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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 April 1852

j JK' '&&. - it- i. -4. - r fc. y m&sSssii ;W;- " .-- - . . . . . - --JM. -.y - IM Zk f-'T!? - " J -. I --"-J- '" " ' n.- - .- '! Tir-.r.:.:. itmrtii . i.-Ji-sST' ii '-:; Vvg&N. SAM HOUSTONNDVTHEP; IDENCpr . t "I- l....VTm.over llielnr.'r-'iisf'of dwtinii iusli " " r . . C -..T-o:t! r.i..:-.i Opruaiui.uii"! ..'rAi.irntnKrlUir SIIUCCSS' Wltll Lnll. liOUg - inuns-oiircariaiaatcilinn willi any other wo " c.Vnnot find on? miro cimroiiglily identified '.;ii.ihiiKJ'iiinViHUcinDci-acvF'hnd 'mnf e. fc- .: . v $ Democrats whose claim1- -i .nmMwaJiavcAttraflntJ public eqnsideralioti. " - (he crWvii-ilon" is strongly xcd nn my mind '-' i5.i 'wiiHii.we-taii'cw'inUnhaaihvas'uvjtn - '"" ; liable 'onVYiUtho grrhtajuesfi'm.s rifipnblie ran V "'inpjit. -I am qware thai you have adopted thb T?- wise pniirr or inaintninlngf" airtet nontrnliy- - " between Ihe- severil aspiran'.s but I donot -JV understand thrtt vaifr ricfitrnl policy- goM to -' . tlirc.ient of i!qnlns lIC fncnus..orlhe;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 May 1852

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 May 1852

m ..-- V4v5at:- i"r" .-' - ?V -..iUri? -.T;w u hat wJicnjsaiil warrants annti-Doiqcaicutaii e -JnmA "" tfv your a ti;in connecting a im m m preai.iiai pnai "'i'l i""i". "ss;.--1 "".jf""'f.-.- ji ; pCP of jp gtK:n 1i1Tr.i;- Ci-f".."w JJ ir - - - illnil "All aCI maMHS i""u ""'I'""' ti i iT'.JiltiT ? H?-. lSvSs IWn. .-" 12.10. I? :.' V l&L " wrrnniilejiml for other pnrpuscs.nflp'covcd Al7ucir227r6o2.it is provided: "1 hat all war rants 'llr tntlitaryJauniy'-.ianu .wnieii . been or mav liercnrtcr.hc issued under any la; of the UititciVStales ami airvaliil ioca- t'ioris r th Mine which have bgen or may ' !iercaftePb-iJR)o' imrhereUy declared.to-bo' V.sigKaidc" hy.deed or-intruneiit ol writing nude and-executed after the taking eflVcti of ihis'act according 10 such form and pursu- niit'io'such regulations as maybe prescribed hv the iComtiiissioncriof the GcnerarL.and Office; so" as lo vesUhe asjigneo.withall the .rlglits-of the original owners of .tho warrant ' or location. ' '."'-- "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 July 1852

THE NORTHERN STAND CHARLES DE MORSE L0NO SHALL OOR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZETHE STANDARD OF THE FREE EDITOR ii. PROPRIETOR. F VOL. 9 BrrMg BwggBffw aaaaM aeaaaw a " Mass Meeting. Vt a mass meeting of the Citizens of Limestone rd adjoining counties held in Springfield on the - i cu .iprn joo-aiunnir ineonnng icimoi.itc Hon. District Court the following proceedings ex- rressive of their sentiments mneh nc the late Pe- rcrs' Colony L aw. were hadjriz. ' ol. John Boyd was called to the Chair and J. P Jhillpott appointed Secretaiy. I fTlie object of the merlmhaving been explain- ctTupon a call; the Chairman appointed a commit ! ' onflive consisting of John Carnthers and Wm ' i toft Esq. of Navarro county Ucni. F. I.vnn.l F.sq.. of Freestone'county A. G. Gholston. Hsu I of Falls countv. and Cant. J. P. Lvnch. of Lime! .-slnnft ennntv- 10 draft smtable rpsnlnltnn: nxnrnc... ioof the sense of the meetingwho being iustruc I retired and drew up the following and pre-cn ted them for the consider...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 July 1852

