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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 October 1871

t l-'H I- li" fcjsuu'jjuia for Jeffersou wtspc qr :n.n> Villi i..i.~^;iauLs. 1 regri't not lu oe l#o to ti«u.u;vtc the muulx-r of heads pi' , thi* i^viu* crowd of-. hu.um ^ '11 iey caVu'ute liint nbont 50,<MK> iumii- grauts liaro'settled in ^tajFthera 1'onu, uud tens of tHwwatuU wa.it to V.Vb'iu $mm by sea, uud Vy Way ol' tiaivQHten, < iat«L the interior. The immigrant;, almost all whites, V!|t sctt^i iu Northern lVx;i;t, mtiatly ty> tU*v .Irc^KO « >unti ja «i" Fttunui, Uituy**}*, Hunt, Cullm,'"Morton, Ihtlhta &r. 'I'Iks Climate itr healthier, tn H*>i! aspiwitustiv*, as iu tho eastern counties, and, wbitl is the chfijf consideration* there are^itu^ firw Negroes there, *ith wliom the new coi# t<rs wtlljiave nothing to do, flermaji iia- ,K inign*ul«, lis inuuit as they are dewred, arc very few. They prefer to hinnigrnte to Western Texas, fifcfciroMi the jiriizoN tind the'Colorado, where Ihey live toRetheiv MttMawriMM «!olonius. If 1 sdiouid imagine what Ger...

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

fl 1 OHABI.ESDeMORSE VOL. 29. CL1RKSVILII1, Bp Kirs a fYom ih« New lWk Expeu. • LETTER'FEOil JAMES BKOOKSi Nagasaki, July i7th, 1371. Thia Japan, I re declare, is. the most beautiful country in the world—and I Lave now Been a good part of tins world 1 have eonio down through the Inland hc-h by what shall I say to give an Aiuwiean ports. The tillers of Japan, even now an idea of it t—through Lake Chuiuphdu. are energetiadly resisting all th© repro say, through Lake George, the thousand islands of tho fit. l^awwuxce, the^Jtocky M tmwn^«r s ***** Oohimbbtlfivei in Oregon, Pnget's Sound in Washington Territory, &e., &c. There is uothing tliut surpasses it, scarcely anything that «q mils it, in dnr country. Tho Scotch ituiu here lias his Loch Lomond, or Loch Katrine; the Swiss his Genevan Lake; the English niati, Westmoreland; tho Irishman, hi* Killarney. We havo been sailing for twenty-tour hours, ten, miles an hour, through a succession of changeable scciie- ry, ah idea of whic...

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

MMMMMMffN A m l CHARLES DE MORSE, EDITOR & P It O P RIETO R. ' CLAHK8 VlLLIi. SATURDAY OCTOBER 28,1871. M«lurr Hiut AtUr! Oar Tiie UtwulAnii}'! •Tust ns tho straggling parties of the diseouteiited are, re treating to their ol<l homes, theadvanced guard of the ii hand Ah my of baaoRAlsog comes in. We aee them passing westward through our Towu, and we hear of thorn coming southward, through tho'Indian Territory, and entering upon the sunny Iflod of Tex an, with internal wealth,gr atoi than bu* caused the Indies of the Jimt to abound in evidences of tangible ricliea—the pom ,dous wlendotv of barbaric ulure. Our iutty lriuck hoU, hi ul)u\ itd river bottoms; in supcrtieinl und subterranean dc}K>sit* of iron almost pure ; of coid in iiiuiiciiKe bodies; in €ly)MUiui, Salt (Mid Copper, Hut the greatest of nil—the most vilhiatiie, the most extended, mid the most readily convertible into the uses of life is the rich black soil; though the iron is siijmtU chilly presented, rich, mid ...

