ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,026 items from Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,026 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 May 1865

FEDEEAL BABB&JEtlTIES IN LOU78IA1TA. A" (Con/iwueJ.) ' * >r l«o days aud nights before the evtcusMin, the to«n * guarded by tti* 113 h New Y^rk regiment. (Z>u*ve#,) who faithfully end ettlo'«ot- ly dlsohsrgtd Ihi dulr arilgned to hem. Thi-y were remove' ibo morulngo' the fire, and me polio* of the town committed to i body of cuilry. To th's circumstance Is due ihe faculty with which lb* burning of the town was carried out, and lead* to the conviction of a premedi ated design of the kind- '('he ttr« wee cominunloaied to a building on Front street, In a central part cf the town—a strong wind blowing at ibe time—and from ibe drought whleh had prevailed for some weeks, the l««i epread rapidly from building to building. At the premises af Frca ne, f w o., below the origin of the Are. and to the rear of It, men entered the yard with a tin bucket and nop, and sprinkled tha fenolng and out-building* with a mixture o' turpntiue and c >mpheoe, saying that they were 'preparing the...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 May 1865

MOOtTQM. MAY15. 18M. —«§. inae M. J0«. BATI3 W^HMMH4U df^nsngg? oTat- jm'sssa&si We ere authorised to announce CAPT. •t Gouseise for LWut. Goi B. F. *LT We arn authorised to announce Gov. J. W. BW DEMON as ^candidate for Congress >.«a the Sd DlUOi aa a caudia Oaopaaatooal Otairtct. «gS . aetborlatd la announoe Ibr re*el«cttoa to C-mgrese Uu trSh A. M. tM M aatho. .:.eJ la annawoaa A. M. GENTRY aa far •* or ftora Iki WUtrloi of Braaorta i4 Q^rilt coauita*. Waare author's d to aanonnee B A.MHIPHBRD far tka Bon* at (Leprae* itailrea from H*irU Oo Wa ara eotbnrtivl to announce Hon. JOHN T BRADY asac.iduutefor selection totbe ofBoa ol Representative ai Berru County.* ft aroanthorts d to .noounce Lteut. OoL H. P. CA YOB fM Scoter fteprneentetlve from Bracortaand i authorised to anoouaee Oolonat OVERTON UiirtWD. Wo are author! YOUSOasaevii Meet H^rda.Vo W« ara aatba ts*d t aa oanea 0«11. N. DBNJNIS, ndld-tt* Car tba tt u t • from tbo coun- ties el H«rrta. fort Baud and BrasoiU of Wh...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 May 1865

THE HOUSTON TRI-WEEKL Y TELEGRAPH. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17. 1865. Stflke, tlierp is hope , __ TbAglorious suu of up the path for t'to 1e4d yoia to Victory; Johnston, r; Lee, to a world renowifed fame; aur^ard to^vln for you the admira- all enlightened nations; hath not and ' never can, onfiouthern freemen set- It is but darkened by the clouds in the east- The fire flakes from the Texas veterans can the clouds dispel. Let every patriot call to mind the memo- ries of the. past. Let each pause at the sacred tomb of Sidney A. Johnson, Jack- son, Stewart, Morgan; at the graves of the tens of thousands ot' true patriot? who no- bly fought and poured out their life blood ty*. for the freedom of their country, and there, by their sacred ashes swear by the God of Jacob that your country shall be free. Soldiers, listen to the prayers of more --/than scveniy thousand of your fellow com- rades in the dungeons of the North, who sleep upon the naked floor and eat the ver- min of. their cells, ...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 May 1865

