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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 January 1843

HE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SILVLL OUfi. BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR Vol. i. CLAEKSVILLE TEXAS JANUARY 2 8 1843. NO. 21. r 'PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY G. DE MORSE TERMS: The NoKTilEiiHaSTANniRDis 'published every Saturday at fire dollars per ahnufn in ad vauce or tcven" dollars at the fend dl the Tear.. Advertisements will be inserted at 6nc .dollar per square for the first insertion and fifty cents Tor each Subsequent in- "sertion. Eight lines or under will be considered a square. Any thing over a square will be considered tiro. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be inserted for $20 per annum. Not exceeding twenty lines 30 per annum. Not exceeding fifty lines S50 per annum. Announcement of candidates Tor office $10 each. No advertisement will be governed by the yearly rates un- less specific contract and payment is made before hand. Political addresses and obituary articles charged osadtcr tieuients. Personal alte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 January 1843

hk "Vsccratcd a piece of ground on the top of the peak nigh i to his own hlit where they were interred with reli- igious rites a simple cross marked the sacred spot. It was but a few evenings after the occurrences abovc related that the priest seated as U3tial on his Cbench. perceived a canoe descending the river rapidly impelled by the vigorousarms of a warrior seated in -its stern; it reached the shore and the heart tf the priest beat quick as the warrior sprung to land and began to ascend towards the scattered habitation which composed the village of the Houmas that bounding-step that proud lofty form that phimeof ragle featheis could lelong to but one the suspicions ofthc Pere were reduced to certaimy asnesaw him bending his course to the empty lodge. Though the heart of the priest was sick within him with sympa- thy for the noble youth he followed his movements with a speci s of fascination. The youh reached-his lodge gazed a moment at his closed door poshing it open ho entered...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 January 1843

tto ft- ' ii" "All this was at niuht and the chief part of the . crevy were below when the officers on deck not Icnowinjr the extent of' the' conspiracy immediately closed the hatches aml'kept all confined wlib were oeiow until tnose above who .vcrc conspirators naa been secured and their rin-lcaders tried and executed. "Spencer was only about nineteen years a ire and . "Tejceived his warrant as a midshipman on theTJOth of iof emaer. ve presume mat omciat accounts 01 inis astoundinsr afliir will be spenlilv given when .more of its particulars will be spread before the ptrb .lie. It has been thus far kept secret here we presume 10 order that it might not first reach the earol his pa- rents through the columns of the press. I . !The unhappy voting man was last spring1 attach cd to the Brazilian squadron. Having upon that station committed some offence for which he was ar- rested Sid would dbublless'havc been cashiered the '" affair was compromised byVcriding'him home under a'tiledge t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 January 1843

T !'ct c lloctrji. Marco bozzaris. BY FITZ-OKIEN 1LULCCK. He fell in an attack upon the Turkish camp at Larpi the site of the ancient Plattea August 20 ISil ami expired in the moment of v ictory. His last vv ords were ' To die for liberty i a pleasure and not a pain." At midnight in his guarded ten' The Turk was dreaming of the hour When Greece her knee insupplianccbent Should tremble at lii power; In dreams through camp and conrt he bore The trophies of a conqueror; In dreams hissong uf triumph heard; Then wore hi- monarch's signet ring Then pressed that monarch's throne a king As wild his thoughts and free t firing As Eden's garden bird. An Wirpa-scJ rn flieTurkawoiic; That bright dream was his last; Hew okc to hear his scntrv 's shriilc "To arms! they come she Greek ' tl.cGicck1' He woke to die 'midst flame and mikiLc And shout and groan and sjbro stroke And JctUi -liotN. lalhiigUuck and fa-t As lislnnings from the mountain cloud; And heard with voice a- trumpet k-uJ Bozzaris che...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 February 1843

