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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 November 1859

§Js rxr-^ .fm . m ■! $ ■ « .*r | 1 * 1" 'T J |j'; ''' fii%|t •fe vC-. ( -fV $? CHARLES Do MORSI, %mm m • # % *5|< iKasss P*fe§ m-fegifl *, % %% ' |lpnI n ^ ^ UL V /,•< ^ t-gs^' sitll LOKO UEAL& OUR not BfUnUEB—THB SYAKDAXD OF TUB ■DITOR AWB MOrtllTtl. VOL 16, S- CLARISVILLE, RED RIVE^jcOD N1Y, TEXA S, S A T 0 R D A Y, NOTeTBER 19, 1859. ' .2L- j*#.: V . V \ ■ ■ -?>n i . •■' ( >•■■•"* t \ M * 'I • • ! ■ . •— , • r ■ ? • THE IHSURRBCTION At HARPER'S MEET. be Baltimore American, of the 19th inst., aisbes the annexed interesting account of __ rise and progress of this inanneetion, the rate of the lLsurgents, etc., eto.: We can perhaps give oar reader*, in fine ^oet intelligible and interesting form, the par- icijlara oi this extraordinary servile insurreo- Kon, by throwing into a connected narrative, om all that we have gathered on the military cpedition to Harper's Ferry, in relation to its iceptioo, purpose, attempted consummation ad defeat We commence with IT8 ORHilNA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 November 1859

>sv /-y-'ki 'ti-' r mm ii iM II i -Ml R j%|i m ?1« rijfi wB [! ■¥ la ' 4?: f.\i if f Ut > ! Ill IIP ■HkM in the f ^ V-N. .A; '•,! occurred before 8 o'- mmmv. WVd, were hour' First, Secai diund*en<rih Wards Were also takea poMeesioa of by the rowdies early KiSTL' . .. Ward the Iriotors have ftri! , afcd ant 1, P. M., arc knock- whom they pleas*, j department, olfor no protection to citizens. " j'^ A #a £ of Arncd r^wdiea from Washington are tiding the Baltimore llousrh*. - $he Rdoewers lave gefl n Uy abandoned the contest, and citisens are jtalking ot estab- KnhiDg a Vigilance Committee. Wm.PPrsetoa, the Dwnoeratic candidal for Oougreae in the Third District, was bat'tly btitoil jinniir (he head with a club in the hand of* Bough. j In the Eleventh Ward, which is the strong- hold of the Refoimers. Mr. Thorns*,: the caodi date of the Reform party for j Attorney General, withdrew his name, whereupon the (Reformers left the polls V Adam B. Kyle, a merchant, who,j with sev- erulo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 November 1859

V ;«? sK§ '£ '■'■IP ■ : * v *■" m 1 S3i ;*- ■¥&£$& iwsagi UiiiitiF:^ P;J. IttiHB ' !*&&?■< «* -•! Jlt®£ S&fMs T 't 'V >'•- ORB, soDAXm, mgW^ MUUy rep* 1 , ^ iMi please everybody* and «11 Out the Elegancies efdfes* to all with eall. , 1 NOW Otor for sale, ©• • |sonable terms, tie OLABK8VIH' HOTEL, together with my huge *nd well- acted LIVERY STABtig i* Flntead Ranging my business. Apply s©r n,*for 1 am de- lnedtosell. ' "." ...*' ■/'-■' -■;-, f . :'; _■■■ ■;*' v.&:8aL%.. (Clarksville, Oct 29th,, 1859. a , i | ' 1 '■ " ;;'pf«k4i-tf. / WASTED IMMEDIATELY, ; AT T HIS OFFICE, STEADY BOY, fourteen or fifteen yean oiii, as an apjirenticetothe Printing Business. "he applicant must have a know ledge of the rudi- sale ol an English education. ^ I" ' ' K PROSPECTUS. . THE WHITE MAN rtTlt-L be published weekly at Jacksbora', Jack %V county, Texas, by the undersigned, and edi- t*l by H. A. HAMNER and J. R. WoBRALL, and IjtiU he devoted to the Frontier, the Frontiers...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 November 1859

