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

SM<r M r®*1 * , li Cri-^SSetfilj fttltgntpj;. HOI7HTON, TlXAl. V. 1. CUiHING, Miter M Proprietor. TIRMS.-Trl-W^kly, 91 9< per ye* - ; single copies per U M. TUB SITUATION. ?<& i Um provi«|ona of tbe written law which >bonM alike (said la 1801 and again Id 18M, several tin as, Urn* ij tlpem, and In dftlaf ao, * veS In a bloody war, In Oar dispatch** brio* aa down to tbe l*th Inst Villi preparations imb to be general for Impor- tant movsaunts.vary JlUlehas been accomplished within tfce past few days. Tha raport (M* toUlWIH la marching Kentucky comes. W* presume, X)ro« Northern aoaroaa.T Wi hava raaaon la teller* It la not tha fact,though to Isqulto ponlbla that RumphreyMar aball la them with quits a force of foot, while whola division af horse li aappoaad to ba co-oper atlnf In a serloUs attack apon the Federal power there. The outrage commuted hp Lincoln's sol diary in breaking ap the Democratic Convention at Frankfort can batarouss tha feelings of tha oppressed patri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 March 1863

UBNEKAL UUUtTON'N orKKCH THIS CITY, MARCH 18th, 1S0J Laditt and /Wlou Citiuw.—With feelings of pi ure and friendly greeting, 1 one* agsln stanS betere an asse ulUfe ot my sountomea. As 1 behold this large itMiuk ni«, who. from ih-lr home* and dally toll, have come to greet oace again. the mm whoso often ha* known th*lr kindest* a d «fleeilon. I cao hut leal that even yet I bold a pi«ce la their hUh re gsrd. This manifestation of it la the "hlgheat com- pliment that can be p ld the clllaen and th« patriot. As you fa*<r* gathered bare to listen to The *ntt- mauU of my heart, knowing that the daya eraw nls b unto me, when ail taougbts of ambition ai d -Orlcll* pride aire plsseto the earne tne.->* of age, I know you will baar with ate. white with cslmaees sad with- •at tbe fcrrer and wioqulfue of youth. I express thoae aaotlmanta which aeeni attars! to my mlad, In view of the condition of the couutry. At I h/ve beenbntfettod by the waves, as I have bran horte a.eoj time * ocean, u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 March 1863

HH p | n £§$.' £ G ri sisssrPt 7 00fi k 4 ajaijmima TU RBI) JACKET.—will bo kept this year at my place, three miles from Houston. march 20-\w3t R S. BLOUNT STRAYED— From thU city, a dark bty iwtny, Wiltr t-ea* on tn« ™af*, heavy mnn<" snd IOBb II. «p vt-h I rund on right h!p. 7 yeata old. A re~ * (1 ' t II "vil| t.e mIv** 'or hln delivery t Loul* | j.lvi-rv Mht 2.V* 21* « NOTICE.—All persons liable to conscription are respectfully notified for t^e la t time to appear at the enrolling office, In Ilouiton, imme- il lately. March 80*"U. J. O. THOMAS, Unrolling Officer, Harris Co. Fifty DOLLARS HKWard — strayed from my residence nt Chsppell Hill, a bay atad horse, 4 years old, star iu the forehead, little white ou one hind foot,branded thus: B. I will give the aboVe reward for the delivery of aaid horse to me at Chanpell Hill, or twenty-five dol- lars for any Information that will enable me to grthlra. marS10w3t*. j a. dubditt. s CIlOOL BOOKS—I have on hand a good sap. ply of the fol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 March 1863

