Galveston Civilian Extra Newspaper Archives Apr 5 1862, Page 1

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Galveston Civilian-Extra (Newspaper) - April 5, 1862, Galveston, Texas Price 10 cents. Sat Kodatt a Miil 5. By Telegraph. Special dispatcher to tic civilian conscription to i in tie Confederate Congress. -. A a successful attack on n. Impasto a. C. Prisoners Cannon and Smau arms captured peace Between allies and Mexico reported capture of the Miramon regiment of Liidi anians reported captured. Enemy in Force within three Miles of Corinth. a by Yter scouts report the enemy inlays rce at Shiloh Church three Miles North roast of Corrinth. It is impasse but now to say when and what particular Point the coming great Battle will take place. V Buell s column reported to " i3ta/7g 00 Strong has removed to Pulaski 43 i Iles Northwest of Huntsville. Also supposed that it is the intention of the enemy to unite with the Tennessee column. They Are rebuilding All the Burnt Bridges As they Advance. Mcclellan s removal. A sing energies character of very greatly 75,000 under Buell five Miles from Huntsville Ala. Enemy rebuilding the Bridges. Richmond March 30. Congress and the House of representatives passed a Resolution appointing a special committee of 13, to prepare a Bill carrying out the system of conscription recommended by the president also to developed the general resources of the confederacy. Seven traitors were brought to the City to Day from Mathews county a. The president proclaimed martial Law extending Over Greenbrier Pocahontas Al leg hairy Monroe Mercer Raleigh Fayette Nichols and Randolph counties a. He is to execute the Law. Augusta March 31.-the Savannah news of this morning Learus from passengers from South Carolina that the scouts surprised a party of federals in a House on berth Edisto Island on Friday last killing three wounding others and capturing Twenty also three pieces of Oti unon and some Small arms one carolinian was slightly wounded. Who Republican has a special report and also the following which they learn from a trustworthy g a tie Ian of saturday last Gen. Hraur Trio loan men pro Washington March 14.-it is currently Here and believed that the order of the president limiting Gen. Mcclellan s commands to the army of the Potomac was pursuant to his own request. It is very certain that the arduous and pre his duties taxed his and requiring almost superhuman strength and and endurance for their accomplishment. The statement is that it was not the great labor he had to undergo for he is a second Nopoleon in Pluck and endurance that led him to make this request or distrust of his own ability to carry out his splendid devised plans to a successful Issue but a desire to Lead on the Potomac army in per Aon to still mor Brilliant victories than had yet been achieved combined with the fullest Confidence in the capacity of the acting commanders of the other departments of the army to take entire charge of their respective departments. The position in the Advance has been assigned to Gen. Mcdowell As an act of Justice to afford him an Opportunity to retrieve the errors and misfortunes of the Battle of the 21st of july. He bore himself proudly on re entering the place whence the Retreat of his army on a previous occasion had been ordered after the disasters of Bull run. Lessoing a following incident related by a Tennessee paper shows How a texan can use his " Lasso some Days ago one of the Texas rangers in Kentucky whilst out on a scouting expedition Rode suddenly and unexpectedly into the presence of a Federal picket. Before he had time to cock his trusty Rifle the picket brought his Minie to Bear on him and ordered him to surrender. The Ranger Felt that he was in a ii he was fairly in for it and could not do anything More than to throw Down his gun with the Best Grace possible. Having done so the picket d to get it when in an instant the stooped to get it when in an instant. Ranger s Lasso was thrown around him and needed to attack the enemy who were Sui posed in be foe Felt himself dragged along As last As a 2,51,0 Strong but found to be 5,000 or 11,000. The j at Fuu u 1 j cavity Hira. The a pocket Kiti gone it it Ugat the Ranger had him to his heart s Content the Ranger returned got his own and picket s gun and proceeded with his prisoner into mortally wounding two and capturing20 after which they retired in Good order. The Nashua Herald learns from Havana papers that a treaty of peace has been signed feb. 19th, and its ratification by president j urea received at Vera Cruz the 28th. Two Spanish battalions returned to Havana in consequence. Part of the Allied army remains at Orizaba. The mexican Flag is again flying Over the Castle of san Juan de Ulloa. The Charleston courier of this morning confirms the report of Gen. Evans s expedition to North Edisto Island and has Al of information from Nassau to the 16. The Iship great Republic reported to have 3000 troops on Board passed Nassau for ship Island. The Steamer Roanoke reports the Steamer i Anion with 1,100 Bales of Cotton Cap a tured off this month of the Mississippi. The Engineer tried to blow her up but failed. The courier says the Yankees captured four Rice boats in Ball s Bay. New Orleans March 31.