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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 November 1865

The Gitv. We le*rfr< fficially that the office of >rovo«t Marshal In tbio citjr hao been abol- bed and ibe enforcement of ibe laws trans* vr>ed to'be civil antborltle", and conse- iuently the Prorost Marshal's office in this ii T was closed yesterday. VV« have learned rom other sources that the entire Provos' larshnl's Department throughout this State laa been abo ished. This is a move in tbe ipht direction and will do much good. The liferent Provost Marshals in this city have is a general ' hing acted as gentlemen to— rgrds our ^citizen*, and have obeyed orders rom their superior officers. We have no Milt to find with them with tbe exception if tome fines that were imposed through Dalice. Men have been fined from one to hundred dollars for striking insolent iegr<>es when the officials themselves rould have done tbe same thing under tbe ame circumstances, and would have re- ented an insult had it been given by white len. We all rejoice to see tbe favorable change ibou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 November 1865

ft IT TBLBUUrE. d^wtei toitalWIrWiia* QiLTMMlH«r. tl a. Heard htm Now Oftmaa moomf. ISwrd.J • U •°d •"•* Coop to 160c. MtUad down wry flat at the pieriom fifUWfc The cotton market ha* been very Ana to d jr. There wae a fitfr inquiry aottoeable from the open. In* to the oloee of business. Bat the hif h Dnteosions of factors, and the a nfevwable condition oi the weather tended in no email Sff«mS'. 125, 75, 46 and 36 bales. Qaotationa at the oloee of business roled u follows: Or- dinary 44 to 46. . City costs the Government three handled and eifhtj-five thousand dollars annually. The postal receipt* amount to sixty-two thousand dollars. John Minor Bette ie in the oity end has entered a claim ot f10,000 for wood taken off hie estate by our troop* He has already ree«-ived 4000 dollars. The five per cent., and one and two year Treasury notes falling due alter the first proximo, will be paid at the Treasury De- partment at maturity. The Departments at Washington are be- seiced by applicant...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 November 1865

HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY , I'ELEGH^ Q. * VOL XXXI WO. 113 H0U8T0N, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1865 = HOUSTON. M. REICHMAN & CO., AUCTION & COMMISSION MJEMtCMMTTS, OU8TON, TEXAS- 4*K "ufam* *• MAKE ADVANCES HOUSTON. S. E. LOEB & CO. Aram OLD STUB Iff DIM 10. OUBKEK Of 111 i and Oommeroe, HOUSTON Having secured Uir Urn« anil coaiuuMllutM Ware- iomm or Mwm. CnnM A Co., we lake pleasnre li informal oar Mends r.ad the pabHc lb peoeral tb *« are prepared to rscel re OON81UNMBNTS OF ALI UK80E1PTI0N8. Will attend aMUVINO AND POKWAHD1NU npON THK CASH SYSTKM Special attention paid to OOMBMNIMR8 O* COTTOK. WOOL, and PKODCOB to ««o«iaL i* «w ai a call. 0. XI. AnotM. IR65. * (to Oo. W. P. MASSEY,« CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE Of aU klndit. DOMESTIC PRODUCE BOOT AND SHOE MAKER AMD Dealer in Leather k Findings, (Wilson's Building,) Congress Street, Houston, oct 2 TBXA8. diy Are yon Innured a«ainnt loss by flre V noyl8-dlw FIRE PROTECTION. INSURANCE against LOSS BY FIRE, can be effected upon Cotton ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 November 1865

