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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 August 1869

1 O \ W o K' :V ipitl§p tMm: SECOND AWtiAl PAIE, , OF THE B*I> BlVEB COUNT Y j age; nnlT^hecp tJiatlias * tttEeF "prl5teTattr^ MK, ArtlBMfl n« A'SSO CIA TI ON. !2 &l\*r A "2f tfi\ <?/> ' 7*0 U held MM* CUrknilt*, %xat{ rimttrmMg tn TUESDAY IHB12IS 07 OCTOBER «d(l4 rif. G**tmtn fimr Dtigi or store. . iSiijtU.W'tps ■ ■ Wt OFFICBBS. L. T>. TAS DT:CET/,.^A?..y/, T. P. DICK. TWMil, w. w5®BUn®S^ ^HC E. C. MOSBY, Secretary, ■ . ii>I REXTTOrs '.'" J. A. CIuuuUjw, H.B. Latimer, I. K .(•hrathaui/,;..^. C. West,; B, II. Epperson, • II. t). DeBcrry, W W. GkuIch?, I). N. BarrV. W. i'. Clatte^hm .k, Miles Need, J. C. OaUi we I t, , • P. M. JWmii i""" ; MA R S IIA . W. J. SwAlX. ASSlSa'XNTMAMUAL. K. W. Towneb." ■ . . m I.,. ' . ••■'; :v; RULES AND REG LT L ATI ON ,H, i. Tlic ijjucd of Uireotors may cxpol any member from tho association for rade.or dis- orderly, or ungontlemanly bohuvior at any of i< ' Spirituous nquora shall not be sold or dranlc upon £ho RToqnds of thp fair....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 August 1869

r I PAPER HOUSES. ; mcdkal Pbomuwo* Iron riKILT rut. 4Mb TBS "Bininzer's Old London Dock Oin" it 1 durifd ut nrominent ob riiciftiili cliwiiti An extraordinary anil important use ' ronnoiasrum, as posnJeiog all those inirin««o mo- fur paper has been found in Chicago, '22 m b(M where ita utility aa a building material lu« been recently tested, and fairly es- tablished. This building paper or paste- board differs from ordinary paper in con- uiaiency. compactness and solidity. In the manufacture it ts subjected to a prea- sure of hundreds of tona, which aqueetea out the liquid matter, leaving a substance as hard aa a ahingle and about the same thickness. It supercedes the old and ex- pensive institution of plastering. A bouse lined with this material is barricaded against damp, which induces cold, and causes consumption and death. It leaves no interstices for the wind to penetrate, and it is impervious to the gnawing of ver- min, and the rata and mice seem to have an instinctlvc hatred...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 August 1869

I 'Sf k Hik 2*f i 1 Cfefta 0HABLB8 n L. 2 7. ORSE, zaoko ffct*t t- our bajthsb brave STANDARD OF *M FREE 'I ■IMffi"''1' vt ■WW. ..1IIM SDITOB Am> PKOPBIETOB. -i«n; r l| 11 I® fett- :lBh^ s * JM p-M CLARKSVILLE, RED RIVB& G 0 [,1f.l, T B S J S, ABBUST,14, 1869, ^ • THE OTINBSE. San Francisco, Cai.., \ June 21 at, 1969, J To the Editor ot the Enquirer and Examiner: } bave recent!j seen an enquiry from an Atlantic man published in one of onr city papers, making many onMiries about the uhmese of^CaUfcrnia, alt the editor says he has not the time to answer his questions, and requests some person to do so. I therefore propose through your col- ^ few children, they inorease very slowly at present* They still immigrate here in considerable numbers, and they all expect to go back alive or be taken back dead, bat inany of them will give it up and cast their destiny with ui, particularly the ohll- dren who are born hero, and many native Chinese who go into the interior are forced by cir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 August 1869

