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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 May 1872

} 1 > \ Us • \ (i I I • After order haft bt*cn ivstoreil, lllinoin mqmIi SettuKS nthh lidded 14 votes to Greeley u olio to nrouitKM of bknatou ucnvnz. Truuibnll. Filhir citizcHH: 1 his convention Worda'avo inadequate to deKcrilm tlio rppiio of cfoullwhin hero onniiinfy. All or* dor ueawsd. Tho Pienlde'ufc hammered the map of the United Whites with tho gavel on tho desk without avail. Tiio general interiuingliiiK of' delejsetions ere- ivting what may bo called an intermixed i\ti lit* tuiiifiisidii. Men loudest demonstrative cheers interrupted order. 1 lie chairman s mallet kept going' at short intervals uii- ™ Astoria of hisses llnally brought the convention into coinparntivo quiet rule, whoreupoU several delegates KiniUilano- ously attempted to aiblress the chair at once. Another relapse into temporary eoufuHiou iollowcd, the oIihivihnii ot in 1* cgations having to force*their way to the front in order to secure recognition lie. .1 the elinlr and to bo heard by tho secreta- ry In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 1 June 1872

V •i lera v .iv: ' * 1 ■••'• OX£ ARLBSDeMOBSB -jj&L ' ■ v- ;. LONQ vol.. 30. THE 0%D MI L £ . ^ . ■ i 1)V PAULINE WIIYNE. After many a year of wandering. My tired heart comes back at will To the play-groom! of my childhood, 'To the Old forsaken mill." mi• - -Vvf; Forty years the hornets bailded High among the wood brown eaves j Forty Springs tbe blue birds carrolled 'Neath tbe tasselled willow trees. A % •« ' . 1 :• •• <r. • And the star flower and the wild rose Bloomed in beauty £\-exy where, And with soft breath breathed their fragrance, Out into the Summer uir. . \ In the swamp the violets clustered Large and blue asaagel'a eyes, / *And the hill topTOOwned with daisies, Beared its proud head tyrard the skies. Ob! tins my home, and this my'play-grounj}, • In those liitppy day®gone by, These my brakes and these my bushes, This my air and this my sky. Bnt these years have brought their changes, Bobbed the wild wood of its bloom, And the old mill, worn and shattered, Finds a f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 1 June 1872

K i 1 ll ,!" i ? 1' ' if if -1 •K IIITOK Hp 0FBIKT0B. OLABKSVILLK. 8ATUBDAY, JUNE 1, 187$ We are authorised tat announce Cant. H. L. Sins, of Hied Blver roiihtfy, a/a candi- date for District Attorney «f the 8th Juilili'al Himi' '1 1 V\ V ■J *3 TIm UMtflet AttoAicriWP> Our friend of tbe North Texan, uurmenuoi xuex ur«,u • g ^ Md ascribing themineral wealth objects to whet be term* the nomination , of Capt M. L. 8[m8, of this place, for of Art^sa^«ay? ^ good Printer, steady and sober, tan' ' Qsd permanent Clnployment at this oltcc. \ Vt*y PitifUl. jV The Sherman Courier angWel's oiir ar- gument upon Copt. Conner'n waiver of tbe teal pqiqftcal Interest® of ^lii oonBtif- ueutanpoh tbe Tariff question, and- oot that when Conner in tb^intcfestof a leavored to I a local infhieA<Jo « Sliertnnn—nnswefU these joints, which are rendfly susceptible of proof as to all the' facts charged— how!—1bt' publishing our article or any part of it f No I this Would have been permitting its readers ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 1 June 1872

