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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 May 1866

PALM SHAKERS at is Okm tm each. «'• (W S^AKE^S '* ATfii CKNTrf BACH- i'- PALM S & = /■ t ' 7 • JJTJBA'TS EACH ^ orOTJxrXKT' HCIDS At' -V' a I 26 O^JT 1'KR^AIH JOUj^NilB K I I\ S, _ < ' «l 8> OENTS'PER PAIR. fW V% d. 4 a^;'flrxxz>afr * * ''' ■ 3$ •1 tt CENTS PEIt PAIR. ,hii * > J 0 II V I N ' S KIDS, ► TJ cents per paib. ' K] *■ ' t?OTNtff^&L PAIR. ; n*- JOB VI K ' S K I D S. ♦I- «UBNTH PER PAIR. lace mantles. HfflMffRH: I.AUE MANTLES. Xi Aon POINTS l.aoe points. lack points. lack points. laok points. lack points. LACE B^SQUINES LAOK BA LACE BA iiaun BAB Zj. .030 FAXjUTOII LACK PALjTOS. LACK PALlTOS. mmst LACK FALBT08. BEBAOE MANTLES k^xxrasir P I C- MITTS pio-NI s* nUJH'1'Ti.W P aKIRTB LACE V E I L S. lace veils. laok vb 1l8. lack veils. laok veils. LAOK veils. 12?" Call before they are all gone.^jgl Ittnln Street, Hoimton. decl-dtwt Y and THURSDAY ocinv at 10 o'clock, A. tf. Grand Peremptory Sale! ORCATEST INDUS EM EiTt If El OFFERED I —•; S.*L. Hohenthpf &c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 May 1866

fWm him nil il4liiniii ;l« «*«•' «► •« Tm. Hsy lM 86fi. 011# Lave their pri- | uuii ep*rl iK ♦utl stewing p-int ylumtmy, m a iliweUeivd ( ws '4s ' :; *■—"" /^n article In ttv April Btoekwood apon "Derooaology at Home and Abroad," preeenta * parallel betwee* $te current «ip®wtitiau «rf Southern 4j| and'tbe pMt obm of Western Europe, and i written by a long-! " island of Cejloo.. ; kh«wn teatimu- fboewbom Botenus "nr. authority," conwrn- of and the ug resulting therefrom, he^eeea t the question''WhaitMoat be ! MHiear tol 1 "Srl^!™ ,■ BY* We# eo have too lb Demon-; ' -1 \ >'#; mm I -i&- otbA&«vrktr,.ffl* • ey&pto .attend i the worldmr, , delusion* and remedial niitli j are to be fenod in coaBflttiou with la barbarou* i H iaprodnetfve ! dernon- bloody rites i popula- In christian and tivilised na- ; and of violence aad ae-{ 1 by audi singular and pax- i derangement and phy* ,aa to mystify medical i and astonish the sno«t en light- To gain assent to tbia state- , We have o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 May 1866

* <. M, |.!fli ^AAail' ■' ti ll* WHOLES ALB iXHMHk'l CROCK lit 1 *■ tmUnH **A1K 1 BROTHKK, S A £ COTTON FACTORIt CLOTHOrfiiv CLOTH IN 6 i ■ •, ■•«* ■% ViSfctfi karfi irf **,*•.« *jW y , - *' '■'#£*• *\ *#£ S *. •' Jjfr 4li #*Ar*"jjRi to.** • ^ s V,'; i T •Ty*r"«-tc *VU . •. ijMV* *-•*', E COME ISSfOJi *e«CHAJT8, '&j£olurri BchdmkB. !,i 1 qoMMUkoa ST« mGwMkML jm pni • *" £' «A; l V * f . A. TAPAN .-: v) *!; ;/' >.>.•> ■. ><V *"i *.-f<h* ?t* s*j pi Mr . . t -if ' i^ih#, «<**■ -~*r« : f-Ut.i •A. t <•• ■ MUf 'ofSfiW"' «'* '•« ^NBEi)0eyiirft i sctmii sauncit tmmm-r wh6*u&n) •jnjroxf 'J** .- rr>Kiy V > •- ** .* " V.', Hounton, Tex 4 FNVMMII Marahant ■vA 1.1* 1 "' f . v •'• fr.sk m • -t f.ai . "">" ' ' * « s . . .-,><« *C4kX-*rr ■ \ <"*•■'•> •■;■-''■ ' ",J • •;; -?m< *jk 3 >r : . " t ->r r*y f*.v S5$SSS^d| wfrT ^DnwLiJ foils Jl ROAIPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO UU AMD MT CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. ■ " "i'-nt— — :■.' 'i, ■ - -*-? UlCM^MM...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 May 1866