.- . ' 'J kV- - V THE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE-THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR VOL. I. CLARKSVILLE -TEXAS FEBRUARY 4 1843. no: 22. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MOUSE TERMS: The NoRTUrRX Standard is pulli-hed ct;ry Saturday it fire dollars per annum in zdrar.tc oneven dollars at tlte cud cl the year. Advertisements. ill be in-cr:cd ct ere dollar j-cr square for the Cm Insert ion aLil fifty cents for each subsequent in- sertion. Eightlincs or under Mill be considered a square. Any thing ener a squat e will be considered tito. Yearly advertisements not exceeding c'ght line' will be inserted for $00 per rnr.um. Vot exceedin; twrnty lines 30 per nr.um Not eiceedin; fifty lines SoO per annum. Announcement ol candid tc forotfice S10 each. Noadcrtitneiit will b? governed by the jearlv ntci un- Ica specific contract and payment is made before'hand. Political addresses and obituary articles charged isadicr :iimms. Personal altercati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 February 1843

$ b j"- f ' " J H V and stand acquitted of blame to his country aiv! Ins God. Were he iiic.np.nbV of these feelings tin so motives and a senn of these obligations he would pity if no: despise himself SAM. HOUSTON. LIST OF ACTS. And Joint Rrslittxo.is ; nc.i hy thr St ccnlk Con gress. No. 1. A joint resolution supplementary to n joint resolution granting further time lor payment oi Gov- emmen: dues anil the return of fiel 1 nctes. No 2. An act for the relief of Willi im J Jones. No. 3. An net supplementary to an act untiled '-an act. to iliiiJc'.hu county of Tied Kiver. r.r.d tocrejtc and establish 'he counties of Bow -'and Lamar. No 1 An act to designate tiie Southern boundary of Lamar an! for other purp.iaos No 5 An act transfering an unexpended app o priaiiori for the contingent expenses an 1 the juy ofthe seventh Congress. No. G An act lo provide forcollrctiiianu convey in? Indian prisoners to the Waco Village. No 7. An act loauthorie John McMulicn to or- der the election of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 February 1843

"- -- miming lo tort 1'owson. So the channel of com munication uiiii ihc Uniltil States will still be open tor the information of peisons disposed to be eon- tractors for the government routes o inform them thai te-alcd proposals will be received at the State De- turini. nt until the 20th of February nct in the fol- low ingfbrni 1 propose to wry the public mail on route No wci My. Ironi the first day of .March. IS lo un- til the fi'st Jjy of March IS 1 1 a perioJ of twelve uiuuius ior ttie sum oi Uollat-. "Tlie.e pr.ojK3s.ils should be staled and supcr- scrtbit! ' Bureau Cuncral Post Ollic-e' "Contractors will be requited m every instance to give boi.il null :m.p!e security conditioned forthe faithful performance of their contracts and will be- held subject to all the penalties imposed by law- ill cases of failure "Signed ANSON JONES. Sec State" WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENCE Wsi'inoto.n January lth. !i:. ?! Dear Sir Congress adjourned slue dic'on last e veningat V o'clock and tinough th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 February 1843

s IV Wc commend to ilie attention of eur leaders In ilie fol- io a ii bcau'.ifiii lyric intiiltj the Hymn of the Alamo We thinkitcqaaltoanv Ihmjtf ilie sort ii the linuuv'c. The contest ofSan Jacinto pro ed the third and fourth linen ofthc 2i.d crse lo be w oids ol prophecy. HYMN OF THE ALAMO. El RLI'BEN M rOTTCB. Am "Mirseillts Hymn." -Rise rran the w all our clarion's tlzbt I o sounds its final reveille; This dawning morn must bcthcU-t Our fated band shall ever 'eei To life but net to hoi farewell Yon trumpet's clang and cannon's peal. And storm ins Viout and clash orsteel Iv our; I ut not our country -. knell . Welcome the Spartan's death Tn no dccpauMig strife Wc fll wc die but our cxpuimj breath Is freedom's b-ca'h of life." ' litre. .n this new Tl.rrrcopykr Our monument shalltovvcr on high. And 'Alius' hereaficrlv In blooditr ficKN llic hi'.tle irv " lias Travis from the ismnarl cried; And nhen his w annus saw the foe Like whelming lulling move bIotv Jit once each dauntless he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 February 1843

