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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 May 1863

;.X \): Jt CHAKLES D* MORSE, 1 7i LOIfO SHAItl. OUR BANlfSR BRAVE TH3 BHBEZE--.THB STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR VOL. 21, CLIIKSTILLE, 1 El RIVER tOllKTV, TEXAS, HI 9. 1863. liU. ^dv4 ttaJxai \ ra 3 , . NOTICE By the Governor, * F. R. LUBBOCK. Tw Jollar3 psr squi-e oLeil^m f>r nrst uurar , A tthe January i:m ot the lion.( ounty Court R. J. Towxes. Secretary of fctate. tie*, «nd one dollar tor e^oh ad litioail i«s*rtion. oPLamar Co. pertaing to Estat-* of deed. persons A li Texas paf ere p«Wish ©nee a week t|ill ldTerti*meiiJ^ ' jthe Undersigned ww appointed Administrator of election and forward accounts to Secretary of N« advertisement, nf whatsver brevity, insert*# '1 lie Ts ate ot W. J. Driver deed. All person? hold Sate. orles* than two dollars ingchima s gain«t said Estate are hereby notified ! Obituw notices inserted a<* advertisement0, ai t u> c nr e Toward ani p rest Jit thero duly anthentica | j8y required in advance ! ted in the time prescribed by L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 May 1863

TOE 5! AN DA it D A &EMOCBATIC KEPUBLI CAN JOURNAL GJuJk. J=t gS 'S7 ILL ET SATI RDAY M A%, $Hh, 'V**#?*. No payors will bo issued hereafter from tfcia cfi:"«, to any person in arrears for eubsri lotion. ' "i, Wear* lo .iriu/utiw !,t (.;'*.v-'*J.NO M""cUi-'icVr K'i'l.! a e ndf<Wte for fffire ofOo'-i-rner cf Texs<. / WHERE IS FORT McALLfSTMR. , Fort McAllister, the scene of the recent dcs pirate bombardment by the enemy's fleet,is on the Ogcchree rirerjwhich flows into the Ossa- ha^' Sou ml off the Georgia cqa^, and eighteen . 18. ml!ps to thr: South ( (ft the Savun- n h river. The Fcrtftaudi onj the main land, directly <>n the river bank, and! commands the rivet for n mile fend a half or two miles. The couptry for evcru! miles along the Ogechee, is iS'feh^t the universal cas on the Soutti- <tp coast, \3 but an extensive marsh, crossed, a ad recrossed by innumeraolelittle "creeks and inlets connected with.the main stream. Some uf Abe island*oreakit and in- I*;ta ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 May 1863

1 LCNO B1ZAI*!* oua 3ANNHR 3.aBU2B--.THI2 STA^bAHD OF THE GHAELBS BoMO$&E, ==52 REB RIVER (OIJNM, TEXAS, B.1! 16. '1863. jj?PD V .H.fc<.1*X£3 £ 81 Gh A. X <3 -i n- v.f> i t<_, prfpeat"i'a'ni duly anthen ! . r. l*. -!. r 0.« > hr " a *r o!H i livered to the TlON 0PSFAPJ>L4^t FOR SALE \ ties. a* p. ;r? per -qa.aro ofifcnlHi* *> '. yi> tJS'l <1515 'i>5i i r V.'f t:'iAl k |V> - :e A ■• i .*>ri i ■« * rrt -r, ?, '• f visit** f Um isro <:- A .*'■'• Oli?; a «•?. ra r f r«f.*:r«ri in a .'!'«"*-•:?* i >r first «B*3r •erte 1 ■ a*" aiJvirriUe ficuutd wiihin me pre-trihed t;j- :aw< ami rJl p*rgo!*a indebi ( t-i tb said esUpe azf notified to rchneji^rwftrd and. make imsfsedjate piynirni. Pjfxrt# -i*«xa9 A p:i h .tlTUSfdt ' -MH \\ ;•« i** i8g3. • s > ... v- i "■ ..--■ •' ,. ' yoTdc^'A o*7 :iLN"sc?a?T& A.1?T'Z:LS2 CJr «• ft Id ne> r.ijr:-i & • s* V- t <-M7i O t,AUP Orip/i.T; j THE • of Ida.! Moore OH.STITUTiOH', GOVKRK PB0CAAMA7I0N ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 May 1863

