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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 January 1864

«trt OCHTON «. M. WOP* MUm M* Frogry. 1 bsss ff W., TfTj. ii. Advertising 8!W ■*,80 per I Mlkt, |t I > ssonlh*, , I BOtlbii glO: 3 month* Molt h> IIm •••■ la**rtlon rrr Til Concert tor Ik* beaeflt Of the Ladlee' luiMhM Monday night, went off well with a gtagle aaeeptlon, ik« reaelt we pr**easeofan ac •Ideal. ud tbe receipts ««rt kiguly satisfactory to UtMlf-Miiltlii f«iop« tohtn ■Ml of tkM berort the mmod la over. ggr We had th* pleasure of meeting yesterday tb fbtoftAin Q*n. Whitfield, who baa baen tick, tor some months. His service* In tbl* war ara aaeond to those of very taw cavalry officers. hi*popularity u evinced by tba camber of man wbo hav* flacked to tela t nd rd since I ha war b** n. Ha baa foaght wltb tbem all ov*r Arkan***, Missou- ri Mississippi and Teuiie**^*. and tlll baa flgbt eaoasb toft to convince tba Yankee* tbat wa ara uot whipped. bo matter bow long It will take. Wa wlah klm a atiil mora successful and honorable career. TIT flood wise needa no busk. Wa ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 January 1864

TRIWEEKLY TELBGRAFK VOL. XXIX—NO. 132. HOUSTON FRIDAY JANUARY 22. 18641 WHOLE NO. 3787 BY PONY EXFKESS. Alixahdria, January 16th, 18fri The Natchez Courier of the Oth contain* the fol- i|>wtng Item* of interest: "%Wm. H. UrjCtiaui, formerly proprietor or Graham's Magazine, aflef becoming an object of disgust by reason of Intemperance, finally died In a gutter. In Philadelphia, a few days alnce. He was *0 years of age. A correspondent of tiie New York Times writing from St. Georges, Bermuda, Dec. 11,hays: "There are four or five 0- 8. A. cotton steamers in, but none venturing oat. Six more new ones are ex- pected from England next week, and as soun as the dark moon comes oar blockade fleet can look out (or prizes. The old Confederate steamer Sumter, which cleared irom here tbe 13th of August, for Wilmlug- ton. again returned here laden with cotton, last Monday week, clearing for England day before yes- terday, having two comlsaloned oUlcers aboard. It Is about as pleasant for a lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 January 1864

Clft Cri-fflBeMj Ctlqnj^ •vsTorr. ttiAii *. m. cuunrt. mum ui rnvnutm. *MU —Woehlli, per • I M. M>Wn|bf • nutki, tio ; 3 months •alba, |S t I bobUii, .. ath*, <10 ; 3 month* AlvMtWiii NtnU per Una ••eh Insertion Ain lUii.—Th* utt tmmmmwfrin teave Februa- ry >. m will visit the Terry Kutm la perse. Be win null all other letUrs at Atlanta, Georgls. Center's cberge an ail letter* to go beyond the MWalppI, $£ Remit only Contederate money. Mo coaaty eertp teoanreot here. Iltl«e« KU*M te Telegraph oflce, rndordng M oiWe ear elope, "Army Mall." 0. 8. Poet- an Mat la all eaee ha prepaid by C. S. postage •(HIM. Ii*eal suapc will net do. Ala to cat r letter* la two er three day* before the day of m rare. HjT Wo learn that the mall pox haa male It* appearance at La Orange. tlE!?fef . 14. Hudson ef Bo**' brigade, haa oar ka for a Chicago paper of theXth. ' TheloUa of Putnaa and Henderaoa. Kagle Paae haa been very highly recommended to oe by 1 who knew the firm well. B^Oapt. Wlgglnf. A....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 January 1864

