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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 May 1866

§11 •THE CITY. * \ —' Jbc Dlnrie* Court disposed of the i lauun o( our aaadlilitt* for tno btsto Peiiittuliarjr. yesterday, bl mukiny bu "ealliug &ud el-ction ure." Tke cnudi' date tu onn Mr. Mart Speers, • negro, who bad been Illegally investing in silver cols to tke amount of si* dollar* and a half, lie will lake up Ms residence in the Penitentiary during tiro year*. Aa application v<4 made for a now trial of Riehard McLaughlin, who was lately eegsteneed to the Peai- tentlsry for htm years for stealing horeee- The ep- plioation is made oa tke graaad that negro testimony —wkioh ewwl Rla ooavtottoa ..la iaralid agalaata white nan. The point was dlsoas^d with f rent aS.u- lty by Judge A. P. Tliomeeoe, oaaaael for«efoa4an«, and DUtrlot Attorney Wilgy far «*e Mate. *« -left'ugdutiiaad Hf Hie Cuurt. agslai we unit DAILY REPORT.. TELKORAPHOPEICR, > Moxpat Kti.ii>*, May 18. ? FINANCIAL.. bsAeearst ■ iV suppoei oa^tarday. To-day baleen rather more quiet in financial eir. ■uppe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 May 1866

:i* twt II |(l fw i'tk first, Mi ) war, (fee UiTMioiM h AffMibi t Bihuh A 9 W" ****•• M IMfW «S* .Ml. iAai- Kp| hr OcMtof Mseisras Mfcma- afe •• 11— ta—i •MOIAL NOTICK 1 r, BW oattIM (ht mfw through rir®r ia bar«t- wide, and It trtHMM .Ifee de - Eif Courrttv Svbhbbobd. Akx&udritt Deiuoor t, of the Bp^v-v'* *l«r is still rtoiug •teadiijr, at ' " " iudbe# rier twenty. i reports ritmi above Nufficfamt truth vuli so to know (bat it in / dotfo jftoiu tim ruft. Iioida gmhI. and i# be- hotiriv.iud Ag.MMl tight . witHMd flie litem miles btlow here, gave rithy. Tlifp whole cotiuOy, iuttuce, i* *ubui« g d, tlum ; at! oar plaatwa in tl *t cc- «Um«lu*a/ tluj Uoi. A. I iMtmur ut tu* #Ut of u tf vf:.Ajtrit, tMl, « M. REIOHMAN & CO ' J" •* -r, !<■ ARiSt* y«UU tMMMUr, that THEIB AUCTION SALES MEND0U3 ATTRACTIONS t HKB $390(000 WORTH OP STOCK t |jr£ W " Ko tnlsLk*. i Tbe *ood**r ready tor In.pt ction. m««6 of J as* *• will «U on tho fol. wW,TO. mfcJHyEMS>Bii ' . rcatttamiteo. BAT PBD A...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 May 1866

•**«r ;vas, iffl I i?t- " • # tV-T" £«f 6 ^:ht% ' ' •- :•! - ■ ■ " ' ' -■ BUSINESS CARDS. CALEB 6. FOBSHET, COMPLTINO BROIHCEI AND OBNBBAL Agent tor St-auv Bnglaea and Machinery, and mayUdtw'twlm llTMto. 1 D. H. PALI|1IS & SHAW. DliVIU IS Watches, Jewelry and Fancy Goods. CONCUtBtM HTKUET, HOU8TON. B8T Watch— aad Jewelry earafttlly rei.lml £% anUMvIr krJriMAlAHW , Watohmaker and Jeweller, OOBGBBM 8TKIBT, HOUSTON. Invite. eepeatgl attaatloa to hie la* (took of artl-dtwly* R. BLUME, WHOLESALE TOBACCO HOUSE, CONGRESS STREET, HOUSTON, TEXAS. ! > ; . F. A. BREITLING. DKALBR IS FORHITURE, GLASSWARE ARO CROCKERY, Main Street, below Franklin, Houston, Texiu. Has now on hand, for salk on nap, a line stock of the al ore, uud will booh reoulvo un additional supply from Boston. Call aud soe uic. may 2-diwtiiuoa. AGINCIES. ' daiA\ CHRISTOPHER HDTARY PUDLI8, ALIHJ, Ot>MMI*BlO.NKR 01' DKKDS KOlt SKV- frill States. TAXKjS PAID on Lawls in :,ll ra- tions ol the State. I.NtfTRO.MEN'S (•? Wt...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 May 1866

