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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 3 September 1859

rl!f i II ;? • ijR i ■' i§* :S ' f - . : W. ft :i i|v' i! m- : U\ i r C; if t: •' |j | 1-1 i 1 l\ rll j It $ \ u |uj •• r !;•! ' 'I ft, |i 5P ii I X i i is! i -a P K i ifil; V Pi> U,'' |||p, ' ' v • lii m - ijfi ' mmsm ''ffiv'' 1@§I sZE3*« t glg®P®i j-Jr S wk H ^ p. ;. j W# ft* the fc thf immense wilds ^«IafwS d and killed a few. I law best ..... ^•adeof" ... Andj^SAwtf . nay count myself as the first white man who; haa ajetis aGte, net, and killed this wiw mal;! tjpd I have sent offlately tire t best preserved specimen in America lope, jiifore than two years ago, I sent specimens of adnlt Gorilla females to ~ phta; and six months ago I sent to Academy the specimen ot the burges ever seen. No bigger one ^ean be fonnd sor killed; 'its eise was a great wonder in the., natives. This animal; in some degree to the ; Ouaag-Oul panzce family, but fe far more form any of: them. Below is the measurement of two sent to Philadelphia One male measured, from the extremity of one arm to the ot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 September 1859

life «^r * WB $;fe- vi-: Pig s^2s mm «§&$ SImmhp; r *<*■"..■*• M mmmmm. OSAltfcBS lhilKOlfV, '^if?mt% v>j*;-M >B fci\aON fLll mm kfnxaimt. you wrid be pfensedto afe'lty* I| m «bb sad so Strang. 9*d> *>« a* ahum me fece it without emotion. Nevertheless I all the good things which make me TJfctP ON TUB * OHIO*' ispered around been troubled the effect th t . meet if not all (he ft beaniiiem last step, is true. Mr. Botterwctfthis Sickles bre been alienated ftum bftn by his number. PARISIAN WORLD OF FASHION REMARKABLE LETTER FROM A%SM* AMD ▲ B**WTT, RKCWTLT OCCU8KD. We give place, with great pleasure, to these- companying amusing and characteristic French . letter, translated from one of the Puis jour- nals, by a charming American lady now i Eu- rope. It was written by die late Counter D., wbo, with health whijifj by the of last winter's gayety in the French capital, was sent by her physicians to oneof the famous min- eral springs oi Germany, where die died last month,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 September 1859

■iiiiafliMfeiiKS .n ■ > f j* jfrSgdSr* 1 Ml " W''" ®i ■v' J.- °J, Ilifl iSl iitliiW sSEPP^CWB MM;'Sj Sjjie*oilM Be*Wi8# tie M. E- P from Mr County, m «« Mmfi to be ? and be* n>«y of te, tJtoifl If tne i « on all hand*. of John C. dewy, should .propose Sun One white * BKKOpBATIC REPOHWCAN JOURS . - as the first Chief fliiiii in u yiii hnifrrhii - *0WW>#f m*Ny&y fc- xmW*H "* " in ease of hi* ele*-* ^thewoa sUte tigiit f: •J* hi< if ft i in ■ fft ; ' 1^c :• | m ten-of el 3 record. , ' . Geacnl Miramoa had dissolved his Cabi- ne^and hieX^ernnient. repra*nted to be in a state at ep t digqrganintion. j flaiail Mamuesa bid, revolted against ,«( l>«Seg# i" Snaditojara fforces. •; < • ■ ■ } --;v . :4 Archbishop of Hepea has excommuni- ' whole Lib«>al party. . j > t Poll has been defeated at a town in hwng all his artillery and many Gen. Degollado has aasumedtbe chief com- mand of the Liberal annyr > arid promises to oonquer the. capital, by the first ,of Octo- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 September 1859

