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

I The Citv. ac net 8. geni 3m Stolen Watch Rsoovsbsd.—Mr. Ed. Kauf- of this city, had a valuable gold watch and chain .ud three or four huudred dollars taken fr jm his bed- worn at the house of Alderman Fox several weens Hjo, and no clue could be obtained t o the thief- While Sr. Kaufman was passlug along Main street terday inornintr he noticed a ne*ro wearing the lissing chain, and as he approached him the negro .ittoned up his coat to cover it, and Mr. K. grabbed im when the negro resisted and broke from him and n exciting race was made up Main street. A citizen on grab)tod the negro and Deputy Marshal Ducoing „mlng up, the rascal was turned over to him and he ook htm before tho Mayor for examination. The ne- j^ays he bought the watch from a soldier, but this doubtless false, as the negro is a notorious scamp- was committed to jail in default of $500 bonds for appearance before the District Court. We are glad at one at least of the scoundrels who have commit- the S7 burglaries in ...

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

m ' 1:. ' t'X \ I i c£ '■r ' :h§^W$' HOUSTON. HOUSTON. HOUSTON. NEW YORK There are certain man, Flake's BaUetia,deelsiatiag sf ainst the President, wbo arrogate to themselves the nwe of - Union an," ttwt are no More entitled to IhU honorable die Unction than wai Y sn- eer, Pierre Sonle, or any other brjpht and •hinief light of the lata Confederacy. AbobI thoee is the London correspondent el the Boston Commonwealth, whose sig- nature of M. D. C. is a sufficient endorse- meat for anything that is absurd, wicked er irreverent. Ha Is a Vircinisn by birth, and in his life held ontin Altimore as a Me- preacher. How he rot out of this faooavable and useful vocation we know early li thodist not The next we beard of him was at the Aadorer Theological School, where he was transformed into 4 roaring abolitionist and Unitarian clergyman. From this be went to Washington, and from thence to Cincin- nati, whore he managed to marry a wealthy wife and ruin the leading Unitarian Church in the city. I...

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

i' vol xxxi wo. 119 HOUSTON TKI-WEEKfaY TELEGRAPH HOUSTON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1865 WHOLE NO.7S40. H0U8T0N. M. REICHMAN & CO., AUCTION & COMMISSION MEncMMm HOUSTON, TEXAS- ARB "UBKAKBD TO MAKE ADVANCES CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE Of fill kinds* DOMESTIC PRODUCE ALWAYS OH HAKB TO EXCHANGE FOB Kerehandise and Country Produce. An Oofle**'.i^.nt can M tnaa. to as direct, at 4 AJLVESTON. &«• w« an atteuttv. Agent and «nwl« 8tor. R -o-v>. v ta* -htrge at snch Good* • «(<!« Q'nwtr-«> • im i iw>KiTnl««!n fharara at talvsaiox R.lfcT tK ."It'll U* to 8 and Refers iu New Orleans to i. TOTKS, President N. O. Mutual Isnnuioe Co. H. PEYCHA CD, President Hope do 0. G AILLARO, Pres. Citizens Mutual do K. GACJNCIIEAO, Pres La. State do J. PBJIBBRTON. Pres. Merchants' Untmal do JOHN GAUCHE. Esq. | We have engaged the serrioea of Mr. A. BLACHE, I «f New Orleans , July 8-dly M. REICH UAH &. Co., Auctioneers. la. fKINBBRO M. STBENBOCK O. PESSBLB (Formerly of San Antonio,) R. ...

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

f ti-^eeklfl ielegtaph E. H. CU8HI3TG, Editor Proprietor. Houston, Pcwler 8, 1865. We ten not load with a little emprise «Im disposition of may of oar Bonthera papain to abase Northern periodicals of a certain «Um. Especially is this feeling ■aalfr"*"1 towards a.viodietire nd iao&t- ioal picture paper published by Harper * Bra, He# York. It mobs to na that tw brethren forget nut only their dignity %«C their pood sense when they oonde-oend it roil at that sheet. U the first place it lo oat of eherseter for us in our present ooadiU-r lo permit the rabble who hoof at m to know that their haotiogs effect ne, mmi ia the eeceod plaoo tbe notice we toke <ef than aukee them ton times more noisy ssi ten times mora effect We. Toa pass along the road and oftentimes will be barked at by a saarliog flee, who, If you notice him, or hurl the well- 4eoerred clod at him, will redonblo his bark lag*. Bnt you let bim alone and nine times %at of ten he will stop barking aa soon as Is finds out y...

