Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 108, Ed. 1 Monday, November 13, 1865 Page: 4 of 8
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E. H. GUSHING,
Editor and Proprietor.
iMitoBi November 13, 1866
oriaed to nceiw taire-
i * '*i 4**
■ are not popular, just u there are *
foworful people who art sot popular. In
1n4, popularity ia a book.or a man is of-
ot teteUMto vuluiiii of jbof
(go— poftfarijrmakaowp hooka
a strange and peworfMIn-
Wo ooea knew a joanf man to
rtnasble npon a book of whioh ho h«d never
of whiak Tory fair p
' '"iflfc 'IliilMf I Wo hoard to thia
day. It w*a "Lavbbobo," a atrange book
kyfwa should suppose, arrange mam-
Borrow, author of "The Bible In
aadof another book eat tied, we
ItfHavo, MTboCHpaaj la Spain." Wa he-
lm ha wrote (heao laat mentioned work*
while he was an agoat of tka British aad
Vooaiga BiUa gaotstjy, or of aome ot
Jkllllf bodj^klBpala. But "LaTsngro"
wao tka asontal and aplrltaal biography, it
would sooos, of tha earlier jeara of thewri-
aba lather fthe fetter ot too noro of tka
alary,)|waa a Britiak army (ofleor of the old
oahool, had two aoaa, and had r*rj a triet
and ratber flnnkeyiah notion* of training
tkam to bo very "proper" young Britona of
their ovdar la aooiety. The hero, the aeoond
, ,1 ana, to the horror of hia "proper" paternal
parent, managed to pick np a raat deal of a
. %v " V « . ■ • > - - .
— ami of learning aot tanght by the very
. "peoper" teaohera,andin the very "proper'1
aohoob, towhichhe waaaant. He became
.' ' Ultimately acquainted with tbe gipaeya,
learned their language, atodled their hiato-
• iy,had atrong frienda among tketn, and
with them got iato many atraage aorapea
Lavengro farniahes |more thorough and
t \ more inlereating knowledge of that atraogo
v nee, the Qipaaya, than any other book |we
have ever aeen. George Eiiot, the English
Hiaa Brana, most hare read Larengro be-
fore ahe wrote "The Mill and the Floss,"
He Glpeeya named him Lar-engro, "word-
maator" la their tongiue,-lav, meaning word,
and .eagre, .maater,—from hla great facility
in aequirittg language. Theae people taught
, kim pugilism, or "the manly art of selt-de-
fcaoe," and, Christian man though be be-
,. eame and still la, be nevartheWria defends
the acquisition aod proper nae of the art of
■ . f! ■* "holding op the hands" in aelidefenoe, or in
in protection of the woa$ to this day
Be la a little hafcd to aaawor oai thia aub*
Jeet* Bead him aadaee if bo la not. Retakes
"It: I! V*>
the world aa ke finds It, and eonbaaoa It.
Many food people denounce the fiat, aad
yet nae It—or aome thing worse. He made
himaelf maater of the Irish tongue when
hia father was stationed In Ireland, and of
the Gaelio language when he waa in Soot
lead, and he beeame proficient la both the
Irish aad Sootoh brogue® la speaking the
Eng&ah language. How law of our edu-
cated people in this country are able to speak
the patois of the negro, or of the unlettered
whitest Be wee in many a famous "row"
end fight among the lrlah and Sootoh boya
aad had many atraoge flrienda for a proper
Dritiah oAorr'soon. TheGipesya, and other
atraage people with whom he aaaoolated
taagkt him /the peculiarities, inaUoots aad
powora of hone, aod he became a noted
rider aad horse-master
Ho die, when In Wales, made hiataelf
mooter of the Weloh language, end trans-
lated the poems of the Wefph poet, Ab Owl
Km, into Baglish; aad, although he could
not fiod a publisher, he contends to thle day
tint Ah Gwiliaa la euperior aa a poet to
the aa^ority of Kaglleh poeta. He alao
kaeame intimately aoqoaintod with tka fer-
vid Welch Methodiata, with their aimple
fUth, their interacting traditions, their deep
led reverent fanatioiam or sopors tition
esad the grand aad yet siaaple etoqoenoe of
tkeir preeehing. LaTea^ro's aooouat of
the<diaraetoriaUea of Method iam emong the
