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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 May 1860

< '4-: •jfe in iff , f l m nfif! ■yis 4 ilt I ... ! h 1 4 r rfl ir I-? fl f fl I; Ri:. '- i ..f •w- Mi iy t I sli "3Z? OO OBM8 Ottt Of U ehoife? Does not lha last she would We oho- *# One, suitable in «T- „Jien 1 amniitf Mat; 1io «" had, by unwearied Miduij^ioNMM in gain- ing my affections; but hw choice been my privilege, I certainly should not have chosen him. As 1 lipok at him in his easy chair, sleeping before the fire, a huge dog at his feet, £ pipe peepine* oat ol the nisn/ pockets of I^theeting coat, I cannot but think how dif- ' ferentfie is from what I would have chosen.— My' irst penchant was for a fashionable olergy- manr-be was !a flatterer, and cared but little for mei though I bave not yet forgotten the pang of his desertion. My next was a barris- ter—a young roan of immense talent, smooth, insinuating manners; but he, too, after walking, talking, dancing, and flirting, left me. Either of these would have been my choice, had [ ohosen ; but my present husband chose m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 May 1860

c^snTm^cH, IN A SB AS ON A AR. Visit fc MnnifJif trith Mmitttr Ward^-Draerip^ (im of tfi« Place— The Great Ci(ji*r Fhetory S'j TKuutnyn i (h'r/g Witrt(i>ty 'n if—^The giiiiihyy* Tiff-—Hujk Oltl lime*—-M<n istnr yfar'l Ath d* a Gfrutul Btifl—Splendid yaHI\—it#<rufif it Wortnn—' Ttw Capfuin- Cstui tif tjivr* a Grand Dinn-rr and Reiuete }l>ai*(*r—i>rt7/ Miitiake of th? Papu- —•' My Captain" taJcm for a Captftm- f}t>n, nd, iCv, it f. ^ £}rrn>> >n<ime* *f the j'. Status Fi.au Ship Hautpoqt), t > tloNO Kong, Jan 15thv I860 E'V'of*—Since the date of suy Inst r.ttcr to you, 1 have traveled around a little •in i hi**i one of the '.>est titles it *'s possible for man likeme to hard. I believe I wrote ,,, ,r<,(li this place a letter d ited about the 1>, vmber. In;.:., after my return fmra •r,: )n. Whsropoa and Mhcao. If not, I will 5 Si * leoted fleeting me at the Napier ball. Sehuy- leri&jfrbm New Orleans. The Captain Gen- enral, the big man, gave...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 May 1860

MH§ r It, j; sK Mi r i gjW<■" >,. •■:- ^.yawfeawiii' jiffj iltpy w^h^v-; •• ^^yjeaygeti j ifn'iliiijiiww idill r4bfs$fe. ' nm#*sk -1 . ..'fwfll- ;. tl aAtlantio8ta*s to reoast^ even if under three thousand iii mu Colfax stated that he would oa'l up the rhen the House wag foil. 'House went into Committee of the ten the S&te of the Union, f Mr. Iflorenoe briefl y explained his tariff nub- '"ute, claiming that it avoids the perplexities \ complications of the main bill; that it is compound duties; has no minimum; ,'f' gives no specific duties for our country staples, Iff and leaving for further legislation any exten- ;.'?r sion ofthe system. Mr. Corwin, in reply to Mr. Elliott's allusion to him, says he did not agree to all the provis- ion; of the Fugitive Slave Law; if bo had been in Congress when it passed, he woufd not have voted for it, preferriug the old law. He thojught there, was no constitutional warrants for any one of its provisions, but there was higher authority t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 May 1860

