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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 June 1865

kt an end; and then Mr. l)avi>i and his 'Cabinet Bet oat for tteorgia. Their sub- tequeut movements and rate of progreee are probably not known .in Richmond.— Upon the great mass of tiio Southerners the crash of then Confederacy has fallen as suddenly and uoexpottdy as an av- alanohe. They were confident the war wonld >ast another year, and many hoped for final suocess It is hard to realise the infatuation of the Confederate Administra- tion. Confederate paper was not worth ' two oenis to the dollar, and was kept ap to tbis figure solely by the sale of Govern- ment specie, whloh Mr. Trenholm pnt in the matket at sixty for one. The Confed- erate armies had wasted away by losses and ~~tj traggling. Joe Johnston had some 25,000 men; Lee 65,000, and in all there were not as many as 100,000 men in arms east of the Mississippi river. Kirby Smith and Ma- gruder might, perhaps, have together 25,000 in all. These troops were tolerably olothed, but the equipment cf the army was inferior...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 June 1865

Hrltgraph HOUSTON, JVVE 7, 1868. TBI 90**T9K TIL101AVH ' I. pebfrbed tivfrfefcly and Weekly. in. i*. D 11r. ' «• ««• >*. «—"-t1! tma paid nr IHI< *ii«UlariWW nU "" *a*am IsT A*ver*t.t sr> ' M VUM** 4*R * *■** Agate Mne^. ■-... H tli nu-wisw-r. ?tr Agate <^ iHi ii(. hm'1^> —«'Mr lie U to. ,v i* W*fts WtOTLV. fw A |>U m-K wi ■■■" ■ .|0c ■ ^ •W'* tnee. I No advertisements wilt b luaertrd ala lasecharge sfcau t qeata. ^TSTwREt •«>•'*■ >«•** ■ uw jEfcerttoen are naTtkni ')l ytVUsttd .10 ontor farftW,™ Ad?«tB BWWtB| row win m mm tor m mi ■tvsswmmata uC|> sBS^sster^ «• wm wrt>!ljfr#< t> jmg tfce optloa #f tae editor, aad tkea iSy wbea a tmfmaMt —m or rofereeeo m- eonirt Sr puttee* llwn.U of ledlvtdanl.,; all •Mtntrlee 1*4 marriage h«w, mm \ vta4l nUmi U riWMM, sot raadwed aec w; by adverse pabllfatiMU la l>* tasdlBt.eemw m tfcla ftpn, at*., will be pabltabed only ti <* • "cStraapnattaoe Interesting •••• fMUitUi frem all points, aad abon desired *U1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 June 1865

THE HOUSTOJN TRI1 i. KLiJ^GRAPH. VOL.—XKXI NO 33. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, JUNE 9. 1865, WHOLE NO. 3920 ^ BY TELEGRAPH. fpeetnl !o tt'« D&ltv T 1 trrph. Galveston, June 8,1865. I take (he following from Flake's Bal- let in Extra : tteturn of Col. Jtabbrl ffinlih from N«w Orte«n«. Col. Smith, our Commissioner, returned on ihe gunboat Antonio Inst nnh from New Orleaos, and was sent io Ibis moin- irg. From him 1 leurn the following : As to the result of negotiations between our commis ioners and Gens Cnnby and Sheridan, Col. Smith says that important concessions atid advantages have been ob- t.aim d. Gen. Sheridan has been assigned Hie c inimand of the Division of ilie South-west, embracing Texas, West Lou s- iana and Ai kausas as far North as the Arkansas river. Gen. Sheridan will come to Texas by way m'Galveston, with a considerable force, in a few days Gen Canby, and after him Gen. Sheridan, gave the assurance that the negroes in Texas would be required to stay at home on the plantation...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 June 1865