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

• «-*UUi JUi.lrj I Vvfr i ,1 I ,*• \ il EK&- R 9P I—F # tbriff THRSTATE OF TEXAS rocirrif or ueo utu. ! rreah garden, Sowar, tn* and «ltrnb,«ver greeh, (rait; and barb aaada, prepaid by mail A complete nnd judicious oMortuieut. 25 At a Special Term of tlin connty court of "ft'J™**^ mill county, callatlfor and-lidd on tUo 10th e* (WOpacluU) foi «o.0t>. Also, an minimal day of October 1871, under tho provisionsof X onmnie^ an Act of the Legislature of the State of Tex- 1**"^ ns,eutiiicd *'An Act toauthoriae countWHIea &eS^tL££* r1 ,to.wn5tot,Mfa iheffln,?fr1vil15i'«?SS iaiVS Koa^.aud other wcu^ of interaul imp o\e )( ^ Priced catalogue* to any otliltvaa, ?l^hzu:r H. M. WATSON, ty, the Clerk of aaid court, and the Sheriff' of aaid county, to make order upon a petition presented to aaid court on the 30th day of September 1871, to take the opinion of the electors of said county, on a propotddou-that aaid connty shall aid in the const ruction of the Soutiicvn Trans-Continental ...

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

H i -w*Si !•/ 3 I . I i' jfe, I" ■ It K •• -,--ir i ■ ji- jriw*iiriir'^rrfr % KOT PASXEU. - •' . Z' •" . • '•* •J'bey art nsMptrted, though tWr feet % llaio v nodctoJ Air In diffvrint way* ; H Aud though thay i.wrcr mote may meet, On winter cvta or summer days; It matter* list, though realm* divide. Though boundless MM between lb«m roll, .Y*<r (till defying and tide, ^ <* Ilean yearn* to heart, and ton) to eoul. They are tut parted—only those Are parted wbtyn no lore unites; Their aU we|brtak not our repose. Who Wv« no ehare in our delights ; They may be by our aide, mid atill, Am far from u , as pole from pole, Vbo lock the aympathctle (brilll. Or heart to hoart and soul to aoul. RUN DO\V>' IN MID OCEAy. condition |>orniiti«l him to Rixk& His iiamc was W. Peterson, ittid lie llts the Ixxttswuiii. Tl o was tbc Nonvegi- it 11 baik. Annetta, of Mtuisacbuacitts, from Portanioutli, £nduud, bound to Mlrimtdti." iu bulUidt. He ut'iug in hi* uuiuuiock at tlie tune, could gi...

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

m** m mmmmm i Hi, , ■■ • " < 1 '4 i :■ 3* ,M I A I OHiBLE8 DtKOBS • IiOHO SHALL OUR BAKlfBX BRAVB < VOL, 29. .CL IRKS ML LB, BED IIFI K 6ODNTr, . a S, NOVEM r 4, 1871, 44: SSI I HPlfiBOH AT •THUBKXV^LLK, OHIO. We copy the following from the West- ern 1W As Mr. Groesbook's name lias been mentioned in connection with tho democratic nomination fop President, his speeob will be read with interest: > Steubenvillo Sept. 13.—*At a Democrat- 10 meeting, lield to-day, in this, city, tho Hon. Win. S. Qroeaheck addressed the people. He, after a lew introductory re- marks, said s " "Important changes have been made in our political condition during the last ten years, aud not a few of our very best citizens believo we have gone downward. I don't wonder a( this. The conditipnx of our people prior to 1861 was one of extrairdiuary couteiit- . mart jirtftoii H5GT TTeVt'P DWF1 MBkCJr and thtf Constitution had always lieen respected. Koneofonr saercd rights, as we call them, such as liberty ...

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

www Kfc^ •*■■5 , - " ^ ,. www'" ji. ■>! .' Bw i ■IB % 4 CHARLES SB MORSE, £ D I TO It & PBOPKIKTOtt CLARKSVII^lilS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBEK4,1871. • ITiUr. W« have been tenable to get tbe official report voT award*. The Fair commenced ir Tue*day, according to (RPfOiataicut. a J °a«d Ojod an attendance as unial on that daj. lue first day being devoted to examination aiui determination of relative mer- it of article* prepared by tbe Ladiea, of court* at- tract*! many of the Fair us, and the/ a'vrays ■oonimnd the presence of numerous gentleman. W*dneaday, the 2nd day, waa as uaual rather .fall. On Thuradaj'tbe third day, there we* an in creare of vehicle* and horsemen tending toward i'ie Voir ground, ami the attendance won niiiuri - i-r>i Ln kvf' On Friday the 4tl> day, there war the usual croud fur the last regular day, anu tbe proceed- n% vent ©flspiritedly, including a portion only of the tournament, part ofwhich was deferred uu- II Saturday, for which day tbe Oraud Indian B...

