The Northern Standard. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 24, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 9, 1850 Page: 4 of 4
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WmnisM and Democracy. The whig
rests for his support on material interests
democracy on morality au.il mind: the whig re-
spects men for their possessions; democracy
cherishes naked humanity: hc whig idolizes
established abuses and pleads proscription;
democracy is tKe party. of hope and reform:
the whig kindles with zeal in the defence of
separate interests; democracy demands
equal rights: the whig claims the privilege
of resisting his sovereign: democracy as-
serts the sovereignty of the People: the whig
regards liberty as a fortunate priviligo or as
a covenanted enfranchisement; democracy
holds liberty as a natural and inalienable
right: the whig build-; his strong goverment or.
force; democracy trusts in the diffusion of
intelligence and the power of opinion: the
whig fulfils his contracts and knows no ob-
ligation to do more; democracy claims kin-
dred with every sulFercr and as each gen-
eration takes up its line of march to eternity
it cheerfully provides for the infirm: the whig
makes common cause with his clan; democ-
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klJ VUIW .... IHU 1tl.ll Ul.II" Ul IIIU lllllll.
the whip resting government on wealth.
Jays the foundation ol a mnneved aristocracy;
democracy resting government on the in-1
tellicence and moialitv of the masses cstab-
lishes the supremacy of the People and opens
the way to the principality of vutuc.
Every large city lias its peculiar stvlc of
architecture which could enable one to
"place a building in its proper situation
even should lie meet it V$trny in the woods or
on the prairies. In Boston there is always
an attempt at solemn imposing massive
grandeur rather Egyptian than Gothic and
rather Druidical than cither. Every body
in Boston evidently builds with a "mission"
nnd not a coal house is erected without di-
rect reference to the progress of the race and
the embodiment of the ideal in the actual.
It is a mysterious labyrinthine grotesquely
solemn city and looks as if it were inhabited
by sphynxes. But it contains more potent
and more beautiful enchanters who know
well how to compensate in grace and liveliness
for the sombre and crushing stolidity of the
architecture which conceals them.
New Yorkers have imbibed n potent
draught of French and Italian love for the
beautiful light graceful insubstantial and
effervescing a spirit which pervades their
society their dress their amusements ihrir
churches their dwellings every thing but
their commerce. Thai is heavy and substan-
tial enough. Every body who builds a house
in New York or buys a coat or a frock or
a pew is sure to invest invest it somehow
or somewhere with a visible manifestation of
the love of preltincss and finery. The key- A N C I EX T C I T Y.
note to the whole mystery of life in N. York j According to Mr. Squicr a very important
is ostentation. Fortius and for the deli-: discover- which may throw considerable
cious persona! excitement and rivalry which ! light upon the obscure but highly interesting
it begets men (and especially women) con-jsuiject of American antiquities has recently
stantly make the most enormous sacrifices j been made in the province of Vera Paz
This strains the crisis of speculation teats ' about 150 miles northeast of Guatemala.
up the brain by the very roots in the mad In the midst of a dense forest many leagues
career of money-digging in the dark and from any settlement. has been found a ruined
dreary mines of Wall street makes bus- city surpassing Copan and Palcnquc (spo-
bands gray at forty and wives younger than ken of by Stephens Norman and other liav-
their daughters. But we weic speaking cllcrs in Yucatan) in extent and magnifi-
of architecture. In New Yoik every house ' cence. The government of Guatemala sent a
is built as if the owner had been persuading .commissioner to examine it; but in consc-
himself that he was erecting a palace. An quence of the civil commotions in which the
attempt at airiness and classicality of facade j wasp's-nests of republics in that region are
a kind of imitative palatial sweep and spa- always involved only a few rude plans and
ciousness to the staircase and parlors a con-! imperfect sketches were obtained. Mr. Sqni-
tempt for all parts of the building out of sight er says that as souti as his duties will pel mit
a doing of all tho work below stairs so that he means to make a thorough exploration of
the first floor may keep perpelual holiday 'this cJty of the dead and also other inicrcs-
these are the leading characteristics of New! ting monuments in Honduras mid San Salva-
York architecture; and the sum total is a dor.
bewitching fascinating city which when the j Deatii qf .Fxrurl. Mtu.En."-From a
"City lathers have got the streets cleaned j .ce ; the B(JSon A WB Icnin that
wiU be something Jo be proud of. J William Miller who took the lead some
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. 1 l . ft r- .
ui . uiiim hi u.e .uic. cuuu iiusimess o. .s .
minions oi ucep-grccn irccs anuusiuousauos
oi spacious anuo.oom.nggaruensjwnen your
eyes actually feasted upon the unstained
masses ot luxuriant foliage fringing and fes-j
tooning every street and your senses are re-
galed with the odor of myriads of flowers; it l
is then that you become sensible of the deli
ciencies of both Boston and New York.
