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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 January 1848

-- iv-'. 4.. - - 4 " LATEAND IMPORTANT FROM .The schooner Portia Oapt. "Wakcraan arrived here on Sunday afternoon having sailed from' Vera Cruz on the 1st inst. We are indebted to the courtesy of a gentleman who came passenger on her tor a package of letters and papers. The steamer Maria Burt was to have left Ve- ra Cruz the same day and the bulk of the mail was placed on board of her; but our faithful correspondent at Vera Cruz took the precaution of duplicating some of our letters by the 1'ortia The news by this arrival in very impor- tant and first of all the story about Santa Anna's being at the head of 18031) men threatening and overawing Congress and the despatch ofGen. Worth to Querctaro to protect Congress all turns out to be mere moonshine; no more authentic than Gen. Scott's famous entry into Mexico in the middle of July last. A gentleman j thoroughly conversant witn Mexican ai- lairs who came passenger on the Portia assures us that from the best information he could obtai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 January 1848

-- "- - stffgr 3" "' 4; ;-" 5 "I . c ! i r; j- & mnM'-ijauy.gaui muwcr :-t 'I? KIT IB Y Jram tte Cihcinnatti Gazette." LINES BY WM. D. GALLAGHER. Oh think not less I love thee That our paths arc parted now; For the stars that bum abovo thee Are not truer than my vow. As the fragrance to the blossom As the moon unto the night Our love is to my bosom Its sweetness and its light. Oh think not less I love thee That thy hand 1 thus resign; In the Hcav'n that bends above theo I will claim thee yet as mine. Through the vision of Life's morjiing Ever flitted one like thee; And thou Life's lapse adorning Shall hence that vision be. "In this misjudging world They picture death a fearful tyrant; Oh! believe it not. He is an Angel As beautiful as light that watches over The sorrowing spirit here: And when its weary pilgrimage hath done Unbars the gate of everlasting light And vanishes forever. 'Uq.-u.mmiH ii frWMi ' j'jiajjca CALENDAR FOR 1848. 03 S -i -. " j: v. 2 - -" j - JANUARY 1 2 3 4 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 January 1848

mi rv w 31 rf.;3."T . tub at CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZB-THE STANDARD OF THE FREE EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL.5. CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS -S ATURD A Y JANUARY 15 1848. KG. 3s; Standard. sw :-: -- y. - Bra fiLa ntirtiierii P v LK ft PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SISGLC COPIES O.N'C DIME. TERMS: TilENoRTiituK Sta.n-dvdd is publMied erv Saturday upon a Urge size impel ial sheo. li .v.iih.. f.niishcil ios.ubscriL';ia al $4 per an num in alliance or fins dollars at the ei:d of (lie Toliime if paid in cash. Advertisement. will be iii-ertcJ at one dollar per square for tlie firl inserlion.aiul tidy cenU for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or unik-i Mill be enn'idered a -.iiuare. One line ovcra square will be considered two. over tncniv ihrec. &.C. Yearly advertisements not exceeding; ton line xill be inserted for $15 per annum. Not eicecding twenty line- 220 pe' annum. Not exceeding .-ixtj lines 50 per annum. For announcing candidate-for Congiess Leg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 January 1848

35- k ar dasinsr a sufficient '"quButity of food for their supportand a surplu'sto dispose on ID their neighbors ino comtorts oy which thoso who have received even a very limited education and have engaged in agriculture arc" surrounded tend grad- ually to draw off their less civilized breth- ren from the precarion mcan3 of subsist- ence by the chase to habits of labor and civilization. The accompanying report of the Secre- tary of the Navy presents a satisfactory account of the condition and operations of the naval service during the last year. Our commerce has been pursued with in creased activity and with safety ana suc- cess in every quarter of the globe under the protection of our flag which the Navy has caused to be respected in the most distant seas. In the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific the officers and men of our squadrons have displayed distinguished gallantry and have performed valuable services. In the earlv stages of the war with Mexico her ports on both coasts were rne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 January 1848

