NEW BOOK FOR AGENTS.
We want Agents everywhere for a new book, and beautifully illustrated work, the author's own adventures, entitled "Wild life in the far West," Comprising incidents of nearly thirty years of hunting and trapping, captivity among the Comanches, in the Indian wars, _ _ _ with Apaches, Grizzly Bears, etc. _ _ _ _ interesting. Send for Illustrated Circular and the most liberal terms, or if in haste to begin work, send $1.00 for complete outfit to F. A. HUTCHINSON & CO, New Orleans, La.
I found a reprint of this book, Wild life in the far west: personal adventures of a border mountain man on Amazon.com. written by Capt. James Hobbs.
James Hobbs is buried in the Dayton National Cemetery, Montgomery Co., Ohio. His memorial on Findagrave.com states he was the great-grandson of Chief Tecumseh.
24 January 1874
I was not able to locate any further information on Joshua I. Johnson who passed away in Waco on 22 Jan 1874 as stated in this brief news report:
It seems the McClellan House was busy as they had some distinguished guest
Judge Powhatan Lockett of Ala.was a CSA veteran, having served as the Military Store Keeper. I found 19 pages of military records for him on Fold3 under the Alabama Confederate Civil War records section. Here is his signature from a letter written in 1863:
He is buried in the Oakwood Cemetery, Montgomery, Montgomery Co. Ala.