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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 April 1863

A &|e Cri-SGSttltlj ®tltqrap|. BOVSTON, TEXAN. if1? & H. COTHIW* Xdttor Mi W pmrI dairlo ooL per lin. laaououmhu per boo Hi ♦10. WATXD TO HIRE—A good (tout negro, by the month or iur. Apply to tbla offl*e. POUBor FIVE COMPOSITORS WANTED AT THIS OFFICE 1MMBDIATELY. Prlc* of com position, §1 per MM ems. ' II TtfK SITUATION. m ■tff iu. mm mH a ■M .:w ■■■■ M<,l " pi (All 1 ll -■" * rW. U W "%<tp fi- ts#. m «>i x Bad nsws grows celt travels, ev*n fatter than wgood Mfi, and accordingly wo hops to-hoar mora ogrecablo ttdlaga from the Teohe whan the official report! are reoelvod, though nothing oan relieve Ike pa/ag which the loaa of our Texas hereea bring* to the hearts of the people of this State. We wart obviously misinformed as to the nam beteof oar foroos at Franklin. Our information waa "oflclal," and e&ld, "When the Sibley Brl gado reach** hare,wo *batl have 9000 men." The 8tblej Brigade did roach there, and all told therf ooold hare boon not more than 300i or QO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 April 1863

w THE TRJL- ydi/xxix—No. 17 TELEGRAPH. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1863 WHOLE NO. 8670 BT PONY EXPRESS. OUR SPECIAL DISPATCIIEH. Telegraphed from Beaumont. Alkiandr a, April, 23,—Seven Yankee gun- boat* are at the mouth of Red River, and one In the river a short distance below our fortifications. Oen. Hehert a id Stuff left here last evening for Monroe, their present headquarter*. Gen. Kiroy Emit. Is still here. Gon Sibley has arrived. Onr army, what re- mains of Gun. Taylor's command, is still falling back, fighting their way. They are alrendy this back, fighting their wuy. They are alrendy this (tide of Washington, closely pursued by the ene- my. The wounded and straggling have Just coin- menced arriving at this point. Unless Gen. Tay- lor is greatly reinforced, this town must fall in 3 days. I havo not been able to obtain a list of casual- tie* in the late fight at damp Blslanri. Humor gays our loss In killed and wounded In the three day's fight will not exooed 350. The town Is gr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 April 1863

j*t. r't fc- Wi? fit DOUSfON, M .ir^wg%' ■ csrssafc X. X. CDIHIBG. Editor aad Proprietor. TBS AM. II 9*' TNBMS.—TrW Weekly, glfl per year ; Weekly, •I par r «r; alnxle eopiea «5c.; adv«rtMng >• per Ua . Annfcnocmanja per mouth, 010, T IWWI CATfcQN. V The intelligence 'rota Lonlalana continue* to bo deproralng, not to My alarming* Taylor outgon •tailed and .driven from hia /ortifoattona, la (till IfUg, and Bank* purmiag Already have the fly ing and puraulng forces traversed near a hundred mllea, and atUl la thepursuit hotly kept ap. What wUlbctlq? result? What roinforoem«nta there are within reach we have no mean of knowing. That theM are a few thousand men le«aV d at different petal* within easy roach of Alexandria, we have been from time to time aiaurad. The trepidation of th* Inhabitants of that town, hqwavor, Uadato the belief that they have lost hope, and are look 1at for Banks to gobble them up when he reaches thera, with the same eaae he hat taken alt sooth of ' At the rate...