iKH Pf€' mm m .mt&wg an wTorifecsiktai •r Jfc« SMtk, wd to thin M| fee at tri bated ia a antm the tmct tiwt 76.45 periheaeaad «f theaMB fiwai tb* bam States died of dia- fH Thawed from the W«ak served ia the faver-tweediag nD yi of the Mii^M aad ita aaathera tribata- riea, aad thia aided aa doobt ia mi- Hag their Mortality liat. Thatraaaa trow, the harder State* aerred maialy mm eanaa. All their ratios than the mteral ratio of the . Hmtm. arhiea te hat BBSS. -A^aia, the Middle States, whoee u prised i*p '«f*ra garni I Jkt died, ia aetua aad U a ffcis it ijtteaia, Ctat, that of , fettle*37 aoaad^ihew rf ftaaot the whs, ^h^fiJtraahy mm the other haad. that aalj «M «•- oar to emy aiaetf awn h* died of > diwMe. Tfwaerersl caatfa of thia ihle dieprefertiaaaiveefideat. are hettrr aheftwrvd (kw gjM mb Their CmmI kfmsngy «rl«<|aatitjr aad awt* ramd ia I. They ate eat aaaMAanwded ■« iouaht to the larger extent ia the Anaj of the Potomac, tort oalj 37J8. which ia SSSF Mew the rattoa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 May 1866

OOMMHSION MERCHANTS J.J.1U uaov «U >hsw •tan* IIXIO SUM [WI a 1/ vim J. E. WU1TAKER, COMMISSION MERCHANT, •we Street, Idtwly w. sr. xicaou. w. a. cook V { W. H. NICHOLS & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, —w Strand, Q«1twh . dttrly _ A.J.Buk£ii | CommiMBion Merohan^, BOUBTOtr, TKXA8. IW, mllclts Jnlv 3, IMS. ■tor Tbl® all S.J. NAGLE & CO. y Receiving, forwarding and General Commission Merchants, .. - Ofce to Gen. e. B. Nichols' Building, - MM dtwly*^ *• > allii. a «. rasor. wm. idltos •. Xj.AXjXiBST cfa co. * RlOElVMO, fORWAHPllO ASD Veoeral roaituis>i«u M*rebatii!<, W4HKHIM1-K At the Jnnotirn of BUFFALO aud WHITE OAK BAYOUB. I n to the Cotton Pmn, HOUSTON. A VINO ample 'Kcominodattoy. are prepared to _ receive Cotton, " ool. HIdes/etc., on utor ire. trict attention given to Cottonaud other Produce lent to us for sale or shipment. Ill ala^ attend to the fllUtm of orders when accompanied fcy Ca*h or Produce. , juH Sly james vv. forsgard, D.sler in GENER'L MERCHANDISE ani...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 May 1866

SUP lip ' ( iffi ififS.3 ; tthriVSHK ^ " 'J „... _.:' y!L«-Z r. I* k quit* tine Utat flu* raacallj tnapt ikwld )m brought to grirt PmuMuwu. Mw Hu-Tk* hcmfjsmj <d Knit wwlwulj cn«- dedto llHea to giiihw Cmu m4 bostodi oat or tbe town, nide water and . Tbe &; craw, and proceeded, to > they found that noh TM> wafisr bad aar- __...|&WM^T«Bi#iy ight« 1wto wt* theu a>o Sato firt jfoe oecu- paata to r«:tdlt the dry land on tbe Wert, su*& they were compelled to leave-tins nsain Widitig' mn{ oeo'ipy tbe tfoble, where they bad UuUfc a • Ms * a jMtembkd ttiera early on nigbfc When the boat beat tbe water w*a wUhin a ftm-iMmMt'tftemi Th« whole fam- ily. tflgeUwc with saob ciothlug, etc. hi# eroji, W« 8 W# we A. b. OTMMMW. MUUi UHkU DootittM la JofaMMW Seward, «# <4«. *w —iaHrtit «f tto Bartp" " to apoa to ,„jM wimiv anttoH ly ttMi la order to Ml—d toak" ■WMMptoli iftu BtoOwrwtowr iifPUB^ nwtw * m CROCIRI ID COMMISSION MXSCHAXTB, MR8.U.JP. MOKttK. Private Boarding. THm...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 May 1866

