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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 June 1866

«> ,1 ' I o i J. DaoORDO VA, .,->• GENERAL LAM) AGENT, Kimball, IIomjuc fount)-, Tew*. UK THRIVING V1LLAUK Or KIMBALL If ittOltM OB tM VNtbtUl(lflb« B flre mile* a bore wieo, and ten mil— Btvar. sssssramse So paw Is the mountain a Ho pare fa the mountain air oft That peraoiis in a delicate state ct this air haa oa tfce appetite* of flaton. Iter %te<£Wg£B r eery often cUd to id com dodcori and fat baoon between meala, ao that their companion* may uot think that they are croaa Mere when they occupy their seata at the regular meal*. , , In this villas* there la one ol the heat conducted pri- mary school*, under the chaw ol the Her. Milton Jones, of the Methedist Kpiacopal Churvh. an«1 hi* wife; and aothre efforts are about to be used to build up one of the beat _ **nterpri«e haa been Ktmt>elta«<rtw-""^ schooU in the South. Thi* ununited by the citizens uf , UTid iMttri* **«t*m4e4 to and aMiUted by the cititeua of Hill county, livinx on the tne Hrer Braao*. To aid thi* uw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 June 1866

HI |p2ltl 1 AB. STRKNHNBKilJ, 0HARLB8 KMSLKK (}. W CARTKR. SOCIETIES. Holia.d Ltdge, N«. 1—A. F. JL A. .M. CLOTHING. l a* made Eogl&nd (he riebeat country lnHhe world. The exhaustion of her clothing i cloth!.|6 lj stebhebbeeg, kessleb &co., WUlklUML* 8t*ted Meeting* held on the Slid and 4tb W M ot-hdnyn of each month, at the Judnon build iu* on Main street. Sojou ruing brethren ic good standing are tavited to attend poMetftioo of toes i of both «rtieU in (UTES, DEMERITT ft CO ME £2.1866 HOUSTON, 010. H.Baiaoaoiurt, «. A. KORSOARD.W. M Manufacturer* 4 Dealer. to grocers lOmaalMtl ('«rre p* udface ■ . 8m*k**warT".Jane 12th, I860. Editor TtUgraph: Since my retard sMMHyiHfllH M m oy BPw«*;to 9*( MiW tta my friend* jwiiwn , < ki>l«ee to My a b««tt MiBe upw wjwte.Uwt, de-' . There 1* uuue, k wae, deliberate . r,Jt two negro boy# i their live,*,w (the affray, as Uieui stated to other on the plantation oh _moruiag Mere leavipg bW, th t they never expected ► return, that they e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 June 1866

A i f) • 0 (') © 3) BY TELEGRAEH ! (•aid 30 3>H- Cokoi 39 to 41. Special DUpatoh to Dully Te'egraph. : ; ,j Jackson, June 20. New York, Jane 19.—Cotton dull; «>to41. Gold 50 3 8. Washington, June 19.—The Pres- ident sent into the Senate the nomi- nation of Qov. Holder, of North Car- olina, as Miuister to San Salvador. In the House. Garfield of Ohio,, vailed up demotion to reconsider the vote os tiro bill to establish a nation- al bureau of education. The question being put, tlie* x>: tiwn'prevailfed. The bill wan then Tead to the third time, and passed bkv a vote of 80 to 44. _ , I . ' ' ' 9 ■)>■:■' Ttmter front Mexico 2 i "fsinl DUpatok*" .. .11 Gai.veston, June 20, lddd. The U. S. transport Crescent has arrived from the RioGrande, brlngin-r a RioQraude Extra of June lHtlt. A stage from Cainargo, only twenty hours from tliat place, came in lust night, and brought the startling intel- ligence that 'the Matamoraa convoy had been attacked within three lea-' gues of Carnai ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 June 1866

m I'JilLlUlJiLL-J—L!1 . 11 ■ i J %ousten &elegwp&. •f Sm WuckAXH. HOUSTON. JUNE 22.1806. OT" l?m>T UTKOQ to a 8ami Tnnltil Afmt for Uw Tsuciira. Bar MR. JOH.1 B. LUBBOCK, JM. Bro.-l.ay, Nvw Tortt, I* tfa* (MtbortMd x*n« of th* TRLKMUNf lo t!w Clir of K« Vort. . TBU7BX-hril« tiMwr. Ball—To-nisht—Av*ora BIJB9PBAN AVFAtM. We have bud no later dispatches on European affairs than those pub- lutamt, to the effect: that tlip Con- to be held At Paris for the adjustment of the difficulties gub • sitting between the leading contineu- .-) tial powers, had been broken np by the withdrawal or rather refusal of Austria to a pat^r to the same, after having previously accept- •g^%Hl l«ri&IK . ItnoUouKM. Ihu 41 effort, for . (wnbl eolation mast be made by the belligerents for ■00 and by themselves alone, without any aid from the gseat neutral powers. Tk© telegram added, that the London Twm coowdwre war aa inevitable. It la ImpowlMn tit spatches so simple and categorical; yet there are...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 June 1866

