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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 11 October 1866

CITY, THURSDAY, OCT. 11, 1866. gates The ffext War. leading editorials in "of the Texas papers—and the T^jg thrown out elsewhere—fore- u0wing another war in which it is relative position of par- 1 Jj7the late struggle will be re- I The manner in which the on is t° t>e inaugurated is said ' ^ this: In the event the Con- V^jve8 gain eighteen members in xt Congress from the Northern i this fall, these, added to the entatives from the excluded £tes, will make a majority of the " gouge of Representatives; and w j(r# Johnson will recognize them separately as a legal body, by send- ¿in his message, signing their bills ¿d doing such other acts as will un- ¿tikably show that the present Uwhich he calls usurpers traitors, is not the Congress of <ie people, but a revolutionary and institutional body. The present Coagress, they say® will resist this gorement of the President; a col- lón will take place ; Mr. Johnson by virtue of his office, com- j^ader-in-chief of the army and I uTy5 will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 11 October 1866

I v *1 «««• ***■- ■ tfi&SliSSS^Sifire °r ~&tmt J*f Wl, Broadway New York. Ifffirti) íií>u novel Ar.-i : % . vl ^i Jo?eafch>« tí." 1 n°t oalv úpi.-.^.L. if I «%! $ Lfl*! II ; • tM Í f I k PHIL. S. WILLIAMS Paetrg. Farewell, Mollier, I Must Go. Mother give me thy blessing, Kindly givemé counsel now; Sorrows may my pathway darioa, Sudn**" m r o'ershade my brow. For I've learned to lore another, I am his through erery woe— Fondly pre me t* thy bosom: Farewell, mother, I mast go! Chorus :— It may break thy heart to leave thee While the tears of sadness flow, Bat I've learned to lore another Farewell, mother, I must go! Mother, thou hast kindly watched me, Been my guide through tender years: Bat another nbw awaits me, Wipe away thy flowihg tears. Thon once left toe ones that loved thee, Though it filled their hearts with woe ; Kindly, kindly, then forgive me, Kiss me mother, let me go! G'horcs :— It may break thy heart to leave thee, ftc. Mother, I shall aver love thee, Thon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 18 October 1866

/ % r A FOSTER, u it W a map if liasj lift?' tol ii city of austin, texas, thursday, october 18, 1866. PUBLISHERS. TEXAS legislature. Tuesday, Oct. 9. . annate met pursuant to adjourn- I \Prayer by the Chaplain. Boll Quorum present. Journal of 1 iayread and adopted. Senator Foscue presented a pro- IJ from Levi Jones against passage 5* bill for the relief of William M. I referred to Judiciary commit- ^Senator Tmitt, from committee on PrinteLand Claims, reported favor- Son a bill for the relief of Peyton s Wyatt. ¿nator Yarbro, from committee tfjf>mActure3 and Commerce, sub- ! ¿ted a majority report of said com- -jaee favorable to the passage of a I jjj to provide for manufacture of by the State; also, reported jjd recommended the adoption of a | jétate for a bill supplementary to jd invendatory of an act to incor- die the Texas Copper Manufac- I firing Company. Senator Braswell, from committee II Internal Improvements, reported ror Uy on a bill to incorporate a [ railroad from Hou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 18 October 1866

