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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 December 1868

X w > J MOST V1KIID1911TTBACTIVG STOCK OF MERCHANDISE Brought to OlurJaviUe since the War ! ¥ 4 / Yfc* aaderslgutd he* pleasure in Ul aid customers, and to all who wont OrM aadgeld Wmtk- Whit* tthidW do, Valenciennee collars, Handnade Msllsse do. Imitation " Ladlss p ptr collars. Indies Linen " Swlas and Jsckoaet embroidery, Linen laoes, AVIiite Jaokonet, assorted White Swiss plain tad hair eord. Crossbarred Nalnseok—fine, 1'lsin Nalneook^^ Viet iria lawn—4ne Colorod BrlUlantas, Splendid aaai. Drees buttons, velvet, eflk, glass. Shaw's—a largo variety, Including mourning, and the riehoat pattorna—oolored shawls. Hoop akirta in vsrlsty, including the adjuatable Ifoalory—blaek alik, lamb's wool and cotton. Kboots k*HOES. 1Q CASB8 BooU and Shoes, just received, XOcluding in- Men's calf «• kip Star Boots, aewad - iiljUid Mere! •of receiving ■tafia aal announcing to carefully { Merchandise of good quality, that he ia from northern markete, a stock com- a aad Taney Dry Goods, d varied ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 December 1868

ill RHpnMT-i" !&■ ■>*" * ' f i- L I , from ■ new shyness in Mar- i wanner. At snv rate, he told her if the mi and always must la,and ihen'waitcd ft<r her answer, u am portionless,' she said, gravel/ 'If 4k3re were no (juration about any thing eke, 1 think your family would not ap- prove tl.e marriage for that reason.' 'They would get over that,' he protected jragcrly. 'They all think you aro perfect *iun. They only four tlmt 1 am too good- for-nothing a fell w to help myself, and not well enough off to nmfce you comfort- able. But I could do Hiiy thing, with you for my inspirntiot ,snd in this cine greatest thing of a y life 1 u.ust | lease myself. If you can love me, Murgaret, nothing else is wanting.' fcbe-looked l«ee so full of eo lonely, so etrong.Toni take. Surely- t at li< at him—hi* hand.-omc,eager ;ess for her, inn it— young, and dure for bur ^ If htm—surely this thrill a tier heart was love." Hut— vat it.? Margaret «** romantic; that is to hay. the had hiuh ide...

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

1MB 1 if t1 M • rv ■ ■ — x.obt9 8BAI1I1 ova I VILLI, -ill 11FI THE DESTRUCTION OF ARICA. FWm On New York Exprctt, Oetobcr 13 (A, It will be recollected that the city of Arica was entirely destroyed—that mum- mies, who had been hid in the rocky cliffs for probably more than a thousand years, were suddenly exhumed, or rather exposed to the eye, and that it vaa here where th6 two American, yeasels of war, the Wateree and the Fredonia. came to grisf, and that a Peruvian ironclad, the America, and a merchant vessel, the ChanarsQla, were also lost. Artoa wm a seaport town of the of f era—it,is now no more—"jfil.fo8 swell of the oceai mile# southeast of Areauipa, and its-population was about 19,000 souls.— The nntleman who gave us the informa- been in the port of Arica for some .. Is-; 1 ,:J .1 '5 ifc 5; '■'ft' II' A storms of the waves surpassing aiuconoep- tion of human endurance. At this time all around the city the dust • BM ■« ll Alkil LB _ * ' A.L. — —a 1 — — formed into clouds, and ...

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

OLARKSV ILLE jTjATURtrrr, DKCKMBKRIS, I*C8 —«r > > % V LATEST N9WS. WIM . ■ „UJ ' -U- -- I-W- litl bo iltd by the con's of puny tricksters, 'ml nut iu 1mt ilnsg1! nd .beauty, ao that she will he bo more* tlic &*• "*pkeut«. Im t i ,, .1 New'Orleans. Dee. 4 __ uADor |Tcxbs far whom tea thousand hearts would 9 IT o H, F?r op^t on°°™ &*r; " •*' r T""" -Cotton -Mr. Dana concluded, that, viewed as the ported to (lie distressed wife that "her _ Mo #y husband had cscuped— the gallows." Mar- last, Henr i riman was a bloot) thirsty man, and" had Canton, A n elude ve it, ifense would have it, as a repeal of the i,the «t' d^ubVlw^lia^carried" c , the money ho was kmjwn to have inhispos- is detorminnt'o*—as volpn- sessio£ The inurdarirs only succeeded i-V s Political Eronta—Division ot tiie S'ata There is little in eurrent events to fur- nish material f*r interesting comment. As' we have no political movement of interest at Washington, and the newly elected l'reoident it, na usual....

