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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 February 1850

l Ks-ei WW TJfa"VT!g-'.'M-rfa itself width would male nn angel xvcep.had angels. tears tor luiman-wors. firt I imv state. Her little (hnfiJUcK nilea ... - i .. r.cr ... i .1 ..iVt -.. -I.....I der vears askim; Her iicrniiSsion for -absence d short tune return with their fuller between tlicm. thsv lending him Jy the ham! They have heanl of th Sons ill Temperance." They hao heca tulil those benevolent m;n could save their father their rtiaicd fuller. As antje's of uurcy they have en- treated Ihcir infatuated father whom they have so often conducted home in a state of ineliri ilion. They and the prayers of mother wife nnd sister hue at 1 isl prevailed with t!ie tl l'dcl nnn. He Ins summoned sjfiicieut resolution Va :H fro n tlia h ib- I ful tempter. Haw clidlvdo ourhrellfcn rcceivehiniiniothcir fmtemal embrace -viils how muli dehzht do i'icv throw around Mm th? eSioirchiiir prop-of " L.ve purilv ami fidelity." Th-v .vib-miii hnn as a brother. They ai I they en :.nt i?e lit u. a ul It o...

Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 February 1850

EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE j Approaching Tawakanah we look a left j hand load and passed up the southern capo of the main hill. Ab wb got partly up this I noticed some recks standing up like Dru- idical monuments upon the west of the apex and as the ascent was rather sleep and my horse's logs out of older I walked over to the rocks to make an examination not doubting vr perhaps than five feet but had an abrupt hold look paitially in consequence ! llio rapid decline of the hill below them. (Jetting upon the summit of the hill and following along the western lino which is abrupt 1 found the ground closely studded with large gray limestone locks lather Hat and weath- er beaten and showing throughout a (urina- tion or rather agglomeration of shell.-! the shape of which was still distinctly nieseiveil occasionally the noimw oi me "i" outward upon tho surface of the rock retain- ing all its original indentations. Among these rocks.thc piickly pear and the species of the cactus known as the ...

Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 February 1850

I WmnisM and Democracy. The whig rests for his support on material interests democracy on morality au.il mind: the whig re- spects men for their possessions; democracy cherishes naked humanity: hc whig idolizes established abuses and pleads proscription; democracy is tKe party. of hope and reform: the whig kindles with zeal in the defence of separate interests; democracy demands equal rights: the whig claims the privilege of resisting his sovereign: democracy as- serts the sovereignty of the People: the whig regards liberty as a fortunate priviligo or as a covenanted enfranchisement; democracy holds liberty as a natural and inalienable right: the whig build-; his strong goverment or. force; democracy trusts in the diffusion of intelligence and the power of opinion: the whig fulfils his contracts and knows no ob- ligation to do more; democracy claims kin- dred with every sulFercr and as each gen- eration takes up its line of march to eternity it cheerfully provides for the infirm: th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 February 1850

NORTHERN STANDARD fc "-"TTrfii "i ii-i.r3rtga3eac CHARLES DE MORSE. X.OXG SIMXI. OUR BAXX'ER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 7 CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1C 1850. NO. 25. tKVM2r&'BXlJSAIZZ2'SBtZBX just s 1: v i: x t e i: x . Just seventeen the sweetest ae That's entered on fair beauty's page ; Lips l.Ve the rosebud cleft in twain Willi pearly gems tiie cleft to stain : lilts like twin slars beneath some cloi'd That coxnc their sparkling light to shroud ; Ilich iresscs iif the auburn glow Tree w .living o"rr a brow of -no ' And the boMiin heawi.2 swelling Where tickling Cupid holds his duelling; Jf uoirnn'b 1'fc no yeir. 1 uren. Like soft tet. pouting seventeen! Till: SPUTA It Y. B .V. I WILLI'. Alone! alone' Hoiv drear it u A In ay to be slonc! In such a depth of wilderness The only thinking one! Tlie waters in their path rejoice The trees together sleep Hut I Imc nol one silver voice I'pim my ear to cree ' The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 February 1850

