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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 10 May 1862

tf$¡¡ She (Samite. AUSTIN CITY, SATURDAY, MAY 10, >62. JOHiV atAKBHALL, Kdltor. HiptnM Wot tee.—Al! baninone of the State Ouetlo e t«bjl |im«ut Win be transacted by THOMA8 B. KKNT, and he i« alone authorized to oollact or ruoeipt for money* oi the offloo, aud to appoint agenta for that purpose. JOHN MARSHALL fc CO. NoÜci ts Adregular adVertUIng of theGaiette ia«upended until farther jiotiee. Ad-' vertí ementé will be published In the 0uctt¿ untjl the regular advertUltig la returned, at 1214 eenta per line fir oaoh iqpertlón. ' ' f E*ST -A press of job work and scarcity of / bands,- is our only excuse far a half sheet this week. Meeting of Ladle*. According «o previous notion, a lai ge number of the ladiee <>1 A Mtln, as* mWed in the Presbyterian Church, on Tuesday, Mnj 6, at 6 o'clock, P. M., to gire e pro«- iflon to their feeling*, oic«Moned by the late account* of the fall of New Orleans, and (he heroism displayed by the patriotic women of that olty.' Jfcl Psu slid Veluen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 10 May 1862

" ^ &ÜÉÍ tóoa r«- 1 affiúie vi the í-cA by this Provost Marshal, ? his offlo , will be promptly IIOÍM ily promptly with tkem far aid or SaÉ B I 06 ; the* South to wajr* re only anked to i no mensuré by h« injured that we en the crrdit of the no liwg.r exb-t*-— the South will not yiiiii «.r nor after any dio- to the dom i nation of our Iocs, then shall «trailo astiin, and then we shall achieved ell the ends of patriotism. Another KsploU at Vmpi. John Horgin. J^um tb« Mero.dtl/s Afcpeal Editors Appeal:—The heroic young Ken- tuckiau;; lit a*. lull oí straUu?m m he is of dftr.ng. ' He disguised himself ais a eountry- nian and took a'wagon loadof weal to Nash- ville the other day. Driviop straight to the St. Olutid IIo!<l, he left lm wagon at the «Ér 'J#ll *rjre of a trusty follower, nnd went into the dinning room of the hotel About dinner, where he sat down opposite to Gen. McUook. ' '• arnt-ral JíeCook, I Nuppf.se," said the disgruihed partisan bowing aero.-* the table. " You ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 10 May 1862
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 10 May 1862

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 17 May 1862

i &m ft NO- 41. IKSHAM., «Altor. JOHN AUSTIN CITY, SATURDAY, MAY 17, '62 Raterial Notice—All bmlneas of the Btate Oa o*ti Mt UH*imeut Will be transited by THOMAS H.,KKNT, an4 ha 1 «lotie anthoriíed to eolleot or rueeipt for roo oy of the offloe, and to appoint agent* tor that pnrpow. JOHN MARSHALL fc OO, NotUe to Aáv«rtt er«.«Thil regular ^dvorftttng of tho Ga etto ti «««pended mstll ftirther notice. Ad- vert! einent* will bo publl :ied in. the Onsetto nntll the rrorulnr advertising la resumed, at 12% oenle per line for r oh Inwrtlpn. To tub PrtTltONS Or THE GaüETTE.—OW- Ing to our limited supply of paper and the uncertainty of getting more in time to meet the demand oí a full sheet, we ask (for a time) the indulgence of our friends with the present size. We shalt make up for the deficiency by using more small type. R3T We arc glad to learn that our friend Col. Wm. Byrd is again enjoying good health and has aspired to tho office of LieUt. Col. of Col. 0lark's Reg't by a respecta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 17 May 1862

ICE ro« IPEtVI FOUR TOWN LOT8-0NK >R SAIijB CaKCE-A-IE !! •í¿-' i - ■ ■ *$ ■"> ' 3ash in BHjSÍII on of ■m i as may is of this . *". ■ ' Bmadicr General P. 0. HEU Gm II. WU.SCTM, A.U-C. All prions deniroua to export cotton [i'*ica, will wake applioatioa for a Pur- í (¡M H<*ail Quarters. *t-' i * The exjwitiition of flour from the eras Into Mexico, without a Permit i Head Quarters, is positive!? pro- - iUtempt, to evade or violate the f tlií order, will involve the con- articles, and their means of . Gen. H. P. BEE. E. F. GRAY, Jor & A. A, A. Gcu'l. Moixaur*. i oidi«r At tbl poet have > announce that (id tl¡a troops are I 9RH eh Timid people Ir neighbors ara lawleaa a.ui be kept lo Jul] to keep them a Plug. . •• -Livulenaut Niblo, of the Ilk off ihe ttoulti of the Rio ,MI mutter i lie 'critter," and worked e«nd Into a ftreet bi:aw a batch of duaertcra on hoard bean rightly informed, hie lieutenant tnths rumetitat Wash- rato ptf alt the "e« contract at Oonsut i'ieroe n ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 17 May 1862