VX * \ I U""' ••'.a,. «•. w. ,!.<e,v-ya.*i f:.v - 5" **• ' - • r-% " •■■ ■ V'- ■-■P- Bnsnr£ss cabds. 6. P0R8HEY, WGlrLEZ?& ■MUwtifS Alt. 4, Ostenua's Sc SHAW. J. CHAVAWE, R. BLUME, TOBACCO BOOSE, wa-ir ItDITMi TBXA8. AGEHCIES. [j r UNDERWRITER AND GENERAL ACtfrr, 4 Oflca with i.&tti House's Balldiac. Strand. i F. A. BREITLING. FVMfTVtE, BLAMVAIi All IRICKERV, IbalmSWnhuUii, Houston, Texas. Has sow osr haiu m uu cheap, a far Mci U lit <hm, aad wilt soon receive u «Utti>nl truaL Boom. Call and tee me. PURCHASING AGENT; OFFICE WITH A. TATAHA, Mala, M doc ~ «. V-« ' !SF HOUSTON. IF Special attentioa gives to InTaatmaato at Auction nhi Refers to Hon. J. 8. BtUina, with S. X. Bweaaoa, Bow York. A. C. McK«en A Son, > 8. D. Foot* 4. Co- T H. K. Parkin* A Co., Houston. B! ttXfc Co., } rie'uaoai mar 8-Utwlmu- CHRISTOPHKR DART, IflTAIV PSSLiC, IMI*sioxxr OF DEL . tnl IAXLS PAID «ii Umds in ill I AL.HJ. COMMISSIONER of DEEDS FUR 8RV- tnl ?: ■«. TAXtS PAID on Lands in all por...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 May 1866

m ' pH 1' ' 1 I Wm V Ipl fi *\ 1 ! f ' f i •*, tWMfi ;• Sv,'p 44$' •• M'iM ^r i WWmm bWrSkT^j Mr. S3 •MH •tMaimUL Hia superior ■bteadad witfrtbe liberality BMgftviU keep ttwin aa HHKaaimTexM."^ -•■ lbs* act with two ravene* MB MMRNttl ftu low ham burnt bad jot lp on the , vbca the Jfaofl ttme, sad in iday the wateni entered half the Two «f the ware- to reaiist the Tba iaMBMaae bnild- . db Hendricks, like the ref Gibraltar, legated, the force waters, thus giving an addi- tional value to the beane- The wa- ters were higher thaa elfr known Mml , * T Is destined to become Iran we, in inexhaasti HP1 all Oa roote, taken its aewntoasil except Bed riw and the Farmers over the route will The aplaads have and cotton. The the cattle lock well. The wool tie large, invito* jmrehssers. everywhere is abnndant. No preemU such indneesaents for ___ as Texas; had Sir !%to extended his visit to ~ he would have ianMMt that way „ plgration from the West will will commence, and in Ave MStt'wm imltea hy £h...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 May 1866

-m1 t ■+ % 10 COraSSIOH MERCHANT, W. H. NICHOLS ft CO., COMMISSION, MERCHANTS, wl> te—a, cmwum, " ' A. BCHU, Commission Merchant, HOUSTON TSJUA J. *AQL1 s: Baeelving, Forwarding and General Commission Merchants, . 0** in Oen. If, B, Nichols' Building, WWi * -rf.j' • ' " ' ' •• 1m ALL1V* B a, rsaor. WM. tVlTOt m. Xi.AXjXiWN' «* • RsOSlVIgO, VOBWABVIBS AMD Venera! Commission Mercians, WARM10USM Attho JuotiCBOf BUITALO uul WHITS ' |. OAK BAXOVS, > the Cotton Pro*. TtjlAV^NG ample aceotni U reeeive Cotton, « oolv Hli HOUSTON. „_j. are^repared to Strict attiraflon given toCotton >a| otSer ProSuoe Mot to oa for hI« nr shipment. " til alio attend to tti Ailing of order* whan acoompanied br Oaah or Produce. Ju dly JAMES W. PORSGABD, i Dealer la GENER'I. MERCHANDISE amd Commission Merchnnt, MILLICAN. ■9* Oaah Advances made on Cotton and Wool, lot- sue or shipment to Houston, Oaiveston or New York. marM-dtwiy Co-Par tnerstup. P. kbtnatln, .Houston. A. V. CHOP PIN, Late of N. Orleans ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 May 1866

