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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 January 1865

—=5= THK HOUSTON TR.I-WKEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL XXX—NO 199 houston monday january 2,3 1865 WHOL1 NUMBER—3817 IK ■A J Interesting Northern Itenu. From the New York News of Jouuttry 11th, we take tho following adtfitionul items: u qljiit nus1bsk of tbsbme ,8. , -, At MY OF lit* I'uTJKaO, Jau.V i'.SW. Affair* In Mils <.t:! y have t>. tu wl't.out I' l< lo' *oiictl i. p.si, I'm uny jccunvrtccs welch very Hi- c ■ n jt' y v( .'#.up U!4) b t ,g o c n!'JU*l • *ti u.l be- b<:: w. •• t:,V .tcexcUa .# b ol couu-ilrc^l.ts lioui lu - b aeries n fc 'Jlh - l it-?* courts r««ia- ftH Utlo >, STe.Ui'iuj i* ur t X'.'CU I t h, k p up* lie*# ia*-. « 0*: u< .-. 01 i > JVatu d'iti o:.e l u fe—Mit- I tl* j tor «.t eoriKw i t ie AH wliu *re i <# ***J «• 1 J en- t hui-M. e tho w * Uiv MWi/ly ^ * r t r«' -shot, fue , di tue Ko?rb i.atf v« r ItL-l. Me t ot U>- r^ft liumi.fci • t m-cria*# dai'yi*. cur iiu iron.* o .tP r*ufcr,<1 i© o, J Wh0«ii|ii ril'; l! U' b ot C UM i'ptb, ov«*r U> ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 January 1865

ftUVfckliiffrlf graph b a. fcuiHfW# Wiw « fwntw HOUSTON JANUARY 21, 1865.. Sill-J AUKNTS 0¥ THU *> HiURAPH. for th' Mowtarci at osr subuctl' rrs. wo mMM iMifw the rocrtpta of any i*t wboai r *aM •< *&«• nfflco J - i i!o*si>drts. L< ~„.M K KUpttrM Aastio, Travt* n>oui'.......... —* M «ir««t indorion. 8r fas#* Wfcto MDIM t XrOors B 'Hthfrt loiiot a. ?•> •.. « * 0 nt$tr lastmp, BuMro' W 0 D ' tiy ■in urn. — — •Bhsn, r .Bin.-............—........* AC«Mw B . Old H| lugs. M L-Oi «..■# M*kete Beltoa. 4*1. .H -po*li iprBet. Bor—..."—•••—•5£*!1'R7.b" IrlnotOd «ah*.. —^......T T HtfUBW itysmV Sijii i®, Mt mi w 0 *yp«rt |osb iii . i r • ■* ~ — w 0 *mebr i lioton. D. WH O II H *xto i oiamMa Urton - * I £w ta ibappoil lint. WafetagtSB W U Miwwm •onln«h*iu'«. B ir<ip .«.W A Browa low Mpiino P..'k. 0 0 f[<— tori- U1II Wl|1l«mron....._ ... J F. tin* 1st Sprint-. Austin >....* M C'sHta SS&teS.'teE: irackoti, 11 of©" o'Btnbnr. Oo'or d"...... iWw |i, B<< rlw>...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 January 1865

> filledgeville, Gov. lirown assembled the onvicts cuutilled in tlie penitentiary, ami iformed them that those who were willing vMjinteer could do ao; and that in cauti iey mode good and faithful soldiers, he ould pardon them. Out of one buudred nd tweuty-.-ix but four refused the offer, 'hey immediately organized into a eouipa- v. and elected the notorious Dr. Roberts Captain. Seme five or six of the worst haratfljp were, very properly, denied the rivilegeof volunteering. We copy the following frvtu an Illinois ^er : A. e're'e of gay younji bachelors wan r<'wn into confusion a day ivUto a„o y the desertiou of ouc of their number, ho fell a victim to the charms of a hcau- v ;ul and amiable young lady. For some r 3se best koown to himself, the enamored en edict kept the matter a secret, and ithout inviting his bachelor friends to e wedding, had the knot tied in an unos- ntatious manner, and started on a bridal ur to some pleasant village in Illinois. His friends, of course, hea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 January 1865