Id-4PI UfSeU| pIi B. H. CU8HIHG, Editor and Proprietor. loutoii November 23* 1865 "I will not apeak for I am unprepared , replied Demosthene* when urged Again and again to address a Greek assembly, end so *e preserred his rhetorical reputation intact far all tine. "Wby do yon work ao slow?'' was asked of a great painter, " Because I yaint for eternity," was the simple and sufficient reply. It is only the hK work ihat endures and benefits the world. It is ■ehiefiy the clear, tidy, thorough, conscien- tious use of the hand or the brain that helps -on the mental sod material progress of a ■community. It is a sad Act that perfect ftithfalnoes in the different kinds of labor assigned to us all, is now a rarer thing than in the medlevial times, which we pity- ingly call "dark*" but whioh witnessed re- •nits in art, religion, and dally life worthy to put us to tho blush. The spirit of the lay is to hurry, to slight, use shams, to Mach greaMnsults by small means; in short, to use the fake c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 November 1865

at nr. * i^1 5"- ,w„' ! a i- j GALVESTON.- BALL HUTGHINGS St CO. " COMMISSION MERCHANTS, * QAL.VKi.TON, TKX AS. * w 1 i.|y HENRY HINCK, (at Ho - ty-Second ... —s- „ --ilvextori, Texan: Keep* con- StnUr on hjml Ur«v aasortmeot of BOOKS AND 8tationkry, School Books and Fancy Article*, of -very ttoacription, at New Orleans price*. Merchant* and dealers will find It to their adtantage «o call at hknry ilinck S tt Strwt. uo.Hwlm Ualveaton, Texas. IMM J AUtNIL'l IOHM f Mini JALON1CK & 8MITH, Ke* r- v1 it. Ko>wM' w @QCCMni)S«ij<%iii ltt©r(?K«0)ta, strand, galvkston. I) KSPKOTKUl.LY -oltctl uop^nmei.tk '>t Cott'ii;. Ill Woo', Hld-x ai (1 n'« . r T x ■" -iie>* HfiK1' t tiiitlon Ktveu to Ml* and -I'timidi T ti' h*«' «"«r *"t i-rice* win h- t> tn1 p> i.kviiici will l« litlt>d < llh -tt .Mf i r« tow- 1 Our lonu expert ce ti it> T v.m i> ,ti « extending ■ a > vtvaolai.' • ir incxi the l t-'ti".. ... MIi'I . ami < ■ irket V it* *-r nt n. ( ■<•11. Mem! 4 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 November 1865

iri-Wrekt<|®flfptaph cpmnifG, Proprietor. $9Bi f i ''111 , It wa* not to be expeoted that we ehould ■tsgiee • opinions. *>4he action nrces- W7 by —r+tf**ehlf *** Convention tomton tho-8tate to o^aollty in theUnio® with all the other Stoleo. Dillereoees ia Judgment aceel ready manifest, aad consid- erable discussion to Hhely to arlee, ia osasc qneaoeV between Bow and the meeting of tne Cwwtiw. >Om of the principal (oeetion• upoa whieh paMie opinion le UMy to bw*tv}ded ie as to whether we *•11 rtfttl or oaoaf, the -osdlaoaoeofssoes- 4m. Some <fiivor the sopoal, end some % v** is i f ' The first point of diHssoaeo Io relation to JfefBM&m toes to whether the annul- ment i* lt*nW«l of m <* wbe*lwr tho lepealwill heeeAoknt, oraeoeptable to the Myewet* that be" at Washington. The fti*Hto Of tbe annulment apeak hf the llaappi when th*y«rgo tbutouch action fa SMMaaiy to make the attitade of the State gMftable to thoHRioeidemt. Hie intimations of bis desire retetvre to thai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 November 1865

Ulie Oitv. We publish the following interesting •orrespoBdeno>-: Houston, Not. 18, 1865. 1st. w R Fatlb, Rector ef tht Methodist Church, Houston : Diii Sib 1< is tbe *i<b >f he colon d People, ibf owner* of tbe Churoh j nu tor , worship in, to tstfthhsh * Snbbaib School, uJ in order to dn thie, it will he necessary for ihem to hm the new of the Churoh on Bcbhaih morning*. In the abaenoe of Lieut. Col. DeGress, PrttVoft Marshal of it. is Di ft riot, who had intruded giriup you no'ioe to girt up the Churoh after to-dny, I address you, asking that you will be pleased to place the Churoh, after this day's cervioes, at the free and emir* disposal ot tbe colored pen- p'e. so tha' they may commence their Sab- bath 8ohool next Sunday, the 261 h Novem- ber. in-t. I am. Sir, Your obliged ard nb't «v't, (signed) HENRY Vh STUART, B. A., Superintendent and Teacher Q«vernineu' Colored Sobool*, Houston, Texas. P. 8 —Arrangements oan no doubt be made fi.r placing the Church at your dis-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 November 1865

