The Northern Standard. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 37, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 8, 1848 Page: 4 of 4
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Jram tte Cihcinnatti Gazette."
BY WM. D. GALLAGHER.
Oh think not less I love thee
That our paths arc parted now;
For the stars that bum abovo thee
Are not truer than my vow.
As the fragrance to the blossom
As the moon unto the night
Our love is to my bosom
Its sweetness and its light.
Oh think not less I love thee
That thy hand 1 thus resign;
In the Hcav'n that bends above theo
I will claim thee yet as mine.
Through the vision of Life's morjiing
Ever flitted one like thee;
And thou Life's lapse adorning
Shall hence that vision be.
"In this misjudging world
They picture death a fearful tyrant;
Oh! believe it not. He is an Angel
As beautiful as light that watches over
The sorrowing spirit here:
And when its weary pilgrimage hath done
Unbars the gate of everlasting light
And vanishes forever.
'Uq.-u.mmiH ii frWMi ' j'jiajjca
03 S -i
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2 3 4 5 (! 7 S
9 10 11 12 l:J 11 15
Hi 17 18 19 20 21 22
2. 21 25 20 27 23 29
FEB'RY - - - 1 2 3 4 5
fi 7 8 I) 10 11 12
13 11 15 1( 17 IS iy
20 21 22 23 24 25 2G
27 .23 29
MARCH"- - - - 1 2 3 4
5 G 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 10 17 13
iy 20 21 22 23 24 25
2G 27 23 29 30 31
APRIL --- 1
2 3 4 5 G 7 8
y 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 IS 10 20 21 22
23 24 25 2G 27 23 29
MAT - - 1 2 3 4 5 G
7 8 y 10 II 12 13
11 15 1G 17 13 10 20
21 22 23 21 25 2G 27
23 29 30 31
JUNE ------1 2 3
4 5 G 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 11 15 1G 17
18 10 20 21 22 23 21
25 2G 27 23 29 30
JULY ---- I
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
y 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 13 10 20 21 22
23 21 25 20 27 23 29
AUGUST - - 1 2 3 4 5
G 7 8 y 10 11 12
13 14 15 1G J 7 IS 19
20 21 22 23 21 25 2G
27 23 29 30 31
SEPT. -------1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 !)
10 11 12 13 14 15 10
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
21 25 20 2T 23 29 30
8 y 10 11 12 13 14
15 1G 17 18 iy 20 21
22 23 21 25 20 27 23
29 30 31
NOV. 1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 1G 17 IS
19 20 21 22 23 21 25
20 27 23 29 39
DEC -- 1 2
3 4 5 G 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 -1G
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
21 25-26 27 23 29 30
complained of no pain of body; his flesh
was gone. He said he was suffering the
torments of hell that he was just upon
the threshold and Svould soon enter its
dismal cavern; and in this frame of mind
he gave up the nhost Oh! the death of
the drunkard! Well may it be said to
beggar all description! I havo seen other
drunkards die but nevcrin a' manner so
awful and affecting."
CORRECT ACCOUNT OF THE
DEATH OF CAPTAIN WALKER.
Entrance into Hu.oianti.a.
"We started for the enemy in double
quick time which amounts to a pretty
brisk trot. In about two hours we were
within a mile of the town Capt. Walker's
Dragoons being about that distance a-
head of us. The Dragoons entered first
and making a desperate charge down a
street leading to -the public square cut
their way through hundreds captured a
piece- oi cannon ana turned it against inc
enemy; but the lancers came upon them
in such numbers that Capt. Walker
thought it prudent to take possession of a
smaller plaza-in front ofa church open-
ing in the main one only by a large gate.
In this gate ho placed the cannon char-
ged with grape and canister and stan-
ding ready with a lighted cigar to fire it
he was shot from the window of a house
from which a white ling had been dis-
played on his entrance into the town.
One ball entered his head through his eye
another his heart and a third lodged in
Ills bin. He fell and summoning his
men around him told them never to sur
render! asked for his revolver and
died! The 'ruling passion strong in death.'
The loss of such a man at this period of
the war cannot be estimated. His very
name was enough to strike terror to the
hearts of the lancers and guerrillas."
Correspondence in Cin. Attas.
THIS large and commodious establish-
ment recently occupied by tho late Col.
lames H. Johnston is now open as here
tofore Tor the accommodation of travellers and
the'public in General.
Every attention will be ijiven to the comfort or
visitors and the table will be furnished with the
best the Country adonis.
A large stable is attached to the establishment
with plenty of Corn fodder and Hay and careful
The undersigned respectfully solicits a call from
I:i friends and the friends of ihi. late Col. Johnston
throughout the toimlry who rray have occaslonlo
A reading room containing paper; f rom variou
sections of the Union is attached to the establish
Fell. 25th 1817. No. 15 if..
