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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 January 1849

AND PATIENTS. The wisdom and importance of the follow- ing suggestions ndoptcd by the National Medical Conventions of lSlG-'7 have struck us.so forcibly that we transfer them to our columns: JVaficiinl Intel. .- . Of (lie Duties of Physicians to their l'aliems and Ike Obligations of Palicu'.s Physicians. to their Art. 1. Duties or Phasicians to their 1 A physician should not only be over t-nn.lv m nhnviha calls of the sick but Ins -l nnnl.i n-a fo be im' u.'d with the great ness of his mission and the responsibility lie habitually incurs in its discharge. J hose obligations arc the more deep and enduring because there is no tribunal other than his own conscience to adjudge penalties for c3c" lessness or neglect. Physician should therefore minister to the sick with due im- pression of the importance of their ollice; re- flecting that the case the health and the lives of those committed to their charge de- pend on their skill attention and fidelity. They should study also in their dep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 January 1849

1 I . . . . -A- - -.-M-liI IPIUMMI W- " lri'U lfM ft jijpwngi g it' n nV j-j- . .- .u :e-wi- ojHK:i v'. !"Vri .TT in i; i dv?7i .. C4 a r liliapsW'W ti rj '- :-. " JKifT l. y- CLAERSVII1E JfflHiiary tbe 19tb 1849. - fe. ll'lMlU'WII l ' WUI HH.I'1 liTH" 'WW -y-..- JJi -P.ip-n !! w-. .--. T fc i. " r - - II G i iME MM r a ' i "1 1 7 I i j j jk fj j 'TPt"' JPJRESIDEST'S MESSAGE. FhaGtlieni of the Senate and of the House of RcDrcstntaticei : tinder the benignant Providence of Almighty God the representatives of the States and of the people are again brought together to deliberate for me puDiic goou. inc grauiuae 01 mo nation iu the sovereign Arbiter of all human events should be commensurate with the boundless bleating vmen we eniov. Peace plenty and contentment Tcign ihronghout our borders and our beloved country presents a n:-hlims moral spectacle to the world. The. troubled and unsettled condition of some of the principal European powers has had a necessary tendency Jo check and emba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 January 1849

.v v -M Jp ; 4 -I . SB' - spirit of harmony of good fellowship of com--! .promise and mutual concession in' the ad- ministration of tho incomparable system of Government formed by oar fathers in the midst of almost msupcrablo difficulties and transmitted with the injunction that we should enjoy its blessings and hand it down unim- paired to those who may come after us! In view of the high and responsible duties which wc owe to ourselves and to man- kind I trust you may be able at your pres- ent session to approach the adjustment of the only domestic question which seriously threatens or probably ever aan threaten to -disturb the harmony and successful opera- tion of our system. The immensely valuable possessions of . New Mexico and California are already in- habited by a considerable population. At- tracted by their great fertility their mineral woalth their commercial advantages and the salubrity of the climate emigrants from the older States in great numbers are already preparing ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 January 1849

- -a5- --'--SJPij- fr l established at f he cityof- Ney York. The The gross amount of postage during the last importance ofthit .measure .is .greatly in-.fiscal year amounted to four million three 'creased by the acquisition oftli'c rich mines j hundred and seventy-one thousand rind seven Ul 4UU piVblUUS IllCIUia III ilC" ilIb.lltU . California and especially in the latter. Lrcneat the recommendation heretofore made in favor of the graduation and reduc- tion of the price of such of the public lands as nave uccn long oncrea in inc man;ct n: andlty-scven dollars exceeding the'annuel aver age received for the nine years Immediately preceding the passage of the act of the third of March 1845 by tho sum of six thousand (bur hundred and fifty-three dollars and cx- cccdiii in few hands and had seen the splendor 1 ot-.tho overgrown establishments ot an aristocracy which was upheld by the re- strictive policy. Theyforgotto lookdown upon the poorer classes of the English population upon whose...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 January 1849

