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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 June 1866

tliifZ RI?AT, ESTATE. AUCTIONEERS. BUSINESS CARDS. FLAWBKNCK. A. L. BTRXLB Attorney at Law. LAWRENCE * STEELE, .. '• V-- •-i REAL ESTATE J OKERS ■gsnsasfcecs AMD ■ ■ &>■ COLLECTORS. SPECIAL NOTICE! M. REICHMAN & CO. Wi T . Ill, ATTEND TO TRB PVRCHASR and Mitt of Real Kututa In the OHjr <K llouatoo, t > | throughout the State, to the Payment of Taxes, Recording Deeds, Kxam 1 nation aud perfection of ■ f~ " ~ \ • i ,,' & I i'% ■ Titles to Land, LOCATIWI ANIt Bl'HVKYINO, LAND CERTIFICATES, AND TO THK COLLECTION OF DEBTS, Ne«olintln« I.onna, Jtcc., Wphuve ft liiritn number 0? tin- tliioxt Cotton and Sugar Plantations ' i?,tlle£tate for sain, ranging In prion from *10,0(10 to #11)0,''nu sppole. And nn iinllmiU'il quantity onlnr proYndLmid tlironghontrho State .for one dollar to tt-n dollar* per aor* A large amount of ALSO ' Valuable City Property, * Oonsldtlnff of BRICK HTORBS, DWELLING HOTT8 - * 0?tyn IiOTH, in every portion of the For particulars apply to LAWRENCE ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 June 1866

MPNnH X, geltgraph. JURE 18.1866 tim* wuty, MNWtof d*W- ill 9&9btt> UMtX&tt J# bail fell | where enif «m to Um Imwn. who Itoritewtii crop*. i> wjwlnri *•« g, atflat ift—fM wiifliiaw MtetMV Monift, WWWVWV ■ fcy the gmtd w|i0# 2J2SL£ ul MMSmimMi -OTH* «■ "^SSfeMlpwoir ta^t&eMlo w ing ahwlflwfcigwrtow>,rfOr- HanU Mb CmuIj left •fldlH^'for iiiitlllllliti fTBli "T f ftMernor has smm* mr*Uem t* fr* ail perU of the «MMd«7 to wmkma trip S* Washington &r8fe« ®aiag hie great na- .'<yMiyilWiilliii « aai iaiaeaee In w- *iee^a*eeliea ef www plan of "' " '" a which the Frew Sim Swotherb State*, I il« ewlwsMl jw*etii*&Ie< nuBtevi .to Vt*ir fcSt with the national viwretgr thejr may #e "K ge - ■SrCKsjpfeer t'ml kamosioiu anion af- i Jfee f*«nilv mail Mate fcrwSrds hong hu mntilated remain* |l ||§ hattoiittri mitniilU) tin jaiL It U mU that Col. Hill, on the doerba iag bant open, innped into the mitUt of hia enentiee knife iahaad and cold his life deaHj. la the abor...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 June 1866

mm § MMIMRW from f ' Ml Estruclfon ' Ayes, 1^1^,14. ^ Mill ABOIT £ AMUiMl. WLi. 1*111.' i| IViMthiugloii C.v ni arjfTi • U' Ju/ii i. vili n .mil Co.. 30 f 49) U«l*, l^i.MN',^5 3TTOI tii - ff T -ii . ;.o Bpertal Diapatch to D ily Ijlnijffc,'.IM"! ui > ;«-} :U_lll fe "i l & A • ') WASHINGTON, s.jltod iX poolittlecallcd^B^i ! fered yesUsiditj d -nt to com ifrom Mexico—[Telegram ituJMvunin , telfigibleirj The Home n-connidered struct ion #tnfli<luivnU -M'iepo [from tlie SfcuAttf. Mr. Stet^pB closing the dcbtife,'iinid ttie amendments were not hucL us lie desired; fcw'riglit of (lie blacks to vote uot being recog- bimt; but he hoped fometbii^g from fu4ire legtaLidou. He stigmatised flie President as an usurper i Biider- jtaking to. establish civil government tlie seceding States. Under Mr. Stevens' call for rtyft,,ftr? vipu« MM- lion, ilic ameadinept* were passed by 120 to 32 Republicans of bliaijc, including.Smith, of Kentucky, ni>/ Raymond, of New YorK, voting. tape; die m...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 June 1866

