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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 6 September 1862

THE ST km s i A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN ■ J QHRJf AX. . fit%• i rem private or I'c3';or; e ;..«] ? :aen }j erranyed til! busing ?a ■■ *'' must^-rec if !..i CLAEKSYtLLil; y> SATUKPAY SKPTK35 B fcili 0,]i£b2. ^ i t' - L *„*&* ttubieHptlca^ Advance, AUKLxcy/ ra.we learii that 31 aj- jd riiehraoad ■s connected > the service at lion bis Arrival John JR. .Wooldriu^o'K^t^., is my author! agent, during my auebce irvm Lou e,i Tor i&nsuction ol all business. -ClfcAJiLES OiJItj- CJarksvlIle Jury2$:;t lh>*/, tkxf" V\ e hat r'Hiigiji'i iijiy ,m cf meeting, CoL M it I?JV. f' V j'-S • fc:f|i|;UQ 'i >J< heron -on 11 ill! r->■ i(.r. borne from the army. V T•; are in l:b&:iiiio bim for late and reliable ir f> nna'ion lV.r«nj Arkar^as Adequate camps of ir>i?aet"o f' hay#- be-jn established and every etfVrt is htdny;_ -ilmao *<■ put that division of the srmy, v).-;u f\ - b- j)or-.«ibk' footing Appcarar.e s indjtp.t*4 ■' n : Jy fotiard movement: <a'?d the tf«' nib...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 September 1862

CHARLES Ba MOUSE, "vol 10. AMBROTYPE EOOMS! fl J- ii h ! ! V J Sf ?i £ II 11 f1 IF T \ i YMATiu _ gety-r. mar ked Mr E. T. I>IJDLf>Y, ha* just r<-faired a new !thc cLsruetcr oi suppSv of<-AMRRt>Tb[ PE stock and is prepared to \vs it on 'tbofe wiihTng picture. P. S. Call soon, as I Lellong to Goulds Regi- men?. _ ROOM OVER DALE & HARRY^S STOKE. adminiViators notice. I was appointed administrator of the «Mnte...ofj me rn'Sicy after the successful) will he ".-e -sugpose. beeau- <- payable six months s-ue'i ais-rtinas e;?' r.rhlif ii'i.uisce, and t or \u-tr;}'y a UC: ire piirro. c- >ii rtx ©Mail It.- T. .JONES dec'd o^;12th day of .My. \j-of-the bouniry Th and nil |arsons having {claim* .gainst the e-trite are r •.♦died to pre-ent tliemwjth the time pray- - td hy and those indebted to the estate, wiH come forward and settle. sarah e. j^nes. Adm'rof R. T. August 25th 12^2, 1 (Nn20—4t«.) .♦ones. By iis peeling the ia< -itlit government bo m payrotmt «of cu. pea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 September 1862

f 1'BE IT ANDIB . r! . t " :=! A DS W ),j ft VTtC R3 PU U LI OAN JOtf & H A L. T in sj3<wr to nnr r'eipb hif-pi ft r !T:tvi r rfds |l br \ "i i u i.-i <■<* t! i from Hi*a4' : SATDjy^t SEPTEMBER M,I>62. s-s.oo AGKNCV. !• Jobr JR. WooIfirjVj;r- I'| ,4? my auUjioriizpdJ my absence Ircm bob e,- for t.jLr I tan; action oi ail business. i ! . CHARLES DlMOK<K Olarfcrilie Jn'y Sjfst I HiY\ Bv.t wh?-ne-"i r *ay tie lever; -?n;-t fhe•«'.). |tr frss of * 'ark to be fik-con _ fby this < v. • In - !;fi r r > ).! f.rdb'.; e -■ aa 1 = i;: c! In h:e ( iptTMnot 'l be opniP'1-1-'"-v MtsT.- to cat f •!"' f 0' i h:*V.- r ■> ;:;f ' ha ctfl • <d marnj ordn >s<a- bu*elh^ .//*' ' ■ ih< rakso^ «;::i b:: W rr: n t:ftTi tret-': ;m vi'.t rtc«jp| - v • I-'i rH >b-i tsrd e L : • r or it in- } had 0 re Goti fb J t"nnv.'i hhiviry; tibm/ r.p W /V J IV f/l'i:; • 1! iUlvjCt-U; " /" AI;liM;IO.N! Hoiffhgy ) BlC113lOKD^ -VA. Ahuppiy [v ^ y; i 24ih lbO-ii} i>KAH Standard:— "\...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 September 1862