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

4MK* *mmm THE STATE OF TEXAS COi'SXV up iti;u eivca. Special Term Frueh garden, fl>wor, ties 9UI shrub, ever " Mfij- P"P green, fruit an J herb seeds, A complete uuil jnlirkiiu "f either class tor #1.W). opatd by mall. OHMlVtuiellt SJ5 The aix tluss At a Special Term of the county court of t,H M50 niickvts) for $3.GM. Alao, un immense Mui county, culled for und lu-ltl ou the ll>th'nu>ck of one year grafted fruit trees, small day of Octolier 1871, under the provision* of uii Art of the Legialuturo pf the Stute of Tex- um,oil tit letl "Au Act touutlimUc couuties,cities ami tir.vu* to itiil iu the oouafcructiou of Mull Uo.i t.-; uuil other work* of internal improve- ment'! approved April 12th 1871.at which w«a ]n<-K-.';it K. 8. Vanwey, W. \V. Gitldeim, J. N. iV;:it an.I J. N. Wilsop, Justices bf said coun- ty, the Clerk of said court, ami the Sheriff of jj! i ciyinty+to niaku orilur atioit a petition pitM'iitod.to said court on the 30tli ilay of Si ptember lst7l, to take th...

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

I 1 i ! >rem O, l\mt*. BT. JOSEPH'S NEW CHUKCII. Tire Layjxu of tbe I'ounkh Btonk. A Ii 'Inn oft h® Pariah. Nil mon oTStrv. F«tliorRynn, . ■ By fnr tlie moat important event of yes- terday to thoso of tbc Bomiui Catholic faith, wja tlio laying of Uio corner stone of the new Charchsof Bt. Joseph, on Com- mons trect,tho trader nuspicwi of bis grace the Archbishop of tlie Dlooese, a«Hi«t«l by the entire Catholic clergy, and niauy ot Ae laity of the city. ' Tliia fiinions talHrnade, which IwIh fitir to prove larger than any in the elty, vra« projMwtwl- under the paHtornl control ot the Rev. Father Iluyden, who pitrehawd nev eral lota at the corner of Common and Derbigtiy streets. T1IE Btm.DTXO The temple is to lie two hundred and thirty-thfee fret, long, by one hundred and fifteen feet wide, and will be faced in front bfctwo towere, et.eh two hundred and for- tylfert high, and chiefly constructed 'of atone. The walla are to be seventy feet high , and the clear walla will l e support-...

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

:'*:v :^FWr % 4 Ii I o ./*• r I f o Wf w ^Ppg Si il Si' «% "'■ luan 5 ml CHARLES DoMOHSE, • ,v •-'• * ' • ' ■ LONO SHAIiZi OT7B BAXflRj ¥ OL. 29. {'LIRISVILLE, BED RIFfi B| MP tbs eheeze—tlib 6takdakd op I i.1...- EDITOfi ANO K r, TEXAS, NOVEMBER Jl, 1871, MEMORIAL of the Cltixena of LlniMtonK County in U«fiareDC<> to Murtkl Luw. Gboesbeck, Oct. 11th, 1871. To tho Honorable Senate and House o> Representatives of the State of Touts: Gentlemen : On Saturday, September 30th, D. G. Applewhite was shot and kill- ed by Mitch. Cotton and three other col- ored State policemen. ^The policemen fired the first shot, and next day, Sunday, October 1, the news having spread throughout tho county that the colored people were under arms and had threatened to attack and burn the. Ijtown, the white citizens came m from nil parts of the couuty, but were readily con- trolled by tho Mayor and his authority. Early in the day Dr. J. J. It.ibertsou was again summoned by tho Mayor; he was ordered t...

