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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 November 1842

THE NORTHERN STANDARD. tin- 0 ? Che CHAS. DE MORSE VOL.1. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE. TERMS: The Norturk Standard U published erery Saturday at fire dollars per annum in advance. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion and fifty cents Tor each subsequent in- sertion. Yearly advertisements not exceeding oigbt lines will be inscJted for $30 per annum. Not exceeding twenty lines 830 per annum. Not exceeding fifty lines 850 per annum. Announcement oT candidates for office Slu each. Political addresses and obituary articles charged asadtcr- tisements. Personal altercations when admissible charged double the usual rates. No advertisement or any description inserted unless paid Tor in advance. All letters to the Editor connected with I he business of the paper must b post paid or they will not be received. KT Exchequer Bills received at par. AGENTS FOR THE STANDARD. Tsavis G. Wright P. M Pine Creek. Samuel M. Kcltom 1. M. Franklin I.amarCc. Wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 November 1842

l'On:iuy mid Irion Is. Alcohol can achieve what no- i"i.ig e'3 can do; it enn overthrow d-troy aunihi- hte the immortal soul. What else cin poison the .heart-auJ lift the arm against the innociit Yon may make a man a robber a murderer an enemy of Ins Km 1 but let him gn to his wite and child he is still a man Nothing Imt alcohol can destroy the chivalry of manhood-can raise the-arm of man against eble helpless iuaocent woman Hulking hut alco- hol can destroy parental fieling You may have a man suifenni: limn disease from poverty Irom crime and let Mm be m the imancdiatc presenc. of death and bruit; him the infant bound to him by the strong and in i iiiltible tics of j parent and still his feelings u ill b" drawn lo-him. Alcohol obliterates evervliaceof let nny man who has only been drinking a little just suffi-ie-ntlo disturb thelranqii Jity of his nerves cloud his reason and derange lor a lime the econo- my of his physical and moral system I say ju.sHit him quit it allogother for o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 November 1842

y Jjy wiars out his strength and life for the purpose of gaining a mere subsistence for himself and family or perhaps it selects one more fortunate who after years of incessant toil looks around him and with somewhat of complacency finds that he has a small arm with it may be a hundred acres under cultiva- n the rest the same vast lonely lorest that it was vben he first commenced upon it He is not yet a ich he is hardly an independant man ; his " life of life" his etrenqih and manhood are fast wearing away and premature age with hasty strides comes fast upon him ere he begins to enjoy what our Crea- tor intended should never be abused life. Wc trans- port ourself back to this our own fair land and select any one of those who have stcn scarcely a year amongst us. How wide how marked the difference! Not one year bus passed and wc see a nortion of the brosrf prairie and sufficient "timber" enclosed the nowT cotton ana yellow corn waving in the fields the well replenished barns of Wheat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 November 1842

.? ii & . ilortm. A WIFE TO HER HUSBAND. Tell mc net lh.it I must stav While thou & est far aiv.ir. For indeed I cannot b: Any where if not with thee. But whcrctcrUiou shall roam I will make :hy siJe 1113 home; With thee rove and wiihlhtc re;t Lesci.igcn thy gentle bica-l. A the i i v paMon-bou ml Cls-ps hcr'cherished elm around Folding it vv ith many a ring ; Soto ll-ce my locI cling. A' the ivy torn an ay Fkhh her sole supporting .'ay Drmpclh dieih; o mul I Scvircd from thec droop and die. O ' my huiband know'st thou n-1 That tl.c Lo-d hath linked our lit 1 And whatever is thy fate. Mine shall not be separate. B. ATTLE OF ALGIERS. BY AN OtFICEn. ENGAGED. The Lcamlcr fitted for the flag of Rea'-Admiral Milne was at Spiihead in June. 1816 when Lord Exmouth arrived with a squadron from the Mediter- ranean where a dispute between the Dey of Algiers and his Lordship in -consequence of a massacre that took place at Bona on the persons of foreigners then under the protection of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 November 1842

RTHE STAN DARD I US Mm W II jLmjii''jK3srTKmmymmmm: srsn53 Foatsv-sw . CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHAM. 0VI1 BANNER liRAVETIir. BKFXZE Till'. STANDARD OF THE KI'.EK. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR- VOL. I. CLARKSVILLE NOVEMBER 26. 184 o NO. 12. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE .MOUSE TERMS: Tin Northern St.vnii.vkd is published every Saturd.iv at fire eloilars per annum in advance. Advertisements ill be inserted at one dollar per sipiaie fur th? first insertion and fifty ccnti for each subsequent iu- tcr.ton. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be ir.sCJtcd for $00 per annum. Not execedta? tivmly Hue S30 per annum. Not cxceedinj fitly lines. SjO per annum. Announcement of candidates fur office S10 each. Political addresses and obituary articles charged -is adver- tisements. Personal altercations when admissible charged double the usual rates. No advertisement of any description inserted miles paid for in advance. All letters to the Editor contacted v.ith the bi'-dncss cf the paper must be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 November 1842