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

« f MOST fUIBD AND ITTRiCTITE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE Brought tq piurkavUle since the War ! TVi aadarslgnsd has pl*a*ure In annoanoiug to hi* aid omUbmw, ant to all who want carefully **l*ot*d Merchandise of good quality, that ho lo Mow reoelvlag from northern markets, a itoek oom- y riling •tapl* Mi taw Dry flood*, large and vmod Meek of Clothing, ■M'O, Twith'i ft Boy's H UUee'HaUft] turn, B*A** tlrouli and g -M Wreath- V.'uitc & tinsel'.etl du, Yalenoienaee collaro, Handmade lltlitw do. Imitation " Ladiefbaper collaro. laliee Linen <•, „ Swiss and Juckonet embroidery, Linen laoes, ... \i ' " plohiiaidhalrcord. l'iaia Naiu-ook Violiria lawn—fine Colorod BrUUaates, r a Splendid usst. lireubuttons, velvet, *ilk, glass. Biiaw'a—a large variety, including mourning, K altera*—colored shuwls, *ty, including the fdjustabl* White Jackonot, White Swisa pU Crouharred Nuioaook—fine, and the richoot pattern*—colored lhawla, Hoop aUrli in variety, including the tdjnstat Fosiery- black ailk,...

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

"Mr* * ' * * |r. \ -V t.. ^ • - -JL ' * « • * -■vV« A'" ? 2* ■•>*'' • *„: Jjr X I I I ■3 ■■ ■N LATEST NEWS. JVfc/rt f/i< JifHJjlrcUte. Paris, Nov. 27.— Monitrur in nu nlito- rial,f*prea «*a ihe belief that Grant's poliey will be to beat the wounds of the late war, by ineasui es of conciliation; the same pa- py: MVS that Lope i is strongly intrenshs etf at "vT.lelta nna nill continue the war eltor fall. AnpuoU. (in. !>«•'. 1.—Ciil'iinbia and Aol'h-; * lluilload litn h<-d from Columbia tn OrsmteiiUe, t«-n n>ile from Vuguatn vibi-re it connect* nith S. C. Uaitruud and tiaina ran lbn ugli t wril*y. Washington. Per. I —I tiler mil revenue 1 ureau on receipt of advioe* from U. 8. District attorney for Texas. stating that re venae officials tlntr aigtinUy failed in • ollctiting revenue and i i o«h fr-.udu exist. In response bureau haw givrn instructions ID Maj. llelger. newly npimiutod supervisor, 1o inquire into the mutter. Ilays City, I)<*c 1.—ties. Cuatar capt- ured "t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 March 1869

p m&iamm * 4li*r If C' • Li rrf-2 A J 'f " • 3 / I {' I j I S3E KPaif / WEI OH1BLIS DeMOBSS, LOW} MtAXiXi oui i BTAJTDAHD or < : AND PRO! >wk.. I0L21 CL1RKSV1LLR, ROD BIT! 1 €0BH*f, fIXJ8, IIICR, 13, 1889, .- its- - - W SO.id. ®MA ... : ;t A Hiem IDE Ah WOMEN. ,ly to his generosity wo the pati«nde«rhio'u Bettina, full o! mind ami jeaihetfca, and m m ii [will not complain, the gentleness that <?*u-N hearty up lifting low, yearning after the From the London Saturday Review, I not roont, and the love which nothiog can "infinite *Uh holes in her stockings And It If olten objected against fault findert, chill. her .hofi^w^tlheel. For whatare writers or others, that they destroy but do Another man wants a collated intol- ssisttertarWiddinss to the usthetic not build np ; that while industriously ligence in his ideal. As an author, an blaming errors, they took good care not tiet, a etndent, a statesman. he would feet i thoughts which had lain brains for moie than half their 'l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 March 1869

