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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 March 1866

'tjm m THE CITY. ■ V The > Galveston "News," we learn, is published this moruiug tlt^ < last ti/ne in Honaton. It tetania to- day to its old home, where it will bo enlarged and start on a fresh career of gjpry. The bi jllmut i*u of Mr. Carnea will continue t * illuminate its columns. * * M^jor Purdhom, qui- "neighbor lo- cal," will remain in tbisxity, and ex- l ects to start iu a few days a new per to be called the "Evening Star. and able wri irience, and a most ex- "W 1 I pi down yesterday with a } crash. The debris will away in a few days, to |f: \ Rfe'v > K >« 1 Mi ' r • *' • mf t« that to« e libn be- Jcks." y1 to that hia may beaabrilliant and lust as ong as the "bright particular st^r" after which it is" named. -— Some two weeks ago, an iron safe belonging t<\ the Commercial Ex- m* Company,was stolen oat of their office at Alleyton. and a considerable sum of money appropriated .by the thieves. Capt. Gladwin, Chief of the Merchants' Police of this pity, was called...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 March 1866

- ^ussr T hQn Tam*j,MMrtk 80th, IMS, TK! (KAPUT I ECK &CO. * giJ.T WO . Maf*h 1 . .wmwrga TUB SPLENDID 8TEAM- PALMYRA, ten Galreeton lor New Mth. MOI, It • Ksgjmmftmm al Rf Rftj BIPr BHEET-IMJTWOBKBBS, WH0LB8AL* * tSSKSSi DBAIJBUIN To toll on Tiuaisj^Mweh 80th 186S. THB NB4T-GLAM BTBAMMHP AUSTIN, WlLLUH SoaiMOCOUa, Capt. WW Isare Uaireston to New Orleans, on TUBS- DAY, March Mth, 1M, att tfekiA. P. M, issil «Ai>7BKn> . 1 OALTMfoa, Match 11, MB, "" *"*'■ AP IMMUV and Wool Factors, v \ m m ® ium....ini«aii.BAnia....AMMB.mma Sfiltfts, Hayoie* Co., , • 8Mj*jrtBg*i'.<> aiissinu Werebaatt IIBIAR, IB. 9* B. M. Gaaoa, Muter. WIU 1mm tn Hail's BW. utoomaha is loaded- ' n ' t>> .1 •' ••• < *0* freight or VMM**. apply <m board, or to ■ - " Vv faM-dtwtf j''- I. B. OAI.tAHBB.Ayaa>. Galveston and Houston Hjifn ' 1 i v LINK OF •TKAMBM! ^ Steamer „ „ _StCtali« CSwi. Jf. H. 8TjB®RETT, &ea*l 8uparltttendent Mmffllifff CONBIflNMBNT. perpnekM^Ubataadataad- spenaeof fr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 March 1866

H' i > <* 1 NAimnimiiii SEWING MACHINES, im .y it. No. 7 Camp Street. TftOS. JL NBW OBLKANH. f. brown. Agent. dtwtm ■sen SIMPSON, BRANARD & CO. BCOCBBSOBS TO lUtNMAH, STANLEY A JOHNSOR, IRON & BRASS FOUNDERS, ALSO.IDBALEKS IN AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, And •!! kindi of CAM-IAYIU ■AKHINilV, Will always kaap on hand a large and general aaaort- meot of Hall * Spoers' Ploi Col 1 Plowa, otton Ola k Condeuaer he IE sfe I), ' i' Straub * (Jo.'i Wheat anTcorn Mills, _ , _ . Albertaon 4c DougUn' Cotton (iln Emery a Thraahera and Hone Powers, u ■ ,, -, ..Com Shelters, Fannin* Mills. Hydraulic Clothes Washer and Wringer. TUB ORIGINAL BUOKKYK mower and reaper. BEI now prepared to' farnlah, wiioioaalu and re- tail, ithe celebrated Urover de linker Family and seVing- machines, Sol* Agents for the Stato. Also, a full assortment of TH^BADB, SILKS AND NEEDLES Sewing Machines of all kinds repaired on the "hott- est notice. THB HYDRAULIC ' WASHING MA HINK ■ •v This la the .. ^mmz1 imjku-*-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 March 1866

