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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 July 1861

N V i! .if ill % If I fj L t II v : tiii i mm l m n i id i 'jffcf "i 1 •i - #4 HH . .... J$ - : ■ K?3j' ,.:i:..'!, : # #$*T fcp i'fei- \'i "-<- 'izmsMiig •* .** „ g v.- & ■_* ■ SI ■$£■ HI ¥ Believed design wrid mmwwm -- .. . Ai day . appeared u Balla Bon with a farce and 1 to onm tbe stream. 8ereral hii tl< a easoed three milea North-west of Manassas Ikmegitd eommanded ie person The name of oommander on the federal ride hf unknown. 39i battle vtasafits height at 4 o'clock in the aftenfcxmand ttuad at 5, the enemy having bem repulsed three times. Wm. 8ingster, * lHfenmn, killed * federal 4«M a£high nek-, sod took seven hundred dcUare in gold iron bis person. i Capt. Dulaney, ol the Seventeenth Vir gini regiment, wis slightly wounded. A shot passed through the kitchen hou where Beanregaid wss sitting at dinner The enemy is supposed to have had his where- abouts. The enemy fired into our hospital, where ja yellow flag was flying. i Bjchhoitp, July 19.—Apparently relial intell...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 July 1861

!W -4 •fen*' •qnaii m* a 6. Dnridaoo, ww* the 23rd U Jaai, .il, of the Big Spring «i yjA, theadvane ludiutf about a advanneneontn 6*4* «ad that thej saw quarter of them 6^0*jww WW} fi <2gsgfr'*''K* -s4 a, what and charge /t^agad to form rr^veight Indiana were mm. .Sttqii |U« cane upon then te the lumber of Iti 1,130. Capi Darkfeon being is the miwwae j hi> division -charged neon* three ^Indians V^fcs saw in the row of the maift party; T. they saw'him eoming thej dismounted, "Hupping* few paces a part, waited his p- !^ch and as he rode after them sod among kBdfisehaifcipg his m* shooter, thej ahot Jr ^ with three arrows Oar troops kit uj the Indian that killed him, and" another *T, WM left on the ground, and it"was -nnooed that many more Indians were killed Sjwsw packed off, as onr. troops shot many -tea they could not afterwards find, but who jere seen to reel and fall The Indians were •aated, but we consider it a dearly bought fie- m in the leas ofCapt. Davidson, brave ard j^...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 July 1861

■'■Li w '.tiibJLiiiii iCT? j, v. *4UU,*.~B. '•j'vff^Y-OT M J. r. HOOKS, *. t>. t e*«e>ef •Wf'—: "«i 11--"2 \ W«* •-* ^nfrWrfill^N teamed ante of m, toen, poarl; miles, with about AVING associated themselves the ^ _ their proiW-TUasTsemees tothsattseaa and surrounding country. ~ . . ■ ,. . They hope totwnf the patronage of tbeirfH£<flds. The attention of both will be given inja^fMsep when ueoeasary without additional chatfjre. ' Office oc the south-east corner ot <ne public square, next dtoor to Messrs- Pirke/ &T Boston, Texas, April 2d, '01 no. 12::6mos. Sen. Ptfee g this way, In bout 80 bat tUUO in about 80 eomiug tbja nd offioera. , tender: _w been wd e&fer the * Urge and eomtaodiousas- ample rooms for fcmilita, he ellers. It will be kept in the country will admit of, and the laige one—will be carefttlly dgjjjy&l fi&iM 3U &H. VmoiNiA, 1861 bwiJty Stable attend considering Mllm •Tan. 26th, 1881. v . i •" 'X; 8e thefacts oeourretti *§. aitai&istra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 3 August 1861

• L ' "T J mmm . iv; i •■• , U:^M mm mm" t:: VtAIBAlB OF TO ■ *9.*W f; ;,^tl;k . ■ • •r^fefSj >.3* |L ' NK^fife S^Rii VOL 18, president s message. Richmond, July 20, '61. Qatkmtnof the Co jrtsi of <fyt Confederate States nf America : My message addressed to you, at the com- o-eBcement of the last session, contained such f'ufl information of the state of tbo Confederacy, i, to render it unnecessary, that I should now do more than cull your attention to such im- portant facts as have occurred during there- ^ and the matters conn acted with the pub- lic defence. I bave apsin to congratulate you on the ac- ssion of new members to our Confederacy'of fr-je and equal sovereign States—our leved and aouored brethren of North Carolina and Tennessee bavc consummated thf action fore- men «ad provided for at your last session. I Uve had the gratification of announcing by frocfa a' "n> -R conformity with the lsw, that States were admitted into tb" Coufedera- v." Tb" people of Virginia al...

