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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 June 1869

w, * ♦ /> TEXAS. ,;fr J K :T Kit) #:&#■ There ia a periv In Texas opposed to an early election in that State for the frankly avowed reason that they do not feci sore thatttay could carry It. This party is composed of Repnblicane, bat it does by no means comprise the republican party. It is so dissatisfied that the Constitutional Convention failed to disfranchise and ex- clude from office all who had been rebels, that it would vote down tho proposed Constltation If it could. Feeling unequal to that task, it runs to Washington and importune the President to put off tho election to the latest possible day. Gen. Qrant, we rqjoico to near, has declined to follow the counsels of tfais party and will probably order an election in August; ao that it shall fall .between the heavy labova of making the year's crop and tho less hurried jet busy season of cotton picking. We hope to hear that his resolution on this point is inflexible. Our Southern Republicans are quite free & telling ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 June 1869

) tH f mi • 1**1 1 I tV i if r§ & • i f "I Hi f Li i CwwyOfcitxcx*1 K«fi, iiKV Oft ME AH 3, SKS* MtUMUUT, / .,ip«uei i, Majr 24,1869. Tht>y have left tuc Us retire; but I would luA wsM* Uttfcxariom nijrht. U<nr bean , itfolly I In? Moonlight flicker* the parterre, as it KtraggHe* 4tnrn throng Onutjje jii*d !>ate, Um" Magnolia niul the Bar, and thfi w^ugM [wfutno* of (ropir.il flowers ami luxwkms foliage— the ruse and the germ\ m, the myrtle ant! honeysueklo,tfce pitlopofmti and papgitnrm. conic floating up te Hty h«fconr, ho iltdii toHslv'.fltat they dn aw of A ruby the blost. And look at tlnw soft, fleecy clouds that spread their "HliadowH Tor a moment over t.1w fairy land ncr.pe—over the nilent dome and grow, tnnnsion arid f-teople—and while ! speak of them,like Longfellow's spectres of Prague, •The ghostly host is ^ono. Noble old I iroscnt Oity 1 Q lor Inns memories oftho pa*t oomo back apon me as • T glaucc tbrovyh the thirty years of thy varied history, f saw the f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 June 1869

DeMOBSE CHABLEB SHALL OtJR BANNER — m VIL 2 7. GLARKSVILLB, RK II IKK BX BALLOON TO EUROPE. MOBS- OBXVAUSB'S BAIA0OM *W ACaOSS tn ATLANTIC raOM BW YOKK—A A- M0U8 ABB0BAUT—BIB PBBVIOU8 KXPLOITH —PURS AMI) VBBFABABXOBB FOE TBI OBKAT EKTEEPBiS* (From tlie N. Y. Tribune, Mny 25th.) About three month* ago a small paragraph in one of the morning papers snnouneed the arrival on oar shorts of a balloonist pf tho nana of Chevalier, who wae jtoiug to make an sorial voyage from Nan. lock to Europe. Reader* of the paragraph recalled "Prof." Lowe's money making fiasco in a similar a few years ,U, TEIAS, JUNE , 26 , 1869, well as from nose, oyes, and ears, apd hiafilpw, then, is M. Chevalier to know, when clothes were saturated. M. Chevalier has made 165 balloon voyages, and may bo presumed to have, a moderately good understanding of the dif- ficulties liable to a voyage across the At- lantic. lie declares tnat these difficulties are not peouliar to the Atlantic voyago except as it is one of unus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 June 1869

