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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 June 1865

;v- all their powers. Arid it is the duty o. every good citizen to use hisutmcst endeav- ors in main'aiuinj? the supremacy of 1 and in the preservation ot order. Otrci- authorities, Ei. rittve and Jndc ' tnd« '*or to re - l« crime and 1; "88 I >£y bringing to np-e-. , ... , offenderr, whether tuej uiu. .mesingl. or are associated in luw!e-s band- of armed marauders: and every officer should receive the cordial suppor of every good man, in his efforts to secure the ends of justice and uphold the majesty of the law. We are in duty bound, as Masons, to re- lieve the distresses, and contribute to he physical and moral well being of those con- nected with us by the mystic tie. We are further bound to inculcate and practice universal benevolenoe. These troublous and trying times call loudly to us to remem- ber these sacred obligations, and discharge the?e sacred duties. The late calamitous and protractcd war ha4 laid distress on •\many of our brethren—has brought woe, and anfm;sh, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 June 1865

BT TELEGRAPH. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. HOUSTON. JUNE 1 . VM. M.8EN- _jfetNMr, mms Wa in MlHr'nl to MIMMBC* BRIG. Oil. M. #. ^•SStfSA .Governor.*" CAPT oflux.tBWftawJw^ai tf alveetaa. The 4Upe«Uion of top* Uok tiponandUtt about the dark features M the sitaatlftMiQ diUtt upon iht diffieultlei la tht W ^ t0 ,kww ®°W water «M* My attempt to prepare ti« publio MM for reconciliation ud good feeHaf, i* ia «t view, «*eee<li gly.rep*e- honeible n4 W* l I®0- 14 Mn do themer othere to thai croak, we do sot gee, aad OMWet comprehend. If they mo nothing before the people but universal confleoatioa, dlefroaohlienieBt and ru'i, in the nine of sense where is the use of doobUaf the horror by talking about It ? And tf lite balance of the people prefer to look With a more hopefnl eye upon affairs, why net l«t then t Admitting that Paqd«- mooiua it to bs let looee in Texas, at leaet it would be miWfal to let the people enjoy the mesienta^y respite from these terrors, whieh aeeideot haa given them. Bat we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 June 1865

'//" THE HOUSTOJN TRI-WEEK.L 1. J.JUUVTltilX A. VOL. X >£XI — NO. 38. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21. 1805. WHOLE NO 3394. M4HON1C. Tlie Grand Lodge of Texan A.F & A. M. K M Elgin. Austin, G**t d Master R'l-Vrd Daglss, Cr. ckett. Pepu'y G an 1 Mast, r AM8 ntry. Hi u ton, O 8 W P 0 Turk'-r, Onlvrston, O J W Jtrop" 8or!ey, Galre-t .n. U Treasurer Geo H B-lrghurst. IloU't >n, Q Serr«tarv W V riwgln, Oolumi 1 , 1st D D G >1 Joi attiaD Nix, L' C^taart, i I do W U MCutchln.Unlon Hill 31 rto Ham Mather. N w Dram felt 4 h do F R Sexton.SanAugnttlnt, 5'h do , .1 F Taylor, Marshall, #'h do V W B Bolts, Houston, 7 b do W s Petty, Bright Sur, Sb do W P Jrlttaln.Rn^k, 9 k do E L Beauiuort, Q j; i vies. 10 h do II Chamb -rlln, Brown, v Ue,12t do .1 B Jones, Con-lcnna lS;h do .1 8 McC.mpbeP.O llad, U'h do C C L"tid, Liberty, IS'H do W G Veal. V •al' Station, 16th do Wn> Tbavton, Han 8aba, 17tn do Ii \! DiUKhrrty, Attscosn, 18th do b D Rose'nborougb. Bolton. 19th do W W O.Sia^ffliliJ.J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 June 1865

