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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 August 1865

\ t \ The Citv. The burglars commenced operations igain on Tuesday night and made a rich laul. It is, indeed, strange that people nil not take warning by other's fate. We lave repeatedly warned the people and ex- Iposed the rascals, but it seems that little [good has been accomplished. The bed-room of Mayor Anders was en- I tered and his pants and a trunk taken from the room. The rascals found about ten dollars in currency in his pockat and re- placed the pocket-book where they found It. They also found his office key and another one, which they, doubtless, thought te be the safe key. The door of the Mayor's office was found open yesterday morning, and all the missing keys found in the room, but the rascals did not find the safe key, and were therefore foiled in their object. Their intention, doubtless, was to obtain the Bate key for the purpose of making a big haul. Mr. Frank Collins, who is a cripple, had his trunk taken from his bed-room and rifled of twenty-five dollars in speci...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 August 1865

—L *4 -I..I-AJ - urn. J -Jilm • Mrtvai J *1. • ■ ■ II • - ^ooiefieBJiater Northern dispatches *■ i«« —f educational. HOUSTON. (IN W. B. GRIMES, WM. M. KICK k C0;S_(HD 8T1ND.) WILL CLOSE OUT HIS STOCK, Constating of a general ASSOKTMEIT if DBY 0OOBS. *"*■ «***'• * , * j &u+*tt,n ■... BOOTB-^sats' Pine 0*U, , SHOW-0Wt ', Lailos1 * Children's, A ' HATS—Mea's Mi Boy't, OVRRSHIftTS. UNDBBSBJRTS, ' ' '■'"•jT'.v!! ,<:■ ' '«..f , ***** DRAWBBBsnd PANTALOONS, •14 .fc ' ! H AN OK BBCHI BF , -BOSIBBY, < Wif ewr 8Wf--:* 1' «LOV*fl-L dt«i' u,d OcoU', HEW ORLEANS. HARLOW J. PHELPS & CO., Cotton factor* and 0«# r l COMMISSIONMERCHANTS 143 a RAVISH STREET Between CftBip snd St. Charles Str HEW ORLEANS. I WILL m.ks liberal Clash advances dn COTTON, WOOL or other eon.lgnmeots, for ebl above Inn, or thnlr correspondent* Houston. August 12 >r eblpmi In ouer a. am ent to the r markets B88UMS. dAtwflm (8oi IMPORTER JAMBS QONiaAL. oeeeor to Woodman A Bement.) AND WHOLESALE DIALER IN •w***...

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

I \ tlj * % I t '$4 i ,THK JIOISTOA TRIWEEKLY TteLiKGKAPH. VOL. XUI-NQ. 70 * HOUSTON, MONDAY AUGUST 28. 1865,* -:-r- WHOLE NO 3944 MASOIHIC, The Urond l.oilae *t Texan. A. F. iV A. 91, K M Elgin. Austin. G>r«ed Master ItU-.hara Ddglas, Crockett, Deputy GunJ Master A M Q> ntry, Hoaston, Q S W p 0 Tucker,Galvtston.O J W James gorier, Galveston, U Treasurer Oeo U Brlt-gliorst. Houtton, U 8ecrn«rtr W V avail),Columbia, lstDDG >1 Joi,aHian Nix, L-ckhart, i 1 do W H MrCntcblu.Unlon il HI, 31 <lo Sam Mother. N> w Bran;:fel«,4 h du FB Bexton.SauAuguttlm, 5 h do J K Taylor, Marshal), 8th do W 8 Bolts, Hoas'o", 7 b do W 8 Petty. Brliht 8Ur, 8 b do W P JrUtalu.Knsli, yth do K L Beauiuotit, Got tiles, 10th 4a il Chtiitiberlln, Brow^v He,13t do .1 B Jones, Corslesna, I3rh do .1 S McCampbell.G lla«l, 14 h do 0 0 L'icid, Liberty, 15'h do \v (i Veal, V'.'ai'.i Station, lHtti do v« m Tba*ton, San Saba, 17tti do H M Douxheriy, Attscnss, 18th do {> D Rosei, borough, Belton; IMth do W...

