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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 27 October 1852

m r i A & 't f TiiSoirfflvE ff e it J Hi fa mm. 1 -f -. - - ; CORDOVA EDITOR. Cl'EOF AUSTIN. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 27 1852. iix i u For President emENKRALjFEANKLlN "PIERCE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. PX5V Ouipij'W To w3wH n jin. Por "Wee President ir: - ::iwcliam r. mm -hscrc . t i j OF "ALABAMA. it." 52? T.KMUEL D. EVANS. fl-Of--'. SMYTH - Presidential Electors. Dutnct Ehctors. GUY M. BRYAN. R.S. NEIGHBORS V. B. PALMER of New York is "our authorized Agent to transact business for the American in -throughout the eastern c ties. 'HAYS COUNTY'. The people of this thrhing county are alive tolheir interest in filling-the office of chief justice with a gentleman ahle and i. willing to-promote her interest and ia no-iustance has he shown better - judgment than in the appointment of the oerseer of the roads. We vouldjiidvise all(overseers and chief justices to travel over the road from IheSan. Slarcos to jYorks deck andtake lesson. There is nothing more ijwrtaat;fo thprosperity of a comity thaji goo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 27 October 1852

i J8 J. '4 - ' i:.--i 'IF' ft Jfeg?- &-V '. ' GROCERIES. '-' aaiVEslavo ion" hand a good.supply of Rio Coffee superior .brown white loaf and crushed Sugar and for sale by coBjna - S. G. Hatnie .& Co. HARDWARE $c. STEELE Mills Dinner Pots Stone Jugs Odd Lids Stew Kett ties White Cedar Churns; Water Buckets and Collin's Axes jus- received and for sale by 6 S. G. Haynie & Co. TWENTY BAKKELS No. ris just received and for sale by. 1 Cement five barrels Plaster Pa- 6 S. G. Haynie &.Co. BE HEALED ROBERTSON'S BITTERS. AN invaluable remedy for all cases of .debility and diseases arising therefrom. These bitters are prepared from an original recipe furn. ished'me by Dr. Jos. W. Robertson of our city. Dr. Robertson has for many years used them in his praotico and their unparalleled suc- cess has so increased their demand that it is deemed necessary to ex- tend their manufacture and distribute them over the country. They 6rolJmanufactured only by the undersigned Druggist and Che...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 3 November 1852

T7 THE SOUTH-WESTERN I1EIICM. l t h - t. fjk l H - - TERMS-$3 In Advance.) VOL. IV. 21 glcmocratic STcmapgpergicpotcg to ricpltnre Ncms politico tmo QLcjcan 3nlercsls. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 3 1852 ($4 at the end of the Year: CARDS AND LOST CERTIFICATES. NO. 17 I.A.PASCHAL San Antonio $ I. A. GEO. W. PASCHAL Austin. & Geo. W. PASCHAL 5 JHtorneim-nt- T.nm - t GEO. W. PASCHAL will hereafter reside permanently at Jlus- tin. Their business at Galvcslon will also receive the personal at- tention ofoneof the firm. Office inAustinatthe Old State Department April 15 1852. no 44 D. D. AITCUESON. WM. ALEXANDER AITCHESON & ALEXANDER Attorneys and Counsellors at Law ang20 Galveston Texas. B.. J. M. LITTEN. has removed his Office to the upper story of the - corner building on Congress Avenue opposite the Orlears House and respectfully tenders his services to the public in the various branches of ms proiession viz: meaictne surgery and Ubstetrics Austin. Oct 22d 1851. (f....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 3 November 1852

