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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 5 August 1863

and driven - N. Y. and ||Wl i N. O. Bra, the number of i« Port Hodsaa b hundred and ■of officers sent to hmrmw? oeyona soooant of others, with four i a piece of fresh bee! bido an hi back, m 'i were several holes made by arrow*. The fPjtasd as ihe property ot Alton prairie. on I Mesqufte wounding and taking om ■ the prisoner (by Col John S. Ford ) w«* Lnoiano Juan*, . [ran parents—that ;h -In*r>'Z, Ma raotltw's captured by Indiana s ■fe |Hr« SSI; ,Ml8s.fini hi* father* name 1 See ondina—that u P P when onl «sthería meeqauo beans, his pwenta being al the time In the house. In relaii'iu to the expedition which reunited to bis eaptnre, he states that the party of Indiana s, came down as far «8 the Twin s those whom be accompanied to i, tome i lo decond opon the settlements, crowed two ««am* (one of which we have been the Colorado) : they came ^' ,vJ*BÍde the secood at ream i the morn thickly settled country to steal There w-rotbjwelndiaos with him when i the>r saddle*. They left ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 12 August 1863

¿: 'i.-;,^ "i - - * " - - - W5^&iá£é IKferr —^.!.-.;_..i'..i' Colorado Cowrrr, Jaly SSto, Gazette, I AUG. 8, 1883. Deas 8ik :—In much ictenwt H. Jo jes, ÉMvwéwÉniM ' too ■ mg{ Uttfe > 2Mb sajs no • boon received m f&'ieg- W ¿. | V m-z: m? m Ot ths 10th, .«rid, " assisted by the thunder. Sieklcs bss 17th fill i'/ 81 Mi Sja * 131KÍ 8 M W&. m íkís 1 ^ K wu ■ ■ • 'tí- • L of th IfUSUlL, depreciation of the am or set of San, • eoah and every ' for permiting i the patriotism we will cot «. That we will not necesreriee ofHfe of tí country, -e-—-«jft _ L_ _ tiwterotlles of the soldleru, who are fighttag oar . ¿'.ÍÜbat we reoommend each and Baeited, «. Thai for the parpóse oí obtain ins; arree: information, as to those who may violate he injunctions of these resolutions, a committee of be appointed, whose duly it shall be, to . and give notice to, all vioia- oi necessity, to take such steps, _ - a compliance with the foregoing re- quirements. 'pggg&smmz- StMatá, 7, That th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 12 August 1863

SOT; Chans- PHHMpHH flfttll* 3 n U thus held sat, a r-wm on account of a on the k.«r a south. to have helped to depredate U, " * tos only remedy Is in its •ad silver can «&*■_ with paper toon* ey; and were. gold as plenty to the fcsnda of our oilaens to day, and had teen aim the commence- ment of the war, aa Confederate money, ita depre- ciation woald have bee nearly aa gr«-at, or ta other words, the raise of every article would hare been nearly aa kigb, if foods had been aa soarae aa they ara now. The taw ot demand and aop- pif no* repítate this matter, or more plainly speaking, it wilt regelate itself. We may enact Witt what ordinances we please, and Bx the pnce of evrajihlag as na like, but wo cannot eontrol the vaiae oven ehooae to p^aoe open muney at a time like thU, a Uto a marketable article itself, and wfll command its own «loa, according to the «ap- ply of the market, irrespective of all laws. With abundance of agricultural pwdnote, wear paying from $8 to $5 per bushel ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 2 September 1863

rnext, -• 1 00 10 00 ' too MOO : the maad c£ Fort Pickens, in Florida. On bis journey to this city it is elated that he secreted himself in a closet on the ears to weape observation. There are now on Hello Island 2S1T Yankee ¡¿and ISO moro .in tie Libby as above wards ol 4,000 are on their way from _ Quite a brisk bnsinees has been done tat week in seeding such cattle back to Yankee land. w. the aetiils of the battlea near Gettysburg, above alluded to, we moetly from Northern papera, extract* from which hare already been published. appear to be wholly discredited by the Bentinel, which says the true story is as follows: On Wednesday, JÍIÜy 1st, the enemy attacked Les ai Gettysburg, and were terrlbf -| ' defeated. On the next day, the fl Important On Friday the grand „.- Gen. Lee drove the enemy at all points, no doubt, inSietin^ a ranch heavier injury than he received. The enemy's Anal position was on a* fortified jhiU.? From this we drove them, it Is * - heavy losa "" " "" - it was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 2 September 1863

