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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 June 1843

rr -3S& - s T wn ''I t . w THE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. bE MOBSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS JUNE 29 1843. VOL.1. NO. 41. O PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE. TERMS: The NoRtniBN Standabd is published'every Thursdsy at fire dollars per annum in ad vance or seven dollars at the lend ol the year. Subscrip.ions (or six monlns $3 in advanc: or SI at the exrimioQ of the time. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and a hilf per square for the first insertion aud seventy-five cents for each subsequent insertion. Eight lines or under will be considered a square. One line orer a square will be con- sidered two; oyer sixteen lines three &c. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be inserted for $20 per annum. Not exceeding twenty lines 530 per annum. Not exceeding fifty lines SW per annum. Announcement or candid ites for office S10 each. Naadiertisement will bi suycrned by the yearly rat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 June 1843

"-i& i -r-" -Scracr r r n- r ' --x V '" The Northern Standard. CLARKSVILLE ' THURSDAY. .--.'. JUNE 29. 1S13. FOR PRESIDENT JOHN HEMPHILL OP WASHINGTON. FOR VICE PRESIDENT WILLTAM E. JONES OP GONZALES. The want of time and health has prevented us from prtscnting to our readers the usual quantity of origi- nal maurr but in the mean time we present to them the latest news that we have been able to glean from from a bundle of old papers just come to hand none of a later date than the 5:h ins. The Hon. Geo. W. Hill Secretary of War passed through this place one day this week on his way to Washington. We understand he attended an Indian council on the False Ouchita.and that all the Indians he jaw professed friendship for the whites. Peace has bepn made with all the Indians except the Co- mancht's and kin. was and there is a strong probabili ty orcuL-clmg- a treaty with them. To raw and conversed the other day with two gen tlemen direct from the Colony. They represent vcrything m a flo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 July 1843

k.- V " - c -grs" 3iF r-S mm XjiiT 'ti j .. THE NORTHERN STANDARD CKAS. DE MORSE LONG SIIALt 6UR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TOL. I. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS JULY 6 1843. NO. 42. .PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE. TERMS: The Nortiiebn Standabd is published'erery Thursday -at fire dollars per annam in advance or seven dollars at the end ol the year. Subscriptions lor six monttis$3 in advance or S4 at the expiration or tho time. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and a half per square for the first insertion and sevenly-five cents for each subsequent insertion. Eiht lines or under will be considered a -square. One line orer a square will be con- sidered two; over sixteen lines three &c. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be inserted for $'20 per annum. Not exceeding twenty lines S30 per annum. If ot exceeding fifty lines 350 per annum. Announcement of candidates Tor office S10 each. No advertisement will be governed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 July 1843

yir ..t SiC3 !& - ffe S vr-r--.. r&5zz 5sv . - WX' r3m a T V ii ? . r- " What a pity it is that theJSx-Swek .Commission- er has not had the honor toVrcpreseijt some of the foolish people he speaks of. Perhaps' the Chairman of the committee for exaraining.the Stock Office could assign a. reason why the Major has never been a Congressman." We said nothing about foolish people; that is a lying addenda of his own. The Chairman of that Committee cannot give that information but we con. It is because we do not C wish-it sufficiently "to canvass for it If any one sup- " noses fromthe fellotvs'insinuations that we are in de fault to that office he will be egregiously in error for we hare all necessary papers to acquit us of re- sponsibility there. In anolhcrplace he says: "' Bet what do they in the North? Cold friend.- in the North !' We may add the worst enemy of all is there poisoning the minds of the people and infu- sing into them his own hatred and malicious disposi- tion If th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 July 1843

