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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 31 January 1852

r-cr rr"r "o-sr; BYLA8T NIGHT'S MAIL. The Democratic National Ciitveiiiiu.i will meet in Baltitnure on Tuesday llie 1st day of June 18- 5i; e.-.c!i Stale to have as many delegates as she has Senators and Representatives. It is thought that the delegates for Ohio to the National Convention will be instructed to vote for Gen'l Cass Baltijioke Jan. 3. P. 31. Mr. Clay. Mr. Clay's illness is worse. His recovery is considered hopeless. Seward ha lately declared that shnulJ Mr. Fill- more be nominated by the Whigs ha will support him. Washington" Jan i. At the Congres- sional bnnqner In Kossuth this evening at tnc Nntionnl Hotel lliuic were about JliM) per- sons. The dining room ivj? tastefully deco- rated with patriotic device. The President of the Senate presided with Kossuth nnd Speaker Bnd on the right and Webster on tin left Secretaries Cnrivin Stewart Judge Wayne Gen. Houston Seward and other distinguished men occupied scats near the ticinilv. Juny. Oth Cotton advanced in New York of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 31 January 1852

ir--qgvagtBjiviujL..ugl?t sjego and placed tho destiny of France in t(ie hands of Napoleon. Dec. 4 Thursday morning. I shall not attempt to give you full details of events which liavo occurred within the last two diiys. A few rapid sketches must suffice. At ten o'. clock on Tuesday 1 was informed of the rev- olution. I went fm ih and on reartiing the Boulevards uoticed evident traces of excite nicnt Knots of people wero gathered close and thick around tho corners where the de- crees were posted up. Men and women walk ed nervously along the pavement. Shopkee- pers stood at their doors aiul-maids and men in dressing gowns gazed wistfully out of the upper windows. The Boulevards were soon '' j.j ...:... . i.:....i : . 1 ITII'.lll Mil 111 III 11 IIIIIII 1IIII1IT I IIIII1IIIV lllllillll the Place de la Concorde which faces tho Chamber of Deputies. They were met and " " - - 1 --: o turned back by troops already posted as if by magic at the point of danger. 1 he great thoroughfares of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 31 January 1852

ASHICULTUHAL. From the Southern. Va ) Planter. PI.OUGHING-MATCH IN PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY. Tlie farmers of Princess Anne assembled at their Court House on Friday the 3 1st of October ultimo to witness the ploughing match sometime previously atlicitised to be had at the village of Princess Anne on tint day. Cairiages and all sorts of ehiclcs were seen arriving until about oleicn o'clock A. M. when quite an assemblage was present. The Committee of Arrangements prepared a set of rules to goiern the judges; who went upon the ftld of action just anterior to one o'clock P. M. and at the hour of one hcking ten minutes fix plough started in the contest. E. Burroughs entering cue Pcakskin No. 21 cast iron plough. Genl II. 15. Woodhouse. and F. Thompson one Dagon wrought iron plough manufactured at his own shop in Princess Anne except the wood-work that was finished by Jas. Heiricl; of Princess Anne. Henry F. Woodhouse one Dagon plough iron of which by Woodhouse ami Thompson and the wo.id work ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 February 1852

M E si w SB h His WW T " p"y Kill 3i 5a P5 D rV- 8a Jb I a ri.'j juu i!uiMAf jtsazssnRrz CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BBAVE THE BREEZE---THE STANDARD OF THE TREE EDITOR Ji PROPRIETOR. 4 ra m ni iw sr. ven ?- n ra ? me fL.s -! ta fcc fa sis s!Ei!a eiks bsH S obis cfe ra m& & & AT VOL. 9 CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY NAPOLEON AND MARIE-LOUISE. Marie-Louise was little known to the Pa- risians and but little beloved in France. Borne away from Vienna as a trophy of vic-torj-. conquered more than courted succee- ding in the hero'a couch the still living Em- press Josephine whose Creole graces appar ent goodness and light-hearted disposition made her even with these very defects.more popular with so light and superficial a people; n stranger in the midst of France speaking its language with timidity studying its man. ners with embarrassment Mnrie Louise liv- ed in seclusion like a captive amidst the ofii cial circle with which the Emperor surroun- ded he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 February 1852