=a aiUh.c-jr<i.' c,r*<i4 w ■Co good c*a e in wb t we have shmvn above to regard these torpedoes a to-' thing but the humbug ROmo people pretend to beliere. We have said nothing of rail- j road tratafl not less than twelve or fifteen of We doubt if tbe public, and perhaps the ! which have been d*moM|.'d \v these vvv military attach that consideration to torpo-! P° of war- The aggbwaie tMtruciiou by Iri-Wfcktg &rlcjraj h HOUSTON. JANUARY 83. I6«5. theiu iu two years will rtmtih miUions, Surpassing iu fact, in dcatructivenens, in proportion to cost every other appliance of war with which men of modern times arts acquainted. . — ■■ « ■. W® received Gov. Murrah's noble sd- dnpg to the people at too ia e an hour to ooramcnt up u it t -«lay. Our price current is omitted this mo n" ir g for want of time to prepare it. does to which their importance justly enti- tke them. The frcqo-ut reports of the fail Ure of theee mfiaes of wai. the boast of tho fmT:>:n that iheycan clean tho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 January 1865

■Lu„ < f 2^ THE HOUSTON TRI WEEKLY y^PH. VOL XXX—NO 200 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY JANUARY 25 1865 WHOLE NUMBER—3818 INTtilttK 11KU BOVTUtKN NtWs. The following extracts from late Rich- mond and Charleston paper?, will prove of no little iaterett to our rea>ler ; f niu the R'.ciiroond Wulg.Dec. 50. I lloji bud been f<> ' l.ttioia y defested he wonM have lust more 800 iiMaoners lu the bitlle, mid *uulih ve retreat*o mme ilian iweiity.-lwo wller la ihe dr-i l*o <i«>aid more than nlotiee.i tn iLe tbtee sue ei din/. II he ha 1 t J i tea thousand men It wo M hav# bem fr..in h pursuit much ruo:e rapid than (but ot Thouias. who. five days auer trie twill*, bad «n.y advanced two ty-.dx n.l e-lu nirsu'*. If he had lost 20 U0U tuei In at', uut ot (KM hi the Yankee# say, h® wt.uid uot have uia le it aland forty-i.ue uille* 1'uttl the ueld ol - btttl>. If be bad lost dliy-elght canuon, mill lu.-" w ul I he have made a Haul. If I t* army W'i dls- organised after lull ok so large • po...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 January 1865

5sa liiWcelslg If graph K B. ODfBTie. Uitar aid Mmw a HOU8TON. J AN UAMY 24. 1865. =*S- AtiUin Of TUB fUiMIRlPH. SS^S?— KKKlfrV* Aontln. Xr« U M M Ur<rit w ttrlnaa —W*«A« * --II Sfefcr— 1, f .oln.—..... >«•, M l«-ouau. w o D'.nr ..-..Hu'0« OmIHg T A O.ldWaB r i«m< I'il.Qoi s >■ f^^T====fSS« I HMI.WMkiBatM~~.~~W II Btaermaa i, V*fh'V Joe Arnold p-.-—.-... * AUr w ——C 0 Villa l...<*'..—M..J Kit oj'L .. m. Polk...... ^pES®-. • Or-ek, mm ... - j/sr**. , II >a«*on -—..... ——W M tartar t ii.Cektradu ...-J r STlHe. k jotufmery ............J kti£.fg« r|£lU4Jr«u.^——. ——.fart. Maf r — li*, Dailua —.....—-—"J *• Btl dtlll Bait* t *rh0 ——..n H P Va >nlu fB^ISfterssA $S£.. Oa^i-too. Oa<Wa« n L«J>a4lfeA rll w Qrcaawtdc'*Mill, B it • J Or*ao* ! jtifrt'W s Wuitamara ...—.— < K I**'*#- 0 "41 - KfcEE^ a«'«D«. Km.... ...—...~iiwWad SmeiwSfe?a5E£^fls t ims:tgag^rr=;fflSSr. n**^1 —— 3WPr UbmrVMbe.ty, Long Point. W *tili,gU)a-. ■Mtarar, ll*«jo P Uiraiilw ..OH I _ -M Hntherfo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 January 1865

