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

vol. xxxi—no 4. THK HOUSTON TRIWEEKLY houston. monday r APRIL 3, 1865. • * UUUCI 1%KJ. JO'JI t DiuKcr mrvifiM OF • T - 4 "1 ■'* r Jut received Mid for sale bj u mmf Consisting in part of 30,000 lbs assorted Iron aal PU StMl; m ktp«mM thMl 100 iiMi Hta4 6(f Pile*; SO d< sea mM BMUrd Ui H Bound FU«*j 900 dcsbeet quallt| CoUoa im Wool Cards; 300 ooUa Miatlla Bepe; 100 bale* Itdis Biffing; CB sack* Blue j '<5. - . v 85 at oka Blark Pepper; 2u0 sacks Coffee, geod quality j 5000 iba £at Bog Hah Htrnete LM'b.r ; *J,too 000 Fercaiatoo Capa; 800 kegs beat Bcgllah Bit* Powder; 10 doisn Male Collars ; 10 barrets Lks*e<rOll; A large lot of White Lead ; A large lot ef Tie $ A large lot of BaglUh Hoee and K ttoae ; A Urge lot of Ltaea Lawne, Muslims, lie; 8CO (quarts) bottle* Opodeldoc; 600 do do British Oil; 000 Iba. Bark Alcea; 1300 iba Glauber Sella; 5t0 (quarto) bottle* Spirit* Amo^a.&o., &o All of which will ba told loir to elo*e oat eon clgnment. march S8.-'2w affttn i* wti...

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

• <*. (enltmgaod torturing wdnen and tyrau n-Wtmy t izing over a defenceless population, utt Ilia explanation of tb« course of Gen Gram and himself with reference to tbi exchange of prisoner*, exposes a degret of perfidy, ialsebocd and iainmauitj; wbleh would put to sbama any other gov S. a. OWPii- Kttor aa4 F —n«w HOUSTON MARCH 39, 1866. fIB EOUIIOI TXLXOBAVB 'Is |MhM n«Hn Trt-W*rtiy sod Weekly. TWM 0t Mainesfrtteai I m. it. ■yaaufStV i tad of the Agate It Teris mt A4venfalsgi ' jm *n mvmiiu wbut. It. 1«. J* *. la ,. 10c ,.„JOc _.gl..... 4. !• a in tai-wssfcLT. MM W . ; ^ n «aa wsaut. far IF*t No'. * ..j...JOo tor etoh tneerttoo XoadverttaomeiU UIbe loaorto* at leas charge neetod to ordur _j# and not "till will be charged testis or m new ndvwi—n.;' tfei'v. Ma aommoaleailoa will be pabllabed to tfi ■aaer.ttMpt st ibe option of the editor.aad Ibei Ufftoa e reepoaeibto **" itwitfr- tt known to lb* editor. Common lea< tone deal*aad to edraaee the per- eeaal ar polltleel totofeeta...

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

-TOR the hly >ert D. of ing 9QO in- the at P- for ol- ill, ion ic- be Dg BBt as it ot- )ra h* ve >r, te, ri- K<+>4 canted by pcrcuflsion caps made in, or at least forwarded from New York. I also learn that the new population is almost wholly made up from Bkulkers from the draft North and 8outh. ouk situation. As I hAe informed yon, the detachments of troops which have for some time been under command of Gen. Gordon Granger, hare been strengthened by i he arrival of lour or five new regiments, and the entire body have been orgauized and will hereafter be known as the Thirteenth Army Corps, Major Geueral Gordon Granger The en- tire corps ts in the vicinity of Mobile,, the General's headquarters being at Fort Gaines. Gen. Cauby and Bt-«ff have been on a visit to Granger, and returned here a few days ago. The troops are represented as being in good health and in fine spirits The larger part of the Thirteenth Corps be- long to regiments from the Eastern and Middle States, and...

