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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 November 1865

¥*>>< , *«'■* \ <*>> F/'; ' k. . "Y *« u I'PO, T if Utb lath- Vse- Iwed |u, it ,—l [le^p the jlook I had |<)i>e. her jwas |it of) sle 8 | p we, to | unci her ice. The Oitv. I.Jay, It the lired liou. |nada i <>nd the ing-er luive |ml is rl iti'ge iha- |t * at |3JO0 (uli'.r IS? to Iriiish I'li'ee 1 C';J 1 ttis vili I use J pod i-s- |ibu- M10 |oms All li^ed of lUcv ♦ -— The Mavor'a Court tenia to have plenty of buaineaa aow-a dtja, and fist "* ""fight* ere jr^nernllj assessed fr«nn $5 to * 50 doUan curreo '.y. Thia in an ex en lee luxury, and ffcnera ly costs more than lh« jtimf •' worth. One Miirprant man en- riched the ci y treasury to the amount of $15 yesterd+y morning fur indulg ng in that pas'iine. Two helligeiaut Israelites also made a small deposit for the same privil- ege- •—•'A valuable horse belonging to Dr. Hoj*t r<l of thic city, was killed on Thurs- day evening, near Perkiua' Hall, by run- ning asrsinst the shaft* of a dray. A ne- gro boy ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 November 1865

' } , _ .( «. ! food an1 clothing anitomes? If yon think ao, I PnM>limitlOD 1)7 110 Uoferoor. you that rou mro deceived. JTOCiainauWM w; wmv w , 11 wl|| M|rt of Oi pntec I th it lh ' It* firm W eterr citiien, but at the ■ that law- tiou, you must understand that you am like all a tell protection the aame like alt othera. Waaat *■ . V ha* been made know* te mn that law- ; tin* y « moat understand lea* ati<l UisorJurlr parsem arj cro«tiQ< iiwuulo anil accounCsblu to thj law, for evrrv Wren* that you m IT dl.iuieluJo iu nun/ perilous (tl Uij riUlo; aiiJ 1 •«" k~. __ i. . - Lmlu likewise. that m many •Matitw «i ve ap- are entertain,*^ b/ Wi pjacjaPle and r ilk owiMO. thatia anany aauo ties *ra*a „,...„....lon* an. entertain*! Oy U piaoatole an I Well-di po.wJ clilsjua. thai violent U lue aud prop- •rty U wnU-mphU by a eortlou oi thj popula- tion. pmmpled by faU.i and w.cktfd iuform tiou ; aud f«*r Iuvhk beea e*prja ol to ua -by gaol mm, tuat tin' oMwrsof the civil law may bo lu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 November 1865

PMHm (V 1 £ / 7- -5, .j2 / ^ " / ? 4 z 3 p- HOUSTON TRI-WEEK VOL XXXI WO. U5 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, KOVE1 ER 29, I8G6 IE' S WHOLE NO. 3718 M. REICHMAN & CO. AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS* HOUSTON, TEXAS- AM *WAMKB T# MAKE ADVANCES CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE Of all kind*. DOMESTIC PRODUCE ALWAYS OH HAMS TO EXCHANGE POB Merchandise and Country Produce. , ■' ">• /-' ' .... ,i All OonslgntuMt.- cm ae ai*itu Ui. at timet. at OALVBBTOW, wbere « an •U*nMT« Ageui *nr «nple Store Room, to ■* <• chirge of such Goodi laviag OomHtiMP* UM> inwmfawlox CUM**t Oatvaaton Refer to m Mdlni bans* In and OOMtoD- fiefen in New Orleans to J. TUTUS, President IT. O. Mutual Insurance Co. H. PBYCHAOD, President Hope do O. 0All.LARD, Pre*. Citizen* Mutual do E. QAUNCIfEAU, Pres La. State do J. PEM BURTON, Pres. Merchants' Mutual do JOHN OAOCBK. Esq. We hare engaged the *ervioea of Mr. A. BLACHE, «f New Orleana «. REICH HAH U Co., Jniy 8-dly Auctioneers. MEDICAL. DENTISTRY. DR. ESTABROOK having...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 November 1865

