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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 April 1850

artsm-SijL.tissfisLi'jjL. t-t y.is on irom every camiuri so ui;cgaiu .m-i.. ....- man beings as to check the natural increase of pop- ulation.. If vim wish to get clear cif tl!Em take rw v ... 1! .. v. I itinAi i htl : ihem nut and shoot them. I beseech volt because then they will die immediately ; but do not punish theniiVfith a living ileath which is to last for gen- eration. We claim this common right aud ynu sect to deny it to us on the ground that it v a sin and tou consider this no insult no degrail ition to 4hoso who possess slaves. Let us reason calmly let us forect for a single moment the storm yuii have raised and reflect what it is inir duty to do under the existing circumstances. .Sir if tvo Indi.ms weto to hunt in com.non nnJ laUo pm? and a dis- pute were to aiis- and our. f.v--tus he happened to he larger than the other or because he happen- ed to have some accidental advantage- should at tempt to seizo the n hole the fcbsc of justice ol bolh would revolt at the propos...

Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 April 1850

& JSr v. English and Spanish languages and is signed in- discriminately I should judge from the signatures by Americans and Spaniards. However sir. with- out 'expressing any ..pinion at all about the object of the petition or the rr.otivrs of the signers J beg leave to present it and to ask that it he referred to the same committee to which the other was referred if it was referred at all. . . The petition was then received and referred .o the Committee on Territories. Mr. Rusk moved the priming of the petition to- gether with ll.e signatures to it which question ticder tiic rules went to the Committee mi 1 rtniuig. Washington March 111. 3E-NATE. The bill reported by the Committee on the District of Columbia giving permission to the correlation to constiuct certain woiks neces- sary in view of the lung completion of the Chesapeake and Ohio canal to Cumberland was taken up and discussed passed. An act providing for the payment of the interest on the transferred war bounty strip w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 April 1850

tL i. t I v -L i '""v . ' QC f3(k4ff' Mil. WEBSTER On the morning of the titty ifinri which Mr. WVhsJer snoke. a strariiier might have noti- e.l upon every countenance the mark of anxiety anu expeciunuu. "" " dnttetl with groups knotted together and talking with an air of augury and long be- fore the meeting of the Senate a tide of hu- man beings set loward thecapilol which was without precedent in numbers and kind. Old men and voting grandmotheis and laughing girls with blight faces sobered for the moment into We had almost said stern- ness; hoys Waddling children; stranger" la- borers all avocation- conditi un and ages were represented in that stre.tiituf life. '1 he places set apart for spectators were tilled eie yet tho throng had reached the public grounds. The Sunalc doors are liteiallv forced by the multitude. Refure the !nem hers of that body niet together every nook nnrl corner which could contain a living ciea- ..- Knit (mind it9 occupant. The bar of the Senate chamber wa-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 April 1850

THE NORTHERN STANDARD g CHARLES DE MORSE. tO.NG SHALL OUR BAXXER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF Till! FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. CLARKS VILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDA Y APRIL 27 1850 NO. 35. VOL.7 TilK SPIRIT OF PROGRESS. TIic gloomy night i breaking K'cn now the sunbeams rest With a f.iint yet 'diccring radhnce On the hill-slope of the Wcot. 'J'hc mists arc slowly rising From the valley ami the plain; Ami a spirit is awaking. That shall iletcr sleep agaiil. Ami yc may hear that listen. The spirit's stirring song That surges like the ocean. With us solemn bass along. Ho ! can yc stay the Rivers Or him! the wings of Light Or bring back to the Mumins The ohl departed night 1 " Nor shall ye check its impulse Nor slay it for an hour. Until Karth's groaning millions Have felt its healing power ! " That spirit is progression hi the tigor of its youth. The foeman of Oppression And iia aimor is the Truth. Old Error with its legions Must fall beneath its wrath Nor blood nor tear...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 April 1850

