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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 September 1865

The JOitv. The Autnmn fifhU opened quite itedly on Sunday. The actors greatly inguished themselves, and both received urning eyes. One of the parties was a of Neptune, and put oat at the close of combat. He will return' in a day or "o, and the City Treasury will then prob- (ly receive a contribution. The city sexton reports six inter- nts in the cemeteries within the past days. Two of these were negro chil- ,n. One was Mr. Russell, who was lied, and two others who were brought ire in a destitute condition from the >untry, and who died shortly after their rival. The other was a child belonging one ef our citiiens. The notorious John O'Brien, and e Mexican named John Powers, have iknowledged their guilt in murdering the Id man Russell. We saw one of the wea- ns used by the murderers, yesterday, at ,e office of the Provost Marshal. It is a __ckory club, about thirty inches long, and veighs about ten pounds. O'Brien dealt ,he blows which caused Russell's death.— These miscreants are ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 September 1865

if If tki ▼totwjr. Jgjgj eanctna ■lowly writing, from the reser- Bhrl/siH votdntn* sketches, to electrify the To whom mioer'f springs discovered, And 10 who^twted/.ye!^ ud hovered O'er Hertwey wsteiwepsrhlieg, 'till • Solon Atihftiooe'^cmd, end daring not to /'oWoto— ^T«t command! ,?T' >■'« - Ae I wrote-, latent and musing, all identity I waettortlwf' by a shriek, as though a soul in sheer distress neacto disturbed, ! sprang to arms and .awufct te, find redfess. from baasioUtaorshrill, i ;>/.« Flew aad fa*t around me, and strove to . quite confound op , L With a Oonoert, years perfected, which was WhojS® r^lved!"ieWpJgiOy host an early V gmte should an. Ceased at last the song of rapture—op they "ihmit, intent on capture; . And there I aat aerene, content, and waited tlaJ^Mghed in pure derision. Ah! defiance jbrfCS^to'Sjie my foes, who thronged upon my track, t>>>. And then, column after column, and yet were ' ^TAJren back. ,1 ", _ v7 " .•>". t V. And the slaughter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1865

VOL XXXI WO HOUSTON. JHK HOrsTcjlv "tRMVKKk M. BEICHMAN & CO. HOUSTON. FRIDAY . NEW YOHK. ACCTIOHf AMD OOIllISSIOll HOFFMAN & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS No, Whitehall Street, Oftllr-tT Kj4rt' VoRK CITY. P Wool ooS^MoftH0nfJKXAT8 ? O 0CK. • fore tbe w*r h v« hf«n If'lanO * JCdey hope that tbe ' —< J by U,1,nd corrMit m^^. IITi.1 ,row®« SEPTEMBER s The Matrimonial Covenant Jules and Sophie^ eon and daughter of a oouple of porters in i>a-;. __j >"0. ^947 The ie- M Buyi-rii will opooa Houston, Texas. ABB PBBPAB1D TO MAKE ADVANCES 9N CONSIGNMENT Of all Kinds or MBP .^.N-SISX! U Domestic Produce alwnrs on Uaad> TO BXOHANOI FOB M'cli'dise and Western Produce, I Ail Consignments can be made to as direct, at ALVESTON, where we haye an attentive Agent and )ple Store Boom, to trice charge of inch Goods a ring Consigners the usual commission charges at lalveston. Refer to any leading house in Oalveaton and louaton. M. BEICHMAH & Co., July 8-dly. Auctioneers. C0Xr*'P-,t>...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1865