■m& i^sf. li '<8 '#1 '^A:r,;mM'^ g&tjB J|S g#ii • ;iir pale**'m <&tf«i4rm# «* off aeaiiacj whkh h**« &> fu tT«U u _ youB eywrfttht ««d teain. <u'Ail tha L MtMt frioi**. wh kfc ily Rk* tiwiliU mux pdac— r ruri K «KW WopMk Or «)>at with- vtan Ai Um gun* *%ieh opra. L-ww out ct«fk« -ij" '*">■ ^SitoSi* barnina p pw in theknrref afUra (Uncharge, y Ot«S«"■* —**Mat> I1"0 vour " *>* r >8 which ?&«* iu romfrurttion, and «u!lar tilun em of iwifiSf orca «lrr Wf*r will tell you. Treat tham well, treat jnur aavams badly. • rZirtM BWl of th« b «t *te*l that can 1*1 procured for ' ™-l fciva ttw «t>«DfU to resist th« explneiirn torot> of «bil* On moBgnri tanitatkm* acd chimp arm* are SESTmdaotcast iron.* inferior materials, had are «v>re their ownw tkan they are to all others. «Tb#r«r v*U tioWwiL and as isbe ip a-i a tjuod ar.a can be Vuh.Jd ei uuwltrn machinery and ukitllul labor. "Trul1 M«lw*T« worth what thoy cost—in the Par W«t jaat a lwta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 May 1860

m: ipgfg I I, It If i- m .":'j -' •• 4 of "with tot, bo ailvantfed the few nB&ow iimmi, trapping over sever*! nuii%dojpriwhM#w> poppies. After Mkivtvo or three tenia, 1 observed at tat * bright light streaming dowa tfwpu'gh a hole^ into which my guide ^bwHei Iwl hodv^.^|W then noring to one side, he made roon fe his guest. I found yfclf in a den in tffcren Teentd not stood dprgbt, but which lie drowded with human beings of bolh|w*te and of all ageeilpd sixes. I was received 'with a hillarioue shout which assured m«of welcome Lik e a flock of sheep crowding!iiito a pen, they packed them- selves in tie corners to make rooa) for me on the only seat which 1 cou'd discover. I had coaie to gratify my own curiosity, bint theirs was even more rapacious than mine, and mast be first satisfied. Every thing I had |on and about roe underwent the c'ose?* examination. My long beard greatly excite# their interest and admira- tion. Beinj* themselves without I this hirsute appendage, or at mo4...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 June 1860

TP9- oirARXiB^ VOL. 17, \r.: ■ If m WJ vm .WfEKii !b$&fe pMOCIunOHATIC CLAKISVI LJUE, RED RIVER CODNTTv TEXAS, S AT PR DA Y, JUNE 2, 1860. IAL OONVJBN4 ,•.. l'or(im of *iu v * J ritif Pfat/arm and Sece*- t},r Southern Delegate* Aiiril 3^, 18< 0>—The Convention { °~,unt to arij'iurrmiont at 10 o'clock AL <*ii^ ta H# b*the ?"£*«* :J!;;* 'the lie*, *r. Dana, of Charles- t!'': ■' desired to state that, in the n a most protracted Tl:c president Lteiu,ni',nt ccyBfC.jt \^U .^turdav ni-ht. there was some ! llttk ten dene}' ti «H !« * tcr fl.e Ch,ir j' j perfect^ eoaseious ti.-ft inrn : give r hii-'i) r .T-jr t? r, ] s '1 ; a jn'-'hr, •'i i'i jmsin v." r mm pi 11 ; c*>m id r: ■ I W-m - ;; tro ! t:i" rtfer. which it became ne- rebnke. and he was n assuming,.at any j- ;e applying to so (ticmen, he was liable to ' Trustinaf that he has timed it his duty to ad- f . a'l gentleman in the ■i v .3 then made by one v u rh— ie condition of the ention was required i -imment on Saturday ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 June 1860

^ [) *; Sit ; SKj m i ill ;-i \\ % Li I hthe Ik* wifl witfc.urtinthe wSJl-aa# faithlatbe ia liar Ik •QMlitf Of in as- in sfkboh py^at mn&.: Mr lfnm, rf Mimri. then addretoed the lir. ■ representative of the I>e- ■noafeeyof Missouri, (he *id,) I desire the attention of the Convention, in order to show at lea* how s portion of this Democracy stand: upon the all-important question of the uroteo- tioa gf skvei} hi the Territories. I: do not know 'dial I haVe ever in my life had sach a feeling ipoa any political question as I have had tofky, on heating the reports of the ma- jority and minority of die Committee o*j Reso- lutions read to the Convention. It seemed to me as though the Northern States—and by that expression I mean the free 8ta|pB—and the Southern States had ar- rayed themselves against each other. Sir, it was a painful scene to behold. It is painful to the Democracy whenever they hear that there is likely to bo a conflict between the North and the Sooth. There is no f...

