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

*x xx ... ;(*■ <j&yto*u> i^wM*#nw. 01,4 ....... fcWA&f pfi ' •4.t ^ *vfifl " " VOL. XXXH- NO. 10. HOUSTON, TEXAS, MONDAY, APBIL 16, 1866.—QUADRUPLE SHEET. WHOLBNO. DARLING ,v:o; siot i it %i i. $ < ' • I . . ,!/ ! .'.•/• \. ,t.Ml *>.- • f* ^ \„rk nm , : I. i Kr ! ■'/ ' : ..i . Ci<' MERRIMAK 8. L. MHI1U1 * Cf. 'AUO.flOcN : :. ■w - - AW®--* •-•r-T •••!"*■* i .isv* COMMISSION MERCHANTS main street. • \ , ' i ■ . "i ii T>* . i'i. BoiMtoa, T«x s.' WILL MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES >«j. 1 mH. f.•:!' t • -• • ON AUl KINDS or aaxr)AOSA.x«rx>iaB. AUCTION^ SALES I Written for the Sunday T«le*r h.J Inez De Las Sierras. KIIOMTHE FRENCH OK CHARI.EH NODIElt BY TBXANNA. ' And •aid Anastas, " Will KVBRY Hi TUESDAY and THURSDAY Commencing at IU o'cloea, A. M. deol-dtwtf I'nresorred Sales! 6. L. HOHENTHAL & CO. Will ml! nt THEIR AUCTION ROOMS. n Mala Blr.'t-t. HAVE THE ♦. i- *j i CHEAPEST I PRETTIEST ON TUESDAY A WD THtJKMDAY. APRIL itTIf AND IIITU, XS<jo. TUB LAIROJSS...

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

• baa- otber poipMM, and to make - ■ • • - ' ~tlnjjhet 3* l cent aw ■ tihofi i tlie profession, one vrbo PO- -iMH iwv wie- t of bow® MMSP- ]tm now be- lt* <&e privil«g« of *{ "V? ^ # k> _ est, we kxww ipry^#. i makeit $&e tatljr o*J«Nr days and. the subject of his fcw« l * > If WP?I5!F«l*EP? J lieve all he ruin will efU- talnly follow the election of this; tlsat or the oti««r eiodldatc! H^w h6te*a fed that the safety of the coautry rwte uponliifcown should! Witls what facility ean he se«; a crista and how important can he regard itf Hem the elowot scrutiny of the pMt or present on that subject. There are men in thk State who can aay that •neh things have baeu attempted, btato Pip ■years has been an^. KW^.^ never bid' iteelf away/Snot; baa * * ' failed to be ,,Jjjffil&.TOfte bi^a oo^me teali.tWs period %. it has had Wtten Inutilities to ah-, counter. and it baa alwsy* met those hostilities openly attd i^e Wl.' jUMeal.^oiM8' ijUadeial tboi«^on- tosts have aitenrar...

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

<1 :,'wt .'#**** v iU«r« fk f I -4 I .r*"1*",. i>r Iiimt.1 ,umiwj-: **• ** «««nwfawaHiea o!-* * •■«,■ i" ' i? Letter from (juleu Nahe ,, .1 ST. AIAKT'm Ptlmi, L . i \1 . , , A|inl 41^ IMO. . J ' h|iecuU bm*poudeuoM of tltu Hounton Tvlrgraph. i |OW uiodeHt curroepondeut left Sfuumeilieikl iu DaUttcouaty. before the jaiutr account., poetry, of which .vou bad a copy iu out- hint letter, had been read by a diacmuiuutiug public. We pm8iu«l onr wautfrrings ''o'er thehilUand far away"<iuto PerrrV1 county, and, Mr. Editor.. wlilat hills! Little mouutaiua of Hand and rod clay, clothed froui top to bottom with pine, ohexuut and cheoquopeu,'. over aud through which the narrow! road went wiudiug iu .devious circuit* through the, toughest of red mud, the deepest of loose sand, and the tuiry- est of Hwampy bottom-^with hero and there a bit of cordniY>y of loose poles, that begot a motion that; would put to shame the roughest hog-wallow in all Texas.'1 ■ -™" . 1 Occasionally we came to...

