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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 February 1844

mrmmM' 3ffisr' wsv-K vv. le tiuci'uu.u convey aiice designed to excite the expectations ofv the credulous and disappoint the hopes of all. There is very little regularity in the receipt of several of our United States Exchanges while others and some of those the most distant scarcely ever fail. The Georgia OonstiunioTia list the Picayune and two or thrre Arkansas papers scarcely ever fail to come while the Tropic from the same place with the Picayune comes very irregularly and a large number of others which make up our list ol foreign exchanges glimmer Aupon our vision now and then just often enough lo let us know that they have not finally discontinued their visits Nile's National Register whith is one of the oldest and most valuable of our exchanges we had not received a number of for three months prior to this week. When we got two ble to keep up with his companions different- ly from the account given by Mr. Kendall and makes out a case of justification of the murder and charges...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 February 1844

PK-; -siT V w ' I - X . V N - r GARDEN SEEDS. - AN assorted supply warranted to be of the growth of 1843 ior sale by 11-U W .1 M. HARRISON. JUST received and for sale in lots to suit pur- chasers. 14 barrels Whiskey; 15 barrels Green Apples; 50 pieces Bagging; 35 coils Rope. 1 am now prepared to make advances on Cotton placed m my hands lor shipment Dec. 9 1843. 6-tf JAS. THOS. LEE. MOaEY MARKET N. ORLEANS Jan. 13 1S43. TREASURY NOTES. United States First Municipality -Second Municipality Third Municipality - BANK NOTES NEW ORLEANS Bank of Louisiana - Gas Light - Mechanics and Traders - City --- - Union - Carrollton - State - Canal - Consolidated Citizens - Commercial - Atchahilafa Exchange - Improvement Tennessee - - Arkansas. - Indiana State Bank - Cincinnati - Kentucky - Illinois State Bank Bank of Orleans - Alabama - JShawneetown to 1-2 dis. - 1 to 2 dis. to par. - 42 to 43 do. :s. par - par " . par - par par - par par - pa i 32 to 31 dis. 36 to 39 do. 2 to 4 do. 65 to 70 io. 52...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 February 1844

NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. PROPRIETOR VOL. 2. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS FEBRUARY 17 1844. NO. 14. EDITED AJNU PUBLISHED CHARLES DE MORSE. TERMS: The Northern Standard is published every Saturday at three dollars and fifty cents per an- num in advance four dollars at the end of six months orfivedollars at the end of the year. Subscriptions lor six months $2 in advance or S2 50atthe expiration of the time. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and a half per square for the first insertion and seventy-five cent3 for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or under will be considered a square. One line over a square will be considered two; over twenty lines three &c Yearly advertisements not exceeding ten lines will be inserted for $20 per annum. Not exceeding twenty lines $25 per annum. Not exceeding sixty lines $50 per annum. Announcement of candidates for office $10 each. No advertisement will be governed by the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 February 1844

. .. -r 9 v a. woi.a.y uuVauiagc aid uotin the slightest degree as superseding or derogating from theshigher office and sarer and stronger pan- oply of religious principles but "as a taste an instrument and a mode of pleasurable grat- ification: Give a tman this taste and the means of gratifying it" and you can hardly fail of making a happy man unless indeed you put in his hands a most perverse selec- tion of books. You place him in contact with'the best society in every period of his- tory with the wisest the wittiest with the tenderest the bravest and the purest charac- ters who have adorned humanity. You make him a denizen of all nations a con- temporary of all ages. The world has been created for him. It is hardly possible but ilie character should take a hiorher and bet- ter tone from the constant habit of associat- ing in thought with a class of thinkers to say the least of it above the average of hu- manity. It is morally impossible but that th'e manners should take a tine of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 February 1844