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

iri-W«W|®ciegr pb HOUSTON. TPHIL 3, 1865. h Jui a 8 K t will leave -gain tor Km of the river on tbe 10<h of Aprt'. Iyttsr* wnt to this office tor hts ttitll. should be accompanied bs V) cents, car- riers fee. Mink «4<b.—We d ti reporta of a ■ericas reverse of Ui Yanke- l«et attacking M>- blle, aid lb* I'M of on* regro regiment. Ida qalte (truli tb* cat my baa aa 7*1 aeeocmpltsbod BOlh'ng IbWI." The above from a private letter from Havana ia the first intelligence we have bad of the reaalt of the attack on Mobile. This attack ia being made by a large fleet, and, a bear/ co-operating land force, under Gen. Grang r. He had, on the 3<1 alt., the Thirteenth Army Corps, probably number* ing 15,000 men. Oen. A. J. Smith, with the Sixteenth Army Corps, numbering about the aame, was eight milea below New Or- leans at the same time, and we presume has ere this joined in the attack on Mobile. What will be the probable upshot of that attack, we have little means of knowing. From the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 April 1865

4*4. THE HOUSTON TRI WEEKLY TE^i^*uvrxi. -« VOL. gXXI—NO 5- HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1865. DIRECT IMPORTATION OK STAPLE GOODS, * J ugt received and for sale by T W. OUSE, WHOLE NO. 3S92 Consisting in part of 20.000 lbs assorted I on and Plows eel; 200 k*gt assorted Kallt} 100 dcsen Hand Bav Filet; 50 d I'D astt'd Bastard and >4 Round Filet; 200 dcxbett quality Cotton and Wool Cards; 300 coll* M -.nill t /! >pe; 100 baiee India B iggiog; 25 sacks Rloe; 85 tacks B1 tek Pepper ; 250 sacks Coffee, pood quality ; 5000 Ibe beet Eoglisn H trness Leather ; 2100,000 Percussion Otpt; 200 kegi bett English Rifle Powder; 10 doiin Mole Co Hart; 10 barrela Lica'eJ Oil; A Urge lot of Whl e Lead; A large lot of Tin; A large lot of English Hose and y% Hoie ; A large lot of Linen Lawns, Muslim, &c>; 800 (qusrts) bottle* Opodeldoe; 000 dq do . British Oil; BOO Ibt. Bark Alces 5 1200 lba Glauber Sails ; 500 (qnarts) botllef Spirits Amoaia.du., dee- All ot which will bo gold low to elos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 April 1865

«ii4WwM0®eIepajft g.«. tWWIi HOUSTON. APRIL 4; 1 m. t*I SOVfTOV *IL U1PH to ptWWM DuHy..*rt-W#ckl7 w4 Weakly. Tmw •< litowUdwi in, ii, la. it. SSErT fiBSFM dHa—tinned at tb cod of the Um mate •*? *T -f Hi m % %r JV ■9 :v-/:W .V ■ **! 1, -v V.'-- §®R3 Hp^S|gr|| m, *, mmJ- - :'xVv,-I 41 §t $u&1 |gr.fpr^| Mim fc> Tim mf AinriMw i a in aai at tki-wiult. it. i«. m. *H. 6M. 10c SOe ....*2 44. U n HI VU>W1BUV. fit tplj Mm ..._ ... 10c Jk $1 $Z~... $s in tu WftULY. Par ||,|| liar joo.fcr *«ch lDtertlon K« •dvartlMuei'u wlu be InMited at a 1cm cbarsu jSr&asaaitfWTOJiwK i&Rsjsawrti orMd." AdTiitlHiMtli "tm IwWd" wlU M cbirged Of M MV ■avtfll-wwr.f Vo MBUMBtM'Us «IU b« pnbtlif 4 to thla ■utr. qwK M tb« option of tha editor, «J then Mhfkts i ivipooiwto a«m« or hImwm m* let t . ItcewB to tie oditor. ataat loo* deafened to advance> the poi^ politic* i totoiMU of lndi d« «)«. H Ii4 ■nitaSTiotiiiri, mim 1 vladl efcaraoter, ol r«udarad oec •wr hr * lieattoaa l ibx reedier eo«...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 April 1865

