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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 3 March 1860

LtS I>e MORS1, «flIB BREBXB-THB aTAXDASit OF THB FBBEI PROPRIETOR. c-v m. i7, CLAB K S VILLE, BED BIVEWUlNTY TEXAS, SA ■ _L_i i - . fitiiofcii ■*. ... ' . ' X STANDAivD—EXTRA. Cl^KSVOL?FEBBI'AllY 25, 1860. OBt OUT OP TBE WAY I Jffg CABS ABE COMING!! The M«Wi'I is 4 El Paso 13 uo lou°er a mvth a fig|nen£ of the br*in—;4 lire<,wi ku'whiMing reality, nearly ready to run over all the ereep^asys who have discuur- all eiiterprize tending to develops t)je country, besides retWiug to contribute dollar thelB.selves as citizens of a couu- trV who, participating in its advantages, ouit to be willing to assist in all measures uiut.ie.lly tending to the public good. But the selfish and the niggardly have t }Jrt.u a!.if to defeat the indispensable aecrs'itv tV the prosperity of the country. Xbeirou for the first twenty-five iniles has j^n tuntracted for, and the shipment Joubth-ss n-aaneneed from Wheeling on the-"tli "f this month. The contract was nude with Coming & Co., of Albany, of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 3 March 1860

u isi. I •f; t ijf K j I I S t !if v- a i ; i M'f q If jl § i' i>" 11 x r • k t % N1W8. -H«nb«n^ and New To& this Mi[ She left Jtatfforg w Ike 4u inst., and brings farther in- detaQsaf tha State of aflaitR in Italj ip Arago, at New York, from •nd Southampton, the 4th, briqga the new Sardinian ambassador to the United States. He reports: , The new minister, Count Cavour, in his cir- enlar on taking potcarion of his new portfolio, says the inhabitants of central Italy had accep- ted the oongress with oonfldenee, but infpor- tent events followed which caused an adjourn- ment. The pamphlet, "Le Pope et le congress," of wbioh, without seeking its authority, no one ean contest the importance, the letters of Na- poleon to the pope, the speech of the queen of England, and the speech of Palmerston in the house of Commons, are facts which show the im- possibility of the restoration of the ancient rule in oentral Italy. It is certain that the Congress will not be as sembled for the pres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 3 March 1860

>+ ". ■*■>•--*~~ "•*■■* ■ ^ ' ' -•* '1 r '•* ' ■ •M ig I £*i M H :Se £p£t£'<&& i «$£!$* Mi PROP. | A, G. ^ROWN'SK SELECT MAlil A <kw-* J. M HOTiFA-iU NEW FIRM! HOUSE. J. W; SEYMOUR, IHPOBTMtAID MAUI IV 18A3AH W WELIiS ESTABLISHED J his Son R£CEt*M « FO**A||0!*«, AND COMMISSION ROCKY Opjfll FORT, ^«6 ^ . I P*et«a 3m '34. ; - liu! r ► ft* ftiil ') c r) El/r; W'W if#—I TJ 'M. P. DICKSON & m, HAVE iopf rorcivKl hv Steamer to Rowland, : hrf'e. cut ire!vj'new s*o<-k of GENERAL jURCifAiiDcE. jjNoiltirg but new stock in •Store. . . I] 1 . , 1 ' ;l j. YJfce Stock eo >pr""H sn^u-k-s to cov^r cvfiy im- a^aable enquiry, for jjic want*'of the t eopld of *ertion of cot 'itri". it ml i much' isrgeir in quantity tbnn we liav+iever hcnght ait anv pre- vious purchase IhM senior p rtncjr has rtol.l ■rood* in Chirkfviile, *1 bee IS45, an « wishes to'ex- r.re,^ b thank? to tli|4 | cop'e oi Red liiv.-r and .ynoi-.ini? counties, for; the cu.-.om hikI kindness ^[fifjed'to hiui...

