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

V CLABKSVILLE purchareon behalf of the fanulieu. ot soldiers. NOTICE TO CONFLDEKA I'E TAX PAYERS III. A 1 agents appointed by the public author- ities of any State, county, or town, to pupp y food You are hereby notified that I will attend at the for the families of soldiers, are authorzed to pur- 'ollowing places toeollect the Confederate Tax tor eha«e the portion unappropriated bv the Govern- 1864, via: ' ment, lor the objf ct of their tru-t. The Command- At Clark«ville on the 23,24, 25, and 26 of Novem- tr of Conscrpts. or the Chief Comnrssary of each Iter. and the last week in December. SATURDAY NOV. 19th 1804 CilABLKS DeMORSE, Proprietor Vol. 21 No 5. Of late the Yankees have adopted the most ex- traordinary preventive precautions at Wilmington. They nave two lines of b ockaders, stationed like two lines of sentinels, or pickets, around the en- trances into theCape 1'ear; the first near the shore 88 may be, and the second well out to sea. These olookaders,or guard sh i ps.are t...

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

TKLKGKAPl/lC l M- i ry Camden, Nov. 6. Richmond, Oct. fft.—Kar'y has ii-.-ufd-n ien^by ar.ii eloquent address to his troops. JI e attributes his recent defeat to tiro ibgraeeful propensity to plunder, an<l panic, and appeals to them to fit and t>y Uieir colors in future at all hazards, and retrieve their reputation. President I': vis issued proclamation that l^th of November i-e a uaj ot worship for deliverance, and peace. St. Louie, Oct. -■"i —(ion. Rosecran?,and staff,are be\ond Lexington-, with line of communication to St Louis. c'.-^Gen. Curtis' encounter with the rebel advance, which has formed the subject of stunning reports trom Kansas, has not been attended with much fighting, and no material lo e on either side. Reb- el main body not included in skirmish. Curtis' army is one fourth volunteers, the rest militia. No reliance is placed on Lane, and Blunts' re- ports. Forrest lias joined ITocd. Sherman's condition very-critical. Enormous fraud discovered in Indiana electi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 June 1865

V f * •v. * STANDAll. n VOL. 23. CLABKSVILLE, BED R IV E B COUNTY, TEXAS, JOE 10, 1861. \0. -17. i General Intelugencb. | Mississippi river, hevond the limits of actual mili- War Department, Washington, May 13. i tarJ occupation is forbidden; and all licenses, or Mai Gen Dix- i Permlt8> "J which such intercourse has been au- The 'ollowinff dispahh has just been received j thorized, are suspended until further orders; any from Geo. Wilson, announcing the surprise and *> bring m products,or take out supplies, capture of Jefferson Davis, and his staff, by Col. £iitchard,and the Michigan cavalry, on the Wight Of the 10th inst., 84 'Irwinville, Irwin coui ^Geor- gia. EDWARD M, STANTON. Secretary of War, Macon, Ga., May 12—11 a. m. To Lieut. Gen. Giant, and the Hon. Secretary cf War, Washington: * 1 havetbe honor to report that at daylight on the morning ot the 10th inst., Col. Pritchard, com- manding the 4th Michigan cavalry captured. Jeff Davis, and family, together with John H. R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 June 1865

/ CHARLES DE MORSE) EDITOR, & PROPRIETOR ' V tora'Heariopof cotton next year, e7ery man at moderate now, but fortune lavorin^ ma;v f eoome leiist a little. larger ere Ions. Trusting in God that m «y happy days yet aw «it all our old frienda, we make our, best bow to th^rn, and hope to see their pleasant iapes, and hear from them frequently, CL ARKSVILLE, SATURDAY JUNE 10th 1865 The Change. Within a few weeks, the aspect of affairs in the South, has changed—one of those sudden, and marvellous changes,which establish an erajn his- tory, and an era in the life,and business avocations, of ca-h individual living in the country affected and co.itrolled by the change. In the i.-ew order of events, ea^ch citizen has new duties; and they are obvioys. No matter what may have been his predilections in the late coi'teat, dow fully terminated—no matter what political divisions, or acerbities ot old—in all the South each man should be a brother, and each woman a siater;aud it should be the co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 June 1865