fc;a-. 1 1.1 ■Iiljiwn m 'II I T nr~j- \ BE. T, P, IJEV Jil fla3 ne** lv 1 * -.led in^'a*fi* V«'-ou' ': I u> :.v u uisNAip* AT) MIT! LsTR ' TOlt> oun 1 rmn^.v.-- <• Ki:' h* Stcr ■ fi' - •■airing- li'C a- "!,f 1- H i- .ri ' \ f<« KIIP iviiV i:t f.il to <«.:■!■.'Oil f or i P ie - if' ii? .* i- . row nun % at i e rv:' i tin* Irug >%l; -j-fi !<U T'Ce, ,-e f >[Ci v — AM,D ■ Lr-vno"■ ¥*• 'i:! 11 i !' uao;a:! v, t ! I t?i \> t -( ,(? v ay or ia,;t'r, rails •r i -' >r yor at t > i -o. his ret-iuerico vU:fc,*X)ce *Ui ic -1 XV.d • ■>'P 3 an^iomfi J NESil persons i to pr ced jjby law, and •, aeao. «V:ird am. Ar.*ru;t *2Stb ! egmjinistr^ r:'d on l'iih avi gailaimsr A T3 U %jj a. &.«+ i h i vvni'jf loe <?•! i ■* ' >ara- i ■. u.iiu J&Iir<la:u. e, pr j l- of '• ••- e- i s, t,..i SO Li K V- X jch, in r.'iu." it '• i;£ o( W/Ii-.iiCDj <y ■!■ f The rstgneM ->vr-'0 e <>; t vd to t'JUrif car t iiion/ Slii' j v? !Uf, K'fij he' estate o' i.y ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 September 1862

-=• --,t" J rc??r p'-ra' ';. ""!-"• %• : | i i ? v ir> f\>\ t f- -:«* * f^lC *'A* tW% Irlif* EATJt; ;.ill£iiCiS r,;..,on „nt ifrh*A^«r iwn b* SATtiilAy . SU TFJTSfe ^'iSp,. J , |HS * f | r-t"-v/|- f -fK|'sr *' "i-Int.r cf jr • 2P P* #vfe*erlt *lct t<- jad-;r rc , 1 ft'ioo A d l' ^ - "■r— tii, I Jiyfafi. tyo?V'.i>' t K '] ♦ *f r>'v trt-!hWH?c scwW daring ary *Wnw fr^m h«d*e, b|f t -t-acaattion of e-U'fcu«i?'r^ IIMIHRRIiHiPR# 1-. r "H <f * •';! *'-• r-y. r* >"! J. -f.fi "■'' brj ft -1 T:"' ■ r/!«)'• r-r; - 1,H'T.. o /" i" rtrt-iftift; & ..v.t '■•■ - •-ir.f'Kj -t : • sV, - ""! c-is i.lCS CfiSBtiilfii. *viHe Jn y 2U; .k' -t A <*i /■ f.) Xi'a. . A --!,'. ;?■ : To the Senate and j, it. «.• c / M ! j*- - ...; : , ; ' 4- ** * vj vi Fr' " .?v *•>, </ tit -, ii/lj't is cprin our ftjrn r < i' f^ei for. p?ec*6at ) •/«.«. v M , 1 - .*p ' • ". ' ' • t-!*:- >.r,'i'r- no f CU n#?«!c-eat s'w {• • -i<« -• w «£are wnujs .** • - is i*. vo.He i !•: a'oe'-oUitjt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 September 1862

