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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 September 1861

T II E Iflttslon Cclegrapji. «.—1— le Tri-Weekly Telegraph, Newspaper devoted to News, Politics, Internal im- provements Literature, Ac., 1 s issued every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday morning. at 3 o'clock. The Weekly Telegraph, ontains all the leading articles, the News, Commercial matter, and Miscellaneous paragraphs of the Tri-Week- ly, and is published every Wednesday morning. TERMS: Weekly, per annum, inadvance —— $ 3 00 Club of ten «. — — — 25 00 Single copiesfor mailing — - 10 Tri-Weekly Telegraph, per annum, in advance 8 00 Address £. H. CU3HING Publisher. SOCIETIES. I. O. O. F. LONE STAR LODGE NO. 1, MEET every Tnesday evening, corner1 of Congress I and Market Street, in the 3d Story. J. ii Putins, n. 8. Isaac Kisasik, Sec'y. H. Fox, V. 8. JSn- Rioedah, H. S. W.H.Gl SS.Tre sorer, Inl yl2,ly | HOLLAND LODGE NU. 1. A. F. & 'A. M. . HRT9 st Masonic Hall, Main itreft I Houston, on th# nights of the second ard *y fourthWedaesdays of month. />/\ A. 8, BICHAKDSON. W. M. Ii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 September 1861

Billaboro - -- Lexington.... — F. M. Danville — J.E. Alto —a.. G«j wn«m W.T. WaterviUe, Whartoa Co...... W. I UaUettsvIlie —C. & B. P. Sato, traveling *gem for Q< Ttlu. tapt. SI. m. Grjl.it, trav.liii£ Texas. .j Tne Houston Telegraph has the largest emulation of any paper is tbe State of Texas. FoTOaiLLE. [Air. m. >xtaxll. and Northern t for Western RATES OF ADVERTISING IN THIS PAPER: Advertisements ->f tun agate lines tor additional Insertion ioater times and HI tk^foVowins ayennrraf es the rate of (I per square tlon,aud SO cents for each ir Insertions or less. JTor lengths of advertisements i M. | 3* 1 ti M | 12 m fr-r square. * re«y—.J 2 do | $ 6j*j | $ ) ii.no | $ 15.u0 ... Trt-we-Klv. 4 tf) | ttwj | 12.1" | 15 to — OOKI. 5.UU j 12.uu | 15 U. | 21,00 Per inch ^ * et-fcly 2.501 •• .uu i 7.AO 1 KM ft for4in*-hea xu* j Sf*) ♦ 1 "tow te*h 4.UU 1 7.501 iu.wm 15.00 P«r C 'liinn Weete-y.... 25.0"! 7S.I1U j i wool ... n --Tr*H-fclv 25.u; | 75 tf | I50.IJK I 3*1.14 • bot o— ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 October 1861

*1? 11JS [mate# as \ I \ 1 M. J ! i II f | •) l-Weekly Telegraph, Newspaper devoted to Nevra, Politics. Internal lm- pro'eaeuts Literature, *c.. 1 s.tasned every Monday, Wedneiiat, and "fttiar morulns. at 8 o'clock. The Weekly Telegraph, ocitains all the leadingar* Ides, theNews. Commercial aatter.aniMlscenaseonspamirraphs oftheTrt-Week- iy. and Is published every Wedaesday mornlnj!. T E BM S : Weekly, per an^Ti*i, In advance— $ 3 00 Clalj often - - — 1 25 00 Slnslecopleefor mailing. 10 Tn-WeeklyTelegrapU, per annum. In advance 8 00 Address 8. H. GUSHING Publisher. SOCIETIES. I. O. O. F. lone star lodge NO. 1, MEST every Tuesday evening, corner of,Congress and Market Strtet, In the Story- 3. H Pmnis, N. G. Isaac usas-to, Sec'y. H. fox, V. O. Ed. Riomnis, f. 8. W. n.Glias, Treasurer. |ulyl2,ly HULLAKD LVUIiti K®. 1- A. F. it A M. a MBSTS at SUaonlc Hall, Main stre't _ Houston.on the nights of the second ard \Jf fonrth Wednesdays of every month. /V\ A. S.MIICHAEDSON. W. M. S*i. 11. BR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 October 1861

