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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 July 1865

A JI, ™ T The City. Tbe City Fathers have drolared war against all nuisances. The hogs were at- tacked first, and now w tind an ordinance in this morning's paper pitching into the dogs. Owners of dogs, and other nuis- auet'8 will take heed, or Marshal Lord muy cause a few tears to be shed over the loss of the darlings. We hope the City Fathers will pitch into the rats nest. A Chinanaman would get fat here, and rat .pies could be mnnulac- lured cheaply. We caution our readers to look out for sausages when the dog law begins. > —- We notice that buildings of some kind are going up around the old rat harbor, and enquired what they were for. One of §ur city fathers informed us that they were stalls for market men, and would yfc'ld a revenue of a couple of hundred dollars monthly in rent. Well, that's all right, but we hope the rent money will be laid aside, and when the pile is larger a suitable building, that will be a credit to our city that will take their place. Some good people ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 July 1865

.0') >. % esomre, HOUSTON. JULY f . IMS. ■ U, Mill ■ ' 1Ttnirtrr-r—Trrrn' ssrnemmmmmmmmmmmm j of tk« negrose, by the removal of tte evils ! above deeeribad. aad by tha Introdwetioe of i tbeir e«rresp<mding-«dvantagea. Tbe coun- try w U b« peopled bya wbfte population. , «im) mtoy will be orgnnfeed aud Mtelr ; llsbed. And lt wilt be* thrifty and pros* ; parous population, for people are el wave prosperous wfebe cttlttvsMeg fertile lends. Poor me wbe mat will gradually impefte mi the landa tbey cultivate, will gradually riae into prosperotte farmer*. Sinai I landed estates, with independent white families upoft thelb, will covpr t^e, country, in place or the tew imufonM "phetatietfe, With only ovsrssTs aadjaegro quarters tor population and society. Am a prosperous people will -alwaps beoome an intelligent and refined, people. There wilt still toe leige propria etora, probably, but in connection with them will rise op that strength and glory ' a country—a prosperous, strong-chara...

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

A < h HEW ORLEANS. llBt, MATH BBOTH OU'OMT CITT $t*am ?©fei©e© Wwk*> Nos. 49 b SI LAFAYETTE STRUT, NEW ORLEANS. LA. n«In kmm, SI TekMflMilM Bireet t*J* cSm MAYER BROTHERS, No. 51TOBODPITOVLAISTRBBT Between Poydras end Natchet 8U.. N. 0. "HEALERS In LEAF. CHEWING, and msnnfaotnr.. U era of SHOEING TOBAOXJ and C1GAH8. A 1. dSm and veil selected stock constantly on baud. July IS BISOOI * SIMMS, WMLMiU Grocers and Cotton Factors, Me.U MEW LEVEE STREET,N.O. r AVS Manned budness. end solicit the patronage old Mends and the public of Texas. (Mm MARGARET. (MARGABBT HAUOBBBT.) Successor to F. D'Aquln A Oo. BREADS CRACKER BAKER 76 XXV imE BTHKKT, Between Poydras and Lafayette Streets, NEW ORLEANS; lice* eeiuaatly hand a larce aeaort meat of BREAD & CRACKERS, CBAlKNBL BISCUIT, 1'ILOT BREAD, WIN! BREAD, NAVY BREAD OOFPEE HOUSE BISCUITS, FRENCH BISCUITS. SUGAR CRACKERS. BUTTER CRACKERS, BOSTON CRACKERS, SODA CRACKERS, CRACKNEL BISCUIT, PIC NIC, BTO. W All umd>> by macbtceiy. ~t t...

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

^ri-Kfctblglelegrxph S. I. CtrffelNo, iultur aad fwpwun UOV8TON. JULY 98, 1866. Brer/ latter we bare rewired from the North sinoe the close of the war, to filled with the most hopeful views regarding Texas- Especially to it considered that the vast emigration to come in will secure the future prosperity of Texw beyond a doubt. We have told our readns that they might look for this, and wa now assure them that the flood to coming, and beg them to get ready for It It.to perhaps fortunate for Texas in the present isolation that many of our large landholders sre Northern eitisens wlio ate disposed to advanoe their own interests by Betting before the public the attractions of this country as a home. Popular attention to being thus directed to Texaa, and the disposition to seek homea in the for South* west fostered. But it to mora fortunate that so man/ ma* ef mdutiry and enterprise have here* tofore eeme to Texas and anooeeded so well la all the industrial pursuits. Thsir own statements t...

