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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1870

r;'i " i*iT ' • rs^ \y- -r* fas* V-- j^lli IMWITI .TSVi-fiOfl ,';i jJ ^JWBfc:.'3jB 3B3tm- ? n W" ' « nirTTi7 ? ft ■ L%".:1|Li.T--£- VVi-rn nr( 7ffSept.*€.—The dor. ^mwisrtaWr •lo^iiual H v%auer Douglas, baa officially *< *• ted rhat the petxoffewithihwhich sptr- i*nal meters mus$ be.attachedand ad- justed for use in -distilleries ondei; the regulation of Jgpe9%b JB70, p^rit-n 5, Dumber 5, ia extended tosixry days from the 7th iriet., Madrid, Sept. 6 —.There is intense excitement over French -affairs* hue perfect order mnintained. Six- ban- dred Carliste have, been dcfoatjfd in Navarre, -.nd maty captured; among their- -iq armed priest;. t Another <t,id of. four.hundmh en- countered i: the province' of'Biscay attempting u> destroy the Bail road, were alro-routed. '' < >'HA The Unionists, attacking Prim mer- cilessly, say, only pablic service left hjm, fs his resignation. - f , It is rumored a conspiracy has been discovered, in whiich the adherents of Montpensier are im...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1870

§r ^ CHEW, Corresponding" Editor. A8ENT8 V. a. MtrTOK. TwVilin* A«nt. • x •<' «k« Tel«fr« fc- '' (nroa^|UOT.> j Or.lr i*>r year, W6; idr six months, « 84. 50. ^ , . 1 m-*toiuy. W 7***; "** 50 f<K u* 0 seats Houston, Septsmbar 8 •^r' ■ aani- ■■ • - ";1. 1870 ' JiHMY MftVeMfeNTS. - ?:« mei'i r*~~y« ; "While'the dirps/tchee from the seat •t ww attfbf so tonflictfrig|fcharacter ; /jfefc tise focaaon ot $ef respectiv, f mr m ies can not be accurately detenu- iat*l nor cab the results ot battles on tbe *ampaigtf btf ft^d', enough .jajc?s 4*4' iftam&b1et6ueBa1ite one to torn* pretty fair coneluiaifua.a Tbe retreat, of McMabon through the pass of Savtrne andaround the 4nn itibsses/ftf prussial^Vendtavor " 04* to. io tercep t i^,rffc*$sdi cqhh' eeotration of hisisbattered army wi'^ |k reserve attiady .fornrtd wt' the namp of T5ha!dria|^ &bb.;' trocbu ' • *i4npmie tfeferi^of battles witli 0CC®P^d fBfe «?IKi«g and Gen Swinmet*, the results V: vhicB a^m to have forced Bazain...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1870

CITY mm ITEMS Id the c««e^f Carter in the Criminal •Court, Wedor?day, the defendant was acquitted. ■*, j/pyi ■ ■ " „ ■ ■ The breatiyiujp^t <he North wind -continued j ^^rdny. - Old settlers %ay " sammer Nurthew" don't angar so well for.health sr.. to Uowi^rGeflAnl Hamil* no doubt,make Some howl Cool.—Wednesday night: was cool enough "to rendet light- blankets com- fortable, and check tbeatmies of moo* -qaitoes asaally besieging as. Cembtbkies.—Now would be a most excellent and appropriate time tor our newly appointed, city offlcia's te perfect 'he coudition of the differ* eat city cemeterias- i; * \ *. ^ Revived.—Oar ntigbor, the Times, after a guspensiou of some weeks, appeared again yesterday. The name of E. P. Claadon appears as proprie- tor/ ^.... • jaji - — cc. S The Galveston News boasts that it •ia 28 years old. Tba«~idnrnal is corn tainly over 21. Bat the Telegrahh can beat it in age if.nothiog^tee, hay-, ing been born somewhere about the year. 1834. «* *' -"s -K The Dian...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1870

Wm -i. . • -4... ?HE TELEGRAPH. W. G. WEBB, Proprietor. jmp anbocribera |io way of 4our iuuM will grestly u>fll r"T *7 lectin# u*know| prOmptybf kny Mlhre • netlTt their papers, as it will help us to find ont, aai eorreot the cause. Houston, September 8, 1870. Don't Paint. —Don't faint because It is telegraphed from New Orleans (hat there have been two or three ca- nate in New Orleans; and if they bad, it m not certain an epidemic will be the consequence. A case of true black vomit certainly not only oc- curred bat originated in the Crescent City daring the Yellow Fever season one year ago, yet there was no epi- V-;sl ^fc" £\>'\ iC&KfrJi ■ K Tbe^«fc*n JJelOTifl Noticing Mr. J^vans]fthe Speaker of the late House & 1^tesfentatfV<JB 'lit iaBtin says: "Mif* Evaaa brtongs to the aggressive '"it stubborn and aggressive." The stubborn and obstinate "aggressions" of )lc E?W*and his friends upon tbe Stote Trsiusttry MCttife* babkrupt the SW&it Oa tbe Railroad question ho...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1870

