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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 September 1843

tTfa.ejrNjrtkxcjriit andard. '.' ' CLARKSVILLE ATURDAYq; -EJBEPTEMBER 30 1343. 1 c JOHNfHEMPHILL -s ..OF-WASHINGTON. t V FORTICETRESIDENTV WILLrAME. JONES OP GONZALEZ. -Tfae Standard will issue hereafter oh Saturday as it has for the last tune weeks "although Thursday iias been the nominal day of issue. By the new arrangement the mail rider makes no " stay in town and if we issue on Thursday the news from the'West which comes in on Friday is eight days old -before our subscribers in Lamar and Fan- nin get our paper and 12 days in Bowie. By istu- inj on Saturday we furnish it to the Eowie subscrib- ers in fire days after we get it and to those in Lamar and Fannin in eight days. ' The'continuation of the Santa F6 narrative of Mr. " "W.elkand others will be found on our first page. ..Tilt following conclusion of the statement came in " too late for insertion in its proper place on the out- side: ." In 'conclusion we discard all intention of re flee t- npon Messrs. Forbes' and Ragin as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 September 1843

c -Ljf 25- rs. p. ?a .i.s JJoetrp.. .t . TO MARY. " BS OEOHOE D. PRENTICE. It is my love's last lay .'and soon Its echoes will have died And thou -wilt list its low wild tones No more pale victim-bride! I would not lovely one that thou Shonld'st wrong the heart that deems ttee now Its glory and its pride! I would not thou shonld'st dim with tears The vision of its better years. And yet I lore thee. Memory's voice Comes o'er me like the tone Of blossoms when their dewy leaves In Autumn's night-winds moan ; I love thee still that look of thine Deep III my spirit has its shrine And beautiful and lone And there it glows that holy form The rainbow of life's evening storm. Ah dear one when j.gaze on thee So pallid sweet and frail And muse upon thy cheek I well Can read its mournful tale I know the dews of memory oft Are falling beautiful and soft Upon love's blossom pale I know that tears thon fain wonld'st hide Are on thy lids sweet victim-bride ! 1 too have wept. Yon moon's pale light H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 October 1843

wiswB"aj.-"- 'Hi V P'ly W ' 'WS1J TvNltT w-i-r Ji CHADMORSEi ; V . 1 - 3 VXfL.fI!i't . PUBLISHED WEEKLY B CDE' MORSE. u""' . TERMS? ... Tie NoRTnittS Standard is published every Thursdiy at Be d611ari'per annum in' ad vance or seven dollars at the endoi the year. - . - SibbcripttoDS lor six months $3 .xn'advancs orS4 at lue C cinration of tbo time. . . Advertisements will be inserted at one dollarand abalf persqnire.'for the first insertion and seventy-Eve cents for eaeV subsequent insertion. Eight-lines or under will -be cojsidefed a square. One line over a square will be con- siiired two; orer sixteen lines three dec. tfearly "advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be jnerled for $30 per annum. Nat exceeding twrntylines $30 per annum. Jfot exceeding fifty lines S50 per annum. I Announcement of candidates (or office 810 eaqh. No adTertisement will be'go verned by the yearly rates tin- ess specific contract and payment is made" before hand. Political addresses and obituary ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 October 1843

under fait withering glance. The philosophy that I studied taught thai to live soberly and mprally was paramount to gceataess; that he who gpverned and curbed his contendine nassicns. Dossessed at least 'a Ijrcat degree of firmness and of all the organs of which jmtenQjQgy treats giro me ormaess cuuiuuiw with reverence. To be temperate indicates weak nets"! Tsup pose there is a rulo by which wo can rea- son in temperance as well as in Euclid and it is a well established maxim of Euclid that things that are not not equal to some things are not equal to one another; hence itJbllows that if to be temperate is weakness to get drunk jabber a volume of inarticu- late lingo and wallow in your vomit is the vrry es- sence of greatness 1 Be it his to possess such great- ness and Tevel in such luxury. And nqw it becomes necessary for mc to revert to the last class of opponents or those who contend that their liberties arc impaired and their privileges re- stricted by becoming temperate. Is it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 October 1843

