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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 June 1845

r 'yp 1 Ui niltfi.Vi.n "..I . .' I non 10 me cause ot banta Anna. emanating We say again for the fiftieth time that be understood. .Men ars already engaged in JCj-Thc Deputies to the Convention from rom mese uminguishcd individuals one ; me proper proaucls Jor cultivation this the business of raising who will be very apt this County left for Austin on .Monday mpr- wouio. nave been inclined to asnoe to them district are mistaken. i to lind the market as the cattle become sufii- ninrr last excent Judee Mills who was too ihe attribute! of Milton's AbdicI i For a long time whcit and oats which J cicntly numerous ; and the raising of cattle ill to leave homo. Wc undcrstan Amid the faithless faithful only they -unshaken unscduced. I rora long time whcit and oats which cicntl v numerous : and the raising of cattle ill to leave homo. Wc understand the Judge !. . :i; :.ii r o-...t. I . i ..... . ' e mancu im'si. Hia-iiiiiLiiu yiem mru ouum-: even in mis country is a orancn ot agncui-t will s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 June 1845

"PjPJifjpxS?5 f jlMJ from C.'umb-rs' Uthnburg Journal. WE ARE GROWING O'.I). BY rnxNcis BROWNE We are growing old how the thought trill rUe "When n pUncc x lackn:rl erst On cra: lore; renumbered pot that lies In the sile nee of the past; It mar be theihripeof our early vows Or the tomb of our early tear. Rut itseenishkea farotTisle la us In the stormy seas cf years . Oh wiJe and wild aie the wa-s that part. Our steps from its greenness now And we mis the joy of miny a hear: And tho light of many a brow; rcr deep o'ernany a stately bark llave the whelming billows rolled That steered rr'.th us from that early mark Oh friend- we are growing eld. Old in the di-nn:ss of the dast Of our dai'y toils and cares Old in the wrecks of lore and trutt Which our burdened memory hears. Each lorm nay wear the pacing gaze The bloom f life's freshness jet Ard beams mcy br qh'en our latter da j "Which the morning net er met. ' l.ult.h thechanpes ivc hare seen In the fjrar.4 winding waj The rraves in ou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 June 1845

c THE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZF.-THF. STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PORPRIETOR. VOL. 3. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS JUNE 28 1845. NO.26. ' C j' TERMS : The Northern Standard is published eTery SsturJay upon a large ize imperial she el. It will be furnished to subscribers at St per an- num in advance fire dollars at the end of six monliisorsix dollars at the end ol the volume if j paid in cash; in Trade or rrouuee u win ue me dollars in advance six at the end olsix monlhs.or scren at the close of the volume. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per snusre for the firM insertion and fifiv cents for each subsequent insertion if paid in advance. If one iveck is allowed to elapse wiUioutpayment.fift- ty percent will be added to the charge and alier. mx months lK0 dollars per square will be required. Ten lines or under will be conMilered a Mjuare. One line oter a square will be considered two; over twenty lines three &c. Yearly advertis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 June 1845

as to Oregon donate 640 acres of land lo each settler nil! the Constitution of the U. S. make thrm pay all tha expenses of our war and the maintenance of our indepen- dence in the face of a positive contract to the contrary because she did so for all the other States! Must eery citizen of every State baveadomtiun of 610 acres of land to make ibim crea vi'h the Oregoas? Ridiculous I Finally will the Constitution of the U. S. make roiJ a plain written contract between two independent Nations? if so what pail will it nuke void ? and what part leave val- id 1 If it destroy the conditions of the con- tract it will destroy the contract itself. One cannot stand without the other. So then if the Constitution destroys the conditions the annexition itself is destroyed; and alter all the noise and contusion by which dema- gogue have been accumulating political cap- ital we shall find ourselves exactly where we stood in tha Republic of Texas. Gentlemen can take which horn of the dilemma they pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 June 1845