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

::.tvr'v 4 pt km RCftMTAi m* MW ■«■•"-! <•]««... I <vv> *&<> i'^SSi'iT W1X •J*# nbla t tfce ' in «8tora in •n Ttnaia, Wlfcofe, Lag ned aboutilie mill. '* " m in food in®, cutting lumber; as Bill ia tlSlfMV* Qnm.CMk. *rf WlibiAatdk Trfammp, I Tiiwk Ginahima, 4 X<uh of the am LisleFriage, for Duster*, Prints, J ma of Om richest ftmrhami Set «f0ellare Iaserting, Edging--^ kinds Linens, v.',-, ;. ^ ■" K vi pt®pl^Sr*4l py ii«a«b0MU* fori &may 1L nd- 18 J^,. mQiamoaCoualy. , in the western part of Grayson Coun- aiw.,f!'.Sl . i. "JtSAcres <* yoodCorn and Gotten Lamb atk i0^^8cattle etc., too tedious to mention. ^ , large lot o< Good Pine Lumber, w-k st the Mill at $1.2*c. pr hundred fee*. TTr«rtnn wiihiag to buy any of the above gUn*1 wishing __ please « at Clarksville ^rTu call on 'me,'at the mill, or ,19—6ni«. J. W. TOML1NSON. S. k T. Circular Saw-Mill. R. R. Co. W. A. KLT.KTT. jL!.*. STOMA*- MUBBAY & ELLETT, attorneys at law," Clarksville, Texas, Will...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 June 1860

week* in June. m § VOL. 17; fcSECH OB J* mi* —-i3* fM l no* ' 0* « s \U ■ pereMLb- ■ dai« ' i, fro* tiat t adevikdv j " UMr 1 fe>«iMt| le InatitMt! stuMi study, ■ m [No. : OF SRNATOjfc $?AV&, I'. & Senate, JMu«jy W': INVASION OF STATB8. g, {it'htkr. If there be do farther morn- "ifetaieffls, before the debate 5 otia of day, I *sk *° be all .«1 consent, to oall up the resolution #tor from Illinois [Mr. N^il^ yp it the special order for Tuesday next. Tteire to speak to that resolntion. I do not llfeh to interfere with the debate of to-day. or •A the Senator from Tennessee, [Mr. Nichol- i""l wj,0 will probably wish to speak on Mon- JT If. then, it be the pleasure of the Sen- ** I should like to call up that resolution in |nkr to postpone it until halt-past one o'elpck m Tuesday nest. The Vice President If there be no objec- . j|je following resolution, offered by the senator from Illinois, will be considered as be- fore the Senate: Rtsolved, That the Committee on the Judi- e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 June 1860

|'?KI li/l n « ! I t;j ^«3Bgsfe jlT^- Sri. HW iifciSto..^ •^""IS^i been taken oo the biB, 1t tobedis- 'foi k: , lii ypsjgg srfrvk iU: irppwi'irr" i,""~~TT;T~" ed bis by Mr. of ibterrio the Commit- tee flfr the Judiciary also provides lor the pro- toOioe of the negroes lately captured off tbe soast of Cub*, for the tern of one year, at key West. Tbe report passed by a vote of 2 0 ayes- against 17 nays. . : J The President has given his authority to use Government vetnek of wan also an appropria- tion of $300,000 to defray the expenses in transporting the captured negroes to tbe colo- ny of Liberia,' Africa. ' Tbe Pacific telegraph bill was amended by giving the work to the lowest guaianteed bid- der, j , , | After the speech delivered by Mr. Critten- den on Mr. Davis' Territorial rnsolution, thf amendment recently ollercd by Mr. Brown, of Misrissippi, which declared that intervention is now needed, was taken up, biiefly discussed, and lost, by the following vote : ayes 4y, nays 5. ■ ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 June 1860

