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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 June 1849

3 3b Il'MMLM M-Uf From the Union. NIP AND TUG. "Ho lb. . spitteth in the air it fallelh betimes up on -.he p-ncr s nose." Oriental Proierb. Poor aui t Chanty: she died of aFrenehman. SahnagundL For 5C cral months past the two "wings of FGUSKMDOM have been .pui'iiig away at General Taylor the Clay party having seized tho head and front and the nonde- script n rtion tho antipodes of the gallant succc sor 'of Washington who like Ham- let's) nit ther has a penchant for green shoes nnd funeral baked meats. By thus J'ul- lin and liauling upon-the old gentleman. t!i; I .ve awakened him to the conscious- ness that he is somebody somewhere to do" somu'h nj; but who were and what be ap- resr to doubt most decidedly and we four " lie w:l remain thus clouded until the faithtul Achates who passed him off as an antt-slavc-rv man -n Connecticut and what was bet- ter made tho people on the 7th of Novem- ber behev e it returns to put him on the scent ng.-.ia and takes up the fallen stitches in the k...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 June 1849

S . - .'T-r-- j.-""- WJ'"''"'-"' '.r.'Jt.mxKrlwnArmlil9iSlral .Jma imm i.mwyj '.-- ' l - i -it u- - .!. ww llm Ji.-i.MtWRJ'l- J.TtUJE&TJi l-'13VJ"E.tJg' JlMff-'-vwy -.' ; . . M IHL-L3L-1! I I ry -ffy- HT1C1 -ir.V. . L1 Jl. . i 11. . ry - CHARLES DE MOfSE. L().C SUA EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. C L A II K S V I h L K R E D It I V E It C 0 U N T Y T E X A S S A T U It I) A V J U X E :5 0 1 S I 9 . VOL. 7. j"0. b'. 11.. Ol R 1IA.NM2R 1JRAVU TIII2 1Uli:iTZI-TIli: NT V.M).ittI) OP Till: FitKK. 5 - gJgtB-LJttJAWLM. - BLVJaH Ti e following: appears in he Boston Post. Tin: IWlXTEU-jl F vui.K. A painter growing vej smart While but a tyro in le- art. Gave -aotice wlnc-bras duly sent Throujjhoiit all Horn ofhisintc.it Mere common daubn;; to forego And " pami like Mrluul Angth'" Tlie artel's plan Tell meant no doubt. "Was something bird Jo tarn out. So poor in color aril design Ills pictures ll.oiali he thought them fine. Would hardly jr.ee a country Mgn : And all the pcopf- laughed outright '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 June 1849

ssansueus Texas and theiefoic the consent ol" lwJa given to the United States to adjust all ques- tion oi" bound.uv between her and oilier Governments would be peifectly nugatory. .itid ofns little force now as upon the otliur hypothesis that it had been exhausted by jfic ljte ticaty. Again: it may bo contended that as the United States had the authority by the an- nexation l evolutions to .nljttat all questions ol boundary between Mexico and Texas and .i- thc L'nit'ed States has by treaty vmli the tcriiloiy in dispute between Mexico and Tr.xas she now stands m cvciy n-pct t m the shoes of Mexico and can thoicliuc adj.ist the matter of bound.try between lnr'J and ' Texas. 2sTo rcasoningcould I c moi c 1 .' a 1 unfounded. In the adjustment by tin- lun- led States of the nic-lins of bouiid.uv be- tuctn Mexico and Texas it was the interest ' of the Tnited States (o .secure as timely as possible lor Texas and lot th.it tc.isou Tex- as consented she should have the adjustment. In that ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 June 1849

arfCf?"-. but their wiics thcnischcs ami their clnl- clten ate safe Ircm Micsc tcnible savages.--Tho nccoimls lliitt have reached us ol tlicir treatment of women and childicti art hcait-sickening- The Flag iidds: lJunian life lias boon saci ificed. I lie pro. cress or afiiiirs in ihis ".alley ami its pros- :iml ailvanceinci.i n;iu mtu ivwiu The paity of men which left this place in waxes Confidence in the capacity of our Govci n- -.- . .-.r .. xv' . tnvjl. . .Supomiifmhiu'e of Mr-. Weaihurrc.l and Mr. A. 51ill.u l.'fe Tills and Wi..rs lUKar.i of Wild "A(.miuii ?fi.U..tr.. ment to pi otcct its citizens H entirely lost. To establish bf on(i Civil fhV iii:t'irr. o' K- l:'"c- ":deii!s uishmc to enter u ill he r.-cir- l'lnnuv Hui.ts-. Cherry. wiimis.VI vum: J" . aiHlcannotbciestorcd until suflicient pio- .; n" f-J IN. lJ. I 3 ullorfne rr ten ni-mlhs as ni.iv he agreed tip-m ! r.il.ne-t.H-k. rrmiliige 'nminp-mi's Hje Water ' ' .omh:t. V b-icuu XjIwii. tec. on is made evident. us rlmin Dr ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 June 1849

