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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 March 1863

*3 £ THE WEEKLY . XXIX—NO. 1. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1518 ■ TBB LATB GALTfiSTON DISASTER. The Official Heport of the Court of Inquiry From the K. I. Evening Poll, Feb. 3d. The official report ofthe Court of Inquiry or- dered by Admiral Farragut to investigate the QlWeaton disaster li jMt |>ablished. It recites at length the circumstances of the affair, giving the following as the naval force at Galveston at the tine of its capture: "the naval fore# in possession consisted f the West field, Clifton, Harriet Lane, Owasco, Sachem and Coryphegas. The latter had Joined only two days previous to the attack, having come up from halo*,the Sachem (steamer) in a brofcendown condition and the Corypheus as her escort. The United States troops on shore consisted of tiro hundred and sixty r^nk and file, commanded by CqI. Barrel of the Forty-second Massachusetts volunteers, occupying, by adviceofthe command ine naval officer, a wharf in the town. It seems that the night p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 March 1863

■ from freeing the slaves, as a distant acd speculative procoaltlon, but to res- ent him from tbe grasp of the enemy already actually laid upon him. It will redouble their will and bring out every latent energy. BLM5M HIS maSUS APOLLO. The Senator from Massachnsetts (Mr. Sumner) who bas lately been re elected to serve another term of six years in the body he ha« long adorned, should, in this crfcls, point us to the proper action. His purely Northern character, h'« great abilities, his lofty aspirations, hla sacrifices for freedom, the entire confidence of his State, so spontaneously bestowed upon him, and that State the noblest in America —all single blm out as one authorized and required to speak with a decisive ▼oice on this great occasion. There are also in this Uonse gentlemen whose words on this momentous theme the country will listen to with intense interest. The honorable mem- ber from Pennsylvania, (Mr. Thad. Stevens) one of the truly great men of America—full of learning an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 March 1863

THE A VOL. XXIX—NO. 2. •HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1863. wJ'.S.'MJLiZMJS WHOLE NO. ■nmfi s«Ki!KoesBQ B! 15i?e- JJ¥ THE CEST&AL TKALV. We hare received some later dates by thii r rival- The Port Hudson Kews of (he Sth in«t. in- forms us thst a Union meeting was held in New Orleans on the 7th iost., and speeches were made by Judge Hintand, E. Warren ai d Mr. Dcrant. Mr. 1 urant said it was now ted months since the stars and stripes were displayed in front of the city, at which time there was not a loyal cillz. n holding office in the 8t te of Loairiana. This time hadelapsed, and no effort had been made to estab- lish a State Government, and the proposition he had to make was this association, as the only r p- resetitatien of the views of the Union men of Sow Orleans, fate the initiatory steps towards the for- amtion of sncb a government. The city of New Orleans contains more than half the voting population of the State, and as loj- al citizens th«> were entitled te a Governm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 March 1863

Trom 5. Y. Trihnna'j W. 0. Cor. Tlia Harriet l.nne Captured. The doomed Teasel, htr teom not up, unable to eucmpe, wji the ceutrt of a perfectly infernal firs dance.— Seen from the Mary A. Boardman, the spectacle uiumedan aspect at •nee grand and terrific. Overhead and around night wa (lowly retir- ing before day; the dim light preva- lent being rent by the Irequ.ui flash- es of catiuon, the soaring aiou of shell, &nd the omnipresent short- lived blaze of musketry, while tbe hellish ill.cord beggars all descrip- tion. Prominent amid it, one heard the sonorous boom ot the ll-iech gun of the Ovrasco, the bellowing of the baLter.es, aud the volleys, surieas anddeUinaiionsprevauing the lowa. But our mug^le is neanng iu end. The rebt'l steadier and ranr have clo.-ed at length, en either siue oi the llsrriel L.ui, boarded her, anu a bloudy struggle is raging on ktt deck, ller invudors, mauuenod, it issuid,witn whisky, fl^ln like in- furiate de.ils, prccipiuting them- selves lieadiong ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 March 1863

