The Northern Standard. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 19, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 2, 1848 Page: 4 of 4
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DemKiatie National CbmmiUee Appolatwlby
Jkfcwachusctts Bcnj. F. Hallctt.
TennesTec-James M. SVilliainkon.
Texan David S. Kuufmin.
-Louisiana Emiie La Sere.
JvJrw Yoik Edwin CroswcII.
Ponnylvannia John W. Forney
itfnryland Albert Coustabla.
Ohio Samuel Mcdary.
".Virginia Win. F. Ritchie.
Connecticut Charles A. Ingersoll.
Delaware George Rerd Riddle.
New Jersey Edwin R. V. Wright.
Georgia M. Hall McAlistcr.
Veimont Horace Clarlc.
'Illinois Murray McConnell
Wisconsin Watson C. Daring.
iNorth Carolina Robert Strange.
Indiana G-lbert Hathaway.
Mississippi John Duncan.
Kentucky John W. Stevenson.
Missouri Samuel Treat
Arkansas Alexis T. Raincy.
Maine Charles Andrews.
Alabama Patrick Henry Brittan.
Rhode Island Walter S. Burges.
Iowa James Clart;.
hiy truth -Call me coward call me a ren-' proclaims his return mark the ship as it
egade. Iwillaccrpr-the.se titles as the dashes through the waves and ncars. the
j penalties whirji t a fidelity Jtoujy convictions shore; behold him standing there upon the
baa imposed. l .will be so tor a snort lime deck the same calm intrepid noble ncart
only. JTo the end I seethe path I have Leen his clear quick eye runs along the shore and
ordained to.walu and upon the grave wlncli tills with the light which flashes from the bay
closes in that path I can read no cowaid's Sonets of the people a moment's pause! an
epitaph. Bitterly indeed might the wile
And children of our illustrious friend la-
ment the loss they have sustained if his exam-
ple failed to excite amongst us that defiant
spirit which' in spito of pains and penal-
ties will boldly soar to freedom; and from
the dust where it has writhed and fretted
for a time return in rapturous flight to the
ource from whence it issned Not till then
not till the cowardice of the country has been
nmdo manifest let theie be tears and
mourning round that hearth of which the
pride mid chivalry has passed -away. I sa id
that in the depiessiun which his Iocs in-
spired I deeply shared I should not hiVe
said so. t fetrl no depression. His exam-
ple his stern fortitude his tranquil hero-
ismforbids the feeling. All that was pcrisha-
ble in him his ilcsh and blood are in the keeping
of the privileged felons who won his liberty
with their loaded dice. Put his genius his
truth his heroism 10 what penal settlement
have these iiminn tul influences been condemn-
Jedr Oh! to have cheeked the evil promptly
C-DnttP.H.nP MR MtV.AftITFR i JO have secured thiir crown &. government
Oljjuuu vi V. . .against!
meeting in Dublin
The'Policy of the Irish Leaders.
The following eloquent speech was deliv-
rrci bv Meagher at a
him and teachinfrs to have done their
f. -I 1 : - It !... ft.....l.l li...'n
ucitL.icr.Kis' uiisiucss t;ii iiicj z-uu...u i.u.i.
read his mission anil bis power in the slar
that presided at his birth and have stabbed
'- ! - l- It .til J ! .1." ...
en the 5th ult. when the preparatory steps mm in ins cr.iuie. ine scizeu nun unny
were taken towards a consolidation of all years too late they seized him when his
ealers. It should be read attentively sieauy uanu iiau in uie s.iureu um uno inc
fnend of the cause of repeal: name had passeu iroin soui 10 soui. vno
rDrlln. 'sneaks of depression then? Banish it! Let
Mr Thos F. Mcaahcr ne.xt presented him- not the banners droop 1st not the battalions
eff and was received with the most raplu- reel when the young chief is down. You
' -i : W..?dr:iii7iis of Dnh- hive to avenge that fall. Until that fall shall
i.n .-..- we last as-erabled in this hall an have been avenged a sin blackens the soul of
event has occured which decides our fate. the nation and repels from our cause the
We are no longer masters of our lives. sympathies of every g llant people. For one
Thev belon" to'thc country to liheitv to 1 am pledged to follow him. Once again
vengeance. Upon the wails ol Neuente a inev snail nave to parts im-ir jury nox once
then amid the rour of cannon the fluttering-
of a thousand Hags the pealing of cathedral
hells the cheers of millions the triumphant
felon sets his foot once more npon his native
soil hailed and blessed and welcomed ns
the iirt citizen of our free and sovereign
State. Enthusiastic and deafening cheers
amid which Mr. Meagher retired
Gen. Harrison's Opinion of Gen. Cass
We doubt no that there arc some (few we
would trust) amoug the whig party who will
be irndy not only to impeach Gen. Cass's
skill and courage as an oilicer and soldier to
call him coward hut even to r.wear that he
never was in battle at all or smellcd hostile
gunpowder in his life. We refer sue!) in
advance to the subjoined extract from Gen.
Harrison report of the battle of the Thames
in winch battle uen. Oass bore a conspicu
ous pait: Ohio Empire.
"I have already stated that Gen. Cass and
Commodore Perry assisted me in forming the
troops for the action. The former is an ofli-
"IN THE TOWN OF PARIS.
TIIE Undersigned would respectfully iri-
fonn Ins friends throughout the lied River
District and the travelling community gen-
x. a. n. MunaxY J. vr. mtimcx.
' MURRAY St LATIMER
Attorney nail Comurllora at Low.
