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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 29 September 1860

V'VV , fS of ence , and [Mer- ita <a e. aa an. 00 nii h M- D-U aud i>li- to f- f her (K> CO 00 ! W [00 00 m lie MORSE, •Ki mmmwm -/fy' it- : •#■ ^Vi-r .<* X.ONO SHALL OtTH BHAVB THE BRBBXB-THB «TAJTDAJtt> OP THB CLARKS VI LLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,i860. W EXTRACTS •HE SPEECH OF HENRY 8. llrrll ESQ . AT CHlCjAGO, ILLINOIS, JiT lK KUiMTII OF! Al GI ST, 1860, °g }[J? PRKSI OENTljAL QUESTION. ri£ * 4 it'KlH . ftlK BOG If S DEI.KOATKS. Southern cj{-gentlemen, with t shiuiiinnocence of ability, arid a very >nr ?l.f . influence. who have for years rw .l^timriished J itsatisfaction at the the Itemoecatie party, presented L;irjJt<- of political vargaries, united aniimtv of opposition to Detnocra- !, were men whom fortune vei. ; virion in our ranks, for which early ago quiitly disquali- f long retired reputations, re fidelity with which they had ,d the felicity with which lYlitietd exiles, ever eager o relieve the tedium of •hmeiH by minting the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 29 September 1860

s;: I ti' ' y i i. I : •I «1 ,.'t; f > - \ fei latkr ASjitfltM*: biv:! :<- Arooi Liverpool m 80th, vi , i,alW* . W: ... liatontfaag political ; abithe Wiowlnsr ad- infilli^ieew*l:-$hii*•' f Liverpool, Aug. 30 P. M—Ofthe 28,000 bates or cotton sold daring'the three pest bus- iness days, (including Wednesday,) 5000 wen taken by speculation and for export. , Tfca aalee to-day amounted; to about 8,000 * bales. .Of this quantity $,000 were taken by specalatare and exporters Tbe market elceed general^ quiet. no chanae of any consequence to notice in prices. 1 ( Liverpool, Aug. 30, P M —Manchester ad Ticesj continue to be favorable. The market closed quiet and steady. Tim demand for cloths was 'ess active, am! prices were somewhat weaker Lordon, August 30.—The Eiglish funds to dSy ruled steady, notwithstaniling'the unfavor able west-he"-. ' ConsolB for account closed at 93. Consols for money closed at 921 @93. The revolutionary movements is Southern Italy are progressing, and entijre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 29 September 1860

:,C 4«TCB" tofsfcHA-T Hfi by railroad AND FOUR HORSE •W 1^ lfts«, u4 case tbe pi Offt, "ii-wtei | df ytlie a*eineni lew Piv ■Htios fat re ot the at all Il5 00, 1 the en Iwill b lie with- |er cent. cipal. lea. I to the land i Ittle in Crop Ibit in loth en 1 splits JI aai |A sail ; from I latter te or mot too in tired. :e. , nad who ^jfATL COACHES! being the Quickest and cheapest route to all points North and East. Travellers leaving Clarksville, for any point East <ad forth, should buy their TICKETS ONLY TO WASHINGTON, ARKANSAS. There they will nake close connection with John T. ChMaster's CELEBRATED LINE OF STAGES. To the Cut off. Thence by RAILROAD to Unis on u the Mississippi river. At Unis, close connection ijnurie «l*h the line of FIRST CLASS MAIL PACKETS for MEMPHIS At Memphis, connec- ts is made with the GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL X0C7E of thtt Memphis and Charleston Railroad Comfy other lines. _ ■jprnKW thouM bear in mind that by this safe gatt relis>'le route, there are jS-75...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 29 September 1860