ffrE 'I . I' I wc. I'rjii. the Union. STAND FROM UNUKU: To'nn. I Miicll a rat-' MontMir 1 rug. "Ifogar I smell something ton.. ( lien Jonon. . ..- bcr of pence-makers. Klcsscd are the peace- j liinkers always excepting our friend Trist j fen they shall be corufoi tell i ri. v... ;.! 1.illlirf.nrni- li!i .inlili'ii!v been struck aback by what it calls an unholy union between the democrats and ficc-snilcm j It was however a vorv pretty righteous and fc-anctiflcd union when Uio ccrcmonv was' lierfnrmed belwocn lhe whins n nil the free- I -KT - 1. I. I soucrs oi icw i orif. 'lis now our bull that has gored vournv .Mr. Intelligencer; and of course '"the case being altered it alters the case." The present state or whig moralitv is alarming Its caty wrtue its iimi.iblo weakness its lust for spoili iti downward nroclivit v ought ccrlainlv to nwa- ken the attention of .Massncluielts moralists to the subject; audit miv fail Iv constitute a theme for the morning e'xeicis'cs mall the true evang...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 July 1849

-5. k 3P J-4V3P. ?i K ESS: a S3 L. Ai &fi k At sJ s fe5fcWg-KVi!i3i9g 55''3ajEvaEtSaHKiBBa !SlEi3SKSiJL3G2S CHARLES DE MORSE. TiO.Vfi SIIAI.T Ol'lt IJ.VX.VKIl 11R.VVK THE I5RKt:ZK TIM: STANDARD OF TIIK FKKK. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. fi 111 ff gggaiagJi.iimiltea-'a feWBva.V5Sgv6--i c& VOL. E2S35SES . CLARKS VI LLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATU1UJAY JULY 7 18 19. 'l.i H!.. Ml. .!tll l- NO. 9. iiWfflnmnwiyiMj HJM.m.numv.iA'MU'AV..1 i-jr.-. :!.. jj... .: :tj VET OXCE ACAIX. E wherein such land shall lie. fur the use of sniil m'l.vti-atcs. and statesmen whether sclf-nresnrv.i-Sin addition to Texas nre antliniiril in 1.-i;ii tion patriotism anil philanthropy do not ile Yet once again ! How like a seraph tone low TIiv soft sweet voice thrills o'er the hcarHhords Anil full of melting music ! Like a lone Faint echo rouml me hovering to and fro It breathes a lute-like spell where'er 1 go. Soul of sweet sounds ! Thou hast become a rirt Of all my being making the rich (low Of song more g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 July 1849

Atihv-l)-:rfiH..'iiyj.-ijiajaiia sac .seeds of alienation and disgust among any of joy when i.UWWxm2ynmrit pifH I I I I n'TUfT V ' If W W II it I'PTntfritf Rtf'"'" wwwwnph I m iWM MM I'M J If iW lll'l The Gtorloum Fourth. H irin T.i. xv l-r...!........ 11.:. ...... i.i :. ...t ...n.l iioii..iii. w.Hrnilcrwn. . ... a. . ... .a.ii.i-...aia. ..iiii... ioiii i i .is 11.131.11 IJY. vwwmwi . i . i ... ' - " -i r . . . fi i . i .j: tllC VollintCPI'S left lllO COUnlrv; but j .. The Clorioui F.urlli. H l-foii. Jim. W. Hrn.Icrwn. a l- l n- rr 1 77 B . v ii n tui iiiL'iiiiiiiuiir Jiuiii iT.irv un n-i.ttoii nc n a.- i iis inr ftrntMnt y.i fiti. iff. f i onnoaidtt . ; -- - . . its members. No uch Government us thU.it was no greater than tli.it ot ourottu biaiei - ";- "-- r - - l!: . r()1(iuir frmn tlt. Ius;It Telegraph?..- r. . ' - ' """' -"" Pc. . ic '""";' " :'g'ess irem ttio was ever before erected. T'le pages ofhis- hot in relict nig them-elvcs of a 8CIWcoJ' " nnniicr-lh hstcning wjflll0 nll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 July 1849