THJi TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAfH VOL. XXIX—NO. 132, HOUSTON SATURDAY JANUARY 23, 1864 WHOLE NO. 3787 BY PONY EXFKESS. AiUiisRii, Jan'y 19th, 1864. Late Northern papers are received, they oon- taln the following new* items: DUT0l,Oi.,Dee. 87.—Gen. Joeeph E. Johne- too aaaumea command of the army of Tenneaeee to-day. Fokteim Mokioi, Dee. 28.—The Bag of truce boat haa arrived from City Point with Union pris- oner* In ezehange for those aent by Qen. Butler. The rebel government refuaea any further ez- ehange onless all queatlona are given op about which our government haa been contending, and the lawa In regard to officer* andaoldlera in negro regtmenta aie recognized. They alao refute to reeelve a flag of truce from Qen. Butler or nego- tiate with him on the sutjeot of an exchange, be- oauae of Jeff Davla' proclamation outlawing But- ler laat year. John Mitchell ha* withdrawn from the Rioh- mond Enquirer. YANKEE DISPATCHER Cdmbexahd, Md., Dec. 30.—Qen. Kelly has re- ceived Information from Gen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 January 1864

Cfet fri-SRttklj Cdc^nqit •iwr w. B. M. &TuvuvttMngJ*5eeute per line eosi li UmtUOI win leave Februa- ■m. I.ml stamps viu bw ■•> y ••■ yeurEi aieir woer throe top bcton tbe toy ef imiiB. publish crowd upon us m aaob that we shall not attempt longer to publish agaric to. both ffllris, We shall endeavor to select Aw «Mb sdlUon I > most appropriate. Si tub ibuvicb.—We arc reqeeetod to give aotloe that the IplMopol Church wilt bo epea far Divine aervlee lo wm morning at tbe umI bow. Bar. Ml. Balea, of Gaiveatoa, will Wka art tbo Oraiktn V We wara atruek vltb tbo truth of i remark amde to ma ysstsrday, that mob Ioto thai wblob they labor Her aid make aaortftooa for, and eon- asquently ( our country It. tho mea saost devoted to tko oaaao or an thoao who have Buffered moat In Wo ara constantly throwa Into ooalaat with all aorta of pMpli. wo ara la daily latorooarao with tbo baart of tbo speculating world oftbo •lata. Wo aoo also continually men In the va- rtoaa walks of lira, tor...

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

THIS TRIWEEKLY Ti <V. •7A ' ) * i v A 4 t I r I f i* iW r t t" VOL.XXTX—NO. 133 HOUSTON MONDAY JANUARY 25, 1864 WHOLE NO. $788 BY PONY EXFKESS- Special to the Telegraph. FROM ALEXANDRIA. Alexandria. Jan. 17. Whin I was a little boy I lived in tbe North, And all the bread and cheese I got I put into my montb; Aad when I grew to be a man my mama sent me forth, And told me to seek a home down la the "sunny South." Bo down I came—and stayed, and here I mean to stay, and lay, and Irom Southern lull answer Gabriel's summons. .... But a long time before I left the North, in fact when I first commenced listening, my ears were flulcued with Puritanical bowlings about the "horrid Catholics." 1 was told that they were the •' Devil's own," and that all the 1 igrantsfrom lurope were Catholics, and that they were in- creasing so fUt th.t unless they were masaacreed they would soon outnumber the Protestants, and then would come inquisitions and tortures of all kinds, and the Republican Governme...

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

I' M \im Cbt Cri-fflUtUj Ctlegnqib M v«««* m a ooamnre. Tmw-W*AI), f:r • MMkl, Ml f £1*. Trl'WMilf, 4 Mouths, fib; 3 months AlNflWaiiNmti H> Um cash tiawttoi im Maa.—Tbe not BMHDgfr win leave r«brac rr t. ii d Win vuit ft" Terry Rangers 1« new n. He wi|i mall kll < Mir tote* rs at Atlanta. Geargl<. Air Mr** ch«rge on all letter* to go beyond th* Mt* teatppt, t£ R mlt only Confederate iuomj. Mo NMHftcDpKe«miitkm. Baeioee niton to Tilipipk office, endorsing oa «Mt M (ltp*( "Army Mall." 0. S. Poet ago aait la kit caeee to prepaid by C. 8. postage ataaape Leeal stamp* will ao da. Aim to (at rovwtun la It* er three days before tbe day oi iHartiii tOf Matters we desire to publish crowd upon aa aa mach that wa aba I oot attempt longer to publUb attertlclealn both edltl<-iia. Wa aball endeavor to " . fcr <acti edition tbo-e moat appropriate. Divina Bsavirx.—Wa ara requested to |It* a©lire thai tfea Xplaoopal Oborao *111 ba apaa for Divine s#r\ lea to-morrow morning at tba Bit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 January 1864