Will practice in the Courts of the 8th Judicial Dis
crally that he has just opened a House of Public rict iu Cass of the 5th and in Colhn and Grayson
entertainment in Pans Lamar County Where he of the Jilli. All business entrusted to them will
will be happy to serve all who may tavor Mm with
His buildings arc all new large and commodious.
His table will be furuishjd with the best the coun
"His stable is supplied with plenty of Com. Hay
anil Fodder and careful and attentive Ostlers and
Ev cry exertio i mad a to allbrd entiro satisfaction to
those who may patronize his House.
GEO. W. WJIIGHT.
Paris December 12. 1810. (u21 tf.)
TJIIS Well known large and Com-
modious EslaMis'itiint is open as
he.-etnfur.j.for the accommodation of
Itceuvin!? heretofore a targe share
the of public pitwiage every effort
vv ill ba made to mcr t a continuance of it.
Situated in a proimncnt position npci 'lie Public
square Strangers will lind it a desirable s:Tpni
ccr ol the nigliest promise and Hie appear- pbec from its local.ty and immediate contiguity to
nncc oi uic iir.ivi: cimuiiiuuui c tutuuu uuu mp most puoiic part ol me town.
animated every breast." j The tabic is alwavs supplied with the besl the
An eye witness ol the battle writes also Uuintry attonls.
!... A very large Stable with shclur for Carriages.
"in the autumn of 1813. I well recollect Mta& '" 'be Hotel and a plentiful supply of
meet with their joint and urdivided attention.
July lut ltJ4t- niu Jms.
UEO.W. PASCHAL & J. A. PASCHAL
Attorney ami Counsellors at Lair.
Gro. W. Paschal will reside pcnmncatly at
Galvistos and J. A. Paschal at San Antosio.
One of them will regularly attend the Supreme
Court at Austin; and the "United States District
Court at CdvestcnUm
All business entrusted to their caTe in Wcstc-r
Texas will receive prompt attention. Their finu
may be addn.st.od at cither place.
UUieston F.b. ltft 1S48. oO if
W. K. JOIIhSOV.
B. W. CRVT.
JOHNSON & GRAY
Altoru-;4 nml CoiiurIIor nt Lair
TlTCS C'OCSTY TCSAS
W'ILL practice in the Courti of the 8th Judicial
District. AR? in Cass and Upshur ui the
Stli District and the Supreme Court;
Dnmdrrijth 13 J7.
fettered baud has inscribed this dcbtiny.-
We shall he the martv rs of the .rulers of a
revolution. 'One two three i)e hundieds
shall follow me" exclaimed the glorious citi
zen who was sentenced to exile and immor-
tality upon the morning of the 20th of May.
Such was his prophecy and his cnildieu
"vill live to say it has been fulrilled. Let nu
man mistrust these woids. Whilst I speak
thm I nm fully sensible of the obligation
nirain exhibit to the vvoihl the frauds and
mockeries the tiicks and pcijmies Upon
which their power is based. In this island
the English never never shall lest.
The woik'i -g-m by the Norman never shall be
completed. Oenei.ition tiansinit to genci alien
the holv passion. From the blood that which
dienched the scaffold ol 1793 the felon oftthis
3 ear have sprung should their blood flow
pence anil io)r.ity ana tionnsemcnt may
hev imuosc. It is an obligation iroin vvincii here lor a time lesiime their reign the
there is no exemption but through infamy snows ofa winter the flowers of a slimmer
tClaimiu" jour tiust however 1 well know may clothe the proscribed graves but fiom
he feelings that prevail amongst you. those giavcs theie shall be a rcsunection.
Uoubt acprcssioii slrnne! Doubt as to Peace lojalty and debasement forsooth! A
ihc -truth ol those whose advice n-straincd stagnant society! bleeding iu its bosom
your tlarin". Depression in-piied by the slimy sluggish things which to the sutfnee
iossofthe ablest and the boldest man among-t make their way by steallh and there for a
us. Shame excited by the case the inso- season eierp cringe and glitter in the glare
lenoc the impunity with which he was hur- ofa provincial rnvaliy. Peace 1 1) ally and
ried in chains irom the island to whose ser- debasement! A mass of pauperim! shovel-
rice he had sacrificed all that he bad on ed off the land t ekcd in fever sheds and
earth that inaJe life dear and honorable poor houses shipped in Canadian Swamps
and glorious to him his home his genius lags and pestilence and vcimin. Behold
and liis libeity. In those feelings ol depres- the iu!e ol England!--and iu that rule bc-
sion and shame 1 deeply 6lure and from hold humanity dethroned and blasphemed
the mistrust with which some of you at least To keep up this abomination they enact
.i i ..i.i... i.tn i1 .!...:.. I 1 I. I I . .1...
may rearu me ineiuueis u niu im.- .tmi- muir liin? ui iciuuy. in si-i;p iiy niu
cil I shall not hold myscll exempt. If they abomination we must break thiniigh their
are to blame so am 1. Between the heaits ot laws. Should the laws fail they will hedge
the people and the bayonets I took my stand :hu abomination with their bavoiietsaud their
With the members of the Council and wain- gihhuts. These too shall give way before
ed back the precipitate dev.'tion which scolT- tne torrcntts of fire that gather in the soul of
ed prudence as a crime I amheie to answer the people. The question so long debated
for that act. If you believe it to liave been the debated 3 cars ago on lields of bloods de-
ad of-a dastard treat no vvitli me delicacy trca bated la'tcily in a vena! senile -imid the
ma with no respect vindicate vour courage jeers and yells of faction the question as to
in t!ie impeachment ol the coward. who -lull he the owners of this island must
The necessities aut perils o: mc cause ier- uc tins jear Utteriiuueu. i be enu is al iinnu.