m&jii IS PPi n&mai Mi SpB mmm Mm% •f 7* .*??$.« , J4r "-*H •' £ ^R#Si & .<- ; :: i /- IFSH 11 |l?'- "*''- SEALED PROPO- SALS wiH.be received lit the office of the i Memphis, H Pieo. A [Pacifio Rail Roe4 (Company, itt Paris, La-, imac county, Texas, titer til the 15th11g j of fto- vetuber, 1859, for the Wdetion <rf ,W mite® of Rail Road, commencing oHhSpbur Fork olf Red River in Bowie coun- tVTheCMJip«ny will Gfade the Bond, and placet it in a condition to revive the cross tie*, which* «ill be delivered on the-line of the Road. The contractor, or contractor?, must furnish the lro!u i^v down the Cross-ties and Iron, and place- the RoaJ i > running order. For which theywill wA the sum of One Hundred and Fifty Tiiiiitsand Dollars in cash, as soon as twenty-five miles of the '* auf* ^ne Hundred and Firtv Thousand Dollars more, as soon as the fitiv mil« are complete*!: and the remainder in the lands of the Company, at a fair cash value, or i.', . ash, as the parties m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 September 1859

1- -ll'J'f 8g £s^Btoai^M '-' f. ;■. ." ,- :.., . - -- ■**"* , >£n .1 1 p^^PVTY^..- Ai' j V j-■Si&fcAn* -^-jeifcif'~>X.uUi^*^^^ia^aailKwisM - . _ • *SL"*--',"1 >N ' - , ISIliWSsSM /*• .*r •*, j j^- H il '■ || K ; if >1 j !?' i{ r| r- ' J !■• -; it Iv 11 «% lit I P \b § I t ;J| If IT i} |i -1 II II r I *t II * i y. ,11 i '-'« i ,>i it l i i 1 is f ,' ,1 $ 11 Is >3; :W# '«*■ , (0 mm' Alice of igMty, intelUgeacM, steading in ao- ~e doubtlete _. ^ . ...J ! ; &ir en- after % omul delays, hahi g*,and *-*— not inappropriately _ °n «oeh occasions, fie was ' accepted «m they became Affianced. But, as if to iW- tmte this old quotation, u the coarse if the love never did run smooth,'* difficulties arose °ot foreseen by them, and a coolness [was the consequence, which fora time seemed to have disposed of the matter without farther parley. " Lovers' quarrels are ever of duration short," and; the breach was healed, at least Apparent- ly, jfor a time. Bumor says his relati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 September 1859

KJ i3W;rcrPTv f ' ' v" i \ - A V iii-: \C-;'--A iv..r :i: r-r ,: •" •• • ' - wmzwm ■"~*.tV,V '- Ki;j-fev- i. KSRpeSS i:r3% i:rv4i&fuif*)ti.3i&T &mm- *• •"*'••'> C •: 1-:> • U-. • I t ■> I.i te-'.i . ♦•ft' JTSiiU^iitJ iS ~4 CHARLES De MORSE, ■* . m ^niivir^nhjt VOL 16, ■5PP! A TRAG KDY P CINCINNATI "SP**- CMMSV1LLE, RE D RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SAT OR DA Y, S E P TEMIER 17, I'mm !> h Timcs of Avij. 17. \ terrible affair oct wrml last evening on the nti > Kijrhih and I'Uim street, which, in ■Kami i*^ ueve'.opciuents, execjtls anjtl.iug kin ": which has ev Several 3!)onthf< airo occurred in man name *"■ T man then residing int California, who hud for j i OUNGOIIILOI'TRAUI'jDBI A PRINCE nearly !two years been supporting her in ease j • and. Injury. !She was regarded as his mistress, j the czak avenues ukr wronusu The folhiwing melancholy tale told in the apd ovfcn ut tbe time I)e Marbais made propu-1 i evidence of the wife of a suicide shows how als of iuarria...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 September 1859

