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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 December 1864

^ * THE HOUSTON TRI WEEKLY x r.^jsuw.APH. wiUbm \ \ VOL XXX—NO. 184 HOUSTON MONDAY DECEMBER 19, 1864. WHOLE NUMBER—3848 / Confederate State* Concrete SENATE TiiiRsuav-November 10, IMl The Senate «n«-t at 12 o'elook, M. Mr Hual"r of Virginia, in the chair. Prayer by Ihe Rev- T V. Moore, of Iht Presbyterian church. Mr. Garland. of Ark-n*a*, presented a commit- nioatinn from P (] Hooper, President of tl e rrny 8urgie l Board of tbe Department of t?ie ^ns-Mississlppi, relative to tbe more par feet or izit'on of the medical department o! the army. D?. Hooper recommends, as a m*ans o' retalr It* surgeons of ability in tbe army, tbal all nurgeOMS who bave been in the service two year* be glv n the rank, nay, &e„ of Colonel* ; those who have t een in less than two sear* th- rank, pay, of Lieutenant Colonel*, and assistant surgeons the rank,pay. &c.,of M*Jor . The communication was referred tojtho Commit- tee on Military Affsirs. Mr. Spurrow.of Louisiana, introduoed the fol- lowing, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 December 1864

®ri-^t(Mg®eUgrapb s. a. omnia, utw «u Fnwot HOUSTON, DECEMBER 17. 1M4. ' AUKNTSt OK TUB TiLMlUftt. for Um eonvaDtanc* of oar eabrortben, wo pabltok • Hat of oar Agent*, tbe receipt* of any of wbar vaMd at ttola oAco: „ _ Alexandria, La.___~_.................R M Kllpa rink Ana tin. Tr U cooaty ......M II # jl " aoa. Urimea Wyche bO"t Jefferson -—NQttbert =3«BS7 ■trap, Bastrop.....-...-., j Bill, Oouaatesw... — I'.nhan, Panto lold Springe, McLennan, BoHoa, BoH. .... Hornet, Bnro Belmont, Oonssles................... Bryaoi'* S'attun, Miiam. _.....W0 8yp*rt Boonvlile, Braaoa W 0 Buoley Cola <1.t>l , Brssorta—..W F Bw ra ..Kola* Uatea ...T A Caldwell _i|<5 riWffi. i, Brssorta , bill. WiMJilBKtoa. ..W UShermaa IntiC'H*. V'.W'L.., ........Jdo Arnold Cunningham'*, B rop _ «¥ A Bros Cold ?orliis , Polk - 0 0 Fllae Co n till). Wi|l|«niM<u ..........J R King Cat Bpriiiif., Aastta....... C«D y Mst**«r a. Obamiari) Cr«ek, Kill*. Orockrtl, U'>aa*on ..... Colombo*. Ootorndu..... Cal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 December 1864

t -i Y"'f disabuse themselves of this mistaken idea the better. The highest circles of English society cultivate penmanship with care and Huccess. The Queen's handwriting is beau- tul—flowing and elegant, and feminine.— Prince Albert's biographer compares the Prince to Goethe, who 'would take inordinate pains even in writing a short note, that it should be admirably written. He did not understand the merit of second-best, but everything that was to be done must be done " perfectly." The rrince Consort took the greatest in- terest in the caligrapby of his children, and few young people, we are assured, write more elegantly, and, at the same time, more distinctly, than the Princes and Princesses of England. Our highest statesmen have not thought it beneath them to cultivate a clear and distinct penmanship. Lord Pal- merston's handwriting is free, lirm, and considering his great age, by no means ob- scure. Lord Derby writes a capital hand— at once elegant and legible—au aristocratic ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 December 1864

HOUSTON DECEMBER 19, 1864. Beast Butkr wa« th« appropriate oracle to foreshadow the policy to be adopted by Mr. Ltaeola in the future oonduot of the war against tha Confederate States. If Sherman's march through Gaorgia is not attended with any great disaster to his army, and he reaches the coast in safety, it will be pompously heralded as the out- ting of the Confederacy in two through ita vitals, and made the occasion of a fresh proclamation to (ha "rebel States," to re- turn to their allegiance, within a stated dm+t and on failure to do so, to denounoe against them war without mjrcy, punish- ment without forgiveness. Wa suppose that ha will repeat the insult by the Beast, who said: If WjaSVTjT .,r with th- «treigth and stria- ta* Ian jaur t# U - and draw from th* history of that land which, we 11 km .low Khali we •«: j mm land with th* m«n with whom wa thai fight 1 Let si r to the ie*chln«s of. history. ra,; war* oac« pro ad to own as tha motaar eoootrj. Eve- • no England, In tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 December 1864

