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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 August 1851

L-'ij-L.gam'-JL: From the South Hide JJctap Whan the New York Senator Reward repjidiatesthat clausc'iri tlio Constitution which 'ho has no mind to' and'appeals to a higher law' it .might lie supposed that This conscientious. violator of the Consti- tution which he was sivorn to support ap- peals to the rules of. Christianity and to the standard of Bible law for his guidance. But the spirit of Christianity and the law 6f tlic Bible afford not the least warrant not the slightest ground for any such ap- peal. The whole tenor of the Old Testa- ment and of the Now is diametrical!' op posite to the whole tenor of the abolition Higher law doctrine. Tins has been re- peatedly demonstrated in tcrnls the most conclusive ; but perhaps nowhere has the whole scriptural argument been morn clearly and forcibly set forth than iii a pamphlet entitled 'A Brief Examination oT Scripture Testimony on the Institution of slavery' by Thornton Sirigfellow a Uaptist clergyman of this State.. He un- dertakes ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 August 1851

r A opened his eyes and seeing several gentle men standing around liini looked up most be seechingly into the face- of them and said ' Slratigcr has il lit:" Home and Woman. If ever there has been a more touching and eloquent eulo- gium upon the charms of home and its dearest treasure woman than is contain- ed in the following extract from the Chris- tian Inquirer it Las not been our good for- tune to meet it. "Our homes what is their corner but the virtue of women? And on what dees MJcial well heing; rest but on our homes? iMust we hot trace all other blessings of civilized life to the door uf cur pi ivat c dwellings Are not our hearth stones guar " ded by the holy forms of conjugal filial and parental love the cornerstones of Church and State More sacred than either-more iipqessnry than both? Let our temples crumble and academics decay let every public edifice our halls of justice and our capitols of State be levelled with the dust but spare our homes. Man did not in- vent and he ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 August 1851

iJJtliOOUPILDUN Fortunate indeed has he been tvho I never tccu wctTinized by 'he Model Dun has l'uitinnciiiiis au'd person lug; though always '"I. mini .collected nutl polilc i that iivxl- :1 individual. Ho is well known wilier teiieruble and of easy pott: few there .ire in cur jjuodly city wl"i have not been honored by him'wilh special favors. A quntttsr of a ccutury'd laborious devotion to his craft ha frosted the capillary covering of his caput Clil still is his nncommniluting suavity as great us ever and his impatience and petac vcraucc. are far beyoud all ordinary endur- ance. The literary acquirements of the model arc by no means small. He lias studied the use ot language in ltd general sense and with equal facility ran he present a bill in Spanish German Kicneli or English. If yo'd cannot pay to il.iv h: n always willing to call to-morrow and he leaves as he en- tered yoor doinicilwith a trustful smile and a. hind'jrond day.' To show the extent of otir woiihy Dun's lonjj 6ufi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 August 1851

THE NORTHERN STAN CHARLES DE MORSE 10NO SHALL O0H BANNER BBAVE THE BREEZETHE STANDARD Ofr THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR VOL.S CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTt TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 0. 1851. NO. 49. -J TEXAS INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT. We believe it h conceded that Texas con- tains a greater scope of country susceptible of profitable cultivation i'ti p'roportion to tho number of stjuare miles than any State in the Union. Her soil is In tltc riiain fertile of ea sy culture and her climate mild and sdluhri- ons. She in very soon destined to contain a heavy agricultural population The most so rious objection which wc have eVer heard url j;iu uy persons visuing me cuuimj- nun u view ol selecting homes was the iticonven- ience of conveying our produce to market. . That this has been a great drawback upon Texas all must admit. It affords us much pleasure to believe that this State of things Cannot much longer exist. The subject of Internal Improvement is at this time .-tttracl- j:ig me attentio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 August 1851

