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

^ , .v * , % iHWH W&mS* Im^HPISf^P ". -f*$- -5. SI gi T^mtr j * llf Kill wm@^m k ;k" ?*"> *f+mn. WMiaouHit OriuHII, US. wilZ^ T1 VMakOMdvte. 0 ltt Ooonty, Qm. WWW, flw H h|M Va Otbbard, 8 8 ItoCnrry, W I Btjfr, J ]> MeCaaaat, Hooka'* rO t*Otf*&q Joihu* Pr Wm 0 Wright,' I W_ r. bos. J. H- Ilowck. B 1 Hawkioa, County. "'- S . L mil, « Rock Wall, knMnP.9, « UlnprWd, B Sridgw M, 3 Swing, nutria "V"* " ThwiocU, Onutr, J Mkn " Htt.bui flwaafio 41 OointtBfti Call am, H. ToUr, Diatriet Clark. Bf>BCL*£ wade tot jgi -■'---* --'e--* • « •* . oy& y wrswithout opiathar pnreq liiito Aav* had. We daM lo,^8u„„..„- ipiiyr# ik W ***V-.rW|(W ,lv-( •'if M'iml * *Mi 'it oarM? WhUe weshoub , M ni*e, we should be Mpmd , f made by others,*^ from wh* of the* *s editori dt course j but we «fi# does, i ind musk •odof m - <V "?t'w' '* i' seoessinnnews from Texas wm received ;U M: l who have l«ga( publloatieoa to inaku in thit f*p«. will (*coilaet that Uu> Statut* JWrtde* that they ah...

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

WW; in At bed* litfetfc Nab 13 tl MM !M Lrdt k®# | of sK °M# a eh is " diiff 101. lea 136 toil eat jider iW If Ten# ,sb(Mt P*% i&ftt •Si SS5 liSi ii of iH Hit trip _(M_ twentjfoar di ifereni .pliMiltloair ^LEi !■& *-" "" OUt' *n^ p««oh- £{■ w«« for complimentary •Mrcae«i A« i depots also salutes were fifed bjrjl local i companies * ^kecommittee of Congress mnjJ theMont- n authorities met the new President , eighty miles off, and for nit lly received "tin T*o fipe military companies from Co- , joined th« escort «t Opetika — , all reaehed liloBtgomery at 10 o'clock WnigH amid shoots from" the; enthoslastic -opalaoe snd the firing of casnon. A large ^Jird th**" assembled at the depot, and called moa the new President to speaks ■ Mr. Davis rose, and in returning his thanks, Mid he lelt prood to receive th« congratula- tion, and hospitality of the people of Alabama. He briefly reviewed the present! condition of tkc Eolith, and said the time for: compromise bd paeed, and he wits c...

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

;n:0 • it! r. \ u k \ I : i i off their ^vfSr tkmbw^j :3®r .k'BOlt itkatwhen tb< Into tl>e houses, pat them to incon j toiipkeitlieai disoover wmr into which they werr jewels; $at in thai _ wouldseise young girls, tieribe to allow them to take «onld chop off their hands it the wrist, so as at onee If eoshlc the brace- lets to sfip off. They would seixe them rounr' tik« wrist, or by the hair, snd dragging thorn oat iuto the outer yard, hand thrm over to th*K«rds, or Druses, or Arabs, who, moun- tingthem beside them ou horseback, rode oft injfe the eountry,and there practiced all sorts of eoormitias on them. Boys were •Jzyfc and.abused in the meet shameful manner. The busses mn.fi then set fire to. and such females ss were left in thskflames or, spring iug from tearsee, and from roof to roof, fell down,and had 4heiT limbs dislocated or broken. Thesesesms of this women were distinctly heard three miles off. "Those details are given by a Mahometan Effendi in a letter to our Consul...

