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

. • - -I."-' **& P>,r: ,1 ;w|v ■:<?:■:• ,y \ -'i y^^Jr- f\ mmm -a-.-- ■HPM&S ^pH| HyHmgi j *<•* f -' ijig " ^ :r,|> Jf£ -IK Li lip • V * " 'V '-• SSW mmm**wrm ■#888666$* ■*"- • m- y'lji; ? •-. CLARIS COUNTT; Tf XA JTIS .5 , Y Ao+li *•! fr^ **V*i' I jp* pt ,s w-mm-y- ■ mmmmm mmm rtther ftovrtif. ft"w jkaow that nearly rn tt&- yitereoiiwi pr&Mttv pest** $2f - the fudg«w j WWbratholfeit* of a fie# « alive *ffK«re fK?wntteidor4ha If^febm jffi&MtaCte fOfciciVil^ wbielr he &i*ksto of * w w yhst it J minister tvaltl^s entranced rfrm, and ( fiistin* Roe A DlNN SH ' wlhich an asl.ute IW ClTlj Oi* PljiKlN wm Friend, whose smite n*s come to be Vttj. preehm unto «-f Though I know 1di«,ak not first j requested it I a 'little. as i might, be ed bat of the hoe in harmony. %ith «f Marly A correspondent of* e New York Journal I Chinese•'iden« to ha**'* f Of-your tore's bright foantaJn burst. of Commerce thus describe* Minister Waid's straight line fctjc State! wit...

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

a .! fe m J Hi 4 ■u Lfe;j f gr|S$ :rnmm W: •asii::. IISIS tlltl |fB|S ^#1 -V mm Querela*®, City of Sfoxico, Hi*. 1 &,#ljS39.~T-3*tio Con- itutiouab-.is have been beaten, thrashed and * I StitU&MNiaiistS raocfblly rtu ed in (fcjaeal near Quem&uo Tatiineingo. Tab city of] $aiaea haitfiften aiMaCT^ like 3.W0 BinskeljW^iirf0^>W«^igf ^ nition* tgCjwfc.'. The battle i sear Qwretaro wwrrowrt disgraceful def^rt jftn- the cottgritB- aiint*. £h|| J>adibqif* tw.i!Be !*• ***3 mon <n the field aatn* eW«gi.* Miratpon commanded ft® compfell «*ft*t of the 009fHiftttH>tw^te, with the loss of roan; ol their men and the great- er part of their artillery ■ Amongst the offi- cers taken prisoners were Geo. Jnee Justo Al- vares, Gen. lap*, ait A eric n artillery -bfE- cer, and a few other Mexican officers. Gen. JJjipa had -diod of wounds received it* the battle. AUtbe re it of the M xican officers, including Geo. Alvarez, are still alive, bfit the P°°r Am ertcan haw been shot, notw...

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

.V k5;:- Wmm .. . . Vy^ri NEW YORK pBUOS, &C-, &C- THE undersigned imtorms the public, that be is the sole pro- prietor of the Drug Store for- merly etrrifd on by HARRIS * MONTGOMERY. He will continue to carry on ti ll noniinue to carrr on ' *• W Mwl * Urjie wtleijr of Casatmeres, Beeswax, Beef hides, Tallow, and Pecans. JX HeC a "4 * "* "ud **- Bagging and Rope. Groceries, and QASI{ Druas. Pain's, Oils, Varnishes, ■ ' .-. , 1 -"*• aihaneed to Planters, on consignment of their Cot- ' > of Drugs. Paints. Oils, Varnishes, ' ^^M^ineS, Perfumeries Toilet and Fanoj Ltquors. ltd4*®8, too numerous to mention, which lia«#*JUun™ . - i — . A^AmiAAflitlSr « «ell s cheap. and on as acconunodatirg unoy < TT-m sii teat ion to business, he hopes to writ ^S nee of the patronage extended to the olddr01- J. B. HARRIS . ,n V ts?0 r «4S. Jf' -W If* HOWARD ASSOCIATION", . PHILADELPHIA. i j l"; ■ ."T /'• esakliskeA by special En- lleu-'t t*f the 'Sick a-id Distressed. #r<ri}rtwu aBtj jn ...