Nacogdoch's 2.543 10.- Red River Refugio Rusk. Robertson 1125 54 Sabine 975 77 San Augustine San Patricio Shelby 1090 04 Travis.. Victoria Washington 2641 10 S37 02 3209 24 4 806 87 860 25 265 29 10 29 31 620 10 1679 93 469 90 WASHINGTON CORRESPONDEiNCE 1 Q AO O. 49;S97 93 14067 43 r tfrt ooz a 07 From the Vindicator of January 13th in answer to an article in the Floridian. "Now Judge Hemphill has not the honor Ar hailing from Florida but had the misfor- Wune (we presume in the estimation of the editor) of being1 born raised and educated in the great State of South Carolina distin- guished for the liberality chivalry and noble daring of her citizens as well as their gen- ius intellect and fine taste. We would also inform the editor as he seems miserably ig- norant on the subject that Chief Justice Hemphill is every way worthy of the great Stnte that he claims as his birth place. That in character chivalry intellect honor and legal learning he is just the man that South Carolina may ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 February 1844

a'iMT1TT'T1J"1'' '"" 'aT' J J -Advertisement -The following clegan advertisement is said to hare been posted up on a steam boat running- on Lake George. The placard hung immediatclv over the 'snaicks. "bocks" containing the A RATTLE SNAICK TOO BEE SHODE. Thee histry off thiss snaick is as follors hce was ketched on tung mounlang buy a poore man with a large fammel ybeing sicks yer uld and verry wenumous ho is now in a bocks and cam hirt no beddy which is mutch better than too bee runnin wilde cause hee dont want too eat nothun. Admittance is sckspents for them what yileeso too pay it and thrippents for them what dont a libberall reduckshun for famme- lees for more partickelars pleese too cawl on. Old dick. T. N. Take notiss it was thee poor man and not the snaick that had thee large iammeelv. 5"We are authorized to announce Col. 1). H MARTIN as a candidate for Brigadier General of the Fourth Brigade Texas Militia. 14-tf NOTICE THIS. i LL persons who have notes calling for Cotton -Tj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 February 1844

NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. PROPRIETOR CLARKSVILLE TEXAS FEBRUARY 24 1844 'VOL. 2. NO. 15. nn-jxmiu-ii EDITED Aiu t U JJLAS 11 ED BY CHARLES DE MORSE. TERMS: The Northern Stanoaud is published every Saturday at three dollars and fifty cents per an- num in advance four dollars at the end of six months or five dollars at the end ol the year. Subscriptions lor six months 2 in ad vanes or -S3 50 at the expiration of the time. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and a half per square for the first insertion and seventy-five cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or under will be considered a square. One line over a square will be considered two; over twenty lines three &c Yearly advertisements not exceeding ten lines will be inserted for $20 per annum. Not exceeding twpnty lines ;25 per annum. Not exceeding sixty lines $50 per annum. Announcement of candidates for o dice $10 each. No advertisemen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 February 1844

'! i ' 'i i1 1 iftiin iiimi i i i i Hi in- i 'jiii"".-whu'.'..';ii ai.nt n'J Lm nuv.'y ' ii" ' ltju-jjjuljoi - 3' Ijffi c ftN o fi li;e r u jfct a iita nl . -CLARKSVILLE " " SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24 1844. 'FOR PRESIDENT. ED. BURLESON. FOR VICE PRESIDENT K. L. ANDERSON. 35 Exchequer billseceived at par for subscrip- tions in this District. The Next Presidency. We have re- ceived per favor of the Hon. Wm. H Bour- land a letter from Judge Hemphill in which ho informs us that ill health long protracted .& enervating in Us character would prevent his considering the propriety oi becoming a candidate for the next Presidency that he had been forced to the conclusion that the re- establishment of his health might be remote and that in his opinion it was due to the coun- ry toadvancerno pretensions to an office the mportant and laborious duties of wh:ch. if obtained could not without a change of health be adequately and satisfactorily discharged. We regret that we are not at liberty lo pub- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 February 1844