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

I: Hi 7$, mjs W. en opposed the bill as an abuse of iWjowereof Oongwiw, :Mtt« Constitution. ; y* ■ L«t«r from Missouri "i j l*dspc*denct, July 23.—Santa Fe dotes are to the 7th iust „" — ■ ' Granville Ores is a candidate for the Coh- icdetate Congress firom the MeaOla'"Valley. Jkfcrvm City, Jalf 28.—Bon Uriel W right •sende e violent eeoewion speech iu the State Convention to-day, denouncing the Adminis- Mno as revolutionary and despotic. He de- Hubi^W the Union leaders of St. Louis and the State j A committee was appointed to report the dbtoraeted eonditt&u of the State " -a Dispatch from Simon Cameron. Washington, July 23;—The Secretary of War telegraphs the following reply to the N Cheer our friends to active exertions, that we may speedily retrieve our misfortune. We are making most vigorous efforts to concen- trate a large and irresistible army at. this poiut Regiments are now arriving. The works on the south bunk of the Potomac are being well manned. The capital is safe '•...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 3 August 1861

fctorvrroB Missouri at different fa edtaneing «n Arkansai, with her to subjugation, and m— upon T«*M5 mo, ' y?BgaXA*, Gen. Ben. McCnlloti&fcaa in* toned Texas of the approaching rfsn|«, and ffyj her to prepare to-. meettne Inv. ^^BiaiAS, the Executive has latetody oftr- ifao the President oi the Confeddgfcta State*, (,0 Regiments of Texas Volunteers, to march upon the enemy in Missouri and Arkansas, de- . _ _ ward Chirk, Governor of the State of Texas, do is- iue this, mj Proclamation, to warn the people oi the coming danger, and to ask them to pre- pare to meet it. Xhe Volunteer Companies which are now organited, whether they are for twelve months or during the war, or whether they are Teady for Confederate or State service, must preserve their organizations, and drill as much as is in their power. _ Camps of instructisn have already been es- tablished throughout the State, which, if car- ried out in accordance with their designs, will form the best points for concentifeting th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 3 August 1861

•Voidjst thi W is mm j&ifcejpr of the ifiuie rii ««e8 m wree Alter a tr KO® a#^#tt';^ jgrry-M\ to >B amy o*b-* sh*t ed is trout fSSf tbe moulds we g£& stance fef. «*>« structure ot the ,«iw l' superiority for tceeittyg the tbe po*4er it*? wu$ timetr. : - j fejqrfjmu-nfa wete ear«ft Hy cowfia etrd obi rar«*ftftM>k Efee £ttt «a!**h«t i y it HfrWul inaHcstnan. 'The re-iiit is « Courier, published at,* ct>aspiracy.r state of alarm, terrible denotiment, tfctf ietifityof the rigitenc - e.>mmt£ tee Miat, there has been J i.scbvered all tire plot of this horrible affuir i svanty-six man. whose uatul westufl " Tie con'essions obtained fro* -ene of tiieM, questioned separately, de -- te without ajdoubt. ib;tt ati huuaeBjjj. existed, bartoe; ,or & a 6en" insurrection of the negiow., the massacre the white men and the violation of the wo- Hirhfi to eominenoe stnmii the iiuhahi atitifr of Fake point. Alter !>av u<r killed th- whites, other negroes were to b-' obl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 August 1861