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

v - *"■ • > - "C* LJ - I * ' t ■ '*'I ii .. SIM «w' 9®H 1 i p > '■ Si UM£ \\' ' • ■' ■V . p. I' I r|3 jga; § '"t" ■.I; i ■■ *1 CHARLES EE HORSE, Is D I T OR & PBO l'BIBTOU. 1 CLAUCS VILLI;— SATUKIUY, NOVEMBER U%l«fi. CarrupHwn mu*it j^ljirlnir I The lUvitdi'DCa oMJoiwI Hvljuiittl nut liorily. Hur readers will of cpurac uot« the rcj>* xesoutation sent up yom Liiursstouc cotin- ity by fctehjmliug Citizen*, allowing that in the late dillicidty, whatever may have been the merits of t he case betwoflii the policemen an<J their slaughtered: victim, the citizens obeyed strictly the require* nientM of the officers of the Jaw, the Mayor . the Shoi iif, and district JndpcilHvor. In . no re |iet;t did thc-.v transcend the hounds -of propriety, but seeing the traps ,net i'or ey qniotly tticjf&ftii/ rrJrrt -of the. le- . galautUoritica, ami. s)umlH>red! upon the • natural irritation of a white man banted , down by ncgroea,nnd murdered ttuder cir- cumstances yf horridbrutal...

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

mm € l V © r <) John Kenuc>, n tailor, of Aug08t% flit., ( Fr* * SE"rd, - "cd M*!25' lnut drawn II i.ri.o in tli«. K.ivnl Kre n, ftttlt ana herb Beads, pi epatd by mail, liiwl drawn a #.>0,UU0 l>u/u la tin. KujtU \ i„t<, MU,i judUkwn assortment. ii3 I lu\ uua Loiters. jaorta oi either etuws for #1.00. The six class * iti H ' 'lea (ISO packet*) for ♦•'j.OD. Also. an iuimetioe A MUwouri newH| ai er elnnuH tl ; t the aU,;.k 0fn,,,. Venr *iaJt««l fn.it tun-*, mii.iII liu({H of that Stftl6 i it) tat tlmt in omer t'miin, finit Awks, youi £ fruit, orimiit«'iilal to tind out when* their ltemtk are,it knur- and ovemwea sfoUuiigs,imlln, otmhh, viin-s, esaury to <nake tlieiu squeal, aud thou'liouee and liurtlir plnnto, &<•., &<., tin- iiio*t uilge by the bouihL icoaiplete uamift-iucut in Aiueriea. l'minid by umil. l'riwd ratalogut* t<• any mhliv.is, Auotruilv list, gratis. bwnts nu commission <cnta MfniU'il. It. M. WATSON", Old Colony Nu^rina nml dRI Mil. ...

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

" 1 .fcksar TW SNNClf^w^ Ito i "" IMI ti^to****!!!^! • V i Smtjm # "• ^™"™1 *V- THE FIRES IN THE NORTHWEST. # 1 . Kotwithstanding that lator dis- patches diminish the number of deaths reported at Pislitego, and in other vil- lages of Wisconsin and Michigan, de- stroyed by the hurricane of lire that has devastated the beautiful region of- country, the destruction of liio and 'property has been very great, and the details that come to hand are truly heartrending. The following graph- ic description of the burning ot Pwh- tego is taken from the New i'ork pa- pers: * The fire which destroyed Pishtego Occurred on the evening of the 8th *inst, and history never furnished par- allel of its terrible destruetivene«s- Shortly after the church-going people had returned from evening service nh t ominous sound was heard, like the dti * tantroar of the sea, or of a coming Btorms. This increased in intensity, soon the inhabitants htcnme tenants and comrades-in-arms. It is not possible, in an outli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 November 1871

T~ -V n W m p tsat SSIi is§ llli II v A WIS IMjm r Sr : I-"!-.. '*>} w i * o o i o CHABLESDeHORSK "4 hovq shall on aawmm brave « I STANDARD OF TUB TOBS. EDITOR AMD PROPRIETOR- CL-1RKIV I LLBr ROD 111 IE It GOIIN BLUE'S SPEECH- A PULL REPORT OP WIIAT HE.SATO AT MONTGOMERY. Voting for a ItepubUcnn. [Prom tho Montgomery Advertiser & Mail.] Fku.ow-Citizexs and gkntlbmbn:— A tew days have elapsed sincc the telegraph brought to uh the news of the disaster, startling uuil appalling, which liad fallen on the peerless city of the North-west. Nothing compared with the rapidity of its progress, its grandeur and beauty, except tho suddenness* of th«_ destruction which -fell upon it. C I Med not do not propose to-night to give a do- and robbers have ncription of that melimcholy and appalling tions. to infest, like the army-worm enough, to come into der all that was left, plause. ] 4 think that I might read to you tho description of this influx of piundwers, into rained Chicago, which I ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 November 1871