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

b ri The Citv. A a ili report was ciroulated upon the stree's yesUrday morning that a white burglar bad bec-n caught by the patrol guard. Local looked everywhere to tind the claps that won those lots, and at last found himself iu iho Provust Marshal's office. Tiiero he 8'iw an honest looking lrUhmau and two women, hi* accuser*. Capt. Miliar knuW liuwuu nature so Will, that the females could not cotiviiice him that tbe pnday was a burglar, and be wad discharged and went ou bis way rejoicing ——- The bridge over Buffalo Bayou, near the Contral railroad, is now being re- paired. The crossing will be blockaded lor ab ut two wetks, and tbe upper bridge Will bave to be used duiiog the interrup- tion. We tuppose foot passenger* can cross as usual, providing they can walk a narrow plank. We are glad to notioe this improvement and trust all the city bridges Will be at once placed in good repair. The weather is very warm and no ice to be had. We learn that a small quantity came up the other il...

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

Iibfixpb „ HOUSTON, JULY 16, 1IM. HOUSTON TELEGRAPH. b nMM Dally. Tri-Weekly and Weekly. tW • rt«H llli« S"" lS • Mi* - mm dinxfalu a aim wtu be insetted at • l«ordered Id tbte paper. wttjwattbe so*clA*d. will be pnMWbed la Ik* rtMrs ere particularly roaeeitei (oofdsff M M« l4wnlMMDM OSllV IV — T« - . bite utiles will *• •• *< < •nrt Wteklr forftti lu Dsliy slooe. tit ..tOTST^^r.1 _r s or W?-wm4i . MO. end In Weekly afoee. , tM sbovs priori IN In legal Under. Specie • elved etlte meiket r«U, or lo u trouble ol ealce Mini. t the old MitlliM till of this piper. b MMMitoMlH wlU be nobllsfed to this MMr.iutpl at top op Hon ofih* editor, and tben Mly «kM t responsible b om or r*f rnM u* iimmIm It. keowB lo lb* «Mtr< „ OosMeaa lea t lensdesigned to •*; seeal er political Interests ef la4tfHaaJ«. all ebttearles tad Marriage notices, Nrw \ elael ■IImi ef character, iM rendered sac vary by Mwm publications to lb* roadie# eoiuisos of *le paper, etc., will b* pabtished eelj ssedver- C...

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

i I 1 . t r \ mm NEW ORLEANS. NATIK BSOTBBfisi OftSiOBNT CITY Stetm Tsfeaee© W<wfe# Hoi. 49 & 61 LAFAYKTTJt 6IHEET, NEW ORLEANS, LA. Mn Ktomi, 51 Tchoupltoulue KireeC IU2S c6m HOUSTOJN imWEEKLl VOL. XXXI—NO. 57 MAYER BROTHERS, No. 51TCBGUFITOULAS STREET) Between Povdras nod Natchei 8ls , n. 0. T\ BALERS In LEAF, CHEWING, aod niann'actur. JJura of SMOKtNU TOBACCO aid CIUAH8. A be-ivy and wall solectad atock constantly on hand. July 24 d«m BXSCOE & SIMMS, WIOMUU Grocers and Cotton Factors, No. 15 NHW LIVKB STRBBT. N. O. HAVE resumed bnsluesg, ud point tb« latron.'.jt* of their old frlenda and the public of Texas. JUlv23 d6m MARGARET. (MAHGAKET HADGHERY<) BascaiKOr to F, D'Aquln A Co. BREAD s CRACKER BAKER 76 R8V LEVEE STREET, Between Poydrss aod Lafayette Streets, NEW ORLEANS; Km* conalanUy an hand a larcc assort ment of BREAD & CRACKERS, CRACKNEL BISCUIT, PILOT'BKEAD, WINK IIRKj^D, navy bread OOFfBB HOUSE BISCUITS, FRENCH BISCUITS. „ SUGAR CiiACKERS. BUTTER CRACKERS...