-4~ to ,/• fm Miits meter n 11® mn Wd thenv- r better Ve can com- * pete with South Axmim Wiftlsin market, because we can tha n a tariff on w©0l*.i; «y «ut -'jpxrtr-l CM b &tf I * W m¥?& & "i t just aa cheaply aait in any counter. If i will lay a tariff on the i that wfll secure the -grower fifty or aixfcy Hi itfAB buninem It business far more raising of eotton make on their ye«< IH L«* •MtfK per I yet see of wool an t #8 50 worth of pro- lan annual gain such as no bpsi- 1 ever showed before. ' r possible, but nb- anas a tariff is the Kew Kng- *tft' "Ait not way mwu wet S&ik the Union against! . We ] ■ gtted in the f yester- d the oth- the ordi- declaring and void* > that the or- i be declared lowingly and he people, of 1 leaders and care not what aft?**. 4vey it. And tssed does not «ras wrong from nceptfoii, and it ory reason that it i to be the case, of secession was ;ingly forced npon by political teach- a wrong, the Con- believe ftOd conse- ay. The deferenc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 March 1866

/ THE CITY. We were unable to attend to our column on Saturday last, in eon- sequence of a severe indisposition. Our post on that day was oocupid by a friend, who has walked into our neighbor local of the "News" with gloves oft', on account'of a assault made upon us which a in his column for Saturday morning. Had we not been hor du combat that day, no doubt we would have roared our neighbor a little, but we^ would have been loth to strip him of gaudy borrowed plumes under which he has so long been strutting. Now, however, that .the thing has been done, and the skin of the lion suffi- ciently removed to briqg to light some rather lengthy ears, we hope our neighbor vill obtain wisdom thereby, and "go and sin no more." He wishes to break a lance with us aB the chain pioif^ tifatnvlWfl, of the In- dies of our city who have lately en- tertained us so well at the concerts. He charges us with having made an exhibition of groan taste by criticising their performances. We deny that we have c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 March 1866

■ERCHtlTt£{!LDOR JO TOUR INTERESTSI WHOLESALE Ngt I O N HOUSE IN HOU8TOK. Corner of Mais m!istWpSEr8i.r..f jtry Msnhant*,a Y GOODS LINE John C. Cutter, nprlr •' *" HOSIEBY, T"- EMBROIDERIES, -JSF PiXS AND'^EIBOLES?' HANDKERCHIEFS, VIIU. '' MARBLES, TOYS, BRAIDS, TBIMMINU8. LB CUTLBBY. POCKBT COTl.ERY tiny other eapboap mmm. MW«TI SAFETY 1 town BBEptH M. 9*401, Mwtm. OLD RELIABLE . tiiMl Little Miami Railroad! it- Geaaral who who that in equalled any net He *M noon dAuuuitiinff uuimpeMlmbfe RIBBONS. BUTTONS VIA OOLCNBCf. and nuiekaat rant* (runCincinnatito CITIU. TOWNS. VILLAGES AMD STATIONS LT LIMB Will leave tor Haifa Waft as i«h> aa.be is laaded- VwMlM all kinds or j UXHUNOO- rlSHINO'-TA^ incident* in i."j r9 apply on board, or to a T«xas fraily in * of a place in tue aunuN lino. Merchant. will Hud it to SHOT /fMfUil , - U> J.jKMI.MMBI ^ flalreston Hv:/i;Mg1ITAi. Kk VOLT .~W« pre ia no longer any rea- iriAMim wmrod oagstarfoy hut at 40 the 48th Ohio ■ "to "I'Ht oar uauy biUn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 March 1866

