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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 29 July 1865

New i ork, July lU, reinstated in Norfolk. A Deb J'n ridcut ij '.veil i who dra^ i lived in Your St a' cession, 1 to force t| ubcut this matter, I ion.'t think' you are so; course be pursued with regard to Tc::asas to- very ansjious about retiming poor. . You want ; Wards the other States, and, we, cannot doubt, this clause removed so as to be able to make ! with like Jesuits. The free oasis o!: labor will roonet, don't you? If you are very eager to j naturally be received wit^li many wry faess, but -help the poor, why don't you take the surplus! we think the people will'generally accept it as of the t\yenty thousand dollars you own, and jthe natural result of the war, and a J something give it t:> them. , In that way you will he^p them, and brin yourselves'within the benefits of the proclama- tion. jam Iree to Bay to you, that 1 think ^..some of you ought to be tared at the rate of ij'nver twenty thousand dollars to itelp the poor. When I was Military Governor of Tennessee, [ as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 29 July 1865

Sv c i lal Co: re- pt nde V«'?3binkt"d, Jun nee <• ld.- on nr count / v ** i ; re^i'tera "a hich he has taker, r.n-tre in 'he South. if; <i .y, ami ij- rapidly a? lt will be cf quite a ' C<"'prefs mee's text to that bocy cr not. Tied to letvrn, t>o e Fortunately. in his the executive are q* carry on the guvcru howls, arid gro'.v's ( t e latter are swe ippi proclamation, a SharkeJ. 4s tloverii iLern a tiojw.efriul r<- becora'j jr more intense every snniir.^ an organized form — formidable nntirte by the time December, whether it extends So far as 1 have been eaa- tra ee.-?ion will be called.-- i£e, the powers possessed by tte ample to enable him to ment till then, in spice t malcontent?. v.iz everv day. counting n Tribune >3vaire on.1 •jives the r The Noil b?.d e: ow 0:1 t:j 1 hat ebt laught idicals ch Carotin o>jirh. 1 the CbicagoTimes. -The opposition to the thfc determined stand consequence of the unreliability and practical: 1 hat the Government- has fixed the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 August 1865

VOL.23. CLARKSVILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, A L <i |3 S T 5,1865. \ 0. 4.1, IM PORTA XT CORKED PON" D *ENCE. To His Excellency J. Madison, Wells, Gover- nor of Louisiana: governor—The undersigned, (he Central Executive Committee of the friends of uriiver- t.-d .suffrage, respectfully invite your attention to their organization, and objects. | The,desire to see the elective franchise ex- pended to all the inhabitants of the State who are loyaL without distinction of origin. The rebellion has overthrown the Constitu- tion, and civil Government of Louisiana, and rendered necessary the creation of a new State Government by the direct act of the people. The recent attempt here to re-establish gov- ernment-on a limited, and perfect suffrage, is an admitted failure. You do not profess to hold power bv the form of election which took place in February, 1864. You assert, and ex- orcise a power independent of the formal or- ganic law. Your right to do so, it is n >t our purpose here t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 August 1865

r. 1, therefore, recommend the people of Georgia t ]y, and formally consent, they will be morally f> give-hi?, administration a cordial support. (responsible for. I a'so ccmn.cn d every citizen, who is allowed j q . the;n ] • Casualty. j J In other word? wrocir maybe I On Tuesday morning last, a man whose , , . . . 'put upon tnern by others, while they are pow- name we are told, was Warren, and from San to no so, and who esr-ects to remain in ther * _ . 1 * Ptv n r '* country, to take t>ie oath', and qualify himself, erlessj but they need not go out in public with J Antonio; late cu the Comeaerate service; pas- te vote" or to participate in the future govern-;loud shouts, and throw dirt on their own heads, j our office, in company with a man hamed meet of. the State. Suppose the .mass of our >Jor ^ we believe they will*, Thev cannot be" i Parch man, living in this County: Doth were in- best citizens refuse to tske the oath, and qual-j^ ^ Texas name f or honor, and chivalry ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 August 1865

