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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 August 1844

( 3 reaHy contracted or nfav hTreatter incur :? and what better provisiW can1 lie mritfW.1 un der the present circumstances oYtne country than that: which those colonization contracts' supply. What other provision has been made? The only one I have heard of is that wh'ich giyes for two dollars of the public debt a cer- tineatc or scrip for.an acre of vacant land which the the holder is to find and pay for aurvoyimg If the public lands be absorbed .by specula- tion of what avail to the distant bond hold- er is this consideration ? LJt it be compared with the terms of the last colonization contract One' family is to be settled in every reserved section purcha- sed by1 The Texas Association"; the section is previously to b surveyed and the title to it investigated without cost to thevRepublic and moreover twelve dollars in pecie and 640 dollars of the public debt are to be paid for the section so colonized. Should the reserved sections be not coloni- zed they are to remain the. properl...

Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 August 1844

0 ' is - xttxa. . - .. -".i - - pronounced ajzamst it. aiid.cons qmiitlv fH into the hand3lof the 'county Surveyor who transmitted it to the G'neial Land Offiee ihroughthe favor of Col. A H LitiimT. our Representative to Congress. This does not - appearto accord with the first paragraph in Mr HufTtfrs adverli?ement bnt however Mr tluffer cannot deny the truth of the as- sertion. I will now ask Mr. tluffer if it was or was not his contract with mi to re ceive as full remuneration for his services thf one halfofwhat should finally be received for the map. n d meandering the Sulphur fork after the same should come to hand from the G-nerai Government. Lastly I ask Mr Hnffjr if he did not receive from me . in advance out of my own funds what he uc knowledged full remuneration for the above services. I refer my readers to Judge Stout for an answer to this question. Now Fellow Citizens; if Mr. Huffer had in his advertisement awarded just'ce to whom iustice is due in his polite acknowledgme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 August 1844

BARD : x JL. )&Z tj ii.ijg-rt u- -r- ri-i''ui i" ' HH-11--JIJ n't'X -i-'.jr jx.-tn. jccwa CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUtl BANNER BRAVE TIIK BREEZE T1IR STANDARD OP THE FREE. PROPRIETOR CLA-RKSVILLE TEXAS AUGUST 28 VO 1844. NO. 43: JLj ivLuu:'jvUxa m.r-tLUJ 1 Jjj ''' iu-u-ics x?ngi"iW;iil n Tii.mj niwgjjt KDITE D A'N L) PUBLISHED -BY CHARLES DE UORSE. TElt-AiS : The Northern' Stan-daud is published every Wednesday ai three dollars and fifty ceiKb per an-mi-n in advance four dollars al tlie end of six m nths or fredoliais at the eau of thu year. Subvrip.ions lor six tnositas $2 in ad vanes or i! o'J .itl'ie expiration of the tune. A.lver.iieineHi will be inserieJ at one dollar pr square for the fir.-i inseriio . and flf y cents for ejch Mibscquent insertion if paid in advance. If one v'eek is allowed l.i elapse without paycianUifi- ty per cent will be added to the charge and after. ix months two dollars per square will be required' Ten lines or uiul'rr will be considered a square. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 August 1844

A. iMriTTi i'ius grtat Parisian banUur j Campbell An intelligent and observant pKrt rAiAnlltr Hlml t-r-.rr.irl r.f '.mmnlifn A .-.. .!... M .... ....?. 1 ?.. ... CH f J it. vors the-editors of the N Y Commercial Ad . -. it - i . . vertiser occasionally with very entertaining we extract from one 01 mom me lol --1 11 LX-J-.' '-U who recently died possessed of Immense weal ill. rose to lortune from an.humDle station in lire. A foreign iournal bv a late arrival contains the following story of his first appearance in Paris When M. Lafitte came to Paris ii 1778. i the extent of his ambition was to find a situa- tion in a banking-house"nnd to attain this ob- iect he called on M. Pcrregaux the rich Swiss oanker to whom he had a letter of rec- ommendation. This gentleman had just taken possession of the hotel of A'ladle 'Gurmard which had been nut up to lottery by that lady and won by the fortunate banker. -It was to this charming habitation which. has since been demolished that M'. Lafitte ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 August 1844