vc^ r •- JL-tt, 1UI UUÜUI.IW kartK ,eiMMÍd _ %fi, _ LUU.'^I. "" Wk Jj j . , | M, re,torativa, • ^ Marhematjc. «Qd Nafur.i Scfrnc*. j Í, *?*£ "■• ®n|M*«S, oa CoupS'. **' *81 «roadway Tew York, ^Aq. jf % A * • M* ** Prow IÍ^IhÍ °r "~i¿* -:■ -e, .c, w,- , 75T not onlr ts* « ;■ «ÍS£S°'1';" • "'*•■■«' p'"f-: " 7A ■' I II É V rl H ''i i li ■ i ii s it - P j ; . tee on the Judiciary, reported fayor- ably on#etifen of citfeens « Nava- so£ accompanied by a biU to mcor?, porate the town of Navasota: ,bifl realist time. ? . On motion of Senator Randolph, . ride aospondM, bill read 2d time and "■ ordered to W engrossed; role for.- ther ««pended, bill read 8d time and passed. Sehator Yarbro, from committee on Manufactures and Commerce, re- ported favorably on a bill to incor- porate the Corpus Cristi and Aran- sas Pass Canal Cogqpany.^ Senator Selman, from committee on Public/ Lands, reported adversely on momorial of citizens of DeWitt county. ;v Senator Burney introduced a bill to incorporate t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 18 October 1866

em Inblfigtnítr. 0ft CITY, THUE8MT, OCT. 18, 1866- A ew Dodye. jobBRon Endorsements. Onr Conservative Legislature (so- jjfled) have well nigh overdone "the ¿jjgcult and delicate " job of endors- er the President and the 14th of ¿ogttst Philadelphia Convention. passing two fulsome and ver- ^ joint resolutions endorsing the Johnson policy and the Philadelphia platform of political principles, a one of the same litter, differing i little in color and countenance from £ elder brothers, was brought from jjg genate to the House on Wednes- day, the 10th inst., with a proposi- ti! to adopt it into the interesting kmfly of joint resolutions of the present session. Its adoption was ifged on the ground that the former rotations committed members of ^ Legislature to the unreserved gapport of every plank in the Phila- delphia platform of principles, some ¿ rhich were obnoxious; while this tfcjrd joint resolution took more eli- gible ground, endorsing only the efforts of the President to restore ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 18 October 1866

JSES¿S5^¿ v " ■ *•u"!'", Pr""" i Sft&íi5!3sís™or rs*w* í*1 ®-#** v\#3*rA->f. J*'Wl «roadway JTew York. ¿ti not o;U* t ! «•-• — %- ¿ , f4Ír I £ Slí lpfl I el í'j 'i u *11 i íh '« *4 H n IT v> *u I U II í„ i I M A y I [From the Sondar ftspablieao.} Mv feet are bleeding ?■ the thorny road Wre:n *^i g heart* O0wfr tread; Faint grow l oft beneath m hea^y load Ofcaw; «hall I o'er reach that blest abode Where tears are never abed? I know how little present joys are worth; We see not; mists of sin here blind our Shall I find'rest beyond this vale of earth, Feet in my soul a new and heavenly birth At last in Paradise? Sunshine baá fled my páffi; clouds darkly loom , .. O'erhead; a j! lite aeems bnt an endless <nigbt; ; - . All blindly do I straggle with my doom, , When lo! I see afar beyond the gloom ■One little gleam of light. Cheered by that "ray, 1 hush each sad com- r plaint; And thoagh I journey on with woe op- pressed, And :neath my heavy hardens lag and faint, Beyond, I k...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 25 October 1866

* & FOSTER, is it Imi a map ci boss PUBLISHERS. #1 vol n. TEXAS LEGISLATURE. Tuesday, Oct." 16. Senate met pursuant to adjourn- I prayer by the chaplain. Roll ; qaoram present; journal of Igterday an^ adopted. ^genator Foscue, from committee Internal Improvements, reported fvorably on a bill to incorporate the Qiheston and Eastern Texas Tap yjrotd Company. Senator Braswell, chairman of on Internal Improvements, sported favorably on House bill J^ng an appropriation to remove otetructions in the channel at Sabine pub. \nd, on motion of Senator Fos- 0^ the role was suspended and the ¡,¿jl' taken up and read; on motion of Senator Cook, the billwaa amend- ed, read 2d time as amended and p0ed to 3d reading; rule suspended, {¡¡¡farther amended on motion of genator Stell, read third time and CITY OF AUSTIN, OCTOBER 25, 1866. Senator McDade, from committee « Internal Improvements, reported favenbty on House bill to amend Ifth section of an act to regulate riBroad companies, approved Feb....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 25 October 1866