rr TMif it is positively bad where t'.ie tree is to be planted jcomp and come quickly you uau oetter remove it elsewhere and substitute a couple or more cartloads of good golden soil. Vegetables like animals must have proper nourish- ment or they cannot be expected to ihiivc well. Those who wish to see their young trees grow wi h ten times the usual rapidity may easily be gratified if they will be nt the trifling expense of preparing the soil for the space of four or five feet in diameter and twice the usual depth by making it equal io the fin- est garden would before plaining them. It is both a waste of time and money to plant trees and keep them in what is termed sod land." A "young orchard (upon the same soil) will advance more rapidly in five years if the land is kept under cultivation than it would in ten if the close turf eve- ry whero cover the soil. Where a young orchard must be kept in gross for man-years a circlc of some six or seven feet in diamrler should be kept loose a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 November 1842

if FOR SALE fiO 000 ACRES P LAND in nnll and well AJ vf j W vj vy selected tracts embracing a varictv cftlic best .irnbcred upland prairie and riverbottem Apply lu C. It. JOHNS. DeKalb Bowie County. II. D. MASON Boston l. 31. rice Nor 25 1812. 12-tf BRICK .MAKING LAYING. &c. rpHE Subscriber begs lcvc lo announce liniiscll to the JL citizens of Red River District as a thorough bred brick maker an J layer having had constant practice at the business ina'J its various branches for IS car in nearly all the prominent cities of the "Western ami Southern States. Tl c Jollowmg are his prices for the different kinds or work . Chimney with one lire place 75 con's per foot in height $5 00 extra for additional lire places. ' Foi building a liou-c $2 50 per thousand by measurement allowing 21 brick lo the square foot. txiras cigni men arch SI 00 twelve inch arch So 00. Circular arches and others the same. Mouldinr. setting and burning 20000 brick. S3 00 per lint.....! llWOOjl l?rt rtfl .1 . ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 November 1842

Poctrii. 7 "or the Xortern Standard. THE REFORMED TOPERS FAREWELL ADDRESS TO HIS UOTTI.K. " The last chum is broken That bound me to thec Ihe word 1 liarc jxiVcii T1..U rendeisriefrce." The uiM diiatn has icii'hcd The fund pcll " "tr 1 Le smile I hcte rhelished Shall lure me no mere. 'I ho' t ft I Inv c s ouphl thee. To d row ii niy rest ct The curse thou hastv.ronght nc I nt'er can forget. Jly vounsi'.-ra'n nf gltdncss. With flowers bedecked "iou'ie cl anctd into sadness Mj riud hopes joii've wrttktd l'foin lliefulnic Ibrrrotv No blight beccm guide; Mr lift's balk of sorrow Floats en wi'h her tide. Tho fate may decree- mo To ; wruith and pain No !iicrd-!iip shall hire me To tas't thee-again "I i.o' tl c fuliuc betluudid From beauit and bloom The past is enshrouded "With thv fatal g'uini. "Oani-t mi-m'ri's. intrusion Thy Lethe is Tain. SiiH deef-t eonlu-ioii i Vr d oil tlij :cijn. ir liu-ttd a).! never Thj smile I've found true ! V.Tc part nnd?rfr'r F rtieradtiu ' ' "W-rren Oct ls-1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 December 1842

35 I THE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR VOL. I. CLARKSVILLE DECEMBER 3 1842. NO. 13. Pr I PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE. TERMSt The Northern Standard is published every Saturday at fire dollars per annum in advance. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square. lor the first insertion ana nity cents lor each Milscqnent m sertlon. i Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be insetted lor tsiw per annumi Not exceeding twenty lines S30 per anntim. Not exceeding fifty lines- j-SO per annum. Announcement of candidates forotlice S' each. Political addresses and obituary articles charged as adver- tisements. Personal altercations when admissible charged double fhe tisual rates. Noadvpaisemeat cf any description Inserted unless paid "forrTaavance. All letters to the Editor connected with the bnincss of the yaper must be post paid or they will not be received. Cf Exchequer Bil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 December 1842

literary men. Every person of common feeling would deplore the poverty and difficulty of such men and be disposed to judge lightly of the cause for the sake of the talent and the suffering; but every one must at the same time be sensible that the evil could have only been avoided by one thing the exertion of a ratio'nal 3egrec of prudence. The lNoiihcm Standard. clarksvTlle saturday. - - - december 3. 1s-12 ET These" Subscrilcis uhu were :o pay in Hacun Pork Cera cVc are requeued lu send it in is icn aj risible. The Editor of this paper having returned from the West after a tulious and protracted journey for his family will in future be able to devote his time to the business which he has undertaken as the cm--ploymcnt of his life and endeavor by assiduous atten- tion to render the paper as attractive as possible to its readers. He regrets very much that during his absence the paper has intermitted its appearance on account of the severity of the weather "and the tin' finished state...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 December 1842

