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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 January 1871

A ^ # ' £* ■ i') THE fdODARN JOAN Of ARC. A Tj*!u «rro«)w Jnil 'ha* duicribes ens ot !bo Fi«neh wouieu of the u^c. I had heard-a peod ninny run ors o« tl c lidicu'oos uiode.o "M* d r.l Origin*, Jean of Are," who ha.* just sppsarcd heri>, but dt I bm tee bcr-til' yeueriay, when I wai meek'y e•■'•l- in^ an >roiu a little shopping ii t' town, t I.curd * ;cod dial o( lAuatirg in tha distanoe and presently esee "f"0 a crowd which was thronging round this young womsn. The pro plo were shooting a irvod 'Id1, hut «!i« mana ped t mske herjtell he.rd, an h« aopsrent.y powc.-seil good lang«. Sbo w..i* Handing oc a doorway raised hy a little fiialit uf s'eps iftiove Ihr crotyd, and leaning on a banner, ufler tli attitude of bar celebrated pr"touoc in picture# cf the corona1 ion of Churls* Vil. Sbo is a v- ry I oiidroni", tall ;'~Japr woman, irtth the fl ij'nnjf eyes. whita teem «od oli e chcek of lu'y. Hit -night bo a pretty Italian boy, dretwd up to ac; aa a ttirl, bit for • he masse* of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 January 1871

rHE CHARLES De HORSE, VII. 2*. SYTlfl9-™ tl ^alvf!!t"n *vw - .OTS FHOM LIFE AK-D TIMK8 07 DAVID G BURNET ilrat Pretidant of ths Bcpuallc.6/ Sc=;o. BX A. M HOBBY. Judge David (J. Darner, the must illusv trious historical personnel' of the- Stiro. died in thin «Uy.,.on the f tb inst., uttlu- jrcdiilopco of Sir. Preston Peri y,in the BIIil year of his #«e. The life of ihis wise and uood man has Veen marked by varied and eminent ilis— tinctons. Its length htn exo "'ded. by many years, tin* term usually allotted to mun. The Senior of Houston, tain ••• no l Jouc't each of whom siueied d him in the Presidency of I ho R> public, be h c survived by iieiuly half a generation a.i the only survivor, save one we b* l<eve of tliot-c who could i/ive us their ex peri enccs iu Texas in 1M17. * • • * . • * * * The political history of his lif«* is recor- ded in the chronicles of bin t'O'in'ry, ami indeed so interwoven with the events of her revolution its to in vol v- the necessity of a brief r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 January 1871

i alirs 0 .Vri Miit r will U B ' n g; t I 0%e„.-,:„t) of the tiiii thai: j? it* ooujcjm, tier* I fnceful revolution; but .(he - i s Our r#M« Tun Lake«iuk Mo v. tern MooiLl/, conies to ui from .... ■ ' a ye*., or 2<> ceute a uumber.- LATEbT JKKWb. PiiSSENTS. JUSTr^ cW«J itiiM vtry «W«>Ve Utft Pc«t 1 ha ni!imenH lor lli* CHAHLE9 DE JifORKK, £ D 1 TJ* ® * P ft 0 P Ji I f; y o 1 ■ Wgcr f ln.-f i dvfeired iL c ore strident 'lookiug well. The UbU t f cent ! will b.M r,n e t!.e juwrsure upon I ha irony, ,*&«*• "Mj. Starry day* ; it a r , j and ibe mora ilangTous the seeds of tits- 1 . Father P rout ,• How X followed i before us for Junuary 'Tie on-1 LooJon JaB 7_ShiP St. Thurston. J «tta M««gi* [** \ ftfa* a; act its of articlvs o! aprectical *-(roiu >\ow York, wrecked-to U.*i*tul chao- u ^ir,,«ie ii Female Pnete.' | cord Mvtiiif; the batartl feeling of e^m- ^ ^ ^ ^ V I Xi J1..E t'>u&«'.y of inttrM, he'ween ell the parties to the com (if ut of tjovernmeiit. BATUftOAV...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 January 1871

