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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 February 1869

"■WW1* it a ffiflSIR 5 -r-i3L. jissi.awa^wf *«?*ar a '.-JJlt!3i^7 "Writf jb tor the Sundar'a Telegraph. ''S*. BITTIBWOBM. ^ ~ ~i ■ * ' ' BY MABY U PAHL. "Sweet words, they eome aot every day, Who'hears then),'let him bless and pray." ^ . :•• "> **• [MoUie JS. ifoore." Bitter words, they lira alway, Who! deals them, let him weep and pray. She met him with a fond caress, And with Iter pure lips tried to bless. He said " 'tis nonsense, lore like this !" And dealt her one cold, careless kiss. And so the years passed on ! He quite Content wit£,formal airs; she night And day fp* Love's caressing pined, Till *boVe her tomb the stars their kind, UntiriflTg'vigils kept! Still on thfe fair years fled; bat oh ! upon His heart the sad regret that lay, Who would that heap of sorrow weigh ? The rankest weed must wilt and die, When wintry winds come stealing by ; 'Whitesunny skies and gentle dews, Lend Flora's bower the loveliest hues. Thus darker grow, dark natures; while Love, kind and true, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 February 1869

■ *1 a, C9iu{qgfci%se?-*^"Q--- -*;•' a:o~\ ^blt=n ;_Si~ • q -• -o:iJi Tlie pQWfo wotfld Wwrfprfced it- Wo were permitted to published the many pritate fettere we^ receiving ifrottU merontuaug the State, ip favor, of a peaceful, aitf harmoaiodi *- solution to 04r djfficoi- Fat these letters are liort intended for publication, and the writers^ climitoaJlow it,firam an apprehension that'lhe^arty Wpewer will ceflstrtie theff positions into'effbrts focnrry favor for the writei%^.4nd while" We condema,tintdelioacy, we must admit to if enfr?mchised, would |fe dangerous to the lJaUonaLgovernfl'_. ' Will not our rulers conaiderthe fact "feat if these men disked to create ■ disorder, that the 'very disfranchise- ments via^ed upon, them would be a prompting cause jtesAnd the further. this harshness is a fruitful oanae of irritation and dissatisfaction do with the- si- len<&%p£many gentlemen of ^t^t4ii;* 51 i We flow have before us a namber of these letters, and as the commdfr sen Mine n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 February 1869

W' w Ml? VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 44. HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, ®BBUARY 18, 1869. ESTABLISHED 1834. BY TELEGRAPH. "S, Associated Press Dispatches. NW York,Feb 13—TheChauncey brings a quarter of a million. Aspin wall merchants allowed goods sold for taxes, rather than submit to the government exactions. Cuahings mission is successful. Havana, Feb.^3 —Dulce's procla- mation says: " Whereas, The ,insurgents have failed to avail themselves of the of- fered clemency, and o hers are con- tinually joining the insurgents, the amnesty is withdrawn, and censorship over the press is reestablished.' Per- -sons violating the press law and po- litical prisoners are hereafter to be tried by court martial." Madrid, F«b. 13 — Serrano, ad- dressing Cortes, hoped that slavery wonld be abolished without precipita- tion, and without compromising the prosperity of the Antilh e. . New York, Feb. 13.—Col. James Gardner, for many years editor of the August a,Ga Constitutionalist, left here yesterday to attend the Mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 February 1869

WEEKLY fcagt Bge, Fayette ecoaty. Vaden-on. Grimes ooflsty. ^^rsloanna, KavaiiO&uul eXgrson ©wonevU'e Kobertacn county k, 0. GMOOBT: w. BosoKgs WlRSLM. sik T. moselkt. B. WILSON Alvarft'1©*Mtwa cmmty..-v-• • J* ^f°RB E. C. WbahTon £ Ce.,General agents Nevr Orleans Brazoria, Bntzor5ft eonntj Jfaj. J.O. MbSkki,, Jr Oichmoad, Bend county-....--..-*P Viotoria, Victoria county „ u oraT columbus. . • ... .Obo. Mc Cokmick St !««!*K0...^VT.T«..-.;ii..-«4k* *««oww Belton. Boll county ••••••'• w- Fishbubh Hillsbo Hill county. ...W, B.,T wkb Waxahachie, El is county J. H. Whittbbbbbs "JeSercn-n, r. .i .• «.*.*.... ...Hosack fc Co. Bryan. Brazoscod*ty..—.'.^i........Miao*&-BnMm VfexfLbTttfrU, T ark*r oo^nvy J. L-Oldh^b. LockSutrt, Caldwell county ..,...Lucb 4j.Pq.lk. Dallas*Oallas county..*. J. M. Ckocxbtt. Sew Orleans. La ~-.-A- F1BR*0HT of fhe house of Biaooe & Sunma, Special Agent Wacq, ilcLemuki corujity. .... B. J Fob «abb McLennan: Wa«K?. v. ;...*.. Coke, Herrinar St Adams Mar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 February 1869

