EAST TEXAS TIMES [HENDERSON, TX]
March 1, 1862; July 18, 1862 

EAST TEXAS TIMES [HENDERSON, TX], March 1, 1862, p. 2, c. 1
           
Confederate Bonds, wheat, corn, or pork taken at this office for all accounts due us. 

EAST TEXAS TIMES [HENDERSON, TX], March 1, 1862, p. 2, c. 1
           
This Number will complete the 2nd Vol. of the East Texas Times.
           
We have on hand a sufficiency of paper to publish the present "war size" till the 15 of August next.
           
Those desiring the Times for this period, can be accommodated, by the payment of SIX BITS, in Advance, and on no other terms. 

EAST TEXAS TIMES [HENDERSON, TX], March 1, 1862, p. 2, c. 1
           
Col. Gregg's regt. are among the prisoners taken at Fort Donelson.  Dr. R. H. Graham of this place, Sergt. Maj., and a number of the wounded under his charge were not taken.
           
The Dr. arrived in town last night. 

EAST TEXAS TIMES [HENDERSON, TX], March 1, 1862, p. 2, c. 1
           
Lt. Col. J. M. Clough.óWe were pained to learn, that the above mentioned officer of Col. Gregg's regt. was killed at the battle of Ft. Donelson on the 15th, ult.
           
Col. Clough was a native of New Hampshire but for many years had been a citizen of Texas.  He had been a member to the Legislature from Harrison co. and District Attorney for this District, in each of which positions he received the unbounded approbation of his constituents.
           
As an officer, in the Army, Colonel Clough was held in the highest esteem, by those in his command.  In his death the Confederate States have lost a gallant soldier, & a devoted patriot, & his numerous acquaintances a warm-hearted and faithful friend. 

EAST TEXAS TIMES [HENDERSON, TX], March 1, 1862, p. 2, c. 1-2
           
The Compy enrolled by J. H. Jones, Esq., for Judge Robert's Regt., was organized on last Saturday.  The following is a list of the officers elected viz:
                       
Jas. H. Jones, Captain.
                       
Thos. Smith, 1st Lieut.
                       
Jas. H. Nelms, 2nd
                       
Jacob Tipps, 2nd Brevt.
                       
Jas. H. Welch, Orderly Sergt.
           
The company was sworn in to the Confederate service by Judge Roberts on last Wednesday.  On Monday week next they will leave for their destination on the coast.
           
The gentlemen engaged in getting up this company deserve well of their country for the energy & preservence [sic] they have used in this matter. 

EAST TEXAS TIMES [HENDERSON, TX], July 18, 1862, p. 2--poorly microfilmed 

EAST TEXAS TIMES [HENDERSON, TX], July 18, 1862, p. 2, c. 3
[Summary:  List of casualties from Rusk County by D. S. J. Lewis, Brigade Surgeon, 1st Brigade, 2nd Division of Army of the West]