THE ibI VOL. XXIX—NO. 3. HOUSTON, TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1833. WHOLE NO. 1520 BY PONY EXPRESS. Ol'R SPECIAL DISPATCHES. Ttltgraphed from Beaomont. BiitJMOKT, March 26th, 1863. Al.rxiNDRU, March x1.—The llartfont *>.'d Mo- noncahela hare gone up to cnmmar.icale with the *pper fleet. They got finely pepp-red while pass ing Grand Gulf. Nina ihoU touk effect in the JUrt- ford. Tie steamship Cornerbia from Bermuda has reached a Confaderats port in safety. She had keen chased for three days, and finally made her way tafa through fire Federal war re s ls that were after her. She bring* a yaluahle cargo. A portien of Morgan's men made a da h a few days since upon the Lonlsrille and Nnhrille Rail- road and des'reyed 25 car*. ohm* has ordered that no more 35 and 50 cents postage sumps shall be i«a> d, on account of the •xtensire fraud* against the GoTeinment. raleish, N. C.. March 15.—The State Journsl's Kingston correspond-nt says Gen. D. H. Hill eame upon the enemy's outpost* at a deepgnl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 March 1863

ITE3IS OF INTEREST. ■We Ji«t« laid away forpablicatiOB i a detailed account of the exploits of j thecclebrated officer whose achieve- ; mecuare rammed ap in the follow- ing paragraph. The following is asnramarj of Mor- STan's exploits for the six months b«- iflonJns-lth Jnlv, 1862, a*d ending 5tb January, 1863: Between 12,000 and 13,000^priaonerB, and 9.000 stand of arms captured, and S9.500.000 worth of stores destroyed; 4,695 men raised within the enemy's lines, and armed and equipped by himself, he having received bat 200 saddles from the Government. Ihe Northern pnpers contain a great many evidences of the demoraliza- tion of the Federal army. A notice ofthis fact we find in a Richmond paper which siys: InaWashlngtonpaperalone.which • we have, we And over three columns | of deserters advertised from the army | of the Potomac, and it is equally as bad iu the armies of the West. A correspondent of the Tribune with Rosecracz's army says: "If all the deserters from this army were to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1863

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 4. HOUSTON, TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1521 BY PONY EXPRESS. DISPATCHES. most." 30—The Yankee*, in their st Port Hudson, say it the Monongahela, that .ny with the Hart- Telcgfrnphedfrom Alxxahobi . account of the was the Albatross, pawed the batteries ford. They kown. Banks' Chief of Staff, J no. S>v.rk. i_ l}.e i,t. raid towards Port Hudson, b«<f shot un- der liim 'by amrplokelgjaridiMiBself^^uiji- :r not mortally, wounded. x J AWaahington dispatch laya the Federal Trel ury IBepartraent -is provided with a sufficient amount of bullion to meet all erpeete<J demands, v Aathe JOtlt tost, was the day flsed fortbe mar* riage of the Prince of Wales, the-CahAdiens bb secret it as a holiday. Adiqwtch from Toronto, Canada West, dated the 7th say*; There is a considerable number of arrival* from the States, of parties escaping tie expected conscription. Twenty or thirty, arrived in Toronto yesterday. - The Nassau oomspendemt of the New Torfc He...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1863

OF INTEREST. Some time] since we noticed that (Banks bad ordered ont the military, fo kepp the ladles of Sew Orleans rom cheerlngour brave soldiers, when ® bout leavlngfhe city to be exchanger!. orthern accounts show this to have been the fact, bat we had not known before seeing the following paragraph, that any of the women had been mur- dered by the order of that cold-blood- ed vllain: "We ieam from the exchanged prisoners who arrived here on Friday, from Xew Orleans, that on their depar- tore from that city, large numbers of true hearted Southern ladies gath- ered about them, waving their f.aniker- chlefs and cheering for Jeff Be vis and 'he Southern Confederacy. For this the whole military force was called out, and ordered to charge upon the crowd, by which four ladies were known to have been killed." The North-Western States must set rid of the anti-slavery associations, and the so-called Christian presses, before they can hope for peace at home, or a healthy state of mind amon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 April 1863