x 3Sfe-f" vwt ;fy-Tf" - J r-- J&ZtoZ. BYLASTNIGHT'SMAIL. It is staled in positive terms that Mr. Clay desires that General Cuss should bo elected next President of the United States. Louisvn.LE.Jnn. 13. Navigation is again closed nbov e this. The river is full of flout- in" ice and falling. Ice ery heavy so much so that the Jeffersonvillc ferry bouts have stopped running. Thermometer thN morning sit degrees below zero. Baltimore Jan. 13 8:20 P. M. Tho Mar land legislature pnssed a resolu- tion welcoming Kossuth but repudiating his intervention docttines. Kossuth u as receiv- ed by both Houses to-day. He arrived from -Annapolis this evening and leaves for Han- risburg the l'cnn-ylvau'n seat of Govern- ment to-morrow. v .Vcir York Jan. 13. P. M. Salca nf cotton for the last two dajs O.oOU bale3. The market buoyant with a good ex- posing demand. Washington Jan. G There is every reason to believe that the Prometheus nfihir will lead to a better un- derstanding und that no British fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 February 1852

Jt ORGANIZATION Tho Committee appointed by the Demo- cratic State Convention to propose a plan for effecting n Stale organization made the. fol- lowing report which was adopted: We recommend that there shall ho elected by this Convention a central committee for tho Stale consisting of six members who shall be selected from different portions of the State as follows viz: A chairman who shall reside at or near the Seat of Government. One member in the country west of the San Antonio and mouth of the Cibolo rivers. One member between the San Antonio and . Trinity rivers (besides the chairman. F One member for the country east of the Trinity river and below the San Antonio rond. Two members for the country east of the Trinity river and above the San Antonio road viz: one between the Sabine and Tntiiiy.nnd one north of the Sabine. That it shall be the duty of the central com- mittee to correspond with the central commit- tees of other States and the Grand National Central Committee at th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 February 1852

r- VT. "v St AGHIOULTURAL. RscirE for Corino Mcrhaik. Opium three drachms ; Tar 1 gill ; mix Indian meal with the tar to give it the proper consistence ami enclose the opiam in it. pill fashion grease the ball well elevate the beast's head and draw the tongue out as far as possible administer the dose. As the tonjue recedes it carries the ball down. Southern Planter. RESOLUTIONSADOPTED BY THE DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION at Austin. "Where is The distinctive feature in the political creed of the great democratic party of the United States is a confi- dinsr trust in the intelligence the patri otism and the discriminating justice of the American people; and Whereas. The time has arrived when it behooves the democracy of the Slate of Texas to organize and by unitPtl ac- tion to rally to the support of those great principles which Heat the foundation of a government springing from and up- held by popular will: Therefore Be it raoh'cd hy this Convention That the democratic party of the Sta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 February 1852

chaR-es oe morse LOKO SHALL OUH BANNER BRAVE THE BHEEZE THE STANDABD OF THE FREE EDITOR it PROPRIETOR. -r Hl & vol. a (LajBCST?ggi-:ggg!ri5in'arS?'tSS: LETTER FROM ENGLAND. ij.j... nj... nn.ln..r. n!!.- j;uuuciiuui.i on...v."c -.. - -- set myself in this letter will not p i ...... a..... jtTntfnil l1llfl..thAII rtl lIlP tZfT- r .. rat..y..i ...;. f-vi..- c-iir- nurncitiui siuuc i j ..;.. i. To;-. u knit itself into seriousness. r- ' ' j ' -';- n a t .snell hound by nil about you I V '-2- T- L. ss ionc of them You arc not. a v t- -n..'i;... ..;!. I tv. slrancer in quest of wonders.but .... .... . f. !.... !nnin. on nrp up. 6 -. T A ' ... . . 'three mi es in one direction aivl n maa town which I passed in succe.-s.on eie "" . . ' r i j .i r .:! r !?- ' of iliese broad avenues ot trt cs j-' I reached the frontiers of r ranee. I s .i r u A word or two.however. for lfe.lcn Ba.len. eects.lhnce as far in aiK-.h-r. It is del iPSJullv situated amidst oao; Paulas perhaps b-fire sr.m- n. -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 February 1852