You wander delighted through the romantic
shade of the squares and meet everywhere
freshness cleanliness and elegance; and as
you unfold one by one the streets and vistas
ol the city you involuntarily exclaim
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''-V- aV r. -""
And so it is. Uilliam Pen.v was anques-
KIVIHJLUIJ till; 11121 IIUCI Ul 1119 1"C tlllU A lllltl-
.nnl.l.. I.n. i; n.ri.;nr.Hl'li.l
dclphta is his great epic
a living harmoni-
ous human home a magnificent temple to do-
mestic happiness and comfort an every-day
religion whose worship is life itself.
Lost in these agreeable reflections it is a
long time before you stop to consider wheth-
er or not the dwellings you pass are construc-
ted with decided elegance and with a view
to picturesquencss of effect. But upon ex-
amination you see at once that generally
this is not so that comfort and convenience
have been the presiding divinities of Phila-
delphia architecture. This is well; but the
growing taste for mingling the graceful and
beautiful with the comfortable and substan-
tial is better.
A love of the beautiful and a daily and
hourly contact with its manifestations arc of j
precious benefit to the human hcatt; and as
taste advances and means expand we. should
be proud to sec a city of palaces purchased
and erected by the honest industry and en-
terprise of a free population who alone have
a right to the indulgence of magnificence and
sinless luxury. In our opinion the only
rightful inhabitants nnd enjoycrs of palaces
and costly fare arc tho3e who without wrong-
ing others have earned the means of grati-
fying such refined tastes; and although we
are far from approving that spirit of ostenta-
tion and vanity which places the Lightest en
joyment of life in the outdoing and outshining
ot one s neighbors yet we believe that well
considered temperately indulged luxury is a
legitimate reward of wealth and is in its
consequences to others far preferable to a
cold and grasping ascctism which withdraws
iti gains from the world rather than distrib-
ute a fair proportion of them among those
large classes of producers who depend for
their subsistence upon the refined and luxu-
rious necessities of society N. American
and'U. S. Gazelle.
'Amnnir the lookinH-glasses at the late
Paris exhibition of national industy was one
16 feet by 12 the price ol wlncli was mantec
at 12JO0O francs. A similarlmirror has been
shipped at Havre for New Orleans.
Murder Will Out. The bones of a man
who had been murdered in Warrick county
Indiana were found some days since in a
pond that had gone dry for the first time in
many years. The murdered man had been
trading in horses and disappeared suddenly.
Two men named Powers and Rice have
been arrested and the circumstantial evi
fience sgainst them is very strong.
The London Times contains an aiticlo on
the subject of which the following extracts
form the pith:
"We have already cntcred-at considerable
length upon views taken by the British Gov-
ernment or rather by Lord Palmerston with
reference to the rights of the State of Nica-
ragua and the independence of the Mosquito
coast. Hut though Lord Palmerston hns ex-
pressed his opinion on the subject with great
decision and has distinctly intimated that "
her majesty's government must support and
maintain the right of the king of Mosquito
in the port ofSt. John's" we have not yet ar-
rifd at the same clear and peremptory con-
viction on the subject os the foreign minister
and we shall be glad to learn by what addi-
tional evidence and by what reasoning he
intends t. suppuit the position to which he
has pledged ihe lienor of the Government of
n.. it.: . v:........ ...I.i:.. il.n.fmr. tlr '
minister is bound to produce more cogent Galvcslon coimlic-s in the rirsl Judicial IJ.slnc .
i .i ii .ii ii i.l VprsiT.ru li.kn is associated or practice in the
evidence than he has vet adduced lor the '!"'";""' . . '.. i..i (...
... r-i r .. .1 'Supreme Coiirtuf the State and the 1 cileral . ouri
necessity .urn lusuce ii iii ....; n-i v -. .......
J . i .1
whatever reliance be may place on the i
qualities of bluster and assmancc those are
weapons in which it is not easy to surpass
such antagonists as the politicians of the Uni
led States when they find it their interest to
rouse the passions or prejudices of their dem-
ocratic constituents. "
Odd Fellows axd Phesbytkihass. The
lull statement ol ihe action of the Synod of
Cincinnati upon the appeal of a member who
had been suspended by the Presbytery of
Cincinnati for belonging to the Order ol
Odd Fellows puts rather a different face
upon the first rough report. The decision was
I . That the appeal be sustained inasmuch
as the lower couit has not furnished evidence
before ibis body that the mere fact of holding
membership in the society of Odd Fellows
forms a scriptural ground of exclusion from
the Chinch of Christ.
il. That in sustaining this appeal the
Synod is not to be understood as approving
of the Order of Odd Fellows or of any other
of the "Secret Societies." On the contrary
it is the deliberate opinion of this body in
view of the religious features ol these as-
sociations which arc tint in accordance with
the Gospel and which consequently give
offence to many Christians mar the peace of
the Church and tend to impair tlicUliristian
usefulness of such professors that the mem-
bers of the Church connected with them
should prayerfully anil deliberately consider
this whole subject and separate themselves
vpnPS - ; I1C " aivent "movement died
. .-. ; . .. ? f fiS Ilc
has thug nQt Hvcd (Q 8CC h(J reat consumB.
