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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 June 1863

I Cjft KtlfjrafJ ■0MTON, TKXjU. & a. onus* icnv m fW Gtvcraer. PENDLETON MURRAft ow n Ana ikon covnrr. —WW— Weekly on Toesdar, at i|S per year; Trl TuuNtay City MUlon, uMMMP MHJV, St «M p«r >Nr | Mall Edition, M<m- day,Wada**d«y Mi mu,ll in pt year.— Porbotfc«4ltlonsp«r qaartcr, gfl. Advertising, "srx^fer-^r •* [Will b*eharg*d for nekInsertion on. Adv*rtl* rs will plMN VMliy th*y desire their advt rtlMBioti to *•_ w had a MfrMbtag and da* -allaylng «ln IlNWrdi). ! «—* . SEJL. Wharton County Bcilp win be redeemed here- afte tnthfrcKy byL. J.lntham. ci The New* 1* Informed by a letter from AatUntkat both MoCalloeh and Clerk have with, drawn ha eandldaey for Gore V 11 — i TTf* We hate prepared a tall report 0/ the speeoh ofJndge Gray, delivered. In thl* ellr an Monday awning, but U has hem crowded oat of to-day** paper bjr late n*w . TO* The l* f* wolume of I* to faff Wteredttng matter, «^tra«(Wj| Iky a* from the laat Mississippi paper** will take th* place te?d«r whleh mlfht...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 June 1863

THE TRIWEEKLY 4 $h<m > -< I'dS VOL. XXIX-NO.-44 HOUSTON, FRIDAY, JUNE 2C, 1803. WHOLE KO. 3697 BY PONY EXPRESS. OllR SPECIAL DISPATl'uKS. [Telegraphed from Liberty.| «-< 4. From the Mlstltilpplan, Jane lllh: Holly Spring*, the beautiful "city tof flower*," and IU vielnlty, continual to be a kind er middle ground. ButU partiet claim lt; both forage upon It; and frequenty rifle tholt may be heard la ttie detolated street*. We hove a lever from that place, wiitten by a friend 00 tye 7U tost., whloh nay*: 'l'o-ilav, about nine In the morning, we were com- pletely turprised by the appearance oi a regiment of Feder I cuv^lry. They entered at a lope, placed pick- ets In everv main road, and went to wmk hunting something tliey might steal. Citizens wuj owucil homeii or vehlil.us >ull«red, and negro meu were liu pressed lo ser*8 s h Idlers. Their Muy.Uowuver. was hort. There wag but llt- tk found lo tempi their thieving propensities. aud dhey went lo ai arcli ot tome utt.er p ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 June 1863

'\t Cri-®BuMj Cdtgr*^ HOiHT«N, TBXAn. X m. COMLWOi Miter Mi Fropctoar. ^ II I i * Ftr atTtrur. PENDLETON MUBEAII,- Of BAEttltOft CO0NTV. ID" Weekly oa «*. Weekly oatieidtT, at 99 per y*a i 1 •' • F. 0U Edition, Tetsdsy, Tttur*<U «*<i «Sf*. at «M Mr pearl Nell MUtoe, Mob- r3- Advertising trill be eh*rgrd for eaefe inaertten In each edition. Advertiser* mill pie*** *p«eify wkteb edition tbfy desire their *dVt rtl*emtnU to appearIn. >■.<■...*•- ... .-• #r*- n i, , ,i —— ITf Mtwtfani IW r*o e*tod to hand la th*lr advertisement* bp 3 o'clock, p. a., prevlou* to publication. n —i— JO" Journeymen Boekhloder*, who are esempt fro** military daty, can flad pirui—it employ msnt, at gemj wage*, at the office oftbls paper. HP Wo colt attention l%Ue letter of Mr*. Wharton, la tpday'* paper The patriotic spirit that dloUWe It, la eharaoterUUc of tho noble **a- aon aad aelher, alto, offerers, catvalrltaod pa- triotic mob. Hargallant *oal* worthy of haf. ; —-A*-'.. . . ID* Wo arc ladobUd...