SV'-' . rf i ' r** A .... zm ** • 6SyPU°a ® Pi( i8«e. and destesolfao. Texan. Tke . -J •aijm.tkd'l™' *!*$-** wwm v worn worth of pro- ^TmiBS^SSg MMM. 1 ' ' questionableshape—it shook! he «-[*-*< rertimd nut>4|oiTo<ftl. I# fbr aooifc- er roMoo. on Wm ' ' noimatnsaatc part of the State. 8ev«**J gaa^qsgSSf - the platform o* which they an 'W0** •tuple wali b* ' «HWp TinJimplimtt thna tattaof JefTer ©a: ;'4 Jeffcrsooi is situated at the extreme of navigation on the Lakes, l l': htihdrea miles from New Or- •Ave miles above, or <>;•« i \ *rith me pHH| more thau t- v ■ f '•: 8 bHpt worth popa- ■■■■■RlpSM ty business house# of lsf'i good school*, . > society; largo aud regular Hew Orleans steam- a tri-woekly packet to with the Ml assurance &. El Paso mid, ter. here, will bo put in opera- very short time. Of the surrounding Courftry he ivnted in tiakei. Ca it-setgjv* Devine and Coke a Hftf The Am will thus be just to every portion of the State, and will hare the aatMbo* ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 June 1866

I \ *■* ■ .I— P <-il^-^iyr*, - * iC f)T« a>> v u' Ii U i ( . ,#Uoi>if4 y * VOL XXXII—NO. 34. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WOfltDAY, JUNE 4, 1866.—QUADRUPLE llUUi' ii OiV .., . .tijjftpf,*g WHOLE.iKOw"""'" i«W'BSHHfc- M. RIEGHMAN^fcCO., S j «/•.* • nVv •!) ni •• >1 nr. ill 'V;hi! REDUCTION IN PRICE or LACE MANTLES! AND WHITE COOfes AT EMPORIUM w nmt OF^ THK SOUTH LIGHT OF THE WORLP! DR. MACCiEL'l PILLS AMD AX V THK.SK Li&f^rivuur r> jLf* Et,« sor liir fcr^t tiQK-<ITWI to th* vutkL for arrr adulter -I a orntnn of ;rint« pnetiw Uw i^Rdina ;a shew Life-Giving Pills l^ a u«*t with t!i-«fv«t*ftt tnrcr**. TV:r cr**- iion is uot ooljr o pr *v n: di < *««, U.I U> car*. llir wnth on: the rar1«>q« hmUKu by wtKrh lb? '* *u6««riutf, awl r -iuvi*ora?* IL^ CtiUntf «r*X«-ta. To b«- *i*1 ititinn a f*w du*c*4 f th f nlwfcV Piila • ill prow to t* a res v Fountain o: Youth. ''or in ftc!T oa* Ihi-y atM !if 1 ) vitality.an i r> <rr li«r wui i:x* to their prislio#Yatii "-uiuE *u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 June 1866

Be PH. cHJK Vvf r.n 4M — - * .il-,,,,. * Krrymt «JT M6. tton. either IHllr or for of Now York, Jim sow ih pro* • new romance by Mrm. Warfteld, and we are also prwaiaed Mir one la t)w net nhmf of Beadie'a Monthly. Vnu OhMfesd oontribuU* me ^fieo<41eetioaa oT lira. Carolina Lc* Hfcate.'f the lamantod Southern neMst. She first met Mrs. Hentz a*T, Colombo*, Georgia, in 1850, and dea- eriht* Iter aa having a watt-deretoped, dignified and graceful %ura, rather abore the medium height. She dressed £ alaot BPpw, mMim PIB, ■1 *tth*T«i«n*#h. m ■ Houston. Texas, Jon# 8, 1866. Tickets for tho coming electioa oaabbhatUfctyli offloo foe «2 5Qn eyx when not law than otdored. Poatago Jiheifi. to ny TEXAS. white labor- 1 J#4 ftmnkneaa " VTW policy which baa advocated from the iOBAfp, has ariaen Iriendlinesa ot many i to freodmcn, and from •'"*out of the 1*. mat dependj&fj ohaatuwtJkiiMi. it^aati«rlpat extent ;1 fearlesHneas of , ft wiU notbe neo ^WS& these per- i reflection the t SfanOa •...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 June 1866

