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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 17 November 1855

fe*. w ju JACM DAVID, EdKcr. "The only Amaratblne flower on earth is Virtue; the only lasting treasure, Truth." KKLHIAK fc DAVIS, Proprietor* VOL. I. TYLER, SMITH CO., TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER, 17, 1855. NO. 16 TYLER REPORTER, PUBLISHED EVKHY WEDNESDAY MORMNO. TERMS:—#2.30 per nnniiro, if paid i advance, or 83,50 ut the expiration ot the year 870, Bone, ) vs. > From Cherokee. Walters, Am'r. ) WHEELER, Justice. The record, it is true, discloses a very unskillful state of pleading on the part of Ño subscript ion will he discontinued until .,]u jutifl*; uud is embarrassed by freqnont «II the arreunmi's are pant. r . .... - pan Ten copies, if paid fur ut one time, will be tent to any one post-office tor Twenty uud very unnecessary repetitions of the sauie matter. These irregularities, how- Dollars, or five copies tor Eleven poll.us j appear to have been occasioned by and Twenty-five Cents. , 1 , . , , ., All Postmasters nre Anthorizedto act as j abuses not less apparent ou t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 17 November 1855

NEW C - For Cash- THE undersigued have ju*t received a good assortment ut of Fall and Winter 6 ods. Consisting of the mam staple Rrtide, as Brown Domestic*, O/uabcrys, Kersey*. Linseys, Haunel*, Ky. Ja-ics, Heavy Satinets, Cánseme rs, Calicoes. Merinoes, Alpacas. Mat. de lain , Woulen'Shawls Factory Thread, kc. ALSO a superior lot of Shoe*, and Boots. Saddlery. Hats. Cutlery, Wooden Ware, lira** and Cotton ROPE. Fine aud commou Chewing Tobacco, Su- nn, 4(0., lee. A H. IRREC'K, k CO. 1ITE have just rece'ved a choice lot of I* BOOKS & STATION Alt V Which we offer toi sale at low prices. A. H. IKBECK k CO • / Piece* Ky Hagüing. fiO Coils Hope, JOHN XV, WILSON, AUOUBTrs O. ERWIN. ! WILSON & ERWIX. i (South-west Corner, Public Square,) TYLER. TKXA8. DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY PRY GOODS AW) GROCERIES. Raady made Clothinir. Hats. Caps. Bonnets. Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Cutlery. Class- ware. t¿ueeii*ware. Woodware, Tiuwure. Saddlery, Window shades. School and mist-el- laueous Book*....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 17 November 1855

v% s TVLKU NOV. IT. I8.VY AfM*lltM, Mf. J. C. W hit o. of Khrevonport Ln., is an thorizedto receive ami receipt lor subscri|>- tions «mi advertisements tu "The Tyler Telegraph."' • E. William*, h nf San A ngrnstine. i authorized I receive uuil receipt for miiIt sorption* and advertisements to "The Tyler <uil upon which we cuu rely with certuinty, Teegrapli. fur direct ¡nteiligoinc. Our Aunt in pu« Viijcher & Schell. No. .lio Broadway, N pgn ulKj O tters, as often reach us by una Y. iráo'ir authonzed agents. * ., , i y ior u sixty .five unles THE N UM. We have seldom complained of tho mail facilities for Tycr, hut it has only been be- cause we tlulihe tu eomp'nin. Strange to «ay, wc ore not iu regular communication with but few point* in the State. Every one is more or less interested in what is going on at the C'upitol; but there is no N«w Advmlsenimls. THE Thomas Smith. K<q.. Henderson. Husk co- J). S. Nance, Stan ville. Smith ci. L. F. Casey. Shelby villo. Shelby co. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 17 November 1855

