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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 March 1851

RiEHn ?" - a This time hi f hUJKtpnv-was at lault aa J hd seised the lady by tha arm. "GiioraJ" 'is exclaims J 1 hei:J tha wod listincdy'- eiys M. do Nct- tsl "nd I sssweifrl tlio insult by saying Kntt jfiJur you iitc an infidel' and treating graybeatJ tvith iho epithet of Ar.? Mj."- Other sailors came to the rescue. Thc Frenchman drew hi brass. hrT.idud pistols whtch were ml lundd and which it" they had been were only dangerous to those who should venture to tire them. The liuhhiili m the decir of the Santa Barbara was fir a m.nnent very grnat.'but like m.ist squalid at en. iatediinly atimo and all parties were ultimately pacified excepting only tho French man. and Ins lady between whom a-cnolness had arisen from the Irreparable words ihnt . had been spoken and which lasted until they srere fairly installed in tha quarantine nt Ucyrut. Here the fair Zoymb had prepared anoth -r trial for her unfortunate lord nnd master. Captain Nicolas; came to pay him a visit du and the' " nnc his ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 March 1851

I ' J "A?iLutcxs' Danjiic- Abroad. liiacHerny in iiw new woik entitled "The Kickleburys on tle Rhine 'Vspcnks of the sivnrmu of A.- tnerican traveler in Europe in the following strain. There is undoubtedly much truth in what he say. It cannot be denied that for the last three ycata tho Russian Emperor fearing tiint his young nnd lich subjects might become contaminated with French re publicanism has kept them nt home. i he Gctmniis have had enough to do witliin the limits of thcii own petty principalities menn- whilc and the English Milors have uol had that confidence in the stability ol affairs at Pan? to.iuduco thrm to go over in such numbers as they didduiing "he monarchy. All these circumstance have combined to give the American exquisites more than n fair show on the Boulevard and opportuni- ties to Splurge' nt all public place if we tnay be allowed to use such a term to their liruru' content. It has been the same in other European capitals but hear Thacke- ray: Pic. . m 'Among ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 March 1851

..a m.n.iL'.s---' J u i - -rrrtar.-n3?cirir CHE M 1 S T It Y F t It C I It L Si J - by'k. wompscs m. n. .si ritiilaj ihslJZiery toireen &W. ? fif. This iS pniprrlj stv!cd ar fihUl!3rJ.i:i ace: fur tl.o if:Vr "Wh-l ;-r..D1" mtvia i every. here" h hi? entered the lcnr!es-'f learning aid altnnptc ' ' ol 1 t iii.-uaS.pu: important stlitiics because their irrrc-1 time connection with Jni fror.ru prof.la ciiir.nl bfc demonstrated. There .is one pt lluvlcver int.)1 tiicli it-has rot so generally inlro luced.its.dC the female arndernv ihe last refuge of the linearis and fine follies. Thither young ladies arc too fre- iiaciuly Edit merely iu.Ica.ti how in dress lasleful- lv play vvrilo Flench anil make wncn plumes and silken spiders all pretty hut why bl inquire '"i-htTirrfit." I take my pen not to utter a dissertation on fc- llrde education hut to insist that young ladies he t uiglit chemistry. They will thereby he better (jiialified to superintend domestic ntf-iir.' guard "gauist-manv ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 March 1851

--rwwi ...- tM.mi.in iiii... ... .. ; -- ' iiiih.whiiiimiw w inuitigia.Juiimin;TiTiiliii..lu -"' "-i-ui.. CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER B3AVE THE BREEZETHE STANDARD OF THE TREE EDITOR i FRCPRIETCR V VOL. S From tUc Southern Literary Messenger. SONNETS TO WINTER. It was a remark of ono of tho Spanish Kings thai the four greatest blessings in life were Olil Wine to Drink Old Wood to Burn Old Hooks to Head aud Old Friends to Love. U ' OLD WINE TO DRINK. Yes! fill the goblet high with generous wino As sparkling as the draughts of ancient Massic Or old Falemian made by Horace classic " Uroiiijht from the sunny talleys of the Ithinc And throning off their daughters' brilliant glan- Just as the diamond long obscured from sight "Willi all the rays it lasi absorbed is bright. This wine as o'er the festal board it dances (Jies back tho flashes from ths beaming eye Of the brown vineyard beauty on our meeting: Till up! to friends a kind a cordial greetinc. And though December's winds m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 March 1851