mUlmiiM :ra w..iumj.t W!!MttlUlVXJWmWfPgiSrVTr3 !3B23asaSSS3SESfflBS3SSBaaaHEE2Ba3EBCSS3S:3E225E3a3!ZEE :5SE2EESSii: Marshall June 25th 1819. Editor of Xorthrm Stanford. Some lime since I sent ou word that I would address the people of Red Hirer at Clarksvillc. on the Uh of J idy i ct. On my arrival at this place' I find iliat circumstances over winch I have no con-j Irol will prevent me absolutely from doing so. ( This 1 very much regret as 1 fell a deep anxiety to. ircct ami commune with my iellovv -citizens oi me whole Kcd KiTer region Irom wbom l nae reced- ed so many evidences oi confidence and support and for winch I shall ever feel Irulv irrateful. Some ot ilipm have written thev have business lliey vvishinc to transact and desired lo see me on that account tlir li On that account as well as others 1 desired to sccfRtr Ccm Ffmit of llic U. S. Navy 1ms ac-. copied lite post declined by Com. Parker. of cunmnndcr of the Gcinian Navy. QLAKKSVILLE FEMALE INSTITUTE. Mrs. Todd retur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 July 1849

"rj.un"-r1:-" ' - - "- li-sSiRrjL :-.vs. v.L.u lgT'A.A.'yJ.-TCf. From lhc Union " COMPARISONS AUK ODOROUS." Mrs. Molaproji. Give the fluid a ch.-uice.Gcntlen.cii. rnJ.Mor.ir. " Has not your woiship a wart above ymir eye ? " " Yes marry have 1 ; what of that ! " -' Well thereby hangs a tale." Sltattpccrr. The ghost of Achilles in the shades below anxiously inquired respecting his son; and when answered that he excelled in glory stalked away rejoicing. If the shade ol the elder Washington should inquire of the spir- its that daily arrive at the lealin of discn- KPREAD ..-33 " in ll "t"' ''l0 ""dersigncd Druggists and Apoihcca-3 pries in the city nf Louisville Kv take pleasure ius- " SC?gstnliug that wo have lircn selling John Hull's Ex-t t nrlnr.-t. If the ilnvs nf Y.ishinnton am lo .. -- j - - - D - -- come again we wonder whether any more '.annual massages will ho sent to Congress :.: i... i.. i i.. ..r r :.i...a.. VVIllIU". UV I1IU Milling Ul .1 J ICa-lllUIll 3 SUC-lT .1 1 I . i: ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 July 1849

HERN STANDARD CHARLES DE MORSE. I.OXG SHALL OUR BAX.VER Blt.VVE THE BREEZE TIIE STAXDARli OF THE FUErii EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 7. fcLARKSVILLM It ED RIVER COUNTY I'EXAS SATURDAY JULY 1-1 18-iY NO. 10. ffl n T2 t i t ITI I LI m Iml 1 1 1 1 Ui 1 OBII IIIIMIIHnlBMIIIIMIHII IBM..! II LIVEJTIIEM DOW.VI Brother art thou poor and lowly Tbiling rolling day byday. Journeying painfully and slowlyj On thy dark and desert way ? Pause not though the proud ones frown ! Shrink not fear not live them down ! Though to Vice thou shalt not pander; Though to Virtue thou shalt kneel Yet thou shalt escape not Slander Jibe and lie thy soul must feel Jest of witling curse of clown; Heed not either live them down .' Hate may wield her scourges horrid Malice may thy woe deride ; Scorn with thorns may bind thy fcrehcad Envy's spear may pierce thy side ! Lo ! through Cross shall come the Crown ! Heed not focmen live them down ! From the A. O. Crescent. THE BLISSFUL DREAM. BV THEODORE A. G0CLD. Dearest ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 July 1849

.- 'rrrM'ZFXZ'Z32r-Ji3.i2V3tZS2ZZ ;. geiarCTg; From thc Galceslon A'lirs of the 7lh vll. SPEECHES OK THE CANDIDATES FOil CONGRESS. ence of Virginia the Carolina? Georgia Al- abama .Mississippi Ail;;insns ami Louisiana could be brought to boar. But between the rnntpiiilinir infliwiicos. be said wc must several boxes on hoard the shipping vessel mnikcd E and the clerk dclivcicd tho wrong boxes this was explained in a letter after- wards sent by the shipper which lettrr uas Dralli orJair.cn K. Poll:. j Mexico. The fact was. their . national con-. t'"5 department did do. But how many stopped be- Our paper was in mourning dress Iast( ccIt jlad (o bc ovrcre(1 iy an actunj tcsl of cause they had not that confidence' Hew many wcek.for the unexpected demise of one of the l.i : .. . i.r.. ..' stopped because thcy had taken the contracu for greatest statesmen lo whom the country lias ever given birth ono of the truly great whose reputation is the icsult of nets and could not have been anticipa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 July 1849

