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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 September 1863

% Cri-ttbUi Cdtgrqj! nornToiv. t**a* m. h. ouauve. Mttar oi Co** at Firrr oira to tu of Boumms.—We propose to kn IW otr paper or tfaoea gentlemen who ir« willing to twmUk the flualliee of soldiers with corn at 80 ooata. Kuan win bo added m thojr are furnished tow* <-y W. ?. Hvtehlns, Wharton oounty; J. V. Roberta, do; N.l. Wllllama, do; W. Q. Klrkland, Do Witt county; B. Cochary .layette do: Kyle A Terry, Port Bead do; j. D. Waters, do; Ool. J. H. Horn- don, Braaorta; Ool. David Randon, Fort Band; Dr. A. B. Rlppetoe, Braahaai; Gapt. T. J. Catch- ing, Gonxalas county; Mike Mnktlroy. Prelsburg} JNalackelroy. do; Jtvm St^ngfeUow, do; Col. Alfred Hcndereon, Now Ulm; J. ft. Driseoll, Prairie Plains; Aaron Coffee, Brazoria county; W. W. Smith, Falla county; H. White, Bastrop county, . . gk itudera& Mather, Port Bead oouq- FVVI Buwuwaf MIWVI " « " — pal Hlli; Oapt. Alfred Gee, Independence ; M. M. Upehaw. Ohappel Hill; Major «■ ^ -Carolncr Millioaa; B- Nanoe. llaye county ; W W Smit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 September 1863

THk TRIWEEKLY TfiLisur Hn.x xl VOL. XXIX—NO. 83 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1863. WHOLE NO.. 8788 TELEGRAMS The following back dates we take from Mobile paper ~ : w, ., 7 W,*tlnks In the very noetrtls of the people, knd 1* handed our po**ossion. They will enable the reader to keep ap the wcmyd u M o5J#ot of oonU,m,lt Bnd loathing. thread of the history: Richmond. September 5 — Governor Bramlette of Ken tucky, was Inaugurated at Frankfort on the lit. In hi* in- augural he strongly object* to arming the negroes. Many of the moit Influential families in the vicinity of Kan*as, have been banished by General Morlng, for fraterni- sing rtih the rebels. . , Qubknstown Island, August 24.—Mr. Mason la on a vl*lt to the Earl of Donougbmore,in Ireland. The Confederate loan rallied 1 per cent. Marihtta, Gr., September 3.—Yesterday the enemy ap- peared in force at London, Tennessee. After a skirmish of two hours, oar troops fell back to Chalote, burning Loudon ^Richmond, September 4.—The te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 September 1863

% Cri-38ttftlg fttltgrayl IfCTWH. T1XA -■4S. m. x. ABiw mm ut Ajurr Mia —The next BtmnKr will leave Octo- ber 1Mb. Carriers charge on all letters to go beyond tte Mississippi. «L The DMMi(tr will visit all the Texas commands. tad wU bring back return letter*. 0. B.poeUce auit be prepaid la all cases. Enclose roar lettera to this offloe, endorsing the envelope foe Amy Mall. Return letters, tf from soldier*, will i without obarte, the tl being Intended to cover i both way*. OVI AUfHY MAIL.. We dUpetcbed by the band of Mr. Rote yesterday ettere as MIews: For the Bangers, 1W; Churchill's Brigade, at* 1st Texas, 16; 4th Texas, 79; dth Texas, 108| Waal's Leg km, M; MUcellsnet us, Brag's amy, M; <br the State of Mississippi, 71; Alabama, 88; Geor- gia, (Mi Richmond, 7a., 97; various other places 13— total 977. Of those letters 141 had been received with- out the carrier's chargeetaccompaDylug. These let- tors being mostly tor soldiers, and feeling bow bard It would he for them to see th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 October 1863