bid the interchange of courtesies. Oivili- and so unite and arm nud aim! A titice to
tits aie out ol pk.ee iulhe vvhiilS. tuiiiult of chceis to speeches to banquets to "impor-
llie tempest. And do not fearlhe loriei- taut icsolutions that icsolvc nothing iniu
tuie of your confidence will induce 1:1 mc the ''magnificent diiplavs" wiiich nre nothing
renunciation of the cause. lathe tanks by hut pi eposlerous deceptions. Ascertain your
thesidc of the pjure.it mechanic I shall lesourccs in inch locality consolidate ar
proudly act under any executive you may range them substitute delined action lor drilt-
deciee'. Summon the intellect and heroism less passion and ia the intelligent distribution
of the democracy Iroin the workshop the and disciplined exercise of your poweis
field the "arret bind tne orovv of labor with iet the mind of your euuuti) manifest its pur-
the crown of veicignty place the sceptre p.jsc and give permanent etfect to its ambi-
in the rou-h and blistered h ind and to the linn. In cat rviug out thii plan t!ie cou.itrv
ices ol the leading nieiii-
and from ibis great task-
Council to the iieooie oflreland the address the organization of the cuutry we shall not
signed by Wiliiani Suiitli O'Brien bears wit- desist until it has been thoroughly accom-
ness to your determination. It states that phshed. When it is accomplished the coun-
thuusand of Uie Confederates had pledged try may resume its ft Ledum and
General Cass of the noithweMern army
commanded by Harrison and Shelby. He
was conspicuous at the landing of the troops
upon the Canada shore below Maiden on th
27th of September and conspicuous at the
battle of the Thames as the volunteer aid
of the commanding Geneial. I saw him in
the 111 d-t of the battle in the deep woods
upon the bank of the Thames during the
uroar and clangor of liie-arms and sava
ges )clls of (he enemy. Then I was a gitcn
youth of seventeen and a volunteer fiom
Corn Fodder. Oats and Hay. alwavs on hand.
C'.'crrn.V .Very 1. IS48.
no. -J If.
OF TIIE STATE OF TILW1S
AND TIIE ORDINANCES
W I t II T II E R U I. E S O F T II E
I'ST issued in pamphlet form neatly pruned.
siM or f W'rnr'i TDr?r a-n-r
W11.1. lit liEsiG.v. Mr. Gieelv of the X. -" ''" 7 " "" a.
Viir Ti iliime savs Mint "fi'MiM:il Tnvlor
lntm.r .....r.ipil in rim iVViwilnnt nmtlii ' At thisoiuce and b Oliver A CliatfidJ ar.d
.. ..... ..... v . . .... .... . . ... 0---
to lesign his commission at once and devote
his leisure thus acquired to the stud) oft hose
questions of civil policy wherewith he is
no danger of becoming- loo familiar.
Penis) Ivama Law Jouriul and
The Am-TUMii Punch The John Donkcv
The undersigned Is ajr.i:i for the above works I AN YARD AND SADDLER'.
At this office and bv Oliver
C (". Alexander C'larksvillc
At tne More ol A. M. Afcvanc. t. Pans
' ' L. Vletindcr Bjnhuii.
" " " " II. P. Cnimp Jela-Toon.
" " " " M. -M. Knight Greenvdle.
V ." ' " I!r; Gra!l '" Husalo
I'Idridge Hopkins Ta-rant.
15. W. Gray. Mount Pleasant.
It. Morton White Oak.
which are all ol high character in liieir respective
depirtmeuts and will be happv to recsive subscrip-
.as. The price of the Law Journal is $J00 per an-
num the others $ 300.
FRANK II. CLARK.
Clarks.i'dc June 16th 18id. 118 tf.
ESTATE OF ISAAC II AT E.MAX.
THE Undersigned having bought the
weil known HluirSprmg in LiniirCntiniv
I-J miles exst ui Pans and one and :i Iiali mile iti.nh
of Mr. Grcsliams m the north end of MIossom Prai-
rie have now gut their shop up and the hiuMiug
for. and sinking of llie yard ism rapid progtess.
They have -a excellent Tanner who is superinten-
ding and are reidy to receive hides on the shares. or
give leather or S iddlery for tliom. We hive i!so. a
"?"HEREAS the unders'gneil was appointed small lot of sole and upper leather just received and
Vv by the Honorable Probate Coi.rl ol" Red Riv- w jJJ be able to keep up a supply all the su.in.ier and
er cou'ity at the Miy term loir administrator up- tall.
01 the est He of Isaac l'ateman deceased late of Our oM fricids. and th" p lblic goa.-rjlly. are
said ct.uiitv til's is tacrctore lo l.ctuv all persons rcspoctluiiv invited to call as we ?ru resolved l(
indebted to said ittate lo m:.Ue liutitediale pa)tujiit inake'i their interest to deal with us
S. II. PIRKE Y.
Allornt-jr uuti Comiirllar nt "Lavr
Will practice in the several Counties
Judici il D.stric: and m Cass of the 5th.
lkctmberWt 187- 31-tf
AlOWX. with the above cams aasbeen Iaal eS
upoa the w est bank ol the 1 rinit)- nver a high
and beaatifulbluaViaucealaitlyr.tovclhe eoclh. hue
ot Jlcreer s Colony acd below al! lalta acd olstruo-
tions to the navigation of the Trinity.