- "- aar -sms-' X - THE NORTHERN STANDARD CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BUAYE JHE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL. I. lCLAKKSVILLE TEXAS JULY 13 1843. NO.- 43. P.UBL1SHEP WEEKLY BY G. DE MpRSE. " TERMS: The NosTHsns Standard is puWished'exery Thursday at fire dollars per annup in ad ranee or seven dollars' al the end ol the year. Subscriptions for six months 3 in advancs or S4 at the expiration of the time.' ' ' Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and a half per"sqnare for the first insertion and seventy-five cents for each -subsequent insertion. Eight lines or under will be considered a square. One line over a square will be con- sidered two; OTer sixteen lines three &c. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be inserted for $20 per annum. Not exceeding twenty lines 30 pc annum. Not exceeding fifty lines S50 per annum. "Announcement of candidates for office S10 each. No adTertisement will be governed by the yearly rates...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 July 1843

k r la TSeTlorrircrn STa'ndaH. CLARKSVILLE THURSDAY - . - . .. JULY 13 1843. FOR PRESIDENT JOHN HEMPHILL OF WASHINGTON FOR VICE PRESIDENT W1LLTAM E. JONES OF GbNZALES. ... The proprietor of the Brazos Farmer has enlarged his paper and changed its name. It is now called The National Vindicator." Some six weeks since large quantities of wild pigeons established their roosts in different places near town. Numbers ofthem were killed by knock- ing them down at night with slicks. The oldest settlers have never berorc seen them in the country at this season. Their visit is very acceptable as they are remarkably fat tender and edible. The following communication was received prior to the l-sucof the last number but was crowded out by other matter. IVe give it publicity now though we doubt very much whether any great good will result from the sitting ol the convention. We do not think that half the counties in the Republic will send delegates nnd we arcpeifectly satisfied that the counties c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 July 1843

mmf&e3&r " c. ra IT T. -2 - - V I THE NORTHERN STANDARD -J4 JE- c CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLAKKSVILLE TEXAS JULY 20 1843. NO. U. VOL. I. e: -rrzL--.i V- rsa PUBLISHED WfiEKLY B Y C. DE MORSE. "" TERMS: The Noiratttlf Stihdabd is published 'eTery Thursday at are dollars perannum in advance or seven dollars at the tad at the year Subseriplior lor six morUUs $3 in advance or 64 at the -..ztfon Wlha time. Advertisement will be irtel at one dollar and a hair ter square for tue wst insertion ana sevenry-uve cenu mi '.etch subswient insertion. Eight lines orunder will be naiaerd a square. One line orer a square will be con- sidered tto;over sixteen lines three &c. Tearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be inserted for $20 per annum. Not exceeding twenty lines 830 per annual. NoteiceediagiftrlincuSattparanoom. Announcement ofcandidates foroffice.SIO each. No advertisement will bi governe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 July 1843

-x ' . -u f I I- ' No wiidjtbat they cease theirppbsitfob or thdhevsJn . Wl rstlh of taxation when no system orrrHhem. -Gdod people very! alone (o ibis gets any thingTroi Thisis not mere talk we' have been about some of late and bjiveseen.raen as cqod citizens and as pa- triotic as tbere are in any part of' tnis coutjtry who will not much longer bow their necks to a yoke which 'U placed only upon the willing and which makes patriotism a curse and honesty a punishment. They have seen no sufficienteflbrt made to collect the duties imhe.districi below Jtere and men would ; fools to toil and give and see others by their sides kcuhng the very idea of suomitting- to such exac- )s Ourpeople are honest and lawabidin.there none more so any tf here but they are not meek Idrirelmgidiots looking upt their rulers for the nent ol reason amTthe "perfection pf justice: not Iresent rulers especially. They do not expect ijaebody to emit light. nposinj the proper arrangement made for il collection of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 July 1843

aa i THE NORTHERN STANDARD CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR- VOL. I. CLAKKSVILLE TEXAS JULY 27 1843 NO. 45. V y r PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE. TERMS: The KoftTHcsN Standard is published every Thursday at fire dollars per annum in advance or seven dollars at the end ol the year. Subscriptions for six months $3 in advance or 8-1 at the xiirtion of the time. Advertisements mil be imertei at one dollar and a half per squire for the first insertion and seventy-five cents for each subsequent insertion. Eight lines or under will be considered a square. One line over a square will be con- sidered two; over sixteen line three &c. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be Inserted for $20 per annum. Not exceeding twonty lines 30 per annum. Not exceeding filly lines S30 per annum. Announcement of candidates foroflicc $10 each. No advertisement will bi governed by the yearly rates lin- e's specific contra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 July 1843