J yk the pwra who eold her to jtm. SUL^reTSpdrtei into New Y«rk In ISSTI# «M 2T5* tmts old. «M«ed £?,'«* >866, t *h« atables of Mr. Henry , Wei'cbeeter o«uafcy, N. Y. ureie six yearn eld, la«< SprlM—her •ire heriBfieperted thu Hfejuet re before the uMvity of thie pre- Tbis ia peethonooa fame with a m i mmkta mmmu. HLe lW- [have stood in Tennessee daring Iks ii rtof ef 186®, or etae the dam of yeor remarkable mere affords Abe most aetoaien- iaaiaMM (tf iroiWHitn uterogoeUtion „ SHBC5fcy Wai^e B, Urinf ordead. The ig, the men soul his mare, and iacleoed •on in iAmi nil. There Is hat one soaiocons case known «• yenr deponent. In the winter of 1882-8 while the remnant of oar army, shattered by the disasters of Cane Hill, Prairie Grove and Arkansas Post, lay around Little Bosh, half naked and wholly starved, there , was a great msb for furloughs and dis- shsiirs by ooi;poor fellows. Benj. Wert a great pieture of "The healing of the sick, mi no wherein either tbe.nuinber or vsn- ety...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 November 1865

a The Citv. A negro tu arrested ud brought /ore the Major yesterday morning, ^arged with reoeiviDg stolon property, #d knowing it te be suoh. Ho was re- tired to furnish bonds to the sua of $600 >r big appearanee at the next term of the Hstriot Court, whioh he oould not do, and 'as furnished lodgings at the oounty jail heriff Lord has quite a orowd of regu Ir boarders now a-days. A buck nigger attempted to steal j t huge Western Reserve Cheese from the liteamer Era No. 8 yesterday, but waa 1 overhauled and handed over to the tender nerciea of Sheriff Lord who esooited him Ito his well known boarding house in the 13d Ward. The next term of the Distriot ■ Court will hare a heavy dooket of sable Itriminuls to try. Col Carothers at Hunts- lrllle will rood stop growling for want of ■hands to run his machines at the Ptniten- |tiarj. — Messrs. Douglas & Leman, of this oity, have established a Receiving and [Forwarding Bouse. This enterprise will Jlj^of great value to the public, and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 November 1865

J. l w w j i •lv ' I i mw YORK. leans. HOU8TON VAUMIU OMOIUW T«* D^B 8EA. —Tbo Loodoa oorreepe«4«*t •' Boe- daPMt* riuis "A . * •«>•< UW« ¥y • " - ...-d ho U •boot •• publish Tlork on lU Ho'j Laad I fllw Carisiiao fc.,owled#e 8- ot^iJ, -ppear.d in <bo early . of (ku m*k •« tfe* •oIwm of lb* •• the •' A- *>••* U,, ffco rmNB1) geoile«au, who bu for • lo*« tin* • Mid d oa tbe aboree of *b!a (moTu* lake, vito o i«* to ihe eiudy of tbe ootoral biitonrof f #ovir®«v od «f Ik* >0b4 ftowoHj, brWfljr dieslpatra of tbe most erroneous but boot eatab- Ihbed lllooioos Md trodiUoni reipootiog tbia aulifotd apot. KhbofM U boa bee auppotod, aod even school book a, tbot tbo nor«io 3*rg£ot.alt MO wo. f.Ul Uoaimal «od tecotabta life. Tbia is the '*■ it fool- tab food troduloo," wbiob tbt oew on- dboritj bottaot to dispel. 80 for fro. Mac fetal, I18 •' b,rd> •Uber «wla tbfoogb or fly over id wo «ra. The %M* which faU ptaiob dowo daad—oa CoU «,M*o'e«lb trou, ktlM bj the maphiiio wopori ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 November 1865

