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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 6 September 1866

iJf £<# rn |nltlligtntfr. ^nfíTmESBAÍ, SEPT. 6, 1866. fbe Wants of Texas. eased population, skilled labor, fcash capital, are the present necessities of our State, ^possesses in abundance and ^ variety all the elements of ma- prosperity in crude form ; and reat agricultural, mineral and ^paring capabilities cry aloud ^population, capital and labor re- ¿¡e to their proper development. | f*have vast bodies of the finest Jb on the globe, which are worth- the hands of their present I er8 for the want of men to till £ and capital and skill to work 3 various products for the mar- , ^ of the world. Other States, ' ^climates less favorable and lands df inferior quality, by a liberal im- j^ration policy, have been dupli- l their populations in about «try ten years and augmenting their wealth and political influence. I. j|je game ratio. We are not too aid nor too prejudiced, it is hoped, t0 draw lessons of instruction and pr0jjt from the experience of our sis- jjr States. Heretofore, owing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 6 September 1866

Swenaon" Buíírti^^!'oícoi^S ' ha**' T81, BroadHaJ íew York, JortEFH U. r„-.VTKC«T, A. B. «vífuact TW...! V^?nt'.fi>r * r-mhgo of five or , ... - • • WCTT <ÍGfiu 13- Í, . —") u*'o anemr.j i bis restorati^, t^P not nnlv tp ■W**m Poctrtj. \M\ I f' WUIle the DajR are Coin* By. There are h l; hearts to cherish, While the day ere going by. There are weary souls who perish, While the days are going by; It' a smile we can renew, As oar journey we pursue, Oh ! the good we all may do, While the days are passing by. There is no time for idly storming, . While the days are going by: Let our face be like the morning, While the days are going by; Oh I the world is full of 9ighs; Full of sad and weeping eyes : Help your fallen brother rise, While the days are going by. All the loving links that bind us While the days are going by, One by one we leave behind us While the days are going by; But the seeds of good we sow, Both in shade and shine will grow, And will keep hearts aglow, While the d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 13 September 1866

——10. r** 7> / . 0 / -r#- v 7 , £* £t ¿ / r 'y é (tj /r - t c C QJ^V+j 71 4 FOSTER, "W is it tat a mag if buss life? CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1866. PUBLISHERS. ÑO. 11. ISsói'THER! INTELUGENCEIÍ, TEXAS LEGISLATURE. :,tfíLlíH*D THUmSDAY MORNING. * I rfRMS-U kr s. CURRENCY. for 52 numbers, $4 O© a 26 13 ! SO t SO if ¿¡site copy 10 cents. fifi OF ADVEBTI ri«« pecie ;t for Monday, Sept. 3d. Senate met pursuant to adjourn- ment. Roll called—quorum present. Journal of Saturday read and adopt- nday, day, 11 50for the first and 75 cents for I ¿¿artS to er,lon- l\Ze, 8 Insertions I**!"* 12 " 17 " . 25 " 30 " 40 " t; 52 " -or le* t*"8 "lM ^ make one r" «rd* or I«a constitute a square. -bote rates are in legal tender- IJjjtti « ** T"lue> or at the rate "~ef- tfrpmwtmre «f th M . ^-Arrirea Wednesday, Friday and Depwta Tuesday, Thursday and Si ' U||| closes üt 11 ft. m. j^—ArriTes Friday, Sunday and Tuesday, ■ Depsr' Wednesday, Friday and SuLday, kJ| closes at <J p....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 13 September 1866

K& m i jyv :^*r. Prnf «- !:\TÁ!« rjw w KEYSET Í^ÍS^ «ro«wway Xew Torta enr^l.w-.,^, ,pjJ , ,0r* ZZ* m BíF '<«* i í B sons, approved March 20th, 1848: referred* m Mr. Jordan introduced a bill au- thorizing the Governor to sell certain property: referred. The bill to incorporate the Houston Direct Navigation Company was ta- ken op, on its second reading, and, pending its discussion, the hour ar- rived for special order of the day. The bill apportioning the State into congressional districts was taken up, and, on motion of Mr. Smith of Harris, the Senate's bill for same purpose was adopted in lieu of House bill: bill read second time; ru'e f?9" pended, read third time.and passed. The Houston Direct Navigation bill again taken up—the question recurring on Mr. Anderson s motion to reconsider the vote of yesterday, adopting amendment offered by Mr. Munson—motion lost: bill read third time and passed. Thursday, Sept. o. Senate met, pursuant to adjourn- ment. Prayer by the chaplain. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 13 September 1866