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

BgasBsas -fiW'WWWJ 0Wip#pil j*, t;.* ' - 4 ■* ,J *.«.> 4 if i«>4 JULY *!, HN . BOTWOH TELB6BAPH. I. jmkfened Kally. Tr -W.eety awl Weekly. • «. 1 t. jzgtrfi wtwifl «w«mf 1 MM It* licit r VI- All ' iMiftoUMf — „ ., ia*arrangements w ***u '' '," oram ot i -pm Let the fttnfesof evsr/ taacher be « •mined and altered by competent author it jr. Tra t t# mo man tfeia bom imfertani work •* uncertainty. Lit him not only bi het wa i Iiiti id* ruatffr fewletpr but th# requisite moral character u well Wo bopo to ft renewed internet awakened (a education. Ttui ku tbo mnu to epdow tad supply kit tbo eofaoole needed. Let tbem bo built up, fostered and encouraged in every possible way. •? erwto or AdnnlriM IE <<II MIU IM tW-flBH. ' ' ' le. I W II ll. 1* .Mr . 1 M MM HH |. 9*!* fc - <' ► «#■ # *•*. -.4- }*• 4«e ! •■'*■■" Per A*«se* < •Oe. $1 .Me. fur e*«b tiwertim _ the pilvtleg* ef de'v ckMp. t , i«l «• ho*e .rk#a. F«Mbe " ( J2 , ealeee especial auderi tenets* lake* t« tbe will be...

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

The Citv. I BY TELEGRAPH, n'AVm-i\ T in* i [ Major Generul Law. Wallaoa-has written 1 —— A great crowd of persons \ kited <i«vernor Hamilton yesterday. Wr> «aw men of all classes approach liim, and were kindly received. We learn that the friends of the Governor are trying to urge him to remain longer in our city, but he will de- cline, as his official duties compel him to ■et the machinery of State Government in motion at once. We are sure that the peo- ple will sustain him in his efforts to secure the peace and prosperity of all our citi- zeus. ' Mr. J. H. Perkins of this city offers to subscribe one hundred dollars for the • purpose ot building a substantial fenca to enclose the Episcopal cemetery. Who will follow the example? What do our enter- prising citizens, House, Hutchins, Sessums' Ennia and a host of others say t Coma gentlemen, let us hear from you. Some- thing should be done immediately All tho cemeteries are greatly in need of re- pairs, and a little exertion and ...

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

i I 7' tri-Wttkljfelrjraph " i" 11 HI HOUSTON. JULY *1, 1866. We km reeently oonversed with one of the Mat intelligent of Ik* vtrj Urge plan- tere of Louisiana whom we know among the reftageee fat tkia State. He bas always bees a MMeeeefcl ffeater, became he baa ilwijri lived at bum, and devoted hia per- eonal attention te kto plantation* and hie negroes. He tolls ue he hae never had any trouble In the management ot hia ne- groea, simply beeaneuhe has always been among tkem kWeeii. But he aaya that In hie parish tkere were many plant at iona whoae proprietors were absent from ihem mueh of the time, and that, ooneequently the negriu on them were not aa well oared for, were not ai faithful and industrious, the floatations were leaa aneoeeeful, and the aefroee were an iojury to thoee whose maatere managed them better. He soys thai enr plotnre of the eviie necessarily attendant npon large plantations, cover- ing large apaoee of territory, to the exclu- sion ef meet of the white populati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 July 1865

