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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 December 1865

I > HOUSTON TRI-WEBKL.Y I'ELEGRAPH VOL XXXI WO. 185 HOUSTON, MOWPA1, DECEMBER 18, 1865 WHOLE WQ. 7844 HOUSTON. A. FATMAN & CO. (Next door to 1* ♦; ■ TB.3DBV* M. REICHMAN & GO. AUCTION & COMMISSION jtuBMcnsarTa. HOUSTON, TEXAb- houston. WE WOUiiD^^HpeetfuUy' iinnouueti 'to -is; Merc.ha.nt* an/1 the Dublin in g«m>r*l of ton and sorrounding counties, that «r haw Just OPRNED OUR STOCK OF GOODS, Ind veutur* to «ay it ia the Largest Assortment Sron^ht to this State since the war. Desiring to ei<- t-ablish oursel vea permane ntly, and ha vine the facilities we propose to SEI.I. fullr as LOW oh any of the New Orleans Wholesale Huuses.| In connection, we will also par the closest attention to the * RETAIL TRADE. And ior which purpose our stock comprint* -rfioicest selections of every variety of mods. the The following consists of part of o1ir stock now on hand, which wiu be constantly replenished, to wit; Calicos of all gradi lUnN ea, Bleached and Unbleached Domestics, B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 December 1865

®ri-Weeklg®fleijrapli E. Editor CUHHDfti, Proprietor. Houston, December 16, 1865. , T'ir The Telegraph makes its appear- ance this* morning in a new suit of type throughout, the first new suit it has had fornix years. At the break- ing out of the war, our types were al- most old enough to have been thrown aside. During the war it was impos- sible to proeure new types, and we made out the best we could, buying the half worn types of other offloes. In this way, several fonts have been used up. During the last year of the war, we attempted to procure a new dress from abroad. It reached the Rio Grande bar in safety and was there wrecked. The close of the war found the Telegraph, as well as most oth- er Southern papers so poor as to be unable to buy new types, indeed hard- ly able to pay its expenses from week to week. It kept afloat, however, and picked up little by little until October, when its advertising oolumns received a new dress of Agate, and now the reading columns are display-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 December 1865

NEW YORK. I < « k n w & BROWNING ft CO, to HuAwl * Brtwiiii,) WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Ready Made CLOTHING, MU8. 82«, 888 A 880, JEW YORK CITY. HOUSTON. *• JF, George, of Houston, 1*1 ".T. 'or Agent, to act lac us, both in taking orders tor goods, aud In the settlement M our old.affairs in Texas, and as we are anxious to \loae up the business of H. & B., we would be glad if «r friends would call upon Mr. George. nov87d&tw6m. To Ail Parties Concerned! tXT© ar© desirous of clotting up our old affaini in WV Texas. Mr. John D. Scott died iu August last, nd in order to facilitate the settlement of our out- tending debts iu Texas, wo have given Mr. R. F. jtaorge, of Houstou, our Power of Attorney to act for as ne may think best* ind request those owing: us to Of upon him as soon as possible. JOHN D. Hov87-d&tw-6m SCOTT & CO.. New York City. A L RE1D. <Wte TRACY,) conoji & S01TI1ERX PKOUUCE, AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, 84 WlLtlA&l -1BI>;KT Nkw York. KVUttNOlW:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 December 1865

n I m tkxa§ inn. The Tyler Journal think* (hat the ■nil crop* of cotton to be raised in 9 fa the Sonth will he of more It to the eountry than the former crops for the reason that, since Che"proceeds cannot be in Tested in ne- ts, they may be in manufactories thos add to the scarcity of the (he market# of the world, by d£mg it at home. Ithwtly oays that .Manchester and Lowell have ■ade more oat of cotton than ever did SpathCpotyui and Mississippi. The Tyler Reporter says that Saw- jer, Kisher & Hall have established • stage line from Marshall via Tyler, to Crockett. This is a much needed improvement, and- places Tyler again within reach of the balance of the world by stage. An abk correspondent of the Re- porter wishes to see the negro ques- «m solved by a separation of the ra- ees. It may be so, but we fear this generation win never see that or any other satisfactory solution of the bus- iness. The Reporter says that Tyler is fill- ed daily with the wagons of movers, •one coming...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 December 1865