THJs, TRIWEEKLY TELKGRAfH VOL. XXIX—NO. 133. HOUSTON TUESDAY JANUARY 2G, 1864 WHOLE NO. 3788 1TBM* OF INTEREST: Here are some more editorial brevitlei from the New York Day Book: The Washington Star laya." the Preiident ha# probably made kit lait appeal.'' It he, happily ■o near the Judgment Day at that t la It not surprising that that hindering min- atrel, John Tan Bnren, doee not tarn op some- where in theie piping tlmea T A Lowell paper aaya, " It cannot be denied that Oen. Batter hat loit hit character." Pray,for God's take, that no poor wretoh may be to unfor tunate at to find It 1 Mlat Dlcklcson It (till founding the praiset of that gay Lothario, Ben. Butler. She thlnka that, *• though not positively handtome, he hat mott engaging manners " To her oaptivated eye, Bon it " The mildett mannered man That ever acnttlea thip or oat a throat." An ngUer-leoklng Cyclops waa never teen oat of the infernal reglona than 41 the Beast Butler." Mayor Opdyke "thanks God that he can boast ef ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 January 1864

Cfct ftri-SStthlj &tltgra$ IIOITMTON. TKXAM . i. M. cuomre. uiiok m tnwium. Tanae.—Weakly, per • months, 991 x months. •« SO. Trl-Weekly, • months, «10: 3 month. •S. Advertising, W cents per Une such lassrtlon ABUT Hut.—'mnntBMinnr winieeye Fetrua- Sr 8. and will visit the Terry Bumn la dw" • will msll aB Other totters at Atlanta. Georgt Carrier'• chim on all letter* to go beyond the Mississippi, t£ Remit only Confederate mousy. Mo county Kiip to currenthere. Inclose letter* U fslegteffc . on outside envelops, "Amy Mall.'' endorsing 0. 8. Poet am moat la all aaaaa be prepaid bp a I'P0"***, ctampe. Local atampe wlll aet de. Aim to gat yoar Uttate la two er three day* bsfors the day el departure. ]&> We make reom to-day lor the very ealer- talaiag leotara af Oapt. Wharton, cm the "FW- oaaphy af latlng," wWeh ha volunteered by ra- Saest la rsad at the Concert yesterday ee'alght, at which, throach accident or dlseourtecy. the aadteneo did net llatae to. To (Tratlfy lhoae who ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 January 1864

A y THh TRIWEEKLY X-A JLfjLJL H VOL. XXIX—NO. 134 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27, 1864 WHOLE NO. 3789 ITEiUHOV INTKKB8T. The Washington correspondent cf the Chicago Tribuue, says: " W* ere at our wit* end foi sol- dirs, Would not improved small arm* be Just a* good 7'' He urge* that the Yankee army be i.rn- *4 entirely with repeating rifle*. Uo says fur- ther: "It la boldly asserted that In all tbl* war, not a tingle mau ban been killed by tbe bayonet, except by accident. 1 have no doubt this i* tbe faot." Mr. Arnold, (what relation to Benedlot, i* not ■aid In aipeechin Washington, Dec.23d.) iald of Llneoln: This great man, whom It i> not extravagant to ■ay. !■ God like in hi* moral attribute*, child like lu the ilmpUelty and purity of hla character, yet manly and self-relying in hl« high and patri- otic purpose—a roan who takes no backward step, let him cousumate the grandest achievement ever allotted to man, the destruction of American liavtry. Can the cause of such blasphemer* b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 January 1864

