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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 April 1866

L% E vs. t !w EATT.BOAT) 1 ■" * * Com. Marts—Co tTaotors,Ac. .^...IIMI.UVII EsOVtS PI, ESS 9 CO. . \ f|1wo dailt TuMbMbinkl Time froee CWiie TUwtoaUnlilnTi AtSue^Billl HES B3Ta moo dm. Juknn ami _ I Uiuoi. Central _ M. HCOHITT. w. p. mum, <; I.nai u«li-dtw if k. m.. SPEED! COMFORT! SAFETY! X -rite* OLD RKI.IAKI.F Little Miami Railroad! aiMBfKsn mi illuti MTtrUS SOT ■ «*.■>>■ 8. via ooumcs. iHOITKiTulivctM Mk Owm Char-io — • all the EASTERN CITIES. TOWSS. mutts i mnn tar The LITTLE XUW b uk OSU USX running Lichtaiag ExpivMTiu}#9ai the E«t! It bciw tk* >IWKHt Itiv. , nrtaio. and ] Cotton and Wool ^Factors, Houston, Texas. it amd >'■'* ; uairuM.....nui.iiiiii....MiHi.rtuT«^ Fleas, Haynie & Co., Shipping* CaasUsslon Merchants q0hn fw iwhi'i imthlnf. Com. Mer'ta-Cotton Factors. Albs. P. Btbvabt. . . s o a . 8. MituT. of Lebanon, Tann. oI Louiaiana. 8TEWAKT A BROTHER, COTTON AND TOIACCO Factors, and G.neral CommiMioo^ Jjgndrlut and forwarding Jan* 4* CumMm N. O. m ■■K-V...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 April 1866

■ ' WS. . ■■■ BSaSPIBSBH 1.1 A J. B. SYDNOB, auction A commission M EEC HANT8, 0B. O. M. NOW, 1VHO PRACTICED MEDICIN1 FOE MANY yeara.o New Orlwuu. oten hi* profesalooal services to ttw dtliiH oIHoajtoa. Ornct, at Dr. Haaid Atio'* Drag Store. Evidence wr eI Tail Avenue and Milam Street, op- I Methodist Church. aiarLt^itwSm CONGRESS 8T., HOUSTON, J.tJ. BURROUGHS, JThysician and Surgeon IUIMIOI: OPPOSITE GEORGE'S BbARDING HOUSE, North side White Oak Ba>ou. VOOce—At Fried rich'a Drue Storf.JJ Special attention riven to Lun* Diseases. mfM dtwlm -Or. jr. C. Butcher, fHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Bunruhwi, luu. Strand St., Galveston. "*A'! •' WILL KAU LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS ;xfk'Vf 0' merchandise. lUCflON 8AL8S evert TDESDASf and FRIDAY aocl-dtwtf 1' in* * Oo.X. (Late Nlebou? * Baraw! LIDSTONE & BARNES, tJpmrmurA- i Blenlaiita, r ^d'Gal" DR. J. P. MATCHET, "U|OU8TON, Texaa. Offioe, Hone'* and Mas- I J.M ale' drag stores. Residence, Eldorado Hotel. BIT Bipedal attention given to d...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 April 1866

cxl. Some of the citizens about the itral Depot are talking mighty rd about the police- T'hey say By never visit tliem, and that all _ads of ugly'things are permitted to ccur there with impunity. -• When we heard this we expected to get a dozen or two items ai once, but on inquiring after partioularo, jot a solitary on® oould be had. n e lie to the conclusion, therefore, iat there was more smoke than pre. Still, we call the attention of city government to that locality. — Two negroes were fined five iollara each on Tuesday for driving iheir drays too fast—one over a bridge in<l the other through a gate. A very "proper improvement is , Uing on about the Bayou : the city ,/'*ys ordered the construction of an tensive wharf, which will occupy gll of the ground of the city landing. The work is already going ahead. It is to be strongly constructed of heavy cypress spiles and pine planks about a balf foot in thickness. feet It will be above the Let Marshal fjord' n*>t cholera to do t...

