ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,026 items from Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,026 results
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 October 1865

The City. The weather was quite pleasant ycu- terdai. aft^r tvyo quite cold days. Winter (JmI approaching. Ged help the poor «rl are Ml prepared for its coming. ||f J. H. LeI'ort, of Galveston, wbo whs severely Injured a few days'ago, by tte Express wagon running against bis buggy, tea oowneuced a lawsuit for dam- age against the owners of the Express wag- on. We learn the Telegraph liue is now completed within 15 miles ot San Antonio, and business between this city and San An- tonio will commence very shortly. Tele- graphs are indeed great institutions. The colored schools of this city are reported 'o bo iti a nourishing condition, ami squads of children can be daily seen | wending thoir way through the streets to- wards these places. There are now three schools in full blast, and they all have col- ored pedagogues. Brother 1'erkiun, of Hockley, has demonstrated the fayt that' cotton and to- bacco can be raised in the lower country prairies in this Si at i. We saw a sample of firbt...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 October 1865

i 11-11H ■ III ^ISCaTaa Hos-ess. John Van Buren haviDg been nominated Hy the Democratic party of New York for the Attorney Geaeralsblo of that State, x-u a speech at a political meeting the other evening at Albany, New York, from which we take some extracts by way of apteimen: TUB TWO PABTIU*. 1 «ay that this is a corneal beiw en the party which olaims that, before (be South- ern States come back into the Union, they ■hall antborise the bl ticks to vote; and the party that stands with President John- son, insisting (hat this is a question of lo- oal regulation by the State governments, and whichever wuy they shall decide they shall come baok iuto the Union aa mem- bers of the Confederacy having equal rights, and be received witl alloc i m uud re peot, no matter wh -t had Wn the de- claration of a fear men iiHHembled in the city of New York. * That party is represented by Sumner and Chafe and Beecher, and the leading Abo- litionists of the country ; and that they •re notoriously comm...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 October 1865

THfc HOUSTON I'RI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL XXXI WO. 100 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1865 WHOLE NO. 3703 HOUSTON. I CATALOGUE SALE 1 f] M. REICHMAN & GO. ON WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25, 1865, looo IiOTS OF SEASONABLE & DESIRABLE GOODS Adapted to the wants of the people. THIS WILL BE .XME SALE OF SALES, AND OUR COUNTRY FRIENDS Had bettor arrange to be here. •kii tb IW REMEMBER CAN FIND ALMOST EVERYTHING At thin Halt). \ i CATALOGUES *** BE READY oh Tnesdar Morning. Oete ( 24 th, 18«ft. M. REM HM A X '• r^„ * M. REICHMAN & CO., AUCTION & COMMISSION JflESt CMMJTTS. HOUSTON, TEXAS. MARINE. For Boston. PIERCE & BACON'S LINE THE BRIG "MARY K. THOMPSON," having mont of her cargo engaged, will have dispatch for the abovo port. For freight ol' balance of cargo apply to octi -d2w W. H. NICHOLS k CO., AgenU MEDICAL. DOCTOR MAY be (bond In bin office, next door to i'A Bar Room, all boor* In tbe day, an< o'clock at night, — the tfnlsb an>i nntii jo onsIS rtsm rkOCTOB. W. P. K.I ...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 October 1865

Hoastou* October 24, 1805. Tbn South is as yet in the youth of her life and the virginity oi her resources. All the atreugth. beauty and power of ber mature life, are yet to be attained and en- joyed. Her material resourcea^re confes- sedly wonderful in extent, variety and Tichnesa. Her capacities in soil, climate ■and product ions, are unequalled. Thor- ough detelopemeut will make her the moat wealthy and prosperous region of country in the world. Such elements of a grand material civilization exist in no other country. And her mental resources are fully com- mensurate with her material resources. Her undeveloped genius is equal to her un- developed soil. Thorough culture will ele- vate her to an intellectual and literary power equal to the material standard we have alreikly indicated. While other histo- ries are growing old, hers is but budding into Spring. She has, in the past, been by no means poor, either materially or men- tally. In both respeots she has won the admiration of ...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 October 1865