THE STANDARD. 'I L. 23. f LARKS VILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, J I X E 17, 181M. \0. -iS. i ■rn •ial < 'orrespondence ot the S'iinlay Mercury. THE NEW ADMINISTRATION. I'ftKS! J>KNT JOHNSON* *S I'OI.ICY rORESHA DO VV r I). *A"ishington, April 21. It is an incalculable -dng to the American people, at this juncture, we have in Andrew Johnson a Presi dent who i; li.-cS' fully up to the popular American idea of ; >t a Chief Magistrate shot ltd he—a vigorous. ; ' nipt, able, determined man; one who will not i i "I dare not wait upon I would" in any good • mi, or work, necessary to preserve the dignity of {he Republic, and give it the proper status in the . -..illy of nations. From direct conversation with Mr. Johnson, ; ;n diejutsions with his friends, and from a eare- i ' perusal o' his published speeches, I am enabled t :> ay before the readers of the Sunday Mercury a ' • S statemeiif regarding the new President's polit- : views, wl at his probable course of policy will be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 17 June 1865

V mmi CHARLES DE MORSE, I' 1 T O K , & P R 0 1' K I K T 0 R c Xj -A- RK SVIL LE FATI'IUIAV JI' N E ;7ih1S'i5 ttv are nut 5:' ri/r st toannounce B. II. Kp|nT oar, !«?•" I' r t.oVci no. I f the state- or Ttxas. li t!<-l eadquarters, Tran«-Mi s. Department, _ \ vice fr Houston, May ->t>, l(Vk>. ) tleyizt Ihedav after I refused the demand otthe Fed- .jj ),0 to surrender this Department. <dt Sbre\eport for Houston. I, ordered the Mis- Arkansas, ami Louisiana troops to follow, e w?s to concentrate the entire .strength country; became at last utterly outraged ia feeiinS —human nature—the haman nature of intelligent men revolted at the continued, and systematic impo- sitions—and the soldier5! did "abandon" a General! who evinced no capacity to accomplish anything with their aid; but who ignoranrly only made them i subservient to the objects of the most ignoble class ,n tlie world—the vultures who prey ut>on the mis- fortune of their country,; and the sufferings of its ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 24 June 1865

VOL. 2 3, CLARKSVILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS. JOE 24, IS 65. so.;)«. B \ V PROCLAMATION. BY THE PRESIDENT. Whereas, The President ot tlxej U. States on the 8th day of December, 1803, and on the 28th day of March, 1804, did with the object of sup- pressing the existing rebellion, to induce all per- sons to return to their loyalty, and restore the au- thority of the United States, issue a proclamation PLANTATION REGULATIONS. Headquarters, Dept. ofthe Gulf, j New Orleans,March 11,1805. J General Orders, No, 23. HIRE,|AN D COMPENSATION OF LABORERS. Voluntarv contracts heretofore made between !1 offering amnesty, and pardon to certain persons j Planters, and Laborers, or which hereafter piay be who had directly, or by implication, participated I made, will be submitted to the Superintendent of in said rebellion; And whereas, Many persons who j Freedmen, and if found by him to be fair, and hon- had so engaged in said rebellion, have since the is-! est to the laborers, will be by him con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 24 June 1865

I swim. CH4RLES DE MORSE, K M T O 11 , A: I' K 0 1' It I H T O It CLAEK S "V ILLE SAT I "it DAY JUNG 24fh ISflJ /. Death of President Johnson. | Killing, i I The cm:!,.-Wing discontinued, *e are under tliej Bias Miller, a grocery keeper in oar Town, of reditu srfrotn report, an eveat of magni. „as killed this morning by two discharges Irom a : J'" l'; i'■•rtaf.^regnaat with importance to the Peo-J „l,0t gun in the hands of Marcos .1. Anderson, a :uI the . ! Jeweller, who havl t een charged bv Miller with { Fr°m *"Wal * <>•« "eing Clem ; et,alillg a smal, aiamond ,rom # ^ • coa_ . .Thompson, formerly a resident of our county, and flJed to him for repair. The killing occured at - jjust in from Dardanelle, Arkansas, we learn that he i jL South-east corner of the Public s,,uare, nearly * Isaw' in Fort Sm"h' 1q J Ut,le Eock |,aper ' «d inVn Wat oi the Poet office. The first discharge the Memphis Argus, accounts of the death of Presi-S Wke Miller's left leg, half why between tl.e an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 1 July 1865