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

m ^ stealing «I«IVI< nuuofe, ' ' ' U ALV BSTOM. Ixjsaaim'KMSija «; Sajai T if the second week of CkwH In thia county. a short ■ At _ care of the * of the country. There flrfeniaal eoartin every a&'ss^^ fciBiaaij /.(nasi lblicon received the same Other Texas papers receiv- *lUlt«ry Headquarters, >pyofeoch iss«0 to be atoms*# tor made the -^ - jiJ&iun&Xiiiih OvncK op thk Texas Republican, Dut Siks—I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of yonr cir- ulatr letter, containing "General Or- Galveston, uar letter, containing ■ an, No. 11," dried ^THDQf ., i copy,> and enroir your mm)Ui t Alt-,!! M DeptTetBi. United Constitu 5: privafee property shall without On receiving the notice we obeyed jr b6Cfttii6\ wo ojudorstAQd be utfdfir martial law, and ^esueh lawywe do not IWtfS AM A constitutional ublicaa is tiiidoab essities of war ttat &?W2 value watil the war ie i JfimnlAGiitfi uronoun- ees in 'thaw>ofIB/^^pperaon,'.for ^Governor. . Marriages in New York are ...

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

,>.y i«. v—• VOL XXXII—NO. 7. HOUSTON, TiiXAS, MONDAY. APRIL 8, 4866.—QUADRUPLE SHEET. DAKLfSe A .1 - ■ *" i VJk i sn'& ■ H > ft j '■ ./iiHv: fi CORNER OF K SIH o ' ? ■ A mi If* MAIN AND !r, 4.,.. a *-fc t ■ ;« - */>. . vtv-- v. 412,;. >H u-ktv&v'i ' ; .* {!:> I'tifc ulf' , i STREETS, c l. I MHENTiAL * CO. AUCTION COMRRISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREET, " - ; -j. v Houston, Toxm. WIU MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES wmSSSSSSm / ON ALL KINDS 07 C a V' AUCTION SALES EVBKY WAsmxcrox, April 2, 1806. ' Whereas, Byaproclsmation oil the 15th aud 19th of April, one thous- and eight handled and sixty-two, the President of the United States, by virtue of pofsr vested in him fay the Constitution and lavs, deflated that the laws of the United States were opposed, and the execution thereof obstructed, in the States of South Carolina, Georgia. A Is haws. Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas, by combinations .too powerful to be sup- pressed by the ordinary course of judicial proceeding...

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

tf£JT ite to Wba* will be ite tarae* are things of the part, the history of each comattuid, ortheru or Southern, Lb the lake war. wtllj and should, forever constitute a Oi the heroic history aiUf milita- ry glory ot the State* from which they w«r aeot. And each State moat pre- serve ite own historic trauurea. - < ".r1 ft® can tell* It ia eertato ho«5Vw, ia the long ran, that oppressions, like ««iMe and ehkten* will go home to ^ and the preset abettor, of in- justice, U they are aucceaafol, will in- evitably reap the rewards of their blindness t*pri *P*r#** the rev- olutiooB of the political wheel ahall ai^BeifWIo ae Itrfnwlty- ®! ite Kotloes, throe ioKhiar Daily « J. 1866. .tiyswait- Texaa before ia- declaring the action having and having shown people may think radicals, the idea of now farthest from their remained for him, in his theory of the .hat to declare the war what that his post show how ia on his of MIL"! tion before i® H m m .Mr. liineom, and, wo may a# well say it, of ...

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

f , 1 .rV BY TELEGRAPH. Proclamation of the President I WAR ENDED! THE UNION RESTORED! CIYIL EIGHTS RESUMED! Southern States Equal with the other States! TIXA* ITkJU. The Henderson Times says: It it probable thai the people of Texas will ba called upon to cbct tativea to (he Uuited State* ogress in the course of two or three months. Under the present aspect of affairs, it is needless to calculate np- on any one being admitted to a seat, who was. not uu original Unionist and who did not maintain his Union senti- ments during the war—no other dnsa can take the test oath. To elect tboee who cannot quality by taking the pre- scribed oath, would be nothing short of political mockery. There ore but few qualified for the position, who do not couie under the ban. Out of this few, the people hare a right to make their selections. SpecUl Daapitchea to the Dull* Teluemph. Galveston, April 6. After reviewing former proclama- tions concerning other States,'the President concludes as follows: And...

