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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 September 1862

■ **• 4-.' \ V 1I9 frlrgrapl). *TI N, TKXAN. 10. Editor and Praonttor. (•.&** bo ie Weeny $3 per year. Forth* per year. For advertising 85 oents Insertion. Subscription* and ad- oases In advance, and discontinued ' iPgid for expires. Khinplasters will *ived. Ut«. (!OV. M'BBOCK AND IIIH MEAMVBBN Not long since it will be rememberod a food deal was said, and sotnethirg'publlshed, about an order made bjr Gov. Lubbock to remove certain machinery from the Island to the interior. We did not then deem the matter one at all proper for publication,and said nothing about It. Sometime after quite a parade was made over the reception of an order from the Confederate military author- ities to retain the macblnory there, and to dlsre- gard any order of the Governor of Texas respect- ing it. This order was also published and com- mented on by those who, while themselves acting on the idea that goods,property,etc.,ls safer else OLOBIOVM NBW AUAIN ! Onr little sheet again U the bearer of gloriou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 September 1862

I I / £ Ii THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. *r VOL. XXVIII—NO. 80 aOfJSTON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3575 Buell Still Retreating. More of (he Fall of (iiicinuiti. ETC. UTI'. BTC. Our friend, Mr. J. H McClell.ind, of this city, returned bjf the Central train. In addition to late papers, we are indebted to him fur the following items : Gen. Van Doru has fin forced Price and it is understood the army Is under marching orders for Nashville. The ariuy has already moved. Rosencranz is under orders from Buell to join him at Sashvllle. Our forces are endeavoring to cut him oil'. Despatches were received a* Vicksburg staling thatCinc nnuti has positively surrendered ; Kirbv Smith's forces being about 33,0 0 strong. Chattanoooa, Sept. 7.—By private information to the Rebel, from Winchester, it is absolutely certain that lluoU's entire force is beyond Mur- I'reeshoro'. A Yankee courier, taken iu north Alabama, had despatches from lluoll to Rosen* cranz, urging the latter to join him at Nash...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 September 1862

I' £ ri-lJIffKlp ttIfgrapU. hoddtun. tk*as . K. H. C1TSHIKO. Editor and Pmnmter rrrr--: -; ■ . ■■■ TUB NnW I.KVIPN Col. Smith, who If now lure under orders to forward the new levies (conscripts) In Texas, to the army of Gen. Price, hit appointed Col. W. B. P-Gaines, of Braxorla, to take eommsnd of the rendesvous at Tyler, mud go with thoae brought there to the army, while he himieir superintends the rendezvous at Hempstead, • It la m t amine to elate that the intelligence we publish to day of Tan Dorn baring joined Prtae *s absolutely correct, and we atate farther that Uie whole army la now •* routs for the Ohio river. The signal for the opwurd movement of Price was to be the firat decisive blow fit Klrby 8mlIh, und that waa the eatabllahlnf hlmaelf In Kentucky. Now, Price, Van Bora and Bragg move forward, and to that arm? may we look for food news. It la for the reinforcement of the van or thla army that UM new tevleaare wanted. We cannot too strongly urge upon the enrolling oMeers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1862

w [1 I ? THE TRI-WEEKLV TELEGRAP ■ . ...IME nn_ XXVIII—NO. 81 —r HOUSTON. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1862 ~z zfijicx ——p- WHOLE NO. 3570 1 The N.Y. Tribune h ■ the following fro in the battlu of Munussiis, on the 3')lh : Tli* rebals wcr« gradu-lly foicod baclc, until 1 o'clock, r. m., wlion they suddenly and fiercely charged baj ouetj, forcing Milroy b ck. General tfeeenekavvt m brigade forward, but b. th were driven b%ek. Miiroy's brigade was so badly outup thai he oould not gather a regiment. Schurz and Sielnwk r were holding their own in the woods on the left of HfhHiiotc. whtii liea\y intasel of rebels appeared, ud Stevens' aud Reynolds' division wan up and all were driven buck. The rebel* rap- idly advanced their bat eries, pourlug in a storm of shot and ahull Tbe right wing was completely luateii. McDowell advanced to their support, endeavor- ing to hold ttie centre, but las movements were auticiputedi and both he and Siegol were envelop- ed try the robots on the left, and outnumbe...

