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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 December 1863

Cfte Cri-SSUtkli CeUjntpl ■•VST•«. ****■■ *. m. cmpro, warn \ tk( Traa P t 8 rlaa from time to tin*, la tbi put two r«riand a half, wb*a victory kw Mint oar banners, ui M Ih |It«b oar bnn amy ilru|th to boat buk tki nrglng with of tension tbat threatened to ov*rwh*lm aat wo kive thought w mw a silver Italic M th* Hood, lad that th* day of oor dollv* oriaoo had diwaod npoa tho lind. Bat th*s* hoar* of bop* hav* booi lollow*d by days of dirk- -— Xaatoad of tbo brliH koui or petoo, dark atoada haforoaiod tpoa tho horlaoo. pi Hog them- aolvoa maas opoo msss to tho toolUt, and acroas th*m hiv* played tbo lirid lightnings of terriblo aad releitlees war. Oir brilliant vlotorlea bar* boon barroa of roanlta. Oar borole men ha** pound oat tbolr preeloa* blood Ilk* water upon a Sound field*, aid tbo fo* attll desolatesoar soil. Tbo bittlo rages with ill tho vehemence *r It* •rat torrida aboek. Tbo ond la not /at, and thla aiwaloom* faot baa taken (aat bold of tho popular llod. la thara •boat d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 December 1863

T H h VOL. XXIX—NO. 120 tiMkm HOUSTON .Y DECEMBER 25, 1863 ITEMS OF INTBBE9T. Gold Id New York. Deo. 5th, 151.X '■ cotton YJ t 80c. Gold in Memphis, Deo. 7th, 150 to 158v Deo. 2d.—The Federal army of the PotoiniOu^ imoamped on the ground It left ten days before It foil back because U found the 0<>ni'ede* U) Hrmy strongly entrenched, and to attack the earth woi Ws wculd have Cost too great a loss of life '1 on companies were organized In Memphis on tlie 7th lost., for local defense, under the Influ- ence of a General Order, threatening to put any man who failed to enroll in one of sucb companies into thu Federal army Parson Brownlow is bow issulntr his Whig In Cincinnati. The first number appeared D«q. 5tb.. The wife of Ex ^'resident Pierce died at Andover. Mass., on the iH lnst — Mt. Sterling, Ky.,Dec. 3d — Last night llaj. Ohenowith, Capt. Kverott and Capt. Youog, eatered the town of Mt. Sterling, broke open many storehouses, and bore away such goads as (Hey could. They burne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 December 1863

ever the re—holding Su WUIUM * I, MTI [T*^ ■'""""1 °f P-WM -tth eoltl and Ju*- e( tbe the *calt, ever u< done, you mo discontent* be ^TwrWu with •««* *{ ****-..-.2? jr., will disappear, confld.nc* will b%nt o™ "^C^^uTlo^'ordeln. that the P"""- *«ISSTtftSSS SKKiflt ^^.t^iJ^iWbl. CM.«-« -*53Kfff SSL* & !•* • *k ml pen ESvsF®^-^ 2Voi £? l^Vlifl UM Without J nil com pen.at Inn y *f 2S'&<>" " eleute.of the O* SHItJo^ TOO will find Ike rlghta of the peo- ^°Jfa!£edabontand defended by am pi* f° r": p - t« .rant of military power I* liberal end MM- *k*frW«■«« ' (jonl'.itutlon eo itni lime thil it prescribed the •TRJi *L£uET &which the power J. to &ZE££XiS*"bordlnatat It loth* civil au- SLSTSr flwMontrf. Thle Con.Utallon grant* tail Mirer to Concrete to pa * rule* and regale- ff-nffor the government of the Und end naval Uon «or i i militia wbto In aciual *tr- tlSTto thi00.W5* Bute*. Thle grant I, T'- * ^•onrpreheoetve. bat eompreb.od. ex- aWSShS military ierv.ee of i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 December 1863