I ||H|p||ll|| III I l| .-* f fi:^ ,v.< «*<* teSRa in r iiiiiiHi Hi aw>-. "sssmsKi ifX- i .* " **' -sx-itr**«« * ;«!waaKt •..jjwmh..««l i ■ '* ■wjpjpffp^gbbembgwmwik iibiuiii trntrnmummmk^mbsasmataaaawp P. t f •^^s^rtw^iww t Houston Council Chambeb, ? September!. 1870. J,. j& PrnsentHi* -!&>oiy Th^s. H.'ican ' 1 d, Mayta^Adiw h&hu<*r arrtl«icb ard Brock, Aldermiite..l>*t. Ward; Ja- cob'Bt> z Alderman <?f%3id Ward; X W. McDonald and.Johnson Rice AF deroheD rff*4tfh'Wiitf; Tfeos. T H*** ley and^WlD. Hftte,-Aldermen uf'$b • Ward. $ jif* to b^ht E. H. Quick. E#q.£ Irt-esentei*'Mfc - ^apfi^iwMiieat aa«Aid«rnj ftiOf of HooptSb, from His Ex^eUency E J. Davie, Governor of 'TtiiM,' hta'qaafi- fi cations b vlfi"g b'^etT dftly attested and returned to the Dqparfcnjenl of State, all of which w«e read .and te * ceived, w herebpofi "tie took his Beat aa Alderman of the Second Ward in the place of E. Pillot, Esq * held ■ over : , .. ... : V • Minutes of 25th Aogn...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1870

r —— WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Houston Sept mbar 8, 1870 ■flM Ttiu Steer—Hit Dia- pMltin uri Pecallaritfeai The Texan Steer is a creature not noted for bis docility. We have in- ' terviewed him from the umbrageous breaches pf a high tree to which be parsaed as, and can therefore speak credibly in regard to his disposition a"od characteristics. He may be con- sidered a fit companion for a hungry stomach when served np hot in proper quantities 4>n a plate, but taken coU lectively his presence, in conne ction with a promenade tir a business walk, is not desirable. We stiould inter * from alf the information we have been euubi«rd to obtain,.that he is a native, of Texas—i territory long famed for the breeding of ^1 manner of ensaed nees. He may be considered a moral hrato. for bis tendencies are extremely Hp i^' a philanthropist, has caused nw&y ao haj ble>clti- 'ttf take a tfefry sudden tlffe In the world. The* e~ "may W counted his go>«d points, if hehus any. On the other haud be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1870

■the radicaljDemocrats are like poor Triy and will certainly receive his reward. ■ ; :— We are ready astonished at the fact that the radical Democrats'do not re- bake the Radicals tor the words, sen* timents and pages of encouragement to persevere, they are constantly pouring forth. What on earth does it mean that this radical Democrats take it eo kindly! The Chops.—We hear that. the counties on the lower Brazos, in com*' moo with other sections, have suffer- ed heavily from the ravages of the boll worm. The very late cotton will yield but little, the very forward has been injured a lull third if not more. The yield will ran from 300 to 1200 pounds to the acre, or- may average 700 to 800 pounds. The corn crop is a short one owing U> the long dry spell in the summer. Picking is now fine, and all Bands seem bent on sav- ing, before the threatening galea sweep the fields, all they can of the fleece-staple. rV<; , \- We look with much interest to the local columns of our country c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1870

gi*v 9l the* ison , Proprietor W.G.* mmmmm Subscribers to ur of |our issues will greatly jiMlfcn — by letting us knowl promptly of any &ilure oceoetre their papers, u it will help us to fijidont, aatoorract the mum. /... Houston, September 22870' —radical Democrat* ic persistency* ■ r _— The best meD in the State are join, ing-the Repohlican party every day- We get news of astonishing acces- sions constantly,—Houston <Union. N6#, neighbor, your are really blind, the fact that your party iB wakening every day, bat. to the fdct that y oar game is too w£U known for tiw people to believe your bfagge. ' Please give as t&ie name of a single one ^cf^rhe best men in the State," who, lias joined your party within then last six months, and then give: as fine name of the "best men" who has eve* joined it in Texas. * m «' m «i * . A most iatferesting pamphlet bead- tifaUy .printed and wcH'arranged, was laid on oar table,, y esterday, by James v JF jtamble* I*aq. ill is the official,r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1870