.?.. v - lives lo Congress an: impertinent assump lions we presumn. Probably ihey interfered with the schemes of the dictatorship. It does not appear that objections are made to their intelligence or to their private character but their political bias is the damning blot upon their souls. It is but a few months since the Editor of the Vindicator in publish- ing a prospeiitus. found it necessary to excuse the. asperity of his editorials which had at- tracted general disapprobation by referring to the attacks of his cotempsraries. There is a much better excuse fornliis new evidence of innate vulgarity and blackguardism and it is this the Hon. Congress thought prop- er to appoint Cruger & Moore printers of the faws passed by the Eighth Congress and the maw of the expectant patriot being defrauded of its usual feed his stomach sick- ened and thiew up the putridity with which our leaders have doubtless been sufficiently distrusted. It is wonderful what a substantial sentiment the pat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 February 1844

5SWe are authorized to annouiice-i Col. B. II. MARTIN as a candidate for Bjisradier General of the Fourth Brigade Texas Militia. 44-1 f NOTICE. The undersigned would just say to those indent- ed to him on account of 1S43 that the busi- ness Season has Jar advanced that the indulgent touise heretofore practiced will be carefully avoid- ed. JAS. THOS. LEE. Clarksville 22d Feb. 1 644. 15 tf. ?tr DISSOLUTION. jf rphe Copartnership heretofore existing un--- der the firm of J. Shelton & Co. is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All persons indebted to the concern are hereby requested to come forward and settle the same without delay as longer indulgence iviil not be given. Those having demands against the firm will present the same lor pay- ment to Geo. F. Lawto.v who is legally authorised to settle the business of the con- cern. J. SHELTON. DOAK& TIMS. Cl;irksv:!lfi. Jan. 2Sth 1844. 15 tf A LL NOTICE THIS persons having notes outcalling for Cot ton lo uo delivered at Jdmes'.La...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 March 1844

is.. r-rn"-1 I - z- w JWC3AH" ? -3MC ; v r WW.Jt'l .jC . 'rniaiMiHrt' - - NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. DE. NIORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 2. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS MARCH 2 1844. NO. 16. EDITED A"JN b PUBLISHED BY CHARLES DE MORSE. TERMS: The Northern Standard is published every Saturday at three dollars and fifty cents per an- num in advance four dollars at the end of six months or five dollars at the end oi the year. t-ue Subscriptions lor six raontns $2 in advance or ' S- 50 at the expiration of the time. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and a half per square for the first insertion aiid seventy-five cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or under will be considered a square. One line over a square will be considered two; over twenty lines three &c. Yearly advertisements not exceeding ten lines will be inserted for $20 per annum. Not exceeding twenty lines $25 per annum. Not exceeding sixty lines $50 per ann...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 March 1844

s V V T- .. Uockegaid 10 Judge Liibson "well Judge; sav lo'my friends that I died with grace." The JuoVe. much affected at this v a' last sad partingvwas unable to restrain the tears that gathered fast within his eyes the Major.re marked "they only rob me out of 40 years." and then sat down and wrote a sensible and dignified ' letter of remonstrance to Gen. Waddy Thompson the U. S. minister in Mexico. Poor Henry Whalling one of Cameron's best fighters as he drew his black bean said "well d n them they don't make much off 01 me no how for I know I have killed 25 c: them7' then demanded his dinner in a firm tone and said that they should not cheat .im out of that. He ate Heartily and in 20 minutes was launched into eternity. The Mexicans said this man had the biggest heart of any man they ever saw. They shot him 15 times before he expired. Poor Torry quite a youth but in spirit a giant said that "he was perfectly willing to meet his fate." That for the glory of his country he had foug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 March 1844

