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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 15 August 1865

'I V ímWimjE^X. -.'".'-lü í- mm IK.W : ™ 1 ■■llSr M UW T T 7UUDÍT 1V«H! 0, , BY J033CKT HOX.I^2>nD & do. 1 i .... ,1'a j , ■; 2 TÉ tt W 91 ■ RTÜprt =5Sjtó 80BS0RIPTWlí.-,j« 00 p« annum, payable fa •ilTanoe. Half-j early or quarterly at the him i m • i «kecútive versal tsntion to Hrl3 nao* J. '#«5, ™. of the friends of uni- «*■ are loyal, without.«Itetin ,r.<SM7(ol)ollion hw o stltutlon and oivil and rendered neooeesary (he who of origin. iwitiAb Con- of Louisiana, creation Qf a pSHBB fill - ;vif8? T-'r _ " I HI 11 1 "confident predictions of «vü (hat matt ^.anon-complianco with your demfads, Political prophesying, however, has ions since ceased to alarm mankind. I reooUecl political prophooies made by the OÍliief sign ere of tola address, w}tbta the past twent' «MM, whish have been so felsifiodby event that the aprebenat ^their present ones might otherwise inspire are blunted or db- sipaied completely. Both ia the Nativo American and Know-Nothing eras their vaticinations w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 15 August 1865

mm i with this, office I M ' Hule, we :vu! M mmM MM . TA*. ~ iinai , a •t7 Oathflforsaleat Oils i thousand. -«'! 1 p.'t'.""¡'¡J-11-. jij to examino Into, tion of r!F t réttyí*w |w • 18 of the many outrage committed i frontier, by Indian ; ¡ve hands of white being reported to ; pretty welt ÜU our uolumhs— - are booming alarmingly fre- ill for the utmost vigilance of | Ú W* hope soma system of r protection will soon be adopted and I into execution, that willjgtye security n fact to the suffering qtózéna ¿Í that part General Orders Nos, 1, 2, 8,4 and m this military post, clo^o allplaces of •lliplt tí iimmbwí p(¡ i payment oflfty dol- Ibít the salo of spirltu- nién of the ü. H. array „ ¡$ M.< «a, (except for fine liquor )—prohibit «1! person ml in the military service, or who have noti obtained permits from the PrOvost Marshal, from carrying fire-arms or .other weapon#;' ^illppqtW'It|Ufe WVA; M ' - . «séiVe and talte fcharge of i of the Empire, of Europe which in pinning blip the dl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 15 August 1865

flS i..-. '-r'l.i7"" Í!fl! 8Bg..r.-.K. • Gilbert & Co. are Aguata for the Gazette At Galveston, and Wo. P. Doran (SUiu ) at the pity of Houiton. ^|S t&- See advctisement of Austin Col- legiate Female Institute. Mr. Sn^ith has an enviable reputation as a teacher. Hi assis- tant are thorough in their the Institute offers all the tarnishing a complete female education. '&.$• 1*' iM'Nití.■l '1 Jru'iii" ¿m'íí 11 ^ tW 8ws néw advertisement of Ruther ford & Rector. Their assortment of stnok ing tobacco Is large, and we can, hating tried It, recommend It to onr smoking friends, — fig* Messrs- pi«s i Henriokfi have a variety of articles op exhibition. Give them a call at the Harrall brick :tore, Pecan St. .^jlíbey, «idvertlae -W day the keeping Register. This will offer additional facilities LATEST TOW. OAV'8 MA1J..] ffRftf C.,' Jul* 20.—Major .Geo. Rugef, commanding the Department of North Carolina, by un order dated the 31st, has suspended the publication of the Daily disio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 15 August 1865