-the reported capture of the Miramon is doubtless false As she was see at her Landing last Friday and was heard from yesterday. It is reported that a entire regiment of Indiana troops the Advance of the Federal army was taites prisoners on tuesday last about 80 Miles from Nashville on the Franklin Pike by a command made up of Texas rangers and col. Forrest s and Scott s cavalry and surrounded the. Camp. The Yankee was badly Hurt in the dragging but it taught him a useful lesson. When he gets Loose and meets a Ranger again he will know something of the " what me sures during a debate on the 14th ult., upon the Bill to fix the pay of members of Congress or. Boyce of South Carolina let fall some ominous remarks. He said. He however objected to a High salary at this time. This Congress will have devolved upon it a great Mission it May be that in the Progress of this revolution they May 4 e compelled to save the country at ail hazards and by the most startling measures and it would be necessary in order to do that that they should have the Confidence of the people and what would give that More fully than disinterestedness in regard to Money matters ? he feared if they increased their salaries that they would diminish that influence which it would be necessary for them to have in order to work out this Mission. I it hog8hbad8 Louisiana prime sugar to the blockade and for sule Lorby Corner strand and 21 St j. Mtg Sscott april run the Santee s account of Royal yacht affair. The rebels go rown in a living Bell information Given to Theen my. A3 a satisfactory evidence Attiat at the time the Royal yacht was taken there were parties Here in communication with the enemy we publish the following correspondence taken from the new of Jan. 12. Some one Here must have furnished the saute the civilian extra which is sen by the correspondent to the Herald. The traitor May yet be among us. Keep a Sharp look out for him. A specimen of the lying done by the is Given in this correspondence. Our people must laugh at the attempt to cover their disastrous expedition and to explain the facts presented by the civilian showing How desperate was the fight and the probabilities of a heavy loss to the Santee s Crew. The idea of our going Down to the yacht in a diving Bell is very Rich from the new York Herald Jan. 12. The Gulf blockading Squadron. Our naval c0rrespgnd Encl. Frigate Santee off Galveston dec., Lstill. The Royal yacht affair a few interesting facts much ado about nothing the libels get excited Oxer the capture of a Cap and a Bevy Kfir arrival of the prize Schooner Victoria naval movements Pebel account of the burning of the Royal yacht dec Tybo. I end you a Texas paper with a Short notice of the Royal yacht Affer. Since then the rebels have sunk a bark in the Channel in such a manner As to keep i think boats from passing up to the town. They Are much elated at the capture of a into Shipman s Cap and a revolver. The Cap belonged to our Gallant Litt p gunner or. Carter who to hold eight men in Check could Well afford to lose a Cap. It was Cut from his head falling in the hold and As a Twe be Pound Shell Dahlgren passed twice through the. Yet Chat at water ine she was fast filling with water and of course the lower part did not bum and when she settled to the Bottom they used a diving Bell and it the Cap and revolver As one of the Crew was instantly killed while using both a Cutlass and revolver. They Little knew How near they came to losing the Man of War general Rusk As that�. Jouett s intention that of burning the Rusk if i of ulu get Elvero to have without a Phil Duscov ered but the grounding on an unknown Shoal frustrated him so As a Dernier resort be took the Royal yacht. On the 4th the prize Schooner Victoria loaded with Wool was sent Here by the gunboat Santiago she going South. On the 5th the mid night came in and sailed. Now the Santiago sails immediately for Havana. No news. We. Are idly lying Here waiting events. The following Are extracts from Texas papers relative to the burning of the Royal yacht from the Galveston civilian extra nov. 14. Notice. Having purchased for Telf and others the several interests of messes. J As. Ziguy Thomas Peacock and. Williams in the Trinity River navigation company and assumed All the liabilities i hereby notify All who Are indebted to the company that Robert t Byrne of the City of Galveston will act As agent and is the Only person authorized to collect Bills one the company. George Gordon. All persons having claims against the Trinity River navigation company will to the office of the company la Kuhn s building for settlement. Al. T. Byrne. Agent. Apr. 33t. 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