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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1866

I. H >\ A <(. n i ifi 1 GOODS AT N. Y. PRICES! H. E.PJEKKINS A CO. HAVE RECEIVED, AND ABB NOW OPENING OH« or CHB Largest sad Most Complete Stock* OF PSY""WOODS, MILLITTEET AND FANCY COOD8, EVER BEFORE RECEIVED IN HOUSTON-THIS STOCK HAVING BEEN PUR- CHASED AFTER * The Great Decline in Jpi'i***f We are thus enabled to oiler to our fi l*nds Goods as tated in our hudlug. In raaklntf thin aunounoemeut we roua of pure has in* to ca'l. examine and judge themselves. , .. . ,+■ * ,f .T ' >r Our roods werci pnrevised ^ratlr,I™?!ii?,?we ' *** and in fine White Goods and Drens Trlmfialngs •; ;1'.. Challenge Competition! JPeRKINS dt CO. HAVE SCllMER SILKS, Perkins & 0o. ha* Grenadines, { Btfktna frCn. have Melfnge*. Parkin* Ac Co. have Balsarlnes. Pertrtn* A Co. have Parisian Stripe*. Perkins Ac Co. hare Silk Chalie. # Perkins At Co. have Embroidered Robus." l'erklns !b Co, bare tannine Irlah Poplin. Parkin* Ac Co. have Valencia Ed'g and Inwr'ir. Parkin* ^ Cp. have Point Lace. Parki...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1866

iff. aumimwimoL tkxasna. ; (dMiimti) >«• -* #f again repeated the Sff'VLfVf'fiS faataieS with ti. Never did beauty greet my gaze. . indeed,, i woman/' aaid I '-aloud, "and rinoe we know be in all tbia nothing that |s natural, weba^onlyto , _ t oeaS, pteaaei We resumed our seat*, and aur- - wy«d the unknown, who ate like one <Wt 8p6AAH>j(i ABu 8w®W W1 ft ulTie, to.hsve forgotten us entirely. Each «f ua, too, aeemed isolated, motion- lew «i id attrte as if struck by the m petrifying wand of a .fairy. * Bascara had alien down beside me, and t wwald have believed him dead with terror, but for the movement of his1 tMMuhUiig hands which w«re clasped At the. act of prayer. Not a breath Bontrais; au expression of humiliation had tpkQU the of drunken audacity, 'and the At vernrfUlon of% intoxication which had glowed in ,l)ia faco a moment before, had cimnged (to mortal prior. The sentinent which prwlomi- iwtod over the mind of Sergfy wwt mot less strongf but at least ft wns sweeter,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1866

«*.*■ 1 WiTil • ' .«• .> . . * A PAT M AN * CO; , ini " Hai'jiTT" mam auinr. aourroft. trxab, I '{ '* j . ' (; | J | i text to B. la pa—, K*q. Hi MESA, °*. «* * Child of the Fore«t Jf E4«n< ,. CIIAPI^E IX. wj*ja iw aa ffi5rt' ? breath TO TUB 'T Merchant AND THB Community «' JLarge. .SnragMy, eeiye by We h Ti >m New York, per a teamen (on iud jedgwlok, and will re- to arrire, a NeW Stock of Spring Goods, ' ) | ' . « . ' VT •, ?};*/. which we beg of buyeri coming to town to call and m (or themjelrei, oompare prices. aa they will find same as lowjM.aar olty west of Haw York. Our itook of -«•? y.' Spring and Summer Good* '•'>/ , • which was expressly aeleotod wltft great oare for this market, and bought only for eadi, ooniiita of -> i : 'J. > '■ • j i r Domestic G Spring Prints, all grades and qnaltUoa; Brown DomeitlM, H and 4-4; Bleached Domestical, \ and 4-4; Bleaohed and nnbleaohed Sheeting■, >4 and Lowells; tm New York Qu'mlet Jeanaj Pembroke Gottonadesi Hatinet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1866