S. 1. OTOBtm®. Ull« MMW7VA. V^1, I8«5. W0i.|w«Hni«. BEX TON KAN- d WM cooa- %m w« m mlkorm u msnm* j e.lKiKCY • i yMlll U WMMtki of HulM'T, •** • ai4 <■ Ik* UlM<Ufi. i m Vi ntNorliid to ' ' S. . r V ■ • ,'fef .! • We are in • singular condition in this State. At present We ere without say authorized government, though to all ap- peartnces we are net (offering particularly forthew«at of one. Oar people seem to be quite m comfortable as the/ were under the late government, or «e they expect to be nnder the licit. Our Governor and ail officer* of the State are supposed to be in the tame boat with the Conledeiacy, and an that boat Is gone uader, they are construc- tively {obe «n4er With it It was the boast of the northern press that notwithstanding Mr. Lincoln was assassinsted, still the gov- crnment did not stop tot ft moment. We ' might ssy the same. Notwithstanding we have no officers of government, yet the government seems to go on about as well, We heer of ho lawlessness, of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 June 1865

niuce of secession anil Ihe amendments to the property could not be held for delivery hid to put them in • j>< r ition in oj ptin to the United States government, deter- to that authority, and hi'that w u!d br ! mined to help themselves. ^ , necessary, ii seems to us, in a Piute, si ui In view of the destitution in the country j ied as Texts is, with no army In her bcr- ! it is tho duty of all persons who got a good | der and n> conflicting government-., would .diare to make a hberal divston of tho he for delegates, cboseu bv the people, to «*• 1 hose who have been at home and > mee, in convention and unuul tho enli- able to provide for themselves, who got | ,Anything in the general scramble, should ; give up the whole of it. If reports have | any foundation at all, (we will not say if true because we have no idea they are.) a great many parties who have but little claim upon the public helped themselves right freely. _ They ought to divide, and we believe will if approa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 June 1865

KIT Till BriJNnklj Mtpxph rfi g t v "■ uovrron. jvne 9, im*. t«4 toviro* riL*oaAVB • " lir S%tWSa« Pally, Trt-WftT iM WeeHy. Tarn* •* Krtiirtniw i I8te ,j All •ab-rrlpttwue ot coBilnu d •• the end of tbe taaep<id lor nn^^oeeUJ aiTaoeesaenta a* mad* ' MM «f A<Ttriltl«(i .,r< <rif it imunniwuiiT. .It. II. la. Sis. If. ftftte Bo ........ 10* —.JO'....Jl M a tti wtioiT. w r lull ——JOe—JOe. He $1 40..... $1 III VMS WtSBLV. . .*<#• AptU — * on :i ertlee j jloarmytlMmotit* will > lanerted e • less charge ^fnlllssini n n ~ * " "*' paper. wt ho<st th« vV't'loa iKlfg sveOfi'l. * M b« pttbllbed to th* Dolly. A'ivorllWI M patrol*' >T 'HtMttd <0 ct.If wWrrtliMMll' ' • ''"tt "<* ilm .-n l >ol HII *> :. -b-i" w.iib«.-ta*«od . ■ — m i—■Olliitmill J <(k I W . '1 tw rubil-h-'l !iat m boot adv rtt«*meu>* «*r*. ! ■ «« « t . , W-otlv la < *r Trt-wwMI, fU. e d l WoAIj ol .fte.ua *i r * Mi M. * ~ i-Wfr" *o ••■NUMlMitoo *IU >0MHW«* « ljpaper. nenit u Ibo noti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 June 1865

THE HOLSTOJN TRI-WEEKLl HJUSTON, MONDAY, JUNE 12, 1865. '/ .—XXXI NO. 34. WHOLE NO. 3921 Texas Item*. The Crockett Quid Nunc contains an ar- ticle on the close of the war as follow* : Having made a gallant fight and lost, it now becomes us to make a manly submis- sion aud surrender. Let us bear our defeat with Stoic firmness and Christian meekness. Let us cheerfully submit to the laws and orders of the government. Let us over- come all bitter feelings against our late enemies. Let as be charitable enough to hope and believe that they fought from principles as well as we, and for the good of "Vhe whole Republic. We lose slavery, and we might have lost it any way. It is not profitable in all the slave States. We ouly sympathize with the negro in regretting emancipation. We hope law and order will soon follow the present deplorable state of affairs. We expect the government to take tepijioiaty military control of the1 States, but as soon as reorganized we expect civil law to super- ced...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 June 1865

