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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 June 1863

eusTorv, ob Tuidtjr, it §0 per year} Trl- Hdition, Tuesday, Thursday and |Mp«r r«r| Hill Edition, lion- o^jrfisK. a? Js^v^rses; at <taU> lino. Aanoanebments pet month, 110. Gash In j |-r-77 ^ The ul to provide for the fundteg of Treasury notes to seven ru cbnt *OKoa makes It necessary that they sbdtftd ft* flooded by the l T avtr, 11-63. After that tbpr art MOV tho option oHh«totder. Day or An foundabie at tt£wj «*• il "*'f * ^ -r-rnr JO* Oar mail edition will not be ready for do mntr to towuft^bmsni ttntU,9 o'clock in fbe }H«:« v'-i- ■ " wmh * <*—> —-—• lure 6f meeting Gon. Sam iJSlterday, looking younger I for many months; i We bad Ufc' Houston In tho iifty aad la botUr Ho to oa hie m* •i!" r;fcl tfrnyMmn. .It, haa boen susrgtsted, by soins of oar ox changes, that ilaoo (ho defeat of Hooker, McClel- lan might be nailed ones mere to tbe head of the Federal army* A gentlemanjust from Blohmond, Informs ua ho hoard, from|>artles who had orossod the llnoa, that tho young...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 June 1863

T,' ♦ *\ * \ ~ /S8 3 THE TR1-WKKK 1. Y TELEGRAPH^ %% VOL. XXIX—N(>. 35 H'^SVor, FRIDAY, JUNE 5 WHOLft *o. m< The Latest IntvIllgeBce* HOUSTON, June 3 .1 W. Dana, of Garr. 11 Pariah. La., who arrived by Contra! train to day, ityi he knows the Post- in titer at Monroe, La., very well, and contlders hiui perfectly reliable. Thlt postmaiter writes on « way bill ihatJohnston had whipped Grant. 9000 killed and wounds^, and 5000 prisoners and still pursul'g. Pemberton was in rear with 30,000 to 40,100 men. We hoar, from another passenger Juat frcm Louisiana, that Gen. MoCulloch told him that iobnaton had captgrsd 18,t00 prlaonera und^er Grant,- and the General was positive of hla infor- mation . Col. A.M. Alexander, of the 2nd Tex as brigade, arrived to day, bringing intelligence of a glorious victory at Fort Gibson, Ark. Gen Cooper attack* ed the Port with the lit T*x*s Brigade, on the 19lh nit. There were 250 Federals and Pin Indian* in the fort. 0 oper captured the fort and all th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 June 1863

-j# if- « i> H' ft*® P C||t Cri-ffiBtfhJy Ctlcgrayf; HOV T«lV, TIXAB. mr; Trl KWiMniptr 40 (Mil • line. Case la Ail Advertising, •nU par month, MO. Id Mirk MM. J\l The Ml to provide for the funding of Treasury notes tn urn rn oairr mRN MkM It uMMrjf the*tbvyshoeldk«rondodbythe 1stday w Ao After tbst tbsy in rot fundable at tbe option of the bolder. -*pr im9[ mfn&g. Oar mil odlUon will not W read v for do re until 9 o'elo* lo the P tiombobA How mamy hopeseling rou4 tho hitherto invla eible HMe atty of Vleksburgl How proudly ike has a«i upon b«r hills, bidding defiance to Iho fiesta which fer two ynn hare boon aant agaloit her I Ho* She has frowned upon tho buay Fade ratsee tha p«n insula, who la vain hart ondearor ed toftera the tide of (ho ml«hty Mississippi, oad how often hta tho roaring of hor eaaooa Mat dis- may to ths Yaakoo invadsr I Does aho atlll bold oat* o tho Confederate flag still float over her batteries T Do Confederate aoldlara atlll ata d arm* and wM successful...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 June 1863

VOL. XXIX—MO. 36 THE THI W liK K L Y TELEGRAPH. • i-.isros. MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1803. WHOLE HO. 368'.! Late lutelllgencc. Gfoat Victory at Vicksburg. The Enemy Retreating Telegraphed from Houuinont. IIkaumokt, Juue 5th,18fi3 Ai.k wnuuia, Juno 2.—Wo have good new* from Vicksburg lu Iho 28th May, sent from our armies east uf the river to the military officials at this place. Tliero lias boon a seven days tight at tho en- ti-riictnimnu buck of Yiuksburg. The enemy .i Jed the city and entrenchments three days. " the fourth day thoy assaulted our fortifications, mid woro repulsed w ith terrible slaughter. Their leas wus fully 10,000 men III thl affair. On the M'th duy two heavy assaults were made with similar result. This was repeated again on the sixth day. On tho seventh day prisoners and deserters re- port that (Irant had great dlfllcully lu bringing liis mon Id nuke another assault, and only sue- seeded by promising to retire from the siege In o ise they should not carry the works that d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 June 1863