II II jrr mamtare toAmtmn. , fear chUdias, Mm whito I Ml y*m smother story. It may be imM) weeks before I hava oj porta- ifeepow **1 a# whom I told you, and tbat each one- of you ha* done Mmething to help the poor and home- SmI) it no, I know yon hare been y^^hapwtytt, and that yon «m now ready to bear a story of the ■w-?r-- babe that1 em Bred. Oh . r little eyes sparkle 1 and <rf you have drawn your face* "No, por brother, that sleeps in the crib under Jhe cool, shady window, where the sweet-brier grows, has bluer eyes and redder lips, and smiles at mamma and how'my heart ac hes ur I think sorry far it when I hew much this little infant had to suffer, even after it grew to be a man. He was a good man, too, and one at about from place to place He was a great man. so when he would sp •peak, the wonld 0 winds and :the waves wonld obey Mm. Try and think now, illie. yon ase looking oat the window at (hat bird hi the honey suckles, and I, am afraid onr mind is not on what I am saving....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1866

":v CO, NTS, IT.. I-K AND Co. :xa«, ■LS, \NI> krs, UJSlMiooAua iaLtatCATMS. HOFFMAN 6c CO. COMH188ION MERCHANTS, .1 rij ..i . « u* . .. f .. No. $4 Whitehall Btr eet, ' ' YORK. Refbrenoes In til \ MAD ON SHIPMENTS OF COTTON. WOOL. Hides, tad othsr products, shipped to oursddrsssby : ' •' -t <ill iti'> \ f : ' Q, UTIWABT, > Lewis k Co.V Building, Strand. Galveston April Utb. lMtdtwtm ALVItKIl MU VKliK " FACTOR AW. \ COMMJ88JQN tacHANlV STRAND, GALYR8T0N. > WILL attend Mriotly to Ou> sales of COTTON TT WOOL and HIDK8, a^tho piirshw<rf up T. H. McMXHAN * GILBERT. UF.NKMAL , , COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND OOTTON HA'.TOHS ITBKU* Julytt-dtwly , a L i. ' a * TON. 8TIPBB* J. KAOfc* • nOTOHKS F. J. N AGrLE & CO, Receiving, Forwarding aud General Commission Merchants, OfHce la Oon. K. 0. NichoU'Building, C. L. BEISSNER & CO., C0MMI8'N MERCHANTS No. SO OBRA PI A, HAVANA. KTW« Will execute orders from our friend* In Texas for uoh staples ns the Havana Market offers. It...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1866

W—i that city, SHBHaBB pmrnr fSff^ras- tiKOKUE * LIGHTNING cuRtr Texiaa • }"# vegmt tkm to mmw much M only lasted a few ' has been too ... 6T6T Silica ? continues, tfeeerop*. * we speak, c®u - *whbw*®#*« - to crops I I II 1,9 - ^ • - ' Talk no more of West- i a Areutby country, more _ re tbsnia.Cordovclfu , " Tlie Stab 6w*tteMj* . AH aoeonnts from Western Texas concur In prooouncing this a most nnusal season so f i -« The rdns ap. near to Save fallen everywhere, and ^member, daring the eigh- r« bean in -Texa , ok so promising, as i time. JotieiBg (he late speech of General egory in San Antonio, the Herald, « speech to the colored the community at the Church. Not being one of " e having been iy ofwaofi an entertain ta aay we were not what we can learn, ^ltnot ^oAuctive of 4 either to the, negroes as-h1* for the wferse haa eoine over the con daet of die freedraen and freed women . Wf^^ phetefew* an* not weU Kains have been heavy put of San i|p6. there was a light frost in that section...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1866

f- m DEDUCTION II PRICES! LOUIS PLESS & CO., BAT1 400 cum Boots and Shorn, 50,000 lbs. Shot & Lead, 50 bMs. Sugar, 100,000 Havana Cigars, 150 oases Hats A Straw Goods 150 coils Kentucky Bope, 40 oases Tobacco. WHOLESALE MD RETAIL DEALERS IN NOTIONS, MAIN STREET, HOUSTON. i* A i ""(•* if "i f- '' IArti(k>Vkiilml«iadl«tillTntillMliMit assortment ol PUrCMllT, SOAI*. TOT8. RATHHiT. TRUSKS, WILLOW WARE, i ' Valises, COMBS AND BSCSHKS, ETC- 1TC. tm this market, u well as the createst variety ol FANS, PNttOttAPH ALBUMS, WORK BOXES, WRITING DESKS, CUTLERY, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, TRIMMINGS, «wsitsiM IN XUK NOTION urn T/¥b bats jcst received, direct from !kt Mann&ctaurtm.a lane stock oi Boots sad Shoes, STRAW AND MILLINERY' |pODS, Hats, Umbrellas, &c., WHICH WK All OFVRRIXG. TOGETHER WITH ■ lux* imanUty of IMPORTED CIGARS. At *ricc* the c&capMl! AS AGENTS Forth* NEW YORK SHOT & LEAD COMPANY, Vthmaah 0 u and See XJm t"% (L anfibrward*lw*w "********■" Uiat we can All or...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1866

