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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 May 1863

II, 1-l -1 V V ®bt £n-ffifltck!i) Ctltgrapjj HOI«T«N. TIXA& , ::ig'*-jiisr;rsrss=saaBaE CUIBHO, Iditor ml Propri*ee.W 'wmw TMM*.-< Tri. Weekly. tl« per year s WpwT*«r: elnxleeTfe.Wc.; edfertW«« par IIM. Anaetinfmeat* per onlto. flO. The people ofthe UulUd BUU# Government, or gather the Government • t Ihe United Btatea KmU bat evidently become *ery «db«|| Wow par |a tha eillnutioa ©fall enlightened people. When this war commenecd there wu a bally I of and braggadocio spiritevlnesjl by Ifr. A. Lincoln that was truly refreshing. Tf* small sixty day Job ef subduing lha rebel* woald aeon ba over, and fair notice waa given thai H aajr Keropean potentate or power attempted to all or succor Ihe Sonth, clr interfere or intermeddle In enywoy whatever, they weald be gobbled ap for their luiperllnenoe. "We don't know bat the govt of Great Britain . a little aeaiad by Ihl vehemence of Jon i, and ooeoluded that Kuglnnd had better wattuntll he exhausted himself a little, before gjgyatteapt ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 May 1863

BY TUK CE\TJt\L THAI*, We set to duy the Natchei Courier to May 2d and tho Vicksburg Whig of Aprfl 30, from which we take the following: From reliable passenger*, who arrived by the Central road, mp learn the following in relation to a battle near Grand Golf, below Vicksburg, in which our troops wop acouplcfe victory: One report says that on reaching the river, the Venemy found their gunboats gone, when our troops slaughtered them in great number#, and probably captured the rest. The belief is that this force was one of the flank ing columns against Vicksburg, the other having moved from theY 200. The Federal cavalry which moved against the roads In Mississippi, fulled. The eheiyy attacked Grand Gulf batteries on the 1st. We repulsed them. On the 2d, they landed troopsubove Grand Gulf, about 10,000 to 15,000 st ong. We met thom with 4000 men, who Jell back fighting through P rt Gibson, the stores, &c , falling into the enemy's hands. On the night of the 2d. our reinforcements ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 May 1863

TO TilK KOITOROF THBTIHKH. Fi*:~A* the quwtlon of eotton eupply from "Ijjl*!* one of great practical Importance, It I* •ijilrsble that the optnloM of those who may be i ptKd to apeak with tome -authority on tba ^ lUltt should be correctly understood- I am In * iijsd, therefore. to **kyou to Insert a few |lnea oatbaauhjeet.aathe following r .**age In your rtUla of to-day on lir C. Wood1* apeecb at llal Ifaa a Ight, if pcesplaiAed, lead to. aome mlacon Wb*U to our proas r prospect of a *upply of IiuUaa la ifcWmpecl, at la most others, tba for India glte* an opinion coatrary * 'Mr, ftlpg. Mr. Lain# bad ourtelve* wllhthe mate. preafad by Mr, I^ing j under an? rtrcotmtaDcf* we can oMala at aopuljr of cotton from Indi#, fharll •ays, it too arid, the temperature too the tSSX oMhiffrowih if eotfc.nln ladla It ilm^ly a gtiealou of price, a opinion «hioh, be ■ayt, he took mo t' nye rM«o,*ml which Mi sub sequent txyerUoce ha* greatly tended to con- w. mm flrtbo111 4 V rc, n . I do net fK#i0Vef...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 May 1863

