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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 March 1853

0MARLE8 bk MOM! VOL. 10 Tfefe ma. KDITOft 10KO I HALL OOH BAKWBB IUTI Til axaxz l—thl BTABDABD OF CLARK8VILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEX AS, SATURDAY, MARCH 18,H5i. •'A gentleman of this city, while passing along (he street a few days since, was accosted by a stranger, who presented him a small package.— He found within the parcel A daguorrotypo case> which opened with a spring. On touching it, the lid flew up, and oxposod to his Astonishing visiort a perfect likeness of his two young daughters, whom he had left more than a year before in the East. At the head of the ploture was the inscrip. yon, 'Ilero we aro, Pa!' The delighted fathor, a* might ba expected, was completely overcome by the affecting incident."—Sacramento Union. TW GOLD HVHTOAlll) TfiX DAGUSBEIOTTPB. bt w. h coyle' A osreworn man, with a haggard brow, Bulltn, and gloomy, and cold, Hurries fust through Sacramento's streets For his heart is fixed on gold. A year has gone by—a lonely year- Of toil, and peril, and strife!...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 March 1853

u $ 1 I 1 i I; r li i*| l !l 1 ' '1 !h \ i ! ii | 1 li i f/lem the fit. JjuuU lutMigtfutr. TOE AMAZONIAN BASIN. Scarcely due* tho public mind become famil- iarited with ono magnificent opening for com- mercial enterprise, before ita attention in forci- bly directed to another, equally iiupo^iug. Ja- pan, but a lew weeks sincc, was ottrueting all ojr« ) by the extraordinary richnc** of bcrprom- Ito to American merchantmen—a promi*o limi- ted only by tbe capabilities of Yankoe address to make a favorable impression at the Imperial Court of Jeddo. H«r world of commercial treas- ure* is ju*t now being eclipsed by tho far great- er wealth of tho Valley of tho Amazon. For centurion punt, tho mightiest effort* of mantime nation* have beeu put forth to com- mand the products considerod peculiar to the Kaat Indies. The circumnavigation of the globe baa been but an ordinary incident to tho obtain- ing of a single ship load. Is it not incredible, that while the North American Continent has bea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 March 1853

„ attention of Advert!** ojTal classes, who V jegiroui to seotufc too bustnoss patron- U,, people of Northern Tmw, U mui o U- h£k ras «7m;I&z I •, the Counties of Bowie, Titus, Hopkins, IIvor Lamar, Fannin, Grayson, Cooke, Den- ICollin. Hunt, and Dallas, l>osidoH a scattering Villi""' >n >-'oi>tif{uou4 Counties. It* olitiru eir Hiun is larger than that of any other Journal P gwtH, east of the Trinity lliver; and it is P I oniy equalled by that of ono other Jour- 1 ;thiu the State; and it is steadily increasing. who may, for any object, wish to arrest the L,.'ftti(1n of tho citisons of one of the most lv settled sections of tho State, tho pro- £ of which, arc in the east,and along the lied {"■border Cotton,of whioh it makes large crops; P, westerly, and southern portions, wheat,corn iKocf, w'uhl do well to avail themselvos of our Iduik. We make no effort, by porsonal solici- L in the commercial Cities, to obtain a large fy „)• business cards, but wo con give a circula...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 March 1853

