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

^©HPc^S'-; S-l'* •' . ,- > /' ■■ , , - j \ . ' " - •• .' S ) -5 U m ?*.■ Tr wiHNN^ s-HolIaoder by tie pairoByai'M iwdi lim to am WSBtrj) ot Iter that ttdfeajto^ H« If BilmiM the name .... -,,,. i£ii^ tba „ ^ .^np|g(.Meo Into the oonrts, bo has ob- ef (he tribunals for bo do- Aneriesn, ill notiaitig the . tatruduce* the following ill un- to show the variousttansfor- namea are xwnetiaea toroed to ■ft Austtii, W * . AlVm, HMrttta* JUta, Maruutt M*bot| <iba ^^Savsoit, aaeon.1 vMmSi &ruas* r, BF Harnett, AW* Bryant, 3 Hratau, Miirm Bagwell, MMas mt««y, y. Block, \ n Rrtu>. Thai N HasH?, SylwranS Bftliy, WiOUiu toUJe) . WmM \ mefctton the DeUaaes that become 'the DtiponceauiJ that become! Bridge- the Zimmerman* that becoihc flarpen- iertf vttt rery many oonreisions hf names irhkibj*ill afford infinite amusement to auy one who mil hunt up the curiotis learning to be found lon'thu subject in book?. Thuj an ro- tate Ijjrencto critio is Mid to have built up a tolerably ingenious ...

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

'■ --."• *■*/..i-v- ... ''s-;••' •*• li I «H •,m:r ijfiffflt; Ml CHARLES DeMORSH, VOL 16, t~: j-. r" T> $!0$i 4- $&■ ■ sra*. i r «? •/- ;V; ***** «s foot prints across thb continent. No. vn. q.u-Pnhnrtto—Train stmt/herds—Antelope*■— j I Juno Estaeado~—Fwt Ixmeaster'— Prcos j ftiter—Sight and Smell—Strange mountain scenery—Comanche Springs—-Ilot dags and add h iyhts—Betting tlm bottom, dollar—Em- ifrution — Lgmpia — Grand fat*—Dead Mm s IMe—Thflkrt Towns. We lelt Howard Spring after breakfast, and pursued our journey through the day without L> special iueideat by the way. The country is poor, dry and rocky. The only growth is a dwnrfe'i menfuitand a specks of palmetto with a long serrated leaf, commonly called in S. J£. Oeoruin, "saw-palmetto." - We met several government trains, a herd or two of horses in truant from Mexico to the in- terior of Texas—uieru aorubslock, not of much y3lud an} where- in the alternoon we saw a great many ante- in different si|uads amorg the hil...

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

..Mz'iv ill s J fw i }h J« Mi- ? j;' ' 5S | p . ,s J.I; S|| *? ii r 's i #1 II I |!M IU Mil 11 |ii si1 if* •r! V.:.% ' ® •i K i* j I 1,11 h n ll ■ Iff I a| iM I ::! iff fe If 'W Garden plants are thrifty. ^iiifcr% ir the «wy yards account of thf preparations I'" ' •• i' <•'.* ; affairs oi Frapee have not wops are greatly below those (.-^■The Zurich coiifcroioe resumed j on tht 19th iast |"PortsBBoath uetj yard three ninety t gon ships liiir tondar order* for foreign wr- > T!8e,and foftr gunboats are being prepared for CM Ttonesi feet Hie greetest activity pre *1(1 WM^ich and other points, getting * 'sipNUfQiS, ete. : ^ ^ A" ship of the Rue, steel plated, ealled the VMagenta, which is to be the largest in the *' FVeneh nary, i ncw being bniltlat Brest. B Tfcelaw* of France in relation to the liber- v1k of ti press, will not be modified. reported that Franee will co-operate with Spain in the operation agaipst the Moore -' Th* French tiutjpost? on the frontiers of Mo- 1 rocoo bar...

