5 coats, in default of which she had to go to jail. While on the way, she called on some soldiers to release her. These proving to be not of the radical persuasion, she conclu- ded that she alone was man enough for " big Mao," and—we won't tell the rest, but big Mac came off conqueror. We are satisfied that every one who witnessed the spectacle will readily admit that "big Mac," is every inch a whale. Messrs. Poster & Blessing are disposing of a large lot of dry goods, fancy goods. &e„ by auction every night, at their store on Main street.— They will have a large vale to-night, if the weather is favorable, and those who are in March of good bargains could not do better than to attend....

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

_t j for vale Ufa whiBfa wo toaalder not ono-tki«l " worth. Yon should uh- for the "Houston Telk- M the proprietor has offered W0'~ • i,, sv rcf n 1 -S:5 IpL mm g;f j 1 the The mfm i"-,' i IMS it will contain a grtmit majority ufthe advertiaeiueiita of ho«e and othar If you had looked carefully through the number of the paper '"dEi* a nftighGoS^ mm tux artvertine- l*ad several other# ., If jjuado imI t-taul inevitably ..."fall ^ on to (not Richmond) ISprovement," for whiehwe aro all Wrtr marahiilliiiK our forces ail over Texas. ' ' Wo take the liberty of publishing a portion of a letter from the owner of " Walnut,* so that you can hear the najrof tin* true me£ k,<aiin>ixod with "Colonel" alluded to is Col. A. L. Bingaman, both of Natcheg, Miss. Their unmet* will always, amon« their uci{uaiutiinii:.4, , lit: auociaU;d with *hoee ipcwttlip^llue# of tfcrpoet Virgil. ■I* pmwm iwiilln ijantH it a gala emu r Ir#" iWWSIIHB Tlw WriwT'Ilwa of the Quotation, for the only Latin, which nt...

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