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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 October 1914

Donks of ElUs. ■HIM ? :r;.p - .' •• : • '-.. r, I aip going to tell K a story about politics in a FY that will go i/a Jnnc S pi a \ / \ land U richest, reason that none but a understands history and economics can explain, therein ex- ists the greatest amount of pover- ty, this is true in the black land in the valley of the Nile, in the best portion* of Ireland, and in every portion of Southern Eurppe where a Romanoff or a Hapsburg dynasty rules over the masses of the people with gun and sword, parliament press, and church. Why should we wonder then if in the landlord cursed state of Texas the most fruitful portion should be the worst landlord ridden. It would appear to a sane man that where nature is most bountiful there should be the greatest am- ount of happines, but alas! it is no so. So now let me tell you the story of the latest development of the landlords of the richest black land county of the state. In Ellis county more cotton is produced than in any other coun- ty of like ...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 October 1914

WSffiMS iSaif Rpfi m nmm, >' .t ^ - w1- SJirfM.fe, \ . ■ ' •.;•■ ■ T:.; IP * i / \ • -5 ■ ■ wmB |§3s -^V •; " ■"{■;/•->■■-Xy^':^t"■ ■ K'\ -V://' : . -' •*" • ' ' . ■ - ', >. • •' J ■ : , ;y. ■•-'*; ^"V *■ " - >« 4 •J- - ' ' - • M . ' .•,-. . *. •* . .. • ..* • ,.V.i" Oklahoma Notes. (B. M. Sinclair, State Secretory.) K I i ' !K I ■ I El: ;' : i U| I: H ?4 f | |" f i, i i r f> iW.S o'J* A. & The grmtert campaign rrer wt(ed j, the south by the working rius, is about to eloee in Oklahoma. It has been planned, financed and carried on by the workers of this state. In two thous- and five hundred precincts, the repre sentatives of the Socialist party have worked with unswearving effectiveuew and (WthuHinsm. The campaign has been a wonderful exhibition of class solidarity. This campaign has been waged in a clean «ut and creditable fashion. Tho broad and butter" question has been kept to the front at all times. The cla«s struggle has ycen the key- note. Slanderous personal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 November 1914

iJmmm , : :-v' ■;■•■? T. A. HICKBT, 50c per ymrt tMm of (40wwta) If this Number is opporiU +mm yoiur nam« four subaerip 1741 tion expires next isms SAT CRD A r, NOVEMBER, ,T; 1914 BALLETTSV1LLE, TEXAS, of Mmr. 3, 1879. Tir* EUROPEAN WAR 1 m SOCIALIST CAM PAWS WINDS VP. TWO KINDS OP ENCAMP- MENTS. From HalletUviMe New Em. If it wer« not for the tragedy of it an, the Socialists might be in- elined to genuine laughter whoa a donk greet* him and says: "Well you Socialists did nojt stop the war in Europe. You are a nice lot of people fighting for the Kai- swr and the kings." Why our risible faculties are stirred can be readily wen when we consider that the gentlemen who approaches us with, this remark is invariably a bitter Opponent of the war, suffer- ing as a result of the war through the low cost gTproducts and the high cost of living and yet has vot- ed for the war that we voted against and then blames us for not stopping that which he voted for. It is amusing to watch the Donkg cry ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 November 1914

,'i , . ; i wm- SfS^mism V"5' EpSig ?8$ •"Tr-'^.-w tr§tf^T „ -'V *? I £ & mmm — SBES5 ... ,' ;' , i i I d ! J S;1 1 !? tj? i ;i i i ■i: ! Si 11 1 1 I f ft ; I m i ~ j H I * I jl i <> itoM s in Mexico. One of the trite utterances of the average editor# of the Capi- talist press is that nobody knows what i> going on in the war atone of Europe orMexico. This being understood I say with extreme gladness that I do know of something that my friends of the muzxled press are extremely silent about. I l)elieve that I have a scoop on them when I publish the position that the fighters for land and liberty in Mexico take at this moment. This document should b« read by every citizen in the United States who" takes a particle of interest in human af- fairs It should be road carefully by the man in the aide door sleepers, and the man who lives in Euclid Avenue in Cleveland, Ohio, or his friends in 5th Avenue, New York, or even in the Back Bay in that famous Boston town. «• The reason ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 November 1914