I J J 8? tfr"-" "-j J cd on west side of Inrpc rocky branch in rrtil-kcct flat travelled 15 miles last tf miles very briskly. 23rd. A thunder storm came up nt 10 last night and it rained until morning; at 9 o'clock wo were visited by 7 Caddo Indians who heard tho boys firing off their guns after night rain. At J past 3 started; at 2 miles crossed the Red fork of the Brazos" good ford with rock bottom; swift current and a fall of 12 or 15 feet 100 yards below; the trail now turned N SOW at a mile from riv- er on a high bluff we had a lino view ut (ho valley of Red fork and the surrounding coun- try; the valley and stream" bears S 35 W a' 3 miles came to Ionic and C.uldu cainji on the cast side of a beautiful mu.kttel prjirie: wc are still in the cross timber- he country generally broken and ropkr but a guod wagon road could bo iii'fo thus far 'with a little work on the crossings of the stream; soil red timbepPt oak Liva oak nnd mus- keet we caFd here having only come 5 miles. gjih. A...

Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 February 1850

V the debts of Texas and for compensation or; . . - .. t .. .l. TT-!..I indemnity tor mo surrcnaor 10 mo uimvu States or her shins norts arsenals custom . . 1 1 houses custom-house revenues arms and munitions of war and public buildings with their sites which became tho property of the United States at the time of the annexation. F.'fil.Th- TTnitr.I States in consideration nfci;! rnril nf boundaries cession of territory and relinquishment of claim? will pay to the State orTexas the stun of $15000 000. in a slock bearing f per cent interest and 'redeemable nt the end nf fourteen years the interest pnyuble at the Treasury of the United States c: .i. i. ' " .1- ..i.. r. .i. Te:.io.f OlAUl il.lim 11I.UUIY dlivi liu i.--i.iviii thc.Unitcd Stales shall have been furnished trilh .n nullmnt miv lf llm Art nf I IP lien- pv ot the act ol l.ic ucn- rv!N ncr.Miiiiwr ilicsc pro- . -..---. ""' ---- .--v- "--'- - -.--. .- - MiA.i.i..AfT..J nJ.ni;n.r tlusn nm- -AUl V.II1UM WI A V..t--1 UlvV lMln .....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 February 1850

gjsjscs.gaigaaijmj-sg THE INDIANS. TheJiidiahs arc again at their bloody wo:k and thieving operations upon our citizens ntul their propetly. Thus our hopes that cessation of hoslililirs had been effected nre it seems again throun u far from a real izntion of (lii'in as the mentis of the Uni- ted Sink's troops now iu 'JY.as aio from a capacity to defend her frontier from their ilrprcdntions. Wc leain from the San An- tonio Texan of the 3d inst that five perrons Mere murdered by : patty of Indiniis.suppos- cu to be Cauinr.cties. near I. iistioville w'n.e rngaged in opening n faun. Thev killed .t .1 . . . l : ......! i iicsc persons on me -in ui u.ivnig - davs previously made an .itta.k npiitl.cc:imp . .f'a family in'the iioi:libe.h.d of the town ' Quihi filing into the camp and killing some of their cat:!- On the. :2:":h a Mr. ' Forst of Castro illf bad .s louse stolen fiom; his very door sa; . I.e Texan time mote! were taken from a neighbor .f his and .-smith- er killed. "It is Mah d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 February 1850

TEE NORTHERN STANDARD t -J CHARLES DE MORSE. EOXO SHALL OUR BAXXER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STAXDARD OP THE FREE. CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23 EDITOR' &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 7 IS50. NO. 2G. a I ". 3Z3I THE PILGKIM MOTHERS. Exotic blossoms '. brought to graco OM Plymouth's rocky glen; Proud mothers of a noble race Of stern a.id slaluart men; Strung .ias the trust with which ye braeil The u-ingcrs of the sea Aiu! strong the unseen power that saed The mothers of the free! When swiftly o'er the smiling deep The fragile May-lluuer flew "While stars their solemn watch would keep On yonder fields of bine lVtl oil your forms as slight and fair As any flow cr of spring. Were meekly bowed in trusting prayer To Hoai en's cialtcd King. Cold ws: your greeting from thpshorc That seemed in dreams so fair; The inlry tempest's sudden roar Sung yc a welcome there; The Indian peered above the hill. With wonder in his eye The noiy sea-birds ansu crcd shrill! The tcmpc-t-spirils ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 February 1850

