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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 February 1865

THE HOUSTON TRI WEEKLY TOL XXX—NO 209 MOUSTOJf, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 15, 1U5 yf HOL1 MWIOER—4127 V Whu became of Ike I' S Bond*. Ed. Teleqrapii.—la your issue of the Slat ult., you make mention of the $782,- 000 United States 5 per e«ot bonds, held in tbe Treasury ef the State at the com- mencement of the war, and seem to h ive forgotten that they have been appropria- ted for defences and war purposes, by an act of the Legislature. You say the Yankee government dare not consider them forfeited by secessiou, or liable to confiscation, became it would prostra'e the credit of the oldUniou in the markets of Europe, and conclude by "hoping they are yet in the Treasury of this S'ate, and are as pood as any the Yankee government owns, and should hi husbanded accordingly." By an aot of the 9th Legislature they were placed at the control of the Military Board, tlieu consisting of Qov. Lubbock, Johns and Randolph, ftud was thought could b<> made useful outside the limits of the Confederac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 February 1865

i ii n Bar. • HOVnTOl*. fBBRUARrj5:]tmLl_f the a^r^ffiWSvr i* ' ^S=~S^5EISJT All dtacouiliwail • t'm < n t '«*'• •i a "—m «* ^ r I i « j ,,'., „', UIW **«.* 4 rnninw. * IT. If l« iilfjlK'iO'V4WtttJJri y u-, -• far i(iU >W.« 1—H "•"" * ' bt «u « *■ .j ,ii,„ ■! IN <J*. .*«..... M -- \i: tut — iMWaafrttt^raiiBU,tfftT« ,,,., y■ „ i | -„i , ' mil or •olitlMI iBMiwtu of lnd1 ldMl . J S^&sE^KSiSjnSi' j5% *75!£8M10O«. lnur«rtl.y^ > Mlltltti (it* Mpal«t«,>od wltea till nto an bat oh iM**' t pxde&i-xis "S(?k imu N(or« ill* pibllit All ml p*p#m r .<* , Nfeoiatly p M IwniMortred. ltd \A ftf «T;> WiWWW^S V 7riiaw.ntIKnil.utl with refercDC, t<5 Ibf iadopendtnoe of Tcxm in the days oftbe liplUjin.' m^y ftot'M Wlrhdut interest is Hit prMcnt situation of iffiln. They will throw light npoa tha *^wof tho e nations m respeftli th«' ifxp'ansion and power^f. t^o, (JalUd .States Government, although they may not tatisfactorllj' !><* aonstrat* that will be their conduc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 February 1865

nr. Tui.i'WTiNiiF. >-r V I4 ! W' 1 ■« A* M. M *BT. 0«ai 011 to th* brim, let us drlok to ibi 4tji Old memorise i aelr it will *> n 0n« bumper, lobaatsh |tf s T^ll btoll to tUftlovloo^ •p«||M|L . , _ Old age shall h« iheered at tbt fllptar mirth, Aa lor* l^ghW vl loo* arls#;*"'^ Llkob'oom* that are bidden, will aprlng from Vt. earth. Whea woe'l by .he mile at tin skle*. 1 am again at the portal of yoith, 'Mid w' tnirfr* many and Ictki. And iba luure grow* bright as ihefra'nhow of Uotulb lo ila m«glo l aplendor. [ ru b, la th* school-bouse again, where lo solitude The tormw-toned tbadowle** plu«, l il « At the old oaken desk. where her name la «a 1 am writing niy.irat Valentine. [graved. A "nor wonniled benrt I* sntwenrted at-ov , Oio'd'a arrow* are piecing It thrcuuh, A <11 nwjre i>jr eacfa u ite p. itie n inut ot love, Tbat luy love t-houHl tpr«ve> be true. Its • dgea were gip, and Un sides were embossed, Without an eia t)re or b!o!. *h. T*ii wl'h a rn| we e all caief...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 February 1865

