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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 February 1863

\ ®tfegrap|. HOMTOlt, tmb -TT" TEXAS. sb¥e X. U. CU8HIW0, Xdltor and Propria!*. drertl log,tu atleaeoo. In advanoe,i tinned when the lira* paid for e*piros. Sbinplat- ton will in nocaso be received. JO* So business transacted outside of th* of- •ft*. ' *^V-- •• ^ JP In what count/ U Laudo, Tea as TBI EKCBWT HBTtlMBW. XI to too much the fashion In teveVe reverses to charge the fad It upon the commanding Centrals. Wo kin not heretofore been In the habit of Join of to these criminations, because we have thought there wet far more danger of doing Injustice to the men as veil ee Injury to the cause, than there wm probability of doing any good w hater or. And thla would be our feeling now regarding Ihe late affitlr&t Arkansas Pott, at well aa the Ml de structton of the gunboat Gotten on the Toebe, but that wo feel that the State* of Louisiana aod Ar kanaaa are now la the baada of men unlit to com- mand, and bat a Utile more of their admin titration wilt be required to bring tho war to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 February 1863

; bih" !,'■ ^ teWEMLY TELEGRAEBi ■ I m rn I'M llll I. 1.1 IMMM——1— I III P ■ III . ■ 1 J 1 !.—L 1J1S I. Ill I ■ >1 —MPWWWg——eg VOL. xxvm iiiLU I' in mill >ii In i, 111 >|[ nil se-!*53*ks ■NO. 139 HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1863 CEHTKAL TBAH. Houston,Feb. 2, 1863. We are Indebted to Gov. 11 or ton, of Wharton, for l<tie paper*, fie also Informs us that the Natchez Courier of the 24th contains au account of a raid of Morgan's into Murfreesboro' on the 19th, capturing some 80 prisoners. The same paper contained a dispatch stating that Gen. Wolford, of the Federal army, had disbanded his command for SO days, and hud notified Lincoln that unless he rescinded his abolition proclamation within that time, he should join the cause of the South, and should endeavor to prevail upon his oommand to do likewise. Gov. Horton also informs us that some fifty transports and gunboats of the enemy had ap- peared in the river Just above Vicksburg, render ingit highly probable that anoth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 February 1863

Editor tad f^priotor nrarma \ ion. Sobserlptlons and .—For the Wee*ly %a?o^£«tion. SobsorlrtUmf to all Mae*, to advanoo,a d **£§. the time paid for e*pir*s. Sblnplo* -f ^:sxLkysa.««..tih. *. * THE FROWPBCT Bad tt at* been awthnnmpMani**!*"®^1 e*i< to Arkansas, ws sh«u« today * wbeon to 9 ton itoMt Mtor condition (ban at an/ U n o mnoe the battle of Samptar. I ' * FHKtorfekrtu^Marfta-boro' Eolly Spring., felreaten, Vloksbnrg, and Newbern, hsd all Mr each other to rapid auoeoaaUi. Kvory. war* oar ami victorious. DUpalohes of Oenorols, to * «w. oUin n£ vMorlas, eengratolatlons to them war* da 110 sustain these claims, bat tbe Wall street tbermomftar told the tale, Gold from 131 oa the Ufch Berember, bad reached on tbe 13th of Janu «ry, 14 . In toot, toa Northern people regarded ^uion of Indiana and IlttooU tree boldly curuied. Immense and en- meottogs denounced the President and 1 ^Disintegration—without whloh we igoing oa. ,Hew York lfl With Sow England. *, w J•n y of an armlstlcb....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 February 1863

I y < < VOL. XXVIU—NO. 140 M0[ES®RFffiEEKLY_TELEGRAPH. HOUSTON. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1863 .jl.j, 1 WHOLE NO. 8887 BT THE ORANGE THAIS. Houston, fob. 4. We learn Uiat a largo Federal force la landing opposite Vicksburg, and they have erected a bat- tery at the lower part of the canal, to atop steam- boat communication between Vicksburg and points below. Some seventy transports have appeared from ap the river with troops. The Ouba arrived in a Confederate port a few days since, with a valuable cargo. We got no later papers. The following dls patch was incorrectly printed in the papers re- ceived yesterday. Richmond, Jan. 22.—The Paris correspondent of the New York Herald says Men of the highest official propostion boldly assert, in conversation, that France, single-handed, in determined to end biood-shod In Amerioa, if England eontinues lo keep aloof. In the manufacturing districts of France, 300,000 men are out ot employment, and in a state of ab solute destitution. The Murfrees...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 February 1863

