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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 30 October 1862

-t - Seo ípBjJjt un ^^„ •drove them back ton mllM, taktafcVoout 2000 pris- mas and killing and woundiug about 15000 ; that (he next day Wither*! division cng igcd the enemy wd captured 9000 prisoners, and Friday KIrby Smith engaged them on their light, and beat them baok, capturing 500 prisoners, killing Gen. Jackson and capturing Gen. Toa Crittenden. The letter «aya, the enemy hud seventy-live tliouaand opjxised <toG«n. Bragg. Our army ni concentrating at Camp Dick Robinaou, m srvb the Knoxville Ga- Mte Extra. vftichmund, Oct. 17.—At a democratic meeting In Mtw York John Van Buren pronounced the repuh- liflM admlolsl ration the uiont contemptible govern- ttont on the fac" of the earth. This plan was that MoClellan should move ou to richmuod, and that (few a convention Should bo calleJ, aud Southern brethren lnvfG<d to participate, and tiien ultor the Constitution mi that all should hereafter Uve In peace, and if tho Small would not Muy, he would «f to them, " wayward sinters,...

Publication Title: Tyler Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 30 October 1862

9 * IlOCC, AUMNHAH. tí pt. llili 18M. * Tira ^ m'uiat-'.ttloi EdítoK fccBonten: la your IssuUf th. l ih of «* !" «[ A.. N. Chtodl r, dec'd. thls U tber.ro I u uutnliiT ut nntn.spuUish- !10,;'f^u^H®h'0f.'l.aíiíl.l,-t.?íí.!'' t Army of tlio Soutli-W mopris. it to m^b oil" t-yid n That it ir au iuf.iiti r, iiiti-iiiious or desires. 1 HljOW. J t.1* • tll'Cftt pi «re lu rvfi#m to it, ;n, My ru,, ^i..K that „,0, ^ ^ ^ ^ ()f W)W, Crtlinty CtMlrt, A. f, lttUcqi-.'quite 0| tbo ¡SoutV WM, f«nt W"m #• lb" l w «.new, and ui mipriii.<\ to *« t-viil. nt- 'W't'd «o «M <*Me «« own That it ftau íiiI'.iiuOuk posaible. 7--U W Ufl.fc JON Li,. mi id as daerti rs (lorn •ud aHoug tbem. 1 r.ui \i Intended for tiiy , tita I upon, my cliaii following diauiWutwill uliow. J tit' «rent l>l>M- " ' ' ' tifin anted tii "W'BKMoiifeaSS..., this is theivlotv to stall ui pivsent'tlnni a* (be . law"' diri'bta, and tlilwe iu early a Adui'r. títa l upoamjr clialitut i . iiiti-mioiis or desires. the —r — A DM ...

Publication Title: Tyler Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 13 November 1862

mm TIE TYL11 RIP 8 IT IS: VOL. VIL Tyler, Saith County, Texas —Not. 13, ;v 1802. NO. $1. €§e Cjjlcr ^.rjiortcr, Is published every Thursday, * BT W. T. Hamilton ft Co., At $2,50 per Annum i SIS' MONTHS.... «1.50. SINGLE COPY., 10 etc. BECEOTEaS* EEroaT. • T> the Hon. Wm. P. Hill, Jwlgt, iff.— The undersigned Reáeivers of tbu Confederate Sute* for the Tyler secern of the Eastern District of Texas, in compliance with a suggestion of the Court, unit ; In making the following nummary statement of their progress in the discharge of their duties during the punt year, via : from the 12th dny •f October, 1*61 (the date of their appointment) to the present time. Our official dutl'irwere commenced by the pnlill- cation of circular, giving notice to the ppople of the District of the passage and contents of the S«- qu station Act of the Confederate States' Congress, and of (ho contemplated mod of its execution,— Reins aware that many pet son* entertained very erroneous views on the subject. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 13 November 1862

