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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 August 1865

Tli© City. mr r" • ' •' \ < We hope our vigilant {<olic.ni 11 W'il set their i.iftrsuR carefuily to eiuoli ilia jtaiijt of buralma now iDfestiUft our c ty, us (hey <l > to citeh swine and dojrs. j If they do, wa thiuk there will lie very few ' rascalities to report. - Peaches **tl here for thirty-firo j eent* per d<. z-'n. We hope some cnterpris- i ing \ BiikdP will import a few cargoes of apple?, us this luxury l as been very i-carce | fop the' past fjur years. Wo had another heavy shuwer of rain ou JVednesday night, pnd the water- 1 cart man is not. needc! to-day. The ! weather^ cool aud comfortable. —r-^Ir. J. J. McKeevcr, the well known I . SouthuUgBxpregprnnni arrived from Niw ; roomihg and is stopping: j at tflflPBw1 Houpo. Ha looks well, aud I that lie lias hud full rations during the) war v.e do not doubt. 11 u camo here to j cude ivor to make arrangements with the I N<-0. a#d Northern * Esprfss Company to ) form a connexion with his lines in New Orleans an...

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

I ®ri-^eeWg®elegtapt HOUSTON. AUGUST 3. 1865 Th« Austin Intelligencer of July 28th, denounota the Telkoeaph in the most bit- ter style to (he extent of about two elose- 1/ printed oolumna, for abusing the Union men of the State. The article which hai called forth tUa outburst of inligna'lon, ia the "leader" in oar dally of July 18tn. On* readers will b* enrpriaed when we in- form them that in that artiole there ii not a tingle reference to the Unionist 6/ the State. Moreover, there la not a slogls line In the Tiuouri, from the oloae of the war until now, a«alnat that elaae ol men. Our por- tion with respect to them ia unequivocally aet forth la the following extract from our iaane of Jane 26tb: "There are twe olataea of men in thla country, and two only, who have any olaia to reapeot as honeat and patriotio men, and who may be trusted in the delicate tad difficult work of eetabliahlng the eWil government of the State: Oie avowed Union men, who have been known t> be Union men from...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 August 1865

HOUSTON. M> REICHMAN & C0< AUCTION AND COMMISSION (/: -..•Li '■V f XJ r , mm l ■ iMiyf k, Houston, Texas. ABB rUPAHID TO XAU ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS Ot all Kinds of MziitcBAsa-sxsx: HWMtll I'retlnce nlwnys Hand. TO EXCHANGE FOB M'cb'dlse and Western Produce* All Consignments can be made to us direct, at GALVESTON, where we have en attentive Agent and •mple Store Room, to take charge of inch Oooda saving Oonstgner* the dsnal commission charges at Qalveiton. Refer to any leading home la Galveston and Houston. Jf. HEICHMAH & Co., July 8-dly. Auctioneers. AUCTION SAIiB BY M. REICHMAN & CO. ON THURSDAY* AUG. 10TH. Owing to the tact that ear heavy consignments of DRY 00001 win not he In time for Wednesday'* •ale. that Bale is Postponed until Thursday, When we will oflRer as good a catalogue as any of the season, to which the attention of the trade Is In TlUd' K, •pytpirifgig & CO., Anct'is. Notice. h_ les ready. Persons lo« M. RBIOtlM AN A OO. * HO U STOJN IRI-WEEKL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 August 1865

