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SATURDAY, APIL, 9, 1842.
f"There will be preaching in the
Court House in this place on to-morrow,
commencing at 11 o'clock A. M., and
a meeting of the Moral Reform Associ
ation at the same place, commencing at
3 in the evening. A speech or two may
be expected on that evening, suitable t
the occasion. The opponents of the
cause are respectfully requested to at
tend, and if it is their wish, they shall
have an opportunity of giving their ob
jections, at length.
JjFor the satisfaction of our readers,
who have not had an opportunity of read
ing Southern papers, we give in to day's
paper, an account of the capture and suf
ferings of the expedition to Santa Fe;
written by Mr. Franklin Combs, one of
the sufferers, after lie was liberated and
bad returned home. - ... .
The accounts from Texas are fraught
with interest. It was thought a while
that the Mexican invasion was likely to
turn out a hoax; but the spirits of the
brave and chivalrous Texians are highly
elated with the prospect of an immedi
ate and decisive battle. The "Civilian
Extra," printed in Texas, of the 21st. of
March, states, from two sources, that
there was 9000 Mexicans marching up
on the lower country, by the Mattamo
ros road, and 12000 on the road to San
Antonio. The "Galveston Advertiser,"
of March 22, makes the most urgent
and pathetic appeal to the friends of
Texas in the U. States their promises,
past favors, their love of civil and reli
gious liberty, patriotism, philanthropy
and all that is good in the human heart is
calld upon in behalf of Texiar. liberty.
We imagine the call will not be invain
hundrcds of our young men will throw
down the implements of industry, gird
on their swords and take up the "line of
We some times hear men talk of the
benefits resulting from party spirit. The
most absurd notion in existence! If
there is any good growing out of it, the
evil is a thousand fold greater; conse
quently every lover of his country should
use hi best exertions tP suppress it in
fluence. It is said that the watchful eye
of party has a tendency to keep down
aristocracy, and to prevent republics
from growing into monarchies. Admit
ing this to be true, no attempt to en
flame and perpetuate it can be justified
while its natural and legitimate tendency
is to anarchy, confusion, wreck and ruin.
Those who feed and enflame it are cut
ting the sinews of the "right arm of pow
er," by which our lives, liberty and all
we hold dear on earth, is guarded and
protected. What possible good can result
from a division in the domestic circle?
It is as true as sacred writ, that a house
divided against itself cannot stand. A
gain, what benefit can be derived from a
neighborhood or community being ranged
in two parties? The inquiry may be ex
tened to a state or a number of states,
and the principle and the consequences
are the same. Domestic divisions al
ways have and always will tend to the
downfall of any people or government.
The history of nations will teach us that
internal discord is more potent in over
turning thrones and subverting govern
ments than all external causes combined.
The influence of party leaders, and am
bitious aspirants is more to be dreaded,
by the people of this happy republic, than
the allied powers of Europe and all sav
age nations. If we would eherish and
protect the "tree of our liberty" we
must lay aside all personal and petty con
siderations and hoist a banner, inscribed:
'TO OCR COOWTKY."
What a "snarl" the St Louis editors
have got into! no two of them it ap
pears can agree. "Whigs," "Demo
crats," "Real Whigs," "Loco Focos,"
"Fedralists," "Simon pures, ""Natives,"
"Anti-Natives," "Abolionists," "Anti
Abolitionbts," "Washingtonians," and
"Drunkards,", all twisted together like
a mess of eels.
Attention is called to a notice in this
nreekj paper requesting the young men
of this section of country, to meet on
Saturday next for the purpose of con
certing measures fur the assistance of
Texas, who U now engaged in a fearful
straggle Tor' ber independence. -We
learn that several young men in our
town, are ready to embrace the cause of
Texian liberty. All those feeling an in
terest injthe matter, will do well to turn
Hon. Jon J. Cmtteicdeit, has been
elected to the United States Senate, to
fill the vacancy occasioned by the resig
nation of Henry Clary.