®tleg wpb E. H. COSHtWO, Editor and Proprietor HOUSTON, JUNE 20, 186ft. An honest and onaaly character and course has alwajra exctsd the jealousy of those not possessing aacb a character and lincapabie of following such a course. Du- ping secession and the war, there were (those who had not the manliness anl de- motion to do any thing positive for either |.ihe Confederacy or the Union ; their chief rharacterietic was their skill in so trim- lining as to taka gocd car* of themselves. I At the ssme time thej sought in every way Ito annoy and ditparage earnest and de Ivoted war men, on the presumption, which [they were willing should be tacitly ie- lceived, (ha* they thennebres were good ■war men. They were loud in their pro- fessions of desire for the goad of the [confederacy. In the way of croaking and Idisparaging every man who really tiled Ito do any thing meritorious; at the same time taking care to do nothing themselves. Now, that the war is over, and the Union, is to be restored...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 June 1865

1'iiiST. June l'J—The 8team liip Peruvian from Akerpool, with dates to the l>t, h«s irrivt-d here. The Atlantic telegraph able was completed. i Lon don,May 20.—The Daily News hopes that mercy will be extended to Jeff Davis, though severe punishment should be meted out to him. It stated that Uuenos Ayres had declared war against Paragua. and the Argentine Kepublics were marching a strong fore*. Consols 92. U. S. 523's 06i" The Liverpool cotton market was dull. The weekly sales would aeach 5000 bale?. Middling 4ti£. Louisville, June 14, 12:'<0 — New York advices represent the completion of the At- lantic telegraph company's cable, and that Europe and America will be in telegraphic lonTmunication nexj month. new Yokk, June 14.—Gold 140 and quiet. Cotton 42. The rebel General Slaughter arrived at Havana from Muta- moros on the 11th. John Mitchell, editor of the Daily News, and recently of the Richmond Examiner, was arrested this evening and taken to Fort Lafayette. The steamers Pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 June 1865

iiMWwMfl&ffcfiapIi HOUSTON, JUNE 81, 1866. TIB SOVITOI TlllClirB IsttMSb* Mfr..M-Weoklyaa4 Weekly. irt MabMrtvtlMii %=£=$ M lb* «Bd Of tbt . ii—into art anii Mm if IItihUm • i* fMB turn in n vaauv. IT. itr. la. * • * ipto Bw..... I0e.... 3D ....41..... far Agate n «w wssnr far Agste j— i —- .We (Lr etch tneortSoo dvertlse taenia will he laMtted at • lea* charge Mo advertise taenia will I ^dv'Jrttaoweets ertam! ID thlapaper, without the ^tUno Mu WHcldi 4. will to published ta tk« A^erttoeM an aytuwlarlj reoneetodtoorjUf their sdverttaosiente'for a del Ua Ume snd not UU bftldl* SferttaeawK* ~t ill i turbid" will bo charted tor «. new advertisements dally. ... _ ..... . • Trt-Wuekly, lit. and t* Wsekiy alone. itO. , nr* n '■ 1 - g=^rrg=g >0 anam—nlsaflna will b« public ad to th'i taper, apospt at Ike aptku. of th# editor, aud than # lj wlta a rolfoaaiblo nana or raiereoce ao- •aapMtoa It. koewa toth* editor. CoaMnlaettoaa designed to adraboo the for- mal or fobOoat lateralis of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 June 1865

u THE HUUSTOJN TRIWEEKLY TELKOftAx Ix. VOL. XXXI—NO. 39. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1865. WHOLB NO 3395. OFFICIAL. Ui.ikiuaetifs District or Tnis.l UaLVIsfO*.Juba 19, iSuS. J GENERAL OhDEK, No. 1. I I'ur.ui t to order* from the He 'q're. Mint tj Oivl ion ..i tue foutawe t, daUd Now U ie.t >.Jiue IS, 18U6, tlla Uii'JeM'gutd i'jJi i. J ol ail troop* wlih.n tbe otate of ftX<n II. No p t>-es >*r pr.t ml o wt I ot- reevig. 4 -1 <n '.he coas'of ftXi" x:tpt by uulliorl y fro •• lie:., n'lar- e.\ Mlllta y D.vUiu. ol h. . ut n >. s- m r .u .nese Hea'.ltiu titera. G. GaA.NGKil, (-UUP1 ) M .| ii Ge irr i 0,iadi*i tilnr. JitAHlUAIiTliKb DUTaU'T oF TlXiS, I UAtVia.O.N. June 19 1815. ) UENKUAL OllUtlti, Sj. 2. Tuh null of li e DIs 1:1 1* u noon ed us 1. lows-: M j.jr F W Eoi.ry, limited States Vuluuuens, A. A. IJ ma .i e.e .. '«l Lite i C . i J C Pal i#v, 0 6 Vj unteers i-. I taut In sues or ') .;m 4I. LU-ji 1; L u ,li l:i Ml u l. liiolt Volunteer ,V: ovost l.i ui. u J .a cl.r, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 June 1865

