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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 November 1865

I The City. An ia«aii «miu u named Hao«on wb • baa heeu om fined in the county jail, in ihU ci'y, for several months p%et, was sen> <o ih«> Ioaeue Asylum at Au-iin yes- terday in chage of ait • ffii-er appoint' d by S e> iff L >rd. Tbe ch ge w « m .de by itie influence of Oniot Ju-iioe Roberts of this cuuniy. The examination of Mr. Ranks, charged with slabbing Lawler iu a drunken fracxts on Tueedtj afternoon, to*>k plice yesterday m i uiug in ■ he Eeooi a i '$ Court. It seem- irum (lie evid-nc* tnat Liwlei wait to t>l me for commencing the i««.— ¥fee weapon used by Hanks was a pocket knife. Lawler hud b en pr n unced us not dangerously w uuded, and he appear- ed before the Court ad a witneas His {{'■"or fined both tbe hetlig rents $2$ each and c.'Bis, which they paid and departed on their way rejoicing. We are informed by several oiti* tens th•«t the ordinance forbidding tbe running of horses across the City br dges, is d•«i 1> disregarded hoih by drayman and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 November 1865

I UITUIM1 unuum 1 if- mmmmm EftTiLMMra-IaMlMt e#m««nU cation mgardiaft tbe capabilities of Western T*Mi, 1 ssaerVd that tbe day fhw mall ■tt ttri could bo despised was p at Bui in iwalitp an theee matters a mall that make a couotry proaperooa and aelf-aoataioinf, and render material comfort, society nod atfooft* lion poaaible for alt—ia place of the present «yetem of large plantations on tbe rivers * nod isolated stuck ranches at great distances In the interior? The lirigation of tbe river vtllaya and he formation of tanks and rea- eivoira for rain water at a distance from tbe stivams, tbe cultivation of the vine and of snail grain and the production of superior cattle and horses by means ot fenced pas* tore* and tbe providing of forage, would, taken collectively, enable a population of em hundred familiee to live eoaifortablj end enjoy society with all tbe advautage of education and progress, where now a sin gle household barely, exists on bread and beef and r*lap«e into alaoat Ind...

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

HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL XXXI HO. 105 HOUS TON. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 6, 1865 WHOLE NO. 3708 HOUSTON. M. REICHMAN & CO. 4UCTI0N & COMMISSION MVEncMMTjra, HOUSTON, TEXAS ARK "REPARKD TO MAKE ADVANCES CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE Of all kMh DOMESTIC PRODUCE ALWAYS OB HAW* TO EXCHANGE FOB Merchandise and Country Produce. HOUSTON. BAR6AINS f BARGAINS! JUST I RECEIVED, Per Stsaaer Wttalngtn, by E. R. WELLS & CO. 1TM7 deseriptlos «r DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, JTi BOOTS AND SHOES, LADIES' DRBSS GOODS Plain and Col'd FRENCH MERINOS, COTTON and WOOL PLAIDS, AIjL WOOL DELAINES, FLANNELS Bed, White Yellow, OPERA FLANNELS' COTTON 8HBETING, LINEN 8HBKTING8,) CANTON FLANNELS, TICKINGS, LINREYS. A ftill and econPLBTB A8MBT1HEIVT AT W. M. RICE*S OLD STAND MAIN STREET. HOUSTON. dU oN SALE- IS bags Prime Rio Coffee, 20 boxes Havana Sugar, 90 bbls. La. Sugar, brown A clarified. 30 " Texus Sugar. " 30 H bbli. La. and Texas Sugar, 10 bales India Bagging, 35 " Grass Bagging, 4 " Dundee " 100 coi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 November 1865

ftri-Wrcklg 3-rlrnraph , E. M. C'USHINU, Editor and Proprietor. ttoastoDi November 4, 1866. la wldi'i tn t> what *e Imf already Mid of ibe advantages, in the way of popular culture, to be al'niued bytlie disseroiuation of (be Mat books, we wi also iv say that |Ma waeai rf mental tutpruveuieiit is avall- «We under all cifOomotances. It does not klrtterfcro with lite ordinary avocation* uf •life. AH ihrtt In nrceMary is, to devote ibe <ap%re hours, u-uaUy wasted in auprofltable <«6mpany. idle conversation. or in doing nothing, to the reeding of some valuable Jftooa. Tbtre is not a man or wouiau in 4Me country who has not wnated *in « enongh to have acquired a very Urge ac- quaintance with the best hooks, in (he dif- ferent departwents of thought, to be found la lbe language. Hnppose that all our peo- ple wen to devote only half the time they hibkoatly Waste to general reading; iu a few years tbe whole face of society would WcfcaBfed. We nbo«ld hare an eutirely dUforeut popula...

