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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 29 April 1854

ü mm Sü ■ #! • • i • it w m Monroe & Brother, "AVE just received ^ lorgo and completo > stock of the following artices .whjch they jr for salo on the most fuvorablo termsi Fancy black and (¡olid colored Prints, Block fancy and solid colored Ginghaius, ras, I.uwns, Ribbons,, haces, Capes, Collars,- ndersleeves, Grass Skirts, Marsales Quilts, Furniture Checks, Bleach and Brown Domestics, Cottonades, lickings and Osnuburgi. CLOTHING. Cloth frock and dress Coats, Alpaca, Cashmerett, Tweed, Gambroon, Linen, «Grass, Gingham, French Marino, Chocked Linen and Cottonade Coats, Black and fancy Cassimere, Alpaca, French Marino, Tweed, Brown Drill, White Linen, Gambroon and fe'ottonadc Pants, Bleached and Brown Cotton Drawers, Marjno, Cotton and Silk Under Shirts, Irish Linen, Linen Bosom, Calico, Checked and Hickory Shirts. CARPENTERS' TOOLS- Jointer, Fore, Jack, Smoothing, Bead, Bevel, Fellester, Match, Sash and Plow Planes, Bench Screws; Spirit Levols, Spear and Jackson's Ripping and ...

Publication Title: Gonzales Inquirer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 29 April 1854

Religious Appointments. Rev. J. H. Stribling, of the Baptist denomination, pre when iu thin place on the first Sabbath of urerji month. lie/. A. II. Walker, of the Cumberland Presbyte- rians, on the second Sabbath of every month. Rev. Daniel Carl, of tho M. E. Church, on (ho third Sabbath of every month. Rev. John McOrae, of the Old School Presbyte- rians, on the fourth Sabbfth of every month. Rev. Dr. Ponton, Cnmpbelliuj, on every fifth Sab- bath. UoHxaUüi Division, No. 3d), Sons of Temperanoe. fects every Tuesday «veiling in tiie Division room in the upper story of the Court House. Officers for the Quarter beginning Jan. 3d, 1854. James Ramsey T. Jolm Carter ,C. Tho . F. Ramsey. .A. Thomas Shepherd. .1, S. Win. Robinson... O. S. ... .Chaplain. CHEAP FOR CASH. Pennel A HLovett, UKAl.KIiS IN Groceries and Provisions, IJavo moved from the old corner to their new «toro, first door west of the Star Hotel, where they will keep on hand and tor sale a general assort meiit of Staple and Fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 6 May 1854

PpM i WWmfW wÉifliiÉiiÜ mm >d . j#w 0ét?A% ,.w .« ■"! n « SMITH & DAR3T. Proprietor . OMS w> AM- rAKTUB—COOTBOjW* BT HQS*. ——■~w— VOLUME GONZALES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 6,1864, m GONZALES INQUIRER IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATIÍUDAT BY S3IITH <V I>AltST, , $8 00 ptr Annum, pity able in Advance. ñ TE'kMS FOR AI) VERTIH1XU. One square, (ten lines or less) lirst insertion. ,fl 0Q . For each subsequent insertion 60 . A liberal deduction will bo mndo from the above ffflKtec, to those who advertise by the year, All political addressed will be charged as regular ri advertisements. AiivcrtiAneuts not nmrked with the number of Insertions will be published till forbid and charged accordingly. All letters of a business character Must be post paid, to insurg attention. Every communication for publication must be accompanied by the writer's proper name. No communication or advertisement of an abu «¡ve character will bo published on any termi. For announcing candidates' names for any offi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 6 May 1854

