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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 March 1866

Com. kler'ts-Cotton Factor®. COMMISSION MERCHANTS I COMMISSION MERCHANTS. BU8lNm CARDS. L. 8. BBARCE, BUSINESS CARDS. marble: yard, Houston, Texas. rot, MMtwir T. g BYBNE8. OHRIS't'IAN. )K' "RK Qomcn ttaio n M srotitnt, 00M m < "T HOUSTON Jsrastst1**™ J. O. QAIIM Dry Hides and KIP SKINS, ipm WLf ULIlft, mw OKI**, Desk 8itji ho. ' *< 28*1 WOODILL, For wkteb the highest pfces wilt be ' fa'? .• jOJ ?'ar'iijrti 'Kt * 00. w Tina aheriba." 1 IT Mm *tc Jr. -• . *c. a T5; CO. >0Dt < % CO. jfBUSHI&lCABEEN, QenU Commission Merchants *ND cotton factors, Offloe,, iix J. N. Daniels' Store* fVV.,vT -■ - iTJWfliSaSig Opposite Kuk House, •M. B. BASWBLL ago. T. IU«IU HA8WELL & BON, Cotton and Wool Factors, Alt « Commission Merchants, MILUCAN, TEXAS. T> Ac EI VINO AMD FORWARDING PROMPTLY A and car*rully attondad to. mar t-dtwlm MACATEE A WH1THAR8H, COTTOJV FACTORS, and ubnbkal commission and forwarding MERCHANTS. ■4jsa^& ™.™iUA|p«Mait. from th« •rf . i HOUSTON, TEXAS. If II...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 March 1866

JHtelmbohfs FlaM Extract Backs Mr Wwfciw i Mftftwl MfW ( from the ■ day and .Wtisjjsr T«ay good-^ewTO all In tfte and in flMay places «p aod HehafeoM'i FlaU Extract Backs JffiE35SL 8. M. 6WBN8OW. 4 * & 'iktHtm* Aa*«a.fi«ni) General C*M tari« Eerehant, (a. M BXCHANGB PLACE. ■j Stor T«rk. wwisrjBitrsaiS'j "" &&&**«?? MM A WVtMIWAIII, layorura ud DMtm la Crockery, China, Glawwars, Bm- , *AWM AWD PtATtD WA«I. Kerosene Lamps & Fixtures, lanterns, <&©• «N>W «aa ■>*"" A1«* ><-■« OROUEHlBg, LIQUORS, Ac. [ APCTIOH 8ALE8* «. UUBM 4b «•. WHOLESALE GROCERS, j STRAND •run, GALf B8TMB. A HAVE tb« Ihum mt Inlai ■!■§ tMltW tMi ud r^triam and the p.Wie a*aae«W au tWj u.,. •Iw kM a lar«e«t*4 ot Demialfc LWuor< Ac, M hand fcr mU ea r«*a*aa- blf Irrm mad ■bail ilnfi Hiani to |It« nun aatUfcMian. "ftl d*twty THE BANK I CORNER MAIN AND CONGRESS 8TS., j Jloustou, • - - - Texa*. UNITED STATES uotion aAXi: MM floor ■■gw; WWII, waway, m •• Otantud Port, d* vintago aa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 March 1866

's- '""Wif;*™.''-***"~ •• ■ •*, —m -r i\ •'•'• i ■ Hf.t^-I.km mtV tttfj|terf.ji f «ar ft A. UflOT, !• ■ tUHMPUi'W '* • w .< k 'i - v J***af'^Gl in- .1 ii'iinr '.II! I 'jitv VOL XXXI—NO. TRIPLE SHEET. MARCH HOUSTON, TEX^S, FRIDAY DARLING I MERRIMN. Lafcoar 8avipg Maehinaa. offend the follow j 11 1 > .|l Ml 41 of the State of Turn, ■uJ Aoknovledf- 5®&«ti&t$Kf ithatan PROM THE CONTENTION. SINGED THE Convention IRaforirtftrtM Salty Tsh*raph.|. Austin, March 10th, 10 A. M. vention met ' i from TBONG. after adjourn- the Governor pUAiuuier ordinance! mxw oooosi ''u•: ; 1*2' 1 ilBjiJ i'-'li- • i NEW GOODS! ! ■ i ii iuT! ..i i At the EMPORIUM OF FASHION 1 w K INVITF. THK ATTKNTION OK A 1,1. TO COMMISSION MERCNMTS MA.rU STREET. will make mtal ADVANCES I' • i") •; (IN ALL KINDS OF MXIR Camp Street. '1-1 -i\it « ! 4('>.;1"KUi'0 if' NEW ORJLXAN& . j fee ■". 'i THOS. F. BROVJf, 8IHF80N, BBANASD RCCWOUW IRON ft BRASS uaawunsn AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. AadallkMaof UBWhMVtN MAINI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 March 1866