ini¡JsiSS " < " . • ' Sii' t*PI Mkft " iiSa > ' • '■,,.. ... ^ .. .. ... ■ • __ . $0 j :?y,j j m f M¿ ^•¿"««flay and 0m¿ayat« 1W. "(87 V*' * m; m- ArriT°84 w« Lt ave Wamliatcble Tuesday (at flam a,h„. .. Kaulman nm« day by 6 p. m. AiriT* 81 Route 161.' (¡8762.) Leare Mount Floa nt Mondav at 6 a Greenville next any by 8 p m ' I;<ave tireenvllle Saturdav at «a. in. Pleaaant next day by 6 p. m, Greenville, 84 mil and baoit' Arrive at Arrive at Mount-i Route 162. (8732 A.) &£StiS&e±&* - te^adnJ^,«7^*t#*-m- AtT"« • Fort' Route 186. (8758.) Arrive Fort Belk- " 6 ■ Arrive De Route 187. (8750.) .w. From Babineto^i!Uw mi!'' _W20-) service, fortbe whole period of the prc- i.d Melrose, to NnVi¿dooir™/M*niÍMMdthSirCh®ril to 1)8 charged up against the «aid bid- Bidd,n> wiii propo^e a SSSiS. 'n,le* """ back" or bidders and his or their guarantor or Kxtraota from taw. of tbe Confederal 'ranters, and the same may be immediately state , «fc«. overed by tbe Confederate State ,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 17 May 1862

Hprfnui- «H a iy ai JO a. m. >yf to Matagorda, . ond Frid.y at ¡y, Thui-tóay and "?pdm,*'U ®V' m' A*rí"?0 M °°- m : (8511.) ím w*lla®f l!!«' «« (dberty, U0 «niIva a week. Saturday át n* Xt doy. by a a. ro. wkI Friday at 3 8 a al. wtnHm( 8513.) 'Burila, Vtiiegrove, and sir; •• and Saturday at and Friday at •) jPjjlp r.m ■?.a^W Ouniilnihara, Alora 10 Au"tin' l'XX*™d'y'ati*m' Af ysby 4 ¿3m<lñy'" " Arrive ite li. (US 15.) •JyBnn «; ! e, Vat l)pr!ne, Nmv ettavilie, to I* Grange, £4 milt 'afSl*7 «"J, Saturday at « a. m,. t day bj Ji m. ■(wdeyn'id Sunday at 2 p.m. doy by 8 p. m. " 12. (8510) ■ I to aiienS^'rrorle,,Wom°'Mtmt- , to Hunttvliki, 69 mi&a aud back, 'bM3® r *« # «íto <Arlrtvo át'La Graijj<e r at 1 p. m. Arrive at Qoti i Invited Rí °hoWokeont, to nntlierluiiii Snri45 mile and back, once a week. at «• m. Arrive at HatWIsnd •i ito&Ofiñdoy* by ft * 8 P B' Arei« MITU '-""nra'in*«"d Mormon , ' " Hurfiot, Si mile* and back, onooa week d«y by^2m y at S *' ®" ^rrlwat B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 17 May 1862

.JF Í" aLljiu-igsfii "" . I J*3 ■ .-■••'■.' SI m w m im i g iraPira . The General corotnandinp advises the people to keep cool—theie 1 no danger. Wet the enemy lands and endeavors to penetrate into the interior, be will be foQplit on every inch of ground. In the meantime every man should stand by his arms and be ready to take the field at á moment*' framing. The above is all that has taken place that is of interest to the public. After the above was in type we received the following by telegraph from {Wveston: Galveston, Sunday, May 18tb, .1802.; Yesterday morning a wliite flag whs raised at the mast-head of the Snntee, which not being immediately responded to on shore, the schooner Sam Houston started in' over the bar also bearing a white flag, a steamer was then dispatched by Col Cook, our Command- ant, to meet the schooner. A Federal Lieu- tenant boarded the steamer, stating be bad a communication to deliver to the Command- ant. at Galveston in person. This was declined, and afte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 24 May 1862

