The Advertiser (Bastrop, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 35, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 2, 1879 Page: 2 of 4
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Phj Butrop Advertiser
TBCMAA a CAIN. | M pionuifOL
iitaiuiiis, mabou i, ism | vol*
BA8TROI', TEX Al'G. id, 'ft.
.m'ljf mi' twuf-I ■
ALUM CREEK BNIPBNAP8.
A ebu|* hae coat* oim Ikt ipirii ol
■ttbri ud thiols pertaining k> the bm
lion. Oat ■tlniil Mlltot to distorted
by Nlian hom tbt dread Plutoatou
"I ii dying, Egjrpi, dying," to tbe
Tt. corn crop of UfM county to re
ported i biliw
lion, W. V. Little, president of
tbe AUWw eecate, to dead.
Tbt ddioieiary bonds «*ll at an tv>
ingc of i little over 101:1-5.
JDioo-wvlHtfTVtoped yellow fever
cm— reported at New Orleans.
Cow* are reported dying, for want
of wfeter, near Burnett, TeiM.
8ilty i*e cent* and board, ii be*
ing paid for cotton picking in Wash,
The Llano river b stopped run-
ning, and the Colorado to almost
low enough to do likewise.
The division superintendent of the
Western Union Telegraph company
bas his hes< cm a( Dallas.
One hundred and seventeen deaths
from yellow fever reported at Ha*
vans, for the week ending July 28th.
The report of yellow fever in Gal-
veston, is pioveu incorrect. The
city is pronounced remarkably
Three or four fires in Austin on
Monday night. But little damage;
and all charged to accouut of incen«
The Sunday law was not general-
ly observed in our larger cities, last
Sunday. ▲ test case for the su-
preme court, is proposed.
A disease akin to cholera, is rag'
ing in Center point, Linn county,
Iowa. Full twenty have died from
it, and many others are prostrated.
The trial of a barber, at Galves-
ton, on Wednesday, for violation of
the Sunday law, before a jury, re-
sulted in bis conviction and a fine of
110 and costs.
A prominent Democratic Con*
grrssman took his daughter to task
because she permitted her lover to
•lay a while after ten o'clock. "La,
pa," said sbe, "we were only hold-
ing a little extra session."
The Statesman reports only eight
inches of WAtcr in tho Colorado river
at tbe ford, above tho Austin bridge,
and says if it don't rain shortly the
water works of tho city will have to
As will be si-en by a telegram
from Seguin, published elsewhere,
jronng Baker, under indictment for
the murder of young llolloman, was
■hot deed, at a campmeeting near
Seguin, on Monday night.
Kate Cobb, the Connecticut mur<
dtrcss, has had three oflit's of mar
riagc since she went to prison. Tbe
woman who kills a husband can al*
ways count on fools enough to sup-
ply tho raw material.
Wm. Barchell shot his wife, step-
daughter and then killed himself, at
Clarksvillc, Term., ou the 27th. The
wife and daughter are yet alive, but
in a very critical condition. No
cause assigned for the rash act.
The Kxfru publishes an account
of tl.e discovery of a silver bonanza
in Meiico, about 400 miles south*
west of Sau Antonio. The ore ; s*
ssys 50 per cent, pure silver. The
vein to 00 feet thick. A town of
$009 inhabitants has sprung up in
tbe last Tow week*.
Thomas Keid, defaulting cashier of
the First National Bank, Galveston,
Ttaas, was arrested Friday, of last
H Week, at Graody, Quebec, by detec-
tives. Rcid was only $40,000 short
in Ins acoounts, but the dispatch
does not say bow much of tho $40,*
000 was recovered by his arrest. He
abscondod January last.
low-toned aud mournful requiuai
by the at|bl brers*.
Egypt is pliyetl for tbe nonce,
claasi j stroma of Alua Is dried up
pletely, and with the eioeptioo
sma'i-sissd tlligstor, discovered
mudbclo user tbe bsnks of tbo
A correspondent of tbe New York
Sun gives a long account of life among
lite cowboys and long-boras, from which
tbe folios log ere esirac-a :
it is tbe early dawn of a May day-
A sea of r« llibg but >wa of toad saleads
in flVety dilution if tbe m*o t resell of
(be visum*. I'll* piams sYe o*er«-J wub
a rich growth of bluejoiut and buffalo
grass. A herd of rattle le sleeping in a
corral by s creek—cows, two-yearoldr,
yearling* aud eeiter. A few pomes sro
picketed Willi long ropes on lbs prslrir.
