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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 27 July 1864

I mi i ]MWa^!£ BY Fttlim'S MAIL. Wo have two day later dates by tbl* morning's limll, bat no new* of tcnpo-tanee We And the following dispatches In tho Houston Telegraph of .the 20th : e;->,■ < '. ■ Cami'ís, July 17. From Memphis Bulletin of 18th Inst. BelUmore July 7th : This afternoon tho rebel ad- vance made efforts to gain Menocuuy. Brig Gin. Wallsoe, Federal.formed ton ralle oust of lovrn. The tight commenced at 4 o'clock and lasted till S o'olook. Tne rebela after being lepulced throe ' timet retired. Gen. Taylor was also taken prisoner, and that the enemy's floreo numbered at least twenty thousand Our troop behaved well, but sottVred sever* los ¡ he is retreating toward* Baltimore. (Signed,) K. M. STANTON. Gen. Wallanoe Is confident of holding Frederick. We have uotaicci tallied the uumkar of ' woutids4JH PMoaatcx, Ju'y 8tli, r u. ilokets firing—rebela fell hock killed and -Isi-t night reported No light to-day-but are,000. pcrrofpon PPHPIPHPMÉMpm|í1 were not burned, bnt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 27 July 1864

1 fct V : ' ■" W; " '•■V; '^'Sl ■■■'( I PH Jlfe M SllÉtiy$w from Uta SF HHPw&xii ;v írfSS f^-/. ' *•• ,'1 • V;,i ■ ". '• /«H eSSSpWBWI Uolleo- Hal ,,iO ppa Wb «ra RUiasa wm 1 1 lOUttty Treasurer, annm the name candidate for Couuty led to announce Hon. J. W. oonnty, * a candidate for ney Oeneral of the BtaU^of ort*ed f) announce 0. W. t* for Dlitrlol Attorney for al District. authorized to announce A. R MOR- for re-eloctton to tbe office of iter of Travis County, at the en- sutlirf aleotton. tO- We are authorised to annonnre HKNRY THOMAS aa a candidate (or Chief Justice of Travis County, at tbé entnlng August eteetion. We are authorised to announce AARON P. of Gtllelaud's Creek, at a candidato for ofTravIt Oonnty, W« are authorised to aonoaoce Judie R. __ 1 of Aaderton oonnty sen candidate tlate Justice of the Supreme Court. * We are authorized to announce Judge JAS. "XL as a candidate for Chief Justice of the ne Court at the etitulng August oieckiu. authorized to announce Hon. O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 3 August 1864

, Y wSSSmsSKÍ -SB SK ,t*v ES 999983 BY FBIDtY'S KAIL B) b 'i.'.s'...iii.',1 AUSTIN, TEXAS, TCltíK J mm Wm . ■' '1 . ': Wm, mt Éii Ifrom the news reoolved bv this morning'* mull, It apjwura our fgrcos are withdrawing from Vary* laail, laden with an immente amount of uppUes. Johnson alio i* reported felling buck from Atlanta) hut with the new* earning a* It does, entire ly through VatikiHi paper*, It It Imponible to know what to believe. The following dispatches from the Houston papers, contain «II we can find ol a late d*" Oa* , July 85th, 1881. [7iom the Oblongo Tiist* of the 18th] The number of rebels who appeared before Wash- ington ia eetliuated by oue paper of that city at Uve hundred, aud by another at thirty thousand. What- ever their force may have been, they have unduut- dl> succeeded In making their esoape. During their retreat they luive plotted up what little plunder wat overlooked daring their advance. At latest advloes they were moving down the Louden Valley, with an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 3 August 1864

.;:. .• ,, ' V •■ mm Jfel * . ** vf be fairly t rows from But tbl* morning j a apton* ot , lii which be olty, ¡other ling tbat ho had been ere ha doubtlc** been V n d In the coots* Of the next b'y get lb® truth of the mat. of Johnston on account of hi* repented retreat , the lalMr.mce prabably the case, wo bavoalways entertained the m* t on- Joo 3J mo la John.ton' military .kill ofld to handle it large army. Hood' tactic are t, therefore we may Icok for come in the eonrw of amall ha doubtless eomm oe#d long ere thin. No change *ppea?s to bare taken place tn front of Poterabnrg, end matter generally were •1'iietin Virginia. The raider* Into Marc lad ap- pear to bate returned by way of Lynohburg, laden with «pilla, and lti * thought much largertore* would bo ent Co a socond expedition. The resignation of llr. Uemmloger and tb« ap- pointment of O, A. Pr*nbo!m I tho only news we have direct from Richmond, which como in the ■hap* of o dispatch, dated July 18th. We wonder who Mr. Pronholm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 10 August 1864

