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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 August 1842

1 4 THE NORTHERN STANDARD. if CHAS. OE MORSE LONG SHALL OUIt BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. M r"' t - VOL. I. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C.QE MORSE. TERMS: " The Northern St txmnn a published every Saturday at fire dollars per annum in advance " - Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion and fifty cents Tor each subsequent in- sertion. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight Iinc M-ill be inieJtcd for $30 per annum. t .Not exceeding twenty lines S30 per annum. Not exceeding fifty lines 8o0 per annum. Announcement of candidates for office S10 ercli. Political addresses and obituary articles charged as adver- tisements. Feraonal altercations when admissible charged double the usual rates. No advertisement of any description inserted unless paid for in ad ranee. All letters to the Editor connected with the liiiinexs of tlic piper must be post paid or they will not be received. UyExchccjujr Bills received at pa...

Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 August 1842

9- V 1.1 .MM I III Ml I f -- & s - thousand men. If volunteers for a less term of ser vice than onevcar. or during the uar. should be em ployed they would not be enabled to achieve any ob jecfof importance. Si months would he necessary to pcrlcct them in the manual exercise the drill and duties of the camp and no time would be affortlrd for operations against the enemy. As soon .is the tunc lor which they were engaged would empire if ihe-y were 110 discharged discontent ami mutiny would nrise with a broiling up to finish the catastrophe. Fnc ihous-md men returning to the s-itlcmcnts of Texas disorganized and exasperated would bo more formidable thin four times their number if the enuny invading us. If the country is once entered u ith a view-to cxtoitthe recognition of our Independence we must not abandon our object for if we should for oae moment surrender any advantages upon a se- cond attempt we should find increased difficulties and a disposition against us on the put of our...

Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 August 1842

J The Northern St a ml aril. CLARKSVILLE SATURDAY - - - - AUGUST 20 1842. ET Subscribers who have nnl heretofore paid their v cars subscription are requested to Jo so upon the receipt of Ihis . number in accordance with ihe terms. To our subscribeks After much labor difli- cully and univoidable delay wc present lo our stib- t scribers the first number of the" Nortiikrx Stand- ard." The establishment of the press was project- ed in the city of Austin during the last regular session of Congress and many gentlemen of standing and character were pleuscd to interest themselves in its success We recused at that time the names of a considerable number of subscribers many of vv horn. paid for the paper in sdvance and we presume that soiutfof them had belorethis time despaired of its "s- stio. The delay has mainly arisen from the unu.sual- ly low water in Red Rirer. during the present year Immediately after arriving here in March last c started for New Orleans. One month we were upon the riv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 August 1842

r ' i IL X It - & "EVA a True Story of Light and Daikncsss" " The 111- Oniencd Marriage" and other rocm by Sir Edward Lytton Bulwer Bart author of Eugene Aram Ilicnzi etc.. New York Jnne 11 1812. The following poem from the above named volume is from Bulwcr'slast published effort. There are many of the ndmircrsof this author as a novelist uho sneer at his claims asapoct. Wcarcnot of this number wc confess a liking to many of the little poetical effusions scattered through his novels. AVe like the measure the mcloJy and the sentiment- One ro poetical in temperament as to hnvo wriltcn the "Pil- grims of the Rhine" and the "Last D.is of rompcii" has poetry in his soul and if he never wrote two lines of rhjme n ould still be a poet. We think there arc few that will deny n high order of beauty to the annexed poem. If othern isr w e must confess our singularity. EVA; A TRUE STORY OF LIGHT AND DARKNESS. The Author has to thank an American gentleman for the beautiful story (related also...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 August 1842

Tc W THE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. DE MORSE LON& SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EEMTOFfAND PROPRIETOR. e P VOL. I. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. OE MORSE. TERMS: The NoTBtRX Standard is published' eery Saturday A fire dollars per annum in 3d ranee. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion and fifty cenu for each subsequent in- crtlon. Yearly advertisements' not exceeding eight lines will be iaseHfed for $30 per annum. Not oxceoding uonty lines 30 per annum. Net exceeding fifty lines S50 per annum. Aaaoaacement of candidates for office S10 each. Political addresses and obituary articles charged as adrer- tiseacats. Peroral 'altercations when admissible charged double the osaal rates. No advertisement of any description inserted unless paid forta Jslvance. " All letters to Uie Editor connected with ihe business of the " paper must be post paid or they will not be received. 03 Exchequer Bills received at par. AGENTS FOR T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 August 1842