, Jss TELKQttlFH April 88, im W,M6 doing the at At CndMHwt, Early took the ,ville mi rood, CO tUat Bishop it- 3£ i' i |Nm& . Bi|bop and noi likely to -;.ni^i MiriiiT Oayc- .4rf . ■. A.mwloti<s wa* iutrodneed by Dr 4^towfos theq^a. of the r the naiufl of the Church to IMS. ' i. ij > b^uUi CU'MlilUfc I m aabedtato for • resola- uvention, to meet in , the chunues pro- I Conference, after auftl Confertmcejj, <uid ftuthorito- . He had bean the remark made i ia the General Confer- 4. <? Nothing ww w^ll could he made better." were necessary, and if onld be constitutionally 'mJiJtii" ,w • ■ " , of the Tennessee Con- 1 to the calling of stion" The people needed B«t tMT > called for and the Gen- could provide for Iter* instead of tfc king for the ehanges' Ividaal comfort and satia- '''ill believed that the old 1 effective service, . appropriate now in He wished a sys- which would make 1 means through < y Ghost conld work of the Committee on ted their report nnm- mM adopt...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1866

ANNOUNliBKim. CONSERVATIVE UNION TICKET. GBN. J. W. THJftOCKMORTUN, Of Collin Cooaty. ' ' ' " XrUtm. !?f rt->, J \r :• COLONEL GEORGE W. JONES, Of Baetrop County. ry M. S. MUNSON, , Of Brmioria O*. Mr Cmflrvller. MAJOR W. L.„R0BARD8, Of XraWe County. MAJOR MARTIN ROYSTON, Of Washington County. --fa-i—- H>r Commu>ioner ticnerat Land Office, STEPHEN CROSBY, - ' k ' r*.,:' J . I Of Travis County. For Judge* of the Supreme Court. WILLIAM PINCKNEY HILL, Or TUi lis County. RICUARJ? COKE, i . :f • Of HeLrtikntav GEORGE w. SMITH, liutdo Co. um. \Pttlloc* ,ji ^ tlha A«My, Bar. ilrM'ullix-k before U Eab- balh SoUool. at Iks Ae«aL_ m*rulB( at II efeloek. _ ' -TtotaJttiu*fl. believe. through Mtun. P. 11. J m tbe roCftl sbtwdnua of >• niltnd ansaaaa D.McO 'a m Vfl«. i F ' > * •I*1 KJ.Vj M. RKICHMAN ll CO. aptO-ted S. P. DONLEY, wiWwviw GE0R0S5 MOORE, 'OOlltf. Harris Conn ■ Ooap Court •re an dtw&w . announce W. L. WITH- ssessor and Collector of WT election, . to announce Oapt. ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1866

bow StaW aw* tliti WMWl iitTexjM- /"J i .• /JiS ; i # ■ |« i PSTteown " t, approved Au- ■ m " of flue Mm bv _i|r^ tbe State* or be in octoal robellion authority of th* GoTera- offici*! in SHU ««a-, «Kh— letter*, iMtbority. SOBT. K. SMITH. AVOAI 0«4A« For U. 8. Direct Tax Com're. OLUTHUIQ. CLOTHING! CLOTH 1161 mfm ao feat gBBrtelerepem ptw i«iong of thia of such State or of Columbia, ao therein ia re-ea- to collect the anma have been due from tiwt or holding pro r with the Is! I®- on of the act "for f direct taxea in inanr within the United other porpoaea," ap- b, 1808, the intareat . and by the •woe art it itlon to the iH„ JL)| ot aaid by the aid net Tax Co 11™«, n ■' <* athori&d to be cha upon each lot or '•apportioned 'of the Act of June 7th. b* ''that it diall be lawfnl ror owners of aaid lota or fond* within eixty daya af- commiaaoners dull have it) to pay the tax th i tibe same, respective] xy of the United 8Ufc< amiaeionera k certificate the said lands obi said tax."...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1866

