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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 February 1865

A" TOL XXk—NO 204 THE HOUSTON TRI-WIIKKLY TELEGR^ ... HOUSTON FRIDAY FJBItUARY 3, I860 *■ but from Ion* oinflnemtut wlikn .Hi U« of * cold and damp dungeon, d«b*md from the free tlrof Ileavta, and torm;ntftd i>*tl hi* wrioked erne) and vlatile.ive (o eoul.j iu*nt. Th« all teeing eye ot tbe Kteroal Qnj W« oetrate<l the dark reoeursof theta Yaiktsnialtei. Offlssm are literally packed Into tbe u^rovcisemlnU ot ' f withcutpty. Out of • number of WH0L1NU|IBER—3822 MESSAGE OF OOVEBNOB ALLEN. We would delight, but for want of room, to publish the whole of Gov. Allen's late message to the Louisiana Legislature. We make room for some extracts from those portions of the most general interest, and tHo most spirited character. • With his operations is financial economy, his exportations of cottin, importations of goods, etc., although matters of the great- est interest io the people of Louisiana, we have little to do, and we pass by his refer- ence to them. But when he comes to talk of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 February 1865

®eUgtaj* m. . cu«HDf. wmr «m f«mmm HOUSTON. FBBRVARV 2. 1845. Mikim or tMtttiwMra. •* M Kllpc'rlnk :.^o8b.rt^ ...0 M OuarMT ...W 0 Benny >Q*MS " iw«H jRtoa.. iSSS«iSu&K£ Lextoftos, BartwoD SS^tSKSfc— Lltertr. Liberty.......—..... Leon*, imm Jiiratiii Wilton Oo....«, XiOBf Point, WMblngtoo- pbsfe— Ma* Ntf'r «. W. Swindell* .0 H P Sc.mUn ::::SSs41K.. *' tBentow DW 'e zdrffcftr" Jno A Clarke :^mw qSj® ro Gregory ........ ■ H«DM>n«uiU ..tbo« WKey O H P Oevender W 8 8atberl*nd ..... ,.M Rntherford —J yJw<P - Klltord. KtlM MfiSon R«rogV>,Kefti|1o M Ucord«, MaWgonU. HlltlMd N w Bran uf«l«.OonMl.. Jfo* ""Jj** OwontTlllo, Robert oonoty Ojo. Jonng Oakland. Colorado. _..Dq N «r MRS* t .Mrs Lonl*e Banner . Yonn Arabia tee.OaMwall. --J*- W.Onuwtorner Port Sullivan, .Th<g Martlo Prto^a Urtek, DeWltf Palctttnr. Anrierw ........ A K M^OInro Pin Oak, PM-ette .... £ y Tattle e£ An«on&B Ratmvlile. pm x*r O Dewr .....C L, Bobulie 0 Brhard ?1IS P floijtiea \dk .... •>& w««t...

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

Holders of bonds on ibe General Treasury,! us as of that on the old States, will be required to present their certificates. Art. 2. The presentation of these cer- tificates will be made in the obligatory space of two months, to date from the publication of this decree, by creditors living in the localities comprise! in the State of Mexico, District and Valley of the same name, Peubla, Vera Cruz, Quere- taro, Guanajuato, Miohoacan aud TiasoaU; a space of four months for those living in the States of Bajaca, Colima, Jalisco, Aguascalientas, Zioatecas, Tamaulipas, San Louis Potosi, Nubto Leon and Coahu- Iila; a space of Bir months for those living in Tehauntepec, Chiapas, Tabasco, Isla de Sirmen, Yucatan, Sonora, Sinaloa, Cali- V IV rg I forma, Durango and Chihuahua; and, ' lastly, a space of eight months for those 1 creditors who are outside of the territory , of the Empire. ( Abt. 3. The bonds that will not be presented in tha time fixed, shall not be included in the operation of ver...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 February 1865