P t v - .:. - 4 5-.!? a S-ntcrtairttho olemn-iSoirvifcffoYfnrairiKS SnWfoSnrifhnfivpR TKav"5l.Er the internal '"?Amoiican this time thu whole series 'of measures com posing it will bo speedily rc-cstnblished and -the country be thYown back-from its.prcscnt iiigh stale 'of prosperity which the existing . policy has produced and be destined again to witness all the evils commercial revul- sions depression of prices and pecuniary embarrassments through which we have pass ed during the last twenty-five years. To guard against consequences so ruinous is an object ot nigli national importance in volving- in my judgment the continued pros - perity of the country. I have felt it to be an imperative obliga- gion iu niuuioiu my constitutional sanction (o two bills which had passed the two Homes ot Congress involving the principle of the internal improvement branch of Hie "Amcn- can system" aud conflicting in their provi- sions with tho views hero expressed. This power conferred upon the Presi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 January 1849

T NOKTHERN STANDARD. r- CHARLES DE MORSE. lAfSG SHALL OUR BANNER. BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR St. PROPRIETOR. TIE i I VOL. 6. THRILLING VERSES. The circumstances which induced the writing of the following most touching and thrilling lines are as follows: A young lady of New York "was in the habit of writing- for the -PhilariVlphia Ledger on the subject of lemperance. Her wilting was so full of pathos and evinced such deep emotion of soul that a friend of her's accusad her of being a maniac on the subject of temperance ; whereupon the wrote the following lines. Go feel what I have felt Go bear w hat I have borne . Sink 'neath the blow a father dealt And the cold world's proud scorn; Then suffer on from year to year Thy sole relief the scorching tear. Jo kneel 23 1 have knelt Implore beseech and pray Strive the besotted heart to melt -The downward course to slay Be dashed with hitter curse aside Your prayers burlesqued your tears defied. . Go weep as I have wept ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 January 1849

4 Mr. Sinclair whose r.incho is three miles above Sutter's on Hip nortli siue 01 mc Amer- ican employs about fifty Indians ir. the north folk not far from its junction with the main stream. He had been engaged about five .u ulipn I caw him. and up to that time his Indians hnd used pimply closely wovei.J willow baskets His nett procerus iwtucii J unw) "ere about 100i)0 woilh .r gold. He showed me the proceeds of his last week's work fouitccn pounds avoirdupois of clean-washed gold. The principal store nt Sutter's fort that of Brannan St Co. had recricn in pajment for goods $33000 (worth of this gold) from the 1st of May to the Kith of July. Other merchants hnd also made; extensive sales. Large quantities of goods woie daily Font forward to tlie mines as the Indians heietofore so poor and degraded have sud- denly become consumers of the luxuries of life." I bcfoio mentioned that the greater part of the Ikrmeis and the tancheios had jibar.doncd their fields to go to the mines. This is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 January 1849

Correspondence of the JYat. Intel. THE GOLD MINES OF CALIFORNIA. Alta California Monterey August 29 ISIS. Messrs. Gvlt.s St. Sevtov The gold ex- citement I.asprecipltatcd all California on the raii.es. The discoveries which arc made and the quantity ot gold taken out throw- fiction into the shade and cast "Aladdin's lamp" into darkness. There are now about three thousand persons. whites and Indians at work in the mines. They get out at the lowest computation ocra million in gold per month and this ijuantity will in all prob- ability bed oubled by the time thw letter reaches vou; for Oregon the Sandwich Is- lands and the now emigration will bo down upon us. In the mean time we hae very little coin- ed money in California and thi gold is sold at an immense sacrifice to keep this little in circulation. The gold has been thoroughly assayed and proved to be over twenty-three and a half carats fine; and yet many who get it out arc forced to part with it at ten dollars the ounce heavy vi e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 January 1849

