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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 April 1865

- 4 VOL. XXXI—NO 8. THE HOUSTON TRI-WF.F.Kl.Y TELEGRAPH. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1865. The Governor TV.—I am one who entertains no doubt of the tlnai success ol the cause of the Confederate States. I loi k forward cor Qcently to the ttme when we si.all not only he recojjnlKed an an Independent nation, but as a happy and prosperous people o^der the op. r*. Hon of a cor: .utitloii, based up' n the great urUol. pies, to moliithin which irn u ive been, at. J an'""* milling. Uid x not believe In tie r'ght of governlig them elve-, by the people, and d d £ not now ae here tof >ie hoi : to Me s.iced doctrine of Statu right , I she aid deprecat-* a w r that ha.s ueiuyed oar Ian . In blood.ai.<• W'u.jk u wall ot woe f'oin the Potomac to the Kto ~ etrcnttei < and thro. macnltie tulrnU w> ting tU«* this ocoa fact, that pcl'.tK^l * tlo'ifc. le. We t I', too «1 ppantly abou a merit a* ' lies when amid the shocks !« ter. .o poltleal esrthqu.k-, the Con' i«rac> do-.- u t to onr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 April 1865

8ri-3$ttblg®tl*!upfc HOUSTON. APRIL It, 1*6.' b. a. iai Proprietor. tib iivmi t11ih1fb 11 yiMM DtDrCTri-WMkfr Md WeoWy. m. ■. in. ii. At wbscrlpttoos discontinued at scysrial ■mm* tbe end ef the W— «C AltWlM—i n iu mm id imiMi*. it. lw. lj Put Ipto laau Afate US'- W.MwUCMM.JkU. 41*>l in nu ■in. jwo.feroech Insertion Waadswll—nonli will tin Inserted itilwekuit Newts. .|0rt#r<-jjjfci, paper, without tbe Mclfled, wSl be puMsbcd la tba J«£S 3&9 • M M* advertisements <UU ■a Will be aublbbod to this JUrr«Mri^c Uoaof tie editor,and than Sjbfhaa a rMponawto ar referenda ao- "sss!Ki!iiK:iSs.iy^5«~. • f- aaMl ac polUiaal Intcreete of tedlvllMla. all •kHufiaa iai ■arrlafT neUoee, ferao- \ fliil aattenaa* oheraoter, sot rendered ae« 'saury by advene publleatloBS to the readtaf ewuasasof ihtepoper, sto., will ba pabltahed only as adver- ambraalaf totofagag^i netra will aeUeijo?tto aial*pol n ts , nd~ w be a dSmapaadaaV will write oa bat oaa aid# of ^VTaak'aa aa especial favor that a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 April 1865

-f U-4 Tbmpetency on the viceregal throne, bat there was treason behind it; and though we may complain, we cannot wonder that with such a Governor and such a Secretary, that the disposition of the people was maligned and their loyalty impeached, and that the imperial government was induced to believe that the failure of Canada to provide for her defence arose from her indisposition to con- tinue her connection with Great Britain if that connection involved in the future the possibility of heavy responsibilities aad sac- rifices. jt H«ielMiMii at Htathern Subjugation. Prom the New Y< rk New* 26th The Boutbern peonle staud I rout to itont with rain and degradation. Pierce rerltUnce their only alter- native, can any oi.e donlt that tbey have accepted It •▼en to the knli< f The men who wrong the It de- pendence of th<-6e Btatts from the grasp ot Gi'O'gr the Third of Rngisnd.did not aire herd that can be np« poaed capable 01 such a weakness of soul aa to accept a peace or Infamy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 April 1865

