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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 6 May 1871

m LATEST NEWS. Fruits and Flowers. ioint eotn- fjfuirjnof ui~ ersh} which in the cetitro in five n mi traces or six feel higher than on the sitlei. The rpp the « InUrri'.ed in the cultivation ol n ouna[ esi ► l„ l ,1.. X and Fiowam m North and bu.«lrrn lex: ic appoint- i0l,en.1'",8 cut 1U cluiiou tbroig < resentfully invite a i<erusal of tb« foil' water rutli- h dii un^h with. 11 roar like thun dvr, piling iuelF up in the inuldic, in the Washington, April 21—The tniitcc of Congress on Koutherti met to day and organized by the appoint- | . im.w > moot ot Senator 8.coit as chairman. A | f!'ont, fai "\t0 , If* nerwunent secretary, w« also appointed. It is dccided that th next meeting of the cotnmittse be held May J71li, hut :i sub • oujtniitee of seven compose! at four mem • l.ors ot the House and three Senators is urianged to meet the 10th of May, fa mo «lay on wbveh extra session Senate is call- ed. The lojir members of tho House are Maynard, 8oSfiel<l, Widdell, Vooibee*....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 May 1871

CHABLE Sj.DVMOBSE, l vrr q>ondc:.ct ■]/ Oie SpriivtfiM{ Aras*,) Itepull can. AN INTERESTING LETTER. LONO SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVB New Obleanb, March, 1871. "Notwithstanding the fact that the cotton crop of tbc current year is one of the largest •aver grown, already indicating an amount of over four tnilions of bales, a largo proportion •ot which will seek tide water by way Drlcans, unload at our levees from our Steam .1)0818, be ra-sliipped, handled, sampled,^ sold tad shipped irotn here—yot there is a^ cry from till sides that the business or the city ii "unsatisfactory/"' People complain 6t poverty, >tal estate rapidly declines, now _ enterprises tto not f tanuc'l, no houses, aro built, and the ehy, unlike moat Ameiicaa towna, s.'ems to havo been completed and set anart to dcosy. •x/i Itifti i!>c uJaiii of tlda dullness aro com- plicated aud verious, but aomo of tbem aro so plain that the simplest mind can readily sea them. • v This in a vast, rambling town «small home*, wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 May 1871

. X 1 I t r- \ .'Mk t>i boukiau* *iive." ' point £tro:igly—so, strongly. that if a Southern Democrat had to illaftrated it, he woul i havu been | le t>f MaaMobuwil* what fh.-y lliey w iuiil urvor have left tio-t. Ilia is retting tho I.'ut the South *.b 3s . * t* uj conditio > U.-X-J ouwLer, and we Wn only hrftpe, there Is enough of far s. *tng patriotism tad si iudepeudenc.! a«n n<r o«ir Northern trtlh to renin the assault upon tbe citadel oi flWAMM DB BJORSK, B D IT O K Jt PH O PH 1 K TO R. .imcuticcu as an inciter of tit sawder ami j institution*, the principle ot divided but eo n.-ur4tta accomplice of the Ivu Xlux J eurrstit powers. ILLE 'SATt'RD.vy, MAY 13 l**l. TAKDKKV/ & Co, St I\iV. i- Kt Y«* ar* exclusive'afiealti tut *>•• >'*>• •* ,<v ,it Cily, Oer Table Ye: * bit J;d the people of Boston do I Fi urc A. Setll 'fF, Bookseller at Hash is, 17 s and for what have they claimed | we ha ve two pamphlet* upon tho orlj i&rasT Mtwfe. 'aris, May u—I'iKh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 May 1871

wm tr" i,./ •i uv IMPORTANT* I)BO I810NH.—Tho Soproifio ' Court of tho United States has recently deci- ded three coses of great importance to thia community, overruling tho dcoisbns of oat Supreme Court, They hare decide! that Confederate notes are of value, deer cj lug that their market or purobaaablo vol no be ascot- tained at the date at which they wero recei- ved; they have dcoidsd that promissory notes, {he consideration of which was lot1 the pur- chase of slaves, are vu'.id; and, uut, thoy have decided that Our prwor'n*tion laws were suv pefidod during the (JtisUUvo ol war, and i,hey have lixcd the petiod at which the w-tr ondej to wit; 25th August, 1855:—N. O. Tiuics, A Virginia editor, noticing the statement that ti^ht lacing saves tho country §2,000,000 annually in board alone, says >t i) a villainous and habitual too, He knows a g'n 1 who bo<* so tight that hie arm will go arsun l h-Tr tvtice and lap over clear to the c'b-V; and one wouldn't think, to lock at her, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 May 1871

