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Heroism of Miss Schwartz. General Brown's order. headquarters, district of Central Mo., Jefferson city, August 9, 1863. General orders No. 42. On the night of the sixth inst. a party of bushwhackers, some three in number, visited the house of a Mr. Schwartz, about twelve miles from Jefferson City, in Cole County, and on demanding admittance they were refused by Miss Schwartz, a young lMiss Schwartz, a young lady of fifteen. They replied they would come in, at the same time trying to break down the door. While this was going on, the other inmates of the house, namely, Mr. Schwartz, John Wise, Captain GoMr. Schwartz, John Wise, Captain Golden, Government horse-dealer, and a young his employ, all left, taking with them (as they supposed) all the arms and ammunition. In their hasty retreat they left behind a revolver, which MissMiss Schwartz appropriated to her own use. She went to the door, and on opening it presented the pistol to the leader of the gang, telling them to Come on, if they wanted to, and that some of them should