v' li- lift Journal of a trip from Dallas to thePasso del Norte on tht route to California. coxcluuedI. May 5th Raiuing in the morning; a number or cat fish and trout caught; start at two o'clock course S." 80. W. a rocky bluff on opposite bauk about 150ft high; on the top of which is aa extensive plain; encamped at 7 o'clock oh small dry branch just below a flat top mountain on the N. wood scarce found rain wa- ter in branch;gootl river range; travelled 15 miles it rained most of the afternoon. Cth Course S.80.W. at 2 miles a branch bearing S. 10 E. at 27 miles bluffs; .it 4-1-2 a long peak bearing S. 0 1-213 about J-4 miles distant; at 1 1 miles stopped for noon on a branch a little south of course; good water in large holes; bearing S. 12 E.; start at 2. o'clock; at l miles .sunken low ground full of holes; at 3 miles branch no water at 5 miles branch no water at 8 railes encamp on branch bearing south. a dumber of Antelope haw been seen for several davs; but are very wildnone ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 February 1850

a- tncnls of the Eastern Delegation to the Leg- islature which is doubtless expressed in like manner to every constitnency in the East Tawakanah is a place of sufficient induce ments jt dry S0j but the availability is the suprime inducement at present. J. M. C. Austin Jannarv 10th To ihe Editor or ihe Western Star. Thinking perhaps that your readers ar.- Ihnve taken the hbeity lo drop you a fou lines. The item or the topic m ulncli your leaders arc pniticulaily interested is the lo- cality of the Scat of Government which is now the grand topic of the day. If any opinion can be formed from the way in which the members from Eoastein and Northern Texas regard the matter Tnw.i- kanah is the place. The friends of the Mountain City arc now leally alarmed such is the unity of feeling in regard to Tawakana Bmone- the members fiom the North and East. Indeed a distinguished gentleman of Washington County now in Austin has de- clared himself in favor of that piace. The West has nndecr will be ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 February 1850

. rer- 1 War os Rats in Pat.is. A teriible battle "against the rots in the sewers ofPuris which arc one liimdrcd and filly leagues in extent commenced on Saturday night. The result up "to "this time Is Faid to bo the destruction ofi 250000 rals nnd it is expected Hint by the first of next month the number will have reached 00000. The municipal authorities aro of opinion that by inaKing four buttles a year Pari3 will be rid of these dcatrurtivc vermin. Several plans of destruction weie made use of by the different brigndes of power-men; but that which was found to be most successful was the placing of n furge leather sack in which n large piece of mutton tallow was placed a dainty ofwlncli lin-ae animal1; Tlie Tiirivisli Government has estab- lished a system for gratuitous medical aid throughout the empire. Physicians are appointed with salaries to visit and attend the sick andprohibitcd to take any fees fiom the poor. They are to report their ca.es every three months officially. Tli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 March 1850

N STAND Ai"; . "-- i K LOXO SHALT. OUR jBAXXKK. BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR- a.' CHARLES DE MORSE. v6ufi CLARKSVILLE RED R IVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 2 1850 NO. 27. fe m t ih l3 1f fW TTl? Tl Tl ; M X JmJm &M e2 w li vh mtm &&& bes idffl.1 ' ...t miii mil afKim-g'i-.i i a 1 1 !"- uijjimtiiM 1 B "" ; ' -m-c ah& I " .:1 . I I I t I I "Kill 7 II 1 T ! !! II TaSBBTTT H tl' HP1 I 11 ITU III1 I ' Tr i""1" Vi U mT 1 I i ' -r-fc m 'TwmmmgBmgmmptBTWfMTTmw'mriTWmmimmwm i i 1 1 iiiisf" n ." --jm. i - . i v. .-... - At he union 11T LOXUVEIXOW. Thou too sail mi O ship of Stale! Sail on O Union strong and great! Humanity wilh all its fears With all the hopes of future years Is hanging hrcathless on thy fate ! Wo know what master laid thy keel -What workman -wrought thy ribs of steel Who made each mast each sail fich rope What anvils rang what hammers Sunt In what a forge in what a heat Were shaped the anchois of iliv hope ' Fear no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 March 1850