" o i
ion of whoae jfulc coming he was so
confilleiil six years ago.
' - -
THE P O E T It Y O F HEAVEN
"Ye stars! which are the poetry of Heaven."
Among the thousand apostrophes that have
been written and apostrophic writing is a
fair test of noetic ability none compare with
that written by Byron commencing with the !
line Hist quoted
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so or now can me stars ue consioereu me .
or how can the stars be considered tt:
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.... nr llrii'nn ?' le it iPPnilGP nt IPir '
gplcndor or configuration or their relation
' . 0. :. bccause 0f tleir relation to !
T ' 5 J
ni iimi I inv nro .ntitf iiinriMi iiii iini'irv ill l
. .1 . .1 '1 I .1... . ..1 '
mi i . . ..ir !. c it:n nf
Alley lunee.Aisieu u uni uic luuiiumiuu
jects that all eyes which have been open to
the li"lit anu liltea to neaven nave seen
as we now sec them and as all posterity I
shall sec them to the end of time. Oceans
!. ilmi.. tm.lc- onntirwnlc nri eillinmr-!
l-HUll" ..iv. uuva. . -....
ned: rivers stray from their channels: moun-1
o. . . r . i- i
tains arc undermined; forests disappear and
cities rise in men iiaw--a.. ... ...... w....
are inscribed with mutability; but the stars
They arc the same tons as they were to
Adam and Eve in the bowers of Eden. !
They are the same' to us as they were to Noah
and his lanuly wiicn tuny uescenucu imo uic
silence of an unpeopled world. They arc
the same to us as they were to Miltiades on
the plains ot Marathon and on that memo-
rable night before the destruction of the Per-
sians and the delivery of Greece. The
very horoscope to which the sentinels of the
hostile armies looked still lingers iu the
heavens to meet the gaze of beholders.
Thcv are the same to us as they were to
son oi man inai inou visucui mm. mw
finally the stars the unchanging stars and
f ii A it. - .. . a1 Ika . rl
oh how touching the thought! appear to us
in the same placid magnificence as they did
to the Redeemer of the world when "having
sent the multitude away he went up into a
mountain apart and continued all night with
God in prayer." www
Poweu or Music Every woman who
hns an aptitude for music or for singing
ctimil.1 l.lnaa God for thc sift and cultivate
Ii tviti iliirpnen: not that sho may dazzle
..-fa - - .
strrncers. or-win the applause irom a cruwu
but that sho may bring gladness to her own
fireside. The influence of music in strength
ening the affections is far from being per
ccived by many of its admirers; a sweet mel
ody binds an neans logeiner as u were wmi
a eolden cord; thc pulses beat in unison and
the heart thrills with sympathy. But the
music of thc fireside must be simple and un
pretending; it does not require brilliancy ofl
execution out tenaerness oi icciiug a merry
tuno for the young and a more suDaued
strain for the aeed bnt none of the noisy
J clap-trap which is so popular in public.
the Psalmist of Israel when at eventide he; the county aforesaid on the twcnty-sixtn nay o
exclaimed "When I consider the Heavens December A. D. eighteen hundred and forty nine
the work of thy finders; the moon and the and ina-ie oath that John C. Carter is justly in-
Uie worn oi iiy ""o-" -. jcl)tcd to him by note in the sum of one hundred
stars which thou hast orda ned. Lord! w 1 at doJ aml hat the said Carter is absent from
is man that thou art mindful of un:' or the Ms Stalc S(J hat thc ()rijliary .roress of law can-
3?&OSS23Ifl2fAS GARS 3.
THOMAS J. KOGKr.3
JAMES II. KOGKItS
T. J. & J. II. ItOGEltS
ATTOItXKVS AT LAW.
April 1st 1819. iil8:tf.
T R I M B L E & L E WIS
A TTOR.XR YS A T LA IV.
rr.iPMI'l..K. 11K1) ItlVKli CO. TEXAS
Will practice in nil the courts of the Eighth Jmli
cinl District iimlin the Counties of Cuss ami Gray-
March IP 1SI!.
J. C. M c G ON1G A L .
attorney asd counsellor at law
.-jj-JTAVlXtJ jMTiiiaiiontly settled at Matagorda
ULJL will alteml llu Courts ul .ualagorua
.... i.lrili .hsimi. Kurt Bend. Hrazona ami
' r f i r c n r e s .
Hon. John T. Mn.i.s.7ir.r7c.