S$SS&g25&nr 53 ir --is. -" -" t D -c eontumcliolrejitf go rernmentiof honorable erms of - pacific - . on and-tllie-preposterous and insolent proposuiuuB Bumuiuv-u ..u ur u....u.ui.- er at the city" of Mexico we hold it to-'he the duty of ourgovcrntnent to prosecute the xtnT with .additional vigor until full and- maple indemnity shall be attained for ihc pnst and satislactory security against future aggressions by an honorable and bf ' J ' r--.-.-.- . 10th. That the sentiment engrafted in our immortal declaration of independence 'enemies in icar in peace frinids' is the uni- versal and instinctive impulse of patriot- ism; and we exult in the fact that a vaM majority of the people oflvcntucky of all parties has at all times recognised itj truth and nobly illustrated its influence. 11th. That (lie gratitude of the nation is due to Generals Scott and Taylorand the gallant officers and soldiers of our army for the noble manner in which they have sustained the military character o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 January 1848

Il-I II II II "Z9?!&?apZ5s?Z - T5""w PfP5 r TT-t&r "'Tr -jr"" v er. rf WI HAVE MET.: AVc have met and have loved and have With never a tear nor a sigh; parted And each was as gay and light-hearted As though neither lover was by; But the smile and the laugh came unbidden By mirth to the lip and the eye And the sigh aud the sob that were hidden Gushed freely when nooile was nigh. We-may niecr.und may smilc.but we never Can moot as we once met again For the love that so thrilled us forever Has left us to languish in pain; And the heait-streams which oncein their gladness Flowed brightly through passion's do- maiu Are frozen while memories of sadness Flit spcctre-likc over each brain II. II. glj.il-. r-! uu.j-.-mj- CONGRESSIONAL SUMMARY "THIRTIETH CONGRESS FIRST SESSIO N SEXATE. December G. At the usual hour the Senate va call- ed to order by Vice President Glo. M. Dallas the presiding oiliccr. The Rev. Mr. Sheer delivered an ap- propriate prayer after which twelve new Senators ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 January 1848

rr The Standard. f-.-v tljw . ;CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHAXX-OUK BANNER BRAVE THE BfiEEZE-THE STANDARD OF THE I'REE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. -VOL.5. CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 22 1848. 3V O. 39 N o r t h e r n -PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. .Ysi"NGLF. COPIES ONE DIME. .." TERMS: iTisrSTANnAifn is furnished to ubscribers at $4 p-r annum in aJta.ice. or fife dollars al die end of the r iliine if paid in ciH. ' Advertireincnts uill be insyrieJ at one dollar I jniTiinnaiin i ccnii 10. remains to be told. But they are by no means confined to his new physical na- ture. There are wants of the mind wants of the soul The mind struggles for expansion; it would "fly at infinite" and gather intelligence from the unknown and allay its thirst for knowledge at the pure fountains of heavenly wisdom. The soul would shake off its habiliments of corrup- HBfnnra IflT th C.T. each subscuiicat ineriiii.--rcnline nr under tion and mortality and clothe itself in the .will be cnitMiiercd squ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 January 1848

- ?'. "5V. THE STANDARD. A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL ACVOCTISO EQ.UAL RIGHTS "PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN AND 0?FOKD TO ALL t'HHTKRED MONOPOLIES. CLARK SVILLE SATURDAY7 JANUARY 22 181: For Anscsmh. IrY are authorized to announce JOHN M. IUV1NS a. a lauJid tie fur Ai.sesor and C.il- lectorofKed liner County. For fshcriflt a J- Ve arc autliorizci! to announce LEWIS I). CARRY as a candidate for Shcrill'of lied River County at the next election. QJ- We are authorized to aiinonncc COL. HUGH F. YOUNG as a candidate for Slicrifi' of Red River County at the next election. O' We are authorized to announce JOHN 11. DUKE as a candid ite fur SherifTof Red Ri- v r County -t the next election. OJ Wc are authorized to announce COL ROBERT S. HAMILTON as a candidate for SherifTof Red RiverCountyatthe next election AGEN TS FORTI IE STANDARD. Gen. E. H. Taku.vnt Navarro Co. Dr.B.Gr.AiiAM J- Bufialo.Hendcrson Co M. M. KxtciiT l'.M. Greenville. S. K. McGov.es Esu. -B"diam. JoiisR. Chaddock Esq. I Paris Ln...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 January 1848