VOL. XXIX—NO. 5 BY PONY EXPRESS. OUR SPECIAL DISrATC'lIK*. V Telegraphed from Beaamont. The Telegraph line which has boen down si no* yesterday am just been repaired. We have re- teivedthe following dispatches by the Pony Ex- press : Beaumont, March 9fitb,'1863. Alexandria, March**.—The IJartford and Mo- nongahela haTi gone up to communicate with thi apper fleet. They cot flaely peppered while pan iuk Grand Golf. Nine tholt took effect in the Hart* ford. The steamship Cornerbla fro* Bermuda hat reached a Confederate port ia safety. She had l sen ehased for three days, and finally made her wav safe through five Federal war veselsthat wire after her. She bring* a valuable cargo. A portion of Morgan's m*a mart* a dash a few tiny* tlnoe upon the Louisville and Nathvlllo Rail- road and destroyed 25 cars. Ohase has ordered that no more 35 and 50 cents postage stamps shall be issued, on account of the extensive frauds against the Government. Kaluga, N. C., March 15 —The State Journal's Kin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 March 1863

Cfce Jri-Mfthln Sflegrapb >v..v * crop** Mtot fl yyopritw Tan8^-V«t l(lf |ll p4r year ; W| H Mpwm" slbfU « PI« edvertlslng * fM lilt*. ,f , >:. pfpiolm apt ^|XA ' 1 h^NVw V«rk Tribune of Feli^'ib. now before U, ii• p*P*r «' >• llttl* InMnM (o Taxless. A large portion of the piper W devoted to operations la«jM)d plans for the conquest of Teaae. • About the middle of Soptember last (he noto- rious John f,. Iltynes, Jack Hamilton, L'ireuso |TTBit. Mr. Castlaion will preach to-day •' II o'clock,It being Vast Pay, under the preelsms- lion of President Davis. Rev. J. B Oeruee will preach at the Method let church lo-algbt- , i """ ■ I ' "* ny We ltave receded from Mr. 0. V. Pstrlck, ofAadenon, fS, for Hoods' Brlgeds, ooatribntsd by If MUelil psissas. Mw.JwW. 8. We*, ft; , Dr. Callaway, 8 r Hie- Robert Dilllns. 3.* To- TTPThe Textaoetaken *4 Arkaneae Poet, have beea takes te<lbo Potomac for exchange. The Federal* could not suit then or as better. This vdfap., about 7 Texas regim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 March 1863

VOL. XXIX—SO. TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Ill — i «d mil—I III !■ I III Ml.. I ■■ mm> n mm ■■■■* i in. i i HI |1 i a0U8T0N. MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1863 l BY PONY_EXPRESS. ol'r hpecial dispatch em. 0 'T Telegraphed from Beaumont. Beaumont, March ?7th. Ai.nt DiU, March 25.—Tho Appeal eay* our Government mutt reiort to taxation, or the cur- rency will cnutlnue to depreciate. A Nashville dispatch to the Northern press say* ' Our troops fought valiently at Franklin, until their ammunition was exhausted. Our lo,s in killed and wounded, is estimated at three huu- dred,and we lost about 1UOO prisoners." Van I orn hurt somebody after all. Tho Rjchmoud Euquirer urges every man and every woman In the country to plant corn. Re- nounce cotton and tobacco, and plant every acre in corn and oats. Brad's army is in better condition and better organized, is larger, heavier And more bent upon the mission than it has ever been before. Mur- freesboro' wasa great flight, but the next will be a greater one. "KtvBE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 March 1863

Cjjt CiHBBUI Sckmt. SSiiSS ® . — — - Miaw a Jul lilma llumdl —ill H9VITO.X ?*aR<TO£ie fllllN* ,. /Sk.7« . '.1 ." . r• r TilK GKOHEAPUICAL AHOCNINT. lone 1MB* agoen article *pp* r*d In Mr paper Mri, "Virtk a Thought," In which there fd an attempt to give the nuom whleh had beea «!▼•* In ether Journal*, for an a'llanee with the "Iad*p*od*nt Northwest," and which wer* certainly worth thought. While tt 1 *0<>D«MMJ Oct that the Tele- graph wield* aa tefineoce In tb* Stale of Texas, and •hooh) ho guarded in what channel It direct* puMIe thought, It la not to bo understood that oar cour * to Muo reairicted, that nothing moat appear In our colmsna of a upoculatlvo or euagaitive character, for fear thattnflooaco may load the nubile mind astray Whatever w* deem worthy of a thought by the pea pie of Text* or ttie Southern Confederacy we shall publish, notwithstanding the anonymous scribbling* of those who may think tt behooves them to warn the publto of Via evil Jendenct** of our arti...

