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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 March 1866

WW's t:yfes afS ■Bp e«—1 VOL XXXI—NO. DARLING & MERRIMAN. NEW GOODS! JMJbJ W NEW GOODS ! At tho EMPORIUM OF FASHION! HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 186ft . .r' S. L. HOHENTBAL * CO. AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREET. [ouaton, Toxm. w K INVITK TUB ATTENTION OP ALL TO OUR ENTIRELY NEW And extensive (took of SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, SELECTED Expressly for Retail Trade! OUR STOCK EMBRACES EVERYTHING* family «n want, from the henvlont Lowelsand Domestic* to *ie FINEST SILK, Mantilla, or Hat. And will be sold an Cheap as the CUeapest"to wit! SPRING PRINTS J5®30c.(currency ► V/v ■ * \ BROWN DOMESTICS tt@!8@33e. SEA IBLAND " J8<B)35c. BLEACHED " S0@50c. In (act, we Intend in spII a* cheap for CURRENCY, aa other* do for COIN, thereby saving oar custojners M to 40 per cent. Drcss Goods! Dress Goods! WB PAY PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THIS BRANCH of the trade. and can tthowa selection far superior to any In thil state, consisting in part bf SILK8, CHENE LENOS, BROCHES, ARMORE...

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

r *Mrh0, 1866. i tke people to receive the painting the *fc- intry in glowing i caution. Most of those them, we are aatisfed, *d i* they were aafe baek W "$i&§ WM' t often aak«d for information, what we find to r ©four private correspond- that ooontey. This eorres- eanbraccs some of the mctp among the exiles, ■prate Country, in which tfye eetony of Cordova is situated, is, on *any account*, the most delight- ful in the world, "the climate is it perpetual Spring, the thermometer . .. aorahova a oom- ) range. The soil hi rich. The throughtSe entire 4nte of tropical fruits and crops. ~ 1 j so do lemons, 'r'tim is easily cultivated; tw- endless quan- nothing could be This is the picture otto* always give, i of . the story areal- ' 5 : as that they are , half savage 'Another dseiof Mejd- > as a Usurper. wwmmm time ______ i aad we here may ; o«r oond^ is fcr Wo could, if proper, ■iii> iini t bww iniormatwra ui w What we hare said ia enough. We ihoae who are longing so homes will...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 March 1866

■ iMl % wi*1 MISCELLANEOUS. city. MARINE. commiabioy merchant* bu8ine8s H. & T. C. R. R. LANPINOHAM WM.rULTOS kjLFADO....... , ^ Ifci&i Vtl J t *W iMMjk e-vV* -1*43 For JYevr \'ork—Direct: Wo dropped iu at cowuuh' yesterday aud were surprised to tiud a largo assortment of ready made11 clotlnug iu addition to other splendid stock of Bpriug aud summer goods.— He buys goods to sell, aud we would 1 advise all wlio wish a good and cheap suit of spring aud summer clothing to give Cowen u call. mr« Cowen has shown a liberal spp-it toward young men of the late so-called Confederate uriuy, having two of them iu his employ of Walk- er's old Division. Mr. j. m. Craik, of Milam county, aud Mr. Johu Mi May field, of Houston county. In ad- dition to these, Mr. Stiles, long known in the city, and Mr. m. Lane, as re- tail clerk, will be glad to see their friends. The old wooden buildiugs on Congress street, below Hydnor's auc- tion rooms, are being torn to pieces and iu u few days will be s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 March 1866

l&Sh. m yl i Z'-i*-' -■;- wmm Mmm* ■Hi 1 ®|J mi ^wM, ®?W'Wl I p ' following account Convention" in iS . '? t wm quite lurge and j carried on by nuny men of the county/ NOB aaid the present at the place of net over 13 eente im pound, U fSTl the duty to aix oente twenty-four and not pound, ten flwWt WFWH ed into the single ! Hew fork, within die l*at aix of the but year over fire and r million* pound* of the three Mt dutv wool, and nearly nine mil*' Hon pound* of the aix cent, doty wool, mkking M 1-2 million pounds the averagB dnty of which w« 4 ffi- no, while there wae of wool paying 12 tdnty. Thia ft pretty i for one-half the waa imported into all r the whole year about t nearly aix fhich waa free wool from oat of the bjflanee was wtbsa and Cape wool*, nominal duty of three pound. Theae I in the dirt, and are of very «ne in direct our Saxony He knew of gaxon sheep 'N. H.^and'ST' , which were undoubt- of these Meatlza i of which are now country. This is the etition to which we ar...