Siandek. li ii a)oor soul ilia1 cannot sun J sun- der. Nodccrm man can gel alonrj without it at least none that arc actively engaged in the struggle of business life. Have vmta !ail fellow in your em- ployment and discharge him he gees round and sl.in ders vou refuse another some very mo lest lioosi which he has a&kcri he goes round and slanders you- ltt your conduct be such as to create the envy ofsnotii cr he goes round and slanders you. Inline as wo jsniiijjefore; wc would not give a cent for a person who is not slandered it ihovvs that he is a milk sop or a fool. No.no: cam a bid name by a bad fellow. (and you can easily do so by correct conduct) it is the only waj to prove tint you arc entitled to a good one Tattler. The funds intended for purchases of cotton begin now to arrive direct from Europe. The ship Geor- gian Capt. Toole arrived yesfrday from Liverpool bringino $30000 in specie to J O. Johnson & Co This begins not only to look like business but as if ivc shall ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 December 1842

& 4 Wc yoctni. THE WORTH OF WOMAN. FROM THE OK KM AN OF S C II 1 L 1. F. K. Honored be woman she beams on llie sight Graceful and fair lite a King of light; Scatters around her wherevcrshe strays Roses of bliss on our thum-covcrcd wavs; Roses of Paradise sent from above. To be gathered and twined in a garland of love. Man on passion's stormy ocean Tossed by surges mountain high CVutls the hurricanes commotion Spurn at rcas-m's. feeble cry. Loud the tempest roars around liim Louder still it roars' within Hashing lights of hope conlotind him Stun willi life's incessant din." Woman invites him with bliss in her mile To cease from his toil and be happy auhile : "Whispering wooingly come to my bower; Go not in scaichof the phantom of power Honor and wealth arc illusory come! llappiacso dwells in the temples of home. Man with fury stern and savage PerseCHles his brother man Reckless if he bless or ravage Action action still his plan. Now creating now dcstioying; Ceaseless w ishes tear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 December 1842

- . THE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. OE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. & VOL. I. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE. TERMS: The Noxthmh Standard it published every Saturday at Are dollari per annum in advance oneven dollars at the end ol the v ear. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion and fift) centi Tor each subsequent in- sertion. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight iint will be insetted for $20 per annum. Not exceeding twenty lines- 830 per annum. Not exceeding fifty lines. S50 per annum. Announcement ol candidates for office S10 each. Political addresses and obituary articles charjed as adt er- tise ratals. Personal altercations when admissible charged double the usual rate:. No advertisement of any description inserted unlcs paid for in advance. EJ" All advertisements unlets the cumber rf insertions is specified will be continued until forbid and charged accord ingly. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 December 1842

- -v v 1 St' J This appropriation of six thousaml.dollars lawless in etery sense of the word of vour money my con- tiiiurnts years. othe hard earnings of your industry by the svcat of your brows was introduced into the Wyandot Treaty bill-by a senator Irom oouin vahu- lina cne of tiie field marshals of nullification irom lis first outbreak; one of the sturdiest champions lor the exclusion of your" interests from the National protection and onc-of the mosi;cloUcnt of the land- rabbins rfulJ-mvinrr Anslo-Saxon race scorching with thirst for the annexation ofTtvxas to tliis Union to rivet forever the chains orslaw-rynna to lundlhcm on you and your posterity forever It was introduced without law without estimates fromnny department without color or claim from any pretence of authori- ty for the expenditure. Yet the Senate adopted it in silent acquiescence. The bill was sent to the house on the day before the close .of the session. Thc-house nt once struck this item of "appropriation out...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 December 1842

? -- The-Trkatv. The. Treaty with Great Britain Laving been ratified by both the contracting parties and the ratifications having been cxclmngcd at Lon don oh tho 13th ultimo the customary official procla rntuion has been made by the President. Washington Spectator. On Dit. That Mr. Forward succeeds Gen. Cjss asMinister at Paris and that Caleb Cushing takes the placcofthe former as head of the Treasury Depart ment. Commodore Elliot has resigned his commission end the resignationhas been arccpted. The large amount of money taken from Monroe Edwards by the Philadelphia police has been restat- ed to the persons from whom it was fraudulently ob- tained. Heavy Damages. In the Circuit Superior court for Ohio county State of Virginia on the lGth lilt in the case of Dr.S. P. Hullihen against James Ale- Lure for slander the jury gave a verdict for the com- plainant of 83000. Two thousand fivo hundred persons have applied for the benefit of the Bankrupt Act in Maine and but iwoliundrcd in New...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 December 1842

