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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 January 1861

h -w ■ - aS; i I f I I f t V > '• u ! ' ' fr Ii • Captors Of Pot'Pulnkl Charleston, Jan 4.->—A telegram received here today from Savannah, e*p that Georgia troops hare taken pctweeioo of: Fort Pulaski, and the revenue eatifr Dolphin*- . Got. Brown ordered tbeieuttar to be releas- ed to the Federal Government. \,,v Farther from Missouri—-Govara 01 Jackaon'a . M«-«« Ki Sfr, Lot'iS, Jan. 4.—The message of Govern- or Jackson says that Missouri wjll beat consult her o*n and the country's interests by a time- ly dcclaruriou to stand by her sister slavehold- ing States. . i U' ■ i " Jlissouri will remain in the . Union as long as til ere is a Lope that the guarantees of the ' Constitution wiil.be obtained. He opposes coercion, arguing that it will lead to military despotism, and that she Federal system will be foretrer overlhrown, if the first drop of blood be shed. lie advises the calling ot a State Convention at oae;:. . Sloop.cf-war Brooklyn #44 Norfolk, Jan 4.-—Ihesl&p of-war...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 January 1861

u. m i rlA *V bin a few days."a£a ' ord*** fcr printing^ creates, or any *x«m , xlded t our previa ^erythiHtf desirable in 1 K&ifcs of thi L|. PLiladol fib* tk^p ■'work. rtment. i e, to be diagjJNfcn «w«n.. w* on Ike I be passed to pot thifro Jruk or tbs pubHe gtoei* up rery ItasJsww Ceri Sojktes, Di- jto., tor tJoUeglti'e or Aee« lme institu- w ei«i«i; or Ootporatkw j oada, with ' , #lwllfhed: r.e*t Bills o| L*«8, et«. hand. Flee Faperer .vAoi* kinds, . Bood cr Bfll Paper, and eagabnelfafe r «f various itfylea , la^e „bo en hawl I^ge lot of fie Cards, .led titv*. in- iixHjig SgWy finlajed. Cards iB'WW Book's./ from 8xlU Jo Hw itiche* ia m TtiaTfl wo can print'a plain or lira style; tith the finest black or coloretf&ks, or in lAJf i Kif J IV4^ *? ,h,e and now w^e i i ot salvation.-frowaKicost* ^ suiti audi feeiings, oo *«qu«u thereon-and a J to tlit world in Jf*y' that Iwi goods on a credit until the 1st Jands* all who knew that tfeey could and *oi what they might buy, snd a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 January 1861

I? mm j # ] f sSlpii^ M 4f IM ;4«*> sv*1. ! £^-w iXCfrj-' SpPfgra i&$e fU-1 ill ji || J iiii!- Hf': fi;t P. ■; I ^^^'wriag iH<a &• ♦! v , '^1. :^h w pie '*$th ;pppr#iwaawat-r e&feia, varying iaj Wa nca««. i ancr Coni Jsmwrn pMIBWWW - ^«yp _ Such U t rt '« e,l ' Tl>e l«**« , j$aa . ■:A2£ !<*% 1MB * u«ty TpHMjllj '->-- Thry ti fMUnitd a fine and 1 ' iliW'-^ wffl: m :j^k.!a^«*Wi'".; fo1* were sailing from the M of" Rorth latitude (* on the d«or of :tV ; L'jS Often tbe < nten^0f thedi*ha8 0Bti*.td lp *«re dikiWi l y sea wattr, phfeh ofclne in iftK^.cwcajKMjMly through the skylight. One djay, mcutir, *Wn off Cape Farewell io * j5 !e, inka5impo!«ibfe toiiet the cibin table, and th&fu-'niturc sailed about the cabin on l'.s own aecuunt. .1 THE STAY AT PROVEN. The stay of the expedition at Prfyen was quite pleasant. The cargo was aH broke bu' and removed in boats tQ the shore, _ whence it ^raa *f towpd on Ix ard. The tHp'sconipam wift assisted by forty or fi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 January 1861