L^^_: t. ,.. ' - ^ '' ' *3C v . ..,; • ■• - !*-: ■>j%s$gg| M V -•r :£i i-'%±'s ?.■•■': -S ite" '■■ri'-. V1'/.,:'.■ J\ 4. Hickey, 8tai, Secrttary, HalUttsvilU, T«xat\ oi ogies to the real mules ate up against it. Cotton is a failure. A (food many have planted peanuts as a money crop. We have a good crop of nuts but we cannot sell them at any price and can't even pay our debts with them. Further we cannot get anything on credit Kcbcl WKjve. tb.Ut*.haven't got any money, w. Lmze! ORGANIZE! •V t •. v •••■ v''.' ^ ■■■& e Socialists of the state turn to now iayfhat of or- tion. The state mW be for the Socialist party'in Every man who has studied rkings of political parties that it matters not how the sentiment may be a the masses of the people for rty unless that party is thor- y organized it will meet with in defeat and when the Rebel thoroughly organized we n that it has been organized devoted adherents in every vot preeinct of the state. ake the demochatic party for ance. It has...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 November 1914

ft .gtp* v" ilk iijn ;■• ■ mrm,\—s'*-4.u. .,u.i)t;.:fr~. , • :,M#i •s«- ;?*■ F * ■': \ ;■ )X; *%. /'.':•'.''• •' SSP* i p..f!pi gfrg# *gftN ■ **o%> • .„ IfPWlWWI Mil 5*w8S®E52H*&^ ■ s: ■: : \ , -yg, 'Sjj® IV •; - S^*i^rr ?-•• f • t !■* ■ hi±1 Athens Texts, Oct. 20. Mr. T. A. Hiekey, Hallettsville, Texas. Dear Comrade .— : „ JfJCtt-Jt ■ Comrade:— I lectured at th Mii ftom A If an. - Oct. 21, 1914. %> I K I I;1 ' I I M. I i ii i I I 1 I I •i I I * :rS H I ? It? i I ' | r| I 3 if J iJ Ii ' R i *.*« 1' it* J? if.a 4! if . /. fx- M ■ii ;l|i t: We are Thw« is a buMlu'l of mail hero awaiting sOteotion and there is but just time to make a hurried cleaning up nd start out on the next trip which will last - until along toward middle of next month. But who could resfet the request of the Babel'* editor, Tbs wretch M ho could ought to he electrocuted aikl only the fact that we arc un- alterably opposed to capital pun- ishment would save him. You will find the article en- closed. Every...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 November 1914

jh m m —■ir:''jV:"' : ' ■ . .lit?; — . , , 7 V;. •' ■ • - '. ■ — : _ ^ ..„ -■■:\^m^m ™ . ^ j - *:- • . '" ~" «• " " ....-, ^ .. _. ' vJ. " .;_ . 9 ES m ■ ;• 'cft-. REBEt - SO, a • - year. in dibs of four or more - 40 weeks, 25c each. ,it T. A. HICKBY, Editor and Owner 60o per jmt; elnt* of four or more (40 weekt) 25c. If thio Number it opporiW - _ — your name your ittbacrip 175 tion expires next iarne THB OBBA* APPEAB QUUT TO 01 OHLY BECAUSE W1 ARB 0* OU1 KNEES — LET 91 *°T" Entered u second dm matter July 1, kL> 1011, at the pwtoffice at Halletta HALLETT8VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914. viOe, Tex., under act of Mar. S, 1879. mm Returns The vote cast for the Socialist party shows an immense in- lease in every portion of the United States. Once again will the voice 1 labor be hesrd in the halls of congress. The Socialists have capt- fed Tammany Hall's greatest stronghold on the east side of New irk City by electing Meyer London, the champion of the oppressed Irment worke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 November 1914

* : •" : ■ / - - - - 'l vv";- J\ ' X • - V, V-:y . . . 1, . . . . J - ,.'■ ■■ - • : .. ■ - - " ' - - - ^ ■' "■ f ■ ,-. • ■ v. ^ ' ._•• ' - . •« I!' | |i ! fe I \ § W I 1 Iff TEXAS NOTES. Pf :[// saammmmm THE OKLAHOMA VOTE. ' ■ " '• -\-f" ifcv.'-V ■ ' f'- : , T. A. Hickey, State Secretary, Hallettsville, Texas. J. A, Lambert writes from Sa-| EateHine, Tex., Nov. 1, 1911 binal stating that some of the So Mr. T. A. Hickey, cialiata went 9 miles through the Hallettflvill& Tex. - 1 Just as we go to press we receive mud to the Kipia l>ox and found l)ear Comrade:— from State Secretary II. M. Sin the county judge had sent the bal-|, You will find enclosed tSHLinb hlair the vote for Oklahoma, it « t , . n . , i lot box away with the bailiffs and cards for the Rebel. I bought the shows an increase of 27 per cent F, • i ,, rganued. thCy eould not vote. He think*]cards of Chaa. McMurray of Wil- Lver the vote of two years ag0 ant n J?i. « mim COiUr"_ . j that il wafi became a majority in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 November 1914