they *eek to pespetaate the dto-1 tio ~ ?oC tfe Ul^ awl the |*fd-yet [jpf the |«l- fatWedi its Lewi, upon the platfora^ of hia restoration polky. and cotopeeed the^Jtal and made irrepealable, rOam |#ee*ed ▼oice it obeys, is «tydoy- >• vL. -• - 9-' HU<1 the m r y Jawwdl JK'lv , *-• . -I * ?yrv>«, -- ' K |H HL #fe-_ '^1 ?? \t ■■ n.-- ' ; v,.'^ t#" flfi rations, «o testify before *1*9 ,Reeo - ^ naed' be, to Of the ithaui-' connected with i elation* being formed inthis dty, for the investment of money in promising Ifee. Then ere already three Manufactories in proems <$ mw&Y-SFSitm other MMty,'JfolaM*, afidtv g* company, and a shoe factory. Aid even new the work hae jnsk begni. Manufactories of all the things use 1 bt the people of Texaa, willeettaini r thiaState give te bis*} jr, and thus t&incfoase'lhel their rights in the Union un Constitution. T&* weald he the as to the real eou- which '<T 1 fljfc Ml t .tmt through Stheir Chrigti Of tfieirfeeliugs, their1^ ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 March 1866

r*w«r nr i "r mriitiiiiitaiifti if .i**.*- * 1 E> f 7 TBXM IVin*. and a half miles from that town, as appearing in a very aggravated form. Thai* are soino eases of hardship find Buffering there which we trimt the citizens will relieve jit once. The Republican says: We recently spoke of the Houston Tklkcuapm as ''one of the largest and handsomest papers in the State." Oar catemporary seam* to regard this compliment as rather equivocal, or at least, unsatisfactory. Very well. When a notice of. tho kind fails to lie appreciated,-nothing remains but to take it back, which we do most deci- dedly. The Tklkuuatii is not one of the largest and handsomest pa- pers In the State, but decidedly the largest and most elegant paper pub- lished in tlie State. It is coudueteil with ubility. We always read it with profit and pleasure. Small favors thankfully received— largeerin proportion. We owe our Mend a good one, and are. mean- while, a thousand times obliged. The Rusk Observer says: On the 2n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 March 1866

_ §i ***** m 'n kniwiMn :®?JppP WrfW",*: ti -m PSUMSr Earth 16, 1866, pl6 Bp0?- •t th# right rigttt difeo- Quite amaber of th# obn ■ . ** HI" 1 • r + 55 ~T rV" ton are eatabiUliing schools on their • own control ■for the of them. Tho plantation U ije supervise the sehooli on. Anoth ho I ;*^y* a* itfwUfAyi' riifttor Mend of otun ' ft school charges the rbeyshould they should of I*. tetter* to n lately, he insures tbeir - neglect Mi o*t pM, We should he glad to1 re-write some of A«tt let' ten, and tUww them into readable English, but have tlM ticae. The celebrated Southern Prof. Charles O. Stone, gave a ftire- w«Sl conceit, last night, at the Old Capitol, preparatory to '* tour in the ewutry, during wMeb hie ezpe< Vtagr at Hempstead, CbappeU WjMMa, Lagraage, Bastrop, Web- berrille, Austin, and probably Goa- assam oar readers, who have oot beard hha, that ao violinist has av« played ya iiuoiiuy; ^iwti^ingeqtm! to- wBnEa morrebiwy, i In the Mfttool |§f3«% afittoet «* «• be brought ab...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 March 1866