BETW FflfTAiHOPN, COMMISSiltfNtK OF h % aB\M\, and Gen. SAM nous- (iOVERSOR OF TEXAS. Avsrts, Texas, Jannary'nth, 1861. - jji8 Exceixkkcy, Governor Houston, • • iwr Sir:—I come as the accredited Com* •^sioner of the State of Alabama, to consult advise with yourself and the Members of l.osislnture and of the Convention of Tex® 89 ,0 wl,at's best t0 1,6 done to Protect tl,e ri'shts. the interests and th<} honor of the Jjvcboldint: States Neither the Legislature of T* xa« or any Convention being now in session,an J my speedy rttarn to Alabama being required, my confer- ence n n?t be of necessity confined to yourself, with a rc«|ue>t thai my communication to you fflSy be communicated to the Legislature of Texas when i' ahull assemble, as I am pleased to leam, wiil be at no very distant day. In performance of this, my duty, under all surrounding circumstances, I have only simply say, that ALbama through her Legislature io"'the'b n tbat direction, which he ?everance 0< aH con- Ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 January 1861

Talbot has' (the'oonditieu of Fort Summer S •" ** v ■liSiti >:I"i II "|l 't.. i H ! H .11 I correspondence b £ son. not Wi It v Mid that the Administration Is detor- lfrined to Mad supplies at all baaard^.aad that .ftph. . the battenies on" MorrisTisland, while another j steamer escorts the Star <of the West to Fort ^apt. Stone is rapidly organising the militia df the District of Colombia, and finds that, with- in a few days, hik forces ean defy all Virginia an* Maryland,if .an Invasion is attempted. WAflfllf ton, Jan. 11.—The appointment of Qen. J. A. frix um Secretary of Ine Treasury, has tywn coS?r1u d by the senate. The Cabi- net is now. a unit. ffm. O. Boiler, of Kentucky, has gone into the War Department. .'1 -1. In the Senate yesterday Mr. Hunter, of Vir- ginia, made a speech against coercion, saying ' hnt Knel-nd atfd other foreign powers would not consent to th> blockade of Southern points. He proposes the construction of a new Ionian. The high words between Gen Sc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 January 1861

i Bw ~w. Nim «■ *• ,V„ «'->! ^ ■ ?L • .j. •■ .'v'.^y^'V- m m !*«® B. CULBXETSOT ^..— ,..4,. ISAIAH W WELLS. *450* 'm w.p. >4p*i tbrigfet- C.H. of M i. J, jr. > folia L-" $ 3 WW, lfe.it 'OTE tcIM. I Mario inn BU Ifro o*y 15 0* 17 it f £0fl • ft# 20 0# 5 00 , 5<* 99 ' Idwfgv) Jht, N •i' T M& 1 ^•jl ,to <§ „tu#i lib# I tf flfflHW I1TERULS. WE SHALL BE IN THE BECKIPT, r within a few daVs, of a superb assort- ment of beaut ihjl styles: of Types and Fordem, for prjnting Circulars Cer- tificate*, or any extra nice work.—- - tki* Burchnee, added to our previous' assortment, jj.jjcs everything desirable in this line, to be fcnad on the "Specimen Hooks of the leading Foun- jri&of Now York, Philadelphia, and Boat on. We lave bills from three different establishments, on the 1 flj r.il "hall be pWsed to put them in use for any 1 our friends,: or ,he P«,blic in S':nt'r'a t We en get up very handsome Certificates, Di- tfomaa, etc., for Collegia*e"or Acsdemie inetitu- Jons o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 January 1861

ftfSIjf '/■ .. V" ■tpi; BHIfepI Mi ^sfil *!' ■ lit:- ttl K e^wi otatj lif*L irWIVw* '." riident will lay the eorresoqudenee tb, in all wjllfovotaifry ifaepern «io® * \ot 10 health,: jp t. mm $#ISW, lefmy captainjeven onto •3 11 trill le bound by «he laws be ied, and with ti e; w j Us nutfe; *n&I mwke these p®f era i* the' eient of uiv failing W infill tWfc, fry. oath, to shower doTO atf t&e ijfc# is susceptible ; may allfcheinaiadie> i« *1W* linieriiwt Wietchee who (Bta?e to die •Ufl^wst. I* toy fete ; may my d*y be restless, my nLhte sleepless, the ftfi* « * ajjooies of hell glad me on to desperation, my: limbs wither m>m my body ; my body paralyzed tth wek- Dt8S, my breath tainted, my eyeballs sightless uiv soul damned, if I &il in anything I bare sworn; but I implore that power to shower upon ine ten tboosuid times the miseries that mortals ever imagined, if I, by word, thought, died, or design, I betray one of my brethren or eaotais. or raise my hand or voice t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 February 1861

