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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 4 June 1853

■W?:. > >• •KITH * D ABST—Proprietors. ■ *' ' "" 'n 1 ' .-""sirf " Or*M TO AIX TXHTUU—C0tflR0LUU> > VOLUME 1. 0 GONZALES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, THE GONZALES INQUIRER U PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY >T SMITH 9c DARST, At |3 00 per Annum, payable in Advance. V > — TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. One square, (ten . ^es or less) first insertion. .$1 00 For each subsequent insertion 50 A liberal deduction will be made from the above rates, to those wf - advertise by the year. All political adiases will be charged as regular advertisement- _ AdxertisM! -noMnarfced with tjhe number of insertions will be published till iorbid and charged accordingly. All letters of a business character mu t be poM pdid, to Insure attention. , Every communication for publication must be accompanied by the writer's proper name. ' Ko communication or advertisement of an abu- •Ive character will be published oh an y term . For announcing candidates' names for any office Ten Dollar . Father Land and Mother Tongue...

Publication Title: Gonzales Inquirer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 4 June 1853

-MfMftSÜC >£p¿cma ~&reik &• CoMlnntintyl#•— 'kcific brings in- trr¿ tí desperate M*t a' d OtreM-' «i'itpWUcd with Wí'fi s,,, ' ií i''liucvy cnnnonad- I.',' Je Lower Danube, paying. Tbeie is *' * potol- ■ i -/•Khttao has assumed '¿■¡Mí KtK1.. t¡ have b#bí; defeated of. 800 lives. The ut- pruvoi! among their be Greeks frbmConstan- ÍObut, thtye of the Somen ri: llow«lio remain. Jgíe hbd arrived at Copenha- ;p?.uíbiati jjrizis and a number ^England Amu' tamed a procla- f -.iR daj^ol general humili*- 5f prayer that the arms,-of ,y}<|.^ra^ may. bvJ>h;*W,¿i> ÍfeálS¡®/cPort<?d offOd,- ~ """ wore to tho 1st ístoruj. at Bfew York DEAStERS ASD L0S8 OF UFE, T) yiiic r^ok '\T7. n late from Bosta Pe, m The New York Herald, of the 28th uJt, hich lias a long notice of tho storm which place in tho neighborhood of that city on ti« previous day. We copy tke following from it: Another drcadfbl storm, freighted with dis- aster, passed over bur city yesterday afternoon. Within the ...

Publication Title: Gonzales Inquirer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 4 June 1853

JÉ mj .¡r € i O i 5 flfe Sai*1 & $ Lines to Miss M. A. 0. OF <jonzai.es. The folds of life, around my heart, In sweet array do fell, And doth to it a sense Impart Which nature's joys to call The bliss, the sweetest touch of all, 'Tislove. There ¡8 a throb of quits- pulsation, Which beats against the breait, And yields delight with strange seiisu'ion, To make the mortal blesa'd And cause the heart to sigh with eager test, 'Tis love. In life, there is a light which burns, With friendship's brightest flame, And which the heart in truth discerns— Esteem to be its name— And knows but one of higher flame, 'Tis love. LAMDA. Gonzales, June 1, 1653. From the New Orleans Dolta. IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO. REVOLUTION IN VERA CRUZ. The Government has ordered that the bodies of the chiefs, officers and soldiers, of the ad- vancing army, or National Guard, who had fallón under the tire of the enemy, from 1846 to 1848, be disinterred and deposited in monu- ment worthy of their courajro. The mort...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 4 June 1853

mm i M * iwafrimw. t ;«fiw AGRICULTURAL. PR( THE GON INQUIRER. llif stale Horticulture of tie South. The term horticulture, which is usually only applied to gardening with ur, iijcujih the cul- soidlha us, bl< * and flower , it is that th« ¿L«£b agriculture of the Chinese lorticulture; so skilled are they in the management of seeds and plants; and in the saving and production of manures; that the whole face of their vast empire looks one blooming fruitful garden. We hardly wonder that those Pagan* should worship the sun, when they look no farther than hia rays, to trace all the fruitiblness and beauty of this world we live in. But what shall we say of > whose Master taught them to ) Lttly ofrlHs Valley," and drew such a comparison between it and man, as pales all human grandeur before its beauteous petals, t who affect to look with contempt upon the time has-arrlved in the town , surrounded us it is by the wealthy Belief >nau«i,*u farmers iri*wuiKa!BS county, for the estabU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 11 June 1853

