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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 April 1867

-Mi? * MMiMai VOL. XXXIII—NO 12. HOUSTON, TEXAS, MONDAY, APRIL 15, I8r 7.-TftlPLE SHEET. mmmm whole no. 4668. Auction and Commission S. L. llollKNTUAL & Co., Arclioucera noil I ommisslon 5Iercliiiiit t No. Mi Main St., Houston, T^xas. ADVANCES made un Continents. Auction fal.a every Wednesday and Thursday. apWtwtf . Holienth.l H"n"t"n- M. REICH MAN * CO., Auctioneers & Commission MtfHOHANTa. DVASCKS made on Consignments, stock. of assorted merehandlie at wholesale. Lar„>«- For particulars refer to hand bill* on day of sale. 8. W. STDNOR. IWtwtf Auotlohesr., Exchange nnd Commission. T. B. MCMAHAM. M. T. MCMAHAN 10 T. H. McMAHAN & CO., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND Dealer* in Domestic and Foreign Exehnnge. STRAND. GALVESTON. Special attenMn" to sale Ot Cotton, Wool,T Jtilv lO dtwtjune* MIT1R. Haroourg. Ci< FROM* w. DBOSOB DROEGE & CO., inpout, BXCUANUB AND GENERAL Commission Merchants, Oflce, next door to Ball, (fntchlw «c C strand, ualveston. wjibkhal advan01...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 April 1867

HOUSTON TELEGRAPH APRIL 13.188? 1.1. Mil in, f MOi*1S«tob. fin— 1 tkt KhMIM •>•-•* O- •- 01 ' :s - * " twi" ,' J „ rfcri89H= !l= mrmes !:s: Oarmtr. Mr OOOD iOIUTa WANTED.—The Pr pletor the flLMUH nilhri tr employ one «no4 Tr f- Ajaat tor th* iwn in Tnu. nm tor the other fgggjfcwa Its tee, end mm for the Northern BUtee. Wm ifc|M tor Ike btulneu een make wooer. A fcMat fT **"t will be allowed. Nonet but men h11iyi TOM p, OOHILTRBX If the Oor- Hltor and General Tr*'«11n* Acent tor threaerhoet the Calted Bitia . OTOor OaWeetna Afent. Oaet WM. .O. NOOAN t thl'T*' A1—**""" n :uii.i ton |tim> |W« ellbueioeee tor till* oOce In that oitf uted 'V^TO.B. V. 80ANLAN la as %iIiihum tor Scllto, Kan aothorleod egnnt of Karoee county and ti «*COUNSBLLI*U RB" I«TAMrK.' It !« "very pat in the mouths of may that tbe Tklbobavh haa ''coun- ailttd raaiatance" to the Sherman aalHtary lair. Yea, it has done that ▼ery thing. Judge Sharkey and Robt. J. Walker, ot Mississippi, are carry- ing oat the sort...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 April 1867

Hotels, Boarding, &c. St. Chat lea Reatanrant, OYSTER SALOON & CONFECTIONERY. Main Street. between Praatou and Frame, HOrsTON, TEXA4. K lmre titled up the a?H>r<* e.tab'Uhment .t 7\ *r '>t <■"■<!. hi)11 uiv fully pri-tiai-til to nat! i) all 'Jcun ptruntt. with FRENCH WD AMERICAN DISHES, luitirie*, tad tb« deliaaclaa of th. Direct from Now Orle.n", */ h.ve. at treat trouble HTi'l fXpfiiKt-, Kni-ct-iMli-xl in ur.trtirinir tlit* «..rric*ft of the muHt areotmdl.HM FRENCH CATERER. and a ulj cor'im of FlUt.NCH CO'iKS, ann tr confident of oiir capacity tovieu.e tbe ino.t Uttidiomi. OholcHKt (fnnic. Freahe.t Fitih and Oy.ter.. OI>Ua> H'itie«; Elryant Pft.tri.-n. all th* Kiitw*. Ate . Auu. al wnvs < n • :«r. 1. KfVf At," AT ALL HOPRH. Wall and be witi.liwl. oct!7-tf I.. KUKHT ACO. SuMantiall weahoil. Boarding- Rooma. A. OKNTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE, OR TWO Single Gentlemen can be accommodated with a Fur- uirthed Room, and board in a private family. A few if^nti" nen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 April 1867

