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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 May 1861

iii'iw i t' jiffijr i^i .^^aiMN v; K| Thursd&y 6341 The natter, .tit- V- PUBLISHED ON MAIN STREET, BETWEEN CONGRESS AND PRESTON, HOUSTON. TEXAS, BY K. B. OUSHINft. 114 WEDNESDAY. MAY 29, 1861. LAWYERS. KKl«. a I Bae^r. m. B. HWB .^R§53§?5! i^WoT i f J at 0 atOMMiwfr Wolf S. 0. Btunu. V.J9. r Bain * ad Texas ' I every Tnas- H.D.OsaK, fee>. 8. Altscbctl. Cecaa. Jan.13.iv J. 0. WHITAJtB, ATTOtSST AT Of svasots. Depot.) EOL LAND ALE, TEXAS ^.Collecting altented to nronmtJy. luHtwlr GALVESTON. NELSON CIiEMENTS, COTTON FAOTOB General Commission Merchant. , STRAND, GALVESTON, TEXAS ^Jncel.WgO. ' jy^ <3T w• A ^* *) MAGISTRATE, COLLECTING & GENERAL AGENCY, (No. 6, up stairs, 23d street, opposite Treinont House,) GAIiVESTON, TEXAS. _ "Particular attention given to Collection of Claims and Sale of Real Estate and other property, march 30 wtw6m "" ALFRED BUCKLE, given to the oflandtlt" Vjas/OSk# la army's bttflSasSSfrXjonej; Jta. a,r. uceas LAWYERS. * B.B0S2. •sssr Oct s. w.v.j i ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 May 1861

fcA* uTATI-OB. i CCkli ViT ... La Ofitnge... * MgrtfcaJ. • WftHipg's K«rry. bli J. TlTtOR. fisjcr. 8. P. Davis, < raveling a ggg, Many thanks to 3 western Express for aW and S#irYork papers. ^eaiml aa4 Western Jbfthe South- e Sew Orleans f|r jH pur pap correspondents aro H judgment, we i ■iclep, or if theywrR printing,we will crowd o for I li em.. Ih? " " * * csuse thai • more live and 1 stand whose £oa .truth of this sari Co. wifrHve k> Wi testify thereto 1ft ner ihtka.they wo | war ie certainly based mnralsaitcl stati hable, it ftts ' V -: . " ' r. ■■ - uvea existence lion of HeSjitrflwiat no distant peril a wary man, andL to death one day by a mob of Sew York roughs, a defender of State Rights. It is now the most bitter coercionist in all the Northern States. It seems to revel in the TeTy imaginings of its eTil wishes. Fire, sword, blood, desolation, rain are the bur- der of its columns. If Greeley has proved himself the king of liars, Bennett has ont- deviled him and all t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 May 1861

[ Surgeon General i ifljJtkts gcAj. ia an Rrtfe} upon " r* absolute Deo the moral feeling measarf to I lie oou- iatji* yssterday fore auifi.v. ytaSeraay-i w< tnk« ijw • A 'olt <iafr or 4 * * -rr* " j?-* ^ ^ ' A tire liruic cut i hi- menViog iu ,.small iruuk 8toie sext i«lb#«tese f Mes- Sist#fe belt regular J night. Tohor W. .T. Fleishman, snd'Sidstnas. The zulttr meeting were r«atl- L I I ftunittar with the w8*3 ^ SKB ad'\«nif W'SeBlPI Tennessee. «< alarai waa just l^ore.aunrisB, and the : alarm was giveu io 6adly fcv * single licll j tbaOse were indoubt wbeitK::'it was in- tended for a fire aliriD, until we won beard one or lm& to the spot and; found ihe above named trunk atom more tbat> half cdpsamed, and fiie north end ofBriggs xnd Vara" store and ad apted, when Ceuncil pro0ee4ed^jS usu&l ortjsr of Imsiaefi?; •fr. if«l to Wsahiogton which indi- - i, by the Goverr.- ! ^Toaroe doctrine will t e en- 2:$ ."Set i l powers interfere wiih I be sap ported teai flfr &g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 May 1861