«tf$$ ' wsk''' • .■■ ■ / ■/ ■ ' (.- ■ ■ ■■. " > i'Áñ %J$X . , -';...V. ;■ ■'• V'' :'>\-AWfcV, ■ ■ -.■ 30.A,' - ;w; 1%; ■•■■;;:,■• í'wíli# !•' • , •' ' ■ *. i-'' ! ílil fpjste ÍÉ ■ ■H ,eis now too s rice of the government < struck down by the m this State, which is «till suffrage and the a 111 '■¡.,-3:1 tiiiiPs " ile tin my Down Wé ftielno beH the oldest, the most unffli tent Union men in Vii in oat oordially whloh is. denounced which is longing to dl htonaonyof faction which is «w st«te jMm adventurers, who have local interest, |S| tachment for ■■¡■■P Ail friends of law and order, many wander t!i« thoro yawn a wara! t home returning, " nthought; : i Dr e, alaal V --W,; WWt W- M feSBÍi 8S*É(M«j„ VS j «omliMlíoí, «m tete Ax* bubble en tha «de. >. ' > i ¡ . .fiSBSW'iife And the «hadowa of the vanished Gather o'er my spirit atlll. tífeski; ala In Vítf liUn. Wo are afflicted io this State with a v< radical and exceedingly venomous fectl which is as spiteful and tenaciou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 22 August 1865

||i11)iaJii||tf(-|,|||"|Mt||[t i ,-tv jflQt ri*\* Mhwtív . %:,< i u nnr?v ¿0 & •t =5=^: MS XAS, TUESDAY sSt.y. 'f'1 ... ii Ik B J| Ik I A ' ■ , : ! V ■ 5 toú #a?eíte, ■D ivxBT vbssmt avsmie, J j-'oisn |étox.lajtd : qq, s!S«^£4^« Í * I 1 QóvíaifonwsET, IPI mmM orsonra c*Box.or*. uot^fe^rtlng. «yernor mm& IÉ¡pL . ¿li MW.-4mr.nn MiMtiM wneeUng 1 Oree^lle, in that Tm«. Ohmiwak; f Ttte. public meeting of the citizens Of Greenville, a one of deep humiliation and sorrow. A. «ruel and bloody war has swept over the Southern States. Máí^#|p ~ ■ Tbo land is fitted with 1 a# HI weepine for some loved one lost. Three thousand ririjlions of dollars havé been spent by the Soiitjiero States in carrying on this war. Andt now we ate called upon to give up four millions óf claves, worth two tbou- sand mUUons of «pilars more. Our country has been nwagedand desolated. Our cities, towns and villages are smouldering ruins. Conquering armies Occupy the country. The Confederacy lias failen, and w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 22 August 1865

'"''L MM! And the men who do . PI sat eon- t will advertido lib- ®R: convei V ¿ti:-' IÍ ' | baBlafoftaa. % be they mal men, or of success. A oorol- will induce the «lection i, henee, the will be given to that which offer* facilities for making; their bttBi- A public journal having a say five hundred subscribers, wlH hardly therefore be selected as an d- ' by the business man, in to one having quadruple, treble, ible the number. These propo- any reflecting mind, iy, Ule evident that as much to the in the newspaper of two thousand, U ta to advertise in the one having a olrcula- tioo of only five hundred; and irhdn it is considered that the cost is the same In the one ease as the other the advantage of the largest circulation oaa be readily apprecia- ted. . Our substantial business men, are beginning to practically illustrate these prin- ciples, even this early after the close oí the war. The free and liberal use of printers ink applied h the right direction, is the great lever of succ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 22 August 1865

am >tm Jfarte émtti. « | v. >. '■ ;•-X"r' ^ ;U ■ :.® m \ m :J i 1 mi H I i I |y The following ¡o from the San Anto- nio News. Ve hope that the Editor of tho Time* will answer fully tho request of Gen. Merrltt From our own knowledge, we know thft In every caso of grievance by the cltizen, from bad conducton.the part of the soldiery,, ample abends have been made, and just punishment awarded the guilty pareen; '.'"T 4§í' -k In ok. Jwt issue was copied from the Henderson Times an article reflecting on the conduct of the U. 8. troops in passing through thocountry from Shrweport. "Tft hivebeen called upon by an .officer " Merritt'a staff, who says that uo com- 9nb*ge or trespass by ,men of that i had been made to the General and _jt no ill-oonduet towards the inhabitants ww believed to have been committed. We appemU copy of a letter from Gen. Merrltt's Adjutant General to tho editor of the henderson Thnes which renders it un- necessary for us to say more than that we clipped *he -ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 22 August 1865