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

■r mm' —.—tts gb.' t,: ^®0E ' 3fib®"i; s i ,*-«, ; Bi&S * ' April 9,1666. MgpjWPi ^:u? Propria to**. nuuura. m i •****. <#Ajg& *■* >.; "' *'■> :"'1^ mw «a w wnw " ttott «•* *ifcW«« CsaoMnsi. M l £3&£iH Ks^SSbe Mattm, «to ecnt. mItosm. ■Jfe>■- --.i ' V«.v iffiKJip «w?«bs^ IHHii 9 ■-•S.'iV'.l. . '■■■•- Moat of the magazines for April sre appears the inciting face of the Creaoeut -, to which *e first tuns, not Ifcinlfce best, *«tMfMt- ■rod the one looked for with the most splo&y. jtnd interest. Did no oflwr considerations weigh with us, the %'7 modest, sensible and ingenuous way in which ito indefatigable and intelli- gent publisher introduoea it to the public, would bespeak oar fc that aside aim, and the the mag ,tft ft.f ^iiuttiusi oar Ooreiiu ai/MHiviuu. The name is most happily i sound, in signification, and . ) F;-_ ^piv^panwf. *w. 1 7, JTW * • ■—; . reference to the city where it is pi Its ontsid -~no trifle in e—ia in perfect taste; its > neat, wel...

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

w "% iy0l SPECIAL NOTICES. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! ANTS. light 600DI T.awir F lias Mr. LubAi Fustaiiie f*> my for i iikcoui>kit'i Court .—The ^business .himself f I of thid iustitutiou yesituiday wiih de- The followng pretty ioye jiJuiut a <ideiHy brisk, so much so. tlwt for ■ friend hand* u, remarking that it U " —1* " "" ***" "f prettier in the original Spanish: "Mr lor* Uj eleepiairtkeiw, la the afaatmr of wytulr. t 1b bit floMT, rare* trasses' downward- flow; And, iix* u «Mai«9it<* stood. They Ml «a Urn Uke.a shruiul— A>I Aoiee he *«* vanmher It. or aol Wllh a eooih at foU,* uli night, I ootabrd aijr liwwbtUh'. tlra Wumi lowed them to end fro; Ithealaaheap, _ e «•«*« to sleep— ■Ah i doe* ha bow rrnninber It, or not at the (port! re s Ao I pressed For my lore Be a«ld he loved to gnee Ob mr tiws*etf flowing main, AttA the miaaichiof mr dark, Moo And he rawed he'd die with r- Should hie lore be all la vein: "•So he won me with his preface ami his sighs. ■orlsheyes Thea I...

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

m MISCELLANEOUS. i$s Wl r |K .Hw Q,7 J B Potter, F,7. luacs «• M WiUdiwrn, B, 7; J Cattor, C, 7. v«t jjh$«. tuakmt KAJtOSl ; W McPhail, D, 7. J x MMk, Q,* T 3 Sort!, B, 7TeB Wetherby, D, 7. JAMPj^ y t N C Thompson, B, 7. j MllflMliM w B Woodrall, H, 7; B 5 Hvrey, 1,7. ■ inui * MM.*.7jkBE8mith,F,7. G Hammett, B, 8j 8 Q Talley, D, 7. Aran. i. 8 W Strong, 1,7 j 8 J 8tre«tor, G, 7. Aran. imt. B B Stewart, Gt 7; B8Kil*,H,7. , V L Lewis, G^tTw B Warden, £, 7. jaBwwmD/rTr' HBAnU^SSfj Everett, H, 7. Jllilkew,!,* i tvvt m ftwH, B P Smith, H, 7. s-w , A Bryan, A, 7, PPIP ,G,7 A N Gwraey Priest, E, 7 SMRff P Kobinsoii P 18 IIMIitW «* lag Jackson P 10 J T Cbaffln G 17 K S..UH.C IT WOT.,l« K 17 y&WJSS.X7 isnotiT is Wn Dunham G18 A M Clark F 10 8 8ta4tfK18 M W Puston E 17 V McMbn All Tboa Sealea p 10 FEBRUARY M. D J Pntrele C 18 T J Cleveland CIO Tbos0aP6J A17 W J Iieg H IB rasRUAKT n. JBTaakanly D1S Tbos Farroll C 10 TOM" Jm p*"°° c 17 ■ '<•'•■ • * rnsBCAKr «. fSnSSHf Allen Bryan B15 ■ - ...