+"•■**«> MMMMM N. MAY 16, lMft. |OVIS« fUllliVI jM-WteMyaadWeesay VHWHI^ . I* ndo( IIm Kan Mb zaaxssz. itmTSJSTS'ffl ^■■to omr ■and not "UI1 will b« charged Mlltriiat than ftmuu \ vlndl ft rendered aee MT}>7 frsz&rssx ittfc aad wbtn desired vUl f«l MM OM llll r msftra* feretneoentrv. vlU VIM lair thslr Nl- paporewlll be ■KENTON HAN- ■from tbe antrtct •Ad WalkerHRI J. 0. BBAROY M • ■of Montgomery. in tbts eity play hob in H we alncerely y«MHi threats; and koind/ihould Hons of • that owe •xoeptioiu nfiantiii portico of •wlossnoss Mltoholl', of Co. A, Satoo* toglment, BOW tillml « WiigriMW boo* detailed Iw tVMtj dajw, lojBato Colorado coum- tLk| loft for thoai at Celombna or Allay ton will bo thutkfullj notirtd. Got. Morrah arrived in town yeaterday. Bo fa ftally alive to the emergencies of the times. He refolds the citizen* and soldiers aa one and tbesame. He will protect them all in any action ho may or can take, so far utehaatbe power. Be appeals to the gc sense and the pa...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 May 1865

|G4. prt. |;,v pd, vv ffU at onM forcibly entered Md robbed of every article, aaf the own, wlodow*, Iron ah* its. shsivss. etc, broken to a thousand fragsssnts. I wai on front street tnd mt thece ccenea i officers •f nil grade* were present, and took apart In it; and did their chare of the plaoderlof. Private honicc were entered in like manner, aad robbed and docceralad In the most infamon* Manner. A Captain Direct, of flcn. Kowcr'c division, walk- ed la ■lpremlMC with two prWatec, and acted wewtbelr part. The Captain dole my gun and a •mail piecc of earpetlng ; hli two men all the tgga they eenld find, and a cllrer watch from my ««r- vant boy George. Nearly all the poultry of the place wac taken •*% by the marine*, and nearly In every Instance an r offloer with sword belted on was pressnt, and gave the orders, lsaw several trips made with loans of chlektns, &c, on board the Black Hawk, the fltf- sblp of Admiral Porter. (Concluded on first Page.) For the Telegraph. LOVB AND WAR ...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 May 1865

Wa are all rif U yet. We shall continue •11 right so longs* we continue all one. <Hl . ScaUh wWthis Chief of Staff, Gen, r, an atiXtto the situation. Got. man aa live*, and represents us. Got. ej General of tbc are here. Many of the the Stjte, and the De t in consultation Shrevepoit, and to the telegraph _ as ve know, in bar- for the veiy best re- ^clroumrtjnoea.^ la ssoetly unofficial, |j|kM oonsent. It is an, ihterost, and at t« b« heard if they ooDlinue'for a month, to all those who can see the move- i now pasaiog, and l their doty may prompt, |hpM points Bow. eonneededia the defence ,asd all we hold dear. If i all know it the bettor by We may all hate 4UMr jdatiot *- to perform for whioh j^lhonld be pNpnred by no sudden im- pulse. Corns along to the main points &li|l© the march of event*, n ■ mrnrnm ss steeV m are etMi uoliils el bo« - All are, H^gy desire to. It WtWOTlld wish to be wh ment of the MAAe-part in rnr (dlbe . n .hbi m •f the TissfrHlMli- Joe. Yerty, of the Ra...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 May 1865

e> A - 4 THE HOUSTOJS TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ««? : l|l>i), ilt" VOL.—XXXI NO. 24. H0U8T0N, FRIDAY, MAY 19. 1865, WHOLE NO. 3911 VKXU northers. Houston, 6th May, 1865. Editor T«lio*aph—Sir : I have pe- rused the eommunloation in this day's issue of your Telegraph entitled "Contributions to Climatology" by Col. C. G. Forshey, with an interest that an antioipated reply 0 some remarks which, in the oause of seienoe and with referenoe to the Colonel's ^'hypothesis'* of a "plunge or cataract," 1 deemed it right to offer, oould not fail to •zoite. But I hare done so under the in- fluence of two antagonist io feelings—the one of gratification, that a professing vota- ry in soientifio pursuits oould so fully avouch for the truthfulness of some of the Meteorological views which I have endeav- ored to present to your readers for their oandid consideration—but the other, one of disappointment, that there should have been so entire and complete an avoidance of all allusion to the plaoe, loca...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 May 1865

