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

. * * m iiErSr' f* ^t*ioo ®tix yn mxvam sm r ♦ySCoH -Suit (;/• • ■*•< CHARLES De MORSE, long shall qur banner brave the brbiysb^-thb standahd op tbsjnbbl VOL 16, CLARKS VILLE, KEI> RIVER COUNTY, T EX A S, SAT IT R DA T,.M A R C ll 12,1859. EDITOR AiH) TROfRHTOR NO. 8. 1'xuw tiitf Patent OSlce Agricultural Kepart for 166T: [INVESTIGATION OF THE Sl'GAR BEARINO MIWCiTY OF THK CHINESE dt'GAR-CANE. | juice, heat quickly to 180° F., add sufficient '«■>. I Pa& i may lower l . j. J'-' nid J not ;,jy ent, kneaS-t'j l cur«3 nviof* ly c««J*1 SK.J off* kg ^ . . W*1 jjpM Jibe 1 (i*1 Liib BY HUT. J. L. SMltll, OP KENTCCKT. lime to enable th$ solution to sict on reddened ! litmus paper, filter, evaporate about a third of I the liquid, filter through well-washed animal i charcoal; evaporate at a temperature not ex- /> • .• ~ . • • ceedin'g '.'n tnvLStiguisng the sugar-bearing cap. city y the Chinese sugar-cane, the first step retjuir- was to ascertain the true chemical coustitu- j h...

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

W WW that m Suudnaa. ***** Ganges, upon r this we J. Lon trml oommitteQ, who -eupou, ce were WACTTimTOIf, Wtj TQte on thei Cuba bill resulted in yaat 80, 4J8 18/ •; 7'- i 'v!' il l: I . !i ' Mr SIid<jll, fearing] tiwt FffeS. would cause the loss c said that tlje se®9« of tiaqtlj expressed, and ; ;bill on the " The Sen gtead bilt, f - Gen. Hoi eating his jHeMW. \f p. M-—H(Aut.—The poatof- flce Appropriation bill passed by four majori- ty, in the same shape as it had been previously rejected, j ', . r • , vLi_ Iii yesterday evening's session, the last res- olution ot (ko minority-Fraud Committee says, that the personal and official integrity of the Navy is noi im peached) in th investigation f of the Committee of the Whole on the naval ap- riation bills, take Up the propriatioa bill. The Ho?se agreed to the V Jt. Pace committifpft :■ |g| L ., a committal* of 3 w«i appO'n* .recinct, to glwiiOtiee^w all m et- ^ respective pre<$ncta'l*£ *egaija to nty Conventions. The followuig wer...

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

K* - wmm a. ST^i ps Honey Gr-oVe, Texas. iKT U UNS thank* to his old friends ad customers, tuul hogs Wave to so- tfcit a continual iou of iheir patron- age, and tvould must respectfully s$y to them/that he has recently received a netc ("iji'ti/ of 3l9 i H. RHINE & BROS. JEEEJSRSCX, TEXAS. \ STILL KEEP Ur their Large Stock of Staple Qoods, i 'J|Y and invite the attention of their trier* 'S and the Public generally. i an examination of their Stock. [Their friends, and old customers, throughout j } Stapli and Fancy Qoods, ke Northern Counties of Texas, who may have i aiid designs, in future, keeping always on hand, a Ecasion to visit Jefferson, will do well ti> give j ejenciiil assortment of such goods as are usually kept |em a cali. They will find atthtue^'^.jlishuoent, retail stores in Northern;Texas, which he will Groceries—Provisions. j Sell Cbeap tor C h, Plantation Goods, aiid £s low on * credit, as any other person in this wiripri iitiii tihirrffc i vicinity* . i , Easing...

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

sr ASFW3T!OF ATFAriW | mind, and „ of self-control" under cirtumstanees <jf imminei it f*tfl, wkiie&^eeci «lin|st for^n dsiicate pHj9tc.il organisation. | |A «kriking in- stance of siif-ixmiinand^ bya lady whose ft*1"8 must fcrejbeor powerfa% excited., |and_wh«8e life of affluence. m ptfXSBj ^frMbregiv- en ^er nerves any severer test thafajis incident to the vexitioas of domestic caress ip given in Chambers^ Journal of last month, j W3 copy the adventure, preurshijr, by waj^ of explana- tion, that }he lady was the daughter of a rector residing iij a quiet English count&-jvillage,and was upon the eve of marriage: s j The we Id ng day was to be oni the morrow of that on fljhiehouradveuturehappieced Grand prepardtiuiis wore made or the wedding; and the rec(tor |i fine old plate, and the costly gift*1 of the 5 brifl.e were discussed with; pride and- p'exran: aj the Rare and Hounds, in the pres- ence of sso^ie strangers, who had eoiiw to a prize flghjt, whi'lli had taken place...

