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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 August 1845

TAN CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNElt BRAVE TIIK BREEZETHE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR- VOL. 3. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS AUGUST 161845. MM vQ i vy oo- THE NOR THERN A- - r MR. SHANNON'S ROBBERY. for each dMrict who shall hold their offices for ' ... two vcars anil the duties salaries and perquisites The scone Of his interview with them the of IheAttorncy General acd District Attorney shall robbers was some leagues east of the city of eh pcrscribcil by law. Puebla where the road not wide enough Str. 13. There shall be appointed for each . . u r . r.coaiilv. a convenient numlier if Justices ofthe for two coaches to pass runs for a quarter of Pcael; one si.criiT one Coroner and a sufficient a milcthrough a barranca or ravine cut like inuinlcr cfConstnb'cs who shall hold their othees a canal with perpendicular sides. Thestage was accompanied bv an escort furnished him by the Mexican Government. But a fi Cl moments before they entered the ravine the captain of '.he escort ro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 August 1845

ijhmi -"Kjt the returns of the Secntarv of tha Treasury lor the years 1S13 anJ IS II. the only data in their possession they arrive at the follovr- inr conclusion as to the probable amount of dirct and license tax for tho ensuing year the rates now e.-tab'.hhed by laiv. viz: Specific T.ix 319.7JG Ad valorem Pol! License From which deduct 4000 5000 51492 4 000 exn for ajjesm anJ collecting.- Balance 57.192 Tho (JorRm.uci! uosU ri marie !.- ltint lnc- specific on most articles on which specific tux is laid is equal to about one fifth of one per ccntaud as we uiil proluhlv adopt an ar- ticle in our Constitution requiring that fixa- tion shail bear Equally on nil kinds of p"op- crty it v:II be neccsstrv oral least proper to raise the tax which is now only one tenth of Oise per cent to on ; filth of one prr cent to produce the contemplated equality cfmation. This from the best calcul ition we can nuke would augment our revenue alioul eighteen thousand dolhrs which nJJ.I to 317.492 would ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 August 1845

S T A N D A R 1) ADVERTIS 1 N GV SHEET Vj "s as m& r s ;-? . ow . iv zy. .- ! jkijmii rji iVii.aw.Si r -?i &'JZJi&L :kp c-W. -T js?" l t ?$3C- u -atv efwr J&r f ri-kj jv professional Qtovcxtlsmtnt LAW ASSOCIATION. B.R SMITH &J. F. JOHNSON. Having associated themselves together in the practice of the Law will attciid all the courts held in the jsKVeath Judicial District. All business en- trusted to their care will be attended to promptly and faithfully. Office Clarksvillc Texas 25 HENRY D. WOODS WORTH ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 20 Paris Lamar Countt. tf- JAMES S. GILLET. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 20 Paris Limar Count v If. JOHN TAYLOR. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will practice in the Courts of Fannin Lamar Red t River Bowie Harrison ; in several of the Counties on the Brazos in the Third District and in the Supreme Court. Will keep an ofrke at Marshall and also at Clarksville. March 26ih 1S45. P. J. P1LLANS. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Will attend the Courts of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 August 1845

i ) wr-aHtc: w - -rw-T ''-1 J I -.- -:J& NEW STORE. THE Subscribers having: established tha- sclves.in the Mercantile business at Clars- viile ofier to the Public a well selected assortment of Goods and have just received in addition to their former stock a suppl' adapted to tha scasen and to the wants of the Community. As they intend making this the place for a permanent busi- ness they assure all those who may feel dispomd to bestow upori them their patronage which thej respectfully solicit that as far ac good Goods Lsis Prices and liberal terms are a Consideraiioa tlss.t the' will exert the msulves to render entire satisfac- tion II. LITTLE & &). Clarksville June 50 18-15. No. 25 If NEW GOODS. The undeisigned is recoiving and opening in addition to his formerstock a largo and splendid variety of new Goods. He pledges himself t his customers and the public generally to give as r;ood bargains as any othsr c;tablihaeKt in the placs and respectfully tolicits sh examinatio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 August 1845

