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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 December 1865

GROCERIES, HARDWARE, PLANTATION SUPPLIES. Y7!ka|aaml Daalara (■ Grseeries, Hardware k Plantation ' applies. l Wo. 6 L«T«e Bbrttaport, La. Would respectfully call tbe attentioa of mer- chants, and planters in Eastern, and Northern Texas,to their Urge k well selected stock,whioh Jm been purchased ior cash, in the Northern an 1 Southern Market, and will be sold for email profile on invoice prices. Cotton. Wool. ax.1 Hid s taksn in exchange for goods, or Rin in mom ink, II!'1 H B fl : 11 BY CI43. DO "T9RSK. A* th* old Poit Office corner, Worth of Mrs. : Doaoho's Hotel. ^.CUTLERY, Large packet. in; ■• . Congrwa knres. Lades oa« a«d{vr b.iie ' Vcir*$. K Ives and forks —seTcral qualities. Sheara, l&rge ecisao's, snft'i acieeors. Drawing kniwea; Broad hatchets. Chi seia. Augurs. Axes. rboc3akt:a ka res. CHARLES DE MORSE, mm MRnsHOT. WRW, M8RM, & CO. ! gentleuen's clothing i Groceries, (JROCEiilE'S. 006 sacks Iiverpeel aalt. Ao hhda. •• oiea Suga'. 60 able. c*u ha<l '• 40 •• powde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 December 1865

\ _ >• % mieptagcagggMgw"! • f't.'s iHb JC*"* Yofc iik.U BiaSCUER ON HECOXSTTJG <x - 7*rTK>>: - - ' jigiji■ B!i i i mm jfil 'I 'i|IJ.,"M.'Ll I ,.!L- JLjL.l \ • Re*. llemy Vised Ufecher gave an yV.orate exposition o#1tis oft the- Vf cnt pel* lira! actuation;, at h*s church our whole uo\'m>:> til Wi^ll-,JI'IIJ-Xr- t, IV"! From tkeliullHin. 711L :TA 11V I NTETJTENTIOy. ja^jfTru. r "fi'nt H -; jftTilBf. i.i'.D before a court; atid In the ere of tb« Mnd to all tbepeopfe of all the country.—/; !a*sr, and have as ready Jeeccss to the court, .liatva can make men—you may call the up-\ as any other man. I hold, also, that he ! s|ro all the pretty names in U e crorld, Vut; shoaM hf.ve had the suffrage, because i: j.ljn'less they are intelligent, induuttn<uis,«id A Yr *vl Ft&tcs Treasury ; a natural vif.Lt. ba$*r right to make 'iievoted tithe laws of labor, as arty tbej „ iv i -ul* %he l*4rs which govern him, and to deter-; People, of tins part of the country,/thev! h;s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 March 1868

o o o 3 -1- # *MD O . I • i^ifflPTi * M c OH AB L'" DeKOBSBi MRU MlTiT. On BAimBB ' ■TAITDAHr) or TDL.27. (LilKLVIL'L D IIT COUNTY, IIS. Ill 1869 A SI RANGE AFFAIR. A GIRL IN A TRANCE. JFrom the Milwaukee WUcomin. A number of oar city physicians went oat M Burlington yesterday to investigate the case of a child, whjbh for twenty days hu bees in * trance. The ease i pro- Me that (From the Providence Journal. Dr. Desmartis, of Bordeaux, France,has introduced into hie praotioe an extiwbrdi- nary medical remedy for the oure ofeer- tain diseases, which ia attracting much at- tention from those who have heard of It for the firet time. It ia a well established fact in medicine that one disease may be oared or presented by inoculation with of'another. It the rirus of u In the report of « ected. Dr. Desmar there lslitile wonder thing of a sensation. the affitir, published in the Wisconsin of yeste«#ty, we had not sufficient details to explain the case thoroughly, bat are ena- bled todoso to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 March 1868

