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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 February 1859

lilll I De MORSE, LONtr SHALL VOL 16, LLEf R'EB RI YKiR CO UN T Y, ?w««rV: S>. .ft. .tt vt jtlltte «dj ' -.v- v |%wjf JrtfUR BRAVE THE BHBBZE—THE IIXAVDASO OP THE FREE! (6 tvfesi rif «t t -v '•; !^( tt( * 1 :r.'T.-i> S, S A T U RD A Y, F E B R iBi-ft Y ~5, 1859. I* SEN ATE, ji ' | :i .| ' January 7th, 1859. Che following resolutions offered bv Mr. Da-' diate Reph'sprttatfvfe' W IfitffilSttu V4.1V ^UkSVTgJ *"-* *«• Wf T,V«V UHAl « MMITUVf V« WIO IVj..VDy« ,4 t ♦ . . 1 • " " i Mississippi being under consideration:— detK&offliismfejia^o4/ iPotei^rise.bir, \tul\ve branch of the mississippi• • Ae^latiireyi«uii^U; and on his return wjuj apj n j .ge ■red, fL Ik! Senate ^ee^e, with [ n. the name «f Te,*j to', IV..« A. « wy^.A,W- h, «h« bixlv hejUf U.ehigh •^'TdJ'SSrtrjS wgrot, the announcement uf the death ! tude dnetofce memory of her lamented friend {served m* member of the judiciary eonitmttee, . served with distinction inUi. g V Ion. John A. Quitman, late a member of! and sol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 February 1859

/ %• Jficw Xo*Kt •&■> Europa arrived be live pool advioqs j CoXMffiM34Xi> cotton for the j ed with i < ««««*< as mcreas- I decline 6t 1-J aArjcles were favorable and goods firm. Cwsoli Jqr money and account, 96i@- 951 ' r^^^e^ad fent a Terjj threatening not® to Austria warning Mr •^P t ,' across the Servian fifontoera^ . ' Advices from Itolji«dicWearapd!yapp«>ach- sending strong reinftooements to t Louibardy, whereWganrisons are i war footing. An outbreak antieipatedatM* v lan. It is rumored, j that Milan nl in a state of siege; and also {peat agitations at Cremona. J/odena and other <plaoes . ' j r \ A scuffle was reported to have; (taken place between Austrian and Hungarian soldiers at Cremona. i !, I' ' Spain.—In debate in t^e Spanish Chamber O'Donnell declared that; jthe Spanish govern^ ment jrerc disposed to defnand satisfaction o 2lr. Buchanan for his insulting proposal regar- ding Cuba, and declared; Spain j would never cede any of her territory, j . ■ A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 February 1859

Ltqaota, ern Texas, nd of at) be ferrcn, far the largest stock brought together in on* point j ,, Their jiock comprint* -ProfUki [•tattoo Wioct Foreign and Domestic Clothing, Iruo, Steel, Najtts, .. Hardware, Castings and an enormous stock of Queens ware. Their supply ui Gnweries is exceedingly large, and off-red at the very lowest figures—indeed not purchaser of moderate quantities could buy on aa htTombleterms in New Orleian*, M they are wil- ling to sell at; and it comprises everything in that line that-can be culled for. JtffersOn, April 10th, 185®. no 19-tf H A Ml* AG NE—choicest brands, for sale low ,v > RUINS A BHDS. JfftVrson, April 5th. c \\7 tllSKEY—300 bur re If, for *ale b; >\ H111NE k Jefferson, April 5th. B A CON—A !sr;re quantity of sides and ahonl- dert>. hams', plain and canvassed for «a'« by KillNE * BHOS. Jpftiwn, April 5th. [T'ASUY Groceries—everr thing in this line, I (hut can be called for—fluids and solid*. 1 KH IN Ed; BROS. Jeffefson, April 5th. O&am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 February 1859