fiiij Ml ( t> 1 41 ci?h©;iri f - pit & %j*nl c cir'^Mse &h fcOojsfty no.'dr '■" / '•;i ■ "H *ilLES DE MORSE, .'• h^v-. & 1'HU I'It IK TO It ... ti ics v i £ X,B • <•< r'i-vl to inorSt# - • • • rjt i wwJiOlY. M AIICI1.18tH, f 809. ■ ,- i«' r( j. utity Mm mpmpw "if!v (.1 . on ald-mfe loeugura! and Cabtott 'n v'wh ^ n,ehCnt woe't* InKugursI of i c -i 'Mirch ,!i Resident. There ie do cir.cuudo. ,\r II' }w ,|S '' (O If «>v «r uoM any unnecessary extension ot ,ltlr#ct'v® phraseology. •% F. r the u... *h-*cnergotic, business like attention 01 '-'*"1 "'"•Jcshition of th« political and (i- tty the pntn :e of , r the unbridled %,wtuotion. o*« rlt-.*firi5j inxolrw Cabinet is mostly com posed of He who w iUt funuiiar to ttio people af the coun- *f Christian IT*. hi* hutrenity afl/T. Stewart ought to be capable " '"^ll on the nati y0\jmr of State, li^iosa huar.s. iIiit n good Secretary of the Treas- UteTeei.'Zu^'VncuJ fiiian-.ier, who •rill and extent o >ee oi . • pruu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 March 1869

■aBSET 3 r: siKCL T ol —UOL-. J„n'*" Ml . "" " — IN THEDI8TBICT COUKT OP TH1C UNITED STATK3. Fur (At W«*fcrn Dithirtol Ttxas. _ In Bankruptcy. Iu th* nalltr of J. M. Williamson A Ck>—BAN K.* El'i'T: ltt«,r* IHtlrtcl *f Tutu, ft i This i* to give notice,that a warrant of Bank- runttur wa* Usutd by Douglas* Reeve*. Hcgiale*, of th. D'istrlel court of the Inked State*tor the Vfi Etern district ol Texa* agemst « cstatw 01 J. M. Williamson * Co. ol the County Fuuciu, ami Stale 0' Texas. who has been ndiudgeii Bankrupt* on their own petition, thai the payment ot any debts nod tlie tlcliverjt ol any nropertv belonging t such Baakmpts, to 'heo> or (or their us* unJ tbetwnsferul any property by them are forbidden by law, and that a meeting oi the creditors ot (aid Bankrupts, to prove thmr debta and choose one or more Assignees of the.r Estate* will be held at a Court Ot B*nkru/iUsv to be hotd* at Olarkaville, bi the County of Red L Itive*. aodSt ats ol TtXM, More .> uglane Reevn Em ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 March 1869

nenann ABURU> jfon Vaorancv.— pas remember the killing of. • ■I the bude.ofi man named « time bat year. The tragedy had '* origin in • eontention between the parties bent Mollis Hortoo, an orphan girl, for whom h« deceased, Tho*. Sale, had been aoliog ss tardian. She lived in Ifr, Sale's family,«nd •entreated aa one ol bit ebildren, Her prop- y, whloh waa inherited from her parents,wn* ' *1 thousand dollara, and, by the ju- ■■ , ftestmenls of her gerdian, it wae firstly tnced in Titae Haviofan eyo to tbi< fortune it ij snppo**d Lawler made« proposition of msrriage to Mol- lie Hot ton, and perainteJ in tbe attempt to Ipcasummate ihia design. In view of the ex- treme youth ol the orphan girl (ebe wae then eeareely thirteen year* of age.) and for other \ M*- Sale reeiated the ovettares of This engendered a deadly enmity be- twlten tbe men, and it culminated about a year •go, aa we have aaid, in (be killing of 8ele by Ltwler. Tha core baa been continued from thne to time in the Ci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 March 1869