m*l MW «.tlar^tiMMlnfcf^ psUtiet, pi«ty, paW'o •] in-^ffRU)iWrjIWI ^Miirt.ltHurUl — — M| l «f the iepsmieni ol e. h. anwnw, Editor tad Proprietor. MoturtKWU Mffwrter 39. 1866 Hon. Htnry W. HSIIaid, 11m wrtfcorof on M« oovel entitled " dk Vawr," hm «1* iMdj> wld* and Uffk reputation u aa •MompUtbed and eloqwmt preacher and political orator, aa Mimatar to tf* Ooart of lUiuii aaihn Um wlminiirtration ftf Pwl- 4eat Tyler, and a* a prominent member of Hon gun— f«r aMu^ yeara, irem the district of Alahamain wUeh M^dtyof Montgomery ieaitaufcd. One ef the meet netad and wit- in tbe Booth wae that which occor- redin that diatriot In 1861 between Mr. BiUlaid and the late eloqueat and profound WUliam I* Yancey. Mr. Hilliard main- tained the Union politic* of tbe time.ae oppoaed to the doctrine of the right of ee- eeMion, aa maintained by Mr. Yancey. Tbe stnggle eveked a mental power and a maaterly eloquence mperior to the cele- brated contest between Mr. Dooflae and Mr. Iineoln in Illinois....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 November 1865

-1 HOUSTON. M. REICHMAN & CO. AUCTION & COMMISSION JiMMCMMJirra. HOUSTON, TEXAS Aas "UPABUD TO MAKE ADVANCES CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE Of aU kind*. GALVESTON. DOMESTIC PRODUCE ALWAYS ON HANS TO EXCHANGE FOB Merchandise and Country Produce. All Consignments can be wade to as airect. at GALVESTON, where we have an attentive Agent and Ample Store Boom, to take charge of such Goods saving Consigners the tuna! commission charges at Salve*ton. Refer to * y leadluii house In Galveston ^itd Houston. Refers in New Orleans to J. TUYES, President N, O. Mutual Insurance Co. H. PEYCHAUD, President Hope do O. GAILLARD, Pres. Citizens Mutual do E. GAUNCHEAU, Pres La. State do J. PEMBEBTON, Pres. Merchants' Mutual do JOHN GAUCHE. Esq. We have engaged the services of Mr. A. BL ACHE, •f New Orleans July 8-dly M. REICHMAN & Co., Auctioneers. Auction ! Auction! M. REICHMAN & CO. WILL SELL, ON Saturday, November 25th, 1865, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, HATS, Boots, Shoes,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 November 1865

'TITT.'' I' ?MC^1 ••• ..*, >>«-•-. i Uv.-: 111 '"$v StferaP® H' „V* ■ill Iri-WfffcljlSrffjrapfe Huui<t4>n, Nofember 29, IMtti ttm tuiitben **f ll Km report* both by tbe Balk aod ty word of moalb front across tbe Omtr, U trill Um lendoucy of the emlgra- Hm |«ciM tfci way. Already baa the meM eet m atroogt> npon its, the*, not e kaaeete live ia.er to do hueine* In ceo be fowl uunimnpleil to * j of the etUee or laqpf towMot the Stele, while tbe anmer- «oelr«eeee of plantations. end mechanics that ere to be dallj, ebow that wbet- ifif «f deafoxdtmey our peoplf may have, |br«« le eoythinii bet deapondeney refard- lagTexaaabroad. Mote tt U cornea but brinita «a lettrra «<f luqurj of pegpon* deair- «M of reeioHin bvte, or requeete 10 find soma place Hi e btt-h to do butlueaa. The l| plica1 Uw* of mn * f f om $6,IWO to $20 600 capital Car euffetioue where to aettl** We of daily occurrence. Af w deje apo as advertiaeoi-ai wee publifhed in thi« pa- per fur a partner bavin* $...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 November 1865

iT HOUSTON. UODIERY AS A SPECIALITY I A. S. AMBLER A. CO. f ASOXaSRT T: • kfJUffiM, r« T XL A N D J I6ALTB8T0H- Befcrrtng to th« tbvn oard, we oall the Mtwttoi o merchants and consumers to our extensive faoiUtiee for supplying everything in this lias on term* greatly to their adraatage. We are located permanently, and will give oar an divided attention, and large praoUoal experience in toe baaineae to IMi tfttUUtf. SAMLE ARB HARNESS MARSfASTSST. AMBLER, ALLEN & 00. (HXrrOHlNB* BUU.IXHG.) MAIN STREET, HOUSTON TEXAS. ' On hand a superior lot of BADDLK TRKK8 of Oil totto, Neeba, Soadders, Haacks, and other oelebrated Bakers, whioh we are prepared to rig to order. Onr manufactory is under the supervision of Mr. Andrew Livingston, late of Matches, Miss., whose great exj>erieno« in manufacturing is a guarantee of Cotton,, Wool and Hide*, token in exchange for goods at ibe highest market tale* Oonneoted with J. K. CONDICT fc CO., MkH eot 3 White Street. New York. * m i. xj^Lira-. CO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 November 1865