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

HEW ORLEANS. oiiANEOUS. HARLOW J. PHELP8 & CO.. . ff«t-tur a " • COMMISSION MERCHANT^ 142 GHATIBB STREET. C.iw;. iiki 01. Mtw!<. NBW, ORLEANS. I WILL fa*k« C«.|i * ttOTTuN, WOOL u' • H - .• ■ i«0t:i. -,*••• -MIMP '« above Brra, <• « I >• In n '**« A. msCMs Houston. A'i*u.t n .!*'««!:■ CHEAPEST MM HOOOE W THE MUM I DUNCAN* & CO., IN CAMP 8TL.BKT. N«w ©rletuia. Wholesale Dealer* in SCHOOL BOORS, STATIONERY. flOVKUi. MAOAZINKA, D&i CO., being agents for Ihe leading pub- • usher* can sell cheaper than any house in the South. oct24dfctw3m " j7 A."BRASELMAN. Wholesale dc Retail Dealers in FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, No. 586 MAGAZINE STREET, Vomer St. Andrews St.. NEW OltLEAIMH. PO.«KSSB3 CHEAT FACILITIES FOR BUYINO GOODS CHEAP, Which ennblea him to Sell below the Market Price*. ORDERS SOLICITED, to which especial attention will be giren. uovi-d&twfim CARROLL, HOY & CO., Cotton Factors and General Commission MERCHANTS, N". :aj i v-rcf• forest. VCW OKl.lC ...

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

CHRISTMAS J J9E8EJTTS1 TOW HAMPSHIRE. LETTER FROM E ARB NOW OPKMM; iri-W«Mg®cIegraph E. K. CU8HTHG, Editor and Proprietor. December 8, 1866. '1 \ PSPsS * The peoplo of the Southern States ere ■ow looking for the Presidents lleaaaf *, Igg the action of the RepnUleen majority la OenfroM, and, in abort for the lifting of A* enftain which ia to diaeloae the de- MaaMil of their political fate, with an jpdjty aalr MCoad In intensity to that with vUeh they awaited the result of the Presi- dential election in I860. They labored hard, for more than a quarter of s century, to item the tide of opposition, which stead- fly iaeNMed la volume, against their cher- IglMd InsUtnUons, and againut tbe eWiliea- Hon fomded upon them. In this struggle . they were overborne, and tbe evidence of their ooaoplete failure was tbe result of tbe slsqtitrrt in I860. Losing all hope of main- l«i«ii«g themselves, they attempted practi- cally what they bad long held theoretical- ly—peaceable secession. In tbis tbey...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. H. a. OKA VISA, Commission Merchant HEMP.«T*AEI>. TEXAS For Sole. fthe BMI o/^Muwrr Apply to novttdlm J. 8. Ac J. B. 8YDNOB. or. R.*D.tt. MILLS. Galveston. E. B. PENDLETON W.M. R. JOUETT PENDLETON & JOUETT, (Formerly in St. Louis.) Commission Merchants * Cotton Factors, No S8. Water Street, New York. ORDERS ABE SOLICITED for the. Purchase or Bale of Cotton, Tobacco, Sugar, Molasses, Coffee, Teas, Western Produce, Naval Stores, Bagging, Bop*. Flour, Ac., which will receive our best personal atten- tion. uovlSdlm E. L. Goldsmith .7.7.:... Win. Kagran JTJEW FIRM. The Undenlinel have formed a Part- nership for the purpose of carrying on the Saw Mill business at Beaumont, and are prepared to fur- nish Yellow bluff, Village creek pine, cypress and oak lumber, in quantities to suit purchasers. E. L, GOLDSMITH, decldlm WM. KAGAN. SWENSON, (Late of Austin, Terns,) general commission MSRO] i* (JAlt-)N UKLKT STRKKT, CORNER UNION, NKW Onr.aAM*. HIMKMCSS:—Ball. liuichlngn A...

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

- F v Tn % • W 1 mm mt A «i«*T *. iwnr, ww joang Joyce, wko brovcbt la ,«dbi|- tfce "eMsr" sad, I wwp^t, goMwdeg i orsrsix feet, -his ftftntic parent. I liainrj pie—wt triTtUog companion, friiiaoMitonrf anecdotes rufietiiic tka wild district* through which we passed, HsiakabiUnts. and occasional tooiiita. "There, rir," said he, pointing to a feer- fel chasm in *be neighborhood, of Maam, thMOjrh which « mountain torrent was MUu, '* there U MacNamara's Leap." M Am who is MacNamara?" " Captain MacNamara." "Armjor nary?" "Not exactly that, air." " A, I know; in the merchant service." "Ho, sir; he was a sort of gentleman highwayman." * Do yin mean a robber ?" MIdo. "And yon call him a gentleman ?" u Well, rir, yon see he was a great favor ite wtth the ^nlrj." ** Then I conclude he did not rob them 7" "Oh, bat he did, air. Oh, blood an' onns, to give him Us doe, he'd as soon or sooner steal from a rich man than from a poor man; bat he was a glntleman, like one of them- selves, so they wer...