X Jt THE TRl-WKEKLt vol. xxix—no. 121 K. HOUSTON MONDAY DECEMBER 28. 1863 le no. 8776 •BiTVABf.-Nn. in Buu McGowbh waa I tiUTt of liibiai, but Texaa bad bm her adopted home from childhood. She was united in marriage to Jamee McGowen about twelve year* slnoe, and died Nov. Mlh 1803. In offering to tha bereaved relative! thle alight memento or affeotlon, to the memory of a dear and cherished frlenJ, an attempt to eulogise her would be like "painting the Illy," or "gilding re ~ 1 gold.*' She poaaeieed a eprightly and viva - i of G " * * by pony express, j By Shreveport Express. OVB HPKCIAL D1WPAT111K1*. eloui mind; an appreeUUon of intellectual ac- quirements ; a fondneaa for mental pleasures which fitted her to move with graoe,and claim the admiration and reapeet of tha refined olrele which ear rounded her. Bui her peculiar beauty oonsist- ed not in brilliancy of intellect or cultivated taate. It Wat the eharm of a warm and eeniltlvo heart, •he waa ever ready to «ymvatblse with the eo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 December 1863

ifc Cri-ffiSttklj Cekffsyl 1>PIIT«K. T«1*V *. *. ooranre. Editor ui 1 TlMl-Vlrkl). P'r (II ■•nib*. IS Weakly, r 1 monihe Sftu Trl-Weeily', 4 mootba, till; 3 mootba . Advertalag, H) cents per ilee each insertion' t k« lb* Public Wwki. fa exceedingly regret to hear from varioui parts of tb« eouairy eomplelots of plantera at lb<r enures Gat M f*ad r has felt compelled to pur Hi regarding uegioee I* work on the fort*Hai- tian* a tfceaeand falee Hpnru la reference t« blm have l«a a pot In dmlilltg. Wcliif* no bull at In Id esying so fa i aa ti ey call to queetion bla wholt-soulwd devotion to tba def.oe.eof the ■lata. Ihey are aiterly uow< nby lb* attention oi reaeonabte seen. * be«e complete a. however, have tblegreaud, vis: ihat ibejr ara fuuuded li. apprehensions tba mere will aot ba labor enough Ml In tba ecairy to plant tba pr •vlalon crop,, lad ihlt •i prtbvoiloo la hulk g. nerd anddaep- Maicd among tea people. ja Can. Magruder rightfully rtitp the defence* of tba Ptaieae o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 December 1863

THfe TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 122 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 30. 1863 WHOLE NO. 3777 GUBCTION NOTICE—Anelection will be held Ci on Uralij, the 4th day of January . 1804, for C anty Treasurer of Marrla county, to All the va- cancy occasioned by the death of Wm. B. Beeves, £ q., at the places and nnder the eapervielon of tho re taming offlcert hereinafter named, to-wit: Beat Mo. I—Rusk Hoaie, Wm. Burnet, return- ing iffloer. Beat Mo. 8— Fannin Home, Wm. Keiohman re- turning officer. Beat No. 3—Court Home, Henry Fleishman ro turning offloer. Beat No. 4—Old Capitol, Ohaltes C. Speers, re- turning offloer. Beat No. 5—Harrlsburg, John B. Harris return log offloer. BealNo.6—Lynchburg, John B. Williams re- turning offloer. Beet No. 7—Cedar Greek, John Owens return- ing officer. ' Beat No. 8—Oedar Bayou, Wm. hbott returning officer. Beat No. 9—Goose Creek, John L. Bryan return ing officer. Beat No, 10—Gentry, John M. Sims returning officer. _ „ Beat No. 11—Gade West neighborhood,&g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 December 1863

Cfrt Cri-QSUtUi Ctltgrsjl ■•DITCH. THAI. *. a. oomoia. tnu,—Weekly, pn I mtki! fl I I month* M M. Tri-Weekly, I month*, tlO: 3 month*, 18. Advcrtlalag, M ndU per Its* each Inssrtlon Aawr Man-—Th* n**t meaeenger will leave Janua- ry 10. cCrrWt charge on alflattew to go beyond the HHwWi f- Hmttooly Confederate money No county *er1pta current her*. Enclose letter* to Tel*gr*pb offloe, endowlD^ oa Mtatde en r elope, "Amy 0. s-Po«- lit MHt IB all «M b« pwpald by C. 8. po«*g® Zbm, I*o*1 Btiap* will not 4q Aim to |9 your Utters la two or three days before the day of dopartare. J Tfll IHPRKMMKNT. We here received the icllowlog copy of a circu- lar l**ued by Gen Magrudarlo Impressing officer* ''hukiinui UirrhicT or tiiaii } New Huico di AIHPW|{ Crap Wharton, bee. «4th, 1983. "ComplalaU here been made to the Mejor Gen- eral Ooasmaodlng. of the manner Id which the lmpretamentLaw na* been executed In Houeton, both m to Negrotis end Horses. "The Order* In *11 caaea state that the Impreee- juit A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 January 1864