HOKSTOS. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. IOCT, 2, 1861 \geuts for __ Tarwct, I OTFAR. VliL 1 J . AN F 18. !CD. *eal** Pape: C , V p.iUs— ~J* 9 S3SSE:: Punted -i it 5?#lia.. • J.jQXtie?* KG. Rttl lluhhaoas rev. 'laxahan" cClure. x. M.TATLO?.. ILUAMS, S2fl L. waa ox. AVdPOr.T. UBBOCK, r.sB jTi>jenii!e. (MnnUiul Pro-pec t ... .. Palestine t'rnckeit Ra>fHLM,J| t JF j.tf. Dr. J. Jso. S. 8. K. J. cm. j. «-ockhsrt Tyler Uastrofx. La Omn Uanhil aylok. lxs.H K. W .. Jack __ F.B. J. A. W.A. JOHS B. IP. Rods Louis* « ailing s terry OnterviUe..... * funis vllle. Waco.. LADcag:en.H| Tarrant Ooanty Sumpter New Br unfeis. P.. it*zb. Matthews, Fort worth... uoHad UiSRY. MciUnoe? offli&m I inliiraii Danville Wbli P: M. Murom. J. E. George. ... Gates <e.Powdeille. W.T. Blackmax. w. h. alurrtdon. Wfterville, Wharton Co. HaHetUvtUe C. A W. Dibreli BB. f. Davis, traveling agent tan Centrai and Northern Texas. Capt. if. M. Qraxt, traveHns asenfc for Western Texas The Iloustoa Telegrapli has the latest cir...

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

V BT SPLCIAL EXPRESS. e Days Later. m KENTUCKY. * Occspaiioa of Muldroogh's Hill fry Confederates. Prominent Kentuckiana for the South. Arrest of Governor Morenead, Proceedings of tbe Legislature. Suppression of Louisville Courier. Hoveaenis of Gen. Rousseau. FlfiST FIGHT IN KENTUCKY. TBE^iATTLE OF.B1BBOURSVILLE The Federals Defeated. 400 STAND OF ARMS TAKEN. LATEST FROM RICHMOND. Col. Washington's Death Cob firmed etc., etc., etc. Houston, Saturday, Sept. 28, 3 P. m.— Oar special messenger, Capt. C. A. Turley, arrived by the eastern train to-day at 2 P. 31., bringing three day's later news, and the following interesting intelligence: Special to the Delta. Richmond. Sept. 19,1861. We are still without official reports from Gens. Floyd and Lee in regard to the late import ant. operations of our armies in Western Virginia; but the Examiner has autheotio conformation of the report that Col. John A. Washington, aid to Gen. Lee, was kitkJ while reconnoitering. Col. Washington was a great...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 October 1861

PECLIJi EXPRESS LYS LATER. 2xpeiiiliau on foot. i&ttresttag fflvesien^ « i a|)lu?6 «f 8'f -<«V; «i The Confedera* ijtii1 Western Virginia s. ?.ec and Wise. nokis< ®« S. A. KF-'TITRY Advanein.' . JT. 6a>l! Liitii «. 15IC-,.' ETC^ETC- VN Our spceial iut-^etgei arrived at,half past t«« noisiu g, with ihren th*, Is*ar Orleans. EiCHSyxa, Sept. 1;. t:;** fle-..-ury ij-Uay a n* Southern Eipieas JCapi. '« lis (Thur laier newf he SecrB ted a hoi .mpany t'uJ it. d-ley, sdaj) i '.rom arj of d Irom §100,- ikO, for the i airbtul performance 'i [ itsdu- t. . ,/co ItC'. ng ag«B' * ti,u revenue of tl V"l>, parUB^nt. T:ie Enquirer will f ub'.isii a-. ; he ciorn- ii.g a letter froBi Leest.urg, -lining that Wis . Floyd, aiidiLoutig, '■ s>d Cox sur- round... yesteraaAnd T- ai afiji.t was ex- p?uied to-daj. <e A re.iabv ^eptl^ais- WA" ri a-jhed here .mi eveui i, :ri'io Lc-saurg, >i«'es ihattl/e J.\ :. r:.is -'irsT.', ' ctn. eu nxcSr jji.i o jc undrt « .ell- lf>«n t'-e other s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 October 1861