triol of' B A.PH ■ '71## |)WMi Miwrt)*"' • M. •«• ,racing Kraxom, Har-, Robertson, Leoo, Angelina, Nifltgdochee, Newtoa, Or*ng«i GaWeeton, Liberty, Hw* m-la. polk, ♦Lontfomtry. kiJjl «' «" "«VU" In giiftiton Mid will kW U will b* «en Free l<«b*r. of tree labor under the Houeto Shelby Mli Cba 1 din. Walker, oountiee, 1 now hie offlo# to ihU •*?. «Mb>ibc sorties* Si * tweherie pnblUb«-d i toP«Ur bieof ealea letal t< i t ,of teeai Sr-iMKTii <u. —- Tsasuwa—A % ffi 3 ! «' IXM—!■;.•;! aa4 msrrUse miiew, peaes ' *la« ie^^aSuuTaot-WWlwedaac «ar/by a 8ESKFffl8wwa! ■^^^^srs?-srsiK.Tj WfSOS ICirnr-lteaUiL 0« ,M# •' rTJ^ta new dietriet U e*ts«sl*s, i ola ^ --.i^ bat ha kaa authority to £&XE$&~^ dUtrlctt' "d , ^wlwKiw" *• JKof tha United Statee, and tba Pr* 4AOOt lW*® ** '•'J ^ , C0UWM*01 "'111 aomalimM Mom- Happily.*0*8 ... vviunvui are uuioriuu ie to pncfllflin^ suoh a ^ or eminent ^eoure. Two oeees of the kind hava recl jr occurred in the State of Mississippi- Provisional ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1865

en- of • lith"' less 'is. |Oi if |as';- af as |;N. Iks 1 !]S J * 111 A'- J l>tti 00 rhl-.-i I to p ' [ est. p I!.' A i> IbAntl lart'el lc'a'.m 1A N. . r.et'l aott ll Itheta'p aboutfrl tllveri f i me.' I iEK. 1 1 ! ht i lit ,i lilO 'I I t! |llei n . ' L fctw | j i: ind I odn >, K i' MAS ! w \ A! er P l ueu .otl i nc \X*\ J I We had several heavy showers of rain ou Monday and Tuesday last, and the streets have been quite muddy ia con- sequence, but they are rapidly drying up again. The great water wagon made its appearance on Monday morning, but a heavy shower in the afternoon allowed all hands a resting spell. The wagon is now drawn by eight government mules, and Uncle Sam paya the expense in ruoning the maohine. He is very clever indeed to the people of this city. The work of registering persons who wish to become voters of this State, is expected to commence this morning at the office of the County Clerk. The Court House is again occupied by troops. A company of the Ohio b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1865

ek. m .— •. c°m_ The conventional Iu tbo meucea in tkU (wr'forinerprosperity it was AyJZ it Mi JS J fS the daily papers to give an annual review of the Ne*v Orleans markets, entering into all the pnn- cipal details of their movement throughout the rear,and accompanying the «PortwUh -uch general information and reflections as were suggested by the occasion. This cus- tom was interrupted by the war, and, we presume, will not ba generally resumed until next year. In fact, the character of the bosinoas transacted in our city during the nait year does not require any other notice than the full reports of the markets which We publish dally. There are, how- ever, «ube tacts In the progrees of our trade nf ffNfttdf . fVto the close of May our reeeipU of cotton had been conflned, in round num- W, to 64,000 bales. The reported sales during the same period were on y about 41 000, and the exports embraced C2.000 IS mostly to New York. The entire • movement for there nine months was less than th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1865

(he war concreted "*r V % ■ i 51 BY TELEGRAPH. Spceitl 10 the D*ily Telegraih [From New OrlMD* TIoim Of the 3 >• Galveston, Sept. G, 18G5.—St. Cath.v inks C. H., Sept. 1.—Three locks on the AVelland Canal have been carried away by a schooner. Navigation will he resumed on Monday. Louisville, September 1.—Some excite ment existed in the money market yester- day, caused bv bogus <*«ecks, drawn by W. C. Burnett p"3, <=>• c- Adams. The frauds are u« -**"*btedly extensive, but will not affect the parties in Louisville. New Yo*k> Sept. 1.—-The Consul Gene ral of Shetland says he will not receive contribu'ions for Werz. The leading rail- roads o«* of New York are crowded to their utmos.'°*pactty. French goods advanced from even to fifteen per cent, at the auo- tionsies yesterday. The Herald's Havana correjondent says the blockade runner Liz?', recently insured for $15,000, was sun. by her owner off Bermuda, who col- lect the insurance. The owners of the S a attempted the sam...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1865