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

CITY. Yesterday we made some note e wild freak of the winds up the try 'totber day. The lightning, was on a bust at that time, which did not mention. It shivered ry telegraph poles to pieces and oded the magnets at Hockley and Houston Depot. Into the office e electric here, it rolled in great tH of flame, frightening our mend Fall, who is generally believed a ageous individual, so tremead- y tliat he kept himself esconced eg most of the day way off in a ier of his office, having concluded, i respect to his machine, to let her which report was received and adop ted. The committee to whom was refer- red the petition of Maeatee tc Whit- marsh, recommended that the prayer of the petitioners be granted on the terms specified in their petition, which report was received and adop- ted. The committee to whom was refer- red the proposition of A. 8. Mansfield. Esq., made the following report: Your committee to whom was re- ferred the proposition of A. S. Mans- field, Esq., to sell the steamer...

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

who i *t «U familiar fliifcLriflfc Hiid poet luutit ,^SSEtWiSt , __ ^WdBeeiytlw poet1* own trotter, who aeeas feiouwlf to h*ve •— froul time to l<Sw8imM> or)—a literary weekly at Leipxlg—and 1 have a few that, teemed to throw upon hi* writings, lome hit biwrraphy- Heine said once in reference toXnther, in hi* half bla* way. "God selected Lather tojE ] knew how maoh _ iMaeonreettran*lator for oar writ* Pi" d AA USVJn Iiammua "turn depends upon hav- i as'-sf t$x sis&: were written in what was to tike out- er world, an unknown tongue, bat which the sympathetic broth- after his math a perfect flood of Mog- pUes would appear, some dictated t the most enthusiastic and partial h^^rKSS&W^^53fe him to a heaven which the sharpest taleacope could not reach—the latter eMthim intoa hell, whose flames, Ocdbepreired.eaa injure neither the dead nor his ennmkfe." So this brother who was alto his intimate Mend, was ohoRena*hi« biographer. u But," coutinuee Max, " although ten 'thi* sort...

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

A }■ ] . y * i >1. % ■. < Com. Merta-Cet. LEGAL. •VI yy -.*.• \ Chat. ENERAL OIL- NT. No. 141 On< t for Northern line B ^WD ^PCKCHAfllHG m Friend* generally; NCY AT^NEW ORLEANS. TON & SANDCL1FF. General Commission Merchants, 1U Ciumi Street, Between Camp Cod St. Cbarlei 8t#-. near City Hotel NEW ORLUN8. J. W. BARRON, ATTORNEY AT £A¥, in . * Collecting Agent, WnllUelUe, Cknken Ceutj, TEXAS. W VUlprachca In the Count tea of Liberty. Jelfeij •on, ft>lk,Tnnltf, Tyler, Hardlu and OnnceJaarUdlf ■owabd run.ir, t. *. inuu h eooouoi . Galraetoo. Texas. Aoderaon, Grime* Oo. KENNAiiD, FINLEY k GOODRICH, AttenMjB and Coansellors at Jaw, AMD GENERAL RIAL ESTATE AND COLLECTING AGENTS. OaluMtee ud Anderaan, Tenu. October i7. dtwflm Having thin net forth, ve ■ whatever, email , Naw OaiiAM, February 1, IBM. a day formed a oopartaenhip. ai aboy* •hall be happy to attend to eay buelneee ell or large. from our frlende In Texae, In pnn-haeing, itprin*. recelrin* and forwarding Pre and Me...

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

H 1 mM* be*, ace pp«aleA for BREMOND & CO. hfiffc ; of lift] wy of horror Mem Sabrie!!" .he cried In Hpl i float obliterate t thy ml' " with | ObtoSp7 , UH m what thou thy S iti oh 1, ■ wfcat MM" Srtfidf InWinHtMif flriMita 1 am wild, r, but Iwill for the*.— impltmi for- eef 9 kiM*l "'"SS mUwvely, how cowardly ill pray at «" 1 tt'SP « "•« " she continued, high over her ! head beneath i! cru h ma! iW/«W rithoot t throbbed throng bar when Mddealy, in a strain of moat delkiotu. melody, a Mid'* soar" the ulenee. Lirag suatained tniw, almost rendering the hearer breath- with eagerneta t# he* them, a u of pathetic aadneea. ktarily brought the teara; th«a a pane followed by a quick mc- ** option of high ataccato notes; ifcw ■ full of quivering aweetneaa, - * 4 by a gay, chirping strain of [ anatehaa, trill* oufull high such a guah and fuller hia heart from to a pitch of ^fraft with fife and hate. fronting with a gare ■com and detestation _ watehvra or tb elaiweil aloud— "Not bate! Not ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 April 1866