' If5- I- t "3. t i t JKW win nii--r.y- . ' - - "J m ToS S T A N'D: A . R: 1) A- DV.E'RT -I'i5 I N G Q T t - .. i? J Hi a-- " -. - "S ;'". v . i- - 3. - ft - - & - f i i r. r- . liSe :- ii &. J!i.1.t i44rs lKfWftfc- " l ---r-i tXYBM F.v Sfe t5SSi --7J hi ''--S - "-- -lVVvi-. '' H5X' .' L -T-E2-. - T-v iA!&eSSrh!l r irZzr v .f -t - iJ-r-" -r. i. ' -iV? ; iCJ MCC.e: z? -.uja:'.; tfK-aBjHp i: ;51? sr.nEL -5 -arBidBMc: -t --'!3?Lj'"i . e Aiftc-- teofessional SUtocrttscmcius. .LAW ASSOCIATION. B. P. SMITH & J. F. JOHNSON. ' : ...-. : Having associated themselves together in the .$-".: : practiee-ofthe Lair; -trill attend all the courts held ""-" in the seveath Judicial District. All business en- misted to their care will be attended to promptly and faithfully. Office Clarksvillc Texas. -25 HENRY D. WOGDSWORTH ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW .50 Paris Lamar County-. if. JAMES S. GILLET. sATTOUNEY"AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW : 20 - Paris Lamar County tf. '-.'.. 'JOHN TAYLOR. ATTOR...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 August 1845

--m v. -1' t A. kit X' 1ii?i" --5r - :W- .' ."? i:. - -V JP 5i 2G. Sfc'-. 5 as.? r SjBs ir ft & ... J S -WS 4fejSWpt -&: - " J2--Ziti& V -if7 : .)'. 'St - neXet: f-.-?: &"-. .P"- r 5Si''i--. 'ASf. o&:'as: -vs tfir--'riei. ! - - s5itMJ?i' .21 iS. - '- .. TJ7-'-"J--i.i5VCfr..- -' Ci?'. 3g?te&?i- Sn Z sSi.: jBSXCK S& HE t - A--'- -rjs&m "..5 ' --. sP NEW GOODS. . The undeisigned is receiving and opening in -addition to his former stock a large and splendid variety of new Goods. He pledges himself t9 his. customers and the public generally to jive as good bargains as any other establishment in the ' place and respectfully toiicits an examination cf hisistoclr nrevious to purchasing elsewhere - k WM.M' HARRISON. Clarlrsvillo J.nei21 1813 no. 25-rf. V V 'S -T A R HO T E L . ' CLARKSVI.LLE ''RedRiver County Tesa T5IE5TJ WM. WARU respecttuliy iniorms ms .jillllJL friends .and the travelling public that he has.open2d.U1e above new and spacious establish- ment ...

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

THE NORTHERN STANDARD Q CHAS. OE MO RSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL. 3. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS .NOV. 12 1845. N0.34. '' TPTJitc. - I - The NoktREBN SriKDVRO is published every Sa.lu?l7 uPon a & e imperial sheet. . It will be furnished to subscriber at 4 per an- num in advance' ft e dollars at the end of six onths.oraix dollars ja the end ol the volume if paid in cish ; in Jcde or Eroduce it will be five dollars in advance six at the end of six mohths.or seven at the close of (lie volume. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion.and fifty cent for each subsequent insertion if paid iu advance. If one week is allowci to elapse without pi) raenUift- ly per cent will bo added to the charge and after. ix months two dollars per square will be required. Ten lines or under" will be considered a square. One lino over a square will be considered tiro; ever twenty line diree &c. Yearlr adv...