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

®ri-EetM|8elegrapb * I. H. CU«HDW, Wit* ud Proprietor. " HOUSTON. AUGU8T*26. 1M6. If oar subscribers at posi offices where the utSk bave bees discontinued vill no- tify us of U, we will discontinue sending their paper* until the mail lioes are rees- tablished, and then mane and send them for the unexpired time. We presented our Tri-Weekly waders ynteiday a sheet of eight pages, and we present our Daily readers this morning with six pages, in the pi&ce of but two pages three months ago. We thank our friends most heartily for that liberal patronage which hM enabled as thus to enlarge onr dimensions, and to return them a better re- ward for their confidence and kindness. If they will continue to aid us, we shall before long publish an eight page double sheet Daily, like our present Tri-Weekly, with a corresponding enlargement of the Tri- Weekly and Weekly. We are striving to present our readers with a fine paper, and also to make room for full justice,to our ad' vertislng patrons. ...

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

$ ®ri-WecMs®cle(|taph The Production ol Milk. f he close of the war had left no class of sufferers more deserving- of our solicitude than delfoate M* refined ladies, left desti- tr -ebf the death or banishment of their male relatives and by the emancipation of their sarvaatfl. Totally inexperienced in the transaction of business, unused to toil, and by their previous habits unfitted for it, they are bewildered aud in despair in view of the hard realities of the new work-a-day world that now opens upon us. Modestly shrinking with painful repugnauce from any exposure of their necessities, they will endure, in the privacy of their homes, the extremity of want rather than appeal to the charity of friends, and so great is the im- poverishment of the country that such ap- peals, heretofore responded to with alar- crity, must now, of necessity, be often dis- regarded. Most of us have nothing to give but our sympathy ; but all charitable aid, at best, is but temporary : received with reluct...

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

x. H. CUIHIJro. Editor and Proprietor. ~ HOUSTON. AUGU8T 26. 1865. A 'P< ruin j «f bo of t« welfa very' and t the N to tk^ inter* peopl> eipefl )<omej w e aij ment, ■whicl Not* mode view bend do n couri Tha pcop they 1 tn'ely | less out t The dep *i knit « societ; systeo iog d, and race, fore raids " ities d many And aj ■will, ^ as the those i in the bring as pol All th right Wei Ing whole have yield® thorit ■••>1 What was true of mankind centuries ego Is true of tbem sow, so far as concerns their instincts, impulses, motives and dlsposi lions, aad what was written of men by Moataigne three centuries ago, may' be re- peated no# as equally applicable to the ge- nus homo. Good men and bad men, are t the tame now as in otdtn times, and love and hate, nobility and meanness, bravtry nw<l cowardice, are as much now different characteristics of different men, ** when Jeremiah prophesied, Christ preached, or ' Michael de Montaigne wrote hi* eseays, ,s, ' Tha Jiat4|e between R...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 August 1865

Tlit- Citv ) JpVlrs Roger* requests us to return tet'ul ibatiks to Gen. Mower, Capt. Lr• ^aljt- McCafTery and the officers of iyt Texas Cavalry, for the promptness AdttitiCBal from tne m*riu. The I'oHt's lot1 1 ust s special s tin- receipts troui the In'erual Revenue ou the I'.Uh reached almost two million dollars. . 'P10 Constitutional Convention of Colo- t nergy with which they acted in recov- ( ™do adjourned on the 12th instant. The #n for her the property taken by the | Convention for the adoption ©r rejection of jiof Mexicans, and the efforts made by i the Constitution is fixed for the 3d Tuesday a«to bring the marauders to justice. She ' ot September. wlways remember with gratitude their I The Wilmington Herald saye: "Upon k> J88 to her, and their sympathy for her ! pledge of respect for the United States in • great distress. Mrs. Rogers also j authorities, the National troops were with- 1 s to acknowledge publicly her indebt- j drawn from Fayetteville, but a result to « i ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 August 1865