k HOUSTON, TEXAS. 'V:i " -■ = FKH££r. OCT. 4, 1861 Agents for the Telegraph. Wuaharhle. N. D. McDokaii. Tansnt, Hopkins Co., z. J. Scott. Bontum. Fannin Oik. H. fi. Hoffar. Veafc' Sutton, Parker Co W. O. Tuu Deltas. — S*imiiu & Lure. Corafcana ........ J. A. Oils. faSrfeld. - L. I.. Moselato. < — B SAHPSOS, j. w. klimixg. 8. W. Smith, qso. w.ucslfasas. J. 8. Ptoebt, " ]. mcclahahas. A. K. MCCLURB. Col. Wm M. Tatlob. ProflMct Palestine.., Crockett Austin.... San Anton to... Columbia.. B. H. williams, 8. b. i *wton, ;. abru-TB. W. F. Swaei. J. IS. Mc.Mahon. Dr. J. W. Daves port. Lockhart -I Tyler. ..... ..... ■ Bastrop. Jso. il. Lubbock, La Grange..... 8. S. Mcsobb. Kfckapoo.- - b. J. Rbome. Marshal. Col. J. B. Tatlob, W«illiig"s ferry R. W. Wtsse. Centerviile.— Jack Wood. Huotsvtae. „ f. B.Bailbt. Waco- J. A. Wis*. n Lancaster... Tarrant County.......... BrupiS*™... ... W. A. Tatlob. .... Johii Taylor, .... B. J?- Whits, .... Fobs St Balleges. ;.... Louis* Bsjcnsx.. .... Dr Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 October 1861

\ mm Ptftfelg Ctlegrapjj. F Hora KXAS. WEDNESDAY/J«T. 9, 1861 JOB PRE JEFF. t FOR VICE PI &ENT, ►AVIS. felDENT, FOE PRESIDENTIALLECTORS. state at Laife, * H. P. BEE. I J.lb. McADOO. v District 1st— JOtfS IBELAJ 2DJ.—A. M. M. UP3HAW. 3tL—M. M. POTTEB. * 4th.—N. B. CHAR1.ET0N. 5th.—WM. 3TED1 6th.—H. B. LATH Agents for tne Telegraph. WTaxahachie— -...wn. D. McDoxali*. Tarrant, Hopkins Co^~ ,.JZ.J.gQOW. Bonham. Fannin Co.. H. II. HoPFAR. * eato* Station, Parker Co..— W. O. Vxal. D lias ~ SW15DELLS * l.AM. 0&rs:cai>a J. A. Oaks. Fair Held - J*. L. Morilasd. Burnett ll.m-.L- , Flower dale.. C« ttou (tin. Pro*-peer... tf k UiieM _ Ji CmrkeU Austin.....-.^. ?an Antonio.. .. E S%MPSoN, J. W. TL£3f ;XG. S. W. Smith. Geo. w. Dcsxagax. J. 8. STOREY. M ii<0- r Columbia LockhaiL. Bautraa waiting's terry Ceutervine.. ng'.jsy'.ne. ~~*V a co. L incas' er. Tarrant C .;uru, ter^. Xf«r Br "niifm: F >rt Worth Goliad—, MrKitioe) ..—«... llUlaborou Lexington. Da nvliie .......... Alto ......