k vm-L.iK.nwgf in mi's A FLOATING CIUCUS AND THEATRE. The Crystal Palace its magnitude pe cnliar construction and the wonders it contained have excited the wonder of the world but wc think that the equestro a- riuaticfleet.justconstructed.pAttly in New York and partly in Cincinnati for circus and theatrical exhibitions under by Messrs Spalding & Rogers would createequal if not greater astonishment in the Old and New World as it certainly will astonish the natives of the Ohio and Mississippi valleys. This singular fleet consists according to the description and engraving given by the Cincinnati Enquirer of the 22nd tilt. of three vessels the floating palace ol the size and strength of a "71;"' a small steamer only forty feet long and a power- ful steam tug to tow the floating colossus up and down tht Ohio and Mississippi to its various destinations for exhibition. The little steamer built in New York and now on its way to Cincinnati through the Erie and Reaver Canals and Lake E- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 July 1852

Wills heme o I rrinciIc. Thu Arkansas Whig a well conducted zealous whig Journal speaking of the laic congressional whig caucus at Was hing- ton says in an approving humor. "We learn that the utmost harmony prevailed between Mr. Seward and the Southern Whigs at the meeting.'' This is only in pari correct but just so far as it is true it is disgraceful. We would assuredly refuse confidence to any democrat who would fraternize with John P. Hale said Hale still professing his po- litical abolitionism; but it seems not hard jbr a Southern Whig or at least for some Southern Whigs to unite in brotherhood with that most iuunous abolitionist and demagogue Scwardwho is naturally des itutc of principle or self respect but shrewd managing unscrupulous and ea- ger for the rpoils; and li:u a face of biass as he hasahcart of t-tonc. Hale is much the better man of the two wiib some warmth of feeling courage and manli ness income particular.- and Ac is polit ically. a villain and thank God. the Sen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 July 1852

L jwacsr FLOGGING AN EDITOR. Same yours ngo t populous town located towards the interior nf Mississippi was in- fested by n gang of black-legs who amused themselves at limes when they could find no Imdy el-te to pluck by pre ing; upon each other. A new importation of these sporting gentry excited some alarm among the inhab- itants lost they should bo completely over- sun; they determined therefore on their ex- pulsion. A poor u retch of a country editor who was expected by virtue of his ocalion to take upon himself nil the responsibilities from which others might choose to shrink uas peremptorily called upon by his 'patrons' that is those wha payed him two dollars a ear f..r his paper and therefore presumed that they owned him body and soul to make an effort towards the extermination of the en f cmy. The unfortunate editor being gifted with about as much brains as money skull and purc both cmpty-aid at once he would indite n "flasher." one that would undoubt- edly drive the obnoxiou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 July 1852

i n i i i i i iu'wm "! iimiuiumBnEnai- - -. n . . .. .. . ' FVTI Esi V3E3 EHFiMy n CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZETUE STANDARD OT THE TREE EDITOR L. PROPRIETOR. --.i niMTTTai n "'Jlll.Tg'BKpfj;MaTBMaaa C L A It K S V I L L E VOL. 9 tBrnrT E D1T ORI AL CORRESPONDENCE. Dvllvs ArRH.5ili lS5i. De ar Sin. Court adjourning at Mclvinncy. on Friday last shortly after dinner his Honor and jourcorrcspon dent thought that they could not more profitably employ the two days and a half intervening before Denton Court than by visiting the city of the Three Foils situated upon the Trinity river belou the junction of the Elm fork with the mam strcam.and above the junction of the East fork that is to say where folks there are none jet still knnva as the place indicated by the title of the Three frk of the Trinity rivet. We journeyed on Kndav even- ing lo the place of Mr. Wm F.ireann upon the high prairies where it assumes the character of a broad plaiu;on our way seeing much b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 July 1852