it's- ■■JM "v HOTj* ljttM&Cdl bv Mvwrtutt- ThUU aft Wwtera ■ffrti*'*Tfrt hciiic profotablo t the Alieytoa roate. Webtw fr - «w tiy lui MMtkn to uwmikI tiie energy of the Lavaca sum R0m* —raaaJ «tay tarn all the W« fi£!K: tfce 7U>. we grt tbe flowing I* iA**-~We loos from Me. Wb. ChttMQvwio be* ii«i wtoiw^ ftroat lodiazii Bmadbra. that tbe lodUaaa eaaae into that place on Friday night, killing a a short distance from town and Kht or hi* bam*). Tba wurtgr «**- _ 1 of name si*t<**n or eighteen red- akinn and were supposed to be the Northern Comancltea or Kickapeo*. Two boy# out hunting stock are mis- ting and are ("apposed to hare bssa killed. They wiccseeded in driving off quite a number of valuable horse® and in ok*- He stated that the eiti- m and around Bandera are very mm1; pPl HI £v, - ^ - - excited, and are leaving Imukd, crop* and *ioek, and comiilg dawn Into the settlement* near Caa- tWiville, where they way be able to protect one another; they call loudly for Mafstan...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 June 1866

- • ' ;4usm THE CITY. ■ Kkduu'i Cocur..—Judge Hodle?, j PTMU- ' / \ I <r fur. Richard Delaney, tor riotous and dlssddtirly ondact, was flaed *13, and not being able t$ pay it IH sent to the street*. Mlas Charlotte Williams, • dark lady, drunk and uproaroua, *u Sued 4>1X Mot having It, wm gutter- ed. § af Mary Batik, another lady of eolof, was ex- tremely Ill-behaved oa the streets, being drunk and swoartag loudly. Ska delivered a lerriflo volley of oathe span Bis Bonos In aout Bka was ordered to akeU oat #16 «r gutter 1U She guttered. - Wa are unquestionably la laajt. Mr. Ed. H. Qalck, manager of tke lowing Machine Department / Bijnulf* Mm Depot, kae pnaented ua wltk a beaaUtal Utile aeviag machine, wklak works ilka a cue viae, *o that we an entirely Independent of all Itlloniid Mimitronn Tke stnehlne la pretty ta look at, rapid aud perfect in the dlaoharge of its duty, end the management ot it as eaaily comprehensible tjMt any one oan work It Weoaaaot see bow any family do wi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 June 1866

aassa . may. pnb- '; lint it itepte- _ i, iud ame, and limme of all* ! st her, • at iimi foteigs msiiiatry, tucyKm , fur fo> hail}' "pen- ,& it ia ruutteii at i«e. nm york, litrt it to u aur- districts by artikiw duuitolt or clearing out the debris. montgomery. ala., iiaa subscribed . one million dollars toaard coantruct- leg a railroad to connect central alabama with nashville. at the grand toaimonl on the 30th at clarkaville, term- or . pta wen #30,000. j.Ttl miss marx qhh-*. aq ,ao«m«a* t im 4=— gen. grant haa given another five thousand dollar* toward the metro- tan methudiat episcopal church and irecomoitedto juuinal of s'f mm. f la:'. -ty.."" in bmsrehjint shipa be- pp'trt not , to be sens by her war — is only to apr, fro hi the •serve on the board aa truati land, near the corporate limitv nj memphis, sold the other day for •5,4ft) per acre. t queen victoria i* aaid to he prepar- ing to publish a volume of «a f«. the president, since his tion, has 12.331 161 erituir euw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 June 1866

^ y ,1 ii' **m m ' ^ 1 ■ V": • -- t #.M "! , ... ,'v O VOL. XXXII—-NO. 41 HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1866.-TRIPLE SHEET. WHOLE NO. 4641. a ■ -k'-'M LADIES' •HTCTiOJr, AT 8* L. HOHENTHAL & CO. AUCTION DARLING & NIERRIMAN'S. SW3S.. COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREET. Houston, Texas. WILL MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCER ON AM. KINDS OK M EH OH A N DJ Sli v AUCTION SALES EVERY TUESDAY and THURS DAY M. REICHMAN & CO.. fr ft • ID A UCTI O N ANl> COMMISSION MERCHANTS, LAST ONE OF THE SEASON 1 t'oiunuMicinix at 10 o'clock, ... M. lK'ol —Ut wlf For 1866. Great Invention of the Asce ! J. W. DBADliEVN World-renowned PATENT DUPLEX ELLIPTIC. (or Double) SPRING SKIRT! TUESDAY, June 19th, 1806. * 0SF1M A VBRT DRBIBABLE A8S0RT- asent *r THIS INVENTION consists of Duplex (lor two) Elliptic Pure RoHned Steel Si ' ed tightly and (irmly tugetl . ... „ the t ugbest, most flexible, elastic and durable Spring ever used. They seldom bend or break like t lie Single Springs, and consequently pres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 June 1866

