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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 January 1866

T Ar-WT?. THE WTT. H* wa Clwrdi BiiMWrr. Mr. Ourti*,Reetor. Mr. iMMi P tor. it. 0. Br un, B«t. father Ai •flBCOFAL glkjujr mmhom.t f'«e rr«*ii (JiTHOtlO temp y Pastor J;yjgsa3gaia.fc afer Followl Era Ko. 8, L. G from Galveston, Jan. 18,1866. ulinM, C 8 Comb*. 8e rcer, P Thomiinon. W t Swain, Allen. DrPrloe. wm Muckle, Wlunehill, T B White, iVrirflt. M'CUto. „ar&'i'iSisr 'B sxt{-<jaK iftyduor, U A Forsiprd, H Close. Peel * bumble. M nUlchman 41. Co. A Lanette, Swain. J tt Joy lies, M A Levy. M Mather, Matk t JMnhtnl, Juhc Cullltu. i 3 — -■ * SteveuMp 4 Breuan. Padjet Rowan, ® B Cirr, J T £ GlReflffij*SVuIl* A tiro. A J Burke. Oeoiwe & Darttfon, JTtW Brad*. Schmidt dcOo; J W Srdnoc. The Central Railroad cars did not irive here Friday afternoon,in consequence f two or three freight cars getting off the rack near Courtney. There wan little amage done, and nobody hurt. The train rrived here yesterday tuorniug and made onnections with the Galveston train for the p trip Henry L ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 January 1866

! • Lost- 6*ip reports the, & K| • | 'wgj^r-Tf unyjipromt ekr. Hballain* 4 fdbwt gdf ce*t ; Pair: The strike i the levee for I repeated by tb*T and sfcijK i$WV , V VI J 'W ,,•■ IpS .•I .liii B "-• ;■ AC'V SI § - s i§\ si 1, tfie P ■ pg« £■■■ pi'- I-LMt aT ijgi J ......... 114 u K Sp" II ^®®| ^ uMi'i;:. Wflr-li !"Vi •"■ . is FROM NEW ORLEANS. a Daily Tai«rrph. I from M«a« . Neill,1 i house whose i factors, I have i you about,) their " % in relation to ~ufc and fixture, i Ironi all i the opia- that Tthe old and Thsy lean i as the correct receipta Fere, and from will satisfy ,eir off at of HHHj. be to a comparatively r working nap- to com* j and . whether the ilders here, at Is, will not he final falling off *#&& mm up lit &e t fiie stock wed 5Q0<- increasing, HI ?s4*S<l£v] PS®i&< | for the English ' tt«tend to judge of the " of the controveusy "«**• and from ^ -v — brie of the I aiu disposed - their views ife%«tud- however, and i—iilfml iii imI1 itinaf 4o ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 January 1866

CITJf. .The bookseller# to thta city tu *« oportod l«f« number of Valentine, for ie benefit of those youngsters who delight these interesting things- iksd« of the streets is therefore raised i podestri"* *f navigate them without . ofbeior swamped. We hope the new TT1 ooancii will Ianprore the street cross tbe first improvement they make. , are working men and will do some- g— we ate sure of it Tub Houston Turn-Ver*in—This i known and popular society commence I their rtmnastto sssreisee, «t their hall, this kImI HOTEL ARRIVALS. Jtui. 12, 1866. UMIASO-V. B. Sbilkcwi, Prsp. iee. Gaivesto'n, v i. New Ddw U Ward. Now ^k"«ft fc.SrS'.fL. SffiB&WfeW** fAjraiii HOUNB-J. ha* been a areat obstacle In tbe war of > a* «U accounts an in currency, and that cliuu of bills are only, except in isolated cum, In dvtoand. Of uncurrent money there la ao little In the market weawlt to«uote. Hew Orleans and Louisiana Bank blUa are worth In currency a difference of from J to 7 V Sent leaa than New OH...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 January 1866

