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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 May 1866

:^S A THE CITY. 4 Ciii st Chcr-h (Efifroiutj • f.U 4 L • :.-.w •* kindly > 'i: "'ii fii : liiag of - a v. \h; -il.c*ihi :r #*;. *' j * •> -j.-.. t'r-u'iv: I xriy wnl * t -•> \r,. • • %. ia II LESS t I ' f I t| • ■ •■ 'uW. • I M ■-■' v- In t wili umh; on tut? It:]* of is**t jiauotli. I# uodoabt *>: *hvi-nKCfMi — Th- - funeral .•rue*\«a twr miioets*od, <• '*' >. fu Hwstoa. «a> that which followed a Dr- . o v.uin n of Et*;ror«. luiT^iiat^'y t*'ra,l l'w hr r*e in . -l *d .; iar e uunibrr w' nonuri-- * 1 dl**"*"! | in whiltii i* ttkt'or-fWaa (2U a teqpp i itru;vv « a !cart^ illSUfdwitu ' nesrw^; iir\!caine tii;nJ or raw* womeu and I men, mouute.; cu lib. •**- uu I suuirai; ami ti** r«*r *'** ] bctmght up l > m ik«b}<mu ei^fd.of W®« F aixl ca !o t. Wo imv'tl.-J froui llwrxteut I of the cortes? th~t the M **rxm musl be one o>' J uiicommoQ .olebri'y anu-s the twrw* imi on in [ qutrjr we tht >uch waanot the Business ito « **aw Ultlr at beioit* • ReoonierVi Co...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 May 1866

15& to riHt K v« uneet movek in its') Ifcetcto th«S feme, sat down and bound r very important deci- is the center of power and attra \JZy rendered by to the family </stntes. They, f presidium in the ^iret only paramount, in the firmament, of Louisiana va. E. Bewees, , et. ah First District Const '• BargUtty." ; j row tm a rule npon the Attorney Genera) of the State, and the IMatrkt J'errcd to the district court at the "r" CTlfafl StBWB, H>i the taemm untwt to the un in and attraction too, in their sphere, are aa the stars are of the sun from which they borrow their brightness. Unrepresented Louisiana, patient in iufiering, is derotod to tly tution and laws, but will never t to lay her sovereignty at the feet of Federal encroachments, pdfkty vio- lence. or factious usurpation. The "civil rights Mil" has been | I could" of Louisiana, there to be tried and " <leln Thete aw riovon otogii ■ once under the present rule. This application wrests upon the constraeooo to be given...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 May 1866

[M&F- ■re r Vs*-: n * 51 *. •;, J&if 1 ;! ,[ LEGAL " "' ;• 1 ." 1 * Com. Ker'ts -Factors, &o. lovuplsm ...hcijsb. aaraia or iu si pau: trjsi too LOUIS PL,ESS M CO, Cotton and Wool Factors, ' '• tf 1 ; f > V%' ^ t i Houston, Texas.i AND. " "'vli ... LOUXfl PLBft«.....BC6Ba.9AT*IS.. rBMTOB hhlppiiif Cami tssifitfUlvrtstttiit* " V" 1 8fS ■ 1 * iej^ ■ 1 - - — -— • . I ' ' Qffioc in KuHn'i BuUdint, Strand,.' Galveston. ,. f f V IBKIIAL ADVANCE* JIABK ON JLi OoniitfMBecU of Cotton. Wool, and Bide*. for ■ill or •hipxaeni* 10 #ita«/JilouM. iWa HA VI J GST 11ECKIVED AT OUR WAR*, house, north side of Buffalo Baron, a Unto lot or ModOBMICK'S CELEBRATED SELF-EAKERS & REAPERS, Which we will Mil AI MmafkcMrer'i Prices, Freight, dee., added. , LOUIS PLESS & CO. decOdtw-till Janl 3T R *NHHR«. CHARLES KESSLRB ti. W. CAUTKH. 8TERIENBERG, KESSLER & CO,, WHOLESALE it GROCERS .■ >AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CONCRETE Bl'ILDINS, ^OAlBCautOS — Houston. Textta. Prompt attention g...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 May 1866

