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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 June 1846

N a R THBRN ST AN ARB & . ".- '"-. Jt- LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVB THE BREEZE THE'STANDARD OP THE FREE. :has.demorse EDITOR ANDPROPRIETOR Tr-r NO-13. VOL- 4. CLARJKSVILLE TEXAS JUNE 24 1846. K i . - a H- INGLE COPIES ONE DdME. TERMS: rhs Northkex Standard is published every jnesday.upon a large me imperial sneet. will be furnished 10 aabscribers at &l per n- n m nt sitranre. fire dollars at the eSd of til n ntiis.orsix dollars at the end oi the volame if ji a in cash in Trade or Produce U wnl be fire A Jars m advance six at the end of six unmthar & ?cn at the close of the volume. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar r m fnr th firt tr.sprtion.aml fifty testa for - r oitwAnnrat inortion. if naidm advance. 11 . ae week is allowed to elapse without paymentAft- i per cent will be added to the charsf and artcr - months iwo dollars Deriroap-wlu be require Ten lines or under uill be considered a square. One (toe over a sqcare will be considered two. Yearly advertisemen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 June 1846

ft? though ht thinks that 'evetffborc out litis The ckira SgpcdJatUgcgs.'whiUtthe 'It iloeflinof appur-that ho Ss the taofcoT po the best. TheroTs-an.erroneus impression treaty-rfUtrinpnoscdlonflcctTt.'as ItticaUactionif as ether would be reficidts upon this subject eome where either with the part of Loaismn&;and beforo we hadacquTr- wore; but tho-ministerial newspaper the tant feet his reijrs toas oflcctingthe extentof onr cteim to wit:-the latitude of the source of the Columbia river he isander a niisap- r prehension. Hepulaitat 49 degrees. But! it is fer north ofthat. Ihs navigable bya noes to the three lorksabou? the latitude of &z degrees. How lar beyond that is its head spring I know not. Mr. GreenhowC in his work on Oregon a work marked with taUnt industry and caution has explained how this misappre- hension respecting the parallel of 49 degrees originated fie has brought forward proofs both positive and -negative to show that co such line was established by the treat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 June 1846

. .. ft SrBiso Advertising. Tho B aster Sfarj onthe subject of advertisingjhords ihe iWov ing language:- Nothing is more clearly settled or more universally admitted than that the best raon- y spent by a business roan is that paid for jjdveitUinj. The fact has been dernoostreiad ihrougbout the woi Id. Men will pay enough for ahandiome sign to embellish their stores for elegant windows and for oysters drinks cigars confectionary and nick necks to pay half a dozen years' advertising bills and ali without any benefit to their business.or them- stives toxompare with the advantages to be gained by free advertising. Hundreds ought Jo be paid where tens are ncv. if merchants would thrive and makemoney. It does not answer to dabble lightly in the mailer. A man might as well expect to wash his hands by dipping a fingertip in wa- iter as to give his business a sensible clean M by a little-advertiscment Tee true way nnd the profitable one u to pay for liberal advertising and then -use it. Keep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 June 1846

.4- ? From the ArWsaslffleliTgcneer. SUPREME- COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. December Tsnw; 1846. The United States PlainliSs! vi. "William S. Rogers. On a certificate ef division in opinion It- - Iween the Judge of the Cfrcatf Grl afA the United Stales far the District of At-. kensas. ' Mr. ChitLJastice Tantydeliverediheopin ion of tbe Coutt. Thi3 case has been sent here by therCir- cuit Court ofths Units d States for the Dis- trict of Arkansas und?a certificate of divis ion cL. opinion between the Jastkes of that Court. It appears by tba record that William S. Rogers a whiln man. was indicted in the abore mentioned Gourt for murder charged to haVcbeen committed upon a certain Jacob Nicholson also a white man in the country ooH'oceupied and allotted by the laws .of the United Stales to the Cberekea Indians. The accused put in n special plea to the in- dictment in which heavers ibal havisg been a citizen of the United Stales he long before the efience" charged is supposed to have been ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 July 1846