T THE HOUSTON TRI-WBEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL XXX—NO. 185 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 21, 1864. WHOLE NUMBER—3849 1 risry R. F««tor and John Mitch*!. [Fr<>m the proceedings ofthe Confederal* House, November 91. i Mr. Foote, of Tennessee, ruse to * peis>in*l explanation. lie had been violently assailed by a cerium newspuner in this city, ami called a ivc lustruciionist, because he had raid thnt the worst form of reconstruction *would be subjujratiou, s°rvile subjugation .to t' e foe. Certain parlies had taken ex- ception to hi*n, because had advocated the Monroe dno't'inft as tl<e true policy of the .\ftrth and SoutHi. He was no rccon- rtru'll'ultat, but ir favor of the strong re- eolntiors which were adopted this inorn- injf. His m^tto was Southern independ- er n>. lie had ietson to believe that ihe dis- graceful article tvlilofc had appeared was, written by a wild Irigh-nan, whose ooursei hitherto had been wiill known to him. Hoi hod ndvocated fr-une years ttgo, the re- ope...

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

*SB S a. OVtHllO. Mi Mr HOVSTQS DECEMBER 80,1864. ' Alalia O^W£*TL^GWAr7t. for tba con«wrlao<a «t ow satwcr|t>«M. w* ,>ub l*b • flat of our Aa*fit*,lii« ractlpu of any ot mlioiii art ntld ai thta I So* t ' Ssi.t^rla, K M KIIMMW* Aasito, TtJhi county. ..M M or** Aitenoo. 0rlroa .7.7. Scores Wycie Bmomi t JeUara-jn.....Ollbert MIom. (all*.. 0 ¥ OnrwA 1— *p.B—tfp w 0 v *ty BtC HUI. ttobUwc KafU Uiles - MMI, - 3 AO#ldw< !t 3OM MiLudkm P jb>tU Mlm. Bsll —— A MWlti Burnat, Burtoi ——* !•£*>?*' * rit.Uul Illui_ T TWIt.Ulll. •<.'• BUII'-O, Iliv. jf C By part BVtlt*. Bra a«a ...... W O Bucky triUfebU. Br.* iri«—W i' |w Ui appall IIIN. Wa Uln io i W U Sherman Bctale, Dt W'l.. Arnold Bingham'*. fa*' W-w*i Brown _— #priD« fk>i| -0 2 if"1,8 Corn Bill MT|IHaw-</|j J M KlDf Cat •prinr. Austin N Oiark# 0«o«7. Malauor a. - —... 'no Maltha* • Obaniiara One*. Jtiiia J Forrest Crockett, II 'uk'O'. W M Tailor Ooiom^nn. Ooiorod'..... J f J-nhlfs U, Bu'Imox R W Oojjn ejr i w ll T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 December 1864

)tli- lii- 31lt •ts. r°> lAj ")os 1 113. lal- t il" lilt La |)\ lty lic- Ite Lr- Ito T f fatherless and widow, dashed aside. xind hu- r inanity so outraged that tlio guardian spirit took its flight, astounded at the atrocity of man. Iu the name of this Moloch, necessi- ty, what barbarity has uot been perpetra- ted What sy mpathy has not btoii wrung ? What virture has not been outraged? Every- where, in its name, the enemy has called evil good and good evil; every where lie has set up his brazen imago in the place of God; and, yet, we with an example so illustrious and so convincing, before our eyes, are ask- ed to bow at the same altar, repeat the same Shibboleth, aud worship the same idol. Far be it from us or ours. Whilst we cling to the government, and cherish and sustain \ its officers, let us not be afraid to speak out 4 boldly against wrong and innovation. Let yus rather speak the more boldly, because we love the government and the country. Let it not be supposed that these...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 December 1864