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

rn'MmmMM IS P I,ES D© MORSE, CHTB BAKBtBR BRAVS TH8 BRBft*M-TStB «* CBA VOL. 18, CL ARK SV LLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEX ASS, S T0 RD A Y,M ARCH 9 trnrr For The standard. dufpatr, Erath County, Tex}a8, j m •A' v= m Y' been appalled by the progressof events, issna of tbe 2Srd of February under ? and overawed into silence . and submission t«d of "T"0 Election" you say that tbe . by the denunciations and turn ultuons violence " .11IM)n th3t day will decide whether tbe ' ®f the extremists. No time bus been allowed. c251 1 ■ _; u _ v 1.1. d...o. i t,.r (u v tk □ . ..*1. . tk„ , intended j- . j, as the polls were c'osed before your \ ®« d speeches and sensation dispatches of tbe ''issued, yet we feel that yon have done | precipitators; the following though now old I*1*' ^iu^Jce to those who voted against ce- 1 has not been published in a receding paper in peit injust' eesyioD: and come upon [ ss since the political troubles ! *h:s State, so far as I have seen,—it would not f emotions pon the...

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

I w if,?• 'i,; iff m if !i-! tv* ?3.*f ii! i ■> /if •II 1 i-: p-.-■rv■. m V|S, • Ci ! \ " ■ MM „ mm ' - K"' ii':--' il!f| * . -V .' mffl bama. zm. Pre moobb, ;t|gg linatious, W- ^i iiSES III I - i^V yC.p.Memminger, U ftj. WJk , •< Ata- Dijfl by the the following Committee be ii.#q in into expediacy of laying (I# on cotton exported from the Stack to any foreign country, Parts of the Confederacy. jton, Feb. 21. Advices from Rieh- mond. received here "to-day, say Mr. Stanton's forCa bill has creatd great excitement in the* Virginia Convention. I WAsatMsms, Feb 21.—Trouble is preva- lent in the Ironeh Legation, on account ot Mr, Mercier, who ha* secession sympathies, havin„ sent home official advices conflicting with Ijpnsuls and others. Explanations have : been required;*- 3fr. Stoeekel the Rnssian Minister, ilso sym- pathises wfrfr the secession movement. Wahhivot>n, Feb. 21.—Ein^p^n dis- patcher announce tha determination of Euro- pona powers; to recognize no new Government ...

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

j. V-C ''J . . • V . ' •• ■ j •• ' ' , > ■ S:. ' .. 4 . >' '•/ t > *v v^M .-•... ,yi' X-. i ;-. . .-,• a ■ ■ Vt r " l |*MSiJ kMmi Tg i. i 1 ••# It s$jy j \ ifceafiej^' ' taAtbJ , *w7S I*| aeotrnjj |" SsaAjfc! T ; ww V- SU-.. I f-;k« ehttta ■ I'g him £ j leoerj, ^ r *s ) pia. ILjamitof k w; ped his cob. I83IOD4TS «|] aeir nspoj. bthor ravtt [tee of Skfe. el and . the Stetj intfd fcj iW j list u fet: j Hn eipallj it j Ittee in tit j lposod apn j led and |upontk«ji stin lotdfi. se of ft* Ithe diettts J prevegBf ] |m? <Md faa'ble pi - j cspeosllj j I- savinjte |rovidt.fir and m- . P«MP |tutes; ui trad |e anotker Jomuiitu Infer vA lointmetf, him Art with la Irivilcg* le Denn lit on til Jorerair lin tMr |them ■ *■* fen w* neetkd, oatb <9 Soto, to-tv that , bc ilatfea. con* i for the idindi. entttkt Ihe C^t- ort Af I to bor- ate at .the J^P1* «* tha aorereip ':'S V Lotiiai« , Wag eo#«a*4 that ^ American Kagb was about to bo taogkt ,- jirty tricks, rapodiated that time-boa or...

