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

c$? v HOUSTON TRI WEEKLY I P, iti A PH. VOL XXXI HO. 121 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1865 HOUSTON. , M. REICHMAN & CO., AUCTION & COMMISSION JfUER CEMUTTS. HOUSTON, TEXAS- iU PUPilD TO MAKE ADVANCES CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE Of mil kinds. DOMESTIC PRODUCE ALWAYS ON HANB TO. EXCHANGE t Merchandise for and Country Produce. All Oo ^Uiimeaif can be marie to a* uireot, at <i ALVKHTON. where wo have an attentive Agent and *anjl" Store Uoom. lo take charge of unch Quo In viy« Consigner* the nnnal commission charges at iton. it to an«- leading boose tn O.tveaton and m. - Refers in Novr Orleans to ,! TITVES, President N. O. Mutual Insurance Co. H. PKYOHAUl), I'reaideut Hope do O. OAILLaJlD, Pres. Citizens Mutual do ['. OACNCuBAU. Pres Ija. State do i PKMBKRTON, Pres. Merchants'Mutual do JO UN GAUCUH. Esq. Wo have engaged the serviced of Mr. A. BLAGUE, ? f New Orleans l\ July 8-dly U. REICHMAN &> Co„ Auctioneers. NEW YORK. rH LARGE AUCTION SALE! ednesday.Dec. 13th, 18...

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENT if he lif/flrtrtftic ®ri-KttoWg ielegtaph K. H. CU8HIHG, Editor and Proprietor. Houston, December 12, 1865.^ Amonk the bopefol slgt of (ha times la the renurtftbl# modification of tone and temper MshibiUd by raoh journal® aa the New YoiitTfmea within tha laat six months. Wa eanart aoon forget the bittarneaa that pervaded that ahaat until long after tha practical termination of tha war. Aa Ma of tba itikaowiedged leaders of thooon- servativf, Rapublioana, that bitteraeaa of tone oaasad juat iadigaatlon not to mj alarm Mk tha flonth, and oonirlbatad aa much iajthing to keeping alive a spirit of eqnai hoaUlUy her*, whioh has oulmln- ated in Ihpmsssn'r"-' expreaalooas of rook- leBsnee^HHWluAwiWitgnee# to a^oept tho been se^^^t a ^,n * .oit As a« UM Ohanfe of,tea* spoken % ^P'««ra t tho Wilo#l4gvir«ta tha Tim" WW- kofgna <*f •***>&} VfioaosiUes. Tlu frjraaw to There art* upon no- *t among ' «-N®aWh | OfKU>veV) there are «ron«* ououih tss^sSSSus- cr h%k&...

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

(Wo rep-fct tl;.. i-t p-it :ifrrM])U of tie- firs i kiiow that sincere hit ... siuiiit .liati- r< aluatiou of it* leiiioteat uims, but time UI ai rt toi itelilelit in i-eturiii. it i*onooi tlm ifsl uet> 011 leeoru to liave brought 4,0mi.nuii of people into "iiMluni Th« i-KUHt. 1.1 iiuluktry muni lie I'uiily opeueil to them, iiuii then their future proxperitv awl r tr"t?.«i°V Vl,U"U,n!lL"4jl- '""ii.lv upon themselves; th« f.tiliin'L'l !i «' P""*1' I«t u be careful that fel r., ,?ii ti " i !"' J llJ auyiltuiialoiju.-i- m«'i. i 11 , "'lat'"\t" the ilestiuj- of the fretnlmen. .11 i •' toosiixlowi l > n ud til- future. Many incidentd, wliii'li, front a specolathc point of view, nilvhl iaiHKalarm, willuuK-tly settle themselves. Now inat slavery is at an eiiu. or m ar lit' ciul, the y realm ss ol its ewl in the point ol vie* of public eeononiv, Ite- 4-oiues more Kiel mo re apparent. Siaverj wa.s . tially a labor, ami as Milch, hai-Ueil the State* where it prevailed, against the em...

