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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 July 1859

'msm Tha shells an&abaUete of the and wniidil. .•*:■"■•<-V j I'mm PI Hi m B-;: i BH i i l< i r | ^ I i ip 1 !' i H% -ffi <it i m H I *i. H f t* M'i ii' 1 U ' i! i'3 ;* Fl .1 3 4| Lra short Hi? *rtak':cKitety it to his boat, towod or; the ijrcp^rtr of Goiiv'^r*eur <Tj,ir.icl abojfo* Hariero. Here the! mysterious 1>0|X wa? opened, ond, to the horror ot those rrptent, was' found to contain bo less than aev- Wies, packed in lime and shavings. Oijt ^*llw^ exeiiitii&tioni!«he bodies were found to lb®, those of an ekbrjy 'gentleman and lady, a gentleman ani £idy, a little girl appa- rel fly about six years oljtl, and a hoy of about fo | r yom-3 old. 5fhere vras also a eplored m an. The bodies were packed!aw y very |tightly, and to jtihaW& thc«i to be ciumuied ints the box, th^' hend of the negro had bee® cut off and st'jt'cd Doar his feet, and the; legs 4 i* tbe elder- ly Uaun wore bent back at the knjees. Word w,!H iiinnedia'ely conveyed to Coroner Bervju- mia i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 6 August 1859

•• ;4"' I mmvsmmmmm it' " CHARL18D«MOR8S it "In >j hiv *n VOL 16, SHALL OUR HAJnrSK BRAVE THBBRBB2B-THE BT. .&'i rr I 1 i -.smk m&mimtoMi £ ■Abm ' "•^:> > w: «*' 'v. &V> ;? m * p*& «'• *«& ^ ^■■as '. ,T > | ;-m.i w^s ^sr > OP no FRBB1 CtAR|SVlLLE, $E!) RIVER CO D N TY,T E X A S, S^T IIR D A Y, AUG U ST 7, 18! AND PROP ft e-;i-'1^1*%^. . -;■ B& rwwr- >v « tk« Horn* Journal. JD LETTER—DELAY UPON THE "RAIDBOAD—VISIT TO THE MORA- VIAN SETTLEMENT? 0|F BETH- ! lehem. Diab Morris:—With all nay desire to get du to the wonders of Mauch Chunk as speed- j as possible I must not lose the oj 'describing to you one <rf the chance-seeings ' i delay upon the road. At one oi the cross- jgs of the railway tracks, we found that we id two honrs to wait, and that Bethlehem, famous home of the Moravians, was within | short drive. Even so hastj a Tie# of this Je of the most liberal class of Christians, as exceedingly tempting; and, as a eourte- 03 fellow-pas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 6 August 1859

m MvDqaLteten The Ev*peror of Venice to thelutlvm I M I i 11 ,\l i I f 1 July 21The steamship North at Fart jer Point, C. E., to-day. jaal on Wednesday, the 13th in- stall* aiijifhiiefii adviees fonr days later than ifcoiarrtaitied by steadier Africa,! - He advices of the steamship Anglo Saxon H>pid Liverpool cm the 11th in$t. The following is the; translation of the peace dispatch from the Eu^peror Napoleon to the H£U>QUARTKB8 OW THB AKMY, ) VALLEGA, Jujy 11. j A treaty of peace has been signed between the Emperor. of Austria and myself on the fol- lowing Mses : The Italian Confederacy is to he under the Honorary Presidency of the Pope. ' IfceEmperor of Austria concedes his rights in Losabardy to the Kmperor of the French, who transfers the rights to the King |of Sardinia. The Emperor of Austria preserves Venice, but ■he !*ill form an integral part of: the Italian Confederacy. [Signed] Napoleon. The Paris JVIoniteur announced tlmt the gnat neutral powers exchanged couiniutiie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 6 August 1859