-v •Ml HI- a* r^r- !J^I. |r<i«a rta- t. i vp; a | witty* ***. tf> f# j 3,* ) J 2>«< &«jlh m** i i!«e_ tsi !&* }*■ !«** f obaslxb D VOL. 18, ?&w t M.. V a t rj'1'' es± THE ATROCIOUS MRS8A.GE OF PEESIDBNT LtNeOtNi. i . - , „ .?*• H«*W of tW 19th contains The unscrcfepulotH Cheif Magistrate who j twt details of the foreign intelligence by the 0Ter the destinies of the United States, | it«Wl>hp City of Baltimore: t L thirty convieted himself, out of his own **®|koaae of oipamons, on the 3d ofjune, Lafh- and' bJ his owa avowels* of the wowt lo™ f«h enton announced the death ot admi- «1IESS Ol ^'bioh he accuses his Southern cue-, ral Sir Richard Dundas, one* of the lords of the mie* ' By *hat "?ht doe8 ^ **** Jeffet80n ! dmiralQr, and pud an eloquent tribute to bib n«7{3 and the leaders of the secession more memory. ent -fraitora ? If by bo other than that j A motion of the withdrawal of the grant to a,, have taken up arms unlawfully, as he al- ; the catholic co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 August 1861

Jill mm giggi i while the firirand ced Id. The aaleeoa 000, the market, 21.-*' -The UB on Saturday Niw Mk, portion of M ; H I '1:1 h i ii *&. m , Av0M 1.—Napoleon and a nuit left toWgf&ing'oft to-^ay, ►ving prineeas Clothilda e d- - other ladiea •' b* e. * ' *' ■ •■ , Cairo, August 2.—Scouts report the South- erner at New Madrid, well armed and drilled. They have two regirr-e«t of cavalry and five batteries. Geo. pillow commands He has * isootd a proclamation promising to drive the invadersfrom Missouri. . t Scouts also reports Jeff. Thompson SO mike south of Bird's Point with five thousand Con- federates. ' ' ;j W^smtfcwoN. July 81.—Banks is strongly posted at Harper's Ferry. Nothing known of - tb Suuthern movements in thar vicinity. The oftt-ets of the Fire Zouaves and ew York 79th ti regiment are resigning. The President calls v on New i ersey for three regiments. Scott had thirteen trovernment employees arrested. Met ;le llan prohibits officers ar.d soldiers from leaving...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 August 1861

IVICK. ftawl 1Tnr"i v" i j. g, Jokaaoa, V®., 4 111 i B.1 I*e, OMrthjv U. a A. Mai- ®««-**• riml^oul Amy- L D. A. Twiggs, Oik., Brig. Q&ural U. S. A g. L. Polk.La., Episcopal Bishop of I*. Brig. Oma> In Provisional Army. , 1; P. G. T. Beauregard, La. Gap* Efegfa U. 8 A- !'' 2. Braxton Bragg, La. Capt. Artillery U. S A. | } H t- S. M. L. Bonham, S. C. Congressman from S C. • ; i 4. John B. Floyd, Va., U. S. Secretary of War- 5. Ben McCulloch, Texas, Major Texas Rangers. 6 W. H. T. Walker, La., Lieut. Col. Inft., V. S A. 7. Henry A. Wise, Va., late Governor of Virginia. 8. H. R- Jackson, Ga., late Minister to Austria. 9. Bernard E. Bee, S. 0., Capt. Infantry U. S. A. : Rt. Nat. G. Evans, S. C., Maj. Infantry U. S. A. 11. John B. Magruder, Va., Maj. Infantry U.S.A. 1J. VVm. J Hardee, Ga., Lieut. Col. Caval- ry. V. j*. A. . 13. Ben. Hager, S. C-, Maj. Ordnance, U. S. A. 14. Robt.-t^( Oarnett, Va., Maj. Infantry, V. ?. A. T!-fre have been other appointments made, but they are not y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 August 1861

WW mm «' «• ¥. of. Oowiveti- taid on the dsmrable, bat writes of the tOM«f period ierieao thsasstas the impoa< ▼8, li- the itu- s6ht com- at to n ^ is aotoal tfceiecurity end ted States that ; I; this country,now ol m- the bittern seceded tad none of state of war, i iHifri(tiHii1> Slid bloodied shell make arrange- ments ivpossible; that'ihs nectary conse- ofsueh tWwould be the rum of tisane in the States now other portions of the ]n any way responsi- _ 'now commenced in oar anfurtanate eataitry, that the calm patriot- " tariattFaobir ihasou of the American people may yet decide, upon honorable terms, the ex. uL troubles; and that civil war, if persisted 'inj and pursued'with the malignity which al characterises such conflicts, will only ter- mutate in an overwhelming indebtedness, Dub- ' liu aud private, without benefitting either or' the parties to this uuhappy controversy. aud in a military despotism, under which the liberties ol the people will be disregarded^nd the butch- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 August 1861

