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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 July 1862

<. THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVin—NO. 52 HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3547 OITV ITEMS. This town was much startled on Satur day last by thejarrival of thU -local." We came from "Piedmont,'* where we have been rustica ting, masticating and sulphura ting to such an ex we fee' Hke a bright, shining roll ofclar lfied brimstone. The beauty congregated at the Springs from Plantersville, Anderson and Hemp- stead, nearly swamped our admiration, but we have providentially been spared to return to our duties, where we hope to be able to chronicle such facts as may enlighten and purify our. read ers " that their days may be long, &c. We left the Springs with regret, for a more de lightful place cannot be found in Texas. Capt. B. H. Andrews, who Is now in camp on the Bay, near the mouth ol clear Creek, will give a ball at his camp this evening. Those who d ealre to atteud should take the cars for Clear Greek Station, where they will ilnd carriages in attend ance. To t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 July 1862

Cri-HrrMi) Cflegrapl). llOUtfrWNi TKXAn. n K. H. cniHTHO, Editor and Pronnetor. WEDNESDAY, JULY 18. 1862. TTPWe are authorized to announce JOHN MoMlILLBN for th« office ot County Clerk or Har- ri county. Jly# TT~~r Having been solicited to become a candidate for Cuief Justice, 1 submit my nam« to tbe people of tbe county of Harrin, premising, If elected, to serve them to the best of my ability. jlyg T. T. HAILBY. TrfWe are authorized to announce JOHN RI- OKDAN m candidate for the office of District Clerlt at the ensuing election. Jy4 or We are authorised to announce the old Deputy Sheriff, B. P. LANHAM, for the office o Sheriff ot Harris county at the election In Augus ueEt.—* TT7* We are authorized to announce K. P. WIL LIAMH as a candidate for Sheriff of Harris county at Mm Augnst election. Many Khizniis. Julyl, 1 W-* TTP If the people of Harris couuty will elect me their Chief Justice, 1 will take pleasure in serving them to the best of my abilities.—* T. B. J. Haduc*. Cl -HENRY ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 July 1862

HOUSTON. JULY 17til, 1861 „ / . ' MOST GLORIOUS NEWS. MclLKLLAN (AFTIRKN. 36,000 PRISONERSTAKEN 14 General Officers Taken. Gold at 130 in New York. Beoognltiqn and Interventi' n Imminent ETC., ETC., ETC. V-S t & >-3 * %V'v • '''■■■ft*''A ; v'" - A By the arrival of the Beaumont trujn last (Wed- nesday) night we have files of the Mobile papers of the 5th and later dispatches outside of the mails for which we are indebted to our friend George Quinan, Esq,, who has just returned from .Richmond,. •'*' ' \ * !\ "V s' - We give the dispatches below, which contain accounts of the fighting done to the 4th. In ad- dition to them Mr. Quinan informs us that a tele- graphic dispatch was received by a courier by Gov. Moore of Louisiana, at Opelousas on the 12th from President Davis on the 8th the following ef- fect; f ,f s * McClellan and 36,090 men have been captured, together with 14 general officers. Mr. Quinan assures us that there is no doubt of this dispatch. * In addition to the ab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 July 1862

Our lost* was very heavy, but that of the enemy * as immenJM!- We captured six hundred prisoners, who hare arrived in the qUy, and twenty pieces of cannon. Among the prisoners taken is MaJor-General McChII, who was captured by Lieut, Kawlings, of the 4?th Virginia. Brig.-General Meade was also captured. Thi* morning Magrwler went In pursuit of the Yankees, but hud not overtaken them at 8 o'clock, when our iuforuiant left. The engagement on yesterday is represented to have been the most sanguinary of the series of conflicts before the oity. The valor of our troops id beyond all praise. Rk bmond, June 3.—Gen. Robinson has occu- pied Moorsficld, Hardy county, capturing a large quantity of .Commissary stores. Gen. Robinson succeeds Gen. Ashby in the command of the cav- alry forces in the Valley of Virginia. L'ktkkkbcko, Juue 3.—A courier to Capt. Mill! • gun, of the signal corps, has reached Petersburg this forenoon, from Bermuda Hundred. He says a couple ol free negroes were sent over ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 July 1862