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

resrBtaiivea shall at the several periods ofmaking I uchroumtraliea.be fixed by the Legislature and nr.H.-n..l --r. .- -i .! rii?ot towns cocerrirngToXlie number of free population in each; and shall not be Ins than forty-fire nor mere than ninety. Sec. 30. Until after the Cm enumeiatiop and appointment under this Constitution the following ball be the apportionment of Representatives a- eaongsl the several counties via- " Tie county ofMcntgomery ihall eject four Rep- rsientati.e. ; the counties of Bed River Harrison Nacogdoches Uarria and Washington shall elect three Representatives each; the counties ol Fan- nin. Lamar. Bowie Shefcy.Sa AHgustnettusk Houston Saeine. Liberty Robertson Galveston Brazoria Favette Colorado Austin Gonzales and Bexar two representatives each .Jthe counties efJeffcrson Jasper Brazos Milam Bastrop. Tra- vis Matagorda Jackson Fort Bend Victoria Refugio. Goliad and San Pjtrico one Represen- tative each. Sec. 31. The whole number of Seuators. shall at the nex...

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

m Tfce Ncrtkcri Standard. CLARKSVILLE WEDNESDAYNOV. 12184 5 D3 Wear authorized le announce James Boor- cikd Sstf as a candidate far Sanator for the Coun- Xw TSowM.Ked River Lnraar and Fannin. fW areinihoiized t announce N. D. Ems Kn.J aCaftdidite for Senator for the Diiirlct of d Hirer and Bowie. U3 We are authorized to announce Maj. B. C. 'Btcrras a Candidate for Senator lor the District cfRed Hirer and Bowie. Cr We are authorized to announce Blkjamin -Gooca Esq. as a Candidate for Representative for tl county f Red Hirer in ihe legislature of the State of Texas. . 13r We arc authorized to announce Col. B. H. Dubhaii aa a Candidate for Representative for the county of Sowie ia tie legislature of the State fTexas. 83 We are authorized to announce George F. I.awtoe as a candidate for County Clerk of Red Rirer County. IS1 We are authorized to announce A. J. Titos a a Candidate for County Clerk of Red Rir- er County. KJWe are authorized to announce Hu F Yncxcas a Candidate for District...

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

ria -- -t-t . i -r -y 'tt .. ' rrrv-:H.T'J5.- V- r . . U h IF f ?- I 03" England has been making inquiries through her consuls resident in the United Slates respect ing negro stavary Bare. Air. Walsli has seen the answers to these inquiries as they hare been tub initted In Parliament and lie say or thetn that "key report lhat the (slaves are w ell-conditioned well-tirated prolific long-lived all that the labor- ing-ciasses are not In isurope. Ladies' Tahiox?. The ladies of New York wear Ion? drecseand slippers. In Philadelphia hort dressc and bouts are fashion. In Boston "gypsev hats" are advancing and bis bustles are o ihe "wane. In New Orleans the "gypsey bat" except on children ii seldom seen among our char- wing laJUt. Slipperare-eenerally worn; hustle are worn ihe same a" before if anything increas- ed in size and extending in a larco number all round. A decrease in theptoporlions ot the latter article is expected about the (all or early in Hie winter as predicted by many fashi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 November 1845

NORTHERN STANDARD . -i . I. .'. j.- CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUIt BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR VOL. 3. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS NOV. 19 1845. NO.35. THE TERMS: The NouTntWf Standard is published every SaUrxltT' upon a large size imperial sheet. It will bo furnished to subscribers at S4 per an- num in advance fiie dollars at the end of six montlu.-orsix dollars at the end. ot the volume if paid in cash; in iraae orrxoautc u win uc mc dollars hi advance sis at the end of six monlhs.or uim at the close of the volume. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar ' r xnnsn for the first insertion. and fifty cents for uch sntxcouenl insertion if paid in advance. If oie week is allowed to elapse without paymentfift- ty per cent will be added to the diarge ana alter six months two dollars per square will be required. .b linn nr nni.tr. will be considered a square. Om line over a square will be considered two; ver twenty lines three etc. Yearly advertise...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 November 1845