IVirmN, TKXAR. m. cuuraro. editor m mr-** irrw E4Ww>, Mon- ti idvartlsing, month, t|0. •ptlOB Of UM I l for^b^SKo* •(Tmmv <MWT BOND* BlkM tt MtMMT idedfttheltrnav o An- Ikt/Wi MOT toundable at for it' —«■ *<W 'f a# s> $ '.r'* 1 * RETALIATION. Thv&tehmond Enquirer of May Mth,ha.an ar- Uele under tfci* fcwd. la wty* U nHf eendoet ot th* war upon th* p rt of th* • •"/ > , and our Inability ItMMUU <«. Mm*. ■ in" Huom, wh.r. th* Llnooln Government bn* been guilty of atrooltte*,and ar««Uybnjron4 aoythlng ever befor* p*rp tret*d la elvUlatd wnt*rt. Th* doctrln* of RetaliatioH '• sometime urged ll, Mm b*en unpalatable to many, and U Is not surprising that a people who have ">•• cele- brated for a ehlvelrou* *plrR, and |«nero«« lm- poll*!, (hould kt Ar*t ! *•• t l - Aiding pabkanlifoi the >ri**M «•*•«> *• I be(U«« whtohatMtf d«r- •d cr**l, and probably h*«heroa*. . g£& veraiMBt, would b« tbo wisest, and In th* and, i Moat aaitftia aoapt of . having o«rdW** ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 June 1863

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. A VOL. XXIX—NO. 37 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1863. Late Intelligence. LATKK fKOH THK 8CKN* Of WAR. We have th* Alexndrla Democrat ef Jan* 3dj from whloh we take tho-tollowlng ▼« l lo esU g autemcnl of the situation of Port Hudson and Vicksburg: The Situation. W« lave oo doubt the world and hi* w ife would like to be enlightened a* to tbe situation. We will endeavor, m lhr as we eon reliably do It, to five oar reioem a Vrua statement of It. We have bad ao Interesting Interview with Frederick White, of Bayou Bong*. a gontlemag who lefi Port Hmlson on U t S.turday evening ; and from him we gather later and fuller Informa- tion than from the paper.. Batiks, wilhtbe force* he had here, and * .me te ■ thou**nd other troops, nmong them four thousuud negro troops, arrived In the reir of Port Hudson on Monday evening, (he 25th ult.i and oo Tuesday be%vy tkirrai-bmg took plaoe all day. On Wednetday the flghtlug commenced In fuli earnest, and looted aix h<urs, wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 June 1863

Cfet ®ri-®5ethlj Kehgrayt) H9VRTON, THAI. C'OlfcHKNpONDKNCK. UaanatuaTaas Distbict or tim, Mew Miiico,i Aiizona. IIooiton, January 4, ltifc) xas.T JJ. J s. ft. onun, oi mptrnm. Trl. ,'4H' ieor| M«U Edition, Moo- Friday,at «l< l«ry**f- — ' " t«. Itlvwtislbg, rmsotb, . ZVX,.«, so Mila lint. J Th* Ml I* provide for U. funding ef Trmmrj '•'« tn M M ril ob nt hon BtkH It IrttHMJ that tb y sboold b« huM by ik l r bat or * •vBT.I'tt. AftT that ibe " Ik* option or lb* h*ld*r. ITT Our *aail e-iltloo will nol to i*U for do Hv**jr to town chmnii uutllt •'•took In ik* ■•ra tog. lCTtWO CE THBBB 000D COMPOSITORS WANTED AT TillS oppicb. T kid Kziltlinim, r. H.J.ukbeck, fit v. af Tn «-Oovii«o( When I irrlrtii In Ttui, about the last of Novrmber, iWi'J, I found her Island* and portion* of hor oowl, la the po*****lon of tho on l*s i. o4bor t*uUorr lfer*otea*dea*U*Uoe. I Tb« Divine Baler lu vouchsafed tuecess to oar effort* to drive Who fee from Mr toll, and at till* ■ n Bt evary i eland and all Um...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 June 1863
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 June 1863