\i J] II f! tt i m i m ■14 I ISilF MM HI mi nA n i-4l '-'i- 11 i-lp I! fi it 1,1 if pi Ill Mii I; 21 b ..*1 : n p >ij ill -Sf and wife OTepe**- a d took jvJT * een by tia America. New York, Aujr-tSZ ed Lagtw jra oa the the ul&oe witfctbTrip. lipHoneR at thiaport him Aspinwall, to the 5th inst. tt2.19A.000 in treasure. Her been atiapated by the Efetaafcat New Orleans. - fy - : Polttoaland General Hew. Dispatches from Paris announce that laiger liberties had been granted to the pren, and all warnings to newspapers had been with- drawn. A dispatch from Zurich, dated on the 15th of August, Mates that on that day a conference was held between the Austrian and French Plenipotentiaries, wlubh lasted two hours, the Sardinian representatives being excluded. Nothing is known of the cause or the result, but it a generally believed that some serions obstacle to the settlements has arisen. A Cabinet courier from Paris'arrived at Zu- rich on the Same day. The Paris correspondent o! j the L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 September 1859

, L W. Dr. >i. tOr- to K- 1 ?j*Mni*i<* A>«- :■•**,ai *•* *^T«,^ ' :Pdr: UOTICB TO RAIL ROAD CTORS. SEJkLEl> PROPO- SALS! will be received at th* office of the Memphis. El Piso. A racist 11 ail Ijfcoad Company, :*t Paris, La- mar countv, Twnif, uu- til thei l.itL day ol' No- vember, lWt , for the p,ijftion of W miles of R*il Road. oon a ett<?ihg W1 '(j.e .<uIphur Fork of Red River in liowie «ouu- *'v,ni;>-iH\ will Grtde the Rf u<l. and place i a condition to revive the 4'ross ties, which Ivii! be delivered on the line ol thej Road. ,nnir8i'tor. or contractors, Inust t'lirnwli the .av'jowi; the Cn*Mies and iron, and place id in miming ordirr. For which they will ,1 .)l(. sum of One Hundred atul Fifty sand Dollars in cash, as soot as twenty-five ihe Roa«l>s litiished. anjl One Hundred j •v Thousand Dollars more.j as soon iu<i the K-; are coin 1 and the remainder in ! i, 0f {>(• (.v>mpa;iy, at a faijr cash value, or j ->- tlio parties mav ajcree.l ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 September 1859

I i MBPs i|r li jls J .1 Si :* t •U ti "4 I '« i : | -ij f| 1 Hi S.'i 1 1 U' a yp BI $ I ft m I 111 J t| ii il'H !« kji 1 fl'1 ^SBSiWi SmbJkr 4^r ftial -r? £«*<? ^Sr |-hmM; [ my shade, '■yfeeliags WPiU I it all. J- than tbe lily, • than the rose, at Sot- tas - J?j' s* c l^W\M f\ ylSIl fpltoB -^^SSSSESffi? JEftsSS "lElSl 'have not he*"* of hef 8in0^- When Btertea u a nine Wm uniTfor working-vonly h^wJuWbe tbttnkruUy tf=s =nrr S# / ^ -JBSHBSik^.,, pt,*35' * 'Vjl ■1 .?'-,I - - ■ -} ' I I • 8M •?;4V.. iagwwsssCT •f ■, wasp® MiiiBlnH fhi. /ftaftanold sunt, or drawn the pmein the Havana lattery. The and quarter eagles, lew around and young Metootte like the French ' ~ feriiio. ' Various kinds of nine at his labelled decanters, sipping and inqfiVeottdasfBendiair style to well chants, heads of gnktlrp. A riage and rfenranto i«' Krer.- at his service all the time. Constant and costly presents to all hisyonng lady frienda. Pleasure parties of the most brilliant sgrt, including all ; the di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 24 September 1859