gggjgw n S.. - i-C - V- J -t-I'-J TIic Soutli-'Western Convention. THIRD DAY. Wednesday January 7 IS52. At half-past eleven the Convention met; cx'Goveruor Mouton in the chair. Mr. Bui well of Virginia announced the at rival of General C. V. Clay and Joseph It Andersr.n delegate from that State. Mr. Fowler of Arkansas submitted reso- lutions in u or of a railroad running wet- waid from the Mississippi and several pa per9 relative to the project all of which wcie referred to the Committee on Routes. Mr. Ray of Louisiana presented the sub- joined resolutions which were referred to the Committee on Routes: Hcsohal That the Senators and Repre- sentatives in the Congress of the United States representing thu States icpresented in this Convention be requested to use their exertions and influence to obtain from the United States a survey of the proposed rail- road route from the Mississippi river yia Slueveport west with a new to the relative advantage and practicability of this route as t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 February 1852

rtasciiii if i p iibb by principles titan Rome in centuries by arms ""vsur principles were destined to conquer the world. His view for Europo was not con- solidation but a confederation of States like ours. For that end fair plav was indispensiblo. Enthusiastic applnuse.j Wo had in Europe! n... Plt rTTnlinttnrlnft nnninnen I lb null VU. lm""""-" uj.j.iu..o-.j Thirty years ago (he said) Paris was trans ferrcdtoSt. Petersburgh what would you say now if you were told that St. Peters- burgh was transferred to Paris? All Europe Mas but an appendix to Russia. Terrible foreboding silence reigned in Europe even Albion was sorrowful. Bui let God's will be done. jj He fervently hoped that we would decide -flfai favor of non-intervention. Such a dec- laration would receive fair play War would not follow. There would be no freedom for Europe until Hungary was freed. "Freedom or Death" was the watchword of his countrymen If they perithcd.history would record that it was because other na- tions f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 February 1852

:&i AGRICULTURE This primeval employment of man is the most healthful of all occupations healthful for the body the mind and the eoul. What other pursuit by which men obtain honest bread affords such vigor- ous training for the physical powers such various and extensive ranges of mental exercises' And where may the moral nature of man be pro- served unsullied from vice and grow and expand marc than amid rural scenes and beneath the pu- rest air of heiven. The farmer's life is not scratch scratch with the prn rap rap with the hammer nor an everlasting unpacking and repacking of the products of anoth- er's labor. He walks forth under the open sky his broad acres spread out beneath his feet ; the blue concave sunlit or starlit or shrouded in clouds :s still above him: health claims him as her ftvorite child and the glorious sun lores to kiss a cheek that is not ashamed tn wear the ruddy imprint of such affection. Nature's own inimitable music of babbling brooks birds breezes or rus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 February 1852

r "a" ' " w- CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OCTR BANNER BHaVE THE BREEZETIIE STANDARD OF THE FHEE EDITOR L. PROPRIETOR. CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 21 183 2. VOL. 0 NO. 25 TUf-fll I I nu' jj.i-. z THE FLOWER GIRL. I was lingering listlessly over a cup of cof- fee on the Boulevard des Italicns in June At that moment I had neither piofound nor useful resources of thought. 1 sate simply conscious ot the cool air tho hluo sky. the white houses tho lights and the lions.vvliieh combine to render that universally pleasant period known as "artor dinner" so peculi- arly agreeable in Paris. In this mood my eyes fell upon a pair of orbs fixed intently upon me. Whether the process was effected by the eyes.or by somo pretty little fingers simply. I cannot say ;but at the same moment a rose was insinuated into my button-hole.a gentle voice addressed me and I beheld.in connection with the eyes the fingers and the voice a girl. She car- ried on her arm a basket of flowers and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 February 1852