wm*i ? NEW YORK. HOUSTON. mm raoi oalyestoh. AtU- «ss« plrcua pick* ap pSflSU! teawttggt'ss £W5JS5?S |huon direction L and you will OhMmegnMi Pnovisioiis— fresh, reUll * B. V bSGMfct® •bout J alttloa In a htakaar. Thta he varies It "Oa vlctuUs, Is not S?lfcCp8S ^1i*i'e ron I should think I hart.' PI ' r-'-ei- • ••'.• - "■if-/, mentioned m belli* a ^d,™xVeo2te?mr rSht ItaioawlnsttKebXt Government ~ . your myrmldoae—the anprln- domMtlo oligarchy—have oon- nnkm of the State* for which oar ItltSmSfiZiSSZ . "•aM he, laterrnptiag mm, |*f boon i they fhed yon here 7" 1 asked. ,-MU. [ preiwme yen oomprehend the paasdbfflt^ ttoanoiu-oer by the gravest of I lnqaur- on the floor," Mod he, with my get mwy ag ta l5u!ngep?MMwith yxm. If you like Mr. Parle his it aanwwly, a*l it was found to brown and something else in * «£' hocston wants ccpaan. (WHOLHAUi W UW Whale. w fat* oil. •all satisfaction to all who may hrwM "KS,., aiteDtlon wtM b given to We execution a< >r<We ft* ever? descript...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 November 1865

houston. // PROPB88OR SHBREK annouaoea to the oitUeaa of Houatou that he haa io- rrirrT tuning and a* tunurti hia work to give satisfaction. _UP" Order* left at Ms office in A. Periston's Clgai Muii, Perkins' building, Main street, will bo promjrtlf cated in this city for the purpoae ol REPAIRINGPIANOS. i . ?.* ?: blshimo, 1 form ly Daguerrean Art! '• & PoaraK. | 1MTBB Sc BLE«8ING, Wholesale * Retail Dealers in NY GOODS, BOOTS AKD SH0E&, HATS, and General Commission Merchants, (Opposite T. W. House,) MAIN STREET, HOUSTON TEXAS. W consignments of Cotton andPraduoa KF Orders promptly filled when accompanied by oasti W produce. nov4-tw3m * *• D. B. PALLAH F. D. SHAW & CO., dgalbbs in Watches, Jewelry and Fancy Hoods. CONUBR88 8TREET, HOUSTON. M" Watches and Jewelry carefully repaired.^Q| novSddttwly Johb diokins n uwcn l ooch&a* JOHN DICKINSON & CO. Cotton & Wool Factors, amd COV1MHMON >1 KK.CHANTS, WtAKIf OTRBaT WM. CHRISTIAN. QROCEK AND QeKtmlssto Mereftant...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 November 1865

r i ; I I h< •"** , 0 ! d irMfftetyWtffi Houston^ NorMber IS. 1W6 7% TH fiRKIMT^ BEWfr Gmmmwrn- Mosul* Oik Frid f, members of M e eU> North ^sra^saasc g^aariSSSsg •on tod for bio fcvoreWe oewiAMtaUoaoer- sasss with h« Uoioo, iritw «" erdioanee at •- ""k4' "TitsiiSRJSSS TbeneituTiog dose bodthio *« >][ • a committee ef obit wan, ood dooo by * toww cwmlniit/.oodtbiw lote w*r was JieMed woafe prohibit plow Unw^rt°^*7rovided to prepare wholesome lows tor the oooeMerelioo ®t 4bo Lamm* tare; ood tbo the *eoud issue io the late war'was yielded. Th« CoovonUou ha^jr yielded what was involved in U e war, and being of tbo opinion ttyt the Sti always bad been, in tbo Uolel bor relations had ooly been 4t not destroyed, respectfully Asks tbo Presi- dent to declare, on the part ot lhe anthori ties Of the United State*,« the Btata baa done on her part, thst^er govern men W te lations toare been recoudtod. The Conven- tion instrooted the liOgtelntnre to provide for the payment of the debt* ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 November 1865

