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   Tri-Weekly News (Newspaper) - September 13, 1862, Houston, Texas                                Vol. XX.l       HOUSTON, SATURDAY, SEPT. 18, 1862. I ICHAEDSOH & CO, Proprietors. . .     -**- Houston, Saturday, Sept. 13, 18C2. News Item*.  abo ISO* MK. V�ia*kdimum.-The following ca l.da.ed Dayton, Ohio, 1st Inst., and addressed to �lerinett; appears in theN. *, Herald : i ;r: I thank you foe your former courtesies, and �n srry to trouble you agsln. Due persistent Sy-inj. dema ds continual contradiction. a statement in the Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch, in vour Tuesday's Issue, that I was "arretted," and ttut I was implicated In "treasonable plots,' or in any other JbSug "dirtoval," is an Imoudent fabrication of tha anon.vmpus sooundrel -who telegraphed It. Ho* long t� the telegraph to be prostituted to such Infamous falsehoods 1 �       '. C. L. VALLANDIGHAM. ^ We uotiea oorrespundenc* bet*-ctn the Union men.i ^v of Maryland and Federtl officers on the subject of *' contraband*, the former complaining that their ne- I   * ?roes have been taken from them "ad made to serve nth* federal army. One man. Mr. Theo. A MUier ays be has always been a good union man a? can he fairy pfWd-that he has 9ttn been couriered ul-.ra In his dtvoilon to the nnloaj  -     , He was told in reply that%e eouM have his negroes If ihay desired tG return, and would do �*> wlth'pui compulsion, ihrats or ' resilience. Mr. Miller re; Joins'hat ho U unwilling to coosulthis negroes on a matter of that kind. And be. asks ''Are wc of the border States to be taxed to furnish rations to our own nsgroes ? If officers of the army cant <;aich slavci to return them to their lawful owners, how is it they can cath them for themselves or the government 1 General Winder's tariff on fori), meal and long forage Is having the effect that previous experience warranted us In expecting from special and invidious tariffs. Heal cannot now be had in this market fbr love nor money, and great in consequence is the'suf ferlng amongst the poor and inconvenience to the wralthy. The millers have stopped grinding corn and such grocers as had large supplies uf meal on hand, for which they paid two dollars a hushel, aro feedirg It to their cows and horses in preference to losing a hall dollar a bushel ty retailing it at the tariff price. There wllloe no meal in Richmond until, the tariff ti repealed or made general., it is not reasonable to suppose that the farmer can sell corn for one dollar and fifty cents, when they have, to lay, seventy Ave dollars for a sack of salt and ten dollnrB for a pair of negro b.ro&aps. Thcutioveisfrom the Richmond Examiner. The question is whether an arbitrary tariff.of pi hc same offence now, should be mada to suffer in the same way. It would be a righteous penalty. The Richmond Dlsnatch learn* that Gen Van Horn estimates that there were 31 0 000 shot and ahellH thrown hv the Yankees, in the late bombardment of Viekshurg. We have been fnformed that twenty two deserters from Lincoln's army came nto Btauulon on Wtdnts day last and surrendered themselves to the commandant of f at post. They represented themseWes as from Northwestern Virginia, and said tiny were tired of fighting asrainst thuir friends of the East.- Jtiehmond DitpatcA. A t-rnble collision occurred during last We.dnes-day night on the Poteiaao ilver The steamers Geo. Peabod.v and West Point citne In collision, and the former was sunk. She was loaded with troops,-ho, havinii recovered from sickness were on their way to rcj >ln th-lr regiment. .Seventy six soula perish *roonu tho.-e dawned were three lidies and the Child of one of them. The todies were wives nf ofUoeri In Gen. Rurnsid*'* command. snd h tn to blood." 8lno the order for a draft, Lincoln ha* "put his foot down" mors firmly, and his depotlsm is more grinding than ever. Ills myrmidons aie as like tigers against all persons suspected of the slightest i'tanatbjr with the "rebellion." We hear of ladles arreted "for cheering (or Jeff. Davis" men "for shoa'liig for the Southern Confederacy," shoemakers '�lor mislo.' slippers with the Confederate fl�K on tl-eei.'' and partita "far speaking in a mannei which ann iys loyal persons around them !" Such Is a picture if the tyranny now at the North. Among-thepHsoners sent hack under the late cartel are many who-; have bi^so liarshlyjtfeftted hy Tederats- Biattbey have' had | sent to the hospital. One of thejn was taken sie: � ;�h the Varioloid the next day. when he stated ^e with two other prisoners at Sort Donel'o.jl >^rc exposed to th� smallpox, with the hotM-'-as-.''