CHARLES DE MORSE, EDITOR, * PROPH1KTOB "V ILLS MARCH. 6th !««! > ly to llr. Sumner, and the ettre- , • me . Almost of necessity he had te sclent * jdj fromNew ? glan.l/*hd could ; oar tabla, The second number of 'Onward" Cspt. Moyne Reid's ue<t Magazine, is decidedly intorest'ng. and bcsiSes flint practically sensible In is suggestion cdiforiul. Carle- ton, publisher, New York. Hearth & Humb, dill preserves id ' AdmlulaU'-tion, Urljr under or within tho lie military President will in- by his selection of his Cabinet, somewhat of his political tendencies. In two or tire# days we shall know who earn- pose' this Cabinet. So far, we learn that he had at date of last dispatches notified Senator Wilson of Massachusetts, that ha would be a Cabinet adviser. Tbis.#*«| the go by to Mr. Sumner, and the mists. aomebody _ not well slight Miscapliusetts; and bo lected tbfi "W|pwb« ban prtaebed moderation tothe So disfranchisement, and gradual abandou ment of ail disfranchisement. We dou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 March 1868

f j. -4 .v> : <t ' Bow to rn Horsb Collabb.-—The col- lar should be purchased of the proper aise; jut before patting H on for the fret time, mmere* lt|kB water, letting it reuaitiaboaf a minute, and imrociiately pw it on a boree, being oarefbl to have the hemes so adjusted at tbe top and bottom as to fit the shoulder; and then put the horse to work. The oollar, f by being wet, will adaptiteelf to the shoulder, ai\d should dry on the horse. When taken off it ehonld be left the same shape it occupied on the horse, and ever after yon will have a snug fitting collar, and no wounds. ^-•AVEYOITR MONEY AND YOUR. TEETH! Iteoata you On* Dollar to haves tooth pulled, besidss twoor three dollars more tor low ol urn* and health—and the suffsring can 11 >1 be estima- ted in n<>nty. Look iuto your uiouth—djn't wait until the decay reaches tue nerve—lor then It is too lata. It only ooeis OS B DOLLAR to h filled—whioh is oiieaper >han to have your tooth let them aloae. MoW-bU, T. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 March 1868

I THE MOil ALU V (Jf MANNKKH. Along these ridges t'uo gems are found. TIi« detached crystals are, for the most In the sccount which De Quiney bss given! part, to abraded and waterwoven as to ib bis early days he make* ftaak oooleasiou of his admiration of Rood manners 'In every ecbeire of racial happiness 1 conlJ ever frame, the spiilt of manners entera l largely a* aa in- dispt usable element." Farther on he reitor- i tea that society nejds for its extension and Itaimony 'certain refinement* in the spirit of manners wbj||^Jo many cieoll^nI people hard- ly exist ataltVobjec s of conscious regurd.' bo loaff, fetiMpw. as on- laoguige contains the word geffwman. will manners be prised as ceeen<ial to morality itself. Foi it is immoral tohc rode, coarse, oburlish and hirsute, when the s, irit cfparity snd rectitude inculcate* the duty oi b< ing mntlc, courteous and forbearing, in honor profe:ring one another. Tbcy who by their holy office are examples to the church of arhich thoy ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 March 1868

t "A- • ' V, V OfiABLEfl D.M9H8E, M ' 111.26. CL1RKSVILLB, RED Srt'- ' *. -■ PLEA8ANT , "GEORGE FRANCIS." CUST0M8 OP OUR NEW CITIZENS. LOOK OUT FOR THE TRAIN WHEN ^ —5 | THE WHISTLE BLOWS. A correspondent who accompanied the >n to take formal possession of gives the following glimpse I ' northwestern coast. .Notwithstanding the, proud boast Viand that slavery cannot exist! on hp* , we found that it u still maintained " liana at Fort Rupert, and in tnm tbe H. T. World of th« 7th Juxaarj. * ls'« • What next, gentlemen I (lk Tell lis about the currency. Konne What stool feet among all the tribes that live among ,i;8e> cotton, rice, the channels from there to Alaska. The ^ent to move rea] iCCO, system was first introduced - ^ u in.wnr to slaw. , • * slaves, and in „ „r Aildren of their reduced to that condition'.—^ 1 lords ft over his alave, com- jrmatice of the aevereat , and sacrificing the life of his i slightest whim. Slioh is the contcmptfor the slave among the Indiana that i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 March 1868