the orrr. MARINE REPORT. KSAlr^MTK. We do uot wish to dtunuge anybody's buuintmo, but we advise people to be careful what they are op to when they are eating oysters at this season of the year. They are getting to be dangerous, and ' who knows but that ABiatie cholera may i be lurking in the "delicious bi- valves f" You had better be on your guard. We are induced to inuko this re- mark'from the fact, that, having ta- kes in a quart or so ot these things the other day, we have been nearly dead ever since. It looks as if the proprietor of the gift sale establishment, ou Main street, had already suekvd iu nearly all the loggeiheaheads iu the city. After a brisk operation for several days, his business now seems pretty nearly sus|>onded. —— Some of Uncle Sum's boys about whose evil deeds in our city we have been chatting in our column, are talking bravely about walking our log, ifthey can only lind us out. They say they iutend to double or quadru- ple teams on us, and overpower us.— ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 March 1866

■j s& ^ « Meven steam saw mills. t elliii£ lumber jurisprudence, inaue manifest by th< us fust as cut, at #20 per M. . umn trm the Peepl*. MHW CBOCUETT. Obockbtt, March 10, it**!. 'District Court adjourned tHia ; been in session thwe i throughout the tenpi: ' *W. Cooper, Judge m- II __ _ lawyers •broad have been'in attendance, persons, two freedmen and a man named Win. A. Bridge, were each convicted ot theft and aen- *iff* to a term of five yean in the State Penitentiary. Young Bridge the charge, which waa horses f and, the jujfy ■ hi young man, wertt within their yew*. — The of the parties who were indicted for the hanging of Evans and Moore in this town in Angurt, 1805, Last night the I a verdict of "not guilty," > to that conclusion with- er their retirement j and this morning Attorney entered, a nol ) to the other indictments, stwo indictments against the l one for hanging Evans and for hanging Moore. The pied two days, andpro- ittle feeling of excitement The feelings ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 March 1866

>v loi caltare,e«perially 8 respected to thoae of •ny other city, no®' a.! * -_! aAmA farrv Letter frw Philadelphia. TAj TE kou science and letters. special Comepeafaoce ut the Dally T ie*raph. ^uilaoelphia, Pa., Feb. 20,1866. When your wandering correspond- ent visited thU great city of non-rt- sigtouts, many yean ago, the people clnined ft* themselves a B, w . # even excepting Boston. Some tnrTy here, inclined me to the belief tliit the claim was well founded. Many Other pretensions, set up in a modest way, Ure yielded without Among them, an elegance of manners, free alike from the prtomess of Bos- ton, and the assumed ostentation and lavish display of 8putheru cities. One point was pretty well main- tained by the special friends of Phila- delphia manners and culture. I allude to-the eoKWtneas of uronun: elation, both as to words and empha- ses. In this respect, the cities of Philadelphia aud Charleston were pro-eminent. No one could tell, I think, the habitat ot a well educate...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 March 1866

9* which to U* o i Tmm. JarnuMW *w Jon* Eam- .. doup«-—We «* tfcia remiqieeenee the following xeaaon; "Ii n not played at Aw far the lai*«evea- ; the wry mrM of the lu «si v « > with Mr. Jeffemon, m you *SJ heard, it being new mattare# and I aoeo found, oat that, Tin tlmitmm regular MERCHANT**' LINE! c2fjjjgnuuo 'f4ltf mailing ^HMfDgr U mv , mot * fW to* tt to their | awiratoaMte~ ' *S*«. * nroi. < tn, , ,: lf/ '"J*- " *OJLt^httO* *'«OTIW. sJSSdffi" WIU* u Miwmirju f'l Now nearly due t Galveston, aad by Mm Brig II AT THE 6 USES IE« UD DESIRABLE SPRING GOODS, '4°' INSURANCE. I'UHHMAN," always tw' pointed * l V,M JtJ^T RECEIVED AT j. s. bowors mroxTnie and jobbing house) ■u —Alfcs- H > said State, where tfilrtfU the ifiPtQqWSl MIj .nptmwa ■ il' eh J'rj-nr*ri7"'-'.<l'./l had minted the *«* UiWtfM ** JTiw J>r*~ !**■«*. . j.*:. SVj$. «V^ i tttea* Direette Kew f«*. '■ —— ' New Yerkaad flalrestoa Regular Line :Km ■■BMMH tod:gi e g* ftw • thk splendid "irok WILMINGTON ««, * *...