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

}s. «H|fe are willing author of " Ik* lor soae ttase kit ri aware that Toiarae or that, with the c his18 Lite of W gtoa," his literary career tfil: ' ' - £ :t £ 111 \ 5 ' - #3 | j i i u I ,k|j ; : m ■ K iT: i. * nt ■ I infrj w J In t- ■ i- .4 i ■ 1 • y % li H W« have not at hand, nor in joor recollec- tion, thf material from which to. compile an aeejdiate hittory ofjW long and ; brilliant ca- reer, and we most apeak mainly from such fleeting ani uncertain remembrance# as we can eall up to meet the present exigency- Here- after we shall doubtless be bettef enabled to do:!whai we wish were now possible. Washington Irving- wm a native of New Yoj-k, and belonged to one of the old Knicker- bocker families which hare ftiraiahed some of the iuoM notable men in that mate. He ttsty early developed a love:of letters, in contribu- ting 'he periodicals of his youthful days. Together with James K Paulding, and some other*, whose names are less distinguished, he wrote and pitbiishelor some time, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 31 December 1859

*m0- ■'V J.'( sad :m. J? 1 IggjNi "•A^Bsa ^ :"''\b *W&f mm EXECUTION m &&h. J)oo _ ..., Wade, *** in favor of Trumbull's amendment to reflation for tbe HinaintMiit 0 * BPINKIffG IX. fee the arrival of the survivors in L£v- MNi or flto townsman, Mr. Henry, n grad. flwa ™Jpi: „ ■E^SE flip!! Iloss of thk royal ghartjrr. Royal (fbartjir was an itoa vesaal, | tons reenter, clipper builtj, avid farniahod auxiliary screw engines $he was built £«>, at a cost of over XWjWK^, aad Wtks (fi for 4*80,000. He? genera! cargo Was ry vaiuabte—say £5,000. She was frelf as one of Meters Gibbe, Bright & Co.'s f Australian clippers, and famed fa- the ity aBd speed ot voyages to Australia, lamentable event occurred during the i the morning of Wednesday, the 20th of it, in Red Wharf Bay, which is situated three miles to the westward of Puffin Is- iMenai Straits, and six or seven to the iwest of Beaumaris, on the coast of Wales, [lour hours sail front Liverpool. «r a splendid passage fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 31 December 1859

,x m ,rvS ■! f: i Mtf-* m&T' * ■•' ; rfc|: I1-# i rln i 1? !;;J li If fit ' '■ t| :s 1 5 -W Is to 41ft for" the winter, ch^ck from itiou tor ■friendly relations The A$ nU" •Liverpool during the week whiehSdOO 7600 for ML _ «■ 5®! buistosd* '*$&?-" - efwhi '. The _ Tbeinvaslon tefthas reoei the French government, nap1 ' Chiim Wingaetually for; | ere at least tetapdph makes poor prowess. Jutland, Dee. 19.—The steamship North Attnrieea, of the Livoipool and Canadian line, amvedat-this port last night The North A- merimn left Liverpool on Wednesday, the 7 th inat., and touched at Queenstown, on Tuesday the 8th. Sle brings one djay's later advices by telegraph from Liverpool' and London, than wefe n&etved by the Vanderbilt, at New York. LrtwtiOL, Dee. 8—The sales to-day a- mowr* to 6000 bales. The rales for the j ast two days foot tip 14,000 bales, of which specu- lators and exportefs Jook 3000 bales. The market generally closed with a declining ten dency, notwithstanding the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 31 December 1859