Hon. O. M. Roiikkts. Sun Augustine
Hon. J a mi:s I.iivk. (iuleislon.
Mason & Jenkiss. .Yrcr Orhmsl.i:.
Oclolir st 116 ii23 ly.
Dk. GEO. GORDON
WILL continue the practice of Medicine as hero
tut'ore. Office next door to Wilson's Saddler shop.
A Fi'LL supply of hk.nks lately printed in su-
puriiirMvle i'nr the use of
nb-triclJ Clerks Prclinto Clerks.
Shcrilli Constables and
For sale l.v L. C. ALKXAXDKH
WEBB & DI'VAL'Ss Reports of the Decisions
of the Supreme Court of the State of Texas price
.jC.00 just rcceUed and for sale at Clarksillel'ar-
sand Jonli::iii by
ALEXANDER & HRO'S
-fIvfrt SCIICOL lUKKSand writing rer
'JUS.4 is? A general supply.
f'tra-. r.rsile l.y A. M. ALEXANDER.
Clarhsrilk Jam Ui 1610. n.":lf.
W PATENT MEDICINES.
Moiliil's Life Pills ami U'i.Mar's Ralsam of Wild
Pliienix liitior.- Cherry.
I'alinestocks Vermifuge Tiioinpson's Eye Water.
Bull's Sarsaparilla Vanlian"s Sarsaparilla
Dr.Oakwooils wormsyriipCiidfrey" Cordial.
1 lav's Liniment Nerve i"c Bum Liniment
Fur sale l.v A. M. ALKXANDKR.
O'arhcilh June i)th. ItVJ. ii.'.rtf.
ESTATE OP JAS. W. WAPlltlP DEC'D.
"Tff7"llEREAS the undersiqned wa duly rcco;r-
Tv uizeil by the llonoralde the l'roliatc Conn
of Red River conntv. at the October term eighteen
hundred and fortv-iiine as Excciitor by will of
Jas. W. Wanhop deceased lale ol said county;
this is tlierefme to notify all peismis indebted to
said estate io make limm-diaie payment and all
those having claims upon it to present llieiu Io the
undersigned within the time prescribed by law or
tliev will be barred.
ROBERT S. HAMILTON
ClarlsrilhJan. I2A 1830. No. SO. Ot.
TOWN OF TAOS.
Head of Navigation on the Trinity.
rglllE above town lias lieen laid oil at I'lirler s
A Bbill'oii the west bank of the Trinity. The im-
mense advantages held out to tho Merchant Farmer
Mechanic and Professional man. in search ol a loca
lion are such as will impress every person in its
favor who valces health a rich soil and a genial
The Merchant will here find a tract of country
100 miles in evun dependent upon this point for
- J.! ." -
The Farmer ran purchase good land in the immc-
iate icinity at from 50 certs to one dollar per acre:
the title indisputable; consisting ol" choice black and
mulatto colored soil; timber ami pniiric; iu point of
richness fully equal to the American bottoms on the
Mississippi or the bottom lands on the Red and Ar
kansas Kivers; allowing an excellent stock range
both summer and winter and well calculated for the
growth of Corn Cotton Wheat Rye Oats und
The Mechanic and Professional man can pursue
; their several occupations with profit ami will have
lit.. ?nlv?iiiliin nfninidlr incrcasim!' lioonlatioli.
T js snU;ciL.m WM powcr -ur Mill anj )anu.
lacliinug uur poses.
This being tlie nearest BlufTto the foot of the raft
and accessillletl.e greater part of the vear to boat ol
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i:.l.. .1 .l. ..II.. -.1.- il... ...w .l.w.itl.l.k .I......I l..r
storing goods destined lor upper Texas and the ad
ii.'iii 111.111'' ill. .iimiiio lilt iiiuci in ciiaiyii. m i..l a.'i
loinmg oiaies oi -New .ue.ico.
..'-.... r.. -. i l. ri;n rv....l.-
m KeJ mvcr; :il - P:lrLs allj
; iJotll:llIlj ;McTSCCi the road leading to Porter's Bhill
J I1U Ill.lllO lllllll III. n.inllj .lilllli .' ...in ...
;. :.ml ear Kingsborougli prairie.
The Trmilv bottom at this point is scarcely half
a mile wide with but one slough over which a gooi
BrillilC IlllS llCCI! bllilt.
eieJS a .-e. ....... ... ...B .... o
from 3 to j miles wide ami cut up with innumerable
'"J" A (Hroc H' fnw c!ltksii Ilrairic tll
Austin would cross the iriuilv river in tlie. iiiinicUi-
jate neighborhood of Porter's Blurt"
This route now having a good and perfectly
straight road between these points will make it the
most popular imeoi inuci o iiic esi.
1 ersons iicsinms oi piirciiasoij; 101s iu jut.ioi. jj.
ply to the subscriber.
ii. ii. i in. i r.it
At tiu: Bluff
THE STATE OF TEXAS
COl'NTV OF HEI KIVF.lt.
