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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 November 1865

MISCELLANEOUS. S Tin Smith wwnted. TBADY EMPLOYMENT and aood wjuw; iflven I by S. R. BUSH. Austin. Texas. li.nov7-wtt&tw6t "(■RTNTiNG OFFICrfOR SALE. THE UNBERSHiNED offers for aal<!, on reasonable term*, tho MATERIALS UPON WHICH THK "TKXA8 KRRKMASOU," AND "THE TEXAS ENQUIRER" Wow printed. The office i<t perhaw the best in the interior of the State, having an exoollent No. 6 WA8HINGTON PRESS, Mitnufarturod by Hoe It Co* 2 good fouls of LONG PRIMKR, I •• " BOURGEOIS, I MINIONt With a variety of GOOD IMPOSING to the eonoern A VERY EXCELLENT JOB OFFICE. The town of Rupk offers an many Inducementfi for the publication of a newspaper an any inland o wit In Texas—Cherokee county being one of the most popu- lous in tho Mate. Persona \\ ishiut; to purchase can refer to Col. W. T. YeomaiiN or A. Jackson. T. L. PHILLEO. yusk. Chorokoe^Co.. Sent. 11 lWi.r>. oetU-twijn « . w coun6iu7 ' 7 r. cujI'i.b COUNCILS, & CXaOUGrIX Kectlvin*. Porw ..rrtlna ami COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ood HE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 November 1865

ifMfffiUgSelqfxpb r i- % E. H. CU8HEI6, TMftcwr nd Proprietor. November 10, 1865. We tef* no doubt tint literary culture Im kM persistently diaooursged, and the «Art0 to pepulirlM ft hindered, by the *1- kft« ecoentric and exceptionable liree and •karaetm of any of it* most noted roto- litt end repneenUtiTea, from the very dura of modem English letters to theprea- otfpbao. , Am arroneou impression, even aaifcitdiiita prejudice, wu tbua early «NHd, <Mt wen and women who wore de- moted to tttfrotora wove thereby diaqoali- ied far the. oonaUntly recurring datiea, and atrugglee of ordinary life, noted poota and literary men, aoid to be drunkaida, some what is known In later m intended to indicate mm whose lives wars generally irregular, ItSH, dMpatsd and unohaate. Some com- mitted suicide. Many, by far the largest asmber, were poor, obscure, and unfortu- nate all their lives, and only became cole* tested aftsr they wsio dead; the world •Inj virtooudy concluding to worship fHdns after...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 November 1865

HOUSTON. HOUSTON. f BARGAINS! BARGAINS! aszsjsii BTOO: JUST ! RECEIVED, Per 8 teaser Wilmington, by E. R. WELLS & CO. Every dssorlptioa ef DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, TS. JOHN C. C17TTKB, GIIHil Commission and Grocery Merchant, MAIN STREET, HOUSTON, Texaa. RECEIVES consignments of all kind* of pro- duce, and blU all orders when cash or produce is band to cover them. novltwly LETTER FROM NEW YORK. The Babel ef New Verk, B. €. I.eakiMB Akeal (■ Is fferte wke Congregate there Tfce dark *lde ef Ike Piciare Baetk Ardea The Devil—The Feeiew-Nwre MaflTrace —Narlh Carellaa-The Taalelaa Km- baaay—Brligiaua-The Election*-.. Oeld~Texiu*~Pler*< qoertjon was forced to an issue in Conner.j thing an preaching oleverae-s, iM& JVoHee. rjlHE MERCHANT'S EXCHANGE CLUB and M READING ROOMS will be opened on the Wt in- stant. Members will please attend without further notice. novl-dlw* gV CA8E8 PURE OLD BOURBON, 10 casea UOSTETTER'S BITTERS, CLARET and RHINE WINES, STOUUHTON BITTERS, GIN, CORDIALS, Se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 November 1865