A couple of kaUtil -a, biaukstsaud br alles
bang ou pegs by the sorrel bsrr. 1 he
eceoe is rninsbUy peaceful- Tbe deep
breathing of lbs cal l . lue morning
nil* of ibe meadow lark*. ai.d th* suit
music ol tbe wind as it whistles through
tbe short, tsbd.r grass, are ibe oily
As the cost grows red, tbe occupants
of s large dug nit, situated by Ibe bank
of a oreeb, 1 >uuge slowly ou', snd walk
lo tbe water, wbrre they drink and waah
—Ibe 1 ittsr a speedy operation, ss lbs
herder does uot waste time in washing
One goes lo feed (he ponies corn, sod
saddle then:, aud Ibe other builds s lire
aud oooks breakfast. This meel oonsisie
of corn-dodgers or biking-powder bis-
cuit, fnsd bacon, aud strong coffee, with-
out mik or sugsr. There may be two
hundred cows in tbe herd, but none are
nnlktd. The herders simply eiist with
ss little trouble ae possible. Ah a rule,
tbey do uot tea J ; do not tbiuk of an) •
thing but tbe eattle. To atleud these
■til, u their sabition. After breakfast,
ttis oars are tuken down, sud Ibe cat'l-r
airing (lowly out of the corral. Form-
ing in long tiler, tbey fidiow tbe deep,
we 1 worn trad* tbst lead to tbe feeding
ground* . It ta a very lessurely march.
Mow and theu au auintsl drops out of
tbe file, cuts a few auutbslul of grass,
but soon drops into file again, aud re*
suats marching. On reselling tbe de-
sired feeding groim', tUe cattle spread,
•ud begin feeding. At sbont 10o'clock,
tbey sre full, or nearly so ; sud, in s
list It ss msnner, they ehange front, aud
feed toward water. Arriving there, tbe
herd drink, atsud in the wet. r, and so
"'ioal"a«ay an boor. They tbeo lie!
dowo, aud lor two or three houra remain ,
quiet. As the suu gts low, tbe osltle
sgam spread and teed. As tbe eon siuks i
to the boriaor, ibe herders slowly force
tbea to feed toward tlieir corral, uud by !
the time tbey have fed np to it, it is
gt-bersliy dusk. Lara are put no, ponies
staked out, supper cooked snd tateu,
and tbe herders go to bed.
Tbe csttie of T< sa - srs not afraid o f
aan, n<>r sre they sfraid of a horse ;
but tbey ate sfrsid of s msu on s b.trsc.
Tuey do oot understand—st least, do
oot seem to understand—that a m*u on
horseback is s eombibstioo of animals.
Appsrently, they regard the two as on
Hnim^l, and one that u too powerful for
their. To p?t off ot boras iu a herd
of wild Texan c*Mls is uluiott worth n
mun's lite, ai d au txpeiieiice<l Lerd> r
will n^vrr do it.
In Jely tbo I erd la fat ; calves are do-
ing well, aud are full of plaj ; eras* l<
plenty, snd tbo herd, ae a whole, feel
plendidlv. Tbey srs essily sraased,
loo. Jack rabbits srs | lonty, snd srs a
never-failing souroe of amnsemenl to tbe
When the esttle cf Teiaa are w sV«t-
ed by aUrvstiou sod lack of w«ie*. th*y
are unable to gut up without help Tti*u
tue herders are oblige 1 to tail tUem.
