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

L T! * i 1 HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY TE1jEGRA fl. < ..V VOL XXX—NO 145 > The llarU Honrs of i(cTtlRii B JrVon tbe N. Y. MetroMhv. Uncord. It is a common delusion with mnwy peo- ple in the North that the late yeversos to the Southern armB render the cause of the Con- federacy hopeless, end the advent of-peace, on the basis of submission, almost certain. They paopheey as confidently the collapse of the "rebellion," and speculate as seroue- ly on the Results of that "un-accomplished fact'" as if the American Revolution, hnd never occurred, as if that glorious struggle with a powerful foe and adverse fortune was not recorded on the page, of history, as if the despised colonists and the "rebel" Washington had no^ triumphed in t'ic end. There never was a revolution yet that had not its dark hour wherein faint hearls grew fainter, wherein the national spirit flagged, and the national pinion, so to speak, touched ground for a moment ere it uprose for a bolder flight. History teaches no lesso...

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

! lk v!i $ 39= " V«, >w5?; i ®ri-2tVccMig®clentapft ." 1 " **" *; % V- CO«n>ft. Ktjjtor ac« Proprietor V; r HOUSTON* FEBRUARY 85, 1805. ' TH BO9BIOS TELI01APB , 1* pabiit'ied Dally. Til-Week yard Wnltr. , *. f inn «l NtMrifikii ' ~ • |Mi ilk: • ' IT. Befc. — to ~f'j 74e. * — *• J 8 M ..u— it 161 M Ml ad**l ■ .tally.. >V •< V AJ MiMarHKWM <Uw>MUiiu«<l si t'.«i rn«t or 11.a time pain «u . v*ais i tclai arrauxeuicnu «t unnle tU««'|IMI>v| . .... ' 1 «rui< of Adverti U c I III tu ■ 1LT AMDlCI-WastlY. M IT. IT. III SMV«CM.' Vw i|>U tiof.. W ....Ak M IKS tU'VUUr. far 'Agate *Bi'— 10 ts 1 ' , VT 'm tux W~XKir J sr Ar-la tarL.............— Wo ftr e*eb Insertion Moidvertliwrnenie wlil>> lUe.ttd at *)tta cfcatge Hn K auU • * adVeitlsenienlsordwred In IMs paper, without the ••tile* IhU| speolfled. «iD be pubiUh«a*m the Adverti'fcrs a'a pstilcfllerly requested 10 order .their *<lv rUi>efuralJt fur a Utfl> fte time and iiot "(III Twlrtd." A>'vrrtic«...

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

•T._ .I'.y. „ i Uitkf buO>, a I ot -.Con mHlje. r\ •bat yoet e: oieHL't?'>e M«hcr"*; <1 to r«-® lv* «o p,KMIOt-a V r <?*•-. il'*S ^ j, * *1 ' f iiisliCO 1*'" ui lh<j '1 ff.-r at .* /•:• of a ^|Wrl:.-r 10 '*> H r .Ul wiiiab ii r*.i' W ttiiy tut'iv! IUU. Jl. li FOX w buu.\ett. it rUhlSUM AM, w. \xuat;s. \Vh>h w r«fcivti at 4a-. op'.i>d Tl-ocomml ;ceott Mr Haiti i' tvjtlMoa at kelv fur-.'l«« 'fu - " rtp rt, w!:|jri *.•.* fraj)t«0. Mr M tt.'cia K.uri, vi h leave at .bo Vuid, ctll- ei tho *i einion of tLe to rd 'o* sohane«,in On.«ptcaii*t a'I'JUV'b untie o ) wbieli mtt'er, o:i ue lion i f A d>rioa' Fr fr, w-.t. rtfer red in thj Sireui aid Uridi<- CeA-iuiUf, '-or lu- *« ' gallon. l'iitf folia* ma bill* «m*AU lutd. i.nil Ofdcr.ji* to ii* pi ii : Mr H GerL IT | C K MPtLbroitt. ma J <!. Kuek, $34 j 1. F a. a td<> : J iieOtii $a3, C F * «l>, K A<!er.v">.«'<•. '. H < 1 •>< •. 4tSiO,\F B.uiujii <il !5; H\6-PaunsiJ, t4!M On iuct.on P...

