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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 October 1865

iWrittwi For the Telegraph.) LORRAINE LEYEBE, OR The Story of one Man's Heart. BY TITL1TA. Nkw Orleans. April 'iud, 1859. Clinton Harpkr, E-q. My Dear Friend:—1 have just arrived from Texas null am -i-pping at the 8t. Char'es where, it you could p<>s il% meet me next week, >ou will have the opportu- nity of btddwg nte tareweil—yes, C int. perhapa au eternal tare well, tor 1 shall t-ail for Europe in two weeks, and may never return. That is the broken hearted "tyle, iau't i ? For the wretched ot this country Europe, to judge by the novels, is as great an asylum as tbia o untry is to h* op- pressed of the other hemisphere. But tbeie is too much sad earnestness about this mutter to jest. Clinton, I've made a fool—worse than a fool—of myself aud have wrecked my life's happiness. But as ibis is all like Arabic to you, 1 will en- deavor to quiet 'my restless spirit long en< u*h to recount what happened to me iu Texas. I wrote to you last summer before start- ing for that dista...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 October 1865

I Iri- B. H. CU8HIBKJ, Editor ncl Proprietor. Moiitoii October 30, 1865. f« U 1« likely that we ahull have sub- jldl baton Ibe State Convention of tbe vary bifbeat Importance to the present and Alton feneration of the people of thia State, iBVoWinf nil their rights and Inter- ests, the character of their future legist t- Ken, the fntnn administration of the lawa. Mm developeym*nt of the inherent wealth of (k eonntrj, end the education of the peo- ple ; the eitisena of each count7 ahoald not to aeleet aa their representatives in that Convention their very wiaeat and beat men. without regard to any thing elae thao their i for the gnat and aolemn work be- Until the people of thia country een go "erect themselves above themselves" 00 to chooae tbe strongest men thej have, fcoth mentally and morally, for important «Bei«l duty, nod then is no official duty Ant la sot important, then will be b at very title hope ot perfecting anything like e Viae ayatem of government Neither party ner pers...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 October 1865

The Citv. ' ——• i - (jtlMPLVTION of thk tklkukaph ! Line to Ban Antonio—The Soutb- Wes- tern Telegraph Company completed their Hue to Shu Antonio on Friday evening? Nat, and dispatches w-re wnt from his city to the San Antonio Her- aid lor publication. The event of tel. egraph communication with Western Tex >s is one of the greatest of tlie aae. A few months asro the people of Western Texas were eat'stied if they received intelligence from this city in three days, and now it can be transmitted in a f«*w minutes. The completion of the telegraph I nes in this State, is due in a great measure, to the energetic perseverance of their superin* tendent, Mr D. P. ShepperH, who has de voted his whole time to the work. He employs none hut reliable operators, who push business ahead. The South-Western Company now own all the telegraph line- between New Orleans and Louisville, Ken lucky, as well as those in Texas, Western Louisiana and Arkansas. The Company have ju*t purchased , the interest...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 October 1865

fe ■m I / U '1 | Written for the Teliwrapb.l JEFFERSON DAVIS. ■r MOLLIS K. MOORR. "Ft err it human—to foryier, itirim. fto Au«l!%u«. bath stilled the mighty storm, But • deep and ivatlmu grief Stirs the mute heart and urges the warm Ufg to plmd tor that bowed, defenceless form ! ii. Upon that captive head "iisrai26si.'ssr*"" iii. We know that blood hath poured. We know thai voices have been nulled, we know ^ ♦ Among y® the cold sword lath mde and havoc, that the gcldcn glow . B i Uh ma many a warm hearth and board ! IT. tootaronot those dark fields strewn our unaaonumented dead? Did we not feel the dark clouds overhead. And the sudden sattalfht that o ertook the moon i And if ye <*11 it sin, The Past—are then our suffering* let*? But oh, As If had not been . . , . , - , si vast appear* while we with grief and woe 1 for your captive—he ha* ceaxed to be your foe! The little child Ban for His couch at night, lifting his brow Tn.snptlication mild. the honored name; alioly glow to enw...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 October 1865