TolhcSIierifforatii Constable if Hal Hirer Canvlt
WHEREAS George N. Fry appeared before
A. M. Crooks a Justice of the Peace of
not he served upon him
You are therefore hereby commanded to sum-
mon the said John C. Ca'rler by publication in
some news paper published in your county three
weeks successively to tic anil appear uctnrc i. ii.
Crooks a Justice of thc Peace of said county on
the second day of February; eighteen hundred and
fifty at or before thc hour of two o'clock P. M.
of said day at his office in precinct number three
to answer the complaint of the said George N. Fry
in the plea of debt above stated.
Herein fail not and then and there have you this
writ with your piocccdings thereon.
Witness the hand of the said Justice at office
in precinct number three this twenty-ninth day of
llcccmuer a. v. eignieen nunureu aim iuiij-.muu
A. M. CROOKS J. P.
To Jons C. Carter
Sir : You are hereby cited
to appear at the time and place mentioned in the
above Citation this twenty-ninth December eigh
teen hundred anil lorty-mne.
R. S. HAMILTON S. II. R. C.
By J. J. Musgrove Deputy.
January 12 1850. No.20. 3t. Pr'sfee $8
TO OWNERS OF GINS AND MILLS.
TYTE METAL suitable for gin boxes.for sale
the "Standard" Office for ca3h only.
njov. 1th 16 IS.
u.1 'iji-im u. '-- mn
nnllE YEAR EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND I
FORTY-EIGHT has been more replete with
wonderful unexpected and astounding political and
religious revolutions and valuable discoveries and
inventions than any year since the commencement
of the world. The whole continent of Europe has
been one great volcano of revolutions; not only the
old but the new world has Ihich the theatre of war
and bloodshed ending onlu with the treaty of Que-
iciaro giving peace io iomco ami inu ncii uum
plitius of California to tho American people.
STILL A GREATER EVEXT one that will
work a complete revolution iu the entire medical
world ami be of greater benefit to mankind than
any invention that lins been made since the das ol
en made su.ee the das
ryof lU:acon.lrJul ':"
ound.Johu Hulls I' Iimi I
Fulton was the ilisci)e
Iruli great medical compoui
r.Mract ot oaisapattlla.
This invaluable remedy has already carried hap-
piness to the hearts of thousands ami is daily giv-
ing more consolation to the afllicted than could be
alibrdcd by all the wealth iu the mines ol" Calil'or
uia and the world combined!
It is jml up in full ipiait Imlllis. ami contains tin-
strength of SI A' TIMES as much pure lloniluras
Sarsaparilla a anj similar pn partition ninth in A-
mi rica. Price one tlollnr per bottle or si i bollli for
It has been a well established fact (iir years past
that Sarsaparilla w hen pure and properly prepared
was the only true panacea for all diseases orignating
from an impure state ol" the blood the use of mer-
cury intoxicating drinks. cil habits in youth bar-
renness Sic. We ImiMIv assert that JOHN
BI'LL'SFLPII) EXTRACT OF SARSAPA-
RILLA is the only preparation before the public
that is prepared on strictly scientific principles and
of imilbnii strength. The Sarsaparilla is purchased
without regard to price and every pound before be-
ing used is subjected to the strictest chemical tests
nnd it.. iii.ttntni'ni nvii!lnimil li.i;in t.aitr tii'il
Bull's Sarsaparilla alio contains the virtues of!
several other valuable medical roots together fumi-
ng the best compound and producing the grtctcsl
vrattce ( in the l.notrn xcorlti!
Wlicn Used According to Direclions
AVill Cure irilhoiit I'nil:
Scrofula or King's evil: Coughs folds; .
Cancers 1 nmors:
Eruptions of the iiVm;
eakness ol Ihe ( best;
Pulmonary A flections:
And all other diseases
tending to produce
Female Irregularities and
Chronic Sore Eves;
Ringworm or Tetters;
Pains in the bones or joints Complaints;
Old Sores ami Fleers; Sick and Nervous Head-
Swelling of the Glands; ache:
Syphilis Dyspepsia Low spirits.Night sweats;
Salt Rhei'in; lvposnre or Imprudence
Diseases of the Kidnevs; iu life;
Diseases arising from thcChronic Constitutional dis
use of Mercury; eases;
laiss of Appetite: And is a Spring and Sum-
ram in Ihe Side and hut drink and general
Tonic lor the system
ami a jnrfi mill pit its-
mil purgntitr; it is su
it rior to lilue Lick or
Congress iciitir. Suits
or Stiillitz I'oirihr.
