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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 1 January 1859

mmm , tit*** Sm*!*^,a IWhen % **avmf [ at tbf frtjt.cnt&y at th,{ uniting of &S0T1 Vor^ratituuo to '™ knee, vhloh has nevtw & M to ,j«te: jr relief,;at the most «ritieql periods, of Bfrv 4W s?n ihe 'North *n«i 1** Bonth on the dangeri t subjevt af M again booon* ** |teuae *; ifeevn Wj* 1***#IpT, fi .K «ontfet cy,. Yhe application %nfl£ iiissiiu <rfs^4 nt?-'' * State into the ir.il this n-k*ypw Rotation, and brought «sn^wt out\e more befbre tjie d4 itt L-urc of ivgitd "tVia might, fee ftd _ raid njuiovej the excitement from the! id euntine itjt« the Territory wher$ ft! hjpfii fctt'ij belonged. .Ifach has been' done, I apt Mm t say.-towardj the accuuipiichiMnl of! Is ddriug tie last scssiou of OoagMR,, |Th - Sup vino 0«n rt of the Unitod'StetSnW^ usK de-sided, that all Aonieu citizens n e^ial vifjHt <o take into, the ') eni h:-tt \or is held as property uuder the • of th- States, md to hold such re u " the rjardijinslup of the ft . « > Ion,! as the territorial con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 1 January 1859

sfci 'ii. Il£ ^v.'-'^-'S^M ** fe t ^"-liSS wfa*--*"* upon the what is for pos- 3. « fc r«tfr m« «i* is si <•' ^pro and rapgttf* oftfe® IDtil *** MofM a tjould not' dedhe thev were wha,e Hamilton 1 «OOBtt or to e trade. to receive tbjem, wlp .m tbe ooaat' vpHLunn tioii of NJts next pljace, cT17th ifter the 1 >tbe.other d«- gONpmmetit, In tfejfc i. mainly at- of traiwpof- Ib1852 the snmjf &* f this s<-r- k was bal a fraction abovefepftniliions and a qu rtar. Since thitryearAW 4aa(^aily tncrtwfe- #aatil Hi 1858 * Ja^ifcM jno^g than eight ittiBlbas and a qwaiter.Hrid for the ejkrvice of 1850, tfWjjMutistad.sfc«t 'it .wrill amount to more tli « -fdblWs. j re'pi i of tjie Post Office | DepartUj^f «f* h or to equal 5t#' p meatus of thefegwlation jot' (^agrees. fr> tshoBja^Sf ^^ that jbe deprive*'-0* the ad*a ita- faifjy .^ntitlifi to ^hjoy fro pi ait. Tin; principal remi- nded 16 the consideration of Congress • General, are tb restore the lor- Sfte of portage upon single le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 1 January 1859

ter on, la#thsl, , breaghftogether point. Their meek comt Groceries—I P&nfc Foreign and Djomestie. Clothing,* : lro*^SL . ^7* ii 'wnp > and An pnonwwrtoftk Their sapply e£6*u and oftred* **• very'lewa* I purchaser of moderate q«~*Naaanjd bay aa M i iav«.-^b' -* t«"ns N«w Qrinmm, aajfaag as* wik I jj,,g to sell at; and it comprisae«atrJ«*Mf4mt i;ne, that can lecalledfor. -H ■>■< ? - s *• * iyJefferson, April 10th;185* **■' III AMP AGNE—-eboioesS brands, toaaitfhMr _;liv RH1N&6BB0& Jelenon, Aprilatb. vt'1-' —'c.;.- ; _i_ ■ / i —. in L ii ii WHISKEY—300 barrola, for sale by _v ' RHINE 4 BROS. Jefferson, April 5tb. j c&nvaaaed, for eala by RHINE 4 BROS. BACON—A largo quantity of sides and shoul- ders, hams, plain and Jefferson, April 5th. I7UNCY Groceries—every thing in this U\ia, ' that can be called for—fluids and solids. RHINE d> BROS. Jefferson, April 5th. kOMESTICS— Osnaburgs, Stripes, Denims, 'Kerseys, Cneck*, Calicoes, in quantity, for Mleby RHINE &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 1 January 1859