HOUSTON, I VOL XXXI- NO seem* to lit our tVn cc4 US tu ■anient <iT the iitfiitil m lpol, ok to govern this hind by ntiot) of nil our ancestral are again at their If ami inii^ thwart sill the e eat JoI u«iui to restoiy m v o Xhnw to ouiMlistraott'il ITjAAo, i. -|jke tlie history •Vwiirnillir ci HHHHHH5K5H5==*. t DARLING & MERRIMAN. ; |> new goods! 3M JaiW NEW GOODS ,'i Ua / :i^KDTT KOlZr, l / 7.UI ! • i At the EMPORIUM OF FASHION! vttiiX$o; . . .. • • ! w s. l. hohenthal & €0. \'T 7 rr > i AND V K IVVITK THE ATTENTION OK A 1.1. TO OIK KNTIKKI.V NEW Anil e*tMWlvn Ktock nl SPkINU k SUMMER K00DS SELECTED Kxpressly for Ketail Trade! ■ ' * 'L •*"- W* t -&J * hl *< - - OUK STOCK KMHRACBti KVKRYTillNGa ca:i wttnt, from tli** heaviest l.osi l and Deweattcalo the FINEST SILK, Mantilla,or Hat. Ami will bA'Hold a« Clieap as the ("5ii««,pe t'-t<S yvit: COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREET, Houston, Texas. will make liberal advances ON AI/L KINDS Of mehokawdisb. AUCTION SAL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 March 1866

. -i-?' to#;'- W rf*> *t 'Mfflp**-\ *«* m in am? *f Mm tM MM wpplie#.* IWf re an imamttag fclrtory of wn •«. 1#. ' : ' ' ^ tm iwi^# kk&b i# rvt^tmh mmmmq m 4^ Hi but Mit Jmk «rf our readers ■intd;, Md yet OOWH5 to iPl ■ i hHB caga«wl to* TKUBOBAfft HH ' r> ^ rout«#, bat in the tiws ;i««< bayon*, I InKroetTown a* well, rhimin " wtfeiteS^i t*t , and willca«vw*(to maths, recelving<M>,lwril>ei« by the tf by the wftntb ' j*v«■ • 3 tM wop*- &tm- m ih* OKMt put ftfendly. '&* hud thought but of hard words, bat hard, thoughts found vent, Jtheyw ns gone. *ms , . mv" ffwAfi We hail hoped the New* would re- niain in Houston, either nnder it* old management or none new head. We desired its assistance fa filling the literary wants ofUsocity.Wo desired Ust&Mglueof its rivalry in business. desired H companionship i# the jhiV V f of the Many i« i ortsnt a th fe':|rt •W'^i\ps *ct the poople ftow this itin«J We hope yet to see its place tttei by pa| er«p«ble of taking...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 March 1866

t. Teaolntion was Again reml. fau^^hkh ^uc«4 i^toW'Mr. Ross objected? Having the iu- arbitrament oTtTuT *<>n1 in 1861, and I <|«% tfmtfld he made bv the Pinanee who seok to govern tins land by the I Committee. repudiation at all oar ancestral prin- ciples, art* again at tlieii- fiendish i T tumh ; con to pe r i -1 tM "4 ri i ; of horses best adapted to unr wants in Texas, if bred to thoroughbred horses in qII instances," The " Counostoga " hone of Pennsvlvuuia and the Middle ■* "4 8t*t£f om^so'iw^ffnl^ni the transput^ Cation <H merchandise from thoeust- ern cities to the western towns, has been superseded by canals, locomo- tives aud steamboats, even iu the country which originated him. There nre hut tew •qf us embarked in the dray .and furniture-cart _ line, aud eVen in this Ift'ishiess. the spirit of the times requires' tf 'ffotbif "* Hok " than these animals can make. IJia plaoeouthe road is supplied by our oxen, whicli have the dcuided iulvan- tage in cheapness of ll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 March 1866

fl§P$ y K- ■Ki/ \-SHU- Jiev.'Jv^./;. ,'iiy. Rwwftotof. I wjwtiate Intfcfta pMMt «*tt ► wiftir. tWTlJXSS?** ai .001 MO. SmS J&2 1M.M lS . ftg«toa~ DidlrorTiv Weekly *lo . c*nta par line tor e#eh ku4U for particular eolumiu. asaiw March 28,1866. pen. lt*0uMi*(Ht tof*dAw«rt- ly, to its population p-op«rti«* tely, and to it* infliusnce beyond compula- Mm . The eity of Hooaton w our home- Whatever advances its interest, ad- satrA5 all in our power towards building it up, so we continue. :t:V n We desire papers, not only to help as in this wagr, but we desire them to take part in tJWdiscussion of the top- ics of the day. From discussion, truth mtfCtr Might—A journals, uafc only we.an index of a high-toned peo- ple, but they go far towards making'* high-toned people. We rejoice in the prospect of the establishment of two such—the " Evening Star," and the "Morning Dispatch." We believe that two more would meet with com- fortable support, and lay the founda- tion for future wealth and in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 March 1866