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

V" r,\ .., SgSXZiSRXSEZ ia fcllnw XoUota, tfar** Jg Meant-«*rw - •Wmt Dailr or that Mr. John Wwlt rnitmytlnii^ military biog Jackson, The MP# isvOmtar being somewhaibald in aMmmt, direct and brief in des- «lh)B 9 t and unencumbered with Thttuirical ornaments. Mr. Cooke ha# •*ak given us such a sketch of the im- ■mrtartfcaroaawe hope sometime to ' ' j*t accurate, glowing and bringing oat ia lifo- grxod noble outline, the of the late contest, pie K^ht which coming upon him, and with sm* ; and the wh * highly mtfirffectery. The frntoagfeftr to b* collected with «e wt forth in ta^natiual Stonewall Jackson (who win ever lo cail him -Tbotnas Jonathan in of Stenewaflt?) was Unknown the war opened; he grew to wholly upon the battle critical excitement, the shock of arms unfolded hit a tempest blows ont the B | the powers &HM biased oat in middle tyfe tffittHri &ndamoulder- an earlier day, and _ _ been able deeper Into the ground- to famish a of the.bents and infln- Ui mul warty maaf...

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

fgf QrUmn* t). H P TO aatL Ol tOBSDAT, APRIL IT, jk<*wVT ^THE CITY. ^-Tbwik* to Bryant for the New f, t -i—iThe aodng at jerkin'* Tke^- > tww Tiawcbiy m tame aod chilly '* in comparison at what was done on : if- friday nteht And thiawasnGtaltogeth- J , through tlie superior merit of the w>. Tnfnswar* marked improve- jnt in pyejy respect; ao much so as Bates in the character or " Elmore " in the play of /■i one. Mrs. Margaret piay of u Love's Sac- j'1 loft no margin for criticism. .Mr. Bates in the next principal char- acter did well, much liotter than in " Arm and." We were mnch surprised to see. Mr. Tannehill, an actor of evident merit, v confined to so subordinate a character , j( as " St Loo," while Oliver Wren ap- v-peared as '• Eugene de Lorme." Mr. . Wren is good in comedy—sticking to • that he will excel. Out of it he is out of his element and below mediocrity. Mr. Tannehill did "St. Loo " well;— we believe he would have done "de Lorme" better. We would like to see t...

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

mm 3 WfiWI 4B d A i 1>in' -gWkw TM£tfSM #***; *«<* . taod. Along the md to Saa Ante- * **S5S33TS^ «£? •'' :•■£•& nSdDo mw rain far •* laart a month. Tha prospect aeneiafly was MTPW bettor for oorn and anal r1fei2liSdS5f uaodXy while the latter looks very healthy and dve abundant evidence of a large J ML . ± r , 11 thii ^ts Bii«n nays AUCTION & COMMISSION ri 4 * f « *f&?!<fl u"<i* - n<r>HHflfilJgj|EMi <v > MBBOHANT8, ' * .' ."• ; '; • ' , ,. ;oo- * .. Kco^akucfx rv- •■^■'VnOIP COIiaaHS, W.JwPOUftTON, • m-.i«V/ <.,r . Btraad St., GWVteton. §f£"' i j$& atoms. On Thursday withia foar foot , and it waa generally he- would he an overflow. '" fcll- t relief of the tMtaa ' i ve never aeen the ^Jgi 3S9T7 '"" came floating down. the Navauota were overflown, by the back watar of the Brawns which damaged the plantation of Mr. ■ Sawyer- ./' ." JstiSXjjSSSSJSS, hrtmr aim out immttabla, exempt to tooted above the m the aide walka '• ■ s fH we have had a d...

