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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 November 1915

m ■ z PHI? mm i; ; 1 V->Y . M%Tr ,--iI®' ®S0 Mf ||gi 'Miff: &*§<$ *$?& ^Kk' THE POWBR Of EMINENT j«rt on the Rawing accounts. We •i^v7' - . can Kimnlv follow thai*- * «+** * domain. By- John M. Wort previous shown that the clause in HJnhed States power without «pi ite 'ean huh ply follow their custom and thus have the advantage of a precedent which the capitalists themselves have maA To illustrate, suppose we should v . jhuy an industry from a capitalist of the for a million dollars. We could 1 i « • i makf a regula- THB AMERICAN CIRCUS. (Old things that are good beat nwr things that are bad a darn sight, so we have concluded to re- print an "old thing" which, was written by W. g. Morgan, asoci- al* editor of the Rip-Saw, the So- cialist newspaper many years ago. It follows): milium ii i iiiiiii n 1111 ft- -- « t w t ' flllf j of Socialism. Probably this would not be necee-v wnert we deet a Socialist ad- jUy| however, for he would hardly ministration we will be up sgam...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 November 1915

mm . ... - * m< Hi Sii- _~JL^Bi| WBSBBfck?- vVs-i' $&' 'iii E V. IE®; -« i; Mi- ll Ml @1*3 rf| If ill ; i! iP f lM ft . gift I | 1 . | I 1 Iffl : i I I ... .. _. _ ~m & r, v iBHiv.... ... of Bftportw BmU.1L Manly, Director of Be- of fact and re- i* nUm, Adopted by Commis- sioners Frank P. Walsh. John B. Lennon, James 0 and Anstin B. Garretson.—Con- UUd. i. ■ v?; J ;•'; •:';. H;' Strong Organieaiiont the C*re. . " Experience allows thai the ill complained of rapidly disap- pear in labor orgpfttetioBS a« rood aa the organisation prevails over the opposition of the employ- ers and establishes its right to or- ganize. Strong unions mean decent wages, and decent wages raise wage earners to a plane of thought and action where all their iaets and mental processes most no Ion ger be directed toward a desper- ate straggle for the very right of themselves and families to live. "Organised labor fully dealiies how unfortuna'e it is that labor in its struggle for evidence has oc- casi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 December 1915

m THE REBEL HEAD BY 100,000 ACTUAL FARMERS EACH WEEK- Orgcm La*fLeague «/ Anmic*. ■stw* P« year- In eluba of 4 or more 25e each. 3 year, for $1. SI V. '> V": . E£$wl s«r^' flBI >l H £■*&£ TO OB OJTLY \ ' . j£j \ IX M J:.V — LIT OS AEIKB. T.A. HICKEY, Editor luui Own®' 50e year; tivba of four or tner> (40 wseka) 25c ' \ If this Number it opposite _ _ . yvm name your subeerip- 229 tion expiree next issue \ WIVrt th« postaffio* at R^iwj^ Ik, T«t, nte m« Ma*. |, i«7 . HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER •M V?t nf N •/ /■ V < li ♦ Journalistic Cuckolds. The C&ddo (Okla.) Herald in a reoent issue made a savage at- tack upon Eugene V. Debs and made the basis of the attack the that he received $50 for the in that town. With char- acteristic duplicity this donk edit- or did not stop to inquire as to wh ther Mr. Debs paid $50 ex- penses such as railroad and hotel to make this speech. When a party has sunk so low that it will through one of its or- gans make an issue s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 December 1915

S>:?3a? of America met in fifth annual session at tie Co-operative HaU in Waco Satur- * day, Noven&ber 13, with the largest attendance in it* history. There was every indication that the Lea- gue «M taking on new life, alio ' that >ta influence in behalf of the downtrodden peon* of the Sooth was beginning to be felt. Dele- gates were present from Oklahoma, Missouri, though Tx*s had the lar- gest representation. More locals, of course, would have been repre- sented but for the poverty of its membership and the fact that this ji one' farmers organization that the railway managers do not offer any passes to nor does its member- ship ask for any passes. Thie convention was oalled to or- der at 9 a. m., by B. 0. MeiUen, temporary president, though Pres- ident A. G. Maxey was on hand soon after the opening. E. E. Landrum, of Lott, J. A. Hernandez of Rockdale, and V. T. Rowland, of fcott county, Mo., were elected a committee on cre- dentials. After the report of this commit tee, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 December 1915