"U J TI1R STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA VS. YllliNEAS H. JOHNSON. The Court of Appeals liavn refused to rgranta new trial in the case of the State vs. Phineas II. Johnson I or murder. We publish below the sentence of the Courr.as delivered bv Judge O'Neall in Columbia on Monday the 15th Inst. South. 1 at. "Phineas John-sou: Young man.howcan 1 sav to vou in the awful language of the inspired "prophet 'set thy house in order for thou shalt die and not live!' Yet it must be done. You are before me note in the morning of life in a few brief days vou will be cut ofT and the place which iiow knows vou. 'shall know you lio more forever.' It is my duty to say to youthat the nature of vour crime forbids the pos- sibilitv of pardon here. Your only hope of pardon is in the merciful atonement of- fered for you arid all men in the broken body and streaming blood of Him who crie'd 'father forgive them for they know not What they do.' "Tour crime awful as it is must be set before you in the hope that it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 February 1852

rf'-' J STATE SENATE. January 12A 1852 A bill to set apart tea leagues of land for Indian purposes; read. Mr. Meusebach offered tho following a- mendment to cotno in at the end of fourth sec- tion: "Provided That the location on the waters of the Colorado shall not bo made within the limits q! the colony of ihe German emigration company assignees of Fisher and Miller's gxant adopted. Mr. Hill presented the following communi cation which was read FortGraium Texas ( . January 3 1S52. J Mr Dear Sir: I have delayed until this moment making the communication relative to the Indian tribes on the Upper Brazos which I promised you for the reason that I wished first to ascertain with some degreo of certainty the wishes of the principal chief Jose Maria; and then ogam I delayed still further in hopes of being able to base any suggestions I might venture to make upon the policy of the new commander of the De- partment. Having been disappointed in the latter expectation and receiving littlo mor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 February 1852

A vi- R I O TJ I. T U it 1 . From the Southern Planter. EXPERIMENTS OF THE ALBEMARLE HOLE AND CORNER CLUB. The undeisigned were appointed a committee at a recent roeelmg of ihe "Albemarle Hole and Corner Club No 1" to prepaare for publication in the "Southern Planter" an essiy on "the experi- ments which have been tried by the Club since its commencement given the substance of the most interesting of them." In executing tlits doty the committee are at a loss in making the selection con- templated by the order of the Club and deem it best to exercise no diseretioa in discriminating be- tween the several experiments. They deem it more expedient to refer it to the practised judg- ment of tho Editor of the Planter to nnfce such selections from the report of the committee as his more varied experience and observation of the con- dition and wants of the Agricultural community within the range of its circulation may suggest as Taluable. With respect to the manner in which the under- signed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 February 1852

ORTH CHARLES DE MORSE LONC SHALL OUR BANNER B3AVE THE BltEEZETHE STANDAHD OF THS THEE EDITOR ii. PROPRIETOR. VOL- 9 CLARKSVlLLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23 IS52. NO. 26. mjjgi'mwrKTKgnti&i'u- - -? -j.Vtw. ? . r ... - : TTJ.tT-r Tr'i iiwiimwin ! mi in hiiiim iiiwiimm T fiAPTIONS Of tho acts pacsed by tlio Fourth Legislature of Texas. An rt tn innlto valid tho use of certain teals by the officer of the county court of Oralveston county. Ad act roakiag an appropriation for the per diem pay and mileage or the members and officers" of the Legislature of Texas.conve.- ncd rw 3rd 1S51. An aM appropriating five thousand dollars to pay iLo contingent expenses of both Hou- ses of the Legislature. vii a-t to incorporate the Jasper collegi- ate lOEtllUtC. An act to incorporate the town oi Jasper. Ar. act authorizing the county court of Ca raeron . junty to levy a special tax for two vear. An bc: to authorize the county court of Smah county to levy an additional tax for the p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 February 1852