mmmwmmv-'- Iff ■ ■■ .v ••• «• -*-T- •';••• i-i\ ' kv ~cv"r'' V". -i ^ ;■ Mc-/^"••' H." KM''- ■•:•■•: ffffj r!v€ rA P^||| PWR^^HH $"y A*&* Ife- ■ 5 *' * J-.- [ft* H." I* I* ;■«. 1 to- mi in. the m. ,in food, hi old rM, to. Kb. for 1y: * LS£* n*£, K, JSAili ...AflraMREC FROM TWO SPOOLS, qtdiiag.-.ige- re- j Felt tfjtfW and style. fiuwijltfR each swop by without recourse to- tfeehaitd- . a rB-fcy other; machines. *w sr and cheaper wising than ass#**-. rtCn if she works fdr oitf- pnt m hour, BBOUfS;io3r.b'y, the btst Machine* lathe 'JSTfar sewing. on account, of their sim- 2w hirabiiity, e if of management, and diipta- wiiea of family s^ieg-Haecv.tiog jj^vy orta« work with equal ^'Jty. aad withoct TT*.USErtS* *• us^w«*ie«">d *oper?or!ty. of 1j iTTtire' 'he Gkuvw & Bax.v* btfwiyo Ma- E eo*M*T b.g leire to respectfully refer to Jt^Uowwg TESTIMONIALS. >• n«r:ntr h. d one or 0rover A F-ke?'s W*e! 5 e* ' ;u- for re rlv * tear and a half. 1 i.J. JSK cor,m.- tiV i« « w^. w,r re!;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 31 December 1859

-*Ur& 9&&i ikum :vm •&■*;$' Wife :-' '+■ ih ■ "j; vi ^.n C" i (■". it1 -Vi". M ll| ■Hi -' i' f I ,,. ?-■ ■£ i x-ii m U J, (E. Si I *,{ 1 r to ii ■i 11 Hi4 "Ui^'L I.'.. m • <«*, md such # u or *1 *1f>" i«y ean pwduTO buttermilk. kr^jkec and oil «v. then make ara ndt ican i«r qualifies appUeati hurveiBt time, do ^ >!**■*• /They wi) tell to aa«eh Hiey upend eveiy day aijri me*t,in<i ar wn to d nwru ends of the year nuat. Tliey Jigeat in other matters as Amcr- iHut in winSte attention to the be soil, in tile shaaagement and rbf man "ires, in the judicious tucces rAler* Kiilrmd, h. ..... over }5tMK>0 S'^,000 the s*ea*t Thompson .. . tJemtY.of tj?€ fo^ wwe ftibamhei la in addition . £& $tCHMH)0 wh ch hirt hum raisid iff Tetas.— Wothi niton The' Fiieich government has ordered the in - moJiate completion of one hundred gtttij ooats, of u capacity to orry twenty five guP8 each. ' fcSTBST5 OF BED RIVER COUNTY. TAK KHup by John Tfcrry. and estrav- - - pfl l^f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 January 1860

"W\N • ;; . ;> . ' y'}" % I OH AH LBS DeMORSB, VOL 16, waf * W0^ 1 ^ ™ ;■ f. pC<|i kfljj • -i % W %s f-" "; -:;r ; r*.t 'M -• OOll BABlTfiB HHATH THIS BRH9BB—TBJB ST41DAXO fir m ; "ft CONGRESSIONAL. • i I * ' —Dec. 14.—Mr. Mason's resolution iVA of a Special Committee erf r investigation of the Harper's Ferry invasion Ofcs> iv . | >{t V?.'ai!c, of Ohio, sua that at first it was sot !"i purp-'-e to speak on the resolution. He * .4: h:-: mind, when thei resolution was in- ti. that he would Tote for it, not on ac- ;! in-, enefit he supposed would result .3. ior he- thought it would probably have .f • creasing in Virginia the exeite- vruch ilready seems to be sufficiently there, it least for all practical purposes ; ifcut in thin resolution was the whole subject of «unwvev-y iKtween the Northern and South- <rn :■«.* ami as the slavery question had been d:?CU ffflaue trod' c^air. £-tui i the ef rpc'Jf stroic ailj, He h and allusions made to him person- •,vvi essential for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 January 1860

