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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 December 1865

J I : : t ( 'it ',*■ Iv arrived ;r> • > ,i'e from Nc-v * >rU*«tu8. i — i and i> own^fl by the *mne tirm who own* I , (the Arizona. She wv.< to he a staunch I Hrvant has rsontusHil rhi• New iork;boht uud New Orleans papers of the latest dateji received He has juat received a 'ar^e ecu- '-0!- Love, of the Ilu*k House, s«rv- gignment of novels, and those who wish to e<* llP a handsome Ohristuuis dinner The read this kind of literature will find it to ^hjes were well supplied with ail the deli- tbeir advantage to look over this assortment, cac'es of the season, and everybody seemed Bryant has built np a laree and profitable | to enjoy the fare The Oolone'can't be beat . 1_ Ai——j 'L- -i in getting up good dinners Our old friend. Coi. Love, is out aB a candidate for Alderman of the First Ward. The Colonel would make a first rate city father. The sum of $ .MM) in specie was clear- ed at the amateur concert for the benefit of the Bpiacopa cbuiufi. and will be used for the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 December 1865

1865. December Keuston, rwisl Corrt 9on<i*DC*-lo the Telegraph. Mobile, Deo. 5,1865. We wroto you on arrival and super qfrAJ impreosions of New Orleann and Mobile. Fu^uigftWr bere only to ooilflrm thoieunpressioiiB. Before tie war Mobile was exceed- jiegly proeperouH; there was abundant ^sapibu, a large and increasing com- mpcejand perhaim a geater number, ««f juen poesessed of a handsome com- petence than in any city in the Union, zftwannah, Georgia, may have equalled Xobile in the proportion of wealthy , b«* WtfeiioffroOftMie besides. A steady adherence to old-estab- Uahed rules—a close following of ctis- tam and precedent, characterized the Mobile merchant; there rni^ht have wealth for fi foundation, and won thfu Was >uUt a sums rstrucfure «f,prosperity unexampled elsewhere Mnong communities at alj liable to the reverses of comkneWje. *" • Thi* wealth did i*ot show itself in «Mtentatioua display or extravagant Amuy, but in the enjoyment of home nwfiwrt; and refined society,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 December 1865

f upm If '4 b ^EW ORLEANS.. ~CRESCENT CLOTHING EMPORIUM! SUPERIOR READY MADE CLOTHING, 4 ad Urati. FiraUUac UB <«i At irllt—and retail, at « • Cresoent Oloth- oppori*, Uie ladles entrance te the Citg Hotel, jWw Orleans. A larce and well «"nuhetu^ i^SSShioBible Ktyles; coslts,pknts and vests of all .very variety? Also, truriu, traveling bags. valises, "coSSur'merohanta visfttwf the city are requested to examine ray stock. Ordenffrom the country punetu- •Hr — fc&fcUljgafti^TJUll. Crescent Clothing Emporium, def7dtwlm 13 & 15 Camp «t. MEDICAL. DENTISTRY, V\ll. EST A BROOK haviug located permanently in M W UalveHtou. tenders hi* service* to the people of Texas. A long Experience an a 8DKUBON DENTIST warrant* him in saying that those who (five him a trial' will not have cause to regret it. Parties requiring re- quiring recommendation* can obtain the mime on application to hi* ofllc*. KUWAttO t Q. ING&<JUINBY, IDS1NTIS "P M; -THE SINGER MANHFACTIRIM BO.'S HEWING MACHINES...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 December 1865

w* ftlfci -Si Hm■ \r *■ *• «••*■«*. OiiiMa« f 6«l"rtw « M Ike iMpwrtucn tf the tralhcra VmUm Pacifle aad «. LmI* . Rail ■p553fi^'; If tlierci is to ruy luiud one thing more congenial than atiotlier, it i* the thought that a gKeAD and productive ]H'0])le like ours, are again returning to pursuits of peace, with the count- less blessings to follow therefrom. The bitter strife of civil war which has scourged our land, laid waste the West, must in my opinion, be forgot- ten and make room for renewed in- dustry, enterprise, and a united peace and commerce, which shall yet bless mankind and make the fruitful fields of the South and West to blossom with the rich products of the cotton field, the sugar cane, and golden robes of the rice field, with the no le&s valuable rewards of industry from the broad prairies and productive corn fields, with blessings of commerce which U ttrm% id lot* hp® destined^ le one * land, peopled with one race who shall concede, one to the other, the rights b...