V & 1 I TIE SOUTH WESTERN AMERICAN. P. E CORDOVA EDITOR. . CITY OF AUSTIN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 3 1852. V. B. PALMER Qf New York is our .authorized Agent to transact ibusines3 for the American in throughout the eastern cities. FALEDIBTORY. v With the present issue of the American ends the connection of the un- .dersigned. The paper has passed into the hands of another. In saying farewell to those who have patronized the American since 3ts incipiency now over three years common gratitude requires that the editor who has ulone been amenable to the public cither for its censure iOr praise shculd return his thanks. A stanger to the State and its people when I first appeared before'them in a public capacity it would require more command of the pen than the writer possesses to express adequately his feelings of gralitnde for the Jtind support that .has been accorded to his eH'orb. Having in view at the beginning the establishment of a truly inde- pendent aud Jeailess press oue that would...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 3 November 1852

SE; L t i l 1 A PropMjs without Honor in his own Country. Twenty years smcerMr. John Lea when the cholera first raged inlhe West was a close and intelligent observer of its ravages. He lound that the mortality from that scourge of our race was limited to those who used limestone water and that rain wa- ter as a prophylactic of that disease. His theory originated here in the West and since 1832 he lias promulgated it in publications of his own in medical journals newspapers in conversation in every way possible; yet it is doubted whe- ther one hundred persons in his own city here of one hun- dred and thirty thousand inhabitants have given credence to his geological theory of cholera or have practiced upon it- He has urged it upon our own government but without suc- cess. He has communicated it to several of the European governments and with better success we judge than with our own. We find the following paragraph in a communication from the correspondent of the New York Times dated ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 3 November 1852

w GROCERIES. . -WE Lave oa hand a good supply of Rio Coffee superior brown white loaf and crushed Sugar and for sale by L 6 S. G. Hatnie & Co. HARDWARE fyc. STEELE Mills Dinner Pots Stone Jugs Odd Lids Stetf . Kett ties White Cedar Churns Water Buckets and Collin's Axes jus- received and for sale by 6 S. G. Haynie & Co. TWEJNTir BARRELS No. 1 ris just received and for sale by Cement five barrels Plaster Pa- G S. G. Haynie & Cn. BE HEALED ROBERTSON'S BITTERS. VAN invalualle remedy for all cases of debility and diseases arising therefrom. These bitters are prepared from an original recipe furn. ished-nieby Dr. Jos. W. llobcitson of our city. Dr. Robertson has for manyyears used them in his practice and their unparalleled suc- cess has so incrcasud their demand that it is deemed necessary to ex- tend their manufacture and distribute them over the country. They Jare .manufactured only by the undersigned Druggist and Chemist Austiu Texas by whom they will be kept constantly o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 17 November 1852

'g vc p im SOUTN-WE s TERMS $3 in Advance.) & SJcmocrotic yctospnpcr Dcuotcb ta ricnlmrc -Nctos JJoIitica rtnb Ecxan Interest 51 YOL: IVt ($4 at the end of the-Year. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 17 1852. CARDS AND LOST CERTIFICA 1 ES. I.' A. PASCHAL San Antonio L: GEO. W. PA'SCHAL Austin. A. & Geo. W. PASCHAL Aftornevs-at-Law. GEO. W. PASCHAL will hereafter reside permanently at Aus- tin. Their business at Galveston will also receive the personal at- tention of one of the firm. Office in Austin at the Old State Depaitwent April 15 1S52. no 44 D. D. AITCUESON. VM. ALEXANDER AITCHESON & ALEXANDER Attorneys and C ounsellors at Law arig20 Galveston. Texas. 1 R J. M. LITTEN. has removed his Office to the upper story of the - corner building on Congress Avenue opposite the Orlears House and respectfully tenders his sen-ices to the public in the various branches of uis proiession viz: jueaicinc surgery ana Ubstetrics Austin. Oct 22d 1351. tf. JAS. A. POAGE. C. C. MC ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 17 November 1852

