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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 26 June 1862

THE TYLER VOL, VII. Tyler, Smith County. Tevas June 26.1R82. NO. 30.' C|e Cglcr llcportcr, Is published every Thursday, BY W. F. Hamilton & Co., At $2,50 per Aiiuum; SIX MONTHS $1,50. siNGiiK copy* i o cis. Reason for the Evacuation of I'orinth.1 w Headquarters, Tyler, Teva , Jliilc «Mil, ISO*. General Order No. R. I. To correct misconstruction* ol' General Order U.S. from these llandqiinrtcifi, and thj) prov¡KÍ<Mi, ol' lito Conscript Act, lliu following order in publish cd for tlio command SniiwatoK an i> its Fetnrs. If nny one lias any iii regard lii tin; v!«toi'jF over our great nuil Fur warm than the frogs, ivhieli God in Fits! Wiplae|ibleenémy'nt «njr cost unit sacrifice. l« t liin* wrath scat to iiitfsl Kgypt. nre (ritos of fault-find-! r- •• I 11: - follow i n;r iVntn .Mr. 1 ¡monden, of Maine, ora, croakers and pro]>lii la of ovil, with whom (ho in tliv Niirllurn f'oiigT'"-!, mid from other black re- Confederacy is now unfortunately cursed. Proba- pnMloiru': lily...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 26 June 1862

J. P. DOUGLAS. H. V. HAMILTON qúútx. EDITOB8 :í TYLER JUNE 86, 1862. ^^Tbc Rev. Sah'i. A. Kino preaches at the Methodist church in Tyler on the 4th Sabbath in •very month, at 11 o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock p. m. w® #ró authorized and requested to an- nounce MEDACUS A. LONG, Esq., us a candidate for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Bon. O. M. Roberts. We are authorized to announce Non. R. A. REEVES as a candidate far Associate Justice of tho Supreme Court, to AH the vacancy occasioned by ihe Resignation af Hon. O. M. Roberta. - We arc authorized lo announce TIIOS. J. JENNINGS, of Cherokee, as a candidate for Asso- ciate Justice of the Supreme Court Wo are authorized by the Mends of JOHN C. ROBERTSON, Esq., to announce that if elected by the people at the ensuing August election, he will serve as Judge of the 9th Judicial District, in the place of Hon. Ruben A Reeves, resigned. ¿5®" We are authorized to announce A. Q. NICKS,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 26 June 1862

> I -4 • • AMERICAN MATTERS ABROAD. Mr. Qladttont on the war Growing Danger of inter- i'tntion—The Only ¡'mention. Curre-iiuudeni# N. Y. Tlmw. 7,ondon, April 29.—As I expected, and warned you in in}' lust, I lie fcpeteli of Mr. Gladstone, the iiioft i'il• an 1 cloqti nt inoinb t of the Ilrltisli ministry, han been made the text of a regular on- planxht upou America by the government organ*, tin well an the opposition. The Tlim* opened with two leader* One was an effort to destroy abolition sympathy in England, what there is of it with the North. Tiie other call the attention of the nation to the great, increasing, and terrible Buffering Id Lancashire, where people arc beginning to die of starvation. There is every indication, either that the policy of the govcrnnvut Is changed, aud that the people are preparing for tho change, or that a desperate effort will be made to compelí a change. Mr. Glad- stone's speech leaves no one in doubt as to the real sympathies of the government. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 26 June 1862

>' nv'r!ÍW''- tt'of-Ty fuytrs. Asylum for the Blind, at Austin, Monday, ;li«- . iti day ol July wvvt, it !h 0 made inv duty to expose to public Mili-, tin; Texas. fill estate-- «as much tin roof iik will lie sufficient i Titis Institution is again oppn lor thu rcueptfb ax, mill cost with tweutv • -*• studiMits. Thosu who may confide Hu ir i in ni1 May ooiilhiu tiltil- chil I dren (if wards to the caro of this Institution, lire | assured tliut every caution nud vigilance will lie | exurcisod to preservu the health. morals and pom fort of the pupils. No (Kij).ki'ina inllnence will be everted. Lueli one stiaH b^ |iwuiiUwl to suleet tie' Chinch and Snliballi School líiat. lie or she prufers ¡ intending and shall lie assisted in going and return- j The pupils will be thoroughly in.slrueteil in J. H. WARREN. M, D, Physician and Surgeon, TV Mill TKXAS, Oil- I .' Iii - prole -ioinil services to the public. OlHou Last ide of the public. to pay their Conl'i derive t pvr cent on the amount—...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 24 July 1862