gtjWttfeljffielegyaph HOUSTON FEBRUARY \jo, 186ft. "Tbe Adventures of a Prisoner of War," to which we have before referred, occur* the fallowing passage "TM imm |i, ik««t Bill tot w afraid of Yan- kee Deadie u4 their ey avaiky tar as U n t •• wik th«tr lev* for a* * their b*f ed lor the Yea- k«M. TMf dulM Out ••tbvwl power u be krokM*«nN lldill ivtlto* up tktir owm fair MVIMN.H & • . i . There is threat deal of truth in this rc- mark, and fBtb from which we may derive some iinporfwt inferences. The writer has , given the r si-It of hia observations in Can* ada. Other equally close observers give as the same information regarding the feel- ing in England. And this feeling i« not the sentiment of a day, but ha* been a ruling prinoiple in British statesmanship for many years. ; vu When Texan was "eoquettlhg'' with the United Btstea for some years before annex- ation, it was a meter of serious endeavor •n the part Of tbe British Ministry to pre- vent a union. Inducements, we have be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 February 1865

TOL XXX—NO 291 THE HO USTON TRIWEEKLY ttw rnnm—nr ■ 11 i i " ~ n in i th i —i—imih ■■ HOUSTON, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17, lttt — H. won NSlfSER—4*28 BY TELEGRAPH. Spcclal to the Daily Telegraph. Shbevepobt, La., Feb. 10.- -1 have dates irom the East to the* 6th. General Waiting's and Col. Lamb's wounds,received at Fort Fisher, are not m >rtal. Forts Gas- veil and Holmes were evacuated. Brown- low will be next Gov. of Tennessee. Grier. eon's cavalry, two thousand strong, em- barked at Memphis and went up the river. Soofield's corps has gone to reinforce Sher- man. A general exohange of prisoners will take place soon. Lincoln directs Canby to get out all the cotton possible, even Jf contraband goods be given in ex- change. The tteamer Atlanta, from Mobile, with one thousand bales of cotton for the bene- fit of Confederate prisoners, has arrived in New York. The Smithsonian Institute was burned on the 24th. Geo. Wheeler's cavalry, consisting of eight brigades and three divisions, has been ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 February 1865

t «. C0I8II9. Utter in Fwwir. HOUSTON RUARY 16, 1865. TSS 10VST0V TXLIttBAPH la pnlMlabed Deity .ITrV Weekly and Weekly. Terau ml H«kMrlr«tM i m. IN. iil IT. oed il the end of the itrtii|«BMuliv< made Weekly— All sabsert< ttaae paid for, U Ue oobUv: « Per Agate Per Agate Mm. Par ii>U line.. ' Mrertidai i lit TRI-WUKLT. It. i«. in Si in. L. 10- we ...,4a . *. •« ii tbi*wuut. lOr Me 41 Ml.... $3 n tu WUKLT. ............ juts. fi-r each insertion Needvertleeuieuts will be tuserted at than iCentk Advertisements ordered1 this . edition being sDeclfled, will be **A>/vertt ers ara pwtkmlarljr re their advertisements for a dan . Ha lorbtd.* Advertisements "tin farbld lor aa new advertisements dally Mo aomawnteatUin will ba Ml HMti exoept at tbe option of tne only Tkai t mpoulkl* m or eempantes it. known to tba editor. Communications designed to ad MBftl or political Interests of lo abltaariaa and airrla|( aatto< eattons of character. sot -rem adrarda publications to iha *ls p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 February 1865