Gleanings flom-Foreign Journals. By the Britannia Mr. T. B. Macuuley the cx-mcmbcr fur Edinburgh has been elected Lord-Rector ol GIalow University ousting Lis opponent! the lormer Rector Colonel Mure M. P. When tho Britannia left England it was j 1 .!-.. .1... KJam Lfiil cllrrlltlv lncspnpd I nopcu u.m u.u - - V - ill violence at any rate it nau hui u.nuv progress. The total number of cases fmni its first apperance had reached 1029. of which 533 had proved fatal and 331 were still under treatment. Tho American ship Burgundy Hunt with 3D0 emigrants passengers from Bremen for New Orleans and the bark Atlantic be- longing to Bremen for New York also with passengers were wrecked on the Goodwin nl T.nnr Sanda on the 21th ult. The Bur- ...... --D gundy was lost all the passengers were sa- ved but in a state ol utter destitution. From the Atlantic the master two passengers and a boy were sw?pt overboard nnd lost the remainder were saved. In the south of Ireland thcro had been some indicati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 January 1849

V "j appesp- THE NORTHERN STAN pkt. CHARLES DE MORSE. I.OXC SHAM. OCR. B.VWER. BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE TREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 6. CLARKSV1LLE RED RIVER. COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 3 0 1S4ST3 NO. 37- 1 A V ' ' jy aUIb Jea - Ior i!iq Northern Standard.' 13IAXDA. She was beautiful. Her fair cheeks were tiug'd with the rose's hue And her dark hair fell in lambent ourls Upon a neck of snowy whiteness; Her form seraphic burst upon the eight Likc'a bright vision of celestial world ; Her voice melodious far than luta or string - Or wabling of sweet bird thrill'd while it pleased And her deep blue" ere serenely smiled On all it fell and when it wept sorrow Seem'd angelic. Yet she was heartless. T was but the tinsel of the poet's dream Or silent marble of ilu s:ulpVr's art : Oft have I mark'd her in her lattice bower I'ensivo and alone or when gay fialt'rcrs Thronged around her in the gay saloon And leant enraptur'd on her wild sweet song And silent wished that on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 January 1849

otggs8tif.iiM.iyaa?s?iUKgg-fct-'w&JtlJ M a-' IS? protcctcdrabr.es. Wagca .throughout tin 1 or labor fJrWSai fa but e wfiolc country become lower than they were accmllj3ti()n .Jr10 g3js 'lf hh Vreu.ro! nciore. liecausc iiiuiirmeinio uruuia "' ioTw lataver tleslrovs lln si principl-s of commerce. Tha local livo of Oh 'render capital incstcd. ink manufacturers moperty. -It atlcmpisjo organize labor aiuPcapiptc and Louisiana of .Mississippi and Massachusetts j mere profitable by; cnhniiccdpriees of. the WiwsJJtn?!.. the ploriu of uie-pi.rsujt -by re-1 are more variant in some respecis man ui-sa oi ma- 1 v oilier States beyond the limits of the Union. Now. whilst we acknowledge the benefits of reeip- rocnl free trade between thmr- four States thus dit- hering iiulheir -local institutions wages Slid pro- ducts the protectionists deny that it would bo bene- firial id establish reciprocal unrestricted cir.iitnem with otlior States h-jyond n;r limits. Vet variant lbiras of gnvcrnuijiit e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 January 1849

nnmena TUB STANDARD A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL ' .Ail recall in; EQUAL KIGIITS PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN AND bProSED TO ALL CHARTERED MONOPOLIES CLARKSVILLE: SATOftDAYrJAXUAIlY UJlT 1319 - rz The V.'railier. The most disigrccablc spell of weather we bae ever known still continues. It b coalinll'y raining ordrizzling tha streets are in terrible condition; the water course all higty and worse thin all.we have 110 mail?. TIio Itirr. Old Rod is still high. Since onr last The Tcx- taa Tlie WooJstrim and the Violet have all been at our landing. . The WoodsTtati.brought around from Ciininnatli load cf articles for tiaffic furnitnrc and produce. Apples are plentiful here now or rather we should ey will be. as soon as they cm be hauled from thc landing over the almost impissable read. -- -- unless repetition. ID We were favored by J. K. Oliver Esi..v.ith j To .r friC;uls ho wish to go. and can go.wiih- a Dily Picaynnccf the 5ih bat find little in :!. . ssrwH3 sacrifices we siv. no on! secir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 January 1849