' i iPÉi • r . • . " •- it tto cb, on Sátur- and 25th tSrf 'the end shot bin. in P «■ i understand, being forbid to visit the faoutfe of Mr. where he bad been paying attention* to ter. Mr. T. M. Warren offers a (by band-bill) of $500 for his appre- d delivery to tbo Sheriff of Travis . it is to be hoped, that if the reward by the above party, does not bring the offender to justice, that the Governor will offer an additional reward. Crime is becoming of to<v frequent occurrence, and if mere stringent measures are not adopted, it Will continue tó increase. We are>sci " a pretty pass when the right of a father to protect his children is denied him, No hopes ara entertained for the recovery of Mr W. 1W nf '• ......jjiPiPiilB column, v i.Wv« made a htttf evidencé jsuffii ient hopelessness of ever at are still detormlu- tural war, attempting to iliate a bravo and generous and vengance, not Only nt the acorn and con-' the civilised woildrest upon tbem. - over twelve long months, have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 24 May 1862

!; m R-;: ,¿é aw:?-* the battle of shiloh. Qcn. Bennregard'i Offlclni H por(, H aoqdar* ia '> i«« Abht or *** Missibbipfi, ? CouiNTU, Mies., April XI, 1802. $ I 'if'.it Ge ««!-On the 2d oit- having ascertained eooilu*. Wely, troin the movement *jf too enemy on the Ten- venene river, and from reliable sources of Information, thiit hi aim would be to cut off my cummuriicalions lu West Tenmssee wtthtbo Eastern andrtouthern States, ' byo ' Lan [shin de*l«rns I I | and around Corinth. Meanwhile, having callad on the Governor of the State of Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama and Louisi- ana, to farnlih additional troop , bcnw of them, chiefly reulmentH from Louisiana, eoon reached Una vicinity, end with two division .of Gen. Polk' comma ud from Colnmliu , and a 8uo corps of troopi from Mobile and l'ensa *.o! . nnder Major Go". Braw?, constituted the Armv of the Mississippi. Atthe same time, Sen. John- ston 'helm? at Murfreesboro', on the march to form a i miction of his forres with mlns,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 31 May 1862

S^afóaiTOíi last ten wili regret ,tt> learn of . if. F-eeman (a member of . Rifle*, now i Virginia,) son [ Mr Thos. Freeman of tbis city. He was i first to iwpouil to the call of bin ry, and has nobly «aerificad ilia life in I its defense. men, blind to < l alone of their doing their nimo*t to the present desperate We hopo the General ^ he Department wUi toy the Iron hand of Martial L«w upon these Indirect gir- - ere of "aid and comfort to the enemy," and crueh at onae and effectually their efforts to tj>a currency of the coantry* county be placed un<|er Martial law, '*~" 7 "' " wilial be anenergetic, -> ute officer of the army, having Social sympathies with Union- .ioners. Then, and not títe Augean stable be cleansed. i# think it, due the parties who J so libera ly for the clothing taken charge of by J. EL Bobinson, with the prom- ise to deliver tlw saine to our troops in Ken- tbe committee hav~ f the matter should make a repoi t, f what was done with the n«oney— Í c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 31 May 1862

Voont WídnMdty Mid Sondsyate a. m. Arrive a- GriwiiWond ne*rrii.i by 0 y. >"■ Rouie ICO. (8729 ) From Kanftnan.by Trindad ana Biookaville, to Wain hite hi.- 46 íntica «rid baetf, in 0" a week. l>ave Knulman Monday al 0 a. m, AirWe at Wmb batchi.. «ame dav by 6 p. in. l«i ave M'axnhatrble Tunaday [at fl a- ni, Arriye at Kautmau oam# day tiy 8 p. m. Kuute 101. (8762.) From Mount Pleasant, by Gray Bock, TfOijt Ht r. Pal- 'tll'o, Whjt Oak. Tawmt, TimW OW«k. Brl«bt. (3t*r fti.J B ank Jack Grove, lo UfetuvilU', 8-* rallea and baok, oneo a w«'k. . , Laaru Wo.mt Fk-aiant Monday #t ®a m- Arrive-at <jt-.>eu<ille next day fly « p. ra.. Is are tíreonvil!o Saturday at a- Ia- Arrive at Mouni Xli atant next day by 6 ..«■ . . Route 10-" (8732 A.) r«. From Giecnvlllr. by MiIIwoo , Rockwall and Duck Creek, to Wallas, 67 miles and back, onco a veefc. JjMveGreoiivllltt'Wediieadoy at 6a. in. Arrive at Dal to* Hostility I y ll«. m. ia'íivo lJa.lna Tli Ai rive at GroehvlU. uraday at 1 f, ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 31 May 1862