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

Cri-1#ffMi> Cflfflrap!). iKIIiDYUNi _ E. B. CUSHWO. Iditur ul Proorwtor. THE iiOUWrKByglTi'. The "Utile ship" pert of tho description of tho counterfoil 90* Confederate money, 1* * mistake. We have seen • * • P # nly counterfeit m could be that bad the little ship plainly visible upon the plate. Tha description reached Houston in the nick of time Hot more than •*,« . ml told, were found here when the description wu circulated, but within two days several thousand were remind from ths interior and tdmed back. Wo bare been Informod some twenty or thlriy thousaud dollar* was received from Brownsville—procoods of cotton sold I Tha statement wo havo not traced ■ |>, bat it Is significant In mere points than one- The description we publish to day Is a bette." one than that pnbllshed In our last- to 4 iwBfw h 0 HOkDlRHM' CJLOTH1WU— DOJMBf*TI© INDUtfTttY—INOBFENDBNtJK We have bsfere said something about providing warm olothlng for our troops for the winter. Por the purpose of keeping ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 September 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 82. HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER *24, 1862 rrr=r,-=SJC WHOLE NO. 3577 "S" ■.uiu.jii.ia "i.1 From our Exira of Sept. 24. THE LATEST! BY THE CENTRAL TRAIN. WILLTAMSBUHG, VA., EEC APT U RED. Federals Flee from Frankfort. ETC., ETC., ETC, By the arrival of the Central train, we received the Alexandria Donncratof the 17th, containing the following:]; Sknatobia, Sept. 10.—The Cincinnati Commer- cial of the G h has been received, which contains the following article contradictory of the report that General Smith was in frout of that city : The excitement among the pe ople of the conn try north of Cincinnati, who are most intimately connected with us by social and business ties#at the news that this city wus menaced by the enemy, has far surpassed anything that we have witnessed here. The most extravagant reports have been circulated aud widely credited. It has been believed in some quarters that the rebels have crossed the Ohio at various points in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 September 1862

CrMtfrrhty Celeflraptj. IIOIHVUNi TKXA . X. BL CUSHUra. Editor tad Pronator. TUB GALLANT DEAD The recent battles In Northeastern Virginia bare bora* heavily on Tmi again, and ws have lo moors, among others, two of our teat clticena, Col. J.B. Robertson and MaJ. D. 11. Wbafoy, of tbe Mb Bailment. Col. Robertson was one of the best clticena of the State, and one of the nobleat hearted men we ever knew. Bo man in the army wee mora be* loved by bia troopa than he. No man could have been more attentive to their wante and oomforts. Col. Bobertaoa waa among our oldest eltiseni, and held dorlnf hie cltisensblp man/ plaeea of honor and trnat In the Government. He waa a! ways e Ann yet conaervatlve State Bights man, yielding to no one In bia devotion to hla prlnolpiea. and alwaya acting upon the dictates of thoae prln ciplei. On the assembling of the Convention or 181 he waa among the moat Influential member*; anddurlng the reeeea of the Convention waa one o^HFpominlttee of Safety whoae acta ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 September 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 83 HOUSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3578 BY THE CENTRAL THAW. Morgan at j^ouisville. By the Central train to-day, we have no later papers. We are Indebted t'i A. D. Brown of Gal veston, just returned from the 2d regiment, and Mr. Randolph for Jackson papers of the 12th, Gre nada 11th, etc. Mr. Brown Informs us that he left Jackson on the 12th, and before he left u dispatch was received that day, announcing that Morgan wae in posses slon of Louisville. The 2d Texas is in good health and spirits. Buell, it is said, is making: his way; direct to Nashville. Accounts from Richmond state that Sickles' Brigade was almost utterly annihilated. The intelligence received Is yet three days be' hind the date of tho dispatch announcing the cap ture of Washington. Pomkroy, Ohio, Sept. 5.—One Tuesday, Spen <>.er, Koane county, Virginia, surrendered to Jen- kins, Col. Ruthboue and his men were taken prisoners. Ou Wednesday morning Jenki "8 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 September 1862