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

'mm ~c HOUSTON FEBRUARY 77, 1865. J > \ \: j We publish to-day. an article from tho Metropolitan Record, of February 1Kb, ea(U}«4 Dark Hour* of Reroiutioiu," which irti cannot do bettor than bog our \ readers to etudy. Tbe editor bag taken a viev of oor sitoitlon wbish none bat * j - high-minded man could couceive, and \ r which aU true men of tb« Soutli wi'.l most thori^gbly appreciate. He regard* u« at , a people determined ti be frp«, an<) pos- it w d of spirit enough . to secure our freedom. • lie lo- r« nr«n tbe present reyo- Iiution as began- in earnest by the whole 8 jutbern people, and as being oarrie<Lon s'ilt by onr people with tbe s me dovo'iou * which originally set it in motion. Tbat } be is right in this view, we aU know, and none now know better thin thope/«r« catt- \\ tng patriots, who have of late undertake to set denper&t* alteraative? .before the A people. Tae spirit which has met and r«- v ] j«ot«d *11 propositions of monarchy, of ] emancipation, of ...

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

THE HOUSTON TRIWEEKLY TEL.EG VOL XXX—NO 146 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY MARCH 1, 1865 WIIOLB NUMBER—3877 For the 1'elegraph. LINN. Ha vu my all; but He who *are HuhUm blm to an Mr«V i<i< Far off. baneaih i ilrmirWT Ha siespt—mj boy,so jrcung to 41*. They eay that thou wort brave tad trao ii et idtl tor lrw<l«B 4m«- That thy youngbead waserown d with praise A lliro la thy deeds and ways. Thy mother kaov thou would'st earn the That halo's the true eoldl r'a name, I fame The fame thai'* won in camp and field With parpoao ne'er toahrtnh or yield. Thy taak U o'er—t'waa wall began In hope and pntniae—now, *tia done, And tuou ari g ue, my noble boy, And with thae, all i knew of Joy. I mourn thee In thy blissful rest, Tblne happier home au oug the bleat, There I anall see* ibre aoon,my own, Amldat the chossn rouad the throne. Aad then my oouotry.dearto me, I hare no more save prayi r for the* If praye like mine, with tear and algb, Might move the Lord of earth and aky, Thou wouldtt mv own l...

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

* * ®ri-l*>thlg®clrgtaph §. a. cvnm « Mitm < < r www HOUSTON. FEBRUARY 28. 1865. «?X H0UIT01 TSLIOBAFH Ispob tcbed billy. Trl-Wr* iy a><i Weekly. T«mi «t Haburlyilrt • IN X. «M. IT —m ..$1 .. ! - i 4 At) MteertptloB* dl*coutiun*d at toe rod o> the aw m<i fcr, mlM ciVKttl triuin DU tr« Bad* tetbeeecdfery T m« «f AdnrilalM n in <>tur and ni vinir. 1*. iv la IE <■. Far A gaU Hat. 10- &o ...JM M, M im iii im wmilt Tm Agate Mm..... io .'*o—41.-...41..... s 1« tbi w'xxlt. Far Ag'te no* .. for t ch insertloa Koadverttmmeiu will bj ltett*d at • lett chtig* lOetbtii, MMUnidmIi o«l r*d In tbl ptp«r, without lh •iltthi bcli>| tore I Bed. will be published In tbe J^vcM-era arc p4tt',ml*rly rcqnetted to order Utatrtdvertlaerneui* for a <>*fl It* ttn*#n i not "till forbid." A,v*ttti ii>mU"tli i ■tbtdraHil ba chstgad for a* new advert m<- t dai y. He hbmbIm irn will be pubiltlad In the paper except at the option of tb* editor, and than omt «k«n i re...