swgygfip 111 ■... t f m ! tfj trntf* he wor- -JUtO Wlorf. r that h« oi k<-HuU ; to the )the sue, and toht we of thk picture up stair*, ai*i beggel I woald uriag it to Man. I brought it to huu. Hw liwe brightened up u he looked at tt, and be said: 'Aye, Harah, there in a picture that i worth looking at! that i« the pic- of Him wt® <*uu*> into the £z ys* dtty eloquent young ^d«et be^id- &Qd then, i filled to 01 times a day a* i tt. Fanny print* of i HOd the Gorilla are shown ifjKp MB I ,1 r croir the It way# rer« „...„ -jam hie anriou* i," and told of thiols that are ~— -J alone can ! - -«!• IVf-f 4 y morning we Dock*, and the morning' in the Km5®! mv fonit lg daiknew that of this i l<t the darkea&i Car- of life tp tho^eperiah- t, lighting with the bea- *£8%mtara4"* 3E?Sf pSoarf- ior he goea"forth, like the oIA oriis der, to mseti* from infidel hands that mo«t -acred of Qt>d! eattWy temple#,-tlW wdofwffigy; ' .. ■ «•*>**« •/ *. ,, ; ■ . i '• . '•}'< "t*i &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 January 1866

|w I ' I t I •v \ > ' ~ « V 'J-' kJ4?'W' " .JlHMl ANUARY i ii -NO. 136. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, HI DARLING ft MERRIMAN, rft £! uu WTo. X 3E V e to IVAN ALSTTNE'S BUILDING, IBS.) dt rice*, MAIN STREET, EOUMTOSTf ■ i, Tbxhb, ncy Dry iota and mission i IAIRS.) hw«w & ARB IAS, IAPS. Dds, ItES, ' plies, DAILY RECEIVING and Staple Dry Goods, i i.'i • • t> -itn <>' !•« 4 s ■y and re- Ut HUT Mraaected 1RNS. jlli.« W. rcriii" '•''' iXnW .> ... ;• *,v • ■■■ * *f i, * ,1 ;< /«,! |W k ■^itorr4 Hvt OJT TH> ■ "Mf/i ,1 ,*i jt . Jlol. ' • ttjsir* *'.«' «cm TEST 8T^4 S. L. ROSENTHAL k ' AUCTION AMD COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREET, Couaton, Texas. WILL MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES ON ALL KINDS Of I MBXt.OSCASg'DiaXI. AUCTION SALES EVJBRY TUESDAY and THURSDAY Uoiymi-nciiiK nt 10 o'clock, A. M. Character f Mlaaewall larfciw Tect and ■ration induce to cU- more Inviting field In Texan; for this purpose, and to effect such sales as mar be otherwise made, wehave dress an accurate desc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 January 1866

%,*i> 41 1 i 14*- ijMl both photmail *ad «ito?Maxi- snd with gthalato PS I® §® _ ' tfee eoontry snd the Administration restart ft MM* Of JOI ; ^w.nyB| :W®; Ml leeei p ..* •£ |t love has t to war for ite rights, rf# not «*ae% knew 'jWtM ";-K^ ■IMi/ wHl-of tile public '•BrtmiP from #Sty in order Of t|M servk* witJiiH regi- twtyw golth hUn- Dr. D. C. Dickaon, Ex-Lfct Gov- •toor, sad W„ S. Tbouaa. *e elect- ed delegate* to the Conveion from tke counties of Mmtgoweij Grimee, TJJLJJjJ' « A aubacriber who fougbthrough the w*r write* u«: Mi-''-' "When ^returned "brpak up," broken in tune, uq&ble to buy an. Bfiowaari* of life, Ifelt aod honest poverty reqi > pestilent Hmm whites, but met with from Hume friends of claimed for him the protection of these lews, bat were not willing for him to ttak OTrtttM^TheIdea wasV?™*? ** constantly held ox* that the negroes But your Tri-Weeldy wi 1W privileged elaM,, in the eye* of " | the government, to t^ most pernt- t demoralization, Ke say* al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 January 1866