"SWSSWS:-; r V 9 I y L r aidered under the direct command of the ' general-in-ctilef'and inf correspondence witlf hinruntil furtfeeForder-. By command of -Maj. Gen-eral Scott. Thefollowing)rderpf Qtri. Smith was perhaps aimed at the order of Rosa mentioned above by cur correspondent. Uffi National Palace. 1. Any decrcerof the General Govern ment of Mexico affecting or modifying the political rights of those living m the CB OF THE tJlVIL ARD 1 MlLITART GoVERXOR -Vex. Dec. 10 1847. J the territory occupied by the American the Medina 21 milesnorthwcst of San An- army is null and any attempt to promul-j tonio; Capt. S. High Smith at Frcder- gatc such decree as effective or to enforce .icksburg; Capt. Jr.s. P Gillclt on the it' without the consent and approbation of Saco 00 miles north of San Antonio and the American authorities will be consid-1 Capt. M.B. Lamar on the Rio Grande ered and punished as a direct opposition ( at Larcdo. Capt. S. P. Ross was muster- to them. ( ed into the ser...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 January 1848

T"?sW" -i JI Jtx iWDBITi&lr " TKEDEAX. Tho dead are crcry where Tho mountain aide the plain the woods profound All the wi'dc earth the feitilc and the fair Is one vast burial ground! . Within the populous street In solitary liomc3 in places high In pleasure-domes where pomp and lux- ury meet Men bow themselves to die. The old man at his door; The u'iwej:ied child murmuring its wordless song; The bondman and the free the lich.the poor All all to death belong. The su.ilig'it gilds the walls 'Ofkiaglv sdpaleiirei ea-.vrought with bras; And the long shadow of the cypress falls Athvrsrt the common gross. The living of gone time B.ulded their glorious cities by the sea And awful in their greatness sat sublime As if no changes could be. There was the eloquent tongue; The poet's hcait; the sage's soul was thf-re; And loving women with their children The faithful and the fair. They were but they are notj Sans rose and set and earth put on her bloom. Whilst man pubmittins to tho common lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 January 1848

- -. I orthern Standard. CHAS.' DE MORSE. LONG SHALL OUR BANNER DUAVE THE II R E E Z E-T IE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. B!nr VOL. 5. CLARKSV1LLE' RED RIVER COU.VTV TEXAS SATURDAY" JANUARY 21) 1843. .4 i.i.mj-tfyA.w lIUIiJ"il mWJi?j'9rwiiwm.wjii PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. sixglc conns o E dime. TERMS: TheStiniucd is furniMicit to snVcribers :it 1 per annum iu advance or five dollar- at the cud of the volume if paid in cash. Adveriiscineiilt will be in-end at one dollar per square tor tin- fir-i iusi-ilinu.and tiPy cents for each subsequent itiscriit.ii. 1't.n lines or tinder will be considered a -.q'larc. One lino otera square will be considered two. overlircniy tlircc. &c. Pnn! nr ntli.-r vtanilino- n.Uerl'semcnts. not V'.cei.dins ten lines in Icn.Ii iwelic ilollar- per mencement of flic session gave you all rimuin. Such iidierii-cniriit and ti.iin.r lur one -the necessary information in relation to "OYERNOjl WOOD'S MESSAGE to tun LEGISLATURE or THE STATE OF TEXA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 January 1848

2i k 5& r --i- "jEfc BDltMK - "-..-- - ? 4 :..' rom impressions of my conduct no less at war with my duty as an officer than unjiiat to reputation as a gentleman. Accept my dear sir assurances of the regard with which I have the honor to he Your obedient servant Signed GID. J. PILLOW .uaj. ucn. U. 3. l. Major Gen Scorr. 3. 5Iajor Gen. Pillow to Capt. H. L Scoft A. A. Adjutant General us follows Cnv ok Mexico Oa. 22 IcU7. Captain Inasmuch as that representa tions have been made to tite gencrai-iu--chief anil to others in regard to removal of the two howitzers at Chapultepec on the r3th September imputing to me u knowledge cf their intended removal which represcntuiioiss are erroneous and are calculated to prejudice my character and conduct as an ohiccr I deem it myJ duty to demindaCourt of Inquiiy. inves- "tiiitc the facts and ci"Ciiiii-tanccs connec- ted vwill. the i clam al of tho-e guns from their carriages and from Chapultepec by when removed and whether with my knowledge and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 January 1848

before the expiration-of the pe'riod.of their under the Drovisions.of this act shnl Ihe enlistment in consequonceof-wounda re- laid upon any lands of the .United States ccived or sickness incurred! in tile course 'to' which there shall lie a Src-eihption of such service. right or'upon "which tli'cre shall bp an ac- 2. The representatives of such persons tual settlement and cultivation: Provided as arc mentioned in the proceeding para-' "uWicr That every such non-commis- grapu wno may ute in me service or after being discharged and before the issuing of a certificate or warrant. 3. Non-commissioned officers musi- cians and privates who have been muster ed or may be niustcred.for twelve months 'ccive such certificate or warrant or a m any volunteer company who nave scrv- treasury scrip for one hundred dollars ed or way bo mustered for twelve j and such scrip whenever it is preferred' montli3 in any volunteer company who 'shall be issued by the Secretary of 'the have sorved or may serv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 January 1848

