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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 April 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 18 HOUSTON, MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3513 BY SPECIAL KXPUES8! TWO DAYS LATER Beported Plana ol the Enemy. Pregrrav of the Bombardment. KXO., UIC., ETC. The train arrived Saturday morning with two days later papers, from which we lake the following intelligence - Special to the Picayune. Memphis, Avail. *21.—There is a report here, on ttie autlioiity of advices from the West, that the Federal tiO'p« from New Madrid are passing round by Cairo up t!>e Tennessee river, to reinf tree Grant, to the number, it is believed, of 20,000 men. The Confederate prisoners captured at Island No. 10 have been taken North. It is reported here that the Federal Gen- era), Siegel, is dead, at Keitsville. His dif- ease was sa>d t i be pneumonia. Heavy rains have fallen here for the las* four days. The country is flooded, and military movements are held to be impnp- sible. Corinth, April 21,1862.—All is quiet here. Nothing from the front. The Cincinnat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 April 1862

* V J til- tri-Wrrklf ▼KXAS. K H. CtJIHIHO, Editor ui PnptMtor. MONDAY .APRIL 28, 18«2 N«Ur M Aiy«ri|*tr>. Tile r**u!«r ArtvrrtWt'K of the T«l *r ph 1* m - Rndad until fu'llicr nolle*. Advertisement* will pub'tabtdln the Teln-ranh '-mil 'he regular ml- v«rtMw I* twiimtd, at 3ft oenU per Dm for each n- SSBSS TV# COHPOUT0RH Applr it till* oflU>« IsaWlitoli. WANTKD. Our brother of tho Item i« again rejuood, we bope bat for abort time however. Hjr |The recent {tost doee not appear to have done any material damage as far as we have ... No mad interruption baa Colorado (a said to that the atngea can Anttln. The a week. Tbe h; ho high fggT We learn that Johnson'* strong, is on tbe mora of these boys papers regiments '• shall hear days. Clark Downes, a drummer boy in Moore's regiment, sends home a large lot of Federal piotures, taken in tho Federal camps at Corinth. Some of them are amusing enough. We are informed by a gentleman iifc/rom Corinth that Col. Moore, of the is regiment, wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 April 1862

i 1* From the H nBtn Camp Bkalbkuabu, near Corinth, Miss., \ April 10th, 1862. J E. H. Clinking. De*r Sir,—-^Tlie long suspense has been broken/ The grand Southern rally has been made, and a new era has beeu open- ed in the war. The oonfliot was terrible ; it seemed a death struggle with both arm- ies. The one was flushed with recent sue cess, and composed of the very best troops in the Federal service, strictly disciplined and admirably equipped. Tim other was impressed with the conviction that defeat here is ruin, ami with everything that can inspire men to deeds of valor, tbey enter, ed upon the unequal and desperate conflict. On Saturday, the f>th inst., our prepara- tions were complete for attacking the eue- my. lie was on this side of the river with a force ot'65,000 men, oouaiatiug of the di- visions of flenerals Smith. Sherman, Wal- lace, MoCletuand and l'rentiws—Grant commanding the whole'. It was known that Gen. Buell was pubhin^ forward with •'10,000 more. This junctio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 April 1862

< I.e. tor • fUeu. A.* J hw un i« Ihr rrmU *< lit. In tbe Cot.f«.der.tie House of Represen- tatives, on tb« 7tb lnet, ihe following pro- ceeding* were had: Mr. Wi'eox. of Ala' *ai*. Introduced Joint rela- tions oi thank* to Provld'neefor the great victory in the Weat ; and of sorrow at the the d<*ath ot Oen. Albert Sidney Johnston, '1 lie resolutions w*re adopted. Mr. Barks ale, of Mltsisslppl—It was not my purpose to submit any remarks to this Home oti tti« resolutions in the testimony of the gratltod of Congies* 'or the gal antry displayed in ih' Valley of the Tenor* a«Uy the Confederal* lorees, and of respect or the memory ei the great and food man who wai chief In command and who I- reporied to have fallen while leading tils column to victory. The hlghe*t duty which a people ow* to those who yive their llve«to the eta e. ta to protect, an Impaired, their goon name, and to tranimlt It. without bleaUh, to succeeding generation*. Sir, If the melancholy tidings which but (h...

