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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 December 1865

f \ HOUSTON. Finn ox : WHttnos!! PKOKK8SOR KHKI'HK. nnnounow> to flR^SQM^H the citizens of Houston that be has to- cated in tins city tor the purpose ol TI 9 I I TUNING unci REPAIRING PIANOS. Be wai runts his work to ,iive suti.t'actioii. W Orders left Ht his ortic« ill A. Perlsteiu's Cigar ■tore, Perkins' building, Mtiu street, will be promptly ■Handed to june23lj t. & POCTSB, > ) J. P. Bt-KSSISQ. $ ) Korm ly Diufucrreau Artl PONTKK & BLBNM1NO. Wholesale 4 R.-Uiil Dealers iu MY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, Mud. (wfnerol Commission Merchants, {Opposite T. W. Ilouse.) MAIN STREET, HOUSTON TEXAS. KSOLICIT consignments of Cottou andProduoe. •9 OMers promptly tilled when aooompanted by cash _ nov4-tw3m D. H. PALLAtt D. SHAW & CO.. PEALItnB IH Watches, Jewelry and Fancy Goods. CONGRESS (STREET, HOUSTON. ■SF" Walehcx and Jewelry carefully repaired—X aovSdAtwly ______ IMPORTANT TO DRY GOODS BUYERS LEGAL. D. U. BARZI/.A. ATTORNEY AT LAW joua mokins'.w ovrr.N l cocbkan JOR...

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

Tki Ti«M ' • th*t wtWaain • million vera Uxe Beoood |l|wHnii WM'OAll- kf i luw* H«" to U pfeaniuj eoofctod fi. mwuU V t«/i jrtflW f. Morton, tf f|jp uto ywwwiff. 4f found -rr^gr, itH(Wlp>< • i* aupport i rwooHtraotion polioy. Hi* exc« lien «ght tker* wight b* iftfim son* op • in Coo grow, whioh would hm pmtfflTU «m vootorlsc booMao tally d«T«lopod. Tho poopio, be oddad, ihragkt tw ikn Southern Bt«tes movod rather slow buifttt things ooOsid*rod, b botioood they woro doing i ewrkftMjr orelL l&« oomph- mooted tbo Governor on tab Kiobmond (Iod.) opeooh, ttndsoid that he fully in dortod it, «.t <** •> «jf* <• • •'1' I>r. Craven, who io Jeff. Dovia' medical attondaat at F«rtr®| Monroe, arrived bore this morning, W& rOpprto tbo priaoner In jWvfeMltli, nod ** WW* •tale *f mind. Nothing it known at Portreaa Monroe in re- lation to hi triljiif * ' ' • : The Attorno/ GenufAPa Office has boon temporarily rOHeved Of pardon applicant*, and the nnmber it the White House a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 December 1865

The Citv. >-v The District Court wu occupied fNladl} with the HiktcCorpai cue Ben iioned bj as in Thursday'* paper. The fol- lowing i* General Gregory's answer to the wilt. Stat* or Texas, I ^ • H. M. Elmokb, f 4 Li k. BRV'T. BRIO. Gem £ ML Grkgoby And now eomea Brigadier Gt serai E. M Owgort, (ho Respondent iu this matter, oa Use SOtn dsy ot November 1865, andf ssya U Is true that bo ba* under arrest the person described in the writ to Which this return is made. That Respondeut arrested the said H. II. J: more, in the dlsoh* ge of his du'ies as Assistant Coromliainner •« 'h® Fr«-ed- men's Bureau for the State of Texas;! and by virtue of authority nested in me by the President of tfa% United State*, on • charge that sometime in the month of July 18C6, the said H. M. Elmore without au- thority of law, and in eontfcaipi of the oon •tituied authorities of the Govern me lit, ran down with dof s and guns, and •false- ly imprisoned and kidnapped a- certain frcedmen named Shade, in Walk...