ft I which amer Bse that 111 here- } & CO., lily !!! CES! up, dt- mine do CO. st from V j noyfgmwff lrea/mawm >0*0 ■ W. UTLM< * *OS*ST 8. HHD , !f GEO. W. BAYLOR fe COt , Cotton and Wool Factors & Commission Merchants / BTKAND, OALVlflTON. cvtm'amnasssffst ituuikiti Wool lu janl-Tm ^v^WSiSpam, COTTON AND WOOL FACTOR, • AMD flwiral Commission Merchant. Ofnoa at J. B. * J. B. Sydnor'a, Congress Street, i eanaljrnmeat fori J2H£ WooJTHIdes, and alt kinda of prod006 and poercnandise. - execute all outers entrunUai to him prompter, oitoa. Mot. tlJ1. ^7 ^ d&tw-tai. i' ■ " ■ ' ■■ •"CUM* lit SiTUIU. tt. lATIli Kt'Mi * BEN 8TONE8 & CO. Q®tton & W®oli (Factor r, K->r.« r< a, Vorwardlnf end s OtntnU CommlwrtoB ItotfriaH, oHKNIIAM. .( nt d&twi W 8 WOHoLM W|M COOKS w. n. NICHOM « DO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, oo'il 'i'cMBn 1A l.VKSTU.W d.tivly.„ K. M. STiCIPOI.lt T. MU810C JE. Jtt. Stackpole tt Co., RECEIVING, FORWARDING, AND 6ENBRAI. q> Commission Merchants, 1 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 January 1866

•X of ttie colored pop Tfce at ao#to to New- vtvHt*. ooontj gjom negroes once, in addition to we get from almost r^w^rr-— universal' interest is ta- of cotton, the* being tfceprpent very re- ly all our it,—many, ta.w- And Uaianambers from other both TJorffcMid South, are " engage ^ oot ; 3 ^ ^ coarse an this stiin- uiatea mndfor labor immense- 6X£GUte til -sach i* jj it most he remembered eMton. both Aid those tnlng, are afyn- soale than ey- « men seek asmaehas twice or s; 4$®'X ''f •?'*' "V nothing hut the lin- ishm Sat the freed- ■g ** Stated If the f^msStcpiir™ i can inmart r? ?rt' •" < "vT i i* confcract8 notbeai- i Umw m mws^negixy laborers aa we new have, aa there is a cry now MfcAftfiA i main MI { n nf SSS f Ubor? new method* of $&mxc( thercommon wa i; iian* <tf a an new enaetena whieh the s f the. war bw. tbrnat awn the would be - ppS, eniislilswd in swap www a - Matbly. Tba Avalaaebe angw th t thefe ia oometbing peculiarly appro- priate in such a community of diac...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 January 1866

T THE CITY. Reiebman & Co. rail at auction this ! morniog, 109 barrels ot choice flour from I Paterabuiy, Va., 148 of Virginia to- tmcoot wa 90 cum of fiaa rooking tobacco. Dealer* cbuuld be od baud if they would ■score good ktrfiioi. The property has ootae direot front Petersburg. Va., and is warranted t be of the beet quality. ■ " Bry at reoeived a lot of newipapera yeeterday Among the pile we saw all tbe illustrated and lltenvy papers aud maga- sinss, as well, ha New Orleans dates of the lith lost. i / >• -i We heard ut another tbeft yesterday morning. Mo clue to the riicals yet ——Oor streets are passable again, and q^^MBwTT'rettriye^TOuTiiote with the neTlgatfM through them may be considered following funds enctnied: In coin, $68.50, °P#n- and in -ourrency , #251.75; which amounts — The waters in the Bayou fell so low 11 have remitted to Mrs. Stonewall Jackson, yesterday, caused by the oortber. as to pre- I in .compliance with your request. I am, -wit steamers from coming...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 January 1866