common people of Walea, la aa iatereatiag
and life-like as the aooouat of the BagUah
Was Brans, in aAoBs Bode, of MetHodlam
the eomsaoa people of tka interior
Tkam is a ciok asireiathia
in goto ion aa the religion of the
tor darelopasaot in oar literature,
we havahl* etragglaa te make a lite-
, in kis early asaakoed, aasoag odf-
iak, eoooeitod^ad ignorant Coeknay pab
Hahi#t 1 And ftaaiiy hi* aooeant of th
meaner in wkiek he, a*of booming d<e-
with life, aended IJmeolf of hta glp-
knowledge, aaiketkdk kiaoettto
ileriag life est tMnnds off '
life, for ke had what h*
not find In London or society, inde
The book la not a aovel in Ike true
eenee of tka word. It kaa aa air aad tone
of reality about it wkieh makes tka eon
riotioa irreaiauble that the moot agoaiaU
iagly earaeet life-experieneee of the wri
tor aw pat fortk In tke story, kowew
amok fiction there may be in lte a
and eirevunstenoes. The eharaoteriaatien
la eia^le^wirld, end pewesftd. Diokens,
tke gVeat mistir in ekasaeter-palatiag,
does aot ileal kim In tiris regard. Tkore
is also a keeltby tone ^-trne, mealy aad
religions seatiaaent perradiag tke entire
i It ie MM.ef tke meet admirable de-
feneee ef Independent tkenght i*1*
as opposed to that riarery to ooaTention-
eiitlee, ia eharoh and socisty, ee eon
In Bnsinnd. end. tee oomaaon ia
te he fonnd in the Bag-
lish language. He dsssanslratea tkat a
man eaa be a gentleman aad a ohrlotiaa,
end yet tkiak, apeak, and aot ia a i
nor qaite kerrifying te tke great body of
eharoh people end eooiety people, who
know far lew ef the truth of the goepel, of
the aplrit of Christ, hnd ef the realities ef
teiaga generally, than tkey do ef tke pro-
prietiw aad ooBTentioaalitiee whiok make
up tke " weed, key aad etubble" ef too
mack of tke popular reUgioa aod aocial
opinion of the day.
Aaotker admirable tklag ia this book
is tke resolatlon penetratiag into tke life
ef wet masses of people, of whom the
great high-way public kaow aethiag, aad
of Whom literature kerdly erer makea
mention, and yet among vkom there la a
world of atraage aad atriklag realities, Car
surpeasing tke feeble faaoiea of most ro-
maaoc writers. Uatli our own romantic lit-
erature becomes "racy of the soil," and
redolent of the life of our people, it will
haw no power in it. There bee, aa yet,
been no adequate tranaatioa ia litera-
ture of tke iaterior life ef tke South.
The young maa of whom we apeak got
hold of Lareagro maay long yeara ago,
aad waa alwaya perplexed by the uafin-
iahed aad uaaetiafaotery way la whioh the
story ended. When a priaeaer of wer in
Fort, Delaware daring the late terrible
etraggle, he happened to find "Thb
Rokaxt Bra," a sequel te Lawagro,
aad tf erer there mb such a thing
the full slaking of a famishing men-
tal thirst, it waa enjoyed by him in reed-
ing thia long end earnectly deaired book in
a place wkere almoet any book was a rare
deHgkfc This book aot only fiaishca the
story it Larengro, bat derelopw to frui-
tion ell the remarkable literary, religious,
social aad political philosophies, tlpe germs
of wkiek were just seen budding out so
ftfr#raringly throughout the firs* book. En-
glish society and life, Eaglish church and
religion, English literature and politics, ere
all speculated upon aad oritioiaod with a
boldness abd emphasis rarely to be mot with
in BM dern literature. There is In it the
moat uaiqoe aad interacting eriticlam of Sir
Walter Soott we hare ever awn.
The iafiueaee of thia firat book, for tke
firet one waa wad ia youth, aad tke aeoond
oaeia middle life, had aa influence in
moulding tke opiniona aad ckaracter of
the young aaaa alluded to, wkiok, although
uaoonaoioua at the time, hw aeaaibly af-
feoted hie whole oonrae of life, lot us hope,
fer the better. If you wiah something
rare aad good ia the way of readiag, get
Lereagro, aad the Bomaay Bye, by Geo.