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

aed r od A] CO THE CITY. The work on the new Presby- terian Church ie going on with com- mendable rapidity. The small-pox has played out. There is not a case of it left in town. The agent at the Union Depot informs us that the amount of freight brought up by the railroad every day from Galveston, is very large and con- Htautly increasing. Do not forget to go to Prof. Stone's concert to-night, at the Old Capitol. If you do, you'll regret it all the days of your life. Go there with your expectations high wrought.— you'll not be disappointed. The local of the News charges that we are paying too much attention to nigger women. This looks as if he thought us infringing upon his own peculiar rights. We detest that ort of transgression ; but if lie wants us to keep our mouth shut, he must try to keep better order in his house- hold. . I We noticed a large number of MoCorinick'B celebrated Mowing Ma- chines passing np the country by the Central Railroad. Wo hope this is an evidence of abund...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 March 1866

1 Canz, % 1886. of Ac Tel*- rmr the life-giving M well a* Dkam tSms—Vmoom itmom in- due*, n to wldmM yon. after long rilflaM. I dttlre to do ao in frank- jk ohm, wmI ben ««i. Hairing left my SC&flBM I® TVyflU (Mj ** ~ —A - * • the .,/Ttexioo ouUM 25U gfl .ft(T| | j"| ii i ii inir>iiirni< n i I -MI , the liut day of May Bio (inutde, into June, now orer j I tare not Men a •too*, nor received ___ ... . from# friend in the PUHB ^IIWI ■ il U garing ^mnof New York papers and an «ce#«iouid iPefwti.hafo.to.Maiu ! I know, h ve ! *« ME bnttedl TOftlf, !«■ —dependent nj Cor oonttnfwwton In «. ? «f the Confederates who left the in Way and June,no tmr as ■I acquaintance goes, did so to escape persecution nod the law* n prevalent, believing that sate;jwrfStf^fiS"! They left, too, under the belief that, in ^Ttotojton of solemn papulations, aod'our eminenrcble^airt* generally, were being turestod and put in ehaina and thereupon concluded that the land waa«o become the scene of un- resisti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 March 1866

> i ' ' .V ' HUMR Vitdes, Jewelry V Watches nod Jewelry carefully repaired..® ymti> ,. w. ss*c* . t„. *■ m.o. m 1/ FINE JEVmHw™A^f/Srtv loots, ■ " "^1 ■Mil? MWCJEXLAKEOUB. a v. mun IA*GE i. 8. 4 J. fl. 8YONOR. 3 A "=1 Special oovrMpvudoiivt MftUjr Clarksyille, At uo former period era oi this county exhibited moreen ergy than for tlie last mouth- The weather ha* been no consequently favorable operations. The negroes hare entered, into contracts and have to work. Their conduot has MSAHH! D. H. PAL &SHAW.* 0 T 1 will ovmm AUCTION 4 COMMISSION M. REICHMAN I CO. v _ #/ MERCHANTS. i i -liS. J.-}*. > '« I . SCHMIDT, TIN WARE MANUFACTURER Dills* II SHEET IRON, MTOVKN, TIJf AND HOLLOW WAB1, COR. TRAVIS and PRAlSIE STKRBTS. mopktok, Order* from th^^jit^rosaptty ***** PH. . • them. In moat receive a portion of much preferred that , whilst some ns have been Wednesday, March 7, 1866, AT «M O'OLOOR. A. it ' '■'M* **!« will be one of th* moal attractive Auc * tlou S*1r* e^r bad in thi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 March 1866