jraston Cekgrap| HOUSTON} OCTOBER 2, 1863. CONFBDEHATK MONKY WANTED. SALR OF LANDS IN BOSQUB COUNTY, AT PUBLIC AUOl ION, at the town of Meridian, Ootober 19th, 1863. X am Instructed to divide ths William n. Klrg one third league survey, on the Boiquo rlrer, into farming lota of from 5 to 40 acres each. And they will be offered for aaleln such a manner, that those who may require larger farms, can have the privilege of purchasing the adjoining tract, aud wtl I be divided ao that whllo many of them will front the Bosque Kivar, other* will be laid off ou the aprlng branches wbloh pass through this tract, and tuu*, although the farms may be small in size, let they will combine the tbr< e grand requisites to make farms valuable—HIGH LAND. WATER and TIMBER. This Is the f rat time the proprie- tors of these lands have consented to divide the same, and Meridian Is the only town in the State surrounded by rich lands which h tv* never been laid off in soluble farm lots. In addition to the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 October 1863

Oauir Hui MmUwi IpmMy to • published notloe, the pmh of gAberteoa county met at OweatvlIU on Wed- Mite/ the Mtbloit, Judge Robert 0 l«rt pre- sided, and J. B. Williams, Ksq, sppointel fsO- rittr/. The attention of la* use tin 4 vw esllsd by Ool. J. K. Burnt, to a series of resolutions passed bjr ths people of Burleeou ooanty on the Mih Inst. Tbs ehalrmrn on notion, appointed a committee Of three, to report upon the retolallont referred to. The committee coiltted of Dr. H. P. Hammond, Dr. J. M. Moore end Dr. R. L. Gohiten- Alter a short abtenc, the committee re- turned, and by their request Ool. Bares offered tha subjoined resolutions which were unanimously adopted. A resolution n alio patted, directing tha publication of the resolution* in the Houston Telegraph an<t Galveston Newi, and that the lead- ing papers of the Btate be requeue] to oepy them. It w*s also requested thttfhe resolutions be taken op and pat«eu by every oouoty ia the State — 8p eebet were made by Col. Burnt and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 October 1863

THE TRI- VOL. XXIX—NO. 85 u < t:r. t It i <*-« * HOUSTON MOND TELKGRAPH BER 5, 1863. a1 a a p WHOLE NO. 8740. WHITING ON STATES RIGHTS. Mr. Solicitor Whiting of the United State# War Depart- ment, has addressed the Uaion League of Philadelphia, set ting forth Mr. Solicitor Whiting's programme for the reitora tionof the "rebellious States" to the Union. We copy the following paragraph*: As the success of the Union came (hall become more cer- tain and apparent to theenemj in varioua localities, they will lay dovn arms and cease fighting. Their bitter and deep rooted hatred of.the Government ana of all Northern man who are not traitors,and of all Southern men whojare loyal, will ellII remain interwoven In every fibre of their hearts, and will be made if possible, more intense by the humiliation of oonquest and subjeotlon. The foot of the oonqaeror plant ed upon their proud necks will not sweeten their tempers and the deflunt and treaoherens naturo will seek to revenge itself in m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 October 1863

* n f$t C&Wttty fttltgrql; W««7MT IV. TB**« K. B. CTWBOW, Idltat Mi ueeervi •Sort. it® ale Hi * Aaur Man.—The next oaeses new will leave Octo- ber 1sth. (Jar tar obarge on si I Mtera to go beyond the Mle taalpp*ffl Itemltooly Oonfoderat* mouey. the out! of Octet er The Uw *f Nulaim. We Introduced this subj set to our r#i4 ri cone days since, without taking ground either In favor ef or egaloat the proposition. Wo actios It hu quite serious advocates, partleulsrly to tho county of Walker, where tho idea seems to hove hod III ANOTHER ortgla. Wo h vo tbs utmost defereaos and respect for toe Mftojr thinking moo, m well m deveted patriots to tost county. la both these particulars, Walker la second to do eoeuty to the Stale, and these Moa give atone and a oolertog to the socle' there. Henee U la that we look with more than or- dinary tautest at tho aottoa of pabllo meetings, and the beatings of the public pa tie to that quarter. We were strongly toeliaed, at the flrst blush, to Ml la w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 October 1863

