The Northern Standard. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 10, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 14, 1849 Page: 4 of 4
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We take the following from the Galveston
News of the Kith: Pic.
Mr. Jnmes Mnrlin formerly of St. Louis
Mo. visited our sanctum yesterday inoruitig
un his return from Cnliforr.in. Mr. Martin
crime passenger on the steamer Yncht from
Brazos Sniitiago nnd has favored us with
borne ititcicstitig information in relation to the
gold region. He left bun Francisco on the
221 of March on the steamer Cuhforni.i and
arrived at Mazatlnn in fomtcen day.. Thdice
Mr. Martin made the journey through Mexi-
co to Roma on the Rio Grande in twcnly-
fivo days on horseback. He travelled thrmi
Durango Paris. Saltillo.and Montcrey.tncet-
jng tilth no obstacle during the whole jour-
ney Mr. Mnitinsays he met about five hun-
dred Americans between Dm ango and Rnraa
on then way to California. They all ap-
peared well pleased with the route. Mr.
Martin states that the expenses of the jour-
ney from San Francisco to the Rio Grande
including sixty -five dollars passage on the
t-teanur to Mazatlnn amount to about one
hunurcd and fiftv dollars.
Mr Martinmas been eleven- mouths in Cal-
ttornia. hitt brings no gold with him. He
was k Jurins .1 great portion of the time
and was advised i y his physician to return to
the United States"
The mini i: had gone to work before Mr.
Martin left and it was estimated that about
one hundred thousand person were engaged
in digging- culii As much as seven ounces
ot pure gold hus teen collected frequently-
in a day by one person while at the same
time many persons work vv hole day s w iihout
making anything. As an estimate of what
labor is worth at the mines Mr. Martin says
the Mexicans and Mexican peons refuse fif-
teen dollars a day and found. There are
three placers each divided from the other by
tjndy ridges a few miles wide. The first
plaeir is five leagues square the second thir-
teen leagues square and third twenty-seven
leagues square. Gold is also found in the
mountains; but few or none go to the moun-
tains after it.
The present popu'ation ot San Francisco
is thought to be about 75000 a much larg-
er number than the buildings can accommo-
date. Many live in tents and1 hundreds sleep
on the contiguous sand hills and live as they
best can. There were five American ladies
in all in San Francisco. In the poit there
vverc twenty-six vessels all abandoned by
their hands and unable to leave. The two
vessels belonging to the navy in that port
were also deserted.
There is no law either civil or military. in
the whole country. Gen. Smith the ricv
Governor is without any force at his com-
mand the soldiers having all deserted nnd
has nothing but his title to distinguish him
from any other person being altogether pow-
erless. Murders were of very common oc-
currence in the gold region but the murder-
ers wefc either not detected or no pains ta-
ken to discover who they vverc. These
crimes were perpetrated in almost every in-
stance for the gold the parties possessed.
Two or three vessels from New Yoik and
Boston had arrived at San Francisco with
cargoes of merchandise but had not began
to dispose of them previous fo March 22d.
Mr. Martin conversed with two of the three
men of whom the newspapers give accounts
as returning vvifli J. 300000 in gold. They
stated that they had been engaged in the
mines thirteen months and in other respects
Mr. Martin's statements concerning them
confirm the published reporls.
W'DDnns. young Tipncrarv widow
Nelly McPhee I think they called her was
courted and actually had an offer from Too-
Icy O'Shanc -on the way to her husl aid's
funeral. "She accepted of course"said Gross-
man. No she didn't " said Smith. "Too-
Iej dear" said she 'rc too late; four
waaks ago it was I shook hands wi' Patty
Sweeney upon it that I would have him in a
decent time after poor McPhee went anun-
derboard." "Well" slid Groosman "wid-
ows of all nations are much alike. There
was a Dutch woman whose husband Died-
nck Van Pronk died and left her inconsola-
ble. He was huriedfon Copp's Hill. Folks
said that grief would kill that widow. She
had a figure of wood carved that looked
very like her late husband and placed it in
her bed nnd constantly kept it there for sev-
eral months. In about half a ) ear she be-
came interested in a young shoemaker who
took the length of her foot and finally mar-
ried her. He had visited her not more than
a fortnight when the servants told her the)'
were out of kindling stuff and asked what
fhould be done. After a pause the widow
replied in a very quiet way: "Maypc it ish
veil enough now to sphlit up old Van Pronk
vat ish up sthair."
From Corpus Chrisli.