LAMAR II O TE L
IN THE TOWN OF PARIS.
THE Undesigned would respectfully in-
form his friends throughout the Kcd
Itivcr District and the travelling commu
nity generally that he has just opened a House of
Pnbhc Entertainment in 1'jris Lamar County.
where he will be happy to serve all who may tavor
him with a call Ilu buildings arc all new large
and commodious. His tabic will be furnished with
the best the coui.trv affords. His fabler supplied
nilli plenty oi uoin Hayand Fodder and careful
and attentive Osilcrs and chaigcs moderate every
exertion made to afford entire satisfaction to those
ho may patronize his House.
Paris December 12 1S1G-31 tf
Irki.and. The Dublin Nation seems
to be in favor of an armed resistance on
tho part of the IrUli and docs not appear
to be at all pleased with the idea ofa
thanksgiving for an abundant harvest ;nor
at the contribution which was to be taken
up on the occasion for the relief of Iic-
land. It says:
"We are sick of this eternal begging.
If hut one voice in Ireland should be
raised against it that voice shall be ours.
To-morrow over broad England Scot-
land and Wales the people who devour
our substance from year to year are to
oiler up their canting thanksgiving for cur
' abundant harvest" and to fling us cer-
tain crumbs and crusts of it for charity.
Now if any church-going Englishman
will hearken to us; if we may be suppos-
ed in any degree to speak for our coun-
trymen we put our position thus: a Keep
your alnw ye canting robbers button
your pockets upon the Irish plunder that
is in them; and let the begging box pass
on. Neither as loans nor as alms will we
take that which is our own. We spit up-
on the benevolence that robs us of a
pound and flings back a penny in charity.
Contribute now. if you will these will be
Once more then wo scorn we repulse
we curse these English alms; and only
wish these sentiments of ours could reach
before noon to-morrow every sanctimoni-
ous thanksgivcr in England Scotland and
Wales and Berwick-upon-Tweed."
A DRUNKARD ON FIRE. Dr. Nott
in his lectures gives the following ac
count of a young man about twenty five
years of age:
"He had been an habitual drunkard for
many years. I saw him about 9 o'clock
in the evening on which it happened;
but he was then as full as usual not
drunk but full of liquor.
About 11 o'clock the same evening I
was called to see him. I found him lit-
erally roasted from the crown of his
head to the soles of his feet. He was
found in a blacksmith's shop just across
from where he had been seen. The owner
all ofa sudden discovered an extensive
light in his shop as though tho whole
building was in one general flame. He
ran with great precipitancy and on
throwing open the door discover ed a
man standing erect in the amidst of a
widely extended silver-colored flame
bearing as he described it exactly the
appearance of the wick of" a burning
candle in the midst of its own flame. He
seized him (the drunkard) by the shoul-
der jerked him to the door upon which
the flame was instantly extinguished.
There was no fire in the shop neither
was there any possibility of any fire hav-ing-been
communicated to him from any
externa source. It was purely a case of j
spontaneous ignition. . A general slough-
soon came on and his flesh was consum-
ed or removed in the dressing leaving
the bones and a few of the larger blood
vesicls; the blood nevertheless rallied a-
round the heart and maritained the vital
apark until the thirteenth day when he
died not only the most loathsome ill-fca-tufcd!pictured
that was ever prescnte to
the human view but hia shrieks his
groans and his lamentations also were
enough to rend a heart of adamant. He
A Monster Steamer. Contracts
have been entered into for building a
steamer four hundred feet long to run the
the Hudson between jNcw YorK and AJ
bany. It is calculated she will make the
trip to and fro a" distance of 290 miles in
cluding stoppages at Albany in twelve
hours To accomplished this it will be
necessary to attain an average speed of
25 miles an hour.
The people of Connecticut have deci
ded by a vote ot 19148 to MM against
the proposition to admit free negroes to
the privilege of the elective franchise.
Increase of Odd Fellowship. It is sta-
ted in the last Golden Hide that at the
last session of the G. L. U. S. a char-
ter was granted for a lodge in Honolulu
Sandwich Islands and one at Carraccas
in Central America.
A7"E have just received such accessions
of Printing material as render our
office perhaps the most complete in the
State; certainly the most complete east
of the Trinity River; and aic prepared to
of any sort large or small in the best
stylr at reasonable rates and at s-hortcr
notice than any other office; having pro-
cured ADAMS' DELE3BATES
expressly for Job Work; by which we can
at all limes do such work without delay.
w ithout interference from the printing of
Our stock of Job materials is new and
beautiful; being just received from the
h ou:idry in Boston end consists of
Large. Small axd Fa.vcv or various
Sorts Cuts and Ijoudek.
