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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 August 1865

t ✓ BT TELEGRAPH. Special te the Dally Telegraph. Oalveston, Aug. loth, 18fi5. En. Tel.—Steamer Nashua arrived, bringing New Orleans dates to ]2th. New York, Aug. 8,5 P. M.—Gold closed at 44 3-8, steady, Cotton dull and heavy. Sales 600 bales, at 45-® 46c. York, Aug. 8,6 P. M.—Cotton dull and heavy. Sales, 400 bales at 46c. Gold dull but very firm. Opened at 44 and closed at 43 7-8. N*w York, Aug. 9.—The Times' Wash- ington special says the President is in good hea'th, and spent some time iu riding out yesterday. A military commission is en gaged in try- ing the prisoners confined in the Old Capi- tol prison. The internal revenue receipts yesterday amounted to upwards of a quarter of a mil- lion. The Treasury has sufficient funds to pay all its indebtedness to the army. The Herald's Richmond correspondent says the action of the officers of the Freed- men's Bureau here under instructions from the Chief of the Bureau. Washington, pro- duces great dissatisfaction among the first famili...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 August 1865

CTTBHtW ', Editor amJ JHTVJN. AUGUST 16. 1885. /v. development of tfie lata war ia this }rj is let* rpokin or, end yet mora lhan iti deleterious efftct upon •1* society. Tit* wild fill/ «uperlo. I, among •• /, —A ihe ebeolute ruin ught upon m y more, mad* many pe- io am, aad woaaa too, bt|li to think that bo poliiiaal blteeieg wee wor.h tka ptioe paid for It la this respect. Tka dam ape to tka female society of ihis country toft oted by the War, much of it intangible, and lurking lo the sentinunts and tastee, will not bo fnlly oTeroome during this goi*r iion. . It is remarkable that france, wkloh baa btan the n>c t noted of eWiHstd natione for Uxity of aent amt iu regard to tonal* pro- priety, and ike bomslj virtues, i producing m< re eatneai thinkers in behalf of the needed re'orms, then any other nation Iftehelet and Lego?4, the one in kia "Wo- aaa" and kit ''Lo e," and the other in hie ••Mural H atory of Woman," have treated die subject in the loftiest and paroat atyle And ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 August 1865

I i -% jl 1 I i * lit ri i GALVESTON. •uii Buroauro* it co. Cotton faeton aad COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GALTE6T0N, TRXAB. T. H. McMAHAN ft GILBERT, GENERAL AND COTTON FACTORS, t,TB A WO, BhItwmi. Th «. dly sorley, smith * co., Mm Factor* and Commission Merchants, GALVESTON, TIXAS, TTAVI RE-OPENED their offlco, on Strand *tr**t, A-laudI an prepared u> attend to boalnaaa. Jnr.e V twS george wythe baylor, &*o*lTlDC,Vof warding and Commission Merchant STRAND, GALVESTON, "DBG8l^ve to Inform tala Mend* genarallv, and "the X wees" e peclally, that he haa opened a General forwarding an* CommissionBa.lneaa. He will atten •trl-tly to all Cotton. Wool or Prudaoe aeot to him fur shipment or *aie. Will al*o execute order* for plan- tore and lulaid meicnauta. wtteo accompanied by consUi,meets of Produce or Casb. R nra to C 8 Ijnncrnpe, Hiuaton; Vance A Brother*. Baa Ant inl«: T J M Kinney, Aartlo. Ju27tw(m A. 3VC. Xj hi A, bookseller and stationer, Maaonlc Building. Post Office Street, near Tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 August 1865

f. -i 1 X. H. oeiHnre, Ittn aad Proprietor. HOUSTON. AUGUST IS. IM6. The card of Dr. Loaia A. Bryan appears in this morning'* paper. We congratulate oar cltlaens on the resumption of practice here by Dr. Bryan. Tanner'a will find aomething of interest to them in oar advertising columns to-day. Judge Edwin Waller advertises his plan- to rent. This is one of the finest plantations on the Braaos, and within only two or three how* ride of the railroad. It to an opportunity for an enterprising agri- culturist that does not offer more than one* ia rttle time. We return thanks to Mr. P. J. Mahan, of Spring Gardens, near this city, for a it of several varieties of choiee garden «k i. .... ,.. .. 1 mainly in nmt stsorein|j aul starving Uuion | wkoU <Wu,tr/lMd hi* 00 r" " * y I prisoners. Now he pat.es hi. lima pleas- to I antly in .hooting niggers, or cutting off sentiments;—in fact, ••the abomination of J which militates against his oharaeier as a' Democrat* have carried the elections in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 August 1865

