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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 11 February 1854

w -*s¡ i ift mBSTtWmr, • - m *- and Retail Dealer in i DYE-STU. CMHAtJCA " |LL of which I* cheaper for cash. The following are some of his leading article*: Allspice, Alluui, Arsenic, Acetate of Lead, Anthmm^crudo, Muriatic, Nitric, Sulphuric, Tartaric, Oxalic, Benzoic, Bulsam Fir Balsam Tolu Balsam Copavia Blue Vitrol Boras Buteman's Drops Blue Mass Bottles, quart, pint & i pt. Ergot Alcohol, Aloes, soctorine Aiitiiuouv, tart. Ammouia, carb. Acetic, ether Carp, of Iron Cubebs Creosote Corks, demijohn " quart " pint " vi^l " homeopathic Corrosive sublimate Cloves Cream of Tartar Chloroform Dovcrs Powders Ktlicr Sulphuric % 1 Cnstilo Soap Calamus Root Cantharides Carb. Potassa Collodion Chamomile Flowers Calomoi —GUM— Arabic Assafrotida Camphor Catechu Gamboge Guaiao Kino Myrrh Opium Shellac Tragacanth ;áá Ipecac pulv. '|8j® Iodine Iodide of Potty&itym/ Indigo . w Oil of Anise •' Black " C'iimunwM " Cloves " Croton " Linseed " Lemon' Krgotine Extract Colocynth Extract Liquori...

Publication Title: Gonzales Inquirer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 11 February 1854

T —r -f«WP« fx p lie |)1 Cfi«. Religious Appoir. J. II. ¡stiiblirL', of the Bi menta, •••si dfS'.nnn . tiiis r' ' Olí t)(l ■abUiil S. HYMANS, ir A TO 11M 1K Eli HUNT & PONTON, A /«. il'V third Sabbath of over/ month. Hcv. John McCrao, of the Old School Presbyte- rians, on the fourth Sabbath of every month. Rev. Dr. ronton, Caiupbtlllte, ou every fifth Bab- hath. Gonzales Division, No. 2^- Sons of Temperance. MeeU every Tuesday evening in the Division room in the upper story of the Court House. Officer ft* the (,U irter bnjinainy Jan. 8d, 1854. (\ C. DeWitt... .W. P. .Jumes Collier... ,\V. A. II. F. Fly K. S. Jos. Nations.. .A. It. B. A. Jouiv F. S. John McCrae... James Ramsey T. John Carter C. Tfios. F. Ramsey. ,A. C. Thomas Shepherd. .1. S. Win. Robinson.. .0. ... .Chaplain. jtL cu to execute long experience in the ten months in this placo antee that all work enf satisfactorily. Watches and Jewelry repaired, Gonzales, Juno 11, 1(jC8- y Wa of-work in ins niiu. ni ess and a resid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 18 February 1854

GONZ 1 gív ■ It>í-U *-%>•>'J - '%ifó * if#* •&« iiwpwSÉB ■ ,,*** ;¡8'-, SMITH & DAR8T-.. Proprietors. VOLUME 1. *• "oten to all part1ks—coktrolied bt home." i 'r'(& '' fes^fo¿. ■j •-•*, GONZÁEES, TKXA8, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18,1854. l"'': ^*'''"vi'": "!T^rr J. * i.-. . iká!'. .,, .i )-J . ••.Mfc.'i.',. ■ A •• ■ • . i • " .U ... ' •• . íf .*• . . S„ I Hfc * THE GONZALES INQUIRER the wolf—thoy sprung upon the necks of the foe, and bore thejn down by. one. desperate charge. : k ; is published every saturday by SMITH & DARST, At $8 00 per Annum, payable in Advance. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. One square, (ten lines or less)' first insertion. .$1 For each subsequent insertion A liberal deduction will be' made from the abo rates, to those who advertise by the year. All political addresses will be charged as rcj advertisements. , Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions will be published till forbid and charged accordingly. All letters of a business charact...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 18 February 1854