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

/ / u THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH: ifpl !t VOL. XXIX—NO. 7 HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1. 1863 WHOLE KO. im HOSPITAL CONTKIBUTION!-, liTf. REPORT FOB MARCH. . Bryan'* Ho«P TaI"—Received of LeanderCaa nou, #40; w. H. H. Baldildge.209 ; 0. L. Battle, 100 < Sau AttfoulO Lsdies' Aid Society, 333. To'at....... Received H*Yloualjr. •*82 ( . 910.030 03 19,718 05 10,963 97 Total am't received to 1st April......... Ain't remitted Dr. Bryan.*.... Balance on baud 8 434 OS For Galviston I^oo*.—Received of Mrs. J.H. Gibson,ftSOf Mrs W. A. Gibson, 15; Mr* W A Par- ker, 20; Capt. Straus, 200. Total, S255 00. This amoant was handed Jas. Sorley, Esq. EIood's Brigade.—Received of the Ladles of Montgomery, gdiNi; Ladies of Danville. 190; a friend, 30; Miss H Talbot, 10; Private J S Harlett, Co. B, 1st Texas Infantry, 50; a lady la Jackson county,50; Mrs Felix Robertson, 50; Mrs Barrett, contributed by citizens of Austin, 43ft; Mrs F R Lubbock, collections In Austin, 515; LeantferlCan- non,20; Ladles* Jlo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 April 1863

®bt Cri-SSeehlj ®tltgrap^. ■•OTT®1*' •X W iff r t THAI. *. M. WWBR U** —* y P«t<tir. TOJfS.—Trt-Weckly, INhv jfikr eoptaaSSc.; Sr-RT* advertising TUB SITUATION. ortopr we wer l%a lata hoar at whloh our dnptltkn HlHtpnvMiMi u from digesting • IHttllm article tor Monday's Trl-Weekly. IIwill noil* out ofdalelo-day. Um reports from Buk'i arm/ fully gratifying Intelligence^ revleasly received of the •AMI* of kli repslss at Fort HrtMi. Bis ves- Ml* badly damaged aad his army demoralized, he la obliged Is «•!! for til his available foroo from Pensaeola tad lower Louisiana to reinforce his shattered eelamn. Bo will not bo likely to molest the Texas soasl while this stole of things continues. The lime Is now short la whtoh he oaa accomplish any thin*. Another month will bring the enervating holts aad the raak miasms, that prove so terrible to Northern oonstltailoas auder exposure. Banks, ae a military man, has never been sue- csssful. Another freal tailors Is to bo added to hlsaliealjr re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 April 1863

J THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 8 HOUSTON FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1868 WHOLB HO. 8661 y .< BY PONY _ EXPRESS. OUH SPECIAL DISPATCHER. Telegraphed from Beaamout. Alexamdsia, March 30.—The Yankees, ialheir account of the lute affair at Port Hudson, sax it was the Albatross, and not the Monongahela. that pasted the batteries in company with the Hart- lord. They kown. Banks'Chief of Staff, Jno. S. Clark, in the late raid towards Port Hudson, had his horse shot un- der him by our piokets, and himself seriously, if not mortally, wounded. • A Washington dispatch says the Federal Treas- ury Department is provided with a sufficient amount of bullion to meet all expected demands. A s the lOtb inst. was tbe day flxed for the mar- riage of tbe Prince of Wules, the Canadians ob- served it as a holiday. A dispatch from Toronto, Canada West, dated the 7th says: There is a considerable number of arrivals from the States, of parties escaping the expected cooserlption. Twenty or thirty arrived i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 April 1863