ft*. "V •*•* f$P. •*«*- ■ -*•** /V,,,. . .,i 'S *4*. Mpl I JCITV "•"""EMM Called meeting of the city Council. Present: Hi* Hon. H. D; Taylor, May- or ; Aldermen, Burnett, Love, Beich- mu, Fleishman, & fteiqeimwju Bag- ley and Stanley. *•'' His Hon., the Mayor, stated (hat the objeet of the meeting was to de- termine on the propriety of erecting a wooden hooM on the maiket aqoare for the Stbam Fire Engine. When, on motion, (the roles being suspended) it was resolved that a committee of three be appointed to boild a suitable Engine h9IW, lire engine, abd that sBd committee be authorized to pledge the bonds of the city tp t^ow citweoB who will ad- vance the necessary funds for that purpose; and it is further resolved, that a temporary shed be permitted to be constructed on market square, to place said engine in, until the new house be completed. - On motion the Council adjourned. GEO. EWING, SKC'Y. May 31st, 1866. Council met pursuant to adjourn- ment. Present: His Hon., - H. D. Ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 June 1866

at the tt£ WBIW i In the front -af a * without which, MW of mind, m to emfiael tha f H aH Us Improved Rose Wash, EjfSffBSSri^Pt.'S 3ES2JS& ditaTC VM HMMMVI FLUID EXTRACT BUCHTJ t in ^ iMtnutlTe. ■ _ __ |j PPnr'H * I * i«piita&oa as & wgeof Lord Bacon, M&eatilay i to Jortane,*1 and Botwithstaadiag Ma dudiBg style, Ms varied erudition, it baa beat said of Mm that he was singularly forto-- nate~HM> much so as to be frequently caikd "Lock Tom." Knight's Hi«- siae was the mean* of bringing Ma- eaulay to the notice «f the Edinburgh Kcview, and alter Ms dissertation mi Milton, his ferae aa an essayist was established. I belieTO it was Earl Grey who first praised in literary cir- cles thaeloqaeoce, the danhiag style and the *pR>udi<l talents Macaofay was posseMed oC. Bat Buller, be it said to his honor, was a man of genius and letter* too. He wrote sowe splendid literary arti- cles, was li good critic, and his judg- Tbanmflntec foot Sre*e 4mm <rMM)0 Willin ■ wwS«...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 June 1866

-><(. in Written for the Sunday Telegraph.) Old Letters. Br ERNESTINE 8PONIIURST. ' • wkobaanot had them t Who has not read her own and other • people'a, and who has not loved them T How the candle has burned away! and my table is literally covered with papers of various colors, and in all forms and sices! But my escritoir baa a little side drawer, and in it I put away all of my fiivorite letters. Draw your chair very close to me, dear A3s?Wtljte ,tyre d this pack- age very loud—my voice always gets husky, and I feel as though soma strange spall bad bound me. You see these are mildewed and the folds much worn; many of the words art entirely obliterated. Their historical connection with living beings seems to be^tinot , .years ago they were accidentally fbund in an old dusty closet, and I have preserved them, for their very quaintness, until they seem to be a portion of myself. The life pictures are vividly distinct— they seem to have been addressed to some tender, loving girl,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 June 1866

ft, ISM. ■ J- : aubk LU H. KOHL. other part of « «t- iwtmi lsaam But the Omit and «Oter £ S8r£32t of uoie woMt than the Mr- rftt.Hsn.iaas It WA, a stnuwa SSfltlll^T **" ™ eera the brow of - pirite th** ri obacurc, as with a grey twilight the brightness of the moon. A ceatlo braex* passes over ^ • • the many little mounds, lifting up 7r™ - ^HbK back t>t mrtih am lugfeer and higher, with a stow, (steady movement —twining and weaving in and out and through each other until the/ form themselves into weird images of men aud beasts—all comingling in A a strange unearthly dance , in 1h« air. Sow from every * hutand mound bleached bones arise •ach iiBAJiiriiiig d I ; vast caravan appears. This is the Spirit CnraVna of the . Desert.—All who have perished in this vast wilder- fcr slain by the Bedouin's aad fed the eool air from > the green tree* •laves dismount to hold the lady's and i; hat the latter was to wait for that— ed from hie horse and out t pinnae at ooee into the boMM* masher...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 June 1866