NOR THEM TANDARD A CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THF. STANDARD .OP THE FREE. EDITOR. AND PROPRIETOR YOL. 4. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS JULY 11846 NOl4. ft I h ti SINGLE COPIES ONE DJM-E. TERMS . The Nokthebn Stiniubd u' published every Wednesdiyupon a Urge size imperial sheet. Ii will be furnished to subscribers al 54 per an- cna in advance. Sie dollars attt-cd of six monlhs.orsix dollars al the end ol the volume if paid in cash ; mTradeor Produce it will ne ave dollars in advance lis at the' end of six monlhs.or seven at the close of the relume. " Advertisements mil be ln.sertel at one dojlar per squire for the first insertion aad fifty cents Tor each snbseouent insertion if paid in adrance. If une wplc i llfirn iilanre without t&VmetiUiU' tr percent wilt be added to the charge aad after. iay months two dollar per square win oz requires. Ten line or audi" will be considered a square. One line over a square will be considered two. over twenty iihes inree &t. Y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 July 1846

TEB ki i r arraUwocds having its left on the main rod- The right of oar array rested on tho pond Xand our left towards the laogula. After the line ' of battle had been formed Gen. Taylor Tode down the line and surveyed hiaJ coalman a Well might he be proud of pis little band and venture into a fight with the odds-of three to one against him Xmust confess I never saw such perfect composure and indifference in my life. Every man way as cool as possibly and had they been going to take dinner coaldnot have appear- ed more indifferent. As to myself ( never felt the least alarmed. I had as thorough conviction as man could have thai I should escape free of nil harm ; and though cf.en did the picture of home and the dear ones there rise up before me still I was convinced that Ishodd receive no. hsrmperbaps haven chance to win a. same and made myself con- tented. At this time Gen. Taylor had net the slightest knowledge as to whether the ecemy had any artillery or not The long prairie grass p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 July 1846

r 1 1 N f i ' .. COMMUNICATIONS. . Tofthe Standard MbEditor: 1 beg leae to trouble you again on lbs srnojeet. or rather tha improvement of the navigation ol Red River after which per- taps i ahal 1 cease to say more for fear peo- ple might suppose me to have as much raft ja -my head as there k id Red River. I bal! content myself with having given ay views on the subjict whether my pro- posed plan it or is not adopted; believing that what ever plin isse'ecud ii will bo done in good faith. With the hope that the ibest exercise of judgment had been applied. I doubt the policy of trying to remedy the channel through the Raft by private con tract supposiug myself a bidder for the con- tract would I come under the penalties of a heavy constitutional bond binding myself to do and perform certain things in a given time eminently responsible and arduuu in their characterunlcss I was strangely prompted by the hope of .reword? I do not think that any calculating man would risk the penalties of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 July 1846

P ottru. . Trost the Louisville-Journal . TO Sigh nol lady sigh not It is x weary thing Thai one so fair should sigh for care In life's-young springl Nay smile again dear cne--on or ' Ob sraoothe thy snowy brow Thou shottWjt not weep-but gently sleeprA Why weeput thou? Sigh nol lady sigh not! j So-few so short thy years Thou-hast-'hoi tfJaSed liio'sbiaer dinoght -Then why these tears? Oli-iady weep not thus we fain. Dear one vaoultTweep whh thee Ah why should one so fair and young So loUely'bd Sigh not lady sigh not Thy 'years are yet too few Fonhee to know the deep dark woe "Thou yet wilt rue! r$s sad to think ere many years Slay come raore bitter para-1-" A darkef cloud may yetenshroud Then smile again! Sigh not lady sigh not Thou never yet basf known One hour on earth to cEeektby rnirtb One biueroneJ ' ' ' And dear one when the hours drag by; And hope young -hope is gone Then thou wilt aigh naythoa vroaldMaic To'scipelhe niorni Sigh not lady sighoot When thy bright raven hair Is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 July 1846

THE NORTHERN STANDARD v -"' 5 b CHAS. O'E MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER ESAVE THE BEEEZE-TIIE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR VOL. 4. 'CLAEESVILLE TEXAS J CLY 8 1S46. - - - NO-15. - 1 4 if ' (N SINGLE COPIES ONE DIME. TSlHC The NoxTHERit StiMdardms published every eauesaayupanaitrxe uzc imperial sfireu It will be tarnished loaobsenbers atS4 per an- aura in ad ranee five dollars at the end cf six taonlhs.orsix dollars at the end ol the volume if paid in cask ; in Trade or Produce it will be hve dollars iu advance six at the end of si raoathsor seven at the cloe cf the volume. Advertisements will be in.erteJ at one dollar per square for the first insertion and f.y cents Tor each subsequent insertion i( paid in advance. If one week is allowed to elapse without payment Jift- tr per cent will be added ts the charge and after. six months tiro dollars per square will be required. Ten lines or under vill be considered a square. Oselineorera square will be considered two. orer twen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 July 1846

