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

r 4-a ( of the influeooe on tb« writer of Mtarel objeots and beaaiies. At home ehe wee best known and luted for her domestio virtues and her rare neighborly spirit of friendly kindness. Her heart and purse were ever open to all good works of phil- anthropy and charity; and she bad a host of friends and never an enemy. Many will mire her kindly, genial presence, her aotive sympathy, and her large-banded charities. Galveston, July 6, 1865. 1 walked down to the end of a wharf one morning, (of course this is an allegory,) and there saw a man engaged in fishinit. As I stood by and watched him, he hauled up several fine trout and red fish, but no sooner did he unloose them from the hook than he returned them to their native ele ment. "Why is this?" said I, '-why do you not save the tish you catch?" Without deigning to look around, he replied: "I came to tish for cattish, and cat 1 will have or none at all. 1 left that man satisfied that he was as foolish as mankind generally are. His repl...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 July 1865

HOUSTON. JOLT W. «II IIIHM IlllMAH i. am—r •"— WMlMMt Tttmtmm win , ,Mllgl M Ifcg0 Um Oll> Mil IMM Wll MMM Mg aolMtt,ka«waiatfce " s,-TO^2i ZffS. ^ •uVwUi be pafclttrf •MTMarfrar- -asr^jwy.sirais.-.si ik wlU *-'tt mM hi eMeef Having observed tU oour e punned elsawhere, we belfare « can point out to the people the programme d t will be adopted in reorganising oItII government in It i. It ii to be understood tint the titate is new, Moordtng to the Preeident, in precisely the condition the would be if by an earthquake or a eudden blasting thunderbolt, rorjr State offioer were anni- hilated, and everjr eitisen divested of his oitisenshlp. The machinery of the Stale exists yet. The oonstitntiei Is h«re, the laws are here. Bat there is not an offioer toexeoote these lews in the'Whole vast domain. Nor are there bay people here who have aoka< wledged rights uaider those laws. By seoeesion, everjptean in' the State was <ttvast«4 of bis pqgtioel rights. This beta^the eenditfo^ U ? jr...

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

| | ► ) I j j 'r >■ I >- & / j. THI NEW TEXAS 8EHIES. The following School Hooka, pahlUhed tn U oil on Vy tba ouieralklitsl, a;e nUurel tu the tti boots ot the Bute, wltb commence that they uieet the want* ol tbeae acauoli a ur on they no. Uotnparl ou wtlb any other school book U challenged. Tbete book* stand on their own menu alone. Toe large tale ibey have bad U uffictaui evidence ol their u tfulue«s. THE NEW TEX48 PK1UEK—darlgned f t begin- ner#—co talnlu* the alphabet lo large letter*, tbe ■boot M.ui-le reading a id spelling teuton'. 4c.—24 i'P • pjper covers. $3 per 101; CO c. per (logon. 18.000 copies sold. TUB NEW TEXAS PRIMARY READER. Tbls book la dettgued ax a Hut readmit book, and < pres pared expreasiy fjr f>e use ot school* lu Texas. Care la taken to Inculcate sound morals, end to give useful itnornctlon—96 pp, pa-de board covers. 1'ilce, $7 80 nei 100; (I v• doien. A 000 copies sold. TUE MlW TKXAS HVHUdWi llOOR-revln# aod m arge l, by lire sddlllou ot a ...

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

HOUaTON.ZuLY 14. 1W«. lb* K. O. Picayune to gMH mbi at- tention (o the lmporlance sf the Nsw Or- hMHl Texas Railroad. Wf copy u article from that paper 0*<by. W« trust 1| o« eoteaponriM *,h,t oit7 «1U «- amine this matter, sad oonsult thsir own iaUreet and the Ntf inl«r"t« Wr •Ity, by keeping H before the people. It u aitoMtfcer the feat est and mast valua- ble werhowr fwjsetsd la the 8eothern Biatee, • « I* He prospective Importance eeeood to MM !■ Amerioo. PeiMM wis have never studied the va t reaoueee ef Texas, ore apt to give ua the •ndit 9t tefaf visionary when we toil them that ve have a larger and better State thaa aay tour others vest ef the Ulasia- aippL it it aeverthelass a tost. We can IMiMtvero wheat, aero sera, sore oot- tea, MM wgar. We have now, more hsisw. more cattlw, more sheep. We have mm M< larger pine trees, ey press trees, Xtt cak trees, and ether valaab>e timber, ftkan la the aggrrgaU more iron ore. Jfe have a bolter bllmatr. We can make aa«t marketab...

