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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 February 1863

AN BARB T If: soldiers ui tli"- V aired .Stales 1-4-0 beou j authorities oi Invited and encouraged by gcuijr&l urder* t-> fed eraey I EitOCRATIC REPUBLICAN ffQfRSAL 'ferent 'Staler ■ oi C 3L> A RK SVILLE: SATURDAY FEBRiiAKV 7, tffeh insult ami outrage the wive;;, t.| c met .expand (the sfeicrs of our citUen.i. :] . Helpless women hixvu been torn from their I homes and subjected! to solitary' jjeonf nement, 1! some in fortresses, ami prisons, afetl -oae espe (daily, on an Island Orbarren jgatid, under a [tropical >un. hav£ been fed wjith los.thesotnefand sixty two *r,Ko papers will be Issued irom tiiJa ofHco, to tny person la arrears io | Knbicrlption. By the President of the Confederate States. . APltOCLATION f rations that had been condemned as unlit lor 7 isoldiers, and have .been exposed to the vilest fcetesffecr! intuits. to the n agrie- utole, confine- Whereas, a communication was addrenscd '•n the Bth day of July last, 1S62, by Gen. bor with ball and chain. jrs of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 February 1863

1 n mm CHABLES De MOBSE, IClxG- SHA1 L EFAVE THE BREEZE—THE STANDARD OP THE FZJEE. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR m. is, CLARSSl'ILL8, BSD RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS FEBRC1RV 14. 1863. N 8. 4 5. t — ' _A. I5"V]E3!R1TXSI3SrO K A.TB3 Tw> per square often lincsfor first inser- tion, nasi oui dollar for each additional iu3?rtion of A'ivsrtiwmenr. j No advertisement, of whatever brevity, insertrO !©rS«n th.m one dollw Obitutry aotices inserted a? advertisement", aid p.ij requir«' i in advance saddle blankets. A i-cry superior article heavy carpeting, suita- j\. Me for «4 Idle blanket.", for '•ale by W. P. DICKSON & SON. Clarke vi lie,* Dec. 20th 1302. ,_j_ CLAR^SVXLLE J6&ALH AND FBBaALE ACADEMJ, i be next session of the LlirKSftlte jjfg^Male, and Female Institute will coin *nSfiHmcnce oa the first of October <and con iim-.c 40 weeks, under tb« superintdrt- diipce ofthe Rev. John .Anderson Prin ifjal, and the former teachers. For terms &c., apply to the undersigned at" Clarksvilie. JO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 February 1863

roe ST A NBA 60 A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL O Xj .A. 1R, HI S "V ILLE: SATURDAY FEBRUARY , 14 1*63. tt&T No papers will /rem this office, to coy •rbrcrfn tion. b issued hereaft< r person in . arrears fo ade in'the most forcible manner by reheated! It seems to me proper to give you the infor- in the commission of these crimes, and shall. more if more be necessary to provide tbe gov- official complaints of the sane which could not' nation, aod although no immediate results may direct their discharge and return to their homes ? ernment with means for ensuring the comfort possibly affect their interests if their prctcn-!^e attained, it is well that truth should be oil the proper and ususl parole. I of its defenders ? If our enemies submit to ded blockade was sufficient' really to prevent! reserved and recorded. It is well that those j In its political aspect, this measure po?ess- an excise an every commodity they produce d - ! who are to follow cs should understand the jes gr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 February 1863

IN 1 CHARLES De MORSE, LONG SHiHI. OCR BANKER BEATS THE BREEZE - THE STANDARD OP THE PREli. EDfTt>R& PROPRIETOR VOL. 19, CLlMSViLLJ W RIfVER COUNTY, TEXAS FEBRUARY 21, 1863. N O. 4 6. Jk.T> -VUETISINQ KA.TES Two dollars per square of ten]linesfor first mser- '<ion, and one dollar l'or each .additional, insertion uf AdvertisMnpnt. No advertisement, of whatever brevity, insert*# nrles* thaatw o dol'ars Obituary notice? inserted a? advertisement0, aid 'pny required in advance SADDLlj: BLANKETS. A \ tv superior article l eavv carpeting, ehita- iV. hie for saddle blanket, for rale bv W\ P T)tCKSOX\v SON. Clark-riMe. !*t.'2i>t&;l8«e.: . PRESIDENTSMESSAGE—CONCLrDED. | as to render it.in ray opinio* incompatible with The legislation of your lust session intended , public interest that they should be published o. <L i5. i\ to hasten the funding- of notes has proved benefiei returns annexed to the re of the treasury. But it \v prompt nor far reaching tent of the evil. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 February 1863