In it atreagtb. We will 1m fascial, at leant af att teadmta ia tbeseethms of Texas withis ratchag dirtaaee of Wo kaaw that Uus will be ■MOLT will fall witf ■Ml* a*. 11 tbe mil K*l ( Mn. JfeSStSt mteM ««Ukatrsatm. m-gmfUS- myii HOUSTON, JtJNJsi i . loot*. _ « 1 had at thin office for 92 50 a currency, when not leas a thousand are ordered. Postage lie paid by those ordering Uteiu. he MUt promptly to any of the State. T«««« A I*® CtTTtN. C 9M ... mm W« publish iu ear agricultural col tu article on Root Collate from Tl^nw. Though not ,— tl to our eHnmt*. many iftrtNLJM#:, important ton*. ditnianUou of cotton grow i g, we ahull lmvv more time in the autumn for other forming operation*. Whsat being harvested and Indian eoro being laid by, by tiny-end of .. A" - &£■£ 1 farming for mouth*. The wilt bo done it the au- Mf«t onlytoralpa, bat carrot*, ■HHi ( *r'*1 •flgKor tho root crop* have eontia- imdtogpw ioxariantiy in this lati- tude daring the past winter. Finer, mere duitafott* beets...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 June 1866

i. B8MSH luee] plW*, ■ *' l« w It Int « Flour, * efitfcru iK.-i 30UC€ • f\.<t I' fS, ■Vox, bf tlii> JCJom- lle&riA, Tat the ! >'*. iiliAi ■tf h o Ij?H [ S'in I* «it real. ! * ulvr ■on in jirirr |ve* liitfh pr of twin, |> of til 9 I'I to jfl ■ are UH9 krt- of k at i a <> T J. DeCORDOVA, liENKRAL LAND . AGENT, Kimball, Bosque County, Texas. rjpa£ THRIVING VllLAUK Of KIMBAI.L la situated on the went banlt of the Bra ion river, r.:iy-five mile* above Waco, ami ten iuile« from ITort Graham, on an elevated rollinc portion of the country, surround**! bjr beautifully plcturwiqu* scenery, bavin* the advantage of a full supply of clears Id plod haaltliy H ater, wUtah- except on the ridirear-can be obtained at an averuire depth of tt feet. Ho pure ia the mountain air of thia retfkai of country, nat peoona in a delicate state of health, or of a coim umptiv* habit* are always benefitted by enjoy- urn It; etpfcially when combined witfc a due amount «•' horse exercise. It la ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 June 1866

CLOTHING. 11 SrllMlSiti. CilUt' KS *t,EK o * CARTRR. SOCIETIES. Ml MUM M tM( gDM. But for - tfcaa MM mtmrn, Am fellow* | ■hH kan gm to the armj aad fcKwit ftmai aa tk Twterf pMin^iilljP AM 1mmA> Mm far m „<mmt kMvMgo of UnU fWtjF or ImMm fiTttfiia. iIm dm 9dnrflgra i*w(iMr eooatitate* net «ww tat Tory actri; the vial* «f it. The ^<iwrtiwir ha* fmpTerwl great- ly. H glTB RnWNPi W WW Utt* fWVOMBBtS tSm (DfHltlWplnfawl It hut beiiBOie «Mp af the Hve iaatitatioaa of TMM. ,/w The fallowing M from m long-de. hyred copy «f the 8m Antonio ltdytr: editor if at ltdger: Oaeaf the beat thing* we hare heard rf Wrfj cause off lart Saturday in Kendall cwuttT. Aa two little bo;«, «ae twelire aad the other between ten and eleven jean old. were eoraing down from Cuaifurt with a few packs «f ahiaglra aad a few beef hides for ■aaifcet, they saw, on eruasiag the Little Joaewav, three hears running amea the read, nee eld om and two hlf-gww eehs." This, of ccnrae, was An enough for the hoy*, they...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 June 1866

