The Northern Standard. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 19, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 2, 1848 Page: 3 of 4
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Dled'at the rcsiden&foT Mrs. Martha Runnels on
trie 9th if.sl. .Mrs: Zeri'lda Runnels consort pfMf.
Edward "Runnels of Bowie coi.hly. The deceased
wis'adabghter ellhelatc Col. Ilcslberly ol Lamar
anairvp ol uiadiscn county Ky
"She died "at the early age ol" 19 years ere she had f
-S. k'pown the cares or sorrows of life and vvith a bright
IJIUSlTClb L-'CIUIU 11U1 Ui .III 1UUUU1 l.il.1) Ul UI.CO. w.w. A Ilia VVLUJltlllJT UU1U t.111 IliU .1.IC.III1UI. w .i..Ull.ai
has left a little infant aud an "affectionate husband men. Parents Nurses and all others; to their
besides numerous friends and relative to deplore her CHILDREN'S P A N A C E A a medicine
untimely death. To them the unexpected stroke is 'which is unpanilclled for its power oyer all the Sum-
set ere indeed. Not quite one year ago she stood at
trnValtar a' Youthful and b'.oomum bride hope and
joy beamed from her eye and reasonably might she
have looked forward to a long life of prosperity and
happiness. But alas! how uncertain rain and fleet-
ing arc all human hopes and calculations! Those
bright eyes are. dimmed in death that healthful rosy
cheek is "pale and in the cold and narrow grave lies
thatvo-athful active form.
The writer of this tribute knew her wen anu tm-
ly appreciated her gentler and ainibihty of charac-
TJndcr the most fesvlnine delicacy and moaesty
"j..!... 11. ! mn.l.-5t violet that shuns the
lifflitefdav her excellencies were concealed from)
the casual" eve ard wen. only discovered by thaj
Released from the sufTjr.ngs of earth she rejoxes
nnIM.-v..rtr iiv- !lf-T3 &11C CArOriCU Ul uuc-
at nv vi ..w- ..
id and fiiei ds to meet her. 'lo tl'ein l wouiu tav .
in the worJs of truest sympathy
Indulge not then in bitter grief.
For her we lev'd and row dej lore.
Iler's is a s!uT.btr sweet and brief
Sc is not !o! bit -'s "' lrfore"
A sympathising Friend.
At Dallas on Tu-sdav Argust 13th by
Hcar.1 Een.. Sr. V. Mattu:ssfn of I ai
cs to Mia JostrntvE A. DaughtcrofJ. i
mott ol" Dallas County Texas.
JVf O 'X I C K !
Wdl.ara S Sidicr is miv
business dur.ng my a. SADLER
Papis Sej tcrabcr I si 1B4F. i 10 ?'-
BHVUVtYfri tli .dwpr.bcr. r! IS
iHs firm. Ill tin'
irth v.et ccTi-er i.f Lsavir
fL rn.miv. rn '.! ' t'urtPC .th of Augi-- a no-
pm 15n-. name GltF.r.N a!-at W rears ot
t.- - . i . . -
or lioe. In.l on -. coT" lio.ne in ids colli l f-hirt '
8he veiled the beauties of a n.ii.d rf i.o ordinary char- tcr how extreme the case a cure is certain. J
-cW -'id ci.de j meats of superior crder. JLtuse teal men and all other suouiit immediately
t t .. lr lips;t i-n.il.l h2ii an.ireciate her worth a sumMv ana thus conlcr a great blessing on t!
petfuuie tl.ev exhaled lake t" at 1 ow er ioo uuuiuu- ouiuce u 10 say mat im;y etc sou;jui mr w iui im-
ly ph'ck'd' she vvas cut oiT but not to wither Iler campled avidity and are performing the mot as-j
vina-s nowVioom in pjrjnnial b3auty in a fonvr toundmg cures. Fever and Agiu-. Scroful i Con-
i " " 'sumption Bikmi Fevers S-'cfcc. are conquered by
dc. alxvutfiveaa' ha'.!.'-li.Uh vv.'i.sa;..ui i.w - - - - -- -
'or 00 and of black do-- !'. las a sr a'-ne -ae U-JI MRS. WE VTIinillKI) taV.s this
Ariicyes v-rypLn and? bv ramrug -aans: a &&? method cf ir.fnrnv.ig lur patrors. who
i-.n-Sii'drivpr'tfck. J V W rather pare made and Vv"Mf wish Jlip;r ihughters lo lake 1 'oi.s in I
.if.. wviks n.iick. n!.J h s a hn;..' er.1 sbavv i. z "X? rauMC that "'.r;. I licit w ii! take p'ensiire i by
.. i . IT. . ..l'' t! ! ii' t it tti vA.-i. mir hii ci dorf rilir (! .r!. il?i I
atl V HI'" ;:' u.'i'l l;i IkilitV'-i V"- - 1 iitvv.iiiiiii-it i.uu.. . ... v.-iw ..v
- wnhoi.t wr'f-'barLs. and y-'iow crttoi jontalonns-. ' irstmction on ill r.auo 1 orie. I.er ex
ile ha la s.raw hat v.it'i abroad yelhivv ribb.n pcricrxc and ass.Ji.itv .as a scv-iic- and performer on
lied on it. 1lic P'11"0: l;pr Minvitj ol nia-vert and 1 1 ly like de-
Whoever will r"'.un snil r.rgrD to rr.r or I.irIjo I'ort.n 'at. will cuure l.er a share of pubi.e patron-
l".minj..lsotl.atIcangcihim. shall r.xvivethe ag-;
Lbove-"v-ard 1 uili.in fi-es belong ce!!.S:vc:y to l!r. r.r.ctt and
' SQTIRE MAYES. 'Lady v. h ch will hi 8 -JO.fO j'icr scion oi" f.xc
LiinarCo-.irtr At;-. r.lstlbli. nl'j lin. ioi"i!n.