M §m ?vfw' ' [ f: . V ■ \ ' , k •C'i 1 " :'" WSSSSSBm iapipwpiipMl - ,✓ * fcs.r?' / u oop I States felt ion between their Atbrn- Tbe latter aow Lkwrantoeadegwegpf bt ante on Ike Pacific eoiirt, embracing the imr atimt State of California and the flourishing «rrito- ries dTt>re^oa and Washington.; All couiuier- Tendered secure from interruption. | If ad arm of tfc* te*, eoaiteetihg the two oceans, periefcn* ted «hvo%ir Aiara^ia and Costa I|ica, it could not be pretended, that these States would-have the rigurfo afrest dr retard its navigation, to tha injury «£ other nations. The traimit by land ovfr thin narrow isthmus, oectjpies nearly vhe s!rtn« powtiod. It is a highway in Which they th^twelves have little interest* when com- d v> • th the vast interests of the rest of the orki. Whilst their rights of noverfcifrnty ought be repeated, it id the duty of other nations to r^iiiTe, that this important passage shall not be interrupted, by the civil wars and revolution- ary 'outbrea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 8 January 1859

-4-1 *P*! |- b J -**■'■£ i^m^|iBWgg. W, .i'1 'lM.it W!f5d gr>\*y ■')&***■•$* m\wmm ■nmm fcud&M i '-: -f V 5 t wsss? : yi| •t -H-riv-i m&m in# , ffaSMW* 4i| f< #3 i( CliS# niiw&fti DM 0HJ*jmi. 9 MORaB, THB STAMDiVE^ OF LOZTO SHALL OUR BANNBR BRAVE THB BR FREE! &S; !>'!}■ IWlggl ■aifeft^gr^? f.fi ^V."\ y-|i- y.-ita 'vfl--tfii-: * ■■/; VOL 15, mm L A R K S JIL L E, R E D RIY E R C 0 U N TY, TEXAS, SAT m D A Y, J A N U A RYS 8,1859; From.thi Tntc Ddtai&tk Dec. THE PAClWC RAILROAD. t. . Wo do not deem it all isonmbeat apon as burden our columns with the doing* of Col. powlkcs, Poet, or other persons who nave be- Hue memorable in thiB region from their oon- ection with what one may not unfairly style t*f Pacific Railroad sham—less scrupulous and Dlite persons might say swindle. These gen- enn ii and all others at present engaged in the meut (n the West and Southwest, may be btitiu in good faith and animated by. the best Mentions. In regard to these matters...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 8 January 1859

N>-; &S.-SS. mM ted seised : one v both of the scoun- ghot the constable Another offi- ^ Three jfe confederates Afterwords murderer, whose him „ f ........ heir a few tw mor.. theeourae ^ sjamri ■ 'pr.-vts v . •tatodby the jiftcrior papers, that John ithaaatkitj saccesded in ejecSnj- Jfining Company ifrom/Mi property , i county. ', _ lock of frame buildings, in Sacramento, <m the 2a of December, occasioning IoR6 ^11 ! f •" * ^~' O. Ames, who flhoti and .lille^i (kcut 'Ase. the stagtjdriver, nea^ j Nicolaiuj, *"* , 14th November, for attempting ^ ^°®pb in which be rode, hn ,j'Ween examined before %*fc^i«r''Nfcjoiau5> and discharged. The Ibagistrute remarked that the evidence showed a plain caae ojfn self-defence. • - Some excitement lira lately been caused at Knight's Forty, San |<ljoaqu?n county, &y the finding intMbt neighborhood, of a number of precious stones, such hs diamonds, rubies and opals. Some are said \to possess considerable value. j 1 . j ■ / i '7 : ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 8 January 1859