X; Til IT AN A DEMOCRATIC BEPUBLICASJOUR3UL O JLt A KS V X X. tC fe ; SATURDAY MAY, 16. ' j JiH papers will be issued tfereafter from this office, to any person in mreajs for •nbiciiption ▼ J-N'b M' cbock fEfc.W« arc autbori^i annuDoee K VT. m ramiidato Tuxg, ^ perlccted by the experiences of the past. I cannot conceive a happy, prosperous; republican onion cemented by blow?, remoul- ded it re pugnance and prolonged by the mission 01 the weak to the dietat'on oJ strong. A partnership in onr Confederacy shou granted as a boon, and only to those that itj not enforced as an obligation, upon - I WonSIgu* 28th April 1863. DKAU STANI>ASI>.— - Alter a struggle of some fchreeinonths who should hod possession of Montague coun- ty the citizens, or the savages. We. the citi- teof" have mcceeded. Quietude lis now restored, with the loss,' however, of some six, ot our citizens killed and pcalped, and a large number of bur horses driven off and killed by the red Devils; many ot the number w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 May 1863

K *■> 4* it / v; Til J? fi f|l I I; || | II Jl ;pU day; manv of the men wearing their blank-1 Bat 0*9 boat baa been is sighi across tha [ *1 % U I il 11 U A It Diket? Jo the; morning we parsed through Par-' itver tod*y. ryville,a verysmall uoa'traetive Tillage. There | The company of the 43th Mississippi, cap- ! wan a ho^pitail atPerryville, and a Quarter- tared at Port Gibson, subsequently made their A DXMOCRA^IC REPUBLIC^'.TOURNAL O L A POBLS T ?ATUHJ)AV MAY, SO. ly*>A'o /. 0HT papers, will bo Usual aeroaftj fin tfci off e, to any person in arrear- o caff itn.ion masters depot, Blacksmith shop etc. escape from the enemy, and are now with {camped 18 mile*: this side of Perrj ville, early regiment jin the afternoon, our mules weary, and an axle j Lieut Col. Pettus of the 20th Alajbama, ta- j*o make. We were beside a little branch ^n ken at Port Gibson, made his escape and re- joined the regiment yesterday. Seven hundred CAMV BUTI.KK, CRZKK X UION, May 12th I860. i-'FW. STANDAK...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 May 1863

STILL LATER NEWS. ■ • U IMPORTANT FROM THE NOItTH. t VALLANDIGHAM ARRESTED AND 1MPR180NED. Senatobia, May 9.—The Chioago Times of the 6th which I have received, containing a dispatch from Cincinnati, dated May 5th, which pays: Hon 0. L Vallandigham has been arrested by a company of soldiers, on a charge of viola- tiner Burn«ide's death order, Soldiernwere distributed ia the neighborhood of his dwelling, who ordered everybody .nto their houses. ;AMENDMENT OF THE Two dollars per square often lines for first inser ti«u, and on* dollar for tach additional insertion. Advertisement. I No advertisement, of whatever brevity, insert*# for less than ^wo dollars Obituiry notices inserted as advartisements, ai t pay required in advance .wrappino paper A few hundreds old newspapers fpr gale at •STANDARD OFFICE." Jan 16th 11863. eOirSTITlTTION. ■j U i i A . ■ lUan up by Samuel B Orten and r ; before Archibald liowiaa-1 J. P. one Buck ! mare males Branded on the left shoulder >1. _ , S. 0. or C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 June 1863

