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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 October 1852

•/.if* M s r&irf& CHARLE8 DE MORSE 10*3 SHALL O0H ANSAE BBAVE THB B33H<1—T IB STANDARD or TK3 F17B UOL. 9 CLARKSVILLE, It K D It I V E R COUNTY, T E X A 8, S A T U R D A Y, CTO T OBEE, 2 8 , 18 5 2 ; WEALTH. The jrror of life into which man most readi- ly tails,'is tho pursuit of wealth ua the highest good of oxistence. While richus command res- pect, win position, and secure comfort, it is ex- pected that they will bo regarded by all olassss oul) with a strong and unsatisfied desire. Bui the tinluo reverence which is everywhere mani- fested for wealth, the rank which is conceded it, the homago which is paid it, the perpetual worship whicTi is offered it, all tend to magnify its dosireabloness, and aw.iken longing for its possession 'n tlio minds of those born without iuliLiiinnee. In society, as at present, observ- ed, tli ! acqusftion of mmoy would seem to be the lici^h of humnn aim—the great object of living, co which all other purposes are made subordinate. Money whic...

Publication Title: Standard, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 October 1852

16 Ml pp>>ajf_ ( From the Wetler Texan. IT WITH THE INDIANA Cqpt. Hhaw's Pursuit of und Fight vilh the Indiant—Sine Indiant Killed—Capture of a dumber of Morses, Mules, Bridle*, Sad• dlit, Blanket i and other eouippaye. We Icran from Lieut. K. Burknon, who paa- fed through this city fin Monday last, with don* pirtelies for His Exudlomy Governor Well, that on tin 17(h instant, Cant" Shaw, of the Texas Itaugcr, having learned that a largo party of Indiana (a hvndred or more,) hud jmssed down <m th« Mcxicun side if the llio Grande and eroasal over into Texan, at Belleville, whore thejf had divided into small parlies, started out on * scout from Camp Dee, uifteen wiles above Laredo. Threo milea from csmp he struck an Indian trail, which ho followed the Hau Kwjue, ono of tho tributaries of the Neuers, a distunee cf seventy odd wiles, where he came suddeuly upon nu Indian camp, eurly in tho morning.— Tnc Indians wore oaken by snrpriacbutinstant- ly prepare* for battle ank challen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 October 1852

)Uti Nio >rn: It ho ho- pod Io iu- ?ka on in ha (To al- E IllC jo* V' y bn Ld lis lit f L' % CITATION. THE STATE OF TJSXAS,) Otwty nf Titus, | To ni Sukricf or iaid Oovxtv, Garni so. "1T7"HEREAS, John Hendriok*, one of the Arm YV of N. Tmwiok & Co. personally appeared be- fore me The*. J. MoKoo an acting Justice of the Peace in and for said County who after being Du- a Sworn as the law directs depoaeth and saith that torge Yates is Justly indebted to N. Trawiok & Co. in the sum of twelve dollars and forty one oenU in accoumpt and tbat the said George Yates lms so secreted himself that the common and ordinary proooss of law cannot be served upon him;tliis is therefore to command you to summons tho said George Yates by publication in tho Northern Stun dard a newspaper publishod in Clarksvillo for throe successive weeks to bo and appear before mo nt my office in' the Town of Nouut Pleusant 011 the last Saturday in November next 1852, on or bofore 2 o'clock of that day, then ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 October 1852

V u h I I 1 From th* BottbnjOlive Branch. FANNY FERN ON MATRIMONY. CONCESSIONAL EMSODE. APEAKKBAY PILOTS STORY or lib* eve of ■t certain smos rovsna AID MRU. * ' pilot, lull uj sciuethiiig awful,' said Ilia* 0,; '#aau!tliinj, for instance, abodt a hor- rid wreck!' Let Me aoe, it wm four veare ago last March, as Wo were cruising off the capes, having rah out of IltnptoQ roads, just after a hard blow from the eastward was over, and the breeze hod sprang up from (ho westward. <We were running nut under jib end maiusoil, whoa early in thu mmi'tr? we mule something OB tho weather bow which looked like a wreck, which we kiwwrd iu reason it couldn't be, but then not being any Mil iu sight, aud as we hud plen(y °f tiinc, we luffed up to see whut it was. That's what people always ought to do, whether xhey have time or not. God knows bow many u poor fellow had stood alone on a wreck when a vessel had posed iu plain sight, supposing it to b3 abandoned. Ah yes, it w.is abandoned af- ter that...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 October 1852