BY TELEGRAPH. -r v v! Prom th« St. Loiit R poblto*" of tb« *f th olt. Subrvbpokt, La., Feb. 14. Washington, January 27.—Blair ar- rived here this morning. It is definitely known that his mixtion to Richmond is a complete success. Davis plodges himself to send three Commissioners to Washing- ton immediately to confer on terms of peace. Davis stated distinctly to Blair he would conclude peace and return to the Union upon terms that would be satisfac. tory to Lincoln and Congress. Blair had an interview with Lee, who avowed himself in favor of euding the re- bellion by laying down their arms and re- turning to the Union. Blair also conversed with a majority of the rebel congressmen, who represented themselves in favor of abandoning further hostilities in a day or two. The commissioners from Rl'ohmoud will reach Washington from (he repentant rebels, to renew allegiance to the Union, Constitution, and laws. Blair experienced the kindest treatment from the rebels. Great change has taken p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 February 1865

(C*n$tu*Un *f Xr. Btmry't tptuk ) IHt b« the purpose of the enemy to pro- log the war, let as begin anew to prepare for It. When nut after mut of Pan! Jones' vessel, was carried away by the cannon balls of the enemy, till not one tu left standing, and that enemy had boarded his vessel, and he was called opon to surren- der, he heroically shouted a'oud, " I will never surrender, I am jwt getting ready to fight." Let us emulate tbeexample of that i:out-bearted sailor. The Government should organize its strength, and, especial- ly, execute our laws. Tne failure to do so stamps weakness on all our efforts to fill the army. Let us prepare in earnest for the defease Of ^ie country, and give cordially every power to the Government that is ne- cessary to eitabfoh onr independence. That being uona, we need have no fear about onr personal righto. Who will dare to assail them ? No public man could maintain his place who wonld have the temerity to at- tempt it. The real danger doei not lie in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 February 1865

\ \ \ \ .-Xv THE HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY~rl,l>.t KAt H LJXX—NO 292 ■OUSTO*, MONDAY FEBRUARY 20, 186A WHOLB NUMBER—4829 LB i t* B KU(in V( l.. A IlttKL nftllTH, Galteston, Texas, Feb. 8th, 1865. W. P. BiixiKCKR, Esq.. Houston: My Dear Sir,—The matters lately dis- cussed between us have reached that pitch of importance, that I wish to state iny opinions on the samo with some consider- ations connected therewith, in a more ex- plicit manner than I have hitherto done. It is a matter of as absolute certainty with me as any future human event can be, that Great Britain and France will inter- vene efficiently in our all airs, and atfront all consequences aud any danger, however great, if in the opinion of their govern- ments the posture of afMIrs at any time shall vender such intervention necessary to prevent the Confederacy from being re- united with tho United States under a eiugle government. L am equally confident that the existence of negro slavery among us, has not delay- ed for aa hou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 February 1865

w * *.« #1 life *Fw£ f i ■ *' ■ « 1 •iMftw III HO ttfe H OU8TON •^JliaiAPH N-W^ty ar-fl Wes>ly,. f MakMHyiku r" if7^ - •*. y t SSiflMllllT - ' * '.v- * , V r« «C . /,, ; a IU *ai « «i-wt*tT. • - ■1 V ~Iw !■ *«* pgg Agate IH1* —10c ■«•• W ■ H.i<II •W""* M 4 "i m MB wi wn®Mf. fH Agate Hon .......10 —,41^.^1 •—.<*•— W ,.j J , . IB VBS WSWU.V > ■ • , 1 yw Agile tee *> fceenBhtaeerttor litilfMtkiuiiuVi >IUb« to*#11*4 sta leesch.ige SsfSsrssss ".8ftr{at5!«f is SraxMsra ■jrsjstwtjfS'.s forbid." AdvertisementsWW •"! H (totitf1 iMMDewadVrr'l-eftieo'* defy. ij ■ |l Mimlln Ion *tl( M iwtlW^ Ib •!' mil rterrt et the option ofiH Wltof. n< th«> S&wfipTWeW™8*" MBi«al(i It. kr own Mfttbr j4Hw. ■ •«, 0 amanto*ilonsfir- •oul Of political loo-re U of h-dHidoals, ill •MtBsries and sswrloge boUmi. perse < vlndl mUmi ef sbarsetor not rendered aee , *ary by •Averse publlealoas I* <h reeding ooramos of thlep«per, *t«., will be published only as ndvsr- Uomspoa If of* epbrne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 February 1865