H * CHARLES DeMORSB, LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE—THE STANDARD OP THE FBSB. n>mi * pitopsnro.. f H ! 101/. in. CMRKSVIUE, RED RIPER COFSTT,- TBIIS SEPTEMBRI 27, 18 6 2. M. 32. 1)2. T, P, Itisvca Ha- permanently I;ale« 1 inLlarksvillt! and will he d'triusf thjeiday at hi? otiiee at tin- I Ttt'g Stnr : and duriujt&be night at his residence.— Hp j< meptiml t4f; Practice "? >U jEH V ill all their bfftnche A DM [>' I i-Sff'KATOIiS NOTICE. 1 was- appointed administrator of the estate of R T. J! >NES dec'd on 12th day of July 1802, pr.d all persons having claims against the estate vfEPICl N^E A N 1> j are notified to prestjnt thewnvith the time prescrib- s.and will he readvjeed by iuv\, and thoee indebted to the estate, will Head Qrs. Texas Regiment of Detachments Washington, Ark., September 11th 1802. to i it cii Buffering humanity, uay or mgit, ram oi h "lie. O.- ]<«-* le't at *.? Drue Stors, or at hi.-? reafdern.-p w ill he jTOinpil' Cl.irkovillc, i f....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 September 1862

TUB 8T A (I DAM). OORNAl^ -—■— «dj^f§r " A WMOCftATTC B1FUBLI CAN CLABKS SATI BDAY SEPTE AGENCY. Join H.WooWvidpe Esq., h my #ufhM4ze<r sgenVduricg rot abwoce from home, for th- transaction of all business. CHARLES DrMOKSE OlwrlciwilJe .July 21st 1S6?. ^ FORT McCuLLm^u, (1HO<;TA\V NATION, ) July Hf! IK62. j —As a private citizcn of Arkansas hav inif a wiloarWI children in Little Rbfek.fcbonir' myself happily beyond the reach of tpe Pro- test Marshal, who holds! the liberty and liv« - of citizens in the hollow of his hand, i tnvok the attention of the Magistrate of the Cntifed er icy, solemnly sworn to preserve, protect an defend the constitution and the laws, to th order* which I enclose, of Major Gen Hind mans, commanding; the Tfans Mississippi His trict." I misht well do sO in my military ca paeity, sirce I have some time been in com maud of the Indian country, created a milita- ry department, in November last, but bow ;; part of that district; because I may well ai- prehend...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 October 1862

CHARLES DeMOESE, LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE—THE STANDARD OF THE FREE EDITOR & FBOPKIETO. VOL. 19, CMRESHLIB, 189 RIHR tOUSTf, fiiSS OCTOB lid 4T II, 1862. UK. 33. jm dr. t, f, devor ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. I wo** appointed administrator of the estate of' Has permanently located inClarksville and will R -y j->NES <lee:-l on 12th day of July 1802, : be toun I during the day at his office at the Drug Rud a!] having claims r.gainst- the estate ; ^•tore: and during; the night at his re«idei:ce. ,ire notified to pre-ent theipwith the time prescrih- ' He i« soared to "Practice MEDICINE AND ced by litv,>{ind tl^se mdebted to the estate, will ——i—a——a——jj—am——i $Iead Qrs. Texas Regiment ) of Detachments Washington, v Ark., September 11th 1802. J SEWARD SNUBBED. £?URGERY in all their branches, and will he ready to wait on suffering humanity, day or night, rain or fl ine. j Orfl'Ts le~'t at the Dm<r Store, or at his residence will, l e promptly attended to. Clarksvil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 October 1862

[■- •*) TDK STAND ARB. A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL. SVILLE: OLAR 8ATURDA.Y OCTOBER. 4th, 1«62. taiifaiM, 93,oo X Monroe, La., , Sept. 24th 1862. Dear Standahd:—Arrived here night before last, with a lot of Ordnance stores, tenlts etc, for which 1 am endeavoring to psocure tmns- portal ion. Par* of the arms for the 29th, which started with me from Oo'uinbus, were left at Meridian, and * went the messenger Irom the Arsenal back af'er them from Jackson taking charge of the storey icksburg, from which place we took them £pj|^the rivrby steamer, and h v£ all here now. Capt. Mc- Masters remain# at Vicksburg to receive the arms, part ol which doubtless arrived en Sun- day, and the remainder will be arriving all this week. 1 shall forward from this place as last as practicable. The Post Quarter Master tells me he will send off part, day after toinor-, row. Geti. Waul will probably turn over to us ten uago* a and teams out of the trains which ac- companied his Legion from tbe west. •Maj....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 October 1862