lb- i t v Xj. OHARLCt DE MORSE u TU STANDARD or TBI Mil « VOL. 9 CLABKS VILLE, TEXAS, 8 ATUBDAY, KIVEB COUNTY, RED OCTOBER, 3 0 , 1 8 62 prised if you see Latin, lying cm the tabic. INTERESTING TO LADIES. Tub Wowtw or Maine.—Mrs. h. B. Stowe, who is now rending in Maine, draws a picture of the ladies of that State, which is, in all its foatures but one, most pleasing. tVo glance first at the bright side of the picture. "You go," t^ays Mrs- Stowe,"into a plain farm-l^ouse,whore the furniture and all the appurtenances retain the most primitive simplicity—but be not sur- n, Greek.and German books „ You look inquiringly, and are told, perhaps, of a certain Mary Ann,or Ma- ria, who is keeping school up at Umbugog, or use other impossible ou t-of-tho-way place,whose oofcs these are. She has long done using them —she got them when she first begun; now she Aifitffktliem for Cynthia, or Louisa,., or some KitVar fair successor in the family line, who is e- \ jkttWy hardy and energetie u her a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 October 1852

F\ { tp: IfYuin the Sasheile Union ID DEVELOPMENTS. Hwe cmi it" longer bo any doubt that Gen. Biott is to be run as anti-slavery candidate.— His advocates in tbo Forth urtfohis election ex- clusively upon this ground. The prediction of Col. Gentry in already realised, and has fallen MrCKtlf in the hamls of the enemies of the CMMItntfbn. We find in the Kentucky States- num. • tetter from James A. Briggs, Esq., a leading whig politician in Ohio. Ve extract a portion of it: LETTER FROM JAS. A B1UGGH, ESQ., QY OHIO. «Gon. Pierce is legitimately the candidate of the slave prauwnndistH of the South, and their natural allies ofthe North. "While he was Rep- resentative and a Senator in Congress, accord- iag to the record uh made up by Dr. Beiloy, of the National Era, (and his testimony 14, to be taken without any <JoubU, as the Doctor has no afinites for the Whigs) Gen. Pioroo sbowod himself to bo tho friend aud backer of the Rhctts and Culhouns, on every auestion where slavery was conco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 October 1852

IS OTP to Callfor- annin Co., g the Town of about 100 aor«B THE Subscriber wishing to Emit nia, offer* for sale, hit property in —consisting of, one form adjoinin, Bonham on the North, containing i 46 aeres in cultivation,with nit orchard,com- fortable bouses, Stable Ac. The place on whioh he now lives, about seven miles N. E. from Bon- ham containing 640 acre*—SO acre* in Qultivation with good houses, stable fto., 4o., one of the most convenient Tanyards in the State containing 30 Uy-away vats, filled with leather,and a good stock of Hides and Bark, also an undivided interest of one half in another Tnnyard about 21 miles N. E. from Bonham, containing about 700 aures of Land. At this yard there aro 24 Vats filled with leather and a good stock of Ilidea and Bark on hand.— The buildings at both yards are good and the ap- purtenances very convenient for carrying on the business, adjoining and convenient to both yards enances very convenient for cai , una is an unexhaustable supply of b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 October 1852

' ff W * m ■*TT" ■jaJw I ahiMUi.JUfc'HJuwi.i .'iiMgag ANOTHf.fi LttJTKK FltOM MIL JJ5NI- FKR. rill no doubt have nwu m u c of the de- _ ions and still moru unjust insinuations wlilah I bo publics tiou of iny letter to you ot'tht 10b Angu* t han brought upon me. My object is uot further to notito theui than to correctj nationt isiwMuoob at fsoU into whioh ooims gentle-j For instance. Governor > - JP - — tacts, the minority, or any portion uf them, I 1'UaN CI S t AIil- A 11 1 KR, WKt- ahould M that they had been dttvIveU, audj Of JJalt.mflW, feUfchkd a large audience that fuleo pretence KidJbwft field oat by which I Monday «l*lrt. with an cWottt and moat tell-; they were induced to -fceieut to the nowiuatimt, Ing speech of some two hours. Holm* raan> . " ' - - *• 1 ' uuuties of oratory P R 0 [ £ S S10 N AL CAP. OS CAMTOri sm>Mi)Kcvip i, Mm Spavin DB.E S.IOOK ii m,nv j TT A8 again commenced the practice of Medicine, . _ mo iu ra > sj d £ . j,, cinrkuviUe and will at all tim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 November 1852