7 ■ m t§. CHARLES DE MOUSE, jBDlTQB, & PROP R-l K T.O R >J J - mi ■ ■ .. -• -J*" 1—i-U*l' -■ ■ ,~-ilJt 1 JJ— The Bailey Troop#, t To tbk Editor or tus Stahdaku s ,Well! what would people in the inland; D«a 8ia.—Io July of 1868, I addressed ..I fc mm*, *o tfMPWiSjSf .1 to kill time tn .the dull season, after they and 1 naked can there be any connection bo. have tired of fishing, if it were not for the tween the disappearance ol the oaterpillar and ...ho.." Tli. Oriip Company wt* h.r. ^ggSSOS'^.EJ O I* A RK S "V I Ij DL|3E5 week or two since, and had a run. Then J Prof. Hardy oume, and delighted the ju- venile*; and thin week vro have had the 3ATURPAY AUGUST 14th, 18^0. We «r authorised to aoaouoM Col. B. H.' Bailoy troupe, with -Vaudevillcs, Music and .TAYLOR, of Fannin oouaty,'as'a candidate for Hepreaentative In tha Ce*ar«a« oftlis Coiled Htate« Treat tliis District. ' HUT Wear* authorised to aanounco WM. J. HWAl.N.aaa candidate for Sheriff, of Had River l.'ouaty, ai the com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 August 1869

M 11 * I Pfl* SHI fAI FAIR, or MB RED BIVlB COUNT Y AGRKIiLTURlL association. To tekdd near ClarkniUt, Texat, commencing on thjuday ;thk iara ov october Ami. Ut Cutout Fuuf Day, •r mere* OFFICERS, Tj. P. VAX DTTvE, T. P. DICK, Vico-President. W. W, CLARK, Treasurer, E. C. MOSBY, Secretary, DIREOTORS. J. A. Chamber^, H. R. Latimer, G. K. Cheatham, J. C. West, B. H. Epperson, II. D. DeBerry, W. W. Giatlcus, D.N.Barry, W. P. Citttter'uucJj;, fettles Reed, J. C. Caldwell, WF. Mi Sims.. •MARSHAL. W, J. SWAUT. ^ ASSISTANT MARSHAL. R. W. Townes. RULES AND REGULATIONS, 1. The Board of Directors may expel any member from the association for rude.or dis<« oiderly, or ungentlemanly behavior at any of its fairs or meeting*. .• 2. Spirituous liquors shall not he sold or drank upon the grounds of the fair. 8. There shall be appointed by the Presi- dent, two or more Marshals, whose duty it ahaU be to superintend the oxhibitio.i of Stook, preserve order, and see that all stoek and other artiolea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 August 1869

LATEST KEW3. "5 a ■ B | Spccial to the Jimphcute. Louisville, Aug 3—Several pistol row$ attended tha election ; uono killed. City deinocratio 601)0. State probably 50.- 000. • ' Rio Janeiro,Aug 3—The allies tailed in the movement on Villa Rica, losing for several dltr« rear guard. Lope* however, utiuhle to follow up his advantage, bat his position in the mountain* prevents allied re eonnois«anec8. New York. Aupr 8— Mayor Hall presi- ded over a large Tammany meeting to pro- test against the course of the administra- tion regarding Americans con lined in C ubu .and Ireland.' Fffr Liverpool, noon, Ang 3—-Cotton stead Mobile,Avg 4.—Usod's majority ia Mobile , We were informed on yesterday by Mr. oonnty so tar as heard from 1460. Several pros Russell, foreman of the operative in the oi.net',i^?r «0BI- The county wiU probably e,tttbliahmei.t of the Tylet Manufaoturing *"?..u ^ i' • i> . ... • Company, that the agent had shipped a At the court house .a Baldwin county anc- ; car^of^eir c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 August 1869

■■■ OHAllH * wtwimm V 0 L 21. PROM GOV ACCIDENT. fir. m m • i \ Q * tf fi f A Miusiotfi Htmuco Dow* a Hillside Kjllh Houses abp Oatto, ahd CAtrsas the DsaTO op Bbtebal Children. [Louisville ExpiZtt, My 2«M] By u private letter from Mr. L. N. Milch el I, we we informed of a moet terri- ble and fatal accident which oooarred l'mceton on the 20th. A man, by natmi of Boot Crow, was haaliag npou wudoo BBhaiaeoee millstones, one of * eiflMBM) pounds. While jmac- *d">wa twrhl1 „ . filing IT66S tad shrubbery 10 con ■ -The.houee of a farmer, named Darnell, wo -> situated at the foot of. the hill. The millstone weat crashing through a teiMje, and into the yard of the farmer's house,where were a number of beehives,— In the ysrd were playing a bery of chil- dren. The beehives were all upset. The hdes, in coufusion, lighted upon the chil- dren, string every one ot them in a frightful manner. The progress of the great stone was not impeded in the least by its collision with the hives, and we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 August 1869