m. n. omant. *4 I, Hi 1 walbi) ion ths, |M; 9 month* •ants pOf Una eaflh laeeruon tfumirwtnmw hm - ^^ssrjtrss^o^. oq all tetters to go beyond tne JUmtt only Confederate money. No IHftUlM, MAf yM*l." 0. 8. Pot; ta all tuti bo prepaid by 0." • Po*ofO toMl mum will oM <f. At® to m > la two *r three days before tbo day of TjVfWe price Of eeMo* at IMIt >M ta, wo Win,Mo epeele. It to worth 3So to Matemoros. ■f ■ ' B3P Wo boor of eales of several State Bonds for fMW, pay lac 9 H' Mat. intaroat la specie, at tMlifH. TWgliobootlhoberfleveetaBontwe know oftaa It HI* a*or SI par ooat. Interest— Ualyafftod return for capltaL JO-TU waaftw Just aow to extremely fcvor abto ta forming operations. We are glad to learn Ikatjtoalaw aw preparing to aako tho best corn ametalheirpower. Wotopstoaooooraenough mm tUa yon# to M both tbo amy and too mmm 9** rwkM OBelal Afmatbf ,>* 1 Tfy Wo aro Inform ad that Capt. 1.0. Wbarton kwoaoa relieved from ehsrge of tha Clothing ■aroaa.oto., at Ma owa r<...

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

THE TKl-WEEKLY TELKGRAFH VOL. XXIX—NO. 134 HOUSTON THURSDAY JANUARY 28. 1864 BY PONY EXPRESS. Special to the Telegraph. FROM ALEXANDRIA. Alexanpeia, Jan. 19. Yankee News mod Noil one. Waihinston, Dee. 38.—The Richmond £n qulrer of the 17th m;i that oar Government hat abandoned every point except the treatment of negro prisoners. Mow, the einpto troth la, oar Government ha* not abandoned any point. It 1* known that MaJ Gen. Bailer, who has superseded Gen. Meredith, hat no such luttracUont. The prltoners at Forts Norfolk and MeHenry and Point Lookout have been placed under his orders, aod he is authorized to eonduot the exchanging, man for man, and of- ficer for offioer, for equal rank with those paroled and sent forward by himself. The object Is to make en even exchange as far as the prisoners in the rebel possession will admit; and, governed by humane motives, the effort will be made first to procure tbn.>')lt Me of those who have for the longest tlmf btitu held as prltoners. Col...

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

Cfce Cri-tSEaWj ®tltgr y|j| IOOTON. T«*A> *. a. month*. _ months Insertloo Taa —V*vklT, per • moathe, • * M W. frt-VMIIy. 9 months, 91*; 3 S. M tmMrng, W wU per line each li iw mail.—TI>« nut BMtmrr will leave Fsbrua- rvtr tiHwIUvisit tha Tarry Rangers In person. Z Wtn mau othsr wum at Atlanta. Georgia. ClinS i ifcuia on all Mtlan to go beyond tha jSaalailppl. I& Remit only Confederate money. Mo office, cottoning «^™elope, "Amy Mall.'' 0. S. Poat mm be prepaid by c. 8. pOetage Ml (tampa will net 4e. Aim to get la Mr* er three day* before the day of ITT W* l*«n thai Major Oen. Sterling Price, tMaaroof Missouri, and the Idol of the amy, la ew In Washington county on a visit to hla fam- «r. Wo tniat ha will extend his Journey to Hoaaton, and promise him If he does an, a cor- dial welcome from oar people. ]T7 It Is aald that U. Oen. B. Klrby Smith maybe looked for la a few daya. We sba.l be gladtotee hlaa. fryWear* pleased to aae that Oapt. Hanrr Aaarews, after serving his eou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 January 1864