i'WpfJ:/ Wash- intry old Capi risonera coaftBcd in trouble, thum silly- mo shattered, éooñ'.cattered was poor «asstosr swnsu mo tha# « bl I w«Ml my wot to it coldly that he weo PWtdH M tottjwrerds ét mIÜHH . The Treasury his Bultteient fit all iie indebtedness to t,he army. « ! in ■ Herald's Richmond oorrenpondeat e action of the officer's of the Freed- men's Bureau here under instructions from the Chief of the Bureau, Washington, pro- duces great duaatiefaoiion among the flret famjHes of Virginia, who catiuot appreciate tibe great change in the labor Byutetn of the State. Humbert agreeing to paya ressona- ble compensation, after the fall Of Rich- mond, have been repudiated, and after the crop has been made they have been driven away, and told "you are ttoW free, and take caro of yourselves," The officers ot Bureau Interfere and see that equity: pre- , The city Is unusually quiet i He Herald's ! Charleston correspondent says the rebel sheriff of Charleston had de- maufled She surren...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 29 August 1865

¡S tate % #? <JVj>W¿ wv* Mtiir-nlV iff iriji'iii r * J-A-Hl 3r nw® v'j.jaiw ■aif ^—! nmut avara * . •, aswv,, Tima, i «a v; < u t «" 31?®™ ffisnK "r¿auA«s a\v¿uf~ Ai ■h!'"-;."• Auatrla,.,|^niM^i, íiaytwit* and- Saxoyy, at iq/V ,KW**il'f¡4 .':•>.I. 1 ( 'v til. ■;SJ IY FR11MY & SAIL. r.viya* * X ¡«i u |HK I . !' 4t-h. Oottoa has d*ell*ed b«ft>* Sales of the week iW,000 bala . ittiiLw.'. /• .■•■■ "v^f.Vpáfirai „nk of England lad- i advanced the ratee of interest to i per c<rat. The second break in thai Atlantic cabio liad been repaired* and twelve hundred miles altogether MÍMm 2ud, when insulation again ceased, The- h of water at the time was and a half. ' Iru% nc* bn the cat vanned by double previous rate had declined heavily. •< The choler* had appeared at' Valctófo, Spain, and át Gibraltar Five twenties were quoted at 68.- Qov. Holden had fesued a prelatnatton relative t« the «fprooehing convention. The receipts of cotton at Hainan* were decreasing, Looisvil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 29 August 1865

tSflB iPWlPHI t4}lW^ - ,,Av $' ,'?ti ¡dby) Í; «di tetvfwf ,- ai ¿ tev Q^pí"' Mtf i among i Tolutno l 15. Ñapee and with teÁroné ■4ty: >ñ LI tíjái > overyjoked, o, even bj our lead- " " Uw d , npet; «Hy of ys and; girls, from «ixto S* ííSJ'-pf/i sJjí'V®;:'?: 't ~ t -' &• •J • Irom New say cotton u worth, middling, *2 cents. Spo-' ¡a quotarl U2 to UT+; I '" < "''« -• 1 pid ra.te, sfnee fchp iréM communication si® JEtffifiElií'Sii «"ir luraú, in roktipt, to " 8." in ic4 prevailing to, foarful Egypt, and is travel- rate.: : ■ ■ ■ KjiMH Ig claim alone, in Cariboo, I M t'Wií m U'.-f'í- .'lííSKa; ti.il '*■("*' 1 .¿htfH' ÍV-'P'' 'íK^Í^Ég MB inooraa . Who weuld'nt ?rritt po ■aáá^irat -«i - « > ■ng^'W^B that the WM-IlJi •zirv.WíiWM'Ef'S" i; .?! í¡ i# •fljftwh <í'i& ib w _lish oonaume 20,006,000 of beer onmiallv—about a battel rota article of úétut. Strcc it"U T" kWtf'p/; m g wro^«3§BI BftwlféifeáilWBI s sa¡d to re#ambl#ja nut, when •ItftTia filbert nails, hazel eyes, ch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 29 August 1865