A fine supply of Vellum superfine Let-
ter superfine Foolscap tinted Letter
Pamphlet White and Fancy colored Prin-
ting paper nnd Porcelain cards of various
Red CsrecESj Blue. nisI Fine
A TOWN with the above name has been laid
off-upon the west bank of the Trinity river a
high aud beautiful bluff immediately above the
south line of Mercer' Tolony and below all
rafts and obstructions to the navigation of the
Navigation to this point is undoubted; a boat
having been within 20. miles of it in February
last and the river being uninterruptedly good to
The Town and the country immediately aronnd
abound with bold springs of the purest water.
The health of the place is believed to be
qood there being neither swamps norstasnant
water about and the lamilies who resided at me
place last year having had good health.
North West and South of the Bluff for a great
distance is as rich firming land as there is iii the
Goon Roads which will not have to cross either
.swamps or buiRy land can be had to the place
from any Jcsiiable directiin.
Asa point for Shipment or Produce it has
great advantages there being no blulE on tho west
bank of the Tlinity below the obstructions to Nav-
igation and high enough as a deposit for the pro-
duce of the Upper Trinity Country combining
the accessibility and other advantajjesofihis point.
As a point for Mercan tile establishment at the
present lime it is unt-qallcJ in the Upper Trinity
rcgioii.as Ilia country which should properly tta Je a
this point is immense. The Richland Chambers
Creek and Navasoto Country atl lies adjacent. At
Ica-t 500 bales of Cotton will be shipped irolu this
point the coining v. inter aint much more would
licbut fur the dtlhculty m procuring seed.
We oiler to donate lot to merchants and
mechanics who u ill settle at this point and improve
All persons who may desire to settle at e new
place having every prospect ol a rapid rise are
invited to examine the locality and purchase lots
which v ill be sold loir.
A good ferry boat is constantly kept at the
-W. NICKS ANDERSON.
roR Charles Kenton Merclr.
(No 5 If) &. Associates
11 000 ACRE S O F
AND TOWN PROPERTY
FOR S ALE .
The undersigned being compelled to leave
Texas and remove to New Orleans flow offers
ur sale the following Landsat reduced prices and
olioberal and easy terms: viz.
Tw of tract-in Hopkins Countv lying in the
fork of the Sulphur containing one 1E00. the oth-
er 'J300 acres.
One in Red River Countv of I123 acres on
which there is ONETUOUSAND ACRESOP
IMPROVED LANDS with zood Gin anfd Mill
houses r.egro Cabins &c. in a good state o cul-
One iractin Iimar County of -ISO acres.
One in Cass County of S!ID acres.
One in Bowie County of 320 with iinprorcments
One on the Trinity River near Fort Houston
lying in Leon County of 640 acre? where the
Trinity is nnvigible at all seasons of the year.
Two Town Lots in Paris Laninr County.
One Town lot in Clarksville and last though
As I am 'determined to sell on some tiiir.?
thoso who wish to purchase in either of the Coun-
ties specified would do well to call on me before
purchasinc elsewhere as I am determined to make
terms losuitl'je conveuience of purchasers and
not to suit myself.
1. H. DARNALL
Feb. 10th 1S47. no 12 tf
FERRY AT FENTON
O JV T HE T R I. XI T Y.
THE Public are heieby informed that 1 have
an excellent new ferry boat here always ready for
their accorunodation. The approaches to the
Ferry on either ide of the River are well opened.
The Ton n U situated una beautiful Blurt" on the
East siilc of Trinity and the bottom on the oppo-
site side is narrower than at any point ever ued
.is a ferry abi.ve or below for many mile-. This
is the nearest and best rotitelictwccn Clarksville and
Tawacana Spring- on tlir route 'n Austin.
March 23. 1846. No -IS tf.
D r u g s
7' THE Sir.S OF THE
GOLDEN TgS MORTAR
Di S. Garey has purchased the entire stock o
TOWN OF BAZZETT.
LOTS FOR SALE.
rr he subscribers hare laid on" this Town on the
J west aide ol the river Trinity on a bluff three
hundred feet hish at the head ot navigation fiftv
miles below Dallas.