A deputation of gentlemen from Corpus
Christi consisting of Col. Kinney General
Cazncan Win. Mann Esq. E. Ohler Esq.
andvseveral others arrived here on Tuesday
5th inst. on a visit to the c6mmander-in-chief
of this post relative to the recent dep-
redations committed by the Indians in that
portion of the State between the Nueces and
Rio Grande. The continued depredations by
the Indians with impunity at Corpus Christi
and its vicinity has almost destroy cd that
fair portion ofour State depopulating neigh-
borhoods and the settlements that were just
springing into existence. Near Corpus
Christi and San Patricio they have murdered
citizens within gun shot of those places and
driven away large quantities of stock besides
destroying" other property to a considerable
amount. The loss of Col. Kinney alone is
several thousand dollars; at one rancho be-
longing to that gentleman they drove ofTonc
hundred and twenty head of gentle horses
besides killing and driving away a great ma-
Wc'are gratified to learn that General
Harney with his usual energy and prompt-
ness has responded to their call and ordered
as we understand all the disposable force
within his power to that section of the State
which only consists of part of one company
of dragoons. The fnefiiclency of our force
on the frontier is too clearly demonstrated in
the present instance.although they may count
in numbers; but when you cast your eyes
over the sick list besides manv other causes
nnd deficiencies and then consider that there
are but few mounted men is is perfectly ab
surd to expect protection from such a sotrrce
Another Gutrace. A Mexican named
"Recendes arrived yesterday from Matamor-
os icompany with four families who intend
settling here. On Wednesday evening they
encamped this side of the Arroyo Colorado
and while the men were out getting their cat-
tle together a party of Indians attacked the
ramp and carried off four women two of
them married and a female chtlu two yearn
old. They took an old woman whipped her
nearly to death and let her eo. When the
men returned tho Indians had been gone
some time and thev saw no more of them or
their unfortunate captives.
The same man reported that the old and
extensive Rancho dc Rosalia above the town
of Santa Rita on the Rio Grnudc had been
entirely broken up and the inhabitants were
making their wny to Corpus Christ!. The
whole Rio Grande country with the excep-
tion of the luigo towns i-? said to be complete-
ly descited and the Indians roam at will kill-
ing men and beasts wherever they meet them.
The inhabitants worn casting longing eyes to
the Government for relief nnd we hope it
may arrive before it
is loo late. Corpu
From the Cot pus Chtisli Star 2f May
The Indians have committed no fresh dep-
redations in this section that we have heard
of since our last. The horses stolen from
San Patricio appear to have been taken by a
band of white thieves mixed with negroes-and
Mexicans. I hey were pursued by a party
of the citizens who kept them in view for ten
miles but being badly mounted were unable
to overtake them.
A gentleman in this town has received a
letter fiom a Mexican friend at Laredo
which gives rn account of a rencontre with
the Indians near th.it place He ays that a
party of fifteen Painnnchcs rrnved at
Rancho Capitanco and enrrird off a
about twelve years old whose father and re
lations immediately called together the in-
habitants of the other ranchos and pursued
them but being badlv equipped their force
giadually diminished until only eight of their
men were left who being friends of the un-
fortunate captive nnd excited by a feeling of
anger resolved to pursue and punish them
severely. On the 7th they overtook them at
a place near the old Rancho de Dolores
near Laredo nnd altei n fight of more than
an hour rescued the prisoner. The Indians
had three killed and the Mexicans three sipanlla which has entirely cured me of Rheuina-
w minded the former losing all their plunder tism and greatly improved my general health more
and horses. Since that day the Indians have
. . r . J ...
returned in force and now range the line
vviih perfect freedom robbing the ranchos
and destroying every thing they can lay their
In the attack by the Apaches on the city
of Banevichl (Sonora) Dona Anna Maria '
Corolla a ladv- belonging to one of the priu- i
cipal families of the ancient capital of
A.;-rr.n fitino- Imroli nin flo ilnnmu nf n '
l :. ' i f.. .. u ...t i... .!... '
i ii r i .t . i- t.
ges hcioica ly prefcrtng death to dishonor.
?. . ' . . .
All the other females vtere. carried -oft. "as
they had not' quaintly observes" LI Stglo 1
"equal resolution to deliver themselves.
J he cholera was diminishing its ravages
in New Lcon.i. In C.idercyta and Jimenez
among a considerable number attacked not
one died owing to the skill of Dr. J. II.
Mcars (an American we presume.) El
Silo pays him a high compliment thereon.
Robbeiics still continued to be committed
with impunity on the high road particularly
between Guanajuato and Q.uerctaro.
La Espana of the 20th ult. says that a
sacnle gious robbery was committed on the
Sotli in the church of Santa Cruz in the
city of Mexico. The robbers carried ofT the
pearl necklace and other jewelry with which
the image of the virgin was decked besides
S 1G00 in cash that was m the chancel. The
value of the jewels is estimated at more than
S 20000. The plunderers concealed them-
selves in a vault in order to accomplish their
fllC YK R K1GHTCKN HUNDRED AND
FORTY-EIGHT has been more replete with
wonderful unexpected an J astounding political ami
icbgious revolutions and valuable discoveries and
inventions than any vear since discoveriesce inent
of the world. The whole continent of Europe bis
been one great volcano of revolutions; not only lhe
old hut the new world h is boon the theatre of war
and bloodshed ending only with the treaty of Que-
H'taro. giving peace to Mexico and the rich Gold
plains of California to the American people.
STILL A GREATCR L'VF.NT one that jvill
work a complete revolution iu the entire medical
world and be of greater benefit 10 mankind than
any invention that has been mule since the davs ol"
Fulton was the discovery of that icondtrful end
truly great medical compound John Bull's Fluid
Extract of Sarsapatilh.