1; ? A" >;-• k|r Hti t 5 i *v -mm •'' ' •11 • -U u ..4H J w ) ' - itiT" t - !: ••'i 1 J BtJP tii mmm. EDITOR, "o 4k PKOPKI BTOK I "V Z H. JL.E SiVTODl?, JUNK 2Qtb, .1699. WtarcwAoriuHlUMMMKn 0 l It H. TiriiUk, «r fanahi county, m • caatidtfe fcr ntpmwUlim ia tfca Oongvmi «f Ifca I'uMwiHitatw J9*- Wean aathorhed to announce Wlf. #. aWAlXm a owiiiiilatt far Hkwitr, of IU^ JUtar Comfy, at,the cvmlBg tleetioa. ■ M. W« are ratkorited .r« ^nnoMC* QKO. T. TODU, «r Marion county. ^<i a caadiaMe for re •laetim to <b« qCo•** UUltiot Attupmry, Mar Um tttk J«4icial DUtriyt- MuSfa auUiorbotl lo arnounetd AUV1N Wntolif, Kao ,|of £llit> county, m acaotUdaU for *• 'a***, tt°m hU Oonprea- Weasa jaaAqrUnl Jo aimum JOSHUA t. JOHJWOll, (h, of (thu county, m a candl- title Gong«twi<^i^ Dia- SSWSS" emoectod witk oo fraedeWirt nor any waatiea- aUe Acbw-t, Md has far yews •ooopfed poai - liana at trait, legislative and otbera, conferred upo Um repeatedly and saemssively by poo- pfa wfaofcave...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 June 1869

mm ■ n ■ 'M F t t .f ^ >??$.' i^m ■^p%v-',1;.,. IP ife A DOU PHAGE AND w _l The result of a terrible and most toys tertons crime woe brought to light on Saturday last Uy the dloooverv of the nrarderri W oi a .young girl upon a smalHslana in the river just uortk of the citv limits. It la another horror to bo added to that JearTully long list for which Chicago la notorious. Tho circumstances connected With tJ« daA nffitfr are pecu- liarly ammWhig, as the victim is a toeati- tiful and iowecaut yonng girl, and it is probable that a moat brutal witragv pre- ceded the greater crime that extinguished tho vital spark. The place where the fiendish act wns perpetrated la an island in the North Branch, formed by a bayou Betting bock fVoui the river. Tho island ia located north (>T tho city limits, noar what ia •known as "Sijow'b Tavern. Three yonng wen, named rospeettvcly Joseph Freeman* Qoorgo Ptoifer, and John Lightbody, were passing bv the pkee on Satarday evening, when their attentio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 June 1869

w r* <y \ BOOTY OF fMMENfcE VALUE DISCOVERED. WIIAJ Wil l. BE DOHl: o ? jiBRffge** THKCOOLIK TRADE. I a MHiK *iM£S&L\s: ■:m<k .'.i ■ . ,'Am ) J ' J h. I . t •* 1 |l1 •I s a t Wj ',.J7 j .; R !<*- .ury Department, from tho nrovost Mar- shal General ol tJie Array or tlio Tennes- see hove laid in the Treasury vaults. The boxes were Bent directly to the War Dfc- partynait; JwtikcretnrT Stanton turned tiion orer to Secrcfory Spinner. On Fri- 4ay> at the instance of a United States -j Senator— a portion o( whoso constituents were supposed to be interested in the con- traits- -the Ikjxcs were opened. A joint order of tho two Departments was iw.ued to that effect. The,boxes were lqur\d to contain exceedingly valaablo invoices oQ diamond*, pearls, necklaces, watches, ear 'rinps. broochcs, rings, chains, seals, and ,all manner of rare and expensive jewelry 'to the Tolt^c Ofmsny tliousnndH dollnrr.— The most valuable properly, however, .which t lie boxes contained, was .# very ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 3 July 1869

CHARLES D«MORSE, loara sbau. our bajtkbk i VOL 27. v,. fs .' -'off, ; $ r CUTION BOBINSON, *a y last, at an early hoar, people from every direction were mto.town, By ten o'olook not aooording to the had arrived, of the collection of this tney were informed that they could have time to say anything they wished to.— Robinson said nothing. Poe said he would like to say a few words, but that he could not be heard by tho crowd. When ins formed that whatever he said would be communicated, he said he wanted to say a few words to his young friends; that he wished to say to them to avoid drink— never to dxink at all—to take the advice to witness the exeou- of no one, about anything, that was not for the murder • strictly right and honest; and to take his CUHf VILLI, BBD Bin K COUNT V, TEXAS, JOLT ENGLAND'S INTERESTINCUBA. 7 3, 1889, EDITOR AMD PBOPKIETOR' . sT7 white had ' ft buy it a he Poe person been executed, under the sentenoe of a court in the oounty, and but one negro.— Af/fhe impress...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 3 July 1869