l- llUP. U iUMS intellect upon matters of abstruse character finance or statesmanship. We would not underrnfp him. hut no body that c ever saw.evcr supposed him to be a man of educa- ted mjnd or superior ability. Wilf the Banner comprehend wc like Gov. Wood wo believe him to be n man ofj correct intentions and plain sober judgment but wc do not bclice him equal to ihc emer- gency of the nc.xfiw o years and vc cannot conceive any claim he has upon another oc- cupancy of the Executive chair above One Hundred other men in the Stale. Though as an individual the editor of this paper will repeat now what he said during the previous election that he believes Geo. T. Wood to hae been the choice of all those then candi- dates for the office of Governor. INDIANS NEAR GOLIAD. We see by the Victoia Adocalo of the 8th inst that a few days picvious a maraud- ing party of between twenty and thiity In- dians visited the neighborhood of Goliad plundered a house and stole several horses. Air. Isaac W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 July 1849

TROM CALIFORNIA. We take the following from the Galveston News of the Kith: Pic. Mr. Jnmes Mnrlin formerly of St. Louis Mo. visited our sanctum yesterday inoruitig un his return from Cnliforr.in. Mr. Martin crime passenger on the steamer Yncht from Brazos Sniitiago nnd has favored us with borne ititcicstitig information in relation to the gold region. He left bun Francisco on the 221 of March on the steamer Cuhforni.i and arrived at Mazatlnn in fomtcen day.. Thdice Mr. Martin made the journey through Mexi- co to Roma on the Rio Grande in twcnly- fivo days on horseback. He travelled thrmi Durango Paris. Saltillo.and Montcrey.tncet- jng tilth no obstacle during the whole jour- ney Mr. Mnitinsays he met about five hun- dred Americans between Dm ango and Rnraa on then way to California. They all ap- peared well pleased with the route. Mr. Martin states that the expenses of the jour- ney from San Francisco to the Rio Grande including sixty -five dollars passage on the t-teanur to Mazatln...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 July 1849

ORTHERNSTAN I1 J-H-'J-UMIUJH J IJ .SflgBXTi '. CHARLES DE MORSE. LONG SHALL OCR BANNER. BRA VK THE BREEZI3 THE STANUARH OP THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 7. CLARK S VI LLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 21 18-10. .10. If. a Bv .From ie 7Vras Republican. THE SPEECHES OF SENATORS HOUSTON AND HUSK. Monday last was one of tjic most interes- ting and exciting days wc have ever witness- ed in 1 Iarrison count'. Senators 1 Iouston and Rusk and Representative Kaufman in accordance with their previous appointment were here having arrived the evening before. Wc were pleased at their healthful appear- ance. There was a large concourse of peo- ple assembled to sec and hear them and our streets presented an array of anxious faces such as we arc not accustomed to witness in our quiet town. The day was inau spicious. During the morning there were several show- ers. The speaking was delayed in conse- quence and it was not until the bells had rung for dinner that it was determined it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 July 1849

r i3CSlKS:!i5WTVil.K- dinl dollars as governor anil one thousand doliais as supeimteniient of Indian a Hairs 'i'lio chief justice am! associate justices shall i.uch ifcecivi. an annual salary of eighteen hundred dollars. The sccietary shall re- ceive an annual salary ol eighteen hundred dollars. The said saluiics shall hi: paid ipiaitcr-j'osrly at the treasury of the United Staies. The members of the legislative as- sembly shall be entitled to receive three dol- lars each per day duiing their attendance at the sessions theieof and three dollars each for every twenty miles travel in going to and returning from She said sessions estimated ticeording to the nearest usually travelled route. There shall he nppitipriated annual- ly the sum of one thousand dollars to be ex- pended by the governor to defray the contin- gent expenses of the Territory ; a::d there Miall also be appropiiated annually a sulli- cier.t sum to he expended by the secretary of the Ten itory and upon an estimate to b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 July 1849

aaaiMa.wit3ngegrsyg .';"-" ilh iifcjii..'j A BLOODY RENCONTRE. " Tlie Louisville papers state that a terrible rencontre took place last week at a public meeting in Madison county (Ivy.) between Cassius M. Clay and Mr. Josr.ni TiniNcn. Mr. Clay it is supposed may recover but " time weic no hopes of Mr. Turner. The Journal savs: "The affair is said to have occurred at a public meeting. Mr. Clay was making an emancipation speech and was called a liar by some one in the crowd. On coming down from the stand he demanded who had insult- ed him. Mr. Turner avowed the language and the bloody encounter ensued. We have heard that they snapped their pistols simulta- " ticously neither of which was discharged and that they then drew knives anil stiuck simultaneously Mr. Clay ripping open Mr. Turner's abdomen and Mr. -Tinner stabbing Mr. Clay in the breast. Mcnncu and Jr.Ai.ot.sv.. In Scott county in this State on the Kith ultimo Mis. Job a young woman killed a Mrs. Noithcin.a wid- ow. Jealousy w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 July 1849