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

m ■mm-.... " CuiuiUe" acted Thursday % play though we au- ffl at scope night \veiy \ olt«' At 'is u®* a pW wnickr^i) oar opinion—though we ad- mit thV^ntlito respect we dfflfer from •H % -71 P'% 'mt a g*eat many—allows any great scope for the exhibition of extraordinary talent, but what it doe* tilled. The character of " Cawinc'; is tho only one in the P*****'*8 P**™; ularly striking, and Mrs. Bates did it full 'justice. W6 haw s&n several of the best actress j* tftMRMWtrv in the same part, but we cannot recollect one who went through it with more power than^this lady. She enters fully sustains' wHrto'rfie Oun. Mi's. BatoR^e but one fui^ as an actress wt^'h wo have yet been, able to deteoc: /Her voice, though gene- rally extremely mellifluous and ex- pressing well the feeling which she ainy to represent, is sometimes lack- ing*in compass and power; but this is considered among ubtors an obsta- cle. of small difficulty to overcome. Her action, if not perfect, approaches that stan...

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

REAL E8TATE. <Ohf mwr BrlSiS&Sxbi •dMI • man pw- ' 'J&srb coold fell®* the tin oi the met ^SwToeder 0* cobweb., to where round, up to the charming iaimjui iwifc whifih one ftipb breilhe S^&JSSSSa of love!" •FoUowcw, Buuster*! follow mo!" <ded ftwrtrals, who bad preceded na * "Behold. saloon after £eedn^Sgwt the damp ' ~m iJ a lodging worthy lieutenant! The ■■Kjloved hi* ease, , tss&sswx Wmm, barrack-room!" This Semes* room, was, in fact,' in better prewrvation than any otli- ^ttte building we had seen. ■■IRfi0) ^tr portion, ted escaped ''ttafeB- oral decay ^ the castle. Its emboss- ed leather nhsgings, and antique had auia^gnftble air of * sUkwM* Bontrais, reseating try is good, but with fires for a over u . A round ill com at it without •ion. It vw nvMtmy to make inanv to provide ourselves with bring in our pr#viwkrtia, and MUBd. Even thp rags of Hasca- troup weto not damaged,though it now lighted Ve, shone' ions lust re ,aml fresh - they were usually in- scen...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 April 1866

i j;i*ttmi0i *. * ■ Jtmnifu.- ■•' 3. ((•:• i nor cv into the God hath BM.'KHUlWl^ :o«te t * not wen entered ngs which for {the ui that love MArttt «ifV# Mr 6*1-- " jU* ■ ** fW tJbecB tb t hrro him." If we love oar M^PBtne.baaetaotor, we keep his 'eoaunaAdkents, and rejoice in hi* dispensations—we love to dwell uponhis.exe«Uencie« j to rtyokie that he tMlfefvM as a Gomforter^—even the Bpmt of Troth; and are ready in the darkest moment to exclaim: Oh! Lord, thou hast bpeu onr dwelling- place in all afenerations) Love is thi sacred link that binds us to earth, the glimmering sfar that points us to that abode where discord is unknown. In contemplation of thiij holy sentiment of the Imumu heart, even in the subtile chains that bind lid, first unconsciously'and involunta- rily, then exclusively, even madly, to a chosen one of time and sense, we are living witnesses of the positive declaration, that " From 'the abund- ance of the heart the mouth speak- eth." Of that beloved one we love to ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 April 1866