*94 " " * mammas,' AAreVti) (iullttC p r *Jil*re btt<$>ir.4feoh ttubs©- P^^fc^Ss^^^naidered LI . JiqO'ST-"-i . The prletlege of «n t their own imnMteVwtfiiffl**111 tnt«Wg*sc*r. HISTORY AND POLITICAL BOISN<t£ butmitral VmMwm of Prancit Lieitr, IL D., Pmfewor of H*orv[a«d P°lifal&™«, Cobtmbvi Cctkge, M* York, Dehvtrcd the 17;|4 February, 1858. : Whatever proceed^ from the practised pen or fails frvm the diajfirfive lips of Dr. Lieber, is entitled to the res^e^t which is deservedly paid to sound thought when exercised upon that demand for their proper treatment the ripest limine and the most thorough cul- luiro. In this Inaugural Address he hasjsketch- wi a comprehensive outline of the dutjies de- volved ni*>n h'mi as the teacher o? History ana Political Seicn?e it) one of our oldest and most eminent pnata of learning. In peirfororing the t i>k he has not confined himself however, to the mo*- definition of his province, ^sonsideretf a, :v) iijjunct of the silastic cu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 February 1859

' ■< t Vv "T * rtvi/ j'.flA^ : . ;■ .,! a:-."-"' • Jnlwiftwit LONG SHALL btJXt BAMNBR BRAYS *BH BKEBXB-THB STANDARD OF THS PBHB! . i b«rr«ikiivo|'aopxiatox. VOL. 16, CLARKSVILLE, RE RIVER C0DNTY, TEXA S, S A T URDAY.FE BRIT ARY 12,1859. SIIKEP HUSBANDRTlff TEXAS. Noll. 1 Coktland Village, jNew York, } November |24, 1868. j Editor of Galveston Nsws.—Dear Sir I must willingly answer jour inquiries on the subject of Sheep Husbandry in Texas. It is proper that I say. at the outset, that I hare nev- er set my foot within yonr State. You are aware how ever, that I bestowed considerable attention i'U the subject of what constituted the proper regions for wool growing, in a series of letters, addressed, a few years since, to Colonel ("now Governor) Alston, of South Carolina; wnich letters were subsequently published in ft bo?k i and I may add, in passing, for his own exclu- sive benefit,) by my old friend, Colonel John S. Skinner, uuder the title of " Sheep Husbandry in the South." When ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 February 1859

■ ij. Hi ' '' '' k ' | • '0% ' '. i 'fi p I LATEST . r i' i. ig ipi aenataru eieaaeoi wcwoif," Jain. , 8 cancna on Bafln the rate of ip#a Dpumn in but were the for- lorn of It 18 IMS ported on Saturday afgH , mr Bigler introduced awsolutionto regulate therevenue laws, so u topfy off the present <f Kt ><wl meet the current eanenaes of thegov- debt and meet the current eminent, ! J ■ j j'. '■ i ■*;« :Li; jit. Slidell endeayored tq introduce his Cu- ban resolutions, but wu unauocesaful. Bed by j joint resolution at" should intervene for the de- fenee of commodore JRmldinjg, against suits ar- ising from; the performance of hia duty in Cen- tral America. , I An amendment was offered to appropriation bill from the finance committee, locking to the further abolition of fhe reservation system. The amendment was adopted. The senators from Texas and California opposed it as likely i produce a general Indian, war. i In the Senate to-day,Mr- *aliory made a re- port in favor of the incr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 February 1859