1 f. !,al&^liiL:t4S®Hi *MK -fT. ijis .. _ > ■ ' , . v-,s < : : ' ; •^1 ♦ .>.• >' * . J i-4' ?. -e f? ;t v.* '■ V'f'5 ■idSlpi ■:; .*">"■•' ■ ■ ■'' ' •'. i :-v ■:j"r■?''"■•, T ■' V. ■ '-si ^iiii% tj IT EXCITEMENT JBTjfc. MUNWUt l«T^UDmit | , WO NBVt UNDER THE SVNm THE largest; the fliuxt, the most Var' . and t|c jmoat ooniplete, &<*ort- itent of PictUW Goods ever Ifrought to Eastern Texas, hits just been moiced, *ti(i they are now on exhibition at Ts new galleiy of fine arts. Walk up ladies entlemeu, awl feast your eyes with some- ; rich. nbrotypea, Sphereotypes, Melainotypes, VeL ■ea, and all the different kinds of pictures, ex- in the most scientific manner, at the very fit prices. „ A neat picture in a case complete for $1,00. ticulnr attention Ls calleil'to that rich imper- tie pit-ture, the Velvotype. an entirely new of picture, and in fact the picture of the age; before introduced in Texas \VM. n. HOWE. Iari.«. .'line 18th 2850. no. 22—ft*. [w sprim&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 6 August 1859

h ■; •'i I y t' f! I : • tl «U: id *• I H ' *: m i m : J|Sfe Jlglp ■ ■ m . V-'Vf V, " V J*" f imiw' -.,1 - i - . . vrntAU* ot mm Mmo*. - CAtram Fnd^ Jttfr *4- * •,. be tbw the town was made, and at battle oommeno- wm fired me. t „ in both arrived for the little 1 gJMfct. JMIfB WHMOT Ifv/6 63r j straggle, and only awaited f attack,.1 - j x .1 j j^> • v «•• ^tkm via ra a crescent—a« ^ r eight oiles long, and was strong in crrtty point of Tie*, —eh were obliged to attack from the phiin. in fall nen and in a concentrated finni. During the first boon of the battlf the French wore twioe driven back by the superior numbers and impetuosity of the Austrians. But this retrograde movement was not a re- pute, and the ground lest was immediately regained.' It was the first regiment of Zouaves that suffered most at this moment,j At 1 o'- clock I saw two cart loads of this regiment as they eame off the field, on their way to the hospital at CastigKone. and they told me that at that moment not a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 August 1859

It m mmhs-sb-sb——— . ~ #551T1 • ?• asSfcgMnw* OHARL1S D« MORSE. BRAVB THB BRBMB-TtB STANDARD OF THB FBBB! iioxra BHAUi 001 • CLARKS VILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUG U ST "'.--'J s->rsi* }9^£% ■ '•! foiift :i<mj *:$<*'? *' *' •* « liSSniE^tn? "•■ '>+ ' ft'! ' f [.' ••' •' •* ••fwb^-v*jat KMviiiwiii ta 'gHMfijgll' K "T ■ mm ■* ob th* lives vejw ter says From tb« OklTWtoD Newm. THE CHEROKEE CHIEF. The account recently given in this paper by Mr. Wyatt Hanks, of the circumstances which led to the negotiations by Gen. Houston with the Cherokees " of the Bowks tribe," has in- duced as to refer to some facts, in die history of that ill-jndged and mismanaged affair. A brief summary will exhibit the tender sympa- thy, which attracts the champion of the oppo- sition to the Indians as well as :o the Negro races. After the fears, which the "seventy- two warriors," of the Cherokees had been made to excite, had produced a declaration from the Consultation in support of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 August 1859