. - T - Arr.".;'rvTs :.a".?a! t c"i"".t'lc to arcorv.no-
ESTATE OF PGILQT11Y iiARTY dxd.
WHEREAS th- I'd. r-"2t-J vj pppiMiled
admiiiis.r:'oi r! li ? crtiic .rD)r..'uy Jxarlf
deceasc-d la'oof H.'d Rtnrtoi...ty aniie Jfi. t-m
if the Pr.i!ate t :-..rt tf : -id toi.l.iv tins w to iiotn
all person ::.iL : -J n :3id e;:a!e !. tr.ska inaiedme
pa:n-ii ard z t.ca: Inving cbinis upon it to pre-'
j-sel thaj to :ht n-.6.i u i vn h'i th.2 tra: pre-
viS- l nv Tr-.r nr :!. T! '
' ' ' JONATHAN HABIT
Red River Co.::y Spt 2i 118. i3 '.3.
STJTi: CF TEXAS.
Pov.atm L. Smi;
L. Smr.U )
i.itic'.. rii..l V
$67 vs. A
Josi;h TSi.nnps.-n. )
Coviily of lioplms Crc'.
TV. tl St. ritTur inr '
i ou arc Iicrc-1;. o-mnrr.-iM o sumiron i.y p.i -
1L;UII1U Uli;jMmiiv.Ji.tami"i'ti "- ' uin-ii-
Given urdr :u .' hand and s.a' t'.tS tli CClh dav
cf Yunisl A. D. IS!?. "
"j.IILTOX W nr'LOVv".
"j-isnc" "i" '.!. P-4r-"
JTonVinsciint' Prx'wil No.I.'
TT-T r.o:T.-. '
You aio herekvciicd to apraarinarccrdaneewitb i
the above sucin.on
VM. MASON C. II. C.
Angus the 27th A. 15. 1AH.
(No. 19 2ts) Pr.f.t.-s faa 5 G.
MRS. ELiZA . TGDQ FHINCiPAL
Jlsshlcdby Iter. Szu.'l Corlcv.
rffvIHS lucftntimi w.i! ba le-rp-reil ni tl.e first
JL Monday of Sc;.t.-aiVr nev.n d will la con-!
intellectual endow in.'
Mrs. Anna Fraley lately a tLachcr ofM'icin
Philadelphia vvjil tjke charce ot tint denartm-nt
She is a most acco.nphshed MasKun.apd w ill bni-g I
with her two fine Piaao savcrr.I Guitars and a
larse collection of fa-'nonabIe-Muic. '
Mrs. Tuda has also engaged t'u aVsNtai.ca ol !
Miss Murray of Tcnnc-s-e who will teach Dra"-'
ing Paiating and j mbrn. iery. hit" co.ne-s
tnchly rccoiiimeiia 'J. ami urn uouotlass prove an
acquisition to the laslitulion
vit:rms for a session often months.
Tuition in Orthography Ra
Ditto in Orthography Raading. Vi'riting
G rammar Geography and Arithmetic.
In ajdiiion to the above Geography and
Astronomy with the ..s? nf the Mups
and (iIoVs Natural Mental and Mor-
tl Plulosnuhy History Ancient and
Modjrn Rhetoric Bataay Chemistry
snd Mythology; also Composition aud
the -art ofreadmsr Poetry . . .
Instruction in the French Language
Music on the Piano Forte ....
Do dn thfl Guitar
Drawing and i'aintinc
Varibroidefv in Silk and Worsted. .
ELTZA A. TODD
OarLsiiUt Aug. 19A 1843. (nl8tf)
ilouse Sign ani Carriage Pani'er
WILL do any work in his line -promptly .-
VVill also paper bouses.
Shopfat D arfce's Cabinet Ware room: '
'CaftivVk Stint 2ilh 1S48 nO.tf
Josiah Tno.tn-on. lo be a.i.i rtr- jnallv :.n."-ar at a W re -'r' "a --"""- "J ; '" "' '
i istcascortw UsLoHoa :-t au-c ucm.j s-.i.i wjirv J' 'VV'" .b " P"!"""!"a n ? rcj1
in Precirci No. I at mv r..dc.-. on .he last Sat- V-l puMished nearest -..; Mount Pl.-as nit far lour
vnlaf in S-rieraVriieM. to .!. oars .fanv.wl.v ki. " Iv raid apjear bci-.re the I .morale the
a judoneut shall rot ft.- waJjrJ asniW him i.i "'" t"-rt ot ti.a wut.ty ot luiis. to ba held
.vud .itach.vc-1. Uci-'r. f"i! m: ba rii'.s due Wo Cui.rt Hi-i.se thercol. o.i the slooisJ Mondiv j
retur.i of Uns v. r.'. rh v.-ur rxbo- V-.v -e--:. S-picii-'-T . D. lo-lt to ausvv rjne pctitio.i of
tmucdv.itlio.it ratsr.i.is:.iii l- ttie Fpics 01 ten PtiPiT;?.. ?gl "J57' .VSslfaiH? B?