S33E¡ r- L>i II lií 1 . a VI • íi k í f >?fi mm ii • #ÍU' fcUQIItrft. " Oi'HX TO all ka ht1ks—controlled bt n0*f." . •v-.WvW.^NVWNN'v' ✓W 8. W. SMITH, Editor^ ÜO^ZALIMT tejía " Hnlwrday,..;.. rcbrnary 18, 1854. tar In consequence of one of our hands be- ing "down with the measles," we have been necessarily compelled to postpone the execu- tion of several jobo until next week, at which Educational Convention. Wo have received the circular of the Cen- tral Educational Committee, appointed at a public meeting held in the city of Austin on the evening of the 28d January, for the pur- pose of calling a State Educational Conven- time we sweep." shall endeavor to make clean tion, to be held at Hi of June next. Ti vention is U whole State" their necessities in cíouh and deliberan either raised tions, or advancc lGth day let of this con* jie population of the rough consideration óf 1 respect, Tue Gplf Rail-hoad.—The San Antonio ! Western Texan thinks that if there is any faith to be pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 18 February 1854

\ T. & Walker, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in DRUGS, MEDICINES, ME¡ ALL of which be' cheaper fon The following i* Allspice, Allum, Arsenic, Acetato of Lead, Antimony, crude, —A CÍDS— Muriatic, Nitric, Sulphuric, Tartaric, Oxalic, Benzoic, Balsam Fir Nullum Tolu Balsam Copavia lllue Vitrol Born* Batcman's Drops Blue Muss Bottles, quart, pint A i pt.Ergot I lnutiln Q/kart OILS, DYE-STUFFS, PAINTS, <tc., ■ cheap Aloes, soctorlne Antimony, tart- Ammonia, carb. Acetic, ether % Carp, of Iron Cubobs Creosote Corks, dom(john " quart " pint " villi . " homeopathic Corrosivo sublimate Cloves Cream of Tartar Chloroform Dovers Powders Ether Sulphuric Notice. THE late firm of Matthews A Willis having been dissolved by the withdrawal of Wm. A. Mat- thews, to take effect January 1st, 1864, notice is wreby given to all persons indebted to us, by note °* account, to eome forward immediately and" settle the same with I). Willis. . (Signed! WM. A. MATTHEWS. (Signed) D. WILLIS. Gonzales, Decembe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 18 February 1854

MIL., n íi i i y i; t! W¡u> i Religious Appointments. Rev. J. II. Stribling, of the Baptist denomination, preaches in this place on the first Subbatli of every month. liov. A. II. Walker, of the Cumberland Prcsbytc- rianf), on the second Sabbath of every month. Rev. A. Davidsou, of the M. E. Church, on tho third Sultbath of every month. Rev. John McCrac, of the Old School Presbyte- rians, on the fourth Sabbath of every month. Rev. Dr. i'outoii, Ciun|tbellUc, on every fifth Sub- bath. ^ - CiouzalM Divinioii, i*«. as, >• Sens of Temperance. Meets every Tuesday evening in the Division room in the tipper story of the Court House. Officers fir tlii" Quarter beginning Jan. Hd, 1864. (!. C. DeWitt... ,\V. P. Jame Ilainsey T. James Collier... ,W. A. John Carter C. II. F. Hv It. a Tho*. P. R*msey.. A. C. Jos. Nations.. .A. It. S. Thomas Shepherd.. I. 8. A. Junes F. 8. Win. Robinson.. .0. 8. John Met'rae Chaplain. iiiiiHíiCi *• °* °* F* Gonzales Lodge, No. 38, '•vMvi- jjgyj;, on Mondavi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 25 February 1854

t> # # r I# # Ml SMITH & SARST....Proprietor!, ««open to all war ■ "v,^. MmPHH - T3? 1 ■ ■ ■ ■ -*- y ..••■*<1 *#S V '..' -' £W||$|AM ollbd by none/ VOLUME 1. THE GONZALES INQUIRER is published eveky saturday by SMITH óc DAItST, At $8 00 per Annum, payable in Advattce. ' TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. One square, (ten lines or less) first insertion. .$1 00 For each subsequent insertion .50 A liberal deduction will bo mode from the above rates, to those who advertise by the year. All political addresses will be cliargcd as regular advertisements. Advertisements not marked with tho number of insertions will be published till forbid and charged accordingly. All letters of a business character mutt he pout paid, to insure attention. Every communication for publication must be accompanied by the writer's proper name. _ No communication or advertisement of an abu- sivo character will be published on any terms. For announcing candidates' iiames'for any office Ten Dollar . MS TERMS. . .$S ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 25 February 1854