I H I Is ; f! i I ■ i S :J I II i I i I' %; Ml i f |' I y i IS .1 ( M } |l if h ■ 11 4 vi* f ,1 i'? ill! I > lit, i !>& 1 I. |[ i r i|;f I I! K II r i ?. ONE OF FANNY FBKN'B BKtJT. WKDDING DK80R1BED. Aw ike VI*tr (Jrtlami) OatetH. THK IDIOT AND HIS MOTHKK. "There reside* in Cmtlewellan, in the county: It is only • little Yoa sec she knows 1 per: Never mind ber place, and keeps clo* [Th# Mormon paper, The getr, gives the fol- j lownfgaeeoant of tM formalities observed when k Ajat eipMiet rapplenei ■mi Ih Utah, who may deaire to obtain make any proposition* until bonis consulted — — . whole Church, ond through him obtains a rcve-i uot been interred as she ought to have been,and i She won't compluikt--sbe can't remember that laalijkte li ■ i ■ 4a Mil ■ ■■■ aft KflAMl.l ft.A *.1m>i ' aLaA ftlnM lk4(/l I > IViftfl fldiA^ftflA III Itf II ■lllllutf 11 ■ i. ullA AlfiiB A L tHft HtiiMI SIS IftJiW 1 1 f. 1 &2llA^/l what • eemmes thing it wae on board a ship ot War to wipe ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 March 1853

v BBS CHARLES DK MOM| loxo shall oa* BAiraas iun to iuiii-tu staxdaxo of ra rite. VOL. 10 0lark8villk, red klvkr county, t e x a s, 8 a t ujr d a y* j4 arc h 26, Twenty Thouiand Bale* of Cotton Burned in t/te Alabamd Cotton Vreu—Lou Nearly One Million. The Alabama Cotton Press, situated on tad square bounded by Tchoupitoulas, Race, St. Thomas ami. Basin streets, was,with its contents, cutircly destroyed by fire last night (2d ult.,) making one of the most destructive conflagra- tions whioh ever occurred in this city. The fire broke out in the upper portion of the Press at about 5 o'clock in the evening; how, cannot be ascertained. The shipping clerk dis- covered it in its incipiency, and Van for a buck et of water to extinguish it, but before he could got back the flames had spread us if by magio, and all bis efforts and those of others whom he called to his aid, proved unavailing. A gener- al alarm was then giVen,but before any engines arrived the elemental destroyer had taken en- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 March 1853

u TIm UteralaaM* MJert. Ag«in we are invoked to make an ox predion upon ft subject, which m our waderi know has ftl • ready required over much of our tiino and. atten- tions but *o long a* wholo communities are outra- ged by the dereliction of contractor* or the ineffi ciency, and rascullty of boys, wo fool that wo have a duty to perforin, and tiresome as it in, wo intend On But—tittvee Afcreat Week beforo last we expressed in brief, aa we have sometimes previously done, our opinion of tho sycopbantio courso of some of. our Minieteri abroad; especially to (Jrout Britain. It box grown fashionable of late year* for (hallow putod per- sonage!, losing the steadiness of their vision amid tin) glitter of gilded trapping*, and tbo Hash of TUB ITJJIHI. A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL OLAR K 8 V ILLE: SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1 853. • i. X. W. VUf/i Vs. 17 It. Char lei strsst, 1* our agsn fcr >rw Orisons, MB AfMMItlgj OR JOBWOBJt, WW. BE Don AT rau 0/7ICE OK A OBEDIT. AflEXTS fO* THE BTAHDABD....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 March 1853

■■ AMNrtUti' Th« attention «f Advertiser of all olaeeee, who - tJdesirous to *eoure the business patron- ^oftbe people of Northern Texas, i. again Mil- !fto the fwiliSi for effecting .uch anoljwt. pr* vLi hv the columns of The Standard. The on- rflic Journal publUhed b the Red River re- '* ' „f Ttxut it has almost an exclusive circula- f°n to the Counties of Bowie, Titus, Hopkins, Red River, Lamar, Fannin, Grayson, Cooko, Dun- t n Collin, Hunt, and Dallas, liesidos a scatterihg inflation, n contiguous Counties. Its cntiro cir fintioii is larger than that oi any other Journal *n the State, cast of the Trinity Rivor; and it is I .lieved only equalled by that of one other Jour- S withinthe Stato; and it is steadily increasing. Tlioso who may. fur any objcct, wish to arrest the observation of'the citizens of one of the most densely settled sections of the Stato, the pro- ducts of which, uro in the oast,and along the Rod River border Cotton,of which it makes largo crops; in the westerly,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 March 1853