■T - !L . * K %jm Ha. ipyp wiiiiiii ■ n —a—gpi l>u«ov's FaxiLY Bittck.-:,—This ( . « fau.rius itchi*vw! a popularity Httpm itu '>bv othar preparation i-ver inti'iluio to ilte public. As a pttr'Rer f tho liitKul liWil ai h cure for dygptipsin, it h lnfaih M«, :n fever an<i uguo, or diseases of the lii Iney* its efficacy lias Jjfen tested l>« tli'itt-iamlt, and wn knci# of no m- dime l&at lias ttcliiovo i jo -fuvorahii? a reputation hor«U, South, font and We ; t it iii t: n(>/ ii *UJ appreciated, mid wo m y j:«t■!, wiii,« out exaggeration, tIiii t "Kviwvboily T U>« It.'' hi 4ta Every es D n i\ -1. «*■ v.- ,i u? ' ' ■ <**#***& V & * ■ I. • *ft ■ ' I ^ , A Friendship I.od;te No; 1*1, 4. F. A A. , T , hild their stated m<*:CinijB on I li- S*t Fri-iny in cvtji mailtu. Transient Intliii'ii in cch U tu.j.< 11. are cordially inviui'i toattinid. MT*. II. S.v . LY, \\\ H Tom A. Oastm, ikc'y. BoiaTVArij Lodge No. Art, I. 0. 0. F . mi-.; every Tuesiny eveni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 January 1871

M^P11 7V< J \ S fc, ■ ■:M: ttrr declined o lie wri'ten upou its page* 6y the hahd ol * Buinei. The «An<o insorip •ion in in ibe full round buicl of the Inih. 1 bineilt ; "William Es'o Hurnot «m L iiitl at Spanish Pari, nrnr Mobile, ON March 1S06. A victim to so unhappy wsr, and 1 only aui left w>t ei.J dr«i!atc ! 01. ! God, Thy will be done. end give iuc jjracc In *ub> wit cheerlully lo it." Tbu* rjdder.lv uu>l violently wm sundered t)>« tut liak f..tt bound lis to earth and homo* Of the friend* d (tie youth not one remained ; be bad urv ived them all. Ilit miUj n>arbliw rtu Cu ibe lipt (bat he had preased la their bloom : And the names he ! ■ vcd to hear ll*v« Bean carved for many a year • m the Unb. Of bu esrly political a «oeia ee not a aufS eient number ootild bate, boon found to have bono bu remains to tbetr Salt renting plaoe. - ; V We (hall gate no more with Wijh'oH lb.it countenance. which beamed in life with «hn blended raya of goodooiw ami btel uenao. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 28 January 1871

W fjj* : CHARLES DoMORSE, loaro shall oua banner bha' 70L. 29. QPWPn ni? HONORABLE JOHN C. CONNER, OF TKXAS. DELIVERED IN THE HOUSE REPRESENTATIVES, DEC. 19, 1870. OF fjfc'V Bouse of Representative«, December Gth 1870. MR. CONNER introduced the following joint resolution, and endeavored to sccure > it*'consideration at once. Under the Rules of the House this required unani- mous consent. Objmioo being made, the resolution, upon motion, of Mr. Con« per, was referred to tho Committee of Ways and Means. This resolution met, with general comment from the press of the country, the remarks of the New York Tribune culling forth the loilo*;nt- vindi- cation from the Texas Representative in •wjr>port of J>*« poM^r*Ts",in behalf of bc agricultural interests of tho south and West. Be it Re$olve<l, by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of Atneriea, in Congress assembled. That from and after tho first dry oi January, A. D. 1871, the articles of Tea. Sugar an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 28 January 1871