iiMb'"*- M- *1 wm chair, and B. B/\miaau,^. C.FIlee, Cap*. J. Smith* OoL Hawklue.Dr. nd George Lewis, to draft oftbeeenaeof the wnrUw tinea, the tetiraneat of i shall beeeeurel The van pnanM ul ef the disasters wUefa haw lid* of the Muiuippi, tad t our part. a ml army la aad ether >, with encot so nobly larlsf (halt tree- t Totlwe oflferiags upon 4he altar of tlwir eooatrj, leeanees of ear cause, and with a laatOod i to ourselves we hareeo rea- with a fata which awaits us, er property aor UveeafSTal. bath with our aaered haaar, to oar seen to ha called upon to meet the on our awn aoO, oar motto shall be—" flfkt it out." lived, That in oaie 6f an inraslou, that we are wil- to abide by any policy that the military authorities 'tee proper to adopt) even to the devastation of our Jived, That the Governor be raqawtid to convene — , for the purpose of putti*ff a portion of the ived, That the Houston papers ba requested to pub- i of tbia meeting. ^ ! imittae waa appointed from among the...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 May 1865

>' S- MBBXAL BAXBOmXt or L0U1IAMA. # (Concluded.) la less ttn flftee* bIiiIm arter the irrinl tod landing at the wharf, at Bwbtl'i warehouss, of the Black Hack, Um entire erav marched to Ik* wamhoaM, broke down ihe door*, atyl rolled oat the eolion Ik Um etr«ets,and at oaoo markod IIC. 8. on on* end, and U 8. N.on theothsr I! Admi- ral P. Porter I aaw present, acd looking oa with apparent glee, in tba« gettlsg the start o' Bank*. They overhauled every yard, back house. bar a, ate.. In the town, In eeareh or eotton and (agar, and without ceremony had it taken aboard their gaaboati and their tender*. I taw a com- missioned offlo«r of the navy with two ma- rinn, la broad daylight, walk Into the private reddens* of Mr*. Caleb Taylor, on *eooad> tract, take the dock down from the man le- piece, wr p it ap la a quilt on the bad, and than take both off aboard their gunboat, lying an- chored oat In the rlrer opposite the street where the pontoon bridge 1*. These men started ex pressly...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 May 1865

K eomuad, and tkiaNhnnHii nponty fUiwt and most boMtifnl of Houston's laughters, , lajuro Homton 1 Preposterous! Too Mwh gratitude ■ la their noble bosoms to injure their boat and aoat rUMnd friends. ■ Friendly papers please eopjr. Respectfully jroure, ' THOB. OASTLETON. f P. 8. Wo eall upon our oitisaaa aaaw, to aid us by landing vegetables and other table oomforta. Thaaka jga duo for aaaj anob favor*. Every bunoh of vegeta- i will bo grata folly received and enjoyed bj the aol- d(ar gaaala. I. C. T«Um PreeMeatef ifta Confederate Stalest 8 : The diaaatora to oar cease which have so rapidly aaoooodod aaoh other daring the laatfew moatha, are highly oaloolatad to oppress yoar patriot heart, and plaoe there a weight bard indeed to be borne. Believing thia, wo would, aa a people, bo wanting in every magnan- imona impulse and grateful emotion.to unmoved aee thee, who art bat the exponent of oar own view*, prefigured before the gaping world in aorrow, auggeatfve of Getbae- mane, without ...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 May 1865

< ♦ 4 THE HOUSTOJS TRI-WE VOL.—XXXI v >. 25. IEL.EGRAPH. HOUSTON, MONDAY, MAY 22, 1865, WHOLE NO. 3913 Proa the Marshall Btpui. - n. The Mltunt'.on—the Crisis and oar Datr The intelligence which we publish this week is of a painful charaoter. Gr uped togettm-will he found aooounts of d'- is ters whieb have reached us day afr' r <1 y, cu'minating in the capitulation or di-- . ,U ment of all the organised Confeikrae armies East of the Mississippi river, uuJ the flight of our noble President and the offioer's of the Confederate Government Qen. Joseph E. Johnston, in whom the hearts and hopes of the Confederacy cen- tered, it is stated, surrendered with only 27,400 men. It seems that these troops had been without feod for forty-eight hours. Hemmed in between two over- whelming armies, and cut off from all rc- sources, nothing was left but to surrender, Immediately following this unwelcome news, we lemn that Col. Spragueand Maj. Bundy, of the Federal army, arrived in Sbreveport ...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 May 1865