jP ■■ — y "* and Propri« or_ • «"6 ■""" WVVM ■■■■■ t ——-—.— is at length been beaten ddwn by shot aud JL. . '^hJZ' • fiWBTON, JUNE 88, lit, , The long agony i> ever. What the South hu feared, and fought against, from the beginning of the government until now, hM at length been accomplished. The ne- groes an now set free throughout the length and breath of the Southern States. Texas was the last to receive the mandate, but it came yesterday.- In the boyhood of the old men of the present generation, a few fanatics, as they were called, clamored for the emancipation of the slaves, and were scouted from respectable political society, both North and South. As they grew stronger, and as Southern statesmen, bead- ed by Mr. Calhoun, called npon the con- servative men of tho North to unite with them in measures to stop an agitation so dangerous to the peace ei the conutry, their fears were laughed to scorn. This syren song of peace was sung until the political defences of the " institutio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 June 1865

strange looking Trteimboats btvo been at j nineteen-h ewitupv ! Art* yet n "thine j • UkAU tiliiu viu u> "S mir Uuding, illy calculated, we should tbink, to withstaud the porils of lied Eiver Ajiyigation, being aa long as the "moral law" and old enough to sleep alone, which som« of them wilt do unless carefully nurs- ed. tffnee the nrriva! of the Fuderal gaui ton fjf thia post, cur stteels have been throng*d with oolor/d individual* of all sizes who 1 aye cotne, as they say, "to look afier Uuir rights." Wo learn thu< many of theni havu rs.turned to their homes ufier an untMicoetsful seuroti for that commodity, whda otbtrs more tner- get'c, ate indus ri n l,y t ^gaged in dig ging among the dirt und fihh of our streets aft<r it, thinking, probably that the rebtln have kuiied it to k ep th^ blue jackets , from finding it. The following is a list of the losd, n- far as nscertnine 1, on the Kentucky : John Dou r, Diuiel Ftgatey, 11. Kin-I cuin n, Josi'p'i Wilson, John Burn-, W, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 June 1865

to-<TeeM|liUgrapfc boosts. June n, imm :K im'' lv*. t • i. m..........411 tib ■•••Toa imiiiri b |MHM Mr. Trt-WMtl! h< WnMt. T«W •« WltllriftlW la. l«. in. it. •iiww- _ *11 abwripUotaa dtacooilnoed at U>* rad at the "law paid tor onkiHi • • pedal arrannmeoU hi aada •'•rum mf MfwiMli ib in milt in nifmu. it. iw. 111 •* I«>t* He I0r .... 30 -...4I—• * U n ibm ni-tuiiT. A«*te lin«L~...U. tOr JOo. 7ft Ilia.... II nrTfi*. wtmi. VM%M 1b .... .10c hit « ch iBMfttot tin adTerlUetne >t win b • lueit^d at a Imm cb«rge ^?ivMtlMkmi oni#-«d (13 tfci« p«r«r. without the •Jtrton Mng d. win be published to the reonertod 'o oris* nod I'Ot "lilt will be charged 4k7 'ortl4r era puit'ola-lT refltie* tMr MlvrtliMtDant* lur a •'«!# He 1I01 ferWd." • Mil 1 .rb'dM « *• ae new «dVi Trt-Wuekly, Xvr v nvw«dvm<lMtDW>l* dul y KW Wrtklf , |tl, ai>d in Weekly afro*, ill. i'«aln lor pot .Trt-Weekly > olllc 0O0' wi'l b" ptibi-hfd WrtklT lot $2ft; luDrll) * >0 eoannaaloa Ion wHI b* paWWe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 June 1865