mm I. ®|jt Ctltgntplj. nOI'NTON, M. H. CUIHUre, Kdkoc sad Proptlstoc. ft Una. 'yy| '.' ",|ar .' - t ' INCLftNim POLICY. A year ago or' more, who vh not looking for recognition by the British Government upon BUI grounds, Among whleh were enumernted tbe necessity of bslng supplied with eur eotton> and the abboreaee with whloh that dMnterested Government looked upon lbs elvll M whloh nil ooal4 foresee «u to drench U o of America In blood 80mo pretext, seme good ground, eomo sufflclentcause, wae all that Inglnnd needed to moke a demonstration against ths United State*, and In favor of tbe Southern Confederacy. Various mini Aim occurred. What we once ■apposed would be sufficient reason* «< taken place, bbtthere baa been 00 roaring of the British lion, and the mistress of tbe seas haa submitted to insult tad abuse from tbe abolition Government and been contented with tbe poor apologies which Mr. Seward baa offered for what has taken place When the BngHsh mall steamer was compelled b...

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

I TR1-W E E K L X TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXIX- ■NO. 12, i a. UOUtiTOH. MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1863 zxz- r-^* jgaaoeatg Y POiJY EXPRESS. river Frankfort Ol'R MPKCIAL IH8PATC1ICM. Telegraphed from Beaumont. A t.K.xt.vDRiA, April 8.—Th# fourth boat at tho : > the Red River Ik tho VIcksburg, that r',!c" 10099 from her mqorings and drilled down yfr m\ Vicksburp to tho enemy. Ciwcinn^ti. March 28.—Tha advices to-day arc •> the rebels are ou this side of the Kentucky r!. < r, in largri foree, consisting of cavulry, infant- ry and nrtilterv. Their strength is supposed to i"' from 1.5,000 to 20 000,and,they are eaid t« bo all >1 ' Mil oxperioncsd troops. J \ esturd-iy afternoon they were reported wi'hlu two ni.y miles of L' xiogton and other central Ken- tuckv towns, and moving in three column*. A t. >ui*ville dispatch, dated the 20lh, says that t.'!c rebel foroos that oncupied Danville are be- :j6\-v* t to have odvp.need. . i.■)!!:•• tract's Division has not returned, as was biii'-i't: '...

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

f|t CffPbtM; folepjjf ul Proprietor. 1< per year ; Weekly r jsISc.; adverttateg 5#e eats per month, $10. « Tk« Interior •# to a «r*at ««> ool of pa- triotism. Strike oat Houston, whers speee lotion la rift, tai Ik* people of tbia Stats ira tie mott —flill*rf i hMMl and nnsellah commonlty thai Us ubesiiiiftn*Tl*r ivar paaeed through. — IriMWlffi WUg. xgfKIKI OUT HOUSTON! " What to ! W« h*?• hoard Ibatromark In other days, emanating from a Jealoaajr, perhaps, when Hi iifloamii spirit of enterprlae whleh haa al- way* characterised Honaton laua waa placing hais la paint *f baaiaaaa« high up la tha a«ala of com. mental town*. But aome othar cauao movea tha editor of thel?laf when ha, cantomplatlnf with raplura thapatrlotlam of tha intirior of Texas, daalraa to "strike #• t tha abode of ■fa—toliimi Ym, atrtka oat Hteuton, and from tha^aff* of patrlotlam, endurance, hopeful- of.which tbe people ofTex- aaaaahoaat, take her proportion, and nark tha nCMttaa* Urtke out Honaton, beaauae h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 April 1863