T (i $i No msetffc ASIMMS, .<* WBOLSIAL* Grocers and Cotton Factors, No.IS NEW LEVEE STKEST.N.O. ■lulvll dtm MARGARET. (MABGARST HAUGHEBT.) Buccem-or to F. D'Aqolu * Oo. BREAD i CRACKER BAKER •*' 'TtftliW L* B8 STJU^T, - •} ' t Between Poydr<i« and Lafayette Streets, NEW OKLEANS. lktsv lOBiuntly on hnnd a larce anon- mem ot BREAD & CRACKERS, IKACENKL BISCUIT, " " <s1 I't • PILOT BKEAb, WINE BREAD. COFFEE HOUSE BISCUITS. NA*Y BKKA® FRKNOll BI8C0IT8, IU rTIU CRACK KRS, SUGAR* ORACKKRS. BOSTON CRACKERS, ** HBlJCa ir' / <SOI>A.OBAOKBR8, CRACKNEL BISCUIT, PlC NIC. fcTC. * 49* All mud" by uitch'cei y.. t lb lowest market t>rlc-«. • Ml ht BuW a w WILI1.NB MM DK BOW dc Oil. Wholesale G-rooera COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND COTTON FACTORS, No. 30 and s: New Levee St. NKW OKiJJ \NB .1. U AJOltEY. Traveling Agenl In Tilu. June 111 WAi.LACG & CO. rMrOHTKHS aoff Jo lier o' p.,n|:n mid Domestic DRY GOODS, U>ot , feboes. 11 tin, Jape. -nd a aencia n- ' rtiuent o' IN.. UMOII...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 July 1865

r si, i lb" trod Of til* t«tm «T **rwih>«« t 1« Nfl ATO BHTUUT Ugate Ha* !l£ —!«£' 1J? |Sjo KM , yr< anWimu. AftU Ml . II I® I® ^n' ! lp (u vusit. I k Agtto tf W ^-.. ...y. .lie, tor Mrt Jwwiton advertising lawatle to advaiwe fc' traded lor, enleaa upectal aoder> tar.diogtsbad U> tbe ccnusn • ' Ho arirertlaasaeeis will fee Inserted at • l<« start* *"" « t ■tr.wSJSW' £ M.rc.'S-'r.r™ ,U "till fur bid will bo charged D ClitA dltif. -- 1 M«tn >• obH« >'d •ty for Nt t to Deity Tno sbove MteiPato la legates °d?r'.* p e!ere-- c ilfid it its nirkil r«t# o* K> mvc t'otibii* ot mIco r to of tUt paper. *} if ton DoUr. A^vertU-em (belr aft CorbHl.w A** tor «■< rrw Ait In il « Til- PK Meatlea wiB bo trtltt-ed in this f4 l! IbeoeUoa 1 tio editor, M Uxor i* rcooetlMo or refereoss to- es k«r om (Mo of Is will w'H «.r .h. P.- 01 l.dtvtd..ls,.ll obi tear leased aefrlefe aefleee. Mm 1 vlndl eetlens of ebarsetsr, tot rendered ate wwjf by idfono inblwittoti t* Um reeding eoram...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 July 1865

m - w( 4 r trc tin T'he jCity. The great iucrease of bnsiuePs with the different rail road companies has caused some important changos to be made iu run- ning their trains. The trains over the Gal- veston road will hereafter leave Galveston on Mondays and Saturdays at 7 A. M..and will connect with the Texas Central rail- road in .this city, nnd ou Mondays with the Buffalo Bayou, Brazos and Colorado road at Harrisburg, as well as the Tap road for Columbia. The trains over the Buffalo Bayou, Brazos and Colorado road will also connect *t Harrisburg on Saturdays with the train for Galveston. The train will return from Houston, leaving at 3 J P. M. on Mondays, Saturdays, Wednesdays and Fridays^*! # A. M. Passengers going over these roads will take notice of this change, otherwise they will have to remain over un- til the regular departure of tlie trains on the days above mentioned. There has been no change otherwise from the old schedule over the Buffalo Bayou, Brazos and Colo- rado road...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 July 1865