HOUSTON. DECEMBER 21. 1864. A stray copj of ft book entitled "Down in fenoeaeo and back bj way of Richmond," tnder the nomwu deplume of Edmood Kirke, has found lu way into our sanctum, and wokave read it. Th« writer ia one of the two impudent fellu.v-, who were permitted to enter Richmond, hold an interview with President Davia, and propoae our return to the Union, in the office of Secretary benja- min, in July last. He belonge to the liter- ary corps who are actively aiding in "put- ting down the rebellion," and restoring the supremacy of the "best government ia the world." As a specimen of this class of books, it ia not without significance and in- terest. His view of the mode of carrying on the war is given in the following ex- tract; ' \ ••It Is Mia lo talir ef eoi quoting a t'nion with a dlr- affected people It n *«r ««• dor*, aim i.sver will to* don*. Ireland ^cd Itnlr and ilun*«rjr oaeht to eonvlooe a* oi that. But bow, wbl.e every ai.le«bod- 1*4 Bout torn dm Is In the ret*! ...

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

fox THE HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL XXX—XO. 18ii HOUbi'ON FRIDAY DKCKMBJttl 83, 18G4. •——— ■ ■ j muft.'.m tut i WHOLE NUMBER—3850 'Jin- Ui tw too Ul«cliii4n. < 'oriespondonee of the Now ^ nrk Tiuu ? U. fc>. Sun* lilKWti.i.B. \ Off Gill veston, Texas, Nov. H:it. $ Much lias been said and written about, and tnanv have experienced the dreary mo- | nri1 bein^ raaue to head iti«it ef. 1 Wheeler hud two victorious e,s a;'«*inent8 w'th Ki pi eivolry, in ot whioh !l.t oujiureJ h.i >i rick'si hut I (l.ii or*1 Ui"t e telegraphs from vvan- ' n i . i hi i)« l«- * i.K« place eff> \ iui v nony of bl> cl'mJii :g duty .especially on v-o-i0'* i.".u-d stations. but, tor a fuller experience,[in tin:i ii the place above all others, where it' i. iv be acquired. Tho same uninteresting] o,' \;cu- meets the vicious morning, noon ttnil, Po tUti *u- I in* quaitir. -t- Uie!itii> ! 1 jruribo' 1 oval. i liking certain dis^o ni< n« .J Whig 11' tl> 1st sa_\S :s and transports arc nea...

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

A 8tMRIffUfefltbgti]>h( k a. ovmfcs niw Mi f HOUSTON. DECEMBER 22. 1864. AUMV« ov run TfctMIEAfHU (HTtnlwx* vt MrnMrnvtiNMA ar iuo roc ipi- of any or *Im " I office ! L> n. M KHpa'rV* h«*M rwuutII ufj'U i. OrteM...... —Write ,r tffisr Maia.Uii ~ l OaU ,_..T A OaMwtU ...jr Mekrta "St- . r«HIU....... w<?« SsH- IWWF. Auitto I afe?5=Z^ !>■*•«. 0 ler.Mi".................... J Z.^I-.'jMA A-k ,.W N HlnckK TOOK DJ «mJar Bn.tee «, 'a MwM •♦.rniOj .« SiFtesrs: SfttfSS— cmo, A wut •law, Mawatw* UrlatLfnalMfc... •Miriba,,V*mtte..... l*We«liie. 0o7 ii ■nWf fl* a*iea~. >M«d OatUrt ........... ntevtte, Waiter... it ato -J II nmtnv, unr«on ■mTlSoo..,.! -■• « H roavaa* MPotot. Waatilngte • M Jtutberfbr' (oa< arer ■ M* ^lew,.....!... •• .. •«■•••**• .^^jwopo. la' tin, ||I1Ihi>mmtiM.nl"'" lootgonw, (fuaUNMBery J «nUto Dir. Hay. (•dlsoovtile Madl-on..... flltord. MNa..... ilMton Rata ato, Heluglo iitmorai, Matrg >rd«......... Jaw Br«o<ilb' ,0 >m*l.......... Qwoiiavlll*. R«...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 December 1864

