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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 April 1866

aw A * .arir r.'-oj .^.laTon tr.g T f iii$/<1 ?*> n*yw ,.t jv'icttir tfii wrfJ'V—'—r AH4VUNM1, OV i/'M <i)i y 11 ■ , saifietail Druggists, TIXAI, Ti> ' j.%33-ftME h«i> i« «r Carefully Selected | '' • 1 *T O H 'I J 1% '■* *;* ri .' ; i ■y. p*U>Lm.MkUk iwt r**Jr*l a Uff* * aittWs tohier&n,m* •jpifcy «m..k i I^HITB ANI> KBO 1>BAD— Whits Zinc, French ——Zinc Hprnlih Brown, : fellow Ochre, Venetian Red. . FANCY PAINTS OF EVKRY VARIBTY k 1L< I Unwed. Uii Uerowne j Turner \ SPIRITS Tl'I^PBNTINR. ^ARNIHH. Furniture. Coach. m tmto*;' nLASSWAB*- Ot every Tartaty u*ed l> Utu«l«u. Alcohol. | Window-ela** "nil putty. J Glue, nand-paper. JpOMAPBB, Perfume* aod toilet sosfe. In endless rariety. Patent Medicines, fn«trument , Djre-stnth, Medical |for bale BY 10Et}E & DAVIDS05. foblHtwtf \ T.. J.\ HEARD, v Wholesale and Retail Druggist, 4 ooRxn or MAII AID eOMRESS STREETS, HOUSTON. Is now receiving from Suropean, Northern and Western Markets, a Urge and well (ele...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 April 1866

BOARDING. M&KBS8 mrsa- Bi^rnwifc muni Tr«rmii TiH. IIIIIITIIIIT About 9MT ** «M** *a« «BMWW< i, eiUw* ofwvera} in- «r «rf detiaite il eir edgM. Tlw see tullH f nil IITMIII <f lb«m the calyx. •am l y#t « bud, ti e MA tfld protflotfl tK|t Ttfftillfl w BbwS theater it | £ n ]arg© *na b^u(<- v {wo^pkl*, between i a bMin to «* , we taiTK,'r,,s of the latter i* tlj*ir iacteat llWU mmMvvi M now, taere are i calyx emulates ftod epleudtd fashion and sometimes even The cam; of the fat- scarlet flowering cur- u- examples, It often Where the petals ore not plyx then takes their in suagJ*itude and ahowi- the anemone, the mtush- the Chriatmaa roae. aa with all her other closes one opens the other i known to be , and also from that there is as % brilliant corolla calyx. In oth- outermost part of the iver its color and texture, ' r some .., the Lily-family %raS3ras * an4 lpstro.;. Here it c*lyx by. the position which parts, an a rale, pttter ring, and alternate- petals, covering their ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 April 1866

t.i.ajr<issa#9we' r*V ATCH/ )MMIS8I0N MERCHANTS. I LI HOFFMAN & CO. IMMI88I0N MERCHANTS, No. 24 Whit ehall Street, NEW YORK. References in N. Y.J echanica' Bank. Oilman. Son <fe Oo- Bukm, L, Cask A^mw tDB ON SHIPMBNTS Of COTTON, WOOL. , and other product*, shipped to our 3SS by B, STEWABT,' Lewis fc Oo.-M Bunding,Straad,'Gal'v.aton I Uth, 186S-dtw9m A li F JtE D MVOHlil _ FACTOR AND the firs rter of these eir roiij t. The] patien •m. T( )le Pilli Teuton To tht 'Hluubl< lere it* >r thre< ed for a 1J make 30MMIS8I0N MERCHANT, STRAND, G*LVE8TON. rtriotlr to the sales of COTTON WOOL and HIDES, and th. parahaa. of Sap GAYLORD •~e& E.A.BOLMSS KAYLORD & ROLMES, f..;t 'nil' .|j'.i '"'l! i GENERAL :> it- COMMISSION ■it .I. ilresi made 38 A\ ce back ver the en. but When i these once easing e from l«. and to the st in- pene- t root EIVING AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS, DiAUUftatf ' . .! ,n* ff n,r.."4ifi ' ithern and Western Produce, GROCERIES, turner te St., near Brid...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 April 1866