¥:, ?i - fm '! If um- I : i # U\ wi L' jh !: r I} 3 i i't X0 ;fi m l m d ui .Art Listen: .. , lw*ii£.iaad |I imU p-ttipn of tiw kdles ' istbeir simplieHyef dmaand af- j# meaner. So fir u health, comfort, fences, ere eoneerned th« American ladies its much to learn Iran the English, especially in their trsvsMing costume. We see no finery or frippery here io the railway carriage; and eittle and mtiasja the street are apt to exoitc rather ansempliinentaiy suapieiopa of the wear- ers: The 'Blainoral is alOKWt uoivtraally worn and even fiery-red stockings art by no meant, uncommon. Long dresses are never seen oat «f drawing-rooms, end there they are wprn both long and km. The Knglififc women have magnificently exhnbwonf buato; and they 'don't care who known it * Full dress, for din- ner or for the theatre, consist* in *low neck, and short alanves,' and this is observed tie rigu- Htr ; while all gentlemen are expected to ap- pear in black dress-coats and nnimpeaehabie gloves. At ttie Theat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 November 1859

w W&Si , ■""•i-ll; T ■ > - ■f"s- Km •~;va ms rn^ms t i- \ **.,«> 'i t :! -;fl !i CHARLES Do MORSE, m . I%i'«':*< Iffc!, :>£ t## U ' v.:..- ■ V '- ' " " -• - - • > ' : > - <• ' ■ . ->• • ■Ml- "' u « . ; i jijr ,- g- T ITj'f .P1K. •* swMA SStlMr« mm aua «n bawwbr bravb thh bhbbxb-tmb svjjto^bd or m VOL 16, GLARKSVILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEX 1S, §A MESSAGE OF GOV. RUNNELS. Gentlemen of thk Sbnat* and IIousk of Rki'ueshntativks : In again communicating wilh the Rcprcsen Without going into detail. It is sufficient that good policy be observed, and that justice |>e done. Tho Statedccupie.s the relation of trun- tee to the property of both ; each alike present sufficient claim to her justice and consideration. Utivcsi of the people, assembled for the per-1 Then let not her faith bo tarnished by a diver fortiiunec of the important duties assigned by the Constitution, 1 am most happy to congrat- ulate them upon the unusual causes of prosper- ity and happiness.—...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 November 1859

z iM.fi,y L S. Z: .y*f. P. '■' ■ . <1 ■1 J -1 &™8li ^^Pfi #$$38|0 . <Tvit"-^ryV| s^ra |§"4S.';'-' ■ V -. S;%iM' :i] f^-3# • >*%& i£ , " -X s* ^" v 4& < J >/T?tJ 5w*&«^ *6# V'f 3d "r-fci WBb$ % flPaw'5 >; H, aSF im i: m w& aoo- f,^e a aiaeolu- odious ex- foQowed it. Jite who bad i teedj Uie of its oosatraotiod, / Jfntlw' «M* *®- ■,j bo longer* be eootent with idmiaistrstioa iof Govern- I pd limited jpowera, had i of its wine and patriotic foun- af the ooali- *M* toKaflstiaoa; *an now baaineere ia fl port, «« wnich aetaad l|f it I: rf JI II ■\ f •;i W' ?! k 1 fi: V ■- > & 4 iv K "! $ i i ! < H i g>:' ,t|- filJ & M It' • * A ■! i !■ I ii-h ■ '■ 5h 1 f 1? i Bi Iff ii I i ; f ■ sh. I; m i m\) P.. §\ ¥ m *fE 3 I •• 1 m ealM, the National Repub- were the Tariff, by which the in- sectiouof the Union was to bo inr tkm support d protection of the intertflto of another; a Bank in rtiepos t the revenue vthen collected, the privilege *>f ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 November 1859

WBBmsm Pill fm -Jfts ' V,' i -' iSS jBaaS '' <• --> ; •.;'"".l;?'s?:';ii^ ^ 'j: ■ :>:v;.:r:;' ... k- „- & *. a. WATCHMAKER AND. MOENT PLEASANT, Tttua County, Texas, P hand a large supply of the best materia'.— lies, Oldcks, .lewelry. aadmnmcal instalments ally repaired. Watches or other work wmt by {promptly attended to and nsSnrwod. f IfltiCO L $25 REWARD. PRAYED from the Subscriber, last Fall, o;ie re)low bay mare Mule, about 3 years olid, uh- £e: branded on the left shoulder with ]l letters A H. Any person who will deliver Male to me, at my plantation near Cotter's ^t, in Cass county, will receive tb? above re>- and anv person giring me her waertaboutB, be liberally reworded. JOHN V. FORD. fetTerson, Texas, Oct. Ilth, 1859. [no'3Q—fttnoe. WAIMTED IMMEDIATELY, AT THIS OFFICE, STEADY B< Y, fourteen or fifteen yesfj nil si pp> entice to the Printing Bigness. :i' i 1:uvh a knowledge of the rud>- : \d It-' '.if Utl English education. PROSPECTUS- THE WHITS MAN ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 November 1859

