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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 December 1863

THE TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 40. HOUSTON, TUESDAY DECEMBER 29 1863. WHOLE NO. 1661 Correspondence between the Commission- j era of Kxcbaoge. The following letters are the most important of a series lately published in Richmond and lately republished In New York, regarding the exchange of prisoners of war. Oar readers will readily ar- t the conclusion that it is the object of the jtbe exchanges. These letters *~nble dealing: Richmond. Tuesday, Oct. 1863. h, Agent of Exchange v tQ a;jo I asked your acquies- j ' at all officers and oldlers > n I i*sed in conformity with the In the declaration of exchange was on the battle field of Chickamauga. You further say I must have known that I had not delivered to you, nor hud I valid paroles of your men, sufficient to covor the men declared exchanged by me. I knew exactly the contrary and so informed yon. On the 12th of September, 1863, in announcing the declaration of exchange 1 would make on the following day, I wrote to yon that I had " i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 December 1863

,eeklg Celtflfl# HOUSTOW. TKXAS. i if not I I necessary on the ■lefsosive works,_ ar-* promptly furnished,tte retention bayo of the labor which has been cop -jd tl —- ; obviously necessitated. -iibuted will be "1 *m' Vl'vil*" "'I'eetrony, voedi^nt servant, 11 K. i\ TURNER, A. A. G.~ BY PONY EXPRESS. OTJH SJECI&X. DISPATCHES S. H. CTJSHXSG. Editor and Proprietcr. THE 13IPR.ESSJKENT. Tirms —Weekly, per 6 months, $5; 3 months S? 50. Tri-Weekly, 6 months, S1U; 3mODth8 We have receired lha following copy of a circa- ! «5. Advertising, 80 cents per line each insertion, j larlwaed by Gen Magruder to impressing officers 1 by a miic—THe next messenger will leave Jarraa- i "Hzad jcakt*os Distkict or Txxas rv10 Carrier's charge on all letters to go beyond ry iu ^rr,*trr_ j- n.n^oritA mnnpv the Mississippi. B- Remit only Confederate money Ko county scrip is current here. Enclose letters to Telegraph office, endorsing ob onUide envelope, "Army Mail." C. S. Post- age must in all cases be prep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 January 1864

WEEKLY TELEGrKATH. vol: xxix—no. 4i. houston, tuesday, JANUARY 5, 1864. whole no. 1662 MB88A8B OF PBESiDKHT DAVIS. Tt tk* Senate and Haute of Representativet - ■ ■■••'.. i< ctj the C0 f citrate States: The neoesslty of legislative action arising oat at the Important event* that have marked the ' interval lince your adjournment, and my desire to baTO. the aid of your counsel on other matters : of grayepublioln teres t, render your presence at tbla time more'than ordinarily welcome. Indeed, bat for serious obstacles to convoking you in ex- i ■- traordlnary sessionr and the necessity (or my own temporary absence from the seat of government, I would have invited you to an earlier meetin? than that fixed at the date of your adjournment. - i- Grave reverses befell our arms soon after your departure from Richmond. Early in July, our ■trongholds at Vlcksborg and Port Hudson, to- gether with their entire garrisons, capitulated to the combined land and naval forces of the en- , iy. ,Thtt i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 January 1864

v vice, which are not Includes In the provisions '^made to compensate the owners for the loss, and ft may Umj frequently happen that the most efficient troopers, without fault of their own, in- deed, it may be because of their zeal and activity, are lost to the cavalry service. It would also seem proper that the Government should have complete control over ever> horse mustered Inlot'je service, with the limits'/on tha the owner should not be deprived of his horse ex- cept npon due compensation being made therefor can foretell. That they will endure this barbarous treatment with the same stern fortitude that they have ever evinced in their country's service, we cannot doubt- But who can be found to believe the assertion that it is our refusal to execute the cirtel, and not the malignity of the foe, which has caused the infliction of such intolerable cruei- y on our own loved acd honored defenders ? trans-mississippi department Regular nnd punctual communication with the Trans-Miss...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 January 1864