S'betnatlc. and Ka'urVl j">• SWennoa BuÍldÍnpr,o¡TConirtS 1 **' *81 "roadivar ITttfr Tark W BxJ or takep'uj lect o<pnmi <mé red to joint so Bifl AmeUdíng the charter of the city of Auatfn take «P ont of its order, read three «««ral timesW §M* '&** r P l i it f ? 1 P i't r. m u L i It f I: 1 f \ 11 ! i jaenfte oi" w, _ Man. 1>*2¿ase 'fcni k>! incorporate 8 Marcos Irrigation, &c., Company, with amendments by Senate, taken up and amendments agreed to. A biU- to donate to| the w ck>w ot R. T- Wheeler $1,056, as a mark of the State's respect for the distin- guished services of the deceased, on its 3d reading, taken up, read and lost: ayes 83—noes 31, •. ' On motion, the jHouso adjourofed until 3* o'clock this evening. EVENING SESSION. House met pursuant to adjourn- ment. Bill incorporating the General In- surance Co. of America, with amend- ments made by the Senate, taken up and amendments concurred in. House bill granting land to rail- road companies,with-Senat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 25 October 1866

í|t i^jj¡l¡TL THURSDAY, OCT. ¿5,1866 Biography. Austin (editorial) correspond ^ cf tbe San Antón Ledger is ^ng biographies of distinguished of the Legislature for the . ^{¡t of the readers of that.paper ® ke the following extract^ ? J Col. Ashbil Smith, r/¿ «fjs born in Hartford, Cpnnecticot, and is .rar¿*t from the first settlers of America, r^meor's of New Tork and the Adams' a^husetts- He was raised in North í.«,iin and educated at New Hares and &S * * « * Although d by the great chief of the Comancbes, fj[ew«rrah, his beantifal daughter ia mar- **" but the Colonel respectfully declined ?¿jSt¡Dgn¡3bed alliance and has lived thns Í! tbe life ft bachelor. We have not been jL to learn the Colonel's age, either from rLjf or others, he from very particular ¡¿ms being strictly reticent upon thatitwn; ¡¿¡¡¡¡n the most reliable information which c bare been able to obtain, we are of opin- libatUw QoloBel was born in the year iYjj old Style, and is now about ninety-one ' ' pia, yet he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 25 October 1866

SGj¡l ' I I i ¡ i led,,M}d hravefc Í'U diV nt fee nor hatred appal, t«M' Tcn«—" Co«e R«rt In this Basom Shame shall not shadow the grave where 1 lie, Bravely I've strui Death shall not <—-- Nobly I've striven, and noMy f?H fell My country! my country! though foes m&fy For theel've suffered, for thee I will die; , To the* and thee only rfty memory I wastj I know-ftoi trt, flObl®, Iknow thou art just. When thy manacled-limbs feel the weight of the chain, - ■ And thon pleadeth for justice, and pleadeth in vain; *' ' Thou wilt think of. him then, who '«nd dark- ness and gloom, Stoutly battled with fate to avert thy sad doom. ■ When the pen dipped in falsehood would tar- nish my fame, The light of thy love Shall illumine my name; Tho' the record be written again and again, The tears that thou sbeddest ahalL blot out the stain. My country! though bleeding and prostrate thou art, • The life-pulse of freedom still, beats io tb¡y heart; It will brighten thy eye, it will thrill through...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 1 November 1866

