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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 November 1864

THE HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY TELEGRJl VOL. XXX—NO. 163 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2. 1864. AUOTION—K *n 10o'clock. A M , and every Tuesday M. Tiw'it ui Frtda U<t evn noon at 3r>*eiccg, by J. 8. Cn J 8. Sydoor. Car building I very Urg-., nd fito prrof W'e «an fa • - - IIavt also hou«e at d yard room properly o( juerebsadWe for ntrrrte. We are flways prrjiarfcd to make liberal ad v&neca In coin,Con;cderate t.o1**, State Tree.* ury uotos * r cotton. Wo particularly ci'.l the attention ot parties on tbe Bio Uraitde making oocii^i menu to Hons- ton. Oar utlneai is exclusively commission, and also tell at private sale at all <ime* except euo- Uon dart. augSidtlm fllU iHK AB8KNIKKB OK UKKUG'S (U'HMl'a) A BRIGADE.—Ih« War Department Is deter- mined to arrest and bring to trial all effioers and men, belonging lo commands Ka*t of the Missis- sippi River, who continue to absent themselves without a regular discharge or transfer In accord- ance with tha la 'a and regulations for the gov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 November 1864

y. NOVEMBER U, 166L Atiim or tufii.|CK4ra. r Ot MMNlWA«.ffNM* • rwdWi it my of wmmi arc a SHBBBHssas-HHasa^ass those who do not vote to Napoleon shall TUa I* Lincolnlsm, however, in full, and yet eo wonderful is the folly of tho Yankee race as to suppose it possible to subjugate free people to this sort of thing. One would suppose that Grenada, that Poland, that ancient Jewry and that America in *76 would have taught them their lessons, without a recurrence to New Orleans, to Missouri, or* to this. sam Tennessee now, but these people are each fools that not eren experience can teach them. We are obliged to Andy Johnson for his proclamation It is not only a good North- am political campaign document, but it ie equally a good Southern war document. S^nce we bav* been obliged to economise Co much in paper, as to send Tri-Weekly (Rbeeribert onetff our daily Issues In place of tlja-Tri-WcekJy, we hare reeved miyiy cpjOplaTuts from tb* country about tho half Jftkrae our readers there were...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 November 1864

J theru and draw'd your pay and made summer com- plaint speeches long enougn. The country at large, incloodln' the undersined, is disgusted with you. Why don't you show us a statesman—sumbody who can make a speech that will hit the pop'lar hart r'te under the Great Public weskit 1 Why don't you show us a statesman who case rue up to the Emergency, and cave in the Emergency's head' Congress, you won't do. Go home you mizzerable devils—go home! At a special Congressional 'lection in my district the other day, I delib'ritly voted for Henry Clay. I admit that Henry is dead, but inasmuch as we don't seem to have a live statesman in our National Congress, let us by all means have a first class corpse. Them who think that a cane made from the timbers of the house I once boarded in is essential to their hap- {ilness, should not delay sendin' the money right off on or one. ~ And now, with a general honor for the wimin who air goin' to abandon furrin goods, and another for the pat- riotic eve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 November 1864

'■'V The Operations of Saturday—Dispatekfrom Otn. Lee- Capture of Fifteen Hundred Prisonert. From the Richmond Euaatner, Oct. 3. We aUted u th* paper of Saturday that an attempt bad beta maat to rotako Fort Harrison, which has failed, bat Aid not amount to a repulse. Later ia tbo da/ ao aaaolt was aotoally delivers d, which was Cv^ oiled. We have aince learnsd that the eause of the fall- are was a mnioonstiaetion of the order fixing the time of the assault bj one of the division command- era. He ordered his t oops to obarce the position twenty minutes before the appointed time, and, or coarse, roeelved the eoaoentveted Are of the enemy. The men dieplayed great intrepidity, and, it is said, eame near carrying the fort, but were compelled to fall baek before the heavy fire. By the time they re tared to the cover or toe works from whieh they had started, the other column rueh- ed forward at tbe preeiee minute prescribed in the order for the assualt, and soon enosuntsrsd the same destru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 November 1864