HOUSTON. SADDLERY AS A SPECIALITY I A. S. AMBLER & CO. 6SNBBJU, NBWI. OfATEM, T B. WT WAJj VESTON - -Texas. Sefarriag to the above oaxd, wo o*tt the attention o aeroh&ata and consumers to our extensi ve facilities far (applying everything in this liae on tens* greatly to their advantage. We are located permanently, and will give oar un divided attention, and large practical experience in fee business tri tkU tpteiality. , SAB DIE AID HARNESS MANUFACTORY. $ AMBLER, ALLEN & GO. (MUTOH1N81 bciuhnoj MAIN STREET, HOUSTON TEXAS. On hand a superior lot of HADDLH TERES of Gil- lette, Neebs, Scudders, Haacks, and other oelebrated makers, which we are prepared to rig to order. Oar manufactory is under the supervision of Mr. Andrew Livingston, late of Natchez, Miss., whose great experience in manufacturing is a guarantee of satisfaction. & Cotton* Wool and, Hide*, token in exuhauge tor goods at the highest market rates Connected with J. E. CONDICT U CO., 55 U 51 oct.3 White Str...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 December 1865

{ clrgtxiili Editor mad Proprietor. —ttoa. Ptwwnbor 18, 1865. t*>; «iir ? ri i!tl r ?i f *■ ■rfrf : it f f f 0/1 ft" ilt I be able to obtain love or money." It is ou*' Population is pouring into the ' Wb&h ^ tlioae who come aiunt * bftve bones, wiA.bonses in which to It is our own in- r thing* pro- tHksdfor Ij^em. The want now so < M pieMinfllyfoltiiithk matter will soon i begin to retard immigration, unless " fl erilis soon remedied, indeed, it *w«in«Wy to* some effect in t*s way., W# should be very sorry to bMreihMe irbo hbve visited the 'Mite for the purpose of looking at it inr themselves and their neighbors, 1 feturn to tfteir old homes and say: ♦'Tews is a tixui State- The lands a*e fertile and aheap, and the climate ? > is pleasant and healthful; Bnt there •r* no houses to lire in—not enough for the people already there—and there are sueh crowds going that by the you reach there you wMl not even a shanty for Interest that quite a different story should go abroad ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 December 1865

The Citv. § W«*. obtained one week's fur- lough last week and concluded it would be a good thing for our health to rus- ticate in the country for a few days*, and started off for Washington coun- ty in search of items. We found the Central railroad a« well managed as in former days, and the trains making regular trips ami on good time. The Washington v county railroad now makes regular connexions with the Central, although the train is not re- markable for speed, and usually takes four or five hours to make the trip of twenty miles. Brenham is rapidly growing and presents a different ap- pearance from what it did a few months ago. Stores and groceries are filled with all kinds of goods and money seems to be plenty. The ma- jority of the planters in Washington county have their season's work com- pleted and their servants are chang- ing from place to place. The majori- ty^ of the planters are discouraged with the prospects of planting next season, because they cannot rely upon free n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 December 1865

itv [Written Ur the Tilwifc A FRAGMENT, ■V MOLLIS HOOKS* I iiw T <r>iw f ~ rlrrfl—r Away to a torwt old. , HIIX >ln snross sail >m Uk thread* of tha finest goto ! Aad tlM mr moss wavln* fitfully On the Itata «f the gnad oU trees. Ami Urn wImMmmm traaWtaw to tho heart With the never-sated bee* I Ami tha kmWI shriAYn* Uko a «*ri Iwttinrtwrti -Ami the dusky tents ofaimr «a Over the hill-rid* strewn I nr. Mrlm t'~*—1 " — fcoeisttfr lilnnWrldaMltikaotMlnuk In Mr (nriot hood Md cloak I I I the Ufht on mr tawny hair -My Oypey swarthy and bold. (Is Urn* lintow rai trim frV-' -thestory i oenturlee old!) ■a sara that it rleamsUke orient fold Whm the midsummer sunlight licet -Ah. how mr eager hcarticctwed to tha gtow of hie starry eyas! TIL- Aai be bends his proud and prinoely head Mr lightest word to haed, he wreathes his band unconsciously In the mane of bis ebon steed. VIII. Wkaee rein lia* on hli arm. Ala*, That my Jealous kaart ahould atir With aaanae of pain at this mute care...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 December 1865

