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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 December 1863

STiSBiM. O Xj -A_ IR. K S ~V" I L L E 3 SAT CUD A V, DEC., 12th 1-0;,. CIIAKLKS DeMORSE, Editor & Propiietcr. ol72o r~: t t * r~: . no. 29, BtibEcript:on in Advance. $4 for 6 months. MILITARY ARREbTS. The Telegraph publishes a long circular from Gen. Magruder,to the citizens ot Texas,setting forth the reasons which induced him to arrest several suspected persons, some of whom were discharged, and others are still retained in cus- tody. With reference to those who were dis- charged, he remarks that it was not because there were nogrounds of suspicion,but because there was not sufficient evidence against them to warrant him in keeping them in confine- ment. He further adds; "I do not desire to assume authority that does not properly,and legitimately attach to my position as Commanding General of this dis- trict. I iiuvc no intention to usurp power,and disregard the restraints thrown around me by the civil law of the land. I desire, as all good uit'/.pns shoul-:,to obey the laws, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 December 1863

CIRCULAR, Headquarters Department Trans-Miss. ) f General_Orders) J-hrfvfi-ort. La. Nov. 25,1803. > ' LICATiONS tor invitation to apjeari I the Army Medical Board will be madej I' XIT . X1. — ,>.Vi L! I« wr AAn 1 rt A Head Quarter?. Department Trans-Mian. \ iShreveport, La, Nov, 10th 1803, ) I I i1 AT IONS tor invitation to apj eart following nonce of exchange pa^ reqUired in advance LilAliU^o Ii r iu>iw n^u _ ri , I {-Qr the information and guidance ot ali con" AT5yE^TISIl>ra RATES Twenty fiv? ; ents per line fureiioh insertion. No advertisement, of whatever biv\ity, insertt# forles? than two dollars Obituary notices inserted as advertisements, aid un lull, age, length of time they I 1st, All officers, and men.captu-ed, ana paroi- practica,in what school they grad-jed at any time previous to the 1st of September, , , ... t j v i I'Xt'i'i Tim section however, is not intended to hen, and the position applied or, L officers'or men, captured at Vicks- bet „ to the Secretary...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 December 1863

m M" 'V t-vi 3ii a. pi is: b "V" SATURDAY, DEC., 10 th 1863. < HARLES DeMORSE. Editor & Proprietor. ; and ahil«:y of your govern •uettfc|,nliimi-.te!y to i make it irood." '& j H e recom men'Is the closing of the land office ! to prevent the location of land until after the t w^r. '-"~ He ic ;r. favor of arrestinc; thef distillation j of spirituous liquors from grain; and the liber- | ?.lity of the people of tne various-- counties iu i the sunport of soldiers families ira subject of congratulation. He recommends the indro- v >n ted have arrived yet. The Atlanta R j- 1 • ommittee have commenced bending sup- plies, and assist*&ce to the front. The city is 'lull of rumors, "%ut nothing authentic from'the army has been received since Gen. Brad's despatch. co Passengers by the down 2 a.m. train say our line of battle is at Chickamauga. The men not disheartened, or disorganized. All our dead, and severely wounded are in Vol. 20 *T >A >.< 0. oU « ! = ! duction of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 December 1863

CIRCULAR, Headquarter? Department Trans-Miss. ) Shreveport, La. Nov. 25, 18t o. > APPLICATIONS for invitation to appear before the Army Medical Board will be made to the Secretary 6f War through Surgeon J no. H. Haden,Medical Director ot the Departm^t. The applicants wi 11 state their names(chTistian mod surnanie')in full, age, length of time they have been in practice,io what school they grad- uated, flnd when, and the position applied lor, whether Surgeon, or Assistant Surgeon. The applications must in all cases be accom- panied by testimonials as to moral character, and not by references. By command of LIEUT. GEN. E, KIRBX" SMITH. S. S. ANDERSON, Ass't Adj't General. Louisiana, Arkansas, and Texas papers copy 6 times. no 29—6ts* ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE. The undersigned was appointed administratrix •f the estate of John B. Ives deceased, at the No- vember term of the county court of Red River coun- ty, for 18G3. This is therefore to notif* all persons holding claims against the s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 January 1864