Office T. i| HICOT, State See. Hallettaville, Te*as. POST WOBTB MEST1NG the regular there Socialist party on November' i organization, that For State Seertteiy and National j Committeemen, Movwabar, 1911. t STATE SECRETARY. ) Arek. Lingmn by Syeaxnoret, He- aill w. T, Webb by Eastland, Me- Wfek.ttheW.co WCTOiiono,!l'r„^° *•*«« <* , Adaffl*. Wt O.J S H jus « -ted « puWiri, OL2T2! b> ' SWlftS? 8a I just what happened at the Port1 Worth „Lr Were 1 Fort Wood vale, Corsicana. — Accepted Worth ''harmony noting", £2?—*** M" * * <*** b/K October 2*. The complaint was1 u„ f£!jj j ort Worth, Wellington, Eleeira that The Rebel', mention of t° *£l Mr ®- NsUmLTK meeting was either not complete or Dre8ent ft! ofl^6 [ef — Accepted not authentic. h ? ? ^ ^ r *• by Laftm, MareheL For this reason we shall set1 wri'tt V kttcr HalletteviUe, Fry* Gap, OroTeton, down here in brief precisely wbat viou. ? ^er ^mp ***** P«- Pennington, Palestine, Pine Grovs, have learned about i, S^JESi.*! WJ? "J •...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 December 1915

mset mm mi® mm ■ }. ri "'V . RpgPI: JBIiflgSiiS 'gWlfSReM fKt'S.pfc.'* ivi m& ww&m MWm Mm mm ;.-Vs mm ym mmm 3S . mmM mm SiSife}©^- •.v'v - \ - §• ' 4&K4&35 (Sag SB £«?■ fM $& I the final control of H II II « •A " :If M : Id ¥J Hp- H Jit ■ i I ! !; r -11 ii : i: (: 18 i * l|[ I m M' m twelfth installment. Third Section of Beport of • Basil ML Manly, Director of *+ search and Invastifathm, con- taining findings •onunandationa of the StaffJfta- port in fall awapt"! *^ 0*^ •d printed by resolution of Com- mission. Adopted doners Prank P, Walsh John B. Lennon, James 0 Connsll and Austin B. Oarretson. hearings and investigations of the Commission is the basis for tha fol~ lowing statements: L The control of manufactur- ing, mining and transportation in dustries is to an increasing degree passing into hands of great cor- porations through stock ownership, and control of eredit is oentrllzed in a comparatively small, number of enormously powerful financial institutions....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 December 1915

1 'trW: ; ■ RE BEL 100,000 ACTUAL ERb 1ACH WEEK- of America. eluba of 4- or 8 J«r, for $1. I ■ it - mSm. T.A. El COT, Editor and Owner Mt pn Jea*j stabs of four or mors (40 weska) ttk It this Number ia your name your tiou expire* next issue SSt- 230 1*11, at tka pMiofflM at HaQatto-1, •r )!•>. 1, urn HALLETT8VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1915. J*>a 229 erguson and Governor J am en E. Ferguson ing of the Democratic realist that Land ia the is- not only in Texan but in the He has committed the De- party of Texaa to the question as the issue in the campaign, according to a delivered in Chicago on iber 1, before the National ferenee on Marketing and [Farm Credits. According to an Associated [Press dispatch published in the I Houston Post of December "2, he id: ■ w 'K t ■ trad question is the greatest and most pressing issue before the American people. • • The war loaiyj to Europe would give $800 to every tenant farm- er, enough to start them on the road to ownership. I appe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 December 1915

: M& wis .us lis .•f- 11 IS AfrJii VL-:'.J ' f • mm with the .'i oil com- ;$ Eti fli Si i ij i li 1f : I I I BwWMUr Standard, while at th«%me time he w lined up with Rockefeller's — . ^ ^ insurance against the Home insti- W, E. M., Cleburne (R F D) lotions that "are in turn being sup- Tex. — Born Dublin, Ireland. Jan. by the Texas independent from Chicago, Ford Tractor I >". . - 'H:' ■ ■ v%I J Til. WS ti.--ML JM .« Th® Rebikarns with much to- The latest atocy that come# from t#wgt ^ of Glasgow alone over 14,1869, weight 190 poundsMght oil oompaniea. It is The Rebel's [encourage and promote the «m>p- ^ the plow, pump the are on strike and their num- ■■■■■I■■HMHHjiil l "d washing ^ are ^ added toenglSB and straw, p^pect of victory for the corn, tote tne produce to ten4Uat« are {very favorable. The carry the family to Social- tx^$ unions aw taking hand in be ahot, actual personal income $12 Carlson governor on the prohibi- a week. Anything else you would tion i||gUe lagt year...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 December 1915