X N i; i 4 4 - i V I- Jeuijca:i:lthathe brd'u-vcs 'ho st.-Ue- icrcm given as intuit! to nun uy theimirctrue. Uoravio Woodman- Jus! Ice ot ilia I'jacr. - &t The alleged sfavu was conducted out of . r-nitrtJi.ime ihrtrcsfl tin; western Coot. Ii!ailinr f"o h phca c-iuit room nnd t'usnc Ttlrouh C'.um iwl Oauitmdge in IJelkn.in&reet where he t wk reftig. in the Tnu-w "ofsnms nfhi-t fiirn-N Swcnl' ofii--et pursued rh n l-ttut ihey lost light of ivJ prisoner auerjhVcrnwd eutered Belknap M-.'ai;-md though a vigilant watch had been hpt up nothing hid been known of his viiurMlnntiUp t alale hmr List evening. Jt is "said by soate that Iib l:;f( the city in an . n'ii'SMirfn train ot cars and it is reported by Sjj'tiiiit.lic BMi tak-en tnl'.ie cnuutry on Vy evening in n cnV crivci by rf c-d-jh; and. guarded by a ''cuuuiiUtcc ot 'rescue w.na tnisl auccoaaful tiol.itinn. iis law mil w.-is accoinpllJh.-d in a tunc jre than tortv p nice in -n were as- in M.ir!nl Tukey's ofti:e which is jiaad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 March 1851

rrcr3 ttrtricr BrII. Skn! rcorr. wad tfcc Bible A rare litterateur is Got. IJrll f the Stile of Tcsas 'besides being a sort of a Solomon general" ly. His Excellency lately issued a lung Proclamation in which lie formally and with a great assumption of sanctity.rccotmnenried llie observance of fotr.c day for a thanksgiting to tlio Almighty. Such ohser varices are proper as well as very common in times either of prosperity or calamity ; whenever thcro is anything especial to draw the heart to. its maker by emtio unusual sign or blessing. We looked at the Proclamation of Gov. Bell just long enough to see that it was a humbug attempt to per cil a s?cred obsertanco to a reconsideration of his own ullraism on a lale occasion when he was made nscof bv more subtle spiriu than himself as an Sient to bring on if pcss'.ble a dissolution of our plorious Union a sort of whitewashing of the dark features; and than we dropped it ; never finish- ng the reading of it nor never so much as thinking of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 March 1851

'' PuJasat Journal Extra. Jan. 31. Iiesstracltoi or the Steamer.. John Adams.' Tuil aui-Auihcntb Details 130 lives Lost! Appeal To Congress! Startler iV:;.Vna J.. 33 1551. . 5If n. M. JJ'iJiKTv J) .US. JTui: ly reipie-U I proceed t(i give vm tliifjrirtiiMiirs il tlroii-cent tli-striieiion I" tho ill-fated steamer. John Ad-mss by f.ir thc-tnost terribly nc-ciileiit' lliht has ever isrVurrM upon life Western waters. S!i- iel":' New Oih-aiw fur Cincinnati on VrneiiM?. the '22"1 of Jnniinrv lornled down 3-i the "imrtJ wiih'niolsissim and over Iwn linn-. dree. iiisrRMigers about one hundred of u himi v were upon dcrk. About 3 o'clock on Monday-morning --he st'iicl: n sung some few miles almfr Gieen Mile .Miss. and lileiully toio her how to nt- iitm. ' She sunk to ths cabin floor in los than line ...'txiY nnd almost at ihe instant she- came in collision the water was up to i.io waist il ) -Hi's engineer so rapi.l did -he fill. " Not ' mure than live neraona eB.-i!n-u. u itie niiu- - ! t t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 March 1851

