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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 August 1906

-dts "Jltj . , J. t< V> TWfc *{" 'vk^kffm •/' .wit -mm;..- v 11 "m your business at the Gtizens' National Bank. fj i j tst trtX'U THE eftMERON HERALD. s® iiw w. Volume 25* No. 8. CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1906. WKole Number 125 A $2 Pi<5lures for 69c with every $2 Purchase at WAGNER'S Ask salesman for Coupons and have your purchases checked. New Line of Ladies' Side and Back Combs Just Received CAMERON, TEXAS A. J. ONER <S CO. A supreme test of friendship is a loan. Honest Labor is worship.— Fred Rendor. The man behind the plow makes an impression on the world Fear of being many a man. in olass. reformed keeps the bachelor * H Things we would like to be thankful so seldom give us the opportunity. * • ♦ ■ There's nothing new under the sun—except methods of distort- ing the truth.. ^ Love a nd common senBe—but what has love in common with common sense anyway? Analyze the contests of your cup of sorrow and more or le«s happiness will be found therein. Hit Some me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 August 1906

"Jane's Kid." Fo' God's sake, Jane,come {it dis chilc Come 'fore he kill hisself; He's tryin' to pull yo' can o' lye From off dis ok red shelf, Ef he should turn dat burnin' stuff Down on his nappy head' Yo' sho' would hear some yellin' case 'Twould nearly kill 'im dead. He's alters in some devilmint! Whut makes yo* kid so bad? / Don't mind dat same mischievous kin Is gwine to make yo' sad. I nevah seed, since I been born, No eakel to dat kid, Jane, ef e'er yo' have some comp'ny Be sho' to keep 'im hid. I seed 'im heah de udder day Runnin' de brown cow's calf, Ef de ole cow had seed 'im, Jane, She'd hooked him half 'an half. Around dat ole barn dey would go, He'd grin an' he would run; He romp'd tell lie wuz out o' breath, He thought lie's havin' fun. He's gittin' sassy right now, Jane, Las' week 1 sed to him, "Sonny, fetch me ma pipe",he 'low'd "Git it vo' self' ole Jim". When I wuz young ez dat kid is, An, sass'd ole .people out, 1 felt ma lickin' on me den, Dar want a bit o' doub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 August 1906

< T'- i « ) OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. County, City, Church, Lodges. county officers. It. B. Poole Sheriff B. Todd District clerk jm. Book* County Clerk JeffT. Kemp Treasurer W. A. Naboura County Attorney S. G. Little Tax Asse.itor Jm. Pate Tax Collector A. W. Tabor County Surveyor Uuinn Walker County Superintendent Graham G1UU Commissioners... | g; fcfcf £ .fig***> city officers. Mayor J. B. Wolf Sewrntary ana Treasurer C. P. lleaty Tax Collector Henry Y. Moore Marshall A. D. Hooka LODGES. A. r. * A. M., LITTLE tUVBQ CHiiTIf *0. (HI. Meet, the fourta Friday night of each month. ItliU' Lodgtt meutu Thursday night ou or be- fore l'ull moon. *. or 1'., MILAM LODGE NO. 125. Meets every Monday night. Ben Strum, C. C. 0.1'. Meaty, K. of 1{ ft S t. O. O r. OAMBHOK KKCAMI'MICMT NO. HH. Meets Jail and 4th Monday night in each month. Patriarchs visiting oily are invited. Cameron Lodge No. AO.—Meets every Thurs- day night. Brothers visitingcity are invited. MOUCRN OHUKR OF l'll.UTOIIlANB, LOCA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 August 1906

THE HERALD. f- I !!• H. W. STEVENSON, Editor and Proprietor t SUED EVERY THURSDAY AT CAMERON MILAM COUNT*, TEXAS. Subscription $1.00 per Year. ■ntMvd at tbe poatotBce at Cameron a* iwcond cUiw mail matter. TRAIN SCHEDULE. S. fl. & fl. P. SOUTH MOUND N< ltT II IIOUNO Mo 42—M:I0 A M No 41-«:! I'M No 48—«:80 I' U arrive* I.ctvi'H No 47—7 00 A M No47 and 48 are mixed, running from Cain eron to Waco G. G. & S. F. SOUTH 1IOUMO 2iJ0P M tt:00 A H 8:1/1 A la NOltT'ii H >UND •1: JO I'M 2:0b A M 11:63 A M Maysfield Telephone Co. OMneron to Mayifletd. direct, 2r>c Oamnron to llranobrllle via Mayslleld direct 25c Cameron to JionosPrairie" " '• 2fic Oameron to Matleyvllle " " "25c Mo extra obarge for time, unless over ten Minute*. We have no party line. Servlee la direct to •aoh of above points. Prompt attention given to every call. WLen placing your calls, please route as above ladl- sated, and avoid confusion and unnecessary de- lay. iQOoowMMwcotixiaiartw Women's Department * L...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 August 1906