XX8SAGE OF FEE8IDK5T DAVIS. Tithe Senate ant Uautt *J Rrprment liru */ tin Ctn/Uirati Slttet: Th* neceeslty of legislative action arising out of U * important *ve«t* that fcave Marked the interval since yonr adjournment, uda; desire to ui> the aid «f ioar ooonsel oa alter matter* of grav* pub tla Inter#*t, read a* your pea*euc« at thl* «!-.• utora than osdinarily welcome. 1 ndeed, bat for eeriou* obstacles to convoking yon In a*- tr|oi4iiiii| eaaeiou, nod the ouceaaity forms own temporary *bt*nce froju iba Mat of government I would Uav* invited you to an earlier meeiin<? than that at the date of jour adjournment* Grave rsvsrtes befell our arm* soon after aur departure Item Kichmond. Karly In July our stronghold*atVlckiburg and Port Hadeon, to- gether with U,.tr entire gnrrlsons, capitulated to the combined land aad naval foreee of the en- enij, The Import**! Interior position of Jack- eon ae(( foil Into their temporary aossetslon. Oar nuiuoaaaiful assault on the pott at Malena...

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

aot a boa the flaal<d«iLi..a «f Ik. i... I Aaardse dlscreti n on eerlalu mk'.toll connected !M|K#8^M*?mW*. /wHfc tM military ergaalxetHn.; to *o„t,ol lb. «2r. . f ~ . • >. . "I«.;u,i colleee4 from ta.atirn -.'J?,, pravtaion '• deemed reqals.ltd 10 oorrrct or remitted from the ii«iuc/: lo carry on it# tM •Til* arliing from lb* ionr c.>nUBB-d ahaena npwati'Kii af the Post 0Bl*e Oepa/tment, uj * 00 . oB«e«. Wb*r* It is witbev inthsr like datles, require, uudor tM constitution nftetaal eap*«, It would **** but Just (bat« . aad existing law*, tin aellun of th* Freeidfot and •••••••■o® *PPP«dMIMre y waeitad. beads of Departments The necessities of lbs mil- JiJW 'i'*!? i UptMl b '.\e 1IMC7 ' tary MrrM frequently forbii delay, tod • -><■ whldk, wader thdr barbarous rttasal to exef * .'* ' • • ria *ri of war, u; bo regarded u abaer;"«fU Por r otl Mil/ tew had at th* **et of an indefinite lim*, there U a aooowU/ aoM ta their foopootivo ao b« done daro only until Maati'lan d. di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 January 1864

. I THJi TRIWEEKLY TELlsGRArH VOL. XXI PON X—NO. 124 HOUSTON MONDAY JANUARY 4, 1864 WHOLE NO. 1779 I 4 BY PONY EXPRESS. Special to Ifi'e Telegrsph. / FROM ALEXANDRIA. V The fallowtng dispatches thoald have reached at lastTuesday, but the wirea were thrown down at thwy were being transmitted from Beaumont, an* have but just reoelved them by Exprees. W j begin where the operator left off.—In. Til.] Richmond, Dec. 11 .—The Yankee Secretary or War bat tuned an order removing all eontraband* from Washington to the South bank of the Po tomac. Hawkins, one of the parties Involved In the re- cent kidnapping case at Montreal has been con- victed Giddingson the same charge, will be tried on the 7th. Gold quoted at 150. Richmond, December 11.—The House passed a resolution inquiring Into the rumors and charges of frauds, corruption, gross neglect of duty and ir.al-edmlnistratlon in the Quartermaster and Commissary Department, with the power to send for persons and papers. On this resolution one...

