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SATURDAY, JANUARY, 29, 1842.
Jf Congress has as yet done nothing on the
subject of the apportionment. It will be seen
that other matters are engrossing the attention of
both Houses. In the mean time, different por
tions of our State, are in a ferment, as to the
claims of the different aspirants. We scarcely
receive a paper of our State, that does not
contain proceedings of a meeting of the people
bringing some would-be-Congressman before the
people. We have before us the proceedings of
a meeting ef the Democracy of Perry County,
in which Thomas B. English of Cape Gcrardeau,
is recommended and the delegates pledged to his
support. In Pulaski, the sovereigns have
spoken in favor of John P. Camphell, Esq., of
Green. This gantleman and Mr. Phelps, have
not scrupled to take the stump, throughout most
of the South West, and addressed the people,
in laudation of themselves, and abuse of the
other. Mr. Campbell has however been too '
hard for the man of "Tomato Pills." The South !
... . . . . , r., ,
1 est is unanimous in favor of the former gentle-
We have been asked frequently by our friends,
what the Wliiirs were doins in "this matter,
w'v. j .1 i r a rj o f i
li hom do they speak of as their candidates; They
J 1 . ,
are at present mere -lookers-on in Venice.
They are playing the game that we fear will
win. They arc waiting upon thc action of our ,
Convention, and where thev find a Democrat
... - , ," P, rv.,..... '
who has been unsuccessful before the Com en-
tion, and whose itching to be dubbed Hon. M. C. J
transcends his devotion for principle, then and
there they will strike, and rally to his support as ,
one man. "Divide and Conquer," is their motto, j
.t. ii i
and divide and conquer they will, unless we pro-
cccd wilh more caution and frown down every
attempt to aggrandize one man, or any number
of men, at the sacrifice of the Democratic party.
J We learn that much dissatisfaction pre
vails in Lincoln, as to the nomination made at
the Newhope Convention, on the 8th inst., and
a meeting of the people is proposed to be held
in Troy. We hope that union, harmony, and
concert, will be adopted, and that nothing will
be done to jeopardize thc success of the Demo
cratic party in this firm and consistent Republi
By a table extracted from the Missouri Repor
ter, it will be seen that if 60,000 be adopted as
the ratio for the next apportionment, Missouri
will be entitled to six Representatives in thc next
Congress, with a fraction of 40G unrepresented.
Thc House will contain 251 members.
23" We are authorized to annoinicc Thomas
II. Harris, Esq. as a candidate for the Sheriff
alty in Lincoln County at the next August Elec
The select committee on the apportionment in
the lower House, have reported in favor of es
tablishing 68,000 as the ralio. If this be adopt
ed, we shall have five members from this Slate,
a:id the house will consist of 22 1 members.
23" The Exchequer Bill has been referred to
a select committee of which Messrs Rives and
Tallmadge are members. We shall look with !
some degree of anxiety for the plan which they
will offer as a substitute.
?Tr Thc Supreme Court is engaged in the
New Jersey case.
23" So far as heard from the Democratic can
didates for Congress in this State, have a majori
ty. Cooper, Colquit and Black, are the Demo
cratic, and Gilmer, Dougherty and Wright the
We have nothing definite from Washington as
to the fate of the Bankrupt Bill. On the 15th
the whole day was consumed in the lower House
in questions of order, motions for adjournment.
&c. A resolution had been adopted requiring
the committee on the Judiciary, to report the
Bill for the repeal of the Bankrupt Law rnslan
(er. It was insisted by the anti-Repealers, that
the regular business of the House was in order,
the presentation of petitions. We present a
brief analysis of the proceedings during the re
mainder of the day.
Mr. Wise said, that as one of the majority
who had nassed the order reouinnp: the commit
tee on the Judiciary to report instanter, he had a
right to demand of that committee, that they
should now present their report in obedience to
the order of the House, and he accordingly did
eall on their chairman to make his report forth
Mr. Profitt said, that he concurred with the
gentleman from Virginia, that the question re
quired no motion. The order was imperative
and the report was the regular business of the
House, and the Committee was bound to comply
with it. The majority had passed the order, and
vit tli minority attempted to overrule it.