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

E. H. CUSHWU, t'^itor >nd Proprietor. December 13, I8#5. For ft— time to come, it may be much iri— hum we om bow toreeee, the people «f |M* oemnrtrj. lid especially of the South- will be pMelac through an • M to oar political future. It eeean that the tide of revolution, having to break orer the ad to overflow the jt £ Mt likely soon to be expelled. H |t(11T1l flutiir* to flow and ebb and ro- Atw tor some time to oone, until It baa (•iiotlly chanced the character of our gov- it and the nature of our political Already, many of the old i i — of the eeoetitnUonal government of ftnur day a, are swept away, and " the end Is not yet." What that end iito be, in its ieflnitive finality, the wisest cannot now We Indicated eeferal months einee, our ?>eBef that ths time was near at hand when the ooatrolliag inetiooU of the American pSMle would swell over the bounds of all palitloal ohannela, and embody them- selves la appropriate forms, but little re- strains* by the preeedents and praot...

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

,■ ras nil, •I XI Bpecial to the New Orlo from Kartpr-Th)- Kxupi: of Mlrpbc-ui., Feninn llro-' Onlrt-—.««•- 4iati«n iu ihv i hiliH 'lutu r. Cincinnati, dee. >>—Hour inactive, (lull and lower. ^uoiHtiou;1 cauuot be rlren. Wheat i^setiled find irregular, old 1 70 Hog? dull aud drivers are packing on their aooouni. Mess Pork, $27 5u. Lard, 1W. Cottou dull at 44o. Grocerie dull. Whiaky, $2 2ti. *sw Yobk, Dec. 8.—The Commercial's special saje the Tenueesee delegation will probably be admitted to Congress. n*w Yobk, Deo. 8.— Cotton dull at 49c for middling. Whisk* $2 35. Meae Pork, $29 60. Gold, 146. Sterling Ex- change, 109}. Nbw York, Deo. 8.—Win. Chase Barry has been indloted for forgery of Custom House bonds, and for the fraudulent pas- sage of aloohol through the Custom House. Halifax, Deo. 8—The Royal mail steam- ship Asia, from Liverpool the 25tb, via Queenstown the 26ih, has arrived here, en route for Boston. The British Government has offered one thousand pounds reward for ...

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

%ymm m r. wok tw OTI N BAtwr M.I * t 'dawhUr of Dr.Cid Ltnceenm. wiiuum iwa nromess to tram® a rfUHTVu Funoh, faji tli* present "diet" of the •nail German powers, !• humble pie. The financier* Mexico and Ire- land—let then a-loan. Why la • ohlckea-ple Ilka a funamiih'a ■tore f Beoaoaa It ooatalne fonl-in-pioeet. Beaarka oaoaad by the high prion of provision*—Whao ahall we three meat W am r n 113 m Artemna Ward aaya, whan ha haara the •one, "Coma where my lore liea dreaming," ha don't go. Ha don't think It would bo right. An itinerant preacher, who rambled In his sermons, when requested to stiok to his tost, replied, "tfeafcMMMMBf ahot would hit tha .most birds." There is a family in Ohio so laijr that it takes two of them to aMeso—ono to throw the bend baok, and the other to exclaim— " kntschow t" Ono of the beat dpacriptiOQS of weak) broth, "if she W( not try to coax that chicken just to wndo through the soup once more." In tho gallery of the theatre in Crow street, Dublin, one nig...

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

^Tton. FROM WA8K ^nrato-Thc Mhcr lM«k Barker1* yneaUlirM Call Iraltlau B>-lWlae Warn U>e Prwl«Sl<|ai« Crmmo Ike "Tor. Chance a*>ni«laata. ri,mr7 •jfraph to the N. O. Time*. ^.5ton, Deo.. 4.—Jacob Barker j. Tj^8rcre<leati U yesterday ud was on ^ ioor of the House to-day. tfe will go to Nev York to-morrow and return through this city in a week or two, on his way home by the land route He is satisfied that he stands ro chance 6f admission. The other Louisiana representatives ar- rived to>day, hat wilt not file their creden- tials, at lenet, at present. They called on the President tnis afternoon and were well pleased with tbe interview. Judge Warmoth has been told by Thad. Stevens that if Congress adopt the terri- torial form of Government for the seceded 8tates. h p will have a chance to,olaim his ■eat. i. } C i • 'f' The Senate will pass Stevens's resolu- ;; tion, passed in the House to-day, hut not without debate. Washington, Deo. 6.—The Message is generally approv...