* CLARKSVILLB, SATURDAY, JAN. 9th 1864. HAKLES DeMORSE, Editor & Proprietor Vol. 20 . . . . No. 31. Subscription In Advance, $4 for 6 months. Plant Corn, We learn that there are some unpatriotic, and contemptibly selfish persons—planters £ho have been hitherto exempt from military service, who fay that as the government takes a tenth of their products for tax, and as much more as it needs, at a moderate price, they will plant no more this year than will suffice for their own necessities. These persons are so thoroughly wrapped up in selfishness that they do not appreciate their ex- emption from the hardships, .and privations of mil- itary service—do not appreciate that they are em- inently favored by the opportunity to stay at home and forward their private interests, while other men more meritorious,sacrifice all io the public interest*, but they are dissatisfied because they cannot grind the government and the families of absent soldiers all in their money mills, and crush eve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 January 1864

CAPJTOI.. NOV. 12, lf>3. JE3.it- i xfrllctrry. Jr.nn Gill Shorter : Pear Sir —A corstiruent of ttin^-Col. B. 11 -Pukcrinp, ol Marengo county, is mailing fx- celltnt cottor vurms for the manufacture of bai?irp. and heavy cl thing for negroes, wi?h- jDut the w>e oi card3. He gins th* cotton elow- ly, 90 as to throw larg« flakes tbr ugh the flue which are canght in a laup'r ^ u^ket, placed under the fine, and taken to tLc-.-i iuDingwjtaecl, without piessing the cotton, i Col. Pickering informs me that his best spinners average eight ■ tysburg answer cut> per day. Since he has made this discov- j orphans ot' erv he has abandoned the use of cards in mak- ing coarse yarns. I herewith send you a spec- imen of the yarn for exhibition. Believing this a matter of much importance to our country, 1 have taken the liberty ol mak- ing this communication. Very respectfully, W. E. BLAKE. Col. John B. Walker, of Madison, Ga., had 500 acres planted in Chinese Sugar Cane this year. He is the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 January 1864

7 Jh tip k*. w | T water, and will goon be raised. Until she is brought up, no one can tell with certainty why she sank. It was through no fault of her"ov- erhang," for she apparently took in no water # except at her forward hatch, and hawse hole. O Xj -A. IR "EL S "V ILLE3 It was, to the best of my knowledge, through the inattention, neglect, and bad management of those an board >that the vessel wa£ lost.— Had the puuips 9een set at work when the waves first dashed in, it is probable thit the Weehawken would at this moment be^fl>at.— Had the bara with which her compartments we*e made water Sight, been rin theii; proper places it is quite likely that the dire calamity would never have occurred—Correspondence of the N. Y* Herald. SATURDAY, JAN. I6th 1864. CHARLES De$ORSE; Editor & Propiietor. Vol. 20 No. 32, Subscription In Advance, $4 for 6 months. 8INKING OP THE MONITOR WEEHAW- KEN—GREAT LOSS OF LIFE. United States Transport Fulton, off Charles- ton, Dec. 8.—At two o'cloc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 January 1864

HI, U ! -L. The London Turns /.rAw.- Rurpin. find the I'm'o 1 Sthtw .1 a parallel between The following items are from Flake's Bulletin HejU) Qoartebs, Dept. TPAfirs-Mississippi. The British sloop-of-war, at anchor off the bar Shteveport, La. Nov. 11th 1803 The F ib «'« h:jveth y«s?ert. gained jx^ession proves to be the Lilly, mounting five guns,one f Extract! of he M'^if^ppi.vet i>urteen steamers have need 100 oounder Armstrong, two 64s rifled, and gpecjal orders two 32s smooth bore. She sailed from Havana with sealed orders,to be opened off San Louis, which ordered the Captain to report to the British Consul here. h? rtoi> its A:ut-r3. and no ve^is can pang up or down the Btream without running the rUk ot be- ing fired on from the banks. The cases are exact- ly parallel. The wsr is continued b/the people of the country in the untiring spirit of hatred.— 1.1 what Hussia has to *lo, to keep her unprofitable and useless hold on Poland, the Federals may see the task they will ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 March 1864