TLh jj 'it v. ——- Bn'ghiifi « e.u io played out, ®*d *0 but n< t had i Aiogle case i< p- Hr' l ' lj. We hope this ► tore of off«ita Will remain, mJ that our vigilant p •iico- •*" will g' b (bo whole gug tn long. The steamer at. Ciair arrived OPobi G-lv«eioa jeairrdajr moratag, heavy 4ac*n wuli uoroboudi o. ■ Tboro wm littla huaiueoa trao* o(> •d in the Di*triot Court jnierdny. Ttio following additional liat of A torueja Woio admitted to praetioe, having ehowu •loar paper*: W. p HamMin. J. W. Oliver, M. E. P.rkins, M. B Welborr, And A. 8. R cliardeoo. •" • If any «f our readers wish tn study kamaii u attire we would ad viae them to Make a call at the Court House when the Court4* in seat-ion They wl.l see all kiutlg •••smciira ancl will ainileat the iaciis*of w lawyers It was h ludicrous uuu* at iho opening of lb* Court MumU} - Bt ruiug, io notice lawyers liomu la-lure Judge Caldwell. It reminded u« of our ■ohttolboy days, when in company with «th •r uiischievouB chips; we ha...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 November 1865

i SHI UECTKft VMI U*W 0BLEAHS. •v.a .*4* mf mm ram- ■sMritUKr. w-ianrsaJSKfer. I baft just had the pleasant 22.1, 1866. of long Mr. Frits Kohl, who has, hut an boor or two a*o, arrival on the screw steamship. Catherine Whiting, Capt. lferrimao. That vessel JoftHwr York on the 19thof Ootober, and wont ashore, in the great storm, on the JSth ait., on Oarysfort Beef. That was and when we last beard of her, and i lost She got off the leave the matter entirely to the Honse.— The National InteUigeaioer, (wMeh is aa- derstood to he tie President's organ,) io its latest iesoe reeommeads the 8 others members " not tp press for admission * en the opeaiag of Congress. The Prsmdeat iaaieu oa the " Constittu tional Amendment" being adopted bj the Sonthern Legislatures as a sins gum mm. and that the negroes be allowed to testify ia all eases in ooorts. Col. Carter is ex- pected to-night from the North. ANON. LATUV KfJKWS. SEffa'jrJG&PS C raider post; throwing oyerboard part of 0M cargo; havin...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 November 1865

Tfre City, gft baring a delightful spell of weather, «d °ur Btreeta pre- sont a busy « Q*. and *eB,lnd M„of «• Meiry ol4*y8 8one- Th® streets are AM** Pe°P|e'^yB carriages. early morn till dark. Th* fat mercbaul ml'e8 tbr° gh. bis buttered cheeks and .rubs ois bands in glee when noticing th** sy appearance of the city, and eeeina store fil «d with scores of purchaser.-.^ his clerks counting out the coin reoeivi* <*o "> a large merchant on 1 a pleasant fe with a subscription list for , 1 any charitXt purpose, whether to send C misbionarijto Hiodoostftn, or to buy a H present for* government offioial,and down 1 jroes his no* with * handsome sum to it, I but never osll < u rainy day or when a cold nor:her is blowing, or he wil give ! you a short answer, and you will be lucky i if you escape with nothing worse. Houston is a great city, aud has repre- seni&tm 8 (rum all part® of tfcc world reel- ding within her limits The shrewd Yan- kee is here, ihe fat Dutohmau with his Ip...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 November 1865

■r&r ■ty. ttlsCfcUANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. OALVEsTON. HOUSTON. * tfiy tko ItUiiti N#W If** ■III Awp, CmnMAmf t~ OWNgw* < ft, fife CMIHMlMrf Sinoa J '"*«( anihal « '*• S' «t «f • (|| eountrjr I k*f |m olttd«il •© M * ««B4idA(e f^r K'D(rw«. I« ki'ta Colon iBmkert hiT all ifc I'M 10 ikem- gt'TM-lipro.llf ih.m wb t refuge*! Uonb wbi u gheiman kun along ibis way And pot l ' how IB l >Ublo. 1 wr cub Monk ha I «H run leetle IMtflff 'h1*" "M 1 was «• gar* th*i we'd whip «W §to«r Mi &*'■ 1( mttt n*ild o ptvpwfuihuna 10 ilMtddlf, «>'« II bo * '*• ■ on uo I ke • iboiistnd «t brick; wd tbeo ikor® w* nt oo «i«e i« «Mok hp my «*nd ; " "krlplar# fr o, % ,Jke4n,yl dandw*lk. Aim habilUtneul - Sons ceremome, I left my b«d t-d bunri—bid.log *ko l g Md odUa, ha*io pledged mvelf. a «I1 dtctfofui-hrd men ol 'be Jieb prtua ifaft hod rep*audly; nn. ntvr to submit to AbeUneolm or rtlvnlruction. Wo worn all to die iu tiie loot ditch, espe- «ialij a o and J*ff, ai-d J« ; and 1 golly, I tbooght ...