i-%eW|Megtajrf H. OUnae, BUttt mM rrepnetor. HOUSTON. AOOU8T 7, 1866. [OU8TOH TMMUlPHT I* published Dally .ITrt-WesfclT VMktr- iTerai at MikMrtfOMi = ijr*^ (Mi Tl hi 9l id I m ^ "nml"#* £1 ►Ut> crtptintia ttoMMM •> UM eltBe ' lot qih*m <*p*ctel MTMMMaaato are lerM *r AlwilWMi • i a ibm milt tn twram- is. *• —1 — - gojo •SjSo vm 4 lf Moe Aijate lint... ........~1S« Me R w tu mat. loth* ' Agate nn ... *V«TtUI cent. i ot triweekly "tifing u payable ta '<'■ io>, unless eepeaUI Utltj. | a <!Tf rtlaementa WUt taSSftSd [Adv, rt'.reroents ordered te tMs 82 IUIijq being atwelAed, will be plUHM U Ifc* • n w advertisements datlT. nouncemente lor paUls oJBe«S win«l i5 iSn. r h bally, Trl-Weekly ind Weekly lof Ml; tc Dally [Tri-Wwiiy. wo. and in Wooklyrfaye. >! _._ |C« above prior* are in Itiel tender. U2e [elred t It* market ret*, or to esve tjeoMsel |"k. >t ibs old eetsbBsbed rate or this safer. |b eommenloatlen wilt Iw'•■WJMH • *Jj Mer,except M Ik*opltoe oftM e*Mer«aai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 August 1865

[% ^ The Citv- One of * tbeT n,er".inl. thl" °®oe bad die misfortune to bate his horse stolen on Friday night last. Th« "oundrels *eew have to mercy on fditors and printer,. The W,U ,urn ®P at HuuisTi.le in due time- lVttcbe *ere Be,,in8 for twenty- fite cents i tr doxen on the streets jester- *Sav Ther can be bought from the wagons at one to two dollars per bushel. ^.j,e late rains hare caused our streets to be lB a yer* flUh7 condition. The utters emit a horrible stench, and defunot dogs are left unburied in 1 many P r,g of ,he oi'*' . Th.isJ Is a11 ?r0D«' and the greatest care should be taken to keep the o'tf clean and healthy at this season ot lUft year- There are several , uui ance8 that should beat once abated, several vacant lots, in the heart of the city, re uow *D a 'bameful condition and ghouls be remedied at once. Where is th* energetic board of health ? Stir them up, gentlemen. The great cry raised against the bakers here a short time ago, that they gouged the publio in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 August 1865

0* i . 01 ►t/ai vUl rt'.dti It. *1.1 l g ntttm *2? n w OUiicei 6*1 ly Wwk itwve I at 'P* # , cxce hen ale* idh or | arte* II Of ®ri-3WeeM<l® HOUSTON. AUGUST 5. 1M . We call attention to the card of Mill Brjaat, to be found in oar column! thi« moraine. . ■ ■ ■ i We e«ll Mpecial attention to the cud of T. A. Jams, Hew Orleans. He iiu old eltisen of tbe Creeeesi city, end ft perfect gentUmea. Pnrobajeri ordering wines and liqoora from bin eandoeo In full ooofldence of raeetrinf tbe gtiniae, pare aad nnadnl- teratedtfUele. The Aaatia Gazette, published by our old friend, Mr. John Holland, «od edited by N. 0. Raynton4« Esq., U an exceedingly hand. and edited with taste and tad kid f< ieved f seen <jmi B bat Ji^rice and | [ labc |ch frope^ (Tore 1 , beiii .flic in thl aid have] families/ > age. lami t" they would kboliUo the ihi of flprfd ail the canaee of ditquiet and de- which surround ui, wo are in dangev of forgetting the bleating* still vouchsafed to as. The land rem aim,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 August 1865

mm mm HOUSTON. r H. BEICHMAN 6 CO. AUCTION AND COMMISSION Houston, Texas. All nnuio xo uamm ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS Of all Kinds tl MBHOHAM'B.ZSZ! DmumI* Produce Klwiirt an Bud. ; , TO ■XOBAHffl VOK iwjfeiv ' ' H'ch'dbe and Western Produce, All Consignments cm be made to a* direct, t GALVESTON, whore we lure en attentive Agent and •mill* Store Room, to take charge of *uch Gooda aavtog Consigner* the usual commission charge* at Oatveaton. Refer to any leading house In Oalveeton and Honaton. M. BEICHMAH & Co., July 8-dly. Auctioneers. ▲XJOTZOXff « BT LEI M. BEICHMAN & CO. ON HOtlSTOJN i — "fri.-^^«PNB8PAT ait VOL. XXXI—SO. 62. 1365. XX. WHOLE NO 3936" HOUSTON. E. O. LYNCH, Commission Merchant SOUTHWEST COB. MARKET SQUARE HOUSTON. ~ T*HB undersigned wut *>uttou« the burl nee, of the X late Arm ol Crawford ft Batt,and will becoi.-ts.nt- ly in atUiudanoa te aeooui wodote cnatomera. florae* wilt reeetve the meat careful attention and the beet feed. Carriage* .Buggtae, Qoraea. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 August 1865