■s.nSi ni tT .«" -• lij- ■iiflillWIIllmiMliii wisp# :" - -v mgm *v ;'" ■ O '.. I I I I i, I ion nunA ovm i&mi X 1 11L 2 T. C LIES SV ILL E, 111 KIT 1 ft COUNT*, THIS, USUI, 20,1888, ¥■" CONSTITUTION or Tin bT ATE OF TEXAS. FXPAMBLS which existed when lb* can tract ni 8fc XV. No person shall ever b« im- prlsoned for debt. Sec. VIIL The Senators shall be cho- effect during the session at which such ie- sen by tbe qualified electors, hereafter, for cresM shnl I be "> do. the tern of six jeers. These fleeted at _ Sees. XXIX. No Senator • or Represents- be deprived of tution; j thi first election'•h«U be dlvidsdbylot in, "tfl.jM*." membproftbe Legists ^ XVI. .No citizen of this State shall to three eUaat«, w nearly equal as can be. *or5 ecetlgible akt1cls bill of right?. • the heresies of nullification and se« disou <sion; that public order my "be res- tersd, private property and human life pro- tected; and the great principles of liberty and equality secured to us and our post...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 March 1869

V f E FlOllT ABAMA OFF OA ws, because Id not. onscque e outsi ostmast oar moil we haveha orld tioce M Twilvjj d ys tliut oof news, which can be got TOR from the HATTEUAS TON, W CHARLES D EDITOR, fPBOPfft Oar Mtdera genially, will, ed-iwtmMrceount oy Capt. self, commander of the Ahb-tma. of the fj^J^nterettf "We iioWsteami ten steamer, brmallv. if he I piled that lie bad. was in want of responded pro ship was sinking D IIUSBAN OF THE CoKOUCTOll Alp TUt SC CFlTAl-ECEC S "V XTT3t.E ti i-weekly 'at SSTl Lulre CTty, or In thu fl/rtthetweeti that mart-md-the-ttattvras ou SATfIltDA^JttAlUUl, 20-h,"m0 axked her prrendei Inqui ice. tu which ne he wa& that hi*' Onr readers may rapidly, aud that he horae-car romance quar • Persia, " is re- st the iiiug upon Bag- or Asiatic Turkey, aboot one hundred miles Iron the We *u> noUiSrin HKNitY r.lTTl.K. nt ft o#: of UkI River Cc Cof-itmifr. ■ nn u«!C« Ceptnm lo* District Clerk Wha •.of am——* would do foi u« ? Without uity labored orgWiWnt", or ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 March 1869

.vv> . 'I •*" • # I t O 3 i. Wash! of coufusioa, extricab! place i mission U| of the 8u!tra_ wliiclt had com* i. quin knottier ftimt* , , atfng to" an ihnostln- county, Gil., and are making great trouble. itafry i muddle; took ^ . • *r - 111 Lu afternoon, in dta-,7 Certain thieve* have been stealiag the tomb- |r mode of (tiiptiing stones from a eeneterj at Monrosviile, Mo. itutional amendment | — m back from the Hon** on The Eagle and Phunix Mills, at Col- refusal ti that bodj to concur in Senate opibun, Ga.. have d«clarod a dividend of umendmttyts. Over three hours were spent $33,657 34 for the last four monthsof last 1 * *" ~ " " " " jreftr., .■ ■' ■. -'41-Lll L" Oft i.would havo'the effect of passing , , ... ., t joint rtWolution ns it came from the House o n at8 on l'10 Missouri Government lost n million dollars' worth of property last year by the sinking nI O#A«1 l«itkrin to An |I.a H.f ! H!.. River. originally, the other half holding that the pungtef agnation to reasd* left...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 March 1869

