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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 June 1866

■wee •a % ■M If ■te HOTELS. BOAHDING. First'Class Boarding Blouse. liy HUBBARD * DOYLE, FmiIi Street, Between Preston and Prairie, HODSTOK, TBXAB. glUIti mod.rmt.. mayWdtwtw* ~ MRS. W. A. MOR8E, Private Boarding, Corner Copilot and Louirtana SlretU, Hotuton, Tacat. OOD FARE AND CLEAN BOOMS. GBNTLE- U MEN accommodated witu the beit the market affords. Room. to let, apply immediately. maajMdtwtw) i V.] "OUR HOUSE," ILRKrov 4b ItuKLIT, Frtpry CONGRESS STREET, HOUSTON, TEXAS. FIKHT C1AB8BKSTAUUANT ■ „ . ft" -— CONFECTI9HEBV, TABLE SUPPLIED WITH ALL THE LUXURIE8 of the Mason, Walter* atteatire; meala at all boon. Ice Cream, Sherbets, Soda Water and other refreshment. served in the moat approved style. Par- ty Happen and Spool al Dinner* supplied in the best style on short notioe. Our Saloon has just been re- fitted and re-furnlahed. Call and see lis. dtw-3w. 5ANNIN HOUSE J. XX. MURRAY. rilHIN 1IOOSK IS RBADY TO ACCOMMODATE JL in tlio best style the traveling pubUo, and the proprietor wil...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 June 1866

Isfci? j Episcopal Church 135,000 of which if to 1 to th i mm m*ot eluing- g dur- Spark," in de- of the curat®, Hpif'i passed the OMfHWtot Benao hr large major- ity, wearing entire freedom of wor- •hipand Uberty of eomwienoe to all - lUBrumxt of Walos has consented vto.- ty the foundaidoa stone of the British and Foeeigo Bible piety's The voriona Protestant denomina- tors are everywhere earnestly en- i, tn mUelcmsin Ireland. Consul Cameron and the two English Sirie^whahaw Lap prisoners by the Emperor Ahysstnte. and sabjeleted to every indignity and suffering, have at last ' , the Sculptor, was a be- liever l the doctrines ot Rwedenborg, sad Hiram Powers not long ago ,1|flro?red himself to be oue also. Iti a * letter which he wrote in reply to at f to prodnce a statue,of the I S wede, this passage oc- moot of the editorial laborers on the Herald are papists, and that, notwith- standing its occasional joke about the editors own Church, (the Popish,) it really ntprweaU thai Church, and...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 June 1866

lea llin lud tua Its Writ** BT TOL. Bete. CHA1*TM PIKBT. " ••* • ;:«xx , '• W-V • ' - Mjr MijiiMMIIlW'" "Don't you tell the boys wbich my Itawegon®, Emmai" Bald a hoy- " ~ 1 of-thirteen summers, aa sd out of the door of an old hewed-log build Lynn presented a very strik- ing model of a Texan, as alio half- skippingly walked aeroaa the lawn into the wooda beyond. Her liair, neither curled, twisted, nor braided, fantastically about her J, and her sua browned features, lighted by the red beams of tho aaaaat-ekwdN oajireaaed fthe irt-^ most contempt for the "arts of beantjsy- *"u * The patli ahe took was lonely, and save the retreating steps of a startled hare, entirely undisturbed. From the woods alie passed into an old field, which presented a most painful scene of desolation and dilapidation. Piles of rotten rails lay here and there in wild confuaion. Crows and night owls percned upon the rough limbs of dead trees, and far in the distance the whippowilsang bis vespertine lay ot " Dic...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 June 1866