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 October 1861

/ L / SPECIAL EXPRESS ro Days Later. / IPOlTAJiT FROM KENTUCKY. Tiie Battle at Lexington Cenirmed Gen. Fremont gone to Dislodge ibe J Rebels!" Escape of Breckinridge and Clay. Jojun son moving ap the River I MOVEMENTS IN MISSOURI! Fremont wants More Money! Etc.. Etc., Etc. Oar special express, by the New Orleans ti tack. Turly, aip-ived this (Saturday) the following Nashville, Sept. 29.—Hate jnst re- ceived here an interesting summary of the latest Not! hern telegraphic news, by un- derground line, and send it in the form it cams. Qcisct, 111., Sept. 23.—The siege of Mulligan's entrenchments in Lexington, Missouri, {commenced on Thursday, the 12 h inst., and continued, day by day, un- til Friday last, at o o'clock P. M., when the Union flip was hauled down. Oar men fought for fifly-nine hones without water, hwiog only three barre's of vinegar with which to quench their thirst. Their supply of water was from the river, which was cut off after a desperaie fight on Wednesday, and the R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 October 1861

LL EXPRESS. TWO DAYS LATER. Glorious MB froB Missouri! ANOTHER 6pE.IT TICTORY ]■ S Lcxiiigtiia Tai|fn by GfB. Price! A THREE BIT'S BATTLE ! I j 5000 Fedpratslr^en Prisoners! Arms, Anjmunijjoii and $250,000. LITER FROJM KENTUCKY! The Stale in a blaze of Excitescni x Johnson falls Dr 30,000 Troops. eie., etc., etc. M Our special express, Cap". C A. Tur'.fy, arrived bj fcUe New Orleans train at an earlj huur this, ThuisJiiy, morning, being i Be day later news with the following highly exci'ing iuiell'gtnce. „ It 13 to be remttmbertU thai the account of thu battle in Missouri is through Northern channels, and in all probability ibe def at is much softened. We are satisfied that Trice has gained a g.oiious victory in Missouri. Ey tb is arrival we have a large japcr ciaH, whictn however, has to go to Galves- ton fsJFdistribuiion. It will be bark in a day or two. $ We are indeuted to Mr. Branch for a Vtcayuneef the 29th. He informs us that he last stage made the trip overland in thirty-fou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 October 1861

hoeston, texas. wkj?.. i rr ...oct. ii. i86i &>m-£ fob president, arspf, 'life/: . fop. tice president. steven • - v-■• ■ - .• 1 published ox main street. between conorl AND PRESTON, SOI STON. TEXAS. BY e. it. gushing. v0l.xxvii«1\t0 wednesday OCTOBKIi 18111, whole wo. 1443 later Fit qui arizona. how MANY vessels items. troin i he Virginia Troops. texas how c*ex. loliiixti t'a.he to texas Letter from Rebel. for f8e9idential electors. state at Large9 '•j&. p. bee. | j. d. McADOO Biililcta. .ireland. 1st.—jo! 2nd.—a. m. m. ups haw. 3d.—j. d. sxell. 4th.—n. b. <?sarleton. Sib.—wa. stedman. 6th.—h. e. latimer. whole Families is .gravies.—We see lynrade in exchanges of e&Miliea of sons being in the milita- ry- service of the Confederate States. . There is one instance of (his which has come under oar notice, which we consider 1 worthy of mention, though we doubt whether the gallant brothers would thank si, us for it. We allude to the six sons ot the late Gen. Thomas h. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 October 1861

