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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 January 1845

" " Y" f X r & lHB G00 Thi Riohtb or tkb TTjitublic. Peopled T he Nartherir Standard.' CLARKSVILLE. THURSDAY JAN. 30th 1845! When advertisements are sent lo ihe officewith- at the number of insertions marked upon them ibey will be kept in until stopped by the advertiser and charged a-ccuidingly. We have received the Protest of Messrs Ford Scurry Johns and others against the action' of a majority of ihe House of Repre- aeniaiivcs upon the Bill to remore the Sent f Government to Austin but onr want of size will not admit of its publication at pres ant. Annexation. A close examination f our late exchanges induces us to believe that the prospect ol this measure being consum mated which a few days since ue thought highly probable is getting now decidedly dull Matthew C. Field the "Phazma" of the Picayune and St. Louis Reveille died lately .at sea on his way from Boston to N Orleans Ho was the author of some of the most beauti ful poetry in the language. Those who rec- ollect "The Pra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 January 1845

3 n ft- u j" ia .. tsottiibI Mi. fc huauia. iii'MlHON TkoTTER 4 FBARSALL Commission Hefchatftf Xe. M CAMP STREET NEW ORLEANS BirXRXXCKI X TTILLIAM M. HARRlSON:Esq. Clarksville. Major JAMES E. BROWNING De Kalb. Col. CHARLES LEWIS Bowie CouatT. Clarksville Dec .15 1844 no 7 4t. JUST RECEIVED And for sale a lot ef Cofee Sugar Molasses aUWhiikey.br THOS. D.LEE. Jan. 32 nd 1615. No. 10 tf REGULAR BETWEEN AND FORT "LONE ks PACKET N. ORLEANS TOWSON. STAR" Tha light draught and splendid Passenger Stea- ler LONE STAR " will Run as a Regular f acket between New Orleans and Fort Towsen. tor freight or passage applv To Capt. Arnold on eeard or to THOS. D. LEE at Clarksville. P. 3. The Lone Star will leave Cincinnatti (Ohio) about the 1st cf March for Upper Red Riv- er affording an opportunity of shipping Produce aad direct from the "West. Jan. 22nd 1845. No. 10 If THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS To William B. Hawkins. Whereas Wilie C Thompson has filed his peti- tion in our District Court of Red Rirer Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 February 1845

' v r aKU"-1 rllie Northern Standard. CLARKSVILL THURSDAY' FEB. 6th" 1845. Skeleton Found. Jesse Walker Esq who has just returned from the Trinity in forms us that he found a few days since on the Sister Grove Fork of Trinity the bones f a man and near him those" of a horse. The ploce where they lay was about ten miles E. ofN. of Throckmorton's settlement. Upon inquiry he ascertained that the bones had been previously seen by some of the nearest '(settlers about two months ago. When first discovered there were some military buttons. Jarge and small lying among the bones of the i jnan. supposed to hav'e been on the breast and cliffs of his coat : also a tin cup on which was marked' in Roman capitals "P. Jefferson" and below' it in running hand "Russell." There vrasalso the evidence about of aon- aiderible encampment having been there. It was judged that the bones had been lying there three or four years It is supposed that thev are the remains of some sick soldier left by Col. Cooke'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 February 1845

J. District Court In Yacation. Jan. 7th. 1845. William C. Young No.23J vs. S Thomas J. Newbern ( Trespass vi et arum. Samuel E. Powers Jacob Lorig. And whereas William C. Young Plaintiff on the 17' day of Jon I845made affidavit that Thom- as J. Newbern one of the defendants in said case ivbtyond the jurisdiction of said court and the said Younjr Plaintiff preys that publication be made in the Northern Standard for four successive -weeks prior to the nest Term of the Honorable District Court for Lamar County notifying the aia Thomas J. Newbern of the pendency of this suit and unless he appears at the next term of our said District Court for said county to be holden at the Court House in the Town of Paris on the secpnd Monday in March next and deiendsaid suit or the same will be heard ex parte. Tiie petition in this cause charges that the said defendants by force of arms took from the poes- sionof the Plaintiff a certain negro girl Mornin; that conniving: confederating and couspiring ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 February 1845