I'MrlSi //, : ^i! jjl : ;-<3!!S ^ ii- TSOalTii i S alt .(llsvai tfj'.Jll# Jri jlaJT*. TT5o ; v.;.- s u; i; lji"'t|' ma ~--~1 r * , I>iV29y<4 J abtBWOl VOL. i33Xjs^qpSX.t.«., atad,-jBf.rMm^ .a .'J i,jj ifjK HOUSTON, TUESDAY; ■'ABS";' "J WHOLE NO... 15.fi3 . *■ -isiiasn sljisfc!'J .3.7— rcjiT >«-ni' ,*ii i't I) 13. i*l '.-T!.£. ,Z>i >fc . it . -ijii. AUI i c CTD ' ': ifi | itii'T f-"- ■ ft"K Bi-sHto na ioic, .JT liiaaH ia bsKSifii! si *e<f Special to the Tal*g i*^ ad'f-.ai -isdai stall The New Orlean* Picayune of the 23d is at hand. The follottOfr appears under the head, of. TBRKIBL* y o_, . (Oorrespond«nceto£tlj§$"ewi?£k[Hejal^li-; 3J. XJ. 8. TRJfNSP lWVPBWft«* S; .or- o fc country mast now realise that nought but alereiy obstruct# the way tb peace and reunion, J^nometafi«hor}c orpqetio sense, the Union and : lifcenti ars henoeforth ioaeparable. They w ill el-, tlver rejoice in a common deliverance and triumph iSr fiU. the same bloody grave. Pro«s tke Missouri De...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 January 1864

m oMeeklg Ctlegrap^ g. H. CUgHge. Editor and proprietor. Trans.—Weekly, per 6 month*, $5; 3 months 92 50. Tri-Weekly, 6 monthg, $10 ; 3 months $5. Advertising, 80cents per line each Insertion' KBPOttT OF THIS SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY. ' We are in receipt of a pamphlet copy of the re- j port of Mr. Memminger to the Congress now in I se8sion,of the condition of the Treasury. The | following are tb« reeeipts from January tat to ' September 30tb, 1863: j For bonds sold, $170,315,401 40 Treasury notes, 891.623,530 Various other sources, 33,583,96 1 72 items of interest. Latest Intelligence. BY PONY EXPRESS. Try A. S. Rose will take the next Army Mail on the SOth Inst., going through to Richmond. As it is somewhat doubtful whether the fee of #2 will pay the expenses all the way to Richmond* Mr. T. T. Hailey h*s called on us, and eontrib" nted $50 towards the purpose. He wishes ns to gay for him that he knows Mr. Rose well, and will underwrite for him. We hardly think it neces- sary, as M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 January 1864

II .-3 WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. aft)L. XXIX—NO. 43. HOUSTON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1864. WHOLE NO. 1664 ^Ai Appeal lijr the Governor to the State Troops not now In Service FiLLoW CmzMs ! J address myself especial - ly to these whd are subject to military ctaty under the existing law* of the State—"the militia not noW in service,'' who are required to enter the mjlittiy service of the State in conformity with a . WrpMied by the 10th Legislature, approved " ^ Doo. 16 th 1863. This law provides for continuing the State troop* lathe service, after the expiration of the Six month* foY which they were drafted, should the safety of the State mkke it necessary. The necessity, as I conceive, not only exists, but is imperious; and it wlil, I think, be so coo* **-' eeded by every man who has informed himself of : Represent condition of military affairs in the State. The foe fi upon the soil of Texas, threatening yon v homes, your property—your liberty. They are In ' i Jane numbers upon yonrcoa«t and u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 January 1864

d®teefelg Ctlepa^ S. H. CUSHHQ, Editor tnd proprietor. Iimi-Weekly, per 0 month*, 95; 3 months, t® SO. Tri-Weekly, 6 months, 910; 3 months 95. Advertising, 80 cents per line each Insertion An XT MAO.—The next messenger will leave Janua- ry 30. (terrier** charte on all letters to go beyond the Mississippi, $2. Remit only Confederate money No county scrip is cnrrent here. Inclose letters to Telegraph office, endorsing on outside envelope, "Army Mail." C. S. Post- . ace most in all cases be prepaid by C. 8. postage stamps. Local stamps will not do. Aim to get ' " your letter* in two or three day* before the day of it«T dapartare. "Will Yon Walk into my Parlor ?" Over SO,000 negroes, according to the report ot the Yankee Secretary of War, have been enlisted from ■ among the slaves of the South, and are now under " anas In the Yankee army. - All the towns and fortresses captured in Louisiana and Texas, are garrisoned by negro troops. 'J)oour readers in and out of the army comprehend to*s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 January 1864