HI flrwfu. ft* Foople. U*Tll, 1** «halkwag«i [ Mttmlthmmt m lOf "" [«&uC Hetaboid's Fluid Extract Badi . _-«r nd io 5 ££• ohsacAA ot other civil- ambitioQJt po- eubxaiwiTe ~ coiFt~ Helmbold's Fluid Extract Bucha mmsmtu of their an Improved Roa Wash - USSZgZK rauiMt with impunity, andenio?, ■ OM the el i of thefta lofdMtnictioa,however " # human Kfe and aa- 'i to gratify the flendMi ne$ of destructive warfare led and added to the cat- wonderfljl dlto&Ytrlet ceotmy, like "Peleon, on Oma," by which It might ve been hoped, that the author*, tiie murderers of untold millions might hare been deterred by the cries of outraged humanity. Bat no, the insatiate thirst is still for blood and carnage, and -'like Caesar, the appetite grows with that upon which it festtii"—human war; ana why t the authors, the arbiters of war, ' r %ht themselves. That extra* • man, Dr. Buckle, of Eng- 1 scarcely finished his won- derful work, exhaustive of the entire range of human love, in which he prophe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 May 1866

turue< ■ mind • ^ ♦ \ J SBUMMI* IWM. .. A.-WM*X*"VW* £ I UlUOXJg the ^ftif liainlfcT iiloVth 4^1 ll/HJ^Iltlhh^^fll/S'r Tn VnilD IIITf DCPTP I The Fenians are Concentrating} GOODS Hi /1. PRICES I • ■< :t til/.: .uft *«*#«* H. E. PERKINS k CO. , ♦J? •♦flV, lnfjt! ' . -.,r . J I : .; *v ** • r if, K ;«'-.#**•• if j HAVJ RECEIVED, AND AM #ow OMCHMe OHIOIMB i * ,SV.M vuttf'Kvti/mmk ♦ AiK.*&y, ( ■>t • ■ "lj • 14 f' j t„ • "■ 'ii 1 , : « It. . j'A'k •' •''""■it"- ■ <•' *••' 4 . ■ 1 / ■,' 1 ri.'Of), . X WK O 77 1 ' ,lT'f,■)%'■!/ - - I f FANCY-GOODS, EVER BKfO^H RECEIVED IN H0C8T0N—THIS STUCK HAVING BEES PUB- ,3J33fftfffa^AJ j* TA« Great Decline in JPrtce«% dWMW—1 ii Tr'i irinrif i¥ In making thla auneuncement weaskpartiesde.il- roui of purchasing to ca'l. uxumiue and Judge rot themselves. Our good* were parubaMd.directly from importers! and lu fine WUito Woods ana Dress Trlromlnjis wo ' 1 Chal^Qn^ge Competition! j Perkins & 00. have summer sn,fcgj PerkiuH dt Oo. h*vo Gre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 May 1866

, = ' mmum ■m £&*$*> i|iiy- befog* f Of what bels Haiy duty to ' Ph ise thoo wilt 8©e, here agluwof ■ 0 Prophetf. and be ■ Of what kelp faatuies to thoe f" !" Ink the other, in ... IWIWtKrlih>i ■nil then gDMhing hk teeth fiercely, he added, <if)oM*MtAoiL«T«, thou anfaith- warmfwt£$ the bppfta M •* i youth WM and why he was <*> ema- ciated, and apparently uucouciou*. The old man aala nothir u4 nothing, but qniet- AUlaUah to follow turn, "Well, I can't help iV r the older Yolo*. '• If yon •* yon will atarve kwmlm ao* to btaote for it. bnt I lift a cudgel to deelara I wOl strike yoa t*m \p piipr r igyipi tiiwpr stop[ fcd and begem earnestly to entreat the Grand Vizier not to aak farther about the sad secret of his young master's life. But the word "secret," only rendered Abdallah more positive, and be said b bad expnmr' Orders from the Caliph to bring into his graeioua pw*ence coaki explain the singular dialogue he had listened to the night previous. When he heard th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 May 1866