'M Watte «,*«• — ™ /BE.' J?- H' ** 1 £ ■ jjp 'tfMfQ*. If "* ~<I -is*-:1 ' <■ * '* ' - j*> $.m '* «M: ► { ? Jte'^i'W ./WNN&W v i! •'.<* «*:**«•' V- V iCNaf • «i B: ,54rf > * * *2 Jkt -like ear biowm. actad ~fe5-w#~ nuh of battla .ankaJo-day, a'y^Ual w° T; Sjftfel*"" all woor d U mortal, d-tbnut nwr mr heart know It cannot keep - pHajr'. earlSt chUdren-neir (,5b,w' P0^^"1 •Poughtlf° Be'" ,n(1 *r op at the feet of k •?". ,n7 P°or ,ml® b"& that b® may Pr of" .ro0,,d,.i„ginV.f.«,fo. f„?, X.LVl JtTiStwI ~ f «.fTi «"'• K*? «'"« brifbt-eyed little boutoniahs «nd - • "-- - #0 befow *• ft,e her 5 tben thoBe man" TMKi>ipriRKr lag tiylj ap at daughter* of Mlm^n-i-the many baed men—young mocking birds, trying with 'priti* voices to imitate the rich fullneas ot 1™?, Krgf^0,^0D^#,®r of the f« '•the Rrcar redurd (Car4inai Qroetbtck) that swing* L • ng cenw upon the highest •"Of*® W the box elder, h ,J* rn.it. _ .BMB ■tort not *0, my. brother, •wmm it try at. -■Siasssai*"""...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 November 1865

The City. Perkins' Hall —Concert—Profesior Sherek'a Concert last evening w " well at- tended, ani the different pieces seemed to be well performed but (hey did not seem to be is well appreoiuted as the friends of the Profes-or dtaired Looal was favored with a front s -at, uni consequently waB at the "extreme front" although not. ,4in the ■addle," and <>f course had a ger>d chance to judge of ihe performance, and he imag- ined that h* heatd 'be "Sounds of Home," and left in "double quick time." Buckneb'b Hall—" Time Triet All" was played last night to a full hou-e of ladies and gentlemen. Mrs. Lawrence, and our old friend, and stand-by, John BagRab, acquitting ihemselTex, in the-'r eeveral charaoiers with credit—they were Veil supported. Good order prevailed. We learn that orders have been re- tailed in this State from Washington not muster out any more troops nor to sell any Government property until further •rdera, consequently several sales adver- tised to lake pia"<e ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 November 1865

mil aoouitsy GKrfruuua* column. Hut artlelas k w tppeawd in Joor ■eueriifwileg attention to Improved *■ EZtnrt iapIemoBta with mote «md tad MtoaiiSo style of husbandry. Tlr is • ««narti is the right direction. Why > sot go ft itep farther and open your eei- gm for the e*a l nation, and discus-ioo of the oompftTfttiTe yalue of the different The Tftlao of stook mmy be quadrupled by proper eroeelng and ft more intel- ligent mftnftgemeet. Are we to oon- Unne to r iee cattle at 96 per head, ton time* the amount on oftlea of the mm apeotee of property ? It would be sore eorreot to eay «nho same geone of mtatHf," weemuoh ae oare with eoientifie dlreciion hae effected each changes in the turn and netful qualities of the anlmala, as ♦■tllloa them to higher rank in the Mate of ftalmated nature. The baser metal hap been transmute into gold, fhle li the "alobemjr," which we ean taaflmand ntiltne. We hare loet dollars by the HOOIfOV. r. D. SHAW K. U. FALLA1S F. D. SHAW & CO., DBALSSS II W...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 November 1865

The City. ——Why is so much drunkenness al- lowed on oar streets ? We see scores of soldiers staggering through the streets daily, although the Commander ofthe Post has issued stringent orders forbidding liqoor to be sold to them. Nevertheless, the sol- diers manage to get it. One of the tricks they resort to is to give a negro the money to buy a bottle, and he then turns it over to them. Something should be done to stop the practice, and it will be for the credit ol the soldiers as well as this city. A negro drayman was arrested yes- terday morning by the city police, charged with appropriating a nice stock of groceries to his own use. Nearly all the mi6sing property has been found in several of the one horse groceries, wnich are quite nume- rous in this city, and which are a disgrace, yea, a burning libel on society. Tbe most of the goods recovered, belong to Mr. Le- vy and several other merchants. The ras- cal ia in jail now, and will have an exami- nation before the Recorder this...