It ^r—r^rrí-^" New, oan any nlon, treia in PIIPHVHMrM .. ■■■ or to the Southern States, generally, or any friend to the early restoration of the Union upon the basis of restored good feelings between the two sections, give the ul4"f0 slowly" in the oivil government to the leots that all these ques- tions, affecting the vital interest own section and also the harmony of the ¡logs ¿vico ork of reí terina olvil govei State, when he r?0eots that all these to the and reckless of the interests of the Union.— #¿1 Well, suppose we go fa#i. -what it to be accomplished by it ? Is it probable that t¥e authorities will be h|§)oned Into the work of re-orgauikatiori T' ## thinkhofc m imagine that-hé who counsels a pru- 'bourse, and prompt notion upon the f the people, U /My .standing ffl of tli* authorities, will prové the best friend to this State, ahd to the Southern States generally. We do:not thlnk.nor d8Í. e bstfievé that the people think, that patriotism i alone confined to tihsi/«*</<...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 29 August 1865

'| ¡iSill mm V ' • • t <•) ■gl A OO-TJB^RTOJR.,;. I í rrfJ '•tltoMWí tftUflíym a.It ■ ' : . bl Wf.tCDt^tn.otOjr, íúifAljove If an íthaí ;you out life. W rtátoil Stata tto* rmkh.^ v* ¡vo«f J<t' í>aüüfltiífcí Vmi l!i i!. al permission harl -it I net WTO, the h*rprovidéd<J<i talá JBroatuqa V-WHWW^n 1 i ¡ .JJ I 'Wilt, i ** . ¡iMim , a bey* are' playing soma old gama, !;, -.B. i> plajM wltb kotv*a, 'Hs than th *><Jiheteia; '-i*'1'. i • sweet-hearts, fcretiy glrt«, i 1 • p Years Ago. 7mr.-U i, -.- "i j j that bobble "neath tbe hill; | by the spreading beach, •• rl fo*í«!£Í| j e <xm batflaw o tell, _ fl'om hiw'wSjy IhScUiWgad "toce Twaaty Years ágo. | :a by the eprlng upon an aim, ae peeled the, Irnrk, ,<>U ^ tariy brokeu ties. raxSáirew those wo lovüd. ty Yaam Ago. ifflf iiii, aft of our old «lasa,. -.v a, ;■>, v> f> —„ - Jtaawffwew played. ,'íifí; ■•■J ttmm 1 it1 ifr iii M-; , ' mi—an ^¿WufK#'?JÍ á-llí'iiiil'; méft had been , Ark., to be |>a- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 5 September 1865

rasa ív jaMS/í! itx- '• ' FSiW m: mm m IB «M""-?.* («tsfegt jmW'J m-inm c.4 !) ¿tfw* { j ^ .W 0*1 «¿i ) " ■ mm ,n i . «neo Con ves, until we sha and suicidal strsi ifiw wjffl | I L BY JOHN ,Vf;i '■!." -5 dtgain «\Pjm : 1U.Í trtífi WP" kpt^-OuR* ¡•■wíííf .■«•- >Í ¿fK ffW rtil) íl , ,.f ¿ r' -0* WWIV 'I ,: 'V ftllotenOHitorii.—Tke undersign ^ -in <ji««teft8'0f X0uJ*hlrtl, .HBBpMttlálj >is\vifi permanent political pwty for the purpose the success óf which, lá Our MtohV opinión. Testa iti ti great degree, our national pros- perity,Ülie rights of our State Government, «wd ourgoaerpl prosperity and happiness fts *'m $p period frittC the formation of our Government have,questions of such grave, momentous and vital importance iprogi thsitouelvbs for solution ajs those with'whibh Though the great rebellion against the government of the United States ended In the witímph of the'authority of the United SM4TOIK Ufa*P. MNWfeflf* template. its (" itmm&ti. M JNL..—Jl out of the rebell...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 5 September 1865