ma y in lite recess of the Senate respite the smtance until the end of the next session of ihn legislature Sec. 12 There shall also be a Lieutenant Govrrnor who shall be chosen at every elec- tion for Governor by the same persons anJ in the same manner; ccntinuanco in office for the same lime and possess the same qual- ifications. In voting for Governor and Lieut. Governor the electors shall distinguish for whom they vote as Governor and for whom ns Lieut. Governor. The Lieut. Governor shall by virtue of his office be President of the Senate and have when in committee of the. whole a right to debate and vote on all questions and when the Senate is equally di- vided to give the casting vole. In case of the death resignation removal from office ina- bility or refusal of the Governor to serve or of his impeachment or absence from the state the Lieu. Governor shall exercise the pow- ers and authority appertaining to tho office of Governor until another be chosen at the periodical electi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 November 1845

thii systsrn'into this country ? lie has him- se'.Veon how total a failure the (unking sys- tem Hat proven fa agricultural countries Where are the banks of Illinois anJ most of the Ohio banks? Where is the Alabama State Bank sustained by the credit of that wealthy state? Is it not always at a miser- able depreciation ? Where are the agricul- tural and proparty banks of Louisiana all of those which were not based upon commercial-capital? Where are the Mississippi banks? Where the Arkansas bints 1 These banks were established for the ac- commodation of agricultural communities afford them something they had not and which it'was vainly thought that the confer- ment ofaname and prettily engraved paper would give them. Has it done it? Flu it not brought bankruptcy and ruin upon in- dividuals and the chame and siu of repudia- tion upon States? Did it not create for prop- erty fictitious value and did it not let it down again lower than at first. creating con- fusi n in all the clannelt of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 November 1845

JJoctrji Trorn Madcwo&l's Magazine. THE RISING OP THE VENDEE. It u a Sabbath rooming and sweet the sum. mrr air. And brightly shone ihe summer sun upon the day of prayer; And silver sweet the village bells o'er mou.itand valley toll'd. And in the church orSt. Floren were gathcr'd young and old When nulling don the woodland hill in fiery haste was teen. "With panting steed and bloody spurt a noble Anerin. v And bounding on the sacred floor he gave hii fearful cry : Up up for France ! the time it come for Trance to live or die ! Your Queen is in ihe duugenn; your King is in his go re; O'er Paris waves the flag- of death the fiery Tri- colour; Your nobles in their ancient halls are hunted dem- and slain. In convent halls and holy shrines the blcod is pour'd like rain. The peasant's vin is rooted up his cottago given to flame. His sun is to the scaffold sent his daughter sent to shame: With torch in hand and hate in heart the rsbel host is nigh. Up up for France the lime is come for...

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

THE NORTHERN STANDARD 3 CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHAM. OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR VOL. 3. CLAKKSVILLE TEXAS NOV. 26 1845. NO.36. TERMS: The NoamsKX Stmkdabd is published every Wedncsdsyupon a large size imperial sheet. It will be furnished to subscribers at SI per an- mm in advance fire dollars at the end of six aaonthsorsix dollars at the end of the volume if paid in cur; in Trade or .Produce it will be five elellars in advance six at the end of six monthsor . mvcd at the close of the volume. W Advertisements mil be inserted at one dollar tir square for the first insertion and fifty cents for aeh subsequent insertion if paid in advance. If aevreck is allowed to elapse without payment .fift- j per cent will be added to the charge and after six months two dollars per square will be required. Tan lines or under will be considered a square. Ob line over a bquare trill be considered tivo; vet twenty lines ibree &c. Yearly advertisements no...

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

MEETING OF THE CLARKSVILLE B A K. At a meeting ofthe Clarksville Bar held on the 20.h inst . caused by the recent death of Rurus Ito Clark Esq of Paris La- mar County who died in ibis place on the lltb inst: the obicct of the meeting was inada'kiiotvriiy the following address pro- nounced by J. W. Latimer Esnu'rei Gentlkmex It becomes my piinful duly to announce to you :he death of q member of our associa- tioa. Since we last met one with whom w e usedtominyle. and who sustained to us the endearing rslalinns of friend and associate has been sailed by the Great Author of his being !o the -Spirit Land." Our friend our brother. Rufus K. Clark is no more ! His spirit has flown to that bourne whence no traveller ever returns and his body rests soundly in the solemn recesses of the grave. All that is reft us of hint is the memory of those many virtues and noble qualities of heart which so highly adorned his life and which bound him. to our hearts by a thousand tender ligaments of love and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 November 1845