N*;w oaLEANS. . ■■ ■■ ' = . T. McLAURIN, CITY AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS I of Auntta, T«im.) WITH j WEMM, WITTERS M CO., COMMISSI N MERCHANTS. ■AND Wholesale Grocers, 7, , 11 & 13 TCHOUPITOULA8 Htmt, NEW ORLEANS. ▲ V T.BjStr T z Sass r*Ar MWT br purchasing >«w Cttwi* sx S. A. WKKD. j. b. m'kke, ( uovlldfiui I K. A. W1TTIK8, I C. DILLINGHAM. J dOMVlNCB THE MOST SKEPTICAL. THAT THERE IS UNEQUALLED VIRTUE IN" THE BE© JACKET' STTORflAgK! 'Ikeyaxe a. comtuvaKoTL T irejaxedchoicest ^ >old bourbon Y/kiisiClfJj They strengthen and invigorate the system. They give a good and healthy appetite. They assist digestion. They are the best stimulant in existence k They are a preventive of fever and ague They core nervous headache. They are perfectly pure and palatable. , Tho Red jacket Bitten are sold In quart bot- tle* by all druggists and dealers In the country. PENNETT PIETERS & DO, tZI RIVER fJT. CHICAGO Bate PROPRIETORS. GRAY & lyOKRIO, AGENTS FOR THE SOUTHERN STATES 120 and 122 C...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 December 1865

"Cb •\ ffonxtoa, December 16, ISM. LETTER VBOI NEW TORI. P*r PartMan, Special Corr ipsni1 ns* (llwW«n>> New York, Nov. 87. 1867. "A plafuo Would curww syiSS5«^JWK3n!3: Should I not cane thens." Upon the principle of " fighting the 4evfl with fire," 1 adopt (tie language above, whenever Xaee the names of such men an WqBt Ptovena, Bomner, and others of leaser lights, who seem ** even now " to be acraid their bur- dened hearts will break if they do not, upon all occasions, curso the '"Southern leaders" and Southern people. Did their cant and rant amount to nothing more than stirring «]) the fanaticism of shallow-patod men, and barren, fussy, females, who are luminous on woman's rights con- ventions, it wovld be all well enough; but these men occupy high places in the political synagogues, and from them emanate the poison whioh per- meates society, and results in bitter- ness, malignity and injustice. How can thecountry prosper* How can the past be forgotten ? How can the people f...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 December 1865

^Vell, we (that is, one of the edit©ri- aWorps of the paper) went round to R. D. C&r's as we said we would a few days since, mid rigged ouraelf out in a new suit of his best, and the re- sult is—we have to be introduced to every body about town. Nobody knows us. We went up into the printing office, and not a printer recognized us. We went home, and our wife retreated into her private room and sent a ser- vant to " tell the gentleman to take a it, that she would be out in a few ites." We were improved out of ie knowledge of everybody. And now everybody is going to Carr's to get him to " do them so too." Well, he'll do it, if you'll give him a chance. Dealers who sell clothing in the coun- try cannot do better £han to buy of Carr. Owing to the unexpected absence of our commercial editor, and a dull market, we have omitted our usual Commercial Summary, and there will consequently be no Price Current let- ter sheets issued from the office to- day. Next week the publication will be m...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 December 1865

1 f V j 1 - \'i HOUSTON. galveston. HOUSTON. HOUSTON. Houston Lyceum.—This institu- tion vm organised Saturday evening st the Court House, and a large num- ber of our moat respectable citizens were in attendance. Judges Cald- well, and W. P. Hill took an active part in it* organization, and in compa- ny with Rev. Dr. Hutchinson, assisted in drafting By Laws for its govern- ment. a ^ The Society will meet every Satur- day evening for the discussion of in- teresting and important uuestions. The first oueation to be debated on next Saturoay evening is the follow- ing : "Shall the Monroe Doctrine be enforced ?" Some of the ablest ora- tors in this city will take part in the debate, and the public are cordially invited to be present. houston. 1WAR /-V i R E L A JYJD YET!! ' , £#? i-'. ■ ' ' Dcrklrn 4c Co. have received, w)r steamer from Ml Fnuic«, the EmpreM Eu«nle Bonnet J Perking 4c Co. have Umpire Bonnet*; Perkins Ar Co" have received Waterfall Bonnets, Perkins Ac Co. have received Fl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 December 1865

