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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 April 1866

I i a' I •;'i li I -'14 ' it r, '.i'v ill I'm ' <|1' J-'' '"> ■ 'J l1 ■ ' ■ j . .'..i .[> ) <-. (MiViitii'-i-Vt ! i}(/> fm fUtiW i>'T" )'; J —iLi ■>.- ; Hi' t it ': <■ jf/r h> V ' .1 . ' \'ti J voLiixrt-No: a .'."i'jH im i ' t: i i HOUSTON, TEXAS, W^PN^PAY, A?RIL U; ,18^-TB^tE •5. 1 Mia la golultto ana returning tea tb AUCTION 'ii«hk AMD tit* COMMISSION MERCHANTS 4 ® " ' 1 " ' ' MAIN STREET, mmii a a MP if <i * iii' WILL MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES . ti .i & .<JF, ON ALL KINDS OF iwramt ■'* ' •«' jk rsia 5 If' 1 B. il / AUCTION SALES TUESDAir and THURSDAY at l« O OlOCK, A. M. Moat Attractive Sale of UfHoiMHi! V & CO. H'EBRIMAir .f'aO iAHt"f^VUH MA IpHi-* S. L. HOHENTHAL ■i > t,l no>l I - .1 wt-<v I •' win mU*1' ' '* t*l ft -V; ; 'rtr"W- THEIR AUCTION ROOMS.' ft . , e'.l v. ;•,(« *>< .1 I IM 'll"!'- ' Main Street, t'e On Thursday, April 12, ,1860, HAVE THE Wlchant • Reserve! DKY GOODS AND DKgSS ROODS, WHITE GOODS, IHISH Linens, SWISS ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 April 1866

la other ■jlHtylS ■t+f I! R. Bit i KfvNP RRRHNR fa Iwiwwn UW' liJr order, to wi on In ■*-] „ • '**&* '«ff |faUm|ft^w,akwl dontf b* detfra*. **4for no doubt onr legislator* ftet sji)ail r tOi font fa with of the rs. lj. tlfalt by the _ ^ N'EW testimony of Gen The Star wain* the people of the Sooth against allowing their children bj FwUjralistiu litem- A tore. It also thiuk# the fate State TORE tob*criticised—1"to hart. • . r #y ' Kia—' _ line of steamers has, we mmm wived tiie contract for earry- ^ , jttlT'OlfawlS, They havttattto fat of * experieuced and tbo- t oughgoiug commanders,and offer su- per** faduoenwiiU to travel: The 1. 0. lim rw luavuM thin i veiling at 4 ■wo*® JG35 . lUftVmr sooksaed «• «• f®r T. |re- In f | ■■to lb* IImAmi i'. T 10,K !S ^.IWl)'" 1 ne trnag mote important t this crisis, it is that Bid bo ourified and other things, that honestly vote in N: as RpBfPI -%u ih« theme, have that ■I contract on the whp mm« under agrte- from abroad. 40 tfait partfaa iai.r^....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 April 1866

E«n WANHINOTON. 'he C'orjw I^gULtiT and mtae n mm* H«i„, *pe«*'h accepting the vote of the great " it frjitiiinr fr in j I ^eiVWlt. K. 0. Tim, - Tl" "M™","?!* y> i uJ t «Ii, of tb 6th, tad jsxlw^t, ftOJ^wiag . fnnau Th bank reducod iu rate of teleraphic intelligence: ! ducoua|lj 3^ percent, /ew York, April ft."—It fa lieu that the rBuiau exited «aied, *>m«&r K^eitoUMk, oth^W. ww appw**.* «i VkiU*a pr „ fo Cam po Bello. Recmfciiig for the Auntnan vat an* iVASHiNOTOJf/Ajirtl Thd Preai-1 tee.r ^paof Mexico luw coaiMieuOwk at luw recognized Isadora William* [ Ij|TKK,'W)L,March25.—i lie \rldow of Louis Pliillippe died y The Vienna and"" rted WtoA othets pqi Thro* Spauinb acre*- frigateem* in Cadi* h*ri ur ready •«*. in case bf tile appeanuKe of Chilian privateura. ^t&tenate ^SfrewXSwi * Vlt5?' *°tf Jtei-^u >tari^r«Are red, directing the WRg- Var to take steps to preterm* the tbat fcnSt*nd «MW Bumfa preserve graves of Uniolii fion. •'<**'> i The Civil Rights Bfll w*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 April 1866