raar^rs.! • niffin TIT VOL. XXIXr-NO. 5, ~TT fia:. *Jis HOUSTON, TUESDAY APRIL 14, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1522 BY PONY _ EXPRESS. OCR SI>K< r.H, DISPlTtHKS. T-jlegraphed from Beaumont. Natchez, da tea to'the lit havetbeen received. Pi*oi.i,4larch--'7lh.—Capt. Street with his com- mand captured 15 prisoner* and negroes, and burned a train of cara seven miles north of Grind Junction The prisoners have arriredhere. Hum's Tennessee cavalry afterwards attacked-Street, and driving him 6S, burned the town.of £;plejr,Misa. Thirty of Street'smin are reported misting. s The Post, oTthe 20th., rcport9 thatthe trains for Louisville. with Gen. Bi-aunan on board-, were eaptare|l.|tt Wo"odburji, lEj. The KentuckyUnign Convention has nominated Joshupi Bell tor Governor. The reaoHtioha pledge the rSsotirCes of tie.Slate.to crush eat the rebell- ion, and oppose me'diatioo. .. .• From tbs S.T.nefald,March 13. The sews from the iUpp.ihaa nock ia unimpor- tant. Th4 pickets on iUopppaiJe side along: cer- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 April 1863

ur I From the Atlanta Intelligencer. The True Pedigree and Early History of Abraham Lincoln, Some time ago an article appeared In your paper, copied from oieof vonr exchanges, purporting to sivethe ped gree and early history 11 r Abrah.i Lincoln, the President or the Unit! State?. A -the article lnrque>t'.on at onnded In errors, whlchtne WiHer of this" article, by personal-aointtrtmce with the subfcEtfls enahle.d to cwSrest; ar.d ' B t!ie-eutje«t it=eHl« One otftfOT- eral Interest, he feels It tQ bthladuty to lay be(Sw%9:imSlC'a'fniB:statement orthe facts. Then:anJiaoiOTas-ALr«5ian) Line >In. who new ftft'ln tSe'EBEt dree occnplde respectively by Washington, Madison, JeSersbn andJatKMB, Was -born In the counts ofjlrdltv no* tbe count# Of Iiarue>',n the State of Kentucky, and abou'T-irtv Trill"? from -wfipre the -wri- ter of tfttsartidO IlTe3" when at home. ThereOtirer wai aWBU'e woman of re-y low fflcja! ficsiti m; by the name of Hannah Hants. Si eyrae generally re- puted t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 21 April 1863

THE 71 Tl\ VOL. XXIX—NO. 6. HOUSTON, TUESDAY APRIL 21, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1523 ' -r- -i BY PONY EXPRESS. Off* APEtI.lt DISPATCHES. IVicgraphed from IJeacmont. ' ALiiisnr.ti, April 13.—The following are the latest dispatchc- of a reliable character: CirvrTAKoooi, April ti.—Morjtsn was attacked by the Federals at Liberty on Friday, and ariTen back to Snow Hill, where he held positions and the enemy r> tired. Our tro-ps under C<>1. Smith, ftpu'sed at Wood- bnry on .Saturday, fell back to within 12 miles of Mc.Minville. Ixisl, one killed and eight prisoners. Ksoivitis, April 6—Parties from Kentucky report that Pezram's eomui^d was aUackedMon- il y, Jlirch 2!tfc, by cn overwhelming Federal (jrce ofinfantrvand cavalry. After a desperate hand to hand fleht. Ptjjrcm fell lack six miles, fits enemy not pursuing. Heavy loss on both side?. The Government agent* brought out a !ar?e lot ofo tile. ' VicksbJ-g. April C.—The enemy has-been with- drawing troops from the peninsula. Yesterday al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 21 April 1863

■■ JEFFREY AND BUTLER. ffa aro indebted to Massachusetts for somo of the most agreeable sur- prises of the war. Wehad expected nothing from that State but a sKady outpouring of fanaticism and ffcn- — :4lshness, lurid and monotonous as die tides of hell. Insteadof that s>.e is the only State that has afforded any variety to the exhausting same- ness of this dreary tragedy. She has thrown into the amphitheatre the most grotesqaa and original mon- .- ster3 that were ever let Joose. any- where—(reatures that can not only rend and tear, But whose red muz- zles, reeking with blood, wear a fac- etjous grin,which seems to proclaim that they consider the devouring of mon by Eeaats not only as' a good thins i"r the appetite but a fine piece of humor. .. Among these, ^Jintler, for a time hid in his native Angles, has jast maae his appear- ance again, snarling and snapping at the proclamation of outlawry; but wtth the old grin, as for instance Gener.il Butler says if he had re- ceived in Sew...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 April 1863