'. #" Sá?, ■, • á|Wj ' ' "i:- ciiioer da Ooth in uni- nhould be sung- ng farther than illowiug simple V ■ ence Vane My Ufo s bright drfeám and early !* Hath como again; I renew in my fond vision My. heart's (fear pain— My hopes and thy derision, Florence Vane f The ruin old and hoary, The rain old came with gloom—the month -the of ti MPS w ** =¿§= "ofljn to ath paat® :—co! ALES, TEXAS; SATURDAY, JUNE llr« bH. I'lf" " ' ;''■* w.;f - m r: - ■••• 'jai«s . 1 . • .h-v: HÜ. uid iNuid struck upon the divide men froto monsters. sound Btrüek upon Cromwell's ?ht the place whence it nroi Emilia and hev %th er. A strange] sscd over the face of the stem judge ' ^tilines followed. .well broke the silence; Hcgla notes that had been handed,! apparently to himself: ant—Milan—ruir an wars were owing to Clement's Cliarles's knavery England to reclaim an old in- At tho beginning of that Eg "the itwrchatuíl and his daughter had been sorrowful captives of a prison ; at it* close, they tfSéro.the trvatmr-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 11 June 1853

if T & ■«,* \ 1 j> .-.■ "''J, M> .r -1 ',.5, " -/ NTEOLLKD UY NON It." June 11,1S53. • *f •;•••"< • / Copt. 0. K t the Wqh- ' We are authorized to announce LÉWia aa a candidate for Con pew for tern Congressional Dintriet, at tSe ensuing AuguBl «lection. FOR GOVERNOR. £3?" Wo are authorized to announce Col. J. W. DANCY, of Fayette County, a a candidate for Governor, at the next August election. We are authorized to announce Hon. E. M. of Brazoria, m a candidate for Covernor, at election. SENATOR. uthorized to annonnce W. 11ESS lidate to MprcHent this Scna- f the conn ties of Gonzales, laya and Comal, at the Au unce STEPHEN present tho conn- ,ture, at tho enau- SflfexcglBu as a can csin the August election. n-sfe (' ' We arc authorized to a* ieTfl lanni 3KS aa the DemocrafteTimdidáte to represent Gonzales county in tho next Legislature, at tne ensu- ing August election. W v Wanted. A good steady Printer con obtain a perma- nent situation in this Office, by immediate ap- p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 18 June 1853

a '. <* ■ i &**,' "vi-.;/-' -i . Sp iíSSl its. If , I i* ir rr i# i í®p' : «aiwi- ,«#1411 y <- SMITH ft DAR ST-.. .Proprietors. VOLUME 1. " 0l"EN TO ALL PARTIES—CONTROLLED BV SONE." GONZALES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1853. if M& < wá THJ>'GONZALES INQUIRER is ri'ullsiieo every saturday by fcMITH & DARST, At 43 00 j r Annum, payable in Advance. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. One square, (tin linos or, law) first insertion.. #1 00 For each sul>8^i(i|ent insertion .50. A liberal deduction will be made from the above' frates, to those who advertise by the year. All political addresses, will be charged as regular advertisements. Advertisements not marked with the number of Insertions will be published till forbid and charged accordingly. ¿VII letters of a business character must be post paid, to insure attention. Every communication for publication must be accompanied by the writer's proper name. No communication or advertisement of an abu- sive character will bo publ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 18 June 1853

■:■& • • -^Wfc ■i ■ •# 55 ti&Sm I-. " :;^i, i-ixK. ■a ;' ;?-W •■ :• ■ -;;;4 .•<! ■• •• vtf: It {to O** J ' Bení?3t*#Ffft ■: it* ¿JIC «OH$alr Kwqttfrtr. ■i! i j* ' rtnrv.cn by moke * OP TO ALL PARTI Editor. TEXASt Saturday, Jane IS, 1S53. FOR CONGRESS. {3f" We are authorized to announce M¡\¡. WM. R. SCURRY a a candidate for Coogrew, for the Weatern Congressional District, at the ensuing Au- gust election* , fáf" We are authorized to announce Capt 0. K. LEWIS aa a candidate for Congreea for the Wes- tern Congressional District, at t! election. August POR GOVERNOR. • We are authorized to announce Col. J. W. DANG?, of Fayette County, as a candidate for Governor, at the next August election. (¡gr* We are authorized to announce Hon. E. M. PEASE, of Brazoria, as a candidate for CoTcrnor, at the August election. FOR SENATOR. We are authorized to announce W. HESS , Esq., as a candidate to represent this Sena- ' .rict, composed of the counties of Gonzales, pe, Caldwell, Hsya and Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 18 June 1853