- - 4T * J0 " & IM#** <&■<***•>* * *** -■' I V, xMmwm WXtira 'M ttf UO.RS, fii.iu 'iA^^ss&ss WE MOST SKEPTICAL. THAT THERE H UNEOUALLKD VIRTUE IN THE &E© AtGBJBTTs STFOKflAGM ..HAN, & ..:j *;kV 'd&K " ■&&& .{•"• ij;• #1/ .0 #, ^%.y kadi mv. Hotnrron, tsxas, v SV H<rt ', ,«s ly it ;>'v : Literary Notioes, TNI MIIMIV MHllU. MiVATI All TRAMlilST OOAIDIIO. •■> i M j>. < ■A> . I'' ,\w Mot te B. Sempaee, 1*4. R-efSroct mills (5S5tS«^ TW" ..ML. - — — — ——— _ _.vs BOURBON ( 1 jfipgttm Mid Invigorate the ^ Thcy'glve • food and healthy eppellie. ' ^;^bSSSS'-u ttoMif«c.i to " """^v. VENNETT PIETERS ft 00. B1 HIVE* pT. CHICAGO led PHOPfUKrana. OR AY NOKHlft' PURCHASING BUREAU, 8WO O'&t AflENTO FOR SOUTHERN STATES. ISO ancl 13*! Oomttion Street. .! J maris •■ ! C* i. StCW OIU.KANH., dtwtf CJ. HAUBUMi db «•■ wholesale grocers* STRAND HTllKKf. tlALVROTWM BATK Oih pleasure of 'ftilnriiiliig their old friend Mid part'oiirt Hiiii the ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 April 1866

wuroatjr of omobo fMCkowa to«*nU tbc inaproromeut of tho Cfeaucfc a* Hoootaw Tfciaiaaa • k ihtW b, vtMuenr wo find Ckamkmrn fooliag that the "Hirer and Ai«li b tho Lnri of Hoota," MoiMn ru, mn.^= .^00 WMUMif MAUB 'x STAPLE AND FANCY DRY pOODS- >AWf|.'3:4y UJAS: , r.„ ...sp^jftwitotB'aaw'''' GREAlf INDUCEMENTS S '' 4<t' ,?'lf %X jP^/4 «3 In Us Extensive sad Well-Assorted Stock, ,ff . . . . *. v\. ^ * J V t f-/ • V I VMAii«mlatfii«Myy Dtytftamt ,v . . 1 .' , ''is'«/ -l v. I am ditirminkd not to bk uwdimold ! u: 'it *SB* G swieew, MltarM tiwMf hdat-- tn dw Cnidi. which nhitiHi ft mm wtiaoanrnr it la poarfMo. IvfflfMimr MTtnl othor pla- in. On mcUag 8u Antonio, I " ft tarn ionkktaa city, «bm twont of || done- fan Is inlfjrhtfWHj -ftm*-1 I tho Btahap td Taacaa had mado a— tmtwrtokfaphoe at taridow; MiHtbare la ko EoiMAMl iMjaaai r^TTTft wvw2#L jAV u VHP wHD InNMiPi INS A BtOp^'uM wtj 19 MtteMnlvlwitlw Cboreh will maty of cnviac ^oth tho As Awiw ftkii hfliTAvii .es^p **. SISI*sspwsi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 April 1866

r f i < i IICESl 00., Show, PATENT MEDICINES. iuk Itch ! MUhM SCRATCH 1 SCRATCH J SCRATCH / w Beaton's Ointment -. wixx OVER THX ITCH IN IN HODUi SLCL IWUpill ** > : f / |ji / STAR OP THE 80UTH AND . T UfiHT OF THE WOCJJH, DR. MACCIEL'8 FILLS AND I X "\7" B. t jaw, r Goods Rope, o. * REOT V&OM TW1HBME Life-giving remedies are uuw tart tie tirst * tin* given to the worlil. For over a quarter of a oratory or private practice the Irurredientsln the** Life-G-iving Pills Hat* been need with the greatest kuco-iw. Their mis- •Ion ti not only to prevent disease, but to cure. They search oat the various maladies by which the patient la mfferlnc. Kbd re-Invigorate the failing system. To theaged and infirm a lew done* or those valuable PIIIh will prove to be a very J Fountain of Youth, [or in vtvn caw they add life ami vitality, and restore he wwilmr energies to thoir iirlstiiievUfe. To the hiinil* Ann ininnlii aihoa tnutv «a*lll hvhh.. «««/.«* i■■■ i>i.. 52 fonn yout: km reallx d...

