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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 October 1865

GALVESTON. i. C McKEEN & SON, Cutton /•actors and Commission Merchants, si k.anD ST., (Ulvmtoh, Tnkc this nccixioo t • *v 'o M*r«bttui| mil Plan- ters that Wf owe na Sortktrn iitu, and that un- der m> oireuuiiiif,o« * will we. uy co-ion. That bong free iro® *11 ctounmry liabilities Norm or Bnil'h. the lron. *• 04 ,.f tr# -ale rt' produce will alwgyi bo rm<1v,ar, ti ;h t • wll no' irceive auj cotton ot r|u U. eabi« righis. Will pay • and charge- on it u con.igttd to ui a ii 'ornt«h Hsfging and R<~.pe June 14 .w6m * (V KrKKSI &SON MISCELLANEOUS. GEORGE WYTHE BAYLOR, K«<.ttvliK, Voi Wardl and Commission Merchant STRAND, GALVEriToN.., BEGS I -ave to inform iil tilendo Ktnt-rjil . ra"thc iiie-u" e-p.<|.|ty i hat h ha. oper.d «. Ge er-l or artilnuan- CnuniU-ion Bulcs*. He \> lb alien*' stru'tlj to uli Cottvu W -oi t i Pii duce eni to htui tor shipment or g il,-. wt I alio execute order-, for plan* ters !jd liila d ra>*:ou t ts, whnti nccomDaniod by cou>Ui a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 October 1865

fri-^eeblj idcgraph X. & CVSBIHG, Editor and Prtfenatw. HOUSTON. OCTOBER 18. 1865. THE HOUSTON TELEGBAPH. It PUBLISH It D? DAILY, TRIWKKKLY AND WMMXLY. Tim «f Subscript 1mi i • * , j*. • *. It. . I'M.... 300.... 600.... 1J00 79,... HQ.... 300.... • Tww it JUwrtWai i IX TU DAILY. ' 1ft ' II. 1 N. «. «*• Use* U« «0c...fl ...♦ SO.... •« ,|]l TSI-WMKLT. uu l e......30e... 3 00.... 3 00 IM TU.U vuut. ,r i.ti( line... ISo eaoh Insertion ▲drertUiux. wltk the jrirUiwe of dallyohaa**, • per cent additional to alroveprfoot. For Uie prfvi- lejt* of tri-veeklr ohaorn, per oent additional. In advertliiing U payabTe ln draftee tor the time •ontraoted for, ante* pecial undenitandlng U had to ^Ho^rSSaement will be lmerted at a leM charge one dollar. AdTertUemenU ordered la this paper, without the edJUon being upoclflyl, wUl be pabtufod la the Daily I not" till fov bid." AdrertUemontt "till forbid" will be ohargea ▲dTertUers are particularly requested to order their I# for a definite time, and i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 October 1865

Citv. purposes, should give this a trial, will sell by the bottle if desired. ( The well known Fannin House un- der charge of Col. J. H. Murray is still open and as popular as ever with the trav- eling public. The Colonel is aa happy as ever to see his old friends as well as new one?. Give him a call. We eall attention to the advertise- ment of Mr. J. Levine, who has jast open- ed a splendid assertment of o!o>hing at the store of Messrs. Abbot & Chandler near the Rusk House. We have examined their stock and pronounoe it the best brought to this ci'y for a long time. Give the store a call. By an advertisement in to-day's paper it will be seen that three of the Ho- tels have advanced their rates of board.— They are compelled to this step by reason of advance in freedmen's wages, and for all supplies they pay nearly double. We speak by the card when we say that one of the best Hotels in our city shows a bal- ance over the left for the past two weeks. The liquor saloons in this c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 October 1865

TheLaW Wm. L. ¥uc*j. The deep regret excited amongst th« i i I i * i f ! I ever, upon a discussion of the Navy bill, but of the 8upretne Court bill. Mr. V. bad spoken; Mr. Hill in reply reviewed Mr. Y.'s HOUSTON. Boutbara people wh n the moat unexpected ' record in a style which wa<< rt Rurded as of neva of Mr. Yancey's death wm spread through the land, aaya the Mobile Times, baa not in the least abated by reason of the fell ore of tha scheme he so earnestly cher- ished. Fer hia errors, if any he has committed, be need not ask an hnmble pardon to any aortal power, but be has now rendered his aecooat to that Geeat Tribunal which will in tarn judge tho « that sit in judgment. The following very in ereatiog account firom the Montgomery Advertiser is, we be- lieve, net only in good taste, but appears to as very complete. In tier, however, to fully understand it, we publish it, together with - he statement originally published in the Nashville Ban- <4 d LaGeangk, Gv, S*pt 30, '6...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 October 1865