T BE 8T AN BARD AJ1T>MOCRATIO BEPUBLTCANJOrPNAI GT a"K^KS\' t Xj Xi B : ' ; yard i ord^i a. j doQ<id they were ahou* to crm. This they contin- jglared them to be sent ta Ger fioper. A* fwith supplies an « it* rs stores Cols. M :T u id until Mij r CirroH took th?m back 150 /they went oft .the best looking one said ''Coop*- jtosh arid Martin had bee2! sent aeros to di' dk ail fornasd them in line to wait further er my friend." 1 I understood afterward, thai'cover and attack the trail, and we to mr In the msantima th"? enemy had abao- they were in the General's rervi«u>. Co. K.„ reinforcements, or render such aw'stan-o the ongosits bmk, and a half hour a/ter came in daring the morning,fr)m iower fordi; j might be neudef. Ve emld see no trai-i m whejn the Col. went down the bans with a . with a mule which some of the men had goniiaoy force, nor hear auy firing. ,Keepi-.L' .<:i guiue, to learn the crossing, there was,- no one aoross the river and captured. j! jour coiise, wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 June 1863

dcr* l up to do whatever might be necessary* Poor steamboats, the Scotland, Golden A<?o NOTICE iBald face )«It hind foot white, blemich in leftayr tor our rescue. We bad not been alarmed, and two others were sunk in the Yasoo river Is hereby given that the undersigned was appoint-1 sea* on right pheulde re. Shod before, about I' hot an our brethern had been on our account by order ot Capt I. N. Brown of the Confeder- ,e<* Administrator of Peter Corington deed, by the [hands high; 9 yearn old app'ai«ed to *i2a. On* it wan quite greeting ; and when our booty ate navy ; all the rest of our boats are saved. | Proba^c'>u'V^ county at the > pril; Brawn Horse colt 3 year* oi l, no mark or bran* i«k, ,h. picket g , ~h I Ou,-torn «. .„cu*d ft P.mber.o,^ ^ ^ sboot, thai the creeks became excited, and ing off all the guns safely. Anextraof Nat. tome duly authenticated within the time prescribed Col Mcintosh came out and stopped our pro- gress to the prairie, until he conld send wor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 July 1863

A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL. CHAS. Dg MOUSE Editor A: Proprietor. C L KS "V I LLTii : fvVTCRDAV MILY4. 18W. VOL. 20. . • • • • No.> No papers will be issued Hereafter from this off to any p&rson in arrears for subscription. • - Wjsri authorized to announce Or. Geo. H, Wnotten us a candidate for the Stele Senate, trow the counties of Red River vV Titus. p£f We tit authorized to announce Edward Clark as a candiuate tor Governor cf Tex^s, at the ensuing election. 8We are authorized to announce dale as a.candidate tor Lieut the ensuing election. r\ S. f^ock- Governor ot Texas, at. The News says appropriately, that "Mr. Murrah is an able supporter an d defender of our Confederate government, but has no ani- mositie.4 or personal prejudioie.s to gratify to- wards those who have been called upon to ad- minister it." We would add that he is. «o much a South- ern man in heart, head and soul as never to / have indulged in impracticable freaks of fancy r and wonderful inventions, bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 July 1863

.. -i > A f t * f r *v \: *x ,t i * r i- *.y jl.j; < ty' -« '(•; i Cf r.f > rhrt- Ordirts "'j- Aing taken ?.•-•- e j'Taoce ri :fc e i'r} _ f < Hp ee? "rev rV 1-Ti u ' t *1*- <it< i :-:rr;ug jdeath -mKm do.vi. wad at < h ;r^t advice^ at ( ^ o! •'i ;vix m h\s Hey-jml 2- ;M,he!.—Thn irI*v. ( 0T?f ire iu.-s. including the action of ji ker' Creek. is 5.«X -0. Confidence in Get*. I jvn.K-rton i- tolly re-tored since his answer pj G ant. Y Cars.are felt with regard to the e rauf a*. Vie Ci'barg or Lioi:. Hud N<7PU K iii -d*;>ii!s.r- a on its way *' fhC exk-nns arc - q\- mus:s 1 rpttf'btsiati. a-r.ti yh V:•*■■■:( ">7f;d tv If ftvu the. 1'- * -: T. ; o.-ffe last iHe- ei. i. 1- ■ .:;rv kr theft? use ' i-'-.i -u-r -on hiee. :tar ed .while ' otnihu rYeuf Cegs are displayed. • Jaekiton^Ifine 0—< Inr pickets ten jinesd^&p. • irua-ded and *W vt qu'red <0 reach Viek Cfctes whb the fleer. by c pit last nighr constant " is movement or renev.j 1 • roar «f the tm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 July 1863

