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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 September 1869

■ iW JBh^ « vxa*; i%a*gawwR^gj ■ PLANTERS MUTUAL INSURANCE GO. •lata 8treat.. •36 Houston, Texas. Capital 0330.000 FIBE, "MARINE INLAND: INSURANCE. A. J. KURKB. . ..President. J. T. D. WILSON Vice rresident. C. 8. LONGCUPK DIBSOTOSB: A. j. burks. e. knolle, 0. 8. longoopb, i'- ^i^son, j. bba8hear. vm. r- baker. s. K. MolLHENNY k. brewster, j- • sg®**8' •h" henderson IV* Policies made payable in Currency or Gold, a i tesired. may5-dtwAwly MOUND CITY MUTUAL LIFjS insurance company, •F ST. LtViminiStODBI. OFFIuERU: JAMBM J, O'PALLON, Pmideat, A. JH. BKlTTOf), VicePMtMeat, A. 11. BUCKABK, Secretary, m. W. LOMAX. AMlilaat Secretary, W B. HAKVBTi Ctmilttai Aetaary, C. G> JHcBATTO.V, fieural Acrat, WM. HtTCk, h; B. Medical Ofl •«, W. W. dSlMON, M- D., Com Pk/dtlaa Direotor* J AS. J. O'FALLON, A. B GARRISON, 8. A HATCH. W- a SlPPLB A. H. BUCKNBB, A. H. BHITTON, A M. WATERMAN, JAB. H. LUCAS, A. MoDOWMU THE TEXAS BRANCH or fiobbs : T. H. MaMAHAN,' (of T. H. MeMahan * Co . PRISIDKMT. , A. S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 September 1869

THE W. 6. WEBB, Proprietor. Houston. September 30,1869. are mak- ing preparations to ask Congress to set aside the late election la that State. ' The Galveston News learns from a letter from New York that five .hundred Chinese are epon to be im ported Into Texas as farm laborers imd as many more for the Memphis and El Paso Railroad, and that'five hundred Swe^des are coming to work on the Central Texas Kailroad. Whe Washington Express has been '■enlarged, and has superadded to its name the old head of the Isarional Id telligsnper. : We imagine that it looks a little as did the s'atue of Jupiter «Capitottnns, .when a new head was placed npon the figure, a,nd it was christened St. Peter. It may be a Na- tional Intelligencer, bat it is oot the National Intelligencer that we read in oar youth. - ^ • £$■-'> :-r- ' -•=- ". The interests ot our Stale require that Texas should be reconstructed in harmony with the National Admin, istration, if such liarmony is practi- cable.^ gp$*. PajjjS ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 October 1869

BY TELEGRAPH. > J. C. CBIV, Ctrtraf«a4ia| BdiMr. TRAVELING AGSNTS <c 00ft. fOR TKXAS: JOHN C. CAB VMSJ*. LxOraod, Ttfil- Capr. AJLB8KT PARSONS. Waeo.Texu. V. CJ KifMaXD, Baq., Amtin, Texas, ■' H. BAKK1N6YON, Hoaaton, Tx. Terns mf ikf Telegraph : (IN CURRENCY.) , Daily per year. $16; for &Lc months, $8 for one month, $1 50. Tri-Weekly, $1) per year; $4 50 for six months. Weekly, per year, $3. Singlo copies 10 cents- Wednesday, October "6, 1869. The Bastrop Advertiser publishes the Brenham ticket without note or comment,, but takes very decided ground for Hamilton and the Consti^ tution. Still Unexplained—How it came to pass that Gen. Davis and bis man Friday troin Houston happened in Brenham just at the time the Bour- bon editors were there devising mis^ •chief. Aa it has become fashionable to pnt in disclaimers in reference to the Brenham fizzle, we will state thafrwe have never insinuated in the eolamns of the Telkgbaph that it was Radi- cal money that defrayed the expens...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 October 1869

T HE Jaiigfi-BAPH W. S.WXBB, Er«prle<« WHO IBB Friday, October 1, I860. . ' -JOB GOVERNOR. .. ,i • Gen. A. J. HAMILTON. , 01 County, -. JOB tDtqWHAMt GOT*R NOR, ALBERT H. LATIMER, . QT Raft Riw County. - TOR COMPTROLLER, m ARMISTEAD T. MONROE* -ClI Of Hoastoo County. . TOR VRXASURIR. JAKES #. THOttAS, Oi Collin County. TOR C0MMI88I0NXB 6BNBBAL LAND OFPICJ5 JOSEPH SPENCE, Of Tr*rl County. Pease Removed.—As we expected, the guillotine i* at work. A dispatch to the Galveston News from Brenham announces that Governor Pease has "been removed and Morgan Hamilton appointed Provisional Governor of .a. i> ' :ii ti. j: —1 _«i—, Ttxas. Let all antWRadical office holders bare their necks for decapita- tion. We really"begun to think that our neigh^wrthe ^imes, was paving the way ta support Dr. Baker, but it now looks rather opposite. If Gov;. Peqaebas been removed heeause he supports' Gen. Hamilton, let Gov.;Pease thank God—if M. C. Hamilton; h been appointed Gov* ernor because he ! dppbse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 October 1869

