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The Daily Dispatch: January 13, 1862., [Electronic resource] 16 0 Browse Search
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Subscriptions to the Dispatch. The price of the Daily Dispatch, mailed, is $4 per annum; $2.50 for six months; $1.25 for three months; and 50 cents per month for a less period. Neither the Weekly nor Semi-Weekly will be sent for a less period than twelve months. Price of the former $1, the latter $2 per annum. We make this statement just now, as our terms are not understood by many who order the paper by mail.
disproportionate assessment having been made on the Secessionists of this city, under order No. 24, Gen. Halleck has appointed a new Board of Assessors to revise the old list, and make such changes as they may deem proper. All other proceedings will be in accordance with the original order, and the Board are enjoined to assess no individual unjustly, as there will be no farther appeal from their decision. The is no doubt that Wm. A. Hall, is elected to Congress from the Third, and Thomas S. Price from the Fifth district. The demand Treasury notes. Washington, Jan. --The bill matured by the Committee of Ways and Means, authorizing the issue of demand Treasury notes, provided that, for temporary purposes the Secretary be authorized to issue on the credit of the United States, $100,000,000 of them, and bearing interest, payable generally without specifying any place or time of payment, and of such denominations as he may deem expedient not loss than $5 each; and such n
mith News, of the says: News reached here yesterday that Ge Price is falling back, and that Gens. and Raines are now at Spring Fedeted 4,000 from the north side of the Missouri river from joining Gen. Price, and his force has been greatly reduced by the discharge of the forces at Rolla and Sedalia are large and they are now moving on Gen. Price. Gen. Price not at Springfield. From the Memphis AvalanGen. Price not at Springfield. From the Memphis Avalanches, of the 7th inst., we copy the following: We have information from a reliable source, that Gen. Price is not at Springfield with 10Gen. Price is not at Springfield with 10,000 men. It is reported that the Federals have picket, all along the Missouri river, and are harassing our army very considerably. The Confe the arms Soon McIntosh and Gen. Jeff. Thom will form a union with Price, and then we shall have the gratification of recording entire cleaerals in North Missouri. But until this union of forces effected, Price id deprived of the reinforcements which would otherwise come to by