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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 June 1859

•i: m m mm will lw > of the Frank j'ttat thai* diaorganuing, Ronr-Ni The remarks of Col. very apt to strike ■ HoiwtonitjM, who 1 White aa one of them,' ie anniMthiaed wiifc them' I jj i M B .! i r ! (5 1 H i like editor of the defeat He dee- irdenonnces their actions, ^and their disorganising sentiments g npnn thh Wii-tunyhrffmrrt iniT will mm to Jwomote the election of the nominees of the Convention;: GLOBtOUS MEETING. I Ratification of rtj Ifnmlnnna j tbi democracy or tbavis a unit. The 11th of Jane bring the day appointed by the Democracy of Travis bounty for the pur* pose of ratifying the nominations of the Hous- ton Convention, at 11 o'clock a large crowd assembled at the Court house. On motion of Hon. Wn . S. Oldham, Judge Joseph Lee was called to the'chair. Judge Lee, on taking the chair, explained the object of the meeting in ) brief speech. On motion of G. M. Flournoy, Esq.,*W. L. Giles was appointed Secretary. On motion of P. De Cordova, Esq., a com- mittee of five was ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 June 1859

msm wft? :'S y-I lOXTAl|SHT t 4 fe* «. 1* Ct U • < . y mt HARD aSOVBR * BIXIS'S CBblBftATSD MACHINES. family SKW STYLES-PRICES FROM $50 TO $125. EXTRA CHARGE OF $5 FOR HKMMKR8. 495 BROADWAY, - - 11 CAMP STREET, - - - - WBWYORJC, NEW ORLEANS. M \ MRS. C. BBANAKD, Galveston, General Agent far Texa*. a icncies in all the principal Cities and Towns in the I luted State*. These machines sew prom two spools, as purchased from the store, requiring no re- w,„jing of thread: they Hem, Fell, Gather and Stitch in a superior style, finishing each seam by Iheir own operation, without recourse to the hand- needle. as " required by other machines. They will do beiter and ctaftaper sewing than a searn- <lress can. even if she works for one cent an hour, aii'l are. unquestionably, the best Machines in the lu-irkei tor family sewing, on account of their sim- plicitv. durability, ease of management, and adapta- tion to ail varieties of family sewing—executing heavy or fine work with equal facili...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 June 1859

1 .r U ■ I- 1 !!':{ U-1. ■4 . • if LATEST nsw i St.Lt aL>, June 1—Itels ig pending ax citing ease of Elfie.' 0. CUtf *ang H aSt.Lduis ties tive been ing one wbiich eom- tved. fhtise ad- jf about one thou- jigulur Democrat- J.JnWtjott wltffcle'aRadie tin Ter" -Ms r-K'■••■ .•'■Mif r Richmond, ifry - 81.-~f^ S. <!askie has bec cleet«l ftjlj- ..... , Third Congwf ionai B&ttmif Am State by a majorityof nineteen Vote#. v, Ifweotj -five additional if beard from since <Wr last hundred and twenty conn plete itHnrns "have been xi\ ditional returns alipw a gai sand votes for keteber^thc ie candidate. The one hundred and twenty counties heard from give a majority for (Letcher of 3234 votes. ' ■. The elcctiou or Letcher from ^000,5000 majority is ^eireraiHv conc&tal New York, May Sl>-UeiL WillinJn Walk- er C9I. Voo ^litaioer and several other prouii-. neat tiilibusteis arrived in tHis city 011 J Satur- day in disguise, and preserved a strict incogni- to until to-da}'. They ca...

