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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 September 1868

. ~1N tnk DISTRICT COVET OP TUB UNITED 8TATE8. '/br the lfrtto* District o/ Ti-.au. In Bankruptcy. la the matter el W't, b. John, BANKRUPT;— Sep- Umber 180#,a warrantof Bnnkrrotcy wae itwued out of t^Dirtrio* Courtage United 8ute« forUw Wtrtern district ol Tex**,againet«he estate of Kdwud B. Jonee.ol Marion Ooaatr,Text* who >)>* beea adjudged a-Bankrupt, on hi* own peti- *|oa: That the payment of any debt*, and th* delivery o any eep*rty -belonging to enoh Aanknipt, to htm, onfor bia use, aad the trans- fer of any propetty byttm, are forbidden by Jaw; and tiutt a meeting of (he creJitor* ol aaid Bank- rupt. to prove their debts, and to cfcxwe one or more assignee* of his eatata, will be held at a «oort of fienkruptoy, to be!botyno at Clarkaviile, 4a the County of Rod Hirer before Douglas Aeevee, Esq , Register <on the lfilh day of Octo- ber A. D. 1868, at IBo'elock, M. A. P. BLOCKER, C, 8. Marshal for laid District. Br U. O. CtovoH, Deputy Marshal, as Messenger. ' No. 43 St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 September 1868

V ^?v mmm M m- § f ■M* HOUHMtl.K TRAGEDY IN CANADA! ATBttCIOCS DCTCatnr OP A TOVSO Olttl.. (/foot the Lmtkm (C. W.) frtt Preu, 1 GtA ) The telegraph lias briefly alluded lo'lltc •mrdcr inCattndu. of whiuh the following Nro the particulars: While tlifi family of Henry Jaies were • ' i.inuer ou Thursday la-t. the 11 lit, Mm. J-.uefi proi-oat-d to **ud .Vary, the (lccca - fd to her n*e:e'* S<>u.*e to iret a quantitv of Hour. whMi bad W« due tliem for a lonjr tune. Her liu-l>and oi.j HM«*d, raying it would not be safe for ner to go near Lthe I r< mi-en in view of .he threat* that Lad I ceti ma do. 'I bt jii l wsijied anxious to ,po, as the flour wu required, and she thought no hium would befall Iter. She accordingly left about •*< o'clo<!;, went to Thowa* house, and did not return alive. lim continuod'ulisenire induced hervoong- er BiHler go in eearcli o! her, and while on 1h« road leailinjr to 'fhotnut one of li is nous two oT whom were doiu<r statute labor mid to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 October 1868

STANDARD OF THE m 0HA&&1S D«MORSE, o I O 1 r.oxa oxau. ottb bajtwbb brave thb bbbeeb- TIL.26. CL1KKSULLB, R B D I COUNTY, THIS, OCTOBER, 17, 186 8. 47. mm A STARTLING REVELATION. .. - ... . In the National Intelligencer of the 20ih ult., H a statement of Robert Ould, who acted during the war a#Confederate Coin mianonerof Exchange, giving a public history of the action of the late Confeder- ate authorities in relation to the exchange of prisoner* of war. Mr. Ould begins by Early in the morning of the day on which. revenue commissioner, has made a state** " *- —*-" I i_ -l-s-v v. for the past on the 1st of Jq|y, there of money drawn from I expected to give my testimony, I reoeiv- Iment in which he says that for the ed another summons from' Ohipman, judge advocate, requiring me to surrender my nbpoena. I refused, as it was'my protec- tion in Wsshington. "Without it the doors of the did Capi- tol might iiave opened and closed upon me. I engaged, however, to appear a reference to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 October 1868