1 'ViKl . Fiom the Baltimore Hun PKOCEEDINCxS OP THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION FIFTH DAY. SvruKini Juno 57 o'clock P M fine bracing inoniing after the lain and a glorious atmosphere everywhere and all things auspicious for somebody and the day big with the fate of some uirisptriiig Cxsnr. The Lupercnl is occupied Hrtitus holds the I mi el and somebody tmist accept it Tiip convention a called ( oidei soon .ficr 9 o'clock. Praver bv Rev .1 Campbell White. The reading ol the journal was dispensed vrith.N The clerk pineccded (o call the i oil. On calling Massachusetts the delegation called out to "pass." The Clcilc aniKiuuced her 13 votes for Ca-s. Loud apnlau-c 1 The error was corrected amidst great laugh iur nriu cueer. On callui'T Man land Mr. Spencer asked! leave to audics the isonvrniinn ami com plained that the spirit ot comprom.se was ' Yl.iiitinir mill mi i r'siill rnulil bo lirvmil fur so i.... r c.io ...ii...... -i ft...;- "'i ' sJi.l.S UUIll.lt' I. ...IV..UWSI y t" ...V... I nait...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 July 1852

mzvii -. 'iv '-. mmii bW laws AND ORDINANCES Pcxcdly thi Btcrdof Aldcrminfvr tht Coipeia- . . ... . teini . lourncj LlcrLsvillc m pursuance of .ill 4c e the Lcps'eturc of the Slate of Texas nrorpoiit.ng said Total Approval the 31s Jay ol January .1.7);1S5S. AkTIILI. 1st. Ot Tilt MAX OK cc I si. 15c H enacted bv the board of Alder men of llic Corporation of the Town of Ghrksvillc .hat the Mavor shall decide all tics thai may occur -n votm. and shall onl olc in siicli cases. Sec Cud. The Mair shall have power to call special meetings of the Hoard whenever in his dis- tieticii.the interest of the Corporation may'reaiinc it Sec 3rd. The Major for noiialiendauce at anj stated inceiinc of the Hoard slull be fined mo f.lars. unless be shall lender such excuse as sh ill be lcgarded satisfactory by a majority ol tbc Hoard lib. The Mayor mil be governed bv set tied parliamentary rulcsin presiding ami shall have power to punish any contempt or disorderly conduct bv fine. Sec 5th. The Mr.yor is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 July 1852

n v. ZXIBTn! I PPI'll u nim; We copy the lollowinjj from tlic Mem phis Ragle anil Enquirer ol 23d inst. for the information of the friends; of the un- fortunate vounK lady who is the subject of it. and who is unknown to us : Mei.nchoi".v Suiciue. To Mr. Charles Leonard cierk of the Emma Dean we ate indebted for the following particulars of the suicide of n. young IrKh lady one of the lady pas-enters on that boat du- ring her recent trip from Little Rock and bound for Cineinali. On Fiid.iy morning about 0 o'clock while the boat was under headway some forty miles below this ci- ty the unfortunate oung huh Miss Ma- ry Ann Br.-ullex stepped deliberately out of her room upon the guard: and jumped overboard disappearing immediately be- neath the water. She was seen by Seve- rn I persons to commit the act w ho iniine- niatelv informed the officer--. The boat was stopped the yawl lowered and mann ed and every cubit made for some time to rescue her but it was ail m vain she h.ui found what s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 July 1852

SS3 ir iiimi!rWBHw '-L i-iw imj i.tutiLLnrwaBinmm.p'Jisti f-IJ MWIWJggP LONG SHALL OUR BAHNE It BBAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE THEE EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR CHARLES DE MORSE VOL. 9 C LARKSVILLE RED U IV KR COUNTY TEXAS SATURD A V JULY 17 i sr NO. 3S r?"5Jia!CiirJtl-Ji. llihL3jy2&. i!BMirzsrz2 ifhtl t6p" a -N4 ffiv ig? sbi S!.ES3 iMzs? Mztik 23 a m&0 0 mi n Hfwpijjt IM I Ull 111 I llll WTWTTWWr"tt0ynMrm"na':':m EDIT 0 RU L C 0 RR t SP 0 N DEN C E Alton Apiiil 7lh IS5C. Yesterday morning :i rarty of four left the city of Dallas anil scon after crossing a pretty creclc uitli clear pebbly bottom whirled by ccdars.kno-vn as Turtle creek wo got upon the pra'nie and at a distance of three miles from Dallas passed over the Cedar Springs tractlong a contending locality lor the County scat of Dallas and really a most beautiful prairie site for a tinnwith splendid land around it. The settlement here is so close that it has a village look. Travelling norlhwaid we passed over some ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 July 1852

