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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 March 1872

Ks&il &' tvt $ &l fo : r m i" 3 ;I % 1 m iSH I up to the limbs again. This tirao bo looked as if be-Tvofml get clear up, nnil tbo hunter struck n match nild dropped it down on bruin's bead, Irijfhtcuiug him ho that bo went dowu tbo trco at a lively rate. Tbo hunter bad about a dozen mateheH with birn, and every time the ..... hours utarted to climb bo would light one severity by turns, until tbo disenso, Hml let it fall, tho trick never failing to i i i-.i it. -i-1 ii **—■ ->•«• - ■" 1 After a time, both i tml tbo liuuter cure* dcHcciidi Ho wns i ground wbeu both t lie .ring nt him out of tbo hrmtifnl w'ntniHi flnolv II M :iri ft noticeable feature gf ihiil. ;i<'. .4, and be bad to go up again, one js termed a bcautilul woman, un. > 15 .ft.]1(,ior's (i;scnH(? IIS jt |n<J Wn of of bin boots being raked by chiv. s before developoJ, with faultless form and . ..uaaPhIiU yL.m, .,,,,1 be was above tho limbs. Tbo animals graceful motion—ft womarnvho would f .'° ^. J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 March 1872

,.Jfo •f. 'if- ,Jt ; rJr OHABLSS DsMOBBB bOXIO 8BALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE—TBE STANDARD Of THB Warn a EDITOR iSc PROPRIETOR ■J VOL. 30. SPEECH OF GOV. BROWN TO THE MISSOUBI LIBEB&L REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. V- [Froiu the Mobile Roaster. k Oil tlio mooting of tho Liberal liepuldi- can Conveutibn on fRelMth Tanhnry. lonrl calls were made for Governor B." Grata Brown, who-fiually rose in his seat and made a brief but pointed speech, every word of which is as telling as true. Wc regret space does not permit us to repro- duce entire these able utterances of the great Missourian; but wo append such ex- tracts as show beyoiul cavil where he stands to-day. .From them wijl be seen his views upon tho four great questions that to-day absorb tho attention of every Southerner ; and from them wi'l al;o be scou that Grata Br&wn stands on that broad middle gr$ri^\, where the lie mistier lias all alone stoodj'fouady to meet the ad vanced men of any seetimi who raise their hands tor tiie f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 March 1872

I JSDITOlt & riiOPIUBTOli. and couipfciiwitloii, they arc justly c top| ed 1U# IJlmt ru t c'°"^1 • * | Theprweut,(*<•• Iu«t wee*"f tta'lo'ni) We aguin, wo have found Oiifflu and lias beeiioccnpied by biunncgs that dul not Hoilman rojiahlo ami mo willing to make con- mjnire u Jury. / • tracts through them, but ahull always make j On Monday a case growing out of the _ • ^ , t « t' tho then on our own Uruw, and geuerully reject will of Mrs. Haywood was taken up. (;. j" the city^fcV San Fernando byjJ, tbciiH. (5, ^( involved tins construction; or Latest News New York, Fofc' 27.—A letter from Southern Pacific lUxUtOAD, New York Bulletin says: Tho acceptance by Col. Presidcucy of the Southern.. move pflopedy the Texas Pacific Ha' secureaJpSpropeeiition of the work pOBfflWo t i1 f energy 'ami dispatch. CLAtiKSVlLLE. capture of the city l>f San Fernando by ^0„10^||no past little or nothing has (iuzman Blanco, yv which it appears be , .... ij.!„ isuc. The Texas 1* k r SATUHDAV, MAR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 March 1872