The Oitv. Examination ov J >hn Stiklk— Cuauoki) With Killivo C .l. J. E Kibby. At hu ion in th« matter of the killing of J. E Kirby by John Steele, had and he d b.'f >re Henry Bra«beitr. Justice ot the Peace, agisted by W. Ferguson, Recorder of the City of Houston, on the 24ih, lioih. and 2Gth of October, 1865, the following prooeediugs were had: Def> udnit pleaded, uoi guil'y, and de« oline i to inuke a voluntary s-atement. F it thk Prosecution.—Capt. M* Mc- CaflVry, sworn, says: Col. Kirby entered my olliceou the tnoruing of the killing, it beiun the office of the Provost Marshal of thf Post of Houston. It was my official office. Col. Kuby ciroe there for the pur- pose of fubsyrtbiug to the planter's oath in regard to cotton. He came about 9 o'clock, A M., and took his departure after he liad transacted his business w th me, toolt his departure from uiy desk. He was evideutly bet ween the gate and the door when I heard the report of fire arms There-was a pause of somethin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 October 1865

uttter from qciEif habe. Victoria, Oct 8,1865. Pp. TBUGRArH—Tour readers may ■Nbsbty fe«l aumu interest in such mat. 4en> perfaininjt thia section of country aa can be difCQaxed in a short letter I propose only a *>rt f, supftficinl BCaMering account of thioga and matters funeral ly, which, in the preafiit dearth >f better in- formation may 1 robably be welcomed. TTbe locomotive now rnoa to the (!r*t station—a thouamd m *n moatly furnished from the black regiment* are nt work up- on the line, or catting timbers in ilie bot- tom. Another engine and additional m - tenals are on the way from N«w Orleans to fjavacft, aothtt' the work can proo-ed from both ende at once—that is, from Lavaca to Victoria. A* to the line from P wder Horn to Lavaca, which was cnninvnced «od completed io the Bayou, there nee ■ h to be aome difficulty or indecision about carrying it farther; but what the trouble ■lay be, whether caused by local jealousy, wautof time or material, private or pub- lic eip...

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

VOL XXXI HO. 103 LEGAL THIS HOUSTON TRIWEEKLY TKl.RfiK.frVH. S8DAT, ork la Ifmr Vnlk vlt) \ HOUSTON, WEDNE8DAT, card. D. D. ATCHISO.N. N'AVAM)TAt GKIMES COUNT*" oetu Texan. dew* J. W. STONE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CHAPPELL HILL—TBXAB. t jT «!>«• ial attention glren to collection*. oel8d6in I. «. SHARCT IIIO. W. CiKTIB H. I. BOOXf SEAItC'Y, CARTER & BOONE, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, <.nlveston, and Andrinon, Crimes Co., Texas. WILL PRACTICE in the *th Judicial Dis- trict, anil in tho counties of Austin, Wadhinsr- Ion nnil Address: SKAl.i'Y i. CAR'l'KK,(ialvest<in; SEARCY i. BOON K, Anderson. jul-dly D. I. BAUXIXA, ATT O R NK Y A T LAW amd General Land Agent, HOUSTON, Texas. WILL ALSO continue to attend the District Court* in Braaoa and Robertson Conntlea. 100,000 Acrea of Land far Hale! Will *«11 and rent lands, furnish descriptive plot*, examine title*, ko. Ofnon—3d story ia Van Alatrne'a Building, Main Street. oetS d&tw3m MA. DOOL E Y Lawyer, OFFICE AT THE DANISH ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 November 1865

I Stjeftxpk Mb SI, 18M. Nl^Nt Of •rgtti* lkU|N wkioh w bntoMkad Md far tho propw eeeKers- II woald bi well If tha rt OotfMtioi ooold bs 4*Uy«I of Mtroh at leMi, Mulif g«Mnl principle, (hi objoct d*. UM th*t vhrtmr givn dlgaltj for tko fMiny of tto Wo oook to iooko tko ofloora of tho 8toto i by ■oklof them fewer to I tttfdod with bottor foj ood ood oloo by oztoading it >ow of all oxooativo ud jadlotol po> Tko pjweo of oK power io la tho poo- Vh>i aM tho pooploi la doiogatiaf power, <owo It !• thohr owa safety to totals a bal- i it. To aoooapHoh thio. bo wml otootloao for, aad of Ho Loftolotoro. Thio to rMtoatot oaoagh. Bootdoo tho LogUla- toro, oar oplaloa l0|aad hao booa for aaaj joara, thttoo ohoald bo eleeted bj tho poo plo oal/ tho folio wing ofiLoon, *i«: tho let WW, who to tho ohtof osooatltoaad ohoald o#o bio pooitioo dirootlj to a pop- alar tfto* ««4 ho aide roepo—Ibio to it torhtoaolat thofct. Governor, who ia oer to oaJrti| <towjy nooototod with logto- tottoa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 November 1865