f c s- i.a - ) ft- rH P g '-- V .' -. " SI ii ?; I? THE SODTH WESTElK AMERICAN. W JOHN S. FORD EDITOR. -" CITY OF AUSTIN. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 17 1852. '"V. B. PALMER of New York is our authorized Agent to transact buantM for the American in throughout the eastern c ties. A NAME. The prospectus promised to be forthcoming in the present number is deferred. We have not settled -upon a tame. Our friends hare famished a thousand and one very euphonious for a newspaper; lo many we are unable to decide upon the nicest ami the best. By the time the next number makes its appearance it is probable this weighty matter-will be settled. LADIES FAIR. A Fair will be held at the Methodist Church on Thursday next the ISth of the cuirent mouth. A variety of articles made by the ladies of this city will be offered lor sale. A supper will be set and those partaking will be charged one dollar each. The object of the Tair is to pay off the outstanding liabilities of the Methodist church of this place. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 17 November 1852

Tfffflfr &t that Mr. Smith was a private citizen of the United States and could o where he pleased without let or hindrance from the United States Gov ernment lhe Captain of the Port went again to.see the Captain Gene- ral and the boat ot the official who was to give permits to the passengers came alongside but Capt. Davenport informed him that no officer or other person could come on board his ship until he learned the disposition and determination of the Cuban authorities. Capt Davenport then addressed a letter to the U. S. Consul apprising him ot the condition of things and asking his directions. The Captain of the Port returned with the permit of the Captain Gene- ral tor all the passengers and officers of the ship except Mr. Smith to go on shore and again repeating that if Mr. Smith returned in the ship from New Orleans -the ship would be placed encomunhadj. Capt. D. then addressed the U. S. Consul again stating the change which had taken place that the passengers would exe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 17 November 1852

a 7? n n j? j? i zvc WE have on hand a good supply of Rio 'Coffee superior brown white loaf and crushed Sugar and for sale by 6 S. G. Hatnie &. Co.' HARDWARE $c. STEELE Mills Dinner Pots Stone Jugs Odd Lids Stew TCett ties White Cedar Churns Water Buckets and Collin's Axes jus- received and for sale by 6 S. G. Haynie & Co. TWKrsTl' JiArtttELS No. 1 Cement five barrels Pl.ister Pa- ris just received and for sale by 6 S. G. Haynih & Co. BE HEALED ROBERTSON'S BITTERS. AN invaluable remedy for all cases of debility and diseases arising therefrom. These bitters are prepared from an original recipe furn. ished mo by Dr. Jos. W. Robertson of our city- Dr. Robertson has for many years used them in his practice and their unparalleled suc- cess has so increased their demand that it is deemed necessary to ex- tend their manufacture and distiibute them over the country. They are manufactured only by the undersigned Druggist and Chemist Austiu Texas by whom they will be kept constant...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 24 November 1852

THE NTH-WESTERN TERMS $3 in Advance.) flkmocratic Newspaper IHcuotcb to SLgricuUuw News JJolitico and Sexau 3ntcresl iiEiieii.ra' ' ($4 at the end of the Year. VOL. IV CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24 1852. CARDS AND LOST CERTIFICATES. NO. 20 I. A. PASCHAL San Antonio 1 GEO. W. PASCHAL Austin. A. & Geo- W. PASCHAL Altornevs-at-Law. GEO. W. PASCHAL will hereafter reside permanently at Aus tin iheir business at ualvcslon will also receive the personal at- tention of one of the firm. Office in Austin at the Old State Department April 15 1352. no 44 O. D. AJTCHESON. WM. ALEXANDER AITCHESON & ALEXANDER Attorneys and Counsellors at Law ang20 Galveston. Texas. 1 R. J. M. LITTEN. has removed his Office to the upper story of the -' corner building: on Congress Avenue opposite the Orlears House and xespectfuUy tenders his services to the public in the various branches of ms protession viz: Medicine Surgery and Obstetrics Austin Oct. 22d 1851. tf. MS. A. POAGE. C. CMC OENNIS ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 24 November 1852