hr ?J Ar ls J.' i.'yjffaJKwvjiJgjsai rg. hound tn say now lhat when the Senator re- mocs ctitnin stains which cling td his cscnl- thcon of which I know the history as well as any faun in Christendom (nllusibns to which ought to muse his cheeks lo lib suffused with blushes find shnm) or i! the Senator remains in his present altitude without that s-pocial discredit with wl'ichjie knows I am familiar mid which that talcing acknowledges as will as the tt-rn.it: Icar which he l.r.ow I hate witnessed whenever he comes out fiankly and boldly instead of shielding hini-clf be- hind his established cowardice whenever lit- is prepaid to hold liiinull amemblc to llie laws which govern gentlemen 1 am pirp.ited to meet him on that footing. Mr. Benton. I pionounce it couaidly to piro insult- where Ihey r.innot be chastised. Loud cries of-unlcr." I-. a Senator to bo blnckgunidt d. Mr. Foote. II- is a blackguard. Mr. Benton. Is language to bo used here which could not be ucd in oyster cellar br tat ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 April 1850

- K - Tho Ladr'i Book. Office of the Lady's Book 113 Chestnut Street. j I have not received your paper containing notice of January No. ol Lady s Hook. 1 eiclmngc vim 1237 Newspapers and as they are not of the same uso to me as lhev aie to dailv and wceklv papere. for the news they contain therefore the object of tho exchange is dclcatcd it the cxpccieu nonce is not given particularly of the early Nos. of the year. You mav have noticed it and I not hate rc- eched the papef. In that case may I request thai you will send me a copy of jour paper with the notice mailed. I inll continue l all my present exchanges that notice the Hook otherwise I shall bo lorcrd to piuuc mj list. If jou l.avc inscrUd the prospectus 1 have nol seen it. Please send me a ropy mailed and I will note it in mj 1 jn-li.tnge llmik. Verv respectfully l. a. godey. Northern Stash t:n Clarksville Tcxs. y The above extremely modest epistle wc find in the shape of a printed ciicular upon our table hav ing come during o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 April 1850

I . & i .r.li.riii - - AN ACT FOR THE RELIEF OF THE! JITIZENS'OF MERCER'S COLQNY. i Section t. Be it enacted bit the Legisla ture of the Stale of Texas That cvciy colo- nist or the heirs or administrator of such colonist citizens of the colony of Charles JVnton Mercer ami his associates on the ' i!5ih of October 1S1.S shall receive the quantity of land to which such colonists n-ny Uc entitled touit: six hundred and forty nciei o the family three bundled and twenty acres yo each single man over the age of seventeen j cars. Provided that nothing herein con- ' nincd shall he construed so n to place the conirac!ors of said eclonj in a hotter con- dition in regard to the State of Te.ns than they would be if this law that had not been; nassi 30.1 ( ""Sec 5 Thai the Govrrnor liv and with the advice am) consent of the Senate) shall ty town on the Till ultimo to npniiiiate a enn- nppoint a Coimiiissroner whose duty il sh..ll didate fur C)Iigres in itic place of 'I hos. be to hear proof a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 May 1850

J "j-fc.'w1 s ?; 1- - $ STAND CHARLES DE MORSE IiOXG SIIAt.1. OUR B.VXJTEK. 1IRAVK THE BREEZE THE STANDARD Of THE FREE. EDJTOR &. PROPRIETOR. CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 4 1850 NO. 36. VOL.7 -sWI jOL jLli J k W t?- sm HfeHcT ij- H v uhbv lHfit ZaTI rz!d tBS vJJmqBl 1wHJ3 9H mEH h iit.totht" -" mi u.mu i L-jsam "a"ln' ' u--n .-i .....-. ... ... -.. n. .n.jm.- k r T II H F U T I It 1'. . Years arc coming peed lUmi o.i Irani ! Wlicn the sword shall gather ru:it. And the helmet lance and falchion 'Sleep in ailcnt diisil Eartli has heard too long of hat'lc. Heard the trumpet's oioc too long; Hut snolhcr ape aJvniicUs Sccrs forclold in tonjr. In llic past the age of iron Those who sl.-iughirriitjr met their kinJ Have loo often worn llic rhnplct Honor's hand has turned. Hut the hcroc3 of the future Shall be wen ulio-e hearts are strong. Men whose words a.:d ac!s!iall only War against the throng. "Uut the sabre in tin :r eonlrsts Shn.II no nart no honor own ; War's d...