•* 2fj re,id ent of to be read, "Han, Howell Cobb: •'Through yon, I wil gresa that A rkarjas bu Jitton*! ordinance of vote. (ewnre announce to C n- ;>as*etlsnancon- lion, hy m auuimota. Mr. Borton, of riorids, resolution, which iruHM ■Rtsaiec, That 111* 1 to inquire ; chaplain, in the Mf. <V !nl-ree. of Tex*#, Ft ra* only read by ita title. ■D. B. HlU., ffr of SeonjW red the folKwrhig 'aa only rrad by ita title. b«tna a An v.t wprofide e«mpena tio* >o 31 offleera of the <«ter«l aeeatiw d S*ral Affair a ot p- the Confederate 1 a hill, which a biil entitled for the diabarj- > Ue hid htm by some btlej, other ami he was !•« P I It was referred to the Skus.nct Mr.Conrad, of Lonaiua, some claim, in hia possession of his constituents, and there chaims tn the hands of other a m at a loss to decide what one of the standing com- mittees to refer them to. Other member*may feel a similar embarrassment. and be moTed. therefore, ih.t a committee on claims be ^appointed, and be one ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 June 1861

- /* lottston THE Cdtgrapjj. The Tri-Weekly Telegraph, Newspaper devoted to Newi, Polities, Internal im- pro.ttaenU Literature, 4c, lslsmed every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornfn*. at 8 o'clock. The Weekly Telegraph, e m tains all the leidlngartlcles, the News, Commercial matter, and Hlscellaneoos paragraphs oftheTri-Weelr- TT. and U published every Wednesday nionilns. TERMS: Weekly,per annnm.tnadvance * * 00 Clnb often - - 2500 Single copies for mailing- — 10 Trt-WeeUyTeiegTaph, per annum. In advance s UO Address E. H. CUSHING Publisher. SOCIETIES. HOLLAND LODGE NO. 1. A. F. & A. M. _ SUETS at Masonic Hall, Maio itre>t A. Houston, on the nights of theisecond aid X3f fourth Wednesdays of every month. /V\ A.S.aiCHAKDSON W. M (to. H. Bn OHPasT.3ec'v. jan-4 61 ly washirgton CHAPTER, NO.8, R. A. M. e%£ MEETS ontienightof the flist Monday JtL ofrrerv month, at Masonic Hail, Main it. djf* ^ K .S.BI0HABD80N ,H .P. 1e Sto. H. Bans c-hurjt, Sec'y. jan24 ly HOUSTON COUNCIL, NO. 2 R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 June 1861

®eeklg Ctlegrapj}. HOUSTON, TEXAS. 1 -'V WEDNESDAY-. .JUNE 5, 1861 •re indebted to Mr. Tucker, of Anderson eounty, for fall files of the New Orleans papers, fnm thp 27th to the 30th. The faTO r waj a godseud to us, being the only New Orleans papers we luive received for a week, save, a stray Picayune of the 30th, by the hand of Maj Rcranton. Mr. Tucker ?aj s that no -imiigemrira had been made with Sawyer for an overland mail when he left. Our members, all except Wigfall, were returning home by the Red river route. CoL Wigfall, who is very much in the confidence of the President, has gone to Virginia. He would probably take a position in the army, and was bound to get into the thick of the fight. Judge Reagan would, if possible, leave for home for a few days. DISTINCTIONS A.MON<J THE PEOPLE. In times of peace, organized distinc- tions among the people formed on the basis of nationality, occupation or property,are, and always must be regarded with suspi- cion, and frowned dowu by a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 June 1861

Later from New Orleans - Reported Battle!! Less of the Enemy, 600!!! but eo, MISSISSIPPI BLOCKADED! ! \ Virginia Invaded from the West! President Darts in Biebmond! Great Enthusiasm of the People. etc„ etc., etc. Galveston, June 1st.—The Mississippi is blockaded tight as a drum by Niagara and Brooklyn men of irar, and Monday, Capt. Johnson of schooner Anna Taylor reports seeing a brig of war steering ' West off Berwicks Bay. Galvistox, June 1st.—The schooner "Shark" from Berwick's Bay,Friday morn- ing arrived here this morning and bring- ing New Orleans dates of 30th including the following important intelligence. She is loaded with ammunition and arms sent by the Government of the Confederate States. She reports the steam vessel of War Brooklyn off the mouth of the Mississippi blockading. Nashville, May 27.—A private despatch to the Daily Gazette says that on Saturday fighting took place ftt Harper's Ferry, be- tween the Federal troops and the Confede- rate forces, in which the for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 June 1861

