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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 January 1846

At a meeting ofthe citizens of ClarksviHe on the lDthdav of January the day of the reception of the news of tin final consamma- tion oTJmnexailon Major John A.'Bagby was called to the Chair and John R. Bed- ford appointed Secretary; when the following proceedings were had. On motion of Col. Wra. C. Young it was resolved that a CoraraUtce ot five be appoin ted 10 draft resolutions expressive of the sen tiraontjofthe meeting in relption to the inter ligencejuslreceived. Whereupon the Chair appointed W. R. Scurry Wra. G Younr. J- A. Whittlesey J. W. Latimer snd Charles Da Morse. Oa motion it was further resolved that a V Committee be appointed to procure a suitable person to read the Declaration of Indepen- dence of the U. S and the Ordinance of the Texas Convention accepting tho terms of an- nexation and that the ssmu Committee pro- care a suitable person to nddress the citizens oa Monday the 12ihon the subject ol annex ation. Whereupon Dr. George Gordon S. S. Turner and Thos. D. Lee ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 January 1846

MBUOMIAl f JJortrB. BINGES ' v BT THE- SIRS. NORTON. FrmttlrDraukig Bona Scrap Book for 1816. A Soldier of lis Leglea la dying in Algiers There "was lack cf woman's nurtlng iheri wii dearth of a-oman'sjaais; "" Bat a cerarade stood bes-SIra while hla We uiooa eooea away -ana seal with purine; glances to heir what he night s?y. " . Th si .mL4i. r.tt i T' v.6 mua juisrea is ne wok last com rade haneL-' . And he saH v . BorejU tej fflJ 0jf n mj " oeaaje and. a tok.n to loot distant rrseaciofmlce. ror'l5rx.rn ar Biogca.-st Bu; oa tbe " T" ttJScjjylfert and companion when tbj j& aBd crowd around To feearti?&ionnifal story in thepJexsant vine- yard ground. That waTougbt the battl bravel.-aad when the day was doae Fall many a corse lay EhaS pale beneath the tettiDgaun. Andtntdsttbe dead and dying were some grown oW in wars Thtdeam-Wouadoniheir gallant bract tie Jan erraanrscars : Uuliorae'w.rejroBns aad rjdddeajj beattd Hfe's "siQCBtJecjfeiff And oat baa eons fren Bingr n f.ir Bisr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 January 1846

THl NORTHERN STANDARD M e chas'd'e MORSE LONG 3HALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THK BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR- t - VOL. 3 iu 1 CLARKSVILLE TEXAS JAN. 21 1846. NOAS. - TERMS; The NoaTniRN Stakiusc is publL-Jied everj Wadnesdey.upon a large '-f imperial sheet. Jt "tViUfcc-JuTaishediqeaDacriLen at SI pern- aura ao adTdoce.-tivo dollars at the eiid(nx P aaonlhsorsix doilan at the end oi (he volume if paw in cult ; in Trade or Produce it will btjivt eiolhtrs m ajvtacc six at the end of six muathi.or sveaattUecloe of the volume. Advertisements mill be inserted at one dollar personate lor thr rs; insertion aud GCytcnU for e.ich Subsequent insertion if paid in advance. If ne week fallowed to elapse without payraenUifV atxmoaihs tiro dollars per square wilUe required ica uaes or under will oe cnnMdered a ujuare. Ooi hne er a' square iiit be considered two rer twenty lines ifiree fix. Yearly adtfeilnemcnts not exceeding ton lines will be inserted for $-20 per annum. .oi exce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 January 1846

-3- r Ihe orders of the Bxecijive I -ftf frankly and freely adreij that knowingly rand pro tiipditatoly acted in direct opposition to the -ExecHltve" will" for"! myself auTTmaUy ollfers itfrcfifllyTaware from the raamfnt rearmed atSan .Antonio that Gen. Somtnrrvillel xc. ceived two sets of instructions from the Ex- ecbttvc one intended to gull tho troops and the usually quiet and credulous but then in dignanl and clamorouspeopleand the other for the government of his own conduct re- quiring him by every means in his powrr to disynst the army into a voluntary disband rartit.in ordarthat the President might safely carry-out his peace policy while apparently hnlndrfng and encouraging to the utmost the marital propensities df ths dear people; haJibis nTansuccetded.asituM inn measure hcAvodW rave turned triumphantly to his dupes exclaiming why do you blame me. becauselHe western frontier is Undefended Ihave'-cihausted all the meansin my power for its 'protection I have called out the mil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 January 1846

