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Tri-Weekly News (Newspaper) - September 13, 1862, Houston, Texas Vol. SEPT. 18, 1862. I & Sept. 13, 18C2. News abo following ca 1st and addressed to appears in Herald i I thank you foe your former and to trouble you Due persistent dema ds continual a statement in the Columbus in vour Tuesday's that I was and I was implicated In or in any other is an fabrication of tha telegraphed It. long the telegraph to be prostituted to such Infamous falsehoods 1 C. L. We the Union of Maryland and officers on the subject of the former complaining that their I have been taken from them made to serve federal One Mr. A be has always been a good union man can he fairy he has 9ttn been couriered In his to the - He was told in reply have his negroes If desired tG and would do or ' Mr. Miller ho U unwilling to negroes on a matter of that And asks wc of the border States to be taxed to furnish rations to our own If officers of the army cant to return them to their lawful how is it they can cath them for themselves or the government 1 General Winder's tariff on meal and long forage Is having the effect that previous experience warranted us In expecting from special and invidious Heal cannot now be had in this market fbr love nor and great in consequence is amongst the poor and inconvenience to the The millers have stopped grinding corn and such grocers as had large supplies uf meal on for which they paid two dollars a aro It to their cows and horses in preference to losing a hall dollar a bushel ty retailing it at the tariff There no meal in Richmond the tariff ti repealed or made it is not reasonable to suppose that the farmer can sell corn for one dollar and fifty when they to seventy Ave dollars for a sack of salt and ten for a pair of negro the Richmond The question is whether an arbitrary may as a general have a similar effect in The Virginia papers are that the present Congress shall giving full force to tht law of th t State for the punishment of all persons guilty of stealing and arming slaves and cit log them to rebellion and Brorn suffered under that law uf ahti the papers of the State with good insist all the Federal nod trinity of same offence should be mada to suffer in the same It would be a righteous The Richmond that Gen Van Horn estimates that there were 31 0 000 shot and thrown hv the in the late bombardment of We have been that twenty two deserters from Lincoln's army came nto on day last and surrendered themselves to the commandant of f at They represented as from Northwestern and said tiny were tired of fighting thuir friends of the A collision occurred during last night on the ilver The steamers and West Point In and the former was She was loaded with recovered from sickness were on their way to rcj six soula perish dawned were three lidies and the Child of one of The todies were wives nf In Gen. snd bwn Tinting and attending their sick In the hospital at Newport Lincoln's order for a is working up aire men Id the and is likely to laid to a At a meeting recently he'd m trie Democratic candidate for spone of as President has i sued his proclamation tor hundred thousand more joji to draft There is an Mi and they want It They want to they will dratt them to prevent their They the power and cm so arrange it. You will I you will not submit to these You will If they attempt us aud tuns us our families to support uu m in its violation of the we will to 8lno the order for a Lincoln his foot mors and his is more grinding than Ills myrmidons aie as like tigers against all persons suspected of the slightest with the We hear of ladles cheering men for the Southern shoemakers slippers with the Confederate on and partita speaking in a mannei which ann iys loyal persons around them Such Is a picture if the tyranny now at the sent hack under the late cartel are many have hy had | sent to the One of was taken the Varioloid the next when he stated with two other prisoners at Sort exposed to with the believed that the Ich throws so many of substitutes equivalent to taking away the privilege 1 Mr. feote has introduced an important into the raising sn army of by requisition the tho regiments Jiy tho A the Cincinnati Gazette says President has distinctly his determination to if give satisfaction to the party elected shall not be bin resignation any German paper in New called the has the following have now the guarantee that this civil war wilt Tho order or the War has placed us In a State that other have laken centuries to We have the of for eighty years but now see what the black intolerant spirit of New has done for Look at our rapid decline - with all fur did aot dare to do what his taken In a Just by the stroke nf the President's wa are converted into of a Government the bodies