t THE TKI-WEEKIY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 53 HOUSTON. FRHrAY, JULY 18, 1862 WHOLE errs items. One of the most portable beasts of burden in this city is a>'llttle donkey. He is so small that lie and the lad who ridos on him, "ride and tie." When taken out of a bund box and hitched to a buxgy, reminds us of an ounes of faith trying to roiuove a ton of mountain. —— They had a fine rain at Galveston last Toes- day night. . July 17th, 9 a. m.—This is a day of rejoicing in Houston. Every one we meet Is smiling as far as lie can, without setting his ears back—we among the rest, for we have won a hut on the preseut con- dition of affairs ! Mrs. Jones aud Mrs. Smith are buying new trimmings for their hats; the young hutlesare improving pa's good humor to get per- mission to purchase a new dress, aud the young, slurs won't go to school, nohow. No power on earth can get up a fight in town to-day. The newt boys are making a fortune, and the "old boys" are spending one. Men with corns walk ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 July 1862

it-"' Cri-Htthlp telfgrapl). HOUHTtlNi TKXAn. Vm, e. h. en Editor and Proorwtor. FEllJAY. JULY IS, 1862 ]£ 7* Wo regret our limited (pace forcea ua to leave over a large amount of Interesting matter Including letter* from Mississippi and Richmond extract* from papers, etc. They will come next time. TUB UREAT BATTLE. From the new* rocei'ved yeaterduy we are led to the belief that the great battle, (or aeriei of battle*,) Wore Richmond, haa oorao to an end resulting in the overthrow of the Federftl grand arm?, and the capture of the "young Napoleon Yet, whfti) we reflect upon the va t numbers and adm2$ri|lc appointments of the Yankee army, the reaolt appears almost incredible To whomsoever the credit belongs, it will be universally conceded that the strategy of the C011- fod« rant# «ta«,brilliant iu the extreme. The sud- forcea, and rapid Invest- *:t blflb to ■ft ■X whlift totally circainvont- od MeCMl*#, would bavs'dons credit toNupoleon himself; and supported as our Generals' plans ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 July 1862

\A S- **■ *t I M 1 * > .w>; %& "■'Xa Jk-. , t VJ V - iiSiJ s hfeft'alivttW •J« **4#a 'jf(; * i | « U im>4 <U tii bj« r Jfcv . <* * a Mtf < > «■ •(* 4dHK •i ."• ' a« r < 'I -i "<Hil< '•U I*lit <:• • •; BKAUMOM utin - w RMsiatie^ . , ■ 81« (.tare s i Conlkw«<l « utiitr, . I w'' •JU*d, wounded nd „ Cra-ioston was 688. On rested wt malting thenttan bad arrive* atthat city. k, Avalanche the'light rear am has been ar- nhatn and staff ) ..g^j ^ . - .if ^ M* July s.-Ttie Memiito>« have both bten auppresi former for Baking Geni, Grant's pejjnl L,lsb tlie Southejn account o(Oeu.^Io( ,t *t Rtchinond, and tjhe tatter-tec " ory sentiments published is their The Confedrrut* pickets am bow of Memphis.' t Oon. McClellfiii,at Wa Wet <*K 4* c on work is expected soon; ae look out 'or Y&teen rttort of the enemy'. pickets *er« d dead last Wedn* «ar «*ornU.®j, It '> father bTrpleasant past! toe for the to b* on picket duty near Mmpbti, " ,wo udcd, or"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 July 1862

