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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 January 1866

t THE CITY ' Meaara. Hen rick* k Co., on Main street have juat recelrrd a large consign- meat of superior Oramwell bulled Buck- wheat flour and aevaral other luxuries. Housekeepers if ill remember this and ha on baud before it la all gone. Horse thie/es seem to do as they please now-a-dkjs, and we hear of a horse bein| stolen nearly every morning.. We have tbe beat reasons for aaying- that the majority of these thefts are oommltted by vicious negroes "t Gift EifTaaPaisi —We opened oar battery upon these hambngi' yeaterday morning, and It waa amusing to see how the shot took effect. The enterprising chape who have started these things bad an idea that tbe people of Texas ware all graetu boms and they Weold bite at their baits. We always knew these things to be bare- faced impositions and for tbe purpoae of testing them we invested a dollar, but with little expectaiiou of drawing a "valuable gold watohi-worth-S3UQ.'J -Itaoon keeaaM kXiown wbo we were to the chaps, a#d we (were taken t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 January 1866

-tj-— 7S is d*y , could not bowt of a < of violent deaths than i in Galveston during the ?• and nights. The coffin Rl r | >o&V# ur- mmm0' T us> i*«A ACC«. *-f' ,.*>■! tlx vile land other sections, „ , floating here with devilty alone in ed of such the better, no matter what •*« resorted to by the law- abiding portion of the inhabitants. If ■# *SW inr— Dear Sir:—I ass"* tMeUtoat ibaths« *ton conaty BsU I accident, which is U fc pj n# ws^irps n, b t CDS iii Which so (b« broken 4*- pii lbs app«K to Houston,' ______ neck liuared" before And it appears that the ladies for tWe was notone • go - S this tooidwt af«*£#Ul BtiMBmmSm. "m saE _ i wr^nDfe^pints' over «v«ral ola rickety Rty , and .owns np d , iwwatar. pp«r <l to Will ihff--N'rs diitmar ttoift ' ite ihs uar# «mwa i{ (raitge pioceadiog,afl .yetwo raid noitn ut.at-jehu gpeod making boor, whoa a floclt in afield "U the roud to mhnm ifeJr bkse, and [ O'iuc'.uded tl)< y omild pans before the train conld reach „| bn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 January 1866

1 m ■' • n f7 ; VOL XXXI—NO. 13a HOUSTON, TEXAS, MONELY. JANUARY 22, 1866. — DARLING 4 MERRIMM, • -J is.' STO. X .i j i... *'•' a ■ TAN ALSTYNE'S BUILDING, .it '«!i'ijj..!*; 4 J 8. L. BOHEI^TBAL A CO. AUCTION , AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREET, , i f./v . i' , 4 ■ton, Texa«. WILL MAKE LIBERAL. ADVANCES ■ ON ALL KINDS OP VTETaOHCAKTr)i«E. AUCTION SALES ' " ''•> «' Kir (•>.' if;. . Mi •. oh! ' I .. , i every [Written for tbu liupday Telejtaph.) Sound Social Amusements. present upheaving and de- state of society there is TUESDAY and THURSDAY ' Commenoiii* At 11 cVslock, A, M. . iARet Aiicnflij gti.il S. L. HOHENTHAL & CO. I' '"I .! ft ') Wlll/iolUt THEIR auption ROOMS, I, • kin Street, 17 i'_; ) .i Ui-tt • ■ ; i .. Tuesday, January 23d, 1866, AT ft O'CLOCK, A.M. " MAIN STREET, lOXTSTON, TOXM, " ,/ 1 '1 t -f 7 ARE A I ,'< h t t t 7 DAILY RECEIVING • ■ i 4 A ■. 3 J O ..( V/ j cii' •tWK : h; ttl ; 'M f.lwiT Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, ^^$1 I ''r: *1 ,J 4 H f' f) ■ M 'i .'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 January 1866

tfelrw with the pro. but,—excepting of WH cerUiu few,—thuir ele- nd Kketclie* have rritb a mild ixlor of w® lukVta * iu a horror of what ia wholly I in litet&ture, we inded admiration rather fe«4 «b. mZ, •tarv« and with vapid, i«Wf * d because tb«y & trouble ewfnU gm m - V ,; lt*M «*<J BU^ interact rfrongly tempt ~ to diav«aa diem.' hat wo pat them by to obwrw why we expect* something dliforeat to the future. ..... -. ..... . Andlr*t,thereexist* whatever fe tadividual, iodepeud- J paalleWdme^al acttrity. Theermta Mf idioayoeratM. We *ould ^ ave yeaia have ploughs r: from its . very bottom, ihinpftiwro shocked, and shook* [stnng into rjrid exorcise. Thejr wip keep am thinking, they will keep t teellpg, sad they must hare Vent' n, the wish fitly to honor and era - i the terrible and sublime history, LftfSlT^«WL«BaU^ blood out of our quivering hearts, ill be a powerful stimulant. The de- sire to repel calumny, to win the worlgfc iait,Judgment, to obtafii moral righto tf not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 January 1866

