Supplement to The "Texas Almanac"-- Extra. (Austin, Tex.), Monday, February 23, 1863 Page: 1 of 1
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Mr. Ford Chairman of Select Ooiri-
mittoo made tliq following report :
The Snecial Committee to whom was
referred joint resolutions o'xpresslvo' "of
the -enso ol the Lojjisi attire in relation
to the ultimate redemption of the Con-feili-rato
notes together with the amend
ments proposed have had the same under
consideration and I am uirecteq oy a
majority of the committee to report that
the measure proposed in cue resolutions
is one likoly to pirovo of vital importance.
in the future administration ot the gov-
ernment and to. whjcii the State should
not hastity or Indiscreetly bci committed
but which should lie done if at1 all only
fifter mature deliberation and1 investiga
tion which for want of tiitie and facilities
cannot at this time bo had. It is not
conceived that there is any pressing ne-
cessitv for-immediate action upon the
proposition contained in the resolutions'
and Wituout expressing any opuuuu upuu
its merits it is 'recotutjic.n'do'd that the
Senate tako no action upon the resolu-
tions ai this time. "
Mr. Hoard introduced a joint rcsolu-
tion in regard to trade road 1st and 2d
time and referred to Committee on Stato
Mr. Hoard also introduced a bill to
punish certain persons for unlawful seiz-
ures of wagons teams &c. read 1st and
2d time and referred to .Judiciary Com-
mittee. A message was received from the House
informing the Senate that the House had
passed tlio Senate's joitit resolution re-
turning 'thanks" to our. p'fficjJrs 'and sol-
diers in the army of the 0. S. also that
that body had concurred. in the actipn of
the Senato on the resolution ;relative to.
the investigatipn'-of the Penitentiary by
the joint committee appointed for that'
purpG33 j that Messrs. PotterCbarlton
Tvr.Ji." 'rM.Ao nTA Mnvshn.ll Imd been an-
nninted acotnmiteee on p-U't of the H?uso
to inaiiiro into the expediency of estab-
lishing in connection with the Peniten-
tiary machinery for the purpose Of ma-
king spinning factories; and that Messrs.
FtcwcllynjtFoote and Cone were appoin-
ted a pom'mittoe on the flags of the 4th
and 5th Texas &c.j &c; that the Homo
had also passed the following bills : Bill
to attach Jiendall county to the 4th Ju-
dicial District; and providing for the time
of holding the courts in said district
and a bill to regulate the sale of beef
cattle and to 'require butchers to keep
and roturn lists of the cattle slaughtered
by themand'tb prevent' the sale of calves'
for slaughter without' branding. Joint
resolution tendering thanks to Con. Mar
grudor officers nnd men.
Mr. G-uinn offered' the following reso-
lution: t -
Besolvep That .the; Treasurer bo. re-'
quired to furnish tuoSenatewith!astato-
ment of "tho funds in the Treasury and
what kind of funds what amount there
of is subjpct to: .appropriation' and that
tho Comptroller furnisluan ostiraa'tq df.
tho amount hkely "to' accrue drom an.
sources;. for 'tihe.pifbsohp year 18G3 adpp-ted.-
;-" 't " "' -.-' -!
Mr. J?pjd' offered thq following resolu-
tion: .- - i ' -
11KS0I.VJKD That 'tho. Committee on
Military AiFaira "be irisjtruc'tqd to lipgurrp
into tho expediency- of establishing n
Stato Arnipry1 for ' the. manufaqtpryv of
small arm? .and- report. by bill or o'ther-
alliicted to the State approved Jan. li
18(12 r.ead.2-1 tim' .
Mr. Ua 'court" moved' to amen;! by
striking out all after tho words' "service
of this State" and insert. "or shall by.
Miv lVtce; presented' a'.bill:for 'the -re-l pod was ordered to be engrossed --read
net ol uano-iM. tonnes reaa lii'st tunc .rl ttmo and parsed.
and r.cfnsed. under tjio iw.