-i ®w.3(PeeMg®eleg«apIi HOUSTON, APRIL 12, 1865. We obeerve in several papers, the name of Brig - Gen. H. £. McCulloch, announced bj his own authority, aa a candidate for Governor. Gen. McCulloch was spoken of in many quarters for this office two years ago, and it was thought by his Iricnds if he had ran he might havo beqn elected. There is no more devoted patriot and laborious officer him. He has borne nobly hit* part in this revolution, and in whatever po- sition he has been placed, has accomplished well the duties belonging to it. We have received for publication, and lay before our readers, a letter from Judge •Uray, Treasury Agent of the Trails-Missis- sippi Department , to the Hon. J. M. Maxey, of Polk oounty, explanatory of his reasons for refusing to extend the time for using permit* for the exportation of Cotton, issn ed by the Cotton Bu^au. We cannot but regret that his sense of official obligation and the pressure of the necessities which surround our armies, should have ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 April 1865

> THE HOUSTON TRI-WEEKXY < / - 4 VOL. XXXI—NO 9 HOUSTON, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1865. WHOLB NO. 3896. BY TELE3RAPH, Special to the Daily Telegraph Shf.EVEPort, April 12. ; V ■ ' i T:: > . * • From the Cincinnati Commercial. March 31* Washington, March 30.-—Tho Chronicle of to-day says the rumor which is retailed by the gossips of the town, of a meeting of President" Lincoln and Gens. Grant, Sherman, Meade, Ord, and Sheridan, on board the River Queen, is undoubtedly cor- rect, but we can assure our readers that the result of the conference is not publicly known. New York,-March 30.—The Herald's Washington special says: The President held a council of war at City Point, atten- ded by Gens. Grant, Sherman. Meade, Ord, Sheridan and others, that immediately af- terwards a general movement of the army was begun. The Herald also has a report from Washington, that Lee since Saturday^ fight, has renewed his request for a military convention, to'agree upon term for a cessa- tion of hostil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 April 1865

SfMfffefclgfttegfipfc HOUSTON, JPMIL 13. 1060. * .. (tunc ■0V«TO> TXLS«BAIB MMMr^M-VNl if nl WMktjr. •I VitacilfdM i v_ TMMtTA* m m Mn< in nu-wnu. ♦ *' to Ms nMTSBKLT fit into Ib>.iiii ■>!.■... Coli Itwt, of thl8>t Antonio Herald and t|# — Teiaa cavalry, is in town. He appear* *«be la l e trim, for either the kwUbi or the field. , The wires ere beyond Round Top, op their wey to San Antonio. That city and Houston will soon be able to cackle over the sspne egg before it gets oolo. « lOo.lorMch tnaacttea wUlba tuwted at a tssi rti m ^uPa^t wttteet tos &5SB03&9 its dalljr. Se editor. aa4 tfeea I ressoosibte asm or relarseye ao- >tt,k*ewateth« s«ttor. ^T' r, mSSSWSSi — emhraMac teterssttng aawa all points, and whea desire# will wilt iiltoHa •atoms e# sslvlac iH «s|MMt eriM«ll pei lass thaa twe month* old, sast of , or froi eftbea fmJr anr 'oretea oonairv. wlU till we see ley their eon- ■aeb papers will be i SRls We ca&ot tea often, or too urgently, impress u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 April 1865

Jw a*e beeu pamed Mod utirt fifd thai some just road ro ihe arcomplishment of an . b- aucb plm or a better one, had m.t been iu general us* long before ihie -line. Any aiiifaJmeut-1 you u. <y • ,lnk >nlvat> tagPOUB to the cause will lie tbanktullv rectiveJ and oon«iiieri'.i at the April term of the C unty C< oh, I am, Reverend Sir, imtst resp^etuUj, you: obd'i serv'i, J. C YARBUO, C J •The prices paid the . Him-s fur «hir* quai er surfing ti , U «5 p r nm mid bor« •l' mil act ri H IO/I- icui h* mop 'I b* (i ct* •< io'i<n^gi>' >f Ibe m ld|ers" 3 <ui m ' i. S3 or pri , r ol- i (i q ' i; y >- iteco«aitl< n. y v ► - Eo. Tki. — I have said, iu a former art- icle, that the South is master of the sit- uation ; that we can compel the natio as to recognisa us; that ve have been entitled to recognition ever since the free and indepen- dent States of the South si ceded and form- ed a separate government; that we have shamed our prond record, by bumb y beg- ging...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 April 1865