NEW GOODS - For Cash W fP JOHN W. WILSON, WIT AUOUSTra O. BBWIW fin • - *-«==i NEW G 0 (M/S For Cash- Till undersigued have just recti veil u («I assort meut of of Fall and Winter 0 ods. Collating of the main staple ¿rtiele, as U lown Domestics, O/ualurgs, Kerseys, Linseys, Flauncls, Ky. Jaaes, Heavy Satinets, Caiseriers, Calicoes. werinoes, "' ■ Alpaens, Jfus. de laina, Woolen Shawls Factory Tliread, kc. A LSO a superior lot of Slio<!ii)d Boots, Saddlery, Hats. Cutlery, Wooden Ware, Grass and C Joa HOPE. Fine ami commou Chewing Tobacco, Se- gara, fcc., iio. ^ h IRBECK> t CQ AUGUSTUS O. ERWIN. JOHN W. WILSON, WILSON & EltVVIN. (South-west Corner, Public Square,) TYJjEU, TEXAS. ÍJEALEU8 IN STAl'IilS" AMD FANCY DUV GOO^S AND ÜIIOCEUIES. Hufuly (nade Clothing/1luis. C a)v uie. Woodwuru, Tiuwiiu\ s.. . -., , - — ........ i. .. _ nils Points Dve-slufni. &e. &c. For sale SOMETHING NEW REKYK8 Family Medicines, ESTRAY NOTICE. Tiie State or Tr\k*—County of Tan , Zondt —Take...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 9 February 1859

IW K \ TII K TYLER REPORTER, P L £ Lis HHV K VEH Y U'KDXJüSbd Y U. N. WMUKVUt EOITOH. TKBMS 12,50 per annum, if |>u¡d in advance, or 8.50 at the expiration of the ye i r. No *uWriptii>r shall be discontinued un- til nil ili"* "riearsge* arc paid. Ten •■"pics, if paid fbr at one time, will bi> m'M • i po*t-oBce for Twenty Dol. fit* , «r five «v-j.io- for Kiev pi i dollars mid Tw. *< -live •«•< r* \' P .1 ii'ií'ffft * .i'«* Mltlliaigcd In m;l li* A ¿«íes, and deduct re per cent, un uiun oystKcy h- in it. Ti" T T li K T V L K It REPORTER #t> VOi.. IV. J " Mr. Jaiucs Heoton, is nur hnlliorit- cd agent at Jamestown, Smith county, to reiwive uud ii'i'WU for subscriptions. Jjr- U. S. Walker in our authorised AueiiUu Nuenjidoebo*, TextM. I&T Dúo-i ¿i Vates aro uur authorised ü! 's,er <lt,nr. when fk eti|i« vears Alteóte in Slirnv"etv>rt, La. , . ,lnve left ,,1"'ir impress ">' f> y brow, V= J„1,„4 A llvud id (Mir anilinrirm' A,ul dimmed witti sorrow's Utter ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 9 February 1859

1 IR\:;U, l UKur. m.u<, r Kunr.MIv >..• l* IM*U ( «.111 I l llOII. auolllll • > c .....4*4. u4 «M. *«.,.<..♦* -irrrrmoimt Twwv«*IHtftB"HriHf rtctrt-' •->f>01 li. evening last, ufU-r an absence of foui rut.i |.ai ly lliut is to assemble at j v"tes. weeks to tiu! city of New Orleans, Charleston iu June next, to uom.nate!*ntJ* ! where we have been on business con I nccled with the "Keportor." Our trip | wan in ever} respect, a inoat pleasant I one—full of incidcuta and •zciteneiit- ' the enjoyment of which will uot aoun be forgotten. Wben we left, our health ring h.s r.¡ KTlMIRr "X~ T.-f llt ill ' •i'l • •k4"1< olili ia crippled, muí l.ic bu.- of lit * cabinet woiihl'üt "In.hi cuii'iitiat** for l'rcaidcat mid Yirv shucks," alladt g.aal mm anil true ; in l'resideut of llie P. S., will unqiiestinn-; tk ^residential canvass, Kuak ia dead ably bo the most important convcutiou i *>id #u yumtkatii—he waa the only volition of politicians that has evci<| Huutlierii m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 9 February 1859