I s b jP; ii!: i 'm m I * I! 1! . | 1 .1. ' !i: S* .' '"{: v.u • j v r •;' & ^ttadtae, feel well warranted in my o«a mind. in attributing to the modify, oulpa- blk nkolkct ortbe CORRUIPTION rf the Administration, (Jackaon'e) 4<*« Afixwr Ywrf expenditure which httve attended our recent hostile relations "with the Oreek India**, and much of'Ae'mtMoVOtniihick **« mttach to the cm^Ury ijf the reasonof speculation*** their lands." - \ ;j"w " .k-_ j ' ? * John Bell. "I hold, sir, for one, Ant gentlemen who believe this war (Mexican) to be upjust sad iniquitous, or whether just or unjust,^ that the further proeeeutkm of it is likely to inflict upon the country greater evils than can be by all the territorial acquisitions which thai eeoM^e and resources of the coun- try may. achieve, have a perfect right to arraign the. authors awl advocates .of public opinion, and to THWART THEM'Ay all the. mean* of speech, writing and voting which the Const itu lion warrants. I hold, sir, that to d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 October 1860

Mksm m I -•'■^ ;; v-; t ••• -ii .. ■ • SiP^ • «'• ; ; JKW? ' .' PM CHA BLSS De MORSE, LONG SHALL OUR BANJTBH BRAVB THH BRBBXB—THB BTAMAID OF TEB FRBBt BDITOR AND PROPElBlf Q A, VOLl^ CtiLARKSYI LLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXA S, S A T 0 R D A Y, OCTOBER 13, 1860. HO. 39 i reached h<ni he «u lost; the rescner toiled j nobly, they wared one another, and just as THE appalling LAKE DISASTER. f^ti,Ij FAll_T7OXrilAIiS" ;: outstretched hands met, all were lost in a Wi-bt of Disaster. Scares on the Steamer j "Emerging wav«—its influence told ana Shora. Ga ll nt d-ri-ig of the Rescuers, Wlth a cheer that rang along Hie shore that Inddsuts of tha Retcue. ! they were safe, and ths next instant essrer _ : hands w re bearing twa limping,ethiustod nur- Thc tflcgr rfc ha* abrady advsed us of'tho dens, the husband and wife, up the steep appalling calamity cm Lake Michigan, by | bluff". wbich near'v tl,ree hundred human bongs J Thus, surd such seme* of peril and daring; nfrish'J fcereuh i's w ives, h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 October 1860

B. HABER, p 7 r. * ■; ■ • . J*'- :-; Mi'ff.sOAD .CONTRACTORS* sealed PROPO- SALS will be Motived L istwfi St the Engineer'sOffice Jjp «sSS8HHbof'be Menphif, El Paso - pncific Ffcilivad C orn- ery, :n fh- cby oflar- jg I, inar Cor.oty, Stat (fTe s uulil Oc'ober •*0'h 1 P*>'K *t 7 oVo.ik, Of"'he' Jefferson Divisin for the th„ citv cf Jefferson to , ^ ex.*n.'.rg: CFo.k 0fR d Hive', Urrttng 0B' n i es P< erosatt wil' f"VT> ' fir- miles of w rk. bu- nted frr not Vj* grue'* res *nd niper p""'-,k. b-tec- 1. ktobel 1 , ,4 rvr,:fi'ii e« to tb* woun' K«-; l::Se. twn u^ <\ fTom the rfri ^ Sf.C' ,„ ..HCo«i,r«T: " d fro- the loan If*!' f i>« « to !■«>'' „ v 1 Fir (1 of six thousand do^-vrs pT k he ?rL rpr j;„itro Ml- hy he State of Texas. * . •. ti oAPpnt'nff oi i> rr ■p,r Ci)Wpan'1 p-VSj the rifiht of nccept rg or to perform propel B'- ^ gfcnrt*« (^ iAna *o JAMES M 1MN1H, Paijs Lpnuir Coun'y. Texas. _ ... " Hl-rjrs WOO'u. BEFSWAX. &o . i ; \V j'-e liiclif-5' rates tor P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 October 1860