Hiay'siuon uscem! to the forks of the river should business make it-desirable to do' so I will merely observe here that the raft is. not 30 extensive as it has heretofore 'been-represented and I have: no doubt' that two thousand dollars judiciously expendended would re; move the entire obstruction. The raft is cer- tainly within he Colony limits and by land distant from Dallas not more than 10 miles. Dallas is destined to be an important point and its intelligent and hospitable owner will doubtless be largely benefited by the good judgement evinced in making his location. In the foregoing; I have condenspd my no- ice of our journey and the result in as few words as possible Lam aware that I give but little if any deffinate. information. I slate merely the fact that we visited and made the examination the judgement we formed and )lhe course of action taken upon that judge- ment the .experiment will demonstrate its correctness or fallacy and that experiment will soon be tried. Having ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 March 1844

! JfcASHClRW VA-" . ra jU. nut; - SCCESSl6ff OF M. DILLARD DEC. v ' 'Prvtiate CourtRed River County. ' v THEiuride'rsigned was duly appointed adminis- JtratorioflheTestate of MalhevR Jillard deceav- edA atthe February terra of this court 1844. This is iherefofe to notify all persons having claims against a?'d'es!ateto nresentthem within the' time prescrib- ed by lat (i months or thev will be barred and all-persons indebted to said estate will make imme- diate payment. L. D. BRYANT adm'r. March 1 .1844 -1 6-61 eU M. Dillard dee'd. . 83 DISSOLUTION. g 'T'hp Conartnnrship herptoFore existing un -- der'the firm of J Shelton & Co.. i this day'dissolvred bv mutual conspnt. All persons mdftbtpd to the concern are hereby requested to come forward and settle the same without delay as longer indulgence will not be given. Those having demands againstfiie firm will present the same for pay- ment to Heo. F. Lawton. who is legally authorised to settle the business of thp con- cern. J. SHKLTON...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 March 1844

ft ' & MX) II TH BitjEflF A JNT) AHKi j mi iatBamam2BOBDmmmmmaammxammMre-iv .. ; . ' LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAYE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE i I PROPRIETOR. I Pf fer tjjjJ -yvA.yo4fr t-v 1 V3Er2.ns ' -d H- TEXAS MARCH 9 1844. i .. . ji Uj AJtiiLS V JfUVLiiii i NO. 17. i Vd I T E D A W o PUBLISHED BY rr CHARLES DE MORSE. ' ' '. TERMS: c ajjJ Northern Standard is 'publkhed every Saturday at three dollars and flfty cents per an num; in .advance four dollars at thd end of six "Wth's" or five dollars at the end oi the year. '. Subscrip.ions lor.six montiis $2 in advance or S2 50 at tne ex ira'.ion of the time. v" Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar f and a half per square for the first insertion and 'seventy-five cents for eich subsequent insertion. Ten lines or under will be considered 'a 2-qanre. Onc line over a squaie will be considered two; over twenty lines three &c. Yearly advertisements not exceeding ten lines will be inserted for $20 per annum. Not excee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 March 1844

im urzKfdL ' wherisreieSiom higuncomfprtaloie I knovledge thatfhe is wholly incompetent' fo? situation. t & sr AsgojiUs nevys.6F.lhe accident Teached the citytbe ferry boat Iceland was despatch- ed'to the pTace'and took from the wreck up wards of tOO passengers. Since the above was in type we are infor- med that many bodies have been found sup- posed to have been frozen to dfoth alter reach- infr the shore A number of the naftfenaers were brought to the city to enable them to The EJitor is a Northern man and expects procure clothing having lost every thine by to be as long as he lives. The editor is very the station; yet they flatter1 themselves that he can form a strong Government out of the materials of the party. Major May field Dr. (Jhalmers Judge Webb and Major De Morse are spoken of for his Cabinet. The Standard will not go for the western man be.cavse-hs editor is a western man ihis most dreadful calamity. A gentleman from Virginia lost about thir- ty s'aves. The Good OF ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 March 1844