^ss k 1 itsr >% MMRiK .# I «***.. f . gfeSH charles de morse, EDITOR & PRO^IU li'fOH. > O L A HKti^LLK. BATDltDAY, NOVKMHEU 13,1871. 'l'lio M. l&JbT. Itnllroiul Iin'l Hie Ovur- InnU 'XVaUHiiorl intlou fuinp The lt:ii1 lliuul <x all rlgffl, but the depend- enco npon it in conjunction with the Trrutft- {HMtation Go. is not flatta-inp. Ono of our lMMrhaiits who emtio t Optic tevmlnus with his goo-ls,and lolt tlu-rc on the 2nd ult. with the itHHurttmx) that they would bo sontright along, linn got n small portion sent to Pnrin, hut lie i>ric4* tlint the remainder were nt Hher- niiil ho him had to send n wagon to itnn nfter the n. A nother merchant Svlto i to tho terminus with h|x goods, nnd saw loteied, found tlint tlio pqrvous snpcriu- ; the fonuiirdiug did not know ..tlmt M witM fur offthollno to ChirkuvHIe. |ng along this side of Fort Gibson, Ik one os triiiti of the Company, hidri: i goods for Texas, which, lmd hdvnm-cd nty-llvo mill* since some time iu Septent P«...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 November 1871

\ Vi r i* ^ .*2*1 XJECK.- (Ilri 3PE DSIOAL' LIBRARY, t'ONSISTINO rtP FIFTEEN VOLUMES,. wifti FILLED $65,000 WORTH OF DRY GOODS ' GEAND SALE!! II A N CHOICE PIANO MUSIC. VOCAL COLIjECTIOirS. Snwi'io Lioiits.—A Choice colk.lion of hesutilul riacrcd Hongs. IIKARTTI AMTI 11 OMR, Fl«XfUr>U EcUOES, and Swuet Sobsds.—Thrco Voluiura of 0 E easy Wongs ny Webster, reraiey, etc. OoUIKB LkAVXS.—VcluKJOS I. HOll ILj The t«o volumes contain all of Will S •lay*' Bongo. Psickliiss A collection of beau- tiful lialla'lr, Vj Wallace, Thomas, Keller, ete. , INSTRUMENTAL COLLEO TI0N8. Fairy Ftxcsaa, Mauio Craou, and Youxo Pummt.—Three volume* of very easy music for young player*. Pkahi. I mors and musical Rcowationb, —l'tineo Music.. Two collections of moJer- ate difficut'y. ■ Plbasabt Mcxntw.—A eolTootion of beaut-fii! peers by Wyman, Mack, Dress- ier, elo. Golden Chimes—A coWeiitlon of brill. lant'Parlor Music, by -Charloa Kinkel. * Ban Li ait (Igua.—A splendid collection \ Vilbre, A)lard, Pacher, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 November 1871

■ m - Wfi. 5s I '■IB1111"" ' 1JL t SSSSSSBSBSm JtbOwyltaioa.—'Tbe Itutikul majority n l'diURyWania U 11,000. The negio rote polled firat time whb 26,000, and wns lludirul majority at tbe Governor's elec- tion was 5,000. Under this state of fact tbe Democrats hare no cause for^cliagrin or disappointment. Add the 26,000 negro vote to the ltadica! majority of 4,000 hurt (election, and the Radical majority this yeargboultl iiave lieett ill.000 instead of 14,000. Thin difference of 17,000 in a Jail-' ing off in the whit* Radical vote. So that .without the uew accession of the negro .rote, tbe Radicals would have been de- feated by a majority of 17,000 less 5,000, or 12,000 votes.—[Atlanta Const. -\ Gahett Davis on Coast,—"I would desire to give a true analysts of President Grant, "naught to extenuate, nor to set down aught in malice." Endowed by nstare with a narrow and sterile mind, ■tenderly educated becauso of iudiapo&i tion and incapacity to learn ; a very small amount of reading...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 December 1871