< R- I f Mr- I ;p'- f v.. m ;§ ffl, I ft v* I ■I I ft I I I «■ die (Sondea £iu)tt(rrr. Opr.* TO All. PARTM.4—CONTROLLED BÍ KOiUS.7 8. V. SMITH, Editor. «ONZACI5frTKX AH i tntiirday, • May 6, 185J. AUGUST ELECTION. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. «K Wo aro authorized to announce R. E. Tllliarns, of Clinton, DeWitt'Countv, a* a ran- fin- tlic •• !<* of DISTRICT ATTORNEY, for I tin loth Judicial District, at the ensuing Au- gust election. XW We uro authorized to state that Isaac H. Mitchell, Km., of Victoria, is desirous of being elected DISTRICT ATTORNEY, for the 10th Ju dicial District, componed of tho counties of Con ralea, lavaca, DeWitt, Jackson. Victoria and Cal- lionn. Election on tlie first Monday in August next. FOR SHERIFF. Vff~ We aro authorized to announce R; P. Wroe ns a cnndidiito for BIIKRIPF of CJonzale* Comity, ut the onauing August election. £3f Wo are authorized to announce X, iJargis at) it candidate for SHERIFF of. Gonzales county, at the ensuing Angust election. JST"...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 6 May 1854

I W* The following card will speak for it- l)f. It is due to Mr, Collins, as well as to the public generally, to state that it was drawn [up and signed without his solicitation or knowledge. The object tvhich it is designed accomplish is the eradication of all unfa- vorable impressions which may hare been I produced towards the Collins House by a lato | publication in the San Antonio Ledger, ▲ Card. Tho undersigned, lawyers attending the 1 Gonzales District Court and boarding at tho Collins House, in compliment to the said house : ' and tiie proprietor, state that the honse is well kept, airy and clean. Servants are sufficient- ly attentive to the wants of travelers, and the 'proprietor fbr his gentlemenly attention dur- ing our staywith him, merits our thanks.— The new brick Hotel put up by Mr. Collins is an ornament to the town and an agreeable iriace at which to stop, Mr. Collins has been avorably known to ug for a long time, and well deserves the public patronage, üWM. S. GLASS,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 6 May 1854

te' Eeligious Appointment* Iter. J. O. Sti ibling, of the liaptiMt denomination, p reaches in this jiluvv 011 the first Sabbath of ever; month. . , Rev. A. TI. Walker, of the Cumberland Precbjto- rises, on tlie íci&h<1 S'tW'olh of every month. Kcv. Daniel Curl, of the M. E. Church, on the third Sabbath of every month. } Rev. John Met,'rue, of the Old School Presbyte- rians', on the fourth ¡Sabbath of every month. Rev. Dr. l'onton, Campbellite, on every fifth Sab- bath. '*nr'£?ÍÍí- Cionzu.li;* IHviiiou, No. S«, 80113 of Temperance. Meets every Tuofday evening in the Division room in thu upper story of the Court House. Officer* for the Quarter beginning Jan. 8d, 18í>4. C. 0. DeWitt... ,W. P.*| .fames Ramsey T. ,. ,\V. A. John Carter C. .. .R. S. Thou. F. Ramsey. .A. C. .A. If. S. Thomas Shepherd.. I. S. P. H, Wm. Kobin.'on.. .0. B. John McC'rao Chaplain. C. 0. DeWitt. James Collier. 11. r. Fly Jos. Nations.. A. Jones.... CHEAP FOlt CASH. Fennel Sc Lovett, UKAUiKS IN Grocerie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 13 May 1854

At*'.',' . *"■ í SMITH & DARST-. • .Proprietors. VOLUME 1. GONZALES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, HAY 18,1854. GONZALES INQUIRER u rt.iir.iKHEn everv satürdat ir SMITH de DARST, At J;8 00 per Annum, payable in Advance. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. One «quart!, (leu linea or lesa) first insertion. .$1 00 Tor each «ubsequent insertion 50 A liberal deduction will be made from the above rate?, to those who advertise by the year. All political addresses will be charged as regular advertisements. ■ Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions will be published till forbid and charged accordingly. All letters of a business character m\ut be pott paid, to insure attention. Every communication for publication must be ' accompanied by the writer's proper name. No communication or advertisement of an abu- alve character will be published on any term . For announcing candidates' names for any office Ten Dollars. * er ■ ae following beautiful Poem, from the pen of Oliver Wendell Holmes, M. D., is a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 13 May 1854