m IP rrir if fegr.^M ;'-v' •': sfiiish! "hfct'' *W S.fK M ir •£ j I h i fl ;sf i kj v.l':] I 4 w r^t la port *heB -r? ^Tfere ived, including Vtf steeiuera. Sirili an influx of trade as this upon a pco- I pte entirely unused andbn prepared for it, has K--jjet course cleaned them out, and carried prices i up very rapidly 'l ite Japanese are a very in- j tereating people, and have more iiib, vivacity, aOd expression abonttfaem than the Chinese. ' xTijey den't look at you with | that peculiarly t - €?hipese vacant and wooden majnncr, but are of Interest and; daritwity, and arc always lie and good rotated. Of eoiuree, I except Mle Government oSciah, for they, like officials elf every country aud rape, hive ;the faculty of Baakiogthemseivea dieagreeable, and ought to fy counted out of ,tjbe pale of humanity. The . people are very itiqilisitive, and ask all manner of questions. In Ule shops, they always want to know whether we are Americans, English, Bsswuk, or Dutch^ Thcv examine very car...

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

CHARLES If zz VOL 16, " • -'? a p#«§£n k .U 'fi'j *%- ■ a in i,ow mm, otrm From the National THE TERRITORIAL QUESTION-* Inourreoeut articles eu tjhe ** Territorial Question" we nndertook to give ad account of the legislation by whioh, « suooessive periods in our parliamentary history, the Congress cf the United States has interpreted its duty un- der the Constitution in the administration of the common territories of the [Tnion. Aiming to present this subject in its different phases, we were naturally compelled to limit ourselves tu such an analysis of facts asj were necessary to a faithful exposition of the question in its various aspects, without attempting to make our options exhaustive of thei topic. In thus dealing with representative classes of facts ra- ther than with the separate details Of the sub- ject, which, if given in their totality, would have made our summary too unwieldy, we pur- posely omitted much that seemed rather episo- dicafthan substantive to the general purp...

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

i - [«tfi A despatch has been rtodved i*1* OoL Dam Mid Charleston, ndiiresrfiB to GdC wL, wouesting him tois*d him two com-} fui«g ofcavalry wMc> iw stationed here Tha «elW W rf fuelling iawrwetioiMtfy movements, Col, Da- wi® atates that there bevb bcin five barns sad outhouses fired to day, which is supposed to b« the work of Bwwn'ssm; " %' *i p ! - > i; i' •iJ.'l! 111 lit ' i( ;I ; i I r I a i 1 I | fli 1 i NaahvilIo, Nov. 13.—This morning • per- JMl encounter took place here between air. Allen A. Hall. editor w the Nashville News, gad Mr. G. 0 Poindextor, editor of the Union Mid American. Mr. Pbtnderter was inrtantly killed, by a load of buckshot, discharged from aishot gun |b the hands of Mr. Hull Mr. Poindexter did Qot fire ' ■: . [. The ffiur grow oat sf so edltorisl quar- ^ Washington, Nov./if—Advices Wbeen raowvcd here io the effect that Got. Weller of California has appointed Capt. Henseley, Ibr- , | Senator pro tempo*, in ldauo on Senator Bnxferiok deceased. fifcMr Y...