a AGEiYCIiiH. SOUTU^KN SND * KHIEUN LAND, COLLECTION & COMMISSION AGENCY, UAMDLB Southern Und aud property of *11 de* JH drtpUon*. Partb-s wishing to Hell ire invited to (or**>4 Unto. Numerous applicaUou* now ou tile from (Wi-tlea wishing to purcliase. Make collection* ou til ftut* of the country. Pay •poculutteutlon to the sale and disposal of Southern product!, and make advance. TiKW H. BRTDOK, Manager, ( It road St., Ni'w York City. mi direct cuigij^uiuents. Hon. Bent. Fltipatrtek, Ex-Uovernor Ala., f. Har- mony'* Ntpbews 4c Co., Hankers, 38 Broadway; Messrs U. B. OlaBn 4. Co., Importer*. K. Y.; k. (rreenluof, Esq Banker. New York. ~ " Kefereacn by Permission Fttipatrlck, E*-(iovurnor Ala., P. Mar- novl4-dJttw3m TEXAS LAID ARB JOUICTIM AQiNCY. Cll. JOHNH <lrOU., Austin. For purchase •and tale of real estate, payment of Taxes, udjust- maatofolatmstoland andotlier property.claims against the State or Federal Onvrrnmeat, collodion of debts, aad furnishing such InXoauatluu ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 January 1866

hprto «# -Mvim fcwtfc. «stary of War. MiiStap ton^ to a ] Dort htupwf tour $jug the twvjMj wMeh «d«rait* will fti'.uw ami the other IgiM hao agmt stuatilns to go- bCWstiaaity ha intipir- „/oftfco fine* irorks of! In i wtlutlji 'nnrlntinrri uty. Bat hi modem , _... * •* left1 teiteelf in the matter of decoration, I had beciiMB3q oted to; prove (raja- s' fetfta ite «wn inter- I'M* l||g|W^ 'Mia- take, ulthoHgh an apposite course in ' jdasrtcal MBitiry Bfldly rihow«. Nev toe1fc.it tke'eye ehonld Wrtrbc cheated W fefyfrb beWrty, , aa«i' tiwfe'tfrwB -q beauties of un- i^takablt ttepth. and riohneaa iu-ii^ dwft twrtb, whisk he who hath flie .awi^ jaggy ewaawe laofcbaokwsi*d. bat with "Ah! fenMi*- . i illrMfl Xa^:;§4 ; i UlUt I "' fort IN® «4##| dtorfnl mewing* attd truths msffeSi ''" ' ii ■mm glorious its outer BR BBf&t bleseed MB* ibid, and circle y<*,- Much ^ladahd wen, la of the truth dee* not ipMlf 1 ' ! 11 ~T"r thaw when •wp^tic^ly re- upon, fn«h a U* i W,> It oaaaotbe '<...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 January 1866

Tuxcirr kCfc r«fc Directory. Ourtis, Rector. "lease, Pastor. lames. Winp'y Pastor, van. Putor. , Putor. SS.5&2T* jeUMM L_ *t to srefr*« to all visiters. {K h1?. .f ——l^r. MarpU, of th Old Capitol Hotel. MTe an interesting party to many «f his Irlendu op Prid eveuiug. The bouse waa throated with the bumitj uud chivalry of oar o«y aad ererjrttaiuK passed off happilr aodi merrily. Those who were preeoul wul everremelnber the occasion a one ot the happieat of their Uvea —— We .publiahed an item yesterday ooaeeraiug a case tried before Httcurdnr Fergunorta few days ago wbeo the K- coiilur waa reported to have charged the cunts to the complain nt In a State notion W« are requested, by tb« friends of Urn Nut-order , ana other interested parties, to eay that the report! are incorrect. We bav- beard so maoyisoilfttetiir! statements <botir ittn mat* ter that wo abull have no mur« t • uy about them. Beoordur Ferguaoa ha* always treated ua kindly aud wn bad uu hostile feeliags him in pub...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 January 1866