• \ I Mr; mm, 'W IJI Hp] I# Wk i. y h&& I I* H % Jv J m lv? ■jm- r 1 11 Ji 1 * &J9 L-es v W * ..... ...** TO*. lP*tt 14, IW. BR 1<X who are no* aceostoimd to wad- ing the !few Tork Herald- Tribune and Commercial, may, on reading the dispatch- es published to day, which have bee* copied from those papon, be tad in ad to attach rape little importance to the as, hot we ean assure ear readers, that a* ridiculous as 'Wm' dlipAUsftea are, they are fair speoi- mens of the trash, nonsense and Ilea with whteh theae nhnata. others of like ilk hare b«w crammed during the laat two months in particular We only pub- lish them that oar people may see how the Yanjkw journals strive to keep op the •pirita of the people and the army, in jw- ttdpattaa # the coming contest. If a great battle, the greatest of the war, has nolakeedy been fought, we are on the eve of one, and Gen. Lfce instead of spending his time in "renewing his request for a mili- tary convention, to agree upon terms for...

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

xxxi XO 10 i r. IJ1 i.aio i vulfii Gen. L tper4 r a* r p p a E ' HOUSTON Till-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. WW houston, monday, april 17, 1865, WHOLE NO. 3897. < I if cj«rilr Mill, 0u' l> C\ o " t" • e > Bfls -He 0 •r M. il M.Atlfl; ,1/ t># i. II i il t, l>f *T 0 1 0- rt M 0 .'let lj D.,u 1...-.V. ' I dujitU 0 . -, ' mot near the ra«.rk-n t .usn .u i I'j.-aun-.l to go over an 1 •'iJ'ko'* Bri geport, bat ui tu last ac- ants ho bl-ck warriors h d not CMsaed ihe iajtij of Brid^aport arc-re prepir'd w.rui recopl|oa, and a lively time or* tho appro.vh or ihe rierria*. NllCi.ir EiVf< !ho foil,1*1 il COge.llt r?*sodS • '• -hoel I uot bo drifted 1 I iseelu't.- .pore last nlte that the gov<xnment i: .* I list'tut. a a dralt, Mil thai in u t«w diiya hun- dreds of iU uiands u petssble cltit-.'LS will be , Urtg^eU 10 ilia tented fei-ld j I know i-ot whatoihe'.s *uay d<* but 11 for me, I go. Up-n a rijrd fjr.- iitairaii'd uviuv 1 fizjtk'l mau, 1 find tiwii«'<> > ni-.dnis for...

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

iii-WwMgUflfgwpk HOUSTON, APRIL 15, I860. M. a. CWHUt. TIB .I9BAPH Is vtMMM mi WMUy. TifN at HaliiHidN • 1 Ma la. IE 1 T. Jl am MtacrtpUrts tflMMtnmd it the cad of tfc« ffpalSfcr.wp5mMptcUl«rt>agwn oUf m 0 •tmrma •riimtMNi n tn mat in ojwjhu-t. M> «mu. a m wibut. F« A**t« liar — .lOo.feff M<* ln rt1on M*^r*rtlMiu«DUwillbe tsMrW4 aiaiMtcb M adHio^b^C0** eclflcd? wvtassr AwwUHH I Iffiassusissnix<ijt orML" Ad«*ttiMD*n(* "till Mibtd" otkM.MV adve«U«ineate deltir. wlthont tho U iSMtad <• onJ r ne nd not "till WW to chars* wilt *• poWU^el la thl lUir.lllill •* UM ortlofl Of ti* •41W>r,aa4 then fesSsssr^ political tBteioiU ( UdlfkAaU, all i and aarrlaf* notiaoa, tfw - \ l*<ll * ibhuftom* "a*i£?faaSlBS*oo«w i5 f asadvor- pvblUatioaa to iha madias < tpsyr, ata^ will ba pablUbtd only . I f: M 4 wi 11 #jp H ifpp 3?f K f i 1 oe ainhrMlBf «nUrMtln« B wa tad from all points, and wbaa daalca« wUl will wrlu on bat oaa alda of . S*tKBm aa aapcalal anwv that all aaraoa* ra- •a...