This invaluable remedy has already carried hap-
piness to the hearts of thousands and is daily cit-
ing more consolation to the aflheted than could be
afforded by all the wealth iu the mines of Cahfor
nia and the world combined!
h is put up in full quart hollies and contains the
strength of SIX TIMES as much pure Honduras
Sarsaparilla as any similar preparation made in A-
niTica. j'rtce one dollar prr bottle or six bolt Its J or
It hi been a well established fact for jcars past
that Sarsaparilla when pure and properly prepared
was the only true pamceafor all diseases orignaling
from an impure state of the blood the use of mer-
cury intoxicating drinks evil habits in xoulli bar-
renness &c. 'We bn'illy assert tint JOHN
BULL'S FLUID EXTRACT OF SARSAPA-
RILLA is the only preparation before the public
that is prepared on strictly scientific principles and
of uniform strength. The Sarsiparilla is purchased
without regard to price and every pound before be-
ing used is subjected to the strictest chemical tests
anil its genuineness ascertained before being used.
Bull's Sarsaparilla also contains the virtues of
several other valuable medical roots together form-
ng the best compound and producing the grcalist
vratire agent in the hioicn world!
When Used according to Directions.
Will Cure Million Fail:
Scrofula or King'B evil; Coughs Colds;
Cancers Tumors; Weakness cf the Cheat;
Eruptions of the Skin; Pulmonary Affections;
And all other diseases
tending to produce
Female Irregularities and
Chronic Sore Eyes;
Ringworm or Tetters;
Pains in the bones or joints Complaints;
Old Sores and Ulcers; Sick and Nervous Head-
Swelling of the Glands; ache;
Svihrli3. Dv spepsia Low spiritsNiehtsweats;
Salt Rheum; Exposure or Imprudence!
Diseases of the Kidneys; in life; j
uiscases arising irom iiieoiiroiiiconsiiiuiimiaiuis-.
use of Mercury;
Loss of Appetite;
Pain iu the Side
And is a Spring and Sum-
and iner drink and general
Tonic for the system
and a gentle and pbat-
ant purgative; it is su-
perior to Blue L'uk or
Congress iratcr Salts
or S'idlitz Powder.
rrjp The Ohio State JWnnl Columbus Ohio
thus speaks of Bull's Sarsaparilla:
"IT HAS NO EQUAL! The unprecedented
sale of Bull's Compound Fluid Extract of Sarsapa-
rilla in this city where it has been introduced for
the past two mouths only with the very gratifying
effects produced upon all' who have tried it warrant
the assertion that as a purifier of the blood IT HAS
NO EQUAL ! This is a bold assertion but it can
be substantiated by calling ou the agent m this
JCP READ! 33
We the undersigned Druggists and Apotheca-
ries in the city of Louisville Ky take pleasure m
stating tli it we hive been selling John Hull's Ex-
tract of Sarsaparilla for some time and confidently
recommend it as being a good ami safe article:
Lipping V Co. J. B. Wilder & Co.
Montgomerv&Sutchlle.M. Aikm &. Co.
Win. Nock". J. W. Gamble & Co.
J. II. ''wen Sam'l Yen.iwinc
V. W. Kmess U. Morsell & Co.
W. E. Smith C. O. Mills
Watts & Tlioims. A . G Weatbcrforil
Robinson Petcr-Cary. Rupert.Lindeiibergcr .ICo.
Louisville November 20 1348.
IE?" Bear with us reader a little lunger and be
convinced tint BULL'S SARSAPARILL.V is tho
XVONDER OF THE WOULD'
and that it will cure you no matter how long you
have been suffering.
What Dr. Owen Druggist and Apothcciry ot
several v cars' standing says about Bull's Sarsapa-
Louisville May 31 ISIS.
Mr. John 1Ull bear Sir- I hive been for a
number of years severely afllicled with a Mercurial
Headache and a dull heavy Pain in my Liver. I
used almost .ill the remedies of the d iv especi illy
Hie sarsaparilla prepared by different person". Uut
all to little or no advantage until I chanced to meet
wilb v ours three bullies of which gave me more
relief than all the others combined.
1 therefore take pleasure in iccomuiending vour
aarsaparilli to tlic allliclcu community as a superior
x . ... ........n-..n.. t ir mvpv if ii
.... - -
11 all those who are suffering under the ngoni-
zing tortures of Rheumatism reiJ the following
and see wli.it nnv also be done lot litem it tfiey
will use this infallible remedv.
Mr. John Hull Dear Sir. Pot the list three
years I hive been afflicted with ltlieunntisni of the
severest character. I was at times m the greatest
agony of pain 1 tried every remedy I could pro-
cure for the disease but found no pcrniineut relief
until I was induced to use jour preparation ot S.ir-
than any medicine 1 have ever used
c . .r r.. l l.. 1
I have been
'"-1-'" iMm ut
everal months and have no doubt '
the cure is permanent and I confidently iccommciul
t as being the. best medieii e in use lor Khuumitism.
IJnionov.n Pnioco. Ky.. May 1- IS 13.