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

THE TRIWEEKLY TEEEGRiiFltf ■rrc:ttssjr VOL. XX1X-N0. 18. ttOUS'KWS, MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1863 BY PONY EXPRESS. out sriicm uixi'.in hkk. WHOLE KO. 8671 How iilli6 qici i u renin n i bidding adieu to Cok Reiiy < while on their way to join when next heard from he wo hOcked when tne me—Col. Relly U aliao It. l.yptsee minded, ietyyoua Telegraphed from Beaumont. Alexandbu, April 3$.—i send jou to-d*y by Pony Express u full a list of the casualties In the late flghtat Camp Btalandand Vermillion Bridge aa I h«v« been able to obtain. On Monday la*t, at 12 a. m.,the enemy wa« at Opetonsaa. Heisexpecled here in tlireu or four day a. *'■ The gunboats from below are expected sooner. The town is in great commotion—quartermaster s and commissary stores, guus and ammunition, machinery, public property, recorda, &c., are be- ing puton board atoamera now lying hore. Several families have commenced leaving. Our force* are 80 miles from here, at the end of the railroad. At present they only number ...

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

L. : *! • ., 1 &ri-8M5 Cdtpplj. f BswfL DOVNTON, TWtXAH. X. & CUSHWO. Editor and Pi op riot or Weekly, copUettic.; advflri1«lB« M>e. Announcements per month. $10. txrmh.—TiJ-weokir, $ « p« r«w $« par y«sr; single wtfmm* w- I THE IWl'IlU.^H UIiNT III I.I,. WepublUb to-day ihU bill, which excited a good deal Of diecussion io Congrats, and which will no deabt prove aeceptablo to the people. In an ar* ii^Iii which appeared in onr columns iom« weeks slaee, «• alludod to the natural aversion which theeitlsea had to having bis property seized, or Impressed under any circumstances, though In ttpee of war, when " absolute ntcessity'' requires Ufertile preservation of the army, or to accom- plish the eadsef that war, be lt of a defensive or Ofltastve eteraeter, the natural rights of tbo cit- !mb n«l yield to the exigencies of tbo times, ai d tbe Oemnandlag Oeneral b« the right to seize,fo i army purposes, the property which is ahohaeiy asesssery for the purposes we have named. Sinc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 April 1863

V. y < i . ? ti'r\ i fit • * THE TRIWEEKLY TELiEGRAJfH. VOS.'XXIX—NO. 19 # / BOU8TON. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1863 WHOjiB NO. 8672 Latter from the Bangers. Rtxtm1 Oi r, ) Su Milks prom Soilbtvillk, Tan*., > March «a,lM3. > Editor Telegraph: — Whilamow and then the tramp of war ecboee la the fur distance from the Valley of the Mlsslaslppl, the dram* und trnmp Han of an f dvanco on either tide are yet unheurd in Middle Tennessse. Bui the r>w w inds of March are humming, tho saturate! earth yivlda 1U« f to the warm spring sun ; and at ture as the galls 01 the esquinox, so sure the storm of bat tin ap prmohea. It may overtake us on tlua toil, or the theatre of actios may be changed to aoiue other locality. Our brigade ia buav along the front bo h picketing and scouting. Almo*tduily aotne of thu regiments come upon the abi>litionii>u4 ;<nd drive them b ck upon their reaervua. We cuanot aacer- tain their movements cortuinly. fc\>r daye it tins been rumored that they a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 April 1863

®|t &ri-®l«kls fttlrgntpb nOVHTON, TEXAN. Ww W x TBK HITrAT ION- is still Ilk* tbe >ou I or Job* Brown— "marching oa"-an« Ilk* that redoubtable hem doing altfhe mischief ho «<ui. Where will he get to nod wbet eta ho accomplish T am now ifao mIimhI qaesUoa* Wo give oar opinion, u asual. In <bta article, fro® tho light* before a*, and* expect it to b r# no aiaro weight thta the argument Jaitifloi Tho poMOMien of tho Mississippi river has been for more than a year a leading object of the Pod* tail. For tha laat tlx months, it has teen the on© groat object of their operations. For It they hare sacrificed over 100,<|>0 lives, and cpeat over 800. 800,000 of aoaej. For It they have tortured In raation and thrown all tho wealth of their almost aallmltad resources Into the enterprise. And wall might they. for If we continue to hold tha MlsetaVlppi, Hew Orleans romatasebar rea eonquest, and the North-west most, era long, pet its throats ofoeooss loo loto excootlon. if the f...