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

HOUSTON. SADDLERY AS A SPECIALITY t A. S. AMBLER & CO. 3D Xa 23 marjtesm. T H r D , 4JALYE8TON--Texas. Referring to the abov6 card, we eall the attention o merchants and consumers to our extensive facilities tor supplying everything in this Hne on terms greatly to their advantage. We are located permanently, and will give our uu divided attention, and large practical experience in Mie business to thU speciality. SAIBLE AND HARNIN MADOFACTORY. AMBLER, ALLEN & GO. . t a >i'- ■ | _ (HUTCHIN8' BUILDING,) ma:n street, Houston I TEXAS. On land a superior lot of SADDLE TRHE8 t/t (lil- iette/feebs, Scudders, Uaacks, and other celebrated makfs, which we are prepared to rig to order. Oui manufactory is under the supervision of Mr. Andlw Livingston, late of Natchez, Miss., whose greatoxperience in manufacturing is a guarantee of satiaictfon. tut ton, ifloot and Hides, takel in exchange tor goods at the highest market rates Canected with J. E. CONDICT U CO., 55 ti 57 octlJ White Stre...

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

s ITBWI. 0i A M •• ' A H «a ol t , J Got. HokUn, of Cmoto*, to. 11 it rt ">d < t <At r.a<Ht > Qia Oiuttook • dMbiagridt (hi «tM' dtr wiUl BoMor of Nov York, tfltrHI eeWNTBle* wn, Pewl««. i"<"'v.fwi ■« i Ward to Co deliver « coarse of i hi Memphis, oommeaclng ob the 18th ioet. Mejor General Palmer, Military Com- mander at LouUrille, Ky., h*a been in* dloted for enticing slave# to lenve that Hon. Win. H. Boyoe, who represented a South Carolina district to Congress for nearly eight years, and resigned to go into the rebellion most reluctantly, is about to commence the practice of his profession of the law in Washington. Rev. if 0. Shaffer has resigned the presidency of Iowa Lutheran College, and the Hot. Dr. Sternberg has been eleoted to that position The death of Palmers to a in England was almost simultaneous with that of Count Buol Sehauenstein, a very distinguished Austrian statesman and diplomat. Thereto a rumor that M. Fould,the French Minister of Finance, is ab...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 December 1865

V The Citv. A gn*i crowd of people malted to Hoheuthal's and Wenar's auction stores yesterday morning for tb„ purpose of buying their stocks of goods, and it wan •0011 discovered that the day wan the one appointed by the President of the United States as the day of ba" tional thauk^lving, and the crowd soon dispersed in good humor, aud the sales will go on this morning. — We learn that Marshal Lord needs an increase ef the police force of thin city during t le approaching bollidays We have no doubt but a large crowd of vi- cious negroes will rush to this city sboiu that time, and every preparation should be made to preserve the peace and property of our citiaens. It is surprising how no many negroes in this •ity manage to dress so much better than white peo- ple. when it is a well known foet that many of tliem do not perform any work. Can any person solve this mys- tery V If they can we would like to hear it. We notice many strangers in town for a few days past, and many of these me...

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

* i -■# ' I mm M >(!©*$? HOUSTON. HOUSTON. NEW YORK. OMOetmel DcBomj, who hm beea in aUsiM 8mmm amj talf century, htm l Wvrtttod • brigadier. ffclriff Durfcee, of Wieeoneln, is the ■••It appointed governor of Utah. It fa reported at Waahiiiftoa that Gen. Bay no wtti he eeat to Mew York to auoeeed Mr. Khtf, temporarily, at least Am Fitch, the Connecticut millionaire, aado his fort one la llaraeillee, in Franco. Bo kaOt • Tillage —Fitchrllie—in hie State. He was a bachelor, and left #5,000,000. The Federal captain Magrath, recently 1—iHiii in Dublin for Fenianlem, haa keen jprt ratal J roleaaed on the undent and- lng that ho ahouid immediately return to Tha Prinoe of Walee, who will be the Hag of England on the death of his mother, has I6M60 of Gorman blood in his veins. The remaining 1*166 is English. the French atatne to fiuffon, erected at Meatbord, the place of his birth, was in- angnrnted with great ceremony and pomp en the the 9th of October. Lord L/oes arrived at Constantino...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 December 1865