' 1 m - . . CHAS. DE MORSE long shall ocn hannur brave tmi: brekze the .standard or Tin: rur.i:. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS FEBRUARY 16 1843. VOL. I. NO. 23. fa V5A. Js w tw iy rf ta JL Jql Jed 11 II m J Jo. Jcy Hi r o ill llAmllo PriiLlSIlKD WEEKLY BY C. DE .MOUSE TERMS: Th- NonTiiEits STANPAhti is publi-h.H cierv Saturday. . t ft Vl.irs per anni'in.ia advai.ce. or seven tU'l'.srs r.; the mi? . l Me year. Auv r iseaiciit- will lie iuscrte'd at ci:c dollar per sejuare. th.- iir : insertion ai.1 lifly cents lor celt sUbsi.iuri:l in- r-. ". F.:.:'.! line or mider will lie considered a square. v : ' .cr a Mv.iaro will be coasidcied two. i . Jvertisemeuts no! exceeding eight Hues will be ... - : 1 $0 er curium. . -..hi? twenty lines "'J j-cr ar.:.utn. r ding f.flj lines. saO per srnum. "c -11cnl ol candidate- for office. 10 each. a .ui'cmciitwi!' b; joiemedK tl.cycarly iate im- ' -contract 2nd payment is made before hand. aidresses and ..bi'.uary articles charged asncHer -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 February 1843

Tin: iNorllicni Standard. Cnpt Ncill one of the prisoners taken by Wol! at ;S.iu Antonio has escaped ant! making his way to the Standard .Mail from Clikksvilli: to Fort Towson. Arrangements having been made that nil letters received at Fort Towson. for this section of country shall be transmitted to the undersigned Persons to whom letters or papers nie directed can receive tlietn at this place by paying the United States postage snd the pestace from Towsrn here. Per rons- wishing !c send letters or papers to the United States can leave them with the undersigned and they will be ftrivarded postage in all case; being first paid from here to the line. Persons who desire to avail themsohes of this communication will please : collect that nothing a ill be delivered or forwarded without payment at the lime. Postage on letters from Clarksvillc to Fort Towson. thiity-scvm and a half cents each on newspapers three cents each. The mail rider will leave Clari.sville every Monitor inornirtg and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 February 1843

Hathkr Equivocal. ''I don't say as how mas" tor drinks Iiut I do know that the di'inijohn in the dark closctdcn't keep full all the tunc." The Mayor of New Orients has ordered the Craps " establishments in the city to be closed. LAWS PASSED BY THE SEVENTH CONURES3. An Act supplementary to an act entitled an act to divide the county of Reel Ri er. and to create and establish thecpuntiesof Howie and tatnnr. Section 1. Be il enacted ! the Senate and Home of Representatives of the Republic of Terns in Congress assembled That the second section of the above recited act to which.this is a supplement be so amended that nil the territory comprehended within the foiloivinb' lines be"innin? on the Hed riv er at H'ltj.i B Shaw's Ferry running from thence due South to the Southern boundary line of Old Red river county thence East with sitd line to Ferry Lake or Like Soda and with said lake or lakes to the boundary line between the United States and Tex- as thence with said line North to Kcd riv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 February 1843

H K- 50 f- ' Vl 11 rictl It 111' ill. j A gocd refrigeiatot fur Ibis purpose isnsinall bo .. . to con'.uin tho eggs ligb'.lynailtd. so as net lo prevent KAISINC" SILK. 'Some access by the air for packing in an nirir' In lo AloKUs.Mri.rir.u-i.is li has been s.iggtstcd that 'for any considerable length of lime Kills them. 'J bis our remarks or. the; mortis mtilt'raulis. J our last ; is to be placed in a larger box i.ntl completely envoi--may bo subject to some misconstruction and to pre-nped in lrv. powdered cknteo'.l.dry saw- lus'.or en n tent any injury io the silk cause the pnspicl a.iJ fine tan baik: baling 1 tn P inchts on each side el Miccrss of uhch welme ires' sincerely at l.iart; ithe trait r bennd iho outside to be loost lysicii'ed I. 'lie i.c lenient of r.nv ill fl.ns. cr the pr'oiol.; i jot mvls. If this !-cj5:H do.i.i uhen the fiop-ratiue is any controversy v. '.icu v.c shil! net b I' J it.'j i:n lb low ihirlj-liiodf-nrie. iindsilely stonidauay in a tier a y circums'.r.Ji...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 February 1843