tJHtnrtttl !* «• bifU'ila 4*W 1 t;ht. « j?M ***<£ tvsO # '*#£¥# **wm6« t ° i V f-«v. a fewwfcfa aA« iwnia « sLw ' 'itoC HOTELS AN j.arag pionbbr mow woska , oO aft H, RHINE Jt JEFFISliSVN, TEX4S. f- 1 _L| 1IAVTN0 purchased the entire largestuck o~ C A- ButkliJ, bare idded it lo their «mrn previously !ar^e supply uf staple (ioeds, ana now offer i« ibr ritiuns f Nor'h- ern Texas), and of uU «t>e counties trad in:* to Jef- P<J©iv«4 4 nr'cj fersun, fur tlie lurgcKt «4ctk uf men h.mdisa etef brought together ia una establishment, at this point. Their su ck comprises Grooeries-^Provisions, ♦ Plantation Goods, ■ Wines and Liqnora, Baling, Rcpj, Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Clothing, Iron, Steel, Nails, Hardware, Castings, and an enormous stock of Queentrvare. Tb« ir supply of Groceries ia exceedingly large, and offered at the very lowest figures— indeed no purelifser of moderate quantities could hoy on as liivcriiMr terms iii New Orleans, atf they are wil- ling to sell at; and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 February 1859

MNMpfl Wmsm . . r >1 I . - • i! plsssjljp \d-M -I ■'*' W*_W~ reaarka- age, ieqaektWag, . J tal powers in culti- Sir Wil- Sfa&fc* *■( arduWtuae, " maaie. At prince, tnd e amount of dollar*,) he great talent of banian M^miiWi irnn planad/lrilP^" E^mmS bathe thfew thegolden «fg*f awa*. Ptono and haughty ford withdrew frott the aefite InMness of l#. and retiring to Pwrtng^Jt^ert devoted himeeH to a life of luxuriom eaae. | Ihfi firat outlay of h (Wealth there, waa inthe erection <ff «rgor- geT^rmgahb residence in Portugal, he visited, Utider the royal sanction, some of the wealthy ar.d luxuriant monasteries of that conntrj.* It is difficult to convey an, idea of-Jhe pomp and splendor Of this journey,whUh resembled more the cavalpadeof an Eastert prince than the tour or a: private individuai. ~ "Everything," he himself says, "that could be thought or dr ramed of, for oyr convenience or relaxation, was carried in our train noth- ing was to be left behind but care and sorrow. "Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 February 1859

I- >#^*** ^v**feS' / . b*;,-*: ; ftii vpamtay^ imj m mm^mmm i# tvls*i*ftv-> >f . .CTj-^ f**J .)„ ilc'j :M-;t ' ? ' vr!$ !;ii 1 i< . i I ..i^_f,v ,-, I? jiiVvt it &ife , ' . >iepdws •:-'^i *>?*• 1 ;#5 i Mia IS |r> t- -—rrri-'" rr os Air OF TBB TKBtyi X.OWO SHALL OUR BAmrBft BSATB TBB CHARLES De MORSE, VOL 16, CLiARKSVILLE, RID IIIfSR COUNTY, TEXAS, S A T URI)AY, februa RY NO. 5. pOLORADO EXPLORING EXPEDITION—PRE- LIM IN AKV REPORT OP LIEUT; IVES. Washington, November 1,1858. Sir: I have (he honor to submit, for the in- a#on of the department, the following ef synopsis of a portion of the results of the edition, organized under my command, for exploration of the Rio Coloradoof the West, sailed from San Francisco for the mouth of Colorado river on the 1st of Aovember,1857, e Quartermaster's schooner, used in trans- ting stores to the head of the Gulf of Cali- ia. On board were the property and sup- belonging to the expedition, and also the itcriat for construct...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 February 1859

v'V 'Mf# Yokk, ; Feb.- 7.*-rSfc« ^ « «P Asia, captain Liverpool on &tuiw, flw 22d ijlt. Liverpool^ Jan. 21.—Tbe mm during the week fopt p jM>6W market closed with a The stock at Liverpool iaz46,0OO which 212,000 is American. We loans fair 7id; middling, 6i& >j Liverpool, Jim 22-*3phe Aknchssteri ontne steam She left i ' i (■ of cotton r- The have remainetHong m. faleb&«,f jth jft hearing ot on the |me effect on the whole^ , ^ _ , been a falling off ulaffi. Cloths were in good req prices A partial revival of the Paris bourse irtepe^B, whieh has on the London texchange. Xft: XuodoB, American securities we re skMr of sales. Oficrations have been c^uite limited du- ring most oi' the week, and quotations are ir- regular- ,| hi!. Havre, Jan. 21.-Jbo sales of cotton dn- rijig the week, were bales, ^ perfect panic prevailed in the market at one itimp, ow- ing to unfavorable rumors in regard_ tjo the re- lations between Prance and ■ Austria*. Subse- (jucntlv tbc tor.ft^ftbe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 February 1859