|e ausampineiit, sod Hated track toward [tto right, to tb« left, Itfee gear stretched that |'<TkA Qtm AmSemi ■ a few hundred yard^ IHw Arkaaaaa River cat ita ■Ute lerelHH Mm I 11 1 on eaat tol its mountain waton into the i "i*i (Vt)l irwSdbflWws nal and ban hia vhmd ia his brain. He aprang forward quick aa thought, bat alaajiut aa he had uplifted hia tomahawk to atiika the deadly Mow, loowmmmm. gates, hkpoaytiipped hia foot intoa prairie , rit- . iron t of the enraged 1 touched th< hole, and waa precipitated, to-, r with hia ridar, upon the earth brute. the " ■OOTt •HOKti BROCANI ■P II raatntoa, without one tree or even . the aceno; the , only disturbed by the im- harda of bbflUo grazing in ev- ery direction, and the innumerable MMBbttea of prairie dew mound* ^^fctted the surface «^the earth bid fiir to pass as usual, by mi occasional shot at herd ef buffalo, or in ex- r skill in shooting the prai- owla, aa they aat eying «• from their seats upon the mounds. Soddenly acme one ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 June 1866

IT* itfi - |THE : CITY, Lty good eaample of the ingratitude of [. occurred in our «itr, to U* actloa ot iovcrnineut towards gar fsliowcltliea, ., who has bw holding the PO i- _orof Internal Revenue for the lastsev- IIb confluence of his not belt* able to \ oath, whloh was required of him only he has boea refused U eompeflMr ice*, br aspecial order, as wo under- , the Treasury Department Ho hM JT tad laboriously tar the Govera- . t honMBd dollars having boon ooUeo- [7,,,,—-«• ul yet he is allowed not* tough, that MA Uwrmm to OMM. mliwil and the eftee to BOW vaoant, > filled br mm more fertanal ' Uaibiu Perfect quiet hM been the distinguishing feature on ""Chango" to-day. The decline of Gold Is Mew York does not won to hove exerolsed aaj Influence upon market of this city. The toot to that there to eo little ourrenoy that to saed far speculative ud other pnrpoeet, exoegt far pungent of Usee, that one or two en oaa easily boy it op Md oontrol the rmtea. Both lag bata big seam Ukf th...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 June 1866

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 June 1866

await awn—1 ' *1B " ¥? irf 'Hmi l •' >.«i ... anitMU • ■■ «*• .'"•WW ;r. ml H!f kfil) 133810 i 4 I*f .Utu • v;—77 v~*.—H VOL. XXXII—NO. ST. ■uv'-nm-- i \ t .; i. rtfV! V ><> uifc.;. iH : Wl'lf'- i ll. J« 'I >;'1i.'• ii)" " .ftlrv • • .y>TJ ,'w"*-- ...TV '*• * .•A IH< # >. ' " Houstoii, Texas, mondav, june n, is66.—trim*b sheet. "" '■ «*i wwAkIBhiik- : ''■ ' •! ■' h'ofei'.V 1.1 .^t)" ".hUHty U.J I .. ■' ■■ t; ...... , ^i^Sm " . * Trrrr ■' t* W ¥f .<*>' 0 «| J T ii,/, W <4£$ reduction in price 8.4. Mffiltt * CO, V /. n' 1 auqtxqn ''J. I i. ARD kr B* TEUffllfH. THE VEHRY LATEST i ,#>*!**' f* .m -• ■ ' ' -* ' ANOTHER ASe^ OF CHOLERA YORK. IN COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREET. :ou«ton, Texas. will make liberal advances OH ALL KINDS or MBROBANXXESB. AUCTION SALES KVKRV TUESDAY and THURSDAY Commencing at 10 o'clock, A. 11. I> ■•.•!-lt\V| y.i'jrro/ PBRUir LKAPBH FENIANS RETURN^ HQME4 REPORT WB*™*"* OK LACE MANTLES! .1 i , ■ n :>)'•= m aiTTsiuxsrtt. •...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 June 1866

ASwar CfciJiy or N, jrtraE 9. ah i «■«' AiW VMVMRKTM. \ att -HWiMtl win hi in. kainp^HIKOf WTOWi.* j.% «fc ?1KI 4uuite "My*" br "F- 0. S." The other article* w* " How Great Britain Reward* Men of Science awl Mecbssi- eal Qeuiua," "General WWi nd- lim." '"flW Maok tsm," "Tke Orwuseotal flowering tree*, ihrnb*. and.creeper*of North Carolina" by tod Broadaore, tod «*vto lo- re siscerolr jImm tbat tiiis if- rine will notfail «f i<coelri*g examin-i At ion and patrMsage, bet-aune it enters the field ttohin4 pthefr candidate*. It appeal# especially to tbe ajrmpathie* of jj^e brave hoy* who fought with Geaedd jtttT for the " lost' cause," b6ut it*ginning, helpful, manly spirifc, * hind of home twmine**, Which eznioentty eowmends it id the domestic circle. J™"* ing to gather upan<| embalm teaching memorials of/thejijwt, it grapples ..with present AieceBMtit**, and point* to future prosperity. irwill do our people good to i^ad it. 11 tone and general excellence is but another proef that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 June 1866