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

3 . mm &0 861I IPIIss '*A lismt a- v ID &£ ^yi&rt i services * 'v V"i! ( I*.! r, r ^ ,^ ^tw '* regular *p- 1 prenticeeiliip to fche aho\ o profce^ionn and, *nd having had a prfcrtiee ot ten lire United States, often? his profmionai to such sa wiay require them in the Slates of fcoai siana, Arkuh^s, atid Twa*. Mr. ">ii ith prvpowfes to travel through NortJi EhMrni Texas. otifcfc<W twice a year, il required, and he is confident tjiat ht w ill give entire aaiie- taction :to those who may employ him.' He has in his possesdion numerous testimonials firom La- „T,J gentlemen of the highest Standing through the above States, and takee ^reAt pleasure in re- ferring io auy of the below named. References. lo'in M. Wmdcom, JeiFeraon: Rev. W. E. Bee- ■- ; " l .._ t I 'ItAiiai Hill I V>l?aa>tt })aiixnuiM<\hl<l ■K..„(er ,)f the amateur hand. MLirsiudl, Texas: Rev. Mr. F<>r1. President of the Kdrhale College, Min- ,h>n I t, l>r. L. H. Walker, Coi'tmbna Arka...

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

' . r j> " -■ • '• ' - $?te '' 1$i&r> sSiar'; :&* -if ■^litliapi . J&s', £~%a'°hl£trC 'I SSafeffi 'fe f ■ : S mm ■'i ■ ■ ■*'-"• v '■■ -' .- :■■: m b\ j j$p fe ; <5 ifd r«ki| j'If I l&il Pi % %l | 3 iB i f ill ill m |; Hs I iff 111 i -ifi !; il t* V J:m! ft m $>;.! fir ; ft'-' ' r '? a I - 'm pgiSr ■ |vp.-r 3 ■ I ; ,"2 Ml'-",.'1:' - , j 1 4f; t- PA h i ^ p#,i IrJ tar,- ■ .. -i« -a <- v. l-m ' money. to nddwastke Govt, ing strain lor fifty minutes. npouGodto witne* hi# Dr. Julius (the princil ,) bid Mdrifaed Mi lite, ted parties concerned in the He add that Isabella Bankes h« ^ras married, Mid it was agn union should be ratified hereafter, in of the deatfiof his wife. With, re- ejbroperty, he said be might have fi%ud sole control of it if he pleaa- there was nothing which Isabella would hare withheld from him, _ Ha was delivered in a low, conversational Chief Barcm then said: Thomas you have been found guilty of the umifdex' df Ia bella. Baokes. I think ...

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

jffc-y-- wSmL f- OPAKI.^S DeMORSE, *4 :.*m LONG SHALL OUH BAilWkk BRAVE THB BHITOZB—THB STAXTDAXD OF THB FRUBI m VOL 16, THE ameeicaSs in china Cnrr'jpon't™** Xntiotoitl Int'Higtmefr ■'US? Iprooohing on* I when fcbey got! tiear, seem i the hour hid joot arrived C LA RKS VIL L E, R E D RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, 0 CT0BE-&-22 S , -r'Jf- 'jfefj[ A WD PROFRIITT however, two.^ood-looking junks wereseen ap j tore (English awl Fveucb) had, announced to ship in thi morning, which, j the authorities on shore the ubjcct of their vi- •tjt y. Flao-Ship Powhatan,!) " Guff f fichefr, China, ;v .hi# 4th. IS V. . j) « Vrrivins at the mouth of Peiho, afjer a jjnnka came todur bow, andj an officer Came 0i> l_ ,i pa.«aag«. June 21st. the French land bo-mi wish thij lollowintc letter: , l' ' .'I fleet were seen tt anchor; the |u« ; •'.Junk 3d, 1850. ta IfStttyte} atneo+aif, and that they should proceed by tho river r,twiaip$ op t.h„1 Ttont s o, on their *ray to Pekin, oomformabily £ag. Tho C...