1 .1 -ft* Jtartimna 0ENTAL C A MU. t. SKí RESIDENT DENTIST. HAS opened an Otfice iu Hit* house owned l>y II V. Fuwler. up stairs, Notlh «••!«• of tlie Public Square, where he will b« pleased ioir« any who may require thesur iees of a ixt. 117" Scurvy cuied—No cure no P ) HrfNtMN. JtMK* BouKas, Titus County, Ttxa*. W. G. Suuns, " " •' R Booth, t(*hur County, " II. Ilm key, •" •' " Dr. G. Slaughter, Marshall, '• Ex. Gov. McDonal, Marietta, Georgia. Dr. J U Randal, " " Hon. K. V. Hill, '• " v4n 16-ly. idmlnlHlrului-M Kollcc. That lelteis of administration were i>ran- teil to B. W unit \V B Thompson uii the 29'h ol Dec. I K.08. on the esta'e of John Thompson dee d, by the Probate Court of Smith eouuty. this is therefore to notify all person* holding claim against swid estate to present them a the law ilireeti, and all those who may be indebted to sai. estate are requested lo come forward immediately if not sooner, and make payment. tí W THOMPSON I W H THOMPSON ) Admrs. v4ii20-6I. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 9 February 1859

LEGAL O'MOTORY 1 l'on nit: St.uk of Ttx.il. Every Atturmj «ho for the "Ttle* Ubportcb," will bsve bit na«c iuacrted is this Directory free of charge. Tyler, Smitu copstt, Stephen Reaves, B. L. Gooómao, KHHEVKPOftT OARPS. IIA 1(1 LI 01 IIOWM.L. K. I> Utlk.M HOWELI. & Hl'I'KNEH, ( Suitrtior* to J. N. IJuutll it C R< uriving, Forwarding and t'ojgttJUtMu merchant* k General. tftoci Loietr Warafcctur.] (gfiui mbmil Landtag, v3ulMy) Siireveport, Louisiana. HN T. \v. Jones, R. T. SeliiMin, «] (' Robertson, S miili Si Eerie, Jauk Dn it. 1). W Crow, John C. Fowler, F. N Gary, F. M. IIij«, Goo. W. Chilton, Jame F. Warren, ]{. B. Ilubbird, EDWARD JACOBS Corner Cmnmertt and Milam * fixture, Groceries, Wiues, i/t I aii< so ú-^-uanal .s rita an NKW OHL.Ci.HI, >olamidealersin hardware Cv Uétf, iTNcdtMlLi. Seo «a, Oti.i 1st , nail*. Axcylk>$% Jwai Cha i Hi, Gu n *, Pi*lali<| id KKW ORLEANS- —hub iu St< Paint* VU$ and 100,00 ewar I Glum. VOLUME FOUR O K TII K fWftLewüiPomr E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 11 April 1861

. IJ J ■ e $Met KC*£4/)r\ u+ * " W. FRANK HAMILTON ft CO., VOL. VI. l> « tkf UaMtlra, Int.lllfcnre aud tlrtuc tí Ike Oauci di/cadi Mr ■«■'««■ft M ■ rr«« rt* l« Tyler, smitii covnty, texas, tuursday, Aim n,i86i BNO RETAIL TERMS. %l SO per annum, If paid hi advance ; or 13 00 at tUc expiration cf tlio year. No aub*rrlptlou nli.lt l>e iliucontniuiil until all tlic arrearage* are paid. Teu copie , If |) iid for at otio time, will ho nent to •a. poHt-oVce for twenty tli/lliirx, or five coplea for •I.T.II ilollan and twenty-live cent*. All l'iMtiiia*ter* are authorized to act a* Agent*, a ad dadaot ton por ceut on mouey they reuilt. From the Bangor (Mulue)'Uaily Union. PRCKIDEAT LIMOLVS IMAtGCRAL ADDRESS. THE OWE TBiT HI ♦ LOST, AND Rel (he I hat Reward has Written. AGENTS. Tte following canted gentlemen are respectfully «tod to act a* Agent* for th. "Iteporter" lii Nspootivc localities, vis rantMiLul ^ " WvU their raap L. M. Mm McKlnney, Clufkmill, Kaufman, Quitman, San Augiistl.o,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 11 April 1861