3T. 16, 1861 FOR FOE VtCB E>EST, FOR l'RE: . I ^uie H. P BEE. BiM 1st—JOHN 2nd.— 8d.-J. D. ST EI •1th.—N. B. CI ■ -W sf. STSI^^f tkh.—II. R. LATI FOR CONCURSS3— p. w,; W i xa b tich ie... '. rnr *. Hop£tr-s I'nflhpn, Fayq 'i:.atoo, Ii U- - ... -■•i-co'.v.... ■ftleiil. — hrnei:...«. bj ss SSIDENT, JVENS. I ELECTORS. | e> id. Mcadoo. j D. PSHAW. Ileton. district RAY. V?euls for lite Telegraph. a li 41.. fct gin. .. ff. D. ?:CDO!?ALD. . Z J.icrr*. .. Ii. ii. t.OPJAR. .. W. G. \ r.AL .. SwiSHLi- « LANE. / ..... J. A. Oah . L. I.. VOR!LAND. E S l KtOJ*, J. W.MKSC. S. W . fcAlTH. t- Eo. , bEXXAtiAX J. f'TOREY. MaJ MCLLA.vajiax. a. h. xccujfcjf. LA.I. W M .U.TATLOE. .. K. H. WILLIAMS. f ockjtc.L..~ I Tv|€" _. &&n£io. fiicittto.. I L-nrst i'.iffunt C unnte %. 8.(i. NEWIO-X, J. AD£ian. E. W.P.SWAW. J- 1*. McMaho.T. Di. J. W. lMToron. J^« . ±5. LCBBCCK, S. 8..MC2IOSB. . H. J ... Col. J. H. Taylor, ... 11. w. Wrwt tl.KK Wo 'D. F. j>. Railet. J. A- Wl>iw, W.A.Tavlo®. JOHX TA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 October 1861

t no f !)reath of lifa chaotic [r'iice, and There, Jec- titterly The army and the produec of skill, stand most eloquently eretied; ave been de- partment, iritfc tften organised: haj sprung into aiagie. On the. 21st of Ibe War Department had On that a'(^ Congress de- to being: and tWUr the aus our able leaders the cofamuaicated to of patriotic purwosp, which abounded King only organization ti e, .but without thai org! less i<f the great cause. department, which Uw and administ ' rifeijj tbeir ofm story < what the ^overnciejft has ap- Wnhoui resources, it > ha> isedtiiem; without bureaux, ft'has them; without a soldier, it has the noblest and brav- y ever yet gathered together, for ise of its institutions and its lib— aliret invading tyranny. Under ices our banner greets the rising ing sun. Already it has become of . a gyAg'^iil-h will soon :ed by :*J>4ions of the world wm. "i jresentative of repnb- Under the direction ottkis government, our r- met the enemy on all his ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 October 1861

\\i Imium % Stu-r.iOt ton 7f?rw JJr hn£*a.. K -r W < rih..—.... , Dr Tho* J! Ma W M. BOSitKfc^ >1 c&inne* L. Bvn ord 11 *• xk Mark milleb. f. m. 31 cswsb. j. k.g*u&rib Gates x 1'oWDEij.u: W.T. Ruaiauji. Lexitiftton DauTtJte ..,.^....... Watervllle, Wnartoti Co *- If. Albrstjon. HalieltsvHif X. 4 W. Rein,.. ___ T A SiPPLt. Wax. achi-....— J-N WltTM.#..- Wavarty PHSrniUt It. K. ti e via. ; rave ii it oyent In. Cmural and Northern Texas. . . i «va -t. M. M. Qra^t, travelius a^ent for Wes.ern Texas Ttie Houston Telegraph has the largest circrilalion of any paper iu the Slate of Texas. BATES OP ADVERTISING IN TttlS PAPER! A-lvertisenients iuserteu at tbe rate vf §1 per square ot us igatc Hues lor bi iusttri!on,aiiil 50 cl-wsiorwclj aiMitiouai iuaerliuu f«ir i^ur insertion* or les.-. tot lou^l'r limes and greui« t lentils ol advertisement* tin*lol ow'ii. are«mrrat^s: 1 Q * i i m P r ar . -e*iv '1 *- I S ti.n;< j S j S |j.UU .1 . ryuj' s-ol Kk ' ^"Q ij* ! i-.w \ | 21,m Per...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 October 1861