fri-UwMi) tflcgnipl). UOVHTUNi Tit XAM. s. a. CU8HOM. *ditur ftad Froorator. tom negro conmcrjption. Mr. John B. Xarle, ban furnished the News with quits lengthy article taking grounds against lb* proposed conscription of negroes. A brief notlee of tho points made is U we havo room for. lie sftjrs the scheme is to deprive the slaveholder of his property without his consent. If this Is so. the present sobenie of eonseripUon Is to deprive whits men of their liberty without their consent. We have confidonoe enough In the patriotism of slaveholders to believe that they would as wil- lingly furnish their slaves a* white men have been to furnish themselves. The amount of im- pulsion under either law we apprehend has been and would be, very email, and this suggestion ap- plies equally well to other points made by Mr. Earle. We will cite an example. Ho says: To individuals of this class it would be ruinous. Persons acquainted with the operations of the in- stitution upon the forming communi...

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

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. vw X.Xviri—NO. 84 HOUSTON. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1862 WHOLE NO, 3579 BV THE VENTRAL TRAI\. OUH 1BMY MARCH 1KO ON BALT1M0BE. Federal Defeat at H&iper's Ferry. Terrible a. Battle in Maryland. JUTC-. STC.. ETC. By tho a rival of the Central train, we have the following: later intelligence: Tupelo, Sept. 5—Gen. Price's urrny moved from Baldwin Wins., on Friday last, on a forced inarch. A messenger, Just arrived here, reports that on Saturday afternoon the advance guard,un- der 'ten. Armstrong, surprised and attacked the Yankees, 6000 strong, at luka, driving thein out of the towu and taking*200 prisoners. Gen. Price, with the main body, came up on Sunday morning. The enemy fled in the direction of Kastport, leaving in our hands about #100,000 wor^h of stores, principally flour uud salt. Gen. Price gave chase, and when last heard from was but seven miles behind the fleeing foe. 8 A. M., August 90th, 1802 —Extract of a letter from a member of the 9th Georgia r...

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

A V Cri-Wrtklt) Cflrgrapt UOUHTUNi TK*A«. K. H. GUSHING. Edltur and Pronnetor. K JO* In what county la Cuatpield ? HEROIC COKPIW. A food deal Is said about heroic Ylcksburg, and very Justly said to praise of that city. But we hare a little Texas village that certainly should not be overlooked In the roll of feme. Corpse Chrtstl la defended by thr .e insignificant guns, and a handful of men. for months the fed- eral fleet off that coast haa been making demon atratlona at har harbor, endeavoring to obtain a lodgment upon shore, and threatening the destruo tlonofthe town. Theae operations have been steadily met by our people and resisted success- fully at all points. The other day the enemy brought op several vosaels before tho town to de stroy It. They bombarded It two days with their heavy guns, but were finally driven off by the shore battery, thus again proving that gunboats turn bugaboos. A few days after, the enemy at- tempted to cut np some shindies on shore, first having shelle...

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

n THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVH1—SO. 85 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1862 WHOLE NO. 8508 BY THE <i:mkai. train. The Gloiioni Victory at Harper*■ Ferry. The Bailie of NharpHburg. By the Oeutral train we huvo the Alexandria Democrat ex.ra of tho 23rh, with tho following important Intelligence : Hichmono, Sept. 19.— Gov. Letcher has received letters to-day from Winchester of the 10th, con- firming the report of the unconditional surrender of 11,(MM) Yankees at Harper's Ferry ou Monday, without the loss of a man on our side. Gen. Jackson captured fifty pieces of artillery, ammunition, stores, &c. Letters also mention an engagement In Mary- land, between 'Boonesboro and Middleton, in which the enemy were repulsed, with a reported loss of 2,000 killed and wounded. The Confed erate loss is heavy. No further particulars re ceived. Richmond. Sept. 20. Col. Lindsay Walker ar rived here to-day from Harper's Ferry, which place he left on Wednesday last. The cannon and stores captu...