| | ' ' ! '' |i^Kj|ui'' *fIlk' # . ■w^'^l. ul ';?•' fwi®f tmi ■ ■■ i^r spp |sto< mm *v^:m CBABLBSD LOU® SHALL BBAVB THB BtBBZB—THB STAKDJ JU> OF THB flOil AND PRQP&I so - .. , ■ *\,kj ■ ' '%>;4 >.=,:-! •■- •. <*.., • *■ m&:> ->• /.#*.,. , . . ><■<«> «w: l *<j "</i ' *' # VOL 18, GL AEKSVILLE, RED COUNTY, TEXAS, S A T D RD A f, FE B ft0 A R Y 2 1861. LADIES vs.LAWYERS. iDPHESS OF HON. JOHN. V. WRIGHT, OF| has been under the control and direction of the TEN'NEJSEE, TO HIS CONST1TUENT3. white man, his master and his Biijperior. • Here, again, Hr. Lincoln i« against us. He be- lieves that all men—-negroes and white men—are. politically, socially, and morally equal. He has said, n substance, that if the Declaration of In- washinctox. d. c-. l)ec. 2^, 1880. Fellioe Citizens :—The distracted condition of the (ooniry, ami the relation i boar to you. are my rolo!?w t°r addressing you at this timei '' he i dependence means anything, it means that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 February 1861

m i&fi mm Jf i Wa8*|)moton, Jan,4,1801. At * late hour laat p ight the President II us-'} r •'if •tp |5 kB Ui Pi 1 - J ii r | ! l|> i I i:l • ; "fi i J j; jij " 'ill - • Jt'j *,: pi 1: P •Hf'i' 1|V J ri 1J- "i jjf J fit! jl! f -J l¥i I j I I tit! .p-1 '•? N«wTo*X.J«. dpnt of tbe Journal of that Senator fwnon of Georgi* had fJ"* from Ptaaaeola, Pit.. strtiag that r«i ^k«s fc d been ween tly garrisoned by the f fieral G®™**- meou HuTIif ibB MltSl DR. DR. D B. m tadiw of gaps* eor issue of the 19th ^ , of our treatment oithe*e we notide that " come to !■:; ed tho uppoitt of wa*i|$4 fip | the challenger of Gen. a proposition, on ' \tm I The iutin iratigurari ifcr druggists, whh Ij wh>tes, ter between njarniu, of RiciMisn, a resolution ii Va., Jan. rinfiror of a NaiWCoeveaOon t° be holden in Washington on the** £I£25L !!]£ The resolution Use fevers Sepntor Crittenden s reso- lutions. 1 If ,J.,ArkMMB. vriv ■ ll^Uns' Jan. l«-->ia^AifcWw p^dnbillby unanimousrole eubnuttrngtaeou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 February 1861

'r#r£ ■'•*:*?* • &r m eusgtioh notice. ps^umation af the GOVBHNQJJ, £ m?i aartto to la*, (in tin absence of W®, i itjtj-j / nr in _ _',k_ . P^jLjee.) (he duty devolves upon us as Com- j:| [FW f) (\ ty l? Jbfj? f KfrfW ®«r County, to orderthepoils ;ji " Y.f "#• ' ***#* •. aef"**wjin all the precincts in Ked Rive!j , on Mom lay the 4th day of Felru- OW t>o acfepl 011 u,e *tn 01 *ei'ro- ]\ "w iyjwi «wept^titae, :i$d no* &the day tiki, for the t*cpm ol ©pe delegate to a i-Tof safmmn, irtto^eoe# ofsniVand hard invention. for the *;th District, tempo feelings, consequent tUer^t^fand as I published ta! countiea: Hunt, Colin, Or-f- to die world iu May 1859, that I wanted to sell ftnuin. Lamar, lieu River, Bowie, Titus, and goods ou a credit until the 1st January, I860, to . ' j all who knew that they conhl and would pay for "TV flowing named persons are appointed to ; what they might buy, and asfced those! who couhl ill on-tl election; not pay, at the end of the year, not to ask ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 February 1861