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

HOUSTON. HOUSTON. NEW ORLEANS. Mmsinistratmr's SsUe. *r«dm to torekr flren that in aecordance II with an order of Harris County Court, nude at it. November Term, 1865, 1, m administrator of tlie eaUte of Page'Ballew, d*c*a*ed, will Mil at the Court- house door of Harris county on Tuesday, the Id day of January. 18M. between the hours of Itoclocka. to. and 4 o'clock p. m., for ca h, thlrteeu and one-third Cy Ta of land, granted to the heir* of Page Baliew, Mt.No.4t vol 8, sltuatc-d in Bosaue county. Alao, Steven and one-half labor*, (ranted to *ald heirs, in itcLeUand county, patent No. m «>1,£ deeldtwAwtwoaw Administrator. J, B. GALLAHER, COTTON AMD WOOL FACTOR, in flftwl Commission Merchant. OrricsatJ. 8. *ti. B.Sydnor's, Congress Street, BTON, - • TEXAS, r HI nefit* oewijBneiit for sal* or ship- matTCotton, Wool, Hide*, and all kind* of I2n mtirhatttHMi. I oidera ntnuM to bin promptly. IT. d*tw-*m. t. yimMM-y • ■*; «t; ji oo«. ..... .o. n iu . jf. FEMjrjBuna jr co., IMPORTERS O...

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

HOUSTON TRIWEEKLY TELEv/xwirii. )L XXXI NO. 122 50UST0N, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1865 WHOLE NO. 7243, HOUSTON. M. REICHMAN & CO. ]TI0N & COMMISSION mmncBuum )IJSTON, TEXAS- ABB ORBPABBO TO UKE ADVANCES OB ck SIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE Of all kiwi*. MESTIC PRODUCE ALWAYS OH HABT> T O! EXCHANGE HOB ii.atnli.se and Country Produce |ConMgutnent can be made to a* direct, «t 1TKST0N. where wp have at) attentive Ageot '.t il Slot* Room, to tak« charge of sneb Goods Consigners the osnal oommissloo charges st tetun. fcr to any le<ullac, lion so in (Mveston *nd | ton. Refers in New Orleans to tXYKS, President N. O. Mutnal Insurance Co. PEYCHAUD, President Hope do OAILLARD, Pros. Citizens Mutnal do GAUNCHKAU, Pres La. State do PEMBKRTON, Pres.'Merchants* Mntual do HN OAUCHB. Esq. have engaged the services of Mr. A. BLACHK, ew Orleans M. BEICHMA1V & Co., uly 8-dly Auctioneers. HOUSTON. SADDLERY AS A SPECIALITY ! A. S. AMBLER &. CO. am mmujtes*, S T R AND, tr ALTKSTON - - Texas....

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

fri-WwMf fetapxpfc E. H. cusHure, Editor Mad. Proprietor. Houston, Deoember 14, 186ft. M Simoa Sagf* " is dead. The Montgom- ery Adrertieer of the Mb inetant taforma as that Bird H. Yoattf, of lUlipoosft oountj, •died laet moatk it bia iwideeee in thai Ho Bred to I* Marly eerontj jean of ag«. Ho wm a nan of genmroaa, - goodbeajrt aad wmy waaknaeMain a moral point of Tiav. Ha waa aaoat reapaetablj ooanaetad. and a* om tine poaawd of great wealth, whloh ho nokleaaiy wasted. He vn the original of the portrait familiar 4o many thawl leaden In the United fitatea nnder the naoae of Simon Suggs, -wboee " Adrentaree," written by the tai- nted Hooper, wafco aohoriAed book In 4he library oivrtf fcrrer of genolne Ameri <oan homor. Mr. Hooper waa, Car many yean, editor ot a county paper at La Fayette, Chambers monnty, Alabama, and at the same time a lawyer of high merit. He waa afterwarda District Attorney for the Judicial District embracing Montgomery, Alabama. Still later he established th...