; \ f P?£ Sj! viih __ I . i from ' LiTerpooI of the tnis point to-day, and the fi of news was obtained by tie of theaseociated preae: ; closedTeiyAiH, sad tf '.news yacht Mom. Clare & ■at7l8a«&#lH-. , Holders offier^wry ftceiy, bat show no dis- position-to |pMv hm. ;!| The adrioes from Manchester are of mi on- &tofuSe tendency. j. *,., 4.uk . J.,, .• * ,, LoifDON, July 20_—A dispatch from Paris stated that Napoleon has arrived |in that city. The Chancellor of the Exchequer has pre- sented his budget. It shows a ^deficiency of five millions of pounds sterling. Mr. Gladstone recoijunends increased taxation to meet the de- ficit. He proposes to add four per cent to the income tax, and to increase the tax upon malt spirits and tea. . ; •, A new ministry has been formed at Turin, of which (J^Phral Marmora is minister of war, and President of the Conncil. • The! hasty manner in which l^poleon has concluded peace, has given great dissatisfac- tion, ; aind the discontent is incr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 August 1859

T'l >C mm -im 1*: f _• H 8U1WW me THE bur**, tf*e tineet, the rtoet var Jed, and tee most complete,! assort- jinent of Picture Goods ever brought to Eastern Texas, has just been received, jjnd they are now on exhibition at jTew gallery'of fine arts. Walk ute ladies Sentlemen, aud feast your eyes wita soiue- J>rotvp«S Sphcreotypea, Melainotyp«s. Vel- les. and all the different kinds of pictures, ex- [ in rlie most scientific tnannei, at tike very fet priced. L. A ni-at picture i" a ease complete for M,00. rriettfar attention is called to that rich m/ «v picture, the Velvotype. an entirely new [ot picture. : im1 in iiict the pictureuf the age; • beiorc introduced in Tcxus WM. H. HOWE. I .Tune iHh 2S;V.>. no. 22—tf. SPRING & SUPER GOODS, PARIS, lamar county. A v >*ale !• •v large •'lock just received and for 6 . H A B E H (S-,y, Sf'.urc. in the .Store House er]x ;v«Micicl by W. Gofl'e, consisting of v \i:ik: « "i aple and fancy dry goods. l *} lis iNilllf^lK^ .1.,.wells...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 August 1859

f||fe • :.jg£$tesfc8# <*g ;'-v. Iffcfe&flk- .£**4 ^ wrse^ ■": - 1 ~ •l f l] ® m :i #rj 111- ■ - ti- r?l 1 11 11 ,i;l Irf I I 111 |& ;.i • '.1 U • I i H II 11- $ .3 ?£ >a-i || j! m Hrnttom*mt-H«a« ■' ■'•■ * Ifee -•/'•- a- • part of ttirvoynga:* iboats, paaned took sevenstetih ;,T «!|; 1 !v ^mmmiKWyPRS TheyU besr •** *7 of wintry weather. 'Juno, we were de- ; until the 1st of Jnly. ,air ship "Atlantic" . ,■« n> duly iniitod,.aad while wfeweee putting "" ' bar ia trim withbalbst and jWWMdorra, Mr. JSmtb), kiMet^^e St Louis Museum, who kindly volunteered to escort Iks over the p w hi*balloon got ready iHwrninn intl anon iimmI agreed, as- M. the itie" wM Tewfy to anl Messrs. La stain and Gager, thinking; some difficulty -^B-t arise at the start, if they should attach the fore-wheels to the shafts and wheel-gearing, determined to omit that until we should be fairhr under way next morning; !M . ■ J ■ Storing had much experience in hard winds, and the perils of landing a ba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 August 1859

ps$§r; p,n rr r . ■ ! ■ 'r'^. ?3 mm mm' ,-;pm " J&:g ■ I | M.; - - P|e|j#*' -■ sMWif iml :■ j$; j b'rf4 <*i • Mj.-vvV, •; /..-cM iti'i |!;>-•:-• • « ::*• t* j ' L.> **-*>; &t I ' <riK;? -,.8? < L'vwf. ■ H CHARLES Pe MORSE, LONO SHALL OU* BAMljlJBR BRAVE THB BRBBZB—THE STAKEARD OF THE FREE I 1 BP SVBUf ▲ K DP KO VOL. 16, CLARK SVILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SAT 0 RD A Y, AUG U ST 20i 1859. vey their quota of the people who were to compose the immense (for our provincial town) crowd of people who congregated heie to wit- ness this most daring of all the foolhardy feats of modern times. At noon the crowd amounted to more than 5,000 persons, exclusive of the usual quiet in- habitants of this village, who are generally not roused from their customary quiesence by any- thing less exciting than the moral peril of some unhappy one, who has been entrapped into the upper rapids, and isabout tobe hurled over the falls. The noon trains brought a great augmentation of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 August 1859

