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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 June 1860

i ~m 'it*. MtiKljJ rat?- p- . «;■ WteyKilrt: JKiiS iT^i^ay^HpCT* bravb thh bhbhzb—thb btawdabld op ww nami EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TAB DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CO! * ;' YBNTION. i iSpeech ot Mb. Puoh, of Ohio, against the Southern Draught of a New Demo- cratic Platform. Extracted from the Charleston Mercury, Mr. President, I thank God that we have bad one true man from the South to speak to io in plain terms, who hides behind no equi tocal expressions. He says that the Southern statesmen now demand of the people of the Xortb that hey shall advance one st«p further, ^ he says„ for the protection of the rights of the South. I say to the honorable 'gentleman from Alabama that he need not have told us that it would not hurt us to do right. It nev- er hurt.'any man to do right. It is not in the State of Alabama, with her unanimous Dem- oaratic representation, with her thousands an 1 thousands of Democratic majorities, increasing from year to year, that the Democracy fight for prin^ipl^ alone. ...

Publication Title: Standard, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 June 1860

is f i * g|) I ill 23] I •?§} fij If m, :*& ' .imp vpS--* f« ,A'f ■ #.: ■ L r' 'MX- ' | V % i 4 m iS3i '.ii- "f imp^i at baK pMt y Mr. Cush- . at vMsh I nr..... tot. etfed i; tn order - ^jiinW by th® He* Mr. McCrew, ttha U waae [died by States. ^ rtetpatnfc 1 except Sonth Carolina tllfSien 01 any kind present. the «3ht Ste Mt vut wlr partially i tha«on*ent ion oo ita rea «ml liitg, of tbe de egate* were in the cHjr. , bMB jit aeat lu4:H been sfcppo- :«ed thataaythiagimporUat would eome up d - been « ited, mr Cushing «id- draeed the convention in a vew ejkH uea* «,eefb of ccnsideiaMelengtb, in which he counseled har- mony and conciliation. "Evaif cowty in the wrthem Putea," he said. '• now rathe field with a republican candidate and active organisation, und it «u the duty 0 the great democratic pan r; at thin tine especially to forget ail paat different es, meet and take coun- sel together a" to the heat means of crushing out sectionalism and securing for all a gloriou* and a : p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 June 1860

£§ih£t; U^ULUL pft>S*waK£. r. b. ft map E ami BOW a netr and ablet* the, frade, in a Store in this goods. Trimmings, A AMus- of the fattest BftAffCH, ' jfo 12 Texas Street, near the levee. Having ©peneda in Shrevepprt, we are V prepared to fill order* for monuments, moxcvextal head stones, BOX TOMBS, HEAD STOKES, MARBLE MANTLES, COUNTEH SLABS, &C., ,oth the utmost dispatch, and in a «tvK' t0 an.v ever before nuui- nik'nu-ed in the Southern country. Vu' also wish to call the spec ni attention of all. stock and styles of to oar i.akc ieon fencing. Wo have made arrangements with the n:;mutacliuvrs >o that we are 011- I«;•;>n Fi.xn; at th< if i>r < <•:. T.ATvrnft. nirpfjj rrimmings,jGloves, ^broMerkis. Alt seiNee. LUle Fringe, •or Dusters, Prints, ' Una of the; richest COLORS. I . We also ball especial attention to our large stock of Mantilla*, Lace Foittts, Bon-fl^ 4l nets & MiSses Flats, af the latest vgony. Jjfpi CLOTHING, direct from the manuufectur- are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 June 1860

f i WB$lm&m M| ^v|&i3^-:Kp* tey - - .•r.'- -:-. Sar*?* I^S^L-r IvTP: Lii} the fact that ft] to receive *% "' from }rW a&c tad thatfa Mi ceotui spotic rate. of CKMBOieD- tld tki a ialictffl t ts so isetbiog oar national bethc fin flnbassy wo people, nt of the oo1d 'lw*Wi^K(leleetled for such i nation fcftrtod in- by the preju- ifis against alt- h— iMFfcowt de- Whaft their habit* hare been at botnc may be; roadily inferred from the fact tbst^even he e, so profound is the subjection of t&q.lov£r to the higher orders anion# them, that the eerv inte in waiting, never enter the apartments «d the Ambassador without laying ■ their fcrehea< on the dotr-aili -f and, in like manner, whet the high dignitaries, who had paid their uuiht to the ('resident, returned from the Kast Hoom, (heir entire suite ( who had been leit in waiting outside the door) fell instantly npoi their knees, and so remained while their >*] inecs passed by. i; , | For an Lout or mure before the time i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 July 1860