<7 X # > T < > y > v. 1'HE. Tlll-WKKKLY TELEGRAPH. '*+ fir VOL. XXIX—NO .. 27 HOUSTON. MONDAY, MAY 18, 1863 WUOLK NO. 8680 FttO.1I BRAOMONT. IMPORTANT FROM LOUISIANA! Our Spttial Hi pat chat. Biacmoxt, May 13. A courier with officii dispntehea to Gen. Mou t^D, arrived at Nlblett'g Bluff yesterday morning Ou -he 9th, I learned that Banks armywas ad v«r« clnir in% the direction of Natchitoche*. Klrby Smith was preparing to mwt it Id All our sick and wounded at Fr«nklin ami above, bave been parolled by the Federal** ' Q"ft* • number oi them have arrived hare. They confirm the report that the Federals believe that Hose- cransha* been defeated. The western ofllce/s In Banks' artnv express great fe ra that Ohio will '•* In vail d. They declare that Brag* has captured ashvllie. They also admltanuther great defoat in North Carolina. Gen. Banks has left but few troops in the coun- try he hax captured and overran. All th* eot- tonan'J sugar that fall into his hand* is at once s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 May 1863

(*> fri-SMi N«H T*RMS -Trt.Weakly, ! J"®*"*' «« per >ear t .la#*#*#*tte^^tMng^ per lino. A no oa ®-* •«>♦• p*r month, $10. THK yKmi>UV>M ^^ JHffHl58!PP|, Orell the ui «m e1iUtit * uulertaUeB by f"« Federal*. ttiO raid u some two « three thorn and V«*ra! aayaFr UW0*tfVth« «Hato. H. t by fjrtli<"b«Ni*-kC a*A1 au*t succewfuu gbouM U,* raWers iucPW^-A^rtsHK^-K to 3*w ltws«. the enfffoWWft tyM? of McCMis >'* *rf4c* >Vb# k4'< and WUHrierV ia* t> enM-hrafcul de< u •ifdurtt w 4iiAMiy ■•heart* a*r *"•" cer capable *f|yidtheVu*r efUtnTy come \l for h l«rs?e n«M'«4 al^UtlfA oft,, ', '', " Fro ia I He mull Of dlj lOtd, and sonfo whst con tridlctory dispatches r lo>Mfia WW* adlt'OH* W<;, •re enabled W1n . Wk-rtUU •ocwrrtKy the. It appeeraUj^jAw by (Jen Clulin««MmtlMS<Md W-Uff.twofiolu^us were sent < tit frowMsaf M 'm— tiMi § U* MlsolMlfpl ar.d TentiesWn tlUSrtjLito* Hernando, w^ti l«b«r solng to 8*^'*' lUo J ct oq\y to bfrid Gen„pijawer,i fn ebftj}l a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 May 1863

—NO. 28 TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH; HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1803 WHOM! NO. 8681 S| THIS CESTkAL TUR. H0U8T0.1, MAY 18111, 16C3- Paasengers by the (rain to-day report that an •oiUtaHl m reported to hute lakea place it Harrisonburg, La. ft*ait uaknown. Ota. He- hart vaa ia eommaad af oar forces. fke Federal guaboahi are vary buay on the Mtaleslppl in piehlag ap paeeengera who attempt to croea. The federal officers avaar their determination to pro* rent any farther eresslhg at Natchez. The battle In Virginia is fully confirmed. Lee had taken 5000 prisoners, and was la fall paiealt Our army vereiB possession of aHtha fords.but one. ' • -'t t . ui;< *. «• • ; .. Stonewall Jaekson vu severely woanded.and A*. P. Hill slightly. The battle was of two days duration ; Banks' army 1$ devastating the eouotry they overran, destroying the crops and bnrnlng all the - farming olenitis, taking the negroes, eto. Riomiohd, May 4.—The following dispatch has been received, dated Milford, May 3d CHi.iTA.N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 May 1863

Cbe ®ri-®fi«Ui! Ctlegrap^ aovtTOJt. vmjsjkm. E 8. cuumt. Wit** ud Proprietor. PrVul AaaXai^permeath, •10. THE RITOATION. ii « re'raiood from ronifki un4#r thla teed forini lima, owing to the meagre fend on* ntkflMtorj Information wo kiw reoelved. Wo have had la addition to reliable nova, * great auT rumors foatla# obont, which haying felled lo trace to any responstbls or authentic aouroo wo dlaeard aa loo unoerulu to prodleato a remark upon. On latartay wo reeelred newa of a battle la Virginia, wife* waa confirmed by paseengera oa Monday'a train, from ono of whom we obtaln- ad an extra of tho Caddo 0 r.tte, containing tbo ©fecial report of the battle frofe Gen. Leo. Ghitn cel'ervllle lo a tavern kept by a man from whom the ptaoo tftkoa IU name. It la la BpotUjlvanla county. aod about ion mllea from Fredericksburg Tho Wlkkrnese la also In the aamo <ounty, aod abtut eight or nine mllea wootof Cbanoellorvlilv A plank read runs from Proderiokabnrg through both thoao placas, and from ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 May 1863