THE HOUSTON TRI-WEEK1 DTJ — —- ■ a vjr JLIj-^TLXT fX« VOL. XXXI—SO 40. HOUSTON, MONDAY, JUNE 26. 1865. " WHOLE NO 3396. OFFICIAL. UiiAWiRTSIS. DlglglC* or ''fcXtb, I IjiLV-jiiU.X, Juue 11> it! i J OLNKhAL ORDERS, Mo. 1. Tue oli.il of u.e Dls.iU'l ta trnocu -«d «fo.lo*«: M Jur > W Km.ry, United S'.atcs Voluuteais, A AdJuu iUe erel. Lu-. i (Jul J ti P..I let, U S Vj.nuteers AiWtani lu fee.or U u oul. Lleiii O.11 L ugu la. M h Initial* jluuttere.P. ovoe- M '.rali..I lie *-iel. U U'. U ,. J li UhabditT. U 6 Vjiuateers.Obl-- Cl'iar te; m n-ler. C pt TU M. yei, U & Volunteer!, Oblef Co >S . b . t nee Sun<o.. U B Waitf, U 8 Vj'unteeis. M die . Ol "N ci'tl: 0 W Fx. 26 tt X:« Y-rk Oi. t ol b.pt'i Uowel.6 & MlckUtii Haavjr AiUUeiy. Cm*i "'t'lfM Lieut J L HaVer, 2Jd Wmxn.lU V-iui >t. r . Cou.u-1 bal* •" Mu t -f*. il lo W L Aveo, U S V.i a leer. ,A DO C.-p< 0 S-ue 'I. t' 6 Vum-iecrs. ADO 1 U GUA.SUKlt, i~-hu" ) it i <r (i-uet*. cjiuui-u ii.k. llfiAlXJL'ABtKBS DlBToI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 June 1865

gri-3foefcIflS*ItPtapit «. M. 0WEt>8, Mlgr gm| Prspntsr. U 0U8T0N, JUNE ,24, 1866. 1 want rough labor. skl"*l labor, educated labor, huian tsSOr, horw W, machine ▲ genial climate, and a productive •oil Invito occupation. Ho# ia the time to oometnanft "make yourselves at home.'" We tears Ami 4ba Hew York journals that European emigration is now setting into America, in greater volume than ever before. Mont of this emigration goes to the North-west. It has been the making of that country. Under the new ooadltion of affairs, no country in tlw world cau cfT*r such inducement*' to se'Vtei-, Tc '''. There is nowhere on th« ftce A #i > such a combination of good, *>ii, e >< a cli- mate and general adaptedness a* this. Heretofore, our main crop has been cot- ton. So long as it keeps at its present price it can be raised successfully by free labor, at wagea that prevail in Illinois or Iowa. But there is another crop that is destined to far surpass in value the best cotton crop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 June 1865

Ill e •y, ) a •an >er |«y- the !id Ife- 1 ^ ^er |'0U- latal Lent lows Is ot' hunt foi iml eth- ileiit . . !ul*-1 Itliar mil v tlir Mr. Ibl-ell |):iiiv lilt, in Iptimi doc- ■oiisi- ^'nion iro- i utl * since uler have •lica- 1,11" iimp This peremptory mau-lafe tvidtuiilv fcrrl-e- - e persons fo whom ;! <jtras aj- ' dreceed. They instaully seat Jo a back at I Matamoi'tt fur the requisite funds, aud complied with the "request" of Col. Bin- | by paying him aad his men iu specie. Fr in tbe Matemoros K urbero, Miy a. For tome days past Browusvil'e has1 been in process of evaoualion by ihj I Confe crate forces, under General Sluugh ter. This makes some halt dozen times that Brownsville has elfr ,-d H>iods during the J American revylut ,• It was held I!t>t \v the Few .>;] „< .«• , it was held by Jl< S.ui« I* l vj:.. Y -1 ; tllird- , ' ' 'an ■ , Ford, -. :t'!'r . i'u j>, , ''.hi .>iv .y ibe i'uder.u-t under tiens liamt and Huron; fifthly by Confederates under Col Fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 June 1865