nir-iiii'ln'rt Fur Author's Hume (Jazslto. QIE POOR COUSIN. BT T7JJ. II. CAI1PEHTCB. Author of the "Regicide's Daughter" "Clair- torne t!'e HebeV'&c. . . Chapter I. . "I hsve good liens for you girls!" nid Mrs. "jlontell a p.rtly matronly lady as slic catered ilio breakfast room one fine summer raoriiliig with an open letter :n her han't!. There were three young ladies irt the room two of whom were daughters of Mrs. Mnnicll; and lo these she l;ad addressed herself. Of the other e shall speak more particularly presently. 5 First of all let us introduce the Mies Montell lo the reader. Agsihe the eldest was a tall thin spinster-like young lady with a sharp. mal md rather pretty faca ; very flixen hair and ery light blue cyts. As she had read in books that i pensive and lan- guishing air was exceedingly becoming to a certain style of beauty &hi h id. adopted it as suitable to herewn; and as she hid likewise hearJ lhal-'t was very feminine and y fashionable. :i appear nervous on ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 August 1851

strains told to many hearers tha ability anJ ca- parity of the teachers of tlio ornamental branches. as well as their extraordinary taste. Qa either side the house was decnraied with nu- merous pieces of painting the original productio n .ri.rnnnii T.ntllM of the School Avhich would bo asufnrient test of the taste and talent of the Ladies uf the South these neett no corcmoni. i neir ue.au.iy has already spoken for itself. What can be more pleasing to contemplate upon than the progress of the arts and sciences in our owi. town and country ! "Where is the old Texan patriotic father whose bo som does not heave wilhiteligtit wnose eye dues no swell with tho tear of gratitude when contrasting i.r.r present situation w iih that of twenty j ears past then these hills onlv presented one wild lorcst dis- mal desolate and dreaiv but now we bel.oM upon their summits ihelowrrmc halls of wisdom and the sacred temples or" religion worship these are sub- jects upon which 1 love to retlcct and who ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 August 1851

ELOtiQENCK. Eloquencn in its highest flights i9l)pynnd nil question the greatest exertion of Hie tiii- in.in mind. It requires for its conception n combination of thB riiosl faculties; for its oxeciitinit tit lhr mn;I cxlrnordiinrv- """ TJ.iited in thought the most vaifcd atid dissitni Jar faculties ol the miuI strength i iiiuii-r-standing with brilliancy of imagination: fire of conception with solidity ot Judgement; a retentive memory with an enlhiiM:itic lancy the warmth of poetry with the coIiIiiceS f prose an eye for the beauties of naitire with n command of the realities of life a mind t-to red' with facts and n heart teeming with im- pressions and you vv ill form tho elements from which the mot powerful style of orato- rs is to bo created. Rut tins is not all. Piiysical powers if not essential air at least a great addition to the menial qualities re- quired for its success. The oraior mu-t have at once the lengthened thought vthicli is rt-qu site for the prolonged argument and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 August 1851

THE NORTHERN STANDARD CHARLES DE MORSE lONGt- SHjftL OUK BANNER BSAVE THE BRE2ZE-.-TtfE STANDARD OF THE TREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR VOL.8 CLARKSVILLE; RED RIVER" CdfjNTY TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST IG 1S5 1. NO. 50. . From Author's Home Gazelle. THE DROP GAME- BT JOHN JONES JR. "Come Laban Lee" said the Post Mas- ter of a certain village in New Jersey situa- ted wiihio ten miles of Philadelphia "You must take a paper this year. How can you iive man without the news?" "Tilo news!" returned Lee. "Humph! I have more news now than is agreeable. In fact 1 don't believe in your news mon- gers no how. Every man mind his own bus iness that is my motto " "Ytis bat Iriend Lee it is of interest to know what is going on in the world " "No snecial interest to me. What do I care about other people's concerns? It wont make my cows give more milk nor my land grow more bushels to the acre." "1 am not so sure of that." "Aint you?" "No." "Well I am then." "There are farmers whose cows give more milk than...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 August 1851