TIE TYLEl BEPQ R TER •v. VOL. Til, Tyler, Smith County, Texas——July 24, 1862. NO. 34. &{¡t Cjjltr §Uptte, Is published every Thursday, BY W. F. Hamilton & Co., it $2,50 per Annum; SIX MONTHS SI,50. SINGLE OOP? lOcts. HEADQUARTERS, Trans-Miss. Dlst. LITTLE ROCK, ARK., July 10th, 1862. 4*" Special Order No. 26. The extreme scarcity of forage rentiers it an jm- possibility to maintain a largo mounted force, with- out causing distress, if not actual starvation, among tUe troops and poorer people of the country ; there- fore all commanders of companies and regiments of mounted men. now en route to these Headquarters from Southern Arkansas and Texas, upon seeing this order, are required to dismount their men be- fore proceeding farther, and send the horses with suitable details home, and move forward as infantry. This order applies to those commands which have been heretofore formally accepted, as well as to others. The impertiré nocqssilyof the caso admits of lie exception whatev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 24 July 1862

t . +' t 4'íímú .. * % 's THAt* >:• jfr* ♦ «' it' ' J. F. DOUGLAS. H. V. HAMILTON. EDITORS TYLER JULY 24, 1862. «ffl-The Rev. Sam'l A. King preaches at the Methodist church in Tyler on the 4th Sabbath iu every month, at 11 o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock p. m. We are authorized and requested to an- nounce MEDACUS A. LONG, Esq., as a candidate for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, to fill the vacancy occasioncd by the resignation of lion. O. M. Roberts. We are authorized to announce Hon. R. A. REEVES as a candidate lor Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the Resignation of Hon. O. M. Roberts. #5áfWe arc authorized to announce TllOS. J. JENNINGS, of Cherokee, as a candidate for Asso- ciate Justice of the Supreme Court. We are authorized to announce Col. GEO. F. 3IOO RE, of Nacogdoches, as a candidate for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation ot Justice Roberts. We are authorized to annouuee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 24 July 1862

f Incalculable. More than one hundred pieces of or- dnance, small arms in great numbers, and an im- mense supply of stores of every description,—upon the whole we struck the enemy a vi al blow, and, if followed up, as we doult not will be táe case, as our whole army as well as the government are im- pressed with the importance of prompt and vigor- ous action, the whole power of the loe may be ef- fectually destroyed before it will be possible for him to recover from the present stroke. But we must not relax our efforts—we have a treacherous, vindictive, and powerful enemy to en- couoter, and must in consequence push forward our war preparations with unabated vigor. Since the above article was in type, we have fur- ther intelligence by the stage that came through on yesterday. A passenger reports that McClellan, who was reported previously as being wounded, has since died, and that the number of prisoners ta- ken from the enemy will reach forty thousand. The same passenger, who is ju...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 24 July 1862

Hospital Stores* The following communication explains itself. We trust it will be read with care by every one, and that a hearty response will be made. We call es- pecially upon the " Aid Societies " of the county to come up manfully to the work they are called upon to do. In this way a brave people must and can purchase liberty—and liberty is cheap at any price, no matter what the sacrifice of money, of goods, of personal case and comfort: Henderson, Texas, July 17th, I8C2. Editor Tyler Reporter— Sir .-—You will see through the Jefferson and Marshall papers that I have been detailed by ti e War Department of the Trans-Mississippi District as Special Agent to East3rn Texas, for the purpose of getting up Hospital Supplies for the army. It being impossible for me to visit Tyler sufficiently early to put the thing on foot in time, I wish you would arouse the people to a proper appreciation of this call ia your county, and through your paper the adjacent counties. There will be a largo ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 21 August 1862