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

i* ■ ■ ■ SS M -"•''"I ri-v,: CHARLESOt VOL 16, oppm le, hi* jtytrm ^ fVoctotf Jrj/M of </w*c ISM. -;j IK SPEAKING ON WEDNjESDAT. he discussion which came off at this place ta'ednesday hut, between Judges Reagan fOcbiltree, candidates Sor, Congress, was in [presence of a very large assemblage, eom- !l in part of the delegates in attendance be Grand Lodge, from all part* of the Stato, {mostly of the citisens of this county.— Ochiltree spoke first, and opened the He bv saying that he proposed to arraign i?e Reagan, on charges of infiderity to the lh aiufof inconsistency ot the language of circular, recently published, with that of (speeches made during the List summer.— infidelity to the South he found in Judge it ion to the re-opening of the slave mposition to filibustering, his de- viation ot Walker, his refusal to join in a . of censure of Commodore Paulding, who sted Walker, and brought him back to the fcted States, and his vote to appropriate a of money to enable the President ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 July 1859

m ."f ; m ijffi 'Immk *--*«•)• <*• - - a. • 311 y« [Mi Us® •iv mm of twenty iiM k<t clowd daU,w*th£ttk TTttalr ~ B4' itttMe Idve*|*ol,June nariiet for Bread gtafi «ksedv<*y dull, and *11 qnlfitiaa slight- ly declined- H • | 'dfaeeeifci _ v ^ London, June 8.—Consols forjmoney closed at 031 @93f AUGLO- fubfhbr by tbb i gAzoar. THE Q&SAT.BAfnS vbexch ornciAi. V ' ' 1- ** I . ■ — ■ :. !... .. j - t *jl Bt/'the Southern Line. Montreal, Jane 18.—We hare further ad- vices by tie Anglo-Saxon. Parliament has convened; and ] the Queen's speech wa4 delivered; it presented no very im- portant features. A motion expressing a want of confidence in the ministry was pending in the House of Commons. The sales of Cotton at Liverpool for the three days previous to the sailing of the Ang- lo-Saxon amounted to 17,000 bales j The Flour market was slightly easier. ; j The Paris MonitAr of Monday, the 6th, publishes the following fnll dispatch: The Great Battle. Magenta, June 5—6 P. M.—The tot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 July 1859

*' - •••• i.H. ' > * - * -*■> ■■ i!t -A. _tt ';m ; ,, kjf't! r* •- i ■ •, rt r: r\ f mi) . fi <£:•$:'«*>:<£' ••■ *-M; •'•* ? l*\' ) % an9fW'M '.; C 111^**^X10 family wewxn* fKW STYLES-PRICES FBQMWS^Tfl extra ohaboi or $5 for piuririats. J BROAPWAT. - CAMP STKBBT, - NBWORUSi [RS. C. BBANARD, Galvrston, . General Agent for' Texi/u. Agencies I •I! 'He principal Citiei and Totem in tk* United State*. PHESE MACHINES SEW FKOM TWO SPOOLS, as purchased from the store, requiring bo H- f^jiu.r of thread; they Horn, Fell, Gather and In a superior siyle, finishing each seam by heir uwu operation, withcut recourse to the hand- n€ „s in required by other, machines. They 1 11 Jo better uuJ cheaper dewing than a seam- ' s ^1,,. even if she works for otu ccnt un hour, nil are. u:i juemionably, the best Machine* in the iartet !->r family sewing, on account of jrikeir sim- Eicitv, durability, ease of management, andadapta- Vm to all varieties of family sewing—executing rvv „v line wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 July 1859

mk i i t V I June, and i ^Oanbaiai h^ * has'Bees driren wafom feTCf*H> I bads AM tM 81st alt., Ibis amount and 4,000 Wee wwe sold for exportation. AH qnahtiee of eot- ton have advanced from 1-16 to id per ginoe SWtatfipn Pair and middling qualities have improved I most. •; The market ge, eloeed with aa advancing tendency. Middling OdtaHi Mtni has advanced id- , Tka Liverpool breadgtuffe market_generally elosed frith a declining rally elosed with a deehntag tendency, an* ces have even way on all deferiptions< present WmrI itpop promises to be veiyiabun- dant. • H; The advices from Manchester and other b>*°- ufactarhg districts are more favorable. Goods and the vaaioas yarns were in good requested the market generally closed active without ma- terial change in prices. Losdoh, June 1st—The funds have: expe- rienced a Sudden improvement in tone and an fedvtuibe of frilly 1 per cent is reported, pwing to increased confidence in the neutrality of England and faVorable continental...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 July 1859