L i came into office eighteen months ago. What is it uo w? Let us enquire the difference and see whether the results are (or or against him. "Instead of extravagance the Government is now administered on the most economical scale consistent -.vith its efficiency no secret service money no mis- sions for the mere employment of special friends or personal attaches. But to support Government at all a currency was required to be created and even this hat been done. Aye thus the most difficult of it all has been attempted and done successfully. We re- gard this as one of the greatest financial arrangements on record. With credit so hopelessly prostrate as be utterly desperate. Without a dollar to begin with; Sam. Houston issued his Exchequer bills amidst the doubts and fears of his friends and the acclamations of his enemies who thought with Shylock that "they had him on the hip." Yet notwithstanding the re- cent postponement amounting almost to a present re- pudiation of the Red Back Bi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 September 1843

rqw ; ; T- JS ' " fcV SVw v o n 0SC. - V. i- -v -sv 'r s&e :t.l -. r'' . f -si . rtf- hS ( ( Pie -.j i'si. - ? "?Mn- ri f- raa t. -f g .. .- -: . .i-.jb-.w. TuiL"; IA."-. actoasaaM." mMi VOL. I. -C ft' published weeklYbyx?. demorse Tfce N wiTHSWf "feifiSjJAipi published every Thardy at fire dollan per aaotwi in ad ranee jr jeven dollars at Uic ena 01 me yew. . . Sabscripihns Jor ixB?ontB 3 ia.advaocs (f at uie nrnintfon at th'e tic" ." AdTertisemeats will l?e j ncrtej at-7Be"611arand a half persqoare lor me bsi insenijBj ana eviej?iy-nve senu iui caai iwcfiau lascruun. .lugui uua or uuuci m i. consider a square. TOae-MwOTera-sqnare vrillbe con- TTcarly advertitements nol.eiceeding'cight lines willfce inserd for $30 rer annora'.. ' "" Nol exceeding twenty liues 30 per annum. Not excedins fifty tin5'S50 per annum. AMfGBKmeatorcandidates for t Sice SlOvach. No adjertisementTriU be governed by the yearly .rates ug .'s &nM(fi.Ttrlt and Davraenl i-nade before Mad. ' FotiticaX-addr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 September 1843

. Mk".g" "V- V' " M .Jv: i - -T - k . t i -0m. . . t- i '' Mt T0-T41E -P-E0PU3--OF TEXAS. v The Proclaraatioirof prcatfcrifcHoustoh accusing ma ol Uagrdtu-: disobedience- of jorders; titnc and Hgain and prochfmiog me an pat-law- engaged In' - ty"""" wui.i ana iui liuiiiuaimc'cxpinuuiion and.defcnce.on.my part.iiow thai. Lbaveflhe oppor--tunny of Refuting charges promulgated during my. aosence. m ' am. gratificd.to learn lhat a liberal public have found in ny"woircs an excuse-.fpr whafthey were bound to considcra disobedience if brders but this does not satisfy -mc. - claim tq bV'fully exonerated from the charges eo solemnly "pawifed In the Presi- dent's.Procra'mation and will proje'from. the. Very Uigurs chcu in mai apcumeni uiai xne acnunciauons were uncalled for and the dec.latations.unfounded The very expedition which'l iiave accomplished and which has" been proclaimed pjraiical .1 was an? duccd to.planandVexccute b'v Instructions from the proper Department It is jtrnepth'at from...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 September 1843