ti lit fftnljftrn gnMigtitter gtfj^^flPRSDAY> SEPT- ia>^6fi "^ffcellay taw—Again. In recent number of our paper, f6 expressed an opinion, which we jarate with more confidence: that ^ has not for years been any ^ 0f interference by the Legisla- with the collection of debts, ex- so far as to exempt from execu jon the property of persons having ^oilies, who were absent in the ser- ^ of the country. We find more ^gons coinciding with us in this jLjon than we had expected, when fg first enunciated it; and we find comparatively very few who are un- conditionally in favor of its continu- um. Indeed, the sooner the trade of the country is freed from restric- tions, the more rapid will be our re- am to a condition of general pros- prity; and we should confidently expect from the present Legislature t law looking to this end, if there ^ not one difficulty in the way, which we fully appreciate, and ac- knowledge its formidable character. It may possibly be unpopular! fith men who have at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 13 September 1866

•£•#■ * Pror-..!;V}ÍSv"TM,k? ®ea«S5SÍ8. " ."roMwa* "fe* Tarfc, ■SCa~ OIIIF tA %Ñ*-4 ?—m ■ . W*, Poetrs- "3^1W&'V. mm .•■i i i i ? i ,? !;* Somcbodj'fi purllBí Into a ward of the whitewMh^halU, Where the dead and t y ^ WouodedbJ H5¡Jf'4ÍMM. o.. iv- Somebody s d"I'D® „ounK and so brare, Somebody,s darlmg,joyomig^ Wearing yet o ^ dust Gf the grare— hii b°Th00d,° *"*'■ .. . J damn are the carls of gold, " KM «M °°°" "" "X" br0"' Pair are the Hps, °f dehcat* m0U,d— I lho.lv'á darling is dying now. B¿í"ról bi. beautiful ¿M toa,!, lúe «nderins"". °<¿dl froia Itis hands on his bo3om now Somebody's darling is stUl and cold. Kiss him once for somebody's sake, Murmur a prayer soft and low; One bright curl from its fair mates take They were somebody's pride, y°a Somebody's hand hath rested there. Was it a mother's, soft and white . Or have the lips of a sister fair Been baptized in their waves of light God knows best. He has somebody'a love, Somebody's heart enshrined him there— Somebody...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 20 September 1866

C"fe«t VwTc- ft & FOSTER is it M a map fffhasg lift?' PUBLISHERS. yol H. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,. 1866. Sther* intelligencer, '^UJBUD CVKBr THUB3DAY WOBNISO. "°X<^V. sTcUIiKUNCY. '.for* numbers, :f3 " -- --- ««O '^copylüc,!nU ^gOP ABVBRTIMIW. ,1 50 for llití fiist «"«• 75 cenU for eacb I^Tl^- I<t~ v. 17 " 25 " a> ' . *> ;; ;; k ; U* tilia siz- tyu 1. m k" o«e square. Ij*'*'® •r- Specie i i te of ¡1 for 9 0 ) 11 00 12 00 13 M 15 00 f,| .ad r « ¡ aviu - <"T' mt. In Nail*. ti i • <3IUK« gsate*< >! L .«Tt Si'."';. '«•—J; > * '.c ;'íi! ?,«brrriiu.-^ „ ¡toda •' lí ,, u" ay ¡"id Sunday, Tl,.ir day hnJ Saturday, ami Tuesday, ¡ and Sunday, day previous, jaiiiriify au.l Monday, I r. i v r d Sunday, ,. m, day previous. i.i-i*, i - i'iny itiid Sunday, VV.'dnesdsj -ii d Friday, ■day, nt 6 |>. ii-* -it 'p.m. :sdiy. «• ® r , . i mps al m. Departs ill y previous. Departs :< ;>. m. day K DIRECTORY. . iciiau.—1 .terDatciv A. Rogers, ¡ ctf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 20 September 1866

A B - MM prof-,j|^r;1rAr¿1.up °f — ^ y e^e*4|^ -iTei *qH ■ •HI i i r i ii f J «I jl^fl •áyr I K 1 i i rt i í r Eí ■i I !' i i] '' *! •|! i i i vi f u* II •' : ti 1 wA [It Transportation accepted. Senator Foscue, committee, reported Company: i report from Finance adverse to the 7 tt * aP bill for the relief of jfolfn sf Stump: received fro come UPSenatorr¡5tel!, chairman ol com- mittee on State Affairs, reported back House bill to wth a- m en*!menfrHnade thereto by th^ Sen- ate recommending other amendments to the same, and its passage when so amended: received, &c. > Senator Reed, from committee on Roads, Bridges, &c;, reported on House bill to authorize the bunding of an iron bridge over Brazos river, recommending its passage: received. Senator Truitt introduced a bill to locate permanently the county seat of Shelbv county: read first and second times and referred to commit- tee on Counties and County Bounda- ries. • On motion of Senator ioscue, the Direct Navigatidn Bil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 20 September 1866