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

OMTO mm (■ fS | 3 montha i ■■>gh. I Malta* • •; month* *Jr', °* j* P*' llB* **" lM<rt'on' it B t BWHI wfB leave Janua- diijp* 111 tlHillsri to to beyond rSS|k«« Ocafoderate money I,. Mt40Hil| 0. H. Pott- by C. I. poatag* d*. Almteg*t i to tare *r thro* days b*for* the day of •dCTVfeW*lh«apoittM *f Bo ■2*2. bad agktmteh with to* M«r < pilflMiU m th*Mth, to whlo! law Tmt ««• liMtK to by to* eoldetf " la T*xaa for Mlf a day. tending water of considsi Mat plHN thlok *nough to aawMWi aalha m*rolu( of tha 1st, " U>a waatora put or Ua town U to tha grow*. t J .MWU a i iii BatMI't rtft ob th* Maui- h Of bi« .tewaftb* aawyHi iIDtefcrow* ■alurta 1* said to bo atoauaa rcgl- a'oV tospropBr' tto* tfp^n^ng of aalUraUac too abort *p*oiet ofvtg- loth ara W*U adapt ad to onr aoll and to art highly Important la o r tor lnd*pand*noe. ' tfTWalaarnthat 1 r**7h*v* atU*hwtn t fa mraio*, aa w*il a* a ' •>' i (tile ■UHr.i.i Mil*no dk Co., of Malamo tha government cotton now _ ilartt turn of m...

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

THJS TRIWEEKLY TfiLBGRArH VOL. XXIX—NO. 124 HOUSTON TUES5DAT JANUARY 5, 1864 WHOLE NO. 8779 BY PONY EXPRESS. d(4tltl to the Telegraph. PROM ALEXANDRIA. The following dispatches should hare reached ae last Tuesday, but the wlrts were thrown down as they were belnc transi and we have bat jast reeel i tl ■ires w ■ <> eWl ratdfli d from Beaumont, them by Express. We begin where the operatdf left off-—Ed. Tel.] Richmond, Deo. II .—The Yankee Secretary of War has Issued aa order removing all contrabands from Washington to the South bank of the Po- tomac. Hawkina, one of the parties Involved In the re- cent kidnapping case at Montreal has been con- v toted Giddingson the same charge, will be tried on the 7th. Gold quoted at 150 Richmond, December 11.—The Hoase passed a reeolntlon inquiring into the rumors and charges of fraads, corruption, gross neglect of duty and mal-admlnistratlon In the Quartermaster and Commissary Department, with the power to send for persons and papers. On thi...

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

II N ItVITON. THAI. B. M. OUUUie. Mttot hu r-VMk c.-iijssa tklj, p«r I Mllki, |i | I aokjr, • toSS* • •} ? ag, BO *oat* per Ha* *aea ti I laoalhi mouth* insertion iMttt-BuWiwasarwtn leave Janua- ry* Carrierschup* odiThttMl# go bayond the HtaMfpl.ll kSoH only Om«er W iuomj "^satt'st.upi.i — •ndoralng la eavelope, "Irkj lUU.'' 0. 8. Poet- HlMllaiU mm be prepaid by C.s. poctaf* iSant, Tiinal -**—r* will art 4i< Ate to |*t fWWItfi fatwo ar three day* b*f*r* tb* day or MIHW. JCT Wa leara thataportioa af Baahell'a regl ■arthadaskiraslsh wlthifeemwioath*Mata gorda ywiiwli ea the 16th, la which Ave M hla )Ia* Yaar vaa ashered la by the collect jwlwiil la Taxai for auy a day. Ia« «w Hand aa all ataadlag water af eoneldera- Methtakaece—ia aaaa places thick caeagh to twapaknaa. rrr A In oaearrad aa tha mernlag of tka let, tea distillery la tha western part a? thotowa vklak eoasasaed it la tka grouad. Vrr The force af tka eaemy aa# at Dsekro w's total aad Balarla la said to b* alaataaa vagi-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 January 1864