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

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXIX—No. 20 HOfiKfoN, FRIDAY. MAY 1 l*u8 :ut i letter from the Hangers. T WHOLK NO. 8678 Kangirs' IlBinQrAhTKr.i. Cmil/sfiom ^ fchelbvvilie, Tenn< «ee, > April 2d, 1663. ) Editor Telegraph'. — I write under a genial skv. Old March, tree to hi* character, pUvcd us many tricks on the weather question; bat now since he has gone, we will not write d irk record* against him, although he o tentlme* frowned tlpofi us and treated us with very great coldness. Hut we hire bid him farewell, au<i now we s ck a fr'end more congenial with our tssies, and cer- tainly one mote calculated to make us et intert- able. The old month left us amid a cold stor.a of three days, in which we experienced every pha e of weather exeept the agreeable. To add to our misery, two very severe rosts fell np^n the peach and plum trees, which were in full bloom, uud we fear that these delioious fruits will f«iil this sum- mer Should this prove so, it wi'l be a bOrltus calamity to ...

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

w ; HOSSTON, TEXAN tyT' X. H. CUSHJOre. Editor and Proprietor. ^55^*«l.Wtokiy, tl« por y—r7w*Ar UpwyNft ttafflecopies ttc.; advertising «0e per lift*. ^naeuaoomeata per Booth, 910. WHO DKPRKCIATBTIIB CUBBIttT 7 Wall, who does I Yob. How T Before answer- leg the question, let ui premise^ ssylng ire can- •ot expect the currency will remain at par, or aaythlng like 1t,whlle there Is a disposition exhib- ited apoa the partafour eiUsens to protctt againat extortion ud tpacalalion, aad jet encourage it.— Here in Taxat/.lt I* tald, because gold la ne- eeeaar/ to trade with Mexico, and people miUbaj gooda when they are brought here, it la a matter of perfect lmdlference to lhe merchant or trader .who it Importing from Mexico, bow much geld eoatt, «VBow maoh Confederate moo<y he la obliged to give ia exohange for coin, w he ma*ss the conau ' pay It all, be it little Of great, by the tariff pUoed open hli gooda; end thua a speculation It carried en In defreeiatlnf our carrenty; for those w...

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

\ 1 H !• VOL. XXIX—No. 21 JL JKJLWKEKLY • liOiJdToN, MONDAY, MAY A, 1863 m H-fP ' * Letter from the Banger# Correspon Jence of the Telegraph. ^ Nea* Fhelbvviluc, March 30, IStUI. Eugene Grifflin, one of our m$si gallant R«n- g 'rs, of company G, surrounded and captured at Triune, yn tho 28th December, returned n lew day? since, having escaped in company with Joatph s I'wti t, of company Ii,ut Springtli-ld Illinois, lie is oue of the most intelligent ana observlnsyoun;; men in the army. His narrative of his imprison inent. escape, aod incidents of his Journey, nre very interesting. I regret 1 cannot glvc)them inex- tene>; as it ia, I can only briefly allude to them. On thu day or two proceeding and in tho battlo of Stone River, there waa captured, of the Rujreis. W. B. Honchecks.Dr. d.Harris and J• a ph Stew art of company B; N. M. (Slaughter, F G. Kener day,company 0; John M. lleil, R. B. Shipp, P. J. Watkins, company D; W. B. Bird, 1 . J. Ilall. company I?; Jos. A Holman, compan...