ll I U the tif$ tb« tab for Iue lo geuius until alter its death, that we feel as though it were a duty to embrace ever/ opportunity to make thia tardy justice complete. "Great writ- ers," aa the Edinburgh Review truly re- mark!, "are not national only ; their works are the property of mankind; and their genial is welcomed by literal minds of •very race and olime." Alas! that this gfcsJd be true only when those who needed the encouragement of applause have be eome odd alike to the world's ^praises and itsblame. Both these remarks are eminently true of Mr. Poe.i His genius is now uni- versally recognized; but be was cruelly unappreciated daring his life. He was driven by necessity to sell the copyright of hie works for a price but a few dollars greater than each copy of them now brings the bookseller. It seems to us that there is something awful in this fact, when we remember that Poe wps often hungry in this plentiful country without the means of procuring bread, and otten sick witho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 August 1865

The Citv. L*i- iY - We are glad to see that the negro are receiving attention from the u- jrities. Go ahead in the good work, gen- |men, and you will earn the lasting grati- le of those of the community whose good |1 is worth seeking. If the military authorities wish to a good work for this community, as well protect their own men, they will order B guard to arrest all lewd women found pin? their vocation on the public streets ter dark. The scenes to be witnessed on ain street every night are not only dis- aceful to the city and her guardians, but to. fruitful of evil to both the present and „ generation. They are shocking to teney, and in every way demoralizing in eir tendency. We earnesly hope a stop 11 be speedily put to them. We notice that several shrewd indi- iuals have gone into, business On their rn liook in different parts of the city, ley do a sort of brokerage trade, and their ptits are considerable They buy up ifrrency at about two for one, and sell to le liccused broker...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 August 1865

X GALVESTON. GALVESTON. HOUSTON. ■.•iter iwm New Or J . W MllFMAzf i\b nidlh IHert kte sortw dMMf *mm*s trom Ae ' pen of the Hon. A. B. Mm, of Alabama — They embody a moat charming tribal# to lb® lieauty of the Boothern State* and the lo e- tinoan of thtir daughters.) . . , ara make a palace of uearen, the flowers enamel the ground . napsW£2m£tt' Ob ! bright is tha land that we live in, And aoft blow the breese* around— The stars make a palace of beaten, And " The orangei TbeirodoU — And the mocking-bird's melody riagh^ Prom the bowers that circle the vafel ^ Then here's to the land that we live in. The land of the locust and lime ! I And asojjg for the sweet stars of heaven, That brighten this beautiful clime. But dearer by far to the minstrel Than all the sweet wealth of this land, Are the maidens who dwell in its bowers, By mountain, navanna, and strand 1 All its rich trophies were given, As tributes of beauty to these ; And these are the stars of our heaven. The flowers that gla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 August 1865

the houstojn tri-weekly tklkgraph. VOL. XXXI—NO. 71 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 30,1860, WHOLE 90. 9946 GALVESTON.' B. S. PARSONS. 11 a* rescmedtbe I,UMBER & COMMISSION BUSINESS, In Galveston, Tezaa. HA8 on ha* d u*io.mcu Puie uu cypress Lumber, Northern W hile Pine and Spruce. Dretsau Floor* Iuk una Ccl inc. Shingles. Laths, Picket-. Saab, aud win noon receive Florua Lumber, ulU White Plue Sa-b, Doors Ac. Coudguineuts solicited, acd orders tilled fur all kind* nt bnllutog ni'tcrliis. Lumber from St. Jobs*. 1 I 4 0(^0 FEET White Pine Planks and Spruce t.WV/ gcautllBK and J >isr«. lu-it Inured and '••t -t>y B S PaRiONs. Uaive*ion. Lumber and Shingles from Hew York. I > Kit 3JH0CNER •• ilARY .MANKIN," tu t tallied, I I'at'jtlj : tl 009 feet Dressed Flooring and Celling, Spruce and W bite Pine, tot gaed and grooved aod reasoned. W 000 feet Dressed Wblte Plae sUielvlcy. :w.0U0 feet best Wblte Pine PiackK, 1,1> and 2 la:h ou tbtck, weU seasoned. io,t>:0 feei. lucu Heailu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 August 1865