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

i li r'f H J if p-a H? 51v l ! H > is i«i ;* f. If ill It?;! r. 'i i f: I li iii'u • i f*i 141 .. '4 f :' •'*:{ J1 1 ■li Me Is l! ii li Hi hi u :u !|| ,1 :< •H- I H" >4 gl% •Mnil fm Jill ?S |jl |i l9f s\ t >i fl f 3,v ?W0z m IM • ■& ®P?i m.: MPS ws *r ra. BAUfAl, Oet 7.—-The Canard arrived here to-day, iwttM"' f Saturday, September 24th than j jfat Livkhpool, S||^t$h*1?he;' An# of A wmarkedwith tendency to # _r .awl; dwmg rt * et, * decline on •il qualities i to tje reported* amounting to id., '" insome case*, even to more, cn inferior B<&er*beve bmin free offerer*, bat is no dispoaition to press stocks oh tbe salts today are reported at 7,000 bales up to noon, exporters taking 2,000 bales. The ' stock on .land is estimated at 592,000 bales, of Which 490,000 bales from American ports. £ The roost interesting feature of the English neks is the announcement of th« return of the ""jto-anier Fo*. from an expedition to the Arctic scad in seareh of sir John Franklin...

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

if f^oW^Pps C;^Vi?j*^: WWflli^jr --r-^e^W^jr i| :}4 -BBS-BBS KM ra,« !tfl ^ ^ _ |™. 111 i^ i ^«lP^jWP!i|j^|| (Wtiaj ! MM I fmihiMel ii:t <1 gwtt l Kao-t \ | . ACu 4 CO. > 36—tL iY. imM<d| tic. or Ki ] M. ft roa, i Texas. iiK.ll i*p ! Com- hv m ' will ! J of ti-f j at i , an tfc I __ !£] I to b ineetf I mtrtius:- "Ik IBrfenf U <.'*- -;;w [rtfeiTei i.eowtj' ubcii • ia | tniJinf w dalr some toton* do- > titan l <v«- HftiJ IB tUf th* ,<rf 1M*. M Tcut. Ke*{.. l«ai i-' Mr. dri: : M*-. i n. t h-t. IN p>STRt .RIVER. | BUXPjOWSBSHCTaBADYWPU Ttf&lWrtiOnktmwaaa Walnut, j JVA'tt' UNDER TUB SUN!!! or Wgt&Jdy; &hd> eitUated on Ked | TjuJE largest, tl-e flnest, the moRtva- an<^ }l * ,auS* tvmpletc, iWfort- ' Tneat of l'ieftire Goods ever broughtSto Eastern Texas. litis juat been received, I they an* now on exhibition at owe s (iew gallery of tine arts. Walk up ladies and Gentlemen, ami leant your even with notnc- thin« rieh. j * , ; , Ambrotypcs, Sphercttt...

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

mm ASMS*. Hat*;-1 . Y f BP^> m: ;s & ! f 5 ?! Hi J# [*f I|ij Ii' M 11 ill W II 'I hi H M M pi I3 '! II I lif J ii J £ IS i ; m U i ^ ii i is the name qfa brighj>ey*d, twelve or faaictelto |«rw of mgb widowfcd mother, " help* to ;aud by «mS .. ^ at chance to M '• „„„ U>of th ph— ■*'iwfr* I «c ate about to rofiori, neat m ki« attire, though hm SB** <**,* been jrfU >•* id an^ry pWehos «ad mended rents. suits of both: poverty and frugal care. In short, Johnufj if jwrt such a boy as we usedloj" resd ihoiR" i in Sunday School books. frmnUay ruinp. bright and early, he was trudging along JJroa&wsy, between Frsoklin Avenue ami Washington street, when he ehsnitwd to stambl* against a Isr^e poekrt-btwk, which he piefced ap and found to contain a large number of hulk notes and papers. While he w^s med- itating; on ti e suddoa riches he- had ai sad wbieh he had Mid into a capaciousJjockfet, or perhaps racking his youthful mind whether to lor the owner or cwuoeal his good ...