- * •-. -.c- ' - It. SEP. T, 1863. >*JÍ tSe Week. pgr We have been requested by the Gov- ernor to publish the address to the people of Texas; Louisiana, Arkansas Mid Missouri,' and the Allied Incoan" Nations, m handbill form, issued by the Governors of the four Sirtes above 1 Marshall on I «dated; Oar limita vi l than a synopsis LATEST on the i-r ■ i that though self-d Thát with our f arns'and ammunition, with i basis of finansial measures. and ► to con- to renewed efforts— BdeBcy. In view óf LL- G«n. Kirby i plenary powers, i tote exerci^l withia the end'" do not particularize ■ to be adopted, stating "they be disclosed by the execution of and by the benefits they must pro- duce," thema ons and i I combine, without delay, the -individual efforts of eur citizens to sustain our ' have formed, unofficially, a Corn- lie Safety, to be composed cf far the time being, of the , and have selected m ■sir rgwneof L the ladder of o- : these I would sooner attempt'than un iioruice to sift ou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 16 September 1863

- • ("..- . . ' , - ' . . - . :-•.•••■ ■ .. «-s' IIIIIbI ' : ' v.; " 1 . " \ V; - ■ mmim ^$~T' ' : 'i; V ----y ' - V i V o-- r - i 1 m m WwffsWt WsSWh INVAEIABLY IN ADVAN . YOL. XV. . 16, 1863. MONDAY SEP. AUSTIN, WM tmm i . i NEWS. last night as usual, through. We are - N. Rogers^of George- tte News and Tele- na his way up, news had received by the down train of the Fort Sampter. We trust, bow- only prove a rumor like ' all the other important news we hare had of late. Tin only item of any inter- can find, is the attack on Pan, Which the Telegraph de- as follows: Sabine Pass, Sept. 7. Six Federal steamers are sounding the approaches to this point, two of them inside the bar. Sabise Pass, Sept. 8,11:30, p. m. The enemy opened fire at 6:80 this orning from two steamers. After ing 26 shots they withdrew. Fort d to them. No damage on either side as far as heard from. The enemy have at present six steamers the bar and twenty-one Teasels the bar. * . This attempt to occupy one of our por...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 16 September 1863

mamm meet- cal- intended to estab- >coun- ip from the m , so that no disloyal thoaght í can be breathed with impunity, county will be divided into dis- of Safety it rin re- district— ouster the field, the «Jnantity of Ac., on hand, and in the proper Ktthe 1 '"^fi i no old man, youth or take some part in it wiH be the business of committees to assign to each their ■ proper sphere of action. That there are these in oar midst, who are more dangerous than the open enemy in the field, there can be no doubt, and seme steps must and will be taken to place them where they cando no more harm. Look at Monroe, where the Federals were invited to come. by some of their own citizens, to protect them, as they allege#, against the rebels. If there are any Monroes in Texas, now is the \ ferret them out. We publish,* in another column, the proceeding of a public meeting- held in San Antonio^ preliminary to a Mass. War Meeting of the people of Western Texas to be held on the 19th, at which a barba-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 23 September 1863

.«■ .íáflSaiS «EBP^pwS^neiwll i ai ■« 00 th day t basent In not later than 13 > publica! ion, to insure insertion >«t Tri-Weekly fluatt*. Subscription, «5 for three months, pay dvance. So subscription received for a. 1 . AUSTIN, FRIDAY SEP. 18, 1863. jESCBy the mail this morning we have received bat little additional news. Little Rock is ra poaaenion of the Fed- erals, though, it is very probable Gen. Price trill attack the enemy in a short time, and retake it. '/_■• | ■ We copy a condensation of the dis- patches from the Telegraph, which we clip from the News of the 16th inst. Shrevwokt, Sept. 12, 1863. Dear Nsws:—The following offida- disptteh from Little Rock, came toheadl quarters yesterday: * f -? * "The enemy crossed the Arkansas riv- er in force yesterday below Little Rock, Gen. Price's defenses. He baa : in good order to Benton, twen- ty-five miles this side." This needs no comment. Little Rock is in the bands of the enemy, but Gen. Price will offer battle as soon as h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 23 September 1863

, >- - ¿V ?M! ta Ib ípg?; . Oreen ta I prepared to meet the do not of troop* we ability of our the enemy in the way : to ais. , bat wsre gal- ón Uta aide of I «ad ISO wounded. . Msgrnder ta making every r a determined defence, and cal! on s hi the Siotito organise, and march to He ser * place, «nd «at the ene be defeated If the people will I on the soldiers aad el Usen of i to the rescue will be found nnder Later accounts state that the been raised, owing to the l of 'the Federals and whichthe tor- of tía, ene- tint Sen. Brfcgg he defeated not 3 If of the city of K«w r the mob who ore op- i Bio Grande confirms are In possession of Confederate money is qao- i cU. on the dollar. t news of the past week is t at home is that Texas i victory over the vandals in . the fall official re- to publish a By a private letter to this But Antonio, 19th inst., we the French are now occupying Matamoros, and that that Government have acknowledged the Southern Con- federacy as an independent nation...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 30 September 1863