MMMA 4rt',r" * HMIwp i Hill, f at fl a. in. rati! a. m. Ar j Ok), Kb Oak and back. once u week ri. A r.rivoatui Grange Arrttu ut Goji 11 p. m. day at 10 a. m Arrivo at Sutherland WM iT" * 7. (8508 ) w>ria Hhd Cuuoy, to Mst«gord*, times* «reelfc ' <■■ day, Wednesday and Krld«jr at t Maiimurda Tuesday, Thursday and 8t4P' A"ivo"t Co" 'a 8. (8511.) '! & Waiiseeviüe. io J/b rty,lM mitas a wr k. 1 te*m bouts. ic dn}. Th'ir^iiuy and Saturday at ai Liberty next day* by « a. m. . Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 3 1 <irtlVCBH.Ü next days by 6 a ra. i Brenhaiu, by BtíIu, Vim-grove, RoS-1] Tup arid •vllle, to LaGrauge, 8® mile and baok, three *" Tnenday, Thursday ar,4 t?oiurd y at Kife.3ll Higo Weoinsdny, Í . ra, Arrive at Bren bum by 12 m. iiiday Friday at Route 1U. (8512 A.) nge, by Kcajntimllo. Curtmbchsm, Alara Ip,-Webher. lile and Itoriisby, to Austin, i and back, tjx times a * WJt. .a Grange dally except Sunday, at 4 a, re. Ar An tin next dav* by 8 . m. dut'y, except Sunday, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 31 May 1862

"i GAZETTE-SUPPLEMENT. AUSTIN CITY, SATURDAYT^AY 24, '62. Monroe, La., April 29,1862. Eds. News:—I arrived here to-day by water from Alexandria, in company with Including pianos, carpeting, and everything of value,' Governor Moore and Heads of Department of this State. t- n,orth.- rhey havsin every Instauec rendered theplaoes point with Col. Wilcox has returned, looking in floo health and «pirita, to give an aooounl of his stewardship as the people's representative in the Congress of the Confede- ral e Btr.toe. The Colonel baa labored with zeal and effi- ciency. and his oonstltunats may well exolalm, " Well dono thou good and faithful servant." We learn fi orn the Colonel that wherever the Tontees ha^e had possession of the country, they have invariably ample, committed all manner of depredations and wanton mis- H< chief. They have entered private honses and taken away and sent north every kind of valuable furniture, Including ÜÉ m—* -* mi •" 4. * ; north. Xftey nave in every ins...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 7 June 1862

ü It VO¡, XIII JOHN AUSTIN, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1802. from the French to ukS to military rule. P Mi ■V V-V; mm v ' ' *•' K ]i«< ial Siotlce.—Al] Lualnofle of tfae State O ««tie eatftWíatmieot will be transacted by THOMAS H. KHINT, ani Ue i alone authorized to collect or . x .coil.', for money o< the office, and to appoint agent , f'f th'itnnrwue JOHN MARSH Ató b OO. Justice—-It is nob true that any consider- able number of. Englishmen of this city have applied to the British Consul for ex- emption from military duty under the Con- federal Government. There are and have been but two, one we have heretofore men- tioned ; the other is Mr. W. Dtigan Scott> the landlord of the Avenue feotel. Wo have a score of English and Scotch gentlemen in thin city and county who will fight to uphold; our flag as long as there is a shred floating from its staff, to them all honor is due. if'. 1 m • A -i , ■> k-it-iípMmá. in^ Sibley' Brigade. . jTfife expedition to KarMéxico a pvfc and portio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 7 June 1862