®ri-aK!«Mgtlelega|k HO U^TON, AUGUST 29, HOUSTON TELEGRAPH. I* pabttaM 0 T,ff*-Wee** and Weekly. IK. *. • «• (I; II tmSiaXiSimut "jjwitll—d ei tb« end erf «• r'.^Sa'iaassSS^— rmrwm mf AiwnWM" u^MttTOTiimui;; |w illl* I1M. 1*C $1,25 WJO W.IO iv 111 rw-wnm frt lnu Hue. 15e IDc II $2 •! II rat wOUi' 7 J/. lftc.br each tneertloa Qvp wlvilma ot da'iV chill*. • I mt xtxi** prtan*. Iw "*• pn } iraeted ter, UMder.taodtng labad to til* ^jSiiIIIM'"11 w'ji at• emerge «< moo rtiMa tuT" "AtSiiawa: P«-r A4vi <fe«ir "J* " *5%" 2dv5rtl*BMe«e"tUl forbid" will M charged t%r?l'rTr wilt i^nn^ xutsus&l ttxteJrs'Jz W^SSwMi M. ■mi, axee* at tfce o^lton el tk# adltof, aad tk«« WsTy wW a rasjoaaibla IIM or reference M- eoapMiiM tt knewn Coaiiieateetiens 4wtto«d to adveaoe Ike w- mmI er wet kiwi ttwmu of lodt*iduU. all •Mmrtea Md arrla«e ■ « ?. P**> MliMitf ekareeter, « reader* iae« •4mM piMleettoee ■ DM readtag eeiMaae «f AUww, «te* wttl be published eel* eendver- ttonXoatMo* MlHMtH InMrMtlBR •...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 August 1865

f ♦ u ®ri-^cchiw telegraph HOUSTON. AUGUST 2*. 1865 Sfe 1*1 dUpatcb *o ib>- t'ti!ca« Tt-n-'o '1 lie Kentucky Eleetious. Youn^ {rentlt-niua desiring board iu a I private family, cau learn where they can ( f nd It by reading our advertising columus. j in the Lexington district; in the other four •••«• districts the Democratic candidates are Cincinnati, Ohio, Au^. 8. Gre«n Clay Smith is re-elected by seven hundred majority, Randall, MeKee and Raiuuni aio elected. These are Repuhli- aus. Slmuikew, Domociv.t boats Geu. Fry We refer our readers to the advertise- ments of Mr. A. Sessuma for something of interest. Any one having a cotton , gin stand for sale will do well to read the same also. 'jlected. Jst'on on which o ie«t, and our Govern- j roeut in scttliutf upon -t bf>.«is fin-illy rested upon that of popular representation, as shown in our Houte of ltei>re?entatives j whase Dieuib rs were elected directly by i the people evtry two years. It was also recognized tl.at the peop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 August 1865