t - -"Zi&ir &b THE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BKECZE TIIC -STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL. I. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS FEBRUARY 23 1843. NO. 24. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE TERMS; The NoRTnEBSr Standard is published every Saturday v at 6rc dollars per annum in advance or seven dollar althe cnicl the year. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square for the life! insertion and fifty cents Tor each subsequent in- sertion. Eight lines or under mill be considered a square. Any thing over a Mpiare will be considered two. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be inserted for $20 per annum. "Sot exceeding twenty lines 230 per annum. Not exceeding fifty lines $30 per annum. Announcement of candidates for office S10 each. No advertisement will be governed by the yearly rates un- less specific contract and payment is made before hand. Political addresses ana obituary articles charged as ndver timents. Pe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 February 1843

7 attempt to get up an outbicak at night and feeling that he was narrowly watched and was no loader left at liberty came lorwaid juJ iuH -ome an)e apd nonhlns coDfcss.on --j qtlP8lMlhBl bo might not --- put i'i irons I told him that if he had made any real con(eion in sincerity and truth he should not be mo'csled; but that it was an insult to his officer to offer Li. a so Line a story as that he had told. Noth- ing more couM begot out ol him and he was imme- diate!) put in iious. While on the African coast I knew thst lit lmii procured an extraordinary knife broad in the i::kkl!c and running to a point He had made it very ajiai p ou both sides. It was a singular weapon of no use except to kill. He had been setu also the day before sharpening his battle axe with a file and had brought one part of it to an Igr. This was a thing never allowed or known before on board. MrKinlcy was now arrested. He was evidently the individual in every way the most formidable of a'l concerned. McKee was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 February 1843

i ! 3P -h i&-. descriptions and lhat when kissed it will be only by those having some natural or acquired claim to such favor and that at such time they will be able to return that most enchanting of all kisses the kiss of recipro- cal affection. The tom-boy kisses above described probably suit well enough the goat heads that get them. mail rider will leave Clarksville every Saturday morning and return every Tuesday evening. CHARLES DE MORSE. From the Picayune of January 30 we copy the v following: t ' LATE FROM MATAMOROS. Important News. Confirmation of the cap- lure of Col. Fisher and his Men. By the arrival here yesterday of the schooner Doric Capt. Ranti- ford from Matamoros whence she sailed on the 14th instant the report of a desperate battle between the Texans and Mexicans is confirmed. We give such details as we have been able to gather. It appears that on the 15th of December the Mexi- can General Ampudia then at Matamoros received .information from Generals Woll and Ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 February 1843

r ? :' ! Joc!rn. SONG. DT L r. L. Mj hear: is like tbe failing hearth Now by in) iidc One by one its. bants of flame Have burst and died. There are nerc to watch the sinking blaze induonc to csrc Or :f it kindle into strenpth Or was'e in air. My fate is as ) on fded wreath Ofs'immer flowers; They're spent their store of frjgrant health On suimv boars VI h'ch reck'd them not which heeded not When the; w ere dead : Other doners usirncJ by Ultra Will spring instead. Aid my on n heait -s as the lute I am now waking; Wi-utid to too fire and high a pitch Tnej both era breahirg. -5:lencc Urgettulue-s. and rest Lu'e are fur thee; And such my y ; neglect the grate. These are for me. Tior.i the Xeic Orleans Pica mine TEXAN SANTA FK EXPEDITION ax ucor.or. w ki.ndll. (Coir in tied ) 2Icetir.g icitha Party of Mexican Threcnfthcxi snl buck to Gen. McL'id March towards San Misucl rcfjaid Grcil Sujfeung- fruit Hunger Lirgc ltx.nl of Sheep met icilh .1 General 1'zast As wctravtlled briskly alon the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 March 1843