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

WUiU ih'ili. ■ ili« Uill'creuci-f ■ 4 thlB: Is it not in the nature of separate mitted, abuses have been to'cated, dis- politioal coruniuuities that they shiud ! asters have befallen, but he loses neither Lis choose. or nut choose lo not with other 1 courage uorhis hope, and amid the roar ol' such political communities, according as j artillery and the tumult of war, his voice is they csn, or cannot, agree with their pqli j heard above the din of batt'e, with no pu- tics ? All common action of Nor'h and 1 ling cry of "we ure going to destruction—j breathe a spirit of in Jomiu ble resolution South has hitherto been in the nature of i the general is toblame;' but clear and strong | to triumph in the glorious oause of South- compromise; nod when it becomes no I ^ com©**, thrilling our hearts with ilit* independence. No 6uffcriog9 no dis— ' of a trumpet—stimulating the strong, and A m st ev< ty toiea fr m the army sieaka enc U'a^emrnt and confidence. Private letters nod publia resolu...

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

1 a ®riegtapq V HOUSTON. APRIL 17. 1885. :|S& . <;$" a i ?$ £ y.* r, y r. T -i • • r 7 — ■ - -- Bb K **••.- I Tba;H«t, o«" etfht or ton wagons liens Overuse settkraent, Bmli cauniy, hi ih*lr wey boae f o<b Houston, wets attested mm Crprrn J'pot, Uy ewee •etatrrs it Ooo'd'a u4 Ber-Uman'o. con,ore«d Jf«r>y ef tb< a *uen *' *n tk«lr "«y P <h« <*uu"y 'o ttjkrf tfctir fcoiace of th ra re going ihe aassvvrey. Tl.e nrst Srairt n'.l4"? *• team *a* ( hi ol HB «ft<l wide* l««!y, M • Hir«h,« mother A#serfs cbildrst.; ihey prtsen'eil a £if« and ylwi to bor breast and <:< m>r.<l *<l J er id nfy— 11%,** she trM, '**"1' 1 «li Rive jou all." tut Ibi banted to ih> m all tbeba'f. The at'xtwnf. n w-t ibat < f Mrs r.i. s^cd Wow ,* , )*#*• Afier bile* tre.tsd I" th* n*w roinnrr, •Oil afitr <b(t Ik- BQ h'f th'SOJUa- drsls sear, bed even M-rdo h s fcrf saoro. Jben a "ew o d * i wcr« irst <td In lti« i*it.e way, ••4 lostly, Sfr, Z 'ni. of IhtSl Tt-xus rtt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 April 1865

THE HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY see X VOL. XXXI—NO, 11." HOlTSTON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1865. WHOLE NO. 3898. Om. Murider tn Uulveeton. ,,, OiLTMTo*, April 17.1889. Ld. Te'.—Ai a commanlcitton from tbts ul*ce ici*- tlve to the tour of Inspection Juot accomplished by the Major Jenerel commandluij me District of Ttx- •a, may not be DDiccepuble to your numeroa* read- er*. 1 have taken tbe Itbertj to drop yon a few linen. The review or the troopa took place on th.* 14th lt>£t, General Magrnder arriving on tbe ground about 11 o'clock, A M., accomp'oled with htc staff, Capt. B. P. Tanner ana others; Geo. Mexry and the celebrated J. N. Mafflt, 0. 8. N Tbe evolutions of tbe aoMlfrs were handsomely executed, and duly appreciated by tbe General. After review of the troopa, the Msjor General cansed them to be formed In mass, and rUlrg to a position from wblcb he could most easily be heard, he delivered a sllrrlt g and pa- triotic address. He told tletn tb it he wonld for this occasion, depart from t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 April 1865