TSl-WEjgKLY TELEGRAPH litw de Im Sterns. mMfjgm jTBewcaor CTUJWJM IODUB / , '; pr TKXAMHA. bounds. All the time which had | long in seizing all the difficulties of elapsed since our first meeting van khed, aad it eeeiued to nie that I w«ut castle of Ghismondo, bat castle of Ghiswoudo enlarged, lea, sounded in my ears like tlu> shouts of demons. And again in the the castle of Ghii rose from all sides, sounded in*my ears like tb« shouts of demons. And the Psdnna, possessed by a frenzy which hell aloae conM inspire, oqb- tinued to entrance the beholden with her grace; to flee, to return,, to float. jh veritable apa- Anastase, so soon as I ns what it was. T it for a month, ex- iffii <2 natural, body has " dullness iWf thftP of wurtog. driven by invincible impulses, until, at length, breathless afd exhausted, she fell into the arms n her assist ants, ottering in heart-vending se- cants a name that re-echoed mournfully in my own soul. v, . "Sergy i dea/!"I cried, stretching wty arme...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 April 1866

r 'i tone of vexation. "It ii a secret which he it forbidden to reveal." ''That m true a moment ago," I ■aid, "but that moment has wrought * great change in my resolution®. I am now abaavvd from my oath." I will only say that I recounted to them that which I related to yon a month ago. and you will readily ex- cose me from repeating it to-day, al- though you may hare almost forgot- ten it. I am not capable of lending it sufficient attractions to render a repetition pleasant. "You are at least a sufficient logi- cian." said the Attorney-general, "to draw a moral from it. I declare to you that I would not give a straw for the spiciest romance that ever was heard, if it resulted in no instruction io ma mind. The good FarraulL your master, knous how to bring out of the most ridiculous stories, grave and sound morality." "Alas !" I cried, raising my hands to heaven. "Of whom do you apeak to met Of one of the most transcend - ant geniuses which has enlightened the world since the time of ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 April 1866

LPH 18*, 1866. rKBABV P« —• m&ki J* mm***? swing ZSy«f « wtwfed on ih«i d y of M*f 7tt, J*$**«4ft *bo-ttoJ**TioleU & The following, entitled " Eiuleavor," k floating specimen of lira. Howe's poetry, m fuller knowledge of which we hope sometime to give : Where ar. the mu lathered shearea " 0_ooo9U*ror" of^a thousand fields ! hlWdS Bsaaft hsif as serf! a*** mm m w- thy mint*. tbr chitfi ♦btimtei:: . *SL deUglltf ati(e'dfe e^es and the tkermigh and tfndS- peetod pleasure to us, has befen the " Galaxy," a new fortnightly 'maga- zine, which we have already an- nounced, and $he ..ftcst number of which ita publishers, the American News Company, of New York, have sent us. It is a novelty and a beauty in appearance, with bronze.und-gold cover, twp fine is pitted heavy, tinted paper, and alto- single work !—Louin, ex-King of Ba- varia is at Nice, revising a new vol- ume of his poems—King John, of Sax- ony, has lately published the third and last yart of his translation of Dante's "EHv...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 April 1866

11 H • ■ f: r ;■ | 1 MILLINERY. ,**> ffenUuu are CeaqentralJ**! „/—«t LT.AK GOODS *r *. ♦. MlbEiS! aoaujiasi] .V *.^J>*IUUJ<£*CO.I.:A; .<Ij!.Xjt'f ,-•) / i W'li'.uH HAVE BXOEIVED, AMD ABB NOW OPENING ONE OF TUB Largest and Host Conplete Stocks z r .-ir.-j . DKY GOODS, MILLINERY AND FANCY GOQD8, KVER BEFORE RECEIVED IN HOC8TON-THIS STOCK I1AVINO UEEN PUR- CHASED AFTER ' W 'if The Great Decline in Prices, We art thus e(milled t<u>H«r to our ft lend* Goods an tated in oar hvadiuir. ~ In making this announcement weask patties desi- rous of purchasing to ca'l. examine and Jud«e [or themh Ives. . LEGAL. J. W. BARRON, WiilbrlU*, nxih Gmty, •'i sfeaagssossn A. *. MCKinmt V. Ouuu Hni MqKJNNEY & HUME, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, HXJNTBVILLH, TBXAB. > -ly d*tw a* d. x'atiKia ~t~ "i. >. aioroa MoOlNNIS & SECTOR. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, " CollectlntT Agents, " III practioe their proteaalon in ue Counties of Sastrop, Caldwell, Guadalupe. Hays, Travla and JMOB Op* of the firm can a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 April 1866