filll B '.ft , 1 ft.* ' ' ,/., u mm f'jff .^fSrr.i -sssa-rrs i€M l-'tfiil JMMKiW Mint JTS' WB tosMSTBI 91 1 Kn . w JMii hcanaa • <Uri oh daMni •eiP* rebr «t with «oM! «• hb towiinriifVrl | ■:Trrn : ' • ■"$ '« i> ,1. ivf'f I * fe find in the National Intelligen- cer of the 3d the following letter. It • letter written last Bummer * — ifc.flftmmna to ton brother, Samuel M. Senmie*, of Cumberland, Maryland. hot Ihih lately t**-n furu- iatuxi to tmrtatelllgeHoer for pnblica- |(f Ji%# road with in- everybody—with pride by pft?} '' i •:■<«( < )iit ' fOttrr.E.Ai.A., Awe. IS, 1865. my ittw Brother .-— The ceasatiou of the war leaves me at liberty to re- jondenoe *iih yon, - 1"® to wBpicioa Isniwyaace; and I neod not «ay to i bow grateful to the yearnings of long suspeaded privi- > own fere*uently in dnriug our ^unfortunate mESwk folt lit Uvia ; apart mm rrr U jm better to Um6 every t our honor and ntexiheod. I know, you will believe me, my brother, when this day entitled to we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 January 1866

W~.; "•<" it * •"? HOUSTON, TKXAR WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 186& OARLING t MERRIMM, • l. soiEKTUL a co. C l Ml ABBOTT & CHANDLER, WHIT! KIDS. m ' AtTPT TON «st COLORED KIDS. "IP ^ TAN ALSTYNE'S BUILDING, MrAH ■ :" I-1' • • "J BlbACK I^DS. MERCHANTS {?$$>;• I ty. :i MAIN STRBUftJV , V'' •} {• y , . * .,{ H- $ WHITE TARLETON, SOVMVOW, Te: iv-ti'V . < "" " *■;■ ly:r. .ir.t- m T& fcVft •r & PINK TARLETON. • ..u'iiXiC ARB ♦ >, BLUE TARLETON. MAIN STREET, rr.-r^ V- -yf^V- ..f'^ ' ] •• . " ■ *1V> .;•■■■ . tflfyi vK.'- nt,( •' v '' ■ * M' v ' ■ ;'•.%* .< '. - % \ ••• , 'tiff-iffy^/. Bouaton, wp+atrntm.. • ■ .'UK:'" • /' . - ,y.r • ;*i 41 : '.■••• •** MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES PMS|'« jV| '• «oc« jh'afe. i, ...^ , '-J,-'•.■' -Wr r'i! ui ■ ;.;• > - .!, ! 'i v.r- . * ./ ' ■ :.i: r . f n" -i, i - „:^i : -fi'tV, . .;.I ;•;;>■ t'fitfi: -;U <>■/■ "iivi v;: a t!) « i •'V .'ji1' ui 7, ON AU< KINDS Of MiiaosAinMsxi. bi,. ,,4 ' V "'" ' ^ '. \y:' * ' f '■ AUCTIO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 January 1866

mmmM 'A, lllfk MI1 hare reached u* tlus linM being >sO airttei- Orteans papow of I yesterday in deliv- «w eodsavw- •:>J provid- Ifc would wko ;j|Metve their fc the door _ . M-raayl . ■ U will beouraim to have i of the city «hi i to get it if v* li g te, pro- & 0m h- —>wMih it might . - * > it would b* j>ad wind, and U> assistance o , th will enable as to r every vmornibg la breddM^ble, the breakfast v "k d'v as fell the t . _«pwithpop- alatk>B end capital at a rate hitherto unparalleled in the South. If shela not on the alert, New York will take the rich harvest of the future trade 9t Texas out of her hands. She will do so Any hew, to a very considerable extent. The railroads intended to New Orleans and Houston1 to be completed irithout delay, New Oiieanaia more interested in it ifpeisiWe, than Texas. In the fee "loiride route, by rail- and thence by steamer to connect with the Opelousas railroad at Berwick's Bay, shortening the route more than one half, oug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 January 1866