NOTICES. IW-WBHttY TELEGRAPH 1%M ■ . LllSMiJWI, ™ T" T~ . % froprtikw MOW WftlAW. IHImh JWtow.'Ibm «£•*£ * tare clup**'** witkont * Jury. A legislator rawt fc *« rt*i«I«! Ave yw Io % (•< fceftorehk eteetlon. Becttou ;25 of the L*>gi*l Uv« De- partment co*ei* the provi*ion is Umj old Centftitation more folly tli*o be- fore, ua we hop® felly «M>«ch to to the U. ii i m. ---- , •■ t ■ " ■ * ^ ^ 1 " ' * "w^^Ttoh^ to < 1I ttea- tkmtQ«l**kW«PW° ^Pfttlh £* the Civil Rights BUI ha been pataed by the Senftto <w#r tfte veto of the ofsneet- b, Qol. pos- ter and J. T. Miner; Esq.. jMt from fee Convention. "We leare fr®m *&• >tb lfe *#* ( hftve fljj^ed the " made traveling Very IKE estion. We we PWWrwffl kiwefer # Tha ejection of Mr. Stockton 'from the United Sta^femate, mm an al- MB! in&vot tit hta te- piM tention of Black Republi fee LegtaUfcw,* **4 at elgkfcdol- UH per day. Ia48<UMS3 it waa three dollar*, *oil afterwards ftve dollar*. The additk* fcbat jjnst, provi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 April 1866

.i • .iV/'f;. % * RpBSa o ✓: l <-a. rsshB hi H t V! THK CITY. • X>eath ok Judge Green.—The •• J Hon. Nathan Green, formerly one i f Mr. Marcel 1a, who pleased the judges of tlie Supreme Court of the people so much at the late con- Tennessee, died at his residence iu certs of Prof. Stone, given a concert Lebauon ou the 29th ult> . or makers of music. The programme prepared for the occasion is attract- SPECIAL NOTiL'JiJi. Mr. Marcella, aa-' we have already j Aft *w"* f stated, has won couliderable distiuc- '. . . * MflPI. corn, 4 tiou in his peonliar line of siuging. 8o I,urt reo*lrea' 11 at least we have been informed by i : *•1)1 * t3°- those who are better posted than our- J >o Utwiy . , ' Cmmh-frlMritt. self. On the two oocasious of bis up-' dxanuubth'S i 7i.i.h—i.vrtujiAzA- Mtwll p"., aud In i;—"— oi. iiiautv* n speedy n-ciivery''' h'-nHb- TUeypro- duoe these results simply bf tuk'IMf 'mm W bl oa it* Impurities. Iwviny Tjlli VITaL FLCID FREE. to till* weak • Ineollty ...