U'i jp llii i' I...; ! • i «' ■ L i ! . | i'l'- - Jg H IP ft Hfifcg - v ]::, r" r tern-' J#Sg£ Ann faj the beita "W« w tirQ bat* hi ted ihwlfifd flaaiwl by Ibe Arew baine tal^^!?«" tri imMA(nr fa ftwtoons • th^Ljeu in aad for the county of Bowie at the Court SEi&i*.w&m ih"~'"" "" °f **> •r~ tutaed ankle end Pariai*n Waflkbottinfl. This costume has become the *ogue from haviBjr befo adopted by the Emprcasin her rovtno on tlie sea side a*. Biarrin. T^e brilliant col- or is rceatiarly adapted tr r displacing to ad- ▼antrjie the b?unt'folly lair complexion and bur of Her Majesty. JWTRAY NOTICE— BOWIE COUNTY. TAKEN up bv Henry S. Janrs. snd estrsyed Vefrre A. R M^or a an neti.itr Justice cl th Peace in awl to- kl Courty. Pwinet No 1. on the ?7«h"<lav of Fentember IH60, a l'gbt bav fi'lv two years old, with a Hare 'a e N brands visi- ble. Appraised by David Janet*, and .Tame« G Hollo way to 4"> Dollars. A true copy from the papers on file, th? 8th o? October I860. P* H, D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 October 1860

*J 5*^;:wt,, «R3C* • *" • I** •*, - * CBAB LES De MORSE, editor and proprietor OP TBB FBBBi VOL. 17, irn-EBBSTINO FEOM CHINA. HP? city. This hill vast covered with temple®, escape disgrace, and his army is scattered in . —• :. j j which rwidered thd |^ition a very secure o e ; all directions, prowlinir over the country in •fhe latest foreign arrivil brings ns.files of j by affording cover against attack, and at the ! searchof subsistence, and plundering and mur- jte Kuua Itvi*iM«*r ovutoioiotf niteiiitstuioc of he state of*affairs in middle and fhinato the 234 of June* The news It ^ii-brc color.®, and plain I v sng;*e*ts the like- i -'in told, however. that one ot thera. which had tlx;fc* the calm and i| iet of uncounted j b«en ooertp'ed by an American missionary, and Msturiss in * 'hina have been exchanged tor a j by him fitted up with doors and windows in \ r..f l'I--1 and terrible disorder GLARESVI LLE, RED RIVER COD NTT, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTORER 20,1860. NO. 40. > THE 8TO&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 October 1860

■4*: •r m i# t B 1 If | ; , Sj.j !! 1 _ k y r &■ m i *1 ifi JR. # B? 1; A •" • I if V? 1 ill1 i r, a i1 ih m ,'■ evil in «or m tfprtlt ado% 'ktrt By request, we publish the Union ticket <=o m* reeaon >hle groudfc for vaaHtmm &** +&V m and the . j$Mt; ; «iO *w through he breakers proadLy, with her broad pen- -Tcs da*s Til 8TJJI1R0. A DKMO JBATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL. THB cow STITtrrtOW, AWD THE TTWION —tot indw xnn>m the COltBTlTUTlOW. OLARKSVILLB: SATURDAY, OCT. 20th, I860. Hgr Cash required for Adverttatng wd Job Printing. SubaoripUoa In A4tuo«. $3,00 FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, JOHN t. BRECKINRIDGE, of Kentucky, TOR VIOF-PRESIDEMT. JOSEPH LIKE, of Oregon. Preetdeotlal Electors for the State at Large M. J). OKA HAM. T. N WAUL. ZDectcr for Eastern District, A. T. RAINKY. Elector for Western District, J. A. WHARTON ' ▲GENTS FOR THE STANDARD. MIm County, J, A. Whilllnwj Kaq. Jack Ooonty. T J He (t n, Co C k. Johnaon County, Jinm II. Torbett, Co., Clerk Lamar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 October 1860