y General will leave on to-morrow, in pur- suit of tbe literal*, who are about GOO strong, tnd about 50 o i'es from Piedras Negras, and will return as soon aa tbe en- emy ia dispersed. Respectfully, eto , MAR8H GLENN, Capt. Comd'g Po*t. Eagle Pass, March 19, 18(55. Mr. R. S. Finch.—Yesterday evening 4 Liberals were shot by the Imperial party, at Piedras Negras, at about 3 o clock, P. M. They were escorted by a strong guard to the grave yard. I have learned the names of three of them : Nicodemus, Francisco Cantun, and Matias Guerra. Day before yesterday Gen. Lopez arrived at Piedras Negras wit it part of his tioops ; the rest, about 700, will arrive to-day. Yours, etc. F. G. H. From the following letter, which Mr. G. J. Durham has permitted us to copy, we presume Judge Palmer is already in the hands of our military authorities, and will be brought back to San Antonio for safe keeping—Gazette. Eagle Pass. March 20th, 18G3. Sir : As it may be a source of gratifica- tion, I would inform...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 April 1865

•/' I • t rrsr HOUSTON, APRIL 5, 1865. M4nA I Bjm «UI leave again for Km. *< U e river *n lb* 10ho<April. LHter*mo!to this office fcf*l ■tft*henidbnnoei«ai i*d tor M cents. cir- llM'liM. N« o«e can fail to obaerre in the report of the interview between General* Slaugh- ter and Wallace, the tone of confidence by tbe latter, that the military had control of the civil authorities in the United State*, and that the policy of ite government waa being shaped by the Generals of the army with a view to their own employment con- tinuance end increase in power. CoL Ford write*; " Gen. Wallace said substantially, whatever General Grant recommends, Mr. Lincoln will do. * * From all he said on the subject, it would have be3n impos- sible to arrive at any other conclusion, than that (Jen. Grant is bona fide President of the United 8tates—the power behind the throne greater than the throne I" He pro* posed to treat "directly with the military authorities of the Trans Mississippi Depart- ment...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1865

V ' • 4 . THE HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. i VOL. XXXI—NO G. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, APltlL 7, 1865. WHOLE NO. 3S93. -C For ll-.e TfUjrrapJ?. 1)) pt psin-1 ctdlerstUn-II) por hondrlicn. Ed. Trx.—Dyspepsia, after all U at h;"« been said anil writteu about it, is nothiug more than a tlied down stomach. lw remedy suggests itself: give it a chance to rest. In most cases of dyspepsia the patient does not possess sufficient intellectual force to control tbe animal developments in bis organism. IIo mf.y be educated an.', cap ble of a grand display of strong terms 1 discussing tba merits of certain dishes ad drink-; the advantages to Iwj derived to a man bav ng liver complaint, liko himself, from a regular established rule, strictly ad hered to to eat little and often; the pro of food ; 'eh meal, until the quantity taken docs not sour on the stomach. Every time it docs sour, however, tho lye should be taken in about gill doses every 10 or 15 minutes, until the acidity, lulness of etoinach, headac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1865

—r THE HOUSTON TRI WEEKLY TELEGRAPji, APRIL 7, 1865. this advantage over a monarchical system, that it is more durable, more constant in ita purposes, more faithful to tradition, more daring in its policy, .since a great namber of persons riiare in th« responsi- bility, and none is individually responsible. Rome, with her compact territory (timiUt resumes), bad no longer any ne«d for the concentration of authority In a stnglo hand; but she required such a new order ol th ngs aa weald give free access to power to her great men, and by the reward of public Sonor would inspire the faculties of all. The main thing was ie educate a race of su- perior m'.n, wfoo, succeeding each other with the same principles and the Fame vir- tues, might perpetuate from generation to . generation tne system most likely to pro- mote the national g ory. The fall of royal* \y was therefore an event favorable to the development of Rome." ^ Perhaps this tribute to th^Jir uoe of an arlstoeratio government is m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1865