y r p i A VOL. XXIX- BY PONY OI K SPECI if- " .1 Telegraphed f. Jm Bourne 2-i. -zzzxszz: HOUSTON, TUESDAY APRIL 28, 1SG3. WHOLE NO. 1524 ,K> a&gnyn tf .\l.e.tisdii a, April, 2").— >tvca Yu-'-c"1 gnjt- lioals are at t!ie mouth of Red R- v e r. <1 one in Ihe river a sho: t distance b. low « ar rtifiCAtions. . fien. He1 er: i d Stuff ie': l?rc iit-'.zv Monroe, their pr s*n; he r-< Don. Kirby Smit is still her-?. Gen Sibley has srri ±'d. ;'r;r v li .r re- mains offlon. Taylor's command,!- still tilling back, flghticg th ir way. They at e already this side of Washington, cleaaly p rsued by tbj ene- my. 'i be wounded antf strsjr.lin. h e j«i?t com- menced arriving at th re p int. I* 1-s t; n Tay- lor is greaily reiafo eed, this lowu must fill in 3 days. 1 hava «'-t been abre io obtain a 1 *1 of casual- ties in the Kte fighfcat damp Blsian '. Rumo *as our loss in killed and w:.mided in t' i- roe cay's light will not excee i v5n. The town is gre:ttly^xci:ed,s.ud ; : a e mak-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 April 1863

Items of Interest. The administration papers of New York are in some trepidation in re- gard to the proceedings and de- clarations of the Mozart Hall Dem- ocrats. One of the papers says that Fernando and Ron Wood have sot up for themselves, and if they have courage to carry out their designs that the most frightful disorders will be the consequcnces. Ono of the Woods used this language in rela- tion to some resolutions introduced. "I nm glad that the lion hearted democracy of New York are to have an opnortunity to <iive the lie to men like John V-in Buren and James T. Erady. I want the thousands ad ten of thousands of honest n on who are beyond purchase and in- timidation to have an opportunity to express their sentiments upon these questions before the country, and my friends, the words expressed in this hall to-night will bring together more independent honest men in one great mass, than you can fill with all the bo called Union loyal leagues from Sandy Hook to Lako Erie. Sif L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 May 1863

THE W EEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 8. HOUSTON, TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1863. WHOLE NO. 152° <Y PONY EXPRESS. OUR SPECIAL DISPATCHES. The following is ail we received by Pony" Ex- press last night. We got by it no news of the pro- gress the Federals are making in L misiana. We learn by passengers from Shreveport yesterday that it was understood in Eastern Texas and Nor thorn Louisiana that B inks was for* ifying at Ilolms- ville. a point near Simsport, and fifty or sixty miles below Alexandria. It was also understood that reinforcements from Arkansas might reach Alexandria, if they would move rapidly, soon enough to save that town. By officers of Sibley's Brigade, we learn that it was reported by scounts that Ranks had been heavily reinforced. Following are the dispatches TV!<*-ra ned rom Beaumont. The following is from the Natchez Courier of April 24th : ALEXASDBIt, \pril 27th, P. M. The enemy has for tie la-t t'i • e days been at Holmesville,about40 miles bel vr this point. Our rei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 May 1863

The Attack upon Charleston* The Charleston correspondent of the Mobile Regis far gives the fol- lowing graphic and interesting de- scription of the first day's battle in Cnarleston harbor : Ch*rlesto?«, April?, .1863.—The day of trial and blnod to Charles on has at last a<-rved< and the blow so l- ng impending oyer this goodly city, like the sword of Damocles, has at length fallen. It has taken no one t y surprise, however, and especially the military authorities. Gen. B-au regard had received information some days ago, from a sonreo and by means which must for the present be nameless, that the attach would probably he male to day, and to-day it has been made. Havnig already sent yon a full statement of the affair by telegraph, there is but little left me to ad i. It was observed at half past two. p. m., that the Federal flret, which had been lyi;goff the bar since Sunday afternoon, was approaching in hos tile array Ei*ht. tarreted iron-clads and the famous iron-civered war st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 May 1863