4 fc Cj Cri-J0lttkli! "*jT* T*XA". i . > i ■ *.i!E2!*5?*®* ***** «i * ® riotor. 4.W Pjr fear; Trl. i«*day, nutdw ud Moll Edition, Hon- p«r year.— umn«(i Wrr- '. we>a|HMuyy -' ■• """ "Mi •#<- in i ,:j CMgraohart bolile rfM4«n UtuM kMtm.or J«£ af faoght on Ik* Mlatl*ippi. OrutNot promised to taerlfiee 00,000 mi or !w.^b,rL' •* M " H* «omlie WmV**- lo Ibe history of boltlot hi. * uhaaral Arlvea hit m*a into m eotaa(*t* a wi& if X OMWINIifl MONEY. What la II worthT Six for one! OaifM Oi« dollar Id gold. toiag.tea myth la too CoaMaraer, ul wklloaoa la lid mond, aa4 Chartoetoa, aad Houston, saay la (Mil itato their *p*r*Uoat la •pocaUlloa aad toad* W willing to pay tota* extravagant raiaa, jot gold to not ttotfttdw+trvatoe ao tor aa Oeafadarato ■«•*/ fc eewewaed, or tt *hoold tot bo. Wo k. 4 * • « •*" Owtoa harSfaand ■tVtofc.toffg, andthadeterminedand p*ral*tent •fforto On th* part of Grant lo r*duc* our fortlfi- a ooeeao at thla paritoator point. What to to bo done m« bo don...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 June 1863

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. vol. xxix—no. 39 Houston, Monday, june '15, i8gs. y,\ 'jo?}b2 A WHOLK HO. 8892 \ ITEMS OF INTEREST. We are Indebted to oar trlud J. Alktn, of tbe Signal Service, for ft eopy of frank Leslie's Illaa irated Newspaper of May 9th. The paper eon Ulna, amoag others, eata of the bembarment of Fort 8umter, cutting the leveea of the Mississippi to drown the oountrj oat, and contrabands build' log a levee below Baton Rouge. Tbta laat ex- hlbluthe negro* s eomfortabtj at work, digging and wheeling dirt, aa ma eh eo aa though ft waa their regular busineas, Instead of being free groea and riding about with officers. A a for reading matter of the paper, that la not worth talking abo«t. The Galveston Bulletin baa received New Or leftaa papera of .Tone 4th. We aeleet from Ita extracts: The Mobil* Register of Hay SB has the followlngi Sen. Grant, having made aeven assaults upon \ Gen. Pemberton'a Intrenched linea at Vloksburg, ' has gone to " digging.'' This means regular si...

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

Cfrt ffri-Jffitthlg ®tltgra | T1XA* " a. x. Vaakly on Tuesday, at N Pjr T^S Trl- . Ottjr MMm, hub;. Tkin4« u4 V« at cr MM Matt gMHIoa, Maa. Catfc la mouth ams: t f ••CAM W« STAND A tONO WAX '♦ Ow lUNttN VMIUmM Iterw two SlUCO, by Uo question which we have placed aa a heading to this article, pccpcuadsd by tke New, York Obser- ver to tta readers,aad aa that paper,in reply to IU <MMlMilttia«liltilu« tkatlki ViMI Rtataa •an itul a long war, nd Us* Confederate Statea MMfl, we propooe la show that Ihe contrary of tka re>cstUaa la ma, and tba South la grow log ia strength antj day. Tka journal from which we quote says, that when tha war began.tbe gen- aral oplaloa at tha North, among financial aa , waa that tha war oeald sat ba prolonged more than eighteen months. Baalaaaa waa thockad aad stagggered under It for a while, and th* gloomy proepeetthat loomed op, counted to Indicate that war and prosperity could not go hand la haad,and onaor tha other woald have to mo* numb. Bat tka Oba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 June 1863
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 June 1863