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

MM THUMB ■fpgrn, APRIL n, isit. BT SPECIAL EXPRESS, DIRA8TSOIW INTELI.I6ENCB. New Orleans Probably Fallen. Bleu Etc., Ktc. By the arrival of the train at half pact one tbii morning, we have three days later intelligence from the other Btatea. Oar friend. Ool. Q. W. Carter, has returned from Richmond, and to him are we indebted for the fol- lowing. He la jut from Richmond. He saya President Davie la in improved health. He feela ihe preaaare on theoountrjr, bat ia hopeful. Qen. Lee is in line health and very hopeful—thinka we can hold our own and defeat the enem* at Corinth and on the Peninaula. A fight ia apeedily looked for at the latter point. The enemy la disposed to fortify hie poaition ao aa to keep our forces at that point so that he may move hia forces to some other point not so well prepared to resist them. We shall prevent this by attacking him. MoClellan is there in person, with 100.000 or 120,000 men. On Thurday, ,34th, five or six Yankee gunboats nassed the|forta on the M...

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

the age of eighteen years, or over tbe n * of thirty- Ave year*, who are now enrolled In tbe military ser- vice of loe Confederate State*, tn the resimeuia, hat- tallona and companies hereafter to t*-oig.inlzed,t>hali be rt uulreu to remain In their respective companiis, battalu nc, and regiments lor ninety day^ unless treir plate can sooner be supplied by other re- rrulta >>o> row In the cervlce, wlm are between the u«'K of eighteen and thirty-five years, Mud all law# and pari* of law* providing for tbe re-enlistment of volunteers and tbe organization thereof into com- panies, squadrons, battalions or regiments, shall be, and thb name are hereby repealed. Sue. 8. Be it farther enacted, That such com- panies, equadrons, battailous or regiments or*an- iaed, or tn process of organisation, by authority from the Secretary or War, aa maybe within thirty days from the passage of this act so far completed as to havo the whole numberof men required for organization actually enro...

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

iouston, Miv ist, m . :; tv mwtal exprknm TWO DAYS I.ATKR ' NEW OKLKANS FALLEN. Gallant Spirit of the People. By the N. O. train at 9 o'clock last night, we have two days later news, embraced-in tho N. O. papers of the 26th and 27th, for which wc arts greatly indebted to Judge Love, and Capt. Smith of Galveston, and E. II. Wilson, Esq., of Brazoria. We have no intelligence from beyond New Or- leans, except ruinorH, which of course are unreliable. They are to tho effcct that a battle was going on, both at Corinth and on the Peninsula. . Tho rumors are to be reeeiyed with a great deal of doubt, though the battles were both expected. from fie N. 0. Delta, 26th.) Tho City Council met last availing it) res pome to uti invitation of tho Mayor. to take into consid- eration tbe state of alMrs now exlstiug. Tue Mai or seut iu a uiessnge, which was read, and the Council thou adjourned until this morning at 10 o'clock. The Mayor's message aud such resolu lions as the Council may adopt, will ap...

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

of vuoii an Ml; nor could [ fiud in my «n- lire constituency so wt etched and desper- Hit- it tenegade as would dare lo profane witli liis baud the sacred emblem of our aspirations Peace and order may be preserve! with oik h resort lo measures which cou'd not fill to woun<1 (heir susceptibilities and tire up (heir posaitius. The obligations which 1 shall asniiniein their niime shall be religiously complied with. You mny trust their honor, though you ought not. 10 count on their submission to unineri'ed wrong. In conclusioo, I beg you to understand that the people of New Orleans, while unable, at this moment, to preveut you from occupying this city, do uot transfer (heir allegiance from the Government ol their choioe to oae which they have delib- erately repudiated, ana that they yield simply that obedience which the conqueror is enabled to extort from the conquered. Since writing the above, which is an answer to you" verbal oomomuicatiua of yesterdsy, I have received a written co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 May 1862

\ THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 23 HOUSTON. FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1862 =r=r: WHOLE NO. 3518 LATEST HEWS. Important and Glorious Reports. GREAT BATTLES AMD GREAT VICTORIES By the arrival of the train from ileau- mont this Thursday morning at 2 o'clock, we have no papers at al1, but a report by passrngers of the greatest battle yet fought, having taken ptaoe ii| Virginia, on the Rappahann >ck river. Our army wa« under the oommand of Qen. J. E. Johnson and Gen Lee, both of whom are reported among the killed. The enemy was oom manded by Gen. MoClellan who was also killed. The enemy was defeated and routed with great loss. It is reported that there were 50,000 men left, killed and wounded, on the field of battle. This report was brought from New Or- leans to New Iberia, where it was met by Mr. Cotton of this city, who was on his way from the mouth of Red River, and by him brought here. The same intelligence, substantially, Is brought from New Orleans by Berwick's Bay to Sabine Pas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 May 1862

Crl-HrdUl CeUgwplf. mouaiuni texas. X. BL CUSHDrO, Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY .... MAY 9. 1862 TBI PHOVINCB OV TEXAS- We used to think that Texas wti always regarded as a little outside corner of the ■world by the U. 8. Government. When in that Government we contributed our full ehare to its resouroes and glory; but when- ever any of the benefits of a Government irere wanted we had to rely en ourselves. To bs sure the Government used to keep *n army depot here and expend a million or so ef money about San Antonio, bnt San Antonio was but a small part of the •State, and a million of money the most trifling of all considerations for our volun- tary subjection to that authority. If we wanted anything done for our harbors ws had to do it oureelves. If we wanted the Indians whipped we bad to do that. We had a population of over fire hundred thousand and but two repressntatives. We had 400 miles of ooast with seven harbors and not a fort. In fact we were, to all Intents and purposss, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 May 1862

ROUGH NOTES From the Diary of one of Gen. A. S. John- ston's Aids—Maj. D. M. Hay den, giving an account of what occurred under his per• sonal observation in the battle of Shiloh, 6>i Sunday, April 0, 1802. Ou the morning of April 6th, I left Cor- inth and arrived at Monterey about 1 o'clock, and here witnessed the moet pain- ful eight that a soldier is called uj on to see—a deserter was shot by order of Gen- Bragg. While lunching, Clanton's Alabama cav- alry company brought in as prisoner a Major and two Lieutenants, one of them belonging to the staff of a Federal General. The prisoners were all handsomely mount- ed. A few minutes after ten or fifteen more arrived, who said they were sur- prised. Gen. Breckinridge arrived at sundown, and a council of oftioers, consisting of Gens. Johnston, Beauregard, Bragg and Breckinridge was held. Gen. Johnston ordered the grand attack to be made on Saturday, the 5th. But at 12 o'clock at night a dispatch was received from Breck- inridge stati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 May 1862

aga. Yankee Aocount ef the Battle of Ohiloh, * • > . • -vJ# flM %wB8wp : • iW": A TfHlDB Uf 0HOM8 FALWBHOODN We oopj from tbe Philadelphia Inquirer of the 10th inst,, the Yankee account of the great battle in the Southwest, the oon elusion of Which, tbe reader will peroei«e, embodies some of the tallest lying record only relieved by the admission at the outset that their loss in about 20,000 The statement is headed in large types as followa: " The greatest battle fought on the American continent—One Hundred and fifty thousand men engaged—a desperate contest of two days at Pittsburg landing— glorious result to the Union army—the Rebels routed in all directions—heavy lo s of life—Generals Grant and Smith wound ed—rery heavy loss of rebel troops, in killed, wounded and prisoners—rebel commander, Albert S. Johnson, killed— the renegade Beauregard bad an arm shot off—a terrible retribution has befallen the rebels," &c., kc., &■}. Pittsburg Lauding, April Otb, 8 20 P. M —One of...

