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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 November 1864

THE HOUSTON TRI-WEEKL VOL XXX—NO. 174 HOUSTON FRIDAY NOVEMBER 25, 1864. i UMBER—3838 Letter from Waco. ■"pt'cU! correipojideDew of tho pally Telegraph. Waco, Not. 18, 1801. Ed. Tel.—I wailed in Austin long iu>ugh to Bee the Legislature break up. Every one seemed to be glad that the fees- t-ioti was euled. The action taken upon Treasury war- rants will doubtless raise them in value j'.udbe a good thing for the families of ^oldiers who will reoeive them. Austin r^(^jvasfull of life, and the streets were * crowded while the wise men were there. They are now scattered in every direc- tion. I meet them daily with their pock- <.18 filled with Treatiuiy warrants. They r.ie not anxious to sell them. They de- clare they Will soon be as good as gold. 1 hope ii will prove true. Leaving Aus- tin we came to the Lunatic Asylum, which situated about two miles from town on > e VV'ueoroad. Tbe buildings ave con-, s'U'iicted of the B'rongest and beBt materi- al. They are of stone, which bdrt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 November 1864

®ri.We*blp ft. F. 00*91X6. Kditwt and Fropneiur . AUKMTS Of THK tltLMWAfM. For tb« convcnt«n<« ol our •nt <irtb« , We i>nblhb ■ tUt of oar Ac nl>, lUe reolpU of any of whuio rt- valid It this nfflc*: Attnito, Tr««h> oocotj......... M M flrjnt Amler ou. Wyche Bmorio't Jefler*. u N Ottlxsrl Mian*. Vatts — ~..OM Oour «r B xtrop, UuUur*. —-W UDmBjr Ull ..RaianUjtiHi Bun'ia i. f«Dir>........................ a. H. Hoffar Bout byil'.x*, lltL"D4. u ._........ K M«kH« B'-Mon, BitL .1* iparglii Immtt, Bornrt K M«rau>on Belli Out,Un' Stler. T T Williams Ootun.tiU, Br o*l« - W V Hw lu Cbeppall ll'll. W«rbU)fton. W tl Sherman (J'iiic *t , 1>"WU. Juo Arnold Cnnnt'ijfbam's, Baittrup..... W A Brown Mold Hl>rtfi> , Polk Q 0 JTltM Ho m BUI, Wllllanixuu .J B Kin* at. Hi>i m*«,Anitlo.......... ......JB N Olarka Ouocy, Matagor < a. ............... 'no Matthews Otwuuers Creek, *IIU...~ ......J Forrest Orochett, li iodon ............. „W M tutor Oointubaf. 0o!or*du........

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 November 1864

^>roj \> vul ;i is on trov-l itutiunJ I Mined J notions •reused, mi tUaO war. to, pow- sllU\Y8 his own "y t ■a! t mstituS iii-eard univlia- at this Wiglall allied a mo- in Lit tile the two i mi the idea iijid the- licau- «.r, can ' \^il' i;il pw lit is lid (re- lority) some is law. | u s Ilrt xcjute ssiciii of lissiuti nartial :ngiisu horitv i'e ex- to pro- '.njosty ^liufe- ■ in the | licv- i under forth, ssign- , I [)OW- e land * * k; del" as . Iiis pe- T lunent, i lnsent, lG2r', , UB lei | |y did ' Uiar- |f tiy - Kitfg Ii°S a ex- 10 ut- ilises, lof the Itaken free jd or nu- ll o era, two ■ and only 3xer- 'Iby. ii t ludg- Itary (ligh- ?ho, litish >atei the Icecd i jun- ' 111 as m- |The linst line, Lt of Ivca^. at- lidev 11 Ct: '' an hi-. I In J, i he | vi i tin In 1 It in It lie let i- ltiie licli I he i>y laie late b fed- U'l- lloe, r tw to It ot i alt Items of Interest. The following editorial article from the Charlottesville Chronicle is worth reading. The remedy pro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 November 1864