CHARLES DE MOUSE, EDITOR * PROPRIETOR OL ABZ6 "V ILLE SATURDAY, JANUARY £*, 1871. TA"I>BEW & Co, $1 J"rtk Pew, Kern Y rV (|utlj ft,r t|4„ critl(ing ycar • rr raclucivc lor tit* Htl.Jard, for that ... ; . City, pin! for it, lot our old _ , __ ; most of them been accustomed to its pros-1 1h> Gisa^War. , , , ... . , . Mail after mail.'we look awxiOuidy for w Hi-,Ul t,,("-v *"**" 11 HSt sign of« t«n,rnaiU.B 10 .he Great an '^parable perquUte of their tiwi-' ■ . *ot • 0a,,• " | tBT Diatilet Court cottmences in Bowie We ire forcibly reminded by sandry ebuntj on Monday next. poltto "statement*" that corns to ua br ' mail, that tbie is the first month cf a tew - Ii A i -V LATEST NlKA'8. ' *' mrntmmmmmmi ondon. ha, 14 —Advices frim array _ _ ______ Tbwfro _ tm>. 2* S*t""" T* 'n°n T'W"? IfSSSh*'S "> Mj j sj« gs per,t4io«s that a new volume hasjuSt open*' ®row<5'lt nothing fr,J® Dallas or b?yonl • cJ; bus (here ia little in the attention of | 8*1 «'' Sherman and MeKinney ,,T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 28 January 1871

HHif it'-11, m t • • f 1 i ! '• ■ )V| Ijj 1 ' • v.r f STEEIi ENGRAVING OF CENHRAL HOBPftT E. IBS. Oat ItMo lbi( U £ub«crihffw remitting JI for om vear'a au'i- antipti.in to Tue Sot'Ttpia* P e«, an I.lniuto I Weekly Jojrn.il of 4 ) co'uoni. Ga i. It >!ur. B. Lee, Slxtt) inclm, t jrw vrle I in a eesurj cn <, postage paid l y m, Tliia numbsr «ont ii:ti a jar;^ finely executed likenea* rf General l.er, e.t- jtnwd.by a wltillful arti«. fr.im a photi^r tn'i, expressly for The Picia. wit'a nu ouilit'tj ul his life, and nn account of hi< ob*e |u:ei. Single copies, |U ordure I oarly | forwards I m any a I drteagp receipt of 10 can *. B iarsfjtia Cvuvav Ei'Tg want.'il in avury county iu tin 8>ut'i, to *I"W liberal liat.of pre.uiuma ia odero i in th a issue. ■ Auoar«s . . THE SOUTHERN PRESS, lta'timore, Md. Every booyTakesIt! IN THR DISTRICT ^PURT^OF .THE UNITED ST A TES. For the Wettern Di lrict of 7'ex<t , an. At Tylerf 27fh January 18T1. The croditoj* ol tlio following named ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 28 January 1871

? Wr' ' 'NUM; mmmmmmmmL.-, , ,. l-Viir.irjs l ii. !4; — Tl c wirld cilia at trntion lo the heavy export a of jb. ei lit u.It | froan ibis port dating the few weiks p;«t— j tnppo-ed 10 meet lbo demand* of the German ! ■rmy, r.nJ also to provide (or tfce rc*provi i«e.' j inrs li 1'atis, wl en nilitary cventi there rcaeh : tbvtr culminating print. j l'or weeks put (jays tbo editor) 're have; I'tei' exporting flour at an avrrago i*tc id j netrly fifty thrus-nd barnls, und ahcat. nl t'ic i rule ol half a million biuhc!« per wc I-. 'J he export of provisions hi* a'to been twr&mii— j more than right thou*aad barrt:!* nn I tieriv< t rl pork and ttef.iud nmily lite n i l o i pounds j 11 Won,'la. d, c! ce<ie m, IniVtrg iuff oaf purls 0u;tig hat witk— the total value of tl o expo- la of the wetk bi ing o.oru fl.t u live mill ion dollm* in gold, or wnro than d-.-ubl-> the valna ol (tie corresponding week in 1m',S. Tin Wolti.M. however, want* tho turn- ninnily opniiHt ijecciifiil np...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 February 1871