V taut subject and that is the repeal of all duics upon our cotton: which would permit its not otilv bcrnr; lamlcd but sold in the limits of tlie United btalrs The cotton crop of Texas forilic last year is estimat ed at 00000 b.iles '.Thonilural tendency of this ar- ticle would bo to New Orleans connected as that city is with the whole coast of Texas by soil and steam- ship navigation Galveston and Mata-jorda bays and Brasos river and wiln Eastern and Northern Texas bv Red liver. Bv the repeal ofnll duties on Texan eotton4ilinost every bile would be carried in Ameri- can bottoms to New Orleans or the Noithcrn cities Boston Philadelphia Baltimore New York for v"thcrconstiin-.ion:or re-exportation in American bot toms a cross the obean: and thus render them markets both forthe sale of valuable crops und the purchase oft supplies and merchandise demanded oy iexas and which returns would also be in laden vessels of the U S.. and the whole operation of forming an impor poitant item to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 August 1842

The Northern Standard. CLARKSVILLE SATURDAY - - - - AUGUST 27 1S.12. D3" Subscribers who hare not heretofore paid lhcir cars suom.-111'uuh arc requested lo to so upon the receipt ol this number in accordance with the terms. We commence in this number and shall continue ' to republish the latest reviews of the New Orleans and Liverpool money and produce markets so that our readers may bo regularly advised of the fluctuations in the value of their staple commodities and the ma- terial which they receive for ihcm. We presume that we shall after a short time be in possession ofall trans ailautic news as soon or nearly so as the newspapers cf New Orleans. We commence with this number the republication ofa series of articles from the pen of Mr. Kendall which have appeared in the Picayune for some time past being a narrative of the Texan Santa Fe Expe- dition. They arc well written and will be intcresi- Lvnz'to all of our readers. Wc shall continue their publication to the close. Wearc inf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 August 1842

' . V f'A $octn. " THE ABSENT WIFE. BY ROBERT MORRIS. At twilight' soft and gentle hour When shadows o'er the dull eirth creep And nature feels the soothing power Of coming night and balmy sleep- When the tired lab'rcr hastens home Hit wife and little ones to kis And the young bcauly anxiously Awaits love' hour ordream-like bliss When nest-ward hie both bird and bee My fondest thought is still for thee 1 Again si midnight's solemn hour When eyes are closed and lips arc still And Silence like a spirit's form Rests -sweetly on each rale and hill When Love and Gritf sit side by side ArouiTd some sinking sufferer's bed Or crime in shadow seeks to hide A form to every virtue dead E'en then in dicams thy form I tec Or waking fondly turn to thec ! At rosy morn when like a gleam From some far brighter sphere than ours The sunlight with its goMcn sheen Awakes the world and tints the flowers When birds their tuneful numbers raise And chant a welcome to the dawn When nature lifts her voice in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 September 1842

THE NORTHERN CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUIt BANNER BRAVE THF. BRECZE-THE STANDARD Or THE FREi: EDITOR AMD PROPRIETOR. CLA&KSVILLE SEPTEMBER 3 1842. VOL. I. ISTf KJ. 3. STANDARD. Ithe III? h PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C.-DE .MORSE. TERMS: The Northern- Stand rd is published eTcry Saturday at fire dollars per annum in advance. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent in- sertion. . . .... Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines w "l ne insetted for 20 per annum. Not exceeding twenty lines S30 per annum Not exceeding fifty lines S50 per annum. Announcement of candidates foroffice.SlO each. Political addresses and obituary articles charged as adver tisements. Personal altercations when admissible charged double. "the usual rates. No advertisement of any description inserted unless paij for in advance. J All letters to the Editor connected with the business or tie japcr roust be postpaid or they will not be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 September 1842

r VJ 1S0 .c r s -27vVK9ZMaEVKnnuiWBHMHa.aNMMVHH lie cannot bul undcrstai.d ibat the United States do not fo regard it. The real complaint of Mexico therefore is in substance neither more nor less than i complaint against the recognition of Tc.-.ian indc- jicndcnce It may be thought lather late to repeat thnt com- plaint and not quite just to confine it to the United States to the exemption ol England France and Bel- gium unless the United Stales having bei-n the first to acknowledge the indi-pe- dtiice of Mexico herself ore to be blamed for setting tin example for the recog nition ol that ot 1 cxas. Hut it is still true that Mr. de Bocancgra's specification of his grounds of cotn- jiuimana rnuontrancc is mainiy conlinea to sucn "transactions and occurrence as are the natural con-si-qnince of the political relations existing between Texas and the United States. Acknowledging Tex- as to y an independent nation the Government of the United States of course allows and encourages law- fu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 September 1842

shall noi invade or in any way interfere with the hunting grounds of the Indians as before designated without special permission from the agent and then for friendly purposes only. Article Sth. It is agreed that the chiefs and head men of thcscveral tribes acquiescing in these articles of treaty and of such other tribes as may be desirous of entering into treaty stipulations with the Republic of Texas shall assemble at the Wacoe Village on the "West side of the Brazos river within sixty diys from and after the beginning of this article where they will be met by the President of this Republic for the purpose of entering into a more definite trea- ty as to the matters herein contained and exchange piisoners. Article 9th. It is agreed that the chiefs head men and warriors of the said tribes shall assemble at the several trading houses so soon as they shall have been established to receive suitable presents in goods and that in the month of March in each and every' year hereafter they s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 September 1842