h )ur the ifcd us. to •hi, nd :)y IC- :*v ]v V ^ duced at lioiuo ? Is it wise or patriotic T There are also being manufactured in this town spinning jennies of good quality, and during this week a wool carding ma- chine has oeen successfully put in opera- tion. Keep the ball in motion—every homo production helps to insure liberty for us all. Yours, &c., MANSFIELD. I'aUerillieii Collr«e>«—Normal School* Ed. Til— Unfortunately wt> differ In oar recollec- tions ol ihe titles .<r.d clams of Ciinb 'due and Ne H'av.vi. I have bound volun es of co'loke cutslojfU • tn niy lib.try n.'.w t Blireveport, and herce, e«n t.p> sk only from memory. A to the liability, that a 'Mate Uulverklty." without p'oprsti'e ena'ts.m.iy become a "bone of tontetitloj," Ion only nay, v Hi bio hlctory which 1 van lay before your read rs tr oi ui'fa lrd do u'nent , are worth all putesneca - U or ilu. spun theoroM. £Aa the only degree conierred by the U'.tversttv o! Vj , U A. M , and th tls atl lued ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 January 1865

' -■% Uri-Weeklg felegvxp k HOUSTON JANUARY 26, 1865. Oar n«tg*)tnr. the •• New a,"" oonttlo* % recent ariole ia a oooaervatire and pa'rl- otio aptrit, under ibi caption, '-It the Dis- oussion of 8i U Right*, neaetaary, or wfca, or prudent, At this litaa V Without aub> acribieg to tk« whole of it, over/ oorreot thinker will admit the couod vindication of tbo aaoMvea of the Elitor, who, aa he ■aja, "the ua4«vUiing advocate of State Right* for more than thirty joara," whilst oootending against ths sectional majorities .of the N'.r'h for the political rights of the Bonth—sow. that we aro fightiog against those ■^{••rifies, composed of araics on tbo battle field, for oar very rxistenoe m a people, do*a not consider this the time "to make Isaacs between the States of cur Confederacy end oar eommm govern- ment," wbieb hazard oar hnrmocy, es ite jealousy end division, weaken devotion end efforts in the oommoa cans#, and tend to prevent the o^noentraiion of nil our resources end strength...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 January 1865

THE YOL XXX—50 201 HOUSTON TRI WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. HOUSTON FRIDAY JANUARY 27 1S63 WMOL1 H UMBER—8119 I'llw Uennaa >l.*rUet tor Krdernl Boud l-cdrral If tcriiim. C'trrn'pond nee of tl.o Lv.dou lodes. Vienna, 0c . 20, 1804 —One journey performed by railroad Is po very much like any oth r accomplished by the fame mode of locomotion that, with the excep- tion of what may be seen and heard during i he occaaionul pauses, a description of thd inoidei ts of one would equally d scr be them nil. 1 am quite sure that ou would find but little to iutercst you in the deiud of commonp'ace events attending a journey from London to Vieuna. I sloped for a day in the free city of Frankfort. This, is as you are doubtless aware, an important point for t! e traffic in Federal bolide, and in the human n c s~ary to fill up the broad gaps made in Federal armies by Confederate bullets. This trade is carried on so brUkly, ami with so litt'e attempt at concealment, thai the day berore my a'rival, a Fraukfnt j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 January 1865