From Dr. Wm. T. Prentiss:
Mr. Bi'LL In rejiaid to vourS.irsinirilh I will
b. tim iavc UvCJ lt to some extent m Cutaneous
Affections of long standing as Tinea C'.ipetis Pro-
nasis Scabies Sv pluhtic Cae-he.ii and m .ill dis-
cises where the iiidicilion of cure seems to ciinMii
in a thoroiuib ebanire or modification ol the fluids of
the body with considerable success m conjunction
. -' . . . i .1 . i i .. .11 ..-.
with local treatment. 1 think 1 would nreler lt to
r.nn nr s.Mn..rilin ... ....- .l
any 1sician will admit iu value upon learning the
substances that enter irto lis composition.
W. T.'PRCNTISS M. D.
Lcvisport Ky. Dee. 1 1S17.
AS A FEMALE MEDIOINE
1TIS WITHOUT A RIVAL'
This Sirsapanlla is a sovereign and tpecdv cure
lor incipient Consumption B lrrenncss. Prolapsus
Uteri or Falling of the Womb Costivi ness. Piles 1
Leiiconhcc.i or Whites obstructed or difbcutt Men- 1
struation Incontinence of Lrme or involuntary ills I
ehirge thereof and for the general prostration of
.1-7 .. 1....1 .1. . ..1. ...... 1 . 1
lucsvsieiu nuiiiaucr ouuiei mu icsuu in ii.iiuliii
cause or causes produced bv lrrcmilarity.illness.or ac-
cident. Nothing can be more surprising than Us in-
vigorating clfeels on the human ft nc. Peisons of
all weakness and I isilude lioin xLnlnc ffat once
become robust and full of cnergi under Us influence.
It inincdnlcl- counteracts the nervelcssiiess ol the
female frame winch is the great cause of Barren-
ness It will not be expected of us m cases of so
.lnt....lA n .in. ..p.. fit n l.lfilt .irf I fn O. flTcum n.T.
I".....l .... ... .. ll.nnffl.nl.Hl tlmtlmn-
dredsof cases hive been reported to us. Thou-
sands of cases where families have been without
rl.l.tr. .ifi.rnsm a frw buttles of this liivaluablt
medicine have been blessed with fine licalthv olf-
T. ... !..... rn.n..l.. .r...nrot ..1 rolor.
enceto fennle complaints. "No female who has J
leasun to suppose she is approaching that critical
I .. l- ..-.. .(- I .r ' -l.....!.l ....'...! In Inl.o
II11JUU Hit. till U - -l.'. ..vu.v. ..wi....... ... ...w .
it. as it is a ccrtmi preventative for r.nv of the nu-
merous and horrible diseases to vv Inch feimlcs are I
. ..i.:... i... .;... ri r.. iv tu.rm.1 mm 1 ilr-
W for several vcars hi wins this medicine. Xor
is it less valuable for those who are approaching
i i ... i....i. .i r. -f ..... i...
quickening the blood and invigorating the svsicm.
Iadccd this medicine is invaluable for all the deli-
note diseases to which women arc sublet. I
t. .. .i..-r. ..a . nir.ri.nl .n.li.inn fori
ourifvinfT the sv stem and relieving the suffering.1
attendant upon child-birth ever discovered. It
i i..!. ...!.- .i .1..1.1 r...m niir
and disease increases and enriches the food ; those
who have used it think it is indispensable. It s
hi"hl v useful both befoie and after confinement as
it i.revents diseases attendant upon child-birth. In
nnmnnn PiW Cmmns. Sunllinirnf the Feet.
Despondency. Heartburn. Vomiting. Pain in the .
n : ' . . .. .. w . . t
Back and Louis False Pains Hemorrhage anu in
regulating the becteuuns and equalizing the circu
1 . l. n a.. .1 'Pl.rt nrnil lininti fit 11(1
medicine is it is alvvajs safe and the most delicate
use is most successfully
As a beautifying agent it is far superior to all the
Cosmetics anU lotions in use proauemg a ciuar anu .
beautiful skin rosy ehecks" removing freckles
and pimples. .1 hint to the young ladtts is suffi-
cient! BETTER TESTIMONY
Than teas crcr cjfacd infaeoi of any Mtdiane!
From Dr. J unes M. .Moore:
Mr John Bill I have no hesitation in saving
that I believe jour Sarsaparilla to be the best arti-
cle ever manufactured for the cure of Scrofula
Syphilis and many other cutaneous and Gljndular
Affections Jiaving used it with entire success in a
number oflbc above cases.
JAMES M. MOORE.
Lovisville Dec. 2G 1817.
More testimony from Dr. Moore.
Mr. John Bull: I am using your Sarsaparilla in
several new cases of Scrofula and with happy effect.
I am now confident it is one of the most ciheacious
medicines that can be made for that disease.
Yours JAMES M. MOORE M. I)
Winchester Ky. Feb. 1 1648.
Testimony like the following renders superfluous
all further "comments upon the efficacy of Bull's
From Dr. L. P. Yandell Professor of Chemistry
in the Louisville Medical College-
" T hive looked over the list of ingredients coin-
posing John Bull's Compound Extract of Sarsapa-
rilla and have no nesiianou in saying inav nicy
form a safe compound and one that promises well
in Chronic diseases to which it is applicable."