i shot la I an jtluv ■i Hoi- 11811 lit 111 h Itoral lo do- fakcii hiinii 111 1«. |y mi- ll (lis >il<l H I until lintcv ItlTS- ; til* Iik <li>- If this | times >RA1, S. (>. ■ LOW i' III un r'M-:. D . GOVERNMENT. f IlKADvir.lKTKKK PofcT UK Illtl KToN. / i Houston, Texus, Oct. 14. 'tis. S S|*clfil Order, > No. m. 5 Tilt; «ale of intoxicating and Mplritnoua liquor* to | enlisted men in the I'. S. army in tiprebv forliiddru at tliiH post. ' ! Any i«-rmm found guilty of wiling, or giving to en- Muted men of the army, intoxicating liquors will lie arrested and punished by tine or imprisonment, or both, and their licenses—(if Saloon kee]m-rs)—revoked. The Provost Marshal and Post officer of Day are charged with the strict execution of this order. •IAS. 11. LYNCH, Lt. Col. 4Hth O. V. V. I. Butt., itci20dtil Commanding Post. OrricK Chief Qcaictkkmastkk, Eabtkkw ) District Tkxas, Oct. 10, 'fi5. J Sealed proposals (in duplicate) with a copy of this advertisement attached, w...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 October 1865

§ri-«!f<Mg®el*grapb E. H. CU8HDCG, Proprietor- „ October 25, 1865. IT. \ THE HOUSTON TELEGRAPH. mm mZJaKMD DAILY, TBI- WKKKL T AND WWMKLY. rmnm «f 8rt«ii tto i la. 3m. • m. ...#i «•....•« H— !25-—•!S2 . 100.... 300.... 600.... MOO ::: S.... in.... 300.... • •f XiTertMa* I i* txb daily. IT. lw. *• 40o.. .*1 ... 50.... *4 80 iv ni-wniii. ...llo 100... *00.... 0 m TB> niui . , „ _.i. llM ; 180 each Insertion wdenundbg is had to ^to^SdrSSieinMt will b« t*sortod at a leas charge one dollar. Aln •dittos AfUlaUae. la this will bo pab 1 particularly requested to order their ■ il. n rtlimhnnti for k definite time, and not " till for- Sl4. jSrertlaemenU "till forbid" will bo oharged "See. will 1H, published ^"b£e"< s ar#l* legal tender" B^ole re- oolTed at 1U market rate, or, to save triable of calcu- lating, at the old eatabllshei rate* of thl* paper. Wo communication* will be published In this paper, exoept at the option of the editor, and then only when responsible name or referen...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 October 1865

The Citv. IING We have just returned from a trip to Washingtou county and found the drought had nearly ruined the corn orepa, and it is estimated that only one half a erop will be made this season. The same will prove t. ue of the potato crops. Cot- ton looks well and we have been intormed by old citiiena that they have never before seen suoh a fine and heavy yield >s this season. We hear loud oomplaints every* where of the soaroity of hands to piok it and save it. And we saw acres of the finest cotton that ever grew, dropping off the bolls and wasting for the want of hands to save it. The planters made contracts with their former slaves to remain with thef) and save the orops^ but they proved unfaithful and deserted the first opportunity. Thou- sands of bales of splendid cotton will be lost in Washington county by this cause, and the neighboring counties are no better off. We have beard good judges estimate the loss by this oause throughout the State to be 40,000 bales. It is a ...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 October 1865

" '<A 6RTEBAX BOBEHT E. USE, I XSS^fi*"1"' *r Ora. LM . wtf—lAirtw. AfttMniMdiBM of N#w York Hwild. IaaiHGTON, Va., Oct. 2.—GenerthBob- ggl j5f L e wm to-J at installed President of WaaUaftoo College. There wm no Mgp or parade. The exercises of inatal- faina Were the simplest possible—«n ex- cel and barren compliance with the re- adied formula of taking the oath by the m President, and nothing more This was in accordance with the reqnast ei Gen- end Lea. It waa proposed to have the in- place in the College chapel, to ten** invitations far and wide, to have a of mnsio to play enlivening airs, to k«f« vonng girla, robed in white and bear- log duplets of flowers, to dog songs of WMtome; to have congratulatory speeches, to make it a grand holiday. That this pro- posed programme was not carried ont was * • source of severe disappointment to many. Bat Qen. Lee had expressed his wishes con- trary to the choioe and determination of the college trustees and the multitude, and his wishes w...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 October 1865