4 t an : tiusetts 1 and m old •sell n as a tariff aper. n the his else- .1 llll ;spise else- tinc'n rican you ail. 'i/ed of rich -aid, St. dious Mood |e, a the iUOC- iched and ;r. f the the dens he the best nn- ,000 ving (hi nk of lern- I bad or lued |be a he in." Irate It be liis- lad, Iges r'his ■was lient Mr. le [ver |ton Lily lit's to It he It he It he lets ion | he l"g d, b v, im las lod |F E y Id i/ f Personals, f Fannin Jones is clerking for D. Kemp. One more jumping baby for sale at Ruby's. Jim Cargill came home from Camp Mabry Monday night. L. C. MoBride of Dallas was in town last week. C Heary Ruby when your ohair needs repair. Mrs. Hallie Wofl'ord left Tuesday for lexington on a visit. Miss Nell Sue Whitman is behind the counter at D. Kemp's. Prof, W. C. Taber has gone to Arkansas o.i a visit. Wanted to buy one pair seoond hand made lioense.—Ruby. No old maids in stook. Will order on application.—Ruby. Patrick, Carlton and Hugh MoKinney were in town last Fri- day. Rev. C....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 August 1906

M List of lands and Lots Delinquent on March 31st, 1905, for the Taxes of 1904, in Milam €ounty. Reported Under the Provisions of Section 10, Chapter 108, Lawa of 1897. I."Arthur W. Taber, Tax Collector of said County, do hereby oertify that the with- in lands and town lots assessed as unknown property on the Tax Bolls of said County for the year 1004, are delinquent for the taxes of 1004, and that I am entitled to oredit for the taxes as shown thereon. ARTHUR W. TABER. Tax Collector. Sworn to and eubsoribed "before mo this 18th day of April 1006. JEFF T. KEMP, County Clerk, Milam County. MIRKS Of OWNER UNKNOWN 1M r SJ i \ | 33 LAND Original Grantee J J Acosta. J M Baron E Caruthers T J Chamber* G Cribbs D Curry ..., .. M J DeGoda A Fakes D B FJi iar J Gafford D Ghalaher W E Harris -.. J P Jones J J Liendo..-. L Lomas P L Loyd J McLaughlin C M Matthews R Moore D Munford J A DePena Wm Punchord H Purdon D Robertson E 8 Robertson 8 C Robertson 8 C Robertson F Rodriguez F Ruiz J D Sanch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 August 1906

•SB" 91 [Ol 101 IOK IOC [Ol Call and aee us. Phone 95 and 164. THE CAMERON GROCERY CO. We offer to the Public the most complete line of groceries in town and cordially invite every one to compare the quality and prices of our goods with any other grocery store jn town. Our flour can not be excelled and we guarantee every sack. American Beauty is our fancy patent and there is none better. Empress is a high patent, the best on earth. o o o o n Presh Swift Premium Hams and Breakfast Bacons received . every Thursday. Coffees, Teas and Spices To suit the most exacting tables. Security coffee is a blend of the . finest Moca and Java coffees., Hippodrome is the King of dollar bucket coffee. Palmetto and Reunion in 1 pound pakages. Ladies' Club and Crown Teas in h and lA pound packages. Notice To The Farmers. We will pay you the highest market price for your produce. > While we enjoy the majority of the town trade we want your trade also and in order to do this we must convince you that ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 August 1906

mmmm K Tremendous Reduction in orices at CKeeves Brothers' Big Store. AUGUST CLEARANCE. What a tremendous event it is every August, an occasion that never fails to win the attention of shrewd buyers and those whopnce and quality are points of unceasng consideration. Extra pants, ready to wear skirts, dress goods and white goods. 1 hese goods will go at prices unparelled. The greatest chance to buy Jc thing and Kxtra Pants! One of the biggest drops this year in the prices of clothing ■" 11 "g BrudefW, Klneald 4 Wood. Copyrighted, 190V. 1 Young men's suits that were 4.50 and 5.00 now - $3.95 Men's suits that were 6.50 and 7.50 now - - 4.50 Men's suits that were 12.50 and 14.00 now 10.00 And many other lots of equally as great values that we have not space to mention here, and if you are any way dis- satisfied with your purchase your money will be refunded for the asking. Suits for Young Men $3.95 This is an offer that sel- dom occurs. A strictly up- to-date suit, well made and perfect...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 23 August 1906