( The Citv —One of the boldest burglaries which has ever happened iu this city took place on! HOUSTON. sw City Marshal. Lord, arrested a soldier Saturday night, on the premiss of a lady j WB^IJAKE ^HOOL at tliH iiMiket liou*t) yesterday morning who resides iu tne Iniru Ward, uear tnt? 'iVxun Aveuue aud Bau Jacinto street,ou Moutiny, while in tlu- act of striking another soldier Episcopal Church. A stove weighing about! October 9th, «a. wtw «L_ with an ugly looking slung shot attached 500 pounds was taken out of one of the rooms and carried off, and tliu8 far no trace of it can be fouud. Tbe burglars were doubtless strong chaps, and very much in need of a stove. We wonder what they will try next ? Our citizcus will have to to a buckskin, lie was turned ov rto the Provost Marshal, who will settle his case. Business Cards. WE AKE-iu receipt of our New York stock of ('arili anil Curd Board*, and c.mi till order* at itliort notice. oct9 K. II. Cl'SHlNO & CO. The colored population of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 October 1865

J 1 II 4 / Aft Oorre,pon«teoc> ut m Ctrclooatl Oiaette. ^loHTOOJUtnr, Sept 30.—It may be in- >%MWtiof, if not instructive, to glance over *Jhc -record of tome of the most prominent tawa of ibis Mats who have been recom- > mended bj Got. Parson* for pardon. Most -of (Jwm have alreadv received it, and are mow looking oat tor lucrative positions, ■ either in the State or under the General 4 Government. Ex-Gov. A. J. Moore recommended, and 4. guess by this time pardoned, was Gover- nor of Alsbama at the time the State se- 'ceded. He ordered the seising of forts ; Morgan and Gaines, the arsenal at Mount Vernon, with all their arms and equip- ments—also recommended the taking of forts Pickens, McCrae and Barrancas 'in Florida, and all upon his own res- tponsibilitv, be/ore the act of tecetiion had •jnmmd. In his message to the Senate, Jan. •14,1061, ho said, '*1 could not wait till that <Gavernmen' ('he United States) had thrown * troops into the forts," etc. -John Gill Shorte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 October 1865

♦ J u THE HOUSTON TRI WEEKLY TEiLv,; AIU-HlJL VOL XXXI WO. 98 fAT HOUSTON. UiOGUE SALK BY M. REICHMAN & 00. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25, 1865, lOOO XiOTI OP SEASONABLE & DESIRABLE GOODS Adapted to the wants of the people. THI8 WILL BR THE SALE OF SALES, AMD OUt COUNTRY FRIENDS Had boiler arrange to be here. I W RBMKMBER ~6* YOU CAN FIND ALMOST E,VERYTHIN6 A t thiti^Half*. CATALOGUES Willi, BB BBADT on Tnesday Moraiig, October Mtli, 180*. H. REICHMAN k CO., Aict'rs. ^KW AND VALUABLE BOOKw- Appleton's Dictionary of Mechanics, Appleton's Cyclopedia of Biograpiiy. Mitchelet' History of Franoe, Macau lay's Essays, 9 Carlyle's '• Sidney Smith's Essays, Jeffrey's " Alison's # " Wilson'* " Mackintosh's " Stephen's " Illnatrated Byroa, " Stratford Gallery, " Bp publican Court, . " Poet's Gallery, " Beauties of the Coart Charles It " Scott's Poetical Works, " New Testament, u Dr. Syntax's Tonr, " Poet's Wit and Hnmor. Belle Bord, Mercantile Library, British Poets—Falconer to Seott, —Ben Johnso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 October 1865

«HSH—sea— tri-tt'rcklg ^■R cvn * and P>#p*ir« "i ■ to\ OCTOBER 19. |H«k5 THE HOUSTON TELEGRAPH. TVBUSHMD DAILY, TMWKKKLY Atfp wt' WKKKLY. SrST1 Cm. .<>4 SO IN. thed aod HtTir f*p o' to topic* Wi iddrtn ourM'fM wiih a new eotrjry tnd de uti<m, lb® B"" fur the four jeara we bars *o ead'y lost from their pursuit.' In 'ir <ti ou eiou wb i,h ll Mm... #c each insertion ! emo'ov all •b« elreniftli and talent la*. with the privilege of dally change, V J , ' , . additional to above prices. For the pmi- I ()*()• liOCrftl iUppurt Of tlie pUD.10 oishes as tbe ®e « to do. Tsnsitf A4wrtl(lsai ■ ' .,• ik TIB milt. , y , It. • m. • 3 m. •MMUm lis 40c...*1 ...« in tu-wiult. -Afalellae lie......30e..j iM .• idtuvuut. «sr««eU ▲toertiai % per oent. additional t*> above prices. For "the lirivi- lejre r>f trl-weekly change, It iter oent. additional. All advertising Is (wyablr Id sdvanoe for the time •ontracted for, unless S| eiel understanding in had to Ike contrary, v ■Km advertisem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 October 1865