a r 3 vmameuatMat Fresh Oat den, Flower. niericn. to any Qoiu- * d Mali. A comRlet 25 sorts i sen, (159 incline stook of Small Brnita, nameutal anil BTbrgreen ItoMH, Viuep, Huitne aud fro., tlibjpoat complete nes Prcpiyplbr nail: Priced Cutalo, address, iflio trndo lists, gratia. mission. Agent* Wanted. II. M WATSON Old Coleg Seed Wurchoubo, Plymouth cd 1842. J-' SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHIKG. SPUING PBttim- Just in to-day,small lot of*the above,iuclud log nice lot. of Qnnts Walking Suits, Summer Casslmere, While Marseilles Vef-t, t * ,Lincn and Cotton Sucks,& Pants. ^ . CtlAS. DtMORSE. March 9th, 1872.-. h/ ':y '■ — ■ Hi. EIGHT TIME. rassa d Jute Baokbands, J Bridles, FOR SALE! by tiio'tiudcrsigiied, small quantity of Evergreens NS&B0SE8.I mm utul Rosea", raised in tho blue lnudNnud Assimilated to the cli- niuto and soil, after/long eultivai >n. Those may bo mined and removed, to distances not remote, with a certainty of continued growth, obviating the serious and repeated ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 March 1872

w-~- BRIBEIW IN KANSAS. P i 'i ,,i r; I m i A !| • ; Kl ... vt.i, i r The venality nn<l rapacity of the older of the two Kansas Senators has boon shown. Jn u time cf famine, there wan mowy t« x> disbursed,food to ho diritrihuti'tl, '.ml no questions lu-ked by tli<« starving. On the tide of popularity thus gained, a man rode into oil ice, took place in the lrout rank of greedy Radicals, who, under the cloak oi professions, bled their victims without limit* Pomeroy's venality at the Johnson liirpeach- mont trial has been fully exposed by his former colleague iYi tho Senate, whom ho betrayed and sold. The report of the Bribery Investigating Committee made to the Kansas Leg- islature, on Saturday, puts into offi- cial form proofs of the bribery by which he and1 kis associates of the ring kept themselves in power. The criminals used every means possible to :rnpcdeinquiry, yet tho committee developed a record of corruption the worst yet disclosed in this era of in- W ;ve>ti£j&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 March 1872

. 'g&m ..yfl URAHAM & TAYLOR. oulea*^ ,, ; wmwxj, IORWA USING .„ .. .■ vT^S*:. ■■ •• if: ANli i'ifti'. i! IV'Vi t , .v,, ft Vtrdldo S(.. BtU'a COMMISSION MKCI'ANTS,! " |HwJ£. . ; H 00 j;i3S CHARLES DlMORBS LONG SHALL OUR LANWiJ^ BKAVJ3 THE BKBBZU- THE i-TANUARD OP THI! FRZSB. I J u ft- ,v Aflt> i .mvrxv.owr, "• ^ IK nils.! Si ('oty'j v mi'miis i c, 't-rotn4 n-tiwr Hv OjT ;. r <A.fr " -:„ t*« - :•- "\. ' '■•■A ' !♦' VOL. 80. CLAKKSV ILLH 1IED RIVER COL \"I'V, TKX'AS, MARCH 33,1873. [ From the Xctc I ork World. FOUND WANTING. Tiltt Apmisistuation Wkiohkd in tjik Bai.- anck—A Mioirrr SruEcu uv Paul Scuaz— Tub fitencii Aums Jou LaU> Hake to the Honk [ PROM 057R OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Washington, February 20.—The mightiest. the Sillo of Ui certain persons, the Republican is by iliis government to L'.'uil < l October, jijat one DAY after the . because eyery ron11 out ci sales from t!i« l)e> vHimeut were coinplo- • /I« i led into the Demo- feci. Certainly, / ws was dfri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 March 1872