months. Thr".. i cniicholar.1 WllfglAI tf Alb B MK
Mr. Coriev wiSlassM Mrs. Todd i.i r'.l tl..- -Mil-' T r- " I ' spventy-rivc cents CA&1I tor every
ttaV.tiilbnn.ches or In!'li eJucnlion. He :s 100 ';'.V anih pf ?.d Merchantnble wneat
well known 13 thio conmamtv. f..r his mi.n.1 and Je!ivorH ai our SiEA.vl i.HLL situateJ on Pecan
i.ts to .lead coti.ujnd.UK.il from inm' sce! nm"s "on:l ol ur- Jn" ""J"s-
-JYE1V YOltTC. T
Now is the season for Stomach and Bowel Cora-
I plaints and it is of unspeakable importance that
the most reliable preventives and remedies bo brought
to public notice in every sectiou of the counliv
mcr Disorders of Children whether Of the stomccli
the bowels the kidneys the skin or the general cir-
culation. In Cholera Infantum (summer complaint)
Diarrhcca Dysentery. Wasting Away Costiv cnes
Testhinir. Sic. it is infallible. No family should
bs a moment without it as its tim3ly use w ill save. '
life and carry the most feeble Children through the
Summer. It a accompanied uy carclul and minute
directions The D Y 3 E N T E K Y S Y R U P
of this Company is an infallible specific in this alarm-
ing disorder. It is w arnnted to cure and i( it e hotil J
not the money will in all cases be refunded. Tliou-
smds of l.vcs have been saved by its us:
respective patients families and communities.
The other medicines of the Graefenberg Company
are too well known to need mention at this ti ic.
them. The Gracfenbcrg tarsipwZa Compound
ii laui.jtr llr jWj ui Ull UUIUid. Uliu VUilMius uwuui
the nutr.ner o:
f doses of anv other.
!!-"? 'l'lin CTpnpr-il ntrnts fur Unl River are OLI
VER & C1IATF1ELD to whom applications for'
agencies mtv be addressed. I
EDWD BARTO Sec ry.
New York .May 1816.
June nunber inst received
FRANK II. CLARK.
GLABKSVU.LE FESS IE AC BESSY.
t g HUE labors of this Ii.s-tiluli'Mi vvill be rCMimei)
3- o.i the f rst Monday in September for a term
'of en month's under the immediite supervision ol"
At?c: W'f-ST.iiTpni. n tml.tilc i ill l.p rpppi.p.l df
any p"lied tun? agrcad upon. A gencnl course
n. -. ir-rc-i mv oi science taught and at lor.irr prices ihemor-
a als of th' voung ladies will b.- particularly aiterded
i to. Arrangements are ueim mad. for the s-rvicn
cf a lady ol" umlnurtc I ability as a peifon'U'r on
tl.e Prno and a te.-her ol" U.e French languigo.
' 'I he pa'rons of th s Iutttiition are nqiotd to
rac"l at tlie A.-al -ny on the liistdar flt the sc'io.i!
for the purpo". of u r or ipig a b.ur.i of Tn.tli's.
.linli?" In il.. fur lbp nra'si! of intri!rtinn. p.ii
be blamed at th? Iustiti.ttoii.
riari.sville A'a?.-st 1th. !?!? no 13 If
Fenul- Academy andi.nrart I s5oi'stf
data lh. cli do .Is uf s! "5 tl:o 1 v.!ii m.v wish t- be
l -. i tp i i tlic art id.-w u g pu.ttiig vCc by an '
ecru i l.-h d Ti.strnctrt'i- at ' ccst J.n iry price.
CiT'.Mlb A; r. m l.V.h ly-lft. (i.l? if) j
ATTIJATIOJS' 1JATTJLIO.Y! !
:t THE C"ii.iiis'u:.c 1 -liic.rs rf thaF.'sl!
$' R.'"n":.t. S.C"'id Div-.-.on Fir-t Bns-.:e
."". 'I'ntsM.I pr l.r!r nrdprpil in ptii-
l . ." ." .... .r i l.-wii. .n ib. fii I
Siturday the first d.v f S.-ptemb.-r i.et i
for ilia puriHi--e u holding a iv.'-jiei.t-I
I Court Martial rrca'.de to prtvoue i.otice. g.ven
en the mu'-t.r ground o-i the Itn day c! Ji'U last
i Bv order uf
! ' HUGH F. YOUNG
( '!. Comiiiandi ig
C!r:rUvi".lc. Ae-Ji it i ltii. I?ib.'-ril(; t.
p x'riTr. of 'rr.v.ts.
r . y7. u(t. 6V.tir;
J ' - ' - '" '''J ' "' V'lhV" -
' 1 el.tii.'i-Tiiiak salnd-ivitainl.illedgest!nt tbesaid
iWd.umJ. Pirilo is a non-ris.deut of the State
' tint li.' f fid bled to petifoner i: the sum of one
:-'-dre.i ana thiitj-tvvo .loll ir-. and siMy-.-even
-..-:l-. fcrGe-..'-. .arjs.ud Men.har.di-c sold and
ii.r u tai! not but make dae retLrn of this writ'
with vo..r action thereon.
iiOCSSt vi'acs3 iJernar.i j:hi cierk oi our
''.-r5':-7c.. ll.'n. : C..ir ul ili. iiimitv fit Titnt '
a-'tl his s-il of niiicc at 'oar.t Ple.u
.....u. v...... -j -
ant. tins the Uli d ly ol AuTi.st A.
ID. 1818 ar.l U" the Ir.dcpatidence ot the United
I S.alas the scv uiJV-lhird ye..-.
! ' BERNARD HILL Clerk.
I TJ CERTIFY t'.c above to be a true cofy of the'
' -E tnp-.jl writ
j i. 1). LILLY.
t Sheriff of Titus county.
Ry "is Deputy . A Dams.
August the Dm. 1S18. r.ollilt
Steam Saw & Grist Mill Ausiist. W 1818.
STOP THE MURDERER!
TV WILL nay liie turn of Five hundred dollars fir
jj tjie a rajicr!im :lIl delivcv to the the Sherilf
of Ileae.Tson comity Texas i.f the body of IUI.