CHARLES P*2COR «are shaUi om bakhbr brave the YOL16, ■a}' - -p.' SSW'5 fpi 9| feWijiMjli'!i'l!J m LARKS VILLE, RED RIVER COU'N TY, TEX AS, S. ATURDAY, JULY 9, . CIKCULAK. i j Frttow Citizens :—In May, 1857,1 - ired the nomination of the D-mocratic party, ' the office I now bold. Again, by * similar hnoveotion. assembled at Houston, in May of iresent year, I have been nominated for re* ion in August next, and having accepted nomination, I adopt this method of ad- ansr uivself to you. . " In proceeding to the task, it is not to be ex- ■wctcd if it were p*®sible, in an address like Iv^ u,'.„ivert to the various questions of ad- T tion or enter at length into the mo- S* which have led to their adoption. The nnanimitv which characterised the action of that Convention, representing so large a pro- portion of the people, renders such task unnee- ^ mon-^t the questions of difficulty, present- .a™" fa* I found none so prominent as those of Internal Improvement, and the unhappy and disturbed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 July 1859

?' r f: ■$ 111 ; j ; 111 If It mf mm Exercises Jfcp^andwaokl were aoijf A ■tike bMtbotidii CD early hour, Ike . all quarters. JfefK the prairie*, hottdaen ^Ung ferir 1roy to that rbich *h« Carets wive named "Maw togatk- eye could ui carriages .utiful stun- m had the -Jodg* Hwto V. Meter, PennsjrlviuWB* V"J <WwM fcrgiag peB8ion «lain , committing fraud? upon the'U. S. PeMOBBu- reau. Vonderemithj was tried in the V- o. District Court, Philadelphia, before Jwige Cadwalader. He wis arraigned on aix fndict- ments, and found gpilty on two ©f them, the four being 'thrown out under the act limitation. The Lanoaet«rHerald thus reca- itanoes of thw Austin latehMMH* mineesea uw ^forSftemocprtte ticket, [y haveb6e* anton tailed at tiie _ _ enormoiis miirepreeentatiotoi «Mj|* i exercises were announced tor 11, A. M., jig before that hour, the sloping hill Mid i around the campus,' were covered with > and vehicles, and the people swarmed ijn from every direction. j The seats were arranged b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 July 1859

BBR ' %.■: ■■ ^.r^i • - * t . ** -'-. ' , f> _ imi , isbr* •: r * si ;n-. C ,..,. .■. .U-!. I.. :'ari'iff EltilTfit M nar-h v t nvftf m <vA.c . mf. LONO SHAU OUR BABTKBR BRAVB THE BRBBXB—THE STANDARD Of THE VOL. 16, CLARKSVILLE, RED'KIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, S A T 0 R-B A Y^J OL Y 1611859. * OPTOEKKT. top-uelty ^ [From the droekett Argw of Jwm 38th. ►HE HOUSTON COUNTY DISORGANI- ZERS' RESOLUTIONS, j In our last, we promised to bestow some at- Lntiou upon that singular compound of wick- nossand folly, the resolutions adopted by a tie turbulent squad assembled at this place the 7th instant. We perform the task re- ictantly Unresisting imbecility does not in- te attack, and the punishment of arch traitors ould seldom be meted out to their deluded Mowers. Besides, these men fell into their thsonie heresy just at a time when the public d become aware of the insane and treasonable hemes in agitation, and when the leaders had ulked and cowered befoie the storm which ey had evoked but dare...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 July 1859