jpM- '" «H Vjfej""#?* #$ 2it*& j ^ • • • •w m £ mm :W'i tun <• mlli mm to «Mk «a torn* Ungh ma* C p played at __ -oramoom- and'the manager Rolla from ^ ,H« did not. iiiMwn to iwftlrt tb* i'ttor" ►tSCStof 5 facta of the i |*to] 1 Atali- on the ■oese, Rol- with Mtoniahment, in bis Invocation, himself, however, ~at! off tlain but ray brave rmo- of gag pardon- WM i.ite; at'Drwy oortaia I' the usual grow impatient, very good temper, in- lat thoj^were only a arrival to go on 068,—he being the Evening. At length and eaailv made that he had horaebyanhjtereat- event. The well-known ie, and the following place between Rolla Hast thou a wife!" then children !"— morning. I have got ' ajsa jy was the successful ianactorwl "•I. jdl nothing." The bargain Catesby got aa well bo cacne to the tent-sceae; on the stage at Btafeard'a Who's there V he was $£• stammer on 1^1 revenge attacked the theatre, to draw in hot-headed folly with his never heard now-a- imed to resent took some time new fashi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 April 1866

enial improvement amendment to Constitution, as i>rop<wwl bv ,Ute Convention, discussing it arougldy and presenting its advan- . 3 Tirrlif If tliillk* ' ial° lh* of d«llght-*ml very Justly so. The 8 in tliestrongestIigUt. ittmuks , pUf taolwwh^ mmtl taWMtlw< Ti.e "Lady of Lyons' was itue*<ii«ft by a very lirjc luditort &: iVrkiu*' 11*11, ami an audience whkb «a>e e*vry indication of bein* w*Il pU*n ed; not mcii i>irajHnl only, indeed, but patting beyond that ) amendment exceedingly important j eoaprebrociou ( f eTery one; tbv story ii eutert*ln- i 4i.„ of the State. It says: Iio*' *nJ ,h® •lraM<uu *n except one or I tbe TTCliare * i twu. en**.*;!!*, aud sot commonplace. Til* Lad, of Iti There can be no possible objec- Lyons will !*■,* be to wasionKl favorite oil the pn to any ot the provisions unless it ****«. uj win not to t« mj with inturoht aud i the lifteen thonsaud dollar clause, i i we reneat, is justified bv the " • ■""< « irwd-not only that, indee...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 April 1866

ft** UM Ptttflie. JUTAOOWA, «WW ** OWA.OKA ;SS=rfflSix •*. n p. r 8B«el« tly to attempt to w'Biff Mwl tii rough tlu> haart rotary will, upon receiving och i fice, tjotify the party to whoia it be- long*, the aecretary being reaoired to keep ft book of *U mark* tutd brands. How, if there eoald be general meet- ing* at the court hotue, then and there to drfrike plana ft* the Manaca- vant of ttock, would DOtjdl^partiea HARDWARE. be benefited f IN8URAHCB. Ore* SMtlMim gM Ftetow" Lira axd Momn ■1 • >'«• INSURANCE GdWIFAHY, * •'««. > Oz ^ ■' ys> °* nv Q*ww . ,:..! Tf>.!l>3LgggWfrt<.t "P—ft l%e flare rar WM. AHKENBEOK & CO. WhelMUHdlfteU DEALERS IK GEN'L ME8CHAND18E, Hempstead, Texas. w, HAT« ROW OH ** * " ■ ** I «*B aaWcted .lock of BREMOND & CO. MOWS' BIJIIJMJfG. ▲ ZN IVRB1IT. beat planting^re^ona of things appear now from whan I traveled through * Then, awery- tod prosperity, now. • I saw farina Is condition, from good fix down to those nfno fix at all. Some...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 April 1866

CITY. \ ■' A preliminary meeting w* held at the Baptut Church iu this city. Thursday, Wth Inst. The Rev. Dr. Rutchlnaon WM called to the chair, and Mr. 1'u Fuller appointed Beeretary. > The chairman explained the meeting to b« for the purpoa* of aultahlr oommemoratlng our Southern dead- The following resolution* ware adopted: 1st. That a committee, composed of the following gentlemen—Dr. 8. J. Robinson, Mr. Harry L. Allan, and the Secretary, oall upon CoL 0. 0. Gillespie, re- questing him to deliver an addreai upon thlaaubject. ad. That the City Bex ton, Mr. IL O. Pannell. be re- ' quested to hurniah a list of tba Confederate aoldlerf burled in the various cemeteries in thla vicinity. 3d. That tho city papers be furnished with copiea of these proceeding*. Tba meeting waa adjourned until Thursday. 3d May, 1M0. Farther notloe will be given, ——"■mart Maltra rara" will bw presented again tft- night at Perkins' Hall. It la a moat beautiful play, which thoae whoaaw it not on the laat p...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 April 1866