JHJ^TgLJECBAPH M W^8. TOBB, Proprietor. October 7, I.. . n« 1869. ^peci& Order, No. 232," from Mili- tary Headquarter^ announces that tl resignation been aoocpt«d. of Gov. Pease has Ker- J H- Davekpokt.—We were labored yesterday evening with a call trom Maj. J. H. Davenport, of kthe Bel- ton Journal. The Journal ia a sprightly sheet, pablished in one of the most desirable portion q of onr empire Slate. The Major has just procured anentirenew outfit for bis office, and when he readies home will place the name of Gen. Hamilton at its mast-* head. '.'i' Wells Thompson's name flies at ttte mast head of the Colorado Citi* senr hut its teachings belie the sen- timents he expresses on the stamp. Mr; Thompson advocates with great determination the adoption of the new constitution. The Citizen urges the people to vote it down. Better change your figure head, Mr. Citizen, or change your candidate. In Gen* Reynolds' letter he speaks of James EE. Bell as an "ex Confed- erate Judge." Did not...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 October 1869

..nanaim iffy* MEDICAL. HOW MUCH, DOES IT COST ? It will onljr cost you one dollar and twenty-five cents to buy a bottle of Edw. Wildbb's Stoxaoh Bittsbb, which will certainly cure you, or any ol your family, of Dyspepsia-, Liver Complaint, and all species of indigestion. Intermittent Fever, .and all peiiodical disorders. It willgive immediate relief in Oolieand Flax. It will cure Coativenesf. It is a mild and de- lightful invigorant for delicate females. It is a safe anti-billons alterative and tonic for all family pur- poses. It is a powerful recuperant after the frame has -been reduced and attenuated by s<ckness. It is an - excellent appetizer, as well as strengthens? of the di- gestive forces, and is desirable alike as a corrective and mild cathartie. How Mueh Does it Cost ? It will only cost you o.ne dollar to buy a bottle of EDWABD WILDRR'S 8JR3APABILLA AHD POTASH, which will, beyond doubt, cure you, or any of your family, of Scrofula in all its forms. Scrofulous Sore Eyfs,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 October 1869

$ [' Among the many projectedilineB for a "Sonth "Pacific'* railroad, the above baa advantages entitled totbe highest csnsidejratioiia. -«is. , _.K; 1* Whileit affords to the South all they can ask or desire, KV., a "grand trunk" line ever iber shortest route across the eonUrant, (striking the Pa- cific at Mazatiao or San Bias) it like- wise intersects all the lines already or partly bnilt leading to Galveston New Orleans, thence through the Southern States; also the Shreveport and Vicksburg line, and the Little Roek and Memphis line. 2. It is the direct line from Toledo Via Indianapolis and Cairo, Little Bock, Fulton, and through the heart of "Texas to the Rio Grande river in tfie direction to its projective* point, (Mazatlan) thereby connecting with all the roads to the great cities of the Wesr, St. Louis, Chicago, Cincin* nati and on to New York. No grander line can be built across the continent so practical and direct, traversine as it will the finest portion of the West and the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 October 1869

Texas, le bind to' re- proposed ./<<• T W T. ftass has gold ^News ^onham*, *to f^Pjnef* rT ^-•onstrnction, __ i 'i 4 ^fe'kiiilrtilrd of &$ cinque iinmor- Ijtalfiditora^tfcey were still in solemn 3 coacllve at-^&reaham progressing OraV fashion. 1 T^ey Jiad^got bafck of ,£j|be fltfcid, atra Wer$ tfow fgourufully . !|^gbiqg ju^r'5$ r^cz -?- -s-T • . fcTUe good ol^-times <if Adam and of EVe." . ,/ . ^—'. * —" — JtK- ^,BeTkeley, of Washington, Texas, demonstrates that the castor bean is no protection against the cot- 4 ton worm. He has sent as a'leaf with a ©otton worm wrappedmp in it. and reportihjhar if is fmt one of many, and after a due trial, reports that it is no protection whatever. The Houston Union designates Mr. Samuel Hsuper, oar Postmaster, as having been an " Andy Johnson Democrat." We are informed by a gentleman who haa known Mr. Har- per intimately, that the charge is nn just, and that he took positive ground against Kf. Johnson, and was a warm supporter o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 October 1869