3a9hacanes3jrz i.rijnagaugi ZTZll!t2.b2ltlll.W-JLl!L l.'T1.1 W GEN. SCO IT NOMINATED BY PENN- SYLVANIA FOR THE NEXT PRESI- DENCY. Trnm the New York Herald of Thursc'iy tirneiKi ."ioo i no :n the fwla il.o first TRIUMPH OF DEMOCRACY. Cuba. ! Pipsldi.nl tci tut .-if' I il mini! ns tllC best illdl! . ............ - tlient of the latter may tirade. " e "' urc our reniic.s mi. wee. uir ilieicisno inten upturn nl nny Kind tie- accounts which hnvo been received ottlio late (wcfii these gcnllciiicn.or between Mr. Web' pier nnil any member nl tlic cnbinrt J t.n facts aic staled .15 thev orcutod anil tn jil.mi The rnnro we reflect upon the political his- tory f our country the more me we Ion 111 indmiration at thedecn foresight 'ho elonr rf ruirr nhit r-.!;lin f t... T. ..:... 1 ;.!. .... nl inn! tbp wis.- niillCV oftho-e elnuiicll v m the coidist of Ic7.2. He "...- nom-re-lohfontrinis inm uho-e keeping n hind P.ov- terms l.. prevent .ill uiisappieheiisioii td en luesda; !-yihc Whig Stan- C.u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 August 1851

t .lli-j.-.i'.cv3j PRESIDENTIAL. Tho canvass for the PresiJency or rather for the nomination in tho two great political part'os. has commenced at the North quite earnestly. The two great Slates of Pcnnsyhan'aand Ohio hare nssdm- cd their positions quite distinctly so f.ti as the whip party is concrrnt-J. Roth have through Urge State convenlions declared their preference Kir General Scott as the whig candidate. There can re l.'ttle doubt that New York will follow their ex- ample. Seward the dominant spirit in the patty in that State it is v.ell known is a strong advocate uf Scott. In the enmest relative to the Senaior- hip it was very satisfactorily demonstrated t!nt Mr. Fillmore with all his personal influence and sll ths power and p itronage of the Government made but a poor figure in a conle-t with the phusi- hie and artful Seward. The truth is that Mr. Fill- more had to carry heavy w ejitJil in his sanction of the Compromise which it is very evident is gen- erally odJous to tiio ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 August 1851

Fitiin ttiu N.O. Delia of jtilv 20. GLORIOUS NEWS FROM CUBA. IA iicrnfalis.-i commenced First bailie un Ihe 4f& JnJi.' auspicious dny The Patriots Triumphant Thirty of the Trotjia of Tijr- an? killed in the first Conflict Te Pain- tii concentrating at r.n impregnable noini JSnlhuiUtsm cfthe Patriots--Tat Qarern- ittnt panic stricken. Tho 4th or July iinvmj; been agrcpc! upon liy the Cuhun Patriots to strike '"nr fnvdnirt nd independence the men of Puerto Piir.ci pe obtained the honor of commencing the fctrugglo At 3 o'cloelitiii the morning ofthe 4th twenty young men selected for (he pur- jioso attacked one of tho posts nt the gate ifthc city and took pnsession of it hoist- ing the flag of free Cuba over it. They re-ihai-it-il in possesion cf the pl.ico onlv a very ehort time as their orders weie to retire as soon as they shouM have made some public demonstration and given the cry of indepen- dence. When attached by superior force consisting ot 7UD Cuban and 2iK) Ameri- cans. A ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 August 1851

: w 4 caBaaca&!aiiUJujiA. -ivm ri wn .iimiiaiiM.wi-v.ii. ..i .m nyinliu jimhiiiii ii iip - .... . i .. ... i .. mi in mj n jrr i v.r.w.'." j;.vi: muumpirrmf. n. ju:n-iaim i . mmagsnmjri mi i.vi nun i uAi-mi ai-!-!JH' UMetj3 CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANKER BHaVE THE BREEZETUE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR . VOL. S uiiqtmara;fA:-ma.X'i A SPEECH I ROM SIR. WINTHROP. The subjoined Speech of the Hon Robert C. Winthrcp di-hvered at a public dinner in i'ancuilljail Boston on the 'ate annivcrsa- Ty of American Independence possesses no doubt tor a majoiity of our readers the same interest as forua. It was elicited by the fol- io wins toast: " The 1'csl Members of Congms: Boston is justly proud of the list ot those of the illus trious dead and of tho respected and honor ed living who hive represented her interests in the National Councils may their enlarg- ed patriotism n d devotion to tho Cmittitu- tion be the guiding principles which shall ev- er animate the suc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 August 1851