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

NEW YORK. HOUSTON. HEW ORLEANS t" lUMmniM devastated b •or other Stat® ex- evils ofeMl not escape ips«ue& visitors in former timet s-xasrsh-ffs: e surrounding country af- xnldei renleon and wild than mm, I r__a roemand kaeo each a thin* cannot be pro- ur price. STO can be !' \ \ \ / "/• v. { SSs_^ nirioni Qftn procure mi insufficient bed in a ro^wl^vorfireIpWwithjniaerable Iweit Me value when needed and ie^'* 1 toHot Springs via Little Rook are Utter place br the Postmaster at nt fifty visitors at the Bpffc i for about fifty more. Thorn i had better go< MSN '*S?w. PIBIMAL ITBMI. Gen. Butler contemplate* removing per- manently to WMhinfton. Gen. TbomM Francis Meagher U now acting Governor of Montano Tertitory in tho absence of Got. Edgerton. Charles Diokins' son has been recently appointed Judge at Melbourne, Anetralia. Lindley Murrey was an American, and M wsre Samel Webster and Noah Webster, the grew test lexicographers the world ever taw. Gen. Glllmore has secured, as a per...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 December 1865

Th.e Citv. We call attention to the card of Mr. P. Sch wander, who has jo*t opened a new barber shop near the Eldorado Hotel. Panl has the reputation of being a first class workman and will give satisnction to his customers. We copy from the Picayune an interest ing letter from Houston, written as will be seen, by an old friend, "D. R.," formerly of the Galveston News, now the General Agent of the Picayune for the State of Tex« as. We hope to see frequent letters from his pen in that excellent paper. Very little business was transacted in the District Court yesterday. The fol- lowing additional list ot lawyers were ad- mitted to practice: W. E. Kendall, J. F. Crosby, A. M. Has- kell, A. M. Branch, W. P. Balling&r. Messrs. Branch and Haskell were in the list of exceptions in the Proclamation of the President, but have been recommended for pardon by Gov. Hamilton. Mr. Ballinger produced his warrant of pardon. The following gentlemen, who had been summoned to serve on the petit jur...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 December 1865

L\ 0ALVE8T0W. uu< neromm * oo. Oat ton Foototo Ml COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 0ALVB TO«. TIXAS. Aesr— T HENRY HINCK, IMttWtl JLTaaruas MtMaoaawaT ToaiPKiivs a mcanriPiT. COMMISSION MBKCHAHT8 strand oalvbston. WERTHEIMER k HALFIN am oontinuallt wkj*rrw0 • DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SMtfa MdMw 6M*, HATS, TRUNKfl^fce. Market Street, Opposite the Old Poet-OStoe, — GALVESTON. TEXAS. i^SCTo... J. C. & I 8. ur abtoeon, Slnsletery * Oe., HaawrUle, Texas. SMITH A GO,, MWfhlOT, Galvbbton—TAias. Wm,.<rw. Pfr^o>l aitoatton to all tMjwg * traMedto*****' s*e. . uptim— AC. HeKXSN fc SOI, Cbttoa Jfator* and C<Maaii|#i<m Merchants, 8 TRAMS IT., SiLnma, . (in this oeeatlca to lit to NirMtiu and Pisa- n«w J itatn- ikBihKN will we buy hUm. Thai i all ptcsniary liabilities, North or teed* of the «ato of prednee will "jdSjWSfl® iMgaa on «oU«a ooerlffaod ta w f§ A SOS. tacQy mbrchantb. Ha. m Petdldo Btraet, (Faoto*** ***.) «a NEW ORLEANS. m"* ^ Iwttt "fOAARUM*. HOT * 00. 8. J. LEE, COMMISSION MERCH...