tjj P Ni« stf -M j ifrfffi' Lv w !2'«. | IIS 9i; I'M, 25 Ot lu C*j 25 til 4 W W 50 « .de « to*. (Ctfr wjt v £ fwc« | W Vctifth a&rajK cnnty< ililiVTV 13(1 50 *; 10 <5] '.! si ! er frn!. n- Ids a? rro ' ?•: ;: «f 'w mj | I <i!lOC*j It!- aut-jgj kii-id/ir \t.'. units I •disk , w i awiPSfel VOL. 17, CLARKSVI LLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1860. CAPTURE OF A SLAVEK. From the Burling'on Hawke-Eye November 7. J ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE . SYNOPSIS of debates in senate if{je re3o?u^oos ot Mr. Davis, declaring the fehtiv-' 'ighcs and obligations of the State and F*der&i governments, as also the duty of the JjKjj in administering the Territories, being the apeeial >rder ui* the day, and being called cp, wer>- liseiwed by Mr. Docolas in the JestEw of a dense audience, thronging all p#ru of the gallery. Mr I* commenced his speech, which was enrne>t an 1 elaborate by stating that h* bad no titmice to make any assault upon the politi- cal record of any Senat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 July 1860

t- m I/! r iii j, Ik ■'it w«h i rill f i ft cj. t ft I f * I •' i • ijj* - i •;■ Jfeii; ■r, M mm We placfc beforeour tup hum tb«*iwo Conventions at Baltimore j ^ -f <mr 8Dd Ae awued fir*. MfBMlifc j£iw VI' f We iuiert fbc following circular for theben- tb, Til STJJIARD. A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL. OXJTIOAX. UMSTY, AMD UB8BTT OT OOtt aoinoK,AMon AWD I«bpa*ABL* i CLABKSVILLE: SATURDAY, JULY 7th, 1860. Kgr Cash rsquired for Advertising and Job Printing. ■ubMiiption la Admaa*. *3.00 FOB PRESIDEK T OF TfitE UKITED STATES JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, of Kentucky. raaititlfttt ,.f J. r- <rf lh. I which irs have received. The reports of proceedings at some 1 are not full enough to give all the inform deniable. — , . J- The reader want* to kuow what deleg«t;ons or parts of delegations remained in | con- vention, when nominations were m de, anjd in what proportions the divided delegations 'were apportioned between the two The Report says that the Convention which nominated Breckinridge an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 July 1860

#.••> • ; >•> *gps?^t % . ' ^.v*. &r;>:. aSV' 5&M§? Pmsl rn-^m sgsiii'i T REDUCTION lit tir , and (MB th* flrsl rt*« #1 £i i«r u>uw pw^Biix . W«A of Uh*ir owner hi ttltUme of dunt. £ ,« fetes nJ «*««J Meh,b*v M pafwMt is " T~T" 1—'"*"* '"* ^nJtw A, ■ het primons "Me* rty liiie thslia lo gnu; ., iwj« lkW b*t, ntuiiD* filber to oped or that «f *u ««e wh- ii k' 'rtl. <w <lu t ui gUua which or But rrHifW. c^rtrMgr into your Uco, w do tho gnus "ID tn <WMtr -U.>o, and tosUy taknu can of I l« ort* lrjr wWWr will toil you. Treat ih«m wtfj, '&3ra r.=c *..« be pr-vurfj for j f r«nfth to '•H th>' f*pl-islre tor--« of '■I ■*• *" wj,u< tUe imMigrol t iMJW«>n ami rheap aruis aru ( I>f caul lrcoor Inferior uiatlrtals-. .hia nro nw-re ;d •^JJioUiAowUeA than they,art- w *H other*. • wen finl'Iivd. au.l as thou- * : iS«ul ar.;i can he i rn.uM.irrv « .) skrfliol later. \i i1?,tLTiw>vi. wbitlt wb.tl tbeyc.wt-hi th* Far V** ! * J** ,im~l a i«ea wud-r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 July 1860