THls TRIWEEKLY T^LfeGis^ VOL. XXIX—NO. 86 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1868. WHOLE NO. 8741 NEW ADVBKTlSEJBtNTS HtA0q<7AKTBR8,H0XBT'S BATAgteH, ) Independence, Washington county, > September 28« 1663- ' All volusteers recruited by W. M. William- •on, are hereby ordered to rendezvous at In- dependence, Washington coanty, on Friday the 9th day ofOotober, on which day they will organ- ize and Immediately go lntoeamps. T. E. HOXBT, Major Cadeta. oct7-tw3t* : . - il**aauartbm,di ia otor tbxas, i Nxw Mexico and Abisoka, > Houston, October o, 1B63. / Special Or Am, No. B7l. The companies of Minute men within the Ha- iti of the Northern SubDUtrlet, are hereby noU- fled that thelrusrvleea are required on the north- ern frontier, and are requested to report w ith all the arm* they can procure, and with the utmost promptness, to Brljadier General H. B. MoOul- looh, atBonham. ■ Quartermasters and Commissaries are directed to furnish those companies with necessary irars- portation and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 October 1863

htkukirifoikltteMUievii ud MV.tttl Ik* iCouft^ratMlHrcsaoarina of the whol. of Ik* P*cln*ala a* tar down u WlllUntbor (, U nqulr** lfi£M troop* to hold K&m Monro* Yorktowi, <Moaen«*r *ol*t. H«pio* "id H*w*. Ho on* mi tell what good It doe* to held ytorMa. V*t It U certain that, ktvlat i foothold th*n, th* admin tatntloa *e*ms determined to hold It, and there mast b* BJtM or 11,000 troops th*i*. flea. D*ntol Q. Woedharv, VUkttoera aad Port Hudson h* aafolg h*ld with Km than 89,• 009 m T Bnqr soldier know* tb«x eanaot be. it would mhi* > h* wit *f uwk l" *xpl*tn why tb*y have kept 13 000 or jwJOOO troop* at sundry point* In Arksuaa* Ud MlMonrh e^* tb* wrni.pon lent* from these polnt*iuk« that feet*rid*tit. Inry body I* exited to know th t Waahlngtoa would not to* Hh If 40,000 of the html troops w*n not left Mil (Mr. Uoooln wrol* • knc l*tt*r, whloh be considered sharp, *a I which hMort-'WUl ch*r*ctorls* a* Impudent, to (ion. McC!*ilan, setting forth th* lacij) and rxp rtence...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 October 1863

THE TRIWEEKLY TfiLKCitAPR VOL. XXIX—NO. 87 HOUSTON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, I863. re—'* 1 ^ ' \ WHOLE NO. 3T42 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS RLWARD—Runaway from th* un- jp'jUV "dertlgned, three mile* from Richmond, Ix'j Mudleoii, eark colored, aged thirty-lire yeau.flve feet 'en lochea high, weighs IM) pounds hla whiskers a little grey ; boyiMiwafield, copper, colored, aged, thirty years, aod about tlx feet high, with £ email goatee, speaks like a Frenoh negro; womiiu Catherine, aged 30 yeai*,oa« colored, five feet high, weigh* abouk!40 pounua. I will pay the above reward in Confederate jp °- ney, for them in any Jail where J oan get them. J. S. DODDS,Richmond,Texas. 00ti)-|w6t - - / DNl'KUEHM'K STATES BIGHT V BONOS.—Thirty thouaud dollsra. ($30,000) TOI i<sle—AAiiv at the office 01' ifce Texas and Nf wOr- leuim l< (gv 1 «*ua d, Houston. nottf—trw6f TX)R sALE—A HAKE CUANCKtOR A HOMJ5.-I A< will sell, for Confederate money, my ^rm, situa- ted. <n i.av'aca coubty. f"ur m.iea from Halletevt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 October 1863