THE OHEE :E faIctokies of new YORK. Cannon at lli.ciiMOND.—Tbe government i? j recognizing civil Government in Texas,, and f rapidly dismantling the fortifications at Rich-j thereby insure peace, and public tranquility, •monil and Petersburg, and shipping the can- 3. Resolved, That the President of this [meet- 's'I Le treat increase in the production of A-1 noni, <fcc., to tbe Washington and other Xortii- ing take such steps as ha may find nccesj^ry to Ihtfriean cheese, and its exportation abroad jern'navy-yards aijtd arsenals. The number of lay before hi.< Excellency the Provisional Gov- wjthin the last few years, is attributable in a, of all kinds—siege and field—Ts much larger jernor the proceedings herejt. latL'O measure to the improvement in quality j than was originally supposed. Atone time, j Kesolved, That the Paris Press, and all other brVui fct about by the system ot associated dai-! four or five acres, at the landing below Ric-h- , papers in the State desiring civil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 August 1865

r TO TIIL All-AILELS (1- iliEM.E. CHUfiCH SOUTH. T J T*sar Brethren —The event? of the last few xoi.ti 3 Lave placed both the chtiu 'i,an J the coun- try jn greatly altered circumstances, and hence it becomes neetesary to adapt ourselves to our alter- , t.t:cns Our hcteol obtaining a distinct national- ity as a people has been frustrated, and the prov- idence of God seems to have oro'dined that we . shall again be united in civil compact with our former associations ot the North. The Stars and ~~>tripea again wave over us ad in former days, and" it is new our national flag, and should be respect- " d accordingly. We have with our very inade quate means fought through a bloody war, hut have at length been overwhelmed by superior num- r;ers, and have been compelled to yield. Our ar- mies l ave fought bravely, and we have lost no honor in the conflict, and now that the struggle is over, let us at once, and resolutely, apply ourselves to the peaceful avocations of life. Let the young...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 August 1865

A VOL. 2 3. C L A R K S VIL L E, IIE D RIVER C 0I-J T V, TEXAS, AUG 1ST 19, 1805. 50. 17. BAKNUM'3 M US El' M FI RE. ti:*: V.IIOI.K ESTAlvLi.siiMKNT pKSTROTED:— SCENES, AN; INCH K.ST:-.. [From the N. V.Tri1van«?. mate sprang agtiipsfc their bars,which gave way A- number of the birds which were caged j The Savannah Herald says that the Oth and fjDre (J ' .va; v. iih a crash, releasing the in the upper part el the building were set! United States infantry are to garrison Charie?- oca-4?', which lor a moment, a^.paren'ly amazed tree bv pome charitably iuclinec ^ ^? i \ • r , . * "• ,i -in r _ **_ u* their sudden Jiourty, -to«>d iu the middle ot 'first alarm of fire. .cd person ai the ton. At intervals they Hew out. j The fourth of July was celebrated in A li- the floor, Jashm-jr f.no r sides wiiii their tails i There wore many valuable tropical birds—par-! gusta by a negro procession, with banners on and r arlng doleful')'. Almost in the twinkling of an ey the d. rty, | horrible how...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 August 1865

-wr *v.- i CHARLES DE MORSE, H h I T O U , & P H 6 i'KiE T O & P L ARKSVILLE _ SATIIIIDAY AU(J. 10th 1 S<J5. PaschaTa Digest, ' y' We call attention to advertisement of Digest | of the laws, to be published by Geo W. Pas-j chal, which we have no doubt will be a yalua- ^ G £ 0 R G i A • The 1'rovisional Governor l& Ik People. I w4,ai v«v"vi vi v! vt^'ountrv win ? ble work lor the legal profession .ahd ior ready. an address in the City Hall, Macon, on Saturday! turec \vealt i I i i • , * . ,1 • j evening, Jul v lo.which was reported for the Duilv • „ *.• , j" ;re ereneeby citizens who wisu to be well in-.r, ; ir^L-ii u it -• wgLon this n t? i. J telegraph oi inat town. He satcl he had been ap-: •. j I'f-QT" Elgut bushels of sound merchantable wheat v.il be received for one rear's subscription to the Standard. " I ^ork gapers. as The Times. It i«( mpBi important that our people should! General Orders, } .all comprehend (accurately their surroundings - .what is in cant te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 August 1865

