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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 March 1844

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 March 1844

1 i oar "" JT- r k t"" S aS"5UW gfV . X Tit. n SUCCESSION OF M DILL ARD DEC V Probate Court-Red River County. THE undersigned was? duty appDiuted admiuis- tratoroftl.e estate of Alaihew'Dillard deceav. ed at the February term oY this court 1844. This is therefore to notify all persons having claims against said estate tonresentihein within the time pi escrib- ed bj' law (13 months) i they will be barred .md all persons indebted to said estate villm..ke i in me- diate payment. L. U BRYANT adm'r. March 1 1844 16-6t et. AI. Dil.ard dee'd. 2CT DISSOLUTION. g Phe Copaitnorship hrrKofore existing un--- der the firm of J Siielton & Co. is this da dissolved by mutual consent. All p-Tsons ndt'bted to th- concern are hereby if quested to come forward a d settle the same without delay ns longer indulgence will not be iiiven. Those bavin j d. minds against the firm will present the same lor pay- ment to eo. F. Lawtos. who is legally authorised to settle the business of the con- ctrn. J SH E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 March 1844

-"7 SflMtTHJBBN T i . STAKBATRU; - -i-rrr-- CHAS. DE. MORSE l LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. PROPRIETOR n CLARKSVILLE TEXAS MARCH 20 1844. NO. 19. VOL.2. " .-. -- - . b EDITE.D AND 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 oj the year. Subscriptions lor six montns $2 in advance or S2 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 b'elnserted for 29 per annum. . Not exceeding twenty lines 25 per annum. Not exceeding sixty lines 50 per annum. Announcement of candidates for offi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 March 1844

isrt- "' ' " i . - --- "V IC .. at ijHti te waaiettected in?silence. r EB f-r .-iv-ir moving rcau- 4 7 a After tiouslv far considerable distance inline 'dark shaclQWjjhe party atiengthtvjnturea1.. witbjn the broad circle of the light which at first at- tracted their attention Harmon was at their head'jvith an .eye and hand as quick as those of the savage enemy whom he sought. The body of a fallen tree lay across the path. As the Rangers were on the -point of leaping over it the hoarse whisper o Har- mon again broke the silence. 'See here" he exclaimed pointing to the tree; "its'sthe work of the red skins.3' Smothered wrath glowed on the lips of the'Rangers as they bent grimly for word in the direction pointed out by their commander. Blood was spilt pn the rank grass and a hu- man hand the hand of a white man lay upon the bloody log. There was not a word spoken but every countenance worked with terrible emotion. Had the rangers followed their own desperate inclination they would have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 March 1844

P3& $ m - -hirmrra' missiugu front from the lovyerjaw height aoout nve icet two incnes. ol a tnicic neavy build. V giv(e his description as near as we'couldVs'certain'ittfriistirig natit may lead to the discoverylof his name and location. La Giange InlclVis enter.. A patty of Indians visited Washington a fevv days since and held a talk with the Pre- sident. .The chiefs of the Keachiesf Wacoes and a few other tribes were among them. They complained bitterly of their poverty and begged mos importunately for a quanti- ty of blankets and implementsof husbandry as they wished to plant corn. None of the chiefs of the Comanch-is were with them: but they sent an aged squaw who accompanied these chiefs to Washington and stated that her people wished to- know "the disposition of our government" and whether the Texian commissioner would meet the Commanche chiefs in council Tel. The Legislature of South Carolina adjour- ned on the 16th inst. after a session of only twenty days. The resoluti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 March 1844

- a.' -Vi t V-r-l axsrjrtmxnXMTrrra r vci- T FWJfx1m2r c" &; . - N "STfosVbif iicADEta for 'Females BOWIE COUNTY. PERSONS interested in this institution .are re- spectfully; iafonned'that it aviI commence- in- struction" sortie time in "the month of March ensu ing. DuelDotic'e will be given of'theicourse of in- struction the terms and the precise date of com- mencement ' - j January 31 1844. J&-4t SUCCESSION OF SAM-. K. BLYTHE. THE undersigned having been appointed by the Probate Gpurt of Bowie County. Republic of Texas atthe December term 1843 Administrator with the Will annexed on the Estate of Sam'l K. Blythe deceased hereby notifies all persons indebt- ed to said Estate to make payment ; and those having claims against the same are notified to present them according to law (within 12 months) or they will be forever barred. JOHN W. WEVER Adm'r With the Wtll annexed. January 1 1814. 12-6t SUCCESSION OF S. P. HUGHES. WHEREAS I have been" this day appointed by the;Probate Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 March 1844

