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

J V-w w Rfcasscs t.r Tise Good- OKT1IE- Rori'.urlic. Thk HlOItTS 0? THE- EsOltLEV O T-h e N. o r.l lie r n B 1 a is l a r d . w ! . CLAR.KSVILLE WEDNESDAY. O.CT. 2nd. 1844. O. W"e are authorized to aunouncc Isaac N- Brewer as a candidate foi Colonel of the 1st Re Siment 4Ji Brigade Texas Militia. jgjf Exchequer bilis revived at par for subscrid ions in this District. clea.r.andrp!enliful. A centleman of Lamar a friend of ours universally arknowledgedto's an iniejljgpt'tnan anJ whq ranged over thai J whole region some years since is entirety . '. ..... i saUsfuofthecx.istence olgol" m large ana pnse Ions: continued veins. Indeed we have heard enough and that from such persons and so many of'them to induce us if we were in a situation to do so to qualify ourselffor exam- ining that country or mineral wealth and proceed in company with some-experienced person to do so and in casp of valuable dis- covery to profit by it. We do not advise others to do it but we. certainly would il cir- c...

Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 October 1844

l rr VnuHBkr . - fjr& -y - - . ' . f B ffijftdXfjs Notice. REPUBLIC OF TEXAS-County of Red river. A'mos -Sfbrf ill administrator of Ifiee state of John Tweedy dee'd filed his accounts hnd vouchers for sllowtfnce arild final settlement of s'ajd succession with the Probate Court at the August term 1814. All-persons interested in said estate are hereby notified ro be and appear at the November term ol .said Gourt or said accession will be then and there settled and. closed. J.C HART. G. Clk R.R. C and ex-offieio Clerk or Probate. Sept K) 1S44 no 45 3t. " LOST CERTIFICATE. I have lost a. Laird Warrant for 300 acres of land issued to M- W. Matthews forthiee months mil- itary services in the year sSSG.under Gapt.Wm.Bcck- nell commencing in July ami ending in October. The number and date of said .variant are not recol- lected but -it -is the only one ever issued to the said Matthews. If said tcrtinea'.e is not found within "the time prescribed by taw 1 shall apply at the .Diorer ofScc ...

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

RN 6 4 u. ! CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OE THE FREE. PROPRIETOR VOL. 2. CLAKKSVLLLE TEXAS OCTOBER 9 1844. NO. 48. NORTHE T AND AMD BDITED A IS D PUBLISHED CHARLES DE MORSE. BY TERMS : The Northern Standard is 'published every Wednesday at three dollars and fifty ceuis per an- num in advance four dollars atihe end of six .months or fivedollars at the end ol the year. f Subscriptions lor six munitis 2 in- advance or 2 50 at the expiration of the time. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion at;d fifty eents for each subsequent insertion if paid in advance. If one veek is allowed to elapse without payment.tin- ry per cent will be added to the charge and after. six months two dollars per'square will be required. Teu lines or under will be considered a square. One line over a square will be considered two; over twentv lines three &c. Yearly advertisements not exceeding ten lines will be inserted for $20 p...

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

vV It re ; R which thtf present .one iif formed ; but it is almost a'lieWdne and was constructed by a mechanic whose name Was Schvvilgue in 1838; to whom a nocturriaffete orlestival was given by his fellow citizens on the occasion of its completion. To'give yousome'idea of the size of this: clock I will compare it with some other things with which you are familiar instead of'saying it is so many feet high and so many feet wide '&c. Well then you remember the 'size of the nost office in Washington st. It is as high as that and about as wide or -at least nearly so. its top would reach to the very summit of our meetinghouse and its front would go about.half across tlie front of the meetinghouse. On the top of it is the figure ofthe prophet Isaiah about as large 'as life; on its two sides area couple of stairs to go up into it. Its front is beautifully paint- ed and has places upon which the hours of the day. the days ofthe week the revolutions ot tne stars the motions of the sun in...

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

9B The Good of THE Republic. The Rights of THE People' Tli e Northern Standard. CLARKSVILLE WEDNESDAY. OCT. 9th 1844. 3 We are authorized to announce Isaac-N Brewer as a candidate for Colonel of the 1st Re giment 4th Brigade Texas Militia. 3j ciuueijuti uiu&r3;civeu at mi jorsuustitu- tions in this District. rid3 We missed one iss ae of the Standard on the eighteenth of last month and have omitted hitherto explaining the cause of it. The editor was absent for the week and the foreman was seriously unwell. This we presume will be considered a sufficient ex- planation for its non appearance. x The trial of Win. Matthews indicted for -the murder of Pleasant M. Gwinn in this. town some eight or nine months sinceand of which we gave an account at the time came on at the last term of the District Court for this County and resulted in his conviction of he crime of manslaughter A motion was 'madebv his counsel in arrest of jndgement on the ground of the insufficiency ol the grand jury w...

