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Tri-Weekly News (Newspaper) - July 29, 1863, Houston, Texas THE TRIWEEKLY Vol. JULY 29, 18G3. No. 12. Morning Ihe exi to arrive ween and not teca beard ito the There is some ground to that the may bava reached their By Express from t. us ivo - oy a .i A very lino 1 i j i r came ' ' Mississippi M a 11 from v ' ' Ill U ur Iron liu ihe loir y root iu r. pup v r I ih 14th. I OS i it 11- Imii ll report to boi bo mi iu mil s bo in i and whatever I inclined Major Leo iu mol greatly double ibo troth i hp mo lolly u i who on tti iaw road a York Ujh and detailed of i bUt ll bring away ibr ilii turned upon - b. alter u up I la ana ut ub U is lo art lalu ut later irom nut to For iny when I 8oo tue At wu not for aomc any papers tha oilier it to t out irom mat daily Not a word Irom Goti or from A lino company oi tat some on lliu 11.m. M. 1883, Sa is. Tbn plot thickens Tbo newa bo- moro Yoa will from copy of tbu that victory over la a thara can be but littlo ol Tbc Kawi published the account in an extra tho u vuu mil Audit iu tUu it a not hu been and Irom tbo ton 01 Dr. 5 of to Do a man probity and honor In direct from On bit way from in wuh all the and to military north ol he captured at by the everything uteri Irom oo be bad no than ovn which li laid by to be Bli account la that Oca Lets Into Maryland and he left tbo ral aul all aa he lound e rut my a chance to which did ta treat ta to draw all tha from except about Bvo Allor tue over- f throw at had but Utile to da tban lo march a portion or loroe hack lake of From the account only about 6000 Loe made a for In The Mr Maddux are flocking to lilt in We bopo all this u I am that we shall gut vo day or I have not how a and are to have Ah Kit division are btr ilim time at U ] thing from f win keep duly as I I M L A Jit from t. I ut one of nod of be hu 1 lull filej or whitb were taken irum him Vm at o the In which ho read a part uf the I C lite were near that the i fighting tho aud thai two I of the oily papers had hoists the ' 1 be eily c-f la I by a In ( | C Jl. in ' j ol our pranced on I killed and up the We tolerably roll ru I j fiora liiat i i bad a light driving them ack across tbe Br and I ten To and to City we will Ibat we Mtf ard cm with in elderly and soldier j while at the I site ilist but the rebels know the good news In store I for they woo Id erase hanging their low tho fall of July I * im ilia -All oor the crops in all the are of the tame tenor are represented erery where to be the best that have ever tmi We glf e the following as fair samples ot the many we have seen In our exchanges The We arc now in the midst of the and not only dues the yield the most confident anticipations of the but the train generally uncommonly full and A number of specimens have been sent us from various Hit we all of them inch heavy heads and plump grains that we come 10 the conclusion the crop generally In Ibia la a mod excellent We oor people on their bountiful and the abundant supply of bread which their under the of have secured for the army and the entire let them now avoid speculator and as more dangerous the rust or the The We presume it will not be unsafe or far from truth to that the crop already in those sections of the where cheat has sever oeec raised or only to a very limited of what has heretofore In tho leaving the superabundant crops in tho e has always been a The Knoxville say Never within the memory of ibe have there been more of wheat than bless East Tennessee There been more wheat planted In Vast and by the of a greater crop than ever was every on erery hill the stands healthful and big ears are crying for the Tux cs a lo li give cor thus a of ty him is and our J -t Mi * i - b Hit Ws are further glad lo i y. a. of Captain iu or PC's i lime In of the Maple d left cn ca II The to the of U. W. On Friday to the i In ou t rear a heavy In cti Ihs Federal army and General Johnston had hli forces u rear The e pel In The of Oram are fi i Irom forty to fir y nvs Car lines entirely ct eity lbs Iron Til Grant In full ibe for and is ici been ooe of and nary cf tha The a as and driven lo lines ol Big who of II as literally with dead result Is a oai to and our over a much better fix than oar would It. VIt sis that won't Huy not to Ut Grant follow np bit The Is up oy to fol owing We killed od live among and one kilh d. We al jo d eight pieces