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

1 in i'ftii II til : I - F '4 • M •F ■ 3 ; i 11 u ni I J* ! i I Tk 1 5 i • I • 1 ¥ •f t ' i -i '1 I 3i 4 ! |[ >{ t -k \ ii'i if i <-, i •il:." it i f :j r th U!§ : * , :;r 4'. fcjg '—i-v * - THIS MYSTKRIOUS DISAPPEARANCK OF THIS WIFJB OF MB. KOCK. ;j. ^iv. *.v'• J ' " '} : jln nj' j ir "}■'*} ' | • rTe mentioned yeaterdaj morning, the fact k the wife of one of ourwenlfch v merchants had mysteriously disappeared firtom his residence in , the Fourth District, end had not been heard oi i 1 up to that time. The lady in question proved to be Mm Koek, wife of Mr tycrnard Keck, of this eity, a wealthy and reepeeted merchant, reaidttlgat the oorner of Camp and Third Btreeta, . Fourth District. Mm. Kock, it appears, had been sick, and watoderedoifin a fit of mental alienation, the remit of fcickness The body, as we have be- fore statejd, wad found in the woods back of Gretna, and upon inquiry she has been traced to the spjt>t where she died She left home on Wednesday afternoon last,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 March 1860

to 00 Qt OC m m Mp |:6#L_ s 4i,fl ^fcM ) ' 4m mmmrn VOL 17, w TJU BKBfUKB—THB C*Ain>j£UD OF THB FBBB f «*?■*• matt CLABKSVILLE, BXV RIYER $6uf*T'Y', TIKIfc, S A T 0 K D A Y^I A Om ANDPROPRIETOR. EXTRACT FRQM A SPEECH op HON. WM. H. ENGLISH, of i n 1> i a 3 a . bv S nth. t,. rM>r- ?y -v rat*V ,i; o-TJcy. !> h- 'Ur;! - /•vr/.^wVe ontl-i.il mi N'>~ h or •serva'tve nun. at: ! tive eou^tit^en- were different sections in the North, and dif- ferent classes of people ; and have too often tailed, unintentionally 1 hope and believe^ to make proper discrimination between them. . ' j 1 should also fall shot! of performing my The Hon. Wm. II. English, of Indiana, an- j dntv, if I did not frankly Say to those of my thof of the Kansas liill, which in popular par- ! southern friends who entertain extreme sout-h- em. view.i, that the Idea of secession or di - naion ia exceedingly distasteful to the people of the free States, except the Abolit.ioni.stn of the meet ultra school; and all...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 March 1860

ill fil $ i '-1 'fill I. r i Vh Is® rr< • ' !x m S'i 1 j III flu ,;:ll s 'iiU jli «!' i 4 Si I fi i 3'« f a i. j# 'I [t-f M N m® m LA New York, Feb. 26.—The CunsH ship Enropa, from Liverpool oo the 1 ltl ' via Halifax, arrived at Boston ftrly 4b infc-, in season to forward her mails : ' morning train J The KutopaV maik reaches! this city at o o'clock this evening, and those for the Sooth were forwaided by the ^iWflek train. The London pai era publish a dispafcjhfrom Madrid, dated the 11th net, gmng ao ae- count of a decisive engagement between the Spanish snd Moorish troop* in Morocco.be fore the torn of Tetnan. which wis captured on the 4th inat, alter much hard fighting. A )ai$e body of the Moorish troops were encamped before the town, bat the attack of the Spanish a; my was so well directed, that the. Moor* were thrown into disorder and completely routed, leaving in the hand* of the Spaniards all J*eir camp equipage^ artillery, cum*K ammunition, and equipments of every descrip...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 March 1860