OB IT A Hi BAR D A 1 I JTf (1/1IC rPI t rXTfkN'J0I F5AL glakks ville: SATURDAY FEBRUARY , 21 1R68. <Jcd. tin resfins* within two hlimdred the Abolition pickets. actively engaged .the enemy e massing his troOps in a siron Byrne's battery of seven pic ! Kentucky battery were very actively ensjaged pn th ' " * 1 ' 1 - but the casualties oni yari Our Hght was mcentratin position: C ces (W 6 icam of.ful. to-dav journed to over the line. This plan would give about five hundred would not cost the' state a sum exceeding 000 per anum about on* fourth of what lor wo papers "V7iil t icmitbis cfiice, to any tvtacrin Uo«- b issued hereafter person in ?riears fo i rt in flu* y.itrjtci>lA ;-tj £(b'l £%rlmt Jan *2.(1 li ATTLE OF >! TRFREESBORO. BY ANDERSON. during the afternoon with enemy smalli. Yesterday the New Year ht smiling and was m affected with a bri The previous nieht must have seriously . ...cost, at the present enormous prices of mortification over the to adjournment— Roll call...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 28 February 1863

n 71 CHARLES De MORSE. lOKO SHAlL OCR BAKHEB BRAVE THE BREEZE- THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. CMRKSVHiB, RED RlflR C0UNTY, TEXAS I'F.BKHIB tm EDITOR £ FEOPBIETOl 1863. mo. 4 n I. Tw«s tiea, &t4'4M Advertisement No Obitawf pay re TSIUXTQ- BATES uare often linesfor first inscr' r each additional insertion c ef whatever brevity, inserte . .4 . f 7 Tied a? advertisements, aid zsz %4tmco tSJjDLE BLANKETS 4 ve*yl*pi ; A.r ble tor mm ¥m vy carpeting. suita- ketl, for f-ale by .P.1>JCKSOX &SON. ;h im. ... "ipCQQ- BAPE3=L row huadredg o*4> newspapers for Bale at Jan 16th 1969. ' STANDARD OFFICE." o WALL paper. NE pattern for large room "handsome Wal' paper, for gale at Srf AN DA 11D O F FIG E. Confederate mon^y very good. Gentlemen indebted to me /cr tlfe past or prece- ding years purchases oi Merchandise, are respeci fully informeJ, that having entire laitli i the con- federate States, J shall be pleased to receive any- thing they o*re me, either on note or book aceour.: in the wan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 28 February 1863

i- -"Y i(t \ V A BE H A >PAR. 1) \ AUTOCRATIC PErCPTtlftvy J0UR1 A rjot.> m. In after days''1 l cy will hive the' * r-j ] ward—in their consciences if net ih the jflau- -with their (k>d if net with tjheir Tour , Iditsoi men- 1fellows. CL^BKSV1TJ(LE; AT 1" HP AY 1 K rill V &K V . 2* 1 ?SJ. A SOLDIER OF THK^OT ( - ftjijr Ko |>?-pc * * • 5ci tlie r Sice, to cc> ' i 0* cit~* Uofl iiOW- the here I j nd rneritorio Editor Standard:— ; 1 find its the *'onfederate News, the f issued herefeftc f | ing c* tide, exposing nnr internal enemy o pencil fn arrears fo Confederacy. How many of this sort , are ' • |in t,hc county of Red River f Cannot you, or , ( erro Gov io, 7 . .^ip vy.-—some one else furnish a hst of those in ; K ; .«!*I'o i-iJst «!>« b t the enemy. by dopreci " ' ' ' " "*• 'w Ithe currency rchieh is its main reliance to : the army, and sustain the Confederacy. 1 t -f i .. ' let us have the names. No man shou ashamed to have h:^position known upon 1 lLA i ■ i.r...