♦ ss. II rom tsr * of >«. lf But. "s'unl "'■1 M T ti( «' t! ill l1' nu, <i*ith >«tW«5 not In, ami trt. bi> r«. if i| Hid m Jed to Tnija S'S. and ht, fin. h', to, t'HOK- • 101 klah r*"ti. |v (?'•- ll '• I wi'd the Mo* |'l 'ho r,i'M the v ■ m V v-a* ; •* • >, * t? % _ w?rwf. < v.j ,!• ■ 1^.. fej£ a ■*'■ * ,af- <>• (R! 'i* lomo shall ow* sannbr bbatb thx bmszb tub stamoabs or ths ran JnfL % >. V- I - J # ■ • , 'I. ., . > Ml*'-f* Ji'tS1 •• y%ys MtV4 v '$ * Sfi*r ■ ■ jflSkf^.V1'' t! * „ CLAKKSVILLE, RED HI V E R COUNTY, IE X A S, 8 AT® B B A V, NOVEMDEB, IS.lSffS. words were scarcely uuJiuio ,iud tue ' not at first oompreheud the full hor- ituation—but, as the poison oper- 'sh woman's declaration was legi- in her convulsed features. No •ngor restrain them. In vain their nosed. r ay repulsed him— victim by the hair ito it, after lueera- ndrud sabre strokes. As for tho child, it strojred by this ex- lirrwiso than great ir himself told mc \ canst not joke u may...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 November 1852

h HEAITY \ ATI u TO WOMAN. l cr i- 3-■ n-i. ti*i| | ,- • iii (••'uoty ft* |jfi jx r to ijrr -t • liie f..i:- n. Th-S 1,"V" ninl tin' Graces j:( 1.■ i11"> lutui'ttllv ill •! Woman' eomiteu.iili hut Io 111 iplile Oil* of | liiee i'i mail's; fii<4 I'h1 • i,* I.mill I til b'i oleitlj !iuj i;u> bu allotted U be p.ctiir. but it i ■1 v. f iu bitsiiii -Ss to lie I''. ...i'itul Jle"!lt.y <'f lime kind ! mi'- h tlv sttrtintte 'if tho ->• lllii! J >111.'II «">II J<.U>11V Ik' Hiii'l li> loci llCi'soil • I woman. why hrs li"!, «.n< lint* of her lit", at all Ovi'tii-. i'eii .ere Il to be fair. Beauty '• ' -g I. r:- .hi <•'tuyjiti' •!' its •■(iu. ami ili.it alu.;}- v,Tiifi\in< t:n • Nl* cclcbrate'! bftintja <■ i*■ • wed t'.vir i,y„:,i t-linrm:' I" llii VeGning .'ilii'M- tin*? which tl.'.ir native ones lm■.• • given l)n '< T< v\u* tiic v.'itoUnii i ■ •• tin) p'lelry "1' tin :i <*t: of flti' .'.hylillit .• Oppose! .VOtllUll I" !< lii tnilIt'll', ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 November 1852

tawa Tho Estato of 0 me two month* since, PKAKE, TUB Suliscrihor wishing to Emigrate to Califor- nia, offera for rale, his property iu Fannin Co- —consisting of, one fnrw adjoining the Town of Uoofanm on tko North, containing about 100 acres Land 45 acres in cultivation,with an orchard,com- fortable houses, Stablo &,o. Tho place on which ho now lives, ubout seven miles «. K, from Bon- ham containing 640 acres—50 ncros in cultivation with good hnu.ies, stable &a„ &e., one of the most convonieat Tanyards in tho 8tato containing 30 lay*way tats, tilled with leuthor.and a good stock of Hides arid Hark, nlso an undivided interest of one half in another Tanyard about 21 miles X. K j* 'out two or throe inches high, quite , - .and rather stout built; though not •shy, opeaks very quick, whan spoken to, his teeth aro very good, fte liad on, ' plantation, a bluo blanket over coat, and whito cotton pants. No marks rooolleotod. t will give fweutv dollars reward for him, if he is appr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 November 1852