I GALVESTON. A. C McKKEN So *OB, Cotton Factors anil Commission Merchants? 8! K aNU ST., 0*Lvi*ron. T*ke 'bis i>cc*'l-m n- •*« 'o M'r n u'« and Plan- ter* that w owe no Nurtksrn *ehit, sod that on- t'er ! <■ oir«uin«wi,r's will w uy cotton * Te t bong free lioai %li itrtniiUr; liabilities Nona or eoi ih ibe pmc-ds of tie <iii> or produoe will •" •) b* re (tv,and ib/t t> wll not rrcsivt* •of wiiod ot qa (tl n*bie rtgbl*. Wi|| pij ehai«*• on o iiii • eoa(l|ii(d to u • il furnish B«tgiO( and R <p* June _ * O KrKFKI & SON. GEOBGE WYTHE BAVLOE, Receiving, Vol warding and Commission Merchant STRAND, GALVKsrON.t t>KOS have to li.forui ht (it.-ml* general!'-, and "thf X> oe-# ' 6rp^<l«lly. ifaat h' ha ouened * Uaer-I Ku.' *ardlu*«n i C >aaniia h>uUit-doe**. Ho will atten • •til tl> to uli Colt-" Wool 01 f'ri <iac sent to b'ui fur shipment or luii*. Wl>l also sxecutr nrcWr-i for i>U>w ter* i;i1 I11I4 1(1 mu cin .U. Will i aOCoulpaOlO1 h>...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 October 1865

3F " IrMft'eeMglelegraph B. M. COlwreo. W«"T and Tropnatar MWHTON. OCTOBER 20. 1865 Ccrta a biota of ihe Austin pre**, u well m •UVmcnts in private letters from that «4mo to create the iraprvssinn that a «MV«rtion of the people wiU bo called to ■eet about the 1st of Janoaiy. Whether this Impression is well founded or not we lire bo other means of Mo'tainlng than ■appears on the laeo of the information thns liven. That date is earlier than we hrre been looking to seethe convention called at, heeause it is earlier than is necessary to beat accomplish the purpose of the call* I' wea in some aspects of the case deoirable that Texas should knock at the doors of Qoa|fW for admission to civil rights at tho aaae time with the ether Southern States. It Is too late now to accomplish that, and 4m« It Is so, it is desirable that our con- yeatioe should know how the application •f other States is rooeived, so an to shape Kseeuiteto secure the object sought. If lit convention is called to meet th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 October 1865

Merchants' Exchange abd Rkaoivo Rooms.—We yefWrJay vijiiUd the rooms of the Merchants' ilxclini.jr *, now being fitted up iu the sec nd anil third itorleo of the building occupied by Mr. Wm. Clark us a store on Main Mreat, and were much sitr- pme-> to oo'ice tbe arrangements being made to establish this neeiul enterprise. The rooms are nicely carpeted, and are being furnihl.jd with the most costly and useful furniture that could be puicbttsed in Now York. All the leading newspaper* published in the United States and Europe will he received reguiarly, and placed on file for the benefit of tbe members of the Asso- ciation. The rooms will be conducted upon tbo 8am j plan as Ihnue of this kiud in New Orleans, New York, and other commercial cities. Mr. Rolwt Wood & Co. are the gentlemen who have started this enterprise, and they are backed up by a large number of our loading and moet respectable citi- zens. We are glad that our oitiy can boob oo&st of each a useful resort for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 October 1865