as s .a u • tfelg iekjwph HOUSTON, NOVEMBER 25, 18M. The Confederate Court me«ta in thla city on th« 1st Monday in December. We notice the arrival of many citizcna, who have been rusticating during the epi- demic, as well as many atrangers from the country. The streets present a more ac- tive appearance than has been observed for two months. The change is welcome. The ease of A. W. McKee has called forth oonalderable correspondence in the Alexandria Democrat, in which the officers of the Court Martial, the Judge of the Con- federate Court, and the friends of the accus- ed figure in quite hn^thy letters. Lack of space preclu^fe us from publishing this very interesting and somewhat spicy cor- 'espondenoe. • Hio Chief of the Cotton Bureau, in this city, advertises tllat the bureau will take till the 20th of January to wind up its af- fairs, Major Willie issuing cotton permits on its settlements till we 1st of February. These permits will be good for an indefinite time after, long enoug...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 November 1864

THE HOUSTON TRI-WEEKL1 VOL XXX—NO. 175 HOUSTON MONDAY NOVEMBER 28, 1864. WHOLE WUMBER-^3S39 Items of In'.west. J "We regret to see in the Richmond papers (he death of Gen. J. J. Archer announced, lie was the first Colouel of tha 5th Texas Regiment. He was beloved by all who knew bim. He died in Richmond on the 24th of Ootober The Richmond Whig thus notices h's death : Another brave Confederate General has paid the last debt which nature, sooner or later, will require of us all. Brigadier General J. J. Archer, taken prisoner at Gettysburg while gallantly leading his brigade in the thickest of that bloody fight, returned to the city only a few da} s ago, after a long and debilitating confine- ment on Johnson's island. Though ex- changed because sick, he persisted eg tiust the earuest. protestations of fiiends in p >- ing at once to the front. The result w: s, thnt in a few days he was compelled abandon his post of duty for which enfeebled constitution utterly unfitted him, and relu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 November 1864

t b. OUaBme. Editor u4 Trtormenr H0U8T0N, NOVEMBER 26, 1864. AGENTS OK THE thLhlittlfU. for the convenience ot oar SBtaecrlbera. we patiUb • Mat of mt Aaenu, me recti pW tf aoy of whom art valid at thU nfflce: AMtln, Travis ooontj. ..... .M M Grant Aodtrwt. Qrlraaa. .Gooraa Wych* iuno<t jeDereo*.— ..N outer* Ion*. Valla jUM Ooureey trop, Bast rot* _. ......W O Dan y .rrSS'iGa, U.k.U "wain loM Sprlaw, Hcbwui.. falton. Bail. Burnet, Burnet..... Belmont. Urn (dee., Qolna.hU. Braaorta — «iappe1l Hill. WathtOfUxi— OoDcata, Drttlt ................... Cunningham'*, Bastrop. Gold Sprint•, Polk Corn U1U.WU ttame^— „ CM 8ptUw|«. AtuUn. .£11 Olerle Oaney, Met ago* a.....—...—.... 'no Matthews CbaoJt<era Orvek, Eida...... ...... J Forrest •ckett, Houston —..W M Tailor umbo*, Colorado...... .....J 9 Jaokln* vllle. HunUomery B (towfe to.jMedlua. •v.._. „Fari. Mayer Delia* J w. Mwlidells .0 H P Soanimn riou C fltocke _ jvZz.7—5S«jKSK" Pf^bw......7.r.r.r.S£idlaABanto« Green wade'e Mill, Bill....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 November 1864

& ot Lettm fr i I '«!•••'•• ►«• Camden, Novemb?r C, 1SC4. It is now au even bet that Lincoln will ^Sarry every State in the North except New York, uud no greater odds iltan 2 to 1 that he gets iliat Slate with the rest. If the home vote were to decide the matte* the race wouUl be a close one, but the army will swius; everything in Lincoln's favor. It is a. strange faot, but nevertheless true, that more than two thirds of the lankce urmy feel that they are better off as eol- diets than they would be at home in a time of peace. All quartermasters, com- missaries, army contractors, all furnish- ers of supplies, all manufacturers of army goods, all sutlers, camp followers and army speculators of every degree and ^^'nd, and a very large majority of army "placers, are doing better now in a finan- cial point of view than they ever were before, haviog nothing else in view but their own interests, are anxious for the war to continue. Besides at least three- fourths of all the non-commiss...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 November 1864