V ir FV ?3cetr: With more than ordinary pleasure wc insert tiiciullowin: Lvautiful ifii:.-iotifrom a Lady of Clarksvil;c Ur. f fur the Northern Standard. ADDRESS TO SLANDER. BV A LADY. Hail thou that lovVt to haunt tlic shai'o On injured reputation (Inn? Vhoe trophies are the ruins made Where hate hath breathed or malice siting. Cmc. goddess of ihc dim eclipse Dark impress of detraction's mine Scathed hy tlic venom of thy lips Let purity and truth repine. Come trom thy couch nmiil the graves Thy banquet fraught with horrors rare 1 Where hatred broods and envy rates And immolated friendships are. Ah. crowned with poisons! come forsooth Woman invoices thy power to show ' How shaipcr than a serpent's tooth' Thy lings to strike thy darts to throw ' Accept the victim iiflerei! now A fitted fir thine altar's flame And shod thy mildew o'er her brow. Ami f.v. thy blight upon her name. And haste thine "air-drawn dagger" seize And immolate her innocence Mal.e filsehixl seem realities And hisp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 September 1842

N v THE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE-THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL. I. CLARKSVILLE SEPTEMBER 10 1842. NO. 4. fe a L a 7 l . V PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE- TERMS: The Northirn Standard is published crcrjr Saturday at fiie dollars per annum in ad; ai.ee. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion and fifty cents fot each subsequent in- sertion. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be inserted for $20 per annum. Not exceeding twenty lines S30 per annum. Nt esceedms fifty lines. S50 per annum Andmcement ol candid lex fur office 810 each. Political addresses and obituary articles charged ns adver- tisements. Tersosrul altercation! when admissible charged double the usual rases. No advertisement of any description inserted unless paid tot in advance. All letters t tie Editor connected with the business cf the piper mest fce post paid or they w ill not be received. 0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 September 1842

For the Standard. Mr. Editor According to promise here comes spludgc the second and I tope in accordance with your implied promise the following dialogue (acci- dently overheard) will find a place in the columns of tho Standard; so hoping no intrusion here goes. Mrs. Retail. Good morning 3frs. Wholesale I hope you are well this morning as I have run over to have a private chat with and to get your opinion np- ni ccrinin masters winch I have tor communication dueen 3Jab called early this morning andcommuni u-tcd to me new of ihe first importance. Mrs. Wholesale. Do let me hear it lam sodesi' rous to have the particulars particularly as it comes from my particvlar friend. Queen jlab She is so kind so sood natured. and amiable ; sh- is the siceelest creature m JJrs. R.Oh! iMrs. Wholesale you astonish me although I knew that you and the Queen had become (for certain purposes) somewhat recon ciled I neer expected to hear you speak in terms of praise or commendation ot her : have heard vo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 September 1842

Expenses of coIlectMDindudiog Collec- tors' salary 207 11 Nett amount for qr ending 30th April AGAIN. Amount secured from the 1st May to 30. h June two month Kelt total from In Feb. to 30th June $3611 71 2.173 21 $59S1 62 The following letter contains an account of the proceedings at the negotiation of the treaty publish- ed in our last Warren Fannin County Aug. 27th 1832. MajorC. Dt Morse. Sir. a treaty of peace ami- ty and friendship was concluded on Wednesday last the24ih Inst between Ethan Stroud Joseph Durst and Lemuel Williams commissioners appointed by the President Sam. Houston for that purpose and the Chiefs Head men and warriors of the" Ceddo Ioai Anadarko and Boluxie Indians. This desira- ble object was effected at the Chickasaw Depot in the Chickasaw Nation. Red Bear the principal Chief or head man of the Caddoes.and whose influence among all the wild In dians except the Comanches and Kiowa's it is said amounts to almost absolute authority was there and officiated as the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 September 1842