11 i il | i h iri I 1$ •' I'- ll i If Ml :;* 1 : f! RH It k i\ n M 1 fp- I I A Pi- - y- port this the 18th Liyerpool on of Cotton o\ June 18.- iewfl to 65,000 baka,of tatioas of the Stokers' Fwr'j Mi Fair Hi (ig Uplands The, stock of cotton at to 631,000 bales, of which of Ainerican production. : quo- 81 71 71 6 15-10 61 6J 4 amounts bales are 96,2000 bales The market closed firm. ! London, Jane 18.—The- London money market is generally unchanged. Money is i abundant and good bilk are easily negotiated. The amount of bullion in the Bank of England has decreased £7000 during the Week. The: intelligence from the seat of war was not of an important character at latest advices, The Austrians were still continuing their re- treat; from the river Oglis, and pie allied ar- mies'were advancing. The Erench troops were being concentrated for ai decisive attack, and an important battle was anticipated within a week. A naval demonstration in the Adriatic was expected. ' Lord Pahnerston had form...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 July 1859

\&ir si ■ - EXTRA CBASOS OJP $5 FOB HSMMSftg. J BROADWAY, - - CAMFSTBHBT, - - • • HBWYORK Kitwom.Tuye. my I.iau.. msuro i'i c. BRA.NABB, CfALVJ58T0 , General Agent for Texas. m-ua in all the principal Cities and Totens in the United Stites. '~ 1HKSE MACHINES feEW FROM TWO SlPOOLS, ■ ,,s purchased from the store, requiring no re- main" oi thread; they Hem, Fell, Gather and itcli Cin 3 superior style, finishing each seam -by i,- u«n ope:ation, without rfceourse to the hand- le, iis i- required by other machines. They Jo better -and cheaper sewing than a seam- ,„.ie n. ct.'u if she works for one cent an hour, 'dtfire. unquestionably, the best ^Machine* in the arkei to family sewing, on account of their sim- iciiv. durability. ease of management. and&dapta- "to all varieties of family sewing—executing ,arv or tine work with oquai facility, and without rti.il a.ija.-tment. - V.k cviiieuce oi the unquestioned superiority of ir \t:Vf h ues. the Gkovsb & Baksr Skwi.nu *Ma- i\r C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 July 1859

> fl ' W:A ' •' Ptj. ' Mi 'i.y' :*:' . : ' -"w lfc£*f A fl If ■? j y| - : | :E s }\ ' t 'r; ■S! I --! Ki \ 'p i | i '' i |S !> < $ ri ' " !i 5 i'fl it ill (1 '?• rl ' ■ ^ I I 1 ' II , <>!!'- R.I K, 'Swtel to the 16th ult., arrired jester under w ducted. * and ..I" takingleave <rf his readers. |fe: Antfrtwm says: the qoestion be Ouked, does peaoo existin Utah, it sfaould be a sufficient affirma- tive to answer that no engagement; has taken place between the' United States troops and the MariW^ sod ihat there are not two visible opposing fifties 5a the flfiM; then there is «yj£e in Utah.'* We have, however, no puallel in our history to the anomalous condi- tion of affiurs now existing mire. : All Chris- tendom has1 looked earnestly on, from the com- meBfcement, to tee the end of the troubles in ! this distant Territory, and events which have recently transpired will quicken the interest which the Mormon question has every whegjef excited. _ ! The record of the procee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 July 1859