- ...iuzasf'sau,*- .or1 ,-;-gjpBJ$4?W: .- LIFE INSIUUNCECOlPilT Of Memphis. Tenn. Divideud Julr 1, 1870, 40 Per Coil, ASSBTS 8856 AJDEFIN1TB CASH SURRgNDKRVALUB GUAR.AWTI1B3D. fnall Policies lapsing for noc-paiment nlTimal nms, which amount will be at the option at SM Policy-holder, to be paid in Cash on surrender of tfc* Policy, or loaned him aV6 per latereat, to nt hfe future premiums, thereby Continuing His Policy in Fore* the fall amount With sufficient tm EBTIRE SECURITY o Life Company offers superior advantage* to tto "CAKbtfKA." ' t:'"' JH.lL ITS PROFIT* ARE DIVIDED AMONG ITS POLICY-HOLDERS TELEGRAPHIC. Associated Pfess Dispatches. • HI T NIGHT DISPATCHES. London, Sept- 17.—The news from Paris is meagre and contradictory. The nsaal lines are interrupted North* em Railroad from Orleans to Paris are cut about eight miles south of P^ris,wherd the Germans had planted a battery, heavy firing was heard in that direction. No details, heavy fighting at JRis, another small town on the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1870

3£i TELEGRAPH. 7! i W.«. WEBB, Proprietor. tfg- Bmbscrtbers to any of joar tssues will erectly ofeUc* na by lectins us know) promptly of any failure a r«eefre their vipers, ii it will help un to Bad out, •ad comet the cause. •• \ . Houston, September 22,1870 « V |-v- ABTVtLD*SCI!««: ^Whenever the Radical Parasite of this ciby gets badly worsted in a con' troversy, aod happens to know that It adversary does hot belong to the bating dass, 4t at once Offers a beh A few days ago it pretended to expose the circulation-.of the Telegraph, and when we replied and pot specific questions to it, as to the circulation of each of its issues and even specified it at twenty quires for its daily, eigh- teen for its weekly, and eleven for its tri weekiy, and asked it to answer, -if iter circulation exceeded these num- bers in each case, it dodges the ba- ker's dozen of questions put to it, and flnds "but one point " it says, '-which requires any notice at our hands," and then ft attempts to cover op...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1870

Houston, September 22, 1870 \m I |s What do the Radical Democrats fbink .now, since expo8e^|f^he Galveston News, of tbe remarkable fact that tbe Hoastoa Unin*t nd vised sns all to attend tbe meetiogf is it not very * tlsbs- iL&f •** 0 't- 1 We venture tbe opinion that the Radicai Deroocra'8 of the few meet- ing?, heftT tbSdpport them- in Texas* •: rpr t" i . r- r ■ v . . t - r cannot instance one, in which one fcnpdred persons, of those who at tended, took part and voted in a . meeting. V / It is not in oar heart -to be unjust to Hamilton Stuart, the senior editor of the Civilian. We believe t' at he committed a very grave and stupen- dous error in desiring the election of Davis over Hamilton, and in not de Bouncing the Brenham movement When he saw that the object of it was to«iect Davis ; but we do not believe that he. has sold out to the Radicals, or is less a Democrat than he ever was. We rather think that the Radi- cals have 4,caagh6 a Tartar." All tbe^jtapers of Houston1 an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1870

* *&&&£ ;rapl\. I, C. CHEW, Corresponding Editor. AGSNTS Cf„ A. HILTON. Traveling Agent. •( the Tci«|[rsph. •' a* ovuivoT.) Hi ■ D* iy oar year, fib'; ior six months. $ 8; or m" uoath, $ I SO. per ye*f; *4 50 for iu KsHrtaa ? • Vmkij. per /ear. S3. oopiea. 10 oanta. Houston, September 22. 1870 Wbat the*Radicals most hope for— that the radical Dggjocrats will fight on, fight eyer, and thereby make a diversion in their favor. Bat it is a % - broken reed; not because the radical pemocrate...may not die game, bat beeaaee nobody will help them fight, v.r , ■ ■ ; Yon tickle me and I'll tickle you — Radical Democratic papers CopyiDg from Radical papers the articles they publish to encourage the former to persevere and not to co op erate to defeat the Radicals. So far as we know or are informed, there have ootheen any accessions to the Radical Democrat?, bat a nam ber who have heretofore acted with tit (MO, *eeing'the inevitable effect of tfaei* movement, if it bad any strength ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1870