Letters trom the People Vehicles— CITY. v. were not prmnt at Parkia*' Hall on Tliur*- dft flight, to witn*** th* repetlti.n of * But Lynns," ,«eept during th* lot nut* of the last act. The audience «M *tlll larg.. bur sot *gu*l to the sue of the night prseediug. It woald be a daiBt*W eiperiment. we think, to run a pl*y. how*v*r attract- in it oar be. more than three ni«hu *ueo** lv*ly. In a place not larger than Uotutoa. *• The aetinc continued to be cood. but there w** evident tilling ofl from what it *Moe the trst ™ HenUtionofthepUr. We cannot etate thl*. of upon our own authority, bat gather itfrora erttl representations of other# who witoua performance*. It U not Strang* that it iheld >>*"> been so. The actore knew that the freehj"0' ™ thine waa loetto aconiiderable portion' • «! '■ enoe, and that waa enough to dampeii ™n "l«* The ami piece waa acted again la*t o>ht-and wlu ^ repeated this evening. / There haa been eoroe Improve*"1111 ">• ■c,nerT- The brush of Mr....

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1866

mwx <J '71,1 VfKJi AM '*-•■■! ,'! MMml • ,.12S flea a oouatry of white named because the frer Of a higher r Asia tho«o of either ie between the fact tbat or tu itbetween^SSS the land of eorn or celebrated for ita abuud tad ail aorta of grain. country of rabbito or 10 In- animate, that the id * Augustus for an . iir^ y of pitch, from gtv*tqmnM*m of black iitwort. or iaac inbabi- <>«<! thte, westwards, w* *ld. oov«r ±w<i ■■ • wt and tin it islands. The AWon, whioh sig ittahm, from mm.* niOHt, lAraed |ihitol - *" "#rtHd has ptbdtt flMKft Btieir PotHav^f iuuie r names; Among kerBttm- . liion -;*< « tot I liavo never been hypothesis for, are Cli^ es out ot only one p ?*iiguiiu& a on; «n to there on than rsintho twhere continental itic Vw< B Bun*su 4efi«trifr m trae, derive e i« no pogjpSi •mgasJMmST. CWll T§QOO • d*tJa& for oacb £ . Africa U another Miatla. It hoc u* that the Greek Cap^ria to the origin of th " eri end Africa/ 1 often atrack „ , Latin HUpatij...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1866

, h i in* D&U JOISTS. nr BliOT -r .11.1 tr ..IittoK Owing Esohigsa. Wholesale and Retail, Driggists, J at WfP**li*OftM* Insu 1 re mw HimItIh flu* «W«" of """Hi kotto-I Carefully Selectwt Br cm* of lh« run. Wo ha«a-|aat raeotred a Uqt «* ^ •' * v^te'yS., v*- ' <r' '?'* fU# And Bitfot tonus. ', i' ~ - • ■ >; f IWTi PI'IWP" VutDikt'i Brown. 4«4ck llUrX Yellow Ocbn, * V il'*w .' . , Spanish Brown. o II,. Venetian Rait. illlertnlou, Hanimii-. Uiberoge, Rod bead, i . Muaoad Oil—raw and boiled- Urns Black. Pntant D *«r (^ua, Putty. Ulne. *au<l Paper. Km ry, Etneri I'W-<*A Kernf nr Laid, .!,•••• I,lni-i*d. 'fdoiWaV*' '' * By thodHse. <l*n or Vuroitur*. .. j w A fTouul, o T H |$ SING JKU^ tr i - 4 ■. i v. -1 n. 1„> v* * v vS * * * •* *■ "WRftjEAfflPM No. ? . , . I TH08. F. BROWN, 'Agent. ..T„, ,.««■ SIMPSON, BRANARD k CO. p X^t.1 iebiwwW MSMAV, STARLIT * iHWI, OEBS, ieucuun«u. uri •' AaiaUklndaof UMftfAglljhIIAMIMiTk . Will always beo on lm«d « Urge and HMral assort- ^^...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1866

