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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1865

®w-WrehJjj$clcip)rfi l a i idT m:hs, Nkw York. o. ;ui' Ct,SVFM*l>, Olilo, ft ;>t. V.l—The Ro- ligLov.s Convention again met this inoruin^ and proceeded with the second day's busf- Chief Justice Chase made an eloquent tipt'ccli, paying high c<>mpiimeuis to the labors of the I'uitcd States Christiuu Com'- mission. Chitf Justice Clmse was ehoseu Pit-si- dent, the Rev. Dr. Durbin. Vice President,! and \\ . h. Hoadirmi!, Secretary, of two ' largo meetings, held this evening, which i weiw addressed ly I),-. Dnrbln, R, v Xlr Morgan. and others when the Convention I adjourned mne die. ' Nkw Yoitii, Sept. ti'd Arr-if1"' v\nw?° bl!s^teJPthiifi chair appointed .T.t'hn IlT iuallon" P. 1 rvJJtcu bo'ds of ono i Chew, nuil Claudius W. ijiot who pre- nted the foMowim two d mid t wenty, nvt-tvvt'uty dt-muuiiiation hundred and sixty-two. ot live hundred aa „ , . „ . September V!>. —August LeJniout £ Co., hankers, yesterday had K", \^e- ty-tn e thousand dollars stolen trom thrir — is un...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1865

ii ri of it wii ©01 whi too «Ukl nait will .WwMgicIejjwph K. H. CWttWG, Editor and Proprietor. HOUSTON, OCTOBER C. l«6f . msssbss^1^11 A firat-clftM Job Printer cttn obtain •aployaeBt by applying immediately at W« once feared that, •hould tbe Sou th- orn foople be oteroome in the struggle in whidi they had engaged,tb« spinal streugth •f their oharoeter would be broken, and that their worth M a people would be cn- tiraly lost. Tbe inexorable logio of errenU ha« led ua to different conclusions and to hotter hope*. The destiny of the South is aov to bo attained in the obaracter of lier people and the developmnet of he? re. sources, and not in a separate Nationality. The separate Nationality would have been a failure unless the desiderated oharae'er and the latest resources bad been develop-' ed; and wo fear they would not hare been Ono thing is certain; the institution of ilavery, while it produced wealth, leisure, and refinement, did not produce that iron strength neoessary to suooeed...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1865

The Citv. LETTER FROM NEW ORLEANS. hi nearly every State by tha best informed I i | fashionable people, except Texas. Fashion i The steamer Sunflower arrived from ' >s itideed a tyrant, ami rules with an iron I Corresfondoncs ot he P*iljr T«!egrtph. Galveston early yestarday morning, loaded j r°1'- M*kt way tor the "Imperial bonnet" New Ouleaxs, Sept. 19, 1S65 lo her guards wi h merchandise consigned other interesting fashions. They ate The Times of yesterday veiling prom- to merchants of our city. | doubtless coming. j iiBtl ,0 ny bel(,nf ,ht1 pujJlio a^Wel"* City Sexton Pannell inlorms us that j . . number of freedmen and women | 1 n>g exp-eted election proolauiaiion ; bui there fcas not been an interment in any of i ''J us eity b«vi formed themselves into a j die document does not appeir this morn- the cemeteries of the city since Sunday last, j Mutual Aid Society. Kach member pays jug. Governor Wells has jn.<i reurned Tho city is remarkably healthy now. j ^ 'inflation f...