iamade ¡iMLmtejí fonrpecü- oar future ao- • «otl : ■;:■■■ -w ■ "JH3 mw allowed." «TThe up I for sal at this kind executed style, at short |MfP! I a «tircnlar relative to Baylor Univeraitv, ■ Verbis Institution 9, in Washington i to be as bealtby^s lie number of students i was oii« hundred and study embrace Math- Letters ; the Latín, Greek, aad Hfcbrow languages- to deceased indigent sol- dates for the mfo. iliilllllfiwWi Hp HHi i is deservedly popular, and ile degree of patrón- mb 'orshey gives notice that he, Texas Military Instl General of it incompatible with ground that "ító milita- can be II _B«jf.4,the Provost still-abow the "Freedmen" to be somewhat in the ascendant, we noticc, •or, that the Ü. 8- soldiers are fró- barged with robbery, being drunk, vo reasived the first number of Register, published at Jef- , Texas. It Is published under the oes of the Cumberland Presbyterian by , also advei- vi W. Carey y, and Executors . i i- >'íi ;-vy y&i' .The Htato authorities are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 5 September 1865

B «?Mó , ■ mi j i IIP Bwte*- 1 :'W: 1 ® I :$% <4 ItXMh ==8® 3Sj¿í ili i! .intr-rrrfi fgffir . >mtt From Central AMsatCA,—On the 14th of Julvtl Go\ _ deliver Gen. Barrios up to the Govern- to conation and that iq a any trial for his conduct as President of the latter ooart he should be held free from tin sentence of d«th. A contract baine atonté to this effect, Gen. Barrios was placed on board ¿he Salvadorian Wlg-of-wár Erjieri- mento, and sent to La Ltbertad. The schooner Manuelito Planas, which took Gen. Barrios from Panama, and all the arma and amuolttoa found on t^oard have been confiscated by the Government of Nicaragua. *v-. ••••>•. On the night óf the ljth of July a shock- ing assassination was perpetrated in Leon, on the person of Don Enrique Palaclous, Minister from Guatemala ¡to Nicaragua, by the night. There is no cause assigned In the public journals for the assassination, W*suisciTo%4Lng. 18.—In amwer to tb* to an internal revenue offticoln to South Carolina, th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 5 September 1865

! people 3 last four; other th lAronft fMf '• ''fíJfííuli*... 1 .w.t. ®Pv; swSSP® -' ■ ÉÉ raeefcMW bore; ■* Sríf:^. < ofer#B wn bright UBiia, bad relied the whl And u It eternal choir, er'every lyre, rUi*8Mi r lgh « amortal twrb. ...^ ^.£^0 l y«t«m* blue— ivweetsnd moarnfO! thrill mmm &r- ^ -■ i.: ■ HI «§ •Siifil . in the Highland*, ban others, towards utohfflon" of "ye .. vereaccustomed to MM i of their children when She sky ad declare that a storm was 6 -they Could sce "der tup- summit of tho gra*d old m. This mountain, and well known to those in / causcd its name to be glvén the largest iron-clad war vessels State of Mew York. Two; .H. Webb Esq,,obtained* «hip. after some plans he, on we opened and Southern fa market fcuy their «til. inventions vc idea ation," wh elsewhere. ; which we Iron, the Philadelphia Préss,'deserves the attention qf our fármertr: < '' scientific gentlemen?**© witnessed at the pork packing establishment ofMr. Jacob Alburger in the southern part of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 12 September 1865