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

T J£ jsuagkk ft A rM HMWiim-iMtml WJM(M A ysii. JOj > 8i*ms,jtt^4Mliv* «. j>;* .1 ■pyr iMbff f j! .'JB '"«) THB 0*101**1 bookiitji ii v*. MOWED AND IUHI. '(/jipi^ j?£ AJ*>. a hit M*illllM«t Of ypjff*«^ HUJ AMD NKBBJJM t HY *AP1.10 MMM AMiUMb« «/w «ric wwrreawm rmr<(* .f * • it.m>: 4eU'.M"+ • •- UK* v BO. 114 St-'ilUlUH STRUT, H*W 0RL1AN8. l*ti Mi !njuii fntlom ltisnkettiisU's *KOM«STOil«A uss^s KVSIYTRMt it MSMRglftftV fPWSS wmm. iK II' «M v^4 r^jr«? $**#'** £? ■•■• i*! •. *,. v->•-• " Wmrt W w:m'+ - R. ■;' rt A i. •• > ?. / ; *<-.*!+$ 4|fctc.!*JK , ^ "•'>« •■•-': .; iod • I C*mm*mi*w «f JUarfe. i , , « i 'c ■.'■■ W k*T* jMt MMlTad fro® Jfe* York, per rttUMI ill'.. -,! , . .!■.•!>; ■ .fit !■•■; ;-« ' 1 li i hncoai, WUmlngtaa aad B*d«*h)k. end will re- oelre by othor *mm to Mrtn, a New Stack of Spring Goods, whisk *• ^*feg tpjon oomiag to tow* to call and m tor themaelve*, OWfWI priW. M they will And uai ■•low aaanyotty wfit of Haw York. Ourrtookof f ijw...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 April 1866

THE CITY. —In Ae** parts of the cifcjr where are numerous, IIouHtou just now to looking downright beautiful. The air. alio. U weighted down with the delicious perfumes of tie opening bads. In some places the appearance U perfectly paradisaical. Oughtn't this to hp a& eucourage- ment to all hands to plant shrubbery f It to particularly proper that the city authorities should do so in those lo- calities over which their jurisdiction extends. The court honse square ought to be filled with trees. It might be made one of the very handsomest plaoM ou'eartli. It is a shame that it should continue as it is. ^—^The formation of Base Ball Clabs seefis to be tHe order ot the day amohg the young men in many cities at the present time. We notioe that some ot the clubs are flaring defiance in the faee of the whole wofd to sur- pass them if they can. Let us revive the one which we had here before ahe Yar- After getting die thing a little under way, dodoubt us Texans can pick up a multitude of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 April 1866

r I—Ml mi i ahaii « of tfeeltf mtor «r rate ilk the adviw Ok irftii- M*r Alri tor e*- where UM srkMfWi l lWr ■hs^ttaWNK^^' " ' MffMai tw ificf «f tfoerr r sfthce office w wa^WWi «tvti There shall be elected by BkflAi, Hi It* MBier ot P#W(c Am«*U tfyfcwmitmNW MO— vatsaaey i* tMVV WWW to fiU rhksh UU ooiUww in he **k£ aft *t r -aer*a tmmi? ome*-**. <* d ifc* sac- vl-militia. U* for ***ahalideeuaexpedien'. aoUu- IW C«ttStltStio« U4 laW* #f tlkC •wbM|Nitti aftttcl* v4j.-g*cfwul hmmsumcft. - i, (A, *.) that! MBHtitttlr jrtm*to.*fee beat nf £Tw *WlSatb B« «f tun ■ ssrsaaaSsEa giw; .,. i 352555© &n•swa'! I S*mh maifri a**s«** fond w «uar be r. j & «M>Swr. ■"%**-,in(T. m«al ahall W two-th X2 i^i&zastsrsX' ZZ: uHTrtuU ; W« U partiw ooti^HBnnnOTIHP m tougw ig« ^SEc^y Ml dlfccre agaln t wfwm articles of iai- iMArbmMit man <• preferred. *haH be Muapeuded from JjmaaMre*'* of tho duties wf their office during the the auspenalon of an officer, un- the Impeachment. re muu I rov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 April 1866