5s£!i; ,.0 ..v vTv Spr*?^ W.'Wmm ■* ' v W$.i0W§+ *•" iflft- WJwpvJ f.-^ «««* I k^AiT''7T3Wj "*r~ :e Office. Notes. ', State Sec. Hallettsville, Texas. II. 80G1AL VALUES IN LAND (By J. Stitt Wilson.) ~ar..ji.j,L J.I.L.I RUSSELL ELIMINATES HIM- 3ELP. When the newt was flashed over minimum demand*of Social- the country thai Eugene V. Debt ku ofc the land queaion ia the tax- declined the nomination for the atieo of the full unearned inere- .presidency thousands of our com- «W0t of land values, in order to From a "Red." 'rades decided that Charles Ed- bwak up land monopoly and land Eugene Ethridge, Reese Tex ward Ruseell of New York would spawdataon. ; writes; "Arch Lingan spoke for th* logical nominee. Unfortun- Wherever people aggregate soc for information that have been us the 22nd and 23rd and we will ately {oT him be * • eliminated ial or oommunal values are created coming to this office ojf late re- have eleven new members in our bimself from the raoe by coming in the site on which...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 December 1915

yjwffls 'IPii wmm mm: t . (*«* Hi "illpi : ■ ■ ■ ■ ^ • ... . • ■■ ' -' • • / ' V m mm— THIRTEENTH INSTALLMENT TWrd ^Section of Report of r Manly, Diieetor ■earoh and Investigation, oon taining findings of fad and re- commendations of the Staff. Be. port in foil accepted and order- ed printed by resolution ot Com- mission. Adopted by Commis- sioners Prank P, Walsh, John B. Lennon, James O'ConneU end Austin B. Garretson. ■"!. iji'nji"' Control of Colleges. 26. "Apart from these founda- tions there i* developing a degree of control over the teachings of profeeaora in our oolleges and un- iversities which constitutes a moat aerioua menace. In June of this year (wo professors, known troughout their profeaaiona aa men of great talent and high character, were dropped from the positions they had occupied and no valid reason for each action waa made public. Both were witneeees be- fore the Commission, and made etatementa baaed upon their expert knowledge and experience which were given wide ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 December 1915

w t,y? jUaSFTT i m -yi" sw||c y<-< .- .6"' IP V? V ." mim zmei ' *■'■' ky ',/1:'. 'W -. rr3v .' s-iTf," \, I 4cri7^x 5 a*Of Mm. > #* OMAt tmu onus to 0 0*LT BBOAUU W1 ASM OK 0X71 RALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1916. T A. HICKEY. Editor isd Owmr We per y«ur; clubs of four • man (40 waeka) 2or ' If this Nhmber it opposite your name your snbserip tion expire* next issue 231 H No. 230 BP: mm The Rebel, like all civilized men, ia a lover of peace. Every ef that we can make for peace while life is within us ahall be devoted that end. Because of our desire for peace we may leem pessimistic we say that it look* as if the war clouds are hovering over us rj'TiW^'^ • '' ■ • i The nmm for oar belief is this: The nations of Europe are practically bankrupt after 16 . ths struggle and no matter what nation gets the victory and in- the results of international bankruptcy will be felt to the ends of the. earth. ^ - What shall be our conrse when peace is declared in Europe f th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 December 1915

mffii mm Ipill -f • 3rirr •j - Ml MSB m zai.p£rx?: much ubliahed erewith Houston in Latin By X. B. Meitien, SoaaUft ^®"**"jPr0«i dispatch publiahed in the of December 2, the A f Ari< n ■ " 111 ^ " w j f. I rT; rt. If 2 ■;« V Efl if 1 .■J: &§ Pn H t'k if I Kilfe M lor fhvmur. jHouitoo Port The mainstay of any. natiiAi in'rwmmid: time of war and rumor of war.is. "IV J*nd a prosperous citizenahip upon whose doorstep the mortgage hold- er, the landlord, the usurer and the speculator do not «et foot Wood row Wilson and the major- ity of the Democratic party ma* chinisty are setting ^ip the were- wolf ery of " Preparedness" — in torma of billion dollar appropria- tions for more battleships, gnns and soldiers, all to feed the Muni- tion* Trust and to protect the stolen property of the Within against the time when an outraged people moves to take hack what has been stolen from them. Yst Woodrow Wilson and his pack has said nothing and done nothing in all this hue and cry for prepardn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 December 1915