01 D onncll Monday decision Baafield, emtio Militarr ial ord kt t r contempt wader peb CHARLES EIUTOU,| Pit er oil f ■ . X. 'St & 0 -V r« TAILOR, of- KqnwMMiK ft— f>iH,l>Nw ■uMiiiid Col. U. II. aunu-y, ^ a candidate for gw*i of tUs Dolled Slates B nlftefSi •tdloi W •Mb | «gu fMOl WM. J.i ,t far Sbsiiff, ef Red Ki.se* n! wwlfsjic ^V .vfitpd ta ifilMMi j;<W*0. '• county, •< a tandiilau for re - " M IMetrfct ktwrnty, far tbe mmta*#*--'* • •" S Vetlsi Ptitfi, Jsr&v (O Stnoutfeed ARVTH eouity, m ecatfdMMe Mr " *> Coagrre- te, •nspunv* JOSHUA artffiusoR!: MMMMT"' • ' •' «PW fc.We are authoriisty% ' a^aeMfos^'dajWlh YMTTjLK; candidate CM* DMtriet Clerk Ct uuty, at tbo tlectlaa under iIm mi Irj ■ Sheriff on Tuesday, (or the county tax which ha premised to pay the following ■lay, On VjednosdMr mortnnj it v**s . found that lie un 1 hi* party, hid dccamped U'S Wiiht, ami that severol bill were Jert unpaid, as well as flic i This matter wa A leportod toXieirt. l>a>f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 August 1869
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 August 1869

order from ,"or upon gentle rdlin: iirie and Post ©alt timber are exceedingly fertile, an suitable to the latitude cess. The average yield or Indian corn is about 25 pushels per acre, bat in, very fa- vorable seasons, as much as 40 bushels per •ere are produced. Wheat yields from 12 to 16 bushels per acre. Eye being less liable to be damaged by rust, is a sorer crop, and twenty bushels per acre .can be depended upon. The soil and climate are m dredand fifty gallons of Sorghum molas- ses per acre, is the usual product, the sec- ond crop being usually cut and used'as for- age for stock, although it usuaUp ripens in time for securing a second crop of mo- lasses, The juice expressed from Sorgh- um in this conn try possesses chrystaliza- ble properties in an unusual degree, and a largefesiduam of sugar is often found in vessels m which the syrup had been de- * 1. With proper machinery, sach as o mills, evaporaiing pans, and de- processes, used in the Western crop would undoubtedly be a g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 August 1869

..«■■ 3. Jir *^ '*"■ tQPNfe ■•"ft. - IWK:' ' L'ft#*Wa jfc ;£*•• . elect ton. piiui-K editor 4*^*? jMSHE35IB1WR>12LJ"* ■ 1 so urmruai *^W%«tion ft*-1b*e^ wa _ Y^—jci ■ l*ot«o, Ihul W0 U j] Rnw«rfe.tah>d£tn.|*- j w tbo 0*.^ Mi *4 ••'.s• liagUen - M gone out. Tbo i er, oo^jcifly know*; 1 consistency of the WU Hat IRQoh l.ttvu bis Hacoen^ i 4wj him, .beenuso of diffidences Jutive lo tjie aweptoncew*h# lion, and the mode of oon- snvass at tilt comiug State iiff/r of tho Gazetto sua* tains himsell fully, when he shows that nearly all the leittlipg democrats of the Stote agree with him in policy ; but never necessary /or any editor who has character for capacity cud prudence, to defend himself against the aasoiijte of a low o*trpatU,ta vjbo havo mental P'J . . T i • I: nioiping, ordered by tbo Military C&mm'w- ! orderoadyotaiWill greatly oblige iidliieiice pertaining lo , the writings of f to leaveendobtainemployit&^Q? r Your Friend, It iilJhowever, Admiral i'urtor is, ami bo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 August 1869