[For (be Inquirer. Gonzales, Texas. BY A. T. In sylvan shades and woody bowers, How sweet to spend the passing hours; Where every leaf, and bod, and bloom, With verdant hue, and sweet perfume, Inspire the heart with tranquil peace, And bid the storms of passion cease; Where every thing is clothed in green— Only the hand of God is seen I No gilded dome, nor spacious hall, Nor stately tower, nor granite wall, Nor sculptured rock, nor palace fair, Can with the forest trees compare. The prairies wild, the lofty hills, The gushing streams, the gentle rills, The tender grass, the grazing herds, The flowing plants, tlio singing birds, The flowery fields, the gentle breeze, That softly murmur through the trees— Enchain tlio mind, the heart control, And. bind the passions of the soul. Amid such scencs tlio village stands, With noble hearts and busy hands— Yieing with each in the cause of truth, To educate the generous youth— To train tho mind, instruct the heart— To act in life a noble part....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 18 June 1853

*B. r. FLY. Mi a. -r. Parker * Fly, Attorney <fe Counsellors at Law, G ONZAiLES—T&XAS. e4, 1858-1y ALBERT N. IIILLI, ATTORNEY AT LAW, GONZALES, TEXAS. MlUb ATTXND PROMPTLY TO Bl'SINMS CONFUI TO HIS OAR*. I. A. VASCHAL ... T. II. STRIBtlNO. Paschal A Strlbllng, Attorneys & Counsellors at Law, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. WILL practice in the Oowto at Austin, and in the uprorao District Courts of the and 4th Districts; also, in the Courts c Do Wit aod Goliad of tho 10th District. special attention to all Láml business W0JI. 2d and 4th Distriete; also, in the Courts of Cotízales, ' H pay entrusted to june4 WiU Dr. John Logue. Office South of Hunt & Ponton's Storey W here he can at' all timet be found when not Pro- festionally engaged. Gonzales, June -4,185&-ly Peunel ác Lovett, ,# SEALERS IN Grooeries and Provisions. On the Corner North of B. B. Pectf Store. WE do not boast of extensive heavy Stocks, or extreme Low Prices, but say call and see. Gonzales, June 4, 18#3-l.y,' , ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 2 July 1853

4íj M i-i •u. ühlihhi •l /,'y, . 'V |f y<'"'i' M aAta ¿mfc mt¿! <«w fófii 1 Kh ls.'jB.;,. ikiíO 1 SMITH & DAEST- • • Proprietors. volume 1. ■ V'. «flfc-. -«J VJW'rfifcTHr . íflWÍ i,W asá ^mMt' '')'•'-iBJ i'jf w 'Ji'tiWii S^iiojr •' '•' ll ^ ' rw; 5{'t; .11 (,«• ?,. iitd w {'í j jfí'j 10 íj|k*8 (si ííuÍÜ ^7/ ii-J w^trnr rfí J<fc;imid but] | .nof*t lfifTV* • > > ü'iTw r>\>¡:'.> r, , >tí i] ' ' vri'U.V'•.«¡1,., iii,!j .-i. •.,, . ,¡ m ¡;.^.-.-.i 1 1 faívr 'li'lll! i ir4rfí ,t. yr - U 5 "OPEN fó AI.T.' PA11TTKB—t'^NTROn.Én #Í" *&£' ' ■ . '" "" '""'"< 'ai .* ;«« i-Jr, ■ . c) Itiií(iww •' !« ;• 5tnlrfifi< .fit** (>k)- Iw* it <t« ví:., n nijw ,' «b ukfo-w^u' ■ -t" HSBf'-.""'' : -vi- \,) A -Kíh.vi'i í.';->'Ht;!*«wl a ¿fjkto «tthúi! m'u „ gonzales, texas, saturday, july 2,1853. : ,ü I -i Utoh *ll& !<• ' vdí. ÍKttíwr ^HfWinuViS ,1lT¡ : t. !>'««< a ) •JJllíVW i-íáÜB; lo J-JlJllJI íiaóiuu! é# « .■ ".'iwvt. í • ; i.;t)ydn lim. wilct ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 2 July 1853