L. P. YAXDELL M. D.
Louisville June G 18-18.
This medicine is daily grappling with disease
through the Western'country restoring to blooming
health and youthful Mgor.the sick and afflicted nay
thobe that "are grievously tormented. Cenificalcs
are teeming from all directions from men of truth
and high moral standing placing it from its intrin-
sic worth the very best of all remedies ever beforo
Sold wholesale and retail by JOHN BULL.
Persons wishing to accept an ageHcy for the sale
of Bull's Sarsaparilla will please- address JOHN
BULL 81 Fourth street Louisville with refer
For sale at $ I 50 rFR Bottie bv
A M ALEXANDER.
s. II. PIHKEV
j.vs. j. rtrrens.
PIRKKY &. PETERS
A T T OBXEYS A T L A W
So t on.
WILL piactice their professions in the courts of
the Eighth Judicial district and la Cass
comity. n2 v.lv.
thojivs i. r.ooir.s
J.VMLS II. i ootrs
J. & J. II. ROGERS.
.ITrORXElS AT r..v.
April 1st 1319. nI3tf.
T R I M B L E & LEWIS
Jl TTORXE YS A T LJ1 W.
CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER CO. TEXAS
XVill practice in all the courts of the Eighth Judi
cial Distrut and in the Countus of Cass and Gray
March 19 1810.
J. C. McGONrGAL.
ATTORNEY. iyn COUNSELLOR AT I.A V.
TJAt G permanently settled at Matasordn
J- J- will attend the Courts ot M.i!a"onh bar
on Colorado Austin Fort Bend Jirazorii. and
balveslon counties m the First Judicial Di.stnct
Kdfnezlk Allfn is associated for practice m the
Supreme Court of the Sttte and the Federal Court
R eft r c n ce s .
Hos-. John T. Miils ClarJmllc
Hon. O. M. Roiirts San Augustine
Hov. Jvmcs Love Gahtston
Mvsov & Jenmns Nvtc OrUai." La.
October 1st ISIS n25 ly
C. C GALLOWAY".
A TTORNEY A T LA XV.
gidii: R .
Will practice in Upshur and the adjoining coun
GEO. W. PASCHAL et J. A. PASCHAL
Allnniris and Counsellors at Laic.
Gro. W Pasciial will reside permanently at
Gvlveston. and J. A. Pvciial at Svv Anton
One of them will regularly attend the Suprei
Court at Austin and the Limed States District
Court at Galveston.
All busmrss entrusted to
Texas will receive prompt attention
miv be addressed at cither place.
Cohesion Ftb. Xth 1S4S. 50.tf
W. II. JOHNSON".
IS. W. GRW.
JOIIXSOX et GRAY
Altorncvs it ml CotiiitIor 11K Lmv
Titls Coi ntv Texas
W"ILL practice in the Courts of the Slh Judicial
District. A No m Cass and Upshur in the
gth District and the I
I. M. HALL M. D.
HAVING located in the town ol" Boston here-
by tenders his services to the people nf liuvvie
entity 111 all the branches of h:s prolesioii.
Jan. -JTlh lb ID
TOWN OF TAOS.
i Head of Navigation on the Trinity.
rjHE above town has lieen laid off at Porter's
-- IUH Oil IIIC WCSl ll.lllk Ol tile I rillllV. 1 lie lm
incnsc advantages held out to the Merchant tanner
Mechanic and Professional tmn m search of a loca
i-. are such as will impress everv person m its
fww.vvho values health a
The Merchant will here find a tract of country
10 ""' " CMcm dependent upon this point for
llie -cr " purchase good land in the linmc-
a'-ltc ) ''''. a' "" vents to one dollar per acre.
tlic title indisputable; consisting of choice black and
mulatto colored soil; timber and prairie; in point of
n'ncss iuiiyen.ua to tl.e American
.Mississippi or the bottom lands on tin
" "'v; Hording an excellent stock range
both summer and winter and I well calcuhted lor the
'"""' "l -""" -" "eai.vvc wais
The Mechanic and Professional man can pursue
"eirVeveral occupations with proht and will have
the advantage ol rapidly increasing ponuhtiuu.
x hcre IS unicient water power lor Mill and manu
actunng uurposes. ..
- ' Z tho nearest Blufi to the foot of the raft
?iul accessible llie greater part ot the veir to boats ol
"St draught allords the most desirable depot for
Coring goods destined for upper Texas and the ad
inmitin ;-. r Xo.. 11.....
The roads from Shreveport Mouth of Mill Creek.
and Kiaimehi on Red River: also from Pans and
Uouham intersect the road leading to Porter s Bluff
in and near Kingsborougb pnurie.
The Trinity bottom at tins point is scarcely half
a mile wide with but one slough over winch a goop
ti-jj. j i.eeri uu.i.
Whereas at everv olher crosin
the Bottom is
from 3 to j miles wide and cut up with innumerable
sloughs. A direct line from Chrkaville prune to
Austin would cros the Trinity river in the immedi-
ate neighborhood ol" Porter's Bluff.