PPlB ' ...... r1 ¿4 . m gsaafcafesg .- ■ " ¡Slpp Sg¡¡ D. >PEIET0Er-TERM8( $10 INVJ ttbB ws BOW have • the Sí-rS lass. The enemy are im people to juersd on p when united. . X." the Bbrevspdrt at the "Hswi," being the latest .t, Sept. 20th, 1883. Dear Niws :-Passengers through thb still of a later ■IPS? with them. The ; is said, con- between the ¥an-r ¡ragg, it ia ten miles and where, with a Johnston, the army S is said to I the aiege of Ohar- i of three of our i into the harbor. Therea- i retreat of the Fed- i supposed to have off of their forth by. our s of war. Is connection with this it is proper to mention that the Federal Government sent commissioners to Eu- > to ascertain the number of iron-dads built for the Confederate States, •had already left for cur was that six had al- Í for is very important in- and folly accounts for the trep- t now felt in most of tho Northern towns. bat that recognition tos erais f b^ « to tona'ilfy the otjwt at the act of the Briny of icen. e p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 30 September 1863

JH ■flBV'MWPpw1 ■MMinSiM) y ■■ - «rtl of confinement. ■Ü2 P"r «*y f« i <* o«e dtv wore a o¡a«o'f> dren, and just ~sshoved off clear of tbe shore. I > be a petnouon board by mistake, ' another boat, esdei the terv eyi Tba ««ungual into Which I i üie head qnartera of tte> Vt It h>y In the stream Mid ' &r s a boat t< ied a parole pass to to tba m^nup? thai I wanted He «aU h tf ¡ly M; MHM aiidoUifer could, and HP WMfe the ífcsal flMafeÉÉyBMÉBgM i nfa the which appear in . of Cept. with the win read j. aeqnt. htm of anything and his defuse to more.' w> reach those who may i reports and do not know him aa rbeen without any mail from Houston r day, and it was not till 1st® this morning , stage arrived, being detained by high water. We did not lías our papir on Wednesday, being m the Houston mall fur new , 1 to-day we find but little that of recognition, ¡ of Charleston are rifa as >f dates from 8hrereport 1 from Alexandria to the SStfe The pears to a letter r Cs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 7 October 1863

i 1 í f BHB gg£5 ¡ÍlSp%Í wü^ j-f n .•síi'&sg jISSs .••?;. . * mm w 8oH Day. iT' --rr .- - :M.^P V J f Jf ■ s—- 1863. m A;* __ K." the _ _ •'New ," being the latest from that place: Shreveport, Sept. 20th, 1863. DEAR News-.-Passengers through this morning saw papers on the other side as 'ate as the 5th, and reports still of a later date. The extraordinary demand for l*t«a papers on the route ia their excusa not bringing them oh with the * Mississippian of the 6th?. it tmS tains an account of the^ Bragg and R< kee army j stated^ drew . force in Federal The saml account of 1 leston and j own iron clj son of; this erais from 1 been communii vessels of it is proper to Government sent rope to ascertain th being built for th' and what number1 shores. The repoi ready left, folly a the service. This telligence, and fully idation now felt in ■ seaboard towns. It i also stated m ~ been determined opon by tria. Maximilian has de. •own of Mexico, and that pat the « arras '•om E® niance j0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 7 October 1863

! not be i would date of Mr. i ill absorb of the piratical crafts appears tobe. ■It is the be noticed w e* the believe, ** are esuch&n event South woald Northern pape of (he 1'r ta for tbe is every reascn to II. Enroll! and 45, create ¥■mm Cabinet had the South. tfce iei It mi vaguely debated thee Some of rare of the Florida, at European politics The Toronto Evening 11 «beg a Bomas >2 "LSST. mm 1181 Cobb, John D. Cobb, Daniel Cobb, John Bolfcaub, the Confederate States, and not be citizens 11th pub- g the steamer understood, an Southern block- 1 i position of oar t same,, as well Large reinfor been sent from Bragg, and also a ] consistingofj corre *P>HOr. from Tfu Wltboat «ay although we are jf I DeÜ r thai rthe report,It ta evident"^ ose, before the terrüin- ' frou .yeara^; be fa, aa Fron ade. SF1 The Times scarcely a doubt tbut to rein' ■■■ a week, there ■ but it i« now redi gence to this effect is 1 . L. Cronot<e, who wl baí been ordered West of it going to 1 vision)...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 14 October 1863