N*TK«. 1 i The Episcopal Convention a&*ui- tk May, 17th, in New Orleana, to «lect a suceeMor to Bithop Polk. ;■] The Pennqrtvanhk Legtafaturo re :ftiaed two weeks ago to modify the •Sunday laws of that 8tate ao tar aa to permit the running of ear* on the firtst day of the week, i The last Arkansas Oeafarenee of the Methodist Church, South, organi- sed a district of colored preachers. Bev. W. W. Andrews was appointed presiding elder. Thirteen appoint- a™w m"Ke a vw* ments are annou'nced. alt except one di'trihatiou of fuad* to the mirriUeti of the Southern Presbyterian Clinreh. " The means m«d tw this pmiwe among the North American Italian*, the British sod Danish AVeat Iiiditf, on tlie Hoaqiuto Co^st, Surinam, Aus- tralia, and in the Himalaya, Iudia. The Chwch a* ha—8 has sent out 909 missionaries, of whom 148 were or- dained. and HS female assistants. The whale number ef laborers, na- tive and/ondgu, is 1,142. • The fiouthern Presbyterian au- nouneee that a meeting of the Com- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 May 1866

mwjgjkr megiifH, other haaHMt being* > Of wbt help are these self-in dieted sufferings 1 By aiMasgma youth was and why he wm o eiua- _ ciated, and apparently uucoucious. | along, almost tiliuUsttal by the tear- Lit luakea Tk Old m n ryyBC&tTr"* ""'1 LEGAL- m. a. ru^a Diamond That a committee of "" by the chair, to expreuive of the .Bjeetfag on the subject j Thomae Affleck Esq. owing committee were ap- rthe chair: James Sorley, X & Sydnor, and J. 8. Thraeher. The committee reported the fol- lowing resolution: > we have heard with t and instruction the valuable t laid before us by Thorn- , Esq,, in regard to the h- « procuring laborers and im- from Great Britain for agri- 1 astd mechanical employment ', and the measures and means to foster enterprises for that That we deem the foma- of a tabor and Immigration Aid , for thepurpose of giving an i to immigration to this State, ing employment for immi- ihere, a desirable and wise step, __J calculated to advance the inter- es...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 May 1866

M:MBKH *IM. BMA.CRU Bract* have been lueafioaed H-XwriOK, ReoeiVhal* and ijFbrwtUtiliig uIm. peaches, la graal nbunuwicv CUM. of the Sa BY TELEGRAPH. Special to the Daily Telegraph. Galvkstok, May 11th, 1866. Steamers Lillian and I. C. H&rrU arrived from New Orietwa. at, U A, M., with advices to tho evening of the 9th. : ;• '■ New York, M*j,M,t-Ah Oweu Sound, Canada W«*t, aptjcial to the Herald aaya a ,j auiV prevaifed there on th<? 7th, from a reporttnat Feuiau war yeeBele in Georgia, Jmy w^re making for that port,; The citizens turned, out and panuleutUo streets all night. Washington, May 9,—The ele- ment connected with the guapeosfy of the Merchants' National Think h aomparatigaly milnU,lad. ,^-- It is rumored that all volunteer general officers will he discharged in a few days/many of wftoin win return to Bubprainato p<nitiou«. in the. regu- lar army. The Uju S. Treasurer, yesterday* u- thorized the shipment of forty fjvc thousand dollars in fractional cur- rency to th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 May 1866

'V ' ■ m ^£Jfi5el6P y?Uth was and why he was m ema- i7L21 "I rays—man and beast drag silt-ntly along, almost exhaustttL—lixJl^ tts^m^msKsssns. Id feuiMM Hotlew, thlMl chum, B j«ro«t. (tone*. •HhttlMror JMt£^Mfor W. *IOHAXDSQX *00, flTJJl aomlpoBdmti oT th t « — WB4y Mr. K B. CU8H150, will continue nntll aOfMMUjraMM- , <1111111 ■■■■ I , T7 " '""" J ' Our Weekly Summary to be found «q the 12th page this morning, is the SMWt thorough review of the market of this dty ever presented to oar read- ers. We ask for it that careful pern- SlCHHwhWH^ meiiUj.demijd,, We particularly desire country merchants to compare our merchandise quota- and New York prices current. , ' imiui Hcos isr PBosit. *I' Of genial liuiCfc, of unmUtak- - &KS« writ*, in the world, there may W three daises. The first is dtHmm •muW'tompfiied, being* who were born; "iucklin& as though it* good joke, and as a comedy and : jest. Their special social ' and > enjoy fan? sbief stimulant,' m' most fitting and most...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 May 1866