Ti-Mli-UiLi: A f'TKA V UMAW. BRIBERY IN KANSAS- The TcnelUy"uiid nfmty «f il« "• ,:'c' - *F. ■ - . - ~ " I fiiiS N Aimt, it watt T Stviliuif 30|. feigbt premium Gold __ negroeu were 10>. jw « V SI If has tint w-^ ^' t vi'u t,aL'afc-1 l'"Uoa. Rirong-sftlcH fi, .<>0■ i omiau!lyj • .. _ iiUhtf'is it' liu waii nut fooil oitiiiMuy !J11 j low hiiutlliij ^Ij> uuJ* Pill*. Imrgh, Pa.. til a thick prcMiitw officer* if lie was While wan brought fy :«. ■ V m ■ i-' < h I I ii -fl * 4 ! 1 w- * I } iv older of the two Kaunas Senators has been shown. In time cf i'limim:, thero was nnui *• ilisbui t' |. tocxl ip l>o <2 * -; •'' .! i ■ til no ijut.-j liou* tufaftHjy the - l ir , n r. (hi the ti<l> ol p^i'intv th !Minf«l, ii mail rt>-.l.t into office, I • >{< | '.i -u in the rank ofgrcctfy Uiuiicahv who, up*111 tbo {•!( • !; <.| | rolt'Msnms Wc'l tflfo 1,1144 victims Wfthi'iit limit' *h® ' (•jiftlitv at the Juhifwm iurjvJ?0'* ^hc imnil'fnal lui# beon f'uily oNpos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 March 1872

•>&r.i ''V'.' v'a.' • V- ■' tuBoouo county (Ky.) there isu fami- ly wluw© singular lutumer of Uviug aiul otUer peculiarities excite general intemtt. Thy head of the family is a native of Soot- land, an educated man, well lead, and of line conversational .powere. lie does noth- ing for tlie rapport of his family, and, al- though they are in an almost starving con- dition, is devoting his time to the stuily of the Greek language. While he is thus engaged they are living in a miserable hut \yithout floor or windows, and with scarce- ly food enough to keep them from starv- ing. The woman has neither education lift' sense; m fact, the only thing she has worth speaking of is fits. She gives the family what attention it gets, and prepares the food sent them by neighbors, while her husband is engaged in his classical Htudies, or in prowling about the neigh- borhood, reading essays to his acquain- tances. Peoplo suppose that lie is era ay, and in the Spring an effort will bo made to p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 March 1872

:ar;: ji UK I! J^ELKrJlANTS. eomitv has lost the benefits which ..lb ' .*■ CHARLES DeMORSE vs. Wm or BILL DINWIDDIE. THE STATE OF TEXAS. To the Sheriff ouuiy Constable of lied liiver county (JRKK'UNG: . You are hereby commanded to summon by publication as the law directs, Bill Dinwiddie, a transient person, to be had and appear before the C A person w lio4Wnxih lor a living Home dis- • , r i . . i ... _ , . . tin ice fit (in the eitv, rode in a wagon into j-,« ■ . • • w r , mi^lithuve been gainedby a knull\ to\vn vestciiUiv, briiyjintf witUUimiiHttlo , during one of the warn in India, disposition and reasonable nid. We soMi Alter Homing around lor an hour L_ - — _ I. am /.nnAM^ami4 tr o<>«r n<#niit 4 I... 1 itm r\t* 4 iti. Su /1<i_ .... 4ti«n .1/>tin« KiauSiuiitu li^ suburbs, •onilbrt him- ire of the .... .mipailioiis ' Justice's L'ourt, Prccinct >o 1, to be holdei at a *'ice or thrice conducted to the ItOs-, f Sherman Courier, indoors with whom 111: sot about beco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 6 April 1872

IMS t ,'wi > ' „> -A IV A LOWBHALI, OUR BR3BO-THB STANDARD OP IBB FRBBI SVXLLE; VOL. BO COUNTY, TEXAS, APRIL 6 . 11873 taats&i NO. 11. * BEAUTIFUL AMD MSBITED TRIBUTE. lovers oi freedom country T *. *" BASltLY 1MP0KTIJS7ATE. GONE DEATH. Twaa h life iuMumuce ngout—oue of the inddoru \ Htjlo, With brassy cheek and fluent tongue ami aggra- vating smile— That persecuted Abuer Drown, and eko iuflamod in bile. Tills agent followed Aimer like a sleuth-hound ou ' the scout,. 02, And managed to encountor him wherever Aimer went* Till Abuer fell Into a statu of clitontc discontent. Abuer, and hang right oil and" *Jm I Until; the disgusted XTiitor He used to ooruvr bore, ritr ^t desperntMif, swore; Then the calmly-smiling agent would Abuer bore -some more. Iti vain he strove that agent's visitations to avoid. And he realized that, if ho would no longer be iMiuoyed, That pestilential agent must be speedily de- stroyed. One day ho followed Abuer to Ills place of busi- ness, Ki'iiiarkin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 6 April 1872