Mr. Johnson of Maryland, insisted that the
Question before the House was the motion of the
gentlemen of New York, Mr. J. C. Clark, calling
for the Honse to proceed wun me Dusiness oi re
ceiving petitions under the suspension of the
Mr. Marshall said, that the gentleman from
Maryland was mistaken. As soon as the Chair
had announced the decision on he adoption of the
resolution, and before the gentleman from rew
York got the floor, he (Mr. M.) rose in his
piace, ana distinctly called on tlie Committee on
the Judiciary for their report.
Mr. Garrett Davis pave notice that he unnlrl
on Monday next, ask leave to introduce a bill to
repeal the Bankrupt Act.
Mr. Arnold moved an adjourment : rejected,
yeas 87, nays 118.
Mr. Bernard, Chairman of he Committee on
the Judiciary, desired to state to the House dis
tinctly that he considered the order of the House
passed on the 8lh instant imperative, and that it
did not require the order ot the day to give it new
force. He had been ready to report in obedience
to the order of the House, ever since Tuesday
last, and he held himself ready to report the bill
now, li it was the pleasure ot the House to re
Cries of "now, now," and on the other hand,
Mr. Saunders said, that he understood the
Chairman to say that he considered the order on
the Committee as imperative, and that he held
himself ready to report now, if the House would
receive the report. Now he, Mr. Saunders, had
received instructions from the Committee since
the order of to-day was passed ; and he now
rose, in obedience to the order of the House,
and asked leave to report a bill to repeal the
Act: - ,
Oreat confusion, calls to order, and frequent
calls on the Speaker for his decision.-j
The Speaker said, that it must be obvious to
the House that the question presented was a
new and difficult one. There was no precedent
ucaiinif on u to ue lounu on me journals. It
ib ... ' . """"
was clear to him that the House could determine
upon thc ordcr of i(s business. Let the Chair
decide either way, a majority of the House could,
upon an appeal, decide the question. It was not
"J "cnai, tncrciore, now the Lhair decided,
ne llouse had however, decided on the 8th
t . , rnmm:,B ,iLl.i ,. t...
day last ; and again to-day it had decided that the
committee should report instanter. He. there-
fore thought it to be the duty of the Chair to
cal "P th.e. committee for its report.
.lr. L-ushin apnea ed 'mm the decision
"i me k.iuir, ana si neu me grounas r.i mis
appeal, and, after sotre remarks from Messrs
r il. more and Wise,
Mr. Wcl!er moved thp previous nuestion
n the appeal; and, after an ineffectual motion
for adjournment, which was negatived yeas
oj. navs 1U7
The Speaker stated thc question and his
ieciM.'n at length.
After further puints of order had been
raised and discussed,
Mr. C. II. Williams, moved to lay the
appeal rn the table. Carried yeas 101
S.i the appeal was laid on the table.
Mr. Turner, called fur the report and the
bill in accordance with the decision of the
Mr. Winthrop insisted that the Speaker
should call upon the remaining State for
The Spe .ker saij that the report and bill
were first in order.
Mr. Ha ni mi (chairman of the committee
n the Judiciary) then rose and said: Mr.
Speaker, in obedience to the neremplory or
der of the limine, I report a hill to repeal the
act establishing an uniform system of Hank
rnry.cv. Mr. Winthrop objected to the reading of the
bill, and presented th point of order, that
the order of the House hav ng heen com
plied with by the report of ti e Committer
the House must return to its regular bust
Mr. Hopkins called the attention of the
Ciiair t the 15th rule, which prescribes that
when a bill is preserved, it must fust be read
for information: and if o! icted to. the que.
tion arises, shall it be rejected? He, there
fore, raised the point of order, whether
the next question was not, 'Shall this bil.
be rejected :
Th! Speaker decided that the till must hrs
he read, which was accordingly done, and
after that, he further decided that the point
of order raised by Mr. Winthrop was cor
rect, and that the call lor petitions must be
proceeded with giving the reasons tor his
decision at lenjth.
Mr. Wise appealed from the decision of
the Chair, and after a debate, in which
Messrs. Wise and Fillmore took part,
Vr. Everett moved to lav the bill and ap
peal on the table.
M: Arnold moved that the llouse ad
Mi Underwood wanted to know wnether,
if thc House adjourned, the bill and apppal
would be the first thing in order on Monday
TheSpeakersaid that the appeal would.