THE HOUSTON TRI-WBEKLY TELEGRAPH, APRIL 7, 1865. 3 > V- > V and iliu two hundred iowus surrendered > without re>istauee to Agatbocles, imme- diately on his appearance iu Africa. Rome, on tbe contrary, surrounded bvr colonies t with ramparts; and the walls of Pacentia, Spolefuin, Caailiuum aud No!a,°eontributcd to arrest the invasion of Hannibal. These two powers, then, of equal ambition, but of opposite spirit, could not long remain in presence without disputing the com- mand of the rich basin of tho Mediterra- nean. Sicily, especially, was destined lo excite their covetousness. The possession of (bat island was shared betweeu the Syraousaas, the Carthaginians, and the ulamertin^e. The last—descended from the old adveu- turers, meicenaries of Aguhocles, who —* came to Italy in 490, and were established at Messina—made war upon the 8yracus- j ans. They first sought' the. assi-tunce ot ( the CarthBginiaue, but soou disgusted with their exacting allien they sent to demand s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1865

NtfUkV .AW<Nu '.*ii'M ■'■0% B. flWBgf. gggt and P-mwhw HOUSTON. At MIL 7, 1806. *11 II " II Til XOVtXOa TBIZGBAFH la paMaiwtf natljr.Trt-WaaSijr sail Weakly. ,i T«M ol HakMrlfllN I KM. CM. 1 T. _-4«. •«. 4i J 8 AH n>M(1pllMi dbeoailnuad at tba *ad of the ■a Mr, ntilMs tipeclal airing eniebti are made the contrary. <'T«ran of A4v«rilal i A n fas MILT ARB TU-WtUlT. >; ' IT. IWilH.SM. CK. Agate Bae-...—........19: .„..aoc -.42. U 16 u/aa Tw-wnuui. * tar Agate tu*...... io< ts IB TBI VUUT. far A*«U no* .... 100 for exch Inaartton NoadvertUamanti win be toaartad at a teat ehnta (Ban fOaabta. AdvcrUaemcnta ordered In thU paper, without the —. - jmbllilted to the edition fctlcg aoaclflad, Anarthm are pi KtlcntarlT reqaefted 'o order for a deAi'lta Time and not "till AdTertlaaaienta "till JorBId" wlU be charged Mr advetttaemenia orMd." AdvertlMax at aa Baw adTerM* ipen< n«IM Kt Bomaaaalaitlen will be pobllafced la till* paaar. aiaapl at tba option of tba editor, and then O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1865

THE HOUSTON TRI-WKKKLY TKLKGKAl'll, APRIL 7, 1865, the Y-it-kee authorities Do we not fin,I ^tbecn now recruiting lit t-vt-ry plnco tLnt > can be j r cured. On th b, tun! iu ihe EasteiB ooniiueut, among the Irish, Germans, High and Low Dutdti, French, Ecgli-h, Hungarians, Foles, in the Fe«ia- ral Stale', at the South, among the In-' dian?, at home and abroad, ihey are prom- ising "lVauty and Booty," to all who will join their rankn. Even in the Coufeie- rate States they are inveigling many hun- dreds, perhaps tfc'usar.da, ot cr ir^u heart- ed Southerners into their armies. It is said, that their eruiss'wita in s> me of the German States, bare so syBteroatiied the recruiting business, that it is not only a lucrative eiupli yoient, but one by w. ich fortunes at e being amwcd In s< me —y places f.nce is used, in oth<rs bribes, vol- unteering, drafting, enisling, cont-cript- ing, deceiving, d l'ran<1ing, cheating, and every other means whioh Yankee inge- nuity can devise,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1865