Navigation to this point is undoubted; a boat hav-
ing been within 2U milts ot it in February last and
the rrcer being uninterruptedly geed to the BlUls
TheTowu and the country inane dh'.ciy ..ro-jcd
alouud with bold springs of the purest water.
The health of the place is believed tote good
there bjiag neither vwaraps nor stigcaat watla '
about and the families who resided at th place au
year havingliad geed health
North West acd South of the Elcfli.fcr a gre
distance is as rich fanning land as there is ia tha
Geoc Road3 which will cot have to cress cither
wianpii or boggy land can be' had to the place from
any desirable direction.
As a joint for Suiniest or Pnocscc it has
great advantages there being no bluffs oa the west
bank of the Trinity below the obstructions to Navi-
gation and lugh enough as a deposit for the projj
duce of the L'fper Trinity Country combining iho
accessibility and other advantages of this point. As
a point for .Mercantile establishment at the present
time it 13 unequalled in the Upper Trinity region
as the country which should properly trace at this
point iinineiisu. The Richland Chambers Creek
and Navasoto Country all his adjacent. At least
500 hales of Cottoa will be shipped frcai this point
the coming wintcr.and much more would be butter
the difficulty in procuring seed.
We oiler to donate I013 to Merclumts and Mechaa
ic3 who will settle at this point and improve thcra.
All persons who may desire to settle at a new
place having every prospect ofa rapid rise are in-
vited to examine ihe locality and purchase lots;
which will besuIJIovv.
A good feffy boat is constoi.ily kept at the place.
W. NICKS ANDERSON
roil CiiAiiLEs Fcstos Mercer
(uStfJ A. Associates.
T. J. UU.SK & A. S. TIIKUSTOX
HAVING formed a Law partners.''ipwill alteud
the Courts of Harrisouaud of the S.'Sth Judi-
T3WN OF TAOS";
d' Head of fuuigulidii bn ihc Trinity.
THOS. J. RI'SK. . .
May IGtb Ibib'. O.lf
r 3 viir. auove town lias been laid o at
JL L:uti on the west bank ot the Trimtv.
. & W. R. S C U II R Y
Attorney nn-I CuunMl!on nt Ijx-t
C L A R K SVILLE
OlFICE. MIDDLE ROOM OF THE SrVU llOTEL.
Jons- W. Hvrv.is Ewj. is a-s.wiated for pnetic
iu the Supreme Court. No. I'.r it".
mclsc advantages licIJ out to the Merchant 1 aimer
' Mccfcan.c and Proicssiooal man in search i.f a luca-
noil arc such as will impress every person in its
lfajr. who valuis health a rich soil and a genial
! The Mt.-chant r.iil here and a tract of cor.ntry
j 100 miles in eiteut deuend(.ct urcn this poxt for
j I ne Fr.nntr can purchase gcod land ia Ac :r.ir.c-
diale v ;ciai: y at iro.u 50 ivnts lo p;w dollar per srre;
til.' till.- indisputable; co.ifbti.gof rufcice black aj.d
mulatto eulortd sod; ttuiber aco: prairie: in point ol
richues. tuily ituai to the Amcr.ean Lottcno on the
Mt-sisaippi or tlia I.oito.!i lauds on the Red scs Ar-
kaiuas iiitcrs: u!!oru:.j an cieulleiit steck
bulb sunuaer and unite.- and well calcuLud for tiu
HP su'isenliHTslcHiiiirncserari! t..... .1 .. ; haius i.i.crs; ulloru:.' an cieulleiit ateck MJ:
a ihc practice of law will regularly tutend the
I eurts nl aa
Li'inr and I
and ihe county
simcss entrusteti to citl.er will receive the prempt
atteutiou of b-Jth.
WM. S. TODD.
HLTUHKLL P. SMITH.
Ci'uilsuL'c March 1st. 1S17. 10 if
Me iitus iloikius. Graven I-annw e""" ' -"? ""'""i ".wise v.sa acu
Jed River m the fell. Judicial DiricJ. -.-rJe.i vegctao.i.s.
of Cas-s m the 3th District. All ba- e -lc: ac a"1 l'rotcss.ocsl m-i.caa pursue
...v.. ...m. wvu-w.4.7 .iu .ti in u.!u nm llie
tho udvaiitageot raj mly increasing pop'.Ll.oa.
ami ail tiiosj iiavin clums upja it to pre in Hum
to tha undjrsigncd duly autlu-nueated according to
Clcrlsi ilk July tk 1 o :H. (n 1 1 Cis)
death I shall be the subject and the soldier shall have the erv
of the plebeian king. The addicss of the bcis of the council
themselves that John Mitohel s!i iu!d not
leve these shores hut through their blouJ.
We weie bound to in ike tnis statement
bound injustice to you bound in honor to thi
country. Whatever odium may spring from
that scene of victorious deliance iu which
s. .ii.. . .. :.u
the overnmeiii piaycu us pun uuuui u aj the jnJ
fctamtner or a cnecu njue iaus oii j. x.u . . . .. i....... ... ...
would have fought had we not seized your h anJ UaJe!te aild WdrlI1 hia mu
handand b..und them. Let no foul tongue diaiR m ca(Tu uvv e ad vlgor
then spit its sarcasms upon the people luey Mr lom ltltyUI W1I wllose hcait t)c
were ready tor the sacrifice; and had the . . ... .. u! . ..i
word been given the stars would burn thisK utllllled by UllcU bUo iok:S Wllll
eignty lo the work thein witli iiigii liope
and impassioned vigor.