. LKK. b Cu.,r<5 -EE. HANI 11 Ml I Hj' I'd. Sn t*. El ■TK . THi: CITY. Nothing of special iuterus) was before the Rmirder's Court yes- terday. petty Tankerrfey, a negro womau, watt tiued live dollars aud eosts toi lumuiltiiig Ifumifton u JW Sftiuuel Mills, a nephew , Mills, Esq.. living uiiput lif- MWWyoilea from this eity, was unt'or- tuml|ply killed a few days siuec by s% mftu named Dan. (IroWecker, but inure commonly called Dan. Snyder. ^ Snyder's dog had preyed ui>on Mr. qemia. Mill's sheep. Mr. Mills remonstrated ;' 01 (Bourse she packed up all her witli Snyder, and threatened to kill dujlato aceowpanv the heavenly hosts the Uogunless his depredations ceased, when they should leave; Bank's Snyder ilLtqp. willed l\im «wt to kill . army, or a uortiua of it, i<ynaiued in 5 %. Th# w«w UK.U!." that neighborhood about a mouth, dier so-called, in Louisiana. As Bank's j army was making its first raid up the I Teche, on ooming in sight of the premises of a wealth v planter, nea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 March 1866

M Hi RAPIDAN f «. c «- Qrhui, on BOM Mb. UK y*r orpaaeaae tbenKiofai MaTpeiattfl ttot to • m «f he* dbta J. T. A WSL BBADV AGENTS W. C. HfWfS iwa.OMf He« SUNDAY Maa*tXh.at a'«Mk.*.M. llMtanaor am H. LOCKHART, Audit TSRKSSBKwi! la tn Mnm, Ho did need many fear X-v, — - OIL* war almost tbtotin of Texas would <rw to WoaeaiM if they thought bad any dam of m — wm Mt only his 1 heard the sane opinio* hy other men of ability %}' "itV W'I itaSiillll £ SSHEr&S of Texas were oniver- wtenptaoaa aad dia- A|p American offi- they could; aatoOe " it has been bet- rebellion, ex- Wentera Texas; they would "** * ~ favorable to TBS 8FIBKDI0 BTBAMBR - IMUI, M. ■ & M. Oeao*. Muter. WU1 leave tor Sail's Baft, a* iieea as sba Is loaded- Mot ftvicht er paMaao. apply on board, or to UtHttwU J. B. GALLAHBB. Aaent. Gslveston ud Houston , mm* , ■ LINK r OF STEAMERS! KAEBOiD - ■ ' ini I ' mil SPEED! COMFORT! SAFETY! C",&%■ OLD RELIABLE Little Miami Railroad! VIA COLUMBUS. S^HORTK.vr and quickest ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 March 1866

There mm'mm Kilkenny ty yesterday. Two nen 01 ponderous propor- gignntie strength, beloug- [to the "Africa," nearthe New Or- |ta depot, joined battle. It is spo- of as being one of the moat terri- witnessed. They until fot a solitary rag was s on the back of one ot them, and ►y would have been fighting until , probably, had not some tent it stop to it ' No policemen happened to be'on running rations. Mi j " :(• 1 i — Yesterday was decidedly the nest day of the season. It was not only warm, bin hot. The rays of jthe lib' cine down onUie ftace moatflain. ie red-hot cannon-balls. So it sewn- " to ns, who; had ranch mound to do.' f.-f Proceedings before the Record- er's Court were dull yesterday.;. Only two individuals were brought up be- fore bis honor. Eliza and Miutu, negro women, -on the charge of fighting and otherwise isturbing die peace. They were fin- ad ten dollars each and coats, and pommitted to jail until paid. Hiram Norton, alias Johnston, stole some sixty dollars from diff...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 March 1866