Til mNQAKB. CHARLES DE MOBBE, EDITOR, ft PROPRIETOR OLXiaa:s v ille SATURDAY JULY Srd, 1809. •AYLO - f ■ Ti V We are authorised to anaouoce Col. R. II. TAYLOR, of Fuuit county, m • mmlidalc for iUpreusnlatiTe In tho Congroi of Ut« I'atUd 8taU from tbta DUtrict. tSf Wo are authoriied to umubn WM. J. KWAIN,M a candidate for Sheriff, of Red River Ccuotj, at tbe coating elootUn. * W* art aulboriied to annonnc* OKO. T. of Marion county, a* a candidal* lor ro election to Uie office of District Attorney, for tbe Htb Judicial DWtriU. ■8U'We aotboriied to aznouncod ARVIN WltlOHT, K«q ,'ol Kllia county, *■ acaadidale (or ttargree* of tbe United State*. fro* W Congree- ai«iial District. SOT We are author!wd to announce JOSHUA - •cw,,u- triot of Texa*. Mfc. Wi are authorised to IIKNRY 1.1TTLK, ae a candid*to for bbiriet of Red River County, at tbe eieot ion'under the new c'onstltntion. i una Onptaln el Clerk The Topic* of tbe Day, Thursday night's wail did not bring us many exchanges, and beyon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 3 July 1869

MRS** n i , a"L f "**1% m ■ TERRIBLE TRAGEDY ;IN ILLINOIS. A HUSBAND BHOt BY BIS Witts AT THE BBD- MDB OP HIS CHILDREN A Rockford. lit i correspondent of the Chicago Evening Post, gives the follow- ing account of a tragedy in that place on tbe 28th oi May : The parties to this dread(nl affair were married some three or four years ago in this county, and have since then resided in his city, the murdered man, Dixon, di- viding his time between carrying on the trade of a gonmaker, aud hunting game for the Chicago market. Something over a year ago trouble grow tip between them—it is alleged by thoso Who know -chiefly at the instigation of the father of If ra. Dixon, who was a med dlesome man. In August last, her fattier. Thos Lake, came to Dikon's house, and ordered her to get her clotbea packed as h® •J8 jpjjBg tO fttko her home. She com- *!!K Wiiu Mb request, and at onco left with her lather, going to his residence, six miles ip thf country. A few weeks alter this occurred, Dixon wont...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 3 July 1869

SOUTHERN PACIFIC. L m- '¥!* If 'vf 1 -t: ii ■'is W- ■ h ■ ■ . .-rTfr-. — If 1 A ip I K i r I *r3 - ajarV ■ - S' \ THE ROUTS which lousvii J.K ovuiit 1'athonlzk. |Prow (be Courier-Journal ) Id your iraue of June 2d lite following paragraph tppctra, speaking of the rail- road from Shreveport to Marshall: "There is now no railroad enterprise in the cOuolry that Ih attracting more atten- tion, or that can preaent more cogent ar- guments favoring its extension across tiie continent, , Ana just hero it is well to re- mark that wo are advisod that, of all the railroad projects now before Congress so liciling aid, this is the only one making any progress, and, what is still more wor- thy of notice, it is the only one in which parties interested hare mi (Helen i confidence to invert their money." Whilst the writer can havo no ppwible objection to the progress of that enter- prise, it is certainly an nmrae statement which Is made above. This corporation, in which some of our best citizens are...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 July 1869