Request' fdli exempting: parties to work in
rtueir qpttori and woo.l card factoryre-
rvMT'.h vnp.nivpfl. '.... . .
od -to 'strike out"2'nti . ilr; 'dd presented a.bill .in reiatip
?' . -."JT"1'" ; 'V " ' top' fidvoHii'ng bX -public sales roa-
Jomt resolution approving t.lVe1Pri?si
dent's' pfuclauiatioirofiDoo 23d 1802-
. i v'-i !:'.. !i
reuu u iiuiu.. ; .j
Mr. Ouavlo: hiovod
Mr. Ford-moved to strike ou.t the pre
amble carried. ''';'
Mr. llartlev moved "to ameivl ofi fol-
lows "2d That the ' Oovornpr' "bo ro-
quested tp forward a'eopy q(' tliis.reriold-
tion tp tho" Proiidoht of the Obufod'era'e
Stated' Wqd. "
Mr. Sljopav4 inqyoil to insert the'wbv'tl'
adopted Tho- bjU vas..t;hcn read 'ahef
passed. .; ; tm- .i r ' '.'!..
A bill to amend uu Apt. tov .define -ind
punish seditionuwd 'tosm'ovont.tho dan
gers which ''may arise from rp3rsonsdis-i
words or actions v up a spiutpf
content and insubpi;dination among tho
popple or attempt to impede the action
ofthe Military authorities." - -
Mr. Hartley moved to' refer tho "bill
and amendment to Judiciary Committee-
Mr. AVeatherford nioved to reconsider
carried. The qhestiph was't'hori put
on .fr. Hartley s.nipticin to refer and car-
Mr. HarcOnrt by leave 'offered the
following resolution : ' '
llsoi.;bb That the Secr6t-ry 6f " the
Senato is instructed to subscribe for one
.huudvpd copies of the. Texas Almanac
Extra during tho.session of the Legisla-
ture for tho use of the Senate provided
a. synopsis of all the proceedings of this
Legislature' bo published therein- ladop-tcd.-'V
A bill .appropriating 200000 for the
relief ot "our-stck and Avounucu soldiers
in t'hd.'Q'Sl'.'ArtViy on report of Ooinmii-
toe on-State Affairs reporting substitute
therefor iread 2d tinle substitute adop-
ted and bill ordered to bo engrossed.
.Mty Shepard moved to suspend the
rule .-carried'. Bill. road 3d tihie and
passed. - ' ' (
On. motion the .Spcretary was instruc-
ted to' irequfsfc of the .ilous.o tliat the)'-
transmit to tho" Senate the ilocunients
accompanying the Governor's message.
On inoiion the Senate adjourned 'Un-
til 9' o'clock a. in. to-morrow.
Fun. 18 th 1-8G3.
HOUSE. The Committee on Finance
reported' a. bill r.ofOrred tp them entitled
"an act' acthoriziHg county courts to fix
tlio pfjiqpofcpmmo.dities'.'" The cpmmit-
tee. aside from a general opposition to
the mum features of the bill which they
eritertajn regard the whole plaii propos-
ed as impracticable. That some restraint
upon the monopolists Speculators' and
extortioners might be of benefit the
committee are not prepared to deny; but
tauy are prepared to assert tuatvii tue
course indicated in the bill shoula be
pursued it would bs productive of har.m
rather than good. The commi tte are at
a' U)ss to know hpw it is-tp be ascertaiu7
cd when a citizen has a surplus of the
commodities mentioned and who shall
bo constituted ! the Judges of how inucu
of any article a family will consume and
when it shall be deemed.au offense to re-
fuse to sell upon the demand of another.
If- under the provisions Pf the bill the
county court is to be considered the in-
quisition' and its 'decrees are to bo law
tho committee would most respectfully
suggest that to pass tte bill would be
duug6rbu's.)cgislatron. That the inten
tion oft the bill is -a good one no member
of tie'cpmmittee lias doub.tj but T ani
instructed .o say by thq committeo. that
in their opinion wo had better bear the
JUs wphavp tliap fly to others we know
notiofi Tiiey therefore return the bill
to the House 'and alc that it" may i)ot'
pas3.-7-rcpprt. receivjedi . .
.! Tho Committeo on Agricultural Affairs
reported.a su.r)jitue for thjj bill Vp res-
trict in 'part the raising of;cxtton.
'' The Cirirai.tteoJon Fina'nce' jrocompp'!1-
ed. that rplusf bp. not' .granted to JChosi.
Ballinger1 Assessor and Collector' pf Husk
.county- fpr"c9lJeptiigCp'n'fe4prate money'
instead ot specie. .-
T'hO Oommi Stele on State Affairs i.-e-commondjthb
adoption of the joint resolu-
tion uin vofereri'cp to1 trade 6 the Rip
.Grandbj 4h'cl xtienUhg.' its. .Upueiiita tip
tho ptoplU' of the whole State.'''