v ■ • -. > "}■*' .'!• ■'?•...■•:■■• .r.'■■+'4 . ■ ■ iriry, lor tqe wants of the people' of ojf eonntrjl, and s much larger in W-iSISSr#«iwe h«*« P™ bought at pii.v pre- #,|£S M Tl>«l s(^ior. *ar,J,,er ,h)ls Pol,i '!!wXin CiarJtsville, snfee lX-trt, and wjshfs to ex- J^Th thanks to the. people of Bed.R*ver and P^uin-Tonniiea. for ihe ci fad to'him heretofore, gfc : A# ii *# J \**m *®ael?4L™ <**mk JW Lousiar. 119 years. a hippr |socuty ii.o lied onu- 1 3. tt'.v* I lor cot to irregul Ir) 101011 F) HB :j i) l-i'D1-! l4 >'J bslaij lt>0{i)7 50| ch 3d- |CA*t f4,| i pr«t|'c*l 8-d r i* witkl if I i | the continuance of counties. for lb* custom and kindness ciKiided — thick l«e hof*" to n£r'L The stock of Diy Gobds comprises— ^well's Dome^ics. Lo«-ell and Cu.K-tjaw Pla-da, §i? XvrilI' d Pagjiij'g. extra good. iiersevs ami Plains. Flannels, [ • f ru'lickinf, S3 pie<ea, fcets. assorted, frouiftlie he*t and InrjMsft si« Bed Blankets, to Hi Hl nk|et — #[, frown "d BVaehedUiew a#...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 March 1860

•flj %-M ■A l!ll iy l-i i S;1 m \ I ; p l f. i M ;? i-H < ;£ ; | I t ■: * -ft' : > -■- |i ; . i I; ; 4 jj' * THK COUNTY 0* • J# of*k -; "J" -V *• • 1$ ocmpwttt of R o- upon lt aaeeessfal iwue of th« effwt during tite Njcefcti session of the State Legiela- tore to obtain for the people of l&e"4"*"""" tion of the County of Case Rresfc for mckn^^e pabHe jfceordaaw county «K* court basinm. The GovntJ Marion, with Jefenotl Mitejww- ty-etat, ia now n fxm oeuleeerty look forward to a revival and stimulated career of prosperity aa the aeonwiy and natural re- salt. A single matter we have to regret in conneo tion with this subject however. Which is, that the wishes of a larger number of the oitisens of onr own and the adjoining counties wore not consulted by the Lugislatare in defining the boamiaiie-i of the new county. Our friends between the two Cypresses are loud in thei* complaints because they were left out of the new organization. And wed tlpey may be dis- satisfied. Their bu...

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

m .i PIUNTY, TEXA.foj£1T 1£"XFjlkUi * *-SK «. ' j.&* TUB CHINESE CAPITAL—AN AMERI- CAN'S VIEW OF PEKIN. The correspondent of the New York Jour- nal of Commerce, who accompanied the Ame- rican Embassy to Pekin, and gave an interest- ing jcoount of the success Of (be mission, fur- nish c-> in a subsequent letter, a description of the celestial capital, from which we make a few extracts: ITS LOCATION. P kin is situated in the middle of a vast, low u*! l sandy plain. The tide, which never ex?e«t 1* nine foot at the month of the Peiho, id le'Jt mure than a hundred miles above; noth- ing. a hill was to be seen and rarely a „ent Ij .-weU, which while occasionally ridges o! ;wnd, formed by the wind, were no nnfre quer-t occurrence, and were in the midst of the most luxuriant crops of corn and millet. Tn niucv places water is stagnant in pools, and in others the surface is so miry as to be impas- sible. On the Fust and South this immense plain, spread out like the ocean, sweeps away b...

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

<v- ' Wmm? 3l; #t'3c'' 1®. <t|s£l , ' ' i .}- i<{ l I'ki! 1;! 1 Jj. ®:1 . V'i: : >• j -■;< ■ ■ v- 1 ||M 1 a.u K ■m y X * p| r:*v -'.; WAflfufllUVIi before Mr. waataheo tfo In thia'Senafe to day, the joinl resolution, pussed kytho Kcuas, toadjoure fbfone month, from the 2&1 of April, to allow themselves to ■Mifi <h> Chothutw H«ma lwM waatakea * after some discussion, was rejected. House, a moseige was roocived from the Jtosideot, firmly protesting! against the Ire clauses ot Covodc's TttoSftpiun for in into alleged abuses,bj the President and othen ia their official positi , Hq defends the President's rights, and says congreaa can act only under the impeaching pow t- which they pua^ss- i I The message 0!' the President, protesting against the Covcde; investigation, created a great ferment in the House. It | is doubtful now if the natter will be pressed fo 1 vote. Washington, March 30.—In the Senate, to- day, a message was received from the President, in relat...