WW ||j&ls ■■ J<.;. iSS wlS jg§&f&g| ifj #*<! &N i It i fa *SP other ri neTOVtholetij ttafcy jg6ed, tflse wyciwntii o %ch made under tho omnti tforj*s their priceless value 4«t fchaftlhtej steal upon o cp.s ot' private ■ — l T*ieadenxf URDg afthongh I another eihe generous trjstse men however, now existing, Iroro the rough the chatt- el M^nltogether iknown to the worU;!tot j>ou Will at once perceive that suoh expressions would become painful to me and justly. offensive to the eoun- titv, ii I should be allowed to Itake part in any public or conventional form of manifesta- tion. . H j For this reason if it were respectful and con- sistent fyr jour own public purported, I would hive delayed my reply to you until I could have had at opportunity of uiak'.u^r it verbally ff^xi week on nsy Hay Id; Washington, after completing the arrangements j for the repairs upon uiy dwe'ltag hdre, rendered necessary by a! recent fee. The same rwjsou determines mc also to decline...

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

mmm *$S5 £ m THB FBBBI ■9* |OF 1I0N;- J AMES H. H "sotfia (1atv>tfva, on" mv. ' a-M# OKtlVK&HP in this l^jl^rrki* States — I g^ate liar lag under consideration :l0M suijriiittol ?y Mr- DavU rela? TO tf> {-,p relations ■ dui".- ~o ;'mi-Mr r. Pii^ j o? til-' ,,u" V v k b#* *51 it i uf'! iiorN f— rehieta rite. an rgiiiu •ft Of . few altera ;ion -p* " Ljttriai o°a ^eai'iin-"11 W?'r elS' 1 ier. ii: ■"" itao tb'-t 'of !«rat ' ibis; in 'tain'*" no .ate. lever-e . j ptXA-r •; tbe>' foaitl ■' ■ $m Am VfMONO ESetATioNs as s ate of Mat 2 1st,- the on the 1st of tiie LARKSTIXEE, R1 D^llYERCOUNTY, TEXA S, S A T 0 RD A Y, JULY 14,1860. NO. 26, ■.•n. ^ -La organizations—called governm ,„.i ,b, ' 1 '•<" "hicb wa only corporis T,rril,r. «. .ml th- d,,., of .,t«t J J it to tr\«- l to follow th* afele, the Senator •ids to - IV, the precise' qoes- -•ri>n!v th>i: hajfc tht y t - •r shall an irttj i Those " hi u dvocare by the from sTielip 1011: }-,. h \ !!. :'> parlies wilt agre...

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

mm Bfer. t* . p . . lift""" I I' ! life; 1 wm lift®1 '-T-U . '*! . !$P1 ■>/- "t dSBgg &MS-3 * ;> " :■: : Effi Mst&a w4P:0® < i, •■ I: I? :• ;:s lI'H If 1; Is: ll if. i*u 3*' ■ \ atnttibn Ad- JtOfcWcd- .dditiaaal Mtn ,.fc:r ' the steamship iy jKkjjQnv tbe «Hli, via the* 21at, ih*t Uj* Liverpool eot- was astro. : T""' .£ :'\. market alfco was at tjhe elose sKghtly e (baling, though there was no change t aetaal qootations. i i wke fiwr the four days since the last oir- made up tBtoaoted ta 44,0u0 TWAhurm in Kurope.—Tihe latest" foreign filfj ifcjfr an increase ot ahrm iu Europe.— Die concentration of heavy bodies on the JKbe- niah frontier, and the appearance of a Knssisn arar of eighty thousand men on the borders offfurkey, have considerably unsettled the frith.of English journalists iq tbe lm g contin- uanoe of peace in Euroi«. ~Ti^is war move- ment on the continent has necessitated h tcr- reaponding movement in British^Wk jr >itls — The Duke of Somerset, in *he h...