V K. H. CVmVe, Xdttar and Proprietor. BOU9TON, AUGUST 2 , 1866. W« at* indebted to Mr. Henry Hlnok, Clerk of the Col. Stall, for Into New Or Imu papers. Wo fclgkljr appreciate the oowtooj. Wo o*ll attention to tke advertisement of tko Bark Kin, tor Liverpool. 8ko i n tat tailor, and will make tke trip in thir- ty-lw daya. Loyally, with n oertain portion of the Northern people, sow means, !jlng upon tke Ml; and disloyalty at tke 8ontk, in tke 070s of ooae degenerate Seatkornere, ; to dtaonnoo tkooo 11m. ; IPiirLnfp * 1 " Condensed Milk baa become a Texas institution, and tke war baa not abol- tobed it We oall attention to advertise- nan tin another oolamn. It la a ancceaeful ' ^i^^dnakloteonaitoa ' iff mm• oar readers tbat Mr. Mahans atf&n Seed are reliable. Bee the adver- " Ifso nnnt and prapare to have successful gardens. ' ' •" _ _ ' ' : Tke VfW Orleans Picayune is refreshing in those arid dajs .of Southern rtnegadism It vaa always opposed to eeoeosion, but it sfoiytsysapathls...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 August 1865

The City. Lm: •iTvrru win, , xWtt0 Bl,. . (jlak.— A buge uegro wus .J, it-c eil in the act ot entering one oI tlie sleeping roouis m the taunin House on .Monday uigbt, by R*r Junies McQuire, hu employee of'the establishment. Mr. MoOuire was suffer- ing with a bono-felon on hit* left baud, tendering it powerlesn. The negro was armed with a steel chisel about ten itacbes long, and when Mr. McGuire grabbed him he was struck a severe blow on the fore- Additional riipitchw Nl.VS VvKK, Aug. I1-' of the Kvicliii'u for^ei j . Ketchum, Sun \ t'o , us astruiis. What ii will I "if I i mes *; } !« 1 .ie • lleoi upon it veloped, is .lis- he eventuaily, whjn the storm of exoiiviueai has passed, is another nuesiiou. Titus far ta<s case sums up thus: First, (hey have lost in stolen sureties betweeu $-',000,000 and J$3,000,000 ; second they have suspended paymeut aud all operations; third, they have assigned their property to l'. 0. Cal- houn, President of the Tenth Natioaal - Pf' . , gro, bad 00...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 August 1865

The law on Preftideotc. j The President pro tempore of the Senate —— must not only be a member of that body, Since the org*nizatiou of tlie Government • but mast be strict in his attendance. In of the United States, there have been twen-' January, IP/>7, the Hon. Jesse D. Bright, tr elections of President aud Vioe l'resi-! then a Senator from Indiana , exercised the <wnt. Of the Presidents elected, throo died I duties of the office in the place of Vice Pres- before the expiration of their term of office. | Ment William R. King, who died without General Harrison, inaugurated on the 4th «ver assuming the chair of the Senate. Mr. of lUrcb, 1841. died in April of the Hamejliright having occasion to visit Indiana, jmr, and was succeeded by John Tyler, wrote a note to tho Hon. James M. Mason the Vic* President. General Taylor, inau- of Virginia, asking him to preside in his (mated on the 4th of March, 1849, dying stead. The letter was read and Mr. Mason the same year, was succeeded ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 August 1865

I The jOity. Wr. W. N. Bryant, the enterprising news dealer in this city, has placed looal under many obligations for Northern illus- trated papers and Monthly Magazines. Such favors are warmly appreciated. Bry- ant is bound to succeed in his business. —— Good miloh cows are sold In this market for from $10 10 $15—cheap en- ough. We observe a good many swine on . the streets again. Have the authorities relaxed their vigilance so soon ? Did anybody ever know of a town the size of Houston which had so few side- walks ? Now that peace has come, oannot s jme measures be inaugurated which will enable us in a muddy time to go beyond ihe precincts of Main street without get- ting bogged ? No progress has yet been made to- wards the redemption of our city cemete- ries. No one has yet followed the exam- ple of Brother Perkins. ' A man named Thorp and his wife were brought down from Millioan on Thursday last, charged with robbery, and are now in charge of the Provost Marshal in this city. The...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 August 1865