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

&ri-VttM9 Cflfflwp!). liOIWrilN* TKXAff. X. H. (10IM1IG. Iditur and PraMMter. THE FORCE OF mttlt MARTIAL. IjAW. The power and extent of Martial Lew has been net well understood either by the authorities who declare tad execute U, or bjr the people who are called to .obey It. We aometlmes hear each ex presslons as that " Martial Law Is the will of the military commander,•' and M Martial Law over- rules the Constitution*" These expressions havo In some Instances, been true In foot, though ex ceedlngly false and pernicious In theory, and any military commander who hat acted on the theory has laid himself liable to grave aud serious charges. ' The military authority is the creature of the Congress, and that la the creature of the Oonstitu tiou. Nothing can be greater then its creator either In ethics, physics or law. If the Congress cannot override the 0 onatilatlon, it is very certain that the creature of the Congress cannot do It. If the Constitution la worth fighting for, It Is w...

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

THE TRIWEEKLY T E HE GRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 86 HOUSTON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3509 From Army Correspondent of Charleston Courier THE SECOND BATTLE OF MANASSAS. Description of the Engagement—the Strategy of Let and Rout of the Enemy—Great Slaughter of the Federal*—Hot pita I Scenes—The Field after the Fight—Incidents, l[c.. Near German-town, Sept. 2, 1S62. My lust letter written ou tho tleid immediately after the battle, gave you a hurried, yet not incor- rect geuerul account of the ull'air, baaed upon lim- ited personal observations. Since then 1 have gathered muny interesting particulars from others, aud in the present communication shall endeavor 10 lay before your readers a full and connected narrative of the splendid achievement. I may premise b) saying thit no event of the war has been more decisive or satisfactory in its results ; no great battlo bus been more speedily fought, severely contested or quickly won, ana never before has our unscrupulous enemy been force...

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

<, V. \ ' «fc- €rt-1Ml9 CfUgrajj|>. mvvmtuni tkxak. E. H. CU8HIN0. Editor and Pronnetor. TUB SITUATION. The indefinite and meagre intelligence from the seat of war renders it exceedingly difficult to form anything like an accurate idea of the position of affair*. We have reliable intelligence of the crotaing of the Potomac by Gen. Lee, after the battle at Manauai. From that time up to the date of the latest advices, all is uncertainly, save only that Jackson captured Harpers Ferry and a large number of prisoners ; that another severely con- tested battle has been fought at Sharpsburg ; and at Shepardstown. In the light at 8harpsburg both sides claim a victory. McClellan Is reported to have fallen back, and Lee is said to have recrossed the Potomac. In another dispatch we btve it that only a por * ton of our army has recrossed, while Lee is press- ing McClellan with tbe bulk of his force. Again, it Is said that Lee only went Into Msrylund to meet and repel a flank movement by w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 87 HOUSTON. MONDAT, OCTOBER 6, 1862 7 CV THE CENTRAL TKAL\. 5000 OF BUELL'S ABXT CAPTURED. More of the Stiarp&burg Battle. ETC , ETC.. ETC. We nre indebted t> Messrs. Jno. M. Jenkinsund R. P. Kurford of Co. B., 5th Texas, for lute pa- pers. They left Richmond on the ]7th. The only one of the wounded of Co. A. that they know had died,was Angoll. An intelligent man, direct from Vieksburg, states that he aaw and conversed with some prison- ers from Chicago. They state while at Chicago, the ladies frequently presented them, unobserved* with fruits, clothing, etc., and expressed much symputhy in their behalf. Also, that the drafting business,dn the North does not seem to succeed very well. Wheu it commenced, so groat was the skeedaddling to Canada and other sections, mar* tiallaw wus proclaimed through the entire North and West, and every outlet is now strictly guard- ed. Many Northerners told our prisoners that, if forced into service, the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1862