118 lligiiii 1 " « mmmm swiii On*Mf infer** , : 1600 Acree In miit i f d miB in A* Teatos, Wagons, Log tpeniill.. ■' -. cutting lumber as AM family •*] P**n| * ] i* >%] * U £«■ \ pUl i'« it: H&H p| M Hr iftj r, i mw* Si: f«| , ife't I'r-V' f. -I | i wil also selr u^lfAiivilfe. 1162 Acrei of No 1 |La?d, 12 miles 8benn , in Grayson County, . 320 Acres in the- western part of Grayson Coun- ^640 Acres in Cook County. .• fJ ?20 Acres in Wl 8 County. 180 Acrta in Laroar County. 344) Acrte in Fannin Connty, 4 miles from Ho- neT Grove, known as ibe McCIwury farm, rirtt) Acres ol good Corn and Cotten Lands ad- joining: the Mill Lands. ,.. Hordes. cattle etc., too tedious to mention. Also a l* rg* °f Good Pine Lumber, tor sale at the Mill, at S1.2V. pr hundred (eet. \nv rer? w wishing to buy any Ot the above oropertv, will plpase call on me, at the mill, or Lrirest* nie, at Clarksville. * J. W. TOMLINSON. S. & T. Ci&ular Saw-Mill. R. R. Co. no 10—bnioa. J A. s- Ml" R KAY. i^U W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 June 1860

iPIIll lii ,MM tM£i\ mi i - ■s wm #*?*«**$$ ,m/ t~rv 3ft t ^ ;:'J* • wwns&|&*ife& i>yw,y^. ^-=s -v :-.?■ -■ ••^iwr -"k^^rSr' reA.'-s'is®* '<8B®ks«£* „. :^.^r irm^l ^"®P*j!|S*J^SSW'?®^*$f©*J!SB^',i :"■>* « ,<""*"-K"~" t- wSPivrtwspsr K meMf the hearts fverrayail- ., p««®ei ta,: was occti- aod thewMa street, alraostfrom Mar- CJicatnut atrtset, vu densely crowded to the heavy rain in the j afternoon, in the street was nearly ankle d?ep, thos the position afforded to thousands of ! immense throng was >ot hj anjj means the >0oirfSrtUMe in the worldj yetj despite of i drawback an<£ At^www; ineoeveni- tf a oo!d, blustering north wirtd, the vast ablaga maintained its place with remark- ably fortitude, forgetting snob trivial matters in the ardor which had actuated the people to bejprasent. . ■ j The unanimity wtiioh seemed to prevail in - themeeting was remarkable- It was feared by sode than an attempt would be make to break np the affair, or at least to. em...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 June 1860

I# l^aARiBs OVmomb, Af * *m % 111? pSI :il;l mm ' ■ . ■ •Ci tHO BBAU OUH BAHKBR BRAVH THB BRBBXB—THB BTAVDAHD OP THB PHBB ssieE® & VOL 17, *AX|M 1-J ■" y*- ■ D1TOR AND PROPRIETOR. SPEECH OF HOV THOMAS L. CLING MAN, OP f * NORTH CAROLINA. beuyeud 1* tue u. 8. senatk may 7 <x 8, '60. The having under consideration the Vtiona offered by Mr. iDaVis of Mississippi «r Clingman ^'d : • Mr Passu?*-"**: tiie speech of the ito Mississippi (Mr. Davis) I cor- Sapprove. There are one or two points, rlLrVin which I differ with him : and aot- -nth««adinK the latent of the hour, if ben- Z wj)] indulge we. I shall endeavor to state \L If I 'understand his resolutions aright, thev-coutemplate intervention by Congress for the wotectiun, in the Territories. of property - slaves for some years past we have stood ctA#KSVILLE, RED RIVER COONTY, TEXAS, S AT ORD A Y, JUNE 16, 1860. NO. 08 tlia doctrine of non-intervention, am jg ni> teiddie ground which; we can tak«. id there Tha Sauattfl fr.'m Mi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 June 1860

- A " jj vi p)W(M« f _.. is ,tu. vhieli ti' ifotlier side, ;<&$ r attempt t|. ' tiey opinion them in • jthe FwK stead «p0Br I doubt whether sealous, thoogb able, tlutn my- southeru States at KtwB to break :0' \ \ si ,--3*. Mto, bad lart ore «i« tban any l^^attTwyto tbemllYuuurea mere skeleton of a regiment; you do not amount to ball a regiment ; the greater part ojf you have brettkilled or left on the road to die;; the few of you that have cone up here are scarrad, maimed and bait; your very flag is eh«>t tonieces; I do not aonaider you worthy to remain ninny camp; 1 want these afeek, full regimertts, that came in late, andilsd notseethe enemy, toinakeupjmy anny." Or suppose when George Washington's army «w returning from one of its hard, campaigns* an American had taunted its sol-Here with, being half half clad, and emaciated and woundel, what would have been tbonght of him ? T hold, s*r, with the Senator from Georgia, (Mr. Toomb«. ) that no applause and no honors can be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 June 1860