rfA'i Tbe PsrsiDtNT'sMrssAat. Wethint it Jtnproperlhaf ariy conductor of a public jour naL in the habit of expressing birBjelfajM- ou saatteteof general pabbc concernment! sbocla allow this document to pass by with- out noting hf concurrence or objection to the ppctioas which its author takes and the views he expresses upon questions of greatj National impcilar.ee. Ttfs not at all improbable that we are up on the stepping none of a crisis. At al' events questions ofgrcat important are pro- posed lor the consideration of the people nnd fo whetber the action upon them results in war cr only ia diplomacy it is proper that their discussion should not be avoided that they ahouldnot be laid aside without reflection and determination growing out of that reflec- tion; or left to the undirected action of the National Congress. Co great questions; questions in wbichl the honor or the Country its safety and pro perity are concerned it is proper that the Ooagresg should have the emission of lig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 January 1846

".Jpoctr. EI' -J 7-THE QWL'3 SOUCOQDY - 1B -BT( X. WXSTWCpi). ... TwaslneTtwiIisht tour. rrtih.l-luwHoo I" CaiH tha&f astepeercd the tranches thronjh j -Of the grim eld churcbrard tree. "Tuwhll-trfwhoo! and her!amrf his-winc I'h'ty'afftnotr U'-j'slilfWrmtjSrj "Ura tie kits efhirds. aad Hnoull-tth arrea ' With-iny reyal'-slaie and di-alty ' " To mix r M the vulsirWoii irons; So I WsUtill theha't Iwgui to-fall . Andtha earth Ubosled-hWltbarza them all Wriboy3ofi:nelodioasjcBj-. . . "nuThyz inthe bread daylight Pre naji.!eadoBbt they would 1I be quite - . Aspleaseiand as raote as now ; Bat Vrs'tat aiftgld-and Ihl-lt4ey're rizbl TiatmrtijeJaJagaderson(Klby night And-ray cotes a richer floo " lbaJethfrtfsYhal silly younc bW.s-aia -That brsWrfgfle: vlih fcU tediont strain "!Now really-ii's very wrong He listened toTne cue summer' eve And aver since then without my leare - "??$ rtJ ray 0Js. 'Tuwltnwinwheo.iimfcoo - He'll bes'ensiblcsoon. hir-a vaTa to-fio IMhassdewjih his rivalry ' Ipa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 January 1846

t T H-E NORTHER N STAN DA R D t f CHAS. DE MO'RSEj LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE TUK BREEZE THFSTArtDAKD" OI".THE FREE. EDITipR AND PROPRIETOR j eF - wy- VOL.3. -t CLARES VILLE TEXAS JAN. 2 8 1846. nom. - TERMS? The Northskx Staxdabd is published eTery JTWednesaay.upcn a large aiieiranerial sheet. . It wIIlbe.kraSshelo sabscribefs at S4 per an--nuro in atnce. five dollars at the end of six JaonlhoVsiJ dollars at the end ol the volume if jrnoin cask'; in Trade or Produce it will be five dollars ia .advance six at the end ofEixmoalbsor fc seven t the close of the volume. W Advertisements will be inserted at one ddllar per square for the Crst insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion if pud ia adrauce. If one week is .allowed to elapse without paymentft- ty per cent wili-be added to the charge and alter. lx months two uollars per square will be required Tea lines or unaervvrU be considered a -square. One line over a uartK-ill be considered two. over uventv lines three. &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 January 1846

itiajwiiimar trnsm wmj? m -... i!ik k!l .vaaaIhki in ... -! complisfenent of their niblc ptfno$k lb Ac Ianguafo of the historian TVuitfg "to God and thjansfelves" they enibarkadjiwiuheir smu.'mmjMl-- " cqoalify anii-eaaimcnee under .bet-ante an jpicea iherrtce ofjffe. ' Hire thq&ustenance of the mind is serreu urrto all "alike as the Spartans served their focul upon tho public pciijoua finlorprisc. Pf'. 4 table. Here yoang Ambition climbs his lit. As I sold Tiefosc I shall noT accolnpaayl tie ladder am! bvylsb Genius plumes his half them in their adventurous vdpge. On the 22d day of December 1620 according to our present cohVnutaion.tboir footstep pressed tbe fauious"roekwhichrhas ever since remained sacreda their -en aisled memory. Poets painters and oraAofs have tasked thair powers to do justice tptbJ5 .great scene. Indeed kk full of mora) grapdeurj nethingcan be more beatijHujj more pathetic or jnpr&sublreie. Behold lbe Bjkjoms at they stood oa that cold December day ster...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 January 1846