•* ■- , - --yrr:^v xmzjusjemtu.. '^ax^xjtust Labor Saving Machines. Com. Mer'ta-Ciotton Factors. A. FATMANI& CCS \ BU8IMEB8 CABDS. JAS- T- WARE, OtlTt'itoo. Teisj. CALEB 6. FOBS KEY, w.msaamvmo, OW BMW OUIIH. WPiHIHii th* kut eight r*u>, mrwic— to the «ftl HlwItieMesOwieWei to Beisety sad Otototrlc*. in—ii BMrir •snr—ttt the Old C* i rests Sate Ckuuea. asrl* dtwlm k - MUM A , D. H. PALLAIS & BEL ' H— u WatehM, jfcilij aad Fancy Goods. CONOXEW mxiT. SEMI-ANNUAL WAKE &. BROTHER, COTTON FACTORS, -AMD- General Commission Mercliaut*, No. Its O.-arler Street, majtdt.Gm N«w Orlesiu. TvrpmrTiwTvrTT A T ■ L. IMPROVED jumM ww moots o« ran ©■**«« * •*■ 1.7. MATCHET, aUeattaa gits* to ««**<*<* Wom«i p let HOC8TOR. . S^tesgrtiaafe^iMfaai. .~S®CPP1S— Watchmaker and Jeweller. , - ^EMcr. *ovno*. larito* espial iunt> to bl* Aa« Mock of* ***• R. BLUME, WHOUMlE tobacco bom, CLEARING SALE a^*ir COMGBfSH STREET. % HOPHTtH, TlXAa. tTWTIbouSB 8TBAND, GALVESTOW. lEBIIVIIfi, COMMIStl...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 May 1866

iJHJBr *-O-Sr:agu®i STi' 'Viys t'88? w> -uawst-tv-" ' * . fjMfr <*ypiyriiy, v • *-.. .«*- -.stu-ni ,«eeiM *#***. r «.aorJM>m. •• ^ r*gBWhomiintmgiCo eern. JACKET BITTEBS. tlA*J throng hout the 8 ute will hereafter drew their suppliag from them. < KjllM k Bolin are herebyempow- fisaa rMsaari sna« doting .UuiMgiioueoee „ ^ . . JNO. W. NORMS k 00. Mew Orleans, April 30th, lW8.-mayl8.atw.tt. The Place tor Bargain* l WM. AHRENBECK & CO. Wholesale and Retail DEALERS IN GEN'L MERCHANDISE, Hempstead, Texas. Wl HAVE NOW ON HAND A LARGE ANB well selsoted siftok of • of every description, loys' Hoot* and gbot*. ijra* Clothing, >ys' Hat* and Capr. >Gn Manx' an Menu' am . Minn' en, . Stapleand Fancy Groceiien, Hardware and Cutlery. Carpenter a Toi.it. lK||iaiut Btael. THE ONLY COMPLETE STOCK OF Keronine Lamp*. Chandelier*. Lanterns, Keronine Chimnu)'*. Ac.. Ia the market, at very low ttnui I HON and STEEL conolat" In part Refined Iron—ronad l 'itamslf&fr' nMUUHL iart al...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 May 1866

r :A, $ t M #';S. -T gfcl .< 4 L Mfihiliwi fall, uaJ^DorUi lift uiaj & &?© '%> ywisirwiyttwiiwiw, gsemr a ; IK I to ■ f ■ «W§ 1 vooM &«■£ fits PrlMMH MergtB* j ' M mm*aa of ta.« • {As Qtrtnun BackUutider. Bt ACBSUA H« KOHL. [Corttoted.] iHi MajfiSyl "* ! s, now, that Aben el Deri had educate, that ha ceata those «*ele« journeys, h|B substance, en—the older ajore tageriy he sought of thoTOncesaMorgana. both waxed ouT together, aad esr continued oifir ceaseless Jour- at last we visited a far beyond Palmyra i afomou wise nan. This i'Journey, for here, to my found the picture for t teazled so many weary and apent *o much treasure.— rhat availed the portrait to my W island ot •o 16og*%a was as far master and I f ftjunc 1 wild find we^e M* steel—bet my master's voice tmnti to whisper in my ear " put it down," KaV 21 1H«B and I obeyed, and turned away—de- , m j tennined to try and borrow some money from a friend—I went—and (rib miserable man that I am i 1 forgot to lock t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 May 1866