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

> > < I >■ j - i M t band food*'* are inch a"te'** as when In oar pot euselo e'rengthenos U- pcc, I thiok Csub>*s cf Jorts shou d be s con.) dot u«; for if fshnfW Itfi'llbf Dsvil wln> fix. «ud we on licit pariou or that flr« iroiu tbe enemy. why n t do It ltl ou iirga oeut usam-i t>l* policy t j sav t at CvttOU apecUl .t its will take' dVaLUife -I pernil--|.rn to trade wl'n the enemy. 8 icb s-aertioti- o Iv p.ov that oar exerttor • «b u d be it-doubled to hee l oil ell Mcb base operation'' 'l'bl- ha bseu (lone to a j'em Client; ami vrtui uSck«i.t wiketuluess u l cd rg. t- e wholo metier cm be properly and noue.-t'v u>■ •led A 8PLHND1I) L.HTTGU. We find ia the New York News, copied from the Richmond Wbig, a splendid and most inspiriting letter written by our e*. teemed friend, Mrs. M.J. Young, of this city, to the 5th Texas Regiment. We copy it, together with Aljt. M Gowan's note to the editor. It will explain itself and be most heartily appreciated by all tru...

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

Mfgti * E&<1 frt-Weeblgirltgtapb HOUSTON MARCH 1. ISM. AltigmUr, Hickory Point. nil mm Yon talk right. SF Give ui your Tbe rtfult of tbe pnot oonferenoe to far •««• c^ini, (u( 0/ tbe Mississippi, U iBiMitljr ratigfaetorj. The Riohmond ptfere eoetain est ended eooounts ef the popular apriginj (htn. Even the Exam - ieer, with ell lie love ef oritioum. falls in it« ova way isle tbe tide, eni dilates on Che glory vi r" ne« for to Tile ao ioeult >■ Heitln rTrr r i when he extended his ro/al per ii ioa to rebels to sue for m«r- oj f It is difiealt to see how nil this oould have reeulted otherwise than es it Lest hew a people ae spirited ae those ef Virginia, te say nothing of the balance of the Coa£eder cy, oould ever brook snob terms as were offend, and bold up th«ir heads aftarwaidi. They did not brook then, bat on the ooetrary received ibem with such soom as freemen eould but flN$ , To-dsy the ftree .of revolution burn brighter in VitgiaU than they did in A basse tbis time fo...

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

r i VOL XXX—NO 147 THE HOUSTON TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH HOUSTON, FRIDAY MARCH 3. 1865 Oar Qunerwkwn. t The quartermasters and commissaries seem a good deal exercised by tbe pot-i— tive enactments of Congress*, and by some inuendoes.of tbe press. Various com munioations from the philo quartermas- ters vindicate tbe integrity, aud even the valor of that much envied depart meit Thejbill reported by Mr. Orr propose* expends Hanmbalem—to weigh tbe quar- termaster annually,) and to deduct any excessive accumulation of eubstat oe which 1 e may have acquired. Our friends of the Dispatch consider this cruel and un- real enactment, and thinks it would com pel "every honest quartermaster and com mistary to mign, because no man of spirit end honesty win d accept an office in entering upon which he wcu!d stand in the light of a otiminal," &c. Now, til' the law passes, we do not wish tbe pub- lio to infer that there are no honest quar- terma8teis because there maybe to re- signations. iu the first...

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

fm: CM % v; \m f* ' Iste ;'i-" '■ £ * JplK fc:^ ®ri-WwWg®tlrg«JpIi & a. oDime. HOUSTON MARCH 8. 186a. & TBI 100II9I TXLS0IAPH ' la IpMMM D*ay>trt-W—*ly —4 Waafcly. 'i4t fmu d KakMrlptiMi ^4Su4fc- ,Jfc , f WW 75©. MMlllijl I $s ir #wT % ■ _____ ^ dfi ii nmilftfw«i >1 4 (Uaoaattnaad at tba end of tha •apadal amacanauta TW «f MlWMM« n <n >uii in txi-wukl*. ii.uflf. It. l*. *• 10c.~.J0c m«42 44 H Kit. , JOc^... J6fc-..4L....4t— IS n ni vnuf Vw ifMl Bn .—~ ...lOo. Jbr aach buwrtton will b« taaartadatalaaac*arca 4aa,Mrt ,?aaKf8s AdvarttaatDaota'ttll forbid" wl « MlTOTtUMBMU <Ullr. to „ I not "ttU will to chargad <•* 0 ■M . v v 11 V* MMilWlM will ba MMM>e4 in thli HMMMMtt IkiotUoa fiM adltor, and then oaly vkM miohIhi mm or NfimN ae- ! !toMJatlMwHa'aivanaa the par- erpolltlaal tataraata of Individuals, all lea aad Mnrtaga noUaaa, parao • A vtodl Of ikuMtN. aol raadarad im aaarjrbi pakllaaUon* la Um taadln* eowmpa M #, ata„ will ba published oaly m edvi «adenea ...