JE81 )N, li i:t. | t r-ir fhe_ Ticket support { l v th* | w. tho 1 i part |1 l>p sup. It com- jli visions |t ''Mly '•rvative 'State, ■lop, |)S. \VM. Iho lMouduj USA H. JP'iprenie lAcwtd- >CIIA8. [|ate for pourt, oa DON- Puprera* GOLD, ■idate for Hnprlnliur • U^irria, I LRWI8 J&ndldate ■hn eniitt- II.tw* r Irhrop- ■date for lotion in it. hah 1 Judicia f. f. at- ■etrict. . Grime* IfWenth IWalkpr, It. *t the | dtw Aln J AS la candi* II. WAL- Ir Attor- pnday in I ROE J, Be Treas- t. HAM- the elec- ■ District [•nd and ■ntv, Is a Id of the in the IN RAN- Inrrsent |ilk*r, in B?KRKL , Har- | it tlio June N. P. ntieaof f 1 |td and f J . JOHN I county dtw N. M. 8. hi Jen of of tne fETT to for I DIR- >rado. Fort hfiTZ. Third td* UEL re nth. .AW aUv tlc next. DBA le n N R. arris JOKD" OOI.K "% WJY eotor /ITH- j |tor of 9 D. C it triej .Tan & Court intrlot ILINO oa of ago all Letter frm salie." >p«i l <.'urre poudo«o« Utiijr Tc!«,r ,h. Hot Si'iuwo*, Arkansas, ( May 2G, 186...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 June 1866

•555** •ttbsjp DftQy or kit clings ud vigdi about the®; In vais he sucks from tbcm «H tbasym pathy, the affecttoa, the cheering and supporting asnttaevte, and the genial good feeling which their natures af- "«• He misses eomething, be km ■ot wbafr —d in wwitljf gctspoctlcal- lymorMdovar thebollowDCss of this life and saw-4oaty character of ngs In general. Be joins in th sentimental platitude* afloat every- whewAootOMlMMira longings aad lei diaappointeMnt*, and in those momenta, which, to use a vary ex- pressive, though a dang term, may hadwwwniaa )4"w>/>> he ay—- Jty 11. 1800. MUfC0l." §£ peoplelead M often seemed to us to resemble that of *be polypi. They live together in an ^in a per- m it, so com - re of all their , ideas, awl volitions; 1hat it ia a marvel how they preserve any dlsti|ct sense of personality from to tfav. Yheto seems not to be bybftbit^ ipwyiion, i-yoojrself-at-home con- other. They ij^d out hnd about each with the Lair of privilege, Wind. They themselve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 June 1866

m 9<mm* i nation and that of tlie young ltwlit'# of the juuior classes, rumiuigthrough several days, were coiupreLeusivu and thorough; they evinced accurate acquaintance with their hooks and an oxoellent discipline of their intellec- tual powera. The pieces read by the members of the graduating class as part of the exercises of commence- ment 'day, exhibited a thoughtftalness and a grasp of understanding which would have done credit to th« mature intellect of the other sex, set off with the gracefulness of style which seems the more special gift of woman- Where all was of so high excellence, it would be invidious to mention in- divfflu^r^^^Tu^our'^opir-' ion, no lady's name except as an authoress,""sEouId" ever appear even in initials in a newspaper. For this reason we can only allude iu general terms, to an exquisite recita- tion by a member of the junior class. The very graceful, refined manners that cliaracterized the bearing of nil the young ladies, as well ns their ac- compl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 June 1866