and aaperatitlon are the natural jiro- elivititm of that people—revolution, treachery, bloodshed and oppression, hare characterized them from the bmSK SAUK •***1Pay iwPi.-UPWMwwu L the fev^riab r**t- eaaure seekers at arrival at New Or-I . is. XL of Cortes to this day. Ana we found ip an snowy .wrSS W&m H->. tmm? 40-911* yet to see a church, nuatu.iuiii press. We do not refer specially to the Roman Catholic Church, hut t<^ any and to all chmches whethoy Protestant, Ifahomedan, Bhuddist, Llaaia, or what not. And we desire not to see the purest and best of Christian associations endowed with wealth and power and national pat- ronage. The result has always been ppresaion and: wprautUm, and at 1 r &OCtt .. Wtt Lei uf reflect that sow seek to press us, are mortal " neve*: Papa- ?EAPH,,from a light m £eti andthin^ REDUCTION IN PRICES!! J. DeCORDOVA. OENEHA^ LAND AGENT, i Kimball, U**<u« County, Texa . DOMINGO BITTERS homUlato U at the worst, aMWf j :Z ■>.* :; ■ f ' am ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 May 1866

■jt<" *■:.:? t *. v «,- imx*4v$f.: 1 j£M S= ! aaatet gfr ' • if1... . ■■ >.i; nil# ri>i VOL. XXXII—NO. 19. HOUSTON, TEXAS, MONDAY, MAY 2, 1866.-TR1PLE SHEET. DMUI6 £ MERRIMM ■ATI 1««« BEST triLITY «r PALM SHAKERS AT ti CEXTs EACH. PALM SHAKERS AT ti CEXTS EACH. PALM SHAKERS AT ti CENTS EACH. PALX SHAKERS AT ti CENTS EACH. PALM SHAKERS AT 1. CEiTi EACH. PALX' S.H AKEBS AT iiCEM.5 EACH. 8. L. HOHENTHAL & €0. AUCTION amd COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREET, SoUatOn, Texas. WIU MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES ON all KINDS OF AUCTION SALES EVERY TUESDAY and THURSDAY Coma'.cLcm* at lu o clock. a. M. decl-dtwtf jtouvik'S KIDS. « 1 ti CEXT PER PAUL. JOCTIX'S KIDS. SI S> CEXTS PEE PAUL fOVVXN'S KZX •I a CEXTs PER PAUL JOUVIX'S KIDS, « ti CEXTS PEE PAUL rouvzN'a six Hg CETTi PERPAtg. JOUVIX'S KIDS. •I tt CEXTS PEE PAIS. Regular Auction Sales! h . • J*. j S. L. HOHENTHAL & CO. Will Hell at THEIR AUCTION ROOMS. Main Street, •X Tl'ESDAY AND THl'BNDAV, MAY 1ST AND 3RD. A. SCPERB ASSORTMENT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 May 1866

w* ; «si.kkxtsASml "lippl* 7 Camp Street, w OSHAKS. BROWN. ARD ft CO. 13 IYARUT* FOUNDERS, IMPLEMENTS, idlbMm HP srui l**r IMW onhjjd*Utstnt>ar«o«™iMKOrt- 60,000 lbs. Shot & Lead, 25,2? ^TTEv? SRTH, .> : . i M iM<' mm Gittfc Cotton Gift Min*. THIS SAWCfcOMB REDUCTION IN .. ki , % LOUIS PLESS & CO., |T®>T . fwJiL .*£, * r ^ 400 oum Boots and 81ioes, BOOTS* SHOES. BROCANS ' No. t« OK ATI KB BTBKBT, Batwma Ounp *itd Macula* Com. ICer'ts.-Cot Faotors.ftc. I. OSWUBBB............ ..«« * B.IUMIB LOUIS fJLESS V CO. Cotton and Wool Factors, Houston, Texas. .... _ . AjU> . - LOWS rjlKM...,.HUGH B. BirMUt.... «• I. fBHSIUS Pleas, Hayaie & Cov New Orleans. l.*um *ndeome#t •-''•(/j, .. Ji i , FANCY, • 'WW I aw.KUllBBortm.otof Ipm^spjs M ? j-nv -* ' *? ®oo B THB BISKST . ■ g| *>.,,*> ri < •Mad* Clothing, fStmab <fc Co.'i Sowar'* ttniltw Hrdnatte SUM Waafcir u* THB OBJG JSf AL BPOMYK MOWEH AND REAH* ^CaSKSi. ^2*t cstatt ' SEWING MACHINES, "«&. t ;.■ i'tv ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 May 1866