\ lie Caddo Gazette comes mocil enlarged this week, and is oar most valuable exchanges. ■ «> ■ MU The Dallas Herald, thinks the prop- osition of the Sherman Patriot, to form a new State of a portion of Texas and the Indian Territory, will stimulate Abolition emigration to that section. -— •-«♦« >• ■A- Our thanks are due our frie d Patt. II. Lnyne, who has just arrived from New Orleans, for the latest files of city papers. <« « Tiije Insurrection* at Warsaw.—A tem- porary insurrection occurred at Warsaw, .on the 25th Feb. ult., resulting in the murder of a number of Poleish citizens, 1 W ffa r ■ ml. ,i;..—r Jure, lliaT" Tfíb 15,000 of roles have not yet learned to obey their Russian master. J®* Gov. Glark has removed Dr. Gra- ham from the superititcmloney of the Texas Lunatic Asylum, and appointed Dr. 0. G. Keenan in his stead. tQr We call utteution to "Dissolution" Advertisement of Messrs. Davenport & Larkin. The old I usiness is in the hafld.s of Dr. Davenport, and lie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 11 April 1861

* AJTmxtBinMTi. m SPRLXG & SUIMER O. KOLSTAD & CO., .K^KUB Wairlimato AND m" JB W IK Xj "-K It • TYLER, TEXAS. &A re prepared to inuke audr. pair *11 article A of Gold mid Silver Jiwilry, with or GOODS. «Mwl Mil, Nell M Mm, lirkf) CaMeti, Brcailplw, UiktK, br<rli|i, Fl |er-rlnff, •kcitJUliM, ki. Wftrj artiole will bo warranted to contain the gen- nuo metal, and made ut New Orleans prior*. Particular attention paid to the K> ¡miring of WatcbM and Clock*, and tlie work wrrrauUd. fng/tuujig of all kind*, dono at reasonable prior . O. KOLSTAD A CO. tion. The partnership heretofore existing between Jo. W. Davenport and A. E. Larkin ha* been thi* day tfaoltred by mutual consent. Tbe note* and ac- count* of the flrtn remain in tbe tbe baud* of Jo. W. Davenport, and bo alone l* authorized to collect tko lame. Debtor* will plciwe call and settle by •oto If cub canuot be palu, a* the business must be cloaed up. JO. W. DA V KNPOIlT, A. E. LARKIN. Tyler, Texaa, April Id, 1861....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 11 April 1861

IVoÍLMetuntil Curtí*. ¿A. GOODMAN JR., ATTORNEY AT LAW, New Or lea n ChnIk, AH l ili'K Jt CO., L'HOI-WALK (IR'H'KRH. Offlcf, oormt of Canal • I New I# «te Hmto. Stores. uu Pul- is the DMrict Court of tbe 6th and toll, Caiutl, New U vm aud Cwiumon -uv.t*. •th Judicial District*;—ah-o In the Supreme «tul N*w okiAaxs (F«nii?r itud Mmm Cwvftw t C ) Tiny oflii' for rali' tin.- Ml"* lug article* t W New Orleans Carda. Tilt Largest Assortment Ever Tbe unwell i< saw onixiv*, fine t.vHiltm 4 mum, Mml> r>Vu< (I «gent* ni Mamón. Green 11 I« MINkltTIUiH i Pvdcral Cotti u «I TyUr. All tiuaiuew entrusted to "" recelvu immediate attention, own. StuiihCo. Tesas, Jon. 1. INI. Lis cay, will receive iuua*llal« atunliou. ñ"\v. Fkonv, ATTORNEY AT LAW, tvijut, smith cih'srr, tbxas. igui (I agents ni Mantón. I irciuouub. \\ „iv, x,. j f> x ¡ Slid other uiuk'is ol l'liir Lmidou (iuns mid Fosjliii: t4ul" It "* MIkccIIuihhiuh Advert* . MlKeelliiiieout AdvertVu M Inedia neon* Advert^, SNA 4t Sl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 1 August 1861