elf graph S B. C&BHIWB. Miter ul Preonewtr mVSYON JANUjtKY 28, LOM-i AtiUNTH OV rU« tl LtUK*fU for the cot ra> tacca «♦ btir *ob cilt er*. wjyob'k • tbt of ear AmiiU, ika raa«ipU of *"T °f wtoow u* Id at Oil* n co: *«udn«, L« R M KflMftMi M M or.nl ..W a Donojr ...Rafo« OalM T A Quid mU ... M<k(X - .H «P«r«!o ...■ Samp-on — ._ .T T WMtUmi .ask—!8&r. ■Aw&^=5'issr jntiA:'f=--r pf& uoS5SkC w, MW'Mlmm« %y-- , Ni*«TK 0>.~4 BW loat«emary....v tf. Bwtf <MU U Motnka -OH PTcnbui Ume«tOR«.... .W Boo'k „„WD. H EIM. UMMwNtof „.J J Orcfnrcd* terzdWMT'" ~..J00 A dark* a^«t-iKcr^tea Uom, A*t««oa CO ■H«'7 Kyle iji'ltnn. Ban*'of! —R it Dlck on rt,t3 MWf>V 2 HeBjJMjntfl .Ltt rt'-.......- —...Tti'* W Kejr w. T)W....i O U P 0«Toad«r It u. Wi'o^n w B BaibtrUml Potut, WMhlngton .... .Jf Rutbarfoid rav, M' x(c° ~ Wj Itn.ftPf..,™. 8 S Wird — — ^ "« tevr> r ckh rt, Marty lioo'rr, Si'inUtomery —~0L 8 Jones nkto ORtjr. B«y .w Wjlaep* («M ao ll)0 M*dl 0D f WHirmi T&m*—.......

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 January 1865

r n- ,b)o lTL i iilit A: iro- L- It 11 «'!, t ind ir Re- ef', vtd ,<Mr our irs <et td ea<l A- :iJ r' lt'S f> ens ion 0- vro d- •tfi- •es- 11 (5 Lhe jur :iat rill : t oe try a' : me sal Din- ed pc- is wn PP. tr- ri- ed ma M 1v0 of mr nd ng ro iii- >ur li- as ar- lc vo ow >r- or it K u#* of f0 i), he :TU Or 30 '0- i<l ill 10 of ence to going to .Mexico for that purpose. All the merchants of this place need to do now, will be to let the people in the country know what they have got, iu other words, advertise their business • j The Herald establishment seems to be do- ing a good business. The News, also pub- lished here appears to be well patronized. Col. Sweet is one of the most popular writers in our State, and Col. Logan can't be beat as a business manager. lie is au old typo, can see further, in financial affairs, with his one eye than many others witluboth. Tho merchants of this city advertise largely in the Herald, and it is the best investment they can make. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 January 1865

n V * W Dispatches announce the restoration or Oen. Johnston a imioricn vtlfltlllyl Gen. Jobseph E. Johnston to the command ; 7«l to be m*le ia ,hi3 **r W' "r" W • ' uf the army from which be war removed in in such matteri Is but llitl HOUSTON. JANVAhY 27. 1865. The difficulties railroad companies are now laboring anior are very great. During the first year or two of the war, most ot them had good stocks of snpplies, such as machinery, extra rails, and material gen- erally of fof if?n production. They could afford to tu do buHinofi-s for compen- sation barely sufficient to pay their work- men, and they continued at old rates of freight and , passage, long after the cur- Mocy was depreciated to a half pr a third •f its face value. But now this is all Their stoek is more rapidly de- in usefulness than even Conf-d- enrrency, while .to replace it requires an outlay of from three to five times the old prices, and they can replace the worn oat malarial in bat small quantities and at gnytt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 January 1865

▼OL XXX—!fO 202 THE HOUSTON TRI- HOUSTON MONDAY JANUARY JH) TELEtrKAjrrf. Fnun the IM-pmei't I "Aatlher Hur utw Mhinea oa lllcb " A Tribute to the Memory of the NutA* Citburnt. by mail. ii a j'.nbikos. Ao itliray of I'ghl ban tt-M—another 8 lUthBrn brave Ilatb is'ileu 1b bis c m; try'* cauw, aud foucd a tanre til Jitt; Iiatb fa*'en, tut til-i de itblens nams shall live whtu s'arstbell set, . ... ,, For, *o*da Olfburna! thou art one the world wll ne'er target. 'Tli1 ta*.U>y warm heart beaU no mxc: " S that oa tky * Awael pi -c«d her icy band, and tbou art with the «ie d Tuega clng of thine eyea are <31 d; no mora wllltbey be b light. Oiitli they opM ta Psredtee with clearer, haa?antler light. No batti" now disturb* thy reat upon the suib-lght >i ore, >'o cla lou voice awake aa tbaa on earth to wreatie uiou, No tramping atead, no wary /oa, bid* thee awifce, arise 1 ' , For tb hi art hi the angel world beyond the sWrr? aktea. Brave Cleburne! draw in thy low bed with [I'alse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 January 1865