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

WMMurri nrriLiiMiBHC*. Uirocmun AfnuT.-ln a peraooal t rencootor on Wedneaday awning laa, 0*- &Wm| "%wnu Col. Wm. B. Wad* d a okiier, the Uttfir wm 00 d6flp6ra(ely wounded that lie is not expected to recover. Col. Wade was ▼err aeriouaiy wonndod by ■ number of *«oldiera who boob after ipithered around tmm, bat be wm reacned by the guard and Uken, in * daogerona condition, to the hoa- —tt-i tot treatment, ae well aa to be placed UnSirgaard. At about 7 o'clock be was tilted to the boapital; bow, no reliable re- Bort. we baw beard of, baa yet been 2r«n. it ia *id be tired on the guard, but wounded aa he waa, and aarrouoded by tbem. this report i< altogether improbable. Cm. ^ade waa a gentleman greatly be- loved by hi* frienda, and respected la this community. Ho greatly diatiiiguiabed hlro- MIt in tha Mexican war, and la the late war was Colonel of a regimen tin the Con fader. to army We bat \*rJ s* % have not beard what atepa hare been taken for an investigation of this truly l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 November 1865

HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY lELEGxtxirn VOL XXXI HO. 108 HOUSTON, MONDAY, KtfVEMgJEfl-13, 1865 WHOLE NO. 3711 HOUSTON. M. REICHMAN & CO., AUCTION & COMMISSION MmttcMMim HOUSTON, TEXAS MAKE ADVANCES CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE Of all kinds. HOUSTON. BAR6AINS! BARGAINS! ZMMH3T from the N. 0. Papers, Nov. 9. LATEST DINrATCIIGH. Washington, Nov. ti.—Henceforth pub- lishers of newspapers u4 manufacturers artioles enumeraud In seotion 96 of tax lews, will only have to take a manu- facturer's lioense, and mot pay taxes sales under a dealer's lioense. JUST I BECEIVED, Per Mhmw WttataRtoa, kr E. H. WELLS & CO. DRY OLOTHlNQ. BOOTS AND SHOES, LAMBS' DRB8S GOODS Plata a>d Col'd PRRNCH MBRIN08, COTTON and WOOL PLATD8, ALL WOOL BKLAINBS, PLANNBLS Bed. White Yellow, OPBBA FLANNELS! COTTON 8HEBTING, DOMESTIC PRODUCE ALWAYS QN HAND TO EXCHANGE TICKINGS, LIN8BY8. A tall and COHPLBTS AMOBTMBNT W. M. RICE'S OLD STAND MAIN STREET, 00*1 Merchandise and Country Pro dace* AH Consignment* c n be ai &l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 November 1865

LETTER FROM WASMWOTON. nr. tcphea ~-A C "«"nHw wtafc hl ■ Ne*ro m4 .«• Exhibit*** —Cel. ~ C K. -hr. buh rrttrtrr to hb mttlf. WAHimiflTOi^ D. C., Oct. 21,1865. Thi* morning Mr. Stephens, of Fort Warren, am to Oris city, and great hu ibeen the nuh to eee hi«. Hie retnm to «H<reitr Ia Mi oration. Hodooe not wear nnch lie appearance of degradation, al- though in a baetiJefor tbelastsix month. True he it palo and emaciated, but that is (hie normal oo^Uloa. NotWng elaa was itSmen of «nW*rerr^~ J do Slim homage. I* hU room Jast night we . oae after anotfcnc, nosse Srfj: longer time thmMx* iMe ben . Mr. Ste- phen. wss rery 6oe ip bi. conversation, •aid that hie perscnsl treatment by aU* officers, soldiess ** torrMU-^ oiUxen and men of iia instk w-was moat kind and considerate. Ha said that oar Yankee neigh- bor., after all,' mm not ao hideoo# aswe had painted tbtot. Except the wtmao Ra- dical faction, he thought that nobody was vindictive- Tl e * wned w> hare thought themselres oonwo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 November 1865