Vllli!lKSZtt!lBlr!ZS3!rJ&aVlJX " '"' 77 'I'ui.' irnnJv! The Corpus Chrisli Star of the 19th ult: reports further Indian depredations ami mur- ders in that neighborhood. Col. Kinney and Capt. Srfttori with a small number of men went out in pursuit of lire enemy. They found the rancho del Alazan entirely deserted nod much of the stock cither killed vr ilitif nft I Trrr tliMt fntiml i (Iia lt'ir-t.. aral. one dead and thiee wmi...!..' ma. who :....! .... .i. .i .-.. ? i i. .1.. t...i:... t ni. ..... l-t 1111111111 lllll 1111 llll'lll 11111 111 VIIIII1 Illl' IIII1I.111A nau gone incir trai 1 However was piamiy marked by ;hc carcases of tho cattle they had slain and they followed it some twe.r - ly miles to the crowing ot .he C.rullo. X ear tins place they found a .Mexican severely wounded. I lis wounds w ere dres-cd as they could be and he was sent into town where he shortly after died. He had but recently ar- rived from Alatamoros. "Although the Indians from the appear- ance of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 July 1849

THE NORTHERN STANDARD CHARLES DE MORSE. I.OXG SIIAI.i OUR IMNXER BRAVE THE OREEZG-TliE STANDARD OP THE TREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. CLARKSVILLB RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 28 1349. VOL. 7. NO. 12. TIIESOUL.VS 1'ASSlXti. ' The Soul's Passing " is the title of a touching poem in a late Loudon Athenaeum. A husband is looking upon the scarce cold form of his dead wito : Take her faded faded hand in thind Hand that no more answcrclh kindly ; See the eyes were wont to shine Uttering love now staring blindly; Tender-hearted speech departed Speech that echoed so di. incly. ltuns no more the circling river "Warming brightening every pari There it slumbcrcth cold forever No more merry leap and start Xo mote flushing checks to blushing In the silent home the heart ! Hope not answer to your prating! Cold rcsponsclcss lies she there Death that ever will be slaying Something gentle something fair Came with numbers soft ns slumbers- She is with Him otherwhere. BY AUTHORITY. Acts; and I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 July 1849

in point of fact if tint blow had not been" htiuck. 1 he pi aviso MippoiJcil by iMr. Cal- houn ai.tn.illy abolished slavery where it e-' istcd bv law in all the jippir h.ilf of Louis iaiia ft om 3fi 3D to 11) and from the Mis- sissippi to the Rocky Mountains ocr a tcr- utory nearly a thousand miles squire near- ly a Million of square miles enough to m ike twenty bt.ites of G0.003 square- miles each more in fact than all California New Ieico and Oiegon put together. Over all this vast territory the proviso supported by CiIIioimi abolished slavery abolished it then existing by law and shut it up hom the slave em- ignition oi me cioutii. Ana vvuai uecomes of the dogma in his mouth and that of his -.-.I ." .1 .11. t followers so rccentlv invented J ol in power! in Congress to legislate upon the subject of slavery in tcrtilories? what becomes in their mouths of the new fangled point ol honor just felt for the first time in thirty a cars of insult to M.ivo States in their cxclu-ion irom s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 July 1849

.. i 0" 4 S v But in a triple race minor in fluences have much comparative t weight and then the late day at which Judge Mills started from homehas not given him near enough time to do himself justice. Con- sequently it is itie duty of his friends everywhere and more particularly in his own district to bestir them- selves. No eflbrt should be omitted to induce this district to present as nearly a unanimous vote in his bc- "cs half as can be. Let this.district do its whole duty and poll its strength lor it own prop- er candidate and his chances are better than any one else's. AVo are satisfied it will do that as a general" thingbut in two or three localities from trivial causes utterly unwor- thy to be considered there is not that ready testimonial in favor of Judge Mills which his own merits entitle him to and which the true interests of the people themselves demand. Once again then we con- jure our friends in these localities to lay aside little personal irritations and prejudices ...

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