si. W'r 4 W- OHABLES DeKOBBE, Z.OH9 SHALL OUH !*^T '■ v>, aaw ;«*W" V ■■k*m P%: #Sl TOL. 29. ILlEISflHi, RED RIFilSoTV, Til AS. FEBRUARY 4, 1871, UN OFFICIAL JPIUSNCH INDICTMENT AGAINST GERM AMY. M ' ir of «« French msyaftorwardsbe treated., a ser• "j — i. - *.« - ' to the agents of France abroad. It is Totirs, Not, 20,1800. We make the sing cztrtcts t What does Prussia, then, vent 1 The Sot- ereIgn against whom the King had declared he exclusively made Far has fallen, and with him his Government. The army which he IjanTdMlared he did not wish to attaok, anda GoTcrntLent in whioh are seated men to whom belongs the SPfcaving opposed with all their stiength the undertaking which mnst coTcr the curia oe of our country with rains.— What must we believe T Can it be true that pur enemies really with to destroy us? Prus- sia ha ho* nothing mora before her than draftee. It is, thsn,>gainst Franco her- relf, fgalnst the nation armed to defend its existence, that Prussia bss'dcclared th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 February 1871

5 * IP*® - Sr***- fefi .n>"f!sswti ... Efl R i •& m ♦ _._ CHABLH3 JjB ^OESB, - i t o n .t ik a o i n i *: ton PifT""""""" r ' r "mmmm-mu' « .**>. , g^:-; trial pr«ftjr^f9. Bilil [ U'aitrl/«ffUi«n. ;*! iie wr «l lot-^^aasry QjM -'■ y ■r*1"*' Mf£gf|$taiM of too Or*! r of tlto ciuc t- ;.i the fun&t* id <!o!l XL ' '•>''.£# r ... ..'i ..., ,,. «•« , 4f« a it t •'.. > iW. Mr. tWptop, hit-king t«MW ! Kr«r ' Wanted «k, .: !p:. lTri. V .\ ^3 •« * ph«t<;'.-it..n nun r «m- it-cres.'. , t--*n ' •; ..- !« i,> . *.••. .j ...,.|, !&,i.,, tJP-**' '' C-j^r-t woAl com row?- o® I thank yon (or ihi'i opporttaiu'v of s> c. ^ - * ''r1 ** p. Vha *ia*Um#t.l ] ..^j dav of thn -■<■ TMX wn ci r->i'. gUjaM ' .'■>*_ '! ■;■ . ikr ' . ',>1 •-.. . : $ . -v^' ■■■ a j-; y c^?s*e sk ■ ^ajny* j0&*mses vtry bricHv*, " f-.w i- „•'. M.; ?-<*• •«-•«• th«w lur-is^i ■gggj| *'*■" "' "** S^r- ■ limits V ILLS rr.net fiihi* ti.t> i;n,: p ,i,'i oahutaJ nec !j of tho Sou.!...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 February 1871

3-ASD S-iOSl oui St. Loci ■, v?ry foil Hoots V/aU.^iira-'fXij'i, BojIs, 1 ___ m and Hrog-.m. iuUdh^-aU <;jt. * " : ' - ■i Kin tnnfc&co'8> and Hutf Boo , I irriie* Goat. luff au<1> hoi j tli-ck J0\1 Cal't . - j *?' ■ ey on.I p'*>n in variety. ami .Siia.t'a Bfc g.wis -a'.l nir.js. . ethostock l •0&A8. Del MOW iWl. Air*ionvESPOosT"' IOTHISGI .«• •• EEK. ' .Ino black Frock",1 .icivy'Ulack Uii-H. Sicki. o-tn fJlnok olotii Veal*, block tilknnd Sal in Wats,, heavy block Be.ivor, pants, Fine black die-okia .:i' ino Scoth Ciotcb Suits, Helton Co. a. " (< arris " Von" '• " mil •• «• toy Suit*—vary cboip, i t Suits, very good. JfttMtr * . y CuiuJpaatt estra. scvmyspd/Takcs It! tSSg £3^?? ;v*'; a f >>* t IC« J 'V ffnf. taiil it j >! itjrtUj Utiiiii fcsji* t* «i j DV^JSIIIY akp FLU?;. jjps? lis? :d fey; it k u ^ ros attu iv *.5.i. aai oaisTs. lt<SW4rTV9l:i) BT XX c. I!RA"S)Y vri CO. LcrjKiViLi.r:. cv. k WMMttuxtuMa-a: si.Trjja^ tatvu/j*« IviSWjHtEElx I WJTER...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 February 1871