I at ouce the form of Dimut ip- £sar«4 amid Mm amok*. Be M come rspidlj from the front, sod now threw him- self into the combat like tbe bloody bound to which 8tuprt bad compared him. tyie cheekt jnrp flashed. hp ejrs fiery. Leap- ing from bta horse, be seised tbo sponge staff o( a pun, from whicball tl\e cannon- eers had been drive*, and uunciMng home a charge of canister, directed tbe gan up- on a cols me or the ene^jr. Before be could firs, aJFedrrsl cavalry- (Mil rede at him, npl'eat twiously at <hi* bare tyaf with tW^fall- weight of bis sa- DauaM* did not try ta Apw bis sword —tbe d^H^t would bare be«i — In bis bands be bad s weapon, aa!'with a swing of the remmer be swept the earalrj- mao from his saddle, lie ft-ll headlong, wrre brpi Mom Vicrmn or thi Ill-Fatkd Mrt- Tli Stbphdcs —Last Friday night a heavy wind storm ri-itrd tbe lakes above this place, stirring up the waters, and caasing ten bodies, victims of the Mittis 8tepbeon disaster. to rise to the sarfaoe. Among them...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 April 1869

''•V |b j },% '"i- U 1 , , , "1( ■rnmwmfe '.y. . A . "* j S3 : if i> •; tpv IT OHiil>ll DtKOBSl. Loara uuu> otr* EDITOB AWD FBOFEIWO*. V G O O o ') T8L.U 8L1KIIVILLI, III 11TI ft I• 81TTHIS, 1PKIL, 17, 1888, THOMPl ■*OjS ANO BLA.CK.MoRE. ,, 0n s'la.!ay, tke 24th doy of January (he usual quiet neighborhood, known i" ' — *% n •' u tis the "Wil««js settlement," in the South part of tltis county, wa« startled by the report that the body of a stranger had be«n found, foully murdered ; the excite- ment bccarao intense ; no man knew the body, nor coaid-this least due be found by which the ji^rderera could be traced. A words issuing from the trembling lips of a d^in^t man are worthy ofsarnast attention. the jfet a boy, I mingled in bad eompo man in that r.ana meeting «ru whole com m aoeouat of-ibj thereby UNI picked men in search <4 lend to sua McKinne; n cha ovary direction eeewhich might picigo. 'A train was started at anfffollowed, until link by link elrcuinstnnoes was disclo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 April 1869

a } . I • I I I I / TIE tun lln i: CffpiNN I MAitciMRb, 180!). | I)KXdHfttliu* btroduj^po the Clar|f- villo Standard, through tb«"me3Tuiu atfSv-f*1 i 'I "V« ^|fi...1K.n|r^Q|.|jrnii will bo kind enough , .,... .t • give id■ foiiic i[ifhrmatffia"HMO^e- of labda withio the lruiit* of yourpcrson- ■"'■■■■ ' ' ul knowledge; the Urrna on whioh * bowe*te*d -*-1 ® ran bo obtained, nd ju facilities, whether timber or prairie, or both. ftets. The induoouiciits whioh I liaV$ waa^iojthe Teipu * Alwinuo held out to emigrants entering Tuns, K P ITOtt BATIUttUY, Al'lilfi, tjtV$*■ 'o'ZTt J.°c "vjit ■■ tolnrtii.n Hi. Hl«iMliiatl r iSafountry is Wealthy—il.e p. ai irj'.' from* (Ul iVnreWoatt 1*«- information respecting Aljo,«l«a, Mfter t ie most healuhy. Or con r« w*e do riot say! ■ — M(t*ideocc ol tliirteea years fh Minnesota,'] . , . 4^J ^ . 7 am getting dwgaated with the climate The that dense mvr t bottom? ayd BWamps are *later* urn ro lonjr hero. ' At the dato of ttois healthy; locaiitiu of this ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 April 1869

—Oman Liverpool Apri firmer but not highax Kb U the planting mr in should not be ■ '<?- T , HI# eported {J^l thata fast sailing propeJUd left here n few Wmi days sines wit%A^|^ Amariean veternii to aid tta/Cabi Liverpool. AjkU 18.—nooh,— firmer, but notlugbei; uplands 12Jd; Or- leans 123d. YmSmDUW ■ ■ York, 1 propose u premium*, to be _ _ for sueh purpoies, tors Of the Bed Hirer Agricultural Indiaidual, ay; — Cotton of CoTfoW I he product of this < ■ ai.UM regular annual U, made,upon actual New' it> It **• ffijf !•> 901 m£f iw i*. r 1'- ton firm at 28 THE isamo rnw&i. •• t ■■ - ■ From iha Bvensvllla Journal, Maroh U3. The telegraph a fe* 4*^ ago us intelligence of a most terrible enacted at LriMfeMo* 10. £$ Ihi ippi. FronuQ*?V &uia B. Ability* learn further det*'\ of the bloody a flair, and w.**** Tnore corructthnn the account ««at us by •^^telteraph. • ; > ^ •*< &9&3.ML. 8-11:5 devidsnce under oath, of the a let December, quantity and meat of tae p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 April 1869