SIMM#. A DEM£K:BATIC REF ('HAS.']\y MO£SK GIIT.AI IR. 251^ VfL S \TIJ RD A . *'6 . . . Jfey" We are ■;m;ho;".'■ a candi lue vr (.'cngrPB^iQh'l jLnstrkt. BM<'rs; >V$are aatho:',/ W >!jtten ii.s a candidate the coiinf it-s of Rcdi'.iver -ttaT \V>- are autit<>ruj Clark ^Iff candidate t'jr ei)M iog eleytiwi. ^'sl„ VVt a"T« aufbc i/ef dnie aft a candidate kr Lieut the ensuing election We are ze< Murray, as a c&ndk'me counties ofTtiiua and Red fray" #e are nth«>rizey rison an a candidate lor county of Ked-ttiver. UBUCAN JOURNAL. Editor Ac Proprietor* V ILL E : LY 18. m-i No. 11. «ret lo jthe front, and see the enemy's main po siri<r|i,; most of my force had fallen back, and I was compelled to attend to its reformation; having not a single assistant; Lt. Col. Parks Majors Carroll,the Adjutant, Capt. J.P. Young (of Mirtin's Reg't) upon whom I relied as an aid anjd even the Sgt. Major being all absent. Capt; Ha mon and company'" were all missing, Capt. JBrown, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 July 1863

ersconced them iclves securely troti the landers ic dai4-ng, the indomitable will, the unconfjuer- , elegant seclusioD compiles a political thesis,j of the battlefields oi .urgreat struggles behind Sable spirit that makes man m tr&th >,ml-• - f ' '' •' - sr. cdio**s cxe \p!ioa law, to*d .:io .-;$inpathy,. Bless work of Gui " , It lis: coa but, on the contrary, a repugnance for a cau- while tht-se revcr-.es occur jin our own vicinity, didate who has illustrated his devotion to the on the 1 'oto mac the sky is bright and bri^ht- Coriftuiera^y fcnoo fiolds of carnage, where he "enirtg- Oar*5army under rh{ invincible Lee, tding terror and unconi'juer- lut-gaii- Stiiu;rju complies u jwiiiym j • - • .1, "The no- j and with the vanity of a boy. peregrinates the T}LOiPoSfSio practice}] ditirv tW ' ox i. j- i - I-' / , j X tranches or hie nreiessn mirary imit fetate, displaying: his monstrous production, < vicinity Will I s;ut'S ir ^ was made to feel the- iron :f>3 of the" Thus ...

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

. 1 TiflfttI. ^suppress the rebellion, an! his to.cinu dec- , ^ent P"tTe * po^itim % Upon the reorganisation 1 th- srjai/. regimens j Cci A M G n ry. Hiving heretofore orieQy state ! the claim* CLAK I£S "V ILLE : SATURDAY JULY 2GtL IS* I Vol. 2fc . No. 12. laration that he would by furee of arms subju- i .. . * ., . , - , . . . - , i .> % ,. v , vi , - \ , . J i > is said he became desirous of election to the'of several distinguished gentlemen, candidates gate the seceded btates; had inaugurated the Coloneleyor Lt. Colonelcy of the regiment. That for Lt. Governor, we cinnoi, injustice to Col present war. That Texas as one of the seceded I disappointed in hi* aspirations, in chagrin at Gentry,omit a brief capitulation ot his services States — of the Confederate States,was bound to i want of appreciation *f his merits, he re Col. Gentry is an old citizen of Harris Co., aid for several years represented that District in the State Senate; he is a mm ot superior bus- iness qualific...