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

El. It St 15# . '• liiiiMftftjil MM m.. M.^wn.yi ; . r i^ma m A h, mw<&m <&3 kSMm^ > *<*-*■ •> T---'- HHH x.obo shall otm ba1iwbr bftavb tbb brbszb-thb btj3tdard cfp tsb 1wmt OBARLSS De MORSE, ff y-? C LA R KSVIL LE, RE1) RIVER CODNTY, TEXAS, S A T PR I) AY,OCTOBER29,185S. VOL 16, POLITICS OP THE DAT. SPEECH OP HON. ROBERT TOOMBS. SfsB1 the Augusta {Gi.) OmufitutkmaJixt rtf Sept. 14. iu or Robert Toombs. at Acocsta, (Ga.) on tai bsday moict, Ssnr. 8, 18" 9. F rmv CITI/KN3: I appear baf^re yon lo- n; -ht. in obedience to the summons of lay po- litical friends, to take counsel with them con- oJ n'n.if the state of the Republic. I cannot coiii'idt'T your polite invitation to address you this occasion a mere personal ccurtosy. It rit,ht to know my opinions on all ques- tii'iif t'f public policy or political action which a fleet your in i*.-tests. and it is my dutv to them. I now propose to discharge that 1 to <:ivo • .'U my opinion on those spe- lt upon yo-.ir ...

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

,1 ililSlil i V ••• ■ i<\.: ; • - • i; : ; • •oven ithwk ofafciWi ' r-t rH iilll. i i H1- };■ •i;i ;: S« If I i « h-:i ■ si -J *«* ^ |g Wp **fcial thia Ti, Oct. 12. aouuty cat© that the city for municipal ofecers w*s bekfeto-day, hat not without repetition of some of the riotous proceeding* *i eb haw ehameterwed aof many previaaa no—ism of the kind in thin ■ JXkw York, Oct. 14-U#&* Cwwad ft**' ship Africa, haAarmed at thu port* briwgittje two d*fir l*t<ir advices thaa wereWfceivea h^ the e&yrf ^h<4«ter last aiplrt. The Air., ea left^Livwpool on Saturday, tlw 1st lost ? awl experienced- heavy weather during apart of the *eya#fc> • P"** Lryfppoot Cotton Matxkvt—iartptul, Oct. l.-^T. e sales ot'Cotton daring! the ww^ ending yesterday,, amount to 50,IW bale#, of which 8500 we're taken by speculator* and 11,* ©00 by exporters. Inferior qualities of'Oottcn I.ave-ipkpcrienteful a pastiid decline of id, and in .*•!## 'insMnccs id, dnrinj?:the wie^k. The pri?esof Middling...

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

■ - , ■ . . • ft; 3'* ^-situated on «f Bowie <K>m the ek, ottered for sale; the owner a plaofc better raited to his f the adjoining cotjntj above. The tract i aboatiSUUO acres «j>f the best river-bottom love orferrtow. -which in coverttf with a [ot Cane, Walnut, Fiunu. and other timlier, licales, without doebt, ekeeseive fertility, the ffrtt crop cff <3et?on yiefded ov *r one acre. Then* are train 30t) to 3«ifl acres with a first rate trauie Gin Donee, ¥ alnat eerseeif'M liouec* Cribs, Jiegro Quarters, i any one with a telre trom lii to 25 hands, kce otters superior iuiturenientH. ! terms, apply to .J. A. N1. Murray, Oarkfr- lowell A Buckiier. ShrcvepOrl, on the prem ■ toiuveel t'at Pecan Point, Red River coun- M. WATSON, ,TB. C3.1. l«r.P | no .16—Mia. NOTICE, [that may be Concerned In Particular, |the balance of Mankind in General— |ting: MAN, Wonnn, or Boy, that know lemse". ~cs ii.debted to the 1? te firm of WI L- JAC KSUN, either by note or account, kve themselvus cw...