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

4& mi.-1—— *0., wWdi theyoffer i >latrw,e#- • Th*nkfti' fcrpest patronage^-ther solicit a con- jjnMJUce of the same, and now offer their goods on the tnOrt liberal terms, and at the very lowest ^Particular attention is called to their beautiful i -gfornnfnt of Siike, Organdies, Muslina aad Dress Goods of ev«ry variety an J style. ! .. ,y Pianos und Buggies tor sale. ■ I ** no 12—tf. tfr, 51. HARRISON & CO., I, rrintN their unqualified thanks to the crti- { z-ni cf Fed River county tor the literal pat- i „r,,> b rtowed on their hoifee. and would now i cr*Mi!v ask of all 'hope who*e account* for the i B*t are unadjusted, 'o call and settle, either i j!v v*'- or C'su—the latter pretei-able. They emhraee this occasion, [also, o! advism# the public, fhat tor reasons satisfactory to tliem- elves. the>- ;ir determined tosell iip'r 'ioo<K and as u induce- -,,,1IA PBiwl - -w. will ell fully TV.'KNTY- l'i \ K PKR CL'XT. VJ!F.A1F-II than hereto- Their st«ck .*on prii«« almi...

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

-; v —*5f -''iiifettL, jik, - * hr'Trr imtf'' -it R&fwl Igl ' ' *■ — - .gtfrejSp. Rr.' -ft Mt '•sgg#| a^^sssgsg iSllllli Hili I i, *V: m m i fi-'v if';;. Jit 11 t, ill I j-tr ] IhI Ifii {:' i | t 54 m •' ,sr ft, fc. uaiert ft cut R of." j?$*: Iftitk hi* tifc jMpe fot parts under the 1 r; sws>.of Jb, Ifavk* n taakte ft flourish, •sign of i m. ft a i m m i|t* bayingftj^ out paying jfceer of him jr. trjiag to M off iq Cali- io, thai place; the de- trood offices ,*' in wliieli, ngratUtiug hi of the CtUiui-ian'e fortdnattiy, he itcls. life jjhtt^'ots to oneMw. Vale, whose hus- band* ia^of in California; pretends to be ft w<fiiculi.r friend ot Mr. Yale ; «ays he owm i one ol'atcaaitiia running between San Francis- es and jKew Orleans; that be has tcueutlyro- rctutmirfd froiu, (ahfomia, where hu bad bte ajuco 1 K-J2. Finally, propose tnnrriage to Vnj. Vale; she objects ; he persuades he*': thai, iwsiiiii'jh a3 h«r husband is absent in . iWiiilvinja, -a'a aii perfectly right and p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 April 1860

' ' ' a ■A, jpK-r' *% * +1 '■ ~s&to£ & m z<om BHAEit eo& BAima bbatb rmm nwinw rr* anurei is or tn CLARISVILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY/APRIL 21,1860. prom thi Knickerbocker far March. THE PRINCE Of PICKPOCKETS. The other day some body gravely informed the writer hereof that he had seen on exhibi- tion at Barnura's Museum, in this city, the skull of General Washington when he (Q. W ) wjw a hoy ■ This privileged person could not have been mare surprised,than was the writer recently,on seeing the authentic portrait of Cartouohe, photographed from a wax cast made of that fa- mous robber's face two days before he was bro- ken on the wheel. We naturally expect a robber's faoe to ex- press either positive fierceness or great deter- mination. In Cartouche's physiognomy we dis- cover neither. Those of us. who have in furtive moments of our boyho-xl perused the fascinating history of Mr. Jack Shcppard, have there learned that to be a great robber a man need not neces...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 April 1860