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

o it «« wi •0 wl IO< «il «« r*1 wJI We find following In ilia editorial «ofrespondeuc3 of tb<s Victoria Adrocate. Thn writer and the Judge (White) are one and tbe satn* person: HAUETTnimJLE, Sept. Uib, 1S6CJ. On Monda/ laft tb«; TH. trjct Court wa.1 called; preiftnt, the .Tudgo; Thomas A. Heater, Ct*rk; A. K. Foster, Sherifl', and Wesley Ogden, District Attorney. It ap- *pearinir that no Grand Jury had bccu sum- moned, the Judge made an order for the array to be summoned to appear at JO 4'clock Tuesday, which done, on Tuesday the jury wa* ctnpanneled and charged as required hy law. There was nothing pecu- liar or remarkable in the charge that I dis- covered at th6 time; but since, I see in the Galveston Notrs of the lltli, that the lion. L. W. Cooper. In Crochctt gave a different charge as to former slave*. "He charged that in law, these persons stood in the re- lation of white men ; bills of indictment eould be found *^a?ni t thorn as against whito men, and they were mbiect t...

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

Tito Citv. The poo l steamer Ru'liven arrived trcm Galveston yeeterliy niurtiiag with a v ry n-y kmj of treiglii. Thanks to her «.-i.; wiu IVi iho Uiesl p tpers. Tho steamer Arizoua departed to Galveston last evening loaled dowu to her guards with cotton. Our old frien>1 Col. W. T. Austin is now oup '.pK l un a ootton fnotorin this city. j . (Jjiuiiol hiisBteu nauy climbs iu this ?' .'c *itici his residence her®. lIeu«eJto hunt. over the grounds where this city now slamis in company vri'hhis old friends the In ii Hi!?, and was ihe firtd. merchant fri ir'i i tj'i-ir«(. ' it - *T I" to many of (he planters of this ti vljo jjivt! him i;,l tho v/ork ho BY TELEGRAPH. Special Dlapatcta to P. lly Telegraph. « Galveston, Oct. 4—3 of the 1st just received. MISCELLANEOUS. EDUCATIONAL Kl'V im CuL^u p ' COOK 4 COLLIER, Gai.tksto.n-, Oct. 4—New Orleans papers i a, ttorawyf At Xjaw th« 1st (i.at I COL11 TWiAH * resau.ed (litir loruit'i co-partu^rtblp re New Yobk, Sept. ii8—Mexican advices1 U p...

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

I N * New Y*rU BcpaMicaa Stale Cmtm. ti«a—The BcMlaiirai. We giT6 the resolutions unanimously adopted by the Convention, as we find them in the N. Y. Tiuies: Resolved, That we congratulate the people of this State upon the overthrow of the rebellion and the return of peace to all ■eetione of our eommoa country, and that We find in the preservation of our Union, the re-establishment of the national author- ity, and the extirpation of slavery, ample recompense fur the Bufferings and sacri- fices by which thesa resul'9 have been achieved. Resolved, T iat to the soldiers and sail- ors of ail ranks and iu nil departments, by who sa Yalor, under Divine Providence, this great result, has been ncoomplished, 1 and who have, by their heroism, shed new Jtnd undoing lustre on tho American name, we return the heartfelt thanks of a grate- ful people; that, r/o r*-n«w the demand ma'!o ty the Natijiial Union Convention at Baltimore, that Adequate provision be jcade by the National uuthoiities for t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 October 1865

If I W Hi 1 THK HOUSTON TRIWEEKLY r VOL XXXI HO. 93 HOUSTON, MONDAY, OCTOBER^ mm VJ« JL%aXJLJL II, WHOLE NO. 3699 GALVESTON. A. C. & BOH, Cotton Factors and Committion Merchants, 8 C'KAND Mm Oal «*ro«. Take thia occaalon V" «ay to M r h nU and Hl n- ten that wa uw* — H rth r* tttit, and that un- der no oireumetaneek *1" *?, «° £ being free from all peeouiary liabilities, *or or South, the proceeda of th* Hl« of prodaoe till always bo ready, and thai '• will not.reoelve acy cotton of questionably rl|hli. Will pay freight* and charge* on eoitc a consigned to aa aid fornuh B.sgtug and-Rope. jat,a 14 twGm. A C. KoKtlil A BOW. GEORGE WYTHE BAYLOR, RecclvirK.ForwardloK and Commission Merchant STRAND. GALVESTON., BEOS 1 -nvt to Inform hi.* trkri'U K<-ii-r*ilv i EDUCATIONAL* P. W, SMITBi TEACHER OF MUSIC LAUKANGE, TBXA8. TERMS, (strictly In advance,) 937,90 (specie) tor M weeks, Including as# of Piano. • sort? wSra* MISCELLANEOUS. ,and"th oieHs" especlsiiy, that he h s opened « (Jeoe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 October 1865