d, VEBBATin REPORT Of • Speech by Miy. tiew. O.O. H*war4, therractera1* Baraaa Prwi at the New Orleans Theatre, New- Orleaaa, Muaday Kveaiaa, !(•«. £, IMS. Friknos and Crnzsvs: 1 understand that there is considerable speculation with regard to my visit to this city, because I occupy the position of being at the bead of the Freedmen's Bureau. I need only say that I came here in the course of a series of inspections beginning in Virginia, and #hich willprobably end this time with Mis- ■isslppi. The object of those inspections is to correct anything which nay be going wrong, as far as lies in my power, bat main- ly, to ascertain as far as possible, the pie- cue condition of affairs amongst you, so as to be able to make a clear ana truthful re- port to the coining Congress. I do not think I have anything in partic- ular to communicate to you this evening that will be of great interest, and as I stand before this assembly and eok around, and am made to feel the real intelligence with whi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 November 1865

E. H. GUSHING, Editor and Proprietor. iMitoBi November 13, 1866 oriaed to nceiw taire- t^vSaF.* i * '*i 4** i ,hi. aim **41 books wfeieh ■ are not popular, just u there are * foworful people who art sot popular. In 1n4, popularity ia a book.or a man is of- ot teteUMto vuluiiii of jbof (go— poftfarijrmakaowp hooka a strange and peworfMIn- Wo ooea knew a joanf man to rtnasble npon a book of whioh ho h«d never of whiak Tory fair p ' '"iflfc 'IliilMf I Wo hoard to thia day. It w*a "Lavbbobo," a atrange book kyfwa should suppose, arrange mam- Borrow, author of "The Bible In aadof another book eat tied, we ItfHavo, MTboCHpaaj la Spain." Wa he- lm ha wrote (heao laat mentioned work* while he was an agoat of tka British aad Vooaiga BiUa gaotstjy, or of aome ot Jkllllf bodj^klBpala. But "LaTsngro" wao tka asontal and aplrltaal biography, it would sooos, of tha earlier jeara of thewri- lf §i aba lather fthe fetter ot too noro of tka alary,)|waa a Britiak army (ofleor of the old oahool, had tw...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 November 1865

- - u f The City. , Theatkk.—1The enterprUiog man agera of tbe theatre 4a this city, have brought out a new play this eveaiog. Thea- tre goers will find it be aa interesting ene. — Tbe steamei St. Clair, Captain Blakeman, arrived from Oalveaton jesier- iay morning wiih the following list of passengers and consignees: J T Bbiker. 8 H Anderson, Hidenhamer, A H White, J K McCormack. M Lankan, G A Hall, W A Brown, J H Cox, A M Baker, S Maas, W B Smither, H W Carr, McMicker, Roberts, W 3 Roblnuon, J K Levy, A J Thompson, 8 W Allen, A C Parker, S H Collins, Mr Spark J. Smith, Smith. McCook. 0 A Darling. £ B Nel- son, Wilson, Mr Hearne 4c lady, Mr KchoU A lady, Miss Wilson, Mrs Wintor A 4 children. Mr Powell ft My, Brown ft lady, Mrs A P Thompkins, J W Consionbks:—£ O Lynch, 8 L Allen ft Co., 8 L Ho- Aenthal, J 0 Conllff, J Campbell, A Seasums, Gary ft Eeiber, Lee ft Wilson, Ylncent ft Co., Marks ft Rich- ards, E R Wells ft Co-Commercial Express; M Belch- Man, Peel ft Dumble, P Raynaud, H|...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 November 1865