■I PaliCe Rulmd.^ Report, presented Feb. 3, to m The Committee on RoaVls and Cabals, t<T ■whom -was referred House hill, No. 847, entitled. "Abill to aid in the constriction of the International Pacific Railroad from Cairo,lirinoia, to the Rio Grande river, to authorize the consolidation of certain rail- vMsd Companies, and to provide; home- Bttfkds for the laborers ou said roadSj" rc- ^peetfully report: ... ... . •' That thej have had said bill'under consideration, and have agreed apian .~. and herewith leport a substitute for the Bajne, and recommend the passage of the subatj&afce. , "Stoat committee deem it proper to . giveclf<>|; tho consideration of the : House, a brief statensens of the t, reasoos which have induced them to arjive at the conclusions to ;Wbieb they ha,ye come. . 4 j . I ' :i. 1. The JRoute.—The.proposed rail-, road line, confmencing at the mouth of the Ohio river, ^opposite the city of Cairo, Illinois, passes |n a southwest wardlydirectiou 930 mile...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 February 1869

•jfes WEEKLY HIEflRAPII. W. G. WEBB, JBSltot fcnd I#OPrietor. w. H« PABSORB, ? Aaioolate Edltart. fi. A. THRALL, J _ . _ ... J.M.M0BPH1S, wrrespoiEditor. J, C. GfifBW. - Cerrespondiug Editor. # •HUTBLINQ A6INT8 & 00B. * «K TBXA8: 0 1 BSN&Y DeV UVE. of Hontton, Texas. Oayt.ALBKKT K. PaR*0* , ofWioo Til Houston, February 18. 1869. THE Rtf# CONSTITUTION. ,-j The time has come for the people of Texas to determine what action they take upon the Constitution of- fered to them by the Convention, and fti -4*e Jhfe'euttelves aa journalists to dtfine our_position at once. It Is well known that we have advo eated, that suffrage should be granted ipoD ability, to read the Constitution of the United States, and that we labored to have a prevision passed by the Convention w^h this mild qualification. ^ • Since ourviews were published, a movement has been made is Virginia mmong the Confederates, resulting in sending some of her most- prominent "Citizens to Washington to lay before Congress...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 February 1869

BY TELEGRAPH. Assoefeted Press Dispatches. DEFERRED DISPATCHES. New Orlfass, Feb. 16. — The steamships Cuba and Bientille havn arrivt-d j they bring a large number : OfrCaban refugees from Havana Two other 8hip9 recently arrived Havana steamers alBO biought numbers of Tefagees. The, civil equality bill on srcnnd feading yesterday was po amended as to take eflFect on April 1st, instead of upon adoption. It was fixed for to day lor final afctioB, but was not reached ' Washington, Feb. 16.—In the House to-nighr, many amendments -were offered, the most important of them Adoptedi Tobacco stamps must be purchased from the Collector of the "DiRt. Tax on paper cigaretas not ex ceeding one pound and lour ounces per 4 .thousand, forty cents per thousand. Qfreitf er weight, but not exceeding three "pounds, and all cigars now held in bbodtd warehouses, shall pay the same duty aB though they, were im ported after the passage tif this act. VA11 claims tor over taxation, amount* ~ ing to five hund...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 February 1869

'* WKfcKtT ftLEfiBAfW- Houston, February 18th 1869. Xenu of ike Telegraph ob ovbxbhot.) . Daily per year, $16; for six months, $ month,$1 50. Tri-Weekly, 9* Per year; $-1 5(1 for • months. \ ' Weekly,' per year, 19. i " - t Single copies, 10 cents. 8; ocbbskp interest. Some- very extravagant notions are published in referrence to the nuniber and value of Texas cattle, ahd the profits of this branch of industry. Bat ab the stock business furnishes occupation to a large number of oar people, a few facts and figures in re- feTrence to this Buhject may prove interesting to our readers. In 1860 the censns report,ot the "UniteS! States pnts the number of 4Attle in Texas ai 3,535,768. In 1866 the Commissioner of Agri- culture estimated the number of Texas cattle at 3,111,475. The number reported as having been given iir for taxes in 1868, amonnted to 3,850,029, valued at $16, 850,000, but as a number of counties ftre not included in this report, it must be considerably under the trne numbe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 February 1869