ikcsKjV( instructed to press upon their attention that. if the people oi Texas should determine to put an end to the separate existence of the country the Executive solar as depended upon his official action musland would give immediate and full effect to their will. The circumstances which preceded and ltd to an understanding with Mexico have tnui been stated ; ana the peop'e speaking through their chosen organs will now deter- mine as they shall judge right. But in the meantime and until their pleasure can be lawfully and constitutionally ascertained it is thft duty of tba Executive to secure to the nation the exercise of choice between the al- ternatives of peace with the world and Inde pendenceor annexation and its contingencies and lie has therefore to issue the following proclamation. Whereas Authentic proof has recently been Jaidbifore me to the effect that the" Con- gress of Mexico has authorized the Govern- ment to open negotiations and conclu-ie a treaty with Texas subject...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 June 1845

Y 13 o r t r 11 . THE RIVULKT'S DREAM. FBOtt THE CEKMAN" Or SOMS30DV A care'en rillivas drcamin; One frserant sumraernight; It dreamed a star lay glaming With heavenly looks cf light Soft cradled on iis'own pare breast That rose and fell and rocked to rcsr With lulling wave its radiant guest. In silent beauty jjleaminc. And iike a lute's tow sighicg. The rill sang to the star "Why comest thou fondly flyitij. From tlio'e blue hills afarl AH calm and cold vriihoit thy ray I slept the long darknfcht away Ah' child of heaven . forever stay !' No sweet sice rose replying. 'Oh glorious truant t listen' Wilt fsld thy shining winjs Thst softly glance tfid glisren The uhlle tlie wavelet sines Wilt dwell with mel 111 sire thee flowers. Our way shall be through balmy bowers. And son; and dance thall charm the hours My stir-love ! dost thou-listen t ''No gorgeous garden blossom In rejrril graca and bloom May pour upon my bosom Its exquisite perfume; But 1 may wreathe with wild flowers rare That...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 July 1845

----- .. V - SP "IT " "' "-T ' V -v? 1 J THE NORTHERN STANDARD f. CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS JULY 5 1845. NO.27. VOL. 3. J a c iC TERMS: The Northern Standard is publWicd every Saturday upon a Urge size imperial sneet. It will be furnished to subscribers at 54 per an- num in advance fhe dollars at the end of six months orsix dollars at the end o( the volume if paid in cash; in Trade or Produce it will be five dollars in advance six at the end of six luonihs.or seven at the close of the volume. Advertisement: 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 week is allowed to elapse without paymcnt.fift- ty per cent will be added to the charge and aiier. mi months two dollars per square will be required. Ten lines or under will be considered a square. One line over a squaie will be considered two; orer ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 July 1845

7' 4" ?. fiLwwwji .. "riTii.j.. rc-a these claims that live in Texas say they will jwith disgust? They certainly would. Hon HAH litis however may not be "degrading" tolihe subject of Annexation passed by the A-Scould realize a larger profit from the culture j 'J' Jj c JJ Q. 1 l II e I'll S t II 11 ll a V ll . remove to some oilier "state and coinmenceflmuch better then is u wnen ensconced in thegan abolition Editor (as I presume him of ihejjmcrican Congress. For this purpose theBof this article than in the culture olcottonl suit uilhe United States Court and there isf word -'cede" or "ceding" without any othciETcIcgraph io bu)asit ism favor ofhis ownRpresent extraolinary session ofthc Con"ress!lat six cents a pound. The lands on the? n fair probability oftheirsuccess.becausetluygoquivalpnt ? It is virtually the same thing.gpartv. itMII nnt ha nn-iann4 I... - I...... U n IB 1 1 j nln tiinriitn i. aot .in l . r. . !. t.l !..- J 1 1.1 C. ! . e-Bi i i t -i LB . . i l f "' "- b"c"tu ai u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 July 1845