( THE STANDARD A DEMOCRATIC IlU'l UUfAN JOI'uNAL .1t?TocKXi:u; . EQUAL 1UGIITS PRINCIPLES DEFOKE MEN Ass opposed to .-Li. cn.r.TrnsD monopolies TIIOS. D. IIL'OKIVs CUloriTrCT-:..... CLARK S VJ LLE : SATURDAY. AUGUST -22. Ifl.ll. V. I!. I'.II.MKK J ill- s-.t'Ibcrirci! usr-.: f"..r i!u- Muailjrcl. a: ."ivr lorli l";.i!.ulcl;ih;u nnJ i!c&:uii. E. V. Yl'itrr. .V- ". Camp firm. torYcv. Orleans. . io Advertising or Job lVork will le do:c at tills oiilce on a credit. Terms of Standard. Music riit-wripjIoRx. in nJmuco .I.b ol t.'u.mr'i twenty - - - - : oo : so on ID3 The St-r.djrd did i-otj j-u-r in due time last week becjuse we j.. ike a&crevv and could r.ot get any hliLLsmnh m time to mend it. John. ICJ We have received a iikw paper titled "Tiie Southern Patrii.t' printed -al Grccnvi'le (S. C.J it is a well priuted paper. JoiiS. ICP V'c have at list received a correspondence from Frank hut too la'e for publication thii week it will appear in our nct. John. In looking over the Colu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 August 1851

& The Democratic Party 3nd the Whig Leaders o re-nnsylvama and the iNortn and me course 01 both in regard to the Constitution of" the United States. There arc times w hen words aro deeds. And such a crisis has now come in tlie politics of the Sreat State of Pennsylvania. We hate already liid- befure our Traders the Resolutions of the Dcmucrath lc State Convention there together with the speech of Mr.. Buchanan showing how thoroughly awl to cmidy she democrats of Peimstliania with Mr JSc-h anan it then head have pledged themselves to t'le trcitJazzticc f the Ccmjironusc in good faith in i- dtng the fugitive sieve law. We copt now lumi the Pennst Iranian the leaiiing denoeralic organ in that State Jl.e mateiial ponton of an nrticli m which thii noble and national position of t!ie deiiiec--.acy is maintained against the insidious sssauhs and insiuuaih as of tlie v. lug Nonh American. Mark this frank manly and hold lone of the Pc:instlani- an. Remember that n thus defies abolu'oiii-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 August 1851

PROGRESS OF THE ANGLO-SAXON RACE. By a forlnnritc coincindencc flio genera total of llie Amyrican census tnkrn last jear lias been received amine rnublecl in con junction with the returns made on tilt tllst of .March for this country to measure ihcajco- Jutc progress of the Anglo Saxon incc ih its two grand diisinr.s.nnd to compare the laws ot their respective growths in in rclutiun to each other and to tho rest of world. It i- estimated including Ireland and tho colo- nies. Thai thero is a grand tntnl of men f peaking the same language and manifesting the same tendencies of civilization of o(if 000000 fiom which ia to be deducted the three millions ol negro slaves in ihu United States leaing a remainder of fifty three mil lions chiefly of Anglo Suxon descent nud deeply imprcgnited with its sturdy qualities of hoarf. antl brain as tho representative of mis autancing siock. Two c cr.turies ogo there were not quite three millions of this race on the face ot the earth. There arc a mill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 August 1851

4 l CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BtAVE THE BKEEZE THE STANDAED Or THE FUEE EDITOR L. PROPRIETOR 1 VOL. 8 JaeaaaasartdSiwMcmr XOX-iATEltVENTION. Tlie pr.ncipl.'Ol" non-intervention was Fully sustained b the democratic party in lSlSitis frilly "ustained by the demo- cratic party new. It has always been a leading featur i'i the democratic faith that iho iS'atcs should be permitted f at- tend to and reflate their own aflairs and that the federal government should not interfere with them in any manner. But the whig party has taken a different view ofHhings. It seems to have been .maddened and defeated by democratic tuccess so that it has entered into coali- tions with all those dangerous sects which have threatened and which still threaten the premanency of the Union. When ?Ir. Vin Durcn opposed the an- nexation of Texas lie was promptly dis- carded by the democracy. He was thrown overboard. Ti;c southern whig-- being nose-led by the northern wdgs sustain- in me opposition anne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 August 1851