m FOB SALE ED, ET RATES [liinkies. JFor Suit or Rent, HOTBL aud Vurui- ture. Beddinc, *& This *upuUr BoMm baa beau tna lunv stood tor years, ana two cant Stables att tern aod ar class HoteL wall water, ami everr convenience Dorfirf Ifor torna apyly to . j. L lufaa®d< i; ttUfiat * m JFor SmUl nrHe Prepertv known as the Matlff The place iTUutlfuUr sttaatj isautifulljr sttaated. aud contains itad. •£> TO5TW « k«auttful wntaeiMi'l Cottmge for M«, i bout two wiles Boutk of Uou T I- Hd kill' > ACBESOP l<Alt| . WL'&syF&P0""" 8o"*of Houston, con- partly timbered, of which about ft acrealMp fence. A new house, with S room*, dsWrn and j^Ks. For particulars Inquire nt the tpa| of Mart ^Mrithuril. Houston, Dee. 19, 'Si itltfja* ' JPiantT~ Bacnlfloent .. bears larye Transplanted Slrmurberru FOR 8AJLK—Ilovfry'n Seedling, a berry, plant bardr and luxuriant, crops, the best iraHety for this climate. 1 r atteudud W. : • . V - si-*;*. * MP1 ffilim tl perhonifred. noYflm.dJ Blo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 January 1866

aj*, Urn tuurerwd •ftwtion for M ^ gria/1 hi* tmtiawly end. Judge Buruet tm the object of ■mmii nurnrtfiil <w4 wiipiftlilin ®t- i la Mobile. Ha return* to hfc a ffw, to PM the remainder of hu fay*. Though iHthoqt imme- diate niMtm to altoviate the how of dwBirtf Iff", he ku many old, attached friend* among the man « San Jaelato, with whom thoMhoun ha •pent in diaeouning of the pact, aad in hoping tor the future. Age ha« not dimmed hi faculties, nor dogged the raro conrimy of the gec- of the" old •cool." Southern Star relates an inci- dent which reveal* the deplorable fact that jfotMrtwn, or vondonlam, still m baiiofal sway overmaay of the negroes in New Orleans. The witch craft, incantations, evil magic, and mummery of Africa are still practiced in tha midst of eivilkatipn. The wri- ter of the article in the Star had re cently accompanied a medical friend to aoe tm> victims, of thia heathenish superstition. The first was an Italian woman, who, haying had a violent quarrel with...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 January 1866

ne Olty >n-" UV- iiNKY of Re IxU for and ex- rpassed York couse- bles us uleana sous. m. 806. EAM- ICK, tively TISH or the s—ap- HtDll. Jm1,U )1' her ; dt'H- LEY. SfE KiUE > il ftivi For DL! • way. Till," left n on look- owed ■I ves- bu«i- inent port, r all pool, wlm RIO r' I now pove. TH£_CITY. KeicbmaU nulla at auction th.d morning Virginia flour, fine, extra and su- perior on ita merit, alto choice Virgin!* smoking tobacco. We have tried thi* tobacco mod find it excellent. AIikj cruihed ■UK, etc. Country merchants and planters wDifind it to their interest to attend this sale. —— hope the fire eompaaies will or mois* rapidly for thejr have been trying long enough. We hope all the dead beads , wUT be expnlled aud thnsgive the sheriff le«« trouble in finding jarjosen. — The item published ia Sunday's pa- per concerning the Cemeteries of the city has oanaed uiuch talk amongta all classes ot our citiMBl . We have no oubt that a large ram Of money c«n be raised for ih * purpose o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 January 1866

SOOTH AMERICA. of a diftin- w# Have received • Star wad Herald, im* the Intelligence: Comereio, of M having i the American Consul at issrsftfltet had a long interview •ome matters connected with Parana showed himself favorable to the Consul's de- close of the ~ ' L*t- l was on of leaving, Partya asked ws on shots; the Consul t there was nothing of great importance, except the excitement t* of tbe! Cova* [Of the prisoners to Santiago, I The Spanish Admiral was entirely ignorant of this, for him, so disastrous •V^aiiock itohtm*4 ^BeaiSd Tot <lie particular#, which we by tbe Consul, who then which were given him took his de- on tbe 30th to the _ _ j where he found the crejr in the greatest disorder and constants- J He naked for the Admiral, bat the latter t very sick and eefcld not see him, Thereunon tlfe Consul retired. What had taken place in the mean- i is the following .* 0xMnftiirtacfeParBja had receiv ed frora th American Consul had 11 him. His mind was ■■■that he >l|0UTsaf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 January 1866

the crry, -th« alarm of fir* Sunday evening waa earned bj some building burning in the of Harrltr vicinity sbnrg. —- Hook and Ladder Co. No. l.deaerve much credit far their promptness in turning 1 oat to Area. The boys are always on hand and live up to their motto, "here we are!" We have always bragged loudly about old Liberty No. 3, but ef late they have depend ed too much upoo mule power to get the maohiae to the fire. Why is this boysT Pro* tection No. 1 seldom shows herself at any time. What is tba matter? Gome, boys, this kind of work will not do. we hope to see the same generous rivalry which formerly existed in the fire department again repeat- ed. Some scoundrel stole Dr. Hill's horsa while hitched fe( front of His office last Sat- urday night. lio clue to the villain yet. Horse-stealing has become a daily occur* rence in this city, and owners of animals ( should use great, vigilauce at all times We have wen scores of freedmen passing through town lately riding flnehor- ses,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 January 1866