• VWtitUa f.* T*k nr'nb. Weimar. Ukdir th Stcamobi, Oct. 6, *66. . Snail indeed U the Duchy pf which t U<« olty is the capital, and on* oentempla- « tiog its history is rsmiaded of those lines talfieah, "Thou, Bethlehem KphraUb, t though thou bo little among the thousands o1 Judah, out of thee shall eome forth « unto ibs that 1* to be a ruler iu Israel,— tfor there tho groat masters of Gsiaaa ilte- : raters arose, and liks a fountain of bright waters showering beauty and magnifiesaoe, a i ou'y upon ihe hills of ffelmar and tho sparkling Llem, but irrigating all tbo laud and making Germany bud and blossom )ike tho gardens of the East, aad tbo ■whole world to rejoice in thi perfume and vfcoauiy thereof. And for u«, who fret aad worry **th painful eare at tho abeenoe of material wealth aad power, an oaoonraglsg festl- asony la given ia Bacon's ofuquoted aph- ■ orism, that "Knowledge fs power," aad • that the oaly truly'great, and worthy, and naatmg things aro the meatal and spiritua...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 October 1865

NEW AlWKRTtSEMNTL lavkk. m. k. flake Mill om LI H SCHOOL IvM. fur bnvK iiinl irirls, at her residence, comer of Texan Avenue uud Nun J no into St net, ou Monday, ttvUibvr 9th, I865." oct9-dlw Black Oats. CAA BUSHELS BLACK OATS, for planting or feeding stock. slfrnnient, for Mle by Houston, October 9, 18*15. Just received, on con- I1K.NKY BAM1HON. twat Cabbage Plants. -g A VARIETIES of CABBAGE PLANTS for I A bale, ttU of which are the product of I.an- dreth's 8CC48* 0 , P. J M AM AN, octtMt Spring Garden, Houston. Land for Sate. nESIDBS my New Washington plaoe, I offer for ■ ■ aalo all my cattle, horses, hog«, tie., consisting of fire hundred head of cattle—eorne of them of the 1 will also soil all uiyland* lu Texas, 4000 acre* of which are on Galveston B Durham breed. #of w ' is to raise cash, and ni iu selling is to raise casli, and niy term* wJ as to induce cash investments. Apply to r 1'. Thompson, fcsq., Houston. JAMES M< October 9, I8C5. • Business Cards. WE AKE in receipt o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 October 1865

ilti-WwMgStlejiojiIi g. B. CUSBIKO, Editor and Proprietor HOUSTON OCTOllE R 7, 1865. A Urn-class Job Printer did obtain Msployaunt by applying immediately at tirfeeftoe. We kvn an impracaion that in tbe dls- Incident to the reorganization of ptrtiee i* this country, which followed the eleee of th« war, wo may fall Into some of tbe errore whioh led to ao much trouble Mid bloodshed in the past. The general error of the poet, *nd to whieh we ore still liable, woo that the people suffered them- selves to bo mode tbe tools of politicians. Politicians sought their own aggrandise- moot, and the good of the country ooou- pied bat a subordinate place in their affeo- tions. Politicians, in order to suoceed, ■oft hove parties, and partisan earnest- BM« gud geal. They sooght to make thcrn- eelvep the representatives of these parties, and of their hooted feelings, knowing that they oonld thus obtain i support whioh their own personal merits, their talents ttd their character, eonld never inspire...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 October 1865