Theie is a black siiip upon the southern
sea this night. 1-ar iroin hia own old luud
far lnnii ttie'sca and toil and sky which
staudui heie he u.-cd to claim tor )ou with
of a true lush pi luce far from
np'Iit above a thousand crmisuiicd graves
Th guilt is ours let the sarcasm l.ill upon
our heads. We told you in the clubs four
dav previous to the trial the reasons that
compelled U3 lo oppose the project of a res-
cue. The concentration of 10.0JJ troops
upon the city the incomplete organisation
ol th people ttie iiisufHcioticy ot food m
caseo: a sustained resistance the unceitain-
ty u to how far the couutiy districts were
prepared to support us these were the chief
reasons that forced us into an antagonism
with your generosity your devotion your in-
trepidity. Night alter night we visited the clubs
to know your seutimeuts your determination
and to the coarse we iiistraatud you t j aJ p t
you gave at length a reluctant saiic i r.
No.vIUo not tliiaK it wiulU aecaaaiu conceal
thefact that the day subsequent to the
arrest of John Mitchel 1 gave expression to
sentiments having a tendency quite opposite
to the advice I have inenti.iued. At a meeting
of the Gratton Club I said that the Confed-
eration ou ht to come to the resolution to re-
eist by force the transportation of John Mitch-
el and if the worst betel U3 the ship that
carried him away should sail upon a sea of
blood I said lliis and 1 shall not now con-
ceal it. I said this and I shall not shrink
from the reproach of of having aeted other-
wise. Upon consideration 1 became con-
vinced they were sentiments which if acted
upon would associate my name with the ru-
in of the cause. I felt it my duty therefore
to retract them not to disown but to con
demn them not to shrink from the responsi-
bility which the nvowal of them might en-
tail but to avert the disaster which the en
forcement of them wouia ensure iou uue
nw heard all I haH to say upon that point;
and with a conscience happy in the thought;
that it ha concealed nothing 1 snail exul-
tingly look forward man event the shade .v
of which already encircles -us for he vindi-
cation of inv conduct: and the attestation of
serenity and pride upon tier vvidjwcd house;
and in the children uiatgndle her with beau-
ty buiiutd the inheritors ofa naiuu which to
tuoir hist ure.itli will secure lor them the
love tne honor the blessing of their country
lar troiu tne.se scenes anujo)s clothed and
lettered as a lelou lie is liorne to an island
where the rich uiid uiilltuut and rapacious
power ol winch lie was the foe has doomed
linn to a daik existence. That sentence
shall be reversed reveiscd by the decree of
a nee nation amiyed m anus and m glory.
Till then in the love ol the country let the
wile ano; children ol the llliistiious e.ule be
suicided lroiu adversity. True when he
stood Delore the judge and with the voice
and bearing oi a liomaii. told him that three
hundred were prepared to follow hiui tiuc
it is that at that uumeut he spoke not ol his
home and children lie thought only of his
country and to the honor of her sons be-
queathed the cause for which he was doomed
to sutler. Hut in that one thought all other
thoughts were cmbiaced. Circled by the
arms and banners ofa lrce people he saw his
home secure his wife jo)ous his children
prosperous. This was the thought that for-
oade his heart to bleuclr when he Ictt these
shores this was the thought which calls up
this night.as he sleeps w iitiiu that prison-ship
dreams lull of light mid rapturous joy this
the thought which will lighten the drudgery
IN GOOD TIME.
JUST rocji.cJ the Health liir.ero of the Grae-
le.iberg Coinp my. for which o m my have been
inquiring: also thj Dvsjiitery Syrap of the same
manufacture just :. s osrn.
01.1 LH &. CIIATTir.LD.
Clais-svilk' June -Jd IS 13. .iG.if
FERRY AT FEKTON
;.v tup: trinity.
nnllK Public are henbv ii fi-rn id ll.at I l.a-c a
JL ee.llcat new ten) bo it hjr- altvavs reirtv .oi
t!ie:r accoiiiiiiuti ition. The approochos to the :-rry
on either tid s of liie river are vvull opened. The
town is s.tuated n.i a b riuliful Ululi on the List
side of Trinity a.ai the Loi.o-n n.i th ojipos'te side
is narrower tin.i at any pmiit ever used as a ferry
above or below fur i lany miles. This is the new-
est and best route between Clarksville and Tawaca-
na springs on ll.CTouic to Austin.
March 2:1 I8I Jfj-tf
i aAGliii) si jDi
"Wl L Have rccei.ed
within the lasl two weeks.
:3 varieties ol New I vrt comprising
A CONFLUENCE COLLEGE.
At ihc late ssim of the Fust Tait Annua! Con-
ference ti the M. '. C'Awn A South the Jaiaaing pre-
amble and resolutions irtrc cda lid:
Where the mambcrsofihis conference fell a deep
and an abiding interest m tl'e stibvet of Educa-
catinn.anil are d-sirous of eslabi.sliuig perma-
nently an Iistitution of learning upon principles
mutually beneficial to the conference and the
ari.uoi.iu oergtvy uuuer uicirraiinM.aswcii as. j Sn am v t f s oc - u
i i.onau. aho a lar 'e vanity of tvpc-inelal Cuts tiritaiiients.
iherefore. Resolved 1 hat a committee of three be all j 1Juri! . H; uof fanev cok.red Paper and
apPoinl?d to select an chgmle loeilipn at some Cjrd aw j . s .lm .;.
Iioi.it within th3 boun-U of this Conference and T u uIllSiU v vjrkty . ;(mvi .
i ua. ii. y m autncn7.e.i to receive proposuuvis. or j ueholcll. muk c lc Standard Job Ot-
ttii nhiint finI frt m.rr.i.nnnil ii tfli tinn.nna v. Iw ' ....