3w-W«M0leJe|*affc HOUSTON FEBRUARY 3, 1805. No NWNitottln will kiMblM)*4 la this p*Mr. riMfl at tbe opttoa of tie editor, u4 than onlf when a iMfouhl* bum or reference it- ecmpaates U, kin* lo ths editor. Ooamnn toe t less designed to Ut «m iba per- oiil or political tat* rests of lsdlrtd«s1s, all tblti>rlai aad eierrlage notices, personal viodl mM readers* aeeeesavy by H adverse pablleetfoai • '■ raadtag columns of tble pspsr, ete«, will be i uoiWhed oil; aa adver- ltNPIltli Oerrsspoaleae* 'mh-aclrg Interesting nova •«IWMfttaallpoliti,u4 whao daalrad wlU flMHB t&f a % Corrs'pindenti will wrlta on bit oaa aUa of thepaper. Wo aak M aa t special favor tbat all persoas re- ceiving papers kai tbaa two months old, HMt ol tba Musisslppl, or froai ar t 'orolga country. will give as the ase of them till we cm lay their eon- rente before ths paMie. All eoh papers will ba llbeia'ly paid foy Ifdeelw*. Our Elate Uovomuieni in tne present crisis Lat dutfce to perform of the great- est res...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 February 1865

THE HOUSTON TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ▼OL XXX—NO 205 HOUSTON MONDAY FEBRUARY 6, 1865 WHOL1 NUMBER—3823 Further train the N. V. ripenj to Jan 18:h From the tolerably full flies of New l'ork papers of Jan. 13th to 18ih, we take the following interesting intelligence. The description of the cap*ure of Fort F.'aher, as giren ia all the paper?, id> stripped of its Terkriage as follows: PRIDaT, Jjnuuy 13, 18 55 At elsbt tell* [ftur o'clock) lu <t inomliw, wt ™pr. •Tons.-U Irom our (.lumbers i y 4 una from ih> il «- p'.lpa d the tiurnl. gofhe pienaratory signal ot re at,a g-een a-t ul. Indication that It 1* time to be u, kpdsttirlijr. At tlVf o'clock the ^ecnil slgn il was Riven ly t'« flig-e.lp, "(Jit aider welgli," when the wort o w< ldhl'.g anclorj. c nuuie. ce<l. and ut hnlt-pa i tt.t tbe ot tho division*! commanders to tnoveljr- ward werf> given At b qiurto' to pe ven (he Admiral Mgna"e<l. "Forn itnaof o«'U'*." Wbereuionthe Brojklyn, «l'h bn line of vets Is, moved alon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 February 1865

* J* 9vM0tfUg8tltgt*pl HOUSTON. FEBRUARY 0E9 or MMiMflMrB. SAswsasurs Mar* - • . P an Zriruama Ems Uf0rt*- .........Mrs •oantr;:;^ D sa I^8gi8i^^afe 1^71, U E=$&&wm Ik. g'JWD.Tenport kekaoQ H D Buurt m Hill. Washington Co. -ATKarr Ca..'... A l mm W « ««« Tiavta. .Autla. f9ra5^«. Root* Agent oo the Houston * Ttau _snts*whsn they oan will fever asi by fcmrf- 3)(WBfS^!HrtK * LcOtta.OH POtvendST. SSfSwSS? ^ ^ ' 'L '^llilini DlMCf .Oetllng * Ce. t ; The subject of feeding tile «caqr has at- tractedMome little attention of.lfcte, and ■we are glai to hear that aof improvement ii&e fMtons of the goMfcr h already ob- •eirntifi Wfi trust tho ii&provejbent will 4a en.until all just causes , of dlssatlsfac- , tfatt Wreaaaved. We bsiieve this will he '* the'caae,, and with the ohjeotof suggesting tQ soldUejcshpw they can idlprove their own «ondltiontifa are led to submit some ideas <t( oarown. -t • v, '/'.J * W* seam to have eettleddown upon Hgf ti t business.1 and it becomes ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 February 1865