1 ? I . f it I m I. i ■■ I : I te- i if. i i * IS mCJS: 'If mSF: 1 . mXM:- , .as 1 cart recollect en* tic facU. I WM Bitting about, ten o'clock, entered and . after enoed the subject of.kill- ee , knowing that I was n much ' in at the time as I coujd poeei- had never as some bad, engaged killing or rowing with them since tbe close of the war. I came home from the w r (leterminea 'to settle myself and try and render my moiher happy, and did op tot tiie time that T was discovered into this Bad affair, this being my firet%nd only re- penting act. I am now willing to lay my own sweet life down for it,to leave the char- acter of my family and paat unclouded. I never knew anything about this affair until a few moments before it was done, if I had it would never been done if losing my life would have saved them. Had I even been conscious I would not have en* gaged in it no matter who the parties was, and had I but known who the deceased wm I would have spent my last blood itwtbeir defence....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 September 1869

■ i J m 1 >rf II i j- i ■ •8 s a/ in ► i «1J H, SKPTBMBER.il, 1889, « Kb CHABLE re k 2 7. ULllIS VILLI, REB RIVER CBS be (iuWoatoa Ntwi. OUftCDMSf ANCES ATTENDING THE CAPTURE OF PRESIDENT DAVIS. MItXfcfc FHOJI UON. J. n. RBAUAN. Texas, Aug. 10, 1889.—I DWing passages in what Dur- te< be a speech delivered in the con- ion pf Texas, on the 6th of January, . 1869, by Judge L. D. Evans, under the headlhgin Urge lettert, ,]*&&■ '^U1y "On the fall of Riohmond, JcfforsonDa- vis started the Confederate treasury west*, trior d, deluding hltnaalf with the droam of "J asked his poatmaBfbr general, Hwgte, hour It wue thai i the President of their Oonfederaoy should be caught with his baggage wagons in tho awkward plight of belug-Onder his wife's cloak. He iufoMiad ine that Davis had loft his tiaiM' apd •truck tor the seaboard, when after a day's ride, hearing that the Con dollars in Confederate Treasury notes. The silver coin was ■ paid to the troops who were there, so much to eao...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 September 1869

il«i n \ fi - i M I W J 1 & f m ■1 1 i \ .1 Fi j I II r CHARLES DK HORSE, ft D I T O tt , * *P R O P B I E T O R at*JL Rgs VIL X.3B SATURDAY SEPTEMBER lhh, 1868 uib^-vL ter W# are authorised to anno'lace Co). B. H. TAILOR, it P.-aula «omi;, h ' candidate for #Hii mini in th« CoBgrc^j or lbs United Hielc* UNiriiiMiwWijflPMM1 Tli* gar We arc authorised to *V?Zbi, e « can#d*J« Wr Sheriff, ( County, at jtbo ooKIQf election. Mf.M. J ot Red River Hi. We are kutkoritoi to inoiaoi QBO. T, Tupu, of Marion eouaty, ai & candiJitc for re ^MWHWPi election ip the ottoi* of District Attorney, for Uio incorrect, the statement may be oorreclod. 8tb JudleUt lllatrl.t. '■ -. * 1 ' ■- SMU We ' authorised to ainounocd ARVIN VltlOHT, B*a, ol Ellin couniy, a* acJmdidate or OovgrM# at the United Statea, irojn Me Ooagrea- liotutl Diitriet. . . I. MP* We are enrhorited o announce JOSHUA *. JOB.NSOS, gat)., of Jfitus couniy,'as aoandl- drte for Cqjfgrees, |V< fhl* trim of Tessa. • ,fK ■m Congressio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 September 1869

• > ov • • • UHomam tea Till second annual fair, or TBS US BIVER C005TT ifitKDLTDBiL & JHGCHAiVICAL association. SV W bU aser Claritcil'r, Trxai, commencing on TOM DAY TBI 13 TH OF OCTOBER A*d to Coirtmui Four Dayt or mart, OFFICERS, L. D. 'VAN DYKE, P.-c-uh>>', T. P. DICK, Vin-Prceidertt, W. W. CLARK, Treasurer, , £. C. MOSBY, Secretary, DIRECTORS. J. A. Chamber*, H. K. Latimer, G. K. Cheatham, J. C. West, B. H. Epperson, II. D. De Berry, W. W. Qiadens, D. N. Barry, . W. P. Clatterbuck, Miles Reed, 3, C, Caswell, P. M. Sims. MARSHAL. . j . slvain. ASSISTANT MARSHAL. r.w.townis. fcULES ANtTiibuLATIONS, ft ^if®PKv..V •• .7 ■ ' -i1 1. The Board of Directors may oipol any member from the association for mde.or die- otderly, or pngcntlemanly bobuvlor at any of itofiu|i«r veetiugs. ; 2. Spirituous liquors shall not bo sold or drank noon tbo grounds of tho fair. '8. There shall be appointed by tho Presi- dent, tiro or wore ' Marshals, whoso duty it •hall be tq superintend tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 September 1869
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 January 1871