/ I The City. Dkath of w. P. Johnson, Bkotukr •f ihk President—Mr. W. P. J .hcsnn died t Brazoria a few days ago fr^m tbo efieois of a bud shot wound roceiyed about the 9ih of Oeiober. He whs out huuting and placed bis gun in ibe l>ot>oni if a boat while crossing the Braxos river, and trhem he had oroeaed be was in ibe act of pick- ing it up when the hammer caught and discharged the gun. He receded tbe con- tents in one of bis arms, and for the want of the proper medical attendance the limb mortified and caused bisdeath. Mr. John- son was Collector of the port of Velaeco. at the mouth of tbe Brar.o* River. Mr Louis Schneider, formerly an •rderly for Brig. Gen Bee, 0. S. A., during the late war, was arretted in this city about four months ago, upon the complaint •f two members of tbe 1st (loyal) Texas eavalry, that he had aided in the hanging ef a Union man in Wpstern Texas during the war. He has been kept in close con- finement ever since, and had been often refused an opportu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 November 1865

gri4tfetblg?5eltgrapb 1. I Bditor «i CUMHDfG, id Proprietor. November 1, 1865. i Thnelaa diapoaition manifested by atleaat la Nfnd to the calling of the Convention. MkMRMd that the calling of the Con- i ii In danger of being indefinitely i j when the announcement has al- ■aadj been made that the order for the elec- tiai womld iolM be published. It is also that the reason lately given for Convention a little longer, ins lbs* we mlghtjprofit by the fate in Con- gmtof the States which lately held their aansh mors important reason, namely,— l«ip—Man for a thorough and wise revis- ion ofenr State Constitution. We reapect- tettj suggest thatlt is hardly fair to ignore the es i perpefs in view, one earnestly put iKward. and attadc a collateral one, and tfcafcose merely ineidentally mentioned. It is hrttsr assumed that the delay of (fee Convention will prevent Texts from doing lBPart in * proposed battle with the Bad- * fcM In Coafenas on tlie question of the ad- of the Southern Senators an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 November 1865

The Citv. «• Mr. H. W. Bencbley one of the cou- ductors on the Texas Central Railroad, re- turned to this city a day or two ago, after several weeks absence on a visit to the North. We hope to set? him at his old place shortly, for he is one of the most popular railroad men in the .State. Hon. A. M. Branch, of Huntsville, arrived in this city yesterday and is now stopping at the Rusk House. — Hon, P. S. Stockdale has Ween in town for a day or two past. The Era No ft departed for Galves- ton last evening, heavily laden with cotton. We return thanks to our friend Bry- ant for copies of the illustrated papers and eomie monthlies for November. Bryant is never behind his competitors in having bis papers in town at the earliest opportunity. We are glad to see him so prosperous. He certainly deserves success for he works hard to obtain it. Thanks toG. E. Hutchinson of tbe Postoffice News Depot for late New York papers. A man named Hanks, who resides in Eastern Texas, severely stabbed Patri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 November 1865

flt> fleargeS. LeetaflerrItt8nalth,Ne8 T« tks UmmubU Omrritt Smith 8b—Mj letter of Joly baa, I hope, Unulisil }os, and aroussd you to a realiza- tion of tbo appalling troth that the freed necreee I* oor midat art la imminent dan- Mr of destruction, nod that enlightened Chris'endom hold* yon and tbo party of hamAI M b#rn* pSSnonTout when conj with deoeat com eonpled with the over- throw of a pot theory—the equality of Tie— It i« not to be endnred. To wit- MM the fell of a darling hobby in fall ca- lliNr,fmaetag and caracoling la the pride §t triumphant ancoeaa, to aeethe poor crea- tare torn bopeleaaly topsy-turvy on hi« tarr trot course, and to have the whole dvuiaed world tarn from the painful spec- tacle with deriaion and contempt upon the Ihetiim who have cauaed the aad, the terri- ble rsenlts involved in that fall. This Is than human nature, or atleaat, than Pharaaaic pride of abolitionism can Tonr party will attempt to create Jhe imprsasion that it ia to the opposition, the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 November 1865