Ckalbaia, aagso dk- moflk un- mmt u uduNMi ' . f" " : 4 I® tiffs i- n i «iii r 'ik|' "4j i yrf awesvHle,"Ky., ha* Tba'LoniaviHe ng partkwlatt : ill« was ooN?Jonday hurt, . . terrible J) . ;H A. Dtvidsou, wbo, i t Will bo reraeaabcrfi^ *** oneof theperiKms who entered tl e jail a^d fFAIR KY E BfcTTpRS Itwwwi. ■wwnral «n rea *. Tfce oountry is virtually under their aa die towqehip eleetacm prow* and tfcair efforts to obtain powMrion of theiehoole, aft« week since, together witb tbe riotous / JhMigpdisgB wbiafe reaalted, are well known. The present occurrence, however, ia more pe- coli&r in its nature, and, if possible, more aggravating to the whites than any that has to light. two year* since, the fixetor Hall Ab- a. British association, whose "inst il—fiuii is meddl'ng with other peo- is aftun and neglecting its own, sent out gogland, among other missionaries, r^man named King, whose mistaken jrrKy faad induced her to devote her- £jftoihe thankless task of improving andre- formin...

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

SMit T -;i ,K' - > u di - na- lofhtt $10 Qo 12 HOO i to MM * of i lb**, HkWi •xpeia. t8ia,A. , 48—tt pkmw, eniint] j idTUH, I $156 41 189 HI SO 011 loot t«[ 1 on I cent it-1 kte. am tiaHl icr u;| | to Stan 94—it 1 of Ju- j Hi 50 15 00 *000 in sad! of cow- , onlea i of S p- , M *• 112 60 16 00 '20 00 25 00 26 0C 10 01 2S Of 4«J 60 50 0® • daw* ptt) '! * ; I'tos : f iAV ; aiULL, CHABLIJ Do BDXTOfi AITD PROPR ■TJ JBTZMlBD or ■ "HP ! • • - . ' f*' GLABKSYILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 28,1860. HO. 45. from tk« Knickerbockerfor March. the princk of pickpockets. (concluded.) for the future. Besides the taverns, there were, at first, in nearly all the quarters of Pa- ris, certain women Who hired shops and rooms on the ground-floor for the especial purpose of .mi purpoe The reader will have perceived by the fore- 'oav'Dg the doors and windows a little way mine story that Cartouche was not particular- j °pen- The band could not all sleep in these to sensitive on the subjec...

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

if If ' • M •:% i. ;iff • m li; i i>i 1, !t:l \ a- #:f r m. .... eSSl .. , ■W NIAGA foltttft IntaIHgeno* -Affairs In Italy. / The complicated afftirs in Italy are assum- ing a high tone of importance, and continue to attract much of the pnbtie attention on the Continent. j; nA-i . T ■/..'/ '' .,i The King of Sardinia has formally aoeepted the conditions of the annexation of Tuscany. The provision* of the trieaty hate met! with his entire approval an toobggjfelo dost raised by parfyteountefc<M|ks, and - gu ii too steady to be daxsfed by the 0ito of thelalse and fata! splendor af the des- pot's eooik " To those of you vho an ready to imitate Stevens, this only need be said: Be prepared; bide your time; ere long you will be called, i For T tell you, men of Ashtabula, that the strangling of John Brown was not the death of the cause; and that ere many mare moon's revolve, the slave will be offered suc- cor again. Si* months before the blow at Har Ml The French army was daily quitti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 May 1860