b ^«wgn the WB& cwttteW rtBUSB V*,t ' tk« W 1 tut ® ?e* ",nam k„ ■ sssfc"*-1 -batís? ad 3rs .BKTted{o',ess\ a,W*>'?l.lÜm-'Atba Advertíame w¡ Term* « **". ^¡sr fa ««« ■ 2 ^eeWT- A* month- By toe ^ hated*1®* . two leoo^tR . NoW * ^ ~e , oo "®'n ¿bsianti on ^an •P^fchattt oteOT\re 4 tsfcee. 1-- ,h*ííb^ -Kir1 S*1 eTanpol -i > *" "v't~ 'V-^: 4V-: ■ i r^u. is nndou , Oct. Sd, 1863. :>V M-M Jfm ESSStgi mhMzT 11 Mm ■ ■. ■ '■- £3^S23K , • ' -- ■' .• •• .k" ■■ p^aVfcii ?*Ww¿s wit* «p^e *. - ". - * ^ "That n Saturday previous General attacked Rosee ranz, drove him bis position with heavy loss; again attacked him on Sunday, and drove him eleven miles, capturing sixty pieces of artillery, a large number of small arms and several thousand prisoners. Bragg would renew the attack on Monday mor- ning. Oar troops are in the highestspir- its, whilst those of Rosecranz are demor- alized, and many throwing down thei* arms and leaving the battie-tield. It Is supposed that Kosecranz, on Sunda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 14 October 1863

14, — in the s.wj^B ■ i of: SÉlL his position. Our «at 5000 killed and; ®lI I to apon r f rere <r the cor- . ... we publli tr°0^but. W thp correo*, the" docu Rre itatantlate them beyond doubt- It on handR.)decra.!XM nny Is surrounded in *£^.7 Chattanooga, on one fourth «tirar , rn without * Other means of - treat's forces occupy the ^ . jEouittins, end other forcee ,h0L,^ht,'n the vicinity. °<w£f,8PetehM aeknowl' ?"La say, DUnols wl ™*^hu defeat 1 m Uf ®di> bw-bwtag craD*- doubt _<' iiothiue J' News 1 ! ¡the f"aakee* left Bristol j ■NT ,#i—' Bristol on meeting with ? fed the new Com- abont 100 barre! of . __ bacon, aodgulUáiMrv- iles this sido of Bristol — ton. up a , few rails, and & no force at Salt-vUlo.— enemy at Zollict ff«r, ti n Jand it is reported in the raer i cap- force is said to iraní- I . confirmation, but Jones' doubtless true. .—Passengers by tho central I oof the Rapl- ■Bl on tho part of sross the river, but persons generally believe a fight will take...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 21 October 1863

;yv.-'y^-■, •.v V " " - [ - ^Míá^ü BBBBK^Bp9 jflH ¡fc. ,4W, hsmWt ¡fcV.. Um^ U." ■.'-U-LiMl t.M. ..- Mi--* t the report* t regiment in Rose- lbs people of '•' I "t has been and the com- Thkis in oar favor. ,forwb > the dispatches i we are under the Hoosíon neen: .Oct. w^iaaa tw . Ég¡| - Jwi tÜUUÍM i aa the 27th, whleh ■ 1 if entirety surrounded l i -ftmrth rations oí earn > of ; kind, ■ * B H ; ; . - . • ■ V-• l> '.V^SKISHs >•' - in the vicinity, ft MMdty | with Lincoln ha now ]*ie greet iWuRDnt liver, at least lor a: time, so *11 beat their posts " negro is he at first ¿*j the^r* iU raearareably the Mississippi bot we most m** ex- mím 1ISB ÜSÍ XV. * > . mm ->-n IBS1 Y n. n \j.CJ, ilpfsii- " *í;í'í • i s I V.eiarl ' 3r be a very ¡ it as * < al part of the community, be thrown into tno—!—*" if the defeat is as to indicate. She has thirty-two r Rodecrans* amy. The NewOrieaas ¿asKssssssss^M . ¿thfcbthe right or intervention in Polish «M* by the other Government* of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 21 October 1863