0 FOSTEB, w 8 tat a may joí totsg lift? PUBLISHERS. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER % 1866. gánate EGISLATURE. Tuesday, Oct. 23. pursuant to adjourn- prayer by the chaplain, roll f' ci. 4- r present—-journal of read and adopted. R. dolph presented a pe- ',.f M . Benton: read and • Lreti t< mmittee on Private '¿aid _ " r,.itC'i ' < ^ade, from committee In^r-itl Ir provements, reported ; flouátí hut to compel railroad ,r ¡ic- 3-. ore the public against ¿ •!«•' ú:un.- g* accruing on their , iding amendments to i ; it , passage so amended. c,nn T" y,Oy from committee Vac. t'.veiui ¡and Commerce, re- •ed on a b¡¡' to incorporate the "jiic Lake M «facturing Co., re- íütne i 1 !i dments thereto and '.i y c r i so amended; also, r,p(,~Á on Con >3 bill to incorporate ¡ Sow Braniifels Manufacturing acomioti '.g amendments to ,:ir¡e. ' i " passage of the bill ,■ded; also, reported favorably i bf l supplemental to and amend- . g an act i; -orporating the Jeffer- : Manufacturi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 1 November 1866

I>ekja«ni f. Gittnr,' a! Mar hematíe aod Sentir,.- J"pxru u. Pz.vtbo.vt, A. B., adjunct pro« •or of i<*« J COMPA-VT. ~~ 7" «olíame oa Confrro£d!. **•Wl Broadway JTew York. ^Sflu A* en ni-, for a jvrTilejte of five or *"— vara ' k® * —J • *n<1 fcfttlni* f " *" M «rl*í- - "Jt0 th® pabHc. that hariV leaoéd I n ¡t'ie «wemon BnHdín*, oa Con^S * ™ reatoratiro, '>n ' h5 * * % not o:ilv tn Unit- temperature^ would justify, hewo^d the bodies heretofore interred cause to I Á i' It: 1/ I ill ti 9} É4 i*i A be removed to the ground selected by him, &c.; and the committee re- commend that one acre, in Square form, out of S. E. corner of Ceme- tery Lot he set apart for a banal ground for the use of the U. S. for- tes * and, also, recommend the adop- tion and passage of the accompany- ing substitute for the House bill au- thorising the inclosure of the State Cemetery, and making an appropria- tion therefor. On motion of Senator Shelley, the bill and report were taken up and substit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 1 November 1866

m Í\t ^ttítUigtncrr. CITY, TIUMiAT, Ml. 1, 1866. "^president has recognized as ' of Sweden and Norway, fcl. Perkins, at New Orleans, H. Patton, at Austin, Texas, foreign dispatches report that the press Carlotta has become insane, said to have had an interview jltjj the Pope to secure the sanction ^ His Holiness for everything done w Jfaximilian in Mexico, and was «Lfcively refused, but remained all ¿V making further effort. She is to have told the Pope that j^rould not leave the Vatican un- til her request was granted. Doubt- fel. yf9 ve indebted to M. F. Bell for lb vote of Blanco county: 89th Congress—Branch, 2; Gur- ley, 4 J Bassett, 15. 40th Congress—Branch, 8; Gur- ItyG; Bassett, 15. There were 28 votes polled in lampasas county, as follows: Branch, 10; Basset^ 10; Gurley, IS Mito, In Ohio there are 16 Republicans w a Democrats elected to Congress. geven prisoners escaped from the fthnbus jail last week. letter n*oita Galveitoa. Galvioton , Oct 20,1866. Leaving Mew York via Be...