II Tlie Citv. Chief Justice Roberts' court will be in session again this muruiu^ for iae reg- istry of voters. Those who h.i?o njt rcg istered should remember'this. Greenbacks are scarce in tlio city, and sell from 140 to 145. The weather was quite oool yester- day morning and wiater clothing was very pleasant to wear. * We saw very few waterfalls ou the beads of the fair ladies who were out shop- piag yesterday. Wonder if the fashion is out of date. What com next ? We shall see. Another Daring Burglary. —-Tho store of Messrs. E. &, S. Heyum, near the l'rovost Marshal's office, ou. Congress street, was entered by burglars in the most scientilio manner, and rivals the old English thief, Jack Shepperd's, grea?est exploits. Ia the rear of the store is a high wa'l, twenty feet in height, and the burglar stole a ladder from the store adjoining this one and scaled the wall, and b.v means of a rope ho soon lowered himself to the ground floor, lie then opened a window and proceeded up s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 October 1865

In-SRkeMg^lcgraplt B. H. CDSBIMO. Editor and Proprietor amm^HOV8TON. OCTOBER 9, 18G5. A first-class Job Printer can obtain wployment by applying immediately at Ibia effioe. " THE HOUSTON TELEGRAPH. M PVBLIHHKD DAILY, TKJ- M'KKKLY AND WKKKLT. Trrau mt Hifcwrlptlo*« la. 3 m. 6*. .... «>60.... 4s0....#9 00. V- «■••• 60° - Wssklf ,9°" s oo. « v. .$16 00 . 12 00 . 6 00 i|lle line. Term mt AirnrtWu' Id tib DAILY. , T. J w. U. ' « 6 * ^.teUaf | c.L...4#e...«l 80 IK WWIUI- ... (So SOo... 100... *00.... 3 00 I* TUB WMIH. P.r AfM U """ ,""rU°" oontnoted for, unlnu «peela! undoratamllng In had to ^^vSJfoemoot will 1*. Inwrted at a lew charge ^"ertUomTnU orderwl In thin paiu-r, wlthont the edition being Apt-fitted, will be j u*>llfihrd In the Dally ^Adrertineni are particularly reqwmted to order their advertlKcnieuttt for a definite time, aud not till tor- bid." Advertisements "till forbid" will be charged price* ftTft iu • n— . , • , colvotl at It* market rnto, o* to *avo trouble of oalc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 October 1865

The first act providing for an Internal Revenue was approved July 1st, 1862. Tlie act now in foroe was approved June 30ib, W 4, and as to the rate of duties took effect ou the 1st of August 1864. An ftmeudatory act was approved March 2d, 1865. Instruments subject to Stamp Duttes. Stamp duties must be paid upon all writ- ien agreements, bank checks, bills of ex- change, aad promissory notes, bills of sale, bills of lading, bonds, certMates, of all kinds--a charter party connrao^ eonvey- dcy, custom house entry, insurant poli- cy lease, cuttom house manifest, meas- urer's return, mortgage, passage ticket, power of attorney, probate of will, protest receipt, weigher's return,writ or process by whioh suit is commenced, confession of iadgment, writs on appeals from Justice's Oourte. and warrants of distress. Instruments Exempt from Duty. Official instruments, documents and pa- pers issued or used by offioers of the Uni- ted States Government, powers or attor- ney or other papers relating...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 October 1865

NEW ORLEANS. MARINE LETTER FROM NEW ORLEANS. pectal Correiponderee of the Delly Telegraph. Nbw Obleam, Sept. 2 th, 1865. I wrote to you in my.lust about the arreat Judge Weems, and other State offleer« of Bossier Parish, by Provost Marshal Oalla- t ban, and of the order thereupon issued by the Re*. Mr. Conway, chief of the Freed- Tnen's Bureau in this.State. Since then - Gen. Canby has published an order suspend- in* P M. Callahan. Another remarkable case has occurred in St. Martin Parish.— The editors of the Courier, of St. Martins- ville, were arrested and brought before the Col. Commanding the Post, on a charge, among other things, of writing articles ob- jectionable to the N. If. Evening Po^. tvbich will be very flattering indeed to the mild and amiable gentlemen who conduct • that journal. But then a rule of this kind would bo ratber hard to observe. It was i thought very unkind in the Deoemvers to hang ftp their laws cut of sight so that peo- ^■olo could not read them, and the...