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

m ll- I i If ,1 §•; i | if i ff: i r - ■rt\ ,fe?* psai IS M Mi M cws#.;^ " ■ " ' itrthci" d'kWct the <ir to vri^.W of the Bgroo Sec. 2. n>*8 a«fc CT.SCA no? shall itbecoi the Mating apart °f dock- datenniued the mbnitted to Ipi consent Jjljtvst* of any heard by two we unable to / to criminal ttterfere with times for the hearijng of causes from particular districts, as j barefore. - S*c. 3. This act shall take effect from and af- ter its passage. jj. ^ Approved February 7, 1861. CHAPTER XT. AN ACT fo amend an act entitled an act to argaztizc Justices Cuurts, and to define the jpoizci* and'jun'sd'ictiou of the same, approved '?Wrc!* 20; 1848." "{§* . 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature of Texu.1,. That section fifty-two in said act be so amended as hereafter to read as follows : "A Juidcc oi' tbo Peace may ^rant a stay of exe- cution on any ju Ignient for money rendered by himself, on a civil suit, for nine months."— Provided the |erson or pesons aeaiust whom eaeli judgment was ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 March 1861

■M- '■^"W-%- -■■ iMv MSEC * ;,4ay^^ fMipi l^sfeav^v^l VOL. 18, jaFAN^THF, ascent of fusi-jama. -CL ARK^yiLLE, RED RIVER COD STY, TEXj|s, SATURDAY. M A R C I 16. IS 10. 9. British Consulate, ^ Kanauawa, Japan, Sept. 20. j 5,r . for thf; first time in the history of Ja- pan has tbe fool oi the European profaned the wcreil heights of Fusi-Jama, and the event m«v probably be of sufficient interest to enti- tle it to r short, record in j our columns. Mr. Alcock, our envoy !n «J *ddo, desirous of v;s:tiu ' thc i"tcr'or °* l^e country, .and euri- ocs to spcertain the truth of ail the wonderful tale* related by t\f& Japanese of their beloved tnd venerated mountains, having successfully (Jisnoped f ti e numerous insuperable obstacles „,<■*? pertiiwciously su_'ge-ted by the Govern- !elt .Jeddo tor Fusi Jama on the 3d inst. enough to receive an invi- which was further merit I was fortunate tit inn to join his party comfOM '! ■ f Mr Kusd<fn, vice-consul at Jeddo, VUssrs li'l'.vcr and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 March 1861

!?«■ mm '>":ii j f til hi I ;;; • | \$t\ ' l1 I iffiJ I Bit; «l: , , '*1 Wk I ;!] r^; 1 '4 j If f Iff S- 1 ia ijjjif I 1.6 .,«v- 'mm Pont inni cmmmad The majority if f^a^i ij-wy «M question bee iwyaeM^jlfi the geademauwirt ATE8 Advertiser.] interesting fall, we hwro^oopied sy*&(f|^bee Congress to do tho Union ticket— , ^ r t'Convention Is Urge. Wkmimytm, Ni &■, AdwrA l.—Tbe secession candidates elected by one thousand majority. Washington, Shrek 1.—John Bell denies the rumor of his (being offered * seat in Lin- coin's Cabinet, and says he does not desire one. * 1 Senator Chasejof Ohio, has been appointed Seemtuy of the! Treasury. Secretaryship of mir yfem to Cameron of Pa. Richmond, Vd., A/artrh I.—Ex-President Tyler and Mr. Sedden were serenaded last night. Tyler mid the South had nothing to hope for from the Republican party. Washington, March 1.—Slidell telegraphed his family to remain here. It is supposed that he goes to Paris as Minister from the Southern Confederacy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 March 1861

HMi d ►«!«. 1.11 tie lerepaku. " rates;in peritftA liu adhut ivcty Ar ' hadidt rasps* jiontt 00J« [alSlion; refiid!« Instead | aaiblA stag* it k }oce£xiin > or pew* apeeC''« SWfftf' Iff >« \'X (Oft) ■ . j-.j- w !«500 (or each off-nee, , ideU •" of this Confedeiaev having cog- Ljsjnce thereof,in the name and for the one of this (Wed«*a~7 , , m | j-It. ft. Be it further enacted. That the Poet mas- ter General ot the Co.i(derate States be, and is 'hereby authorized 'o make all neressary arran -e- inicntu for the-rantriHuion of mails between the Territories ofth'e and other governments, subject to the ap- rovalofthe President, until poatu treat- ies ca'i lxi effected. Passed Feb. 21,1SG1 LlNCOLN'S'TNAUGURALr Washington, March 4th.—Inhia iaaugur- 81 to day, Mr. Lincoln said there nevei has been reasonable cause for apprehension that Southern prorerty, peace a^cl security would be endangered by the accession ot a Republi- can administration. He quoted his speeches drcloritiif no pur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 March 1861

