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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 May 1868

. LOUISIANA 1TEMM. Tv.W8,\P.—The Gazette parr.: i>fplte the (Mit'col movement and evil mnchiiia* tioi«r t'oing on throughout the parish of lute tiling* in central wear a somewhat {ih>u,*unt u?;>ect. Ou>- jteoi'Ic are at work— •anl work,even to lihuUlins! the plow from HinrieO to snnfet, and toil hid" bf B'fle the I'Cjtvo. At lirnt the darkey did not Hko to rtv tliis. Ho hitbrrlo believed that tlib ■white man eould not stand field labor, and vas. moreover, iealoiiw of his stippopod *u- jierioiity in this respect and tiia" we were dependent upon him lor tanning purposes: but during the past week we nave seen men of refinement—gentlemen, both by birth; education and principle—steadily following the plow, performing more than a negro'# average nay's work, and who oflirm they were 1 ever hotter in their lives. On their places—and there are several of them, and large ones too—the negro is working better then umiiiI learning steady ju wvernnco and industry from his cn « pleyei;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 May 1868

w' I Wk V JK&Bl/ f - f l m Ifi. f * ?>,.' ;■ l\ ■au.if'ji iieM ¥ | 'iXi"'■ >' imj, Jews, who perpetrated tketr outrages al- most with impunity for lone tun, will hereafter be rigorously punished. London, May 11-—Considerable excite- ment occasioned to tl^jr on receipt of trie- grama fro* Aahtoc, annooncing the break tog oat of* serious anti-Pope)-/ Mot in fbat okj. Mob paraded the streets, sack tog houses Mti outraging people. Several persons shot. At lsst acconpie the riot had been suppressed and tba city quiet. M. lflsjr li—The Emperor sod Km- {MtHS Wetv at Orleana Saturday, from Vhmh eity they return to day. Upon .their arrival there they were received by the Mayor on behalf of the people in sn ad- dress of weloome. The Emperor replied briefly. After expressing thunkn, he said fa« Wfts happy to be in the city made sa- Cred by glorious religious and political memories, and devoted to active industry. He was aure that such labors were safe in the general assurance of peac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 July 1868

=> f * *.1 w LOWO BHAU. OUR BAWITUH BRA iff? % ~* OH ABLER D«rOBB E, a±=c£&' T0L.21 C L1R KS V ILLE, BED HI VBl t 01Nf f, IEUS. M 8 6 8. or PPOCEEDINGS THE CONY EN TI0 #-«;• R istSP >UBLICAN PARTY DIVIDED! LAND IN PARIS. ' The comparative value of ground in dif- ferent localities is always a subject of H>< tereat. In a general way "feet front" <m Oxford stieet or the Strand in London, of McLennan, chairman of.cpm* 4n tia Republican. ' on Federal relations, reported upon' Ol Saturday evening last, Mr, Taylor the proposition submitted relative to pasV atn* Jfr. Caasidy, w^th the aid of a Brass . „ ordinances, laws, etc., and recommended Bind,'Jammed up a collection of freed- will sell for twice as much aa in Broadway the passage of the first and second propo* men, insisting in a great measure of wo* I or on the Boulevard. The most valuable sitions, after'striking out the words local meo aulohildren, and marched them to I public lot in Paris has jnst boon oonfisca- a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 July 1868

■pr^ipi December huifc, 1 vemment mho Iri Madrid. June2:S—The American med- ilaiion between Spain. Peru and Chili, in regarded in officiul circles oh a practical termination of tbe war. London. June 22—A mutiny ou board the American ship Severn, was suppress- ed by the police and a boat's crew from the American steamer Ticondcroga, after a desperata light. - " i.sale* 7,000 W-'„ ED [TOR SS DE MOUSE, V a O P R I K T 0 R. CLARK S"V X Xj X^EJ SATURDAY, JULY 4ih, 18 08 Liverpool. June 19 -Cottpn ^ales ; uplands II 1 4d.; Orleans 11 l-2d, London June 25 M ' cd to jail for debt. . of f London June 25—Train again commit- rCountl*of N'..rUu>m T«*a , indebted B> i. .. . . ilurd, for wibser'Mion,-ele.,-before the XOTICK TO ILL mCKBNKD. There in a great imn' « of person* .in all ifce " iho Hun- War. The ... ^ . m , Mownlty for 1«rin? eur own ii.iU hl<>li -N<, compel* " aslungton. June 24—^ennte— Funincr j collection by us. jho< who urt disposed to **ol<l reported the House...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 July 1868