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

<1. yP A'JWWPK mi0ww:' ■ 4 i ♦ O-O it SAvA n*v3 1 ■ m V*J*< VOL XXXI-NO. HOUSTON, TEXAS, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 186&-TMPLE SHEET'. DARLING ( UMIMI. GOODS JBMJU W tm 8* L HOHENTHH t CO* J Labor Savinr Machines. a u c n o iv AND NEW GOODS!! At the* EMPORIUM OF FASHION I W H tNVITE Tim ATTHNTIOS OV AU TO 9VK KNTIRIII.Y NKW Ami pxtvDrfivt* *iork ol SPRINIi <t SUMMER 0001)8. SKIiECTKD Expressly for Retail Trade! \IJR STOCK KMBKACKS KVKRYTHINOa.family i.«n w*nt, from the heaviest T/.wels an<J Domestics to tfie FINEST SILK, Mantilla. or Hut. ; f •' !,v c ■ jkj«d will bo Molcl fin Oh«ttp iw ' > the Cheapest"-lo, wit: if ■> STRIKU PRINTS « OWN DOMESTICS... X .1 *RA istAsny,*" JW.WA'CUBB Mfa 36c. u* u rreiuy ,v I'R^rOc*1 " k"'- & Intact, we ihicn f'-ll «► chutp (or CURRENdV. V 1 'UottiOTiiM foNjoiN. thereby wiving our em- mers * to lOpereent. s . „ j\~ •fV;-' 1 Ortss Goods ! Dress Goods ! COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREET, Couaton, Tex «. Will MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES OS A 1,...

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

LY TKLEQEAPH. 4 W'Jt H, CWKM1SU, Kdttor mg PropriartOT. gSg5g3R? aeflpac-— ^^lUNwrH B53 i :4 -m m H008T0N TELEGRAPH. 600M pff wWl WT Moll 5ETi:O^M^55 BirtinUi1 Mlvniit , Texas, March |7i86tt. lw are two now Southern XUfs- ein« in whose success, In iv literary view, w® feel an exceeding Tboy are the Cosmopolite, la Baltimore, whose third ban Just reached us, and the Monthly, whose first num- we ate disappointed in not hav- jret received, although its coa- ts hare been published. We know that Mr. Evelyn, its proprietor, has met and conquered many obstacles in the inception of his enterprise, and ** ** him not little grati- ially gives us a capital Bui lie announced it for to say the least, it is a be thus tardy, far should ibe- ■, sad promptly ?,(V;We spenfc a periodical he of superior and ^ abt, at the * •we mmm s&MS ■■H); better than its jwstuels fe di these just <mckatf t foreign periodi- ions, but considering ust now furnished by other period- tobemostpriz- the use of them ...

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

mm . Labor 8avitag Maoh'ntre TH"E SINGE IN ' iillFUTIIIII C8.S SEWING MACHINES, No. 7 Camp Street, \ . NEW OOLIANS. THOS son.NB BROWN, Agent. dtW«Bl 8IMPS0N, NjBBANARD ft CO. BDC0ES80RS TO IMMIAI, STARLET t J0MIIM, IRON & BRASS FOUNDERS, ^si~*~^*AMO a&HMB m „ AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, *j •$ And kit kinds of LABM-SAVIM MAIHINERT, Will always keep on baud a large and iienoral assort- ment of Ball * Speers' nova, ™. . .'t .9. Collins' Out Stael Plow*. Krnry'i Cotton Ola k Condenser Straub * Co.. W*^Vg ginJu<. Ootton 6ta Bmery's Thrasher* and Homo Powers, . — . Corn dhalWr* fannlo* MllU, Hydraulic Clothes Washer and Wrfnver. THE ORIGINAL BUCKKYB MOWER AND REAPER. RI now prepared to furnish, wholesale and re- _ talU the celebrated Urover Jr. Baker family and attle SEWING MACHINES, SoUAcaaUtw the Stat*, Also, a fall assortments THUKAD3, SILKS AND NEEDLES Sewing Machines of nil kind* repaired on the short- Mt notice. THE HYDHAULIC WASHING- MAUHtNK Thin In the „ BISTMAtHIII WE VET...

