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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 July 1872

it *• V r- "■ i ft | BBC ' ■j § it'll * " i4 : , . ->0 \m>f - I i"i. M, MIHOELLANKOb'S ITEMS. Murk Twain on W" T«v l* j TO tin 131 & Tft,yIor, 1 got into the ciirTand took n w at in WHOIJ3*lJi MOC^ Tlnwnrc tlurtw-n hundred and sixteen jllxt,l|H>Klti«ji* ton feuiaU-. That fcnmle (f fltttlNlfilftfltt tt£11*111 It telegtyiih ufaitioiw In (fennui*/. j jiM.e a ,„.rf «-t Insitrmic© cowi|wn.v lor w VJHIHmw W > S 4 "' Italian eon)posers published last year j,er__jt insured her iijjpiinrtt ever getting thirty-tax new ujicnuf. j married to anybody exwjit a blind man. Rutland, Vt, is to liav® a pajHT cost-! Her mouth looked lik<; a eruek in a dried nine reeenHoju ' j lemon, and there wan no more expression in her fate than tlicie is in a euj of cold Indianapolis is getting up a "profession- al jurors'league custard. Bhe pppeared sis if #li" had lHt-n'tliroiigh onu feminine and got two- jLisrx) Forwarding Merchants, LAME BRICK WAREHOUSE, On the Ivovoo. .Teilbrnon, Texas. Port...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 July 1872

K fr,n • ■ ■ :•. .!t 'I •''' ,,i! •, itul-tU*1 m ..«J ■/ ■TjfcoB it i? 11 <r .'i > oi )>•/> '(; .1 I it. i n !"■'". QHABLES D«MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE—THE STANDARD OF THE FREE I ■w ■" T"; VOL. SO. CLARKBYILLE, BED RIVER COUNTYi TE , JUJL,Y 27, 1872. FEEL WHAT HAVE FELT. 0 IUIHO not brains, industry nml energy enough' . , . XT ..r , . to save the city and State from those who Ayottttg.lady ui New fork was in the are stealing everything tlwy can get their whero man that a friend accused her of being- a man- state, tVoYatter oau sav tilev have'iiloro iac on the subject of intemperance, where, j brains, energy and enterprise than the upon she wrote the following touching white men who are anchored here in the j city of ? o\yvOrleans. And the simple reasou that you cannot CKN1SUAL DIV1DK i run a youug any in -yw x one was in iue are stealing everything thevcau get thpii' habit ot writing on .the subject ot temper- hands on, t'liev deserve to be just where ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 July 1872

irjpr ft' i f OHAJtZ.ES 3322 MORSE EDITOR & Pit OP HIE TO It. OLABKSVILLE. SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1872. FOR PRESIDENT, HORA C E O R K E LEY, ill' NEW TOHK. FOR vfC'E PRESIDENT, B. GRATZ BROWN. OF MlflftOl'lU. POK CONORK8B STATE AT LARGK. Jl'UOK A.*ll. WILLIE. OK GALVESTON. COL. ROORn Q. MILLS, OK XAVAMtO. iW Wc ore M. L. Si m, of Ii< i ll;. 1 to ilUllOIUICC c.'| t. ii\ cr enmity, .'!•> it cuiu livered, and ns a presiding officer he tilled the full measure, prompt, jKJHitive, ex gftaining difficulties in brief, determining all points judiciously, and commanding the attention of the body, however much excited, and always easily heard, with his clear, strong void', and deliberate expres- sions. Of course, you have got the pro- ceeding;* more fully than I eoujd attempt to write them, and the descriptions in the Ilaltomorc Patriot which I sent yon, are faithful; but it is difficult to describe the scene as the Stat*-* nnnouncfd their votes; and when after Missouri bud claimed the i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 July 1872