■' !■(' s nn • I Jt I j § THK CITY. SPECIAL NOTICES. ft It rained yesterday 'acd the mid aheue at t!*• ►•tine time. lt* Mild that th«*d««il in Uoytfiair hi* wIfe when such happens. We voi'tM he would flog her. very often. How deliriously cool and invigorating the atmosphere becomes und*-r the influence of aueh op- eration, and how the gveat •trope of raio glitter like diamonds and pearls, aether fall! And then bow beautifully fresh It makes the roses look, like queens crowned with their raidant diadems, and rejoicing in t heir conscious beauty! And how they die peuse their fragrance on the cool air. actually iutoxicai in* ua with a pure delight, similar, no doubt, to the state of feeling lu which apirita exiat in the Bit-need Abode ' Verr often flog your old lady we prar thee, Mr. Devil. We art pleased to learn that a branch of the F reted man's Baring a and Trust Companr. chartered by Congreee/ls to bt etUbHshtd in this city, on the 3d. of next month. It, ha a not transpired, an re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 June 1866

(ke People. SBA20&1A OOCKTV. •8a*?>r Pojut, Jam W, ftfld. m tfee trtuup. Since the litem to tht "pl*co, HUii time fte yet X have j thus I e - Itk M lament- tine*" ull-lnpoiUnt; At placea where «ed to MMmble erery for the wowhip of God,, would take ioto consideration that \ moraentous subject of large proiwunded o-" IW #"l llll the whole world and Joae his own •oolf It would be well also for our people to consider another question whteli bids fair, ere long, to become a practical one in many portions of our country, that ia. whether they- Are ■ willing that , the influence# of our holy chmtmuijtj shall be entirely with- drawn from their midst t It is a fact well kaewa that many of our most aty, Capt. F. A. $eeley, Su- Jent of the Eastern District, i cultivating a^foruwn^ Waync^coun- ftf SubXuince at Newbera, it a part- ner in a Arm in which a Mr. Brqoks, of MasMichusetts, is a leading mem- ber. and which Ami* running at least a dozen plantations in the South. It has also been ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 June 1866

© VXLLOTEB.lt. The Fenians are Concentrating! GOOBMlX.l. PRICES! n ■ * * tt.E.YETlKlNS *;€£." UAVERtUBrVKD, Att) ARK NOW OPENING •'• i I \ nrvt. OHJWJSrilB fell Largest ft tut IwtOompLito Stocks . >-) A 7/i.Hh^! to .a .Vr MX U, MILLINERY |: Mrf 11 -<i . frAM&v. ,.h) 7«'J Mca N-TH1S The Gbesit MMeetine in Prices, Vr**^8; . a «*•„- > a.^-' . We are that enabled to ofier to our hieiids Goods M tated in our hnadina. In making thta announcement we a k parties denl- Sem£lreaf°^,t0* *° °* **amlne and Judy* for Ou^ooda were purchased directi* from Importers, and in tine White Good* and Dreaa Trimmings we • j Challenge Competition! CO. HAVE SUMMER SI1.KS, Go. have Oruniuiiutiit, ERKINS & Perkins dc _ _ _ Perkins it tin. hwre Mol*t Porklub & Uo. have Balsa; P.-rkln* * I'orkim <k Purklu* it Oo. have , Parkirn A- ~ • I'erkius £ nges. inne*. Jn. have Pari sin u Etrliits. >6. have Bilk Clmlle. lured Ri)bi-h Perkiiui A. Perkins dc PerkIuh k Cu. havo *enuino Jrlnh Poplin....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 June 1866

