Houston Telegraph (Houston, Tex.), Ed. 1 Friday, December 19, 1862 Page: 1 of 2
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HOUSTON* DEC. 19, IB62.
Houston, Dec. 22th, I8G2.
Ccaci'al Or<?er No —.
In consequence of the circumstances surround-
ing: the 1st brigade T. S- T. the Governor has or-
I. That tho Brigadier Heneral of tha 1st Bri/atTe
thali take such, measures as shall seem to him teft
calculated to secure the Jmmediate-enrollment of
the men belonging to his comma/id.
XI. The citizens of ihr*t Bripa'de District, row
temporalily resulin* within ut.her brigade limits,
that! have the privilege of voluntOfriRj* or enroll-
Ins: themselves for draft as member# i. r the 1 t
Brigade^ and a certiOc to from the Geadra'l com-
manding it, stating that a party has so euroiied
him?eif,. shall protect him from enrollment else-
1 11. Persons failing W obtain such certificate pre-
vious, to the .draft shall bejinhte t<* be draf ed iu
the brigade iuwhich they may bo found temporu*
rily residing. By ordrr ef
F.K. LUBBOCK Governor.
B. II. Bassiett, Col. Sr Aid-de-Camp*
Hxad^uaktkrs, Ist Brio \pk. T. S. Taoors,|
Gal - estoh County, Dec. ]3,'1£G2. )
GSKHRAUOUDER, N . 50.
The Governor of this State having ordered t' e
Brigadier General 61 this Brigade, to draft hro
hundred meu therefrom, to serve Sorthree mor.Us
(unless sooner discharged), to repel invasion ; is-
aued ihe above order to enabio citizens of Guiv *s-
ton, sojourning beyond the limits of this Brigade,
to enrol themselves therein for draft, if the.v C4fe-t
so to do. All who dcr-ire to avail- themselves of
this pr vileare will, Without. del::y, report at the-
oflice of Major George Ball, Brigade 'Commissary.,
(tear the foot of Main street,) in Houston, for reg-
1*1 ratio;; ami tp ree«. ive the proper certificate.
The following extracts from rules to govern the
draft are published fcr the ihformaiioii of t'iosa in
* * * 112. A discharge or c*r nipt ion from
th.- Confedera e States, \>iiLuolrXvi jpLiYou( liabiU
I'y to U'e dralt- ' V
* 3d. The ru!"SpSdo*f ted by tho C S. authctft'e*
have no applicant n to iho State L oops. JJo pjivs>s
c«> 1 disability will exempt imhs? it be such as to
cisqualif. for service iu tha fi-'u "* ,
fc*4h . Persons who have furnished substitutes
in the Cor. fedora Us States rervice. whether the sub-
>lit\:t. s were li;.Me to nr^liia duty or not,>wi'.ill
liable to draft under the State law."'. ^
" 5ih. Persons between the jues of eighteen ami
f:fty years, who ha*o organised thtmsi*ly-5 inio
vo unteer companies for loc;il def-rce, ujulertha
]a*v"< f C.oatress authorizing thpr.i to do so, are
still liable to the dra:t.'* By Commsnd of Brig.
General TtiOMAK K. HOWARD.
J*iTti.irr C. TrcrLR, Major, anil Adjutant and
Inspector General 1st Bri^ad *. d 'C 17 tv.2t
"VI OTIJE.—At tho KovtCibev term of'.he C- im-
J*« ty Co art for J^fTeV> on County, Mrs,H. L.
Huff*, w*s appointed Admlnisra'rix of ti c I-stale of
Thomas Ruff (deceased.) All persons holding
claims against said Eair.tc, will present tho
scnio rfaly authenticated wilhin the time pre-
scribed by lair. -* ! H. L. llUFF,
■ Administratrix Estate of 0. KUFF.
CBArxojJT, L'ec. 12.—twtf%
OPF&J& TO AY inOSE YO UOWiS,*
B2F0RE YOU n>.*G THOSE YOU P0N*T OWE.
WE will bo gla-i to get Confederate Bonds or
Notes from thoce still owing us on account
of charges on goods, <>r for advances made them
on cotton, two years since.
decS-L 5i] PEEL & DUMBLE.
ONE A N '-'l BoilerSO feet long 36 I&clieB dia*
ter, S 10-inch flues. Applr^o
nEYCK 6c IISLFERICH.
Not. 2fl2«r,* Pdrt Lavaca, Texas.
W. 8 TUOBl Vs & CO.,
NAVASOTA. Tii fi /
ForKardin* and Co uiuiias ion Merchants*
OURS is the only house of Iho *lnd now at Nav«
ftsota. vre pledge ourselves to attend punc-
tually to all bi*«incss entrusted to our care.
Kt-.fer to the Central Ilailroad Company.
_dec8, lgCS-lwtf* J
WANTED TO HIRE—50 negro men for one
y^ar to work on the O. tl. & H. R. K. Ap-
ply to T. B. Nichols. Sup't at Harrisburg; or at the
oCiee of the company in Houston.
dec15-twlni J. M. BROWX. President.
Land for Sale.
HAVE 180 or 200 acres of land adjoining the
corporation ot Houston, I will exchange for
cattle or sheep, er s-Jll for (jash, with pood com-
fortable ^weliinsrs and other'improv«?ments «u it,
all h it aerws heavy Umbered lar.d.
Doc 3— tv4w McLKLLANP.drCo.
N OVERSEER to take charge of a small force
on,Oyster Creek, near Kyle and Terry's placo.
lie must be over 45 years of age—not Pablo to
conscription- JOHN THATCHER.
Dcc. Pj.—t?. 3t. .
rjlOBACCO SKKl)—Virginia, Havana, Creole,
A in papers of fitly Cents, one dollar, tw« dol-
lars. The season for sewing is December and J^n-
Uarr. Sent bv mail free of postage.
dee 12 wltAtw3l , JAMES BURKE.
To the Voters ot" ilie !t:ityot hotistou*
' Gentlemen :—X am a Candidate for the ofljco of
Assessor and Collector. I filled it!>y your gift the
past term, and tried to discharge its duties with
promptness and impartiality. 31y reports to your
City Council sv>e*' with wliat success. If again
elocted, i trust to discharge my duties with credit
to icyself, and with justice totho office.
«lec5-twhn] M.J. MASSIE.
T £ An Salt, Speer'fl and ether Plows,
tf llres, tundry Hardwares,.
Liquors, Deraljor.s, aad Kegs and other artieles for
sUlo by A. WHiTAKER & Co.
Dec 5—tw(5t . - ' • -
T , ' T 1 ■* ' ■ 1 ' " " ' " ' 11 *
rillTE O^nfederaV* States Packing ilousfe. Com
J. y Yy ti"T OriHbti^ecd at New Iberirf* L«.
v. ish to pui-ciu-ic run ca^h ajiy number oT FAT
liOGS, cielivere*! at the packcry. Ths highest
market price w«ll be "paid. Address
Geo. W. MORRIS & CoM
covSUlm* Jfew Iberia,La.
\ZTANTKD TO IIIRK—One hundred stoutNE-
n GROfcS, for oi>e year from the lstor Jan-
uary next. Liberal wages paid. Apply to D. O.
Allan^Srtperiutoiidsnt Central Railroad, or to
dvc 12 W9t W. J. HUTCH INSr Pi^d't.
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