®j|t ®ri-WWtI| Celegrx)i^ TMMA*. am iaw"i =*= I. Icirqrtki mil of October _x ArtWmc-*4 Inquirer," " Grimai i,w'** iiwWitlM* of Baptiat Convaa* Um." * PrtiMUMw Ifilifc Co Davieanari*," eCe.,etc., etc. Oarrecpoadeata wMMpiHiil. * , Bar* ta LaaiaUaa. W«||fi IMif a Ml uwut of ^e gallant af- Mr en Ityta teardocke, la «kM 6«< Ar«M iplmi qtt m yrltnntri mod two Parrot pu, M volloa #MBMaliMd hla «M, aad earned hi* to a* aa! or Mi way. Green la bow iftli on the mar, pomalllog pawing tumu oa that highway of trade, aad teaching the TuktM how the taatheca people fejl toward* tholr woald-be oen- qmm. Otoot praiee la <•• to Ohta oad Ua pllial M««ail tovtha aervlece readerad In Loalaia*a for the laat ate meatka. Hod Ua Confederate latdtaa iInb KHllr po*MMt oad equally vlgt Joat alaewhere, tho revcrete ot J*ly voald bit* kin comma*. It la ef aa ace to cry thoca teveraee. Tho tfutpof the people la to aaa- t .la wM) the elmoct aplrit thoae generate who do provide and who alao eonqtier. Of *ueb ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 October 1863

UOtdTOft, OCTOBER 10,' 1863. N A C AR to . San a.vtokio, riept. 29.1 <3. *rr>*ilct<'appeared !n tne Houston I'drgrt pn cf tneUttt !ii>t.,o( M iJ«r Chart's It >*el , Q. M.. ruiaMva tu tuyst-li umt mv < us an officer oi tbo Govern 1 uei.t. an<t cootal;.lu;.T reprtfSbntaUiii# proper for we to liOtlC)*. The Hrst. statement I# that b , "Motor Rn*s<l!," "never received oi e pound of cotton or ilia piccfetjs thereof, 11oui Majof Simeon lii.ri. Q Jd. 0 if. A., r.r ar y oM !h ascot*." Yet, notwlthi-turidni* the appu* rent prejiM.in with which till* unqualified av< rm-r t is mad ■; It. appear* from the sui a quant ea't otMuJof bu« ell,' publication, thnt Ue h M re. it iccelvng <ai ttieRMGramie ftotu Kcne ty. sji ltnxii A tft-g, *up« p'le* fur ti e afuijr.lP pgr . ert f-r wMchl beve turned over tii those purtick tor Mijur in«vtn bvpdied i«oie> of cotton. Such Ik the fuel; «tiu .by tbe time t'..tn (ard4« In .print,'i not <>u tfcl><!av, ttve hundred i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 October 1863

of tttw ui until Brows trill* p to my Nt advices from my igiat tbera,wiowagbow. ever, daily looking for latga quntUlM of which he had received bllla of lading, and which ware walladvanced. from this place U* balesbate bm seat forward to tbe Rio Grande alnaa the 10th day of August. Mich frnitr dalaya have occurred 4b tho tr nr •ortatl n of my eottoa than I enuld h w •nllel- peted- TbioiiiM >r« of varloheklnd*. Jew •Bit rtfcr htra to (be noti material on«e. I did oaltuiaia greatly upon "Conscript traneporta- tloB" which I was allowed to employ, and which constitutes the "Government fhcillMea," ao much talked about a# having b<en afforded 4o me. If it had beta confined to me, and to tho direct Gnr- ernment service, as 1 hive always urged to the boat at my ability, this- "facility'' would ptob* ably bare enabled m to have got the balk of my eottoa to iha Rio Grade by thla ilat, aa 1 expect- ' •d. Instead, however, of being ao confined, thla MU'''HiUt)r" baa (mho ooncedod to aoorea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 October 1863