The oueftion was then taken upon the
motion o adjourn, and decided ir the affir
mrtive yeas 105. nays 102.
So thellonse adjourned.
Bwling Green Academr
This insitution was atrain opened on Mon
day the 2th inst., under the charge of G.
The scholtitic year will be divided into two
sessions, of 5-nonths each.-
Terms : Pr the elementary branches
of an Engish education, as Writing,
Reading, Vrithmctic, per session, $5 00
For tbe higher branches, as English
Granular, geography, &c. 7 50
Eor 4ie ncient languages, and
Mathenaticis. 10- 00
No pupil m ill le admitted for a less time than
5 months uiless hj special agreement to the
Jf- We ae authorized to announce O. S.
JricsiKof asatandidate for Constable for Cuivre
Township at tfe next Augustelection.
23 We are uthorized to announce Joel M.
WEATHERroBD.s a candidate for Constable for
Cuiver Townsh at the next August Election-.
From the Union Democrat
HERE WE GO.
The Annual Treasury Renort rrivea caA ,.
count of Whig retrenchment for the first ten
months of its Dower.
I he expenditures of the three first quarters of
184 were $24,734,346 97
Those of the fourth quarter are
estimated at 7,290,723 73
Total expenditures for the year,$32,025,070 70
The last year of Mr.VanBuren's
"extravagant and wasteful"
administration, the expend
0 $27,863,475 41
So that the first year of Whig retrenchment will
result in an INCREASE of unwuiiViiw t fT.
tune of FOUR MILLIONS, ONE HUNDRED
SIXTY-ONE THOUSAND, FIVE HUN
DRED NINETY-FIVE DOLLARS.
The expenditures of next year are estimated by
the Secretary of the Treasury
at $32,791,010 78
The available revenue at - 18,572,410 10
Expenditures over and above
the revenue, $14,218,570 68
that an uproar was made by the Whigs, be
cause the expenditures of Mr. Van Buren's Ad
ministration for some years exceeded the current
The Secretary of the Treasnrv pstimntr tbe ex
penditures of the year 1842 at $32,791,010 78
ine expenditures oi Air. an
Buren's last year, were 37,863,745 41
So the second year of Whig
retrenchment is to be an in
crease of expenditure equal to $4,827,265 37
And first year's increase 4,161,595 29
total W hig retrenchment in two
years, an iucrease of $8,988,860 66
Loan authorized at the extra
Additional loan now proposed, 5,000 000
Making a National Debt of
Additional annual taxes imposed
on the people at an Extra Ses
sion, estimated by the Whigs
Further additons to the taxes
proposed by the Secretary of
the Treasury to meet the deficit
of 1842, and leave in the Trea
sury two millions of dollars,
Additional annual taxation,
So that at the end of the second year of Whig
retrenchment and reform, we are to have addition
al lares, exceeding ten millions of dollars, annually,
and a .Yalional Debt of Seventeen .Millions of
Five millions more are asked for, to put the
Fiscal Machine in motion, and eight millions to
purchase the right of using railroads, so that, if
the projects of the Administration be carried out,
we are to have at the end of the second year of
Whig reform, a National Debt of THIRTY MIL
LIONS OF DOLLARS !
" Huzza for Tippecanoe and Tyler too !"
Escape vf Prisoners. We learn by the Palmy
ra Whig, that two prisoners, David Scarlet and
Wm. Colbert, made their escape from the Marion
Count3", Mo., jail, on the 18th inst., by knocking
the jailer down while in the act of handing some
medicines to another prisoner, who was sick.
rjlIIE subscriber has opened a house of
Entertainment, at the Stone House on
the West side of the public square, in the
Town of Dowlin ' Green. He will do all in
his power to make his house the travellers
home, in its literally sense.
INOAll A I MAS.
Bowling Gret n, Jan. 29, 1 C42.-Gt.
22. & D. DRAPER,
HAVING their Ftore nd Warehouse conveniently
situated on llie river bank, offer their services to
the public in the shipment and sale of Tobacco and all
other produce, in which they flatter themselves they
can offer facilities at least equal to anv other house in
the place. They have made arrangements with an ex
tensive house in New Orleans, which will enable them
to make reasonable advances in cah on Tobacco ship.
ped through their house, and by which all shipments or
nroduca consigned to them, will be covered by policy
of insurance in New Orleans. The proceeds of all
shipments promptly paid over on receipt of the same, to.
get her with the ditTerenoe of exchange, when received
in Kastern funds, which will always be preferred when
to be obtained at reasonable rales.