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

• f *r j ^ in i Hi ■ ?ri-®9tfhl5 ^tUppI) , uouyofi, TBXAM ;UBH^pQ. Sdttot and Proorlftor. * IH.—Tri-Woetiy, 81« per year ; Weekly* )(iri ^n*leo"ple 85c.: id «r<W | 80s. Antlouuo" men's p* mouth, $10. # [R t«plp o^orf ON* let it Mill the t"plp or%onfer«Uon. Whit • h«« done and whtt be will do ate the nul- I thems wO'idRrmont. ThU|| ' Isno trifling mer to dial with I* (WirOT aodsrstood. ng marched-up the vallef of Ike Teche and rod It, opposed In bis coorso by compare- y nothing, ho a# hut aoeouuts stnjppod short pnlnt 40 te 80 miles helow Alexandria, eri* y rearing to tahi) a country ao easily T)nld*l tin. Tbn motto of Laoeoon baa probably o<M d to him- Bo fears « yielding, mora than A tinjp «cfimy/ and snuffs danger la the giftol a an iterrltory which he did npteome'to tako. e ha* stopped hie advance at Holmesvllls and undertaken to fortify Washington. olmesvllle le a safe point for him V> bl at. It .boat 40 mllea from 8im*port, and the saaAlls- ce from Washington. While ma...

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

TRIWEEKLY VOL. XX HMJHTON. WEDNESDAY, OPERATION8 IA|X FALL IS MI3S9UHI* tie sre Indebted to a friend for a c«p of Iho fallow tg official report of ibe n|ifr#u«ii in Mle- sou I last lull (neter before published). of which we have hitherto known but life. Tbe icporlia luoldand aatiifuct ry.—(En. T*b) HEAD QUA KTKRS FI ELT) TMVIS10N, Cattr CorrKK Mo . Uo.fi.l, I Hit!. Gknkk couf irmiiy with jr oro «lera. the troop nndor mv o mim wi'ttied 'run o-tmp. nt Hoot's >lill«, .Wo.,on the raoi nl&g of lhet!4*.li Hep- to in be . end moved northwest bv w.yoll'l evi lo. for the purpose, of 'oriuloga jatoiion with O il. Kheliiy, («bo w g et that ilro- in command of a bri- gol-i of Miss u'l o iv<« I ry which wits effected ou Die ev. nlug of V e Sll h at th- llig Soring, tie«d or l <liuu Crock; uud 1 uasuiucd cumuuud ou the 87th • 0 >1. Hawpe's Trxai Regiment und M'J. nryan'* Cherokee "miuMou wore or<l* r<3'i lo Nuwiuulii t mid the mill <tl that place w.e pu in operation, 'or ...

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

■HMW ' Cjjt ^ nOIITON, TUXA4. .' r-ipwy.y^" E B. CCBHXMO. T1&M&.—TO-Weekiy, 918 per yur 5 Weekly, If per year; *fta«le eepta SSa* advertMag We p«t Una. iutaoKBnti per month, $10. A FgEK fOtsSVi « , „«j We are straggling for that. Oar aim Is liberty restrained by wholesome and Mlulurj laws—a sotinti'y uot oaalaved, where rights end privilege* mj be *ecare„and no arbltrart 4r despotic power be (nrld Or tolerated. A Government where the people are aoverelgu Mid .their will la the lair. For thl*.*ert of freedom and Uril character af OOTerlsinaat.Ua ioldur U fighting, the legislator U enacting laws, the farmer la cultivating caten- ate Selds of fraln, and the Women of the coun- try ply the needle and the loom. Every patriot looka with enalous eye upon the passing areata, aad watches the polltloal horizon with mora than ordinary solicitude, pending iha fearful war which sonvulses Christendom. aad app|1« mankind. Atwhtta fo&rful'eost are we porehaalng *ur llbertjr—our way to It...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 May 1863