EDITOR & PROPRIETOR CHARLES DE MORSE CLARK S VI LLE RED It IV Ell COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 29. 1851. NO. 30. LONG SHALL OUH EANNEH BRAVE THE BREEZETHB STANDARD Or THE TREE vol. s ass LAY UF LOVE. r.v CrtlRGE P. rBCMNCB. Yet once a jsiu l'e seen thee Ami my every thought is ihinc Ay I Kneel to dice in worship As In an idol-shrine In my spirit's silent chambers Where hope may never 1 One lonely lislitis burning Tis a biily Imc of thee. I sec thee oh I eee ibee Iu iliu shadows on Jlie riter I see liiee in the moon's sweet beams That on the bryht lake quor ; I see thee in the mists that unne Like sjicclres o'er the slrcam At midnight deep 1 see thee In the shadowy world of dreams. I ice thee Oh I see thee In the gentle flowers of spring And in the tints the rainbow wears Upon its fleeting uing ; 1 see thee in the sunset hues That gush aIoi the wol. And 1 see thee in the dew-drop That gems the ruse's breast. I hear thee Oh 1 bear thee In the murmuring of the waves Anil :n the soft...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 March 1851

our duty to avoid the extremes ol pruHtiinp- fmii and of despondencv ; to follow the c.irciM before u fullill'tig our own assigned task mid leaving events in him 'who sculcth up tlia linnd of every ninti tl::it all men iiih know hi-s work." We have an imliurtmil'? plant in our own region-! that judicmus cultivation might change into an inii"lt.:iit object of supply and whicli from its habits iliight oecup) po-itioiis unsaitc.T to any other vegetable produclicn it is tiro wild nee which grow? in many of oil? small northwestern lakes and liiriili"erf :u agioealdc and substantial aili- :lu of food that I have been glad to procure jjoui tl.'e Indiana when in their country anil kic'vcr their supply always indeed very rj was not exhausted by waste or nc- Ity. roiiunately thev cannot consume fsecd as t"icy often do of the lew plants i cultivate when under the pressure ol korary want less provident than the bcav itself Iialu at llio iirnncr bv the sau.iws who nass over the liquid is in thei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 March 1851

irsnliitinn funking land wnrr.ints assignable. Mr Hradhilfy from the jndisiniy commit lee reported hack tho Ptcident'.s message relative to ihe violation of law in Boston. Mr. Jeff Dnvis; frctn the conference com niillrcnt ttic nrhiy nppiopriniion Mil made a report which received the concurrence of Ihc Sir Me. Mr. Pcnrrc reported hncklhc navy ap propiimiun Mil end the amendments were (k'l'iitcd untl nctcd upon. The nppropiiatinn '.nr n naval depot at N. Oilcans vvns stricken out. The amendment for the naval woiks at N. Yoik was increased to SoO.OOO. The nmriidmciit increasing the pay to the Lollms line of steamers was ruled out. An appropriation or$S00(M) to remove the. wreck of the steamer Missouri ut Gibullon.nt vn adopted. The post route bill was passed hy general consent. The army appropriation bill was signed by the President of the Scnae and sent to the President of the United Slates for his signa- ture. At 10 o'clock the Senate was informed that the President had signed tho a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 March 1851