# t sfi •6 SO per t WW «1 d y on the /A'atii JM&jfep&A }. '** to fHjk hi |Siv f| /:|p|||. "f ..... . he aaaeaftora have lieu of Con£e<Je- dlsconnt on the was not only a bat it was a . mid violation of dntyv and the fact of snob now attempting to evade iliWiityof aeeoanting, teas evidence of the corrupting have been set at work in our country by the events of the partfeajyww. ' EffiSBSfr,..agj|k t]je proYi. it has sower, if i«t Its an udequate (responsible, sort of disposition, better security than the .ye safeguards around of we State, and if . the Convention, devise some provision, to government r de; r them, ihbs give for a faith' _ on their part, also from the Ga- , *'tU' ' i understand th^fc; owing to the * el getting the assessment assessors and col- li the Stater it is the treasury will be meet the necessary demands to defray vantion, wWcb £ tosuKwrnbleia February. It l^be amias. therefore, tosug- ■ be. elected to a they center collectors of before leav- with them t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 January 1866

. 1 rati r tub cirr. v* ———. i'TT-M A. Lery baa^u* received aaoih- er fid* lot of groceries. Call around mad exanuMtcem. . The Poatoffice, in tbia city, ia opto daily from 9 to 1, and from 3 to 6, except- ing Sundays when ii ia open from 9 to 10. -—8everal iteamera were wedged to- gether in the hey«« yesterday, which pre- vented them from getting off to Galveston. They will be all right to-day. >... '« The steamer Whitelaw arrived from Galveston Sunday morning with a heavy load of passengers and freight. The steamboat wharves are piled high with all kinds, of merchandise brought !>y the steamers from Galveston. The water ia the bayon is high enough to allow all els to come ud to the wharves. GROCERIES. -—The remains of the lamented Capt. A. E. Weir who fell at the battle of Galves- ton will be exhumed this morniog by a committee composed of Sir old company^ and will bq taken to Gaivea<on for final in- terment. A monument is to be erected over his grave. Colonel Hadley annou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 January 1866

■feKwiA *>♦ /*?! RSI Si . 111^111$ V ■HKmnI af- i* • natural ae- ftoin PPKBSpw*! viaitora, to ft said to the Vincfading a, awaiting in the interview BH praseutatioB of petitions in conneeu- In rea^d to the future of Mr. Da- will be tried by « civil eourt appears to have been a tbregoae conclusion; that he will eventually be if, indeed** & general ■ psodwinou to the grievous disappomtment of the Jacobinical cliques, seems the jjwSst ett sa^turw gloom over a great people. The few ultra radicals who still thirst for leperous spots, over but, hapi and powj... .. MBBpi ing much of their original virus, they i a very gen- forthesuf- ■. „ . ajfaS and cordial reunion. This is ennphat- Ti £feP3tt|tta SS&SMaMS&tt ^ acared by the foul exhalations that s6iU PM •Ml K"'?' EiiiiW ——. of That tSe leading advo i policy are actuated more by a maiigntrnt hatred to the South, than by aey honest opiman of resolt- msmm* m deed, can apparent Tberig al right. M'U %iti)y i^ventSoHaV md to be ...

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

t >•: Xi ■ w ;i>: m- % ' VOL XXXI—NO. 137. HOUSTON? TEXAS, FRIDAY. DARLING t MERRIMM, No. 1 van alsttofs building, 1' S. L. HOHKNTHAL * CO. AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREET, Counfon, Texas. WILL MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES Sal* m a Fertiliser. Hocstoj?, Jan. 3,1806.. Editor Telegraph—Sir: In your "city" article of yesterday it is stated that "one of the heaviest rain Atoms of the season passed over this city. on. Sttbday night/' Although less heavy than some by which we have been visited, the downfall of jain was equivalent to 174 tons, 11 cwt. and 29 lbs. per acre. V.- It is not, however, for the mere re- cording of the fact that I now address you, but because it would seem to be a fitting opportunity for alluding to a suggestion which, in a former commu- nication, I submitted for your consid- eration and that of your readers, in reference to the amount of ammoniacal products thereby supplied for the sus- tenance of plants. The intimation, so farces I have been abje to ...