Borrow. If the bookaeilere do aot have it
ea hand, tell them te eead aad gat it at
oaoe. What ia a beokwller made for bat
to keep en kaad every tklag oae amy
ekaaoe te wiek to reed t
Cotton in KeW Orleaw on Wednesday
flat aad ao traaeaetioae. Aa offer ef Low
Middllog at 50c?., WW aot takes.
Cholera ia Nkw York—peeae about to
ha deeTpied—Wins to be bung lest Friday-
are the prindpel Uapas of news*
• < i ,
John Geltiae, groesr, sells graeeries by
tke barrel, or stegly. He elw sells fine
Claret Vise by the bottle or pipe. He
likewise kaa batter eseekew by tke oerd.
Joka Oelllas kefds fertk at tke eemei
Market Sqaara, and sells mere fasaily gro-
cery goods tkaa aay otker grocer ea kie
street—eitker way. We kave tried kie
wine and eraekere, aad ew ptessed with
them. Likewiw, kie ehlelrene, egga, kaau
aad picklee, of Wkiek last kekaekerwle,
elegent. „ ,'
« The ooaeert of Prat Sherak hae
meet hlgkly epokea of as aa artietio affair
We tad not tke pleasure ef being preeoBt.
We shaU be glad if tbePrefoeeor ie iadaeed
te repeat it
A new Tork dispatch, dated Nov. 8, aa-
nouaow that Jadgc P. W. Bray, of thia
city, had been pardoaed by the Praeldeat
We eall espeolal atteetioa te the adver-
t(semeBt of Garey k Klelber, who have a
larfie aad apleadid atock ot grooerlea bow
ia etore, aad iatoad te keep up a ooaataat
supply. They era liberal and obliging
maa, aad will be sure to eatisfy customers
who trade with them.
Wo call atteatioo to the advertisement of
Dr. Bloc in to-day'a paper. The Dootor ia
well apoken of by the New Orleans press
and haa numerous certificates of the effica-
cy of his remedies.
Mr. Taft, tke aewly-appoiated Poetmas-
ter ef this city, hw catered upoa the dis-
charge of hie datice. We celled at the
oBoe Setardey eveaiag, aad fouad about
tweaty baga ef aiell matter from aeroaa
ike gnlf. He laferase us tkat maila will
be seade np regalarly fer the poet offices
eaet of tee gaif, and for all effieee at which
he hae evidcace of poateMCtera appointed
by the United Government being on daty
ia thia State. > . <.-• ■
The caly officw at pi aWat kaowa to be
opened aw thoee ef Oelveetea, Aaatin aad
San Antonio. Psatssasters at ether palate
ere reqaeeted te give notice of their offioee
b#l&y opiiid mIMkni M yoiribli. Mrait-
While, etege-drifere end otkew will fever
the pabiie by carry lag forward aewepepera,
eto., an tkey may be plaasd In tkeir kands;
Wm |La nlaeeiare mM
and, Oelenal Mike Powell, w true an!
fsUkwtnaunee ever lived, I
f jt h o
A eudden ohango in habits, a cessation
ot aa aotivo life aod leadiag one of a sed-
oatery character, has always a tondenoy
to affeot the health of maa ia some maa-
aer, among which affections of the bowels
are perhape the most prominent. To all
suck we would say, get a bottle of "Mars-
dea's Carminative Syrup." It ie pleaeant
to the twt«, and, unlike most medicines
whioh do not nauseate, effects a complete
Several friends from Northern Texas have
spoken to uaof Dr. Yates, Oceulist now at
Millicui, in the higheat terma. Hia repu-
tation in that region is that of a man of
great skill and science.
Mr. Seaeuma hw aent ua another sample
of auger, from the "Areola plantation,"
which is lighter in color, and more beauti-
ful thaa that made at the Oakland plante-
tloB. It ia plain that Texaa can make as
good auger as Louisiana, with proper facil-
ities. •1 •
Ibtobbb Mighty Tbvmfbt Fame has
breathed a bow word—Soiodeat—end eho
will make it reaoaad through the omlized
world. * It ia the Greek for teeth-preserver,
but in plain Baglieh, Fragrant Soaodoot
the moat effective deotrifioe that ohem-
iatry baa ever yet extracted from the Ori-
ental vegetable kingdom
— ji *
We cell attention to tke oard of Pendle-
ton A Jouett, commission merchante aad
cottoo factors, 58 Water Street, New Yprk.