tú TIE TYIHI EEFORTEB í 41 <( 41 VOL. Til Tyler, Smith County, Texas Au¿r. 2i, 1SC /. NO. 8 . TE Cjler ^íprtcr, Is published every Thursdsy, BT W. F. Hamilton & Co., At $2,50 per Annum; SIX MONTHS $1,50. SINGLE COPY lOcts. Lincoln In Texas. •iron Tyler Reporter : A lute Yankee paper coa tain? tbe following: ■u The following are the (Lincoln) commissioners -« under tbe Act for the collection of direct taxes in insurrectionary districts within the United States: ! -u * * * For the District of Tex t«, Lemuel D. Í •" Evans, James W. Tirockmorton and George XV. Paschal. n The above is a specimen of genuine Yankee meanness. Lemuel D. Evans has been with them for eighteen months, and would not dare show his . tory, traitorous face in Texas, unless protected by a foreign army of Yankees. Paschal is at Austin." and has taken the oath to sustain the Confederate ♦States. J. have nothing to say of him. not knowing "what his real status is. But of the foul outrage perpetrated upon Capi •J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 21 August 1862

* tpútx. J, P. DOUGLAS. Hr V. HAMILTON. EDI^O TYLER. AÜGÜST 21, 1862. hariif a back and pair of horses to hire, for them for several days, by calling at Wo guarantee that good care will be taken of if hired. Oar fcUow-cittaen, John Winship, bag lost a and effers a reward for bis recovery, uástance In this matter will ac- three rery laudable objects, viz: get tbe reward, accommodate a clever gentleman, and aid a food soldier. ^ A letter from Richmond has been handed us. We bave so much otber matter of later date, that we even make extracts from It. We trust mtr friends will continue tobe kind enough to throw into our hands whatever is thought to be of interest ta the people. ■ ii • « - Messrs. Short, Biscoe A Co., advertise for CuiniMiiflf They want 30 or 40 good workmen.— See advertisement We will mention here that fftese gentlemen are preparing to manufacture fire- arms extensively, and will soon have in operation mi this place a large establishment for that purpose. He understand ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 21 August 1862

> * * % Sir W Curtió of Pennsylvania, is stamping the State. Private subscription* for bounty money in Phil- adelphia, already $171,000, prove the report false, and Connecticut U as certain lor her quota, as she is for her usual onion crop. Richmond, Aug. 5.—A sharp skirmish took place (his morning below Malvern Hill. The report is that a body of Yankees attempted to occupy a por- tion near Carl's Neck on James river, bat were at- tacked by a portion of Cobb's Legion, and driven back to the entrenchments. Washington, July 11.—Maj. Gen. Halleck has been appointed General-in-cbief of the entire land forces of the U. S. army. The Missis ppian publishes the following dispatch received by Gen. Y an Dora. 1 1-2 Miles from Batok Rcoe, Aug. & Major-General Van Dora: receiving a dispatch that the Arkansas would -co operate, I attacked Baton Rouge this morning at •day light, with less than three thousand men. After a severe straggle of five hours, we drove 4he enemy from all points to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 21 August 1862

Guardians JVoUre. Whereas, Ira B. Demlnt, Guardián of the minor children of Sarah Demi tit dee'd. hi . HI; «1 in the County Comí of Wood County Texas, pertaining to the estates of Decedents • nd Wards bin account nnd exhibit of the condition of «aid minors estates, together with bis petition to be discharged from the ¡ Guardianship of George Demlnt, one of said minors. ¡ This is therefore to notify ail persoiiH interested that said account and exhibit will be examined, and said petition considered at the next term of said Court to be held at Quitman in and for said county on the lust Monday in August, A. D. 1802, at which time, and place, all persons can appear and contest the same who wish so to do. By order of Court. Given under my hand and Seal of said Court at Quitman, on this the 28th day of July, A. D. 1862. A. FITZGERALD. • Clerk Co., C't, Wood Co. Notice of Final Settlement. Benj. W. Lee, guardian ot the Estate of the min- or Calvin Lee. by his attorney Silas Williams, hav- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 28 August 1862