Selffrxpk S. H. CUSHHIO, Editor and Proprietor. HOU8TON, SEPTEMBER 6. 166,'.. SSb •dVmtMoi HOUSTON TELEGRAPn. U IWbltotMd Dally, Tri-Wookly nd Weakly, .ftraa •( ItikMrlftlMi All rabMrtptioM dUooaMmod at tb« d of the too paid lot ante— M«> mi «ww« U w «ade Ttmi *f AJwrttol— i * in m&i ai ni-wmtr. IT. II. IK. 9U.JM. l*c.....40e 1J $ J0 UfiO a n< m-wwuT. _llo SOc SI M ... .tor each iDMrtloo •special aodocktandlns lahad to Um i will be Inserted H Je eh r*e fssTtsarsiaac laftn&affs' K forbid." AdTectltemenU "Mil forbid" will be charged "i^^nuToTpltaoOi*. will ba pob^hed . ig Weekly tor | , in Dally or Trt-Weakly. $*). and In Weekly alone, Toe above prices are In legal tender. Specie ij- c elved at Its market rate, or to trouble of calcu latins. at the old established rate of this paper. Mo eomnmnlcatlon will be published In this pa par, except at tbo option of the editor, and then only when a responsible name or reference ao- to as pantos It, known to the editor. Coasaaaalo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1865

i The City. — The steamer Mary Hill ai rived from Galveston yesterday morning. The weather was oppressively hot yesterday. The health of the oity is re- markably good for this season of the year. No signs of an epidemic yet, and many of our physicians doubt that yellow lever will visit us this season. . Considerable cotton is coming into this oity again. Tte prices range from 15 to 22 cents speoie, acoording to the quality of the staple offered. . .The military authorities have de- clared war against the negro dens in. this city. Orders have been if sued to seaich out all nuisances of this kind ani abate them forthwith. If the darkies n>u*t keep house, they will have to keep ord-rly ones and not have them harbors for negro thieves and burglars. The Provost Mar shalof this poet is doing all in his power to secure proteotion to our citizens, and deserves muoh credit for so doing. .We hear many complaints among our oitizens for the failure of the City Council to provide a night poli...

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

by ike (io «rn*r If New Awn'""*" W H Abetter, Dirt Atty'lit Jo«l Lhst. A P Wiley, Dist Atty 7th Jud DHtt. AnderioD—William Aleiander, 0h( Jus; X E McClure, Dirt Clk; J V Watta.Co Clk; T !^eTo«7, CM tajj B Moot- ornery, Dirt Clk; John Campbell, Co Clk. BrS.-Andrew P McCormick, Chie J,BUdco—James Odiorne, Cbf w hi Morcu, Dirt Clk; M F Bill, Co Clk; W J wl^i^nleaf Fuk, Cbf J .;*><£ Anderson, Dirt Clk; Jam« O Daboie. Co oa^aty--^^1ustioe; Comal—Geo ClMP«nb ck, Chief Justice, Louis Kesiler, Co C'k. „ . Comanche—O W Montgomery, Cht Jos, Wm Seed, Dirt Clk; Wm Parker, Co 01k, A Hwnmack, Dirt Clk; J K Sanders, to Clk; W W Hammack, Sbff. Di-triot Chambari—Cbarlei C S Pi*, CJSui«-A*Tia WrfgM. «•<•< J"«"jI * T Hitue Diatriot Clerk; Benj. P, Haw kins, County Clerk; Matthew Skein, Sher- iffGrime«-Gporge M Patrick; Chief Jus- tioi: Anderson Buffington, Distilot Clerk; G M Mooring, County Clefk; C S Cone, bh^riff* niiitil J Ufl~" Ga^ l p,-W Stephen Wrigh~Couity Cl k; B A Brown, 8h«- iff...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 September 1865