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

HHKlii -yr^r;■ "'<-.■! JSZfizC* Sp;«£:' -in'-4 v: - "• sV.v • -*■? '■ i £, . " _ Vv. ' : j, . ■ ^ . - - •" mmiM* xinw i/1 eeBtljiJocafc'd s\t j:. Mount pleasant, Ttttis Coutity, Texas, i as t* PAIL OF 1800! -' *• en heud A ifarjjt* supply of the Ipest tti! ter;r l.— /< t'W>rtcbB«, CloclK .Jcwsiry. and iuusij: | instruments fiuthfully repaired. Watches or ot lijtri- work sent by nail promptly u*e: '.led to and T*>iur,r>i,d. WO , ■ $25 B3WAS.R (QljfeilYE'D Ifirom theiSiiheoriber,- lr.it Fall, one O yellow 5> tf m«re Ktile. about i ye-vaold, un- brofce; bniiiiicJ on the leit shcuitter with imrtll the Point, u wp puuuyi, ni rvxxxye iae aor.ve re- ward, |«d auvjperacu giving me h« whereabouts, ,will be liberal'fv rew-inied. | : i " JORN1 V. FORD. JeiTewon* T«)Xia, Oct. llth, Li f nd 39—thnos. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, i.r THIS OFFICE, ASTE A OV I -OY, fourteen or fifteen years old, « .•«.'! ttr: irnri0e to the Tripling JWiimr. The ,4j > i >ti't hive :i.know ledge ot the...

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

I . if U fen I' :rl I i \AU>x i 'I w: pi ft f I f [ 1! ki T.l" • I' T j [ • I j8 f 1 ii i\\ i1 i .hi fl y 3 'i- .§ H ;,r: MM Mf\ tti'- SlP^' W- - % «*• OB'ss decline has taken], yeatorday. Consols fat i v6jto 6i. TW Una of Aei|p#ei s|*meMp <fcartac,«f Beogof,anthe«e*of Wak% It fbUy aeritaftad- Tae. ■Hwnf waoi aahote in tfribie gab wfticfr giKt all abog the Boost, th akip Kaglaad boand fiwn UwmoI for 'ffor Orleans. MMulml the sever* gale tfU«b proved M diaaatruqa to the 0N^ad Bojral Gllrter, end la ittanptiiiK to Ml into "fldy-lukdt got I ground in Tbe ftamUp Great 1 fbohored in the harbor of Rt&jbmdf*o&6 oct tfctfiple admirably There is no I*W«* of ker mkbg $ ttiBjhnli# uus Ml j - Advfoee froth Tnrin end Naples repneeat the state tif ifiiil at growing nifte end mora anion*, especially in NnptaV where a oollimcm between the Neapolitan troope and the people, backed by the Provisional am/ of Central Ita- ly, was eomidered imminent. Garibaldi had issued a affong proclamati...

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

rf-yhi- S$'i «*? &:mwi asswr4---# *. kXWtm m m Tgm® LOW® SHALL Otra BAJ K*m BBATO THB P*>r4 10, 1859. rJ$ I ittiip^itei ;s «*d ' ■-*'" !' ■ . . i. -i.-= <«§:V*J ' CLARKSYILLXKED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DEGEI ^jBfajsirtsap^ We fihte- Hit B*d the Famous Dtp—The o*m*m oar own carriage. is seldom seen ewn „r...^_1__, period af the spring, cool maraing and >at really sultry in the middle of the * ihroarheut our Utile tour ^-fcact sunshine. \ The district of Nottinghamshire bean the name of " the Hukenes;"* from the number jof loblemen's mansions, whieh are situated bo < jlose together, that you drive out of one park nto- another for mart/ miles. | We passed through the grounds of the Duke ; Portland, Earl Manvers, the Dake of New- castle, and the Barf of Scarborough. The parks are but portions of fllhervrood Forest, and We traveled ii>r miles with old trees meeting over 0ur beads. Some ot these trees, the oaks par- ticularly are venerabW with , age, and sufficie...

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

BR*** • EeR ' r k??v i'fev- , " -! v-A-s, - . - • ;.:■■ . ■■:w~rn:i:m ----- «:tXi ~ j • i i i C ;iy :l;i B.l \ i f | f.% '1 ; v^-"; |Bm jjfey^ of & political npwa by tbs I i« wmewbat important!, as foreshadow i jr the policv of the gm* powers in||be ap- prt«ehfri : Knropean The reported jjj . _ m Ctingreae, ««d .li* b^flt; those GoverrtiiictB jfiM,wp. upon which | 7 TAey wou'd act, proves to have been premature : No such aeder tajndiug seem# th have been en tur/fjd thateffert 'i'ha Kojdish Government ie acttveljr en^a^ed in forwardiug rainfafeeteent* in China. Two war steaiuet* and four £un boats left England ior ChiuH u* the H h «u t. j j ■'"■> The Paris Bouise maintaireil m healthy tone. 1 in: three per cent rents clothed at 10 firanes i Jij centimes. ' The amount ot specie is the Bank of Pwnre has decreased 19,000,000 francs during the A DE\KH:rati<V!*£ ■*£•* leaat no ■: ' I " . ■■-mi .' !|^KAdk-'we exaBato lM ^^RraSdjjina aynopj^K%H it p There ialKoc^ aiffi aa Who Hpio...