A THE TRIWEEKLY TL VOL. XXIX—NO. 135 HOUSTON FRIDAY JANUARY 29. 1864 WHOLE NO. 3790 BY PONY EXPRESS. d pedal u the Telegraph. FROM ALEXANDRIA. Alexandria, Jan. 94th. 1804 The mall arrived from the east again Jhlt mom- tug, bat, u W tWtji the case, it haa bdln eo long on the *ty tt cocUlne Mtbltg of lntere*t to the press. It bring* teveril IbtMisrt teture for Tex**, Louisiana and Arkansas. Nothing new. Tiro millions of money aad ntne thousand *lx- •koot'ir* have *afely arrived this tide of the Mls- ktuippt from the east. II. P. LATER. AUXANSaiA. Jal). <6. 1864- From an uUio«r, who in In a position to know wnat U goi.ifc on, I received the following: Headquarters, Scurry'* Brigade, 1 nt*«r Slmm.iport. Jan. tta. J All quiet with ai. Look out lor a demonetrstl on " the enemy on the Tex as coast. To-day. I received by courier, a New Orleans paper of the 17tU. land one of the 18 tb. Thru Daye T.ater. Tbey wero aent to me by Oapt. Albert 1*. Mills,'A. A. Gen'lof Gen. Scurry'* ataff, to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 January 1864

Cb Cri-SRttUi *. W. £ per § aaoatos, til iaaoatna. ,1 month*, §W; 3 months looaaparlieoeaehlBsertioB leaextaeeeenger win leave Febrea- "KilMi'lrlmTlr fTlrtrr'' eadorstag aa mMK nitltHt "Army **. 0- •at mil la all mm bo prepaid ^ C-8-Pof 5B5tt§ bill flUapf will bM A)® f® yttr ilttiii Seaa g*i la two ertoroe days before toe day of JT Baptd, karj u< eoatlnaous irlag heard la direction off Oaaap, day before juMWi by people to gall Prairie. Mo farther •«•■ jnr Wo taara that Malar Ooa. Sterling Prloe tkafaoaf Mleeoarl, and tho idol off Iho wai, U bow la Washlagtoa eoaaty oa a vtalt table wa- tte. Wo trait ho wtll extend hie Jouney to Hoaaka, aad proalee hJai if bo dooa eo, a o dial woloooM frem oar people. vrr Tho voathor haa boon hotter adapted to Igrtaattan darlag tho paettow weeks, than we rwiatw to hm aooa for years. Wo believe that ptevlag la bolof dono all orA tho ooaatry, aad fa loao off oar lower ooaatry landa, oora ptaatiagon a saall aoalo, ha* alnady bagua.— If llrootdooa aot...

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

THii TKl-WEEKLY TELMGRAjfK VOL. XXIX—NO. 135 HOUSTON SATURDAY JANUARY 30, 1861 WHOLE NO. 8790 Inaucural Address of Governor Allen o' I'Oulalaim. Delivered at Ahreveport Jan- uuayliS, 1864. Gentlemen of tflt General Assembly, and Fellov-Citilent: Having; been oalled to the Executive chair by the almost unanimous voice of the State, I now enter upon the datlea of tbat offioe, with the proud satisfaction that I have the eonfldence of the citizens of Louisiana. That confidence, I trust, has not been misplaced, for it ahall be the sole object of my life, to serve the State faith- fully, honestly and zealously. Without any solicitation whatever on my part, 1 have been elected to the highest honor within tho gift of the pe< ple. If I were ambitious, the measure of my ambition Is fall. To be oalled to the helm in these stormy times, to pilot the ship of State, (1 trust to a port of aafety) ia indeed honor enough for any man. I would, therefore be recreant to every principle of honor, of ...