• •• ruia VOL.-XXIX^-NO, 29 TKl-Vy EEKL Y TlfiljlfiGRAl'ii; 1__X_H0^T0N, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22,~1863 ,U,' , \ WHOLK NO. 8682 , R. IMPORTANT COHI^bSPONDBNCK. The following copies of correspondence betweed Hon. W. S.Oldham of Texas, and Hon. Jas. A. Seddon, Secretary of War, tggethlr with Mr. Old ham's remark* relative thereto, have been for warded to us for publication. Sinath Chambkr, Richmond, Va. Feb l(f, 1863 Hon. Jamb* a. Seddon, Secretary 01 War : Sir:—In oar oonversstton on Friday evening , laat, you Informed me ttut yon had issued an or- der prohibiting any interference on the part of vie military authorities or the Trans-Misslsslppl De- partment* with the exportation of cotton aaross the Bio Grande river. If proper. I respectfully auk that yon will furnish me witn a oopy of the order. 1 am, respectfully, •* Yoar ob't serv't. W. 8. OLDHAM, « —— " Confederate Btatbsof America, War Department,'Riohmond, V*., Pel). 19, '63. , Hon. W. 8. Oldham, 0. 8 Senate. • Sir:—Tne orders, to whi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 May 1863

i;- ii *r 1 \A Cjft Cri-iffittfelj Ctltgraflji , MOCT-TO*. TIC X AM M. m. CWOUWB. Kiltor end TS|Uf<l«—'Trt-We#* y, tl« pe i w*ekly. m «HMteeniNee Vfte.i a«tv*vtMwg MM, 1^^®^ ®MM&4fce 910. •A Left* from the Florida pe SCAD. JuJ*$frn *mitlH l end fertile Island Of Jnt «ir4i the deadly ipm Vp*, iid li «Md to be mM thet tbeeeaMe I|MB tbo«Modi had Wten mwUr Ha noxfoea lagneeeee. Brarr preaeetloB woo token by tooeo who from eerloa^ty or MtMltr. started toward AM deety deetlag pleat. The atory want, WB prtNM w r etatloesd wttknt the potaoned «lnh wktehoerreended thempas tree, whose boa- ltyfot H wes to abrlve Ika write***, who war* oh- ■< ttgedte take np thetr line of atereh for tha apot, arotrod which had fallen their forr^pr aacectstea Throughout tha valley In which thla deadly tree vegetated. Iha boaaa of wan and Wets wera aaaa. * Ij^'deeolatlon and death resigned supreme. We een reedlly conceive what moat have haan feelings of thoaa 'who vara deetlaed to aiaka tha attempt to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 May 1863

% ITK.1IP4 OK INTKRWT. a tic ave Just received a copy of the New Vnrk Times, of April 3<Kh, from a friend. ' Hi>w It cum*, or by whom, fli^s not mutter. It reached at In just aoday• from NewYork. The London Tln><>* mention* th«'detention of the tk Alexandra,'' it being alledged that she is a Confederate gunboat. A letter from gt. Thomas to London s'ates that that port l fast becoming a mere federal station, aud the. arrest of ships becomes more and mnre na'crupnlouK. ' The lastselsura reported vaa the Br. Btr. Dol- 'ph In, from 8t. Tbomai for Nassau, both British P°rta* She vaa captured,a short dlstauce from St. Thomas and a prist crew pu* on board, by the Federal steamer Waohusett. John Ball is still quiet under tha Insult! Earl Russet has recently intimated "that if'the United States Govern- •mstat allege a-legal pretext, ho matter whether enpD%ted by direot proof, or even rational a* sumption, the Federal cruisers will be full/ en- titled to oarry off British vesie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 May 1863