«■ TIE TYLER EEPOETEE. VOL. VII. Tyler, Smith County, Texa9—«Au#. 28, 1862. NO. 40. Cj¡t Cjlcr ^epdtr, Is published every Thursday, BY W. P. Hamilton & Co., At $2,50 per Annua) SIX MONTHS ÍUO. SINGLE COPY .,.10 eta. THE NEWS. Mobile, August 13.—A special dispatch to the Tribune, from Grenada on the 12th, says that Capt. Maxwell, with forty «"«Tillan, attack'(1 one htin- 4red Fulerals near Friar's Point yesterday, killing seventeen and capturing six. Our loen one killed. Maxwell wan wouvded. A correspondent of the New York Tribnne savs that tbe uumts r of McCh llau's army who crownd -James River is about 13,000. Alexandria, Mo., five miles from Keokuk was taken by onr guerrillas on the ad instant. Lincol'i is reported to have dclined to receive armed negroes in the service. A letter from Cameron to the Missouri Republi- can says that Northern Missouri is literally lull of organix d bund1' of rebels, ami that the citizens nre flocking to these bands by hundred dally, and will ■oon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 28 August 1862

JK P. DOUGLAS. H. V. HAMILTON 3 EDITORS TYLER AUGUST 28, 1862. Ml. Adt person having a hack and pair of horaea to hlro, can get a good price for them for aeveral ilnya, by calling at thla office. Wo guarantee that good care will be taken uf them if hired. An exchange says that the wife of Gen. Beauregaad died at New Orlans, about the first of July- ■ ■> - Rev. J. W. Fields requests iih to say that he will preach at the Methodist Church next Sunday. Tbe church being no longer needed for a hospital, ban been prepared again for worship. ■ Nothing could rejoice us moro than to gee the Vlcksburg Whig coming through with the regu- lar mails again. We lmve so often complimented the Whig that it is useless to do so now ; we may my, however, that a better news medium cannot be found, and any oue that wants tbe news w unU the Whig. '■ « — — ^59. The questing of procuring clothing for oar troops this win'er is becoming one of startling in- terest. It is well understood that all the efforts ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 28 August 1862

i w A CAJtD. HEADQUARTERS I Camp on Sabinu, Aug. 25,1862. f On leaving Tyler for active dufies in the field, tlrig. Gen. McCulloch fuels it a grateful doty, for himself and the Government, to acknowledge with sincere thankfulness. the generous support he has received and the patriotic ertbrts that iiave been made to aid the cause of our oouutry, during his official sojourn among them, by the people of Tyler and the surrounding country. The citizens have manifested a noble spirit generally, in sustaining him in the discharge of the arduous and delicate duties devolved upou him. Order had to be estab- lisued. where great confusion and mllltaiy destitu- tion existed. Munitions of war and supplies had to lie gathered in a country alrendy heavily drained. Aided and ei cnurnged by the citieens of the coun- try, be has succeeded lieyond the hitpcs ot the most sanguine. Heavy responsibilities stood In the way, and he assumed them, looking to the Government and the cou.itry to sustain limi. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 28 August 1862

Iglcr Jv F. DOUGLAS.) f EDITORS H. V. HAMILTON.) TYLER. .AUGUST 28, 1862. ttm. Any pcmnn having * hark and pair of horaea to hlro, can get a good price for them for wvoral <l iy«. by calling at tbli office. Wo f uarantee that good care will In taken of them if hired. An exchange fays tliat the wife of Gen. Beauregaad died at New Orl an , about the first ol July. ' • - Rev. J. W. Field requests us to say that he will preach at the Methodist Church next Sunday. Tbe church being no longer needed for a hospital, ban been prepared again for worship. pO* Nothing could rejoice us more than to see the Vicksburg Whig coming through with the regu- lar mails again. We have 80 often complimented the Whig that it ¡8 useless to do so now ; we may say, however, that a better news medium cannot be found, and any oue that wants the news wants the Whig. The question of procuring clothing for our troops this wiu'er is becoming one of startling in- terest. It is well understood that all the efforts ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 28 August 1862