$fi-VMg®tlegrx])b HOUSTON, NOVEMBER 28, 1864. We illodid reoentlj ||tlM inflaeneea M the opinion of the worla upon the sub- joot of African slavery, which this war was ea)9ala(ed to prodnee. We would be ' «*> to know the views of Louis Napoleon on that snbjeot at the present time. We tare verr little doubt that he is *<sound.', It la bardtj ^Msible he can be otherwise- Bote too profound and too praotleal to en- tertain any other opinion of the negro race, than that, whenever brought in con- nexion with;the white raee, it must be as servile inferiors ; or to doubt that cotnpah Sory labor, under the governing and pro- tooting oare of the white man, is the only mode by whioh the Afrioan fulfils his des- tiny, most happily to himself and most usefally to mankind. Several years ago he initiated a movement to obtain African labor for his colonies, whioh was in fact the slave trade very slightly disguised, but placed under humane restrictions. True, lie did not carry it out, but it w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 November 1864

mmm S THE HOUSTON TRI-WBEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL XXX—-NO. 176 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30, 1864. WHOLK NUMBER—3840 Ite?B« of Interest. Burkle's History gives the following us to origin of the custom of kissing the tpe's toe : Mathew, of Westminster, says that for- lerly it vras usual to ki^s the hands of is Holiness, but that towards the end of i tie eigVh century n certain lewd woma:.. A i making nn offering to the Pope noi oly kisced his hand, but also pressed it. 'he Pope—his name was Leo—seeing the «nger, cut off hi* hand, and thus escaped riie contamination to which it had been exposed Since that, time the precaution las been taken of kifsing the Tope's toe h?tead of his hand. In recent Northern paper*? we find the following letter from the commander in ihe St. Albans expedi'ion : Frehkuicitsburo, C. E. Saturday Oci 21 —To the Editor of the Evening Tel. graph:—Through the columns of yu- journal I wish to make some statements „ te the p< Oj>le of Canada,' regarding th recent,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 November 1864

I I . ®ri-^reMg ffoUgiaph s. h. coram®. HOUSTON NOVEMBER 29, 1864. AUKNTS Otr Vmu TkLHUilArH. for tb convaoleuew M our ntaort*m.*« f«MM !t*t of oar Agent*, the receipt* of ny of whom trt ▼•ltd at tht* uttc* t • tat iltBU, tit* f«CMpt* oftcat Austin. Tr U Cvantr, M OtMt iid«NB. Grimes ff/oto ~ *t Jagbtro* ..—.....If Sflbart S3S£=^te I „T A OiMwdl SHbts=r-'.=.-V onvllle, Br*so* —..... oloouiiU. BrtaorU ..... .UBr.aorU W ImU nnlo?l> mV Baairup....^-. W A SW«ittE===J8i UrteSSErrV r* Omsk, Milt* J *da~:zrRfiSa •••""••••fePwrB¥Lr,. W H totrl III* PfllUl o<tww HwwHmlwtni... --kett. H>U- . •iambus. Colorado. aid wall, BmUeex Jamereu. MMam „ inrtile, Montgomery.......... _ bents, M*dlri*_... 5*iu*. - ■■ |*&!ir?giSL::r | Payattf llto, Payette G t** |ila, Oscrelle Galveston, Galveatoa...... Oreenwade'f Mill, „..J Geontetown, Wllfeaaoa Y*SV Oonaate*, Goiaale* „...M W 8b |Hailet-.viJ!*, Laraoa. * HlSflkl** IHlUaboro. IIiR: ....... [ Helen*, KtrDM zsrs-s,. *..J>| ^ mmf „j h ftoird...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 November 1864