'-3WV- HOUSTON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 3 WHOLE MO. i£G5 t™* BY PONY EXFKfSSS & v i- S^t &.T-: >edlSI to the Telegraph. ••' JT.OSI ALEXANDRIA. 1TV ••**- 1 ' ALEXiNDMA.-Tan.il - TheN&w Orleans papers of the 3lst and 1st contain * xrbut few dispatches of any Interest. _ They, however, contain several I'-erns of tiiterest which, for the want ' cf better material, I give below: •During November. says the London Post, there galled to the United States 26 ships "under the act," having on.bosru 6.637 passengers, 2,276 of which were BngUsh, 327 Scotch, 3,339 lrisn and 896 oi other coun- ' ->" ^^Smediately after Morgan's escape, all the rest, of hi* men remaining la prison were placed in sclitiry confinement, where they havo been ever bince. They --are not allowed air ejercl.ie, nor Is any privilege v granted them more than is given to convicts. They - are now under the control of the civil authorities exclusively. '• •• *11 to pretty well underatood that Basil Duke is In <ian*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 January 1864

masgt&t eekl^ Cdefagj. norsxos. tb*as. K. H. CU3HIHG, Editor and Proprietor. Trails.—Weekly, per 0 months, S5 ; 3 months, t'l 50. Tri-Weekly. 8 months, tit); 3 months (5. Advertising, 60 cents per line esob Insertion AxwrSTAIL.—The next messenger winieavftJTebrna- ry S, and will-Mslf. the Terry Rangers in'oers-n. Ho will mall sit ether letters at Atlanta. Georgia. Carrier's charge on all letters to go beyond t"ne jllsoteslppl. $3. Remit only Confederate money. No connty scrip is current here. Unclose letters to Telegraph office, endorsing ca outside envelope, "Army Mail." 0. S. Post- age matt in all eases be prepaid by C. 8. postage ■tamp*. LocaJi stamps will not do. Aim co get J oar letter* in two or three days before the day of j £' aperture. . fs ITJtMS OK INTEREST: -The Alabama was to vialt 1 London, Dec. 10, Madras. The Vanderbilt left Mauritius On the 10th of October, on a cruise after the Alabama, Captain The Washington correspondent of the PUlla- j Baldwin having been no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 February 1864

THE WEEKLY TELEGKAPH VOL. XXIX—NO. 45. HOUSTON, TUESDAY FEBRUARY 2, 18G4. WHOLE NO. im BY PONY EXPRESS. Telegraphed from Be&cmont. FROM ALEXANDKIA. * Alexandria, Jan. 24 th, 1SC4. The mall arrived from the east again this morn- bat, as U always the case, it has been so long on the way it contains nothing of interest to the press. It brings several thousand letters for T«x*s, Louisiana and Arkansas. Nothing new. Two millions of money and nine thousand six- shooters have safely arrived this side of the Mis- sissippi from the east. H. P. LATER. ALEXANDRIA, Jan. 25, lb®4. FrOman officer, who is in a position to know what la goloa on, I received the following: Headquarters. Scurry's Brigade, 7 n-«r Blmmsport. Jan. 22a. ) All qalet with us. Look out lor a demonstration of the enemy on the Texas coast. T<*-dav, I received by courier, a New Orleans payer cf the 17th. .and one of the 18th. Three Bays Later. They were sent to ma by Capt. Albert N. Mills, A. A. Gen'l of Gen. Scurry's st...