1 ^ II 1* ^ THE HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXX—NO. 1G4 HOUSTON, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4. 1604. From the correspondent of th* II Y ^'artd The "even Muni**' C"i p i«n amtaat Rlekuosi C«uM'r«' Oi'ti'W 17. When it i9 remembered that ihe present campaign againet Richmond lmsnow lasted fceveu months, and that it has been car- tied on under the direction ot a single military head. wHhout interference or do- tation from any quarter whatever : that all the armies «< the Beryice except one, with a tew iriui-i* v-^vp io; -, *ceu concent'a'ed lor this single pm pose ; that General Giant his had the co-operaii iB of the foar armie" of 3:ge!, Hun er, Wnght and Sheridao. <•<"! ai.er the other, cwn- sisting as will ln shown pr*B?utty, ot ninety ihousan I troops, all operating in the Sht nandoa . Valley, and alt threaten- ing Richmond *.th raat uu *u.w.ueMt peril in the re< r. while hchtuiself was ope- rating directly in i<* front; that General Grant has had ii 'er his own immediate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 November 1864

3ii$frtfelglelcgvxpl U4 P HOUSTON, NOVEMBER M, 1M4. iOKira or for t*o oMvndtM* o owr sabacrl *r . wo rtHkt elM of «*r Use receipt* of ai<y w whoa arc ~ nH M Or nt • tyak* W^hV^'ioor."r.'..Woi i Washington......... ..M Btuh«pi>r<l ' ~ :~3te®r .33. W. SsrtsMto .O UP *oanlan KmIM *.... o K JkHim-m m£==t=1ct^ nttun...... - L badleAB*r tow mi. aui -....--J J or*«D ado ruNMMoa... 81 oo«r Seymour sates,.... — . W Smith ^ i>3r'r-—--jgT8if"g , p.y.p*!1*/. i aw**, Wi>ii *10 J JJ K'jW " Wj.... « PO T nder , B«rU^u RfaDlclteou ,*ette...._.—M..rO<ire«orr lweil*.. ~ - 8 Hrp~~ iall jr...iiii.tit ~T Kef . rwim. ^MblliRIOli.. —"T. ro ;*aW. Refogto, iielugto wru Pie' DO" t «n« i .Oimi l..j..—LonUe Runner „, Colorado...... ...........D <1 N *r Li.Oe'itwell. " Balllrm>, MlUm ^....u.. y tint k, CUUwelC-"— A"<!er o>'... 1 Tob.Vayette ... d Ltka. tfv tales ' | WlllUnueou.. •vltle, Kyette , Lluwtour Drtt W Pitta ■Milapf ..-Col A Ntlll «m, bavaaa Mre Miry B Wert jlh....—..........

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 November 1864

4 l\ A. i m 4'\- 1* Th'-s a-d thu only ran o -vCun l f. r tne <«>i ih.t M . Ua er. t an>iiM Motley, w'ioi. l una* i.t-torlan-t and •< ina < ra-t* uih'i their ra>pectlve i.l t tle.uf leb I l< na «ri.l lieiutaot •■> of hh«i« a ponh, ami especially ot 'h#i{r.at tep-efiiiatlve percon* o: reb III"! Willi in ol iff. uge. a it Gen>g« Ma*ldn*i<n. *■ ool i h« e settle down lutooplri >n <>i egiinnucy tint ot lov- It* and ot the d ?|m> its' of Government. wl.lch v nm b.*e I'n'gwed ih« b.ertuif ful I 11. ol Sp la. and Uuijf III, ui Kn.U'd a- 1 . y now Ot we), ih *'tn'>i i t P' r'imi'ii ii van «. We take the following from a lato Northern paper: Brig Kilei Urn> r I J*mea 0. npeate, U tsaie v -i.ui.tr'. *< tried for n I g.'ltloyai I'lit'iiaci, aim c" din t prtJ'K'lc «' rmo ■ order n<l mi liary d'«. K it'.e, luring in: a <ijaM,va<>o flu g d I pr- lection to the i roperlv of a notorious reOe', iietore i blwin* bloi ti take tbe oah ot al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 November 1864