Ibis consists in tskioe he 11 of the foil,
and yelling at tbe animal. Woen i*
struggles to srise, the berder lifts ?n the I
tail, sud so helps the feeble brute up.,
Be is rewnrded for bis kind intentnn by
^svl0g tbe suims' lower its hesd. and, I
with a weak iieib* nf r«gt-, i-f 'gcr at
his., <nt< nt to ^ill him. A Texas cow
that has to b* toiled is ab. nt ss good sa j bonod togother by tbe best sn i most
desd ; lew «.ver get over i . Aeam, Thf'ti; hsrmouioui 'i-eiiuga. Tt-^y k-*^oi to ley
cattle sr wi as, they will dclio«is'-cly t«i te every eoi<slderstioo tliat migut l>e
th nw himself down, ^nd never make an:lur "r «ndeney in order
effort to p*t out It (inlird out with i that they may nui'e ir the grand at
rones snd set ou his feel, tie fire, obese* I teupt to save souls.
the berdere, tbeu coolly turua aroand.! .r, . . , .
end walk* into the ere,-k again. Of -11' Th; fult sf f,r bM l^n
tbe o tt!e that I have bel|fcri out of Ibr gfsttfying, snd nnprec dentrd.
wster, I remem er but two tbst did not
return to it on th« first opportunity, aud
do it wit
we eould not claim a single feature
idoDtk >1 with anything pertaining lo
tbe wouderlul oouutry of the Nile.
VVneu we tubbed ou* N.ition tbe
Egypt of the county, it was dae to sn
impression we enterlsiued, al the time,
tbat there would be an abundance of
eoru made, plinty for tbe prodacers,
and enough to eperr.
Within Ibe last ten dsys the ouMtok
for erope bas been reduced to tbe loweet
Ttie proapeot lo Anile ainds to dc-
oidedly loo glooay for eonleaplalion.
Cotton ia at a standstill, though open-
But slas I the l>o l< that are so ready
snd wiiliug to npsu are few and far be*
I asked a bard working fsrasr, yes.
terdsy, how bis eotlou crop would turn j
out, knowing tbst he bed boon blesard |
with rain, sod that bo rented good river
bottoalam'. Tbe reply was: "If I
| aake two bags to twelve aoree, 1 ahail
Takiug an average estimate ol the
Cotton crops, commencing at Htggins'
farm, and ending at what ia known ss
Hie " red lio'l >w,' tbe yield will prob-
aUy be one bde to five acres.
Though torn w II be scarce, tbe price
per bushel wil< hsrdly exceed rix-bite.
This faet is dus lo the lacility with
wliioh corn can be sb<pped to u* from
tbe weeurn state*. Peo| 1>, generally,
are aware of the fact, and will real essy
on the aobj*ot of bread.
We have, in spite of onr drew bseks.
a great miny things to comfort aud
oheer us—as a people.
In addition to our bed luok in tbe ag-
ricultural department, suppose there bad
been s terrible visitation upon ns, of Ibe
"thousand ills flash is heir to."
T'ironghont, the entire year baa been
refp"tke!>ly healthy. F-mily circles sre
rtdl iutuct—hesr's am brimming over
with joy, the ka are rosy, and forma
erect ard vigorous.
Vendors of patent aedioiues sad
snd doctors, sre ssf>ly laid npoa
tbesbeif. nntil ceded for.
Tbe greatest blessipg of tbe seas m Is
onr " camp meeting " whish is still iu
It tisa been our privilege to sttend
many such moctinge of tbo ki>id, not
ouly on ilium but elsewhere, hut never
before have we seeu one tbe! was cor; -
ducteii iu s better or more successful
Tbe ministers sre earnest snd eloquent
and sensibly aod tbUiiig'My disoours>'
to tbe people. Tbo gu.id people are
wa. j j ■ . i ji
Saoi'in, July 2$.—Last night,
daring the progress of the cauip*
meeting, the same being held three
miles east of towu, some one stepped
up to John Baker, who was stand*
ing about ten lost outside ol the ar*
bor, among a crowd of men, put a
pistol to his head, shot him and
walked oil* Baker died a abort time
Tho affair was so sudden, quick
and ufllsoked for, that the perpetra*
tor of the deed, auiid the contusion,
that was terrible, cscaped, Nc clew
to the perpetrator.
J, T. liaker was under indictment
for the murder of young llolloman.
A coroner's jury was immediately
impaneled, nod is now in session.
No verdict hiu yet been rendered.
Suspicion rests on certain parties,
but their names are withheld uulil
No More Hard Times.
T. A. HASLEli
t)ry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hardware,'.Crock,
mj. Tin, Mood and Willow Ware.
