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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 August 1862

Grt-*rrkl9 fflrgwji!). HOVVrVNi TK*AB. X. H. CVKHDTO, Bditur ud ProonMor. Teems—For ths Tl«uf|S p«r y«f< For ths Tri w"(rt7y •Bperyesr. For advertising 84 Mnta a lin* tor eaeh Insertion. Subeerlptions and ad- vertlsto* In all cases la advance, and discontinued when the time paid for expires. Shlnplsstersi will la no mm be woaWed. l,u« HMIO OONBCRIPTS. We allnded tha olhar day to a aabjaot that ta worthy no llttla attention, to-wlt: The consorlp- tloa of nsgroes to do the drudgery of oar armtea. We mentioned without reflection the number of 50,000 aa what might Tery profitably be taken for thla purpoae. Farther oonatderetlon leada aa to believe 1H doable thla namber taken from the field end plaoedlo the eamps, would not, by any mffft the country to ao much Inconvenience aa the taklnf of one haadred thoaaand white men from oar already so heavily taxed oltlaenahlp The dare population of the Confederate' States la within a fraction of thrM and a half millions JFhe aaaal proportion of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 August 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH; VOL. XXVIII—NO. 70 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1862 WHOM NO. 3665 CITY ITEMS. A Tight Pi«aob.—To bo In the center of the "ilve-dollare-flne-for-driving-faster-thau-a-walk" bridge, on your way to the Ceutral Railroad oars, uuU hear the conductor of the train ahout " all aboard." This should remind you that the clock at the corner of Main and Congress streets is not to be depended on, and if you go by it, you will a probably not go with the cars. Our new •' town ^ clock," now lying idle, is actually begging to be elevated, and pledges Itself to keep accurate time or *' bust" its main spring. Speculating.—Although the crops in some sec tious of Texas have failed this Beason, yet there are al this mouieut more bread stuffs lu the State than ever before at any one time, because the far- mers have cultivated all kinds of grains much more extensively this y*ar than heretofore. And there are several thousand legs consumers than there were last year; yet flour whi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 August 1862

CrMPtrM inrtot. Ttaas-yWifr W^angS m*f *(«•: f or the Tri-Weekly §8 per year. For advertising 25 cents • tin* fo mh laiiirtloB.'*t WtyW>g* ■ « * • recel In no •• la #4* nce, and discontinued — Shin plasters will lltt. M5.BT OUOTHINQ METHB AIWIY. We hareroeel ved several letter* from friends tn the ooMfcttyi seeking Information about getting clothing to the Texan **ops across the Missis- •Ippt. Wo cannot tellbow this Is to be accom- p'.lshtd, fcutafe of the wnlon that what latal:« done, jinn* *> done by private «aterprite. Wo would suggest that neighborhoods club together and wagon laad, *nd aend than well boxed by a wagon to Alouandrla, and thence If expedient to some poltitou the river, where they oan ba 'it#**- We presume tho troop* will be provldf& *l<i winter uniform* by the Government. What they will moat want will be under-clotblag, aooke Snd gasket*. No time should ba loat In preparliy Reapply,of these thinga to all our reg- iments,whether la Virginia, Tennessee,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 August 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 71 HOUSTON/FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3566 CITY ITEMS. ——'This "local" has received a aplcy no' a from a correspondent and acquaintance, now stationed at "Camp of Instruction, Aiken's Spring, near Dallas." We regret thi-re Is uct loom for Its In- sertion . for It coutains a heap of sense. Corres- pondents must be merciful until a supply ofpapor can be had—then all will be right aud social again. Mrs. Partinoton.- This distinguished per- sonage has arrived in town. When she left the cars she put up her knitting and took an ominous for a friend's house. As it was very much crowd- ed, she culled an avalauche, which she seemed to think was much more comfortable. She was agreeably surprised at the apuearance of the peo- ple in this city, for she had always labored under the Impression that the Uewstouers were so-called because they had served their time at stone-how- ing In the State boarding house—all except her relations, who reside here....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 August 1862