( " V .m.'v.iitt:.viJKfinai Llll upa'aj'jfii'in 'f 'J he- Good of THE T? Epyni ic. The -Rights f OF TH.E People. Tho rloHheni Standard. CLARKSVILLE WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 2S 1S44 TlIK REGULATORS AND MODERATORS. Fits Sxcnilency the P resident is said lo be at th head of the jViiliiia quelling ihe disturb anees below and putting down those assumed protectors of the rights of the people. All of both Regulators and .i!od editors except twenty four. of the former are said to have submitted. When our informant lelt Mar- shall ihcse twcnlj' four had seated them- olvns n a In"; in Town and ssid they would yield to no one. buUwould sooner die where they were They-wcre armed with two guns two pairs of pistols and a bowie knife each and were swearing vengeance gninst-Sim Illusion and Judge Mills: so soys our infor- mant. ..General Burleson was at Marshall u at the time ;&) Gen. Houston was expected in few moments with a body of troops. Gen. Burleson will probably be. here in a day or .two; perh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 August 1844

ff - ll ( I .'jjiaMiAgu-n'm " .' xmm-mmasna NOTICE ! ! ! Ej order of tho Probate Court of Bowie County at the July terra 1844. I shall expose at public sale in thcjown of Boston on the 1st day of Oc- tober next a sufficiency of the surveyed lands be- longing to the estate of Valentine 3VI. Sublctt decca sed in order to satisfy the liabilities againstihe same. Said lands lying on the "West side Trinity Riv--r. in Robertson Coumy are well selected com- prising upwards of 20 009 acres. Terms ofsale: 13 months credit with note and ap- proved security. August Mlli 18-14. 42.2t MARTIN. GLOVER. Ad.r'r of the estate ofV. M. Subblett deceased. The Republic of Texas Clnnnlv nf T!PfI Iiivr Estrsyed before me L.Coffman J P 2 mares by EHsha Clampstt of Pine Creek. One sorrel mare 4 years old next spring 14 hands and a half high bald face right hind foot white no brand or marks percciveabic; appraised at 23 dollars. One bay marc supposed to be 4 years old next spring 15 hands high with both hind ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 September 1844

- . CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHAIA OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE-T11K STANDARD OF THE FREE. PROPRIETOR CLARKSVlLLE TEXAS SEPTEMBERS 1844. VOL.'2. NO. 44. NORTHERN STANDARD EDITED AJSD PUBLISHED til CHARLES DE MORSE. TERMS: The Northern Standakd is published every Wednesday at three dollars and fifty cents per an- nual in advance four dollars at the end of six months or fivedollars at the end oi'the year. Subscriptions tor six monttis .$0 in advance or S2 SOTitthe expiration of the time. Advertisements will be iiierted at one dollar ner sauare for the first insertion and fif.y cents for 'tph s.nhsnoiient insertion if naid in advance. If tine week is allowed to elapse without paymentift- ly per centwill be added to the charge and after. six monthsj two dollars per square will be required Ten lines or under will be considered a ?quare. Outline 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....

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

OWf ir -. V v -ef- 3V "JIU lir i A Modern Caliph pf-Bagdad; Mayor. Harper in- Disguiser-Vfe findthe follow-1 irjg- good story going the rounds credited to thcN.Y. Herald. Mayor Harper is accustomed to traverse the ward in which lis resides incognito in the fashion of the respectable eastern rulers whose curious adventures are related in the tales of the Arabian Nights. The other Sun- day he started out to p ' e if all e small grog shops were closed and approac Jed the private entrance. of one ol them kept by an Irish- man who knew the modern Caliph of Bag- dad through his disguise. His Honor knocked at the door nd out came the Irish- man who pretended ne didn't know the May- or from Adam. ;What'the devil do ye want?' asked the Irishmsn. 'Oh ! I wanted to get in don't you sell liquor here?" replied his Honor. Oca I it out. you infurnal Sabbath-breaker" shouted the Irishman " don't you know that his Honor the Mayor has shut us all up on the blessed day yes you oughtto beashamed of you...