^ believed that th�y. t^Wti^4to-3tte�a*'booY, Jththem..     ...   \ r"A hiU^TJfd'ore the fjeriate %' Ich throws so many restrlctlolqiltipon the!employment of substitutes tliat l�: )s a^hibst equivalent to taking away the privilege altogether. , 1 Mr. feote has introduced an important bill into the Hiinso p'rovMiDgfir raising sn addftinnal army of aiO.OfiO by prbTrola requisition upnn the States, tho regiments tq*be omcered Jiy tho States. A dispitch to, the Cincinnati Gazette says President tlncolri has distinctly iodicnted his determination to resign, if he'cannot give satisfaction to the party "that elected nim. _\.We shall not be surprised'-at bin resignation any German paper in New York, called the "Kew Yorker" has the following attlole: ' "We have now the guarantee that this civil war wilt ne.a con'esf of'thirty yi-sm* duration. Tho order or the War Minister, pul.liBtwd yesterday, has 'suddepty' placed us In a nilitary State that other oeuotrles have laken centuries to rrach. We have enjoyed1 the frilits of rreeddm for eighty years ; but now see what the black intolerant spirit of New Bng-ladd has done for us. Look at our rapid decline - Congress, with all it's'thirst fur usurpation, did aot dare to do what his just, taken place. In a sii,g\e moment, Just by the stroke nf the President's pen, wa are converted into FUbjects of a Government "wbich coisWcrs the bodies cf its citizens as its own propftrty, and claims the absulute,,right to use them according to its own whim Until they are destroyed." 'This is the old European system over again. 1'hs President thought hc.y?,ould risk the sudden stroke, and so he"did. What becomes of the.opinion we used to htife that It was wrOng to make men, against their better judgment, aVty utheril We are imitating tbe examples of the worst Kurojiean Governments. By mean* of this ill-timed Older, a million of our citizens are forced Into being soldiers; for of even the first 300,000 men only the smallest share will come �fnrtb without conscription. TMs half million of i.eo-ple are forced into the fkldwl'houttheslightest sympathy with the cause they aie compelled to serve." Thelast voyage of the Great Eastern,oct'and heme, baa ten prosperous in i peiuniary point of view, and bus established her shiracter an an excellent sea boat, and put the stockholders In vety good humor. The Federal funl, y tie hut diml\, wiih a holier emotion, which, for the time, renders him a 'wiser and' better man." In Western Virginia the Yankees are exacting the oath of allegiance, hoping thereby todisarm tho peo pi* (n Winchester every man has heeo required to take tat oath, and to more tffectually fccomplinh this. ptokMa were in the meBtiwblle stationed arour.d tha town to prevent theenrap* of parties. The oath  � " , (�rend Bf -jsSca!, Onittical aha Bar* ln crcd soil of the South and p pular liberty and State sovereignty-for b>th of which we are contending in arms-shall have been established upon imperishable founda'inns   Therefore. Be it tieitolved. That the Committee on Military Affairs be instructed t'> prepare a bill to provide at owes, b� law, for railing forth frAm the States, r^y the most effective and -xped lions method. An additional army of two humir.d and fifty thousand men, to be equitably apportioned among the aald Slates, having due regard to population, the number of sol'fert heietol'ore furnished, andother kindred considerations; oach of the States being required to organise and to officer its own portion of the troops supplied: and the whole toree of two hundred and fifty thousand ru-n,or any part thereof, being subject to be called into the Confederate service whenever the exigencies ofthu war shall, in the Jujlgment of (he President, render it ncet'fBiry; sutject, when these exigencies 6ball have ceased, to return within the limits of their respective States, and be subject once more1 to ibejurisdiction thereof, and presurvlng, measwhile, under their existing poll Iciji reUtionswith their respective r?tates, and bound atall times to protect and maintain the sovereign rights of the Slates to which they shall re-sneotiveiy appertain against all assaults and usurpations which may be attempted thereupon by any. Government or potentate whatsoever. � ' th* rRsstorKT's iiikiur it RxaioNiwa. IDispatch to the Cincinnati GaEette.J ' Tbe word "resignation" from the President's lips, in the Interview about aiming negroes-the details of which notwltlistsiid'ni! the etlnrt to suppress them, orept Into print iu a New York paper-must have fallen with startling effect upon ihe publlo ear. The disKtitlifaction uf a portion of the party that elected him, with certain features of hN policy was w  .