! Jj j 1 II | i' i- (i iij !!-1 I i' i iS t ' iff' r J-j i ii I 1 I; ! I;' .? j I i!;j ' i ' I EDUCATION It it the tw* at the age fo substitute learning for wisdom, to oducote tlie head and forget that then is a more important edncetioo necessary for the heart The rcfmn it cultivated at an age when natnw ioaa not ftirniab tlw element* necessary to a successful cultivation of it, and tlia L'hil f is ■allotted to reflection, when it ia on- ly rapuble of Mnselim and etnotion. In in fancy the attention and memory arc ouly o ci- ted by the senses, and movo the heart; and the father nay inntil more arailible instruction in a n i onr spent ih the field*, where the wisdom and goodness of U-k1 are cseniplilicd, accn and felt, than a toouth s|*nt in study, if they arc cstionnt'rd in *ineit\fid i)l.ciii No nhyxicintt doub's that precocious children are,in Jffty trn$ Ut rc n till tl.e rnr firjbe disc ififlno* the* JisVo under pone, _ The mind ia atraincd.aiid foundation for insanity in laid. Wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 April 1853

democratic meeting. At a moetingof the Democratic party assembled in the Court House in the town of Clarksvillo on the ooth inst., in accordance with 4 notice heretofore ing a sentiment of just pride and American na- tionality. It must be admitted that Great Britain al- INSLDE OP A CHINESE HOUSE. In a book reoently published by Mrs. Eliia J> f" ;emun, we have tho account of a visit to wan, tho lady of Pwun Tingkwa, who,we ways manifests a high sense of solf-respeot and 0. Bugemun, we have tho aooount of a visit to nublished to the Standard, thort being a large and I ^°.mPtlJ'. vindicates the rights and immunities Mrs. Pwan, the lady of Pwun Tingkwa, who,we highly respectable assemblage, Capt. Joh.v A.! ^^.wbenever wid wherever invaded.; are told, is a "suitmerchantof wealth,and some- mgmj p ® , he never paused to indulge in the literary a- Baobv was callcd to the Chair, and Wm. PATTON mU8emontof a ,ongthy dfploma(io oorreip'on. appointed Soerotary, When tho following rosolu- dcnc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 April 1853

i I ' Foreign Appoinlmenis, • Washington, Msreh 9-—Tha following nam in expaoud toon to be made: Duel, Cartter, of Ohio, Comrainiouer of l'atuto; Gor don, of Louisiana, Land Office; and B. D. Ow- en, Ckmgt to Naples. Washington, March 16.—Tho Senate ha* confirmed tlio following appointments made by the President of tlie United States: II. Toulrt- an, Post Master, at Mobile; General I^ann,Gov- ernor of Orogon; Messrs. Thompson snJ Camp- bell, of Illinois; Genrgo W. Tlwim| win, of Vir- ginia* and Alpheus FitaJ, of Michigan,Commis siouars to Settle L-tnd Title* in California, and aeveral California uppointiiiuiitK. All the Hog- ton oftuos arc filled, and the appointments con- firmed. Tbu President haa made tbo following nominations; llnbort B.Cumpboil.of Texas Com miasioncr of the Mcxican Boundary; Baldwin, Collector at Key W«t; Ferdinand Marino,Mar- shal* of Florida, aud Geo >S. Hawkins,Collector at Apslachioola. The nomination of Jack Hayes, aa Surveyor-General of California, will...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 April 1853