VOL XXXI THE HO IT STON TBI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH HOUSTON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER WHOLE AGKNT3 FOR TUB TKLBURAPB. . uS }ti °®n*Mlenee 01 oar suoecrlt>ern we poblltb valid l[ thu officeV' 'b* r#MlPU 01 "Uy of Wb°m *M Annie, Travis county. M M Grant jrimei" J A i2£?.° ■ n8"®™,n - N Gilbert n't8" •« M Coursey R«^u^,«Mtror - W <* Drtiicy i *?"'• ...... —RnfUs 'J* i t,s B nhjn Fun.o t A Caldwell 2iti5p uJ¥.*' McLeuoau V Make I: Bel ton, Bsll v Mmirrl < Hornet, Burnet....- _K 8aoitM,n n^KUt,(«ni?les T T Wilium/. R«2^f.n,t^.^lD£,or 8 F * Co Bryaot'n Station. Ml lam W 0 8rpert S J"°<> D«£ It 0*. H B Bon .u OoluuihW Bra*orla_ W P Bwiln Hi". WtoUlufton W H Slier,,,i a Oonc.ete, DoYViL. „....Jdo Arnold ' B*strop. w A Brown Oo d Bprlngt Polk C G tttse ®*'fP''"*-.. Austin JS N Clarke Oaney, Matasonia. ino BlaUhew. Obamnew Creek, Kilts ...J Forrest 9™= etl, Uoudion W M Taylor Co niBbug, Colorado. J V Jenkins Caldwell, Burleson K VV Coorinef MIImh—... Judge W HTarver Corblcana. Navarro Co. A ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 September 1865

Uri-WeeMg lelegtaph S. H. OUIHIWt ldtt« Proprietor. HOUSTON. SEPTEMBER 9. I8«6. " HOU3TON TELEGRAPH. I, mMWn4 Dally. Tri~Weeely and Weekly, tftnu •! AH XhIierii>t!0P« discontinued at the end ol tbe in, Dald for qdkm especial arrangements ere mart* ~~ fwnitfAdnnlriiifi 'iiui oaitv in mwww. i>; It. If. 1« SM.JM. ipU Hi*. !*•••••** $I. $W0 H#0 n (II Tll-WIULT. AMU Hoe.. 1* 30c fl $1 $3 IB TH« WIUM. _ • . ... Mtu. „.... ..lie. for «*cb insertion tt«i privilege of da|iy oheng*. 8 Jm,MitdlitUof'. to nboff prices. Fir the pnvi &*aa?£rl>W«ekly ct **' 25 W Cent. additional. All ifUitaSn. U naja-l*1" dve*re lor the time con- tacted<0 f, onleee especial n .<ior> tending U had to the C°SorSR*T fm<>a>J' marled ' • lets charge 'i;i vstars' is: fortikt" Advertisement* "till forbid" will be charged ^SSSSBST^^ ti11 &po,b w 1 ■thorny. Trt-Weebly mid Weekly hrW: In Daily •J M-Weekl*. PO. ar.d InWeekJyafooe. IS Tno'ibo^r'VrtoMTri 7n' 'legal" tender. SoMto i _ tired at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 September 1865