t ' . ' C HIIMU CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER-BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. PROPRIETOR I Vol. 2. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS MARCH 27 1844. NO. 20. EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY -CHARLES DE MORSE. " t TERMS: - The Northern Standard is published every "Saturday Jt thice dollars and fifty cents per an- num in advance four dollars at" the end of six tinonths orfivsdollars at the End ol the year. Subscriptions lor .six monins $2 in advance or " $2 50attiie expiration of the time. Atlver:isenienls will be inserted at one dollar 'and a half per square for the first insertion and ssventy-five cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten lined or under will be considered a square. One line orer a square will be considered two; over twenty ims3 three &c. Yearly advertisements not exceeding ton lines - "will be inserted for $20 per annum. Not exceeding twenty lines 25 per annum. Not exceeuins sixty lines &30 per.aiinura.. "Announcement of candidates for office $10 each.J No advertisem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 March 1844

J v irymiSCocbme dt$clamstic?ouches4 otfde trdmitieled uncwnpromitted s far. JsPJW-B"olHlV i"P vieja-;fgr cemrour support ot Judge Lipscomb 'brdmUdlde science ob CMe 5ii dat fcll.j Vice pon de honor eh a gemmanl dat's ebery spec bb my obfence!" h? Crhe-fqpryas'satisfiictory. The African Oie Bull was admonished to go into the bouse and the watchman went on his way. - ji i . The Good -! OF THE .Republic The Rights of THE People. 'IMie Northern Standard. T . id CLARKSVILLE WEDNESDAY MARCH -f 1844. FOR PRESIDENT :ED. BURLESON. .st I r FOR VICE PRESIDENT a.K.L. ANDERSON. .-fjp. Exchequer bil!sci :ived at par for subscrip- 'fions in this District -. i fj' Cash will be paid at this office for tallow. fT'Our readers will frnd an advertisement in art. his number of Dry Goods at auction. v The Harrison Times Our editorial ii.'-. i tiu ' rieighber of the Harrison Times is a gentle- Q man; and a wt withal. as his article 01 :ri .March; 14th plainly v evinces. It is several "gratles' above the W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 March 1844

jct e r -or Sfccieiaiy ofState?froro ngfriew contracts. Itiippears thaUaft i bill re pealing & laws authorizing tracts of colonization to be made by "In xecutive had passed both Houses of Cdss been vetted by the PressJeo' and thl oassed over the veto in the House. o presenta- tiyes and while the question onjveto was still pending in the Senate thistract was hastily drawn up and signed A and de- livered to Gen. Mercer"" beforej bi'llwas passed over the veto in the Se! If it had been deferred a few hojjpn-jer it wou'd have been void owing te passage oi trie bill over the veto prdiing the President from making any her con- tracts for the introduction of Coils. We understand that Gen. Mercer's ample means and is determined to calinto full 0 effect the conditions of the cart. He has gone to the United Stales hiake the necessary arrangements to engagnigranis to remove with ail posssble diarh to the . Colony; and we may expect ji in 'the course of a few months at least t hundred famili...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 March 1844

wjtjr-'fm?zr-k-'-7ti "zaajed at tis Qffiqe. irmnedialelyO$ lions' advertising or Job Priatins: will' be J T ' i i . - - . . i - 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 inake advances on Cotton placed in my hands ibrskipment. ( ; fiec. 9; 1843. 6-lf JAS. HOS. LEE. ACADEMY FOR -FEMALES AT BOSTON BOWIE COUNTY. ' I PERSONS interested' fn this institution are re- " spectfully inlbrmed that -if wil commence in- struction Mme time in the monthfof March ensu- ing. Due; notice will be given of the course of in- struction the terms and iha precise date of coni- inencement. January 31 1841. 12-4t SUCCESSION OF SAM K. BLYTHE. THE undersigned havingbeen appointed by the Probate Court of Bowie' County. Republic of Texas at the December term 1843 Administrator with the-Will annexed on the Estatefof Sam'l K. Blythe deceased hereby notifies all persons indebt- ed to said Estate to make...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 April 1844

m 8.iTw4ii-yWtl'i -R'W'i- - vf.r' .- .. ' is -n'ig'ryv'wiiw'igj k .- - . ? '.d . ' - f . i . CHAS. OE MORSE. LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. PROPRIETOR- VOL. 2. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS APRIL 3 1844. NO. 21 -WsW&lliWWfcl)lSJ? .. i t i it ! T W ' ' 'k Tw H'v- ' S ''fli V " 9' B ' TL.'" T MM. k. taMk. MAMMMflif WW VMMMMBM aMfrB. 4BB MH i . STANDARD rri ; i m lii re r b l. JIL J H.flB JHLi ktw . D IT E 1 A JN o e VB LISHED B Y 1 Buckeye the former bound down f.om CHARLES DE MORSE. TERMS: The Northerk Standard is published every Saturday at three dollars and afty cents per an- num in advance four dollars at the end of six months or fivedollars at the end ol the year. . Subscrip.ions lor sir raontns $;2 in advance 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 op under will be considered a square. One line over...