OP HEW TOOK- fob vict-PRisiBijirr CIIARL1S6 DK MORSE, KDII'OK, & I'llOFRlKTOH <3 afi- XiE OCrOIIBB 17« , 8ATT!ItDYY. «f .■craoat in all (he .\orn n TO tu I Tb«r« i* * gmti um Co«u<iea <1 Nurfiern Tnika, laAttoti lo lb* i>iun 4*nl, for nOr^cr*itioa, eUy, tiefor* the War. The aNfi^iljr for jiuy'mg oar own iuiMiteda>* , eoaipeH «*U crfto by uv Tho* who «r« Ofepnuwi moM «Mla of anil «*n Jo ao, by f-y>"K MP ilieir aeeouala ia Oarraatgf. Tfcoae who it a«t, aalll ha** le nettle i«it <i legal o.'Boar*. 8alU«ai«aia Mtbt made— le.ldeEr Cotiuly witk 'Hunt llopkiol F&aaia i>ni «♦ T'alUn, RUia t P.irkw, Cuufca, W iae & Dsuwa aranpa Had Kite*, t lite XHmr BftUlngor. Siaondi S Wo wer, | W. M living *3<|-. W. A. E* as fleo. II. P ra«B " Urn. * Uu We) eh & LinOwiv 8. Uar«, Blorc of Cliariea Do Mwm FOB PRESIDENT. I null ti V | TW tir I'tiuv. P—S or KX8 WRr. mtmmmJ—mmmmm—mmrnmmm pRsaxszorziAi. bibciors. J. i ajy-i1 1 u-i' (iiey are held. They add as much to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 October 1868

- * 9 • 3 r • The 4xp«MM«f the War Depaitmeat mtliA MI* #«A 1 1 4* for the past two taoaths ban keen more than eighteen militoa <Wllara. < Let as have pncf, or ifwa. cannot ha* Mate. 1m m bate an army that «A he ptton a peace footing ao far as oostiacoaoewieiLat any rate. « ... having iaforoatiaa af <ff. tt ax-Confoksrate ArkaBsa^ and m Any person E. ft. Moegaa.an «x-Con£ni«rate eoldier, who ed by tbe <and in 1862, * hie Bother, Mrs KorthTwetfthflt, oaptur- pmy at Arkansas Heat, a prisoner aF war, bjr addressing 3rd Class.—Ned,tmitstl. Best ^a)d^ artioie of Cabinetwork. uvwlil j Beat fial tied Baggy, including the en- tire structure of wood wort, And trimming- Beat four or nx bone wagon ««> t « heme wagon, Beat turning Plough Best revolving Hay-rake J Beat one horse oart, But Farm Oate Turn faavaorioa erJAsx.-^Tbe beautiful inatru neat manufactured by Idafemaa % 8ew^ No. S Le roy Place, Bleaker St., New York, the CycWld Pi aao, is eapeoUUy worthy of the attention of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 October 1868

vidual history, tianu ebaiity *pre*«ls a big m-. iitl* here tlie delinqaeoces of such a career are pre*n:#d. A Jab Lad yraviou faults, and H. r ronrm will not be referred to a* an envia- ble toe by nay trne man or woman; bat discrimination a ill no* (ail to ba ms4e '.it view ol. her early asaoeiai i os and destil ute eircum aterees. A thousand women, similarly situs- tad, won Id sink into the whilpuul of eorruption 10 whieb she wa* e>p« acd when one escapes. 8bn walked, w:th (ha assistance of a atrong will and nervennd a jowe'ful ambition, aorcaa the dreadful iluiu (era life-lime, staioing and tainting Ike fair form ot virtue witb ita foul exudations, 4t ia tru-. bi t nevertheless eecap- iog the ''deep dan nation" of the pit, and ae, (jnired a Fame std notot«ety wLich tho world ia not apt to applaud and admire. Our hero- ine bad ever to maty hu.-bands—-socalled.— Men wbo had, and still have, protemions to literati ability, where in this train ol material connection, and gladiator...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 24 October 1868

M i t o < HSHB DeHOBSE) long* bhazili oxtk bazfltbh bbavb ih1 STAHDAJtD OF ' EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. V 0 L. 2 6. ^DlTORIAL^CORllESpbNDENCE. | g«od, ; ~ a 1 68. j CLARISf ILLE, RED BIV 8 It COUNTY, TEXAS, 0€T0BBft,24 , 1868. NO. 48. Anthony Housk, 4 Little Rock, Auk October, 18th, 1808 DearRiadik: Your correspondent left Clarksville, on the morning of the 6th, in]* hack convey- ing four other persons to Washington, Ark., two of whom, continued onward to this'place. Wo found the road rough, and difficult of discovery.— corn short, and worth 91 ,25 per bushel; will be worthafter awhile. The road from Columbus to Washington is pleasant in its aspect, and good under foot. On the morning of the fourth day, ing a noVr brick printing office, an exten- sion of the business office—has an excel- lent printing establishment, with plenty of machinery; but is like'most Southwestern democratic publishers, not making jnuoh we entered Washington and stopped at |monoy, and only working with a will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 24 October 1868