t? ,0- i of Advertiaert of ail oImim, who _ to aeetsrfc the buaineaa patron- ■gl"of Dm paopla of Northern Toxa*, la again oall- *d to tha fcoilitiee for afkating suoh an object, pre- •entod by the column* of Th? Standard. ThVon- W public Journal pnbliahod in the Had River ro- rioa of Texan, it ha* aluoat an oseliwive oircula- Son In tfca Counties of Bowie, Titua, Hopkins, Bad BWer, Lamar, Fannin, Urayeon, Cooke, Den- ton, Collin, Hunt, and Dallaa, lieeidea a scattering circulation, in oontiguoua Countios. Its entire cir culation in larger than that of any other Journal in the State, east of the Trinity River; and it in believed only equalled by that of one other Jour- nal within the State; aud it |a steadily increasing. HABDWABE, ITANDfiAWg.Teaant and Cross Cut fUwi.HatcU J0* wwarntw nd Chlfceln, K hi ten and fnrki, ^•"^kwKnivai.Cew Bella, Brass Kettles, andTrace Chain*, Spades, Shovels and Tojigs and Andirons, Cross Cut Saw, and Mill Saw Files, aud Hasps, Augers, Glmblets. Brads an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 April 1853

tlj i <1 ;1 8 i a: &' 13 I 1 I *4 , ki t '/ • if { I I ;y'-:« A 8IN0ULAH BTOBY. rib# following curious narrative, told u bf- ing striedjf true, ia from the March nmnl*r of the Water Ohm Journal. It* lucidauta will re- mind the reader of the Scottish second sight,of which we hate so man* exempts:] I was at school, a eloee stoJent, o y6ilrtg,am- bitious lad of siateeb, somewhat homespun,but strong in uprightness, and cxmSoiou* of power. My dear father was sick, ai'id gradually iindor- giutig tiiat grand metempsychosis which the shallow (bluer calls IJkatb. u was a stormy day in JanUar^: tjw J*"1* J" 0mj]ie!' me before thoy took place, and by tho iuipresn- " 3 5&MLi L«M.n' mo that he% thoy made on mo enabled me, I doubt not, queVed him iu my ureaiu, oeion> u uuuu iuu> ibc houac, and had awakeUCd aud left my bed to so and sec after my fathers safety, aud to con- quer him again in the kitchen. All the main features of the occurrence were made known to distent. My fotber ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 April 1853

STAN CHARLES DE MORSE 5' 1 .~?5 W'.'>V -Jvw-vv LOKO SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE TM BREEZE—TUX <*TANDA1D O* TXB nil. <e —- EblTdR-fc PftblNUETM / • i VOL. 10 OLAftKSVttLB, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AfcftIL 9, 1858. From Arthur's Home Gaulle. HEROIC WOMEN OF THE OLDENDAY. BY DE.NHY WILLIAM HERBERT. EDITHA, THE SWA1T-HE0XED. England was happy yot and free under her Saxon kings. Tho unhappy natives of the land, the Hritons of old time, long ago driven back into their impregnable fastnesses among the Welsh mountain) and tho craggy and pathless wilds of Scotland, still rugge l an J hirsuto with the yet uninvadod masses of tho groat Caledo- nian forest, had subjido I into'quiot and disturb- ed tho lowland plains of fuir England no longer, and so long as they wore left free to enjoy their rude pleasures of tho chase aid of internal war- faro, undisturbed, wore content to bo debarred from tho rich pastures und fertile cornfields which had once own id thoir sway. Tho Danes and Ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 April 1853

v* w *T ' -#K5„. +*+>? sSfitS JW. l etsM!l rjiluiy«• ^^LwUbKn* iWtVtoay ™ .v^j by ew****,"itiei 2 liWt) mV wr" r?^ HAM riiiLi Mxn d**joo «*Vthi|S IpMkmtum iu I: U S«^ y** •& *«• *f the lr! ®**7T" - , U/ #*v ladle* cutMnittrd to their fcSllfThuhn , trove went] *"* Tamo h«nr a«iikHri^<l'H>t «•!«*W 4^ rHhott mmrrnmtim. *«* ±°* ■" lk.W.i.«wi-rf|1: ^ Mlarity v>d eouteutmeot. __ _ wftttif* ««•! •«• «"• - MrieiCNit, *4 mrrf}- Well! *• Wad loat night—ewry >yilr wtckjj tto .<iw-«win*w wggf or1 j"**®. * dwtdoa m£i IMrf,«.f„r that 1 «oneol*e ££** ,nf, i ,re tb.-n- is di*- wontte snob, with a v station pf 1^ liifll r ^ the «* of «^b. 1^. A. IUrtttr hBtT; ona of each Urm - two I titte | , W, f b«vc ro*d tlits latter h«w. ■■ KESSfc - i*^i* agg!H i Uw>tow8- *>rt|0|J BAI trt«ITI«lf||t " •? "ryrrr.^mnhTW' «h« **«!« * Writ>** j, ■ the 2d «n«iiapltftrd by ti«*; A rithmi^ Grammar, Geography, and .j "•* ThH.. i. ,*> 3U in that act f nirtnry, - - - - ** A . , of return* ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 April 1853