*t?p h- JjKsw-: %:*■%& ?r- im ■$$*■:■'£' -2f>SkOviii fc«W *£$*-'><$6|. '«#> ©•«**. JiA-A '•' /- kr I* 9&w ■''$■*.:■is* £ BBS-BHW! M«MMUaiaKi^iikiiU if d.(ijWir iif Bf m t! > J—u Sua, A. . 48—-tl $160 « J30 00 6000 . 10 w 2 50 1 00 ' cent, in- i liib* of "J titototy ident will ij, ual<* 34-41. rTE. (condition, lthe Pi™ lis pttpib impnm is>% I of Js* |f 12 50 15 00 20 00 in lai loftm iff*- faa# '• -v\ '.ii-i*:# • vK; 'Ha V'.svr , .>g •««*- VOL 17, CLARESVILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXA S,,S A T U R D A Y, MAY 5,1860. flfc 16. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. The Convention met in the Court House at third day's session. April 4th, 10 A. Mi—The convention met 11} A.M., . Maj. Marshall, Chairman ! pursuant to adjournment. After prayer by of the State Central Committee, ended the Del- egates to order. Mr. Thomas B. Ochiltree a<rt- ed sut Secretary After prayer by Rev. D. Mo- Jiair, Maj. Marshall addressed the Convention, nkin;> a brief view of the present ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 May 1860

i i •J ; .LL rote bei fwes'to April 25. oae day's lilff safes of eotton for five days The market Some aatbor- diffioaltto ^■V ■ /. t . • r : 0001 iy that all qualities ot oottan havo evinoee it decline, but that the decline is chiefly lower grades. iwi, April 21.—The steamship Amer- 0t,tk JJritish and North American line, Liverpool, arrived at her wharf t£>is mor- _ 7lbi America left Liverpool on 8aturday the~7th April, and brings two days later advi oaf from Liverpool and London than were re- ceived by the Nova Sootian and Halifax. JLjvkhpool, April 7.—There has been do huainnw in cotton done since the departure <rf the ateamship Nova Sootian. A diapatoh from Madrid slates that there has been a revolutionary movement in Spain General Ortega, at the head of 3000 men, pro- claimed Don Cartes king of Spun. Portland, April 23.—The steamship Aus- tralasian, from Liverpool the lltb inst., via goeenstown the 12th inst., arrived at this port to-day, and her mails -for thia city have ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 May 1860

SSflk 1 x..* ■ - Wr ' ' : ; ; - v 4. jjt ae of iby win Iju- 50 loo oc 09 OS d 01 09 69 ■ ■ V EQHMI !fe"s£. -.y U : , u-:Vtf OBARItjlS De MORSE, LOHO SHATJ. OVB BASSBR BRAVB THB BHEH2B—THB STANDARD OP THB FBBB EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. • 17, CLAKKSVI LLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 12,1860. SPECIAL MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIpRNfc j The following message wi received from the President ot the United States— f., .'/if Hou*e of Re:pre$icntabreg ; has afforded nie ample After a delay which tirue for reflection, and after much nnd careful the case of Judge Peck, and referring the ac- cusation to the Committee on the Judiciary, the House made my accuser one of my judges. To make the accuser the judge is a violation of the principles of universal justice, and is condemned by the practice of all civilized na- tions. Every freeman must revolt at such a j spectacle. I am to appear before Mr. Covode, deliberation, I find myself constrained by an j cither personally or by a substitute, to cr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 May 1860

gplfR*] SflSfy I ?' mi > s^s * ;S| !• i 'isj 4f;$81 < t S1®' w 4 f ' \'l ■'- i 9 N NEWS. rue standarb. A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL.* OZ.ITIOAZ. LIBEBTY. AMD LIBERTY O* OOW- BOIEWOB, ABE ONE AMD INSEPARABLE! OLARKSYILLB: SATURDAY, MAY 12th, I860. Cash required for Advertising and Job Printing. Subscription In Advanoe, $3,00 roa pbesbsent of the united states, JOHN 0. BRECKINRIDGE, of Kentucky. 30.—The steamship North ifMa afternoon. She left Liver- b inst., touched at Qaeenatown day, and brings one day's later and Liverpool than were by the Vanderhilt. April 19.—The sales of cotton two days foot up 22,000 ba'es. was doll and holders are pressing iks. The hnperu of cotton to-day amount ro 174154: ba]es->-for the fire previous dayB, 70, 000 bales.* j j - ■■ ; A cek^raphie dispatch received nFroni JUad • rid, dated April 13, spates that general Ofte«a, who beaded the Carlfat insurrection, had been tried, condemned and sh>t. The insurrection -in Sicily is by far mora ser-...

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