£ mt ME njw. baMI. Hin HT m*k-* HB Ifv-l IturSert, aft, P- Mnta~ iWv « 1 - r *11* jl: *• *tr "ir,. t m ,r p.s * m! rapr 4 • tti iM ■X ijdtUt- W: *1^# ,-W :•" >S.lAy KOTICB TO RAILBOAD CONTKAGTORS sealed propo- sals wilt; be received at the Engineer's Cfise lof dM-Metripbi^ El Paso J A Pacific Riailri ad Com- $i> nv, 'a the city of Par- 1 is Lamar County, Stat- ff T*' * uhtil oifttW 2(111, 7 o'c'o k, for theoonr>pletio-i of the Jefferson Division of said roikd, exten'Mrg 'rom tlie city • f Jetferson to Moore's Larding on the Snlphnr Fork of R d River * distance of about forty-fiv© mile*. Ptorosata wil received for not lw than five miles of wrk. but BkT be made for graduations, s'uietrrei end r«prr jtactures. separately, including rollirg stock, depots,' crater stations. &o. Patmbstj to be made from One Hundred and Fif- ty Tbotis*a<t Dollars of notes unon stockholders. ^ , with live per cent, cash paid thejreon. Seid notes being due as follow*. *: ; twelve and one-h*&g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 October 1860

i«SSSSS£BS8SES§iSffi ,i- "1 t fi >tt ilfi |: ff' i'f'f ffcfl HI* |:j; rlfiL i i At I! :!!' r |1jl iiH- •l'! r; !♦ I f ' ■ II I . P m ■■ i p| I t .{ f 5 i ■* f: 3-t" 5 ;. • £mk?j&gr# ffitSSS |iyW|Swlf« ' Julia: #$!&* of Bowie at the- i&J&aton _ ,, , *y ib the BKSVILLE. o«nw to the citizens of .vvi?fa ss jniUof >gr- Office r Wl^g Sloiis^rfDr J ?- Harris, where he may b«fouad at aU hour* during 4he day nMw professionally engaged—*'the residence JohnC. Burks. I&W.. *♦ niaht « « .Services t 'i in the practice of Drug Store. no 7—-lyr. ESt&au «T. «flW MhwH 1st 1 down a JOHN K WKN.A, U. D. tOW It shot at §m:P Sr'1* «w ,, l^SSf ■ "*l^* * 3$ epsperrot a birdfchef faff hollow in these thipgs, i";lh«7 «end *pir - ■eftd up prettily ties ijrith «i 8prf t< ipftgs, at the baok «f which a «n*p e rontri- vs^ea tp wake thom collapse when the hntier fl/Mat hes the kite, and as soon an the? c«d- teT>s down comes the butterfly, sliding afcnp tbe string, reatly to be a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 October 1860

Ipfifis \ x ; I .4 jPf v-.'y^ • f?r> -"-'. ^r^a^rw-' ra**wH| ,-..■£ V,. mm "<i itPlllI mu ■POT pf,*j>rr"irvj!V ••Tv~" * ' > ♦• 'i p*K,i> t':V$tBK $•:, 5 ii '• &*? ' Js" Wr^Tr i-4-J: ll~< - 4 , > >r 2>ii^ *V*i &*i ^ 013 i iii'.T* *£-<i-i. iii'HT 'I'T'1 CBABLSS De MORSE, i'lr. '/. 'Mtl "«* BBAVB MB BRBBZB-THB BTklTDAaD OP THB rKBtet LOHS BHALL OfR Wr;!*V «i *> iW £^?I i;]L^ RED Ri VER CO U NTY, TEXA S, S A T O R D A Y, OCTOBER 27, >n^i£ <..1U ii a«HH LETTER EXECUTION8 IN 8¥B1A Prom (he Wa.tli. RED'RIVER, THE BARBECUE AT THE .8A N PEDRO «• i; . -JP&TNGfc I the deatii qr general walker. Seven! lahe jteporte bating bfcen published respecting the cireunwtandfe of Gen Walker's at TroktHo. we have a melancholy i gatisfsotion in being enabled, from the statr- ( ^eot of an eye witness, th give on authentic i and reliable narrative, of the transaction, i 5[r. William 8. Blum, an intelligent youn>$ I man, a native of Philadelphia, who has be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 October 1860