Thev have on hand a good assortment of Dry l.ooda
and Groceries, all of which will be sold at reduced pri
ces fur cash, or to punctaal men on reasonable time.
January J9. 1842.3U
FINDING it necessary to call in his outstanding
dues, reniiests all those indebted to him by note or
account, to make payment without delay. Suits will be
brought in all canes, where this call is disregarded
and other arrangements are not made.
Bowling Green, Jan. B jIB-J-J.
"VTOTICE is hereby pven to all persons concerned or
11 interested in the estate of Jos. C. Epperson dee'd.,
that the undersigned Adra'r. of said deceased, will
a. o Annt Mtivmrnt of his accounts, of his adminis
tration of said estate, at the next February term of the
County Court of Klls county, in the state of Missouri,
to be begun and held at the Court Honse in the town of
. ., . . , 1 m 1-1 ,
New LOIiUOn on ine Ursi itiwmny I iranmj uri.
KUflfclH SLUrs, Aam r
Jan. 29, 1842. 4t
ALL persons indebted to me for Blacksmith wora,
iihr he note oraccount. are reauested to call
and pay the tame as I find it impossible to carry on
my business without malting collections, inouiu
iki. r,i.r nt he comnlied with, particularly by
those who have not mni!e payment for 3 or 4 years
past, they may fully calculate on having to pay ices
for the collection of the Sim.
Jan. 15, It JAMES M- MARTIN.
THE STEW GEXESEE FARMER.
The cheapest Agricultural Paper in the Un
ionOnly Firrr Cents a year, (in ad
vance.) Sixteen large pages monthly,
with cuts. J. J. Thomas & M. B. Bate
ham, Editors. David Thomas and others,
assistants. One Hundred Correspondents.
rTlHE flattering encouragement which the
New Genesee Farmer has received du
ring the past year, has convinced thc proprie
tors that the paper can be sustained in its
naiiw soil, and at its economical price; and
while the' express their gratitude for the as
sistance they have thus far received, they
would now, with renewed confidence, ap
peal to the friends of Agriculture in behalf
of the Second Volume. The paper is so
well known, and so highly approved, that it
is unnecessary to speak of its character,
further than to say, that it will not suffer by
a comparison with rny other paper of the
kind in the United States. Each successive
number has shown an increase of talent and
correspondents. It has received during the
past year, original communications from
ONE HUNDRED WRITERS, most of
whom are well known practical Farmers.
It also contains the most useful selec:ions
from other Agricultural journals, reports of
the Markets, dft.
The object of the New Genesee Farmer
is to advance the gteat interests of Agricul
ture and Horticulture M benefit the com
munity in general, and rarmers in particu
lar. Liperienee proves that it is well cal
dilated to promote this object: and there
fore it is the duty of every friend ol im
provement to extend its circulation, in order
that its influence may be felt throughout the
The friends of Agricultural Societies
should especially encourage this paper; for
unless farmers read an the subject, and get
their minds interested in thier profession, they
will not act elhcii nt!y for its ndvancement
I he Societies formed last year in western
New York, an J their fine exhibitions, have
already civen a new impulse to the cause in
this section of country; and it is confidently
expected that much more will be done the
The Second Volume conimrnced January
All Postmasters are requested to act as
Agents, and remit money to the publishers.
Address, I5ATEHAM &. CKOSMAN,
Feb. 3 Rochester, N. Y,
VS Saturday the 22d January next. I will
- sell on my farm, on Indian Creek, the
following described property, viz:
The well known Stallion Charles.
Household furniture, such us
Eurcau, Presses, Beds, Bedsteads, -c
Kitchen furniture, Farming utensils,
Horses, Cattle, and a variety of articles
too tedious to mention.
N. H. A credit of six months will be given
Jan. 8. SAMUEL C. FIELDER
VI. I. persons having claims against Joseph G .
Showalter, an in'olvent di-btnr, are hereby noti
fied that on the 12th day of March next atth rount
inr room of James V. U oth in the tiwn of Clarks
villr, the undersigned will proceed to liquidate and
ailju-t the demands s;ainstsaid Showalter, and pay
the same as far as assets haveenme to my himls.