m rklg $*Ugn|& I T. 1; HOViTON. JUNE M, IMBu| T* SOVfTO* Tiiimri U peWWe# feliy. Trt-Weekly aed Weekly. Tirai ml HrtMiDdMi , •;:?'< <1. la. «*. IN. . 1.1 jfjl" Wufcty" WWII' ^5 M W W^kly Mi Jl * ,... «UI iihcrtirtltiM aiM-ounaueu •< toe end of lit* kwptU tor soUse rsptiti arrsuaemeuts r m«<l« r«M mf A<T«nblHi II 131 MHI a VM-WIUU. If. IV. Ill * , osteal* tin*—.i............10u .... .„.4U- n t«> iii-vatu. Jtn Agate*!* lA- Mr—. 1h l *....• is *u tjut. *ac Agate - He tut r. eb lowrttot Ma advertisement* wUl b • l>ise:t?d at a lea* charge taa H Advertisements ordered tit this pi(er. wtlboat tht w-UHoa M<ig oetll<.d, «Ja«* w'.ll be" published ta the requested to ord i Advert*#™ are putwnUHr . ... Vbotr wl«rrtl«CDietil lor a <Jet U« UuioanJipt 'till *erbfct" A<lvertl*eni<rt«"t|ll forbid" will ba charged 1 <>r a* t>aw adveritewneuls daII; Annoat aauiant* tor puMtc ' tSSc- • wil be pub>{I h- d •* ha5«y.trl'We«fcljr Weekly tor $iS; li.D.U: ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 June 1865

v -*.r THE HOUSTOJS TRI WEEKLY TKLKGRAPftr. 'J VOL. XJtXI—NO. 41. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, JUNK SS, 1865. OFFICIAU UmimuiRTits. Distwc* or tbxm. \ u4lv£lto.\, J ittt* w. is"- > UKNKHAL OUPKitS, No. 2. Th* utaff of tha District U nonn-<d m follow*: Mujor F W Hmory, United States Volnnteera A AilJiii Di Qe-irral. iilent Col J 0 Palfrey. U 8 Volunteer* As Utant in- jector UenitraL Lieut 0)1 L muh lu, 94tb XlllQold \olaoteera,ProvoBi M«rabal Ue< eral. . _ LI at Col J U Ubandier. 0 8 V olaatcert.Clilef Quar- termtsUr. ; C pt T 0 Noyei, U S Vcluuteeri, Chief Commissar? Mabslcteoo*. Surgeou C B White, U & Volunteers, Mtdlcal i>t rector. Capt U W Vox, 2#th Mew York Battery, Chief of Artillery. . ., Capt o Howell, 6;h Michigan Heavy Artillery, Chlel ot Orduanc*. first l.ltsut J L Baker, 23d Wisconsin Volnnteera, Coraml anry or Mtutors. Malor W L Avery; U 8 Volnnteera, A DC Can C h Sargeut, U 8 Volunteers. ADC G QUANUKK, (S'Kueci) M«|Or General Commanding. Hkadquaktehs District or ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 June 1865

fri-JffMfelg&etegyaph Houston. Tune 27. 1866. f'; f fcf r K. K. CIBCTi, Mfcg and Prspnsier. - EnfiMir Redwood, of ike Island City, hu our thaaks for Ute papers. We ai« indebted to Charles Hill, purser of the steamer * Banks" for Mobile papers of last Thursday. See card of Biding A Patrick, whoi hare lately added largely to the attractions of their Photograph Gallery by the receipt of a largO Hock of material, photographs, Ac. Wo are glad to ees ear old friends W. L. Macateo & Co. have re-opened their office, and are prepared to do business as of old, in cotton and commission. Their atten- tion always scoured them a good share of business, gad probably always will. Dr. Phillips arrived on Saturday from Austin. He informs us that matters wore quiet there, and people generally disposed to wait for tye wagon* >' • 1—■ We call attention to the card of Sorley, Smith & Co*, who have re-opened their hooao ia Galveakon. This.old and substan- tial firm needs but to publish the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 June 1865

r* and the lutiinu taking the sugar of JMaes Hryarly, who has been & soldier since July, 1861, and has not yet returned. All ms means, the result of some years of close ap-! plication to business, bad, during his ab. sence, been invested by his uncle In this sugar, as a safe investment. It has all been swept away by thieves. We under- stand that an officer of that bloodless body, the reserve corps, who never faced a more dangerous enemy than these sugar barrels, has been prominent in the actioQ—a per- fect Rob Roy "of a depredating chieftain. On Wednesday last, these heroes cap- tured a wagon load of sugar which had been purchased of Mr. Bryarly's agent, his uncle, by real soldiers, just returned from their commands—men who had not been fed regularly on sugar, but some- what on lead; and these heroes of victo- rious campaigns against private property, pounced upon and divided it; being first lully warned by the returned soldier in charge of it, who it belonged to. There arc all ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 June 1865