V l P T li i Mnrthurn Ktanilarfi J.tttJ xlUriUCfU i3 I d II uam. CLARKSVILLfc THURSDAY FEB. 13th. 1845- RACE BETWEEN JAMKS K. POLK AND TENNESSEAN A race for SI 000 dollars a side 500 forfeit now up will couie off over the CJarksville course on the 15lh of May next between elson Doak's horse James K. Pdk 4 years old out of Constitution by Pe.c Whet stone; and L. W. Perry &Co's horse Teu.iL-s -t iti 7 years old by old Pacific out oi a Pacolet mare grand dam by Bucephalus. Still later from Europe. By the arrival of ihehip Warrick at New Yoik on the- morning of the loth of January we have dates from London to the ltth and Liverpool of the 12th December being five days iaier than were pravio usly received. The advance on Coilon noticed in our loreigu newsreceived previously has been fully sustained and an additional eighth added making altogether an advance of one fourth of a penny since the arri- val of the tost steamer. 29000 bales changed hands in Liverpool in the four days previo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 February 1845

w V BEPURLIC OP TEXAS; Cobktt of Lamar. District Court la Vacation. Jan. 7th 1845. William C. Young If 0.231 vs. f Trespass Thomas J. Newbera vi el armis. Samuel E. Powers Jacob Lorlg. And whereas William C. Young Plaintiff on the 17' day of Jan 1845made affidavit that Thom- as J.'Newbem one of the defendants in said case is bayend the jurisdiction of said court and the aid Young Plaintiff prrys that publication be made in the Northern Standard for four successive weeks prior to the next Term of the Honorable District Court for Lamar County notifying the saia Thomas J. Newbern of the pendency of this suit and unless he appears at the next term of our aid District Court for said county to be holden at the Court House in the Town of Paris on the second Monday in March next and detendsaid suit or the same will be heard ex parte. The petition in this cause charges that the said defendants by force of arms took from the posses- sion of the Plaintiff a certain negro girl Muruin; that conn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 February 1845

Ut'? . -T'T? -M "w:i'i. . & A A.V "-f3L T - J . gHv i 3 74 rr fclW L&t r - 50 'vwa. yygh Tiie -Northern Standard. CLARKSVILLE. THURSDAY FEB. 20th 1845- Congress adjourned on the third of February. We are disappointed in receiving no later intel- ligence from Mexico than we had last week. Several of our exchanges failed this week and the Picayunevhichis the only N. Orleans paper that ame to us has nothing upon the subject except an.article expressing its doubts ol the correctness of the report which we published in our last of the de- feat and capture of St. Anna. ' In accordance wij.h Hie law of last session the District Court for Fannin County was to com- mence on Monday last. No copy iftnelaw how- ever had been received at this place and the Judge and members of the bar knew nothing of it- until the day of commencement when they learned by pri- vate letter from Lamar that such was ttie case. Upon that information the Judge and District at- torney started on Monday evening ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 February 1845

us District Court In Vacation. Jan. 7ih 1845. County op Lamak UlllWUI v. i uuu j No. 23J vs. j Thomas J. Newbern . xr:n; n AVium Trespass vi el armts. Samuel E. Powers Jacub Lorig.- And whereas William C. Young Plaintiff on the 17' day of Jon 1845made affidavit that Thom- as J. Newbern; one of the defendants in said case is beyond the jurisdiction of said court and the said Young Plaintiff prrys that publication be made in the Northern Standard for four successive weeks prior to the next Term of the Honorable District Court for Lamar County notifying the saia Thomas J. Newbern of the pendency of this suit and unless he appears at the next term of our .aid District Court lor said county to be holden at the Court House' in the Town of Paris on the second Monday in March next and deiendsaid suit or the same will be heard ex parte. The petition in this eauc charges that the Said defendants by force ol arms took from the posses- sion of the Plaintiff a certain negro girl Mornin; that con...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 February 1845