So. dials' H met—Circular Lsttsr. 1 oQer i«i|<isoifally the following sug- gesiions : 1 Thai eich Home in ibe wealthier diwtrut s/i ulil, fiom lime in tiuie. hci apart, an l Bend to our Central 8t>ite Corn- aitief, Houston, A. liurke Tr< usurer, a portion of their tundwto aid us in ou«taio. ing Homes in pUce-twhete the pojiuUtiou tie unable to support theoi. ^ Let each Home uow organized re- ,A.ber that if ihcy fail hdI allow iheir Home to d e. it noi only outs ihat chain idJ wrongs the passing soldier, but brings disgrace on the o iuse, imparts discourage- ment to others. 3. Let every neighborhood wbere n few families ou the road are "eaten out," meet together, and by some fair division aid the sufferer* and open oue of the?e houses as Home 14. Lei every town make a call through gome cletgymmi o leading citizen, imd hold a ineeiug. appoint a n'^poiicihle com -mittee, und see to i thai the subscription >« fully circulated. Let every name that jives be recorded, and every...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 December 1864

!*9 libbSVox DEV^MO e R 2X 1864^ Tbe w«akne<"i of fr-'t government* fro® the elaaeio days of <f erce to the present tine, has principallyariren from tbe un- villmgnem of theirt tteer* to enforce and their peop'e to submit in present turd«us and restialnts, in order 10 provide for future •trengm5^m>Jiowit^* Jfti in arise* frow atVeral oaBMir. 1M <m'y the mo«t far-bating aod aatfacSou* who c tq c rreut- ly lie d* g4rs oohoeafetl in tin, (u.- lure. Tbe tfiau, of mtn uunuoi, antl are Incredulous as to their occurreoet*. 4 hey witl Pol provide agaiuH what thy do ttot believe will H0t#, ate prone to prciwot ^(iflnlfeaee jfratlfica'loa ; to give iei<to tbe baatnerfs end ptWWltS jfti; the m~ rompliibflpcnt of i]je row iu b#njl, ill an atiy dop#f<f^ftt' •'if th* AncfftHAlia ii 1 unknown futmrtH t iei haH affy $o YtrWUe* that whenever 3% gera d<> a* preach, ve w|H not theti hate ligpemiff-energy u m<tko the iw e*saary prepittatfoos for tfifir en. counter. It i« io«t...

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

THK HOUSTON TRI WEEKLY TEl.tu^APH. VOL XXX—-NO. 187 Houston Monday deoembkr 20, whole NUMBER—3151 LiMtla'i JlMtBit, Fell'* Cittuma af tkj Sanata and Utuat oj Xiy- retenlatieit t Again ihitblesstags of health end abuadaot har- vest* claim oar profoundast gratitude to Almighty Ood The condition or oar foreign affairs la rw sonably satisfactory; Mexico chiUum lo be • U-k re of elvll war. While oar political relations with tbat Q a vera moot have undergoa* no chauge. *e have, at ihe si me time, (trletly maintained ueaieali-y between the belligerents At the reqas*. of the States of Cost* Hioa and Nicaragua, acorn i>e nut engineer has been authorised to Bake a survey of the river San Jaan aod iM port of San Jotu It U a «ouroe of much sailsfaeton th t the difficulties, which for a moment ellelied lomi po- liv•pprehecsious and oaaaed a closing of the eji-rior oceanic raoslt route,having been ajilca- fcf a<ij itied, and that there la ag<v>d prospect that thdrroote will so-in b* r...

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

Mr SriJE«kl|®eUgt ph ft ft Www m4 t HOUSTON DECEMBER «4,1864. ®558n!? ^2SF5^ sveftles<o oi our *nt efti>ers, we#obN*b bU, tbc r script" uf any tif whom em .R M KMpftirtok -J..M ** Wycb* mi* nw rJKSti ,....■ W (former ...Jnlge W H Tsrvtr T A Oa Id wall Itijj..,-miiiir—^ wMl! %£Sim« > hUkrfc ""a " *!' Walton. Miaow- iTmt*. o Buct#r HhS?r .an wmiiiiwiiiiiy to. Fayette. mo*. &MVXTZTJZ tov Waikar le„Lar«a .. &...T otoS?n ...... Yw*"......- IJi,'t>'*"un IflMrfMf WW, _ t Ward dwjsa .1 W.I purport —-sr.®— ■JSSSZz^&tSP- ■nlHvan. MH-t" ...... Ma'tln ■ Or.ok.teWt " ,.3S W.TuiUo i«n>on .....L Wevberllcli 11 Martlu A WD-vl* i 0 Dewey 1 I. Sebuiae I Krb >rd BHrtPHIp E;afcU;fe- -. ■H P* rtttmi JMtersvlle. Payette.............. 'fan Msroos, Bay* ..... ffltbrrtem) Bo« luss, fits KftotSoM, Ujeestoi*. :zzrdJTt T *Bn ,^«ckyon. - ....... H vwS* Z.r^V!e^^?'~:::5DiS« lues. Bexar W P If u*br* ^ ,Dr O W Wte West '*"""'".Uf J W Datoo pot t rail ^to:::::::::::.::::w « WbeolAck. R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 December 1864