BrMRtofelgtlflfpHpfc i. a. oomae. utw ui HOUSTON.. JUNE 10, 1MB. AXIIOUBCXKOTC. Wan rathoriMd to '•linoeiK* BWTON KAJT DOLPHM *MMlWM«tor JNMMMC conpoMdot KSmWTiOrt— W **eoj « ttM. • Wf rc tntborfcd to sMMWeaJ O ■ «* A RCT m ssffirwrisssiatsoft." We ara indebted to I>r, Hughs, in New Orleans, for attention in forwarding paper* A Utter from «sr regular corresponds*! at Galveston, dated yesterday morning, •tatss tbat"General Maunder leaves to day, per eteaner Antona. tyt New Or- leana." ^' The News objects to the course we have marked oat, to witthe abandonment of -the advocacy of oar political views. It is a matter on which we believe titers can he an honest dUbrsnoe of opinion. Oar friend is welcome'to the cotnfoft he can derive from the pursuit of politics. As for as we repfat that "we have no polities save alone the safety and security of the society in which we live. To that safety and security we are willing to, give all our energies.' We had the satisfaction yesterday pf meet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 June 1865

io ihe passage thereto; uor to induce any member ot' a etate le .islature, ; idge or any state oouri, who baa urt, it.* or entering bis offioe, taken i!n „aih to support the constitution of the bo called (Tobfederate States of America; nor shall . any punishment or procee lings under said ; net be s") construed as ro work & forfeiture ' of (he real eetaie of the ulft-ndei, beyond i bis natural lift?. Personally Governor Vance is of the ( tions of the United Stales to the people of most pleasant appearance A round, un- ( North Carolina in securiug ibem in ibc whiskered faca. • ver which a good hu- J enjoyments of a republican form of Gov- m >reti cuiiln is .! t.'aj'ing; a penial, eminent : pleasant v^ice ; u ueavy uns, giving, Now, therefore, in obedieuc* to the high good evidence ot uie bun . long, | and solemn duties imposed upon me by black hair, earned back tr-m ihe forehead j iut C institution of the Uuited rtia.es. and without any dividing line, and withal an , for the p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 June 1865

®n-WteMfl®tUg«pb a 0U8T0N, JUNE 12, 1866. X M>9«VtTtVTSLS«l4PH to pabtUbed Daily. Tri-W*e*iy aad Weekly. T*ni« tMitoerlKlNt , ■* i. 7. '* |V| in. J f. All - a'b ert pilot.* dtacontlnned at M e end ot lb* 4bm m tor a i rt especial trtunnwU are mm t tw mt9\ dT wl«l— *' 4RT Ul TB-tmiT. ,, It. |W. «•«•& i. IV' ....JO '• II .W.....J8 B *11 m-WUKUt. -.Ttcfl , ,i 1*. ton.<A I—ftlM< <!9 WeMfrcrUee< enta wlf M Inearted at a lees ««1« **tliftljB«i« r paper.T11?*"' }! • wtJCrTSSi wmee pabti-bed m ti* m pvticuH'tr imihM Jo orij' ■ |I|V sssarMBMia Ito MMMUriMlN Win *• pobllefred to jWl (uptr.aMpt et lb« option of tS* editor, aod the* >«ilf «lm i iw^mm ••• or ec- %i«puln tt. 1p>ewB o the edHor. Oosesuatoatieasdmdfaed to per- MMl fit political l #f fU Of >blt««rtes sad ia rrtsga aotloes, perso \ ?ladl •notion* of ikarMUV, n t rendered ooe «i rj by sob lie a r Ion • to the rending of f.sle., will bo pnbllebed oolj u edver- unrnN tOBO* OMhrMtog Interesting BOW* %eltettcd ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 June 1865