I; l i 1 if ri'i . ] *)(! p ii \ f U ft" ' % 4 'f 1 f I % «r* " Tt • 3 I' M |P S'i? f'i •■! K-ii m'i -I; i vfki. "■i'i i. PP'll Hit The foHo*i g' ia'Gen. letter, to a frtaniin GE TMUBtfloCoi j ed it tfce _ j miles from , .. S of the Riaca Jfy ZW SSV—Sforik Ckrotina, titer 27 j been in *erk Sir. Rb«M «a;a 89 year*, ef constanti and increasing effort* by Iwir leaders to induce i generic Iher to secede, has declared herself oat of the | adopt Union, and this too without the slightest wrong' or injustice done her people on the part of the Government of the United States. Although she mav have ceiied the revenue outter, raised hor treasonable flag over the United States Arsenal, the f ustom-hooae, Poet-Office,-Castle Ftucknev and Fort Moultrie, she is not "oat of the Union, nor beyond the pale oi the United-States. Before she can get ortt of reconstruction their jurisdiction or control, a ot the Constitution must be yr-OtSstu*- % , Wales,and theproperty j Company. The o«teiy has I jMii i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 February 1861

CBABLES De MORSE, V0L18^ LONG SHALL OUIL BAIXBB BBAVB TBI BRBBXB -THfi BTAKOABO OP THB FRBB ■■ ■ i ■ ' n.' i' ..!■ ■ r. .. : . ■ . ■? 1DITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CL ARKSYI LLE, RED RI^ER COUNTY, TEXAS, S A T 0 RD A Y, FE B RD A R Y $, 1861. RO .4 ADDRESS TO Til L SOUTH. .our 'oast and West 1 ndia trade. I n the half cen- ... Qnnth c nHn. 11"1?' ,n e<*,ate,.v P**<*dihg the Revolution, trom IM AddTewof th« SotUi 1,25 to 1775, the population of South Carolina in- A^Mibled In ConTontitxn, to the People of cwsnl seven fold. tfceQlavebolding States o 8 No man can for a moment believe that our an- Ked iw - r—— - |uun—h umueu Free government f torld. The great object of their union was exter- H^ed to those matters only which m1 defence front the aggressions of powerful Da- mns • which object is now attained, from their ■ere' progress in power. Thirty-one millions of Mople, with a commerce and navigat;on which JXri every sea, and with agricultural produc- tion* which "are necessary to every...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 February 1861

pie * ' LATESTNBWS, wmtoatikw Virginia B. Cfofijjl Joshua K. .James Quthrie jnfl; i Frankfort, Jaif. Kentucky Legislal resolutions, on S ' Wm. O. Butler, Jam* Bell, C. 8. Mftfeheau, -. Charles A. Wfekliffe, flommiW'oere flroif Other States, *t Waahu gWBr-Wwi ^.4th Volunteers for JJ.erida. Charleston, Jan. 28.—In the Senate (Sat- urday') ft resolution was adopted, authorizing tile Governor of the State to send volunteers, to the assistance of Florida, if reqired. - -? North OnaMm I gl«l*Wre. — Bleotion ofDelegate* to a Southern Congress. Rai<£IOH, Jan. 28i—The House ot Repre- sentative has passed a resolution to send Com- missioners to meet the Convention at Mont- gomery. Union Meeting In Portland, Me. Portland, Mb., Jan. 28—An immense meeting held in this city Saturday passed res- olutions of a Union character. Hews From Washington.—Invasion on the CapltoL Washington, Jan. 27—A rumor is rite that Gen. Scott has received intelligence of the farther designs on the Capitol by secess...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 February 1861