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

TK -f V y He was deflant to tba last, refusing to confess, saying that bis evidence would not be good against white men. 8ince the above was in type we learn that a white man was arrested, in whose bouse some of the stolen articles have been found. k. We copy the following advertisement from the Washington, Ark. Telegraph, to show what the State of Arkansas proposes to do in the cotton trade: XxgCUTlVB OrriCS, Wabbikotoh Akk., i January 83d, ie«. J To tks People of Arkansas. It !a proposed to send cotton to Ban Antonio, for tba parpoaa of purchasing medicines and other aaaaaaartaa, for iha people of Arkaaaaa, taring the next summer. Ia or#cr to effect thli ot jeot, It U proposed that trains shall ba organised to (tart about the Aral of April, with cotton on State aeooant. Bitch Ualn should constat of from eight to fifteen wagooa, and have an agent to be ejected by the owners, to luperintend the team* coming and going) aud each wagon should have four yoke of oxen and % negro dr ver; ...

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

* I '•'tirl ■'•-v H ■ m IIP' ■%8i ta Kri.fflffhlpflMfflTflyft • 1 1 ■' ' ■ ' ^SSsss^ssSs&mk !b> ■MCTOff to ref*rd®d both Is Europe and America, bf all pewons baring C<m- fcderete feelings, OonfcdorM® tendencies 4k tell of Confederate ancoeaa, « a most ewtfUiar* WitkootfuUy «reei«g with (bote who take the moat Banguine view of S SBsssrssar It b tbegeoerei thought that the taaujptfa- tfei. of, liir- 'tfiwoln, ft* hineoood Ira, , tUt hU tling to aattbers—Mlly quadrate with grand principle# upon which, both 'laud end France, hare long ago deter- not. MmL to those boundaries that formal- ItHMTlWeatfyfcome authoritative sanction, rs-out elMtt diplomatto agents 0oohi JM hwtwltat reason to -Mtsre.is wot the ease; indeed, that im jwdUte reoognitlon witt take plaee, they w .Mjb«. a*r , In the London pro-Coufed- journals, to the New ark anti-ad- newspapers, and elsewhere, the possibility, ewmx'prohabiiity, ft,**!) U«tfW lT«JjF to- maed. aad grenade for it given at length, SgFijWields...

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

'l'H K HOUSTON TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. A VOL. XXX—-NO 148 HOUSTON, MONDAY, MARCH G, lfeC5 , 4 \ k ,1 K f U«op::AN intkbtkwion. To the Editor of the Houston Telegraph : Although greatly, and perhaps justly, ex- tolled by the Telegraph, I very much fear, Air Editor,that the glowingand seemingly coulidt-nt anticipations «> pleasingly put forth in the letter of CoL Aulibei Smith, are •' but the bagidess fabric ol a vision," unsubstantial, and that while they "Keep the woid of promise to the ear, break it t • the hope." Is it not sad, sir, to realize, that so pleasing and encouraging a pictuie of our probable rescue from doubt, and, with many I fear, dismay, is all an illu t-ion ? Had the able and learned author of the letter furnished us with some modern fact, pregnant with meaning and demon- strably true, brought to light since the war commenced—that England and France would interpose in onr quarrel, and, as our allies, the eloquent letter of the gallant Col- onel would have been most ...