Pit*- ■SlMfi mem v*rr #►• \ "|i* f #j^ro«uin: K, and we trait wdi ijj.tnl |^!!^S^^9Maiir.-Vm the pcriitlent efh*t rfibwid w^° ~'"*vc i ihen are thed w* of the Unite ! State jt, tfco intpoi Uuce of i nt e prSlwtlon of d ny tin; Ffetblent the power t-rn-^ Bit arliele mh\eu wo have been miodoliy move that offl-'-r? ' I know of but two* V e , ttin IVmimh ('ait ties. , l-'VW W'bivh B.iO!; t'l! •. .tlOK. Tm pu.cU.l5n,; from lh3 \\ estcrr- C«tie* j fi ^ ^ ^ ( ^ ^ ^ u lh#It,. ,r .v„,. when we have tho same kind ol land 101 fffa. creattti* tbe Ueparti'oMll W War, rmso Itnpon. ami tlie name ehuiato. which, after providing for n f*i*ei t arv «h January; anCvlif !* t itrtu *5«w ( .▼ •J^Usuec. fn «<'• £$. niscd W1 ♦ < IIAHLES P K l> f T O'W . *• I I CXiA,B, h a T int n v y. Mt m I *11 l H XOTH'BT" tIKTOR I L, IBCSJ ■ ii—■in in i—« for-i, ! bjr oaap|dios .to a 1 t.y reuiur—4j)mlclf, J S Bluck;-W M £vitw. «ifl T A 'tsijft are etompted frd.it al. ' " « f<ol*qp? to represent the|Pie*iden...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 March 1868

' • •* i5 '• P9™ jpsiwp 10,000 100 J"™'3""' rousiwoF b^con*. aod PF.\o. f. r mj,«t Rowland on irteii-^r. bf jof*xity \ rly. March £0, lsop. •«>l7_ r\ fl^ray^ffugl J, w RECEI sims, jb com ' at State OI- l'w* 1 Count* of Red Klwr. f xuo. mKWAwmo x and . ife^jion I XToticei* bfrrbj g.ve-i. 1> look w*- and i-.«ted tip# of tb ivtwe, m a lid lor ivrpo'net Sit" 9 of ,hi tint , - etoreP T F'Wv.i Map If Conn'i. on '4tb ct I ' T. tli* "I1' - in r frlmv*, «.<'.• t'Aa . 'r n Oriv II ij> !o,rfee*' end Lull hard.* MfVi n- rvf n \iv.tr old, bfartl IK witb T-Jl in n edialo' '' U.iler on - mm* "«• «*•*% ' VV| piMi * Jt * 'II II THWUT •«.! >ri I'll I' (be l«.ft ebouiiter. Abto a Pav I' rSr fnor i awa i „ eld tio5h • ,.rii glJlhirtr*u 1 u- dt no brutd.-t. The bowc apiiraift-.l ujiT-*> dollar* -currency, and the Fillev at Thirty tl.jti.tm eiir* vii* *. A c«py or drteripi'(vt |V,>m Ui • original paper) on file tr. the Couoiy Clerk's of ec. Uiven ueder !•>■ l-.n I. nnd the -V*' of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 March 1868