. T. Mciu«EV r. Cha*l*« Urns McKINNEY & HUME, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ^HCNTSVILLE. TEX Ad. sj ddctw 0'"""mSginnis ATTORNE B AT LAW, r le ,f fd fn |c- I" |p }«- lii«. I ;IH hi- lir- rnl Hie us feat Inn I nra- litcli lilts, rcc,' I'CKi- t'or lub- l,and |eu«l - : was the 10 the 11 IO- Ineet- Ivhich ||] Ills coni- jninst [dinis- Im the, |po of or by bd tliat. could in the |Repre- tuitted lioinied le was Imstitu- It, liav- ] it dur- Ihouglit Jestored Its. He that if lged at i all the I partici- pation of Inditions I'arstitu- ls to the se which Issed and ■fully re- ts crowd- an arti- liite labor Id Mason* Ist-li inst., Irated pa- >r, State li ned from been on /e are in- to stop the (indemnity ] the hands lester, and (ted to Geo. Lnd that in ouipromise iecure their ;e. He al- on account treasury, apply the ;o the pay- now being not being ch arrange- being in a ;empt to se- ct to cover ave, liowev- tlie proper- otpaid. and ders will lie rge number is, from Tex- iated to thai n. Many o laim...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 May 1866

iUUBW Mongton, Jexaa, May 14, 1866. MADEMOISELLE do RIBAJi. S Mi. Of what help youth was and why he wan ro earn- rays—man and beast drag i in twenty-four hoars; and more- like tins queen-mother." t Robert'# cousin ar TJUtAHA. the time ot over I cannot, on account of my wife and my young son still in pollege confess that I have been guilty of such culpable extravagance. If you can give me the fifty thousand crowns, I will make yon la exchange a deed, under my private signature, to all the lauds I possess; you can %Bll them, j or I will ton them in the course of uornm viTi y*" without ,<V transaction the reisu If i lu,^ln« of being towed, *nd jaexttgn tfyardtnnl Kkhe- f vou may take your ddbt, credit *nd interest; and yen will have saved for mj a hundred tlmeamore than my Uttlj torn between the family of Du jtojrid brigadier of of an arm at the .had retired on the Martial* that all my po - would not amount to more fifty thousand crowns which noble the fifty ^Ihted, TJul iw consent ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 May 1866

tabled, | rv of iu the ] haudl IIMME pursuit! rode, I coinl iu his at^£ carriokf t Riban!* ^ uisweref verouan,*^ j ile, ••heio ^ UDdJSt.f)j the earr nor was iccl, ''he eaa, h* has never other tune these paper, uVput them, line of \&1. to me.",a coiijecti^ luiuaelt'up afldres^Bg f*4-, iii orlerj Djiii he •lies l ecei intfen the ciiiri ] 1 She hd ileliver itto iuil th ie Hk« flme* 1** Margmim / WM. AHBENBECK & CO, J ' XwhotaSl** SR«taii ,, ALERS IK GEN'l MERCHANDISE, HEMPSTK^P, TEXAS. ' a riATI NOW OJT UiuVD A LAROB AND 1 **l«eted .tock of ill of tnrr dewrliUos, fll>ri*"*,> .$• OMliT COMPLBTE STOCK OF , KerosineUunye, baudelur*. :/ Chlmiwr*. *c- ti T rr low Baur**. Oar itock of . th* Kerouot u Chandelier Luitern*, K.ro.lo. C com IftlTpart of" Iron—round and iwn, ron—*U site*. too—all • Ira 8 no* Iroi & Swedes Hoop am _ Slab Iron. lab StMl. lt**l, [ell*., ron. V ♦I. a*t-8t**l. German Steel Sprint Steel, Et we hare and will keep constantly on band. fSRYTQINQ THAT EVERY...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 May 1866