Our Congressional, Legislative and
Council halls are becoming daily more
frequently disgraced by riots, fisticuffs,
blood shed and murder. The represen-
I tatives of the people, instead of going
to their several stations, armed with vir
tue, intelligence, solid sense and hon
esty g loaded down with swords-canes,
dirks, pistols and bowie-knifes. These
remarks have been called forth by a
notice of a murder lately committed in
the council of Wisconsin. Charles P.
Arndt was shot with a pistol, by James R.
Vineyard, in the House, both members
of the Council at the time. Violent
party spirit has a strong tendency to
send men to such places, who had far
better be sent to the Penitentiary.
In our Bank note table we give the
state of the currency in St. Louis, up
to the latest dates quoted from the
The appointment of Dr. Read, as Sur
veyor General of 111., and Missouri,
has been confirmed by the Senate.
CThc Index says, President Tr
i.F.a, has recommended the repeal of
the Land Distribution Bill.
FOR THE RADICAL.
TEXAS ! TEXAS ! ! TEXAS ! ! !
The young men of Pike and the ad
joining counties, are requested to as
semble at the Court House in Bowlimr
Green on Saturday the 16th inst for the
purpose of forming a company favorable
to the cause of Texian independence,
and to march immcditely to the aid of
that infant republic. The public gen
erally are requested to attend. Addresses
will be delivered by several gentlemen
on the occasion, and contributions soli
cited to aid in the chivalrous enter
prise. Mast Youso Men.
FOR THE RADICAL.
Upon an examination of a solution
given by Mr. J. A. Reading of Gras
sy Creek of a question proposed by P.
A. C. of Guinns Creek, in one of your
late papers, 'I am led to believe if I un
der standany thing about Matthematics
or Bull-pen-playing, that he has fallen
far short of a true solution of the ques
tion. I understand the question to de
mand how for the play -ground must be
from each boy, and in what time they
would meet. (He) J. A. Reading, has
given neither the time nor distance. I cer
tainlydo not understand his solution if I
understand thequcstion,andI cannot mis
understand so plain a proposition. I
will give the outline of my work below
for the consideration of your intelligent
readers and I should be much gratified
if you would give it a place in your
C 40. 770 ti. C's d. 126 2 3 je Vi d B
Time 17 minutes 30 Sec.
The Democrats of Lincoln County are
remiested to meet at the Court House
in the town ofTrov, on Wednesday, the
20th of April, 1842, for the purpose oi
expressing a preference for amember o
Congress from this part ol the Estate.ana
instructing the delegates to the Stata
Convention, or appointing others a
may seem best-
From the N. O. Prices Current
NEW ORLEANS MARKET.
March, 23d. 1842.
Tv-n a rTM Sinoa our review of
KjLi-f-" rr l
last Saturday morning, the Tobacco
. i !..nl te mnintflin tllA
market tias commu -
same quiet, and inactive cuaiuuic.
.l ihr havinir been verv
uien uum-cu, ci
little inquiry from any class of pur-
chasers, or lor sj -"""r'"
Tobacco, though so far as the de
mand has extended, it has again been
l- a- r- .L finer nnallties. 1 he
cmeny ior -1 , r
quantity on sale has been limited for
the past three aays, um
during that period have amounted to
v . 1 . .i ..'.11 rn hp
1512 hogsheads, mem ...