M HHsHBGhM9awRv The Ilinorr cfDcmnrncr. lopening From afar from every break and by-path Much of Iho invective of the opponents of Ue- B down every great highwayihc smaller sq.ivlron ti.c U..H Uon.t Coiirciiiioii. fpoinls in (his State and for-the last filtcenj grace more cloqcnce. Inn Ics judgement Tn tlio Arkansas Whip of the 8ih wc find thegyears; and with a proper regard to herintcr-g hc was like the hero of the Ilenmi ir ' mocracy has weight with young men jusl coming jkand the massive legions of t!u trim pa.plc.ar.3 Ifi rst t'av's proceedings of "flic Arkansas Icxas .. ""- ""' c.jiiii.uic '" " "iuur "f ll"-g true American nod a most nTnrr;vn fHnnnthnntnnpnrnctinn. !.... th. no record 8 i.: i. ct i ...:.i.i n t: ; rff :::-: v. .. ..n.!.: n:i nl most vaiuauic iraac is conccrneu irom anovc a . r .. - -.... ... I. i-i .1 . V . .1 . i ' -"-... ...-....... ..-.. u o . .... lcrparaIIcionltUudc and between the Col- Pin winch tlipr ran turn In invfi.tiaMn llie truth Orj.l :l.. ...... .1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 July 1852

were justified by the laws of titan fertile deed J -In the rbaiactcr of General Scott tl.crc is .WT 1) fiiL'llll A" 1A ho committed (which is not probable) wc J much very much to commend and admire. But J TT . I . jVlvIiiSvIl w vV. then felt that wc would not be the bearer olijthc mischief is there is weakness in all he says or ' liiihicu's conscience tho remainder ot our natural life for all the blessings this world could bestow. The St. Chailcshns since conic up and wc learn by her clcik that Cnpt. Fuckctt and his son arc in a critical condition the Jailer's' skull having been fractured. Robicu w recover the ball bavin" ranjicd above the vital parts. Caddo Gazelle docs about the presidency? Immediately after the close of the campaign of IS 10 ho wrote a gratui tous letter making lumscll a candidate in which. all sorts of unwise things were said io 'return and plague his friends if lie should he a candidate. And since that time with a fatuity that ccizcs upon ;mcn. who get bewilder...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 July 1852

FroiH Petersen's .Wagcsine. I K3TOW IT. bv e. w newer.. At sover.lcon years of ase I was more of a inaritlian I have ever been' since. 1 wore a Iniigitnil-cnnt mid boots. (lo which the nppur Icnniiro of spurs was generally aiidcil) a inus lachc "vas quite visihle to my upper lip and a consciousness of ripe maturity never lelt my mintl. I was studying for th legal profes- sion hut at the time of which 1 write was spending my vacation at my father's house in the country. t Though so manly almost soldier- likeas I fancied in my nppearanco my inner was hy no means as .-.tr.in as mv outer man. I loved my mother with a childish tenderness and sooner than pain her pious heait I unmtir- muringly accompanied her every Sunday to the ullage church to listen to long sermons of which I could not hear a word for the ti emulous accents of the very ngc.d minister who conducted the sen ices were so faint as to he inaudible where we sat. Though inci ted Iy love and duty to subject myself to this wmk ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 July 1852

ARD. CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL ODE BANNEH BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 9 CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY JULY i( 1 S 5 2 NO. 39 THE NORTHERN & LETTER FROM NEW YORK. Correspondence of the Delhi.' New York Tuesday evening June 20. EJitort Delta In my letter of yesterday. I ft fated that many of our principal streets are bar ricaded with the rains of buildings some of which were erected but a few years ago at great expense but are now razed to the ground to give nl lee to more costly structures. I understand there are being torn down in this city at the present tinie one thousand houses; and it seems to me the people here are going wild in their inodsmizins extravagance. When a man ap pears so reckless as to destroy a building which but a short time since cost so main thousands of dollars to erect another in its place at an ex pense of 120000 simply to carry on the con fcctionary business the sale of ice-creams ive &c &a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 July 1852