THE r.OU.STOA TRI WEEKLY I til,KljUAPH. VOL.—XXXI NO. 35. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14. 1865, WHOLB NO. 3922 u Indictment mt Mr. Davis. United States of America, District of Co- lumbia, County of Washington, to-wit: The jurors of the United States of America, within and for tbe County of Washington aforesaid, in the District of Columbia aforesaid, upon their oath pres- ent: That Jefferson Davis, late of the County of Henrico, in the State of Vir-< ginia, Yeoman ; being an inhabitaut of and resident within the said United States of America, and owing allegiance and fidelity to the said United States of Amer- ica, not having tLe fear of Ood before his eyes, nor weighing the duty of hid said allegiance, but being moved and seduced by the instigation of the devil, wickedly devising and disturbing the peace and tranquility of tbe said United Stales of America, to disturb the Government of the said Uaited States of America, and to stir, move and excite rebellion, insurrection and war ag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 June 1865

I. B. omilli XAltox u4 Proprietor. H O US TON, JUNE J3, 1869. ANHODHCEMKHTS. We r« •ntkortMd to iDnonnc« BENTON RAN DOLPtl u « o tnUd*U (or rtanauir lr«n> the dWri t coapoMd •( Montc«cu«ry, Grimes and Walkwcouo tlM. tw We in •utbortiwt lo •anoanro 1.0. EEARCY w • candidate to rocrcMut lb* coo nt tea ot Mo&t|om«ir. OrlmM and Br*sob Is the LcgUUtare. U Tho annual assembling of the Masonic Grand Lodge in this city is suggestive of tho mission of Masonry and the good that may fiowftom ft. J As was-appropriately aid in a recent address by the brethren here, there are ten thousand good and true Masons in the State of Texas.. They are bound together by the most solemn ties. They are pledged to good citizenship. They embrace the better class, as a general thing, of the community, and men of all sects in religion, and all associations in politics. They all have, as respects the public inter- est, but one feelibg an} tpat is if favor of peace and quiet. Although they can do nothing ope...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 June 1865

\ , of " M the report tliat the total cost of the provis-' ions furnished amouuts to §">406, lessam'ts : contributed, §1559 03, leaving a balauce to bt^rovided for of $3647 07, in addition to which is a hill contracted for tobacco for Johnson's battalion, of'$223 25, which makes the amonut required §387032. Your committee recommend that this amount bo collectel by the Assessor and Collector, pro rata, agreeably to the city tax rolls, and in this wise making the burthen fall light onfall. They feel satisfied that no ono will object to paying the small amount that will he called for, especially as it was done for the protection of their property, and to feed the hungry soldiers passing through our midst. Very respectfully, M REICIIMAN, C C SPEERS, .. HENRY S FOX, Committee. To the Honorable Wm. Anders aud Board ot 'Aldermen, Cit>j of Hotuton : . I Gentlemen:—The committee of twelve * citizens, appelated by jour Body to pro- vide food for the troops in our midst; as also for all ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 June 1865

Iri-WetMgetkgraph HOUSTON. JUNE 14, 1865. TBS HOUiTOM TILIOBAPB to published Deity ..Tri-Weekly and Weekly. T«M «l NlkMilfttel t <Ua> pal* tor eaieos especial inwuU an ssede T«rM«rA4vntMi|i ia tas hilt in ni-wnxLT. it. it. in. lit •«. Agate U (II m>fBDT. en totl Mm. 10c. 10c. 75c $1 .....« n na wtsxiv. (f«r t| if Me. for s ch Insertion fHii ^mft>niin will lii Inserted at * leas chtrge it* ordered to this paper, without the specified, will be pebHuhsd m the jSfi'sill—is ara pwttralari* requested to order wfctlr sdvertleeiDeat* for « not uu fsrbht!7 AdfafttMi'tiU tin torbM" will be charged •wr m mw advertisement* <isiiy. ... _ luMMaomto for put lie oOci will b published ^13M>mEC r « be pabllsted la tin ad thli Iter, aud than or ithMN h- 1a lite—alaattea wi WiMr, except at tho option of th «nuj fhaa a responsible nana %estpeales Hi known to the ad Iter. OoauMuloatleas designed to advance the per- aaill or polUlaal Internets of Individuals, all aMMwtaa tad marriage nat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 June 1865