The Citv. I — BrKGLAEY No. 68.—ABKBST or THE BCRQLAK.— The store of John Kennedy, near Market Square, was entered on Tuesday night in the following manner. There is a window in the rear of the store which has wooden shutters, and the burglar first tried to open it by boring with a two Inch auger. He soon cave that •ip and forced the shutters open with a chisel and crow-bar, and then entered. While he was ransack- ing the store, policeman Mike Fitxgerald saw the light, and going to the store found a huge negro, well known in this city by the name of Rawley. He was about to shoot him. but the arrival of other officers prevented it. The black scoundrel had a box of matches in his pocket, and a two im.li auger and steel chisel about fourteen inches long. He was committed to the cala- boose and hud his examination yesterday and then •oinmitted to jail. This is the flrst burglar caught in the act, and wo are now satisfied, as we always have been, that the burglaries committed here were do...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 December 1865

I- '• m HI IT AInrtlliM mi ■iUMrr Cwl>. Thl Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial, write* "he follow- ifg critici-m upon military com mi mods : - It «wy b * all vor f well to work one's Mtnotiim op to the point of demanding lb* blood of Jeff. Davit aa an atonement for (be wrong* of the na ion, though it is ta- king a rather narrow-minded, view of tbe contest, and an en arged one oi Jeff. Davis' infloeneo, and paying a very bad compli- aoent to tbe intelligence and morality of (be American people, to suppose that tbe 4aatb of any one man, even of Mr. Davis, ■can, to the smallest possible extent, atone lor the wreck and anfferi«g of tbe past four man. If blood is wauted, a military com minion is tbe very thing to draw it. But if it ia des'mble to settle a point of law, ike veriest pettifogging police court in tbe lead ia infinitely superior to the most madly imposing array of military talent that ever sat upon a court-martial In the flrst place, no lawver worthy tbe...

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

V s\ voirxxxT. so. m THE JtiOUSTOJN DA1L\ _—uouartnl kordaTtrfiBOEHBElfT( 1864, WBOLK NO: «a<6 H0U8T0N. M. REICHMAN A CO., AUCTION & COMMISSION \,tr hp . "r JlKKflWTg. JA5 n 'i ~ K S T S £ M jjnS:-,M «t snaHT • HOUSTON, TEXAfe. CRESCENT CLOTHING EMPORIUM! 8DPKKIOB READY MADE CLOTHING, Genu. FanUiiii O—ii, At wholesale and retail, at the Creaoent Olotk- inc emporium, Nos. IS * li. Qamy strsst, oapaaMa the ladies' entrance to the City Hotel, Jitsr Orleans* A large and well mannfcetand and sriMtsSuaMt; ment always on hand, suitable for every mmw and i«casion. Superior dress nuita; business do of the I aoat fashionable styles; coats, nanta and Teste of aB the prevailing style*; cents' shirts and undershirts, collars, suspenders, ties, (loves, and balf-bose, of every variety. Also, trunks, traveling bags, valises, Uountry'merohants visitinc the city are requested to nine my stock. Orders from the country ponctu- and faithfully attended to. bOBBRT PITKIN,. _ Crescent Clothln* EniMl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 December 1865

•fee fSelrgraph M? 1866. -MARY'S DREAM. We print a unrooted cop/ of ibis tea fMB. tltil a brief sk*tob of ire author! I>f dlvi'tlly, « ii of juii*, lallior uf j "r-aai,' whMi he l geutleman nam*! MUl«r, a •unMM1- It*. who w,in attached to a Miss M Uhle. AlMaThe iHh:1 wa* tutor In the fcmily of^th« lady * worth? of paMwrratina.) the moon hMtettebed the Mshest WU Which rt c o'er the homo# of Doe, ^ tolthl tte oMten summit abed silver light oa tower aod tree; Whea Mary laid her dewn to ulee* Hor thoughts on Handy Bur at sea, * , When, oft aad low, • voloe was heard, ferine. Mary, weep no more for ma." She from bar pillow eontly raised . m ,«or hesA, to a«k who there plight be, And aaw young Sandy shivering stand, Willi visage pale. and hollow ee, ' ■*'</, Hurt*, 'tear, cold la my clay; ■** It Men b.tneath a atortny sea,1 fhr, fur from th*o I sleep in death, Ho, teary, weep no more for me. ' '•"Three stormy nights and stormy daya * W« tossed upon the raging malq t * And I'm* strov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 December 1865