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

HflllSTOlV.^'RI-WEEK I ,Y TKLEGRAPH. VOL XXXI WO. 116 . HOUSTON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1865 WHOLE NO. 378 HOUSTON. M. REICHMAN & CO., AUCTION & COMMISSION JfUSRCHAJTTM* HOUSTON, TEXAS- ABB "KKPARRD TO MAKE ADVANCE OH CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE Of all Iliads. DOMESTIC PRODUCE V TO EXCHANGE FOR Merchandise and Country Produce. 411 Ooastinoionfe -,«« :ie m*a« (a a* .ilreek. at t>lLVK£TON. who. « trt. &«v« «n attentive Agent and irani* 8tor* Room, to twit chare* of rack Good* tt*rnc 0^onUo«r> tbn usual oommtMton oharges at 4s4ve*u> to •-. 'twdlnc bouse tn U.tvastOD aid 11 on stun. Refers in New Orleans to J. TUTES, President N. O. Mutual Insurance Co. II. PBYCUAUD. President Ho.« do O. OAILLARD, Pvex. Citizens Mutual do B. GAUNOHKAU, Pres La. State do J. PBMEBUTON, Pres. Merchants' Mntnal do JOUN UAUCUK Kfq. We have eugajred the services of Mr. A. BLACHE, df New Orleans July 8-dly M. REICHMAI7 U Co., Auctioneers. MAt'ATEE & WHITMARSH, COTTOJV FACTORS, AND GENERAf...

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

r ;£?■■■ :<VB!EE9S1iP^ geUgtapb £• St CUSHH6) Editor *nd Pfoprtotor. iMitoi^JjeejiiiberJj^Wt THE HOUSTON TELEGRAPH. m PUEUBBMD TMJ- WEEKLY AND 'trnnmm «f gakwriyliiii ? i£CT~i %£~ ta, ««.. ' lr. Sally. *Sf....i*i ..r.*4 .v..*g...;M2 1 300.... sac.... woo >!>•••• 300.... • *4^ lives alone Weekly.. JkgatelhMi, > Alddtae.. rntmV. '5 * IT.' I*. ; IK 8'* • m. .04 SO a oo. •lfo 30e... 1 jmt,W pip f WW. , ...UoMoh insertion ' >af *" § par cent ££ eentracted ^Ho^m&wment will be ineerted at * lew charge thA4T^i«emenU ordered in thl paper, without tke edition being qwetfied, will be pnbfiahed in the Dally rtditl"". J. " tiU tor; -bill." Advertiaementa "t ^SSE&S&S?SrtllSfiea. will be pnbliahed in the DMfir, Tri-WeeWr uri Wm*1/, tor i in Sally or TO-feaaUy, *>, and In Weekly alone. #10. The above nrioea are In l*f*l tender. Specie re •Mired at lta #ve tronble of ealou- fWeekly. J0, and In 1 ve prloea are In total a i ltf Market rate, or, to sav„ *owmmul^tt^%^be^^l^...

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

HOUSTON. I i M. REICHMAN & €0., AUCTION & COMMISSION JtVERCHJUTTS, HOUSTON, TEXAS ABE "BEPABBB TO MAKE ADVANCES CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE Of all kinds. GALVESTON. S. J< T <1*1 Hi HAS JUST RBCEIVJSD and otters forssle to close coosicument, SO Hbla. CLARIFIED 8UOAR, 75 Hack* PBIMB COFFEE. 40 Bun CHBWINH TOBACCO, 30 Bbls. „ . PIKE'S and DEXTER'S WHISKY, M Bbls. TAB. 10,000 Yards INDIA BAUUINQ, 100 Calls MANILLA HOPE. Strand, - • - Galveston, Next to Adams Kvnm Ofllce.- o vMd&twlw MACATEE & WHITMARHH, COTTOJV FACTORS, AND GENKKAL COMMISSION AND FOBWARDING MERCHANTS. A t their New Fire-proof Warehouse, JM. near the Central Railroad Depot. Particular attention given to the wile and storage of cotton, hides, and all kinds of country produce, and to the execution of all orders entrusted to their care. N. B.—All shipments from the interior consigned to us will be free of drayoge. nov82d&tw6m DOMESTIC PRODUCE ALWAYS ON HANB TO EXCHANGE F0B \ and Country Produce. Ai...