H. J£FF£B80N,TMJb|& kTlNQ ge stock of C. runudtd it K their oWn J Urge supply of 'voir offer to tbe : Texas, and of all the counties j>, tar tbe largest stock of men hwnadtse «wr (ht together in one establtiah^rnl, at ibis It isir stock comprises Groceries—Provisions, Plantation Goods, . j, Wines and Liqaony \ Bagging, Bopa, Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Clothing, ,L • Iron, Steel, Nails, Hardware, Castings, i | an enormous stock of Queenawnre. leir supply of Grooerirs is ex offered at the very lowest figures—i isser of moderate quantities could buy cm as *Me terms in New Orleans, as they are wil- |t>' sell at; and it comprises everything in that that can be called for. Person, April 10th, 1&5#. ! no l?-tf IAMPAG N E—choicest brands, for sale low RHINE A BROS. flerson, April 5th. } "HISKKY—300 barrels, for mle by RHINE & BROS lerson. April 5th. IlCOX—A large quantity of sides and shoul- iersrhams, plain and canvassed, for ba RHINE A BROS. erson. April 5th. iNCY G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 8 January 1859

jijlt ft? ^2^9ese,!iw a couple of ■: Jw Ita *a aubacri ***** seriptkn. guiota ox* JjW* u inaertedat *!P® nsertion. fifty IpenW l«ent insertion. , Ten linei i MMrc. Om line over a mum hoatorme, K«nttio te:*l *rr«ft*o*; him t to the morning ^la^and h 0«|B ifc " Wir—1i_ u I-' ended, vtea I began to buy lj to prepare heir wadding continued the same wjft John when; the day wasj fixed, I m de to try him ouce again] sad choHeh and the djnsei. The that invitation are a* llear in mf the whole affair hkd tdken plao^thi It was on the twenti-ninth of Jply; (I am particular about dates?) and there had been a general call toreh^rsw at one o'clock that day. The weather waa Want and haiy, ajnd Iistarted early, that I might not;go in late: or, tired; for I knew that, what ujith jhe rehearsal and the new , piece, and the Terrific iDeaeent, I should have enough to do before njy day's wjork wap over. The consequence was, that 11 arrived about twenty minutes too soon. The gardens had a dreary look by da...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 15 January 1859

SYNOPSIS OF XKPOI TARY OF1 The first'subject of consideration in this doc- ument is the employment of the naval force for the purpose of arresting unlawful expeditions against Nicaragua. The facts in relation to this matter were communicated to Congress at its last session,by the special message ofthe Presi- dent, of January 17,*1858. Next, the report refers to the vessels sent into the *-.«:gvMrhood of Cuba, to resist the^exereise of the right of Search by British cruisers. These vessels were all deemed effective for the object for which they were sent, because in the execution of their mission, no one of them would have hesitated to resist a ship of the largest class. They were instructed to protect all v«*.-els of the United States against the exercise of the right of search on the high seas, in time of peace, % the arm- ed vessels of any other power. These instruc- tors have been ofteu repeated, and are now re- tarded as standing instructions to the navy of. the United States wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 15 January 1859

mmmmt oml Httodnxl , i ort rf *fc"* tfW«- | v ••'/■■ ■• y'fr to Wotw y«i iVfli ijtetin! and seen &« existence (n eotfvention lately met in thifi city, are re- decided oil an active movement al elections through all the Thfe plan is tcj Bprdftd, as fer v discord and dissention in the ranks 3fciwx: tic patty;! to avail themselves ©ougias feud, fie ilave-tride furor, the * 16 long incuinbdncy, prejudice against Hjitem, ^ibiirtCTsm-f-in a word, at of discctolett and disaffection at -in th« hope fhat these fragments, j £jyto o|ij>qsitipn, can | be moulded .. Jrdf) hit* a national jorganiijation, looking passes* i?>n of the {general government iii ; is invoked in aid experience of the past is invoked in aid ef thi&i>hii<**)}>hy. A cnief element of the late :y in the Sohth'-was composed of dis- Demowate wHo"Went off from General ®n Wro proclamation—ultra State-rights finding themselves e^t abqut themj for a resting-place, mto tlie fembraceis of the old ahd out-herode...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 15 January 1859