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

VOL XXXI HO. 117 HOUSTON TRI WEEKL Y l\ — IT r *• wtrnrm * HOUSTON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1865 WHOLE NO. 723® HOUSTO*. M. REICHMAN & CO., AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HOUSTON, TEXAS' ARE P EPABK T« MAKE ADVANCES CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE Of all kfada. DOMESTIC PRODUCE ALWAYS ON HAND TO EXCHANGE Merchandise and Country Produce. /A- | mmamm -f-. ^ All OoancwnenU oan to made to <m afreet, at GALVESTON, where we Have an attentive Agent and ample Store Room, to take charge of such Goods saving Consigner* the nana! commission charges at 9 lveston leading nonne In Gtlveston and Refers In New Orleans to J. TUYES, President N. O. Mutual Insurance Co. H. PEYCHAU1), President Hope do O. GAILLARD, Pres. Citizens Mutual do E. OAUNCHEAtr, Prcs La. State do J. PEMBERTON, Pres. Merchants' Mutual do JOHN GAUCHE. Esq. We have engaged the services of Mr. A. BLACHE, of New Orleans July 8-dly- M. REICHMAN & Co., Auctioneers. COMMERCIAL EXPRESS COMPANY. GREAT ■ASTERN, WESTERN AND SOUTHE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 December 1865

0rt-4fc*klg telegraph 77 iriTaiimK^ Editor and. Proprietor. Houston, December 4, 1866. SSSB Whoever bee reed or beerd iboet Dr. Arnold,—the "Rugby Arnold"—the greed <%U meeter" depleted with eoeh eereeet ud tender effaction in thet oepitel book, " Tea Browe'a School De/e et Bogby,', e>d eet forth ee e epeoimea ef eoeh noble —hoed in Stanley's (bithfal biography ef him, will wieh to rend, er beer nboat llnttbew Arnold, hie eon. Ae nn eriginnl end cneeeeeAd tenoher,n echelnr-hietorien, end n men ef large end liberal eooial and reHfiooe Tiewe, the elder Arnold wee wide- ly known end henored. He taek undenia- ble rank aaung thet large and rapidly in- creaeing olaee of eohotaro and bellee-leU tea men In the Xnglleh Bpleeopal Church, who made no attaok upon old forme, bat who nourieh end diffuse under them any number of f«eeh ideas and modern viewi; a class who. it eeeme to ua, have been more expert than any other in put- ting new wine into old bottlee. Whether the Wine ie wholly go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 December 1865

MISCELLANEOUS. General Agency fllHE undersigned will openan office in Hounton, 1 on the 1st of December, and offers hi« serviceH to bm old friends and the public generally as a OKNJSKAl, AGENT lor the transaction of business In the city. Particular attention will be paid to the selection of family and Plantation Supplies, when orders are ac- iOmpauied by tb« Refers to the old merchants •f Houston. E. A. STOCKING, oov8-twlm Houston, Texas. E. F. SWING & CO.. t f "ttrill'ig m> ■■ G-eneralCommission Merchants Bnrk St ■ W'.l MJBNT, M iltjrl- C ii ■ otto v,..-:. Civ<-r' .1 'iv r-> o j D'-pot. Bret lis T KX A1* Cotton mice. 1 • SAI.K I. Urn * <. M' an it nen ynper Inl4 -( i i CRAY Si IVORRlN* SOUTHERN COMMISSION AGENCY, AN I) PURCHASING BUREAU, Nos. 120 and 122 Commoii Street W® NEW ORLEANS. JS Hut* respectfully to call the attention of our patrons and the publle generally to our 6™*}£Iy greased facilities for supplying the wants of Dealers, Planters, and citizens generall...

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

tSri-Wttbln Sf-elfltratih I practical, uuequaled ia (he i1bbIu*m " 4 ' 11 0fM0«eUg8tIqpx)rii E. H. CUSHDTG, Editor and Proprietor. December 4, 1866, WtfcftY* ju«tr o«Ted the Mexican Tim—, from tho olty of Maxieo, edited bj H«rj W. Alka, lata Brigadier Geaeral hi the Oeaftdwate aerrlee, and • till l*t«r Governor ef LonMaaa, under the Confederate regime It wee little to be aattotpated when Lieut. CeL Alba, of the 4th Louisiana, held his fint drew parade, modeetly, and even (baldly, la the luaaer of 1861, at Gaap Moon, that he voold have had snob a his- tory oe he has had, and that he would now bo editing an English Imperial journal at the city of Mexioo. But llfs is wonder- fal on this western oontinent. At any rate wo satehaage with our brother editor with an nsususl degree of pleasure, and wish hint and his journal the greeteet prosperity possible ia this world. The Times eongratutates the Imperial Government In eeouring the serriees of Seaor M. P. Maury as Ghlef of Coloniza- tion, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 December 1865