IsMf for I |XT OF . AI«o Id Drat 1 "bleb I'll 1H 1 will |IKU- ■nun* I'- u> fir. Ipldlr V a!! lne«* I alo- ft ?r tree thin TTT .^>4' i'MW 0 BY TELEGRAPH. ' .1 JUi#*patch to Daily Telegraph. iai.vestov, June 18th.—Steamer Harlan in with yesterday dates. Quickest time yet;—thirty fire hour* from to wharf to wharf. I acml dis- patch as full as I can. Naw York, June-lCth.—Per steam- er City ot Pari*.—The Conferenoe win abandoned consequent upon the de- mand of Austria, which rendered the meditation of ueutral powers au im- possibility. The neutrals have broken the belligerents to negotiate among theuisevos, or inaugurate war. It is believed hostilities will commeuee in Elbe Duchies, and that Austria's great move will be to besiege Silesia. Prussia will probably commence the war, and has sent circulars to the neutral powers, charging Austria with flagrant.breach of the treaties The Prussian army composes 45-2 battallions of Infantry, 32Q squadrons of cavalry and 4.03U tleM pieces. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 June 1866

2 jju a i / He uka if tii« Tkucbith Laow what ab initio bmnum, t&d Una tnx- lateo it into Logliah twice, far war benefit. Wo should bwre beta able to translate the words with the aii «f a good dictionanr. "What," ajt be, "in the difference to w wl (Minmimmi SCffiaGXUl£ to StulatH Notieem three nllhcoUono*n<5 a Ii lf i>rle««. itediaiM ; fig titfi HOUSTON, JUNE 20.1866. _ • MVHXr BMYHOVZ la * fl«*tal T ««o ■arMBTjOOM B. MJSBOOK. JM. Broadwar. Sew r«fe.l>U onthariud<«*Bt of the Tblbohath la ii C«yofg y ft- , T^BJLTSI!—Pertdn' BWt-to-fttefct, "The M n wmnjufroaMM*." Ml NtWM OK *B* WH.HHMPB AS# JPDOB SMITH. '%aiihttraiBg~on. my daugSter." From the space and importance which oar cotemporariea of thaGfli- Toston New# and Anntin Gwetfce, give to the adLTOcacy ofJadgoSmith'B elec- tion,, one would he tempted to sup- pose that the safety of the State or at k«6t that all oorhopea of reconstruc- tion from without and of harmonious action among ourselves, hung abeo. lutely and wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 June 1866

OttftMKlSwSI THE CITY. 1 V \ — The examination of the Kbolarl attendtn# the Houston Academy U .nnotineed to be*io on the tlth of June. The public **ner*l1y ar« ln He<t to at- taod. . —We clip the following from * Ute number or the HunUvilU Item: We an Informed ihatth* Houston iM m- txtred with the thln4* that were—In other words, de- fttSet. The "brilliant literati" of Houston oould not - stand the preime or the low and t roreli n« Mammon worshippers, who dlseountenaueedi the L oeuin, and consequently helped to crush it to the eariu 1 Links of aola are more precious to them than llujie of «en- iusT They grasp at the former, and offer a rebuff to the latter. Ala ! for the debaaure of poor human oiturv I 1a the Lyemim M or only •letpeth Y What a pitty! and a *hibb.y commentary upon oar The negro celebration of the anniversary or their freodom yesterday, turned out to be, as avert- body expeeUd. tmtjt bl* thin*. The various proces- sions must have numbered In ail at least some thous...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 June 1866