ww. ■■ EDUCATIOAL. CONFER ENCE- The conference for education in Texas is the high sounding title of an organization with headquarters k in the- Austin National Bank build- ing. This body desires the citizen* of Texas to do all in their power to improve th« educational system of the state. In a recent communica- tion sent to th« press of Texas they pointed out that a sound and im- partial study of the educational system of Texas conducted by the Russell-Sage foundation discloses the disquieting information as to the rant which Texas holds anions the 48 states in ten specific educa tional features. From this investigation We learn the percentage of children enrolled in school shows Texas forty sixth. In the value of school plants Texas is thirty sixth. In the annual ex- penditure per child Texas is thirty ninth. The number of school day ? per year finds Texas forty second. As to the matter of lengh of school year Texas is thirty-ninth. In the percentage of attendance Texas is trailing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 November 1914

SPP jjpESg 'V^'*- '-■ i'-'-i- .■".,' ■ ..' v,>\' .-w fj'; .', ' :'•■ •- - v y;W;; fl I I {'. If i> dr r. ^ 11-i| •If I m < IKv I! I H fi < b& Correspondence m $w ;mk Democnt prosperity I cited him to the long faced hard working tenant who lost on Wllaoniam What Would Happen. Yoakum, Oct 25, 1914. Mr. T. A. Hickey, Hallettaville, Tap. Dear Comrade:—! I wish to answer the ueation asked in the last issue of the Rebel as to what would happen should E. R. Meitzen be elected governor and shortly after his election all the good farming land in Texas would be thrown t^ actual fanners that is now being held for speculative purposes. 1 dn not feel that I am qualified to answer this great Question as it should be answered, ut I do be- lieve that any Henry Dubb should be able to forecast a few things that would happen. First: Their being over a hun- dred million acres of good farming land'in Texas that has never felt the touch of a plow this being a sufficient amount of land to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 November 1914

■ >;; ■' '■*■' uf <—.n , r^>" ^ ""■•... I I g^g-, , -', V. tJ^-yv •• . 't I ■ ^-:- ' *■ & -'■ * **' grey* ■*y-*;-%& :' \^- • ' •: • . . ■' • *ri:'" - . \* •; .. •. v\ .■■■•■••- ' -. ■ „ ■: * ■• .. ?T72r~3 T. A. HJCOT, Bator and OwMT 60s per jraart duba of four «r more (40 weeks) Ha. If thi Number li opporiw ^ your nam* toot subocrip 17v tion expires next im* ■■ M llMhftijL ttlc ' '-., " ''• " ' 1 ! HALLETTSYILLE, fEXAS, , SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 19H. *Q. 175 1, 1879. SL Need of the ' ■^'JMS &■ ■M- - ■■ 4lh^ from we _ will ait in tiM faMae of repreaentatw* _ mm. without exception - iuae k *k to organization. an axiom in oar it party. That thia is true party in this state rould go from second into first we must organize in every [precinct in the state. Already our comrades in Oklahoma are plan- ^to have a working organiza- f tion in every voting box in the mis- tletoe state and we of Texas must enter into friendly rivalry with our comrades across the line and go in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 November 1914

If®*--- ; V ; . . ■ : V:.. ' ... ■W-\- fSI? > V ■ t : •Im I ms ■ r?i* ['." m ' tt' i H I- H. I# ■ m ji m -I H K. I> 1 '; I ' h i$- I fi II 5' if lit: I?* ■ ..r. 'm'j I ' m ' ISP ;fcv IS- m ¥ p' ft H | ii| j.f i£. fM i if. K I1 ■ jfr.i * m i Therefore ta> question is being framed on urn lions of lips; "Why should 1.010 ratio become s Russian colony *, that the silent man with the bil, lion dollars who ever fears the shining dagger of the assassin add ■t Ts-rx a Thf Rebel has received inside in formation from Denver, Colorado, that undiluted hell is going to'still more wealth to his collosa) break loose just about the time the hoard when sueh^fealth is drawn Ne* Yean bells are ringing in tbe from the veins of Colorado coal year 1915 in every portion of that and the veins of human labor?" Russianized state. John D. Koike Let Mr. John <D. Rockefeller, fd|j$r, acting through his attor-jSr,, beware < the consequences of eH|rs and understrappers, carried the apts of his murd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 November 1914