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

HOUSTON TRIWEEKLY rEJLEGI* VOL XXX ;o 128 l HJSI'OX. Fit IDA V. DKCKMHKU 29, IMA tOUSTOK. M. ilCHMAN & CO., 160TION & COHUtSSIOX .VJEMCMIMm HOUSTON, TEXAS «t* tVAHB TO \! A KB A O V AN OES NEW YORK. To the Citizens of T'118- Tbe teraiinatioa of a «h<u<ulu>'' w®'"1'- *Wfb(nr • he paat fuur yrarx Ii.in pr,-*. u",: • l ar- KJuO iutrn-ourae hnUnrn OB! rier (u all mti>| or i-oiuiiu- I lie ton tnv*l mci i< in our country. The colored population of Rich- mond, %Vam is about seven thousand, two thousand of whoui are worth from to two hundred have tiit« in* al I property estimated at from $500 to The L®ndon^^5 r 9 ciniens of virgin goEl have ocen ois> Iriifftl. clearvd awn) all •O'lacU-atoareiiiovalor lh«a^l Ac f)(W) and nilitl> n iinniluiv nr., (elation. a kb kinm/iy touu.1 ui to«elb*r Id a Ira- * ' I'- . *'l "nmDer are Worth li-rtisl UUIOII, I take Hie earllent U|i|wrtnilit) aflonleU frOUl fi),UUU to 9^0,000. urli; tliin au^pieiou" «*eut. I,, (rrirt my ^outturn...

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

f iHHTirk! a iclf uracil V/: MM .iMi $w ol Tl«if* « {■•4M WLl i rrr*'^ 'W IHfW *"** * U+*hm*mt MX fmaHtcw of th« „ are wiw euongh to know the dntj of ttpon their peculiar day, and to follow tlio tbluga which make for their peace! tf we* *K>W Vto believo that Slavery «as right, that it waa the beat condi- Hob fbr the blaeka, that We fonght fbr it until we lost it by the of *ar, reaultiug in the de- traction of a*amount of wealth nev- er before Buffered by any people; \1 'jr*, now, rise above all our wrongs, , *P9 *0 fltopo owrao- _ , Tef rdki— of emvtotioB, by the p^alar OpiaioO, M«ch of it probably 5«g^NW . ji2# tho .world; yet we ftte uot lu4« Wte are, ki Cfwjr thing, wiaer and better than the rest Wf'iailrikftid."' aire to remember, ''4iM;vt]&ji$, the "various irritating apd Winding complication* of this matter, ae far m we are concerned, we may be • aluwer than distant and dis- interested observer# in awaking to the fjteit ^hPaptvopic and christian as- pects of the eaae, w...

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

iVi HOUSTON ABBOTT A CHANDLER, Hiti*t— MUh(, Vraaklia Htnwi. •OMTM, TEXAS, W holesal e Grocers, *S® lMSAUSBM IX CLOTHING, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, HATS, CAPS, &©., <b*. Have la riMw, MISCELLANE (1 (frota-rige, 4vMe*, rtnt Ki«h. u«mtMK4 witd 8-min. «m warc. emmt, luMwm, '■ipoeted Afrt IVmMiiirif 4,iqn* r* and f *f «r«, Scotch f* mi ft Tanners' Oil. Llr.MMsd Oil. Lyinl (ML. Tews. Pice .Keel, r. W Tot\ffi o. Willo* Whffc, Jellies, Pm ™, W. J*. EWEEE. WJTB McSTEA & VALUE, <LAT« J. BURN8IDE it CO.) Importers, and Wholesale DIALERS IN FOREIGN & DOMESTIC t DRY GOODS. Joci3d3m 98 Canal gtrwt. New Orteaw. THE BOSTON POST. KNOWN to the whole country * * the unwavering advocate or DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES, iuou auu measure!, for nearly forty years the constant sup- porter of State Rights in the Vuioo, and now the ad- vocate of the speedy restoration of ml the 8tatej U> their Constitutional relations as members of the Fed- eral Government, asks the attention of Southern cit...