nEi ' f <|'a TM-W ■' ,■ VOL. XXXII—NO. 30. ~xr xn ai f,,t r~ AUCTION ! LOOM: look: HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1866.-TRIPLE SHEET. WHOLE NO. 4689. "gnrBOMCWTBAl if Mi] AUCTION READ! KEJLD! ! ! As Auctions Hare Becomc tho Fashion, Li -AND GGNTLBHE\ €AS OBTAIN WHAT 'as/ Require Elsewhere, V." K. As Caterers to the Public, -AND- The Ladies in Particular, Consider tliey Uivc not a* yy, Ind a Fair Chance at Bargains. IN Cowqneice of Which >Ve Offer OUR E NTIRE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANT MAIN STREET. Houston, Te3C* . WIU MAKE LIBERAL AOVANCES ON ALL KIND* 0 MurionAwrx>i . AUCTION SALES „ ' ,c KVKRY TUESDAY and THURSDAY Commencing At is o'clock, A. M. deci-dtwtf Auetiea-Saie.— On Saturday, May 26th, 1800, -BY- M. REICHMAN & CO., MORE CHANCES FOR BUYERS! SCHERFFIU8 & BRANARD, 8UOCKSSOR8 TO SIMPSON, BRANARD t CO., * DKAUSR8 IN . ,v<;iacui/n itAL implements, * And all kinds* of , LA30R-8AVINQ MACHINERY • \Vill always k«>i p on hand ii larxo and*enernj assort- ment of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 May 1866

1f«S vifir Ski MHM. i and good deal of praise, bly the best week! y of nd that has ever appeared in a try, and the enterprise and i in its handsome qiake-np creditable in the extreme i young iaen who have conducted lit we peed not go on toeuume- ie excellencies of the paper; ' are.apparent, arid make it almost -}7 # mmMf-wmiBf wrymaune It is in it* critical and edltorialde- partuients thai.thc Bound Table haa moat signallyfailed.and in which its load pretentious and authoritative hav* «t always, but [.-in a tremendous and slashing Iboi with the tomahawk afid acaljpiug-kpifo, and the pgp, pop, of fire crackers and tor- v -jttowdd by'V whoop ofde- light, aa some unlucky ahtbor got his 1 *-5Al2ti*>'l'W hi* feathers pi ticked. t Utink.aud and tired of this never-ending stream of insipidity weakness, and puerility."' He want* a startling volume" to help him "think and live." Has'he then drank all the old springs dry?— we Jtear there is no help for him. He wants a "great poem." When di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 May 1866

n? i s i ,r THE CJTY. connKBOUL. We u« *lad to kno# that Ilouiton will noon liar. . regular In.unuM* Compaay. oom posed of oar most aolki citlxen*, baring a capital larcv «noa«h to extend its operation. throughout th. vutlr* country It la to be under the chief direction of a gentleman, whom uterliuf business qunliflcatlona are everywhere known and recognized. We are not apprised aa to til. time when It will be thoroughly orvanited and ready fur work, but from the «o-a-bead character of thoaa who have put their iboaldera to tbe wheal, weJudge It will be bat a fewd.ro. Such an eatabllahmeut ba< long been needed here — so much so, that It liaa lout been a matter of aurprlw to many, that It ha* not been taken In hand earlier. A« it la. we regard Ita beginning,'*>, "the dawn of a betterday." —The .trect.got another tremend u* aoakinf ye.- Biulnc, checked by tlie hearr ralna tUlamoraiui;. revived dortutf the afU'ruoon, cluting brllk. An ex- temlve demand waa exhibited for the tlner ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 May 1866

