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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 October 1863

Cri-fflBdtlj ®tlegrajf| • TKIA* S. HL AM Mah..—The next mers«nicr will leave Ncrem- totr Mb. Carriers charge on all totter* to go beyond the M1*M**ippl. IS- Remit only Confederate money. Mo county *crln la current hero. tf. W. Adams will carry the null of Nov. ftth. ■ *■* mo TBB OLD CITIZENS 0 TEXAS—We de- X el re for the Iiui Series of Reader* well writ- ten articles < adapted to the oomprehenelon of ohil- Areo of ton years of age, upon the followl* aab- jecs, vli: The Mler Expedition ; the Grata Fight; Texaa Horae Marines-; The Santa Pe Kipeoitfon ; The Ilrat SetUement ef Texaa: The Firat Three Handred ; A brief Ipitome of the History of Tex- ee: Oen. Sam Houston, Dr. Anson J ohm, Judge Burnet, Sen 8. F. Aastln, Battle of San Jacinto, Battle of Velaaoo, Seene at Aeslln at Annexation, battle of Galveston, Battle of Sabine Paee, Battle of San Bernard, Capture of the Morning Light, Battle of Oorpaa Obriatl ; any of the various bat- Uea la the present war In whloh Texlana have been...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 October 1863

TRIWEEKLY TFT i VOL. XXIX—NO. 92 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1868. Pit. WHOLE NO. 3747. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. s. s. THURSDAY, Oct. 22. 7 A. M. OCt212t $50 neat Cypres* City, a dark bay horse about flUeen and a half hands high, one white hind foot Headquarters, District op Texas, ) New Mexico and Arizona, > Houston, Texas, Oct. 19,1863. ) ■Genmal Orders, No. 186. .. The attention of tb% Major General Commanding the District, having been called to the loose maimer lu which transfers of Oflloera and enlisted men have been made, the following rules In refeieoce thereto, are published for the lntormatlon of all concerned: 1. No transfer can be made Ironi one Department to another without the authority of the Secretary of War 111 No transfer oan be made from one District to another, without the authority of the Commanding Officer of tho Department. _ . III. No transfer can be made from one Division to another, or from one Sub-Dlstrlet to another, without theuuthoilty of the District C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 October 1863

Cbe CrMGBttMf Cdegrsy^ ■•VMT9N. TlXil B. X. CUIHUO. Idtar tad Proprietor. Amy Maii.-Tbe next BMunr will leave Ntvam- berMh. Oerrten ahart# ou alfletlerii to go beyond the MMsslppI, tL R*mU only Confederate money. 1 rcunt^y acrtp la currant bora. Adams will carry tba null of Nov. 5th. « THE LAW OF MAXIMUM." « Vlndex" appears la tba Ravi no tha advooate of the proposed law of Maximum. He eadeaYors to aasWer certain polnta made by na In an article o the subject. Bow wall he baa succeeded, kli readera muitjodge. The po nia ha mahea are * let. That the okjeet of tha law le not to make- Confederate money a legal tender at oertaln ratea for oertaln articles. Tha law aa we aaderstand It, propoees to fix a maximum price (whenea ita aame) for oertaln art tolas. If thle la not making It a legal tender for those artides, It Is a dlstlno- Uon without a difference, a splitting of hairs too flae for aenalble men to be engaged in. Wind ex deelares that such a ooarso would be unconstitu- tional, and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 October 1863

V THls TRIWEEKLY VOL. XXIX- HOUSTON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1863. WHOLE NO. 3748. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS LOST.—Oa the evening of the 20th Inst.. either on Mala, Galveston streets, or out Id the * country about three miles trom Main street, two Tiunk Keys, on an Iron ring In the shape of a h-art. Ihe finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving them at Mr. J. C. Culler's (tore, Main lit 11 out ion, Tex hi oc«3twkt. WAKEN UP—on Green's Bayou, at the Railroad X bridge, an iron gray horss, 15 hands nigh. Owner will call at Green's Bayou bridge, prove proper',, p*y charges and take him «way. oc.23tw2l* 3- A. PENTLAND, CJTRAYED or stolen from Camp Lnbbookon the © night of the 14tb inst.. a nay llorse, about 15* bauds high, branded with two letters, "8 crossed, star In tho forehead, one hiad foot white. Had on his neck when he left, a piece of ootlon rope. A liberal reward will be paid lor his delivery at the Omnibus Stables, Houston, or to ih« undersigned. oct23t S,* J. W. PHILLIPS, Co. A, 10th B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 October 1863