^ u cusiuia, jiditor nd Proprietor. Hoa toi. Movembcr >6. 1866 m it * • j I# giaoe me ino a pr heo iU , gloailj P*g umi, wrftpptJ la mjr<t«rj ud <10 •boat Ic*tj Willi his obarneJ *loUo and hi« weird and wi* rd power ow*r it, torrif/utg p# pU * / h'« unearth •/ appear- hm, to tail, thin, hajrgard «ad demon- 1U-, and by liU tragio hUtory, half fow- led, a d h lf-ka *n, n ae •• siraug« uid romantia aI"4' aUrrad (he ma gio l woilJa«Oliopi«, « • • •• ethereal, so MDsiiire, M mournful and so fantastic. F^r aetaral ycara, although little under- stood, and With shallow interpretation, his oiusio has been quite the rage io Amer- io u ii.u.-ioal oiroles. This has been due to toe cudorsvmeut of tie highest amnio* I orao its, to the perplexing oddujr of hismu- •lo which piqued the amateur# who essajed it, and <o floating rumors of his sad, bitter! ana roai&atlo life, rather lhaa to any eym patb> With Ms genius or appreeiation of what he has dons for the piano. Bating aa iftsx...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 November 1865

MISCEUAKEOUS. + UCTMOJT SAM, MS / —ON— 0 FrMaj, Not. 24tk, 1866, —BY<- r.m. «*> r.B.s'rsxuon, -at thmr- •Alit RIIMt, IIINKM 6TREET, The following articles, vii : * boxes TOBACCO, inorttd brand*: Si boxus Champairnv Cider, >3 boxoa Shorry and Port; imoiv. - ..' _ U boxes Claret; W# Ihe. Smoklrur Tobacco, in 1 lb* St % lb. 11 boxea St. Loula Candy; • M barrel* Boar Kraut; Mao, JwrfjOln, Abeyath. and a ikm nulny othurBox Good*. Kent* of Tub*. Butter (in firkins), Soda. Etc., Etc. Alio, Invoice of ■ so DOZ. HATS A880RTKD STYLES. • also : " ) Dry Goods, aim. Prints, Linen Bheetlnr, Opera F'annel. Shirtln*. Linen Shirts, Linen Handkerchiefs, Cotton llandkerchieh, Belt*, and an assortment of Pomade, iie. Also.. 750,000 CIGARS, ASSORTED BRANDS, fc#"Terms, day of Sale. Conli/T St CoDruggists, Bee to Inform the Public that order* left at their store lor any P.iisieian in town, will be sent to the Physician at once by their own messenger. A slate is kept in the store,for each Physicia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 November 1865

HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY I'KL VOL XXXI NO. 114 HOUSTON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1865 WHOLE NO. 3717 HOUSTON. M. REICHMAN & CO. AUCTION & COMMISSION \ jmrnncHMTTn. E| ■ 1 ,at HOUSTON, TEXAb. ARK "UBPABBD TO MAKE A. I> V ANOES N^W 0HLFAN8. J. T. MoLAURIN, (lite of Annttfi. Twxajl) • WITE WITTEKS tt COn COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AMD Wholesale Grocers, r, 9, 11 & 13 TCHOUPITOULA8 Street, , NEW OOLEANS. , ) |1. A. W1TT1R8, I, S novlld6m < C. DILLINGHAM . ▲ WKBD* K M IKI, IF iWetsiTiUAiiWiiT, j Convince THE MOST SKEPTICAL. THAT THEBCIB UNEQUALLED VlS-TtJE IN THE RE© JACKET w Sr\r@Rm<§K) _ , IJaeyaxe a combination Jrrerpare d m the choicest 'olff bourbon whisky. They strengthen and invigorate the qr«tenI. They give a good and healthy appetite. They assist digestion. They are the best stimulant in existence , They are a preventive of fever and ague They cure nervous headache. They are p. rfco l> pure and palatable. The Bed Jacket lUtivra are aold in quart bot- tle by all drupgiaU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 November 1865