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

2 xlrj& Zrl'- -&- hv - -i .1C -vj5 . Bomo other State. Did those fen settlers the mo- incut thej' arrived there acquire sovereign rights! Had those few persons power to dispose nf these territories 1UJ they even power to govern them-1 .... . . 7- I i i selves-a lrandful of men who established them- sjlvesatMirijltaor Oucumti! No sir the can temptation ot tre constitution no uoum was tint inasmuch as" this now er was temporary as it is ap- . - i . - i - . . . . . . . . plicable to unpc ipl.tl territory and n tli u territory VI ilf become peopled gradually insensibly until it ereaches a population which m-Y entitle it V the . r ir . i .:..... benofit of self guvcrnm Mil in the ccan lime it is ... .i i Tinlit nnil nmnnr III it f niirr. ulin owns tllC SOU. ' should regulate the S2lcnj:it of tne sun. an.i .. -. i clnitle settlers on the soil until lhoe xttlcrH ac- ntttro nnmW ffml iiritr lo frilicru lIlCIU $.lves- -"- - 1 J .. Sir I will not further dwell upon tins subject; but I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 May 1850

tcr and learn relying upon our own judge- ments and the dictates of our own conscience 'to discharge our duties as he did according to his conception of them faithfully and to the last." ' When Mr. Clay had concluded. Mr. Web- ster rose and said: ' 'I hope the Senate will indulge me in ad- dressing to it a very few words. My npolo- ry for this presumption is the vciy long ac- quaintance which had subsisted between Mr. Calhoun and tmsclf. Wc arc of the same age. I made my first cntiat cc in the house of Representatives in May 1S13. I there found Mr. Calhoun who had already bcenj an efficient mcinocr 01 inai uooy ic-riwo or A DEMOCRATIC REPUHLICAN JOURNAL three years. 1 louna mm men an dcuvc aim THE STANDARD efficient member of the Assrmbly to which he belonged taking a decided part and ex ercising a decided influence in ail lis aenu Adrornlinic EQUAL RIGHTS PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN From that day to ihc day of his and opposed to all chartered monopolies i aml comprel d all the strife of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 May 1850

-Slk .S(- SsSifc .. -mtaD r -sils ttiwMfa -si Maerucniia RPfKSI c ibp- TRUE GREATNESS. Let tis lliank Heaven too. that there arc olhcr slahtlards of greatness besides vastness bftcrritory; nud other forms of wealth aides mineral deposit or agricultural exuber nnce. Though every urn were a roiosi .. . n.. i:i. tt..i r ti r:i lliougn every vaney imu " " "" were rank with fatness yet might a nation tin noor in the most desperate sense; be niglitbdin the darkness of baibatism the judgment-stricken of Heaven for its sins. A State has local boundaries which it rnn- not rightfully transcend; but the realm of in- telligence the sphere of charity the moral domain in which the soul can expand and ex- patiate arc illimitable vast and boundlcss- a the omnipresence of the Being ihnt crea- ted them. Wotldly trcasuro is of that na- ture that may corrupt or the moth destroy or thieves steal; hut even upon the caiHl there are mental treasures which arc unap- proachable by fraud impregnable to violen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 May 1850

NORTHERN STANDARD jSP T1 II V .6531 -C .'i ) tiur CHARLES DE MORSE. I.OXG SHALL OUR BAXXER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR-- CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 11 1850. NO. 37: VOL. '7 -. .C 4 l immm TJIIAL OF PHOF. JOHN W. WEBSTER ;i( JFor the Mnrdrr of Dr. I'arltiunn. v v .i Supremo Judicial Court of Massachusetts- Chief Jiisiice Shaw and Associate "Wilde Dewry and Mctcau. Ucforo Justices V-Jt The Webster Tri kv Second Day. Boston". March 20. The excitement and interest with this extraordinary trial seem if possible on the increase. 1 he Court room and gallery at an early hour this morning were crowded to excess with anxious spec- tators and the avenues leading to the main entrance were filled with persons who wanl- edtD catcli a glimpse of the prisoner on his passing in. A little before 9 o'clock the prisoner entered the court and took his scat M jn the dock. He exhibited the same calm and dignified demeanor that has maikcd his appe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 May 1850