F. C. BUTLER.
Said Butler o 1 the Sisl day of July Eighteen
hundred a.nl Forty-eight murdered. 111 the To.vn
ofBullalo without cause or provocation (as the
evidence shows) my brother John P. Moore.
Bcscrzpiioii ofi'the i?Jiii'!crcr.
Smd Butler is about live feet ten indies high with
j blue eyes and rather lmbt or auburn hair about S3
or 34 years of age di-nblcd in the right hand by the
cut ol a kmte wlucli lias caused some ol his nngers
to stand straight. Heisnfthia visage nose Ro
man and rather sharp lie sings and talks Indian
and makes many gestures when drinking. He is
well mane and very stout ol lnssize weighs about
150 or ICO puunds."
A. M. MOORE.
Buffalo August 6th 1848. nlS tf.
RANAWAY from the subscriber some
time in May last my negro man named Kit
25 years of age 5 feet 8 or !) inches high
slim round shouldered crooked feet and
smnll scar on his nose looks lik 5 a piece had been
bit off slow spoken and tolerably line rather
cracked in hi vo.ee.
1 will pay the above row ard fur his apprehension
and delivery lo me at my residence in Bowie county
i.ear the Spanish Bluffs or S 15 if confined in any
jail so that I gel him apain.
JllitAAl A. UMJN.M-.Lia
July 23lh;il848. nl5.3t
XTJTCJTT' V. Tl? A ll.TTVm I
- -rMT 1 t. .1 .1 ... . 1"7.T: .
THE Subscribers are now receiving and open-
ing A LARGE AITD SFLEHDID ASSORTMENT or
SPRING SUMMER FALL AND WINTERG00D3.
411 of winch have been recently purchased
AEWVOKK.4I)l'll LADLLI' UA.
Which thev offer low lor cash or on time to
V nssnrn llinsn w.lin mm Hmr n wlfhacnlL
ihnt llipv will fmA nnr clnit.- hqi.11 nilnnlpil In this
narkct as any that can be found in the country;1
ml ... . I. .. ......... ....... .... ..1. ...... I. ........ I.a..n tLiinkliAb
anu ai me saiuu uiuu ua uituap iuiwui; uuuii jjuii-iio.
ed principally with cash.
Wc alio have on hand a good stock of
Which vvc will sell low Tor cash. C.i-1 and examine
md be your own judges. .
HENDERSON & CARTER.
CtarlsriRc.fjnc Gtlt 1&18. iio-7-tf.)
T I K W A It E M A N U F A C T 0 Jt Y.
THE under-igtedarcnovv prepared to do any work
hi the above hue at the old shop having a good
supply of nntenaL on hand.
Orders for Merchants fiiVd at short notice and
oh Utter tarts than icork can le brought from iVtir
Orhani or thr AorA.
UvTiiiNfi Tuds made ta order
Kitchen Utensils of all sorlausualiv ir.adcofTin
kept on hand and made to order.
Tin Gutters for houses undo and put up.
BAGBY & GARRISON.
Clarkvi7o June :21th 1818. n!) ly
" . . ... - . .
iiUUJiu AN ii 1 Ai fill. '
THE Undersigned has .st received
rnd oTers for jc at the Drug Store of
IxioV & Howe a "-mail assortment of
a -mall assortment of
Books Pamphlets T.Iusic auJ Writing paper.
Ashcrst ivlssch arc
Chambero' iiiforimlio'i for the People.
Remarkable Evens in American History.
History of the War with Mexico.
Washington and ins Genera!-. by Gaorge L-ppard.
The Toas Rangers.
Green's Work on Gambling'.
Co'iiv.ock's Philosophy. Chemistry.
E n Tii-T ill Pi'te's Arithni "ties.
Blairs LrtLrc;: Polio'. ? Coursa of Tune.
Goldnulh"s Roma and Graece.
a i.iRBCV.iu:r.ry or xovcia
a.vl other works.
AH for sale CHEAP.
Call m.d see them.
ClarkovilleJunc 17th 1618.
no S tf.
A LL sorts of work in th
fj) xi-hne dc:i
. - .".
or' short i-otice at -.J3
the old Stand near the scuarc FJygij
BAGBY & Co.
J forms the citizens of Chrk-ville
ui:u ViCllill v. "Hi II" IIJS il .-111) I
moperitionmthjre.-roIthe.dd Blacksi.ith Snop
nearly ippo-itu the Uarksw'Je Hnttl and tint he
! propaw! in do any sort ot wao.i wnr'c cilhtr
m.img or rciainn-: lit as good styla as any
Lo vvili gaaranty the darabihly of .-.'.1 v.oA done
.... ..?.'...... .
-I 'i'ji'u u'l:.. u. V.CII
at all turn's.
CiarlisJic. Au'. 3t!i.
r " ri.'i 'rniVriMP nr i-3n'!
.IOSj.I II it RILBL1..
1S!S. fim. 15 12 mo.
S SONGS for t!-e Poopl
Siy&'iJthc finest coll- lion ol
with tIi.- notes
ongs e-cta:it; il
ri.bliMicd in M.vithu- ..i'ii'i3rs l-
( 'o. PkiliJ-lphi i. Pna .i I cent-. . No.
Alco a n ill ccilriion of Music in sheets.
Forsilaby F't VNI! II. CLARK.
Chrksvdle J.-ns !7th lnlS- no 8 tf
uiCi iinacrsigiicu ic-pii-iiuuy .in- ""v"TTv?"S
nn. c- tint he h's lately received Fij-iriziz-J-
h.itt.- 1 .r. .11.. ....