:.pi oration <**& t in HoQM of SepraKotft- > time iii Feb. but. ia Us letter to 1 • .csr v b speech Mr. Baa croft isrep-B te has*. *uj- arfaniag.to . r oot of the civil war ' Secretary of State for ~ ' to send , of Europe great Republic vac ft iii the Republic wasno marc, tone waa all th#t remained law of nations to the late Mr. Bancroft, in Ms acknowledg- *ms' Mter< n^ait irf Mr. Adams' hy the publication of Earl BasMlTt #irrrH>— to LorS Cowley, Ambassa- # Psriiy and to Lord Lyons, the United Btates, in both he qiniln ct the •ad the "Joto UmUti $<:■ M t ' ap«t tei7 ft*®*®? *° 0re*t Britain prevail both in the Northern Mates and in those composing the hto Confederacy. This unfriendly Atttug in the two sections of the United States lately belligerent, might fa supposed to haro arisen from an impartial neutrality observed by OsMt Britain in the late war. It may dso have arisen from the double deal- fog and insincerity of the British CMtoawmat ia their intercourse wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 May 1866

r P #«« LETTER FRO* NEW YORK. New York. Mav l>. the bridge, and I was terror" Btrieken when 1 heard a wild cry,us 1 bought, of aguuy and despair from ui r fellow Editor Telegraph:—I was about \ fSP"**, leaving Kabfhitui when I closed uiv i J""01**• hwO supposed w« last letter; that it, I had in the "his *° swallovr -UP a?ll en£ulf '' he triumphaut, aud same isr^%ss^nssn,'^s i-*«—> V for nearly a day and a half wh ai 1 got ready to leave the saturated and su- perlatively moist village iu which I had sojourned for wore than a wfeek. The heavens were not bright and beautiful, but overcast with lowering clouds that stfemed to say, u start if you dare, aud, and we'll drench you. my yn HIT ttmtiWUULL-X aloft" and heaitatod. I thought o , given was oue induced by t^h I fentity of the whole .thing W ! iouud tlu* turbid Stream, the ! waters, the surgiug billow* come up to the harm* I use*, an beeu putting myself in rh postures and intuitions, euda my life, and cooniug it over timbers a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 May 1866

D. *. o«n«Mgr- MTMfclr CmmVM. *«. «. «*4« ImilnM ffflUMI. thill f iMarnillfor BOmmL *" May 26,1866 a<nt«Ml (*H*|*w4 « of tm. a. «StWHlKO, wlU oMt'.nne n«I tsLMt' vh not wustained, people nor by «M * «f tfce Boon* 4 ■ «r kWs ip - H Italia* qnestl** k«n«of whi«h the ultimate aolatfew 1* much More difficult Qwf thtt of the Doehle*. Though VenetU ha* belonged to Aus- tria tor loaf period, and with unin- terrupted and almost unquestioned po—oerioa rinoe 1815, yet i* it £Jgg§|gftUlilpfeA .Jhaa,-j>eithar, sympathies nor ttSWirtkwn of any kind with it* Austrian oppreuors; allots rentimeat*; ita material inter- eaU, ita hopea of political emancipa- tion look to an onion with Victor Emanuel, either as an integral part of the kingdom of Italy, or by the closest treaties of mutual defence and support. Yet the attempt at this time of Victor Emanuel and of the Venetian people to rescue this proy- inee from Austrian tyranny,can be re- garded only as the height of rsahness and folly, unlesa a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 May 1866

ki -r.m 9H9HBGHH^S new iltustrateb paper tt from Washington. s.\ Washington, D. C. May 11th, 1866 Ud. Tel.:—Long ere this letter I reaches you, you will have heard that the House has passed, wilboni change. the report of the Reconstrue- Ition Committee, the principal provi- sions of which are that representa- tion shall be based upon the voting fiopnlation, and that; no person who iias aided or abetted the rebellion shaH be permitted to vote for mem- bers of Congress or for President un- The' last clause called the " 3rd |section of the report" was that which elicited the principal part of the discussion to which I listened for two days. Mr. ahanklio.of Kentucky, opposed section, and eulogized the people of the South. They were the peers of the North in bravery in the war of 1776, of 1812, and had.been their e.quals in talentf in the balls of Congress ; and during the late war they bad beeu their peers in wisdom and bravery, for with comparatively a small population aud vjery limite...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 May 1866