K/JKMidM U if if i if '■ M ■ I Mom-con but, Ala.—A eemspondent of the •«£•«• —7': - . Immtiitelf before the War the popul* t ion ofifAKMMr; wai estimated at from 3,000le 10,000. 1i Is BOW about doable i hat amouat. He ««Maalioa of Peaaaoola tirat inereaeed tbe population, and then refugeea/rom Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana filled the city up te over!ow- ing. Although moat of these hare return- ed to their eld hornet, quite a number yet linger among up, and the rush of "freed- meu" from tbe oouotry has more than Ailed up thetaouum occasioned by tbe de- parture of tbe refugee*. Aa no buildings were erected during the war, bouse rents are necessarily high, and eligible houses cannot) be obialued at any priee. The freedmenarc crofted together in out- houses, of wheraw- enn obtain she], ter. Some of tbe owner* of vacant lots around tawa IMve erected wooden sheds for their .^OToniodatlon',. and recdvo cx- horbiUnt rinxs/rom their sable tenants— while at tiiJMrte flnie they have dep...

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

THE VOL. XXXI—NO. Ti " I'RI-WEEKlj i i'^i i i'ii ■. ..■<' J V HOUSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1365, WHOLE NO. 3046 HOUSTON. M. REICHMAN ft CO. AUCTION AND COIMM MXSROEEAJ7TS. Houston, Texas. ABB PBITABID TO NAU NEW ORLEANS. harlow .1. ehelps js co.. Cotton Factors and General COMMISSIONMERCHANTs 142 GBAVISR STR^f. Between Camp ana SL Gnaiii. NEW ORLEANS. .reets. I WILL make liberal Oasb advances 'i 1'OTTON, WOOL or otber CJOt-lgnmeiu, for shipment to tbe above Arm, or their correa^ouUeLU In other market*. A. SESSUMd. Hocu'.m. Anenat 22 d*'w6ni XX. O. g-TTT «T lETT, COTTON FACTOR AND Hag resumed business at No. 33 NATCHEZ STREET, 1 ♦ NEW ORLEANS. Kin *kkncks:— Vance * Bros.. S m Autinlo, Tmi; J S & J B Syduor, Hnuttnn, Texas; John H Carter, and T* L Maxwell * On. New Orleans. 'ie2-> lni JAMBS bONEtiAL. (Successor to Woodman * Bement.) IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEAL Kit IN Medicines, Chemical*, Perfumery, Pepper. Spioes, Liquors, ftc. Cor, Common A Magazine bts. NEW ORLEANS J. G....

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

"\ r' 1 V if' i , *. h. Gvnzn, utm V* . HQUBTON, AUGUST 31, IBM- HOUSTON tileqbaph . I* paMMbtA w*W«*li- VMM <* ' UtL* it at"tba ond of Imopa m. *11. „„ $lj MO$MO i n m W-W«" AMm> SOC II S3 S3 k in nor. Per ami* lln* «•*>' *-ch 'BSSrtlSB Advertising with «b privilege Of *•«" e?"*?. 5 «r«rt «5wwl to W ertcee. For the prlv • W"1.* M Aif MAi. aHH tlAIIAl. All ?* AfftU It®#.. All coo- the *5L o7 Lrt.w^kiy cbm'.f. xm tddlilooaL ■ iftartliini 1# l" idflW!# w' W MB* C ?S5Sit5r! iX&l understanding to had to ^•aSrcrttMBoets will b« Inserted at • lew charge SrtsrssK! wvipjrs' is: fi¥^ IdJSrSwrnerttt "till fortW wlH to charged I ■' iSn>OMW-W *My **^'7 tor •? « *D Mr above priors are in legal tender. Specie re- c etved iw —rtotrsta,erto wt>e lll W oaicn lattae. rtJM ^ e }«Wtotod raf of Ma flMUUUltoitltB will bt pi^lllMd in this MMr.«Svt« tke option of th# editor, ud the* wllrtwi ■ *r relownoo ao- inMgslSitl Irrr-T totbe editor. 2rrsaissteavt i to the editor. dvaneo IndtvtdMti...

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