immmBwrn*. COTTON FACTOR!, —un— UmiWm Merckoti, MAIN STREET. HOUSTON. , Cotton, Wool, fubMlf Awl tf Sitfcwtsors to IlHwi|C A Foloem, U ST. CBABL8B ST., NEW ORLEANS, LA. ■n la Mm Qua, ot, tar lead, percuuion naasf ssssse^= CUSHINQ * CO SAMUEL BOTEB DAVIS, STOCK. NOTK. EXCHANGE A REAL ESTATE BROKER, STRAND, GALVKSTON, dots At the f iutn Barley. dtr Ar S&ie. two portions IN UALVKSTON^rertl ^otta«« and storr houses; several ■tores in the basin*** tion of tlui town; uflbnproved lots in various port of j wn; tHaid U acwlots. p aty on Galveston Island. fcol'italltowl Stock; 11. A T. C. Ball 'tn Braioria County; M "cr«",n Hays County; M.OOO urn in various portions of the suu. HU. T. SCOTT, GENERA^ AGENT AND COLLECTOR, STOCK. NOTK. KJfCHANOV. AID REAJ, ESTATE JPJU> KB, MUftir Htmat, OVER J. II. yORMM- STORK, mm Sf'KKET, HOUSTON, nil *ive strict attention to business entrusted i to him. Texas Lands, Otty Lota, Residences and "^^C^i^Mftliotes and ac lxcluaie and Currency, Wold and Silve...

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

C ;* "%;/*■ P '•VtSri-'MJwa Sfifii ■?.*■ V&'W® TOI4THMUJ fc*.';. ^ Bwa theJ3 norl FEMALE BBPAMIlElfT Of w I- tt> >i, KWiraxuri*. P * H.t SEWING MACHINES, ,_. . .. 4 j. No. 7 Camp Street, NEW ORLEANS. wgm i. • - ' fM?M ? i jjgj tl|ut look Nixon, of Crescent, on® of the shrewd est, and most go-ahead poli gjg*.1* mayor* den, one ot,Mm*b most respwtod cttiiens, ha« 69 CASES NEW MID DESIRABLE SPRING 6 3 • % <S ii > REGULAR IRON HOUSE NatanlMaafcwKngliaii Lu and fliter- —In*t|ua>Miiui nd Vaoal Mu MBfrJL JMyty^JgE10H.-QriMuuunUU Needle, BROWN, Agent. THOS. declO ... .as JUST RECEIVED AT guested to run, by %, our leading business HW*. The ing.ulm oo stated that ed the Pies election, ordered Dy, over the Governor's lowed to go on, as Orleans was notloyi ern itself replied, by "telegraph, that lattice's act metjdfc approva election wast tl Thisdisposfco* Drawing, PaintinglauUitutl *r tor ^;CUM,.. (if. tron wid Horn*. Wnt lustilutlo ArrowTiee'-'ifrea mkt miimi Buu Md ~m mmjH...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 March 1866

I ■P555S , March 3d, 1806. to complete " ap pear- town of say wme- nal pefl«y ^ ®.V co&ttist# of tO« Htudcnt« tiroBtorj, Wg« sS? HO •o vital to (he a and county, its rosnlto both ha hith«f(fcj^f] tout little peeu here lrnre ratli- ™||- ri(h«io«e Ithfi State, FI—,_ __ wy •*§ ***• , oficaro fVimi thi aehooli with dWInettett in the Cajifc #tm. Myitis, Gol. the two Lane*'of Go- Canninghara, John*, '>- ?. M|1 it a '(■ 'I f |f > just learned thM Col. U. who has had charge of so long, has lately control of the Ken* Iwtitete, neat Vmvk- i,: 1 ft! tft' a fine • opportunity tot soon want a head.. i TWcrved futir league*, of * jomtkm, and etiU re- aU who live within arefbraished, free ca abundant «up- MiiHH of real estate, WtM ■ mMh m a# Wf>uaa iiai MHI mmm ■PP... psi®® look wiiih eoia « old ml *i m us into trade " Wf 7. < r. Bonoton !! ;~s' I ma i iiiwn the variety of reading-matter it eon taioi, <i#d Ha meant astaflMMPfc it claim* a place in every fiunSy. I an) truly glad ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 March 1866