were In ihe uf hvl a boiw shot under and Holmes isys Johnston and ihst on Mou hen he heavy itas going that all the it Into freely the or i-y General Uv - paroled are hourly through cur loan on their way home - a of of reports that In bo saw and read tu Northern pern of the capture ol by Ids under and entire destruction of 1 the public and In tha thut It tha toplo of among the 1'ankers, and they freely It was a poor lor their Sfer a J namol e belonging lo a Tisas re the tamo lbs was of It to add that others report ihe Of the Tac 8 Lava System im Invite the attention of tha public and the authorities at Washington to a circular to in another It ts said proclamation Is a that It ooi earr ed Into This circular cornea from Fire hundred plantations masters I are lost the control of their and all mules and supplies Glorious lor picking at of aa heretofore a new far mere grinding and t* leave the plantation a mast work or starve Oast eyes over and regulations of system of forced fixed by the sod what they are One whole dollar for woman and for a month's work two dollars for fit Id and three whole for They are to work till dark beat their labor at the tap of the | and stay | thara till the tap of lbs bell a doe of tea cents for i a uf this Then a forfeit of all I In certain Msg can't leave without and for a are turned out and What 1> to I- -I for and | who Is to take care of U poor end of ihs yoar 7 Who knows i | Did any ever oT a crushing system j o' than 1 i lo aiod mailer and j to aliri negro and forbear | h's Wait a bosn .i ou the * a for hungry | tut patriots Labor ly much without We to affirm that Mn it not a in the who doesn't for tra and u of negro ha a mote lo loud of system of ' robbery acn us of Bome to rob j tat bail half a the i osr to io tra no er est in c - w. i-j cinker Ki iur No uien lire patriots aud litre a nit -a lbs but owner vol to the but to lord patriots i. Sat There It a good arwad for tbo not policy adopted Iur be on it will i A asn tn r In view of be can The of of North declaring that foreigners and all put in the army ore still liable found Adjutant | as to liability of prisons who | nave substitutes In the rule ai luy io rlo has been 8y tie 1, uo to duty la a i of the or of the but tux ihe held in the law aa io all males sod certain reside Iu the It Ii elear that would not be embraced uoder the term but it Is equally they are and are embraced under the ol They As lo those abo hare Iu the I am uut aware ot auy law by they * re The lals an Art m amend an Aol entitled In sd ihe Leguleian the ii was their Intention to exempt I hoso furnishing an not Ws taka It that the Legislature leil they perform I aill Ibat Justices of Ihe sod persons owning negroes arc not exempt from Men detailed by Government am because are regarded as and are liable to Into active service at any Very D. G. Adjutant To Co I. 1MJ.K Thirty up as the ot the and has applied tor and | obtained privilege of enrolling and large foroe of to build the Ho Ihe after will to put up a change i i f and lo be the wood aud era ol water ol Ills It will doubtless pay better than lo euro 11 them to lota like al end Sews Of. a H t mourn the lose of many ol our ben brav rt snd Among tbo former are i arby and of the Itus Lieut. Cartwright the 4ui. Major of 1'hlliips' others w % e a a a a 1 cannot aay too mum In of the of and men mho were In this - Col. commanding the Ud cavalry lol tha head of the column enveloping carrying his men to tha ditch amidst of shot and in the most where be was The conduct nf the lamented and Ins Slid Col. T. T. of the and his and tn fact all the Whose came my it all I submit list of Full reports the and are 4th Texas Col. killed missing 3, 6th Texas killed 1% wounded 46, missing 40, total 107. 