1— v.„;^; ' 4-Í' < f.^ra ftM { mam m lilp 'tí ■ ' m - ; Kill M t, , rM>:r <£ mmm fi: y.1fd {'ft V U- >?ii MBm YOL. XV. BY HUIMY'S MAIL. Owing to a disastrous tire la Crockett, which to reported to hay* bqrned up half the town, la eluding the Telegraph office, the Houston papera have beon outoff fromoowmunloatlon with 8hr« «- port, consequently we have no newt by this morn* log's mall later than the let. The following we find Id the Gulve tou New of the 3rd Bhbsvspobt, Aug. Jit, 1864. Sen. Gano, with ai hundred men. attacked the Federal Bth Kansas cavalry, four mile from Port Hintih, and routed (hem completely, capturing four hnndred alx shooter , two hundred Sharp'* rifle , one hundred and twenty- ®ven prisoner?, and every horse loaded with plunder ana suttler' stores, We oopy from the Telegraph's dispatch the following additional particular : «en. Gano, Clol. Folsow and Lieut. Col. Wells were In oomAiacd of a detachment from their several commands In the engagement. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 10 August 1864

&v* ' t of Tenaesen , we heve which timo aklrailshlog wa t bctwe*n tiio «wo armiee In thi* p*rt oí ib* newa lo ««.'wring, Price entered that State with a reported Tren* Mlmlssippl Department1. qjfa... 1, iMwmmm Arkinne* and Gen Walker «uoceed* htm u Com mender of the Dl.trtet ol ^H. Mexico* Arltoam while ( en, Backner take* command of (be Department or Loulslaua. Front our fan Antonio correspondence, It will be aeon that ail doubt at to the evacuation o I Brownaville la at last l having eowe through B.owusvllle i to San Antonio, within the hut I writing the above we have conversed i, who left Houston on Monda ' at Cyj'iess Station, and having be telegraph office, be there leor led . Mr, Xerafr.der, that dlepatahes lived to the effect that a deaperate • near Atlanta, between Hood , In whtoh Hood had aohleved « great Vankee lota bring mted at between 0 and 10,000. Thla newa waa at leeat expected, and we are Inclined to b*ll*V* It. victory, Proatdent for , which were ap- h Ml* In t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 17 August 1864

AUSTIN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, Aü VOL. XVI. •■■rt H ' • I , Mi? -"r^yh';A,y- ' i r (i I «■■ti A '' MÍ BY FBIMY'B MAIL Wo havo but little In the woy o( news ibis morn- ing, though the Hour'on papers have four day ' later dati a from Shrevtport, as will bu seen bjr the following dispatches : From th '' New ." Shrevejtort, Aug. 8,1894.—A gontleman ofTexaa, ndorsed bv a prorulneut gentleman of that Bute, tiio other #ldo, s .tys that ho wu# overtakun nau who Informed him tli afjmtoh atChrystid Sprini mt tlmt Grant bad made a nil .H iult on oar work at Petersburg, and had boon lost from by a young man w ti o tniormeu rum mat no r*.aa a telegraphic dl-patch at Chrystid Spring , Miss. that stated tu fffoot that Grant bad mode a previous as .H'iult on our work at Potent— — *"■* u— repulsed with groat alaughtrr. The fallowing special 10 the Philadelphia Bulle- tin, under date City Point, July 88th, seems to oon- tlrm this «tatemen . All last night and th<s moi n- ¡U1Í (Wedneedaj) there hat been...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 17 August 1864

glp), I ''o • V-1'*"*0 ■ ^ .i, ■ i,, - BiHl k|I® musm í gm r column,a " n. Pryor La, of % artlcl* lo <mr lat Wo «ladTy «rali wm s-h— iba column of our though, wlien , w* bad no 1dm We do thl* th* the Houston papara .(í.,1 i abot from I ft appear* bar, and tbua i fib* London Nawa. dry built man, with " la about fifty yeir* id flue, and a foard r._. s alyla. Ha had on l*a cap, and (an English naval He declined to *ee any > hotel. Mis flrat lieutenant ta a flus , In answer to quatton*, Cspt. I alt th* property he possessed, . f sixty chronometers, which ha had captured federal merchantmen, in '-na to going ont to fight Ihe be waa completely deceived as ormsrnont of the Fedrnl ahlp. •d of the Koarsagewos that slcop of-war. If b« bad known an iron clad, nnd mqeb more than the Alabama, ho won Id not . m it waa madness to do *o. He said jht between the Alabama and Kearsage taught another leason In naval wsrfore, that to usolessiiess of ordlnarjr ship* of-war like the tbo VU and havil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 24 August 1864