A •Jt v -i-J*.. THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAFfKS-* ™ "° ** HOUSTON, FRIDAY, MIY 8. 1 h ;3 " • VOIfc XXIX—NO. 23 ^TMI UM Rlohmond WHOLft Bnqulrer. (f< 1*1 ftaot Day Io Cuir CUf r t -y ft?. •' rbweof. r 1. **)*'* Uf tfMQatat mora profoundly '* ¥25, JIM,*,r thus tha following ft**- of o dl**our*o to oar Oonfedwate* now rnmktesin Oamo Chose. Ohio. It rU brought to •••*• 0®e*r Just returned from hit captivity} sadtho paper on which it vu written was con- cealed la a cake of bread. The noble patriotism M *irosptiv* brethren, tha ardent seal of Col. OUlaapie, *ad tha taaoleal interruption of the soak** oflear of the guard, frrm a picture abich t OHMehti will contemplate proudly not without toare. ■''*1 fsst >ir siacooasa March 87,1863. by Ool. O. 0. Gillespie. the 35th Uiy, before tha Confederate officers nd re IhCamp Chose, prison No. 3. Intli&M and Fellow-Soldier* : 1'hU Is the ■"'day appointed by our honored and pious President of "testing, humiliation and prayer," >> that the'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 May 1863

fyt fcri- uovxom *Wrietoi •o p«r l^SSS^S^Xm2 ,TPE«gwwu<;y.ui. 4ti tft« Saw Tork Wprld. of the *!• ef January ...Wat.tUsro appoe«^|n «rticla*• tub is at# or war . t« W ■ h,ch «*• editor Of Iha* phper -deetalrea •h** *•* toe*D * „j,t,i ct,..,« KiMwkiai *" ™ 2? 0'meat, *ad 'da*e#<aeeat«g i&< w-aart^aad u * 4 singularity of tt.'spwmteUwie-o* mttteoariene, having 'dJUMSJCT*>; geott la Ratagibe fleaa of U>* • * J WWH' ,/. i " Viokaburg Mid tori rin<lt©*,.®ast bo defended At Kit hkitrda, lays Jefferson Davis, and it I# quite clear that be comprehend* the movem*nta of ,4fca „ M«a In tho attempt tolake • * 'riPtirtedty trltanburfc 1a Virginia, 0*0* amy pkpOT rroto Which VI quote, 'MDto «>•" *>* portions oTthe Cbttfadew*.* Theaglttfce World deemed It pr*H#W W ^ W«ulU of i ho "new* pel toy,** gat H alaimod for M many tdvantagW, ulA6tt wkWtfllwM argaed " '*•* •« point of (tea it fSWT*# okortost limet on toMck to mom," audit waaeeatended that although th* force# oflbf...

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

■ 4 THE VOL. XXIX—NO. 24 TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. " H0U8T0N, MONDAY, MIY II, 1863 ' " WHOLE NO. 8877 LATI MLIORAPHIC MWH. ' i W# aija indebted to i friend for Jackaon paper* •f April 92nd and 24 th from which we take the fol- lowing Uto Row*. Ipeelal to the Appeal. Paboi.a, April 23,-The altuat the country north of hero ii no Plaaaable theory for the expedition of the Yan keea la that they intended to break ap Ghalmeri orgaaisation. The expedition via Row Albany who*e*tren" " the moat whoa* strength baa been greatly exnggerated was Intended to break np the regiment, there being or* organized by MaJ. chalnm*. The test aa then tio report la that the Sard la col- umn divided at Buokanort, and a portion moved towarda the Obarleaton railroad. The reinforcement* from Memphis had not eroiaed the Coldwater.. ' \ Rxcept plundering, nothing was accomplished by tbladeiacbmeut. Chalmers has been strengthened Instead of weaken- "r command l anxious to push forward. In living through the country, fea...

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

le tbo mtUtaar. 4 kaa*oe*moete per saeath, gio. I I would permit. The only jagalast trading acroea tha enemy's lines, and FIT . the** ordo W* greet I ISTS ID* It will be MM tut iluudite kM been fSll „ A^,f'd,^LcU>th ar* y mighi I Bailor the Igbl kevo remelBCd order* were of|mt advantage la enabling Umb lo prtwrt .sup- are not of those who Mlln* that rich m oura the iqipllii of our mainly be produced aaueg us.— IcUoni, for losteaee, cotton cards 3SJK por pair, and VO boaa made lakon by Iho gunboeta, apparently beceuse pteshonldT lMkP°ap*fa prematurely evacuated through faar of Banks, I &c military aa lla *hl*ld and protection, and |W 11 all tha adranUgoa lta situation require*. lata* ail which rendered tbo evacuation of Fort DeRnscy Wo lo dltpato tho passage of Ik* enemy op iho river, foil back to more disputable grouad above Alexan- dria ' z. __ * . COTTON. Bat .. Ih-t | until iho Government which oontrole th* military iu>boaU IflTao It liooBM to nana** trade. It oaaaot do...