• j*' WW gp^i I il CHAELES DeMO BSE, % . V • LONO SHALL OOS BANITBX BRATS Utl BRBS££—THE STASTDABD OF TBS VBSB EDITOR T0L. 23. RES RTVTIR DEMOCRATIC MEETIKO. I HI IS Ml IE, IBDIIFII CORilTIf, TEXAS, JANUARY 7, * 187 r. HUNTED DOWN. V V I I 1 V iS? 6 At * public meeting hsll Satnrlay tbe 24tli inst. the mecii.ig wn- organ- ised by calling Col. J. A. Chambers to tbe chair. Wootteo act! W. W. Walker w«a>l«c- tt,f Secretaries. The c' £lr called nP00 D'M011** explain the ol>jeat« of thr Col, DeMorse respon- ded'in a eOmpreheasive >ie«T -'j1® ,!*"a ,on ! sod the remedies to bo applied *tolu« com* plained of. On motion the chair appointed a committee to draught resolutions, 4c.. COKMZTTBB. CiarlH IWwas. "* « V IIend.mon. Calvin A Deater, w w Walker, W Joljn 0 West, J A Patterson, . Kelson Sam tog, W M Stanley, JTGiooms, G W MehaSey. The" Committee after .etlrement for a fow tn'n- utcn, returned and reported the f ollowilg ksoIu- tior.e, which were ui a >tii"usly adopted : WJ.er...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 January 1871

I** charles dzmoikjk, EDIT 0* * P R O V K I E T O J! rtS?" SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, l«7l TA.RDKKV/ I On, 41 1'ittk Row, New Yuri Wr excluaiv« ajr*. Ut* far the . luiidltrd, for that- City, Danidtt Burnot. . of twenty then iu Texas, Would have Another of the Tmw i\ .« iarcln, has ted for tlie public execution of St. A: gone to his fathers. Jbt> firsi Prtnilint of There vm kdorp Itwt^l demand for ato Text* died at Culvetit'onoti tho £th D«- moot for Fannin sod tho Alamo, whi ceuiber, at the residence of Mr. Preston ' nothing but blood could have up pen ferry, where lie had been carefully ours- and it was a inst dcmitid. Poetical , td end p o*id..-d for, a long time. Tho j,jc« d.maudfd it—outraged human n old iu hi had seen So summers, and willing- ! demanded it, at,d when the cold bluoikd ly. and t-onfideut of rWe in the future, d„*pot got a*ay, humanity * ., def. aud«l. went out to ilto belter land. From Col, . Y -t we * now it wm difficult to be with the A. to. Ilibby, to wli-Mis lie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 January 1871

-1J I V w H I ffWWSfeJLi ..u. . *'* t ASMrJ^mpita,—Tbi* *re"* ♦onic Lus achieved it pvpuliui'y tnrp.i*<i« irgany other preparation ever introduced to tlirf public. An a purifier of tbe blond. * and *« a cure for livapupaia, it wlatli- lil#) in ffsvfcr ami ajju«, or litauaie* of tlie lcnlney* its efficacy baa been MUted by ■lt<ili •airfa ami wo know of no m <1 enie that baa acTiicveil ho favorable u reputation Kortb. South. East and Weat it i«kno ni and appreciate], and ae inny add, w,tb ] out exaggeration,that '•Everybody Takes It." . fig 4(8 SSZ •SB Our Tr*4« Muk t* A Every cootTA'JlflT! W V ■ :vr'''v . A rs?* &" i . >i WM'tuSg & P|.v:, ■ 1 .... - > ill V'! spll Jiffs' i -Friendship Lodit; N vlll, A. F. & \. >1 , ho'.I their state I imeliu« o> i'i? !-i Friday m e .eii mouth. Tntfri'ii! I inl.rn iu tt d tIM t ill are cordially invito-1 to ait ml T >VN. II. 5 KY. W. M TOM A. Caeti:\:, P.i'v. W-fjHlAt ir«n«4.) K H Wl UViC^TRY ACT vuost, Boi* D.'Arc ...

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