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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 January 1866

BY TELEGRAPH. IMPORTANT FROM WASHINGTON! Action of the Joint Committee. Representation tMceordinp to tHHteuMhip. Boston Bqard of Trade. „ ■ tu . <■'( i ni^i y< . J. n ( suod, IfMtaits; Gold. 139. EtCm, . JEtf -, i(, T. xai AjMH-iaivU Pre v Jaokhon, MISS., JJUI. VM. - Washington, Jim. 23.'—1*^ .the Sen- ate," Mr. Feaseutleii, from the Joiut Committee on the coiujitiou of State# recently in rcbelltftn,, reported to-Uny a resolution ap]M rtiottiiig repreaeutn- tive and direct taxation, according to the respective numbers of the populn- tion of each Statey. lttcfutlhtjir tndi:m« not taxed, but providing that when- ever, on account of i ce or color, any |)erson« are excluded from citizenHliiju such persons shall I* excluded from the basis of representation. [This dispatch conies to us some- what obscure. We make the above out of it, but may huv«misapprehend- ed, the dispatcli. -En. Tki«], Mr. Sumner, iii the Senate, present- ed a memorial from the Boston Board of Trade, asking for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 January 1866

to Soaan Bv Aatbo- Mr. Brook* with •oftece petition at the Wr m i / f, n ■ r >theUdl«> t It v* dost get Uf other ilt, wewfll Meiue a tolera- ▼ote at least in *r~'T7"*fi~*T "T «D- j—<fiitoAow ttfti if tteNorth- MSMd Extern aumoiiMtorm «ue- eeeded, at this, the day of the great oat poUtkal power they will ever ^ eBw* the Sooth eould take ad of it by engaging in menu- ife I energy, to introduce the r ppBonnt of capital, the nec- ewary amount of labor, and toeetab- llah the ferforie. and assure their —r¥Hffi with the inevitable opposi- f great monopolies, jig? Mid will be acoom- Itibataoonerthan ia now lilip® .. may come when the Horth will be mow opposed to pro- teotion than we ever have been. The thy may( come when a Southern manufacturing wealth equal to that rn* hi the North will be added to, ear agricultural wealth, which wffl bo superior to aiiy in The tyne way , and wool, and i of the Sooth, will be .1 ^ tjho South, and large- ly a<dd in the South; making living the p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 January 1866

* * ''' - ',•! ' *') : UJ« «:\7■&!-„ I'i 'it*' b.'-i:■• !\ d Country MerchantaAtte ,•>41 /<„?; ■ ■ < ,M: ; >.i .-VltgRR^^Rxfii ait xL T 8A$5I5BT 8 Wwt, H*nv «<* , T W Cuunivi^hiiii, lo. WroPanWa*. Milltctn. 0 A L« kf, O-n- kkIhx, Texan, Ji.« Muitro*. d,i. J A Oak*, Corafaana, tt.il Eutduii, Houston. Oiv'1 "X1 -!Ti>•*'.'i } :;•! Jo |>''I'.fiM Moauer and Sat* ftj-Hd Friday at a« SBB* jfift cono«rt ba " _ priaiogauuMftra of the gift ooooett, oat m W« Mpocted. A large crowd «f men and baya to road oat toeee tbe perfon aue*s and after waiting for aome lima, owe of (be ehapai earn forward >fid Informed Um* au<li- «DAaJlu&JwJud. Jbtan. dlgappntntafl. by hi# muslcUoB and, therefore, could not, go through ilia pt'tforuwiiw Be aWd- deeply regreted having to disappoint thorn, etc. Thiaannonncem«nt caused o«iiald.ra ble excitement a«d tbe «bap couoitt-Jel be was in a dangerous looalily and tnfefc tracks for the door and thence into the ewvet with a regiment of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 January 1866