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

>>— ; V Y THE HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY TEL'E^SfSPH. VOL XXXI NO. 94 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1865 WHOLE NO. 3700 HOUSTON. auction sate BT M: REIOHMAN & CO. ox Wednesday, October 11, 1865. CATALOGUE HOUSTON. Five Years Later from New York! GREAT PROGRESS IN THE ARTS! THE USEFUL—THE ORNAMENTAt—THE AGREEABLE. THE Stationery stock now bring ojioned by thr uudeinigneil ciubraiia cverythiuc new or useful iu tlic lino. Heiid tlio following list front a sin- gle Invoice, embracing not one-tenth <jf our goods; White Rubber, Ink Krasers, Rubber PoueU-Tips, Co- lien's Leads, Reference Files, four Bizes; Sealing Wax, Buukers 8|>ecie Wax, black Sealing Wax, (i.KKlliart's patent letter Files, butt' blotting Fad, blotting Hooks, Mann's Parchment Copying Books, Bristol Board Curds, Glass Inkstands of twenty varieties, and forty other kinds of Inkstands, Glass Paper Weights, Au- touoiulc Iukstunds, Pump Inkstands, :i oz. Lett-or Bal- ances, Letter Clips in great variety, Eyelet mach...

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

8ri4MlgfMegvx|rft HOUSTON. OCTOBER 10. 18C5. THE HOUSTON TELEGRAPH. m •rFBLiajiKD daily, rai wkmcl y and WKKKLV. WaekJ eekly....',. •f Habucrlptloa i la. 3 a. 6 a. .... *1 50....*4S0....*900... .... too.... 300.... «0U... W.... .... 3 00... Tmwmm of Advert !■!■* i I* TUB DAft.fi IT. 1*. la. 3 M. > } $!6%0 12 00 • 00 • a Agate Dm, .... .lie.....-«0c... *1 2 ... 2 SO.... *4 SO 1|M KM 'Per Agate line • ta vai-waaai.T. .lie 10c... 1M. 3 00.... 3 00 ni thb wmklt. ..,15c each innertlon ■"■3S6 with the privilege of daily change, Ittonnl to wove prlcoi. For Uu> prlvl- 25 p*r cent, additional. nr mat '!we of trl-week !j ofcMI*. M An AdrertlRlug i payable In advance for the timi- ■contracted for, unlena ipeclal uudorstuudiiig in had to the contrary. Ko advertliencnt will he tnaortod at u lew charge than one duilar. AdrcitUemcnUi ordered in this jmiwr, without tho -edition being •pecttied, will be publlithed in the Daily edition. , , . , Advertiser* are particularly reqneeted to order th...

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

HOUSTON. 31. K. ITAK K will open ii SCHOOL 1"-B- 1''i' boys ami triilfi, u: Uei- r<-lyiletuY. ivra«r of Icxns Avenue and Sun Jaeiuto Street, «m Moudav October 9th, il* . oct9-ditv Business Cards. Wl« AUK in receipt ol our New Vork atock cf t'linln 4 ml Curt! Boardn. ami can (ill m,l«n« at •tiort notice. o-t'J K. lh Cl'SlUNU 1 ( <>. Comfortable Hoards 11 g. PIlHAT PART OF T1IK " KAN SIN irOl'SE" * fronting on CongreKs Street, having been newlv rooted u,iu repaired, is ready tor occupation. The rooms me lurire ami coint'ortiildo, mid Huitnbh- ur- rii ii(fed for families of ]ier«ons wishing private parlors, i hey are in the most convenient part of the eitv for ,loisines* men. Persons talcing these rooms etui fur- iuku them thcniHclvt'M it pivlVrrtfl. ^ \Y will I'urninh meals upon tho re.staur.it plan, or at Hie rejrular taliie. hh may be desired. For larttier paitieiilar.s apply ul the otbee of the Kami in House. uet9-aittw2\v , UKCLIVKD—DIKECT 1-KOU TI1K PtHLlSHVRS: * •■>&...