the jhoustojn triweekly tel.ec on VOL.—XXXI NO. 36. UOU8TON, FRIDAY. JUNK 16, 1S65, WHOLE NO. 3923 LATER 1) M PATCH fed. Boston', May 31.—A dispatch to tLe Transcript Rays Gen. Banks is ordered to report at Waltham. His affairs are under- going investigation at the War Depart- ment. LouisviLLE„May 31.—The trial of Chief Justice Joshua F. Bullitt,terminated today in the Kentucky Legislature,both branches sustaining the address of the committee re- questing the Governor to remove him. New Yobk, May 3d.—The Commercial says President Johnson has finally decided iiujjjvor of permitting our soldiers to retain their arms used in battle as honorable re- miniscences and heir- looms of their services. The Herald's special says the Secretary of War has calleJ upon commanders of army corps for reports of the names of mer- itorious officers for brevet promotions ; also for Ji^ts ot those deserving promotions in the regular army. Eight thousand men will be mustered out from the Second Army Corps ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 June 1865

SsWttUgVtbgnVk X. a. 00SHXB8. BdUox at Proprietor. HOUSTON. JUNE 15, 1866. Ammosaxam. W# (pi NtkMhrf to idimm* bbnton KAN UOIMn ■ eMilMat* tor Ktntlor lien lfc« diHrfel ceepewTei Meeigewri, Ohma 4 W n« coon- IM. • W« •Bttorlart to anixmnre J Q.SKARGYm* niiitHi to reprtMot Um nmUm at Mwtioanr, QttaM ud Knin la the Leilibture. The lawleessoM tad absolute robbery whieh bM pervaded aaek of ike country between here and the Rio Grande hoe been of much greater mtf ollude than wae at first supposed, at we learn from various persona juet arrived from the west. Larj; bands of jayhawher* infeet the country watch the roada, and plunder indiscrimin ately. The alleged right of the soldiers to take tbe pnblio property, la atede the "pretest for all tkia ekametal oonduot. But private, as well M public property, has been taken, by man who are not soldiers, wkiek ie always tke oaae when people oon eider themselves Justified, from whatever plausible reasons of Justice aod equity, to appropriate to the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 June 1865

(.liphtly dishevelled under an apologetic j lust proclamation after the surrender of the covering for the cranium,(introduced by the i armies east of the Mississippi, referred to blockade runners,) hands in his pockets j the assistance t'/om abroad, which he de- And expectation staring out of his eyes, he i dared was 44 near and certain. -precipitates his steps towards Ihe wharf, for j It was the prevalence of this idea and the hoary voice of steam has been heard as it escapes from the capacious throat of the Lone Star,'' from Houston, with certainly a cargo of cotton, or perhaps cattle, or per- haps wool, or perhaps anything by wnich the dimes may be made ; then the promis- cuous loafer who with method, works out the problem of scientifically killing time ; who, now at the office of Flake's Bulletin, or at the Telegraph, tries to "capture" the first intelligence as it reaches these differ- ent fountain heads of dissemination of news, then at the corner of Central and Market street ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 June 1865

