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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 May 1865

'4 . A brazen faced impudeuce, he talks loudly anil boastingly about the overthrow of the Yankee army, ami entertains no doubt but the South will achieve her independence. He cliewH tobacco rapidly, and is inordin- ately fond of liquor. ^In his moral struc- ture he is an unscrupulous man—steeped to the nose and cliin in personal and po- litical profligacy—now about lost to all sense of honor and shame—with a heart reckless of social duty, and fatally bent upon mischief. If captured, he will be found lurking in the rebel strongholds of Mississippi, Ala- bama, or Georgia, and in female society, alleging, with the sheep faced modesty of a virtuous man, that it is not a wholesome state of public sentiment, or of taste, that forbids an indiscriminate mixing together of marrried men and women ! If captured, the fugitive must be delivered to me alive, to the end that justice may be done him here, upon the theatre of his former villainous deeds. From the N 0. Tiin«*. Reorganization in Alabn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 May 1865

v- •* m*. •fMWwMjjJriegwjrli HOUSTON. MAY W. IMf. Aiaovsamn. oaa0B0B w- W&AS&SGZttASb&l ii|wtm(i i^u wt* W aethortaod to announce COL. KDWAKD OLAH ase eendklete torGovernor ol Texas, a' the IllSim f- -g— —' y« «f authorised to annouooe 00L. ABHBJtL SMITH ■ i SpBBB tor Governor. Wo oro aothorlBod toumwmo CAPT. B. V. FLY •i (I* sals* fcr Unit, Governor. W ore uttwlMl lu announce Got. J. f. HIM. ciy ox u^^rudMilo for Congress from Uto Sd Wo oro M(hoitif4 to announce Hon. i M. MiWQU for re-olecUon to OoogWe from tun M Wo oro aatboHaod to announce A. M GENTRY ■■ • 0M4M to for Hoaotor no* the UUlrtot of Brasoria Fort Beodand Harris couuiloe. Wo are authorised to annou oe B. A.HHBPHBRO tor Um Homo of fcoproac-itailroo from Harris 0 j Wo oro onthoHMd to announce Hon. JOHN T MUUPY oo o candidate for re-election to tho office of SopfOMuUtJTO Ot Harris County.* &*£r i Miborlttd to ornnwaLmt. GoLH. P. yt flavor Uoprosi ntsihryrom Brasoria and Wo oro eetherisod to YOvNlt oo o ov&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 May 1865

w# - -< -< Ml Ti IE HOUSTOJN TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH VOL.—X.iXI NO 28. UOU8TON, MONDAY, MAY 29. i8%5 WHOLfe. NO. 3915 Ltie Dl.pateliH, We take the following late dispatcht * from the Now Orleans Extra Evening True Delta, May 19th: Baton Rouge, May 19, 9:30 A. M. •> appoint a board to determine their quali- fications and report thereon. Gold closed at noon at 130. Washington, May 8. —A Washington special says: The Union feeling in the interior of North we have New Yoik dates of the 15th Cairo, May 15,6 P. M.—The following dispatches came through to the Cairo Times this evening. New Yoak, May 16.—The Herald's Washington special says: Upon the arrival here of Gen. Sherman, it is probable that a very spicy correspon 'ence between him and Gen Halleck will be brought to light. The original letters are not here, but the following is the semblance of them: gen. halleck to gen. sherman*. "A* yon will bo in Richmond in a few day*, allow me to offer you the hospitalities of my bouse hers,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 May 1865

