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eanbrisk of getting killed, for more than one revolver was aimed at him, and only the great influence of our old citizens saved his life. Many and loud were the hurras for Jeff Davis, to which he had to listen. To his demand for surrender, he received a written answer, that the city of Baton Rouge would not surrender to any power on earth. If they wanted to take possesson of the barracks and ordnance building they could do so — they are not within the limits of the corporation On the third day the Yankees landed about 75 marines, with one brass howitzer, near the garrison, and just as they were in the act of raising their grid-iron, a party of about sixty of our guerililas appeared on the ground, and the Yankees took to their hests and made for their gunboats. I expected every minute to bear the roar of the cannon, and the messengers of death and destruction pour forth, but no, it is not so quickly done as said. Several messages were brought to the Mayor informing him that
her people never consent to be ruled by the base of our unprincipled despot. Rather let the flames consume the of her beautiful buildings, and every life and every dollar's worth or property be wrapped up in one grand funeral pyte. The fight at Glorietta, New Mexico. The Jackson Mississippian, of the 17th inst. has the following: We learn from a passenger just through from Taxas. that an engagement between 1,700 of Gen. Sibly's brigade, and 2,300 Federals, occurred on the 10th ult., at Glorictta canton, New Mexico. Col. Scurry commanding, had his man posted in the canton through which the Federals were compelled to pass to communicate with Fort Craig. About six hundred of the enemy were killed and wounded, and less than 100 of Scurry's men — among whom however, were Majors Kaguct and Shropabire killed and Lieutenant. Col. Sutton mortally wounded. Gen, Sibley's A. D. C., Capt. Ochlitree, who was bearer of dispatches from Gen. Sibley, reported to our informa
$50 reward. --Left my residence on Franklin street, between 7th and 8th, on Saturday, 10th instant, my negro man Ralph. The above reward will be paid for his arrest and delivery to me, or placed in any jail so that I can get him. He is about 5 feet 10 or 11 inches high, light mulatto, high cheek bones, and a full suit of nearly straight hair, cut closely. my 19--12t* A. L. Ellett.
$50 reward. --Ranaway from the owner, on Second street, near Main, in this city, on Monday night, the 12th inst., a negro girl, Ann Jackson, She is of a bright, brown color, and of about the age of 14, and 5 ½ feet in height. It is believed she was enticed away by a free boy of the name of Wilson Page, and is now in or near the city. The above reward will be paid for her arrest and return to us. Barksdale & Bro., Corner Cary and 13th streets, up stairs. my 14--2w
Missouri --The Army Argus, of the 13th inst., says: The bogus Governor Gamble, of Missouri, has called the convention to meet again on the first Monday in June. The object of the call is expressed in the proclamation to be "for the purpose of re-districting the State and other purposes." What those "other purposes" are we do not know, but we predict that no atrocity left unperpetrated will be passed over by this body, which should be consigned to everlasting infamy. Although called for one solitary purpose, to wit: to consider the relations of the State to the Federal Government as they existed on the 18th of February, 1861, this body has set aside the State Constitution, and boldly takes the ground that it is above the Constitution. Whenever you quote any provisions of the State Constituiton, they coolly tell you that they are above that instrument. Every man consenting to a principle so cestructive of all representative government, ought to be executed as an enemy to
$25 reward. --Ranaway from my store, on Tuesday morning, 15th instant, my negro Boy, Lewis Washington. He is a bright mulatto, thick set, about 5 feet high, 15 years old; had on when last seen a brown sack coat, brown pants, and a military cap. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to me. S. S. Cottrell. ap 7--ts No. 128 Main street.
the virtuous women of New Orleans must be avonged. Let the of Vicksburg be made classic Let her example which will live in history and make her fame honorable for all time.--Let her people never consent to be ruled by the base of our unprincipled despot. Rather let the flames consume the of her beautiful buildings, and every life and every dollar's worth or property be wrapped up in one grand funeral pyte. The fight at Glorietta, New Mexico. The Jackson Mississippian, of the 17th inst. has the following: We learn from a passenger just through from Taxas. that an engagement between 1,700 of Gen. Sibly's brigade, and 2,300 Federals, occurred on the 10th ult., at Glorictta canton, New Mexico. Col. Scurry commanding, had his man posted in the canton through which the Federals were compelled to pass to communicate with Fort Craig. About six hundred of the enemy were killed and wounded, and less than 100 of Scurry's men — among whom however, were Majors Kaguct and
The beautiful residened of Mrs. Ju A. Burnside, in Joune Ga., was completely consumed by fire on the 19th inst., No insurance.
$40 reward will be given for the delivery of my servant Anna to my agent Caleb W Walking, in Danville. She is of a dark brown color, in her fourteenth year; with woolly hair. The girl has been hired for a long time to Mary Winfred, a free mulatto woman, on the northwestern suburbs of Richmond, who has unbounded influence over her. When I sent for her, on the 19th of this month, to go to Danville with her mother and other negroes, Mary Winfred failed to deliver her. This and other good reasons, satisfy me that this free woman has concealed her in the city, or sent her to the country. She may be looked to for this concealed negro girl. my 28--4t Wm. M McCABTY.
$50 reward. --Runaway on the night of Sunday last the 25th inst. five Negroes, engaged in cutting wood in Chesterfield county for the Virginia from Manufacturing Company. Caztef, is about thirty-five years of age, about five feet seven inches high and of a gingerbread color. Archer, is about thirty years of age about six feet high, very black, thick lips, and has a very feminine voice. Jacob is about twenty-eight years of age five feet six inches high, yellow, and quite stout. William, is twenty-five years of age, nearly six feet high black, speaks in a low tone. Walking is forty-five years old six feet high, of a gingerbread color inclined to stoop while walking. A reward of ten dollars apiece will be paid for each one of the above, it delivered either to Mr. J. D. Gardner, at Friend's farm, in Chesterfield county, or to Mr. P. O'Nell, at the Westham Iron Works, Lock No. 3d J R. & K. Thos. H. Wynne. my 28--1w Prea't and Agent I M Co.
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