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

#■5 H! mmrn Mffm wmi ;&■ •jk1' M' j. | 1 Ji m I I I'Wi I ■m :■ Hn'F I- ~i !■ - I; r ^ f I! 1# «) Hi - iijf -si Oft tbenwrnlng < nllel threw tkowty into the j Hoe 11' It will be rtaaUsH&lAif * 1st, 1859. - Jnljkst, t* BOt tO toRe| Mexican brought '#•* tf^p&np ■ pit he In ant estbelf rtcoTama from the efftxto of the wound, Qortinss im- mediately made his esoap. After a short «tay at the rancbo Of his pother, about thirteen mil<* afcove here, hie cirwaed ue river and has since,, hntil very lately, been j* and about Matajnorodi Wednesday morning he, with a band variously estimated at from sixty to one hundred men, armed and on bdmbaek, all Mvxitfana by nativity, but most ot them out- laws from Mexico, whom we on the American side have foolishly given an asylum, rode into our city ahbnt'dajlight, posted their sentinels, and proceeded to pick out the m*n tno«t disa- greeable tothem Geo- Morriij 'Wni. P. Neale, K L. Johnson, Clemente Reyes and Viviaoo Garcia, were killed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 November 1859

^ ••• -4 V * P" -• -'■/".■*' fi," ;,.r . >• j "v- CHARLES VOL. 16, POLITIC8 OF THE DAI SMARKS OF HON. HENRY WINTER DAVIS. From the Baltimore Patriot. iomis of Remarks op How. Hesht Wijctkr Javis, on Acosptixo his Nomination for thk Foi'iitk District op Maryland, on thkutu Skp- rBMUKK, lbu'J. [Mr. DaviSj atler expressing his high appre- ition of the honor conferred bj the profer- Lcc of the people of the district, and his grato- ' acknowledgment for the unwavering sup- prt they htul always given him in the midst the trying scenes of his public service, and the fiice of every clatnor and every falsifica- of his conduct and motives, proceeded to The present circumstances of the country are riotous to those of 1856. Now, as then, an Administration having at origin elements of vast power, and in its st Congress a great majority in both Houses, been broken down and destroyed, before fcc end of the tiret session of its first Congress. Then, as now, the failure was occasioned by, lie del...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 November 1859

If m Vauderbilt t it this port 12th ins*., the ;43th, ght OoMB She Ml Of OOttOtt J |i 1 S *> If-, ,•: Iffei 112! It'fit! II! liHi I i If :I I i ft1! k ? I ' ,4 !!: I lb mil pile l\m !Hl 1! 11 J: : 1 ... ;i k ! ' $1 "! 1 V S } },v- n i,:^i Lf; ; ! 13 *' [f •!?'*«; i H$w 1 N jL.li 1II P ' l P &r P) I 111! jj j| I id fl^wsd^,*- a good ra- the Anglo BLICAN -I a a ■ ir $. -The steamshi ; thfe port ihis jMrabg.f Bites from Liverpool are to Wednesday the 12 th inst. jameOJjJewitt k Go. write priva*ely to eorrsa- pondentr bere that the cpttoamacket >waa-ac- tive, with a slight advance on, uiidtliii^ quali- ties and gradaa above. The market for slower qualities continued depressed, but there were ■ signs ofrevival. ; ni •-i •. • • TUe meila of the Oeoan Queen!, arrived last evening, have new bees fially delivered. Those from Ha' reare tothe 13th inst^tbuee fironi Southampton to the 13th. The former aw* im- port" nt, Ai containing the^late and important MM few Itaty. j* >•• f-S."...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 November 1859

Ktfe il- PATIOM FOB SALS, ON ABD RI VBR . r - TfFL* Tlati latinn known a* Walnut, | or Big BJHy Bend," situated on | Bed "~tvw. m the nraer put of Bowie . inty, and eight Billed tiem the ilt C%ok, ia offeredfor sjMe; (he owner ItviiS purchased a place belter nuited to hia *#, in the adjoining county above, fllie tract btitams about 2060 acres of the beet rftjer-bdUoin ind, Above Overflow, which is covered with a vth <4 Cane, Wnlnot, Pecan, and Other timber, 4t indicates, without doubt, excessive fertility, fn fact, the linst crop ot Cotton yielded over one Je i*-r acre. There are from 300 to 350 acres eared, with a first rate tranie GinHouae,"WalnJt s, Overseer's House, Cribs, Negro;Quarters, To any one with a force from 15 to 2o hands, ilia place oilers superior inducements. For terms, apply to J. A. N. Murray, Clarke fille, Howell & Buclcner, Slireveport, on the prena 'or to mvaclfat I'ecau Point, Red River coua- , Texas. M. WATSON, Jr. Sey t | no *16—Ht$. w* FALL OF 1858 !...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 November 1859