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

NEW YORK. W. C. BROWNING & CO. r to Hanfoni 4c Bruwuinij WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Beady Made CLOTHING, 108. 320, 828 & 330,. HOUSTON. w. lawrknck A. L. ftTKILB LAWRENCE & STEELE, REAL ESTATE AGENTS, HOUSTON. WILL tfive attention to the purchase and Mle of Real Estate. Kent houNea, pay Tax on land throughout llie State—examine title*. record Deeda, Office, Van AlHtyne'H 13uildiniCt Over Uarliux At Merit uiau'a atoru, uo vy.it f Main Street. NEW YORK CITY. M JF. George, of Houston, Im our Authorized Awent, to act tor us, both in taking ordorw for goods, and ju the settlement •f our old affairs in Texan, and as we arc anxious to •lose up the business of H. & B„ we would be glad if •«r friends would call upon Mr. George. nov27d<fctw6m. To Ail Parties Concerned.! We are dettiroiM of closing up our old affairs in Texas. Mr. John 1). fecott died in August last, and in order to facilitate the settlement of our out- standing debts in Texas, we have given Mr. R. F. tteorge, of ...

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

iri-IRJwMji&eUgrapli E. Hi CUSHWGJ Editor and Proprietor. December 15, 1865. months tinoe we had occasion to mtj ——thlnf on the ethics of the editorial profession. No man who has examined fit springs of action and the course of af- in this eo^ntrj for the last twenty i can fail to be impressed with the aCBTiction that the press has rapidly grown iato the position ot one of the leading edn- eators of the American people. It is at this day the ruling influence in moalding opin- IflB and character, and in shaping individ- ual and national destiny. In view of this tact, and with the debrij of the most terrible civil war of modern times all 'around us, of whiob t >e preen of this oouatry was the leading Instigation, every christian, philanthropist, and patri- ot* la deeply interested in the oharacter of the journalism whioh is to make a still jMta powerful impression upon onr indi- vidual and national oharaoter and fortunes In the future. Unless it oan be purged of 'many of the li...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 December 1865

J Hi. I |"M !♦ fVITlJ. A. U Ibe HUf- 1.is old l:.M)s. I Jacinto ISIIBKL }n. to t>> of 11 • MILE wight i !>'l run- of fre- • too well '•i r supp- i'Ii- t'ODPti t free, t y '' III J'lltOUK >'■ ith ii8 nt v> ; >tiling fcut !ni<DdH t K A' 00^ IE! [nager. ckleigh's |v: CLARK. Itf. ruKK. Iti' cnutK I M. CLARK. vlii's, 4C. CLARK. [SE. IV 1847. lices—N mm- pd Mod- fs. fcsfott?' stock of ' mnri In thle ;.ir>rK R' d BlnJ- |:j my stock. Or- pEALEB, ! Stand.) d3m 9S, I Merchant, ID LIQUHS, I v.\ lisfoii, Texas. Ill II full 'upply of II kinds of liquors ] the lowest prices. to deliver goods in any .'<irt of the ;tH to i-'ivemea M. Wuli, formerly I tin- linn- I - R. DRAM loiron Factors, Oalveston, iottidAtw3m . Itch ! S( HITCH/ Itment |l\ IS I I.' I"l}8, CHIL- IS ot ■)>« skin, a l'i >TTER, Sole -to.;, M!««., it Will ... to iny part of 0Md6ui (or Sale ! situated near i .'iin«w, and mi grouud, Km I IRwalui JV>- ARTO. MISCELLANEOUS. TB2LAS LANO AND COLLECTING AGEN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 December 1865