? > i ii u tl- V {•' Ki A lo samps >nd reaoveto <he interior ibe *orn> | iitgi to publishers whenever they deem it necessary. After the second warning, all publications are subject to suspension for a definite period. 'Should a third warning be given, the suspension is fiual. All dis- cushions on the laws, decrees or orders issu- ed by the proper authorities, and all relig- ious discussions that may te injurious to the clergy, or to the interests of the church, are strictly forbidden. A moderate discus sioti of the acts of the administration, with- out reference to the personal character of the government, is allowed. Publishers are required to publish, gratis, all couimunica* tions, decrees, etc , that may be Bent to them by the proper authorities, as also the deienseof any party attacked in its col- umns, without comment. Editors are re- quired to affix their signatures to each edi- to ial. All communications are to be sign- ed by the author; extracts from other pa- pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 February 1865

W **3 W" *¥js M jg* '§m>- > A" \%M RifaWwUg® elegraph; f« «jHrr HOUBTON. FEBRUARY 20. 18< . Not a nail but brings as commnnications noonoModingi or soliciting the support of Um Tiumun for soma candidate forjQov- ernor. Some of tbess we flattering enough to oar realty, if we were to be persuaded ia (hat way. We ace not. We have sur- veyed the whole field, and have reflected uMturalj dad anxiooslj on the subject, in •eanh flf soma one whoee steins, eharaetor aiaUnhidty, etc, would distinctly mark htau the ate* lor next Governor. There are several on whom we should rely to make a rood Governor, if the public choice should fail|on them; but no one is so prom- inent over others, nor is there any sufficient asMlvt Or consideration to actuate as to * alia a choice and attempt to influence the election as a meie personal matter. We look open toe election as involving the in- terests of the 8tata, vitally. We cannot over-estimate its importance. Candidate* or issues may be presented...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 February 1865

- THE HO USTON TRI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. NOL XXX—NO 213 ■OUSTON, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 22, 1865 The Yankee CongrcM. The following extracts from the proceed- ings of the Yankee Congress, Feb 7th, trill be found of interest: lu the Senate, the subject under consid- eration was the enrollment bill. Mr. Grimes moved to strike out the flr*t taction which provides thU anv person not liable te draft may _ be accepted m a snb-Utnte for • drafted person. Mr. Wilson opposed tbe motion. Hi(wllMo) hid been toU by tueu tun ged tn eniWtl'ig recruits, that tbe clans* referred to would bo ef Incalculable value to the lervlue. The country needed men. a>id must have thrui. If the pending call waa filled, no more men would bo wanted. We w«nttbe?e men cow. If we ba>1 three month* ago, 80,1109 or 75 000 men to have sent to Gfn. Or mt before Kicbmoud, the military rower oil ue rewslIKn would have been broken'before thU. The great trouble was, that there were so many dlQerent constructions put uaon tbe Enr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 February 1865

Si Iri-W^Mgtelegtaph a. a. ovon «. uuor «u fwmte HOUSTON FEBRUARY 21, 1865. TBI HOV«TOS fItlBlAPH • la iikkM MyJM-WeeUr epd Weekly. Toth at ItakMilftlNi Is.' #*• It- 7 :?i i ' - T- •/ •CUtmMmi nf« HU «■> Mi wmu. it. i*. m- ii. «m. 10a ~.Mo M m tu iii>whu. Pse i|M Bit ~0I. j i II ■*.. $S ia ran vnuii Par Agate Hat— ...JOofcr wch tneertlM will be lneorted eta lass charge smfttvgusvs: i are particularly mmmM to eMer HMKlfcr I definite ttme aad net "till wtMmeoU "t U for Md" wfll be Oinrt for m new itwUMBtgU del)y, Mo eoanaaaloariea will be published la this mbm, e ss > ot IheopUoa of too i4Hofii l than •dliktai responsible mm or reference M- u. ^ Mtdlr political Interest* of MlfMulii all obitaarloe aad marriage aoUoaa, pereo - \ vlndl aatteas of obesaeter. aot rendered aos aarj by advene pablleatloaa lo the reading oommoe of this p p«r, ala« will bo published only aa adver- Oortaaaottfeaee embracing interesting .n«i aollotlod from ell points, and vkaa daalrad will Oorra«poadoa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 February 1865