. y / KM Wit •r* *! tn> ■>*■■< id J !>1,!•'■■>,t urns in u i' ' s "*i- I ►. w>>.. *.1. < «1*1, "* jfTj >■.« . MMW. 1809. I ;s£ It BMpU. sp«rnln g tba eontemptlbje apaHous udve rsarlas.- Thank £«**" ; 0«ar« not all yet gagged by the IP lit) our detestation f the alaviah * Turkish \u rd0,th t dM-e pollute Ir dastard blot# J Apd I have boan ghawiioA, te our Voice to biavan, till heavM, a pan resound our ohallenge to the >i« lif* fore-doodad shall feel It KL rasoi ■WW that eUjMfei tM ' WS&S togetl thlaV mid night with here arc the shad** mil-art th l«wfi*y uieteor of itra, whoso aWord to iilug in the field, tike thundar on ! " 4* '1 it 'f * lade* tomaofr V* " "dern Xerxes _ from Uihfc to J««h. and aeattor InfltjfMfapMce wJ.«r*t.O«l ttt)leuce c him, and Urn ripnt't i flMpi fUld,' ;1<T ''MS*.' modern Xc -hi— OltW \ymnH>oVenee could n t put him O/ror a remnant of the Kpartan dead, "ofThe throe hundred, great but throe, to " r* Ye honor,'from go vile ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 July 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 54 HOUSTON. MONDAY, JULY 21, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3549 CITY ITEMS. — The stage which left Navasota for Hunts- vllle, on Wednesday evening last, wa* upset. The horses broke the tongue and left. The driver, whose name was Burks, was killed, uud all the passengers more or less hurt, but none of them seriously. ——That most enterprising of all caterers for the public, Leander Cannou, Esq., the proprietor of Piedmont Springs, has opened a good roadfrom his Springs to M.Uican. The distance is only six miles. The break-neck places on the road from Navasota are now avoided, and the distance near- ly aimified. (See Webster.) Merchant Sampson has nutmegs for sale by the stick. To Correspondents.—"When is H. P. go- ing to llrnish his Sermon 1" S. R. J. As soon as a fit of inspiration comes over him In the meantime, brother, be fruitful with good works. H. P. Onr old friend Addison White, of the Victoria Advocate, has been arrested for opposing Mar- tial Law. I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 July 1862

Cri-HJrfhlg Cflegraj)!). . HflllKTWNi TKXA*. B. H. CU8HIN0, Bdiiwr and Protinetor. MONDAY JULY 21,1862. «i. jy a aluuhijlo l • ui'UIUtM ttr Ui« unw ofCouut? Clcik a Haril* coui.ty at the ensuing AO(B V(l*CUlHl> J*'l *1*" inpw« are authorised to auuounco JOIlft McMULLKS for the ottlcu of County Clerk of H*r« ris county. jlyO tviag been solicited to income candidate runt ice. I submit my uhiuh to the people of If elected, to nerre HivIbi been solicited to Income A if J the county of Harris, prom lain g form lei Justice, 1 submit uiy >UlD thru to the but of my ability. jiytl T. T. HAILTtY. ITr* We are authorised to announce JOHN RI ORDAN aa a candidate for the olllce of District Clerk aithe ensuing election. jy*^ or We are authorised to announce the old Deputy Sheriff, B. P. LAM HAM, for the olllce o Kherlff oi Harris county at the election lu Augus next.—* - Trr* We are authorised to announce K. P. WIL- LIAMS aa a candidate for Sheriff of Harria county t election. Mint FsikNoa. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 July 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 55. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1862 WHOLE NO. 8550 CITY ITEMS. Pimonai.—Col. John A. Wilcox arrived in town last evening, as fresh and energetic as ever. He is " on to Richmond.11 —— Tudge Campbell lost a fine son on Sunday last. He was only ill a few hours, and died of congestion of the brain. Aged thirteen years. Sad loss. We trust that when our Southern Confed- eracy becomes a fixed fact, which will be ere long, that we will have a National Academy, to regu- late our language. Yankee Ice, and Yankee Dic- tionaries, and Yankee everything else we must discard. Let us have our own language, un- adulterated. It is said that" Othello " was played in a masterly manner at our theater, the other night. When we consider the state of the times, it i* somewhat surprising that so many Improve- ments should be going on, as at present in Hous- ton. Building after bulling is going up, and everything wears a healthy appearance. How do you get along with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 July 1862