WILLIAM *. KUD. V, FAT M AN * ZMOilOJI i M t&z£i 251S252S srjs.Wsrw5Kii ;tf aa*. 8n later- to Mw L oi«t o ordinance at vfiL'iua wzaa IMIK rillViUii HehnboMTs Fluid Extract Buehn shksi tod by the pW dff. • *«ttbew of New Orleans. ImprovedfBo^v^irsSbt '• ■< §?££fesS «>.r w«, set upin the partnership contin- P rty; inavce of ail the into alien 4 all con- plaintiff mortA to strike out thle answer as frivolekiftj thus bring ing op the whole question, and it " at some length a few d m m ' °be th V*e Nelmbohf* kvivt * FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU " H* WMiHyr, «f U>« proyaraueaa ol # r* q o n; Community at Large $s wily U*ait*r MmUd Powtri audBmpmtm. abov dl*M ae«B««tff« ffce aid of aZuiatfto. ~ raot Dunhaii the OrM t IM judicial ;ch).i arguing ■that It waa KLMBOLI> fl HIGHLY OOBCBBTBATBD W«M Extract SAvpprllla, , In the e way W« hare Jn*t leeeired from Krir York, per steamers 8ara$o«*avWUn ijntea aadSs^wick, aadwlllr*. oeiroby other ateamara to arrlre, a "extent as it had by the * U...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1866

. m: tm -..-vxi* iraMSPE mb* ■ uf ! ■>. K', — i.lfc'jpM | M1LLIWEEY. an CfMMtnitiaf I GOODS AT I. T. PRICES! H. E. PBBK1N8 * CO. RATI BBOBIYBD, AND ABI NOW OPENING uhiuvtob Lugtut aad Most Complete Stock* Com. Mer'lb.—Grocer#, fto. -r.V swtaass&Rsap^ Of DRY GOODS, MILLINERY AND , t FANCY COOD8f BYBB BBfORE RECEIVED IN BOOSTON-THIS STOCK HAVING HERN PUB- 0UA8ED Al'l'Kll Thk Great lierliue in Prices, •** • '•" " We are thus on l>;. J to ofler to our ftieud* Goods as tated In our hu.i ilut.'. ■ In making t!i!« mnauueemriif. we ask Parties desi- rous of imrchii n« to cu'l. examine nit Judge lof themsilvq*. Our goods were jmrchasod directly. from Importer*, and in Hoe Wh.te. Good, and Dress Trimming* w« } r ' *' Challenge Competition ^ JPE^KINS A; CO. UAVK isOMMlSR SllKS, Perkins & Co. lute Granadloaa, : Perkins A On. h,ve Melanges. Perkins ft Co. bavu Balsarines. < Perkins * Co; havo Parisian Strlpo*. Perkins * Co. have-Bilk Ohalie. Perklw* Oo. havo Embroidered Bobes. 7...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1866

HSnl 1 II BHEMOMD & CO. "PATENT MEDICINES. r th© mm Nt«ui*uu HOUSTON. \ fm & eauii -yj\ WHOLES ALEfc RETAIL _ for . .— . if it wm tojoopMtfi^ our own KiEt3£f CONFFXTIONEUV. itioo in tbs Aosoal id of two, before be-| into fall connection. which are not re- ft# on. the table one resolutions were in- referred to appropriate - on being received connection into the Anpnal ibh& 1RM admitted on pro- nnday schools shaii, when c part in the npon lintu action tb ft- the in anT^ elections missions and elections of agent*£ m iKtofadaries, on colored a^eto, on itlnerAucy and on appeal wtoi. . ■ Or. Wm. A. Smith, of Virginia, •tiittfd t^ foltow&ig 19 reference ,y delegation in Annual Confer- i'iieQuarterly Conference shall elect " the District Con- ^ to be a local a member of theCliureh landing, find at least ..ractfW. Conference shall elect ' (.reachpre to repre- t,hit floor of the an- *• nmntUr of MM .Use!J. Da- FonDEjrt LIGHTNING CURE I 1 AoflSAE<&r^l*&' iQTTff • . H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 April 1866