V. r BATTLE OF EESACA DE LA PALMA May 9 1346. Fort Polk Potxx IsiurL Slay 10 1846 Dcar Sir: 1. regret deeply tho delay lhat has occurred ta completing the narra- tiveofthe battle- of the 8ihnnd9th. This is the first moment I hare had of Ieisare& even now I cannot expect to do more than break ground in the scenes that occurred on the yth and trust to the odd moments lhat I may steal from business to complete the picture. On the morning of the 9th the sun rose bright and clear and with the first drum? our hardy soWiory sprung from the bed up- on the flaked prairie and even before parti- king of their soldier's meal of hard bread a small piece of salt pork and a cup of cold water cast an anxious hopeful dye towards the chaparral injheir (ront akng which the enemy had eneompedand when tho straining eye could discern araid the gray of the mor- ning the enemy's line aglow of exultation filled the cheeks of every one from oar bra veJ and heroic General to the lowest private in our rank...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 July 1846

Jl V .- Frw tUtJieto Orleans Commercial Times June 20. THE. OREGON QUESTION. Oar advices' 'from Washington states that The Senatewent again into Executive seasion on the. ilThlnsL to Jake into consideration the offers made by the British Government for the settlement of the Oregon Question. The precise terms of the propositions sub mitted by England cannot of coarse be as ;rtairl at present as the. subject is consid ered in secret session bat from all that we can gather they arc sobstan allvSthe same as mentioned yesterday viz: dhe 49th parallel of North latitude from the Rocky Mountains to the sea the cession of Vancouver's Island to Great Britain and the free navigation of the Colombia Threr until the expiration of the charter of lb Hudson's Bay Company in 1858. As every information bearing up on tbia important question is sought for with avidity we subjoin trie following letter from the Washington correspondent of the Phila delphia 'North American; which will be read with interes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 July 1846

.' r A V vi V A s 18-pOQ&! were m J t?oetr. 3TaR-SPAtGLED. BANNER. jjt r.-s. key zia. 01 say can yoaseet by ihe dawn's early !iKht What so proudly we'hail'd at the twilight's last gleaming Whose broad stripes and bright stars through iho perilous fight. O'er the rampartsjre waich'd ercso gaUanlly streaming? And the rockets' red glare the bo mo hurst ing in air Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there; O! say does Chat Star-spangled Banner yet wave O'er the land of the free and the home of then rave? On the shoredimly aea through the mist of the deep Where the foe's haughty host in dread si lence reposes "What is that vrfiicb the breeze o'er the tovr ering steep As it fitfully blows half conceals half dis- closes? .Now it catches the gleam of the morning's first beam la full g'ry reflected now shines on tha stream; 'Tis the Star-spangled Banner. 0! long nny it ware O'er the Iand-of the free and the home of the brave. And where is that band who so vaunlingly swor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 July 1846

SU.J-. E m N 'B T 1MB Aft D. CHAS. tJrT MORSE - Xq: 3 G SHA'LL OUR. BANNER BRAVE THrrBREEZETH&STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR.AND PROPRIETOR ? .. VOL. 4. feJLARKSVILLE TEXAS J ULY L5' 1846. iSFD 16 SC - X T t-w. ri-T It " V 1 ?os. john"t.mills. ORATION OF DELIVERED ON TIIK JTETit OP JVIT. t TI1F iicn n&VTLEUK. IS. We hare assetnbkd tog ether to celebrate the :. .ireraaryof American Independence lovre-131-e in tbat Libeir" which she memorable aet of n 4ibofJaJy 17?f aasiBtored to us. ToTaafas proud mention of the land and to offer oa Free- doms altar oar sacrifice to the Gftdof natieas for the long and uninterrupted continuance oloar ?ia- tional prosperity. From Maine to me wo uracnc irom mi Aitati- tie io tbe Pacific ire the descendants or oar patriet father! consregated fbra Kke purpose with oar- telrei. la every city Tillage awl haslet thro';B- -jt oar wine extended ceunirr. ine osa i ibb yaangthe etcran soldier of "thenars wbtoh tried mens souls" and the- mere youthful aspir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 July 1846