i%] GEO. B. BREM & CO« i rill! E FIRM OF H RH NE & BROS, has J- w«n dissolved thia day, by mutual con-eut. fea->. Rhine in OlarkeviUe. and A.' Khinein Mc Jtioupy, will attend to th* settlem. ut of allcNiros I ID ui\o and the firm. We curnc^tiv re- p.". |oT. lit) jUialiM deatk 4 i itdttai keSMC lit im\ J b;kd*t£L i am IUmtAR, |1 «f«r< adgc «fa llisfciit \t - the firm. . c eanmuv re- Tti WKFl'L to the -Public for .past favors, M***1 a" thots* indebted to us to come forward sh to announce (Suit iliev1 *tili con'inue the an" W UP a we most now have money. |3£iness of making and retiring Buggies and #« fcr rj Sia.jteiit, Mtt tf [ Itimajtedj i P^J lp Jtlteiru fa jestai U.tto* liatoflw f| meartkrij e, oaTtt i Mni j eatuj ippiaeuitel •^ThJXve a numlier of Carrhges, Hank's and on hand, whHi are in |nvoe*._of tinish- and "ill ew« * ready for sale These they can recouiuie ~aess. tend tor durability, i* well as ueat- ! :i!- SIC branch of theii Thev wil? also continue the HOUSE Jfc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 February 1861

rooM wi in W! I Trot; auth i 86 i J by hfl llared 1 If hoot I lpeqple Inited |he rev rer <j louse, 3ultn |beyoD« e shi Dntrol uiust ktter of I the rd Mr. j Conn < 'srui Iin Ad r poses, lent di Jer«on, be ab lew me ?e^*io it him? ^ieb ml Fort the ha Sump Ii<>n as is lit Jitertan: [cd to a Irf Min [ such a w OtlU Ciiai :i:aiuls di'inoli Id State I't'PuOI |n;rnr ai be ><ur not app the !Vec !. it to rest; linen c |n all x uis of >:rat aires t • d.ssc that ill J| ru-iou Id! the j Iwirthv IV-sid. not, ar _>r to So i, piej rot in [ircstyv sow tl irlwinc |d not h; L-rcss, ..pid st- jd on h J tba inod I h'ldi, it not ta . joy ai - t"V !':tistri( • n <_■ even . led I l to e: i „|,j. 1 "P' tii.-h •verii; la!Ii ire livery of would } !e of or, iu-f the r Jts of 1 _-tivel j JC .. leperipd in which theStats «f SootlTCarolina coustituted a part ot the tJ. jSii^ ww tbaii distinctly notified to tie Pres- ident of the United States as aiwsot or aote ol hostility, bfceaudoeif...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 February 1861

pf.Y% mmmm mm felflBMiM mgmm - w 1W^ s, HO XI ST OK Frontier Protection. a*0$te on aiiii of the United date ORlluAvtdir JiUreh/m the I« A. D. 1845, proposal toibe . {L^uie of Texaa, then m free, sovereign and jn BOW TTTlIIt nation, the annexation of to* littler to fSfcroer, as one of the co^ual Statea thlceo£ Tfce neoole of Texas, by Deputies in Q* ention ' m<rku« the fourth day of July ofthe mine narssseoUd to and accepted aaid prowmla, and C^fttooatitation lor propot^d State, upon **'33, on Ihe twenty-ninth day of Decern* *-r, of ";As —■** year, aaid State was formally 'deceived Mo the confederated Union. f Teiaa abandoned her separate nat'ona extet* (Me and consented to become one of theoonf<1er- -■tadSiaten, to promote her welfare/impie tiettaaqnil'iy and secure more substantial y the , Mwbgiof liberty and peace to her pajjle.* Site «M received into the cenfMieraey, with her own lOMtitation, under the guarantee* of tha^ederal Oii>itiit:" and the eouipacfr of annexation....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 February 1861

mi -iO rn ^ipr^1 • pM MHfcinsn WmM aboutM Hof Hootagte Mid io «dvmw |f not; ofl MMBJ too ^?3 n n mm. *rt spMg q Feb. 12.—Both br Hare n<§oi^ei the 20t£of Mare ~ ..v.. ^ uj batiBW of i national character. blanches of | Mpfgefc anting «f|gg| rey publish an address to the people of the tite #|Mr h«>wing Kansas to beon the very verge sistarrstion and taking immediate aid !■ ■-'■ ■'- '-^ ■'■• ' ■efJH till Ilto mm*i be made ■>o| fl'i . I ft; {, f t }• i i:.I I ••vi a V| i '5 ,! * ! ? i'"!' I I itihe meantime, some efthe Northern capitalists have decided to loan no more mo- nej to the Federal \ Government^ untilsaoh time aa a final settlement shall have been efleo- *V i ^ 1-Tb.C-^.f Soathern States which hare seeeded, last night Wnaniptously agreed upon the constitution for a provisional Government. A strong and Jrig- oreos j Government will go into immedi ale operation, with full powers and ample fanda,, v '-U-: ..•■.].•.• ■' | ' • Naitber propositions for compromise or a reconst...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 February 1861