A items or Istextat. v In the New Orleans Era of a late date we fiW the United States Marshal's ad- vertisement of the monition of condemna- tion of the following vessels, viz: Science, Lowood, Geziena, Hellegonda, Alabama, Morris, Julia, Medora, Mary Anne and Flash. J. H. Forney ia spoken of in Washing- ton as the probable successor ofMr. Welles in the Navy Department. , The Chicago Times, in noticing the ap- pointmeut ot Chief Justice Chase, calls it "opening the temple of justice to the in- fluence of faction." The Loudon Army and Navy Gazette saM: In consequence of the recent capture by a Federal cruiser of a distinguished officer of her Majesty's navy while in command of a blockade runner, Mr. Seward addressed representations through Lord Lyons to her Majesty's government, which have led to a stringent order on the subject. The Admiralty have caused it to be no- tified to the officers engaged in the exciting - nnd frequently profitable pursuit of com- ^ merce by blockade runnin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 February 1865

k" w M- . i ^ I h 41 i * «ri Sd-WeeM|lt1f|rapli tfOVBTON FEHRVJinY 4, IMS. I« MBMllMloi Will *#•* *•« ta Jfc' peaor. accept at the op«*" of tie editor. and then oaty wtoes a retpoealble or iibruH to- llBlinlfi ft. koe e • the editor. OtBMtleatlensdestined ttOjrwBlti per- MBBl BT palttteal «awr*(M of tadl deals, all •kl'itrlN aad marriage notices, personal vtodl MttMi f cb .rieter. aot rendered neeeseary by 2*fly«a f^bllavlnat la the readlcg eelemee of Alt paper, ate., «U1 te published oaly u adver- IlKBWta. Corrsepoa leae* emb-ierog n amUjt BB a aeUelud Ircm all potati, aa« wbas desire* arUI be mM for. ' Carre* poadenta Bill write «bat oaa tide of tk*BB tb . ' V«Hl tmita'betare th* peblte. ill eec* paper* will b liberally paid for ifdeolred. t i - P It •> Ife [t i >■ 1 / i Mr *' % '«• f'J • * ft Ia * recant Article upon the duties of the " State Gov*nment, we remarked that it hai bean whiajv wl, thai it was its duty, 'In the last resort to take care of the des- tiny of Texas, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 February 1865

Vs", TIIK HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. \ VOL XXX—NO 206 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 8, .8-5 TEX48 ITEMS From the Snn Antonio Herald. I During the pust week, ou flissV'en rendered quite lively, by tlie i.irist daily arrivals of long watioii trains -of cotton, westward bound. To whom it aII belong* we cannot say. but we presume the most of the supply now en route for Mexico, is mov- ed on privntf account ■h We notic« a goodly number of onr ine^ chants are constantly in the receipt of fres™ supplies of goods. We a gue from this that tiade mast be pretty brisk with h m, wlu-re there is no soiling, there is no need of buying. Those of our reader* abroad who will take the trouble to examine the prices cur- rent, will see that goods ca« be purchased in this ma ket, nearly as low as in limwiis- ville, and really much Ipwer, than parties can go from the up country, o from Eas- tern T-xas to Brownsville, make their pur- chases and return The merchants of this city, have the means of coutrolit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 February 1865

ErUflffMn ®elf graph WVZTON FEBRUARY 7, IS65. AVkNt* <1^ TW« futfcUKl'tt*, mm *w mw |«icf al Mtf ■Wl ***1 •''illM'k Sft&S ..* M K"m*rW ** M..r i „M • <w Wfcba ....M MM* ft IZI7.W i ,,,,,, ' ■ y.i « V W —*■* T A 0*1 tW*M - r«nr, . r *i< S^lfer. J # I W"1 I i 1 # •!*• h'ftm m hi snim*** . .( M il _.™_—{•■"•f HI ,, _.t T whi M W « «*f rt ia<4fr. !• '*• ■ ••• —* JJ L' J**' IO«H. D WHO*— 1 ■ to «*"• '&+ZZL-.* , ."r3u.i J I ISMlnclUMW'1 ' n- .w a l n [«MS^3C===2||£ •ll 11* t *«*IIW..*a*Mn...... SSSlsaJtor: i m UaitiiSWS .. mJ r"W t .•N.Bail* ib .iimd —-. \ b<:"« ; f :i-:rr=rrr-4"v« r fSM&fi'o V" .!.►« Ila -• - — *T 'h*i}rAl?£ m 4«t e-iai.. u*'«<r -*•••- V (4..w , wi kmii*"* KM1' • 41 •• «"" —* •• ••*5 «•««< — - Vllt-V|i|r, Waifce) ' (••.rjt*. u« « It WO*** MM. 4 J M K v7t « —.B.u „• JUi-a.. a • ,.........§ N<invar W H" Hh .„-....Ja • A 0«rks .jMtlll W ► llHaklV CI' 1st m. A* er Ml ■M.JIKMIIm., aUam* Kyi* l h li • Ctt> bM'r Mtt t% wnt"«M *** <) B ■...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 February 1865