wmt ?■■ :* ■ >■ | • ■. ! •••.•■;: -..4vi'it Ijr'w j - ■. mk* , K'-^i • Kf|3|P -'4| ■ * si s&l'-i "••••i a4 " ■ •. 'yyiti fet Wil ft**:.', ~:*1 wllil ■ •.•''■' >V : Vfrjf ,*•?<;'• ■ jV'5-: jWv.-k. • «. ,' • ir- O $hmsK " 'i . - .1??, ^SsSllilAg " ^ "r" 1^'y kvvtti.^e* Pa " * ' sww*?' i? w> r^irifw ph IgSSPSS * j S*® Jg !:-*3nHV?>,r- VJtf,*',, ji■¥« 5,',* ' :'• •• S*'* r • [ * I." >'. « I jRi -l.,"/ " \>: • V>- V I." -Zikff fi E':'... '? '• • ". ■ '-■"' •'■-{■ i • .<!.;••• ft 'j.-' -."• # :■/'*< :tvf W. a|4 ;-Avt *.' 1 liffS all ■%£ iJJ •>_ ■mwi h •' <v ' iij: §fei« J^"':. ' • : ' - T 1% Vf * •• W 4.* ..«.V '.r\$£:' 7 ■-:'%& y W&i "pp'" •ftpcr r-~ry-i r7^t ■ • - • • ? ' -77-• ——■ '^ ^'■■■■■' « ■ •• n.rr,ni-. i.iii*f iii.n.u. —7 •7V --V?77^? y -. r1 ';r-• 1<. .''"W-V^?t r vii^ii 1 wi.jn rTiry.yt.gr• -.gaa IiOHQ SBAltli OUR BANlTOt BXtATB THB BQSBSSB—7BB VtAKDJkKD OP 7HB FBBB! VOL 16, CIAKKSVIHE, RED RIVER COONTY, TEXAS, S AT.0RD A Y, S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 24 September 1859

m ys amofiut ich i2,560 Twcre taken haleti, of '^si Sfjp ■rfi si mm II I 'j I ,! i & •t|g ill lit * If (H i V<T . ;r v IV- 11 Bt iff. .. I JI |RI I IJjpVI nmfket crosod the there day's business firm, with an advancing tendency. | .Tjlfc latest abvjees 1'rbm Mtttteboster andotb- pr manufacturing districts are mare favorable. Se demand {jar manufactured goods and yarns 8 now active and prices were generally firui- J New YoiAc. Septj 15.~The| Democratic State convention met yesterday atj Syracuse.— Two ew of delegates were present froni the tjiiy of New York, and two temporary chair- men were appointed—one from each' section.of the party—-the hards ind softs. J The greatest excitement prevailed during th$ session—-the severest personalities i| ere indulged in between • the hards and the (softs, which was carried on to such an extent that they finely camc to blows, and in the midst of tne row the conven- tion adjourned till to-day. ! , Fout AriujcKI/r, An"; J9tl) 1859. j Jim Ned,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 24 September 1859

p| from. imp**'"*8 Mt<l mivaafkctarerc, ""sir of which will be soWat.taw firktw, wholesale and rer *1 #tl be receiting M 4 short time, a very large W?«ty of all kittite «f goods, suite-! to the w^nt* of this country, select edin Lhe new York market. A large portion of the goods Were! selected to meet Urn wants of the Ladies, in All departments. GROCERIES. 100 Pwkattm Pnn> BraucUm. Whhs, Ota, KUm, ic, (tu*r Btro«** imported.; Sim p*.-luiis«r tt«a*it|c U'lucrt, Braniltai, Win*. <)|B ami WtiUkfc*, 4*Sortts . , ' ; . •H) bH«. t'u.- Vl.-jri<4 lVmU and Apple Bran Or, a ad kve Whl.^<-y- [ , •A) "•*■.- -Vli-klmiTMiaapi*. ,!;• ] uir«>i .Uso*«l UnlifcCnUaMlW. i , M> lirM Wiiv «J (WW DuHlnj ;l Tiali. a<. tenter*,' TanU,rs, G^ts, jfiv U-nea t'«ai Lamp U1okm>, U )p oluafes, rtu., vUj. ' *10 So—tL paints, oils; ETC. | 4«> S v^5 Whitf j J, KM 3.-) I.Kh i'sris hU'sltn Blm«, Chroiae V l!t w, Ct n>inf liivrn, in wl. H , Uii8. .v„t f v^. i rj i'• ii*tiw vurioos coking ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 24 September 1859