rfflji we ahbexbeck ft co KALUSM H<m||HII Ttrn ttSR-HW6- TOMPKINS fc MACMCBPHY, Cotton Factors SAMUEL BOTCH D1I18, mr«. tfttrm. EXC3AME & REAL ESTATE BROKER, muAauTimi. Cottage ul la tk« bulMH poT BlTirtminrtiniin H.cT.0. Mil* wm ■°^5L^too m vu BIT d that, with *>y wife, two FWtHB UKDEBSKunU) OPTS* THKIR UBYI [1 auuu PCBCHA8MG AUKMTB to Ottgj ul uitr af the Chamh, aid to aat all other pwMwWl a lad It far their M"i< nr inii aiiaim lu imiiiuj itrm Hot wUl fnhM B1BLSB AMD PRAYKM ! * > HHP AT 8CMOOL AMI) PARISH LIBRA! —bith B**h M >; atoo. CH wisiww*_rogTB^QPMMC^s MSTH c^j yibtmkim, let., fcc. TWtwiU ihijwnhiii ur article or articles id N. A. PADGETT fc CO., wholesale grocers, COTTON PACTOBS AMD *00. ■Han not aa will arise bum thelr^^H |™ Ma parrhase* We low the average retail! ■Hkixlm la receive attention mart beH panied by remiuaaora. Whea oaoertaiutj fiuu aa to price*. It wtll he well to send KKOOQH. Any mil BAGBY & BAKER. Cotton and Wool Factors, of October, w...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 April 1866

F IN8UB1BCE. -A 1 CO.- pati; or tu «KT 5^ IT CLOTsme. CLOTH IN GT CLOTHMG! A.' TAPANA,/ ■^oojporated i8*9* January Int. I860. Cash Assets, - $4,067,455.80 Liabilities, - - - 244,301.43 Net Assets, - - 3,823,064.37 THIS VETERAN IF 16,000 FIRES STILL HARD AT WORK! Uy an oWdfiit organisation of IMS peaetlcal Under- writers, from Xova Scotia to California, and UAe Superior, Mexico and the Gulf, harmonising the lenco of average with compensating rates to the a<i vancemeut. of tho public welfare. KI.ATTKIUNG TBSTlMONIALx Of Tub jEtna Insurance Company ! FROM THE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT Of Tiih STATE OF N1SW YORK. THE INSURANCE COMMISSIONER TO TIIK LEGISLATURE: " Tho .'Kl11 ti Inxurnncu Company, of Hartford, one ot the most Kucceiwful Fire Insurance Companies of thie or any other country." « * « ft • « • "Connecticut. Companies follow the rules and pmc tlcesof tlin jstua almost jut carefully us if they were embodied iu statute lniw" Again, pointluir to tlie errors of practicc in S*. York C...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 April 1866

MS f I M M and "ner- , united to a ... m audti", > oowex to carry bis plana iato ef- C wiU ^^de°e&£te2 Ktf to «ome extant, from to aeek <wr demand and ; afar, •while awarding to Mr. izwssssx&ssst; ^^fcssswxrg; almoirt' anHmlwa «*«« <*^^sttUewt! upon the labor and exer- gi oae individual alone, to orfgl- OT maintain the movement of H.UWftTiS: Start# most be aeeonded and approv- "tisg&russissjs1 . W tlmthejW bo WbMto allow whenever he meets them, that they are authorized and warranted ; interests and eominu- UHt organize agaociftClonn res for the Introduction ( labor, through flMfcftttf' i# demon- results and commen- , W every dAy-Wttfdeot in ordinary buslnaw or profeMlonal (W|iVis,U^. their pecuniary, ire that one individual uc- llv in any great, and extended i because it is seldom that Nvithip lmn«cli. Jthe elmeut* and capaci- ties, mental andpbyrical, essential ta«ncce89. Hence the necessity of bu .ml daaafintioiL every person 1& procuring anything desired—...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 April 1866

BR MOBBIS' BUILDING. ,0 3 i> iWUKH3!.S," XAXN STRBXT. OC'C I .diO I U+C:Jri nfv " HOUSTON. t . WHOLESALE ic RETAIL Dealers in FAMILY GROCERIES AND CONFECTIONERY. W 1 E HAVE JUST RECEIVED VitOM BOSTON : BRENT *i CO.'S Cans or Water Crackers. " Sod* •• " Orator " Lemon " " Plcnlo " " Butter " LOUIS & BROTHERS Ke*s of Stuffed Peppers. Nonparlel Uapers, Tomato Ketchup, London Olnb Sauce, Walnut Ketchup, Pepper Jtauco, Worcestershire Sauce. Cumberland Sauce, French Mustard. Enclluh Mustard, American Mustard. ' Kttracts Vanilla. " Lemon. " ItOKb, " Celery, ' Almond. Oysters—1 and t tb. can*. Lobsters— •' Salmon— ■' Clams— " Peaches— •• Pears— >• Cherries— '• Pino Apples— " Corn— •> Lima Beans— " Peaa— " String Beans— " Tomatoes— MRS. VITCH'8 Home Made Preservea—in itlnas, Home Madu Sweet Pickles— " Condensed Milk, White Uround Pepper, Black Ground Pepper, Ground Cinnamon, Qiound Otnger, Ground Cloves, Ground Alaplce. Stick Cinnamon, Sweet Oil, Kerosene Oil, P. * M, Yeast Powd...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 April 1866