:o, St.. call clod ' and Vla- |r*f t owd lencs |e lit-. ths "it n< I ">ds, I rk.'C f ftlly ,8 111 IT NT J ruM iS£ •HOUSTON. SADDLERY AS A SPECIALITY A. S. AMBLER & CO. And . ^ i 33Z>XjJblR. Hit RJ%*E SS, [STRAND UALYESTON.-iVva*. Relerriug to tJio above i-aru, wo txUi the attention o merchants and eons umors to our extensive facilities for supplying everything in this line on terms greatly to their advantage. We are located permanently, and will gi^e our an divided attention, and large priioticrj experience in tke business to tkU tpetialUy. AMBLER, ALLEN & 00. tHIJTCHINB' UU1UHKU.) MAIN STREET, HOUSTON TEXAS, On hand a superior lot of 8AD0GK TKKKS of Gil- lette, Neebs, Seudders, Uaackrt, and other celebrated makers, which we ant prepared to rig to order. • Our manufactory is under the supervision of Mr. Andrew Livingston, lato of Natchez, Minn., 'whose great experience In manufacturing in a guarantee of satisfaction. Cotton, WW/ ami. Hides, taken la ".xcluMige lor n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 December 1865

Site |i«slg ieUjiraph *M 4*1 ITS, CC 8HM G, Editor and Proprltor. iSST December Hi 1865. Ifeen in reosipt of a documeat from WMhlofftoc, purporting to be o report and 0—Hftlftii of the "National equal toff rage Seeedadee," «Ueh we are requested to §«Msb. The chief plank in the platform «| tUe new aapodakioa appears in the fol- lewia« extract from the Beport: „ti -We beU that oar U*ertiso will be best ammmI !lif eqael aad impartial suffrage, *>Sbs (ranting to emy naa e# suitable age, guiltless of crime, the right to vote. We AM tki# to he oar deliberate conviction, hastily or inoouslderatelj formed. • * As J restriction should be made to all elMM* etfleeMeUI ,u*d not to aaj par. Mnlar eslev «r aatfoMli^ ' ^ Irthlil tnfl rf the Constitution, declares w Oat (he object of the society is— . -To secure by every honorably means, to anltabie age, unconvicted of •w eMma, U>e right to Tsts at our municipal: State, aad national elections." * As we do not subscribe to these views, we fSqw...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 December 1865

marine houston. houston. limm for Boh ton ! far boston! T Pierce A Baton's Line, he bri« NEBRASKA, EMORY, Mauler, havinir a portion oi her cargo eujr*fed. will have inpatcu tor the above port. • For frflpht of baliinc** of carvo, apply to * aovttdtf W. H. NICHOLS A CO, a&ntk for liverpool! TJ}® A 1 Bfitixb ship Lnisita, John , McDonald, Master, bavins part of her ■cargo < n*ast'<l, will have quick den- patch for the atave nprt. For balance o^frei jnt. apply to „ . . M JAMErf S0RL1Y. g. a. forsgard Ha* just received anothrr large stork of T runks Valises, hats, &o., ALSO. wf few cases of mijtts, k h os i e ii r, shee tmjitgsf Brown's Baby Tenders! and Empire Sewing Machines! for sale at'the BOOT AND SHOEi STORE of G. A. FORSGARD, Corner Main and Congress Sts., decli ■> houston. cltwly jiiictiojv sdljle ON Tuesday, December 8th, 1865, AT 10 O'Ot/OCR, A. M.. . i , BY J. S. & J. B. SYDNOR. auction keks, at their sales room c0n6ress st. 17s Barrels Rosendale Cement, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 December 1865

Vi ,w\ ssssSS^S^-, eUrn power. The States, attmpting |o se- cede placed themselves In e condition where their vitality was impaired, bet not •eztiDfrnlabed, their functions extended, bet oot dpotrojed i bet if en* State neglects or NfttiM to perform it* office, there l eor seed that the General Government abould maintain all Its aethoritj, and as soon «s practicable resume the exercise ol «U ta functions oe the principle I hare acted, and have gradually and quietly, and by imperceptible steps, eoeght 4o restore 21 «5£«r2.Z £ To that end Provisional Governors have been appointed fer the Btate, Ooa™* ___ presents lives chosen to the Congress of the United States. At the same time the Courts of the ■Tnitad a -*—. m for tt could be done, have Wenreported, bo that the laws ot the Unit- ed Statea mtf be enforced through their allilj T1>t baa been removed, end the custom bouaen reinstated in porta of entry, so that the revenues of the United States may he collected. The Post Office Depa...

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