v~ The City. Wo yesterday recorded the fact that Justice Brashear fined an itinerant peddlar for practicing his vocation without a license. The town is fairly beset by ped- dlars, and it is doubtful if one in teu of them have any license. It would be agood idea to overhaul the peddling fraternity, both white and black, aud make them pay for the privileges they enjoy. L'.irge stocks of goods of all kitids have been aud are constantly being br^uefct to this market, but they vanish like "suow flakes" ou a Jun.- day. Few of our Jier chants h id any just outiception of th * de- mand there exist;il for go;>ds in thin State, consequently few ot theui have made ar- rangements to keep their stocks equal to the demand. Many have gone on for fresh snpplies with views somewhat en- larged by experience. The gravn yards of our city, which are a disgrace to a civilized community, d not, as yet, receive any attention. Are our people so wrapped up in Mammon that they have no time nor inclination ...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 October 1865

% il / h i 1 by teleghaph. (fractal iatfeaMwraok. Galveston, Oct. 24. Sfeamer Charles Morgan left New Orleans last Sunday 10 i. M. Wabhinoton, Oct. 19—The President bw received applications for pardon from Ex-Got. Allen, of Louisiana, who is now in the city of Mexico. Mr. So tile is expected to arrive here in a few days from Mexico. It ia rumored here thai the official news has been received that the English government intends to submit to the arbitration of a third friendly power, the claims of the United Btatea Government to property in Great Britain, known as Confederate property. Dispatches from Columbus, Ohio, to par- tie* In tbia city report that the Democratic gain in the late election for Governor, over ♦lwt at the previoua election for Governor is 7600. The dispatches claim a gain for the Democrats also in the Legislatare. The President has granted a pardon to Ex-Gov. Watts of Alabama. The Poetmaster General, to-day issued oiden to re-open thirty postofflces in the State of...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 October 1865

THE HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY ? € t £1 VOL XXXI HO. 101 HOUSTON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1865 WHOLE NO. 3704 HOUSTON. M. REICHMAN & CO., AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHJUVTS. HOUSTON, TEXAS. ARK PREPARED TO MAKE ADVANCES CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE Of all kinds. DOMESTIC PRODUCE ALWAYS OS HAND. TO K X O H A N Ct K FOR Merchandise and Country Produce. HOUSTON. B. B. PHCT WM rULTOM JS. Zj.AJjZjZIM' db OO. RXCMVISG, POBWAKDISQ 4MB General Commission Merchants, WARKHOUSE At the Junction of BUFFALO and WHITE OAK BAYOUS, Adtwem to the Cotton Pre*', HOUSTON HAVING ampin accnuitooJatton. are pr.pmetJtt receive Qottu:,. Wool. Hide-, etc, on storasc. Strict «itent!ot' ittveD toCottoi. auit other Product seut to os tor gale or sblpmeot. Will nlso attend tc the fllllra ot orders when acionipunled bv Ci h m Produce. iuSdly EXPEE88. THK Altnyioti ni.u a |] Ai toMo E.iprers ConviMiy are i ret r-'l to lot ward fi«-l*lit .on valuable pack- ages, money a (I tetter*. In the qulckei-t possible time The Express...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 October 1865

telegraph E. H. CUSHINtt, Editor and Proprietor. |«Mtn> October 26, 1865. THE HOUSTON TELEGRAPH. It rVBLISHKD DAILY, TRIWEEKLY A.\l) WEEKLY. mt HikwHptiM: la. 3 M. 6 M. IT. *1 SO....*4 SO....*900....*1600 Trl-weeklr too.... aoo.... sno.... itoo Weekly.-' 300.... 600 Tmrmm mt AdrertiilH« > IX TN« DAILY. IT. 1«. 1M. 3 M. 0 M. ,*gate ll e......lSc 40o...*135...#2 50....#4 30 12V TRI-WIKLT. WlttllH ISO 30c... 100... 200.... 0 IJt TKS WKKKLY. For a (rate Hue i5« each insertion Advertuin*, with the privilege of daily change, « per cent additional to abortiiirioeii. For the nrivl- leg* of tri-weekly change, 25 uer cent. additional. All advertising I* payable in advance for the time eentracted for, unless «pedal uudenttandlng Is had to tke contrary. Mo advertisement will l>« in sorted at a less charge Hum one dollar. AdTertiwracuin ordered in this nniier, without the edition being speclfled, will b« pnbfldhwi in the Dally tdMen. Advertiser* are partleularly reqneiited to order thei...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 October 1865