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

AFTERNOON'S HAP, 'sami o .r*t Team Ahead. <OJ ■ BT A. H. MOHL. (OOMCLU DKD.) Mb education expensive f noihing," < asked g," answered hie 44All children are provided for. ■imply the natural guardians of their children's manners and morals* Children are regarded as the true wealth ofJbh* world, and nurtured ao. funds are snj jplied But we will not discuss y for my daughter tells me there is to be a grand matinee concert at the Theatre of Katie in Paris, and , we must hear it." They then adjourned to the library where they were soon joined by a number of the Professor's particular who came in to listen to the ffV«*ad + — - '-—'J W.. .VUMUJ; the inhnbitants of the earth into fre- quent Hud familiar intercourse with each other, and to lender the effect# of climate on the human system of permanent and practical benefit- It has long been an established fact that climate exercises a powerful influence on fche mind and body—and that judi- cious and constant change of tempera- Hue will ...

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

OlTSToN. FEEL. 4f i> lJ.fi UJLE, COTTON AND WOOL FALTOliS AND tilXIIUL HOU TO, A. L. *TKCLK LAWRENCE & STEELE, REAL ESTATE AGENTS, HOUSTON NEW YOBK. BilEMON D HOUSTON. commission QOMMEtiE STREET, I IUmcwi, ; IV" '' give attention to the purchase and miie nlftpphajit c . of Real Estete. Kent houses, pey Thx on laud ™" miVnlS < throughout tit** Ktate—examine record LHHsts, l Van AlHtyne'w iiuilding. ih-er Uniting Ac Merrimau's store, novidu .Main Strael, ITKAIO, UBItmoo. ReceiveurfMurcCotton, Wool, Hides, or mrchaudlse, at Uicir large war liouite on .MTtt at- uiiHiiivHH will, wc hoy*\ ouutiaQ** to cure the sue of uatnpruuie hitlwrlo given ui. W« huvihtt agencies for i, • MM I* te SPttten l Concrete Fire &d BurgJLar-Proot' Safes. A.nii CiJ) ttnUh fxpy 'ind cvci'y *izt* and tttylt* it miLrv ufiwsturer « <;* with fright* added. Cjemint's trell known G op. JXT M I.L JU From It to ineli. con iV cesuERS, ; HAJS STE&, P(.QlfS. ' [•IRCULAK aAMlUlUM, rOKN CRUSHERS.^ V / i-...

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

80. IWW5. aiBwflftrsffifcto., ..,.4dEE«< ; fuuwtlhuMt 1 •<< With raoh talk did joms vile away tiie teats of Chm^ae-6*e—teilia* wild legeadsand tflMl «torie , until I I Of nj head! bmtltag with" thrills of MKnatwal. I at betMld. "yon told me Ibis raorqi^g ttet #i«y •" ** d seen, lit MB mmLAfpi«ta-:.i4*< I* i " ■'•• rr t ** lid, jpflb*' li&tfMilied entiling. 11 oolf eamnt that every villager Mill tell too he has, hut it generally tutus •utie tto some priest at his vigils, pr an enterprising goat cropping tie that growe so luxuriantly amid the ruined aisles of the monk's I)It fou Orer see abythiug super- nftturdytuMlnr <r jl ^ 4i IfdrT did, bat I know thefe are influences—spirits, Jf you doi dislike the word—hovering there, a: I have Mt their power and been eo \ sdous of' their presence more tim< than! ean number, and T believe tl when the proper conjunction of c: ate enough to be* present at time, that I shall see, with these eyd# of mine, that which now rests un...