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

TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXIX—NO. HOUSTON. MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1863. WHOLE NO. 8698 < ♦ BY PONY EXPRESS. OCR SPECIAL DISPATCHES. [Telegraphed from Beaumont.] Alexandria, Jan* S3d The following dljpit.h wa* received here this morning by • citizen: OpkLooeAfl, Sunday Morning, Slat Jane.—All tafoat Vlektburg and Port Hadion. Both place* closely Invested. An abundant auppljr of prowl- (Ion* In eaoh place. All attempt* to curry either place by anault signally repulsed. Johnston, with 40,000men, la between Jackson and Vlcksburg, ready, when the time come*, to (all upon Orant'a rear. HI* army u being rapidly re- inforced by accessions of troops fro ft Virginia, North and South Carolina,Georgia, Tennessee and Alabama. Tbe great battle of the war 1* no doabt to oome off there. Walker'* Division of Confederate* from Ar- kansas, numbering about — thousand men, left by Geu. Taylor opposite Vlektburg. Orant'a line of communication between Mill'jlien's Bend and New Carthage out off an(l all his ...

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

Cjjt Cri-SSuhlg KfJtjraji-j) 3pi' ■•c*t©w. «*«• x. h. ctraHiira. mdtm «a ttwhh*. F*r C3«v«-roor. PENDLETON HURRAH, Of IJARRISON county. li Kor (Mmcreifl, 34 Dlntrict* Hon. PETER W. GRAY, O* HARRIS COPKTT. J I Bv; "'lltwMJk in* Weekly on Tuesday, at «u per yearj Trl- Weekly, City Edition, Tneaday, Tburiday and Saturday, at 910 per iMr} Mall Edition, Mop. day,Wadn*iduy sad Friday,at t W per jr«*r.— For both edition* pe-r quarter, «S. Advertising, SO«xstotf lino. AcuoauwmtiiU per month, W. Oa*h la all ease*in advance, ill Advertising will be Charged for rich Insertion In e*th edltToh. Advertiser* will please ipeeiry which edition they deilre their edVtrtliemeiiU to appear In. v. ICr* Advsrtliers are rrqfested to hand In tke!i advertisements by 3 o'clock, p. m., previous to pubUeatlpn. Latter from Alexandria. . _ AlbXahMIa, J«00 Xrttll.JW Ne«r«p*p*n from uie other siu at jfceMi 'ppl are about a> eearee ae oAhken* after a 1 IMS. i . - -l —Missis- sippi are about it scarce ae oAMkene a...

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

THE TRI-WEEKL.S >L. XXIX—NO. 46 HOUSTON. WED PONY EXPRESS. "*0|!tt SPECIAL DI8PAT€i E$. [Telegraphed from Beaumont. 1 MOltB (iLORIODH NEWS. Alkxardri Jane 88.—Glorloai rc*i comet ililek aud fast, read the following: - CnLrsrna, Jane Kith.—(Jen. Swell, at lb* hsad of Stonewall Jackson's old command, took Win- chester on Hunday. captured many supplies and rami prisoners. The worke wer* stormed by Early'* Division. cpmposed of NorUt Carolinians, Georgian*, Loulsianlans and Virginian*. Richmond, Miss., June IS.—The enemy'* out- airy which passed Byhalla Tuesday la Imported to have turned in th* direction of Ue Mississippi and Tenneaaee Bailroad bridge to Yoeona, be- tween tbl* and Grenada. They may penetrate to Grenada and break the conneotton on both road*. They may visit this place first to destroy •tore*. They won't find them. Panola, June 18.—'The Ysnkee oavaiy con sinting of Hatched and Wallace's reglmcuts, wss rigging a raft' to cross the Tallahatchie yes- terday evening at Wya...

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

fri-Mttklj ftkgrajifc HOrHTON, T1KU. CUBJUXa M*itm Far JJ# rr« r. PENDLETON MURRAH, qithabeih cophtt. \ Vmr fmmrtm, 34 'wiikt Hon. PETEB W. GEAT, Of HARRIS COUNtt. mmmmmmmtKmrnrnmrnrnftrn am Trl- —WjfKm Edition, Mm UTI* W—Ur on Tm *i Weakly, City ESitloa, BatorAr, at «10 per rwr| Nail KdHlon, mob- <tey. Wafeesdsy u< Friday,at «M par j*r - or both editions Mr qwur, |l. Advertising, lOswr tea line. Aa—suaaamaala pat month, 1D. Cash la all aaaaa la atvaaaa. JTlf Advertising vlU be ehargad for each Insertion la each edition. Advartieers will please speolfy which •dttlon they doalra thslr advi rtlsaments to appear la. ITT Advertisers are requested to hand la their advertisements by 3 o'clook, p. m., previous to publication. COMPOSITORS WANTED AT THIS OFFICE. Priws of conipomtion, <8* 1 25 per 1000 emu, nnd permanent situntioiui gunrauttted. IBS MTUATIO*. ^ All hall! The wo?k goo* bravely on I "This-fl Beputdlc, that against tha blast of opposition rose.', stiiids fl.m, and amid ...