Éf®£ II'., f,¡ H The B*ui« ím «lrftfd. I On Sunday, the l«th of Al battle of th« war, on thi* side of The Confederate troop" consisted of the two regiments of the Georgia State line, Waddelrs Battery, some of the forces of Gens. Boford and Woffbrd, a small number of the Georgia reserves, the organised com- pañíes for local defence in thi# city, besWes A number of oitiaene of Columbus, and a f ew !£M??MSeaK •and men. The outer foriiüoations, that had been constructed for the defence oí the city, were abandoned, for the want of men to defend so long a line, and the troops were drawn into * li je of rifle pits, exten- ding from Dh IogersoU'# hill to the "upper bridge" over the Chattahoochee; this line embracing the Opelika railroad and the up- per bridges, and the two fortifications near the end of the trenches, la which butteries were placed* A considerable portion of the excavation and embankment forming this line of defence was thrown up on the morn- ing of the day of the battle. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 12 September 1865

i Sil , 7th, situation tcvprpflt aw aiwíí /áflíhttó, Jjpf ^w. t& isiít- $mSS> tt«; lúctlon «ale, tyíy'iS BBMfiptwit ■ wfco : wi' m ¡i outl giro thuia a '•• '•••• ■ 1 'lí:" "■' «¡b ,v >ví'.n-'i #>;<• - W-, .mM a of aWlwk^i,, lite* .typrt&raphlenl íMi'i* MnURwV' f war, tía atíeouat pf mkVMlMw ..Mm,-,. It «rü .WOife che samo thriving aspee Md 5Í <iid but 4'fów t important is. the. cotton factory of 8 ¡srs.' Tffnry 4s Bw,, wbtefc. will be in a! full «perattoa in1 a week or tea days. lids >e Comal Manufacturing, Company, and > of thé Messrs. Rungo jproeeeded at oWse to EuirOpc to proodre tht^fatfetiinery, which " • / %¡§M i n S i on • ««-'t 'VÜ been, put Bp ift the three upper storica of gentry's Mill, aftd ia now nearly ready Jo once runnflng. 'JEW madhiaery «m jdl the latest improvements in general ttse at Km tltMiílcíft KnglütMl. I oonsáíte ©í' SI yards per day of sfcojit domestic similar to those made fay the Uwronce Mitta. It will hlso run 1300 splndleS,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 12 September 1865

¿¿i ■¡I flf Fbamk Marmitou «.«utbodred to receivo and receipt for all dues to this office. It ia our Sincere UMei #Sdfe' 4e ?fLks, which h^VQ b^n left in "our hand* for set. a^íue'vwíar thátwnwsyitó W netf M ^M«i^able, thti stfl¿áifjgolFour pecu- nlirijr; afikirt, jsrepkratory t¡<* ottr "fótuire a*' tion) We hope-'«forupaírons wittoxtendto Mr. ÍÍAfnteWí; promptly, eVery fócHitr in Ihítr'ptWrer, ttt ahí of his dtítiM.' W-W''"1 • N' í'íi'í 'i'* ?t ¡ni-.'Hj' rtf¿f'<¡ jU*m: w Blank# pf all descript ions, gotten .up inÜM'bwt style, whnndandftarfwiff #t Ü4% offioe.. Job work of/every JvM executed to nrder, and iu the neatesV style,t¡*l sbprt.j starTOi 'at BOljce. 'fííT ,they had to enerare in common with Con- ^m'^>-tíOS!SáSr~~^ • • , t'edei^íar^dfcr^.wti * «biiacmdp 'Eusssüstss&sszí period of .tfe war haviajfjicuabled himeto , HPS|M , luy was tu the crops and destroy tho theaws 'M * Tna*>niiii«>>|i|>il law &US3KE£., Sift** < Mte«y,.to' Col. Charle ^Morete,,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 12 September 1865

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