H i I NEW ilOOKil. "Example- i•/' lilt <iiuidcut!'. A pure, iii'triictivc, iutcroi|h|gbc^k| w*°o (r^'tiveby HottUiucHt, U> uiglil, and exjireMIBo, ii« indeei a benefaction to thsroadinjj public.—- J'ur «ueh a gift our Gr«;-i<l> < are tioW indebted to Mr. Sigourncy, of '/onr'oiiattt. _ A beautiful \oluin<', entitled "liianipk-* of Life end Death, L u becu contributed witii the new year to, the religious literature ut' our li'jfarics by this gifted and pioun lady. I ', p.1 ruling this captivating volume, we felt ae it vwi'loring through a rich gjllcry of antique portrait*,where the stern,nion ly faces of lierors and m.irtyni stand out in bold relief beside the jar.ilefeatures of the beauties of olden time, and win r> the appropriate cos- t unc of tho age sheds ov< !■ the wnole an indes- cribable air of reality. I i is delightful to wan- der through tiic (.'idler:'- f the past, with so a- grceable and gift'<1 acic-rono. l'hose who love to see "philosophy tcji...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 November 1852

>'> J jj m 'j I >-■ I r.i ,u i(y> 4-ii 11 I Ik THE STAND charles DE MORSE VOL. 10 t/ CLAHK8VILL E, 11 K D thb standahd or tbs free r?- T K X V T U 11 D A Y % lono shall otjh banner brave the breeze V- l C O U T Y, NOVEMBEU, 20, , 1 8 5 2. OFFICK OF TIIK TEXAS EMIGRATION, AND LAND COMPANY. Lot ismit, SmaswiR 18tli, 1852. Joint C. J'anion Exq. tv pcab sir: Mr. Sinitli luni'ig returned from tho North, wo now proceed //« idly to express our opinions in regard to matters in the colony, and in doing so, it is but a reiteration of tho views, horetoforo giv- en to you by the writers individually. i fWe huvo heard and soen much In relation to jtho difflcultieN in tlio Colony, and most deeply do- ploro tho ciroumstancos which gavo rise to thom. IThey were suoh however as wo had no right to i control. Wo did not consider Mr. Iledgcoxo as jtho Agent of our company in tho dischargo of his 'duties under the aet of tho 10th of February 18- '52. llo wus tlio sworn officer of tho Stato o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 November 1852

r J ' 1. i TIG STJJDARB. DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL. OLARK8VILLE: SATURDAY NOVEMBER, 20, 18 52 Y. B. hlWi i *w Mthorind Imt forth* Man- tail, at Vow York, PhlUdtlpbit art InM. B. W. Wilqr, Mo. IT, It. CkarUs iu**t, for *•« Or- *0 ABVlBTIilWO OB JOB iM Will BB BOBB At T&tt OTHCT PIT A CTUPIT. AOSJRI 70B THB'ITABSABS. ~~ l.smnr County. • JohnR^ Crsddock, Fanuln Count/ Oration, • Cook*, • Denton, Dalits, * • Kill., . Tarrant, Collin, • Kauftnan, Tan. Zandt, Hopkins, Hunt, M. II. Dixon, I). W. Bradley. Bluford Clements, P. Aaron Hill. A. P. Loyd Co. Clark, T. C. lluwpe, J. B. MoPherson, County Clerk, F. Jordan, Mlenjah Goodwlu, Rubt. Kitilnigb, William Fitiliugh, U. lnglish, Wm. Oibbnrd, 0. H. Hill, Kldridge Ilopkini, Jumai Drndley, John Lundon, P. M. M. SsbHilptiM la advance, 13,60. Spatial >0tlca. MFThe sevoral gentlemen members of the Universal Whig party of the World, resident in tho Red River District of Texas, who contracted to pay 95 for tho Standard when Pierce carricd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 November 1852

A w-& ri- te i-1 m vv V A**«rtta«M.< The attention of Advertiser* of all olasues, who mav be doslrous to secure the business patron- iibo of the people of Northern Text*, is ajfaincaH ed to the facilities for effecting such an object, pro- moted by tho columns of Tho Standard. The on* lv public Journal published in tho Red Kivor re« ilion of Texas, it has almost an exclusive circula- tion in tho Counties of Bowie, Titus, Hopkins, Red River, Lamar, Fannin, Grayson, Cooke, Den. ,on Collin, Hunt, and Dallas, bosides a scattering circulation, in contiguous Counties. Its entire clr dilation is larger than that of any other Journal in tho State, cast of the Trinity River; and it ii believed only equalled by that of one other Jour- nal within tho State: and it js steadily Increasing, Those, who may, for any object, wish to arrest the observation of tho cltisons of one of the most densely settled sections of the State, the pro- ducts of which, are in the east,and along tho Rod River ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 November 1852