í í ' ^ hJti+g, kauuui^^J ® vol. vi. Tyler, Smith County., Texas, August i£801, NO. 12 THE TYLER REPORTER Is published every Thursday, f BY W. P. Hamilton & Co., At $2,50 per Annum) And gives more and later news than any other paper in Eastern Texas. Having rcaolied a circulation far superior to that ever before ei\joycd by auy paper in Tyler, the Reporter offers the best advantages to advertisers. EXTRAS wo promptly issued whenever t ie news is important. Professional Gnrds. oTw* CROW, ATTORNEY AT LAW, TVLEIl, SMITH col'NTT, Tlill'i. M. I. LONG. R. U. HUBBARD. LONG & HUBBARD, Attorneys at Law, TYLER, TEXAS "WILL practice in the Courts of the 9th Judicial VT District, and in the U. S. and Federal Courts at Tyler. [v5n41-ly] j. W. Sl'AIUU. E. 1*. Moons. SPARKS & MOORE, Sttnianjs k (Tnnnstlnrs nt lira, QL'irMA.V, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS. HAVING associated together in the 'practice of Law, offer their professional services in any of the Courts of the tit!). 8th, or 9th Judicial ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 1 August 1861

hví V V V i EDITORS. J. P. DOUGLAS. H. V. HAMILTON. TYLKR AUG. 1, 186!. P(M 11 t'Mribly tub ;t real victory ! cili.'.eltS llUOU 111 For Liiciit. Governor, F. F. F 0 S C U E, OF L'WinOKEi: COC-xTY. F o r C o n £ r e s s. RICHARD B. HUBBARD, o/'' H1HTU COUNTY. Announcements. Ihf War. Wlii ii wo ntnl Un! i< ) «il Ibtr gmt ii: 1at ' Malitt-.-as, Vu„ v,e begin to feel how ; Hill** is war, and to expoFeuee w! The feeling produced atlMi# om reception ol' this news cui.nct b • described, For two or three day , tho people win 00l>#tantiy call- Into onr i illce to procuro the published extraand each man «i-mi <1 t< wear a waita of triumphal pen his conetiii'.ueo, which liad not rented Utero Wr ma- ny day ■. Tli" little way-side skirmishes of which we have her-tofi'ra hi ¡iiil, have liiul the ' if'Ct only to k p ns In suspee.' ' and anxiety, waiting for #ome ik ei- hive or Jn.i.'.ria it acliou. It lias como at last. , Two itindrt d tlnmsnnd men havi met men of tlw ran- let d - nvl ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 1 August 1861

(Communicated.) Mx&jua Editors: * Thinking that probably a short account of the two daya occupied in thadiixum- inatien of I1 rot. Wilcoxoti'8 School ut Starville, ami aleo of tin1 Concerto ut night, under the supervision of 1'i'of. J. U. Norman, might !*• of nomo int. rent to your numerous reader*, I submit the following to your command. All that can bo sjud for the school, or for the manner in which the scholars acquitted themselves im the examination occasion, may be " ijuickiy said." 'l'bo school in u fuvt-ulass one, and under tin.' mange- ment of l'rof. Wileoxon, is eminently qualified for the thorough advancement of pupils, and for giving them a llnUhed education, in the shortcut pm>bible lime; tli i, th« locality of the institution Is unex- ceptionable—licalty. retired and pli'uisant ; situated as it is, anion;,' people whoae foilnemcnt and liberal- ity is proverbial. On the o. eailmi to which T particularly allude, (tho2iih ®id 'J.'ith) the Hsholiirs displayed tho gre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 1 August 1861

TO ARMS! TO ARMS!! J. C. SHORT. X\f OULD respectfully return his thauks to the ii public fV:r th ir liberal patroi.ugu heretofore extencl-'l to liim, a:ul Iui'oun iIn Southern people that he is ¿till mmiufuc luring some of those tine Kentucky Kitifs, warranted to kill an Abolitionist 400 Yards! Tie also m¿iur.l:ictur';s superior double Barrel Rifles and Slot Guu , and hte ju.l oponed u tine lot of Colt' Hepentiei: Pistols, English Repeaters, Derren- ip l'idols. ¡m i a vori< ¡y. "¡ i:Pistols. Bowie kuivc . tiin i liajt.a, Powder Fheks, Game litios. Patent Wuddlug. l-'ram l!otti« A' . Also keepsou Land a good lot of double mid -v.i^'le Phot Gnus. A llii • lot «•! t :i |. Powib. u..<l Lead,and every- thintí «KiMiliy kipt In the (¡un Maker's line—all of which wiil be "Old lo suit I hi' tu. rd times, It e p a i r i w s , of all kinds in the Gun Hue, attended to'.villi neat- ness and dispatch, and all work warranted. Shop ou the Er.st do of tin.' i-'qti.••••. 'I'yli.r Texas. SKY-LIG...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 19 June 1862