\ JijH CHABLEB aaiaH r bHORSlj I? ii .. . it "** v IP . | . Ml jh#< * ■* 18 " "J LONO : r<Tt "T UTC f D L 27. x, S5S5S^MSof^fu3ls7 . to the repot t of Col. John B. 'South Carolina, which was to be prated with the proceedings • last Comiaoroial Convention, re- oent\y held in (his city, thcsouthfirn man- Wan now make yarn cheaper i north by 5o. upon each pound ed cotton. Yarns can be and delivered in Europe at than the Cottoncan be ex- anufaotured in Liverpool or CLilKSVILLI, RED RIVER DOB ' manufaotu nents are Gen. Prim, the distinguished chieftain of the recent revolution in Spain, was the commander of the Spanish force sent to Mexico, and was bribed into sending back the Spanish fleet. Gen. M. .reviewed oth- er characters in Spain and Cuba, and said Itbat with thh antagonistic interests now at work in Spain; a civil war could scarce ly be avoided, and that civil war will re - salt in giving theCabaus the liberty which they so mnc'u deserve. Cuba, in a milita- ry point Of view...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 July 1869

>• 7 "1 m m i t '4^- gravity and wis-> dona. The 8t*ml«rd imr girt* bad adviee, rilni wild, or aelb oat to speculator* apoa the is tow in tho J i dealt gently der. The ooljr signs of age |£ D I T O R , mm «• PROPRIETOR ILLS •peculator* apoa SATURDAY JULY 10th, 1809. iKranty, m wadiM. tor Congr*M of the DaKoa BUXm wild, pnWie.--Oal. Civ. " Wfc. We are not much is tbe Ubit of pub- lishing commendatory notices ot our paper, for which wo make no extraordinary pretensions giving only part «r our time to it.ipnf the era not admitting great expenditure in Jour- nalism within the limits of the late Confedera- cy, f accpt in come few favcrod localitl But we hop* to be exeased for inserting the kind recognition of a Journalistic compeer of ■laity yean, whose good opinion wo value. WflK' Baa ,'•< Ellis eemtty, ss acaaJl J tc ipr t tho.L'oiud States, Mm hip Cwgrer Thursday morning a boil of cotton two thirds g^own, wfts brought in by James Wallis, and Thursday evening one of simi- lar ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 July 1869

' «M8P^ "SIB i> fc I 6,8 Wenffjfl WM jeatouB Of I married to £nr Weeks, ll two feet ttialatiilbrtlof fchotelMidtoabo,.. '•Look tW 1 want you to pay ypur and you must! IA have asked you often enough fcrir/hmMtell you sow that you imftleaviTtbe hffutemitil you have paid od 1" said tbo lodger. **1H stay up^af «tt uv«:<rt f - it" "flood r with you ' ' ji* "'.. „ Aii Chicago reporter wbp attended a ipriftg opening of a fashionable millinery, Sayt o^tt/f'4 cabbage leaf trimmed with throo red pepper* and a drlad cherry seRs for #86. Its oalied a jockey; has one groat advantage—-can b? eaten as a salad wlsm the Mason ohangos. Ope composed i sighs and a bit of pink-colored fog Sored cheap at 955. RC*TSdl IN THK DISTRICT CDTOtT OF THE UNITED 8TATE8. For (As Western District qf Texas. ... . u In Bankruptcy. tbe matter of E. B. Rollins—BANKRUPT: Western District of Texas, ssi This is to give notice, that a warrant in Bank- y baa been issued by Douglass Reevee Rett- of the District Court o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 July 1869

/■ '-r ■m mi m m-. WW 7 * - - ■ ; -. . jjmjjff§ % Abetter from A.^f* Brown ^ j>pe r^ m Hi-rltHttonc of Mr. Pollard iu his fortbcom- ing "Life of Jeffer oii Davis." * Some ex- tracts, pat forth 8« advertising feelors,ltavo already appeared from theaimtJbnced book —among other*,one charging that on Jan. 36th, 1861, a secret revolutionary Junta met at the Capitol in Wnshington, compos- ed of the United States Senators from the seven Southern States, by which % com- mittee v as formed to take control of all po- litical and military operations, the seisuro of Uie posts, &e„ was dictated, and the whole work of revolution done—those Sen- ators all tho while occupying their seats in the Sena*e. ' 11© this charge, Gov. lit own replies: "I da not know thatjt a worth while to contradict anything that Mr. Pollard may say; but in this instance he gives dates, names, places, acts, &c„ with so much ap- parent precision,as to throw over his story an air of truth,and yet if there is one w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 31 July 1869