• \ J't' I Hr I V- lt^A I') • if K" I |rv- I - Mv tW':- It-:' [ U I fet- , te y.; ■ i, ft BINHOP DCBl'IMPiMTOKAL. '! m."-' if- l-t. 1 'U s p*. **1 .< • • ■—. tov *. oonunutt «• t* nniMifM m*T- —*"—r* *—**—• *" ILMUM ' 4M^<fWA * «* Owk-WM. O.KOOA*. (M.ta.iiMMkiak*! tottatdt, HI I I f. p. SCAR LAX I* M •■thorlitd Mf* t of UKUM. blM Mutr odTl- THj 1 II III MPftM If" W rrtlfim tM roUrwl Mo an MttpiRMrt Wl M W ■*« a#e«t aad trarallnc MMMtetfirtlM Weeoajmeud hlai jiw(fl ft—flatmttai of «r MDttwM of the MflpfliMnMnnr. OTO CHCKCHBH. . The -toleration, charity and fellow- ship existing among {be adherents of the various wlWao* bodies in the citfr*fH«a«toii> is a matter of pleasant conttteplation to ajl those who are Syior historically acqaainted bitter sectarian hatreds of ce^j$l's past When any of these bodfcss have to build a new place of woftlltft:, or to repair an old one, all oor^lttna help in the good work, whfthsr it be for the accomodation of Christiana or Hebrews, Catholics...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 April 1867

f ^ THE HOI' 8TOX TELEGRAPH The Theatre. We lt aru tLat the Company from Mrm- T HE CI T Y • j Lia will be here ju a few day* to commence HOUSTON, APRIL'15, .807 • tlit-ir wason of dramatic entertaiument. It. •j - - ———— is to bo l,n|K'U tbejr may succeed aud have a prosperous time with the ilran'U iu IIous- tou. II. K. .Mark*' Gallery. A visitor to the l'hoto^iaphio Gallery of Mr il. K. Mark.", at the corner of Cougren* aud Main streets, is well repaid with a view of the many hamUo no works of art that adurn its walls. The pictures takeu here are all most skilfully executed, aud any one wishing a resemblance to himself should call and have his picture takeu. Tkaaka. Our tbauks are due to Mr. J. E. Mason foru lot of late papers aud magazine*. Also to Messrs Cushiug & Cave aud Bry- ant ii. Wilkerouu for like favors. The Capital Hotel. Those wishing a i^uiet and elegant house, with a good comfortable room,tables loaded with every luxury aud delicacy, attentive servants, central sit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 April 1867

-4 ;Mk Hi# & iv. r hi; r' tte' . -r'A , ,ft I .Ola* y Bnifytato. are being] I of tfa* OOUB- f lit ion. I* I two hau- Part* Wiled his fktber j •OQMriptiMi Sy J c. ooiuir * co., DRUGGISTS AMD APOTRKCABlfeS, II fBAMUtlM STREET, > Opposite lb* Hutehins Boom, BouMow «H4 dtwt Drogg'sta. For Sale or Bent. .ktwwtbooaljr ■jii '■ tf*4> •on ofj ■£> b« Drngglit, Dealer ta P«tolt1hAa*E PEEFCMBEIE", Patau, Ofl*. Ah MI«, . HOUSTON. TIX AS. <" I 1 tar Special attention lven to Country Ordara. marlT-dtwfca ,, „ ffifciU of' m people masqoe- foot and a r #tood between their " 'iKii. si lias communicated m wWUuJoal t of SSkkS be: amneaty proclamation. The names of all parties recommend- > accompany the list, that nearly four Ave been recom - by el-got. Jack 'Texaa. > '*■: •>r( WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS 141 Chambers 4c 1 Hudson SU, NEW YORK, Bucce—ort to HAVILAND, KKB8B * OO-ISM, HAVILAND, HARRAL & RIB LIT, HAKRAL. HISLEY 4c KITCHEN, UARk/L, KISLBY 4c TOMPKINS. JVm. Loffini, ^VlIO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 April 1867