a... W$&wijj&$ffiv -a The Northern Standard. CLARKSVILLE V E QTST ES D A Y J U L Y 15 13 46 83 We arc aWhwiied to aMooste Chaki.es C- TVELtBOx.M a casSdaie for Colonel of 1st Regiment 2dUrt8delsiftlTi0TertMitttU. 5 53r Wefurnfsliear readers this week only a half sleet; but they have very aea-Jy as much reading nutter ausoal. We bare extludcd every advertisement that cI wait and put ia all the Ba3l3Tpe ia the office. J2f Out thanks are dae to Gen. Rose Hon. D S. Kaufsuk and Mr. J. G.Riusof Fort Tow-o-or public documents aad late papers. THE VIVA VOCE SYSTEM Wc present this week another number of 1'ente. He proposes Jo discus: ihe ques lien whether the ett c sjicae.iaereajai the virulence ol political feeling at the polls; laKtng Inmselr of course the neegative of ibef reposition. Tliis isa point upon which chiier party unless he had lived under the operation of both the ballot end the vita voce system conW teH Hale about. So far notvcvcr.as wc have been able to learnJvenlucty...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 July 1846

' I'm t . .. i v n a : . .1 I Sf i 7ifif7 if TtiCararSre'fF GOMMUNICATIONE The Northern Standard. CLARKSVILLE WEDNESDAY. JULY 22. 1846. NO. 17. ICWstre authorized to announce Chaslo C. Wclijiubx as a candidate for Colonel of lit Regiment 2d Brigade lit Division Texas Militia. The Or coon Question. Oar readers will set by oor extracts in to-day's pspar tha: this difikulty is finally settled. S3" Interesting letters from the Red Riv- er Volunteers will be found in to-day's pa- per. U3 The Oration of Mr. Latimer and the communication of ' A Tax Paying W tcr " hare both been receivedand shall have place as soon as possible. Cuuutsnitr Jut co ifiir. MAJ6X9KDKJME: Sia The fcifawiach lb result or the late elec- tion is Tfews eaaty: Ft Cmw Jesncx lyrd W. Gray 203. For 3 Eafrr-Joscph D Ulj i3iY. a. Da- vis 104. - Fox Distmct Cu-ax Bernard Hfil 82 J. A. lar 4i sunt Morton &i Willi 3 For Csc.TrrCias-Jeff.rK3o Coot 93-W-W. Hickey 39 Jcesc Cherry 63-Joha C. Gs- hagon26 E. Siauaen 14. Foa Ass...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 July 1846

REOM WASHINGTON. ' It is reel taxes "IYois rtcJVaJieaaJ InltUigenetT June 1 4. HE OUrE30N aUESTION r . SETTLED. Many of obr render will have seen be- " ifore report of the affirmative action of the Senate on iho British preposition for a settle- ment oC the Oregon conlroversv subrnillbd to that body for iu advice by the Presides! of Ibe United States. We now have ihe plsaa- ure of staling that they were jtorreet and that.tta Senate did on Friday evening .last ' hy a msjoruy l three-fourths ot tta mem : burs present advise ihe'President to conclude a convention with England for the adjustment olthe Oregon question according to the terms proposed bribe goremraesl of Great Britain miHjaid before the Senate. JUT tyeare rightly ujbrmed ibis proposi- lioD did not consist in "general heads raerelr of an arrangement lui was. in eSect the full draught of a proposed convection which draught was assented to by the Senate with onralteration. -In all probability therefore. a treaty conformable t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 August 1846