- fr.oii Mil .-ly of Veneor. and tint ir
he is prepnrea as heretofore do any sort of cabinet
work: such as book i'" bureaus wardrobes ta-
bles b-'drteaJ. etc in li.." b.--t ttyle and at short
He would refer persons at a distance to the srti-
cles nnde by him fur gentlemen m Bowie a-'d Li -
mar. rs pccimers of the quality of hi- work.
Mahognny. vv alnut birch and Gum always on
hvul iormaui.laetiiri.g purpuscj.
Clarlsrillr Jun-Zilh ISIS. n'J.Iy
W M .
P O W
Roo"Hi"ilh' inOu-m- ill" rifi"onc nf Hip
itCdKVUJil Hl.Oinii III. lil'iUS Ul lilt'
-Vi Red River District that he 13 constantly man-
ufac'.uriiig at his shop in Clirksville
r ni pnrrii 'irnic iiiiil T1111G1
I V "' l
from the Beaver to thelV.t; which he warrants to be
oqun in Ii!jbirit' and eomf rt and supennr 1.1 du-
lati'ity to any brougnl from the North.
Bamg mafo by l.xi'is-lf in person i-n I having had
long cpcrience 1.1 tiis iinnuf..cture ha czti speak
I'onlalcntly U" the character of his work.
Hi respeclf.illy solicits a tr.ai of his Hat. by all
Ihote who bell ne in sustaining ho.ne lr.anuficlures
when equal to any other.
Too New Oi leans market valae paid in Cash at
all tiirtes for furs such as Otter Coen Fo and
Clarksville June 24th 1318 nOTly
Sf BAT CATTLir-
AfT .Tiit.- Jct o i-n...l lint.. 11. t.if.l n
b-lvi and my brand is a cross upon a section
J. - ... "" " ..". ..i.. .. v... ...
01 a circle-
-bulb recorded long sii.ee.
I have several cows and young cattle in thi
nark and br?nd which have strayed away or been
driven away from tl.cir usual range.
Any person knowing of sucl
will confer an cs-
pecial lav or by informing me.
I have also a reddish cow speckled with white
and branded vvith an O on the hip which was run-
ning two months since with a young calf near the
edge of the prairie in the neighborhood of the Rev.
J is. Sampson's place. Not being able to find her
I sutipos3 some one has put up the the calf to which
I have no objection but would be glad to get her
CHAS.. DE MORSE.
Clarksvie June 10th. 181S.
iii his line of business and of- si
fars to his customers an article of Indies' ami gentle-
men's saddles superior both in durability and ap-
pearance to any brought from the North.
Saddles of evcay pattern from tcil to fifty dollars
in value made to order at the shortest notice
He his a slock of materials (if Northern manu-
facture alvvavs on hand.
He has alsa always in his show case a few sad-
dles ready made of the finest finish.
Harness and saddle bags made to order after
any desired pattern.
Bridles martingales girths and halters constant-
ly on hand.
3 THOS. R. WILSON.
Clarksvilie June 24th 1818 nO:ly.
-CAIiIiOW - -
.ECEIVED for dues to this office:
Juno 1st IS4H.
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SffRIM & SlMEffi
THE Undersigned takes this method of tendering
his crrateful acknowledgments to his numerous
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received by him at their hands the past season.
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Anu wuuia at
tcntion to his
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Kj Ej V? SJ 'Zj' 0; C 3
'oir rrcririn-; nnJ opcu'nr; nt IiU Otit Stninl.
The assortment consists of every thing usually
found in a Country Establishment suited to the
Wants pleasing to the Fancy and inviting to the
Purses of Buyers generally.
The attention of the Lidies is respectfully solicit-
ed to a largo and handsome assortment of
FARCY AKTICliES &c &c.
Of every variety style pattern and price.
C. C. ALEXANDER.
darLsnlle May Zlh 1818.
i.o. -2 If.
Till". Undersigned proprietor- of the Stcnm-Cir-cular
Saw alill near the town of (Jlarksville
I respectfully tender their acknowledgments lo their
lrieuds lor the iinerai patrj.njrc uestovved upon them
J"""? llic I"'-51 season and solicit a coiiii.mancc of
nc m ro:" '"- "inner patrons aiso irom the
community m general. I hoy w ill keep torstantly
m "3"n a :"u slr'-'c OI lnlocr- cmuracing almost
every d"Scr.ption and all orders for any particular
kind will be filled on the shorist notice. "
They have now- on hand several thousand fjet of
uri'd lumber and will e.idcavor to Keep a supply for
the benefit of those who have to haul their jlank to
rnicES ox time.
Square Pin' Lumber . y 1300 per M.
fc heeling Plank ?r)0
Gum " 3000
Black Walnut" -10.00
Square Pit'C Lumber
S l'J.r.O per M.
01.0 " "
2300 " "
3i00 " "
of Pans will act as
II. D. Woods vvokt'I Ev
our agent for Latinr county.
S. B. Alls.n. at Djlhs.
Gtn. W. Bvn-.ET at MoKiin-y Cclhn count-
MONTGOMERY LITTLE .t CO.
Circs.!ar-Saw Mi'l Jan. 1st 1817. no 33.
THE STA TE OF TEXAS ) District Co..tt Fall
County of Xaiarro. j Term lo-ls.