J. P. DOUGLAS. H. V. HAMILTON. EDITORS TYLER .NOV. 13, 1862. M.w« will pnr lh« blgjeit price , la oasli, fur lirown y*p«r that will i!a to print «a. Jf you b v« toy lot ui know by mill. —■—i—■ ytr After an exceedingly dry spell' of weather^ It has again clouded up, and wc have In a «ay or two had rain enougli to lay the dust, and probably benefit the grain crcp3. At the present writing It is turning cold, with indication < f enow. Health generally good through the country we believe, and , everything quiet ■ i - .-■-« ■■■ ■ ■ ¿STFWa are getting to bo quite common in the towM through the country. The last number of the Repnblicau announces a Are In Marshall, which resulted in considerable damage. Dr. Joseph Tay- lor ww the priuoipal sufferer, we believe, his resi- donco beiug turned. It is now the season for tires —we wo compelled to kíxp them In all our houses* Let It be remembered, that * house or town will bom down as easily when set ou fire by accident as when the torch is app...

Publication Title: Tyler Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 13 November 1862

<1 t r ,;' ijLt Ricavosn, 0¿t2S.—' •Mow York IloritUI of the 32d, ha bcqn retolved.' ft# naws "U unimportant. A large and enthusiastic tk'moerarto meeting wits ; Brooklyn bit tbe;lid. held at Brooklyn on tbe Kd.' Oue of Won* denouncing the emancipation thw ' rt solu- proclamation, o.'i with ttie view oftttacWng Charlestonsoon. ' "Uptíln jjiVfijSi sleral other offlcerabad wo* loudly cheerod and adop ted The llcrald Vgci KkCleiUu to pnsli oa to Rich- mond: • . '[■' The Board of Brokers, by a very 1 irgo majority, divided not to allow an/ tntnsactioim wi.thiu tin 11oi\m fowld or demand notes after the 27tb iiikt. Goldffi6o?«ngly fell to 129,,hut everybody rosbod to hujr„Hnu ruiihadvauci.il to 132 3-4 CuABt«yi))v, October 28.—Tidings have reached hero (nf* evening of the Capture, in Dull' Uayou, left'Natiwu, iií**s hi\d been received tbnt the Van kees wott) .w.irkthg ni^ht and day of attacking Charier UicirfloNn. Oetobof 30.—The New York Herald, of the 28th h¡ti- Wn received. It say*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 13 November 1862

Van Zandt County Eutray*. Taken up by L. B. Fau'k. iflid posted before M. Ilemkirtoh J. Vv In mid flpurity. a large hay Horse 16 bands high,Some caddie and guar murks 8 year* old, appraised to eighty dollar*. ■ And one brown horse 14 bauds blgb, 8 ycai# old. both bind feut white, and left fori- foot, and a white «reals In bin face, brniid- d K on ibc lift ehouldcr, appralscjl al $75. I Taken up by Joseph Carter, and estrayed before the same J ustice, one gray mare. 13 hand high, 11 or 12 year old. Aud a sorrel lust springs colt, ap- * praised at 1112,50. Taken lip by W. N. Damron, and posted before M. Hender*o;«, J. P., on 10th of Oct., one chestnut corri'l, 7 years old, 15 tunda blgb, appraised at 190. * Taken up hy Jesse Wallace,, and ported before J. 1 . Proet, J. P., Oct. 11th. ono work ox, dark, brindU', wMte face, mark d crop split and undorbil in the right ear, and crop and nnderlilt In the left car, bitmded M on the lett hip, aud point of the Ml " bom off, 8 or 10 years okl,...