Chancellor Kent. This distinguished indi- vidual attained his eightieth year on Monday the 3 1st -It. Hit hejtlth.st excellent and his mental faculties -marly ai active '- erer. He resides at a beautiful 'cauntry seat fcetr Morrutown N. J. and the even- ntg ol tm I ile apparently ij calm and happy as its uioiiuimtt nasi oniuaoi ana ocaeuciat to uis leiiow coea. The taawbers of the New York State Bar ' aauMted hj the coauaen feeling of admiration and respect which n entertained for him by all classes of his fellow citizens appointed a committee in every couaty the members of which assembled at Utica darin the recent session of the Supreme Court of Hew York and Toted an address to be presented to him on the anniversary of his eightieth year; and also i pasted a resolution inviting him to partake of a pub- -Ik dinner at Saratoga or Albany at such time as he might please to designate. This invitation and ad- T drugs were presented on his birthday hy Messrs. John Duer B. F. Butler and A....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 October 1843

D m A. ffP - Vr. jJJcJrthiiv f-i From'XB VM )ir. How unconsaioustv-.'in iKa wire reveries of bov hood do the eiquiate nicturfV.of.tbe'Bibletake foxri and color (and enlarge and become vivld'irJtrie glow ojimaginauonjjiYVto.hasjiotrm church ana during the calm xnusjc of the voluntary fed hislhonghY upon some passage pfi'rje ubj'tTie in 'HoiyTVrit which justreao! Jiogers in his ear? Alt was after such a dream .suggested by-a. passage of "Scripture that we wrote the'lines that follow r- "frTi'U." j i L ( It was a green spot in the-wi!derncss Touched bj the RiVer6qrchin hejdaikpine A Never had dropp'd Its tassels on the mess' " t Turning the leaning bank; nor.on the grass. j Of the broad circle stretching" evenly To Ihe-slraijhtarches had-rieavierf'JOt Than.lhe wild heron's JrbiJdeft Sofily.in Through a long isle 6f willows dim and cool' ' Stole the clear waters with1 Iheir muffled feel Anhuiing as they spread into the light' i - Circled the edges of the pebbled bank Slowly then'npploj ...

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

THE NORTHERN STANDARD -CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL.5I. CXrARKSVILLE TEXAS OCTOBER 14 1843. NO. 50. Q r PUBLISHEDWEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE. TERMS: The NoKTUMi Standard is published every Thursday at Sve dollars per annum.'in ad vanee'or seven dollara at the "ind oC the year. Subscriptions lor six montns $3 in advancs or Qi at the expiration of tbo time. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar -and a halt -per square far the first insertion and aeventy-fivecents for each subsequent insertion. Eight lines or under -will be "considered a square. One line orr a square will be con- Sidered two: over sixteen lines three &c. Yearly advertisements not exceeding oight lines will be inserted for 520 par annum. Not exceeding twenty lines 30 per annum. Not exceeding fifty lines SM per annum. Announcement of candidates for office 310 each. 1 No advertisement will be governed by the yearly rttcs lin es) specine co...

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

3 31' The Mrth"ernsStan(Krd. - CLARKSVILLE t'.ATURDAY - .- - OCTOBER 14 1843. FOR PRESIDENT '"JOHN HEMPHILL of Washington: ' . FOR VICE PRESIDENT WILLIAM E. JONES OF GONZALES. 53" "Lines'lo J. L. M. of Tennessee" however poetical in conception violate the plainest rules of poetical construction ana are not therefore admissible to our eolumns. ; The author has (airly and openly afiixBd his Dime to his pioduction but we submit it for another reading oy nimseit anathe decision of his own "sobersecond thoughts" and we .think ha will conclude with us that it had better not be published. The idea expressed by the third line of the follow- ing four which conclude the first verse although eminently agticullural is jo our mind not strictly poetical." " Yci thou tsright single star thou model of beauty ! Who Bit never dimM by the clouds of misfortune Thy road has been rnari'd thy path is not rooty Thou brishtest of start my delicate fair one." Thtre is an entire disregard of rhyme in the term...