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

J&Xt "TT j " T - t j i . r- JLv - - r ""- ' A ri ? B The Good OF THE Republic. - Jn The Rights OF THE I People. y Hie Northern Standard; CLARKSVILLE WEDNESDAY. 'APRILS : 1844. J3 Exchequer bil'.sriived al par for subscrip- tions in this District. Kr Cash will bo paid at this office lor tallow.' satisfactory character of the resfli. We be- Oua Future Coupsk )ur leaders will perceive a change in the head of our editorial columns. TiV Standard will in 'future lake no part in ihr contests ol aspi lieve it tube gross error. the suppo'sit'oo that rants for office and the editor reserving to this sort of pandering To debused apprim-s is himself the right to express himself upon all necessary to ihe'suceessful ptosecu'iinn of the great qui stions which may" arise and claim (.riio: i. I profession Andthm again we do nothingness of political controversies and gives-upto-the daily contest about daily oc- eurr'ences of no intrinsic impbrjancein-wRich principle has no part or interest abilit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 April 1844

w c C klowa or knocked off and the buttons of his M'ftoni; ur hlarfiftfiBfvviseinjjited44 Mr..iStrickIanLof Philadelphia Vks!;not atalHcjJured and instantlj recovered his po itton.. .. li : " i . ' "5 i - Miss Woodbury npd Miss Cooper who in company of Captain Tleed of tho Army amLMf. .Welles of Philadelphia had been standing on a Iecvatd gun were not hurt;'! but Miss Woodbury .(ihe beautiful and ac- complished daughter of the Senator from New Hamp-hire) had her whole fuccspriri Iclod with blood which however I anv glad to gay was not her own. Such was the inrce uf the- explosion that the starboard and la i board bulwarks were litcral'y shatU'red. and .that the purl of thr gun t descubi-d was hlown into twenty or thirty jpitas -besides the two principal suc- tions -. ' Judire Wilkins was'onlv savfd bv a wit--ticism of his. He had takn his stand bv the side o( Gov. Gilmer but some remarks .falling from-the lips of the'latter. and peceiv- inq that the gun was about lo be rued ex- clai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 April 1844

w ( ' r-.ff.v- . ' " V U W1 -ff'.Ji? f "tlf- 1 1 anted vat this Office. TmmediatelvTvIDQ pounds' of .Tallow) W which subscript npnsj .advertising or Joojtj noting win- pe given.; u -. i JpXJST received and for sate in lots to suit pur- I chasers. 14 barrels Whiskey; 15 barrel's Green Apples; 50 pieces Bagging; 35 coils Rope. ! vlam now prepared to make advances on. Cotton laced in my hands for shipment. ?Dec. 9 1843. 6-tf JAS. THOS. LEE. ACADEMY FOR FEMALES AT BOSTON . ' BOWIE COUNTY. PERSONS interested in this institution are re- . spectrally informed that it wil commence in strucliori ome lime in the month" of March ensu- ing. Due Dolice will be given of the course of in- atruction the' terms and the precise date oi com- mencement. January 311844. 12-4t SUCCESSION OF HENRY HUFiUid. LETTERS' testamentary having heen granted tc me as executor of the last will and testament-of Henry Hopkins deceased late of the coun- ty of Red river by the Probate courfthereof at.the March term 1844 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 April 1844

ITOMTHEliN ST ''Jk.NB ARIK - . - ; : . -.1 MiaiBBMnwiHniMiHinHBin CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAYE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. PROPRIETOR VOL. 2. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS APKIL 10 1844. NO. 22. EDITED AiSD PUBLISHED BY CHARLE& DE xMORSE." TERMS: The Northern Standard is published every Saturday at three dollars and fifty cents per an- m in advance four dollars at the end of six nths or five dollars at the end ol the year. Subscriptions lor six montns 2 in advance or S2 oOattbe oxpiralion 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 twenty lines 25 per annum. Not exceeding sixty lines $50 per annum. Announcement of candidates for office...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 April 1844

A correspondent ot the New.OrleansTrb- pic writing from Jackson the Capital of-Mis-sissippi remarks of a member of I he State Legislature. At the evening session every member of the House was in his place and a crowd of ladies graced the gallery Some rare fun was expected as it was known that Lindsay the Representative from Stawamba county was to speak'. This person a repudiating lo- cofoco is. or wns a IVlethodist Preacher un- couihin his manners ungainly in his person and illiterate in his discourse. Some idea of thfs man's fitneis for his position may be gath- ered from the following verbatim report of his speech on the motion to reduce the sala- ries of the Judiciary alocofoco measure in- troduced a few days since and opposed by the respectable of both parties. :' Where I wnn lOngy wanted to fill a three-haaf pint bottle- ujiich is my size as it 'fits well in the side pocket of my top coat though some gen- elmpn s bottles is larger but I never knowed a genelman carry a bottle bi...