\ si? - tie ftiiiui 9 clarksville SATURDAY, MARCH 5th, 18C4. CHARES De MORSE, Editor & Proprietor, Vol. 20 No. iiG. Subscription In advance, $4 for six months. TELEGRAPHIC, Shreveport, Feb. 10., 9 p. m.—Gen. S. P. Lee has met Gen. Sherman in battle, defeat- ing him completely. He killed, wounded, and captured six thousand. Sherman is now re- treating rapidly in the direction of Vicksburg and Gen. Lee pursuing. Dispatch received in Alexandria on the 18th, received here this evening at 9 o'clock, official, and reliable. Shreveport Feb. 21.—A letter just received here from Alexandria, states that Longstreet has whipped Foster at Knoxville, badly , Fed- eral loss ten thousand. -Northern papers re- ceived at Alexandria, acknowledge Sherman's defeat near Jackson Miss. Expect to get full particulars to morrow. Alexandria, Feb. 18.—Official information has been received here that Gen. Stephen D. Lee attacked Sherman at Jackson, Miss., and about six miles from Jackson got him into a trap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 March 1864

\ ■! X CLAR^SVILLE SATURDAY, MARCH 12th, 18G4. CHARES Df, MORS ft, Editor <fc Proprietor, ~~VolT20 . . . T No. 37. Subscription in advance, $4 for six months. TELEGRAPHIC Cincinnati, Feb. 1(5 - through here yesterday. Gen. Scofield, ana Stonoman arrived at Knoxville on the 9th inst The situation at Knoxville is unchanged. Union cit'zeas re- port Longstreet bus the railroad iu uuning or- der to Strawberry plains. The Gazette's Chattanooga dispatch of the 12th inst., says it has rained furiously for the past 24 hours. The situation of Johnston's ar- remains unchanged. Sherman's progress excites great consternations among the rebels Eighty four deserters came in Saturday. Gen. Foster parsed j .A xT'E7-" TXSI "JM" r-k | Thirty (.'entg per line for each ins No advertisement, of whsit ?ver br for les* than three dollars Obituary notices inserted a? advent ;<ej)ent« pay required in advance RA.T~ on, evr ?.■>.- HOME MANUFACTURES. The Telegraph has been shown some sam- recommendatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 March 1864

•f V & Iv % %• % • H--T- Shrevepvrt, Mnvch 1, 18(>4. Dear News:—T L. y beloro mc^v.r;! late Northern papers, for the lorn of wh;oh i am indebted to Gen. Boggr They aft: as late as the i?b'h from Memphis, ISth from Sr. Louis, 17th from Cincinnati, and 2d from .New Or- leans. A gentleman informs mo ..that the Chi- cago times of the 17th is here, also, but this I have not seen. He says that the limes con- tains an account of the day of -sailing of two of Contracts have b.-tr- tt-k ia Ah.brtra to many' prison-..r.' and «.rti'!ery. Gea. L e has furnish &:lt at SI pcrbushel, and some even at whipped the i*ukee ;n VirVnU, killi *ai §'j wounding mo^e than in any prev:.">u3 b ftie of Gen. Cass is said to be so feeble that he can* not live much longer. the war. This news comes 6trn j;ht ;irh Indiana.—The New York Trihunssays the shim Democracy of Indiana are, ff possible, following our rams lrom England. There is abscnce of news in all the papers before me— j scarcely a dispatch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 March 1864

t ! i be t 01.- jm' i Ui- « s < our "r sty.>. M-uv rj-iet 'ir'lc town was II U! i • Itr- eJ .a -GI. .'.n>S :*.i : tb row a w^o w , ac epuv. Sxtit'iraent s n*ic cfrys ago. by He arvesttvi the .c.-3 tint the jsybawkers were making Monro county, un •> -Ue ••et • * preparations to come, aud rob, and pi lage ou" pr>vH JauoTy -j><h 1801. a'luLfod taaMVe. citizcnn From certain intormation, it would He coate^e I : luu \e act w i« itj vio! i\i > i ot apytear that a ira.:g of uia'efiotora from Mer- ithe coostititioo.ai;l h s arrest il!^gi!, a id W43 mer to liver, did corns wi!hin about fuur mil?a brought before jud^e French un^er the writ ct our town, robing several planters of their of habeas c^rr u<. CH ARES De MOllSE, Editor & Proprietor, horses, anus, clothing &c. Rumor goes on to j ^ The Court afiii ms the constitutionality of the O X-i A. IR, KS VILLE SATURDAY', MARCH 19th, 1864. Vol. 20 No. 38. say, that Oz itne Carriers, who commands such .law, aod r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 March 1864