NORTH IW US CHAS. DEwUORSE - a. r. LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE. BREEZE THE STANDA'tfD'QF THE FREE EDITOR PROPRIETOR. - w w. r- - W H E BR-N STANDARD." A. s. M li i f k5 w VOL.4. :Yv GLAR-JISVLLLE TEXAS AXJG-CJST 8 1846. SINGLE COPIES ONE &.. 'IkiS. TERMS: The NoRTMiut Sxasdabd is published every. Wednesday upon a large tre imperial sneet- It will be furnished to subscribers at Si per an- ?! in nimn. fir lnllnr Ttt thff C&tl Ox SIX monlhs.orsix dollars at the end ol tbo rolumc ifj pam in cash; in .Trade or rroauce u win wjiic dollars in advance six at the end of six jnonthsof scien at thcclose of the volume. Advertisements w!H fie inserted at oae dollar ner smnre for the first insertion. aud Any cents for each -rabsccuent insertion if paid in advance. If one week is allowed to elapse w Khout paymenUiH- tr per cent will be aided to the charge ana alter si mooing two dollars ht square will be required. Ten lines or under wHl be considered a square. One lino over a square wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 August 1846

rP1 C r ; '"'f : ."itsvoBiac 1 I -K " -4 - mB&M isia . ' - J .. "..n5-mitftV fi Tho Northern Standard. CLARKSVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 8 IS46. J- "Wj: arc othcried to aAnoaoee (1.BIT Class as aCaadickte for Probate Jsdgwof ned lUrrr County. CT Wi are -Mtborixc-I lo anMsaee HbsbF. Ykcsc as a canthekte for Probate Jwl-t of Red Kiver Coaaty. EJ-Ws are anthemed lo anao-wce Jit. B. "VVoottess a MJrtMatc for rrobate Jae ofRed KnerCountv. O Ws are aethorired to ana ounce Charles C. Vsujmbk at a candidate far CeteBel of 1st Regiment 3d Brigade 1st DivWee Texw MBftte. ii3- We arelndebtedJo Hon. Jos. CbaM mers and Hon. T. J. Rusk of the Serietejandl Hon. D. S. Kattfman of the Reuse fer pub- lic documents and line papers. We are indebted to theiHon. T. Pilsbu. ry for a copy of Lis "Speech io 'defence of Texas" deJirefed in the Housa of Reptesetv latives. We will give k place io or next. P3 We are indebted to Capt B. Crooks and air. GHbertRagin for late New Orleans papersrom wkieb e extract oor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 August 1846

r 1 s t I FIFTEEN -DAYS LATER. FROM EUROPE. J MP ORTANT iV E W S ! ARRIVALOFTHECAMBRIA Passage sf tke Com Bill throttgA tie House ef Lords withwl a Divine. Dc feat of the Irish CerevM Bill Iltsig- nation of Sir Robert Peel and tit Minis- try Advanee in Cotton eie. "We recfiived tbts morning by Express from Cbarlestan the accouuts by the Cam- bria steamer bringing dales from Liverpool to the 4ih instant The Cambria reached the wharf al Boton at 7 o'cteek on the evening of the 17th. and her advice: wore iramedi' ctely transmitted to Baltimore by Magnetic TeJegraph-and appeared m the American of the morning following. Tbe summary is brief but stifrtciently comprehensive and tbcsihtelltgeace will be found highly interesting. On the evening of the Vfik of Juno tb House of lords passed the Corn Bill on iu thrd reading without a division. At two o'clock in tbe morning of the next day the House of Commons left Sir Robert Peel and the Government in a minority 73 rotes on the Irish Coercion B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 August 1846

r. 23 .-s-a.: r I- COilMUSlO jirT IONS. To the Editor of TUeStaxdakd: Sir. The subject of (s raff and its ac- companying contingencies are stiM beiag-agitated lo a considerable cxtenXalong the whole hue of Red river and various opinions sag- gesltons plans and lears expressed. Fears lhat so small an amount as 330.0JO is en- tirely inadcquatetothe work necessary to bo donckd that the amount should be spent in 'raakragent-oHs. to straighten the river to cre- ate a-currcat simultaneous with romoviog the raft as say they the current runs up the irer two or three miles below Benwoar's jBayou at certain stages of the water (which Isa' Iactjjlh'e'caujeof which is: that the water is 'furaed oafof its channel above the raft and not permitted to go down through it to sup nlv Ben wear's Bavouand other slues which tro off late Bistcnau Lakes. But the main column -of water finds a less circuitous route 'to that part of tho river ia Vawtera bend-c law miles below Benwoar's Bayou where the foot of...

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