Mffis fim ■ to- vl'*&"■ • « : -«b >U 14i''M', s}-' m iHp- wfco ^llten^ rowda * R."B :appear in i were ad ■ Hmo. Committee were nee < <b ' fowMewu.-^PW ifl>l*BOOU WIW admimsiott to the an- ana made ., P lOTPPof fifteen shook luuub with every d to him. >' ' '". " i 1 STBPHBNR' IUKSONEL. oao who «jw him wa« struck ,i ce of the umui. In- spolsive eounte- aad Ml ><t .before u the rcflnem 1L&&& "At anotfiir firm and dlgnifle^, Tvhen the Celtic tone tw- eome* more apparaut 5 hot he speaks it all times with great precision, {etwithetaodiag tlwU, if philology ™™ r..—,.... ... elooy hie, h* is * man, under cfr- bat in eve- hels'thelwau of of wax.!?} H|a eai^e manner peculiar- a man eminentlyqwU ■ the taak of reconciling the elements! pC tJtio Brother- SB %-> Chairman of the Com. announced that Col. . had « ■nswgTT 'the I. H, i to make thi t5a«^'M^.,wfi8 ,, spoke M follow;-"We ith regret the Intelligence hi ]frelatd of the divwieaa ia this eeantw amdjjgj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 May 1866

leg* _ JtajSM >f$n faf^VjJpvl iSM jm %i in WHOLE NO. +68L HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 80, ATTENTION KtEBYBODT! ! VOL. XXXU-NQ* 88. TELEGRAPHIC. Niw York, wpR8Wsa«B«w|®q^B tflN wa AUQTJON of forger j !# H? LMGMS AVCTIOJV BJUJEt 'rii' ' i. - --1 - Ths cholera has sppeared Hall, in Liverpool. COMMISSION MERCHANTS lb Jfiy". Oca. H. l*ptof Stoat; General Orders No. 98 to Texas, whioh renuuias n fore the proclamation of IS8^L By order of the ~ K.D.TOW 1806, On Wednesday, Kay SO, \ i REDUCTION IN RPICE( MAIN STREET. Couaton, LIBERAt ADVANCES .Now is the Time ON A Mi KINDS OK. OF LACE M AN T1^ E S! 3%xt^mmaasrm, ;-H ... AND WHITE GOODS • 'V AT THE urouoM or .A -..I. ' W5> " ■' asm ■ ■ . 'i A -w.is* Another Clearing Out Sale. AUCTION SALE8 ALL KINDS OF MERCHANDISE. KVKltY TUESDAY and THURSDAY IJommoncnur at 10 o clock. A.M. •Incl-dtwif Staple ami Fancy Miry Good*. 17'. 6. Coumift, i (,'ottou. Wool Jind Hide Factor, AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, SJ VASUTA, TEXAS. I to hi* cure win...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 May 1866

-V, ' f T f •; > . . •' S \. V; • •. v • • - . - ■■ -■# iswap «** TrS-WWWr WMiM'OofamiT^ro i in ItMlMW K«tl®p«, tUi^i BMI Ml' inSreMtiTi • i ' men, eapaUe of producing at lra«t $. ,800,000,000 per annum for the en- joyment of homanity. '* These startling figure# have sag* gated to the peace societies of Euri.pt' the proposition of urging upon the nations the establishment of an In* ternatiunal Tribunal, on a plan sim- ilar to the Supreme Court of the «, which tt United States, i simply counting names upon our fin- gers., that the majority of the leading Union men of the State are acting cordially with the Conservativeparty. And yet the Radical Disunion party of Tptas are striving to make the impression upon the government and upon the people of the North, that if the Conservative party succeeds, it will net be safe for Union men tcrlivi wRTO^^w -tor tfa^{4a tltis Stnta This in imother lie which they unblushingly tell, in order soil they i they think would and the terrible Tbe^jnn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 May 1866

, .1-J \ 11 ile* ltlvea |)t' tii*? : up" hid of tjoaft' rt-Bt'lll IvlKllt lurneu lrieiico |s lone i with |1 Kmnc that It,) lor ly wit)i |fncnd# those Ition to III is, fgs I: x. a s |ntrusU>d TtwOm I mission corner ol I nil kind* sltfoed to larding rKEKT twl y tees ion to mJ ■ ItontoQ ana lohlky. oo. Ircct. factories, and nbw |Mercbnnl« & CO. |relegrnph." i k co., EXAS. fpUon* lor tb dtwtfodp tooks, float Ale by . pwaitt * co- pLIABS, TRAOJ kn, Pocket Knirefc V TOO * nt,) Tiblf jLe! Itmemt ladim (r. WRHN & CO. ice. Id Invoice of It. Iportation, J. H. CO WEN, InvifSt, Houston. JBfterpri' ^BgJLDlWfi 7«feS, gP"-- am www *o° - BY TELEGRAPH. SptcUl Dbptlch to the bmtljr Tvlrgrapl.. .j Galveston, May 23. The steamship Lillian kas arrived with date! from New Orleans up to Saturday Anon. Nbw Yo*k, May 26.—The steamers Saxouia and America, frdm South- ampton, on the 16th Inst. arrived, nt this port at a very early hour fliia morning. The panic iu England had subsided. The war prosp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 May 1866