Is deterained to sell goods st bottom prices. Everything
kept in s first clssa retell house will be found coustsutly on hand
I am also sg-nt for tbe celebrated
MILB UliN WAGON,
Read the following certificates of its worth;
We, the undersigned eititens of Bsstri>p county, certify tbst we
have uaed tbe Milbura wagon, aod find it in every particular as
represented to ns. snd when we take ittu consideration the low
price ol tbia wagou, we do uot besitste to pronounce it the best
ever sold here.
W. 0. POWELL.
Takes pleasure in informing lite
world and the rest of mankind, and
particularly the planters of Bastrop
county, that he is "neither dead nor
sleeping," but in the full vigor of
life with sufficient government
stamps on hand to buy all the cot-
ton raised in Bastrop county. Hav-
ing received orders Irom Headquar-
ters to protect, at all hazards, the
COTTON KAISER from tho hands
ofSPECULATOHS, he would kind-
ly insi.uct his Grauger friends to
bring their cotton to hia establish*
ment before closing bargains else-
where, as ho is prepared to give
"top finurcn," in cash
den 1 iscli) lor the fleecy staple.
N. A. MORRIH
II- A MOORE
A WIrtK.UAN, aud others.
I keep oo bend e goo I aasortment of these wagots, and will
teke pleasure ia showing them to euv one tiesirimr to purchase.
Will pay the highest ('ASH price for cotton, hides end other
Thankiug my many patrons for their past liberal support, sn.l
hopiug to merit a continuance of tho same, 1 am. very truly,
T. A. HASLKU.
Business Corner, Main street, Bastrop.
vans tw < wai a. so.
Omen o Statb and County Tax Cou.icbto*,
Bastrop, Texas, July 1st, )hvi .
Whereas. I have this day in complianee with law, aud hy ir-
tne of the tai rolls nf Iiaetrop oouuty, levied upon aud will pro#
ceed to eell to the highest bidder, for ea b, nt pubiio outcry, si
tbe Court House dour, iu tbe town of beatrop, county of lUs'rop.
and Htate of Texas, between the boura of 10 o'clock a m , and t
o'clock r. M., ou the
Firat 1'urailnt In Au(n«l, 1*79.
(it being the Oth dsy of said month) sa much of tbu follow,ug dc-
....do • ••
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... .do ■.
... . do.
L. C- Sharp....
forget it !
Bastrop, August 2d, 1879 .. tf,
die io it. I believe they do it with tbe
intelligent purpose of taking their I ves.
Ip passing through Western Kansas, the
trsveler sees sasll towers, br.ilt of stone,
on tbe tops of the highest hills, Ask'og
what these towers sre for, bo is told
tbry sre Indian watch lowers. Tbia
eeouda well, but it is not trne. These
stones bsve been pil«d np by tbe herd-
i rs ; tbey thiul', if Ibe bills were a little
higher, tbey eould see over a ewell iu
tbe prairie, or into a revive, and would
thus be *?ed riding Ibere lo see if Ibeir
cattle bad strayed.
Q iile a number of planters and ship-
pers in Lnuieisna aod Miaaiasippi are of
the opinion that tbey do uot need to put
aide-pieoee upon tboir baled cotton
Tbey are lelmriog under a delusion
which may soon day ooet thea denrly ;
and for tbeir eakea end theeake of every
one ibtereated, notice ie here given of a
law, (uot mede by Loqiaiana, nor by
Mississippi nor by sny single HUte, but
by tbe Unites Mtstes Government.)
wbieb requiree side-pieces npon every
bole of notion put np in this country ;
and a vh 1st ion of the I iw subjects the
plsnter, Ibe carrier and tbe receiver to a
very heavy penally per bale. This ia the
law, and it may as well be understood i>y
a I «bo handle notion. To i>«forewarn-
ed is to he forearmed, and tbe Ph. ryime
now feels it bas done its doty In tbia
matter by giving to its readers informa-
tion which may save Ibem at some time
or oilier a Urge smonbt of trouble, l«w
snd anxiety, If not a tan a large amount
of mcney. Country and city eichsnaes,
iateveeted, will plesae copy—Picayune.
The manifest tions of the apiiit ba*
l>een wide spread snd (diverse. Mm .
woaen, and children have yielJud to
tbe cliKftoning influences of the gospel,
sod havn obtaiue t that "peaco which
pssseth all understanding."
HAIP WSSS & CO.