'■vV^fess 1vl$t'IP - iilfef; • I • - ■ V* ;<;fEf: •v^C- Ipf H@g? Office Notes. T. A. HICKEY, State S«e. Hallettsville, Texas. (The following applie* to So every where). Socialists, 2nd Congression- al District: Section §7, Election Laws of State of Texas, provides fir the appointment of Two Judges and two Clerks of elections, by the Commissianerg Court of each county, at the February term of that court) ia each precinct where the poll tax and exempt ia leas than 100. Comrades in each county are urged to see that there ia no fail- ure to certify the names of party members for one judge and one clerk, to < their Commissioners court, for such precincts. The law is mandatory that "they shall be appointed from different political parties, IP PRACTICA- BLE. Go to your County Judge' with those names, or mail to him under registered letter (request- ing return receipt from post mast- er) and see that IT IS PRACTI- CABLE. Section 58, provides that four Judges and four clerks shall be a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 December 1915

5$g life S&rS pp Jm 1 ■ • ■ ¥***m — EmSnKBonw miX INSTALMENT. Mi ii§ *h > i •'? ■ ' >'<£; fs~ J* !•« Ip I■ I IP fijp [I I if I I Iw~, Third Section of Report of Basil It Mwly, Direetor of Re- search and Invast tainiag finding of commendations of the 81 port in full accepted and order* *d printed by resolution of Com- miMion. Adopted by Commis- sioners Freak P. WaMv, John B. Lennon, Jam* O'Connell and Austin B Garretuon. . Free Spetk- "One of the greatest sources of social unrest and bitterness has been the attitude of the police to- ward public speaking. On numer- ous occasion* in every part of the country, the police of cities. and towns hare either arbitrarily or under the cloak of a trafic ordin- ance, interfered with or prohibited public speaking, both in the open and in halls, by persons connected with organizations of which the po- lice or those from whom they re- ceived their orders did not ap- prove. In many instances such in- terference has been carried out wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 December 1915

& IJJif '■■■■■■ ' " ■■■■<;■ Kv''-' 'ff • ■■; It'" V.r',yi|r.?-:^..'o.^<, :.>J^jj|^1^^ ' VHji ^ ?fel£*S 1 W S " ■ ' '■ . ■f':' - ; vV; <!££?# ■ \ >v4*viSj'!'*.''^Tvf • •"• ••' •■%• ;~'."■■■ : - ■' ■■ ?V^; >V' v ' r '•■•■■■ **■.'+■■■' ** «g i a< J 'Pi "in ; - f*«L II J I Mllli—#—IWW U ALLETT8V1LLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DHCEMBER J5, 1915. HOW THEY UK T«A. HICK FY, Editor «w) Omr ®)c pw y«w; etntw of fi gr o< (40 nwk > 8I« (f this Numbar is oppo«i fow MM* yw subasrip ZoZ turn expire* next iss \ last I again '$bt Rebel is glad to wind up thia good old year with an as- surance to ita subscribers that oar continuous bombardment on the usurera running all the way front the present governor of Tessa to Williataa, governor of Oklahoma, and other*, has at last found ef- fect, with the result that a hurry-up call has been Bent out by C. H. Boardman, state secretary of the State Bankers Association of Okla- homa for asriitanoci yid From Mr. Boardman's letter published ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 December 1915

IMI •mi I :**•.? • 5 3Jfeai C'-g. ■ > -•:* • m* m In the last issue of The Bebel this year we publish Wow what our frienda and enemies are think- ing about us: The Peoples Bulletin, publish*! weekly at Gincinatti, Ohio, sends through its editor, Carl Brannln, a former Texan, congratulation* for our stand on the land qnes- tfoiU , : • • V The Felt Bulletin, also Cinci natti, Daniel Bfc&H editor, dots likewise. • ♦ The Chicago Public, edited by Louis F. Post, assistant secretary of labo* and commerce m Wilson i t:z rtr^Lt one state more than any other, where It 1* neceswry. Land Vetoes, published in Lon- don, Batfand, occupies two pager of an artktte written in The Rebe six wSSta ago on the lend qj and says; "The Rebel published H*fcd<9etan Guardian says editorially: ' velr paper fr j taking 4 east J upon the land question., across the sea." v.. e. • e The Dallas Dally . . las, Tex., in a recent issue runs a first page double column of oca- M" M"the follow- ; 'i* i- ' WmM Ay...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 December 1915