0 astviat waslhct said by our Chief Magis- trate and if he indulges in ihe same strain.at the opening of Congress on the latof Dec nest I fear iminediatetvar will oshe result: and the war steamers now preparing with such energy'and promptitude will make a ?A upon Portland Portsmouth Boston Kew York Philadelphia Baltimore Char- lestou &c simultaneously tvjlhout giving ns timo to prepire and rests' this incursion. I hope most sincerely you will not be taken unawares. But 1 trust both Governments will act in such away as io preserve the bles- sings of peacej for nothing can be so utterly absurd insane and ia all points of view so in- expedient as war between oar two countries. V a ' Yours &c The Northern Standard. " CLARKSVILLE WEDNESDAYS AN. 23. 1 SiQ 2 We ate authorised to announce DAVID S. KATFAIAN Eq as a Candidate for Repnsea- UUre ia tha United Staler Congress from the Eascrn aad Northern district of Texas. . 3 We are authorized Id announce 1VM.K. SCCIUlYEqr as a Candidai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 January 1846

I" jSi? u 33 o r t r u The lollowg lines are 10 osr finer in'onse-! ly beautiful ; and tbcnh republished in some ft thetjcalDjlton thUsideurftttAHsntlc.havftflrt'e - ly bad the circulation to whiclitbey are-eutitletL They cannot be reao. tiithouV erootkw; turf the kssm they correr. is teaibte in Its emswieslTe- peas earning ifee tost hstsrUto ache at-ibe deso- laiKM whidi itUjss portrayed vilhs "uwcJMjfi uuniouiij aippwerBi; raper. TiIBaiD8BFSIGHS. .- One mwe tHtoneiifoSjV BYeiiutveVs protrHenee WcaryT WelitB1- rfcing estranged. Rashly rrafrtisBtteJ' Gene ID JjM"9trtj I - Where tfce. Iinjps quirer j So far in tic liver .. .. IUI Bier a stent Lift heravr care; . Flora wimfew ami cteement RSiHPwywWfaeny fiMt sarretto baseraetiv iMBaSSrr! tSfceateodwiihflmageeiit - m f - - Htaselets by nt-hL Crrngioj;ReerecnWiThebteak vrtods otMarth Yhiia the ware conftastir Moie her tremble & Drifr frora her ckhing; shirer TVe Ur uF iactantly Bat not the dark arch LoTlcg not loathing. Of the black...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 February 1846

iJH t I II NO ETEB R STiHBifiD M A.1 '-- ? . j j- 1 i '. CHASDEMORSiE LONG SHALL OUR BAKNER BRAVE THR BREEZE THE STANDARD OP TUE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR - - 3 "I -- CLAEKSVILLE TEXAS FEB. 4 1846. 'Jffiite. r r-v; s i r TERMS The Noetmrh Stasoahd is published every neenrsaajr.upon aiar-e sue imperial sheet. It will bo furnished lo subscribers ai Si per an- Sum. ic advance firk dollar si the end of mil raonlhs.orsix dollars aitfce end ot the volume if paid in cash ; in Trade or Produce it will be five dollars in advance sis at the end of six mor.thsor seren at the clo.e of the volume. Advertisement mil be inserted at one dollar per squire for the first insertion and fitly cents for ejei sabaccuest insertion if paid in advance. If one week is allowed to elapse without paynieaufiri- tjr per cent will be added to the charge and after aix months two dollars per square will be required. Ten lines or under will be considered a ujuare. One line orer a square trill be considered inc. over...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 February 1846

PUBLIC MEETING IN SABINE COUNTY. Noainalion of Representative lo Congress. 1 Pursuant to public notlce.a largo public meeting was held at the court bonsein the town of Milam Monday tbe 5;h day of Jan uary A. D.. 1S4G (it being the day of tbe meeting of the new county commissioners toUrt) for the purpose of nominating a suit- able person for Representative in the United fSfcttes Congress TOa motion Robcr t Gellatly Chief Justice .ofratd county was called lo the chair and W. 3 Frazer Esqr.nppo!Mcd Secretary. The object of tbe meeting was explain ed by Col. B. G. Burks after which On motionthe chairman appointed a com miltee of twenty two composed of the follow ing to wit: Col B. G Burks Welford Oliphsnt Col Weathered. A. D. OIiphantEsq. Major Smith Dr. J. C Lawhon Wm. Earl Esq R. A- Hankie -AH- Young Esq S. M. Utawrord -MJajJJohn Neil G.A.NerrordEsqR. T. Gibson Thcs. J Jackson Lewis Latham Mathsw Perkins J. H. McRea S. Causey J. Grawford E.A Whiulesey to draft resolutions &c On wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 February 1846