Miscellaneous. I SPECIAL NOTICC ! gUUHMpP1". A .v •<< - bechui IKOH MUSI at Judge DovinaV A L LI M a Devia will swfItfiitj,aml M of theStatc to aap- • time the tbe niiiiifiiaHyn wT himUt the •*fcr4sss «* the Galveston call for a roptjr from .«B, as tt oenlam# wr«l misstate- ment*. As before said, the Herald did not nominate Jodge Dkvike; it m«m> whu brought ior- wmSlbf other r this it didin obe- diei.ee to the very general desire of i*aeebSnon the field- 1 j?d«* to , be would serve, i Define *tha nomination when tbe tkk*t wm "flrwt made," he informs utbat tbia statement ia mm to him, as it certainly was to m. Ho, that ia not the way thi g8*re done at Austin. They recognize tb* Colorado aa the Westers boundary of Texas, so fiur as the "loaweamid fishes" of offlce are *1^ ■ ^ ^ vtta stated by the ■ was without ' that If the Judge's name i the ticket in filling np IN T9*A*U (IIMKIPil ttm ' i«V ' 4? v ^ ■ REIOHMAN >4 ;i ■racxrH If OJE STREET CO] ' T^TT'Aiyi h - Cwawtfihta, S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 June 1866

■n i* ;r.*r- V ' V J - •- H I n . « . R . i. •' • ; "S- S-V •f THE i CITY. — Qmite • onadtarahl* qaaatlty of potto* iu bioofhtlato the city yesterday on wagons Inn by -osaa. It >inii oa lo tko Baytm where It was dsmpsd -oat, tabathiwwa im the host* — TmMit tm a doll tar amoaf polloemea MtfifeftlbMte. Hw Hoaor bad hit aaa ease MM kla,—tkat of* nefro, who had be*a commit- tlag • Httj theft. Time* were utnatlr tall la •nqrni|Mt !\ I — Te*t*rdaymoral«#t weather wa***trem*ly hot; afternoon it wa* oooler, being tempered with ' brlik breeae*; at algkt it *u dallfhtftil, M tha alfht* la t*i* latitats f*a*r ally aaa. Take anr °*r " «•• • qultee*, (MM of WfcOM are half « Uf a* hlll-*at* with bill* a* Itur M hoca, aad affietiM mttarly ■atteble, aad we woald (take oar alfhta acabtytf the** thatiettte o tha plain* of Pwadlae. Subtract other aattaaee, alat, aad tha parall(**ro«ld be com- plete. Baring the illeat midnight hav* "at horde* of knacijr tea* do (talk abroad, lavadla*- every loealtty...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 June 1866

toe lint. Hp irepMl* for Mr ooifM al> Improvement fraaftesMrt rate, In that mvk t- Tbe ahlpaneataf ti f t*l e4rgq aof oottuatoNew YorkU the mom fralure <rf eouoa muvem.au In UrerpMi. • .' OurlatoUigwoe from Hew York ia lo tke Rlh. Cat. las bo. advanoed lo *O<0 from pfertaM adTloes of 31&W. Thisadvance lfreflly t>« Utile in fold," tl deprsclatloa4aeu«aao}>, lsaboefrlnifce sane common Tfxml shingles. cvpra MM; buk,*4« < . Tbr marVet Is well imp part. di)i. i.": '■ Btearboaale is aold at Kg7c. ia 'joxm, and 3^{®fc< w ■ by the kef. The market i. well supplied. witl a brisk latoil ■tr~-ri yi. STABCH ,s.:l , • • «&&&&&&& * •"« «u'h,*v ■OAP. «_ii° i "** .<POTpm* u liave beel S5.!S-WSK3! "Totoe*01 Col,"u ,■ ,#lvt^r,:iDv.. i. .->wvi ' AIUm The inq BCTTKB. iMkWMk, kMrated dull. extreme raU-p I lo sanely. la ■ additiou to the Urge rUer the iiea*Mi ire lftTj nod iucrenaiug lr« w« would uot prod«4i*a*ye*tte«at 411, •*'* Mfcet any mouut w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 June 1866

