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The Daily Dispatch: June 6, 1864., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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Mitchell, of Ark, introduced a bill to establish a corps of scouts and guards, to facilitate communication with the Trans-Mississippi Department. Referred. Mr. Johnson, of Mo, introduced a bill to provide for paying officers and soldiers, twelve months after the ratification of peace, the loss sustained by them on account of tg the appointment of additional officers in the Nitre and Mining Bureau was passed, with the amendment that it shall continue in force only during the war. Mr. Johnson, of Ark, introduced a resolution that the President protem of the Senate be authorized to appoint a committee of three to inquire into the practicability of empf Representatives was taken up and considered, and, after a number of amendments, On motion of Mr. Jemison, was committed to the Committee on Finance. Mr. Johnson, of Ark., submitted the following; which was adopted: Resolved, That the Secretary of War be authorized, in conjunction with the Postmaster General, to mak
Runaways--$00 reward. --Left my stable on Friday morning, my negro men, Sam and Albert. Sam is between 35 and 40 years old, chunky, hair very bushy, and smartly gray, with whickers. Albert is about 20 years old, mulatto, smooth face, very tall, and very large hands and feet. They are evidently making their way to the Yankee lines. I will pay the above reward for them, or $300 for either, if delivered to me or secured so that I can get them. Jas C. Johnson, je 4--2t*