THE HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, APRIL 7, 1865. (cmmid nuw r«i 3.) Mt y f: conspiracy lalntvo oowiiwi t*>e Hit' at Cbw." . nYiinis Ik —mail at Tbuni—bl vu If th|s "HUtoire de Julius Caesar w, nervous disorder, whisb vu appeal#!* lbs work of an ordinary histo-, far miln t H« devoted maoh rian,ltjr «ld have attracted public atton- for rpuep <y. nm ' ♦<« Wbt twisted with the name of one Isevdor, whisb was appesrtly the woi He devoted maoh rfen, ltJWld have rtnV te hi* personal appearaaoe; ear#. Hon. Btt associatt iKsbnvingor pluoblsgout hie heari. and artistieally bringing his hair to (he freat of his head, whTeh, in his more id- Taaoed age, assisted to conceal bis bald, ■im gone people reproached aim with IhssfistatlTHi of leratefaing his head with ■ ■sfcfir f-^r so that be should not de taagehie leeks. Bis general mnke op waa shsMs; btt toga was generally adorned wilhalatielave, MngedWn to tba^baada, aad fastened bj a girdle loosely caugb' about his loins——a oootume which w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1865

HSn the dying squadron off Brazil, and will bok after the privateers on the South Ame- rican coast, if they appear there to do mix- chief to our commerce. The Navy Department has received a communication trom Acting Rear Admiral Thatcher, commanding the West Gulf block- ading squadron, enclosing a communication from Colonel Dwight, commauder of ex- change of the military division of West Mississippi, in which tne latter states that the exchange of all naval officers delivered to him at Red river, on the 28th of Februa- ry, has been effected by the detygery of the rebel naval officers at Mobile oa^ke 4th inst. together with the delivery of tie rebel Ad- ^mirai Buchanan, at Richmond, at about *ame time. Aetiog Rear Admiral Lee, commanding the Mississippi squadron, in a communica- tion, dated March 22d savf : On the 25th ult., forty-four officers and men, lately attached to vessels of tho squad- ron, who had been held as prisoners of war, were delivered at the mouth of Red River, and o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1865

TIIE HOUSTON TRI-WKKICLY TELEGRAPH, APRIL 7, 1860. |P%. wi TtiM Auburn, A.laC, Feb. 17,1865. Ed. T*lbo«aph -.—The mirage of peace fart again rim* III dazzling beauty before tbe anttflMi minds of tbe people of our Coo- fed* racy. But, alaa t like a bright enchant* ing dream.it ha* weighed,and we have be*n awakened to die solemn reality of " tho Bit* ntion." Our oommlaalooera have cone to Hs#ptoe Bfoads, where they mot Lincoln and ni* wilj premier, and now we have their report on their return to our capitol. II give* no uncertain wound. It is clothed In no language of persufwive eloquence to "the wayward and erring •latere," but boldly and defiantly amerta tbe ultimatum afforded tj tho e who have repudiated with a the tart government tbe world evefc aa#** I<arrogantly demands *ubmbalotitd tbe cons'Itntion and laws of the United States f—not submission to tbe constitution sod fros ts thr-y tetr*, but are now ! ajid this demand Is coupled with the informa* Hon that "theslavery questi...

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

THE HOUSTON TRT-WFiTffKI Y TELF' VOL. XXXI—NO ' Extract* from Ik* N Y. Ncw««f ike 13th Bpsclsl Dlapateh lotkiN. I. Newt. Washugtoh, March 24.—Gen. Grant s army is ready for any emergency, but as yet no movement has been oommenoed be yond packing np. The siok and wounded continue to arrive from Cjity Peint, and the hospitals at that plaee are nov almost empty. No additional intelligence from North Carolina has been received here, exoept tfafe, that Goldaboro' was not occupied at Ike time reported. Gen. Sberidan was still at White House When last heard from*. Reports abont the evacuation of Rich- mond are unusually active to-day, but there are no good foundations for them. Mr. Osbon, the correspondent, who was arrested for furnishing to the newspapers the details of the first expedition to Fort Fisher, is still confined in the Old Capitol Prison. His trial will probably take place next week. Col. Mosby has collected six hundred men in Fairfax, Prince William and Loudon counties, and h...