CLOT HI N* a
(Tacliu* auf ] scribed real estate as *ill lie suffiamut to pay the t«* « snd costc
now due thereon, or may h«reaft«r accrm. lor th yeir 1878, and
for 1877, on roll 1878, by the parties ownirg or rmidehug said
property, sale to continue from day lo day uutil al! of mi I tuot( I
N. A MORItIS, Tax Ol'. vt^r.
mams or owNK.n
/faker Mrs E. A.
It row (j Joseph
B'ir.leii flail, ^,1
Maker O ^
Oa-.et W J H
I Llo't. r D-n
Cook Mrs. H
AMI 1>K\I.I RK IN
Uents Furiiisliiug QomIs
16,1, Jfl7, 169, ami 171 btraud, C«jrner.
Tnmont Street, OALVE.-'TON.
Bastrop. August'^d; 1&79 .. 9m.
"tats ro Tkxas, ) Iu th* Couoty Court
0«iuntT of liaairop ( H uper Term '79
7a 'ill irh'fn Otti'' Pre <*nti 'nitv Cnnxe —
Know vs. Thai Wui. H. Rivers, Guar
iliso o the peraiin and nUta nf Joa-ph
E Hi««r* and Ida Xi> 11 Rivera, minors,
having tll-d iu the H moral I« County
, '!ourl of Bastrop oouuty, Te* " , hi- sp
' pl'catlon to sell real eslat- b< I nging to
It is no epbeaer-1 outburst, this onr I "rVd"' J°' L Ulver< *nJ ,d'
aeeting, hut a lasting iapreaeion is j *Wow|V,^refore, tbeM .re to notify all
Bade npon lh^ moral snd religion* tone j p-raona interested in the said wsrda lo
of our community, that will render it for Ibe and appear st the n~st r-glir term
all time to cobs, entirely iapervioos lo i °' 'h* llonoralda County Court, t< l>e
ii.. ... fx _,1 , . . , , br 1 leu at tbe Court Houae, iu tbe town
the attaek. of lb. Devil and bis legions #f B -|r th)f(, -D H p
The good work eabreeee In alt, about *. I)., l«7 , the same being ibe
forty conversions—up to date. Ineiud- 1 15lh day of eaid Bouth, tli*n aud th« re
ed in this estimate, are some of the beet to "h -w esuse why suob aide ahonH not
aeo In our eommonity; earnest, think- ^"^n uader By band and th. O.I nf
lag and right Biuded people, men thai r i rt,d Court, st o(Bo m the loen
are settled iu their viewa and character. | I..S. J-« f Dtatror. this the l'Jth dsy of
Col'iUia W 11
O .s'ey Thoe. J
Oacley Tnoe. J
PeteJSoii M illMt
pntM T T.
I'biltrs Ike A Rro.
It ii erison Jai. lira.
R.-.berleon J C
Rutherford It A
Howell A J L Kst. of
Ward A II
oni .l>*At. oa*wrBs.
Twelve «ew caaes of fever report
ad at McmpLIu, on the SOth, but no Tlie census ol Memphis just com
deaths. Tbe camps havo been ea- pleted exhibits srnno interesting ins
and tbe poor arc being !'orn,at,on rl,ow l,,sl nt'arly
mil The noMr.pl ^'two-thirds of the population liavo
to it. The Howard asaocta- ^ fro||| thf r tUl
tlM has forty-flve nuraea on duty. J i0,000-a r^markal.lo number-of
W. W. Contoran, a wealthy baaker the 18,000 remainim: have had yole
of Washington, baa aent bis check low fever, ar*d 8000 alone are sum-
tor $8000 to the Memphis aathori* and that tho cltv is practi
tie* to aid Ibe poor aud destitute c 1|y t,,t' b n,U l, ® « «roe ,
!■ leavmir the r.itv. who outnumber the whites three to
^ _ on(. Onlv 4000 whiles remain iu
■ - .... - |' ._
DtU tt, July 29.—In the lraited Memphis out of a |M>puliitioii of 40,-
Btaiea eoait l<ongincr pleaded guilty 0<K). which, shows how complete has
19 llie third charge of robbintr the 'been the exotlus. Of I lie whites re-
mails on ibe fort Worth and Yuma tnaitiiti(;. it i« fair lo presume one*
otage, and roooived Ave venrs. Bit i half have had tho fever, very nroba-
i uwulttrr eoatcncee to dale foot up bl>- more, aod, as the negro is not
«mm buudrod and nine year* bard,readily susceptible, the material left
labor m the penitentiary, with more tor Yellow Jack in Memphis is most
4.*** pending, agreeably meagre.- TUeyraw.
