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    Napa County Reporter 14 February 1863
    A Rich CoUNTRjr. —There are acme extravagant rumors in some of the papers respecting recent ...
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    Red Bluff Independent 13 October 1863
    ... 416 and 418 Front »tre»t, 8m A'tMcitcu, Soli A acme. For Sale b f 6mb7oap24j^, iOßEffld^JUAßiaft-
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    Weekly Colusa Sun 19 September 1863
    ... a trip to 6mod blond this week we pm acme thra to. oa moorioorim of t&fio mill. It b ...
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    California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences 6 November 1863
    ... thnt most of the dru*rs a liuint«tere I in acme diMtSvt have this effect. Such, however, ia not the ...
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    California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences 20 March 1863
    ... sunshine and situation, to produce a marketable article. The acme of the latter-day schoolmistress'
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    Red Bluff Independent 10 November 1863
    ... *j»f Liccn*e to keep and run a Public Fei acme* the Sntframento river, at the place known as 1 ...
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    Red Bluff Independent 5 June 1863
    ... them a Uce.ua- tnw-tnblUb and keep a Public Ferry acme, (be Sacramento River, -commencing at a point on aaid ...
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    Red Bluff Independent 3 February 1863
    ... license to keep and run the Red Bluff Ferry acme* the Sacramento river at the usual crossing. December Bth, ...
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    Marysville Daily Appeal 26 August 1863
    ... » Molninod " t,OM fcr-! aim?' lfr,nf drains arrirln* acme, the plain, will find ! fro., 1 ■ W ...
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    Red Bluff Independent 16 January 1863
    ... the Northern traitor, the political thief and libeller, and, acme of human Infamy, the editor of the Critit, planned ...
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    Los Angeles Star 7 November 1863
    ... this horrible carnival o blood and desolation, the very acme o duplicity, treachery and double-dealing When Fremont was in ...
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    Weekly Colusa Sun 7 March 1863
    ... namber of Urn Federal aoldier* recently took three contraband* acme* tba Rappahannock into the rebel llnee, and traded them ...
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    Daily Alta California 24 June 1863
    ... exported at •>, is. <i<1.».0 :«». i«r qr., and acme soft [brail at^is n: qr. for Mer-eilio. Arrivals of ...
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    Marysville Daily Appeal 3 September 1863
    ... Now AND THEN.— When the rebellion had attained the acme of its strength and extent, in 1861, it comprised ...
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    Sonoma Democrat 5 September 1863
    ... thousand dollars in 18(11, hy an onarous tax for acme clandestine iniquities party purpose? Or shall we attribute it ...
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    Weekly Butte Record 2 May 1863
    ... and 1-and. . - a ndred an i sixty acme ; ’. ", together with the Steam Engine now ...
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    Red Bluff Beacon 26 August 1863
    ... anything Item ocrat c. NuW this is the very acme of absurd pr»j id-ce. Il is as though a ...
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    Marysville Daily Appeal 3 January 1863
    ... A TRACT OP LAID, BBBBAOIRO an area of 400 acme, haa recently been aurveyed aud plotted out Into lota, ...
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    Napa County Reporter 28 February 1863
    ... —J. T. Hill of Vallejo is about (• plant acme ten or twelve acres with tobacco, on bia ranch ...
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    Marysville Daily Appeal 8 December 1863
    ... violently taken with it in the night. I had acme of DR. BAKER'S PAIN PANACEA that 1 procured of ...