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

6*555 Cfet Cri4SBttU| Cdtjrjffe ODITOPT. T«*A . «. wl omm Taaak—Weekly. P*r • n atha, t9| S ■onihe, ft a§. M-whiiti • j| IHmMu. $1,00 par eaehlatertloa ulilirt* taAM la ladle eat circnmitancet M le mil theiaeelvee of the appropriation made by UtelMt Le«tolatnre u« required to auk* their «b Bins'!— ob n*b m poetlble, to the Ohio yVulw^orowefUieCoainlaalonera. By delay they a« he oaela«ai. i ttfff ' JOT Wa pabllahed aa Thursday a vary Inter- hUu aotnaat of tha aaaaalt aa Knoxvllle bjr T ■ ■■■lint from tka pea of "Ftreonae," the 7 r!Smn"ii'i«ai of tha Chailetton Coarlar. To- dTv wtalve hla aravtaaa letter, detailing tha mlwZmJau!eftUlamr ap to the date of that aaaaalt. At oar Texaa brigade,. 1st, 4th and Sih, i, jahaatoa'a dlvltion, tha frlanda of that brigade will read thaaa lattara with graat Inter- tit- bmamia to Mawararane.-On tha tax Aa. ref thUeaanty taking tha eehedale of tha i, ha prepoeed to tax tha proprietor aa a dealer in marahandixa, InaUUnf that ■nbaortotiaaa vara la efft...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 February 1864

THE TRIWEEKLY vol. xxix—no. ial>* HOUSTON WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 3-.'1864 WHOLB by pony express. Jpeelal to the Telegrtph. Alixahdbia, Jen. 86th. 1684 Tki Yankeea My that In their latitude the ther- ■onitw has been 40 degrees below tero this winter. I tout It wil keep gett'ng lowtr until 4 they are froaon m still tbat nothing this tldeof— "th* place for the wictsu" will ever thaw them. Theae barbarian* hkve jn t dltcoverea another Mere's aeet, whleh exercise* their fears oocsldtr- ably, especially thete particularly interested. The fools have Just ft and out what they ought to have known long eg — th.U if they ere fortunate enough to land In C hsrieston, they will smell, hear and feels little taller earthquake then they ever dreamed of. Bt t they need not feel uneasy, for they wiU never git there over the rosd they are now traveling. , ,. The New York Htrsld says the world-wide known ttsffshlp Huthrd, with Admiral Farragut on board, sailed yeaW rday for th* headquarters of the West O...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 February 1864

Cjjt ®ri-®BeekIp Ctltgri^ b. m. cvtxm. niter ui rroprietn. Trans.—Wbefclr, per • hmUii, 93 s 3 months, >M M. Tfl> Weekly, • mentis, $10; 3 months ji. Advertising, $1,00 per Une each Insertion AMI Ifuv.—Tbe next m««eeafer win leave Feb. >0. ' % charge da ell letters to go beyond the tWt,9t. lUalt oaly Oenfsderate inoL#y. Mo scrip Is carrent here. Bnetose Mm to Telegmph offloe, eadorslng Ml Oatetde envelope, "Army Mall." 0. H. Poet ■Mail*la *11 eaeee be prepaid by 0. 8. postage mbipa, bail sleaspe will set 4e. Ala to gel faerie Mere to two er three da;* before the day of oeytrtare. IT""1*A large box, toppoeed to eon tain socks, is •llM to press afflee In tola oily, addreaaed to J-bMIHr regimsat. The proper ofleer of that NgtaMt la M«Mstodtesend for fee same. TBI BL.OCKADB SUTIICTIOM. We 'remarked the other dar that wa regarded re atrlctlona on trade aa a suicidal policy ao far aa such rtatrlctloaa go. The propoaltlon vu, that running the blockade tended to depreciate toe curr...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 February 1864