uaasum iiw nn peeas to be encompassed by an ampoitheatre of timber with open bottom land on the South or inexhaustible fertility. The town is laid ofTon portion of the prairie slishtly dera- ted above the general level of the rsver bot- tom which becomes gradually undulating or hilly some two or three miles further to the north. Since this place was burnt by the orders of Gen. Houston during his hasty re treat before Santa Anna it has had to strug- gle against a policy almostas fatal to its pros- perity as these orders I mean the policy which has left ihe frontier sealers to protect r ihernselves or abandon their homes. But notwithstanding the desolating effects of the warand subsequent desertion by government the early setllcrs.cf Gonsales have continued to maintain their ground with unyielding fortitude and single handed to defend them- selves and their country against the enemy much the same as if no government hed ex- isted. There is now however a cheering prospect that their fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 February 1846

SLUir& wSV THE' WIN D. The wiad is'a bachelor "Merry sad free; He roves at his pleasure O'erftad ana o'creaj -'i SIS ruuics uie iac j- And Be Uset the aowero Ami IS- sirens when heli-lj In a jtvvamine bowersC Jg - He gives to tbe cheek k -Y f.Pt.m m7.n if a lilrw... -V He life's her Warm kisses EsJBjslbeir perfume ; Eat truanllike often The sweets that he sips Are lavished next moment On Jovelierlips. THENIGHTI3 CLOSING ROUND MOTHER. ST B1XST CORNWALL. Tl.e night is closing round mother ! The shadows are thiek and deep I All round ise they cling like an Iron ring Audl'csnnoi cannot sleep ! Ah.IXearea! thy hand thyhand mother! Lei me con thynurting DrcasU They hare smitten my brain witaja piercing pain; Bui 'tis gone and new I shall rest I could sleep a long Ior; sieepnother ! So seek me a calm cool bed; Yon may by me low in the virginsnow With aaoss baek for my head. I would lie in the wild wild wood mother t "Where noughl but the birds are known; Where nothing is scsn but the b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 February 1846

--isaBSK' M"R TBBR NfS T A ED 3. n'4 - - CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE TIIK BHSEZE THE STANDARD OP TilE FHEE. EDITOR AND PROPRIET Q.J i. ft -?!- r- : al r- ?y: ' CLARJESVILLE TEXAS FEB. 11 1846y -A.V VOL.3. tt .sr.t m W'. SJU C a 'sl Eli " ;JL l M ' aag. i ..as .. - TT . T m ! it !" Ill' IH TERMS: The NotrnsaK Standard is published every Wednesday upon a large atzc imperial sheet UtviUbe reralsftcdiOWiMcnuen auriperao- num in l9Bn fi.o ddlar. at the i ed cf sU : months.orsix doHars ai the eud ot the. vuluim.. if paid in casu; in Trade or Traduce it will be fire dollars iu advance six sitae end oftix rauruhsor Tj-n it (luteins nf thf TAltimf Advertiseoenu. will be inserted at one dollar Per square for the Era iBsertton.aad fifty ceau for each subscaueal insertion if paid in advance. If one wefc is allowed lodaprt without paymeatjift - MaXJto.LSX Ten Imes.iatNo'B&r. wiH be considered a q8are. One line oiei a square will be considered tno. orer menu tines three &.c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 February 1846

$ CAIRO. On passing by this celebrated point situa- ted at the mouth o! tha Ohio on onr late re- turn from Memphis we were surprised to notice that the cit y seems likely to be built up on the water Chinese fashion) instead of the 'and. For half a mile up the Ohio boats are ranged one above the other where the owners adTertise in large letters "Boarding and loiging" "Pxorisions- far Sale" "Fresh Beef" "Sugar Coffee Whiskey for Sale." &c and numerous other such notices placarded and painted on the rough sides of these floating storehouses. ULRer- titer. Invasion or Ensl&xp. M. Thiers has published his fifth and last volume in Paris is which he settles the question in regard to Napoleon's intention of inrsdmg England It is an able interesting and impressive nar native and peculiarly admonitory to Eng- land The confidential correspondence be- twecx Napoleon and his ministers on thesub- r.--. ---. -6--M do aisappomimeni oi tnc jmperor at me went; which prevented its occurrence a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 February 1846