M VIV HOUSTON TELEGRAPH Bl slNKSH NOTICED. Hmlli HOU8TON. APRIL 13, .867 T HE CITY. l"mr 4t Cnatr. Tliii firm have rented llie store uklrr tlie Tti ir.Bini i.itiic. and have opened a fine and net atock of dry good*, clothing, boot*, xboes and hat«. whieb tbey offer to cu*to- tuer* at the very lowest rate*. We would «]vUe our friends to call upon theoe wortbr young ui?n and examine their complete as- sortment of £<H>d*. They were both good The Opera. Last ni^lit a house junta little Wtterthan the oat of the uijjht previous, w itnessed the I™ 7,' 01 * "r eieellent execution of I, Tr.^tort. The J*J T" °f ,"U«n, ' of " Leouora " was sustained by Mme. «*■«•■« f '«" comr^e,. < arl.-tta Cattiuari in a most waSniflceut I a.m.. hale.. manner. Tljis lady i-t rather large for a ! *l>ecial attention of buyers is invited part like '• Leonora," yet the sweetuesa of ' *'u" largest Sheriff's and auction like voice, asceuding in liquid j ***** eVcr l"'Kl in t!:t *■•«>"• *'l'lch is adv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 April 1867

| COLUMN MWIPIWW' Maw I Uk* tM * «••< be. . OnIwtalwta«B«le.ty; s2 4KTJ5taj- ""SK'mu,,,.; _ jik -- granted inc. ) Bka the dtli; uliov where I a ; otitic**: ' LUMUM of Slutrou grow, will below, tlmn wek'omo [H'ucn 1 FalfT Si pry for little .Folks. w toiioe , an old woman «T the country as RucIihI «be had the moat ttbouii- r ud Uie ah&rpeat tongue She scolded everybody her cliil- rftnaDoni dnmb beast* about boattced and twitched, tnd « af *d, aad snarled all d<iy long. don't allow such be ftrUx as that to go unpunished, and MW day the fairy queen too: -tVrr- of Nannie, her black cat^ took the Jwd before the fire. lOQt of that f cried Rachel, ' it with, the broom ; "do you want you on my clean j yon good tor-nothing brute ?" ''Meouw!" said the cat, and snarled aai'thgwed her totptl).- 1.1 do yon dafo growl at me? ow yott where you are, pretty d*'tfreeehed Each«J, bringing i her broomstick on t/io cul'h Jbnt Instead «r « at«g a aw«y. lie stood straight nnon her liiml- Ttttelio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 April 1867

vol. xxxiii—no 13. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL IT, 1867. WHOLE NO. 4669. Auction and Commission S. L. Hohknthal & Co., Arctleneere and I'malwlH <#IwckuUi No. 50 Main UouitOD, Texas. ADVANCES made un Con-lgnment'. Aue'lop Sales every Wedn.i.lay and Thur<day. apSdtwtf ■ Ilohauth-l > * ">" M. REIl'HMAN Si CO., Auctioneers & Commission MERCHANTS. i%-DVANCBB mule on Conaitfnmi-nts. Lurf eWfiks of assorted merchandlie at wholesale. For particulars refer to hand bills on day of sale. Dfldtwtf S.W. 8YDN0R, Auctioneer. Exchange and Commission. M. V. MCMAHAN t. tt. mcmahan. a. lewis T. II. McMAHAN & CO., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND Dealer* In Domestic and Foreign Exchange. 8TRAND, GALVESTON. % Bpeolal attention iriven to ule of * Cotton, Wool,' A c. 1ulv in dtwtjune' . c. KELLNEK, 3nd DOOR CONCRETE BD H.DINCJ COMMERCE ST., HOU8TON, TEXAS. AGENT OF DROEGE & CO., Import, .Exchange, and General Commission Merchants Banking and Exchange. T. W. UOUDB, Dealer l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 April 1867

p.'li—p ijMUgawi • -HOUSTON TELEGRAPH HOUSTON. APRIL 16.1867 t. ■. tiumtt, | • t ' SDITOS p*opVi«tor. Tiiwi mt At Ttkyp* Ci rri-w^.^Xr_.15- " "H,t~ " • S-8* ggr COD AOSSTS WA***D.-Th« Pr Ut r •r IW TlLKUni wl«b#« n «■« tooA Tr« - dhw |JH1 %r Um WW la TWsas. mm '«c lb «tb r Tj thn« luiM, 4 >>• for U HmtkmlW* Mm mtnM tor th« *• —" 1 |tr out .111 I* •Ilow-4. id peiHTtriDM. lib «ood nfct.UV nun tom r. oohii.t«** i* tt> c«- •r4 («wid Trt'din* A* t 'or boat tb. tWM S< tt«- Mnt Cbft. WW. q- noca . T'MW" « i~::"*xr \ >«M«b *b« ' U bclo«w Car lhl> o«c !mtb * cit ... 'i '"tetwf «<**• a F.SOASLAate.*" itbflrli <l««' <* Whuiun iurliiilok K*ru«« «*u<n * « >- M (V^(- W W. PURDOM hx« «nt*r-4 Into n |nga^IHll vltb <1 •> ••*<-1*1 Mront and trmr*Miw mm lrtrft* "" w f..mirnnl' U|I%'H Maiua ibrttlon «I >u« con nf the (M *1*4oar ftirod* jinocrmllT. hoard it otherwise u they may cbo3M. Nobody will ever hoard greeuback*. AH the monfcy which there may 1m? in thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 April 1867