Mr. Peodleton ia favorably known to many
of our citizena, as for a long time, Ckief
Commissary of the district of Texas, (so-
called Confederate) and will command for
hia firm, a fall ahare of the Texaa trade.
Hq ia popular where he i8 known.
Clergymen and poblio speakers will find
Maraden's Peotorel Belm inveiueble,
atrengtheaiag the voloe Bad removlog any
Irritation of the Throat or Lunga. For
aalo by all Druggiata.
DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY, NEURALGIA
•f Sure Cmrt
TO BB HAD SOB THE ABOVS DI8BABM VKOM
OOee-At Hr. John C. Cutter's eoraer lfein
'cbntoutfram 8 a. m. to 1 P-from It*
f'on*Coo^reiu Btreet, MCond
iogtant relief of CROUP, Bore Throat,
k, LockJ*w, Barache, Toothache, Burn*
!. All of haah Wound 7oor#«. ana
. Ora*el, Worms, Tap* Worm*, Chill* and V
▼*r> lntermittant fever, Own Sue., sad all Chron
alao Id the oAoe of Mr. RW- o«UJ-Uw
i Direct ImpertnHsm.
UO CMes'deainbi* Print*.
m bate* brown Domeeti*,
10 ease* bleached Domeatic,
1000 eeU Table Cutlery,
S eaaea Pocket Cattery, _
M dozen cotton Hoee and half Hoae,
M0 doien Over 8hirts,
KM docen Linen Boeom tihirta,
5 runt Linens,
i MM Unen Cambric Handkerchief,
/ « case* Merino Shirt* and Draw*
1 entire ea** Pearl Button*,
1 entire caae 8u*peoder Button*, Book* and Bye*,
5 balefl Linen Duck,
10 caae* wonted Dress Good*, Te**ds and Cloth.
A L 8 O :*
a large assortment of Genuine
for sale, wholesale, low by
SAMUEL BOYER DAVIS,
STOCK, NOTE, EXCHANGE
AT TNI 0FFISI OF JAMES SMUT,
6 HTRAND—G AL VE8TON. dlj
I Have the following Galveston City
A desirable residence, furnished; several Cottage
and two story houses; several stores in the business
Sortlon of town; vacant lots in town: Oalveston City
tock; Cotton Press Stock; O. Bf. & H. R. R. R.
A&O-B . B. B. & C. R. R. Stock ; 3300 acres land in
Brazoria county, 18 miles from Highland Station. Oal-
veston R. R.; 960 acres in Hays county: 860 acres near
the mouth of the Trinity; two plantations in cultiva-
tion. SAMUEL BOYER DAVI8,
novl3dtf Strand, Galveston.
IRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
George Butler, Agent, Galveston.
IS PREPARED TO 1COVER BY FIRE
Insurance, Cotton In Warehouses and Presses:
Goods and Merchandise in Store; Dwelling-houses
Also to Insure risks ef Merchandise by sea, or inland
navigation, from ports and places in Texas to porta and
places in the Cnited States or Europe, and vice versa.
Policies will be issued by him in the following Com-
'hoenix Fire and Marine Insurance Company,
New York; capital and assets si,500,000
Metropolitan Fire and Marine Insurance
Company, New York; capital and assets, 1,900,000
Manhattan Fire and Marine Insurance Com-
pany, New York; capital and assets..... 1,000,000
Washington Fire and Marine Insurance Com-
pany, New York; capital and assets, 700,000
Security Fire and Marine Insurance Com-
* pany. New York; capital and assets,.... 1600,000
National Fire and Marine Insurance Com-
pany, New Orleans; capital 500,000
Commercial Fire Insurance Company, New
York; capital 300,000
Atlantic Fire Insurance Company, Brooklyn,
N*w York; capital 400,000
Excelsior Fire Insurance Company, New
York: capital,. 300,000
Beekraan Fire Inaurance Company, New
York; capital 840,000
The editor of this peper knows individa-
elly, nothing about potest medicines, noti-
oea of wbioh ere poblished ia these col-
umns. Suoh aotioes ere peld for in ell ee-
ses es edvertisement*.