t. -- ' ,^r -/V; I Married.—At tbe romidence of Cai>t. W. I'. Cornelius, on the evening of the 25tii lust., by Rev. John Andcihon, Mr. W.B.S. 0ampbkll, to Mrs. Delia Adams. Jndfjo Alison, of PhilrtdcO|M^~hoh(s that it is not assault and battery to ivsist nn officer making an arrest without a warrant, for miMlmfltiuor, not committed in view of the officer. It is stated that Jett'ersou Davis will niake Baltimore his future home, and will noon publish a vindication of his adminis- tration while President of the Confederate States DISSOLUTION. Tin: Copartnership heretofore existing us W. II. Dickson & Co., has been dissolved by mutual consent, taking effect from July 1st 1372 ; W. II. Dieksou becoming sole propri- etor of the business and accounts, and also re- sponsible for the indebtedness of tbe old iiriu. w. h. Dickson. W. P. Daukali.. Tiib Undersigned having purchased Mr. Pai-null's interest in the above firm, will con- tinue business aa lievotofovo nt. the old stand mi the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 July 1872

, f i it <5 i ' ! ' *1 nf m :i if "4 r; "1 m i HI II i i Hi ■ * 1!' j i ! I i Bfifi <m**x.~rr-rias£ >rfawU||Ll? EDITOR. | of tli« Whim aud Republican iity of me ia i true.'1 tHIiwei* tor rhe ring journals.] Ask the editor of tlie 'IIiuoh or Republican to , Wv u U*x>inotive for yon. lie would buy j • * ttre foot locomotive for ti'fnur toot eight , gauge. [LangUter.] Semi tlieui down to Btow your ship. They would put pi# Iron 1 ou top of petroleum. [L uylitor.| Do I, ' Heeiu to "know what I tint talking ubout ? [Judge Cotton: You dp.*'] Xhwuk you. HCAUOITY OV OUURKNCY. There were three hundred ndlliotm of nittioiiul hunk currency insued. Xew Kiig- lund and New York took two hundred millions, and left the West and Houth,! with their thirty nullions of people, only | one hundred million#, [Shame.] That, aecouuts fur the poverty of the South aud Wwt. [True.] You have HO t'linviiey. Ton are in the position of having eleven , hundred thousand bales of cotton, atul only three sh...

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

.. "Tl w v I k%il V.'V \.v. mm k*\ : THE <• „, Jj* ,-p. j S' A ? ' Sp 'Mty CHARLES D«MOR9B ^ ' *, BfeitL IBTi VOL. 30. CLA'RKSVI ft*v 9 ri CAPTURE OP THE QUEEN CITY. BY PERSIA. "The complete surprise, the romantic surroundings—-a little field battery of (our guns, grappling ou an open beach oue of the most formidable vesaelfi of the enemy's gigantic navy. The muffled Approach is within twenty feet of the boat, and the terrible suspense of four hours of face-to face waiting under the yawning muzzles! of thirteen guns, form one ot the most daring episodes among many of ihe Con- federate stjuggles." * • • Flowed the waters, lit by the star*' white shoen, And the Queen City sat them like a queen. As proud in her iron strength, as of old Was Vashti proud in her purple and gold. But the waves, iii a language she did not know, Said, "The king is here !" in Jitir hushed, low flow-— Wind-aouiuled reveille she did not hear, "Awaken, awnken, the king is near !" Hut sombre and solemn, aud wr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 3 August 1872

K i ! i | f 1 111 I; ;f 1 \ \ * 1 &m£- Jp.s •)";.• • ••.« m ■ \.; £% .* 4--> ■■- f <"/ ' ' -' «<j§r ■;<* . * ■■••'•''Ik « k^jmkm •- „ lTjry *, ''J**-.-* j* a, -m w*wowW* wWi® m- jL mM . ■•' m|5 • ■* fir . w ; i", ^ ' pi,,.. w," ■£%> *;.t-->•*•> "' & ■ rwytok, '■A- V^« "wi*-? OKARtas ssMonas EDITOR & PKOPRIKTOH. CLABKSVILLE, SATURDAY, AU(1U8T3,1$72. FOK PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY, OK NEW Y0IUC. ' FOB VICE PRESIDENT, B. GRATZ BROWN, OF MMSOtJBi. pon conoueAu statk at lahor. - rJ UO,ttB A. H. WILLI®. , OK QAU'KSTON. COL. nuOEK Q.IMILLS, Off SAVAWSO. fi CItAN'D OENTKAL HOTEL, I New Vt'itK, July I s, ! <72. | Pear Siaurlttrtl:—Arrived hero on Mon (lay about mid-day, and coming to this liotise soon touiid myself surrounded by ni'ipiuintautiis—-the eVnomerciid gentle- men who sometimes visit Ohuksville, and some others, uml havo had n pleasant time of it. ho far, though I have t"cti \ < n littln of tho City sigh's. Tin* 'I'hv.ifi< : aro mostly dosed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 3 August 1872