' 1 KariiWfrmacpsrfirjprf'i"-W! mm: ttmm CHEAP CAS II S.T ORE. JUST RECEIVED direct from Kewg Yolk Philadelphia Baltimore amlNcw Orlcansbyg thcclcraenisaud a large portion of tho tacili-Itoivn three yearsago. had the name abroad; den gust of wind came up bringing with itiiarkt tics for prosperity. .particularly in oilier sections of this countrv.Scloud5 inaical'lTe of immediate rain. The asscnibl-jj Ever since the navigation onencd. ir0dBf !; Vl.. l !. 1 . ".iHSB weaialelj betook themselres to ihe residence! 0 ID- ---.- 0 J w . 4... 4.4 4.... ukuj . - . . I...I I 11 J H ' ' have come in of every arrival at our land-lfour months residence in it ice sav that it is asS ....... ...1 ' .. t.i. . . . 1j ... ' .'. gStcamcrs Col. Harney Frontier Revenue Hemp- . . - n -iioiiuic tain hiii; un. auua men .urn inuim n . j .. n rni . i . !. i ing; and the goods now on hand and thoselhcalty a place as there is in this lpubliclnouhowcr it waS; thrice welcome to the parent? V ? .vi .1 j mi 1 1 . B ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 July 1845

11 If i Almost every afternoon when the weath- er is pleasant an intelligent-looking brisk- moving singularly dressed old gentleman may be seen pulling for the long bridge like Peter Schimmel after his shadow smil- ingtoeery greeter and gazing about him with an eye as insatiate as tha of the tea eagle on an ocean craig. Having reached the bridge the spectator beholds him with astonishment change his walking stafTinto a fishing rod with itKklo complete and after taking from hUPqiaciouj breeches pocket a tobacco box filled with angle worms Ed himself on the rough pier and bob with oitonishing patience for any thing below from a bull minnow to a ponderous cat fish. As the looker-on beholds an interesting gentle man of the old school :drcsed in rusty black with low crowned bat. and silk stockings and knee breeches chewing the quid of especta-j ed the knowledge of the Executive from tion and spiinging up with the alacrity of various sources of information unofficial in- youthat every bit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 July 1845

THE NORTHERN STANDARD CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE-THF. STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL. 3. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS JULY 12 1845 NO.28- TERMS: The Northern Standard is published every Saturday upon a Urge sire imperial sheet. Ii will be furnished io subscribers at S4 per an- num In niU-ance. fie dollars at ihe cad of six months.orsuc dollars al the end of the volume if paid in cash ; in 1 race or r ruuuic u niuwuic dolhrsiu advance six at the eud ol six ruonths.or seven at the close of the volume. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar nrr sniiire for the first insertion. aiid fifty cents for each subsequent insertion if paid in advance. If one week is allowed to elapse without paymenUifi- ty per cent will be added to the charge and after mx month. two dollars per square will be required. Ten tines or under will be considered a square. One line over a square will be considered two; ver twenty lines three etc. Yearly advertisements not excee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 July 1845

) I'- ; staled to rest the question tin the joint reso- lution as it came from the House of Repre- sentatives which contains propositions com pteic and ample is an overture to Texas and which if adopted by her. places the re union of the two countries bejond the possibility of defeat. Republic of Texn charged ad interim with the direction ofthe Department of State has the honor to acknowledge the receipt of the tentiary and Envoi Extraoidinuy ofthe Go I moments he would be united in Heaven v.uh vernmentot Mexico Texas is still claimed ' his beloved wife who had tono before him film.. -.nJ a few intimate friends who were presu.t." Thus ha? pised from the stage of life and by the litter as one of its departments and that' Amongst the last things he sud was that Ins note addressed in him under dite ol the 3 Is1 belligerent measures are threatened to main sufferings troiijh g'eat wtrc nnthli:; in' gone to hi "long account' a man who for ultimo by (he Hon. .Mr. Uotit Ison Charge tun this...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 July 1845