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

i. m. cmnrae. rawr u< mutator. Tma*.—Wevkly. per • month*, fS i 3 months, M M. Trl-Weekly, • months, 910; 3 month* II, iimtlilii 91,00 per Mac each Insertion AMKt lUn.—Tbe next nMNm« winleave febmt- ry T aad will visit th« Terry Rangers lo person Um will mall *11 other letters at Atlanta. (leargla OarrWt shame <m all letter* to go beyond thi KlaelMlPlH, Remit only Confederate money. No connty *crtp le current bare. 1 Hlt<n to Telegraph oOm, endorsing i envelope, "Army 1UII." 0. 8. Pcet- ■ast to all eaaee be prepaid by O. B. postage will net da. Aim to get age mast in Zmm. U year letters irtore. la two or three days before the day of fry Bead the glowing lnaugaral of Got. Allen ofijoslelana we hare aide rooaa (Or It bseanse we ssaldat help It. Seldom have we read any Ai«y with mere pleasure, and wa fell that oar readers had a right to eajoy It, too; ao wa hare printed It to-day for tham ITT Oar dates ftrta across the river are from RtahaMait Jaeuaiy 3th, Belme, 13tb, ate. We...

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

THisi TRIWEEKLY TELls VOL. XXIX—NO. 136 HOUSTON MONDAY FEBRUARY 1. 1864 WHOLE NO. 3791 i < r r From Richmond Enquirer, Jan. ft. ('KNKRAL MOItHAN'H M8CAFE FROM PRISON. Danville, Jan. 2,1864. As 1 have not eeu any detailed account of General John II. Morgan's remarkable escape from tlie Ohio Btate prison,! have determined to send yon the fol- lowing, a* received from him. How often dots It occur that "truth is stranger ttiau Action," and to hear the General In his modest way repeat all the Incidents connected with his escape, until his sale arrival within our lines, sounds more like a Ule oi the Arabian Nights than a 'r .e record of facta, which, we know, have but recently t. ken place: In the first place, the prison 1- on" of the strongest, either lu thin country or Europe. a< I can testify from a personal Irspection. and few men would have the courage to attempt to get out from such a place,even If there wtre uo other obstacle than the wails to overcome; but, when It la rememb...

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

Cjft Cri-SBttklf ®tltgrsp| •VITCR. T«*A« lEWBI u< Prgprltwi. Ohp*. Taylor. A. Q. M. teksnrMiM eighteen Hnnto contributed by Dr. Geo. W. Patrick, of county. further donation) 1 jV Wc m nqutM by Ool. Hendricks of the to aay that tbe Institution haa received of baton, lard and wool for which he ' let ha will not reject black wool at brought In uureccoaebly Urge quau 2tSE2T Jn( Amtar of havereaeks and cockc la thli to give tnf lowMUra. ITT ('Sa4«toW* wants u to flod oat all about ccmchpdytna distant city, cod publish hlsehar- Mtrn car ptptr, ao that "Enqnlrsr" may ace l . Oeel,aac«redly. We bg to inform "Enqul- m" that «• lia'l da that aort of business. IfTOittoUafwa acroaa the rlrer are from Ultawl,Jiaaty 5th. Selmi, 13.b, ate. We NHlTli the® too late for extract* for to-dey'e MOOT. Mobile paperc of the 13 ih, tent □ a by oar Alexandria oorrocpoadeni, aofortanately either failed to reaoh na. or vera picked op by aome In ooooldarota visitor—aa unpardonable o(Tenon Wo have alaoChicago...

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

r THJi TRIWEEKLY t VOL. XXIX—NO. 136 HOUSTON TUESDAY FEBRUARY 2. 1864 WHOLE NO. 3791 nd sapwy M|u >a^c wy csnvssi dip, «i god's sway, yed mother tang, th angels, prattled WRKCKKO! by toh ai4cb6r1ti. Th* virgin morn, along the pearly east, Her golden blushes sped o'er earth and iky ; Then brightly •millng, behold a gorgeous feast, O'er half the globe, for man's too careless eye. The song of wild bird trilled through every grove, And ocean'* roar wa« eunk to ealm repose; And dewy flowere, baptised in holy love, Seemed breathing glories as their incense roae. A brown-eyed mother smoothed her shining hair— Sweet, darling ohildhood sported on the lawn, And from Us form peeped oat the timid bare, Its large eye glowing In the mellow dawn. Fair Nature wakeulng then did rise again. Renewed in beanty, from the death of night— Another glorious morning shone on men, Lovely as Bden In its pristine might, When angels walked on earth, and God alone Was worshipped purely, and was purely known • ...

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