This route now- having a good and perfectly
straight road between these points will mike it the
most popular hue of travel to the West.
Persons desirous of purchasing lots vv ill please ap
ply to lhe subscriber.
R. II. PORTER
THE STATE OF TEXAS )
County of Titus.
XS7"E the undersigned do certify that we apprais-
TT eu one year ole bay colt taken up by Wil-
iam Cowan no marks or brands perceivable and
that we suppose said colt tu be worth twenty-five
dollars. Given under our bands and seals a croll
being for a seal May 10th A. D. 1849.
JAMES G. BRUMLEY. j"
This sworn to and subscribed before meMav 10th
A. D. 1819. ELI COW VN J.' P.
A true copy from the rceoids of my office this
the 11th day of June A. 1). 1819.
J. COOK Clerk C. C. T.C.T.
Filed in office fur Record on the Uth day of June
A. D. lai'J. J. Cook Cl'k c. c. t. c. t.
Lost or mislaid the certificate granted by the
District Court of Red RiverCotmtv.atthc Fall tenn.
1811. to Thomas Price for one third of a league of
land first class. If said Certificate is not heard of
within the time prescribed by lavv.for advertising I
will apply at the proper office for a duplicate.
1 J W. FORT.
Bowie County .May 25th 18-19. (n.3-9ts-)
IS HEREBY given that certificate No. 279 is-
sued to Wcstley By.ere on the 31st January
IMS hv ilio Board of La'nd Commissioners in and
for lied River county and recommended by the
Travelling Board has been lost and unless intelli
gence of it is received ai mo utmrai iiu uira
within sixty days of the date of this publication I
shall apply to the proper officers for a duplicate.
11 ' JAMES B. FLOYD
Bowie county June 1st 1819 ul.x7.Ptt?
Vass3siusarts7xa3sakxc:stasjrimit3axssinatjri3vjixjiri mry ihwjjm HMjjti.-jrtjijtAjiwjmuuir
THIS Well known large and Coir:
modiom Establishment w'epen as
hcretofurefor the accommodation o
Receiving heretofore a large ilnre
the of public patronage everv eifort
will be imdc totucnt a continuance of it.
Situated in a prominent position upsn the Public
squire. Stringers Will find it a desirable stopping
place from its locality and immediate contiguity to
the moil public part of the town.
The tilde is ahvavu supplied vviih the bc3t the
A very large Snblc. with shelter for Carriages
is attached to the Hotel and a plentiful supply of
Corn Fodder Oats and Hav alvvavs on hand.
Clarhvillc May W lS-18.
no 2 tf.
RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of the
Red River District that he is constantly man
ufacturing it iui shop in Clarksville
Sjrtto of encru Stnlc out? Jinisij
from the Hearer to the Felt which he warrants to be
equal in lightness and comfort and supinor m du-
rahlity !o any brought lrem the North.
Being made by himself in person and having had
long experience in the imnufaeture he can speak
confidently ol the character ol hit work.
He respectfully ?oheiLs a trial of his Hats by all
those who believe in sustaining home manufactures
when equal to any other.
The New Orleans imrkct value piid in Cash at
all times for furs such a Otter Coon Fox and
Clarksville June 21th ISIS n3 ly
TAN YARD AND SADDLER'S SHOP.
THE tndersicned hiving bought the
nvSs well known Bluff Spring m Lamar Count v.
12 miles cast of Pan? and one and a half mile north
of Mr. Gresbams in the'north end of Blossom Prai-
rie h.vv e now got their shop up and the building
for mil sinking of the yard u m rap:d progress.
Thev hive an esi-dleiil Tanner who is supennten-
Juig.iml a re ready to receive- hides on the shires or
inve leather or Siddlcrv for them. We Invealso.a
sine H hit ol sole and upper leather just received and
will Jje able to keep up a suj-plv all the summer and
Our old triends and the paMic seiisrally. are
respectfully invited to call as we are rojl.cd to
make it their interest to deal with us-
X.R. HARLAXD &. CO.
DIS&OLUflON OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE partnership heretofore existing between
B. II. Epperson it Granville Lewis m the
practice of law is this day dissolved by mutual
B II. EFPERSON.-
Januarv 30th 1810. n3'J tf
TEXAS STATE GAZETTE.
EARLY in March next the undersigned will
commence the publication of a weekly journal
at the City of Austin to be called the "Texvs
Statl Gazette " For this purpo-e an abundint
supply ol new material has been ordered and will
be on h ird m due season.