. 111- f M li I : i I; ■ I 1' *. ' $ k,: t I tj„1 fi" i in 41 •; ; ilii in• s ■C.'\ j tfe.il i ill! H ii i \ rf>' ^ Wa«hinfton, Dec. 29.—In tho House terday. after some irr^ulareon vernation, a por- tion of the Democratic members united with the Southern Americans in putting forward th( If on. Horace Muyuard, of the Second (Knox *i|fe) District, of Tennessee, ft* f speaker and be n$ uomiBated. The House therefore pro- ceeded to the twenty-third ballot* with the fbb loying rpanlta: Sherman received ,101 votee, requiring only fou" more to eleofc hi ai; Slay- sard roc«ivcd Go. The remainder were «cat tetrad among a large number of eandi dates. — "" : Washington. Dec. 29.—In the Houpe to-day, Mr Pry or of Virginia, delivered an eloquentJgounoAi. mbbrtt. akp i.ibehty of oo* •oiekoe, abk ome amd iksnpahable i awl effective $i*iuo'u in defence of. the rights of the South His us*uner was excellent, and at ihe eenelusvm oi hia speech nowew>na firiendf gathered tirourtd him and heartily...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 January 1860

|5* Vr Bfc: Dr. like til* 1*9 At -7- •-• m/'w RjBtSl to mpply «j A Blanch •gUL'S. Marshall Orf. J- M Morphia C. C- Milb Col. A. D Barreas of the efootkra of i * - _ oi* the United&tatea. ~|*72. 240. 57. 24. 8. Wt little more, if any, than half the vote the -omwbas the oapaoity m give, wa* oast therc- Wc showing * great indifference; touchmz the 2mee of a successor, for the unexpired term. It w generally understood that politics wore to be disregarded, and that the quejstion of the ftmthern Pacific Railroad was to bi paramount to J] others.—Httrrison Fluff. j ^3SH! Gntlemen of the smate : j j - Jo-da) will elose that official ronneation which ha-? existed between us for the past two '"gince ^ I waa callt d to presulo over this honorable body, my every aim has been to dis <jfcmre my 'i"tie3 promptlV and impartially.— With jour generous aid mid attention. I have. I trust, succeeded in ihU,|and 1 am happy to know that my relation* IiUve been of the kind- tft character with every ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 January 1860

■ ;-V. * 1m , W 1 In IB +* u • g ( % V. , "'nt: Imtt f « Pari* correspondent writes: \ When it was fink The following totter, received jftwa John J8.Cook,*y his mother in tow, wmdmg m . WUlmmebaigh, Hew York, has been handed,; -the Emperor oon to oa for publication: • of.^U) first N ] OHAHUEtfTow.H J AIL, Vs., Not. 6,1859. Csthedral of Mr Etkk Dkab Win aw> SdSr--A dmn Mpe We ooafints me--n prio^en'spellisniine. Yet there ere oo'bus to oonfine the immortal mind, and no oe« that cnnshdt op the gnshing frfrfy. of andyiifg torn Diatanoe can not put the twining tendrils of affection, nor can tfatte sever the golden links of that eternal ohaio which hindl my throbbing heart to my Ijfm'm pattner and my ehild. The lovel cherished for von. in uiy hoars gf freedom, has grown deeper and stronger while gazing through my prison ban. Aioue, Within my oell, my heart is ever turning to the foad memories of im loped ones; recalling. from uieinory^s history ot life, all the dear words, the loving ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 28 January 1860

i CHARtfS De MORSE, i . ' I- LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRATB wra BRBBJEB—frBS STAND •AID OP TH1 FXLEU3I VOL. 17^ CiiRKSVlLLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, S *■ 0OVEBJTOV$ MESSAGE. (jESTt***1* 0F TH*J^|frirBPEMENTATIVE|: Aj^u&Iic business, which has n&t allowed time for the preparation of its commu- nication, has prevented me fram presenting at an earlier period, to the representative* of the that information respecting the condi- {^n ut'our State aflairs, and the1 policy which •jl jetuate my administration; -expected at my ||tM^ Jn the short period whtfoh has elapsed aneemy inauguration, id is not lobe supposed that 1 have been able to obtain a critical know ledge of the workint-s «fj tho different depart- ments of government, so as to recommend such modifications and improvements aa may be ne tesgary to effect the purposes of economy and reform; and I can therefore but commend the application of those principle which should extend to, and influence all of the avenues of' eovernmfii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 28 January 1860