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

" Tut.- Good or tite 'KxrufeLtc. i The Nortten Standard. CLARKSVILLE WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 4th The Rights 1 not yet sufficiently humbled and necessitated ' j to accept of the conditions and'rcstrictions at tempted to be imposed upon them From a- broad the intervention of Santa Anna's forces will be required to worry them' (as in pasti times) into submission ; if that tails then wa think it possible means will be afforded to Mexico to prosecute her longthreateneduar war in its proper sense as distinguished from predatory incursions." OF THE People": 1844. JCf" The Western Mai) brough us no pa- pers except the Harrison Times and the Red Lander. E" We notice in the Arkansas papers- the death of Gov. Fulton of that Statewhich sad event occurred on the 1 5th ult. athisres- dence neaT Little Rock after an illness of about 12 days. In speaking of the melancholy occurrence the Ark. Times and Advocate says: "Gov. Fulton has lefi behind an interesting family- He was universally respected for his u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 September 1844

r- r r r am nNOTICE .'yorder of the Probate Court ef Bowie County .-the July term 1.844. I ihall expose at public .:einthetowA of Boston on. Ike 1st day of Oc- ' !r next. asufficieucT of the surveyed lands' be- i n"-inff to the estate of Valentine M. Sublett decea Said lands lyingon the West side Trinity Rit- fr. in Robertson Coumy are well selected com-orisin- upwards of 20 000 acres. ' Terras ofsale: lSmonths credit with note and ap- proved security. August 14th 1844. . 42.2t MARTIN. GLOVER. Adir.'r "' of the estate ofV. M. Sabblett deceased. The Republic of Texas s County of Red River Estrayed before me L.Goffman J P 2 mares by Ejiaha Clampett of Piue Creek. One sorrel mare 4 years old ne.xt spring 14 hands and a half high bald face right hind foot white no brands or marks perceiveable; appraised a'. '23 dd-lars. One bay mare supposed to be 4- years old next spring' 15 hands high with both hind feet whiteno brands saddle or bailor marks perceiveable; appraise ed at 25 dolIaisr.. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 September 1844

1 l N STANDARD CHAS. DE MORSE. bONO SHALL ODR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. PROPRIETOR clarksville texas September 11 1844 VOL. 2. NO. 45. MUijuunacn nt-Wtm-WI WTHMIIT-W) NORTHER IDlTEv A iN U LJUBL1SHE'D BY CHARLES DE MORSE. TERMS : The Northern Standard is published every Wednesday at three dollars and fifty cents per an- num in advance four dollars at the end of six months or fivedollars at the end ol the year. Subscriptions lor six montns iin advancs or S3 50altUe expiration of the time. dveriisemenu. "'"1 ba inserted: at one dollar . 1 t:.i n.A CtC t .anl1; fnl" per square ior me urai niciii"Jit j -- each subsequent insertion if paid in idvance. If ess whom -he introduced into one of the old- est fctmilics'of Paris as a lady of high rank whose origin must for the sake of the Church be unknown and who must be provided with an-asylum. The will of the Bishop was law and the noble host assigned the fair incognito leave their milk to get cold before they put- it ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 September 1844

Death- of- a Disgraced BrsHb"pl-: An mdmdual died 'recently at Edihg burg Scotland whtf obtained an unenviable notori- ety aome 20 years-ago. -This wa the Bish- op of Clogher indijted for.an unnatural crime committed in St. James's London in 1822 forfeited bail and fled was 'degraded from th ecclesiastical dignity and Las never boeni -uearu 01 un now. ne Kpt nouse under the assumed name of Thomas WiUon at No 4 Salisbury place Edinburg to which he remov- ed three years ago having previously resid- ed in Glasgow. His mode of livlnrr .- extremely pnvate.scarcely any visitois being known to enter his dwelling but was remark ed that the post occasionally brought him letters sealed with coronets His incognita was wonderfully.preserved:il was only known iu ujw or two individuals in the neighbor hood .who kept the secret till after his death. The application for interment was made in the name of Thomas Wilson. There was a plate upon the coffin which he had got prepared some years before but...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 September 1844