... isjfe ■0a> aitm HG A, Bnekfeyj hate E no# offer to A ^.„.. , Texa^ atnf of alt the eowtias tending u>Jef-1 ion, (w tbe large#t stock of alerefcandiee ever I - . aght together i*i Ohe e#tabl*hment at this j be^ 11| i«r meek epni Groeffitiei-—I Plantation floods ! ^ 1 yfimmam D V|s>| <|..y Pifcifc* fPll5f ,r"* too Bry Goods, Foreign and Domestic Clothing, Iron, Steel, N ib, Hardware, Ci J an enormous stock of Qui Ihfcir supply of Groceries is exceedingly largo, [offered at the very lowest figoree—indeed no ^(•serof moderate quantities iould buy on as *hle terms in New Orleans, as they are wil- I to sell at; and it comprises ectnjthiny in that that can be called for. ' j i ^fferson, April lOtb, 185^. j no l?-t£ tAMPAGNE—choicest hranis,f r «*k low RHINE k BROS. Ferxon, April 5th. i / twm of material, t am ry, In til* neatMt, Mr. I am also audi qu Woods, a atte- nd Jm Uehm ordere JUfltjlll ,K j Warranted: inferior work Orleans •d to make; Cpunjy, District, Notary Public,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 15 January 1859

^fS'iXl":i ' * Sff'i ;t i Keiitti *W it*heo(*niBg ygejhs* ■teen son&kntly ^ e believe dn fto satia&etory a&thorfcy 1*88, :vriT-,:L. e of suf>- '.^Wrnm killed. oomi "*▼*#—" w^mm. *y* tratingat Chweo andTerrieha, te M^jWppSrtlW* . . | . Hatch, in command jPSSIsi mora mMj scout extrcedinglj fi «irenmferenee 2 ro («ul «wer, Ac. , Hdua exceedingly , •; .- >■ :- Yicm*r or in,thi« vicinity r#r fi<4iaghtfal chasms or dV%j S4 this fort there is oojs v>ku tdii tremen- ider juid well- MT PKPIANCe a number of us.': Imme- abont a wife its watts of solid rock'aj-c about 500 conautiag of Company I,moa«t*d ,ri*®8' «*{ Company B ferfknfay, (lietrt. Whipple,} wt« ground about . , aire two gallant officers J8 d -elegant genw«iw& and, if the opportunity is presented, will m ke their ntafk. AFTER THE WWiKS. , tag On their rfeturn, Col. ifileB, in command?* the whole column, will leave far Ohuseo and Teixieha, the'strongholds of the Indians. It is ownposed as ibllffws: . . . ^...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 22 January 1859

■ - ^ " 1' -™ •' ' t; ■ ■ "\ v Ms \ , 'U ,.a,\ t Ji> *?>•{—? • - ;• '• y Swsi^ii^s. .*! ■ V- V •vSi «• -.1.-•.'.•.*>• -v,'sO.-:.::"")l<$■'''■ ■'!■ V *A, / i^r-VH-—Tlv - • *« '• ?n«;.-;' ■•'■x : *!&*& boor* SHALL 0?H BAOTfSR BRAVO THB 3RBBZI1—THB STANDARD OP THB FRBBt O IASM8 *>• MO RB E. GlARKSVILLE, REB RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SAT D kD A Y,&iSO"ART 22, VOL 16, • • . w i 1 proSHV *■•"•■ ;k j?J ' "-■ IWM - j #^6"1 '■ •;l%w!'' t*si&i •- ;-hm PACIFIC RAILS#A1). IN SEN ATX DECUUBE 21st The Senate rammed the consideration of the bill (S. Ao. 65) -to authorize tb$ President of the United States to contract for the transpor- tation of the mails, troops, seamen, monitions of war, Army and A'avy supplies, and all other Government service, by railroad, from the Mis- souri river to San Franeiseo, in thta State of Cal- ifornia ; the pending question being on the amendment of Air, Wilson to strike oat .of the first section the words, " the most eligible route, referen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 22 January 1859