T r m 1—X POL #5 'i i, u *) ? Af gU^m --4. ~ s~ ■y\ r )'k TICS, aud ia evvy ease c* H*'° f* Ri'i'ullin—^;ct..r.| „ . the Cuea imposed und cllcctca sball'po vTbdf „rutll (J; r'' Comcjiuco ,ho trc^Wthe count, ia wh= ' . IOt re- orR.n,«,t,on andibo.^,, r. / offered bjt Gea. Job- .solution* Weite '•>«t tbe udet*- .. Cochran# in effi ct aitttc .aiinnion o1 the State Com- % lL '* Uf\ r€ 1 t I IBS* .iia are* WftsUucsf f proLibit k<3j£iqg w hearing arum on '• C bet tM pi6tn:*c*, or at hu or Iicr own bu<inetA cor to prohibit Sheriff* or other re% '•°W vjilaors, and otlit- civil iffi.em fruo (K a bl-all Dot be any ftnon TO th'n} Jo ci nil u .ui# afon o.' It.' M " a ci ^U.-.hargo gt flit*:ri"«tffi8al Uutio« r.or to t)r.>- !j . , . i :i ;. .. . . ,. . I have g;.nn uii'vcrttti aaiisfVtioii dissolve tbo trgulir U<f ubllca« ..gaoicnttm if tbe city of New Yoik.ond to err ate another. without cuuso and th- cot power, is nn act unjircccdvrtei .to U® | P™*1'1® lurthciy 'Lat members of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 August 1871

■fejMij'' . M / **£*aL« jf, -ft- %■' TP: ie' v4 y ri TJ • -• 'Tjm---- I SpStts i k *. %¥; GH1BLI 8 DdMOBSE, LOWG SHALT. OUR BAWWB* BRAVB STANDARD OF! EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR Mr SfL TSfj L. 29. CLAEKSVIL1B, B E,,8 II F1 E CI BUTT, TBliS, ABfiCST 5.1871, SO. 31 THEPO cifrc ALBITU ATIOBTT II* SENATOR M. 0. HAMILTON. BSPOBIdCANS OF TJSXAS : Lot <m pause in oar headlong coarse and ascertain if possible w&itbcr we are drift- ing'. Wears yet in the first half of the four gflant term for which the Chief Mag- istrate was chosen onder the new Consti- tution of the State, and find ourselves con- fronted on all sides by the evidedces of low is this ? We took ■ei*ldi cpntent. -Charge of the government under very fa- {'orabie circumstance?, having a large ma- ority in both houses of tbe Legislature, mismanagement of public affairs Mid gen- Ho" rern Vorabie circumstances, having a largi sla tith" scarcely any debt and nearly half a Billion of dollars in the Treasury. (- This is not the place ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 August 1871

f J* J V CHABLES SE MORSE, EDITOR k PROPRIETOR. OLABgSVILLE. 8ATURDAY, AUGl'ST 5:b 187-1. TAf.DBKW K Co.. Ill r re rxcluthte agent for Park Hew. New Yoik. the Mundnnl, for that FOB CONGRESS JOHN C. CONGES, of Grayson County. Tribulations. Our late friend of the Paris Examiner is ami xpccial pleading,anil the little person- al disinclinations which imlucc men to fcay that they will not support the great objects of a great l'arty,which,labors to disenthral the land from the damnable despotism of a mots igaorant, unprincipled and lapa- cious organisation which it oppressing it, because for«octb,they do not like the agent chosen to carry out some part of tbe work, as the Heavens are above tha dusty earth. One is calqp, placid and be* nignant, the other the very concentration of littleness and selfishaeei. Now if any of these little men ccnnot expand themselves for the time,to lbs great work before us, demanding the loftiest, self sacrificing nBiri, in God's name let them go, and burrow ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 August 1871