«*■ íTSgtC i ■r í 8; fóff fe" . " Wl|IJtll Ctie <2Xoh?aU3 Snnuirer. " <iri;s TO ALL PARTIES—OONTItOI.I.K!) BY hONK." 8. W. SMITH; Editor. ' «ONZALES, TEXAS Hatqrdayiu February 88, 1854. TÜGUST ELECTION. FOR SHERIFF. Wfl ar« authorized to announce A. 11. Griswold "8 n candidato Cor SHERIFF of Gon- zales Count/, at the ensuing August election. jgj*" Wc aro authori/.od to announco W. L. Barrow •* a candidate for re-election to tho of- fice of SHERIFF of Gonzales County, at the en- suing August election.- The 22nd of February. On Wdnesday evening last the Gonzales Dl- visiori of the Sons of Temperance turned out in gallant style to celebrate tho anniversary of thu immortal Washington, and considering the very short time they an exceedingly brillianijpisnlav. The Division in the evening, in grand torch light pn square, thence to 1 brilliantly lighted with the beauty county of (Jon Important Proclamation. The subjoined important proclamation, issued by the President of the United St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 25 February 1854

> Ltoud For tale. THE subscriber offers for «ale the following tracts of laud. 119 acres near the town of Gonzales, it being a part of the Sarah Sely league, and adyoiuin; farm of W. A. Mathews j also 820 acres of Oak, contiguous for a supply of timber. 600 acres in Caldwell couuty, part of Saals'ieugue above the mouth of Plum creek, fronting on the San Marcos, well timbered, watered, atad soil un- surpassed. 860 acres 8 miles of Gonzales, near Balridges'. 1151 acrcs in Lavaca county, on Rocky creek, part of Jas. T. Wood's headright. 600 acres in Lavaca county, on Mustang creok, it being a part of Mathew Caldwell's headright 400 acres in Colorado county, part of Fuller's league on the Navidad. 640 acres in Gonzales couuty, the headright of Pratt on the Sondies. Apply to T. M. Ilarwood and A. J. McKean, who are fully authorized to make sales of the abovo lauds or any tract of the same. JOHN C. McKEAN. Gonzales, Feb. 25, 1854-30-5t Beef! Beef!! Beef!!! THOSE indebted to tiie unders...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 25 February 1854

•i \ i l! í-.-Wfl .,., ,.mmm <ífM' Religious Appointment!. Rev. J. H. Striblhig, of the Baptist denomination, preaches in this place on t!ic first Subbatlt of every month. * Rev. A. II. Walker, of the Cumberland Prcsbyte- i nuts, on tlie second Sabbath of every month. Kev. Daniel Carl, of the M. E. Church, on tho third Sabbath of every month. Kev. John McCrae, of the Old School Presbyte- rians, on the fourth Sabbath of every month. Kev. Dr. l'onton, Campbelllte, on every fifth Sab* liatli. OoilXItll't I>ÍVÍNÍOU, ' No. as, Sons of Temperance. Meet every Tuesday evening in the Division room in the upper story of tiie Court House. Officers for the Quarter begin aing Jan. ild, C. DeWitt... .W. 1 . Jumen Collier,.. ,W. A. If. F. My........ K. K. Jos. Nation .. .A. If. S. A. Jones F, H. Joint Met'me... James Ramsey John Carter Tho*. F. Ramsey.. Thomas Shepherd. Wm. RobinHon... ... .Chaplain. S. HYfflANS, W A TOIIMA K Eli And Dealer in Jeicelry and Watche . IS permanently located in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 4 March 1854

"A™ * THE GONZALES INQUIRER. \ \ SMITH & DARST....Proprietors. VOLUME 1. "open to all pautibs—controlled by none." GONZALES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1854. TEEMS-. • S3 00, la Advanoo. NUMBER 40. j THE GONZALES INQUIRER ii 9 m É* ¿4 is published every saturday by SMITH & DARST, At $3 00 per Annum, payable in Advance. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. One square, (ten lines or loss) first insertion. .$1 00 For cneh subsequent insertion 00 A liberal deduction will be made from the above rates, to thoso 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. 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 terms. For announcing candidates' names lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 4 March 1854