Iri-W*eMg®*legraph *. m. HOUSTON. MAY 22. IMS. HI ■•OfTOI T>L1«BAPH b irtMM Mr;W>VMkVn<WNkl|. i at ilmliilM i IK. itlons dtoeoaUnaod it M wd of tho anH wyctel inmiainU oro Biodo Mcnrawi IX.19 ... sm. ie JOc —M atawnnu- HM. ..M^HIOCW.. JSC I a tu want. JOe.fer Mch hMMtton win bo loMtted • let* chirc* ssss-X-rsaswas ES&* l^rbU" «tU M cluun* Win bo pnbll«h'd for $25; tu D«tlf ow wtvertlweHOte dslly. h wawntMtlM Will *• paWtoboS >■ *«• r,except itttoM^MOlUw odUor, u4 Umb HywwT? r-KMMto* ■« f *elefe ee w •oapulMUi koewBtothe iWm. OoMMlwhMSeels—4 MM nmI or polUleel Intereelo of lodlndMta, *11 iWturtii ui marriage notloM, w A*1®*) •attorn of ehuraeter. sot mderod sot mij by Mtmo pabllMikmt la U* ot fele paper, etc., will bo pobltohed ooljr m edvor- Oorrasp—denoe OMbroolof •oliellM froM all polnu,and b « deefareS will *#0orrw|K*4oal> fill write om bat ono ride of ^VTuku en eepeetei hwr d t all pewoee re- eolvto, papers lm.ua two Boatte old. om of Ike M&Uelppl. or frt ...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 May 1865

A thought of such buse ond iuf.tuii.u4 Mih- DlitSIOQ. Shou'd wr willully throw down au or- ganiz<d govcrnmeut, disband our still V powerful armies, and invite all these fear- ful consequences u|>ou our country, we would live to have our children curse our pray hairs for fastening our dishonor upon them. I trust and helieve that there will bo lit- tle difference cf opiniou in North Carolina as to the propriety of continued resistance. The great argument which will be brought forward to (hake your honor and intended to incite you to despair, will be that success- ful resistance is no longer possible. Some will tell you that we are already subdued ; that the enemy outnumber us; that our fighting men are all 6lain ; our re- sources all exhausted, and we might as well submit now? This, my countrymen, is ^ false, and as frequently proceeds from a craven or traitorious as from an honest but mistaken spirit. Great a3 our calamities have been, straitened as we are for all sup- plies, b...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 May 1865

Sri-Wttklg Helegtapb H 0U8T0N, MAY , 1965. Aiaouiomm. ftw wtto"H4 to MMIM Ooi. JOB. BATES We • authorised to MMW Col. QBOKOB W. OMTU fcr fliTww ofiki Bute. W ere authorised toUMMN MB. flBI.ll. D. ■OTOE, m a CundMst* for Boveruor at lb# election in Augtut MH «pU Ml** We authorised to a oo fice COL. EDWARD . QLABK h a ratwlldaf tor Governor < t Tnu, r tha Silo" to iuwt ml. tnct.a t«Ua* t*Jr# «r« ntktrlH4 to announce COL. ABHBBL WITH a • candidate for Governor.' Wa are authorised tn annoon •« CAPT. B. f. FLY •t 0* at'aa for LHut. Governor. We s entbor'sad to anrouneefGov. J. *. HBM> DBR1KM aa a • andidate (or Congress from the M Otsgrs ill rat Ptetrict. Wa are autbo ls d to aonouaee Hoe. A. M. BR A NO II for re-eWcUoo to Owtrwi from tbe ad Ototrtor. Wa «* authorised to announce A. M. (JKSTRY aa ae*"dM to for Henator (run tbe District uf Brasorla ffo't Band aad llarrla coomlaa. Wa are anikar'a d to announce B. A. HHBPHB BP for tbe Hm« of BepreaetaUve* I. am Iterrta C.< Wa «ve a...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 May 1865