ill .J*-***- Hiiy '"fr <*■ ^ f*** ,.- ^sudfc** t*«tp4 THSrtfflT . /:jUfcw - m: ' :. *.«W "WMS g%:t *'• r.t unrti III TM WBJt HOUBB. HAS t.HM 1^' ''" #fcoMii «■!**■ v:J'kt iM;.v «ifa iWfflafo ftj, , L-g^ijy^ tf,'i ' Ttwr ! ***** WW" m ../I,J a ; V l«i 'I "jis !>-.7^>v i'!i I- Jul# •• ««■/•• «^«W HU. *\8 !4; JSa$ '",<m aBdima rrwrr- Md '■'>•*>* " STOCK, toOT£!-,,f!< i il I H JTihiA W fr^MS^T?g i •>.>#*; *y«6 t kfeft feyft'iA#'! •K0K**. ;. tonuwmrn, —Tkeo«e. of the United States Direct Tax Com. miaafcwar fcaa ton removed fre® ihiscliy toHarri*- bU,* *>'■.'■ y. , ... Ik* children and Meade ofthe Methodlat Boa. they will move in procession to a suitable place on the Liber* *o*4t bm the aroeala* «f the Queen >M orharexeniees will take flaw. BsfVeahmeats willbe aerrtd at II o'cldek. '. \ /, ,■..•■ —*♦ > d the pleasure or * mat delightful drive the other evening with Judge Mun«r. oat to tlx ground*; where he to establishing itU cotten and wool** hotory, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 May 1866

Wm \:M.; M . ^ ■ j Kt- hr esHsesesHBS go, tfdtSodaaatt. The crow*of European* throofiaf to America, are mostly 'agmim is principle, and when they h v a vote It will be for wftwJUtUi V tfm jfajjart-i. ^Ss in there to Naively a dollar of the Pub- lie Debt owned { we hare no "war dufet" af oof own, we were forced to repudiate it; it will even bedrestem- by many that thia debt and heavy taxation were mated by the effort# to ratyngate a*. - Theatrong- wt Motive, thmngjhotiti the Uaio . fee 5.x. IFm#! 1 tt$i V m tttttwrDMlrm T.-> 'WM a o. oiwdBwm . ,|m of th Yelfrwh. i jit^* jfy" t'T 1 ■ Kill '. t. XetSMM toAfWt tartfc. *HM report? il observer of the msriceti to' dBvotdlMh tftttrtfcftto V **v>w HVWWNWW. WV tta^ Mwffl enable won a thorough afidoom- commercWihaei |N'"' ■ i ;',j>;iV¥.vi,iv1*t'*: ,u0 ofClay, we aet forth at length, the enormous *- of f!ha Federal State fchi||fiii| and other (the sd this taxation hitherto; the inevitiMy ariod* el ' b a oejtBtefr heavily tax- grinding ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 May 1866

f i ' • r eossmsnwattoa has boo* hi id aUeotir .r our j. U.O.) AUMBR Ml th. aodtlon sought fer. . "-"YhmvHBOtiTtry lirn attendance at Per- kins' Ball to witness " Othello " on Monday night. It *Mt httwsr.r, rerr respectable. Mr. Bate* make* a most excellent lira. HU ss- Inssptloa Jf that chsractar shows very decided abili- ty, and eTlneea alio that lie hai studied It very deeply and thoroughly. ■WMr. TannerhlU'e OHtell w By Tataaraab. ! Arrim at ' UATL ' '!fV' Steamshl j> AosUaJBorimgo.mr, Sew Orleans. Sehooaar Susaana, Wolte, Caloaasleu. Steamship Gen. Sadfwick. Sawyer, Mew York. Etaamahlp MiWfaa. Htwlees. IndlanaU. Itff'j! Cleared at Oalmtdk. Steamship Morgan. Lawless, Jtow Or learn. BarkThJa, Westenilerf, Liverpool. Brig Martha^ Bellman, Pensacola. Bohooner Llbi ey, artemvowj. Pensacola. Schooner Fooleiabte#a, Whiting. Sabine Paw. Bohooner Chaa. Dennis garner, Pensacola. «V A MVPERHOKg having the telloatog Goods-ln -t*. their possession. will please forward tftwqjtothe nndmign...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 May 1866