VOL XXXI- NO. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. MARCH DARLING & MERRIMAN. HEW GOODS! ,r-f N3SW GOODS i! ' ' At the • ••V EMPORIUM OF FASHION I w K INVtTK THK ATTENTION Of ALL TO OUR ENTlBBtY WEW w- And ox tensi ve Mock of SPRING 4 SUMMER GOODS, SKI'HCTED Expressly for Retail Trade! NO a family mestlca to \ 301#' ALL oWyOR nor vmg P*\ .... OUR STOCK UMBRAUK8 KVERYTHIN Do' And will be sold an Cheap as the Ohenpe*it"to wit: SPRING. PRINTS I5®30c.(currencjr BROWN DOMESTICS.. M®M@3S<s MBA. ISLAND " M@Mc. BLHAGHBD " 0@M<\ In bet, we intinrt to mil u cheap for CURRENCY^ 301* 40 per cent. IN, thereby sarin* our customers rss Gooous! Dress Goods! , WE PAY PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THIS BRANCH of the trade. and canshowa selection far superior to ur In til* State, consisting in p*rt of SILKS, CHUNB LENOS. RROCHKS, ARMORBTTS, MOZAMBIQUE8, TIS8UBS, ttRBNADINEB, ORGANDIES. CRAPE MORETTS. I)M BEGBS, PERCALLES, POPLINETTS KOUBAIX, MARGEURITE, LDRLINES. BKRAGES. ALPACAS, LAWNS, LINEN LAWNS, ETC., E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 March 1866

J h. •oMsssr4 ."aia&sjv, ," 'jSkSTw 13,1866. >TkS*J P«f fat, i> uy # «•!■ WmWiOitow per 1'MfW each HU * A%d erery pa^e of to^ay'w Bftpejr! ( remittances ,mwy, ot.otyrMt? x «rti e«ttheri8k .w-J *wu) •, j^IL.', i<jj '■ }.y *■* <* Co %iwm- ■Mk & y umceof tbfe lMge auionut " '' *■* "4'' uaVi'll as °™ ^ wwtag i adikon,,, #*pre<«l,y for pwd ' "to to-iaaj**1 '?■] <P: •' ;• " •.'. >' V •• .: ^r-fcw -"i!r Jk"*! go upyujUe people again ttb i importntico of lmvlny -^^lapp&fated At Aery. at, «<n?ry offlcfyirtio oath. If such pfJrtwrp: m, elet Htth Wud # BO po tmaeter8 will droppetlMfctom tluf ilia require an -'s«taWikhc4-- to secure • uufty, a volonMt, and a power in the progrewt of oar State culture, which will pro- duce results not hoped for now. The discussion of the !>est methods o£;pemoting aiacatioa, both popular and collegiate, should be acontinu- PWHJ atter, Thersfore, let every teacher in the State think earnestly mi the various impounded by the C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 March 1866

CO. dty BT n iS IT, y 'iil ! t * ALL ori non.K u "Vv H t I MISCELLANEOUS. ITFORL) A" 4.OXE6. AUCTIOMERSA. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Kir.-troof LuckStore. Treuiunt Sired, Calvt'sUiii. IW Auction J?a!« U.M. '■•>' Tll,-du> i.l, '• Kiliim.JUH Jt V. II. tlROWJi, TIN.COPl'KK AND SHEET-IRON WORKERS, AND WHOLESALE A- ItKTAIL UEALtUs IN STOVES. ET0,, Vreiiioiil St., v>iio«lt(l Olil Trillion! Uoum, UALVESION. A complete nmortinent ol Superior Tin W ro Kootimr. Outterin*, and nii luu'l* ot Job Work liniiMit hhnri notice. Orders from (he country promii'- Iv to. feblC-ttvUlft ORAV «3 NOMBlf'. 4 GUTHERN COMMISSION AGENCY A.ND Fuuciusinu DUR&*.U, No*. 1*20 and 1:22 Common Street NKW OKt.RA SS. JE BE a respectfully to call the attention of our patron* ami the nubile gcLi'iail)* to our greatly increiuied facilities fur Aupplylua the wuji t of peujers, Planters, and citizens generally throughout tL© Mouth uuj Southwest, with artlcteaof «Yor|*flo« scription. . ... W« have completed U*« iiiont...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 March 1866