of anclaaaes, who ^ZiBDWAfl^ n«* a 4 T™ BOkSnm**^ s*3j£2ES*3!^toteSra^3& untie* of Bowie, Titu , lit. wr, F«nnitt. O*ay ou,Cooke, _._ . ..■■___ ; Hunt, and Hallo*, betide* a acaitnriug «■<«* «* to mention, U, Uuf Hardware liaa, iust re- eiwtiRUtm* Counttea. Tta'entlrw eir' ®«w4 and for mIc at Clark.vlUe Varl*|*is,lR., ii* larger tlum that of any other Journal ' ** II. RBIXIt & V llltJ K j far llurir here) Meet). a^rwt^tftiWT -^ «f, s^riitsxs^: nopkW , ^JUior* and H.,or 8tn>,u.hi0r Cloth. Hat and kc, Ihm- abo* Braxheo. Aud a large lot of other ortiolt* to.. — * * ' nUMUMII 4 l/l hianti..^ Ia ft .11 a •• ItrCIIItl VO 4 o U K mi, State. of tlie Trinity River; and H i* oulv equalled liy that one other J uur- in Ion Slate; and it ii otnAdily increitjini . November "Hit, ISiJ.', > Who bmv. f r my oliject. wiali to arrest th JjgidliM of the citixcn* of one of the nioM |tl|tr'T tottlod aoctiona of the- State, the of which, arv in the oust.an.I along the giver bonier Cotton....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 April 1853

■$' m y - • ( ■Ffw yHmp i draft for rt.T)U r out the *lu>ts oI went to (Ik «dw Buili and game, depositing A 4 ft cm K40, tho cub for which he mm. 11n like Muu«r lkoii u tw 1ln|f j WOO. Mm. Raton roc Nick.—A «trie teetotaller of our scquaintnneo lately rafuscd * moat eligible match, cm the ground (hat the young lady had •ocb an amasing flow of anioial api^t*. aad all Md'im?* that «m A. Beaton U ludobtod" tnsnid flSSJSWr^ =s=—a la die ansa flT|2S DAVID WJfEIT, Adm'r. .. , k I'A w arv • Umk 2nd, I*U. *** ■ iy_, aifcUi ol Tela# 7b <wy Lawful *JU<r of Collm am*,, Grttiiny: YOV are hereby «mwM to owpaoon D. V. WHUoniaon by publication in tbe frandord. u ■or uui cwiitjii at hia oflee, in tbe (own of Mo* Kinney, in protect number voo in *aid county, orr the drat Mturday of May next at or baforo the for wTeoanly, at bk o«ee, in tbe town tin *turdny of May next at or nature tne boor of two of Mia day to answer Jaaiea tlraytun omigOceof Richard Mpark ,in otloohment _ «n * lota far twe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 April 1853