h.-; cli VOL. XXXIIT-NO. 16 =fc- HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 85, 1866—TRIPLE SHEET- •>* J 'in ispj-'/f i1 P B55 ?*•> • > • H S! iUf , m ' - DARLIHQ n lift1 constitutionally present wants. & nE RRI M A N 8. L. 8OUENTHAL A CO. AUCTION WHOLE General Merchandise, &o. J AIMS BAILEY. •V* ' ' rSA*VK H. UAtLBY 1 ,«j i' J. & F. H. BAILEY, Wfc'oleile inf&eUii MAIN STREET, iton. WILL MAKE LIBERAL AOVANCES ON ALL KINDS Of MBROBCAia'DiaXI. AUCTION SALES EVERY TUESDAY and THURSDAY dwsi-«ttwt'r>'nr"BueM"t*'OC|OCK'A* *'■ HAVE THE Grand Auction Sales! S. L. HOHENTHAL & CO. Will nail at THEJIt AUCTION ROOMS. • Main Street, ©IV TI'GNDAY A.VD THDB8DAY APltIL writ A.VD S6T1I. A 8UPERB ASSOItTMB.VfcO* MEI10I1ANDISB •such a . DRY GOODS ! DRESS GOODS. Willi® GOODS, LINEN'S. LAWNS, MU8I.INS. j ■ • >t ,■ ( -wA -• ; ' l'RINTS, OKOANDIES, GLOVES, ) HOOP SKIRT!!, UMURELLAS HOSIERY, ETC., ETC, A clioti'e Vo wlion of Spring and Summer Clothing ! GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, BO ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 April 1866

teMi & BuImm IMIm tbnw B DM MBt «4Y M ■4,mm it iklMwith &;n' • la Af«t fcrtfco T* , uwr* o—«n*t A(,«ut fijii i Ii'v '■ ■ 34. 1866n . (jte i Tbtre never was. in the huto^ of the goatfeem Suites, nor, indeed, in country,a K oMJsetTntivo wU- [ by oar statesmen, and people, as feedestinyofihe (in the balance. We i {be verge of the most portent- i known to the history £ TJ«e fevolutins of JI861, aire losing the f flieir splendor in the ad- ' w of its approactiiiig Ti^ dbje^ of menaces us is MtliittgqMMti ratrlem than theow- ■ , eolwrtitnttonal govefff- 8t*t ,fbuB<i«>d sage* of the hop* of i^pnblk«n piiliiffl&: mmj ie beauty, mode the Bad^ li^ity i G« rtgre6S^ «hang$ iu character aluigtsiliw, and HJ ..^ ivo been trained to irw .. tar* of eohstitational it the shrill'of .strange s If the Radicals auc- fche poll' V and in M the eon death of the Republic of America, less will have coine iviHaed wo?id, for years to come, will ^sup- despotism, howevetVb^i rnther than trust Uy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 April 1866

** % k , ■ ■r ■ TELEGRAPHIC. THK rVBNIOKNI'K MPeBCII from the New Orl«*n« paper* of tho Mllh. Washington, April 18. —In reply to tlie crowd of soldiers and sailors assembled at the White House this evening, to pay their respects to the President, President Johnson said : I confess that in the present pus- ture of public affairs, your, presence and address give encouragement and confidence to me in my efforts to dis- charge the duties incumbent on me as chief magistrate of the republic, and in what I limre to wtj F •Khatt'ntfdrgBf' you in the character of citizens, sail- ors aud soldiers. (Applause) We are to-day involved in one of the most critical and trying sanations that have occurred since the Gov rn- ment came into existence. The na- tion 1ms another tent still to undergo, and that is to give evidence to the nations of the earth and to its own citizens that it has the power to rein- tore internal peace, that it lias strength enough to put down treach- ery and treason within its...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 April 1866

fill TELEGRAPH m TELEGRAPH. n mi - I^ESliw* kind to attain to liberty, the a. .41: a* •• ...... p U i *9 1— iv.'.l! ovjUtnUL^l; **V- Ul Vfnw PvhW VIIHNI W ■ * mg**- «* ,■« 1 ItiHc * •!«■: dtturBdrW oftiuNm. MtWMIWlk *. Xmmu U Af mt tar tho T*w Ik H«y U Owurat TnrvUag Ijnt April 26, I860. states*: H LL-To- lcht~TlOIC- Ws--:fn i in that history of Mammal i, has any party received, * and T " - of *p- anaihi* the ■ embryo HnHftal r in the present can vwm. filo Grande, 'to the Indian Na- i instincts of the t of the eondemna- State U being pro ?*$?« 'Texas is oo| i never a reality, bat ,,. «$* j to do witfc It, and who r to> e of aaeceu in the. .effort,. ooatMt. aatl tm makt> vain the entire | toatatfawi of the vart world of tlwught expenditure of b'ood and treaanre in and feeling in the «ouL It ia the art- behalf of the Union. It la an attempt t# wipe oat, with the sponge of AUae- heed, treachery and maliee, the troth of hiatoiy. It U an attempt, by a cowj> d'etat, to ctuugV^ ch...

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