1 a aaviiji i is fuef i cost is reduced " T " ■ . . «■.!• I. . *WMj SB nary rniprovf- probalily deotdo in ooted question ) opinion that there *h uev- invented that combined omenta, and such va- il It t evidently des- to completely revolutionize wachiuei v , and give a vast ex to its use in new departments i industry it will vswtlvaid ) man from the dominion bowers. It brings ihore completely ^jK the footrot of mau one of the of nature, to assist him in work of subduing the material worid. Holding these riows, we ran. not ImH regfttfi thin te^iitiou ns mark- ing a era, not only hi the im- provement of machinery, bur in the Cartit,*.<aim*D«il* f.'lwnwh. • - GAlVK«'f< f. Ma)'ch 2S, ltW. wmB&r set mi ■emlroad ranm, To Ml Kuurfaj, *^ , p* TBS WKMW WWW' HD RAPID AN, «KI> S<, VfT*' PSSWMCCPJffi tMttfffSs IT" m um&N&vs 6 To sail, on Monday, gtar lL-$Wk W<HL %w?m WW BAY. MARCH • «• *WrM ,11 •ritfi csHfjditi won u'4 f OLD RELIABLE JUTtLE MlAMI HAILROAB! MM AXTOTIOyg...

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

Sir ■" " ■ ■ is' ff1:11" i> i'i. s '«. )!> f ! •'£ nil . • ■ ^ ■ • " #?/ ' i /Wisl- •" VOLXXXH-NO. 1. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY; MABCH 28, 186ft—TRIPLE SHEET. BAILING & MERBIMAJr 8. L. ROSENTHAL A CO. ! AUOTIO N AMD - \i. • CORNER OF >v/ , rr MAIN; AND CONGRESS COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREET. coustoa, *Xaoac.«,«. WILL MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES ON ALL KINDS OF MBnOJaCANDiSK]. iMuoa.'w& itetwittMt? wiVJK AUCTION SALES ' ' EVKKY U ! TUESDAY and THURSDAY Comraenoinv at l«o'clock. A. M. deel-dtwtf ■I C < > .1 ■ ■ ...• U( l . 8TREET8, i O'.f-MtiVT lljii '• .'.'Ii -v:' • MORTON, TEXAS! ■)'( u i / ' ' • 3 f\ i * f '1''K'' * "' ' ■ " i if*- , % ,%-joi . • '4 " K ' {■'* c '■ ,,:u, ,v*'V ; •/!; aj ; i^jr i I f.i ''.'It /rfflO-V W at • i •;> Y;r EMPORIUM OF FASHION I v.U.v They Have Come •r. a 'i ?> M . : • '? 0 * 3 it. t-V", :fc i fill :^,r; . c/S ' ..n • CA£ , AND SEE TOM ! :ir-i vf ' !' ;-.tt > • •* i,T.J ,-v \ >■., -* "T TS* ffJi-Ji ii, ■ :f'- M . . /j**'!*;...

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

izmmk i be aaatued that nothing shalibe want- ing within oojywwrW wffca tt the beat as wall aaAeoLJest mMt offer ed to their ,T j;a . BATM 0W AWUTIUHD. AID THE aoutoa TrWW—fcly Cj—i M—* n*e i;.,4wrt «WfK, gf"'T A*writwa><-nU la fkuk*M Notice* thlfw If chan#*.« r «• . advance. M edition, ailjl«r Daily or mat. -/ ,, « « "rt 'm uv« topAM written on on* Hoaston.Texaa, March 27, 1880. Oar information lead* uh to the be- lief that heavy canvassiug is going on foil* convention at present, with a view to the establishment of a radi- •cal and a no-called democratic party la the State. We regard this sa&-4& •cheating Ujob onjsJH-ttmed, bnfe, the pnbli« welfare. We to see no pflrtleT" now. It1 be the aim at every citizen to tfea Staterehabilitated and re-ei- in the Union. In doing, animosities should beig*: all sorts of partisanship rtrn V^I>«>Pl«- \ __ K*t; ft movement on sides, i* uv secure the public <ptf. has its birth With offlee- and nrnst hare its death with 'V&am...