iAk„ K*' A I 1 I I I ! i permit. Noith America, i night bo nude aid < Remarking upon the effect* of ateaoi communication 'with China, aa directing ihe coarse of trade, the Alta California •• The exports of bullion are now coming ^®he new channels. The connection with China bjr mcaui has give a new impe ,0 «J ® exchange operations. Nearly Mtioa el' time. The only if11fi J « *«7' that mar- 7 I where it is converted into sterling bills, which form credit to London. THE OPIUM KATElt. • V "fiam-sstw will have ta take opium alibis life. Further ftruggle is eoioide.— l>atb will probably oeear at any rate, not sa attack of vbst we usually consider di*r*a, bat f out the diaintegiatlog effects on tbo tissues, of the habit iualf. So, whatever be me^do, bis organs march (o death. Ha wlJl brv^o coaHnqa the habit which kills him, only iihsl^lieudoaiMg it kills him soorer ; f„r self girder has dropped out of the purview of huHOtai favuIUea aud beeomo • •man animal way Ictt to presethis IbUUi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 April 1868

i '.2p' m m MM >■ * " 1 I L .>;• r OKltLIB V 0 BSE, X.OHS UUU IT ■WW*'*! 10 L. 2 6. CL1RE8¥ILLB, RBB KIVIR 1 II -....1'iaaiiii * jmem TRATION IN TEX AS Hd'o'bi 6th MiL Dist., New Orleans. La. March 18,1868 [Special Orders No. 27,] <£iixt&act>3 • 1. The following appeals from decis* ions made by Boarde of registrars of the last revised registry in the State of Texas, having been forwarded to these headquar- ters. are h<ufeby8ecided and announced as ffltowr 3? ■■■ . I. «f. M. J^cey,Walker county,reject- ed by the board. Cldims right to be reg- istered because of a pardon. Section 1 of THIS. APRIL 18, H|H * V ^ % saM^ja 0 h; u* r V- ■ ; J *4 n This case is the same in principle as (hat of Jas A, Baker, previously cited. The applicant is entitled to be registered under the acts of Congress. 16. James A JoidJNf a A John M Briggs Rusk county. were^Mtteff Registration on the allegation that they were disloyal.— They never held an office of-any kind. Were once registered,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 April 1868

tfBi & m gRt !«S'i «w, so atu in bmh WHUbcr as to el.u* my «f tbe Texas railroads rutinii g ftvin the UuU <kJ4it cf that aui sorb ward. to tap it* ma!® "nitk lino in salivate. , ^ Sec, 9. Ami be it further enact**!. That the said Memphis, El Pa«o and Pacific Railrond CvuipKtiv be, and it hereby au- t Wised andfUtpuwered to consolidate ltd tmtik line wid, any railroad from wtrfaco to Sun Diego, and from tnas | or other puiut cn the of California to M'Uio point or iufer- s^nifon of its main trunk line in the terri- tory of Arizona or elsewhere, ami from El Palo to St iX !'«*, hii i frttn Neosho, in the ■r ,/ivl m* s«e Memorial of Memphis, und i ass*s are Feulsns of JJew t'brk, . . El Paso Co., and the proposed Transit*- i Drmoorats cacried Keokuk, luwn, wtich dral being denskly c«*>wdi OHARLB5 DE MORSE, CO I Ton, 4 PRO PRI ETOB, fc 7 .. . * • mvhi *iiuai(ut ill I State of iii&itoa^. or any other points in Ihe States of Missouri and Kansas, to some .t of intersection'wuh ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 April 1868