Basis' Mm^n^r-"" V - ) I UJL L1U1 California. looking oicM ttiat it bas teen ihipneMt of tbe Gist I ■B-g jap •ilk ; tho raisii of citlou.nnil ufuoture of I back over 1870, rc- during the yt*sr tlu< bale ot' heme raised of l!ie fir*; successful crop lie fleet succeas ia tho mat.- t aajrir. (■ Jf;. In M- ff§l i . JtmE W- % * r x'\ i ^ ■ \'S Memorial tables of Qeneral tt'aslim*- ton and Robert E. Lee. have been insured in tko nmu of Ch. ut Chnrch at Alexin* dria, on either aide of tho chancel. Both these renowned Virginian* were once com- municants of this ancient o'lartli. It ia raid that Georgia has recuperated mow rapidly tinea the close of the war than any Southern Sratc, and her planters are in better condition than thoto of any 6!her Sratc. She has consumed more commercial manures in the last Tour years iliac «li the rest of the ?otton States cooc- bine I. |T The extraordinary rspid growth of the PuciSo States is one of tin in >sf remark - able events in ton history of this...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 February 1871

*.v Tfe > • *" m t , :■ h ! I 'fl I '4 h i &j CUIIKSULLE. RED R IV E R Ifr.l.i, TEX IS, FEBRUARY 11, XHE uQVERROR'S MESSAC•E. J:r t *os*ion of your bo.lv, Ins not bee put- in oporatiouiheevHe ot t iil'ire to miW on ti|)|>rb.p> iiifion therefor. Thu constitu^ tinn having provnle.1 this oo: f • I* tlid ordinary tiixtn). tne capitation tax tin* the income I'roat t. Ir* School fund. shall bj *nrt>i?n«l <h needed.' lor tho education Tn omuliance with ray duty under the j giKJU.OOO ; nnd hs the p-dl tax an I one- >eho!ustsc inhabitants of tho State. thtj Coir' ituiioii, I now transmit the ou*to-of the other t X"a at.*, by tjie- C« ii f w nn tniivcuMon ahroaithat «b« e«w •-t . erooni of the condition of thej stjtution. • «! apart for sch'd pot oases, ' <Uer i'i 8233.« addition to.lhc S'a'e 'ax f y H71. of. say _____ threo nines the amount pay a ll) fur that FvurtTivK ornm I !y <r> ' . AU8TIJ ; Jan. 10. 1*71. h The Comptroller, in answer to an .0* • j r . a qu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 February 1871

_H3i f-*r ■WW ttte&tioa to the reoo>nmundatjoae of my last era! acts, of the most unrent oeoeasity, correct solution mes<«ge. The asylums should be • xtcndcJ without rendinz, and sinco have discover 0f the General (it ao aa to furajsh aeopmaioaa'toBa to all parties c,j very ntijeclionablo Ica'uren in soirt of . ., , - . „. j [gjtersg'ltgfrf fOPr S >«•• Manr or the private act., Wind. ! lL; ooanty ad ministrations j 6f\ho P*4**""-. * f"" «h>d with I fhiloO to sign, were doubtless merit-ir- '"*e ®*!i■'"u^ lUt'ilrt more money. • " <1 and improve imii. a rut should become lawn. A great «'* consequently more onerous tax atiou to1 Tas ttsa&tes «. ••• % tltO | nnrint thj Btate Gov j MtakHmm i'_ u-1- -i-A WW *oe cowon < •11 the moat ■ wants. At | least does noi .iTl^flSaSr of ™ ortho i...1i<ritniaaU p^ of « - Ae UltcrtKhoTAugust la,' •1,0" Jin- ,l,e ru,p- tt'l,,uh wl "re,J ,,,M" itior a to that a-ylnm 'Mi> '' «•. on aa many Hoparj.ro days. I ho ,, o*inK re *&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 February 1871