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

do lve« fth« I up" pd ol iftW inful .Ight irned ■unco Jl<™K ■with r.)lor r with fiend* Ithofo * to ded to n,ou Joodn n Oak. lalven- cn e s Spring vido. I ic, Ho db' fine about ro, rod made' of said Good#. TLE. RS twiy OKTOlt ANTS *Yi [RTAK Uaatlni* lo In tbe A CO. be ap V*'- - 1 W i«# FROM THE CONVENTION. V Austin, Much so. A. M. Convention met. The members herq now will probably .remain till the day of final adiouriuaeufc. •" '' • Hr. HANCOCK. Bepoxt of thto committer ou General ProriBiona ot the Constitution. An ordiuHuoe, re- quiring |te Legislature, ot rather giving power to the Legislators to make appropriations for tlie encour- agement of literature, the useful art*, and Mienoefc * "« ■ ' Patted to the order of the day. Mr, JOHNSON, of Tarrant- Keso- lution. That iu the opinion of thinConveu • tion, it will be proper for the, Pro- visional Governor of this Sta cause the oJfleem of the • present Pro- visional Government to be so paid a* to make their salaries equal in specie...

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

' aas*«*Ha wmmiIOTWATH. IB wesramEiiAM. (if - .* • h= m • . «?-.•. ' «• ***■> MP l WWMWfl. *• ■'■■■ 11 ■■■ ■ 1 '• WW t a lawww mi * pt «op iO fienSB& ta BuIbm Noticed, three W e*nt. ad****. iSlttaa. either D Ur m'"4fs , I Mewi. V ObL W, T, Touum ta Agent for the T««. lifw or «*T. A. L. *#* U fHwml Traveling Agent One of the Important improvements nwny in the Southern States is, the eitablUhment of first class hotels «d dean, eool well-kept inns in the Tillages and large country places where travellers are in the habit of stopping. The deficiency of the Boothern States in these absolutely wretched lodging, the horrid beds, the eating, and the various oth- er discomforts to which travellers have, time oat ©f mind, been subject- ed, are notorious. And there is, there has W> valid excuse for it. Ho- . tels and hum have always been profit- aide when well kept It is not true that a new country should necessarily have poor and mean accommodations for travellers. It in refreshing ...

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

-i f THE €)lfY/ ' ' Our friend, Capt. .Win. Cbm- tim, has bought out the -stock of goods of Mr. 0. E. Gregory, on Main street and ii now engaged to moving his other good* to the premises lately occupied by the latter* By the uni- ting of these two stocks he become* at onoe possessed at one of tlie very best establishments to be found in the city, consisting of boots and shoes, and every article to be found in the most extensive groceries; all of which will be sold at the very lowest market figures. • Capt. Christian is extensively known as one of the most gallant and accomplished officers of the renowned ol&eceenri ftiftrafcry; Heba hosts of friends, and they need only to be informed as to what he is doing in order to extend him their patron- age. He can fill a bill as completely and cheaply as any mere bant in the State.' Be sure to call on him on Main street, a little below Reiohman's corner. A gentlemun from the coun- try, but at present stopping in the city, has written us a...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 March 1866

mm myw town. We favor oaefc em. two percent, two of our and Nat. ESs imber or good 8neh men m« worth a thousand of dmnw. eft* **w *° "y- Uting for the jmhttP ^vantage out- ride their own doar-jwda. He Ckwette says: Mr. W. S. 8wmney baa aoia me part ob credit. Capt. 0. A. McGin- nJ« waath«puwlia#er. r We ehoolun't wonder if Capt. Mc- .. lenaii AaM pi* w aome more •c^*^.£5i2 ® >1 ' The State daeetteaaya: ^ - ^ to the s, Torfy & Braonfela. whiak i "in eueoeasfal oferation. It to an exoellent article of or what la commonly dOMMtif, and there «t the Factory for The quality to con- superior to that ^ fOigherpriee Weaope toon a few mere Factories in Weat- Tesaa, which will not only be a , In develops retaining a fc of money within her " baa heretofore gone j&r propones to \ in a short time. tt\m ji—lil IWwhlM <ad Siarfth^la oat this work in brief that more then 4>000 fee and earmarks upon ££;£:.££ outlay of money.—Then came paper, and binding of a large edi- the enterpriaa...

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