■ ■> ■ m • 7®a New Year «ni, have u*. and little folks will for that m iKSW Sdwr.and ir^Tl as the day itself; never wm anywhere day«Mto UMt with oa Monday laat. " dropped into noose of the SSSS& " ' mnr*v ©no© sat the Father of hia to listen to the "word, George was intent upon having kit way in oppoeittoa to the -tftobea of lOOlifir BUDJ6Ct8« New York en Jbe«t ete ',!rr The services at ■very carols ■ sua Ssr'wis deoofftte«(,'and the sertnonl y * ■ w that' our ta (J i,auk uiust ift'Ne* SiS theittnume* ble and « was dm antts; I3DU • QM ^ all the toy makers in the world, and *e are all ifeasting^ sn must be a -great d the poultry, the gohhhsrs and certainly notiee that e, then) is a re- in mho numbers ruffled featli- m VI,,? pipi^^y T one end to the other of this dorio laad, and among # people who w rale the destinka af all otlier nation*. In days gone by the practice of kill- ing people who assailed us in the Southern State*, was very shocking to oar Northern neighbors who pre...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 January 1866

rtv" n w anbeatu tllf.IL The W"" n Tux MO Htm nor —M il j Tk.rad^rjadlll |g MJT. *, mad Jam* entj "a!?'■* w>r « «i-«. . "L"".*! aadfcnnaaanfaa uiinamtjTtM- *yi.niJ*lt'tll—N IIMLJBLw „—— FWlonrinr «■ Ifce Manifrat of steamer Em No 3, L> C. Hilafchi ri rr, romasandinr ■.j. '' > ."'1 *WS H Ira r<,Uf I .-A" wwti mm). Book aad Lidtet No. 1 «ti oat. TV odur MfMlw bij bm booa oat, hnt npbodj had the pkwv« of viewing THE CITY. AUCTION SALE "BT J. S. t J. B. SYDROR, ON Friday, Jan. 26,1866, CREDIT BAT.K rT tti GEO. W. BA • '•• * ' ''I i, i* j. b, mm, - ItoMMgor of the gift enterprise, tke 014 Capitol, jfilcrdtj made a depoait wit* hia honor Joatiee Braahear for me of the laws concerning lote- haa thoa far haan • liberal oon tri- color to oar eonnty tmanrr Ri. REICHMAR I €0. ,.,'i ; The gift enteroriaa I* WOffid the Old Capitol, yea haa do! that Tblhuuph aaiaartd him to the of two thoM^nd dollars. Well, if each bo the fact, there will be aore money In cirealation and leaa to enric...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 January 1866

' f tp wmm -~%Z2 r" meeting aW"* nd«4 the b *ad uow tS^gS^SSiXa S produced tfae !*ae pl«* ultra" of exc^Penop id - I&iwsssrs ibeir lawttr light* in the althmeawtooM of «oe. the "Glencoe Lord Jersef, the We an indebted ig Magazine" and Farm." tor f*tw the subject, bred in £bglauu by t and was by Sul- Hii ri> dan. TrtmpoHnebyTflUnp. ^Webkby Waxey, P«nel«pe by Trumputor. iip^r. " Promise by Snap. Julia by Blank. - j , -Spectator'data* by flaA Arabian. ' Turk. Bwrti. White Turk. Barb Mare. -jm. career, and He broke «nd waa ahot ' ' "i 1 He ap- , im, ttaiied eix and racoH. The next Beaeouahe stud— > wa« her second colt. Tramp, ehre of frampollije (the darn of Gleu- \k. Ckfl i back in- three gen * . \ ®ratiouH ) Sk*m W tollawfoot, St. ee, (all three of which " U\to tl^a««intry ); aud s. Two of his got were Dexity, (St. Giles and m and TT7TT~rl year wbo won a teeoc ! QlmrinW WM JftK* w3 «* n «f Jinri i mj rather bat not wall into the blades. HI i ^ofli^sple^d etiflen. bones #Uort...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 January 1866