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

pi ?s? I 3 ■iar 'H - m ;§gj ^tJjP Sfj| ^-Jfe ^1 a :3 .:t: **.': dSceklg €elegra$|. HOUSTON. TE2JIS. Pnr:txnti lliirfs in the Virginia Vnliey- I>nr!ns nnd Knunntir t*X|>!olt*. . Y->rk , thus (I th<Mr S. H. CUSHISe, Editor and rropristpr. • Tituk.—Weekly, per 6 month*, 85 : 3 months. #2 50. Til-Weekly. 6 months, $10; 3 months $5. Advertising, Sl,00 per line each insertion Arvt Mail.—'The next m<"senRer wfflienve EVltm i- ry 3, and will visit th« Terry Bansers In pwn. He will mall nil ctber letters at Atlanta. Genrsl-u Carrier's charge on all letters to k'> beyond the Mississippi, $2. Remit only Confederate money. No connty scrip Is current here. Enclose letters to Telegraph office, endorsing on oatside envelope, "Army Mail." C. s. Po«- age most in ail cases be prepaid by C. S. postage stamps. Local stamps-will not do. Aim to get your letters in two or three days before the day of departure. IXj* A number of haversacks and socks In this office to give away to soldiers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 February 1864

v'-v: WEEKLY :i VOL. XXIX—NO. 46. HOUSTON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1864. WHOLE NO. 1467 BY PONY EXPKESS. telegraphed from Beaumont. Alexandria, Feb. 1st, 1864. New York dates of the 12th and 13th are receiv- ed. Here *re the new*: H*w Tokk, Jan. 11—Gen. Meade wss in Phila- delphia on the 10th on brief leave of absence. It is sot thought that the enemy can accomplish anything In the Shenandoah Valley jast now. The river is almost impassable from floating ice, nor Is it likely from the position of oar forces, that the rebels can construct abridge. The re- tirement of Gen. Early from that section of the country, is looked upon almost as certain. The amy of the Potomac is still subject to oc casional incursions of the rebel guerrillas, but beyond this the quiet which pervades there, is undisturbed. A few nights a go they made a dash into the oamp of the 1st Massachusetts cavalry near Warrenton, capturing 17 men and 13 horses. The ensuing day another party struck upon a mule train of the 1s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 February 1864

- • . v - '*V; Ma fflttUl ftligrafk. HflPHTON. TJcXA«. tmttftsBaBs&aa Ditrlns th>' Crimean war all hearts £?lo/7e-i with From the Meridian Clarion, January 20th, ana S r xi M rm ■WS mrn^gm •■SM, - -- *~Js lm ..Vi'-i ■m i g rm 5Pi pig if v4 9 ill* ft:£| E. H. CUSHING, Editor ana Proprietor. the subllmest p.ttiIntlsui, the most uuconq-.ter tble — i devotion, and the noblest spirit of self s-acrifice ever exhibited by mortal man. They aie worthy •.■! Jivirg or dving for, and everv arm should be i.erved to deeds ot hlghempiise ' y t rie piecing lellection. ~~ I M'me It .of Paris, who lsstl.l a coquette lu Our naper being, to all intents and purposes,a i her a ivanced m Purity, c.tuie to a private cvt riii.4 re have thought best to call it so. The ISsue | party nfter It o'clock. ■ How late you ale, my cbar- daliy, we have thought — , . , , of Monday, Wednesday and Friday will, as heretofore, j iu^r! i-a be sent to tbe mall r>ut>sciil<ers. That of lursday, 4 I am qn Thursd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 February 1864

w - i r" 6 f~'-v *' ' . '*. m Mmm -<== VOL. XXIX—NO, 47. HOUSTON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16 1864. WHOLE NO. Ic68 ssarngasiatji^rag '- -v- h From the Daily Telegraph, of Feb. 10th. BY PONY EXPRESS. Hpjp^Si'- FROM 8HKEVEP0P.T. JProm the Caddo Gazette. Ch^rlbston, Jan. 8.—The bombardment of the City continued to-day without abatement. No cas- ualties reported. Position of the fleet aboat as nana). Richmond, Jan. 17.—Hostilities have commen- ced betweeo the Republic of JKquador and the United States. The VaDderbilt has visited the Penguin I?lands and seized the British bark Susan, in British wa- ters, on thei supposition that she was laden with Confederate cargo. The Federal ship Conrad, captured by the Ala- bama, has been retaken by the Saxon and sent to _ New York in charge of a prize crew. ; It Is asserted that the capture or the brig Wave. - • off the eoastof Mexico, by a Federal vessel, was wholly unjustifiable, she being a regular Liver- > pool and Mexican trader. General Longstr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 February 1864