This is the best and onlv point of trade on the
wesiside of the rier for an extensive back coun-
iry of the richest land in Texas which lies fjir to
be mo-i densely settled and is convenient! vsituate
to the settlements of Chambers. ILieM.iml
Wa-aha'cha Red Oak Ten mile- and Cedar
Creek and the upper Brazos and Cro- Timbers;
andot course must and will be a place of impor-
tance and of trade aoon as Hie Trinity river is
The Uliiir or I-few Tovn Bazzett comes up
lcicl with the prairie ?nd is advantageous-
ly situated for health ; the rivet runiiin"
Irom Ihe North at the Bluft turns directly Easf
leaving it under no intluetice of the bottom and
its situation renders it Ihe best and nearest route
nithlhe bet road fc cro-sing:fortliecilyof An-lin'
Washington and all the south western couu!ic
from Clakr-ville oi any part ot eastern Texa. The
town bone hundred and twenty-five miles Irom
Clarksville; the road is i.p en and there is a Ferry
Boat at the plactf.
SMITH & MITCHELL.
isavarro county I e.vi?.lui:e 8 IBIO. no.15 t
S. H. PIRKEY
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
WLL practice in the several counties of th
8th Judicial District and in Cass of Uie5tk'
Boston B ovie County
December 7th 1&17. (no 34-tf
WM. H. JOHNSOtf
Attorney at Law
Mount Pleasant Titus Co.
WILL practice in the conrts of the 8lh Judicial
district and in tbo adjoining counties of
October 1st I94T. . (no25tf)
B. W. Sl A S. G'K A Y-. .
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW .
WILL practice in the courts of 8th Judicial
Di-tricL Also in Cass and Upshur in the-
5th Dislrict.and in the Supreme Court
AnoKEss : Mount Pleasant Titus Co . Texas'
jlpnl 201817- - no9H
T. J. RUSK & A. S. THRUSTON:
HAVING formed a law partnership will attend"
the courts of Harris-jn and ofthe Sixth Ju-
THOS.J. RUSK ----- Sawtfochi'.
A. S. THRUSTON ----- Katthat
Mavlfi. IStn. nu9 If
L A W NOTICE.
T. J. StJ.H. ROGERS.
ATTORNEYS &. COUNSELLORS AT LAW
WILL practice in the 3th and Sth JjJicialdU
tricts and in the Supreme Court of the Stata.
T. J. ROGERS "ftfcttn.
J- H. ROGERS - - - - Daingcrjieid
R. &. W. R. S C U R R Y.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT HIT
OrriCE Middle Room or the Star Hotel.
Johv W. Hianis Esq. is associated for prac-
ice in the Supreme Court.
No -19 If -
Eagle Auction Honss and Jack Cuts
OF LARGE SIZE FOR BlLLS.
A Pigmy IIorsk. The smallest full-
grown horse ever known 1ms arrived from
Java we understand as apreseutforGcn
Tom Thumb which as a curiosity is
more extraordinary even than the Gen-
eral himself. It has arrived at full ma-
turity and weighs only 45 pounds!
A new wheat mill has been invented
by Mr .S. Bcntz of Washington county
Md. which first taken ofFthc bran from tho
grain leaving tho kernels of pure flour
to be mashed and put into barrels.
The Latest. A gentleman residing
near the head of Galveston bay rather
noted for his habits of deep study -was
last week occupying himself in loading
his gun while at the same time smoking a
cigar. Taking the stopper from the powder-horn
he put it in the corner of his
mouth side by side with his cigar while
he poured out his chargo from the horn;
which having done ho took the cigar from
his mouth and thrust it into the horn in-
stead of the stopper whereupon as was
natural enough the horn exploded and
passing upwards carried off a part of the
roof of the house without doing
him any serious injury. Being awa-
kened from his reverie and collecting his
senses he found himself trying to smoke
the stopper of his powder-horn. This is
the last case of absent-mindedness 'which
we have heard reported and the facts as
stated can be established by undojbtcd
testimony. Gal. JVeirs.
V. C Dtn'on
Je-sc S. T C. Jones )
STATE OF TEXAS Lamar Cou.nty.
To any lairful officer of suid County
WHEREAS W. C. Denton appealed before
me M. Hilbtirn. Justice ofthe Pcaceofsaid
county and made oath that Jes-e S. T. C. Jones is
juMly indettcd to him the said DeMon by note
ana account in n sum not exceeding one hundred
dollars and the said Jones is not an inhabitant of
this State and is absent beyond its limit-: so lint
the ordinary process of law cannot be served npon
him jou are therefore htreby commanded Id sum-
mons the said Joi.es by publication hereof in some
Newspaper in the nearest county uhere there is
onc.accoiding to Imvlo be and appear before me
in the said county at my office at home in Pre-
cinct No 3on the" first Saturday in Teh A. D. 181S
lie'ween the hour- of 10 o'clock A.M.and -1 o'clock
P. M. of s'aidit.iy to ans.vcr the saij Denton in
the said plea of debta-atsive recited. Herein fail
not but m.ike due return wi'h your actings there-
on. Wiliie.s my hand and PttI this the 11th Jar of
M. lIILRrRN. J. P. (1..S 1 T
To JESSE S. T. C. JONES:
You are hvrcb citd accord'ng to the above-
This the Illh d-iy of Dec. 1S-17.