for th* Telegraph. IN MKMOKIAM* A ii 'I HUM LlgCT. lM«««AM, who fell at the BaUle Of OftlVM . ton. January lau 180. burst* of ippliuw for your respected Governor. Iw«k|<mptelfQllr/«ll your attend on tothe HHrtl aspect of pub lie In order thai you bay MtIn mom meant to render i me thing* let* « WHUII.MOHI. «• bead on hU flaahlngawerd, «i' lor* Ut* told wit irofc, «n.s a- . thjMrfiAtel IW Vk*r«hit Uf* ru.eenred— 'i i* gallant bree**, J/ was shadowed bat could notdis, JX* dUd vUh tho (loam la hU youthful *f« The fire In hi* g«lla Thought waaahadow* nil gllste nod upon For Liberty *brin«d hi4 parting breath, JUdfu T3K& HU young br*e i etllke an ocean rook Tho cUih of th b*Ul*-itorm HI* proad *oal •ntiiedptjh* tomput *hoek, TM b ad*red around hi* form. ' glistened upon hi* er**t I irtjr tbrined hi# parting I 'IPU;hi* l«*ttrumpfl erf ... eotom hath torn hi* young dmi f m p«W *« tutor iit I [Death— publicandothor* mora**. The public execution of a few extortioner*, for instance, mig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 May 1863

7 THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 30 HOUSTON, MONDAY, MAY 25. 1863 WHOIjB NO. 86$3 >' r < A. BV .THE CKVTHAL TIMIV. Houston, May 23d, 1863. ^ We learn from Mr. Powser, of this city, who ar- rived on the train t -<l*y, that the enemy have captured Port Oibiun, and now hold It with a large fore, supposed to he 40 to 50,000 strong — Our forces, ater lighting valiantly, fell back to Vicksburg before overwhelming numbers. The en?my ara fortifying on Big Black river. They now hold Grand Gulf and Port Gibson In strong force. Bunks, after devastating the conn try he overrun, hat retired across the river with hl whole fjree, together tvith all th • likely no- groes, hors-s, mules, etc., that h? could steal. It l.i supposed he has gone to assist 4n the siege ef Vicksburg. ' The story of the Confederate fleet off the mouth of the river, is most likely a fabrication, as pas- sengers hear nothing of it until they get pretty well down Into Texas. Van uorn was killed by Dr. Peters,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 May 1863

\ V \ \ V 4 1 m mht- |^vf; C|t Cri-S8ttltls ®t%rap|) IIOI'HTMI, TKXA« E. H^t'UtBlVO, Elisor aad ptoprtetoc. •<( |<«*r y*ar; inrl* o->pies 'AV.; sdv*rito<ng MO' per Hit*. Atinoune* m*n a pr month. §10. T1IK Sll C.tTilMf. The enemy havs ovMunted Louisiana It seems bvford doubt, sud the nmiirsl qacstlon la, for what.t Aft r having marcht «hwfcfc great rapidity overih; fairest portiou.ef aqr sinter ylate.vrocoed- ed triumphantly up Re<t Hirer, almost within hull of our own Sute,wilt>a fjprce esimatedf.r superior to our ova, * vj with the determination oppressed, Of invading Tegs*. ho suddenly makes a retro- gsdu mavcuiqxit, *<>') I«« vm«c 'he speiib of his tri- umi'U, he carries bit entire fore* on the other •111* ef the Ml«*i l >pl river. What does It mean 1 The opening nftbc Mississippi is the grand ob- J-ct Juit iwt/iod uo c (Tot ror energy srill bo spared to redac* yfoit bar# end Port Hudson. We here „said overbad over again, th.t tho t klngor these t*o po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 May 1863