dred. They wera encamped and iih'i with ing rebel societiin in England. What tb^m women and children. They are said n bel societies in England are to the United to have Ivcn finely armed with tony range Satis, lViiimi am-ietie* in the Unit-d guns, but their holies were quite poor and States aio to England—only not quite to weak. TV number of our meu engaged in 1 formidable. On the whole. I think that j 1 I > < vk the tight we have uot ascertained, but the casualties reported wou'd in >cate a good- ly nuinlier. Our forces were repulsed in their attack on the Indian camp, with a loss of twenty killed and thirty-live wounded, and were driven back, leaving the «!a it in the banda of the savages. As to the loss sustained l>y the Indians, we are unable to •ay anything, and we regrot that we are in {losaesaiou of only such meagre information n relation to the tight to furnish to our readers. The to'lowing letter is another account •f the same attair: Hamilton Count*. 1 January ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 February 1865

* m a Houston. FMmnr. a. ims. ho a aiiiW'-iilrn'ot*aph 1* peb't* Many Y"- Wi~+ y •« W iwfciy. T«rw* ••' ^mkaeripiUa* < W* |her~*w?u1r'-~W — * ... « * ^ ii>tt|N«rl| tlu«4 titacupnti'ie I • l<« • U i u> tin tMMI PW > M. 0 llaaO < *P*Cl*l *rreng*«Mal U|U ODi.Uaiy Xormo 0( A4vertUI-«i , v.. , m a u eatts aba t.*w.tii#. ii W It. iw lii III la. UO'..— ...IO .—.61 ....J* M~...S* 3.1, ntntiU'Wuui iVwAget* Mixw- - « —*-— 41 * ..... 93 l« iw VatM * et Agile ity . i«*&%/,■ •< l"*1 StiSAaCB U pai*r. artiboetth. t>0 pUbltrb«U 1* lb. pliWeiithr >*q<ie le<l to* onla taluf • Hoi It* ilWWMfrl I.H "III Qtftlfa |illtlllMM<l OM £ < ItW 0*1 *£• ",lh Mm Ut>i kMttlkli, will be pubitrbad MM ktlt-1 Vm+t* ere (Mr <iit'iUMuw<uM • net Ik iiai«aa<i net "iio lot bid." A • rtuaoieita "ili> 1 ba" Will be charged 1m m low ad^ertl-emaii'* « .•! . orataoetoei'.o "wilt 'fe' ikU 9*pnr x*'pt m theop.too of *b oCttor. aad tk«> •a!) wken a iw M r l r iei u> l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 February 1865

I < uf* ~F. TilK HOUSTON TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL XXX—NO 207 HOUSTON Bl H % . camoe>, Fob. t, 1865 , The Memphis Bulletin of the 45th conr tains the following !• i . m •' puiiadki.fhu, Jan. 91st—A letter from W isliin ton states that Blair returned to Richmond with I'm! authority from Lincoln to give safe conduct to Washington for Peace Commissioner- from Pre-ident David! W^sHtS^TO.v, Jan. SI.—Heavy Hiring from Petersburg Friday morning, result not known. An arrival >ram City '.'Point yeste' day tates that there was a great; deal ot firing The rebels werri jubilaut over something Thursday uight, and iudulged extensively in cheering, bellj ringing, &c., lor hours. Admiral Porter,s d'talled report of the attack on Fort Fi her gives ,the, total nuin ber of naval officers killed aud wounded 21 ; others Killed, wounded and wishing, 200 ; He states that the rebels have blown up Fort Caswell $qd the r.el)al steamers Tallahassee i and * Chicainauga. He saytf; >ve will be in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 February 1865