-S" Item of In ticst. 50 for 1 51 each !0 for 1 !5 for 1 i the £ disc, disc . aa5:l TEX [e and lly •<- a need Kefer llbert, o mll- litlng; 30.■ eve- IK. lira at l'i p«- lribn- le es- (f the lthat Iresl. |u io i and ?, on i for bb, a Tan* See, As tbe result of the reoent etamidutiuns at the Yankee Naval Academy, one hui'- died aad twtutjr uiiusuij'ujiu uuve utcu itiiiuiiled at the present terin. Among them are six fiom South Carolina, seven from Texas and otie frou\ Arkansas, two from Vi ginia, and a fair representation from tbe other rebellious Stales. New Hampshire newspapers have dwin- dled in number from forty to twenty-ore. A publio meeting was held in Coluinhia, South Carolia, at which Hou. W. W. Boyce was present and made a speech. At the closJ of the meeting resolutions were palled censuring him, and invi'ing him to resign. The resolutions state that they regard his "opinions and sentiments as the suggestions of a timorous despair, which, if heeded, can but lead to dishono...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 November 1864

Sri-WeeMs ®ele§t*ph HOUSTON, NOVEMBER 30, 18s4. Ikt «XtriTI|«BtM IB Mgirf to American Union, oultitaUd by a Urge BBnbtr of our public men for years past, boa be«n ooo of til main couaei of its downfall. A*1 gr-at nations have hod early ond ordont asplrlags to o great destiny for thoif oooatry, ond o passionate attach- ment to tka national glory. But their founders ond Ateaman hove never foiled inotasnntly to teooh their people, that this doatioj woo only to b) won ond this glory ottoined 'ond preserved, by the severest ond noblest private ond public virtue. In the Untied Statee. however, (here arose a apcoiea of self-laudation ond hyperbole, i which beaOtod the original perfection of the government, attributing it to super- hnines wisdom nod Divine Interposition ; which cloimod o continent as deatined by the Almighty, even beyond their own vo- lition aad ogenoy, for Ha magnificent ex- panaion ond growth j ond whioh in < ffect, exempted the people froaa thoae sacrifices ond labors...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 December 1864

s VOL XXX- —^■fchlSf THE HOUSTON TRI WEEKLY TELEGRAPH xblyrr * ' igotaTQlc FBID^* DECEMBER =ta 2, 1864. WHOLE NUMBER—3341 Feeling towarflf lag'^ud. In the MissSssppiao ofNorember #tfc. we find the foUowjMr article * Lieut. Col. Fremantkfe ip hi*, dki "Three Months in theSQi^hara States,' u the following in refcrenoe to the feeling this country toward# England. We coj it here with the object of showing h< far wrong and how nearly right Col. F. ^ in hi statement; « J know," says he, " many perioha in England suppose that Oteat Britain has now made enemies both or the North and South) hut I do not be- lieve this it the ease with respect to the South, whaprer certain Richmond papers- ( may say. *fhe Sotith looks <0 England for everything When th!s war Is over; we wants onr merchants to buy her cotton,she wants our shtps to carry it; she is willing that England should supply her with all the ne- rts«saries which she formerly received at the North. It is common to her people to de- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 December 1864

;ri-^eeWg®*lfg*aph m. . tftnuOMk HOUSTON, DECEMBER 1. lMi A0BKTM Of f ttLMIMfB. Pot U.' ro". i- mt* erSwsai „ , laUat of <w -it,um rawipu of utrui bam an |wK«lt-lK"(«.0{ ; t,rT | Aw its. Tr**1- • .uaty niarkOb. Uiin. HBO i J.n.. on....... on*. y* _ [iH.Ovrz ... I". FT iiuam.'.'.*. ram aviiii, I ><«. lOW'U, Itr * rj#., •il 11 !' WMhlngtan...—...W Or*U, b*1* >1 Baotrop w A 'prti.r>, I' ilk...,..., .. Jilt. >vi' umwi k8prin««,Amttn... a«y. Hu\ .«■ ii «,.... «uer <>• ketl.ll u- nnixi- > ildweli, 13 I BeiOi M ivH , v- > baola, V , _*IU , 1) Rcltto K r SuLL ko. fnx.„ last long. The price at which they are sold if 100 and accrued interest, making the ex act equivalent in old issue 230 62£ or practically 231. Under the demand old issue appears to be looking up somewhat. W....U. . 11UL.. uioHin...... •'/to 01 RIO- e-on OH POftVMdtT ................... M Dleksoo ■ etto.... ...... .r 6 Gregory K Hftptxm*taU "• - Tbf* W ltW Rotheriord aaw«ra Mest«varar; 0 LJ Jon<...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 December 1864