"v & ;' i I The Northern Standard. CLARKSV.LLE SATURDAY: . : J UlT'iT 184.- "CrBecf.Tallow.U'ood Hid Oats will be receiv- ed in paymeul 'r dues to th.3 office or for new subscriptions ifdelivered immediately. KT Those subscribers who were to p3y us in 0I is a" "r oi -.upenor .itlainments. h.iv- "Wheat are requested to deliver it as soon z pr.-.c-' 1112 been educated in this countrv. The dil ticab.e." Wc arc indtbttd to the llonor.ible G. W Wri"ht and the Hon David S Kaufman for public documents which wo will place bcfoic our readers next week. The editor of this paper mil bs absent bf' - .. . . fnrn fliaHfit nl nnhll.-llinn nn rii i..r ia j- i r l. f-- t - Council of the Ghickasaws at Fort Washita. T .. . He will endeavor while there to ljlean some ... . . . i-in'Ur ?hli-n mv inlnmH hii Min.L. .u..ba .... .. iniwivuitlio HUWC13. We are informed that the Senate took ae-j The entire country is in a political erm- tion on the Mexican treaty or the proposed . tnt. A strong ftelin? i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 July 1845

Jr V ) 13 o r t r j . AN HOUR AT THE OLD PLAYGROUND. I sat an hour to-day John Beside ths old brook sticaii Where we were school boys in old time When manhood was a dream; The brook is choked with fallen leans The pood is dried away I scarce bclicre thai you would know The dear old place to-day. The school home is no more John Beneath our locust trees. The wild rose by the window side No more waves in the breeze ; The scattered stones look desolate. The sod they rested on lias been ploughed up by Granger hands Since you and 1 were pone. Th: chesnul tree is deed John And what is sadder now The broken grapevine of our swing Hangs on the withered bough ; I read our names upon the bark And found the pebbles rare Laid up beneath the hollow side As we bad piled them there. Beneath the grass-grown bank John I looked for osr old spring That babbled down the alder path Three paces from the swing ; The rashsR grow upon the brink The pool is black and bars And not a foot thistnany a day It set...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 July 1845

- at . THE NORTHERN STANDARD yCHAS. D MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THR BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR itfo.30. VOL. 3. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS JULY 26 1845. VJ- '2f CORRESPONDENCE. Conchuied J Mr. Donelson to Mr. Allen ) Legation or tkk U k ited Stat . ) Washington. ( Texas) June 131845 Tk- .... 4..i..w.....J rk.. .. .1 . fT.... .if Ida tt..:... o...... .... A.. u... ."' .- .!. i.minnrnUnn i ah.... ... .i... ...l-o..l WW WBM-. IIH ... tlUMUl IU III.... ...w... obiecuons which exist' to the nr.mnsals "on- tamed in the Jo.nt ReoI..iion or tne annex- ..:. .. ... rT..: ... .. . uuuu Ul 1 VAiIS IU IUC-L.-1. lull UI1U IU ..... .- penses which uie insrpaiable from hi-r c f.nl nr.n an.. j tr. eit. ..in nt tlt.c. nrrtl.Otll ltwasthooti-cfjlthe uud.rsigiitd h.n'nfas vU"c" have been borrowed and expen be first pre.ent.-U the lUsoIutioii u shewtla l0 alvanre thecause ol liberty au.l Hide is well as those ol 1 ex is. it w.ll ol cours- propru'tv of adherinj to ns first and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 July 1845

k I- r. V hare no remedy inhmiun aid as it i; natu- ral to b-3 rasrcfful to such as have been rob- bed of all claim to the consideration of socie- ty except th it which pity exacts or the for- loin'and bruised daughter of sin? 8ince writing the above we irarn that Pet- ti way was still alive although in much pain last ereninij and that there was tome reason lobcliere he would finally recoTer. The girl is confined in a room at the watch-house iri'B iroine slreeL Should Pettiway be pro- nounced out ot danger she will probably be allowed ti ro out on hail at once. Much sympathy i minified for her in all quar- lers.and we have understood thalany amount of bail could be made up fur her immediate- y N-'M O PiCHtfU-ie 1 The Northern Standard. CLARKSV1LLL SATORDA Y:.:JULY 2 G. 1845. JT B-ref Ti'.l ' and Wood will he receiv- ed inpayment f-rduesto this cthce or for new subscriptions if delivered immediately. C3"Thise subscribers vrho mere to pay us in Wheat are requested to deliver it n soon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 August 1845