more offering. In the transactions
since our last, some concessions are
said to have been made in the rates
for crossed, though we have not felt
warranted in making any change in
our previous quotations, which are,
for ordinary lots, 2J for X , 4 a 44 for
seconds, and 5 a 54 for firsts; f lir
lots 21, 4 and 51; fine lots 21, 41a
41 and 51, selections 3 a 34, 5 and 6
cents. The sales embrace only a
bout 250 hhds, and we give the par
ticulars as follows, viz: 30 hhds, of
which 15X at 21 7 do at 21. d sec
onds at 41, and 4 firsts at 51: 129
hhds, of which. 57 at 21 49 at 41, and
22 at 51; 32 hhds, of which, 9 at 2,
8 at 21, S at 21.7 at 41: 19 hhds. sec
onds and firsts at 41 and 44; 16 hhds
at 21, 41 a 44, and 54; 6 hhds selec
tions at 5 a 6 cents. Cleared since
the 1 8th instant, for Cadiz 571 hhds,
Marseilles 47, Hamburg 394, Ports
mouth (Eng.) and a market 555. cork
and a market 50, Havre 700, Hali
fax 4 hhds together, 2321 hhds.
Slock in warehouses and on ship
board 4919 hhds.
STATEMENT OF TOBACCO.
1S41, Sept. 1, Stock on hand,- - hbdi, 1956
Receipt! last three days, ... 1512
previously, 14310 10322
- - 2331
Exports last three days, -"
previously, - - -
Stock on hand, 4919
FLOUR. Prices still range the
same as we have quoted them for
some weeks past say $5 a 5 1 21
for superfine, though as tl e receipts
are limited holders of good lots in
flat boats are rather more firm, and it
is not easy to obtain such parcels at
.$5 per barrel. Indeed we tinder
stand that a small fraction more has
been offered for some considerable
lots for export. There is not much
activity in the demand, however, ;nd
the transactions of the past three
days have reached but a moderate
extent. Arrived since lCih instant,
2 1 CO bbls. Cleared in the same time.
ITJUrv. The Market continues
exceedingly dull, and only verv limit
ed sales can be affected, at a further
decline in Mess. Our quotations are
fur Clear 9 50, Mess .8 a 8 25,
Prime 6 a 6 25. Bulk Pork is aUo
very dull at 21 cents & lb. for hog
round. Arrived during the last three
days, 4086 bbls., and 10,000 lbs. in
BREF. We continue former quo
tations say for Western .Mess ,10
75 a &1 1 per bll.,do- in half bbls. .$,'5
50 a SC. Prime A 6 a Nt5 50 per hid.,
do. in' half bbls." $5 50 a AC, Prime
&6 a $fi 50 per bbl. At these rates,
however, there is very little business
doing, as the demand is extremelv
j limited, though the stock is not heavy.
Arrived during the last three days,
BACON. The supply of un-coun-
: try Bacon has considerably increased
wi hin the past few dava, and as
there is only a limited demand, pri
ces have given way a little. We
now quote Hams at 44 a 5 cents.
Sides 34 a 1, Shoulders 24 cents per
lb. Arrived during the pat three
days, 849 casks.
LARD. The absence of any con
siderable export demand renders the
market for this article exceedingly
dull, and it is now dilficult to obtain
5 cents per lb., even for limited lots
of the best description. We how
ever, continue to quote at 4 a 5 cents
per lb, for extreme qualities. Arri
ved during the last throe days, 1076
bbls. and 1541 kegs.
GRAIN. No material change has
taken place in prices, and we still
quote shelled Corn, in sacks, at 371 a
39 cents per bushel. Oats, in sacks.
35 a 30 cents, do. in bulk 30 a 33
cents prr bushel, the market being
dull for all descriptions.
Nearly every toper in Columbus,
Ohio, is reformed, one man who
three months ago was a drunken sot.
drank up all his earnings, and his wife
and children had not been to church
in two years for want of decent
clothes, came to the Temperance
meeting 'and brought all his family
with him comfortably dressed bring
ing his children forward to the light,
he called on his drunken comrades
to look: Says he, "You never saw
my children before with a shoe on
their feet, or a dud on their bnck
sufficient to cover their nakedness:
now see how comfortably they are
clothed; see how comfortobly my
wife looks; she is not ashamed of me
now God bless her I am proud
of her." While he named his chil
dren's shoes, a little girl close by
spoke out. "See me got new shoes,
Ma's got a new shawl, and Mr. is
making Will a new coat." The scene
was most affecting.