Cfie «Souiale* fcnquívcr. " 0FIX to ALL PAHT1ES—C0NT80LLKD BT MOHJE." OONZALBS, TEXAS: Saturday, March 4, 1854. AUGUST ELECTION. FOB SHERIFF. Qf* Wo are authorized to announce W. X. Hargia k® • candidate for SHERIFF of Gonzales county, at the ensuing August election. -BP" We are authorized to announce W. I. Barrow 43 a candidate for re-election to the of- fice of SHERIFF of Gonzales County, at the en- suing August election. tW We aro authorized to announce A. M. Griswold as a candidate for SHERIFF of Gon- zales County, at the ensuing August election. FOB ASSE5B0B AND COLLECTOR. Thk Gonzales College.—This institution closed Its second session on Tuesday last, to be reopened alter a vacation of a few weeki The school, under the control of Mr. G. W. Guess, we are proud tu say, is fast acquiring •n enviable reputation both at home and abroad. Parents, several of whom we have conversed with lately, seem highly pleased with its management, and perfectly satisfied with the progress their c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 4 March 1854

9 m * .a •It f * Administrator's Sale. BY an order of the Hon. Chief Justice of Gon- zales County, I will sell at Public Auction, on the Island of St. Josephs, on the 22d day of March, instant, at the pen of the late Joshua Thread- gill, dec'd., about _ One Thousand Head of Cattle- Terms, Cash, if a bid of $8 88* per head is ob- tained ; if that bid is not obtained, then $600 cash, to be raised on said Cattle, and ;the remainder on a credit of twelve months with good security. Also, on the 10th of April nest, I will sell at the pep of A. H. Jones, in Gonzales county, about Seventy Head of Horses, Brood Hares, Jacks and Hules- Also, on the 13tb of April next, I will sell at the pen of Thomas M. Dennis, on the Sandies, in Gon- zales county, about One Hundred and Thirty Head of Horses, Brood Hares, Jaoks, Hules, &o- The above lots of horses Include some of the best blood of Western Texas. Those who desire fine Stock, and good bargains, had better attend. The celebrated horse BENDIG...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 4 March 1854

Í • ■ . .. v.' > . SB&HH ' Religious Appointment*. Rev. J. H. Stribllng, of the Baptist denomination preached In thin place on the fir«t Sabbath of every month. , Rot. A. II. Walker, of the Cumberland Presbyte- rians, on the second Sabbath of ovory month. Rev. Daniel Carl, of the 11. E. Church, on the third Sabbath of every month. Rev. John McCrae, of the Old School Presbyte- rians, on the fourth Sabbath of every month. Rev. Dr. Ponton, Campbellite, on every fifth Sab- bath. (ivnzalei Dl virion, No. as, Sons of Temperance. Meets every Tuesday evening in the Division room in the upper story of the Court House. Officer fur the Quarter beginning Jan. M, 1854. 0. 0. DeWitt... .W. P. James Collier. •.. ,W. A. B. F. Fly R. S. Jos. Nations...A. R. H. A. Jones F. S. John McCrae... James Ramsey T John Carter C. Thos. F. Ramsey. .A. C. Thomas Shepherd.. I. S. Win. Robinson.. .0. S. ... .Chaplain. S. HYMANS, WA TOS MA KEB And Dealer in Jewelry anil Watches. IS permanently located in thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 11 March 1854

THE ;,L'A SMITH & DABST ...Proprietor* 'oran to au parties—ooramxxB ET m w .■-. . ¡i*;, .■% VOLUME 1. GONZALES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1854. a~M M D f) O O o % THE GONZALES INQUIRER is published every saturday by SMITH & DARST, At $3 00,per Annum, payable in Advance. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. One square, (ten lines or leas) first Insertion. .$1 00 For each subsequent insertion. 1 60 A liberal deduction will be made from the above rates, 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. All letters of a business character muet be port 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 jfat Bollar . Decisions of the S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 11 March 1854

<SO\l}ñUK OPKN TO ALU PARTIEo—CO 8. W. SMITH OONZAL Saturday, March 11, 1854. AUGUST ELECTION. Thrpar ,t lióme and abroa seincnt of the Gfl w its roa SHEBIFF. Wo are authorized to announco B. F. ./roe a* a candidato for SHERIFF of Gonzales Com it v, at theensuing August election. _isr Wo lute aiitHorlzed to announce W. K Hargis as a candidate for SHERIlfy of Gonzales county at tUu«iuMWg Augunt election. We are authorized to announce W. I. Barrow M a candidate for re-election to tlio of- fice of HIlEfUFF of Gonzales Couuty, at the en- auipg August election. _br We are authorised to announce A. M. GritíWOld a a candidate for &HKU1FP of Gon- zales County, ut tho ensuing August election. FOE ABSESSOB AHD COLLECTOR. ' We are authorized to announce Joseph lations an a candidate for ASSESSOR and COLLECTOR of Cotízale County, at the ensuing August election. {ST* Wo aro authorized to announce JaXOflB B. Phelps as a candidate for ASSESSOR and COL- LECTOR of Gonzales Couuty, at the ensu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 11 March 1854