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

^■^sgfjjgp jm ■M T 'Am* true and tfai to hCqes$ i: the spirit of... the faith once mint •# >h a> 4o> UM «*flie bland brain. n. i t irte pawtra^tlji^ Wjl takaneSreof roreanOi? UU *llf Wtlytu. Tnat tk*u, n^l, I1«I year mm. htwUj- -A • #''> lidf ttM bvsl sU\>; t ifcw'to t4>. -mk <hi lanniml imlUI alfe ?t>a iroow iak-sior l^tMr owowx thau th)'j- * w«!tant<h<xi. Mwai(fh i< aUofmodrm rnufhiwiv an worth what they ;j#sen: At ta kgai tou'l «r tint utjuut coiBp«nt lujy a Ooit* SB* uf i'l-" ' f u« frWnd, wRh hiX b arr* --Ww tw rrM 0,1 ■% jJT ,-au tie c.rriri-lua'lt-'l int ._y*w*jY , (hj! mill ag «r i*wiuiu.i.i lip VboTejm- and ill-tem- po naqurun and ,. . and general ele- ion ooantry, • and of Texw in . s. m- r&&r will be kept folly m * H«f8 of the day, both domestic and ePRESBVTERIANwill ho issned ftom a, a power; press,) purchased It prill be printed on *,) wall contain seven . and sh ll be interior to none j|$eehtioa. Improvements in " ^ge;j08tifl« 8...

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

mm f«&;« , forhia vessel i Kg atiinTinir fi*<? a j Tagurhote oft the feT & • «c:' ft •Sf i'-if"' "1 II 11 I! 1 ' li fr- F-Ill N ' il ■Wt nfghtfttll. , inside cjf l)iin«ei(<a match witch, D& whole day, whet, o, U«e Portu- <jn the bow. , OffitW .frt&t he liiwtbeior* the«t in teats which b&s&bt U«- am -*£ the Ca] her «u tbretopj^&wm «*'«* il wi« M<M«S>|e almost « Je of twini. hi* jibboou Jbllowod directly attef. the fellow stopped for ntuhitjjg. aftda- night set in, drove Iter <m, Ki^b on thtjj rock* oil C«(9 Lopez, the Portuguese tCriiffier by! that rinu being tti clow range but the t|]loul'e~terj««s ?>ur '*■ bind. Those on Coord the otjfeir steamjt-r* howe* er dema-ibe the* scene iup troty hea t,remlii gr A the brig struck. and was ovL"* .teimed by th? breakers, the poor n i*eruh!t!j creaturvs!«m board, probably to the number ot"five hPti'lrc'l. «"e: up a howl of despair tiutt cbuhl 1M- aeyrd jabove the murinnj of the hungry s«t;t. But...

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

) } Si -v. ■ ••• „;•> f i fv, •I1 *# * c n s m' f fix. ' Sfljv at iPciiU- lu ia* rrflta- (2 W 15 tXI !'J ' j <*• llC P'J !)0 {* 14 ,0 ,<> it) ie « ftctpl t::.lW M-f Vii s.i Of- IfKfi J |a«i 1 KiiuJ;' i> I il u*. hMr . I |U.B# sfct f«SM '}!• : lit i |hj> fru* ki|- io> • esss PRBSIDUNT'S .X CLAKKSVILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SATORDAY, AUGUST T. ® a«u*Kl!OIJ>KRS op the MgMPHI8, Bl PaSO j *; W*" and Pacific Hah. ho ad CompasIt; J We present the following Element of the >p- f the Company for the past two years, and its pres- the Company baa been increased 853,050 00! P^f^vacitut hinds in the reservation from the Arkansas j- . 11 the Brazos River, amounting to 556,126 acres, i u surveyed, and the field notes returned to the Gener- f* in the time required by law, at a cost of $12,- SfTtoA,h.. dW,TS -W in'tocl. J. tre >ui0 of the reserve has been measured and plam- T°e. V • (he Brazos river to the Colorado, a distance about I, m h.ni'lr -«i and fifty-four mi...

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

•if 1 m i|i ,} 1 F f !*• ft| - In t f ij 'ili-j Iff Si! :} ' $ . -4 ■f8; . W'i. !'{!;• ■ fl itli - I'I f $ Ms<« Jt.i- *. 111 if jbi tit ii CoMrTKOXXEB's OmCK, | TIB STANDARD. A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL. POLRHUL UBBBI*?. AMD LIBEBTT OF COM- ■OXBMOB, ARE OXTB AND IWSEF ARABLE! OlARKSVILLE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 4th, 1860. Cub required for Advertising and Job Printing. Sabacrtptlon 1b Advapoo, S3.00 TOR PRESIDENT OF TRE UNITED STATES. JOHN E. BRECKINRIDGE, of Kentucky. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, JOSEPH LINE, of Oregon. Presidential Electors for the State at Large, M D. OKA HAM, T. N WAUL. Elaotcr for Eastern District, A. T. RAINEY. Elector for Western District, J. A. WHARTON. For Attorney General, G. M. FLOURNOY, i OK TRAVIS. For Comptroller, C. R. JOHNS, t K IIA vs. For Treasurer. C. H. liAM'MiJ'U, .Interesting subject of inquiry. ernor has net a perticle <tf^miiai7 i^|^Uj. OotobU', 18^^ todu40 ^ ?itirena ot l«xas t ,, ..... Has cur neighbor at, Mt. Pleasant," the Suppose' the Comptrol...