V a . ihey were accustomed but they strove by ascend to the top but determined after hav- their hilarity to make up for this deficiency ing seen hid men in undisputed possession to A "ood dish of boiled mountain mutton was 'leave half his little force in a suitable position flanked by sturgeon-rocs and that excellent to guaid the eminence and return with the cheese which can be found only in the Cau-. remainder. "How is Colonel Godinski tliN evening: ".her Ince anil the General would have been i-nquircd one at tha lower end of the table.- unable to direct their inarch had he not been "Ha your 1 i-rhnes heard " ' familiar with the way. Ten minutes enabled "I returncdVoin his quarters at dark "nil! ihcm to reach the base o! tho rock; the Gen swered the "oner.il. "He is somewhat uet - tcr although still in considerable dangor." "Gen. Borofi"" said Capt. Troilz whose fnrn " iill r.rtvnred with banduci's though his wmnd was doing well "you arc aware that this is mv tirs-t appearance al m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 February 1852

-- LJ1 .mjfct jl ST r m rfP .. .-r-T-T.ttT-.r-1-.fr Ltxch Law A Young Woman Hc.no. A cnrrcsrcrcect of the Jouinnl ni Ucin- merce after detailinp -several cases or Lynch- ing in California writes as follows: Shocking however ns these cases are both ate outdone by the extra judicial muidcr of a girl at Downievillc far up in the moun- tains of Yuba county. She was a Mexican senorila with all tho passions and frailties which attach themselves to the race. One day she stabbed n man so that he died in a short time. Public opin- ion varies as to the enormity of this crime. Some assert that it was a wanton and treach- erous attack; others consider it to have been nn ordinary murder under circumstances of insufficient but considerable provocation; while many affirm that the blow was struck in defence of her person against n drunken as tault. The better opinion is as far as I can ! learu that the kill illC was unlawhil but mi- ." .-... der palliating circumstance... It . of little consequence...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 February 1852

AG-RICULTURAL. 2-rom the South rn P.'anttr. COMPARATIVE EXPENSE OP THE HORSE AND MULE TO THE FARMER. Mr. Editor Tor tlie lasl four or five vears I have devoted tnj UMie mostl) lo farming and during that tunc liarc paid a good deil of attention to the feeding of my horses a.id therefore have learned pietty well the excuse of keeping that ammil on the farm. I hive long since come to the conclu- sion that the mule u out J he much cheaper as a wurkirg animil on the farm than the horse and hive therefore determined a? soon as 1 can dis pose of mj horses without too much saenrice in price to procure a full team ol them and isj them in all my larmmj operations. nen i hm- iiuo consideration the utj great saing to the firmer b the use o! the mule lnsteid of the horse it is a natter of great surprise to me that our rmproMiig and intelligent agriculturists shoiiM Iu;e delayed a tiling of such inij ortanco as thi-s to th a tun. C3ti onl account for it in th s way . tbai iimil with in a few ears...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 March 1852

m tt vt mT fliwm iff in i w i m a ESv GHARWES ds msrse LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD Or THE TREE EDITOR k. F - 'jr-.'.i TO."?. VOL. 0 CLAIIKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS S A T U R I) A Y MARCH G 1852. NO. 27. a : is 63 Ca ra " wK bt 53 u IfiAf w W kj RTl a co - hb HA n y Hj U HI ia KS K & pi Ka eh a sg w 1 ! be 111 1 ! ii I W a nm 111 I ill ill $ I IP r 1 1 mmmw.mi!'"'" " ' liWll ii n i umiwui.-imjjtj.&J4mujj in.n i ti !!Lmmjmin .hj..lj -r.!. . .- . .... .n...-. w !! ! -4 J I SPEECH OP 3115. CLEMENS OF Ala. On Me resolution declaring the Compromise measures to be a dtjinitire settlement of all hr. questions grotrins out of the subject of domestic slavery. JJchrered : thn senate December 21 lST.l. Mr. CLEME.x.isaid: Mr. President: If had been loft to mo to determine whether this resolution should he introduced I would most probably have an- swered no Not that I doubted its propriety n.r that 1 ever had any fears -'. the consc quences which might flow fro...

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