.u..uj..i;1u.u..rv t.....Uo ..u ficc litJ most complelc in the Slate as to vanctv
may fee an interest m -smh a measure and re- atd iiuahtv of materials.
port to mis Lonierc.ro a. .s nvi session. w are accordingly prepara.1 to do any sort of
At l'Ult.'ll 1HV.V- v )1U U.'OIVI lllv V"HIVV.IHVi 1M"...
ted the unucrsigneJ so.l committee v. ho
ready to receive propositions lor the o'ljcct
GoA It imv t.iipll In CI its ilml iho 1 . 1
areof opinion that aCollcgelastitutioii.undertlie con- or Hronze.m the irji-.sl styU at rcasonaMs rales
trclol our ehurch.niay be iiude.uutoiilya nursery of "'' wiut iiroiiiiuniss
I 1 Iu re is suiiicieu; w ater r ovv er lor .Mill and manu
facturing j nrj 1 st:.
( This l.-ing the nearest IJIufTto il.e fuct fie laf:
and atcessilde iho greater part of the v ear to I oats at'
light Lra..gr.l avnts the :: ost ds:n.ble dejut Icr
s'.uruig r.ou-Jsdcstun.d lor uftr Te.vas uud tac ad
ynumg States of Nv. Melko.
: 'I t.u- ruadi irutu Slirevepert Mouth of Mill Creek
and Kiouucai oa Red Kivcr; also lieia Paris and
lSui.lia.1. laicraert the ruad I Ailing to Porters bluli
ui and near lvaijsboniagh prairie.
j 'i'he Tr...ty lieuar.i. at this j cinl is scarcely half
a i:u!e vi .-le. vi uh l;ul oi.e slough over w Inch a good
i Bridge ha. hen built.
I Wtarcat ivcry othor Crossing the Dclttra is
fniia I! to 5 ualcs iJo aiil cLt up witn irnuiutraalo
sloughs. A direct line from CJarksvilIe prairie Iu
Ausiui uuiiUerjcStfit 'inuuy river in the iizuitci-
ale HLigJili.irIii.o--i ot Porter s lilutf.
' Tnj route no..- ha. in? a good and rerltet!?
urofesstutsl str3'ciitruaril'LtwcciilliesetjinisHjl msie n Ho
s.-rvice tu the c:;uvms o: tI irksvills aid vieuutv. ilK"-1 popular hue ot irtvei lo ihe est.
J'. J. I!ILLA.S
AciorurV anil Cuun!Iura( Uir
B 0 N II A M
'.l.Y.V.V CO i:TV-;
Wat mend the Coarts of the Kh'h District.
March 13th Int.". :f.
s K T . ('C"''VPV
Atitirary m Iitf
II o s h i y. t'u'iir. County.
"THE un L-i-sig::. J huv.ng located p"ni.aneiily in
-- lias luce Tespceiiuiiv iintlers Ins
1. P. MORGAN M. 1).
Clarssvili.!: JuL'Otli. 15tt.
(No. 1 1 --nos )
rcrs.:.s si-.sirocs ci purcl...i:e lls will p kase ap
ply to mc suj-.-cn..r
DR. R. R. ROGERS
II..vi L.h'hed lEM1I::.v iv
CCl a v!rs utile if eras.
Tesueks his profcssioi.al services to the citis
of Town and vicinity.
March !ih. lfS.-Ja.tf
I'-c. ICih H.
tl. II. POSTES.
At TiiJ. ULvrr.
3. MARTIN & GILLIAM
3Eo.-uiiii ihcv.is.-li.-- m the pnonce of
cine iiotli will att -aii ea Paliscts w bra
ncc-ssar.- without ad.ution.-I ilr-rc. i
Januiry 1st l.sJS. Z'J.lf. '
BUtLI S PAMPHLETS.
ClHCl'LMtS --SHmVMilLLS. j
F'j-ekvl NvirAriosr lUij. Iiv:f?r:oxjj
HPSisi&'i caicds rteinxa cards
Eec-tcil at this QXce without delay.ua laeJciat
ru.s am! in t!. I5ij.t style.
'o.iference large or small with lllaek or Fancy colored Inks.
learning iorour cluiaren hut a nowertul anx-.n.irv
to the cause of rightco.isness by -alKirdinga system
of moral training as wcllasmlelL'cnialeultiiie; and
by od'enng tu parents and guardians a sullicient
guaranty that such will be the case.
An institution ot this ch iractcr cstihlishcd at
some central healthful pleasant and eligible point
to bo chartereU by a tuturc legislature and palron-
izeJ .ui.l suyported by the Lonferj.icj and the
May 0 IS IS.
A. K. ELLET1
CC I a r k s o 1 1 1 c .
M S 0 F f H E S T A K BARD.
tTiv.nt.u is issaed every Saturday in nnn
OFFERS his prot" ssion-al s tv-;s it ihe levira:
departments of the Hrahiur Art. to the citizens
oi i larKsv uie and itsvicu.itv
r .0:11 ihc advantnges vvlach he his had ii ciial:-
himsjlf far the pra-tiee of his prafesaton in
BY virtue ofa proclamation of His Etcellercv
Geoige T. Wood Governor of the State oi
Texas bearing date ihc filth day of June A.D. 1S-IS
ami 111 accordance with existing laws.