-r- Cri-Uffkli) Cflfgrupl). HOUMTIINi TRXAH. K. E OUIHlne. Editor and Proonetor. WEDNESDAY. .JULY 23, 1P62 Forthe Weekly §3 per year. For aarertislng 85 centa tmi-For (be Tri-W#ekly 98 per year • line for eaeh Insertion. Subscriptions and ad vertising in all eases in advance, and discontinued when the Urn* paid for expires. Shin plasters will la no case be received. [Its. "The Ma«alfle« t Mir.tiecr of Gra. Bersai sll Prmlee * Lse la This superb enloff, la the telegrams from Rich- mond, of the 4th, we understand came from tbe Secretary of State, Mr. Benjamin. Our admiration forQea. Jo. Johnston is tbe very highest. It was his plan aad hla firmness, that, Instead of fighting tbe enesnyoo tbe Peninsula, under oorer and within easy reach of their gunboats, drew tbem to tbe farthest point, In order to Inflict tbe severest loss upon them. He la aeommaader sf the first ability, gos—sing In tbe fullest degree tbe confidence of generals, soldiers aad tbe country. He haa done enough, aad enou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 July 1862

/ ft THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 56 HOUSTON. FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3551 CIT"S> ITEMS. From present appearance* our aoldlera now iu the field wiil require to be clothed during the coming winter, by those who remain athome. "When we consider the immense number to be looked after, it will readily be seen that extraor- dinary exertion can alone meet their necessities. Every blanket and every kind of material now In the State, which can be used for soldiers1 cloth- ing, should be secured utonce. If this cannot be done in one way, it should be done in another.— Societies for its manufacture should be immedi- ately organized all over the State, and no means should be allowed to slumber a moment longer, which will advance the soldiers' interests, or re- lieve his present or coming wants. Among other eevelopes picked up on the Yankee battle-field and sent to our office, is one on which is printed a c lergy man engaged In ser- vice at his desk, and looking over his s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 July 1862

■fc L Crt-UJftkli) Cflrgrqil). UOUMTUNt TKXAW. K. H. CU8HTHO, S4!tur and PraortMor. FRIDAY JULY 25.1862 TiRiM—For lb* Weekly «3 per y r. For tne Tri-Weekly «8 per year. For advertising 23 cenU • line for eaeb insertion. Subscriptions and ad- vertising In all easesIn ad ranee, and dl continued when the time paid for expiree. Shluplssters will lu no case Ihi received. [Its mar k. a. BTOCKINU l< a caidldate i< r tbe < fllie of County Cleik tf ttarib cuuUy ai tb<? eueuiug Auicart election. JTjr*We are authorized to announce JOHN McMULLBN for the office of County Clerk or liar rU county. J'y Try Having been solicited to become a candidate for Chief Justice, I submit my name to the peepleof the county of Hard*, promUlug, if elected, to nerve them to tbe beat of my ability. jlyg T. T HAILBY. •We are authorised to announce JOHN RI OABaN m a candidate for tbe office of Dlatrlct Clerk ai the ensuing election. Jy4 _ We are authorised to announce the old Deputy Bherlff, B. F. LAN HA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 July 1862

m ip* .V HOVSfUP. JULY 26th, 1862. TUB*«*BAT BATTLES. As everything regarding the late battles about Richmond is of surpassing interest, we continue copying from the Richmond papers the. various accounts of the engagements. Following we give the Enquirer's review of operations under date of theSdinst.: THE LATE • OPERATIONS. Thecpmplex character of the movements of the Confederate aruiy* for the three days preceding the great victory of last Friday, renders a descrip- tion very difficult for readers not familiar with the country embraced. We shall attempt to describe as clearly as we can. - Oil Thursday, at thr e o'clock* Major G neral Jackson took up his line of marrfi'from Ashland, and proceeding down the country between the Chickahominy and Pamunkey rivers, he uncovered the front of Brig. General Branch by driving off the enemy collected on the north bank of the Chickahominy river, at the point where it is crossed by the Brook Turnpike ; Gen. Branch, who was on the South bank, th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 July 1862

/"X guns of Fortress Monroe. The movements of our troops were conducted with masterly foresight and rapidity,'and promised to result in the capture of a large body of the routed fugitives. Sixteen excellent pieces of artillery, -captured from the enemy, were started up from the battle ;field Monday ; also tweiitv wagon loans of mus- kets and rifles, many of which had been been bent or broken before being thrown away by the ene- my. Thousands of dollars worth of stores were scattered around and upon the field, but a com- paratively small portion was gathered up such was their "spread out" condition. Nine hundred horses and mules were taken,and reached theciiy last night. The Federal loss in stores, wagons, camp fixtures, horses, mules, cattle, cannon ana small arms, is estimated at $5,000,000. We have before given a full account of the bat- tle of Monday evening. It will be remembered that Gen. Longstreet was called away, and Gen. A. P. Hill had command of both his own and Long- stre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 July 1862