1 C|e Cri-MttWj ®e!egr^ ■OI7IT0N. TIJUI. x. a. cumva. wum «* fnvzmm. Amur Msn.—The next messenger will leave Nt vein - •r Mb. Carrier* chsrpe on atTlettere to o beyond • Mississippi, |S. Remit only Confederate money. ■ county serlp l ctirreut here. ML W. Adams will carry the mall of Nov. 8th. IIBH TBI VOICK OF HISTORY. The experience of the French with the Assig- naU la firoqusntly quoted, in refaranaa to tha de- preciation af Confederate Treasury Kotos. The ohm ara not parallel not by aay meana aa moah so as are ihe Confederate note* to the Russian «• tig nation i. Tbsse last were Issued In tha reign of Catharine II, 1770, to foralsh funds f6ru Turk- lah war. They fell to one-fourth their nominal ▼aloe, hat were (till ue4 aa the currency. Paul I, afterward threatened to hang the merchants be- aante they would not nee the currency at the gov. ernment atandard. Stringent ukaaes were leaned, hat to no purpose, and the ssslgnatlon ruble from 1787 down to leSO continued at about the aam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 October 1863

THE TRI-WEEKfcY TELEGRAPH VOL. XXIX—NO. 94 HOUSTON MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1863. NEW A1)V EKT18KMENT8. I 70K SALE FOR CONPgDERAT* MONEY,or exchange for Negroes, Stock or other desir- utile f.roperiy, 1800 aorta of valuable land on the Colortdo river, tenmllri above Wharton. En- quire of Jickson Itust, Wharton, Texas. Alio, a highly Improved place lu the town of M*ujtordn. Jii.quire of Sam flatter, Matagorda. ITTNewi please copy, and change N. L. Wil- Hi.ms. oct 26-tw3t JEW TEXAS SPELLER— Price (31 per do- son. Sent by mall, pott paid. R eapply al- IN ways on band, oct 20-tw2id:wlt JAMES BURKE, Houaton. ■ ^OR SALE—A small farm of 200 acrea In k. Walker county, 4 mile* to nth eatt of Hunte- villo,well wt. tared, plenty of timber and a largo variety of fru't trees. Price, three thousand dol I era. 1 will als.) sell a stnal' lot ot Block cattle an* farming utensils, with the place If deilred. 1'jr lurtber particulars, address K. Phillips, at lluntsvllle, VValker county* EXKCUTOR'S NOTICK- J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 October 1863

Cri-8®teMf Seltgrqij; H0VHT0IV. TIXAK. H. CUSHIWG. Editor ud Proprietor Annr Mail.—Tit# next wwsanger willleave Ncycro- ar 6Ui. OnriUr-t cbarg® on all letters to go beyond t MlR lMlppl, |S. Remit only Confederate monoy. rounly scrip Is current here. nm_ w. Adaius will carry the mail of Nov. th. THK BATTiiE OP NAM1KK PASS. It has been «omotlme aaid that we tare nude too much of the Sabine Paes fight, and that eny* be<fy else could have dor o as well If they only had a chanee, and aome have even gone ao fares to profess that iI m nobody was killed or wound- ed, It wm no great aflklr after all* W« begres- peotfully to differ with these people, and to itlll insist that in importance to Texas aawell a* the Confederacy, no on* baa yet began to publish a fall appreciation of that battle, while tha skill and daring that won It are worthy the grsateit praise we ctut bestow. ll IjfiUM^lrU that l«<l thee® brava forty add men to stand t? thilr colors. and face iho ovef whelming odds that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 October 1863

VOL. XXIX—NO. 95 THJb TRI-W WEDNEfJAY, OCTOBER 28, 1863. WHOLE NO. .875 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. LXjll SALK—A~very superior top bugKy. Apply to r JOHN COLLINS, Houston. oct 28—twit* pirry dollars JEWAKD.—Strayed or stolen from camp near Cypreis City on or about the iKth of September, a chestnut aorrol Movie, about 15 hands high, left hind foot white, one or two small near# on hl ueek, and branded, J 8 on the left shoulder, brand shows rather dim. The above reward will be paid for the deliver? of said horse to J. P. Smith at Cypress City, or to me at Chap- pell Hill, or for Information that will lead to his recovery. A. B. MENARD, lit Lieut. Capt. H. B. Andrews' Cavalry Company. I toct28tw3t Head Quarters, Waol's Lesion,) Hempstead, Oot. 23.1863. J General Order, No. 2. I. Th« officers and men of Wuul's Legion, pa- roled at Vicksburg and elsewhere, having been legally exchanged, they will report or November ibu 1st for daly at Hempstead, Texas. II. Owing to the scarcity of coo clog utensi...