fKJir- Cfrt ®ri-S8etkIj ®tltgray|) OOVSTON, HUD. X. EL CUUnVQ, Editor tad Proprietor. quarter, 9fl Advertising, inta per month, *10. CAPTAIN n- U. MABH9i We have had tha p'easure of meeting Our Irk ml Oiplita H. R. Mirki, who, after a *qjeurn of eight months to Federal battle*, bw M l**t reitlotil bU liberty and 1* at bom* again, lie kindly dettfc'l bl* adraatuM* to ua, which we give, in brief, below. Captain Mltb, It Wilt bs remembered, Wat Poet Qusrtermaster at this po«t at the tiiue of Mi Waving bare last wnuer. lie obtained a furl-mgh of Genera' Hebert. and went out aa supercargo of the te in*r Union, loaded with cotton, leaving Galveston august I8tb. The vessel *afcly escspod the blockade, and waa making her war to the C0Mt of Cuba. wb*n on tke tttb the vru overhaulrd by the federal gnliboat Chamber*, and taken to Key Went aa a prize. "Here," say* Captain M*rk#,"l waa paroled t the limit* of the Uland, conditioned on my reporting mr aelf dally. On the aecond day 1 called upon C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 June 1863

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. rrz VOL. XXIX—NO. 41 HOUSTON. FRIDAY, JUNK 19, 1863. WHOM NO. MM BY PONY EXPRESS. OUR SPECIAL DISMTCIUSS. [Telegraphed (iron Beaomont.l Hoc*Ton,Jun* I7th, 1863. We km Just received the follow In* dispatches whloh ere some dejre later then before received end though sot of mash latere*!, etUl they bring u*a**araaee of continued suoesse of oarcauee, whloh Is, Itself, ffoo* tidings, and will be gladly received by the pabllo*—Bb. Tbl.1 Albxandxu, Jane 14, 1863. wh Lut Sunday Ocn. Henry K lleCnllooh attaoked, at Mllllken's Bend, ons reg- I nent Yankees, and a brigade of aenoee. The negroee were uniformed ana equipped.— The loee of the enemy in killed, was fully two hundred and fifty, we captured slxt' and one Yankee Captain. He has s( . Beared. The balance of the Yankeea, and eoldiers of AAlcan descent, ran to their gunboats. Oar lose was one man. He was a Texan. He was first wounded, and while being carried from the field, a shell blew his head off. On the day b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 June 1863

' 'V Cftt fri-ffiSttklj ®tltgrapfe TIXAI. II *M hltay,al • P" '? ■- Advsrttotag, rtiyr mitt. l®. WHAT IS TO II DONS WITH AL« 1-. mndiqbamr m;Okl*lkHI IU tfpMM. « * BMW •/ rttm tortng tka Unien, to upon Soothera toll. H* did not tmiftllWI fcM will Ml MMrt^riMrtUly fcy M mtMlMI ftm U. Ht hM *M* la tk* h*U* el Itw Federal OMItM hMimmI the flrlende •f tb* Llaeeln adaalatotratlon by hit aloqaent i of.tboM eeaetttutlonal iliMivkUikif* end by Ik* dynasty M mlnriWuk ^ BU wllbertog sarcasm k*« b*en poorcd wltkewt sttet apon lk« abolition loaders, an* he MawteMod, Ifteawukwtkted* wpea Ma ep- poMdi bto extraordinary new** of argnaaeat. Bold, daAant, argumentative, and withal hoaest, ValUndlgbam kaa awakened aa op*o*ltl*« to the war la tb* Waal, th* #ad ol whleh la **ij*t. Ik* Hoom * Representatives, though katlag blur *m *p* beand beneath kit eloquence, aad k* drew from tka It Mate, I* elaatar around klai, tka vary m«n •calnst whom ha waa directing kto t rrlble artillery. Tka abolition Prem ml...

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

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXIX— NO. 42 HOUSTON. MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1863. C ■ WHOLE WO. BY PONY EXPRESS. MU MIL BlSMTtilES. [Telegtopbod from Beaumont. I Alxxakdkia, June 17. The following are oil th« HtedlipatcheJ I hove received ilhea my l*et: *id«i"*n, June 5.—The Preiitenthoa revoked and muoIM the exequatur hitherto given Geo. Moore. British Consul Ju this city, In cunSequeuee efasiuinlrg to set In behaif of liar Britannic •MeK rty*e Goveramsi.t in matters occurring in Hie State of Ml«ls«ippl. Be w«« requested te submit to tbe N*oi'etery of Stat* bU consular com- v>UtlCD before further coiieiptndeno*> could be held u British CoUfOl ot t .# port ot Richmond 1 Without acoedlusr t i.tbii Tsqaest, fce entered intf- correspondence a* liir Majesty • I , 1 Secretary of War, thereby disregarding the leg- Ulaiats authority of tnla Government A copy of letter* patent, revoking hti exotjuitur, will be published to, morrow. Z „ . . . jfu.-iiit-rti direa 'f tu <U coutaln official d...