THE NORTHERN STANDARD 9 CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR- CLARKSVILLE TEXAS AUGUST 2 1845. NO.31. VOL. 3- as Vjt! 7 JJoctrji Our readers many of them may remember an .extract published a short time since in our paper from the 'Lowell Oflericg' headed "The "Wast- ed Flowers." In the Savannah Georgian we find the extract rendered into the sweetest poesy by one of Georgia's gifted ions Judge Charlton" of Sa- vannah. South Carolinian. "BRING BACK MY FLOWERS." A child sat by a limpid stream And gazed upon the tide beneath Upon her check was joy's bright beam And on her brow a blooming wreath; Her lap was filled with bluhins flowers And as the clear brook babbled by She scattered down the rosy showers With many a wild an 1 joyous cry And laughed to sec the mingling tide Upon its onirard progress glide And time Dew on and flower by flower Was cast upon the sunny stream But when the shades of ere did low'r She woke up from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 August 1845

V apply as li to suilsa'rcndy pending .-islho-e here" alter to be brought. l Sec. 6. E it further enacted That this act take c&sct frjsii a:ij after its passage. JOHN M. LEWIS Speaker of the House or Rcpi. JOHN A. GREEK. riPMOttit of the Senate fro lem. Approved June 23:h 1R13- ANSON JONES. JOINT RESOLUTION Tendering to General Aadicie Jacksonlhc Inlulc cf .a nation's grrlitufc. Whereas by the i:ia:.y valuable ami important services rendered throughout a Ion; anil useful lifc.by Major General Andrew Jvcksov to the causeofciiil and religious liberty he justly en- joys and is entitled to the lore and admiration of all his sp cits Therefore. Itrttk&i ly ths Senate an.1 House rf Representa- tives of the Republic if Texas in Confess asscm tied That in the imiiic and in tho bcluifof the peo- ple of the Republic of Texas we hereby lender to General ANDREW JACKSON. tixvnfcizcdpal itv.de afaauliort. lie il farther renlrl TIM the President or the Republic cf Texas is hereby requested ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 August 1845

THE NORTHERN STANDARD 0 CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR- VOL. 3. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS AUGUST 9 1845. NO.32. :i JJoctrii HOPE FOR THE BEST. Oh ! why should we ever be shading Moments of parting with paint Though the roe we hare cherished befadin; Time will bring roses again. Though Tate our destinies sever- Though for a icason deprcst Trailing in Proridcnce ever. Still let us hope to be blest There ia slarjust above us Shining for happier days; There is a spirit to love us Beaming beyond the star's ray. DEATH AND THE YOUTH. BT MISS LAXDON". Not yet the flowers are in my path Trie sun isin the skj; INTot yet myheaitii lull of hope I cannot bear to die. Not yet I never knew till now How precious life could be; Mv heart is full of love no Death ! 1 cannot come wi:Ii thee! But Love end Hop enchanting twain Passed in their falsehood ty; Death came again and then he said "I'm ready now to die !" HOME CORRESPONDENCE. Maj. De...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 August 1845

V - V y- this State shall bo exercised except by the General A$scrnbIyor its authority. 22nd. To guard against transgressions of rthe high powers herein delegated we declare that every thing in this '-Bill of Rights" is excepted out of the general powers of qov .eminent and shall forever remain inviolate; .and all laws contrary thereto or to tho fol- lowing provisions shall bo void. The Noith'cni Standard. C1.ARKSVH.LE. SATURDAY:::: A U G 9 . 1843. TEMPERANCE MEETIN' i. Jtj"Thefritiids of Temperance will meet on Saturday the 23rd inst nt the home of .Rev. Jjmei Sampson in Clarksville and march in procession to the Methodist Church when a suitable address will be delivered. Cf Want of room compels ila to lcacc out some oftbc reports of Convention Ccmmitl cwh"eh wc bavconhaud. We will ret them into onr next. Fuel Mexico. Thearrival of the Creolj from Vera Cruzfurni-bcs several itenu of interest. It is almost certain from the demjiWratioriv that Mexico will declare wat against the Unit...

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