HTPThe Ohio Slate Journal Columbus Ohio
thii.i speaks of Hull's Sarsaparilla:
" IT HAS A'O EQITA I..' The unprecedented
sale of Bull's Compound Fluid Elract of Sarsapa-
rilla in this city where it has been introduced for
the past two mouths oni.v with the very gratifying
elTeets produced upon all who have tried it. warrant
the assertion that as a purifier of ihe Mood IT HAS
XO EQPAL! This is a bold assertion but it can
be substantiated bv calling on the agent iu this
sCT- B E A D
We. the undersigned Druggists and Apotheca
ries iu the city of Iiouisville Ky take pleasure iu
staling that we have been soiling John Hull's Ex-
tract ol" Sarsaparilla Ibr some time and confidently
recoinaiend it as being a good and sale article:
lapping & Co. J. B. Wilder & Co.
Moutgomery&Sutclille.M. Aikin co Co..
Win. Nock J. W. (.amble & Co.
J. II. ')wen Sam'l Yenawiue
F. W. Kniess B. Morsell & Co.
W. K. Smith C.O.Mills.
Watts & Thomas. A. G. Wealherlbrd
Robinson Petcr&Cary. Rupert Liiidenbcrger & Co.
Louisulle November 20. ltfltf.
irp Bear with us. reader a little longer and be
convinced that HULL'S SARSAPARILLA i the
WOXDER OF THE WOL'LIK'
and that it will cure you no matter how long yo'i
have been sufiering.
What Dr. Owen Druggist and Apothecary of
several years standing says about JJull s Sarsapa
Lons.vn.LK. May 31 1SIP.
Mr. Jonx Bfl.L Dear Sir: I have been for a
number of years severely afllicted with a Mercurial
Headache and a dull heavy Pain iu my Liier. 1
used almost all the remedies ol" the day especially
thc Sarsaparilla prepared bydifierent persons. Hut
still to little or no advantage until I chanced to meet
with yours three bottles ol" which gave me more
iclicf than all the others combined.
I therefore take pleasure iu recommending you
Sarsaparilla to the alilictcd community as a superio
Very respectfully J. II. OWEN M. D.
Let all those who arc suficring under thc agoni
zing tortures ol Rheumatism read the tolluwing
and sec w hat may also be done I'm them it they
will use this infallible remedy.
Mr. Jons Bi'LL Dear Sir: Foi the last three
years I have been afllicted with Rheumatism ol" the
severest character. 1 was at tunes in the greatest
agonv of pain ; I tried cverv remedy I could pro
cure for the disease but found no permanent relief
until I was induced to use yoir preparation ol oat-
saparilla which has entirely cured me of Rheuma-
tism and greatly improved my general health more
than any medicine I have ever used. I have been
free of pain for several months and have no doubt
the cure is permanent ami I confidently leconimcnd
t as being the best medicine in use for Rheumatism.
Unionown Unioco. Ky. May 12 1816.
Prom Dr. Wm. T. Prentiss:
Mr. Bull: In regard to your Sarsaparilla I will
say that I have used it to some extent in Cutaneous
Allcctions ol long standing as linca Oapetis t'ro-
riasis Scabies Syphilitic Cachexia and in all dis
eases where the indication of cure seems to consist
in a thorough change or modification ol the fluids of
the body with considerable success in conjunction
with local treatment. I think I would prefer il to
any other preparation of Sarsaparilla in use and
any physician will admit its value upon learning the
substances that enter into its composition.
W. T. PRENTISS M. D.
Lcwisport Ky. Dec. 4 1817.
AS A FEMALE MEDICINE
JTIS WITHOUT A JllVAL!
This Sarsaparilla is a sovereign and speedy cure
for incipient Consumption Barrenness Prolapsus
Uteri or Falling of the Womb Costivcncss Piles
Leucorrliaja or Whites obstructed or difficult Mcn-
struration. Incontinence of Urine or involuntary dis
charge thereof and for the general prostration of
tlie system no matter whether tlie rcsuu oi ir.nereni
cident. Nothing can bemore surprising than its in-J
vigorating effects on tho human f'- persons of
all weakness and lassitude lrom taking it at once
become robust and full of encrgt under its influence.
It immediately counteracts the nervclessness of the
female frame which is the great cause of Barren-
ness. It will not be expected ot us in cases of so
delicate a nature to exhibit certificates of cures per-
formed but we can assure the afflicted ihaHmn
dreds of coses hve been repoiled to us. Th ou
sands of cases wheic families have been without'
children after using a few bottles of this invaluable
medicine have been blessed with fine healthy off-
spring. It has been expressly prepared in refer-
ence to female complaints. No female who has
reason tn suppose she is approaching that critical
period "the turn of JJfr" should neglect Intake it
as il is a certain prcven tativc for any of the numerous
and horrible diseases Io which females are subject
at this time or life. This period may fir Majt d
for siccrat years by rising this tnn'icine. Nor is it
"less valuable for those w ho are ap r. machine w oinsn-
hood. as it iscalculattd to assist nature by quick-
ening the blood and invigorating the system. Indeed
this medicine is invaluable for all the delicate dis-
eases lo which wimci aii" aiibirl.