J y cjjcagyyi . !- lft' .- B'ft. smkSk- j vCT i -iratg rnaarwKaonTjmi nifcVMw ""fc-iMiK.. .-warL3a-. """ and s'ense and caii'tommandhe best ser--vices ofthe .most competent men of the coun- tryj'&hai filled various civil stations with cred- it to himself and benefit to the country. These are our reasons let no man express jaolwesfdr us and then judge us by their ex- 1 essions- We shall not submiUo any j ud g. raent upon such a trial. - . ; : - CTiE Collection of the Tariff. 'We ure glad to see such arrarticle as the following from the Harrison Times of Feb. 15th in a.Harrisqn county paper. It ex presses what others have said and thought throughout other sections of the country and it shows what tve have long ago asserted that some at least in that section of country are ash.amud of the course that has been pursued. We do not see how it could he oth- erwise for honest and right thinking peo- ple must see that those who have paid their dues to the Government1 have been taxed to ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 March 1844

V SUCCESS lON0FMDi5lrARG DEC. Probate Courts "Red River County. TTtHE.undersigned was duly appointed 'adminis- JL "trafo'r of the estate of Ma hew' Dillnrd decea-"-rd -jit1 the February term of this court 1844. This is ihereVo're to notify all persons having claims against Nttd.' estate to present ihem within 'lie tune prescrib- ed by lav (1. months) or Ihey will be barred and all 'persons indebted to said estate will make imme- diate .payment: L. D. BRYANT adrn'r. March 1 1814 l6-6t eit. M. Dillard dee'd. ITT DISSOLUTION. rPhe Coparlncrship heretofore existing un-'- tier the firm of J Shelton & Co. is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Al! persons indebted to the concern arc hereb' requested to come forward and settle tbe sajpe without delay as longer indulgence will not bo given. Those having dgin.in-is against the firm will present the same for pay mrint to Cteo. F. Lawton. who is legally authorised to settle the business of the con- cern. ' J. SHELTON. DOAK& TIMS. --S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 March 1844

r-Z2dCXl0fl3yA4FZ?Ttt -'jvstvpvwfctxjayi n MMO'iiiiiW iwavf; CHAS. Dt MORSE VOL. 2. LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. . PROPRIETOR. & - CLARKS.VILLE TEXAS MAhCH 16 1844. NO. 18. W "jH-tSWWW-! - - 'MT vc - jr - ;. j .-r . - ..- i i I - ' . EDITED Aw j'UbLISHED.BI' CHARLES DE MORSE. TERMS: The Northkr.v Sta.vd.vud is published erery Saturday .t three' dollars and fifty cents per an nura in adva .ce four duliais at the end of six months or fivedollars .a the end ol the year. Subcrip.io:is lor a.x mjnuis $2 in advance or $2 50atmeex iraiionof iha time. Advertisement will be inserted at one dollar and i half per square for the first insertion and seventy-five cents lor e :ch subsequent insertion. Ten liues or utuLr will be considered a square. One hue over a sqna e will be considered two; oTer i went lines three &c Yearly advertisements not exceeding ten lines will be inserted for $-20 per annum. Not exceeding twenty liue 25 per annum. Not exceeding...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 March 1844

ry -Wi tiofl Uyuixjw'iT.l'liti gtfaTftrought is i acf " When he.jpomJwres his intfessanLijIaborsjind familwr acqualnWicwith'hhe affairs ofiihi Governmrnt with those-Nof- theppresenta- rives of the; people he is irresistibly drawn to the conclusion that his opportunities for forming correct Opinions arp at least qua I to those who are occasionally engaged in the business -of- legislation and then return to their-vanous-a vocations without an oppor- tunity..of.Jtnqwing wjint may..in..the mean- timo transpire in 'he correspondence of ihe Government awl in its various relations ei- ther f reign or j domestic. The Executive is proud to aver that he has always cherished the most a;deni desire! to uni'e in .niymg to the repres5ntaiives of but dishonor the people all the respect to which the.v are r entitled as s'Jch it has n I ways been a mat- ter of rert vith him that any diversity of opinion si oulJ exist when a co-oppration in sentiment and action woul.l he ptom tive of the public good ...

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