ft ' * % si; 4 * Fot the Telegraph. * IMS EXttE'4 BKCALI, i *- BT DBAF. * • • ■One*m"re fiam the paths that the Wile must tread Ag ortune and fates direct his retreat, We loay to receive th«m, sh cc passion has fled, To a place oa the threshofd t f libert''« seat, Where h«n>i a r>- ret Jo/ml, and blessings are strewn W t." arm digal hand or the hearts of the brave Whe*e hope? are renewed, and the pr:c9ess boon Of freedom remains, that our loi tfathers gave. Tlu fltbric that swords flashed on high to preserve In t its mt-rn'riM has crumbled "to dust, The banners whose warlne a million could serve. Are-fallen, d maud ins no lon«r-r their trust. The hep^s that were eh rtehtd br the champion - _ knights. '* V As titer strove to advance the conquering car. Are fulfilled in the peace, with its garlands bright, Succeeding the havoc of desolate war. 'Fields on<w e saneuWd wi h battle's red gore Are bearing anew their burden-- of fruit; The anguish; that sorrowing bosoms then bore. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 February 1869

Regulations fer the Lent of 1869, lor •he Dioeese of C*alTe®t©n WEEKLY Houston, February 18th 1869b rage clause, ia' . Hamilton, and The followiiyt is the apS, . trodudecLfcy ORiner^t Jw^ f passed by the Convention ; ^ . ItlORT OF SUFITn.VGK. Sac 1 Every male oitizea of the United States of the age of twenty-one j-eat. and onward not laboring under the disabilities named in this Constitution, without dis- tinction of raco, oplor.orforiger condition, ivho shall be ate-idiAt oE this SJflTat file time of the adoption of this Constitution, or who shall thereafter reside in this State one year, and iu the oonnty in which he o&?9 to v te rusty days next preceding any election, shall b entitled to vote for all officers that are now or that hereafter electors in any eleotion ; Provided, that no person shall be allowed to vote or hold offioe wh > is now or hereafter may be diwjaalified therefrom by the Con ^titntion of the United Statesf until such disqualification shall be removed by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 February 1869

; ~ ' i; 'S: * j%r * ' *'*•.' • *&'& *• ——. I' "I ■-*•' !'• • ' _A XXXIV—NO. 45. HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1869 V- 1 '• • . }• ■'■• -* . - .* ■ " ' <«£& 1? !ea- BY TELEGRAPH. Associated Preset Dispatches. ■ • Washington, Feb. £l.—The Presi- dent (mi(tuned Dempaey for cow- hfdmgD^cah. f *Tim Alabama treaty will not be considered in Executive sesaioD uatil ©iter rfce io a ugnra ti on. There is a strong party favoring its ratification. Feeliu'g favor tetificatiou grows with delay. ; Atlanta. Ga., Feb. 21.- A Meeting was field last night at ibe Legislative Hall by Republicans believing Geor- gia reconstructed according to acts of Coo gi ess, and the fallowing resold ti<>u8 adopted : That Georgia was legally tecon st) acted when the l4t.h amendment was adopted by her Legislature. When the Governor was inaugurated, taktog the oath prescribed by the Conetitutjon, the military authority became subordinate to civil, and six representatives from the Scatfe ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 February 1869

.* V* ♦ A' /'if*-*-' .&** l£ rtMMiiiiiH^ - 'wP '""'"' ~■ 'ifedfc. *■«** *.- -# >. $** Vv i|l;: :7w;/ H WfcEEIt TE^ftRAPgt Iipnir Payette eosusty T °- e**«w« ^n4fT-" OriaManooatr- , Jtevwrro ooaniy. ..B. W. BOOOSSS ...colc. ft. wunojiK. ....3i«T.lt<>«W'®*> on*bgi®« robert^-n ccqjUt «. Ji Bi Alvanulo, Johrscu ouuty.........i...J. ff. HOOKB jj. o. WHAaio t V«- Geaenkl ag*Bto>Hew Orieans Bramria, Brawn* eoa a £J M«.j. J. G. McNajfe. Jr BleiuBond, Fort B«afoaatr Jom lift|i."' VfetoA. , Deatoa wnnty WrJL Moont ColoradfcMaaty.. D. 8f. Postkr .G*p. MCCormiok Clinton, DeWitt county .St. i*«u.ko-............... Belton, Bail county— XllMdt'. Hill aoaaty Wftxahftohie, Ellis aoda tr... Bt7 m,Bcszod eosnty........ WMttortord, Farkarooanty. Osage, ..Tfio*is C. Smith .....J. If. PiTTOHAXD j. w. fishburs W, B. Takvbb ..J. if. Whittbsbbb® .Bo«ack it Co. •**" fcbtjbkb J.L. OtDSilt jhaokfeart, Caldwell coanty.. ■ IltJCB i. hll - \Balla* Da 11 ad MUty.... J- M. CBMBW. K#wCrte*n8,L*......