cf its citizens as its own and claims the to use them according to its own whim Until they are is the old European system over 1'hs President thought risk the sudden and so What becomes of we used to that It was wrOng to make against their better We are imitating tbe examples of the worst By of this ill-timed a million of our citizens are forced Into being for of even the first 300,000 men only the smallest share will come without TMs half million of are forced into the sympathy with the cause they aie compelled to voyage of the Great baa ten prosperous in i point of and bus established her an an excellent sea and put the stockholders In vety good The Federal engaged In destroying all and on the between Ky and Fort in the excellent army of Charleston writing from on the 10th says a feeling pervades fie army at this time inure Ihmi ever and the army is well supplied with Colporteurs and vat he attributes the tn biro taken to tbe impressive lessens which war tha i to all He is something in the appeal which the makes he strikes from your in twinkling or an ynur and and few are so depraved us to the ' the still small which make vividly heard such a Kvory man turn will and at the eud of he finds himself from awful fint thai has brought death to his and all around his gratitude to his Creator is though ii tie hut a holier for the renders him a better In Western Virginia the Yankees are exacting the oath of hoping thereby tho peo Winchester every man has heeo required to take tat and to more were in the stationed tha town to prevent of The oath with it the most servile The following le Us f do voluntarily and solemnly swear that I will ani port and defend toe Constitution and Government of the all their enemies or domestic or and will yield lull and loyalty to the any or ordinance of any I whatever to the contrary 1 renounce all allegiance to the so called Confederate 8tales of and that I will not in any manner give any comfort or Intelligence to the enemies of tbe 17. 8. that I will use all the means in my power to assist the of the V. 8. in the restoration of the and the execution and enforcement of tbe laws now in made In ancc of the Constitution that I do this with a full and without any mental or evasion of in me top mt VTE - having it under and desirous n a portion of the net proceeds the ( Hiring of our soldiers this pro pose giving r second Bf aha tic With entire of ori TUESDAY at Cards of 91; children and 50 cents to had at Messrs. Darling Ic A. Blum & A. and principal Hotels Doors at 7 Performance commences at 8 o'clock precisely. For see small ALL persons are hereby cautioned no'i to receive Dray Tickets bearing back as my store was robbed last night of money and dray JAMES O eral ed as herel Auction Sale of Real Ac. &c. Sale Sept. 16tb, at 10 A. By J. S. 4: I. B. ' ' At our sale last in consequence Of the time occupied in tbe sale of other we were prevented from but a small portion of the T. T. Hailey consequently our first sales next at 10 o'clock wilt commence with said See map recorded in County Clerk's Office and at our This property lays n et th side ot the commencing west near Mr. Sessums and Capt. Billy and extends down the bayou to a point about opposite tan and north across the Liberty road to the Machine Shop of the New Orleans We consider this property of sq much as that we in all occupy most of our time in its There will be sundry lots of not At ll o'ClocK 20 New Orleans bxs choice Virginia manufactured And sundry other Merchandise of a country to be sold ip large S. it J. Female rinse nt of Baylor THE Seventeenth Annual Session of this tion c on September 1st, snd wilt continue ten The Institution is in full and the number of admissions already quite Address tbe undersigned at for Additional ion federate Army of ITIen by on the Mr. offered tbe following iu of which is now it is manifest and foes the to prosecute this bloody and unnatural and aie at this moment lb raising a large additional force of mercenary soldiers fur the destruction of our II and for the 0! our and the people of the Confederate are more united now than they have heretofore been In an 1 unalterable and freedom until the last armed loe shall to pollute the s soil of the South and p pular liberty and State of which we are contending in have been established upon imperishable Be it That the Committee on Military Affairs be instructed prepare a to provide at for railing forth frAm the the most effective and lions An additional army of two and fifty thousand to be equitably apportioned among the having due regard to the number of kindred of the States being required to organise and to officer its own portion of the troops and the whole toree of two hundred and fifty thousand any part being subject to be called into the