'M <m i ■■■■ «mw m - * ■ $#*%• m m ilHfhiV! ill i ' "4* t ^ jt MwlL • '- w ^ • p " '.ill «# / II# *" * ' * |S|m r,!4-' ;a* :'v ';, -~a k. 1. - . ■ ■; t: J 1 ■ i ■ m>. 4 -i- > - v*%i,3t... "-'41 Ift | * %| • CI4U.ES DeMORSB, ■■uJm i *■&*$&< "&• ' ^ym k t> ■ persona)!, t different lywitb practicable ay be fixed for the possibility of my,. I—1 counties of the .tnunjui Hi iifi i u from tuc Con mention Tho Legislature, if elected under this 1 stitution, will consist of ex-Oonfedei and so sailed Republicans who act_ the former. Tie Executive and Jo" departments will be filled with officeri though they may not be disqualified the 14th amendment to thte Constit are. and have been hostile to. the Na _ and the fate intehtwn to I "We do most earneetjy and solemnly wlored Unionists-will be as bad as it it against that provision in the pro- during the darkest days of. the rebellion. ( Constitution which extends the right I ' tiik kkmedy. suffrage to all those who volun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 31 July 1869

m t A Quango ice a sudd I iK P I T 0 11, & ■jabVm«j*m jee & ~sr i ii t*: lATfrKxi.\rjt'Ly 8ith, tgr *• tutliorited to nnuoun-c Col. B , TaiI.hu, of Kauoia counly, at' Mndidile for lifpresentatlre la tk« Cgntfc*) o| tit* United Mate* from (his Diatrivt. , J- „, aiiiii' - ■ -—■ — ■' MMf Ofjntt TfjI. J. I for BliWitl, of Hwl Mi tor election. | OJ-:O. T. f-ir re for Uie KWAIX.m. CouDly, at IK ced uncfor arrc?f;«nd withdrawn from iltc commission. '•There- hnngi* ><i tele" we suppose; but we hasa,. not heard the talc, and cannot tell it. We supposed of course that all the members of so important a Commission wore inar- rellogsjy proper MnMp-Vbyt wherefore this change ? NoboJty condescends to cn- lfgjitcn.tw ; but T! Is certainly fl strange .change of purt t ip treat one of Ibo lodges like one of the prisoners accused ofhoin- oua crime. However be merely considers himself unSer gontlemanly suspension—he dors not grace flio stoeknd'". Wc 1<nnw oJntiti Usi" WrWTf 1 •jo a daf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 31 July 1869

' ' SECOND ASH *f OP THK R£D RIVE AfiRltSDLTUIilL & - ASSOClJ I* htid fet ChrhHB,, T'-^, ^^.#b*8DAT THE 12XH 01 OCTOBER ♦ And to Continue Four Day* or mov. j*1,156PF;/EK R&i|jkjff T.'F. jDlCK, K f w. rc* *_ Hill havo received prcmmiaafr- iVlli Auv poison exhibiting shy wtock, . f Utiole for premium, not being a men JE^C. ,MOSBY, Secretary^' bin J. Gi B. W. W. tinmen a, W. P. ClRtterbuek,- J.C. Caldwell,. J. C. West, " II. D. DcBerry, B. N. Barry," Milea Reed, F. M. Sims. •JL -it****"- mi^miD4r w,q?. ASSISTANT MARSHAL. .... f ' I I fiULES AND REGULATIONS,' 1. Ths Board of Dircotors uiay expel any member from the association for rude.Or dls orderly, 01 uBgantlemau\y.behuvior at any of ■ ••• 2. Spirituous liquors shall not bo sold or drpnk upon tho grounds of the fair. 8. Thoro shall bo appointed by the Presi- dent fwo or more Marshals, whose duty it y e to superintend tho exhibition of Stool?, preservejprdor, and see that all stock and other « ^articles entered for exhibition ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 31 July 1869

