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music by bands, ringing or tolling of bells, public or private demonstrations, of any organized associations in the procession should the body be conveyed to the church in this city, and thence to the point of its departure. All persons appearing in the procession shall be invited and appear as members of the deceased's family or friends. Respectfully, etc., (Signed) Charles H. Leonard, Mayor. General Griffin, commanding District of Texas, Galveston, Texas. Mayor's Office, Galveston, January 25, 1867. The citizens of Galveston are hereby respectfully requested to implicitly conform to the terms of the above request. Charles H. Leonard, Mayor. Subsequent to the above, a meeting was called at the office of Mr. James Sorley, Mayor Leonard in the chair, when Colonel Smith moved as follows: Out of deference to the wishes of his old personal friends, the remains of General Albert Sidney Johnston will lie in state on the Central Wharf, where they may be visited. They will be