p® M í-íg KgiB I8 I iSmm drop a soldier's tear upon the of the noble men who hare fallen oar sides, and move forward. Much bis been accompli be done before we inga of peace. ■¿'2 BI Canton, Miss., AUSTIN, WEDNESDAY OCT. 14, '63. partió I - I ¥i ■ i • 1 . dt-ipatch of I Líe :—i ckall, Gen. yesterday, informed . its.date the enemy JOS. E. JOHNSTON. toBrig. Gen. Jackson, from ■SSnm: Our Enemy direction of Bridge- that point. Our h&rraasittg thwn says Maxmilhan accepted the thron for certain. North- era papers mournful erar the defeat, and * ' M i a Jobs ol 30,000 men. Mis- t for navigation, and won't insure. Atlanta 26 th, vf* Granada ¡27th.— Our lines, extend around Chattanooga within striking distance. Oar forces are weU np the frontj supplies am also at hud. ■ Vii-= «*': JB--JÉÉ Mountain, 12 - That night ' tor?" ¡Üñ&ST, lorn, in 28,600. Stn af tie Since our last issne, oi the I4th, we have but little information in addition to newn raeahred np to that date.' Tietory of Br*jR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 28 October 1863

ÍÉKPISf üS® >i2É3i|gg8ip Will KpflB * t Wmmmr^ ■HpnHWMMI * eP m ^b- tí r-i Bm^PR- K : the 2d inai. there were in ' pr¡BQQM8 of war old and ^ , ^ in that citj pn the ¡¡BSCS amatsga bad Mgrw the num doublet: hoi cried i, "I surrender, KHir don't he maUoontrfnno lisbed. Hoa. predominance of the who arrived bv am we an informed, state titat a rumor *« current at BTtreveMrt just previous to M* ud in Br *1" H" teMDtuW<« commend 5 Ool Eaehtl having been assigned to the tarn- maadal the Sabine Rsss and on the Col, Yagisr has bete Ordered to the command of the First Te*a Mounted Kiflea. He tewres for the The ?togiemarits, that "both of those gushed officers are anxions to be" assigned u> ao- tíve aeryJne, bat thatthey are boj* wilting^ r side," nbilaot, and the a the lib inst- Of eouiss the nsual me* be made for the " reliable gonti* , of which 1,0Q0 are officers. Gen. Meredith will doubtless become more jtflQOt dispatcher,, as TheM^winjat^elróm ihe "S.m- Hall we can find of any par...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 28 October 1863

- mbssbhhhhv mad to 9*3 tb 1 Knoxvil'e town, and derives It contains the in Use Confederacy, aud equal 2,\ - - y to be for a iaaot to tot* , 1s>a<fl aa rifle nits -works lor our artillery. in both and will Si3^S3 meut of Kowsjraos's compelled Bragg to «ti Chattanooga, In order lo jttoteot hi Hoe of lie, where Rosee muz's head. _ , «lio north, after county, rives# resaltof that battle on the 2Jd of 8ej>ten¡barfyoor reader aa the writer. Eottcranz la nor at UfaattatMOg*, encircled by Bragg*a army. my deliberate ml Your correspondent has no other means of forming his opinion than is pouwed by has tried and failed, belli* driven otiles. *}«d<*d, no very large «tal direction, the topography orthe country as want of provisions fbfWd it. Patches, not i, are cultivated. There la so great Wf, only neighborhood roads, through Jf over which it la impossible to trans* Ordnance store*. No army be f applied f-ora the country. Can Tie b4 rein- forced from Ihe West—Memphis ? r think not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 18 November 1863

*■'. sP1"^® \ • •« •,' a- I . ' " .!■ Í J — ..• -:*lg£ .-.'' -I- - -*- s ^ « . ' ' \ . • T;' U^:iárMÍW¿¡ v¿V: -'4 . ft*. Í s-«*.*%-! *mmJ£ . . •> . .. - . . : . - I 1 ;---Í9r¿¿"¿^ ♦ ■*Sp V.I®ÍÍ-Í ggpg? - •----? V ...: - - •- - i i - . j¡||p mmm' ...' V . ' •. '.* --.- • P®MPÍili -i--- ■ tfrday, AUSTIN, MONDAY, NOV. 16, 1863 «_ ": -..' ~ ■ í=Jífe J stesááwraHU We are inpeceípt oí the Houston papers, with dates from ShreTeport and er oí ai copied bearing dates to la taken entirely from m the cluef The News has a string of dispatches tbe ■ midat.^ to our , (be Gov- <** gu- If they Owreia •.that the a commercial deslio* ifloea to Mttla the It is the duty oi the -tor «}!• citizens to meet Hud petti- toe task i ; ' f bave been the beet money than those of the Cos- wiUij* to l^^tf *GB" r yuitfir dune, tobe u l'1 that during the war, policy i r onIf i ignored] that paper, which we will not attempt to palm upon our readers as new«, but simply give a few extracts of such items as bear s...

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