tiieri duly ablulu is mast cj.nn'uie largely lo ths causes of ca.itain'.nation ; aid la tins the exsre- inemilioas millers 'the vrashiugs cf fonl linen llio filth and refusa of many !n::iJro-i manufactories ilia olMnl djjinininj vsj'ti'ile sh'miiuccs fron thj mukeis ths foal snj gory liquid fro'n s'augh- cr houses and the purulent abominations from hos- pitals and disscati'ig-nnms anil an iJea.niay ha formed of the quality of llie fluid which no incon- siderable portion of 1I13 iuha'uant-s of LnaJai ar c doomed to drink to use for ill domestic purposes every day of their lives unless indeed lhay abjilroa the impure elements altogether and consume it r disguised hy brewess distillers and licensed iclu a'lirs. " THE STANDARD A DEMOCRATIC HKPI'ULICAN JOl'UNAL .Ailtocnii.i;; EQUAL BIGHTS PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN AM5 C7F03ED TO ALL CTIAETESSD MOIIOPOLISS TIIOS.D. IIUDGIXo. ErfirerTro-Jriu. CLARKSViLLE: SATURDAY. AUGlT8T 30. IS; 1. V. It. rALMKItt fce nulhorixi-il :i;ptu fur tl.c Stu.ttl.ir....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 August 1851

'' ?. icard of kidnappers bruising a poor slave in I Noilhcrn merchants shin owners bud man- in custody in too ince ot uay wiiu me Ar- Cus eyes of the people upon him? No; the kidnapper went at f tic midnight hour when lie seized his victim and huddled him an ay. But he never went to a judicial officer for a certificate. And these were men who talk- ed about trial by jury being granted a slave Now grant a tiial by jury in the State of Alhs Fachusctts to a tdavc what chance would tiic master hae? Every slave that had been re claimed there had cost his master more than he was worth. It was lidicu'.ous to talk of it. Now far be it from him to say an thing- in fu vor of slavery but we hnd made a bargain "with Southern friend:?. It was written in" the bond and you must execute the condition of that bond or you must give up the Union. (Cheers.) Governoi Johnson had dechued that in so far as in him lay he would procure n modification or amendment of the Fugi- tive Slavo law and he would no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 August 1851

rsccnrcsre: H 1 jy)1! '"g I'jwJr.Vc:r Orleans Crcsccul1uzu-il 2nd. FIFTEEN DAYS LATER FROM CALIFORNIA. ANOTHER GREAT FIRE IN SAN FRANCISCO! 300000 of PnurEKTr Destkoyed.' ! The Alabama arrived al this port yester- day aftferhnpfi. Wc believe she failed to bring an' California mail from ClingriM A passenger however furnished us with n co- py of tlie Placer Times from uhich wc clip the following account of another fearfully des- tructive conflagration in California: t We copy fium the Alia Cuhlornin a full r.ccount of the commencement and progress of the flames and aa complete a list of the losses as possible. Lateu rno?i Sa:J Fn.vxcisco. By passen- gers who came up in this morning's hoat.wc have news tip to the time r.f leaving the steam tr last evening. Everything was quiet. The excitement had all died away and people were attending to their business as though nothing had happened. Gallagher who murdered a man in a house of ill-fame on Mcrc'mr.t street was arrested hy the "Vigilance...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 September 1851

THE NORTHERN ST.ANDR AD "" CHARLES DE MORSE -fc liONO SHALL OTJB BANNER BHAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD Or THE TREE EDITOR U. PROPRIETOR VOL. 9 CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER G 1851. WO. 1 r From Eliza Cook's Journal. Mystery of louis philipps BIRTH. . A French miter of some celebrity. M. Michaud has jual published a bonk entitled "The Public and Private L.He ol L.ouib nn llent to fathom this mistery unwilling to be I Iieve with the jailor mat wo past ovn au- mittcd ol no remedy she nmae enqumes and sought evidence in every quarter. Her efforts procured her the knowledge that her futhcr was the Count de Jninville a French nobleman whose rank and fortune she was ignorant of. To learn all the truth on th . ; ..! i n ipnrii hi iiim iriun nn imi lione of Orleans Ex-King of the trench igi ---- - - nTnicl. he ado .and illustrates by circum- -ubjort rfia set out n the bcgining of tho atential detail. a story which has long been year 1S23 lor France accompanied by you- ...

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