sm The City. We learn from good Authority (hat the non-working of the telegraph lines between this city and Shreveport for the past few dfys was oaused by their being out in six different plaoes by parties en- gaged in stealing government ootton, and adopted this oourse to prevent eapture and deteotion. We trust the Government will investigate this matter and bring the guilty parties to speedy justioe. , The steamer A. S. Ruthven ar- rived from Qalveston early yesterday morning bringing up a heavy load of gov- ernment freight. A large orowd of negroes from the Brazos have lately arrived here. They had heard glorious reports of their proa- peots in this oity. One ohap told us that all the hands on the plantation where he worked believed that the Yankees fur- nished all oolored people with comfortable quartets and plenty of the beat food the market afforded. They were not obliged to work, and even the Yankee soldiers wated upon them. But how sadly were ih«y disappointed. Many of these...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 August 1865

8ri-4frfUg9tlrgrapli HOUSTON. AUGUST 18, 1866. like; j| I t ■ N|l-~; • few only, thank God, We, ud all tbose who aeUd with us, fait fcomlliated, of course, when the Confederate eun, to whioh we had de- voted oar uimott euergirs, failed, and we |M*< that all that had been invested, ia the wsy ot tine, energy, brains, wealth, and precious lift, had bam aaerlfioed for •aafht. No siere solemn moment In hu- aa life can exist, hi any oountry or age, * thaa that ia whioh the oonvioiioa was foreed upoo the struggling, herolo South, thai all was Irretrievably lost. Grey-head- ed sires and little children, at alwart men and tend it women, mingled their sighs and tears in that hour of hearubreaklog agony. Men who believed undoubtingly in the eoa tituUonal tight of seoeasion; others who doubted, but engaged neverthelees * heartllj in the revolution; others, who be- lieved that the time had not yet oome for reststanoe in any shape, but who, wheo their States deolded to aot, went in heart V an...

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

NEW ORLEANS. TEXAS AGENCY AT NEW ORLEANS HOLSTOJN TRI-WEEKL1 ) Witt E. C. WHARTON, (At o flics of Ki« UrtoiDi P.cayuoa,) attend to Oiling any small orders from Tax INDIVIDUAL, BUfclNESP, or . family supplies Lh trg|pg a racd.rate comailast^u lor hi. wrrto So •ir.'.r. Piei(tr.pt en r re'pt of fnida for the aa ail irai< ae ions in Maw Or lean* are tot cash. Straw to: C. C Lopco pe and E. II Cu hlne,at Ifnoetoa; aM ■' c'-a'daod, j«uie boihriabdoo' ,nomtd. r r • Q« v i n * «n lo iif SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY. DUNCAN Ac CO., 126 CAMP STREET Nt WOKL.KANB. , ®',|'2r* supplied cheaper than by any other bouse In the fon t). amlHAtwlm NEW ORLEANS TRUE DELTA. £. R. WELLS & CO., Agents for the State or Texas, H0U810N. TbX AS. Bub.rr1pt1ons aud A . vol isru.t n a wtH be promptl) atiei ded in, and paper, lorw.rued by Express anil) mall communication I" <>■.. ned. TERMS • Oil'y. p*r nntntn, In lav.ur...... .......... $16 fu ... half yea-ty .1 bQU ... an •rtarly . 4 Uu Weekly, per a ...

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

niii SI. I fij !«! ■ iri-wfehgleuwaph, H. CD8HIK0, Editor' tud fiopnetor HOUSTON, JUOl'ST Sjl. ** ■h>n*Vr-~ir— .i ■■ ■ ■ ■« I.filar tram I all tiilb.ri & Co., inlum us tKnt they ran ow supply n«wa d«iots throughout Iht- .. . ,7,] ~ . .... „ , f . , " • I 4IU0. llUluMii. An*. ! tb, Ho.i WIhim it^uln It/ with ilu; N-.-w OrletiUM ^ niAik' tl fe.ttnr* of tint Mi'sj^«ip|>i V l- "l'a|tj Tt «r '' kil l "Daily I'iosjuiir."#1«-y, from New Orleans to Cairo,and 1 don't >ht*Prr then parties ket tb« i.. ibiungh kn0w how far R!",ve- b *at ***** lu',dl"*. . ,ir • * every towi., and many ulantauou* ar" g<r- • y iiti.er souro •. H r i« t o tin m mid Ji-i'l • ripoueti in force, ami tbo beat of the room- f( it ft Hula straage that la soma of tbe j out the rate*. They re now niniisUiog • i"f drum may almost literally I* b«*ard louthero tttafei en^t of tbe Mississippi llic n*u * <lt o in Oaltt t«n. " (torn oot'eudot it to ilia other. A'Mrm- I,., . ,V* iuuiiiIo and .nm* ' - - |>bl« ...