SvMgttfclgftlfptpli ■A i ac a. ovavn*. Utter aai P inteeai = HOUSTON. MAY 29. IW&. IN at* M bbitvom BAW- awrgs i—< e. ntRCT • eag was, M we aeUolpated, resum- «tiM74!****«. • * tha « ••< F«* wM —oh «f <k4lr twtl Mproi at thie iwrtnn At there ie an abundan e of ■SkMMU* here, and II ti beiog void cheaper ikutt mit ether point ia America, • Wwfc w3u to ferita* tor during the 1 ' "" >.#bc davofcaa to daty, maalftaMd by General DeBray, bat merited aad will re- ceive the gratitude of our people, to blm and Cat %lor, with th* ea who have ralliadat dfceir call to theYtiaforoemeat ot lav aad order, if our oily indebted for the "i condition or tftlags now prevail- , We owe 4hem * debt larger than wo •VCrpay, j.- -l i ' .ri:WWfffWWWff!Hg •Wo had tbe pleaeare of meeting Judge Moore, ot (Is Supreme Court, and Judge Divine, in thie city, yeaterday. They re- port thai iatClUgenee of a credible charac- ter bad reached San Antonio that Col. Ford had an engagement with the Federal* ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 May 1865

k. •A haunted m«; ihe firm cheerful moment* I j have seeu him pa s giaoe his boyho* h ive j bee# those be has passe J here. He had I forgotten in these tiew set-naf— he has | again remembered bis debtiuy. Doctor Adelano, u there auy means of preventing consumption?" "I do not thiok them is a symptom of consumption about the marqais; but there is a much more fatal disease thau consump- tion—that is a monomania of despair and discouragement which has taken posses- sion of bim that may kill him sooner than consumption." "What is to be done?" "Not medicine; we must work on the mind." Bat they had no opportunity, either mother or physician, of trying their skill, for the next day Tristan, as the marquise sat by ttio sea side with Stella, came up to them and 8't ing beside her mother took her hand in his. "Mo her," said be, "you know I have given you but one sorrow—ihm is the con- viction that ba« weighed on my life, that I was soon to leave you " "Tristan, I had aope J these ideas had va...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 May 1865

1 '* m *'S' Tt % V *' ■B * ■■ .*■;■ MC'i. * 'm m n t r Jf i§§ ■ ♦ r: m 1 : ■ H ; SiLWeeMfllelegMpfc i MO U9 TO ft, MAY 89, IBM T1K EOUiTOl TSLJOKAPB U pubtahed Dally. Trt-Weeaiy a** ttnu *1 HikMri*il*ai i^rewssszautiiK ' tfcaeentrary. -'in r red If the are asad* Ttrm *f . f... a in aanx aw m vnu. ■'< u taa m-«iuii fyi *r" *a ~... ...... I0r Jfc-~~.-SI—-OS.— W iv ni tuui. r«w A*H« i * M*rttor Moadvarlleeaients wUlba loaertea at a lees charge S&sasa wu'sa-Srff s: SrastiisiS'T'si iCiiK^'tjWa fKtotd.M A<*eTtl eoienti> "lt>> :> Wd" WUIbe Charged S ,0 Dt,,r S*t'i * «=x===*= « 90 MMMdvIn will be aaaUsted In «B s >■>1. mi|l at th* op Hod of tk* edltee. and than •all «k«t a (MfOMul* >>■* m gefereac* ae i>er- •II rau **■ • •— —■— soppaslet it- known to the editor. Ooaaaeatee<l cede*l<Ded to *4 area Sk* | mm! •r political lnt«reeie of lodfvt*Mls, fRnwM an-i arriaganotlae«, p«rso \ fjrtl estleas f ebarSeter. not rendered a*5 naryhf sdveree Bukllaulra* ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 May 1865

A n '..Aii! * -• me y-.T ,■.;. TH-tt-.v;':HB]tf8-POJN ; TRI-WKKKLT Tfa " =.' ; ;; •:T..2:7^r ^guaTQy, WEP^ESl>Ay7MAf v31. is^T! a ^ J-^XXJT JJLu^te M 0CW5 M 1 •y 3 *ai 7 cr w - r £&**&■ at CiiMMJJpg & " :«■ o>-.* * J48* ailkWw^'^,ip^',rlf ■ {nrappr staled tu"(|v,i na object of tie leiljbg *iipVjiif the pijirpoae. uf 3iefivein,f.':e foilawip^ jrs|,y?i.ri Ma^or'h Offigb, IIoj(f < .«, May sJ9r H>5. "o iht Hon. Jioand of Afderiflen erf the city .of -flfuaton t . y -jz ■?.:. :«••:' w ^Grntle*b*i :—It betofne* my duly to ender to you a full amU.explicit aoo unt f the various and^j/aordiu^ry measuies rbioh, during the iasLeiitht o<* tea days I iad4.ft adon' tor tfcv safety and pfotecion m your pi^y.: ,In a jtreat many. instances I had warn upon my own responsibility , '■J e quick' an J raoidly occurring events r;quiri-ng prompt acti >n. iu <ie it imt>r*o tioab|ft§j 'l impus iole to-eonvene you In extr*j eai*hn >o meet tha t mergency. Bui 11 although a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 May 1865