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

" t / • \ J CHARLES DeMORSE, SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE - THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR VOL. 19, eURESnLLB, RED BUBS COUNTY, TEXAS MARCH dveAivrisiTsrca- rates- two dollars per Hfjuftre of tenlinesfor first ineer' I ion, od on-s dollar for each additional insert-on o Advertisement. . No advertisement, of whatever brevity, inserter or lew thantw o dollars Obituary notices in«orted as advertisement", a*d pay required in advance SADDLE BLANKETS. A very superior article heavy carpeting, suita- ble h>r aaddle blankets, tor^ale l v i W.l\ DICKSON &SON. Clark«vUle, Dec. 2l>th 1802. jfAPEB. ' s for pale 'SfJ^ARDOiFFlCL" l«tk 0. Z.:-- WAttPAPEB KE pattfrn for V.rpie ^Wal niter, f'tr pale nt STA^DAkD OM'IC . Confederate mine? very good.. oAitlcbien indebted to wo (or the past or prece- purchHd.>«ot Merchandise, are reepect- * , having entire faith in the eon- ll be pier.sed t« receive any- tW5MTi0 «y owe me. either on note or book aceoui.t. }?'*JLVSh "o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 March 1863

ffl |i 11 fl jft a mi IV 1 ft |\ imcst costly and gigantic in its proportions, ot-i I K] 111 n I A |4 II fl II II creating love by force, and developing fratcr- r * • nal affonMnn kr irar- nn<} lliflt/irv tciVi ro.mrrt fnn ' ' . tr.i- ®*r* on the same page, the utter, disastrous, A I>EMOCBaTIC BEPUBLICAN -lot EWA ^ nf the eipir.W I been expanded Bjtnce the loth cf April, 1861 and a she give you any more ■-! public debt orliabilty 1,800,0)0.000 dollars a1 ready nal affection by war; and history wii'l record,tooiincurmV And t0 s"I'Port all this stupendous out- CLARKS "VT Tj 13 ; SATURDAY MARCH, Tl'H 1*63. Ko pepers Trill b feiued b ere eft* r frcm this effice, to cny person In arrears fo 'TibfCrlotJon. ;Hjj Gen. Pbice to co West. Butou'^bt this war to continue / I answer! A far?prr.ph iu the'Jaekpon Crisis cf Tees' no—not a day—not an hour. What then ?— day gives tbc gratifying information that a Shall we separate? Again l answer no, no, ncl telegram from the Secretary of\*arto ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 March 1863

amm i F nE SI AN.DARD A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLKJAN JOURNAL C 3L. <Af TL E;S VILLE ; SATURDAY MARCH, 14TH W' yjr Wo papers Will b issued hereafter from this office, to any person In arrears for eubsc iption. [ mr. vali-axhigiiam's^pekril c0xt1nu ki) Can tiik Union or these States v>z Res- tore i>? How shall it be done ? And why not 'i Is it historically impossible? sir, the frequent civil wars and conflicts be- tween the .States ot Greece did not prevent their cordial union to resist the Persian inva- sion; nor did even the thirty years Peloponno- tian war, springing, in part, from the abduc- tion of slaves, and imbittcred aod disastrous as it was. Let Thucydides speak—wholly destroy t he fellowship of those States. The wise Iloz mans ended the three years social war, after mtny bloody battles, and much atrocity, by ■admitting the States of Ita-y to all the rights and privilegcs'of Koman citizenship—the very -object to secure which these States had taken up arms. The border war b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 March 1863