. 1. M(.Kablki: Constable
i'rcciuci No. 3. L. C.
No 37 -Ins
LAJVDS TOU'X PROPERTY .
TIIH subscriber ofil-rs for sale the following
described property at the most reasonable prices
arid upon such time as will suit purchasers.
10 acres of excellent prairie landadiuiniw ill
Chrisman nnd Alexander nnd in additi-m lo ifctir j iivn of Claiksvi!leabout 30 or thirty Iivea(.reof
wtt. is '" a siaic oi cultivation.
A1J a i1"-1 "I 'and about twelve miles South
West of C!ir''sV'ille containing about there-
about 500 acre.' is ofthe richest anl most choice
prairie and the rc"ai";'sr WE" wa cred and tim-
bered. AU a valuable farrrt cont'inin!; about 12T5
acres heretofote"occupicd by Jas. Y. Sun upon
cribs l.orse mill and other valuable"in.'r 'venicnt-
vtilh 1C0 acres undei saod fence and elicui.la-
tcd slibrdii:; an abundant supply ol timber aiiu
water aituated about rive miles North Kal o"
Clarksville and is altogether one ol the uiusl
deirable situation for a country residence in the
county ol Red River.
Those de-:rous ol purchasing will call upon ihe
subscriber in Clarksville uho'lcel- confident ol
.satislj ing them in the rca? onablencss of his terms
WM. M. HARRISON
Clarksville April 28th 1847. no. ! if.
tock has a lull supply ot fresh druss and Medicines
A fre-h snppl' mil berrceived every three months
Dealt rs in cirusrs and medicines will find it to
their advantage lo call and examine for them
selves they will be sold as cheap as they call
b- purchased inShrivcpoit.
A General as-ortmet:t of drugs and Medicines
will be constantly on hand
March 0'h 1S17 No 17 I2m.
THIS Instituli -n i- now in operation under the
Mipcrureni'euce ot Mis. WcalherrpJ end
On the 28 and 29 of October there will be a
public cxaoMnnlion otihe sluderRs. Friends ot
literature are invited o attend.
The 10th Session of this Institution will com-
mince on the lir-t of November neit. In this
School iviil be laugiil the blanches that arc e-sen
tinlly requisite to train the mind to investigatian
and to prepare thestudent for usefulness.
The rates ot tuition per session of 5 month"
(viz) lor Spelling. Reading Wiitinsand Defini-
tion' at $1000 A continuation ofthe 'above with
Arithmetic Gccmttrj English Grammar Geo-
graphy (with the use ol Ihe Clobes.) Ilistorj- Na-
tural and Moral Philosophy Astronomy Rhetoric
Chemi-tiy Mythology Physiology Botany and
Composition at 81500.
StuiknU will be charged from the time of en-
trance until the end of the Session. Protracted
Particular attention will be paid to the health
nd deportment of the Students of the Institution.
September 1 lib IS 17. no -i2 tf.
SUCCESSION OF IIEXRY S PROCTQIl.
THE undersigned was duly appointed admin-
istrator of ihe estate of Henry S. Proctor
deceased late of Titus county by the Hon. Pro-
bate couit thereof at the September term 1917.
This is therefore to notify all persons indebted to
said estate to make immediate payment and all
persons having claims upon itta present them to
the undersigned duly authenticated within ihe
lime prescribed by law. ur they will be forever
BURREL MOORE. Adm'r.
Titus county Dec. 1st. 1817. no 37-Gw
LOST MIND CERTIFICATE.
i HAVF. lost uty conditional head right certifi-
cate for 610 acres of land canted lo me by
litis Rnlfll fC T 1n1 fntm-rM Is a im4ma fl-lT 1 aan.nl-
T IlTir.. I .1 11 :j 0. -1 "- """" """ . yuu UII-4IU1KH l"l -IUIU1
x-kiue. xuy "reiuieu &uiu omit in county dated 7th March 1812 and numbered
a sermon there are three sorts of pride 233. If said certificate is not foand within the
time prescuueu uy mw tor uuvcriisiug i snail ap
ply ot tne proper omce lora duplicate.
B A R.THO LO M E W W. M ILH OLLO N.
Hopkins Co. Nov. Coth 18-17. (no37-9t.-
f birth of riches and of talents. I
shall not now speak ofthe latter none of
you being liable to that abominable vice."