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

W^'f'Ch - ssSsssSajr mm JMM ifpi si^y&s *u m m <as r *-mm «r oibsr W< Pl'Sllg &!}&*. ,&«?•- ■' . ih^SS^- * /--.. * '■;«> £ta man ' vf ^ ^MMf~ x 1 : -• - '* i mxmr** 3frt:I •.«: .««• "• a W .. . ... CSiO; V.33& " Sfe-ftlfi^K >*' rABD. - . bay irareifnle, about 3 r branded on the left shoulder _J ietters A ll. Any person who 1 ill deliver i jlaie to me, t my plantation near. Poor's i Can connty. W|U receive the above re- any person dying me her whereabout*, ^ESeiiberally rewarded. i^pe mw™ JOHN V. yOHp. ' Jtftnoiii Texas, Oct. ilth, liii|f^SS-; ?aupd*i;j;i«. iXarg* Variety " Of all Style* promfte o an well a> .. . - „ .-. •-... , ——Jfrii #i i with a call. ■ CFQ*'' " ' I have on: btijd a . Satinneii, r.nd'lijri selected stock of . , „ .of CMsimewis,, ?alM .a targe and well -J : -'■,■>' "X*'- ■'■■■■. [no 39—h H>g,- WANTED IMMEDIATELY, at THJa; office, STEADY BOY, foarteen or fifteen yjears old. as an apprentice to the ftinting Bu*d>*j. ^•Wican...

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

Wt, !■ S .TV * <-3j fcY" c ':v " f lBBS*}?' • ,,-gr i«i! ■&. ■I - ■pj ;> : ' FH I t :■ 1' jg H:l •' II - f iff ■ -j !i • • \ ji ' i l( r r ii ir i I I n ^ t -ti&mm *3 fc h«|'.b«BO representative [of tiie Little Sttitb branch rf tph road, that of that branch sad Little ' , about the 10th of I ttpSB I thaw of the fill meet at it December, of oon- of die Ar- ia pursoanoe of an Legislature, pawed hat winter. We ido notlfcn<?w ajid cioBOtiSiiggllWapything oon- oeruirig the terms ot' consolidation. w e only know that it is the intention of both Compa- nies to unite for <lie purpose of; nmtrint the eompiftiuH of the road to i the western jjft ri$tbries. 'Ot the importance of this road to the city of Memphis, there «an! be but one opinion. We regard it as one of the most im- portant roads for the promotion J of the com- mercial importance of this city with which $he can connect herself. We do no wish to be understood is be>ug opposed to any other schi-uiri on be halt ...

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

rr ■ sill' RRPHRH^ .-:"r |||jflH IKiH^ dlP1 " MEW iM*-*^' i Ki.'.fi' S'WiJ-} i'$&M • •■•v •oii-n «.' m *OlfO 88AX& «£[ ab•• Si H$s wirailS* w vol m •■^Si.1 s* T?f* «- ¥ k*«# ««H " ma mmm run NEW IRON 8TKA* r*-.>M p*£feif * «*-t n ' THE 'DIAMOND ftOGRAPfttCAL SKKTCH OFTBK j \vvau;AM ri, phrscow:; :r'd Weekly.} hfet:VHrt« ibefdM'fcedgAvte | tunAte mam rt-c think the subject of sufltotent. intense! :.Hti'V our copying at length firom the Lp .i titlimes the following deserpkwef th* . 1. he which the destruction of human be- K, ? JT—pw-jif*. .« ***«■* Kit ;^I, is rapidly taking ite place among I oCijnec.H0t the nineteenthcentury 1- ^ij.co the day of cumbrous ordnanaa r* ,,' i>r,.wtl Ress, when the butt of the £ ETas eflectively and fatally^rM M.rfikh has been fruitful ot sug^t* vyi. and the fields of °- tare stiil cuinbeied with the ghaft^ of the proficiency which has V""W i tuned in the new science. . tLe contests have bee", they, after afl; ^ wiiuht indications of the rea...