iitfiMI m ova uimiufi :\$4 SS 4W ,:v -,-v V ;<§K$® 0 L A B K 8 VILLK, BED «nta*n*pft'or TUB - 7~r a.-.;:;-~i.n ^Twrisnam-wr r. jgmns KR COUN - /S-j mlw irnr T K X> 8, 8 AT USD AY, APRIL 51. 5% wWfflAliS 'cnABOE OF MCDONALD atthb battle or WAQ&A1L BT UUDUY. in the wo ruing, the Austrians taking M of their moreen the day before cotu- the attack, and the thunder of their (U^Ught brought Napoleon into his The field was again alive with charging 1 with the awoke of Oat- f ■ m- daylight till ne^r uoou. had the eon feet f*H ">L^>>ut * wowent'a cessation. Bt rr-*r' against the Atutriana left,the fMeh were defeated. From the steeples of yweeS| |ho multitude gaxed upon the pros lew gftke doubtful fight, till they hoard the cheers jf their countrymen above the roar of the can- lee^driviog the flying cueiny before them, jfcgo thoy abiuvoi in j->y, an J ftfyieVod ihoiiet ry gained. But Napoleon galloped up fMtoring order in bin disordered lines, on **«d Davoiist to make a c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 April 1853

, « SA T7 - "'A ' iifcy |.A l a f ' v. -% ^ a^V"vV^"*-1 ^slee 1;'r" ^ fSM# mm -m: ■ K ■?; • ■ fJ: if ii il STHHU. ef tetany. 1 4 1 ■rah -v , ffclinMt 'MbHNrWll .fcrSnmley' aniilhir riff mitottdrpe'rtieaU I*min«yluat«.otri Uwt yon bad received I during the •all yrV jw I mil ttaennin- DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL. — i... -&m.r.-; --^rn-.tintfia^tr.nry ni OLABK8VIU£I gATUHtoAY. X'pBIlL 10, ! & • L ,1jl|r,i m.fjm ,v RTIU Ora/**u, toet week 6t > wtoung a centtoaalion of r emey leseriant li.IWi and tha V-tor radetoatj|Mpi..8 that yoar now find intoraaling contributor * neHUne.jV^Wiw.tn Tacraat ndUkl t^o fcwK . W«fc (W« h tlrttmville, or rather tbe several roads whish we pen. I could **h indeed, since he wiggest* tho Uwfc, fa bsfttthg tfc# IMl direct tixii*, wn iu cbmciv* ¥<*•• •• *n «mv, tbat hr Mod conditio#, tho ranto being uvootly tw gently j wucld writ? bit Jmjwwioiw of the great Jowi.b swatting pnUrWn. ofcttdlag pleasant views. If Law glW A Prophet. ■"'? W^rapbem have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 April 1853

T C*M sS iBg iV^Ci "i-V; Sk"who: petrvm- i call- -"-I« ;i^SL SB . '^'v Pil •fflPr4' W£M « 8tp«;p§ TT^^AWMMw^ieiOrws «wt Kawa, Halo*, aaaineel I.'0?^^' *"4gl*W «.-Bid*** «ihI A ker ^ m fc rai,lV IteRa, Mri^ R*u£ J*#eot, pre- jaml Tnee Ck.uu, fcpodes, t,h„vt«U ana T«w< ,l3 , _ . ., j ®** Bipkin*, j Y*- «•"" eau tutor Bt i>«, VTT' r?Y!in UT^- Heaths. A. l *Urg* Kof <)U,U ,rtWw 5 Haul. and beeidw a •caUeria" I amaratiu Jo mention, iu th* Hardware Tint, .«, eontoguoua Countnt. facuiire ci, f*i ed aad for tal. ,, Oarlttvilte- I'.ris .n.l Bnnhaai , fa larger thab Ilutof any othor J^otmU y v " KUIXK 4 Brea; Bute. «ut of Uie Trimtv U'u. r; uid it i« N «n Ur «Oth, IMS. * ' 4 Urge andapleo- Wred inU/ equalled by ilmt of our other Jour- | within the State; awl it tit .teadily increasing. Jte «r ; ttnrr-rin i have *<M J r<4l mkuMpMa. iliil itrrilnifBt rf } ciir.MUwu, ivRrcw, MKDICINBB j VRftFt' MPRT, DTK STUFFS. 8TA- j flONKRY. Ollfi, AND PAlNl*.- - * Which tbey will sell AS WW, F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 April 1853

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