1tr *■ tiOVSTON. MAY 30. IML moiiosKsm. Um dtotrirt itatkoLraM ' w • - rjp ' ** ■i'h *$'■ ' R itUlifi ikipMN tf Um Bute de- fMitO* tho prompt MOM Of Ik* people ot tbhjaoctur*. Tbe practical termloa- tlonof the war leaves Texas but one thing to do, and that la, to bcoome again, by vol- —>mj aotioo of the people, a part of (ho QiUtd Stateo without delay.' To dothia It teaeeoooary to plM tho State oa suoh i —MttXllW M ttftJ bo aoooptabto to that government. How far tho old constitution may be retained, will undoubtedly bo kaowabjtho time the oonventioa meet*. It will depend • somewhat oa negotiations atv tftfagon with reference to Alabama, Ifiaeimippi, ami ether State*, aa wall ae the MM eepeelal negotiations pending With referenoe to odr own State. Wbatsv or tho Totdttfety be, we must accept u, ae wo hare accepted the preient situation, aad mok* tho boot of it "• It is perhaps fortunate for us that we are intheae ends of tho earth where oar battles, both military and diplomatic, ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 May 1865

rebellion is the mere failure of their under- taking; a penalty which is incurred by j|ery man of business who miscalculates the sucoess of bis enterprises. If a man commits one homicide we do not deem it magnanimity but weakness if the ministers of the law scruple to pun'sh him. Where homicides have been perpetrated by whole- sale; where the whole land has been drench- ed in blood, we are entirely of Presidebt Johnson's opinion that the authors of all this carnage, misery and ruin. Bbould not go unwhipt of justice. But we are equally * clear that severity should be limited to those conspicuous traitors who were the prime movers in the rebellion. Hemp and con- fiscation for theui; clemency, pardon and conciliation for their dupes. This is the policy which can reconcile magnanimity -~^vith justice, and the reviving prosperity of the country w^th its future security. If this policy is adopted, the aggregate amount of confiscation cannot be large. Confiscation iB not a subject that oug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 May 1865

% Jlt-tHSH.' ano vi'jk ;•« J „JI56ma w smr. . Iff Bi IM«VII «l4lVH4>n • Wwi«Bto MM M.«c^y Aoauje <nty be found opini/ in ihe M a- i t'io committee in the Senate to examine •. iUm irf Ik* noliiiMl- t>u«. .*• • treatment iot prism***,and reporla f roe,[dWtri * * P«Mf «*• political pla<- > 4b#jr ^ trealiw.p t ttUAj HUrvaUvu. fjHfctP rtW'fwtier/ a dogma Jiji« btory, aa told by M own relnliviss, ,Wearied by almost^gj&ty'YtfhgrMe for fchow$ a deeper intention Uwu b # l*x;u peuerglly suuuoaed. autl fa*ieqs upou Jetfi Davis 411J lit8 Qoblnpt a crime .both atar*- Jing sui'T appalling in jta^atiuls.- . '.- • .., Mr. Foute, it is # id, atatp# that the m- ^thirty years, and wWch,wilbiu the paei jtbree yMr*i' hhs" been-/-deHWraf eiy piijtaed dj.oi ty Jtf. at a^ca4tfm ft * pli I^Uiiu^ ";^ ^ Jing pa^p#|';wlir: fee^uVQnJh#: c.woii>er- to eOil ts.'tmi'q ^ kriv ,,-a ' ,tM H«H f ■" ' "'* • rtWefcUi'nned STthe *n3 o7 15* n.j Mill illf U ^SRSwari.. «U<lf '*•! -/♦•ffefc.Kf AdverH...