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

THJ4 TRIWEEKLY VOL: XXIX-NO. 47 HOUSTON, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1863. K • ■ \- £ J , m WHOLE NO. 8700 BY PONY EXPRESS. OUR SPECIAL DlSPATCbKS. [Telegraphed from Bsaumont-l Alma nnsxa, 28th June, *03. Gad. Taylor's late brilliant capture wrs even grester than he first reported. A later report of blasts that the number ofprlsonerscsptursd was 1500 Instead of 1000, the number firM Riven. He ulso recnpored two thousand Degree* that Bank* had taken from Louisiana, and one thousand horses, eotncntiiarj and quartsr waster stores, ud onlntfnco store*, from the I wo (rand depot*, to u*e his ot*n wtftds,exceed belief. An offloer on hi* staff sht.. over four millions of dollars worth of property *■ taken. A large quan- tity of snail arms were taken. Col. Majors, now General Majors, I am told In his engagement lost thirty-fire men. I have notyetg >ta llstofeisuiiti'lOF. Jtl* said Phillip*' Regiment didmoitof the lighting under Majors at the t'me the capture wai made. Moans for saving the property c...

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

$frt EtltgwjfJ ■•USTMMI, TltXAH. * * h. cumdnl Edit« Mi nwwtot. For Omnitr. PENDLETON MURRAH, OF HARRISON COUNTY. w 34 District Son. PETER W. GRAY, V IUHBIS OOVKTT. WMkly, cttr E ITT fwtli oo Taesu«y,st 9*1 per f**v| Trl- ' "r Edition, Tuesday, Thur*da *0* ... tit p*e year; Will *dlti*o, Men- K'tloMdiy aod Friday,*t fU pfr edition* t>er qiMUr, 94. ok'.i line. Atboumercsnt* per month, *W. Oaah la all eatet In advaaco. .O Advertttlnr will be ebtrged for *<h In write* la each edition. Advertisers will pl*ae* p««lfjr whloh edition they d*t ire th*lr *dr<rti**m*nt* to appear la. ^ ITT* Advertiser* artWqnMted to hud la their advertisements by 3 o'clock, p. a>., prerloa* to pubHaailen. 1.KT VH BB PREPARED. Ia a leading article la oar lartclty edltloa, ('•■ published, ai utusl.ln our mall edition,) under lb# heading of" ITtmt Map Uapp«t,f wo «Bd* v- ored tp point t ha public alien lion to a eontligen- ey which, though we all hope and belle** will ao* ocour, yet U la the part of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 July 1863

THE TRIWEEKLY rrormr hW|R i'Wf VOL. XXIX—NO. 48 HOUSTpN, MONDAY,* JULY 6, 1863. WHOLE N0V 8701 BY PONY EXPRESS. * < OUR SPECIAL DISPATCHES. [Telegraphed from Beaumont.) Alexandria, June 30. Yon may rtmenber that two or three week* •ince I predicted that young Slouewall.Gen. Dick Taylor, would, to a f*w day*, a*toni*h the entire Confederacy by hie aoU. The following record, gathered chiefly Irom the columns of the Loulsl ana Democrat, published to-dav, which hat had an opportunity of gaining official informutloD, apeak* for Itsolf: Oen.'Taylor, with Walker'* 01 vision, fought the enemy at Ashland, In North Louisiana, on the 7th in*t. Before *tarting on thl* expedition! he bad dispatched one of bia staff officers to Southwest Louisiana, to keep him advised of matters In that dlreciun. Information he received about tnl* time deter- mined him to mak* tho movement which has re- salted so gloriously to our arms. In half an hour he wai in the saddle. In this way and in ambu lance he tra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 July 1863