* 'f --wpaeWesN^ifeeS' OW experiment; and alter gome time tho ecmn- tryinen of Adams proved themselves too sharp *t that work for tfce countrymen of Jefferson. But every day the contest now tends again to ke utttnl and original element?. In many parti ot the Northwest-—1 m i g lu . a d d of Feau- sjifinia, Near Jersey and New tfark city—the prejwKees against the "Yankees" has always "been almost as bitter as in the South. feafi prepsed for a little while by the scti-slavery it and the war, it threatens cow to one of those great. but unfortunate men?, AbcKtioni™, hM b«n nttcr'j ciliu-1 Wc are in tcosipt ot tfie (soon of 0.1 J V fh a «' i '• PT. \>8 T" a"d.of; Andrews, 15tfc Texm (dlsmou.ted )(l,va!r'y & SPRST& ffStJTBa ** • *• & herself] and! to her T look with confluence to secure, to them the mastery within her limits. In sir, the true voice of New England ha.i for so m^ years pnst,been rarely heard here or elsewhere in nablie affairs. Men now control her polities an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 March 1863

Til E 8 'I' A N I) t\ H fijf'"5 Emi erir, hyrV?. _j v- pcfy America, and Ifa'y v^s ra^O A PEMOCBATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL PPTHWrtyn rtr«'gly den-u X OjLAJlKeV|[I/.IiB: ■ I. ■ I'.ji. i FATtTBPAY MARCH, 21st 1 63. 10?" To papers will b issued krresft-r from this office, to any person La arrears for vbsr Iption. war,and continued occupation of Rome. | BerJ in papers announce) jing cbaraeter from the P invitation having crosscd the Prussian frontier | Prussian; troops. were con iThe saled of eotton for the 'bales closing at aceclineo stuffs dull Yicksburgs, March 4. 3'obiie, Mareh 3.—There Tretiew of the army <?'cns. Buckner srd Slan^Vci- and Cumir.ina. After ftj i#iaUe-h-it fonr picces of artillery, ™5>«nred t Mnrfrecs- fllts ri (J outb th(i cnJ ;n lero, jircsmted by Gen. }\ ithers. m tlie name! Korifcra advices W m , 0 — —- Yicksburgs, March 4.—The erew of the arn - ^as a,s CD^a! Indianola, some ninety-two in numb;r, arriv- .ray rf SVbile to-day by MajjW here jesfcrday alternoon. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 March 1863

\ r ■w ' fl m errcs tns o to ea in tii i or l>ah( one line dou". V A L i .A i> i ii . \ 11 i) ti ¥iiidiU il CONCLl^BD. And coV-sir, I will not ^k whether tie Northwest cwa consent to aopah^icn from the f?ooth. Nevei\ Nature forbids. X\Ve are on- ly a part oi the great Valley of tlie Mississippi. I There is, no ltne tof latitude upon which to sep- y ra?e. The States would not desire the eld Hue of Hf>° SO" on .bpt h sides ot the river. andXear^a tlier*1 ia no natural boundary Eaat a*d West. The nearfe*t to it are the Ohio, and Mississippi livers. l>ut that line would leave Cincinnati, and St. Lou:3, a* border cities; like Baltimore, j to d :cay, and extending fifteen hundred milds ■ in length, would become the scene cf an etor-! on'7 nal border warfare, wiiboht example, even in ! 7?af* the worst of times. Sir, wj cannot,ought not, ■11171:1 and will not separate from the South. And if you ot the Ka*t who have found this war a^inst the South and for the uezro.gr*tifyios to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 March 1863

>v SI EECF1 • Mr. YALLANDIOHAM'8 I CONCLUDED. ; And liow, air, I will not ask wlcther the Northwest can consent to separatieiifrom the Ssuth. Never. Nature forbids. We areon- Jyja part of the great Valley of the Mississippi. " ' ch to sep- the eld river, and Taere is no line of latitude upon wh arate. The States would not desiije line of 86° 30" on both sides ot the ther«j is no natural boundary East i nd West. Thej nearest to it aro 'the Ohio, and rivers. But that line would leave ( and St. Louis, a<* border cities; like ] I issigsippi lineinnati, >iItimore, pel the usurper, and restore the Constitution and laws the r liberies of the ights or the State3, and the people ; and then, ia the coun- m try^of our fatlters, undei the Union of our fa- thers, and r again of the the grand appointed fjr earth. '.And now, s to unite then twefn the Souit t(he old flag—the Fymbol once | strike ree, and brave—lit us fulfill mediation, the kindly offer Oi an impartial pow- Li3:on which Pro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 April 1863