} ~s- iii.il" j j 11' 11 ]i! i.! £.4 I | Iff Jit:: • ifu3 i fe T- f 4 l; ' till 1 'II II ifj If i IN: i I :"v': H: If :i W I I sill iiehp 'i| P -:. beeafive* t* Pied* eaoMaader to avoid k ooofliet with Freaeh troopfe, ia the States af the T! I ST J N il. A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL. THE COKSTITTmON, AND THE UNION —THE UNION TTNDBR THE ' CONSTITUTION. OLABKSVILLE: . SATURDAY, OCT. 27th, I860. fgf Caah required for Advertising and Job Printing. Subscription la Advanoa, $3,00 j CapeJtae^Oot. |5.—Tbe stwhlp from LWerpodl, the 0th, hnd Qneemtown on the 7th, paned this poiut'yesteiday, btMnd for Htfiftz and Button. ' Liverpol Oct 0:—The brdkert' nreu'wr re- port* the sales for (he week ending Frida , Oct 5th —in the Liverpool cotton market, at 111,000 fedta. of lirhieh abort 42,000 were ta- ken by spectators and expoftfcm. The mar- ket closed buojaot, at an adriMje on all quali- ties. ■ ■' ■ • i' i i: ▲ report was current that Chiribaldi in his martffi towards Bome. had obtained a com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 October 1860

*' -K i.j& ... ji i,,- i * :'i .' f * . •: ■> iffosSw)!. 'r -VS .. ^, . "J. V; -v-i- -tiS* i rnmSSCR*m te Bow nodvUg ind JgiSr.,*M*Ptoi®l _ZT *£oWham, fa*o«i* cmnrrr, - and foil iw>>7 of-Fall and Winter of |i] J ifl|>flnni Iwhich he offers to f".—and the peb-Jo generallv- Among SSoekwHlbefcrna P *? UUffTATION GOODS Ri«TT S« IP® thuvy* i«uw *pd K«r*«y . . ji. jo ll K * d Hnnnii, J* do T*U1 stripe* Plaid", ,„ do whltvun l .-olorrfl Blankets, jL do t<tlM aud p aid ,l/v«r«!U DRY GOODS. ]i** piwo* 'V ;<-<*«. awortml. WW am do 100 11« lift) <lo 60 do 50 'to 1WI do 100 lo 5ll do Medi-lnxl IVun.-sti'T. pbiio and pt.-iid I .Inters, tinl.i an>l Ml.'bl n<l l' iil', Mn« ti<* Lain**** now styles, Fr-wh and Kn|:li"h Marino. Was-k and fenci AI paras, n<aort^1 FtanW-ln. Sstinei* to ) Dt ivikins, Mark and tin<- ''r^inmw, ti, .sorlta>in^ of Kain-v Runnels. waist n't I trim i.AwX* «'< >ilk- *'u,k <;Io*r" !,nd Ou^n-Iett.. hm-> ivjx. f'a,.s net r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 October 1860