* Jr f tent fiwxiHi «nnufrer. 1 \ " OPKN TO All PARTIKH—COXTKOI.i.KO BY NONE." XwTsMITH; EbttOU. Katiirday,... July 9, 1853. ft. FOR COXtittESS. wr Wc arc authorized to announce Vqj. WM, HOURRY a a candidate for Congrena, for the eatern Congregational DUtrict, at the ensuing Au- gust election. rgr Wo are authorized to announce Capt. G. K. I.EWI8 as a candidate for Congress for the Wes- tern Congressional District, at tito ensuing August election. POR GOVERNOR. We are authorised to announce Col. J. W. DANCY, of Fayette County, as a candidate tor Governor, at the new August election. We are authorized to announco Hon. E. M. ¿ASE, of Brazoria, as a candidate ibr Coventor,, at the August election. FOR SENATOR. MT We' are authorized to announce W. HE9S JONES, Esq., as a candidate' to represent this Sena- torial bisti'lct, composed of the counties of Gonzales, Guadaloupo, Caldwell, Uays ané Cornal, at the Au- gust election. Ffflft REPRESENTATIVE. Wo are authorized to announce T. M. SEN' _...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 2 July 1853

•i "'-V'. ri. i i' ■ m-li: #"1 # • t I* ; !'* e TELEGEAPHIO HEWS. HIGHLY IMPORTANT, IP TRUE—MEX- ICAN, BRITISH, AND SPANISH PLOT. New York, June 15.—The New York Jour- nal of Commerce publishes an important ru- mor that information has been forwarded to our Government, supported by plausible evi- idence for its truth, to the following effects Santa Anna, backed by Spain, has adopted a daring policy toward the United States. His army is being rapidly filled by Spanish offi- cers. Spain is, in her protectorate character to- ward Mexico, preparing a heavy blow against this country. In this course she is to bo sup- ported by Great Britain, returning tho pro- tection of that power by adopting in Cuba the policy so long urged on her by tho Eng- lish Cabinet—to introduce the negrtf appren- tice system in that island for an almost unlim- ited period, to be followed by tho freo impor- tation of negroes from Afiica without moles- tation by Great Britain. SANTA ANNA AND SPAIN. Advices received...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 2 July 1853

, /V t AGRICULTURAL. COMMERCIAL. NEW ORLEANS, JUNK 17, 1858. :01 TON.—Our market wore a quiet appearance jugliout must of tills week, the Pueitic'd ad- . j . , ít I vices, which were published in the eaily part of vontains a very Interesting letter dated f^ow ¡t being lefw favorable than was expected by gome •Jevae.v, in regard to the practical working or J)ul.tica w]10 had predicted an udvanee. Under factories in the South. Tho writer speaks of tilcs0 cireun From the Washington Cotton Plant. Can thb South Manufacture T The San Antonio Ledger of the 24th April, lÉÉfil ' m ÑV m two in Arkansas—one at Fayetteville and one Van Burcu. (.There i« also one at Cane Hill worked by M. Bean.) Speaking of the Van fcuren factory, the writer says: " In regard to the advantages of a Southern factory over a Northern one, I would here re- mark that tho Van Buren company purchase their cotton from f to 1 cent below New Or- leans prices, because it would cost that amount to place it in that market. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 9 July 1853

. ... .... , • " m i I m a >íí) . ^ >.i .aucí'ül SMITH * DAR6T .. Proprietor . VOLUME" 1. «*KT. Eia «VsT e vm V f v ti lijí l . " OPEN TO AU, FARTIK9—-COSTaOIAED BY SOKE." GONZALES, TEXAS, •2' f. r, JULY 9; 1853. THE GONZALES INQUIRER is rubmshbd f.vkuy saturday BY v SMITH A DAK8T, At $3 00 per Annum, payable in Advance. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. One square. ( -cn lines or less) first insertion. .$1 00 tor each subsequent insertion..' 80 A.libernl deduction will be made from the above rates, to those who advertise by the year. All political addresses will irá charged as regular advertisements.* Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions will be published till forbid and charged Accordingly. All letters of a business character must be pott paid, to insure attention. Every communication for publication must be accompanied by the writer's proper name. No communication or advertisement of an abu- sive character will be published on any term*. For announcing candidates' n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 9 July 1853

-<0> i0*r> . i , a* j.t, ■s MP I:-" ''11 i ü lÍ*- Eh Clie «Sonoro *itQuim\ — " opkn to all pabt1es—comtrollito by nome." "sTw?Tmin'lTedTtqrT ' AÍLE , "TEX A§7 -*O-~ Saturday, July 9, 1853. FOR GONGRE88. tSf"Wo are authorized to announce Col. THOM- AS W. BLAKE, of Leon County, a* a candidate fop Congress, to represent the Western Congression- al District, at the ensuing August election. _£3r We arc authorized to announce Miy. WM. R. SCURRY as a candidate for Congress, for the Western Congressional District, at the ensuing Au- gust election. |3f" We are authorized to announce Capt. 6. K. LEWIS as a candidate for Congress for the Wes- tern Congressional District, at the ensuing August election. FOR GOVERNOR. MP Wc are authorized to announce Col. J. W. DANC'Y, of Fayette County, as a candidttf for Governor, at the next August election. Mf We are authorized to announce Hon. E. M. PEASE, of Brazoria, as a candidate for Covernor, at the August election. FOR SENATOR. We are authori...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 9 July 1853