0t ^tttelfigencer. SEPT. 20, 1866. $e learn that two large parties of rJUnsare dePre(*ating in ®an Saba , ^joining counties. Having sac- ked heretofore in driving off most _f the horses, they are now engaged • collecting the cattle and taking ^ 0ff ¡n large droves. These two ! tjgj are said to number about sev- ' "five each, and are spreading ygtot in every direction. They are numerous for the settlers to re- them successfully. A squad of ' • Indians was overtaken re- ally by a party of whites, near a ^11 place in Erath county called Oablin- A fight ensued, in which jae Indian was killed, but the stock ¿ey were driving was not recovered. News Items. The corner stone of the Douglas gooament was laid at Chicago on fith. under the supervision of the VtfMliC i hte -ieiive ,jf Illinois, Presid'jDt Presentía f ghingt"r Itdanap^' Pittéursr a An immense a a pit-a a t. Addresses i hv the Grand Master i. R. G«*ahn, bv the id ,'vjr. Sewái-% The ■ li ly hav returned to by way of St. Louis, C<...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 20 September 1866

mm e or *■—• it-_ b«T<|i?#f*or«J K«.>- - wiwui UWV orh, ^sr T^esr FT l ¡I f'M irt % I ri I |Joetn>. The Seal's Oeflance. I said to sorrow's awfiil «torn, bumuÍ' gStVrr ta>ok' The terapest, raging | g° Undaunted, on its fury looks With stead&st eye. I said to Penury's meagre train, Come on—your threats I brave, _ My last poor life-drop you may drain, And crush me to the grave. Yet still the spirit that endures, _ Shall mock your force the while; And meet each cold, cold grasp of yours, With bitter smile. I to cold Neglect and Scorn, Pass on—I heed you not; Ye may pnreue me till my form. And being are forgot. Yet still the spirit which you see, Undaunted by your w'l®8; Draws from its own nobility, Its highborn smiles. I said to friendship's menaced brow, Strike deep—my heart shall bear; Thou can'st but add one bitter woe, To those already there. Yet still the spirit that sustains, The last severe distress ¡ Shall smile upon its keenest pains, And scorn redress. 1 said ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 27 September 1866

& FOSTER, «st tat a; IROVVN PUBLISHERS. . CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER Southern intelligencer, I l" fffUítOB *V**T TBVMPAV M0BNIH6. *bMs-u. sTcubbenov. !¡S~*$ 8 , 13 •' 1W f Single copy 10 cenU. ^ ¿£*S eF ADVK . |t 50 for the tir*t sod 75 cenu for each ¡M JHF" lAinndlfliCTUOP. 5 $ : : ¡ :: ¿8 • „ 5) •• - 12 00 * „ in «' 13 50 " „ g •' 15 00 I K.Mor le , this size JP«. " *« on© square. J* ,"«j4 or lew constitute a square. « .i■ t. der- Specie iT ' vain 1, < t át il* rate <^2 for ,u¿ it " . . ind Sunday, i>ia¡u<J.iy «id Saturday, .•t /:. jt.. (F;i'«iry and Tuesday, :c ■ Jay, Friday ..od Sunday, . < tt. n<. <!*y pres ous. d>. Saturday a.id Monday, s<ia . Friday ¡.nd Sunday, . > p. tu. y pr.- ,oua. r •?d¡"'«ía5, ; <¡nd Sunday, . 'ay, Wednesday ind-Friday, V!. ¿Ja), « 16 p. nr.. Departa ,il t ¿it ü p. lit !t<*y previous. ■ oMj.} ay, at *' p- to. Departa y.sú ¿lotes rd y p. m. day HHUIiCii DIRECTORY. union. - t .•o*f '■« ■; '■ J. ii<...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 27 September 1866

I¿ZZXfS™"-~*•TV.'-- ... vwiwhjt sew York, —-«veura -"vel *rrf - , ."■■H.1 U~ •4L>'' re- ivH9 - H I i ¿fc ' £ H f ■ I liwT ~ fl 1 •fi I i- ■ ■ f it ■ establish the salaries of officere feiMr. Codiran of Dallas offered resolution ta devote every thirdday to business of ineorporations, Sc.: laid over under the order. Mr Bonner introduced a bill to ¡tf^srsrsrfl!K^-- Reporter thereof: referred. duced a bill to cany into effect an ordinance of the late Convention, adopted Acrfl 2d, 1866, authorising any county, city or town to become a stockholder in, or loan its credit to, corporate companies, : read and referred to committee Mr. Dashiel introduced a bill to incorporate King's Fork Bridge Co., in Kaufman county: read and re- ferred. Mr. Burford introduced a bill to provide for appeals from Justices Courts: referred. Mr. Bellamy offered a resolution that any member vacating his seat and leaving the city before ad- journment, without leave, shall not be entitled to pay; and if he has al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 27 September 1866