o Jfe.. if 'mJ'--. - tfi6wgsa- jr. O " 'FMMMEiI;TIOK BETWEEN TsttAi ar Mac.4iifjrfrom several of his late edi- gMVW ihtakour friead pf the Telegraph worries .""i"! "V wnnwcwimniy aooat tbo danger of for-tjpattrpe-itioji between as and "Mexico and has SS&'tt ?". ta"i9y shadow. He quotes in Jafiwbcr of Julv 24th nnrtlnsi. nfih. tv.ii .4. drew dT Waahiytea kvrepponf fak positions ap- a "" """"5 uMtt.mey nave o appiieanuty Jtkaiese. Thai addreaa was delivered to the per P- earted-foreniaeBt whose iodepend- esKa.was -acknowledged by the government from 'WkaUi it had aerered uetf. aad ihRwrnenikl v.tj.. . fAierCenr hanhg is view the evils whkh time ws iigBHi naareauitefl irom the calling in of foreign rce to decide issues ' between a divided people Wana them of the results of such insidiou nntnnrp 4l oM'siune aoble patriot had brought to a fnvora-W-ethe struggle of his countrymen' for liberty AhMsaistance and co-operatioo of foreign troops ai aaoaev. and regarded a brother the ennntrv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 September 1843

o 5 .. IN l ?5 1 i ? rim jPottrn. -THE DISENTHRALLED: r - - BY-JOHH-0. WUITTJER. He hid bowed down to drunkenness . An abject worshipper r The pride of manhood's pulse had grown Too faint and cold to stir ; And he had given his spirit up To the unblessed thrall And bowing to the poisoned cup He gloried injiis fall ! 171 - There came a change the cloud rolled off. And light fell on his brain l j And like the passing of a drcami Thai comcth not again ) Tf 1 r The shadow of the spirit fled! k- He saw the gulf before. " -r. lie shuddered at the waste behind And was a man once more 5. lie shook the serpent fold away Thai gathered round his heart. As shakes the swaying forc-t oak ' Its poison Tines sparl : He stood erect returning pride Grew terrible within. H.TV '- i J- And conscience sat in judgment on His most familiar sin. " " t t . The light of intellect again " && Along his pathway shone ' And reason like a monarch sat Upon his golden throne. The honored and the wise once mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 September 1843

Ctl iumM Jot I R I6RTHBR1 STANDARD - -. .. Uy .2ifc?;i . is. -J. sssiv34!tti .. mmmmmmmmmm ." ---- r -.. i --- - - - - - : """"""JrT .-V- LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. WK---K K' - B 'I. y. ;ll U r c U- :. - . JSSSSSISklJxSSo. de morse -- at f gUUars per amhom ia advance or seven dollars at the Bt-teriptioes lor six moattofS in3ayance crS at tbe wnftnn nf fha (' aj-.--iSi;tg wiir tie iaserteJ at one dollar and a half rurriTT.f" the firs insertioa!idieveDiv'-five cctiu for adihoqoe8t ietertioo. Exht Jines' ofund.rf-ttiil be' if l i - MnM -St!-- rr rsnifari will be 'con UdMrtwofoTer sixteen lines three &q. ;'TtJraTertJeenbB8t exceeding eight lincjfwdl be l!WMi $20 per saM-a. " " 9ft exceeding twenty lines 30 per annum.. - Mat exceeding fifty lines $50 per annum i 1 i r r nf tt f n tiii-" for office" S10 each. jlotfrorUKmcBt trill be-verrred by the yearly rates tur- saapcetae contract aaa payment is roaaeDeiore nana. f lUlTnl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 September 1843

H'-.f ". vs - af XJLr-r4 jft I had wriitenihus far when a paper fell'under mv eye wherein I find published the instruction'' of Pres- iJent Houston tohe Commissioners ana-which has .oeerueloruhe public lor sometime it seems 1 wish toliavo it understood that these were the as and not all the instructions that the Commissioners received from the President and Nary Department. In these published instructions it has" been noticed of course that the President speaks of "the Act of Congress fgr-Jhe Disposition of the Navy" and that he says nothing about the "renoeai of the vessels from New Qrleans." It will be inferred therefore that the dis- position'tot the Austin and Wharton was to take place in New Orleans! When the '-Secret Act" of Congress and all the instructions are published I will be enabled to justify my course more fully by shew- ing; 1st. That if 'the disposition of the Navy" had taken place as contemplated by the President the Austin and WAarlon would have fallen into hands ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 September 1843