itJ"-: vkju 7iisiLLjxjBgip t uili. oers hail been anticipated by Captain Eusigu ami his gallant crew and iasseiigers who had nut only taken all off the boat who could bo re- moved all in fact but the unfortunate cabin- boy referred to but had also sent out their 1 oa ts and rescued inauy who were struggling and shrickiug.in the waves. "The lo'js by this explosion is a serious a hcart-rcudiug one. "The second clerk 3Ir. Chas. lleynoldsto whom we are indebted for most of the particulars says" that not one-half the pas: f-engcrs were entered on the llegister. lie esti- mates the actual number of killed as nut over twenty but we think the estimate must be too small. Among the victims in our venerable fellowKiitizen Judge .Preston f the Supreme Court of Louisiana who had gone over IheLilcc to take an airing lie was seen to retire to rest -nnU'iniinedialcly after the explosion oi-currcil the place where he had been lying was observed -: to liavc been shattered to pieces and he was no wher...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 July 1852

b'lblo rate considering the extent ol population troni which it can bo especial to derive support. . Three newspapers in Eastern Texas which have tried publishing at Two dollars a year" in adtance have given it up. The Huntsvillc Banner wis the first and went out of existence. The Tyler Tel. egraphand the Bepublican.at Marshall have rais- ed the-pricu to two dollars and fifty cents.at which price we have put tho Standard. This is too low to make any thing except by a largo list of siils- seribcrs. AVe reduced our price with a view to ascertain what increase could be obtained by it. Our list has increased some hundreds within a few weeks though not enough to givo us any addition- profit or much more than compensate us for tho S upon the old list by reduction. As wo prc- siune however that tho increase will continue we hope to profit by tho cxpcrimcntnnd shall con- tinue the publication at $ 250 in advance Three dollars at the end of six months or $'!50 at the end of the year; always ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 July 1852

Great Gathering of the Democracy Letter from Gen. J'iercc on the Compromise SjKccJics ly Gen. Cass Gen. Houston Gen. Lane and Judge Douglass. Washington June l10r. si. Agreeable to a call of the Jackson Democratic Association a va-t multitude of persons assembled in front of the City Hall this ccning to ratify the Bal- timore Democratic nominations. The platform vva- decorated with tran-paion-cie" and national flag-; and before the opening of the meeting signal rockets vverefited. A fine band of nni-ic was also in attendance to iai exercises of the occasion. The Troident J. D. Hoover K-... of the Democratic J.ickon Association culled the meet- ing to order at lmlf-pa-t 8 o'clock when Gener- al Robert Ann-trong was t-elccteii as l're-itieiit of the meeting Mipporied by about thirty Vice Presidents among whom were Thoni.i- llitcliie and Amos Kendall K-q and there were a half a dozen Secretaries-. Gen. Armstrong briefly e-qircssed hi- thank- to the meeting for the honor of Wing called ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 31 July 1852

ORTHE -&-. CHARLES DE MORSE LONG- SHAtL OUR BATTNEH BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. CLARKSVTLLE RED ItlVEIt COUNTY TEX A S S A T U It D A Y JULY 31 18 NO. 40. THE RN K I'GIES O.v Tin: uri: Axi-CiiAi vtrrator Henry Clay. "niied States Juuc 30 llov. C. M. Butler iiecn road Mr. Under- fii the Semite of the 165- Sexatk Prav i The journal having wood ro-e and said: Mr. President I r" to announce the death of my colleague. Mr. Clay. He died at his lod- gings in the Xatio.i i1 Hotel of this city at sev- enteen inmate-p--t . liven o'clock yesterday morning in the -.-ii'y-sixth ycir of his age. lie expiie.l with p -.-ie t composure and without a griun or strugj By hi- det! iii' intry has lo-t one of it :a-t eminent i'.. -i - and statesmen and 1 th" ik its .;reat. - g. i. is. 1 .-hall t detiin th Swat- hy i i 'i' i ' the trail-actions of his lon-'anl i-!u' 'i His di-tingiii-hed servi- ces as a juv-mi:i . ' inseparably cuinected with the hi-: ry of ...

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