b&UtM w«« r or Tri-Weekly aloaa I oeatajojr liae tor *aoh * te* MitteviAir flflHnmiif. £S3= foe «r«y to-dRy'Ryspw. Until ftutJscr aottee, remittansei* earrancyRt our ris^. ■ mirm , |||■ . , 'IQSC WBfluH and __ BTOrS° m ahrawd Moar ttarOuwM to be A With Hiring one- vested in it, yfttfrh': Ifcfi JWBg tixoept tbc loafcw, 1 Mag baric more than oue- of the money paid in Iorh- iis aappoM Sfeafc ft company be Med with a capital of $185,- , «f which 20 per Wt fefUd ia It, and tfce ba!au«> to paid in the tem^lSM mortgage notes on real estate of shareholders, satrjeot teeall is cw of lowi beyond the wet mean, of the company to plwtae^tt this amount, «mr an average better than per nominal half ft paid ittbe flOO, stead of one, it*!, the lion, and Die :■'? SlSPk.' panies shall 'ft all'risks of ower $5,000 bo associated,and it requires no gnat amount of mathematical skill to shWilmfc either a large jortlon of the $090,000 now paid for insurance annually, might be kept here, dfr we —arc a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 March 1866

THE, CITY. Night before hurt tbe ideepiug apartment of Capi. Payiie. Coiutui - aary officer, iu tbe Concrete building, was entered by twa*r uiowtiridi vid- uals and diverted of an iron safe, which wag safely borne away with all its contents. Nobody iu the city knofes what amount of money it con- tained, if any. Some funds belong- ing to a Capt. Doolittle and a Mr. Oeo. Hassan—both of whom are absent—- and amounting to probably ten thou- sand dollars of Greenbacks, were known to be in tbe safe two or three days ago; but Capt. Payne informs us that he thinks the owner* of it took it all away whew they left the oity, whieli they did the morning be- fore the robbery was committed. If so, the robbers got poor consolation for packing off on their shoulders a mass of iron, weighing Roriie two or three hundred pottuds. Three sentinels were ou guard at the commisstfry building at the time the theft was committed—between 7 and 10 o'clock, p. si.—and it looks rather incredible tliat it could h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 March 1866

CfarfaflM miaaloM penaa^Md all the South, upon which built, going oar colored brethren to worahip every Sabbath, and catechet- ical instruction, from books prepared our best and onr people, tendency were toward the education Prfs NNilftM beautiful lunations of the Hou ■ QMpaia vara where the muni of the bell callwi orahioei emanci- who are to tajmeam nrider M 'foUowutff remarkti t ,*v~**rv - ,-r u> *. j - -' - There ie danger may do ftsci accord pntftldiCM *f accordance natural, #nt- mU Mr notdSilciilateil bntf ou th*- ifiees alluded to that the jWHtag ho have •« £ kiaibry of this luty and in opinions, of the ahd South, ah wsd by their The danger wed® initat^oota tP both in the time. Bntthe to «▼ tor the odices cence of the the whites which existed nn obtalnin In State* ftmere m prosperity will al of itaclf, the pSfW claw of m contained in our system. We be- diri,ftndftftt it vcQuW,do long course of events, to rmom and elerate both the whites than any other systetii .. ,aad bad h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 March 1866