m a nn their vermor t for the f the ex * ,t y*m rimts, i tftiittd hare a i'over do- im M& drawaat- dwariiiewll itee, at the pres- belli against p?' ,'V; <sbe*i lA&et^&fl ocfmiaen firtt'jeteh gAfcesjto h? inoney is stajra $y the . firiendsoffer to bet ten.tow ffrat jgarney >| il&a'loiig oris. 3forphy resignei tj&iwn. ! -The th bj Mr. P:$ui Morphy. no British law, and J*? between -3I ajid the t:om 'arts letter .says m j/orphj iand ofjllhe victwr-1 Ar« Jforphy's , wnfc.-* first move, opqaniove piwi* with- jkiL'i.i «•€(•« iron houghits«|jtor, 4lf <quite i .4«thepw* ng ma never ateamer mm* to donvey the susanV eompa- f-.«rt5 ^southern port in the Jj. State9 t^J ^SSScMt i tat. <* cou e) U «Mjg; .1! ntlllANul 11 might designate of the Susan's escape tet dWwd to ci^i^te thj "on* and tbat:he would afford fl % might need. hw friends captain Mawy WPfWM M;f Ld n made, and the next wyfr. nMjr started for the wreqkof *bi® rPf^V t^5BttE Jan. l.-fhe Brit^ WW steamer ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 22 January 1859

rniTjTS m TM&MtlM. HAVING purchased the entire large stock o* f A. Buckley, hate added it m their own previously large jnmdy ojT staple O.wth* and bow oiler to the oitisu-ns <>•' North- . ern Teias, and of •13';the coajitie* trndiagto Jef- j nerjwaitmnweot ferson,'lar the largest stock of merchandise eTer ! paw t« repair. t. _L •_ it.1 _t i.JL- iLl - - WitAiiAB P1A« Im 4Vf ymi '«>« ■ *4 XJUTONHO VOUNT PI EASA NT, VfflTS L. W. LX8S£NB$& TH IS old cdtwri: T&JTAS. RJiTL HNS THANKS to |hw old friends una customers, urjd beg* m. that lie ve to SUN su ck comprise* Gro-eries—Provisions* fcrooght together in, one ^tibwsiiuie&t, a; thi« point. Their si'.ok compi -P« Plantation Good*, i, 4t...| WioMudu^Min, Bagging, R©^, Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods Clothing, \ { Iron, Steel, Nails, Hardware, Casting*, u: enormous stock of Quaeny#*r j. Theiij supply of Groceries i Exceedingly large, and offefred et the very lowest figures—indeed to ^ purchaser of moderate quantities...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 22 January 1859

lam ar* . r*i leb% bora in Am e, sil iibe- descent, hot1 ration, . land be has been nbuu- wftk bmmy since his amst, v £ ~m« •.* 2 * In 1 848s$eiiga teacher of aiehnolinjTomp- llfconn^kSg Ao«lj22 M« J* maried a young lady, one of Mjnnpib: ilfc be- came shortlyjaakws of bfc wife,j bat they Bred nntii S4ik Jom! lSl5( when apt :i las* her ehild werefeuaiag &*ed, and bav4 mm ... , siooe. Their (Hoods ■isiod (bom; became un- easy, end madd inq«ries,!tbe rfsult of which * «m that Rulotflhed, tbo dny after bio wife's dis- appearanee, goie away in a wagOn with a large k chest apparently heavy, and returned the next day with It apparently lig^t. Tbje day after that - he went away ijront home,, taking passage in a sttge, under anj saaumed Same, and did hot re- turn for several weeks, when suspicion bad been excite 4, and on being interrogated,he gave con- tradictory acoonnts of bis wife's place of resi- dence and attempted to niske his escape .secret 2y. Being pursued and overtaken, be was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 29 January 1859

