Abercrombie, Colonel -- -- -- : and Walker County incident, 82
Abilene, Kansas: cattle drives to, 136- 137, 138, 139, 140; description of, 233
Adams, David: death of, 195
Adams, G. H.: and Minute Men, 199
Adams, John Quincy II: 112
Adams, Scott J.: death of, 59-62
Add-Ran College: founding of, 244; and Texas Christian University, 244
adjutant general: salary of, 30 n ; James Davidson as, 44; Frank L. Britton as, 68
ad valorem tax: SEE tax, ad valorem
agricultural and mechanical college: attempts to found, 171-172
Agricultural, Mechanical and Blood Stock Association of Texas: 237
agriculture: decline in, 135-137; during Davis administration, 135-147
Alabama: cotton production in, 145; immigration from, 255
Alexander, Jno.: and Minute Men, 199
Alexander, William: and E. J. Davis, 102-105; indictment of, 102; and George Honey and J. H. Burns, 106 -107; on International Railroad bonds, 117
Alford, Senator E. I..: expulsion of, from Senate, 29-30; arrest of, 29 n
Alford, H. E.: as commissioner of Indian affairs, 187
allegiance, oath of: 3
Allen, Richard: in Legislature, 23 n
Amole, Mexico: border thieves at, 222 amusements on the frontier: 234
Anahuac, Texas: packeries at, 144
Anderson County: mineral deposits in, 149 n , 150
Angelina River: transportation on, 158- 159 antimony: deposits of, 147, 150
Apaches: and stagecoach routes, 157; national policy toward, 177; depredations by, 178, 207, 210, 218; treaties with, 179 n ; and Jacksboro trouble, 183; peace talks with, 187; at council meeting, 188; kidnapping of Smith boys by, 215
-- -- -- , Mescalero: SEE Mescalero Apaches
Applewhite, D. C.: murder of, 87
appointive powers of governor: 30-31
apprenticeship law: provisions of, 8
Aransas Bay: rendering plants on, 144
Arapahoes: thefts by, 182; peace talks with, 187
Archer County: mineral deposits in, 148, 149 n , 150
Arizona: railroads through, 161, 162
Arkansas: election fraud in, 104; movement of Negroes from, 135; attacks on cattle drives in, 156; immigration from, 256, 257
Armour and Company: sale of cattle to, 139
Army, Mexican: and Indians, 221
-- -- -- , United States: A. J. Hamilton in, 3; General Griffin in, 9; and Indians, 177, 177-178, 180, 181; and ranging companies, 197-198
arsenal, state: in Coke-Davis Imbroglio, 128-129; 129
asphaltum: deposits of, 147, 150
asylum lands: restrictions on sale of, 169
asylums: costs of, 166
Atascosa County: lignite deposits in, 148
Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad: and cattle drives, 139, 140-141
Atkins, Joseph: at Democratic meeting, 70
Atkinson, H. M.: and removal of Kicka poos, 208
Atkinson, N: and Minute Men, 199
attorney general: salary of, 30 n
attorneys, district: salaries of, 30 n
attorneys, prosecuting: fees paid to, 166
Augur, General C. C.: and Coke-Davis Imbroglio, 126; in command of frontier defense, 183; and removal of Kickapoos, 208
Austin, Texas: 34, 63, 67; conventions in, 6, 93, 98, 118, 168; railroad to, 34, 160, 161, 163, 235, 240; Greeley meeting in, 68-69; as state capital, 113, 240; Fourteenth Legislature in, 122; inauguration of Richard Coke and R. B. Hubbard in, 126; stagecoach to, 156, 157; railroad excursion to, 235- 236; appearance of, 240; population of, 240; schools in, 240; Colonel De Gress as mayor of, 242; immigration through, 256

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