- j - --iAnnss o.OIa: Y iXTmtor. Upon Ins TiTm'iA? 'WSBcaker. Mr.;Wiullirop was ....wi..-i7.V in il.n .-hair bv Mr. AHnton of Onioaml Den. McKay of .North Caroli- na. On taking the chair Mr. Wfnthrop addressed the House as "follow.-: " 'GjiitleLuii nfl'ir fautc of Representa- tives of tin UnihJ Slides I am deeply ..ii!ili- of the h'-iKor which you have con- (-'-.. I ... mi hv the vote which has ittst been announced and 1 pray leave to cvprcss tny most -rratoiiil acknowlcug- incuts to those who have thought me worthy of so d:stiiigiishcd a mat k of their cQnlidcnec. " "When I ieinr:iilicr by whom this chair has been tilled in other years and Mill more when I reflect on the constitutional character of the body befu-c inc. 1 ran- nat hut feel that you" have assigned inc a position worthy of any man's ambition and far above the rightful reach of my own. I approach the discharge of its duties with a profound impression at once of their i;iittv mid of their difficulty. Seven vuaw .of serv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 February 1848

J?- The is?" griMnvj . 1 . ntamn nsH XT DEMORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BKEEZE-THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL.5. CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 5 1848. NO. 41. " T PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SINGLE COPIES ONE DIME. attasenaw TERMS: TheStandard is furnished to subscriber at S4 per annum in advance or five dollars at the end of the rulume if paid in cash. Advertisement!) will be inserted at one dollar per squire lor the first insertion and fif'' cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or under will be considered a square. Oue line over a square will be considered two. orer Iwentv three. &c. Cards or other standing advertisements not oxreedin; ten lines in length iwchc dollars per annum. Such advertisement and paper lor one ve.-.r; fifteen dollars per annum. Not exceeding twenty lines S18 pc annum. Not exceeding sixty lines S-tl) per annum. For nennnncin? caniidates for Conjripss Lcg- shc was launched into eternity! Not a wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 February 1848

M'aJMJ W T-" s.fc ai well as to tha construction of roads and the improvement-of harbor3 and riv- ets was fully asserted and exercised Among other acts assuming the power was one passed oa the 20th of May 13 25 entitled-"An act for improving certain Earbois and !ho navigation of certain riv- r and creeks and for authorizing sur- veys to ba made of certain bays sounds and rivora therein mentioned." By this Oct largo appropriations were made which were to to be "applied under the diroction of the President of tho United 31 ':-'- "-;7r;rTTrt.rrH;rr- witnessod by the provisions oflhis. from the transfer of tho power to Con- constitution and hashes .;crci.scd to the ucre among in se winc.i had tho present day by prescribing general rules "lill and bills of similar character. In th : ftes O n nmtmrtt ... n 'I r'.iiita r i f.n I ....vol n - ... .i.un;- j rtiiu ui.uiubj ui i.iuituiidi voi:.i iuiciio o: .initio nil n 11:11.00 111 iir.i..ii ................. ... 1.1 i. 1 . 1 general conventio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 February 1848

fSSaeTaspS fS-rJSf-'- --T:-f--"-rl ?P55'75sssi3S?9SiBH bcc s& ..i- -a T "' - S"! P.i'lf.-;' - .OM " Luf :s -.W - - 5 - V-' - r2g ZVSJVU ' caroo -inevitable. Indeed to wage and 5re3 was unju-t and should he abandoned; pro&&:utc such a war wa3 the very con- a;td Amission unfounded in fact and dition on which Paredes had succeeded in J degrading to our national character." warping the government of hb country. J 5- Resolved That wc are not in the HeJttoa hassmiiled upon thojust cause; i ieast alarmed at any purpose of annexing e.-ful. aa3 tEa character of our country has .Mexico ti the United States. a3 it has nati . r .ii- j i - . . ..- .: f i .. . . . . oeoa muHiraieu oj a rapid Bucccaeion ot iul "me lormcu one ol tne ouiectJ. a::d Truth fearcth nothing si much rs con- cealment and de-ircth n tiling so iiik:Ii as clearly to In- laid open to nil. When it is most naked it ismoat lovely and pmr- brilliant and astonishing -victories. The exploits ot our army have elevated our...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 February 1848