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

it - 6YOP-THE-MURDERER. - ' The subscriber W in ihu possession an offer ol One Thousand 'A'tres'of Land ifo'r the apprehension aad delivery of.Mark W. Doss into the custody of i ;ibe keeper or any- jail m the Republic of Texas. This Mark W. DcjnarriedJane-'Langsion; she is known by thexwriterxof this article to be an excel- lent woman and ofagood family. During the wmterttf J838nd when Judge Sum- triers was engaged .at Tuscaloosa as a representa- 'tive of the cdttaty-of Bibb Doss- went to Judge Sum- ere arid Summers' wifebeirrg a 'sister of his wife he refilled on her to lort him the Judge's waggon offtdtrttt: iHethen" started off Under a preteit'of a prospect of -making some money by waggoning end Tus'neVer Tctorned since. He went directly on to western "Terras' where ho turned his attention to preaching and was. rery "religious outwardly and a strict member'of the Baptist church. He' finally on being received into the house of a pious widow by dint or slight of hand pocketed her g...

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

h--& S&ij W fee fcK Poetry. From the Charleston Courier. THE AMERICAN FLAG. J1Y SIR JAMK8 DE LAURENCE CHEVALIER OF THE ORDECOF XALTA. Where Galpe frowns-where Etna flames on high "Where Mocha's minaret salute the eye; And where Uie billows of the ocean roll O'er half the globe anil flow from polo to pole Where e'er he sail'do'er Heptane's old domain A lirilcn saw but with a patriot's pain America's proud flag display to view ilcr thirty stars that in a field of bl jo Froclaira'd her freedom to each distant zone. " Alas ! he igh'd their ships surpass our own And we must tolerate that rebels thus On oar own clement should vie with us." When lo! he saw or thought he saw arise (For sleep no doubt had seal'd his angry eyes) The Genius of the Deep and heard him say Why arc ye not high spirited as they 1 To sec your younger brothers free and great Shonld rouse your energy but not yourjiate. Britannia'ssonsshall evcrrulethe waves But 'lis those sons that are nolongerslaves. They onl...

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

wggjg&&tJi l ? -J& ? ZZg8pgit' &H.IX.-. 1a W- r5 jB&L NORTHERN STANDARD "Egg-"1-1- yr AM-rT'ii -a? .T- Si$tetofos.i LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. F3 G-LAEJtSVILXE TEXAS OCTOBEE'21 1843. NO. 5. KPK K I ' -' ' ' wla .-! Tl. I . . j- M (.-.-. . PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. LE MORSE. tr -. - TERMS: . The NoTitsRK Stmndabd. is punished every Thursday at Ire dollari pcrTanSum.in advance orjeea dollars atlhe end ol the year. ' ' ' Subscriptions for sir mbntas 53 in advancr or St at the imrnrti'Df the lime. f .. . "Adverluemcnts will -be inserted at ne dollar and a half per square for the first insertion and seventy-live cents lor each subsequent insertion. Eight lines or under will be onstdered a square. One line orer a square will be con- sidered two; orer'xteen lines three &c. Yerly advertisementsnst exceeding eight Hoes will be - inserted for S20 per annum. t Not excee'd"n5 twenty lines 830 per annum. $ " Not ex...

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

5P5kW3?U tXiC&i. ?eS' sr'if' ' - If. 4 The florther.n Standard. CLARKSVILLE SATURDAY - - -OCTOBER 21 1843. FOR PRESIDENT JOHN HEMPHILL OF WASHINGTON. FOR VICE PRESIDENT WILLIAM E. JONES OF GONZALES. THE NEXT PRESIDENCY. We perceive by tho Red Lander of Oct 7th that a meeting has been held in San Augustine for the purpose of nominating Anson Jones for the Presi dency and buoying hjra up in that section by the popularity ol K. L. Audersonjwho was at the same time nominated for Vice President We notice also that some men of influence in San Augustine do not appear in the account of proceedings. It will not do. The Doctor has not weight of metal or propelling power sufficient to carry him within distance jofthe goal. The attempt to put him upon the people who really have an aversionto him. for any such office as the Presidency is made upon the pretext of a necessity for e'ecting" some one who will continue the policy of the present Executive as though any out who mihl be elected wou...