JiNfiii n PO SllilllifW« '£%-l i ^ifi#ill® ®mmm c^lb P$- se? ipS; ■' i 1*1- '*mw. Kit # 41 •V2 iJ C 1 |; u ! : m&m mm m SOUTH. of 1860 r-Dekware Ihtdeteibof Extra ip tren «., bring- *y^ T\mmm reinfortepliatej iwmedfa^ly. 1 retake. Point,Iraoe1 with liSi afevCTftt resistance, troops; b here for hary&red men troops threaten to 1 Kijchola brought «M OD. Gen. Niehola, Col. Hon. Waller, were hj/ttjjej aetGapt. f fort Brown, and t,aud brag- ibl W;j.hud' the best 8tete«i service. He jrder to arreot them, hid O&cere cou'oln- vrfc r> astrascd fiun. tied a prtni d« i,!RBd drilled men in thejV b!-k> said be bad isaned f but after constltatjoif? . .. d*d not to do «v He said hfe'liad a company of three '-"imbrd- men', itl t' ic^oW *H* JJ t?C"iJ,,*iT5v tl'-er tii one. A 5gbt i* -1<' *t>l<>. tbtVoib^i:'^ i-' an extract from a pn >«e let- t^r i I 1 ! ' !; bhazos Santiago, Feb. 23.—"All well We are here, ond all right; but will have to fight, and that very soon. "Th...

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

K%- wWet KfcT.-v - £^ra* . *« SS^Sgi ,. S'?« >.* 3-6«S« OSABLES bo MOR81, lo p bhau, ana Wn« wutitmbrbiib-tbb mipii i.' I'J JI j)*'[iiiii i * ■ pi OP THB FBBBI •if* CL ABKSjYILLE. RED RIYER COUNTY, TEX ■siim SATURDAY, I Prom, the REPORT OP THE BUFF Not to that Where I watch Pw do Ornmrd With .' r ■;■■■ '- The followeri of the t The warriors of the VOL 18, "jjUCOLN'S INAUGURAL ADDRESS. fttuena of the United States—Tn compliance _;th custom as old as the Government itself, f!?Lv before yon to address you. briefly, and takei"Jonr Presenoe t^ie prescribed l*the Constitution of the United States, to be K by the President before he enters on the *ecstion of the duties of his office. I do not fLider it necessary at present for me to dis- •JJ matters ot admi nistration, about toeh there ia no special anxiety or excitement. The apprehension seems to exist among the Moote of the Southern States, that by the ac- tion of a Republican administration, their rtwertj^their peace, and their perso...

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

n vfc" --'V ! -vs ' • ,; . ; :• :M^y ■.r'- • y-i%aigw4sv% ■ '•&&& ,- • ■ *of w3ap^ •.' -■■';-- - % Ui: ■- • IIK ^tlifc ■ ; *. f#l§ ! ill'IK IV ; il" f /, fHPH-i, ■ ■; : ' Sc-> J§H H 1 jjHPpii i ill " i ?. H f 'H {; 11! # Undef tfw firrt teaaas^outh Carolina is en r titled to five} epreesatei !( in Ceng*as,G« r- eio to ten.Alabama to nine, Florida to two. fL£iPT.it aix. Kaeb b abo antitM lo two Senators. Tfe BtaM Legislature may impeach a judi eialor federal cfficer, resident and acting in Mild State, by a two-thirds vote of both brancb- ■ ! * -* |M ' ' 1 '■■ ' "V Owgnn toay grant seats oo the floor of eith- erbouteto the principal officer of each cx«cu- |. tare departmert, with the privilege of disease §g ing the measures of h department. The representation #f the three-fifths of slaves is eon tinned, rj! Congress I i not allowed, through duties, to foster any branch of in<histxy. The foreign slave tramia prohihiteH. Congress is prohibited from making appro- priali...

