J. R. Carter
|Dallas Herald Article January 19, 1890|
|The colored citizens of Marion county met to elect delegates to attend the national convention of the bureau of relief to be held in Washington this month. J.F.Dawkins, J.R. Carter, H.W. Walker and W.T. Worsham were elect delegates.|
|Dallas Herald Article February 28, 1892|
|The Marion county Republican convention held a
mass meeting to elected delegates to the state and national
W. E. Singleton, Robert ?Rimons, Zeik? Henry, J. M. North, H.W. Walker, W.T.
Worsham, M. K.Crawford, J. R. Carter, Robert Carthain, C. W. Ray,
J. F. Dawkins, R .E. Cole G. W. Drake? and Matt Perdue were elected delegates
W.T. Worsham was unanimously chosen for delegate to the national convention from the fourth congressional district.
|Proceedings of the eighth Republican National Convention held at Chicago|
" Your committee report that they annex hereto a printed rule of membership prepared for the National Committee, with the changes therein made by 3'our committee. As to the several contested cases your committee report upon each as they have considered them, as follows:
"Third. In the case of the Fourth District ot Texas, the committee find the sitting members, A. G. Malloy and J. R. Carter, and their alternates, entitled to their seats.