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

;: PROBATE NOTICE. REPUBLIC OF TEXAS County of Red river. Amos'lorrill administrator of the estate of Johu Tweedy dec'd' filed his accounts and vouchers for allowance and final settlement of said succession with the Probate Court at the August term 1844. All peons interested in said estate are hereby notified to be and appear at the November term of aid Court or said succession will be then and there settled and closed. J. C HART C. Clk R.R. C arid ex-officio Clerk of Probate. Sept 10 1S44 no 45 3t. 'LOST CERTIFICATE. I hare lost a Land Warrant for 320 acres of land issued to M. W.Matthews for three months mil- itary services in the year 1 836under Capt.Wm-Beck-nell commencing in July and ending in October. The number and date of said warrant are not recol- lected but it is the only one ever issued to the said t Matthews. If said certificate is not found within the time prescribed by law I shall apply at the proper office for a duplicate. E. H. TARRANT. Sept. 11th 1814 no45 9w. LOST...

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

raMHHHnR4TC3PI9H!RNMnnHMIHM PBP -'i wifiyp vyL-v " - " - .-f -cs!Si&-- w - '?5?. .---. - vvWr'-&-ff - '''-"f23253iS-Kfi J- ' ---.- .fJijK" IV - C c-ftfUC. V2g51&&B&& C fit H-J? CKAS. D.E. MORSE Jr 'LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. PROPRIT"Oft ' .QLAJRKSVILLE TEXAS OCTOBER 16 1844. VOL. 2. NO. 49. LC E D IT E D" lA O p'UrB-L'fs ITE D" B Y' C CHARLES DE MORSE - TERMS : The Northern Standard is published every Wednesday at ihrec dollars and filly-cenis per an- juim in advat.ee four dollars at the end of six: months; or fiyedoilars at the end oi the year. S'nbMjripfious lor six monins $-2 in advanc::. or ro yit i: nv r:uion of the time. v.. . j.n.. Ttisementi will ue inserted at uw; v.ii. question iiasariseri ofso great nnpjiiauue to the welfare and safety of the people of the United Slates. It seems to me that in this .instance a? in tne llevolution and our Inst war with Great Britain kii.d Providence slili inter poses to help on ...

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

r J'ik-fchuK-.ju "TrlV.-.-V . ".iiEjP" . "-i""" T-iravraKBHIVK '.'"'-WWr-" V XWZCI wi r ri .-CC' Kn :wmmmwri V r -y tr -. Jc"V -ijJfr'r i r-cr-f X OT". " -is r Xs l " " A v i- crjf j?v jnv9nj.s.ei. -r. lV'" 4 "BB lhim wifhr.h'lisftmVrif'frhyn iKVi VrotijAftH" corvette. ThVsavages ere a!IafmecV and endeavored to appease me by saying l They are not men of Mahouri that wo are eatingo but some Ye-yes for it is thus they call the English. They Then oxhibited to us the heads of their victims and recognized among them that of Capt. Wakefiejd one of the distinguished inhabitants of Port Nich- olas who had entertained us at his own "ftbuse when we went to the town to procure provisions. I was seized with horror at this sigtit. My companions blamed me for hav- ing risked irritating the cannibals as we were only five against two hundred. But they gave us confidence by sayingOh the Qini ytf(for so '.hey distinguish us) are good people but the Yceycs are vrry wicked' They then related that they ...

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

H cs 's latre. and wLtl pursued. ins cunt9rfit a - t? by lhe wfaite me with goopLrnon; Muiltns and Flynt era under bond to ap- pear atthcnxt term of the District Caurt. The negro has tscappd. )( We find the following extract in an ex- change paper.- We have seen the thing be- fore but do not recollect if we ever knew.the authorship. "When the millions applaud you.seriously ask yourself what harm you have done : 'when they curse you what good !" :It is.one of ihose witless brevities of affect- d philosophy which eaptivate that class of weak and m reflecting- minds that on be impressed by mere posuiveness of manner without intrinsic strength. The dogma of itself assumes that ail mankind a veryfeic excepted are. either "ile.or foolish and that the profound author of this sententious ex prcssion of wisdom is one of the few who have the capacity to prrcei ve it. Of a H silly persons the pretender to philosophy who wants common charity and common sense regarding his ello-.y man contemptuo...