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 November 1864

r. 1 y VOL. XXX—NO. 165 THE HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY TELEGF'*" HOUSTON MONDAY NO^Ti?§ER i, 1864. Letter from the H n W. W. Buyer, *auib C reliaa « ills KxceiMiry 1 But—TheDea o ■ their re' eut cot they ai taWed tlce anil a cum • 11 subjec t ut I vorable ret-pon ' only person wh' •> Consr«->< does ii R' tor tbo Pr-sldi i <1 time, I should ,,u thst body, aud ui but a* tint opi ■ u1 tentative but t e a you We are - 4i> peace. By-t s.e.l ' >c ("'.stent WttU 111' ii et By a satUt«ciot 'VWKSBoao ' S.'Sept. W, 1864. re«. d*nl Da l : , „ 0 >ilc party • 1 lbi United St iter, I , •l, ion it Ch' vg«. renolved that H ■e; <h y woo i i.^ree loan armlt~ v. ■ of il1 the •>' ii'i, to consider lb | ili.k .b t e m ileicands a ii. r lonrUvV -. i. til. yoaaiotl ,i usice 'list t p- nse I eras e ou iv it until at > tfco time appoiite • .1 ecH'Q. 1 • ir Congiese -letti; •jo i tne actl i I desire taken to u! .toltsju-. ' eut ny argunn m, ir ty do f io ccur, I haven a! etti.lu nils t,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 November 1864

M iSSSBJE!wS '8TON, NOVEMBERS*, 1864. AOiMti or n m laur ■. •t Mr RMbn.«ifii Ml IfH# A Tsars.. "WlwUlU.of sabmlssk*t WhoMMsvsethatthose The men in the army write back to us *we are determined to figbt it out" Peo- ple at home 117 "we would u leave have "Old Abe" ae the "Young Napoleon," for we expect nothing from either." We some- time* indulge in speculations about what licClelian will do, and bow we may be benefitted if he is elected, bat it is alt a game of chance, and 10 the people think. Wo have had some reverse* lately, but our troops are not dispirited, but cry aafboldly and defiantly as ever, "wo will fight this wftr out," and just as sure as there is a just God who reigns above us, those soldiers will bring independence to the Confeder- ate States and liberty to their CitixenA. The North is divided and the factions are be- coming every day more numerous. It is true that we have always believed and so declared, that a very large majority of the Northern people were still unw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 November 1864

k- 5 A r ' « r4 t\\ > r-< The traiu conveying (he wounded left the town just a* tfc* Hi m« drove n i.ue pickets, and apt eared in full 6ight oL a hill, hnl: mile distant, c>min>! ut a double quick. Shell wtre bursting aiound the train and minnie balls flying tliiok and fa*t; and ti e con- fusion cau*ed was distre sing, as the wounded were handled very roughly, bu< being so overjoyed at the idea of escapiug capture y the euemy, the j-ain of their wouudn were entirely forgotten. notwithstanding the cxcusjivc figoay th i* -".'.g!: handling rnn*>.« sarily have produced. Seven wounded were unfor- tunately left, and fell into the hands of the enemy. Aot'g Adg't Gen'l. Sneed, of Graeuburj's staff had bis leg and thL'h badly crush? J, by an accident on the road by collision, which euu*fd the death cf 27 and wouttding of 100 of that* already wounded aud mangled soMiers. At Luvejoji Station uui lines were formed and v.x be- gan to fortify, and at 12 o'clock the enemy appeare...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 November 1864

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 November 1864

r THE HOUSTON TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXX—NO. 166 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9, 1864. WHOLE NUMBER— 3S3t< The Prrsitleiil'* Speech Augi la. Friends and Ladies and Gentlemen Fellow-Citizens of Georgia : At the i oment of leaving your State, after havim come hither 'o learn the exact truth as to 'hi late m litavy operation here I go away BiUOU mjre C0IlfitJe"t than'when I < ame. 1 have been to tha army, and return mbuad with the thought that they are fully ready now as ever to meet the euoniy, and that if all weo are absent, will return, and those owing service will go, thirty suns will not 80t before no foot of an iivadcr will press the soil of Geor gia Never before was I bo confident that energy, harmony and determination would rid thecoumry of its enemy, aDd give to ' the women of the land that peace their good deeds hive so wel deserved. Those v o see no hope now, who have lost confidence, are to nte like thos* whose distorted vision, it is said, behold spots upon th*i sun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 November 1864