tflto the t'io wbo ctpt sill*, terly o ( rea- ipon lore and are mcc. tudi- of nen, ean- the ous- hich ip- 'bera i hid kesa I1U10 haps ever opu- in tales suf- irm* , bat that the i Its llUUt de- taaic the l- rm) >50 356 >00 150 he bo <le ad ^ N . Of tlie l« a w« roru iear >> ! .+ mueh loo large, bat It will serve to compeusat* for uBfteUnelee that may exist In olb*r estimates of probable deductions. We find then.it last, that we have now a tore* of 692,703 fighting nen. If of th**o one oat of very thro* be detailed for such purposes i* the Proildent may deem neces- sary, admitting that the power of detail remain In Jila hand*, oar army la the field thoaid ooneiet of 451,864 men at leatt. or a larger foree, we candidly believe, thin the enemy hae ever brought again*! ae at oue time. - At *11 event*, It I* much larger than any foree we have ever had ander arm*, and ie amply oompetent not only to defend the conn- try, bat to tarn back the tide of deva*tatloa aero** the bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 February 1865

urn r > 7 HOUSTON. weeepye boi FEBRUARY M. 18*5.' ■ ^ . • .4 31'Jv :' p« eopya somewhat taogthy article from the Haw York MefcropoIlUn Record, of the lib Inst., ob the Peace movement. The statement embodied la it from the New York Times, of whst occurred at the re- cent interview between Messrs. Banter, Csmpiwfl sad Stephens, Confederate Com- missioaera on the one band, and Messrs. Uuhl aid Seward on the otber, Is we t«k it, the authoritative publication by Fedefal magnat «of that ai&tfo The views of the Tribune also embodied to tlie article, mhy or may net be sound. That Journal Is not noted for the oorreetneee of its deduc- tions in reference to the war, indeed- is rather noted for anything else. But what we desire to call especial attention to in this article, is the view it gives off the feeling and disposition of the English and French' gorfpunente regarding the Confederacy. It will be seen this view is so near those of Col. Ashbel Smith, asset forth in his letter pnbUih...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 February 1865

THE. HOUSTON TRI-WKKKI ,yV ?!f. XtAIT XI, VOL XXX—NO 144 HOUSTON, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 24, 1865 The Brownsville Rancliero, of February 11th, has the following interesting items : Mohis Robberies.—A train freighted with goods, belonging to Messrs. Tabor & Co., en route to the interior, was robbed and plundered this week, some lifteen miles from this city. Lo?s about fifteen hundred dollars. 'A cold, dvy norther sprang up the first part of tho week, which had the effect to dry up the mud in a great measure. We understand numerous trains loaded for this point, which have been mud-bound for some time past, ore expected in .daily. We have but few items of a local nature te oiler this week. The continued depres- sion of trade and the limited arrivals from the interior, has almost dried up the pon^ from which " ye Local" fished lor items. Matters stand in tutue quo ; nothing in the military or civil lino to be recorded. Wild, vague rumors are to be found current on the streets; but of them ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 February 1865