\\ o Ul • wcjmmznvmet* 'jU FEDiiE A'i E *-4 STATES. JO- NT fc i:. !.Li I TON IN RELATION TO TIIE WA*. - ]>>oive i b\ the Cuiijgress cfthe Confederate St- 'e- ol An*er.ea, That the present is deemed a fit'mar oe a ii u to remind the people of the Confederate .Stat# thai they ore engaged in a f:ft ut'ele if t the preservation both of'iberty, end ci\ iliza*i< n, and that no sacrifice ' f life or fcirunc cs<n be t o costly which may be requi- si-.e to st'fu e to themselvesi and their posteri- ty the «t j ymert of these inappreciable bless- ing: at d at.-o to assure them that, in the jndsr- ni -pt of the Congress, the resources of the country, developed with energy, husbanded with care, and applied with fidelity, are more than suRl ient to support the most protracted w*r w'-ieh it can be necessary to wa-jce lor our ind* •reudenec. and to exhort them by evuy consideration which c*n influence freemen,and patriots to a magnanimous surrender of a'l per- sonal, and prrty f< uds...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 March 1864

' #.- ^ * *%; tfr %} lm&$ mm •*;' A? m$m ,;^; P .V Vb®iL ffejyfSN llfw' •# • a&& ,r ^uSW . ' -v.w V«^ jVww.f, * r - ■ -V ;\'v > ;> ' •••■ ■• ;■ ■•■'*$?:'< i- fTiffiR Richmond, Feb. 22.—The president receiv- ed a di-patu'h to day from Gov. Mikon, of Fla , stating that Gen. Finuegau reports that he met the enemv in full force on the 20th inst. ; and defeated him. with great loss, and captur- j ed five picces of artillery; also, that he holds I possession of the batt'.efielT, with the killed,and j wounded of the enemy, having captured large 1. - _ {numbers of prisoners. Confederate loss he (Hi ARES De MORSE, Editor & Proprietor,; states to be 200 killed and wounded. Gen. Finnegan's last dispatch from camp CLARKSVILLE SATURDAY!, MARCH 26th, 1804. Vol. 20 No. 39. Subscription In advance, $5 for six months. Cotton Cardi—The Coanty CDart. i Some months ago, notice was given by the State authorities to the several counties,that a large number of cotton cards had bee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 March 1864

(, K-! AUPKBSS Of PRESIDENT DAVIS. In the long, and bloody war in which your country is engaged you hare achieved many noble trimpbs. Yoa have won glorious victo- ries over vastly more numerous hosts. You have cheerfully born privations, and toil to which you were unused. You have readily submitted to restraints upon your individual will, that the c'tizen might better perform his dnty to the State as a soldier. To all these you have lately added another triumph—the noblest of human conquest—a victory overyoar selves. As the time drew near when you who first entered the service might well have been expectcd to claim relief from your arduous la- bors, and restoration to the cndcarme its of home, you have heeded only the call of your suffering country. Again you come to tender your service for the public defence—a free off- ering which only such patriotism as yours could make—a triumph worthy ol yoa, and of the cause to which you are devoted, I would in vain attempt adequately to ex- p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 April 1864

CLARKSVILLE, SATURDAY APlUL 21, 18*51. C! Li ARES He MOIU K, Editor & Proprietor, Vol. 20 No. 40. Bab3orlptSoa la act/aacs, 33 for six months. THE PAN 11 J. On t he publication of the Currency Bill,pass- ed by Congress^prices immediately'-kaped up/' Everything has an upward tendency. Y e=.ter- dav, whiskey, which hul.bena scHing ten days ago for 8'K) per gallon, eould n t be bought lor $120. Brown ?ugar §12,50 em's per pound, by the hogsh°ad, and nom offjr.ns:. S'>:ne or' the dealers have abo'u'cly xhu; up, and revis- ed to do business at all, prefer ing to hold on to the goods, rather than to receive anythiug in the thap^ of money largsr than a five dollar note. All this is but the resultof the sudden pan- ic, into which the country has h en thrown by the unexpected repudiation of a portion of the currency. It is however, the mere influx of the tide, and its reflux wilt reduce prices to their old rtandaid. It seems to be generally conceded,by all par- ties, that prices will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 April 1864