,i' TELE0BAPH :iTT CHU l*r rl bly toea. If M Ho. miwiUw or fairitr W&rs m tr-WeoWr Twubobafh, for ^ w*cli- sideMble rega- s o«h given to , I <6oqW d i^J«U(ttoe to y iurato BuppreM the Beiua- «n to risaeeutlMiweeption of eooh tac- «Maive BBiniwr. It is eerUialy t too# complete w*-p p«r. Religion literature, politic®, commerse, agri for5*«i sod local newd-each and all receive attention, and iwimlra- Weattcaiioji, too! Indeed, 3 know f no other paper in the State that ' } a* aumy to i i, upmi r to me, at least, i to look ' little ancient.— l I feret pat foot in Houston, in Jgg7, it vtw an "Imtitution," and l «acd to watch ito weekly advent with i interest for news from "the S Since then it1 has passed many viciwdtsdea, about you know, of course, mora ildo. I, tod, have hod my trials, stood them as well as for while I have paper is * just enter- rod manhood. Coug tite vigor. corroapondenta from of the State, I Northern Texas, this I mean from the sad near Red River, the greater p...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 April 1866

■v - h yS " ! .V'^i ." . ,i r. * :&*$* !,.v My& "... \: m Perkins ic Co have Nan nooks obit a. pJurors u j. bolomon. i / nr x. mom * 00., . tj>*. j * xttflfei.t. iwfcrfiww ISPS 1 «. 1A !, Pefklu* Row, IN STREET, HOUSTON, TEXAS, On the corner below THE OLD CAPITOL HOTEL. We have just received from New York, per steamers "Virginia," "Eu- terpe," and "Port au Prince," one of THE LARGEST AMD MOST COMPLETE STOCKS OP ; -.i5* V\ FANCY GObDS, b \ Ever brought into this market. We invite our Mends, one and all, to call and examine our stock Perkins & Co have solid ool'd Berage Perkins tc Co have Bngjl«h Berage Perkins & Co have figured Berage Perkins ic Co have Bl'k Silk Ganad'e Perkins tc Co have Black Worsted Ganadine Perkins ic Co have Pine Apple Goods , u? \ l'\\, • ' *"7?*' Perttbs & Co have figured - Crape Merete l Perkins & Co have BaUarine \ " ' .Kl> • Perkins tc Co have Melanges • N Perkins tc Co have Parisian Stripe Perkins & Co have Striped Mohair...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 April 1866

bkm wfm tgt. 1M8W. 1L .. is^i tu« wing ■ of the ■m- , MM) _ ■•bore . _ M^i wttwiiob tH *uag their viole^ee." In diamring %le of knowledge I will se- ofthe properties of mum m ngursa—a few of the proper tie* of bodioswith which we are &c our mm md which respect sum, both m an individual and a member of tytfttfamrife k acknowledged to the meet simple as weQ as the ii naeftil or the ' sciences. properties of p£rtfchkr and^Ln ^ nambers, and on fhnati numbers j fcw 4- op«ittuns of addtt multiplication and di fnountain unknown. Imagination in an attempt to Paitiimi an' trnfi - aSS'Ktt [trm-m-M* we receive evc- ioteiieetual sunshine, such aa we can grasp, is •fee infinite, the medium dead. Row suppose that an idea Mind staggers with the ideas evet kwi I had myriads of embodiments— s even now incarnate, and though subtraction vision. Bat if we desire to perform these teutiom m uniform numbers, and >al with them as if they were known in order to reach oertain conclusions respecting th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 April 1866