strengtt 11 Mr. Lincoln's si: • u iu '1 <- ovmin^ e ectiou. We cumr the fourn vear of me war with the statue reckless "TUrophecie of iriuiuph that wrfe heard at the beginning, and with the s*nie ab- sence of foundation for I he prediction.— But, although ihe struggle retaius its it* decisive aspect, a fearful change is evi- dent in its attributes. A more relentless and sanguinary spirit is perceptible in ihe conduct of the war on the part of the Ad- ministration, and a deeper hatred, a ster- ner, deadlier and more implacable temper among the Southern people. The ash^s of peaoeao-e homesteads wawouiy com- mitted to the flames, the deairuc'iou of 1 the fruiti ol the earth, of the implements ^ of buabui.«iry, of objects ol art and . Jioience, and of editions devotoi toiusiruo- f "*>iionand literary progress, have w rkt d ) an infernal spell that It is loose into the I arena the urfcoTernable passions and furi- ous antipathies that ooncel ailh<ij,e ut re- conciliation. The blas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 December 1864

V. wfs r 9, im H0V8T0N 'initt, pre- pared tk« *aj for U>• Ftwk** Reflation. Whhtta d«epe«t sense of the wroagt un4«r which the French people were groaning—an enthosiMtic devotion to liberty—the most (loviag and eloquent pen, bo labored for j«Mlt(> fo«rt them to throw off the yoke of oppmrion, and aMort thair natural and immu right* aa freemen. A* the «W|t approached, however, which he bad •aught ao etronaously to accomplish, bis penetrative genins and lore of country made b'rfl recoil from its consummation. H* daeUMrChat vitali* at JfaMM required rtoiutien, pet the moraitt'te of her people rtodend at/iriuout reeoMia* mpoitible. Ha did not fear the power of King*, nor the oomhinod efforts of adverse Europe, bat he saw that the virtue of the Pranoh people was not equal to the stern and arduoui un- dertakings Hit apprehensions were realised . in the most terrible manner. The straggle for freedom and self-govern' rnent in which tho Confederate States are aagpgodf aan only JWlfrqm ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 December 1864

THE HOUSTON TRIWEEKLY VOL XXX—NO. 178 ANN JAL MESSAGE OP PRESIDENT DAVIS To " lie StNATR AN U.:0#«Or BirPRS*Bl«VATIV*S or iiu C> uriinkrob bxiaviu jk a statue a I'- ll K VI KtV ur 1BK CAMFalOtf or4«64 It la miiq ttuiisuUuu l #<>ioam« car pre- senctt at 'in e-riitr t'-v than that Usual for joUt Sfniori, and w'-h crrfidfcce that I invoke Ihe aid of y ur counsel* at a Hint of sdeb public exlgen. cy lhacbuipaigb which *** vDnsccid altans: eitnU'i.itbeoi.Aiy wUU >our *,S|iuB eatly la M.y last, and winch was silii la pr igre s at your ao- ■ •noiual io Ihe midrfl.t at June, hts ud yel r -Oi ltd Us tlJiif. It h:l ceen proiecBted on a b-.o- uod wl b an energy hltierto bOMVltlsd, Wfceu ;vo revert to tue conditio i of onr c-untrv ol mo Uoep'iun bT Us ft operation* of th present year v 'he mag a Hail« -f -V: preparation* mad* by tho enunrcy. m« nurnbtir of hfa lorcbs, the miou- nutiuton ol hi* warlike supple*,and the prodlgai- 1 -y wuli which lu« v:.g- res niroe* have k•. sn Ur lahe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 December 1864