J ¡ft ft T1 I It. i > •* ■ a, f I 1# i O / ■-VT / ^ ' J 1 U-L-BBg gfic (¡Sonetea ftiQtifretr. " opkn to ill 1'aktius—loktuolled by |onk." «OSZALEÍ, TEXAS: Saturday, may 13,1854. "august election. U 1 • FOR PISTRICT ATTORNEY. _ÜPT We are authorized to announce E. E. Williams, of C'lint.ou, DeWitt, (,'ountv, on a can- didate for tbe ofliee of DISTRICT ATTORNEY, for the 10th Judicial District, at the emitting Au- gust election. C3ÉT" Wo are authorized to state that Isaac N. Mitchell, Esq., of Victoria, Is desirous of being elected DISTRICT ATTORNEY, for the 10th Ju- dicial District, composed of the couuties of Gon- zales, Lavucu, DeWitt, Jackson, Victoria and Cal- houn. Election on the first Monday in August next. FOR SHERIFF. tif}~ Wo are authorized to announce B. F. Wroe a* a candidate for SHERIFF of Gonzales County, at the ensuing August election. vsr Wo ore authorized to announce W. K. Harris as a candidate for SHERIFF of Gonzales county, at the ensuing August election. _tar We ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 13 May 1854

K. M. DOWDEN, A TTORNEY AT LAW And G en eral A gent, LAVACA, TEXAfi. ' X8 joa. e. mkuoi.nbon willis i.. rohards Meggiunon &. Rolmrds, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY, ' CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS. 49 Postponed Sale. THE boy which I proposed to sell on Monday next, last week had measles, got up Friday last, and has relapsed aud is now not in a condi tion to be sold. So soon as well I will sell at pri vate sale; those who wish Jo purchnse a good field haud aud ox driver will do well to call an<l see him April 20, 1854—48:tf L. CLEVELAND. B. R. SMITH & CO., AUCTIONEERS AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS in Watches, Jewelry, Clocks, and FANCY GOODS, COMMERCE STREET, LAVACA. In the Store recently occupied by J. T. Benedict. Are now receiving u general assortment of the above goods, to which the attention of the public are respectfully solicited. Having had a long ex- perience in the above business in all its branches, and the advantages of an extensive acquaintance with N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 13 May 1854

• it- Religious Appointment . J Eat J. R. StribUng, of the Baptist dmiomirtatfon, preaches in this place on ths first Sabbath of every ■onth. •* > / Rev. A. H. WrJker, of th* Oamberiaod Prcebyto- rians, on ffitpecood Sabbath of erary mouth. itev. Daniel Carl, of the M. X. Church, on the third Sabbath of every month. Rev. John MrCrfc, of the Old Behoof JYesbyte- rians, on the fourth Sabbath of «very month. R*r. Dr. Ponton, Campbellite, on every fifth Sab- bath. " gonzales division, If®, it8, Bom *f Temperance. Mfeets every Tuesday evening in the Division room in the upper story of the Court House. Officer for the Quarter beginning April, 1864. John Grundy F. H. W. A. Wroe..A. R. S. W. J. Moore R. a W. II. Wyatt... W. A. J. M. Dodson... .W. P. 0. P. Wiilcfbrd.. .0. a Wru. Lang I. 8. John Fullf^f A. C. T. F. R:iin y. , ..G. Jamo* Rami' y.,....T. CHEAP FOR CASH. --3-i Fennel A Lot* dbalihs 1w m Groceries and Prof, /m-u r«4ativ« Have movod from the old oonu store, first door west of d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 11 August 1855