7th Texas Lieut. Colonel T. T. Hertert commanding killed 0, wounded to 7i. stone's killed 1, total 1. Laue's killed 18,;��wMod total Total The French began to occupy tho ot Mex on the 1th of On they aa far tbc palace On the 1th Gen. division of 6,000 and on Mth division On the Uth the French issued a decree cutting the Importation at Vera Onu and 50 per and ordering the port uf to be We get this Oie best of Tel. in a speech in ids Lake laid if Uie United asked for a battalion cf hi far he would in A Northern letter from the rear of dated 7Hi, has the following showing the of our men to the bombardment by the gunboats i A flag of truce this evening from Gen. proposes an armistice of two or three hours for burying On being Informed that owing to the length of our and the of the time our could not ail be notified that this would be especially true of the aa It would all tbe time proposed to notary the rebels said this made no sort of difference tbe gunboats had never killed a man of theirs iu and probably would that Gen. waa utterly as to whether were notified or on tbo rather preferred gunboats should not notified of the as they were wasting aa immense of ammunition for thus doing the Government good remarks were Everybody bat It best Joke of tbe season It a sorry commentary on Hear Porter's bombastic to Over SOOQ persons lately witnessed a game of Wl la Mew In which on his 35th Innings showed his skilful running 133 off the all This run oar ried him out a rector by W Hli average on all the runs was exactly Tats akd following Is aa from a private latter from datoo April 30 have on this mast That fine fellow is Alabama by the Yankees always tbe has taken a number of North American on this six know of as era rued off and tbe sent in. This morning tha Florida has seat io by a French vessel the of two homeward bound for with * cargo worth 8300.-000, destroyed and the with three hundred of bound lo rlo bare armed two vessels taken by to serve as will pretty well j cut up the Kaat India and China trade I Tna Nww Tbo speech of j at late meeting Iu New Yark was the boldest and of the ce may be Inferred from tbe following reasons which 1 be assigned why war should 1 Ths war should cease It should never lave Inasmuch as. there is no military power iu tbe Federal Government aa against the are aud in possession power not If power ot co exist at It Is not military V. Because there was no necessity for it. An adjustment of tbe questions in dispute could have been and can procured ou terms ol however legal snd just at the it has been Its ostensible and war for the abolition of slavery and the extinguishment of the is as which of as a subverts the Government 4. Lecause It is made s pretext for the most outrageous snd damnable crimes against the liberty ol the or and eveu tbe ol which we have 5. It la a which must bear down destroy and finally cause and I the New York livening ox Hoax trox laana with 11.-Tha of tbe are baring effect our the American relations of Last ibe Waterloo usually s sight of let with was no. aa American la lie Tne of traile lias thrown many upon tha and some of the finest vessels lately In American are uow Among red for sale ths ship built at Maine ship In 1811 i bars Joseph at Conn. ship built at New York ship at ship at New built at built al These are all first class and yet in withdrawn from tbe American to tho few daring who carry the Confederate flag they tn pirate and fur of profitable arena blockaded as Alabama or Florida ought to be by this time by the Federal I The apparent apathy of tbe American Government j nnd lo regard to time luuch and of his emboldened by their I tutte dared to meddle thia 1 la with The cap lain I of one of the vessels recently captured by Lhe Alabama aud an Interesting account of his rather galled certain of this loving town When Semmes Ida Capt Adams confidently produced a by the of Lie certifying that cargo the properly of holders Did Ibis for that J Not at lis plainly lold ihe astonished captain that the Mayor of Liverpool was in It to ship goods in American be the - This Is tht a new guu invented by Mr. J. II of 0., and patented February 14 We were shown one ol them oa aud our beat information respecting must It a decided It 1* very simply and said to shoot so on three hundred We understand hsi contracted tor twe hundred of Tux lain Iu Florida la as follows by tho Tho week was a week ot It rained more or and al vory ii galo al ibis not oi our oldest Lm night the pouring by a wind from tho which around in ol tho night to with increased proving very tho and sweeping away the Bait it is estimated that the crops In this im wuro damaged twenty por and the amount of ou tbu ta nut down at a low at no lrns than IM courso this la but a of coir wer- lost and which will Lot tn io say nothing of tho injury the and tho of some forty or of tiait Una is nor or this and U pj ascertained that twenty thirty homan liven were On Bay whiles and thirteen At or six negroes and or elsewhere We with who bla at Ho loft only escaping the and his