? w- ( y Do your business at the Citizens' National Bank. ooks school us and THE 6HMERON HERALL Volume 25* No. 9. CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1906. WKole Number 1259 Platform of the Texas Democracy. 1. L a n h a m Administration Commended.—We indorse and oommend the present Adrainia tration of Governor 8. W. T. Lanhara as faithful to the inter* ests of the people of Texas and return the thanks of the Democ* racy to our State officials for their faithfulness and efficienoy in offices. • 2. Lobbying.—We demand that the next Legislature enact ^uch a law as will define and prohibit lobbying. 3. Free Passes.—We favor the enactment by the next Legisla- ture of a law prohibiting the is- suance of free passes or the giv- ing of free transportation, franks or privilep-es in any form by railroads or other corporations within this State, except to those employed by said corporatidns and their families, the indigent poor for whom application is made by religious or oharitable organizat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 23 August 1906

4 \ •5.. K ' ! 1/ m >.■, v / v v^- rs Lost. d simply be 10 were taught to ^ was the repre* . Aie idea that the In the mire through the impracticable legiala he stood for it.. It was inhara or Bell or any of the jutive branch that beat. Bell, ^ t it was Love, Williams, Ter- fell and other speculative mem* bers of the Legislature who did it. In fact, the people of Texas, aad I know them, are of that praciioal sort that, while they are willing to listen to the stories of a new Eldorado in taxation, are ooarse enough to d«oiaud that provisions be furnished in the old way till the mines ofauoh Eldorado shall turn out the stuff, aod that is exactly what the soientfic Legislature did do. Provisions were ma Jo to ex- plore the mines and the State was left to starve. The mines have not turned out anything beoause of the stubborn, not to say nasty, conduct of railroad lawyers, and people go about asking why the State of Texas —rioh, proud and honest—has to hawk its promises to pay. That is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 23 August 1906

-' / I r' OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. County, City, Church, Lodges. COUNTY OFFICERS. B. B. Poole Sheriff B. Todd Ulstflot Clerk J s. Hook* County Clerk .. JeffT. Kemp Treasurer W. ▲. labours County Attorney 8. G. Tax Assessor •■•••« • r 'e T x Collector .A. W . T bor County Surveyor Qulon Walker County Superintendent .Qi*b n> GlUU „ . . S W. U. Bor . P. V. Uodlford* Commissioners...! WeUe, W.J. Laue. CITY OFFICERS. Mayor J. B. Wolf Secretary and Treasurer 0. P. Meaty Tax Collector Henry Y. Moore Marshall A. D. Hook* LODGES. a. r. ik a.m., nivan chaitib no. Utl. Meets the fourtn Friday nlKht of each month. Blue Lodge mecto Thursday night on or be- fore full moon. *. or P., MILAM L0DC1B NO. 188. Meets evefy Monday niglit. lien Strum, C. C. 0. P. Beaty, li. or 11 & S I. O 0. K. GAM KHUN KPC AMrMKNT NO. 88. Meeta and and 4th Momluy night In eaeli month, l'atriaichs visiting city sre Invited. Cameron Lodge No. 50.-Meets every Thurs- day uight. Brothers visiting city are invited. MODERN OH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 23 August 1906

M n M IERALD. EVENSON. and Proprietor ♦very thursdav at MILAM COUNTY, TEXAS. CAMERON ■Ascription $1.00 per Year. ft Entered at the potttofllue at Cameron a Hecoml claaa mall matter. TRAIN SCHEDULE. S fl. & fl. P- SOUTH HOUND NOUlIf BOUND No 48—8:10 A M No 41--H S3 1* M No 48—8:1101* M arrive* L« v«h No 47—7 00 A M No47 and 48 are mixed, running from Cam- eron to Waco G. G. & $. F. ; south bound 2:20 P M 8:05 AM 8:10 A la NOHTII II ll'NU 2: 201' M 2:05 A M 2:5.1 A M Maysfield Telephone Co. Otmeron to Mayifleld. direct, 2Ac Oameron to Brancbrilfe via Maynll«ld direct 2.'ic: OtmerontoJoneiPralrle" '' " 2fm Oameron toBalleyvllle " " " 25c No extra obarge for time, tinleia over ten «lnntei. We have no party line. Servloo la direct to •*«h of above points. Prompt attention given to every call, WLen placing your calla, pluaae ronte a« above indi- aated, and avoid oonfaalon and unneoeiiary de- lay. Bailey and Culberson at Dall as. Senator Bailey's ovation in the Democratic)tState Co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 23 August 1906