Confederate service whenever the exigencies war in the of render it when these exigencies 6ball have to return within the limits of their respective and be subject once to and under their existing poll their respective and bound atall times to protect and maintain the sovereign rights of the Slates to which they shall appertain against all assaults and usurpations which may be attempted thereupon by Government or potentate ' it to the Cincinnati ' Tbe word from the President's in the Interview about aiming details of which the to suppress Into print iu a New York have fallen with startling effect upon ihe The uf a portion of the party that elected with certain features of hN policy was II and a consequent general discomfort was but natural but word sounded the people will not be T have made up my mind I will and let Mr. try what he can doat It The a Western man and 8n Intimate acquaintance of the not lesa wish to you would 1" More astounding illustrations of tbe revolutionary spirit with which the air Is charged could hardly he 1,1 very and Sale WE have opened a new Livery Stable on Austin a little east of tbe Court where may be found at a I good with careful and good horses and buggies for hire at moderate ' Homes taken by tha day or month as regular at prices to suit the and no spared to please those who mav favor us with their dr. Independent MAIN 8TKEET,THOUSTON. has removed from Market House to the Main opposite the 8tore, where he will supply his customers with ] meals at all hours to order at 3i cents per Fresh fish and Oysters are being daily by railroad at 11 a. will up In A Fine Cultivated IN wsst 0* Containing 5i0 and 2^0 ail tht with 2000 of Com. v be be tbe six at K. i. or inquire at this J. S. J. B. 8YDNOR, Honaton & ' PRIVATE SALE COMMISSION tor TUtt sah Country Ileal Auction every at 10 A. M. for selling Beal Estate are For every Lot ol Ground wo sell for or including writing of 00 Do ilo over and less than JO 00 Do do forf 15 00 Do ' du for and less than 20 00 Do do for 9500 and less than t for all of over 9 For every sold for 91001) or 25 00 These charges in all embrace the writing of Deeds and Tilts of r HOUSTON and Female THE Pall Term of this Institution will open on the 1st day of Tho Superintendent would hereby announce that he has secured the valuable services of Mrs. C. H. for many years in charge of the Female Seminary of recently of the Matagorda Female Mrs. Wright will have charge To this Department will be assigned the exclusive use of of the large halls of the having entrances and recitation distinct from those of the Competent assistants will be The Musical will be conducted by Mr. A. and Mina Mr. will also giro instruction in modern ' Vocal cept same to the and & Colle' county bate IrWen such claim until 1 By order of tfl ON and after this dl on A. M. lr J at I Close Houston Tap and ton and Henderson i No detention at the Passengers arriving thl can leave next morning for any part of 1 riving at Houston by and Texas and N. O. train next JoHN H. HEl O. C. Supt. Texas and New of ON and after July ger trains on the Tetas and Ii road will be run y Leaves Wedn days at 8 A. and arrive at Orang 0 05 P. iu time to take tite aU Bluff the same evening Tin 9 P. M. Leave Bluff on TI at 3 A. and arrive lo take the cars for Houston at 6.30 arrival at P. M. going East will get their ' those going West their on I A. M. ] W. W. ALL the Records or Galveston In County Clerk's kind connected with the will be atb before the 8triet attention given to tbe examination Instruments of every kind correct legally ' 1 will act as Agent for the sale or par ia every instance furnishing the with a of Charges being prompt payment required in every ' lm Co. Citizens Galveston general 188S. ANY persons having in their possession toi C. S. Treasury can bate t exchanged for sound notes by presenting them a JAMES Notice to Bold era of C. ft. Boni Aug. 9Uth, 1862. IWILL pay toe coupons of th 8. - I. H. 9. ii Office and Corner Texas and 0s s 0 OF THE Sale of Real By W. B. 1 at the apl 15-wtr Piedmont SIX miles east or at which place dai bucks with np at and TBE Subscriber will pay per 1c rendered per pound for rat eld corn fed Lard and 40c. par barrel for bard woe at the Parties in the com try can ship to the care of their merchants an receive if preferred in Adamantine Hard Bar or good Lamp all fully FRANK Lone Star Soap and Candle June 17,1802. tf Br. infirmary tS complete and ready to receive patients in this city and For every patient three per Every operation to he paid Patients have to pay ten days in For Ladles there are extra For Negroes one dollar per Office opposite Old 15th. 1882.__ftwly for Two comfortable Dwelling la a pleasant part of the Apply to Agent
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