ii is ine saiesi aim inusi
rifvil 10 SVfI(. all
aIlemI:mt lll()1; chi!d-birt!i
strcI 1Illrtlcr a
It is the safest and most elfcclual medicine lor
and relieving the Milienu!
i ever discovered. It
mid child iirevrnl pain
and disease increases ami enriches the food ; those
who bale used it think il is indispe.isalde. It is'
i. :.-..! i .....I. i...r l ..r...- rt ......i -..'
iilliiv usi'im iiiiiu OLi.iiu am. ..in. ii'iiiiiii-iiiii.. o
it prevents diseases attendant upon child-birth. In
Costivcness Piles Cramps Swelling of ihe Feet
Despondency. Heartburn. Vomiting. Pain iu 'lie
Hack ami Louis talsc lams Hemorrhage ami Ul
regtilating'tlie Secret ions and equalizing the circu-j
lation il has no eiptal. The great beauty of this'
medicine is it is always sate and tiie most delicate
use is mol successfully. j
As a beaiitiljing agent it is far superior to all the
Cosinclics ami lotions in use producing a clear and
beautiful skin rosv checks reluming frci-Ues
ami pimples. .1 hint to the young Imliit is suffi-
cient' BETTER TESTIMONY
77i'in irasirtr offatil in farm of any Mulicim!
From Dr. James M. Moore:
Mr Jons Bill: 1 have no hesitation in saving
that I believe your Sarsaparilla to be tho best arti-;
ele ever mauul-icturcil lor the cure ot ocroluia
Syphilid and many other cutaneous ami Glandular
Allcctions hating used it Willi entire success in a
number of the above cases.
JAMES M. MOORE.
IiOi'isviLM' Dec. 20 IS 17.
More testimony from Dr. Moore.
Mr. Jons Hill: I am using your Sarsaparilla iu
several new cases of Scrofula and with liappvcllcrt.
I am now confident il i-. one of the most cflicacious
medicines that can be made for that disease.
Yours JAMES M. MOORE M. I)
Winchester Ky. Feb. 1 It-1M.
Tesliuinny like the following renders superfluous
all further comments upon ihe elfieacy of Bull's
From Dr. L. P. Yamlell Professor of Chemistry
iu the Louisville Medical College:
" I have looked over the lUt of ingredients com-
posing John Bull's Compound Extract of Sars-ipa-rilla
and have no hesitation in saying thai they
form a sale compound and one that promises well
in Chronic diseases to which it is applicable."'
L. P. YANDELL M. 1).
Iiouisville June 0 lSlti.
This medicine is daily grappling with disease
through the Western counlrv . restoring to blooming
health and youthful igorthe sick and alluded nay
those that are grievously torme.ited. Ceiiitieates
are teeming from all direction from men of truth
and high moral standing placing il from its intrin-
sic woith the very best of all lemedics ever before
Sold wholesale and retail by JOHN BULL.
Persons wishing to accept an agency for the sale
of Hull's Sarsaparilla will please address JOHN
BULL SI Fourth street Louisville with refer
Foi: sale at S 1 50 ri:u Bottle uv
I T T
CASH PRICK REDUCED!!!
THE subscribers on account ol" the scarcity oi
money will sell during the present year according
to the following rates for cash or on time at Iheir
Mill eight miles North of Clark.-ville. We feel
confident of public patronage w Inch heretofore lias
been so liberal and more particularly on account of
the SUPERIOR QUALITY of our Lumber to
that made at any other Mill iu this section of the
Snuare Pine Lumber 6 10 per M.
Sheathing Plank fi " "
Sweet Cum SO " "
Black Walnut 30 '
PRICES O.V TIME.
Square Pine Lumber ;? ?t per M.
Sheathing Plank 7 50 ' "
Sweet Gum :() "
Black Walnut 40 " "
We have now on band about 200000 feet of
ilricci planK w inch to those who haul a considera
ble distance is a great consideration.
The highest cash price will be paid for Merchant
able v heat delivered at our flouring Mill oni
mile from the Saw-Mill.
R. S. Hunt . :
S. B. Allen : : :
W. C. Benge : :
G. W. Baruell :
Clarksville. July 1st
E N T S .
LITTLE & EPPERSON
JJj I'ltirirsily of Louisiana Mtilicul Dipartiwr.l.
Course of I ri 1 !)-5 0.... I'lie Lectures in this
Institution will commence on MONDAY Nov. 12
and continue four mouths.
F A C U
Theory and Practice
Obsteries and Diseases
L T Y.
James Jones M. 1)
...Warren Some JL D.
...J. L. Riddell. M. D
of Women and Chil--A.