l\t Iri-lii nOlRTOX, TEXAS. E. H. CUSHara, Editor and PioprHMr. II RAY Y TAXATION. * Son# day* due* wo suggested, among the reme <3t<*« for the pre *cn t condition of Ananclat affair*, heavy taxation, and remarked thai we thought we expres od tho general sentiment of the people, when we urged ihO f overomeot to levy a tax Imvy enough to deplete tbe currency and *ave th* o««dti of tt i country. liven 5 per cent., wo be- lieved, would be paid. To this, and oiher tug- gestlftn* of a similar na'ore 1 the am"e artie'e, lbs MarshsU Utpublican replies a* follow*: The taxable property of the Stit" of Texaa, for the year HSfiO, amounted to $293,3)5,OM). If, owing to tlio Inflated condition of the currency, iittero« ar« to bee*tliaOl*dal dcuble their former value, we suppose uli oiher properly will b.- rated In tho aarna manner. >'u y oth>r kind*, us U well known, have quadrupled in price. Thoo, it ia unfa to aMumo, acco'diiig to this basis, that the taxable proper:y of the 8tutu ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 February 1863

VOL. XXVIII—NO. 141 HI TdE CENTBAL TKAlS.~ HOUSTON. MONDAY, I 'EBRUARY 9, 1863 Hocbtom, Feb. 6, 1863. The ouly Item of news by the train to-day, is a report that Gen. Marniaduke, after capturing Springfield, Mo., destroyed the town, and passed oo with his army toward the oorthem part of tbe State. A passenger on the up train in attempting to jump from the platrorm on to the oars, missed his footing1 and fell between the oar and platform, crushing him np considerably, but, It is believed not seriously injuring him. Tho mail stage failed to connect with the train, as also did the train from Brenham. Houston, Feb. 7. Passengers direct from Shreveport report hav ing seen in the Shreveport News extra, of the 3d, that a battle had taken place near Savannah, in which oar foroeswere victorious, capturing a large number of prisoners—report says 9000. Our forces were commanded by Beauregard. It is reported that the Arkansas Post prisoners mutinied en their way up the Mississippi river, de- st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 February 1863

\ ncf«JiKS,v srA«.J AKaaaft ed it my request for your Inforoutlta, ft respectfudy called to your attention. 'I It dtwIi'iM tbil from til* !■' <Uy of D-o#nitnr. Mil.WtSrirt keen**, I>4*. l^rtodofU.trtMtl months, th«i ih m«Dii otorHl of oot'on good# 1J78.700 yards. *n«l of wtwlen# SII.1M yards, of the former of which *«• •old 'o the rnij W6.7M. yards. nd of the Utter, 184.W1 y«d , nuidng larselyiover one half the cuttocu u4 greet* l« exoeedtic thr#e-fourtli« of the w«i l-n men ufiwtured. The I noetic As) lum received dot yards woolens. and 1000 yards cottons. Ti e balance. U9J1T yards oottous, end 12.845 yards wo> lens were absorbed by the Factory. P«nttentlary, clothing of the convicts, families of soldiers, end general supi Ilea for tbe Institution. The (TOM earning* oft he Institution fttr the Mme period ha* been IWWJJ The amount expended has been ®J'lS S Special deposit with Bute Treasurer. 8*.402 25 With a cash balance on hand of •w*7 ® Tbe amount of Indrbte uem previous...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 February 1863

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. xxvni—NO. 142 HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1863 S5T VI THE CENTRAL TRAIN. Hocstoh, Feb. 10. ▲ mall eame through to-day, bringing papers from which we take the following dlspatobes: ■r ooial to the Dally Appeal. iu4>a, Jan. 25.—He I lab] a Information front It t mphis hM been received, tlut many of Grant s men had to be Agreed, at tbo point of the bayonet, to embark on the boate bound for Vickaburg. It wa«reported at Memphis that the Confede- rate! captured at Arkeni&s Poet, 9500 in number, beeoming exasperated br cruel treatment and the hsence ofabaoiute necessaries—tour having died „rom the effecta of hunger and cold—overcame their guarda. burned the eoats and escaped. The Chicago Time! of the 16th says that two hundred and twenty •eight thousand dollars of gold has been abstracted from the Illinois State treasuay. and replaced by treasury notes, and that mote than two-tnirdsofthe money in the treasury is green-backs. The new Democratic trea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 February 1863