mi 3 Largo and Dangerous Fi h .MM In 1861, u we wmrnodl froc 4rip jgJ^W Northward, and had to move very slowly STirroiiD to Miw |(i%« 1 up Bed Biver, we were toll of tho disap. ( c"^ftboTe notloe tna^9 h.ud lug(tflier pearaaee a few days before, in the low wa.- package or wadding oak), 'apd a brat® of •« '"*> «^w,wn*.H «N. «t 5J^'srs 5St&* isai ■from ft stranded boat, bathing. It was Vg^o a-'d our congratulations. wishing them supposed at tlft time, * ™th.«44^* HMNi ,w- "-J H B i«w •• gator had devoured him. Thta incident ia brought back upon m, by a report which we have just received, of a large Alligator Gar, killed *ear Jonesboro, last.Monday.. A Mr. Graham, passing along the. river bank, discovered a very large fish mOuntf .sigsag up the river, and went for ftJ|Wgii- bor to help get tbfc monster. IjUcU took • glUt and getting back to '/tie river, dis- covered tjtft fiih still cp:«tiauing his irreg- ular movement up 'the river. They die? .charged their g«hs nt him, shootin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 July 1868

#if?w \ I II ./ Plr I • tf * . 4 at the urday tbe 4tit of bod Q. %Boch caljle. ■gh| ■Imp the fol- it bvKada tcatM repnblican- "Tb# difference," says Mr. Whitmore, between one who believes in ab initio sad i *bo does not, iajuat the difference betweeha. loyal man and. a tebel." li the flepnlilioeA party «f Texaa ready lor tbi* kind of dictation and proecrtption T If ao, let ui know it. •' . Tit manufacturing cartridge#. for. the French Cliai-qppot rifled. jorjfe amounts of .are usrd. Mid the demand is at pres- ent to (treat as to have caused a consider- able rise in the priQcjaf Bilk in France. lathe matter of W. F. T. Hart, BANKR whom it may conoern : The und pakis ckmbip. We copy as follows from the . Post; • .-jSMPI The aifitation jji^aiunt the new military law has become «o general that it U thought worthy of a columu to itself Jo nil tlio papers ; and the account of* the outbreaks in the different parts of tho em- |'ire, occasioned Igr the resistance to the Oonsetl de UerUioti,"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 July 1868

torn ■■AM. OtJH BAWITEH BRAVE STANDARD Or THB L T BX AS, JOLT 11, 1866. 01111,19 DaXOBSX V 0 L 2 6. THE CALIFORNIA CLOVER. Er"— 0 Old Oakby, Texas, June 1, 1868. Ep. Galvbstoh Nnwtu This section of the country, in eonneo- ,tion with Oyster Greek, forms the garden spot of Texas, so far as fertility of soil ft concerned, hence its early settlement by the largest forces brought to the country, the numerous large plantations and high * prices of the land before the war. The great changes caused by emancipa- than by any other portion of the Stated' and I confidently predict that it will be the last to recover-from the shock. The white population are vastly in the minority, throughout this region, and I fear the disproportion will long continue, and its disastrous effeots are daily becom- ing more painfully apparent. -Planting on the old style in this section will neces- sarily have to be speedily abandoned ; it has already ruined all those who engaged in it since the war, and this entire...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 July 1868