!« A C AJI D. HEADQUARTERS ) Camp on Sauink, Aug. 25,1862. J On leaving Tyler for active duties in the field, trig. Gen. McCulloch Ms it a grateful duty, for himself and the Government, to acknowledge with •inoere thankfulness. the generous support he has received and the patriotic ertbrts that have been made to aid the cause of our oouutry, during his offlclal sojourn araoug them, by the p- ople of Tyler aud the surrounding country. The citizens have manifested a noble spirit generally, in sustaining bim in the discharge of the arduous and delicate duties devolved upon him. Order bad to be estab- hsned. where great confusion aud military destitu- tion existed. Munitions of war and supplies bad to lie gathered in a country already heavily drained. Aided and ei cournged by the citizen* of the coun- try, he has succeeded beyond the hopes ol the most sanguine. Heavy responsibilities stood in the wuy, aud he assumed them, looking to the Government aud the cou.dry to sustain him. The lad...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 28 August 1862

Guardian ¿Yotlce. Whereas, In B. Deraint. Guardian of the minor Children of Sarah Demlnt doc'd, has fllcd In the County Court of Wood County Texas, pertaining to the estate* of DecedentB i ud Wards bin uccount sad exhibit ol the condition of said minors emates. together with hii petition to be discharged tVom the Guardianship of George Demlnt. ouoof raid minors. This is therefore to notify ail persons Interested that raid account and exhibit will be examined, uti'l Mid petition considered at the next term of saiil Court to be held at Quitman iu and tor suid eon.«,y on the last Monday in August. A D. 18(>2 at which time, and place, all persons can appeur and content the urn* who wish so to «lo. Uy order of Court. Given under rov hand and Seal of raid Court at (¿uituian, on this the 18th day of July. A. D. lt?C2. A. FIT2GKHALD. Clerk Co., C't, Wood Co, JtPotic* of Final Statement. Bety. W. Loo, guardian ot the li-tate ol the min- or Calvin Lee. by his attorney Silas Williams, bav- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 30 October 1862

VOL. VII. Sf'O/5®*-- Tylrr, Pra'tti County, TYiusX^Oct. 30, Is62. NO. 4« t>|e Cnlcr lUporícr, Í Ik published cverv Tlturstlr y, ¡ BY W, F. Hamilton & Co., II $2,50 per Auuuin | j •ÍS MONTH* «1.50. j SINGUli CQIM 10 ct«. s. Meniioiti'ts and Dunk rs, ►hull fbrni !) sub ti- tules. i ib |>ii y a lax i'I' 'iOO uii'b (uto til'* |>ui'lio Treasury. PHVHTCIA.N'S, i AH physlpiflr' who nhW an* a;d fur the last five years liiivi; b i o iu iieluui p rue lice ul their proles- sioa. t miOKJWKKM, T vN'NKUl'. Kit. i ' All nboi'iMilttli'*. tatm- rs. blacksmith . wagon-ma' i k rr. mill ihwn.l tin !;•i-s, tiuliw y jlit* •It II Thfe llUtarjr Exemption ifl« Tie following in a cgpy of.llie Ivk 'roption Act, as / " finally pie-sed by Ixith Huima of Congress ¡ A HIM. to etempt certain persons from milita- ry fervid', ami to repeal the act entill d "An net t exempt certain pi-rsons from enrollment for | service iii tlir army of tin- Conf. derate Slates," approved tin' 2Ifl of April. ISlil!: KVil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 30 October 1862

á X. V. HAMILTON. 3 EDITORS TYLER OCT. 30, 1862. M. "i" W blfíMi prlcai, In cub, for brown W that will do lo prlut on. If you bivi uv lit iu kaow br mHI. f9~ Wt! see that Gen. D. B. Martin, bM * fine lot of "Armj Regulations," printed In a nice book form for aale, every person interested should pur- chase one, m ho «labes todlapoio of them as early m possible, tbcjr can be seen at bli office over Korea's atore. Price $7,50 - ■ ■ ■<> ■ Dr. R. T. Lively, Dr. Underwood, C. K. Wood, R. W. Stidbam, W. O. Stidbam, H. L. Cook, and John Stanley, having been suspected of connection with tbe band of robbers which was discovered to etiit hi Cook County, were yrerted py order of tbc Chief Justice of Grason, County and sent to tbis place for trial or committment. On Wednesday morning they were brought before B. L. Goodman Confederate Commissioner and duly arralnged. The caso wm act for examinations on tbc 13tli day of Nor. next, and the parties admitted to bail in the sum of two hundatl do...

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