THE HOUSTOJN TRIWEEKLY TKJLUCL VOL.—XX.XI NO 26. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1865, WHOLE NO. 3913 < h. - . j From the K.Y. World. I'M, E C."-0. 91. U Immense Travel to the Land of Tarantulas. Vive la Republique Mezicaine.—-MaximU- ian to be given Immediate Notice to Quit. Scenes at Enrolling Offices.—Full De- tails of the Inspection and Progress of the Whole Affair.—Mexico as El Dorado.— Formation of Emigration Societies m all the Principal Cities.—"Neutrality" for Johnny Crapeau.-Gen. Bosecrans said to Intend to Emigrate with 25,000 men.— Gen. Ortega at Work.— Attractions in Mining Lands and Pretty Senoritas.— SfC„ Sfc., Sr- Public internet in regard to the various Mexican emigration schemes that have re- cently bee u Drought to 1 tfht, seems in- creasing in * most wjndfiful manner ev- ery day. The war having passed from our own states, aud history being, it is said, a continuous record of wars, people no soou- er find one fiui-hed than they survey the htfrizon anxiously, to sea...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 May 1865

'?■« ^{jMfnqjl' & t ovmac. Kditor nu yr—mm. HOUSTON, MAY 84, 1968. Ill H0UST01 TKLKOBAPB D*Byk"Trt-W kly md Weakly. (mm at HakMrtpttoai ■ ; >■■ .! m. SM. • m. IT. fcdftrrdfl Waattr iuo M. Ji. 3 « AJlMtealptloM dlaorailnuad at tta Md of tha fip sM#r. sataaawpedial itrmiwnta in nude ■w • V' Tmu mf AiTWtMM < 'ft ic. iv. in. ,.10e.....J0c ....42.. f f K m tn nu-THiT: tOr. at m mit, .10c.for each Insertion wlllka taaarte* lew chart* K'iavjasn'a: sM'j'aqiiss-'s.f5?! it* "llll forbid" wtU b* charged lOT mWtoofflo** willbatrabM ^'d W wnf'T"- will ba MklbM te W« MMT^U tfca option of tfe editor, and than Utfktsk rMpooaibl* iwtar ralacsnea m- " ilea H« kwwi lo tki edUor. UtoktlOB* designed to ftdVMM the por- polltleal Interests of indtvMeala, all l tad asanrtaga aatloec, p*r*o \ vlndt ■MM af eharaoMr, not rendered set jterjr by Svm* pnbllaationi In tha reading OMpEne of tkl* paper, etc., will ba published only asadvsr- cSoMpoidon** embracing Intonating m i wBUy tun all point*, and wh...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 May 1865

Lobs vt Hearing In Advanced Age Very nuriy eldetly people gradually lose their hearing as iliey advance in life. They mostly •attribute this to catching cold, aud they stuff their ears with greasy wool, and bung'e up their heads for fear of catching mi re cold, until they are as deaf as a stone. In old age, deafness is believed some- times to arise from obstruction of toe eu- stachian tubes, which communicate from the fauces to the internal ear behind the tympanum. This obstruction is generally produced by inspissated mucus, and m y V often be relieved by gargling frt quently with pretty strong steeled ley, ar.d having recourse to the simple action ot shutting the mouth and of closing the nostrils by pinching them together with the finger and thumb, and then by forcible endeavors I to press the brea'h through the nose, air will pass into the internal ear through the eustachian tubes, condensing that air which exists behind the tympanum, which the patient will himself be sensible of....