Personals, f ball Saturday Sep* 9-2L Park 9-2t. in when for 9-2t. your Miss Lorena Ruby visited in Mi lano this week. Germania Park tember 1st. Miss Florine Sampson is in Tyler 011 a visit jthis week. A grand ball at Germania September 1st. E. D. Philips of Dallas was town Tuesday. One more jumping baby sale at Ruby's. Two gold watches free to the most popular young ladies. Attend the grand ball at Germania Park September 1st. C Henry Rubv chair needs repair. P. D. Sevrer is behind the counter at Cheeves. Sam White of Valley Mills visited relatives here last week. The public school of the city opens Monday, September 3rd. Saturday September 1st will be a ball at Germania Park. 9-2t. Mrs. J. W. Sims returned from a visit to her home Monday. Mrs. Baker a sister of Dr. Cass at- tended his funeral Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Woodson re- turned Sunday from Bryan. The doctors report a great deal of sickness of the malarial type. Wanted to buy one pair second hand made license.—Ruby. Grand...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 23 August 1906

I k" List of Lands and Lots Delinquent on March 31st,Ol905,|[for the Taxes of 1904, in County. Reported Under the Provisions of Section |10, Chapter 103, Laws of 1897. Iks State ot Texas i County of Milam, j V I, Arthur W. Taber, Tax Collector of said County, do hereby oertify that the with- in lands and town lots assessed as unknown property on the Tax Rolls of said County for the year 1904, are delinquent for the taxes of 1904, and that I am entitled to oredifc for the taxea as shown th6re0n' ARTHUR W. TABER. Tax Colleotor. Sworn to and teubaoribed before methia 18th dny of April 1906. JEFF T. KEMP, County Clerk, Mil«m County. NAMES Of OWNfR UNKNOWN AB T. >0. R. \y : 4 Vi, V. • M •4' at. i... *... 97 :oi 103 105 107 108 111 - 112 119 128 125 127 131 ida 133 134 135 137 [189 •' 141! 143 146 il50 Jl5g 155^ J ^ •*>' M, m 164 172 176 181 183 80T" \ iT^-snrKr^ksv 5 y i 1 ti: m ?.'f v. , $ • •• • M ■V' $ i;:' I ! V J k • • * • • • \ m <} t .?K%' jjfcC • 2:> «•« ill 287 239 2...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 23 August 1906

I ■ I I IP O IOC [Ol [OE XOX [OE Call and see us. [OE Phone 95 and 164. I o o o D THE CAMERON GROCERY CO. "" v' •/. r' " ''r'Tv^iv. , ■ We offer to the Public the* most complete line of groceries in town and cordially invite every one to compare the quality and prices of our goods with any other grocery store in town. Our flour can not be excelled and we guarantee every sack. American Beauty is our fancy patent and there is none better. Empress is a high patent, the best on earth. Fresh Swift Premium Hams and Breakfast Bacons received every Thursday. Coffees, Teas and Spices To suit the most exacting tables. Security coffee is a blend of the finest Moca and Java coffees. Hippodrome is the King of dollar bucket coffee. Palmetto and Fweunion in 1 pound pakages. Ladies' Club and Crown Teas in '4 and >2 pound packages. Notice To The Farmers. We will pay you the highest market price for your produce. While we enjoy the majority of the town trade we want your trade also and in order to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 23 August 1906

Did You Know •} * that Summer Goods are going out and New Fall Goods are coming in at Cheeves Bros. big Store. Some of the summer stocks are already a thing of the past, and in their places New Fall Merchandise is " looming up" to fill the shelves made vacant by a big Spring and Summer trade. Every article of a summer nature is marked down to where the profit is yours. All new goods are bought with the Spot Cash, ana with an eye single to high standards of quality. The prices are so moderate you cannot help but buy if you see the goods. New Shirts for Men New line Drummers Sample shirts soft finished, in cotton and pongee, cuffs and collars attached. New line neglige shirts, each 50c New line neglige shirts, each 75c New line neglige shirts, each $1.00 New THings for Ladies New line back combs New line side combs New line beaded Elastic belts New line plaid belts New Dress Goods For late summer and early fall. New shadow checked gray suiting, j 10 to 25c a.yd. New line all wool nove...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 30 January 1913