[It fee |w It - iu - lr- |g* fie In- er- ven tin. rty ej>8 mi *iy SUfc the red, iiflt of •'Kb in fed ler, ir kf ling :hed >uld 4 ;# • <r Hotels, Hoarding, &c. NEW YORK HOTEL. NEW YORK CITY. THE Copartnership heretofore existing uD11-r tbe run of Cranstoo Ac llildre'li. is dl -<.lv d b. uiutu'il r>oi*,'t. Tbe business wil he carrltel ou by Mr. D. «• Hi tret li. h >i, authorised to aiif a the name if > Lf tirin 10 liquiUu iou. HIK.VM CRtNSTOV. v ..... P. M. HtLDHEttl. i<ew lork, Jan. 14th, IK*. MR. I). M. HILDKKTd. formerly proprietor of the {•; CJlArksftliotvl, N<*c UiU-auH. having Im-cmui* the of the al uvtf w/H liuown unrt popular w- t&h'.Nhmeut t*k~n the proaent oc^alon to a*nure hi* tuutberu and the public generallr* that no paiaa or exuense will be Hparcl ia bin effort* to lun- ula iu w*ll r*rn«4 ropuUtion a* one of the mo* o«.uiforUblv hoteU ia tbe country. ap3dtwtf. St. Chat lea Restaurant, OYSTER SALOON & CONFECTIONERY. Main Street. b«t ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 April 1867

- w. **a#6K «* ••' .**'"• / x*rrr"" " H siftlSI •**W' •; , _ I * Jn«i .frrlrea MtllESt IVTItfS TELEGRAPH ■OtOTON. APRIL 17.1867 PBOPMBTO*. f 7TTT7 . TMM0 ^OamMr- aa* «* tor tt ^ urfmi an MkiWNf< A HlMt lltidMii lWbet "OIa b ltll«00M" vu startled in his pleasing occupa- tion by Totce exclaiming 'charity for ft wounded soldier for God's sake,' ftnd looking around sftw ft man draw- ing bead on him with • musket. Like ft wise man as he was, Gil Bias dropped bit coins very carefully into Um bat placed in the road for this purpose, and rode quietly and quick- ly on. Words ftre lost on him who needs to be told tbftt it is the duty of every man to register who can and to use [ ajB diliyoftin voting for and secur- ing the election of the best menlor .um TO* r. OCHILTBM It tb. Cor mmMf MH* H ^ Tntr'"B* i lhiirt~' • .a;.. P Pv-; l^v m: - '"wl isJi% i-f IS 1m * \'f ■ m !$ ;4s Si ' ffi Bre«r<Mliwf *—«• <****> C.WOOAW. ■ tkiabAawtlkrtk* fcHNW • Uttat.lt, " -.r, • •*•*« WtbOftapS * SUM...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 April 1867

7 THE HOUSTON TELEGRAPH HOUSTON. APRIL 17, .807 THE CITY 1 I (irV $ I f J t J * 1 bi'*inkw«4 .notices. The Holy Week. This being Holy Week, the services at the Catholic Chui'i'h (St. Viiiceut'a de l'uul) will take place as follows : The trmbrtt will coiuinu ie on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Scnuou by the ltuv'd Fatlu r CJueraf. Thursday—High-Mass at 8 o'clock in the morning. Sermon in German by the Kvv. Father Urayenhuhl, Thursday evening, at. / o'clock,- imrhnt. Sermon in English by Father (juerat. (Jood Friday—service will coinmence iu the morning at 7 o'clock—the worship ol' the cross—sermon in German by father (itaycnbuhl. Evening, at 7 o'clock, sermon in English. Ilnly Saturday—Easter eve—High-Mass at 7} o'clock in the morning. In the Episcopal Church, there will bo appropriate service every morniug at 7 o'clock ; also on Wednesday evening at 7} o'clock, and on (}>iod Friday at 11 A. M. On next Sunday, (Easter,) the Rev. 'Jr. Cross will deliver two discourses on the Kesu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 April 1867