JEWELERS. TRANSPORTATION. INSURANCE. MISCELLANEOUS HOUSTON. A Spirited Pabllc Mectlnjrnt C'ourtnej of the citizens Letter fro Tbos. aflieck. T. E. THOMPSON'S Comfort, Economy .1. MOSS* A, .T. IIA\ A X D tondeaseu Correspondence, (Oorrespon>ience of the Jefferson Herald.] >It. Pleasant, Titcs Co., May 5th, '61. On Yesterday, CoL James Beily of Har- ris county, at the solicitation of several of our citizens, addressed a very large assem- blage of ladies and gentlemen, on the pres- ent political condition of our country. The Colonel made a very strong and wailike speech, and was at time." quite eloquent. J*uch x speech ■ id s liuie, from such a mau, was very much needed here, as we have been infc-fen w:t'i a good many (Jmou men w tlrm n i- members of the • 'invention nsurpt-rs. and pronoonce their acts tn be nugatory, flv i.e ieve >hat much £ood will retail from Col. Reily's speech. Mr. Gray then made a short, speech and then read sonx* rt->o'n :..ri - or the right Southern...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 June 1861

iriffvfry - "*' • ii tea*!*- ,JEew=*T'*4*iW* tin x. I. a. M. 3<o>y. , . - ' B555P* fc* 1^1^* r K. k-*. v -^*-C~' '-gxaElEJti: r;ii s I P—Eg; 'I mEai , : m 1 J*! '. .ML-: ■ ' :- SSL. "i - .- ;nm if - it. m T .8 -i ^nr*..It; ml;. m vJ T •'- lm-iM ' W)M~13kJ3 I ■' >hMI i < . JB( i1lB'-vy XWL ' ". JE • PM—' f !■ | | mm | mm ' « M"? •£ « j* •'"j '-"* ,T ifetr i«*i ifc published on main street. between (jongrehs and preston. houston, texas, by e. h. cushing. VOL.XXVII--1SO 13,! WEDNESDAY, JOE 12 1861. LAWYERS. JAMIS H. JaKHCTB SOBUISOn * JfiH&lfiB. Friday of e>- _ Masonic Hall, ARDSON, s. c. Sjt ikn 24*61 l; atJLaw, McKinney. CoRln Co., Texas' _ .Djyttcela&athe ^nrteot^theM^ JudicialBls- ly made and money rem] Bf®. i,meet saer Main and Texas C. WILSON, A ttorney at Law, Fairfield, Freestone county, xa. ill practice in the comities of freestone. Limestone, Navarro. I<6©a, Madison Hill, Jfctts and - -erne andiederal Conrts at ——.. alar attention given to the of cla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 June 1861

: i§ . ... -v.- H1211861 F, E. FOR XU] of HAKRli " FOK l.tHl T. G V1 JOHJS M. (j OS OA ion, iqCK. YOIt. fcKETT. & _ STAID. SAIAJE. Dr. J.3 *=P traveling agent I Western pack- ines. etc. were shown si tamark, ca=h- rfeit twen eW Orleans, ■ ed anywhere Tioaslj been a close tm- :ed by the gft, Thanks to Pltsmer age of the late pictorials. NEW ^JOUHTERFEIT.— day or two since by Mr, ier at B. A. Shepherd's, a 'dollar bill on the h03 not been de we Save seen. * n hi s.itoeliroe'ln circulation. itatlont but may fee r'efii wo"ri|s*';Bank of New Orleans'1 in ftincy hlacjf letters shaded, In the middle of the- bi!T"being cut of cenllrfas can be seen By ••astfng the eye from fliem down to the word ''Twent^f"' jtisf blfcw, and this last word on examinati(rti- !ftibe fon«l a lit- Te oi;i of center the father way. • ■ -- - —mm fki■ | ^ . ovn whet, tn^Say-gat fef® oar.tfckc! for Uot- crnor .;uJ Lteut. &«peraor. In mailing up this ticket, we have acted' solely on onr owu'impnlse^, and witho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 June 1861