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

sw LORRAINE LEV EKE, OR The Story of One Xau's Heart. BY TITL1TA. (Continwd ) Houston. IVxhb, Sept . 5, 1868. My Dear Brother : --As I ba e an op- portunity of s ii«1iuk y u letters while n T. *•«*—as there is constant cotutuuotcslioii be>we«n ihit pUce and Mexico, I shall gM'Hjr rinhiace the rare opportunity. Y 'U will woudt-r at il>e date wt my let ter. I am sent h r« by tbe President to investigate a watttr concp'iiiujc (Jivern- m«*nt cotton. Thtre is evidence of arnie inutpue, whereby parties who ar lb com munieatloti wl'h the enemy, are furnishinjr eoit<n at Qovert meut cipei.je and re- ceiving guifa in return. An1 Clint. to my tiitmny,Ralph 8o<ti«rs' attvo ia lerib'y Involved in th s miserable fraud. But 1 nil' recount iu d* tail. Being | ut on po-t duty since uiy wourd •eparMted ine frma my brigade, the report of arme 1'rsiidulent transactions with Gov eminent oonon in Texa*. reached Rich- mond. I whs sent for and ordired to pio- seed to Hou-t'iD. and without maki...

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

m 'Vjim tri*H'ffklj|®rlfj!raph B. H. CURH IMG, Editor and Proprietor. November I, 1865. I« to-day's paper will be found a tele- gM* ab«ut • great fair in Philadelphia tor ||a benefit of soldiers and sailors ef the FMUral serrioe who are poverty stricken gad otherwise suffering in cone^qiu ace of tbs war. Leading offioers are encou raging the movement. We also n-ric« intimation' appropriations bf Congress for the ben- olt of tb" same elass. Tbe Adm'nWration It also (hvoring disabled and poverty at .ick Oa olloertand aeidlert In tbe various ap pelatmnnts to Federal office*. This is all well. It is the duty of the Government, and of tbe people of th** Hortbern State*, to see that ibe soldiers of tbe Federal army, who are in reduced aud helpless circumstances, do not suffer. Bat have the Southern people no obliga- tfoM of a similar character t We thiuk they have. Tbe Southern 8 a tea attempted t«> wparata from the Government of the Union and form an independent Government! war snsned...

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

•*r rriie Pity. — Th« 8'i' !! r Si « .■ CI >ud, t?«p Mia J. H SifM'itt t r (id 'r m (J.lv.aoi Sft urday morning wW if c i< llow;n> Hai •f pttesengera: Isidor Bock, Kirlieks, Hubby. MiuwohI.1, Niidhftm, Hinlv. Alexander. J J Took". Col Payne. Dr liollniiil Drs Jf D Roin r". Fervuson. Pendurvis. I)r Kandall J G Kiindall. Linden, 8 W A lion. Bowlby. E iif 'rton, B"ek- Wlth, Kin*. Freeman, Oliver. Carson. LHMcGowa.ii. J Button, J Morgan, J M Lee. K tchuiu, J J Price, Dow, F M Saui-om, 1} L Coryell, 1) East burn, A Alex- ander. R P Boyce, J tin Davis. A Kant. A G Wedge. D iy. Mr* Still 4c child, J D Newborn and lady, 51 is* Bowlby, six on deck. UoN8iiiNKEs:—S L Allen &Co.; Adams Express Co.; ■ekhmau; J Blum; C Louecopc; Uart s <k K lb r: H A itoumau; T M B.urby; Stephenson d: Bren:'.n; J J Hendricks; J Arto; L M Rwh 4 Co.; P 8« hwunder4c Co; A S Ambler A Co.; Coniin rcial Expi .■«« Co.: Wm Christian: J Si J 11 Sydnor; SeMiimn &. (Jo.; J C Cou- ley; U R Percy; A Whitak...