■BP#""'" * '■ M --.-^ .:•: :;•, ■>■■ ' /. N / * <> :,./; ^ . .i 1 .1 * ' i,' ■ wr :<£'C - BBBSSg $$T&U ■ ■<« .- H y ' ; < - -f^ «v \ (T. A. Hickey, State 8ec. Hallettsvilk, Tex.) election notes. Stonewall Gains. The Socialist vote in Stonewal, ./, Texas is as follows, Meit- zen and Noble 13!i Debs in 1912 75, gain in two years, 64. We elected one commissioner and re- ected one justice of the peace (H. * n.) S. J. Layne. Rainbow. Texas. • • * The rural precincts of Comman- che Co. so far as we can find out nearly all went Socialist. We got one commissioner in my pre- cinct and came within a few votes of securing another. H. Martin, D<j Leon, Tex. • • • Increases in Taylor. No more news from the elction. The Donks keep everything in the dark. They cannot 'look a man in tlie face. We have made a big in- crease. J. K. Gibbs, Abilene, Texas. • • • Big Gain In Bishop. Inclosed find a check for i$2.00 for which send mo sub cards. His hop.is only 4 years old. In the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 November 1914

saw PS p JBSBI M: J£?T:: m wm ' —* .■ 1', WS IS li "*•:; • 1 'o''Vvv'i. •• '* .' ' '' •, ' :T:rr ■•'■ v v: ' ';, * _ SSSSB SSSSWe., Ms Zp'^pi t0cmpi>^ ri« ur. ONES. W> OF JEW IN CON l®c !Wp , G^ESS. . ASOTHi wf tV; >< (Margaret Widdmer.) ■Tj$>v' n i I 1 >:•.■■ ' I I mm i w I Addremng yefterday _ to audience that filled Madison Square Garden, Meyer London. Socialilt Reprewmtaive-elect from what haa been called "The Tam- many Twelfth," aiad that when he enters Confpresi the nation will arc ''a new" type of Jew^-nme en- tirely different from the kind tlu t Tammany Hall and aimilar politi- cal ) dieii have been tending to the legislative halls. The assertion was received with trcmendou sapplauae. Mr. London arrived at the Gar- den at 5 o'clock, when Morria Hill- quit was talking. Hfllqnit had to step back while the crowd let loose its felings with "The Mar- seillaise" and with much less musical roars. "They're expert noisemakers " said Mr. London afterward. Algernon Le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 November 1914

. HICKBY, 50c per eluha of four more (40 weeks) tte. If this Number to opporffc your name yoor enbeerip tion expiree next imt Crate of - #• weeks, Sic each. - T HALLSTT8VILLM, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, CHAPTER II. Once* |he r/. * Kvee « man named the Tcxm bench And yet again Mother «f hk greet characters said: "Yen can't bio* oat the stain." "Murder is murder", said Roo- sevelt in the Outlook and murder is murder, say* The Rebel. The application of then sayings to the deacon of the Baptist ahureh in Euclid avenue, Cleveland, 0., is centered around the graves in the tent colony in Ludlow, Colorado, that were made last April and in which were incinerated the bodies of 34 women and children. AH the water in all the oceans will not wash out that stain from the soul of the man that is responsible for the crime, the Big Deacon of Cleveland, 0. So far as The Rebel is concerned, we would be perfectly willing to bide our time and let the law take its ordinary course which would re- sult, if law...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 November 1914

$r/VV' ir^ SSpMite >•■ v ■• f'' -s -' ": •' -■■•■ ^-Y' * ■'■ •$ '■ -■r^r "V u ;;••■ ••: • •- • t! . .. ••':•v- • ■•- - «' ■1——ii ■!■ i mi I ii i in ■ 11 ■ m ma Answers to Cor- L. P., Tona, Tex. — Four thous- and men ia Texsa pay bonua. Tenants are increasing at the rata of 40t# per year. Tom Ball agreed to tike a million a year out of the school fund which would have amounted to M a piece fojf 250, 000 tenant*. It Menu to k- in "fours" aii round. That is the heighth ol Bonk statesmanship. A. B. L, Dalian, Texas—Should judge the Texaa vote will be be- tween 40,000 and 50,000. The muriiJed prow haa played down the vote worse tbia year than ever in its muzzled history, so* we are de- pending upon our friends to send it in. Another thing that is ap- parent is that the Bull Moose aud Republican parties are almost non eat, while the Deinocratis vote fell off enormously our party being the ouh- one that gained. • • • B. \V. W., Pittsburg, Okla.—As t„ whether or not Thomas Jeffer- son wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 November 1914