a* MATH 1 DOPULAS S it idyl I Ships ! Killed! if TennesseeI SEVENTY! Anderson! Virginia! Killed! Scouts Sertfe 5 TRIUMPHANT f of Kentucky! Europe this morning. AKBXtiTDBIA, Ob* Home i i U Telegraph. 11, 7:30 A. M.—The Bell arrired at 1 A. M. toe 3.—At tiie Fairfax *Woh occurred Mann was the picuously sued cavalry was _i here at present, lof another attack. —The Confederate Va., bare beaten off Anacoeta and Free- amval of ism the offing lying federal tooops. 3.—Provisions con- front Maryland tar 8t. ioois, June 3.—Captain, or Cel. Lyon, wiftiw legalproceedin gs institu- ted against him on account of his actions in the McDowell case. Gen. Harney was removed because of Wsa^naag proper effor is to snbdae the The administration ia evidently encSe&v- itr?l te Missouri beyong endur- "i in excuse for further coer- " Chakbshabcro, Pa., Jane 3.—A fra- cas oeenrre.d last evenisg in ike negro t of this town, during which Frank i shot two soldier?. irginia, 20,000 o£ whom )trj. It is thought...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 June 1861

Later News! Arrival ®f ± ■ Royal Yaeit! x Coari House! OUR SIDE CTORIOUS ! A Troop of _J tit-uerai LeeS Us of States F1 ■ Senator Douglas oVfKieOls Troops! Fight at Aquia Creek ' Repulsed! inking! etc., etc., eto?. Special Dispatch to the Houston Telega ph. Galvkstoh, June 6.—The dpuooner Roj- &1 Yacht, from Berwick's Bay, arrived at * 11 A. a. •#* New York, 3aoe 1.—ihe New York Post has received a dispatch stating that Lient. Tompkins, with esjalry, and Lieut. Gordon, with inJiMii^>atiacked Fairfax Court House to-day. The pickets met (hem four miles this side, but were driven in. | • The cavalry charged* the ttyrn, encoun- tering vigoroas resistance, the people fir- houses e was shot trom y surrendered, V Condensed Correspondence. McKisset, May 21at—We are as busy as bees harvesting. Wheat, barley, oats, and Hungarian grass as fine as can be, and our corn bids fair to be firstrate. Health good. J. J. II. San Antonio, May 20th.—Owing to an attack of billions fever caused by e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 June 1861

HOr TO R. . MSSTS ob the: & day Uoveryu U scale Hal!,] O.J.I i jmmi j _ _ e jecondTnes- ;ttO«ncilBoom,Sfa "* , S. I. «. M. Bee'y 8UTHTES COSUA5BEBY, NO 8. - K. ?. KTSonihe night «f the secondFridayofev- . nj month, at the Asylum^asonij^flall, J. B, Dia-r, Recorder. *o ^7. — — I. O. O. F. Lose star i-obce, JiO. Is meet t Odd Fellow* Ball, earner Main and Texas Avenue Streets, opposite©# Capitol every Tuea- day evening. Bxnj. wolt H. 6. M. D.Cohh, Bee'y. I- a Stafford, V. 0. S. avmcbm. Tress. Jan.13.It HOUSTON LYCEUM. 'pilJrsgaiai meeting of t&e^Hotfstoq Lye earn ^are Taylor, President, - " Vice President. eoidtmraite, Ales. Ses- lis. Jan 21, ly Tbdbuss:—J.B. statu T. 8. LAWYERS. s. 5. MriraiB. P. B Bojtb. ireSOf B & BOND, La Grange, Texea. C.*hnia4Q>..C.Sl ■ McMafctn A U 'tlbe W B. ffrner- ,q, Brewstei 4: Co., Sylvester —| Hardiner^amiUi 4 Co., New Orleans: Simpson, Cknnng A Co., Columbus, Miss, Houston, Texas, t & Co., Galveston, ~r Lai, New York, sepS,ly g. m. p1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 June 1861