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

a art UK u ■- '.J-jrj:, Juua 27.—Disietches received Later from Yickbbczg:—I\..>sca_^r.? by ruoruing stare that the Cur tin Guard had the Shreveport stage, which left there Monday irai'-h yesterday in U'aiat.t II Jttoiu, near < morn in?, say that no intelligence ot the surra u- i k, in which we lost sever) m.-a. der of Vicksburghad been receive i, but a le t- :vf'u- de>ertcrs. who carna i-ito | o ur lines . ter ha£ been received from the stage a?ent at . f T R. JOH.VH. MODJAN >ROPOS£S to praonee M*3' ic>ne in th branched ot his profession Mi, I nion, arrived there to <i'iy. Monroe ot the 10th, stating that it was not be- Phikdvliihia; June. CO.—Latest reports from Harrisbur^ state that positive information, has • i practice Menem* tn uie beeu reeoived that Kwell's corps, with a portion 1 JL bninchej ot his profession in C'ark«viiie r.t of Hilta-and Loncst-reet's 40,000 strong, will. ^ ill beatS. II. Mors-ju's office dur.t move fiorn Carlisle to-day towards Haris- 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 6 August 1863

t E£S VILLE : TFTJB3DAY AUG,6th l b3 ' ai Vol. 20. . No. 14. T7 AR DEPARTMENT Ru iimoxd, (Ya ,) May 9th, 1803 EXCHANGE NOTICE, NO. 5. S3. } By command of i I Maj. Gen. J. BANKHEAD MAGRUDEIi. j Geo. A. M AGRUDER, Jr., A. A. A. Gen. t)ie following Confederate officers and men have Agents acting under my authority, are di-; been duly exchanged, and are hereby so declared, rected to report to me any violations of the above general orders which may come to their knowledge. S. HART, Major & Quartermaster 1. All officers and men who have been delivered^ at City Point, at any time previous to May 6th 1863. 2. All officers captured at any place before the Lint of the killed, wounded and missing 29th Texas cavalry, battle of Elk Creek 17th in- 3 rant. Field and Staff.—"Wounded Col. Charles DeMorse, eom'dgj severely. Co- A.—Killed W. R. Baily, M. L. Linch wounded severely. Co, B.— Killed I. M. Statum, B. F. Short, wounded C Saunders; severely, W C. Patrick slightly, T, A Parmer, W. D. Bian...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 6 August 1863

L' J i. L' i.11. :j l\ i A Th® f- i'' -viD_' are the resolut'on* passed at a Vsl'^rdk'-atM treei ng ia New York. Resolved, T1 at we reiterate our opposition to tbirf b'.oo< y,r j'entless, unnecessary and fruit lesH war. ia tne opinion it is time that the ' —.he d.;j that sees it floodsd-by bor^o? <>1 in *he attack as will appear from the such barbarians as the Yankees. We. do gve grouud he has chosen. to the Yankee cation all the credit that is due Frederick, July 1 2.—The rebel train are for being able to torture the innocent and bully> consolidating at YVilliamsport and fords above, the unprotected; and undoubtedly, throughout Lee is evidently massing his troops for a des- perate struggle. Washington, July 12.—Advices from the upper Potomac have not been received here uance. Tennessee, and Mississippi, and Western Vir- ginia, for ages to come, mothers will cl sp their whole American people,North and Pouth, should j little ones closer to their heartB at the very demand ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 August 1863