J 4fl 4- ib HE SOUTH WESTERN MflWii. JOHft S. FORD EDITOR. CITY OF AUSTIN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24 1852. - - V.'B. PALMER of New York is our authorized Agent to transact "business for the American in throughout the eastern cries. 'Sate: Kp- Trinity river is said by the Pioneer to be in good order for boating. - - 0" Pierce received twenty-seven majority in Victoria. The Advo cate savs "the vole was a small one." rn EMIGRANTS. The Ranger says a great many emigrants have lately passed through Washington. Some of them will settle in that county. . - E.C. TSAVELSTED.- This light-fingered gentleman has gone into ' winter-quarters. Sheriff Scott is his acting commissar of subsistence. '?- SPEECH OF HON. JAS. C. WILSON. We regret not having room in this week's paper for the very able efTort of Mr. Wilson on the subject j of internal improvement. It shall appear in full in the ne.t number. " DARK COMPLEXION. There is a gentleman of this place so dark . of complexion that it is said the chicken...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 24 November 1852

1 rm FROM THE RIO GRANDE. The editorial correspondence of; the Nueces Valley under date of Oct. 19th says there have been heavy rains on the Rip Grande followed by much sickness among the people chief- ly chill and fever. Regarding the movements of the disaffected Mexicans Capt. Lewis speaks as follows : -. fj understand that the ' Guardia Ifacional' of Matamoros have asain lnade Head-quarters on this side of the Rio Grande. What their inten- tions are no one appears to know. Some say they are preparing to over- throw the present Dictator (Cardenas) of the "State ; others assert that it is more than probable that they iutend to retake Texas and wlep the United States and it is thought by the same that they will commence on the poor Rangers lately called int. service by Guv. Hull. If they should turn their attention that way Gud protect the friendless Rangers is my prayer. This is the second time that those guards have been on this side of the Rio Grande in organized companies. What ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 24 November 1852

sd -A3J. mtnnvnivf: WR.liara on hand a 3ood sunnlv of Rio Coffee. superior .brown. M white loaf and crushed Sugar and for sale by awilLi"' . . S. G. Haynie & Co. - a HARDWARE $c. STEELE Mils Dinner Pots Stone Jugs Odd Lids Stew Kett ties White Cedar Churns Water Buckets and Collin's Axes jus- a received and for sale hv 6 S. G. Haynie & Co. 1 Cement five barrels Fluster Pa- 6 S. G. Haynid & Co. 'I'WWWTV RlUllKISNn ris just received and for sale by -ru BE HEALED ROBERTSON'S BITTERS. ' AN invaluable remedy for all cases of debility and diseases arising therefrom. These bitters are prepared from an original recipe furn. ' wished me by Dr. Jos. W. Robertson of our city. Dr. Robertson has hfor many years used them in his practice and their unparalleled suo- cess has so increased their demand that it is deemed necessary to ex- i'tend their manufacture and distiibute them over the country. They are manufactured only by the undersigned Druggist and Chemist Austin Texas by whom th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 1 December 1852

i. 1 i tj TMi WW liTl 'i f . - f 'S. ' ' S 5 y&Kxy . y .-y .y. .ycnr of jmgriratii3rt ftolUjts anb gercm Jntmats. ($4atthe end of thV'Tear. AUSTIN; TEXAS WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 1. 1852. It is no secret to any of as that' the. North are fookiner to "wards Texas with an anxious eye. liike the hungry trout. iney are warcning ine. ncn can ana nesiiaie oeioreuney make ihespring.. For my own part I am weH sajisfied'that every practicable paying roadwill be made whether the'State does any thing farther or not;for it is incontestihle thatfTexas has many advantage? which no 'other State presents and capital Thi8edeesthea(tcje.tieeaiae.H J WcaaaeC!" !?? .V' -WaS I!- more. Ra!tAnt he money rW t.v. i. - Tv?ir..r7Prmlrt8 thn.. ?.ow "rand iUs an axiom m American -finance that capital will seek and hnd investments that are'profiiable ""BiPfrw-niiniiDP nnw tj irsa wrrn f fcr.'WilsW Mis oat by Stating "that aoaethiag ildlhi'joie "6jjte traiorUtioa fkciliticfl.'tc " '' '3Wem te ihrtplpw'toetewVriai: ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 1 December 1852