The Stvt. Gv7CTTC will be issued in quarto or
double form similar to that of the best weeklies
now printed ui lhe United-States in size it will be
considerably larger than any newspaper now pub-
lished in Texas. Great care will be bestowed upon
the style and mechimcal execution of the work;
and the torm and sue adopted together with its re-
gular publication at the seat of government will
render u a convenient repository of much valuable
matter pertaining to the iffurs of the State which
may be readily pre"crved and filed or bound for fu-
ture reference. As the name imj.orts lis columns
will be especially devoted to the interests of the
Si ite and people ot Texas. Particular attention
will be given ui an early full and faithful report ot
the proceedings ol" the Legislature to the publica-
tion ot the laws immediately alter their passage and
tothe aets and measures of the Executive Adimni
In politics the Stvte Gazette will be thorough-
ly democratic; and will advocate earnestly and
aitbfully but without violence or vituperation those
fdoctnnes ai.d principles w Inch he at the foundation
of our republican system and on which rest the
prosperity and happiness of the great mass of the
In addition to the politics loth State and Federal
the Stvte Uvzette will contain full accounts- ot
the cuirent news .foreign ard domestic and like-
wise selected articles frnn the best sources upon
morals education health agriculture science and
Nothing in the nature of an attack on private
character or personal abuse will ever be admitted.
During the sessions of the Legislature the
Stvtl Gazetti. will be issued at least twice a
week. Fifiy-iwo nntnbcis will constitute a volume
for winch the siibsCriDlion price will be five dollars.
It is deemed best lor all parties that the cash sys-j
tern without qualification should be adopted and
strictly aJUeied to subscriptions therefore will not
be received nor advertisements inserted unless paid
for in adtance or the payment assumed by some
responsible resident of the city of Austin. Adver-
tisement: will be inserted at the usual rates.
The names of subscribers should be accurately
and legibly written and the post-office to which
their papers are to be sent particularly specified.
An extra number ef copies will be punted to sup-
ply sub-cnlicri who miy desire to have the paper
complete from thr commencement.
An allowance of ten percent will be made on all
sums collected and paid over by agents.
. 11 CUSHNEY. I
Austin. January 8 18-10.
T.. ........ ..1 n.n .. ..1. .1... list .11 IM.t
111 tllU'tUJIitb ...... ..... J- ... .. ................
of William Barker Deceased late of Hopkins coun-
tv and State of Texas: the undCMignetl nave oeen
appointed Executors of the Estate of said Barker
Deceased. All persons indebted to said estate will
make immediate settlement and those holding
claims against said estate will present them legally
authenticated in the tune required bylaw or they
w ill be barred.
WILSON II. BARKER
WILLIAM W. BARKER
May 23A IS4S).
THE STATE OF TEXAS ?
County of Titls. J
Thi? nndersiened. do certify that after being dulv
sworn at the law directs appraisrd to the best of
our knowledge a sorrel mare taken up by John
Bibb and posted beforo Eli Cowan Justice of the
Peace; and that we believe the mare to be worth
twentv-fivedollars and fifty cents. Said mare has
a star'in her forehead and Ielt hind fool white. No
other brands pcrceavcable. Given under our hands
and seals June 2nd A. D. 1849.
This swoni to and subscribed before mc June 2d
A. D. 1849. ELI COWAN J. P.
J. C. BRUMLEY
WM. COWAN. S -.""'
A true copy from the records of my office June
18th A. D. 1849. J. COOK CTk c. c. t. c.
WEBB & DUVAL'S Reports of the Decisions
of the Supreme Court of the State of Texas price
$G00jwt received and tor sale at tiarisviiierar-
is and Bonham by
ALEXANDER -n- BltO'S.
(no. 1 tf.)
TO OWNERSOFGINS AND MILLS?!
TYPE METAL suitable for gin boxca.for :a!c at
the "Standard"OfTicc for cash only.
Nov lth 1518.
OF THE STATE OF TEXAS
' AND THE ORDLVANCES
WITH THE RULES OF THK
JUST issued in pamphlet form neatly printed
on good paper.
on good paper
PRICE 25 CEIVTS PER COPY.
At this cftee and by Oliver Ac Chatfield and
C. C. Alexander Chrksvillo
At the store of A. M Alexano-r Pan.
' " " " Ii. Alexander Bonham.
" ' R. P Crump Jeirerson.
" " " " M M Knight Greenville
.. . .. .. rr. B Graham Buffalo.
" " " J A. Talbot Bonton.
Eldndgc Hopkins. Tarrant.
B. W. Grav . Mount PleMint
R. Morton. 'White Oak.
WE Have recerred within the last two weeks
33 TisrleTTiS of New Tvpe. coniDnsim"
LareCj ."trail arrd Fancy ty pe of superior quality;
also a large variety of type-metal Cuts Ornaments
and Border; also a stock of fancy colored Paper and
Cards and colored Inks and Bronzes.
These with the unusually large variety previously
on hand it is believed toake the Standard Job Of-
fice tho most complete m tire Swie i4 to vanety
and quality of mitemfc.
We are accordingly prepared to do arr sort ol
large or small with Bhck or F?ney colored Inks
tir iirrtnvo ... t .... .e-.i r. tr mil- -it vaoMw... .....
v. ...'... ... ... tt y .. ..w.r ... . taov.Mu iaMTS
and with promptness.
BRIEFS PAMPHLETS CIRCULARS
FUNERAL AND BALL INVITATIONS
RUSiy ESS CARDS VISITING CARDS
HORSE BILLS SHOW BILLS
3i.A?JX; Of Ail XJJISa
CARDS Ol' EVERY STYLE SIZE AND
Executed at the Oilier without delay on moderate
trms and iu the BlstsuIc.