H. C'tOTXtfO, IdUw Mi rm "st, *«; aasa^ sy- ? ' pw wverwr N HURRAH, BAXXlSuft COUNTY- Fer C*n*r«w, M Dtttriet. Hon. PETEE W. GBAY uv hakrib county H^Snp^ K^ShB ■fe f# day, W*4n*«d>iy f W b«tb edIttolM fit MB** ttOO. Advertising, sr month, kid. I nor mutter, |> , 0**h to all «MM to advance. «LU Advsrttoluf vtU be charged for *cb Insertion to each edition. Adv*rU**rs will plea** ipectfy ' whten edition thw (tealro tb*tr sdv ftUementt to In. * iry Advertisers *r* requerted to hf.nd to their adTertl**m*nts by a o'oU «it, p. *.. pr**lon* to pu*'H< a'ion. ... ' AFFAIRS AT VICK8DDRH. A« • ptibllo journalist we kin *t'.*Bipt*d At *11 timet to direct toe public wind in a correct and proper *baoa«l, AiUy *ppr*o'*t'ug the n- •pwwtblltty #hloh-*tt*eh** to Ac position of one wh> dlrootsen powerful •■gin* w the Pre**. If we b*vj> failed At It| time, It ««*t be charged to the follbtilty of our Judgment, od from no de- tire to monid the oplo'on of the for any selfish or Improper moti...

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

THE TRIWEEKLY "'TEL i ^ VOL. XXIX—NO. 49 HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1863. < Litter from th* Baagara. T*xa*Ra>osrs' Camp, Nasal Sparta, Tbhn., may -Mtb. 18U8.1 Editor TilIaiavb Though stirring m4 glo- rioaa.aews oome* to us fro* our bwlhiau in arm* on the soil of the old Dominion, atttl ajt la quiet iletf our Hnes. Ere yet >cg our Hnes. r this date we had sappofed that some Boomeuteo* •jeuto would have traiuplred ap this way- but so far all hone* have hueu disappointed, and all prophecies hopes hare bueu dlsappol are uofulBlled. Any day however, the storm our burst upon a*; and,Oh, terribly will the Iron hall pour upon the ranks of our devoted army! Kav tbe God o(battles cover our beads when the hour of eoafilot oomes 1 Our trust Is In Him, and to Him do we look for the victory. Bltuatcd as we ave.tltUe news reaches us, and we scarcely know what Is going ou In the outside world. Col. Har- rison's brigade, except the Hangers' ba!t«ry. is dow at Liberty. The last oourier from...

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

■•VST9N, THAN. m. I. cuannia. mum Mi rnpzimm. Iter OtniMr. PENDLETON MURRAH, OV HAREISON COUNTY. MrVMrtw, U District. Hon. PETER W. GJRAT. OF HARRIS OOUNTT. ForMtffc editions Mrqnsrtsr, ••• Advertising, txtr&zJirsxsrir Advsrtislng will be stun* for sash insertion eh edition. AdnrtiMn will plsese specify which edition they desire their sdv«rtltsmsnts to appear in. , IT? Advsrtlesrs art requsstcd to hud la thalr ■vwllMBiito by S o'olook; p. m., previous to pabllo silos. THE SITUATION. Oar nsws from Vlekstmrg la stilt esoosraglng and ths toao of oar sorrsspondsno* la "tbaro la nothing to fear." Wo are aot determined oa aombra baoa asd portentions paragraphs, bat ara aa ready to rejoice aa any reader who may Aad la oar islcgrsphls diepatehaa anything to give Rope aad leatore perfect confidence. It iaaald '•all ta right at Ylcksbcrg," aad we have formatloa which would tadaoe s^^STSk asf« thine waa wrong. We bopa^^^^d J<K)k tor a Tloloryat lasWbtyt oar aaCg doea not Justify aa la t...