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

KMtM *\anr Vr tlrrtiaiV.- mnirtfaai . * \ / / > ■ / *1 / BY TELEGRAPH. S;i el.t to ih • Aug 1 Mi."( • ll> Te.egia;) (j ALVKSTllV from N 0. Tlinfsrl5;b. The negroes K>e committing depreda- tion's i-biut Mirtinsbutp, V#., and Gjv- ernor lierpont in euicised io kn„w what io du with them. city in the United ^(hU . east of the Kooky siuicd, ainl seem extremely anxious to cap-1 Mountains, and hail a greai and wonderful | ture saddle horses or gentle horses, stealing : destiny he'ore it. He ,looked t'orwaid to! all they tint tiod of this description, and : the time when it? population would number frequently passing right among whole rauny thousands, and its commerce be intli- j droves of stock uuiiualsund n ver touching ODi (,'spt. K. alsj informs us that u lie ao<4 j his trieuds ottme down the country, (be; I cros-ed an Indian trail some tiftoen miles below Fredericksburg, the^e last IudinLS wen- on foot, 'l'be Caplaiu was one of a HOUSTON. GOVERNMENT. W. B. GRIMES, ;; | cate...

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

Of, feeUgfeli 10, I4ttr and Pro TON. AUGUST 19. 1865 "li 4 \ Iwin Waller advertiaeo Lis pUu- rent. Thin U one of the finest as on tbe Brazos, and within only Lree hour* ride of the railroad. It portunity for an enterprising agri i that doea not otter more than once f time. trn all oar reader*, aa we have fre- warned them before, that, aa mar- ■till exist*, any conduct, or lan in opposition to the authorities of ?ni>ed State*, or of the Provisional I Government, or of tbe military com now on duty in the State, render* i so offending liable to *um mary it, trial, and punishment. Nothing of I sort should be indu'ged is, or counteu i for a moment, by any good citiseu > desires to see peace, and law and .order kbIUhed- Tne part of wisdom and pa iotism now is. for every msn to obey ail i and ordinances from the constituted uthoritiea, and give to their enforcement that loyal support to which we are all bound i%y tbe oath of amnesty and allegiance. Gen. Palmer, commanding in Kentucky...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 August 1865

HOUSTON. M. REICHMAH & CO. AUCTION AND C01IM HODSTOJN I VOL. XXXI—NO. 68 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23, 1865, • WHOLE NO 3942 GALVESTON. Houston, Texas am nuiniis to makb ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENT Ol all Klidi tl M B R o HANDI0; • aee,le Pr«4ie« ulwaro ta Bui. TO IXOHAMOB IW M'eli'dlse and Western Produce* ili Oonalgisuienta can be mid* to ua direct, tt tfALVE9T0N, where we have to attentive Agent end ample Store Boom, to Irte charge of nek Gaode •evict Consigners the Quail commission cbanei at Galveston. Refer to any leading hoaae Id Galveeton and (onstou. M. BEICHMAH &> Co., July 8-dly. Anctionwert. REICHMAJT & C0.'S ITALOGUE SALE Alvertls.d to take pla«« en Wednesday next, Aug. 23d, 18 x^oaTPomsD UNTIL THURSDAY, 24TH INST. Save your change & attend this Sale BOO ZiOTS ISS01TEB MI1CI&IIISI All kinda of Urooeries, Dry Ooods, Cutlery, Fancy Goods, Boots and Shoes, Liquors, Cigars, Chewing Tobaooo. A* tht. tele will be an annsn Uy large one, bring •long aomethlng ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 August 1865