1. Jul. 11 Siil.-s. Chief Justice pf the ponn'v hfTvuli
Ciiurch would in the opinion of the undersigned Itivei do hereby onler an Election to be heiJ at li.s'
be an important acquisition to any community and dilcrcnt precincts in ihe county of Red River on th
uoiiiu 01 liscit support a respcciauie tow 11. irst jioiulay iho sovt
It will also be the policy of th" Conlercncc to cs- for said county one
labhsli a church paper at the same lo.ut which Shcrilf.vue co'Mtv cl
will be an additional inducement. Now is a favor-'tor foar coantv commissin
aUIe opportuuuy lor some ol our interesting county Peace and one coils!
oivvns tosucure lha advantages which will uuavoid- and such other county
amy loiio-.v the school and ine prcsv. vvn.it s.ia j quired bylaw.
ihc tist .Vleitical seliojls in A.iic-ics and several
years atten.Ianc-- ujvin the AIiils Ho -S3 acd Ifa-n;t-al
praeticj in Ph-.lu'clpl.ii ard l!:e Alms Hiiasaaud
Penitentiary practice in Richmond irginia tegrth-
er with an experience of s;t''en years of practice
in the South helUlters hiiiss'f that he will receive
the confidence of an intelligent Public and tv an
acsidcous atter.lM.i to Ike h-'ies of I. s ..'ou s
.villi ados.rc to please ha hrpes to sh-. the j-
patronage. He will ur.Lss profevsioiMiiy engxgssl gr.er.dlv
be tound i::hcr .it s o'ece or at his re- deuce.
OlEc on the Ea3t 'irit! of thi Pulik.- Siuarc
17.. . 1 ..... .. .... .
ii.ctwence' i.-n: imc avtsiiuig ol it. 11. UraUain
no. CG Iyj
furtl.c -o..u.cn. ai.d Eastern rusd end is supj-hed
. to .saDseri'.iers s; Foes Ucli...i:3 per aunnm. :u ac-
v inc. i iv s Dollars at tic end of the Year.
' sL(.LE COPIES ONE DIME. '
Aavirtisciuoi.is iuseriiil at one dollar pcrsquaro
i"jr tl.. hr-i n.s rt.ui ai.d fitly cents lor each subsvj-c.:-..l
wser.ioii. 'i.un imes or less constitute a
square. Oi.c has over a siusn. wi:l bs cci.sidcred
Cirds or other standinj: advertisements net rx
ciijJu.tr i-M lines in lengilitwch e dsllarSTcr snnurh.
Such auviriiavdiciil ajid papir Cfieeii dollars pd
Yearly or half-yccrly -ulvcrtlsing at Iccgvh at m
low ran as by any otl.er parer in ihe Stac
T i pnviicge ot alir.Ml adveit.sers is Lamed
). .-ir own nn.aLuiile basaicss and ail advertise!!. 's
for lie tcacht ot otlsers as well Ci all I.-jil acver
iisemems i.at ia by tsem must be naai icr by tie
f'or announcing candidates for Congress. Lesuki
lature t.k-rksliiy ami aiierclaity Ten Dollars lot
J nuuor oEccs Five Dollars
j Political iddrcj.-s and ObltuaryarLviCri charger
l'aicstiiie Crockett Riuk Henderson. Tvler anva
host of other places to these things'
It is expected to endow the school by the volunta-
ry contributions of the cmirch and the friends of the
church. Djn.itions ot land building matcriil philo-
sophical apparatus book- money Are. will all be
acceptable. Any community wishing to oiler pro
positions would do well to got up a subscription
and ascertain what can be raised for tins purpose.
Letters addressed to S. A. Williams or J. W. Field
San AugusUue; or to H. II. Ivclsey Mu.hall will
meet wiih prompt and rcspcrtlul attention.
As we have no religious paper in the Conference
we respectfully auk the Northern Standard Wes
tern Star Western Aigus JcUerson Democrat
Texas Union Nacogdoches Times Rusk Pioneer
and Tcvas Christian Advocate at Houston to pub
lish this notice for three months as a matter of
II. R. KELSEi"
S. A. WILLIAMS Com
J. W. FIELD
May 20ih 18 IS.
-. . . . i M n.'-.'r'iiiJiiiiv..
n.t.1 ilavol August next to ckol U lo. UOKoUei ci WALKhR. . .. "".'''. "'ra
chief Justice one Coroner oi-e -jX VIWa iliMBmthe nc ! i! r TT ' . C Jccre"-erk-.one
Acrand collcc-' H l r fc ".7 V ?. k '" f I w'" 0 .7? "'eincnU and pay ri.pa.rcd
r .. .- t ........... ... ......w... tur tncir puoiicaiion as such.
ncrs two Justices ot ihe -... jjuilr tender their services to ihc cnccc of '.1..Kr.... ..'.. 11 i - -.
Uihlo f..r each ii:st!ec s precinct fl it: a ... . "- ......... ...- sm lu u.c macB wun-
oiricesasarcor may he ra- Fb IsIo-.m ji-f ' v Zv v . T " " r1'1 hcrn
j f vo. i hi i i"- " ' they will b. t'....tiUL"Jt th-ibsi.rrl:oii of ihe e.htir
and reconcile his pi oud Heart to the odious A FEW C0Pics -cf tlli3 valuable work still on
conditions of his exile. Think! oh think! of -1- ll3J- Tll Pnco 1as n reduced to S5
" .-. anmv tA till nilTI ncn nt AllUlnn 4ln Annn.nn
that exile the hones the IonuinKB which . ."'"'.T. "" t"' " "' ""U'B ""- '"""B"
will grow each day more anxious and impa-
tient. Think! oh think! of how with throb-
bing heait and kindling eye he will look out
across the waters that .imprison him search-
ing in the eastern sky for the flag which will
aunoucce to him his liberty; and the triumph
ot sedition. Think! oh think! of that day
when thousand j and tens of thousand will
rush lo the wvcru eogo a a distant - gun I
Apply immediately to
OLIVER & CIIATFIELD.