THE TRIWEEKLY TfiLfi.GKAl'H VOL. XXIX—NO. 125 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY JANUARY 6. 1864 BY PONY EXPRESS. 4 \ Special l« the Telegraph. FROM ALEXANDRIA. Alexandria, Dee. 31 The New Orleaee Picayune of the 83J la ai v> hand. The following appear* under the head of t0 ahij tkrrlble disaster. (Correspondence of the New York Herald.; " u. 8. Transport Fclton, { Off Charleston, Dec. S.| AI 2 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, while a lu- rloua wind prevailed from the north-went, the ironclad Weehawken, lying at the entrance of Charleston harbor, went euddenlv, swiftly and unaccountably to the bottom, and carried with her, to a horrible death ben eath the waves, four of her englneera and 26 of her crew. * • The abova was the position of the fleet when the ttrat signal of distress was made from the Wee- hawken—at a few minutes before 2 o'clock. The signal was seen and answered at ouce by the flag* ship, flrom which four boats were dispatched to her asslsUDoe. and by the South Carolina, which sent two ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 January 1864

Cfte Cri-SStthlj Ctltgnqiji •l««JST*N. TMXku. 1 B. H. OVUQDNk tUm mi Fmrirtm. Tanise.—Weokly, pet • Mlt|, ft | * Bonth* M M. tri-WMlVi A months, |Tl: 3 month* It. Adv*rtl*Iag, BO oonts per line each Insertion' Aawr MA*^-Tb* nwrt msnsng*r win imtiJmh- rv 10, Carrier's ahum on all Mm to go beyond lb* MtasMpp', 62.Remit only OwiMmli mousy Mo county scrip 1* currant h*ra.. _ . . ■aeloM IMMU Telegraph offloe, endonlng o« otHMi Wfiltpt, "Army 1lall." 0. 8. Pou- im Boat la *11 MaM bo prepaid by C. 8. portage wbn. Iioeal *tamp* will not do. Ala to gat your MtUrs la two at three day* btfora tba day of depart**. _ TT? Tba put few day* life wltaaaaad about a* dreary aa exhlbltloa ol waatbar a* we have ever kaova. Vim U eaaaa • raia, tbaa a atom that blew dowa tr*oa, bo**M, fence*, ala., tb*n a aortbar that almoel fros* tba tall* *1 tba cattle, and vaa aold enough, la a figure, to freese tba bora* off froa a braaa monkey i tbaa aaai* aa aaat wind, with a drlssla drossle rain, than eaaia a north...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 January 1864

THi, TRIWEEKLY TELfeGRAFK VOL. XXIX—NO. 125 HOUSTON THURSDAY JANUARY 7. 1864 WHOLE NO. S780 V 1 1 BY PONY EXPRESS. Special to the Telegraph. FROM ALEXANDRIA. Alexandria, Dec. 31 . The New Orleans Pioayune of the 23d Is at hand. The following appears under the head of nuiiu wwni. (Corre pond«nee of the New York Herald-) U. 8.T*am*o*t Folton, Off Charleston, Dee. 8. At 2 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, while a fu- Hom wind prevailed from the north-we*t, the Ironclad Weehswken, lying at the entrance of Charleston harbor, went suddenly, "Wiftly and ■Bseeoentahly to the bottom, and carried with herTto a horrible death beneath the waves, four of her engineer* and 26 of her crew. * * . ibeve was the position of the fleet when the first signal of distress was made from the Wee- hawk *iv—at a few minutes before 2 o'clock. The tifi i was seen and answered at once by the flag ■Up, from which four boats were dispatched to her assistance, and by the South Carolina, which sent two of her hoata to th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 January 1864