Publication Title: Tyler Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 31 March 1864

mesmmm VoL. IX. TU TYL1B REPORTE!. Tjrtor, Smith County, Texas—March 31, 1861. NO. 14. C|e Cglfr |lipflrter, Is published ev^ry Thursday, BY W. F. Hamilton & Co., At $5 for 9'.* Mouths. The New Consc ription Act. Section 1 provides that nil white meu, residents of the Confederate States, bween the ages of 17 and 50, shall be in the military ser,lee of the Con- federate States during the war. Section 2 pre fides that all betwoon the ages of 18 anil 15, now in the servhe, shall be retained du- ring the presont wur in the «4iue organizations in which they were serving nt the passagu of this act, unless they arc regularly discharged or transferred. Companies from one State who were put into organ- izations from another Stat' shall be transforml, provided they expressed tt dissent at the tini-' they were placed in said or raulzatlon. Individual soldier.'' are allowed the same privilege. Section 3 provides that, at tue expir.ition ol six months from the 1st of April if1:', a bounty of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 31 March 1864

- ■aMfrrsv y/ -w;v.- i iinnni-oarsJ gw notes as hercinaier provided; ntid pal<l Treas-! __ notes shall lie fuidublc in bonds as provided in ! •<jjp the first section of tlii uct. until tin; 1st iluy of Jan- uary, 1863, at tbu r4o 11. That all treasury notes heretofore issued of tin'denomination of live dollars shall continue to be receivable in payment of public dues, us provided of sixty-six und two-third , by law, and fundable at par under the provisions of contü on the dollar. ' ! tills act, until thu 1st of July. 1864, eust. and until And it shall be tln duty ot the Secretary of the , the 1st October, 1864, west of the Mississippi, but Treasury at any tiiiu between the 1st of April east.1 nttor that time they shall be subject to a tax ot tiud the 1st ol July 1804, west of the Mississippi. thUty-tureo and one-third cents on every dollar river, and the 1st m January, 180">, to substitute ! promised on the face thereof; «aid tax to attach to and exchange new Treasury notes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 31 March 1864

*« 7 Tho value ni property laved under this section I ¡t^ herein tnxed ad vulorm, shall bo assessed or ta\ • shall be assessed upon the biuds of the murkrt value i cd us incomes under the tax act -if lMKJ, of such property in the neighborhood where assessed ! Sec. 8. That the tax impos sd by this acton in mien currency us may be in general use at the bonds of the Confederate State heretofore issued time, in the purchase and sale oí'Midi properly, at shall in 110 case exceed the interest on the same, ami the time of assessment. such bonds when held by or lor Sko. 3. I. Upon the amount of ail gold aud shall be exempt Iron) the tax in nil ver coin, gold dust or silvor bullion, whether interest on the same shall not ex held by the banks or other carporations, or indi- dollars, viduals, live per cent.; and upon all moneys held abroad, or upon the amount of ail bills of exchange drawn therefor on foreign countries, a tax of live percent, such tax upon money abroad to lie as- sessed and co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 31 March 1864

Sale of State Boids. Executive Ofbice. I Sbrevenort, February 23d, 1804. f IN accordance with the provisions of an Act of the General Assembly of the State ol Louisiana, entitled: An act "To authorize the sale of llonds for the relief of the Treasury, and final liquidation of the principal and interest thereof," approved February 8 th, 1864 cd Je city next, for the sale or exchange of State Bonds, hav- Scalcd proposal will be received at my office, in the city ofShrcveport, until the first of September ing not less than twenty uor more than fifty years to run from their dates, and to be issued iu amounts of not less than two hundred, nor more than one thousand dollars each, at the discretion of the Gov- ernor, with six per cent, per annum, payable semi- annually at the office of the State Treasury. These Bonds will be sold for the benefit of the State, or exchanged for any of the Confederate or State Treasury notes. The General Assembly in authorizing the sale or exchange of these b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 10 November 1864

*L! J" ro rriEH iff inn VOL. IX. Tyler. Smith County, Texas--—November 10, 1861. NO. iC. zj£r.: THE TYLER REPORTER. ix 1'uui.isiiki) kvkry tiiitokda v, BY W. I\ llinil.TON \ CO. IT.It.WS In Stato Warrants or Now Issue of Con- federate Notes, for mx months $25. Three months sir,. The old currency received at the standard of discount. Per sour wlm prefer paying in specie can liavo It at the rate of SI per annum. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. Whereas, Win. Green, has (¡led his account cur- rent for final settlement at the next term of the lion. Probate Court, holden at the town of Tyler, on the last Monday in Octolier, 1864. Tina is therefore to notify all persons interested iu the es- tala of 1). T. Green dee'd, to appear at that time and show cause if any they have, why said linal account should not bo approved and distribution made. F. A. GODLE\ , nil-fit ci'k, c. c't, Smith co. Notice for Final Settlement. When as, Silas Alexander Executor to tli • Last Will and Testament of John D. Alexa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 10 November 1864