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

C-r . J n 'f.M. .. The y Stxa'mshiV " Great Britais." T.his magnificent vessel which was launched lately at Bristol is composed entirely of iron and is the larg- est ever built since the days of Noah. There are no peddle wheels or boxes the Archimedean screw being used. Her burthen is 3600 tons being 2000 toas more than that of the Great Western. She will be propelled by engines of 1000 horse power combined. The following are her dimensions: length from figure head to ufTrnil 322 feet; length of Keel sy leet; extreme width 50 leet 5 inches; she pau tour own me upper aecu 13 Hash and is 303 feet long; thetacoud deck consists of two promenade saloons the aft one or first 1 10 feet 6 inches by 22 feet and the forward or second class 67 feet by 21 feet.9incb.es. The whole of the saloons are 8 feet 3 itches high and surrounded by sleeping berths of wmen mere are xo wun single Deds. and 113 con- toining two gWing262 berths. This large number i exclusive of the accommodations which could b...

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

-VSt- J'"! e' . ;4- poctrn. From the Somerset Whig. " THE BREAKING HEART. BY TANTRA.D0OAS. . vTwas morning and the golden sun -. el A Was through a halfdrawn curtain breaming With aich a mellow light that one . Might almost swear 'twas glory beaming . And tin a maiden's face it fell Half roused from rest and half reclining As lliongh it loved to linger well t Upon a check so smooth and shining One'sraall white hand upheld her brow Her arm the yielding pillorr pressing While o'er her neck like stainless snow Flowed many a truant tress caressing. Hsr eyes.! alas! tboseoibs -were hid 'Neath her clear lingers. soft anil taper She might have wept but iCvhe 'did Long ere it (ill. the tear was vapor. Yet grief that maiden's heart had wrung And sorrow bowed her spirit's lightness Tor o'er her sky impending hung A cloud that shaded all its brightness And darkly in her troubled breast Sad thought of coming woo were waking Tcarv-tears are easily repressedT When the poor tortured heart is break...

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

r jPssrinrBirH brn s tand a-it b SStfESSX P3 n.J aim xo-i -r! Roittfiess o K fctfs. ri morse LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. !- J . FQLVI. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS -OCTOBER 28 1843. NO. 52. PUBfclSHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE. 3 TERMS: TheNoTniax Standabd ii published every Thursday at fire dollars per annum in advance six dollars at the end of fix months or seven dollars at the end ol the rear. Subscriptions lor six montn $3 in ad vane; or S3 00 at the ilniralion of tbs time. " Advertisements will be InserteJ at one dollar and a half per sqnire for the first insertion and seventy-fit e cents Tor each subsequent insertion. Eight lines or under will be considered a square. One line over a square will be con- sidered two; over sixteen lines three Ac- Yearly advertisements not exceeding oigbt lines will be inserted for $90 per annum. cp Not exceeding tvonty lines 30tter annum. .Kot "exceeding filly lines. S50 pcHinnum. Announcement of candi...

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

jj-oi--- "ip-'-'ri -?; - jeses . I '"S i liVi if"rSA Mt: ; The JJor.tkeri Btaidard. CLARKyiULEJ v VTURDAY - - - OCTOBER 28 1843. for president; " JOHN HEMPHILL or WASHINGTON. FOR YICE PRESIDENT WILLIAM E. JONES OF GONZALES- No News. We aro again without a mail from 'ic interior The communication is it seems cut F by the Cypres. From New Orleans our latest !t!es are a month old and perfectly dry of news i'herotton market which is the only item of interest '' our subscribers we extract. Wc are requested to state that Mrs. Todd in - injunction with Miss Ellis will open a -Female Se- i unary at Boston in Bowie County on the first of I'ebruary next. Every branch of female education I oth solid and ornamental will be taught. Particu- us will be stated in a future advertisement in which i'Oth ladies will give the most satisfactory refer- i nces. We hare heard something of the acquirements -.nd qualifications of thesewdies and presume the i nstitution which they are about to establish will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 October 1843