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

THLEUKAPH. ON THE COOK Written tor tt>« t«-ie*TM h. THE (IRE AT U M K K A D . IT UUU< • WML A qttM ski pre*eber one* Mid g idj y u ir Itdy who we* eomnin- )H n i eenaon kbt btd juet b*«id— '* ChiM. eMU, your brain i- like • l «e. |l gift* *11 ik* ■ ••• out M'i itkei I he br« I bin heard comment* upi n Ik si "J «Bub forcibly recalie-l * bi« apt • pi«rt (Hi •• 7 mind, pad there are twm*** ••• ,hl*k ttr vvr' *roB*10 '• ti*s paUle attention to ane k n they llfl kurd #f Ofehr m tbe eieorated au'bo* •f Qiin Mab. The object of tb«s article h lo brio* before my reader^ one of 8bel- Iri'i ■liof pnw >o beautiful end uo tliM ka««k that to aike it U i!i r in to do a real *o vice to all who love go d so* try. I al'n-le to the ••L«uer in Maria flieberac." I do noi «l<c' ibis because it is the wo**t beautiful of ibis froat P 'Oi V leafrtlff— *n' b -oaase it is l*-f unown. aad of a rare and delicate order f p etry utterly devoid • f tbi* metapby-iial el- meat that renders Shelley the ho...

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

Tlie City. Tw « or i 11 •••*!£•« o iMren wer- u>4 ai *,r t"*'®H h> Omi- 0 nri fti ih« h't •••mi. T'i *'r truciiiniiH Vt.r- h iiikI "• t-nch im*in u«« f«i1 <>o unn- ti dm him' e*iin* 'hew Tv> w re h uu- un ii ihe> b o iini* 21 y*ur* of nge. — We liarn •! <• l*tH Hin« havi- lim- ilit- «■ turn (MOjn much. It <*hs «!r.p piiitt t'ff hul 8 p ii r io 'ho sturiu rniil in'ioh • t it '8 u •« «n Hie trouin). rn.i1 dirt au<i c*',,a" tvi-otne inlxeit with il We tiu-l ht ilniuijre if i*in 8'i < rent a* r— pc'eil ih« weitn-r civil nues plae- aot, "'U " ol >l i"0,> b. nave l vet e rii hi*t many of the iiegro<? on tue p'Hul*1 uiii* i•• ihi count.^ h^vc hii i iCith-n t •i*p Hii a'j.ni-, m <*e~ a >d hni-8"", wib be 1'vi.leil «ni d* 'item at O-i# ma* li.ne, a">l i" cu I- qiieme lit*- beottte vsrv i'twoient * <1 Ihzv . I'ho urtiou'H o th-- Fueilm V Bureau have lo« e ult in ihrii power I•• rienj' it.e rtUi" oml, au l many ot the ri go s hv- b «• m• bum e...

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

M f f ■ ?W HH- IW ©. B. M*k «kn bjr Telegraph to If. #. Tl«w. Washington Oct. W.—No redaction of ttloilMK in «iiitM|tUi)!d in WeiWti Vir- W Mcnb ra of the veteran reserve ^>rpt m to bur* tba choice of beioj mus- tered oat, «r ot serving oot tboif tera oi «ui- Tho aaxtmoathly otatemeot of the p«b- fio debt will show o rodoctioa of Um prio- dtaaL % receipts from the tariff aad internal j«MMt dalle* are iw large B. JobMoa is elected to tb* Best Hcmse i from tba Tbini District -efVircwia. He hM guiMt to New Jersey *4a take tbs ■tamp in f vor of tlw AJmiu- • istration. -> Bvv l)r B*e<>n. of New Haven, hs* just "teturutxl from tue 6 'Uth. H >1 j) i aO It boo bere to day on (be religion* coudi- __ of tb« Soatbera Stale*. The order canceling the opiaioa of the attorney Gene al on the payment of bouu> 4ioo to oolured troo. i, *« issned by direo- kM of Uie President. In musteri g oat tbe reftaeenU recruited t the Confederate prisoners, enlinted who enlisted while prisoner-, ...