TO THE PUBLIC. I I r -i t'* lut [it* l.l- | J; * - ,1 [re lir to re- n J i (.•a he 111 i, ilC- HAVE PRE 1'ARED A DIGEST of tbeConsti-! mons~;vnd Statutes of the Suite of Texas 'in 33L-A.^TKS- f Ever j tin] <d Blacks required for district Conns, C jijctv, or Magistrate.* fourth, SheritFs, Assessor's nr.i Constables, for sale.. c t this iftice: iacludin?; oathct amnesty administered und<jr the rules) and reflations prescribed by the secretary ci: _ .State of the United Stages ; and, in this work, [ f I most earnestly desire, and solicit the cuter- . force with those repealed.*? notes uu<Jer cacti amen J.; isianiTFe*e<ls.""?heie hh#n ks are on superior paf«r" ittl co-operation of the people, go that Georgia ed or 'substituted 'section: and also nates cf the ;an j hTaif respects In up in the bee: style: wili be tnav speedily be delivered of military rule; that ci^ons ;ne supreme ' ouns oi I osc-vs and the U- <=0j,t at Si-.50per# kire.hostage extra lh-iafc. Deeds h« B«y on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 August 1865

'■aJ«LiL- We see in the N. O. .Times, an d ficia1! the holder shall give bond, as herein prescrib jlencc to overturn the government to which He .press, and her ladiei were deckcd it is un— J U OVTf-:: j made under these instructions,theJDenurtnient J cent, and entitled to exercise all the rights of who V ive had some L'ocd reason to suspect ilteir beloved Emperor was net quite us they had supposed on the religious Department, "lW-artmrnit of Virginia/' Dc-1 TenBe&3ee, and Louisiana collection dis- If it is law, binding on all the officers of! rartment of North Carolina; head quart rs at j tr*cts were some time since established, with j the government, it certainly conflicts with' r rom a private letter from Henry \V. Allen, Philadelphia. ' i such boundaries as to include territory in which many of the judgements, decrees, orders and j ^t3 ' ox ernor of Louisiana, dated Monterey, rulings of inferior courts and offi-jers in vari-[ 'X2t"o. ♦J.uiy 4, we learn that Generals Smith, In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 August 1865

THE STANIAMI. VOL. 2:3, CLA1KS VILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, AUG U S T 20,1865, A:9. 48. SOUTH CAROL INA. extraordinary speech of gov. perry. what the sf ate was—what it now is. in the Supreme Court; wit> a large majority in favor of secession, of the American people opposed to him. Ho na, there were many Even Speech of the Hon, B. F. Perry, at the Public Meet in;/ in the Court House. Greenville, S, (J., on Monday the 3d Day of July, 1865. I>Ia. Chairman:—This public meeting of the citizens of Greenville is one of deep humil- iation and sorrow- A cruel and bloody war has swept over the Southern States. One hun- dren and fifty thousand of our -bravest, and most gallant men have fallen on the fields; of battle, The land is filled with mourning wid- ows, and orphans; There is scarcely a house in which there ha<> not been weeping for some luved one lost. Three thousand millions ot dol- lars have been spent by the Southern States in carrying on this war And now we are calle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 August 1865

revolution, but this should net, and dees not, detract from their heroic galiantrv oa the Hel l of battle, or their statesmanship in the Cabinet or halls of legislation. They will be remern- j bercd. and honored as heroes and patriots, not; only in the South, but in the North too, i Gardner & McLean will act as agents for the Standard, in New Orleans - f- —— A Retrospect—Civil Organisation, On Thursday, eivil organization commenced in this county, by Chief Justice Ellett adminis- tering the oath prescribed in the President's Proclamation; to several citizens, attorneys, CHARLES DEMORSE, ss soon as passjon subEides,.and react re,soq; E j T Q K & pROpBI E TOR and calm reflection assume 4,aeir sWay eve* tue t _ public mind. I I cannot, and would not, 31/. Cbr-irtnan, ask j my fellow-citzens to forget the past in this vrar • to far as tlieNorth is concerned. There have been deeds ef atrocity c^ataaiitted by the Uni- ted States armies,which never can be forgotten in the-Southern ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 August 1865