rnmm'ft IN ADVANCE .vaa wrrnf of the f the United State* It from the WWHm - Orlese . in reinrn 9 arid courtesy on wjien any female Bs'«-s¿s 1 lkit.u- to be ravocjtiou It le iba* f «ny dl* lir tann to f,r oí their , IP ..Jl e/jnstitnte a Jo«H- • for the Indulgence of their ('.commanding Gctie al, from hi IleH.iqoar. i bin insolent followers thnt tiny rtr« omen of the town the wive-, the • of our aitlgeiia, if by word, as* y contení [it t* indicated for their I, or insult offer d to the r ofesence Of the " - —^*3S|jg-'--" thB woreraei.l and the ■HlMMtt'a refuse of the North and abhorienc¡ «an the r «xhtbit for thesis oíBct-r Stmesf The , pontaneous r Involuntarily líate the crime i adjudges the thn exhibltWii th« Old cities sacked nnd tribu- ía "he women of a eon Jiceln modern time al. ravisbera suffering condign h inda <>f the|r own commander , rileral General to Invite hi i>oi i of outrages, at the meiitloi: of ■II* in borror--t¡o quicken the !tn al Instincts by 'he suggest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 7 June 1862

mm- r wi: AUSTIN CITY, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, '62. - — ■■ . • • /. — A1, V« H THEM ENT. CoHrlD«BATK Statb Pi)W O i"« DuPAKTMEKX, t Riomtoso Januury 31,1<W2. { 1 ROPOBA I,H will be received at the Contract Cffice of tins. 1>«[ iirtn eat ui III 3 p.. m. of S-tqrday, Mbj 17, J*&>, for conveying the Mall* of the Con', derate State for fir years, commenciri« July 1 1S -J, and •aiding June >0,1868 lntlie titala of Ti'XAS, on the Routes and I))- the Schedules of líepsrttire and Arri •val herein specified ¿S ' flKClAlOM ' A HOOHO I> HT MAT 81, IS82. KT Bidders «flout.I examine carefully the Laws and Ir #.rn. tlon annexed, and'especially the latter port of clion.^B.) ' . ■ . • Route <T~ (8806.) From Galveston to Sabltie City, 76 rolles and back, twice a Week. Leave Onlveaiou Tuesday ond Thursday at .11 a. m. A ri t ve a Wat,I nr City m-xt day* by 8 a ni. 1 .«ave Ha ■ i i>e. Oily Weíluesday und Friday at 10 a. m. Arrive at Galveston t.e t day by 2 p. ra. Route 7. (8508 ) F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 7 June 1862

)) . lo FUSli SÉ f sat ofueu- • Oreiik. I,ftwlr- "orth, 61 íuiií . m. Arriva at Mc to r>««- Dohto): Arrive , I a*i«i f*ilolr Í*ÓJ £Pl«i y at 6 * m. Arrive at ,bv Poiid'o^-llfe, liavai a. Ft . ojcll'erwm, 72 milf at.d ba>k. t bia- $mw sureties,. and «It persons c tft fee concerned, in ly read and exam- of laws here presented, end ud ín-stni tiori-, in order that bo iñudo and liaUilirlvh a<sun4ed ttn- iiigly, and that, all misapprehension i of tjouiplttint hereafter may be .... . ■: Postmaster fire required to make them- selves familiar with tbe*e laws aad instruc- tions, that they may be able to inform and -direct other . { ", Ud canso Arr t* at Ko t An Act to continue in force certain laws of the United States of America, lie it enacted by the .Confederate State óf America, in (Congress assembled: That all laws of the United iStates óf America, in forcc and in use in the Confederate Siates of America on the first day of November last, nn«y hjeoft^istáíít with the Constituti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 14 June 1862

-J'-'.- - ÉÜ I Ml SI ¡he Jtate BY MIIM marshalTTCO. VOU XIII ....... . NO. 46. 'ÚfV PÜ - ■imI teal ÁljSTI^ SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1862. "'■«'I.' .!■ I . .ill' EipicUl Notice.—All ba ino e of the Stat Gszetl* e«tabU liui nt «W be transacted by THOMAS H. KKNT, and he I* alone anthortwd to collect or r .oulpt for money of tbe office, and to appoint agent* for that purpose JOHN MARSHALL & CO. ■-1-- i-i-J i . cmr Col. Geo. W. White or this city ha- shown to us the communication of Col. S. B. Northrop, Commissary General of the Confedeer.te States, appointing him the sole and exclusive agent of the Subsistence Department to purchase beef cattle in Texas for the Government, no contract has or will be made this year by the Commissary Gen- eral for the purchase of cattle in Texas, Col. Whi,te, and such agents as he may employ, are alone authorized by the Commissary Gen- eral to make purchases. The policy -thus adopted, for many reasons, we regard as the best for the Government and trust that...

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