,«■ Mi, Td:—AII w km to annonnoe that gp iioir School of this Inntitmttoo will b« MMd m mm a a claw of IS pupils is mfe. Judge R. V. Smyth, a tborovgh knrj$r,m nooonaplUhnd graduate of Prince- Ion, and a former Professor here, will take elaas in charge, and conduct its szercisss i the other oollege classes, and will also iportaat branches. He will ladge James £. Shepard, well- kaown as a lawyer, a legislator, a law lec- twar, aad a soldier. Whan the class is ■aia op. Judge Smyth will reside near the Uaivenlty. Judge Bhepitfd will reside at " IS miles distant. WOWSSI be aided hf RW YORK. 8. M. SWENSON, (Utoof '-rum Twil General Commission Merchant, *o M EXCHANGE PLAOB. New Yortu (on onlars provided for br remittance* wr shipment*,) tjM^ekfMtnMotat fund* ia government andother HI HOUR! la New OtInu will be conducted br •J#n 0^ •-** $> ft ■4t h rffi-f **.W5. ■ W.Z if' . i m (, : * (a - jkn.>f We pubpoM to diride our entire eourse of aMj into schools, after Christmas, upon tfce pl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 December 1865

NEW YOBK. Sv the ||pt at- 111 the tion lot \v6in Inkick ANTS |JTS tw3m ■m'kkan |vw, i all the in the Fedo- I'Cm iSWEI.I. 111 s, ling katw'Jm i:f.man. I ants, Itton, woo) I#. Im 1'lnn- Val terms, In* <in Ca- 1 below the |gh of the seventeen hundred liiltivation. Iliouse, ne- all kinds, Iry for the licsH, which ■ire liberal I'd of by the the name p iuforma- itfson, ley, Texas. hcery r.'.nn, to the!i of • j.i 'sernlly. i- ii iTicl.fcr :Mor) RlVCIl IiiSO dfrni lid Agent, ixas. I sale. renting descriptive linis for non- LLS, Ac. &e. Inabie terms. W. C. BROWNING & CO., SS ec«saors to Hitnfunl A Bromdny i WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Beady Hade CLOTHING, MOS. 85N;, 828 it 880. B n O A.D w A. "IT NEW YORK CITY. of Real Estate throughout the SUti da;., 4Lc. Van AlHtyne'n liuildinKi Over bartiu*: & Merriman* store, no>9dtt Main Street. Ll.pcrson* having House* or l.auds to HBIiL M. F. Gettrge, of Miouttton, Is. our Authorized Vitcut, to act lor us, t>oth in taking orders for good...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 December 1865

is ===== I HOUSTON. HOUSTON. w I § War PipH limnt h— farad n order ■g the master-out of tbeat 10,000 roWnieer troop*. Diamonds jure bow used in boring erte- 4— wells with groat success. Thoy cat ttaroCffh nek ray rapidly. floreoty-eight persona have boon decora. teAhy the Emperor Mapoleon for acta of ewurt^ displayed daring the month of The navigation of Lake Michigan ia eloaed for the season. A larger number of rsssels an liU up than anal. The Mew Tork Tribune on the 1st prox. will divide among its atockholdera $50,000 aa the profits of four months boaioeaa. The military authorities at Savannah have relinquished their participation in the local government of that city, and the May* or announcea the full restoration of the civil H&ttlU — King of Denmark has made conces- sion to a company who have a project of uniting England and North America by telegraphic cable atretched via Norway and Greenland. The New York correspondent of the Lon- don Mews positively asserts that at two di...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 December 1865