THE TELEGRAPH. J* C. OftEff, TRAVELING AOBUfTS * OOB. JOE TEXAS JOHN C. CABANI**, UQnig<T«m £«««. A.I.BKRT H. PAR^ONW, of W oo, Txs. £,* Kwa..-gf Austin, Texas. B. H. HABBtnQTOif, XI««*tOH, X*. Terms mt Sfcf-Telegrapfc. am onaiMcrj Daily per year, $16; for six months, $ 8; or one month, $1 50. * . > \ Tn-Weekly, Jb per year; $4 50 for «x months. Weekly, per year, $3. Single copies, 10 cents. Practical Itinerancy. Seeing in the appointments of the Tennessee Conference* that Dr. A. F. P. Green was removed from the Nash - "ville District, we had & cnriosty to see when he was first stationed in that city. It was in 1830. He was just closiDg his fortieth year since he first labored there. Fifty years ago, when the whole State of Illinois constituted one Presid- ing Elder's ^District, Peter Cartwright was the Elder. He has been a Pre* siding Elder there continnonsly ever since, and has jast celebrated his semi centennial year as a P. E. In the meantime, be has served several ter...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 October 1869

Houston. October 5, 1869. . Capt. R. L. Falton has withdrawn frota the canvass as a candidate for Congress from this, the third Congres* aional District. . The advertisement of the Morgan Line announces that hereafter we •ball have four Steamers a week -Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Who does not remember the history •f the word Cabal, as comprising the initials of five men,- who plotted against their country? The five pa- pers, who pronounced at Brenham, aie a Cinque Cabal, about as impotent as Mexican pronunciamento. The reported mismanagement in the Methodist Book Concern, by which vast amounts are said to have been improperly paid as commis* sions, has started the query whether it would not be altogether better to have experienced financiers from the laity on its publishing boards. Unfair.—We have heard it stated . that Mr. Ed. Downey, of Browns ville, was a Radical and* suppor ter of Gen. Davis. H that is so; and Geo. Davis either directly or indirectly -suggested hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 October 1869

HBSSSBSMBS H V *' B« CHEW, Carrtapeidiig EdlMr. TRAVELING AGENTS * 00R. FOB TEXAS: JOHN. C. CAB ANISS,"tk Grange, Texas. CiptALBBRT PARSONS, Waco, Tens. N. G. KilfMOKB, Btq, Aaatln, Texas, 'I'H HAKK1NGTON, Houston, Tx. Tenia ' «f the Telerrapk : (IN CURRENCY.) Daily per year, $16; for six months, $8 for one month, $1 50. Tri-Weekly, $9 per year; $4 50 for six months. Weekly, per year, $3. Singlo copies 10 cents. 'VOL. XXXV.-NO. 25. Far CMunis*l«i>er of the .Land fflce. We are authorized to announce Col. T O M AS WARD aa a candidate for Oommiwioner of the terai Land Office. oct 9-wtde , (foaen Wednesday, October 13, I860. I A private letter from oar friend Nor- • ton Moses, informs us that crops are good in Barnett county and the peon pie enjoying good health. We are sorry for Brother Loughery. What will he do about his McCutchan letter t That was in {favor of adopt- ing the constitution. Where is Lough- rey now ? " When in the course of human events," the editors of five papers c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 October 1869

THE ffe LEORAPH If. 6. WEBB, Proprietor. Friday. October 8.1869. • : ^ ■ • « JOB GOVKRNOB. /' ' ' Geni A. J. HAMILTON. *• K V Of Tt*t1b Countri w K .*;: < TlSD~i': s i nKUIDTlaANl GOVERNOR, ^LB'fiRT H. LATIMER. t : ' ,X0££ai; Sivar County. I it.-* ;: ? yog, COMPTBOLLEB, , "^jjtKISTEAD T. MONBOE, " ■ Houston Oouatat. . ••< •:• * XBBASXJBSB. ^. Tae«AS, J i/f j-jd.*30l Collin County. . « •: B e ENSEAL LAND OFS1CI J9SSBE SPENCE, '•-9 lOTSMhlfrOwmtr. . .'v, . a mctwiv. Mr. ^Webster defines 'this term to be " a partv acting in anion in oppos sition to the government; tumult, discord, dissention." Gen. Reynolds in his letter to the President, most unjustly applies the term to the sap* porters of Gen. Hamilton. The peo> pi© of Texas are earnestly in favor of restoration to the Union. They have taken the President upon the record he had made, and were ready to corns ply with all honorable terms to obtain reconstruction. We do not believe that the President has joined the Rad- icals,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 October 1869