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

, «* 16th. wtl st AT COST, " t STAND py -; -■**'£ L 'If* ^ HART^ * RWEIYINO, direct from New ST At large81 and beet 8*,ecte^ 8t0C,t boo?**to tbia w ke^. conabtwg ESS* ... J&k . fc*"^^eof Whiskey, Mj bbbVB«nt}y- „. b*-fcft* Chimpagne wu e, kdg berrels of Wine. of Porter'and Ale, .> firm ibto ofM°! «,es -. x ' '1 t JO k lf bb,B of M0,as8es' St kelp of S' at ei- cents per lb hy ke* jdQ bo*es of Candles, m bow* or Bar Soap, •J Sxs Pickle Preserves. Catsup?, Ac., iSoboxMOf'Wv —■ K Jr lot Of U-isms. Prune-., tlr^l.* Almonds, Butiernuis. 2| twrjthi-njl, ia fret. that ; Jbecvlleafor .n th-s me. at kpc^ ":^e t,w " JJ JLsoff'initer fewder. TL eoi!-. of (trass Rope. xa.r-.wm sue*. «AA MlU 01 Mr , '"T « v,,v ~ r ot Ovstcrs, Lobster?, inline?, Shad. r t jir^ w • U iffiS Tron-ware, Trace I'hsV, L<}g Chains. [ K^**1 R |r0n Wedges. Sft«<vei , Spud*s, *Ti.B , l!,ii < r'.iii'i-rs" Hoes, Isamcs and C<>1- gmop'''-!" • • * ' Tiirpt^l'ne liswH and Lard I®* pltj" an 1 U'aek !. ': ■ I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 August 1860

& ~ * ' ,:< n .'•; • - • mimi i M IPS BT and according to ^efJaatHieot . *... f^AVlNO located in pi hifi prpfewional s« this town and surroundm WSt Office at Hart k Mjm* i*t. i«en. ? _ v . . _ . ^ Iicltato be opened i& Bedffifer Cougar. Texas, on lite first Monday, the 6th day o/ jWK^^dO, foi t% election of the following officers, Fw^Auorney Ben e^, CQyitf ro^ pn%d a^corfnts, State j Judicial I)i«4rkjt7CtHWv'iwlMe, Sheriff, Uerk of Jnhn 0 B tfie County Con& CountySurveyor, Assessor and Collector of Taxtt, County Treasurer, Coroner JOU fhat you ctuzeos Medicine the cwdidatd.of tfi? «bh4v I beg leave to revest you to , ofthfe. at th« stands. pdlittcn* platform ^ ^ ^ =«= AT LAI F'i "• ; 11"; ' tsl-:- ; surrounding country, la , -all. oT its branch^; . , - . oe at the Drug |5ioI* w ®r XB. Harris, ay he' found at all hours during the day, sssiunnlly engaged,—at th«t residence of irks, Ksq., at night. No 112—lyr. iVILliE, oflh 1 *«£ -J • ■ \M Drag Store. ,^l $ aoT—lyr,, ' s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 22 September 1860

CH A R® 8 ;D® MOR8E, X.OXVO SHALL OUH BAJTHHR BHAVfl THH BRBZtZB—THB STANDARD OP THB FRBB 8*«a, k&l • < lie I Mi _ • ai?r««itt2j I ike itgttw t nUS^iu^ ] F-flsgfajV UHl^Tn. a?*I*X i#<«v rt . mm tba** 13 EDITOR AMD PROPRIETOR. SPEECH OP HOir. J C BKECKINR fD9E, Be ai tlcai- At 1 party, that 1 signed a petition for the pardon of John Brown, the Harper's Ferry murderer and •traitor. Thisis wholly untrue. So much ,tvgbep at ashland, ky., sept. 6, ItfoO. | for that ! £Cries of good.] j It ha9 been extensively charged and circula- the Wb^le Ground, and replies ted that I waa in favor of the election of Gen. • him, personal and poll- | Taylor to the Presidency. aud opposed to the w j eleet'op. of Cass and Butler."- This also is | wholly uatroe. N\ •s s salute of •>•> suns announced i„ th0 year I847, there wis a meeting in t * lr. lireckinrid^e. lie was the city of Lexiugton, in which I participa- nthusi-tic demonstration At ; )ty vbinh Gen. Taylor was recommended .-saber il...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 22 September 1860