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. , COMMISSION MERCHANTS r UOATNKH 4 BKO , ( omuiisslon in Forw anting Merchant<, ^ MEDICINES. SADDLERY. Com. Mer'U-Cottoa Faotora SOUTH u ir war*, &4ma. Ala. WAKE & BROTHER, FACTORS, J. E. WlHTAIttlt, COMMISSION MERCHANT, SADpLERY AS A SPECIALTY ! If. SCHMIPT TIN WARS MANUFACT U KEB NAVA&OTA, TKXA COTTON MajKM iwto. DEALSS 19 ittuN rw street, Houston. May Idt LAWTMEK k GARY. WUOLEMJGE GMOCERS COMMISSION MERCHANTS. D1ALUU IN WINEM AND LltltOH* ovtl-dtwly MASONIC BUILDING GALVKSTO.N A. s. AMBLER & CO 0 ■ A DCIiBRT OF xa* WWU4>! STOVES, TO AITO HOLLOW WARE 00*. TRAVIS and FRAIRIB ITUI HOCltTON. (Men tiom tlMwu^jvwitb MmW to. . MACCilk'l tfkU W. H. NICHOLS * CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, oct* HDH4. OaltNUa. dtwir Mo. Ml Or*Tier Street, T.W. BTBAND, GALYBSTOir CRENSHAW & CO.. FOKWARDINU A. i. BUJt&K, OoinmiMion Merchant, HOUSTON, TEXAS. Commission JfEtrchant*, DKALSRS IX DKY 0(W3>3 AND GROCERIES chttf fJUU* **W AND CKLAJBATXD OODKVTOTB I...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 June 1866

SPECIAL NOTICES. * * CITY splendid ploy at Ike (feted attke Unto hat aigfct U aa e surely crtd- aad Iilnt mj able ■■■■«. TV Hto« prnij (aai, hat aa* acar aa large at it oagfct to have Wfi. aarwm U1JM mm ta rqHt, Ma iiMi( tkt uinmBr tcknowladgod atiil ut at- tractiveness of tko play. * la fatal at tfcrilliag la. taraal. and lla mtitlkj wuk whick u wan preseatrd it la at* a «Ut Wai uj pana <rt pnteel la Haaatoa. laMiiaMMMk u wpam alL Mr. aad |ba. Bataa la Ha |ila<%al «tamwi of the play. wera tm Mm tkaa aaaally happy , and they wera aappoctnl with >||ii|iy .hliy by all of the acuta aacasad. Keith Euayd hb part aa wall that ha always ftllad the aadiaaoe with ancoa- tollable lai^kler. aad Xr. Wutiaan, aa the oU hn rjes was a* lalKk. easy, aad aa pleasant a* 1 AA MOUIIW TEXAS rUHR. Ito. mm lto. CtottK* ja^^MriTjd-^fcr-ta to *. B. All goads delivered la lh« cityfrvwof charge. Juae H-ll Brick Jltmchime. TP US NATIONAL BK1CK MACHINE la a CU satiSEsmeias sts offered to purchaser*of t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 June 1866

intl"*##.) wre wr* no let wbSttb one !erenc*< to time tit tU&u a riutoe in life msmoNM?, *ot Itxm, Si^SsnrSSSS. t trio « <■ principle, above iboliwwl in the l ear- 10# Cikriwtf and in _ _ ..-swan, taw pnncipw may be justifiably ioafc '«#. V be- come ineffective, inoperative; then it nay be diapeaaed with under all eir- cninstance#.; then thin whole tiling of Christianity >• a vanity, and the his- tory of it a mo t heart «ickei(ing fa- blc; then the whole life of Christ ia withoutsiguittcww, objoctleM, a mere farce, and onr preaching in conse- qneatly vain, and oar faith ia also vain. It perplexes me when I discover so tm'w |fe* '< i; - ■ - ff y in absolute darkness with - to" tiiatdivine philosophy underlying Christianity from one end of it to the other, namely, tftnt the martyr spirit is precisely ttw? spirit or power which alone presents the occasion* of mar- tyrdom, that the spirit of self-sacrifice potentially entertained, relieves as from the necessity of actual...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 June 1866

