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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 September 1865

Taking the Oath.—Since Mr. Bramlettg. chief justice of this country,-commenced! r King of Siam has just ordered the re-j OFFICIAL NOTICE. f °v!D"!rTDlereJi0r5an'I'ion of his flect' and hM decided. 0Di The Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church „dmmisten g e oath on the ..^at ult., some , ordering *-COrvette and four gunboats all iron-1 south, are requested to meet in Columbus, Georgia, persons have tucen the oath before him. j cased, to be instructed in France. These ves-; for consultation, on the 15th ot August. The An- f a «««« a *■ -..11 ge]s intended u act a2ainst the numerous pi-1 rual Conferences are requested to hold their reg- rates which are ^esMntly ravapinc* the coast of ular sessions the coming fall, and winter, and to hit* territory. ' • elect their delegate? to the General Conference to - i convene April 1st, 1866. JAMES we beins: seen the fro '\t this rate the people of this country will ► ocn be i eady to re-organize under that "best government the world ever saw,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 September 1865

f * Ills HISTORY OF THE THE CAMPAIGN IN WEST. - U. SEBMIJUT ST. LOUS • | thirty-eight thousand in that battle; and all HIS SPEECH AT IH ELLS-DELL HOTEL | ~ ^ was there, and othei s of us, all young at that time, and unknown men, but our enemv was old, and Sidney Johnson, whom all the officers remembered as a power among the old officers, high above Grant, myself or any body else, led the enemy on that battle field, and 1 almost wonder how we eonquerred. But as I remark- ed it was a*con test lor manhood—man to man —soldier to soldier, ..We fought, and we held our ground, and therefore accounted ourselves victorious. (Cheers.) From that time for- ward we had with us the prest'ge; that battle was worth millions and millions to us by rea- son of the fact of the courage displayed by the brave soldiers on that occasion; and from tliat time to this 1 never heard of the first want of courage on the part of our northern soldiers. (Cheers.) I* then became a game of grand war; armies were acco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 September 1865

VOL, 2 3, CLARKSVILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXiS, SEPTEMBER 10, 1865, NO. 51. From the London Correspondence (June 17) the New York Times we make the annexed <! interesting extracts: j The clone of the waT in America has been a great disaster to Bombay, in the East Indies. It reminds one cf the philosopical experi- ment of striking an ivory ball, and seeing an- other fly offfrom the opposite side. Bombay, oa the opposite side of the world, feels the con- cussion in the sudden cessation of hostilities more than London. Ot course, London's turn is coming, for the failure of halt the commer- cial houses in Bombay cannot but affect their English correspondents. The rise in cotton and the immense influx of money to pay for it, hsd cause I such a fever of speculation as the East had never known. All kinds of joint f-tock compaoicswere formed,and shares which cost £500, went up to £15,000. The news of Gen. Lee's surrender sent down rhe price ot cottoo one-half, and exploded all. these won...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 September 1865

e jjl-- CHARLES DE MORSE, JEDITOE, & PROPRIETOR O Ij -A. R K S"V ILLE SATURDAY SE^1 16,1865 Visit to Slireveport. After our issue of the 2d, we started for Shreveport. "We found the roads on the route, dry and dusty; the temperature at mid day op- pressive Jefferson, we found lively, and "pre- paring for active business. We saw not so many negroes on their way to freedom as we expected—only a few—and some returning to the upper country to look for work. At Jeff- son none were lounging about, the streets.— The energetic M ayor has them picked up at once on arrival, placed at work on thevStreets, and fed on bread and water, until some em- ployer seeks their services. At Shreveport, we believe a similar rule pre- vails, but there were great numbers on the streets, probably with a color of employment, yet not much employed. The scene reminded us of Nassau, NewProvidence.in 1835. There was an air of indolent contentment among them; a nd they swarmcc in the streets in similar style; a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 September 1865

