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For Hire. --The subscriber has for hire, for the ensuing year, Male and Female Cooks, Farm Hands, Factory Hands, House Servants, &c. He can be seen at the drug store of Messrs. A. Bodeker & Co., daily, from 10 A. M, to 2 o'clock P. M. Robert M. Taylor. de 29--2t*
The Daily Dispatch: December 30, 1864., [Electronic resource], The inaugural of the Governor of South Carolina. (search)
For Hire. --The subscriber has for hire, for the ensuing year, Male and Female Cooks, Farm Hands, Factory Hands, House Servants, &c. He can be seen at the drug store of Messrs. A. Bodeker & Co., daily, from 10 A. M. to 2 o'clock P. M. Robert M. Taylor. de 29--2t*
General Taylor on the Alabama Legislature and Georgians. --General Dick Taylor delivered, by invitation, an address, last week, to the Alabama Legislature. In it he scored them soundly for their impotent militia bills, and asked them why they could not imitate the example of that noble and hospitable State, Georgia. In Alabama, the militia of one county could not be ordered into another, no matter how pressing the emergency. If the people of Alabama were resolved to do only what the law required, there could result no good in calling them out. Every party could be whipped in detail. In Georgia the Legislature, called out all en masse, and the people responded nobly. They had been led within the boundaries of another State without or complaint, and he had seen them on the battle-field fight like veterans. In his short speech he was quite complimentary to Georgia and her people, and very severe on the Alabama Legislature for their dilatory conduct.
Aiding in the escape of a Negro. --Policeman Granger arrested yesterday afternoon a negro woman, named Emma, slave of Hiram Oliver, charged with aiding and abetting in the escape to the Yankees of Jennie, slave of Robert M. Taylor. She was committed to the lower station-house to await examination before the Mayor this morning.