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

'Ml tenwa*** r A. «I «— m4 5a**«*' Jf! -* —rm 12 |S"tt*«T % 1 W , Prn'r> f jar to II „Wte. that btríg ! *t rr^1^ . ^ ..... wm~ ^ COMPA-Tf, w*.*W?",,IBI Boflrtlnjc, 03 Cmp.<u '. Wi "««iwir J**ir Y«rk. , rv .: j/.L_Til5®tf fivr * —* 'Aii h^-f-- ' ^ J* "iU* **; J '* U-jL. n . by y *«k, Goois* mi tW fcsr. , bai gcg* —* fc«* of ttpt< T*a U JÍJ pMMd Qm|i, the tales theyV* told— tfae tr«M. Aed i Thai**.1 flib bxntj* bava <11 IP**! ®*#rR Too acarcaiy aow may traca TW Mind BO of £ IBM, OtOTgp, WbON aora of lift was fall Of rm b.t at weninf'f clow Waa ilf nlalr and doIL What tales of horror they hare told, Of tempe* and of wreck, Of murder la the midnight hour, Of war full many a " epeek"; Of atipo that—lost away at sea— Want down before the blast, Of Stifled cries of agoay As life's loot moment passed ! Of earthquakes and of suicides, Of failing crops of cotton, Of ha-^-f defaulters, broken banks, And banking systems rotten ; Ot boilers bursting, steamboats snagged, Of riou, duel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 8 November 1866

Jt C ;J8*ia 1MUJ £ FOSTER, RM£ÍÜ'# basg li&r .JÍIÍH rliBLISHRKS. NOYEMBEH >! >(*1H i--'; I > I0AS LEGISLATURE. Tuesday, Oct. 30. genate met, pursuant to adjourn- Jot. Prayer by the chaplain. Roll ; quorum present; journal teslerday read and adopted.^ . Senator Foscue presented memo- ry 0f the County Court of Chambers iD1trty; referred to Finance comm. Senator Barney presented the pe- tition of citizens of Marlin, Falls co.: rtferred to committee on State Af- &n tor Foscue, from committee on Internal Improvements, reported favorably on a bill to incorporate the Corpus Christi Steamship and Over- bad Transportation Co. Senator Guinn, from Finance com- mittee, reported on petition of Pryor he*, relative to the mode, of auditing nd closing his account with the State, submitting a joint resolution prescribing the mode of auditing and closing petitioner's account, and re commending its adoption. Ob motion of Senator Guinn, re- port and resolution were taken up, read 2d ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 8 November 1866

UI.OT, K. W Pmf.Mor^L1 l" ^ lU 1,11 1'Ulllli.lU nav®£ ,eaJ, K _ IUJI,'JU!|. Jip WT-W !.{. re.ior.Ure w ! jf!Spl!l!i*pod!f*'ur>' Rci'nr" 1 v1^n?irr^"'l"n;T,Ballrdinir' 03 Cow¿<i' b„í*' , Browlway few York, jBA. ^ ^ I mfy&t¡L%u'C'"T' A B • *¡*,ur' Pro^ I ¿V* u . JL - M,U*° of or veui «" 7ST not o:iiv to j>i> ft, ¿ «p and ELI * \: :i 1 i I M 1 •i < if i f ¡II: / r í ( R 19 i«. f I 81 endtoe Bouse fl jaorefused i! . : « Iff ^encímente Hade to Senaf Wll ex- aWS&STCttS^ W. 0. Dilk to place boom aoyoaa the Braioa nver at Waco taken úp and passed. A bill to abolish capital punish went in fexa* taken up, read second time and recommitted to the Judioia- ry awnmittee, . A bill to regulate the organisation ef new oountiea taken up and passed. The Governors message vet°mg the bill creating the eonnty of Hood taken up, and veto sustained. Motion to reconsider mart* and paainontd until 18 o'clock to-morrow, 1 ^oate bill concerning disoimn. iaed conn tie taken up and pasaed. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 8 November 1866