% # • M COURT, OF TB For the Wei •* fnfcinVru la the m'tter of W. II. A BUPTB i VlWm District oMTcxai. m i Tbfti. to give notices That on til- I3tb day of Apeil A. D. 1*1*. a w.rrant in Bankrupt* wss inwianiM the eetau«at W H.AM. A. Hi oka «f Al ^ *ed Klvar and rtute nf Tux*, who have been adjudged Bankruptsn their o«n ft"- \m*mrafe-s? Stfi?-! r, andthe trm .C.-unsfB,WBwaK itrict bf frexat. n . Hoolu, BANK-i ropts triiw&'jot anv ucptn) 1} them n ttrbidd*n by Law. That a meet'ng of eteditors ol «aid ban^rupta © pr te tksir delta, and to ehooee onr or mom a 4itn«as o their Pstaie, will bo h-ty at aCuurt -it }"Wjk- rape*, to he bolden si the Court H«vs ii Clarks- tile tied Biver County Teaae, Ufore r o -iriaaa Beetee, Ke#lstsr. un the Vth day ol *la> A. i>. v H. O.Gooob, Deputy as Heeetngtr N £U4*. . ..' . f ; ... ■ - IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP TAB UNITED STATER For the Western District qf Texat. Is Bankrupt y. Jntbs natter of Jobs N- Hughse, BANK- I jktp?j ■ • f Western Distri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 April 1868

wrj SiMIS "d: s ■r ewaw*y"!"'. '.i j . ■!■■■ MEAT PRBSEHVING EXTRAORDINARY. recti * I s i yt' r IL... BPSfai r - 1 :laP <v # TUB qamget pitocbfs v .Tobn OtmgM, President of the Albert Veterinary Collrgc.London, arrived in New York tome few weeks ago, for the purpose of introducing in thie country bis celebra- ted process of preserving meats, a method which promises to create a revolution in bcefvpaoking. The . process has already lieen patented in America as well as in Europe. It is alleged that beef killed in London in March last jear—according to the Gsmeee process—was sent to New York in June, and ae late as July was shown to a prominent butcher in Fulton Market, who did not discover that it was other than ordinary beef, and expressed the on nion that it had probably been killfa about two day*. Mutton killed in London last July, and sent to New York anon after, is now perfectly fresh, and one piece of beef kept for ten days in a can surrounded by water at a temperature of HO t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 May 1868

yb. mj i BL1IIS V ILLB, "ssi (Mar Hut treas of Tanas Tfcs taireat flower* spring ; Under ti. tre«« of T«*a Tko brightest birdliaga sing ; Bot fclror than all Ike flower. That Wee o« the pfarieawMo, Ot tOmk by the hum tmniaa Thatwindby thegreea bill-aide, And brighter than all the blrdlinge That nestle la tenet treee, Or glsaoee'ar the brilliant prairies- Ave tbe Sewers I ptanteS tkwe fmUr Ike Uttt* of Texas, Qomi hoard from Sanle Ft—Somttkixg about tke Country, itt people and tJteir pecuHariHet—The Rio Grand* del Norte and itt Valley. SAM MAAOIUii N. M. 1 February 18,1868. J \fre left Sante Fe the morning of the 10th, by Means. Shaw and Cook's stage line, which runs to El Paso, with a branch from La He- Under tke t Birdie* I buried there. Undertke treee of Texaa, fiaateh'd ftom my twining arms ; Under the treee of Texas, Moulder their silent okarms. , my glorious eagle-boy 1 With a# *jr |ike,a burning star-, W(lk brows, Uke the bowe ef promise, Tkat eweep the heaven# afkr, Plann'd o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 May 1868

V t U iJk *•> SUMMARY or NEWS. ff""" BURMA SXFELUKi KK0M KASUAHAK. Official dispatches have been received (root the ludiuu Gov eminent, which vtatc that Yakahoo Kltau has obtained an im- portant victory orttr the Russians. aud ex palled thein from Kandahar., MttATE o* 1-yu hush cuiuok KlIUW- MjtXT, CHARLES DE MO EDITOR, k PROPRIETOR Ol -A. £ 8v"iLii", SATURDAY, MAY IOth, 1008 KOTICM TO ALL COXCMNBD. There ia • great number of per bom in *11 the Coualioa of Northern Texan, inilebteJ to the Stan- dard, for lubaerlption, ete., before the War. The aeeeieitjr for paying our vn in'Wbtedueait, eonpeU collection by ui. Those vhe are diapoeed to avoid coete of enit can do o, by paying up tbair accounts in Currency. Thoee who do not, will huta to fettle With legal oUlcere. Settlements In Laaar County with Ifuat •' " Hopkins " " Kannio " /• Ontlte " #• Dallas, Klii 1k Parker, Cooke, Wine & Denton Grayeon Urayeon lied River, K. Fetor eon laq. Bimonds k WeiTer, W. M Hwlng Saq., W. A. Evta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 May 1868