LETTER FROM WASHINGTON. v. The Texians | -' in oumhir k* YjzL H. CUSHIH6, Proprietor. *SM.i I November 18, 1866. It. !■) UU^ nnltnsnwilloMM to be an exceptional phue , f ^liMiW; ruifii■ T t*> •MlSCdnA- vv with the bum of ^T<>ji| JBUi* WfNA'ee^ thet e country «MMI tfw nntinnsl literature and the nn- «Ml Ufc were DW in sympathy and bar- 'nr' i'n* ..mm* bmOA Mir to mm eiTUtaed Irtitt we bare censidsred ;Hi tat • MtubiuM with litmtu. larps Bieben ef tfcsss mot even uder> stapling themtth| <l the weed. Thli mmUmd pUln specoh, bttt it is tone, pa<nfolly true. Whet • ▼MtiMlef hnasbnfgery thersls, therefore ttttntevr 1 Lg ^ ^ Anwrtenn boasting about the v ^^yai'al «wtu«atioo,,,„ end "the light < «f - ths ninstssnth esutury!" -v If ti true that a national literature may tnssnw ssnss spring fross and represent a Wftyrf Ufa, without that general acqoaiQ cm iH:I;.;'hMM« with Utesatnie among the oum of thd peepto of which we have spoken. Those Who writs may thoroughly unders...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 November 1865

GH lipped to oet30' 1 ue. 3 IRAINt OK of On« levers, Man's Heart* BY TtiUTA. (Continued.) Mr. Somers come with the troops ordered to Louisiana, Stella hoped she would ac- company him, and make her house their home whilst in the vicinity. Immediately 1 sat down and wrote to Helen, inclosing Stella's letter. "I implore you," said I, in my letter* "to go and stay with my lone- ly wedded sister, and let Ralph accompany me." I received in answer, a letter from 'what might have been," what were my I feeliugs on beholding a carriage crushed by a fallen tree ? My Qod! the same tree that shaded me the day of the accident—that I lay under that night when Helen came to me—that tree she fell against when my evil words smote her down. There lay the crush- r ... , u ed body of the carriage and one horse un- lit sounds very ridiculous but you ^er great trunk—on one side lay the tyiat kind of a nan I am, ana o jrjver groaning loudly, and the other horse I Ralph. hopelessly I hire lovea wis - | maki...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 November 1865

HOUSTON. MISCELLANEOUS. ftPPlTltWAL WSMHH IVMPft "XSlStiSUtjF" Tli mm im mi A4BM>- •4rww-MM I*«Mta>a IM MhjMl-lli* AllMlk fciMnwhrU* Vrauia SSSS Obtober 26-i-Ttoe aieamsbip Africa, Capt. Aodewon, fro® Liverpool at shftlf-i<Mt S on lftiti inat., arrived hero at ikalf-paei 7 this morning. H(r4n« are dwo data later**** taote ahwady raaaiaad. Among the Afrioa'a pamnfera from {Halifax art Jodgt Jfobnaoa, Uolud State® «%£sS&Sltei U- gan^y MiniaUr, aud Karl Eaa.all, ju.t pubU^jd. H* mini U as moat nSportant. ™ i that nVHb most • i hi rafaranea to tta of naotralHr that kw tka rapraaaa Buufty vtiti batwaan of two graat maritime Mvtra. Tha Timaa can hardly doubt that Earl Ruaaoll'a proppfal for a commiaaioa will uliimataly ba aooaptad m tha rno.t satisfactory method of ju&utiai tka*«l- maadiac nh'rf batweea the two nationi. Ho foraifffr aaTereign nor State could JmaMM# U\ tha dataila of mtk were largely mixed up in tha proceeding* agaiutt the Fenians. A number of Pe- niaae va...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 November 1865

VOL XXXI MO. 109 HOUSTON TRIWEEKLY I HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, lyVEMBER 15, 1865 WHOLE NO. HOUSTON. M. REICHMAN & CO., AUCTION & COMMISSION AEJICAim HOUSTON, TEXAS- M*v ■f abb prepared to MA KE ADVANCES CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE Of all kind*. DOMESTIC PRODUCE ALWAYS ON HAND TO EXOHANOE HOUSTON. BARGAINS! BARGAINSV JUST ^RECEIVED, J. W, OM ATTORNEY k COtHSBLL * AT LAW ▼AM ALSTYNE'S BUXI «* Mala Ht., Htutf ILL practice in the counties < ton, Ifort BendjBn JeffTnon aod Orauge, and will eo land Aimer buslnes«throa# ferBteHMrWUatecttM.br E. R. WELLS & CO. Every description of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, J. W. LAWBM *, ASS'T ASSESSOR INTERN* REVENUE SECOND DIVISION, FIRST NOTICE is hereby Kiren to all corn, to come forward andcomp] aition of the laws of the United States *lSrfoe,taeVan Alstyne's Building, iver Darlln* A Merriman's store, Main street, Houatau uov l-dlin BOOTS AND SHOES, LAMBS' DBBSS GOODS Plain and Col'd FBBNCB MERINOS, \ COTTON and WOOL PLAIDS ALL WOOL DBLA1NB8, FLANN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 November 1865