Written fur iLe Suudar Tidegeeilb. >' '<• The Priucetis Murguuu ; L < Muuic Inland 'of tlie Ue «il. TanilateUJrom the utrmmn if Hmcklmenier. MY ACREUA. U. MOHL. I the oacis is lifted by some nri|eeu but I nighty jtower lrom the eurth, ami tiuats upward and onward uutil itap- ,ra suspended, M it were, over the izou —the same Fata Morgaua ') \ [Concluded.] Youth, however, does not easily die of love when Hope in by,* and when does this sweet spirit forsake Youth f So Suladin recovered from his death-, like bwoou, ana timidly opened nis eyes. Oh joy! She was bending over him, gazing tenderly and anx- iously into his face. Gentle pity softened the ardent rays ofhpr lus- trotf!" eyes, and aa^rtvclookwiato'tW youth's glowing eyes, a soft, Iiuhihii light—the light ot love—c^me steal- ing slowly into Tier facei'transfSfferng and liai inouiziug it A sweet sf use ot peace crept%ito Saladin's heuff, and lie no longer surt'er'ed thut agony, so sweet vet so fatal, which the first sight ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 June 1866

S&SiSS y 9iu^rb«r nocblBp Germ** J«« nrfialAr.y from H'MWtfe. . Th« cWWre* are regvUrir inatnic- io tfce Hebrew leegea^e. Kearljr all the Jews iMrt it pretty flaeatly, the Jew* coatinm **m IwCri^ r Satlkdat, Jne 2d, 18h6. Mettr$. Editor*: , *r. *yfe- TxuBtbaa. '■' * m^P'^rc^sa r. I will take it for granted that AUCTIONEERS. SPECIAL NOTICE! M. REICHMAN &CO- lore to be em been pereeca- in their favor, persecution* fbuaitr-" fiWbkma. With the deeeriptiou ■ nl it, III - , the head—which i« do Jly the moet important porysnaf Wped* and to which the-l a je.divineP i« attached -what aay yon to my describing the covering or rather gortiop of the c variably of a] .''C rere ia- niary character, aa v not ad- ehristian to possess sUtioafc rthey i in anr > allowed itioal >tu>« which thu — , if aajtnaairea* _ mnets and hata then I will firA treat Hate I don't like, they wmi* me entirely too much of thoae stront- ium deS yankee girls, who elappinir one defiantly oa the top of her b...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 June 1866

u1* .T7.T f ;OTJ'w •-• ' ; JLSCi «*> IS >jf1o(&L'0 •$£ ,*iSb I''^*'0Rfi,3iawMifc*e* *■ *"■--V^ ■ JfSiflKU ■VKttWt'-, «•* .UMHh'AM *J J*l -.; T'-HMfTtfUtriUlT FT 9, wX'tt'Ty/r. ./■. & '*$$ cnsstft .2tMt)ww(' ": , IHU'V Letter frMiWi i unmn r , Washi&GTOV, D„C. May 22, 'fie. , JRf. Telegraph: —The unexpected arrival' in New York, so far as the people at- Urge are concerned, of Gen. Santa AuuJk, has created a slight sensation aiu-JBgat, those who feel an interest in JdLexican rfaipn «o matter #6eUur 3^ are inclinedto the views ^ ti^iber^l pe Ixnpedi-party- The naWapapeccondactor^ail waging the asaat of this little •vant, and day uf- «£ (hjus little eyapt, sy impose on their, wtff rs long t either denouncing 8ttnta An- i pi traitor to the liberal cause piaiae him J>J8| " K^:ts Maximilian, or measure for the evidence he has recently giveu of pa- aofl of devotion to the cause jdf nyblirtlisni) in Mexico. This evidence in rapport of the patriotism of tbe te'PxwSaak t, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 June 1866