Xímí VOL. XVI. AUSTIN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1864. % ; , J iisíí ■ ¡1Wi i £•. f', I BY FRIDAY'S MAIL. We have nothing Utter this tuomlng from Mobile or In fsot any where blue, We give the following which la all we can find In the Houston papera i, From the " New ." Canulen, August 14tli, 1844.—Col. Green's brl- gade has effeotually blockaded the Mississippi, umr Guinea' landing. Ho lias numerous siega gUus In position. But oue transport, the Empresa, a New Orleana packet, attempted the pnbssgo, nnd abe waa riddled and driven back up the river two lutlea, where she sunk, a total wreck, within forty yards of tbe ahore. There la also another blockading squadron in the vicinity of MllUcivri'n B¡-nd. Navigation ou the Lower Mississippi is at an end. Caudkm, Auguat 16th, 1884. Ric/imond Bth.—A Oourt of Inquiry is abouUo bo convened to inquire Into the cause* of the dfflw- ter at Petersburg. Federal los el* thousand. Con- federate* oooupy Hagerstow n, Maryland. Petersburg, flth. — G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 24 August 1864

mmmm .< . <•:..*&.< #/A\ "... ■■' 3.Vr ^t®ÍSI#S^S Pl t linos T this beading, > fir* oía serles oí il of this De- r Lea, Senator from tbe ■wn IftS is'íife m£ . • i te *f H Rü HH1 Ü^.f, .f' W&Má" ®«7 no-.v-«1 - «^HilHÍÍ: the writer, la "to attain relief from existing error lo the exportation of ootton, and tbe ' alega!, practical, end reliable system i« the business," We have, for somo calling public attention to the many in tbe management of lula bust, esent military plan, sod Its entire Inefficiency to supply the want# of the army and tbe people; but ao far, without any beneficial res nits that wo know of. Notwithstanding the pub- lication of the President's Regulation , Issued by virtue of an Act of Congress, especially for this Department, no notice appears to bo token of It at Hoaiqnarteri, hat the same system, in direct violation of those regulations, continuo to be pur- sued*heno weoan hare no hopo for any change, unlets publlo sentiment be aroused on the su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 31 August 1864

' ■nPv^4ÍíÉÉiÍMÉÉÉÉÉ i «Hi ■ i E « ¡ük XVI. Ül Jv ■<> ' líW;. ¡iM BY FBUHY'S MAIL. W# have leveitl days later dato by this malí, but no new of any interest. Mobile, Atlante and Petersburg were all right on the 16th. Nothing farther liad b«n heard from Early's expedition Into Maryland. We condensa the following des- patches from the Telesrraphlo column of the " New*" of the 24tb, received from Camden the day previous : Mobile, Aug. 15.—This evening two monitor and Ave gunboats crossed Dog River bar. coming up within two mllos of obstruction and opened lire three hours on our batteries and gunboat , doln¿ no damage; one gunboat replied haudsomely —batteries silent. At sunset the enemy hauled off. my Bpeoisl to the BegWer from Oxford, August U. Chalmers dashed Into Abbeyvllle, whipped the enemy, capturing twenty-five prisoners, and fell book four miles; the #wmy attacked and were repulsad; our loss fiv* killed and twenty-flve wounded; the,enemy's loss flftv killed and two hundred...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 31 August 1864

:■ ■•■■Vi:} "■:■:■:■■ HHHH .'L '">V aj ' ¿¡ •- 1 '■/■■ "■'■' ' • .... , /""• iRSlÉf . : ■ I ■ • ' ::m s■. .vV.t^ív.-^,: Í■ e -■iiP&íí■ .■: •.■ ■>. • iH . . ■■"írw- ' •' • lOÉt-'M ♦..•/ • '/■ i: íc ill. . «, M Annul, T.xaa, August SI, 1864. I K. Kuwv Bmitu. In Command of U>« 1 Department. ; -f ) closing my formop leter, this la > the rrovMons of tba !« «, reg- r of tb« Confederate govern- e Exportation of Cotton, and lo men t aoocernlng tbelr obligation oo all person , ■ fi'fyéM ■ til MMMiA' that no &•■■>': fes m i-' ■■<■ IB Í$#V«3®Í* «Bl Wm. ■ iSHi "v'vjr,,.ívlu mm or THE WEEK , daring Ihe pa t week, at leaatauoh M*i if look for, while *uoh dally transpiring «aat of tb« . Iba fata of Richmond «till bang In ¡a, though It «eem* lo be very generally both North and South, that lu occupation ijf ia a thing impo**ibl*. Still the .eige wema to be regarded U tbi ,i* prenaed on with apparently vigor by the enemy aa they meet with ii and defeatt. The new we re- i I m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 7 September 1864