▲ Philadelphia peper tells e laughable
atory of en incident of the recent Epiaoo-
pel Convention in the^ city, A party of
five clergymen aet out to etteod the inaugu-
ration exerciaea of the American Union
Contention, whioh were, aa they under-
etood, to be held et the Academy of Muaic.
The plaoo of meeting had been obenged to
another hell, but of thia they knew nothing.
Conakierittg themselves entitled to aects on
the platform, the reverend gentlemen en-
tered by the aiage door. They walked rap-
idly by the doorkeeper, who aiatook one of
thfMB for Edwin Forrest, end seid "good
evening," end were eatoniaeed to find
themselves between two linee of soldiers in
peper helmeu. " Meke leee noise, or you'll
he heard ia front," seid n gruff scene-
shifter, aoe the unheppy clergymen dis-
covered thet Mr. end lira. Charles Keene
were playing Beetle* obi Gertrude cloee
beside tbssa, end that aily a thin eanvaH
partition esnsrats* ion bom eeftora aid
Of oonrae they beat a hasty re-
boot, Just io time to awoM having thefa-
blackaaetsaad wiuAe ties eshlhitadtothe
■eiMaa, • «• *!u
'^wneo K ihi'tt tr
The above Companies are well known through-
e United States aa among the most reliable.
re entirely independent of, and not subject to,
any Agent of the Marine Board of Underwriters of
NeiwYork or New Orleans, and their losses will he
promptly adjusted and paid.
HENDLEY'S BUILDING, GALVESTON.
WILL receive Cotton and other Produce for sale
in this market, or for shipment to his friends in
New Orleans, New York or Liverpool, and will make
liberal cash advances on the same.
Goods will be purchased in the above named places
on orders, if satisfactory arrangements are made with
Galveston, November 13,1863- dly
HEAD QUARTERS, P08T OF HOUSTON,)
Houston, Texas, Nov. 11, 1865. S
No. 8. J
Capt. Wm. T. Rickard, 78d Illinois Cav. Vols., is
>y announced as permanent Officer of the Day for
e will be obeyed and respected accordingly.
By order of
m LIBDT. COL. R. KENNICOTT,
William Crooks, A. A. A. G. novl31t
HEAD QUARTERS, POST OF HOC8TON,
OBNTOALOBDXM.?10^^"8'NOT' "M' '
No. 3. f
Hereafter, all soldiers fonnd in the City without
er authority, will be arrested by the patrols. This
ority, when visiting the City, must be In writing,
the name of the party holding the pass.
soldiers on guard duty in the City must wear the
After 10 o'clock, p. m., all suspicious parties, citizens
or soldiers, found on the streets, will be arrested by
the patrols, who have the most stringent orders to
By order of >
_ „ LIEUT. COL. R. KENNICOTT.
William Crooks, A. A. A. G. novl3lt
ON CONSIGNMENT, and for sale low,
it barrels superior Irish potatoes.
OAKEY dc KLE1BBB.
WERTHEIMER & HA.LFIN
ARE CONTINUALLY RECEIVING
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
HATS, TRUNKS, &c.
Market Street, Opposite the Old Post-Office,
d&twtm GALVESTON. TEXAS. n
t METROPOLITAN HOTEL, fi
WASHINGTON, D, C-
rniHIS LEADING HOTEL Renovated and Be-hr-
' JL nished. la now in perfect order for the receptloa
and accommodation of its old patrons, novll d3ns
BOBKL8 6KU8HBD BDOAB,
M bbls Louisiana Sugar,
10 bblTlhMe 8alt—in S sacks.
i bbls Bourbon Whisky,
tS bbls Extim "
5 k casks Cognac Brandy.
ISO boxes Soap, assorted brands.
SO boxes Btorch,
SO boxes Wolfe's Brandy,
10 boxes Bourbon Whisky,
SO boxes Claret Wine,
10 (linen sardines.
IS barrels sugar crackers.
IS do bntter do«
10 cases olive oil.
90 " lobsters.