The Northern Standard. CLARKSVILLE WED'NESDAT.NOV.261845 Cre are authorized to announce Wsi. B. Stout as a. Candidate Tor Representative foNhe county of Red Hirer in the State Legislature. S3 We are authorized to announce Col. Jakes Gilliam ait candidate for Representative of Red River county in the State Legislature. S3 We are authorized to announce Tuos.Wiz.- ilJON a a candidate for Representative of the County of Jlcd River in the State Legislature. K5 We are authorised to xnnouuer James Boor land Esq. as a candidate for .Sanatoi for theCnun-- ties ofBowieRcd River L mar and 1'aunin. ffT We are authorized to announce Maj. B. C. Bagbx as a. Candidate for -Senator Mr the District of Red River-end Bowie. 55-We are authorized to announce Benjamin Gaocu Fsq. as a Candidate for Representative for be county of Red River in le legislature of tha State of Texas. Q- We are authorized to announce Col. B. H. Durham as a Candidate for Representative for the -county of Bowie in the legislature...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 November 1845

o Poetry TREES. Like tbe lalcsl left of the bailie-spears In their ancient strength they stand; And thtj t'I us yet of the sylvan years When the forests filled the land Ere ever a hunter tracked the wood Or matiner ploughed tSe seas But tVe isles were green in the solitude Of their old primeval trees They have survived iheDruid's faitb ' And the Roman eagle's fall And the thrilling blsst ofthe bugle's breath From tbe Norman's kpightly hall : But the sun shines bright and tbe showers descend And the wild bird's home is made. "Where the aueient giants still extend The green of their summer shade. "We have seen our early winters ban? Their pearls on each leafless bnngh Arid greeting the buds of the waking Spring "With a joy we know not now ; For life bath its winters cold and luar But their frosts cin form no gem ; And the Spring may breathe on our hearts no more But it still returns to them. They are waring o'er our hamlet roofs They are bending o'er our dead And lbs odors breathed fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 December 1845

'&C -T- -' JTORTHERN STANDARD O CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THK BREEZC THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR --'3fa. w CLARKSVILLE TEXAS DEC. 3 1845. NO.37 VOI3. t I? -' .:!';: c "-. : -F 10 -. fc : - .-- TERMS: TheNoRTnE.N Standard is published every l CuQv3aajUnjil a taigc sue impti iui aurcn J- ...u... .. !.... ... .A....I t...At ItwlHbe furnished to subscribers at. SI per an- num. in advance. Ere dollars at the end of six nnnthi nrtir tn11r n flip ptiit nf the volume if i paid in'cislt; jnTradeorProduce.it will be five of the Union. dollars in advance six at the end ufsix tnunlhs.or I What name is it as we turn the pace of seven at theclow ofthe volume. I . . . . ". . Advertisements will be iuserted at one dollar- Toil in history from the first inhVllonol tier per square for ihe first insertion ami fif.y cents Tor' wrons 0 bc a5t note of triumph that swell- each subsequent insertion- ir paid in adtance. If n one week is allowed to elapse without nayi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 December 1845

-1 j.ru - - From fit Picayune of Nov. lOlh. FROM VERA CRUZ. . Thirteen Days Later from the Citv pk Mvxico. By the nrrival of the schooner Creole Desache master from Vera Cruz Whence she sailed on the 29lh tilt. we have lull files from the city of Mexico to the 25th October thirteen day later than we received by the Mississippi and Princeton. Among the passengers by the Creole are the wife and daughter of the braveunrortun- ate Gen. .Mejia It may be recollected that Gen. 41. was shot near Puebla by order of Sinia Anna. We learn verbally that the general im- pression at Vera Cruz when the Creole sailed was that alt difficulties bet'.veeti the United States and Mexico were in a fair way to be amicably settled. It may be that Mer- The papers of Vera Cruz are clamorous for the Government to proceed in the matter of the projected railrod betweep that port and the capital. The fear is.that unless thepresent opportunity of constructing the road be em braced foreign capitalists will not agai...

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