* ' tfrt i 1 ma , | ¥: j KI>1 to ii & SSMORSB rnopitiKT o ir. I I ® 1 4 if ,,i.r ! gmi •; C£ AKKti VILL K. SATURDAY, AI'IUL 0, 1872. The UwB nnlnix of tit# Kntl! In the Jefferson Times of the S7tli, we find the following official* notice by the Grand Mogul of $kc Free School Deport- meat. If the reason for closing is good iu Mo- rion, it will bo good iu lied ltivor, and wherever else injunctions upon the Guber- natorial fraud have been obtuhied from the District Judges. We have no objection to pitWic edtifea- Hon by free schools, if these schools are uot made, media of oppression by over- tnxution, and.,by compulsion. Cpmptil- Hion, except o£ "so much taxution as U nec- eesary to susjalrt a government ecouoin- " ically atfniiuistcrwl, and Kprbvide ttoflpfr for public defence iu critical exigencies, or to compel a citizen posse to sustain uu oilicer of tlio Law in the enfore^nt ot civil order, is no . part of the Intimate iiuiciiincry ot' a free Government. It may work serious...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 6 April 1872

4 gequenoe employed, not by Andrew John* sou, but by'Gen. Grant and Mr. Stanton;' that in the MeOnrille case and tlio Geor-, gia case were involved the greatest ques- tions, involving the very peace of the country; cases that were argued for sev- eral days; that Mr. Stanton himself, iu oniKwition .to the wishes of President: Johnson, employed counsel to represent the Government; what would he have thought of the malice that could invent and publish such a statement as this! That tho Senate might know, and the country might know why he appeared iu the easel ho would ask for the reading of the following letter. He then sent to tho desk to bo road, a letter dated War Do, piU'tment, January 8, 1808, addressed to Senator Trumbull, and signed bv Gen. Grant as Setretary of War ad interim, stating that the department desired to en- gage his services to appear in the Su- preme Court in the MeOardlo case, in be- halt of the Government Mr. Trumbull <!ontlnuodat some length to explain his co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 6 April 1872

J j u m4 it'*.- Death ov^Rok. Georgb Epstis.— | An exchange mya : A band of A telegram received in this city yes- fanatics passed through Alabama a terduy from Washington, announced few days ago, en route for Middle the death of Hon. George Eustis, for- Georgia. It appears that the party inerly a member of Congress from (is but the advance guard of the this State. Tins event took place' whole sect, whose doctrines are so at at the town of Cannes, in the south variance with the rules of decent so- NOTICE. $.< P A v /« ,* -Ji:" ii I l i * 'm I i i* State. lie was at one time a practi- Georgia, and they have become the cing member of the bar of this State,1 possessors of two hundred acres of but at an early period of his career land near Augusta, which they call discovered a predilection for political the'Happy Land of Canaan.' Ilere life, and was sent, to Congress from they expect to bo supplied with all this district, where he served for sov- tho necessaries of life by the Lord, o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 May 1872

(m 1 $ •' «► * |H tfi?' • Mi# * .' *«*"*?* : V . • " ■ ' * ■ •. ,'i ** ■ DeMOHSB : r*n>t PROPRIETO*. lono shall our BBAVS THE -the standard of ths frbbf VOL. 80. CLAE^SVILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, MAY 18,1872, . no. if; THE From (he Now Mexl.uu. guulu ('«. P 11 0 S 1* E C T 0 It. BY SINOLELINIS. A rough, wild glen As dry as tv bono For from tlio haunts of mou Ami homo; The gnarled wood-grovroth Clings close to tho cliff, .Sprouting or dying (or both.) This is n eliecrlesa glow! The clink of a pick Chimes up the rocks.now and then, Weft quick'— An it came from one Who struck as he went, lu search of souio treasure in stone Intent. There's a man down there; And, up in the brush An Indian glides, taking caro To crush No twig, nor sprout, 'Neath his eat-like foot, Jlut fixes his bow, from his look-out T o shoot. Jte twangs his how, And an anjjry thud Tells where he draws, by his arrow, Tho blood, There's a grasp of the place in The blue laded shirt And a fall of a pick and a face ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 May 1872