trM0ttM9 Grltgrapl). HOUHTURi TK*A . K. HL CVBHDIO. Iditvr and Proorwtor. Col. I. H. Morgan's Late Keututky Expedition. detailed account, Tnaaw—For the Weeny §S ?•' J**/' Tri-Weekly •« per year. For advertising 85 cent* a line Iter eaeh insertion. lubacripUoM end wl- vertlslng In all eases In advenes, end *jMO"Unaod when the time paid for expiree. Bhlnplasterii will n ao eaee be received. l«s. I'LOTBINO FOH THE TIfOOP . We mentioned the other day the Importance of the people getting clothing ready for the troope before cold weather eeta in. Mr. Affleck suggests a way of providing for the Rangera. Undoubtedly weya and mean* will be provided to transport al the elothiag that will be made We cannot bat urge this matter again upon the attention of the people. Who doea not remember the sadsceounta we received laat winter of our Tesas boys suffering from the eold? Where we we had one man in the field exposed to the North- ern blasts then, we have eight or ten now. If then It was necessary...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 August 1862

mm TELEGRAPH UOtfSl'UN, AIGCST 30th 1862. BY THE TRAIN. The Federals on the Yazoo. ETC., ETC., ETC. Y,\ the Central we have trans-Mississippi dates of the 20th. Oar friend, Fritz MoM, who has for over a. year been rusticating in Europe, came on the train, and to him are we indebted for large numbers of Confederate and European papers. He r turned as ,be ror of dispatches to he gov- ernmon , running in on the Hero at Charleston, July SHth. II stay at home wilfbut lor a week. Mobtt.e, Aug. 16.—A dispntch to the Advertiser, dateil Knoxville, August, 15th, says : A gentleman from WUhvillo, Va., who arrived thismorning, states that Mr. Moore, member of ihe Confederate C«i:gr* sj from Kentucky, bnd received a dispatch that Gen. Jackson had g.-tined the position which he sought beyond the Rai-idan river, and also that he had been reinforced by Gen. Lee, and fighting - whs progressing yesterday. Th * Richmond Examiner, of the ]lth says the officers captu-ted fr« m Gun. Pope*s army, twenty- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 September 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 72 HOUSTON. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3567 CITY ITEMS. Confederate notts of one dollar and upwards aro nor belug issued i large quant ties, and the •apply l already equal to the demand.—Oow t<i/«« This local • ill lacks a few thousand. -—The last Victoria Advocate resembles, In ap- p-arance. a blurred surface interspersed with straw. The editor of the L tGrange True Issue is Kiting to Shaughal China in Cochin, to adopt some resolutions to avoid being troubled by delinquent subscribers. Those who have letters for friends in that couutry should make a note of this fact. U'e trust he will not have a "congestive chill on the route Evans, the sign painter, is certainly a letter "case." He can beat the world ou Agn painting He cannot only paint the ««>*« of fair weather, the sign* of the times, tignt aud wonders, and astro- nomical and mathematical eigne, but he has lately painted a sign for our fallow townsmiuit Is* W.Cave, £iq„ wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 September 1862

Cri-HrdUp Crlfjtapl). HlIM rMNi «. m. 0«craa. Btttar Mi Tram—Forthe yrar. r rtta trt-WHkljf it Mr;w. For advertising U muU • lira tor wmmh iMtrUM. Jkibtcrtplkm# aud ad- ▼•ttlglaf la all «•« !• dtcoiiilnued • bra UmUm paid tor iq4m. t« Ml WW to flll> id. hMnpUtur* will (M*. mmmm PtlLC«« INHAVANA W have law ani iaportsBt Intelligence from Havana. Our daliiin u> Um IOUi of Auftui, rad «BknM la tor* i all oa of my Important ran- uuhiai la ttal > rt to the Confederate com- m*rc«, which we «• 1*4 to think hav« been Made wlilt a view of drat-laf off a portion of the Urge aad lucrative trad* now going on at Nasaau. The toaibqtla Hsvaa« t« very favorable to ua. It ia staled that tha aew JaaMante iron clad frigate Or*to, whioh apt* latoat dales was still iii the bauds of British a* ats at Nassau, and which was not pvralttcd I* Uk on tar armament there, baa taaa p*ratiit*d U> -un Into Havana on perfect •quality with Uniiat States voaaeia af war, nnd to fit out there, Uklsg tar araa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 September 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 73 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3568 BT THE CENTRAL TRAIN. Confirmation of News. EVACUATION OF B*TON KOUGE. ETC. KTC.t ETC. By the Central train we have trans-Mississippi dates of the 23<1, with the following intelligence Richmond, Aog. 19.—The Petersburg Express of this morning, says there is not a Yankee sol- dier left on the South side of James river, nor u vessel or aDy kind to be seen at Berkeley. McCleilun hus certainly evacuated James river and gone to uulte with Pope or Burnslde, on the Rapidan. . Richmond, Aug. 19.—There is no longer ioom for doubt that McClellan has changed his base from James River to the Rappahannock. A Dispatch to Gov. Letcher from New Dublin, says we have reliable intelligence that the ene- my has left Packs Perry,Meadow Bluffs, and Plat Top. and the impression Is they are evacuating Western Virginia. In the Senate to-day, various portions of the President's message were referred to the app...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 September 1862