TYLER REPORTER. B. V. HiHILIOff, TYLEIt, Editor* NOV. IÜ, latM. •fir A c mas-mark on tbn mnrtcin of the pa|wr mount* tli*t ho tiinu tor which you Mit iicril>cdhii*«Ki I red. B The Now T-iiw Primary Hpoller.—The «econd edition of liin popular little Rchool book in now out. It emhriicea 40 paite of leMuiié, iuclmiing tho alphabet in largft tatter*, and U •Icstfrned <'xpre*<«ljr for b^gluuera and the young*' rla«n in th« *c lion la Price ninule copien 85c.. by the doKeti Sj 4d, by the 1<« 7V Hout by mall post paid at tlwue rrictíM. Addrchs Jumen Hurke, IIuu*toti, or the ub- linhcii. K. H. CUH8IM0 A CO. Wehavebcea favored by the publinhera with a copy of the abovo little work, aud have no hesitation In pronounc* log it tho best thin# of the kind we have raen, both aa re- gard! itH compilation and tho manner of its mechanical execution. WT We oro glad to son our friend. Col. ft. B. Hubbard, at home again, but regret tho sad boroavements, in the loss of his father and child, w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 10 November 1864

Head Quarters Trans-Mbs. Department, i SlIKKVKFOItT. La., Oct. 28, 1864. ) General Orders, ! No. 80. ) THE following or,lor from the War Department íb republished for Information : Adjutant and Inspector General's Office, ) Richmond, Va., August 27, 1864. f General Ohdeks, | No. 69. ) ÍTIIE Bureau of Conscription will cause to be • delivered from proper officers of tbe Bureau to tbe Cliief Commissary in every State, a report con- ta'ning tbe names of all persons in tbe State, witb the places of tbeir residence, wbo have obtained ex- emptions or details as agriculturalists, owners, over- seers, maungurs, farmer?., planters or otherwise, as producers of grain and provisions under the fourth paragraph of the tenth section of the military Act of the 17th of February, 1864, published in General Orders No. 26, (current series), together witb a statement of the terms of the contract, the sureties to the same, and witb ull other pertinent facts re- lating to the said exemption or detail. Tb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Reporter — 10 November 1864

ft List of Exempt and Detailed Con- scripts, of Smith County. DETAIUiD FARMERS. .In" A Hardin, Jamestown. A. A. Holt, near Jamestown. W S N iiifiCO'-, 15 miles S. W. or Tyler. W W Row, 12 miles K. of Tyler. G W King, near Starrville. .1 M Wiggins, 10 milts N. of Tyler. W 11 McLeroy, 10 miles 8. E. of Tyler. A J Wallace, near Starrville. J M Berry, Steenes Saline. John McLain, lu miles K. of Tyler. ;'i S Sobd' ll, near Steenes Saline. J II Hereford. Jolm Gordon, near Steenes Salino. Virginia llljck, near Starrville. Win T King, near Starrville. J .1 Powell. 8 mile N. of Tyler. l>' I) Ross, 12 miles 10. of Tyler. It .1 MoLeroy, 10 mil,:; 11 ol Tyler. Tlios. 1) Fra/.ier, Stceiies Saline, George S Oockrell, 23 miles N. W. of Tyler. .( S Thomas, in ar Starrville. O Loftin, It! uilles^S. of Tyler. W W Butler, near Starrville. W W liimkley, 20 miles N. W. of Tyler. J U James. Canton. DCTA1LKD SALT MAKERS. W S Units, Steenes Saline. ¿íaru I' Lemay, £itconcs Saline. J J Dudley, Steenes Sa...

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