I'M ST J KIR 5 P0 A. 3A ■■> V L r« X* cl : ■ I ji . :i A, ; ' <-A .-If". ; ;• • Ay <'omm-'f.d of Mai. cauaf. ad MAQ2in:>n;-H G?o. A. M IfJUUPER^a., A. A A. A-.„ Ag. v ,-• - trader my .u: horitv, *• u- - ' • ' : , • I 10 - .;■ / fh;. i- .rlilvh v o .• I their A-A. A- " * ; A , ^ A • " A A Q'S.;. •■■' > LvV ••-.•(; vYif i :t ■■' f-rsTjy *\ i - .s.;od hills •;,• widsc., . - TA A,.. • KX • •.\ J : i"; IB excb &r J ar|| ■ i'1 • ."P-IKX? -i . O h. A A i •:<: y N 0, 5. ; A men- Have o Ar-' v r i ?- d red. ; ,. vria- : v ' : n ■ Auv kz. s$- L fay I • We A AA h *}< zm I i f. t . s • ,i •. • . *: •• ;:>c ft" , . n, ,-tk. - V. \ f!M ' : ■ pj J pj *j, ' <>' r>" "f , f the A"h •- ^ ■- h*ve Ii-M ' f.UVO pi tl at I& * r if iti 'l..;:'. • : W A. ui w.it •11 H <tf I • I !y : • M-aA, , r th'i ;.''u;iA ■ns: -j'fef&l rejI84ta, ^T2 °.Tisr j"..t !s;• crt'= lu'.'ir ioc j.i rr: r,i. - ' r>!.. rf 56 J- . NOTI;':,: TO r-.^ ri,: ' • i-i 1,11-■ • r siifer.a ' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 August 1863

/ ■*f.TAsse S. Perkins, substancinllv NT'TICF Jl^Go tn «r? wrr pefcitioa r la b ere bv given thai Sarah M. Brv.int Aimin- now fed in m* cilice hi wUloii , Htratrix of th~e estate of Bfneg.tr K. Bryant deed, set forth the tollow:ng to wit. That on the-d day ; hap filed his petition together with the account cur of May 1*30, petitioner was the legal and equita- 1? rent with the County Court uf Red River county ble owner of a certain tract or5 parte! ©tjnn<f # Tor a final settlement of said estate. Therefore ail jtaining four hundred acres situated in said county t hy forwar(luig to the Editor of the Stan ford • those who roar think themselves interested aie 1 of Lamar on North Sigphu? the game bemg a j • blicatiotl aav. * ' " * f? notified to attend afc'he August term of said court part of a thirteen Labor Survey made by virtue of and show cause il any they have, why -a id settle- the head right certificate of John F. Keller ..e^ d1 . nj eisi should not be made : ! ard patuated to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 August 1863

m CL AR KIS VILLB : Vol, THURSDAY AUG 20tn 1 63 20. . ....... .j No. 16. Mrs. Sussn B. Dickson Departed this life on Friday of Angst, after a protracted illness. Her death like her life, was gentle, and she passed irom time to eterni- ty as noislessly and calmly as an unsining in- fant. For her the grave h*d no sting, death no victory. She knew she must die, long,long, before the final day arrived, and with true philosophy and christian resignation, she ad- deessed herself to her doom. It is even a pleasant duiy to speak in ccm- memoratiou of the dead, to exhibit to the pub- 1 \V VR " I [ Ri-'HMIVD. *V:l.) !WUv O'h, ISil EXCHANGE NOTICE, NO. 5. The following ^onfedera'e officers and men I 1 been duly exchanged. and are hereby s< decHr" 1. AH officers and a\f n who hr ve been deliver - at City Point, at anv time previous* toMav •. I m:\. * v " " S HART Major &• 0«;arte*na3ter. p 2. All officers capture! «♦ .my p'n<v h<- ore th- Ar ■ ' < >iirwr April, ISO:',, who ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 August 1863

notice I 18o3 to arifwr tf.p . - - — pt litiO'* n Is hereby given that Sarah M. Bryant Admin- now tiled in ntv office in which l>ase S. I\ rkirs, J is substantially j ietr&triz of the estate ofBenegar B. Bryant deed, feet forth the following to wit. 'rhat <">n the 2d day • has filed his petition together with the account cur of May 1^&), petitioner w« the legal and equita- i rem with the County Court of Red River count y ble owner cf ace^tsin tract or parcel of 'nrnl co'1- j August W ' R 1> H k I'UTI\ «•' District court of Ilopki s «>ui tv and the seal of said court litre)!; Impressed at Tarrant th^ 11th da* for a final settlement of said estate. Therefore all j taining four hundred acres situated in said county those who may think themselves interested are of Lamar on North Sulphur the same bt.iug a notified to attend at the August term of said court1 part of a thirteen Labor Survey made by virtue of and show cause if any they have, why baid settle- the head ...

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