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

MAX' IX VOL. XXIX—NO. the central Turn. We receive to-d#y by (be Central train full Ale* of Jukion paper*to 2ft, ud Natch*a 't*te- of 2ith, from which we take (he following: - ' Richmoup, April 13.—Northern dates of the 21st have been received, Booker has issued an order regulating the action of realmenta where the times of nervloe co<>n ex Ire.— Reglmenst re-enlUUugwlll have a furiougb. Thpse decllolBR In a body, vlU be mustered out. Large Union demonstrations had beta held ot Balti- more and New York-men. Ncott prodding «t'the i**t. Anionic tbespea«ers were..Van Buren a-d Dickinson. TheLeglslature of New York aoproprlpi 1 ited a ml • Uon of dollar* to defend the harbor of the i lty. A telegram from St. Louis of tbe 20th. claims the rebela were de'eated at Fayettvllle on the 19Mi. One of the rioters at Dauvllle, Indiana, hail been re- moved to Georgetown, where a force was o g.nized to resist his *rre*' by abe military authority. Several of lee leading democrats from adjolnli...

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

She Cri-JBEttUj Ctltgrjj | ■•«nrr#i«( tixai. x. h. ovssnra. uttov m TBEMi—Trt-Weekty, til pw yew i w*to, 9« per yoe l sfaagto oopiee tie.) idrariMi| M> Hr Una. iuiunawUp«r aoath, flO. YANKEE CONSCRIPT ACT. Tbs Aagusta Chronicle baa had tho pleasure Of convening with a CeiMiiM* «®eer. who kli Jnst returned fro* Mew York. He could Ml hold written or verbal oooMBlMtloa with any one bat from the toao of tho press', and hearsay, ho waa satisfied that tbo eonacriptlon tot *111 not bo enforced,and if attempted will aiikibloody work. Uo board on offloor ot tho Government declare that if It waa attempted, tbo war occasioned bj It at tho North woald bo mora bitter than thatnow going oa between North and Sooth. Tbo offloor atatod ho mefwlthmaoh aim path 7 among the people of tbo North. Wo generally plaee very little reliance In tbeeo newapapor reporta of parties who have boon North or Sooth, aad or preee optnlona, not always founded en, or origin* ting In a proper arproolattoa or anderatand...

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

THK TRIWEEKLY TELKGRAi'H. A VOL. XXIX—NO. 26 EOTISTON, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1863 WHOLE NO. 3679 thk Uttlk boy that di$d* ?<w tt th< llflB - MWHltWtfft .ttOrRBNOKV I am all alone in my tbamber bow And the m dnight hour la near, . And the embers' eraek—*b<1 u e otoek • anil Uck Are the only sounds I bear; • And over niyaoul, In ItaaoHidde, , ( Sweet feelings of sadness glide, , And my heart add my wei are Ml when I iM#fc Of tho little boy thatdled. t m, ti, ft t>"' - ^ 1 went, one night, Jo my father's house— Went home to my ktudred all, And softly I opened the garden gate, And 'softly the door of the hall. jfV mother ciuie oat to meet her aon; She kissed ine, and then she sighed, And her head fell on my neck, and she wept For the little boy that died. And when I looked on hla smiling face, As still and oold ha lay, . • • And thought how like the sweet blossom hia life— Like the blossom,how swift his decay : " Oh, death ! thou lovest the beautiful." In the woe of my spirit, I c...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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