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

mam THE HOUSTOJN TRIWEEKLY TEL.JKGRAPH. VOL.—X <XI NO 30. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1865. WHOLE NO. 3917 JL Uta Hh'riHk'i't 'lira f the Veml •> itliirfiT ■< ike fciUiltl Bitu (J«Trrineil> The subjoined letter goes to explain in what spirit Geo. Shrman was disposed to recognize existing State government in his basin of agreement with Gen. Johnston, and with what reservation he was wil ing to guarantee rights of person and property in the Sioth. The le'ter was written pending the reference of the bstsw to the consideration of the authorities at Wash- ington before incorporating in m"re spe- cifio form its civil features in a con- vention : Heado'itrte'S M! It")' Di l ! >1 ^ o« ttif M «*' tuol In tn~ F d > R>lot<h, N 0 Apr'l 31. 18 J J Gen. J. E. Johnston, Comd'g C A General:—I send y>u a letter for Get. Wilson. whn h if sent by telegraph or cou- rier, will check his career. He may mis- trust tb« telegra h, therefore bet1 er send the original, for lie cannot t...

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

ft. B, COiHl i'i. ><*; ft. HOUSTON. JUXE 1, 1Mb. ■4110, W« MUiortMd I* wmM nunON ***- OOLPR u a c«irdi<1 t« (or > «i>ator Irani ih <tutri< t oompeMd «t JlwUtBwr, OftaiM u4 Walter ««■ • UN. IV W« tra *nthnrliF<1 to «nn<mnr J a. rSARCTu a r®ndtd tt In wtwi'l tho roaMIra ot U jlIJt-m'-r. Qilira' (M 4 P," « •" '« ll(* WlMtara. tw '.phenomenon 1mm bean mao- itwo, of a spot apoo iho be visible to the naked though oeoupylng to the iun's auifaee, must be fully twice as large as the earth. Other quite large spots nr also visible through a telescope of moderate power. The larger spot travels with the revolution of the sun upon lUaxls, and yesterday was aear the center of ike dtse. To-day it will ap- pear somewhat to the right of the center. sun eft A deplorable acoident took place on Thursday last at Hoekley. Mr. H. B. How- ard, a brake man on the upftrain of the Central Railroad, was ran over by a car in trying to jump on the train while in motion, and fell beneath...

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

our government too magnanimous to hunt down women and children. ' 1><\ is remarked to Col. Hardee, af- '•xci^eipeut was over, lliat the men Imu U'-'i ' provoke the President, or he might hurt some of them. Keagan behaves himself with diguity ami resiz nation. The party evidently were making lor the coast. BT TELEGRAPH. Special tj the TeVg-aph. Galveston,May 3i, 1865. Br Hag ml Truce. Flake's Bulletin has recnivedjhe Mobile Morniui N w8 . f May 25th. 1 aui inJt-b ed to the Bulletin for the following late news inaivance of publica- tion : « —!lpw Y<Jhk, Miy 22nd—The Herald's Augusta correspiudeut gives an.account of the occupation of that. city. CLereral Mn- leaux, ot',New York, took formal possession on May G'h, and t'ouml about 100,000 hi le8 of cotton, 10,000 000 dillurs wurth of ordnauca and oher rebel stores, and 40,- 000 d liars in but'ioii. A j>a< t of Jeff D vvis' specie train wns captured with 185,000 dolUrs in gold. The Savannah lliver has been opened to Savau...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 June 1865