Mi ;V •3- i«4 nift ■tedftu ■*r tf i IK rH; «'-• llli' iiflfc' ja V-*? i? 7. *L' . i^ ;K t: n-: - CHARLSB DalCOft*B, „•:«; '■• c#' our *DI TOR AND P: VOL CL . orTRTH BR PARTICULARS OP THE BATTLE OF MANASSAS. O^JohMton—Boaurega ^"SSSSj Particular Description of the Localities-.- | *VT tmDortant Order Miscarried-- Its Un- j trtwto Results—-Maj. Elmey—The Qa1- j {T_t 7th and 8th—Particular* of their At- tempt to tak® Sherman ■ Battery. Army or the Potomac, ) Manassas,July 22, 1861. \ Yesterday, the 21st day cf July. 1861, a great battle"wis fought,and a srreat victory won bv the Confederate troops. Heaven smiled on ! 0*QT armSi and the God of Battles crowned our bacr.ers with launM* of glory. Let every pat- riotic heart gi*e thanks to the Lord of hosts lor the victory He has given His people, on Uis own hnly lay, the blessed Sabbath. Gen. Johnston had arrived the preceding d,® with about half of the force ho had detail- j ed from Winchester, and was tha senior officcr j in command. He m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 August 1861

IfliS p - ^ F.* • T t. .. ^ • I #! " Si 11 ! !Ml- 1 l! ■ iff ii-i ■J'*#* \ r f >r ,|!' I fe '1 P I* ii s-'/' .M.- :*T inpmate hate fc adjoarn this waek. I kitid&B 8ooate's tariff 'ifabm-Jit killed, wood Om altff 8 per cent. Mitt on AIT dMfeoratBfbfcdHowthern men op. only including Co*, W«bb, Morris, >'u$ent, Pendleton, Va! ^ffa^ffato *nd White1, Obioang - Cravens. POlniaa, Lane and Voorhies, Indiana ; Rich -1 ardson nd Kob: raon, Illinoimtn^. '■ ' I *" The Stenate adopted the amendment to the '; ffcriff bill, increasing the present tariff ten per lentv and charging ten per eent. on the free %fet* : was opposed 'by seven mem ' iw. ■ "*r-! *'•' "•* In the House, the biU appropriating a mil lion a: d a quarter of dollare ft r twelve tight- .%4t aght swift steamers passed. (a the Sebate. bill prohibiting the sale of in<#tic^|igff" iSjuors to the army, pas- The hjHKbr punishing rascally contractors bill has passed by 22 to 18. - WaaflffwoTOii, Aug. 2.—Sir. Cameron, Se- creta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 August 1861

fcfc fpP;' :-<<n <r'? ."■*-•• , 'm £ - ■ ■ f ^ * * / * T' * ' '* ;.'/ -y "■•; ?-.; :f - •"•' *•:.• *1'" .• *•>•";/ • ; 4 :v ,l--. ;f,:. >:• :" j; r, oi *# tfc« a btir 'PW' . . a:iMMM«i 1°™ «om® forttttoatioM Mikf &* ky ww troops, while ..session, which have doubtless been 'heni^J the enemy sinw thoy haTe oc- ,'^in battle was iou^ht near the Stone JL over Bull Creole. Orr amy, like Out Senemv, was seriously engaged on the ML The forces of the centre and right skir- • I ,A heavi'v, but did not close. The enemy ®5 their'stuck on the left. Gen. Johnson winded there only firteeu thousand men ; enemy bri>u{rht thirty-five thousand opon ® . .. jt jg Obvious that 'heir plan was to force kieft and then attack the centre and the 2J,t from the tank. Their troops elsewhere ited tor this event, wh" ch never transpired _ *U'm.1 . ♦' i\ltp iturn nrmv worn An Tht* only one-third of our own army were en- - the battle, and under great odds.— f&ll did they meet them. Neither ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 August 1861