bh. Ich lep! bail. Itail. ptail. opted a i bybup I i '■ I VL York IRTILUOVUIt RNBBmci. i 'AO [ ri; * £ J' * ; ^ ' rv The influences at wbrkinthephys- ical world, that appear to have cycles in creating or destroying the previous order; rending the solid . rib* «f the earth,. heaving up mountain chains, <y fubmergiug in the seas vast areas of the Btijface j in creating or destroying whole races of the inhabi- tants of ear planet, would appear to erationa of the intellectual world. Mind, .like ^natter, moves in surges. Great tidal waVes seem t6 rdll over th$ whole extent of oivilination. And no sooner has ailood period passed, than the ebb succeeds, and leave* bafejsfertlfetlats tn their rear; jieri- ods of Egyptiari darkness, on spaces where the flood tide of light has been most refulgent. :]" ;T , - ---r, History is full of the records; and he will write himself a philosopher, and benefactor ot his race, who shall show the law of movement, as we have demonstrated the tides of the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 June 1866

1 liMftiAii t *<* ,._JmKPr""'- pf >Hi<i inrf Hi Will WWWWfc eT&e of the >■* Aurora; Leigh,**1 in which she •track oat Irtoadly Into tl light.) by a strange «d pitiful ef- fort to be calm aud philosophical, to quail the meat, to stifle the soul's htmgefcfor forbidden fruit, to drtok, fa m-eonedOed 'despair, Che worn- wood and ashes iato which •douce ami modern discovery «i law hwve dunged the divine supernatural food upon which the jpoofc fed of old. Tiie end tome of than seek is time ex- Arnoldto a< ■m- MnUn Jiqgj'ttm, Tctm, June 4,1866. Lot it be noted that the complete satisfaction whioh the Christian reli- gion and philosophy brought to its converts from paganism and the He- brew ^j(b> and which continued through the middle age* and up to those times of increase of educated intellect, leisure, reflection, and in- vestigation, which we distinguish as modem, has passed away,1 A thous- and new ideas and dream*, conjec- tures an£ desires, hav^ppured in up- on us...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 June 1866

•erene and beautiful in death. All harshiwu uud tliaeonteut wus smoothed away, aud the fine features looked aa if chiseled from marble. For many days we must mln ou the street and lu the public places that strange and griuid old mau, with his abrupt muDDcrs and pleasantly broken English); bis vehement Wrath and childlike tenderness; hU hatred <rf all wrong, his passion for all right. Hie deserves well of this land. He loved America and Ametfoaus. He denounced indlvidtiiils; yet was ever true to the people, and hated only those who touched their liberties. It is well that the stormy heart has found rest.'* TELEGRAPHIC. John Scandrett Harford, author of several works, recently died iii tin- gland, aged 81. He is fluid to have been the-bero of Hannah MofeV "Ccelebs in Search of a Wife."—The text of "Bobiusau Crusoe" hits often been greatly mutilated, but tbeeeli- tors of the "Golden Treasury" series have Jnst restored it to the original.— "Guy Fawkes" is the t itle of a new Roman Ca...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 June 1866

in* I my ltom« 80 u tit em i ft p*rt of ift ftoeoinplialted, rapidly exftfl, pointing Iff sjet^sfT^, haa contracted to flniah the 1 T«xm, oaltema con- vey favorable The road la tin nuuiinf order to Mar- " ; of Angu t, and the f}EXBS8&SLsS& to return aad do Vy dnty Peter in ehri«teadom." ^ . i^ae agraed _ ^^sayggy.'a overflowed it basnkn, and defrayed SrS^SaS •rfmr the whok4 ^ iniig- Wat exception. U under water, mid the water to that part of the rirer, ttiU rking. For a diatance'of •hundred mile* from the mouth, the whole eouatry « flooded | bat an t part of the liver 0f toy great importance, buETIE- ile damage i> done. Higher up, that 1*, ufctil you get into the neighbor- hood of Compte, the oveifloW ta only assiife^ ss Aom Compte to Shreveport and above &e*e. is only an occaaionalplantation ^whieh ik not under water., ^nd jiyst *, one of *4 flne^lftonting e in the nationj in tooth, I y,. tiiat.it bo* no equal in point of fertility vf suit fu all the South. had on bo...

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