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

Proprietor. — m,... ■'. ■■ Father Augmrtiue m bom at i£?£«2" d'A*ti is Piedmont ■M l WIWM W«M , - . „ . kU or i th iiflaM iVmSmlm SRAPH. mm s ' "I (■"WW® Mir orttf-WMfclr am u U^o fiv tt&ob [oMfenpfei wM|a for jwuikwk* ootoiMft Heostoa, Tews, Kareh 18,1866. aaji.,-:.t.= On Thuwday morning last, in or- 4em to pay leepect to the memory of a neighbor and neeM eitteen, went- tended the fan***! of tlje Very Beve- led Augustine d'Asti, 0. 8. P., at the Roman Catholic Church. We were aomewhat late, and when we en- tered a solemn high maw was being for the repSM of the soul of if /'„ < J1 * We write thin notice t'roin a truly Catholic atand-poiiit. To us as edi- ting the Hukdav Tbusokafb, Soman Catfeolics, Church of England men. Methodists, Presbyterians, all occupy a position subordinate to the great Cb&oiic Church that ought to em- brace them aU and does embrace all traachrisfclana of them all. Hence r ndtfthg ftffi or against the doc- of purgatory. At the same we could not hut...

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

suit rAY, l-twia MNi &■ 28ft tOM, - 18-dl BOM- IS. poet, edMI onth, 1M l«TMV look* The dwelling Mr. Roniiey, on Husk street, whs eobwd by buv- gltM* Friday night, who ntol* forty- ii 'e dollars iu coin. Home negroes were urrestqd on suspicion, but the siust tftem not being con- ting was done with them. THE < '1l'Y. , "*y- ff Mr |j| | n / • f\ < . ' '' ' '#£*>«"' dhM upon oh, duties***' Local" of HmTkleguai'ii, a friend In the city charged us to be very cautiowr in jpvery i* pecl, iuas- evitieaeo much as our neighbor local of the elusive, uoi " News" was not ouly a writer of1 „ . vr „ cultivation, but a gentleman or cuua- ,~T~ ,Prof* ^aUey,iu ^"sequence tie temperament, frequent evidences ot the Iattt >n«'einent weather, did of trenchant criticism appearing jn ! °t organuw his now class last Mou- hia columns. " .J , '4j• daj'. as he expected to do. See his #In order, therefore, u« form soim- ftdvortUeiiieut published to-day. idea of his style, we look our file of i. I...

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

rfkicfA ' " f 9 of different mm to Ui0w«. Ma- air, •out* fern lotamo with fruit; other ^ Ball and ddiea ttortTaf Se microioope, and that ' cm two extreme# there are ef intermediate aiae, eom- rere, wild flower*, ft* to eat, weeds, wcbofcrmntn green mantle of the earth— wle of them receive the bota- aad reward bim with aatiafkctoiy to __ teditriduaU constituting this •awmblage, have in ovary cue riiiiinHlniT features. Jasl as the rabbit, and the eagle, bed among other ani- pecuHar shape, habits, lire plants distinguisha- another, by the variety in leaves, flowers, stem* roots aim! , Every one knows how differ- rose is from a daisy > every one ™ "* a of the green t, so cheerful the eye. and jwes t the aid of a teach- it is both in make the oak, the cypress, the flr. What all do partially and vaguely, dues minutely and com- Itiahis btuineBS to investi- i nature of the differ- plant and plant, and these out, ho is able todis- Uie several kinds with acca- i to namo and classify them, ...

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

.p- THE CITY. People who hitve bt «oti tine about on the ouUkirts of (ue behrore to watch them eare- _ We have just heard of gw - eman who turned hit oowout or h at night, and found her early i next nioruiog skinned and quar- d in a bntdhert pen. ' The __> did it eonfeeMd ther crime, and tid a considerable sum of. money to l a proeeeution. He Ift^S left the 11 Under a stack of hay on the premU of the same individual, were d the bodies of a dosen or ae nn- i calves, whose maramiejhsd be^n Dlen and killed by him. Ittoapitjr i was not brought np and banged* fe have beard of other oattle disap- mysteriously since his dc- of the same sort Forewarned, etc. before the yesterday on the chsri Tom Van Alstyne, t m. c., was Recc and abusing Mr. that T< order's court of enrsing rg® A. Fox. Mr. Fox swore that Tout gave him some very foulmouth, which he did not resent at all. Tom swore that he did no sneh thing—on the contrary, that Mr. Fox notouly cursed him? but struck. On account of the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 March 1866