Tttfe F: , «*r. m- Jtafc- 18.—Gov. MQt to the fcgialft- tbe Legislature keeping np the and warning tlio embarrassment and eome from delay. He " torn* of estab- tlariea at Knox- onthe groundthat already sear five hua- _ _ reach one thousand at present rate of increase, when ac- * "— for criminals will be tfEjik' pri- with favor. It thslen thousand dollar pen- fbr doing private banking Jan. lS.-* The Hon. Governor of Coldra- Hon. J. B. Chaffee, late the House of Territorial United States Senator arrived in the city, and relating to the Presi- influenoe in favor of of the State.— with a itive As- passed dialwnting vote. B«HM. ■« , Acting Assist- Freedmen's Bu- . Georgia, report* [ttutf he is happy to > ftefed people in nis vi- eat willingness the next year, the past few days number qf contracts made at rates ranging to $15 per month, includ- for CLOTHING. he represents in the estimation ol very many Southern readers.—-Vetr Orleans Times. he sto- ljeintf rested tJOl si;: MISCELLAJ ta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 January 1866

'~T IW® . ^ , -^V ^ . .,. w, * $# 2Uvwlm ** <! ^a iy i 111 SI# ."i? IfcifWjl i&f# tf I fife & XXXI—NO. 140. >- "•.v' iffi|fcaj8{:it.<;<):',*..^flp^|pS|7;:'., ®|MUW 1JURRIMAR, •'•si's* l4$IS^jN £>.v.$ •;<iK' i*0'tt #'v4f s!' I ,J.:«ri ;-}{ -<vi't ^ai.'l'j s-ajUo Su<mi;iA .ijiwaut-v Ic'/ t.m. i £ w^rar^u i£piii < x , ><*>•. ;-t.fjjls -'.i >. /Mil • «}>&*,>' * v f.} . ftjjtf jfy+ i , fM i.itrf ^ctus;-.' '>th' ■■'■' ♦iifi /'i >h >'•''• b\r, .-vrwiW .iw'ii y?i^ ;>.,j >,{ 'ij'UMsl VJMfl ;'MI V !L jtksffljpipM M# f at EEEj 'i'U L. IMS ft kju . i;_jw«gi ^K/-(Mjfaaca WfiJ. fifo-V*,?' iW'-VM LI #,.,J WIABT) $V J80& 4 A :|#f •• *Wh j a-. •■. rvmlid^ofe'lhiin: -a.h-M .y/Uoto;> iui|(£fr J v-Kuj & L M c H-irSfe] * *■.*> • • • >.' j- i-i; i. #;;(i>;*. n j . r ; *■ A'15 <3 Hi i;'K tf *t!$p& ')( '■' ,*{(, rf1 r\' --. -'jNptft ••;: * !" in th'>i .'., X. i / ;■* ww .-ft' *- t«s fj COMMISSION MERCHANTS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 January 1866

Grant U traveling i Is a travel ing agent tot tfw Tklcobapb JSif the TftLKgEAFH. —'~r, J. W. FfeW, toaatfeor subscriptions by the veek nd wUl dearer promptly ' Wb paper to those who want it. He donate a day or two. - , ■< ; . i tut amendment of the KiriiLbe newMftry to .<r rT out the purposes of Senator Fes- i's resolution, as reported in our from Washington, d^ted cue xou. And we do not believe n<sh sua amendment can be carried. We bavt^ however, been expecting such as thi* ever since Con- Our leaders are aware that we have '* heretofore suggested th« idea, that 4:/Wktofw /the Radical® may attempt ■ to do for our humiliation and injury < will Ultimately react against them and inUTe to our benefit. We have lost the system of iudustry' for which contended, but we stall, in* the end.btftdly compensated, sp far as material prosperity and political power arc concerned. This faith has cheered and inspired us from the very moment that we found ourselves compelled to^support th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 January 1866

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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 — 26 January 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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