THJs TRIWEEKLY TELKGRA^H VOL. XXIX—NO. 137 HOUSTON THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4, 18C4 WHOLE NO. 3792 BY PONT EXFKESS. Special te the Telegr aph. Alexandria, Jen. 86th. 18JM. The Yankees aay that lu their latitude the tber mometer hat been 40 degree* below aero this winter. I troat It will keep fet«log low r until they are frozen so stiff that nothing this tide of— "the plare for the wicked" will ever thaw thorn. These barbarians have Just dUcoverea another mare's nest, which exercises their fears consider- ably, especially those particularly irtereited. The fools have Just found out what they ought to have known long ago—that .f they are fortunate enough to land in Cbirl6itODt iiisy will smeii) hear and feel a little taller earthquake than they ever dreamid of. But they need not feel uneasy, for they will never get Caere ovtr the road thej are now traveling. The New York Herald says the world-wide known flagship Hartford, with Admiral Farr&gut on board, aailed yesterday for the headquart...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 February 1864

uounon S. H. CUfHDIO, Kditor M« mvrlMW IBS.—Weekly, p«r • months, $5 J > months, . TH-Weekly. • month*, ! mooUs* •1,00 per lto nal HrU«« tm MtXL.-JTb* next me«**ns r wffllem FM>. 10. OartWi itnil on 411 Mtm to go beyond the mTk I*bUm1t OiwM*nt* Bi«Mr No *drt to earreat here. IdMMMnMM JU Telegraph o®co, bo ootsUe oavolopc, "Amy *«*':" 0. S-J'®*- •f* BHt ia all mm be P1***1*} ** /h?If!S Zbh. Iiocal *tt*sp* will not do. Am to got y earls More la two or throe day* before the day of tepartan trs A UrN box, sopposed to cobUIb socks, Is rtttftoMeSwIa <M> elly. addiced to Phllltpe' WflBwat. Tho pioper ottoer of that loglncat la rsqaesiod to send for the M 'j_. Mu attention to tho advertisement of Mr. totui la oar eoHimiw. Wo know ho keepa nono hot tho Mat qoallt) of oyster*. Try Goo. Mflrrah arrived in tho city yesterday. W{ur« glad to mo him. VTP Atteatlon la called to tho liberal offer made bytha Principal of tho FlenWrevlIle Maleand VcmU inatttata. It la worthy of comnsndatlo...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 February 1864

} Y VOL. XXIX—NO. 138 AN ADDRESS Bj the Ooittoor to the People of Texas. IxM.OT.yi DE** 7M T. Austin,'! <•*• . Jut. it. 1804. Fallow CItlxeus—I address yon, not as a maturit nere f rn n >r in the observance of precedents o lv, Ibii'inipeilrtl by a mo«t sincere desire of oomniunlni Iw 'S y.'U at this time, npou the ir.teresta of the I tai2, and of our bleeding country. The *ear IMS '• nunit ei d with tbe years by-gone, and it* factsare aiiiicd to the hlatory of the past, and u'ter thel. I iol< ni >. leaaons for your instruction and guidance.-- IT elr teaching* euH-bteu vour judgment and enlarge I your expedience. l'be year 1864 has dawn>d upon us, oit | si l i in tue future with ita hope*. ItsexpecU- ' tl'>rin ai d it* uncertainties Its revelations are yet to come We are etlll to tbe nitdat. of war. In magni- tude almost byond any revealed In ancient or mod- ern history Tbe fearful struagle still goes on, and ?lll iiivilv< g all that Is dear toua as a free people...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 February 1864

C&t Cri-HRttMu f ebgnqi^ MiraTOR. thai. s. *. emm mum m rwwutet. S«a. rn-we& KfNWu per • months, ISI s month*. Ijr, • BOitkii t!0 ; 3 month* 91,00 per llee saeh lasertlOB mtwHmir win leave F*b. 10. on all litun lo co beyond the KiMiit only C«nMu*t« bom;, Mo rdegrspb offloe, endorsing • "Army Mall." 0. H. Pott- ■n nut In nil nm bo prepaid by C. 8. pottage MM. Liotl stamps vilt not *e. A'm to get mhVki la two or tbm day* bofor* tb* day of ifaftro. wsj Dot. Komb arrived In th* city yesterday. glad to ■•* him. IpT Attention to called to the liberal ofer sad* f UN Principal of tin FlaatereTllle Male and *7 Iiaato Inatttat* It la worthy of commendation. UfW« notice Capt. W. D. Her rick, one of the former popolar conductor on tie Central Railroad, back agatn at Ki poet, to hav'ng relleveJ Mr. BoncMay, Who enibarki U. other inline**. Mr. 3*n«hl*y ha* won legion* of frlemJ* since hi* ronn*ctlon with tha road,and thay will regret to hoar of hla retlrrceat, bat will ever remember him f...

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