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

) i i Galveston, July 6,1865. I walked down to the end of a wharf one morning, (of course this is an allegvry,) and there saw a man engaged in fishin*. As I stood by and watched him, he hauled up several fine trout and red fish, but no sooner did he unloose them from the hook than he returned them to their native ele ment. "Why is this?" said I, "why do you not save the fish you catch?" Without deigning to look around, he replied: "I came to tish for catfish, and cat I will have or none at all. I left that man satisfied that he was as foolish as mankind generally are. His reply, however, brought to mind the opinions, speculations and criticisms I had lately heard concerning the President's amnesty proclamation. Every individual who takes up this document for the first time seems to have some preconceived pre- judices concerning its features, and starting off with some fixed notion, he aims to bena each clauBe to suit this notion, whatever it may be. J.n other words he is fishing ior...

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

y/imwiw. jt/tvk I**8, Strang* aa it may appear t0 •otn®' *ko mmb> incapable of living, «viag ^ > v- ing their being in any «M ff «*Cept the dead pad," the people <* ^ 8uto "• determination to accommo- date thamaelTeeto the new order of thiogf, with a prom^tede and bopi (k)a«t Ikat argae a wonderful degree of recuperative eleetloty, aad 4M*gy- It U time that pub- lic —* ta Vanching off into two dif- fcreat directions in regard to the future of the negrfjjHU country. There are tboee who etil^^^fcji hope that, wben civil goTtjflNPMRtowed in the State, the iMthnHae [of slavery may be reaucita* tad. Falling In that, many of the earne daaa boy* (hat ttye State may be allowed to a ayatem of compleory labor among tbeblachs. As to tbe resuscitation of davery, our opinion la that the hope ia delqaive. When we remember that this great war has been waged directly on that (nection that the anti-elavery side has won the bat- tle, and that, having everything in their own hands, they have ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 July 1865

-i A WASHINGTON CHAPTER, No. 2.-E. A. M. FT ATE 0 MEETINGS hsld on the 1st lion, laiof tucl) month, at Otbel'a building, dly [of lloustou, i Mr Ct<nrt-Hon«« rqn e. HBNKY FLK1SUVAN, H. P. OtoBut II 11i,in«hcrst, Secietarj. Jatfdly Holland L>o<lce. No. 1—A. V- & A. M. A KTATKD MEKTlMiS held on the Id and >Wi:uf o ya ot each month, at Peter •K. 3% mbe.'a bultdUu. city of II mcton, near the /^r \court h"Uj« square. 8t|jurulog members. In g^Kid ■lauillLg, «r« luvtted to attend. B< order of tb*Lodie- w. BKi WNK RUTW, W. M. Alien: Geo. II. B*lsauc 8T, Bet'jr. JuSOdly HOUSTOJN TRIWEEKLY t tWJGRAPH. PIANOS! PIANOS! PROFESSOR SI1KRFR annouccos to the cttiaena of Houston that he has __ _ . _ toe ted to this etts tor the purpose of 'i'UNtMU AM) BKPaIRING PIANOd. lie warrants bin work to give sstlslactlon. Orders left at II. e>. ftux'i More, on Main street, or at his office near FrcdertcU'a Jrug more, will be promptly attmile'l to. Houston, June 2'J dly VOL. XXXI—NO. 49. HO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 July 1865

Etmtf wtk* beet petit/, to eey ••ih- tef ef Ma aoMltoy. The dispeeMw te be Mdt if monetary affahsls letter &® i- MN eapital than • chest of foW. Wh*t v* MM by thia, U not that heneety whioh Ik* tew leroea upon a mat, •« «™n the hooeety «k* prtlto opinion demands, bat atrietfy J"* deallnc fcetween bh and i" v'** , Vku lb* OuftlwH Government de- moded (he ptyMBtif tha Northern debt to itMlf; there vera two olaases of persons ' who oeapHed vtlfc the demand, those who expected to pay the debt ever again to their eredftora and thoae who did not. Of iie iamar, the majority, so for m we, /"l^wi f_jl 4ga i>a «rfhdh JBMVf IP! wfwiiii vywiyiynw♦ ww were trllBa* ie oontrlbuta is every wey far the aeoeeas of the oauae whep they ware •■lied upon. hot who, at the smm tiaia, did a«t beitive that My pnblie authority oonki aahvart their private obllfe- lioasL Of the latter, some, at laftst owed their onthaaiaam in the Cos- federate oauae to the expectation that it weald releve then from m hea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 July 1865