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

Hg&V ♦ ■ illlfc glB8^j? Bfijpi I " " ofca Wj I* ja l ■Ofi #p ** ,«* MnY wjr«, member «f Oranjre coatity, Ncw Yo*k, ins r alone from the rooms oflloa. Prea- u RIM, 0* Obpitol Hittr MMRritttt rt^TWtsains whose "ideal parpaM was jSklt* Kfe. Mr. Van Wjc% wwapproach S ftwabehindby one ot th« wlk aa, who, '■ «Laa iost alongside, made a de*pen te luoge at 7- brMi«t with a knife. The knife penetrated Mr Van Wyck's overcoat, undercoat,nnJ also i * ' j through a triple-folded copy of the wZ and nearly through a pocket taeoior- gndum-book- It was a mnst deadly blow, and ^wfartho copy of the Globe aad memoran foa-boek, would have been fatal. Mr. Van ^yck immediately turned and struck his as- nilant down. At the same moment a second iljnt came up and struck Mr. Van Wyok with a knife. a bio* from which he received • his left hand while warding it off, and at the ■ame time Mr Van Wyck knocked down his leeend assailant with his light hand. Imme- diate) J thereafter Mr. Van Wycjk had nucccffd- i...

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

t ■ 1 *1' I'.fl&li* Ii | ■'■ |p J§ three, Cerftral overland route, ¥MMfe***d triweMj to Denver 'j3KT • f; ■ to the fagiire Mt which Hetue yesterday, provide* th t after where arrested, the fugitive Jflwe * jury trial in die State whence March 5.—The bill given last night in hoftor of die inauguration of A^rhhaai linMi1n>.WM largely attended and, iiPUM* a freat success. ^AJlCHtOTOtt, March 5.—Mr. Buchanan fudge Vdnderstoith's sentence, for i cations for land warranto, from Ml, March 6.—SJajor 'Anderson, jiOvtfce 4th of March, reported him ' gafe, and that no re i nforcement need be I special messengers will leave her$ for t&d Fort Pickens. They will can- ,n Secretary Toucey's arrangments. The ^ BfpiiVliMii authorities state posi- tively that refrjtbreementa will follow for Fort Sumpter and Fort Pickens. Tha inaugural address is still the subject of heated argument, but the Black Republicans are deHgnted w «h it, and so unequivocally ex- pr themselves. Thousands of office s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 March 1861

_ JgP*r** . :• Jr"v^rv*v 1 *' jv ^ " ' * * ' * ORBB, LONO SHALT. OUR BANKER BRAVB S^gi ifcg i )?.; ;4v 6*$4£:.'. ITOH A PSOPRIITOI, VOL 18, CL ABKSVII LLE, RED KIVER COUNTY, TEXA S, S A T U R D A Y, M A R C H 30,1861. Auttn, March 15,1861. MaJ- PeMobse:—Dear Sir:—Enclosed you will find majority report • of committee on finance, which is thought to bp a good docu- ment. The minority arc alsppreparing to re- port; I also send you the form of both, as pass- ed die tonvention on yesterday, and on, to-day, vas administered to all the S ate Officers, who are meiubera of this body. The President, (O- j|. Roberts.) notified his excellency, Gov., Sam Houston, through George W. Chilton, to appear in Convention room ou to morrow at 12 o'clock M., and take the now Oiitli of Offiee, which he decliied. (I don't kuow whether very respectfully or m>f.) saying* that lie does not luok upon this bodv as being legal. So you sec that he in still determined to be as much in tj,e way a« possible; the o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 March 1861