ce, ed eg. sea te- Ol □I- in- d; >ae d, 10- he n- lat s- ro- 15 irs >8, *g to V n- b- 1 d- ;h er L4 f 3- | 93 ; it #- A . FMSl W MCE GOODS. Printed linen lawns. Figured De Laine. Fine English Berage. White Hock Tartans. Irish Linens. French Prints. English Prints. American Prints. Fine Linen Cambric Hankerchiefs, Hemstitched do. Sea Island domestic, fine . Heavy Unbleached dome3ties. Bleached Domestics—various grades. Tolland, Sfcaterville and other domestics, N Madapolans and Imperials, Hillsborough denims. Washington Checks: * Power Mill apron checks. Marlborough and Hampden plaids. Cotton Hankerchiefs, a variety. Linen Crash t-owelling. .Brown Damask table covers. White Flannel —fine. French Black Kid Grloves. i ' Hoops skirts—30 springs. Narrow Linen Braid. Corsets,^—Hair pins— Tuck and Round Combs. N\ Needles—assorted sizes. Fancy gilt buttons for Ladie9 dresses. Thread, sewing silk. Pins. Ladies and childrens shoes, FOR GENTLEMEN. Fancy French Cassimere. Purple Check 44 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 September 1865

New Yerk,^ Aotr. 2* —Montgomery Biair jntssec, and Holly Springs, Mississippi. No it • hap made a speech, at Clarksville, Md., in which he roacicvery severe animadversions on Secretaries Seward and Stanton, and on Jmige Ad vocate General Holt. Ee took occasion to fay, also, that he con- sidered the niw election law of Mainland as unconstitutional. New York,Aug. 29.—"We lcarp'frcm Wash- ten that Postmaster General Dennison has re- opened, during ithe past week, 100 post offices in the Southern States. Yesterday three hundred applications were -filled at the Pardon Bureau. It is now stated positively that the President will not vihit Richmond. The military commander at Raleigh, N. C., refutes to surrender to the civil authorities three citizens wbo had been arrested under charge of committing outrages on freeumen. An interview betweed the Emperor ot Aus- tria and King of Prussia had beeu fixed for the 10 th. The Chinese rebels threaten the Imperial city. oan Francisco.—The General Pik...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 November 1865

t \ CHABX.ES DeMOKSE, LONO SHA1L OUR BiJfffFB BRAVB TH5 BREBZB—TBB STA.NDA.RD OP THB FJtXB. EDITOR, AND PBOPRXSTGB S9! ) VOL .24. CLIRKSVILLE. R R D RIFBB COUNTY, TEXAS, NO ¥ B M B B"R 2 5, 1863. NO.8 , HYDROPHOBIA. jhany parts of Paris the efHuvia from the sewers has been at times overpowering,and i-etweeti the alternatives of saboring on the, two sons, aud imbrued his hands in their plantations or on the public works, tor) blood. TUese were the doc tithes that he Mr. Jonathan French, of Northampton, it is only wonderful that up to the present the first description of labor-he is well paid j went there to teach. He did not go there N. II., fiirnijhei a cotnninnication to the time no epidemic l.as resulted from this and liberally provided for, aud allowed a! to be ta*s * . . , . taught, but ho went there as a teaeh- Jtaetcn Daily Advertiser it reference to com. .nation «..fcau-ts. Paris is unques- large liberty and many privileges; for the er. These were his teachings. Imagine the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 November 1865

MM i- — ... Jewish cl mixing cijlor* had not fnunci CIIARI/ES BE3TOR5E, i T n K , &. I* It 0 P 111 K T O R - ARK55VIL L.B, _ * : A . i JTAV Vc\ i§ h, u-i;;-. ' •- Ti heretofore removed their j;a- !• * r Office can t«i herf at'"f*• r_t . o C.. *. . lieoU I o#'0 Tc c« u 9 trr honubo House •" !! V* kiay b« j,uich&Mil al the lairs • '7h« iuaioi oi War, vl i humbug run, >r of War with j iVesHent that .we siuta-n be dune atnll; is for the best citizens res- ident; tho whole L.ody of them; tp (qualify them .-< Ives for action; interest .ihenisi ires in obtaining the consent of honest, and (jualified men to serve thfin; and then go about effecting their election, as- they would go_ about effecting any oilier object of \ c- ctiliar personal, and pecuniary interest. We tell tht*e i ho confide in our surges-, lions, that they hail best take note of tLi.«, and act without delay. It is important to n. members af Parliament already returned, aud KothsabiM, for the city of Saltmons, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 November 1865