iff i m j|'o 4 f1 - ft 1 1 a ii! a lis s it I-* If k ihH; 'ill 11 « J ;4 :i i ■ i >*H! 1 6H 111 &mms ^^^wsrt $pS& -"'Si; !fat*ft *•*•<* wHha lore tint was ««e th&aWrs,* laud my Annabel Lee ; * Wi&alove that the wiaged «rraph above X^tfttd )«rwj|p|:.-,' -./>,'!f . u^iiil Aa.s JtfW I Xym% rrt, ^ Fe ntnned l l iiwip«^«Kftan4ryr mi eotanenced bis labofa. He mm detected. wrested, end condemned to be executed. Tlw witiHM waa sent to Jm King for approval, witbmt *hk)h no exeen- tion can take plaee. UsesMy a reprieve u granted, and; often the sentence of death ia cumulated into perpetual exile or iiMpriaouineul for Bfe. But in. tnis case the K|n« seewiag to he peculiarly ia^gnaiil and ex^feratOd; or- dered the ezocutUMterat omb ta proceed to the jail and rftrHte i# the wretched yonng man's head. It was done, and a, natitt Christian, Watebiap- Im opportunity, took a pieee el* pa- per, andidippio^ tt in ueimk blood, sent it to the fitter who had edpeated the young mar...

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

|gj§f§gi§'' ■ SShI m f* * 'I «:"P si # $4&*fr ;>v M zs LONG rKH *. apppif WO BE E i n ftlYEK M iff Foreign and Clothing, iron, Hteef, TSaib, EWwaS* Cartage, nwtkgteMOtWIu A tiroes t*. foot prints across the continent. No. v. FBrfa—7%« Company, /A 3 Road*—The ^ onrf t/a Economy—JWe 0/ Travel— Kanwn the Cook—The Meal in the. Wilder- ness—The Xght-fiide an t*, he Bivouac— Mountains never loat Sight of—Mountain Gorge—Beautiful, Grand and Impressive Scenery—San Jfttdfo. On reaching Fort Clarke we had to make our final arrangements for the long, lonely travel before us. At this point we bid farewell to the settlements. For 500 miles there is not a hu- man habitation except at the military posts, and tl.ese are from 75 to 125 miles apart. Belt-re we start, 1 may say .that nothing sur- prised me more on the route than did the well- defined, beaten highway, where I had expect- ed a dim, dulious trail, passable by wheels, chiefly on account of its simple, natural adap- tation. We not o...

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

M iif- 1 , k'X Hi'?.' ■I ft li 1 | ft, m b m M ijl 111 Fu • t I ^ m -fx! m 1 i ,.i i j li m '* *| 1 -i-t 4 m f if f| |jj ii || ,'i li i I'i i.'-i '\f- , / :N-V? ;:<v4 : *;•: r *««* "iijffi the&th f romPorto an of Prestdjent Qoflrnrd h dated on Simoda and ce All the to be tumied into of them, the 2fi % a native c American Lav tied il Til ST A A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL. A serious i M**stor of! Hrer^Doti tsJ m i O'i native' enj vered I n it oa pi i the go rjjSrT<t*K,8e|it. 17 made to-day by the Jarw f numbea of work' engaged on the Ert -m Jroad tunnel, at gen, Now Jersey. Y ' . The strike assumed rt The rjad was blockaded all the trains were steppj The regular western through m left J?ew York at the fsnal time, h; sent batik to New York,! and was sent Hncfaon river railroad;'via Albany. Two regiments of the New Jersey i had been ordered to proceed to the scene riot to prevent th« destruction of propifrtyT^ , Postmaster Fowle*, ojfNcw York, has m;f [ a requisition on the...

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

mm ■mv. " v.. • •' 'AN08 and other music*! instru- ments, having nerved a regular ap- ^ _ prenticeship to the above prul'eaMons tin England, and having had a practice of ton [years in the United States, otiers ljpte professional [eervicefl to such as may require than in the SMtes of Louisiana, Arkansas, and Texas. m Mr. Smith proposes to travel through' North Eastern Texas, once or tifice a year, if required, [ aud he id confident that he will give entire satis- faction to thow who may eriiploy him. He lias i in his possession numerous testimonials from La- die* and gentlemen of the highest standing through the above States, and takes great pleasure in re- ferring to auy of the below named. Rafarsnoa* John M- Waskom, Jetfereon; Rev. W. E. Bee- f son, President Chapel HilhCollege, 'Daingerfield, I Texaf: W. B. Estes Esq., Boston; Joseph Brown [ Esq.. Red River county. Texas: T. Laing Esq., leader of the amateur band. Marshall, Texas:Rev. Mr. Ford. President of the Female College, Min...