-r r JiJoctrii. THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH. BY II. W. LONGFELLOW. Under a spreading cf'csliut tree The Tillage smithy stand-.; The smith a might man is 1 c With lirge and sinew hand; And the muscles cf bis brawny arias Arc strong c iron binds. Hishairiscrisp amlb'aiL and long His face is like the tan ; His brovi is net with I onest sweat He car-s nlctc'cr he can And leeks the n hole orld ip the face For he ones nut an) man. Week oat week in from mrrn lillnic.h' "i oj can h;ar his bell jivs Hon ; You can hear h.:n sninliisliiatj sledge Wilh.neaurcd beat ami slow Like a c on ringing tl c o'd knk chimes lieu the evening sjn is low Ar.d children coming Iiotic from school Look in at the open dior They lo'c to ec me flaming forge Acd hear the bellows roar And catch the turning 'park that fl Like spatks lrjm a threshing floor. lis coca on fetir.dav to the church And sits among hi- bov; He hears tl e pareon prav and preach He hears hisdaiiLtcr's voice Singing in the tiilaue choir And it makes h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 September 1842

7"HC.' THE NORTHERN STANDARD. mzmssBm CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OCR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE-THE STANDARD OF THL FltEr. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. V VOL. I. CLARKSVILLE SEPTEMBER 17 1842. NO. 5. 4 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE. TERMS The NoftTBUuc Standard ii published every 8aturoaj at fire -dollars per annum in adrance. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per i quire for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent in--aerdon. Yearly advertisements sot exceeding eight line will be iaaeited for $30 per annum. Not xceedfor twenty lines $30 per annum. Net exceed in j fifty lice. $50 per annum. Announcement of candidate for office 810 each. Politico) addresses and obituary articles charged as adrer- liramcnts. Personal altercation when admissible charged doi)ble the usual rates. Mo adrsrtissnient of any description inserted unle-e paid tot in adrance. All letters to the Editor connected with the business of the paper must be post paid or they will not be received. Ef...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 September 1842

'-mTrg! vr r v writer has known several stout unbelievers thrown into the most ludicnous predicament by suddenly discovering that they themselves were among tie magi and hadTull the powers -of the best water find- ers The powers of "thehpagie wand" being natu- ral powers it only frquires that the naturarmcansbe present in.any individual to produce the necessary result. Any person may discover whether or not he has the powers of a water finder by the following experi- ment. Let him cut a branch of a peach or cherry tree having a fork with two twigs of a lepgth and thjcknessnearly. equal -and slender nongh to be "quite flexible. If formed correctly it will nearly re- present the letter Y. Lit him take the small ends of the twigs one in his right hand; and one in his left and hold it so that the main branch where the forks begin shall be uppermost and nearly perpendicular to the earth but a little inclining forward holding it in this position let nim walk slowly and carefully over the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 September 1842

were con5neLall night Many.-hid -themselves in alleys or contrived to get into yardt and! concealed themselves in sheds and other out-houses'. The ne- gro residents' uptown barricaded their dooYJ huide. Large bodies of men women and children uf lor were collected on tho meadows below the Point Housa. The Mayor was knocked down and the rioters opposed and defied the officers. In the course of the night all the streets in the vici- nity of the disturbances were blockaded by the sheriff's officer and city police. No person was allowed to pass from one street to the other excepting olhcers. .CoKions Gaks W6in6.Fr6m a. London MONEY MARKET NEW ORLEANS Aug. 20 1843. nnnnr av ihp Piravnne. we lparrt tfiat'n yerw lrtiriwr - SPECIE. nWdhcovery of wbrkingglass mtoa substance re I K2?JSaj5KffJf" semblhrg tho richest silk-w now being brought into very general operation ana in yairous ways' such as John Jakes A-edcuon. A few years ago there arrived at the hotel erected near the Niagara Falls an o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 September 1842

H V JJottrg. MY MOTHER. FY T. Kr. BERVEV E8 Q Jt mother! how that sacred Dame Awaken in my bosom's core Vision of bliss I once could claim But which I now may claim no more. Blis sjch as marked my childhood's yean When wrapped in thy beloved embrace I knew nJ cares nor hope nor fears Beyond that holy retting place. Mother! since those blest joys I knew How many changes time has wrought Oa nil that met n.y chilohood'a ricw Or occupied my .. i t'hood'a thought I How many wand'rr.f .? I're strayed IIoiraiau snxioua few endured I'ow often monrn'd o'er hope betray 'd How often imiled o'er bliu aecured I Vet though I're wandered far and wide Have quafi'd of pleasure's rosy bowl ; Hare hucebed upon ambition' tide And yielded to its wide control; Still from the fondest briphest dream That life and hope can yield to me Dot j memory with its magic beam Glance back to childhood' hour? and tbee. I tec Ihcc as when by thy aide 1 knelt in infant hours of peace And beard thy prayer that Heaven wou...

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