•WW ■5 ■SH :4 CH A11LB3 DE MORSE, K I> I T O it , & ']' a 0 P 111 K T o n CLARKSV IL Xj3S y.ncRovr. 6'TOB^i: 2 A h. w,* MtTII K K 'IVKftXVD. T'rr- i- a jro-i n« i >-r "t | -num* i i h.1 On C"tuxi#a of ,\ur h«ri> irf-tm-t 10 In! hmn- "lirj, for kulMor>r>iiwu. <•!«.. tawwr* ih W at. The eibuU for eome time, ttfcm.il} fur | %yirz ur o*M iiiilrhu- Itnnn, <nmprt« < n'l'-eii.iu Uy ut. ' TI<- wl". r* di«p «il to toW ( 0*11 of Knit enn >!e no, by p yinn up liieir kcvauots i.i I'u-rmry. Thai*? who ilw uui. *01 hu*« 10 nettle cgiil oftinfin. 8«uUincui«orn. b« Iba Weather, | Monday and Tuesday we had slight rajnr; since then the weather has been de- cidedly pleasant, the snn having made its appearance daily since Wednesday morn- ing. Wc have endeavored to learn something in regard to the liivcr opposite this place, but only Lear that it ia rising. We think enough lain has fallen in the list two weeks to insure fair navigation to Jeffer- lul-tmar Uuuaty villi '...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 24 October 1868

THE SURRATT CASE. ot wood worn, and 10 00 10 00 10 00 6 00 5 00 7 60 6 01 Judges—A P Dick. L. D. Van Dyke. Wm. ( launch, Charles Da .Mor e and W. W Ulurk. 82 2 2 2 5 00 00 00 00 00 2 SO 2 60 2 60 * tiro structure ■■11 ■' triurniug On Tuesday last the trial of John II. B «' r.ur or six bors- wagon Surratt Anally terminated, and resulted in H""*two bona wagoo, hit discharge. The announcement has " *l drains Plough gone onr the country reviving in the uiindi ^"t rcTol?ID- Hay-rake of tLe American people the recollection of ,, c,rt> one of tb® most dark and vindictive peine- * cutions that ever disgraced the annuls of •ny nation. W« envy not that man who can recall die infamous proceedings that! 4th Clatt, led to (he official murder of Surratt s raoth- Bern side sole leather •r—«n amiable and veneruble Christian Be*t Upper leather, lady, whose innocence needed not the cin- "e-t Harness leather firmation given by the failure to couvict finished Calf Skin. her son—without feeling his c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 24 October 1868

iBS % ■m G From the Virktbiug Ht-nud. Sipi. 10. JUsTlf E AS DIRl'KNSKU BY A NEURO MAGISTRATE. tei«t l v old IJorca.*. Tito Micuio Gil war in all broken to pieces, the Elephant fuur- ! iwl several plunks, and her deck and atorn arc insecure- The Domioo watt from ma- ii! jm reccnt- —ip. In Tippah Couuty, Mississippi, I}', while aomc children were playing near a school house, a It down upon them, A little Incident 9I tiie wultof Radical rule has just been related to u*.\ It oc curred in our tdaler Siaie of l^ouixiiiiia. which in its late election elected a numtier of negroes to office It- theparltdi of Mad J*0n, omoug other*, a t.rgro wan elccted .i'mtieeol the peuce. He wu* duly install- td. and for month* t>a*t hit* been playing liiiitfifti'Mie. In his ncivliborhiMxl lived u v< ry wor by old n irro numcd Billy Houghs Hilly owned two wiilec. and lunt yoiir. to enable hint to p'nnr, lie tr ve u bill of cnln ••I'tlie mules to Ii'mI. K.. who pupulied liiin s ilh a Htipulateil umoun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 November 1868