fri-3$etMf$tlegtxpk WL CUSHIVS, Idittr UA Tt$§tmm Houston, august . h HOUSTON TELMRAFH. U paW MB* J,:Trt-W*ee«rdoaWeetUr. I ' tSTmm iwmt ';mi _i|L,; « * « ^ iNt IM Matttrertlaeaftaata wHIb* loaartae «*1H b pobtlrted ■to Hat to Dally oobte of M 40 M £ «((£> MtMMf M* u>«* MM« r«*sr a0e M- """ ' M MvunOO the par- or totttVMeate. al M, pmo * «■<• I Ui tft* mdto* OO«*MO* M pablhbad only u odret- e« omhraeiog Wwft*r «i Wto <MW U' wto IU>'H <mb# OB* till* Of #e ibdnlgethe hope tb4t the party now „ ^ president John- fmtmjr ana bo able to feel ihatlt haa the rer, and hold* the 4e«tiny of tkle oun r for the time being, W ftrbenda. W hat- ' laid of the counienhe South live to Motaeion, she wee i to tot ttivmlir *.*• *nd , who are no# ; the present oooupaot of the Pratt on accoant of"hia«oneervo- i Tiewe when eorapared with their own. J ntieal wiof of the Bepubllcan party te oeirtelnly growing tety much Alienated i Mr, Jobn «n, and Lla peculiar riews -;i' -1 gutea fla'afc suit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 August 1865

The City. Some one of the very meanest of the thieves with which this city at present abounds, feloniously entered the chamber (located, for convenience, in an attic) of one of the printers of this establishment, some day or night last week, and robbed him of the savings of ten or twelve years of honest industry. When men become so completely depraved, and descend so low in the depths of rascality as to rob a typo, what may wo not look for next? Try some one else, gentlemen; you'll not make enough out of the printers to purchase rope to bang yourselves. Our market is now completely over- stocked with peaches, and they can be pur- chased cheaply. —— The market thieves have reformed lately, and market men who come here with produce are not robbed as badly as fo.-mer- ly. Some good officer has interfered and tried to abate the outrage. There was not a single case before the Provost Marshal's court yesterday. Our city has been very quiet and orderly for some time past. No fights or othe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 August 1865

S. ■. CVSH90, Iditor ud Pnpnator. HOUSTON. AUGUST 8, 186ft. V.. >, "BliMifl «rr r " Peace IWtbMB eeUblldied. The inferior foroea •f Iki North km oretrooneth® South, ud Hi of anas ku mih). The red tU« of vir kaa bom drives bsek, boitile Imn m more meet, the br off hills eoho bo son the Utile cry, end the earth drinks ao Iff** the life blood of the slain. Thns ffg |me |n been established between the In Motions of ths United States. The flMtk has laid down her arms, her oltisens aaok jtare, quiet and proteolioa under the «*l#faf " and the leaders of her armies, jrith lb nee bravo soldiers they led, are re- Mwiaf their allegleace to the Federal Oorernment, and proolalmlng their loyal- lj le the United Statea. But there i* seme- tM«| more needed, besides the mere ore- hHib of boetillties upon battle fields— • something more required besides the mere lagfiag down of arms, to Oktabllah that kind If peaee, whiob should nov rule eu- |M^ in onr blood-drenched land, and vhioh la absolutely ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 August 1865