o / if M * CHAHLE LOSTQ BHALL ODB BANNER BRA CLIRKS VIILB, RED RIVRR COB The burn: Bush, (lion of the calai "North-vest, PECULIARITIES THE PESHT1GO FIRE. )g of Peslitigo and tbp Sugar i^cent-ring at the same timo fires elsewhere ia the las an event pcchliar to it- self in all its strange phenomena and startling incidents. In Chicago, tlio lire originated from natural causes within the city, ami spread in bo novel manner. The towns iind%x^htyeiL4fl^MW9# flWfrttS the eastern coast of Green Bay that were destroyed at the same time fell victims to the steady and irresistible advance of for- est tires before a southeast gale. But in Peslitigo no firo original cd, while the ro- und ran bellowing through the street Then came, " Nearer, clearer, deadlier than before," that horrible roar, now resembling the din of a mighty battle, and with it the more eccentric and violent agitatiou of the at- mosphere, more continuous show of the lurid glare overhead aud in the south-weatj while, to add'to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 December 1871

sa&s. ,w rc t t o-ii & !♦ a itlejfco is olaj?ks\ win-n n.t.'tr. Stitoa, vb* ww thtin indirectly st as ti&'iiUy foxed, i order that the ttw favourd chwee, way live.: tho tioi f m • r«#*li opposed to tkla class tagi&ittou, beeftiise it i unjust, unequal i:; its ih'mingfc :t# d ih^n-iont an- ti-wfublieatl. Bui u lww stands the ft; ! calked /'rjt&kttw ***** "*.Jf ' and Induce the _ jpsntfta*.. •/•• ■ •'••j"' ^i0^<*uth«'r,nnmtia«*d ^uito.cm sd, ^vfry-f Tha State U^bd-mac adjourned on the ej,iai«#il T.immv nigM, tfi it«u.th iw *' ' 2nd utter JwHNf ■ muxptvtvUy M*-* u palpable- moderation o§-l * temix'Wi' much good, by P®Ming nu chatftien hrs, tum< unci!iu# tiio oppressive sefdiotw of tin- — .,- .,, . —— ■ initiiiu Itwr j repealed tlto Infamon* wia- I - i*whww*i*-CM«# . 11 (HI tjiiigact, and repeated the mcfre *djc«-1 iT .T.m\. ii* U«#uablc feaiurea «>*; the Printiiu Lw. iiaro. It tH MSb- " _ i, , , . v i> u it „„ ; v*v- «!*" p **ed an i pilwwImng'tlmt, Lord...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 December 1871

4 k \ 1 'I *) 'I' X My PETERS' LIBRARY, COXtilsriKG OP FIFTEEN VOLXTMES, $65,000 WORTH OF DRY GOODS I i GEANB SALE!! W1TU H Jl D CHOICE PIANO MUSIC. VOCAL COLLECTIONS. 8in*i.\ Liutir .V Chu'oe collection nf beautiful Sacred Eju^s. '> Hr*i:r:i >*i> Ifosta. Fussing TViiobs, end S.vuet dprsos,—Thro-i Voluu.cs of easy Holies !-.y Webster, Ben-ley, ei-. tioLiisa I.kavks.—VohunesT, ami II.- THo iW'j volumes contain all ot Will 8 Ilnys' Son*" Ac«!Wion of beau- tiful Calluds, by Wallace, Thomas, Kclior, cw. 1 NStRBMENTAL C ) LtEOT! ONS. Fairy Ftstscns, Mtutc Cim i.c, and Yoimj Biasis?.—Three volumes yf vo.rw easy music for youug player* I'BaaL liaoesaad ,tT 1 Con I emitting an entire change in businss, we FILLED *'"• ,Volu aud *""* I>M, 1st, 1871, oiler our , 3fammoiA ,\toek of |)ry (roods, including Dress Go >i(j, from lVpiins to t!ie fines silks, Fens nnd l-oor« ami Huoxe, Hojiasr an«l Notions; in every stylo and description, fwifrtWy ut Ne* j York cost—ami L-u. Merchant., ...

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