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

VM iim&msmrsm** kuvsszjmm. * ■mm IMAdfS*VtMrt^'A*KWui *' • .-Afc-javi mrwiMm* Cll\ 1 MfdiV Makers r PUrting «*>r>s>a- tiatiiial tM|Mrt d(ilsy> Nnrlv *vwv morn ii'tr w« l««r *Mi# tieit rumors wliWh luve iii't h t*H'i>t ti iitli in tlipm Sometimes *e l" W 0<" Op-," t'ltuod .lend. awd in hiite cum i«k«-n tb« y w«re demd drunk. i'" A CAtple of ftn)rii« rf; aiirrnDtxl o fob freedom. ah Tw*d y fveniMir. wtiit*- Tt'niruiujz t,iLis | .ui« in tlie xulittil.* ot (he city. TtitM'asril^- drm n«le<1 lii-t money, w)iicT> h«. t« pivo Hp, ami whs bfi "knocked (lisylt, and hlicit tliey were remly to neairh lii pocket* they p*w some one '/tppron-W'p 1h. m and fli^y took to rlieir 1ms outturn of roifbiiiK AwiMHi by nnprtK.*ifil*^4 tmMUert uml other b«U cliHfitrK" n in W.'miij^ un every <l«y oo- euireic iuVwcitr. T'.i. 8m} Mioq briiihUy yesterday nn<l our h^hs were crowded With pedes, triaus. 'lie Indies were out i.< all ife^ir p oiy .ituiibc fii<p'j,y i,| hilkM....

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

i Wrtttoa tut U Tetam *-j A LE6EITD OF GOLIAD,, IT M. J. Y. [COMTIYUKD.} Tkn seemed to me, whih- reading, no dlserepency, no incongruity—all was harmonious and complete. The natural and Hupernatural —or what we call such—the exact and the occult adenee* material and immaterial all Mended and concord**! together, presenting a beanttftd completeness, and eaeh appearing hat a fragment when diaaevered. I waa juat con- the hut page when I heard my friend at the gate shouting for hia 4>nt^r^ir Antoine, and finished it ere hia cheny voice and fragrant cigaret- te awoke entered my room as avaunt wmrim, heralding hia appearance but iseeo&d in advanoe of himself. "In bed yet, amiao; I very much tfraid yon are lazy/' exclaimed Jos6, ffghitig .^Notlasy, Maria, only lost. Your manuscripts have dazeled me. I had foigotten that I existed." "Oh! now you read my old parch- ments?' 44 Bead them, yea, and did not sup- poae thia continent held such literary treasures." 44 Whey! they are nothing,...

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

Citv. |M circulated among ou May, praying Congress J a railroad through th« ■re to connect with the I Great efforts are being1 sn in the Western States of railroad from St. Kansas, to Galveston Hjcte l to form a junctiou t some point near Ked Jriwe is an important one, i forward as soon as the. Kthiufj working rijjht. [le qutatioa of.completing Orleans Railroad a; an agitated am rig tlie bun- Orleans- This road.when [Hie one of the most impor- and we hope to eee it tin- business j to aaaUM Indian Central, mad* bj to comf Louis, i The roa with the River. and will' managers^ -— W< the Texas early day ii Bass men o completed, tant iu t^e Si ished at an earl^ay —— Col. Mail announces himself as a candidate for lwor The candidate* are becoming num^u* daily. We trust our citizens will reiqnber ihe great importance of electing comfu^it men for this impor- tant office. Ti oity treasury js empty, shrewd business man to i becoming bankrupt, but is chosen the city will be ind will prosper. ...