V 1 w coaimie, tditw «U Proanetor HOUSTON. JANUARY 98. 9* 1865. aukntm qv tun vntKuatAru. t«r the convenience ot our subscribers. wr ^ubli h • tint of oar Asir.U, the receipt* of any of whom ere vend at tbte wictft „ a. «... Alexandria, Le_....——— RM KtlpeUV-k Austin, Travis county-— M M or art l Grimes...... ..Oeotae Wyche 6M«===3aHBs • i«jp.BMtroj^...-....„...... W O P ;u tg HUl.Gooei riwy "®y l Osi.'« .Jfiaawsr=qfA£B~" OB. B*U .... * .. 3 *pB'*t flit. Far*, t. .K g«o-w or ir.0nt.U0i a le .Tf « ryent'* Bum an, .WC firi>«' nonvtn*.Drill D ... .............. WO Buclff , D-WtiCe .............. Ht oelm. Brsr >F **uln on. VV 11 fHhW" j> VV'« V*0'! 7jr- - w 1 jwitii tula'i, A <v*r lnr« PO'k -9SIT'*-" I King - H S Oa-ke * Ma „ Jflf „ t Spring*, AB.vttrl ' , 11'WW igSfcr -4 . Mterk* ¥ J- ukli ZH W Onor'r>«* .Mllest-—.— Jj^f* W U Tarter . Dojen -.-MTJ J B George It. Medina........).—.- F*r<i. Mm" siDalUa.lL .1 W. Swl d4U -rf. £«««„ >>U P (MUu Blew, Limestone.... ;W ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 January 1865

M lELECilUril. 5 by ao.l iki: trie e 't * r n/ il>i " Si. ■iW I faoi that the Goor>;i t re.troed in Sherman's * ! rear ore now Rire.stiug most of the 8'rag. Camuex, Jhu. 27th, ItWo. | «iio& VauWet'o, uuJ delvieriu£ ihuu up to From Memphis papers of the 17tb. our authorities. Nf,w VuitK, Jan. 14.—The World's The lion. Thompson Allen, Counuis- Washingt'iu special says there are rumors fuouer of taxes, has ma<le another decision in that city that the peace commissioners j in regard to taxes, which especially inler- asked penuissum to cross over our liues, aud that no reply reached them Dates from Mexico to tjio 28th show that the republican troops are still giving the imperialists plenty to do. Between four and tive thousand troops defeated the lie- publicans at Etta. Throughout Southern Mexioo the sup- porieis of Juarez are active, lu one town the Imperial garrison revo'trd an i put 'he prefect to death. They ov jlI the ltepiib- licans. The Times' Ci'y Point special t-iys...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 January 1865

gti-<foMff rig tuft HOU8TON JANUARY 30. 1865. Ho •uaaanlaa Ion trill pablsred la tbl* pi(«r ntfpt it Ikl optl«i of the editor, tod than naif wfcea-a reapanaible Ma* or reference ee- * H. kaewa la ifc<- editor. O .Mantesl D«dwl«ot<l to advance the p r- •oaaltor political Interest* of lodlvidueU, *11 obkairtMaul aierrlac* aotleee. pereonal vladl- etUaae af eli'Htif. sol rondarail b««mhry by •IfHH aoUiaotkMM l lk road log solum >• of IkU paper, eta., wlfi be pabllebed oaly aa alvar- tl'eateata. . , Oarr«a oalMo* eo t *eleg. Jateraatlng ta ** toil :it d^from all pont* aol wkaa deelred will CorretpoadeaU wilV write rakol ni aMaof Ika paper. Wi aakaa aa eap*eUl favor that all pwumt re eUrlif papers laaatkaa two aotlka iM, ea*t af tka Miaeiaelp l,or from any forelge oooatry. will glv« aa MM >o aftkaia till wa e*n lay their aaa- tosta before the pabllo. All aaek paper* will ka lik wulji paid for if desired. auch facta will be 'ad to deny m ' 'a oi- j pos ibly b« more complete...