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

fifc Cri-ffltwUt Ct ■tmiMiii S. E. .. ant mAVMurarwIU Hut Novam barMb.Carriers charge on aJlletieni to go beyond the Mississippi, $*. Remit only Confederate money Me county acrtp ifcnrreot be re. tOL W. Adams will carry the mall of Not. th. A NttH CeiMriptln. We believe tk* luportauce of a subject on which we have from time to tine dwelt a (real deal In the past eighteen months, Jastlftee. farther atten- tion to It at ttkla time, whep the session of oar BUM Legislature, M veil ae oI the 0 on free*, ia ao near at hand. "When we firstbegan to advocate negro cenaorlpUon, the anbjeet waa Car from pop- alar, and wo had math to do to eohvlnee (ho un- refieetlng that raoh a doetrlne waa not a'step to ward* abolitionism. Public lanttment ha* changed. a good daal alnoo then. We hare all along oon* aiitentljr nrged the oonsortptlon of a number of negroaa le do Us oamp drudgery and aa sappers and ■loon, at laaat sqaal to «aa'ln Are of oar ,. white troopa. Wo now lift maaj persona not only tell...

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

VOL.XXTX—NO. 96 T ill L HOUSTON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1863. WHOLE NO. #761 NEW ADVEHT18J5MEivTfi. REWARD—Stolen from my place, on Bray'e Bayou, on the Mth ta«t„ two horses. One a blaok, branded C &, with a rqutre •round It, the other a bay stallion, with a etar ta hlsfice, and one hind root white, branded tha •an*, bat ratbsr dim. I *111 pay tha above re- ward for tlx delivery of nti boraea to A Hueb- oar, Houston. - ' 0. KERMIKN. •• oot. 8Q-tw3t , _. . ' - "■ NQTICB TO MBHCHANTS.~Ybe undersigned has jus* received from th« Rto Grande, a very large assortment of Winter Dry Qooda, alao Boots ana Shoes, which we now offer for sale at reduced prtoaa, and at wholesale* only. GRBBNLEVB, BLOCK & CO'., eorner Bast of Green Btore, Houston, Texm. OOt3Q-twftt <£'1 HA RE WARD.—Ranaway from the plan- ®JLU\J tatlon of 3. A. Harvey, near Hemp- stoad, my Btnomo JIM. He Is about 2fl years old, tlx feat high, rather $ pare made, weighs about one hundred and forty pounds, and ta of a muddy co...

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

m % Cri-®aeehlj «tltgraVfe HOUSTON. TKXAI. k im* «p« TropriMW. on all uttooiy i ctrmt lart. will ownr tbe melt of Nov. eth. Win IMVI MlTMD' to go beyond • ruot.ey Iff?. F. P. ateato with you. Wo ahoold be «1«4 to comma M JACK HMIUitOM A U HIS FU«« The arrival of Jock Hamilton, In Neif Orleans, on a a f«nmtiit transport, gatiy decorated with flag*, and the *alutes that war* fired in bis ho nor, hoboing the U. ft. Military Oovernor of T««, ar* m«M h algnifloant of tbo Federal inten- tion to operate again upon T««. This U not lb* first attempt of hU to re-establish himself on Veins soli, ill it will be for the thousands of ear nest and dctormlaed men la trai Is the State to uy what wsloome abaU await him now. Whan Utile mere than a year ago an expedition was fit- ted o*t for Texas, mainly through hie arge^op* Ueltotlous, ha and hla fallow traitors regarded tbo day of thati triumph aa near and' oertiln. Gal- veston was in a measure captured and the Yaukee flag raised over the goetom Hou...

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Auotion Sale, BY NMITH & MATTHEWS. WK shsll sell on Thursday, November 5th, at our Sales' Koum, Wilson's Block. Congress Direct, at 9 o'clock, a. in., 28 Cases, 1 hhd. Hard- ware, 10 Canes Window Glass, 12 Regs "White Lead, 9 Cases School and Miscellaneous Books, comprising about 2,U«0 volumes. Also, at i2 o'clook, Horses, Mules, Carriages, Negroes, Cases Prints, Bleached Domestic, Hogs- heads snd .Barrels sugar. .At o o'clock, Fauoy Goods, Jewelry, .Sewing Machines, etc., ate. aov2tw2t. It. K. SMITH, Aootloneer. rriu TIIE OLD CITIZENS OF TEXA8—Wede- JL sire for the Texas Series of Readers well writ- ten artioles, adapted to the comprehension of chil- dren of ten years of age, upon the following sub- jeoa, viz: Tho Mler Expedition ; the Grass Fight; Texas Horse Marines ; Tbe fianta Fe Expedition ; The First Settloimnt « " Tcx*j: The First Throe llurdred ;A brief Bpltotne ol* the History of Tex- as ; Gen. Sam Houston, l!«r. Anson Jones,' Judfi Burnet, Gen. H. ...