. " ' - rJS-.7 "H ? "2." j$M K3& - t& ..?. sg?im '?' s - " ' - " ' ' - . . Jf' 'I'T hjreIJiaj:c1)eci7Jle?oppointnifnt1 aro ex- Jtpe.to be konuwitnt ine-mosi esact.pntrcr ' Ht u i LU-HcAHINti UUAriliuT OHLirurYNift w" tuality sotHaUil Ftvou'are entraned to.wa'k Mr. 'Ai7i ''s Rroorl. mi Ihe isujitctto the or drive at a filial hour you will'fmd the party i tho Kail and the Iiqrsoand carnage at tho door. Yir nrcnfcoBt.' which vou leave in the hall.' nniiicwar -iiour preciselyal Ucparjmcnl jui.fri-i-t oaecimens - . ' . "V-5 - - mrf .. rf.14 .' t 3SJH - neally folded your-hat brushed -"SyoiTr glo'yea .laid out uporv your hat and Ja5 your umbrella in its place. Indeed it would "?t-..be Impossible to get along ii such establish --f fnent8 'without the moat exact syj-lcm ami " ..punctuality? and where these are observed Kjfetcry thing" goes on like clock vvnrk. From the New York Jo'ufnal of Commerce.' '.- TEXAS EMIGRATION. . From vaiious influential causes operating -. rr? r'. - - ' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 March 1850

J tf V-tf f We have another California lellCr from Master Russell. It will he seen that he evidently thinks times are harder there in the country of gold than they were hero where there is very little of it. Sprcfl of llir Mnil. The semi-weekly mail from Austin brought to us last night a paper directed to the "Northern Standard Claris ill".'" apparently in our own hand writing. We looked and looked ftCaiu and paid to oursolf can this possibly he an imitation of our writing impossible : it is the vciitahlorhiromaphy of oursclf. Remembrance Mine to us in Novem- ber while in the Senate chamber at Austin Sena- tor Wallace requested u to direct a numlicr of the Gazette w liich lie w i-hed to send to our ollicc This was the paper. Wo tore nfl" the envelope and found the date. November 1 1th ; lime mouths and a half on tho way hy the extra-mail twice a week from Austin. Is anv oilier region blee.i as ours ? SriciDE. We learn by a lillle note funn the Post Master at Paris Lamar enmity that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 March 1850

-:5 VST- ' ". ) 3SS - VP R I N TyiJ.lt S BOY. "t - . fe 'MEtBuckinsham'r in uis 226! number nf the' 'Croaker published in the Boston dour- ier-Vbrieflv notices the hands in the printing ofice in which ho was first employed in Bris- Tton?Ani speuks of the. youngest apprentice! as ;JolIdwa4 tjTlic'thlri and youngest apprentice has nlways floated on the tide of prosperity a lidiTttliich as yet " hlidivs tio retiring ebb " Hw'dutv then was (like all vounncst appren tices)' torrtake the fires sweep the ofllcc pick uplhc types that were drnppcii on the floor distribute pf and trc.vo tiif. telts. Having pS3ed tliroifnh" service he began business as a urinlor in Slale street at the corner of l?lae Alley a locality which :s now dignified with the name of 'Change Avenue whero he and his partner published a week- ly htornry Journnl onliileil' The Emerald." He removed to Charlestown where he pub- lished a well known monthly magazine called "ThePanoplist. Returning after some years to Boston he ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 March 1850

THE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHARLES DE MORSE EDITOR St PROPRIETOR. NO. 28. VOL. 7 1.0XG siiaLL outt tiAtffrfcn brA-Te' tfiiE breeze the standard of tIie freb CLARKSVILLE RED IlIVBR COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 9 1850. . a an nm I f- ANNABEL LEE. BY EDGAR A. TOE. It was many and many a year ago In "a kingdom by tlic tea That a maiden there liicd hrm you may know Uy the name of Annabel Lee; And the maiden she Ihedwith no other thought Thau to love and be Ioted by me. ?1 I was a child and she was a child In this kingdom by the sea But we loved with a lore that was mofo than lore I and my Asnbbel Lee. With a;love that the winged seraphs of heaven l'icted her and me. And this was the reason that long ago In ihs kingdom by the sea A wind blew out of a cloud chilling My osautiful Annaiiel Lee; Si' that her highborn kinsmen came Aud bore her away from me To shut her up in a eepulchrc In this kingdom by the sea Tiio angels not half so happy in Heaven Went envying her and me Yes! that was ilia reas...

Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 March 1850

From tin London Times. NYTI0XALBANK11UPTCY APPROACHING IN ENGLAND Among tho various speeches nria docu- ments elicited by the late Peace Convention was ono which possesses peculiar claims to at- tention and happens also to. contaiu somccx- pressions ot a vcrv siuniiii" iiiipuri. itir Samucl Gurncy a member of tho Society of Vrinnds holds the doctrine of Pence and lib opinions on tho subject necessarily as- sume a dogmatic and controversial charac- ter. His objection's to armaments is referred to his creed. But Mr. Samuel Gurney h.vi another capacity in which he is supposed to act and talk more by calculation than thcologi- n n;n Ho ;a n hanker and bill-broker uA r i.i;.ol hr. in-TuIarlv nrudent and L.inoecr.ii ; Imt business. That l:o h:is -a -rinncL-oovnorrcnce is evident cnonugh. fioris there the least doubt that lie has turned it to tho proper account as to tnc oniy ic-i maining point whether he can b'c trusted when he offers to others the benefit of his judge- ment probably ther...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 March 1850

"- 'L ' mscsssirr: Wo find no vote rcpoitcd upon the convent10" question. - BOWIE COUNTY. . r'ij a gentleman frcm Boston ot learn that the vclc g'ncn'in Bowie wrs small hut that of it Ta- w'slwnh get a large majority. Our informant ihir.Ur.ovote was given br the ronvcnlicn and that thofcclirg oftluPeoplo was decidedly against it. cass county. By Mr. Butler a resident of CafS wc lenrn thai at three precincts xxhich he heard from the vote was almost ur.animous for Tawakar.ah. He heard nothing of the Convention. As vc have expected no vote of consequence l.as been given in lie East ard Austin has prob- ahly been elected upon the first hallot ; not because ... . i.t r . mioiiti nf ibn Pponlc of the 11 is me ciio. . " j - .;. c. -. !... ilm West is ahxc to its interest UUIC.v... - alwavs and the East alxxaxs asleep upon a.. 4"- tions affecting its interest or political importance. It is all right however ; there arc none hurt except those who do net care fbr tlicmsch.es. Happy People ! W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 March 1850

vJtSS6 $kt J f - A PICTURE OF LONDON. We have on two or three nrensions hcre- toforo referred to Henry Colmun's" Europo- nn.Life and Manners; i'amiliur L.cttcrs tohis Friends" published in Boston by Little St Brown end for sale in Cincinati by Henry XV. Derby St Co. It is a woik of unflagging in- terest from first to last ns we shall give our readers .several additional opportunities to judge. We draw upon it to-day for agraph- ic Picture of London. Mr.Colman.s first impressions of London ate confused as is apt to be the case with a stranger taking for the fir.-t lime a pait in "the stir of the great Babul." Every traveller gives his own description of the city:Mr. C'o! man's varies but little from the test in outline but is fill "I up with a vividness pcctilimly lita own. The re'tJple seem to hitii vry im perfectly to appreciate me u'liicuiiics oi a stronger and he finds himself frequently be- wildered in his perepi illations amid the nar row streets stretching through long ranges ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 March 1850

THE NORTH h 1 A Ii U A It JJ CHARLES DE M6RSE. LONG SHALL OUR BAXXER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE TAXDARD OP THE FREE. K EDITOR & PROPPJQi3"OR. VOL. 7 CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH id 1850 .NO. 29. EXTRACT FKO.U GOV. CRITTENDEN'S MESSAGE TO THE LEGIsLVTUltE OF KENTUCKY. I. am unwilling to close this communication without some rcfcrcnco to our relations and duties to the constitution and government of the United States This seems to be made imperatively my duty lv the deplorable agitations and polili- cal excitements which have recently been but too inam.'cst in the proceedings ot one branch of Congress and which ifthey do not threat en and endanger the tranquility and integ- rity of the Union Hare excited solicitude Tor its safety. The constitution of the United States was made bj the whole people and no compact a mong men was ever made w lb more deliberate Solemnity Inviolable respect and obedience to that highest law of the people in all its consequences is the bou...

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