jrjtfrtTH euera! Lee 1-f ,/bwi ..i.ilcally ' rth i iBLR STUM insists SAW MILL'S \NP G1UST J11LLS, ; In New Ydrk Horace Of*-*-'? having uriughj* l.Vj^cher'Huied the fersanal verjKigli terrni. ' Mr«. Keck'T.tlie'manW.urer. All .<® fo<^**rvabt o^Vytfaal Lincoln rfmo- put m i | .ration tr.* 1w, mroto f m ah* ber life at the guaranty TAYLOR, Agent. tonr. * ArfTMK .. lltntT Wartlj A ' w. utin^ the moat aupertor I ortable I ; , «■ J\ Kn>iin .and >*v Hdit can hav* the °H>°r* I t'uariatar < f **■_ J . .w a(>w jir*t from the utaeLinerv warranted, and u( charge. Satisfaction ,. ite House, eays in this book that pn 'be *% vtnoi ning of the im 4nat ion Mr. Lin-~ **tbk *p a, pai\tait uf fien«ii al Leo, . ,,ii etl ibtt (ace thoughtfully.auJ remark- ■■SS <-It is a pooilface ; it is the lace of a brave uiun ; .1 aui «!u 1 the war is over at last. . STEREOSCOPES, views, ALDrMH. CIIROMON. - IRAMKS. Co.m MoixmK Rodckrb.vIio ecnductud the re: <*cnt atuck on the (.'oreau fori*,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 August 1871

WW : ' % ■■ 1 :f I $ ■ ■X: i J A A \ l-i H (/W tht LuMtoa Hnffar /W| CHINKS* AS WOBKPBS, take the negro labor of to-day as a gener- al tiling, ana it doe* not compare with Chinese. I am satisfied that the twenty* fw Chinamen whioh I have,even nnaeoos- tomed aa they are to the oounlrj and the work, will aooomplieh more in month than the eame number of negroes, from two aimple foots j First, they work much more steady, without the lets of balf Sat- urday ; and, second, they do not run orer their work. IThat they do is done well. These men have given me oomparativoly no trouble ; they are quiet and perfectly satisfied, mnd always in a good humor. 1 have sevoral good negro men on the plaoe who are quite friendly with them, and of- ten say they would prefer to live and work with Chinese than with the common negroes generally found on plantations. There is certainly one great satisisetion in working these people, they aie a fixture for the term of their oontract; and. again a planter know...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 August 1871

%;Wa i * I* Ut j, t m thi? 1 LIJjj Hi ' W CHARLES DeMOBSE, f "i 29. towro 8H ALT. OTJR BA.KWDR BRAVJS T* BREEZfc-THB STANDARD OF,THE FREE •5ditor and proprietor. cl11ksfillb, red river oootv, tbxh, 1h g is t 26. 1st]. 7 * * no. 34. Im- «®* From the Vtaxahatchie, Democrat of stiir*. and then knock them out of duirc the 1 -2th !ngt. I*".!1 tbe P0,c\ THE BARUKCt'R. no with a crater fit'ceu feet wide. which hod* '&• After the award in made, th« Manilla I hooo fur several <?ays in an unusual Mate ut shell make public proclamation oi tne premi-, j«otiv.ty, O^e out into a t yr We ewn^n. The Present .hail .Iter « pending fnrthi columns ef wt.ite •",pn«">««!totlie Pon^l i ro, oit in full or Dip' kc and torienis of l va and holing water. 'awmled, w U-h report, with su"h each fair uiako the premiums .. ... T report, with su<*h other matter* Mswofi of roi-k were hurled aloli into (he at'; ±jailic IV-ard may order shall, be-published. .srlnatDS of ftie fcht i lor'l-, nt-d 'Otie« 1 &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 August 1871

4 \ V CHARLES BE X0B8E, SJU-T.2JU1 PRQPR I ETC R fLARKSVILIiiT* •HATUJIDAY. AI'GL'ST 20'* . ^ ana assstm right to com* and go at your pleasure, to the County town wbw# you perbaps,trade, or in which you have legal business. Ibis moder© dealer ortlrrt thai you jpay OOKO to vq * a; the election allowed by • -~r' Ilia 8rM'r«ul permit,but atter doing thia you 1871. T**wtsw«tV. 21 tf «lclufit« Affi uii Jar -*k How, sAtf. • ilie aur Yolk, for th * jOl jONQKESB FOB '.fli C. JMJNNKU of Otayuoij County? Eeipotin.u in the Borgh i>vcr moat of ibe a-'ti'pfi by our State Jftoverauteat—Kxacutive and legislative, .there tuta been an i*tt -rapt to throw n seeta- iog of fttpiiblic.kiiifin—-a varnish of pro- tection i>f vba rights of iba People,; ww* make speed to go right home again; or the Peace Officer*, State Ouard, and Militin are directed to compel you to do so. II you have some old friend resident in the place, Kith whom you would ii'toichange 'r:i-udlysympathies or ancient recollect- io...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 August 1871