Sir. w mm ivm Tff, fH 'TÍ5p>iij5 i- ííí #.' VOLUME 3u íuirciicntrcnt journal, Brtootetr to Jietos, borate, ILtteratnre, Sírtrcntíon, £rmperaufr*l&jst;ículturet Sbcícncc, Jfcatrfccta, & ¥ ^yH^PIRH *= «* ■■•fc. [NUJ S. W. SMITH, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GONZALES* TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1855. *!l; fjkW THE FOUNTAIN IN THE DELL. OT MAItlON harland. There is a fountain in tho dell, And it "singeth evermore," As the laughing waters leap to light And tinkling crystals pour; All day to catch the sun's bright kiss The eager wavelets swell; And a wild and joyous thing of life Is the fountain in the dell, but when its God lias looked its last, And woods-grow chill and dark, And stars upon itn glassy breast •- Dart but a fleeting spark,— ' Thoro comes a ccnselcss, wailing sob From out the heaving well; And song and dance are hushod I ill mourn In the fountain of the dell. My heart is like that gladsome tount When thou, beloved, art nigh; To meet thy loving eye and smile, The billo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 11 August 1855

é - • ■ m - -fe" *ap ■jF* $m, «arotiHvlf «umiCrct. ALL PARTIKS OOXTttOkl.KO T MORI." :?v -.OUR TJCRHS— Subscription, $:< per tmmuu, If paid In advance, $S 60 If not paid within six months, or |4 if not the cud of (ho y oar. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ona square, (teu lines or lo s) first insertion; .$1 00 Fo* each subsequent inaortion SO •A libera) deduction wilt bo made from the above f atea, to those who advertise by tlie year. All política] addresses wlli be charged as regular 1 &,/• $R| ■¿m •$. ■*{* i ' 1« .. "its not marked with the number of «¿¿ST" ** í>ubU4,M!j UU forWd <U>d charged Ivory communication for publication must be accompanied by tlie writer's proper namq. No communiciition or advertisement of an abu •Ire character wiU be published on any Itrma. Jfor atmotmclng candidates' name* for any Tin Dollar . t WmH Hi i M ■ "" w ¡lip 0¡*m. Mm OONZALE8, TJKXAH •ntnrdnw... .Anguat 11,1H . DISSOlí'TIOS^foTIci? existing be- 'puW' The Election. The election Is overt Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 11 August 1855

h • f t v T •. - ' ■*' V mm KH 'iCl- „>« William Thomas. IS now receiving a large anil well selected stock of SPRING GOODS oonsistjng iu part of sta- ph and fimcy dry Goods. Gentlemen's furnishing Goods of every variety, • large and complete Slock of Boots and Shoes, Hate, Miases Flats and Bonnets, Hard ware and Cutlery. Ladies and Gentlemen are respectfully invited to call and examine our stock befóte purchasing else- where as we hope to 1mj able to please all who-may favor us with their patronage. Gonzalos, March 24, 18SS Strayed or Stolen. ON the 22d ult., a large American white mare mule, nrt mutis or brands, about 10 or 12 years old. A liberal reward will bo given for her delivery to me in Gonzales, or any information re- specting her whereabouts, will bo thankfully re- «eived. ' TUOS. SHEPHERD. July 14,'1855,-tf _____ A Bargain! Plantation for Sale!! BEING desirous of removing to the moun- tains, I .will sell at a bargain, my tract of Land oti which I now reside, eight mile...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 11 August 1855

Professional. H. I. PMrk«rf Attorney & Connselor at Law, Office north ald« Public Square, v«-S2 GONZALES—TEXAS. ■. . *lt. JOHN L. HARPER. Fly 4k Harper, Attorneys & Counselors at Law, (JONZA LES—TEXAS. , Office on tlio south tide of the Public Square, <\joiuliig Thomas' store. V2-83 Gro nz alea. GAYOSO HOUSE. (FORMERLY coll1vk house,) GONZALES, TEX A 8, Nicholson A Co., Proprietor*. Public patronage it solicited. 26 Gonzales. L. C. Tlioinhs, Watchmaker <fc Jeweler. W*. B. ST* W ART. . . , .aluellt n. mills Mltiwiirl A Mills, Attorneys & Counsellors at Law, GONZALES, TEXAS. Hat* associated themselves In the practico of Law. The buMlnoMH of the partnership will at all time* bo promptly attended to. O.dce on north Hide the Public Square. febi. W. llena Jone*. Attorney and Counselor at Law, 2-48-y GONZALES TEXAS. WHITE HOUSE. TIIR mxWsigned takes pleasure in announ cing to tlio public oeniuaJlj-, and the ti av- Billi «litif community especially, that he is now prupor- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 15 January 1859