1 \ ,N ! AS x> & I if- oca. LTS, wm. fulton oo. |r chants, WHITE HOUSTON prepared to lnt.orage. Ither Produce plso at te.jd t« b Oiih or luSdly CO. |re alt ol J) wlil s.-Il i,h« Iracted, l<o or Prix Ince Fhnrsday ami |t>lnes- hoane I -40U1 ut Jmr sale. |ER A 00 AUCtlMfllWH Sale: | Jirable part of I in block 171, i Tind belonging Jtnd ordered to lid before the sold at public "i ministrator. deoidlgt CHANT; $ ts.^ Ilonston, )DUCi£ at the Co., New Or- $ i o jr «,§ warding Varehonae, and storage of reduce, and to their care, r consigned to t*22dActw6m istitxite, E. TEXAS. School wi] January, 18(6 or in private >m date of en hing board for equested toap- 'hs MBS. Principal, G. D. BttiuOh 68, )CERS, Lkim, ilveston, U NEW ORLEANS. J. T. McLAURIN, ClAte of Aufttln, Teuui.) with WEED, WITTERS ST CO COMMISSION MERCHANTS, and Wholesale Grocers, t, 9. 11 dt 13 TCHOUPITOULAS Street, o a w«„ "EW ORLEANS. j' n' } . J K. A. WITTERS, J. B. M KBI, I UOVlld6lU |C. DILLINGHAM. the most ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 December 1865

'QUIIN 8JlBE1"->N«. t. IWJJUWIUU. 11 19 DV «hM(t of ten to procure Ml supplies, again to reti <W Republic, to the ho lleiiu, November 26, 1866. Oft the 21st of November, 1866, (be It MMfebered,) Qmmm 8*be took shipping at Qalveaton, on his way to the 8tates in March of Items of interest. Perhaps in WipliuN with fashion we ought to have Mid «i rente; bat we have observed that •W good people in Texas invariably pro- this "in rowt," and entertain there- with a eoafused association of ideas that it tepllea something of ront and defeat and Now in our oase we admit of no i Imputation. It is but a temporary reinforcements return to our glo- home of the mus- tang, the live-oak and vine—to the broad grata prairie, and the ever fresh, ever pure, WW weloosbe, sweet, untiring, health in- spiring Southern breeie—with spaoe and •Mpe and freedom—the green grass grow ing and the green trees blowing—the hills dotted with frisking lambs, the plains painted with cattle, the valleys alive with ■e...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 December 1865

I the It lie llltv la. laa- srms, Oa- j the the nteen ndred ition. , ne- linds, >r the vhich iberal >y the same w. PBBSONAL. John Brougham it writing letters to the London Era. Gen. Fitzhugh Lee is now practising law in Nevada. Secretary Seward has prohibited the en- trance into his department of members of the prees. Lord Weatburj, the disgraced Lord Chan- cellor of England, is about to leave for Ita- ly- Ex-Governor Moore has returned to Louisiana, and the papers say he iB in Wn« health. Mr. Samuel Baker, the discoverer of the new lake near the sources ot the Nile has arrived in London. Gen. Scott is coming to New Orleans to spend the winter. He is in poor health. The Nashville Banner of the 11th, an- nounces "Bill Arp" as one of its regular correspondents. Ludovico, at the great age of one hun- dred and lifteen, wrote the memoirs of his own times. The venerable father of Lieutenant Gen- eral Grant has pa<d a visit to Washington and President J ohnson. Senor Victor Manzan...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 December 1865

V * ms' Vlater Huso ku mdi jEWSWi by Ma pen la in jmh. «d 7 * ^ ®«fkt to ktfi bean a pointer. inwli is iitriaf • gr—i raosptlon ud mBd auooeu is BrwilL He reoei <d $6,000 for ft aberi oearse of leotare* there. Tke Moftlfoatry Advertiser mekee the •athusi astro but doubtful assertion that Bill Arp ku mftde his name fasaous for all tiwu la mm ! Kiaa Aoaft Dickinson ia iftld to be in the reoelpt of $15,000 annually from bar leotare*. Mr. Mftz Mailer baa boon appointed sub-librarian of the Bodkfaui at Oxford. After kit the aoiae 1b Oftllforalft ftbooi the purchasing ft homestead for Mrs. Jobs Brows, bat $426 htve bees rftiaed for the purpose. Gen, K. B. Ferreet has associated hlm- aelf ia the oemmlseioa, groeerj sad gen- er l fsotorftge business, with the firm of Tata, Gill k Able, at*Memphis, Tena. Henry W. Hilliard, of Alftbamft, has writ, tea a letter warmly supporting tbe Presi- dent's re-construction policy. Mr. Hilliard bints that at some fatars day be will not objeet to a modi...

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