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

im*m ') 4f § Cri-ffiWHj Ctlqrapfe H0DIT0N. VMAI. . X. W. cum—. wmwcub. Wt bear a good 4nl J tut cow, nptetilly from our neighboring SUU, LouUtana, a boat making Confed* rata Treasury Notes a legal tender tor the payment ot Petitions an to circulation calling upon Con- i to enact a law to this purpose. We regard the In neither concdted to frlsdom nor war- rasUft by experience. If tboie who urge It woold Ml* the paassge of a law compelling all debtors to pair their creditor* one-fourth, one fifth or one-tentb, as the case might be, of their clslms, and hand the balance over to the Government, we could see some gain the floxernment weald derive from suoh a mea- sure, hat to enact a law that dobtors shall pay tenj twenty or twantytAve centa on the dollar In ful caneellattou of their debte, Is simply enacting aunt ▼eraal bankrupt law, when the condition of the debton of the community by no means calls for It. The ostensible purpose of those who are moving In the matter Is the benefit of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 November 1863

THIS TRI-WEEK P t'0> < ' xjSL&GRAPK. VOL. xxrx—NO. 98 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1863. WHOLE NO. 3763 -X THE FINANCES. For the Telegraph. (coxclumd.) It has alao baas suggested that that aonae of natural justice which eontrola intercourse be- tween man and man should be rospsoted by Gov- ernments ln'regnlatlng.their lnteroourae with for- eign governmentsjand their citlaens, and that we are doing aldenee to that senae of jaitlce when we make the cltisens of foreign nations pay oar do- mestio dsbt. Now, while I recognise the eorreot- nees of the principle, I deny the alleged violation of it in this instance. Every man producing more than he oonsnmes, offers his surplus produce fir ssl-i, upon such terms aa will remunerate him, after making allowance for every itom of expense Incurred in auoh production, so every Govern- ment, constituting Itself one of the family of Governments, and devoting itself, as is the case with our Government, to the production of some one or mor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 November 1863

% Cri4KKttM{ Ctltgnqf]; nODRTON. TE*4«. & a. By Ihe hhreveport Express* NTMis" aa« "Htitaia" A|«ta. la tbe bit News Vlndex make* another effort to meet oar objection* to bit pot bobby, the Uw of niTlwrnn. bat doe* sot, u we can mo. Add weight to hla former effort. Bo tnt attempt a to abow the dlattnction between • law makltyr too treasury note* a legal Under for certain article* at certain rate*, and one making tbrnn ■mature of value for tboeo article* at the aame rate, •n4 lllnatratee by aaylng that death by malice or b? •oddest la the aame, though In the one caae the act la Innocent and In the other Hlamnrder. We.per- bape, ought to regret the want of •ufllclent acumen to dlaoovar the applloatlon. Wo can see It I* all one to tho victim, whether bo waa ahot on pnrpoae or by We can alto nnd<r*tand that If the acd* dent waa pretended, there I* aa ranch murder in the dead a* thongb It waa openly doae. 80 we can nr domtaad that If a law la propoacd with the design of breaking th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 November 1863

\ TRI-WEEKLI L VOL. XXIX—NO. 99 i HOUSTON FRID* NOVEMBER 6, 1863. WHOLE NO. 3754 <1 . NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. VALUABLE NEGROES! —AT— AUCTION AND PRIVATE SALE! ON"TUE8I>AY, 24th Inet. ►3xr t BY a*, s. <49 «r. 3. sydnoxTy On Tuesday. Nut. 24th, 1863, FOR TY LIKS.L T YOUJfO JrEQROES, consisting of Msehanlos, Field Hand*, Home Servant* and Stock Boy*; the detail* and particular* of whioh will be explained by catalogue previously to the aale. In the mean, time, we offer at private aale a moat valuable fam- ily of negroes, NINE In number, a* follow* : Harrison. 45 years old, Bosette, 40 " " Ellen, 21 " " with Infant 0 mos.old, Wyatt, 16 " •• Angeline, 14 44 " Delllla, 11 •* •• Ada, 8 «• •' Agnes, 6 '• " Thl* entire family wa ire deslrons, In conse quenoe of their extraordinary qualities, to sell together, and offer them for t24 000 00 in Oonfed' erate money, #r 123,000 00; in eight pecyeent bonds, we also offer at private aale, Mary, cook, washer and ironer, and exoels in all, for $4...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 November 1863