AJtill as'ortmrnl of B t a :. x 3 comprising
( FOR DISTRICT CO UR T)
Jurors Certificates. Witnos Certificates
FOR PROUAl'E COURT.)
Adnitiustritors" Bonds. letters of Administratien
Guardrails' Bonds Letters of Guardianship
(FOR MA GISTRATES )
CitatioiH. Snbpomas Execution."
Appeal Bond Stay Bonds.
For Shir:??. no uii.l
VT Yor sahr : the sTANDaiUKOFFICE
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The St.ndvpi. i? itscnievery ?atnrifar in tuns
for the Southern and Easte-m mail. d ls ai.st.hni
i io subscribers at FtM Dollar per 2aa?i m ad
vanee r iv r not lahs at the end o; thr tear.
SINGLE COPIES ONE DIME.
Advertisements inserted at one daJIar prrs'jaira
for lhe first insertion and fiftv cents lor rA jubse
qucM insertion. I en lines or less ionrr.Turc .r
square. One line over a square will be ctn.dere.i
Cards or other standing advcrlisrrnenrs. not r-
ceeding ten hne-m length. twelve dollar per annum
Such advertisement and paper fifteen donarFiir
Yearly or half-yearly advertising at length at as
low rate as by any other paper in the btate.
The privilege ef annual advertisers is bmted
heir own iimucdi.ile huMness. and all ndv ertisenicirM
or the benebt ot others as wi 11 o all legal advers
liscincnts seat in by them must be paid for by tk
For ar.nincmg candidates for 1'ongtcs.s Leg sU
lature 'ferkslup". and Sheriffalty Ten Dullurs. for
minor offices Five Dollars.
Pohtval addresses and Obituary artuKs ciiargcf
Hepsru or coinmumcations. dcrcrd t" call aitcu
lion to- any matters of funned or individual uiteres
vvill be cowdered advertisenients and pay required
for their publication as such
When advertisements are sent to the olTVr. with-
out the number ol ii.seriions sjsrked upen them
they will be cimliiiHciiat tin- fU.n-ri sn of :-e editor
a-s long as fie suppose v iJV:? tpparirrv k-iablt! tw
the advertiser and charged uccordmglv unless stop-
ped by order.
Persons directing the stoppage pf papers will be
expected to pay all arrearccs In the tim-r of atop
page in accordance witli general nsigc.
ID AH letters to the Editnr ci.nncrtni' with tho
business of tho paper mest be postpaid or thev will
not be received.
AGENTS FOR THE STANDARD.
Gen. E. 11 Tr.n vnt ( 'lumbers Creek Navarro Co
Wm F. He.ndei:sos liq. Corsicana.
Dr. B. Gr. in wi. Buflalo.Hendcrson County
M M. K-.ifilT p. M. Greenville. Huut "
S. K. Mc Govvln Esi. Bonham Fannin "
JolIS R.C'H.VDDOekEsI.. v ..
JvCOBLoSoEsq. lan T1
Eloridoi Hopks P.M. .Tan 1'opk.rs
B. W. Gkvy Esq Moe It sai.t.TltHa
Titos. R. Watson Esq. Cass
R. P. Cki'jip Emj. Jeff iso.
1. Subscribers who do not g'-.e exprwa notice tu
the contraryare considered wi-umg to wntmse their
2. If subscribers order the o inuiuance f their
Tinnprs. tho ni'Tilflirr inflv rt . .i. . f vjnrl llim tift
r ..t- -... .... ... . . . .. ... -. -v ....... .H.
I all that is due be paid.
3. If subscribers neglect orrefusc. a take lie trpa
pcrs from the office to w liich they are directed .!-i v
are held responsible till thev have settled their bdl.
! and order their papers discontinued.
1. If subscribers remove to other places without
inlormmg the publishers and the paper is sent to the
lunueruirecuon.iiiej are nesa responsiote.
5. The Courts have decided that refusing to take
a paper or periodical from the office or removing
and leaving it uncalled for is prima fact' evidence ot
THE undersigned is constant
ly manufacturing every article
m ma line oi Dusiness. anu oi- '
fers to hts customers an article of ladies' and gentle
men's saddles superior both in durability and ap
pcarance to anv brought from the Xorth.
Saddles of e eiv pattern from ten to fifty dollars
in value made to order at the shortest notice.
He has a stock of matenals of Northern manu-
facture always on hand.
He has also always in his show case a few sad-
dles ready made of'finest finish.
Harness -and saddle bags madp to order after
any df-sircd pattern.
Bridles martingale8girtbs and halters constantly
THOS. R- WII.SON
Clarksville June 24th1848 u9:ly.
UISTUICT COURT EXECUTIONS far COSTS
ANEW form just printed at this office m'supert-
Citations for District Courts a fresh supply on
1 l ALSO
ADllNlST8AT0R-sB0NDANnLTTM3 for Probst
Clerks a' new form m conformity rtiih the act of the
Gl-vbdiass Bon-ds and Lettlbs.
Anv of these or any others ot the BUr.ks adjer.
used by us sent by mail to order strongly enrel .
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