y Shelby County The troopsthat were marched to suppress the difficulties in this county have been disbanded. Several of the citizen? belonsfin to each of the parties came forward ana gave bonds to keep the peace and for their appearance atthe next terrrrofthe a District Court while others voluntary return- ed to their homes. We feel assured that the influential and goed citizens of the county will use the'r utmost exert'ons to prevent an- .othfer outbreak. Every one who has inter- ests in the count; must feel it a duty he owes himself and his country to extend his aid in reconciling ihe unfortunate troubles There werealtocrethor about'700 troops in Shelby last .week. Brig. Gen. Smith promp- tly obeyed the orders of the Government and Tepairedjio the scene of trouble?. There were about 100 men from Rusk County that turn- ed out at an hour's notice Sabine Nacogdo- ches and San Augustine sent each uear two hundred men. The campaign has been short but entirely successful. The object was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 September 1844

V '. iSr i t f i u . a. fv SUCCESSION :0F A'BNER LEE. LETTERS of administration having heen gran- ted loihe undersigned by ihe Hon. Probate Court for the county of Red River at the No- vember term 18-10 thereof; upon the estate ofAb- Ker Lee deceased. This is therefore to notify all persons indebted to said estate to make imme- diate payment and all persons having claims upon it to present them to mc properly authenticated; within twelve months (the time specified " law) cr lhey "will he forever barred. W. S. McCLURE Adm'r. July 3.1 8 14 35-Gt SUCCESSION OB' JAVES DENNIS rnilE undersigned having been appointed by rhc JL Probate court of Lamar con-nty Republic of Txis at the December term of the said court 1S43 ndimnitraior of the estate of haid James Dennis deceased hereby notifies all persons indebted to said estate to make payment and those having claims against the same are notified to present them to me according to law within 12 months or they will be forever barred. THOMAS DEN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 September 1844

.. W. v&4 r.i KJjaiaauy. ..vij-u-:.t ;.;i. titiv w w j utrt . . -i 4J - 24 J ri) t r . rT -yt . . f- . r t Uty.'i ll )H U tl MJ.U J CWAS. DE MORSE ; LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. PROPRIETOR VOL . 2. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS SEPTEMBER 25 1844. NO. 46. 1 m Wif MMBJN STAKBAMB ' JJITED AISO PUBLISHED CHARLES DE xMORSE. BY TERMS; The Northern Standard is published every Wednesday at three dollars and fifty Cents per an- num in advat.ce four dollars at the end of six aouths orfivedollars at the end ol the year. Snl)M:npifons lor six montns $2 in advanc?. or $3 50 at the expiration of the time. Advertisements will be inserced at one dollar per square for the first insertion and fifty eents for each subsequent insertion if paid in advance. If one week is allowed to elapse without pa)'mentfift- y per cent will be added tj the charge and after. mx momhsj two dollars per square will be required. Ten lines or uudei will be considered a square. One line over a squ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 September 1844

vv-j- Gea. Hoasloafs reply lothe communication of Santa Anna through General 6H.an; nounc'ing the resumption bfhostilitiea be tween Mexico and Tccas. Executive Department. H Y Washington Jul 29th 1844. To His Excellency Gen. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna 1 President of the Republic oj Mexico Sir: It appears by a letter received from Gen Adrian Woll under date ot ttie "- 19th ultimo. (that you havo.entertained a desire to commu- nicate with this Government i- regret how- ever extremely that in so doing you should 'imve indulged in a departure from thecourte- sy which ordinarily obtains in the correspon dence between civilized S.'ates of the present age. There are certain designated and uni- versally acknowledged channels of inter- course between nations; such as the Depart- ment of State orForeign Affairs. Through your subaltern Gtm. Woll you have in the" communication to which I al- lude addressed no-governmentor functionary of any government. It is however addressed to Texians; but i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 September 1844