! < % LOCERIES, hardware, PLANTATION SUPPLIES. n FRESH AND CHOI JIH I BY cm*. Rr HORSE:. Wholesale Dealer* In Groceries, Hardware. & Plant allot: Supplies, j No. H I.c'fo ! Bhreveport, La. j Vv'oaid respcctfully call tfce attention cf mcr- j ctartp and planters in Kaatcro, and Northern j '.era*,to their Iar^o tV well+electcd stock,which J ba.i h.'pn purchased for cash, in the Northern ; nn l Southern,5 Market, end will bo sold for . <-:i;al! profits on invoice priccs. Cotton. Wool. , *£4.i IIiilya takea in exchange for goods, cr j Ai>T? o'dpest CSce correr, Woitb cf Sirs. Don oho • Hotel. GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING GISOClRfES. sscks Liverpool s%h. 6 ) hS'i« eiioic? ;rajar. .',0 b* ia. crushed ' 4u •' powdered " "'0 boxes S 1*1* Cnr«dl «. For ale by h. 1 i> GRIFFIN & CO. Shrereport, La. \\ I u s, f;' ( is«<i Maderia Wice. •'* ) " Sherry *' " L'-ourbon Whiskey. , . ■?(/ " ' -aifl, Asst'd brands '« •• Pert Wine (London Pocfc.) T:irn r« (Huge. IVine. I'-Uckberry '• For ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 November 1865

. \ta\. / nr."t , tv> til Mies r- i 'n which theintermJ fire® bs^ebec-n dialling1 viiuost entirely, t>f precious stones. Giber uw n.T.^iMrt 5 at« r theatrics! ! ih s | r^on«"flui«J may been at work ipr\ valuable gems weie found upon * bronne tft- tr>j ;=J .,tf iniP'^MWttat thenbovV ! thno*and« of yfears.or may b« still. The supply j He. Still more remarkable ^acovenes are t- «* nl .it-: *1 n 1 vf the 13th Icdians.jmay be, j*> fares human demands are concern-; looked for at Herculstieura. A royal doerce if. > .J • t> w i fy 'op'ayftr *liem. gome J >,l < exhftt«ti s —may. • indeed, be the liquid j has recently ordered the appropriation of the d * no hand from Co idebv side wish the fluid residuum of tbe Bid- soil upon which that ancient Gteek colony once n an \y Xti l)Hl ? € t fit iV ' i l Ji \\ r.'S aiK • . h a R ' •is one >! 1 lie . ; tired s«o« ' t!- enjjh eu man aj[* titer" g op t ennj1*- a ard hem "pet* little too mnc^ : -ral beat which originally perme...

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

CHARLES Do HORSE —a. 3 1 tae FOL. 24. MHO, SHALL OUR BAM1TEH THS _■—ii. ; j1 ■ . STAWDARD OF THS FREB. EDITOR, AND PROfRISTOB CLIRKSYILLB, BSD ItlVBE COIIITY, TEIiS, DECEMBER 3, 1863. Sd. 9, ARTEMUS WARD'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY. BY HIMSELF. ELECTION DAY. B, NICHOLS &C0, its relentless scythe L« ever busy. The old N. Y., near Fifth Avenoo Hotel. V SeIton eathcr "thcm in: I keep a pig this Org. 31ct. j ytr*r- p Dear Sir:—Yrs, into which you ;isk me-' _ .. think of anything else more, M. to aeud vou sum leadin incidents ir/mv * lite $'} v ;>i can writ Lv Bogrify for the pa- • If ^ou *houM Sire Portrait in con- .,,-K r«";n dooly to hand. I have no doubt action with my Bografy, please have me that a artirle onto my life,, jrrararnatycally • engraved in a knguiahm attitude, leamn jerkodand properly punktooated, would be ,011 * mai ble pillar, ieavin my back hair as a addition to tiie choise literatoor of the 11 U0VT 1S* day i Truly yours To the yooth of Ameriky it would bei . ARTEMUS WARi)...