ICPA doctor in Franklin La. was ta
ken sick sometime since and iad a very
hnj-ering disease. Upon betraying con-
siderablo alarm he was asked the cause they have ever been sold in this market for th
nf if nnd nnarftn.l flint it h A lirne iiAntin " O CT TL..... ...!-!. !.. .. f. ....:.. ... U 1
ui ti .u uusnwvu ijitk u ui. ifuo uiiiiii- wnoii. i niic mailing udiguiuB wuuiu UQ WQ
ed much longer his patients would all rc-J call before purchasing.
cover nnd he would be thrown out of bus- OLIVER Sc ClIATFICLD."
jness " ' I Atj-nst 13th 1817. JS'p. 6 tf
indersigned are in want of
ofl'er to sell goods at 50 percent cheaper lha
A S the undersigned are in want of money the
THE STATE OF TEXAS.
TO TXtn ST'EIUFF O? BOWIE COUNTV
T7"OU are liCrtby commanded to summon by
J- publication according :nl.iwJainrii C. Shale
who is (Iceland tobea non-residtnt tf the State of
Texa" to apcir before the honorable Diplrii't
cturl to be 1-oMen in ind Ir the county and
Slate aforesaid at the Court Houre for the
saiil county of Bowie at the Town of Bos'oa
on ilia lst Moudaj in February A. D.
181a then mi there to answer Ihe complaint ol
Clarissa M. Shale a eitijen of the county aforc-
s. id asset forttun herpnition to the lion-John
T. Mills Juilue of the 8th Jn.lid.i. District in said
State and substantially as follows "to wi;:"
Thai her maiden name was Clarissa !. Glov-
er and formerlv n sided in the parish of Wet
Feliciana in the S'ate of Louisians I hat on the
fouilh dayof Julyxii the jeir cislneen hundred
and thirty-three -he v. as ii v. fully nurr.cd to s..id
J-mc- C. Sbule her pre-ent husband th.it she
lived with him until the year I St- as a kind du-
tiful fiid aflcct.o'i.ite wile but llui 1 er s-.id hn
bawl lii" icr fnicJ to fct ?s an aifeilion h-is-ba.ll
to her am! for a Im.g time 'reated her villi
great cruelty ami birbarity and ti.ialiy abandon-
ed her and" left this State for urts to hsr un-
Kno-.vn. anil lids never sinci- uc n ne.uu ui l i:e:
or I.e." friends. That -aid Shul.- i .he owner of
certain rcpeny in the county of Howie which
-he believes she is Ji'slly entitled to for the sup-
port oi herself aud her Lhildreri. and which sr.e
has beer tirnbl as yet to derwi- an i'nefil trom
ami prar- thai .-aid Shiile fct ci!-J he. a.i 1 Tsrr.
decr-eifihcr frvorfura divorce i-d ihe said JT-ip-er.j
v it n css ji. UAYi.r.ss
deik of the Di.stiict court
for Rowic county with the
seal of haul court hereon im
nies?ud at office in the Town
of Boston cm the fourth day of
December Anno J Joiiuni eigh-
teen hundred and forty seven
undof the Independence ofthe
UnitedStatcs the seventy sec-
Dist. Ct. B. C.
The subscribers having associated Ihemselres
in the practice of law will rezu'.arlr attend the
courts in Bowie Tim IInpkinsJGrar-on Fannin-
Lamar and Red River in the 8th jiidicul district
.-.ud the county ol Cas- in the 5:h district All bu-
siness entrusted to cither will receive the prompt
attention ol both
Wi. S. TODD Botlrm.'
BURRELL P. SMITH - - - - ClarksrilU
-March 1st 1S17 46 tf
JAMES M. MORPHIS.
ATTOBSEYAXD COUNSELLOR AT Hry
WILL practice i. all the Counties ofthe rh-.rx
judicial district and u ill attend to th n.ti-rid.
of claims thruugluxil ih slate.
Aanac-s. - Paris Lair fi.nvrrT-
No. 35 If.
To JAMES. C. SIIULU:
"TrOU are hereby cited to appear in nrcordanc?
X uhli the fn egoing at the next teim of the
District court nr Itonie county on die lasl Men-
drv ii; February next.
WM. J. HAYS
no .'."-At Sherifl". B.C.
THE STATE OF TEXAS.