i ih '■\A f" ' * c • P ' ) IS ii k ii i KVI f ilU || L i Wf \ !„: |ki ' If ' I •ft • h 'S ij • i. 1 ! ■ I t |i h! h ii ... wagoner- c4*her taking par$ ft Week in July '$ Pi $ ll Ij *3 & -'t * -I ri * il ti n Nevathi«k* the scheme of the i will not be successful. 71m Imehinj has already commonced i . The Military Convention held between the affairs of Ita|y, ha be«n concluded, Lombardy is to take a< &jr share ef the National debt. The Doke of Toaeaay has proposed to ab- dicate the throne in fiuror of his son, but the Wwiiwl Government object to the dynasty dtogtAer., It ia reported that 200,000 men are to be discharged from, the French army on a renew- able ftmough. This movement is for the pur. pope of saving expenses. . The latest accounts from Italy state that 200,000 men*are to be raised in Lombardy, for die purpose of securing the independence of Central Italy. Gen..Garibaldi bas had an interview with Minister Marmora at Brescia, where he ex- pressed his confidence hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 August 1859

jng ii>H| rnmrmm, MBttCHANT, f ' ROWtAHi>,; TEXAS Aycnt for Shreveport Insurant* Ompuny. ITITE underei.gned respectfully call* the at- jjtcfition of his mends and the public, to his 3n«jw and cheap SUMMER AND PALL ST(Xj! t heavy Goods. Groceries, :| Hani Ware. ' Boots, Shoes, and Hate, Saddlery, Clothing, ladies' Dress (jiooda, Stationery and j Medicines. nd a variety ot other Goods, too tedious to men- ,on: wjiii-h will be sold on modcrat^ terms for [ASH. or usual terms to punctual customers. Cotton. Hides. and Peltries takeu in cx- ban<v,:at market prices. R. T. BRaTA RLY. Rowland. Texas. July 3*h. 18o« . ifoCti—2m. NOTICE EXTRAORDINARY. pi!K PROFESSIONAL COPARTNERSHIP existing 1 ietween Drx. LOOK tf MIXTURE, jnee tin- 1-t ot February, 1858, is this day termi- nated bv mutual consent: and tlnr. respectfully f,jue>t *11 iIium' knowing themselves 'indebted U> Hie Finn, t.i call without delay and settle, by cash ute. m final settlement must be made by the |rst ot Jtebr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 August 1859

mmwm. • I \\} iiii.ci Ji' : si it! >' yi i in m I-: , fi 31 r!' k: •'* i ;.l lit I Sj | -y I s| S '■ * vr; :* II J1. 3 Hi il^l " i - i 1?U v m\l m 1 t tm * rteohigk paaaftfpofUte - Itwflfr ■'fti 4uH '* bl weighing, aa I wn iBftiiByl, one hundred am fifty pounds—which waadrawn up and attach- ed to the efOM-pwee itor«, ready to descend on tbe yniv* «f spring. On the floor, and interval between these poets, is l llon^ low fruae-work or ear, which on groores, and a plank hinged to one extremitj of this ear falls forward upon it. In preparing for an execution, this plank is raised so aa to be at right angles to the car, and the criminal, on ascending the slope, is inarched forward against the plank. Being suddenly poshed from behind, he falls with the plank npon the our, and the i pressure of his body causes clamps to spring oyer him from below, effectually restraining all movement. The same impulse gives motion to the car, which glides rapidly forward, and the lunette (a hair oirele ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 August 1859