yoOTPoy. u * WL BSSCHHAH & CQ. ■•v 11. .. t . f'T ju-jji 4 iiUiU t £ l.N •'.(/« a-i.'d #«'*• AND COMMISSION ''<X *).(.! "^'Houston, Texas. JTSHpHITJWI /<;k ' AS*' rM^AKBS TO MASS « :!'! 10 «Wts // A. J / * i ira'j* * '' , - 1 £ij ' '! ADVANCES 0 N CONSIGNMENT jy/>. jniOXi , iars *i # X y *1 w. ^ c. iv fi(/ ; Of all Klnda mt T "ii !' i art. o sec an x>xi r?r> ii iii£. | { •/* $. t / •■Mill rr*4<u a I way a «■ Hand. 6- 'S.IO'ulI no:«ij : H to ixobaxoi ros JtiODSTOJN TRIWEEKLY TELE VOL. XXXI—NO. 63 HOUSTON, FRIDAY AUGUST 11, IS65. WHO JUL NO 3936 HOUSTON. W. B. GRIMES, (IN M il. BICI k CO/3 OLD STAND.) WILL CLOSE OUT HIS STOCK, Consisting of • general ASSQflTHSIT Of HIT BOOTS—Gents' Fine Calf, SHOES—Gents', Ladles* A Children's. HATS—Man's and Boy's, 0TB H8HIRT8, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWER8 and PANTALOONS. BAMDKIBOBIBrS, HOSIERY, GLOVES—Lidlei' tad Gent \ TUff WARXL aorm pots. TBA KETTLE 8, TIN PANS. UN PLATES, * TIN CUPS, OROOKBRT. TUMBLERS. PLATES, CUPS AND SAUCERS, DI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 August 1865

•-*-— loata «g*j j ply rvj portiasnlly aad AUGV8T 11. IM&. m sa; «?!# thanks tt> iba Co «ar*ial udths Atlanta' Expre for late Wew Orlaaaa p fw. *b«y «n ' a of, . , W*t 1 1 ■■■ Bidge Paaofeal, feq* a Ma, «• bellare, ef Judge Faatkal, of Amtia, kit biMM «M Of tk« •< • •* *• «• * •*•• 1«1W- U„t Xa that joarnal of U e 9th ki Mkn kto bow to kin readers In a well written eelutetory. Dr. r. Smith it also employed u M mWmI on iki Bulletin. .< . I >■ ! I > ■■! " Tb tov^«fjr aHTlnf(wIlUbdtfp«- |)iing of lotereei to thsm in ourfdreriiainf Minnas. Pedro Laina offer. for mlotto finest hoary ofthe season, ice not Pickled oyoforo are gjood at all times, and better jast it tbU time than any othar. Pedro baa iome of the beat, M wellaamaaj other good things. Wo haw triad them end apeak by the ca^. Wo are glad to learn that our old friend Oaa. X. B. Debray. baa boen appointed Agent of tbe Commercial Expaw* Company lathis city. No initltation could provide itaelf with a better recomm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 August 1865

saatm Mil. The Citv- — Major Geueral Andrews returned to this city yesterday from his tour to Austin, Sob Antouio, Goiuale#, and other towns in Western Texas. Ho speaks in high terms of the country and people where he has traveled. He made the trip trom Austin via San Antonio without a guard. This shows that everything is now quiet through the West. —— There is considerate bogus coin cir- culating in this city and vicinity. Look out for it. —— The burglars have quit work tempo* rarily again, but our peoplo should not ceaso their vigilance. The rascals are only walling for a good chance to make a big haul. Citizens, be on your guard. The water cart man tries his best to lay the dust, but his old squirt makes slow headway. Sambo is enterprizing, and de- Jfly^credit. ^^B^PTe had ocular demonstration of the foot, yesterday morning, that soldiers com- mit robberies upon country people at the market house. The patrol guards only wink at the outrage. We protest against this outrage upon ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 August 1865