Br- cd Indians removed westof the Mississippi and fifteen new States admilted.into the U- nion. It is very possible sir; that in this enumeration I may have omitted some of the important measures which have been adopted during this later period of time the last fitly yeafa -but these I belicv'e to be the most prominenTones. Now sir I do not deduce from the enu- meration ofthc measures adopted by the one side or the other any juat cause of reproach eiltiecTupon one side or the olher; though one Bide 'or the other has predominated in the two periods to which I have referred. These measures were to say the least the joint ivork of both parties and neither of them have any just cause to reproach the other. Hut. sir l.must say in all kindness and sin- cerity that least of all ought the South to reproach the North when we look at the long list oC measures which under her sway in the counsels of the nation ..have been adopt- ed; when we relied that even opposite doc trines have been from t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 May 1850

i& CONGRESS IONAL Washington April IS 5 p. m. In the House Mr. Young Clerk elect was qualified. After an attempt to rescind the i-nl..;nn nKcinnMtKT till March. 1851 the election orDoorkccper and Postmaster Mr. Brown of Mississippi preferred the follow- hiir charnc acainst Mr. Horner Acting Tlnnrkrpncr : Thnt the said Horner made Me o.tlHontoc under and by virtue of which his brother drew pay as an officer of the House and when it was notorious mm he was absent from the City of Washington and held office in the State the duties ol which he was performing and receiving his solary from the United Stales. Si-cond That" Horner has dismissed from his place a page of this House wilhout reason nnd in an attempted justification has made churges against said page which if true would dis- grace him and justify a criminal proscution. Third. That Horner made a false statement m diepfini-ttinrr liic flfflrinl flUtlCS- A committee or five was then oidcrcdlo be appointed to investigate the cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 May 1850

.. LETTER OF COL. BENTON. " Washington March 8 1850. Dear Sm I h.ive had areat many let- ters from friends in different parts of the State irt relation to a union with the Cal- hounitcs in the ensuing elections ' sueli letters arc" very mortifying to me too much so to he answered. I was sound- ed Upon this point last summer when the articles were going through the Calhoun papers for a general convention of the party as it was called to meet and sctth; all differences. I answered instantly and irulv. that 1 would sooner sit in council with the six thousand dead who had died nfehnlnra in St. Louis than go into con vention with such a gang ot scamps : and ; that is my sentinient today. There isj hut one principle on which the Democracy and the Calhunites can meet in any elcc-j tloil and that is the one which Calhoun j said licit! the par! v together ''the cohesive. ! i r l.ir ..1 !.. '!'!.( I... I nonu oi ljuuiic muiiuci. iiwuiw' "; true ol him ana ms. tnit it is noi true n .ml us. hut...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 May 1850

ORTHERN jL JiJi A - s'" yrwiia HggMg3CBl.H I '.I- UAWJUiCTE CMARl.o DE MORSE. VOL. 7 f firm mpn-J'- -1-'1 UJ COL. FREMONT'S LETTER To the Pacific Rallioad Convention. Tlie. Railroad Convention adjourned on the lth hist. The session was spent in dis-rnssinn- the various nroiects. but no conclu sion was armed at. The Convention lion- et er will hate the effect of dnccting public attention to the subject. Below w c copy a letter from Col. Fremont to the Contention in which hi3Ctcnsie knowledge is brought to hear upon the question "which is the most practicable route?" '"'- "-""-- To Mcssis. B. Geiharnd and others com- mittee vc. Gr.NTMMr.- It would hate giten me great pleasnte to hae been able to accept Tola kind imitation and to hate met the in- teresting Mississippi and Pacific Railroad f'ontciTion on Monday but the remains of a Chnncs fctu confine me to mv loom and leave nw no other mode of showing my sense ni'xmirnttteiilioii. and maiiilcstiii!: the interest I take in the irrcat ob...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 May 1850