CrMftrkty Crlrgropl) novmun, tkxas. X. EL OUSHHie. Editur and Pvoomtor. Tuai-For Ihi W« i;|3 pw year. For the Trl-Weekly •« p«r /Mr. For advertising 2i cent* • line for eaeh Insertion. Subscriptions and ad verttslng In alt oaaesln advance, and discontinued when the lima paid fer expires. Khlnplaaters will In no can be raortrad* IH . WBLL PKlHiliP MLD1KRH. It la aaid that Um moat firm and availably aa veil aa baat drillad regiment* in the Con federate States, are the lat, 8d, 4th and Sth Texaa. They are made ef food atook,and the> have been drill ed by aoldlera. They march with that Arm martial tread that b*tok*a**elf confidence, and la irrealrt Iblo In the field. The lat, 4th and Sth have re peatedly been complimented by the commanding offloers or the Virginia army, aa the beat drilled reglmenta there. Stonewall Jaekaon borrowed the Brigade In Ms celebrated movement which broke np the lareetment of Richmond. He Iras so well pleaaed with It thai he ha* refused to return it, and Il...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 September 1862

THE TKI-WEEKL VOL. XXVIII—NO. 74 Y TELEGRAPH. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1862 CITY ITEMS. It U'ruraored that In aeertuin section of ths Stute, where a mauufuotory may be found, exten- sive defalcations are suspected, in which more than Ate quartermaster is implicated. If so, we trust the matter will be ferreted out. An individ- ual who will defraud his Government at the ex- pense of the suffering soldier should be regarded us a traitor, auil treated as such. Oorruption of this character might be looked for amonir a set of Vaudals, who have naught but "lust in their eyes aiid hell in their hearts." but in a Government like our own, where the struggle is for liberty and in- dependence alone, it is a crime so vile that noth- ing short of e i termination will answer the de- mands of Justice. Can't "Local" of the Telegraph find a shorter uanie for his game opck?—Tru Is ue. No, sir. He won't stand u shorter one, for he never standi) anything. He always spurs. Even un old "drafts" worri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 September 1862

LUH" L. (Eri-Drrkti CeUflrapb uaVflTUN. TKXAM. K. 1 =r= —— OVSHtSO. Kdltur and Proomtor. TiRKs— For lb* y$mmy *3 nor JWT. For the Tri-Weekly 9« per jlft. For advertising 25 cento line (tor eaeb Intertton. Subscriptions and ad- vertlsiur In all ewes In advance, end discontinued whe* the time paid for expiree. Shinplasters will la BftMM be received. lite. fly The Pari* Fatrle says that the United States Government has offered to purchase the province of Souor* for #8,000,000 Try Within ft day or two past we hare had the pleasure of meeting Hob . Joslah Crosby and Hon Biron Hart, of XI Paso, both on their way to Molmoad. Their homes are now In the posies siou of the Federals. * _ TTr* Major Ochiltree, of Sibley's staff, is now In town on his way east, as good humored and chatty at aver. He Informs us that Sibley has moved his headquarters to Marshall, and awaits orders from the department. He will probably be ordered for duty to Arkansas. JJ3r* A friend writing us from the country says...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPjtt. VCfb. XXVIII—NO. 75 HOUSTON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3670 * 1 CITY ITEMS. "If there is oue intolerable nuisance, of which Galveston should be relieved, it ia the large number of worthless dog* that infest our a^rftOts"—Ooloeston Union (Extra.) We ipU tell you how to get rid of !em. Fivnt pMS A 'bog law" and if 94 persons dou't Confederate Fleet Beported off Hew Orleans. ETC . ETC.. ETC. UkeH,~r«|)>eal U,"and Mmui, pitch i,.to the dogs. In 'em. Of HwJHi huve just overhauled thl* wagyoa wi the hifhwami,&>>yway^ ami sideways of this city, and pronounce ita sanltury condition excellent. The phy* loans declare the city mure healthy at present, than ttay ever knew It before at this season of tha year. Wo signs of an epidemic. By referrlug to the proceedings of the City Council, It wlli be seeu that they have repealed the late " hog luw." Aga n the porkers arp at liberty to run, not and root. All you who have gardens, and no fences, will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1862