, . .«i~. i Trm if ——'1 wmmmmfmmmmmmm % "4 ' **' r;> "• ■< "' r 7 A ■**''. T ^ J. i ' • 1 ■' /., Hs,; K, . ■>; «. "• a*'* ■ i't . i. ... _ -Jfc-V ""i , >■ \***> " ft .lt 5 «i M (MB &*&■ ••«•*-.vitu. mm :;u >'lMi> ; ' £W*MI amn im ¥ I. W^*+t * ■'." •<..*< HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. APRtfc 13, 1866. VOL. xxxn-No. 9. ijji SHEET. WHOLE NO. mi U 7 JKV DARLING & .n:-d«« . HER HIMAN . V J! - , 'U€ HAVE THE v' - ierr /.-.f i < ■ CHEAPEST ft PRETTIEST ' W FA'N^,T'^r«(8 ( • r i • \ \ v- * i asm oo c H Y GOOD S 8. L. HOHENTHAL * CO ■t? auction 4Hp. COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREET, tuiton, Texna. WILL MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES ' ON'ALL KINDS OV AUCTION SALES BVBBY TUESDAY and THURSDAY Uecl-dtwtr°mm9nC,M '* 0#UK*' * *• Greenbacks are (tood! ' BUT SAM STERNE'S ftfi v STOCK OF SPRING GOODS S Are Still Better. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL! HOUSTON AND MIILIOAN. Sam stkbne having just returned from New York, and having purchased his SPRING STOCK at the declining prices, c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 April 1866

MISCELLANEOUS. #w*' Ml that the paper to toll that tale, and toll the of ifc W are in utter ig- desired to do the mm thing. Mo great oompuiy to ! < * A down men mar elub together to aeeue their THMifM*—- A dozen more may do the mm. Kveryeow^ might have «eW aaeociatiomCSS^^ What i wanted kr«*ome general plan of actios and intoeehange ot views by thinking men, a*d if tad^* WO doubt not j|t We wait to hear from planter* farther whether they wiih anA a meeting. CHai. Jaweatongf^W^ late of the . —-/mi mi the oom- ef noble late revolution, .^ bpight pitacain that _ guniu«t unBurpau- <HT the wwSrld, whloh the 9wMhera Stated --^Comprwing Sydney " ' f,iara, Ho<wi, galaxy *> I m aa±s now in iwtaoi terft Ufa-,; ing on t be^rtnre of PWflfc'w mmw .according- fjipili correapoadent under. H^il'thait not enough cotton 'the new waatu We give tfcean m « m- <x< yf 1#' „ thin. M the «** the best fe* onroid it will in another, brought rj8<. ttff no doa We put fe w % axions 4u ni?"' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 April 1866

' vfjrwwtjfca. -.rnwiHfw v.-. •■•fNANCKM, Ac.. PASSED BY THE LATE CONVENTION ! AW OHDIKANCH ■ beclaring ike Ontiuaooc of SecoMlou Null .im^Yuid. B« Uordalmed by tb« people of 1Yxa>, is Coovnu- tioo aaaaabled, Tut we wknowlrdev tli« •uiireauv r of Ol WHllillai of lie Usltad Hinie*. and the Uwa I >> pnntunoe thereof; aud that a it Ordinance Ortii >PM tar • tumor Conrentlon of the people of Texan lie laf dar_of Febrnaiy. A. D.. 1161, entitled "An > to Diaaolre the Cnlou between the tttot* J "or the compact a of America,'" -r-.Tr, _ 1 and void; and Uio rWkt kenurfore clAUoei bj Ike Stale of Texun to wceue/rou the Union,4a here or iliHtinutljr renouuecd. TpxaOMMM Pthov • ««u*,united nndrr t •tjrled, Conit|tutiunof the Polled Stain*of b« ud the tame U hereby declared null an > Hfht kerotofore clAUnei by the f •ode from the Union,ia hereby iliht * AH OIUMMAKCK, Declaring ike War Debt Void, and for oilier Purposes. Be It ordained br the people of the Slate of Texo* in Conr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 April 1866