.v- T T *"85 :ifp;'#; r i r •i ,v Bli AC imiOM or FAKHKIaBir, Tlw Mnntnhii heraiofor* erating Mwm Bailey and Pat'ersoi, at .'one h ro Texas, is tk!« u> disno'ved by mutual ron«ent. Mr. HaiUv has charge of a'I bo** a and pipers baloag'u* to (be tirai and beo-wse* rcapooaiole Ijt all debts cjotractei t>v tb« firm. R. BKII.EY. j. u. PArrERSON, Joaiator >. Texas. Deo. 19th 1*J0 Ko !>—2ts. ma STOCK 07 BOOTS AND SHOB? Irn iv, fro* Boetta an J St. Louii, very full Hock of .t Gent* IW:< -Ores* Boot*. Water proof boots. Gnii R >ta Mud Ho >t<. . "'ft y B •* . Shoe* and Rragtn*. Ladif (itvu Polieb—high cat. Uair •* M '• Huff k Kin mid boo'a," Miseea tVli and dull' Boo.a, Cbil<ir^n> M rrooo. boat, Buffaod bol > stock Copper ioc-1 etc. Infant's lancv and p'aln. in va-iety. Batcbe lcr anl Prog-ioB—a 1 sixes. pall and ace tbe t jc ! CUAS. Dx MOUSE. Jan. 2Hib 1871. ^ m VERY ATTRACTIVE STOCK. CLO.IHIHG! Caw J* Ton Win. Gent's floe Muck Vrooki, " he ivy Bl«ek Ca-«. Rm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 February 1871

'.ft. "'J i. JUaiiuiap Nkw#.—Tfca lnllo*ing"lclrjrt..u reccivod irvm JaJ^o 11. W. <i« v nod VV. II •)«hc*OQ, iCk<|.t of this, city, now at Au-.tin was received by*8.im F. Moreley, Esq. • Avan.'i, Jan. 211— Fulcra! Court m'ain- oJ ibc light o( ll.C Jlruij liis on J Ml l'dic road to £• art^f Yuila. Wt -V ec&iutccw soon *a *c mc omiiicJ.'—Jiffinwn Jl< rsld lawmen claim* to bwre o!J 811,500,0011 wcnh d fcco'k fen 1 r.liong lafCyc.sr.aod inqnirc* tl latan what i-lio ih'u.ks ol il.av . Yer aiiies Jan 2'.) —'I' o (Jcrman troop* '• curled il-.e fori* arouid P ria at 1j o'clock thi* wcroks ,v. m y. ^ • Ym . ill uuuu u.ii iuj FOUGHT JiETWEF.y THE RAVAGES OF DISEASE AND 0\ 3. WX <Se CO."a, POPUIAE BESEEBIES? ' m: • rm HRMKDIliS AG AIX VICTORIOUS! IISEASE n JMP/.ETELY POUTED. J. V, W1ZDER & Co s WESTERN TOXIC, -..,.... . rorthe on re of ('tills I'evw. Fever Ac1"1. Tho, ci.iir/s parri on <f Furls excepto j jvRennitem bVv r, Intiot.ittout Fewf and ell di e"*'« off it-'.••ni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 6 May 1871