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

C|je Cri-SBttMj Cebgrvy^ ■•mMN, 1 I.X. SB PENDLETON MUREAH, ♦ or HABBI90.N COUNTY. 2$gmW^ MCIBA*. 'ffakava mwlMilly alluded totlie teat that (Ui irtM*. «ntanliifM|mrlMlit«M iwlttea *f Oonmtit this stato, and to-day ***!•*• pto- 0*4 bis ua« at th* head of our toUmi *e oar ohoto* tor that high portion. nb ftrrlni that at this particular (la* "*t>R himnu Waa' and th* Urf« majority of oar fMpli in io deeply Interested and anxious obeat the events transpiring upon the varlouAat- lU-AaMa In tha Coatederacy, that but lltM* atten- ttea le paid to th* *«utlr Important matters of oar elvll and social condition. If la timee of p«M -wa «hoald plaaa At the heed a f the Govern- Mat a manof sound Judgmsnt and discretion, how maeh mora neoeeaary la times like the pree- aat that a clear haad tad aoand m'ad ikoald dt* •lit Otf llili Hr.Himk, white a msmber a( tha Legislature, was noted for his conservatism, and hie dns abill- tfaa. Plgnllsf, esartosus and uasaaeptlonehlc la Ida bomI akanadr, ha ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 June 1863

TO THE PEOPLE OF TEXAS. Fellow Citizens: Yielding to wishes expresfjee oy almost every person who lms communicated with me since my return from my native State of Virginia, I present myself before you as « candidate for the office of Governor of Tex.-is. But my almost irresistibly, to <Vvct army to the support of the <2 r+ri f T •1 * Pi involved ; and c i by the St?*e fr.r :,r tbe tp. juect it ' . with * .-ti-i as „ v- selhri. iticia-i i wishes of the Si, thus procured by •. exercising a free cin the r^. u my • > own n e "-oi!«• inclinations lead me strongly, my-:. c usively with our gallant m .nL . tou? struggle in which we are I 11own +hat I was recommended irvii iu the Confederate army, and ointment has not been complied ! tiiat a small clique of jealous and means, contrived to defeat the are now seeking to use that defeat to prevent tbe people from _ ^ •') "Tit election of Governor of the State, I deem it prefer to lav bolcre you the papers connected with the matter. "T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 June 1863

San Jacinto, Oak Hills, Elk horn, Shiloh, Williamsburg, the Chick- ahominy, Manassas, Sharpsburg—npon every bloody field where her sons have been present 1 Alasit was crushed beneath the weight of a West Point science, and a military genius not her own ! Be this her apology and her consolation however sad and humili- ating. But it is not yet too late for an effort. The enemy has yet made but few preparations to secure his unresisted conquest; and it is probable that he will not soon do so, being lulled into security by his having encountered no resistance, and by assurances, which I am informed he has received, that in the absence of the fighting men of the State, it would be delivered up with but slight opposition. Let then, the effort be made. I humbly and earnestly ask, in the name of my State, that we may be permitted, under the auspicious sanction and aid of the Confederate Government, to drive the en- emy from our desecrated shores, and to defend them. With profound respect, I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 June 1863

THE TRIWEEKLY 1KL APH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 43 HOUSTON. VEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1863. WJIOLit NO. ma. | *~r BY PONY EXPRESS. OCR SPECIAL DIsmCnES. 7 ' ANOTIIKR GMMtlOlVviCTOUY IToIegrsphed from Liberty. I AI.sxandria, Juno ISth, 1063. lor,gevsral day^ pset thers hua been rumori of Another fighbat E*rtHudson. At Uit particulars h*v* NW nmItM it Jackson, Natchex an-! at this pMfc*.1 whieh seems to conflrm previous re port*. They sir* thai® i I time oo and and i greater loss than before. Ill* lose thiaums is nearer 7000 ii fn 600(1, lit killed and wounded. Beside* we tank 3 large lifted gunboats, burst the (team dram of the Xiim, scalding nesrly all on beard, and then capture dh««r. She la now In oar poesseslon. Q*n, tyeitssl was daugeromly wounded, and .has elope died. G«u. Dwight ii reported killed. 'I be ab<>Te news was sent by courier to Oen. John- ston. One of Ms aid*'gave It to the gentleman who brought It here. The people In Jackson and Natphcs believe It to.be true. Lim FROM VICKSBU...

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