The .Tpjnt popimjjttojfe of' 'both JTXPuge.
ronotfied favo'ra'bly on Messrs. .Eubank's
iur. .uuau-ouuruu liiu uiiuvu;g lusuui-
fcioi to-witr '
Itiapvjan That .the. .thanks and grati-
tude of thin House be tendered to: Col.
L'iiil Cramps andhh nt'cii foi' capturing
and -hanging- tho traitor and. scoundrel
Martin D Hart and his followers adop-
tei1' .' '. r. -J'
Mr. Junker offered the joint resolu-
tion tendering thanks to Maj. rtttkii1s
and oflioors and men iii:der him read
first 'lttne conStitutionil rule' suspen
tied read thi'rfl time and passed.
Mr. Goodrich- pr.oon:ud a bill to
further dpfine the olibnseof exciljngin-
suiretttion or insubordination in slaves
read first time and referral to Committee
xIr Cpst!ey(pi'.e;oni;od a bill for the
relief of J. Ih Barry's co'npaiiy called out
for the defence of the frontier read fin-t
time and referred" lb th Committee on
A llesolhtion was ildipted that the
Printing Committee be instructed to
subscribe for five ' copies of the Texas
-Almahac Extra for each member during
the present session provided it contains
the proceedings of -both houses.
.Mr. Fopte presented a bill to he 'enfi-
tled an act to authorize tie directors of
State Penitentiary toTillovtho financial
agent ol the same to purchase auditionuu
machinery and to emplo outsido labor
for thP same read first time' and refer-
red toscommittce on Pententiary.
Mr. Thurmond ollbreda joint resolu-
tion asking the Governoi'to disband all.
Aiilitary organizations known as Coast
Guard read lirst time vnd .referred to
Committee on Military xffairs.
Air. Reed (of Victorii) presented a
bill to be entitled an act to compensate
the Judge and clerks of dection held in
this Stat;e'---read first time and j'efe'ijrOd
'tp committee on State ATairs.
Lit tiinpand referred to . Cpinmitffip pn
t AJJrFlint' ofibvcd;tridfpllbii;ips;rpliv
UOH Wiuuu was 'uuop.cou- tO-WIt
U'ESoufEU Tjiaf thb Cpmmittfio Oil
'Fuiipce oxaiujue int;o tho .oxpe'dienoy of
'inakitig 'al 1 taxes1 on specie on hand- pay-
tib'le in' BpOcic .'""'.' '.'. '-1".' .''..- .
' J Alit. AlcCoy . offered a Resolution toi tho
efitict'thafi coni'mi (te' bb''.'ap.Pidiciitqd tp.
;o lonquiro intp" pie' cfinditinr pf'1' Hthoi
Plipil';.D'fiaf 'aH'A' P uinljand1Luna!tic (Asyr
Air; BrOaddus presented a bill to re-
gulate the distributing of cloth manufac
tured at tho State iPeiutuntiary among
the families of soldifers rend first time
and referred to Committee .on Peniten-
tiary. . .
Air. McCoy presented a bill to' be. . en-
titled an act to subject to forfeiture all
articles offered for sale whenhc person
offering the same makes a difference in
price between Confederate money and
goldj and -.silver and to punish persons
making 'Such distinctions thereby depre-
ciating Confederate money read first
time and rcierroa to uommitteo on
Air. Ewing. presented.! bill tp be en-
titled an act making nppvopreati on to.
defray the contingent expense of tho
extra session of the ; linth. Legislature
read first. time. -':.
. jMr.pAlford (qf Trhi'ty) presented a
bill to.' be entitled an ad; i6 divide each
of the counties irt the State into ro'ur
.Oqihihi'ssipnors. THstriqts read first time
and rafcrrcd to Oommtteo on. Ooanty
and 'County Bpundariej; '
Mr. Bush presented a bill to Tie enti
tled an abt tti punish persons obtaining;
good's under- false pretences read first
timp- and' t referred 1o Committee pn
Judiciary!! ' . '.:- '. ..;..
.A me'ssacra -from tbd Senate-was ''ro-
ceived1. ilifbrinin'f. the'' Ilb'titse ' th'afe t'h'O''
Senate had passed: ihe" following bills
'orginatjh therein vif' a' billto b'e en-
tiled an. act to amend an act entitled an
act to 'puUisl) speculators in certain casbs.'