o HS9P-"s9««hse-h--*rt :> p i s d w Id this County, oo Friday tfcs lUty-MTWW jr«tt pf k 1 B *U modMklwvv/th. passing to tks spirit had of «W of «mr [oldsat oittams, wiU cell up Is tu anuitf <111 or then, now deaitMO of othsr coaatuo is Northern Texas, bot om sitmens of old Red River, «%efi it own prised the territory from Omddo WT o# LwU) tin daj* Potter, and Tarrant, and _ . J. Young, and Jim Bour- >«iWe prominent on the stage of action,on Mil Bed River frontier. Many of theee old ^ ||m wnd Clarkevills, or in the now known m Bowie and Titos Coun- e seattend on the upper Bed Bbcr, or re COTTON FACTORS. Ho SB Union stmt, nw ORLEANS J. A. Nobswobtht. Agent, , Jefferson, Texas. Ko. #—tf. J, W. SIMS, JR. IIOim> . FORWARDING^ COMMISSION MERCHANT, fWTOI FACTOR, and dealer In Staple tad Faicy Groceries FmUoaa Iron, Valla, Plantation ffrr"-T Etc., Btc., OV TBI L2TVXI, J2FFEB80N, TVXAB a Liberal advanoee„ made on consignment ton for sale here, or for ehipment to onr friends in Me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 May 1868

a 'V / / [i i T I. ') i ■■ W' F I r 11 I H J i I I A i , • a.. # •. 11. ,• • Jfc '•••1 IB V CLASPl FI ('ATiUX OF IUl>ES. The following classification of hi«len lias heen prepared by some uf the lament deal are in the conn try. and will be found, uo 4nul>t. nccepttMu to the trade in tiic e-«i ; All tliC noles /of hides are made by the fallnwinfr da.-t>ific:tiimi: A> a larjje pro portion. «f lite hidoa' arc ^rrrcn railed, die price «hev mov bringr is. ns a rvlo, made (hi? standard for the price of all other lauds. Green hides are those that are sent in just an llicf name from the auimul, never having Iteen nailed. Part cured are hidr* that Imvc be en sal ted, but not long enough to lib thoroughly cored. Green salted are tho«« that have Ixson salted and are thoroughly cured. To cure • hide thoroughly will require from twelve to twenty days. according to the thickneM of t'to hide and temperature 'of the weather. The low of weight from the jrret-n state i* fionj twelve to twe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 May 1868

THE 0EABL18 DeKORSE, r e l. 2 e. LOmtk MM All. OXTH ] STANDARD OP THB FHJBS EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR mimnnu, RED UTII COUNTY, TEXAS, III 23, 1868. 26. LATKST NEWS. CONGRESS Washington, May 1.—Evarts closed at 2 p. tt. a recees Stanbeiry comment ced, aaybg that although leeble in health an irresistable impulae nrged Mm on; un. aean but friendly hands sustained him, and voices inaudible toothers he heard whisper ing ol hope and confidence, and saying, or eining io say ; Feeble champion of the gbt, Soli not back; remember the race ering communication from Canby, detail- ing evil effect of compelling ficers in North and South Ci FINDING A SKELETON. ing_.nl effect of compelling tbe'State of. arolina to take , From the Monroe Intelligenoor. test oath. Many good men noting with the Union party can't take it. Other good men who could, decline taking it, feeling unworthy motives would be attrib- uted to them. Grant expresses no opin- ion, merely transmits Canby's letter and protest of the peopl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 May 1868

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