'im J li I If W W-' !•;■'? f m i Si t f ill m M ! i " pi- , I' ' • if ik y / i r ■; 1 Jr..i 1 ' • ?. It L ? f!j ii I i] 111 S'ljf RD; 1 fit' ; I; ;| m rr •' ii; I S3BPeKPaHH|^ SpfPIL - -i •&&. t > ■ &S3& '< <?&&> £«?& • 2 - 5&S&.-, , s' ;-*-sr<-,. •.-.••■ -!rj;-;■.. 1 - ■ . s' - "v : PB^agsa ■a ev.>* -:■'. . V •,- mm SPSH :SMWtW^ zi&Z&z ,; m. in cjti^ l^KlWlXTiE. otferi a) services to tbe. citkens ol renm.f y. Kfcaty&usa t fifty awy-s* * dietown areh.l Ft. ti No ttSUH jr. ,t whether Bwm, KM|., «t 35s ;■ .s >f* **(<■. pla. tssni fill aninterjprti^jt: we diminish -one of lllS * *Wt away. As this would be destruction of all th«. ike earth, it i* rather son'a heat and bjl tha dark spots at thi s r 4eu&—r.j^cieuti/u- American. y *****'l^AYS-iubSI VES jd0tT3$¥. . fTSrtnPiS" m> hv 'fhbmas Lynch [and ponied be- „ isfeiB^-lfr m'<«fey * J^diee o( ti e Peace in and ' fort said County, oujth* Mth day n) jOf^'fsfer...

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

R§r" mi !••)• :'*m 'PflN PR •? '-i'" i •: •* ¥ fi\ -i- * t- •- ■ .V >' *-v-;H fv ^ ' :I^ y.1 - ir- tffe. £ ii 5) l'i*. 3 On forty ,i t hjwW- a* at ill witir ■ oent- P8ESIDE1 12 fi 15 Ik 2 l i 10 IB ii :j "*"W led fifr olftrs a -of a .luucai. b'ks n j tbe to | i it F<U' - JtfSWff'"" fit" $• nitff "nr Gtan L'i - • r-* iSii ■aw • SyM fe: BRBBXE D RIVll COUNTY * ee rery frquu „y | not by the Bu_ _ ! deeideel that slav^e uir tij Mn*r, Tli ho hive .T jf, r4u</'-1 I r h f,:.s abun- «;niL* throughout tbe land. ■ % ,i m tmuf-ietpres have been .tit *rsv an:.! industry, r d have ,i-{ staple returnal Irs short. r o fion ^or ;ni imme - ••!>/ of time, ht*sj ever presented j ' ',0 frngittve sri .iVt material' nru^nriiy ik .i 'intoeff ot. in p :•' t'O. i vcrv *?,->*,t period. i ecrtnmcncnment ojt •• "-<* .rr.-ynjnw extensive- • ^4*, it t to exclude i^-aod certainly has solemnly and " MUiur propetriy. iiteir k«j -u«n* nave «t ngb* to f pauaBg fche otrf t;tsve them i «to:tbe phmroon...

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

V/- V- fci ...Jg&m® •-"I" Vd# *?&*- !•-" ,. •■ *?*, " ' - U--- ' mmmmm . «*;'• ■tfc** ha* I,, ^ t- GoOi«% Tsxii finher, 11th, llii ®M«>**—Dear S'ir-U |hed"us that the Indians h*Ve jpierulcs* scalping ktsfo£0tW sn the de$ celiMH frontier. DeGraffenteid a: wK$bfeg *en pwwtjv' *rriF#'=lla(aMfe^y, -.M .■%:'■ "IT* A STATE CONVENTION Citizen* kS *hSsgmf*tjpt in the BBk of T3nghtn|l^ 000 during th^wevk- jw%:. '''' BO"rit of bullion Increased £14. iprlish funds are ':'-s W •lightly improtitg, owing to the arrangement* made between the hanks of Englardand France. Consols closed to-<l&y at 93: 1-2 (a) 93 3-4. The stringency of the jVIoney mat ki t is stead- ily subsiding. Auitritjan stock fell at linden on the 23d. A ;. Havre Cotton Market. It-ifiwie.- Nov. 2-0-—The 8f"w Cotton ;n i thfe past week reached 40UO bales. Pri- >are21. to 31. ilower^ Sud the market closed ilL - declining tendency ;•! j § , Nov. 23.—Tbje paria-Boiwseis steady, reexer cent, rectos closed, at.Tfif...