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

THE HOUSTON TRI-WF.KK ■,. TELEGRAPH. k TOE. XXX-r50 203 HOUSTON AVEDNESDAT FEBRUARY 1 186.-5 WHOL1 NUMBER—3821 Ctoiral 1'rice and lL« JllMourl Ixpedl. Clan. Me. Euitob.—For a few week's past the pubHc tuiaJ lias been nut a little dis- turbed by newspaper publications, ia re- g ..rd tc tlie expedition ol a portion if our army iato Missouri, uader the command of (Jen. Prioe. Yoor paper has gtr? tit publicity to some articles highly detii- ueut&l to the character ^of Gen. Price, (>nd as an act of jastioe to him, to the pub- lic aud the truth of history, his friends desire to t e-heard in his define® through 1 lie same chant.el. « , < Ti e first and prinoip'e article to which I ,VsU to call attention, is that emanating from Thos. 0. Reynolds, who claims to be the Governor of Missouri, first published by <he Texas Republican, and copied into your paper of the 4ih iust. Your issue of 12?It inst , also contains an article signed "•?iDSSY," in which the writer becomes jubilant ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 February 1865

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Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 February 1865

The ed ss " re- [i£ci- to ap- |to the luu« t'Ose OSii- inutl witfc ino« ■slip ^avea uve^ |vines| pari) nsisu fch 8oJ |11>. ind le, o C |Maj( |entr li ni ' festal goo I Kiel UyLi |J<rai! tin [lOSt mai fry si ■ mil*, Mian |is iiuj worl J push] Ineacj • I liner' IwhitV tlif |>®- lies a| ~ In opj tool • Ih tbt lor the Ihould |an es- jful to jwspa- |nd re- rably. for the more than river |<ks in lh less Jill be |ng re- laying id it en to I build J)intedfr |State. some iter is the fcished Icultu- 1 nit; in | 1 ssing , ed all iJSk« lendid, I'd up- Icould Mar lufels. ■ Jrt , as Ifarir.-'' scat- i rc al- f and | lot re- i lTX. up in Vicksburg, sneaking occasionally lorth as a rat frooi his hole. The entire area of Texas is ours—uo icvad.r's t'uut pollutes the soil In Virginia, Grant bap lost two hundred thousand men and gained nothing. Two-thirds of Tennessee is ours and the remaining third hangs in the bal- ance. In Georgia, the Yankees bold ex- actly the spaoe occupied by their ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 February 1865

HOVSTpn. rfi&RUARVb ' mm Mf, sasapt M tbe OfllN Of lb* t< •divkn > mtowfcU ••■• or • o«mpe*lee U, Hm to «w t ! to St MMWMU'IH «(U w to 4kl| rjusdthoa fffcWM# M- lh W- oblairtecaad aurrls«e eotl***; persoeat vladi PS K Mt IW<W1I<<IWW >7; jsfcss^&yw^ss Corro p daale will writ* oabut oh side of wTStu aa especial favor tbsl *11 MNpit tolrltsMMf* iDftlku tore Mill Oil, rest of the fir " " - — " 1L jHberal/ MM t r V desired F« . mbw Mr faroign eoantrv. will M . All'' tSMI ('P8^HPv W1|l Dv At the ehfrieel; request of gentleman of atandtog<wb*>is known to us, and who v«uclMlpr ft« entire responsibility as well m bfghefcir^ctef1 of, Dr. Kavanaugh, wo publish kit defsnoe of Gen. Price to-Jay. So far as tbe defence of Gen. Price is con- -corned, we take pleasure l#o making this publication, bat the depreciating personal refloctions upon Gov. Reynolds are not at all to oar taste, and bat for this request, would Lav* forced as to reject the article. Qov. Reynolds ...

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