'{JSP ::r" •j*,- ; SSim I hi ■ nll illl,N|M nl "i||il ' [.J>'r^lr,lir!l!l!r|1'' 4* I CHARLES De MORSE, LONO impeachment of judge watrous. SPEKCirOF HON. G. S. HOUSTON, of alabama, In tut HovsK of Representatives, ) Decipher 15/A, 1858. J The House having under consideration the resolutions reported by the Committee on the Judiciary, in reference to the impeachment of J udge W atrous— Mr. Houstox, said: Mr. Speaker: It is impossible,'in the course ol' one hour, for any gentleman to debate the various points that arise in this case; and it is less in my power than it is in that of almost any other member of the llouse, because, nat- urally. I speak slowly. I shall, therefore, omit many of the matters that n tbat it is my pur- to the House, for the reasson that it is my pur- pose to press those points only, which I believe are conclusive of the case. In what, Mr. Speaker,are we engaged to-day? Are we trying the guilt or innocence of Judge Watrous. as the gentleman from Georgia seem-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 29 January 1859

to a rea- on the j<6bp pQBtr|,ii 1 ■' WMWM a bill Bin il*r in the senaije,gi porpbee with.- Spain J taooeoror three t * * V.I. nn cents .the franking Ordlewhave been issiiedby Mat fbr rawing four or jfive ^i^Nwpe for Kansas, as a force the laws and prevant territory. .Washington, J*b. to lay the Pacific railway bill - The potion was ket fyt'* a/ * *mr SK eluded 17th da; banc vrivedttBi Providen sr. Blaeki _ _ employed a mer, Claiborne parish Blackmail/their kind 858, a accomplish- this par! up for jh® e folloWIBi hem io Ho^l with Mr . obscured closing] ^f-snstaihhi^, it nrnst the l at of |1845, and any distance under cents, and for any dis- mifcatbany part of the "" botijee, iMit' «jar depart- ipanies of to en- in the road at icjtdled forth disctiB- the senate , g infiuit child^together with a .lot of ■fr they said that their annt would come £% chimin about ten day,. Nothing has been heard of the young ladies stage. ' n crackl ng ^?'.% ^' ch Jacked ill,withal,«t was a Grand Compa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 29 January 1859

. . .-jj ™ M JEFFEliSOX TEXAS. HAVING nurohai«ed the entire [large stuck o! C; A. Buckley, bafe. E dded it m> their own pr«vio>ut$y ^lUirge supply of j t ple tioode.'aad fcU® nuw offer « thejciti «is "f Nor^p- ern Texan, an J of all the counties trailing lo Jef- fertcn, far the largest stuck of merchandise ever brought together in one establishment, *i this point. ~~ " ompi —Pi Plantation Goods,' Wines and Liquors, ' Baggitjg, Rojpu, Fjrei^n and Domestic Dry 'Goods Clothing, Iron, Steel, NstilsJ Hardware, Castings, and an enormous stock of Queqnsware. ' : rWeited Thsir su ck comprise* Groceries— Provisions, and Tin ir supply of Groceries is exceedingly fiVml at the very towns: figures—ind* large, res—indeed do h. >R$S thanl to hifatfd friends volstomers. and begs Wave to so- il contluhftiirtn of thelir patron- and wQuljl'nitjfct respectfully R«8j| fo j them, thai be has tecently Staple and Fancy Goods, anH designs, nil futhre. keeping always on hand, a gejieral asaofHn *t J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 29 January 1859

ijtir'itiw 59. j -j: !&. ^ imHtft: j - > ii'^'i- ^v d"i.-;y| STAN9ABIX lushed at $8,00 per an in advance; 0* $8,50, anythn oic $4,00, if! not paid un til after tUe expiration of the year. i.L.i .I. r r-*. -■ «■.«■.« SEOVEMBBH. a H * V -v I I t? 1? 1 tliW?! ii L i DI3Cn22j.5*'"* AUGUST M fc, & H £ <3 JUNE. •1:*~ SSSiS^ . Worth a ffe copy the following reciijal from the Crock ett Argus, for the edmrnent^ry j concluding it which is worth thinking abotjt, sjnd worth rem- edying, if practicable; and wje imagine, as the axiom ofthe Law is, that ahl wrongs have a remedy. fj We have not mijeh cause of com*- plaint for such acts as this fm our immediate vicinity, but within the range of the circula- tion of our paper there are oocaisonal instances. i 'shooting affair, We are again called upon jto chronicle one of those desperate rencontres which have become to frightfully frequent thronghbnt the Mate-, and which bid fair to render jus, in the estimar tion of person at .a distan...

Publication Title: Standard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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