a —T STAT^A ??I> OF THT! FPUI!. O SHALL, OUR BANNER EUA^ CHARLES De IffOBSE C L i R S S VI Li agsarwi^rf* DITOH & > l;OPRIBT0*. SHS 0 Cf OB Ell 18TB, 1862. ^V.T>^TE^"riSX2ST - TEl/* TES Tw ^ doMar? per Square often lines for firs; r* fr- tirc ; nd on dollar tor each additional ins*"r ion ot" A;' a-i-tteement. - . ' No adrertisement, of whatever brevity, inserts f r!ia* tKan o i> dollar * <'hiiuiry notice?? in-erted as advertiser) ent , ai t . rt*qu;red in advance ~ BITTTP, BEVOR (fas pennant.'nlv located in' Jarksville and will >!<• ?<nmd durin^tue duv at'hi? ofii-e at the Drug and during the ni^ht at h> residence.-— 1! is ro.epnred to Practice MEDICINE ANL ('KOKkV in all'their branches, and will l e r-acy „ wait on suffering humanity, day or night, ^ain r hie. . < 'rders le't at the "Drug Store, or at his residence w i!.[c promptly attended to. ; :i;i;kKviii€, December 1st, 1801. Ko ESTRAY NOTICE. ^ Kmiceifr hereby piveiijthat H. J.Vfonl low TO mil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 October 1862

jh 'IDE 81 A M A KII. A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL. CLARKSVILLB: SATURDAY OCTOiER," isth. Part of the shot guns, and o o«t of the aooou- ; trements will start this evening by the Cup, | and wiil be attended to until they get to darks- j viile. Frum Mobile here it is 21J hours trip by the < ars The last part of the way is a black land prairie country, usually heavily proiue- 18G2. • &ucrli>tuaib Adv<.uc«, >4,00 Ho p<p rs will be issued hereafter from tbia office, to any peraou m arrears for sub enptiou iif ' ~ t* " try, usually heavtiy prolac- serious ly affected by drought Washington , Columbus, Mis>. f Sept. iltii LXijJ. J Dlau Standard:— 2tjy last wad liom this place, but its contents Lad relation mostly to Richmond. Leaving Kiciiuonri oo the loornieg of the od,t;ap Aie Masters, uiysefi, and two otner iexas geniie -men on military busiuc&s, came to Lj noli burg that night; and remained there, tfco day s.-- Unce again i had a *OL>g ling_r;ug ioos a: ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 1 November 1862

T CHARLES DeMOESB, LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE—THE STAND&RD OP THE FREE. EDITOR A ^OPRrere, vol. 19. UltiSIfLLK, RED RIVER COUNTY, fIXH NOVEMBER 1ST 1852. SO. 37. CANCER CUBED! , iWaSK s ara, h--— /we No Pav; Treatment of the mitdffct character, witV.fmt u«e"of:he knife Pattonavili*', Lamar Coun ] BATTLE OF 8I1AKPSBURG. tj. Texae. Boa^f c n be bad on reasonable tenx'S AdHrest, T. X.< 'ox, Itn r'p of the New York Tribune. Battle of Shabpsburq, j Wednesday evening Sept. 17. J " HEAD QUARTERS, 2! TH TEXAS (fAVALKV 1 CT-1 KKHVI' I.K. jy T I K lc «2. i GENERAL ORDERS NO. 2. The battle beaan with the dawn. Morning found bo*b armies just fas they had slept, al- lm-st clcfc enough to look info jeach others fitself, with hir. right Impregnable with two and their Genera] away from the field. Mans [brigades o? Mansfield still fresh and comipg (field's were no belter. Sumner's command had • rapidly up, and wish his cectro a second time lo-t heavily, buitwo jof bis division ? w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 1 November 1862