VC?'? 3 l K(J- t 4!' -I'vL-JL- cte-p;. O I arx The Northern Mandard. CLARKSVILLL THURSDAY FEB. 27tn 1645- Later from Mexico. The Picayune of the 5th iiibt. gives the details of Sdiita Anna's capture which look place on the 15th January. He hud made an attack on Puebla; was repu.sed and lieu aiid was discovered when taken in a ravine by some Indians lo whom he offered his watch anil "What raowy he had in his possession lo onduc. luni to his hascienda. Tne. offer was refused and lie was "lugged into camps." When caput led lie had taken on ids cork leg on accou. I of me inflj- mation produced by walking upv.n il and was cai- ried by n is servants. Ou tue i0 h of January he was confined in the prison of Peiole ;'-d on the 21st started on his way to Mexico under a stiong escort to stand Lis trial before both Houses of Con- gress. The following is from the Picayune's cor- respondent at Vera Cruz . -Such rejoicings as we have had here were never Tieen before in this place. Today by oiderof...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 February 1845

NOTICE. The undesigned .viliapplv loihe Uhiel Justice of Red R.ver County Cor . dWchar-- in bankrupt- cy oiilhe hist iVionday m iipru iie.M. iius me itttn of Feb 1845 WA1.GRAGG. Frb 20: h. 1S45 no 14 3 I DISSOLUTION. The par tiers up neie o.ore ex sting under the firm ol Ellis & Van L)yke is th s day diolvvd by j mutual co.ctiL. AH persatis indebted to the firm will seitie wta L. D. V.in Dyke j lu bjiiig alone authoiized to tvntn up ihc business. Bos.oti Feb. 1st lolS. S. II ELLIS I take p'eaurein recnm ii.-nd'ni my friends to L. D. Viii Djke wno will cou inue to Merehtii- disciu 13js on 6.11. ELLIS. February 20. h 1843 no. 14 t f. HU.N'AiVA V JAUGLIF. Was co niiut.ed ollie Jail of oiviecointv on the '2o 1) (l;t o! .J. .mi rv. l r!i c.p.h him j -. 0- drLd and Jo.iv five a tiejio bov. calling Ins lia . e la..c who says lie iicloiiirs lo a gei tleman v... ti .. ..i wt-1 i . . rr....i.i i '.. . .-.i... .. j - w J O uy iiic iiiiiiic ui it iiii-iiii xLiiiuuvitf inic ui tut; aiiiitr T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 March 1845

''O v. O & 1 6L Cc c . i i. hi h w . &$$. 3 - r. & hs if i". ms -j? i ij Iv-' .M ?0l ti "l Ik Jtfe-. The Northern Standard. CLARKSVILLE THURSDAY MARCH 6ih 1845- We are indebted to the politeness -of Mr. Reed of Fcrt Towson for a copy of the Madisonian of the 7th ult. which gives us to understand that the Texas Resolution which passed the House and in the Senate was referred to the Committee on For- eign Relations had been reported on by the Com- mittee andas will be observed appended a Reso- lution that the measure be rejected &c. The question of Annexation is now settled for tkis year as the U. S. Congress were to adjourn on Tuesday last. We look with some anxiety to' hear the result of its final action. We understand that a ne vv nominee will go be- fore the U. S. Senate for : the office of American Consul at this port. Whatever willingness a few of our own citizens may have manifested to censure President Jones for his course towards Gen. Duff Green we have' cause...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 March 1845

NOTICE. The undersigned will apply lo the Chief Justice f Red River County for a discharge in bankrupt- y on the first Monday in April next. this the lbih f Feb. 1845 WM. GRAGG. ?eb. 20th 1845 no. 14 3 1. DISSOLUTION. The partnership heretofore existing under the irm ol Ellis & Van Dyke is this day disolved hy autual consent. AH persons indebted to the firm vill settle with L.D. Van Dykej he being alone luthorized to win a up the business. 3oston Feb. 1st 1S45. ' S. H. ELLIS I take pleasure in recommending my friends to .. D. Van Dyke who will continue to Merchan- iise in Boston S.H.ELLIS. February 20th 1845 no. 14 t f. RUNAWAY CAUGHT. Was committed tothe Jail of Howie county on the 23th day of January Eighteen hun- dred and forty five a nesro bov calling his name Isaac who says he belongs to a gentleman is fifteen hands three inches high; five years old by the name ot William Hmcheio late ot the state ins coming May and in point ol lorm and appear- f Mississippi and supposed no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 March 1845