■Ml m mam ®ri4 teUg®flegrapIi . JLS. 0DUL1B9, -•Hfi CM repasts* tke fall vBl ke few* |(f fl«T«MI UUmai tke Capital of t*e State, m gi*aa W tke ft—1- TIslMfsan- PfM tka MfNt. Md from I |IWP BUM af nlMM Mfvwtf * KUJowko* tww, tt w*ld wew ttittt* WmWee •f aiUaonS «H asn#**M fit**** W- MfA U ft* ortolans." IN iwartar MM soaaswkai oblltions of Ikis ifcat la >iiiil |inif - Not so Got. Paaae. HtaaJT^mrWhr l^^r- 1 )aatioe wkiak ten kie akaraotar flaring tkesaaaj years of h tili _ la Vmm. Be haa baaa a Baton aaa tatka beginniag, though differing so widely tnm the treat bui af Up fellow r'HilairW al imH erfUoal Oai«k M4 npoa aajssaa Wkiak tkey regarded as lnroMag < .«p«*«d .S ka flaw nat ftrgat nov.in the day of the triumph of hit prtn- ei le*, to treat kis feraw poUUosJ atfo- aaaM with tba reseat dot to msnof boa- ar, aad wltk tha symjetkjr daa to tha^f mm«i situation. la reprssanting them nprataiadTi af Oe*ern ant . ha 61 **** hadhtl sHptsrtstlns irf the sscriflee ef and of old hablu,...

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

HOUSTON. 1 1 \ ; V '■ i M. &BICHMAN & CO. AUCTION AND COMMISSION I Willi# < "i% i i'm rii iii*iinii%aii war ■■ rz :"I'rr" *"i 1 • HOIJSTOA TRI-WEEKL^ , / VOL. XXXI—NO. 64 HOUSTON, MONDAY AUGUST Wiooo. WHOLE NO 3937 HOUSTON. Houston, Texas ARK PBCPARBD TO MAKK ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENT 411 nil Kluda of MBnOBANBISB oncotic Piodiu-e nlwny* an Hand. TO KXCitANOK FOR M'cli'dlse and Western Produce, All Conslfnnients cud be made to an direct, at • ALVESTON, where we have an attentive Agent and ample Store Room, to take charge of such (loo la saving Consigners the usual commission charges at Oalveston. liefer to a-iv leading house In Oalve.v.on and Hooitnu. M. BEICHMAN & Co.. July 8-dly. Auctioneers, AUCTION HAT.T! BY' M. BEICHMAN & CO. ON . Wednesday, August 16. AN INVOICK Staple & Fancy Dry Goods, AN INVOICE Assorted Dry Goods, AN INVOICK Assorted Medicines, AN INVOICK Fancy Dry Goods, AN INVOICK Cntlei AN INVOICK Notions, AN INVOICK Liquors and Segars. This' sale pr...

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

Sri-l|IetMg$eIejjrj X. H. CtTSHIMO, Editor and Proprietor W HOUSTON. J1UGU8T 14. 1866 . We have witnessed many meetings of late between some of the best and most intelligent Men of the State, of opposite Tiiwi) and oonnes during; the contest re- cent# closed. Wo are not awaro of a sin- gle instance in these inttfrlows where they were not perfectly cordial in feeling, and perfectly harmonious in riews as to the faturs. The result of the war is regarded by both sides as baring blotted out all the caoSee of past bitterness, and all the ques- tions calculated to produce dissensions in the future Mutual explanations of convic- tions and motives have generally served to increase mutual respect. Returned Union- ists have Said, " 1 wns as good a Southern man as you were, and was as muck devoted to Southern rights and institutions i but I was satisfied that secession, would lead to War, and bat the war would result in dis- aster, and in the .destruction of our institu- tions ; awl the result...

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

s , \ The Citv- M. Retell man's sale, to take place on Wednesday, August 16th, will be the largest, of tbt> soAKOti. Country merchants mid others will find it tu their iuterest to be on baud--. The goods to be sold are pronounced by J hose who have exmnined them to be the best assorted lot ever offered in this market. Catalogued will jie ready on the morning of the day of sale. >• —i— An attractive assortment of dry goods and pocket cutlery will be sold to- morrow by Messrs. J. 8. & J. B. Sydnor, as * well as sundry other useful goods. See •" tfteir advertisement. ^ Two colored individuals were fined •' In Recorder Ferguson's court, on Saturday , morning, for engaging iu a game of iisti- t ruff. Those who saw the battle pronouuee It to have beeu a very exciting one, and the two combatants displayed considerable , ; ic(fepci! ifc striking oijt from the shoulder. uThe claret flowed freely, and bunged peep- .^ifs.weru to be seen at its close. On the whole it was quite an item...