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

■ (gii t fr Sir40ttfclg ftl*jrx|?li B. B. C08HEIG, Editor mmA Proprietor. I, 1865. . T • erf | IP* wiot (trrp «il proper iiikIom to k«p Mm Um people tke importMoe W ftilmdi to Tczm. Wftk the broad ef oooalrj we Jkave, ud it* wut to «i|n tnupirtedM, the •NWbj of nllroftda, foreee iiaelf at U <iei apoa as. More eepcoiftlljr U tkia i <NWtoWW. f < Wi A elaetor «* Utoepper Bmeee ralew eay tare hoadrod balee of ee.to*. Ha Mad* it to Bmmim at a aort to Ha« of SO daja, Mi to amy of aot I eat than three to four Iwart dollar*. With a railroad bie •aMaaaigkt b* piao*d to aarkat daily, al. MM* a* that aa pieked, at a aariog of two •M* Ik* oaat. Bj takiag tka advantage 3 «ftt* MU*k*t h* won Id to fact aavi more tkaa Ik* Mtir* *a*t *f pre—at treaeporta- ttaau Caoattog Ik* *obm1 saving at ao -*& N*k latere*, a railroad I* tkat eonntrj vaald to tkia way b* equivalent to aa io- M*a* of hi* oapital by fifty thousand fnad solid dalltra. A farmer ia Northern Teia* rai**a aow perhaps a tkoa...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 December 1865

hi ihi—msii i in i i hi i 'i iiiiiwwii' •-* HOUSTON MISCELLANEOUS. HOUSTON. To-day^j Chronicle con ON ACADEMY SQUARE! FdR FOUR DAYS o * 3sr i-i *sr ■ '*!£: *?, *$ • ;t •• ■ ' ••• & ji** ArMay, Saturday, Monday A Tneedajr, , •f*; ■* Aw. 1st, 2d, 4th and 5th, 1865, THE GREAT UNITED CIRCUS! v'TOfcul the md9ew haight..... Proprietor. • ■ . 'q* svss- • ar. t. v. chambe1w u«m>ral Axent, TOBTU1 present a wrltMf their inimitable WW performances, alike remarkable for brillancy of •vacation and nkillful darinjf. enarted by the follow- er; distinguished artists: " *' M'LLE MARIE, The most accompliHh>>d and beautiful Equestrienne m the profession. Madam Carroll, Mile dc Auley, Messrs. Carroll, Sordeau. Rinchart, W. Nay lor Johnson, Carr, Rivers, SIGROR C. BLISS, ! efcowalk*. a ceiling likw a common fly, 1- Naylor, i Stood, Manning, C. BListt. Jr.. Hubert. Masters tjeorge, Albert, and Willie, "the pet. A school of Tumblers! LATHROP, --.d '• • and prime rainixter of wits and r. m-Jfm...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 December 1865

1 * *■ the Haw Yark Mewa. . following correspondence, received jopterd*/, la full of interwt, and, we explnioa itself. The article in tta or* Times which caused the any action on uenred of the tir R« «Bei>d i« « w* ing to take ! tiCVnbject nntil morefuiy inftniff Mr. Killian 0 * urea SlthTa^"lA^oI<*T which Mr. to adopt, moat bo his KilUan has 1^qaeetiDg bim te inform him **fn3$r he has or has not correctly under- Jbod him. nr.KiUiaaieVr. 1 is M follows:' ^ PoalMjbObably thousands, of ^MBspwtinR Irish, living in paled sections of theeonntry, cajoled into making remittances of the order here and el8ft, not One tithe of which, they may taMftdan it, la used for any other purpoae fta* maintaining a sat of scamps in kUe- aM, , Stories come to us of remittances of Vtapjfcn funds to Ireland. Most of theee lM(ll an doubtless intended to show that the eontrlbutions received aetually ex- pended for some revolutionary end. Even w en honest share, of the funds were sent to the result would...

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