Toth: Sheriff of uid Cvt.nly grating:
"JJ"N the ramo md by ihy authority of tbo State of
JL Texas you are hereby commanded to summon
t!ie unknown heirsof Edward Divis deceased hv
publu'atioi for twalvo 'uccassivevveoks m tha Nor-th-rn
Standard a newspaper prml'd at CI irksville
Red River rojuty Teas to appear at the next term
ofthoD-Vu.it court to lc holden in and fur the
county ol iSavartn al Corsicana. the coanty scat of
said cojnty on the fourth Monday in S 'ptcmber A.
j D. cilroian hundred and lorty-eight to answer the
Pplilm.i fiF Vi!l? ii V llpn.1 -rsi.i. i.l Vni-nrrn rum.
tv. Robert M. Tvers. John R. Henry. a:.d John
K:iritl.r resident of Limestone county alL of s.u.1
stnl.ii ' Vs ' iin'irU- 11 nr .Mil ni'tmn. po .
tiat t is important to Plamturs for ihe heir
uard Davis aforesaid to be made parlies
to this s-utt and that thav an? to petitioners u
Petition further stales that said plamtills together
with one Wilhmn M. Jat-kso-i :u.-l one Edward
)..j u-s J01!U co;nct n wrting under their
hands ami teals on the i::ilnliy ol July ISJ'J and
!i:U I"1'""11 0 Ki!J co.itract.w Im h is auneyed to ard
nude part of petition said pirties located cortain
j WIll: Jnl JJlalls on Trinity River m the tlu n coun-
ty ol Kobarison t.ow -Navarro county out tiic par
ties did not then make a survey ol sanl lands so loca-
ted and s.lected: and afterwards said William ?.l
Jackson deeescdaud neither he. duruix his life
time nor his heirs or ropr senuiivts tin reol" duly
t nbtiiied comphod vvith and performed the coaditicns
of the said contract incumbent on l.im the s-.id
jaekron. Petition further states that after the de-
cease of said Jackson the surviving parties to snid
contract in order to carry the same into etrcct lur-
lushed soma warrants to the amount of one third of
a league oflandeach or fourteen hundred and seven-
I tj six. acre- each which were duly surveyed rml
i were reodrded in the olficcof the county survevor of I
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sum ivoiienson ciuiiiy uuu iim cujuus ui iiiu iiu.u
notes of each survey arc also annexed to and made
part ol" said petition; that alcr said n-irvcvs were
made said Edward Davis deceased and th'i! the
names of his heir- successors or reprcent-tives
arc to petitio.icrs unknown and further tliat pelition-
I cr behev es tlisy are l.on-r.vidents ot lexas; that
sall AVilli im M. Jackson his heirs or rrpreseuta-
iuCSj have liirf.'ited all rights to land under s-aul cou-
iract "ud that according to the tenor of the snntr
the heirs of the said Davis ard your petitioners
j have a common and undivided interest and are joint
' and common owners of c.-.rh tract of land surveyed
I as aforesaid w iihout regard to :o name m y.nr'i
cacli sepnrate tract vv. is surveycci; and said Lnm.3
! now remain unJivnle 1. the condition ot the Frontier
i havi.ig prevented petitioners ami said Davis 111:1105
his lilatimc lrom maMngailivisionolsa-u linos as
. u 1 hr iln i.rrn nfiimr contract where-
fonj lietltl(ners pray fr a w rlt 0f Partition th it the
I respective shares ot petitioners and the heirs of said
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1. i 1 T I .... t.. rn tno nnil Itmirtjli
1 r.r.waru u iv 11. uc s-i .isiut.- u urua a m.
ries and nrooerdeeds made to each party for the
same and for publication m the new -paper ltmg
said unknown heirs ice and fur general relief &c.
Herein fail not and mike due rtturn of this writ
with our action on the same.
Witness J. M. RIGGS Clerk of
yTff'. the District Court for the county and
fert?v'2''.'j mvs-ul of olFceat office this ' day
reJJrV 01'M.iy A. D. 18 18 an lot the Inde-
sSaSSp' pcndciice of the United States the
JAMES M. RIGGS D.Clk.N.C.
By A. HENBEnsoN Deputy.
To TJ'E CMC.OVT.V HlIE'5 OF EdVVRDD WIS.
YOU and each of yon are hereby commanded
in accordance with the foreuoins authority to ap-
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ii;;i- in in- iiiJM infill ui II1U 71S111V. ..n... ..
county of Navarro and State afures n'd to be holden
' at Corsicann tho county seat of -aid county on the
fourth Monday m September 18 !3. to answer the
above stated petition wherein W. F. Henderton.
j Robert M. Tvers John 11. Henry and John Earner
are Plaintiff and the
unknown heirs ot r.dwaru
JAMES A. JOHNSON
Shenlfdf Navarro County.
Davis are Defendnnls.
No. 7 12ts.
SUCCESSION OFjX.J. STOATS.
IIEREAS the undeisigned vvas duly appoin
tf-il bv the Hon. Proaatc court for Red Rive
county at the May term 1618 administrator of the
estate of Nelson J. Staatsdeccased.laie of said coun-
ty this is therefore lo give notice to all persons in-
debted to said estate to make immediate payment
and all ihose h'aving claims upon it to present them
lo me duly authenticated within the time prescribed
by law or they will be forever barred.
BENJ. BOOTH Adm-.
Clarksville July- 1st 1848. 11 10 (its.
HOUSE SIGN & CARRIAGE PAINTING.
THE undersigned vvill be happy to do any work
in this line and will endeavor to give satisfaction to
those who may patronise him.
Shop at Shanahan's Cabinet Shop.
"' L. W. YEAGER.
Oartsville June 24(A 1848 n9:ly
JOHN P. DALE
HAS resumed business at .his old shop
South West corncTpf the Public Square
and will do w ork in his line in the laics'
etyls and the best manner.
lie solicits a call from his old customers:
Clcrlsillc Jtrc Zitky 1P48. r.O.t
JU. OREEWOO J. 0 BEACD T. E. A01U9.
MOSES GREENWOOD & Co
M E R C H ANTS-
fi T ovens. St.'