THE VOL. XXIX- ——ap—w&m -NO. 9. HOUSTON, TUESDAY MAT 12, 1863. I MMUtk fa-fejwSJ- BY PONY EXPRESS. (OFFICIAL.) Vkketh Ferry. 13 miles above) Alexandria, May 8, 6 o'clock P. M.) Capt. C. 0. Clctk—Alexnndria was evacuated without loss of any public property, at two o'clock on Wednesday evening. Guuboats arrived off the town at 3:30 P. M. The army is now crossing at this point. W. STEVENS. Capt. and A. Q.. M. LATE TELEGRAPHIC NEW8. We are indebted to a friend for Jackson papers of April 22nd and24th from whch we take th? fol lowing lste News. Special to the Appeal. Panola, April 23.—The situation of affairs in the country north of here is uncertain, the most plausable theory for the expedition of the Yan kees is that they intended to break up Chalmers organization. The expedition via Aew Albany whose strength l as been greatly ex 2gerated was intended to break up the regiment, there being or organized by Ma]. Chalams. The last authentic report is that the Fardis col- umn divided at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 May 1863

The Yankel? are looking to some other source for cotton than the Southern States. A Baltimore paper says a number of New England cotton man- ufacturers whose mills have been idle, have turn- ed their attention to Central America, particular- ly Nicaragua, as a source from which may be ob- tained a supply of cotton for tho future. They propose to employ native labor and free negro emigrant labor, and both these can be obtained it is said. The quality of the great staple raised in'that country is excellent. Tho vrfter of the letter to the Baltimore Snn upon this subject says: •4 Nicaragua and Costa Rica have, of late years, prospered as independent States, having entirely reco- ered from the effects of filllbusteriam. Nic- aragua does not suffer from the suppression of the inter-oceanic transit through her territory. It was of little benefit to her, as it made her ports only a thoroughfare and net depots and Entrepots. The Bay islands which gave so much trouble to the diplomats both o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 May 1863

- THE TV i 1\ VOL. XXIX—NO. 10. HOUSTON, TUESDAY MAY 19, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1527 B¥ TOE CESTRAL T'KAEV. We receive, to-day by the Central train full files of ackson papers to25, and Natchez dates of 23th, from which we take the folowlug: Richmond, April 23.—Ncrthern dates of the 21st have oeen received. Hooker has is-ued an order regn la tins Ihe action of regiments jvher-the times of service soon exjire.-— Regimenst re-eu!istiug will have a furlough. Those derliniOK 1n a body, will be musterel out. Largs Union I'^nion^tratlonshad been held ot Balti- more and New York—Gen. >cott presiding at the lai-t. who attacked the enemy, routed them completely, and drove them back to their gunboats with heavy slaughter. ^ Shrzvbport, May 6—'The 1500 cavalry that at- tempted a raid on Natchez, were headed off by Col. Wirt Adams and driven in the direction of Brook- haven. They are since completely cut off. We have had a fight on the Big Black, and been victorious. Gen. Grant is massing his army ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 May 1863

(ffiiekls €tkgra$|. S. H. CUSSIHQ, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS.—Trl-Weekly, *16 per year ; Weokly, •6 per year; single copies 25c.; adverting 50o. per tine. Announcements per month, S10. THE FKD&KAL RAID IN MISSISSIPPI. Of all the enterprises and expeditions undertaken by the Federals, the raid of some two or three thous and Federal cavalry through the State of Mississippi is by far the boldest and most successful. Should the raiders succeed in making good their escape to Baton Konge, the enterprise will rival Stuart's circumitlon ofMcClellaVs armies, and Morgans', Wharton's, For- rest's and Wheeler's most celebrated raids. It was a deed of daring we hardly thought any Federal offi- cer capable «f, and the leader will certainly come In for a large share of abolition hOEors. From the mass of disjointed, and somewhat con- tradictory dispatches relative to the ext edition, we are enabled to trace with tolerable accurracy the conrie pursued by the raiders. It appears that after the...

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