amw&á '"■fí® V ? «I 'ft . -.'A-.,■ Ov$¡¡ ■ a.! >':#᧠. PH «'"'•i: i<1W. VOL. XVI. AUSTIN, TE state that Senator Wade and II. Northern BY FRIDAY'S HAIL. ' We bare no later dates by this mail than pre- viously received. The new ire find to the Hoc*ton papers ts however Interesting, from whlob we oopy as follows: Speolal to the Telegraph. Ualvsíítoh, August 80,1864. Net York, Aug. 18th —The Federal losa In front of Petersburg on the 80ih July, amounted to five thousand six hundred and forty. All the Federal troops at New Orleans moved op the river on the 24th alt. Various statements made In the publlo Journals make it almost certain that Gen. Lee having left the defenoe of Petersburg and Klobmond to the care of Oen. Beauregard, la moving the greater part of his army towards the Potomao, with a view to maroh upon Harrlsburg and down the banks of the Susquehanna to Philadelphia. On Monday morning considerable excitement waa occasioned la Frederick, lid., by a rumor that the or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 7 September 1864

Ac CO. In Tr> i mv; f official . Detail* a..t.., Tura , Sept. 7,1884. iby tüurn. In Command oí the l Department, ■.'■/■■.- , cf obli 7,1804. p accumulating tbe I to be more precslog I of cotton than to make «try understanding, that i Judge Lea's Brit tetter to General Smith dlKtocid Information, «aid to b« reliable, that tb# President' relation , when known, would supersede the present military orders Tot th# fallii, which we might hare in such informat'on la weakened by tho continuance of business tinder these orders. A abort time moat remote the doubt, whether the Goner ! ha Intended to observe the fresidsnt's regulation . it The high reputation of General Smith ha# been cherished by us, asd wo were much gratified by the Information, that he did Intend to adopt and en- tore the regulate , made tinder the act of Con- greaa. Our anxiety, thai ho should do so, luoreaaea with reflection oa the obligation , which appear to rent on him. Theee obligation* hare been presented, in the a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 14 September 1864

H*v i m R Sot I i-' f(tr! M 5$* «S3 M4SPi$ f' W' '• m-. '.* • J , I 1 1 VOL. XVI. ' : mm AUSTIN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 91 > ;§: S" / r..u , \ \ ^ 1 \ \ BY FRIDAY'S MAIL. We have datas from Moblla, Atlanta and Peters- burg to tb« 30th. Thi- news la unimportant. We copy tbe following dispatches from the Houston Telegraph. : Oahdm, Bept. 8th, 1884. Mobile. Aug. 28.—The fl g of truoe boat returned last evening. The Yankees say Fort Morgan oaptt- ulated at two o'clook, Tuesduy last. On Mo.iday the enemy concentrated on Fort Morgan, whloh replied spiritedly. Towards day the bombardment was resumed; In tbe meantime the enemy suocoeded In getting their howitzers In position and kept up a heavy lire on our guns and gunners from the rear, and with the assistance of Ills mortar fleet, succeeded In damaging several gun carriage*. Gen. Page destroyed every thing In the foit and spiked the guus. He and garrison surrendered, (588 men,) and were sent to New Orleans Seven- teen killed a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 14 September 1864

Second, persone ileal aod ngrloiil terms. Third, r s2ÍM <-T , # t 1 Army Smith to go with the , I a* authorised to my doom oxpedient. TM« p- militar; pretension all over •apli" hosbesn the most for aequlosclng In military raeu- burdensome they may tr actually determine to om of tbe"T l- be«B U>advoc to the authority, una to wmmever would qne tfon It. . that paper baa been teeming with edito- t of thla klud—vladJoUlng arbitrary mili ary pretence of n ce lty—*od urging public and eo-operutlon—ending one such article with the quotation f a little misapplied phllosóphysltig: "better bear the ill we bare, than to those we know not of." What did our of the ••Telegraph" mean by thl* oracular la there real'y worn* la «tore for the , If they be itot cheerfully subservient f Mr luch tcachlnge of the "Telegraph," bo «ai lurpiUti toflud that paper rara- against the verylshought of imposiug an lz- , tax or duly fry military power. Yet "liN ¡should remember the old saw-' circumstances alter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 21 September 1864