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

HOUSTON TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL XXXI NO. 10* H0U8T0N, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1865 WHOLE NO. 370® HOUSTON. M. REICHMAN & CO., AUCTION & COMMISSION JDBJICIMTJIV, HOUSTON, TEXAS ABB "RSPABBB T# MIAKE ADVANCES OB CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE Of all khMk. DOMESTIC PRODUCE ALWAYS ON HANI) TO EXCHANGE FOR Merchandise and Country Produce. All Conslar; ien' n -!• 'it to nt> flirect, at BALVK8T0N, wb> rf wf *kv>. .11 atfc-iiUTe Agent *nrt amnle Stor^ H ow. >.o >*'<" M >-rgs of nocb Gou t. ta,y','in 0 '!' o«n r.-.tomiwlon chargn at Salveston. Refer to uv &«> « ta Gatvwiuni and flenatno. Befera in New ftrleaas to 5fe 'J''?.-,.,; f ,$ t. TUTB8, President N. O. Mutual Insuraues Co. II. PBYCHAUD, President Hope do O. OAILLARD, Pres. Citlsens Mutual do B. OAUNCHEAU, Pre* La. State do J. PBMBBRTON, Pres. Merchants' Mutual do JOHN GAUCHK. Esq. We hare engaged the serrioes of Mr. A. BLACHE, «f New Orleans. M. REICHMAN & Co, Jnly 8-dly Auctioneers. MAMMOTH SALE. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 November 1865

•ri-WttUgStlnifti E. H. CU8HIHG, Editor Mid Proprietor. November 8t 18M. Si Tke death of Henry John Tempi*, Vi - Pmlewten, one of the oldest, if not «ho oldeet le«di«f SUteemen in eetfre pub- lic lift, is one of the notable events of the 4aj. Wo cannot, in say original mm, mj that Lord Palmenton waa a gnat bat be wm certainly the most uniformly racoeufoi statesman, and for tbe lengthy career, known to modern his- tory. * Ha Mm been oonneoted with tbe ad- adniitratfon of tbe Briti b Gorernment «1- woet uninterraptcdly for neeriy sixtj yean, «nd bae never tailed to take care of himself under oil political and execttttre changes. Ho never adopted a fixed political oreed, and staked bia fortunes upon it, but waa always j oat eonaenrallve enough not to be eAenaively inoonaiateat, and just progree- adve onongbto embraoe^rcomeup with new -u—• the happy moment when they wore 2^tobeoome«ooe..ful. There m* be ItHt visa in this politioal facility, and |M«sa7bia{(eat virtue in It In the gm ft m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 November 1865

GALVESTON. Just Received And for sale. 200 sacks Coffee, SO chests Tea, 100 bxs Soap, 100 bxs Candles, 50 cases Claret, 200 cases Whisky anil Brauily, 90 bbla Whisky. SO bbls Flour, 30 hhds Sugar, 20 cases assorted Candles. 25 cases Pickles, 100 bxs Codllsli, 50 klti Mackerel, 200 scks Salt, rpe assortment of 50 bbls Salt, 10,000 Cigars, A lar Tobacco, and a well selected stock o Boots, Shoes and Mats, ALSO- A fall and oomplete stock of Dry Goods. Cotton, Wool, Hides, and all country produce taken in ex- change or received on consignment for shipment or sale. JALONICK k SMITH, Strand, oct25twlm 5-near Tremont Street, Galveston. |C 4 s n SMITH Late ot Borley, Smith A Co.. II M SINQLETERT Of Kubliih'Mi, Striuleiery A Co. Hnn'itvliie, 'lVxas. J. G. & 8. R. SMITH & CO Cotton Faotori and Commission Mercbanri, Galveston—Texas. WILL Rive person a I attention to nil tjaslnff- trusted to >b«lr i are. A. C. McKEEN &o 80N, Cotton Faetort and Commission Merchmnts? 8 IRANI) ST., O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 November 1865