rixte Q sSLEASf G -BENATORIAIr'ELECTION. JYrigHt.1 -- TLtus- Red River ' Laaiar -5Farinin 247 no ;2yBJ" ?"' 'Bowk - -.- -sB? &$ 166 ..- 538 Wright's majority ELECTIONFOR7MAJOR GENERAL. Sbrnnt. Sherman. Hunt. Smith. Mavficld. Bronavgh- Bowieffe 256 RerjRheVZW Lamar 233 'Fannio; ' 190 978 34 71 3 3 17 0 0 0 120 25 81 UG 123 69 9 13 51 1 260 379 27 57 17 Somervell received 3 in this county and 2 in Lamar. The vota for Tarrant in this District is not near as large as we anticipated. This resulted from two causes.""- The first was his absence at the Treaty. The tf cond that anticipating for him an almost uan--irnous rote in the District his friends made no efforts whatever in his favor whereas the friends of Sher man and. Hunt were active and induced a great num- l r i. ... i . . . i . ! " i persons wno jwere not strongly lnieresiea in Jhe result to vote for their candidates. This had it ieen suspected by .the friends of Tarrant could have .been in a great degree prevented. Wjird is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 September 1843

PPSnnstSiK mp1- ''"wllHRjSBi wwi- . ; ? -. - ' . - IJoflrj). . S0N3HINE. MloYeth not the sunshine ohj who loreth not the bright And blessed mere of Bis smile who said; "Let there be UghlH Who lifteth not his face to meet the rich ana glowing beam 1 "Wtodwelktb not with miser eyes npjn such golden stream? let these who will accord their song to hail the revel blaze That only comes where feasting reigns and courtly gallants gaze; Sat the sweet and merry sunshine U a brat er theme to sing For it kindles round lha-peasant while it bursts abore the kin. .We hcaryoung voices round us now swell loud in eager joy Were jostled by the tiny child and sturdy romping boy; In city sj cet and hamlet path we see bh the forms arise And Childhood's April-life comes forth as glad as April ikies Oh! what can be the magic lure that beckons then abroad To sport upon the dusty stones or tread the grassy sward 1 'Tis the blight and merry sunshine that has called them out to play And scattered them like bus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 September 1843

Til MRTHBffN STANDARD rrs- vmc3irMi ! v- - i " CHAS. 6e MORSE LONG SHALL UR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE-THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. .YOLU. . 'PCBLLSHEDWEEKL.YBYC. DEMOBSE. TERMS; . - - ..The NoarnxaJt Standard ls-publisbed every TbursdiT t fire dollars per annum in advance or seven dollars al the ' jeadolthe-year. .5" Snsacriptions lor six oaths$3 in advance or $4 at the expiration of the tine - Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and a half ; per square fat the first insertion and seventy-five cents for each subsequent insertion. Eight lines or under Mill be considered. a square.- One line over a square will be con- -sidered tiro: over sixteen lines three &c. si a Yearly aaWikements not exceeding eight lutes trill be asserted k $99 per annum. Not exceeding twisnty lines 430 per annum. 'JteieteeediBj fifty lines $50 oer annum. Announcement of candidates .or office S10 each. -No advertisement will be governed by the yearly rates nn- . est specific contr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 September 1843

ppr- : J J !! I " E the last blessing given in love and fear by an aged mother who hB survived to rejoice in;your prosper ...! tMTb Tr ...... r:i:.. j..i fj .!? tj uiiu iinuiucKf u imrc jauiumr turn iciici o- sociaiionsSf early -life havo brought you hither with peculiar alacrity -and'givskto-us Train you and to you from us in greeting of extraordinary cordiality '""there is yet not wanting a free and cordial greeting r fgr.nnyryut evcrylrue'Ameucanirom whatever pan of this great republic who treads with us this sacred field nnd respires with us this atmosphere redolent with the ever fragrant recollections of 1775. Amongjhe seventeen millions of happy people """ who compose pur American community there is not tine who has not an interest in that structure not one who has not a deep and abiding interest in the events which it is designed to commemorate Its respecta- bility I may sav jts.sublimity depends entirely on ils mtionajity. 'lt is all Afuerican. Its sentiment is comprehensive...

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