E. 2L. SHaw, " T * Cr.MbKivSfiJl'gi iiAirojACIURE4_ «' WHQLOBALB buui in BOOTS & SHOES, Bftti A Leather, MAwmmfa-, ' ' ■■■wwmwM.thxu. Iil9: BU7S BZDB3 AND WOOL. : THE PATENT AFRICAN STEAM FIRE PROOF SAFE has iteMr foiled to preserve it* contents through tho hottest ilr*«. . ' Tho jymarkahlo tire proof quality, of the safe is secured by the generation of ateam, from water placed in hermetically sealed cop- per ca&a, between the inner wall of th<f Safe mid the book ease. The peculiar property of steam to hold and carry heat, is the philosophical principle tint elves Mr. Sanboriftj invention its great value, and insures the absolute safety from fire of the contents of any safe protected by his inven- tion..* .. t T")( For descriptive pamphlets and accounts of i numerous trials. Apply to E. A. SHAW, Agent, Jefferson, Texas. "nl9:3mos. / •Vj'iH: • ,j r-) Medicines, « OUs, ' ' J "' ^ Turpentine, ■ • CastUeSoap,- fining, t • •it T?rn MWUlg No. 84 I year W. B. Wright, ATTORNEY AN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 1 June 1872

J [ tnm thafiow York World. - lCOMUN JACK SHEPPABD:* v mmmmm tOneof tlit most remarkable crimin- Ida oirrecord is the youth of the above nickname, who escaped «o singularly fitxn prison on Tuesday, 9tu, and has Apt yet been discovered. For yews he has been a noted thief and burglar. Hnwffl months ago he, in company with lour others, robbed a bounded ware- house in Vestry street of $42,000 worth of silk owned by II. B. Claflin & Co;, cheated his fellow thieves out of their share of plunder, decamped, ' escaping detection, although a reward of $5000 was put upon him. On the night of the 6th he committed ano- ther burglary under still more daring circumstances at a warehouse in > Philadelphia, whence he escaped to New York, and was caught on Tues- day, Rtb, at Adams Express, wliere he had gone with a confederate na- med John Hathaway, to get theplun- der heliad sent forward. The two were conveyed to ptfi&n. thfeppftrd, whe gave the name of William Jones, was ■ locked up in a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 15 June 1872

'■ < 'slit •to THE CHARLES DeMORSS •f ' LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE-THE STANDARD OF THE FREE! EDITOR <50 FXiOPXiisa^OZe. —« VOL. BO. OLAJRKSVZLIJi], [RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, JUNE 15, 1879. NO. WK'ltK ALL FOtt llOltACK, uv geo. ai-l'ltkl) t0wnskx1), 'TIh honest Horace (I rceley, With his old white hat mill slatV! Tho politicians laugh in four, In joy the people laugh; A laugh comes o'er the Paddy's fuee, And o'er the negro's month, And first since all these bloody year*, Laughs, too, the wounded .South! With laughter like to summer, " Let us have peace" indeed, And not; the frosty soldier peace, Whoso wold's a broken reed, Hut with this grand old neighbor's rule, And times of golden law, *. Old hat red shall be turned to lover? And laughter lo lmzza. The camp (Ires burn for Greeley, lint not on Holds «>f arms; They burn by thinking cotters' heart lis, And wink from prairie farms, Where good old couples rub their palms, Anil say: " Praise (.tod 'tis so! Since rule...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 15 June 1872

i 1. i !l li v . H "i I I ■I ' I I; H ! I « H \l. Ml Mill We copy iito following from iho nlohtn theso chickens it \ unci.' luidu t i brought on this war. | Laughter, j OIXA-KXJSSi X5i: MOB9B E 1) I T O K & V K <) P It I K T O 11. ... I i v.i'it to tfli you i) u*o< tin On the first announcementof the tu k.-t. svl„i,iulllK „f ., tv-llow when ho begins to J of the Cincinnati Convention, we l""k | timi over. f,- lu occuMiou to UH.v that the position in which | ]n.j,iy p„j, .prudent; [Laughter.] Ito .jjtrrt .e -g'gMUWJ a KTrcvxrvrvvm Latest 3WS 0LABK8 VXI/LE. SATUHDAV, JUNK 15, 1872. CV" Wo are authorized to uiuioiiiico Capt. W. L. Sims, of Kid UiVer comity, iim candi- date for District Attorney of the rttli Judicial District. J Of* A good I'riutcr, steady tttod roller, can lintl penuunent employment ut tliin ofllcc. |C7"\Vei call attention to the' new card of (jRAllA.'M & Tayj.oh, C o III ill i s siun mid Forwarding Merchants at Jefferson, gentlemen who have maintained an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 15 June 1872