jeff&ikmi tmjas. sfltL KEEP U> their Large iStoek of Staple Oood*. and invite the attention of their frienos.and the Public generally, animation of their^Stock. friend#, and old "customers, throughout hern Counties of Texas, who may have to visit Jeil'eMoa. will do well to give all. They will tind at their establishment, roceriefc—Provisions, j Plantation Goods. I ! Wines and Liquors, Bagging, Rope, j orriign ?.nl Domestic Dry Goods, Clothing, Iron, Steel. Nails, : Hardware. Castings, Queensware. • v of Groceries especially, always to the PiH -t extent consistent with the of the ki t; Had is oilsrred at such at no .:i?cr ot' numerate quantities send to N ew Orleans and get them for, ie espouses to this place. ' Purchasing u-'.ntities. ot'course gives us advantages, ■ a re apposed to let otir customers have etit of. iJ. iiu.I learn the prices, and satisfy vour- tc. fto. t>A. IiSoO. i 1'AG N £—c hoiccst brands, for sale low RHINE & BEOS, ion, Feb. 15th. 1859. llShEY-oOU ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 February 1859

- -. 'r. It Is 0BJC b t aUrming to kiww that tke About Boston, A® Chieago, St. ■remote v 1 ': ":'.r . o yife -«sf. ski •;'4- *80 number of houaee now " - ■**!«« tojnoM thantats <«* ■UN'S ' ' *ij Zoma^^far e^jd^Thew than three ihouaand beok*lkr^ who the publications of these three h Ml ottemm thousand apothecaries, grocers sod hardware dealers, who connect literature with tg, molasses and nails. ^ i he best printing in America, is probably, now done in Cambridge; the best dot^ binding in Boston, and the best calf and morocfco in New York and Philadelphia. 1 In thajetwo lat- ter styles, we are, as yet, a long distance from iyday, the pride afXondon. His fliiish is su- preme ; there is nothing between it anid perfec- tion. : ;i. - I Books have multiplied to such an extent in our country that it now takes 750 paper mills, with 2,000 engines in constant operation, to sup- ply the printers, who work day and ujight, en- deavoring to keep their engagement with pub- lishers. ! These tirel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 February 1859

eiiRKSTiLLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SA T U R D A Y, FEBRUARY 26,1859. [ # am the Weekly Debet. EXTRAORDINARY YACHTING. TUK CRUISE OF THE WANDERER. renders generally will remember the gen- prod need in this city last J/ajch on the nce in oar river of one of the most beau- grafts ever seen in these waters. Her as the Wanderer, and hor character tha* |ea-are yacht, for which purpose sheh&d >uilt at Sautucket, Long Island, for one I sugar planters, under whose command, inied by five friends, she made a flying .'aba, astonishing the natives there by (auty and elegance, her extraordinary qtiaiit:cs and her mysterious character. Ir cruising lor a few weeks off the coast |ida. the Wanderer dashed off wcstward- was .<-■ ton cleav ing the tarbid waters of si« ij^i Anchoring off Algiers, hun- )t people, including all the amateur sail- naval characters of our city flocked to x' to behold and applaud her graceful lions Enthusiastic were the expressions iration ot her iuuuuierable bea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 February 1859