' / &C3 mmtm mhut Kit J iVu '■ M a ;' ' T • ( ,> .11* «•«! *■ vOL.XXXIJ i WHOLE W* 4623 wamssm HOUSTON, TEXAS, W apml g i M tK) rnmmm SADDLEBY. DAHL 9. L. HOHENTIAL A AUCTION ' UP J. o. H1HII A. SE®CMS ti CO i. s. 41.1, snmon tLL-iU^iyj Si OLERY AS A SPECIALTY I <«. tSf%3%£ZEE2s COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREET fi- ll Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers, (War* k McKmo'i Old Stand) STRAND8TREET, OtlTMIMj AMBLER & CO, & COMMISSION f IU , I******"" *;-wm . EXCHANGE & REAL ESTATE HSIPt STRAND, OALVMTOW, . „ « jrwr WW V e WILL MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES ON ALL KINDS OF OBCASTDiam AUCTION" 8ALE8 EVERY TUESDAY and THURSDAY ROHANT8. V V wit.* liiifiiili \ - iinI •M At *e IMN ff J Ht Out ^ HOUSTON snerally, that having p SSStJme in this m , to purchase to look t£ *g.aallroadBtO«k; H.AT.O.Egll- SS^SW^^iJWW •0 : elsewhere, u we have < receiving fresh supplies of Strand St., ttivtstaa. STAPLE MB FANOY ORMERIEO, TOBACCOS OP EVXBY CHARACTER * BRAND Commencing at It o'clock, A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 April 1866

C'onventio pgainstH p)u ucoouat of Uittl no goml Aa- look the poor little ttK MMVt Of e can W M otdiuuu. Car! Otto, 0 K 0 t>urtv, owl^m, DfOII Owu, Ku. I K Orri«. to Will J .JliMlUrU C PaA- Dr. Ow \mmmt mmfwml " "m mm Ira." ohm ftm. ca4 "t| flip*- ■ Tfac Bfiproc\(tfi fug mnfttinl of thf miood 'jompimifn, onttt now tban ami Wk and ex- {SzeTmSSTK cisely the ones wiy will be Seated/ ..W« I latetwoterf wfll come dp to prepared to inaugurate tftfe mat active and energetic meas- ure* to path- the tiwlt forward to a 8«idy «a p etk>n Tfce *ejrten« n of 'As Cental, the N«« Orleans, t|ie Wcctera, «ed the Eastern Texas ; rt«l«, i now of paramountiu p«r- to tbt> people^ ftur More, te our judgment, 0,Jin the political M'te^ans a®w agitating the country. u,*a iantodfite expen^i- : v tttte <af capital in thfa direction to 4he / ceocnt of fen mtjlicm® of «^Bar*^ Such an expenditure would qitadriipla Af^doe of property under the i*- 5 0®a*e influence of theHdlronds. We believe thin amoun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 April 1866

• * sr. ■ .«* - • • inniTKir'TTianr *xw raukat, though he did not Mcoept the part of Btaudard-b«ftr«r. It doea not seem to us that bari^ess of that sort was what they were gent,to Austin for, yet they honld be wen in whom tbe people of their sections had full con-1 tidence, coming as they did so fresh from the various counties. Perhaps the people take but little interest in who may be elected to the various' offices of honor and trust at this time, yet it would have been only an act of common prudence for the memliera of the Convention be cautious how they aroused the jealousy of their constituents in attempting to choose their servants. Forourself, we con- fess to no predileotions, no interest in results; but our thoughts and feelings are no indication 01 those of the public, and the builders of the new constitution of our State may future their present, The Item spenks of a monomaniac at large in Hunteville. It is not un- common. UkVB WW*. KiciiMOH9 April lt2.—Copt. It. IS. Winder...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 April 1866

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