im fa*-'- nMMiMil'tNi' 0 £? I1 w ft ft o I © *•<* - o & 0 ■n« i ■ \mmvmmmmmistt3 v ,vv..,v'V KIM® Oo Your Business with the Citizens National Bank. the Cameron I • il\ T' i' Mull 1 W H r9<" * «•<♦• i V44 Uw. ♦ University Sutton >■ y Official Organ Milam County Farmers Union I -x Volume 34. CAMERON, TEXAS* THURSDAY. JANUARY 30, 1913. Number 1 39 ^ i Strong Conservative OROANIZCD 1889 I The Bank For AU the People All the Time National Bank, of Cameron Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK IN MILAM COUNTY Liberal FROM PRESIDENT E. A. DOSS President of Milam County Union Throws Some Hot Dope Into the Boys and Exhorts Them to Organize for Protection. To The Cameron Herald: As the Miiam County Union now has an official newspaper, and as I have just returned from one of the grandest state meetings ever pulled off in Texas or any other State, 1 feel like saying a few words to our membership, and also to our brother farmers who are not members of the Farmers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 30 January 1913

'<• ; ■ I m \ I I I i.S<< QUARTERLY REPORT Of D. L. Wilson* Treasurer of the City of Cameron, Texas* for the Quarter Ending Dec. 31* A. D. 1912. PUBLIC SCHOOL BUILDING SINKING FUND DtSBUKSEMSNTS None Dec. 31, 1912 Balance $2,111 receipts Sept 30, 1912 Balance <2,030 78 16 O. D. Adams, T. C 2 90 — " " M 1 36 " 76 12 $2,111 16 <2.111 16 Dec. 31, 1912 Balance <2,111 16 WATER WORKS SINKING FUND DISBURSEMENTS Express coupons < 25 Dec. 31,1912 Balance 3,246 29 receipts Sept 30, 1912 Balance <3,138 83 O. D. Adams, T. C. 1 05 " 49 " 27 67 M 78 50 <3,246 54 $3,246 54 Dec. 31, 1912 Balance <3,246 29 GENERAL FUND disbursements Sept. 30,1912 Overdraft. <3,012 97 Cemetery Ass'n 50 00 D. L. Wilson 25 00 Sept. Int 22 27 Night Watchman 15 00 Tom Parker 25 00 " " Marshal 50 00 Green Gamble 50 00 W. W. Greer 25 00 Auto Sales Co 85 Cavitt & Weems 46 75 Frank Porter 75 00 Tyson Freeman H. Co 12 80 J. T. Westmoreland 16 45 M. Dickenson 5 00 A. F. Mees . 8 75 E. Inman...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 30 January 1913

T^PI t What's your time worth? Your time's your biggest asset. Time is money, and we're going to ask you to spend a little time investigating Peerless Roofing to save a lot of money. Will you do it? (gte@iH)®gig 111 fltoofflln! costs less in the first place than ordinary shingles. You can lay it yourself. Nails and cement and directions are included free with every roll. And once you've got that Peerless roof on your building, all expense ctasts. No more repair bills. No more worries. That Peerless roof will be sound and good when you're ready to replace the building it covers. Don't those facts make it worth spending a little time time on Peerless Prepared Roofing? Come In and see us. We'll put our time against yours. Drop 'rounci today. Ml^^M COUNTY LUMBER COMPAQ * Cameron, Texas « J. S. RICE'S CAFE We Cater to the Best of Taste. Our Kitchen is Open to Inspection. We serve SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY Rembember I am at Bud's Place ROADWAY BAR There Is No Love Story IN A BANK BOOK but ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 30 January 1913

I j V \ u i ' fl i I fi t. V' : { I I I U" THE HERALD L«f. i UNION. M. mi rm. Ittacd cucrjr Tkorvatt it Ctmtmm. HMm Cccsnr. Ttus. Subscription $1.00 per Year. taurti pott «<bu u as ucom£ eita ma! Texas General Court House Mentioii SOCIETY fcrsoflfl* i Mention iCLASSI FICD ADS That was a noble sentiment that prompted Mrs. Lcagfliwt, widow of General Loogstreet. to offer to raise the amount of the shortage of Gen. Sickles, who. as chairman of the monument association of New York, was abort in his acc-unts, and for which be is being prose- cuted by the authorities of that state. Mrs. Longstreet telegraph- ed the oid veteran that she would raise the amount of bis shortage from old confederate soldiers, if he wood permit ber. and was giv- es time to do so. General Sickles has been rewarded bv the federal government for bravery, and was one of the most patriotic soldiers of the northern army. Besides giving the best of his life for the Union, be has spent a fortune in raising and equip...

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