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

ifl'pwi 18, 1866, opportu- w*y, and Honn. disregarding philosophy wad mad u a hornet, was •pattering both load and strong at •aoh abuse, some one on board the reesel recognised him and hastened Artemus Ward is delight _ . etttattis ot ifew .Orleans with to nl^ Umfhmhisw^predie. to^wbieh a^ fuU of humj when her jmuat The boat pat bade, the dis; boated editor scram- ashore, and the orer faithful Dogberry was left to ponder over his in- proclaina- finvanuw • ®nwt g the prod ^-J^ Qaro: intake with /u>d nor- the fears ere- tiftcation. . u*.>T~7i . tof \£t the Co*. ., the ordl. naneeat mtxmlw, instead at declar wBd -wrfd," • • w are glad to see that the President recognised the State government, by relieving " Governor Perry, and pelf- s' ottetod Governor Orr to The latter, in hdaproo- :the duties of his i dccl&re tfcft n^i. ent statue of the .State in relate *► Ewwative Department of the Federal Governmonf, and to the H«JSSStmm knowing, may yield obedience to *H lhwf^l atu iih\...

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

i. bllHH kble lent to \ND en- rnal Jiert, |iom IHtO. cittl ?iAL frscal ttilllH tn to jiinst I. and kpon- Ihave It the AH Ot | xure, nd ex- llespe- lont to br per- Igliout Is. and lal ten- jjflice a lie pro- 1 in the led re- hf Judi- Ik, N«w < State, ent of Itizen of Stroller he firm* Justness ■uunel of |t> of the Iiraniaed fshment ,v3tn Ifor sale ■titles to |co. iljttwM lera with IreetSt lo remedy Id Ilnrral Ttwly* OR, P> TREET, iGroccries, muHt be lids, Prints lis, Under- ners leave loo for b*r- luct'r. Il36, (where T tlio city of lYDNOR. i I 1 m B, trains on pe Jlouston and Friday, Jiont every lock, A. M., ¥)ER. Iket Agent. the Oen- nmenco on ■heats, for 1 I forfeit, r old*, $100 s, flSOen- prietor to ■ter, uid 1 er worth •150 eir ,«1M Mr i of the , ) o# ** Mr. B *«- I race *eek. |lM lion Colts, on county res under . dwelling place for ota. Ee place. , ♦ EE CO. THX CITY humbugs Uy, and!) nhorna bite at the Gift Evtrbpbuis.— ue beoomlng uumerous in this cit ia junnaing to ...

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

ifp ffi Ml fWM< ,1 — "Iron i equally ««. 'into use, eon- line of tl seventeen prisoner* from the Liberal loreee, end tLrtjon intend to execute ihtm. In the name of the entire civilized worid I protect against ft horrible act of barbarity. I believe thntit will afaunp the power which - of their country against fot- er, i* en «c* which at this age .W--SS' JlWWI Wl ' , . m ot M iii-" But l tried in the Old Cap^ little hnid on the thftn, m Vffi be Hbot this (thefeet. In the ► languageof Wftttt, or some AdmirnT has proved to the that he a capable of enduing . JRI to: this inst&neef Who would think of trying WW caught f Must in court" when t In other words, is it not a well established principle in law on most catch a man, (or quor ) before you can hang him1 rtilo prevails of life, uarter" editor don't shorten add this: In the historical edi- 3A veins, to one for- to be dubbed inability to were in the to speak had two o*>- ; one was that the throne might *UM* witSd of attended d...