> \ •> 1 €fll • t mm ijptIM jsssn OHABLE8 D. II OH SB, TBI. 26. (ILiKISVILLB, R 1 14, 1868. BUCKLE ON THE CHARACTER AND POSITION SPAIN. The reader will now be able to under- stand the redl ilatbro or Spanish civiliza tiqjo. He will see how. under the high- Bounding nfttnds of loyalty wd religion, lark the deadly evils which those names always concealed. but which it is the bus- iness of the historian to drag Jo light and and expose A blind spirit of reverence, taking the form of an unworthv and igno minions submission to the Crown and Uhnrdi,is, the capital aud essential vice of the Spanish people. It is their sole and viae, and it has sufficed Jo ruin them. From It alt nations has grievt suffered, and many suffer still. % But no where hi Europe has this principle been so long supremfraa in Spain, Therefore, nowhere else in Europe are the consequen ces so manifest and so fatal. The idea of liberty is esstinct,if indeed, in the tpye sense of the word, if over can beaaid to have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 November 1868

i . "i • h s- ■ 1 "* <* * a k ' if ,. |P " * ■mm ■MM CHARLES DE MORSE, M P I T 0 It , & PROPRIETOR CLARfE SATURDAY, NOVHMttKR 14, 1808 lOTil'E TOiM. ( "ICKBVM. Thcrt I* a jgrrit nun r uf in all thr CwMiaa of Nor horn T«i«, in l b«««l te tlia Bian Atrd, for* ubart'l'>lioii, ale.. twl'nrr lb* War. Tb- a aim* It j for paylnc onr <>wo iBilehtatlriras, compclr callaeUoa Iqr o*. Tfcfff* win art diapoaad to aTolf MHa of Mil can do ao. by paying up ihalr account ia Carraafl). Thcac who Jo not, %lll haw te aaMl* with itgal ofioara. Hatllciittitta om ba made— jla Uunt County with Must •• " Bapklaa " ' Fannin * • kVHi> •' Dallaa, Rtlia * Parker, Caoha, WUa * Utaioa Mlnrr k BalllOftr. Mnoada k Waaler, £wl | Kaq., W- A, Efut 0ao, H. Pepoaa " flea. W Uueaa " ■Patch k Undaay, Urayaoa - « R. Uara, Bad Ui? r, at tn Start of (-barka Da Mono Ootfoa Monry and Dry Goods to advance on cotton, hcp delivered at the Gin. Cil AS. DkMORSE. Oct. 24th, 1868. BQL. JL detailed account of the re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 November 1868

I 7 iL A r 01 W,-.: * WHEAT IN DRILLS. Mr. Gilpin, of We t low*, Pa., «ays be aeeded an *er of wheal ia drill*, 20 inche* •part, using throe pocks of Mediteranesn wheat. In the spring, when the ground had become luBoiently dry to work, a ■mall garden hoe harrow was run between the rows working three inche* deep. This Waa dime only one time, The wheat took a rapid start and ont- grew the rest of the field. As the season advanced, it grew tall sad strong, and no amount of wind or rain had any effect to lay it down. When the head* formed, their greater length was apparent. It was backward in ripening, and the rest of the field wss cut and hauled in before this was ripe. New for the result: The experimental wheat yielded 28 bush els to the acre, and the rest only 9 bush- els; the quality of each being the same. Two many plants of any kind to the , square yura or rod invariably crowd and starve one another. Till < be ground deep- ly and thoroughly, and have no more plant* than will ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 November 1868

k i I L LATEST SEWc. ,lta whites, <]au tul and eh' H iVeipl.m, 8—Ev< rytliin" «jHw*| ioin ch. hm Q et. I #ri.e vo'c ] olJt.il. Ur-pn'ili-1 tlicn berutno' run arc '1-rowii-;: out nnturalixi* jpolioe ilien cpi lien rn|'M !*, and ij. mocralK; jm'ge' mviv- J negroes fnuj>l>t tug throi, 'I be vnt 41 * •'! ••nnd about ttie.'l'C )>ol ov usetl tn«i i* Hf at I lie but- '('bo ic«tilt !<tttocs broke tin in ibe < ify if cMvii'«"ir'1 d«i,Wfi)l | MH l several < KfK ^otV. Nov. B.— 11 «• ••I'fticn Is | w>unded, oft® I l ro<n"c«i'irg <i« ••tly V?c T!r->>Uyn vo- j^idinj? in u bouse, opposit tjr.p quirt. The ii,,r' • HI VmIi willlin : W1>s woiindi d by a hi Vi.OOO t.f she N > iti'lira- | «bi*nu>;b a window, but ' on of riots anywh<" *. l!v rv precaution Trouble anticipated to night. t>be<Mi tnkrn tbe peace.—-* New Orleans, Nov. 1-— Election in Koine, but v<r«®p- miest* have been ltimlcf.t ilb jfiil vf.*int . Washington, N"v. ••—.*<<b wa...