•' We are sorry for you; you brought al this on yourselves, and you have cost us years >f !<>*« and suffering, and the shedding |of mu.D blood, but we are sorry for you evertheless, you fought us bravely, and ,e respect you ; you have now said peace, Ood we believe you. We can not conceive why we are sent here, where there is no re- bellion to pu* down,nodi-affection to over- awe ; as to the negroes who caused all this, we have no toler ition for them ; we don't care what becomes of them ; we wish they Were ll in Mexico, or Afriea, or elsewhere out of this hue country, where maoy of us would like to make our homes if you Tex- an*, >" p'ace °f proud submission and cold politeness, would only show us a little cor- diality and good fellowship." Now, Mr. Smit\ this digression may seem out of place, but it illustrates this fact, that the negro has no friend but his master and such small portion of your party as may be honest, sincere and hu- mane. As to Northern men generally...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 November 1865

,7 I FBOM WASHINGTON. I Meatehes to the If. tt Weayun*. PMMWM VtowiM iMihi *rmAf. ViSUOTOi, Oo*. 23—la m letenriew with a friend, la which the eoaditioa of <tbe Iwdt, its proepeeta, duties mod right* mi freely diseaseed, President J oh aeon «id he considered it better to allow the rflletOS lately ia rebellion to carry oat re- •OMMtraotioa lor themselves, en a liberal tpellor, lather then to force them to it, bj MffrjiT tlows and rigid. rules, eertaia to be ilMillt to theei. Should thej get ■l"s<t tt irnul-* be easy for him to oheek In ; Ho depreoated basty action. The 8onl|m States must have time to fally eadiliftid their new position. He was •oppeoed to Allowing the States to have too -niA powsr, to be put under the control of thoBtneral OoTernment. Thf yreeident then touching on the •CPCifilflli of negro suffrage, said hf would mot interfere with it. Our only safety lies iin ijfowing Cech State to control the elee- <tive rrsnohise, within its own limits, by fits «W« laws....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 November 1865

, uc /(it-, l ^ THJi VOL XXXI WO. 104 HOUSTON TRI-WElEKLY TEl.RfiItAPH. HOU8TON, FRIDAY. KfrJ'-MBER 3. 1865 in HOUSTON. M. REICHMAN & CO. AUCTION & COMMISSION .niBeiMT.rs, HOUSTON, TEXAS abb «kpabbd t# MAKE ADVANCES OB CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE Of all kind*. DOMESTIC PRODUCE always TO EXCHANGE Merchandise and Country Prodnce. All (V>n*l«nraentti cnn be iu*de to ok oirect, u OilyVKfTON, where we h«Te ail attentive Agent to • aro.lt? 8'ore It KM), to ta<e rhrga of «OCt G-><> * - s C naWuers the usual own mission charges 0ai 0 '0D. Be'er to any leading house to Qilveeton *nr Houston. Refers in New Orleans to J. TUTUS, President If. O. Mutnal losuranoe Co. n. PETCHAUD. President Hope do O. OAILLaRD, Pres. Citizen* Mntaal do B. UAUNCHEAU, Prea La. Bute de J. PEMBBKTOH, Pres. Merohaata1 Mutual do JOHN CI AO CllB. feq. W< have engaged the aarvloaa of Mr. A. BLACHB, •f New Orleans. M. JLXICHMAJI It Ce„ Jolj 8-dly. LATE INTELLIGENCE. CmaiitMa~IMeaae of Jaka Rlitch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 November 1865

Sti-WeekigWiepjil JSIL ■ jX jhtliXiW K. C081IIHC, d Prftjrrlotof* ' lnnodehr1|M^|M ttossee of openklod; «aMd ll^w^lPaHlttiflipo(u poor, hftve bad ZZJsEZM «■*«. *• in a moet«i*dwfcl mmmm, hy the moW* plication effcooks, M their mother tongue, «b<i at p4c wAMp If vow, pooplo do not camfmmto thsasoslveo for tbe l«ck «f «wly eduoutlooal linrtK iMs. by waml reedlof, II la tbolr euro ifaolt, for Ike bo<>kaare within their teaoh. If tbao }*c«*r Wb® r* d' 11 *• •enough to reply ttat «oy peieou who has ^ may mind, Odd My eoplration, om soon ^ overcome the dWoultf. I* wiU not take long for ftx!^ papkM to ,«*ni bow *• end to rarinMkfltalorUy, Ike best books in tbe vsrioartepertaieats of general litei*- tare. *;*4,r '* " '* '4 - But wliat Tjut nonben of people there •re who enn read, and who have enjoyed to a considerable degree tbe advantages of what is tmH % 'regular ednoktioa, who know nothing about the vast nines of knowledge, truth a 4 wUdom to be found in the literature ftf their...