ar -iPT 4 Tt 1 I. j -l-- r ijn -T- viur s ..-. T t'.iSf P&. IP ' -? fist - - j Estate department qt r '' 'rAnKTiN:'Nov?t30Hl.1852?f;- '-- " '? '!. ...! ::-4 c-Z-tJ.... -f ClofoVryVic Sfnfa nf Tornciln hnrnhv ' certify IhefoIlowinM theresultofinelecHonLeldthioanhout.this.SIate ". on tnn M dav nflMnvomfipr A.'TJrl852. for "Electors of President and Vice Prtadt oftho UnitedStatefortheSialeafofesaidjto-wik ';.'?'-" -"'- Leriiuel;0.'Evans"freceived 11519 votes. '" ' " GuyM'Bryan. -. --- --.-- -' George W. Smyth . 11487 -v '!Wi? v:-?'BrE CarrathersV ia.4024?'Msat'S V.ISSui'-'' "'?;: Jvt f &? fci ?. ;-;- - . .- 5iiVd"tbai the four persons first above named were duly atirl Constitu- tionally chosens Electors aforesaid. THOSI-H. DUVAL. ?; r s . -' Sec'y of. State. .Returns from the .following counties. 'havenot"-been"rc;ceiyed': Austin fr iVHs. Bowie "Brazoria Calhoun. Cameron De Wilt El Paso talis freestone Goliad Hidalgo Hopkins Jefferson Kaufman Navarro' Panola1 Polk Re- fdgio Sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 1 December 1852

' I m W Edi&r' .ebeVcb: pH5STw-Mn31iSomHTfimS.no &?F Q.l sCo.'-' appeared In iKn flVtTetnn TT.."il? -"ir;H;S 11 ftBHkindaii(tthe "-restof. the.wnrW fhof . 'k.i KjV.ii.:i.j feae jptffctothe Hoi&ton WdvBrazos railrriJmileE& flVnriL.-.Bnw.w Tojyupjjosor would any otherindmdualnder'tbe sunbelieve that the wject lias failedifrettethatVa-use ; hot atbitfeftf &Tbg carltihow. iaacededmtneifakigirov6Mnrmuehlaagkter::anfbriiwi iabSB?flppftpdlicHliuPon-ttle'mr JeyotedJheads ofcthisfer- Fni?lt.atlr; who as the world may not know permit rae to-inforHLthem" 18 ' 6 DOOod-of-thft.formff r-wlif nr.nf-rttin rlnr..-t v.: trL'J r -ls:u:-J HfHiJfc SwtdratabUsh the editor's powers for scurrilifyth"lbr good wit. some senseSrai?tnowledgeTot whaiT?pten'dea;Madvocate in po- ..we iwwae iJeuqnquDie.-KjUo'. I aradnclined.tobeliave is none r .f h eV'StrangerAyho.again mlliedjo thV'a&et; in yourvpaper tiietutasjjisarrows are 'onfy:fippdrith.galLnot.poi3Dij; they MipftwflHttV?but'n6tideadly...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 1 December 1852