ubont In ■ he !• >1 •v ma iu< U o tabled oul In t 'l Li-be l I 111 Witt! or eise « cry, and a d,e. Tin aru.w Yal' cti'et mom >• eu.tmdd "'.Xi' R kUI" ii llitH1 art ,e or sun . all roU iil a d ig'r oi it, or p fact > emnlema. Vx, jrhlcti Is, a#u re iteuiiw d >e uiti you if exnedlte.1 ol three . <;f them a puinlts. of ■ liar slylel miirulngf >tu a tar* t. I it undei snce (R.I General! \ { [ovembei ndlna sm [p&it beel i Statee.ll ■openedttf llherefoiej L issued* H|i|4 ,„.l sb fit r -• first dajr i llBicouri**' I.-* and ift- llhat tlm ' lie Uoi 4 tee of lh4' (he 8«cr#| \nd nava [horedile lit Point Ire us lolf milfifc 1.7 uileaiv .7 mllei" 1.0 milel (.7 mllej {.6 inliei i:,42l 111 mitel |75 mill l: are i . .0 mill ■4 milt j.6 mil) It |,0 mile S- .6 mile I 1.5 milt if.,- 110 m 1< I ,5 mill t )l mtli I to crc t thtf< i. ) COtI f> jsdgevll |d and • , tbe ft > Lnd nl |e of bo rr> ban l.and el I ired lie of r .5 ..4 i . 7 ,.6 .3 'Vl <r nJ Ively aoiiv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 December 1864

IT #1 Mflfl d*IMa th4t *,lotb®r thing! wi^spe«tJilj b« ! Adtlfld *JMjl&«&fe9M«ei . «■ mm . mm1- .- v . novatoK. DEctMain 86. is<m. to-day an article from the "New York Timer' ef Dec, 3J—"The only Issue and the onlj Solution," which, we prwstUbe, is fiom the pen of Mr. Raymond, the editor of that paper, who is hifh in the confidence of the RepabHcan part/, and a member elect to the next Congress We be- lieve this article sgeaks the sentiment* of a majority of fttfMpfedf Jba tfnited State# and art then wMoh will actuate the Lin- coln Governiskefrt. They are fighting fot -national nnitj-—to be preeerrod in- #wolubl.- iiftdor the OorcmmWjt of the United States. Slavery in not dinette a cardinal Issue of the war. Tluit is to say, if the Sonth would lay do** her arms, and the different States return to the Onion, no 6>raW vmnultlid .bolltUng >0^ 1h. ^ ^ndttton |MM. sufe qua non to their resumption o* tho eta> '.IflU/- F^tenn If It bh meant to « produce the impre*ion, i...

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

* - THE HOUSTON TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL XXX—NO. 188 r TK MFrr j, v MaMie May. BY COL. A. M HOBBY. Dear Balllo May, bow *1100 bMk, I luru to look it thee I s Bright suoboam on . ••• morning track, ? L >?•'• Mill flUUr 10 DM* %• -v The bioomiag ■-•do* itag'd With gold Comes w lit; o Huge doar, At wkee thy little 1*4 hold, HofMUkHag (MtMNrtU ♦'•ft Jon |MM the fragrant «MM>W 1*7 Along ttwderken'd wiotl The ftaittf wind# wa« sisatiog down, Blob Summers reign *u broken. And Atuuata crowa'd, whh gold ui brown, Vbo IoimU old and oaBea. Your head *u plllow'4 on my brMil la iraeilog faiih sublime, 1 heard your heart iu wild unrest, Give answer oaok to nine. WIm though jour hps, no lurw made, Beneath the twilights bosh, Your haud In mine was.soitly laid With lovo'a oonsoauug blush. Your bosom pressed mice modestly Wltu luve'o ooi.ll ling art, 'Coat 1 mWhl fa«l. a* weil as see. The turoouiug oi your h 'art. An<1 thu until liie aluwiiig west Proclaim'u tue il.iy bad 11 jwu. Your Uai' r...