■ - W r m CHARLES DeMORSS, ,fp8i r,. :ts r;i. t*5V If towo BBALL 0Tm BAmraa!B*AVB THE VOL. 16, fim tht Tom Umitt . iw. nk THE DAY OF ELECTION—ITS RESULT. On Monday last, the wildest excitement was produced by the appearance in our town of Gen. Sam Houston. A few of his misguided followers persuaded him to come hero on the day of election and address the people.—By this means, together with importing K. N. votes from other precincts, they expected to! succeed in storming the Brenham box> which has over proven the 'ribraltar ot Washington eounty. The battle during the day was fierce an<i the contcst close—it was a hand to hand struggle from 9 o'clock A. M. to 4 P. M., and resulted in favor ot the gallant Democracy. It is always the best policy, on the day of election, to allay excitemeut, but a few indivi- duals *hose Knownothint principles know no bounds, who gloried in excitement regardless of consequences, insisted on their idol. Sam, being brought to this place. On his arriv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 August 1859

'WutUH>|^ If I 4* : i i i H [|j that his amy is ready tiatte the war forthe1 The amount of the WW bat there year exportation, mend) will be ^ragggSgg^ probe- libe month SiaJmi cheapest of to all he announces to i fli debt is over SWeiSWr" gs toward hat they areaqw-.,.,„., iii4r - v , The EmperorNapobon's promise to reduce r «ad navy to a peaoe footing made a greg imweesion ^ f* *«* . ,....,Tht Count de Bonnevujk) is to return to Vi- annaa* therepreaentative of France, j i'.! i spai#.—1 he Spau«h Government has re- aolved to establish a municipal system in Cuba, "v C^fin. Oaril ialdi exhorts the Italians to keep anted, augment their yanks, and maintain their fireedom under Victor Emanuel. Advices from Italy state that great dissatis- exists in the Papal States. The pres- ence of French soldiers alone prevent an oat- break. > ! I • The Jesuits have been driven out of Facnzu, ForB and Fenrara. - ' ' The Gazette, newspaper, published at Bo- logna, published a declaration that the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 August 1859

wmBM nam* r 19epMM«t ' Ml, 59, at 7 o'clock; P. afctheoftce of the I Memphis, £1 Pacific Kail 1 f, at Paris, r 57-, -rvr L.i v w- | Connty. Texas, For the Grubbing, Clearing and trailing of Sections, A. B. C. I>. A E. of mid roail. commencing on the Sulphur Fork of Red River, t Moore's landing, and extending about 5 miles westward to the contract of McFall Jt (jonipniiv, and containing bv approximate estimate". 22,W 0 Cubic Yards of Earth Excava- tion and Five miles of Grabbing and Clearing. Also Sections No. 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 4-r>, 46, and 47, commencing at the west end of J. H. Pratts contract, and extending westward to Station 2303, tt,„l containing by approximate estimate, 43,(UK) ranis of Earth Excavation, and eight miles Of ilruM'ing and Clearing. Maximum Haul, 1000 feet. Clearing 100 feet wide; and measured on the [centre line of the Roadway, ami paid for only when 0robbing and Clearing actually occurs. proposals will addressed to N. W. Townes Sec- Iretarv ut' the Com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 August 1859

; it. I il i--'■ i i t 14 ; 11 !' ; i i ! ii'' :i t M I i ! I f f ]• : ■ | Hi], j i; -!:! ;!l .;. ,? V- I m i af I'.j® ill! sf {* •II ;ri ■form you of my sedoon- jawi af the tale of tfcebarkPhcsnix. I k mv OB the ISA of October fast, on Elbowfcl^Wttg jwjggpi - ob store in * "* utSMlMxlKlf vhkh event |ien j flutker than to say, 4t>«t oa die 11th I made a harboriaan enter- ly storla, to of the Iilaad, and came to satlflf** J&0 naaalaochorage. The wind shimpf tii Ae west in a heavy squall, was not able. i > take the anchors or slip the cables so avtwidiau IlM liud ; tried to ride oat the gale, fhe first of it to be the hardest, as is inRm|,Tnrt in this case it proved not so.— She portly after went ashore, where she soon went to pieces, allowing as to save bat little beadf oar lives. We saved some fiour and bread that came on shore in a damaged state, five boats, and a few mall articles of clothing, &c., the oil was either stove on the rocks or wentathift^ ' [' ' j t sdoi)...