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

« ®w-^wMg®tlegtapb K B. E4nor P'ODneurr_ ftOUSTON MARCH 4 tW>. VEX BOV1T01 TILIG1APH 1 X* peblMfa* P««r. Trt-Wrrt Md Weekly. . Tim K MakMrtpclM m, «. in. u SSS55rErE52^.~:ife:::^:ihi2r:^ ! 4Ucoutinu*il t the end oI mtsliilfik ii 5*« ifrnrj't"-—*-*" oute tie wmUW7- f«rM f AIwmWm i "aiiuMUfmnifuiw ^pti HK„ IT. >w. iv Ix. l& ,10c :..Mc ....jW.. .44.—•• ia tn tii-fuw. j i rinff* ** *1——* •■• IS UL IBM TIIIIT. -ion (or etc a intertton Die till be laaeited' t • lew cbnge «|$jp in the 1&^JdvSrtSeemenU-tlli t*M4 wttlbecberie* y*w *<fe««w e^dsny. ' ' "ties will be eublWed In thl * attoa oftie editor, an* then _ ibto M>e er relerenee ee- .j U. keewe toibe HHar. , -'Skis iss# srtni 2s,'«j ultMttoni is lb* reeding eo« n« oI i« etOn will b pebttiked onl M MV r "OerrMWOD ieoee enhreelcf iatereitisg ne e Mllelled freei ell polnte,and wben desired will r iCwe pandeBU wlU writ* on bu* #B* °' ^VrtS'b* u ***** lei feror that ell oerwas re# M|«hi pepere lee* tbea two month* old. «Ml...

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

arge i'y rly ">« III) ing ho were ure i 0 a Ige >re- wa3 U. to the by lie .lied et- lud 1- f.tlV -A n j, < de pou dge war ob- 11. by P El- iffs, \V. s w rid - Vril- ost ;ns ery re- leir iip- in md ort bad et.V in- tat ey he ler w- of ire he i ft iy of i : V '■t impudence which their c mtiguity to Yan- kee influence alone could prompt. 4. Kaiolved, That their proposition to the cities if Osorg a outbiJe ot the ene- mies line* dvserve, and a« we believe, will receive the unqualified scorn and con- tempt of those cities; and ibat the entiie populvioo °f (be State so far from being c'i-couraged or driven to despair by Sher- uiftu's tucoe>8ful raiu thiough Georgia are more than ever determined to proee- oute the war uutil their honor is vindica- ted and their rights acknowledged. 5. Resolved, That even now in the darkest hour of our btruggle we renew our patriotic covenant and again p'.eJga our fortunes, our lives andour sacred honor to maintain and defend our country's cause...

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

iri.4ttoWg airgraph H0U9T0N. MARCH «*, jMfr Gut. Murrah, after a aojuuru of Beveral W—Im In Houston, UA on Friday laat for Aaatta. During big stojr h« wa under- stand ha |pA frequent oonfe enoee with 9^w MVtij The Guttrnot Dm moat •mi«f of the Stat spirit of barmooj ooofukaiions, emi. good of iko Siate. here, exhibited to the beet inter- he has deae ve w> m are assured, wilt ere long show for Itself in ths public adriDtage, relate botf M ;be well being of the people aaji their d«- lbaoe against the entaj, W§ trust the pMfte will sustain all wise measures thus inauguratel for their good. ¥■ f >' -bmimmmmm*** It appears that the statements of the ' lx>ndon eOrrospondent of the New Yori Hews relative to the Spbjrns and Cheops War steamers being about to take the sea* copied by ns the other day, t« corroborated -by the Paris oonespondent of the New Tork Herald, a reference to which was made in our Saturday's telegrgqu. Wheth- er these letlai writers are truthful or not, h It qu...

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

-Arv * THE HOUSTON TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ■w -4 VOL. XXX—NO 149 "The Head vflhe Ue ( ou.t Burruu." SuREvrpORT, Jan. 23d, 1805. Dear Loughcry: Believing you to have tho interest of the Confederacy earnestly at heart, and believ- ing you incapable of doing wrong to one who is as earnestly strivi"g to advance its welfare, I w,as pained to eee in a copy ot tho Republican or the 20th, your comments under an article enti led "The Head ot tho late Cotton Bureau." The paragraph you first quote ouly claims to bo an outline sketch of the ope- rations of the Bureau as the round num- bers" in the articles and values clearly in- dicate. but you seem to regard it as though it were a "balance sheet'' and with singular professional ineonsideration, do not even make due allowance for the typographical errors that might have occurred through tho inadvertance of the compositor. Two of tha. errors are glaring—ono in which the cost of the goods is alluded to as .$375,000.01)0- in currency instead of $37,-...