H OUStffl. ft/lK 10, WW. TBi.re«Vp-« ii n>iw < r tit m "*"vtr Ttm ef NakMrlfilH i «"• ' m. in. «. it. tuie p«ld tor unieas rr*D*«m«oU art made (t*w mt i4T«ril>ln I ...Jl -W....W '« til TKl-WUKLT. f« iitd Hu -—. —....lOc .30:.....- 73. 91 SO..... W Pm Ag.le c frr ereh tnsertloo Me^wttwewiiuwltifc V> soiled at • kst oa*« thJft vertSomeBts drdered 111 ftl* PaPJ*. t e %-iUU bet** •PttlOvd. will be pnbiUhed in Um isyH^SSJHjSSraesB wTrt-Weour.tMleadia Weekly alone. HQ. Will be publltf ed to lfct« litn tfik* alitor, And than Wy Wfcw areeioaefcle Ma ar reierenee u- aompeateaM.knewa totfuetttor. CouttlMUaiiM(H4 toad AM.tbe HJS will ar political tnteraaU of yiTtMh all •Mwarlaaaa4 menrtagesettees. perso Vri 41 «aUaMa< ikanaltr, o4 rendered i*i mtr *1 MMTN fsMtsetleas la tlM Matter *o«"J. Kfcle yn<f| etc* will be published only aaadver- 0 irn>a toiai emhreeiag teterertiag mm •eUetUd f e* all points, and whaa desired Ul ^Swfnlwla will m Hsembat oaa side of the paper,i • ■, «...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 June 1865

— CL , THE HOUSTOJN TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. XJCXI NO. 37. HOUSTON, MONDAY, JUNE 19; 1865, WHOLE NO 3393. LATB DISPATCHES. Washington, June 2.—During the month of May requisitions to the amount of $97,- 000,000 were made on the Treasury for the payment of the armies. Nearly all the men in the hospitals have offered to take the oath of allegiance. The horses, carriage tad harness, declin- ed as a present to President Johnson, were sold at auction to-day- The horses brought $ 1900; cost $3500. The carriage brought $1400; cost $2100. The harness brought $435; cost $676. Another span of horses and carriage, equal to the above, were "i<>ld for $1600. The Post's Washington special says the trial of Jeff Davis, in the United States Dis- trtct Cou> t in this city, will lake place be- fore a full bench, consisting of Judge Carl- ton, of Ohio, Judge Olivo, of Kentucky, and Judge Wyle, of Virginia. The delegation from Alabama are receiv- ing very little countenance here. The Pres- ident w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 June 1865

®ri-^feMg®clegtaph HOUSTON, JVNM~vr, 1865. S. «. OPMPH. M«wr aaU Fwfv fh Tlx BOUSTOM TILBOBAPH !■ a c wmw. _ Ttnii af MatMrlptbi i. m. a«. aw Dtllv.. «... TrSWMkly ...... W«ahl ^ ^ ' ' ' a tha *od of , (MMta arc sate •r KtmMM < ia «u wit in mnui. 1 lt« l« 1M. lit •■. QMm mi mm41h«**i9w*nh(I. IX III W-WBW.T. *« lot* H W6-„.. fc-...7iO 160.....W niufnui. r« agata &*? •>—.... .oae .* tart laowUs* ;^r&Ss£t*S3wti;s3 ^SBSS^S&i^- fly,!*!'! fH*"*||'-!W - . . J | I • i i 1 • H WIWIllWlM will &• !**'&** '® ,?>• ptNr. axoapt M tke obUo* of ta >dltyjr, yd tto e ooWtkia i raspoaalWo or rotortneo aa- •o«pMiJo lt,'«owi totfc* odttar. C«Mwle«ttaMMiu4 M od ••••*'*• Mill or political InUwiUof I?41vk4aalf, til obllaartaa and marriage aotlde*. P*r«o ' Tin^J catlooa of ebaraater, aot raadwad tor aaary by adwia pobltaatioaa la Ifca wadlar oommoa of ibla papor, « e, wUl bo pobllabad only aa d or- k*0«rrMpOBdraoa •■braalBf InWw* 1 I ® • * 1 •ollelUd from all potau, and fhti ...

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