Ti K gmrtjjtrc fttitlligtitttr. Sñ an, TMMMT, MPT. 27, I86t TeUU I Herald of the 20th says the wjth of San Antonio is improving, i in (bis connection remarks that ^ pamber qf deaths in the city for . twenty-four hours ending at 4 on the afternoon of the 19th, 0 ten. In issue of the 21st, ¡yt Friday,) the editor remarks that !itbe cholertt has been very fatal, [ JfjBg probably to the state of che «either, which, although favorable w those not affected, is dangerous to ¿jje who are." We presume the |£or speaks of the norther of last He continues: " The number pf deaths for the twenty-four hours flfog at 4 o'clock yesterday, (last Hgnday,) was twenty- eight." Among them were Mr. Klaepper, gr. lilies, Mr. Hafner and Mrs. Cleveland. |jje S, A. Herald of the lHth, & *}*' The oumber of burials in this city in the tfMl^.friiir hoars previous to four o'clock juterd / evening, was twenty-one; from the 13th to the 15th, both inclusive, the number tojjjj by the Sanitary Commissioners, was ^...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 27 September 1866

"? -^31 j!... ■ s ■ I EE ^ ! K Poet™. Lines to mr hcsbahd yi.ta* a*mt. Spring—lovely Mason comes «gain, It robes the woodland tree; Its breath is on the evening gate, And in the passing brees*. The flowers-are blooming everywhere, Of every shade and hue ; And on each leafy, bending spray, The birds are singing too. All natnre is so beautiful, . And with such blessing* fraught; 'Twere wrong to pine the hours away, In sad and pensive thought. I'm grateful for these glorious gifts, I joy to see them come ; Yet there's a sadness round my heart, A shadow o'er my home. I miss one dear, familiar face One footstep on the floor; The voice I loved to bear ¡3 busnea, Will it ne'er greet me more - I care not for the birds' sweet song, Nor for the lovely flowers; My heart is sad since thou art gone, And slowly drag the hours. With aching heart and weary eyes, I watch—I pray—I weep; And through the long, long lingering hours, My lonely vigils keep. Ah, well de 1 remember now, The dark and mournfu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 4 October 1866

71 & FOSTER, i il tef i msj jf tesj lift?" II. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1866. LEGISLATURE. Monday, Sept. 24. goat* ©et, pursuant to adjourn- JjTprayer by the chaplain. Boll jS. quorum present; journal of ¡¡¡¿y read and adopted. gjnator Coppedge reported from -jrtee on Printing, recommend- printing of the following re- The two condensed state- 0f the acting Provisional ftaptrollei"; The suggestions and recom- I gfldittions of the present Comptrol- kr* ¿.—The condensed report of lidff*. ?ea8e an(* on t^ie con" L of the State Treasury, toge- Ifcrwith their report of the available in the Treasury; J ^k—James H. Raymond's report Lf fends found in the Treasury after l^einrrender, with receipts; I 5th.—W. L. Robafrd's reports of Lrfable funds turned over to him L C. H. Randolph, late Treasurer; 6th.—Geological and Agricultural I Soveys of Texas. fte committee recommended print- 1(1500 copies of the above reports ■ pamphlet; also, 500 copies of UjKfiort® of the Sup*ri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 4 October 1866

* m « a Prft,„SSttTSZí. "«40 jm&'- *-^¿5 a: % \ mittee oa urman iucation, made the aotím uñtil 11 4>'c to- ü ® i. m ¡H 1 Á I *® j t1 |l I i 1 ¡I ♦ i T Li ¡ I rerse morrow: carried -/ • « -.1* /\ i.!_- _-f o House bill providíUf for , of county schoíd lands; also, reported favorably on a bill to amend anact incorporating Colorado Col- lege Senator Record, chairman of Judi- ciary committee, reported favorably on a bill supplemental to an act to confirm titles of colonists in Peter's Colony, approved Feb. 8th, 1854; also reported on a bill to define the offence of vagrancy, recommending an amendment thereto and the pas- sage of the bill. Senator Yarbro, chairman of com- mittee on Manufactures and Com- merce, reported on a bill to incorpo- rate ¿he Jefferson Manufacturing Co., recommending amendments thereto, and passage of the bill; also, report- ed favorably on House bill to incor- porate the Texas Navigation Com- pany. ' Senator Burney, from joint select committee to investiga...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 4 October 1866