X ' 1 SP .'k?vPl mmm M ■lfe^\ V >• Splwant © « . w{P§ FWStKBck oMeeia. H. TROWEtt, Iditdk Tribuue. ;>« — -tt jw at «!1 inviouf will be ou wilt Mippiy t tiie* wares lores.— pic and lot" tea Lll. / for ents I Kt- rble . fill 51 k "' i 11 •' \ ' •• v mm hokummtu. W*. MOXEHOGU. AND RETAIL btAUU IN DRY GOODS, GROCJtih 1 E8t &c. ON T1IE LEVEE, ROWLAND, TEXAS. particular attention pawi to receiving and ibr: warding Merchandise a-id Cotton, ACHAHCE TO MAKE MOSEY! THE UNDEBSIONFD, desi'Ous of paying bis debts.' desermined to sell off 50 ojr GOfjne Pories. and a tine Jack, ttmtr\6>r citsh. Call eoon, .,,1 vou are sure to be suited in price and quality. ,n- M. W.HALE ft A-bion. Texas. June 1-Jith. 1«50. no 22::M. J AS. II. CLARK, ATTORNEY at COUNSELLOR AT LAW; Clarksviile, Texas. Office next door tothe store nf .John S. Gor- ^larksviHe, June 9th, ltfWX [ No 21—if. __ . : h " I -jpu.vVw-.na, M. O. j; M. E. nvnnox, M. i>. MCDONNA & MADDOX, 4 F.E r.«w located for the practice ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 June 1860

tsJS tf ^Kil gS^'fc." i ij£ I'' ffisfgf8* > . .--I* -WL. Slfll iBsftflp - ■ ;;j. , - J ' -!-l: 4--''-,:;C ■ it-' i i . rlllll 1 Jar Mm 1 111 lip lllr h lE * 4 I eiimt- Twporta* ■Mi.—- ly of gjhre * cor* . _rj^^$Mrftfo-to:t* , and tk* bmt> Beans |u accomplish ff: ' ' '"'" Bed Bayou This lias effectually ahd it js now impos- sible to tbe ehtttme] above the raft with 41 trjrrt Captain Koiweau very deafly states the proposition) namely1—that tihe re't cannot he removed in-iime to Wis>jtf out 'the tiicxt crop. Jit, dues not hesitate to ptvoo Bce the ruuie h* dt^oribcB as the only ope which r will give navigation for any iertjtth of time The press should call the aMention &f the filantfrs to the impomxree of clearing out th*w bayous dur- iiii< the present season. We ttMpe jthat tbi,s report will be polished by every paper which circulates abtAV) the rait May l-i I8b0. DrI Lacy : 1 will proceed *'£ frive you the jouplirjh< of the most j-acticaKltfkputfc to the f'pper Ked...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 June 1860

mmsm ' S y iM 1 mm "v mm mm mm pURBAMUBM BRAVE THE % * ^ ■. •' whs-:: i'; • •• j tm — - •■ "*> •• • ^ 'V bH . J|IS VKltt^ABD OF THE FREBI ■DITOR and rioi VOL IT, CLABKSTIilE, RED gIVER COUNTY, TEXAS,. SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1860. NO. 23, Vfr. 'r%'; ' J 4 .U ew agreement t° the Compromise of 1850, and the principles of (he Nebraska-Kan- ! aas Act It is the following language: ill Mfc- ri 4 | mm . M f>N Si AS, A ~SL :E. "t I* * ilsjtt Vlin'' >■ J w.i tftTcntei P !('«#«(, Tlw tirtij i cK- anca, inty. -IV. .fl ;••'• ov 50 0« 10 0| 2 50 1 O0 feent. in- time oJ J'ler aaj 'choose limit; bjr eut wiD K unle* kef 8tp- , no u JWCK8- i* tfa« |£2 St ISO0 '2' ; ■Ot >4 £BTTEK FKO,M 0OV. JOHNSON. i i Swwt' 'fi-KNOVT, 10/60. w ^ (t>;xTi.KMfc-N :—^'l0 ' n'°-u 's not an object | "The American Democracy recognise and J L ;^liied, but preservation, if it can be, ■ adopt the pri"6ip!es coutaiued in the organic Yy^ .- t« with the Interests' of the Soutih,'ia j lawa establishing the Territories ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 June 1860