II s x 1 letter fromjhigh pbitate. IfWlaltoUMTIaaM"*. Oalvbstom, 0*t. 16. 1865. •f TO* o* ih« S h ibat M 8. Bw- (on bad opened a fir«t #l*«> bmnltng hotit-e ofpoai'C th« UU"1 OHy H use, where Mm. H P. wd b*r lusbaod m w boaH. Y ur •aapotiior made it "Al. 8. Burton." Now tbere U * bye difference between Benton lid Barton on bunging day. So pl«M« have it r>id M. 8. Beutoa. 1 *lft<t ml y u nil about the arrival of ||aj E W. r«*e afd family, and Oold- thwai't.and J -mea Borley on tht Magnolia, and tha departure of Col. George H. Bvi-at, of >b« San Antooio Hi raid, and Bingeft and L <ngneoker of Lavaoa, on the Palmyra for tfaw Orleans byt I won't do ll- Tba Palmira went oat as aba came in— loaded; Joan 8. Sellers, Agent. The pi- aster eiearner M**noUa, of the Morgan IU . haa at la«t made Her appearance, and b n Or forth we may look for arrivals from Kaw Orleans wiib a gnater degree of oer- to n y than he'eiotore. Cbpi.iHten en, wltt bl (wo oaw biats |« now fairly and squar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 October 1865

Tlie Citv. , hut when the piercing northers | ih^y tnffitr. H*nj «f ifc««o' t The new otemiser Pi. Cair. CtP'ain Hl>ikeiiiat>. arrieed from (inlveon ye«'*r- <)*y ni ruing. T^i* * ■' her firai trip 'rom Oa'vHgiiin, *n>l pa-Hetijrer-' who cam- ui> on her re ioinl in their prime* . f hei . ffi flrrn, ami the exoelletit fir-* lu<ni h-dun the boa'. Below wo give a list of passen- ger* anil nurg* : l'AfSBNOBtis—* M R W K-nnAi), C S L '««oope. W W Pol J I) Wa «i' , "W T >*#• I* B. J N Walker, Mrs J L Bryan1 au'i c' ll l a <i two i'U d i'k. Cargo—1-5 tons or loe, consigned to 8. M'gel. Mr. James Buike has our thank* for tl e I'oniic Mmithl'^s f« r Nove her. Uncle Jimmy i«i ahead ot' all th« news d'*ul- erg this week Bully lor old Jiuitny— may liia shadow never tfrow less. Mr. (lenrgn E Hutchinson lias j'ist started a News depot, adjoining the post of- fice Ho says he inteiids >o keep nil the leading New Orleans and Northern papers on hand regularly YVa wish him ev...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 October 1865

Tnw, I1 ' ? 'Jt I * - I "The 0m Antonio Herali Inform* uiof rmmA big'*' of P®W,«S Plrit ln tbmt ♦*1*7 in xtffird to banting tUn we can Uwmt .,of in Houaton; although such investments j U* more needed, and will pay higher in 3Bto toB than in any other place in the •State. There never was sucb a demand in .«piece of its site for dwellings and for etoras as now exists in Houston. The .Herald says: Tb* spirit of improvement cmtlnuea to jecreaee'incur city. Every body Is en- cased in repairing or constructing uew edincea. Lot* for building purposes are in demand. Col. Withers, who advertised a another of lots on the east side ot the river ! short time since, informs us that bo has disposed of several already to hard-tinted marker*, who will at ouce commence build- ing. Indeed, we believe dial these lota can • only be bad with the understanding that ckuildlngs are to be erected upon them with- «wt deay. R^o Qramds CosrKRMCH. -THe San An- ienie Herald of the 7ik, eaya: '• The Rio Oraode Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 October 1865

VOL XXXI HO. 99 THIS HOUSTON IRI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. HOUSTON. MONDAY, OCTOBER S3, 1865 WHOLE NO. 3709 HOUSTON. CATALOGUE SALE M. REICHMAN & 00. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25, 1865, lOOO XiOTS SEASONABLE & DESIRABLE 6000$ AilBptml to the wauU of the pfopli. THIS WILL BE THE SALE OF SALES, AWD QUI COUNTRY FRIENDS ■ ltd better arrange to be ker* RKMKMBHHrg* Y00 CAN FIND ALMOST EVERYTHING At. thinjH l«." CATAIJOG-UJKH WtT.t, HK JMIADV oa Tuesday 24th, IMA. Moraiaj, Otltktr M. REICHMAN A CO** Auel'rs. M. REICHMAN & CO., AUCTION & COMMISSION HOUSTON, TEXAS. ARK I'RKI'ARBO 'fO MAKE ADVANCES CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE Of nil kinds. DOMESTIC PRODUCE ALWAYS OS Jl \n!v T O E X C H A N (i V for Merchandise und Counter Produce* All CouiTKntceaU caa fco maru* to u>i uiwrt, at GALVESTON, where we have an attentive Agent and ample Store Room, to take chtrge of tach Good* Ravine Concur err, the usnal commission charges at Halves ton. Refer to an* teadle* Hooator. hi«i e tri Gitlveston and Bef...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 October 1865