aOVHTOn. TKXAS. X. K CP8H1NG, Editor and Proprietor. Proa theDallyTelegraph, 13th. fhe Daratloa of the Wnr. In the early part of the straggle, the world was from tim"; to Uine. first fooled and then amosed, by Mr. Seward*® .promisee to olose- the war and crush the Sooth in 90 days. He continued to draw these bills at 90 days, UDiil they became chronic. As of en as drawn, they were protested in every political market, gave one, that presided over granny Raasel, a so-called Earl In the so- •ailed Kingdom of Great Britain, France and Ireland. This so-called Earl has continued to receive and dieceont these 90 day hills, until her entire political Exchequer 18 filled op wiih this paper, and she has ceme to regard it as sound currency. According to late dispatches she is itsuicg it herself Even Lord Lyon* has swal- lowed so much of the nonsense, that he is as bad- ly befooled as his granny chief, the so-called Earl. The following dispatches are frem the Xuropean Intelligence of December 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 February 1864

<k-" ■ -• -%x±' fesga ' m-, *r* ,•; .-■ • .r " ■'.- ri£kii* WHOLE NO. 1669 4>.jpi ■ !&■ ' ^-?V3 Si FEBRUARY 23 1864. HOUSTON,' TUESDAY, '£¥%&£&% Oh. XXIX—NO. fc^sr v-v • the Daily Telegraph, Feb. 17th. K*S OF OUA CAUSE. ^ slHfce took occasion to point out reisers taevldient signs in the North ol the progress ^ fi*f the jssace. party. Such signs are continually man- 8 tMoMtas hi such Northern papers as reach ■-«- "• as. - W Jopy almost every day articles that betoken ' -"*'€& waning of the war spirit. Not the least of these signs are the extraordinary shifts the war journals,us well aa the war officials, are pat to in order to keep their courage up. They announce day after day that the rebellion is on Vis last legs. They declaro that oar peop'.eare starvng. They assert that tra'rlro^ps are deserting, not logo home to their families lortosoma extent this would be truth but—to their own lines anxious to take-tfte'oaih of allegiance. They declare that • Lincoln's A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 February 1864

mm Mi improves « . Biex Bn^ -PaiwkltisJior its priastpsi caMrft acerisuitaUou between c!d Abeand Sew- fSiM>HMWwwSiwiiilprt w «,■ which is perched between that*;, evidently in "a : riyUie South We t •bid ax," LSBo'eln.who is posting" upon *■ Cj! f^. chair. M«3eet«pon the rouod, andh&i banrfsnn^; - der «r*£^||a%L his j^w-lMttog, d^S^* • I gaess (Sat fowl St protty well osed up, ea'cu- iMeheVgOirigtocave In." certainly looks a little shaky at preset," dri**butl ree no h\rm yet—*imply *1rf that's all-?-a. black uraught wHi i right, stir. Id iKirty (fay* that bird, *$r iWirheiahtter plumage than' ever.*' BY TMiEGEAPH, — - ^ pjj|^&ia>&mipa> *#"***" tlriir private" well aspobTre butees*. We hear that crops are mostly planted with this view, that preparation* are being made in the army" andamong the pep- / pie, with a View to oor beinetedepeBdert W f«i eign. supplies, whether of od, of clothing, ar«u, ot of munitions of war. Wa believe webettajrno seeret, the puBBca- ' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 March 1864

.&• V VOL. XXIX—NO. 49. HOUSTON, TUESDAY, MARCH^l 1864. " WHQJiE NO. 1670 From the Daily Telegraph, Feb. iSl ." ' . ' « ABOUT WiAWlfe CfTTONv We hare been led by A little reflection, to question the wirdom oi tbe general disposition ef our planters to pat eo cotton tnfhe ground this rear. «nd will live <rar reason* Jbr the doubt*,-we 1$ave, of tbe poli- cy. in putting tbem lot th we expect to encounter ome disagreement on tile part of thostf who/have not been led tSHake tbe same view of the matter we * bare. It la net the first time we have done what we know- would excite hostility, noi will H probably be the last. We have however long since acted on tbe principle \>f ugpportln; whit we believed right whether manj^ir tepr might agree wltb us. . We have already lntimatS* to onr readers that we "i believe It tHe'Vart of wisdom to make aU our calcu- lation* on having a long war. Indeed we should now layout, i.l*ns only wltb a view to war as otir normal \ condition, aad leave ...

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