% Graham & Taylor, WHOLESALE OliOCKltS, (Stomwissicm, and . Forwarding Elerckants, UltliE BRICK WAREHOUSE, On tho Ijovoo, JoAcn'Mun,... Texas. Agents for the sale of the Celebrated STI'DE- MAKER wagon. Agents for the sale of Knit's Portable Engines & Saw Mills. Agents for LolVel & Co., Turban water Wheel. Agents for Isaac Slranb A Co., queen of the South, Corn uiul Win at mi 11a. uaitf. RED RIVER COUNTY E8TRAY NOTICE iil'il/ IVll UiV VUUrt & i I'JO I Urt I I JA-flu J Taken up by Titus Davis, and (mated beforo ! I1;] "!'11 ®Ufe R. 8. Vim \V«y, J. P.. one brown mule, !."> or j '-hills and Fever, whet' Dr. John 13 nil's GREAT REMEDIES. • DR. JOHN BULL, MANUFACTURER AND VENDER OF TH13 CSi.E3ai.TElD SMITH'S TON I€ SYRUP POH THE CUBE op &&9E AND FETTER, oh chills -ajxtxd fever. Tin* proprietor of this celebrated uiedifiuo just- ly claims for itii superiority over nil remedies ev- cr otl'orcd tu the public, lur tin* sale, certain, spun- GIIOVER AND BAKER'S IrSIGH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 15 June 1872

t ill ip i i\ }•.: 5:' i % M i I i f 1 ■in i V I I i i ' mm* ♦ Til 10 NKWa .rhioiitfo, 111., May 1.1,—Tho body of n young limit found in tin* river hint night, with u bullet wound in tho breast, has boon reeogiiized us that of .Matthew Kni- luk, a tailor, reeeutly in the employ of Mokkiu Holing & Co., and who has been missing about two weeks, having never WHAT tiKN. J'ltYOli KAYS. SPLENDID Iicuo OF IiKVOU'TIOXAUV Timiw.—Tlioro is now on exhibition at the AUGUST UKLMONT WOUKIXO to elect jewelry establishment of Messrs. William (iifant. ' Urown & Hon, southeast corner of Haiti* [ From tb« N. V. Hnn, May 25.1 I more mid Charles streets, JJaltimore, a (len. Itnjryr A. Pryor the well known I magnificent idle of tin* llovolutioii, ot repw *enl*fivo Southerner, who is prae- great value and beautiful workmanship. Using /fiw ill this eity, yesterday eoin-, This is a gold suiill-box, prewMiteil by . niunhiiited his views on the present its- | Louis XVI., King of France, to Col. John U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 29 June 1872

t TUT? 1 ±1 ej OHABLES DlMOHSB long shall our banner brave ths -tBb standard or thb frbbi EDITOR So PROPXZlTOai. "VOL. SO. CLARKSVILLE, RED ElVEEMmTY, TEXAS, JUKE 29, 1872. NO. 23. HEART HUNGRY. Somo hearts go hungry through the world, Aud never liud the love they seek; Some lip* with pride or acorn are ourled To hide the puiu they may not speak. The eyes may flasli, the month may smile, The voice in giddiest mirth may thrill, And yot beneath thorn all the whilo The hungry heart is piuiug still. Those know thoir doom and walk tlmir way, With level stops anil steadfast eyes, Nor strive with fate, uor weep nor pray— Whilo others, not so sadly wise, Are mocked by phantoms evermore, And lured by seeming* of delight, Fair to the eye, bnt at the core Holding but bitter dust and blight. 1 see tlicm gnze from wistful eyes, t mark their sign on fading cheekts, I hear thorn breathe on smothered bighs, And note the grief that never speaks; For them no migln "edrosses wrong, Nor eye with pity i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 29 June 1872