ft ' ' .-. ?-"-' 'V 3." 1-- t. e BE HEALED ROBERTSON'S JITTERS. AS iavalnabjs ramedy Jar all ma tf dsWity aid diseases arising -SkfiKrwi. These btttars unprepared from aa original recipe fura. iahedmeby Dr. Jos Sr.mlorori Dr. Roberta baa for many years aaed them jaTfii nraetioa and their unparalleled sue- eUioadtkr.dMlfctit k ideemedaecwmry toex- tead their BMBufaeture sad distribute them over tie cbUBtry. They re nufctttred oly bj the-moriged prim and Chemist Austin TiM bj irhe iU be keptwtetaitly mhnd. to suit purchasers. Certiawteeire weeeerj; JJfe R.?s high standing u a ttfieieat gurantee. : - Hogan Heppenitall at Loekfaart Mr. Oatts on Brushy and Mr. Wood oa Bine mile ereek are'ay aatberUed agents. 6r -'" -Fkambu Ti DgCTatr Congress Avenue Austin. . VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE. Six hundred and three acree beiag part of the Uod granted to Mike M. Taylor situated on the' Nayeeplo Hirer about .25 acres uBder'eultivation witlTalog house at present occupied by Mr. Stuckey 12 miles from A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 1 December 1852

wwMftMmMMMHmw- - - r -. ' i -? T M l t y.ir m in jb mr ! ' m m niE imy iMraiiS' iiwim iwc SSB' P' Mil MIT MmWMpwi (pKyMil mmmm SiilrgMie ifMwr fPr V L k--r FSh r " OIT OF AUSTIN .TEXAS. .VyEDNES.D AY DECEMBER 1 1853. " . -Lftt &. i THE L'ATE WILLIAM H. CUSHNEY. Wliijwhi H. Cushney was born optliei5.h day ofSeptem ber J.819 in.Ncw York. ' At an early day die became aprac- toi&rtowent to' Augusta (Getrgiksentered the Office of Judge William 2. Jones as a journeyman printer Jones was then publishing the Augusta Chronicle an s5i'jj Judge and Senti- tiqei .F.indjng.C.ushney competent and reliable lie placed . him at the head of the priiitingdepartment of his office 'in - "Which1 cafpaciry" lie remained' untif.l840.r Judge' 'Jones re marks: "He was ever from 'iny first htro.vhahe has so.fully proven himself' ling;integrityrrppe?n generous frank manly always made friends wherever he lived 7 and never so far aalknow made tfnynemies." ' I Hie" emigrated to 'Texas in Marcfr. I SiO' in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 1 December 1852

OF VOTES POLLED ife TIES OE THE STATE TOE'seiSlt)1bAYi OF NOVEMBER 1852ifeRBSl6TOiifeREg 5 JDENTAND VICE EKESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. " J . . . . . Pierre- JScolt. jwdPwffl?H"s-4t' wisn Hell. " Jo7 gfj BiiWjftilieU sdl 751?.i-di:i!'). Brazoria 143 43 Brasflsb-mbtt'! adl-st34I !UJT Bdrlttebny t-wicSnslQS.l' n 19 JWUraPn1- auJ iB ica-5JtJ' "au ChIHwhII. Ciffidjftif'et8 Slh Qi'tJa94 nihT5"1 7 242 D...-. Srntt aptiutii'tuot - -Sill V.'nVf Jackson. r .90 . P3 J?peri. f . t . ill tiFu I T ft" " Itf MSER?I UKfl IS .- ". rI lUlmiin- .-.-. .!: J . ! J IjLamair Jvido r?.4p8rw oiP.Zl Li?yC;erf 1(55 vi'.l opyjo-v l4iNrtijKj'sf.ja -.-124 j-48v Libert y?s& f 'a ' 1S7: . 40.. 4-in.esioiie;s' i-.;'0.76j. '38 Mniardavdi wli74;J ' 30 Ml'UHiiftKiHv9 A&: ' ' o 235 8l -MnhJrt-"- ' ?i2tf L 12 CcsnI cf .75.311 Cherokee. 'm&& Collin 1 yW'qfn? mUmbi'- 's llSf 56 'MbiHgofijgry."- " 120! -'Tt- -: - Cook 14 5 Dallas. 3S3. ?122 IfePiD0:j:j'n3-j3 Il37ftli . d FMIKicO fFTny ItttVSlI Eanninp?! s...

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