An.abijjJto be.en'titled aii a'cti-tp amend
the lOGOth article of tho-Godeof Criminal
Procedure; VV: -... - i..
Also a-joint resolutiqn appprovmg tile.
Presidents Pro'clapiatioii " 61" December
23d"180.3 find' that the donate hayo ad
ddpted' tho' resolution of ' the JfTouso on
thesub'icct.xJfWiisinj'.a joint Committee
to prepare. -an addresai to f our soldiers in
tlitf'fidld.r.;' l ;dl .r" '' ' "v ' ' u'
. A"'!b:ilf '((?r thb enof.ot.'pai'tle's' hpldipg
land .undbu Daniel Alonroe wasi'takoh up
r.ejtd f&cond time .nnd Of'dpred to be
engro3sed ; cbnstitutie.nali;ule suspended
read third tinie aiid passed.
iVjomc i;esqu(iuii;i.uiruuui our ovnr
A"bill to be enlitileiran'acl' to author
ize the establishment ol lurries at tho
crossing of tho Waco and 'Air-tin road
on tho Lampases and Leon rivers. in the
county of liell without obtaining license
was taken up read 2d time.
Air. Potter moved to amend by strike
ing Out tho rcpi-uling clause adopted-
bill was then ordered to be engrossed
and cr.n'thution.d rule wa! suspended
read 31 time and passed. -
A bill to h. entitled an act declaring
vnd any sales made by the pubjic ene-
my who may occupy any portion of the
territory of the Stato of Texas.
A joint resolution to disband the State
troops was taken up read 2d time wilh
report of committee report adopted.
The memorial of T. C. Frost and re-
port of committee thereon was takon up
A resolution' in' relation to the issue
and circulation of individual change notes
as money an I the report of'-tho commit
tee of State Allan's thereon was taken
up report -read and adopted.
A bill concerning officers was taken
up report 'of committed road and adopt-
A bill toestiblish an armory within
the walla of the Penitentiary- was taken
up and adopteu.
Air. Holland (pf Grimes) l)y leaves
offered the following resolution ro-wit:
"VViiRiiEASj his' excellency Governor
Lubbock has called us here for special
purposes to legislate only upon mattjr
qf special importance and such only a1--pertaih's
to ("he public good and where-
as we haVe already gone into much gen-
eral "unimportant and unnecessary legis-
lation and' as yet accomplished but lit-
tle; and whereas the planting as well
as the public interest demand that wo
should 'bi'ihg our labors to a close there-
fore f6r the purpose of hastening and ac-
comphshing'thOsd ends; ' '
Be it RMofotil'byvt1teiHfr&ehf Rcprcsentr
a(iv6s That' acommitte of - be at
once appointed to select ironv the busi-
ness now before us such measures as are
necessary to' promote the public good
and report a li.-t of them to the ILmse
at an early day; anii that all such busi-
ness so 'reported by 'said committte be
considered privilege questions and a'ced
upon accordingly; and tliat no other bus-
iness shall be entertained until after
their disposal unless bjr a vbte of ' of
the House read and ordered to lay qypr
'ohe diiy.' ' - '
On tnotipn House adjourned to 3 p. m.
The House vcnt into a conmuttee ol
the 'whole Mr. Shelt'oh in the .Chair.
After some" tiuvQ spent thcrfein the
committee i-'ose. The Speaker resumed
the Chair and the'- committeo through
their Chairman reported progress; and
askedleave to set again at 3 j. m. to-
morrow report received. ... (
On iivitipn Hous'O a'djjourned to 9i a.
in' tlio slightest tiegreo iini)iii c " tlfo orcdit
of the State ; and to repeal the law re-'"
quirjng Ihe" pay men t offoiif Co ills "Oh" tlio
hundred dol!firof the taxes' in specic:(b
meet tip intcrOSt on the
Under tho provisions of the Loan' Bill.
would not only hh'p'dr but almost1 dos-
troy that credit. Tho commit tee' have :
therefore unanimously agreed upo'i tho
)rovi;-iions of the accompanying bill re-
port received. '
Tlio Cbminittec on Aiilitary Affairs
reported favorably on a joint resolution'1
request jh'g the Governor to disband tho
Coast Guiirds. ' J
Air. Alford" of Trinity bill to inflict
punishment ih tho State Penitentiary
on all commissioned officers of the United
States captured oil the soil of' Texas re-'-"
ferrdd to 'Committee on Military Aflairs; '
ORpERS OF THE DAY. ' "" .:
Bill to incorporate the Jackson AImui-
facturing Company was taken up and
passed. . . '
' Bill to authorize the county Court of
Bastrop county to regulate iLe pay of u
of Sheriff in certain pases amended by '
adding the following counties: Hunt"
Tarrant Collin Grayson Do Witt Dvn-'
ton Wilson ITayette Lavaca Davis .