.'-v../' ••• & has met' who give Richmond gentleman froro Atex- e following inforraa- 5 I. r ;] |i * a; i.j From tbe U .S. Army Regulations the follow&g is corned, Mtd m lit may be of aome benefit • statement of; we ^mblfeli it. JT ol ship Good dance with tkfrR^i perilous patwagjeexpanded fooliahly Dosqrt, bj the crew of Oairtaon Flags. GktoU Hope was seised otf; Art. 1.—Paragraph 1,868. The garrison pirates, who,1 alter dimuant- ! flajf the national flag It is made of bunt tketqnel, lauded the ; jnR tftny-eix foot. fly, and twenty i'eet hoist, &£±52*;ISUS"iyMM**T(.<.«! ,'v,reuwt . ° fK* l not bine was needed but a uiar.h forward- - red. In the upper quarter. next to tbe start, 6 - . . I *>y i mi d crow, •The nati uess, betthej eoAmd mack gfato weakness, and privatiove. Oapt Cooke narrates this *-tt>rv ot thepawage through the dttert. - "Wf i We .Were tamed ashore through the serf, {^4 d pawed the night on the beaeh. in ahar.ee of so&ue Arabs, who, banner no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 28 September 1861

h rssffrmtrs r* i rt m CHARLES 101, 18, CL4RKSVILLR, II I! II RITE 8 (J 0 U N TV, TEX IS, S EP 1861; TUB FIRING OF TH K Ot N FEDERATE ARTITJ.EKV. TO THE VOTERS OK TUB SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT OK TI1K STATE OF TEXAS. A com*Hjton«ient of tne X. V Tribune, (one of the Se' eut•' ninth li-giiiient,) describing the lute battle, i'.' nurl:,s: Fir-t ol All. we observed what lmd been itll day concede I - tlic deadly Accuracy of ll e'Oonfederate arti'lery Scarce.a shot failed to hi ing down 'toiCongre^ hone man or gun-carriage. At) one regiment—I [ lore pre. It ought to lie a canny of congratulation to every good man that there are now no great political questions at issue, none ol a character. I desire the honor of representing yon in the ; of the Confederate States; I have there ented myself us a candidate for that posi' causa think the Brooklyn 1 UIt --was advancing to tbe|tion. ciiurge a .shot from a rilled cannon brought down the tiHtr, color guard and all. It was seized in- pi i fit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 28 September 1861

wmmmm fr*:' > HaU, etc. BOOH* K'P'S* •• • ■ ■. .v ivmi tRmsitms 6k 00f roe ni GOODS! MVMMV THE NICEST fresh stock oi I2>T<3- 'GOODS, (in jOHt now receiving, careful h •stated by pergonal inspection. iWBW home of t.V e moat sufierb ns tor drewea, ami TUM> of everjrU^u^de«ir%ble for MEDICAL CARLlS J U. BALL, y ■ D. t. r. Uix>K M. D H —* <3*>V«s. VTttMfR, Triimniugo. ^ B&ee, etc. etc Enibroid'4 Lawn* &. Hosiery, 4c. men, CL01HIN0, DRR. BALL & HOOKS, AVINQ aneooiated themselves together in the praru'ee of Medicine and Surtjeiy. te;..ier liioir prote^-Miial gervictw to the ckizeus of Boaton f iiul surrounding oountry. Thevhopeto merit the j>ntronage of their friends. The attention of both will l>e given in all cased when neotwuary without additional charge. lattice oi the Bouth-efl«t coruex ot tiie public -inure next, door to Messrs Pirkey & Estes. Boti.tu. TVxtU. April 2d, '01. no. 12::t>mow. bE. JAS. T- KING, ITAVING located in CLAKKSVILLE....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 28 September 1861