■' ! -V/ y < < TRIWEEKLY VOL. XXIX—NO. 13 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1863 WHOL PONY EXPRESS. OMR SPECIAL DJNPATCHES. Telegraphed from Beaumont. Three women were crashed to death, and many limbs broken, on tho occasion of the royal mar- rlace festivals. j Tho Alabama has'.destroyed thirty-four Foderal ! vessels. ■ j Richmond, April 3—Neither houses of Congress j was In sessioto, having adjourned on accouut of Cincinnati March is. ibe observance of Good1 Friday* 'IKere are serions- apprehensions' now enter- Northern dates of the 30th have been received, talned that the great battle of thi* campaign will Tl,e ,,HPer8 re puzzled what to believe in rela- be fought this coming seji«on in Kdntueky. Two llon t0 operations on the Mississippi. thirds of tho rebel a my liive comn wist to rein-l Gen. Gilmore crossed Kentucky river lasts* force Johns on in front of ltoseer&ns. VirgintL, . , „ t „ , , into he KiK'tnloneil. dir«etionof Crab Orchard. It is estimated that tho number of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 April 1863

m.' ium, , i mmrnxmBsssgsssmmmmmmam Cfct Cri^SEttWs Stirgrapji. ■OVITOIf, TKXJIH. JLVLH Si TMUM.—trU Weekly, «10 P*r w ; Weekly HWWfi «lo*!« eopUs 8H.( •drertUliiK Ma pn 11#. i nnouncemanta per month, *10. n v*;cowro rToitg wantid at THIS OFFICE IMMEDIATELY, Price of com POVRor HI> OFFI position, tl par 1000 «a WATBD TO HIRE—A food atout negro, by tho THE ttlTr VTlO.N. Ths wori of command of Btnks is, H« d of «olt , 1MB lo th* left I nod having, u he r , pllthed all ho want up to Pork Hudson for, which moat have baan to flud oat ba coold go bo farther, lit la bow moving off IB attack Sibley on the Tooho. Ho will Had tha troopa tharo a mountain In his path, and when ha la repulsed will doubt, leas ratnro to Kaw Or leant nod declare he h s bo-. aompllahedBilbo went there for—if Sibley per- mits hia. If Slkley, however, abo aid amuso hlra IffUier# Ull Gardner ooild throw ten or fifteen thous- and from the defaneea of Port Hudson, Which •amber 1m can readily apare, upon *o retr of Ba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 April 1863

I HK TRI WEEKLY. T r •*. ■ <rviir.)ig'. - * -'•*1 VOL. XXIX—NO. 14 HOUSTON, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1863 WHOLB NO. 3117 W i. BY PONY EXPRESS. •®B SPECIAL DIMS* ITCHES. Telegraphed from Beaumont. Albx*m bu, April j!).—The following are the latest dispatches of a reliable character : Cnxi TAWooax, April 0,—Morgan vac attacked by the' Federal* at Liberty on Friday, and driven back to Snow Hill, where be bald positions ami the enemy retired. v Our treope uuder Col. Smith, reputed at Wood- bury on Saturday, fall back i;> within 12 miles of McMinvlllc. Lous, one killed a^id right prisoners. Kkoxvjllb, April 0 —Parties f(pin Kentucky report that Pegraui's command was attaoked Mon- day, March 24th, by an overwhelming Federal fjree of Infantry aud cavalry. After a desperate hand to band flifht, Tekram tell l ack six miles, the enemy not pursuing. Heavy loss en both aides. The Government ageut* brought out a large lot of o ittle. Vlckubuig, April 0.—The enemy has been with- drawing troops fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 April 1863

Cjit ffiri-Mtthb Ctltgra^. nOVRTOH, TBXAfl. f I. H. CUfHTNG, Editor and Proprietor. TBBM8.—T1I-Weekly, flff per ynr ; Weekly, ••peryear; singlecopies85c.; advertising Me. ytr Uh. Announcements per month, 910. ^tolRwrtme COMIHWITOR/WANTM>~AT (HI OPVICB IMMEDIATELY. prlee of com- poslUon.gl per HOP m«. WATBD TO HIBB—A good steat negro, by tho. , TMK SITUATIOM. M That vii a good thine at Chsrleston on the 7th, •aa of the beet things ve have had the pleasure ef ehronlclhig this year. Let us look at it Bver since the war began the federate have ewed a epaelai epita to that city. It wea the neet, •ay they, is which the rebellion wae hatched. But tar Charleston the Union would not hare been dl* Tided. Charleston harbor also wIs where the llrat hostile Mow wae struck. The fall of fort Sumter waa a hitter pill, and all tbe more bitter for its be lag the first pill of the kind they hail to swallow. Te wipe oat the disgrace of that conquest has bosn a popalar thought, Indeed a universal wia...