J VOL XXXII—NO. 43 HOUSTQN, AY, JUNE MON QUADRUPLE SHEET. TEXAS, WHOLE NO. 46 48. ALL WHO WISH " *H, T;'jv1' V* 'W HANDSOME AND CHEAP \ |i DRY GOODS <-'• i 'JkWdMlawM "i , . I . •>« . - • 1 :> -* '• ▲ >' ' ... ^ .■ .. , V .1-., -'if ■ i it ' ' ' ^ , v.. 1 V - . , • • 'V ' ■ *- * I - • -V * A *' #* TV'. WILL BUY 8. L. H0HKSTH4L « CO. AUCTION AND , 1 COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREET. Houston, Texas. WILL MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES OS ALL KINDS OF MERCHANDISE AUCTION SALES EYKKV TUESDAVand THURSDAY Conimen«l«ni at 10 o'clock, >. M. . S'... * Deet—dtwtf AUCTION NOTICE ! S. L. HOHENTHAL & CO. WILL SBLL OS TUJ2SD.1V, J MT 20, 1866, AT THKIR SALES ROOMS, MAIN ST., H00ST0N, A. MAMMOTH STOCK OF CLOTHING, AND FURNISHING GOODS, . ' Which in quality and style is superior ffltany Stook ever before ottered at Auction. AIho, ivlnrge Assortincutof Dry Goo(1h, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Cutlery, Notions, &c., &c., &c. In the Grocery Line we will dell 15# sacks Kio Coftee, 75 boxes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 June 1866

WE *lniMiMrHrflnKirM **?**'' S *** -rau <mw «W)m,a«lttrMrir HOUSTON, JUNE 23. 1880. mm fwm. f-C- Firjc.—About ii o'clock U*i night a fire broke oot in the boo* of Ur Crawford. Main Street, eomr Walk- er. a«d quickly consumed H. The adjoining buildings were ia great dan- gar, bat through tlte exertions of the i were mvhI. , The loa* I* con- , 'W ways than* iaachanre. W b two MMtqfehwl hwItm* «am bar. aadooe in the pulpit, who daring their days of ceoOegiate twin- ing mde it • poiat always to aay something. gued of bad, in the meet- ing* of the varioua debating societies to vfckfc they Wwgwl ■ The result waa mapAia$i lhajr bs«sao (MMMMd of int.Mwand fiueneyof speech whfafc I Om **jr ready . once knew acquired tbl* faculty to a great degree by hnrangmag ia the fields aa thoogb.be were belorewn audience. Lord Brougham remarks that this indispensable habit eaa lie acquired only ia youth, and should be sooght at any aacrifiee. The next step ia to convert this style of easy speaking int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 June 1866

lUporter is very cairn People of its county to undred thousand dollars . ( Uu- Ifedme:. s !!:rnu. stationed W t- * \.M cJ! the atteitfIon of the authority in siippoitof theconclusion, in fcegnm. It says they are instiga- . ** er to U e report ol Captaiu S. A. j But he isccrtuiiily uot hostile to the ting the negroes to sne I heir former ^or,luu"- i* published in to- Negro «ir indifferent to hU la to; oil ' owners for wage* for I*iS. which thev " !" j *1 « contrary, he propounds his policy <r *< count of a urpri<e o an Indian i at the interest of the Black himself, uauciu-iit. ia lit- •Ulu-a Le killed . pioperly understood. ere doing—thereby prod net n% match ia il*< attack Le killed u ThcTyletl! ly urgjeg lie p raise fooj- nun to be £np!oyed in the exteu iou of ■" r --« — ia ute att-ur* i e luu<xl , ptoperly understood. The war, be it the Souiiern Pacific Kailroad from vexat,ou aB<1 anaoyaaee. It statea a tfcjrty, woun.ed many captured five j remembered, has emanci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 June 1866

•* AnrKwTiMjve. BgSamSaSfr. AtnaHmrmnU is Bmittmw KaOtm, On* «Hhc«l|OW>Bilj iitJ/Mw*. j i:- eltlMr Itaily or *#5 Jte5«d5L «tik 9hm. O.Q.OlLLUPiZ.^^^^ HOUSTON. JUNE 25. 1866. -JUh M«aMltoW.' -^T« Morrow Nl«ht- The #ev. Dr. Win. Carey Crane trill preach in the Baptiat Church in this place to-day, commencing at 10* O'cleekA. M., Sunday Jane 24th. ~—- ' "BCC® I«03I©. Perplexed, disagreeing, each with a peculiarly shaded opinion, and all with an intense cariosity, and an in- voluntary a^miratioii, have the thoughtful «eept*# f past ages and , the numerous rationalists of the pre- ser t Uft*e studied the life and eharac- ' tor ofthafe aaguat and mysterious per- sonagewhom we call Christ." in gen- eral, ^hfte differing as to his merits and motives, tbey have agreed, in the truth of th® main historical facts transmitted in the. gospels, and have heli^ired that Jefc^s was a^rSlii man, a great philosophic a moralist. They hire been unable to conceive, and by a coarse of materi- ^ alitstie ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 June 1866