i Mttf & ii Jj-C-Spft <Us6f« ••<M.MB' VOL XXXI-KP. 14L JgU it; , '-vbtmi HOtTSTON, TEXAS, MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 186& i wttf • 'I: >ttJ* M vim *4 • - . • .Tl M IM M SJ^atpiWMIL* . ABBOTT & CHANDLER ,M tL'w f!Sf H'7«I ii IO < H ffiiw, (MH'I I II. > «• ! HOtl '• .'> " tii-ti it toMHW, VR t '"■f-frt 'jrts^i v?;/■'. tij mt4 HSHMMMSH , v'' asrpP ii:;#.; „• iMUt iHRItiM'lilil-' >*P Oil Ui 'WtlUti M . ,\;5o{. • Tn. -' ^ t ill! ,VK'-;> h'4|H-'-'v ,iv,< E •«[..- i(t t-r-./'if.c IHt iw .yV ■ ?i<# •t'Hi-' ' - TT XT 'o f ibTr—- ■r->n?rwT WlrK «ea^aft^«Uckyq|^ 1\, Wi 1 .' ?••' | * • I'.jf -!««{> , * H ' .-^r~xssr~i^ •■ ■ */.. ^ ./If Wf.. .ifti' ■ Tv' • ^ ^ i * ) * ■ ^ J ' ^ ^ .,•' VVsJH (• '•• • ••/.•*:'-' "• '"£••••< •>• ^ ' 1 \ • " ■ :., ! ' ' <*jr COLORED K,D8. .C.3 £&S*«4 V. ■ 'r •••)> H TV LH • '7$ ||| |g| N ,, vmt;m VAN AL ^TTNE'S BUILDING ,!...4:-r n M .'i. l (' 'ftj• j(ARR l • -1. "f ; 1 ^xrtr-:/-f?nr5ri;<>' vi't^nT commi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 January 1866

wgm mw from the original, bat merely cwllect- «d th«m. From the poetry which tho : AiitfftfiL •ad aambe we five fast' wtatt the Arab Hasiaik •ay*J bl mare, translated Ity B^y *k£H:: ■■ rs«ii W* iKgtal *UI •6eh W t" ;r'l-4u 1 sa A 4i# tfbraless iHm among the '-1 «nd "the anuMtiv itiM mitHiMU lm. ■Wwl^^Op IWHWJf nu nensittes of glory in a bedowded aad udleM e^etttcy." we «Miier- aod na«toeat®d. The yellow gaadiaem aad solemn frippery of hi* Si> abominable. r a truce fei what Mr. A] _ tad tomb thimlc* for wj*t he hot the Ia«t degreCv it*u fcettere, My Cave Llfe*V Vickatyrg; Beatrice, Jt>y Julia Kar anagh f Lyra Americana; Two Pic- tures, 1^ M- «!• Mcintosh; A Critical Hutocy of l>ee Thought ;>UiuU to Riflemen; Handbook of Joining;— Thoaght« od Personal Religion; Hark- Seas' Latin Grammer and T^tn Read- er \ Qoaekenboa'a PrimaryaackBchool History of the Uaited State*; Quack- euboa's English Orammer aad First Book in grammar. i.,. Herbert Speneer has obtained very extensive r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 January 1866

w & m w jr- I Ur | tr -I ' n IN MK'.sOUI.-VM. rilUi4!o«l«I t'j Miss Auvietik J. Kr w«. irluwe rwnlu, brixhteae-l th# - >! puif -<>f iMiroixiui,'r'ssliori button-. Onwt in lowliness; a lorely,/.-ill!.-. Christian vfoiuh'ii; Ihe name of our wound* ! soldier*. tin- eonnoler of our ber««ved honai-holtli; no womnu tuna at ranger hold u|H>n the uu-niorjr au<l nli-etions of tiic aulforiug South.) + Ixisfyenr! the pines Wert" Mneinr In the Mountains tlic sou* f tht free; Last voir I the valley* wore ringing With the echoes otuirht from each tree. Int he valleys thu (baiiowa arc lylntr, Whureourb-riMS huttlwlmnl bind; And the mountain's plues art- aiybiuv A requiem over oar dead. Last year! brave hearts were koopiux In (lie front thy tlatr unfurled: Last ymr! atroue renters werort-apiujr III the tattle-tH-liltf the world. TltoSe reapers are all.ftly sleeping On tho Held wherejthey garnered their t,raln. Aud a n-itioa In chaliill* weeping Ceaselessly over hjr slain. nod irr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 January 1866