Dr. J ohn Brill's Gil EAT REMEDIES. T"T% Received Hats Mew's, Youili'a & CUildrens. School Books, Cut ton Plough lino, Manilla Plough liue, tMwder Strychnine OKtli, ED W AHDS & CO. Commission Merchants, NO. 28 UHION STREET, NEW CHILEANS. J. A. Nors'iVqbthv & Co., Agent*. ftetlt mlvr.iu'i"". ou all eousijumoms. Jeffot'iou, Texas. [no33tt3m. TINE TOBACCO. Chewing a tut smoking, pipes—'ifvevnl kinds, elios— Parlor mid Tcd.-'ipupli. CHAULKS Do MOUSE. Matches DISSOLUTION. Tin: Copartnership heretofore existing us \V. II. Diekion & Co., has I icon dissolved bv nmtutil fotiAunt, tukiui^ ell'ect from July 1st 1872 } W. H. Dickson becoming solo prop.i- ot'orof the business nail accounts, mid also re- bnouaiblo for the lurtabtcdnes-i of tho old linn. ✓ W. IT. Dicicsov. W. P. DaunALL. Trti; Undersigned having purchased Mr. Pivrnnll's interest in the above firut, wijl con- tinue business as heretofore at the old 'stand on the east, side of the Public. Square. He hereby returns h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 3 August 1872

ii.- ■ m v'r • Wf if ■: / ' I' I ill r ' ?! & f w! ? How to Put the Oiuldrmi to Uku. Not with a reproof for any of that day'* nission or comraiMion. Tula nius of omission or oominiiuiioii. Take aoj time but bed time for that If you overheard a little creature sighing or lob- bing in it's sleep you could never do this. Beat their closing eyelids with a kiss and a blessing. The time will come, all too aoon, when they will lay their heads upon their pillows laoking both. Let them then at least have tliis sweet memory of a happy childhood, of which no future sorrow can rob them, ft ire tbem their rosy youth. Nor needf this involve wild license. The jndidroua parent will not bo mistake my meaning. If you have ever met the man or woman whose eyes have suddenly filled' when n little child tars crept trustinefy to its mother's breast. {rou have seen one in whose childhood's lome dignity and severity stood where love and pity should have been. Too mtich indulgence 1ms rained thousands of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 August 1872

¥3*". M irjT; - 1 I' #Si ■j "T:*7 - ■>, m m" i .r •.' rs vr iOHCARL.ES A. '"S> « DtMORSB A ANTONY. rj' «&?«! njrwW strengths* line arm . Crfeele is Whl """'M L0«0 SliALI BANNER BRAVE i it [t- |u« In- let lio ImI C4U | i _kv- mn\ k- Lev h- rr ■$£. Mock^hc despot Uw ; * TP was ttofoemau's hand thfct.foUedjhiin;. *T was his own that dealt the ljlow'. #i ^ Hero WilM sleep, iu this bar-room, * 'Til yon star shall lode its ray, *(■ Him, who drunk on d 11 bad whiskey, Madly throw himself away. Should the base, plebian rabble Dare assail my tamo abroad. Where my son, young Prince Freddy, ' - Splurges like creation's lord, Seek him—say that patriots have told me V Til is, and many other things; That the blood within his veins Ne'er shall mount the throue of kings! As for thee, shrewd Indinuinn, Since you, too, have made your pile; So light the path to ^tygiau horrors With WOtkr '• social smile." Give to Greuey a Nation's trust- Let his brow the laurel twine; I can scorn all Greeley...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 August 1872