Vkh i irfcji*. i Ik- Arkansas river is on « iiijr rtun p^e. If is stated to be higher than t lias been 6inee 1p!7. It is playing ieatructicfa with crops. I lie Iiuleigh, X. C'., people propbse to erect a monument over the grave t f Andrew Johnson's father, Who u buried in that city. , "Mr. Sullivan, the farmer of 70,000 iH-res in Champaign county, IU., has I100 acres ot corn this year, and other crops in proportion. The wife of Capt. Vessels, living in Accomao comity, Virginia, gave birtli recently to two children, each having two heads, four eyes and three legs.; A correspondent of the Lyuchburjr Aeu># reports that John B. BalLwiu has prepared and will shortly resuo from the press, au nccount of the in- terview between President Lincolu nnd hnnself in J86t, wliieh will wear a d'fferent face from that given it by Jofen Minor: Butts; " Jeff. Davis, on being applied to by a pUot.ograpliist, declined to allow his picture to be taken. becuuBe he had changed so that his old friends wo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 June 1866

•<mM profafe w _____ «s^a. Tsg tTJtrzP* ***" ^"ssdEfes "p miscellaneous *TCIMI§ fa^fa* REGULAR IRON HOUSE IN TEXAS!! GROCERIES. J. & F. H. BAILEY, WHOLESALE GROCERS Near the Oatral K. K. Drpol. Miscellaneous. iNGi:iisoij> Cotton ami I.UKKM'OINT, l.ONi; W. AMI iti it Tvmr ■' -i mm >. Jm aat Cora. Mer'ts.—Grocers. J. T. & WM. BRADY llaj/m M9rt&s. ON'ii Wl. INGERSOLL to DOUGHERTY.' l2 — — ^ fa 1MB. Ml 11 SSSiS^** fa* fa'ULaa^aTj^'' (tfawfa •MalaaBtagfaaaaSafoailai ■ inilp ■■ I f—i 11 ' HEITMANN, COMMERCE STREET "■■i ■f W" It* IMU- j tmimrwiU bjit Ab fa tea iaaar a* —*—tt*~* i Mfc-K Mtr.LB «hi«atfita rNaMfti§Mr-CkM%|mlM tkuy (rfBor: mIhr^.M * tt.aaaart. T-agfaU. «• tfa W^UrrUl <****« «« l>"?—..L* *r**- Drw? **"*• ***: J warf tfa* dh.ll fa S5® BaB* laa sja® -- ■■ — ,a jy. v ike f«mr •* *•'"• SPRINGS. STEEL, IKv H AVE JIST KEOEIVKD- t 4mAr a W vejgfa mt a faf. ^ TmmL C«s Him m ft ^ S«tfc lmakct, fag «f Ik Stat. Win fal— " " II ll| ' t |wi(4 jnj. jufa *ia be trie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 June 1866

•4 Wr^fWM P V •ij«. ..V* ti . r&r -T* THE CITY. 'Xuoo Fiord," the lece pin Ted at the theatre Jfhfc U «"* °' "" m(Mt thoroughly enjoyable beautiful pieces let presented there. part enacted by Mr*. Bates—the priuiiple full of Interest, and allow* a rich scope development uf the histrionic *eiilus To say U nil filled ably and completely, would be oaly what e ery wi would expect from thl* ted and aeeomplUhed lady. Mr. Bate*'* ekaric- wtf neither 10 prominent nor etrikinc, but of be cave It *11 the force that could be iciren It' had the funny fellow, and rendered hinisei' iely fnnny, Indeed. e would pursue the matter further, but what raor- CfH write when auailed by a treat arm of Infurl' oaiuitoea * The "Kin* in the Park" wa* vety rolrtb-proroklnr Aurora Floyd will appear again to night. — That wharf gets along mui<t oiuiuably alow It* haan't «ot the wherewith to lubricate the Joints the laborers, nor to supply t Item with the needful , City Valliers, l«p ou the tax est.wiwa dow...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 June 1866