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

pen. ^s?iia£ ■ho MJ< !ai |vi : vTtiu >1 Ic'tjVgesi cl- the' Ldiea: *>M | frinripiiii abac. ■ ANDI (** [ close, at. paid. cut. n Iran tat 'S llBPP claes rears, lioafl* ice rf? , hw1 k,Sm Ht.u mm" mmimmmmm n-mst. -ac 1 h ,m-)iI 9 anifcw uiAaticnittri m Usttlmaofi xrrftil: >#«><.* f^pni • #\-n rj4t1i> /.ryjiaii-h1'' fijtj'frf tati'.M IV-'•'•r i > JlU <> nam fit si l-rfft .k«'t iK'rilrrr^ >1 !?• .«. y&wu>m in*vrittemfm mmjmm CHARLES Do ^ORSB, fc?r !* /■< VOL 16, l w the talent "jii-0 • lEMlfAL ItESEARCFTES t)N THE CHINESE AND AFRICAN SUGAR-CANES. I AfrM|ml l>c|<ort fcr 1*S : ITS ON f H j BT C. T. J VCKSOJT, X. D., Of 3lA.S9AOIirSF.TTS. the 10th uf September, li}57, I obtained m Bruintrce, Massachusetts, a quantity of ipe canes ( Ao. i) ot Sorghuui, (Chinese ia- r.) just as they were about to flower, Two knds of these eat.es gave, iu a screw-press, goifnecs of juic*, or 81J percent. 1 observ- eonsiderable deposit oi' whitosturoh from I jui...

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

'..y $ MB ore* Wine Bitters, and Raspberry Cordial, iui„ Ac., for mit, cheap, b March 19th, 1865/^ rttheill-Wlf WB- savod by the lakin row* into tlljkw.ter , and set* one !*!• *na tA Id of the bag#* TO wfry forannonr.— no* it is interesting, we statement front the II be found in aqpth list of names, %cau * a-our .citiienB, and ;tHQT M but fur ih weekly, l on rel iance for il from a demi-weckl n City, h 6th, 1859^ last, notbi ajhjtfnporl. TU J^INSEED and Ian) Oil, dew glass, cheap for CWft weeks h pie of Bowie tit. They have SUNK Dear Major transnired here ghtfu and business yfm arntm by the dto- tamer's ran. Spring is exMHtrely warm the City is exceed) m Balttmorb, March 6.—We lj*n the steaifship lfeltimore, of the • ,vana wad the former in w with a members and was erpool, The by her New is active.! entire Bepublican In | New Hamp- ave also elected three ' ■ f ! f Balling of the Canada. imship Canada sailed tjo-day for Liv ' $200,000110 specie On freight. New Orleans mail dates take...

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

CWl ill 0 ille A A <,k ati r11' ooo®*| |i! las, lt<- and' [ of Bo®*'] en. ia $&**] &*•? 1 lf**2 ME ED WARE. Mi fe;-'® H. RHINE ft BROS; ■ JEFFERSON* TMJAS. .. j \, ••; STILL KEEP UP Uwif I Large Stock of Stapto Qoodt, | aud invite the attention of their m friem's and the Pnbtie generally, iii examination of their^Stock. Phcir friends, and old. customers, throughout Northern Counties of Texas, who may hate fcasion to visit Jefferson, will do well jto give a call. They will find at their establishment, <i roceries—fProvisions, Plantation Goods, Wines and Liquors, Bagging, Hope, Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Clothing, Iron, Steel, Nails j Hardware, Castings, Queensware. Their supply of Groceries especially, is always ^t u]> to the fullest. extent consistent with the sands of the market: and is orterred at surth bes. that no purchaser of moderate quantities il«l go, or send to New Orleans and get them fur. pay the expenses to this place. Purchasing rge i|iianvties,...

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

gp: :■ P . Ill \mt&- fBsaattre bills Majestic trees Or best in lowly Theomtal AW* of to aw, u of y«re. "On, oa!" he cried; "achildegain I'U bo about the cfottfl«o doorr ; And jtm of sin, and year* of Strife, Shall bo remembered hence, no more." "But ah S bow tain1 Life's morning spout In folly's path wi hopo to find AX sultry noon, or dulty ere, The lore-lit path we left 1 X-: ' ' ' I . ; || - - * '• Alone, 'mid desolation "vast. He wanders through bis father's balls. Or in amasement stands, amid The wreck and dearth of crumbling walls. " Mother, 0; mother, jwhere art thou ? " He cried, "4o comfort now thy son. My father and my <i tn, where. Hast thou so sooi life's journey run f Ye crumbling walla, the echoes ;of My mother's voloe, give bock, and own If with her parting breath she prayed For her first born, her wayward son T " In deepest grief he turned away, And sighed, "no;hope, no home. n<- mend. The rigor of my youth is fled. . In wretchedness hy W mMt end* ' And th e...