C|t m.r *,r~. K, H. gfWHniO. Editor and Proprietor. yfelLHBliKO. All ijm are new turned to Vlcluburg! Thu* for resisting all the effort* of the enemy, this city the key of the Mls*i**ippl In Its graup, cheoks the piOfNMOf the foe. Her eourago un<l constancy have made her ntne historic. The pastgW«su* few such example* of heroism. There la one worthy to be brought to remembrance now, showing what a brave end determined people, flghtiog against fearfol odd* can endure for liberty. Frauee by the execution of LouU XVI had thrown down the guantlst of defiance to all mon- archal Europe. England, which until now bad wavered Inker policy, it once assnmed an attitude of nnmlstakable ho tlllty. Russia, Austria, Pros- •U and Holland,oil trembling for the tote ofieglt- imacy and the ancient order of thlnga, haatened to oomblne In an effort to cruah out French Bepubll- canlam. France, tora by faction* and trembling under the reign of terror,had not yet brought out those wondexfuJ energlsswhie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 February 1863

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—SO. 143 HOUSTON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1863 SfiSPSU —-ULJSSSSeCMrtMl WHOLE NO. 3040 y BV THE CENTRAL TRAIN. HovrroM, Feb.11,19G3. We are Indebted t« Charles Brockway for tbe Bhreveport Newa of the 30th alt. and 3d lust., which, however, contain no later now*. Weare also under obligation! to Lt. Marks, of Garland's Regiment, who escaped from Arkansas Post after the surrender, for a Rhrereport Newa extra of Ihe 5th, from which we take Louisiana dates to Feb.2d. Hind man's command was at Little Rock, In winter quarter*. The Federal fleet and army that captured Arkansas Tost, hare disappeared the way they came. By passengers we teara that lt I# probably not the intention of the enemy to attaek Vleksburf agtln,but to endeavor to open the canal cut off, land a force below, threaten Jackson, and thus force the evacuation of Ticksburg. This may be the sew programme, but its success Is equally as doubtful as a direct attack on that herole little city. from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 February 1863

•In. TM guide til nlstak«i in their position italnt to m tn Uwir r r, else he would km kintd lha whole party. KtrUitn« tit* pike la 'heir front, he ordered a chary*. The enemy wai on a hill and | f« kta a round ai he advsnced, and then broke tor their Uses,their reserve, which w« in Miry force, oalr earing tha an tiro party from lit. D. A. Tarry, «T<I to barton, and IMM Griffin, company H, lod the advance with Lieut. Gordon. Ha ntl no loss. It waa a bold Hi ntenilkl affair, sad refleoted great orodli on th* LteetefcoM- Waara nowhavlusr eery disagree- able waaihor, a heavy and cold rain atom haa boon eaee ceded to atrecac and fall of anow. Many have km wliliwit tocta, U la vary trying, and will pro. dor* H* eftets. Bat ttefoidler must hoar tad hop%' K. F.B. ANDKuex, rob. 9th. 1M3 * XniToa Tklbor am In your laauo of tha 88lh January, a complaint appeared from tome of gov evhtoribers at Anderson In regard U> • not re- caning tbelr paper* regularly." In your issue of Fobnury 4lh, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 February 1863

VOL. XXVIII—NO. 144 THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. j-j-ni.,L_L.. -..-i_.ii.-i.. 1 LL.XM p.i 1 )■■ 1 -'J.' ■ I' ' ... ■ '«' , 1 "" I" ■ " II. II 1111 j . i .11 lUBJLli^U !_j HOUSTON. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1863 WHOLE NO. 8641 ► —l ' BV THE ORANGE TRAIN* From the Jackson Appeal 23th and 29th wo take the following: Special to the Appeal. Grenada. Jan. 5*7.--A gentleman of reliability who left the vicinity of Memphis last Friday, brings lutelilfenoe that the negroes In that city are now being organised into regiments. They are to be employed in guarding the fortifications and railroad defences. The Memphis and Charleston railroad is strong- ly guarded, and picket firing is constantly going on, Savannah. Jan. 27.—Seven gunboats attacked Fort McAllister at Oenessls point at 7 o'clock this morning, and firing is still progressing at 11 o'clock a. M.,and is regular and very heavy. Richmond, Jan. 2v.—About 4 o'clock this morning, while the guards were escorting the Yankee prisoners over the canal br...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 February 1863