BE STANDARD OF THE FRED to WO SHALL ova BANKER BRAVE CHARLES DeHOBSE, Ir 1 I 1 > ■' $ . CL IRKS VILLI, RED RU B I 80IINTV, TEXAS, MAY NO. 18. | ai xc REFORT OF TUB 8Ah JJOMINGO COM- MISSION BBS. ■v.f The following it nummary of the report l0J .of tho Sen Dcmirgo Commissioners , ■ 'W , The report opens by giving Use- resolution ' under which tr.o commission was eppoiutod. They travened the Dominican lUpublio from^ 'tend to end, in >11 directions, by agent* or in Arson. The" apent ievcrul wetk* at the .itil, in do* c.'m'erence with the Presi- jJcb «of • •« *o«; V 'TO^Bt, .In fj^ 43 • placet, in constaut intercourse wiiU tLe t...op i:, und taking testimony. Tho present povorumciit ifl lu theory a con* rtitutional republio. According to the eoni>ti tution, the government it divided into threo braoohca, legislative, executive and judicial. 'I ho firat consists of a Piesidcnt and Vice President, elected by so cledtcral college for sin-veers. with a difference of three years in ^b...

Publication Title: Standard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 6 May 1871

^v. it • / T r** «< .-* «*? ^ %-: + ■ ' i m* *.: T f A. - UI. -iiijl iJ^Hiii wnm&m K- . CHASLEe DE MORSE, 4S-P I T O li i PBOPIUKTOB. (CLARK8 V IXiLE FATI'RD.VY, MAS 0, 1871. .TAl'DKKW A f'o, l'nrk Ko , Nrw York art txelonlv* ageata far Mimlinl, fur that > •H «xclt Tha Oid ChJr.B attll Putfit .have lived in Texas several years, let that tl«? prerive statement ni^ht dls * ,close w Rjgo while our friend* i"iy we look *i.young set unity jc>i:s ugo, we %t'1pht give piecii* date.) anl it. all It Urn* Lapsed, wo have toted ih il few ^ _yf Jejtfli, ajd'-arc lO^foUt.' m In the early dhysef the Rsfubiic. it sas not uncommon for people tired 9 f lurd 1i*ing, to tftnke eaorifice*, aad "g> New k'erk. ■ 4 mtammws tm mm m and Dlmmitt, und Addison White, and who ore tired of the long series of oppres- R. R. Royal 1 and Bailey Ilai demon. and aiona, that these fellows chow their hands C Ivt.t, and Souther! ittd, an-1 Montgom- ifnlljr nr.* ; and ihui cloae up th« hilh.w cy, and T.J. ...

Publication Title: Standard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 6 May 1871

jruK ? j ■Mi f April 29. — A fr-wb «oo*ojr oPfreooh eiritooeif from Gcraiaoj. arrive j at Cherbourg Ly ms. | Vcrssiika Government lint ottered the pro. ! vuibii'Dg of Paris by the S-rine entirlv atop- I |>fd. It Uiini&tlM uojui >a of the m ini n"ip*l elcc- ♦ ion Id Havre, the workmen who arj partisans of lbs Paris Commune have is ucd ft revolu tioHMj address. No dirtmbanco jot. Pari*, April 20 —ThU moraiofihe ojr.non* adin* "ea-j'J aluntcthe whole lino. Hie Southern tnrta are in a dilapidated eon- liitiun, ami it is hlieved they will soon ha uu Viiable. The f„rts will, nodur order of the t'ouminno, be blown up in easo its troop* are 'obliged to abandon them- Earth wot In havo been conat-uc'cd to replaoo them, 1- tbcro rnilxay has paid tiic flfjf.010 f: i*i .;i. the Lynns lUilrjad tho <11)2 O J'l itodrd by the Commune ()tbcr lioe< hivu paid the Kums a*'et cd m-io thru:, excrpt ihe Wcs'.cru lluilroad,* Licli villi be *c- quc.tfrated. ^ New (Meet)', April 30 —Tl.ciT mc*...

Publication Title: Standard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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