PUBLIC BPJ2AKINU. Hos. Jobs C Conner t'oe befeoerith Hoa. A; H. Bbta.ni, the *5®*'.°®*'£°.r CoD^W, fa the 2nd Uonal vHl addresa tha w lofloving timea aad placee: .—tannin bo., Saturday August Svth. Umi} Crore, Fannin co., Monday Mth Ladonia, Fannin co.,Taeadaj 29th. Cooper, Delta county, Thurday 31at, Koxton. Lunar county, Friday, Sept.. ■k. Paria, Lamar county, Saturday 2d. GiarkaviUe, Bed Bivei co., Tuesday 4th. Boston, Bowie county, Thursday Ttn Douglasaville, Davis county,Friday 8th. Linden. Davia, co.,- Saturday Qjh. IN THE WSX^tf COURT OF THE rXlTED STATES. Marion connty., Monday connty, Wednesday ! L V 1 r \ > f T^-V 1 o t$ Jefferson, 11th. 1 titair* Upsbar ilth. Pituburg, Upshur co , Fiidsy loth. Daftgerfield, Titus county, Monday 18h. Mt. Pleasant, Titus County, Tuesday 1 A. Mt. Vernon, Titus Coi •OA; Sulphur Srringe, Hopkins 30., Saturday 181. Beily Springs, Hopkins county,Monday 15th. Greenville, Hunt County, Wednesday- 17 th. ' la Bankruptcy. The creditors of the foll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 August 1871

If' •iW" I ■ —" > 9 / r* \, i , M §r. IsN * I: / .ut- erably nt Frankfort in c9D e<(ttono« of IM snrcess of the new treasury arrangement. The arooont allotted to Frankfort la limited Pending nojtot tstions, when complete J, will enable Sir. Richardson, Assistant Secreta- ry of tho Treasury, to place the whole amcur.t in <Jerraao.y. 8TARTLINO VISION. Tat ImnTiw or a Hocse /\norm«) prom Slumber by an Uxaccount.ibm: Appari- tion—a marvellous stoby aw tragedy. Bcwk—A firm™ **" IE* " *HE •L>K4Tn 0F 1118 WlTB AND uTTTT.B CflliJJRES PblSOSIO BY EKOfr* Fl^xu. f(-Wwn M; 5Uvan«0;. Xtm Jn| J5.) . . ~« ffiOlt Awful tragedy that ban stirred .tft« beans of any community in this see- •iion tanTnany a year, if ever before, oc- enrrcil in Effingham connty, about two mile* above Station No. 8J, on the Central Railroad, about 3 o'clock vestorday morn- ^Mrs. Ash, the wife of John IT As'i,for- merly ol thin city, killed her three little children and afttrwar<14 committed suicide \ by admi...

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

"Si/ • v Jwvmwmx'': t ^ WNKMWBJ'jv i ** ■ I. I CH AHL E S D cKqtSE, Villi. 29. ASEASIDEESCj A Struggle ror l.lfe on tlw Betcli at Ijark .;-,.;..V.'.V-Kiv«r. ■■■•: xtuon I Julliuv'« Hut lll K ^ ith XJL'xJj ALL HASUb «A.VJ5t> ! if :tff [from Uie NeWYorS IfemM, Au«. £9 Kixtwjn iH'raoiiS, guest* at Hlinrk river, had a very noiW.rlv from tlrowiiiiig on Saturday, while trtk n siikI* Imth. The hwult is a very « owe, but it t t> ltappeiied that two or til of the iKithevs in qu^tioii took it ii tlieir heads to uiakr a ot'au uiiex^l i'<l (Ktrliou of it, where. iluv breakers a jieared to be the liiost. invitiiijf. Th e pa ty consisted of Mr. Frank Hat field an and his sistir t'wilia.. Mr. .hi.-. Few Mr 'JTiios. (Jilliooly, Missllattie Hotter] Mircj l-'aiitiio liutter, Mr. litohert l-ox, Miss Jjva '• tic O'llara. Miss Beat>. Sir.'John Bru|ih\,' and his sister Katie. Mi.*.-. ISiaily Met'al bun. Mrs. l{o>vU\i Miss Emilia Tinker, Miss Lizzie Gai'latni, ami Si^not lleftiiaii lit/ wel...