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

p^f ■At. i f m fM wwl ! jit i«Bssfid -4a a sfr .-^i} -, IjlJi.'rf Jrt-j-v **uis JisWJi Loire SHALL Otm BAirHBK BRAVE TBS WAIOAID OF TBS FRBB CHARLES DeMORSE, VOL 16, CLARK ST ILLJ5, RED IU tfcR £Q U-HTY, TE XA jj SA f U R D AjY, MARCH 26,1859. sat ?I t «IAOXTI4W ■i seA .sa**n t ADMISSION OK OREGON. > of the Speech of Bon. A. B. Stephens, orgia,in the Bona* of Representative*, ivy 12, 1859. word further, upon another subject, the esficcial attention of the House I Mr. Calhoun, on th* Michigan bill,against per- j wrong from even those ^e ^ toothers That j j fitting alien suftragein that State? It was on j necessity, I trust, wiUnev^^.. j ! the motion of Mr.]Qlay. jj I, W-* * l° ^ourfttjjr.?, J.dfl.Wft Mow. T ! CONGRESSIONAL. v Me. Crittenden^ submitted the following, whioh were unanimously adopted: WakiunoSTON, Tuesday, March & 18&9, I " Resohed by thA Smote of the United States, Senate—Mr Thompson, of Kentucky,pre-j That the Senate- ind Hoime, being of right the credential...

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

M-i IV. W L - *'".•>?' 'l''~ Wm , TnPMROCCVab.—The New York Ewnieg P«£ *b« 28dult., m^: An intelligent Amende, now in Para, who has access to the best sp^MM of writes the following, in j a private bo^w February 3d, on the prejwait politacel fP1"1 IP.nmt^ • i ' • |"i" ■'-■•- ' ■ i ■ w Eere, J think, the Untimeti wmimtwiW- ip determined up. <4 little time, buit _ _ . -. . iT"--!-' U .. «e that; the utmost ee- the French arsenals, navy 1 faunae additional num- ^ _ gtSy**, udline woAis greatertj energy by relays of hands, working extra hours, and night as well as day. Arms, munitions ; and .provisions are accumulated, and af« transported exactly to those points j where, if war #wto exist to- morrow, they would be Wanted to-morrow. The army and navy1 have hdth been reinforced— liurgc additional number# df mea have been ad- ded to the army on the! southeastern Bne of France, j I am told, on whatk t believe to be en- tirely reliable authority, that the government has recently purchas...

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

1 'iw-lvWj of Borflfc* ■en. ' J. EE Till*' (NoSfl r LiH olil BeAjJ iv \V m.v Ii FaniMB 1 waft! of whim| 1 not ccan receipt ® [>hv, at 3* :'t - Jl KOTT^ IA! I.ATBH king thai fd of 1 our *■ ur debt* ™ prom** 311. re uents J** f they At RHISTX & BROS JEFFERSON, TSXAS. pTFlLL KEEP UP their | Large Stock of Staple Good*, and invite the attention 9/ their frien's aud the Public generally, „te*awinatk>n of their Stock. Heir friends, and o|d customers, 1 throughout (hern Counties of Texas, who may liAve to visit Jeffereon. will do well to give , fcail. They will find at their establishment, Gnjceries—Provisions, Plantation Goods, . Winee and Liquors, Bagging, Rope, Foreign and DomesticDry Goods, Clothing, Iron, Steel, Nai' Hardware, Castings. Queens ware. Jieir supply of Groceries especially, is always [up to the fullest extent consistent with the ind* of the market; and is . offerred at such P, that 110 .purchaser of moderate quantities [ go, or send toNew Orleans and get them fo...