mr'jtw? ' vv ■ rtwi ^ ••• ..fi y- W® e*# £p- ''. t-r* v HJ . fwM, >>«•/ an *as- *t*M|i satdWf'?^ t wHtert^pl- eovjNNty, and one ' is uoknoWD. ._A\1lMt 'ill,—A Bustler to day from Loan, ices. Ykey repot • and sent Laieyetto V^-^Tbe Vgialahire pas p.tbe 1vDn©«M?w) invader*. 1m IXpeUed. It MH rtf *®e t Kentucky only to luilky. It iinappoifitd Gen. tbioOeburlaod de p*otatims wblth providta of |>rtp<utjr «U1 be made, tbo Saver or to apjioiut Tboa anden to ocdusmsI the Slate ctroops fiir apeak pg against the above ■yeBwt4tg'B Louisville Jour Courier fc s been suppressed, i waacroaarg llolliug Flat* w th ~*"L morwjg, hat not fancying iHafiia oounty boya, sud he «eq •at-Uufcret* vary short line pf. xv.—via New Orleana— of Yankee effect* ia going on nearly a h*lf million in the past ew days* T^e repot* of Lee's capture o! Key- olda «u telegraphed to Got. Letcher,, awl rest MTQiCffVmih the Governor rcgardod ai> eliable— aubeuioent intelligence don't sustain the capture. Nothing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 28 September 1861

mt .A. jL<Jk£:CfMmr#*- # - * m r««<l- h . f 111* - The lliil.i • • lit •■ ,'f.. 1 li> • o I. .*'.)' ill oil tu:la- VVI: \ VV t.- i-. — ijiii'i- rav. I m u! • ' j." • . Hi ' . 'iv li . < O lys ot ii 'OK •- i tlir ■ ■.'<'! . I . ♦rin. n. \lt .« SiliUi , were tii.a \8 11 l!l| J y 111! I • ■ f - t' < -V -rific :, tin I'll u. C.l 10 jclil.C • . I.i.4 Ml 111 iji.1 i'f 8 iheit u*. !>;«-- or.'' t triui- " • to n unit -C'.IU uli.iM. bg ) ri - i tiit mo in beii.g 4mtrr- Mllllfc every W I it'll i [in ay ' hcv Vlll'il llltt HViib- • it oil e % u oir* "Ntin- bum I'OX, llgilt Wltf T; w - : v.-( ■ hit.: pi.r;i- liOMIil ;i !< t.H *' 1 tc ig 0!) II VVI frcsk it tin utioi , a id us it r pro to i)< lentyi bat'K .• vvl.c iii' v(i li lllli K'liK? r U4 w ur I i lOff re.'.tj peo- u:lics ridei vhiol "I'C i< ill o; i the , d to t th* ><■ ■ lit! 1~ irjint war/ Co. KIT Ft! son) i M'l.l iort ii com r.ier, ii .'lit- liigh- ■" v j. ._> 11 !'-'l t >tpll, 11 he- lend 'rry-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 October 1861

I— 10*1 *M o • «*•« • *' m -mm*r pp V/J '1li.II i .Vtm~ n| t\r,.r- ! Ill !U- In, L •io F mi i",.' h hi |i !.y ica- | t'X- ■iii I r-vtJ ll'ilh I iiuii -«• i i- |-u. i j"1; |u: •y n ii-ve I ■ 1' nia il.lS Ilpe- U'll I will laud lu cd I'I IT. Toli- ln li- lt or in- to rely rea- |d at tf PB ex- |iers >i a |cal, is a tien- ItioD the to >L 10 : lit I d "'g thy CHA HLEZ 101, 18, TO THE VOTERS OK TIIE 1 U LONG SHALL OUR HAN'NUR BRAVE THE BREEZE—THE STANDARD OF THE FREE EDITOR * al—&lj. E MORSE, OURKSVILLI, RKII RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, 0CT.5TH, 1861. SIXTH COXdJtl'^IoVAL DISTRICT tii K STATK OK TEXAS. I d'-ire the honor of representing you in the r.,' of the I -onU'dfHti' Si.it. • ; [ have there- (<>'• • invh« H i-' a fin didate for tli«(. posi- i mil. It ought to he a ohms'" nl congratulation to cvftv it'xcl mi.'iii flint tliTe are now 110 great } oiit'fd! i|iu'stioiirt Ht issue, none ol a character, t > provoke discussion I lie people are no absorbed. and properly too. in t...

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