T H í TYLER BE f01TB1 vol. vii. Tyler, Smith County, Twhis June 1 , 1862. NO. 29. ü¡>Ier $lep:lfr, Is published every Thursday, BT W. P. Hamilton & Co., At $2,50 per All j six montos '.*7 ni,&o. single coi'y 10 cu. HEADQUARTERS TYLER, TEXAS, J«ae 12,18*2. General Order \o. 5. If the emergency JSjhe case requires nny or<J. " ' quire it such Interference, It must be done by order of the senior officer present, m ML vPrivato properly used fgr public service must be paid for at the time if jiossible; ami if there be noVnoney to pny with, ,cVli must be given, to be paid !">•" soah'as obtained for tlint purpose. IV. Officers commanding troops iu camps or oil tho march. will take the necessary steps to prevent the «ole ol intoxicating liquors to the troops under their commands, for any oth r thutt medicinal pur- poses ; and when any citizen or person slmll persist in selling to them, niter being notiiied not to do ho, his or their liquors will be destroyed. V. Offlcers com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 19 June 1862

J. P. DOUGLAS. H. V. HAMILTON. D1T0RS TYLKK JUKE 10, 1S62. $8T-The Rev. Sam'i. A. Ki.vu preach™ at the Methodist church in Tjrlnr on the -Itli Sabbath in •rci; mouiti, at ix o'clock a. m., and 3o'clock p. m. "Sty- We aro authorized and requested to an- nounce MEDACUS A. LONG, Esq., as a candidate lor Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, to till the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Hon. O. M. Roberts. Viu We ore authorized to announce Hon. R. A. REEVES a* a candidate lor Associate Justicc of the Supreme Court, to 111) the vacancy occasioned by the Resignation of lion. O. M. Roberts. ■We are authorized lo announce TI10S. J. JENNINGS, of Cherokee, as a candidate for Asso- ciate Justice of the Supreme Court. ^¡•U„ We nrc authorized by the friends of JOHN C. ROBERTSON, Esq., to announce that if elected by the people at the ensuing Almost election, lit* will serve es Judge of the 9th Judicial District, in the place of lluu. Hubeu A Reeves, resigned. fSr We are authorized to ann...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 19 June 1862

their bands to the Quarter-Master of ray Tripule, or Mich other officer as I uiay designate to receive the same, for the use of the army. Tax Collector* fail- ing or refusing to comply promptly with this de- mand, will be regarded on unfriendly to the interest of the army, and will be summarily dealt with.— Military officers within this limit will see that this provisl' n is carried Into effect. No Interference with the rights of loyal citizens, or the usual routine of business, or the usual admin- istration ot the civil law, will be permitted, except when It may lie necessary to secure the lunds in the hands of fubllo officers to be used for the support oi the army or to enforce the provisions of this proclamation. HEIRY E. MeCILI.OCB. Buio. GKN'L C. 8. T. A 3so. Hk.nuv Buowx, A. Ailj't General. To the Voters of the 9th Judicial Dis- trict of the State of Texas, composed of the coantles of Houston, Cherokee, Anderson, Henderson and Smith, I am a candidate for District Judge at the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 19 June 1862

Y Sibley's Brigade* The following,from the State Gazette of the 7th ln l, (which by the way partakes of a spirit of cap- tious fault flailing which we do not endorse,') gives an idea of the results of the expedition under Sib- ley : " The expedition to New Mexico, a part and por- tiou at thu old defensive policy, inaugurated by President Davis, by which he hoped to defend the Confederacy by posting a few thousand men at eve- ry assailable point, has proven to be a grand fail- ure. Our brave troops were "nt to conquer a bnr ren wilderness, and after having performed prodi- gies or iHlor, anU defeated the enemy in two pitched battles, have been compelled to abuudou the coun> try from the sheer want of something to eat. Years ago, when Mr. Conrad was Secretary of War, he he recommended in his report that the citizens ot New Mexico be paid for their property and that the eountry be abandoned and turned over to the Indi- ans, uot heing worth the expense of holding it.-— We regret deep...

Publication Title: Tyler Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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