- I V V ft £•. a ^ ' HOUSTON TRI-WEEKEY I ELEGRAPH VOL XXXI HO. 124 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1865 WHOLE NO. 7245 M. REICHMAN & CO., AUCTION &'COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HOUSTON, TEXAS- ARK PREPARED TO MAKE ADVANCES CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE Of all kinds. DOMESTIC PRODUCE iLVA|l«VlA v-, , v , to; I?XC angk ■ <f M ; ; f Herchandlse and Country Produce A<l OrirtjttiiTinnif oto 06 made to o*. wwt, i m ALVK3TON, where we b- ve «n attentive A C"ni * "mule Store Itooiu, to toku chance of Bflefi (Ion siv'nK Consigner* the usoal commission chargex 'it*tve ton. Kefer to any leading hmue la GMvetloo *nd HOUBtOD. Refers in New Orleans to i. Ti^XSSt,p^25i^S.11' "• Mutual Insurance Do. IL PhYCHAUD, President Hope do u" *>res- Citizens Mutual do K. GAUNCHEAU, Pres La. State do Prea- Merchants' Mutual do JOHN GAUCHB. Esq. We have engaged the service* of Mr. A. BLACHE, of New Orleans July 8-dly M. REICHMAN &, Co., Auctioneers. AUCTION SALE m. reichman & co Wednesday, De...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 December 1865

V iri-<9?efkli?®rlrflraph e. h. ccsHUre, Editor «ad Proprittor. Houston, December 19, 1865. Col. F. EL Lubbock hat* handed as «J « circular of Wright, Carter 6c Co., General Southern Land Agency, No. <2, Broadway, New York. The firm is composed of P. C. Wright, New York, G. W. Carter, Texan, well and favorably known, and Jas. T. John- ston, Virginia. They propone to ne- gotiate loan# for farmer*, planters, as- sociations, corporations, and compa- nies ; and partnerships for the cul- tivation of cotton, Bugar, rice, and for the production of lumber and turpen- tine. They also propose to procure white labor, native or foreign, to sup- ply special demand; and to organize association# for the development of mining and manufacturing interests, and. for the settlement of Southern lands. They further propose to pur- chase and forward machinery, imple- ments and supplies for farmers, plan- ters, and miners, to collect and Sfccnre debts, and to adjust and settle claims every descriptio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 December 1865

i LATEST INflSJJJiiENUi, Mcvm** M br AawiiM W«|r« PralrNi ta br Rrprfwalrri >yociat by TtltHM'^pli to tin- S. Of Timu.-. Was111 nij to n t Dee. lU.-rThe Re- publican Senators meet in caucus ear- ly Monday morning to endeavor to agree upon an amendment to Steven's House resolutions. Sumner prill present on Mouday in the Senate, a remonstrance of the.no- gres of Tennessee against the admis- sion of Congressmen from that State. The death of Senator Col lamer will be announced next Thursday, when Congress will adjourn over until the following Monday . The lUiaaiaMippl lirrm—MriiHlor Urn* ham. Washington. Dec. 10.—Maj. Gen- eral Humphreys lias been ordered to Louisiana to examine ami report on the levees. W* A. Graham, Senator from North Carolina, has just arrived at this place and will present his credentials to- morrow. • A Substitute for Steveua' Reaolutiou<*« 0«pea for (he ftpefldy Admiuiau of TennenueoIIornce Greeley for South' era Blghto, Washington, Deo. 11.—The Re- publican...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 December 1865

H. 008106, I M December 20, 1866. Vilrff Our neighbor of the JViww, for some beat known to himself, and 1 without any provocation on our part, hM ohonen, for some time past, to al- lude to the Telegraph in an an ill- natured and discourteous manner,, evidently intended to irritate and in- •nlt. t Without replying in the same style and spirit, we asked him to * ^ point out any sentiment, principle or ' .1 ' measure advocated by the Telegraph to which he objected, and we would • « 4ta«ft 'it with him in a candid and manly way. To this he replied in a rambling, unsatisfactory way, making no issue with us whatever, but con- tti tinning his discourteous and not very it*'. high-bred allusion*. We desired no controversy with him, and only offered because he seemed to de- it, and because his remarks to indicate that there was substantial issue between us, of which we were willing for the public to judge. As he has decliued to sub- mit his complaints to the arbitrament Of that tribunal in wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 December 1865