T SB 5955HEH ft 7i; "QAP.'. BFTHK Republic. W THl.RlOMTt or THI Peojs II " ft Tlic If of tli em Standard; CLARKSVILLE ' WEDNESDA Y." SEPT. 25th 1844. O' We -are authorized to annoonco Isaac N BnKWEas r. candidate for Colonel of the 1st Re -gimont 4th Brigade Texas Milhia. H3 We have received a communication from ih Rev. Wm. C. Crawford of Shel- byviilf relative to ihe statement in our paper f -of the 22d Aug. Iatt.of the action taken by the President against the violators of the law in helhy and Harrison Counties.and the threats s.iid to har been made by some Regulators in Marsha I lagainat Gen Houston and Judge Mil!s Out correspondent apologizes for the course of the two parties in his county says tho "circumstances .that gave rise to the diffi- culties in Shelby County are too complicated to admit of brief explanation" and states the facts connected with the suppression of the difficulties: and says. General Houston has not been there ; and that neither of the par ties have anythi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 September 1844

rr wj2jjggacjjiij5jjfcjjji; .17 1-J.O w : 'FROBAtFEWOTIGE: " REPUBLIC OF TEXASCotih'ty of Red rivir. Amteorrinj'idminwYfktofdfUc'fai'oT'jpHn Tweedy; decd filed hjsiacjWntsatfoV vouchers for hllowaneendfiBalfbeUlerircHtipfsaidlfiiccesiioQ witn tKe PrtWe Court aUhe August term 1844. Alf persons interested in 'said estate are hereby notified to be and appear at the November term tJf said .Court or said succession will be then and there settled and closed- . J. C HART. C. Clk R.R. C " arid ex-oflicio Clerk of Probate. S eptl0rlS44; no4'5 3t. LOST CERTIFICATE. ' I have lost a" Land Warrant for 3-20 acres of land issued to M. W. Matthews for three months mil- itary services iu the year ' 836under Capt.Wm.Beck- aeilcommeiiclngtin July and eDding in October. The uumbcr and date of said-warrant are not recol- lected but it is'tne tnly one ever issued to the said Matthew's.- If said certificate is not found within the .time prescribed by Jaw 1 shall apply at the nrorer office for a duplicate....

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

N-ORTHEJl-N STAJNDAKir v.-j -U LL CHAS. OE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER. BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. PKOfRlETO'p VOL. 2. GLARES VILLE TEXAS OCTOBER 2 1844. NO. 47 T'il i.lMlMUHg r.rt.n.iii-iLiijT EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY CHARLES DE MORSE. TERMS : 'The Noh-tiier! Standard is published every V.vedusday .it ihree dollars and Gfty cents per an- Bum in advance four dollars at the end of six months or fivedollars at the end oi the year. Subcripi.ions lor six momns $-2 in advanc? or $2 50attne expiration of the tnns. Advertisements will be ijeried at one dollar Long Hair. The New York Sun says as Southern visiters are occasionally seen in our streets with long flowing hair and bushy heads it may be well to go back as faras 1649 and read the agreement entered into with the Governorund Magistrates of New Hampshhe agairjst the "sinful practice." Forasmuch as the wearing of long hair after the manner of ruffians an 1 barbarous Indians has begun to invade New England. which nnr crm...

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

cc- X M r i ft 'i.fwy ur -Jsgyj . 1 1 ' . M m'lt te I - We Ieani from aentJemanwho left-Lou-! lsiana u few-days sincethauvlr.. Olay'is-out with a second letter on annexation in which he says.-thatno.man can-be more .warmly in. fjvQrofiheunea&Ujrjlian he is but he thinks Mr. Trier's treaty was rather premature and t'latit should be efrected-witlr the approbation of all concerned which he says can be done. We think -it would be hard for any -man. to. lelj.rwiialjjx Cky-isJnJa.vor of. He was once a good democr.it 'but he reminds us of 3.$:an.ecdole wje .envy heard ef an old bachelor who h3dapair of siik stockings!: his house- Iteeparjfo.r th vant of ?i.!k darnedthem every wee.k wiih'.voolj until they became spotted. .lmajly;the;silk entirely cave- way for an inferior staple without leaving1 a. particle of the original aboutthem ! Red Lander. Theevidence Jhefore the Court RJafti.al at) i uiuKiva in vucvusb ui uuiuinuuujc iiiuum I T - . . . was closed several days since and the Court...

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