m h m E. Editor CUSHUVG, Proprietor* November 8* 1865. Tk! 8«* Orleans pfT* in loud !• ifcslr yilw o? ths hi hiad of tbo Freod- Mi'i BaroM for ibot Stoto, Qtn. Follor- im. TIm Pioof soo hoi wtll ooooidorod Mtlolo OS Iko oooaot of ths foiloro of la iko British Wsst Indiss. ft ottfikaH<Uiot IMIoro mot to ssssnoipp- Km ilka ftomlfftl HMIHIt of Iko BOW silMtioa orootod by omonoipo- tioa, bj Ukoorotiool droonort, similar to Hm BWOfOOMBt inaugurated to Louisiana by the Coowoj Mboot. It also oojstboi Vallorton is ditorfelnod thot li dull ■ol fhil lo Louisiana from snob oausss, but thot It tboll bo folrly tasted by prootlool iimtitt MOMOBd wisdom, lu justiosto both whitoo ood aegrooa. The Piooyooo tory portlooBtly 0070 thot tho loodin* ideas Of tho old Jamaica aad recent Convoy iji- ••Finely, bote end hostility to tho white people, eternal d Mr nit ond jsalousy ot them; ond secondly, on entire exemption ben oU the foeiooeibiUiiee, duties, iiobil Klee end burdens to wbioh oil white men or...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 November 1865

The ^Citv. A man struck bis h rse on the head on Moodsy evening, near WbiieOak biyou bridge, and the animal died soon after- wards. —— A youug i-ady who uame paaeonger •n the Htexmer Aiitona Monday afiernoou, was severely injured by a bate of cotton being thrown from the high bluff to (he landing below. We learn that oniton it rolled off this bluff dai y by careless ne groes, whioh endangers life and limb, and we truer acme measures will he adopted to ■top the naisanoe. Col. G. H. Sweet, one of the Editors of the San Antonio Herald, has been in town for a day or two past. He re- tains bis good loosg. and is In nne condi- tion, which show* that he has eujoyed full rations since the war closed. He returns home this morning. Our friend, Joe Raphael, on Main street, has just received another lot of ap- ples and oranges. Give him a oil. 1 Mr. P. Gabel opened his brewery and lager beer saloon yesterday morning. Those loving lager can find a good article at Peter's. Call around. —?—Prof. S...

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

fs / W % % 1 1181 #i I? «l^pf; • [guadalupe, x(k t. Ed. tnlnwui*.—My oommanioaMon dgnsd "Gaadalup*," on irrigation in West- i fcfaBpfaotos ^'1 •venwd tbmt mob report# as to dronth lbs uncertainty of crops, getting abi will discourage emigration to this part <w the State. To this I answer that truth and ^d^ l«^>nltinu(elT pay, and on the oontrarr, falsehood and deoopuon <«<• as inevitably remit in failure. .Besides, let what ][ hate wflttsn ha candidly ex- hat doea it amount? To " known throughout the west of the Colorado itton, corn and } that A cycle of W inore or leas aor*ity, JSSWSffSS,. improbable thai nyck of wet seaMns any soeceed, and that .in respect to fheso great staples, torn, the peculiar position of the country, cropr zzmat always be uhcer- g£pm it In health, * *—«■* b* anoint rityofits climate. into wiir stock ran- .tivated pitch, th en^rgt dl- m v0rt m' S3 ' . '.[/ ' L|n the Irrigation, aave the county demess, with a few oboe, and an oocaai Yet, much might...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 November 1865

The City. Funeral or Mr. W. W. Morris.—The fenaral of this lamented gentleman, took place yesterday afternoon, at the Episco- pal Church. A large number of railroad men and citisenswere in attendance. The servioes were conducted by Bcy. Mr. Cor- ds, and were very impressive and solemn. ——Ex-Governor E. M. Pease, of Austin, passed through this city on Saturday last, en route to Washington city, where he goes to transact important business. We were glad to see him enjoying good health. Mr. J. M. Brown, President of the Galveston and Houston Bailroad, has just returned from the North, where he went on business for his Company. Hefnforms us that the Company will immediately erect a car-building (establishment at Galveston, and will construct all the freight and pas- senger cars needed by the^company. He thinks the cost will be much less than to purchase them in the North and then pay freight. We are glad to hear of this enterprise and hope it will be successful. — A couple of citizens g...