*ar J HOUSTON, T WEDNESDAY.. .JB^E 26, 1861 for got F. K. tJJRBOCK." Of HARltli. for liel't. gotbrnor, JOHTs M. (llOCKETT: 0¥ DALLAS. Agents for the Telegrapb. W .X -h*' h-—_ V T> "fOOSALD. fair- i. . pkins z . • t UocIlaim, Kaubtll Ulb il. 11. ilorf.\&. Veal;.' thatioo, Parker Co W. O. Via [> Mj-. ?wivraus* Las* Oor!BCi -a J. A. Fairfield —, 1,. I. MouuBn IBmwtt..... B Soiraoir, •. SttMi. - J.W.~ Ooaule*—a. - S. W. . Floweni-tle ft so. w. Cotton tiin... J. S. stoxm, Palestine. Crockett •>. Columbia.. iMkhart......... Tyler..... Witt Toy * La Grange Klckapoo. Marshal.... McCii (>,i. W*.M. j. asmiam x. W. P. Sw.tm.r J. B. MCMahox. Dr. J. W. Djvmpok r. Jso. B. i.caBSjci, S. 8. MOJISIll. — twf Knows. ,.Ca. J.B. Tails*. . R. W. Wms. Walilng's ferry Oentt'rville. llUMSYffle — _™. Uc&inne. HQlaboro Lexington. Dsnvitle J- B. F. Davjs, 1 raveling agent for Central andV\ eslern . Jacc Woob. F. B. B wuti. . Brrroau iUxrr. . Mack Miun, . F. il. MraiOE. " T-Qraw* Texas. Mond...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 June 1861

safe. B A C K a collision at Vienna is reported. The Southerners, hate possession of the bridge there, orer which the invaders most Dispatch ta the fiicmiojn*, Jane 17.—' at Harper's Perry have sad abandoned. The gieai one, the raemj Johnston will Gen. Beauregard. A Sght at Hampton We have been fortifications Blown up ktes, of the mail I ~ " Pfke, m I unite with with the Jas. Hep- eommg in- to 31up Island-harbor. Locisttlxh, Jane 17. of meat which had Madison, mint compelling the Southern right's men on the ground that the Northerners having established the blockade they should not dishonestly ben- efit by the enhancement. Any idea ef local selfishness has been re- moved by the fact that there was no bacon here with which it could compete. St. l0pt8, June 17.—Brigadier General Slack has been arrested at Chillicothe, by the Federalists. foetbess Momeob, June 18, via Balti- moek Jane 17.—The Southern light horse fired on three companies which were on a cattle stealing, expedition, wou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 June 1861

. ifc Hf * >- ITEM®1" So blasting a crime cannot be resisted with too dif« a vengeance by the people of amili- Tennessee. He ought to be arrested at once. Boston, May 18, 1861. 9sab Sib, :—If yoor note to me were printed in our newspapers, it would be d for ten thousand do'lars in three _>a' time. Bat of course I most only use it as a private letter. In order that you shall be sure of some- thing at once, I write below this a draft, which some of your Union bankers or mer- chants may be willing to cash at the usual premium for East Exchange. Probably The Republican notices tbe rvceiptof "« Gardner & Co., Evans & Co., Douglas ft a# kannltftll InOKlAnS #*TM J ^askville, "will know it. TBXJ PW Bitinhir — Ury oaznp new thai phwe, where there are nl e swDoasies aesei We^ under eomman of Qea. Crawford. There wiii soon be im- Oar campe established all over the State. W. P. Hill, having aeeepied the Judgeship of the Confederate States Court for Texas, will proceed to Oa'*e<...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 July 1861

THE Irastoi! The Tii-Weekly Telegraph, ! to New*, Politics, Internal Im- pro ementa Literature, Ac., la liaoed every Monday, Wednesday, ud Fridaj morning. at S o'clock. The Weekly Telegraph, aoBUiss all the loading articles, theNews, Commercial nattar. and MlsceilaneoaaparagriDbs of the Tri-Wee* If. and is published every Wednesday maralK. T K RM S : Weekly, per annum,laadvance ..$ 3 00 Club of ten ... 25 00 Single copies for mall eg. 10 Trf-Weekiv Telegraph, perannum. !n advance a 00 Address K. H. CUSHUiQ Publisher. SOCIETIES. HOLLAND LOD6E NO. I. A. F. 4 A. M. MEET3 at Masonic Hall, Mala strett , Honiton.on the nights of theisecond ard fourth Weuuejdayj of every month. A. 8, BI0HARD80N, W. M. •*o. H. BaiJiiHrnT.Sec'T. janS4'611y „A_, ?SA' Washington chapter, no.2, R. A. M. ag MEETS onthenightof the first Monday otevery month, at Masonic Hail, Main st. WW* A. S. RICHABMCN, H. P. Wt 010. H. B iki-HC sT.8ee'y. janS4 ly ♦ CSTON COUNCIL, NO. 2 E. & S. M. HK9 on the night of the sec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 July 1861