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

1 ::r m i 1 !'U i , |:Hi; <! I PI lit.-* « ! . "'} : '.•if i: j 5 S M I 4 ? •! H ]| | If ll : :in NEWS. apd i ITnatf s 1 AMtn* Morocoo. - ||| l Ifftrt SO.—^The news by the NoHltr |g||g; Briton indicates a very unsettled state of ical affairs on *he Continent. ^ ;j- T. Ba^ltnd. ■ The London News *Lj that the RnwaoeaguiMt ihao it has been at fnjj time snee the Napoleon war in! WlJ, «tflt charges the French Government with directly encouraging this state df feeling. The .News altH) Says tpafcBupland roust hare a better understanding on the subject ot the Italian Ducpies, than Count Walcwski's cir- cular gives, before alU obght to take anj part in a general Oonj^ioM. The aeath of Earl Gfay is announced. The enrolljuiieut of an additional force of 30, 000 mm ad ia naval rcirvo, is to commence in Kngl^d dn the '1st of January. Mutiny on a British Man-of war. A ecriouaittmtiny broke out- on board H. S!. ►gf the libe thinoeas 11 «yal. laying off Porf 8- , which wts with; difficulty suppr...

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

"U* IN* vV.C.t li elte •d Wa ic kk(?4. So 46—•, fecuttd on: h ilin bim- ■l.ars. hirI ji •>.'..uarT,[ trading kim "opened by] ■ the paidI li'*-' i iiijiau.' A'i rl. > —13. LTUTE. .U.i.-iealJ 148—tk • A'r ,-i ■ ■'■ ■■* i* COME 4H > SEETffB iomipnetps, 1858! AT BD rOBW«ROl M«,KfJO COM MtSStON MiHttJHAKT, GBfcliAtti BK*LSR, WiTOitSALS; AJtJPHaBKtKj IK GROCBIfctllS akd nuu i ACCORD I NO to my t>sual custom, I bow have the pleasure of presenting to my meads, and NEW STYLES-PRICES F&0# $60 T) $126. EXTRA CHAud® 6* $5 FOtt HKMMK NEW - - NHWOKLJ! 495 11 CAMP & JEW ELM, oe CAlUtE1 STREET, fX'^J wbw ORT.TMNS. ~Z^AM Orders Promptly Executed. j ** M • Ne. 43—tf. DRUGS, &C.,&C. THE undersigned p iMie, that be it) like Sol prietor of tho llrrtg-Btot uierly carried on by I1ARR1 4 MONTGOMERY. lie w:ll continue to carry-oa ,. — 'lie old stand. He lots a larpe and full >rtid st"ck of Brags. Paint", Oils, Varni*hes ^<vl?eiiMvs l^rluoicrics ro:i«t, and fane) . T ,|t.r,v...

Publication Title: Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 December 1859

1 •* t-i • £ t ; > I \$4 : -fb i h M J I I I : < m. r!: hr ill ; | fe . ikl > £|il t|" •i-i ri V*;j3iKI i?'^ ■; vfe BW5 itKi) Dl At the past twelve y«*nt troable*yg# a at F^rat,— Mr : W*lw tjraa killed, on the Chaean ereek, aVriit miles from Casteoyille; afterward* Mr. Davenport Was killed on one o. the mart fre:tileuted bighwujn in Texas—the El Paso ro&i near Rancheroa ereek, Ind within a mile and * haif of bin own bouse; tben Mr. Bowles, on the safne day, and near the same place, and aWwitbin • short distance of his dwelling.— Subsequently, Mr Hard and another, whose name we have not learned, were murdered by the 's&xasxa on the Leona, some miles from Fort f n"o, and in the neighborhood of the &lf re where WcstfaU's celebrated fight with Indiana took pla«e about three years ago.— Audi ^ibe^last wd heard up to this i^orninsr, Wedt e«*hy the 9th,) Mexsia. Bans and Reit- zV weft* killed on the Hondo near Mr. Mc- Leans tvtueho, arid close to where Mr. Bour- pis ir...

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