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

( ) IJ1. 2 6. WAM LE ITER OF T "••• *Hr"l ' ' ' ' K ' ' . r.« 5 # . $ ■ r "'vnHj ■- j ■ -< 1 ■ , W ^010^ ■ J jj; 1 ■ jTitat! hmM 1" '1 P r j i*** U.n..; 3 - J* Rvpcnsnr \ 'K 1 > 4 II ?w •; '• Mil ■ , J ■ Mm,- 21, mm tTflQtli '. *! francisco. Wcoapy m follow, from the New York Herald of the 28d. She carthqaahof * 8 Franeteeo ° — - , fan. some twelve or thirteen extended, M It nppnnra, pretty ; the whole ooaet lu e of Califor- m O m \ 1/ 0 SE TWINS. earth's nfa, and heck to the loot of the hills of dw Sierra Nevada, or snowy mountains, which uapart of the mt volcanic chain of the Continent. Earthquakes come fremsome volcanic disturbances. end we ilme —J that all these volcanic perwrba tUH^iwhoth fthTtorrifoeltanm" Lo. Iriends, the King of nil the M. That eruption we eon- i Mch i commotion of the fierrfiniils enclosed within the thin shell of our globe that they have been, from time to time breaking oat at various chimneys and shaking the earth more or less severe* 1 j as various...

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

•j W-# • m n f > I-1 * # 9^ ,\ ) :| tfT search paiion anxiously ot> iugh Ml y U * ehe looked si Then «ho tn *the words: ja adame Oar^Jln, wilt you be to take in; litt'e Hortense i sore tor abau <&«dl~ •eetisa ii<direied the youmt rtnnhees walked ■in>. F«uilhrat«. nerix If, 'neither ot tbitu here? "In'one, F can unfortunately '*• eh I Hteia I to* y> S-t-gJUT OR. *11 C X^-A. Tl TC S V I X, T-J~E SATURDAY, NOYKMBISR 21, l Cd *eeUM iLUirrni IUO JUUUK hastily toward tly Terrme di •N<'lh',re,OT«y«iJ If /hei .thim here? "Intone", f eaa <*b« #Wto fcfri M tthjjfcitiuhiHi I •m4hAj 1WHT*t,r^ —- - - ■. •I mwtiuiUcd Ve vary «h«c||. thanked that <T<p >i^$f ,uof ww""" «■« ' « id * VhmJ Toll whose dr«a f leek tdJaTBat e'op^d to tfio poflr# jlav- kf# were farmed W" Fof S Jofrient Ah threw a searching Ufc, ed"«4 .fflSW :fc et M.'e'nd Wthdae • aifc. For! l ,-- , .. plane* Vt ttttfIcHori'* ofMrt «' 4"gcr anithen oried1: it Ufkjwii awt-" a****# f 't%*> my Claw 1 &...

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

r n if ■h?. LUGES!. ,««C STOCK OP MERCHANDISE Brought to ClurkevUle since the War! Orecn tod geld breath- White JTIa Valenciennes collars, Handmade Malteto do. Imitation •• Ladiet paper collar* Ladles Linen " •* Bwiss and Jsviteaat eosbroidory, Linen I Whits JarkooeF. 1 Whit,- Swiss pUin and Mr eord. Nainsook—t who fnt oaretully quality, that h* if Crmabarred" I'laiu Nainsook Viol >ria lawn — flat Colored Drill! -«ue, nowreeeirlag ft-em northern markets, * slock oom- prlaia. ■ tad Trimmingf, to ■ta's * Boy's Boot* * 8h es, JUHmjtJ ASP.?*1'"**'* OJ n a : *-•vnA( \i • - ^Chewing and Bmokinf,.. -ehoite, > •• ■ >4RaN)ffWr->>dX iSsps^Ejfaj^a®-^ end can be, oud will U« nold as low, it ifco of good quality can be told iu thin Mbeh of it has koto purd.saed at loss prtoe than evetbefpre, aoil cai: therefore be avid at leerpHot Ana heretofore. Wi.huut making :my f stenee Of selling goods ai co it, which I oonuut ar- lord to do; or Selling a firs o:uh urtioli at'the pruo of* ehs...