■"'&#> ')• s glMlJ feafir *■«*•*.' ; $mm n.MM — HMI lijfttti <hw wiiii iiiiiii *" SB efltotftal MMi tVO DrlflL 'ifcutl—■Ufa ^SgfaagOolMm. two Mmi Mhw three r *gw. « * ««t •<«««*. ippl' Mwate^Tw^Agrflia, 186S. Wenwexwedfa^iM to Mew la*, under command of C*pt. John Lewi*^ i* u4vt rtw<*l to Imn lot New Orients au8oad y «IKt,fS4 P.M. This i* tite first trip at the H*4au to ToM Witai, uid iihe i under com- mand of old bvoritc* ot the traveling public, mU tho*e coatempl*tin« atrip to New Orleans should be on band, m tike officers are m airing preparations ftr a merry time. Tbnee wishing to seeoie state-rooms for the trip ean write to Capt. J. H. Lockhart, the Agent, who -will secure in raOraoia. A well-written article in the hat ft'i'H" on the ad* t of ecteBdtag the B. B. B. Jc C. wo* west to ftan Aatonio, is eoooeived &i tke right spirit Several article* is the Ban Antonio papers from Mr. Jmm, have been equally wsU timed. " illUf la U O A«*i ,lii la a YvuMm Is wantoat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 April 1866

t Jx * I " 1 [TH -vi li v - • i J, : -' ♦v.; THE CITY. '4 SPECIAL NOTICES. r—The splendid race more Ttxaua la w be raftled its.-. She is one of the in the coau- are held at tea do^Lsrs lean be procured ( W Mr. Newhard, the pro- fttie Boomerang, at whose it tfc* raffle is to take 'evening next, the 'M eaeh, in 40 fchla. POTATO!*. rn SACK." CORN, J nut raceitvl, aud for atle by J. P. JOUMSON * Oft, QOVl-dtWl* " 1 " rexaoa is of the finest atoek in the country, and only ten years old. > i * fortune in her for the indfridnal who -may ehauce to &W- Prom the character of the lemon under whose supervision > raffle if to go off. we are satisfied tljpt things will be fairly managed. .Hr-Cohen and Sigle on Mai* street are adding constantly to thelAaupcvior stock of gentlemen's clothing. The last steamers brought them a tremen- dous supply most suited for tiie ge- nial days of spring and iu dog days or Sumner. 'Give them a call; - ubey'U &tyou |out superbly with as little diminut...

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

. . rtvmwmttw isitwmmm. 8k: 1 read with great iatarwt your tion into Toem. In mmy potatoof vtow «te iMttqrAo* a*£ S be <f gmt * raeteee, s d eeeHtihe te- T*rrTT*T thaa Uttrodoeod kav* Mr uv™ --.!^ a?"rr ".t- !*ow ftopniy uirwctea, ao m*iy kt.'hr A. i. <MAY| n, Wsbdunakw ad J«weU«i, ^ am At dtowttoa iWpi^Ii 1 mm! omao to eater FWE 1EWELIY A FARCY GOODS, ww*m the to be promoted by tlie in | i the oonaeqaeat crop. with| i'iow price, ■supply of hp |maw if1* million i thfnisfni4 win Thin hundred and E^^2SSW25t-w- ft h. cushuto * co. AUCTION BALKS. VALUABLE LOTS III HOUSTON, AT AUCTION the rentltif we flmr million Wacnyt ratoee tt valao oftbe cropto one hundred and Thna ft low of one hundred bsUBoo*o« at once be tfce fM'-t mxmm 8bll atjpubmo auction at OaSfttarday, April 14, 1866. / . f ,to«r: to be coltfvated, tkc w- ^■of tea , ploughed "the additional oath laborers, haa-| ■oar children win condition of thoee inl ■to seek aaovt- mK*m ■rs _T fftmbmnwhasissa than in the Sonny ill, an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 April 1866