Á m * Us 0 0 Notice. THE lato firm of Matthews & Willi* having been' dissolved by the withdrawal of W«. A. Mat- thews, to take effect January 1st, 1804, notice la hereby given to all persona indebted to us, by note or account, to come forward Immediately and settle the same with D. Willis. (Signed) WM. A. MATTHEWS. (Signed) D. WILLIS. Gonzales, December 30, '68. D. Willis T. S. Walker, Wholesale and Retail D< DRUGS, « 01 MEDICINES, fjF DYJ&-S: CHEMICALS, il. PAINTS, ác., áx. ALL of which he offers cheap on credit, and cheaper for cash. The following are some of hia leading articles: WOULD most respectfully, beg leave to call the attention of bis friends and customers, to the above notice of dissolution, and would also embrace thif i opportunity of informing them that he will CONTJNUE BUSINESS AT THE OLD STAND, v. here he will keep constantly on hand a Keg ;ular supply of Goods, SUITED TO THE MARKET, consisting in part of Osnaburgs, Domestics, Tickings, Cottonades, brown 4...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 11 March 1854

Religious Appointments. Rev. J. H. Stribling, of the Baptist denomination, prearlivs in tbit placo on the tirsi bubbalh of every month. K'3v, A. H. Walker, of the Cumberland Presbyte- rians, on the second Sabbath of every month. Rev. Daniel Carl, of the M. E. Church, on tho third Sabbath of every month. ltov. John McCrao, of the Old School Presbyte- rians,- on the fourth Sabbath of every month. Ilev. Dr. Ponton, Campbellite, on every tilth Sab- bath. Cionzale* liivikiou, No. if9, Sons of Temperance. Meets every Tuesday evening in the Division room in the upper story of tho Court House. Officers for the Quarter beginning Jan. 8d, 1854. C. C. DeWitt... .W. P. Juméis ( oilier,...W. A. 11 F. Fly li. K. •lor. Nations... A. 1!. B. A, Jonot: P. 8. S. HIMANS, WA TOBMA KER And Dealer in Jewelry and Watchee. IS permanently located in this town and la prepar- ed to execute all kinds of work iu his line. His long experience in the business and a residence oi ten months iu this place will be a s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 18 March 1854

I# o • ■ A O * Iv O • * I > 0 • / > o ♦ I 0 o € 4 ■ ■ *«i .«■ «•> «}** i jugql ; V ,.. ♦. SMITH ft DAB8T... .Proprietor . ifiM** !H!*f ?' -towkf 'W#> ****¥ OMfJ open to all parties—controlled BT NONE. VOLUME 1. GONZALES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 18,1854 THE GONZALES INQUIRER d published every saturday bt SMITH & DARST, At (8 00 per Annum, payable in Advance. o TERM8 FOR ADVERTISING. For each subsequent insertion ??!.'?! .80 A liberal deduotion will be made from the abo vé rates, to those who advertise bj 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. • All letters of a business character mm! 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 bq published on any term*. For announcing candidates' name...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 18 March 1854

gfte «oniaUg Enquirer. "ora to all rAinii*—comouu n wwa." QOIZALU, TEXAI s —■———— talvrdRf, IHarch II, 18*4. AUGUST ELECTION. FOB SHERIFF. __Hf" Wo are authorized to announce B. F. Wroe a* a candidate for SHERIFF of Gonzales County, at the ensuing August election. pHT We are authorized to announce W. E. Hargit as a candidate for SHERIFF of Gonzales county, at the ensuing August election. 1ST Wc are authorized to announce W. L. Barrow at a candidate for re-election to the of- fice of SHERIFF of Gonsalea County, at the en- suing August election. ' 0T We are authorized to announce A. X. QrisWOld as a candidate for SHERIFF of Gon- zales County, at the ensuing August election. FOX A88ES80BAÍD COLLECTOR. ' We are authorized to announce J. Travis ClftVAland as a candidate for AH8EH80R and COLLECTOR of Gonzales county, at the ensuing August election. August election. . Qf* We ara authorised to announce ¿Tames B. Pfielps as a candidate for ASSESSOR and COL- LECTOR of Gonzales County, at tho ...

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