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

i . . ! Iby KG, lllbo jim i' (nilu ftilT Irs, lilts ON Ie«, ior Will HP 1 tton. b & CO. SIVE ELj nfs J/ I 1 feWii; a^n~TU OM anal New f Jst4 Wj««r* •rcbiUkM4% 4 r*~ **• W*« VwiM-Wft la F(ew **fkS7k,-*'taP 'WHUi'i IMI =r* w* Wltu-rui Hum *?• h4 Www i i . Thy BcrrMt U Tfc *kA —11#. Biwlu—B«ra«< JdMMThc 1irM| Binrce CMC ®«" rf*t. «Mth. •f*W Corrwpoodenca DaUjr Telsrrmpli. N«w York, Jan. 1st, 1865, Tfce hoar of midnight has been toll- ed* the bells of Old Trinity are ring- ing in the New Year, innumerable guns are being fired eitherut the poor ♦k '«?"* wh° has just retreated, or in toe nice of the new one, to show it that we are a warlike ]>eople, and Tune had better deal very tenth" with us or he will get himself into trouble, and I am sitting all alone with " no one to love, no one to caress," as my " numerous wife and family have long since sucoumbed to the drowsy'god, and are oblivious in the arms of Mr. Morpheus, who never considers it worth while to ask the head of any h...

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

w ic«*:ag ►' v " ' mmy be «r two m ieokeii. Q*#ltoWm public M it dedtioo, fjtb ■■■■■ . on the fftrt of ntaMwtiis of i to "main the best of ^ rt.< mnntW i^jji obterrttim at the new ottor of thiagp, what is the "aft- nowf PolifciMklly, we ateatUl tmtodrtafnty, wjtli the *$• exoeptloa that the President's r$«tor- ation policy, which hM the hearty rapport of the people, If belieVed to Jbe certsJnto succeed in'the end. to this coantrj are e- 'I ***• **•«■* <*«! >to choose those who will serve j*8*1 Is a duty erery voter owe*jto lti«sel£. A« voter he shoeld not which i. mow Wendiy with him, not which S®Tj86* W"1 ®ort If elected, bat J^dch wfll serve his public interest J^v1^ <*ndidates come before *T*mot ifeverfyTsSa Jhat they have families to support, etc. How this of oU thing* has 'always seemed to as the most shabby pl«ft that coald be made. Because a man Nor is tMs confidence shaken by the business quoUties as to be recent course of the Badieals in Con, , ■ gross, howeverm...

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

~~T. I: XMUB CITY. We h* workmen at work yesterday cleaning oat tbe gotten of the streets, and carts were battling off the filth We hope tbe good work will be pushed forward as fast as possible. — We notice many vagrants upon our streets aow-*-dayn Is there an ordinance forbidding tbe nuisanoef It so, we hope to see It enforced. , The weather was warm and pleasant yesterday, and business very brisk. -—Hook & Ladder Company Ko. 1, are determined to get up one of tbe best balls ever given in this city. The boys at the bead of the movement are all "ladles'men" and know how to fix up things right. It comes off on Monday evening, 29tn inst. We learn these are only about 1,200 bales of cotton at tEe different stations^on tbe Central Railroad awaiting; shipment, ft were 8,000 bales a few weeks ago. The Central roadhas heen hard at work for several weeks paiit, and is weir manage J. —-We learn that Lt. Gladwin, lately one of the .sub^ooaunissiooers of the Freed- man s Bureau, Intends to...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 January 1866

HHH nwpektahle in*n agin then transient uxe to -mr ?;fji mm , far the State had no Bdooev a* t u btnwU; and board wanhigh and 6ttt iwteras fittiUfioL , Tfak may not hay been liiaexaktual :—o; ^ , bowd my, * New York tbw Upon whicl It wufouud; %t«ae 4 fcom which, y a clone and vigilant «y«tein of qnar, - tine, wu prevented. " Dr. 0. also combats the popu u idea that the choleni always tra\ Is westward; and shows that it w it from Jesftoro to Calcutta, castwart y 1500 igjfca. where it was m fatal that I don't ©at cetera*." Forth ltd- - " ** - ' asoi-t- ••4>urpoar Hp during the war, KM* m are ■■■■■pssSj hav honestly into the folds ; old Union. Liku the had unthin to and sciapin telegrafd varypnn gentlemen for a -uporaro loan, but they woudent i lost about the wagin*. If we are State, we can borry money in Augusty. If we ain't a State, its none otour btaneii to Miy it*# *!!. Andy ^ants to run the machine his own way, hom ^ *"* <W eigenaaa. > What a :,I.. dickens is a Piwimofi G...

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