LETTER FROM till). LATE INTELLIGENCE. I) Mprtial PririlrKeM—%Vbo ■*•■!«! noi'laimiew «i' die Moulh CarcliaaDvl. be Elrrtrd talhr Lfgl*!*!""" * with the Prmidrai. Ed. Telegraph—Some time since there! —- - appeared in the Telegraph, au article from i Washington, Oct. IJ.-Judge Ward*- oneof your correspondents, calling upon law. Alfred Huger and Col. Atkins, of the physicians of Texas, and urging the South Carolina, this afternoon, had an m- neceulty of an e irly movement on their terviewby appointment with the President, •part, by convention or other means, for the They were accompanied by W. H. Prescott, protection of the profession against the in- who is here on busiuoss as the executive oi roads of empiricism, and to save the lives i that State. of the people from their dangerous experi- j The Presideut, after the customary pre- ments. • I do not quote his language, only limiuaries of introduction, invited them to give expression to the fimpression his arti-j he seated, when at onc...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 October 1865

fhlg® r legraph E. H. CUHHEfti, Editor and Proprietor. Hauton, October 27, 1866. THE HOUSTON TELEGRAPH. It rWBLIHBKD DAILY, TRI WKEKIY AND WKMKLY. mi 1& 3*. ....91 10....#410... 3 ... .... W.... ISO... 6 M. .••00. . CM. 300. it. .•16 00 . 1000 000 fw AfStoUoe- i «f AirntUaa i I* TBI BAItY. 1*. iv. i «• 3". •*. ...lie 40o... l 28... 2 SO....•< 90 nm-imuT. ...|#0 30c... 100... 200.... 0 UTipVIHLT. ■mm imu mm .......a........I0o each insertion jtffStolag. With the privilege of Mir change, yes ^etSnSaement wlU be inserted at a less charge ordered in this paper, without the edition *—'*1 specified, will be published in the Daily iVDnllinn are oartlcnlarly requested to order their advertisements for a definite tine, and not44 till for* *t"Adrerb eroenU "till forbid " will be charged AnMuno^cnti^16pub Uoofeces will be published lithe Daily, TH-WeeVlr and Weekly for 30t in Bally or TrtWeekly, •00, and in Weekly alone, •15. Tm abore prices are in legal tender. Specie re- ceived at Hi ...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 October 1865

The City. Oar streets present a lively BCene, ■ uow-a-days, and the rush of business has not abated in the least. Merchauts are re- ceiving and shipping goods early and late, and prosperity is visible on every side. Ma- ny planters from the country are here. seN ling their cotton and purchasing their fam- ily supplies. All have smiling faces caused by the high prices obtained for their cotton and so happy do they feel tbat they always carry some nice thing* to the women folks at home. The stores on Mam street are daily orowded with ladies who are out shoppi g, and they are always good customers. The clerks in the stores weai smiling faces and are quite popular with the ladies. We saw a beautiful gilt sign in front oi Darling & Merrym^n's store yesterday tnorning, which was made by Mr. L. Sala, of this city. The workmanship was splen- did and can't be beaten' — A chap was brought before the Provost Marshal's Court yesterday morn- ing, charged with being drunk, and ma- ■ king cons...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 October 1865

jm CB PiMIAL* n«IT TO VtIT WAKBKN. ■ ■unMlai laltrriew with Alexaaditr «"«MvU-A Dmj with J-dgr , mt tcxm. Oorreepondeoce New York HiriM. Boitoh, Oct. 6.—Having received a let- t«r*t Washington from Judge John II. Ketfan, Ut« rebel PostmMler General an- d«r President Davis, in which he expresH- •4 a desire to tee me, I obtained a pass from the Seoretary of War, and extended mj mil from New York to this city. Yesterday morning I went down in the Government boat to Port Warren, whet e I Mt the day with Judge Reagan and late Yioe President Alexander H. Stephens. As this latter gentleman and myself grew up in the same neighborhood in Georgia, and as Judge Reagan and myself had tarred la the same canvass against the Ropublio n-African-slave-trade - secession Imi I could not have remembered subse- quent political differences against them if I would. I wee politely received by the officer in •MMnnna of the powerful fortress, whioh I will not pause to desoribe, and conducted immediately to t...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 October 1865