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 May 1865

y , HOUSTON. MAYIU. 1866. AimOTOOAMJUrii. Vi ere authorised to announce Got. JOB. BATB8 telwwt. _ We are eetbortaed l««noUN CoL QBOBOH W. Oitni for Governor of the auto. Wo ere entborleed to iMmtN BRIO. OIK. M. D. ■OTOE. > • candidate for Governor at Ik* election Id illM MXt. * apl4 Mc* I NttortMd to annonneo COL. EDWARD •a a candidate fur Governor of mat, r the to Auott next. aeUI twMe* 'a ra aalksrlH to ennonnee OOL. A8HBEL a • candidate for Governor. We ere authorised to announce CAPT. B. F. *LY olGo itka fjr Mm!. Governor- . k i author'aed to anoounca Oov. J. W. BIN. aa a candidate for Ooagraaa from tha Id ■ a' Dsnici. claVk Sfostlo I ■S« dp Mitio ta d to a>'noanea Hoa. A. M. for re-ekctlon lo Oatima from the Id Wa an authorised to announce A. M. GENTRY aa IliadU*!* for trustor hom tha iMslrtot of Uraturia fort Beat end ilurrV con >tl«*. ~ Wa an author's d toannou.ce B. A.HBBPIIBKD for tha Hon to of Eeprase laHvat Iron Harria 0 • . Wa ara authorised to annonneo Hon. JOU...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 May 1865

THii HOUSTOJN TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL.—XXXI NO. 27. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, MAY 26, IS65, WHOLE NO. 3914 For cb'i Tel graph. The r'« Wire. BI 1MAH B *00 A*. Th« g owli g tha'iows >t ilia tvenlng creep Witu I. zy 1. u-uti'ut r. now the ilUWnt Went. An 1 itruwuy > «>ure ili.kr to early leei>, Wbllc l u«eMng r,uiibe..iu gild the mountain cre t. Qr<*y.eyea iwetgiit trip, moug >'D htg'i W.IU l'VloKilug iem> upon uer peer'.y orowi j Anil the fuli iuo.ii r>au u.ion tac eastern sky, Like hi orlsit queen up it iu-r coach of .own. In a iO' f j cittaKo, by a ail- ut woid, Toe Duld er'o wife, ultti o tic npjn her k'lte, Sita in ttie lnDflluvaa oi wi'Mwbood, Aim k -g ouv upon the u>oon lit net. 8h« drei.m of war. The til. o vuga'ieu ueal Ij the n ick ut bitt'e, auU ttie wool', pu.o r«y Uuiia every llpl t wlili t e sueer of - teel. • • * e The nlrflit.iiawk* '.iInk. • in> top1 yi'o -oh'tun Uuui Llkj <11 tie<> fiiil upon wtr Du ilea ei.r. Art i l«- h>ii h nil, -...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 May 1865

, /> 4 iri-JHtofelgijUgtaph ' E'B. ovmst. Cdltor aiU Prwrwtor w# 5 ,!.*'rS§'l 2ji HOUSTON, MAY 85, 1MB. ISX HOUffOS TXLBftBAFH to f blMud Ptf^Trt-W-fcly —a W-fcft. V*m •< HakMrtftiMi jib u>. ait. i v. . :zS~j| II ,,,<«.. 4 ■ttnowl it Um cod of lk« ulMmpidil imDinmti m ®#d# in HMBIIHI spSnstuiM UMcaotarr. Vim «C AlTwttalHi n tu Mav in nu-wnui. If. iv. 1m. In. • *. ...10a....j0e 44. M n tu rai-wnsxv. Ht If*** —10r—JI«-...4 ^...*.... 91 ill na mm. ■10c. for web tSMrtton vlutm toMrtad at*taMdurc* is •rdared hi this paper. wtthont ih« mdtoi will ba poblUhed ta the tlMBeou "till forbW* wlH M charttd for public offloM wlQ ba publlnVd ... 'aak&iP'i Wi-tkljr for $36; lo Dally ■, 111, and la Weekly alone. $10. laatlaa vtU be published la tfct* papar.exoepl at tha option of too editor, and than aiifkni raipoaalbla nana ar rafarenaa aa- aaapaataelUkoawa lothe editor. Oawnnnloatloaa dartgnad to adranea tha per- aaMl or polltlaal IntaroeU of lodlvtduli, all ahMaartaa and aurrlaca ...

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