!i :he | .viloCx thoa^uds, lose thoi sp:;id as mm? thous* 1 j,S3 -J j i ;i,. - .iff li . r editorial column j of the *'.t ii.j Oiz-.tr.e. * .«■ juai, * id forcible i^n ir*eriii.i- tv_r-. Commissaries and tn'ids ot Bureau . wh-> her j iV, w;r aid s nail pnv .t-j fortune*, I o:c,v iive like pnaees, driva their hordes thm .-o-> > and.i cc d dlars ut a-.i 1-; i i -gratifying tlr-ir b*asi!y ar>potitis; all si ;h on; i -h >hnu'. 1 know that they are looked upon us thrives bythe c-immunity. Those whj a t au :5'0 property so rapidly from a sJ'iy of -SL?psr month; those who wi.-h t'> have r:-c "p's^igoed fjr larger amo iots' than they have pail ou., thoyaie placed in the game cattery. Those who -j.sk person1? to siirn bhnk receipts sril j3ct if;'c^ r< grave sasp:e;on. No q'li-termast. r c.n nia\o mr>o;y unhi-'s he is a thief. FortusM great ;u ;ny h g* who vv y':i- r.t! 8 ie'vu! Or i No <>4 I la p i < t yr }■ . n ti.'e ? • ^Ljf ri'iic !!o..i > j >e nie.i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 April 1864

... F> . * 1 •*#v: i? C L A. H IKS "V' X X. L IB , SATURDAY APRIL 16, 1864. CHARES De MORSE, Editor k Proprietor, Vol* 20 No. 41. Sttboeitption tn advance, $5 fcr six months* TI1E TAX BILL. The" Congrc;* of the Confederate. States of America do enact: Tbit in addi*: !• to the taxes levied by the ,£uct to lay taxe: to- the common defense, and 'o carry on tbe £ vera®ent of the Confederate States," approved 24th of April, 1863, there shall be levied i'o>n the passage of this act, on the subjects of 'axation h°reafter mertioned, and collected from every person,co-partnership, association or corporation liable therefor, taxta as follows, to wit. I—^Upon the valu° of property, real, person- al and mixed, of ev«ry kind, and dcsciintion, aot herein after exempted, or taxed at a diff- erent rate, five per pent: Provided, that from thistrx on the va'uc of property, emplovod ;r agriculture, "ba'l be deducted the vilue of tbe fax in kind delivered therefrom, as assessed undei^the law impo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 April 1864

T mM 1 II Bllil CONFKl'KKATE C0NSC1UP110N ACT. *v l«t.—lfiis extra -hi., a, • - ;••-.•• in cases in which th^rc is w ^ mi mi a {'U Section 1, Provides that alt white men res on the farm, vr plantation not xr.h'<c to uiil.ta- idfnto of the Confederate States, between the ry duty, nor unless thy person c'iicrung the ages of Ecventecn^nd fiity,shall be in the mil- exemption was on the first day oa January, itary service ot the Conlederatie Suues during 1804, either i ;J f y H. t\ I.c3t*rry Set" ?e ''ho. Everett. *' ►i'K-l River ceuimylfeet "No, i , a"H/Ware .{ ytars old branded not legi'ile on the l -ft ah >uUter, value-i at$75 by H. F .Murray i A^ J. Hudson. the owner, and mimager, or over- i THE STATE OF TEXAS. To the Sheriff of Fannin County. Summon John Duncan, Rebecca Duncan, and tfce%ar. ?. iseer of said p'anr&Utton. See. 2, Provides than all between the ages ! 2d.—Such a person sha'l fit st execute a bond ' of eighteen, and forty five now in serviec shall payable to th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 April 1864

JP& !: ■ ' W *-V iy.' Qaft*. • ■■ P§''v life; V**& SSI^UV-" Sfe * i '•!?- *? > ■ > -w 4 £32$*: iv ^Jll &s* /• • <? Ah CLARKSVILLE, SATURDAY APK1L 80, 18C4. CHARES De MORSE, Editor & Proprietor, j by ttie enemy i U Invasion of thtir country To' his be*e'v#d fooilj we tender oar heart ' U«i fall, wrfcakii tenfold their venp *ncf . fel* sympathy in this their hour or sadness, and GeoeralMaxeyftiny snstsisned his feenutation wour nfn'g, and truxt the Alipigaty i*t4io'peift> m a prudent ©*wejr*L aad &«*e* «ful Huhier, per*; tye 'wind t* the shorn &b" wi!l fend thatfc^ tif eomlort to their,stLicken kdifcs wWiok *# alone sustain them, in this affliction. ' lie tyre* in gl rj, and his spe iking dtwt, lias uiore of life than half its bre^jthing mold.** NOTICE. At th^ March Term of the Countv Court of Ls- both by his gaWstftry upoffc'tlw 4UU#* d h's ingenuity in atHtefcing, gaining the errtire con- fidence of all engaged, and the eonftdence of the Indians t...

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