(No. 0 tf.) -
ALFRED & Oo.3
RECEIVJISG.COMMlSSrON" tc FORtVARDIXC
Flr Proof W npc Honjir
.9- 9- A"Jf5E. flnrlW.
'I.J. Sr. W H . fTnevrT.ii's. t
A. M. & L. C. Alexander
Ragsdale & Wp.IGHT
Pace &. Bro.
Bertiielet Heald & Co.
Cnv3. P. Stewart
ALDEN A M. JACKSON
.s;:ipi'i:;g ronw a uni.vcx commission
NO. 28 POYDRAS STREET
RESPECTFULLY offers hiS servieca to the
Planters and Merchants of Northcrnnnd Ea3
tern Tcas for the sale of such staples as find a
market in New Orleans and will make the cus-
tomary advances when required. He will also
make cash purchases cf every description of mer-
chandise and plantation supplies and ship the same
injured to any point mmul; provided orders are
based oa consignments or accompanied by available
C. LEWIS E C. HART
Lcle Lricis .j- IIoccH. Lai J. II. Cane c- Co.
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
A General Assortjifjjt or
AT ALL TIMES.
Messrs. Gr ah vm ) ctcrUciPe. Tex
llVGUV & I O. J
Ca;.t. T. G. Wrickt S Red Ru-er.
P. C0LnERT. ChoCtCTV XcttOt.
THE CE I E BR ATE D
FOR iVJiK BY
OLIVER & OHATFIELD
Thc Graefiissfica ;r TegclaSjIe Pills.
The ttracft'nEjeri? Fever ami A::e
Price Ouc IoSInr n Iox.
Thcmo't implicit reliance may be placed on thes
rills. 1 hey are the only positive cure known; and
should be tried ay all who sailer lrom tins disaasc.
T::c Gr.-icfeiEkerc: SIcaKIi TSHier.
Price 25 CVn :i Peerage.
T!ic C-?r:icfe:2?jer Eye ITiOircn
For disorders cf the eyes this Laiicn has no canal
It is compounded upon the most scientific pnnciplss
a.'d h is perfonncd estncrdinary cures For violeat
Mthnnmalicn; crd.r.ary miiammafon; dimness auJ
filling of the sight; weaknjs cf the eyes involun-
tary weeping; foreign sulisf-r.iv in the eye &c tt
is a positive a:u spceily cure.
Price 23 cents a Lottie vv ith full direction.
THESE Pills are sovereign in the folio .v ing dis
Bilious Complaints Fluor Allies or White
Bodes Gastric Fever
Bow cIs-deHciuit action in Green Sickness
f.ugh ..f Pros
Incontinence of Urine
Inflammation of T.tal
Dyspeptic Consumption Infiammation of the Stom-
Determ.n Uion of Blood
to the Head
Menstruation Sui presse
Fever LowNervoiisTn- Nervous Disardcrs
lenmltent Remittent Ncuralgn
Fever and Atrae Rheumatisms
StO'mchvano is diS2as-s lute?.
ID3 '.0000 bocs are sold weekly
Puce 23 cents a Box.
The Children's Panacea.
This medicine should be in every fam.ly through-
out lite world. It is sovereign in all the diseases to
which children and youlh aio subject. For sum-
mer ccmjilaints dysentery and all other affections
of the slomach and bowels it is infallible. Taken
in small doses occaoonally it will prevent sickness
in any climate. It need but be tried to iaire the
hearty commendation of mothers. In the South-
ern Western and Southwestern Sta'cs and in the
tropics its value cannot be estimated. No other
reliable children's medicine is before the publ.c.
This supplies a want seriously felt by every moth-
er. Pries 25 cents a bottle with ample directions
The CJs'cen Mountain Ointmchl.
Amonsr the diseases to which tins wonderfu
Ointment is adapted are the following: GLANDU-
LAR SWELLINGS AGUE IN THE FACE
WELLED BRE.ISTAXD SOltEXlPLES.
i..ri ' rrnnpv nrr-iiiTiv I
1. 111..M . t r li 1111 r. aiki.i.jj m iir
FELONS AND RING WORM
- U.-w.' .- . -. 7- - -
HEAD end UANINVAL UABLE DRESS1N
FOR BURNS SCALDS and DRAWN BLIS-
TERS SHINGLES ERYSIPELAS PILES
ICLvFLiMiivTio-; or the Eves yield to its power
immediately all Bulises and Fhksii Cut Wounds
arc cured wilh great rapidity; FbVEii Sores and
Schofulous Sor.E3 arc soon changed into a healing
condition and frequently entirely cured.
Price 25 & 50 cents a box vv ith fit directions.
Price Oi-C Dollar it ltolllr.
This elegant and unequaled Hard Extract of Sar"
sapanlla is offered to the public as combining im
measurably greater efficiency than any other Sarsa
panlla Preparation either of this or foreign coun
tries. It is prepared on an entirely new plan by
costly and claborata machinery and by means 01
which a the dcateia properties of the Sarsnparillal
and other ingredierts are obtained "in their highest
degree of excellence. .The inert feculent matter
wh'ch encumbers dl other Sarsapanlla is also pre-
cluded from this compound by tho soma means.
One lox of the Grocj'tnlcrg Sarsapanllc tall go cs
fat as ten bottles of ordinary Sarsapari'i'a and there -
fdre is Tcr Times Cheaper1
3. A. if. MCRRiT J. 17. LATCHES.
HURRAY fc LATEVIER
Altorutj and Caaatellors at Xtrtr V-
Vfll practice in the Courts of the 8th Judicial DiV
trict in Cass of the 5th and in Collin and Grayson
of the Cth. All business entn.sted to them will
meet with their joint and undivided attention.