h CV*HW<l. Editor'.-^ AUGUST, rt-umining servants' doing bin li'tle work, r> funiuK 10 leave,'ir.'iriuif u|< I lit- un'otiu- , riiite proprietor, arid fits wife n 1 i,}ers having to fruitillaru^ tlieiurttlv* with . tUe kitchen an J w**b-lUTl'n a iaiber un- tbe early re->• . , .. . . it i, . • ' . coiuloitab'e war, ire cvtivd government by onr own1 , „ . ,. under i|. ',bc 'B.h0ld if't'ty jpu^ly uf clinirtte. ^nl«t oureslfi'e by to' withdraw, or that Southern churchmen will acknowledge tb« nullity of X I _.l mU„ *..,! *««'*• "f 1 Ht VKttl' f *" "SK.** th« '**.' f«W « VlnwmirVMUw. Aud,u ,, . And yet we enn •liecavarnn middle ground, a this desirable cauMumm-1 ulon njttl) ■ ® uow **'*re he w** • iu>r can w« see hew th« dittculty oau bo Unirf i HT i(frrio/ut .11 jrtir fjil ' * ^nipo man >11 the lime, though nobtdy avoided. It presents itself at the very 'from the very dlose of the war ! il *ui 'he war.) suffering the G re"h<>ld to the Deputies froni each South- fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 August 1865

r c y is being rapMJy cleaned by upgri.es. The aiiliiiiiy authori- Large ga^gs ot' negri^s arrive iu thin city daily in search of freedom. The aoverwaaaiH- otiiciale lake gooil urfre (hat ihey ftnv.Uno/e.yaw'JaVg'ub." ( —- Mtasiiotioe that a great amount of 8;. Loflts Flour has lately arrived in this city, aud « selling for eleven dollars pei- barrel: * Texas Flour, made from new wheat, comn.anitoabout aix dollars per 1(H) pouuiU, and any oue who knows TexM Flour prefers it to any of the imported ar- tiole. There is a great amount of flour in N'urtfcern Teia«,and if the farmers had t lie proper uroUcUou to haul it to Milli- oan, it-eould be obtained very cheaply in this market.J . Cotton is beginning to rush through our city again, and tue OalveBton Itailr'ofcd Is taxed to its utmost in its trans- port*tot to Galveston. Many planters nava.cWuoenced sending in their old stook to this market for sale. We hope to see busies revive shortly, and now that our ports are open a great fallin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 August 1865

!l>1> Ifestcrday, conceive, jed la kern Con- its of nod ths psrmitled relation* to Anj refusal i M wnolmin and (ho *0 of that tbc^Provisiyal r ith ita concomitant!, Pjfary oooupation, will ^ m (ho above mn- lit/ exists. Thla, then, f presented U> us : to re- iterjr rulo, with elavery ojed ; or to reran* oar it, and oar constitutional ,h Union, by conforming to *nta of tho emancipation pro the innMij oath. It Menu tn who wioh wall to tho State, ■ire to Me law and order, aelf- and freedom of pfeae and the general prosperity of the atabliabed, cannot heaitate aa to ey will make. hard it may be, howerer anb. oar peconiary intereata, and rer contrary to all oar viewa of con- ion al and legal right*, it still la the We can do. It ia all that ia left to us. a ia nothing like an abjuration of onr 11 and political convictions involved. I lo not any more eaorifloe onr ooavlc- |t in coaformiag to the requirements of incipation proclamation and the am* ' oath, than we did in submitting...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 August 1865

THE HOUSTOA I'RI.WF.BKI, urruiifi VOL. XXXI—NO. 69 HOUSTON, FRIDAY AUGUST 20. 1865, OAliTMlOS.j, ^ «< nr auiiUi JNO 3043 houston. E. O. LYNCH, Commission Merchant HOU8TON. SOUB LAKE. A SUPPLY of the WATERS constantly on band Altto, • supply of tbe Soar Kirtb and T< aoor to the Express Office, by ■inly IS dAwSm Next H. J. TRUBK, Agent M. RUCHMAH ft C04 I 1 > KSPKOTFULLY invite tbe trade to eumlu thetr [ IV. really beautiful stock of DRY GOODS, whtcb wl II be sola at auction on Wednesday next. They bave no hesitation In pronouncing It tbe best selected stock yet ofiered In tnls city at auction. HENRY WIENER & CO. AUCTIONEERS AND QKNKRAL houston. HOUSTON, Texas. w K are prepared to receive and htore all kinds of Merchandise and Country Produce, and will sell tbe atne privately or at public auction us directed. Liberal advances made on Merchandise or Produce when requested. We will sell at Public Auction every Thursday and atorday. For reference refer to any bu ioeee house ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 August 1865