drons of eo«l. 0*L Buki UINHM that Ui forces, BOder Washbarae had seised Us approaches to M alamo- roa. A rebel garrison at fort BiptriUt of fo«r thoaoaad mea, blow ap the u|uiiO| tear guns W|wllh|Ti of Delaware, refases to toko the loy- al oath, tVIe Is llkety t IWU trouble iatho Tha eavslry eaottred it Ohi mm bo rod eight officers and elgt Fetwaodo Woodsabaltted ai at Oharloa City C. H., 1 eighty-two prlvatoe- 4 a roaotattoa that tha 1U appolat thro* oommle- atonora, empowered to opoa aegotlatlene with the aathorltloc of Kohaoad, to the a d that thta bMr, deeUaettvs, inhuman tu shall eeaeo. aad tha Ualoa bo taaUH apoa tha torau of caulky aad freteralty uader tha Oeoetttutlon. W sb- baraa moved that tha raaolattoo bo laid oa tho tablo; canted, yea* 86, aaysM. A raaolattoo lBStruetlag toe eommltteeonhe Jadlelary to report a bill repealing the fbtltlve clove l v was laid oa tho tablo byte majority. Tho la tost qaototloa of sold Is 190. Xaoaoua, December 10—Cot. Kood.of tho 12th Arkaa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 January 1864

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 12G HOUSTON FRIDAY JANUARY 8, 1864 WHOLE NO. S781 •i t BY FONT EXPRESS. * f i ..} i- i * v Special to the Telegraph. FROM ALEXANDRIA. Richmond, Dee. 18.—At a late meeting of the Exeoutlve Committee of the Stonewall Jackson Statue Association, President Davis presided. Gen. Lee, theGovernor of Virginia, and other prominent officers were present. In his report the treasurer stated that Voliek, the aartlst, had reaehed theeontlnent of Europe, and had entered upon his work. Fifteen bales of oot- ton had been shipped to Liverpool to meet the ex- penses. Five thousand dollars was agreed upon to be advanced to the artist. The statue will oost twenty-Are thousand dol- lars In foreign exchange. In the Senate to-day a bill passed, authorizing the appointment of Third Auditor of the Treasury to settle the Post Offloe accounts. The House Instructed the Judlcary Committee to enquire into the expediency of the amending the Impressment act, so as to exempt en...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 January 1864

$ift Cri-tfiBttkli Mtfnjl I««WT«R> TBIAl. & «. (nn« wfll leave Janut- letters to go beyond Confederal* money Thuh.—Vitllii pn I Mitki, |li * mcath* CM. W-WMWi 9 months, fW5 3 m®«>tb* . Adv*rti*lag,80 aaou par Una each Insertion- ^•ss^jssi^rsz the Mlatlmlppl. M. lUntl only 0 Nocoaaty acnp tecunwut here. ImIom latter* to Telegraph oBta, ••dotting MMt^e aslope, «I5y"*• ; 0. B-Po* iciaiM ia ill eaaae be prepaid by C. paetage thrrr lirtiT stampe will net da. Aim to gat year letter* la tvo er three day* before the day of iapftrtua TTP The thermometer on Wcdntaday *care*ly roaa id the freezing point all day ITT a train will leave for Columbia on Batar- day morning, at# o'clock. JET Wa aall attention of Port lalllno College. •Hit Mt do to the adrartlaemtnt Parent* and guardians u> a*nd their charge* Try The reported am sots la fart Jackson obvl- Dreh*nd i rumor i truth irom Haw Or! MUM now-a-dayc, and an report* from there must be taken with great aliowanea TTP Thare t* a paaka...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 January 1864

THE* TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH VOL. XXIX—NO. 126 HOUSTON SATURDAY JANUARY 9, 1864 WHOLE NO. 3781 Latest Intelligence. We are Indebted to Oapt. Well*, of Gen. Greer1! staff, for a Urge package of New Orleaae paper* as late at Dee. S3. Capt. Well* Just arrived yes- terday from Vermillion, where he had been to at- tend to the exchange of priionera. Ue inform* aa that foar hundred and forty -nine Yankee* were paroled, and three hundred of oar mea who were prleonere of war were releaaed and delivared within oar line*. They embraced all the Federals had in poaaeaaion in New Orlean*,bnt only lnclnde the eaptarea of the laat foar month*. Major Shannon and hla companiona, being in the North, were not exchanged, though negotiationeare now goiog on for their exchange. A torpedo waa exploded under the bowa of a Yankee boat in the Terhe, below Pranklin, on Ohrlatmae day. An order waa forthwith iaaaed to deatroy ever* plantation for four mllee on the riv- er in the nelghborhoood. The boat waa not ae- r...

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