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

mtf % ■ft * iaS ' >r,r ; I D -J**5***ttteirlon-HUtHe^do ' . ' 1 IbMii tu All miimtfir bv. tnid VQW ■!' ... . .... , ..,• TH*: NTEWIS. xi i ta EiiB^Tiox. i ■ 4 ■ ■:,i- f>: -;•• ; / | }icct tln-B) U> sit qnii-tly by, und II| I tin tli'j.nvati-.ii of tbdr cwtr fcwodrigfat#; •; and will t ot iioht-tlu-n? auiUU'Hi'j it fUej fojt, ' ■"■ ; I I) If • ""■r" 1 I Tlt se pvop!- have Jmi ii upon, r*i w% m'W tlf> PII lit 0 U . | nmj ujij«irtt iftui jtim««#**wy taxation. tUi 0 e vergeof twlni-suR* in al - of. is m%$% iPRO P Ti I K T £)LAR KSV1LLK, , SATURDAY, OQUOBKR 14, 1S7*. -..mil' .■in.'.. t."1.,... .' "ill1 .. .1 Jfr. 1 <2Jftor « f thi.-, pr j « r e^ni" 'til tfie'" •ojv.' ion prior iathe nutdiiig of (he J.egi#- :' lul TP, lint 111#* if aumlietH ! :.;<! bi'h ,r Ntrt.vJtt^lioim yPiTii :1 lea ve* thu 1««V without jiipiomm. autfjibnvdhe timcri^ot wpHttop ■?*: '.' lll'lt<'Ollwtft.lltiw , \vUlfii'ii: v' ' iU.': i.i '- a-' -Jitf •. rnttJ* Ota* immediate tethedy they Uutt «>t ...

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

• !• I ' • • : Wfc oymgo, (Ktubet T . — portion # , ' . P" ,,,•—Tin entire! •tr rt, cir til tbe o,(jr of Twc(th ASSIGNEE S SALE. darted. •<* cftlw mat and btwel w,f 'V virt?e "f n" 0nh'r «f « «•• District Court r-v. . of tlif liiitcil Statin for tin1 Wt. tcrn l>i*;iict V'if Iwtri snd rtilreaii do " Te.s"ih1 >'Bl Ml in tin- iiijiiteat hi<ltl?r for i ourncik «':isli in r.f"urronev, tt tlii* Court Hunan ! A krjto district i* still InrnW <m lV*"' i" f^arl^^lK'Mti'fn'-Mlaj'tlTi- Fijiilitj of #uli> n( nh of Twclth street ' AoveiulK-ruext, lhitdlo\rlii|;milii)id pursuit* tl t Court Jlonae «v l!u Till iiu> of , real and poxou- 'i\o tire lis* been tt«v j «i rt • . I'^ttv, ln-k ii«i « to the « t;uj indus. E. Jjftn it,"v .••••.JW*. IJ*n«3ii strert. Uojik&s. Sr., .Bankrupt, to wit: -;.a ^nce.todiv^rn^UfttoBd from fh« *t \mm ,. >?. -]W« a,Cil r*,tr kU^-14#k audi LjiTirti-s of Jaiiit in Wi«c Co.. pnf- W '"V ** ' ''uen -wffit ..off. K'Hi^dt.o J. K. Hopkins, A.t-a^tiec o...

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

I,'*?® « '• I •'M.-. • . < . •' y• >• -V WK ItlMJl vM, .UI.R1MKU. ••' UB1 ALA'S 15 CONVICTION' OF W. 4ff #TafrT Iff Is Fcblfncfd to 20 years' ImjirLsonment in (Jtf Pealleiiflaiy. VAM Mt'llt'lt#—4JKMH .'t'lio'-tt JUS prfc* of in «i«ie*fittgin Id* ncteiuN,' against CUM ACO mWCLT ^ %it Look at the I'nMrut That gtentneas of id* authurity pre DLSFKA NT! I I.SKM K NT. is [From the Ml. 'fttorling (III.) Oascttc.j > t A Kirmigb nml indat* inUrest big murder triul took phice in our Circuit t otirt, laut ■week, which k'nuiiiiinfl iit;tnc ooiivietitai of X'HptW. 11; Htout, a* the niurtlcttjv of Thos.J. Kimball, the Jtuy ilia ieim T in the penitentiary at twenty years. IV king into MiiiHiiliT.itIon, thai; iho evi- dence in this caw wast wholly cirvniu. Ktactial,' it is a most remarfctibjo one of it# ciitu actor. 'iiibi suit eamo fo our eourl, on u xth:ijj>r<* of veuue fitnu Pike eoitury. Tiniu ami space, itirbid our giving long chain of evidence, given b. elnoitbitethe mutter lii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 October 1871