WHOIESUE 110 RCfML DEALERS IN NOTIONS, MAIN STREET, HOUSTON. fcw mn n <ttti TV* ■' *- "t "T-1—r'-^ *•** T~*-tL- *—• i nUliylUIUMTIITi. xmg/amT-lS. :i; (nr* TSI7MC8, VflU4 W *i*«. ;S:uJ' r.'. <■ thla nufctlu well u tlx imtitl rartotr of Mi FAKS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, WORK-BOXES, WRITING DESKS, CUTLERY ,¥" ' :f', xny MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. TRIMMINGS, kiklLCdUhxl ... ' . AK BTIIVTHINO IN r TSUB " NtTKN HUB ! 0*11 and Us! t, V M a taw toore a bore OSOROS * DAVIDSON'S DRUG STOkB Mala Stmt. Uowtoa. ___________ . . apl*-dtwtf KttCfllNTS, LOOK TO.-TOMB INTERESTS! r & T O A VST. gr HOLE g> A L,E NOT 1 ON HOUSE : 1". 4" iir Huston.; . RI:® ®BMK^Po?I^iiF9RLS«^j,E, 11 s . Corner of Main and Franklin Streets. in Store of Johu C. Cotter, Snp copftiiBtly on hand, in quantities to suit Co oh try Merchants, a fall *upply of all . arricl*e.bel«m«ing to the NOTION AND/ANCY GOODS LINE BRAIDS.' KM BROIDERIES. TRIMMINGS. RIBBONS. BCTTOSS, BELTS, HOSIBRT. LACES, GLOVES, TABLB C'l'lL 'IVY. POCKLTCU...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 June 1866

I & J-SBWMT.S -"fa. w.c liifiimfi, mcxi tff CROCERI C0MKI8SI0N LASTS, Houston, Texas. FmimnnwHi ■OLE AGESST yPAnc mm iii %J£& ' WINTER'S y ■ ' '■ J 7 - CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, PORTABLE ENGINES _ ' • # AND pjKi I Tabular Boilers, 'rsA-" ALL OTHER SORTS Of DGKIS UI BOILERS.OP ANT DESCRIPTION. Plaaiag Machines. Brick laridm, •■fj :n SAW GUMMERS, w y* £33$! PULLEYS, EEAFIISB BKLTDTG - AjLSO, SOU AGENTS FOB THE STATE OF TEXAS, FOR DR. SCHILLBERG'S : CELEBRATED • -GERMAN OINTMENT, om GREAT GERMAN CURE an 6m ni Skim Diseases! —— * Ah EHSCEPASSED AND net ee failing TOMOBOC5 * CANCEROUS DISORDERS. -• • ri « SCROFULA. OLD WOUXD6. SOU LE6A ,v?. • IUf BHEUM. EINGWOEM TETTER, rrea CUTS. RCRE* • i" !'ru- SOLE AGENTS TOR THE STATE • FOR Pi DR. SCHILLBERG'S Hi/ •: -v *t. CELEBRATED f^JE CETABLE PILLS, aa !§#>?** ' 1 AOESTI FOR THE STATE OT foggajts FJp.a ,**r >* PATENT ^ h? r, - ■ • . '.v 1' .1 ; For «t Hr . ' SXS8LEK At Ca L*4i s>w iter i |« Vf V. ' J.T.4W1LBBADT, , Strand. GWrwtoa. C...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 June 1866

B^more tkafe ten who wer® forced HOUSTON, JUNE 10,1860. mTMa. ' It to raeutloii&d al n intore tlHg feet* tfcat at the Fimfe Presbyterian Dr. Duflteld iUM Um pulpit lit the liioriiingj JU aiiul litolgraml im. Eer. , - Swam* DofitoM, in Ota evening. The new edifiee ftJr the Flr*t Bap- UM>€Krireh ooet, with it* fixture*, aboht 1200,000. tl e #er, nastou vt receirt dedication the •urn of 150,000 was needed tti pf&.yfi Z&TVhXL An .p^ww^de,^' ud%6 lid "SuSum to Bi ce the return of peace. Tlfcloolu like practical reconstruction. * ' mjj ft U-4Nb mated, on reliable •«#*£ ity, that the Preabyterian cburch and copgwuoaat OalfMta^jive their iK5wF*F",*W5i dollar* per annum in" ' ahoiri. ■'of church acoomtno- * t Proteatant porti<M /wf^ eoimnunity, aapedally m The Herald proataeain ftta next num- ber to'giye aaketch of hia life. The farmers are gathering the Wheat cropa iu Dallas, which ~Jj{crald represent#, in spite vf alj draw- wd dollars per year.' <eK parsonage, r one th...

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