BY sr.'CIAL EXPHESS. | Two Days Later, Sight Aiisck on Sapla R s.i. The Fet Laml<s I «t Fp. Tflffr C?-~ p Fe«trojfd. jlsaV rasa*; 'ftpikedj it-, ir-f- •,! si r «seif rant*. Eaff3-£f'Jflf8t ;a Xorth Car Una, f i 3nsr Siitcis*!;! Move. Capture of 1C«0 Ksfskets ami six fr.auoE> DY SPECIAL EXPRESS! Three Day's Later!! IMPORTANT FROM NEW ORLEANS Naval Engagement at the Mouth or the Mississippi ! The Nondescript iu the Fight! OFR SHIPS VICTORIOUS ! ! One of the Enemy's Vessels Sunk ! The btockaders take to their Beeis LATER FROM RICHMOND ! ! ROSEKCRANZ RETREATING. > d x \ v J Etc.. Etc.. Etc. By* ur IxS| r Ci^pf. Furley, who nrrivetl by the Se Orleans 'ruin, a-t nizht, wc are iu possession of two days Ut.r news, em> -iag 'he i'olk.wing interestiiiyt inle'ligsi cc : -^Mobile. Oei. 9, 1861. I'■>: :«ci)Vs from Peusaculii slate that tfH>0 oi.T' <ier«t- s, uii':«r Gen. Pntton An- ,.5v< n, ( f F! r <• . cTiirStd ibe bay lits-t [iui la'idfii i^d s.inti R'fss 1-OfUitl a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 October 1861

y-RA® FttS-.c !-!. ii F!!J5D..| Third '.y .r?.-tIio U '• PlTTBTi iVv :>! * OV-V >rlois4-- E\ Wii/tiV, Od/.M *.-■ of H.trrir-' jl i t> if. iiul 43?" Wo a*ti a^Hjvrlr.ys i reaoax, or tv for ? C n2rc?UJc!:ii TJiKtrffct. LEBS x iito ITreneh ST.VfrlDIJiNT «F oek" qh has jS&Vt. 1st, M i e\! ;• «o Oct. 11' Medicines. GUT L L'ill'Y Ty.-.U d toTTct. Prepared fey w\ ack on As fid! Per l .t DUE I coat .. . .. n.'iFui .M.D :■. U S. tonj •'.*• 'i! V . Iff:.U iiiaiti Sf. i.l & I SLJ €C3 ®|[ 1QZ3 t .'•Si pa'rW W_> Of alltd Order* i-oiicttea nur Factor.cs. A . ,, ]-. tam'^r, Shingles, JiMU :—Cn in n U i tty orua X E.-M ton ms former! &F- -J IE] HOUSTON. TEXAS BRUSHES, I V*2C unte- far to a r i ecr.*: 28." c I,-v.' 1H-30 l;-~l ondi: I " • 1'eccii ts f v.- -.. . ..f.'.vi 3II' ;•: • k:fr '' • re SDffsn ;]5 > r, 38,17: Tt . v • • :• v..:: ;mi 6S ul1"* - t- i :i :7. :: ij;^j i(nit-.c o i mi ! . i J fcs t;a es^iVL.IOT'S ^easo 45,000gP rf Itrsienic Panaeia. v iioDics-: ni-i lilt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 October 1861

• \ \ :fklj Crfegnip|. ■movsmpi, IW&X,,.. 25, 1861 THE COTTON A.OAN. We regret lo notice that the idea that ki> coiton loan to the GoTernment has [galled in a iolal 'failure is so generally Jtertained, aad that the consequence a cessation in the subscriptions, le belief in a failure arises from a mis- prehension of the design of the loan. |e tenn3 of the subscription are, that (he riber loans so many bales cotton to i Government, to be'sold at such a lime, | such a factor, and the proceeds only to paid OTer. Now, it is thought that ere being no market, and no way to sell cotton, the subscription cannot be ttJe available by the Government. As i understand the design of the loan, such ot"Vhat was intended. [hen we entered into this war, the Gov- aeni found itself without means, and (out credit—both: of which it wa3 ne- • to provide. The means for present gent needs was furnished by issuing Treasury Notes, the GoTernment relying on the patriotism of the people to receive and cir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 October 1861