V. %L V I ■ VOL. XXIX—NO. 88 TRIWEEKLY HOUSTON MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1863, WHOLE NO. 8743. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS ATJOTJION, , BY or. S. db «r. B. syduor, ON TUESDAY, 13th inat., at 10 o'clock, A. M 2 PIANOS, 1 fine upright; 1 doubieeefct of ale- Kant Parlor Furniture, 38 pleCeaaaawUd Merchandise, via: BUnketa, double width Grey und Brown Oioth, P> lata, Oottonadea, llndieyai Sugar. Tobacco, Hpnol Thread. Linen^ Thread, Needles, Tapes, fcc. &c. Alao, Negroes. Horaei, Muli.sand Sundries. Land for confbdkbate monry.—040 acrea In Colorado county, a flrat rate stock r**nge and a 20 acre lot of the "1 exaa Military Id* stitute," la Fayette oounty.^ Addpeiuo^a^iy to Ooyigtw3t LaGrange, Texas, WANT*l!r—A Situation by a young man, not eubleet to military duty—oat door employ ment preferred, Referenoea given. Address octl3~tw2t* a. Box 55, Houaton, Texas. n*. on OTK.V Ybii froui uiy Mill,north of White Oak Bay' bot the 8th inat.,a BAY UOttSK, branded f^Y the right Hp. lib 1* nhod ia front, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 October 1863

m ®|c Cri-ifiRttUj Cdtjrsjfji HOUSTON. TBJUR. H. OUWUi ui Froprtea. iii. * ■ i AmyMail.—Thenext me^nr* wti >*«t«Ooio- SfflhJ^^%8ls !wKss TBI LNSON Of BISfOBT. We sometimes hear disparaging romarks or the Otrun nil other races made by our people.-* When wo reflect on the amount of croaking 'bat hutew indulged la by of thaoe albi per- aoos within three month* past, wo aro tempted to It* than • litpe pteoo of German history for their By (he Shrev«port Express* EdiUr TiUgrap k—I a tod yon ■ews. Through the additional w editor of ti e BHKBVtroRT, Oct 8. an Extra containing polltenota of Dr. Lacy, tbe Gazette, I bad the plaaaare of looking over two papers, the Miselsslpplan md Bslmaa Reporter, from which ha took the Itema in the Extra. There waa vary little else Id thorn of Intereat. They did hot belong to him, nor eonld he gat one of them, eo ha told me. The Mlsslsslppian an- noanoea tbe destruction of Ira boau «n the river, among them Imperial. It alao contained a long article from j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 October 1863

TRIWEEKLY /a TjlLLGKAPB. VOL. XXIX—NO. 89 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1863. WHOLE NO. *744 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. <#• rpW0 SUBSTITUTES WANTED— X to serve in tne Militia, for whloh will be office. paid. For particulars, Got 14 iw 5k« —Mr 4 mi ok 13000 apply at 4 month* each thla tarnished room, by a Address "C." th* Post office* Oct 14tw2t* WANTED.—A gentleman. 35 following order la published for the In for mattosi of all eonoerned : ♦'H*iuad4rtre8, Dipt. Trans.Missibsippi, i Shru report, La., Auguat 90, 1803. j "General Order*, No. 38. 'la accordance with the Proclamation of the —* "—* 1 amnesty la here- inovabaent CARD—Messrs. Weeksand Brown, (formerly of Galveston and Houston, Texas,) desire to inform the publio that on the 5th of August last, the "Hotel de Ban Carlos,'* of Monterey, Mexico, was opened under ihelr management. Visiters will be entirely welcome, and all efforts made to ensure their oomfort. French,English, Spanish, German and Italian spoken in thehouses, . • The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 October 1863

Cht Cri-SSttMs CtUfsyfe 0 mmwrmn. ****•} V Spvc Win losve Oct©* to go beyond It only OonflMUraM money. it Imii. . _ . . will carry Ui« mil f OcURer "rip^carcut here. \ i fke itaMeMiftkb iMmrimBi. We§avaafewdeybalaeeo«ir viewaon the cot- ton kulMM. Ikn war* In brief that the plan- ton ahoold be invited and urged to aubaerlbe to ft loui of tholr entire crop# to the Department on the following heals, vix: to bo paid for one- foftftb la spebio drftfta la MaUmoroe, aad tbree- foaitha la bo ad* of the Confederate Btatea. Thla onefourth, Mia ««p|>osed,wtU be saflUldntto fftraUh plantation aappllaa. Zt la, In other worda, •a Invitation to Ikeaoild wealth of tha country to volunteer for Ha defence. Should tbo plan ba adopted, and the call bo node la the aplrlt of pa- trlotlMi, wkleb wo bolloro anlmatea tbo planting lntoroat.lt will plaoeaotlcaa than two hundred tbooaaad bftlaa of eotton at the dltpoeal of thle Military Department, with whieh not oalytopar- chaee aopplioa, but abonld the D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 October 1863