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

THE TRIWEEKLY VflK XXIX—NO. 50 HOUSTON, F$IDAYt JUUT 10, 1863. JL- , J WHOLE NO. 3703 7 or PONY EXPRESS. V OUR SPECIAL IMSPATtiiES. [Tolegraphed from Beaumont.] Alexandria, July 5. Col. Harrison, at Laka-St. Joseph, made a dash among a lot of Yankees who had taken poMOMton of aomo plantatloni, and ware farming on their own hook. He .captared S Yankee Captains and f.00 nerroea, and then destroyed the gins, mill*, aud allfhrmlngutensils. , t The following dispatch for the Telegraph ttft* J net received: New Iberu, July 2d. Riiitor Houston Teleorapii * . Another glorloue victory for Texal' bravo ions' Donaldsonvilla was taken yesterday. Ool. Ma- jors, acting Brig. Gen., attacked the place on the 30th, with his brigade, Pyron's Arizona brigade, mid Arlsoca battalion. In the attaok Ool. Majors whs wounded| Ool. Phillips killed,and nearly all the officers or hla regiment—third regiment Arizo- na Brigade—kilted or wounded, and about one hundred men were killed, mostly of Phillips' reg- ime...

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

C{jt Cti-SSStdtlf ftltgntfl ■•DINN, TMMAM. s. a. Fl C W f. PENDLETON MURRAH, Of BAUI«0 COUNTY. mm Bar VtiiNN, M District. Hon PETEB W. GRAY. Of HARBI3 COUNTY.. Ml is huw. at |M par nw| Mail Edition, Moa- K8zS^EgVu/RJXZ Masatoa Um. iiMMMHii per month, Jt>. Cm* In *11 MM la wnum. jt~it Advertising will becbwftd lor each Insertion la «Mh edition. Advertisers will plsase specify which edition they desire their advertisements to appear is. lO* Advertisers arc rifMtel to hand la thslr advertisements by3 o'clock, p. m., previous to pablieatton. IU" Ths price of the Telegraph wholesale, is 913 par 100 ocplss. Psrsons desiring to aall in other. cities and towns, aa wallaaupoa lbs rail- road*, can receive omm direct fro* tba offloe, postage paid at this rata. . sswss OBN. T. J. CHAMBERS. Gsn. Chambers is now bafara the paopla for the fourth Uaa.aa a aaadldata tor Governor. At no election haa ha ever palled what might bs called an eneoaraf lag tote. Nearly always hlndmoet In tha raca, ha ih...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 July 1863

THE TRIWEEKLY IE yol. xxix—no. r>i HOUSTON, MONDAY, JULY 13, 1863. BY PONY. EXPRESS.) OCR SPECIAL DISPATCHES. 'i [Telegraphed from Beaumont.] u ' Alexandria, July 7lh, I8U3. About 150 of Texa* troops killed and wounded In the !%te battles about Viek*burg. Kirby Smith • was at Monroe* La., on the 5th, end loft on the 7Hi for Delhi. Col. Parsona oapture d fifteen hundred nogroes near Lake Providence on the 30th. SOU negroes wefO *oldl*r*. The net war* cultivating. their masters' plantations In copartnership with Abo. Oil Wtduesdsy l*ht Geu, Johnston left the vicinity of Jsckson to attack Grant. t<> prevent mai.ced II nothing has occurred the attack, it has probably already corn- It a. M.—The victory at DonaldsonvlUe, although a glorlouH one, was deany bought. Our losn It vuther iuo e than ttiststited. We lost 330 b-avc men. An unusual laige uuiubor of officer* were klt^eil Hnd wounded. ,C"I. Majorat acting Brigadier General, ia woun- ded—not dangerously. 0 1. Phillips, M jor ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 July 1863

C|t ®tltgraji|j ■ •«J«T«N, TIXM. & & ovnoxft. mm ui PBNDLETON MURRAH, or Rm« courty. 3d DtotVlet. Hon. PBTER W. OEAY. of TIIR NVVTK I •The •«•« « *'*• today U bad, go->d in ] different. Vl«k*butg, it appears, but fallen. Dili ttiiotiN im vie Monro* and Jackson. Our for« t od- lug* for two «Mki back have, In a mtiar*. pro- pared us for Ml* tad Iclelllgenco. L** I*, however, doing woiidara in Penaeylv*- ota,aad wa long to hoar fnrlhur Intelligence of hit movaaunU. Th* asp tore of I be 40 000 men was opportune, enabling as to gat our SS.OCO men taken at Vlekaburg baak, ud atlll bav* a Urge eurpl**. Notwithstanding tb* heavy blow at Vickaburg, I ho InlaUlgo'nca we paMiih to-day, giveiu* mor* than wo have toot, ill moat b« received aa ba>to- kfn*1110 «aiabi|abm*ot of oar Independence. Let ai never <1*-pair of the K* -^TyffsaarfcSJj.wJKi 25 DiHTfMl Mail Witioa, torn agrir® SO MIC to K Us*. Oaib toitiia Advertising will bo charged tor *acb loaortioo In **eh adltTon. Advert...