PR 41 ass If CI •S.c -I. 1 i* ii a '1' i | : If } A DEAD GENTLEMAN ALIVE. AXUrUEMOFg A*0 m<XU8K*t'L CONI IDtNCK UPtUATIO*. ht mm th# New York Sun, Jbit>e 16. Some two years ago one Walters, a wealthy resident of the upper part of Man- hattan Island, died. He left a widow of JHMI jnet'22, and tra children to share with her 6 Volemn oathtliat Jeaonett* Yillard and " Uwe estate which lie had par;ljr e rn- the yet aaborn-child shorid be cared for sabt - - - lier swear, upon headed knees,that bis wife and child should be her care—should never feel want—end become as her own daugh- ter and ohild. if she would do thishe could die happy. What woman of Mrs. Walters' mind and heart would hesitate! She for- gave the deception—forgave him for mak- ing love to ber when his heart and hand were not free to be disposed of, and took ed as a broker in Wall strest, and partly inherited from his father, who had gone be- foie him, Mr Walters' remains were placed in a splendid tomb at GreenwooJ, nn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 August 1869

I. f" -iU's. i ' pi %] l^*^tpyiP§S wmmmam iSUWH •* , *** w ■i fE I ^ iff#'t -11 MIMjfl -y^.- • 0H1BL18 DtKOBSB, LOTO uuuora EDITOR. T0L.27. (! L1RK S VILLE, 1KB ft I ¥ 11 11 lift, T11J I, lUBDSf, 7 , 186 9, ,o. ■ >T. M THE FLOOD. The Advertiser contains the following particulars of the destruction of property and Buffering and danger among the people of Baetrop county daring the late disas- trous overflow. The Advertiser states that on Tuesday last, 8th July, its effect* were ttOit seriously felt tn that vicinity. The |N* et Bastrop was said to be sixty-five Rat Many persons narrowly escaped wtA their livea, after days of great peril aadaufferli We are pained to learn that on Sunday last the bridge on tho Guadalupe rirer near Victoria, was destroyed hy the flood. Houses, fences and the crops in the hot* torn have been swept away with the besom of destruction. By the last accounts the river was still rising, and the damage it is believed will be of the most unprecedented character...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 August 1869

is® \ n s -i \ 1 & ff* CHARLES PDlTOR.t P'ROTBr Oft OX.JL RKS V Z X, SATtWDV* MMftjaTTtW W(W. *:1 19* We Are suthoriieJ U> announce Col. R. H. Ta U H, of Paaaiar 400ualf|, a* h oaniiUUle for Itcprraentalive iu-^ioiConirtu #f I lie Uait*! Huit from liits District. , jy Wi w iiiiiw>iiii ii wo numbe Democrat, a ^TSSSWB®*01 ■* >Mw SM. We are uUtorlied to announce QUO. T, Tci$S®7 of'MajW fcoaaiy, iur^ candidate' for fe eteetm W> t be otte '«r iMetkitft Attorney, f«r iho Wh Judicial BUiri+ -i?V Jtefhl- |gk IVe a itlu>rl r«t to atiQ0t.<Ke4 ittVIN WHTCUT, l.'Q , vl Kflis coutlly, hi «o*n;lid tti ior ( orp!ri— of ihi" Ignited Wile j, Urotti !i'* Cpngft - «ioiuil Utatrlm. ImT Wo are luitbsrluil lu mmoiinr# jOSHl'A I-'. Jpll.NjitlN, Km., of Titan vogtitjr, *■< ir*ndi- 'for CongrfHK, ftiun jtuv Cnngr'w.MjJui-'lib- trirf of Texas. ■S . We re nultiOri/.H 10 mmounce CftT/Ulu 1'KNHV 1.ITTI.K. iw r>itnliU*| i fo HUliicj Cli of Ked Hi* r Co>tiuy, at thf> clsi.tiou .;...

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