EDITOR & PBOP THB STANDARD OP THE FREE CHARLES De MORSE, LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE VOL 19. CLAJtKSV 1LLE. RED RIVER COlilTV. TEXAS, APRIL 11TB. 1883. K 0.5 2. ' . March 23d 1863 Camp Wright Ark. Ifrear Standard We are still pawning; the Fabian policy be-re Head Quarter? tnd(Speight*?) Brigade, Camp Kiamishi C. N. March 12th 18*13. Genera! Order No 1 \). ) NOTICE j At the January Term ot the IIoaJLouuty Court' NiTf 1CK At the November Term 1 8f. j >fthe Hon. Couu- c.f La in or Co. p rtainsr to Estate of deed. Vrsons 'ty Court of Lamar County pertaining to Estate* de?. i npointed AJininis dsc \. All the underpinned Was appointed Administrator of persons the underdi^ned^ was ^ •, „ % t - „ . . ... 1 the "s'ateoi W. ^DriveUeed. Ai! person? hold ! trutris ofiiieEst-Ue o« Envin Shelton and whipping the Federal If annioa I ny . lying j The followmq extract from a circular from inn chunas Ji^ain?t said Ertati are hereby notified j persons holding claim* aisainst said Kte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 April 1863

TIE I % AID ABB \ I DEMOCRATIC nZPUKLICANRH A h C X, JT~ n. T£S V I L L E : SATURDAY APiliF I Uh fI S3. ;tmk people against the admin- istration1 AND tli!•' war i,Frem the New York Cau'Visi-.in.-j There arc indications of a ejhange la opinion in the seal-board States, which will, ere long make itself a powcf in the land. We fellow dtlfcens, to /an- djuuiniih ; I Vpee 1 o ih-vj,^ my ait ■iJpt.whc rublic har.j betere uh a priivs tc; letter from a distin Hat for the Iresp^nsible ] i ba^l gartiel : ■f the . State of Texas ; j tronh her j. a distaoea of but tairtv trlssds 01 hi j.uv ■ nounce myself a eantJic position or Govcnror of •and I do so under a profound' sense ofdefier-{ At this range, musketry and pisi'd shots were euee for the talents, qualifications and merits-j exchanged. Firing continued with great vigsr ox o-tners who have been mentioned, as well as I on both -,rh ski At length a shell eu'tcreiamid — i lor the high damn of oufe brave eltece- •.•hips into the hoi 1 s«ttiriir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 April 1863

f{3® * *• -$C- ** c yN& K/ 1 / i CHARLES De MORSE, LOKE SHAui OTJIl BAHKEr. BRAVB TEES 3KaEZn--'.TSE STANDARD OF THE FREE. ——————BjC^S EDITOR & PROPRIETOR VOL. 20, ' A.'l>"V.E BT131 ISTci-JR. ATEs" OlilKSriLLE, BED RITER COUNTV, TEXAS, APRIL2-5TB, 1863. NO. 2. Two dollars p* 'r t § 1i" • >' * i1 - on, *a l on? J >Uv t > - * i: > '• '* ' A,d ert'wem?nf. No advertiseaiont, of wha ever or oriels than tw> dollars Obituary notices inserted ?• a iver(isetpent«., r ajr' required in advanca j PAPE?, : n Tl ms-.-ncC t! I C t ; ■ f i d'_' , t bll< Lr.mn: .!. N < iTiC E j By the Governor, January Tern o! the Hon.County Court! R. J. Towxes, Secretary of Co. perlaing to Estate of deed, persons • All Texas papers public i mder.sicrrici was appointed ^Vate of W. J. Drverdeed. i n: t 4 Jan "WBAPPI3S3 O hundreds old newspapers for sale at '•STANDARD OFFICE." an 16thl8G-1. Administrator of election All person? hold}S-Kte. ins agamst-said Estate are hereby- notified! to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 April 1863