>epi9-tw i 9 ctat.1 For every Kcgro sold for 91001) or less....... 25 00 These charges in all caaea embrace the writing of Deeds and Tilts of S�le. sepl6-twly r HOUSTON . Mnlo and Female -'Vcadernj'. THE Pall Term of this Institution will open on the 1st day of September. Tho Superintendent would hereby announce that he has secured the valuable services of Mrs. C. H. Wright, for many years in charge of the Female Seminary of Selina, (Ala ) andmore recently of the Matagorda Female Institute. Mrs. Wright will have charge ofrhe Feu.lc Department. To this Department will be assigned the exclusive use of or.e of the large halls of the Academy, having entrances and recitation rooms, distinct from those of the Mate. Department. Competent assistants will be provided. The Musical Department, will be conducted by Mr. A. DePel-chin and Mina Payne. Mr. DePelohln will also giro instruction in modern languages, spta-tw-tf J.R. HUTCHISON, Buperrjt. ' Vocal sept'2    AApp cept cbangWnol same to the and aessor & Colle' county bate IrWen such claim until 1 By order of tfl Bichmncd, jfctff.' cisvu�^ JBtifTalo Baa.} ON and after this dl on Mondays, Wedi1 n'Qlook, A. M.     lr Betnrning, wUIUave J days.and Saturdays, at I Close connection!,Willi Houston Tap and Brasorll ton and Henderson Kallr Ing. i No detention at the Housj tofore. Passengers arriving *y thl Boad, can leave by, the, Houal next morning for any part of 1 riving at Houston by it" and Texas and N. O. train next mos! JoHN H. HEl O. C. Mulugan, Supt. Texas and New Orleai Cliange of ON and after Monday, July Slstl ger trains on the Tetas and Ii road will be run in,conneotJon,witb,1 ildu.asfollows:      . .;>., y Leaves Houston, Mondays, Wedn days at 8 A. M., and arrive at Orang 0 05 P. M,, iu time to take tite aU Nlbletts Bluff the same evening   Tin Nibletts Bluff, 9 P. M. Leave Niblttts Bluff on Tuesdays, TI Saturdays, at 3 A. M., and arrive atO! lo take the cars for Houston at 6.30 A.] arrival at Houston.'4.42 P. M. Passengeri going East will get their ' those going West their brefttiast on I boat.  YireUirough,*"^!). , A. M. GENTRY, ] W. W. Morbis, Oenl. Sunt,      \lgKii Notice. ALL the Records or Galveston 'count In .the County Clerk's office, buslne kind connected with the same1 will be atb before the war. 8triet attention given to tbe examination Instruments of every kind neatly, correct legally drawn.  . ' , 1 will act as Agent for the sale or par perty, ia every instance furnishing the pn| with a correcthistory of title,   � , . Charges being moderato, prompt payment vsj required in every instance.    ' aug30tw lm        OriCAR VABISH. Co. CI* Befereace-Tbe Citizens of1 Galveston general DiPosm.ity'a Orsici, Houston/ AugustSbtb, 188S. ANY persons having in their possession toi mutiiattd C. S. Treasury Notes, can bate t exchanged for sound notes by presenting them a office. � JAMES SOH.LEY, aug2a-lni_ Depoaitai Notice to Bold era of C. ft. Boni DxroaiTART's Omcc, Houstoo, Aug. 9Uth, 1862. IWILL pay toe matured,.interest coupons of th 8. Bondstn nrebenutjonatmv sf9r-�-    - �-� *agg?-t�rim r' JAmMssOBCEY, DenosiUn I. H. BIAKI,H 9.  jis. Aitenx, ii Office and Keaidenca Corner Texas Avejiue and 0s augl>T _Una atreet�� Houstooy.       [tw-t t*EO. QOliBTHwAItE s 0      AQltSI OF THE Sale of Real Estate, jnW Hocstok, Tsjxas.       �*   twl Avenue HoM, CONGBESS AVENTJE. AUSTIN, TEXAS, By W. B. SCOTT. 1 Btage OfSce at the Hotel. apl 15-wtr Piedmont Spring*. SIX miles east or MtUlcan. at which place dai bucks conneeA with (be Oentral Ballroad, np at down._   !>: 'jnSl-twtf. Candle* and Soap. TBE Subscriber will pay cash, IPc. per pound, 1c clean, rendered Tallow, lOo. per pound for rat eld corn fed Lard and 40c. par barrel for bard woe ashes/delivered at the Factory. Parties in the com try can ship to the care of their merchants here, an receive pay, if preferred � in Adamantine Oandlei Hard Bar Soap, or good Lamp Oil, all fully guarsr teen. FRANK PABJ, Lone Star Soap and Candle Factory. Houston, June 17,1802. !      tf Br. Frlend'a infirmary tS complete and ready to receive patients in this city TlRMS and BraOLATtONS. For every patient three dolla-a per day< Every operation to he paid extra. Patients have to pay ten days in advance. For Ladles there are extra rooms. For Negroes one dollar per day. JO3 Office opposite Old Capitol. Houston, Jnly 15th. 1882.__ftwly for Sale. Two comfortable Dwelling Houses, la a pleasant part of the city. Apply to jniotwtf       qbo. golothwaw*. Agent   

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