m-. APRIL 18, IMS. mrnmin gagtts.rsss.y-'itgs.-J: KM iwn*i« If ||| MILT Alt BI-VBUI • a_'j:'ft '* ■ W Aaik taiMAiM •Er I I (M MklMMMUl <1 ■ •ItH editor, aaA than or mHWMi hx ...w will u pabiWMd only asad^oe- to will writ* MbMiM ■ *••* mpmUI Inw ikit iU neseoas ro- les* IkM IVO BOM Ik* OM, MUt of •OUtfT. will hrdwt wt an torn tb< . ■«d> papers will bo Tkedbpetcbes which we publish are suf. ficient to assure a* that great disasters have overtaken our armies in Virginia, under Gen. Lee. The extent of these disasters cannot yet bo estimated with' any confi- dence. Our information is altogether from TunW sources. There is not only the ets*jwa|ion which is natural even. whsre falsehood is not designed, but the exagger- atiopwhiah ha been a part of their system throughout the war, not to admit defeats; and always to magnify Victories ; and for wMakthars is the most evident purpose add the strongest motive at the present time. They willssek by the most extravagant ao- eount of thei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 April 1865

Galveston, April 1st, l6tk>. auj hardships ot' the fearful s;x mouths Ed. Tel.—Please publish the tallowing 0f uniotermitted battle aud campaiguiog. r ? - ' 4 A and oblige your ob't servt JNO. IRELAND, Lieut. Cul. eth Inft. Galveston, March 20, ldCo. Colonel:—I was desirous to Bee you and to express to you my regret at learning th*t you conceive, that in my review of the pro- ceedings of the general court martial, of which you were President, in the case of Capt. Lewis, I made a charge of the vio* lation of your sworn duty, in making of your finding and sentence, I would say to you that I had no intention of making so fjrave a charge against the oourt I be- ieved, however, and still believe, that the court made a most erroneous finding, and awarded an entirely inadequate sentence; but I have no reason to believe, and it was no part of my intention to state that the court committed perjury in so doing,^but I wished to state that they, in my opinion, misconceived the obligations im...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 April 1865

PuHte. HOUSTON, APRIL 19, 1865. ^ .. . SB Every mall brings us a reoommeodetion of tome MV man for Governor. Sewoely * oonaty taibH tome eminent citizen, or t command but baa some distinguished aol- dier to Wfgw* aa combining all the abili- ttaa tot the plaoe, and aa the very man for tut thus. Baally, this is becoming a grievance. The way things seem to be g«ing, no respectable bat modest gentle- man or soldier is entirely secure against the chftnoss of being brought before the people for Governor- -a position of all others to in- spire fotfdlotrast of the vsfniote qualifica- tions; We are reminded of the state of tflUbrs fat the time of George II, when Pul- tttytgr Jading difficulty, owing to the state of parties, to form a Cabinet, it was said "thatit was not safe to walk the streets, for fenr of being Impnssed for a osbinet min- ister." Mo pretensions now fte so humble that they do not incur risk of being canraas- sfl for a place that should seem to be wholly beyond the ambition ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 April 1865