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

w p' v 95 t tm Capt Martin K. Sn'elUhas received'ilte appointment of Post Mister of this city; to lake effect from th'ft' 1st of October next.-Den. Yucatan. We understand thai the rea- son why Yucatan is not included in tho enu mcratiori of the oilier Stales of Mexico upon which a requisition has been made by the Congress for quotas of rrien and money is that in the capitulation which she was com- pelled to malce to Santa Anna upon "the withdrawal of our Navy she made it an in- dispensable condition that she should never beireqnired to assist in the war against Tex- - ss. Tel. The papers throughout the republic with the exception of the L:i Grange Intelligencer 'give' the most flattering accounts of present crops. The Intelligencer speaks as follows. "In consequence ot the continued drought. which has prevailed since about the first of July last the crop in this section will be much injured. About the middle ot last Ju- ly the prospect: was never before so bright for n full crop but...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 October 1844

7; (" - ?AS. DE MORSE LONG SHAU OUR BANNER BBAVfl THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. PROPRIETOR CLARKSVILLE TEXAS OCTOBER 23 1844. VOL'. 2. NO. 50. 11 " - NORTHERN STANDARD - j -cy? T t-i icaJAa.iujm.iju-!H.3. rr- : : TT7 - r v CHARLES DE xMORSS. 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 five dollars aMhe end ol the year. Subscriptions lor six inontns $3 in ad vanes or $3 50 at the expiration of the time. AdvertiseWnfiVwill bejnserted at one dollar r 5n.qr forsthe first insertion and fifty cents for -i ....K..iont inspfiirfn. if naid io advance. If one week is allowed to elapse without paymeutuft- ty per cent will be added to the charge and auer. fix 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 ccc cLwill be inserted for 520 per annum Not exceeding ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 October 1844

' ? Extract of a Ltttefrom a prisoner at PcroteldaieiJuly lxt. "' - "Texas has nojyCto-ubmit to the terms sent you by Judge Robinson or maintain her independence jy arras. Paper war and foreign interference must cease. The char- acter ajid -the habits .of the two races aretoo opposite to form a part of the same govern- ment or live together in any other relation than that of raastor and servant. They (the Mexicans) have no liberty of conscience no liberty .of-the press and no security of person or properly. Their government is a com- plete military despotism. The citizens are whipped -nto obedience and robbed by the power that enslaves them. They are thrown into prison upon mere pretences where they remain for years without a trial and guilty or not .upon trial aro compelled to serve ten years in the army for being so unfortunate as to he suspected. The mass of the popula- tion are in deepest ignorance and the lowest state of moral depravity ; and their laws and religion will keep t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 October 1844

&&t 4 ' ' 1 1 ! . y 1 IftttMMMttMMiiMpMM 1 Good IFTBX ReeyjilTc. The Rights. op THE 'People Thp .Northern Standard CLARKSVILLfc" WEDNESDAY. OCT. 23d. 1844. O" We are authorized to announce Isiac N Brewer as a candidate foi Colonel of the 1st Re jiment 4th Brigade Texas Militia. O Exchequer bills3re Jcived at par for subscrip- tions in this District. We take great pleasure in presenting this reek the interesting and valuable statistics for which we are indebted to the isdustry and public spirit of the County Assessor. He has performed a service in doing it entirely gra- tuitous and.one well calculated to benefit the County by showing its present coudition which i3 an evidence that its agricultural ad- vantages have drawn to it a large population -compared with other Counties and that it is " in a stale of rapid improvement. We regret that the Assessor had not furnished us the number of Cotion Gins in the County and alsotho number of schools and scholars. As it is however we a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 October 1844

?JZ. J3 -m X fi5vywit. !T-r m Sagacious ELEfHANTS-rMr. Gceen- vrood m his campaign in Amrhanislan rcr iatcslhe following interesting factsrelative to these docile animals. J "It is astonishing how dqcijie these animals bVcome aft'ei being some tinie domesticated The mahouthis wile children and the ele- phant all form one family. The elephant has his dinner of large cake's of unleavened bread prepared' for him at the same time as his ruler and thnv all eat toother. I have seen a mahout and his wife jio to the bazaar to make their daily purchase leaving their child an inf-mt notabJe to walk in chargp of thy I'Jephant. It was really most amusing and interes'ing to see the solicitude displayed by thyir gigantic nurse As his little charge would crawl nearly out of his reach from the place where he was picketed he would stretch out his trunk and gently lifting thp infant up place him down near his feet. Af- ter playing about some time the child got tired and went to sleep the elephant mea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 October 1844

'-' 4wft -e 'my sri?N&s -HW"rtW90fj & MTit'' j. CHAS. OE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. PROPRIETOR VOL. 2. CLAEKSVILLE TEXAS OCTOBER 30 1844. NO. 51. BHP7B HBl wmFV--VFV- -k - cSH-MSfR OMTMMliJ STAJNB'ASXF: DITED AND PUBLISHED BY CHARLES DE MORSE. . TERMS : The Northern Standakd is puhed every Wednesday a 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 for six months 2 in ad vanes or S2 50 atths expiration of the time. v" Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion if paid in advance. If one veek is allowed to elapse without paymentfift- ty per cent will be added to the charge and after. 5ix months two'dollars per square will be required. Teu lines or under will be considered a Nquare. One line over a bquare will be considered two; ever twenty lines thiee &a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 October 1844