SS " cove oysters;
SO " assorted pickles.
3 " pine-apple cheese.
SS Western do
S0K chests imperial tea.
Sw ' do Oolong do
SO aoi buckets.
SO nests tubs.
10 dos wash bohrds.
SO doa brooms.
SS boxes raisins.
25 half-boxes do
80 boxes yeast powders.
10,000 Havana cigars.
10 bales India begging.
100 coils Manilla rope.
40 do Kentucky do
SO barrels lime.
SO do Rosendale cement.
For sale by _
Houston, Nov. 13-lw GAREY & KLEIBER.
EDWARD NICHOLS CHARLES NICHOLS
JTICMOMjS * BRO
(Late of LaGrange,)
COTTON AND WOOL FACTORS,
RECEIVING & FORWARDING
And General Commission Merchants,
j^OLIClT CONSIGNMENTS OF
COTTON, HIDES, WOOL,
BACON, LARD, «c CORN,
Especial attention paid to the buying of every des-
cription of Merchandise, for planters and merchants,
when accompanied with
CASH OR PRODUCE.
All Cotton consigned to our House sold strictly on
its own merits.
No Speculating la Cotton by Onr House!
All Cotton consigned to our House is covered by
open policy of insurance, at 0200 per bale, on all Rail-
roads, and also on the following steamers,
AND NO OTHERS,
vi*: Silver Cloud, St. Clare, Era No. 3 and Sun Flower.
Galveston. Nov. 13d&tw3t NICHOLS & BRO.
LAWTHER & GARY.
DEALBSS IN WINES AND LIQUORS,
novl3-ly MASONIC BUILDING GALVESTON.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK op
Havana and Domestic Cigars,
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco,
Cad be found at the Store ofPlPCS' SnUff' &C' &c"
LEVI <fc PULASKI.
Strand, opposite Oaterman's Building,
flows ! Iron !
brated manuiaciurers. so tons Iron, assorted, Jue
SEttCrke"?&auUheby°ld BUn<1 01 W" *
novl3dlm E. S. WOOD.
SITUATION, by a thorough practical Book-
keeper, with 15 years experience. Address J. H.
f Col. A. M. (feaUy.
careok vui> a* m. vrei
Houston, Not. 13, 1865.
$100,000 !"T0 CAPITALISTS.
ing. south side Buffalo Bayou: one block opposite
Maine street, fronting White-oak and BuSUo Bayous,
suitable for steam compress warehouses manufactu-
ring purposes. Apply to
LAWRENCE & STEELE,
Real Estate Brokers, Van Alstyne Building, Maine St,
TfeR. EA8TMAN having located permanently in
KM Qalvwton^tenders^hu^ wrvices to the peoHe of
warrants him in saying that thoee who give him a trial
will not have cause to regret it. Parties requiring re-
«uiring recommendation* can ebtain the
ation to hia office.
M. B. PENDLETON .:......WM. B. JOUETT.
PENDLETON ft JOUETT, ' <
1 (Formerly la St Louie,) 91 Vol.
ConunisfllanXarchaatB ACotta* PMtors,
' Mo M, itfilHtBtnal, Kdm Top. '* •
services rendered. Dr.'it. may be" found "at" hTs offlce,
opposite the Court House, next door to Mr. C. Gray.
, „ n of the thiefand horse, or TEN DOLLAUw
for any information that will lead to his restoration to
[novlS-lw*] JAMBS B. 8. BURRELL.
w. l motm a. a. a. mbi(bpb«. *. w. whitmabso
W. L. MACATEB & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS AND
Qmerol Cmrnmiatton Merchant .
(At tb* old staud of PmI k DnmbleJ
.0ftr%trtet attenttoi. gtrma to Ootton o other Pre
Sue- Serwirdnd to as tor Halt, btorage or 8hlp<neat,
Jon- ST—<iatwS 'i.
sawnaiaaor -i cbarls.i,aoaaao
r c: i - W. k A C. L. BOBARDS,
AVI kb wiwh mm hsmsi|I*III give ndlvlM
spasrUli'tod to ibHr *so
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Cushing, E. H. Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 108, Ed. 1 Monday, November 13, 1865, newspaper, November 13, 1865; Houston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth232777/m1/4/: accessed June 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.