holder sh*U rouc-ive or ooatraetod; and the irovitonto, ot the amount m found Mcoont of the^HH interest duo the 8t te~4he «hs01 he allowed and no mow. Mr., FLANAGAN and I moved to WtytMimBfdmeat on the table—our HIHhbb«^i Imiwfiil aad imrmw aad Sarah wit- *t &e approach of three angel* to t&etr pastoral home. Though dismayed at the unexpected revelation, yet vara they •treii, ed by the risible wrath of God dm,; ruction of the cities of the When vearts of hope® mad to period* of asxiety and realisation pressed rapidly upon each other, a awaited their parental >y«, pride, to de«ness hod—for the motalwd MpT 'amil thrilled by the stern command of unsearchable Jehovah. Ala* f devoted Patriarch—Abraham, the Mead of God! ,..mh / .7' KARIH& \ — ~j?gri&S3iiz ~ ■ — ,! KJ5GIJLAR MEKG'HANT*' jJNK! | FAST |AILING J0Sv^ KIN DEMON, mHKKBt la now Mw. aod aillH*a ,aiek l«Ul W UtaUwira^aataaato | LOOK I LOOK II AT THE INSURANCE. —A'I co~^ 08U c<TATmMEiRrT OK THK pbl * Beanu.a. O...

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

S9 -7*1} ' d 4m1|>. i ; r 1.J Ui. tu> SaMM* V <,.«•* *<p /. 41' !! •*.« VOL XXXI- NO. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MABCH 21, 186&-TBIPIJE SHEET, WHOLE NO. 4811. DARLING t M ERR I MAN. NEW OOOD8! NBIW NEW GOODS! ! At the EMPORIUM OF FASHION! W E INVITK TUB ATTENTION OF ALL TO (ILK RNTIRIiLY NEW Ami extensive atock of SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. SELECTED Expressly for detail Trade! OUK STOCK EMBRACES EVERYTHING*bully can want, from the heaviest Lowelaand Domestic* to the FINKST SILK, Mantilla, or Hat* And will be sold an Cheap as the Cheapest"to wit: SPRING PRINTS SJ@30c.lcurrency BROWN DOMESTICS 22@J8@33c. '• ' SEA ISLAND " S8@35c. " . BLEACHED M(6;i0c. j <'t, yyp intend to sell ah cheap for CURRENCY, {us othere do for COIN, thereby Having otir customers 30 to 40 per cent. Drcss Goods! Dress Goods! 8. L. HOHENTHAL * CO. AUG TIO N AND MERCHANTS MAIN STREET, Xouaton, Toxm. will make liberal advances ON ALL KINDS OK MXIR.OBEJUN'SiaXII. AUCTION SALES EVERY TUESDAY and THU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 March 1866

HU-WBEKEY TEUWRAPH. - :.' .m • ' | ' ■Ate*8 Trmitotor. jae-ss ikw>ni«ua« VW3*96t2w< THE HOUSTON TEIE6RAPH. Tenia #f Ik* P Jly. yy« f-.;t- WMUT.PMTI MM f A^rnllihit :!- ;' tttMbrliinlM for j W«k... 1 Mouth!. «, moatblr, M J" oefcii "Ww*- vmkl}', m pet smL, aMUMfy, rib* Dully orTrlWeekly al<w« li <w«U per line for each I oootfHoUi made for particular coIbbmh. j >( Houston. T«xm, March 30, >)■■■■!> II"* ■ r? m By the arrival of thj^Mexican i via Now Ovleaa«^e are iupos- i of Mexican cofr- wepondenw, a portion of which we , j toy before our readers to-day. li wlljt well repay perusal, It sets forth the true condition of things in that un- happy country, and will prove At least the most correct Inforniation of any that ban yet been sent from the Empire. We^ vouch for the writer in every respect, as would thousand* of oar readers were his name to be made puhUo. , Toe future of Mexico is ail uucer- • *in. Maximilian may five and main- tain himself there fto- many years...

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