A r i A and fairness, we should know that. Let ug wait and see. I have left upon record my position, should the rights of Texas be sacrificed by the Federal government. In reply to Mr. Seward, in the Senate, I used these words ; 1 pray my friends to consider them calmly as they were uttered "Whenever one section of this country presumes upon its strength for the oppres- sion of the other, then will our Constitution be a mockery, and it would not matter how soon it were severed into a thousand atoms and scattered to the four winds. If the principles are disregarded upon which the annexation of Texas was consummated, there will be for her neither honor nor interest in the Union; if the mighty in the face of written law can place with impunity an iron yoke upon the neck of the weak, Texas will be at no loss how to act, or where to go, before the blow aimed at her vitals is inflicted. In a spirit of good faith she entered the Federal fold. By that spirit she will continue to be influenc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 July 1865

tsmk HOUSTON. JULY We p«bllak UnUjraUne •mount of in- formation from lit interior, derived from 4k lMMaof thm|pMaimtfoe ruims «rt> if ti flute. B mj bo aome MtUketioo • Ib ftnT rsodtfs io know tbo condition 1/ th® prom of ItoH* will present a eata- lofno of thelmtof poport. Ite flgliirtf- Mrm heads the list. It to stBI yoblithed in Hotuloa, DnQj> M l# and Weekly under the ehugo of Mr. Bitfcordson, for twenty jun ito adi- ter. Sthnadentood it will boimnorad to Oalvwton shortly. A portion of the offleo ,«| iMdmiy bees moved there. The Gfclreeton Civilian has been rerived, Tii weekly and Weekly, by Mr. fltnart, for ^Wenty seven years its editor. Itiscondnct- - if with aU the industry and ability that chai* eoterised his labors in his pelade* days. It Ills fUr en long to r eon me its position as * IsadiOf journal. The GhUreston Bulletin is published Dally g. and Weakly by F. Flake, of Oalvaston, and organ of the Unionists of the State Whenever compromised thsmsslresby sup- porting...

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

-J < J A U petli j. willi* richaod 8. WILLIS P. J. WILLIS &BRO., Successors to Mciihenny, wmu A Bro., at their jia stand on Main Street, will coutlnns their Vuil ULMl Of Wholesale and Betail Merchants, General dealers In Merchandise, Cotton, Wool or other Produce. Uonsignmentato nsfor sale or shipment will receive our h st attention. jnS I*tin A. J. WALKS R & CO.. (Successors to Bacqbk * Walkjb,) Skipping & Commission Merchants J.AVACAi Texaa. WE test to anon nee that oar office Is re-opened for the coaduci of a general Bhlpplntf and Commls rfra business. We au !clt cuuslgnmei.ta ol Cotton, Wool ana other Produce, for sale or shipment, and of Merchandise Ac., Inward, by sea, to be loiwarded to tLe Interior. We plerge onr faithful attention to all business en- trusted to us. Iu5 twin, C. L. BOLTON, Commission Merchant OFFICE, STRAND 8T., UALVKBTON, WILL >^ell cotton for his friends, ar d remit proceed ot sales prjtuptly; and purchase Plantation Bnp pile i at the low...

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

it f ol B CUSTOM, luituri M-Vsou? sad Weekly 0mm3nIn i #T . 1 m wihUan taDdJ*WM*o wOlba Imrtil M lHl tHw asa'wvKSiiJBM's: SSSSfeaH&r55 •Mom wtnbe puWWbed WMtlrMrWi toDnttj taUlM.lt I «*iy.SSO. awl la INaklt «bM. MS. ItlMMdlMM " " ' '■" - established rat* of this paper. I Ml IM idilWiltf ilM rtltriiM it* or pollMsal IMIWH ef lodtvtAwts, all Hi SOUeeS, MM* ' *<all •hMMttf. Ml mtoid IN Mwyky ■bllsatloas la tka reading wmm of , •(•«, #IU ke fuHUhed only u dT«- i mkrMiaf interacting M i polau.ead wksn deeireS will «UI w'H mm mm eMs.ef "nl 2k ft not surprising that the women of tb« Soulfc in the lot to accommodate . themselves to the circumstances by which they are mneoBdad in conseqaence ot the a^Harthrew 6t the lata Confederacy. They ' "#9014 ba either Mqk or less than women «• their.nature to judge of thing* through their instineta and >. sympathies, rather than through the logical • in'ooeMiji of the understanding. And these Instincts and sympathies are cultivated to « great...