f ] AMNESTY NMMpfPMm PROCLAMATION. ■ci 'i -i -1.. •« JH ' ( ■ | Washington, Jnly 4.—A proclamation i by ha President ot the United States. Whereas, In the month of July, A.I),! 1801, in accepting the condition of the f civil war which was brougiu about by in-J surTection and rebellion of Heveral of the J Statcs,|wliicb comtitute the United Statea^ the two Houses of Congress did solemnly * diclnre tliut tiic war was nut waged iu j any spirit of oppression, nor fur any pur- pose of conquest <or *uj>jugati<>ii, nor for any purpose of overthrowing ot iiitei f r t vita f ' * IHAELES DE MOEBE, CHAR K DITO R, K D I TOR« & PROPRIETOR ax. a.rb:s"v xtjIljb SATURDAY, JULY 11th, 1 80S .V DTI IE f« AIX CP1CGRXCO. Tlierf l« a prpiil num' or .of pirsiml in nil Iho Cotm'icn of Nor iiurn Toxa*. in'lrbtc-l In «lie fittii- — J r4, for flb«rrii|ioBs eic., jtifwt thwViar. Tlie #"ing with t!ie rights or estabUihed inn t i neeutsliy'ferjwyiBji wr mnriwivhtKlii' «, tuiions of tkc.SiiM, but ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 July 1868

f > • vritB out linois* Richardson; Maine, Hameock aud anil dntuabded with deafening plaudits, a Pendleton; Njpw Jersey, Parkjr and John- -* ■' g0n. Cham's Bams has not boon mention* wL On the first ballot the voto for Peudlo- ton was 1<K>. The Southerners nearly all voted for-Johnson. - On the second ballot—Pendleton 09^ ; Parker 20; Johnson, 62; others scattering Gold 140.1, Cotton a shade firmer. Liverpool" July 7—Cotton firmer, sales 10^000 bales. Ilavaiuia, July 7—Cholera decreasing; oases mild. Mexican advices represent .the crops a failure. A famine is appre- honded. ^fferYork. July 0.—The police arrange ments this morning are inadequate to keep back the surging crowd which blocked tho entry. The delegates had difficulty in entering. At half past ten the dclcgatos were generally in their scat?. The Con* vention was colled to order a quarter be- fore eloven. Prayer by the lieverend W. Quinn. The delegates from the jporking- nien's convention were invited to seats.— Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 July 1868

■ ' / * I r! Da>K Hourk.— To every man tlier/e ■re Binji many dark hours. wlien he feels inclined to abandon his best enterprise— when hie heart'* dearest hopes appear de- lusive—hours when he feels unequal to the • Luxlen, when all his aspirations seem worthless. Let no one think that he alone baa dark hours. They are the common lot of humanity. They are the touchstone to try whether we are currcnt coin or not. Blessed influence of one true loving soul upon another ! Not calculable by alip bra. iiot deducible by logic, but myKterioua, t f feetual, in'fhty as the hidden process by which the Dower's get m, and the tiny seed •re quickened,utid burst forth into tall stem •ud blond lent, and glowing tasscled flow- •n>. ldcux arc ot ten poor ghostg ; our bur filled eyes cannot discern them ; tliey pass sthwart us iujinn vapor, and cannot make . themselves felt.'" JLiut sometimes they arc made of flesh ; *b«y touch us with soft re- apousivo hands, tin y look at na with sad, sincere ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 15 August 1868

u?" If" Jf OHIBtEB DeMOBSE, X.OXO TflL 28. ON THE IMPEACHERS. CL1RKSTHIE, BED II SPEECH £ > come to tA« 2*h&mol TnUlligeACtr. , Cow that Radicalism is about to grief, and all the indications foreshadow its overwhelming defeat la November, ev- is mgda to dflUe the disjointed harmonise especially those tfco impeachment trial £ad " - With this objeot in l overwhelm^ err effort fMtioH, in) violently vlwr.mM ed trl*nte tohis i meter, mtkvj of thp leading Republicans of "bus, headed by the Governor, as to fay a deser v- and honorable char- dinner. That invitation was no ordinary event, emanating as it did from- the State whioh had been so offensively conspicuous in urging impeaohment. and which inclu- ded in its representation, Sumner, Wilson, Boutwell ana Butler, who had taken the ipost active and unscrupulous pari in ad- vocating convictioi ed as a rebuke, t< less agitators, best tqraTtff jk favored 1m employed to After the setts Senators an jer ,,and the threata from their ai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 15 August 1868