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

. !) M?U. i(WVMliS MKhB Newspapers. Judge -Thompson1 -of r In- diana decided recently: "Where a subscriber to a periodical failed to notify the editor to discontinue the paper at the end of the time for' which ho subscribed or pay upt the arrearages he was bound for another yar " Editorial Remark. How seldom it happens" &aid one friend to another "that we find editors who are bred to the business." "Very" replied-the other "and have you not remarked how seldom tne business is bread to the editors." --f Great Sale of Wool. R. H. Rose 6t Silver Lake Penn. maintains on his farm ten thousand sheep. -He sold recently at one time to a manufacturer at Ithica 3000 balee of wool each bale weighing from 150 to 180 lbs. at 3 1 cents per lb. Consolation. "Father" said a sport- ing youth to his reverend parent "they say trout will bile now." "Well well" was the consoling reply "mind your work then and you'll be sure they wont bite you." In threc yeaas in England 367894 mar- riages took place...

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

i VVIntSj at'tfcis'Office. immediately 100 pounds of' Tallow; for Which subscrip- tions! advertising of Job Printing will be given. ..r r .. - JUST received and for ale in lots to suit pur- chasers. 14 barrels Whiskey; 15 barrels Green Apples;!) pieces Bagging; 35 coils Rope. .1 am now prepared to make advances on Cotton placed in my hands for shipment. Dec. 9 1843. 6-tf JAS. THOS. LEE. ACADEMY FOR FEMALES AT BOSTON BOWIE COUNTY. "OERSONS interested in this institution are re- - speclfully in formed that it wil commence in- struction Mme time in the month of Marcli ensu- ing. Due notice will be given of thecourse of in- struction trie terms and the- precise date of com- mencement. 'January 31 1844. l2-4t SUCCESSION OFHENRY HOPKINS. LETTERS testamentary having heen granted to me as executor of the last will and testa- ment of Henry Hopkins deceased late of thecoun- s ty of Red river by the Probate court thereof at the March term 144 this is therefore to notify all per- sons indebted ...

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

Q . .... ; CHAS. 0 MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE1. PROP'RiEtORi NO. 37. OL.2. CLARKSVILLE TE1AS; JWL 17 1844. N-0Ttt'&.B-N ST JfcNB Aftlf EDITED AND PUBLISHED CHARLES DE MORSE. BY TERMS: The Northern Standard is published every Wednesday at three dollars and fifty ceuts per an num in advance four dollars at the end of six months or five dollars at the end oi the year. Subscriptions ior shrmpntns $2 in advance or S2 50 at the expiration ofthe time. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar ner sauare for the first insertion and fifty cents for f.irh suhsfifiiient insertion if naid in advance. If one week is allowed to elapse without payment fif ty per cent will be added to the charge ana alter tsix months two dollars per square will be required. '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 fo...

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

NT f Vealbvfi7igKinifff!&edcn difficulty is flit 'iiwa jpeatihun ewrn is cresuiV vv name exception elas tii lisfrsuryxfcrr.of $'ipole-: Kinsr oflfcv of Soultfjj on's marsh-aiif Tne d&easedo'rfcMarshal Bexnadotte ihe-oalyoneKif thesovereignscre- atecj.by. Napoleon who survived the crash of- we imperial uynasiy. was me suu uj a r icucu inn keeper and at the breaking out of the rev: olution in l-79. held a sergeant's commission iVth'e guards. He was created Crown'Prince oSwcden through.the influence of Napoleon. In 1814. heioined the all.iesjagain.st his for mer Jeaderand at the peace was-rewarded by the addition of Norway to i his .d.ominious which he seems- to have governed .Jitce a. wise sagacious and benevolent monarch; Pie was in his 8 1 si yea r. Milton being asked by a friend ifh'ejintehd ed to instruct his daughters in any of the dead languages replied..- -No sir one tongue is enough for a woman. ' Extravagance. Mrs. Barger of Peters- ville Md. about 18 months ago was s...

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