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

h d y «i- p ; M y- f! n l 1HK PA01 PIC RAILROAD. 3b f*< CUhnuqftAt «w« Bmli xftke Ohio ami Jsjut tftk* MMmiiifi Slurs, Memphis, Oat. 10,18(18. At peblio meeting of the citisens ot man )lb tbe undersigned tew ppointed a oom- aittca of eomspondence, rhargtd with the ta j of iavitilf ths sttentiuo of lb* pec pie « f the States Booth «f the Ol.fc , and east of Blbeiasipfi river, to the eabjcct of ■ Itcific IUilrtad, end their upon tome i-ltn which eiil connect the eiiiseus of the*# Sutra with oih en enterprise The Itail- rrida building toasrds the Pirilc, end thooe ■iritetrd. except one. fopoee scbrmea o far t orth red m ifiwif f.B the Southern 8tates il at it will be found impracticable in the pres- • i.t condition of the ooumry (a connect with thtta. The Cairo and Fulton Railroad Com- pany of Mieeocn, the Cairo and Fallon Rail* road rcmpsoy ol Arken ss, the llender on, Maraball and Jeff- r^ Railroad Company,tad the Rrsace Breach Railroad Company—both oiTexar—bate a b.ll abich hssps...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 December 1868

* f * r+i Jr- $ #• V «■_ s, 1 :•©; a - >. v 4mpm m STANDARD or THE LOXO SHALL OUR BARITBR BRAVB THE BRBHMS 0 BABL18 DeHOB8E K S VIL L B, '• Monthly Magazine. BBEHOLD GODS. A few moments' in the bard to imagine any young, voman more apparently ing op of their carriage, after they came ont of the heated air of a large party, waa the only disceruable cause of an attack of _ T pneumonia so severe that it terminated his Margaret Eyre after bori^6 " * <•> 8P'te of the best medical ghe looked her affairs in skil1 *««! the tanderest nursing. lie died, as he had lived, liki a dream- er. No thought-of neglected opportune ties or neglected work troubled his last h';urs. lie spike to Margaret. in the few int<u-vulq hift ijl|yM pain M.tiowod him, very hi r father. Mid been educated by him, both1 ^ u tneTfav e n«ri 0 rt v of tlnrw living and eduoAting going on in tK© <io— j dtfcioiiul death-bed oouoitu and exhorta tjohory, inconsequent, fragmentary man-' ,'ot'8* ; , ■ ■';■■/ ,' ner...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 December 1868

"-W X 111INIIlll. wkar sir—un Saturday 14th ioat,,there wai quite a < teors ; I wi^i eased them froi clock in the morning. I cot wM w ■ November 27th, 1868 Editor "Standard — Dsar Sir—On Saturday morning, the , diaplaj of me- from 4 to 5 ©'- counted, from a position from which about ono fourth of the heavens was in my view, during a pe- riod of some eight minutes, fifty meteors. Several of them very brilliant, having lung trains of threaa-liito light. They were equally numerous in the other quar- oo.ts of .ait CO do so, by paying M their ccou.a. tcr8 f , ho gMVeng. Tho iky WM I10t en. is Curr«ney. Those wlt« <o out. wlil nave to nettle , r . with leg.l officer*. tUulsoucats c b. mart*— I clear, but what we would term hazy: laTwitnir L'&eniy wit* Mink fc Bellinger, | so wc may •upp.oti', that, if tho sky had ijcat •• K.nikdi< A Weaver, | been i-atirc! v clear, they might have ap- Uopkins •• .ft.JH Kwntr ■**%., ! - ' ' J *— * rami in Oe'K" *« ,'A MarfWIet, at i tie CHARLE...

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