There is something real and tangtll-
in the foroe of example snd individual
ibfliene«'. as littls ss people will admit
There is a great deal too lo besriog
tbe "«|r«|t sud narrow path" laid plain
aad open before yon.
The Rev. Mr. Woollen in bis style of
preaching, r* minds us forcibly of the
idea ws have always eutertaiaed of the
Mr. WV manner of speaking is plain,
logics! ai d sia| I".
Bis knowledge of bnasn nature, and
aeqnaiutsnoe with tbe reltgioos oroehets
of lb* thinking asn of Ibe dsy wss snffl
cient in uiore <bsu one inetenee to re-
aove, during our m. eijog, nuny stumb-
ling bloci.s and carious hobbies
Mr. Botehkiss u the most thorough
and earnest working young minister we
have ever Bet. Ji* bn acted lbs pari
of s good aud faithfnl serv >ut of the
Lord throughout tbe entire meetiop, aad
baa accomplished ruuen good. In fact, it
•ould eff>,rd as plessure to eater into
details, atriolty, aud speak of eacb work-
er reaped!veK hat time aad space for-
bear 11 is euRiolcut lo My, put ||,t
Lord I.an td,-*e*<j as stgaslly as a people
aud a ooBaar.iiy—at.4 «« hup* the
gO J ttt "ta of tbe revival will t>« fe| ,
• nt only iu the ne>r and reaote fntare,
but for el' time to ooae and eternity.
I \ Jll I y, I
J. M Fl
t D.. I87il
FINNfcV, < rs r. C. R. c
By fl. F. Habnav. Deputy. joly'JA.
ft U«IC ! M i;«iC!! n 1N1C I!!
Mae Moi.lib McDowar.r,, teacher nf
Music on the Piano end Organ, Voosl -
xatior, etc , etc., returns thsnks lobar
many kind frieuds and p lrone for th<-ir
very liter I pat'onsgn Hi the pas*, and
respi cifii'lr a> Iicits their continued pat
ronage lor tbs eoB'ng seeeion:
As usnsl, per month, tr> 00
One r < II «r, extra, per month, will be
charged for use of Instrument.
Heesion to begin first of H*ptemt>er.
Bsstrof, J. ly 26tl, 187U —tf.
J. A. HOOPi:K,of Aiiilin,
W00LST0N, WELLS k VIDOR,
t'O TTOJV FACTORS
Com mission Mcrehan ts,
Young J P
Cliaudler F W
Fo-ter M \
Masteraon llr R.
Rutherford R A
Msatnrson nr. R.
Rutherford It A
Rutherford It A
! It II Orini*a
jl'remp Dau Ciuit r
i f (J ':'-iri
rr"tt I! Ito'irn
Msstrop Lot .14
' 148 4 TJ.rli'-p
12 ,11 ram Busies
jr 372 \ Wolfe, bsr, er
2«7 Wm. I'elersou
. H ■" ' L IS.*' ti I i
*244 Wr.i V L*-fhlin
7 I I. Htaoilifer
of !)'J John B>-hlon
3119 fohn Riley
2f>3 Mcf>a id
316 4 J I« Howe!l
349 M Wood
T M Whlttingfon
J F Ferrill
CI J fllsesrook
Wm. M> K uleheon
1 K-chberg' r
1877, nn roll |M78,
I? O borne
'I J Olasarork
. do. .
• do .
. dc .
, . llo . .
I.lot of I nrrudrrril Mnd«, for I NTH.
NAIIK OP OWNBB.
A lei I
Will inaku liberal ndvnncea of
Bagging and Tiee, and CASK, to
Babdsou.* Dreea Liueas at Taioo k j*®*t®tners, on application.