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

MM afcadld tmSsStarn t. a. OVSKDW. MtHt u4 Vnpnator. HOUSTON. AUGUST 11 T 1M6. W« mOm ft strange sUtemen* going the rounds of tbe papers, abouta Meting of the friends of Mr. Joftnsa Dotis la N. Y. «lfr,t*« l8S A 4sftrthoMcpo«sos«f his approaching tiiaL One version of tho omo Is that a Mr. lUbort Brown, who was present, spins aa t«da tt K ho lbQow- iag statement of fceta. [Wo sapfOM frost this that tho SMotisf wao private, aad that Mr. Brown oither revealed what pas- ted, or was sallod to tostity oa oath.] Tho asctlof wm i«t oonposod of oltlssas of low York, whsa at tho suggestion of some one Mvenl fonthern gentlemen outside were invited inside, when tho djore were closed. A sommittos wm appointed, ooasisting of Major Ooathot, whe wm not present, Onrlos Butierteid, Thomas .Martin, Messrs. DoagUs and Clanoy. A general oonveraalion ensued. Thjy all decided thai Davie" trial was the most Im- ports* to ths woiWs history. Mr. Cutter quoted from the Declaration of Iadepead- enoo to show th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 August 1865

HJEW ORLEANS. \ 1 / v. t i ; f® TEXAS AGENCY AT MEW ORLEANS E. C. M HARTON, - . . (At office of New Orlouni Pirayuoe,) WILL attend to Ailing am •null order* from Tox< «t for INDIVIDUAL, BUSINKSf. or fAMILT SUPPLIES, Charging • moderate commission for bis servleoa. orunt tiled except on reeolpt of lands for the ad Irausaoilooa III Mow Orleans MO (o> Kirns to: 0.0. Lokko< p* and ■. H. Cashing, at Haoston t wad Uaiat Bork' •nd$iS2,?Td- SOHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY , • D U N C A {I & CO., 136 OAMP STREET. • MPPt>ud ouojper than by any otbor house la the sontb. angtdAtwim T. A I'U porter and Dealer to fine Wines and liquors, - W . if €Mp Street, Tm I- N*f OB^SANS. f"" De Venage A cj.'a Supettor Champaign*. Or Jtr* ■ollclted. aug&dAtwlm j DCAYSS BROTHERS, ■ckbicxkt city Ko*. 49 & 61 LAFAYETTE STREET, NfcW ORLEANS, LA. Roomo, SI Tcbouplfoalao Nirett /< • ifS) / MAYER BROTHERS, No: 51CHOUPITODLAS STREET* ' i ^ l*«"«n Poydias jud Natchez 3ia., N. 0. T\KALKR94p I.KAP...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 August 1865

iri-WeeMgielegi E. H. CTJ8HIW0, Editor and Proprietor. HOUSTON. AUGUST 1«. 1866. The various schools and colleges, vale and female, which are to open their balls' for the reception of the fIris and boys, and young dm and women ef the State, at the commencement of the coming autumn, have already made their announcements, moat of them in the columns of the Tutu- ouph. Texas, though younger than the other Sonthsrn States, has now the advan- tage of most of them, not only in commer- cial and industrial interests, but also in the nutter of edaeatioa, from the iact that she bas not been desolated by the war a fact of whieh she haa no right to boast, but of whioh she may be thankfaL Moat of her old schools hare continued in operation during the war, those which were discontinued, if any, an being revived, and new ones are ^ringing up, to meet the infteased.demand for education incident to the close ot the war, to the increase of population during the war, and to the large Increase which is...

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