tri-Uffklp Cflfjjrupl). tsOUMTVN* tkxam. JL BL OUCHDIO, Xditwr and Proorwtor. TtRMU—For the WlHii|S M Jf For advertising 25 canto ir. For the Trt-Weekly 98 per year. For advertis _ lino tor «Mh insertion. Subscriptions and ad verttslng (ft all eases tn advance, and discontinued whan thetime paid for expires. ftiiinplasters will In no ease bo reoelved. llto TH1 PENITKNTIAU V. We mentioned something in our laat of the re porta fi)tng about the count.; concerning the management of the Penitentiary. That there hat been a wrong somewhere, we think quite likely but that the wrong haa been committed by Gen Boaaer, we regard and always have regarded as nest to Impossible Mot long since (he Governor addressed • letter to him regarding the disposition of the goods man- ulectured there, urging him to devote them first to the soldiers, secondly to their families, and thirdly to the people. The letter was publlahed tu (ho State Gaaette of laat week. It waa referred to (he Board of Director*, who...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 September 1862

THE TKI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 76 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3571 CITY ITEMS. We solicit attention to the following, from an eiteemed correspondent. The writer is a gentle- man of high standing In this community, and, al. though holding a high military position, never re- fuses to lend an affable and listeuing ear to all who npproaeh him. Read it: Local 9f Telegraph l do not chose to give vou my name or position, unless you in lstupon it. Suffice to say, I am'so situated I can observe each day more and more a necessity for an article concerning a matter n our country, not oonnned t> the army, but prevalent in all classes or society, even in our households—that is, a want of affabill t , kindness, a kind smile, and tho glvmg of civil answers to poor afflicted enquirers. Let us estab- lish a system in our Confederacy, from the Presi- dent down to tbe smallest citizen of our great in font Republic. The characters of Southern men have always been rema...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 September 1862

f-H- (T ri-HJffMi) CflcjjrapX HOIW'i'MN, tltXAH. V. H. CASHING, Iditur and Protmetoi. Tltll-Porlkl Wee*I* §3 yt year. For the Trl-Weekly g8 per year. For advertising35cents a line for each Insertion. Subscriptions aud ad- vertising in alt eassaln advance, aud disoontinued when the time paid for expires. Shin piasters will lu ao ease be received. llu FINAWC'K The difficulty, net to say danger that attends the transferinit of money from Richmond to the army this side of tho Mississippi, renders It Important (bat some means should be devised by the govern meut to sapply the army here, without always drawing the money from Richmond. The fact that the Quartermasters can only draw money on esti- mates made two months in advance, and the oon tinned changes In the pablle service, rendering estimates in advance cf expenditure* Impossible* forces the government agents to pursue tho credit system almost entirely. The result is, acoounts have to be ssttled by parties who have a trdlrus lesson I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 September 1862