®ri-^e$M|MegrapIt I. H. CTTlHam, Sifter u4 Proprietor. HOUSTON. AUGUST 24. IM6. In our frequent recommendations to tbe people of this 8tate to qualify themselves, ia every way left open to them, for an early resumption of the privilege* and preroga- tives of civil government, we are but acting 'in conformity with the wishes of the great body of the population of the State, u ex- pressed in public meetings, and in com- municatlons to the journals, from the day tbe war ceased until the present time. From that day, nine-tenths of the popula- tion of the State have been perfootly ac- quiescent in whatever previsions the gene- ral Government had made, or might make, for the harmonious restoration of the State to loyal relations to the Union. They have never indulged any sentiments or purposes of an antagonistic character. They made up their salndw at onoe, and completely«to the acceptance of tbe whole programme, whatever it might be. The failure of the Confederacy wa the failure of every...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 August 1865

e if 4 p< loftier I rout ik« ItlliilnilppUlilvtr Steauer Mollis Ahlx, 1 Going up the River, Aug. titb, 18C5. j A stay of a day in New Orleans gives one an opportunity to see but little, though itbeeireolatee fn proper quartera he may get the points of the situation. The town is full of nturoed Confederate citizens, many of whom have been in Texas during the war. I saw sereral and heard of sev- eral more. Capt. E. C. Wharton, well and favorably known in Houston, has taken control of the Picayune tor the time being, Mr. Holbrook having gone off for bis health. The corps of the Picayune is made up of Judge Alexander Walker, the well known editor of the old Delta, Mr. Otis, Mr. Washington and others, all of whom are doing tne best with the paper "cir- cumstances" will allow. It does not boast of being a free press, however, any more than a good many of its cotemporaries. I trust it will ere long escape the difficulties now surrounding it. It will always hold the highest place as a fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 August 1865

7"H. CU8HIH0, Editor and Fropnator. HOUSTON. AUGUST 25. IM6. There bu always existed in the South, and in the Sooth alone, a genuine, hearty, healthy, earnest wkfc for the welfare of the negro. And, although the Southern people were jealous of the Interference and gratuit- ous opinion* of professed abolitionists, in consequence of the barm to society they had in some Instances done, and were still calculated to do, yet among themselves even the largest slave-holders frequently and earnestly discussed the whole subject; some expressing opinions in tkror of ulti- mate emancipation, and all looking for- wSrd to the time when they should hare op- portunity, free from embarrassing interven- tion, to make those legislative and social improvements neoessary to the greater in- tellectual, social and moral welfare of the black race. And as we do not stultify our- selves Hi other things, so we must not stulti- fy ourselves in this matter, by abjuring and casting aside oar old friendship for t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 August 1865

The Cit ——Acer the man/ accounts recently published of valuables being taken from bureau drawers, wardrobes, and trunks it is paMing strange that people wilt 00'n_ tinue to keep their money, jewels and oU r valuable artides in these receptaoles. Our ad?io« to the people is to put them some where else. Anj place is better than a trunk or bureau drawer, and the least likely plaoe to keep them is the best. Our City Sexton informs us that he ha* had only three interments within the past four days. There is considerable eickneef here, bv*t it readily yields to medioal treatment. We again warn our people to be- ware of bogus coin. We learn that there is a large amount circulating through the country. It can be detected very easily by any person who examines it carefully. We have no doubt that a large amount of this trash will be imported this fall by some of the most expert rasouls that ever went unhung in the Northern cities. The press throughout the North have already warned the people ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 August 1865

WHf — ■j-peopie; I0' L y h * I j>t \j h ;h is HOUSTON TELEGRAPH I« published DaH|r..Ti1-WeeW aad Weekly. ITcrw mt MataenptlM i 1M. tM. 1*1 ISfeffi—n|4fi==a=|| TW «f MnrtblNi '"•^iTTrS:- Agate tee. ,...«......Ua....*e $1 J *M> **•*> m tcs nuani' r«r Acats B— WO $1 U m m wsasiT. p«r Agate toe jsc. tor each Insertion W Jiwaffln'edvancs for the time oon. traeted for ualesa especial aodantaadiM Uhad to the "&«Sfc*itlaeaents Win be Inserted at a less charge ^ Warsafitt? B ledf.1t® 11 forbid" win be charged be published la tba , $90. and la Weekly to Dally °T« ".bo^'kSi ' Bpecl e re- • « ftittd at fti nirkit rtU. or to iiw Ifooblo of caIcii latins, at the old established Jiti,S5Hn this Ho communication WlU IM JP*®'"*®*™ ™ .i0* paper, except at Ik* option ®! • , ojywtona iwhMMreferenoa a«- aabdibIn tt* kflftvo to the oduor* Communications designed to adwaoe the per- HUI or polltleal laiereeto of tadWldaala^ ajl •bitsulH tad marriage nollMi pww I Yindt nynni of oharaeter, aot re...

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