V* t' 7 -r V- ' UR& ¥ m n. k *4 .* r s ) "T V- f 'v, > ®{ t ®ri-®9ttMi Celtgrspl ■•VTSTOIf* TIXAR. K. H. ounxn, Idltar tai Fnptotar. . Abut Mail.—The oast meseenser will leave Nov«n- b«r 19th.. Carriers chare* on mil letters to go beyond the Mississippi. St. Remit only ConfcdsraTe money. No coaaty eortp lecarreot here. _ • . Baelose letters to Tslsgrsph office, endorsing ea outside envelope, "Army Mall." 0. B. Post- age wut la all own bo prepaid by 0.8. postage ium. LeoeJ atamie will not do< Aim to fel your wtton la two or three days before the day oi departure. ■oiers'a Brlaade |a the Battle ef Chlchaiunuga. Tew If any troop* In tb« Confederate army have a more envla- Kctor'a Brigade. It la compoeed of the Mb regi' OOB CAUM AND CLHRKNCT. We had occasion the other day In dsprscetlng the afforta of the legal tender schemers toaay, tbat tbe oanae of the Confederacy doea not depend on tbe val- ue of the TreMarynotee to that material extent tbi mthelr value U destroyed the can...

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

—t .THL TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH S * VOL. XXIX—NO. 100 HOUSTON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1863. WHOLE NO. 3755 EY PONY EXPRESS. OL'tt 8PKOIAL OIHPATCltRM. V Tale graphed from Beaumont. YET ANOTHER VICTORY! 609 PRISONERS (APT IKK I). [OFFICIAL] Alexandria, Not. 6 -Oa the 2d Inst. the enemy withdrew from Onelousas, Col. Mejorwltn his brigsde skirmishing with bim briskly all day and delaying bis movements. . .. ... Lawrln ho day Gen* Green joined him with Green's Brigade, commanded by the heroic and dialling Col. Bagby and ibree regiments infantry, with astction of the Val Vorde Battery. Ou the following morning the enemy's rear guard wan oncamped ou the Bayou Bordeaux, 7 miles below Opelousas, when Gen. Greeo attack* •U them with hi* usual energy, capturing one V Psrrott gun, iheir camp with all its contents. aivl over nix hundred prisoners, including two Col- onels, oue Lieut. Colonel, tep Captaina and sev- enteen lieutenants. The erumy's >orce engaged was Washburn's division, of the 13thcoip...

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

.* '/ • oca O. B. rl TUIOI4l AM* "TOBD THB UHITB Of TBI mvc. X aalU4 the attention of the last Legislature to the fact, la the C. 8. ProvMonl • m*}or<tJ ofo«r ottlaens wirt 8. Provisional mrmy beyond Ik* limits of the Bute. Bloc* tbit time, addi- tional IhoMandskave tekto tbe field, reducing oor voting popuUtlon I*aboutone-third of 1Unsoalnumber. III*uo- fees to4lsgalse the fact that a *At majority of our laost pa- triotic and substantial eltlxens aro In that arrlM. They f •aim dlenee to the call of patriotism and the mandate of lk« laws, and cannot return at their own volition. These ottlaens feovo left behind their families and proparty. and are deeply Interested la tbo proper management of affairs In tbolr State. Absent aa tbi/ aro In the service of their conn trr, appears to aie they should bo permitted to exercise* voice In tbo eondoet of alhlrs at bono. I trust poor Honorable Body will, under proper regulations and restrisUoM.pt** sacb a lav aa will lira to those of our otU...

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

W h THfe TRI EEKLY TELEGRAPH VOL. "XXIX—NO. 100 HOUSTON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1863. WHOLE NO. 3755 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Auction sale by j. s. & j. b. sydnor, on Tuesday, the lothlnst., at 10 a. M.. a large stock and large lots of assorted Merchandise, em- bracing life eases Print! and all other descrip- tion* of SUplo and Fanry Pond*, nor 10-twMg Auction sale, by j s. & j. b. sydnor, on Thursday, the 12th inst., at 10 a. m., the en- tire stock of CulBiell& Co.. at their (tore, adjoin- ing the Rusk Home, consisting of assorted mer- chandise, and every imaginable description of goods. nov 10-twtds Auction balk, by j s. fc j, b. sydnor, on Tuesday, the 17th init.. at 10 a. m.,35 likely negroes, and the usual variety of assorted mer- chandise, horses, mules, dto. The negroes are represented as a very choice lo', mostly field hands, sod some bouse servants. [nov 10-twtds Administrators notick.—ai the se^um ber Term of the Probate Court, for McLennan county, letters of Administr...

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