Cftc ion jaleo Kiiquívcr. l íüLlSlIKU EVERY SATURDAY ií v s. w. SMITH, T> ¡ 'i O i AND rUOPIilETOR I"! JE OF SUBSCRIPTION, S1M1I.K COPIES, S3 ?«r ' > um, Invariably i it Advance. T.UBBlÑo BATÍS. \ ♦*u ■■.ju«'k •¿¿•«¿••••••e** **** * • $2o 00 Twomy V'|>. . ¿... i ¿. w.... ¿i.... ;$40 00 y «MU* Husbandry in Ttxas. NO. II CoKTt.AN Vri.i.Aor, New York, ) November 25, 1859. ) Editor of Galveston News—Dear Sir .—I • ■ d Mint the Gulf- margin of Texas i , t •• -.i ¡;< • -ral tliiiif, too low and wet for sheep. Yi 'i river bottom*, sml your "hog wal- Inn' fir a re ,«rill probably he found unhealthy; i' ft,-v .'■ is has already been declared by those who fi'ir-i tried tho experiment. On mnchof • I * :li\ l'4tid of Southern-Middle «lid South- Kistwn Tex #, tbe natural grasses—if we way ii ij -1 tbe descriptions of Olmstead and 'n'livr ! velers— are too coarse and rank for Vm i'p, n-id much better adapted to cattle and horre*. )v a'l travelers, however, present gen- «'?-i'■>, '....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 15 January 1859

? i I «ite OSoincxlr# ítufluírev- b<n¿4LEi, TEUt : .JailU try IS, 185!). Saturday,'-. Patent Owicr Sbkd.—'Tho following «ccds bar# bsen received from the Patent Olliee, nnd will be distribute 1 amjng the member* of the Qonzilea Agricultura! Society on sp- licalion—viz : 7 pipurí flat Brunswick cabbage, 8 " early French Oxheartcabbage, S " small deep red D#et, 8 " yellow globe Mingold \Vnrzel Turnip, 14 " . «inooth red Tomato, . 12 " One Nutmeg Melon,. 10 " Uald Barley, SI " Graham Tobacco, 80 " Cuba Tubicco, 4 " Hungarian prass, for forage. ear p. nvidenco permitting, Bov. Jas. 0. AVilson will prendí ¡u tho Methodist Church at 11 o'clock to-nioriow morning. vw We aro requested to «tale that a meet- ing of the B'"ird of Trun loos will be held in ilia Baptist Church on Tuesday next at 10 o'elock, A. M. Wo have again buen visited with ev- eral days of slow, steady rain. The ground is soaking, and farmers are In high spirit*. £3r* Within the past week our lowp hai made two narrow esc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 15 January 1859

i « w i ) wf ..c\ c. DEWITT. w. A «"■••¿•¿g- ^ j, dcWitt; WII.L ATTENT1 TO THE Buying and selling of Latid, buying, selling & hiring Negroes, ihc Collecting and A uction Business generally. J'AItl' ri.AIt ATTENTION ClIYKti TO Tnií Collecting of nil kinds of Claims. Etferwcn (then if required. ClTec on'tlio north side of the Public Square, occupied liy W 11 k Thou It Stewart. Jan 1 1>Í70. 1?. (ire gory, KBPTF.CTFVLI.Y ollera .Ins professional ser- / vices lo the íepulents In the vicinity of Fox & Kcmhle'a farm t ight miles from Gonzales. Jttll.,I,.¡1860 For Sale or Itent I will eltliersell oil the easiest of terms, or ni t for tin1 next, year, the dwelling house lately neupted by Mrs. 0. & Itrown, mid known us the -Weeks place. Apply at this ollice, or at Hnrwood k Lewis for particulars. W. IIARRAL .Tanusiy, 1, 1850 NEW GOODS. MONKOE & BROTHER, 'J. • Have .just received - * A COMPLETE STOCK OF • *WP[t V * «' -X and Winter Goods, And Cieiicral Assorted Fall For Hale...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 15 January 1859