J ... -.v/gp leetitg HOt'STOS) TEXAS. WEDNESDAY.. OCT. 30, 1861 , FOR PRESIDENT, JEFF. FOR VI^E PRESIDENT, FOli PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. state u( H. P. BEE. j Ltirse, J. D. MeADOO. Die rietti Int.—F. 3. STOCKDAjiE. -2ml.—A. M M. OPpiAW. .J.—JL D. STELL. UK.—T. J. JENNINGS. 5lS?-W*. STEDMAN. fi/h-r-H. R. LATIMER. FOR CONGRESS—3d DISTRICT F. W„ GRAY. _ n THE ELECTION. For Presidentland Congress^ men, takes place on Wednes- day, th'e 6th. of November Voters will ' please make a note. - ... Agents for tne Telegraph. Waxabacble.. N. D. .McOowUA rwi«$ Uopklli> tV- Z. J.SCOTT. iSooham, Faunln Co....._.... £1. II. Hoffak. v eats' Station- Parker Co.— W. G. Ve.il. IMIJS. SWINDELLS Jt IJUCS. Corsk*ai>a Si—— J. A. OAKS. / Fair Gels I .- L. I.. .Morela.xiv. Burnett. - F. S*mpsox. .'•aii Saba... tJonirtite'.. J. W. Fleming. S. W. SMITH. FlowenbJe (Jeo. \v, Du.nxagax. Oittou Gio... ... J. S.Storet. Prospect .HaJ. McCLi.XAn.Cf. "" " istlne........ .. A. K. McClube. keU....—.. Col. Wm M.TatLOK....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 October 1861

•:-v^ \ m BY SPECIAL EXPRESS! TW^iPAYS LATER. The Federals Driven frcm Harper's Ferry, FlgfatisS Expected oil the Peninsula i&gageaeai al Young's Mill! The Fignt at Greeasburg, Kj^ ETC., ETC., ETC. By the arrival of our special express, Capt.£C. A. Turley, on the New Orleans train "at 4 o'clock this (Saturday) we are in possession of two day's later dates from New Orleans, embracing the following in- "ieifcgence: Richmosd, Oct. 19.—Passengers who have arrived here from the batteries near Evansport, state that there are thirty Fedel-al war vessels above our batteries, and aev* below them. It-"is feared that some of them, iaking t.lvsotage of foggy nights, have escaped and. down; but none of them have passed in daylight. ES#hly-five Federal prisoners have just arrived at Norfolk, captured at Chickama- comico ; also, six prisoners from Ilarper's Ferry. ' • ricuxosd, Oct. 20.—One Federal ves- sel was burned on the Potomac yesterday, and two to-day, by hot shot from our bat- teries.n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 October 1861

.hOacDYAS—& aaaoat) Four Days Later froai Sew Orleans iie'f-H £ s!n *^ d'V IWP0RT i\T"W0M tESTUlKY ! Large Armies Gathering! ENGAGEMENT ON THE POTOMAC, —if Reinforcement of F rt Pickens : The Loss in t! 'xpeditiou ! ntjiiJigence Hit Corwin to lexicaa government . ban flf fivq to ten "millions of dol- mYhe United 8t INTERESTING FR01I VIRGIStf! Fairfax Conrl I'fi Abandoned. Heavy Skit siskins on the Poieniac THE POTOMXC INNAVIGABLE. & Fighting in Kentucky « ' Mexico Asks a Loan of the (J. S. ENGAGEMENT AT GREENSBFRG. Hardee Whips Wari^with Odds. WASHINGTON REPORTS!! ETC., ETC., ETC. By ihe New Orleans train, our special ex. press, Capt. Turley, brings us dates from New Orjeans to Ihe 20th. one day ahead of the - mail, with tBe following interestfnj: and im- portant intelligence: Nashville, Ociober 14.—Passengers by to day'slraio report large additions to the Lincoln Jjrces in Kentucky. The Louisville Courier, issued at Bow- ling Green to-day, says that Rousseau, with 5.000 meu...

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