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

/ -pwqfcg—!, tare of the -locality in which heart, sbooW xf\$h<y.ii delay, take the oai 9m - .-li jflM1jjji4 ...i. ; ..f ii1 n iv L11' in-..: j Correspondence of the Galveston News, Ihat neutral positions seldom occupied i TfiK MAILS. Galveston, Not. 15th 18Gf>. by Great Britain iii the years of the past j ( : ~ of aliegianee/ necessarv to enable him to!,.1 **vo JJ* the*le*;"? of "^PS 'nd 80/f*cn' *® tr^ t0 be hcr> in ihc ; ThC °BStCn T* '*** F^ushe.; a com ' Mr. W m. M.Duiiy, Special Agent of the wars of tbe future.. 4- ***• ar h£-£- CHARLES DEMjpRSE, 1C I> I T O K , & P £ O P It 1 E T O tt C ^ ARKS V IL IE' I pxrreise all the legitimate functions of a cit- i i>' \_n- „ i • !; . . . i "°Sto3ice Department, now on hia return arid give thought and action to his < from Austin. lib is appointed for this tzen. uuties as a constituent member ' body politic, and a member of i organization, and protection of the State and Louisiana, and •Al IJHI>AY neCKMBKR o, 1«&l...

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

GROCERIES, HARDWARE, j FRESH JSiD CHOICE GOODS, PLANTATION SUPPLIES, I HIOFS1 mm IP. fillfilliI W'tujwtr Dcalrra la T T; Fi R Y J "M ffiBRTBMT. r.fm (Srtceries, Hardware. 4 Plantation Sapplies No. 6 L«vee. Shrevopott, La.- Would rerpctinlly call the attention of mer- | -bants, and planters in Eastern, and Northern ! Teias,to their larger well aeleotod stock,which hu Lean purchased ior pash, in the Northern ( and Southern Market, and will be sold fpr j •■all promts on invoice prides. C'ctton. Wool. a>4 H*d a taken in exchange for goodn, or /a*h. At tfce old Foet CSce enrrer. I£ortb of M a. Dbsoho'a Hotel. Lat^e pocket tniTe . Congress knives. Ladies orb and two bladed kt iv a. Knives and forks—several qaalitiis. Shears, large Bciwws. emaM eciwors. Drying knives; B:o i hatchet*. Chisfcis. Augurs. Axes. Shoemakerj knifes. CHARLES Dr. MORSE, GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING GROCER I FA t>03 eae*a Liverpool R*.lt. 60 kl S ehoioa ifujar. 60 bbl*. crushed ' 40 •• powdered •' 2;>0 hoiXfl Star ...

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

% mm frlTAT M7XIC0 IS AXD IS TO BE. CKN. SLOCKM'S irl'KIICIl. •-f I;•!' fHrsry v Our ?ti'.dvrh, who th - style of its auih >r\ Ef'ilt-nt r<j>ecii:!f ri "fit ir.;J «.*iitKusiastif terr.pfr- A CHINEE BANQUET seemed XT vflr-t number of T !«!<•■ ,. ai,4 as!: for it only 1 w(' cli w 'X til cj|.!<>a- or to i h « jo-.r i.:il will bo <!"v0tf] to ..trrot of ihc Mr.xicr.ii Eraj.ire. • ing to tbe respective $tates the entire control ! of;their loci! affairs, is the only safe policy that Oti t'ne 2nd Hco. Slccum made a' speech tn can be adopted. ... ' The Chii.ese ol California | an um<n etuo c<e, at S}r;cri.ee, New i'ork. j' Yen hate been to!J by one of the journals conceived a vio'ent fancy for We gjvaa frw -zLraetj. It will bs s;eo ta&t ol ibis city that I was much annojed art the ac- | hat thc ren blames bis interference with civ-1 tion of the President, with regard to the crgaoi- j ii cf:air« in Mississippi on the War J)epartmeat | station of the militia, and...