w charles de morse, EDITOR, & PROPRJKTOB CLARK8V ILLE SATURDAY, A CO. 15.b, 18 68. wTci! to' in," eoicEBNEB.' There U m frtat n nj« r «r person* In «11 the CuttatiM of Nor'beru T«xm, Indebted te (be Sl - u rJ, fur mbeer'-wle", • «., before (be Wer. The oecenit/ for jmyiBg our own indehlertnrM, compel* rolleetion by tie. Tho •* vlio *rr <if*po*ed to evol<t <iost« of mil can do ho, by paying up their e<*ount« In Carrency. Tli w who do not, will t «*e to *eule with lepil elBeein. K uluruenl o#n he mndf — 1 a Lsuur C )' t< Hunt •• Uopltie* " *" f'anntn " ' Ottliin (* •> U.IUb, BJlii 4 l'«rt r, Cooku, Wu« li Iltutmi Of y«nn Miner 6 Itallirt|[nr firmmj* & (Venn, W. H KaSnt Ke'i W. A. t*iiu ; Oieeyjf- J'cpqe* fie., H '.iUBMI '• fteb'b * Limiwiy, K. llare, I : r ' * mm-. Hi H Sfcii ySl I n* 1 I I -a** llirir. at tBe ftcre of t lmtln l>« Mor e for friciiv^nt. H e Barb*oo« . ^ The Barbecue of last Wednesday ma by much, the most perfect success ve have trtf seen in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 15 August 1868

f 1 V f D I D Hi y^' **Tm . GOV. WARAIOUTlt-8 LETTER TO TI1K PRESIDENT. ' Swritotnt ik OHitf.—TkeCincituiali E - • qnirpr aajt: I " "New in the history or th« country Statf of LouisJl*a,ExectnvE Dm., 1 were nominations more ectUwiuticatly re New Oblbans, August 1st, !868. J eeired by the Democracy than (koee of To kit IWfenty Andrew Johnson Sevmoor and Blair." President of thM United Statu f The Enquirer further affirms that the Bib l~\ hafTthe honor ft forward jopiend* of Mr Pendleton, and the entire voa by Lieat CoL'John F. Deane, ortnvT*« of anti-radical popnlation in that staff, tha joint resolution adopted by flie are united on the ticket. Qaaaral Asaeaibly olAia Sfrtton the 1st j A double mnrdft'was committed in IWabn9h Ir-dittn ',aRt Thursday. A man tidon inm aiwmber of the prominent and Lamed Tnmbler had ^ llri ' nD_ influential citizens ol North Louisiana, sot ^jiappjiy with his wife for some time when ting forth the horriUo outrages that nreU^ him and took up ,)CJ. abodo'a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 15 August 1868

i \ > * / 0 m PER^ONAF* ^ • APPEABAN( E OF GOV. SRYMOWl. 8«'yn.onr a nj'poarnncc Of* 1 « took the chair ir Tammany Hall Is thuh describ- *ij : • 'Seymour, Udrecsedln Ihd old style *had-beUy coat, which is buttoned acropn hia cheat, leaving open a diamond shaped portion of irrepronchaW* whitt linen ana a very neatly urranged lilack Deck-tie of moderate dimension*. The hen-l ia well aLaped, and pet* irswWljf hack on a firm ralr of shoulders, aud tlje lower part <>l the face, below the eyes, ia alnmat a per- fect oval, 'i'ho ejea are of a 'nillinnt brown color; end Mne like diamonds lie- neath a firmly balanced 'orehead,%Uich is •tald, the baldiiccs extending back as far **- e back uort of the The is pleasant and mobile, ana When >ut smiles at you, the feeling pro- .ia & genial one. This ia a cultured i man of free (ante and high purposes 1 of elegant diction and alsoofpow erful anal pis. The i-kin of the face is sul lew and a thin aeam of whim whiskers en- "irclds the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 September 1868