Bowie Yan Zandt Kaufl'mau Henderson
Gonzales Ellis Anderson Rusk Panola
Falls .Freestqno'Woqd Lamar Cameron
Hidalgo Guadalupe Hill Alarion Up- j
shur. and Trinity. passed.
Joint Resolution mcreaajug pajr ol
Soldiers in Confederate army was taken
up and passed with an amendment
"provided it can be done consistently'
vith the welfare of the Government and'. -
of the soldi- r." . - 4 .t : kjIk -
Resolutions of thanks to Maj. Watkins
officers and men under him; also jqih .
resolution requesting the Governor 1o
grant exemptions o persons to work in
Alcssi'S. Eubank's & Cos. cotton and card
Factory reported correctly engros-cd. .
Committee. on Military Aflairs rc-ppr-
ted on the. petitions of mombeiv of.Capt.
llabb's company; also petition of persons
under the command of Lieut. J. B Barry
adversely House then adjourned.
Pkb. 19 10 A. M.
r J ('-
utoi'ts and Ropresentativori in Congress to
'al;ijit6cQpsl.uPi'Al!i0n. the. propriety of
repeaU'ng'tho'exOmptions undor thet0on
gc'ipt Act; was taken' upf 'ad 2d tiitie'
and.'after.iv moioi'i tq.Jiiy the res.pl'uti.Qn;
and report Pn the-cablo 'which was'losti
lljo'V1oJutionwit;h J trlxf. atpfildinqnj; of.
inserting. the. wbrd'modify msteaduo'f re-.
wrviK vtjJ ) iniifl i.i.-. ' !..!.. 'tin '. : i . i
":.. u.." '(j mx.-'fi -i -i ' .. ;!'' . 0' .( ' itJi
Mr. rJqw.nes!Pctitiqn oft-pitizetfa of
Gravis county roferr.ed to Opunnittee
on Stock. aucLStocki Raising. .
;. Jpipt'-Rqsoiutipn in; referencci to jthft
card . factory qf ;JIossf j;s ivqba .ik?. jwas
taken up; Tiiq pospition provides that
the' Governor defail.and exempt .pertain
.persons; to work in1 said faotqry passed.
Ml'tvMpnp a.uiu tq pjiocuiv spccitrtio
enable .the people to.pay. the specie tax
-iread fii'jtl tipie.; k '
. -Mr. Oonej-nChaii'i-nan of Cpinmi.ttp.p.on
.Ehmncp made tho follovvingi; report to-
wifc: .. '
' iMiySvkakkus: Tho PinancevCommit-
teo to whom have; been . referred sundry
bills resolutions and pdti'tions relative.
to. the specie tax and the; repeaUn the
Jaw relative. thorutpj havct(iKter mature
deliberation instructed motorepoit tue
following bill! and. ask that it may pans.;
Tliu. .committee believe that the plan
proposed is the befit . and most jbasiblo
oqe that has been- suggested by whiqh
.tho difficulties .codiplained of mny he
mptj and dbviat'od. The' inconvcmcnce.
to which the citizens have been subject-
ed to meet 'the reouisitionsi of' the law
have been very great and the committee
Relieve that under pres'enciroujnfltances.
'it is impossible ifdntho. great! majurity iof
tho peonlo. to nrocUre'speei'oJlureafter..tQ
payjtho fouii poniccntiroquired uud.ei' the
.e-Siatin'g' law. i JSfonpropositiPn conltl bel
iorva.mo.nunt'entGrtaincui wuicu .wuum
' ' ! lit''- a i'iH-1'i
i . ....--
Offioe O. B. Nithi: & Mining Buuuau
Stui Aiitonio Toxns lfob. 3 1&03.
IIE utidorHigiied will piy 50o (lif;y contfi) vov
-1- puuncl for crudo iineronmiiiiuK.; iNurc uonv-oi-cd
at fc-tin Antonio or nii- Depot upon tho 1'ex-i
us K ail Himds oonimuiiloaqng with Ilouptoii. 1'ro-
posuifl' for contracts :m' Invitod wlifch must bo
rtddfoPHcU to lhlu Vaoo. Tho ulUjntion if parties
wiHhjut? to oii!.'ii!;o in tho lnsinufaoturo of tliie nr-
ticlo is 'called to tho lumoxcd order of the ilnjor
Goner.il coinmandih the Jicnnrtment.