i i if i J J I l; 11 fc LI Bt r I •ii Hit - SB 111 Is ' HHII ■ B if' m iu'.J *•.. 1. III |! M ... if1 - ic :r ▼ -Sfii m- • Keniilaud, iU'ii. Bobeftsuii, of WioAiug- ton, Goo. Hancock, and .lot* Lee, Tluso were moo of the old Republic, and thorn Mere many more, whom wo cannot call > BTl,"F-g 'H>Tf MOBSE lip Ht tllO IllOIIIOUt of W l'itilig, fIS WO WHO B J> I T O lW& P B t) I* It I K T O It. very busy, and our mind absorbwd by tho action of tlio Convention. j Wo «aw too, many of our editorial brethren—'!1. I'. Borden,who published t ho old Telegraph,'at San Felipe de Austin ; 1 oha: OLA.UKS V1LLE, SATURDAY, JFN13 20, 1*72. Tbe kilnli) Convonlion ut Conticunn. « i)ivi«i.> w.tmliip iipconilitK vii , of the Houston Times—formerly our totlliMlMMlf till- l'KOTKMTANT KlUHCOPAI. (JllL'IK llj . Willi,l,«n rtf Mm fjlllVCMtllli <itiriut{ tiu) Kuiunkcit (mi tii<-:ir<i o'wusmau, ii, or tue tJuiwscon 3iM,4iUSuiuwy «f *vm month. Mom lug Pray- News: Uwiug, of tlio Trinity Ad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 29 June 1872

m OBRUACT* pied ob the morning oftho 14tU inst., at Ida r« idonct>i. iu Clttrksvule, Doctor George tiurdon, who, for thirty- Ave years, was a dis- tinguished practicing physician in thla town; and in this and several of the neighboring counties. The deceased was horn iu Cineinnntl--cdu- eutcdhyldu uucle,DoctorTayloij uudw Doc- tor Vntos, of Newport. Ky., nud Doctor Mc- Dowell, of Ciuciiumti, uud having comple- ted his modloul course, removed to llllnoU, where he was hooii employed us assistant sur- geon iu the Black Iluwk war. Soon alter, ho removed to Arkansas, where tie practiced his profession iu tho counties of Clark and Sevier. In 18.17, he removed to Red River county, ami in tho following year, was engaged iu the Indian v ar under (Jen Rusk. In ld39, he was married to ihe widow of tho late Jus. Clark, Kan* At tiio eonjjjuoucemont of tho late war, Dr. 0 irduii, with lii-t mm*, and stepsons, warmly (Mpouscd tho fchmtluivu cause, and ptitrh ii. al- ly united their interest to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 29 June 1872

i r ri t J i L;! i lit"" I H I I *i I I 5 II i H 11' i j i : THE LI BE UAL HE PUBLIC AN tj. IW. M. Grouvenor, Chaittuan of the Lib- eral Republican State Committee of MiMonri, in K. Y. Tribune.] Whether the Convention at Cincinnati shall mean much or little depend# upon the courage and fidelity oi Itepnlilicuns of other States A short and ure path to great reform* is through its open doom*. The earneat friend* of retorm, railed thither for consultation, will then know the attitude of the Republican ami" DHn* oeratie parties. Wen who mean tinder no frircunistances to sacrifice 6Ire principles for which we contend, i«T they join us there, cau make the Convention what they pleaf-e. If then*, or afterward, they decide that lietorin shall lift a standard ot its own, we wire not who may bear it, if only the man be ou« whose nerve and fidelity assure us that in his hands the flag shall never touch the .ground. But men who hesitate,and stayinbomb-proot's and wait to see victory descending t...

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

« * o'fc OHABLE8 DeMOESH 7'- i - 'rt| ■ LOHd BRAXiTi OUR BAWJ7I:r BIUVVU T/<M iirojErB--TH •TAJTOJJCD Ol'THa HUBBI BDIfOR da x : "VOL. 80. claeksyill: Special to tho jGalvestou News.] FROM CORSICA^A. ' ap EIYEIi COUNTY, TEXAS, JULY 6^ 1879. 3STO. 24. . OOBSfc.UiA, Juno 18. YESTERDAY EVKNTA'O SESSION. T. J. Johnaon, a delegate from Bowie <£< A largo number of delegates who arri- ved last uight presented themselves and wore admitted to seats, souie twenty in a!i. Millar, a colored man, from Marion £^a|j county, tookliis seat with his delegation, juc" ; m for that of F lie is an intelligent looking fellow. The following resolution was passed: Unsolved^ That this Convention pro- Th6 Oomniitte oil Permanent Organize- W(;d to appoint a committee of thirty tion and Basis of Representation, repor- mem hers, one from each Senatorial lis- ted for President, John II. lieagan, Vice tdet. to select and utcommend to commend Presidents, Win. St«Uinau, S. LJ. Maxy, t<> this Conventio...