w# '- Tit IE TELEGRAPH Houston, October 10 1869. TH8U. BBRING cur Agant «!3P" Col. J, H. Morphia is author- ized to collect all claims for custom ©btained'by him for the Telegraph Religions Summary. The Texas Baptist State Conven- tion, after an interesting meeting last week in Galveston, adjourned. Its next meeting will be in Brenham. Rev. J. N. McCain has taken charge of the Presbyterian Aranama High School, at Goliad, Texas, and will supply the palpit at Goliad. The Little River Presbytery has re- organized the Waco Cumberland Pres- byterian congregation. Rev. W, M. Dillard is the pastor. , Four miles south of CorBicana a Union camp meeting was recently held by Methodist and ^Cumberland Presbj terians. The Observer says there were between forty and fifty conversions. We learn that twenty Acres of ground have been purchased there, and that it is contemplated to •erect a permanent stand and saiiable cabins for the accommodations of vis* itors yearly. Bishop Marvin, after holding th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 October 1869

THE TELEGRAPH W. G. WEBB, Proprietor. Houston, October 14,1809. A mirage—running oVer to Davis in thy hope of finding the strong u V... , U. . $ WIS' n. > The RadicalB Texas have not their Shakespeaie. They -yet-found ,«repo<K<bi<*dueven afc4ialogues. Tile Radicals are becoming more >*th$ more obnoxious in the North. They are try log there-as-here to hang, on to the name of-Bepublican8, but the people see the long ears sticking out from the lion's Bkin. We have about 70,000 Democrats in Texas. They are scattered oyer 130 counties.' Ahct yet the editors of five papers from five of those counties, four of whidh touch each other, met at Brenham upon - their own' ^notion, and attempted to represent the 130 counties and the 70,000 Democrats! !! t * Tent papeis supporting'.the Davife ticket: The Bryaq News Letter, (Ex- cept for Lieut. Governor, it snppotts Baker,) San AhtoaiG Express and JPree Press, Houston Union, Hunts- -villa Union, Tyler Index, and Jeffer* •on BadicU.] ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 October 1869

A Washington dispatch to the New York Star sayB: "There is every reason to believe that the coming sea eion of Congress will be enlivened by the presence of 'lovely woman,' as exemplified in the persons of Cady Stanton, S. B. Anthony, Mrs. Liver- more and Doctress Walker, and, as they have folly resolved to ran a spirited tilt with Congrees in their attempt to thrust themselves into the mock and mire of politics, we antici- pate a good many wars of words be- tween legislation on the one side and fascination on the other. The cham- pions of the two factions will proba* bly be the enchaDtiDg Susan B. and the handsome Bean Baiter—and the chances are eight to ten that the barbarous logo mar will again be captivated by the lovely Partbenia.1' The very first work of Congress shonld be the adoption of an anti- nnisaDce resolution, forbidding these ridiculous old women to come within a hundred miles of the capital. On the 2d inst. gronnd was broken on the New Orleans and Ship Island Canal; ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 October 1869

SiSuston. October 9, 18t9. '' 4&dy risked tip the reports of the ' live stock market fct the New York } Times. "She is said toi>e * sptetidid > judgeof horses, cattle, pigs, &c. . |I ^tVe eee in our Missfesippi excham- J ges appointments for Judgo Dent and ' othersfor almost every -day until the 29jth ofi November. J! The canvass ^promises -to be lively there. r? 3 .-"V " * ' m* ^—-— S&O.NfcW Orleans Republican says -Gal* Hobbs is in that city, and knows nothing of having been pat oat of the mail agency and into a revenue office, \excep£>hat he has seen in the papers Education of Freedmfn.—Imme - diatfely after the close of the war we became convinced that the interests of society would demand that faciliw ties for education should be furnished to the freedmen. We had but one fear and that was that an attempt -would be made to organize schools in which the races were to be mixed During the first session of the late ' Constitutional Convention,, when * Badicalism...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 October 1869