s.i "155; ? A New Palace jfertyhe HiiUspn Jtj&cr! Under tKis Jvead N.4 Y;:-Comi6ercial sSys $4- We are informed that a steamboat ofover 1300 tons measurement has been contracted for by a new" company to" fan 'Between New I . YbrJcjlDq Albany Qmd to form the nucleus ufan-entirejiewJine. This Leviathan will! have a hundred and forty state rooms and enlarged. and improved accommodations throughout and will be under the control of the "most popular commander of the Sound. .5-TEA3t Power. A pint of water may be evaporated by two ounces of coal. In its e- . vnpnration it swells into 216 gallons of steam with a mechanical force sufficient to raise a weight of 37 tons to a foot high. ' Exchange 'paper. i1 " - New Yortc City. 'The following sche- dnlo'shows th'eprogress of population in the epmrnerciaremporium from 1697 to 1840: 7 Boston Providence Philadelphia Baltimore Foftsmouth Other 'ports Total IL.S. ports 9 T -. ' .J X 7-f&2 211 -6791 3694 V136 . ; '2280 :V 172085 Population. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 October 1844

- .V &!z!!emg!sm '& tbQt a pressof business' has withdrawn "our at chtion frorri it. 1& prison County: We learn from Marshal Ithat the District Qotirt for. Harri son 'County iS-Still in session and probably (Jill be for some days to come. Those1per sons who had committed offerees against the criminal laws of the country have most of them surrendered themselves for trial and wry thing we are told progresses in as or--d.Hy a manner as in any community. A collector of customs w.hose name we have not learned is receiving reports of im- portations and will proceed to collect the du ties which rreare told the citizens are resol- ved to pay. Ifc We are glad to hear all this. We wel- come the return of those people ttr the perfor- mance of their duly to their fellow citizens and the Government and we are very sure that their present course if persisted in will work to their own pecuniary benefit as well 13 elevate their reputation as an honest and law abiding population. (j We h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 October 1844

ji mrrm s 7 i M ."' ; r- i' BiBfE The reat4 ; !Bi Trif v 'Demand for the demand for the sa;red scriptures for thedesi titute at our own doors (says th New1 Yorkj Sun) continues to increase. "The 'Bible So- ciety distributed' 45.000 Bibles and' testa- ments last month. The B'oaVd of Managers are now in want of means to suppl' those who have not the Scriptures and who eahnot afford to purchase them. Worldly Justice. A boy who stale a taafof bread in Liverpool has been transported for seven years. The wealthy merchant who seduced the boy's sister was imprisoned one nigltf We left the cotton market in our report of Sat- urday morning last in a drooping condition and since then it has maintained pretty much the same character. The sales for the week amount to about 1G00 bales; of which English and French buyers hare taken the sweater proportion and prices from qualities bslow fair are fully 1-8 c. lower. Yes- terday the market closed very languidly and there was no disposition to operate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 November 1844

;OETMEEM: STANDARD"" p" .:! -C'H-AS. DE IVIPRSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. PROPRIETOR -VOL. 2? CLARKSVILLE TEXAS NOVEMBEE 6 1844. JVO. 52. V ' " HWM M mm J DITED AND PUBLISHED BY . CHARLES DE x10RSE. 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 jnonths or five do liars at the end ol the year. Subscriptions lor six months ."JC in advance or $2 50 at the expiration of the time. I Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion and fifty eenls for each subsequent insertion if paid in advance. If one week is allowed to elapse without payment'iift- ty per cent will be added to the charge and after. sir mnnrhsL two dollars npr snnnrn will hf rpnuirp.rl -.. -j .v .v. -lw..v -. ... 4 . . Ten lines or under will be considered a i quare. One line over a square will be considered two; over twenty lines three &c. Yearly ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 November 1844

. v.. 1 ' J .' .. -. ?- te s h VsT- &i:'ff& 'A se ""5-V - UAP .MAKING. As soap making is a ' matter of no small intefesf'to every Jjquse JkeeperJA few sug- gestions on the process of manufacturing jyjll beof utility. Soap as eyery one knqws is'made of Alkali and fat or oil of almost any xkncK Although-grease and ley are com- mon jn e.Tjery.kitchen yet few can combine them with accuracy and frequently much jripre labor is bestowed than is necessary. The first consideration s the obtainjng a sufficient quantity of "Alkali." This reqiires good wood green is best and if it be cut in the winter or while the sap is down the ley will be" much stronger. " Old' rotten wood should not' be burnt when the ashes are to be usea for ley. The ashes being ready put them into a hogshead barrel or old fashioned hopperand put on water till the strength is exhausted. Next commence boiling to evaporate the wa- ter and concentrate the potash. To be as- sured there is enough "potash make a trial wi...

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