- '' - - ; T" 5&&r -- - ' S I 1 & sss i. "Jtr v. I'M TOO UUSY. A merchant sit at lnsoihce desk: van- l UL ilia utuw ww ....... Suj-lettcrs were spread .before him; This . . . . ; 1 ? i :i wh o hMntr was nosoroea in me tiurica-. rip-) nf his business jt ztrftlotts friend of tnanliind centered his office. Mr.- ; I Wont to interest you "a little in anew ettorl lor the temperance cause" said lhe"good man. The merchant cut him off by rcply- inet r s "SirA:ou must excuse me but really. lm too busy to attend to that subject now." . But.- sir. - luteinnerauce is on the in crease among us" said his friend. "Is it? I am sorry; but I'm too busy at present to do anything." "When shall I call again sir?" ' "'I cannot tell. I'm very busy every Jay. Excuse me sir. I wish you a good morning." Then bowing the "intru- der out of the office he resumed the stu- dy of his papers. The merchant had frequently repulsed .the friends of humanity in this manner. No matter -what was their object he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 February 1848

v-:--i('"r'U iiz -?r ' v?--pTr '-X M-'oaint v ... ji.i ca. u3r Mtl fits .TjGi.Ttoin tn -lit sl !o JitUPO n 1 -- ras-.'Ot'-. j-- .it t -' ;GHA SV-D EM O R S E LONG SHALL OUU BANNER BRAVE THE BKEEZE-TIIE STANDARD OF THE FREE. ED JTO R7ANJD-P RO FftfcETtfR . -utTjr r- tj CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1 frH Bj: . t.- ' KW T " A -t . K- it 'il!j - SL ' v1 Bi ' V la ''sk' ' il8y lk'"HISi.iW?'i-s -.Mm. T333!fc TBTbi e$w&o "Hh 4ST&. TEfT&w rma m- &i . hi m.r is m m"m-& fca Eg ga . ressai &a jm mm mm :- w . i "w -. m m -es -rm &j si ; m m a k a? m . & m m m m m j- "" 3 ' " ' n-s- j " : .. F . -. . . lO-iO. . J - .NO . y " PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. il ls r tf a Y.'tftrd'V iJn"s 6r e dime.' c lZzi r t T ? - - . -2.t L1!E3TaKPAK vIcd JOrERMS: 5V . i- nfi n Vfmifih'eJ Vo subscribers a: "S'per JnailWio5Ut auctifcr fire Julfars W l!ie ICDil'oriIin(ilUu'iei lf?fri!d.ill'C.UIt. . KnAdvenUumeirti ikill'be. inseiit:J at one dollar .per; square for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 February 1848

J-.v- & n V n E AHDAHD. k Sis 3 I A DEMOCIUTIC rtEPUBLICAN JOCft.NAL. iSv.ciristf . EQUAL RIGHTS PRINCIPLES BEFORE WEN AND 0TO-F.D TO AU riUVTKltED MJoroLIC. CLARKSVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 12 1348. Eor Assessor. IT We hit authorized to aunounre JOHN 31. BIVINS A a eamlidVe for Afeebftir and Col- Jtctor cf iU-J Rrver Co'ititv. For SheritfT XT We are authorized to announce LEWIS D BA"ftY as a r-ir.dul.itp for Sheriff of Red River Comity at the next election. CT Wc are authorized to announce COL. HUGH F. YOUNG as a candidate fur Sheriff of Red River County at the next electiou. TT We are authorized to announce JOHN II. DUKE as a candidate for Sheriff of Red Ri- ver County -it the next election. 13" We are authorized to announce COL. ROBERT S. HAMILTON' as a candidate for Sheriff of Red RiverCountv. atthe next election. the Rio Grande. This is a beautifully C ffJI M U N I C A T I O N S i co:is:slcat argumont have they forcofcc ' ten. or'do iLl-v U-r w rw n..;.;Nf HE TOWN OF GREENVILL...

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