WM. I'EXIX, Sheriff,
Jan. P, 2rn Pike County.
THE undersigned AflminiMratur ai d Administra
trix of the estate of Wm. tiibhs, deceased
late of Pike County Mo. hereby gives notice to all
concerned or in any way interested in said estate,
that the undersigned administrators will apply for a
final settlement of said estate at the next February
term of the Coui.ty Court of said county.
HARRISON NORTO.V, Adm'r.
LEAR GIIiBS, Administratrix.
Jan. fi. 1942 nt.
rilHE nnder'igned Executor of the estate of
M. Hugh II. Brown, deceased late of l ike county
Mo, hereby gives notice to all concerned, or in any
way interested in said estate, that tbe undersigned
Executor will make a final settlement of the
said estate at the next February term of the coun
ty court of said county, lr4'.
Jan. e 4t. JOlia sou 1 ll, fcxerntor.
HE undersigned administrator of the es
tate of Davi I Hudson, deceased, late
of Pike County Mo. hereby gives notice to
all creditors and others interested in said es
tate, tint he intends to make a final settle
ment of said estate, at the next February
term of the County Court of said County.
JOHN SOUTH, Adm'r.
Jan. 8, 1842-4'.
STATE OF MISSOURI,)
County of Pike.
In the County eonrt within and for said county of
Pike, at the November term thereof, I?4J to wit, on
the li I tli day of January, 14J, the following ap
pears as pait of the proceedings of said conrt.
IT n ordered that all persons irdrbteil to the coun
ty of Pike, for money loaned from the different
township school funds of said county, be notified
that uidess all interest due said funds be paid to the
County Treasurer, on or before the first day of the
next rebruary term of this court, that they will be
proceeded against for both principal and interest with
out delay. It is also onlereJ that all principals a
well as securities, who have become unable to pay.
or have removed from the limits of the county, be
notified that they wiH be required to renew their
bonds with additional security at the same time and
if not so renewed, they will alio be proceeded against
according to law. It is further ordered that this or
der ba published in some newspaper printed in this
coonty for three weeks successively, the last inser
tion to be before the first day of tbe next February
term of this court.
A true copy from the record. In testimo-
seal, y ny whereof I have hereunto set my band
w and affixed the seal of offioe, this 6taday or
Jan. B, 3. Ar H PUCKKER, CIcik.
JVTOTICK is hereby given that the nndersignect bit
VI taken out letters of Administration on the es
tate of James Love, deceased, from the Coaatr
Court, of Pike County bearing date the foeitu
oi January A. U. IS42; all persons, therefore who
have any claims arainst the estate of said deceased
are required to exhibit tbe same duly authenticated for
allowance, within one year from the date of said let
ters, or they may be precluded from having anv bene
fit of said estate, and if such claims are not preseat
ed within threo years they will be forever barred.
Jan. o, 1842 3t. MARY LOVE, Jl&m'TX.
John CIny, by Mathew R. Arnold bis Attorney in
fact. Isaac Clay, and Catharine Dosghlass, being av
part of the heirs and distributees of the Eitateof Ab
raham Clay deceased, do hereby Give kotici to
ueorge Jamison ana Mary bis wire, Abram Clay
William C. Rainey and Susan his wife, Thompson.
Butler and Ana his wife, Green Remington and Elis
abeth his wife. Green Clay, and Benjamin B. Brvaa
jr. Joseph T. Br an, Abram C. Bryan, Enoch Bryan,
Mary I.. Uryan, and John Bryan, the six last infanta
and children of Benjamin fi. Bryan, Sr. and Sarah,
his deceased wife, all heirs and distiibatees of the?
Estate of Abraham Clay deceased. That tkey Joba
Clay, Catharine Douglass, and Isaac Clay as afore
said will apply to the County Court,,witbin and for
the county of Montgomery and State of Misinori.
to be begun and held at the Conrt-Hoase ia Danville
on the first Monday of May 1842, on the 2nd. day of
said term, or as soon thereafter as bearing eaa be
nad fur an order of said Court, ta sell two slaves,
one a man named Bill, the other an old woman nam
ed Maria, belonging to the Estate of Abraham Clay
decease, cecansed an equal division of said slave
cannot be made in kind.