MILITARY INTKBTKNTION. A (jiilm Miaiw Trauarr A|mii ia Ar> w« f*r Rwia<lla|~A fMi Cfm- ■■mImi D«mm£ hi* BcImm- Threaten the District CmH la tut •fBefwuU M Vmply-The PriMa- BcmimI by niuiarr Aalharltr. from the Jefferson Bulletin. The District Court which lias been in session since the last issue of the Bulletin, was interrupted in the quiet dispatch of its business, ou the 5th iust., (Tuesday afternoon) by the en- trance of a Federal officer •couiniand- iug a detachment of troops, which Were drawn up in the street, who ad- vanced to tlie bench, and handed Judge B. W. Gray, presiding, an offi- cial order from the commander of the post at Marshall, Texas, requiring his Honor to release one 1{. L. Robertson, IT. S. Treasury Agent, from the custo- dy of the law, under pain of arrest himself, and trial by a military com- mission. . The said Robertson had l een in- dicted by the Grand Jury of our coun- ty for swindling, and is in custody by virtue of a capias issued in the usual man...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 December 1865

gri-4frekl$$(Ufttaph v« I i December 20, 1865 LETTER FROM BOftTOK. wmrm ijwlwi la • •* mSSrnmf Athlntt —"Rcl «l" Ami hi* MImI - A mi f Trwtb Ataiabicred- t. AMnw to (Am Cwurwr- to iMfwrt Ufcw.. mmmr "!.B M«kM «*MehMtli<! -The OtTiimw rcpli«M, Special Carreepoodcnce Daily Telegraph. ^ Boston, Maim., Dec. I, IfcWS Sun wing a little and dripping all day, with a few wno\v dropw. How tflrer* a luxurious room, in thin groat After Hotel, with a glowing anthracite fire, defies old ttoreaa outride, and I am a* MMig aM an Esquimaux in his nnow house, i < Uuw these Xauki^es do wrap theiu- afltfea up in their Melf-conoeit, and keep m warm in that shield as if the vorld w>*h not freezing out- ' are the harmonics of Bos- Kiveu to harmonies, a delightful illustration last Rebel', as 1 have boon, and 11 "jMyuyig vt the gray," till f am stared at everywhere, I was invited to attend a certain*meeting of one of tJmk44h<>U4iipd stmd'benevolent, spc- ctiSflve societies. , Under the loft a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 December 1865

*v I t QALVE8T0N. JMK«fJVCH HOUSE!! NEW YORK AND GALVESTON. H. Blagge & Co., rvnenttw Nirt et, m*j t <ioor to J. T. * N'. H.ath). Houston, Text*. Dealers iu Dry Woods of the li*«*t Styles. HUd beat otbrics. URNT8' Bwu «e «bM«, Ladies, Misses, Hoy* and Children's SHOK& ul *11 Awriptwos direct from the Manufacturers. Mm*V M**e €to<kin«. <2Si.t«?jHA.T,ilVidieh' HATS, Misses' HATH, Boys' andOUMrcD s fi.iT?, ol the latest fashion, and beat ' ^ —— MEDICAL. GALVE8T0N. Material. Stationerj. cmfc™* ,,,r'l'*dieK,Gents', Misses and HOC8K KUIOM«HIJi«<MX)DS. Crockery and Glass Ware. HEAVY AND FANCY GROCERIES. WINES, BRANDY/GIN, KUM. WHISKfiY ANDXIQUOHS. KKROSKNK OH LAMPS, • PAINTS OIL & GLASS, h WOODEN WARE, etc., etc. .. arrangements with the Manufacturers *« th uffsct that weoHii lumlsh goodsat the most rea- to'J**3 <>' the region cominuni- H°uati)B the moat complete general as- sortment or Merchandise ever brought to this market. During the ensuing spring und sum...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 December 1865

j r, HOI PWTATB. At 8>a. t>ee. I4tl . 1«®. r,13th Dwi.,at *almyra, Capt. w rtBiiuaJiUS OHA MA J was the announcement which ed is the New Orleans jwipern Z2^f, 'Hwvieg concluded rny fcuhu.— in New Orlean* I determined to retur* to Galveston on this favor- He steamship; for be it remembered 4e a trip on the Palmyra well pleased 1 was anxious tha experiment. As usual, with freight isengers; not and thirty-fire board. I shall telegraph the mm of many of these on my arrival JTcGftirtw* to-morrow. ^" the Palmyra has been New Orleans and about four months, confidence and es- i ef the bownriM community and iintr ggMfa to an unprecedented nk She has done this by prov- fcaxflelf a staunch call, unequal- insneed ant moot admirably com- iMBy the by, Capt. Sinclair _ to trwiffr a fcitisen of Texas one fttkaae days, and a right popular one « will make, if he caiTmanage mat- MfW;|rell on land as he does en lot as work around and see Hfealre have on beard. Well, first foremost, (no invidious ...

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