MK&&; m "k. * if ' '. LATEST NEWS. «<• ^.• j / • a;%; •- J ,v;*>... Washington, Jan. 10.—The president nominated Hon. Charles J. bVulkver, who member <nf mngrcu from Virgiuia daring hat martini, ti minister to France, and :. nomination whs sent to the senate Will probably be confirmed ' In the house of representatives ^ the same rambling discussions occulT^lrfJe ,| km*tot part uftho day. Alter a call wiCTinade^ and th« house proceeded to vote on the 3^th ballot, with the following result: Total nuaP ber of votes cai>t ww 219i. Sherman received 1" 105, Hamilton 88, Gilmer 22. The scattering vote amounted to only 4. The m^rab'MH being anxious to organise the boose, proe?eded t< the 31st ballot, wtiich re- x salted as follows: Oft he total number o; votes cast, which was 219, Mr. Sherman received 105, Hamilton S8 Gilmer 19, Reynolds 3.— The scattering vote was 4j. The o2d ballot wim taken amidst great ex- citement The whole number of members present, was, 210 ; n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 28 January 1860

- ~ '" 2 ^THiTSTAljB OF TEXAS, Wrjjjfc ike Sheriff a/Sot k : EREAS, Fred •tv, [rict Court of Bowie county, State ,* I£aU ^ Inlv IftMV lltTilil the 5th ofJuly, resident eJtixen of tt S f • / trick A. "Peterson, a rest )/y "teat citizen of ChHtiipa<*noih\ Union conn- HttK oi'irkauw, tiled his getiiijjn is thcDij - —f~ • «- Te*ts oaj ncain«t one peter Go*^ n\ t count v ot Bowie. in ti e; Texas: Fforniiff 'in] hi« pctitioa. tTmt said Defendant U to him on a prouiissor f dsn!, for the sum of dollars and citf'mv-ionv ui.ert'S'- \><-'r iiiioniw late-!. Champagne pavable one < *} 31 Fi !"v,,tr *? since been due. atul si-sin-l said del"** >t\ note, witJ i general ivli \ \ plaintills is i pr i brit-ft hdsirti . jt 4< <■ air s>v itrief n iV- legalfly and juuitly indebted note, iu;tdi? by K.*id deteu-* >r.e hmiilred and fourteen ents. with tea j>er cent, m date tit! mid. Said now lie. Ark., Jah'y 1st, IS.Vi) late t-> F A Petersen, that said note im lor.g fpsfigB...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 28 January 1860

V STORY. WtM i i IrMf1 Si SI t: M A. 1:1 iiJl $ a If- jli i j-i I-"" y1 ? Ifh mm* WMWM of tlte eekbtated Jumpertz, j murder" case, with ffhioh pur road- fet still en at Chicago. Some j itvi pi r< r; s« nation of lEUiabetli F. Itiley 1 Saturday forenoon, and it is not; of the oonneotion of this woman" with jampertx is fall of the stranea mystery which hias cur rounded the terrblc case from the Itsti li' true, it heaps a deeper and more ' weurh( of guilt upon the head of this apertx, than even the most vivid im- bad before conceived. K not true, degree of moral truyitude on the « wips witness which it is hardly possible exist It.appears that while living in Milwaukee, with Sophie Werner as his mistress, Jun\pertr, at a lecture one night, received an introduc- tion to A young and beautiful girl—Elizabeth F. BaUimn With the instinots of a libertine, he perceived in her a lack of those positive in teileebm qualities whose very presence forbids the approach of such a villain as himself...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 February 1860