/ r THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. r < A VOL. XXIX-NO 31 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY, MAY 27 l*«3 *i. WHOI.K NO. 8684 B¥ T«E OSMTBAL TlUlif. HOUSTON, Co!. Wilcox, Member of Congress from the lit District. arrived to-day. F'om him ws learn that the recent bombardment ef Port Hudson was d«a tltute of important reautta. Only one m" n waa injured on our aide. Th" dam*(re to the Federal* la not known. We are und*r obligations to Gol Wilcox for favors. No papera cam* through to- day. Tlie following Items of news, rnmora, ate., were glean* d from passengers by onr correspon- dent at tfhreVfport " Trbntok, La-. May 18, p. *., 1863. " gte . inborn Tucker hssjust arrived from below and bring* the foil-wing : Natoh* a and Jackson papera publish the an- nouncement b? the President of Stonewall Jack- son's death. Ha died at hia country pluoe, and the body waa expound to 'talent the Capitol in Richmond. He waa buried last Wednesday. It ia reported that he was ahot by our own men by mis- cake. ■; A force of Fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 May 1863

Cfee & m. mm. wi w e&snsBawjMsn: p *H r^iMWHyWUPWMWUll. 10. ra 1CT MA looker on." Give u« yoer neme. (M. Juk WUmi. We viri gretlfled yeeterday by reeelvlag a loaf visit from the IiInM reprsaeatatlve la Ooogrees ef the Sea Antonio Die rtct, who |i « •• l , IM of nlu'b Information, ud buoyed na up with his testimony ofthe eaoavering confidence in our mum, uklbM k| ilapmpli •H ow tin Confederacy. A fieri' eertag *'• <teeerlp«lo of oar bo pttaU,eud b*l«g oeeer«2w th tt>« information thai the at. k aud wounded of our am? *«n eared for a* m«"U should be * • fait a deelm to repel the wboieetile tleadere. which are eo f-^q'tonily writ- un ti« reUtiee to the people at horn*. Hundredt or thousands ot dal bra have been sent to Uie •rati by ihe liberality and patriotism of our men end women «a<l tnatead of the slok ooldler, end dying volua>te< being nr|lt>t«d rd forgotton.we me told lhat their quart- re m* made comfortable.and (heir h-tpi ale ••hep! It*e a parlor." W b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 May 1863

1 TR1-WEEKL K VOL. XXIX-no. 32 HOUSTON FRldy, MAY 29 , IK03 WHOM! NO. 8685 Tbc Latest Intelligence. Hot'srou, May 27th, 10 A m. We are indebted to Cttnt. Clnte for the follow- ing, Just received by Pony Express, telegraphed from Briauoik It it evident from the tenor of the dispatch that the enemy have had possession of Jaokson, though their utton pt to blow up the Capitol show th.U they did aotdeilga holding it. Tue reio t f the -eci-nd bU nettle in Virginia t- frotu h r tint «b ut ch .nnel, though th of.t rations <1 t*.e enemy to Jacd&ou mlgiitvery likely prevent more direct lnf' null u. If tltlH repot i prove* true, "figlitlnu" J«e Hooker i- oe^alnlyce vjwf hl< llitle. 1 Wo have Jackson dates o' the 13th,by telegraph, that say nothii ft of it. and this leads ua to quea tion the r< ort, though It may be truo. We give ita we receive it. Courier Office, i Natchkz, May 2uth,«?fl3. { QkVT. O.C Clcte : Hot'MKYj May 19.—Gen. Chamberlain, A- Q. M., brings intelligence irom Po...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 May 1863

■p f \t Cri-®EtthIs ■ •VNT«I«. TIXAN ——, I * UUlBDIOt Cdtt«r u< Proprietor. TBBMS.-ffrt. Weekly, 81* par ysar , Weekly | starle enpiee J«.j advertising SOa inwivMtl per Month. $10. STlitonmton we- tod of Mr. Y*rhro, Co H tMltMl Cetalry. pi*MHd4ifti(Wi«Act. T Hn Fsriat Hearted. The Coluabus Bon ku • good srilele addreared ts th* hjpochoodrlaesof tbo Sooth, who always look upon tbo dark aid* of ear national affairs. Per th* b*e*fit ot all whom It may concern we will OMke a fbort sjnopsls. la tbe winter of *76 Washington with his little amy fought two bst- tlee, and woo bolb (Assumplnk aad Princeton) and marched ©tar thirty miles on a daaporatoly mud- dy road, tka man being on qiarter ration*. In thirty hoar*—th* brave frllowe not baring alept In 48 hour*, in Dueeroti*r *70 when rain and staivstlon ■Wm«d inevitable to the '"rebels" two third a af tka efay wsr* iaithaut ahoea. Two 'pee>d« of bacon was'be allowance to a aoldtar for ten d ys, and for 8r# days *bwy subsisted on netbf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 June 1863