y$: tinMn>,W>. took np the Senate bill** tk. egon intoAeU^**S*£r _ WIabhiiwtok, FA.1S.--Tto Hoaae parsed the Senate UUftr the s&BMnoa of cgon by * majority of 11 votes. THiianr WA8HI^PTO , caucus hate determii.^.r% ficttion of the teriff fer aMfSCWBT#*111«■ <3 It is not understood that the members of the WlfM otwjder .IIMsMi bound by its detennin * oo en the tariff qu* ■ tioD. Memphis, Feb. 1&-—Anaftaj took jJ«j yesterday on board the steamboat Victoria. The parties were Dr. Cameron, off Missi pi, and Victor Ward, son of Mr. Robert J. Ward, of New Orleans, and brother of Matt Ward. , 1 Victor ^ard shot at Cameron through the door of a store room. i I ' Cameron wte unarmed.<■: - jy Neitherparty was much injured. j i CONGRESSIONAL. j OREGON—THB, M)AN BlLL. . Washington, Feb. 14.—The ftesident to-day Bent in a message to both bodies of Congress, informing them tbat he had signed the bill admitting Oregon iuto the Union as a State. In the Senate, the Senators from Or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 February 1859

if those, us short- a diiSs- LE« fert&e [going out, i Sorted t# [If: J pa* • eli j £R0:?. -tf.) . o-nier of h |r Couutv, lv ")9, I '1 b: the .ie, o . rex, 'f- <•;/, it b ' la. N vsr text, si orsicana* I H.John* | : oecunty \A<tm'r rid. itllsos an hat* iison, <• I call tf _ |*t^nd)b^ «fc. llto acttS^- ADl JEFFERSOX, TEXAS. STILL KEEP pP t^ir , ! Large Stock of Staple Goods, i and invite the attention !or their trien~. : r.ud the Public generally, uifiofiof their Stock. aids, ^nd olJ customers, throughout a Oouotitvi of • Texas, who may have [v«it Jefferson, will do well t-> give Thev wi!! find at their establishment, ries—Provisions. Plantation flr.od*. Wines and LiquCTG, Bagging, F.orrj, jn and Domestic l>ry Goo..?, Ciothing. _ Iron. Steel. Na<'° Hardware, f- Queeusware. j>ly of Gro«v ri.es esjiecially. ie always .ilcst exiw;t consistent with the the market; and is otl'srred at such ao purchaser of moderate quantities ?ii l tu New Orleans and get them for, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 February 1859

«!ir' Max IBON 4 liORTH ' , i It has beettj^^% irtic!)e equal either tof tie hftfft Kafhfttii o burgh coils,, exists in gre<ij<|winti*w (Carolina, atf<T recently, ot a] State aid, a cheap ana relihMe ^ to a shipping point nas bedn grlned. our citizens, with a knowledge of these jjeyf hare quietly entered the Carolina eoif W^°Wj and have purchased large tniqmfrprofoy** *• cheap rates, waiting for the motMig <w- toe la- tere. That tfbrk in naw aocompiished, and gas companies etfa hereafter be supplied at a che - yu r iat«- than from any other son-ee, with M article ratikiajr as high m. the beat, j whether foreign os- domestic. Ii> j the ^prosecution of them? new coal regions, most unexpectedly the r. irties have fallen in with immense fields ef celebrated black band iron: ore. It lies abov and beneath.the coal, and is necessarilymine* with the coal, and separated lrjum the coal a« siatc-is now, bo that the product, pf single shaft is a ;u s*- if coal and iron] Every inq...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 March 1859