JJ>V :r '..•ariatv.. #i} . :4Wasr "i Honston, September 22,1870 '^st. „ ^ See u ew schedule of the Texas Orleans Hail road. Tbia noder the able $«siajge- aDd New aieu'tof Judge Crosby, liis made^ rap- id progress in repairing, and we hope ere very long to 6ee trains running through to New Orleans. Whenever a. politician .isays, ' I never read that paper,"jasf setit down that it i« the very first *onfe he-reads, and that be does. it with more atten- tion than any other. If he be a Gov* ernor, his cariosity is greater than if he was where he ought tooe. We are no doctor, and may not be a judge; bat we do jbdge that if there be any material better adapted to absorb, retain and Bcattel the mi- asma of disease* it is a bale of damp bay. And yet we^jBeeUhat Dr. Peete allows bay to enter Galveston through the quarantine. ' ' " " *•••• * . -. * It seems tha^ two men named Kelly*, fired into a circos at Sweet Home, in Lavaca county, but hiHed no one* Tbey were arreted,-th^ Gonzales In- de...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1870

weekly telegraph. # Houslo.a, September 22 ,1870 Jk Beef Packerf, FadJiogVike % gallop i6 the country, wey« t < >l Ay e «aiog rode dm to tkoBaycnt,:o Messrs Perl & Macdbn- •Wa Pdciiurj^aad were well repaid iarear viif, o less by* a glimpse at cecal sceatM, than by toe valuable in- fimaatioa aboiat the Pickery, aftord* as by Dr. Perl himself, one of tbe proprietors. * SrruATto*.—The Packery is located 31*& mH&s east of the city, i tamed ir- ately on cbe oor^h b^flk of Buffalo Btyoq. The premises .occupy some £5 acres, more or less, which gives Siple f^im for the baildiogs. hog end catt-ie peas, &c. iBcTLDidGJ.— Th4? main building tseaaecttHi with the establishment is ISO by tW teet, constructed of roagh lamber, To <h« itiaio bailding ao addition is %eu« made. and when completed the entirescia.-taie will be some J50 by 96 fee t. * ULachissky —The object of the Pickery being two fold, viz.: The ■tea a fact ire of ice and the package^ ef fresh the machinery is a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 September 1870

We <16 not f«el ourselves called upon to aaawer the charges of evny little enapper> ^ho pitches into the "%-M Teie«rapc. Tbe idea that tiie followed any man or hucal coarse, is too aious to teed a deaial, IB is* po- y ridio ?>Vp VOL.XXXVl. NO *7 tssm 8EPTEiMBER 29, 1870 ESTABLISHED 1834. State, heretofoie paper of thei ike death of the Radical party there- It i* dying everywhere, and will goon be "dead, dead, dead," huug by a rope made by ke*4f. S — «■ i.:r;" ■$: A few days ago the Houston Union proclaimed an article advertised in the Times and Telegraph a humbug, and intifuated that the advertiser was wor- thy of prosecution for swindling 'Now as Mr. Tracy is part owner of both the U,nion and State Journal, we wo aid hke to know how it is that a much larger advertisement of the same article appears in the -Journal, marked for a fear shall never advertise a eheat or a ham bag if we fcnow it, at any price, and inserted the advertisement; with ens a suspicion, hat upon the ap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 September 1870

mm -- .-. i- THE jf*A ft:: W. 6. WEBB, Proprietor; gnbaertbers to m of (obi lanes will grajitly bf- lectin* yaknoul promptly ot any failure o rewire their papers, m it will help as to fiau out, •ad oorrect the cause. Houston, September 29,1870 SjU \ ■Br " v mK •VB INDIANS AND INDIAN ■ - V \ J- POLICY. / When the American Continent was -first discovered, serious doubts were entertained, whether the Aborigine* belonged to the human race. M. de Paw pronounced them Apes or Satyrs. But the church finally settled the question. When Pions, the IV want ed to establish bishoprics in the best portions of the Continent, he de- clared that it seemed good to him, and also to the Holy Ghost,to declare that the Indians are men, and sub- jects of the Gospel. Since that foiw m*l recognition, kinship of the In 4ians, with the genus homo,, have never been serously called in ques* tion.,, ... r . , It being conceded that the Indians *-ara. "men," it would seem to follow ■-as* legitimate consequence tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 September 1870