"m i t t V . Poctni. The Jollowlns beautiful lines are supjwscd to have been occasioned by the burial of Major Sturgcs a member of the Texan Santa Fc expedition who was buried at Catnp Reso- lution "by the side of a lovely stream called Hard Timber Creek four hundred miles from any human dwelling save that of the wandering saage." They are by "Pbaxma'of the New Orleans Picayune. THE PRAIRIE GRAVE. lie will sluinbcrns nell and as soundly there As a piince in a banucrM aisle And his dust will as many true tear drops share As thi gorgeous marble pile ! No words to be read are oxer his head And no sculptural praise to save. Tie far.i of the t ilgrim pale and dead In his Isnely prairie gravel Bn: :he whimpering breezes wander there And they speak if the sly above him Oflhe starsih-il are there alt bright and fair I.iVc spirits that watch and love him. And a brifihl stream flows near his lose repose U'hile each slowly murmuring wae Beenis to hcr.re a sigh as it hurries by The grass gronn ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 December 1842

THE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. DE MORSE VOL. I. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE. TERMS i The NoaTBlRK StaXdard it published every Saturday at fir dollars per annum in advance uneven dollars at the tnd oi the rear. Advertisements will be inserted1 at one dollar per square for lb: first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent in- sertion. - Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be liseJted for $90 per annum. -No( exceeding twenty lines 30 per annum. Not exceeding fifty lines 50 per annum " Announcement of candidates for office S10 each. Political addresses and obituary articles charred s adver- 'Tbements. Personal altercations when admissible charged double the -usual rates. No advertisement of any description inserted unless paid fcr in advance. S3 All advertisements unless the nnmbrr cf irseriirns is specified will be continued until forb.d and charged : ceord- ingly. All letters to the Editor connected with the business of the paper must be postpaid or they will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 December 1842

)i The iNortlieTii Standard. CLARR'SVILLE --8ATURDAY - DECEMBER 17 1812. O Those Subscribed w were to pay in Bacon Pork Corn &e re requested w send it in as soon m poanble. : NEWS OF THE WEEK For six weeks we have been without a mail from the South-varf tire Texan new? by way of New Orleans is wol so late as we brought in person. We therefore knowndlhing of the military movements in thai quarter. From Fort Towson we received pa pcrs yesterday but they arc a week old or thcrea bout high water having prevented the receipt of the last mail due. The same cause prevents the receipt of the mail from the interior the Sulphur Fork being still about two miles wide. Wc have very carefully examined all the papers wc hare and present such itemsasareofintcrcsl; among which will be founda couple of articles from administration papers in New York city showing the disposition of the Govern- ment of tha United States to take a part in any impor- tant contest which may take plao- between Mexico a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 December 1842

s? The following notice we copy from a Calais Mo. paper r- "Take notice that 1. Margaret Warnock forbid the bonds of marriage tofnarry Ralph Scott and Hannah Sicraitas I havegotn claim on him." Scolding. I never knew a scolding person that was able to govern a family. What makes people scold? Because they cannot govern themselves. How then can they govern others ? Those who govern well are jjenorally calm. They are prompt and resolute but steady and mild. Money in the London market is worth 2 1-4 to 2 1-2 per cent. " To the Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons throughout the World: Whereas William P. Lkwis a Royal Arch Ma- son formerly a resident of this place has been guiltv of the grossest unmasonic conduct in basely playing ing the traitor to his adopted country and by pledg- ing his masonic word as to the truth of his false state- ments beguiling hisbrethrcn and companions in arms into a mock convention with the enemy delivering them into Mexican captivity: he receivinc from t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 December 1842

jportrj. SABBATH EVENING. ST OEOROE D. PRE N TICK. 'How tslmly sinks the parting nn t Yet twilight lingers still And beautiful a dreams of he&ven. It slumbers on the hill. Earth sleeps with all her glorious lMrgi Beneath the Holy Spirit' wings And rendering beck the hues above Seems resting in a trance of Ion. Hound yonder rocks the forest trees -4 la shadowy groups rcciinr - Like nnns at evening boned in pr;yer. Around the hoy shrine: And through their leaves the night winds blow Bo calm and still their music low Seems the mysterious voice of f rayer 5cft echoed oa the evening sir- Aod yonder western throng of c!ond Retiring from the iky 60 calmly more as softly slow They seem to fancy's eye Bright creatures c f a better spher Ccme down at soon to worship hers. And from their sacrifice f lore Returning; lo their homes above. The blue eye- of the golden sea The night arch floatiug high. The flowers that gaze upon the heaven. The bright streams leaping by Ars living with religion...

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