vr A '- - According to t)jeChnsSari Spectator" the contnb ulions to fortr-nine religious and charitable institu VUniPKgnd;'noumed last year to- tlieprodig- jobs sum?r.ejzoooo vPsRjbJCAt Independence. Mr. Greeley of tht Ne'iifVYork Tribune remarks w hh taste and spir it- tin. referring to some'complaints about one ol bis atticler--'it.is b great consolation to u that when- ever tht priblic shall ie tired of us as an editor we can mike .a.suijfhctory livelihood at setting type or .farming; so Uiai'tvhilc our strength lasts ten thous arid blockheadsftaking- offence at some article they did not understand could not drive us into the Poor House." LATEST" ENGLISH NEWS. "Arrival of the Caledonia Fifteen days later from England:- The news ol a short crop brought out by the Ac-adiay-gave an impetus to the. market and prices for American qualities advanced i-8d tol-4 per lb. The sle for the week ending the 1st Inst were 73130 bales viz: 62340 Ameriom 4000 Brazil 1530 Egyptian 100 West India &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 October 1843

T5?:r vss4t.Ki- j."; s X 7 - tm J l ? "i3oftrnf 1T IS MA NY U)N; YEARS.- I! V Tl U. HOWAltD. V . It 11 many long year since ve laid in the .-ailh The nrnil exquisite bVsoin that eier The r.ulc hatd of dcilh from ibestem ufils birth la the piidc tf ii- lieauty did -sver-Wc lirc tier awaywhen the ground wrs :i!l while WMi ilic fnM Mill the snow of December And owr our I'lour's-wiae a frost and n blight. Which wc never sli.'.ll cease to rememb.-r. In li.e frcsbncs ofgitl!i.od yon fair her iiufjM Tn the 'uulifil.thcr beauty and listened Tuber t. hen she sang aiij when every eye told Of her sureties and power i it glistened; '"Ili't nfte thought nf !ovcaiid uu one could believe "i'nnt wiiilc filled ones gicw up boidc her Another they aff m: taught her io deceive And crept iu'o her bran like a spider. f-hc fad nI in beai-.U. li!' mist frvn the s'y. When the morning star's lustre i filing Mil Lu'eu au'tiy. but v.-c never Knew !iy 'Till she told u her story when dj in;; ; And then. v.Un -hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 November 1843

La ItT HE R N ST A NBA RB m CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL.2 PUBLISHEtTWEEKLY BY" C. DE MORSE. TERMS: The NoKTHsur Standard U published every Thursday at ire dollar pet annumPh advance fix dollars at the end of six months or seven dollan at tbe end ol the year. ( f Subscriptions for six raontns $3 in advance or S3 50 at the miration of lb time. Advertisements will ke iaserteJ at one dollar and a half per squire tor lie first insertion and seventy-five cents Tor cadi subsequent insertion. Eight tines or under nill be considered a square. One line orer a square will be con- sidered two: over sixteen lines three &c. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight line; will be inserted for $30 per annum. Not exceeding twenty lines $30 per annum. Not exceeding fifty Uses $50 per annum. Announcement cf candidates for office S10 each. No advertisement will be go verned by the yearly rates tm- '"" ess specific contra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 November 1843

R5Suwi'VMr7i ZssG?KZ7c&rr TPgw.t"i k !r : Tie K jo"rllf ern JB tan d ard. CLARKSVILLE " SATURDAY - - - NOVEMBER 4 1843. FOR PRESIDENT JOHN HEMPHILL OF WASHINGTON. FOR VICE PRESIDENT WILLTAM E. JONES OP GONZALES. JC?" Exchequer money will be received al par for. subscription in this District. i """"" Exiohation. By a gentleman just from Ten- nessee by land we learn that several families are just behind htm moving into this district nnd that late this fall there will be a large emigration; and that by next fall the rush Irom that state to this dis- trict will be tremendous. Thehardnpss of the times overshadows the pros- pects of great numbers of people in that state and they are only waiting to wind up their affairs and sell out their property before moving to this country. From Arkansas too we learn that great numbers dissatis fjed with the sterlity of the soil except on the banks of the rivers are preparing to move in this fall. There are many in that state who originally starte...

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