EJW d TEXAS. 3, 1861 FOK GOTEKNOK, F. R. L^KBOC'K. FUR LIBIT. GOVERNOR, JOH* M. dSbCKETT. Qg DALl = rOc.v.\Li>. Hop r ail irker «v>. ± LUB. J5 S.xPau* L.t J. W.JIM5G, - ■ _ g yf4 vjjijjh, ..r.:'."!« . w. dc^asa* . J. 8. 8TO**Y. . Mai. MnttM rAHAy. . A. fc. McClORE- . Col. Wk. M.Tatloi. mam ::2bF Dr. J. W. Da vm poet Jao. & Lubbock Tatlob. a Ferry. — JACX fl iintsvillr*-.. J. K. . Da via, traveling agent fi>r 1 western TH£ittiULS OHC g&>- I i' em of the .the facts ? Testou road ills arriyeJ H. Vr- :h it The News will Bot drap thtf subject of (he mail * connection, bat ibsists on the .proof* ofTTlw is guiity ojfSifc imposition on tie public. Oar readers will bear us wit B«ss that this controversy is none of our seeking. WedWnoi wioi to say one word at this tune lo disturb the harmony of the people. We have aonghl,Jipie and again beforp now to have the iij^osiiion remov- ed. We hate begged our ^temporary of the News in tain to aid u^in the matter. We went to the pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 July 1861

Store. the War Missouri? Ljobs in loonville Fljfct in Missouri!! PreparatteaTfcTliw Straggle! Gen. McCleilan at Grafton! i71 -—-' Gnerrillas! in Brrwick Bay! at Mississippi City ! SICKNESS IN HAVANA!. M#r* Federal Troops Killed by Accident! Privateers to be Hung. Crittenden Compromising Again T IKS. st'r near Skip Island! etc., etc., etc. 1: Kiij GAJ.VE3TOS, June 27—The Pilot boat Sam -Honston, arrived at 3 o'clock from Ber-sriok's Bay, with Tuesday's, June 25th dates, Waseisotos, Jane 24.—The State De- partment has received a despatch saying that Gen. Baa regard recommends gueril- la warfare, to western Virginia. Batteries have been placed at every available point between Manassas and the Federal lines. The Southerners seem ignorant of the faet that when Sen. Scott orders to advance be can easily avoid Manassas. A letter received per steamer Africa says tkat a large number of privateers are .fitting out for the Confederate States and that several have already sailed. " Jim Lane ret...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 July 1861

$ ERN WAGON, the Wagen." and Join oar Soathern enemy and drive them from We're oar guide. ■nuke a ride. oar wagon, take a rid* * to our watch word #ur rights we all £■***£ And to defend oar amldwi «e pPsige oar heart and Jm Sara*la oar Pmsip*** Brats EfciraiftiiaD our Genautf. will join as in the ride. Chora*- •' aM ?or thf • . *c. Oh* wa*« n'* p'e tr Mg en the running gearls "TW stufleu with loUuu r und thr M* and made of Ciiousi taYhedrtr&wlth Gioaali by her side. Viwima'u. hold oar flag Qp >nd we it atl take a ride. sa la the drive1 ia*tLhoid oar Hj >mx— Walt There's Ta^a^ax ana Tixaxtoofothg rim. Tbe* wonUi'nt stay in a Government « here cotton was'nt KniG; . - - - - .. . Alabama too and luun* have long ago applied. Mississippi's in the wagon anxious lor the ride Chonw—W«ii tor the wagon, Ac. Misaocmi. No«THCa OLE«A ml Assaxsas are daw, ■Rwy mast hurry or we'll leave '«s. and lhoo where Tfctre^"Oi l£w?Batt'' and Mjs*ilaiui h won't make up their mind. 80 I reckon after ...

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