1 MW|f jM • N r - rWf Their valaa a* a I ia aoi geamtfijr uk«a i - _at by oar Imxman. TWpwt t of Mtoe&leofe JMvUdl tk*y per •cre wtd iu gtmt ralao aflyinj-yartl' ttSBartyaa^NO- iUj 33. ft ^ ■v ki aptjr iea^l'c^luVaiing katf aa aensiCao more, aa a trial crop. Aa ta tko fcaaS variety to lake, amahjrpraiEi aatfce kind of soil, ila fertility, ale. Tfca Rate Bagaor Sweeden tturuip goa- entity the mmt pradactlro aa Bgfct, gnnttf aoiL Bat a nirait, i latwt adapted to a hi—fa- :: day M my Tfca long yellow carrot _ and doep sod with plenty of The relative raise of tkc vaiMaa root* for feeding baa net baa* satU fiactorily determined iatay aML lfca WarUvl and Mtgar beet an way bAm- ilar and require the mme «oil and management, the Jteiter Ja .aan mm- triiious per poond, tba fcraw novo productive, baa fewer mots and is easier gathered, and, as tba whole. ia preferred by me. The carrot daea not yield per acre Uke the beet ox Jar nip, but for horse* and erwfcbgasH isofmoro value. The WnrtacTo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 June 1866

*! DRY GOODS. MILLINERT. The Fenians are Concentrating 1 GOODS «T IT Y. PRICES! H. E.PERKINS* CO. HAVE BSOSIVB^AND ARB NOW OPINING Largest Mid lost Coiuplote Stocks \ - Of _ UBr GOODS, MILLINEBY AMD FANCY GOODS,. EVEB B The Great Decline in Prices, Weir#thus enabled to otter to our filend* Uoodi u Uted in our headiuir. In making this announcement we ask parties desi- rous of purchasin# to ca'i, examine and jud*e for themselves. Our roods were purchased directly from importers, and in fine White Goods and Dress Trimmiujrs we Challenge Competition! KRKIN8 Perkius Perkins Perkins Perkins Perkins Parkin* Perkins Perkins Perkins IVrkluK Perkins i CO. HAVE HUMMER SII.KS, at Co. have Grenadines, « Co. have Melanges. d£ Go. have HaUarlnfK. St. Cu. li e Parisian Bfrlpin. dt Co. luive Bilk Utiulle. « Co. hare Embroidered Robes dt Co. have genuine Irish Poplin, at Co. hive Valencia Erg ami luser'* & Co. have Polol Luce. Ai Co. luive Shetland Shawls. fc Co. have Lace Shawls. • Millinery. MR...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 June 1866

; .. l£&s5Si&gfl $111 COMMISSION MERCHANTS- ! COMMISSION MERCHANTS. SADDLERY. SAOOLERY AS J SPECIALTY ! J. E. WHITAKER, COMMISSION MERCHANT, a c>"H WAKE & BROTHER, COTTON F ACTOR • , X. SCHMIDT, TIN WABB MANUFACTUBEB teimlno*, STOVES, TUf AN&.f|QJAOW #ARE. 40ft.T*AVlB a 4 PR A J EI B ST RUB re# lreet, IluaitB Mayldtwly AMBLER & CO W. H. NICHOLS & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, that CojutltB wilt m**-* in*h bMkk^k HOUSTON T. W, BTEAND, OALVSSTON. ^jtur-i-nq WM- ni Order. from tc. Chief rjliUB KflW *ND CEI.EBJUTKU COOK MKT! oa Merchant, lawyer; integrity, and y owl wellqoali- . . i\'OTA BENE l'#IT#K FACTfB, fc I*BN to Till ■tad ottitrl - —+> ;lSHi m Camjwkll Uotsrr jtitsg s a private Jet- Marcos, dated June 14th _, _ s fttUowiug acceoatof ft NW murder committed iu Caldwell iV vteiaJty bftTft _ ibeiotsllJ a a most Tilted within three ion the person of ao sawed Wadkka on yeiter- mmuv thM'♦! & old man indigent circumslancea, „_foa the road near one of „ug i&...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 June 1866

ys / mfiEKjfa t- CITY. maoh ia reqaeat ul the demand mat at SQlte. Com has ruled through the day brisk t *l.lt lor yellow, aad «l.lt>tB l.l3 for white. Bait active at #1.1 9 41. OA. Ob* (mall let of tt sacka, la bad order, waa at *1.M f sack. Laid It aearoe and bald at oar flgurea. Bacon ditto. Cotton u vury sick. Our New York dispatches yof cotton " unchanged." Well, this la trur of g dim In eumaoy. but very antra* for tguree la gold At a gold quotation Middling bad ohanged firm Mfco tettVo, and unless cottoa goeaap a* It goes down wo will, at tbo present (peed, very sooa kara It dowa to 5 of lOo la specie for onr oar " unchanged " quota tlona la New York. We are ocrtala that oottoa will keap even paoe with gold. Wool and bldaa are arriving la oonalderable qoaa Ilea by wagon. Wo hare change la prloaa to note, and but one lata of U baga of wool at 131*0 COTTO* Ordinary in flood Ordinary i l*w Middling DRUGGISTS. QEK. J.W, THROCKMORTON, 0®IH® t' *-i *r' i MAIN HTBIBT. HOUSTON. TAP...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 June 1866