e VOL. 2 3. CLARKSVILLE, RED RIVER COL X T V. TEXAS, JULY 1, 1805. AO. Ill, LETTER FKOM GEN. SHERMAN. New York, May 25.—The following is the letter | of Sherman complaining o/ the suppression 61 his • official reports. , j Camp near Alexandria, May 10. j Dear Bowman-.—1 have just arrived; all my ar-i mv will be in to day. ADDRESS OF GOV MURPHY TO THE PEOPLE OF ARKANSAS, Executive Office, Little RdcU, Ark. May 10th, 18G5 Fellow Citizens:— We trust that the war is over; that precious, I have been lost to tfie world! cherished peace is at hand, that soon ail good mfen in the woods for some time past, yet upon arriving ; can go to their several homes, and live with thiir at the settlements I found that I made quite a stir families in security, under the protecting power of among the people at home, and that the most sin- j law faithfully executed. ister motives have been ascribed tome. I have I Organized armies have ceased to contend. Our made frequent official reports of my official ac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 1 July 1865

V* i.Mrate uts ULlil a if, \ >icn 0' i CHARLES DE MORSE, EDITOR, & PR O^K IETOR CLA RKSVILLE SATURDAY JULY 1st 18G5 **>.„ W« «re authorized to announce B. II. Kpperson a- iaaitiate tor Oovernor of tbtj State ot Texas. Grant and Sherman. i-r the old order o; thing*;, holding over i Maximilian will go from Mexico in a hurry Al j. Mali to Jefferson. hiaate successor relieves him,as by pro- the forces of Europe combined, could not prevent Maj. Rose.who fftr the ptst two years has enrn;d se old, and unquestioned law of the State, it, if they were to try: we doubt whether much et- the mail from Houston to the armies east? of the [and take the usual oath to ' support the constitu- fort will be made. They cannot transport troops Mississippi, has commenced carrying the mail be- 1 tion or the United States, and all laws made in j past the U. S fleets: and if the Gulf were open,they tween Clarksville, and Jefferson, until such time a3 • pursuance thereof," have it registered as requi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 8 July 1865

VOL.23. GLABKSY1LLE, BED R H E R 10 U ST Y, 1E X A S, JULY 8.18J3. .\0. 41. GERRIT SMITH'S SPEECH AT COOPER INSTITUTE. > punishment to be dealt out to the leaders of the j South, if any evidence was given establishing their 1 guilt in treason. Mr. Smith replied, and contin- The pith of the speech of Gerrit Sorth, deliver- • ued.i| ed at the Cooper Institute, in New York, on Mon-1 No puni sbment at all! I hold the South to be day evening lakt, is contained in tue following— | punished enough, aye, and too much ! (Prolong- the opening passage. The 'South, in plunging the Nation into 'this horrid war, committed the greatest crime of the "age, The North, under the persistent clamors of the press, and pulpit to punish the South for trea- son, is in danger of committing the mean crime of the age. (Cheers.) Lip3 and pent no more influ-. ential than mine can do but little to avert this dan- ger, but what little they can do shall be d^ne; for, if this mean crime shall be committed, I shal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 8 July 1865

j_ir— r;We reiterate the call upon out" citizen" to f come ifc'or send in, aud subscribe Wheat or Cora- Head Quarters, Districtroi Te^a*. ^ Galveston, June 19, 1805 j CHARLES de morse; y D I T 0 R . & PROPRIETOR LAEZSVILLE SATURDAY JULY 8th 1865 lor thf Indigent Indians, whtf%ave protected then* j Until the^arrival of tie proper Treasury Agents in the ^Bsession of their proff&ty for foifr yearp "in this District, all cotton may be turned into the P*vi<™. We have filled 4eir np.. so fa||~ promptly, from the contributii&ns of a' few .of ov&-- States Purchasing Agents. In case of such con- citizene. All, who have surplus grain, and there signment, bills of lading will be given, and the own- im , - r.. ■ 9-. ~. ...« --11 V. l.lc r.fnn lv f.ir are hundreds of them, should subscribe at once. B© We call special attention to the^card of De Nor, and Adams, Physicians, and Druggists: There is a report here, that large bodies of Federal Cavalry will be sent into Northern Tex...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 15 July 1865