aa « .4 Sckgraph «. ,11. ewifl < M"w «nd Ttmpmm < trttillirnN. FEWRUTRV 9. tiwT TBI HOVSTOV TEL10BAPH bpuktii ) * Daily. Tri-Wrvt>y and Weekly. Tmi •' NikMriilUa i IM$ ' < . ML. I ^^s^tMiSUua^.'Us: * 9f A4r*r<Ma«i ni/ viiui. ........1*0 dsv each Insertion iverilseuieuta will be Inserted ata less chaise wvwbw as feaagjgysaaa stearics wtU ha published U ftke Mwnmii nm >i*>«wa« atlffkn* iMyaMtt* mitr this •4ilWi ui then l |>ki|r alitor. wieailobildesigned 10 advanee the psr- ami or political ImmwU «f Individuals, all «Ni««rtM aad marriage actloee,. ptrM I vlBdl 1 #1 character. Ml i|alM «m wry W yakllaailMn la Hw reaSlag MMta of , vttM fiUliM Ml; H <Tar> ta*i will i *:■?■,'■. m l* a safcfaelBg (Mmilil ssMelted fui desksI till write mi Ml one aid* of '^KhuHpttbl «r Ariill personere sslvleg pa para Itaa tbaa two moailu oil, east of ft* Nieelssippl, or frost soy foreign country. will It ■lOBttM oat aoy foreign eouotr v. ' aa the sac of thvss t<ll *• aau toy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 February 1865

*• > .-i i V +< t \H • * 4 •r any mtUriil of war or ettlele whaUeer. whleh Ie. or Ur rt quired to be i.u rebated lor Iki use of Mm army or the i roi eutton of ib« w r. To. ht«« i«eu that, by ih« Jin aeetlon of Iki act, pobilo mo'^y |< tecured frwtu u e foi an; i>rl> TAte aeeoaoi whatever. By Ik* tfond Motion, in? «flwr or peraon haviag pabiie aaocey, or asaitned to tfeedetyof parebeatng for tbe Government, I* abto lately pro- hibited from u log even hie «««n« In tayipg and atlltiig, or to trafficking, dir«c.l) or InllrMily la any arlltli of food or elotblug, or ■atcrlai of war, or an tele whaitoever, which 1* required for war porpoie*. If ha h a pabllo money bo cannot ievett Hon private aceounl under any pretemta. If be baa private money be cannot invett it In aacb proper- ly aa it repaired by the Kovemm'ot fortheproa- eeutlen «i the war Tana ibegovercment will not fur nlth lb* «*pital for apeouUtion; nor will it permit apoealauon by tba aso of pilvate fund*, iu the b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 February 1865

« ** i r * ■*$ f# &• 5 - f1 <■ 4 j ■IE- W|lftS*1 Nf Wovarok IflnHUARY io. t'w. TiMiWi Rorroagha, frMB'fl. FlretTeae* ' w ii u^o« f#F roughs, Co,.Q, fSSKTAi at us know w! L who wnl eight dollars to tb\a AllttoVb* *#*•' ** *# • who he ia and what the monejr x:ca v If* raaaooable doabt exist?, that U,, powers Of Euwpe/ ttnleaa it be Basal*, d > aire to Iw tfce lndepeildipBce ' of tto Cbfa- serration of aacli j^Vanqprap equality that the power.of po one abaU ->beco e. idapger- one and threatening to the othera,, weald, iodaee an anxiety that a nation ao vast, of •noh growth, of such bonudless m sooreee, and oif sa amb/tio\is a spirit aa waa the former American Union,' should be per- manehtly dlvldod ai$ weftetf?d. Eng- land, .France and Spain have, in addition, •poelflead string *ati.w *>r wiah. They pffltnot bfU, feel th§t the safe- ty q( £an%d*> «f ,Moxi*o and C ba, all. «p, pat to < tint meat' aerions hasardt and ia only a qaMM '* Of " time, if the union ih" l&l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 February 1865