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

■ *r ' SW 'mk mm. for tlie i of his- rid# fef M|t , reoeatly |in^ii )xtbrd P«A K: ' ■ i.; Si m : t i M l;:1 f ii ft A 11 III H 11 I i-j Pi ii 41 .ft 1 i Vli: in* ;•*) q }H ' i ll 11 r ii >i frij B'lf iM til UN worn % /iarijaf a: privation,spent in -he embodm i«a, fs fori? Ka&iuitthig the ,;<d the highest tribou: _ , orm a. minified con- _ ^ _ _ on the. an iaVeqiiMt of John j W. Fawkes, itinplj Byiytunt imn infljrr tlirnr tof his grand his &V" native - - in the j> tjdfclr teW;#Mi aee *n<i anxiety, giving ordeiis.to the fare- hie rough attire soiled .in f cli # «au«<>> more honoittfjie tbktTtifiperial pu^- his? permission 1 stepped upon the ^tood by his side, to the shrill ' whistle gave the signal to start. One move- ' meat of Jwe Ieyer, .and onward we went up an ascent of about seven degrees, and with smooth uniform motion. As the eight shares entered the soil, i apprehended apudden check and strain, lite that felt when a railroad train - ii partially " ...

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

• 'VU- mm. Wz^twm Seagpsgiie ft 'y*" . V H'fe" '£v y-?w. • ?? CHARLES DegtQRSB, >«>•.; •«?-••- «*••<*• .■ UKATiT. oira laAHmak utAVB MM * i &as3« ^ „*«*>•. T *iiS£ P«WV'-. ' ; ' -:' • ■•]:• ■ ft<l . ••■■ :> P .•*.y!--!• >■'• *:.'■ jf <snf :i'« *L"v '■• .^. M &<j$f'.#Ok%£^ J?!&s«fc. I"'" ■>■•*! 1 "i ':■jB;'-><. ..= <>w " ' I ; J®: " Hjf.* "p .-'•> '•#*> ;&rf| V- . '-Mri !-45 &««: ". -je~i .■# wr- ■Dirok^trs >att*sra¥a0,' VOL 16, ^v. t. r '~TL"—|l: i I | / A N d ^ foot prints across the continent. No. TI. The crystal waters of the beautiful San Pe- dro looked go cool and inviting, that while creas- ing, the passengers in each stage put out a man upon the step, to dip the bleeaed beverage, for the refreshment of all. For a tine, we were all hard drinkers. So soon as we qouild -find a plsre level enough to stand still on, we stopped for breakfast. Id a lew minutes the fire was -kindled, the ttorr-r<«m opened, and ...

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

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Publication Title: Standard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 8 October 1859

m ?; - ■ ? " •;•:" "*/ - t- ?&*',• 1 ■>'! H wmmm OS ;TONER AND REPAIR!, B OF PI- AN OS and other musical instru- ments, Laving served a regular ap- _ prenticeship to the above professions iti England, and having had a practice of ten •ears in the United States, oilers his professional services to such a* may require them in the States 0f Louisiana, Arkansas, aud Texas. * Mr. Smith proposes to travel through North Eastern Texas, once or twice a year, if required, and he is confident that he will give entire tiatis- fln-tion to those who may employ him. lie has in his |xt*s«*8eion numerous testimonials from La- dies and gentlemen of the highest standing through the above States, and takes great pleasure in re- ferring to any of the below named. Refer encoe. ype, an entirely new Johrt M. Waskom, Jefferson; Rev. "W. E, Bee-f 8tvl° of picture, mid in feet the picture of the age; on. President Chapel Hill College, Daingerfield. uever before introduced in Texns 'IVxas: W. B. Edtes E...

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