VOL, 2 3. CLARKSVILLE, RED R1V E I COUSTY, TEXAS, J L' L Y 13, 1865. M. 4 2. REVERDY JOHNSON ON ILLEGAL OATHS. The letter written by Reverdy Johnfon, of Ma- ryland, in October last, in relation to voting on the proposed new constitution in that State, is again made the subject of much comment. He as- serted concerning the oath required by that con- stitution, that no moral injunction waiild be viola- fed by taking it, because its exaction was beyond the authority of the convention, and as a law, it was therefore vuid. . It is alleged by many that the doctrine herein taught by Mr. Johnson will be eagerly accepted and applied by those who have been active in the rebellion, and are yet hostile to the government,in dealing with oaths required by the President's am- nesty proclamation, and prescribed as qualifica- tions for voting under the provisions made for re- organizing StateGovernments at tbesouth. There are iwo reasons for believing that we need beuu- der no apprehension'on this p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 15 July 1865

land^ty W Lite labor. It will pay better than Wheat; ' The Southern Upland grain region of this latitude/'and below, can produce good cotton. CHABLE8 DE MORSE, jit will be cultivated by the heretofore exclusively K 1) I T O R , & PROPRIETOR. £ra'n givers, beat*.<se it will pay. The amount CLARKSVILLE, SATURDAY JULY 15th 1865 We ar« authorized toannoanre B, H, Kpperaou, Esq, us candidate lor Governor of th« State of Toxm. not in all, come anywhere Dear making the same general aggregate, as under the old system of la- bor; and the result is inevitable, that the price 7nwt tend upward; and therefore the masses of the Southern Agriculturists will be benefitted, at the For the convenience of occasional purchas- expense of manufacturers and consumers—the re- ers, the Standard will be found at the Clarksville, - sui j the wrong perpetrated bv the mauufaafai- l'aris, and Bonham Post Offices, for sale by the sin-t ring interest upon what it terms the Slaveholding gle copy. I aristocra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 22 July 1865

VOL, it, CLARHSYILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS. J t L V •> o - ~ ! 18 6 5. X0. 43. a case like this, where conviction precedes the bearing,and sentence comes before the trial.— PRESIDENT JOHNSON'S SPEECH TO i gro. 'iho e who own the land have the capi- Under other circumstances, and at other THE SOUTH CVROLIN A. DELEGATION. ila* to €mP*°y help, and therefore some ot our-times, I would pause in doing that which I j Northern Hriends are deceived,when they, liv-,now do without hesitation, and with a perfect Washington June 21. A delegation from ! aiar ^ink rhey can exercise a greater | conviction that it is due to you that it should South Carolina conJistin" of the following !contro! over the freedmen than the Southern \ be done. The exercise of the Executive pow- named person* had; late this afternoon, an in-imen who have been reared where the institu~:er in the proclamation of the 2d ot May, 1*65, terview by app'ointoKjnt with the President: ; tl0n oi slavery has prevailed. Now he ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 22 July 1865

CHARLES DE MORSE. KMT Oil, & PROPRIETOR C IE-A. IC SVILLE f SATURDAY JULY 22d 1805 lorn encej why is ^cessnry to enti- 's^res to t^is prote^Sbi'j by turther Ttie American Citizens oi African Descent. J§ ~ eTuit now cur African' brethren, wallowing tionf^ 0mt old Constitution jH[its t-^ud there ijp the mire of Liberty—such portion of them was raycr anj^pquiieirieit^ or usage undei j^'have indeed; like "ail intoxicated jpsons, the ■Constitution' ofr the L. S; that State Con-' violate occasionally, that reasonable medium stiLutions miisL he changed to conform to the i.v?hifcli it,ii nccessarv to observe, to make even arbitrary taste of the President. . Surely if alii pleasures satifactory. the rebels deserve to be put without the pale, J ^smy 0f them'have gratified their propc-nsi- ditfiioichised, and deprived of property, there ri^sfor idleness till tliey have found their way can be no reason stated,why people always loy- into the regular army of* the U. S.; and others Jt ir jal s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 22 July 1865