A FACT IN DKEP PLOWING ilnving been for a long time n attentive r-adr cit the Newspapers jccinlly the far- tner' department mid having teen injiiy ar- ticles on the cultivation of corn I have con- .-'n.'rd to rive vim inv c.xnenence. Air the) 1 ict two year. Pri'viiia- t that. I had fol lowed the old plniiof shillow ploughing and hii'i Iiillinjr- Now tor the oilier way. It; the spring of 1J17I too!: fire acres of ground that hid wheat on it thfc J ear before and h id for n number of ears been lather hard .'u: liv sorting in wheat one year and planted to coin the next until the sin face soil was torn so low thut twelve bushels of wheat nd forty or fifty of cum ncic an average i-rop. On the five ticres I put eighty-seven loi.iii nflmrn yatd mnnure the greater part ofitsttnW only paiti.illy totted and plough- ed it as follows: Taking two teams and mo plow. I bgan by a furrow seven inches deep with the first plow then followed in the same furrow witli the other plow turning an- other fu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 April 1851

CHARLES DE MORSE L0N3 SHALL OUR DANME3 B3A7E TUB BREEZE TaE STANDARD OF THE FRlJE Editor & proprietor VOL. 8 Kt ll in. Manx of onr readers dun' lies' lmc read l'c s rtlt I 'Veil Micni cniilki "The Haven ; ' proiiuc- .......... r .l.t.. r.. .1... rvli ir structure of ihni . itinuinauib ... -v ...... -- tin vei-c. t!ic earttii-c of the Thyme ; and disen-pu-lin! hv a melancholy som'ireness of cadence. In !.. I"c fr. l lb-publican Journal appears a po- 'ciieil cuiii.iiuiiiintii-n entitled "Sle.'p m more' urr rung in come fun- ome ri.uc Uibscnbcr md cue isiug a ten dull ir mil. '1 " -iy le is a cry neat pin-die copy of Tlie Itaicii and considering Hie sehjert and tlie ailtstic manner in which ti is treated is as wc have denoniiii lied it txeLLLtxT. sli:i:i' xii Jioitr.. Sent to lit- Eh or of the li ''; an Jourml inclos- ing '"i A". lj rtie iljiaj cabers s.thn. one sa. u il lung lm! ows llittnu All aloiiu in mslit time dieary while his cie fur sleep were weary Oi by dru.vsy lieUe tipc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 April 1851

V333K V 1 1 ti Hay. Mr. M n in replied lie coiisidei ed t!fe reason n liv the I .iv was nit pnjpeilv execu ted by tin- "(vinta f the North u.ts.thut llrey i .ousiii.-irii u oiiious; mey coii-merei;- r: a l.-v which tiny huf 11. ti mil in pi irg W tin- thirty Seintnrs Inmi the iree Mates nrly ihree'hi.i voted lor flits law. I ht:-o were the is.'i.ator ft inn l'eiislv mi 1 ( Mi. hluigewi. a'.iill.o tworsenatois it m luiva Mr 1).. !.ii-.'ii -aid that he was present and ....... 1 .......... i .-.. .5... 1 .... I.... .... 1 hi'iii nnc vmihi iiriiii- 1.111 imii ins roi-1 v.. i..u!i 1 w is .;inei! to it wis called 11 1.11 . .1 1 i is ; 11 1 1 itopti to ii.iir 0:1 lie 1: 1. 1 111 111" u jieee!i 1:1 tavnr ol ibis lull and ....... .111 .!.. inn i.ii 1 ii r-1-1:1 nuuai iiivc voicii mi 11. 11 l:.ill lie Ueeineu proper 10 ai'Kiuiwieuge em- nine 1111s win no. .-eein a -tep down and without granting tl: lcwir 1-aiil Willi re-.iim.inii -'inu'il p.: 11 1;.- p:e-e:it lollli he lillei: once in tune of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 April 1851