THE TELEGRAPH. i C. CHEW, Corresponding Editor. TRAVlLIHe AGENTS 4c COR. JOE TEXAS JTOHN C. CABANf ?< ♦, La Grange, Texas. Capt. AL8KRT tt. parxoms, of Waco.Txs. N. «. R*?WIIN8, Km)., of Austin, Texas- B. B. HARRINGTON, Houston, Tx, HEADQUARTERS FIFTH MILITARY DISTKICT, (Sta-E OF TBIAS.) Austih, Tsxas, October 1,1869. General Orders, No. 174. In compliance with the following proclamation of the President of the United States, yiz , A PROCLAMATION. In pursuance of the provisions of the Act of Con- gress, approve 1 April 10, 1869. I hereby designate • ue-day, the 38th day of November 1S69, ns the lime for submitting the Constitution adopted by the Con- Tention which met at Anstin. 1'etas, on the 15th day of Jane, 18AJ, to the voters of said .State, registered at the date of such submission I direct the yore to be aken upon the said Consti- tuti n in the following m i.ner, viz: fiich voter favoring the ratification or the Consti- tution as adopted by the Convention of the 15th of Ju...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 October 1869

■ ■■■ III ■linn October 12.1869. Avery rich silver mine has recently been discovered in Arizona. 4 Blindness personified—Radicals at" tempting to build up a negro party . presumption verified—the cinque editors trying to head the Democratic party- The Brenham movement will cause five thousand Democrats to vote the Hamilton ticket who would not have voted at all, had the cinque editors never assembled- The Galveston News suggests ^that Judge Baldwin will probably be* ap pointed one of the Judges of the Su~ preme Conrt of Texas. Judge Carpenter made a telling speech at Indianola on last Monday night. The citizens there are univer- . sally in favor of Hamilton and the Constitution. • If there be an office-seeker in Texas who. is on the hunt ,of the strong side, remember that the Radi- cals are becoming weaker every day all over the Union. The man who joins them now in the hope of getting pap will soon wake up to the con- sciousness that he has played the fool. • Our young brother Ranki...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 October 1869

S. C. teai^cr^ C*rr(-apondinc Editor. ^RIVSUVG AQSNT3 * OOB. FOB,TEXAS: JOBN C. GfBAjWISfl, La&raoge, Texra. CapniiiBEKT PABSOXS, Waco,Texas. v. ciit4yat« Nb', b q., Austin, Texas, E'H HAB&lftCrON, Houston, Tz. Teraie of £he Telegraph : -<Itr OUEBBNOY.) ' Daily p«r,year. $16; for six months, for one month, il 50. —K $9 gjjggsKjr***-, -*<!jB3tT?'iTt%Er- ■MP Tri-WleMjr, ionths. Weekly, per year, $3. Singlo copies 10 cents ■— per year; $4 50 for six mi October. 2% 1809. ashafce 1 ■' 1 " . 1 " A FOR" A FORTUNE.—If 8bme ingenion® Teran woald invent Machinery for manufacturing the Ra- mie fibre into cloth, he can realize a fortune. , The same may be said of manufacturing sorgho into sngar. • i ;« * L..tr w T ; Get ^ff^o#!)that fence—yes, that man ther& who wants an office, bat to get it is_ trying to carry Davis in one hand, Hamilton in tbe other, and Stnartjinhiis pocket, nntil he can find the strong side. Get down, sir, and U a man. The people are looking at yon closel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 October 1869

Far Llratwut Strmw. 0>T« are authorised to u m«ee DB. BOULD8 IfTTt mimJMih farLieutenantGovernor,on tfcettafcetef Oeo. Hamilton, la the election {o be of July ant |«r QmadHlMtr.tf Ik* LandOfle*. - ggp Wearp antborlied to announce Col. THOMAS IfM. WASD M ft candidate for Oommlseionerof the 4Na«arLindOSoe. oct9-wtde " For the Leiialstm, JW Wo mo authorised to Mutottnee^Ir. JOHN SKBAEST as candidate for Representative to ttao Tiigtttitnrt from th* counties of Hsrils and Host- r,HE TELEGRAPH ■a.u'i ■ ^' 'C i«i . • L*JOi: 1869. v ' -m'£ buz wox eovxBNoa. ! .tievLA. ^HAMILTON. ©w* "afcff^^i.-coirtr, ■ 0 . •vjlJi tii •''!*«• J.*— ; ••• " " uO T0B U38TIBJJ3T GOTBBNOB, y .• ALBERT H. LATIMER,; JO* COMPTROLLER. ' - ARMISTEAD T. MONROE* jfc' U. Of Houston County. iroE- JAMES W. THOHAS, -di -fclQU-J" <a*10^uSii> w ®«aa County. 90S OOMHUSSrOIOK 8INIBAL LAND OHICI iuvi;3-:.a MgRPfl SPWEr , r-ayti i r/4WHeoMJi<g<prtr« Jftr Subecribers to oar of ourissuM will greatly •tHge VM by lect...

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