Com. Mer'ta.—Grocers. 4c Com. lferc'ts—Factors, &c tat Ion in States; Lowing sueu rt-presenta- tion adequate security for future peace d safety should be required; that found in aueh chan rtMNaat* htr* rim vouchsafed by the conqueror. This bj judicial d eat in public | documents aud speeches. r-j «B. J. T. & WM. BRADY. JAM Be C AKDKa A. J. WAKL> A CO Cotton & Wool Factors, tbe civil rights citizen a in all parta IWrd—Haviog voluntarily deprived themselves of representation in Con- , for tbe criminal purpose of de- > the federal Union, and bav- luced themselves, by the act of ; war, to (be condition of pub- miee, they have no right to complain of temporary exclusion froui Congress; but, on tbe contrary, hav- ing voluntarily renounced their right to representation and disqualified themselves by crime from par sut. the burden ^.^.Ti^reTcIaluilug to be reinstated in their former con- dition, to show that they are qualified to resume federal relations. Iu order to do th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 June 1866

AuMMUt.-; iva r> *i i «J l FRIDAY, JUNE 32, 1866 WHOLE HOUSTON, TEXAS, TRIPLE 9 —NO. li'frt# J) J* to make any aj>pial to his decisional peeted, greatly REIOHMAKAc ft: HOHEffTHAL SdMMbuw. on a point o( auction* HOOKK. i ' AHO W ALL W**0 ^ISH ' </' uv«y 4w# a* •/• . V'$& • ,1 #v**- &AU ■:■<&& iflfctl* A * ': <. ' frjf/ ,, ,♦ i«?7r - , 'Kf « * '<■ HANDSOME AND CHEAP CQMMISSIOII MERCHANTS Wjxtb fcVfi aou«ton, WILL MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCE8 -.,! - - ON AIjL KINDS Of MEROHANDI8H • AUCTION 8ALE8 EVERY TtTESDAY andTHURS DAY CuDiLienctuv at >1 o'olook, ... M. Deot—dt#:f AUCTION . ! ' Reader, let as suppose there is man in, your community for whom, on some account or another, you enter- tain a feeling of dislike, or who in dulgea etiuular feeling WJHUlSSto MMLUAMb,[a'igffffu! Ml Corner M.IIX and CONGRESS 8TS. ! H..'< *) R Y G O OO S i t.1 AUCTION NOTICE! ;. ' ., , , ii >"ii • ' ; S. L. HOHENTHAL. & CO. * WILL 8KUL OS FiliJD.ir, JVJYE 22, ISttfl, At ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 June 1866

' # ty wW WHOM C.C. «nj.npiB.fc t ^ h HOUSTON, JT7NEJ3i. UMW. ' ar gTfl«8t~gSTKWr fa ■«*. T>wMsg; ismt fat aw Tm.*<w«r«- aSTMK. \KHI3I a I.KBBWCK. W. lmto*wlKi Tut*. 4 !it ..u1l.f> lM<l «c*«< nf thf T«I1'«U* « Aatat* if .v *,*. MWi- atcht* tfc*-IBO fc - rt|! *■* mnv*x*0mmv4*r*+x mr The recapitulation of tto general and prineipl&s applicable to tto Congressional Reconstruction Coss- mlttm present iu tefi distinct section* a* tto summing up mid eondasfoas of I* law, jwtiw, toroa Korth ly forbid nay farther tto boat impor Oar «Wt day is |«wt. to tow —to all hn We wait ia mtonee and with dignity Ba(il It be cla |iTira«iirr of tkiputM lavteg to open Congress Is Any ebtraton Cm respect far tto CwiMwity am aol wise, nor in good taste. Any word* or action* that can to tortured into artdmeea af disloyalty or opposition to Federal nottowity. play directly into the toads of oar political eaes*to« ttoy am tismmftad with exagger- ation to tto North and astd * gainst the Presid...

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