X b. a. cosamt. warn tau. HOUSTON, NOFEMBERQth, 186*. AUBNTS or fil TWiMKAFE. for lit «mAm1mc« of Mr Mtaorlbm, wtpiMWi iW f oar lb* r*c*ipti K.mj of whoa in I* county Bastrop... was burton.. MS wSw'J IMon-*! x l« vaoport te*Sfc==SSfiI. "•SfcJw... OmhiI i'r T«llnt Agent, iblt. Boat* Aiut, oo U>« JUrrUbar* iscsaKl"ratft will quita sinking-ship," com© boldly ppbn the,deck, n as- romam V sorted has grown! Pffiyerl) waofJifcvesinuatbavc Jethren, that ft"; 'that wirf* founcleriiig; though w^la imparting this information, th# bv pC&r might gOM a little further, and told the poor little tjuadrtfljed Pallors to bo siflg and find something to cling to for Safe- ty after they had left the fated bark. When we speak figuratively, and Bay the "rata art leaving tho sinking ship," we mean i6j1|.|raarV'feJiojv a who "smell a rot" are getting clear of some bursting bubble wP^b has attracted them for awhile, or malting good ihelr wt^t.'frqm undertak- ings, speculations, Utopias schemes, which p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 November 1864

* , ^ i ^ ' (A !r once weakened and prostrated in the Southern army before Richmond, Grant's veteran host will make h strike from whieh the rebel forces will nevwr recover " Upon which the Journal of Commerce makes 'he following c >mments : This is i he old 6t"ty, now almost four years old, repeated < very quarter, every mon<h, every week, every day. but repeat. «1 i . a thousand w«ys up<m tlie eve of an election. First, the lebeU went s'atviug. Then they were almost nuked to the skin. Then they were wasting away by di-ea?e. Now they are degen- erating iuto thieves and binditti! Docs it never oc- cur to- such journals tha< all such arguments reflect the greatest disgrace up u our country and us great army. We ought Ion.- a,jo to have conquorcd hungry, shoele>s, coatless, di nuiM-n soldieis aud banditti, aa they are called. It ou,-> .t not and would n^t take 2,500,000 to conquer a j• oople made up of >uch s'ulf as the Times purs in t ■ e i*ebel army. In a word...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 November 1864

' «e «<* ft Uis following from the Mobile Neva, Oc- lobar 12tb: At a niu meeting hold September 28th, 1804, by Hi Federal prisoners confined at Savannah, Georgia, it was unanimously agreed that the following resolu- tion! be >ent to the President of the United States, In tht hope that he might thereby take such steps as in his wiadem be might think necessary for our speedy exchange or parol*: Resolved, That while we would deolare oar un- bounded love fer the Union, for the homes of fathers, and for tho graves of those we venerate, we woul beg most respectfully that our situation as prisoners bo diligently inquired into, and every obstacle con- ■latest with the honor and dignity of the government ft* once removed. % Resolved, That whilst allowing the Confederate au- thorities all due praise for the attention paid to our prisoners, numbers of our men are daily oonsigned so early graves, in the prime of manhood, far from boa* ana kindred, and this is not caused intention- ally by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 November 1864