■p QLri-HftklD CrUgrfljil). uoutrrwa* vtcxAn. X. H. CTTSHXVO. Kdltur lad PreoiMtor. Tuw-ftrtlM Weekly, fIpor year. For tbe Tri-Weekly, *8 per ur. For advertising. 89 cents alint for «Mh Insertion. Subscriptions and adver Islng, Jo all mm*. In ad vance, anddi*>on- ttnucd whcD the time paid for expires. Shin j>lae- ters will la boom* to received. AFFAIR M ITjQALTMTON. Our telegraphic column gives something of an idoa of th# slain of Bfhlra I# Ik* Inland city. Our dbiHehMm up to last Bight. It appears from tbcm that ono of Cho defence* of the oily, that comannudiog Iki channel Into U o bay, is dlsa- bled, and the enenj hss gained a position ineide UM bar. VhM this vu Aral reporlod, it« thought that the city had fallen. U eppoari, however, that the federal steamers were met by a flag of trace a mile from the wharves, and negotiations wore entered upon which resulted in a sasponaioB of hostilities for fear days, to ranove the women and children, It botag agreed that bo more batteri...

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

THE T R I-W E E1L Y T EL E J®' — *— ■ ■ ■■ 'mi llj ■ =■■■ " ■ —* *jLJ?w¥fii iri'>X.=^r=rr7^^-s TTraS: VOL. XXVIII—NO. 88 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3583 ■- 1 '.II .i ■* « BY TUB CENTRAL TRAIX. Further from Kentucky. GREAT EXCITEMENT IH LOUISVILLE. « t , Houston. Oct. 6,19G2. By the Central train we get the following : We are indebted to Dr. J. M. Hill for an textra of the Shreveport Gazette, which Is a reprint ol dispatches in the Vicksburg Whig of the 29th, from which we get the following: Lieut. Gallagher lias returned from Chicago to the 3d Texas. Bam Houston's son is safe in Vicks burg. Dr. Hill, bearer of letters and money from the 3d Texas, has deposited the same at this office Thote interested will bear this in mind. Chattanooga, Sept. 26.-The Nashville Union of the 23d, reports that Gen. Bragg captured Green river bridge and thirtyflve hundred prisoners on the 16th. It also says that Curlis has succeeded in throwing his army between Smith and Bragg ther...

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

w lrf- ffkl? Celfgrapli. HOWTUNi vhxa*. f, HL outtnro. Xditnr and Fronmtor. fmiw—For the Weekly, $3 per year. Foi fr|. Weekly, 98 per year. For advertising. its c9 ta a Une tor each Insertion. Subacrlptiona and «4r r<talng, fa all eases, In advanoe.and dlscon- Slilnplas- Uaned whan the time paid for expire* tees will in no oaae be reoelvedt#> 1 55 WHIN WILL THIS WAR END t This la a question that U on everybody's tongue. BV THIS ORANGE TttA-'N We learn that eome dezen Federals went up the I Oalcaslen as high as Lake Charles two dsys alnce and captured a millUa Captain and another offl cer. They took a small stsambeat. They staid all I night and weht down therWer the next dny. Thlagaat Sabine Pata ire aa before. 11 t The let tor published In to-day'a paper par porting to have been wrftten by Oov. Bay lor eon cerning the Apaches, ia, we presume, a genuine document. Its appearance to the unbiassed oh server, la that of great cruelty and blood-tbirsll neas. While we cannot fefend t...

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

THE T RI-WE E K % E L E GR<A P H. VOu. XXVIII—NO. 89 HOUSTON. FRIDAY, t)CTOBER 10, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3584 i .4 t I % BY TBE CENTRAL TRAIN. LATEH Enemy Acknowledge their Whipping. Q-OVjP AT 12 1. 290 a XME MOUTH OF THE MISSISSIPPI. m BTC., ETC.. ETC. , Houston, Oct. 9. By the mall to-day we get the Natchez Courier of the 1st and 2d inst., from which we take the tel egraphic news. We alao received some interest- ing items froui passengers yesterday and to-day. The report of the invasion of Texas via Cook county, we do not credit, We are indebted to 1). H. Fltzhugh, of Palestine, for the following: Col. Kaney.of Palestine, who was wounded, has arrived home at Palestine. Is doing well and will rejoin his regiment in a few weeks. He is spoken very highly of even by Virginians. Tqe people of Richmond all praise him as being ai very gallant officer. Burnside out of 15,000 lost 13,000. at Shepards town. Jackson fell buck be cause ordered to do so by Lee. This h official. It was seen In a di...

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