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

(WrtiiM for mrmmmt""" Pfttm Laa^ . IT •UM1III. , nut land'* aa'ar turn with open eye*. mm to DtmufU ahaduw* 1W*. BAWd an odVHd dart anil deep. Whoae nltm bear tin* nmmj of utoep. Bat llwre to dream* wj *11 kue been And all, Vlilto tb ft. tl rum ■ thins* h*ro auea; WhBro torr.*«f* wm"h their Nhadowy ahnrve. Ami mine* dtaeto/tf tMr alitteHnr atorex. The •moke iu m«njr * .limy fold, Oraal* there. ihrauali mtutsious parod with «ol-J. r*l epeetoeedw HI within it* wood*. White MrJtttvi V kadlauid We hmr stun"j *nutvto. aaaa) tur*h, Mmj aof. We h«r the voice* hrfid «o ott, . m • Til ibl* a.. i«ur*. Ami «ee the term* hot ■«« <«>r T«.nr*.— . Sjuij smiling iuul ijmj hathjJ U tour*. Straw* elosd* are floatlo* **er bead, AidVucoiKM with sheeted daad; Hod eye* beam fondly ou ua tb.-fa. While tow iwtut music 61U the air. Waeroasdaeyrtoer* who*e dark Bow Telia of the HlnHjf* of f and woe; ted there too drink from limpid stream* Who** depth* rati et the nun'* bright lwanu. , Orand aaatle* rim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 January 1866

xxxr. NO. 130. HOUSTON Till-WEEK Li' I'ELE 1m4mr tbmkr Car*. Brethren in tie Lord eie the convulsion* of the itry aud interruptions of travel spring, that a meeting of the General Assembly of oar cnureh at the time appointed wae impraetiea- It has now been convened un- dor circumstances of peculiar inter- est, involving the gravest responsi- bility. From this fact arises the spe- cial duty of addressing a pastoral let- tcrtaUhe churches under our care,1>y which1 they may be more comfortably reassured concerning various points of great importance connected with ouJf position, andb e counseled in iaith- fuflpve concerning the solemn obli- gations resting upon them. That these weighty matters may be the more distinctively set in order before you* let the following points, ccvpciftely presented, be. brought un- der your prayerful consideration. I. OpB Relation to the Civil Governments of the Country:— The storm of war has. during the four years p&st, swept over nearly every pact ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 January 1866

WrfJ aaaagE kM\V$ fflW mm ■' mm Ir> '■■* ■' MM■.„ twy feeafefes, hot* physical and , are felling Into a threatening m-& W^~49M^&9 ir«i-' km th Wren, almost unuatu- i jntd&ctuai brii- ,, seemed fco.dete- fiide before maturity. : There is also a vivid and beautiful b Janeiro Coffee, Ftuenda, including the charming m> xal home, and frank and religious boa- o? its proprietors* This is w^u.v.vid jh * SWiirti " 8 A JPati meats,and not be operated by mechanical « **«- 'WHtali The pH>agfcr ' which menpes to be reeehred in firaril with IM. ^Odict, m U operation in, a dwwktt ®t w land w^ere its use would prove effiea- ; another forward sfep in favor above all in th4'pliin$- ing of cereals. churches of M I - la KoBsfcon, while he impresses on the fen. form the purposes of u« that the silent tailor is cutting and joining the dt«toent pieces of «krth that will serve to preserve man from 1: MmcSimmfffli- etoe- i j* f to . pnii church, and ft* the f- ■ , a last- It " ^ mm* « I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 January 1866

v i<i artafri-'lii ■ r^v • T F Social corrvipondeuue Daily 'IY]e<iaph. . New York, Dec. 15, 18G5 art. oft tit'Uniula ^ iH«tf* " ings held throughout the country, re- buking the spirit ol' opposition exhib- ited. JhjLX'ttUgietjs towai-dt* thePresi- ?|i,t<y wu*b.KQ'tHi."U>«n"witu vi«a«v. dent, who is endeavoring to carry oul wfiSthimeeir.*6 0 * J the very policy which whs hypoerit- risy is despicable wherever . Mfttowed by. the mew wIiohtc bund, and a hypocrite is> mj in- i n®w arrayed, against it, Did not ous character iu whatsoovei'sphere. ( these men know what they intended to do when theygot to Washington I sumstances or inclination, may have t"IB Mm.' T* i— And if they did, were they not de- i eeiving the people who supported them; bjff appearing to endorse the If a Pharisaical, Janus- imposter is exposed, aha his hypocrisy uncovered, every right- thinking man, woman and child holds hiqa in contempt, juid spurns him from society. ; All hypocrites are d—ct hus- calf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 January 1866