E. H. LUSHING, Editor and. Proprietor. S> ioiwtoiJ, November 14, 1865. Ntfldt M Agemtm mad Kitaeriken. A' sssss We see is the New Orlaaoa Tiwes a ,. motioe ot a*ftwik joat pub.iahed by * Blalaek * Co., Maw York, iu author ia Hh, Qawry W. HilHard, of Alabama. It we learn, for publication adoring ;iheSwar, bat the mmasorlpt was <and "Ha pabUeation delayed in It ia fjtUtlsd, "P Ta «: A atoryaf Plsbian* and Patrician*." The flaws to atotftken ia Mytaif that Mr. Hil- litord to " well kaofo Southern editor." Mr. HjUiftrd waa never aa editor is hie lHU, asaapt in the pnblioation ^r • book oftlled, if wo lemomber rlfbtljr, "The Bor s * Nifhu." Mr. Hilliard to known member of Congraa* an eloquent speaker, and olerfjrssaa of lhe aeouUr, or ^"loenl" order, of brio ehareb. Ho toatoo mtaetoml and elegant writer. Wo should to tery glad to see thie venture of anoihwr floothern writer in the Add of proas fiction. WofMltove the South i destined to rise rapidly into excellence in throe departme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 November 1865

I '• 1 4 \ \ * f 1 > * J # 1 j>0. m. ckockett, A T T O ii N K Y A T 1. A W, l>nlln , Tfins. <, WII.I, PROMPTLY, carefully and energeti- cally atteud U> ativ biuuntjgs with which he aiuT be en muted. h. P. NICHOLSON, of the late tinu of Nicholaon ti Peris, has turned his busiues* over to ltiin, aud it will receive nil necessary intention. Those indebted to •aid Nicholson, on private account, will save cost by wly payment. ' ocui-twly Jin! IleceivetI And for hale~ 200 sucks Coffee, 4 • 50 chests Tea, 100 bzx Soap, 100 bxt Candle*, 50 can©* Claret, 200 caned Whtakv and Brandy, .*> bbU \VhUky, 50 bbls Plonr, 30 hhda Sugar. , • 20 case* assorted CaadiM, 25 case* Pickles, 100 buCodtiiih, * kUaM«u*em), T -X 200 acka Bait, 50 bbinealt, ltt.000 Cigars, ,, A Itrte assortment of tobacco, and a well selected stock of Boots, Shoes and Hats, , ALSO- " ▲ full nnd complete stock of Dry Goods. Cotton, Wool, Hides, and all oonntry produce taken In ex- Aanre or received >m consign...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 November 1865

BrMftreklgfrl'crapli E. Editor E. CU8HING, and Proprietor. November 15, 1865. receive and re- We tfciak il Is totoraMj clear that the netidmit la edTlstof the severel Southern stets CoaveoUona which have recently met, to repudiate their war 4ebU, is largely n- poiiey he la adopting toward He aaja that "I* should at ooee be made haown, at howu mnd abroad, ae debt eoatraeted for the purpose of gaohriai the Union, can or ever will be paid by teies levied on the people for each parpeee." It if plain that the President Jatesds (a hnth fnr^an nation* and lose rerolntioniMs a stringent lesson lb legardta the responsibility ofinstigaiiog or teMffaileg in internal dissensions in this eonntrjr. He bee now the opportunity te do so, and it ia evident be dbes not intend that it shall pass by unimproved. \ All foreigners who hold any evidences of . debt against the late confederacy shall lose * all they have thus inveeted, is the determi- nation of tl>e President; and ha intends to make that p...

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