Ills lil IllK/ 7 ISE and iter Ithe r® of ilT The City. We heard a good atory the other day which illustrates the value of negro testimony. An intelligent freedman left the service of his former master and made his way to the nearest military post and there iuformed the oomniander that a large amount of so-called Confederate govern- ment properly was seoreted on the prem- ises of his old hoiue. The commander im- mediately ordered a strong guard and sev- eral wagons to proceed to the designated place and bring in the property. They soon arrived at the plantation and stated their errand. The planter denied having any property of that description, and de- sired to know who had given information that sucb was the case. The officer who was a shrewd and olever fellow gave his authoiity—and stated that he believed they had been fooled by the black scoun- drel. "Well," said the plauter, "just to try au experiment, I'll prove thnt those spurs belong to me it negro evidence is to be^jelieved."...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 October 1865

n NEW YOBK. LEGAL. HOUSTON. Jatieial HMMn ■** ilw Wrmri- Ioih (Jamraacal. Oar p«opl« re in a fair way to bwome idnoiliii 1b the philosophy of law III government, than they night h«# boea is a century to come, but for ]||| revolution. In this connection wo toko from the GodmIm Enquirer the ruling of Jndgo White in two omm which were before the District Court i*oently at Gon- 1b one cue the defendant's counsel mov- to quash the indictment: First. Because the Grand Jury whldi found the indiotment was a rebel jury, acting under rebel authority, wherefore the indiotment was illegal and prevented the guarantees of the Constitution, Seeondly. It was found by the authori- ty of a Government ignored by the Provis- ional Governor, who represented the abso- lute power of the conqueror, and whose proclamations were the paramount law. The motion was ably argued by counsel; but the Judge said, tbat were it admitted that the proolaoiaiions ol the Governor were the rule of law, tbat he would not so...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 October 1865

/&<S I'HK HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY Tfil.EGRAPH VOL XXXI WO. 108 HOUS TON. MONDAY. OCTOBER 30. 1865 WHOLE NO. 3705 HOUSTON. M. REICHMAN & CO., r AUCTION & COMMISSION JHERCUA TJTS, HOUSTON, TEXAS ARB PRRPARBB TO MAKE ADVANCES OH CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE Of all khit. DOMESTIC PRODUCE ALWAYS ON HAND TO EXCHANGE FOR Merchandise nnd Country Produce. All Onn«terini<>ntn ctn b« ni«<l# to us rtirpct. at 94LVKSTON, wher* we have «n A* n "■ «tu"Ib 8iore R om, to taki* eh'ree of «nch G«n'*s ui ' i C nslgners the usual cotnmlsalon charges at 9 IVBNIO , Rpf<*r to aoy leading boas* in Galveston and S'lnitnu. Refers in flew Orleans to J. TITYES, President N. O. Mntnal Insurance Co. H. PKYOflACD, President Hope do O. OAII.LA.RD, Pros. Citizen" Mutual do E. GACNCHEAtJ, Pres La. State do J. PEMBERTON, Pres. Merchants' Mntnal do JOHN GAUCHE. Esq. We have engaged the services of Mr. A. BLACHE, «f New Orleans. M. REICHMAN & Co, July B-dly. Auctioneers. Important to Merchants. ...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 October 1865

iri-tt'rrhlg ®elegraph Houston! October 28, 1865. Uot BtAtm Coitutim, if oeapoeed if the btK«|d vlNftaM of the 8Ut«, and If idUiat tin ud Lheogbt b« tllonp for tke m 7 preparation, m j no modify, dinUpi, and perteot tba Bute CoBHitntion, aa that Its action maj bt ci- ted with •dplrtttoa and gratitude lor gen- ••ra'ioM 4a ooae. Upon ibe basis, and within Hi liinlta of a ••republican form or <9ovcriUMBt," in barmonj with the Con- ciliation of iho United States, we shonid won struct, in oar organio law, iha moot enlightened ojrstem of State Qorernment whieh political grain* and wisdom can de- vise. We ab on Id avail ourselves of all the precedcarta, the esperieooe, and the wis- dom faroiohed as in alt other States, With- out a servile copying of any, and with fall •oopo allowed to any originality of geri. as in the way of statesmanship with whioh ire may be blessed. The ifatesmaoshlp invested In the work of romoddoling oar Constitution should be of the soundest, broadeat, and highea...

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