jlllr Bc/jr *'%*** ■gjffiBgggjg •jBstetW 18«6. heap* of thorn wp- vi-Tai , . iiju.: i nowcver tner© 1g25 iNa^;j* ijfe It to on* of iho«e parwA no, heap® ol Fortuuatua, that grow* the larger the more jtw take from it, and, ti age power of dollar*, that, taken In heaps, !a it loses and growa, aud impart* and still grow , it make# a dozen heaps like itself, ail aronnd it, from which tliousands more may shore! dollars into bags to their hearts' content. The sanie tbing toa^ess ertent hnt Wome^api in rented, some enterpiise to he in order to secure tile pre- awm-e hag of their own accord- , Ufhe i who seeks them must not oaly i month of his bag open, but b get behind them and posh jJwgyyer is so just now that the would push a shovel* elsewhere WtB fill the road to fortune jU and again heretofore, men who will tell you that the hints of the Telegraph ia an .1 n«^' t M ifrs II^ .vo gamea tnou , y<prf five ace glad of it, > -to eontinue t6 instance that $f wanted to- ^ehn^uess come he...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 January 1866

lit.i m i <**%* * a Wv i* 1*4 The Vitx. -*— The City Council have iuiwortalUpd their nam** by the paaaagn of an ortlluauce compelling draymen to giro boij'is fnr their bonepty. fWa will be a great improvement, and aave much valuable property-from lixil, aa well aa prevent raacala from swindling the confiding public. The following is th~ form of bond used, 'and which has to be oignKl by wh good aurutiea. Sevoro pen alUes ire attached to any violation ot the ordinance.- —'*—•• - THfi STATBOF TEXAS ) CITY OF HOUSTON. J uc nuvpiun* « - * ^ _ . ■ , ■ . . Know All Men by these presents,- P The lfeak H •*ir« in «liiii pity has now «n<lyj three color d servants ab ut the preinin- s, and 0.1. L • « informs uS^lmt naHiiy of li? form t col ired aeivmitj stole provisions enough to pay the Uhor \>{ two wb>t«j men. The sama Is trti« in ruau? private famili*«. ft'honest and indu^tiJuMis white servants, will omiftrit*) to T«>xt . wm will guarantee ibem to obtain profitable' ompfoymon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 January 1866

' •Mr [ byterian Church in the United State*,' instead of " the Confederate States.' 8. Thattfhe Seweral Assembly or- der collecdMis in behalf of the susten- tation fund be made in all our churches in overture inquiring what In ropl of tbePres- met la Macon, 14th. 1865, ?«ec opened with hJ _ . „ r 0. Wilson, D. D. The Assembly w fcg&Lof Oran e Presbytery, loaipo- s my imJMi ministers, and - ' ^ '^^Bdert were present at Stet and Bet. MCBWtoJ 111 11 cbmxu of At- mgl ally stated that we sustain no other relation-to that body that to other denominations holding the.same sym- bols of faith and ^ink, ,|U*4 lbat nhnrtih* w>wi<ni*y ^' — gage ministers to MtfflML JWmpy their pntphfc, any obtaining ,nor even soeh minister has an- nounced his purpose to uiiite with us. Baird was elected H&mid Edu- I, viceDr. Morrison. B#v. B ■«fl letter from for South iOUISIXN o ibjeet oif edtfcatioh *aa earnestly pMMoted to the churches in a report? trm the Standing Com- mittee, which was adopte...

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