$ m. ■m §ri-*t'effcl<i l^trjraph oiwawT " . ** g fSif jjfcWiry W, ">m*C ftMtor wl TfMr-M««. Lowfcm U in town, j yfll oblige by cal pg on the editor. A ehrUtipn air aditor or jwblUW df a flheedh journal,—to one of tibe mo«t —hwtrlr m«b witk which any'country «i%e bleat. Journalism having be- , nothing to more important, as (■ the. ltfflkert}js«brirtin# ♦hwn that it should be mui«> the influence of une- —uat vappott l moral*, and that it phoult} be >6t the flisMniinatioa of am#** •entimeuts and virtues, i Ml. detnpting fiftttthe ue, which is very high drarch press, we feel impelled to de ■-« . . • ..*A.f. a-fet - *. liis MIMVUflMgnMi r is, not so hwaafcdfth'e times a specially eocle- , whioh we already a christian secular press jtt^jcfreamt a christian christian civili- 'sgi christian prin- ht^Fwidespread These remarks have been caused by -AJMttee fat ffe 8*1*4 JWfc,-of the death of Mr. Gerard iiallcck, the vet- «m> editor ef tho Journal qf Com mttce. Mr. Halleck was bo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 January 1866

ppof (id <>ci<y, ''pwd- <ct or e is a wi>h e rti«h tht>ir time* t <>iilj iliood and lerarj I, etc. |niu(f pom- Ion, rate** ■ wita, ."ton. Ilidi'ii. ht of rB land I Fnr It he laj>- ■nr. Id." l.ifl [on rk- Irttl |<'H- Ixi- Jnt Irt. IaII Uri-lfteellg ItUgtaph HonHtin. January 28, 1866. TEXAS ITE9IS. Tho Waoo Register gives the fol- lowing election intelligence: In Bosque and McLennan counties, as reported by our special correspond- ent, Col. Gurley is elected by a small majority. In the District composed of Coryell, Erath, Hamilton, Brown, etc., we gather that Col. Jas. M. Norris is elec- ted. In the District composed of Bell and Lampassas, Mty. Lamdus is said to be elected. In the District composed of Hill and Navarro, Capt. J. S. Halbert is said to be elected. From Falls county, Gen. Shields is reported elected. The following is from the Waco Register: M From what we can learn the freed- men, for the most part, in this vicini- ty, have made contracts for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 January 1866

MISCKLLAHiOlS. II tm... I x-tiwhA i v 3.A--I OH**m .an '""Willjtlii ** '*> ;? .1 n w>I>ji ■J'JbwaWi Ktii*u* f) Oft. MACCIKL'* PiLL. Is-', "||"' fwnuwm^Yrik Mm**** ■ .. i:nfnm> f4Uyrii4 * A ■m.st Amdtl MutA**■V i, una Wholesale -I niUBS.lM & DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS fc SHOES, liiMltfW'll lii mi i > a fliiiWjry'^a'-'IKriniim. KABDWARE, FANCY GROCERIES, Woodware, Tinware, &o., &c. Kennedys Building, ah. COMMISSION MERCHANTS Ki. ftciimers Wtbnliurtou, Thaineis and C K. Lgyy.jy^y^Wwnl ul juen'a clothing. which will l«- W~Z& WffOTTA =ksjw Touti, wmm-Krt&j-a^a tunTisffmffiiif *%&*"***'*bB"M lri <horn of r mC'-at DUSK f PRESTOM, : .TT fcfrUMdy't Huildln |^lVoT0tN(*2 CMJTHISGI ANDBHOEa, dvf.il «• Prestos. itwat An Eternal Spring! ieMUi ry UmiIo! pry Uou.U: Wwmmt • Theee ^wpi W **«pedl &2 Joatraetiived.amWor saht at low Ukuv**, a hoi jaUjawi retail. rtwiw Cantons "tSVw* brown domestic*, skirts SOTTA /-r.sfr m bharhed over ;n* hesitate then, bfi ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 January 1866