fj t- ,'V 4VUOy: 3 *3T SW3* f ; ly am, would be nupiKWfctl about five |* r- tut pa. ^ rocking chair in tbelionse fame ft-om Waldeu here, utid it) about two hum ' tired yean old. It is made of turned )to«ta and rounds similar to those first P It O P It I E T O K. made iu our State, bus a bottom of pond flag*, which has been sustained by leather straps, and is still Iu dully use. I notice In this house, mid the older house oppo- site, that cornel- posts set into each room, eight inches inside of the plastering, and that a strung plate runs around each ; room iu similar manner, resting on the j corner jiosts, aud that centrally a wide • plate riniH through the ceiling overhead. | These nre finished with a l>end on the l edges: necessarily tliey greatly strength- ' en the house, as they are in every room. The doors are paneled, hut hung *viiliout ! hinge, n strap hi ;gc attached to tho face * EDITOR 1ATCKDAY, AUGUST 10,1«72. TOR PRESIDENT, iiaqb Greeley, «t- KBW TOaV • It VICE PRESID...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 August 1872

.J* #|Tf t ,.r, >wi; pmeen . \4j,: OBfift, HOWARDS & CO. .. Ooinmisslou MeiHshantN, NO. 38 UNION STREET, NiiW OKI JEANS. J. A. Xoksworthy &. Co., Agent*. (Vtsh advance) on all consignments. Jeflfcnwu, Tosas. [noii^:Gm. ' F~I NET OB AOC 6T Chewing mill smoking, Pipes—several kinds, n^{6m ~~ dissolution'. lift «3 olm Bull's G HEATH KM EDI ES. GROVERAl HIQKBST 3P3 The Copartuoi W. 11. Dicksoni It lip heretofore, existing us Q,, litis bona dissolved by mutual cqudonfi" tatfin* effect from July 1st 1872 ; W. H. Dickson, becoming sole propri- etor of the busiuess aud accounts, and also ve- HDonsiUltj for the indebtedness of the old linn. ;• -. " '..JSPftH. DIPWSOX. / , ; W, Ps P.VItNAl.L. Tjie . lUulersigried having purchased Mr. TWnullN in tore it in the 4)o\tJ llrril, will eon- tnuu: luisiues* as heretofore at the qjd stand ,m til.! east side of tlu^JPublio Sdnare. Ho herein* roturnsJlia thanks to friend# and pat- roiiS for past fiivOVs', dud asks a continuance trlf the sainy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 August 1872

If > r l r- I knocked about in the world. It ton good thing tor a young man to be knocked about in the world," though his wit hearted f.u'euu way not thiuU no. All youths, or, if not ail, certuiuly j nineteen-twentieth* of the huui total, en* > ter life with a siirpln&ige of self-conceit. If, in measuring themselves wilh wiser iiml older men tuan they are, tbey dis- cover that it is unwarranted, and get rnl of it gracefully, of their own accord, well and good; If not, it in desirable, for their own sakes, that it be knocked out of them. A boy who is 8eut to a large school soou finds his level. His will may have been paramount at home; but school boys ore democratic iu their ideu3« and it arrogant ar« sure to be thrashed into a recognition of the golden rule. The world is a great public school, and it koou tea- ches a new pupfl his proper place. If he has the attributes that belong to a leader, ho will be installed in the position of a leader; if not, whatever his own opini...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 August 1872

l$ ; i a 3 OHABLE9 DIUOS3E LONa SHALL OUR BA2WXJR BRAVB TBS BREEZE-THE STANDARD OF THE FHBBI f 4 EDITOR e* PROPRIETOR. . n r /. ' "VOILi. SO. CLARK8VILLE, RED RIVI^R COUNTY, TEXAS, AUGUST 17. 1872. ZSTO. 30. GRAND CENTRAL HOTE , ) New Yokk, July SOth, 1872. J Dear Standardll.ive been iso busy heroin this fast moving village, I have uot given the intention I wished to iny friends at homo. Business men from the South come in slowly—wuitin I, I presume, t j be sure of the amount of cotton crop. A few buyers, however, have arrived, but some of these are not purchasing. The Grand Central is now the favorite house for Texans, and its great Hull, entirely open and admitting air freely from: the Mercer street entrance, is really the pleasuntost place iu the city dining this heated term, which abated its rigor yesterday—the temperature to day being pleasant. Went last night to hear Mad. resellii Leutner, the Prima Donna who rose above nil others at the Boston Jubi- lee, and who returns immed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 August 1872