J ienominatidns! Proirl* Tin ' f ' n The Citv. i DkIUvkn's OKt*r CiBCts.—Saturday ui«ht drew ■ together the l rirest audience we have seen for h long time, there iuunt have been four thousand persons present, besides outsiders, wlio could not obtain seats, ■iiid who may be counted by hundreds. Their brief m flson, however, closes 011 Tuesday, and we must liear testimony not only to their excellence in the profes- sion, but to their gentlemanly lies ring an<l social so 1iety. All the performers are excellent in their different rolet. but we cannot help but make a few specialities, and adylse those who have not yet witnessed their ex- hibition to avail themselves of -the opportunity. Mad'Ile Marie, the dashing lady equestrienne, stands first in the profession—and must be seen to be appre- ciated, she vaults over banners, aud jumps through tioops in the most artistic finish of anv we ever saw. • Then Master George Bliss, on the flying trapeze, is the acme of perfection, and said to ...

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

WMttmfcrtfce Telagrapt OUR DEAD. - H «H the wont work that Baton ud tin ever un- JM«l«nk ia this world, and they that (offered in il wen aot Mttrn ia a good owe, hot ocmrieU in « lit Mb Who iktll comfort tlm tkit ait by dUhon- Ml Sermon of II. W. Btee&tr. 1 Why aieyoerliUiee so tall and pure, Ok Uad of the loath! ud why Ireetiwi year row w* • pwkesto teederaewi Wkw y«« nontoff tnMM ii(kt Wly rtwrti yow foiwto W gt«U « a kro^l. With wonderltol melody? wky n tow* a f toy about your ni«h« ! Aad a folden, glimmering haie, ■teening like Hood* at amber wine. YwrfoU-klown, eplendld <tor t Uj ||| Hi aw^1— with broken hearts, Or roaei with sorrow and death— -Lesdea should be yoor skies above, And barren yoar Held* bemeath! m -DiahMMMdl" Mother, remember the day Iw* him a P«wd good-bye, IP. V Ah. what a splendor lit hU face— —like the glow of the morning sky! Oar darling! they say when hla prood old blood Was maed is tfce rash of the fight, Hla eyes were brighter than banting shells. T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 December 1865

t Jo lob .ndl „'olJ ter Je bel bo ah P' i d; Oe in & H i\ The Citv. Ths Circus.—The great United Cirous opened yesterday afternoon to a crowded audience, and the performance gave entire satisfaction to all. Many of the feats performed are new ones, ana will astonish the beholder. AH the per- formers have been selected with great oare and are masters of their profusion. There w*8 a src&t crowd in Ett6Ddi®06 list nine, and many people failed to obtain seats. The oompany endeavor to please the pnblio, and they deserve encourage- ment and suooess. They will perform this afternoon and evening again, and we would advise our readers to be on hand early if they wish to secure a seat. The police are quite vigilant nowa- days, and offenders against the ordinances of the city have a hard time of it —. We learn the damage to the loco* motives at the collision near Courtney the other day was not as great as at first re- E or ted. Both engines were badly injured, at can be repaired in a f...

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

houhtok, nov. 80, 1866. Ed. Telegraph .-Allow mo to onll Uoa to Mi error la thi D. B. froaa thia city tetk# Pto yim*, M0P- ied lit roar iirae of thte date: «* no old aoylBg 'it la on 111 wind blow« nobody onjr good' eU.de tree JjoUUon «. Houston, for tbi w oo dootrnetlTO elsewhere, boo literally nukdo it what it nov is. nnd the lerlih ond rooklooo ex- penditure of money by tho military during the palmy daye of tbo Oonftdoraoy boo bohwdOxrougb tbo keenness of bor citi- senata avolHng themselves of oil thai vm lying about loooe to build up a olty owr- r<m?dod by baadoomo rill*- " Vsy Uttle of wblob to borne out by ony who know tbto city m well o. be oorreet. Houston woo in a Ibettor eon- dktton when the wor broke out than Uto io4aT' the larieh aad roohieoo oapondi- ore ^h« riribto &any iaarsvomeot mode upon us in our etty, nor ^M^he haoanoM of our eitisens euffioient to- convert Into onjthiug tangible the many to poy that were tho bulk of tho lavioh and reokleaa expenditurea ma...