THE TR1-W EEKL Y TELEGRAPH. VOL, XXIX—NO. 3 HOUSTON MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1868 WBOM? N< 8h86 The Latest Intelligence. Monday, June 1st, 1803. v/a have bad the pie aara of greeting onr old I'flsnd Dr. Y. L. McNeil, of Harrlsborg, who ha* i off returned from Richmond. Hi left Mobile c tho 13th, passing the neighborhood of Jaokson, >fiss.,on ths 18th, croaitng the river at Natches oti the 19th, and making hla way through L>uis- :ina and Mississippi, and a rr It log here safely on Saturday night. Dr. McNeil met tho Appeal and Mississippi ojSces. both changing thier bate with all conve t ient tpeed, and making their way to Alabama. 1 he Appeal, and probably the Mlsstsslpptan, will l>o published for the future at Montgomery. From a conversation with Dr. McNeil we de- five some dstlnct idea of theFjderal movementa In Mississippi. As Judge Tucker remarka tt la eary to under- stand it when we hare lDtelliglble data. Refer- Mig to h is article for more minute particulars or the first da...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 June 1863

Cjtf Cdtgnqil 4 HemtN, jrsxAtt. K ft cvnmro. wiw m jn* Weekly on Tt* d(ir,il K par year} Tr1> Weekly, %lt? Edition, Tuesday, Tka<kUr w< Satarday, at «I6 per year; Mall KUtlea, Mo. d« , WtdtMd y Md frUtr,il 916 p r*«ir - F«r both • dltions par quarter, t«. Advertising. SO cents a line. Ammhxmidu pir aoalkt «• • 0«*9 «a all ram In advance. J i| I? Oar nail edition will aot N ready fo da livery to lowa eaaiomere until 9 o'clock la Ike morning. RBCKONINO W1TMOPT HIM HOW . In format Ian relative to aoaaa or Iho plana or Hooker, before tha Rappahannock fight, have bran dor vad iron tba papara la tha Un Itod Btatea. So oartaia araa tha Vadaral Oancral tbat bo wee about to *U'C*ed, and ib« invincible an; of tka Confed •racy araa to bo daraaMd, tbat la cavaly was aeni to aalsa Ashland, for tba parpoaa of cutting rff Gen. Loo'o retreat 111 Tbls waa tbo o>Ject of tba raid to Aabtaad, aad, aa a eo temporary ra narka, waa wall aoongk plaaaad If tha perform* aaea bad boaa equal tothed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 June 1863

THE TRIWEEKLY VOL. XXIX—NO. 34 HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, TELEGRArfl.,; i WHOLE Ntt W87 y ITEMS OF INTEREST. • Costly.—The Cincinnati Enquirer says, the Preparations for the attack on Charleston coat one hundred and fifty millions. The fight laated half hour, or at the rate ef fifty millions of d liars er minute. Hooker's headquarters are in the saddle.—Yan- kee Telegraph. To thiuk of a General that didn't know his hind quarters from his head quarters expecting to whip Gen. Lee. —" What Is life? a cup of sorrow- Now and then a honied sip, Precious drops of richest nectar. Snatched too quickly from the Up. Friendship, 'tig a beauteous bubble Dancing gaily on life's stream, Lasting only for a moment, Transient aa the meteor's gleam." The law library oNMr. Beqfamin, in New Or leans, has been confiscated. . Since the splendid time made in the late match at Sumter course in front of Charleston, we ex- pect to hear no more of "two forty on the shell." ythe shelling was done, aud well don...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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