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

5 ! ^ f tfi "J I if rl> ; I J 1 I t iff airMJS*.-- I •; OIIA-RJLEQ t>£3 MCOIiSS E D I T O R* & P li O 1* 11 I K T OB. s—■ „ , "■ . -v^- Len.-i.;,-Tr OLARKSYILLE. SATURDAY," JULY (5, 1873. Kf We are nnthorizcit to announce G'apt. M. Ji. Sims, t>t Red Ibver county, iu a enudl- dato for District Attorney of the tilb Judicial District. SUOiol's .None*.—Divine worship wcnrdlnK j tine of th 'Ftcoi r.KTAST KmuirAt t'm mill, will tie celebrated during thu Summer, on the tfrd „ and 4Hi SnutluyB of every, month. ,\f>>riiiiif{ 1'lay- er at OJ o'clock; the J.itoi.v find Cenimuuior. ut II K. It., nnrt Evening Prayer lit >i o'clock. f Uhtfksville.yune lDth, R?" Col. DeMorse, tlio editor, left Tiie* flay for Baltimore, to a'K tid tho ('omen ti.ni that is U> convene on the !)th imriaiil. tfey* Wt: 'viil attention In the notice of He.i! Kivtr County Fair in another <?o:<imn. re QUI attrition totho attent Cat found m > of this Issue, re] jller comes Mo gentlemen for ...

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

Dp. J ohn Bull's s NEW ORLEANS v.mv GRE AT REMEDIES. . Cwthtng, Hata—Men'*, Youth'* & Children*. School Hooka, Cotton Plough line, M&dlla Plough line, Powder. Strychnine the Mow Orltana Sanitary and pany, No. 14 Union St. Superior to Guano «t less than Half tho Price. Jfo, i man par. ton) No.9145. 'Send forOircuiaifc jKlyT gOVTHI:fB;N v IKS UKA N CG 0 0 BP AO. The Pioneer Soutlxern Company. ORGANIZED IN 13G0. o^er>■.*■• • • ••• lucuiuv .«• .* •...«•. $1,800,000. i,uoo,ooo. SUCCESS ASSURED. SOLVENCY UNQUESTIONED. Katio of Assets to Liabilities, fcU >..35. SR. JOHN BULL, MANUFACTURER AND VENDER OF colbdRated MITII'STOMG SYRUP FOR TIIE CUKE OF ACUTE MB FEVER, © CKCIX.X4Q yvaSTXJ FEVER. Tho j r t))t ictor of this celebrated medicine just- POINTS OF lUtlpilliLB^OO. the only TRUE '1 EST OF A COMPANY 16 1l',ul|Ils fo1'ifc a superiority Over nil remedies ov- S'i'i! ENU'iH. beauty and Using Both' I; 8poola. ; "f the public!, for the safe, certain, xpee- ' No Faatenio' waste "^i...

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

'IS tir*. ! i' .* I • ; If ' 1 Pfi •I P' jl ' I | | is 1 1 ■] II fj If ' I I Til* Onot Uwtlvinalis ni Antloch. r New York, May 4.—The London Telegraph at May 24, bait the following: A private letter gives interesting particulars of the earthquake which occurred at Antioch on the 3d of April. Twothird* of the houses in the town havo been ntteriy ruined", including tho most ancient and durable public buildings, nr.fl tho reuiaiu- ing housed are so greatly damaged that.there if no possibility of oecupytng them. Tl o in- hiihftanta, who arc in groat misery,* arc living In tenta outside tho town, and- are in deep friefNoa «ce«<tnt «T th« has .<f property. I'1'*- "arrillce of lifo h;|" "n *vt- j great, LVW Mfthom< t'ltiS aud 2.V fimtiaus and Jew* '*•'"« ' 'l ,, Anthwh is tho T*'" cf t-'Hulk., ii "hit* all tho " • • JCunvlbur. , ' New YobKi June 14.-A oorrespondent of the London Times, writing from Zanzibar, in relation to the hurricane which occurred there on the 15th of April, s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 July 1872