Er3 r-si fet f. i' Tissaw - fSggsSd iVfta- v M J igf USwiat W? &i.s "rfc'" f- &$ J V " "k 'A? & i- l4-- i ; t - LT a zm IJJ SOB TJicrNiTthcrk Standard. V -" lir- mv - j?p2 ''- - A K j m aaaaaaaaaaaaj - jf ijijij-: -f . ':?'iCrw -;-:.;'-:-ilc;iOfc w rMttF& : --: with- WOK'immtMR&m U after T I I I Hi HUH I I " CLARKSVILLE THURSDAY MARCH 13 1845- Ikoian DiFricoxTiss. About the last or Jan- uary four persons in company including an old an named Rice and tw j sons. one. a boy ofa- bout 18 yean of age; and" another man were ont on Rowlett's creeka branch of the East fork of Trin- ity bear hunting. They agreed to divide and go up the creek two on each side.and meet in a Prair- ie above. The boy Rice and the man who accom- panied him arrired at the appointed place before the old man and his other son. Immediately on getting to the place the boy and his companion whose name we have hot discovered at a distance of perhaps 400 yards from them and on rising S'ound a party of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 March 1845

iO HV. .-.. :ati:ro. i- V l.DISJSOJClUTION.l The partnership heretofore existing under the trm af Ellis & Van ttyke is. tnis day disolved' by autual consent. All persons indebted to the firm will settle with L.D. Van Dyke; he being alone authorized to wind up the business. i BostnFeb.lbt:1845. - S.H.ELLIS "' I take pleasure in recommending my friends to L. D. Van Dyke who" will continue to Merchan- dise in Boston S.H. ELLJS.. February 20th 1845 no.!4tf. - RUN A WAYCA UGHT. KW Was committed to the Jail of Bowie county L on the 23th day of January Eighteen hun- JLJL dred and ferty fire a negro boy calling his name Isaac who says he belongs to a gentleman by the name of William Kinchelo late of the state f Mississippi and supposed now to be on the bra- zos. Said boy is about eighteen or nineteen rears of age of a black com'p'lexionsabout live feet 8 inch- es high is quite likely and has n peculiar marks. The owner will come forward prove property pay charges-ana take him awav or he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 May 1845

f oJwVi-4 ) ;"' .- - - A& -c ' 7-$:r -r f -. -1 .. -?: . "f. - r. .. a A. -4 1& J 5. J" v THE NORTHERN STANDARDS -: T " 8&- ? S CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL. 3. CLAEKSVILLE TEXAS MAY 13 1845. NO. 19- WTCJvKje. ?&. suvb- 1 2 - L ; - . Jv "t - ' t': $.-- t 35 s- vi.; TERMS: The Northkuv Standard is published every Saturday upon a larje size imperial sheet. It will b; furnished to sabe ribers at Si re an- num in advance fiie dollars at the cud of six months.ors'tx dollars at the end ol the volume if paid in Cash ; in Trrde or Produce it will be live dollars in adiance six at the end of six luontus.or sctcn at thecloe of the roliime. Advertisement:. Kill be inserted at one per square fur the fira insertion and fifty cents raeh Mibsenucnt insertion if paid in advance. one cek is allowed to elapse without rmymcnuifi- - . -. .r-itt 1 9ftflr.it t? Ihp rhir?!. and after. J i'- "-: .;".." ..Tl... Ten...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 May 1845

's "-1 """'t- 1 k -- V" 1& 2iSS& j- u. . u if -1 -J JJy M President of the Republic of Texas. A PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS since the close or the last session of Congress a Joint Resolution respecting the Annexation of Texas to the United Slates hsr by their Congressmen adopted authorizing the President of the United States to select the "alternative of I'vo certain propositions contained in the aid Joint Resolution as the basis for con- summating the proposed annexation : And whereas the President of the United Slates has selected ihcjirsj and second sec- lions of (he Resolution as such basis and notified this Government thereof which sections are as fallow viz: lUsolred fcv tne Scaa.e and House of Represcn- Ud-eaoi ibe United a.aea in OanSreaa..embkd'qiesion is wnctner we arc wi.....s .uai.. ITM Caajreis iiotn comeu. ihall&c territory rrop-1 iij i .ciuuca wiiuiii auu riguuuiiy ociunguig 10 tba ilapubiic if'l'i may b s creeled iulo new '&te to be culled me iia.e of lexai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 May 1845