K :- i ii. il..r i. nnnnimmrnt' will- resolution I was loiiowinij mc icau ui mj c u! erviec. Her.- ihcic w.mlcl he a cnnfl.ct worthy and. trusted friend; at the same time between Ihc two highest officers coni.nand- irm the troops the q.iestin would he prcscn rd which has been debated for thirty years and who would have ihn power ihcn and there to decide ii from day to day to deter- mine whether the cants jSted in which hie vet rank takes effect - This offirc of lieutenant general is not new to our history. In 1193 in view of ho-.tili-ties ailh Fiance it was conferred on Gen. Vashiti"loii by Congicss. lint as soon as t that I'was no t a little cnnlii met! in my incli nation to do so by the example and comisels of inv excellent friend fiom Illinois (Mr. Sinr.i.ns') who is also alike versed in milita- ry anil civic concerns and who I may say is alike crowned with military and civic hon- ors llnviii" two such leaders to follow J cat: walk with a little more boldness than 1 Colouizntioii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 April 1851

From tiie Untie Journal Jan -5lh NATURE r.. PRODUCED INTO' SOPIK T Y . Three now Siitmdticlinni hnvc taken place .n V.-V.rlc s.wh.1. within iiniKiu'fk. . i Moonlight n Fuiiiititiu and a Si per Gnr- den w ere three open nir guetN present m a ! Kltr.vileil U.lll ill IIIC comer in rum .m-tiiii-and I' iltocnlh Street. The effect n in sulli- uc ntly now I a well as hr.iiitif.il. In excuse t)fin tccoidi-d in a public journal for the in bun Hum of those of nai rc.idcis uho are lierond the reach of the ciicie of lint chut in uliieli ills the ptincipnl topic. The house in which these out. door luxu- ries :ue combined vv.th every possible ingo- n uty if in .lei:i :iiiiii)tti.u-.iie.-.s .tixl rifine- incnt has not been Ion.; rtwiplettd and lh:- n tlie fir-t ger.ei:I cntcitatiiiliciit given vttliin its walls. Almin mx hundred poisons hitc prci nt. The usual festivities of a hall need not be dcseiibed of couise but i'i.- g.icU who stinted aw.iv from the m.ig- j w- liificenl ptiticipa! apnttmcnU ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 April 1851

STAND ii win iwirtnirn n u 'i inifii n"'--" ' '"""" " ii'fc ' " ' i '" J H-i '2 .. &OH9 SHALL OUR BANNER BrfAVE THE BRECZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE charles.de morse EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR CLARKS VILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 12. 1851. VOL. S WO. 32 Concltidul from 1at trri.'s paper. IN SENATE. Wednesday J'eihumm 12 1S31. iiectew.nt olSehvx Mr Hins nrMisiinni ilv COllcn t- ;ue endeavored to give a hitrv of tin- rcsnlu- lwm nml ho seemed to lie about as familiar .--.. ..-.u ..w .-.. with it us with some otiicr history to wiiitn lie lias referred Mr Foote. I would sp.y to inv colleague that I c illed upon the li.imr.ible sen 'tor froin Illinois who stated il.nt my friend from Alabama originally introduced the resolution. 1 called upon another member of the iMilila- ry Committee who informed me that the Ins torv which I gave was correct. . Mr. D wis of Mississippi " m' c'" league i had read one of the .Jj;"'"1; f desk he would have fan ml f la the re on t.on introduc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 April 1851

LJ.1. Mi.U1-'!. i"'1 i mm.. siiiaw! HHtfvj i T -t lT!l FKOJl UBtf. SJl HOUSTON. l'- fTm.. ia lUu. JaNn LMchr mniuiwr of the em Vir-inSivCbtivcnltD i. " lor Wvsuin-cto.v Jan. 21 ISol. Slv DEr nr.Lvxivc: 1-thank you for tour favor recently receiwd and" in rrpl'y I 1111141 assure you that I realize all the soli- citude that ou could expect me to do in i ela- tion to the present attitude of our national as well as our sectional n (lairs. . In connexion with these I have recemly wen in the pnhhc paper a Irtter from Gen'l. J riles Hsfirrilton of South Cnrolinn dated rievt flexaO December 15 ISM) and Tressed to Tjingdjn Chcves containing t. -lnic suggestion md sentiments in which I e moot coincide. These are rimes of wide- spread agitallun and of deep and earnest fetditig on the part of many of our fellow- citizens. and such ideas as those expressed in tlio following extracts from the letter of iflierrtl Hamilton are likely to he produc e of evil con-sequences Imwcv.pt well 'iiip.-.ut by h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 April 1851