* hi % I L /:vw. M ¡ 3 Professional. T. J. CI(tvclu«1, Attorney & Counselor at L\ GONZALES, TUX AS.' WILL bo found in T. M. Ilarwood's olllce Vorlh sidi> of Public l'litr.ii. v*| ^ Ueoi'K<: 1*. fi "luj) Attorney and Counselor at Law, And General Collector, Land Agent, *«• lMlUMILA, 1 IXJi*. WILL attend promptly to nil business entrusted to Iiíh cam ill the loth ./udicial Dlstiict, and Special attention git eu to llie gftttlou out ol land Claim* iiml rollrctiou <>f dibls in t'ulboun count)' -/nlv 10. 18Í.8 vO-2 Win. JI. fe Titos 11. s i KW AKt Attorneys and Counselors at Law G ONZA LES- TEX A S, XV ILL give their special attention to ull bun i T i nets confided to them. lOflieo ou the noilh side of the square, lit the w story of ilarwood k McKeax's brick build j 6 —11 — T. a. it-.ii. « ii. u. TLY WAUL & FLY. Attorneys at I^aw. • 6'ON/ALES, TEXAS. Will practice in the Second and Tenth Judi- cal District, mió In the Fedeiul uud Supreme Voui t at Austin mid Galveston...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 2 December 1864

VOL. 11.] GONZALES, ?EXAS, fTÉDAY, DEC. 2, 1864. WAR NEWS. ByTuesday'? Mail. • #'.fv f, V Monday's Telegraph contains Riphmond date* of the 6tb, aid Northern date* of the 12tb. ' , i Fftole opposed the President's recommend tioo to coosoriptand detail all cdüors sod em- ployees of ne sp*pers. The srray, be said, would be strengthened by not crippling the pros*. k s4--v4- * Mr. Chamber lln opposed the reaolntlona to employ negroes in the army. The bill lo reinforce the army conscripta all between the ages of 18 and 46, revokes all ex emption's snd detail*, tod authorises the Pre* ident to grsnt details. A resolution is offered reoelUngell ouf-Com* missioners to foreign ports, and another with* holdirg.ali aid. or,sympathy in the establish* ment of en Empiri in Mexico, Commissioner Onld baa proposed to Grant to buy clothing for Southern prisoners at the North, and pay with cotton, to he allowed to piss the Wilmiifgton blockade. .California has,gonefpr Lincoln by 20,000, Oregon by 2,00...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 2 December 1864

THE GONZALES -M-', ' TQUIRER. COWiACEH, rexAs, Dec* IW4 fW Passengers by the last Brownsville elsge report that tha Tankaaa at iba mouth of tba RldGrande, bad received 3,000 reinforce manta, and that a fight was azpaotad. We give tbW as S'romor only. fMTFrom what we can learn relativa to tba position of Htod'i and Sherman'* armies, aaob hat gotten into tho fear of tba other, and, lifca tha two enskea, are endeavoring to «wallow up each other "tail foremost." jQF*rhe Obarlottsvllle Chronicle, in spssk ing of tha worthleesnssa of Oonfadarata Notes •8 a currency,saya: * "All the note* in tha Confederacy should be burned—the government compensating the holders with cotton or bonds—that ia the rem edy for the Oonfederate finances." As to wbat the people would do for a cur. rotfoy, the Chronicle replies thus: "They would do as other nations have done already—they would simply exchange one commodity for another." The Chronicle admits that this would be Inconvenient; but tbat something ia b...

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