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earn the names of the unfortunate ones. From Texas. The Houston Telegraph, of the 16th, says: We understand the first two regiments of Sibley's brigade are now full. The third is forming. All companies that offer, up to five thousand men, will probably be accepted. Governor J. W. Henderson has withdrawn from the canvass for Congress in the Third District. Under the head of "the oldest inhabitant gone," the Houston Telegraph has the following: Died, on the 3d of August, at the residence of Jas. Berry, in this county, James Strange, (Uncle Jimmy,) aged seventy-six years. He was a native of South Carolina; served seven years in the United States army; and participated in the battle of New Orleans, January 8, 1815; was a soldier in the Texas revolution, and regretted he was not young enough to take part in the present struggle, observing:"Had the South acted when she ought, I would have been." Meat packing in Memphis. The Memphis Appeal of the