HOUSTON, JUNE t, I860. TBI KOflTtl fStSiaill i —vm* w« —■ ml HikMrtfdMi m. x«. . ci ■All irtiylUlm dtsesnttaaed it th«nd i WTMIMMWU ST* tii — «r - qi m inn in tu-vwo^v. ' ll&JiJiMJSt a no nt-vMUT. t&fat B^StS d w cm vmar. lAc. for «• eh iMMito* U win be IwrM at • kucktrp . #r<l#r«d to <M* p«p«r. wltboat tfce n*cllt< d. wIU be publUbed te the +« Agats 1*— «s«sa- JdwUNWesfi Mw n swi^ft* jgp&'i.rs tlMWtit* H<ti) («Wd" win be charged IB pabl'M i in d.llv *;•> •• nt edwnueeei-t* dafr awErMfBS?*' ft*, and la V<tkJ) will he aeblltfed to this 0MW,i Hl t UM OOttOO ru« editor, Ml tfeSS « >—HMWl> !>■« er NNTMN W- uimmIhU. twwi totbi editor. f-Tirmr'-TT *~~*n to Mum tke per- KMWl «r pOlUtMl taltniM •( WWlfctll. *11 x«kUiwl«u< MrrltitnUM, mho ' W ssMeee* (tafMMf. Mt mMNl Mf kt «alMm rmtoiNi !• the reading #om«s of ' , wlllbs pibHtMnlluldr^ |1«M IntoTMltog illliliii.ud tkii dsclred will dent* will 'U on but am aid*®' MMpefWDl* *f Wl«t *11 MRDHt* X _ Miiki...

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

VOL.—XXXI NO 31. THE HOUSTOJN TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. HOUSTON, MONDAY, JUNE 5. IS65 ~ WHOLE NO. 3918 -J BY TELEGRAPH. Special to ti e Daily Teleirvph. Galveston, June 8. 1865. We have received the N. 0 Times of May 30 h, cout&lning (he following later news : New Orleans, May 80.—Semmes is coming this wayTrom Montgomery. New York, May 25.—Grierson's rail- efj arrested GoV. Watts, of Ala., on the 3rd. lie reached Montgomery on the 5th inst. A special tb the Times dated Wash- ington May 24th, says Gen. Cusfr takes command of the Department of Missou- ri, embracing the States of Missoit i and Arkansas. Mt-rri't goes with him, with the second division of the cara^ry eorps. Heron succeeds Logan in oommand of the 15th CO'ps. A report prevails that Hx- Qpvernor Letcher has beeu cvptpred by some of Torbit's meo. Gold 137§. Cotton 52«58o. MuMt'Hts. May 23.—Thfl Goldeu Eagle has arrived with New York dates to the 27th Gold closed at 13(4. Cotton dull at 48£. The Attorney General of the United...

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

1. B. OntHTHC. E4Mo a 4 Pnprietn HOUHTUM. JUNE 3, 1866. _________ W* m s«lbor1x*4 10 mmwm USTON RAN- DOLPH m ■ minIMiIi tor -«n tor irom Ibi district coaipomd of Montaomwr. flrlmta «t4 Walker mm- Vi v ntkorlitd to hdnni J A. UUBCT u i candidate to rat rrto.t th«- (Mi lln ot MoLtfSBiT, Orto> «|nn In W UfMitlN. IT Thb Stbcooli is over. Its magnitude ku not been surpassed by any military contest ia history, and perbapa not equall- •d. Nearly, if aot quite, two millions of ■•a have ba«a under mx in thia country at one time. The military power and re- •onroea of the country were unknown be- fore. When re united, m wilt shortly be the oase, the oonaeioaaneaa of military •trengtb in the Government of the United States will make her equal to nay emer- gency or trial throagh which a aation may be called to pan. SKewillbe Immensely stronger immediately at the cloae of the wer than vhe wu ia the peaceful days pre- ceding It. She ean never again forget her a trengtb. In order to make thia mi...

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

is tlie day of need to Galveston. Will our planters remember her in her (lark, hour of adversity? Can th«*y see her ruined peo- ple suffer far food, while their cribs are bursting with plenty ? Let our planters an- swer, remember that a brighter day will yet dawn upon this city, and good deeds will not be forgotten when prosperity comes. The gardens of the city are now in their beauty, and the air loaded with the perfume of their flowers, but what a sceue of deao- 'ai«Ln 'e 84-1611 everywhere, and a more lonely np.enu never gaw in any civilized coun- Such are the effects of civil >• _ good time lif study human na- re, and It is amusing «o hear seme men 1 to Bhow ho# innocent thy ba e be-n of wriy pariicipation in the mighty struggle just pas'. If a person were to judge by their talk, they would conclude that 'ha parties were entitled to receive a gold mud. al from our late enemy frr their fidelity- when the truth is, that they have been fnll as active in the war ageinrt them as a...