attractive EEZESi the cbamfter* of the relief to the *. , Wh«a we consider this polluted world has *uch <se- t«, why should we •o much over oar fifllen con % e «re Moored that every thought every deed we above, from infancy to * r those im and nn- d solemn record shall we he whether WW" tlien l«e unfolded with wanted amid the «ceu<Mt of home that t« of human nature are hi oftentimes S^ceu, for more ejopment. Oh, it is the in the life of man How galling the thought, that be our trials ever so „ great, or ear (triumphs however de- eervintr, we are alone in the world— poae, torn with its t «tem. How often do mi we ruminate oyer old scenes, old eetions of every and pleasant, are loti 1& the mazes of the •are led ontramelled though and tender hour we view iy fading of its our hearts revert days that knew no Home J with what a does this charmed it *t1b* a rnooaaadr pleasant emotions I'twas there BH weflnt emil® and it waathere we first ex- the fond eansMB with laved and sisters—...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 May 1866

> \ ar imtm•••• awww «tM* TBI-WEEKLY T 1 — .1 i , ;.v ■ " " ■ l" 11,1 l«'" " «<V "fjfPWMHE , i ; VOL. XXXII—NO. 2(i. HOUSTONf TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1866.—TRIPLE SHEET. WHOLE NO. 4685. _.L K PtttlM t MERRIMHH JtAVE r. syy.-qwanff I UU9 II EST QUALITY palm shakers at is cents kaoh. PALM SHAKERS at is cents bach. palm shakers at cents kaoh. PALM SHAKERS at cents each. palm shakers at ii oests bach. PALM SHAKERS AT ti CENTS KACH. S. L, BOHBHTHlt & CO. ywiiawTrr i-~ AUCTION AND J!Y_ COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREET. Coustoa, Te: WILL, MAKE LIBERAL A0VANCE3 ON Alili XIND8 OF aflDHo: 3SrZ31K3D. AUCTION SALES every TUESDAY and THURSDAY Commencing at 10 o'clock, A. M. decl-dtwtf On Wednesday, May 16,1C66, T HE USUAL VARIETY 09 MERCHANDISE, —Consisting of-— ►xx"trxi>ar,« • 1 15 CENT PER PAIR I if V" JOUVIN'S •! ,n QENTS rut PAIR. KIDS. ■t J ti tl li CENTS MIR PAIR. P' -L- r m At& .ill , d 4 rU-UJ*"- jotjvm^s/Kioa St w CENTS PES rAIR. Az-xX. k6^J.. J J x x iv. «l « CENTS P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 May 1866

HR& gws itiV thk govary ri mi&trt Hotl&ti tlitrp wESBpwjinrswg; oiinttnne null1 •hall fettle ad eal- Istely on bis arrival among us. Tito grunt of lands gratuitous by the State to settlehi, or ntwpriees so 3&*W. flows*'* t« nominal, is a liiost injii- dieio-is policy. What costs nothing i« naturally snppOBWlto Iw estimated at its true value. Tbij simple arith- metic lias its influence, iik we know, on tlje luuuioriaed industrial glasses of Eutopeif good lauds caa be bad luTeStUTKtf iWibliiK, wii>, trny tin;}, He was followed by Col. Carter, who exposed with great eloquence and power of argument, the gefiet i.l touc and spirit yl !'IC * l , V>d « «' 1«IWj Iw "mI speecJ nitteaoce in view of tbo great issues before the country. The most that eould be said against Mr. Stanton in relation t< tbe present matte; in that be ban- accepted the expression of, , x> public opinion in the Northern States'! potfty of tlfe in favor of the President's pulley. ' ">'■ ,W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 May 1866

LETTS! ROM JfEW YORK. new yokk, ) April dptb. Itfcitf. $ Ed. toUfrapk r—With the immor- tal Webster I exclaim. •* I Mill live," tnd with *Billy Birch. I make my z <ow with the declaration that, "I m here." Smtt to war tfc* til* ln khnl bark iMfBOtlMnlMMain ta* Bear ham* , v«et to bnr there i aa «ye will K&rt ohmih; «!mm|kHr*kMnmr." I agree fully with Byron in the abve. and were be alire he might f«4 flattered by my endorsement of hia views; bat u when I left thy shoes, Oh, Texas!" I left my ''kme* and my "deep mouthed" Newfoundland, no that 1 failed when drnring nigh unto New York, to hear avr "watch-dog's honest luirk," tfeogb I did find eye* that " inarksd mj coming" and were "brighter" for my rr> appnarsnfft Dawn from poety to plain prose, I am once more back in this great Metropolis finding my "bride and offspring" ot',1er" wise, wife and children alt very >rlad to see me after my perilous journev through the " heart of the rebellion, and the •' wilds of Tex**," It ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 May 1866