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

HOUSTON TRI- Vol xxxi ho. us HOUSTON. M. REICHMAN & CO., AUCTION & COMMISSION ^T£JZ CHJLJTTS. HOUSTON, TEXAS' ARB BREPARB f I' !.< hake advances CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE Of all kind*. DOMESTIC PRODUCE ALWAYS ON HAKI TO EXCHANGE roi Merchandise and Country Produce* All Consignments cu be rnsae M us direct, at OALYBSTON, where we ktTt an attentive Agent and MBVto Store Room, to take chart* of web Goods iKtai Consigner* Ik. anal commission charges at OalVMton. Refer to aftf itsdliut bonne Ui OilfMtoD md Sofia ton. Refers in New Orleans to J. TUYB8, President N. O. Mutual Insurance Co. H. PBYCHATTD, President Hope do O. GAILLARD, Pres. Citizens Mutual do B. GAUNCHEAU, Pros La. Stato do J. PEMBERTON, Pres. Merchants' Mutual do JOHN GAUCHE. Esq. We have engaged the servioes of Mr. A. BLACHE, ef New Orleans M. HBICHMAH & Co., July 8-dly Auctioneers. INSURANCE. UNDERWRITER'S AGEJCCT OP NEW YOEK, IAIN BASSETSXTNREE MILLION DOLLARS, SUB POLICIES OP Fire and Marine Insuranoe ...

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

X gri-H?Kki0 itlegtaph gi g. n. ccshis^ Kditor and Proprietor. Houston, December 6, 1865, The Hew York Observer of areeeoi dale that Rev. William Q. Milborn, known 4U the Mothodift "Blind Preaeher," la aoon to be admitted to Orders bj Blahop Hop- kin* of Vermont. Mr. Milbnrn ia very well known in the tjoath, having been for dx or •even years a prominent and rery popular preacher ot the Southern Methodiat Chnrch in Alabama, between the years 1847 and 1854. He was, during the time mentioned, eonaidered the aioat finished pulpit orator in the Southern. Methodiat Chnrch, of hi" age. He was o% more than thirty years of age at the las 4ate mentioned,—the beginning of the year 1854. He was also thoroughly conversant with the most advanced literature of the time, in Europe and America. He was an .earnest, original, and bold thinker, and was exceedingly fearless in tbo utterance of his convictions, in a day when ecclesiastical onblic opinion waa mnch more stringent in regard to such things t...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. JOHX H. SB WARD. J- *■ FREEMAN. SEWARD & FREEMAN. General Commission Merchants, ■AVAMTA, TUAt. wi j.i. KEEP Counts ntly on hand an aasyrt- MERCHANDISE nited to this market. BbmIaI attention trlTen to shipment of ootton, wool andhidM. novSOtwSm * H. H. WOODWARD & CO. eenersl Ooimmieeieii. Eeoeiwlag & Forwarding Merolxanta, AND 8H|IP AGBNT8 >ep6 INDIANOLA TKXA-. twSm W. A. rITT URN HKNKK'K PITTS Sc HENRICKS, AH0TI0NEER8 * COMMISSION REMNANTS DEALERS IX PRODUCE, AND GENERAL AGENTS ootl3 AUSTIN, Texas. tw3m T. I. HARWOOD A. J. I'KIAK HAKWOOD A McKEAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Gonzales, Texas. Wlljla PRACTICE their profession In all the courts of the 10th Judicial District, also In the ounties of Caldwell and Guadalupe; also in the Fede- al Courts at Austin. oetl2-tw6m GEO. D. HASWELL GEO. F. It AS WELL Ma steel I tf Son, Commission Merchants* MILLICAN, TEXAS. Receiving and Forwarding Promptly and carefully attended to. nov29tw3m Wanted ••To purchase or rent a Plan...