July lot I3i3. nlO 3ms.
GEO. W. PASCHAL & J. A. PASCHAL"
Attorncys and Counsellors at Law.
Geo. W. Paschal will reside permanently at
Galvestox and J". A. Paschal at Sax Astosio.
One of them will regularly attend the Supremo
Court at Austin and the United States District
Court at Gslvester.to.n.
All business entrusted to their care in Wctra
Texas will receive prompt attention. Their firm'
mav oe addressed at either place.
Galveston Fib. 17th 1848. oO.tf
VV. II. JOHNSON.
B. W. CRAY.
JOHNSON & GRAY
AllorciCTj anJ CouucIIora at Law
Titus Cocst7; Texa's;-
"5T7"ILL practice in the Courts of the 3th Judicial
District. Al-o in Cass and Upshur fit thar
8lh District and the :sur rente Court.
A:toraey anil Ceurteflor at aW
VILL nract'Cfi in ibp -rrT-il Pni.Tiiino
Judicial Datrict3nd in Cass of the 5th.
jjeccmyr an lts-17. 3i:tl
T. J. RUSK & A. S. THRUSTON:
"AVING formed a Law partnership will attend
- the Courts of Harrison. and of the Sixth Jiini-
THOS. J. RUSK Xacogdothu.
A. S. THRUSTON MuskSl.
May 10th 1S1G. 9 tf
R. & W. R. SCURRY
Altor:tcj- aatl Connsrllcr' ai Iavr
CrFtcc jttUDLn r.oo:t or the Star Hotel.
Jonx W. IlAP.r.is Esq. is associated for practice
in the Supreme Court. No. 49. if.
HE subscribers having associated tlicBEcIvci in
the practice of Law will regularly attend the
Courts in Bowie Titus Hopkins Grayson Fannin
Lamar and Red River in the 8th Judicial District
and thu county of Cass in the 3th District. All bu-
siness entrusted to either will receive the prompt
attention of both
WJI. S. TODD.
BURRELL P. SMITH.
Clcrlsti'J: March 1st 1S47. lG.tf
P. J. PILLANS
Attorney mil Counsellor nt Larr
r O N H A 1
Will attend the Courts of the Eighth District.
March 13th 1845. tf.
S. K. Mc GOWEN'
Atlcmej- at Lan
B o s a :t FcnrtiH Cvukty.
i'B'vIIE npdcr"gned h'.ving located poratancijUy in
JL this place rcspcLtfully tenders lib professional'
services to the citrrens of Clarksvills and vicinity.
I. P MORGAN M. D.'
CL.r.nviLLE JulyOth lSlcJ.
(No. 11 2mcs.)
DR. R. R. ROGERS
Having L'joatt.d Pesmasestlt is
l (ii'ksuiilc u eras
Tc:."je.-.s hLs professional services to the citizens
of Town and vicinity.
March" 1th. 1643. IS.tf.
DRS. MARTIN & GILLIAM
MAVE ascociated themselves in the practice of
Medicine. Beth will attend on Patients whan
necessary v.ithout additional charge.
January 1st 1S13. 3'J.tf.
A. K. ELLETT M. D.-
f I a r It s u i 1 1 c . .
FFERS his jirofeacianal services in the 5evaral"
departments of the Healing Aft to the citizens"
of Clarksville and its vicinity.
Fiom the advantiges which he lias had in quali-
fying himself Ibr the practice of hi3 profession in
the best Medical schools in America and several
years attendance upon the Alms Hous3 and Hospit-
al practice in Philadelphia and the Alms House and
. j Penitentiary practice in Richmond Virginia togeth-
t. ..1.1. . L.v'1... .v .. oi.fc....... j i.ai.1 u. iiiamua
in tho South he Hatters himself that he will receive
the confidcr.co of an intelligent Public and by an
assiduous atte.nt;on to the duties of his profession;
with a desire to pleasahc hopes to share tho public
He wdl unless prcfsssionally engaged generally
be found either at his o.Tice or at his residence.
Oflice on the East s.ae of the Public Squaro;
Residence the late dwelling of R. II. Graham1"
ro. SC Iv
DRS. GORDON & WALKER
HAVING Associated themselves in the prac-
tica of Medicine in all its different branches
respectfully tender their services to tho citizens of
Clarksville and vicinity.
Feb. 1 1B4G 110. 15 tf.
VBINET SHOP IN PARIS.
npHE subscribers have opened a Cabinet Shop in
JL the town of Pans Lamar county a short dis
tance from the public square; vv here they will keep
a supply of cabinet furniture on hand.
They are prepared to fill any order that they may
ia sa TC""' raST "" B:u" S S
furnish houses would do well to give them a call
I t i-
I D;ore purchasing elsewhere as they pledgelhccj-.
'selves to do as good work as can be had in lhi
country at mouciaie ciiargcs.
Coffins furnished at the shortest notice and gen-
eral attention at burials if required.
BRACKNEY & COLLINS. -
Paris July 3d. 1817. (no 121f.)
A full assotlnvnl nfBlASES comprising
ASSESSORS BLANKS.TWO FORMS.
(FOR DISTRICT COURT.) M
Citations ' Subpanas
Executions n Capiases
Jurors Certificates Witnesi. Certificates.
(FOR PR OB A TE COURT:)
Administrators' Bonds Letters of A4rninistraticn;
Guardians' Bonds Letters of" Guardianship"
(FOR MA GISTRA TES:) a
Citations. Snbpoenas Executions .
1 1 n .A. K'w MrJ.-
Delivetiy Boxes '
For SirERiFrs. and Costabissj.! -ItT
For sale at tho STANDARD OFFICE.'
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