EnoABb's, very loe, 4w (ialveston, July lOlh) 1179 — Om,
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J 3 4 B F Austin
74 Micab Andrews
7C Joseph ddair
77 Amoe F /Inderson
HO Jamee Allen
f, Joseph Bsngs
(i Lemon Barker
7 Martha Barker
V Kliaha Barton
10 William Barton
K Hiram Bealea
I I Jatnra H Itostio
14 /fonjaain Bowles
1& lift John W. Uuutou
It) Kd Borleaon
18 Jonathan llurleeon
H'i Bernard Bymcr
K'l Alhiirl Black
84 H. S. Beoeley
Mft Joeeph ll'eck
(Mi Richard Bigger
88 Jesao Barker
90 James B lilalr ok
91 Drsz<d IF Boing
93 Aaron Bnrleeon
94 Oarrelt K Boon
112 Hiram f'rowu
97 Taylor Barnea
98 Nsncv lllskey
103 Nioholaa Boyce
HC, W B Btlllnge'ey
|fM Nicholas Boyno
III) D D Bsrnelt
119 KB Brsisliu
19 Isaee Ceeener
90 Thoe. Obrlatlau
il hsrsb Collie
i c. i. v s i ciininghsi
.l hn 8 Craft
Hi,rub C. Castlelyr.
Jas. B. Csssrdy
Oeo. W. Davis
A J Denson
Dsvnl II Dy r
N W Eastland
Thoe. M Foeler
John L Foatar
D C Floyd dee'd.
Thus. J. (isr.ley
A lot re er Oiaham
K W (iraasnieyar
1 Insr.l (rrltten
John J. (liuatcork
Danii I Orsy
\\ it Onodwiu
Jos. ph tisreood
'1 boa J. O OSS
Fro eh Harris
Feter C Uatrison
F f IUrroll
T1 os. Uofl
Int. Ml !i R
Iut A O K R
11 m M Jeukins
Wn, 1' Kerr
P-mon K-nl i/(U„
■ ... Knex
. rtf I K« ir
I«>ais 1, o.aa
J ir t. (i t.ei.U
A is J t. Lowell
Ar.ariali t Moore
Win M 1 .si>nIi 11ri
Jss S. M>" lg< tn> ry
lio-hsr 1 Mii's
Jss. J. Manor
It ib. Mr Nsit
Joiin ii Mo ney
Frsneia N «h
L o ia N irl ols
Iter j ()-Ih rne
Robi. Oae> s
I of .7
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IVm i I'('i.i.m ||
lt.et.-s l Price
l .-ni|. ey l'^e«
J«*e| h Ii gt rs
M I, .eseso
II I' Itedflel.l
Msiihls Wilbon 472
Oeo. If. I Valiant .12 0
J' mtn s Wright 100
Joaipti II ooil (Ml
Moaes Woolen 320
dames Walltcs 782
Richard Youag 041
Ofllcc kept open every Sntnrdny.
. . N. A. MOItltlS, Tn* f'ollr
Vhi • ' "' Depilly.
Wnslrop, Texas June 14tli, |h79w
Halnuel II. It ed 483
Jsrn>-« Rant Is8
Kl . . .belli It. id fltlft
I'. (' lb dor .'I2u
t has M .S'milh 1238
Hnssbeth H'srdilorit Ii7
J«m-a Mtan.lifer 1070
John i Jss ht< wsrt It'i7
"eo H Htovsll 321*7
Oeo, Hlilh.-rlaiul 1
lirnset i Nsrtouche lf^ 2
John I, Hmith 2"0
Zirll .kOt^^llBrl| (140
It.lth tfeKry 138
J J Hherman IflO
John How. il to
W < Still 320
M II .Vt.ort I(VI
Bel j 1 .il.ii*hill 1128
I'lio. Thompson III
llichnrd Teal 482
Itufua Taylor 141
ItrTant Toanacnd 162
I' A Tnnibeth lt<(;
llirsm Thompson .'I2U
Wm. Thompson I.".7
John Four 2l.*>2
John B Wallers 3'.I4
Murtiii Hells lti77
O \\ \\ I tleside 489
Josish 'Vilhsrger t^ 4
L-aii'ler WiumIs 422
Jas. Wist 4006
Jacob alters 1400
Nam Wolfeeberger 7*3
Feter FWsde I9t
H'sry L Wlllisms |428
.\f aril red B'ood 30
Aliaalom Wiliisms 23111
Freiinau Wtlkerson '.*03
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