1. H'. T1SM 1'IiM
Ua.pt. O. S. K & M. Service.
IId'qs Dist. of Texas New Mexico fc Aiujiona
Galveston Jan. 13 lStio. .
Qknerai. Okduus ISo 4J.
IJnrolliriCf or lteerulting OUIootb in lho dinehttrgo
of tiioir-utloa uudor tho Conscript or other acts
itt.ro enjoliied not to remove or inlorferewith work-
men orom'ployoort at Uio"KUro L'entl or Copper
Worlca. or MineB worked by tin Government Ofll-
I'ccrH or by.Cpt)ttactprfi for lho Ordnaiicu .Depart-
IJICJi VViilUill UlCb 1 J.U irtlll IWIll ULIII.IillllJ. I1IU
consent of tlio Superintendent or officers In chnrgo
who -wiiibojield strictly responsibilo for.any abuBOj
or ovaid;. or tlio' law. ' ..-
TiIb Order also applies to employees of contract
orft with the.Nltfp nnd Mining UuroauKngaged
hnulin OoUoifio sudOrdnuncu tttorea from 1 10
Kio Grande and Gtiff'porfH. "! '"' '- '
liy.cominund of 'Maj Gen. tL U.'.MionnDitn'
ft b7 3n K. T. TuitNKn Ca'it. & A. A. Qon.
Two Huo Jacks for Sale.
TNQUftli of PalmK 15r.ii. & Oo. .Austin; pr to
-- Anilraw fnltn.- two
nnd a V'alf miles '.bolow
t lel)14-4t ' ' ' s '
Oil Tallo.w.1iuiilCark JkVaukd. j..- u
SEATED Proposals will bb robulvcct iif" lnj-'offlco
until tho'lirst clay" or-: February 'next' 'fiir-'tlio ' l
.delivery- in .this city or its '.vicinity of i2&0bat-rela.of :
Cottoji-sp.edor other hojrio-nmdu Oil tho delivery
tdbe at the i-.t'e of 25"barrels per month commencing
on thol'stdnyof April 18C3. .' -''! ' '
. Alwi '180.UUO pounfla ppi; monthi of Tallow; tho
delivery to boat tho sjuuif timo and placc:and at tho
iiito of lO.OOO'potintis per month.
Also; UOOO cords ol iUlack-Jnclc Bark; linm and
place of diillvorv as above and at the rate of 500 cords
ppci month.' ."""-.
x roi'osaiH may uu mnuuiiunu coninicis let ior uiu
supplying' i)l tht'so arti9les. Bunarately or ;for tho
'whole; nnd should a satisfactory bid bo made at niiy'
timo pr'ovlims'to tlio 1st of "Fobuury a" contract' may
bo completed at once. . . '..'.
T. A. WASHINGTON
1 Major 'nnd Qutijter-Mnster C. S. A.
! San Antonio TfxilB.UCc2ia862. doo3n-tf .
lianiiuueis nrinieci : euuiuy wairuniH on uniuc
mite paper; 11ii k -books ituule to .order; Quater-
masler's and 0ommissttry's Ulauka jiccoVd-inB to.
tlie FoVins' prescribed in Hie Arlily 'IlcgUluUdiiB fur
niahcilUH the Jiortcat'nqtlce;.t ' .-
llavint' fair- sujiply-of papijr pp hand consi(l-
erliigtlKJ great Ecurcitr Of Thnt article nt'tiusume
and hnvlntfnlBO jlist. received u large addition to
nurlliceintbQ!Bhiu)o of iiinteriul inks &c we are
"prepared to furpish every description of printing in
plain nnd'frih'cy dolora) atblicli prices 'aB will enable
us to UYo.umiuK ineseiioiu
THF TEXAS ALMANAC
-TOT.'i'UISTING.'l'n all US branches
.. ' jlaniilblets printed; county warn
' Our job otlico being under the chnrge of Capt. J
MH Conrad' rorinerly'ofi ani vestamrtnd Houston we
have no hesitation In sayjiig that we can do.woik
equal to any in tlio jiouth. and wo will ihaWlt our
study to ylve Butlsfactldivto'jallirtvliir'tmiy favor us
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