■JT e«t-W eti|S<ugi*yfc HOUSTON, JUNE in, 1866. ,-,-y u^n.nlmitj U the supreme virtue of (be hoar. Great trials require greatness of •o«l to meet them. Never waa iu benijf- nut influence ao much needed an now. It is needed on a larger scale, and after a loft- ier manner, than ever before. It is needed in the relations between the North and tbe South. It ia needed in tbe relations be- tween the different States. It is needed in the relations between individuals of North- era and Southern birth. It is needed in tbe relations between the officers and soldiers of the Federal trmj, and the Southern poo pie and soldiers, among whom they are on duty. It ia especially needed among the South era people themselves. It is very difficult to be magnanimous now, when it is moat re- quired. American human nature is all morbid now. There is hardly any healthy filing in the country, Kverything is seen through an intensely exaggerated medium. And morbid feelings are the most danger 011s elements o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 June 1865

PlAMOn! PIAMOS! PROFESSOR HUKKVK arnounce* to Ihe clttieun "I Houston th:>theha> ..... led In thl« rlty for tbe purp-ae ol VLNlSU A.\0 REPAIRING PIANOS. He Warrants i.m work to ttlvu avlitactIon Orferi ipft ,.t JJ. t. K x'-i f'or", on Main itreet, i r at lilacO! e near Kredetlci.'a Jrug sioru. will bt |o«t,irtly nit n !e.l tu. Iluiyr >n, Junn 22 dly John Wolstum <j. u. wills chshlbs vipo* WOLSTON. WELLS & VIDOH, cotton F*oxoaa and General Commission Merchants NTKANOt <*alve ton. ItriLL RKCKIVK COTTON an<l other produce for Vf «al • or *b pmetjt. Will execute orders tor Plim ii'tiuu buppltea. wUen accompanied by ca b,or S'tuied t v C 'UhiKiit.ient of prxiuce. Instruction* will e Im i icttlv okx yed. Account *Alea promptly rerd^red. •d p. oc >tda of fttios always ready when called for. .IniK 2' A6m FRANCIS L. BECKER, 1? ANUFACID RKH &> REPAIHEE 07 FIAN OS Urcauii AlelodoouMi Arc, MOST RESPECTFULLY INFORMS tho cl'lasens of Houtiiuu aim Gaives- ton tb'it ...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 June 1865

*sf' mmmm mm trytmt«wi eiUssss f «■ PI IP I 'im.k fim "?*v :m' 1 ItftlMMptMwrtfiki i st this um, (Ohr u auch au- I is pssrtlcshte, only needs the ep- pHtaHns of little wmm mum, md a Hill* pesotleal, Hn0ghlf6fw rd reliance upon that iwm mw The practice mum ao nwM^ I^M *• military offl- mm for lafaaslim la relation to thia ■•Uar, Is naaMwrj ud sbsurd. They haven# mm ksowledg« in the premises, K> the stwamstesoes, than the |P eon&irjr. They eimply csrryeut tha orders we ktia seen pub- listed, mi opgbt to usderetssd. Why than MRlfcMftUy and ussvnillngly uk «fU>iad adriae whatto do? .socordlng to hla Inetruo- i declared the negroes free. Tha M!** hotaf fres, tha people of thia State most look upos oil block labor from tlfettM forth m free labor, joat m free M Vhtte labor, ud g«*er themeelvee so- agHi|lj It Is tMetbsttbceeseis mod- tlai, bat «ot changed by the frot that the aigNM mm oil found, by their newly ar- rived freedom, living wtth their former maatera, and that. It ia hn...

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