MM 4 SUs Office Notes. T. A. HICKEY, State Sec. Hallettsville, Texas. STATE SECRET AMY ELEC- TION. At the time of going to press, three days before the final return date, returns for State secretary are *s Mows: Points. g W. T. Webb ^ 746 T. E. Foster 1155 Mrs. B. W. Carlton 1382 There appears to be little doubt that W. Tr Webb, of Cisco, Tex., is elected state secretary by a large jmajoifcjr, . Carl Rosson, of Palestine, (who bad no opponent) is the next na- tional committeeman for Texas., Tabulated returns will be in the hands of the membership about .uaryj, Xe A TYPICAL LETTER. sj-.y . '**■! i''J ■' •• Galry, Tex, Dee. 18, 1915. Mr. T. A. Bicker, Dear Comradp: 1 1 notice in the CALL FOR NOMINATION (The following eaQ has been sent out to locals and member*?t4argej HaOotUviUe, Tes., Dee. 1, 1915. To ilocal, and Members-At-Large: You art hereby colled on to no- minate for tk$ /Mowing p>ositions (o*o of whkh mo omitted by sMttofa i* a fomor <wB> s One State Woman's Correspon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 December 1915

sftSmraife SPf- >.v wsmm&maBi Sraf ver- ilp • ft: •v.'\'';, '; "-.rV; i^ WW fl HftMJI: 17. The commi hoTe eome on writer i« a widely of Girard, Kens. ««. feU S Pf? hi SbJ 'I oannot endow* all written indeed. I feel sure all ia not true u given. HOI wu not oon- viqtod of mete aaaault. I do not B^ati sajr the vera* ore from Hill, because there is no meant by which 1 may really know. The moat I do of ia that I sought to faithfully transcribe that which "came' to me. 1 must, however, admit that the lent line of the poem ia my own. It ia not as strong, rhetoric- ally speaking, as the line that came to, me j but that which was written war too strong for me. Indeed, I doubt if the postoffioe department watifld permit the circulation of the verses with that line unchang- ed,; and I do not know that it should." • • • Ballad of the Rebel Workingman, Air: "IVlas of Victory". I was a rebel worker Who called for a revolt; They put me in the dungeon And chorged me with asaault. On circumst...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 January 1916

Bell S599SI** ,'•*•£- vW.«-V:' ■■? V zl OK . #r mmm 5&'. #§f ' ''Hi miiSBM as • r ,-\\. *-•• • ■ r • -•; -"" •*/ '•" :fT- '.*" W$m' ¥ ->■ Tvi.'«. ?*L&sf •_.Mts*fc-'3:. ml-. T.A. HICKBY, Editor and Owner 50c per rear; tint* of more (40 web^ 25e [f this Number is your name your to tion expires next issue ACTUAL I III I ! ARUSBb EACH WEEK Land 60s per* year. In ■ / m OWLT BBOAUSB W* ABB nil i I III 1)1 !' 'll«lllliu HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1916. Mt oi Iter. I, IS7I. -WW |Mi f' v 7 I The conduct of the Farmers Un- exocutive officers since the of that organization has been comedy of errors. These leaders have conceived it their duty to F worir through the landlord-uiurer- politiciang of the South and ap- peal for assistance to the Republi- cans or to whoever were in control in the north. As a result thous- ands of dollars have been expend- ed in pilgrimages by these offi- cials to Austin and other state capitols and to up Washington, D. Up to this good hour ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 January 1916

'ftS £ ...■. .. .1111.1 ,i 1.1, i TO LABOR KM ER. ■■" ■"? SOCIALIST mm# DKLEQA- nom&i of Ema 1 Wi !;.:r 5 *** > 51 ■ —-t~—- ■ i ■ ■ ! iV v 4 p ; • (By Covington ML) v Fort Worth, Tex, Pec. 30.-H. N. Pope, president of the Texas Farmers' Union, will leave tonight for Washington to confer with Secretary of State Lanaihg regard- ing the shipment of 1,000,000 balm of cotton to Europe, according to announcement made here today. The name of the country to which the shipmeut ia to be made is with- held. Farmers' Union officials stated early in December they had an of- fer to handle a million bales of cotton to a belligerent country, supposed to bo one of the Teutonic allies. ' • • • The above dispatch is taken from the New Orleans "Times-Pi* caftina? and dispatches of the same tenor have been appearing on the front pages of our capitalist papers for the past several days. These hullaballoos clearly indicate that the Donk leaders are badly scared over the headway the fight for Free L...

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