% ■ '1T" axs:-A-n.3L13s dsmohsb LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRATS TfitS BR8BZS—THE STANDARD OF THE FREE I tifiXXOR <5e vol. ao. claek8ville, hed tlEAUTlI-VI, DREAMS. rilio lny tuiciMfectous, In tbvutny si cop, While liovliiVi-thlo wuri ohblujf slowly! Wo know slio would with tiui alnliing sliil Ah wo wntuluMl l y lint' jilllosv' lowly ; And vuhily wo waicliod her i'tirusvoll Word, Oiio wliiHjinr only tho sili'ticn utilTiiil— "Di'tintiftit drciUDs! bouiUiful (.humus!" ^giumT-r: lint.cn' (i; nil1; Hluniboral on ; Like* aicmi' in ilio light wiiai shaken Hw-jtoisa+l;'.luUcml, lior iiid.fyi h«nt low, " fc-'woidd ncvcr'walv'M.jV '* :f*]io lilted 1«oa large wid lustrous eyes, Andt-ut-toral :•.« ? b in jeijiiI s\iv)iii>to, ,w~. • "S'lieb li.tmtjftil, buimiful ilivuws!" No more—oi. tho whiga of throw boiiutiftl ilrenyw Shu was gone, and the day was ended; As we folded her hands to t heir hint ivjuiun Tim evening shade,i deseen'led ; And the stars eanie oiiv ami wrote on high In guidon lt tii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 July 1872

['• JS 1 tH 1 I ' i / > j i i i Jfef; i. J * ■ r, \. . H CK A.R3LBS DE MORSE K I) I T O II & P 11 O P It 115 T o It. Ori'i lcy VKi Oiwit. The radical press seems greatly exer- cised to know how tliQ Deuiocrutio party can support Greeley. How dans they «ni - j)ort Grunt f They have taken a Benedict Arnold, trom the Democratic party to do thin work, and now wish to know why we support a in::n of Greeley's political wins. Are they the only men who have a right to wink at fraud and corruption, and is SIT We or* mithM t* nanoam* n«pt. j the. Democratic party alone honest and M. L. Sims, of Bed Hlver county, im a i-andi- | patriotic f What all say munt he so, and date for District Attorney of tho riih Judicial , ^jiejr interrogatories, tacitly admit the ' 1 The Democracy conhl sup- CI®* Wp nro iuitli<nize<l to niuioiincc tlin ! port Greeley, hccanse for his every sin, iiniuaAf the Hon. 1). 11. CulborKoti, of JcfR r- Will, iim a fliltt tlis'rh' Kinney Convention. CLAliKSyiLLK....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 July 1872

m m£, . % m t Married. BakER—Dale.—Ou Sunday, tho 7th 4.,-t at 0 o'clock, p. m.j at the mddenc© A bride's Arthur, in Olarksvillo, l y rt#v, jAMEfci OUAnAM, Mv. ohouok (j BAKER, to Miss ULLA l)ALKt We sincerely oougintuiate the young '' itonple in their good i'ovtuiio, and hope ♦ Wt th^ have started out in life with i ^ w^rospetit* before them, that no L>VlUever dim their happy path- , , w„v .Jittt tiowoi-s and snushine may Bt tliajM at every step through a long iitv'g journey. It. ' Jnilge Alison, of Philadelphia, holds tin* l:l is not uasault and battery to resist ' >r making an a must without a . . tor itiisdi'maanor, not committed •\ ol the oflicer. titid that" JoU'cruou Davis will >It imore his future home, nud will lUlia vindication of his iuli.iiuis- hile President of the Confederate Dr. J ohn Bull's GllBATREMEDIBS. DR. JOHN BULL, MANUFACTURER AND VENDER OP THE .CELEBRATED SMITII'STONIC SYRUP FOR TIIE CURE op ACUTE AND FEVER, OR OKCIXiliS -A.2>TI5 FEVEB. The propri...

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