in-WeeWg ®tlegrapk f i*. "WW HOUSTON, DECEMBER 5. 18ti4. A jrooil d<v! p' Mlgnwtion baa been ex- pressed that tbe Legislature shoul 1 have voted to allow the railroai companies U p&j their debt* to the Bute with its own to them, that it, that the Legislature pHuld have put the credit oi these companies on a par with that of the State. It eeemsto us this indignation is rather inconsistent with State prl'1", at well as unceHcd fur ty existing facts. • The railroad oomp^ntcs, a« long as they were doing their regular busui iw before the war, wi re abln to pay their itif«r*«t, and did pay it, we believe, most of th m. After specie went out of circulation they accumu- lated moneys for tkU porpor 3 which tbo State did not reoeire (or interest, nod wWeh depreciated largely in their hands. ° Theb* present tMuiuuss,. so far a^the jieupie arc concerned, a small part of it int^ed, is on a specie basbC Wfir tb* government, which ovopiin four fifths cf their freight, tbey i«>wHver work ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 December 1864

PH- v to ield mid I vou not Idic- Lio say fi*« | canQ!" foreoa-t the shape in which Amer- ioa will oorne out of the furntoe. But she has ouiy just. stepped into that pit of vio- T >e doctoi will order porter or wine when yuur baok aohes. Hive nothing to do with them U(it:l he do >a order them, but i jenoe au,j raniue in which Europe lay for eserve uuoi tier five per c ut. for them 1 The res', it >8 mace, it is yea't, it is Tine b- I all l'f h- Mid ■five I* U t u > I'- ll HW Iv iii- lair. lli.-it kal <■ |r a- I'C'l li ;S, ,,1, lid 11 - |n > ml. gitr, pej per nu i in u«-aril, ti is sftrdmew, it is l-ibtner, it in t«e une.wsiderel world of ii.3 •« v'ii'.b make up the visible d ffer euc*3 ii«ji wp" 'he table of t"gh civilization au-i that ot the A'ly-^iautansor the Rlaclc- i'0 iudiau. Lei uk h.ipd it m not much cream «:>r ar or ma It is Brits anil !j' Vc it i« laid and lein.m, it is ma- le bag'r and ineluiiri, it is nuts and out- eg. or any other alteration titan yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 December 1864

jhe Yoeaiei ere deriving tbetr eooaei'.tl<m ftt«Mlk* Idea that the w*t n ' fur tba Confcdsratv ermle# ts n'riest exhibited. It 1* smo-i-ig to se> fcJWfn<lta''r©gai:t boiau of sup< rtority. ol vaBH-tlsh- HWMlIk In fklr 0«Ut—of niaku* the war sl.ott, |t rpsrd OecMvs, bav« ll aut> id Into Mm pelt eat xprctatlnn ot w *rirg vi-Mt.-'Md tbe.fl our deadly* Idlers. wh«e they c*" B ree «i1etly to btoodlses etctortes 0®r1«1 ueersia, howe Qui fatlf two.thirds of thuM P'<Vfliy - , >'-g loour irrolee, aed w* > "honvi be lu tut:* I. '. 10 ■wrotfcNWf aWoat. That tite ay« the arwfca efdtlW bo three tlte.V tbafrpresent rw- per.if t-;oee etpr"* at . eblact to duty.. weteaddau ts i- •* pik ayendtra 11 certain that tba sxhauatlou ol matxrltl, te nuy BChldg Of other resources, leuoacur denser. ' WeharertheMr. n th. We bare the m«*ns af and our arwtti beyond a'm foroa they Ha«« ever exhibited. jit o ly depend: uoea ourselves to do«. "*} ... ii W■ .*■ i a ' ' • Greet dl* arUy of nem...

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