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

RllSipp " y ■Bill PPBP&? jffi§ ■'.■■-■: tk'r ■"'.:.-^--H-: •-- •. • fts '% < ni; Sal&wg >?" / ■PP#I , . '- -• ?.&?5istzx ;.■ Vi --rv ■: >V>i ; f r "' IR, SI *' 1' C/- \ ■ • •;! > I t . ■• ■ ■, , j ? ./ . *>'. „ ^ \ -c - ~r -jv. . ' • i , *a22 , T^Tnflipv. y.^v.jgL^y^r•... ■ 'S&.-jt-^ <• >' \J •■= - - 111111 BBIRf r- "5 '*'■ *" ; , ' ' <\ j y'.v.-#Vv: • > . ' ^ ' S1**-sS&J'Y-, * * ? $ . IB w ■M an El >i- a$f u & • zMi-i t-*s P#t44^J, W ^ *v n ■papa ■ sMR^' Hh *' : CHARLES t> «r&BjSB, miw smaue. Otr* BAWBH brave the KtBBZB-Tra standard of thb mm f ID V0L46, CLARKSVILLE, REP RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3,1859. The Hunting Tower on the hill above the house, aad Quan Mary's Bower, are both ob- jects of historical interest, bat space forbids enlarging upon thetn on this occasion, and as doubtless my fair readers are not unconver- sant with the use ot the former as a look-out upon the chase for the fair dames of f...

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

mm looks h London, % 10 ig olf the « nnmeikWivei from each of been Zurich. secret, and nothing haa trawpwed in relation $iere to. The election ifoe laenibersofthe national as- that m sfc -pijr* -I : K. JSp - #' \m 4i- 1-1 Pi: k . W I 4#! II: "*5 € ■ 1 ' ■m i.i m Ife PSsg iljj-.'-riJM liberal views but de- .{MMd totfc* feCnrn of- the grand dn- The eleetion passed oft without whatever. n the courts of Ans- tecopung moreand nt, and threatened yet to result in moro gft The alarm throughout Germany was very great, and some of tnei petty princes, it was re- ported, werj hxiking lor protection to France. A considerable quantity of African j cotton was abtout to be shipped to England. The eottpn was raisedin the eastern districts of the firofd coasts. 1 . , j Paris, July 30.—It is asseited that the Emperor,at the audience granted to the Tuscan ambassador, advised the recair of the heredi- tary prince to Florence j his restoration to be accompanied by the granting of a constitution to the co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 3 September 1859

i$PsSSMi mMsmteLi * % s *' ^ 7 €t *«*«*!# mm OSI M«AT«B FAMILY SEWIUG WbteR9ip*mittit iedt, the i ■omplete, SEALED PRO; SALS will be rrtwvi at the offleej^f th« t Memphis, ° -BjjEfeso. A {Pacific Ii* ilrRoad a Company, at Paris, l*a- I mar county!, T«ixas, ttn " til the Litiiday of No* vember. Is>9, lor the ..tpletion of 50 milea of Rail Road, eonwiencingi [the Sulphur Fork of Red River in Bowie couih t TVxtti*. i . ! . . \ die Company will Grade Uie Road, gnd place: In n condition t<> receive the croeniiuw, which || ho delivered on the line of the IL>ad. rhf contractor, or contractors, must;fnrhish the l.av down the Cross-ties and Icon, and place Koaii in running order. For whjch they will' paid the sum of One Hundred and Filly n>usnnd I dollars in cash, ns soon as twunty-tive: of the Road is finished, and One Hundred Firtv Thousand Dollars more, as soon as the; ilcs :iiv completed : and the remainder in; (t land.- oi the tympany, at a tail cash value, Or rash. : s i...

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