•>. > i«*r *■***- iri-itoklg telegraph E. H. Ct'HHING, Kditop und l>roprie tor. iHoiitOD) October Slat, 1865. j THE HOUSTON TELEGRAPH. IJM JTIJBUSHBU DAILY, THI-WKKKl,T 4Sit • ' WKKKL V, Teraut «f SibicriyltMi IK. 3 M. •«. 9al>y *1 « ....$« 90....#900 rri-Weekly jfl0... "" TMkv. TO.. 3un... ico... l t. .*16 00 #00.... 12 00 3 00.... «00 Te* *|lk lie*, ttgeteliae. •f Advertiftia* > , I* TUB WIH. r*. w. !■. ti- lt* 40c...#1 in rKI-W«MLT. IV 30c... !•«... :><*> IM TUB W* «H iper a.r tj iine t.w chcii inncrliou Adwrtlsla*, with the privilege of dully change. •* nor cunt additional to above price*. For the nrhri- tore of trl-weekly change, 25 r cent. additional. All adrertiniuff in payable In adranoe for the time eentraeted for, unlaw* spei-ial amlerntandlng la had to £• ooutrary. No MToniaemoat will b lawrted at a leM charge one dollar. Advertlaementa ordered 1« this paper, without the edition being specified, will be pablislied in the Daily •ditioa. Advertiser* ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 October 1865

V * % II 1 lap 'A 1 " * [Written f.ir ttio T< e^rupli.) LEGEND OF SOUR LAKE. ii In v uttk- Bay* u.nl t'irU 0/ I us by our ftuciettt. Med S'lpa i.tiV.* -is! era,some few ot whom are ii >>ppv. . witnessing, I vowing at the same time, de-|days we fought, aud victory seemed to dc-1 tiently receive the me vo<i n.n.i if • v. hut most "1'ht m ure like my?-ctf, sutfeiiiig I struction to all wlin shonld harm her. She) ijrhr in hallnncing the scales. ho that each 1 — :-J • 1 it Do- great tot-rows a d laiwrs—imp'm' \ up a« ' t Id me to calm myself; hat "it must needs ! side hoped for her blessing. Suddenly we be:'' tnat she had iouud oat only when it!felt, from the very throes of the mountain After tho *'ieat lebelliou ia Heaven *nd ' was too iate, that Medostipihad discoveredj under our feet, that other help had arrived -UY M. J. T.— One evening, after a long ramble through the deep woods that shroud with miuiic grandeur the environs of Sour Lake, I at last rtached the great myrtl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 October 1865

vctswj1 ^priggnypg l pound", **n>J the cofniuimioua for celling in , '£ht mails rnunlbe improving. The Dil- — —— — - - ! New York, all tbeso things couut up to ( |MS II* raid oi' tlii i4iii iunt., reachtd u« fully 10 cents pei pound, and often more. I when jus! a wrK oi l trom i' we 'ake E. H. CIJSHINU, iiditor unci Proprietor. Houston, October 23d, 1865. The 8 d Antonio Herald has a well oon- rfd«r< <1, temperate, and able artiole against MBferring upon the newly emanelpated •law the right* of citlieoship. It tbinka lk« recognition and adjustment of the tlm- fle freedom of the negro, enough for the oaprienoe and viedom of the present time, md urges that any other radleal questions to regard to him should be left to the in- experience of future time for their Our friend Sam Sterno has just returned !«■ Mew York with a Urge and splendid rtock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, etc., etc., which he is opening ■ttl door to T. W. House. Sterne has been laaf enou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 October 1865

. i i e v I hi It- curcl- r : feuruemd tvt-i htisin On Saturday ft woman vex. 1- i.e. tivcv- ■s i'l!" p'f !; lid iil't' lltisbttiil f hound over 10 kftii 'he pcice. Sliftke* l>e rc'rt denuucia'U'T* ol h ni-tu wlo would *'l y his handn uf .>n fc woman, nave in kindneftx," evidently had not exerte•: much •f an influence upon this ••lord of crea- tion." Shame on him i Since the "500 pound etov# bur- glary" which wa* No. 4*), the town has enjoyed perfect immunity in that re pect. What this is attributable to, is uncertain— perhaps to tho Ti«Uance or the police, hut more likely the iht -ve9 are only renting preparatory to a more vigorous renewal of •heir nefarious enterprises. A special train oame up from Gal veeton yesterday, bringing New Orleans papers of the 19th Tbc bayou at his place is full of boats discharging and receiving cargoes, fbe animated appearance of the wharf is •n^gestive of great busine-a activity There is a great (scarcity of butter. lard and corn in this market...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 October 1865

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