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

X V- \i i *71 I VH 1 T The City. Sherifl C. L. MoCarty, of Qalveston, county, was way lay e J and robbeJ, as b« says, by a party of soldier*, on Monday night, near Cuchmau'a Foundry. The rascals obtained $17 00 in specie. As the Provost Marshal has disarmed our cit- izens we hope he will give them the proper protection. The weather is very hot and not a pound of ice in town. Some enterprising man could make a fortune to import a few cargoes. — The Board of Health have com- menced their labors, and the new ordinance will be - enforced to the lotter. Citizens complain that many buildings are used as sleeping apartments by great crowds of negroes. One of onr old citizens informed ns that one house in his neighborhood was rented by a freedman with a family of four persons, and that fifteen negroes sleep in the same house nightly. We hope the Board of Health will ferret out all these dodges. The greatest exertions of our citi- zens should now be made to preserve the public health. • We c...

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

8ri4tftttiflSeUgropl HOUSTON. JULY 18 SSSSSSS3SB5S8SSSS^—• infooriMiA? *othe i'gf tifrimilff *■ «Mnfc tfce ele^e ef Ike wag toefcft,m* °w ,b« topU rfliwl" • on« wttfc vUeb tk« Sooth U _ I fhwtlfillj Hiwf* lit«ik«|rkTv taeritnMe mMc ef IM ** « • • Utile dlferenoe ot opiate, for Ik* simple m boa Oil tkm m m nob for rack differ- UK, It ia tke «at of fete, from whioh AMkMflflM Among the landing aen, the grant end gMdaiaflaef tke Sentk, there is m 4if- tonot of fftaton ee to the puaer of jMitag ibifleite to the beheete of Prot Homo. * the miter being nnnvoldable, the wiff ee booomlnf ee the oeee nfll mitt the gnidnnoe of good mm gad mflletf" Oar greet generate, raehee Lee, JTekaetea, Bennregnrd, Bmgg, Hood, Tm^ilmt Forreet; oar leading ill Weil gfremore, eeaatore, ooegroee- q* tbe lending journalists; and the Md Ike chief pastore of the fall ever the land? all earnestly i who hare been aeeaetoaed to ; or follow their eoaaeela,to j lili ill^frr to the Ualoa la geed faith, and (^aalta toge...

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

GALVESTON. A -1 I. 4 r U $ I > J. S. SAUJUS W B. tiLLIU J. S. SELLERS & CO., Staaral CowmlwioB and Shipping Merchants, UALVKSTON, TEXAS. l> jCSPEOTFOLLV uki conslguintnti of C*UM, J-v VVoal, HUeit aud Produce gem rally. nil bavatba personal sopsr- vblunof oot w. M. Bailers. whoa* long experience lo our Wool D-u.riu.aut 'Ulun of our W. M. Hellers, i Now Yoik clijr will, li Is hopeJ, enable us to render lull satUlactlou to all who may lavor aa wlili tbla staple. 8ptcl.il attention will be given to the execnllou ol orders fit every description ol Merchandise. . June M rtttwljr kit. KICHOLg CBARLKd N1CHIU NICHOLS & BROTHER, (Late of LaQranto.) Commission Merchants jatO GALVESTON. t«3m' V. if. fcawtsa, I buiujo of the tti to of I loimeiiy Bawjer, Rlsher ft Hall. I Baker ft Boillni B0ULD8 BAXEB So CO,, Cotton & Wool Factors, AMD GBNEHAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, OBce, "TBAMD, Uaivestoh. HAVING a store-house where any clam of good* can be ex note. I for tale, we solicit consi...