. ->• eeMfljtlfUgtap jllA, v|||V'oq the otl HIJW deemed it 1 Man OUIHIHO, XAitor m* Prapnatoc MtfUSTOH. JUL V *9, UCa. TJ8TON TELEGRAPH tttbnabad Dally, Tri-W«afc y an.i He. my VMM •* M«kMrl il*a i 1 M. IN. « H. If. — -ft so 44 an m 4i« xkr 1 IJO $3 in i\J ly m.„$i ui - is 4• All dlaoolllluo*-! at tl.e • ml oi III* m« paid lor anleaerepeclel arrangem -nta er. made 1WM *T A4*«rlMui ■ ■ UI MBT «*S TU-WHCLf. I*. I*. IN >«. «■ AsaU IMU - Ifc 40: $1.35 U.tM , U W 1W-W*E*LT. M A«*U Bpe —l o tOc tl M tS UI III WtHUt. far Ante > «., . r J*c web inierttoi AiratMaiif, with the privilege of Chang*, per cwt. adottioial to F.r the pti I Knot ut-weekiy cbai Uirrcti.1. adiitllotal. ai MvottUliiR to pa)alia In adv.tt e tor the time eon trecled lot, nnlaaa tapeclal oi.der- tacdlBg U bad to tbe MMmy. Mo •dvarUaamrate will be traeried at a ina chart* <*Ad?artl*a«>ente ordered to ttila paper, without fhe ItttM btfiig iBaclflcd, will be publlabed In the I ^paillrula'ly rtto'tM lo ortM .— ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 August 1865

NEW ORLEANS. Dissolution •( Cofirtunklr. Ta* 'mil OF a 0 NHL3oN A 0' (•.dUsulTtd.br X i 4j in ot the dautn < f Mr. H-nry C w Biker, ou« o> Um Ui«0.t>er>. Wbo died oj tut 31 < t O'tuhvr uat. „ _ . HO KELSON -New OrUio*. Ja'j 10,1868. X A NEL?oN. Nsw OlLUU, July 10,186}. Tae onderslgred will continue the Cotton Vector* ge aul Communion Bu .loess in the Dune of 80 and T A NELSON A CO* Counting Hou.e ISJGravlet Street * .lue place b fur ife lut twelvo or 16 rttri. All shipments olb<tton or other Pioouce to oar firm will receive oar best cure and attentioo. 80 NELSON, T A NELSON. R-fer n;c 8 Uhocopi, Houston, Tuu. July • 1M1 dAtait MAYEB BBOTB1II) ' CIHCUT OITT St&am Tobacco Works, Koa. 49 & 51 LAFAYETTE. STREET, NKW ORLEANS, LA. , Patea Hooino, fl Tcboapltoalaa Htrett 1024 oSm JtiUUSTOlN IRI-WEEKL VOL. XXXI—NO. 59 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2, 1865. WBCLft KO 3932 GALVESTON. MAYER BROTHERS, No. 51TCHOUPITOULAS STREET) Between Poydras and Natchcg Sts., N. O. T\KA...

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

N -. H. GViHDtO, Miter w>d rzoyrator. ,nrH- i jfa ' ■ BOOBTQW. 4VaU8T 8. IW6. :*qU8T<W TELKORAPH. 'j U kMM Dally.'W-WmUj aod Weaklr- - <iuA ***** «i wmrtw ® 5a5r=^i§ Weekly—•« J* A«*la _____ tfilwrthlM iiuiMimniw. ita so* i S9 Mf OM fTZmmmrn*** laasrted MiIm ^msSSaSSt&SA igate ■mmWUM la oYthe editor, and Own 1MB# Of «• «•"• *z&m ""i* wtU rtt Hk« •*• sM*of k'. • ol ilfMKtnr- the | Ot* MVt oolnmu l 4 J «lIH>e found ."j It it oar duty M • public Journalist to mk known to on* wrfow dl Information w«m*y obtain as to tbo p«Hcr of the admin- istration in regard to <ho reorganization of tbafitataa associated with tko late Confode* rear. W« think ttlf policy fa now tojerar htf w#ll understood, tai may be compre- hanrively stated u fallows. The emanci- pation of the negroes is assumed as a finali- ty, and the States engaged in the "rebel- Boa" will ht repaired, la returning to their to make proof of their loyalty by so changing tbeir coiatHntions as to ex chide slavery....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 August 1865