TBS ST AA Dial). Cawp Nelson, Ark.., ) Oct. loth 1802. | . "* ! Ed. or Standaiw:— 1 1-IlirCBATJC FIl lFIJCAH JOBBNAl j When i left ClarksvUle, T promised Major —— ' - ] ] De M or so (who I presume is now in the tie id,) |to write occasionally a* *0 our movements. and OLABKSVILLE: SATURDAY NOvKVBKB I^T lvtf2. MNrtHiMla A4v«ao*, • a,oo Mo p«pcra will be Jaaucd hareaft r fxom this oflBc*, to any person la arrears for ttbtci p ton. The Conspiracy. The pin lately-developed in Cooke and Gray . the item- of interest relative to l itzhufrb's c? IKegiment I have delayed writing hitherto jbecause, when once initiated into the army j movement*, i mw there was too much irrespon- sible newspaper correspondence; because to have wptten ot things as iheV were tor the ipublic, woull have heed impolitic; mid 1 do | not believe th; t the fortunes of M ar make gross j fataeiioods public virtues. IJndet eucb eireum- t stance*. even in times oi wa*. 'The re s nothing -o becomes a man a« mod- ten has aiuc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 December 1862

CHARLES DeMORSS, LONG- SHALL OU?. BASE A 7 G TH~ Tiri vcl. 18. turksvilin The Foit I)oaa!son pnsdu^rs res dint in this Ccmty, long so anxiously expected} have pJ Icnjrtli arrived. The joy ot their re- turn, Vowever, was sobered by the concurred arnvTTof intelligence of fhe Iqss ot m«oy of tho vo'm-jr men of Red River, ifl the fight a? A Head Qus. TexasJJegtikxt of Detach men Ark., Sep^fmber 11th 18(32. j ot-eis thv.f v'C' o art ex'-ep ion ih ched 'lien belonging to C<i>ls. (jrcecr. sStulie, er'lor the purpose of collecting the "" AWp^cmj h: 1 * , , c, dent are notified horses. baid men are Locke, Johnson's ereoy re teas- tier, ted for ail ed from any father connection with ^tlljre |£e5! this command. All those belonging! " ° mar¥jSL-Iboyct to the regiment of Cols. Andrew'sJ Executrix ot w. n. Bo He tb-cees Voting, ( now Burks,) and j -! ,x «««' ! xj«irers^oi aaiir.nmp'a eir.iah Walker d!:c huviticnceu <r; sent from this command, are order- : undersigned b? !.). >■ Hon ed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 December 1862

\ 'The following, is the coneludihg paragraph will take these from you". - In truth the man j able to leave. Part of the enemy's camp equip-. the acknowie Igement of the North, their claim great of a letter, from the "London corespondent" of ,hat is man of courage and spirit | age are strewed about. A negro woman, and to the title olb<-avost of the brave, aanrps the N. Y. Times. j always baa been, and will be,the victor in whatjehild, we were told, had remained here ail the jsed by anything that Napoban's old Guard ev- | ever land the battle ground be placed* j time, taking care of the property. The fruitier did England expended, a undred years ago,money j Walled towns, stores and arsenals and armo-l trees are hanging full of Apples,Pears,Fetches) After the examination of the position of the hich I m ^ I rk8,sroodfy races of horses, chariots of war, ord-\& Damsons,to which we helped ourselves freely'<eiomy's left, we went ov-r to their right to see an existence. In a met w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 22 January 1863

1 CHARLES De MORSE, LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE—THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR CLJRKSFILLE, RED BITB ft COUNTY, IBUS J A S 0 A RJ21 1863. NO. 42. '?! | CONSCRIPT NOTICE. Dr. Lafayette Yates examining Surg'n of Con scripts applying for exemption on aecou nt ot disability will be in Clarksville on" Tuesday the! 20th of January '63 at Boston 22d, at Lin- den on the 24; at Jeffetsop on the 26d, at Mfc. Pleasant on the 28th, at Tarrant on the 30th and at Paris on the 1st of February X will1 in no instance fail to be at the above named places if possible to prevent it. The article heavy carpeting, suita-' applicants for exemption Will therefore in,case blankets, for *jale by 1 of failure on my part to b(j present at the time W. P. DICKSON &SON. j appointed remain from day to day untill arrive. A"PVB11 TISX3STO- BATES Two dollars per square often linesfor first inser* ajtA one dollar Tor each additional insertion o1 proent. f 7 ertisement. of whatever brev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 22 January 1863