í VOL. XVI. I mil ii «H IMÉ&Ífa«gftg AUSTIN, TEXAS, BY (BIOIY'S MAIL. I this mcrntng we hnvo full confirmation of the fall of Atlanta. Though unquestionably a dlsottsr, It cannot be regar lied M decisive of the eompalgn la Georgia, nud If Hood hat laved bli army, the possession of that point may not avail Bheruiau much, a* every advance he make* draws bim further from ble tata of (applies, the route to which is now being threatened by Wheeler. Though the following dispatches aro all from Yankee papers, they leave but little doubt that Atlanta was given up on the 1st Instant to the enemy. The Houston Telegraph espies the following from Flske's Bulletin of the 13th; Yesterday we sent out a flag of truee to the blochadeis. We are Indebted to Oen. Hawed and Cspt. Eelly, our troce oflloers, for New OrU-ain papers of the 8ih and 7th lust., ulso for the follow- ing Information: The blookaders have a Mrs. Todd on board who Applies to our authorities for permission to pass outlines. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 21 September 1864

mm itym w MiX r ~ ..;T^iP IK&i 9=B ■ :':sül :i¥:t ■-"> -it"1 > K®? 21, 1864. public 'Ion of Judg* 1 co room t.r * nummary editor !, toll w* feel H twill b* wi U repaid by their peru- letter In our iMaeiJif uwty, i very Important featuro Id With tbe exportation of roll on, and □not but be more or )«*• Interesting to , a* being so Immediately «ad directly I with the great struggle In wb'oh we are We are alio gratified to learn that theae (attracted attention at Headquarter*, we may reasonably expect tome good . a arlo* therefrom, Tb'« wai nor only ob- lo devoting «> l*ig:: a speco In onr eolumns to tho discussion lit a subji ct which had almost been worn threadbare, and from whloh no edvantegV «•mod likely to result, until It «ra* taken up by I Lea, wh « enlarged experience, aound Judg- , and unsullied reputation was an ample guar- anty that It would be dtalt with according to its merits. V,'.'" >■«:" ■>; A very short summary will «ufflce for a rocosplt- ulstlcn of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 28 September 1864

' M1 $Éíil & BrapPHBBWiji I &M. #9 ■ ^|H^PKKBiIHhHNEMHM9MHÍÍ I-fc-'-'v-í $$8 ."'Tnw Süüüli 4i¡ ■> ■:-;' , - i ;« v ■■ í)fPÍ NO. 7. tax payer when the tax was lm. an ibera by ' foregoing instruction* and instructions (rom the SB wm É$i mm Bm IB* ffefl liltl «Tfffi t the Northern ettlti - me hundred guns be i honor of the vletory. TpPflP? SiB$nK&ür«3 Tgsfc&l? «JS lletln'of the lOtb ssyi: Nothing •tint or Sherman. i speoial dispatch to the V®«| wo i «tore "beyond the ttMBMud rebel obtrtsoc, with 8 fóíft ^tUrd*' % Thiwb- £^*«i®y,« 8 federal r the Ool. nkim. mile*-eouthw«* t ct lined , nagi i*i*y alight—Bo bridge* or utoven rebel* captured. ended twenty. TheNiibvWeTlmc* a dispatch reoelved thl morning report* seal's foro pursuing Wheeler «oath of Duck * Ol -I i panning Wheeler «oath i Monroe, Sept. 8th—The tfte«m*r Chamber* 1 to New York, put In horo lW«¿bTd?D' fflp ,,-v ifti fm Jflns Yort, Sept. «.-Gold I* StSffi&PiTr The robeto are «reottog «Wong workij^ MM : -"'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 28 September 1864

I • '• • v--íí • "*CW:V i • f: •.•'••í-1' -:? FMm'm & ■ >" . \ s^$ü % mm iBeéklg State ©alette, '■ rUELlJUSD ITUt wkskmdaí ivinixo, BY X . RICHARDSON «to CO. TERMS! B0B8CR1PTION.— 84 00 pjjr annum, payable In adrante. Half-yearly gryuarterly a iiittia. ADVERTISING.—11 00 per squats of eight linea or leea. ' AUSTIN, TEX AS.... SEPT. 28, 1864. tiV In another colaran, will be found aome new Tax regulation and instruction* Uaued by the C. b. Treasury agent at Marshall, under the late amendment* on the Taxlawe,and the new law* paased at the leet aesslon of Oongre**. We wonld call attention to a very important item la the date when Confederate Five dollar bill* oea*e to be re celved at their faoe value by the Depositarle*, and in the collection of the revenue*. The law di* ttnetly taya "astil the 1st day or October, bat after that time they shall be suttfeit to a tax, Jfco. <to.," which oleaily showes that they are fundable and rooelvuble on that day, but not afterward*. These i...

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