-v,v - -Sptl 1 ■ :-uy**$-. ?'^l)i ii 8M$ ^W& R 5'> 1 MM'V *v-. r1 * ;* -iiv * MORSE. n Win * ■ MBtB—TBI STANDARD OF T SB FRBBT VOL. 16, C L.LE* BSD; BITEK CO © 5 f ¥, T^E X A S^S A T D M PIKE'S PEAK—THE NEW DIGGINGS. 1 rbliablbTt/ltbmbht COUNTY. NTNER R1 ICGBD—VE NTIER BILL!!! HOUSTON'S F TOES A Soon has uniformly been and duch, your committee fear, willcoutintte to be t le result of such blind policy."— ere un- WHO CAN TELL ? i f |« We would like to know j how long Ed. ark the nominee of the Opposition, remained the K. N. OTderf |. | Wc should like to see a certain letter which uor says he wrote, condemning the K. N. gnmzation, and saying he knew nothing of (only from mmor ? [We should like to know if the K. N's be- rxaspcrated, and published a reply, signed about fitly of them, showing his connection Ith the order, and how long he had Deen in I? councils of " 8am ?" i We should like to know, too, if this letter not state that he tried to get the nomina- j for Governor or Lt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 July 1859

W&: ■S>-./ Nil i sj mzMi ' 9m% 7 f * ;Jt $1 1 * -N li'. i;, 1 '£'.'• -1 lift f] H m y ;? ' li fir *.thsw ®®y ^ iW*W ti e h* f«riied _ 8t—The new Jones, Liverpool advices iPH this foipt this Wednesday, the four days later (tab bide at St John*. London,Jtae 29 " * V tnemi qt i ., .,.. Mineio, in *€lw%0. ibeenisepved, lit that their The Sardi- ry losses. Napoleon 6000 prison- iree nags ana thirty pieces of cannon.-— (The Austiiana have ire-crossed the Mincio.— Field marshal Baron peas has Ibeen appointed commander-in-chief of the Austrian army.— The latest advices from tbeieatof war state that the French had Crossed the Mincio in pur- suit ofthe Austrians. Liverpool, Jnne 20.—Of tne 18,000 hales of cotton sold during the three days since the Bailing of the Adelaide,3,000 hales were taken market closed dull- Hblders arc offer- ing their stock freely, but show no disposition to press sales. The quotations of last Friday are barely maintained. The money market is sKghitly more stri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 July 1859

A CO. DO. 27—fun^s. ntt.texafl BOSTON, MRS. B. iu . I ansa kt.tba HBXT SESSION of the above Institution will commence on the first Mouday in Septem- |next. The scholastic yew- is divided in sessions J months each,—Vacation daring July and Au- I.. Scholars charged from the date of their; ea- |cc uutH the close ot the session. No deduction khsenec, unless in cases of protracted sickness, aition payable at tfae termination of each ees- Terms per Session of rive Month*. osrd, including jrashiong. lights, ctc.,.. $50 (10 lition, Primary Class. .,....<.12 50 - Mere advanced class, including nil the Eoglit-h branches taught in Female Schools of high stand- ing .lfL 15 00 ^•eneh or Latin, one or both, (extra),...., 10 00 |usie—Piano, Melotloon^or Guitar....... 2() 00 L-.t" Instrument, - 8 00 forsted or Ornamental! Needle Work, per course, 4 ..... 10 00 fax Work, (fruit and Sowers), per course, 10 00 rideiit;i! fax. each scholar, '. '1 00 ston. Jul) l->th. 1K55X no 27—tf. W H. HOWE, .I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 July 1859

Hpg (§Sfgff|p ill m m I |i ;|l :.li -Si ■ H '$■ fe I M 1, n' ! ? II? f. Mil h.!* «f i\\ I Hi Bi- •' F- 'i* if I r li fj;, a a crash, •bps.— being the ~ did not therefore, 'ere inju- m. follows: 4 passenger wha was at' the jtime of tf was startled by a jumping on the bare and a plongo down The ear turned over on it last car in the train, and break up as badly as protected its occupan ries. The train was a heavy one, cob tabling five well-filled passenger caie^ besides the and mail'-car. The traip was aboat halt' an hour behind time previous to reaching the fa- tal spot. About ten Vctock on Monday night, two hours before the time of the accident, tremendous rain fell throughout that section of country, flooding the fields and swelling the streams to considerable bulk. The surviving brakestnan says, that the train was run with great caution over all the culverts previous to reaching thej fatal culvert; but, on Hearing the latter, the speed was increased to tweuty-fivc or thirty mi|es a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 July 1859