r SPECIAL NOTICES. CoxnJ THE CITY. FAT MAN ft i«wlt \r IjkXsJWl. WM. AHBENBBCK ^iOOy t !'.,V A crowd of dronkeu soldiers created aWMidemW* diBtwrbanoe 00 Main stzeei the otber evening. In- dies and decent people generally, had to give tu> the street to fcbom. One fellow frequently brandished a pistol iu the face 6t people quietly passing, and one tipae actually discharged it, without Iiowever, doing any damage. They ware not interfered with. The police of this city seem to entertain the idea that they are not permitted to havQi anything to- do with the transgretfious of soldiers. Why their officers don't restrain them we do not K ow. It is certainly no com- pliment /tp them that such Bcenes should tie permitted here without the slightest effort made to prevent tbem. "Hlftouly case before the Re- corder jesterday, was that of Mark Brown IJfcfreedmau, driver of hack No. 8. He was brought up on the charge <rf furious aiid reckless driving, endangering the safety of pedestrians. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 April 1866

Ma£ m notified that nayMftUap*. mmnder. G*a.W. B. army, ha A mb of the Dak® of N«rthumb«r- SSLifiS&i£ "• w— jifisMfawas ittar to BMdprM. ... >- p -fa fcorr « ■ Dr. E. F. Ku.viiuu.ugl), C. 8. A., died at the Saa CwtoaHotel, city of Muxieo, on the 28th ultimo. He «w ® Miaaourian.,, ,,, ^ , (i ' ■ '* «*'•<■ ^ ^ • - iw ib noncmtft, ftmukltA +Mw^ « ,f„,ii,, i /JiT^ jS«S5 <S""' Gm. >MnUi bM r«cautlj in- AUCTION SALS j .JSIGKAIldfe* itit Hf 88: J. S. * j. B. SYDNOR, atfvifejuffc'a'KW. «tr • « , FrtiUy, April II, UN, . .: . TH*** K * it * ' c " .**#♦ '> bsits*?* j ■.. M At their .£WfV . ,. p a a w f >•: ' * Banking 4 Exchange- 1*11 gf jpmmA •f IA1VUTM. Dtnetoc*—G«o. Ball. Rob't Mill*. W. P.BeWMf.r Mnilw '.*#1 ra*U : vox"- OubAd toourfri^dltoVw AN * OILB* T. .*« <£ i>Ji£ * W'VMW. tWtnV 'J YJ SALE# ROOMS, C0NGR£38 8TR£CT, - ptyu ar. ui ***** «■ iuhmi• At* /J • " 'wMtffe Ifcr-ftoVl HI'} ,«rii 8. W. SYDNOR, Auctioneer HIW1TT, IWHUB * cm. ' HAVE REMOVED TO ST. CYR'S C...

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

w f f&m ' rV '*? ;f f' .X'S |Bilwi WW-w'& \ '* j^BC^AJLl WttW 4. ' tf 4MMK WP>fct MPWwJiWk • -4*3 *■«* v.."...— unv SfcH j „ «• -i F. Oioui Hrm Lorji r A. T. McKitmr X.OUIB JPJLBaM ffirfcv? tiiti Winn RE6DLIR fRbH IN TBXA8! ;,2J x f-'*A ALLEN * HEITMANN, ; v ' IP • (Concrete Building,) COMMERCE STREET Near the Corner of Main, HOUSTON. SPRINGS, STEEL, IRON, BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS, AO. Always on hand. XS>.\ ALLEN A HEITMANN. Houbto*. March 6.I8M. dtwly f-IARRIAGKS, HARDWARE AND TRIMMINGS, BOUTON, BMITH dc*DENMAN, No. 185 (tartar Street, marto aw oai.SAXS. dtwBm SAMUEL LOCKE. ! H A R D U TL E R Y 37, S , 41 <fc 43 Peters Ht., Between Custom House and Blenvlllo Streets, NEW ORLEANS. I BON, Tin. Plate nud Sheet Iron; Tinners' Mil- chinos and Toole; Heating and Cooking Stoves ol o. 141 On Agent Cor Northern pS ^obb^, Y" ■we St can be lo Hew Orleans; Kellogg * noT< At the SAMUEL .. BTOdLJKWf. N EXCHANGE* REAL ESTATE BROKER, aTAAUD, «Ai.V TON, *< #f Jm 8*Hejr. dlj t >r...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 April 1866