OHAKLS8 IDE MOHSE EDITOR & Pit O PR IK TO II. OLATlKsyiLLE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 17. 1S7S. 9= FOR PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY,, or NEW TOKK. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, B. GRATZ BROWN, OF MIMOt'IU. FOR coxonr.83 8TATR AT LAUGH. JVUOK -V. II. WILLIE. or OAIAHSTOX. COL. ROOUK Q. MILLS, OF KAVARKO. arc authorized f«> announce f'apt. M. L. StM«, of TTVfl River coniify, as ii candi- dnte f< r District Attorney of tin- 8th Judicial ldstriitf. Reuoiois Votiok.—Divine worshbi nreoriliiiK to Hm tine of Uii PB(>tk ta\t l'l'iscoi'.w. Ciii'rcii, will lie eelnbrnte'rt tliirbig the S'litiun'r, n>i the Hr<l nd 4th Siiniiuvs of every month. Morning Pray- er *t f^oVlnokf tlicl.iiniiy anil Communion at 11 a. m.. #n,l Evening Prnvcr at 8 o'clock. Clarksvillc, Juno l'Jth, 1 *72. Likcektrti, Mass. \ July 2(ltli, 1872 J Dear Standard It is a rainy dry, and ns lain confined within doors, I down my obscrnations of yesterday. Tlio longer I stay, the more I am impressed with the quiet beauty of the loca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 August 1872

> I w m I |R A toothful Panbnty lover, M-ho sang and played before lila young lutiy'a house fortwo mortal hours Friday night, was flectriUed after a short pause by a cordial ♦' thank yon," gracefully pronounced by the 44 other fellow," w lio appeared at the window. REGISTRATION NOTICE. A Speeiul ftogUtrutinu ot' tlio quail'.led vo- ters of Roil Riwr County, Texas, commenc- ing on tliv Sflth dav of August H72 and will • continue* 10 successive <lavs, Smidavs except- ed, within thchotrs prescribed hv law, nt mv ollico, in the Court House in Cluvksvilie, in ! order to ascertain anil determine the qualified voters imiiiiuvfwv to voting on t'te nvonosi- Dr. J oliix Bull's GREATREMEDIESJ — i DR. JOHN BT7LL, M ANITAC'fL'BF.H AND VENDER OF THE CJIiExiATiJD ')!ITU'S TOXICS' GROVER AND BAKER'S HIGHEST mEMITJXUE, ELASTIC STITCH FOR THE CURB OP A GUI3 AND F23TTSF*, OH OKCIIir.3 A-jSTJD rHVES. voters pvopnivfovv to votiii't on t'm pvonosi- | TU•• i^r >riotor of this celebrated inudielno...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 August 1872

H > BPfHHSa*-* 1' At Albion a few weeks since Con Clial- mem. aged tliree years, was waeued Horn drowning by James A. Itidloii. aged sev- eu years. The brave little lellow jumped into the Rtream and drugged her to the •bore. /The little girl wan uneotnwiouK lor Mime time. A small sum of money was subscribed by tliu neighbors and placed in the savings bunk for the brave boy as a reward for hiB heroism. It is evident that the probation of Dr. Julian La Pierre, charged with slumtiug at New London, the negro Douglii^s, « < attempted to rape his lister, is, as ii might to be, merely « formality. La Pierre's > x- amiiiation has been postponed til' Septem- ber and his bail reduced to $,S0l). There is a young lady in Milt'ord who has been taking music lessons o i the pi- ano for some eight years^ The other day she sent an order to a music store in New Haven, and, tearing imt spelling might not he just right, added this postscript: "You must cxkews thin letter, as i pla bi nout butt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 October 1872