C "** The Oalve*tou mall cloaca ererr Mondar «b<1 8at- •"JlV srerjr Wednesday ud Priilaj at Tka Oalreaton mail arrive, ererr Monday and 8a t- 1 Tuesday and Thursday and arda^ aMl A. M., and erery TfcsI Central and Eastern Tux a. mail arrives every day, (Sunday aacepted,) at • P. M„ and eloeea every dav^exoeptaaaiUy.tattA. M. , To* wberty Aid MMaoot mail arrive* «*renr Tuea- 1 't.TU'ir*<1*fc sudBatartny at 4 P. M., and oluaes hy- T Monday. Wednesday. and Friday at T A. 11. Hmsim Church Directory. • • }!'• Ourti*, Rector. ■riaoorai... H v. Mr. B^SMorV iUi'.'iV-"" S*T- ?.'t'parnefc temp'y Pastor. Lutmkram. . .Rev. G. Brian. Pantor. asanas Mxtuouut..Rev. Printing, Faator. — ..Bryant hM received the N. 0. papers of the 23d torn Also several kind* of literary Rud other papers. lie :h always ahead in furnishing the public with news. —— The Houston Turn Vert in Society will open a German and English fchool at their hall on Thursday, February 1st. If the Turners have taken this matter ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 January 1866

«N(I'S H*w YOSK, J*n-J2tb. 1865, Uiiuf called imagination in " sr. Its inventive power* arieojatfoa,. ana it iw t, plausible, romantic • ai makinJL oominon a Mk^wmelTpei its flintaitic gambela. tlpt one Indulge* it thougli mid ex us, that our Billy ftmbolter* moat be ,'JuWl whin are and fantaaiea for eoura- ia not always its pleasant it frequently ns of our na- cool. , who imagi- a oreat offender. It i OOirith more (ban rs'ss Icide: is the *nd has no rea? existence. 'Hte real place is common place, with nothing about it to remind one of the village I have been wont to shot my eyes, and nee, for lo! these many years, and with nothing about the inhabitant* to make me remember the jolly farmers, motherly matrons, and pretty blue- eyed damsels with milk pails on their beads, who use to be conjured up by swjssac-'fcrt good-bye Geshen, henceforth you have no existence to me. lfy Goshen has been destroyed forever, and in its place stands a little, old, foriorn village, with nothing to rede...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 January 1866

■a y;1 TH£_CITY. — Tbo Mmmert Era No. 3, Silver 3, Indian No. 2. Rob Roy and Colonel arrived from Galveston yesterday ling laden with merchandise consigned ' merchants. . Business on tb« steamboat landing* hirely closed at present , aud no boats i the dredge-boat. A -The drege boat has eommeooed work it and if U dont break down will i have the bayou in navigable condition le oUy It is now working In the vi- ly of Schrimpf s landing, about % mile the city. Engineer Alien informs us I the bayou will b placed in good order Ibrfut one mouth. The steamers cannot le up to this city at present, but are ed to l ad and unload below town. The pmen have plenty of business now-a- -Officer Hennessy teturned from Qal- sday in Custody *y kton Thursday evening haviug a freed |d in custody who was charged wittt dum* Creed* was furnished lodgings in the laling slaty dollar* "from auoi ku. He was furnished -lodgi >inty boarding house and will have to stay Bre a few weeks Of course, the tax payers I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 January 1866

ggj^j m £? §S§P7' T~' •j^nHiww B. , and not 0. W. Wbltmore. *« OSTeat*® in From ft® Tyler Reporter we take „ jwos, in view of the fact DMMfc of the freediaen in their - -- ■*■'■' *'*-■-■•■ -- -A-- * - d the marl vos bornea and gonfe to work. A* the case liere, moat of them ve preferred hwu^iathe country. ly ttte dentana. vve'troet Witt continue until all oar doabt* on thi subject are re- >• tjperved. . ■; A/jT'x > > j The lfarahall Republican nay that * tbt T^mVan nnt in the m family of Eev.Siehnwi Lane, of that Four of bic children have in frfaogd- ; waa unfortunate. Hiabrotb- y,1a moving from Alabama , «o)#tract«d the dtowe oh It waa no* known until reached the residence of the Bfpa ay .: ><>« ., "/I b <U' 5 Jeffcrwu J implicate bait an < toit," cnii of 80,000, Witixtiw rigbt aueb a county ought tbe third city in estate. uft Convention do, «r ia tbe quo*l,iou now . There is one con- er, fdnoe tbe election ia . ie, that we have «ome ablest and most far-seein...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 January 1866