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

fHE TRIWEEKLY 1 KLEGRAlH 3 VOL. XXIX—NO. 15 UOUSTON. MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1863 *i WHO Lift NO. 3668 BY PONY EXPRESS. <>! £ Xl'tri.ili DISPATCHES. Telegraphed from Beaumont. ^ ai.xxanuria, April 15.—The Courier'arrived Irom Natchez this morning. There is nothing later from (Charleston. The following Northern dis- patches are from the Mississipplan of the loth. Sknatouia., April 8;h.— The Memnhls bulletin of the iiii, bus a dispatch from Hilton Head an- nouucinjj tlie arrival of Ericson's torpedo picker, | the "Devil" which fell into our hands] for which the expedition against Charleston had been wuit- in sr. i'he attacking floei it is stated would bo the Passaic, J'atap.-.co, Woehauken, Nahunt, Catsklll, Nantucket, Montauk and Keokuk all monitors, and tilt; iron frigate Ironsides. " Another dispatch dated Louisville, March 30th, savs the Confederates were driving: all stock they could seize in Ky., to sate points which they oc- cupy. Humphrey Marsh .11 was at Winchester with a lar...

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

Cjjt ®ri-8$tuf;Ig uoimroi*, vmxAtt % l|. CUSHINO, Editor and lioorltor. TIBMS.—Trt-Weakly, «1« por year.; Weekly, t« per ye*r; single copies iiilc.j adwsrtlalng SOe- per line. Announcements per month, $10, FOURor F1VH COMPOSITORS WA NTED AT THIS OFPIO.Ji IMMEDIATELY. 1'rioe of com- position , tl per 100U emi, WATED TO HIKE—A good stout negro, by the month or year. Apply to tbl* office. , TUli KRni'LTH. * From Confederate una federal statistic* we learn that over a half million of men have been •lain and diod in thla gIgantio war. la camp and upon the lipid, by disease,* exposure, shot and aheU, death haa claimed, alas ! How inany'of the ulen of the Bonth ! From Virginia to Arlaona thousands upon thousands lie beneath the soil upon whieh Iwo-ehoit years ago, they walked anl mated with hope, and buoyant with health, and the prospecf of lengthened day a and happiness. Tbe aoldier'a grave la everywhere, and rank vefeeta t ion marks the spot of many a sanguinary conflict Homea have been ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 April 1863

/ / / TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 16 HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1863 WHOLE NO. 8669 IMPORTANT FBOM LOUISIANA. OUR AR55Y STILL RETREATING. Hocston, April 20,lBtit. Col. J. B. Price, of the Texas and Louisiana •verland stage route,telegraph# the following to ill front Beaumont: Kj ecial to the Telegraph. Buaomont, April 20.—Blinks'expedition to the Aiche, Including land and naval force, amounted 0 23,000 men, according to ths statements of prla- vt era taken in the fight. They aay that there were 36 regimenta in the ex- pedition. The attack began on Sunday, and up to Monday «\ enlng the enemy was successfully repulaed. On Monday night, 15th inst., the enemy landed 5' 00 men about 18 miles in rear of our fortifica- tions, by which they were completely flanked and <tr forces vacated them, and drove back the f.rnkingparty. Here it was tliat Col. Kelly and mny other bravo mon fell. Tuesd <y our forcos fell back, to near New Iberia (-Li the enemy followed ua in two oolumds ...

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