®{jt ®ri-$8cehli! Celtgrap^. ■•(JITON, TEXAS. l^l^U^nW^JMltoirjjd^Proprie^ ItTOar Express from Aostln failed to arrive on Satarday,acd wo V without later datee from p-y There will bee Concert and Tableaux at Washington, Washington coanty, on the Sd and 3d of March, for Iho benefitof Hood's Brigade. TIT Wo giro plaoe to-day to correepoadeaeo- otc.,to tko eaolaelon of editorial. W to «wra. things to o y bat art disposed to be aecommo* dating and Ut oar correspondent* have tholraay first this - ' ■ IC7 Wo are Indebted to Prof. Froniel for a copy of the Magruder Victory Grand Ma rah, a new plooo of maalo. composed by him, that la now attracting considerable aUoatlon. It la aald to bo very Una. Ho will farnlsh written copies at Gal* voston or Ijy mail at 13 per copy. mr Ob the 18th of January, wo reo aired eight honored dollars for several hospital food*, and credited the amount to the Ladies' Aid Society, of 8aa Antonio. It should bare boon credited to the Ladies' Hospital AaaooiaUoo, o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 February 1863

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 145 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1863 t y < Chug* of Ju'go Hillf-C. 8. District Court* Puklisktd at thsunanimsm requnt of tkt Grand Jury. immii or tbk Grand Jcxy You have t *sn trlH, cicc c' aid svorn n* • and Jury of , he Coi federate M .t> a<>f America, * r till* Dlhtitct. T|*e oath-yen have *ak*n defines the erhlt of your entire, aid birds > « Judgment ami cen cleo< to hi? diligent ai 4 true p. il"imance cf those unties. £ou hare eutete i lut a sol- mn r«y - nart with God and your country. ' t' «ir you *HI dili- gently li qsl'e Into aid trua pie enttnei t mal e of all such matte1* and thlnas as rh U be given Y " In charge ; that you will keep ntcret t1 e councfl of the Coufederste Htates, jour fellows and y ur own; that yon will pre eut no person from envy. h.Ured or irml- Ua. neither will you leave any i ersou or pr sented tor leve.ft'ar or furor, affection. or liopr of rewaro; but a will present things truly they cu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 February 1863

CJjt ^ri-88tcklir Ctltgraplj. HOUSTON, TEXAS. & H. CU8HXVO. Editor and Proprietor. TAB BIO URANDK TRADB. A food deal hu keen said eboat the eottoo trade I* the Bl« Grand* and the eotton orders issued by the military aithoriltes. These orders hare been construed lo vartola ways, aad bare boon from time to time somewhat conflicting with themselves oo much ■« that tt required nor* attention to them than has boon given bjr the ordinary ran of pee pie to know bow to get cotton eat or goods Into the country, from the nentral territory of Mexico. The question haa arlaen, Why restrict the trade at all T To thla It haa been anawered that an un- restricted exportation of cotton would result la the removal of this product from the eonntry, and we should got In plaoe of the bulk of It, either gold or foreign ezohango, tor hoarding, and thus the government would loso all benefit of It. Iven these who soout the ldoa that ootton can be made a powerful lever la seeming our recognition, admit th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 February 1863

X- t / ( s ) THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. < < VOL. XXVIII—NO. 146 HOUSTON. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1863 WHOLE NO. 3648 TAXABLE PATRIOTISM. for the Telegraph. Ignoring the immutable law* which govern human as well as phyaical nature, acme finan- cier* (?) account for the present depredation of our currency by the selfishness of planters, mer- chants or, '.the scape goats of all ages,) specula- tor*. Public meetings and public speakers de- nounce such selfish being* as traitors, and—prices continue to go up and Confederate money to go down. Much or this indignation I* virtuous und patriotic, but mistaken in the cause a* well as the cure. Some of it may be mere "talk about pa- triotism," of which nothing need be said. Selfish- ness does exist now—it has existed iu all time past—I very much fanr Utut It will rot ceaso with this war or "sa/vo surfers," the prtsent genera- tion. Undoubtedly ptUiotiom requires of ovcry eiiiien a cordial «upport of tho Government. Our rulors have a right to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 February 1863