VOL 17, CLAKKSVILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SprE®it, iffRUiEY k fgk 8UJJ8TANOB OF A. SPEECH DKMVSaSD IT BON. JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, ■ fLf Sail of the Haute, of Reprnent'Uvm at \ i Frankfort, December 21, 1859 j Fallow Citizfjts:—My purpose to-night t ft simple one. I come to express my pro- band oratitude to the llepresentative^ of the _e4pjeafor the honor they have eonHbed en L. by electing me to the office of a Senator la (Wress; and also to give my views,} $t the wonest of a portion of t*e Legislature, on oer- cSn questions of public interest. j . J h ve no ianguage, fellow-citizens, adequate to the expression of the gratitude I deeply feel for this great distinction. Conferred in my ftbs^nee. with a unanimity which I had no right to expect; and aocouipani.d with cheer- io proofs of the Legislative confident it is ^rested with every pleasant and gmi'yins iSHff Ho safety. Our purp ee were patriotic and | within their appropriate sphere must be hus- majority of the non-slave holdi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 February 1860

Mil ■-ii ! ti 1 "if I ? & ? lUT i 11 • MMl'g in", iljl—lll '■!_! H W ■ !* PH.i..*!!«• \'p- * ~ : • i r_/ ; •$ '"'•""T" " p AlUUXJki. «*JCAX bxKAlUBR BALTIC. NSW YoBK, Jan. 24—5^® North Atlantic Btfamship Baltic him arrived at this port from A*pinwaU, brining adiviees irom San Vjten- Ifliaoo to the 5th. wstaati—three days later than ' hi noim \ hj tiim ftr-tW ~":1 *-rr a* lifipw I \' f IS It* Baltfe Wi^! It,760,000 la treasure, pad a largs pnmbei of passengers, ¥b*> legislature of Cisflifornia met on the 3d, tftd Philip Moore was elected Speaker of the House of Keprosentanives. t On the nth hrt., the legislature was to meet in joint session for the purpose of electing a United States Senator to fUl the term of Sen- ator Broderick. ! Th«* chances were in favor of Senator Wel- Jer being elected. Later Prom Mexico. Nkw YohK, Jan. 24.—The steamer Baltic brings advice* from the west coast of .Mexico, via As phi wall, to the effect that Mirauion^hatf obtained an important and comple...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 February 1860

BR '' kJi. & • ■■ «, i. \ ^^=^=fcs " j&aSAte# ■ • -'"ss A. S K AT PARTS, ***£&$ :wi wrmi bT'«*« *[tkfe g&c,) where I "can ,.Jab Mtt'fTffiO BOVCR. no sj-^-4t 9H 7 ji;. :,'V"- iiSR gSw/i;; RSifi^ • ifo, [Late Wm. G. Lajw 4c Co.,] nr*FOK*att asti> JOBBKM OV • *ef ~ „ ,., ' e found, Sitting 5Si^, #trl eol<lflt«ndf , .. . . .....,,, HOASSiiAI^Wi^' and nfV 1 ST APT It* Jb T*5 AIrfhtf'- DRT SffliW foiiimwh ft^'Iriett.feV.d .**APM3 * 1 AJ^T * ^^nsaajHU^teto' ^enrbandke, ami extendi to ! P-4*-BB<>ADtt At, ? ■ the j w ! .ncmomtyfatwns. "A f-Jit>4< ti'. V .' NEW J!®| PROF. A. 0. BRO WK S gSIJ50£ MAI B & PC At' iiO'KV COM r Oft § W", the U-' si-T .-t „v ff r -f v - •"'" jiKBC-. - pevisr Co tjii' -A - vi*'■ ■"' 8 . Jrri - ': The x THE Pli I>I-R" AT fiil'j' invited fo ibe fa hjve-Wtmvl ;, ico': 0- Kr.>wa; t.y •, .f"l. WAS. " ' :or.i Of ..iic:;!U'L .-fi •■a.' and a :.-!-.. V«par*''i<f«:; . ii.'.l JStM* Hi" dALB SviSOOLS, W J - . , A!;KASSAi8. ,- T C?s...

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