VOL. XXX—NO. 167 THE HOUSTON TRIWEEKLY TELKURAPH. HOUSTON FRIDAY NQVEMftSfTu, 186*. , ' •<«s '!!:.!• i ■*.)*,■ WHOLE NUMBE B—3S33 * BY TELEGRAPH. N«B 1BRN 1TU1HS. Camden, Nov. 9. Washington, Oct. 25.—Stanton dismissed 20 olerks from the quartermasters department for sympathizing with the rebellion. Grant has driven the politicians distributing tickets out of his army. Longstreet has rejoined Lee—.ho had nothing to do with Early's defeat, The Yankees captured une of Lee's staff, rank cap- Halifax, Oct. 25.—Little Hattie six hundred bales of cotton, Hope with fifteen hundred and the Falcon with seven hundred,arrived at Bermuda from Wilmington. Tallahassee and Edith left Bermuda for raid. New York. Oct. 25.. .Charleston is being constantly shelled by two hundred pounders. Five large tires visible during the last eight days. On the night of the 24th a severe skir- mish occurred between the pickets in front of Petersburg—heavy artillery firing on both sides. One shell bursted in Fort ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 November 1864

®ri-W<efcIjr ®rlf graph A 1> IM1 BOV8TON, NOVEMBER Wk, 1964. AfUMTa or vaffVttKQftArH, >HT aim; Of MR HbMrtlMn. We «Mbl KmC?' ' *** ka7 " vkom rnHtti, wuiiau ifeprujn.iutiiw.— .1HI qul urren«edefl HSerawar !gfr 1 • «"r ""winiiiwmimiimwtM n Refecto. Reracto amfe- mm Man tee, aitSmitii'. MjUm 0*1(1 welL. Q W jMrethw'll^RS MW Bav«I port IW H MorrtuM ■VTkanH ——ttnberi iuVi'liiu \tVSTb Harrt.b«r tonally wo ^ written eometfcing et< " North wjftfem Confederacy" I to be In the opinion of many, More ' length of tWe expires. A writer in le gjfeper who signs fctmnelf 4,OldHlcko- ry," irguea the matter with considerable ear. nestnos* tad abUity, and pays; " The dan wfrWrn ATort!*Hst is fixed; its separation jhm tkt Northeast it m oertain ssthat its lift or death depends upon the separation* The article referred to ia the "Advertiser and BegUter" seems to be rather an appeal<to the Nfirthwest, aad It uses language and argument, ■t^ong, pertinent and to the point. Bat the writer ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 November 1864

•i- i ■ • r,t tt "Y were not turned from our course. A genuine touch of woman's nature, as well as of human nature, pervades the following: A comfortable old couple sat a seat ei two in front of us on (he railroad during one of tie hottest days of the summer. Tbe journey was evidently one of the events of their lives, and their curiosity ex- cited tie attention of the ptsseugers. At a way sta- tion the old man stepped out to get. a drink or buy a doughnut, and beard the bell only in lime to rush to the door of the eating house, and see the train mo- ving off without iiiai. The old lady had been fid- geting in her seal, looking out of the window in her anxiety for his return, aud when she taw his plight, hiifrautie gestures for the train to stop, as it swept farther and further from him, she exclaimed: "There, my old man has got left ! he ban !—there, see, he has ! Wa'U," she continued, sitting back in her eeat again, "I'm glad on't. It's always been, 'Mam, you'll get left!' and all ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 November 1864

A Mpuliiilli fdm«h*4B)lovi9g ■■ til>ril«w ilfi till 8><rj— IUM Um 0«Mnl my arruA. ' Ht kid pa*ed ma aad vu Inatda the Unt, Md half turnad round vlt* I «pok« t«hm. IUb itMibrit«>.«fiNdiu height, with a Roman bom, good hut not oobummUac forehead, and an eye Ilk* a hawk—dark tnJ la color, quick, glancing, rtttlMM, shoviagir* iMra, but ladieatiwf alao ao irritabla Irapar aad aaaynpfcthetlo aatara. Thai la the frat impend op tha loader of our amies of the Ht waft. dropoed to plain blue pants and yea*bis hat aadWat wore off; he bad oae boot and one slip* •on; a* nnbleaohod ltaob shirt and blue woolen 18(4. fj'ta a-^wed that ha %as hot in 0 *0f hla beat ae ha took* the sttoaee with— " MllladgeTille's a food place, Mr. Boyce's letter contains more errors, and they are of a more dangcrona charac- ter, than have yet emanated from any Southern man, professing friendship for the Caupe in which we ar$ struggling. Some of than Ma errors of theory, as to the nature and capacity of Repu...

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