Hi ii m • « ^TJ ■ it • • ! '[Fórthé ÓohíaliBS láquirer. Our Effie's Grave. ' In a lone retired Bpot, where the cypress grows, And the willow weeps, and the brooklet flows, Where the firewonn glows and the night bird sings, And the dew-drop's tears to the wild flower clings, We buried ottr dnrling, with saddening heart, And felt that the dearest on earth must part. She is gone I yets gone I that prattling child, In the iponient of det>*h she looked up and smiled rfiv , And "kissme mother" was the last she said, " And bury me down in the cypress shade, In that pretty place, I shall not be afraid, Where father and mother have kept me and played. <« And, mother, come often when your Effio is there, And be not too sad, though you do shed a tear; ni be happy, for the Savior hbs called me home; 1 And Willie's there waiting and wants me to come." Thus died our dear fondling, whilst in our em- brace— ■ Death's pallor enshrouded her angel-like fece. And we deeply mourn for the rose-bud ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 9 July 1853

r. •• 1 ' -' O jl 1 , Jl j,, : 'jfitj j#wSrtl:XtV¿0 ■PIS I 51 {/ •/ I ¡I COMMERCIAL. HEW ORLEANS, Jew 24, 1863. COTTON.—Our market wore a quiet appearand throughout mottt of tfitx week, the Pacific's ad' which were published in the early part of it, being Jew favorable than was expected by some parties who had predicted an advance. Under these circunwtiyiccs, the kl.es, up to Thursday inoruing,. did not exceed 6,4t 0 bales, wortly in small lots, and at "unchanged though somewhat ir- regular prices. Yesterday, we bad the pleasure of laying before our readers the Asia's advices, re- porting a Ann market at "Liverpool, with sales for the week ending on the 4th Inst, of 80,000 bales. This intelligence produced Uttle or no effect with its, and only BOO bales changed hands, at. previ- ous rates. To-day, tho Canada's and Washington's letters are at hand, but seem to have brought no or- ders, judging by the limited demand, which has re- sulted in sale* of barely 1,300 bales—milking a to- ta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 16 July 1853

\• rW Iff'* ySW§ ■ • _ I al jPfi.lt"! fe'gfl «M ft SMITH ft DAB.ST... -Proprietors. ''open to ail pabtie —COKTKOIXED BT STOKE. VOLUME 1. GONZALES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 16^1853. ♦ • ■* THE GONZALES INQUIRER is fubmshkd eveby saturday by SMITH & DARST, At (8 00 per Annum, payable in Advance. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. One square, (ten linea or less) first insertion. .$1 00 For each subsequent insertion fit) A liberal deduction will be inade from the atfovo rati?a, to tbose who advertise by the yoar. All political addresses will be charged as. regular advertisements. Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions Avilt be published till forbid and charged accordingly. All letters of a business character must be post paid, to insure attention. Every communication for publication must be accompanied by the writer's proper name. No communication or advertisement of an abu- sive character will be published on any term*. For announcing candidates' names for any office Ten Dollars....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 16 July 1853

-•«í m ©tic (Gcmalrt XiiQttírer. "on* to all parti ics—conthoi.lcd by nonk." lirE^TitnT ^h^ZAÍ2E8TTE3CíÍBT Saturday, July 16,1853. FOR CONGRESS. nrwo nro authorized to announce Col. THOM- AS W. ULAKV,, of Leon County, on a candidate for Congress, to represent the Western Congression- al District, at die onsuing August election. pgr Wo are authorized to announce Maj. WM. It. 88ÜRRY as a candidate for Congress, for the Western Congressional District, al the ensuing Au- gust election. J3S" We aro authorized to announce Capt. G. K. LEWIS as a candidate for Congress for the Wes- tern Congressional District, at the ensuing August election. FOR GOVERNOR. „ MT We are authorized to announce Col. J. W. DANCY, of Fayette County, as a candidate for Governor, at the nest August election. tST We are authorized to announce Hon. E. M. PEASE, of Brazoria, as a candidate for Coxprnor, at the August election. FOR SENATOR. pT We ore authorized to announco Col. AN* DREW NEILBf of Seguin as a candidate t...

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