:3prv : Iff: '• I" 1 i¥-: 11411 F" - '§|- a , is 111? 11 Hi I Ml ■u- i||i >p: ' '>"[5 ,i|i 1$ C I-1 f ili Iff I *>■" ts 9ff f- fi V ' 1 tar V 5 fa* fr,- i 'f! A i •hi % ■f\ ■t > m h I J' !."P ■ i -&*. ' I 1 t K ! 'li % u $m j- j ram- m !i 5? § 'ifi • r* t® 1/ ■ HI mm « «®1SKS M iff Q1 r\ ll r Inke* |$S me >ww not tbprapilt iui- st, the thought of taking tbe ither the moment it leave* the _ _ „ be breath mingles with the sir abowf the bed in which tiro peraons lay, nod it rebreathed bat not the lea* ofkmive . is it in reality, on aeeooot of the tfttation, exoept that it in a * lakeain ita concentrated form bat each breath inaken it mora eoneentrated. One steeper corrupts the atmoaphere of the iww> by his own breathing, hat when two poisons are breathing at the MMBe time, twelve or four- teen tines in eneh minute, each minute, ex traetiag the aatriiiMNrt from a gallon of air the deterioration must be rapid indeed, espec- ially in a close room. A bird cannot live ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 November 1859

g^l* . ^ :■*! 1®< w v. d'Ay T**: 5:1^ •«l'i';-~ Xi?s« eoI V. «*!% «■ v-■;*>.: :^-r>i m VV •' " i '=! < ■ ' -' r- o<Sw Jfc ^r^mi «*# 4>&*** I v .MMW ■I i.i,<& j rot>«•# &yj&5 TTW JiQSO 8BALL Oim BAV3TBR BRATB THB B1U3BZB—TBCB CLA RKSVIL LE, RED EI V E R COUKTT, IE XAS^SATU RDA ¥, MVE M B Er12,1859; are n|t sea-sick. We could hear above oar bead*the, Genius of toe Storm sitting bis THE MAMMOTH SHIP, • ska votaoe UF THB GREAT ca8tebn, {stern,' continuous, dull,, but deep frar scng, and the explosion O.N board. Si j but ws all felt and believed that ho had now at 11 h j f * i 'f' [ last met with hiia master, whom We/ eouW also [A correspondent of the Ijondon IMly ffeth,' hdaf 1'roiu below sending back tin* tees loud w;uch alone married which so huge a iua« ot w titter hof jury |<-ii a' if to attain. In the comparatively still fc\ r- :it the mouth of the. Tnaraes'she wt>s tinvigb not in gnod trim, ai haviiig ihw jury, jxi;iu vuej, «o toicj ua...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 November 1859

; /' > -■■" |: ■ : . ' . •: i I Wi ft <3 :i ' I | J| ' ife •' It ii :•< , jfV.i |t •| >1 r lis trial ol TlwpnMMr, wW it still kit bed. , of ahioli ho pro inteathnoay Iran 'Ohio to the afeiit ffii insanity was hereditary in Brown's family. j, , p i j5 /. , Upon bis eminsel making thin proposition, JWPWHi fts*1 np inMs bed « the ooort room, and refused; most emphatically to allow hi ooonsel to set op any auch defence. ,,,. JBreiions to this tho jnry bad been selected, ud the case was being opened by tbe counsel , Conlisslsii of a Mulatto Friaoner. Chahi.wtuwn, V*, Oet 27.—John Cope- -land.a mulatto prisoner, taken with 8n>wn, to-day wade a full confession to t^-U. 6. Mar- thai, Mr. Mattin, of Virginia, and U. 8. Mar- iM, Mr. Johnson, of Nortb^p Ohio, giving the names of the parties that induced him to go to Harper's Ferry. i Ha also stated that a similar movement was e ntemnlatod, at the same time, in Eentneky. Copeland himself is from Oberlan, Ohio. These marshals have...

Publication Title: Standard, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 November 1859

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