\ ¿¡flU CITY, THDMPAY, MT. 8, 1866 ====jiidge Reagan's Letter. I' find in the Trinity Advocate 0f the 24th alt., a letter from Judge g^jgan to Gov. Throckmorton, which eight eotamns of that pa- oer- It is too long for re^publica- L but its importance demands a jjor® extended notice than we usual- ly give to the expressions of our Texas politicians, knowing as we do, bov little, at least, we have to do in ^ work of reconstruction on ac- c0BDt 0f the unfortunate, not to say course of the Convention ^ ¿nee of the Legislature of this State. Judge Reagan says that he has voided a participation in the discus ¿Mi of public questions since his re torn home, because he is still a pris- oner on parole, and because of the ¿igfrvor with which his address to the people of Texas from Fort Warren Vas received. But the organization of a State govethiaent, the election of United States Senators, and the ipproadiing election Of mefnbers to the Congress of thé United States, has freed him from some of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 8 November 1866

*¿K£Z LSS. pm"-m " ¿TS&ZST"- A*- "'i'"1 p'"'~ f aT*ír . to say to the pabüc, that harfcrj )e^,fd the Swenson Building 0„ CongiS Atenni, for • jvfvilwsftf1 «- K PWWBWS COMPACT 'EtCCtAIX *#. *81 Broad war *r*«r v k —eb «re mittm r<*«forativp JMUIIUokiy oi IW 3P not qjjI* tn 3 I i in ;,i - I if I Aj mH i í f¡ II ii : 1 ,1 M poetry. fe can <5««"er tf W Will. Rnirííed toiler—800 of labor— Stoutly battling -avwy day For existence—O, my Shou shalt triumph in the fray. On life's changeful «cene of acuon, - may oft pp r. Thou shalt win the victar'alaurels, If (boa wilt bmt peraevere. Though thou art obscure and lowly, Ye may reach the wished far goai, Grasp the prizes, wealth and station, If thou bast a dauntless soul; If thou bast a resolution That misfortune cannot shake, One on which the angry surges An impression fail to make. Ark thou sneered at and derided, By the self-styled lolty born? Heed you(not the fools contumely, Or the weak mind's harmless acorn, Art thou friendless—...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 15 November 1866

1 íf Íí tat * BROWN 4 FOSTER, OF AUSTIN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1866. TEXAS LEGISLATURE. Saturday, Nov, 3. genate met pursuant to adjourn* ¡nent. Prayer by the Chaplain. Roll c#jj€<j—quorum present. Journal of yesterday read and adopted. Senator Blount, from committee on conference on disagreement of the roo houses on a bill to regulate the ale, &c., of animals in this State, and'to require butchers to report to police Courts all animals slaughtered, £c. reported recommending a change of Senate's amendments, so " that ^ first section of the act shall not j apply to the counties now composing ¿«First Congressional District:" Report taken up and adopted. Senator Foscue introduced a bill to amend an act to incorporate the town of Liberty, approved June 7th, 1837: read and referred to commit- tee on State Affairs. Senator McDade, from committee on Internal Improvements, reported favorably on House bill to incorpo- ré the Houston Savings Invest- ment Co. Senator Cooley introduced ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 15 November 1866

jntfcfu u. l''«/:rv,cT * n ■•' , „ . ' VteniU-, _ •orofMnt wTS ' jUaCt Pr° "■' «" hJ,~ " S «55ffc^^!w^Í!r^ «***-*. 1 **fo>. h tar' —- • " i I IT t i ! y I I Senate hill to meorpo«W AeN* chM ^aviphMl C0^ _ bill w pro.iaeJ._r ^ecolk^of that have ai an Luí and provisions in other bills been p&ssq^L* Senator SteU, from, committee on Sute AlUn, reported on bill to provide for the employment of con- vict labor on «orke of puMic utility, recommending amenamente thereto and paewge Of the Ml« amended Senator Brasswell, from commit- tee on Internal Improvements, re- ported on House bill to incorporate - * ustin Iron Mountain and El Railroad Co., recommending am ted. mator on Engrossed Billa,,reputed correct ly engrossed a bill to encourage the manufacture o^f iro*, and to author- ize the employment of convict labor therein : report accepted. On motion of Senator Voigt, a bill to locate the county site of Shelby county, with adverse report of com- mittee thereon,, was taken up, and, pun...

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