OHABL18 DtMOi bovs Nuu ovn uimn bkatb tbb wiimt Ha ^P§Pfe| 111::: .. & j. "W* ' Hi |WW 3- 1 TIL.26. CL1RIS VILLE, 111 IIVB R COUNTY, TBI o a ,\ v! <7 0. / m i SP.T EMBER 12, 1868. M URRELLITES. WkolaaU OptraHon* qf Onaniud Bom Thievf <n Mitnmppt, Tennenee, Alabama i and Arkantaii Late AmMif On Captain and matt qf the Band in DeSoto County, Miuatippi. The lattf preliminary trial at Senatobia, :--sippi, forty milee south of this city, pea a -*-* * " * "** * • developed a state of affairs which long have been hinted and guessed at, namely • That ever since the close of the war a thoroughly disciplined band of hone-thieves have been actively at work in North Mis- ' often extending their operati mandf and rtgulflr runners who had their routes of travel like the celebrated Murrell- ites, who were the terror of the Southwest forty or fifty years ago. The captain of this band is named Gage Pbilpot, and his follower* may as welf be designated as the Pbilpot*. CJapt. Pbilpot is a mi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 September 1868

~y CHARLES DE MORSE, DITQR, & IDE MORSE P It 0 P 11 I B TO tt C LARKSY II^ '.SATlflHV\T, SEPTKUllKit l-'h, 1808- ''3*, r •'* .. .■ + VOTHIS TO il.l. C^CIUKtn Tt «r t g« Vt itiiw'tf of pefnift U the . CaBBfi*# «r S« k':rB tf m, in 'Mil*-I < tj>« .iiJKil- \)>r<l, fl r «*«;., befor* <1)B War. T*"t J (easily far iMfiikaUr nwn InrM, <? ■,pel* j.,y Henderson through OtUvlfi, tm «- oilk-etion !>*««. Tha f '*Uo r«<liip€9«4 to noils of suit can Ao so, fcy p(iying up ;t«eir *cc«u«<!* ced the k il.mg. A US ease has a iliifill'itt """ T*-*®*. ki* to from that it first presented. u Will ...",. ■ HI,. vis .JBi.4— 1 Bnmli-ius Ccujt , . LATEST NEWS. V. Kilili.', charged with *Vw killing of —— John 1). llendcrfon, waa&brooght before; Washington September 1.-Quito a r •• n •«„ i„_ ~ „„Anuml er ol Post offices liaTO been Juatie* Crittem on, on > discontinued In tho South, from causes after patient hoar mg of tne case, wu bound w),jc|, can easily l>o remedied. P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 September 1868

• • km Ma Rirfl a aoricultoaac. pais, J\> bt held at Ike Fair QrotuuU, hat/ mile Jlist vj' ClurktriUe, oh Turning the id oj XagemUr. PREMIUM UlT. 1 tt Clan. Beat Average Oottoa Crop, exooeding ten him, product of 1909, attar oup (to be awarded on sworn ^iu ro> ceipta,«t out Fair J worth Best Avantgo Wheat Crop, not less than Ion acres, a.-.ora messurment (to.be swarded nest Fair,)Cup worth 23 Boat average Corn Crop, not Ism than 20 mm, aworn moesm't .cop worth Besterap ofQnions—Qno acre Boat cr^p of Irish Potatoes, produot of two acres, Beat crop 8weet do.—two acres, .Largest and best Four Baoon hams, to be awarded next year, Cup Beet ten pda. hotter, put up 4 months Beat Cheese, home mado, of ten pds. or more, Judges—J. A. Chambers, Miles Reed W. B. Aikin, R. M. Hopkins, J. L. Carroll. 2nd Clan. Domestic Premiums. $20 00 00 20 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 5 00 6 00 Fine Jeanf, 7 yds., home made, White Limey, ten yards, home made Plaid Linaey, ten yds., home made Flannel, 10 yar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 September 1868