0 "mrLBKBick m&m i « '&^°j£&e£'.:«!« I 55 ■m;wa| ;:::::: 3 S I i:::: u £ 2 m.UII * lea I t35 fib !«>«• VKkw.?:::;.t' Chlorate ■itnttBH Via* seed. •'bb... Anwonia/n. Xitn. u. Ppil il & I ,s BCOOHUI 1 0# * I so ,«V Sf SK' /• ' *«!* ft, • Oai., willow boaad, rto It M a J *" " " S - .... • • Loaf Oru h«d ... powdered.. Looitiau*. brown. T«4I. • Imperial. ^ ® 1 15 Gunpowder.. I to Br** i fHaSwf fi5 gouchong 1 '' Tobacco. Choice brands, Virgiun S£ .. HjMouri 40 Or f JUM.... JJ gWsq-afi, waoM g * Biiiy ," ,.*. «# John Ai*Km «, fl«« Ml grw. ... J Holai'r. line cut, grow 3 So Vint.*, Ciller, gal. w.*w. Port, f Hal. uffi7TUur Malaga. nroct^ fS Claret, BonL J> cask 13J Cliami«f ue. f* do* 14 Whukby. . Mountain Dew | gaL. Plkoe, ■eel . . Sealer. ,£x8" Itaxt* Bourb RecUr. Wooi, V. Mexican, #> m American, Improved.. Merino* to 00 <g l« I 4 ^ u n 17 @ - MISCELLANEOUS uu«. wrnp^.., ucket*, pcrdox 3 00 5 00 jetp, l*r Paper, l?ttor„ V ream " print. " foolhClip " Eg**, V 4o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 June 1866

■ v.i? * ■■■ . the Peniaas tfiOODS IT jj/ f. PRICES! H. E. PEftKIVS * CO. UriMuri B«rt t'MnpM* SlMfes MAT* or l)EV «0« 8, MILUSEBY A!ID FANCY GOODS. foduteflm wi,je«fmi| Wttniku«uliMli>glc(ti/0« bi kmt.n^kndiw. -SKS«SE3Kii!E?w±iS Challenge Competition '"iVrfca, t&j&sjass** #UJU- H-rtra« k Co. tULTv fmiu a c... h « P rkioo * C.>- ban hiUai drO^ DRY GOODS. GUILBEAU, HERMANN * CO. ' uuwtiu * >ukni n * Foreign A imrieu Staple Dry findi cbockeeies. iron * Bamrat UmIWi SulMia*. l GREEN & GREENE, SEALERS IN DRY G000S, GROCERIES, 4 Aft wi«n M 4*Jw ■■chant*, 1***1 mjUmi i «i—. m. isi.ll Sijcwr 'Jim MARBLE YARn n • w e*o. mm a-*. sou ll* *r Shi 8M. ■ Lverr StaHaa 4 jgjjMg Bead of Brick VWl " " i " , soernnr** A B B I A O * D E P O Tf UiLTltTUN, STEAM D. JLW?BRADPORDi i «. U. Huaeiuc *. U. DH1IU.A ■AKOOBUD * DK L'MLI, Unpertar* A Wkotatoli ' RUUttll HBHMTtfli -! ISOBt WINKS, BEANDIES, Ac. Am* C«aaaafaaim I IIIU< RIMt,Oil< 8. dtwly UKfctiUIt \ , ul Houttou. With Ja*tM...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 June 1866

r- :m- '.j *1 ■mlil.il «MM «r «u 9w«.« JtetfiS* mmtmurnj irioar irtko e Off ,ja#t ",C ihd lilgfa- and good will it not bappj loved onea enjoy r 0l , hotr it mttktw 04 wtah thera! I have two ninis- aftnh, ami pant am th#y «ame to me in Air would ycm rifle tlie r««t foracbo*en eiotie, aad, fUtii# your g*M o* that one. suffer the other* to bloom on ia twadwired uerfectt There i no re- t ideal <>f your*, therefore love it not, Love your rate, your fellow-crejtturos—not fur their error*, ~ 11 the our I i \ v I ! ft . NHajfc;?? ',t ► V f - M I mw ^ lii# loving word*—but not of earth- noulckn**# and pato were there to mar our h p iu<«8. I awoke and wait happy. I felt that they had ,J6eeti watching over iw slumbers to nnfoid to me visions of nappiuen* that would be mine when all earthly things had passed away. ''Whom the Lord loveth he cinwteneth." 1 bare felt of late that ,1 b«d nothing to live for in this world; but it was a aelftah thought aud I have prayed to overcome it. Thk r...

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