. & P ;> ■#i I I I i £ II I ■ / V $• i f' ft * r k i I lip ji|i\ wpm i . 'cONSTiaSxiON OF TfcXAS,' To b« submitted fbr RatileathM or Rejection •t aa election, to take place on the fnt Moo- dny of July, 1868. ARTICLE IX. f ~ PCDLIC sciioow. % Sec-1. It ibiU bethe duty of the Lesi latoreof this Btaie, to mike irt|i bW pro vision* for the rapport end mainjcnance of • system of Pnblio Free Schools, for the gratuitous instruction ofall the inhabitants of this Stato, between the age* of six anif eighteen years. Sec. 2. There ahall be a Superintendent of Public Instruction, who after the first term of office, shall be elected by the peo- ple „• the firsi term of office shall be lilted bv appointment ef the Governor, l>j snd w'ith the advice and constant of the Senate. The Superintendent shall hold his office for the term of four years. He shall re* ceive an annual salary of two thousand five hundred dollars, until otherwise pro* vided by law. In esse of vacancy in the office of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 June 1869

v mm fi\ ? -I *"Vv *''5*-7|K' *i:*- a, . — **t£i HQ fil IP I \«ga mi A ht <U. "* ■ IliK 11 0HA311I DelOSSE, LONG •HALL OUH B/ WNBH BRAVE ' «4*I>ajfU>OFTHBl '* rg.ai,<if * 4 AND] * -"l . ■M V 8 L 21. 8L1RKSV1LLB, BSD RI ¥ B R C 0 Illf i, T BI If, J BN B , 1 9 , 1869, (pi a tfia N. 0. Sunday Tltttoi.) AFTER DEATH. AN INTERESTING QUESTION OP STATUS* "Ftom the beautiful world," said the From the Heir Orleans Tirael, of May 13. . Sensuous Grot-Is, "I shall not utterly die, f A very interesting case was tried bcforo for bejond Ui power of Mars oomos the Judge Cooley and a jury, day before yes- odi«ft of Hades I shall enter some other terdav, involving a question which has, b.rtly Before the throne of a powerful, probably never arisen in the courts of aay necessity cho vircad of ray now life will other State. CIRCULAR. be drawn arid woven into some fresh exis- tenoo. Not no deeply shall I quaff of the waters of obli vion but that I shall remem- ber the follies, the faults and t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 June 1869

CHABLBS DE HORSE, KDJTOB , & FttOl'KlKTPB i V iLIiS BATIIROAY, JUNK llHh, 1*09. thr w« w« authorised mmudcc Col. b. u. TAI LOR, of ftfaun county, na * enndi'luir for lUprawatative is «lte Con#ic« of t| « Unitedjfttbu ftm 1 hi 3 Hiitriet, Mr We are authorised to announce WM. /. >1 WAIN, an a rnndiiUie for (Nleriff, «t K«J Utrtr i'iiubIjf, at the coining tWlion. SOU We are •Mtlioriu.-d to aoB&uaoe 0K0. T. TODIl, of Marion counly, as a candidal* for re election to tb« cffloe of District Attorney, for tlie tith Judicial DiniriU. > Mu"We intkertteJ to avnouwMtl AIIVIN VKWllT, Em.,(of Bllia county, aa acaadiiiate lor "greM of th/ejuaiud titatca, fro/o b't Cesgrw- • DUtrtct. * We arc authoriitil to announce JOSHUA S. JOHN HON, Sail., of Tilui county, a* a can<!i- _ | fir Oeagrew, from this Cungrttsiaotl J'i - frial of Texaa. S9L. Wo are authorized fo announce Caplabi IIEN IIY LITTLE, aa a candidate for District Clerk of Bed Itiver County, at the election under the new cwiK...

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