J- to theStandard. Presenting now as murh reading matter asany other paper in the re public and at less price we hope they will oppose their own interests no longer hut come forward like good men and true and pattake of the knowledge of passing events asall should do who value their intellectual and pecuniary advantage If the applicants ahould be numerous it would be productive of no serious inconvenience to us: we are ever ready to be put to a little trouble for the public good To Foreign Adertuers V call ihe attention of the Merchants of Doaksville Shrevport JefTeison and Port Caddo to the Standard as the only medium ol addressing their customers in the four Counties of the Red Rirer Senatorial District. We adver tise upon the same terms as the papers of Louisiana and Arkansas and shall be glad to become the medium of their business com mnnications. Drowned. A private soldier from Fort after waiting a long time he advertised them in the Standard and in a few days they were Drought...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 May 1845

V i u y t The earth hath treasures fair an J bright Deep bnried in her caves And OceaiThidclh may a 5cm With his blue curling wares ; Yet not within .urbason hard . Or 'ncath the dashing fottm ; Lies there a treasure eq-ialling A wcrld of lore at home. i. PROTEST. Of Messrs. Ford Scurry Truit Sadler. W)1' iamson Parker. Johns Le.vi-i sntl HrJln members of the House of Rpprest?13" lives against the passage cf the bill re quiring the President and II' ads of Dtp?"" nieots to re-uirn to the city of Aus.ir;r'ad iu that bodyon the 23d ius. ordered to bc spread on the journals. The undersigned availing themseliES their constitutional pririlcge enter thirs'' mn nrntnsl n"!tnct thp VOIP I.lL'ln i? '"C la.... Art)nn-0c.ittflhvre on Kn OOrh fV 01 ..December 1S4.4 on the final pa-csa'c 0I 'IninJ rpoolution. rrnnirin? the Piesir-nt an(l ffii.. j- r r. . .. ... -..-.. ie citv of nCdUS Hi U.:iK.lvlllv..ll3 11' ll.tuiu v Austin and assign the foilowm' rcsons therefor- . The situation of the city o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 May 1845

2G5? - 38!su.; n v 2f - v R7 - H.''n-ir tn; X" -t '?!V - v: 5ti?s' ? - THE NORTHERN STANDARD. 31 4 A CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL. 3." CLAEKSVILLE TEXAS MAY 20 1845. NO. 20. O :4 l . sm TERMS: The Northirn Standard is published every Saturday upon a large size imperial sheet. It nill 03 furnished to subsc ribers at S4 per an- num in advance- fir dollars at the end of six months.orsix dollars at the end oi the volume if paid in cash; inTradeorProduce.it will be five dollars in advance sir at the end of six months or seven at theclose of the volume. Advertisements wilt be inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion.and fifty cents for cich subsequent insertion if paid in advance. If one week is allowed to elapse without payment Jift- ty per cent will be added to the charge and after. mx months two dollars per square will be required. Ten lines or under will be considered a square. One lino orsr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 May 1845

---sv.-1-----"'1. i.'"" " I' SI I X s 5V5yj. -J. . .w; r i) sound mora) and honorable feeling of the people of the indebted States cannot be ques- tioned; and we are happy to perceive a settled disposition on tht ir part.as their ability returns after a season of unexampled pecuniary embarrassment to pay off all just demands and to acquiesce in any reasonable measures to accomplish that object. One of the difficulties which we have had to encounter in the practical administration of the Government consists in the adjustment of our revenue laws and the levy of the taxes necessary for the support of Government. In the general proposition t'lat no more money shall be collected than the necessities of an economical administration shall reqire all parties seem 10 acquiesce. Nor does there seem to be any material difference of opinion as to the absence of right in the Government to tax one section of country or one class of citizens or one occupation for this Government has been given to ...

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