* . vtf- t. ^ty ^yjwy. HOUSTON. FEJfRVARY g3,, 186$. ..,, ptQVtTO* IXLIORAFH ''iajeipiMiediJeM. ix-Weea**<•**. . . \ | nhaert tlewi t,'. - ,, 1«,-| " OU. 1*. An a> b «rlptku imeott'WM*! at ilie p<l <* Abe igl ^tV fo. ui.Iki e ptcia! arrangement* are Hi MM r ' • , . farm* of AdmiHtiv ,* « 1us pult AUO *il wlcs1v. « \ l' . lit, JW 1* .#« **• r«r ijint —.. lo. v ♦*..,....*i.....t6 vw-Vssxir. '' r«r Agate jii«.is ,, I'.muwrtnr ' Mr Ag'te np+„„, / ioj f'ir each Insertion I«v1>nUmiimi>u will bt lueeited at a Irts chaige «k«i> AO cet)i>. Oeertleements entered In tbta ptMJ. *11hoot the Sop bt|n| iimhIM, WtU N itBUW ta the 'vertl'era ere pwttrulaHy reque>d*dlb order ' dr«ltt>eni£IH! (W I dcli lic 'tow and >«>t III! ^d/3^Aa*«rtSe6iWi|« "till f ub:d" will to# charged t.j( as ew a4verjt4em « da to oonMnaBU^an will be pubrtltfed •• J l |!on #(lM sdtVsr*nud then 1b' T- If l« K^twii i«i >r frnvM • ) mtretlc.111 designed to advance the fper- [ pofitlsM tbwreat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 February 1865

-A' -<r >. ^ 0 > * lot !u the Ui>gu>v« o' th' poet: "vice clothed in rags, apgny'ss nw d°th | S-ree t«; srtn Mogli. go.i tbe i'A' * i i c« t*f Jui lee iutti m brr-sks " How Mr U<vl I bt wrlreo )| U a leceer le*.. tar ibail I luu).- dad. Aud I li tt eitl rfSib you If^l.owever, i« It) Oh) cot, I siiiw Ite agj n ai d eootlcu- •" <>n ■ • a .ill *on fie one, and t i'u c r tats ft« will wy suggestion*. knowing ifcst ■theiradoption w H |t. a very short ti ne brio* ibis 1 ttle d BHul'y t< it barpy com les'on TUt-o ou> devoid lou try wit h.isotu Its* tbe roee sod we can esdsiltu Hit; O 'v B II, la i&s beautiful UmrKge o' tbe Paa!&<* — 'H • I* toe lctrr of . ur discontent n.ads glerlnu* summer by the Uiuoljr ict-r t holloa of ibis ■ou ol Vork " I t 8np0tlfl«Wv, Yaf # 1|1 <■ , I'.! ! i ' 7 :* PKIVAlK LOUBSPCN fobt mastus utt, Texas, fib.ao.h, >635 K . > tt, r-C«n )> U Ju b-.polite wt.# ! n* become of «tef trb toiureo, ihat w.s- oltee:ed frrt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 February 1865

VtiWetblgSetytaph HOUSTON FEBRUARY 24. 1866. r V H W« publish in to-day'■ paper, an article from tbe Cba/leeton Mercury, of January 11th, ob the Hubjoct of Nuav*, to show the epirit tha* actuates the people of Charles- 'tan. Wa do not at all, in doing so, wish to he Considered as giving countenance to the ' onslaughts of that pap*r upon the Admin- istration, hut we do join with U iu lament- ing the lack of discipline of which it com- plain*. To Oils terrible evil may be, direct- ly (need the misfortunes of our armies in the efct. To it Is due.the desertions, the shirking*, the \r mt of morale that put it Out of the power 01 our armies tojmeet and defeat Sherman. To l)fs own superior dis- cipline, and not to the superior endurance and fighting qualities of his troop*, is due the faot that he marched so far with so small a force, and gave so sickening a blow to the heaft ol the Confederacy. Officer* must be caKhiored without* mer- oy, who fail in their duty. Lieu who desert must be %v...

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