THE HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY VOL. XXXI—NO. 12. JZi larJti APH. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1865. WHOLE NO. 3899. "w® miii In the Field, April I6th, 1605. Ei). Telegraph.—My attention has been called to the "Obituary" of the "Old Sib- ley, Green Brigade" in ycur issue of the 12th in9t., and trust to be able through the same medium to add a rejoinder. Permit me as«ure you and your com spoodent that the above caj tion is true as respects that veteran command, on the division of which % uiikee Who'* Who < In ourlu>'. wo presented our readers with a iai'.ht'ul eopy of Seward's perpetration tit the 14ti) iust. The threat of arrest, im> prisonmeut or baniantne#it of "all persons found within the limits of the United States, who have boeu engaged in n . ldins inter- coarse or trade with the iiisu. ^outa oy sea," ' like his confounded impudc;u-«!" we have h. ..una, Dead ! « ,£ friend "Randolph." She yet lives in the memory of a grateful people, aud will ever so live, eo long as her friends...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 April 1865

Sekgtaph & I. WWHBfc IdttR mi Proprietor. HOUSTON, APRIL 80 , 1165. * We regret to apprehend that thoughtless persons, on the too ready hypothesis of the failure of the Southern cause, may torn their Blade to the idea of wilting with the Yankee army to overturn the government of Maximilian, and sweep the French ont of Mexico. If that arch demagogue, Sew- ard, oould carry Into effect his precise views of demoralising the Southern soldier from his devotion to the principles involved in this struggle, and enticing him .again to submission to the despotic power of the United States, it would no doubt be by this very plan, of presenting a new field and a now enemy, for hie enterprise and valor. The prqject of a foreign war, with England or Trance, was long seriously en- tertained by Seward, as an oblivion for all. oWMoaeof wrong, a denning of all our cense of insecurity in the Union, under the excitement of war, snd of the glomes which he could flatter us would follow in its train ag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 April 1865

you !-h"ulil regard as mfimy, while y ur I r others aud frieu'ls a-e tramping with hare and bleediug f'ei the hilts and val- ^ leys of Viiginia auti the Car Unas. Will you mothers ftaat your nuble (?) guest, the speculators and s-kuikt rs, with deli- cate viands served on contly plate, while your boy eats his parched corn frflta the tattered haversack, and iroistenshis parch, ed lips from the ©id battered tin oanteen ? That haversack and that canteen are in the eyes of a true patriotic woman, only lens sacred than were the holy vessels to the ancient Jews—for the young pries's of Liberty have consecrated them, as they have the old brown homespun and the faded Confederate gray, making them to appear glorious as. the purple of kings. So mothers, sisters, will be the homes and the persons of those who shall give up It* ' adornment to feed and clothe the men who are not only defending our homes mi l our lives, but all that makes thore homes and those lives worth having. When Hungarian n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 April 1865

(- @ri-W<<M|®$legraph HOUSTON. APRIL 21, 1865. Mp | TBI H0U8T0H TELEGRAPH Is published Dally..Tr1-Weekly and Weekly. * Ttim el Hikeerlftlea i in, m. • M. IT. wr< wyXf-jrr^ —..iii.—- i~ i * AH'snbscrlptlona discontinued >l tbe end of th• me wV far, uolee* itptcial arrangemente ere made ■ be contrary. ,t«rw ef AdTtrtUlif i £!,, in in p*ar aid tbi-wuklt. . it. iw. m 1m. 6k. A fete MB' .1 10c —jSOc ....... H M Ul til fftl-WIULT. fn Agate -II.... $s ix thb wixilt. Pet Ag«le thy .. 10c.(or * ch insertion No <l*eitleecieM will be Inseited et• leee charge '^a''wtteSmenle 0'<1*t -d In Jits peper, without tbe l ies Meg wpeclfl d. w'tl be pnbmhed in thu Advertiser* ere p«'t'<«lv it 'eqaet-ted to order ■t h r sdwttsemeote to< e <ieo> Me itnie end rnt "nil J^SdTrrtteenio p • Mil -rbtd" will be charged pi as new AdT^nUeBFiit* deli v. Annonnceonnu -or pullc oflcee wl I b* pnb'ieh. d ft* • bitty, Trt-Weekly "' Wteklr far $25; InO-llr W-We«lr, lift, eodln We. m> eUs....

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