r> ?*. — ~ i; afterMua had • reigned, and lore's from afcnrthLc&l bow ma In command bere. having «ui dued all the mala " rebel* " in hisde- laid siege to the heart of a of «r ner< ' Us gay uniform, and, some ui^iahia riAfaan and Ana Be this as It may. the heart maiden was carried —not by " storm, but by aar- "icht!ii,an(l per- within. The to the lady became fibeme of speculation among the their social gatherings and e, and so tlie^sleaean' — started oat, and ran thetell-tale br> the effect that the gallant son of -,t the lady to. terms of capitulation. The lady had neither great social position voommend her. bat she had what is more potent—great personal b^nty> ■SMWgssgs had a military reputation, which was ^STworia'wagged on through sum- mer sad winter, and brought the time of bird-mating and HHyB purOllMHU ill -broughthome, and itbeSTwas t^ KWeet interval .filled only by the pleasant of the wedding day. -rV for the coarse of true love; it nerer did nor would run sm...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 April 1866

miomxHQ. ^ Crockery, Glass Ware, &c HOTBLt. iiwSnSiwf BREMOND Com. Mer'is- factors. INSURANCE. ALKX. P. BTIVART. of Lebanon. Teun. of Louialana, 8TEWAHT as BROTHER, CLOTHIMH CLOTHIIGI Cll 18. 8. &TBWABT —A 1 CO. •9 TJL T XS M Si NT or TUB CfVOCXERY, AND GLASS WARE. CHINA COTTON AND TOBACCO l*1 Rotors, and Keeelring and Forwarding MORRIS* BUILDING. 1 >r?Y A-' * < fj tit "."V V<*'. WBWsiwlBMflB ■. .>• i- i, i ■ 9 * J* ■ ' VV-* (icneml Commission Morchiot*, Janso 47 ('nrandelet At.. N. O. 8 CSSfiRSfi *"*• M u" TAPANA, *. l. toupkixs late of Brown's Regiment Texas Cavalry. I). L. MtcHwar, Late yf_Terry'a Texas f A N N J 1IIHT MOM THE POTTERIES. Staffordshire. England. for rale by the package, at a small advanoc oa ooat of importation. Raugera. TOMPKINS &i MACMIJRPHY, Cotton Factors ANO General C ommis'n Merchants, KL'li.YX BliiLBING, Gatvaavoir. HOUSTON. mmm A. C. CRAWFORD, Main 8t. Houston—Strand, Galveston anSO-dtwiy) apJ-ty ALI.RN. One door above Preston. FAMI...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 April 1866

'!• V£. Bfc /" r ' i Mi otto***'* LDl Nftuco, £5«eoiUltr, w« .^Jflyeet s|W* *0 U e ouue of W5."^&^St^S iowtibe folio*. U of," by of children, commenced the HSUr v united m .od wm f. E SADDLERY AS A SPECIALTY! A.S. AMBLER & CO. Helmbold's Fluid Extract Buehu Ldrfl's of interesting, effectual in forcibly •dranoe® al- and in- in their the combined forces e iu the wanner, the and is alike cred Wad and heart of the ors and is uwd on th« Blanco school, and th to all men claim belief and of the ec*pel. "Itia is worth; 3Cbtei Kebubeld's Flold £xtraet Iteaha AStt> ■ «l% ■>') kl T . {t, -1-;i • ; , ,1 t ' . I Improved Rose Wash, sagjiffisz^ia^ssers^ I J 1 4 f . ? 9 {/. / >' j / '•] if l ie VclmtoM't FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU id odor. ■immritUtf that the chapel orned ■HHi -1 emblematical of virtue rtKigMngtiu Upon the the sacred «ym- aSfi^SUiS the wrnd '' Wisdom " inscribed, and above i v ksds, together with iral engrn- mtofva umt in- ie school is ■■I# Uiifikote, with the latest to ...

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