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 February 1869

♦ I w BY # f I Associated Press Diflpatehea. New Yobjc,-feb. 37—Discounts doll and unsettled; prime paper iromioally :&$o&; wool io moderate demand. Tesias 3tfi, California 28 feo -30; hides— business Hibited— large arrivals from domestic ports, New Orleans salted 12 to 13, Tex^s13$. A 'special to the Herald, dated Havana, ^February 14th, states that the insurgents appeared ia the Calon -district, trader the leadership of Col. Ibclan, aiid other Mexican ^officers. Tl e Cuban passeagers foond aboard the schootler Galvanic were-sen fenced to death. Sen ten ee will probably be commuted. Trinidad advices of the :9th state that the .American, Consul there had joine,d the insurgents. The insur- fents hold Tunas,, and have many panish prisoners. Havana, Feb. 18.—Americans at Oienfagas' applied for a war -vessel to protect them. Havana practically in aetate of siege. Admiral EofF-coc sen fed to take the American citizens :'^:|So Key t^est. " . The engineer employed on'San An- tonio ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 February 1869

i,>-' \ miKLT TKLEGKirB. w. a WEBB, Editor fcnd Proprietor. .- W- fit PARSONS, | (lleclat« EdHm. JM^oiiphiS wtt025!£ lf£r' j ( . CHEW. Corresponding Editor. **lfMUV*tl*e A&BWTB & OOK. P. K- TEXAS: _ i 0e>KY B«?i otb. #1 HoMtoB, Tem, jiLBkBT R. P*RsO*8, of Waoo Tm' fii 0. RAYMOND, Kk * of Austin, Witt. HotistoiirFetwTiary 26th 1869. "" Jglehart & Leonard, a leading com-. ; .mission house in Bryan, have one of «> the moat spacions and convenient v * -warehouses in that city. Mr. T. D, Jglehart has hosts of friends, and oar aid friend Leonard is one of tbe most v thorough young merchants of Texas. This is a strong combination, and we are sure will justify in the future not «ao£y any commendation we can but maintain the commercial .4«£.V reputation already won. Proctor & McLeodon, commission merchants and dealers in general " merchandise, are next door to Mc JLendon & Waller, grocers, ^Bryan, Texas. J. 8. McLendon, now asso- ciated with Mr. Proctor, "was for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 February 1869

ii Navarro County, 8 th, 1869. i AVy • ■ 5': v * $ ~ There are no newspapers ever reach as so highly esteemed as the Telegr*ptfc.. Wril^ou permit me to Communicate tbrdugh yoar columns Jw* a, brief outline Of our county? Soil-1 assure your many read ©r that we have as good soil here as ' any eooDtyin the State for an op , ■ *5?*^ land country. We liava the black < Waxie and also the sandy soii. We have the high and beautiful prairies. — Sndf yet we have some fine bottom ■ x lands. ■' < : * f Timber—We are willing to admit that timher is an object, though there is a sufficiency. Cotton Productions—lo speaking on this jjbint I have reference to the Bask Creek Valley, or to the sandy portion of the connty. There are many cotton raisers ip th'ist vailey. The land produces,the staple in great, v' abundance, some having realized 3000 '?* pounds of seed cotton from one acre i bf land, though the average crop is about 1600 pounds. The amount of 1 ' cottou grown last, year-was large, b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 February 1869

> Bomatoix. February 2Sthl869. •* ■* *«*• *• *• i-"*■ mi cwau, <n'-1 Daily p^ryear, $16; for six months, $ 8;' for one iionth, $1 50- _ ... . Tn-Weekiy, per yew; $4^5 for sua Weekly, per ye"*43' , r fS0k copies 10 cents. lotajltt-idb ^bti, v We admit; the maxim that, "Loy- alty should govern what loyalty has conquered," bat deny that it is prop- erly applied by those who so often «tuote It. The true teat of right to a voice in the affaire of the Govern- stent, is loyalty now, apd an intention toremain loyal, and not what should have been the past record of the party. If there be one who has made war against the Government, and intends to plot against, and seek chances to •verthrow it, then we grant that he 4oeg not deserve the right to vote, and afttould be disfranchised, bat.we do not believe that there is one single person in Texas who is so foolish, and therefore the Convention wisely en* acted no disfranchisements. It would be most unjast, on the tthtiT hand, in our people...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 February 1869