X>$J m V* \ t::: fm-' mm: ymm Houston, 1 Tbe defeat of U p*r(j iu tbe Antomn •**!onto 4 Nor**™ Sin*., i. sot wllkout its wi (titrMt to w to It lb* tb<' thm against Hi seeeplsjtu* of, tin/mitr* ^ubmMoo of lbs gettbern pwpla to tins «• of arras, witb- u[ n, I ,hj nilnwi—rwr1 miwWrtwiw" A m h - ™i Iwfco dm,, oi the issws of the late war TbtJ*i P were not merely the tnflmrnitwrt "* tt*« Soatb«rn 8tatss, and 7^'7S7r- of the fotenwnent the, • bxti, <H ' Vy were rather t be right of .dtbdra* Ifoat the Federal UwmA* th« voioe of Wtolrp*ople, end ?Wr e*MR 4P wwonrffoty ss afarmt the sever- olgtttyoftlie whole people of the Union, ftv v.o Modcfstond to be tba reality of tJ.o „ preseei sUaattcu. Had Mississippi end the ' 1 HtatfA acknowledged • lb roogbly that tbcseUssues bad been de- fied agniuat tbeiu, tbd| tbia right bitberto etsiraed by them aa wUI u by many able statesmea North sod 8onh from tbe earliest tines of tbo republic, bud Ven overthrown, aad waa no longer to bo maoL a pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 November 1865

V/ SV \ GALVESTON. BALL, HUTOHUVOS Jk oo. Cotton Factor* tod COMMISSION GALVESTON, TuAB. HANTS, liz HENRY HINCK, ROOKMELLBR ami Statleaer, (at How- M9 ard and Burkhardt a old Stand,) Twenty-Second JSfSL'i'KMV Galveston, Texu^Kmgi Articles, of idvantin Street, Galveston, Ttni. uovStwlm ISAAC JAI/omck J-ALONICK John K smith & SMITH, Raoslvltig, Forwarding and OMWiltlM ItnlMlt, STRAND, GALVESTON. D RJjPEOTFULLY solicit consignment. ol Cotton. XV Wool, Hide* and oihrr Tex ■« Produce, Stilct at twitlOD given to nale and shlpnien'. Tn« highest mar- act I'flces will be oM li,f 1 '#> nrodnce, and orders will he tilled "lib *11 •patch st t«c lowest market rata* / .I" "'P'rimce In lhe Texas trade warrant n i In extending many advantages to our nntnerou < friends the I t. rioi. *er>4 twSm J l Tompkins q l UtcMuirat TOMPKINS & MAOMURPHT. Cotton Factors and General COMMISSION MERCHANTS STRAND STRKKI'. GALVESTON. LAWTHER k GABY. WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, DEALERS IN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 November 1865

# . "4 i fey hi ;-/• . is IMBUfMii. Jffip *-Uvaca ejSR* IN6 «i4« • MrtR*", Uiroafh a e portion of tbo JwasWot pUat Of tke SUU, t Ml «Sll«a*4l 11 km MM Md tMTBOd, tut { CkMgO tekM plMO, botWM* MM, bfjf^MMJho Freed- ■MMB W Moeod to work, that bntW.®. «*.*•. ^.^•■^qiLgSfca; i I'lmimi, with too Troedmon uador Ihoii iMitm ii a** the pMMBt orop, to tkat ib^foUiuti «w4 for pay, and the teattKl* <ket but «mf( ton are cot«c *• to do BOM tbMto 'raise support.— ftgMftt Mni «kt tb« i ■? hiiialrifhri iliiiiMiftv , f IB ■PHvIWflf ^ifl illVIW!- : hire the labor awomry, but m itottoM of Texas following In tho jtwri+io* bale i y . -v- ■ ##. Friday, N v. 341k, 1S6&, ■ •-. , -41- "tt '-l^vWi it) > «•' 'I ' ' *■<* > -AT THUDS- r-f Mtiu.imi'i ..Met k m|£ MM.MMmt «TiIt?f The mwiM articles, via; bouv TOBAOCOiSMSStadbrands; v « Tr Hf'tri HMfctfthM In I Jh ft tt Ih IS boxes Bt. Louis Candy: 1"ffiSSVSiU; #mt many other Box r mSw ftf thoM of British West Indies, and their possMsioss in South A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 November 1865