x : p;: - 11' .. k f i I i i ... J — ml I ;■ I 1 ii •* im ii '4rr i'V . ;>! 1 1 >i .j; I ' 4 Dtiulllu I'ii be made botweeu people mi dil&rcnthjr | constituted and autmg upon Mich t!ftpt. J. li. Hopkins brought to iiSHifa motives, that our oppoiion^.uii, 'raeipecimen of hi* breed of Bulite, OKABLES X>13 7vrOH«J'i3 J3D1TOU & 1MIO V Jt I 15 TO It. C L A li ICS VIT,LE. HATtfltl >AY, MAY IS, 1«72. hardly Invoke personal appositions. « v!ai" lVu','e vv'^' *vUv heads per- Then for tho i eophj of the South, tlieiv ,• i craped, ami hoth rcceuing (jw)d, crmM not ho much time required foe icy bodies conjoint from choice between tlifi man who when we .^-nrd, * It had threo legs . ' \v torn- received O-oiir K. H. Cp«U- -g-g; v- t^uln[,t „„a Bolwbleralt ing, Esq., bookseller ami publjsbei, IIous* JU|M<J8 nre n gtriko, Troops are de- ton, Texan, a very handsomely gotteu up inau,ie,t by the Sheriff. Sheridan replies l-w *" " ■ ... „ - j)S? bm (Jen. infantry. A Detroit Mar 12....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 May 1872

O. L. BLACK WITH A. &H. HEIDEMAN, Manufacturers aud Wholesale Dealers in SADDLERY, SADDLES, - HARNESS, BRIDLES, COLLARS, WHIPS, &e„ Ac. 403 NORTH MAIN STREET, ST, LOUIS. No. 1(S—lyr. T. L. "WORSLEY WITH I.C. SIMMONS & GO. Jobbers of HARDWARE 4 UNUH, aaa * aai zr. main st , st. louis. mo. SIGN OP. THE "GOLDEN ANVIL." No. 16—C mofl. ESTRAY NOTICES-RED RIVER COUNTY. Taken up l\v A. Glosson, and posted before H. S. Van Wey, J. P, oue bay pony mare, about 5 years old, branded with C. T. on the right thigh atul sliolndw, 14 hands llinh s und one bay colt sucking the mure, 1 year old, no brands; appraised at $157 50. [L. 8.] Given under my hand and official eoal, on this, the 17th day of Mav, 1872. * JOHN A. BAGM', Clerk. nl7:3ts. Taken up by Marv M. Bankston, and posted before R. 8. Vau Wey, J, P. one dark iron gray pony mare, about 14 hands high, 7 or 8 years old, branded A on the left shoulder and nn (arrow or spear) on the left hip, shod be- fore, and both hind feet white; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 May 1872

IP m: M i H t \f i in i i II UtiAULBH PUANiHS ADAMS & TUK CINCINNATI CONV1SNT1DN. Springfield, Miimh., A|u*il 24.—The Ito- jiulilictiti of to morrow morning a ill con- tain the following: I'liurlcH Francis Allium* ami the Cincin- nati Convention.—An arranged many week* ago, Mr. Allium* saileil on his re- Jura to Kitro|ie yesterday, with his wife, in onlcr to bis ready lor the meeting of theticneva iii'bit tutors. llefore he, left, a gentleman interested in tiie Cincinnati Convention, and desiring that lie should become its candidate, wrote him, reques- ting his views of the movement which it represented, and suggested that there lie, some one in attendance who could speak for him, to which there was received the following •'(•ply, witli no restrictions as to its publicity : jtV// Dour Mr. Wrllx.—1 have received your lei ter, and will answer it frankly. 1 douottt'aut the nomination, and could only be induced to consider it by circum- stances under wbwrh it might possibly be made....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 May 1872