1 ' < i ijili^ilMljOHM n-MtwroosssMst • ',' ■ ;T ■ ! : • m :■'* > •:' ■ —1 ■ Cw- $5? ^Tr % - •r^-'- v £.. • • J t •>* State Notes. SSSr ftSCSi (T. A. Hiek y, State 8ec. Hallettsville, Tt-x.) ii HOLM AN SLUGGED. 8QCIAL18M AND THE YOUNG. (Continued from ptge 1.) Preparing for 1916. of the state w0 tan received newi tjjrfbe rffeed Nthat the comrades are preparing young man after the speaking i ki iaie w. .i^ " v :• ir Fro*'" eral opinion that this shameful act was planned, and fixed before hand. Circumstances go to prove that this is true. One of the buai« nem men was heard to say to this \lor th© 1916 campaign. We expect by the fourth of ae*t July to tyjcn that «very congressional district is organized and in charge qT • competent oongreesional secretary. Before a yaw from that day all the kinks will have been straighten ed out in the machinery and the 16 congressional districts will be able to march forward as one to- wards the capture of the state. Comrades remember that th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 November 1914

- : -... EHPfe1 1 L a i -H I § Charleston, Tex., Not. 11, 1W4. Edi*ar Tha Dear I am enclosing the vote® that were polled at thia box. Socialist votes 101, Democrats and Republi- cans, 80. We elected bailiff and justice of the peace. We have got thesi «n the run and a hundred on the fence who are afraid *o fall. Hurrah for T. A. Hickey and the Social* movement. Tours truly, B. M. Bowman. a • • Editor The Kebel, HaDettsrille, Texas. Dear Comrade:— The sheriff of 'hi* county said he had to hold his nose when he voted for 80 per cent Ferguson He was for Ball and is one of the courthauae carbuncles. There are three ehurch houses in Benjamin where the ths baby of a working man died and father went for a caske* and was refused, ao he go a carpenter to make him one an< carried it home on his ahoulders. The worldngmen'b wives were all the eampany they had in the sick- ness of thei rbaby. A comrade and one woman carried the baby to the buggy and 'his happened in a Christian town where the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 December 1914

grarmtt 4- ytta. A .7* C,-' . >;-:' ■; N issss vWm§. HRs *■•*■■ * i; 10^ ■ ..;■ . ^$ ;®'S #g^«* T;'' ie#?M V^k -JE Editor and Owner « JWtfll F*" £ *' J -..W \ f* 3ppr, $#p$ ,^.fi IBiMtTOM ■ Mp SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 111* $'■. i^Ws- iAg!| «*.,> 'v.- *M iWS?v4- KHPiR HPS «tfr *£' «3M 1, ;« The UnitedStates Commission 011 Relations will meet in Igp^f the city of Dallas from December 14 to December 17 for the purpose of taking testimony an to the land and agricultural situation in Tex an. The United State* govern- ment, has engaged the* service of one America's greatest educa- tors, Professor Frank R. (Com- mons, of the University of Wiscon- sin, to conduct the investigation. He and the other members of the oommisskm will be (twisted by Mr. W. C. Holman, formerly as- sociate editor of Farm and Ranch. Mr. Holman is one of the young men who is coming to the from in this new line of social survey and is attached to the publicity department of Wisconsin's famous university. This hearin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 December 1914

i-'SVf'^r'^VV- ,* \,\ fcV#! 3^5t5 Si®&$ ":1 §"' ^ :>.'■ Y- ■ '"s ; "" W^' -yvm ey This « Thai. it I ' :i I v l i •l>S •, i... j«.- £. ■i r (Tke well-known g odc*ty of the it editor almost led him to consign hiving wealthy Mrnto «at*d H to* mclwir* cotton gr«wt | ha* Mini It. Bat ke 4om not pUUry too lullerdt •f to* 8w tlt ; Upon to* contrary, be •ay* tbey are the fWwnr rf Wi etste dan deeerve eredit fo rnaok progrew M Tk*jr or* to* SMO wfco. |i ••] ffi the enclosed to ths wttto basket war-« wept wmt, IsiifrsiiM the but tot aocount of Ha literary mer- credit ijnt* aftor it we 4*11 overlook the personal tk* state. It wan thaa aiiisrity; It note with the hope that the read- navod the South turn alter ruin. Bat, <* may understand the spirit in Mr. HoOtmnn beiieven, to* to * hn which the editor reprints it.—Kdl, now eon* for ooawtoiaf better and k« nppenln to the laadlerdb to aeatat to th« fading and npplisation of a rem r-#- A #00 O *; ■.**$> -■w A fellow said to «« tha ...

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