c The Northern Standard. CLARKSVILLE WEDNESDAY.FEB.111846 IS" We ars anthorized to announce DAVID S KAUFMAN E-q as a Candidate tat Represen tative m the Umttd Slates Congress frtm the Eastern and Northan district of Texas. KJ- TVe zrc authorized to announce WM. R. SCURRYEsjr.. as Candidate for Representative In .he United State Congress from the Eastern and Northern disiei of Texas. CArnwiici Wjjcted. One more apprentice wanted at this office. A fi excellent oppo nucity is tffcred. for a ho? to arnnlre n lrRrnvlHw nta creditable pursuit in life without expense or fcwuic w u Hiiuts or guaruians. Pork -will be received for Subscription or doe v iue vujgc The Coxo&kssiokal Canvass. "We perceive from the Soda Lake Herald that .Messrs Scarry & Kaufman were to make speeches at RlarshatJ.cn Wednesday last We suppose it will net be long now before the districts are defined nnd the election of members provided for. Mexican- Ruhok. A letter has been re- ceived at Daaksville.from a mer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 February 1846

&mr .4 poetry VBlB!ltTION hi i . ' '-A- L T HA tTC I X'vr I?X: h?ui Hi '' ' Vith"aehin-heart acd buroiibr3ln; -With hand clo'Mpressed upon his'Sfow A Jf lo eatethe thrubblogpalPf what vision elects Idmon.thp3J.aiJ ... Ta coalbeJong daU pagosojerj-e "i Vhal wafces npen ihoseHpa tHe Srttfe s " us UwvaeTBr Voewofjofef 1 Tkl lo A! dari: afid flasblngscj o-h Gives si a strange tayttcrteestllgW; b(7 i.S)' SliaUsfleonTJrtBf4rocoracnsBii " ' No! 'tis AmVilHNa aires hit breast To tread tBeJbtKning path or fame; To fee! btostfby men caressed' To win frofii all a ditWiS name. c JFor this his noblest jear rrgiven -r To eeaeetesr toll ia learning's path; " 'For tbis the Me ofyoulb. are mcaj And everyjoj the cold eanh batb Is east from Ura in score away That he may winthc gtidtd jize; bt poorly can each meed repay Oac frh young spirit's sacrifice. What reeks yen beauty 'mid the throng Okty and thoughtless-Ones who meet Tc spend thshafie of mirth attfl an .' . Amid tbe.tiJVwni's-EUre and beats...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 18 February 1846

(I NOHTHERNST ASM R D . ? -4 CtfAS. de morse LONG SHALL OUR BA'CR BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR VOL. 3. CLAEKSVILLE TEXAS FEB. 18 1846. MM7. Afa TM TERMS: " The Koa-ruKsx Stixdard is published every Uasnesday.vpoaalarge size Imperial sheet. It will be -furnished 10 (ubscrioers st S4 per an- num in advance fire dollar at the nd of sir iQnUjGrsfcc.doiUrm'Jie end ol the volume if paw m cuhj tn Trade orProduce.it willbe five dollars in advance six at the end of aix moathor seven ine close cTine volume Advertisement trill h incrt.l at rw Hollar IXitS .- -- -.-.... .... . .. one ne wwk Uillo?red to ehpse without payraenin - r bef Krn trill H ilri ih tl.o irtrm nrt afir ty per eent will be added to the charee. and afle: mi moailu. lwo doiiars per sauare wilt be reauircd Ten lines or under uill be considered a square. vuc sine over a square via oe eousioerea iw o. oieMwentr lines three &c Yearly advertisements not exceeding ten lines will be inserted f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 18 February 1846

v..-. .....i.. .tuiiuu pa.uinr amen? ihe ous herds of horses; :&ottexaong throughput appearing every good condition; andt was assured flrtf. ti ctwt!M MunniJ hll l?Mtf Mr" iM TiiT-tftflr.fi nrfrABinrrAifiAM lf J?f4.r J2 ?...!... f... .I. ....?...... J? 1..- rYf.UTto ..!.... ...... u.clr L. vuvukiiua w -Tr"" : - $- .- ..-- wvv nvi8fwui tut; AIXilL'tfafinr J UCiff lUtU'W IBM UU3C- US UIW1C "V7l.l.ia UUItlUG . bi r UUII ua Neoperces tribe namcr- samennsliin nursed and cradled Jn iKe same itsaid of nrercnllieithe uae iWz ofnnblicffreTuffPiriiMiilcksanytwBadiiininev ;and some neat stock democratic convention "mid adopted by the s snIimcnUn Mexico from beiatr expressed. ibrec hundrttfhavc found an asylum pafdm'glhaT not only horses' butlgnn.until Texaswasadmitted.but the moment cnuie-and eheep owing to the quality of Ihe i the was adraittcd.ihc peculiar fricndsTTox- grots andmtldness of the climate kept thro'-' as turned and ware going nil tbey could to 1 OtMbeVmter in a good state ev...

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