TBI-WEEKLYTELEftl I * ri VOL. XXXI—NO. 142. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAy, JANUARY 31, 1866. jWHOLE Ntt 4890. DARLING t MERRIMM, white kid*. No. X colored kfd8. VAN ALSTYNE'S BUILDING, i tr>" 8. L. IIOHENTHAL & CO. AUCTION AMI) COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREET. . SouMtoa, Tex«a. WILL MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES black kids. ON 4LL RINDS OF tMClBROHANDl SIX3. auction sale* / i KVKJVY TUESDAY and THURSDAY , Ciimmonciiiii at lu o'clock, A. M. LAHGf AUCTibN SALE! TELEGRAPHIC. MAIN STREET, \ White tarl^ton, ,t ' A.-'-: ' * ,> -x fQ 5S f Wines, i&fet < JfAi HOUSTON, Texas, .W&W-'S pu,•#*.*■ tarleton. ARK I? it « blue tarleton. DAILY RECEIVING i I m- 4 li balmoral skirts, (SPRING COLORS,] S. L. HOHENTHAL & ,00. Will sell at THEIH AUCTION LtOOMS. Main Street. Thursday, February 1, 1866 At lu o'aliiek. A. M. -T— f lorne aud desirable stock of goods, comprising groceries, Liquors, Brandies, Whiskies, IfM, dtt. Sugar and consignment now crop Havana Sugars—In Itoxet. Other article...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 January 1866

S K«**k*a. iaaaarr *0. !*<*& TELEfiRAPH •r «* y«MiNfk .....1.1T.B.0I zirSTfc -| m>m r. - •<;,/ •yffjEjfcs • « PM m " Sift > J^lJt^PPWklMlu5''' •" f." W^tiwiArfjwrkFMe to 0 tat* at 41m l U w- ow * &«t <& •#*' > Jl WmP *:«*j H ■ fi ■ ■ # |J IJ * r*4i PrlftM* •VimIIIA itifiru) ratfg, rrjpv™ as ue**« ltoiied, the Hob. John Bell, :.wf i«bHAV of the South the Presi the mokt cpta- or«u ■o far m the Prerident U concerned, he will be no awe penitent in re- commending • modified negro suf- frage, which would never practically allow any but a' very few negroes to vote, ttian he has shown Umseltf to be In regard to the election of men to Congress and ^Governorships who can take the test oath. Since Abe Radicals have adopted thi? course they have, we are decidedly inclined to beliero tlmt Southern Con- ventions and Legislators* should go no further in their action thAiijsdefi aitdy .insisted upon in the President's restoration programme. Since' they ha^e adopted the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 January 1866

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Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 January 1866

\ V t \ 31, 1866. asawnsxtsM: ,tm El uim a< iritW pf f^PIP i to Club. t th follow- will diow the WJ*W oa editorial imm ~ T.T,"r" F*W^f Tr <x Ti)fW4NM)> !* «•• Line for eaoh WW n fix. Pr war.of the fiacte. Be- ware as ploth- m on returning he close of a Spring lost impossible to tin those greatpub w ™„„—*fcwhich are so acces- sary to the gvmmetrio&l and mature * 5?LW /e f„,v. dffiltpMnt of a country. We tall .- -! them continually, and seem- importance; accomplished hat little or Since the war closed, al- iw bs,ve beoofo* as poor as a mouse, or m that venerable 1 man of the land of t we have talked but i things, tad ly haw barely thought fte vcqt public tjjSm enterprises whioh we war seem IMk ,u ■, * ■ -* ■ infancy of thepm- we have heard of the *. <* from Savannah, I wU HWM of the fh* •wth.the growth of he? cities, the btrilding of her railroads, the (development of her ■mfrttam, th« lnereaee of her population, and the towwiMe of her political power! Ana how differen...

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