Pi' -- TTTK CHKROKKES. m.; n.cinrvPrftscnt Condition and Future J.IB.U JHOiv.j --- Prospects. The Cherokee people have more than any other Iniliansperliaps.cngagi'ii the nttciutnti ofthc citizens and government of the United ....... c mnnv associations have existed i..t.v..nti iIip whites and thrtn: so many no Me and thrilling- incidents have filled up their history; so many tragical evenjs Iiiiv-s oc- curred ainoiigrt Ihcm and i1nallylhcirdooin. for the last twelve or thirteen years has been so u.ifo Innately d:.ik that yhilanlhro- pists and stalc.nen could not but look upon them with the intensest interest lo behold a brand of the abo.igir.es of I is cmlincn quietly seated in thrir acknowledged tcrnto-n-: having abandouad their savage custom ami habits lor the condition of civilized Mb; ceding for themselves a simple hut a wise form ofgovernment and gathenng around them all those circumstances which were fa- vorable to their advancement in human knowl- edge and human happiness was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 January 1849

h THE NORT III J F--J'" II ITT CHARLES DE MORSE. L.OXG SHALL OUR BAXXER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE- EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 6. CLARK5VILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 27 1849. NO. 33 jbi-'Tuuw.j: h H Si e5 1 A li UAIl U From the New York Tribune THOUGHTS AT THE OLD HOMESTEAD. BY F. J. OTTERSOS. Oh God! I thank thec: once again My wandering feet have borne me home; Through many a year of joy and pain I've had and yet may have to roam. A cherished purpose of my heart That ever gleamed along my way That in the darkest hours would start To cheer me is fulfilled to day. The trees that wave above me now The stream that murmurs at my feet The breeze that cools my throbbing brow The wild wood .bird that sings so sweet The statclr evergreens that rise Like fadeless Hope o'er all below Still pointing to the azure skies The shining path we all should 50 The very clouds that shade the wood While hero and there the sun looks through Like happy thoughts in Solitu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 January 1849

r.s prizes ol war or adjudged to be forfeited for a Iji.-jcIi of thc-mamcipillausof cuher of the high' contrasting-panics end1 belonging wholly to their riirns nr'snhWt. ! It is fnther stipulated that v easels of the kingdom nf Hanover nny se'ect their crews from any of the' .. r ti.o nnnn-nir-lmn-il.r.iiiit!i. nrnii1iil tint the master of each 1)3 a subject of the kingdom of Hanover. AaTicf.E VI. ..... .1 i .- i 11 1 t .i Xo lnirlier or other duties shall be i.p.nnc.l on the o . importation ini.1 ma umica .-laur- .n anv aniciui me grow... prouuee or muiunuurc ... uit King - com of Hanover or of it .ihcrtes and n liiphw orciucr uuues siuii ir imiiirva mi iiiciiojwiaiiuu mu lite MncdOJi oi lfl'lincr oi aiv anrcn-i Kir growth urodacc. and Manufacture of the I'liited' States and of th.-.r f.-hene. linn arc or thill he pavable on the like ariules being the growth pro due; oi maa.ifartaro of an) other fo.eign country or of its fisheries. No higher or other duties andelnrges sln'.l b.; im...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 January 1849

I. M. BALL M. D. HAYING located in the town of Boston here- by tenders his sen ices to the people of bovvie county in all the branches of h:s profession. Tnn fll. ICIil t " Jan. 2Tth 1819. (no 38-Gm.) cutta daily in August and September. In Ja pan the disease again appeared and thirty died daily of it; at Benares in Hindoos G.000 died during the summer. In 1827 from the month of January the city of Calcutta was visived by cholera. It was now obscrv cd that the animals were under the influence of the epidemic and to su:h a degree that they died in frrpnl numlinra Af-inv ririns ill fill Presidency of Bengal and Hindoos-tan were invaded during that Vear. In I8iS!) the chol-i era crossed tne Ural lUouiilams which cpa-f rates Asia from Europe. It appeared in the up in Paris on a Sunday morning he finds it' Noliee is therefore ijiven to all persons interest CUV UrcnUUr". nll Ol norm InmilllKV niia. hnr.l f fnnwnnn nm II I ml if is ...-11.. ... cu J "r - Hl.114 u UUIIIIIIUU 1111111.11 1IIU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 January 1849