by l..tt'* k'st&o'a. sme, tell wbat in ait the "dickens," mtiag o>r thi a anting up ttieir' 1 nowing, too, tluit their Uurt' 'en to their latest ■ • bawl " fcath th shade of Austin's Ball— Perhaps of money, drawer and all - : Democrat8c0me in and aever i«verjr slice of " pie " forever. Empstsad, Septembe-, u7n - ..jSfTTi' Loss o# the. Cai'tai i.—the dia- _ patches announced the lost-of this yeaael. She was an iron p'ajied ship ot the ftritjah Navy, lx and bo'ih upon a modelsaeposedto be perfectly seawurthy. Capi. Coles her designer, perished wi^ ber^ . fl^qdofi loiter has the folding: Eighteen Of the crew:!of;tJ>e iron- clad Captain have le^hed Gajje (Uor- robedo, Spain. Tht* j report that as- ofter boat fall of F^opjfe '^ iipset, and all on board. were U* fc-v •v.-.'siia-c; Admiral Mi ne $&>*'the' fbflb*i g report of the circumatfcbetfs aitee'diug tb«* disappearance of the vessel: f I was on boaid the Captain on the morning of the 6cb. Everything was in order. A sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 September 1870

A THE TELEGRAPH, W.«. WEBB,1 Proprietor. : tgf Babeertbers to any of |onr tssuee will greatly. akUc* ■ lectin* as know| promptly of ur lailuia * j—itrn tbelr papers, a* It will help ns to fl «l out, tthecause. Houston. September 29. 1870 We ventnte the opinion that no Legislature that ever assembled, pass ed so many nncoDBtitatiooal acts a9 the late Legislature of Texas. Whenever any honest judge of Tex~ as has occasion to pass upon the ex traordinary powers granted to the Governor by the odious Militia Bill, tbey will be declared ancorstitu- tiouL > —— JL gentleman jdst up from Galves- ton informs us that on * Wednesday morning a report circulated freely through the city that there waB a case of yellow fever in the hospital there. Hue created considerable excitement until a number of physicians visited and examined, the hospital wards, and pronounced' that1 there was not now, nofhad their'been a case of yel- low fever in the Galveston hospital tibia year. We publish this becauee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 September 1870

CITY ITEMS. A lady long * fMiitenfc of thia city, lira. JMDDe^S^flfuri!, died in Qal« Veston, ]*te y#WrMrHav evening, City Marshal' Small wood, "topped the Liberty train, .yesterday evening Way passengers—the only ones—were allowed to enter the city. Matrimohial—The licenses for the week are. Patrick Dolan and Miei Mary Torney.; Dary Jones and Miss Mary Williamson; Heinrick Carl Sebmidt and Miss Fredericks Stein ; C. H flail and Alias Elizabeth J. Harral; William Matzbe and Mies Bertha Weiman. Health of this City —We pre more than glad to be able to aDr nonnce, upon the authority of one of the first physicians of the city,that the health of the city has never been so good at this reason as now. We are thankfnl to have thia to say when* it might be far otherwise ; and citizens will join us in^the wish, as well aa the hope, that this remarkable' free- dom lrom disease will continue. The Tenders.—Saturday mprniug that energetic and indefatigable rail* roadCapt. Stadkpole, with some 25 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 September 1870

£££ ■ ;-v. _____ ■Mb 1|#t£LEGRAPH. W.«. WEBB, Proprietor. gmfeaerlbcr* totnr of |our issues will greatly iu by lectin* on knew) promptly oi ms failure their papcrB, u it will help us to Dad out, ninnmuw. , A Houston, September 29, 1870 #VB IIN1IIAN8 AND P«LIG¥.-TUrd Paper INDIAN The expulsion of the Indians in 1068,* so fa| from bringing peace brought on a- worse state of affairs, that Texas had ever suffered. The whole frontier seemed alive with thieving, robbing, mordering parties. Wbef* one settlement had been visit- ad before, ten buffered now. The Lex gisUtnre of 1859 felt that something most be done, and the Governor was authorized and instructed to pat four regiments of Kangers in the field. This force was organized nnder the ooaumand of Col. M. T. Johnson. The; were four months in the service and p^netrated the Indian country as fmt as Kansas. Capt, Sol. Eosa had a skirmish with a small party of In* dlans. With that exception the ex- pedition accomplished nothing. The thievi...

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