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M " ;**A ^4 §rMf«Mg®*leg* pb * i m <■ HOUSTON. APRIL 10, 1886. Dally..Trt-Weefcly Hd Weakly. •t HllMWiMII ^ja^^t5sffsx£^rs.°us Till <f AlfrtWu« m urn auu ui nmni. •r. UH wtll be charged oi tu wmaur MiHtoltn,,,,,, — lOe.feraach insertion VeagrwtjeaaMota vlll be inserted aia less chains 'UUtsjswb quested to JSB0 . o > —wamtto*— ■e mbmbMIm wlU be mMM ta this payer, awifi itttwgttw oftae editor, sad thee ' llltkMWB toiki, i all ibtkirtMUiurrliroottM, mho **a« M«wm iWimw, iot mtatlm Svane yrtHwHw la lh> " t>hyr«rttr . t-"1 vt published ooly u edfer- _—.—j§* embreelng totomttagj T from all points, and ! desired will fc*' it vlll writ* on but oae ltdeef hwmvmW frror that ell persoasra- aelvtag putn leu thea two meathe old, m*<of tko Mleelselppi. or from any foreign country. will ■Mm Dm ut of them till wo om lay tfcour ooa- tentikotorothepublic. All aecfc papers will bo free* lly paid forlf dedred- Tho remains of Maj. Gen. Wharton weft yesterday taken to Hempstead for inte...

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

Andrew Johnson'* inancnral. From the Nsw York World. We give below the revised edition of i Vice-President Johnson's inaugural ad- A dress, as it appears in the offioial report of the proceedings published in the Globe and append the true report as printed in the World of Maroh 6, together with a graphic report of the same speech. TBI UVOBB UPOKT. The Vto*President — la lb* Vie«-P ilU*ot •too* mom ready to take and subscribe the oath of otto* r She Ylee.FrMldraWetoet, (Hon. Andrew John- S®B ? *•■ •••••)—I an. [Then taming to tb* Senate, he ■aid;] Senators: 1 am here to-day a* ■ the ehoaen Vies-Prssident of the United States, <*nd aa snob, by constitutions! provision and am ■ade the presiding officer of this body. I there- fore prcaent myselt hare In obedlenee to tba high babeata of the American people to dUeharge a u eonatitntlonal duty, and not presumptuously to throat myself In s position so exalted. May I at this moment—It maj-n-H be Irrelevant to the oo- eaalon—advert to the ...

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

-E\" m- iri-3WeeM|®elegtaph 4 Tt J ft *H J '' ^'' ' fl, a OmXON, APRIL 1>, 18M. ~iS «5*cU F%.givrfrom the New York Hf— Mtj, e«Mt ftdlto prove encour- agisg (o <mr wedets. The ftsllng there caiaOt b* iflwgtiisdfl, that the Federal pro* poet is anything bo* frvorehie to an early, or a moo—fai tonulesMoa of the war. QfMl fcer'wes entertained that Sherman wm anything alas than master of the sit- uation. The battlea of the 10th, 10th and 19th, frere aU very eoaaiderable Confeder- ate tfoeesssd*, and operated u a aerioua check to bis movement.. Tha address of the Confederate Congress ales bad Us effect in Mew York, as well as ia tftt €UwHt. The tone of defiance that pervades it, if not the tone of " whipped reNjjj^" U> whom amnesties are generous or flfsirafcl*, ar*f whatever the abolition jo l—la iwy ssy, there is certainly a fe-p in* Of dread and tear, that the prospect uf peace, > tjj% utter conquest, is hopeless, and that safth a conquest inrotras an ez- penditnxeof man an...

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