&ri-^wfelj telegraph Fr-<m tbo 8m iiKuulo Herald. Execution ot every lemli in an tt ilie Mier Prltioueret. Several of our men were pemitte'l to ■visit the unfortunate, previously to the ex- ecution, to receive their dying requests. Poor Major Cocke, when he first drew the fatal bean, held it up betVeen his fore- finger and thumb, and with a smile of contempt, said, "Boys, I told you so; I never tailed in my life to draw a prize ; " and then he said to Judge Gibson, "well Judge, say to my friendB tbat I died in grace." The judge, much affected at this last sad parting, showed it from his tears. The Major replied, "Thfey only rob me of forty years," and then sat down and wrote a sensible and dignified letter of remon- strance to General Waddy Thompson, the United States Minister in Mexion. Know- ing tbat his remains would be robbed of its clothes after his death, he drew off his pantaloons, handed them to his surviving comrades and died in his underclothes. Poor Henry Whaling, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 September 1865

IrMKteMg C *■ m *. H. CWHIWO. Uttor and Proprietor. HOUSTON. 8EP TEMBER 11, 1866. ~~ Km advertising columns of the journal# of Texas indicate plainly enough to the shrewdaat'ObaarTer that the industrial *nd commercial ejmgi*'' £_ tho Blots are ra- pidly recovering from tho paralysis Occa- sioned by the war.. ^ TJ9 whole papulation of the State Is "becoming (nformcw, inspired •with the spirit of Inpustry and enterprise. X>or own citizens and new comers are en- gaging in business, and bidding for patro- nage. "©Id firms, which lived through the war, are enlarging and spreading the sail* of enterprise to the riaing breezes of re- newed commercial prosperity. Other old firms, or at least some of the men who once composed them, and who yet live after the risk* and dangers of the struggle, are slow- ly, and with decreasing sadness and in- creasing hope, re-establishing themselves aa best .they may, and gradually sbak- ing eut the damp, mouldy'.. nd long- furled canvass which once bore ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 September 1865

ecord How ler in inting sym- a dia- >ng is epre- rhead as he ily of e re- id he ished est (o Id ?— lence leeley lireat- pre- Jouly Ithem the ice) lEm- 1776, the tners bfied lion |o in lave |Pa Lhin lent lave 3la- as lell- een of 3ns jste- late lus- pn- sti- The Citv. The market men swear that they wl not lower their extortionate priceB for vfetablea. Well, the Yankee grub uow oithe way here will cause some changes ittome small matters if we are not mUta ko. We wieh to see all ui <nopolies of btadstuffs broken down. Mr, M. A. Levy of this oily re- demed on Saturday $100 in change notes ijued during the war in currency. We ush all tbe self-styled bankers who issued ales will be as honest as this gentleman Us been. ■ ■- The Sabbath Sohools on this city ae nnmerouQly attended, and it is a plea- tug sight tt>-notice the happy and smiling cuntenanoes of the little children. The giperistendents of these schools seem to tike a great pride in their instruction. Feader, it you wish t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 September 1865

V l F •V £ k_ i ) ! i r i ThtOetaiwil •< '*« loseuiaie. Fro® time to time information r«*«k the public through ik« press, of the suff- ,,i J co«<tiUo« of Mr. DstIs. Notwith- ■tftnding tlit hopes expressed by disinter- ested writers of France and England, that the policy of the goveroment of the United State* towards the fallen President of the seoeded States, would be characterized by that magnanimity which always graces a conqueror, and which, if pursued, would contribute more than any other act, to the restoration of good feeling, it appears, from these aooounts, that so far from pur- soiag that course, Mr. Davis is not re- ceiving the treatment which humanity pre- scribes for ths lowest or vilest criminal.— Hs is incarcerated in a casemate, fitted up with the applianoes of a dungeon, is or has besn menacled, is never without the prssanoo of a soldier, has the coarsest food, and is deprived of books. No com- munication with his family or friendB, either verbal or written, is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 September 1865

of The City. .—We learn from (food authority that uieu representing themselves as being ugauts of the Government are traveling in Jitfcrent parts of the State, and when they tine a mule or horse that formerly belong- ed to the Confederate Government, they offer to give the holder of the animal a clear title by paying them various sums of mon- l ey, *nd twenty dollars is the usual price, j We have made enquiry of Lt. Colonel De- ' Greas, Provost Marshal General, and he in- { forms us that no person has received any sucii authority, and that all persons en- gaged in that business are swindlers, and requests all good citizens to arrest them and turn them over to the nearest Provost Marshal. We have no doubt but many cit- izens in different parts of the State have been swindled it this manner, and they will have to deliver up the animals as soon as the lejal agents call for them. The army regulation* and instructions f' om the Treasury Department require that all cap- tured or surrender...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 September 1865