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

jf- J , jt y , / 4 y y ' • /. *- > • V HOUSTON MAT 10th, 1862. BT SPECIAL EXPRESS! More of the Great Battiest Our Army Certainly Victorious in Virginia. Johnson and toe not Killed, Our Army Idareking on Washington. Beauregard Advancing, TWO GUNBOATS CAPTURED. JSTC. * ETC., ETC. By (he arrival of the New Orleans train at half past one this morning, our special express, Capt. Turley, brings us the fol- lowing gratifying intelligence : A dispatch is reported to have come to New Iberia from the Mississippi river that we bad had a big battle on the Peninsula, in which we had killed, captured and woun- ded between twenty and tliir'y thousand of McClellan's forces, and had routed the whole force, and our army was on the inarch to Washington city. Neither Lee or Johnston were killed, but both were The same duprtoh also reports that Beauregard had had several heavy skir- mishes in which he had always been vic- torious and had capture two of the enemy's gunboats. Our Expressman rocoivcd th...

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

I < State* foroec, and thai therefore he (Gen. Jag*) would prefer to disband bit forces ana, not act any longer. To this the United Butts officer, whom we have since learned is Major Butler, Aotiag Provost .Marshall, replied that he would prefer i hat there should be an interview between Geo. Butler and Gen. Juge before the lat ter shouid finally deoide to disband bis brigade. This proposition was acceded to. After the interview in the Major'* ofbo , Gen. Juge oame to the deteroiinatiou to disband his baigade. This being under- stood, the Mayor ordered out an extra poliee force foi the better protection of the oity. The True Delta says the Federal soldiers have been withdrawn from the City Hall. It also says there is a great deal of drunk- enness displayed by the Federal soldiers, and regrets it, as it may lead to difficul- ties. The True Delta contains a copy of the correspondence of the Mayor and Comman- ders of the European Brigades, by which they were disbanded. The letters a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 May 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 24 HOUSTON, MONDAY, MAY 12, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3519 t BY SPECIAL EXPRESS! AUre of the Great Battiest Oar Amy Certainly Victorious in Virginia. John sen and Lee not Killed* Our Army Marchlag Washington. Beauregard Advancing, TWO GUNBOATS CAPTURED. JETC. ETC., ETG. By the arrival of the New Orleans train at half past one this morning, our special express, Capt. Ttirley, brings us the fol- lowing gratifying intelligence; A dispatch is reported to have come to New Iberia from the Mississippi river that we had had a big battle on the Peninsula, in which we had killed, oaptured and woun- ded between twenty and thirty thousand of McClellan's foroes, and had routed the whole foroe, and our army was on the march to Washington city. Neither Lee or Johnston were killed, but both were wounded The same dispatch also reports that Beauregard had bad several heavy skir- mishes in which he had always been vic- torious and had oapture two of the enemy's gunboats. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 May 1862

<tri-Dffhlt} GLrlfgraM. UOVWruNi TEXAS. X. H. OTTBHarO, Editor mi Proprietor. . , : =g= MONDAY MAY 12, 1862 A Coll'* 5-shooter, for ult at thi* offioe. M|TCo1. Geo. Moore's Thh cavalry regiment passed through Shrereport lax w#ek< , . «efce .' VO-We are greatly obliged to Mrs. John T. Brady of this eify, for a bunoh ol large and fine onions, grown in Houston, from Louitana seed. The seeds were planted with the first rains last fall, and have just matured. They art equal te any ver imported. We believe Mr. James Burke has them for pale. , We understand two of our best eommand*, Dj&Bray's cavalry and Brown's nfltntry, L been attached to one of the most important commands now in the Con- federate States; one where not only ad vejnures abound, but where a salubrious climate guarantees health. We shall ex* pect to hear good accounts of them. They are both made up of well disciplined troops. (0U We leainthat as the down train on the B. B. B. & 0. road was soming into Richmond...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 May 1862