$¡t Stoufjraí fatríligeitcer. ¡01 CITY. THURSDAY, OCT. 4, ip. r- í jt UfisUUlve Monster i bill regulating contracts for la- ^ and under the provisions of fhicb the laborer is required, on or jjefore the 10th of January in each Te*r, to enter into a written contract for the whole ensuing year's service, been passed in the Senate. The goose of Representatives led by the ¡ggepid and magnanimous Burford, jmended this bill so as to save to the working man his liberty to contract when he could, and for such time aá Biigbt be agreed on. The Senate has refcsed to concur in this just and proper amendment, Senators alleging that the bill as amended, is worth- ies ; and expressing a hope that the on reflection would recede Peraottal. The annals of civilized legislation fornish no parallel in enormity equal- ly abhorrent to the minds of free- men, aa this proposed enactment, ¿a a law, its practical effect will be tomake labor synonomous with crime, , and to degrade the free laborer to the condi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 4 October 1866

Jorttru 11. PoSt?C(V<ít i o wrnf T' A B" P">f' íoT OUiV fA ¡m -« % I '■ M '/ i' i t I $ mtf iíi # v ir| 11 fÜ Ala««- „ TU# following it. - 7*l£LrZ¿ SZV& Antonio- It ha ontr before «twhMkkad in any newspaper. It has been inourposseaaioa since 1850. Being a natit* of that ancient and historic city; bavins been born within the shades of the .«old Fort " we take pride in publishing these veraes* written by one with whose children we were reared. If this, perchance, shonld reach the «eyes of either of them, it will retail ata«y pleasant reminiscences In onr lives, when in our boyhood we cHnbed over the walls of the Alamo. We never think of the spot bat with reverence.—Jr. Ed. Texas Rec- ord. Endeared by deeds of high renown- Freemen struck there many a blow; Glorioas graves too, there were found, Most sacred place, the Alamo. Big hearts beat high with martial pride, And nerved the aim to meet the foe; Victory or death they there did bide, In the walls of the Alamo. Alt cheeks w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 11 October 1866

tí ¡¡ FOSTER, "Slfcal ij a hit wtjr nf bttsg life?' PUBLISHERS. vol. n. city of austin, texas, thursday, october 11, 1866. fgX/lS LEGISLATURE. Tuesday, Oct. 2. . nate met pursuant to adjourn- Prayer by the Chaplain. Roll I ^ .Uorum present. Journal of ¡¡¡¡2 read and adopted. Selman presented a me- I from a railroad convention at | S on the Hth ult.: referred to ijgrtee on Internal Improve- "aw , a memorial of citizens of I JT'coanty, and a bill to incorpo- Z the Tyler Manufacturing Com- ^ # .4 *r\ /lATTimitfpA nn Man • jeferred to committee on Man- and Commerce. Senator Dalrymple offered a reso- ujon directing the Secretary f the | ®¡jte to obtain from the House of Lrtsentatives the portrait painting jQta. Ed. Burleson, and replace it a the wall, on the right of the Pres- I atand, where it belongs: adop- ted gouse bill distributing the State 10 judicial districts taken up, read genitor Littleton introduced a bill [ ggnJemental to an act to provide for rcfofrieting the State into jud...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 11 October 1866

Mathematics andX. ° ¡\h# *?*fnnou Bandín*, 07&£? Jfwtru II. Pü.vtecwst, A. R. «.ijua-t pff>r,a | f?™1'".for 8 r ™hfie of fire or " *>r«f • J t "ro " ^n'l baring rec?i7M — eW i « . rroff-sor O' the 8wfln,.n n„ lea *! «r^ Bf „ 1*---TSffT?HSS2? iri«r~ itiW n°t «air (aigtit- *&« # r * -I r vftl to bé engrossed; rule sus- time and passed, eton introduced a Mil orate the Corpus Chrfeti Petroleum Railroad Obm- panyY read and feferrw to commit- tee on Internal Improvements. On motion qi. Senator Foscae, a bilí té incorporate the Neches Navi gation Company, on its 2d reading was taken up, amended, read second time and ordered to be engrossed; rule suspended, read 3d time and .. On motion of Senator Record, bill authorizing A. H. Cromwell to erect a mill dam across San Antonio river, with amendments by the House, was taken up and amendments concurred in. Senator Littleton, from select com- mittee, reported on a bill supplemen- talto an act fo provide for redistrict- ing the Stat...

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