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

>.y^ ,; "W. wmf.. LINCOLN ELECTED 1 fR THE UNION DISSOLVED!! AND the undersigned has just jrwtite^ a fine supply of heavy EwltWint#r Good*, such ss of pointed ft of Alfred to notify alifiefem* ERSEYS CALICOES'. which, added to my former assortment, „ Than any other House In ,nd I want you all to c^nte and Imv them quick, 0r 1 will he compelled to sell them alter Chrint- ! mas on next yeirV credit I will sell u>u for ' CASH, and to punctual dealers. wit--. ran and will pjjv in January next, I wjuld sell on the time. I'leaae g ve me a call, before baying elsewhere, | am very anxious to &eil And it any of you are owing me monsv. thit is due, it is time that you were ;>aying me, as I am compelled to have money, and that quiek. Kefped'oHy, J.U-fDARXALL. NOT. 23*1, IHfA ;!■ ; K O 45-^tf. '' sf WOETH EXAMINING! OUR new Stock of Ooodp, just •omplete by late arrivals, is a liull 8,-sorinicnt. coinpri^nga fOe era! Stock of Merchandise. and a lull supplv of' all r.vpiisite WINTER ...

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

",%Hf- •*,?V•*<*,i/v. „/"• <**jS3y#J •$;j? '.V b j&U-v*'l -.-, * ( •' 855 n ,- • I' "V-ril-.;: ■ L: •'■>'?-•' :V £^>;. f ' * :••! •' kiy • '■ -•>' ^r'* '•£ f;':v -"r- >: ,,'-rv"; CN k. .;• ". • :j ;;■• '- ' '•■ ^jj:-r'' $' - jees &%'$rt®g^F"i« .'gs * - .- S?V ?gf -.'^ *(. • jfci>!st ' -' '■ .';* :, '. i ' !* gjMtsfts^'V.*4=5 '• "f* J&K 'Asgr."i?HK? *«• fc>- a**r.: W* 3 R >•; • <tyMtg&Em tJTAS. T- KING, V J,)n CL A HKSy ILLE. it services. u> the i/Mlena aiding country, . £ Bates' Drug Store. ~ Itt, no hft ' 'F'lS. r:! iiifrNTff tto at) advance to purtluw wei^ tfcd munitions of war for our defence. You; may pftt me down also tor tbe same amount : Cbas. Clark. Maryland El; thr State tor Breo ,(Wer Douglas, }reeoe, having accupa ideof mums. UTAtB riftfTtm f on the : J. Canoi h ., ,_ " M TEXAS dayrw November oi A. BARRY, i to town,' and i<> >n to the p$ nee. tract apernfa f>os jthe|i&meol W. Y. Lac?. N.* B. Comer of said Pf...

Publication Title: Standard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 January 1861

CL ARlSVILI/E, RED|RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 19,1861. the the union ! us SiiNAT*, PECSMBK« llTH. apeec'-i oS Wlgfall, I dets against the pon slaveholders. We will ing State Governments, destroying the Union, have peace; and if yon do not offer it to us, and becoming a single consolidated people.— we will quietly, and a? we hive the right an- | Why f Because, under those circumstances, tier the constitution,*tl compact to do, withdraw j the interests, the predjudiees, and the passionsr from the Union and establish a governmes||4br f of all sections being the same, the ballot-box ourselves; and if you then persist in .yo,t?rJijjj- ! Would have giveil ample security to domestic gresuons. w« wiM leave it to tlx;_ ratio1 peace and tranquility and prosperity Laws !• jaiHg e^atr* 0 f-,1. the other side, and the Senator I do not know i hat .-afipot, in cannot be save-.I. We cannot do it. The people of the South—I ^ 0j- the peonle of the different slav-hold- • * S3 to-s. ami esp...

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