lb r | t r i - i i , i w MAT1UMON1A1- 110AX.< On, Tuesday evening lust, n cleur In n* was "uj*>n u gontleiiuifi at tin* Hull aud Moutli iu llriggnt'c Ia'ciIs. Hume fix weeks or several matrimonial advertisements ap- peared iii (lit1 London iifWH|Hi|>cn* from gentlemen Wanting wives. Some imiiiilieis of the Lueds Stock Kxcliange tiMikit into their lieails to lioux aoUio efthose adventurers, and they uwowiingi)' >nten-d inton ei rrespnndenee with tin- |*irti#s advertising, adopting lor tliu purpose the 11111110 of M!m liitilcy. After seine correspondence, two of the parties sent down iJintneriipliic like I.pssosof tliciiiHelveH, iiikI the third iutiiHutcd that "liu thought the substance better than the shadow," and suggested a ]ierxonnl interview. "Sliss Halloy," thought so ton, and wrote accor- dingly, lamenting the awkwaid position she wan iu, but adding, that she had Mentioned the Matter to her brother who had reluctantly con- sented Irt the illterview, and had promised...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 November 1852

i. if 'A \ m § \a I # i i •, III 1 || ~Wi • I ; l • 'p |ri « ' i2| V$W' &■;!«' is 11 B | «• * m t STA-PJBA« CHARLES DE MOH<fi towa SHALL OUR BAMMBI BlATB TKB IU1Z1—TU BTAMDABD 07 TKB rill VOL. 10 CLARKSVILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, T£XA8, SATURDAY, NOVKNBlttt, 27,,1 8 68. EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE. r '12' ri| on /f«t yftiwri Toufcc County, Oc/. 29Wt 1851'. Arrived h?H>, .yesterday morning early, aftef- havihg slept cut, on wet blankets, over nights ilia Honor the Judge, and a member of tho Bar, l'rolii MoKlnney, left Gainesville, on Wednesday morning, with tin- ruin pouring down upon them, desiring to come here. The Brigadier General ami myself waited aw liilo, and during a cessation of tho storm, started out with tho same destina- tion. Our road, I r right or nine miles, was the Military rood from I'rustoh to tho Forts, but at about that distune we wero to find a very fuint trail, leading to this pi.ice. This trail your cor- respondent fouudund followed, but his Honor, and the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 November 1852

3 ! || Fi : r: it 0 I i; (ft iu t ! V ► *1 J1 I 3 „i ~ -J* HONOH&TO MR. WKC8TCK. A meeting of tlie oituctis of Uharleatoti was held on the UOik of October, to pa^ a tribute ot reapset to tbo memory of the late illustrious autcsm in and jurist Daniel Webstw. The May- or if the city preaided, cud come most eloquent tfectht* weie tutde by the eminent men of Charleatou, but We have only apace for the re- marks of the Hon. Robert Barnwell Rhett, the great chumpit in of remxionwm iu South Caro- f)USt Wlicae-policy Mr. Wobator has ho often anc- eMuduNy conibattcd and defeated. Mr. Rhctt ■poke at follow*': Mh. Mayor.—My distinguished friend who offered the resolutions remarked that but few of those present hud had the opportunity of know- ing Mr, Webster in society, or had heard fria great efforts in the Senate, f learn, sir, that 1 era the only person present who has had the op- portunity ho alludes to, and it muy, therefore, not be improper for me to address a few word* to this mootin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 November 1852

SS5E#P?sv5i r • iWi t. r€? V '**'/•:. I V . c,T?* 4 ' To AdreHltert. The Attention of Advortltere of all elassos, who m v bo desiroua to secure the business potron- rloof the people of Norther# Tex*#, in again call- C,I to the fiteiliMoa for effertjng s ch an object, pre- sented by tho column# of The Standard. Tho on* lv public Journal published in the Red Rivor re- gion of Texua, it hat almoet an exclusive circula- tion in the Countiot of Bowie, Titus, Ilopkini, Red River, Lamar, Fannin, Grayson, Cooke, Den- ton, Collin, Hunt, and Dallas, besides a scattering circulation, in contiguous Counties. Its entire oir culation is larger than that of any other Journal in the Stuto. cast of fho Trinity River; and it is believed only equalled by that of one other Jour- nal within tho State; and it is steadily increasing. Those, who may, for any object, wish to arrest the observation of tho citiaens of one of the most densely settlod sections of tho State, tho pro- ducts of which, are in the e...

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