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

fti-WwMg Selegtajih E* I. Editor CDBHD6, Proprietor. iMstoi, Deemiber 6, 1866. fktn la daagvrtkftl 11m prudual bet« «f Um situation of the ooaatry met bring mmy, aspeeiallj by larga 1b tha liwtr eraatrj, who pro- U ibaaloB «ffort ud throw their ialda lato tka wood*. We an perfaotly Mm Of Ut troablaa Md diffionltiea that wt aboot them. Wo haow at best that ■utjnr*! plantiag will bo bat modarata- iy caeooufal, while on very few ferae will over oM-thiid of * orop bo node, end jet we urge by Ml neui that their ftelde he ealUYoted by their oil proprietor!. We tottfbrreMOM we hove heretofore al- luded to, bat Mere particularly beooaee la these rid proprietor* reeidee the epirlt, the ehoraotor of the ooaatry, ud baoauao we do net deelre to eee that oharaoter and spirit e wallowed op and oT*r whelmed by the inflowing tide of new tillage. It is poeeible ia the aatare of thlage to eaoeoed, beeaoee eaooeeele aeceeeary. Ia the flret plaoe, It ia possible to auocaad, beeoaee it le the power of t...

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

The Citv. HohenthaJ 4c Co- will have another (rnt Aile- ron sale to-morrow. The good* to be sold comprise everything needed by country men-bant* aud others. 411 kinds of dry-goodn, groceries, boots and shoes, DquorHi and crockery ware will be sold. This linn pur- chase their stocks in large quantities and can offer great inducements to buyers. James Hamilton tlie prince of auctioneers will do the talking. See adver- tisement One of our citizens smutted a man on Sunday •ight on a charge of burglary, aud delivered him to the sergeant of the guard on duty at the Court-house' and that enterprising individual demanded the hIx- ahooter of the citizen on the ground that bis carrying it was against military orders. The pistol was taken from the citisen, but we will do the military authori- ties the justice to nay that it was restored to bimin the morning. fg A white man from the rural districts was ar- raigned yesterday afternoon before Recorder Ferg-usoii to answer a charge of appropriatin...

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

HOUSTON. jpjrn jr bumble, £\ 'tiff 1 f >i $ * * COTTON AND WOOL FACTORS AND OBNIEAL liiwltilw Kmlmrtti STRARI, OalTf it of at- continue to se- hltherto riven us. Malt* M*atent Concrete Win and Burglar-Proof Safes, MMMViwIltaw* From 14 to tt inch. 0QR HORVSBERB, r BALL'S STEEL PLOWS, CIRCULAR SAW MOLLS. CORN CRUSHERS, PLANTER# BTMML PLOWS, STATttflAIV AM PRRTASIE IRSIRES, (tow ofwfaldb Me in (tore and other* to arrive. JUST ARRIVED! A CONSIGNMENT ^ closed out quick PER TWO IvA-t ;<V<- «• .'M •. 11 "1 - ■ l ■■ . . ... ►'.« 1 ■' *i o -- ■ i ■, jH jutr, SAOOINO ROPB WHISKY. Gtntrai jhiilwwn 6,000 B USHELS CORN, AT tl IS FIB BUSHEL. NEIL * DUMBLE. , , Commeree Street. FMOJtr JKf9M«OJI(M Baskets Krug's Champagne, and mule dim ;| B: H nmi w •*•••• 8. E. LOEB & GO. -ALBO— to aak soda water, with >, toe cream freesers, spoons, else appertaining to open ■f&i FoR BALE nmufflnimBia iif yju U' d) Oo. Oral OMh Hnktfc JBBOf C. CUTT1B, «ntnu aid 6nc«7 Merchant, MAIN STRRBT, HOUS...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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