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Pur the Telegraph. LOVE SONG. *• *• CPiBCTP. Idttor >ad Proprator HOUSTON. OCTOBER 11, 1865. THE HOUSTON TELEGRAPH. TVnUSH'D DAILY, TH1WKHKLY ASP WEEKLY. •f Habscriptlon i 1 «. 3 m. 6 m. i *. 1 ....#4 ....♦ 00. „. 16 0o |00... 79.... 3 00.... 190.... 0 00.... 300. 12 00 6 IK) AftfaliM- , Ttrw f AdTerttaing i I* TUB DA1LT. - Mv I*. I.W. 1 ■> 3«. lie 4OC...01 26...«2S«.... 4 50 IM TW-WMUT. ,15c o... I#- •••• 800 ill is THI wssklv. rwAfelellee * ...I6ce cb insertion Advertising, with the privilege of dally change, S per eent additional to bove prices. For the nrlvl- 1 Jm> of tort-weekly ohange, *5 per oeni. additional. An advertising 1* payable iu aavanco_ for the time Matraoted for, unless special understanding Is had to Mo^aStrerkemcnt will be Inserted at a less charge ■kid" Advertisement* "tlli forbid will be charged win ¥ „i*m in the Pally, TriiWeekly and Weekly for *35; In •ally or TrfWeoffly, and In Weekly atono, $15. The abovo prloes are in legal ten...

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

The Citv. —- Connection of the Galveston with the Central Railroad.—These im. tortant railroads formed a junction yester- day afternoon by the completion of the bridges over White Oak ana Buffalo Ba- yous. The bridge over White Oak bayou was built at the expense of the Central road, and that over Bufl'alo Bayou by the Galves. ton Company, and both structures are built in the most substantial manner, and of the best material that could be procured, and will compare favorably with my built on the Northern roads. Tho bridges are Howe's patent truss, which are mostly in use in tha United states and Europe and have proved to be the most endurable and safe oi any other kind that have been tes- ted. The bridge over White Oak Bayou is stationary,' and is is 84 feet in length. The whole length of the bridge and trestle work is 288 feet in length. Mr. M. G. Howe, of this city, was the engineer who designed the bridge. Mr. A. B. Brown, also of this city, the contractor and builder of the bridg...

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

JOB PRINTING. GALVESTON. cmr have a gay ecason in that euRj clime among the prc.'ty Senoritas and stately Dons of Old Spain. Pbouaulk Nominbbs.—The Montgomery correspondent of the Tribune says : The (Ion. C. C. Langdon is o&nsidered in the field for Congress from the First Dis- trict, aol from all I can learn he is an ac- ceptable candidate with a large uumber of the delegates of the Convention in bis dis- trict. The uatne of Mr. S. J. Cumming of Monroe, has also been spoken of for Coogres8 from the First District. I have heard the names of Provisional Governor Parsons, ex-dor. Fitzpatrick, John For- ay th aud John A. Winston epoken of as probable candidates for Senators from this State to the U. 8. Senate. ADDKBM. | 1 **•""' In asmminz control of the Eidtorial dc -| Juoob Bustkro.—Madame Levert has nartment of a public Journal, in the com- rented her Government street residence for neaeenent of its carecr.it is customary, the next jear to Judge Busteed of New andproper that the...

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