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

■■INI I , „ HelmboM's FhiM Extract ft S3 Mai'hlH lflli hnil l^i'OSQt11 betuv«d patriarch *ud ■on Imm. No female U: Lied by sar^sfX'^.L0 eiet thai only * wife or mother cm Bneha FOB SALE or RfiHT. 'tie*. Tbo ex- amwMMtr , J wfcuiVlll he h. Cam «4 Miami er FurMlu of Kr'ti Jgim**•"** InaMU. si wSh& sat« rufc ron xvbnV. •< ONE-HAL* CORNER STORE, ON MAIN ST. At* to Hi j.f.* W«. *ADT. <lw 8ADDLERY. SADDLERY AS A SPECIALTY! H«eof -ruto pu a pnTUfyv ot raying «■ 1 1 aftteh-Jif && J left it# impress wpon the I veteran of so many mortal oa Abraham, who had , A® Htin^wd, «n«l ha «* waMg to the mmcmi of that hith which secure* the blesoing of Omnipotence; whose ear wae ftmllw with the * iftEJSS ffigiwSS- "SSST.S mh> tad th ^IwiUmajMpftheeagreat j thee shall all nations of be blessed; and unto thy I give a l*nd that I will the (if IWm*T I Helm hold's FItid Extract Buchu s46rtS$isfeifc" • -40 ,., —.„ Improved Rose Wash, ifeifeaSsgteftsss nnBnnsSrffSSe *" ' I '-'ti '•> .. l...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 April 1866

I £ m i I! Com. llar'ta.—Qreeera, to; | f.fhtlwa *■ 1l boblwaxs, wmrimtnut fm'ly with j.8.8ell*r**Co tobbekt & boulware, Wpj ■ wuol18alm .. ,v, ' *3i if fc • Grocers k Commissi Merchants, « strand, galveston. wu* ulf ok hand, a full a8b0rt- ""staple hi fcahcjr Groceries, plantation 8upplib8, *«., which wlU be sold el ths Lowest Mortet Prioe, # ' 4 V«r Oaik *r Prodace. / i.« —_ aj*o, Foreign and Domestic liquors, Wines and woam. t uutu ai, *1uul " •' • E. MATHEB, 81 nk r a l grocer, ^ u> Commission Merchant. WHOLKBALK AtTD KKTAIL. •Most of Mala and Commerce Street*. ggjgjktwit l^tos, tux as. lawther ac oary. wholesale GROCERS commission merchants, dhax.bb8 in wink*'and liquor* ■evli-dtwly masonic DUlLpiNG galveston. wbbd. witters <& co., GeneralCommission Merchants asd Wholesale Grocers, t, , 11 <V 13 TCHOUPITOCLAH street, new ORLfANS. *. a. wind. { j. g. n ull ( , • a. wirrmm, t c. dilunoimm. jt. d. johjvmon, Grocery und Commission Merchant, \l.ho. lka1.kk fw ' wine...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 April 1866

ni-TBUT mgflSAPH gas,. a HI ^tte*sptM® open ■TwoiurH. "tttSSirmfl m loot ta the wort*, eeew* te tik® * 1« i to nit «b with i affwwM Miy, an4 feagwfrf #* l«*f Ut fottlM tec «mw aft«r ww^af jmaf- w®tk-Ao|*-*U ia erne amftaed rain. Ffcm. feftagc « 4 txpfawkti h*«l done Mr wank *V mnw Foandrj, wiUs its 4«f* &«cka «f maehln*- atofawtanw^laAtm, wad every ap- ^MofwWem drill and adanw for tte ataMfcetm ttfiron «cd brass, «d w«t w—nhrtw cfrtarwud materials, Urn ware after ten. In hope- Attfefe foundry all doecriplioas of ■uttbetend, from a t la a fiftcea-toch Colasa- «ray wtt n work in iron an&ofeaci wna coodBruchsd, from the pafeatiag of« Cab book to the pic tin* of arfsipof ar. Iras and coal were m mimtm l>3r*>*> T<enop e Rivei K«Oraad, agtd ojur j -callaiConfrd etaey Surf auwl no trouble and ex. peauK In atj&ing U e w or fc* a* efficient aa panM^e-r our 8ela & friends nay, be mo* ftatttplete aad dkirot ea- kind mi thlscon- ,oest> ' Xow oH h^S]M« lli BJ bat a...

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