7^ Mr 'f> no Froui the JCtw York Express. THRILLING SCENES. Baltimore journal* teem with start incident", and !tair hreodth escapes, of the recent diwmtrons fre*?int in (^raets of that city. We extract the ilng, describing ihe scene at Ellicott'a r. Tin: work of Dwrerrriox. • « At this tine the immense nl|t vrull; «>l Mr. Dcfrvd of cotton hill nHJienced (« totter, and the o iter water Rller jrnTfi way. corryino with it the ^ The ent|re eontetite ol the immense iiihlinnr. with all its muirnificeiit machin- v, tell out into ihe torrent with a crash at drowned t!ic roar of the elements; and in« property veined at KiW.flOO wns it out of eiisiem-j u in a moment.— thin tlmoeouiiimiiecd n «win ofier- |iax quite over v. this little Iji the first plueo nil the Ut «r00t«d li om '! e Gran r, water ro c ahove the (ran to find that the fa di"4/«r, ihej ull raude uiouiin'fc. jur by being bv the aid «r rows, Uraii% ifx-cpl Mr M ■hhhH log wo. Ellicott City and elsewhere. They ex- pect by Mond...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 September 1868

o • ■ t •' I i <** iw i .■/* jf :K ,u>i jtftSrfl u<i& ir-vf- fl .If II E!*BX* 8 DoMOBSB, lono shall our banjtbx brave the bkeesb-thb btandaiu) of the pheb * "'i . *«* . o rv roR F44r46. tub "armed election? IL11IIIILLI, RED It I I E R 111I.U, TJX1S, SEPTEM 19, 1 8 *•* NO. 4 3. •met or bxbxtob hendrickb. JVnn tke Ifttfieaol InuUigenei*, 25th ult. Mr.^Hendricks'reviewed with great ef- fect and force, on Tuesday, the alarming character of the bill to ana the negroes and 4tiadifia}a of the South for the Presiden- tial election, and exposed the partisan character and purposes, of hat wicked scheme with-so ranch clearness- and vigor, as to call *oat explanations arid protesta- tatipos from various members of the ma; jorifftlirlio soon discovered that the ob- Tour Presidential candidate closes his letter of acceptance by saying, 'let us have pence;' and every heart in the land says 'lot us have peace;' but doos any Senator VJieve that peace is promoted by arming one political ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 September 1868

V iE" KD<TOB, * MORSE, proprietor. |s'- | C X. A H.KI S"V ILLS SATURDAY, SKPTKUBfcll Ipth, 1808- \OTICK Til AIJ. C( 1C'KRMtl) There is a cre«l quid' er of peruma In all I he Cuim' ici of Nor her* Texan, iniebtetl 10 the Htaa The Weather aoJ tb j Orop>. On Saturday last, after oar paper issued, it rained sharply; since then, we had a drisxlc, and a cloudy aky on Wednesday. Wednesday morning came on dark and threatening and cool, becoming almost wintry cold, as the night wore on. But I the stars shone out during the night, and j the morning came bright and quite cold, ' 1 and it c continued so until yesterday even ing. Since then it has grown warmer, i, '«iar«l, for nubecHotioa, etc.,' Ueforetlie War. The The late rains have injured cotton ma« I.- m ' • - * 1' . . . - * teria j; ihe wo™ h ve iniured some pa % ■ %■'' i Rs BMmitjr for colleoitoa toy um.' r cn*ie of *aii can do K hy pajrinf tip their accounts fields to an appreciable extent, though SO 3a Currency. Those who do Hot,...

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