ffShsi? . ' 4 \J 1/ mm. a w A mw nH . iwhw lonwow .7.VV.V.7. 8 iRtsra. efthaTelwffapb. T. Tocbwm £ Ag<^ W 'Out' Tsui t. A. L H r t« a Oeawal Traroliiig Agent T«xa$, l y 1, 1866. "x*oo«a , tnlttwW. m'] t ■ n""" 1 ' ■ v Aavh m Jfeace ohall be firmly establishes! In *o soon M the Bta01 b Ve confidence in the stability <d i1 government, that is, in the eeeratty of ftnaa and property, inB&ediatel.v thereupon, xU NBiflniiMHfiH «ptn tdanlA the mrU -themselves ■M m- ■Mt a by Spain naeitisens of the United States may determine to ptmrne ia whttm* to *ba of Meticb t the form of government, whether it to B e#whical or republican, is tf importimee indeed, in comparison with it« stability. No industry can he developed, no wealth can prosper wfew«b*y may be plundered by a the pronnneiatnento of gome military leader to-ntortoWT tte industrSkl en- terpriaw wiE be undertaken which if mmrhtfa alfrne oftiie other its 1 U8tlIT6()tlOtty iiroitfon, war in aoxaeVom has been the order of the day....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 May 1866

>1 V ' ^ iiMliiiMiiiiWiiriiWWiifir ..,. .•n w<.,.ywwe*v -m . alllH 5?*tf 90?VF !. ii M General Agent ani floMector, :**u«H ^0OK;*rbtfE, 11' D „:•. I ;f tJ '1 •..••• «>-.! g £zob&]ii£Q and Real Estate - .* .h It l o'l A *:±.iu , V. • BSOKKB, MorrW Building, .Main Street, HTtJOa 5T -.i-9 '/1+w**mwn Great Southern and Western '.rt7ijv > TTm •.. ...•• use and aooidbkc -• -stei.1 14 ... V;t>A S INSURANCE COMP Extern 6000 Cotton, 3<M in C NDSSTONJEIAS. tensive Plantation. ACRES OF LAND, 1400 ACRES I.N . UMn. Improvement* splendid. tlx Miouiwdjuiad of Cattle, Ho##, Horses, and II: ntecuh^iud |V iir Cottages tor Sale l o Fol. ,a from {tOLD for one Lot And Cottaae Main street, sin. block front Old O10M Ovht fbr one Lot and Cottsge. one block from lulu street, in rear of Judge l>. J. Baldwin'* rtwi- ' atow?' ,no"1®r 'ot >D^ Cottage, adjoining the on, •INS-WoM. "?' n<l Cottage. Garden and Stable, Cistern and conrenieuce.8, North Buffalo Bayou. apMdtw-tf H. T. SCO...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 May 1866

|i|fyf*Wivri iw myvierni ■iiu > * 11 made to render their atay happy and he nubsofiberwill devote his whoftftime to hlshouse, andhis. tableswill bek season. Pari ssrasr^ T. J. PRINDLE EXCHANGE RESTAURAT Jffaiu Street, HOUSTON, ;.....r...„TEXAS. ALL KINDS Of GAME, FISH, OYSTERS, &c., AT COMMAND. ROOMS FOR TRANSIENT BOARDERS OJtAWFORD house, 1 Galveston, Texas, .wfoyd and Son, late of Hempstead, he purchase oI the learn or the Thompson House, this establishment has been considerably en- larg^J.andluLsnow the^cai^cltr foraocommodatinx s airy and , with erery thine that the market affords. Its situation makes ai a mm ■ .ME .jKL i. o. m A AE8BUM8 * CO. ITM mi 3imm* Pntrte SuM MOW * J.St F. H. BAILEY, DEALERS IN STAPLf AND FANCY ri'iHTB (WlWtW—'.oi**-*) BTRAN DBTBIiET, .. IkhrwtMi k<- JXl MfL't ; S Jfii (/ ; I E ANNIN HOUSE groceries, h- a,*a witr *• MM** OU niHD. proprietor will always be rlad to see Ms old friends. as wall as iluw IW! ■Htrig UKr i) > Ji UWIK, WESTERN HOTEL,...

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