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

i ^ijLm ( CHA*£LE 8;D rio BSE, LOHQ SHALL CUR BAXTER BRAV3 T.SB BSmBZS—T.aT? 6TAZTBABD CT TH"3 rSIE. J5__ EDITOR, AND PBOPHIBTOB i 11 ■ '■"■ii ii jj TOL.24. e t?U K IT IL I E, R E D I I t |H ii H COHSTY, I8HS, BBCB5IBER 9,1865. NO. 10, A" SPEECH FROtt MR.PENDLETON. At njthe close of the Ohio Democratic-1 Cofrreation, the Hon. Geo. H. Pendleton wu called on for- a speech, and responded were without authority, ana therefore wroi^gful-—so far as not yet executed are utterly v^td. usurpation supplanted at t|ie present tin the icntire co^fc of *i V (if« r:c^ra{ bofore exceeds tiie v?sr. GREAT MEETING AT BOLIA. which lie dor- tvb in remarks m ilt of which I append, t It is a master!j, and well digested production.. the legiliajtate government.^ tuant, inoperative now. but eutiiied to all the pmvors and rights of tie ■Scatt-s, when the usurpation displaced them. Ii tnce he appoints Provisional Governors to set tlio Two theories have alone prevailed in'old machinery in motion, and seeks a p...

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

lost cfeiMren.an.I jour bloody hearthstones' cuhc me of anything unfriendly to the ue- •nd then ask if vuu will joiivwidi-the Rsd-i gro« Nearly twenty years ago, I struck the first blow for emancipation in Missou- ri 1 stood alone in the Missouri legisla- ;cal* to pei petuatc the doctrine of secess- ion, or State suicide'! But we "need not «*ar the result. The people of this nation ture, and advocated this doctrine, in the will forever trample in the dust a doctrine! fa<*c t f a j>n*-slaverv sentiment that called that lias brought such accumulated horrors its opponents malefactors, and doomed upon the whole country—a doctrine wh a; practical working in the .South has lost us a million of live#, and countless millions of them to the Penitentiary. But. in spite of the obloquy heaped upon nie, I denounced the pr o~8 la very party then, and when their treasure. Its only tendency is to djsseu-; pc* institution involvedthe Nation in war, tku . disintegration, and destruction. * f fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 December 1865

g: PLANTATION SUPPLIES. LMIHIIM. Pwliw fas Groceries, Hardware, k Plantation Supplies Ho. 6 Lovee Shrwtport, La, Woaldmptetiori/ ca.41 tbe attention of mer- tod planter* in Eastern, aod Northern Tetaa,to their larg<sjk well eeleoted stock,which has been purehaeed for eaah, in the Northern and Seathern Market, and will be aold for a sail protte on invoice pricea. Cotton. Wool, and Hidea taken in exchange for goods, or <jash. GROCERIES. •06 iMki Liverpool ealL AO fchde. ehoieo Eagar. tO bbla. cnttbtd •* 40 •* powdered " 100 Boxea Star Ceadloe. For aala by 8. P. GRIFFIN A CO. Shrevoport, La. WINES. 60 Cum Maderia Win*. •0 " Sherry *' 40 ** Boarboa Whiak«j. ^ 100 " Claiai, Aaal'd brand*. §0 " Port Wiae,(Leadoa Deek.) 30 " Turaara Ginger Wiaa. 10 " Blackberry Far aala by 8. P. GRIFFIN, * CO., Bhrereport, La. "WHISKEY. 10 Barrtla Crow Boarboa WbUkaj. • o •• 1'eater '• 40 OU*o Branok " to " N. J. M. (celebrated For ulo by 8. P. GRIFFIN 4 CO., Shrevoport, La. nm GROCERIES. 40 Caaoa } ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 December 1865