\ ' The City. The New York and Now Orleans papers were selling on the streets yester- day at 25 cents each, and fast sales at that. We saw several defunct dogs near the market house yesterday morning, and th^r former owners will look in vain for the return of their faithful "Tiges." Well, they bad fair warning that war had been declared, and it was their own fault in not preventing the catastrophe. The water cart freedman has not been ae^n for a day or two past. The showers have given Sambo a chance to re- cruit his horse. We expect to s")e the water squirt hereafter. Mr. W. N. Bryant, the pioneer news agent in our city, has placed Harper's Magazine and Godey's Ladies' Book for August, and flies of New York and New Orleans papers down to the 28th of July upon our table. Bryant is enterprising, and says he will not be behind any one in having all the papers ahead of the mails. He now has the New York Herald, New York Mercury. New York Ledger, Frank Leslie's and Haider's Pictorials, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 August 1865

r*flfe mU * ^ti-WecMg telegraph o ^ ""— !« HOUSTON. AUQU8T 1. IM5. / I We ainccrolj bsllara that, under presont circnmsUnces, it is the duty and policy of all men, both North and South, to ptutua that course, and to entertain and aipraaa those aentimsnta, which will aoat certainly tend to an early and harmonious to ra- tion of the integrity of the Union. At the same time, it is clear to our mindf that no policy for the reintegration of the Union which tenda to the abatement of the South- ern people in their own estimation, or to the of their eelf-mpeot, honor and conscience, is guided and informed by the eplrit of wisdom. They are all united in the conviction that it U their duty to socept •nH the Union as their providen- tial destiny, and they will countenanee nothing wqieh tends to retard, or render imperfect, its hanftonions restoration. The Union they reoeire as the lesson of the war; yet they could not have received that lesson, under the circumstances heretofore existing, thro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 August 1865

HOUSTON. NO r ACS. T<n>m 1' twfp r d to aharpen Qln Stud X tod MiUi, a« before the war. A>t>lrra« at Rich " o"d. JaI3<llm* C H DKNN1SON. Fall Garden Herd*. T ANDRETH'S Philadelphia fct'e li*—warranted fresh JU ind nenaloe. For ule *t Allen'* Book Slore. Hardest e'< sod Stiver.ton'f, at my aard*". aiid daily at the market hooee. P. J. ftlAHAN, July 18 Spring (iarden. Uuiiston. , ; W. B. WALKER, COTTON BROKER, Jolt MAIN BTREKT. HOUSTON. rtSm J. T. & WM. BRADY, GENKRAL MNUglnai. Ca QALVKSTON. rce Street, HOUSTON. QPJCOIAL attention iiven lo Plsntera' tnnlnm In 0 the aale of Gotten, Wool, and other Country Pro* dace, and the purchase cf PUr.tatloD Buppilta. A<1. Tancra made on cooalgnmenta for aale or ablpment to ether potto. jure dly WILLIAM T. AUSTIN, Receiving, Forwarding and . General Commission Merchant, HOUSTON, TEXAS, WILL receive en onaignmrnt, for aala er ship- ment, Cotton, Wool, tilde;, and all kinds of Country Produce ami Merchandise. Order* lor raar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 August 1865

-WteUgSrltgrflphj h. c Md Piopmtor. HOUSTON. 4UGU8T 4. 1866. telboeaph. it. wm. I HOUSTON u ^pa^attyJM w«* w*«T' nJusSa itf fii iwr tM ui nr. , JM |> « * f ■BtV. " ' „-W.*rMehta*rtiee raagHSdSaSasaya wm b* towt* el • lwebir| ^taras®"^pui^sws: saw® i|Tm Charted IiSiISm rate of tbta paper. ■h'i i I ' i ' <! .- ' fesswyp-iss paMWMAMlyM 4*«r: I «MllTMl i IntorMltM • ••«• potau.tftd w*** 4MlMd Win it> «IU fit bat W ||<* ol mini* TbcNtw York Independent recently ex praaaed regret mat the joutn*ll m of this country «u o inadequately manned in tha w*7 of editor*, and proposed that men should be educated and trained tor, that ro- catloa, in the i mo-i ay tti^ttfptji are edu- cated and trained for the ot^,profea«iona( A more important iug|estfoa for the future cottar* and ebaraoter of tbfe eountry bat not been made in m#tty a year. The idea it tot original with the Independent, bUt haa been floating through the thoughts and discussion* of bb«erV«ti# tittd* inedimtiTe men ever aino...

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