" SM! THE -CITY. ii * • . K~ We have been shown by Prot "PMl- SATURDAY MORNING March uth, 1*6. FINANCIAL. < -aklng up oar weekly Muuurjr, ire have to not v^f writing of a eon- l*lder bXc change In the financial marktu. There S™l-mb7 °£ipnP^ ™ ha o«en. weiring Instructions ftom during the last three weeks* L (or speointens wwe flwt, of what i I>il was ablr > able to do at the sona were began, and performance after weeks. The instance was impro !Wfe ing, clearly evincing of Dolbear, which the a course/very vemen; Bystem rteach- „„ . . „ Some of «w, w singularly a®*scribble as he pupijs began \f[ to. decipher Jui8-*hapeu And dif Bates Chaate aSS&H&r plate eomnT*)? ^?aut^ '8 worth a good i/„TiP_ ,n)< anywhere, to him who ■ §' JJte as to possess it, ,Sftof°rr Nolloy will remain in about a month longer, and ,TCn a new class to-morrow 3 0,cj/, P. M., at thd Houston Acade- /in street. I117, When not engaged he will usu- '"y be found at Mrs. Nash's, on Fan- , (The above n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 March 1866

k well >«# in Sr mm .1$5T~ m« anr num. ♦w ^ T* S U Thttrwln,, M*reJi 1 th, 18SS. T Ml WedMa*ay, March 14, ISO. -Jibu mhm^.,, '■■BBBBPBPS fatilll ff tala • Orleaaa. as VHiinHiiiv THB SPLBAD1D STEAM SHIP feature of «n our trip, i ei'aibition of «pl# Trwsrjs r the incoming 1 ftgfwt plantations, a the <**t patches, are . in tfcnfc^. ,, ftwrorablej from w! , > men and heard, the crop MORGAN JWH i w U l U fev JUw Orinuu, oa THUHS- ®**i NABOB U, •* M • clock. A. M. Tor freight or RAPID A AN, (MrJoai *>rKcw P^*^yr«WnW>AT. March l«h. MM, at M In an •yet we Ittk 1- J •4U. REGULAR Jk: apply to ^ J.T. * W«. BRAD yWfoof of! any ■rfe s^Sj W/9. ^ Will leave for JlKU^llUiir. u won asah.i.loa far ir («l.t or (MMit, kply oa board. or to . ,. -J ii J. B. 04 MERCHANTS' LINE! TflUpMUOB FAST SAILING loading. and UI bd a aufck ['Uiu their ad «*a«a «• febl-tf Yj Ji6 i TO SAIL-ABOUT THE 1«TH OR MTH INSTANT. ... .U&M m%M t H&M. m ntt *nr, apply at ow to Mil * DDMBLI GALVESTON * HOUSTON...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 March 1866

A. B. STERN ENBEBX UUABLES BBWH.SE. O. W. CARTER. STEEIEIBERG, KE88LEB & CO., !■ A y >'« - V;. WHOLWMMI CROCE18 AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CONCRETE BUILDING. oommuhoz) «T., Houston, Texas. '✓ i' - ^Prompt attention given to balb and ! toipeaeat of Ooiton, Wool and Hid**. •ar OONSION MBNTS SOLICITED. martVly Sternenberg Keseler & Go. SOLS AGBN8T VOH THE HTATJK ow THAI. FOB WINTER'S r [circular saw mills, 'ORTABLE ENGINES dt AND Tubular Boilers, SB ALL prHRK 80RT8 OF ENGINES AND BOILERS, OF ANY DESCRIPTION. . ff ifdgr Machines, Brick Machines, SAW GUMMERS, ^ a) < i i .'-v: i-j< f, *5_ I.J8, SHAITOTG BELTING \ dly (OENT8 FOR THE 8TATE OF JHILL'BERGr'S SLEBRATED OINTMENT, GERMAN OURH and fsRln Diseases f SSltD /NO NEVER FAILING . anurous disorders, a. Oil) WOUNDS, SORB LUGS. ^/ilNOWORM. y " . **, SKTTER, 1 NOTICES. Notioe. •/ TTHB 8TOCKHOLDBK8 OF THE BUFFALO Bayou, Bra to. and Oolondo Count* Railroad Com pai.y ere requested tu n>r*t at lb* oAoeof «M Oum- Wl, in Harrls...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 March 1866

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