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

h & P d Tv WMi ,. 1 sm Hw t, ' 'iy S&ft i *<M ' X BY TELEGRAPH. Of tfeiMnnt OitvnTOH, Not. 7.—The following it tte hii ifest Hp <w Jar. T. Lawless, from Mow Orlesiu, Mot. 4, 1866. Psssengers—A 1 Ward and lady, Mr. Brannor and ladj, B Tendenidvr and lad/, Mia* Whiia, MissKerr, Mrs. Archer, Hit Abbott aad two children, MUa Jarmon and friend, J L Milea, lad/, three children, and •arrant, D W Jooefl, Stevens. 8 O dimes. A Mitchell, H Livingstone, L Lao, J D Bkinn r, Mr* Coupler and dangler, Mr. fikom, lady, throo children and serrsut, i H White, T 0 Baker, J Major, Capt Shir- ley, Compton ft. Brook, WisrtbeiMr, Faa- da, Col. Cook, child and aer'aaL FKRun- bmI, Donob, J Walker, Griffin, Cave!, Lor! Matthews, D CJonoo, Mia Bite/, do Johnson Hsihswsy, D Biohard on, Flake, Jaa 8oro, A O Warr, F PSnwyr, Qeergs OaAiaguer, Warr, Okaacr, Johnson, Utj Jshneon, W F Burgbeu 4 friend, W M Wlf, W J Whaliug, Mr Boatviofc ft fluaUj Mia* Speed, Miea Lipaem, Pjraon, Lem. Weill, •Col Willia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 November 1865

volxxxi m. io7 HOUSTON TRIWEEKLY lELE HOU8TON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBEB l<>, 1865 *7_~ HOUSTON. M. REICHMAN & CO. AUCTION & COMMISSION JtUSMtCMMTTS. HOUSTON, TEXAS- i. W. UWIMOI ABB "BBPABBB T# MAKE ADVANCES OB CONSIGNMENTS Of MERCHANDISE or tttkMi. domestic produce ALWAYS ON HAND TO EXCHANGE FOR Merchandise and Country Produce. All Onmffcn '.eot-- : n i* tun to to u> jireci. at OALVK8T0N, «Fh«r« w- nave u<-ii!iv. As* ' *u<l •uncle Store H>oa\, to <*kr .:h<rK* o( men Goo C nsl8ner> tiic liiunl ommNMm. uttarws at Oat vest on. Kefflr to i y <•«•))(>£ Uob-p lu 0 lv t -o« sod Houston Refers in New Orleans to S. TUYRS, Pfonideut 5. O. Mutual Insnranoe Co. H. PEYCHA1TD, President Hope do O. GAILLABD, Pres. Citizens Mutual do B. G AUNCHBAU, Pres lift. State do J. PEMBBBTON, Pres. Merchants' Mutual do JOHN GAUCHB. Esq. We have engaged the services of Mr. A. BLACHK, •f New Orleans. M. RKICHMAN &. Co., July 8-dly i o *** ON Saturday, November 11th, 18% AT ...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 November 1865

111 Proprietor. Houston* November 10, 1865. A* wontof a Joaraal dovotod tspociaUj o Stook, Agrionltnre, sU>, is this8tato, it m4 V« hare mu; 4iM bm«HfwM to by iMdlng m In tha State with a *Uw of oatabllahlng such • piyn in ibis city. We bare imr teen the V17 olsar to saoesss In it, however, •wing MUly to Ue fcot that our popula- tion is too op—it to onpport a spatially of thakia*. Stm wo fcave In our population • largo wmter of ialalligsat men, whom tatmat is ssara given to thooo snbjocta to aaf otkoro that form the aaws> fiptr stook of the day. In defanlt of anything batter, and at the «aUtitaiioa of several gentlemen, who have 'ftomiaod a their asststaaeo, we hare do- rtomlned to open a department in oar col- , for Oil* porpooe, and to It we invito boo of all in the State who la diaeemloatiag reliable iaformatiea ragardlnghereea, eattle, oheep, eto., etc. the experience of snooessfal c .Wo shall take pleasnro in ipodig^eee of thorough Wo heieiWlfromieod especially by Dr. Qaa...

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