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

\ b. a. ovama*. warn m * BO US TON. DECEMBER 96.18*4. IBESwllF ErwmS3EaTiK $/54$y?e?eer teL«i v« It M KNp**rV<k II Mur«M Wj«M M OOBDly.,... Ag y«H ■SKruf 1110*103 . bc . 0 *wrada Irs ...« w o«a*" s7 W . W. BWli flello > H P PojnUu w n Imri J M Hsoders d m, lilm «ton«- tor*. .. ^-J 80«w , II .Ltbsdit A Barsto fc'illlf. nisi .J J Orten* * • QtOTfetown, WHIUm<Kin ... Gcnsal* «. Ouig«l« ... id. QolMrt ................. InauVlH*. Walktr ......tt A . - — WK Hlnaklay Lrckbart. UaMwrtl.. ® Qeprv-nNt* Lrekhart. v............... Ub*r)T. lAOlM, L«OD-................... X OOC tfoim. w . ..« _ ■ M onterar, M< x|c.- ..J w Bwope. jf aril", •"'* - — - ....O L 8 Jones .ewtea T*" W K«T ...0 H P Oavendar .M numeriotd atfomtry, Jl nif lonnUln Oity. liny ItniUMNu W W Utnpl Jadlsonvllle. M Ul JT W Harm* MlUord. RHU........................ Mission Retatfo. Hef-'g'u...... M U*orda, MaUg >rdw Maw Br unfe'«,Ouiu i Owemvlltn. Rofctrt c< uuty Oakland, Colorado. Otac. isliinw Prairie I/pa.CaMw...

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

uutu roach the ocean. Ho th u is us near the vital %)iuts of tb« Confederacy as tie was at Atlanta, and wedi uo army to guard his rear. Almost every man he has will then be available for aggressive purposes. It is an easy matter, therefore, to. under- stand the policy of Sherman's movement. The Yankee papers claim a tremendous victory at Franklin, and eay that their fall- ing back to Naahville waa in accordance with a previously matured plan. When they all find themselves iu hell together they will no doubt then Bay that their being there "was in accordance with a previously ma- tured plan." And they will make the devil believe it—perhaps. The 8t. Louis Democrat of the (Uh has the following: The rebel forces in the dopartment com- manded by Magrnder are reported to con- sist of 83,000 men, apportioned as follows: INFANTRY* Walker's Division, 4,000 Churchill's, 2,500 Polignac's, 3,000 Pareon'e 3,880 Total, 13,380 L« f' CAVALRY AND MOUNTED INFANTRY. Major'b Division 3,700 Gano'a " 2,9...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 December 1864

w ft ae-s £n-5ft'efMg icltgrijih HOUSTON DECEMBER 13, 1864. 8«ig*aatC. vv. BkH, irffordH'i Dlrtsioa of Cavalry, In Mississippi, *111 re am to Ul cm* mud boot Hi Ml f Jmirr. .Hi *UI Uks letter! forkliioamil lt*«. Ml Alders, charged its eeate specie. TM postage of 49ecnls to We paid by lit* tend*'. Heol letter* U> IbisoBce. . i ' —see ' i I.' — See card of Baalrop Military Academy. Thfr institution placates free of charge all toldiers who'are wounded no as to be unfit tor service, ft taV^e a limited number of this class witbot.t i1 :irgo for board, and the President write* us he hfw room lor two more. It! one of "the best iiiHtitutions of the State, and -w* are glad to fount it is protjwinf."i Th« Gbnfotterttf fcitytes District Court wiHoomoienoe kssosskm next Monday. It willdoubtlra* emp&nuol* Grand Jury. We took exception to the Report of the Grand Jury-at the tat term of that court, because we thought it too general and indiscrimin- ate, and calculated to do injury to the in...

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