TF-cia >T. T. :;im\mXKfvTTEA. MM cf tf.e fKIp. fWocr three others were' then i a tet^r. fiife hand^ was one ddy discovered niaefitmivelj..l«*t down, but wire shattered Ubii! in the water by a young barber. Two the fha*, ar.d oce of th'.n. into which 6-•?**•%;] «®av$:'after the bo v was found dead is, his T: .-.V:;.; Jo ("-'.our#** ter& FCr^ns had jtinped almost before "he was of . ^ " I |«me dircctlyfrom such vtsee'f cf d M-«. lew, 8i :ne «!v sale tl-n M«elV<«w*, wsa d..hed to ri«« ;.!e j Another .nthoritT adds: -On the death j1 !c toljc.-nw u a deslcr, which-licet • .-T.ni„ v • ----: twiairj nrsneye.srd time it count. ncdLf ;he lren M-,;, h;8 appa,el> j j cornr all h«.so. ^ «« •' "r ' " • f •; ro r-P?n- ?*.*• ... pJi j cloA«; niatbewes-itt feyrt, cv.rrthingi r0MAS«CK Ef BR1K1 h U« hs? htrntlxvph- A .-i, • :-nrnirr ,C!;^;;RC f0,fc, tee ^orv | tnat-had been used ny him were burnt;; __ v, • genU) "■■*• •** «•: • t- the *•:n ^-aj'.'i thcr da o..i 'i <■ r v-ue rl rt. I'....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 December 1865

• V1 vj na4"~ * £53"^ ; *?* ,*'' iyi% '/; *vjj rL i! ■ Tr ? • ■ j£lH & i C EAHL E 3 Do KOB6E, JL '*4 *** LOIfG SI-.ALIj OU 1 7J HIIAVS TUS BRBESS—THE STANDARD OP TK7J FREE. TOL. 24. 7 CLIBK8TILLB, H E D H. I V E ft^G C NT f, TEX1S, BR I B E 0 16,186-5. «„• km: < OV V! V ?£* WA •>*«■ in* . li ft ik r ct <-ou..<v to obtain"''what vc tiees are di; trcted t ;i r e s "i «m ►t..i > y . O .. u h mp f- c ! , *i'ue-«':#v rLat V,l? *r-1 w 'untie -ih I '; ir >! ! .• c-vl On.- i st-v.rf*m Wr f;; •:bu- ri; hi a n -,j .-i U'j>t is n- ;r «jT fc o repuvt the i.au es of -thcclerik would nptpu: it. ing said police foiee, to <:1 sound to put ti e qnr* EDITOR, AND FBOFKISTOB c , vo M. 11, " Jatus sii^l: .. |t" wompou^m^ pulice force,i.-to *;1 inund to put the questipn^rse'f.'* That. | jrrand and loftr tlii.H < |iec. * solved the diSicuity, Iiic^Ar^fjtrawe-1 Ri«kt, ] its f.>und-<uionJ The 'etmpMic so orc-n:n?tl.'-sha)l act °*^outh Csr -iir.-a, s jr-jn^/w'pon a d->...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 December 1865

Faited Stales Government has 99 Jnnd 1 as tn give 'you. The government wil 1 m wreng. Brer? man who it idle and not f " in an honest living, ia an en-1 Lto the (Hfevnment. The Government pt protect its eocmies, tod every one is i s (t who does not obey its laws- The laws (aire every ooe to respect the ptoperty of "JJ r If yen disturb the property of others ,%re enemies of the laws and of the (} ot- Vrnttenf. acd will be treated according1 ▼.— The lav* must be preserv^i—tliej shall be, pteservsi against every enemy. whir<> o- black- : You are without homeland yeuhave no me-4«s - of living by vonr labor; bat by hiring to labor ♦\>r otjhejr'. Thif is n«>t bsM—k i« ighl. I If sow it it is not hard, fAr in early life I tried it When yon hate labored long enough U iay up some money, you can then buy homes vi your own. Now it rou are relying, upon what some iool has told yoji the Government would do fop* yoy, bitter disappointment will kt J°*r *c,Jt- The Government has given yo...

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