X! Hil ST ANDARB A DEMOCRATIC EEPU2LICAN JOURNAL [ CTonldsboro' DeV^, 3:20 p m mont,. chief engineer, ou^ 'road has just arrived in | too.. He passed over the • river on a hand car, and | damages on the road in tw , over the Neuse in six or t Charleston Dec, 16.— ■8MWWIH -Col. File-! 'Ihe Herald intimates that the troubles in j Gcldsjjoho, Dec 15—A reconnoisaaee last ; I ii* or pool salt dry W3,'grj*s 5 V nounIs to &buihel the Wilmington rail-? the cabinet will involve the North in civil war [night; by a squadron of the 3d North Carolina j Solar salt ha* from 10 to 75 pounds to p buth- from Wilming- If Seward quit*, northern capitalits declare j caTa'ry' undet CapUln Carroway, found the , eV Home marde salt,, if dry,and whieh fe^Ksptu road to Neuse they will withhold their support from the j enemy encamped abiut 3 miles below White-j gy Irbeu pressed m the hand will vt^h 54 enti _ ■ « , , . ^ ^ he ca^xrepair all the administration. „ j hall. The citizens represent them as scared...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 31 January 1863

m H .. p first meer" ertiontr dare of teal for e&cli md of whatever f inverted a? inserted ement", aid ELAN suita- e carpeting, • tcfrmm A rc&soN&so '40 LOITG SEAIT. OUR Bfi-NNES BRAAE THE BREEZE-- THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR {LMtlStlHE, SE0 RIVES CODHfV, THiiS jllTOU? 31. 1863. NO. 43. CONSCRIPT NOTICE. Dr. Lafayette Yates examining Surg'n of Con Scripts! applying fur exemption on. account cl disability, will be in Cjlarksville on Tuesday the 20th of January *6Sj;-at Boston 22d;at Lin-- den on the 24; at Jeffeison on the 2Gth;at Mt. Pleasant, on the 28th; at Tarrant on the oOih: and at Paris on the 1st of February. I will in no instance fail to be at the above places if possible to prevent it. The iapplic^nts lor exemption will therefore in case of failure on my part to be present at the time appointed remain from day to day until I arrive LAFAYETTE YATES tCADEMY, the Clarksville Institute will com jrs( of t>ctobcr and con , weeks; Under the sup...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 31 January 1863

THE ST AN BAR I) A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL OLARKSVILLH: SATURDAY JANUARY 31, 1S62. f upper t ' ~ ' . | The French Minister at Washington, it is The Miiitia act Calls out all free white male; ?aid, openly states that during this month bis perrons, whether temporarily or permanently government wi.l mediate in favor of the South. residing in the State between the jages of 17,; The Herald say? that this assertion, ijf true, pats and 50, except th|o?e physically or mentally jail doubt upon that question at ah end. It .disqualified, It ^icepts especially), the mem-,cot siders tho present a moment of great peril j hers cf the legislature and of the Judiciary to the country. I and Administrative Department of l.he Govern- j Mobile, uan. 8.—A spoes&l dispatch to the | men', both State ajr.d Confederate Clergymen, j Advertiser and Register, dated Chattanooga, !in the discharse oi"their dutv, and physicians Jan. «th saVs, that Gen. Bragg made a speech • _ ~ 1 . . , I . 1 t I .1 " . *...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 February 1863

v* x;J. J CHARLES Be MORSE, LONG SHALL our banner brave the breeze—the standard of the free. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR AOL. 19, CLARKSViLLB, RED RIVER COUNTY, TBIAS FEBRUARY 7, 1863. NO. 4 4. adve bti s inq- rates Two dollars per square of temlinesfor first inser" lion, and one dollar'fur each additional insertion of Advertisement. No advertisement, of whatever brevity, ipserte# orle« than one dollar Ol>iitt%ry notices inserted a? advertisements, atd pay required in advance saddle blankets. Avery superior article heavy carpeting ble for saddle blankets, for pale l y W. P. DICKSON & SON Clarksville, Dec. 29th 1802. * euita- CLARKSVILLE mat.-b and female academy. The next session of the Clarksvilla _#f^^Mal«, and F«jroalo Institute will com ^■^■mence on the first ot' October and cou tinue 40 weeks, under the eupermten. dance ofthe Rev. John Anderson I rin ipal, and the former teachers. . , For terms Jcc., apply to the undersigned at Clarksville. Julv 8th T862. to the unuersigncu ...

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