climbing up aome oak by ol ano nonio too Wn of another gentleman who climbed a with hta little on a limb with one- hand and hia boy with tho thero until he was well nigh On Kaat an It w thero wore no but their works and property were Injured and It will require least fortnight to it will require a with considerable expenditure of to got fully on the headway of making salt So we -i -One of the most atrocious Incidents of the rhole ws r was yesterday related to a gentleman of this who obtained tha Irom Capt. G. of King William who vouches for the accuracy of the Some days when the made raid to visited the place of Dr. living In the aud took from forty-three who were hurried off fo York and placed on board a vessel bound Along with these as a was a gentleman named a resident and highly resectable of King who has since been released and allowed to return He states that wben tbe vessel arrived in Chesapeake Bay the smallpox made IU appearance among the that disease having existed to some extent among the tame family before they were dragged from their In King Tbe captain of tie Yankee Tassel and bis crew were greatly alarmed at appearance of tbe disease on and very soon determined to rid the vessel of the presence of Uie Without attempting to make not lor an instant tbe Inhumanity of the the negro cargo m thrown Into the and ere ry left to perish by Not per escaped tbe cruel fate stilted epos them by those who profess to be earnest sod warmest To Manx in tbe Mobile The of a scarcity of sugar end molasses ia the before It is too to urge upon every man who as much ten of to make his own at Nothing la easier or more simple tban to make molasses from tbe Juice of Take the of ripe melons and boil it Id a large pot or tbe larger the until It is brought to the proper adding fresh Juice from time to time at it boils This la that Is and this any one can If tbe business Is conducted on a large a simple similar to the old fashioned elder can be made lo extract tha j nice from tbe After being tbe palp should be pot tn a barrel and left lo Draw off the liquid produced by the and It will be lound to be tbe beat of A young employed la teaching a district school somewhere In wished to open tbe school with and for that asked tbe of the It was given oa one that tbe prayer not be The condition was After the school mistress was to a meeting of the Complaint bad been made that tbe daily contrary to was Tbe young lady had no k of tbe Bus asked for tbe A grave arose sod stated that he was sorry to be obliged to testify that be himself had beard a prayer while what waa was an He bad read it In tbe Frayar was the what waa be couldn't aay it bat It was that prayer that Our Father which art la Heaven A few evenings La cur there was a learned dissertation no tbe subject and their remarkable of One assert ed. of his own skat eon Id tie boiled and then come to Some bad soaked them for boars in turpentine without any fatal Old who bad been listening to an here gave bia in corroboration ot years 1 took a bedbug to aa iron and dropping it into the where me melted Iron bad it run iota a my old woman had used that skillet pretty for the last aix and here other day It got broke all to duyou insect jaat walked out of hia where he'd been laying like a dog in a and made track old roost up stairs ad ded by way ol What a Cims Mas aave aian ths was * most policy on the part of our Government la ins The worst thing that it could have done to tbe rebels Would turn been to send all tne medicine There could not been more method of carrying on ihe have beard tor a whole year er more that tbe armies are poorly almost wholly destitute at and lo many pise quinine Is held at while mis enable is twenty dollars a And of thews wa an ovar and over that the enemy la demoralised But who suspected tbe real truth 7 Who that wonderful tbe tbo almost marvelous the long the celerity of the successful the masterly and La roe which characterise many of tbe rebel are owing to wimple and scanty destitution of and their privation of Intoxicating drinks 1 To higher physiology and a deeper philosophy than In political circles tbe remarkable events ot war are neither strange or Tbe army of the while in tbe was fed cn double of and any oi as of and never was a well appointed army mora rapidly destroyed by Tbe sum of money for a at ibe ef five and a half million a If this sum had been appropriated to