r i $• t I lifUiKiAti i*ilue* .'j .54 *yiT -XL.',V-,--'ri1M1'. i---:'- H0TJ8T0N. SADDLERY AS A SPECIALITY A.S. AMBLER & CO. Ajfl> JKffJKJVfSS, STRAND, GALVESTON • -Texan. Batoning U> the above card, wm call the attention o merchant!) and consumers to oar extensive frcllitiex tor supplying everything in thin line on terms greatly to their advantage. We are located permanently, and will give our nn divided attention, and large practical experience in the business to thin xpecialitii. SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFACTMV. AMBLER, ALLEN & CO. •, (HUTCHIN8- BUILDING,) MAIN STREET, HOUSTON -M ft- y. , _ TEXAS. On hand a superior lot of 8ADDLK TRKKS of Gil- lette, Neebs, Seudders, Haacks, and other celebrated makers, which we are prepared to rig to order. Our manufactory is under the supervision of Mr. Andrew Livingston, late of Natohez, Miss., whose great experience in manufacturing is a guarantee of satisfaction. Cotton, Wool and Hides, taken in exchange for goods at the highest, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 November 1865

M I ±J *A \ * % NEW YORK. MISCELLANEOUS. KriJBukb DLtktttfltili liutii. Horenter S7« 1866 —a- ll?$f t f i a* • w eannBAJL muma nr V The Smithsonian Institute at Washington bMvnJttill. Bdlth Carolina ba* paMBd a bill to Uke MM from freed men, ahat up their shops, aod prohibit the MsplavaMBlaf one without hie former ineehr*e ninliint. During the war. Mr. Crawford, the Brit- ish Consul at Mobile, helped to imnggle out 2,000,010 heiee of 0ht>en and JJ,000 btM of tobaeoo, and to •mnggU in muni Hons of war. ^ During hie trial Wins kept a dUrj in wUeh be eonremed about hSi innocence with the Lord. t The reward* offered tor the capture of Jeff Qarishare been paid ever to Qeaerfl Wilson end hb men. Commodore YeuderbiU is a«d to he the heat euchre plajer la Hew Ymk. Flre width/ plantar*, near fttariing, have been arrested for mannfaetur- lag bogus silver Americas half dollars. Flour from the limestone wheat region • of Tennessee witt keep longer then other lauds in warmer coon tries. It ke...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 November 1865

:r o s I) Thf* Jp'^-v. A great cr w i « i o-.lnred peuple were in attendance nt tli« Mayor's Court on Sat- urday morning, and the <tdor lu the rooai f0iii> i'.'iu«nl local to bent a hasty retreat, but •)« enquiry afterwards, concern- ing 'he great gathering. found that a negro woman v an on trial ctiaiged with stealing bed-quilt, and the crowd were witi cases for the prosecution and d-'fance. Tbe gu it of the wt.ni tu was established in gpjte of much bard swearing hy several witnesses, and she was ordered to give bonds lor her appearance at the next term of the District Court, to sit iu this city, litis she could no' do, and was furnished lodgings iu Sheriff Lord's popular boarding hou-*>, where her inaoy admirers can call for few day* prior to her making a short visit to a beaut fui rural to*u up theC0UQ try. Drunkenness seems <o be on Ihein- erexse in ibisoity, and men ere seen stager- iog ih• ougii out s<reels daily. The quality Ot the to oat of the "bu-t bead" sol...

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 November 1865

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