TEXAS. proclamation' by the president united states of amkhi - wnEREAS, the fourth sectiori of the fourth article of the Constitution cfjhe United States, declares that the United States shall guarantee to every State in the Uni<5i^ a republican form of coverninent, and. protcct each 01 them against invasion, and/ domestic violence : and rcherea?, the President of the United States it ' by the Constitution, made Commander in-chiel of the army and navyj as well as chief civil executive oilj^er of thd. United States, and is • bound by f^lenin oath faithfully to cxecute the office of President of the United States, and to take czy& that the laws be faithfully executed; and vptiereas, the Rebellion which has been w& ired/f)y a portion of the people of the United St/tcs apainst the properly constituted author- ities ot the government thereof, in the most / vielfntj apd revolting form; but whose or- /> ganized, and armed forces have now been al- most entirely overcome, has, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 22 July 1865

•y A bill fixing the legal status of the colored peo- ple of Tennessee, lias passed the lower branch of the Legislature of that State, It guarantees the .sanctity of the matrimonial relation among them, bu: forbids their intermarriage with whites. All laws in'force for the benefit of married women, ttri'I children are to apply to people of color, provi- de i that coiorc$ children shall not be admitted to the schools with the whites. Colored persons ixi tv be witnesses in all State cases in court against each other, but not atrainst white persons; and no contract between a white, and colored person shall be binding unless made in writing, and witnessed by a/white person. Colored persons are subject to the same penalties for crimes as the whitesmith the addition that rape by a colored man on a white woman shall be death. There are various other provisions in the bill;but these are the most prom- inent. J # The late Virginia elections were held only in nine counties. Since the third of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 29 July 1865

A. VOL. 2 3. CLAIiKSVILLE, RED R1V E P. COUNT Y >TEXAS, J lrL Y 2 9 , 1 8 6 5". so. n. 4* It ADDRESS OF GOVKllNOtt WELLS, OK LOUISIANA. ;r:- a -The Memphis Ar- -Perrnil me to thank von not only in- dividually for four words of comfort, and en- couragement, but though you the numerous fellow citizens whop) ycu represent, for this unmerited compliment. The consciousness that I have dore what I thought to be for the betrt interest of our war wrecked, and impoverished State; is indeed some recompense for the trials of public-hie, but to know that my acts have met the approv- al of a geoerous and grateful people is indeed, most gratifying. - Itiscaiu that no man should ,be paid for doing his duty, but the confidence of the people is not only the surest indication that duty has-been done, but the richest re- ward a public servant should aspire to receive. 1 behdted it my duty to go to Washington, [went. My\intervi w with the President was t)oth agree-.bie, and satisfactory. He manifes-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 29 July 1865

* i * . CHAKLES DS MOUSE, i: u I X Oil , k P II 0 P IIIETOR CLARKSVILLE. SATURDAY JULY 20 th 1805 fj For thy convenience of occasional purchaa- -rr-,-the Standard will be found at the Clarksville, Paris, and Lcaham Post Offices, for sale by the sin- gle copy. General 3. Kirby Smith's farewell Address. We call attention to the communication of t'en. S. B. 5faxey,showing that Gen'I. Smith's ecmplaint of desertion by his troops,upon which we have had occasion to comment heretofore, was unwarrantable in its statements. General Smith's Farewel! complaint, and fanciful decla- ration of a "Commander without an army," was written at Houston cn the 30th May; and the very am y whose abandonment he complains of, bad beet surrendered at New Orleans, on (he 26th, by his order; and under his explicit authority: General Bucknet his Chief of staff,, representing him, in the surrender. Further- more Gen. Magruder had authorized the dis- charge of the troops in Texas, on the 24th, be- cause he believ...

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