&k Cri-S8ttMjt Etlqrap^. ■tf noi'HTonr, tkxah. K. H. CUSHINO, Editor tad Pioprletor. BBSS by eXI*Ress. from Arsni?. jnf A food (tout tfwn WMloA at thl* offlco, to whom good wage# will b* given. Wo prefer to hire by tho |«w- mT ' ? ***"'''" ' ~ yy A tableaux, concert and supper will be gtv*a * Richmond en tko evtiilng of the C4tb Jpst., for the benefit of Hope's Texas Brigade. ■ ,i <«w 4> * JP We ate Indebted to Lotfls de Planque, *r- tM,for a phologruph of the*'jifomjng Light,*' tho warship captured by oar force* off Sabine Puie. '■ i " JJjP Wo much regret to 1«srB that our old friend Jadge John B. Jones met with ft painful accldcnt, at Hempatead, on Weduosday morning. Going down stair* quite early la tbo morning, ho made* misstep, and fel|, broakfng his collar bono, and bruising bin considerably. jtj- Tb# article en Taxable Patriotism, in to- 4fiy> pfW,Wl attract attention for t!je sound- ass* of Impositions, sad the perspicuity of style. Bead Hand popdsr ojpoti thetru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 February 1863

wMEr zWi IMaori# VOL. XXVin -NO. 147 BT THE OR^iCE TKiLM. HormcoM, f ebruary SOtb, 1863. ^ K; lh« Orange Train we bare nv«r l day* tale Intelligence given balow. We are Informed by #UMopn that eur farce* hove euc eroded ta cat* tlug tha levee or theeliispl*sl{tpl below tha head •f the canal and flooding the out off, by which means tha fedbral workmen ou tha ditch hare been prater much swamped out. Tha death of Dt- 6al. Timmlus, of the Sd Texas, la confirmed. Bichmord, Jan. 31.-The lie raid, of tho fqty la r°lSiVthe' Senate, Tuesday, Saul*burjr, of Dela ^ which ho denouwead Liu nbecite. 71 ~s+ HOUSTON, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1863 Hi ' i ■ i ' . 'Mi l1 . Ml '■ II i I I i aalnTaa'al* ttScSa' theVice-Pre*ideutcuii*d him to order bew^^l. and finally ordered tbe •erge nt-ut-arma to fake him In custody. Saul*- a resolution of expulsion ; it Mai evor. Last quotation* of fold, 153. Exchange. 16« >i. EicaVoMD, V#h. 1—Tha Tribune, of the 30(h, arte ; On Thursday, Buruslde tendered Lincoln hia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 February 1863

'■A V^T L K. H. C H£5 P/oprietor. •rnaccuf SB htkj INK. w* at# j n* c arrangement admitted , . , f . proh.bfcleg slltvory. Atlho sahu H* , weoc . gallant bearing Mttewwlh-wwUM "Hi the* obvious •« !«•• for the South, «y JmUhac. dae to theUheingmoreorlsae JlOrlh-WCK or rB,|K*IUou. J l lJI V f towvoltrtiani.lng that eountfy :«ud throwing off the despotic yoke of the Wwblsgtoa dynasty WhethoMUese amount to anything worthy arten nym&u'mb* li it with ."iuoero reg«* thai we have to annouuse ' the death of this gallant officer. He wao well known to our oltlzauo sf>4 much beloved- Itarly in I'm present contest he took a p*o®tn4Dt part la rals- Inland drilling a company of young men in this city. Our citizens woll remember tho perfection la drill nttaloed by 1b« Confederate Guards, and Mtr proficiency In tho manual. When the 2d Texas wa wade up the first infantry regiment In point of feet raised in Texas* Capt. Timmins with his con-pany volunteered « nas4t. They have lie regiment ever ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 February 1863

•a n i r • - - ■ 1 "i 11,1. - JTOL. XXVI/t HV THE C!i\'tKAL TUAIX, IHE TRIWEEKLY -NO. 148 ijrjgarffl? ■ -*r- s '*" ■ I .. ■* SSSgggg w Houatou," Feb. as. liich waters still Interrupt travel, sua paiicn gersby to-day's train brioguo later new&._ 4| ~ W« learu frpn Drs. Oako# and Griffin, wi< came ptuwengers on the train, that tbe sninll po* or a very virulent typo, has mad* its appear- ance in Boiqae and Mill counties. Several deaths had already occurred. • TUe Water In the Brazos was receding slightly, although yet at a wry high stage. ~ Hotfsxoi«, Feb.24th,IS'jJ. Wq leirn from'Mr. Montgomery, of thU conn* ty, that he was informed by Mr. Hobbt j a goutla- man who participated in tha battle, tliht our forces un^er Gen. Marmaduko bad captured Springfield, Mo., together with its entire gurrlson, oommlssary etoros, etc. Gon. Marmaduki acuta dispatch to Gen. Holmes that he had been Joined by Missouri State troops until hla-coniruund num- bered 17,000, anil lie was perfectly compet...

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