We are requested by Mr. Morgan, the heads of Washington are blurred, and are not publisher of the Jimplecute, at Jefferson to re- a^^Ci . B 1 . . . _ , . i ; d and 10 cents, imitation—pocny. printed, tjueit persons Tisttmg Jenernon on bu.-..ness, Oj -Qg^ new jssue^ are Q0W jn cir€lllation* Ob-' et the paper lrce of charge; as he is T Kim Locks,and Warehouse LUv \ U. Locks, at W. W-. CLA11K. call, and desirous of circulating it. 50s, new issue, are now in circulation. ; serve caution. ; The portrait on each coarsely done. are leading Merchants, doing a large business.* j Every kind of Blanks required for Dis<rict Courts, Countv, or Magistrates Courts, Sheriff's, Assessor's jaud Constables, for sale °t this office; including ! Blank Deeds. These blanks are on superior paper, i and in all respects get up in the best style: •will bo I sold at SI,50 per quire,postage extra Blank Deeds those gentlemen iWRIGHT & GUNTEB ? j $2,50 per quire. W e call attention to card of Wright ^ "yyj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 August 1865

iIOVEKSOE HAMILTON'S SPEECH AT HOUSTON. X, H\ could be collected. Some of them are here to j upon which his antagonist depends, and thus day, who still have the audacity to advise you j break him down. You claimed that slaves las to whom you may trust. But 1 shall never-were property,and only property .and the Pre?, fi0v. II. ecu id net be distinctly heard by the' make such a mistake in my recommendation • ident had the right to destroy any of your prop" ^Titer of this, for some moments after he com-!—nor advise you to trust them. Remember erty, especially slavery, which was the cause o* iieDceU,snch was the restlessness, arid contiftn-l all that jthey have said, and predicted, and the war. (A voice—"do you proclaim that the < d conversation of many'persons on the gallery.! how a'l their predictions have been falsified, slaves are free ? ) I do! They are free He said that it had been several years since he "They have lied to you from beginning to end." | by the majesty of the law...

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

v + 4 % ** TIE NTIMUI. ' t. -• K ¥OL. 2 3, CLABKSVILLE. BED RIVEB COUNTY, TEXAS, SE PTE MBE R 2,1865. . 49, THE UNITED STATES DIRECT TAX. "Shortly atter the war commenced in 1861, a law was pawed to increase the revenue of the United States by direct taxation—by increas- ing the duties on imports, Mid by a levy of twenty millions dollars per annum upon the United States. These twenty millions were apportioned among the different States in pro- poition to the wealth of each, the shares of the five southern States mentioned in the heading being as follows: Louisiana $385,886,66 }. Texas 355,106,66}. Alabama 529,313,331. Mississippi 413,084,66}. Florida 77,522,66}. This tax is less thin two mills per dollar an- nually. The act by which this tax is authorized was approved August 5th, 1861, but its enforce- ment at that time throughout the whole coun- try was an impossibility. On the 7th June, 1862, however, a portion of the southern terri- tory having been brought under the jurisdic- ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 September 1865

•I i r' espoused, will get oa:, of the unfortunate Civil J It is said that Minister Roile stated that if they were to be brought about. They wer? War, en terms so much better than we do. '(trouble occurred with the!,United States, the prepared for this disclosure by Forney, andun- |French would throw 50.000 rn^n on the Rio derstood full well that it originated with the i Grande. . ! Massachusetts abolitionists. We really rejoice in their good fortune. CHARLES DE MORSE, K J) I T OR, & PROPRIETOR fissT" See card of Wright, Harrison & Co., at Jefferson. which appeared in our last issue, as Wright,Gunter & Co. It will be perceived rr ' 1 1 that two of our old citizens have become mem- tional amendment passed the convention this CliABKS Vl'Bl E - S bers of the firm, within the ,1 ast week. They!mor,,inS bJ * voto of 86 to 11: | have purchased the warehouse property ot the New York, Aug. 21.—It is reported that I The reports from all sections of the South Gen. J. E. Johnston a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 September 1865