mm mmmm, m v v 0 C D11A31 ...ht *4*-. \*M*& &• |4 aa; ai fe0NSM « i>n <- *. rt'Mi a; k m lil# xuit tfvd >J*J'o 4l IfaHfH LONG SHALT. OtTH BANNER EHAVE THE BREEZE—THE STAWT>ASIT> OP THE FREE I CHARLES £>©MORSE, VOL 16, THE WATBOtJS CASE. SVILLE, RED RI?M &0U N TY, TEXA S, S A T U R 0 A% M AfiCtt 5, Trom the Hniastof the lath. fHERS PACIFIC RAIL ROAD MEETING; lecture room of the Odd Fellows' Hall, lite filled last evening, -with those inter- in the condition of the Southern Pacific Company. Expectation was aroused lie rumors that had got into the public iat the full details of all matters pertain- L the road would exhibit some of the act- dt proceedings in an unenviable light, it a different aspect upon the affairs of id than was supposed by many to exist. A GERMAN INN. The Sen atehas, been listoniafcto-day to the promised speedt of General Houston, on the motion to abolish one of the district oourts of Texas, with a view ^getting rid of Judge John Charle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 March 1859

ekerboeker, f< ctimc bat It con oet, ami of I Long the COMB- and the nous received applauded frontier iiaountics the "• e wit here and, olfe, Ed icture. of the itself to fother dadatta that the U. tr^e neotral under an; policy rdr'jthe inland of Cun from ~ any tor embody the S senate yester- day pawed die diplomatic and eo:teuj*r bill. in ooufinitte of the whole, the Hoitoe con- ourrei in the re 'notion of the appropriation^ to the amonnt of nearly one and a naif millions of doMatp, making the total appropriation* for the army fourteen milKons. j ; • The Mil then pasted the house by a vote of ItS-yeas to 95 nays. | The'house went into committee of the whole, andtook up the posfoffice appropriation bill, which was diaenssed at iengn. lir. Bhrir offered an amendment authorising Butterfield k Co., the contractors for the over- bud' California mail service, to carry the mails by any route they miy choose. * Mr, Blair charged' the postmaster general with having a large tjraet -of land...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 March 1859

'Sit uPm4|| ■ ue to n|jfl ;e a 4—<t)i tndr C* iineei ttJ i of elk*! lltM , He < I we w of] H. ft8*111 * >HOSs . JEFFERSON, WJMJU' * STILL KEEP UF their i Largst Stock of HH ii <*U0<H f and invite the attention of their Kr friends and the Pnbije geneijally, Mauiiiiation of their Stock. j . tf 'friends, and old customers. throughout Mem Count its of Texas, who may uave STto visit Jefferson, will do well to give i a call. They will find at their establishment, Groceries—Provisions, Plantation Goods, Wiuuaand Liquors, Bagging, Rope, Foreign and DoraesticDry Goods. Clothing, Iron, Steel. Nails Hardware, (te&* ~ Queenswnre. eir supply of Groceries especially, is always [up to the fullest extent consistent with the |nds of the market; and is oflsrred at such s. that no pun-haser of moderate quantitieb ] go, or scud to New Orleans and get tliem for, f.y the expenses to this place. Purchasing ge quantities, of course gives us advantage*, we are disposed to let our customer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 March 1859

notice Bwroant to on appointed arfocgpuMdlif Fayette oounty, nnointtdMr: B. members preeentj ah< ling J re- ION. Tennessee, to the eh irr *nd" DDoinW<t Mr: 1 F. Dill, of the Atniil On motion of Ik-Governor Joaeb, a ooi mittee of nine was appointed to wport on btnfl nesa for the Mosi^ntnji ef the convention.— The Chairman announced the following gentle- men on said eomissi^tefc, Via: Henry<i. Smith, A. fl. ItaaglsK) 8. P. Walker, J. H. ifcjWi- hon, James JPenri,- qf Tenn., sr. LoVe.^ of North Carolina, W. B. Thompson, of Virginia, Judge J. T. Mills, of Texa9, and wr. Win ton, of New York. "I The committee having performed the duty for which they were appointed, then ad- journed. . CoMJiiXVKJt o«f BusiNKW.-^The Committee on business and organization appointed under Guv. Jones' resolution, organised by calling J adge Mills, of Texas, to the Chair, and ap- pointing Mr. A. H. Douglass, Secretary. Whereupon, oa motion of *n Love^ of N. C., Gov. Jones was appointed president of th...

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