m..m"iijinii'in; upon liim. Now the people of California have been driven by necessity to take the nutter into their own hnnda. They have decided the question for themselves. There is no offence to the pride of the South or of the Noi ih. There is nojnvidous Wilmot Proviso to be passed north or south of 39 deg. 30 inin. There is no pride of opinion involved and no overbearing act of one portion of the country against the other; and therefore the nd.nissiflis of California romovc3 much of the present controversy m a manner that spares the feeling or all I regret sir that the senator from South Carolina is not present as I desired to ex- tend my remarks further thai: 1 shall now do. 1 have already said that tlie speech of that honorable senator inevitably leads us to the conclusion that upon the admission of California depends the dissolution of the Union. lie likewise contended that an amendment to the constitution was indispen- sable and his remarks on yesterday seemed to connect th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 May 1850

l?3CJ 3s M5 ..4 s-r Cnutc and Effect. I the Herald which is and has been from the first a It is now nearly two. years since the election of Taj lor paper and from the Express and Tribune. General Zachary Taylor to the Presidency of the It is notorious that the expenditure Of Govcrn- Unitcd States. Political agitation which is almost ment ias 0een increased that the number of Clerks always excessive for the year and a half preceding employed in the departments is much larger than llio election has now subsided and a calm in na- under the former administration and Mr. Collamci tional politics as between the "Whigs and the Dem- ;s nou asking for 22 additional Clerks.! And this ocracy prevails as perfectly as we have ever know n. increased expenditure is in time of pcicc. Tin Dntlhc fruits of an election against which the last Administration had the increased business ul country was dulv warned by all the usnal organs of a!1 act;ve ftirejn u?r t0 aUcj t0 the Democratic party are fully d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 May 1850

TKSS5 -- -v.mii. nAiiUii " REFLECTIONS OF A TAILOR. Day hath put on Ins jacket and around His burning boeom buttoned it with stars. leretwiUl lay me on the velvet moss 'That isjike padJinj to eirth's meagre ribs "Anil hold ccTnmUniiln with the things abaut me. "VAh ine! how lutely is the golden braid That binds the skirt of night's descending robs ; .riie twin-leaves quitcring on their silken threads fflu make music like the rustling satin - As the night breezes smooth their downy na$ Hal what is this that rises to my touch So like a cushion ? Can it be a cabbage ! It is it is the decly injured-flower Which hnystiu flout with ; but yet 1 luvc thee "Thou giant rose wrapped in a green surtont; Ihiubtlcss in Eden thou didst blush as bright As these thy puny brethren ; and thy breaili Sweetened the fragrance of the spicy air ; Rut now thou seemest like .1 b-iiikrupt beau Slript of his gaudy hues and essences And growing portly in his sober clothes. Is that a swan that fides upon the wat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 June 1850

STANDARD. CHARLES de morse. LOXG SIIAIjIi OUR BANNER. BRAVE THE BREEZE trfE STANDARD OP THE FREE; E6ITOR k PROPRIETOR. I CLARKSVILLE RED IU V ft It COUNTY fBXAS SATURDAY JUNE 1 1850. VOL. 7 NO. 40; THE NORTH ..'S i ? 1 !. 4r 1 THE ltOSK OF MAY. BV MAJOR TATTLS V. S. A. A dirge is stealing o'er llic plain And through lite leafless bowers CI. ! bring we back the ruse again The peerless queen of flowers ; 1 ins rose last seen when skii-s were bland AnJ May was on licr throne W inch long long since forsook the laml And left jny heart alone! I " not dig for slung ore ; i do not delve fir fame : I no wealth is counted much of More And high is "lory's name; .V Ihing it is of lessor cost Whose charms inspire my lay Oh ! bring me hack the rose I've lost The peerless queen of May ! The bird that folds bis w ing at uigllt Ilush'd in the sunset tree. Doth not his song at dawn of light Again awake he lea? Doth not yon beacon. lost to view RcmiIvc once more to bum ? But thou fair roe with crown o...

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