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

THE TRIWEEKLY 1 VOL. XXIX—NO. 52 HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, .JULY 15, 1863. WHOLE NO. 8705 .V Letttr from the Btngen. Tun IUMUI' Our, ] 13 mllM from Sparta, T«nn., ] June 3d. 1863.. might we join In the universal jorrow ; for n nation i* bereft. WhUst •• saouru tor the death o( the Christian hero, the chlvalrl* pitflot-tirjior, all i h. world w 1U estimate hi* los* at It* tru* standard. uZ ta mahVr".p!cU. KNPWbl* vrVi belnir ln Qod,'' It la well: and, in hla own language, we know that for him, "Itwill he In- finite Af> tranalated to Hsaven, and be * nVwM thO Lannea of Loe'a array, Jl « mo*' dashing. popular, successful and able leader of troow on the continent, equalled In thla war only by Albert Sydney Johnaton, a man of attrn fealty, of freo born valor, of mtght| energy, of OhrlatUn patrtotlam, and diop plety-an ofilcer who com- Sfnedthe elemenla of anperatltloua awe and the blindorodence Of hla men-asoldler l'«*rallj'of iha Crow, pure aa day, juata« the dews of Heaven, but weird and ...

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

Cjjt fri-SBttkls ftltgrayj) HOMTON, VMX*.*. % H. CVSEJXQ, Eiltor ud To*riMM. V*r flmTMr. PENDLETON MURRAH, OV RA1RI80> COUHIY. Ktr cuann, 34 District. Hon. PETEE W. CEAY, or HARMS COUNTY. lO* Weakly oa Ihm: wftkte. Oitjr Edition, r j««i Trl- huredaf and lltion, Mod- tSj SatBKUjr. M 9M Mr iear| Hall taiuon, — day.WednMday Md frbUjr.tt I0 P«r ye*r.- WNlfcl<iiMl — Cash In illommIsi4vum<-fit Advertising will be charged tor each lossrtlen ta each edition. Advertiser* will plow* *peeljr wblob edition they Attire their advertisements to appear la. Try Advertiser* are requested to head la their advertisement* l y 3 o'clock, p. m., previous to publication. HKNO AI.ONU Till! NKflKOKS KM \ < K uf th<' I The (Mtaatleu- Wbea. a yea* and a quarterfiner—after the die- aalera In Keataekyaad Tenn«s*er-we heard day after day of the successive fall of Ielaad 10, Port Pillow. Memphis, New Orleans, ete., and regard, •d the Mlaelaalppl as having pa**ed out of our hands tor the war, and the...

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

VOL. XXIX—NO. 53 THE;TRIWEEKLY r r •X? ' 1 "PTT jifjA. XT lit HOU8TON, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1863. WHOLE NO. 5706 is L.ATK" NIWH. W« Uvi full flies of Um Kitthei Coarler to tbe Sth July, Mlssiesipplan to the SOU, the Appeal to tk* 3utta, Montgomery ptpm to 30th, Mobil# paper* to tho 28th, Rlohmpnd piporrto Ue 3J Juu*, from whieh wo gather tho following Items : A Northern paper *tate* that Hooker** army ha* dwindled down from 190,000 men to SO,M0. Much of (bit depletion U canned by the muateriug oat of •eivloe of tho two yeare^aad nine month*' men i bat the etory of losing only M.000 at Cbanceilort- vllle la tdlo. The tame paper think* that the actual loaaea of that battle, in killed, wounded, mleaing, and desertion afterwurJs, will not mil abort of SO,000. The people of the North have coated to talk and to tnluk of an advance of Hooksr'sarmy upon Richmond, but, ou the con- trary, will bo porfaetly ealisfisd If he can make out to u>e himself withiu the fortiflcatlons of Washlngtoa Oily...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
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