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

HE'S CQM i^% -r #*V \&: '' ■'« *.•& SlIJSZ CAN AI*. ItsppMttftoma pubUc«tiott jiWt itei^# by Mr Ferdinand de Lesseps, tie proj ector iff the Hot- M.XMC.S****"**0 WJHITACn#**"** ^jss25** s=? lbtiuCitizc**oJ «**<***; month, in of oertsm the Indian II kbori*g te forcil links. On the : wksm&dtsonapa 'were! enoami to drive the 27th of December an i of ttwJWwdlylwBiMf, t j,„ . , „ without theliniits of-the low^r Kesprve, and naiuber of the party killed} it jis believed At a time wheu they imagined themselves secure from all danger, nothing buying Ocoarrcd to interrupt the existing relations ofj peace aod amity with their neighbors. Believing that said act of violence would l«Ud to; hostility,and Having reliable information of the organization of an anned force for suqli purpose, by the whites, Proclamation Was issued, warning all persons against participating Or engaging in an v unlawful meaiures agaiast tke Indians occupy ing said Reserves. It Is to b« regretted that such ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 April 1859

VOL 161 CLARKSV1LLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 2,1869. NO. lit UNITED STATES SENATE! ite on the Kansas Restriction {—Posi- tions Defined. one o'clock, on the 24th inst., the debate United States Senate turned on the fol- ^g amendment, offered by Mr. Hale, to the " Appropriation Bill: —Aajf be it further enacted, That the ection ot' the act entitled 4< An act for the sion of the State of Kansas into the approved May 4, 1858, be and the | is hereby amended by striking out the ing words, viz: " whenever it is ascertain- a census duly and legally taken, that the ition of said Territory equals or exceeds tio of representation required for the mem- the House of Representatives in the bs of the United States;" which words reby repealed. THE KANSAS RESTRICTION. One o'clock the general appropriation bill ip as unfinished business, the question Ion the amendment offered by Mr. Hale, |ng the Kansas restriction. Stuart regretted exceedingly that this had been introduced, but a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 April 1859

IIP P#r fe?!<' 0 •I#**®"*?'? Ilewett M«bn;Jat . pool cotton market1 of .Si- M. I ST* \vtk., \ M1QB. •*^£ entered the Orleans 7 1- prioefl in ereaeetl ac Iwfcet |i fpeaisK^" ho Nova Scotia report* that im tivit i prevailed in the] Sfabche$tprtrad«, And spinners were profitably employed- T- e political news [from *he continent bj ibi ariival is of a more pacific tenor, and g- es to show that strong hope# were entertain- ed ol a peaceful arrangement of the present indict- difficulties between FiWce, Sardinia and Aus- tria . jPritcc Napofeon bi minis .r of Algeria. nine 11 io the general tion ol more peaceful ■1 he Paris C-onstifc French troops have Home. j L rl lie ParisMonitcuit, of the next ^ay, the innkruncemcnt is jjremature. The trench budget'had been called up in ulmittce of the legislative body. reigned] his j office a * "* *ap hfd! addec d this lence ensures. lonal announces that the been withdrawn froit say? i ||1,000 jf>M!y mana- , and lotute, [leaves, mt ex* fab- Bp"-*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 April 1859

-SB&1 'i i,: W$] . §f V a^WHSmpra SOU. TEXAS- F and invite the attention of the* : Iran 's Md the Public generally, iHitnstioa of'theirStock. . . friends, and old customer*, throagliout liem Counties of Texas, who may have prion to visit Jefferson, will do well tj give pir n call. They will find at their establishment. Groceries—Provisions, j Plantation Goods, Wines and Liquors, Foreign and Domestic Clothing, Iron, Steel, Na{' Hardware Castings, t£ueensware. heir supply of Groceries especially, is always i op to the fullest extent consistent with the ends of the market; and is otferred at such that no purchaser of modejrate quantities I go. or send to New Orleans and get them for, [pay the expanses to this place. Purchasing lrge quantities, of course gives us advantages, fell we are disposed to let our customers have " enefit of. Ml on us, and learn the prices, and satisfy your- ferton, Tex. Feb. loth, 1859. 1AMPAGN E—choicest brands, for sale low 1U11NK * BOOS. '•r on Feb. I5i|...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 April 1859

W: 3M(pi *n Fourth of in mv pouap ludnat 25 _ ttmit*n—s rf from a eetofrnrted cantinsntfcl oAeelr,>who built ^ *** throng^ «wyhcrd winter st Yalky Korge, and made OorawalHs acknowledge the ooro at York town. The principal building of the city aft the the Patent office, where the y&ukfcjaf at* gran- ted the exclusive right to natti&epire ana tell India-rubber baby jumberS, doable-geared rat- traps, B^vay> $eady BeKef, which is war- ranted to f<4«we you ttf jour money, if nothing else, and fitfrn valnftble indentions of the age; the Genend MrteAce, Whtte they superintend the management of thei different mail routes of the country, the National Treasury, an insti- tution of learning which has graduated more men in the art of swindling die government than any tea similar or dianiuhur institutions 4ft, the world; and the City! Jail, *hich is the only public building in Washington which is really devoted to honest purposes, and that is devoted to no purpose at all, Doth t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 April 1859