/ • w.< - ■ i*iM • "S-Vj ■ .""" HABLES DeMOBSB LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE TBB BRXJBZB—TRB STANDARD OP THE FRBBI EDITOR do PROPRIETOR. a "VOL. SO. CLARKSYILLE, BED RIVER COUNTY, TBikAS, OCT. 13, 1873. IN THE JfVOODS. Tho suu is savage in sultry hollows, The hillside quivurs with pulsing heat: With rtusty wings tho drooping swallows Ave dotting tho foucu that liuoa tho street I leave tho town with its hundred noises, Its clatter and whiz ol' wheel and stream, For'woodland <niiut ami silvery voices, With a toreat camp by a crystal stream. O, shrewd are the ways of town and city, Cunning in commerce and worldly wise: But hearts grow hardened to human pity, And tongues are given to thrifty lies. The feathery arms of firs and spruces Bend over tho waters that glide beneath, Aiul^mmiah flowers by tho quiet sluices, «. Infold thoir sweets in a golden sheath. And alittlejcanoe of fairy lightness Floats siloutly dowii^fclio limpid stream, Where tho norland birch, in its snowy white- ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 October 1872

f !< 8>! Sii Hi. i r j HUS; r| ii I! § . > I' II r'| I II , H ««( t*m< ■' WS H8 S'fllilll. ossAJCiXiiaa r>s MOBSB 151) i T i> n & p u o l HI 15 T 0 It. flTI'l I'ublic •Juuticis reading of the a«- UT. A H Kb VILLE. ^iTntDAY, OMT<>I}Hit !2 187* FOR I'JilSS' HORAC K <J K E K I.E Y , OP JCKW V< I;K. KOlt VICE PRESIDENT, ailATZ MROWN, •OF >llrt.UH'Kf. KOK CTIXnilKHM HT.VTi: AT 1.A1KIH. juuwic tv. h. win-i®. .OF .'lAI.VKrtTOK. COL. UO«BH Q. MILLH, op navauuo. Fon.coKjimK8W-SKC(>si DISTI-KT : W.P. McLEAN. Wit STATE CAPITA I/i WACO, mcxikn'NA.v 0®r.\TT. Tho City-of Houston 'Is n windliUtKi Tor tlio location of " t11f. STATE CAPITAL. Tho Mniiifttywl Authorities of llmiHtnn lmve l.y onlinHiKH- gunrniiteoi'l Unit Mlioifld Ifmmton 1>c sclented ni thoStiiio Cii|)ilnl, tliey will secure and give to tho Slate of .Texan, 1. "Tho free UBo of iiuituhlc buililiugH in Um city or Houatou for State piirpoHcm, until public build- in j?h can ho eroctod. 2. Nut los...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 October 1872

tH muguniM atrnmrm i I f I JAMES MONK HOUSE, VS. PEN KEN HAilKIXfJ. THE STATE OK W-X \« I'd tIn- oUorifl1 or any constiilile of Ityd River tV.i'uly Greetings Vtiu*iiiv hereby coiiiiiiiiiirteil (lint you sum- jiiou l>y |iubllr;itioii as (lit- law directs IVm- seu llnrkiiiH a non icsiiiciit, (<> be and iipiic.-tr iiefovo tin' Justices Court to III! lllUltttM MSgll> lur form in ami fornrecinctXo. Sflfstikl county at aniil Justice's olllcoat ten ii'rfwk on the lilt t Saturday in November next, tho sauio Vicing the 2d day thereof,' tlien and there to answer James MniiUhoiise in uu action fm* debt insti- tuted on two prom Lsory notes uo\v due umouiit- iiiff to '"'i 10-100 dollars. Herein 1'uil not, but haw you then and there tliia writ with your'action thereon sis the law directs. Witness my Inuid^nud oflicial slgiia- tuiw litis the ittli day of October A. D 1872* W. W. GIDDEXS, J. P. Issued Oct 9th, 1872, W. W. GIDDENS, J. P. Came to hand Oct. 0th, 1872. J. 1$. POPE, Dep't Sh...

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