JOHX CI.AT, by
MATHEW R.ARNOLD, hia
Attorney in fact,
Dec. 4th 1R4I. 6t.
In the Liacoln Circuit Court, Missouri, October
CnARLEs Benxet, Complainant,) Bill id Chancery"
Msar Benxkt, IHfer, dant. J Divorce.
TVyOW, here comes the complainant by hit folici-J-l
tor, and on affidavit of said complainant, it"
appearing to the satisfaction of the conrt, that said
defendant is a non resident of tnis state. It is there
fore ordereJ by the Court, that said defendant b&
notified by a publication of this order, to be made in
some newspaper printed in thfs state, fur eight week
successively, the last insertion to be at least four
weeks before the commencement of the next March
term of the court, that the said complainant baa
filed in this conrt. bis bill of complaint against her
for a divorce from the bonds of matrimony. There
fore the said defendant is required to appear in tLisv
court, on the first day of the next term to be began
and beld it tbe Court House in the town of Troy, in.
and for said county of Liocoln, on tbe 3d Monday
in March next, and answer said bill of complaint, or
the same will be taken for ronfencd against her. -Huston
State of Missouri, )
County of Lincoln, " I, Francis Parker, Clerk of'
the Circuit t'ouit in and for said County of Lincoln,
certify, that the above is a tme copy of aa order front
the records of said Court, made at tbe October terns
. Given ondei my bar.d and the teal of said
Seal i Circuit Court, at office in the town of
v ' Troy, in and fur said County of Lincoln,,
this 13th day of November, 1841.
Not. 20 ft. FRANCIS PARKER, Clerk.
STATE OF MISSOURI, j
County of Warren.
In the County Conrt of said coonty November'
William Dremire, administrator of the estate of
Adolphus Shaburg, deceased, comet into court and
presents his petition setting forth that there ia not snfc
ficient personal estate of said deceased to pay hilt
debts, and praying for the sale of the real estate at
said deceased for the purpose of paying hia debtf.
which petition is accompanied by an exhihit of bia
administration according to the statute in that case
And thereupon, it is ordered by the conrt tbaC all
persons interested in said estate be notified that Unlesa
good cause to the contrary be shewn oa ot before
the first day of the next term of this court, an ordes
will be made to sell the south west quarter of the;
south west quarter of section number 21, in township)
number 43 of range number I west, containing 40
acres: and it is further ordered by said court that saiaT
administrator give notice of this application acearaV:
ing to law.
I, Joseph B. Wells, Clerk of theC. eortatorsaid,d
certify that the above n correctly copied
from the record of said court. In teitimtf-
ny whereof, I have hereunto set my band
and the seal of said court at office in the town of
Warrentnn, in said county, this 18th day of Novem
ber, 141. JOSEPH B. WELLS, Clerk.
Dec. 11, ITl at.
MY wife Mahala B. Hendrix, having left my
bed and board without just cause or provoca
tion all persons are hereby forewarned from harbour-,
ing or trusting her on my account, as 1 will pay no.
debts of her contracting. E. HENDRIX.
Nov. 13lhlS41. 3t.
"1 nimble sixpence belter than a stow shilling.'
TTAVIXG become thoroughly convinced
-"that the lone credit system is alite ruin--
ous to the merchant and his customers, we'
have determined to abandon it.
We design during the enscinsr year 16
keep constantly on hand a better assortment
of goods than we ever have tad, which Wo
intend to sell at sucn prices as will satisfy
our friends and the- public generally, that n
will be to their interest to adopt Uua m?tle of
Wheat, Oats, Hemp, Flax seed &c will
be taken in exchange for merchandise.
I. B. All persons who have unsettled
accounts of 1 840 with us may expect to find
them m the hands ot the proper officers for
collection, by the 10th of February 1842,
if not paid or otherwise arranged before that
CAMPBELL & CRANE.
Bowling Green, Mo., January 1st, 1842.
NOW in store and for sale 150 sacks G. A. Salt,
at a reduced price to close the lot-
Jan. 8, 1m. W. K. BURBBIDGE.
I WILL pay the market price for Pork, weighing
over two hundred, delivered at my warehouse.
in Louisiana, cash.
Jaa.8.1842. W. K. BURBRtOGf.