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

IT. i'/ t, * t J ■ "? * v # ,#-• * novaroM, JUNK 6, ira. to abutted oiBvW-Wwit w« ww**. •I MtoerlMMj .. fO* YSLSfiBAFB t X • M .... • m- V7 V1.T ., if A4T.ril.fi*. itol w> u> >tW ai tuFinii. If. IV. 1M S M. Mete 4>K..~-«->••-.•••• -•*—•••*• i «• •. 'W tn wvnui. ftm Aflat* #i ...... U •( '« i "« , m-.'*** j '• —.Jte,teffceh inrtrflm Uwti.Oo *.hmmI<4 ate ieeactuisf SSelfiitaOTdeWfl tnttil* «P«r wtlbrnt the , M^ctflcd, il. I* pahlUbe4 m tfc • ad*ert|>«aMiiU u*li . utj4lu onl< Utt Ifgwt t* >o« tmtitle offlca artU be publ«h'<l ■ W«atiy '•<• Weekly for • ; In D*fl us. autftn WmkI) •loo*. bUsted la ibis , and then "ee eo- Ha aorawaalaa laa all! aRsm&ss&g •ompaates k. Jioawa to the ad c tow—Ka>>aa <U«to *4 4a advene# the per- Wttl or political tnrreaW of ti ablta«rlM and maivUge netl*«s | cations of cwwwr a01 r*a<tara< i ... tjdlvidaals, all paraa ' flndl r«i<«af aac wy by adverse aubllsaUo*s • U reading aammo. ol Ik la papa!, etc.....

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

THE HOUSTOJN TRIWEEKLY VOL.—XKXI NO. 3*. UOU8TON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1865. vvjllwJB NO. 3919 Faatornl Letter. T> the Clergy of the Protestant Episcopal Cburch iu the Diocese of Texas: Dear Brethren—The termination of the war and the changes which have followed it render it proper, in accordance with the Cachings of scripture and the practice of 'be Church, that there should be a return o the Litargy an it was before our late gov- ernment was established. Omitting, there- ore, as already requested, the "special pray- -ifs," which have been for some time past .n use, you will in the prayer for "all in Civil Authority," insert the words, "The President of the United States," and also in that for the Congress whenever it may be in session, say, "as for the people of these United States in general, so especial- ly for their Senate and Representatives in Congress assembled." May I beg also that yon will enforce, as The n>m composing the army of the Trans-Mississippi-— of Northern Lo...

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

iri-WttMijfeUgraph otunt, iteMi HOUSTON. JUNK 0, 1MB. AmOOBGKMXHTS. ss^fHS: s^SHsr«S3ass,: O.SKABCTM* •f Mootaomarjr, Graanbooka arid fcaro jaatorday at 76 eeota. Thia is aotnowhot niore thou tbejr Wi4m bMn Mrfi Mnw «f the oour- -teay *ndgoodftellng thaiboa" cbaraoter- 1x#dCocwJander Saada, of Ilia blookadlog float, in *11 lie aOaiol iatpaenrsa with our NpraMatotlTW m4 aatboritlee. Ha doa« all In hU power to avoid all poaaibilltjr of win ; ku, opt£tho moment of tha aaraander, refaaed te ailaw hie acbordiop^a to oeaonlnteate with ova* the abandoned port of our liAoa oxoapttraify flag of truce, haa lint oar aonmiaelocara^o New Orltans on pobUc vaaaela, and gaaaralij has mani- featod all tha ooneidarotlan poaaibla under the oiroamstanofi. Tha acknowledgment ia duo, and wo ah*U always be glad to have an opportunity of repeating it, whan wo can truthfully do bo. ' ' , ! ■ One of tha greatest miatakes tha people of the South made la their oaloulatlona, wa* that, tho world, and especially ...

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