■IS THE ST ANDARD A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICANJQ URNAL CLA RKS VILLE : SATURDAY APRIL 25th 1*63. No papers will be issued hereafter from this office, to any person In arrears for ■abaci lption. 5 ElTMtnnlldite for ffit of Governpr.of / /. Fort Arbuckle " Indian Territory March 30th 136$ Dear standard:— On yesterday (Sunday) morning, the 20th rode into Arbuckle, and took formal posession releiving Capt. Scanland and Squadron, who had held posession for the previous two months There was a high wind blowing, aid our bat- tle flag floated out in its full dimensions, as we rode up the hill our trumpet sounding, the small garrison gathered around lazily to look at the new comers. Our column filed into the central square of the Post, was halted and dismounted and stood by their horses until arrangements for occupancy were perfocted, by the examina- tion and selection of quarters. On the previous evening the Col. and Capt. Hooks of Red River had called upon Capt. Scarland, and the Col issued the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 May 1863

CHARLES De<M?0RSS, mam?- 02T3 SHALL OT7R BANNER BI! HB STANDARD OF TffU FREE THE BREEZE 0L1RISV1LLE, RED mmSSm "JPSV-Bkxxsi csr TE3. - io dollars per •?«*?« ofcea lines f r fi st lni*r- ) ?9j*wi on9 dU U*r fur each sdlilteuai inafriio: i Lrtfcmfffrt j the undersized w IS irerti<(ea«ni, of wli^te~er brevity, inserU< Jjbe ErateO, W«J. - ft* titfttt-tW Aon** ' . jin/CU* :-13 ftgiinst 3 bimwy Bfltic«s ia*erled us advertisement?, mi j t :* eon c fowsihla NOTICE Bv the Govci At the Jahuary Ttin of t'hei Kan.County Court} I .jJ.Towxis, j of Lamar, Co. pertain3 to Estates of den. pers-vns hppc-inted Administrator of .it/, t :• 5o^vr -. An ieed. r aecL .\ii mi-gORP In. I * t reqmired in advanc® "VSriRAJS^PXlSJ Gr I?.A SPEZt l tew hundreds old ne*«pip«r? for 1 m \ r'J^AN I) A It D CFi'lC fc." ian IStb 18GS. j f) aid Estate are hereby notified i presem them duly authentica r.din the ti&ae ];!v:iri!v; i by Law; an i all persons i^ebtrd are rrou.i-jjjL to come foward and make tm- m-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 May 1863

T n n Hi I* \ !V DAR D A l'T^O"IUTrr E^?rCLIfA5-:r>ONAL o TT^riTxr s~ 'v~x xT:xTSTT ' a AT ( II PAT MAY, 2nd. I^d. £{*?* i>ro paper.- rrill bo i~a-aoi hereafter r - m 11 Is cfEc®, to 607 pcTrou'fn arrears- for •' ;c) i >'?un. M CI Vi'r • J«U J-5", • > -| ;.' = '*'',v ' '''r ; upon.*<mtrac!:;)..are- null and void. No ■ v.- :dy c-in bo .taken regain -out ol • ■ r;r if suju goods were imported prior t b c.'ibe order, is the ihsport--r cmi- oc .. 1 Kivjirr, to ex;>cri cotton, asprovi- ■' b r.-v-.d (>r-:cr0ibib-rcaio-or, J i id. ■ ;b '- :o; .> 1 esit-.db'.; I -.cirl bi areofd- L ;*■ . -i i . ;. ,-o-i ions of tb1 k^t natnedj or- _; set' *d by Ccner.d Ur- whe imported goods a fe.tr days bblor® :t; and boartks d 1 Pa - ^ e;by r.-" ;'-J r>r~, prc<"cntb.p tie A -I lento, and faking lor the cairt-s- -. have been informed by i the military "authority at b'as Antonio, that \rrs. could .only be given on importations. Titer tit* 4£d'-f Y •;? u**r~; Lly al 1 vis!Ious b...

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