'rt? * M <! I f- i V ! 1 i -1 i ' I c t b * to 1 I Editor TtUgraph: The acco communication wu written for Advocate and Journal, and designed ciaitj for Northern fadcre; but u tne mail communication is tttU nupender I have ooBctaded to ask lU publication in your columns, with a request that Northern papars copy. Ecclesiastical Ba Union The reconstruction of tho political Union on the probable downfall of slavery, pre- sents to the two sections of the M. E. church the question of their future relative posi- tions, in a new and interesting light. Am the consideration of the aubjeot h forced upon every Methodist, an honest and liberal spirit of christian charity should inflaence its investigation. Uncommitted to any particular course in the premises, and only anxious for a harmo- nious fraternity between these two great bodies of ebistian*. ant| willing for this end to sacrifice all prejudice, I propose a brief inquiry into the subject from a Southern stand-point. Should the action o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 September 1865

v rn* 0U*- *-4. VOL XXXI HO. 81 THK HOUSTON TRI-WKEKLY TELEGRAPH. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, I860 WHOLE NO. 3949 houston. M. REICHMAN & CO. AUCTION AND COMMISSION MSROBAZirTS, Houston, Texas. a 1 p&gl'A&BD to mau ADVANCES 0 N CONSIGNMENT 01 all Kinds el Mane iAITDISXi Ij Daoteailo Produce alwan on (land. to bxcha.no b fob und Western Produce, 'AU Ooj«gnn nt can t« made to as direct, at 0 Ali VBSTOX, whom we !>«▼( aa attentive Agent and ample Store Boom, to take charge of inch Goods savin* Consignors the usual commission charges at -Galveston, Refer to any leading house in Galveston and Hooatoo. X. REICHMAN & Co., July 8-dly. Auctioneers. auction sale ox On Friday, September 22d, 1865, -BY- H. REICHMAN & CO. An Invoice of Merchandise valued at Slxtr Thou- sand Dollars In Gold, conflating of everything that Is needed through the whole country, inch as GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS, &C. Ibis sale will ec'tpse all prio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 September 1865

®*i-WwMg Megraph HOUSTON. SEPTEMBER 12, IMS. I. M. CUtHIWe, Mttw ul Proprietor I T. HOUSTON TELEGRAPH. %a published Daily. Tit-Weekly wl Weekly. iTWM t llBkwrtfdM I AU enhecrtpUooe dleoo*Unoed at the and of the tine pind tor unlees especial arrangements art mads fimttfAlTmrtMNi ii in uiu ui * i-wBBn . it. i«. m. sm. ik. tnu HIM ...ISO .....400 WJ M *4,80 im in n>-«miT. i ar ton Boa.„..> —.«c 80o W M $ m ui mui, Far tiD'... 14c. for each Insertion AdvertMot, t0 the privilege of dahy ch*n* . 8 oar oent. additional to shove priest. For I ha pnrl lmn|n-VMklrcDi|i|'< 29 oar cent, additional. All adVertMu* u nevaote in advance for the time con- tracted tor. IBM especial understanding Is bad to the will inserted at a itas charge "Advectlsemente ordered 111 this paper. without the •dltfon being eoecllUd. will ba publlbhed In tb Advertiser* ara particularly requested to order their edvertlaemeu U tor a < Jen Lite time and not "till forMd." Advsrtieeutents "till forbid'' wlU ba ch...

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