t -t-.ili Vnli . r . -:... ....;-..! nformutioa here C -- J h I V imvr IIIL If libll vu --- 'e have jhsi rrceivcu .." -- of the most .shocking tragedies on ro- ll apneara llwt the dwelling of air. fonc Cros'dcn. who reeled near ft0 Ciow Roads in Kent cotm Iv. W:. " cn tcrcd last night )' mime deiron in human Snpe bo without a...iBor Jfl provocation deliberately sl.ot Mr Cosden dead upon the spot. Not wtishcd with Iih Woody deed he found hi vvai to the Led chamber of Mrs..Crok-i. ho y ck at b'c time and shut hrr. Still US "r hloud.he sought and found ti.e si-ter ol Mrs. C and shot her. and then ended the trag- edy l.v Coaling the servant pi. I H "f ----- - iT. .le.l. Tin' murderer MAKT Iff Ttlltl arc iitinsuriiusif ....... . . . 'i .... i..n ms let been hail lias Cicnncu -.uiu ." v. j- . inrrc-dtohira. It hoped that speedy justice nmy cut ahoit -" The CiTvst.ii. Palace. Hie members of the Society of Art were afforded an oiipnr- lunitv of viewing this building on I iiesduv by lllc cou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 April 1851

1IIELKTTKK OF UltH01 CAPE11S 'Jo my Ftlluw rjthcus of South Carolina: I t:il; (lie liberty of niltlrcis-iii"; you tlirougli tin newspaprn? on a subject of n ililicient character from what has ffith-i-rto employed mc : am! I do so thr more rendily as my life guaranties my sincerity and on your part personal good will. It itlir lir-t timrlhsit I liavo ever felt it my Inty to express publicly unopiniononany nialterof iSlate policy. Once indeed du- rinir the cMremc excitement which pre- vailed in Charleston on the subject of iml- tilyiiijj a law of Conjures;" I met with the clergy of the city apart at the instance of some venerable citizen to consider whether there was any thing which we might possibly do. in our sacred charac- ter to promote peace lint it resulted in nothing. We found nothing in our pow- t r but our prayers for the people. Min- isters of religion have little to do. at any time with matters of the State more than Jo pray for Hod's guidance and blessing on the people ""i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 April 1851

NORT RP I tAJVttSXVH-. fc ' n ' BKKIKmt. . . . - -" - CHARLES DE MORSE VOL. 8 MORE INDIAN HOSTILl'l IDS. flic news fmni different qunrtcis is devol- o. daily the utlcr inetficacy of lliu late Mf& Ip. i imii1i wilh tlie IndMn tube-. Captain 1 McCulIoeh.nf the Knngcis. who urnved li san Antonio on Monday rcpoits tli.il u '1 u.sdny of la-l week u son of Mr. Hart. wh lives at the Mis-inn "f Ilefugio about ihu'.cen J cars old rode out a few miles from iie Mi-sion nnd in a few hours nlterw aids liis.iorsc returned wilhnui iho rider wiih In- dian arrows sticking in his body. Search n itni ediately made hut no traces of the hoy c.u d he discovered. Capt. McCiilloch dis- pa lied his Lieutenant with several men v io discov crcd and follow cd for sov eral limn s a i I of nhnul nine niotintid men supposed t . ' i Indian". A severe rain which obliter- ated the trail prevented the prosecution of ti e pursuit with any eetlaiiHy of success. 1 .i ny had probably been made pi i-ontr ... t vise hi...

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