\ Urn'"-*' 0 jj oti <t a at i nmm irarwnr LOKO SHALL OUR BANNER BHAV*,TRB QRBB2E—THB STANDAXiD Of tft FREB EDITOR ^^PUOPBIETOa ,) ..) m i. ? ,<H lf CHABLES DeMQBSE, VOL. 29. tLilflTILUUlJU -JJFli C • II ST fjSi'HJH, OJfflBER 21., 18 71, ■ -I.I -li , :•} „■■'• ■: " ... jr:,ui* i £•" •'•' --• '• " i •',>• .-.! rl* f.i'-*' t'yllj. <>Allt -faffr -LU 'I , . Jl.'.1 , J" '!!■" ■■'.B'J'l.U gua-i..' 11 "I!, ■■J"!"",' J LLJ-LLLLJJ—LI" , 1 4'' ttSBggESSBH<fc. 1 , „ I MM "Ml ■,... ■ yoitTnKKy YCXAM. A STATISTICAL BKETCTT (YV THE CULTUUJfi OF TUB 2JEW SOUTU. JJT THEO. KIBCIIHOFF. Translate J from th German. V > i ' ■ — i —■ 1 . •• tphc extension of the Chinese imigrutiori to tho South depends a grrat deal ou the jipaitioH ill whiuh phiuU> a and: the Chi- n«ae inborn* wiilbi' placed with regard *1 to enet other; and if the enterprise U) ■ f cafi'bfc madeprofltut'ie. SliouTd tlies6 A:u- «. ?<.« ilka thoSaiiiiit4uid should thtf plftttt- t-n do a thriving bnsinees With the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 October 1871

' *.ff CHABLES DE MOBSE, EDITOR k PBOPE1ETOP. OLARKSVILLJi. BATURDAT, OCTOBER 21,1871. i.. ■ K rfl • §9* §\ %• Tlx BU«Uou pnd It* Influt'iicn. Howe, foot, ami dragoons, thebrutish foo h ve been driven into the morass of dcapondeney, from which threw no ex- trication. -Vulgar grlttf in never captiva- ting, and vulgar sins never gain qympa- thy. The defeat of vicious ignorance hope* for no returning victor)'. It can- not he. Crime and ignorance, unlike vir- tue and intelligence, have no returning power. WhentHeyga down they goto the lowest depths, nndicnve nd rfaurrt'ct- ing gerui: and the whole world of the in- telligent and the virtuous is glad at jthe dethronement of venalit y. - The demooracy and the conwrvativca, including a respectable body of white lie- publicans, who deemed the public interest more important than party, and who deemed that there waa a public morality involved, au^ wtjUp* e'npon themselves, havo all contributed to defeat the ignoble combi- nntloii of ignorance ...

Publication Title: Standard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 October 1871

"i'Cv TBfc STATE OF TEXAS socsrv-or red at via. T ?! r of October 1671, under the provision* of. stock of one ywynftw fruit tree*, small Act of the Legislature of tin State of Tex- .fruits, fruit stock!; young fruit, ornameutal ■utitled •<An Act to authorize countiee,uitiee and evergreen seedlings, IhiIIm, roues, vine*, Freeh garden, flower, ties and aknAmr- ran, fruit and barb aaoda, prepaid bp mall. complete and judicioua assortment. 25 0. The six class Also, an immense ■unentitled''An Act and towns tn aid in die construction of ltail Roads and other work* of internal improve- ment" approved A{>rU 12th 1871,at which was twenent R. 8. Vunwey, W. W. Gidtlen*, i. N. Peak and-.!. N. Wilson, Justices "if aniu coun- ty. the Clerk of suM court, and tho Sheriff of tuud comity, to make order upon a petition presented to laid court 6u the 30th day of September 1871, to tako 'the opinion of the vlerttnn of said county, on u proposition that •aid coluity Shall aid in the coustntction of...

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