'&■ umawir • ■1 %&** VKSMunKV >**# r?Tf M ^ fi sM .^WZWv?*- $^*5:: * ""KBS? gf: . .. 6£a;::.r.: j®« jyffiMt «•/*&" Jw^.i a -''1, J • <ML7W*0*"I fc* Ml * « BOO TU* IT# 4f3fw'1 fctWf'ipEFf •MMCMKM. IB e | ^=—= ■ to ^^liSl^fl8S '^cl0Bm«Sfr*o KMUM, HbTM of th TeUwraph. firil'r,,.;;; " """ '■' "■"" I"."'1 ■ Texas, May 1Q, 1866. oomspoodstiSs of tlio T«rt. CH8HHO, will continue until —— We certainly owe oar readers an apology for the unpresentable ap- .j* nm*«efthe TatsaaarH yester- day mtlMs- The illness of our &use thereof. It is to be w narahera oft mt the great who vis- clrilizatibn which l'* eaeitts which lutchalors lure sap posed rightly to'dfeaerve. • 4atawaak to «Wme Chih'aatf theintiaenee which it ha# Jf 4 toon liter $$$% ing under,to® «w -| genial spirit# eaiinot be estimated. It. has heeta to him Mi intelleetupl Ex- change & well as a place of relaxa- tion sjod bodily comfort. The Tiwy im ^ tiuaUak^<toJMi tt )ifeould r*°" MMiMiiii and fr«« from nil ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 May 1866

.•Vii. ixchaiigo & Cbinmisaion. CITY. o<ia.jwfcM 1^. Jl*i -<-'u w ibe.gal- Uut 1-U4**r * «* Foil*- B4C Brigade-' !• *topjiitg at tue I'.J CayiUil Hut!, looking " *'jJ vignrv>i*a . wLea we won- m- ttuuned ' ***' at tie be*4 o; his tu-n o{ vete- rmi. He will be m tne city *everai d*i.. Tee trial ot &ifl*r «* <** kiHIag u! •Cu. A. WlurtoD, vill Uc ro*uneac<Nl to-Car '«*ibre ii.v ! U- tnct Court. 111* HoWriH^^l'Ii r^ U "i< lioV* J*y: ilr. il'-fii Bruwadid cmree Air. Mezrj yraakuu. A colored (rrallvmn* i a m *l &. !*:.«! afa* .v* rnaa* j*t. And did jutsp os him. ladR-imf a pen L .nx ixmfcid- rrable battery. Mr. Brown paid $!C Mr. W. U. Brow a SeportM kinw l; toucrOs Mr. >'t*ikk*;a Jfcft* *5*?* aa*e«'Uttlr \nd &<*orderlr niau- uer. H« wa# rn^uirel to «itr!l vjit xtrVu £m* or ,„ in < cUe**# It- ■•■belled. I'iti ■ 11(' Oar«miW.J.iinii.«b iusimi) i* >>«( on* u( i#f ^upiMtiittuA a'.i of lh« oltviric uWroplt in this f tf. Iwm ihjr, Sit a ue( on ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 May 1866

' 9(M|. ,pMf : mtbtammMtktb* m M |®nwii National D«n#«wtfo __ k. 4b. oolxtaporUnt *• ^Jsra&At be *m originally , of the Nation- r. Throughout the i«mU will doubtiM be tfae latest matters which "gf interest to mm JK: •p the Heoonrtruction Committee tent of Heroes and on _ frJiwy in the Lone Star rather profane re- . Jy issudtohave about it,—namely, that if he 'dtoose between Tophet,— As the a length in the iJUtneoeaNury to make any tottta this pi**. < irUdiction between the United States and Geo. Canby, «a order from the the former, and _ion of the cotton of the Conrt. In t to this, the order explains * g civil courts are not be inter- military in civil in any case in which « shall consid- 1° interfering;, , so, to report to for authority to t- uen. vaouy has, of coarse, ..a the order, and Judge Durell haa - continued the exercise of his The Judge's action in this matter, and in some others calcn- ~ " ' produce serious conse- to the interests of the State, favor in e it w « ha...

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