11. Cenas JL D
J. Weddeihum. M. D.
.Materia Medica it Therapeutics GANotl M
Physiology and P.vhology - - 1 ho. Hunt M
Demonstrator of Anatomy . Y.R.LcMonnier M. D.
Clinical instructions will be given daily by the
Profcssois i'l the extensive wards of the Charity
Hospital .mil in thc Amphitheatre.
I'll' t-eilittes ollered for the study of Practical
Anatomy ami Operative Surgery are very great
subjects being furnished free of charge.
Ticket of each Professor S 15
Ticket of Practical Anatomy 10
Matriculation Fee 5
Diploma Fee 30
ir-r-No charge for attendance on the Hospital.
GUS TAVUS A. NOIT M. D.
No. 15:10ts. Dean.
LOST LAJYD CERTIFICATE.
I HA YE lost the unconditional land certificate
Sd class No. 222 granted to Matthew Ryburn
by the Board of Land Commissioners of Red Riv-
er county and calling for 1280 acres of land dated
0th September 1833 which certificate was trans-
ferred to me. If not found within thc time pre-
scribed by law for advertising I shall apply to the
proper oifice for a duplicate.
- WILLIS WH1TAKER.
Bowie county Sept. Sib 1819. nl" Ot
ESTATE OF BENJAMIN WEEKS DEC'D.
TT7TIEREAS the undersigned was appointed
' bJT .the " .'MriA2tZZ
unl' aV"."'""S'' uV ' wt. .l..l
"'"n" indebTed tlierT.o
late ol nV f I . . . ...
those having claims against said estate are request-
ed to present them duly authenticated to the un-
dersigned within time prescribed by law or they
will bo barred.
ANDREW WEEKS Administrator.
Titus ce.Ft&.lJ1850.Pr'sfec S 5 ?3(no.33 Ots.)
OF TIIE STATE OF TEXAS
AND TIIE ORDINANCES
WITH THE R U L E S O F T H T.
Jl'ST issued in pamphlet form neatly printod
on good paper.
PRICK 25 CEIVTS PER COPF.
At this cilice and by t liver t ChatficIJ and
C. (.'. Alexander I'larksville
At tiie store ot" A.M. Alexanfr Pans.
'" '' L. Alexander Bonham.
' " R- P. Cniiup Jeireroon.
" " " " JL JL Kuiglit Greenville
" " " ' Dr. B. Graham. ButTalo.
; " " " J. A.Talbot IWou.
Kldridge HopLius Tarrant.
B. W. Gray. Mount Pleasant.
R. .Morton "White Oak.
Stf AIMM!) JU3 Q??il3
WE Have received within thc last two wpets
2rf varieties ol New 'l'vi-i- eiuiiririim.
Lmge. Small and Fancy type of siijierinr cpialitr
nl a large variety ol" type-metal Cuts OrnanciiU
ami Bonier; also astoek'ol lancy colored Papsrand
Cards and colored Inks ami Bronzes.
These with Ihe unusually large variety previously
on hand ii is believrd make the Standard Job Of-
fice the most complete iu the State as to variety
and quality nfmalerials.
We are accor! ugly prepared to do any sort of
large or small with Black or Fancy colored Inks
or Bronze in xhcrcrylnst slyl- at reasonable iat
and with promptness.
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FUNERAL AND BALL INVITATIONS
ncsix ess cards I'ismxa cards
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miis. ami in ihe Best si vie.
.1 full aisuilm'iit of lliiSKs comprising
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Vx F. ir-.f.v. Et formica oi. '
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JollS R.Ck UC"Ji Esu. .. . .
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papers t!:. ' ijI'-Io r may coriliiiu- ! ; send them "
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pcr from the office to which they are directed thev
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lilSTKICT COURT KXEIJCTIOXS for COSTS.
ANEW form just printed at this office in superi-
Citations for District Courts a fresh supply n
v ....-TnTii.Mtn-iH AsnLETTrnsfor Probate
Clerks a new form in conformity with the act of the
Gcarpiass Bonds and Letters.
Auv of these or any others of the Blanks adver-
tised bv us sent by mail to order strongly envel-
Beaver Russia Moleskin Brush Silk
Mexican. Panama Leghorn and Chip
of all qualities and sizes.
For sale by' A. M. ALEXANDER.
Ctarkscille June 9th 18P-). no:tf.
ESTATE OF SOLOMON WAGGONER liE-
CEASED. TIIE undersigned was appointed adrninistratrF
of the Estate of Solomon Waggoner deed
by thc Honorable Probate Court of Red River coun-
ty at the July term 1819. All persons indebted to
said estate aie notified to make immediate settle-
ment and all those hiving claims upon it to pre-
sent them to the undersigned within thc time pre-
scribed bv law or they will be barred.
MA RTIIA WAGGONER Administratrix.
Red River county Sept. 18th 181 6t.nol7
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