mhb mm am mm •*. A.3I ^ KMrmg ;•• Vaa* twelve, the hour specially! e Republicans to rote oa the ad- tbe State of Kansas into the, Union, _fi^f #loHd< ««® to pri*-il«^qBM . I'iaBQMHMd that he had official iafor- ijatfcfe State had gone odl of !& (Ja- g*|V withdrew his cor.nectiou' 1mm the ye was followed by his colleague, Mr ' wjj0 wept as be spoke, and drew tears •hi the eye« of many Si. cat on?, and spectators ITS. crowded g^eries. 1 .; iTMtM" Clay nd I ltzptriek, al*> very much t" ^tpd made the same iiniitipic* iucnt. in be- i ^^of Alabama, and Mr. Davis in behalf of *tSE t attention was given by Senators [ j spectators to the speeches oi the weeding SnaW«,and the farewell words uttered by each ^his feliow Seaaturs, North aud South. For I moment after Mr. lMvis closed, the listentis Ir-"1 spellbound, aod many shed tears." Tb:s ll goon broken by a movement of Democratic gators towards Mr. David ai d the other se- iSiDS Senators, when i general and very cor- jjgl shaking o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 February 1861

""mW IliPllI; 'I M * I §m i s1|f If I ilfSiiti illli&.. I i * i 1 * *&Jl3 ! ?/ on tin psrtof Vir- i. ; |i, s ., • i! m \ l|| ■i I "r i > t : 1 ■ ' •I:! | 11 i I U y| f if |! In * I £§ j« i - ^ %V:i| I ill I if! k M - ii the - l«o4N(ijM>l this Jtaa mith greet ntir' oi ifci« Hnnit : to know tk t atw ... _ fend in tpfd^MaMnM (* f8*': j *f Virginia in ooandL Wka assembled they will coaatRute a body in an eminent degree entitled i to theeoaAdeaoe of die mwtrjr- The Genera! ! • SSmbly of Virginia has also wuolrad that Kx-Pmi- deaUofca Tyler to hereby appointed. by the current ! Tote of eaeh branch of tHGottiil Asasmbiy,a Com- 1 ntiMioner to the President of the United States, and Judga Robinson, whereby appointed, by lihevote, . n Ccmsaiseoner to the State ef: South arolina, and the other Spates tbat have seceded or shall secede, with instruction* to resseetfii^f reqnestthe President 0l| the United Slat es and thsautboritiis ofsuoh States to agroa to abstain, pending theproo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 March 1861

•r« mm OMA*i*XB DtMQKil, 8TA«DAte Or TB tSHM LO*|® SHAH OUH BAVHBR BBAVB RlXm CODNTY, TEXAS, SATOROAT, EN ATE. tq mrpbople oif vntenn a. We deem it oar duty,as your Re weeentativei at From the Chicago Tribune—Lincoln's Organ SETTLE IT NOW. RECONSTRUCTION. HASTB HOT—BB8T WOT AFFAIRS IN MONTG The VICE PRESIDENT aanonnoed the iHMntr—* of members of the Senate to fill Zgsaeies on the Standing Committees in the of the retiring Senators: if *Qq the Committee on Finanoe—Mr. Hemp- kill. On Military Affairs—Messrs. Latham and L^nnedy and Washington, to lay before you so h information ae we may pooessj in regard to the probable ac- tion df Congress in the present condition of the country. ' ' | At the beginning of this session, now more than half over, committees were appointed, in both Houses of Congress, to consider t^e state of the Union. Neither committee has been able to agree upon any mode of settlement of the pending issues between the North and the South. • The Republican members in b...

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