i: S;l' I w ■ ill H li r. L J ft I &-1* ■ ' It. i iiii s-.t1 if' !«'i a* '« 1 til Trl'ii i: ?|j f. Mi li li?' ■> ■ !! Farther Pant, 8kp. ll—The steamship Bohemian, which left Liverpool, Aognt 80, and touched at London erry if the evening 6f the 31st, pa?sed this point at an early hour this morninv, bound for Quebec She brings one days later intelligence and the weekly sum- mary of the Liverpool market*, for the week ending Friday> August 81, ' • j Liverpool, Aug. 31.—P. M,—-The sales du- ring the business week jasfc ended, in the Liv- erpool cotton market, include 52,005 bales, of which speculators took 3,00(K and exporters 11,000,. leaving to tbe trade 38,000. The mar- ket closed with a declining" tendenw.—The lower grades of cot* on'have experienced a slight decline •since lest week. The; other qualities axe however, unel^ged. Tbe cotton marlietto day was steady, while tlic sides embraced 8,500 bales, at the follow- ing anOurized quotations of the brokers cir cui-sr: b's...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 22 September 1860

r~s ** _ " > • mm&mmsm u TS RTSOS. rnVTTr* G-^IES^A-T BY IUllJROAD and four horse !f * £*f ~M£ A-IXj COAOiISS ' ... Hni eheipit rwiin to ail j o'ti i PATENT Flfif ARMS M'F'6 CO. Coloae^^. Colt, Ttt^uA. Pistols, Rifles Carbines and Shot Sana. CHEAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. Xnpk Iteasoiu Jar prtferrnuj Coif* Arms to all others. 1. They hava bren thornnyM y tMted by all rlnom of im-n in 1111 7x 7' r ,«-m.1fer flr*' riB'- nn i'K'ridi, during tfc* Inai.ft war in1183, tf> «b« prm. r.t h-.ur they Usvi- «]«•. r,Kpon,l "t >a the U.eeU or llirir owner iu il,.- liaio ofiMmrer. ' ,'■■ , /i, *h>w * aaecur -y which rmiv do t«ra lots in ih ltl U rjl offi^-ann*. -fh > 0(11.ot nn.ianiri-i y.ur tiywu'ht ami li-nln. as do tlio rttt- |,h p-dcnl primers, whifhfly (Ik? obsiU in uurny pi«M>«- 1. Ihi*? tlo seit shefc n;u-ir>: till,, r to 0(!(ia ill shut wish- ful >lt- ..W oiai. ar.,; wh nh- .t'. i a* do the gnus which o;en. .vs K ' or nut t*ru«'k«-rj . B. HABER, I TT^f* REOEIVE^ wJi...

Publication Title: Standard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 22 September 1860

m it I II In- I " -' '; ' A: t m 1 W&'JZ' : • :? • i M f*SW« 0D Sawye«(sold to between between ' w * * ■■-. ]• - ■;•■. ■ ■, * j-..v . : ''V * . ,f ,/ - --3< ' ■ '".■"" ' ■ ji • :/■/ i are in In Fraqoe, «Yen ,auai||^Bjn*piirt5«t des- ami despite the kweof' foray #bieb afflicts every grade of th ooBHMnaitf, tb* rev- olution's saarb remains. Every frkeve there is * respect for Ibe *bte man, na fbn he has sprung from the lowest social depth. The sol- dier who has fought his way feom behind the barof a village ion to the rask of Marshal of France; the forlorn peasaot bot who has turned a five franc jpie<*e into a splendid fortune; the hunibie girljgreatly matebed; all find even in riiov adoroiug Paris, a welcome, hearty and s«©er*\ in ifce cimlps in wh'oh they rise. In Pari? poor boys .'ho have become prreat men, may be seen any day siring some bronzed Nor- mally dame, in the his b cap of her native villxge, protid indeed of a mother or a sister If tVr* be t section of the Pari...

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