U «ui]T HMtarrd. kt tki* nxuMtkvm. T>w iy h>f w < ft.wt i* 1mm twh^k to mlw* the -k ward emp mw 1b the The nttut |ha( Wii|i ,bieti*i*l, fe ia lesa 4aasafed ia ■!- timsto yield! by My checked by raiu than in lie font rn>p. A review •fth* wbeie wljwtelweldweeenge iwpwtfr f"r ik^Tinw*. would ; •!! out before he got through. lag from gnm «wy foot if pwwlble of their cottoo ftrldn. iIHHMMM Harper1, itathirta^hird 'ii JSRSM5.fM*r MtMuaoaoN ■is "• i itfia iwm« f #NN* jI r S ef H • Tn 1A ft. C0SH1*«, Win «MlfaUW ««tt _ I IM, W:*J -■«■ " '.' I***!*1 •' volume, and does ft In «j some style, the Bomber £eing mn of the be«t ixwd for many months. W« detect, moreover, nothing In it which aecd prove ufttiwira to SoathJ era render#; tod one ef^tts article* is S | evidently written by an ex-Coofode* " rate gentleman.*The magnsinebooota an increane of dmhtiaa, during the part year, of twenty thousand copies, certainly aa laawmt gain for that time; * '■ One of the chief attractions of the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 May 1866

9 SPK01AL NOT1UK8. Til K CITY. HOTEL AH WIV.IIA. I —-The Intolerable he «i uf bis; several d*r§ ru oou-iUtT*;lijy twlie.'el by ujvnilc no-ilier, which whisked upi'U Muuday nj^ht aud continued to. blow durlu< yesterday outil oifeht'f if) when It • aekened uid died a way. I to -ool, invigorating breath de- licious indeed. Ifo.nue ujmu us like a glorious A By el of liictst lo snatch us out of ttie very Jaws of hell.— Upon our word, we believe Hint If the sultrt weather which precede ivhnd coutlr.ued but n d: y or>two looker, we Houston Una would have been coked- bttkrd— nutted—us d.>ae us a broiled herring. and just readv to be eaten, aaviug the addition of a little pepper and salt l^wm awfully hot Present Indication® are that another flood Is About to be diHclt irged from the lleavea* up n us. The (tecorder's business w«i ah fol'ows ye#ter- *i*J : Mr. Christopher OuiVf took In a iupembundaut Prt e*soi I«:u.r<-uio, L >ndop Knrland—K A fweiriu- ir n. New Orb* •1W--U 0 Hol...

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 — 30 May 1866

V v V\ M: m we fell for «h w of u lk& ve tad tbe * vuriwu tawM of wUoh |*w wwi «m*lr, in older to old there be may,) an. To the neat of tho e who hove boeu cy losses in the cattle overtaken 'r- |v< court. *fwo of ___ ■■ flBoupd wrer fv their mnhw st tfe iDMritt Soar*. Mu term. There Jk> three if ttoSToot^L one T. C. For*. J*. Farm and John Taylor. There are Mi noniber of complaiuta against it ia the most ou Tfey- had a . the 111—— _™_ J had wWl« lettering their drove. we rtiatl be able to get at the very bottom of the matter, catch all who ■re concerned ia it, jwid put a atop to mm of the niMftlttjr which baa been * I will gire you the partkatara u they pre Still it eontinaea tonkin farmer* have a tery poor Tat their crop* to fer ae wortt- r U concerned. The wheat L j ao for, but I foarlt will the heavy raina, ao it ia '" K>m. I don't think that l evierBiw * woiye proapeet for ears iu ths« portion, of TexaaJ at thia eaaaoe of the year. wmm — "i" daring the lut Ave yean,...

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