K' i ,,r- Mr. Fonton, ►as fiisr jftdfetlifoen of «i«d Jioldi fftbe Refcoletioaary qctmy, Ins sailed op, *b4 after ft brief debate postponed December .T- *l:-J':*'- :['■ ' ' The joint resolution, giving Congressional assent tosueh teta as the Legislature at Louis- iana Texas sod Arkansas have pissed, or may pfits, for levying tolls on steamboats naviga- ting Bed River, to pay for the removal ot the great raft, w up for duepion.: A vote was taken on the above revolution, and the following result announced its pas- sage:' : J Ayes, 84j nays, 77. , In th<* ^enHt^ Mr. Toombs' amendment, which provides that Ooujnrew shall refuse the grants under the Humans land claim, was ta ken ap and pasted At a Democratic emeu , held by the Sena- tes, it was agreed to vote on Jlr. Green's amendment to the Kansas Admission bill which provides for changing the boundaries and send- ing the <|Uf*t'ton har-K to the people Washington..!nne 6.;—Th" Japaf e*e Ambas- sadors took leave of the Pi^ i<Jcnt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 June 1860

WELL. itor Tribuue. J, EL WM. nOWKHOCfcS. 1 SV^ I .'Iff .. •>: '. ' • J „ ^jpspaww lit#%if^ ie ^fe " JQt* ;k' l>. KViltKt,BE. cjm & Forwarding Merchants, £nd retail dtalrh$ ih ^ Ibf GOODS, GROCERIES, &c. ™ on THE LE*VEE, j ROJ&Atib, TEXAS. Lrjular attention paid *o reiving and for- Merchandise and Cotton. , W*leIV j No. 22—tf. Tv&lK* Ta HAKE MOHET? 1 ,r UNDERSIGNED, tfcsi^s of Faying ^ Itts is determined to Bell off 50 or 00 fine JTand a fine Tack- !<"° ^"r r<M*' Cal1 won> "'J-. re sure to be suitediin |>rVe< !td quality. „ MJ W. HALEY. ;I rasp. Texas. JUMC , tt{l'1 BO ":-lf" J A>'. H CLAKK, ^J^OEKBY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Clarksriile, Texas. L rtffiee rest door to tlic rtote of John S. Gor- ^ethip. jrr.e th!i, l-flO. j So 21—if. r,. WU. E. *AI>IXrY, *,!. li. .... , able tn th« trade, in a Store in thin fcow tf*w York, suit- kept eoep*,. J^adibs DRABS*** Prim min^Glovies, Hoia&i , „,.,.... , „ .,, RmlroiderUa. A ll kinds of Whi^QoodS^...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 June 1860

PHI iliSPl i KgMEg IPWJMlPI ife&r it?' * • Hi I ! <!•' ill iS. , 11 i | ii fe ' [j 1 *fi z : h If I! If ' !* H ifsr m 1 ij|i i 'If el n ftf pin! old. PMW TCP mm jWfW M of Gto*tttor: ana mm power to to 80j n the morning bedside wij|jhfj^r«ely jv - ! a the condition of TIW Jfifcjjltgwfe the ed in * mmiW estab- feo«ra .witsbjbat two hoars " «* eflotmaa^ of. only lad ofsevebtetn diys and three nights: and tly thJrty-ficven bourn sleeping du- e hour giv^n for meals which lie ate wbHe working. A long category Was in pos rfswspsi of Mr. Roebuck the ardent advocate of the bill shewing instances oit children's band' t .jess' bltsiert'1 and jthe skii| torn off, their feet and jet Obliged to toil on, their overseers being sometimes forced to keep than awake by heat- ing on the faille with large boards. The aetnatin^ motive of all this cruelty was but avaricious conoiuy. Here are facts which should #dn>onwh the professed humanitarians of Great Brit i« to look to their own deplor* ^bl&...

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