•'*.r-v;' ^ i- i. secret Mrriet. Oapt. ! 1 : ; f : ■!' 11 it H I i fi 1; jjl I 41 u .1.1 II if U It: I fir m 1Jfkm mm vtifcl also his acts, as mesaing war. Southern Confederacy, or that the Federal Caleb was in fact dissolved, and the political " ecmpu-itian of hia CMnnA. Aa to to the evacuation of Fort Sumter, he thought it was only a military necessity and ■ K et a peacje. offerings j! Storting Bxchango at New York. _ * foax, Mar. 19.—Sterling exchange has again advanced. The Asking rate to-day is ' 101. Louisiana Stat* Stocks. New York, Mar. 19.—Louisiana six's were * sold yesterday in tbe market at 77 h- More Federal Appointments. Washinotok, Mar. 19.—*The nominations of Oarleri Francis Adams as Minister to Eng- land, Geo! P. March to Sardinia, James Wat- son Webb to Turkey, and Wm. L. Dayton to France, wjere sent into the Senate yesterday. The "appointment of Wm. L. Dayton, as Master t|o France, is the only one as yet con- firmed. S W. D. Thayer has received tbe appointment of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 March 1861

m mm KM r IS 'Aa fc# vi'"; "i'i w tfcriBt. Louis Republican etie& i ' .-Li *3 RK 22,186!.—I i of reporting tbe.oadopen.and theovi jroiiujt their journejBM " "fhe bodies of Wallace and three ~8 «bo we e prisoners with the I^tsijl artfe Sand lunced by the dragoon*, who 'feCt out to Ipacbe Pa * from For: Hiw^i rid -e. The unfor- tunate victims to savag barbarity had evidently hgen dead several dajs when the holies were found; the flejdi had t een eaten from their bone* coyotes, and only skeletons remained. Tliejjb were buried by ihe soldiers, and the officers iniwe- <5ately heldaeonsulfatbn asto the proper retalia- te measures. It "<is decided to hung the six Icdian prisoners. and they , were Accordingly brought out. n he wife and child of on* chief, who were a'so captives, were Btkeu along to witness lie execution. Indiana disake to be hong Wfo lifnlf But these savages have a superntitious dread of meeting death on t' e gallows, u.id begged hjirtibr for the privilege of bein...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 March 1861

-k: WjF~~ fi !i,i i j Mr! ! i f-i &%/• principal Jin—iMjj'tfrJ ers, mostly runui he summed op m i jjTpM o - i ilB uriidthV' at and seem to be- ir the itam- oitgback to the 1841, the ka&d American steam- " stic routes, may- Prenident, British, Arctic, American, Pacific, American. Fan Fmncisoo, American, Central America, American, Independency American, Yankee Blade, American, City of Glasgow, British, Union, American, Humboldt, American, Fran Win, American, C'iiv <>f Philadelphia, British, Tempest, British, Lyonnais, French, Austria, German, Canadian, British, Value of Teasels Lifts lost. | and cargo. ' 130 $1,200,000 300 1,800,000 240 2,000,000 150 400,000 387 2,500,000 140 100,000 74 280.000 ' 420 850,000 none 300l000 done 1,600,000 none 1,000600 none 600.000 150 300^000 160 280,000 466 p50i000 none 400,000 none 100,000 27 125,000 32 75p0 (about) 120 279,000 Arao, British, Indian, British, Northerner, American, Hungarian, British, •( Xotalf 2,807 15,930.000 Showing tl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 6 April 1861

1 p H XT-tims. ■ • ; <' ■' - t 2&I>.*«* * wiKB rani jjEARLES D0 MOR89, VOL 18, CMIISJILLELRED E R COUNTY, T E XA S, S A TIX Q A Y, A P E I or tbs t COHFEDmATEJTATOS or ; NORTH AMERICA PREAMBLE. j the people of the Confederate States, Hth Stele acting in its sovereign and indepen dent character, in order to form a permanent ^Federal Government, establish justice, insure x^eatic tranquility, and to secure the bless- jogs of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, invoking the fevor and guidance of Almighty <jod, do ordain and establish tlns# Constitution fat the Conf'-derate Suites of America : AKTICLE 1,—SECTION 1. All legislative powers herein granted shall bo vested in a Congress of the Confederate i States. which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives. SECTION 2. 1. The House of Representatives shall be composed of members chosen every second year bv the people of the several States; and the electors in each State shall have the quali- fications requis...

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