To theSiirr.irr of Bowie County Greeting
"TOU ao hereby commanded to summon by
X publication in some New.-paper according
to Law Jeseph B. Glas'. ( ho i- r.-prc-senud on
oath to be a noii-rc-iuent of the State of Texas )
to be and appear before tin Honorable District
court vlsi lo be held ii. and for ihe comity and
State afor(said at the Court IIou-c for said coun-
ty at the town of Boston on ilu l:.st Monday in
Tebruary A. I). 1817 then anJ there lo in-wer
the coirplaiat of Samuel Madden a cil:zn ol
th- State of Virgini.i or the case w ill be heard
The petition of the above named Pl:.ir.lfr de-
clares that John C. Glass a citizen of the State of
Texas and county of B.iwie and Joseph B Glass
a citizen of the State of Arkaascs owe a ncte
of which he is Ihe holder and owner for tho sou:
of four bundled dollars dated the 3rd day of Jan-
ary A. D. lt13 aud payable on or belorc the
first day of April A. D. 1S17 (said note payable
to R.M.Richardson or bcarrr." That the same
has been long-since due and payable and thai it
isyetducand wholly unpaid and prays that the
defendants be cilcd fee. and for judgment Ice for
the amount of said nolo and interest thereon and
cents of suit.
Witness II Bavless Clerk of the
District court for the county ol
Bowie with the seal of said
L U M B E It.
The undersigned proprietors of the Stesri-
Circular Sau Mill near the Town ofCLrks-
ii!e respectfully tender their arhuottledg-
metits to their Ir-ends for ilu liberal imtron
age LcMcwcd upon taciti during the pnt season
and solicit a loatinuance of the same (ro :i llieir
former iationsjls3 from the community in gen-
eral. Ti.ev will k'cp constantly on banc a larire
stodc of Luuibsr ciibrjeiiig almo-t every de-crip
tioti nnd .ill orders for any particular Kind will b.
CHed on the shorlc-t notice.
They have nor n han I several thousand feet
of dried lum'nr and will endeavor lo brep a s'ipplj
for '.he benefit of those who have to haul their
plank to a distance.
PRICKS ON T1MK
Si.uare Pine Lumtr ? 15.01 per M.
Wheeling Piauk 7..VI pr M.
- Gun " 31100 " "
Biji.-k Walnut ' -1000 " "
Square Fine Lumber $13 5-') per M.
Sheeting Plank (iU' "
Gum 2i(i0 " "
BlacL- Walnut M.iW ' "
II. D. Woods-worth E--q. of Paris will set as
our agent for Lamar county.
MONTGOMERV BARNCTT & CO.
Circular-Saw Mill Jan. 1st IS17 no 3-i-
S. K. MeGOWEK.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Bo.VKA-ti Fumrin County.
P. J. PILLANS
ATTOBN'KY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAV.'
A.D NOTARY PUBLIC.
Yill attend ti.- Cour'j or the Eighth Districl.
Or'ICE linnka.n pf itt Counir -
Mareii t-..h. ISiJ. (tlj
court hereon impressed ai office in
v court lie
sTK?a me 'low
-ri of December Anno Domini Eigh
teen Hunarea ana forty seven and
ofthe Independence of the United
Stale. Ihe seventy sccord year.
Cletk Dist. Ct. B.C.
To JOSEPH B. GLASS:
YOU are hereby cited lo appear in accordance
with the foregoing at the next term of the District
Court for Bowie county on the last Monday in
r WiM. J. MAX
fNo 37-Swi Shcriil B. C.
TAN YARD & SADDLER'S SHOP.
ink THE undersigned having bought IJ.e
vteirnowi!BIul7Srriiirin Lainai County
12 mile- east of Paris and one & a half mile north
of. Mr. GleshaiDs in I In- noith end of lilos.oui
Prairie havenow sot tin ir shop up Sttliebuildiui
flr. ailtl sir.kit.-; of the jrrd is in rapid piogrei-.
They IimVC a:l sccl!elit Tanner whoi-sup-rinten
ding and are roejy li receive hide- on ti.esharc-.
orgtve leatl.er or Saddlery for li.cm. e hart
ni-'o a small lot of sj'e and up per le.itlier ju-l re-
ceived and will be r.blc to keep up r. supply all 'lie
tumuier and fall.
uurouirieiiiis ami me pjuiic generally aic
are lesoived to
N. It. IIARLAND & CO.
June 1317-No 10 tf
DRS. LOOK & COlvNEI-IUS.
XTA"St united themselvev in the pra-"tice ot
-iL Ptu.c tender their professional service- to
tho ci:.'iri:. of Cl.ir!.t illr &vu stirroiiiidiii' comi-
ty. Orricc iv Pn. I.on-:' Dauo Stosk.
June 15tli 1S-17. No Slf
im. T. F. TITUS ""
HAMNG lnca'n! in tha town nr Claiksrllle
tendtrs his prob-ssiun.-il services tothc public.
Offiee m it door lo the Star Hotel) the same
building v.ith Messrs. Youni; fvMoran.