VOL. ED lllVKli COUNTY CONVENTION. At a conveutton of delegates from tlio several Precincts of tbo county of l{ed 5tivaiv*Ue!d ait tlio Court House, iu tlio town of tUnrksvillo, on the lStlWny of Mav. 1872.11. It. GAINES, was ejected President, and Uknky Little, Secretary. • The Convention was opened by an ad- dress jTroin tlio Trcaidont. ' • As three Precincts were unrepresented, ti motion was made by Col. Do Morse, to change the Convention to a Mass Meeting which motion prevailed. On motion, a committee was appointed .•aft Resolutions, ami ^iggeat ^thiL CLAEKSYILLE, RED EIYB Stale, then t lie last vestige of Civil Lib- erty has departed, and it has only be- come n question of Mercy with t he 'cen- tral Dictator, by whatever title ho may bo known—the mere title implying nothing, except in connect ion witli his defined or undefined powers. Resolved jlnaify, That wo are Democrat- ic ^Republican people, not for the wane; but ibr tho.prinbiple* implied by the name —because wo believe i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 May 1872

V I l„ 1 yjl j g; % f ™< i % T 1 K 1 •*«, 4 f • M j' I; t !•- av m •At • « : fa ik! <$ OKABLBB DB MORSE HDITOlt & P110 l7It 1 KT0 If.. 0LABKSVILLJ3, SATURDAY, MAY 1*72. is■"«■" ■■'■■■ u—a^g^Haaww^wgg? C'niu. C'liuiwrmill 1'rotui'tlun. Our representative Capt. Conner, sends «8 lib speech upou tiie TurWl? question, delivered May 1st, and wo "extract briefly, to show that our Win'Oseututivo appre- ciated the point woanide in a former art- icle, tlint accepting five Tea und Coll'ee was perpetuating protection on wool and iron & coal, but concluded that such pro tectiou cintlil'not be confined to Peuusylva- nin, but the South would after awhile derive benefit. This to the line ot argu- ment employed by the Protectionists? but the South' wants none of it. Do the J i on furnaces of Twi #8« uooil till! Does the iron mountain of-Mis- souri need protection f Does tiie protec- tive system dcvelope the Coal and iron of Arkansas and Texas? No! Does not every man know 1hat it does n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 May 1872

W. 13. Wrig-lit, ATTORNEY AO COUNSELLOR AT LAW, OUlKSVXUft TEXAS, Practices iu Roil liivor, Lnmai4, Doltn, Hon- liiiis, Fnuniu aud Uruyson couutics, and In vku Supremo Court at Austin and Federal OanVt at Tyler, aud attends to Collecting iu any part ot' the State. vaOuiIStf' 0. L. FJIKBMAN witn J. F. COMSTOCK & CO., Importers, Manufacturers, and JolAiers. iu Boots,-Shoes, Leather, Sl Findings, nos« eoa (ss bos, ut. mcain, AND 307 AND 309 COMMERCIAL ST, ST. LOUIS, MO. nl8:(tm. BLINK BOOKS, PIPES & INK. Jouns.vi.s, Record and Day Hooks, sup. paper, Ink, Carmine, ltod, Violet, Hlack, fie Steel pen writing Fluid, in Quart*, Pints, half-pints, aud school stands, of the very best manul'aeture. Paver, Foolscap,Letter & Commercial Note, aud Envelopes. A fresh supply, just received, by CHARLES DeMORSE. May 2nd. " O. L- BLACK WITH A. &H. HE ID EM AN; Manufact urers and Wholesale Dea'ers in SADDLEEY, SADDLES, HARNESS, BRIDLES, collars, whips, &o., &a. 403 NORTH MAIN STR...

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