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

V* ST't 3 i 'y •m 4' gri-3EttM#tI*g*aph s. a. 0*00*0. Iditor aad Proprietor HOUSTON. JULY* 1, 1885. Ill HOOttOI TBLieiAPH la poMMel Mir. Tri-WMftly *1111 Weakly. mw of MikacrlftlM 1 tee=5I^I=1=J AU lutwcriptieoa asoeuuneaa m UK tDd of tha t— patila* am— imperial MrmiiwM ere Mad* f*ua ef AtnrtUlui j I* IU MILT tl| lU-fnlU. 1*. iw. IK tm. tm Agate 1AC-...4Q: si.2* $2,60 94.60 , *' m tu rai-wainr. M MM Hoe — 15a JOc Si 91 S3 as tu wistut far Jgate Hoe Me.tat a ch luaartloc linrtiilM, with the privilege af day chars*, s mt cent. additional to vlwva irliea. furtbe prl*l a(ul weakly change, iwrcent. additional. All dag la payable ba advene* tor tlia time eon- lor, anlasa eapaclal nadaritaedtes laliad to tba ba toaartad at a laaa cbarga 3 ^rsfflrsate'isvs!AS (wrbtd.** Advertisements "till forbid" will ba charged teres eewedvartlaemeota dally. . . . . AnDooitenenta lor public offices will be pnblUhed la i be bally, Trt-Weakly and weakly for tlft; luDully •* Trl-W../kiy. MO. and In Weekly al...

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

w The Cjgtv. TLo well known Rusk Hous<< is as popular as ever with the traveling public. Col. Love knows how to treat his custom- ers and to make tbem feel'at home. Such institutions are a credit to our city. — Twenty-five cents is the price of a shave yet. The barber? are as stubborn as long eared animals. —-— Sour Lake water is one of the best medicines that can be used by persons sub- ject to bilious complaints at this srason of the year. Local lias tried it, and s peaks knowingly. It is for sale by Mr. 'lrube, near the Express office. Try it. We did not hear of a single robbery on Wednesday night. The rascals had doubtless got wind of some important in- formation of interest to them. Every one of them have been spotted, and Col. Ca- rothers at Hunts ville is still needing assUt- anco at his machinery. Several wool-pick- era are needed now, but he bays he can find employment for any kind of trade that comes along. The great hog sale opened briskly yesterday, and many good b...

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

mmam HOUSTON, JVLY W, 1866. The battle-fields of the nroluthn are imomg tktmd historical treasures bequeath- ed M • fefacy to the COTotrjr by the great •truffle between the Wo sections ot the United States. An expedition waa recently Mnt by the Government to the ground where the battle of the Wilderness was fought to re-Inter and re-mark the graven of the Union eeKUere Who were killed there taet year. The leadereet affections of the t^t hearts in every section of the Union are bonnd fcr Hfc to thoee memorable and glorious, yet " dark and bloody glonnds." The "Union soldiers "and the Confeder- ate (oldisse there He amicably together in the arw df mother earth, the best aad no- blest 1)11 111 ef both sections kissed away from their wounds, as a mother kisses away iwteen from the eyes of her nnhappy children. "These all died in faith, not having received the promises " for which thsy respectively longed and struggled. The memory of the Union soldiers has the care of the Government, as ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 July 1865

.4 ! 4 A HOUSTON. PMK1N > COKNfcK Br* j souls _ ' liquors U uoeqnslled In tbl« Bute. H Is Loodoo Dock Brandy I* especially worthy the attenHoo of eouuolaenrs. Al- t'ntl e iiBrUtets ere always to attendance 'a slt uy customers. loff rSm* T & OPINED under the original ann lots of I IPfrklH. I> prepared to supply all thirsty ■ with sptitioone refreehmrnt. Ills U k of Uqu« RUSK HOUSE. . . Houston. Texas. THIS f AVORITB HOTEL la now open for ■mi ll>« receptlofi ol visitors-ladles. gentlemen Hi ill ud (smiles. Tba proprietor h«> lug .boroug'j •■LslLly repaired and renovated ibe entire eatati Hsbuieut, la prepared, wltb clean bed*, and the best fata the market affords, to make ble friends com- •o'ttble. t<>t the convenience ol bis guests leaving by the moraine trslus, breakfast will oommereeat t l-8oVock. 027 dly R. O. LOVK. Propiletor. D. WENAR, WHOLS8ALB and rbtail dkalkk in dry " UoODS, Fancy Plantation Uoods, Liquors, Rope, Kagnlng. Iron. Nails, Olotblog, Jewelry....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 July 1865

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