ytibm , n] . i-i An odd genius entered the saloon adjoining t The St Louis Republican of the loth says :; OFFICIAL NOTICE. ford's Theatre, where Booth took his last, The steamer St. Johns arrived yesterday j The Bishopsotthe Methodist Episcopal Church drink of brandy .just before he marketed Mr. from Frjri Benton. Nothing extraordinary . South, are requested to meet in Cohraibus,(-$«orgui. Lincoln, and inquired of the barkeeper : ; occurred on the trip except its beintr fired into *or consultation, du the lota oi August. I he A n- • - rual Conferences are requested to hold their mr- !ar sessions the coming fall, and winter, and loth o! August. J LAVtJ i uiuu tutu , "Have you the same bottle on band out of by a banji of about thirty Sioux Indians on which Bootii drtafik on theni^htof the a<?as-j the way 'down, about ten mile below Fort Berth- e;eet their delegates to the General Coniereii "Yes, sir." "And the same bran-1 hold, killing, the mate. George Merrick, i convene A pril 1s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 September 1865

/ THE LOST SHIP NKLSON -f i I* jtation of Coolies from China, or of the rate of ! wages at which contracts are made. In former The following is an extract from Captain A. j years the cost of importation in Cuba.was from Koscandi, commanding the French mail steam- |$250 to $400 per head, (according to the delay er Lafayette, to George Makenzie, agent of the J of obtaining a cargo in China, and the mortal- *a*—" «■! ;« nnmndnu i ity during the voyage,) and the wages were four dollars a month, for a term of five or Beven fell years. Nelson, and j It is my belief that a resort to this system and six fe- 'of labor will revive the waning fortunes of our Trans-Atlantic Steamship Company. Thursday, June 26th, at 4 p. m., about lati tude 42 deg., longitude 51 deg. 21 min., in with two boats of the William took from them twenty six male :eale passengers, including the* captain of the ill-fated 6hip, and obtained from him the fol- lowing statement: I was in command of the ship, William C. Nels...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 September 1865

VOL. 23, CIA B K S ¥ IL L E, BED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, E PTE M B E R 9,1865. U, 50. RECEPTION OF GOV. HAMILTON. 't- A. 4 The reception of Gov. Hamilton on Wed- nesday last was cordial and enthusiastic. Ear- ly iu the morning a large concourse of citizens trom different portions of-the State, assembled oa Pecan street in front Buaas' Hall, to join with the special committee appointed by the meeting held at the Federal Court Room, to meet Gov. Hamilton in the neighborhood of the city, and escort him to the capitol. This, 'escort, headed by the mayor of the city of Austin, Col. Ward, started about half past nine o'clock, and proceeded to the former res- idence of Gov. Hamilton, about 2% miles east of the city, where they met the Governor, and cuite, and esctrtod him to the city. At the foot of Pecan street a procession was formed in the following order: r~ Chief Marshal. Military Escort. Committee of Arrangements. Governor Hamilton and Suite. Maj. Gen. Andrews and Staff. Col. Badger and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 September 1865

•t- i The Reporter does not pretend to have given acerbity of his speech.' The triumph t>f his jpcnrfco his a fu!i ro-pcrc or ever; to have touched upon all party? fa return and reception ekcaid have !iv desirable, *?¥* eoough^dh^ W|^.__ be able to present the man, his manner, and, bittal^ness of feeling, all; revenge) a. mo- tives, and in the magnanimity of his heart. j.GEuin^!ru::on md u$io •5..X- *■>'. "<• .. .• in tne voice. This is impossible. The very powerful fcentences which so often called forth the most *pontari«rous and vocifeious- applause, are often necessarily omitted. It told the truth without disguise—often uupalatable truths, to some, but generally well received. The Reporter felt ail the weight and gran- deur of the occasion. A litrle over three years age, a provost maishal, with undefined, limit- less rowers, sent four or five hundred of Ham- ilton's old friend*, and neighbors to hunt him down at hie ranch. All of the soldiers loved the man. Bnt the phren...

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