sending quinine clandestinely to the McClellan might not bare been necessitated to change bla and the taking or would have with bis only a matter of Yankee Tbc Herald says platform of tha in the campaign of 1664 will te and what tbe will be no matter who be tbe controlling all other The new what ever have been his or opinions assuming to operations of the proclaim an aud propose a Convention of all tbe Ueary Winter was nominated In a endorsing and urging a vigorous of Gold was quo led la New York on The at 1411, J. N. &c J. H. Hare large Bales * Country And from this in tbe of a Chamber or Commerce to regulate our be as and Real per diss from 7 to 1" per to quantity and labor attending tho and per cent. These charges County City anl Confederate 0* Auction fairs every at SUBSTITUTE to McMAHAW ek to of ibe THE Treasurer having removed to hi Placed In my hands some 91800, which I win Confederate Stalest of P. District oi March 1883 I ALL having of any of tbe perty from tbe enemy by our either st or are notified lo report tbe same to thia office without and men engaged Upon those ea art Interested in all tbe and It Is expected that each of will assist In finding the All Deputy 0 B. Marshals art hereby ordered to assist la executing the order of compensation will be paid La all where are entitled to It for saving any C 6. July 1863. J IAM directed by tbe Hon. Secretary of ry to give to the subscribers of tbe that the reason for postponing sals of pro on account of Use Inadequacy of the prices no longer it will now be expected of them to meet engagements with tbe Tbe subscription Hat payable In eight per cent was closed on tbe SOtb of 18rU, tuJ tbe must be paid ou or before the t&r day of Up to that day wUi eight aad the may be paid In any of tbe of treasury Subscribers who may after that date will only receive alx or four per under oy art of March according to tbe currency iu which are 8 AMP Disbursing k. Agent for State of will be paid lor or for snob Information will recover my negro man who left my place in on the 6th ne 1* a by about US medium and of a purchased by from a Mr. Kc of and by him brought from where he baa a wife and and la on doubt attempting to go back to I will give tbe reward aad ail sip en sea tot or for asob lo forma recover O. W. STRAYED or a dark Borret is hands no about ix wind gall on tbe right bind grits hu teeth when light Iros 18 bands no Both and I will pay 850 for the delivery of either horse to me in Ileus Both horses missing about two P. H Nxw Mason Ik Cherokee 11*83 NO. 181. All In this District liable to under tbe late and who have not been will U allowed to volunteer in any organised battalion or regiment they may provided they do so prior to the to the 5th of Commanding Officers of Coat are to accept any number of aad should the number volunteering In any company exceed the maximum allowed by number win be allowed to Join sash other uot as may alter the ot out tbe will forward to at a list of those who hare lu respective aad will state the total number of men In tuelr in addition tu these volunteers By of Gen. J. B. D. A. A. A. 0._____i'^i*.3.1 ' In on an old tied with black over two hundred dollars ia age Ac Apply to Garden by way of VV large lot of guaranteed are requested tc can i at T. a 8. Tbe f 1 ol tba st tor tbe Conri bold at i tbe lor District 4 filed a la behalf ef the ' Moats aad In oar honor able District Court ot Ooe federate for the ai wherein he ei That the Moses aad are to aho to the dutes of in uir amounts and u or nine tana send nine hundred nine dollart and 7�.) said has sews hy of said that is do t according tu and data ef est accounts so as est forth la the as to said pan and for the of their said And said made oath that aad new are beyond hV limits of the State of Texas aad sr oar raid You are thereto hereby that Moses and thai be and appear oar at in the city of on the Third in A.D. to answer said po hy publication hereof tot the period or four weeks in the a published In tbe city of Herein fall and then aad showing how yoa have executed tha Witness the Hon P. Ira tof said and Seal of the at ( this day of A. i ma. M. t. A true 0. for Quart held at THE undersigned have day a t tha title ol a Mo tur the of a They ran be found ua Preston door west of Drug K. June 1808._ Teacher GOOD and to ol ef Address Cot B. Walker Co
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