'4.4 "*•!"• :iti i'( . ■: If i wtfjr? i - , ' n i 4 •' } :• •■- ' ■''... ' ;- T!%fecm%f'5rfl!l •>f - ;-'-U " !' .<! ': -m' HI • « ■ &J%t£r -~J •:? - > - 1 --•*"• pj&j" 2$«Pgg£ S«3 • *i irnvtir I wM? ftsiS ..*■ n S j/fcfe I. miM If. -' >. 35&SfflS 4 >, . ;if . • v ^ • - '" H,r~ ' # -. ' • ' •¥; ' CHARLES DeMORSE, long shall our banker brave thb brbxub-ths standard of the free ^ _ iTrsf BDITO | AND PRO PR IMTOT VOL 16, CLARESVILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXA S, TO T1JE PEOPLE OP TEXAS. GREAT BREAOH OF PROMISE CASE— ! c=.W *mk ofu* L^O*, IWI, m, «. r 4. „ LETTER PROM 31ISS OARSTANG. {THE EXECUTION OF TANTIA TOPKE. As the nominee of a Democratic Convention Ithat assembled at Houston, representing a plat- form of the purest principles upon Earth, I | before you for re-election to the office which I] now hold. I re rard to politics, I deem it {unnecessary to make any remarks; especially las the time honored principles to which I an> [devotedly attached, are well ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 July 1859

r 1 m $I W-:4\ jl •! *j! „ •] Jf. ( it, -i : rl it " k i K f H ; I t ■- mm wl! i |wmlbsM#r m 0 beaten. ui tkt the De| never before county to dfr tsoeracy pre irere they so •i^iheeneiny. The people have seen , that) the long black re- cord against Houston haa no t been met# that he, himself, has noit laid; down any platform, or euunciate«.M j priucipl<)B, bnt that ha haa -de* (j&ired thap he stands now where he always has stood I ' j r -i i - ■ I ' ■ Time bits passed ion and thie Democracy have tamed to their platform of principles aud of- fered discussion to ithe enemy, and defied them to sustain the record of Houston. - > The enemy has Bed the fiold. They have, refused at all points to vindicate the record- oi .Sam Houston, or take issue with the 5>ainoc ra- cy" upon their plat torm. It has become trans- rzirept, that; they have no principles, and that they have relied alone upon the taw black- guardism of their j orators, their buffoonery, their relation of stale anec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 July 1859

" f • K < ; ■ '. ' H2&# mm tmwit^ment lpt paris! i circular. BXX.I. POWXBS *|OT EA *BTt! I , i v-V ' Kws Fra lat 1«SH ' \M$TH1N& miir lptDlHi WE 8mr>3! \ ' ® THElwgw^, the finest, the iflost.vft* ! I. hCTf*!* LLY e.al 1 vohp Attention to-my ted, and tr.e most complete, assort- : X establish mejtit. Should1 you require any thing nent of Picture Goods ever brought to j n luy line of tywineaa, I atp confident I oan'anpplv ^Eastern Texas, ha.-* just been received. you, at prices yvhioh will give satisfaction. Stand they are now on exhibition'" at i Having adopted1 the CASH SYS'i'EM almost owe'sjnew gallery of fine an«. Wall* up ladies i exclusively, IjlriH be enabled to offer inducements id GetWlenien, and feast your eyes with some- ; that will defy ifompetttion; and solicit a call IWim ing rich. ? ■' | my tciendjSjaml the Public generally, belorepureha- Aiiibiwtyi**. Sphereotyjies. Melainotv|ien, Vel- ! sing elsewherfcj My Stock <il! Goods shall not be excelled by any ...

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