TRIWEEKLY TEL&GRAPH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 90 HOUSTON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1803. WHOLE NO. s745 ;Yr -< . NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, T° „ LlTKKARY MfciK ANil WOKKN-Wede- -. aire fortbe Texas Series of Readers well writ- ten artloles, adapted to the comprehension of chil- dren of ten years of age, upon the following sun- Jecs, vis: The Mler Expedition ; the Grass Fight, Texas Hor e Marines ; The SanUFe • The First Settlement ef Texas s The Ftret Three Hundred ; A brief Spitome of the History of T<x- as; Gen. Sam Houston, Dr. Anson JoBes. Juafe Burnet, Gen. 8. P. Austin, Bat e of 8an Jao nto, Battls of Velasco, Soene at Austin at Annexation, battle of Galveston, Battle of Sab^e Paw. Battle of Ban Bernard, Capture of the Morning Light, Battle of Corpus Obrlstl; any of the various bat- tle* in the present war In which Texians havo been engaged ; Biographies of leading Clergyman of Texas. Also,upon any other subject whether of Geography, History, Biography, Scenes, etc.,,rela- ting to Texas. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 October 1863

®bc Cri-SSteklj Ctlegrapl} ;* ■9VRT9FI. THAi . •ie s. m. ousHne. ,t. V, = 1UI MAa —Tub n«xt mnNnitr wlU leave Oct©- $ bass SEE a?!MM"s2rJSS!fafiKw n n .ro-M. vsm kmxt Luuufvu We have compiled uftrM** toll been able, ft list of the members of the next Legislators. It smbraees the rspressntatlves of sixty-three, oat of the savanty-seven dlstriots/and nineteen oat of the thirty Senatois.as follows: l.IFFoscue; 9.B B Adam; 3, Ju Barclay ; 5.BF Slaughter; I.JH Immvi9, G MBrasier, 10, Geo B Ho wart; 11, J 0 W#oters; 19, W C Dan tela and Reuben Robinson; 13, Bmlth and Bld- w«U; 14, A W DeBerry; 15. B B Haynes; 10, B A Blaaeh; 1?, 3 P Utter and F M Hart; 18, Dr J 11 Will*} 90, M D K Taylor and N B Fatten; 91, B Bpunertand IT H Hart} 99, W Harrison; 99, Bobt English; sb.JW Rhes; 39, Geo Brown; 34, M M Potter; 39, T B BUI, SB, Geo Fraxer and J T Bra- dy; 37, A 8 Llpioomb and J G McDonald; 88, J H Ban ton. 13, Lacy; 41, Jas B Loughrldge; 49, B Pendleton; 43, Jas K Allen; 44, Wllson(t)i«, J 1« ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 October 1863

THE TRIWEEKLY TELUGRAPR. VOL. XXIX—NO. 91 HOUSTON MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 186S. WHOLE NO. 8746' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. J LODQR1) IN JAIL—a negro boy by the naino of John,about36 years old; be was bought lately by a man uamed Bork Watts, In Loui- siana. Said boy Is In (all, and the owner can hiva the same by proving property and paying charges. HENRY MHKiSCBURGER. Sheriff, Columbus, Colorado county, oct 10*41+ * MAKMIKD-Ou the 8th lnstaut, at. Corpus Cbristi. IVxas, by tbe Rev. John II. Cox, at the residenc of the brldo's father, Colonel John M. Moore,Mr. William Heuden to MUs MargaretL. Moore. oetlil-w&twlt* f |>UK members of the Davis Uusrds most grate- JL fully thank the generous citizens of Houston tor the sum of sixteen hundred dollars, handed tliem by Mr. G. Madden, lt being the proceeds of a benefit Riven in their bebalf by the talented corps of H-uston Amateur Theatrical perform- ers. Their thanks are also dm to Ool. Gentry for a donation of flfiyjftollara. Suchappreciation o...

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