OBBssasss-B W# kin before u the MBUftl re- port of President Beauregard, of the Ne«^ Jidkeoa aud Great Nortlffeta-Bailrmul Oooipaay. Itap- peara that the great manfaal Iim wiel- <Ud the baton of the road with the same degree of skill ae be carried witb bin la hie military campaign*, Midwiwlt is a most favorable ex- hitM of the condition of the company The ran of 205 miles is now made in 19 boQRfe fnr a safe road abounding bridges, stations Draggteto. The rolling stock consists of twen- ty-Mren locomotive engines, seven tot class passenger cars, sixteen sec oaddaespassf ger caw, eleven bag I'- 1 and thirty .three box cars, and one handnd Mid fifty Ave flat cars, be i stock and wood cars snd timber tnwk^71j0f^ * The total earnings of the road for the year coding the 1st of March was $1,018,134 10, exceeding by 0128,- 194 lQdttoi eOlimite,'which'was for a —iiM«« and a half. The present in- dtbtedaess of the company, (exclu- sive of the bonded debt, which is $2r 741,000} lj f !Jp9,0i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 April 1867

THE HOUSTON TELEGKAPH HOUSTON. APRIL 16, -807 T II E C 1 T Y . i Another XVomI la AdvertNt-ri*.. Wi' liiiVB ikiiiitltec woiil I'tir our Ihisim-hu men. It is rontmnml in tin1 fact flint a can tul examination *liu\vs that out <il' m aily two hundred men, who failed in business as m«* ehanion anil tueiohants in tin: eity of New York, ilntilii! tilt) last year, hut nnr iron u veijular tulcerliner in the jntjiern of the itn;/. Harris Cntuity lilblf Society. A met'till# of the Harris l\>iint\ llihle ■Society will ho held at t he .Methodist (.'hutch this tkvouina at 7A o'clock. Mc.iulicts and JVieuds of the f'iiurch arrinritcd mid urged to he [ixc.sent. Tli links. Our thank* are returned to Messrs. Gushing it Cave, Mr. .). K. Motion and Messrs. Hryant & Wilkerson for lata New Orleans and New York papers. Tito lattor I •"iie<i. lirtti have opened a> their news depot a new ,nl and liue lot of stationery, which can he liiui a lot of ugly name*, whereupon the lat- ter putuuiele...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 April 1867

■ r V HKWS E ITORIAL. y ..r \*x. la,. Ki if it' isj .jtV.• Jfr <qm. asw# Virginia Imm an jmigTaLt agency id T X<oadon. •>*' '• Tba Haw- York bod carriers have ^Collector Smythe is all right'. Prof. Blot'i aaooeM in Hartford in .^rodigiooa. It Kortli Carolina it ia death to •tealahorae. Qottachalk ia coining money in Cbili. In Portland "batter" ia a new name for whiakey. The arrested Fenians in Ireland are glad to hear that the Queen opposes capital puniabmeut. V ""AiWtte'yirl iirGbiqago yaidragged from bet death bed and flogged by her father. The brute ia to limbo. Beat estate ia uncommonly high and brisk Id Mew York. The Holy Synagogue has been dia- covered in Palestine. A pint of hair dye at a draaght end- ad Uie troublea of a love aiclc barber at radiaaapolia. A number of female evangelists are preaching in England. There are freah reports that Queen Vie. has determined to console her- self with a aecoud huaband. Mrs. Victoria Curtis, of Floyd conn- tj, Qa., ahot beraelf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 April 1867

^ X K \*- . * 41 <VT / * H. VOL. XXXIII—NO 14. HOUSTON, TEXAS® I DAY, APRIL 19, ISfiT. WHOLE NO. 4670. Auction and Commission * F. R. Lnbb^ck & Son. I SP" llankiugr and Exchange. , T. W. Groceries Li i u.irs, A'c. AUCTION EE IIS AM> rOJMIssiOJf ME B C ii A 5 T s DmI'r ia Fareifia«4 Itoamlr Exchange aou*Tox. txxas. main stbeet. I ^VlLL ORVW IX SIJ4i T > SUIT PUHO'f r* o til# tnM-xt! cltMl of Karo^. and l«u> Ook a l C-irrraer cxchaac* on X«« Turk. Bo«too "inrOrlmu. Oct :3dt <m. ' L. P. Morton & Co 30 Broad Street, New Yorl Datw steeling exchange axd issue Circular Letter* of Crt it ia all the principal citie* *u~i tofitf o( Ku:ope. T+<fgripU c Or4«*r* iu«i-<4 f if tb* purrhtfte ani \1« c•! :^cluaa'i bott4« ia L< *a *ad New York. I- *o D-<o:Ut-^i U) .v w York or L# n ion. Cisll t iriQCej IQi l« O : tpp.*OTe«l « I n vee*t aliov^l 00 J*: -aits. L. P. Morton, Burns Sc C _ 58 Old Broad St, Lonci on. j Banking Housa | JAY COOKE & CO., I xo. it wall str...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 April 1867