'Vb " :*• ^ V " $m m^ri De MORSE, LONG SH EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR VOL 16, CLARKSVILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SAT 0 R D A Y, APRILS, 1859. NO. 12. ed hypocritical, bat thej suffering on his face was unmistakable, t " Perhaps you hate suspected then "—he be- gan in a quivering voice.; * Not calmly, but with the words of an accu- ser I told him what I had ween, and thought and felt. [Ill' 'Sir," said be, in tones which I shall never A TRUE STORY. We recently published a letter, in which [Harlow Case, the defaulting collector of San- fdusky, Ohio, announced the decease of the un- ippy woman who had accompanied his flight id i mplorcd forgiveness of her husband. 11n- ier the title we have given above, a reliable i rrespondent of the Boston Watchman and Re- lector, writing from Ceylon, describes an inter- view with the guilty pair, which took place lortly before death hurried awav t ie mother, ind t he child whom she had made the compan- n of her wanderings. The writer describes feelingl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 April 1859

rnztMm P rJi* " ' 1 Jr ft! N: ill I :i lave scheme is j Walker's Nicaragua ten. Hen enaiofl ,-i-Satirfactory ,5 the AriwJiin at all with ate ^formed in sition tp Gen. ceased i A coppany of ei thiseitjf. , !Tb«ar«w ChranwStaJi Trtaty. gton, March [25.4-General Herran Washington awaiting the action of meftt upon pertain sectlonB of the tinted with *ew Grenada in 1846 to the inanition of) tannage on ressels and ctiher taxes, wherery our citizenslam placed on ait equality with citizens of that Jlejpublic. Central American intrigue- WAskiNGTON, March 25.4-A private letter receive* in this city fro^ a distinguished source in Parts says that 31. Etvauskur, jwho hag been appointed by the Govefninent as Minister to Mexico} will stop on his way to negotiate a treaty with Nicaragua, j j ■ His fis;t to Nicaragua is ostensibly repre- sented as being connected with the Belly Ca- nal Company's project, but our informant states that th| real object of his visit is to , negotiate a treaty securing t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 April 1859

, ' -i ' ; Vv i£ H. RHl?fS * BROS. JEFFERSON, TEXAS. STILL KEEP UP their I Large Stock of Staple Good*, | and invite the attention of their ! friends ami the Public generally, untnation oftheirStock. friends, and old customers, throughout them Connties of Texas, who may have to visit Jefferson, will do well to give call. They will find at their Mtablislunent, [ Groceries—Provisions, Plantation Goods, Wines and Liquors, Bagging, Rope, [Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Clothing, Iron, Steel, Nails, Hardware, Castings, Qiieensware. ■supply of Groceries especially, is always i to the fullest extent consistent with the of the market; and is offerred at such ant no purchaser of moderate quantities X or send to New Orleans and get them for, the exj>enses to this place. Purchasing i quantities, of course gives us advantages, re are disposed to let our customers have rtit of. us, and learn the prices, and satisfy vour- Tex. Feb. 15/A, 1850. IPAGNE—choicest brands, for sale low RHINE & ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 April 1859

,:X 3^ ST- i,< lint of the num- reveraed ta4 _ Judge* in* > the 20th volnuw at the P Central Texian. (jig tf merit it i Qny uthe first and and remanded, 85, a«p berof cases affirm remanded of eluded ifi the li Reports, from If affirmed ; will be seen thaf J I best" in tike If '. ova.; i* ,!v X' Jewett, reversed and remanded, 9, j Baylor, reversed and remanded 21, i j Ufirmed, 21. . • - J. H. Bell, reversed and remanded, 20, a£ 1 firmed 17. E. J. Davis, reverse^ and 'remanded, 00, affirmed, 8. A. W- Terrcl, reversed and remanded, 1 affirmed, 1. . i j !F. Jones, reversed and remanded, 21. at • firmed, 31. j j j • i E. R.j Vontress, reyeijsed and remanded, 1, affirmed, 1. W. W. Morris, reversed and remanded, 26, affirmed, 26. I ! Peter W. Gray, reversed and remanded, 10 ! affirmed, 35. ' j ! James Webb, reversed and remanded, 2, affimed, 4. John Gregg, reversed and remanded, 4, affirmed, 2. J. 51. Maxey, reversed and remanded 4, affirmed, 1. j - 0. A. Frazer, reversed and remande...

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