V t" -av- ( 4 s THE NORTHERN STANDI (. MMj B & 9 CHAS. DE MORSE VOL. I. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MOUSE. TERMS: The NoKTBcitK Standard is published etery Saturday at fire dollars per annum in advance or seven dollars at the end ol the year. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent in- sertion. Eight lines or under v ill be considered a square. Any thing orcr a square will be considered two. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines jvill be inserted for $30 per annum. Not exceeding twnty line. 30 per annum. Not exceeding jfly lines SJQ per annum. Announcement of candidates forollice S10 each. No advertisement will bo governed by the ) early rates nn- lesa specific contract and payment is made before hand- Political addresses and obituary articles charged as adrcr tisements. Personal altercations when admissible charged double the usual rates. No advertisement of any description inserted unlcvs paid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 March 1843

s ?r at . wv- I 7 -jk Thc'ftflhcrn "Stand a HI. CLA R K S VI LLEf " " " T " THURSDAY - --- MARCH '-'. IS 13. The Editor oi this paper will leave town on Satur- day to attend the session of the District Couit which . tits in Fannin on Monday next lie will be absent during the two weeks the court sits in Fannin and iiirnr. Of coursclhcre will be little cditc'.-ial mat- ter in its columns during that period. These residents of Fannin and. Lamar who are indebted to us for jub;cripiic:is and advertisements ire informed that wc shall ntlnid the Dijtrict Court in those counties for the express purpose of collect ing little amounts due us. We will at the same time m.iku arrangements with those who may wish to mlscribc or advertise during the present year. IVnsonsSn the Uniteil States who wish to write to utkers resident in this District will do well to recol- lect thai the route by the way of Fulton has been dis Continued bv our government but that by directing their h-uvrs h Fort Towson. t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 March 1843

LETTERS REMAINING IN THE OFFICE U I'HE STANDARD MAIL John R. Jones u. u. Uccd John Rattan John G Joucti Adam Shocks Col. Jas. A. Carries Jason Whitney R. T Bryarlv B. G. Rabb o'r Edward Irby 13 S. Sloan" Martin Johnson A. B. Alanion. Alex. W. Hodge Dr. L E. Griffith 1- It TIT r i J Aioswen . Lice. John 11 McCarty Harvey White Alien Urquhart Edward Widcman Thomas Jouctt Ji sse Benton James S. Gillett A. G. Cromber. Mrs Kczziah Fowler Dr.John S. Davis Gen. Jas. Cjrter Dr. John S. Peters V. B. Reed Richard Look A. E. McGIure i(ivmnn Airier . 1 Airs. Louisa IV. Harrison George Crugcr Jas. Brasham" Alfred Slack Geo. H. & B C. Bjgby John G. Jouctt James Carter. " Jas. W. Green John Watson Jackson Tuggle. James Gillam Pamphlets and Papers for sundry person?. 53 Neither Letters nor Papers'will be delivered .o any one without payment of postage. THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS ) County of Lsmar. i TO THE LADIES OF THE WORLD! rpijE undersigned are members ofthcPin-HookBatchclor L " Club Society and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 March 1843

vr & $ "3 MC V ... I-" - I) i: i-- (Jorh'11. LIFE. J snv. a little fairy boat .Wide o'er a glassy lake; r.rlht buds wove 'round the gilded prow flowers sc.it'cri-d iu it uaWc. It held one fair and si Iph-like child Within its biisom "-lilit One ham! a- on the liltle helm hil-t sll :ccmcd ca'm and biigjf . I m that liny batk.i!-iiii. 1'pon a glancing stream Ilit midst il green and latry i le- Like a s v ift passing dream A I'-ir-haircd youth now guided )t. Through all thoe changing scenes : 1 Inle sun and storm around him plajed In slum era and ti'ful gleams. A-Min it burst upon mr iew On rapid dark1 and dread ; Its gilded prow all worn and brukr Its flunerv laded and dead. It hId while in its wild career. Manhood's all braving foim ; His eye fiicd on the brow c f II"pa " That shone abo; e the storm. 1 saw lh way-worn bark oncenwe Toiedon a botmdles-sea: Ucyond it janned a dcepdaik gulf titiond Eternity. .naed man reclined within With wasted form and eye Km -till h- (raze forever...

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