Clarksvi'lc May 6lh 1818.
l'l-e following named persons will hold said Elec
tion in said county of Red River.
Precinct No. 1 at A.J. Titus' Levi G. Clnlders.
' 2 " John Stiles Solomo.i Hrvaiit.
' 3 " Clarksville A. M. Crooks.
" " 1 Pi ic creek Af. W. Caudle.
" " 5 John Hobbius L. Cotru.au.
" " 6 ' Wiii.Humphroys T.Patterson
The above nanutl presiding oilicers will appoint
three judges and two clciks and hold said Elccl.oiiS
in accordmcc with existing laws and said presiding!
oiucers will make due return to ine at Ihe otliccoii
the county clerk at C'larksvillc on or before Thurs-
day the 17th dav of said month. Herein fail not
but make due return as herein before directed.
GIv LN under uiv hind and seal of
office at Chrksville tins Sfii!ayof June
A.D. 1818 and of the Independence o
the United Slates of America the
JOHN STILES chief justice
Or RED RIVER COIMV.
July 1st 1$J8 (nlO Ch)
F UIl.M T U
i ai luag as be suppasi their ariucarar.ee desirable tn
j the advertiser and charged aciordmgly unless stop-
ped by order.
Pcr-ons iuiec.ti.ic; tlie steppage of paj-cra will ba
evpeeieu to pay ait arrearages to the time of stop-
page in accordance with .general usage.
CARLVET SHOP IN PARIS m
rtT 1 1IV eii)s.Tir.-K. !nir nnonn.1 r Cnltnft rZ in
r U 11114 iiuu.1 .-- - vj'ui.t x.Huuiv.1 -a.u n. tilt "v.t TI
X thmownofParis.'Limarciimf.-. a short dis- . "- A.I letters to Uie Editor connected wiih th
taiicc from the public square; where they will keep' DusiI"ss ol n Pair ""- be po.stp-id or ihoy will
I to tv.ii.u
AGENTS FOR THE STANDARD.
Gen. E. IL Takr vst. Chambers Creek Navarro C
Wt 1". llEMitKSO.NjEs'!. Corslcana. "
Dr. U. Gkaiiam ItaSUo.HcndorsonCouaty.
M. M. Kmuiit P. M. Greenville Hunt "
S. K. McGovvtsFjso. Rouham. Fanhiu
AFRESH supply just printed on extra large
paper of superior quality for sale at this office.
Prioe 300 per quireprinled on both sides.
April lath ISJS.
APPOIXTMENTStir XOTARIKS l'l'BUC
FOR TUB COU&TY OF REO RIVER
10NFIKMEI) by the Senate at the 2d session
v of the Legislature of the State of Texas Rur-j
rell P. Smith Martin Fulbright George S. Youngj
Isaiah V . wells.
I. John Stiles Chief Justico of the county of Red
River do hereby certify that I have been legally no-
tilvbv YV.1J. Miller Secretary ot State tor the rstato
ofTcxasof the abovo annointments and thit the
same were confirmed by the Senate of the State of
Fcxas at its session of 1847 and 48.
1848. JOHN STILES
P1 Chief Justice of Red Rwer Countv
Xo 10 4u.
TNESS my cfiicial seal and sig-
ire tliis illith dav Juno A. D.
a supnivol caoii.et lurmiiire ou limu.
They are prepared to fill any order that they may
be favored with in good si vie. Persons wishing lo
furnish houses would do well to give them a call
before purchasing elsewhere as they pledge them-
sol'c.s to do as good work as can be had Li this
country at moderate charges.
Coffins furnished at tha shortest notice and geu-
cral attention at burials if required.
RRACKNEY ft COLLINS.
Paris July 3d. IS 17. (i.o 12 if.)
m & a sr si 3 2 3 1
A full assoTtment ofBusss comprising
ASSESSORS BLANKS TWO FORMS.
(FOR DISTRICT COURTS)
J urors Certificates Witness C'ertir.caic.
(FOR PR OB ATE COURT)
Administrators Bonds. Letters of Administration
Guardians' Bonds Letters of Guardianship
( FOR MA GISTRA TFS )
Citations Snbprenaij Execution.
Appeal Bonds Stay Bonds.
For SiiERirrs ano Constables
CT Tor ea)e at the STANDARD OFFICE.
JoiinR.Ck.vddocii.Evi. p -Jacob
Lose Esq. x an&'
EldridgeIIopmss P.M. Tarrant. Hopkins
B. W. Grvv Esq. Mount Plcasor.t.Titus "
Tnos. R. Watso.s Esq. i'ata
R. P. Crimp Lsq. Jcficrsoa
1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to
tho contrary are considered wishing to continue thoii
S. It subscribers order the discontinuance of their
papers the publisher may continue to send thcra till
all that is due be paid.
3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their pa
pcrs from the office to which they are directed they
are held responsible till they have settled their bm
and order their papers discontinued.
1. If subscribers remove to other places witkonv
informing the publishers and the paper is sent to the
former direction they arc held responsible.
5. The Courts have decided that refusing to take
a paper orpcriodical from the office or xemoriny
and leaving it uccsllcd jct is frkrajifii eviden w
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De Morse, Charles. The Northern Standard. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 19, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 2, 1848, newspaper, September 2, 1848; Clarksville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth80707/m1/4/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.