-s --r uc-v*'• *' v- ->Ui* " i - 7- >c - * ■' ' - '-" * - ^ • * ~\ * -■ - /c^-^ - •.>V• •jS^wjr.'V -. hhi fyMltlt-:/1l*i ; UtftJiJll/ll II - ;-*V>''Vv -•"Sv-cmx&timi e«see will be. HOIISTWI, SKPTt ttjh) and Glorious News! v^^pSiSEili^ES^i™EF: '•••••• r r;.? tV.c;-< •; v' • -' .*£*■!*<, & it** r-S.*• ^twa- *shiDg- *** cav> .r^^iagl^f wei mwhrum* fcWe Thc^4s^^4«u- sfcanTand bars. %,41&Aj*b«u a i flottO .. ■ ' -. «>* .•— ' ^ to/the . conduct farm ■ T fcf< Advertiser and " Qf& .W4vj ' i Sf We h^%ir*wor t%it ^ahtsville is JttieimoN s Sept. Sefi&te* Kentncfcy st&miked n\ir*t&mhlb and relative-to awarding medals or. badges . ,.£ ,;. mar dUtingufrb v^naelyiA;.^^--/^: ^ 'defdrdf-wt*^ $** battlefield Ijaidon tM table for the present. ...--v■/• ^ ' The Senate bill concerning substitutes and de- tails fer plantations ilrafrpaaaed.. \ \y. The first section limits the privilegeof ftjraiali- ing substitutes to afeijfttl. mechanics, who WiB^ H ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 September 1862

THE 7 c t . > VGu. XXVIII—NO. ^— 78 W EE HOtSfftorM \ New York Tribune's Letter. hladquartkrg, ARMY OK virginia. ( Ckdak Mountain, Aug. IB. > Again on the march—und that inarch fa a re- treat. The camp which only ye terday was pitched at the Toot of the mountain, now memorable for ev-r, dissolved this evening into the air, and head quarters are here without a camp, but here only loruuhour or three hours, It matters not which. The hurried order came io be ready to start at once, and, before two hours hail passed, tents and luggage, all of headquarters but its personnel, were going to the rear. We understand that it is whispered that the whole urmv of Virginia is in retreat ; and present ly it begins to be added that the whole army of Richmond Is ou the advance ; that the rebels threaten to turn our left flank, and in a wo d, are marching straight for Fredericksburg, for Wash- ington and for the North perhaps—but before the North, before Washington, before Frodericksbui-j is rea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 September 1862

CtMDethlij Cflfgrapl. m<iiwt« ni tkxan. E H. CD3HIN0. Editor and Proprietor. TitKiM—For lb* Weekly 43 p«r yeiir. For the Tri-Weekly $8 per year. For advertising 25 cents * line for eaeh Insertion. Subscriptions and ad- vertising In all cases in advance, and discontinued wueu the time paid for expires. Shlnplaater* will In no case be received. I***. THKNKURO CONM'BIPTION. We observe that the idea of making a conscrip- tion from tli" slave population of the country has not only met with the earnest and hopeful res ponse of the people about us, but that it has al ready suggested Itself to Congress. On the 5WHh of August the following resolution took its place oo the calendar: Resolved by the Congress of tks Confederate State* of America: "That the Military Commltt e >e requested to in- quire, uud lo report to this House, at a day as our- ly as practicable, as to the expediency and poli- cy of authorising the President to csll outdaring the war, all the male neproeswbo are r slden...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 September 1862

THE TKI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO: 79 BOU8TON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1862 WHOLE .NO. Bf THE CENTRAL TRAL1. Pope's dispatches of fcalM* of 29th EARL BVMCIili TO IEWABD. The Esse* Repulsed at Vickbburg. LEXINGTON, MO., ATTACKED. By the arrival of the Central train, wo have the following: From the Alexandria Democrat, 10th Richmond, Sept. 3.—Northern papers of the 30th ult have been received. The Herald's correspon- dent Indicate# that tbe greatest excitement prevails among the Unionists in Fairfax, Loudon and Prince Willlutn counties. Families were fleeing to Washington,abaudoulngeverything. The panic was caused by the raid O! Stuirt's cavalry on Brit- on Station, on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad. A train from Warreiitoii Juuction for Alexandria escaped capture by running under a full head of steam to Manassas Junction, where it ran into an- other train, producing a general smash and a heavy loss of life. Stuart's cavalry .subsequently occupied Manas- sas Junction. At b...

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