: ™ • Sprit ' > ?' > i¥■ ■ 1, ■ we This hoe beta done jmmtij } know these frets. To counteract tbess perniciou* in iuenaes as inlariaas to the nejro a> to the «Wts* «« 7 inoeourse exists for as to ptripfr Silence, iudiffier ence, Inaction on onr pore will not be It amtk course will end oar discomfiture end in (he triumph of the Radicals. We matt bring everything lutfhroad daylight We mastdepftv* eil bushwhacking, jaj hawking Radicals of ell pretext for concealment and secret misrepre- sents thin, by giving then e foir, foil deoent pablio bearing. Let eneh any oa the stamp. without hindrance or insult. Let a« answer them with ikfr reply; the Conservatives oan ran them off the field with arga meat) by appeala to reason, justice, the interest of all, block oa well oa white, and by appeal* to the instinct ire feeling*nod attachment*, in wbicb the negro participatea to a degree aa well oa the white Southern man. The negroes will see on which aide liea right, andjtoaqy of them wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 April 1867

* totals, Hoarding, &e. W YORK HOTEL NEW YORK CITY. - Hardware. liAKlLETT, BOBBINS & CO. Late NAYWAID, lARTiiTT Jt 60. | ARCHITECTURAL STOVES, i uranrr nnd Knlliif W rkm Office, 0 P17 No. 21 Li«ht Street, Baltimore. Md, THE f?op%rtr>erhhio heretofore e*l«tlri4r under the Arm of Ci-nnNion A IlildrvtU. ia di*-«lv*d be mutual ciumj-t. The buMoe** wil We curried on by Mr. 1). j M. Hi;«!r*th. who i- authorial*! to iilgn the unioe of • lie arm in liquid*'Ion. • HIRAM CBW8TOV. 1). M. HiLDKISTll. New York, Jan. 14th, 1WJ6. MR. D. II. HILOKKTH. formerly pr«*p* i «tor of the Charle* Hotel, Nhw Urban*. having become the • aole tenaee of the above well kiiowu and popular e«- tabliflhmeot t*k «a the preNent oc^a«ion to a«Kure hi* 8o«U eH iri«-i*i* *i*l tb* public generally, tlial no paine pr axoeuan will be Npared in< hi« effort* to *uk- | tain Its well earned reputation aa one of the mo< ; comfortable hotels in the cuntrv. ap6dtwtf. j REMINGTON'S St. Chat les Restaurant, OYSTER...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 April 1867

% t ■ "**\ 4 v .v J f ft v =*= i. {, [OTJ8TON, APRIL 19,1867 r?T •. •. MlflMI, I „oA£o* V. B. Ourreacy |MH . rJ WANTED.—The Proprietor vtahss to s plov one good Trav- tor the Norffeera Btatss. I MAImsaimv A r. r*fll1* sOowsd. RoMTMrn •MW M< HmfOTm eitb good Mbseacea, need U;ih.N n^L •1' -MS •firtUJOR TO* T. OCHILTBCT ii th* Cor iwmllap'MM* art 6mmi Traveling Agent tor ■uoiura throaghoat ths United states. ■Ntar*d«MMaA«MM Cant. WM, 0. NOLAN, ■ ttojli tNiltoMw Tiinn^ V *fcwy ffca mt>*gi i tortttoanag lathatoity , !.J P.SCANLANIs M authorised agsat ef )rtw«uw IbHslite. tUmm eoaaty aadvi- I'f® m£ t t 1i Mat Winn IKM i m mhrw wjti mm ladiigi plmk ttmmXlr, , . . ;• •"•' ' '* ' ■r Aa WitWIirt Wfcl «i this offiee for "IlesrT O. Knight, earn ef Cel. Adsaw." • >,.*■ > unin fri 'tw, L-4_. to ~#or 4 by a gentleman of v-"'' ■ w BY Is to authorised iffut mt imriimfcn it the TiLioun at Louismie, '■ - wvwmmut AmiRN. s •• '•/•lUJ'V't §i if ' Ml * i '■ *< '■■" We tranalate beldw a very...

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