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

-~y @ri-WttM|ielegra|)h ■. ■. ewmwe mum and Froeneior. /I OVHTON . MARCH 7. IWd. TIX HOCITOI TSLXQBAPH U fhMehed UkHy. TrV We«ky «mI Weekly. 1M t MikMrtytlMi |i.'.—V' ! ** =B?=l=fe=i! All enbsorlptton* dtecoannu#-! at tt.e ent of the - me P*M (it, nnle<s tnytcUl arrwngeiueut. are e<Jr tMWfitM'f- inw «r i/fT*tiui i i m til Oittf MB tkl-WtlKLY. , ' If. IV II II II i Hnr..~. )<*«k ....4: H M a tb« W'tuur. .* rw+rt u«f M' JSC. $3 , §t , , tai tu vmir. - < firJf«teHo*..... 10c for*.eh Insertion *o advertisements will h* Inserted at e Um charge fejLft iOMtkttte Advertisements onltrid h W U p pw> without tb Mtttoa bet.« w.ll be publlthed lo ih Adfvertlfers are p«itlcnla>lv repeated 'o order Ikclr uwrtbfHiWtilor i <!en> It* time nod doi mi terUd?" "tll> toibla" will be charted fsc ha M* id«ittWa«iti dal'r. V% #onmarite*;loB will be published In this ■•Ml, newt It lb* option Of lit WtUor. Mtd th t esly wSeea r«(<>D|pi or reference o- mbpmIh It. ktwfWttf'JdWr....

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

r >• i -4 Y fol'o*t A firm is ergan'zed (it need not be known to the public ihat aiioh a parner •hip ex sis,) eonsisting, for example, vl ihree members; oi:e a "loyal' oitinn ol the United State", to buy and sell in ft«.w York; a.ieilnr a "neutral," to curry on the coiicern iu Matam.ros ; and the third '•au avowed rebel," to purchase in Ttxa* and Rend out the cotton. Thus constitu- ted, t! e firm stunds well in the United States, Mexico and Dix e, and by the judi- cious use of noney is b> und to succeed. A firm of this k;nd makes mon« y whore an individual enterprise is sure to Tail. Some portion of it is in favor with each of the belligerents, and can oil the machinery as occasion may require.—X. O. Independent. If a tion or has called into being, ipso facto, ceases to exist. A treaty between Great Britain aud France may be disregarded by both parties and thus fall into disMp ; or it may expire by limitation of its own provisions, or by mutual consent. In either case the agre...

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 — 8 March 1865

fri.4t!eehlt>$ele(jtaiili Houston' march 8<*. 1865. Oar talagrapbs dlspatchse, pablleked ! •< /, •re 0t mint latsresi, hi tk*j rrqalrs nsocb feaiUestloa. Tk« itilwut of (to SMtmond piyin (kttOnilMHU «l|kl theasaa* troop* te Oily foist, (a relaforee Ow Sberm*r,e*onnti to Jut aotfciai al *11* for "iarartora." from wkrm tho tafemaMea h MiH, ara ♦ tobs^e- fteved ITM uto oa(h t M4 that (to altht (hoot- iM «ra latearted for Ihemaa's army, it will ba tie a isenly C'sopp^iUos." tl willbeeeea that tbe Ysakecs c'aim that Hardee , airy have woo. taealy A0 te oppaaa Sin-rauu'a overwbehfcts* force, aad u>«t ths^uiy way the "rebsla" can rue. caaMlrWM* 6! -■ >n, w,U b« by surprising his oolaans ta detail; u.u. virtually admitting that SW- ■HMr be (baa teeeessfel'y cptisel. All we can H9 bawtf (hers in any chances lot success tbey will I* tmprev el by Oen. Hardee. Tie dispatch of Admiral DaMgrtu aad Um state, meats of tbe ftlebmoodtepers o« tbe Jo b, read. r It tolerably osrtala tha(...

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