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

LEGAL. qar. p.- D. D. ATCHISON, NAVASOTAI GltlMKS (XJTJTVTY <**'' TrtM. ^ dCw- > J. W. OLIVER, ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW VAN ALBTYNES BUILDING, Mais Mi, Houston. WILL practice In the counties of Harris, Galves- veston, Fort Bend. Brazoria, Colorado, Austin, Washington, Hruzos, Uriines. Montgomery. Litarty, Jeffcraun and Oraqsu,' and «tll eoiieat claims and do a Land Agrency bustncRH throughout the Stat v. m. hahwooit — a. j. m'kkah HAK\VO«V A McKEAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, (•onasalrM, Texan. WILL PKAl'TICE their proteesiou iu all the courts of the 10th Judicial PUtriet, also iu the couuticHof CaMwell and Guadalupe; also hi thb Fede- ral Court* at Auotin. oct 4-iwtiia Vjfency bustncRH throi J. W. LAWBENCE, ASS'T ASSESSOR INTERNAL REVENUE SECOND DIVISION, FtRST DISTRICT. NOTIOS is hereby given |to all whom it may con- ceru, to come forward and comply with the requi- sition of the laws of the United States in this casemade •ad-provided.. >—a.-r^ . Office in Van Alstyne's Bui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 November 1865

A \ E. H. CU8H1NG, Kditor and Proprietor. HoutMi November 3, 1865. Ia the improvement of our Stale from ia Max of migration, nothing binders no Brack M the difficulty of acoees to (be State the Mifaiaa'ppi river, ood particularly Orleans. Had we railroad cotumuui- throogb to tbe Mtwiiuppi now, it is i to rappoM tbat at lea t one bun and fifty thousand people would be to oar population within a year. Tho dreaded Gulf paarage keepa thousands upoa tbouaanda from coming wbo would tlfeanrlse lose do time in taking a look at At State, as it also keeps thousand* wbo m ban from visiting their frienda on the l^ir aide, affording them uch indues ■Mat* to come as will certainly bring tliem Wo cannot have a railroad at once. Io- 1, two years most piobably elapse be- fan one can be completed, but meanwhile, A* Gulf passage, now thirty-six to for'f fetus, can be shortened to ten or twelve, aad the time from Mew Orleans to Hous lea, now from sixty to seventy hours, way fee shortened to twenty thro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 November 1865

The (Pity. —— Mr. J. W. Ltmeoor, Assessor of tht Ittierual Rev^outf tor Ihi* 0 uuty, gi?. a Boiioe to All concerned that unlesu ihey eome forwHrtl to bit* office wi'hiu ten days the law requires him to d uble ihe HuxeMj Bttnt. Merchants and all uihtfB d iou bu-ioens o! any kind w II please lake warniog and save money. Sea advertise. Mlt. ——The 48th Ohio regiment departd to Galveston last eve; ing o the steamer A. «. Ruthven. ——One of the largee* and tiuest a*. Bortmeots of groceries ef« brought to this murket arrived here ye«le*day ai<>ru lot, 0'>ne«gned to H n<1iick« & Marshall. thoN store U two doors be ow that > f P. J. Willis & Co., on Main street. This enterprising fir ji a<e determined to aell as Ohetp as any 01 her in Texan, auJ those Witbing to purohase groceries will fiod i to their inlet est to eiamne their S'O.k Give them a oail and use the good tiin.gs they have got. We bare had a very unpleasant spell of weatb'r for three o four days last. A he...

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

THC IllHAIf COWCBEif. Its PnmmIIic* eeret-~Wh« was Vwa <■ OpCB •cwi«a~lBMMiui Thlcrea at lVaahrilto--Tfce New Y*rk ■klieaai Badwic Ike PrMUeat. Nkw Tom. Oct. 21 —The Herald's Phil-' •dflphi* special faya : The proceeding of tbe Finiau Congress are nil I enveloped in •oapft'fttivesecrecy. The Secretary affords A briet outline of the business trammeled, •nd not prejudicial to the objects of the Ira- terolty. Duriof yesterday it was evident from the , * (ltd &((• And Mrneat hand sbAking of the delegates that tbe Congress had decided on ■one important measure, the development 01 which is intimately connected with tbe tnecesa of their plana. Funds are promised /tb# movement in abundance. The members V ' of the Congress are personally to subscribe half a miHiosof toiiara. Philadelphia. Oct. 20 — At the session Of tbe Finian Congress Wednesday, Gener- al Sweeney was assigned a seat on tbe plat- form. Tbe General was received with much •ntbosiasm, but he declined making a speech M tb...

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