THE TKI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. J* i VOL. XXVIII—NO. 57 HOUSTON. MONDAY, JULY 28, 1862 WHOLE NO. 8552 CITY ITEMS. Houston, July 85, 1862. Mr. t.oeal of the Telegraph—Sir : The pre ent drouth is unprecedented, or rather I have not seen the like for years. If it does not rain soon, near* ly every cistern iu town will be dry—dry ; and the inhabitants will be compelled to resort to the muddy Bayou for wator, which will certainly pro duce disease in our inidst. Now you are (food at calculating and fruitful in inventions, therefore, cau you not suggest some plan whereby rain wa- ter can be obtained fresh from the clouds 1 What do you think of special prayer meetings for this purpose ? Citizin. As you have asked for my opinion, Mr. Citisen, you shall have it. I know of some communities where the people are willing to do just about what is right and just. For this reason, when they getshort of water, they can get up one or two prayer meetings and fill their cisterns. But, sir, that plan wonH work...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 July 1862

Cri-tDreiUQ Crlrgrapo HOUMIMI TKXAM. I. H. CTTfFTWG. Kdlrur and Prmmator. Tuuns—For the Weekly «3 per year. For advertising 85 cent* For the Tri-Weekly 9* per year. Vor advertising 85 cent a tloe for eaeh Insertion. Subscriptions and ad vertlslug lu alloases In advance, and discontinued when the time paid for expiree. Shlnplosters will lu no oaae be reeetred. UU. IjyiTt are Indebted to W. C. Powell, Esq., of Beat rep county, for a Natchez paper of the IBtb forwarded by mall. OUR RRCBNT HCCCCtMFIS. la the begtnulog of the war suooees In almoet every Instance perched upon the banners of the Confederates We gained In rapid saeceaalon brilliant victories, so many indeed that our peo pie beeame over-confident. These successes al armed the Northern people, and the Federal Oov ernmant set itself In earnest about crushing the rebellion. It ralaed a force between six and seven hundred thousand men. Itdisrlpllnedtbem with the utmost oare. Withstanding every clamor for an onward movement, tho ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 July 1862

THE TKI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. xxyiii—no. 58 Houston. Wednesday, july 30, i862 WHOLx^ N0- 355S GITY ITEMS. Chanok or TiMi.—By reference to advertise- menu, It will be aeen that the trains on the Har- rlsburg and Tap railroads will hereafter leave Houston on the mornings of Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at an hoar convenient for all par- ties, and will arrive on the afternoons of Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. This arrangement is au excellent one, making close connection with the Galveston road, and a convenient one with the ^iew Orleans road. Hitherto passengers from the East going West after a fatiguing night's trip, had to keep on the same morning, without rest; now they arrive In the evening, and after a refreshing night's rest, resume their journey next morning. Passengers from the West going East, had to lie over one day and two nights; now they rest one night and go forward next day. We have no doubt the change will meet universal approba- tion. The negroes had another Grand ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 July 1862

Crt-HJffW? Crltflrapi). NOUBTUNi tkxa«. f H. CTJHHTO. Editor and Ptoonrtor. Taaaa—For (be WoekiyfS nor year. For the Tri-Weekly f« peryear. Por advertising 85 cents a Un« for eaeh Insertion. Subscription* and ad- vertlslng laall oasesIn advance, and discontinued when the time paw for expire*. Shlnplasters will In no eaaa be nooived. THIfCOOND TBXAtf. The Soaosd Texas Reg Iment baa won for Itself u proud distinction. Mo other regiment In the Mrviee haa raeelred such high eneonlutna from the commanding officers as have been worthily bestowed on lb* Seoond Texas. We hare already aotieed the foot that they hare been authorised to Inscribe the proud name of Shlloh on their battle flag. Ho other regiment has yet received inch a mark of approbation. The Second Texas Is the only regiment of the whole army of the West that ha* yet been authorized to Inscribe the name of a battle where they distinguished themselves on their flag. This fket alone would suffice to silence the tongue of slander ...

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