The Confederate Flag Planted by a Houatonian on the Waters of the Pacific. IXFOBTANT TttEATY WITH 80N0BA. ETC., ETC., ETC. Special Correspondence of the Telegraph. , Mksilla, Arizona, \ April 17,1862. ) E. H. Cusbinq.—Col. Reily, C. 8. A., arrived here yesterday, aooompanied by a small mounted escort. This officer was dispatched by Gen. Sibley on a mission to the QoTeroor of Sonora. It is understood he has succeeded beyond all expectation, and under the most discouraging circum- stances. His success is of great impor- tance to this Territory and the a' my of New Mexico. This is the second formal recognition of the Confederate States obtained by this officer, and opens to cur flag tbe port of Guaymas. Col. Reily has marohed, in 61 days, over 1400 miles, negotiated a treaty, and is tbe first officer of the Confederate States array who has carried the Southern flag to the waters of tbe Pacifio ocean May many others soon follow. On the night of the 2d March, Colonel Reily, with a small ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 May 1862

MOKE OP REW ORLEANS. COMMENTS OP THE PRES ETC., ETC., ETC. - from the DclU oftki U t6 take tb« following, being nearly its whole oon tents The fmW«i Q The lapplj of this large population with the bmwIm of life, Ti for th« present Um question of the greatest moment to our people. It is estimated, by those who are well Informed on the subject, that there are not now more than six days' supply in th« city. Unless the Federal authorities take measures to open the communications with the interior there will be serious want and trouble. In Bed River, we learn there are several steamboats loaded with eattle and flour, for the supply of our people, which wou'd come here, if they received protection. The deoision of this question admits of no delay. If our people are prisoners of war, it is the obvious duty of the captors to feed them. The Federal prisoners, who were held io this eity for some months, were sumptn ously provided for. Indeed, the fare af- forded to them was superior to that wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 May 1862

A & THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 25 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3520 LATEST NEWS. Telegraphic Dispatches to the 3rd. Etc., Etc., Klc. Houston, May 13. Capt. Ed. Williams, of this city, and several other Texians returned by the Central road. Some crossed at vicksburg and other? came by way of Alexandria. We received by the Eastern mail, to day, the following dispatches: The Country about Vicksburg is flooded; but communication was still kept up. Preparations were made for a defence at Vicksburg; but it was supposed there would be none made at Memphis. Our army at Corinth is in good spirits and being strengthened daily. Vioksburg papers of the 2d contain no accounts of great battles and the opinion was, none had occurred up to that time. Fort Pillow still held out. It had suf- fered a slow but steady, bombardment for 15 days, the result of whioh was one man killed. The roads about Corinth were in wretch- ed condition, and army movements were almost impos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 May 1862

Cri-WffWi) tflfgrapt). aOVMTUN. TEXAS. X. & OSSHHTQ. Editor aod PiewJeioi. WEDNESDAY.... MAY 14,1?62 NT Sergeant Ed. Morris, of Terry's regiment will low here for Boauregard's •ray on Saturday. Ho will take letters tor Terry's, Moore, s and Maxey's regiments. They may be loft at this offioo, I0L. The account of the mooting of the ladies of Austin, in to-day's paper, will be road with pride by tho sons of Texas every where. Wo only wish it might sow fall under the eye of those noble women of New Orleans, for whom it was designed. It will, however, bo presorted for thorn. MP* Wo aoknowledge the receipt of $120 86, from the ladies of Caney, Mata- gorda County, for the hospital ftond, Whioh wo have laid out in medioines for Whar ton's regiment, and plaosd them In oharge of Serg't Ed Morris of that regiment, who wiU take them through. > JOT We presume everybody In town, who knows anything whatever of the current events of the day, knows that Mr*. Van Alstyno, lira. Bremond and Oap...

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