GORDD.N k. WALKER harms
as.-ociateil llieinelve in the -.rn.-tii-..
ot Medicire in all its didi-rcnt brauclin. respect-
fully tender their services li the ciliens; orClarks-
I'eii. I K-ilt-tio.-lj if.
S. H. C L A R Iv
HOUSE SIGN AND CARRIAGE PAINTER
Hainc opened a -lion in CI.-rL-viile. will
he happy In receive any niployiueut in his line.
He ui.iy bei-itiud -it Uiirfee C.ibinet Shop. '
Clarksville April 1-t iSItl no 1 Gw
... ... ...U..U ...... ... uwt.L .
icspectlully invited to call as we ai
make it iheir interest "to deal with i
ESTATE afJOHX C JIcCUISTIQ.Y.
. HIillEiiS thS undersigned was duly appoin-
t(d administrator ol the e-tale ol"Jnii:C
McC'iNtion drceascd.latesjif Lamar county by the
Hun. ProKile court Ihereor.atthr September term.
il7 notice is hereby givin loall pertons indebtcil
to iiJts-"nte to make immedi He payment and ll
tho-c having claims agan-i -aid estate to present
diem to inn. within ihe lime preSLi ibed by law
or thev will be forever barred.
Paris Dec. 30:h 1S47. (no37 tiw
ESTATE ofREECE P. MILLIGAAT
THE undersigned wa duly appointed adminis-
trator of the estate of Reece P Millisan de-
ceased late of Titus coun'y by the Hon Probate
court thereof at llie November term. 1S17. This
is therefore to notify all pcr.on.-i indebted In said
estate lo make immediate payment and all-persons
having claims npon it lo present ihcm lo ihe un-
dersigned duly autlientlea'ed. within the lime pre-
scribed by law orlhcy will be forever barred.
JOHN H iMILLIG.VN adm'r.
Titus county Dec. 1st 1817. no 37-Gw
ESTATE OFH.F. ESKRIDGE
l 1 1 IIEREA5 the undersigned was duly appoin-
i V ted ndminlrator ef the estate of II. E Esk-
riJic deceased Intc of Titus county by the
Honorable Probate court thereof at the Sepicm-
i.. - .... it(7 r :-..: i i... - . ;
usi iuiiuoi J.-UWIU i ncicuy iven 10 all per-
sons indebted to said estate to make immediate
payment and all those having claims against said
estate to present them to me within the time pre-
scribed by la at or they will b forever barred.
Titus Co. Oct. 1st 1S17. ni37 . 6
73 L A N K S ! ! !
full a.i'tamt of Bukxs comp'isit.t;
ASSESSORS BLANKS THREE FORMS.
(FOR DISTRICT COURT:)
Executions- Capiases Grand Jury Tickets.
Jurors CcrtiKcatss Witness Certificate.
(FOR PROBATE COURT:)
Vdiniiiistrators' Bonds Letltcr-ofAdiuiiiistratioii
Giiardiniis" Bonds. Letteri of Guardianship
Appeal Bonds- Stay Bonds.
Deuvekt Boxns tor SherifTs.
For sale at the Northern Standard Olfice
Musislrates' Clanks can be obtained in Lamas
County of our Agent John R.Craddock Rsqiiie
at fan-. Clarksville June I lih. 1S15. .
Ct.tcut.ARs Snow. Bills
FllXEllAL I.NVITATIHN3U..LL I.VVITA.TIOS
Business Cards Visitino Cards
Horse Bills and
BLANKS of all btids
Eicculed at this OlSec at short notice aud
W A R N I N U
All persons are hereby warned not tq re-.norr tor "'
iiinber.cithfr standing or fallen from mr lrvj.nl "
and adjacent b town. GEO. GORDON ' '"''.
uuiK.-.vric Jarua-v 15:h IS13
"SU?! L O W.
Rum FilInr'"-rfTAll .i ur- ..n- .
ir- . "..j wis m pay-neat -ci
ofdues imm edisttly.
April 8th 1 $47." " '
Mcopiesoflhis valuable work.jtislreceivfdoi . '
roiisiprnmenl and fur sale ai-? no -.... '
for cash only. 'M .
n s . R- CHATFIF.I.D k CO. ;
Clark-sv ilc March 30th I&17 No-l'Jif
GUNN'S DOMESTIC 3IEDICIXE
A cr.iv copies tl Itiis valuable work for sala
uy uie unaersis:
OI.1VFR Jc CHATFIELD
ClarkvU. Jaly !Gth IS17
eiat the low price ot SLOll'r"4"'
po i-i.rp -l?
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De Morse, Charles. The Northern Standard. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 37, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 8, 1848, newspaper, January 8, 1848; Clarksville, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth80673/m1/4/: accessed June 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.