THE HOUSTON TRI WEEKLY " VOL XXX—HO MS M0U8T0H MO Ml AT FEBRUARY 13, 1(63 r WH0L1 ITUM11R- 4S2C \ BY TELEGRAPH. Shrevepokt, February 11th, 1865. The New Orleans Times, of the -Hii, has the following Southern dispatches from Amite City, La , Wanderer Extra, 31st nit.: Ricumond, Jan. 28th.—Senator Hunter, of Virginia, Vice President Stephens and Judge Campbell, have been appointed Commissioners to proceed to Washington and confer with the U. S. Government ou the question of peace. Bichmond, Jan. 29th.—The House re- solved into secret session after debate of the proposition to amend the Senate bill for the employment of negroes in the army by a proviso that they shall not be armed as sol- diers. The bill was further considered as amended, and passed. In the Senate Mr. Wigfall introduced a resolution directing all the laws authorizing the impressment of property for the use of the army, ex- cept by military officers, in case of abso- lute necessity, be repealed, which after a long debat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 February 1865

t :-&r ^ri-^'eefelg telegraph 1. V t)0*fV fcft R4it hur> F ' n«tot HOUSTON. FEBRUARY II, 1885 THE HOVSTOH TILIOBAFH Xa|cb;t*.e<i l>«Hy Tri-W«*y "«i W «kijr. Tenia tl HabMrtfilca i m «. «M. i T JH'tj- ft M..~ K «1* Trt W«BHj f5 .W - A ~ • •' 1 I W^klr Ml I Iiiij*ft %*< AU mbfWlptlwM 4t*oonMini 1 •< tti® >ui • n< Mmtptlo for, ttnlMrkpcCtkl ftrraWfm. tiU re BMUl* Wilt* ooitT -y. Ttrw «r Alnrtblit i U m attt t« tn wn*tr. 1*. it t■ f«- «*• Mr i|iU Um JO 60 ix Mia mi weexur tn ifate Hp. io #• 19 is tim *iuir far 4*a lor— 10; fur ^ch tnawtton Mo fttlwrtlMnn* i wtti be l ae>urf at* teatefcurgt ii« |Mi«r.u vttboat lh>' ord «i in Uit* i . •kttlun kill I wilt ba published JiSimtU'M* m p. tunU'tr rw«t d i« o?4 r thtir <l #rtl«aai«o(a (or a <1*4 lw tlnie nod uol Ull lorbld." jk4«>rtMaui< i ba" will b« charged tor aa mw aav«ril emt>nu <i hy. papor. txo-pt at h« lbi« t it«i U. ki own t - h adKor Wo ocmmaataa luD will to* pakHa «4 la th'a ip«r. txc-u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 February 1865

ui.9 from ^aotioa ' (* y u > ! -A i f .y beautiful light that g«je.n« to spring fr< m renUs will diUe cur ful'.owr-ti' ui-i the very throne ot God, aud with its genial j the country, and diffuse dissitlf ray peu(-trate alike the hearj of youth aud j throughout ibe atftiy, e^psoiallv, it is sa.d age, aud warms with a geutle softness that, , that mis policy will tff. oiually silence the relaxes all faces iuto speaking BuiiU's that | clumor of the po r mtin about this being tell of happiness Hoping your readers ilie rkh mau's war ; tha 1 ... happiness Hoping your may have enjoyed this festive occasion, and with its hupujiuess couuected the bright and glorious l'ufajre of our disenthralled coun- try, it will not be amiss to say how a por- tloa of the Texas soldiers cujoyed it in the Cis-Mississippi. In this hospital the feast would carry one back to the days long gone by .when we were happy at home. Dr. Louis A. Bryan, the gentlemanly and efficient " Surgeon in charge" of this hos...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 February 1865

Sri-Wifkl§ Veleftxpb HOUSTON FEBRUARY 13, 1865. u ' By reference to tin history of former win, we can find many examples to. en- courage as and show us that the battle is net always witlrthe strong. At one time the Fitsians Invaded Greece with 300,000 men, and were met alone by the Utile State of Athens with 10,000 Athenian! and 11,000 alarea, and with this force at the battle of Marathon, they defeated the Penan* with great slaughter and drove back the inva- ders. At another time, the Persian King Xerxes invaded Greece with a land force of over 8,000,000 men and 1400 ships, manned by 600,000 seamen. At Thermopylae, the Spartan King, Leonidas, met his land lorce "with only 300 Greeks, and foo&ht them for three days, killing 80,000, and were only overcome at lMt by the treachery of a pre- tended friend, who led the Persians by a secret path to his rear. Only one of the 300 escaped, and be was con idered as in- famous for Dot Jiaving died, as the traitor who had betrayed them. Leo...

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