'n 'THBSTUDENT'S cave. This cnvc was first explored by some of the students from Mercer University accom panied by one of the professors on the first ol August Iela. une oi the parly commn nicated the following description to the Sa- vannah Rcnublicsn: The Student's Cave is situated in Raccoon Mountain with its mouth in Tennessee though doubtless a large pait of it is under Georgia. The cntiancc to it is about half way up the nortli side of the mountain and consists of an opening in the form of a pa- rallelogram extending longitudinally with the range the longest side of ivliich is twelve feet and the shnrtc-t lour. The distance from the upper side of the oiifice to the floor of the cave is about seventy feet perpendi- cular descent; the walls of solid lock and al- most as smooth as if they had been hewn. On the lower siJc the perpendicular descent is reduced some twenty feet by two fnsures in the rock. The first commencing ten feet from the opening extent's pj idled with it and inc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 February 1849

V . - .... ia. liuuj --" ju1'Lii. i.S.!Mj.J-s-sr- i CHARLES DE MORSE. TOL. Q. THE PR1XTEB-S SOXC. Print comrades print; a nolilo task Is tlic one wo gaily ply; 'Tis outs to tell to all who ask The wonders of earth and sky! We eatcli the thought all glowing warm As it leaves the student's brain: And place the stamp of enduring form On poet's airy strain. Then let us sing as we nimbly fling The slender letters round; A glorious thing is our laboring Oh where may its like be found. Print comrades; print; the fairest thought Ever limned in Painter's dream. The rarest form e'er Sculptor wrought. By the light of beauty's gleam; Though lovely may not match the power "Which our own proud Art can claim; Tint links the past with the present hour And its breath the voice of fame. Then let us sing as we nimbly fling The slender letters round; A glorious thing is our laboring Oh where may its like be found! Print comrades print: God hath ordained That man by his toil should live: Then spurn the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 February 1849

f NEW YORK TO CALIFORNIA. The New York Tribune published the fol lmvin.r st:.t csmcnls respecting tlic various t modes nf writing to California with an csti matc of the cost and as it contains informa tion which will bo useful to travellers from this region of the country also we transfer it to our column': Pie. We have received many letters asking for information in regard to the bet route to California cost distance &c. The shortest passage of course can be made by the mail steamers from tluV por? rin Chagres. I'lie distance of the route to San Francisco is bout 5.r0:) miles ami it is believed that the journey may be perforated in "ID to ;?" days. The cost is annexed: To Chagres in saloon S l-Joto S 10; in a lower cabin $ 11)3 to S 1-21. T!ic transit across the Isthmus is made partly in canoes and partly on mules. The journey is per formed iu two days and costs aro as fol- lows: . Passengers in the afioT-cahin arc furnish- ed bedding but not wines and lii-nors and will be all ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 February 1849

HM - mi -rr- r- WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENCE. Washington Citv ) January 1st. 1819 j Mr. Editor. One month of this session of Congress has already passed away and but two months! vet remain. Great excitement has been pro-1 duced by the agitation of the Slavery qncs- tion in Congress and indeed the conduct of the Abolitionists has been so insolent to the South as to have iuduccd a large meeting in the Senate Chamber of the southern mem- bers belonging to both panic. At ihis meet- ing a committee of one from each southern State was appointed to report to the same mnnlmT nn the l.ith.-ol Jnimarv IS4!l. ivlr.. Stephens of Georgia is Cha'irman of the committee aim ocnctai kusk isttic mem- UCIIUIill IVUMt 13 W1U IIIl'IU- 7.....nI 17... 1. : !.-. ...... bcr uf the committee for rr.ir State I have every confidence in the wisdom and prudence ofthc committee mid hac no question that their course will be unanimously sanctioned by the whole southern Delegation and that it will meet with a cordial r...

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