hi'" M ♦ § •s :>■ ■.,"'j-^,'^rjt<! •.**•-;', -• .:%• ra^-<--•: '-^v- ifii ifii amuammmm^umrnmmtmm mm QS W«Hn.OTON Special Correspondence of . si , D . C-, FSb.8, 1869. ' :•>> ,;- ■; - Mife':' .:< « •- • - Li THE WAT SWINDLING CONTRACTS ARE The exposure of the rascally sta tionery contracts of the Interior De par t. men t, by which Uncle Sam has been swindled out of several cOol thousands, bas excited quite a eensa- fcion, even in wicked Washington,and promises to lead to farther develop- xnents relative to the fraudulent sys- tem adopted by certain officers of the Government in the letting of large contracts. The extreme tenderness of the committee in evading any ex- pression which might fix the Leinous offence on any particular party, ex- cites unfavorable comment from eve- ry source and evinces a desire if not a determination to shield the guilty party or parties from the legitimate censure which should attach to so Serious an offence. A similar com- mittee would...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 February 1869

1 The following to the soffra^e elaase, in- troduced iar General A. J- Hamilton, and patted by A® Convention; SIGHT Of 8BWMM. Sao. 1. Every male oitizen of the Dai tod SUfcea of tie age of twenty-one tears and «pwd, not laboring under the disabilities named in this Constitution, without, dis- tinction of race, oolor, of former condition, -irtno shall be a resident of this, S. te at the ■ iOMkiit-.&r "time of the this Constitution, or who shall thereafter reside in this State anejeas, and in the eoonty in which he efbttf to Tote sixty days next preceding any ■11 be entitled to vote foF all ,, _ T ate now or that hereafter be elected by tho people, > all questions submitted to the t'any&eotion; It that no person shall be allowed > or hold office wh • is now or hereafter disqualified therefrom by the Con- m'of the United States, until such disqualification shall be removed by the Cqagress of the United States. Provided farther, that no person, while 'ke^t in any asylum, o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 March 1869

• i tsdnc hi zUZu VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 46. HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAYWHARCH 11, 1869. ESTABLISHED 1884. V BY TELEGRAPH. Assisted Press Dispatches. In conWqaence of the storm raging on Saturday night, the following im- portant telegrams were delayed: New Orleans, March 6.—Steam- ship Pant.heon, hence for Liverpool with 16,000 bushels bulk wheat and 600 bales of cotton, sunk last night just outside of ihe bar at South West Pass, in consequence of a collision with the tow boat Heroine. The Pantheon had been stuck on the bar for the last three days, and just got clear when the accident occurred. No particulars. State authorities say no more bonds will be issued, and that Gov. W ar- moth will approve no acts of the Leg isl&ture granting subsidies to internal improvement He • is resolved to adopt a policy confining the expendi- tures to absoiute requirements of the government- Later reports from Sontb WcsfcP&B8 state that the sinking of the Pantheon was not caused by her collision with t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 March 1869

M -■ WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. IfOta mt tike Teiefrarfe. Lagrage, Fayettt county- T. C. Gmkhwt ndertom. Qrlnei oounty B. W. Boaosss ^Mtoau*, tawrw oowty....Col. C. M. Sa* T* MosrLlKY* OweoirUte Robertson county.... J. B. Wilson Alvarado, Jokcson county J* W. Moons X, C. Whakton t Co., General agents. Ne* Orleans Brazoria, Brazoria oounty M j. J. G. MoNsst, Jr gMimai, Fort Bend oounty. Johk Johnson Victoria, Victoriacounty..........JA8. f. Eebgcson Denton, Denton oonnty. W. H. Mouht Osage, Colorado county D. M- Pobtbb Columbus. .. .. ......Gko.'McCobmicz Clinton,DeWittcounty ....Thomas C.Smith St Levis, Ho..... J. k. Pbitchabb Bel ton. Bell county J. W. Fishbubn Hills bo ro'. Hill county W. B. Tarvbb Waxahachie, Ellis oountv....... J. H. Whittbnbebs JeSsrson,. ■. Hosack i Co. Brysn, Braaas county .Mason & Bubkb Weathertord, Parker county J. L. Oldham. Loekfcart, Caldwell ooonty Lttob & Polk. alias, Dallas oonnty ......J. M. Cbockbtt. Hew Orleans, La. A. C. PWbpoht of tke house of Bis...

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