We are authorized to announce Thos.
Cash, as a Candidate for the office of
Assessor at the next August Election.
We are authorized to announce James
A.Robbins, as a candidate for Constable
for Cuivre Township, at the ensuing
We are authorized to announce O.
S. Jewsigns, as a Candidate for Consta
ble for Cuivre Township at the ensuing
2Ef"We are authorized to announce
Joel M. Weathebford as a candidate
for Constable for Cuiver Township at
the next August Election.
22s W e are authorized to announce
Thomas H. Harris, Esq. as a candidate
for the Sheriffalty in Lincoln County
at the next August Election.
In the Circuit Court of Lincoln
County, Missouri March Term,
Wilson Barker Comp't, aQ
vs. I ; 3
W ii.uam Wilson and f g
David Turnham, Defen'is J 3
JVOW here comes the complainant
by his Solicitor, and it appear
ing to the satisfaction of the Court,
that the defendant David Turnham
is anon-resident of this State. It is
thereupon ordered by the Court, that
said defendant Turnham be notified
by a" pnbtication of this order, to made
in some newspaper printed in this
State, for eight weeks sucessively, the
last insertion to be at leTst" four
weeks before the next July Term of
tnis court, that said complainant has
filed his bill of complaint against him
and William Wilson lo set aside the
title of said Wilson, made to him by
said Turnham in and to the S. W. 4
of theS..W. quarter of Section 23
T. 50, R- y E. of the 5th principal
meridian, in Lincoln county Mo. and
to invest the title thereof in said com
plainant. Therefore the said David
Turr.ham is required to appear in this
Court, on the first day ol ti e next
term, to be begun and held at the
Court House in the town of Troy in
and for Lincoln county, on the theird
Monday in July next, and answer
said bill of Complainant, or the some
will be taken for confessed against
him. A true copy.
Test. F. PARKER, Clerk.
April 9, 184 2.-8 w.
In the Circuit Court of Lincoln Coun
ty Missouri March Term, 1842.
Sinar Johnston, by her next friend.
A. J. GoRnANComp't. Bill in
Wm. John;. ton, Defen't. J fordivorce
"JVTOW here comes the complainant
by her Solicitor, and it appering
t'i the satisfaction of the Court that
ihe t!cfend;int is a non resident of
this State. It is thereupon ordered
by the Court that said Defendant be
notified by a publication of this order
to be made in some newspaper prin
ted in this State, for eight weeks suc
cessively, the last insertion to be at
least four weeks before the next Ju
ly term of this Court, that said Com
plainant has filed her bill of com
plaint atrainst him for a divorce from
the bonds of matrimony. Therefore
the said William Johnston is required
to appear in this Court, on the first
day of the next term to be begun
and held at the Court House in the
town of Troy, in and for Lincoln
county. Mo., on the third Monday in
July next, anil answer said bill of
complaint, or the same will be taken
for confessed against him.
A true copy.
Test. F. PARKER, Cieik.
rTlHE undersigned will offer at pub,
lie sale nt the Court House in
Bowling-Green, Tike county Mo. on
the second dny of the next May
Court, to the highest bidder, a likely
Negro girl, in her 16lh year, on a
credit of 12 months, the pbrcbaser
giving bond with approved security.
W. II. LONG.
April 9th 1812. 3t.
STATE OF MISSOURI,
v Coootr of Pike.
In the Pike Circuit Court Missouri.'
February term, 142.
David Curry, Conip't "1
vs ill in Chancer By.
George Stone, Defn't J
You the said defmclniit, are hereby noti
fied that at the Inst term the said com
plainant, by G. Porte his solicitor, filed
his bill accompanied by his affidavit that
you are a non resident of this State, to
obtain the specific execution of a contract
in writingexecoted- by jou for the sa'o to
him of the following described land, lying
in said county. Tit: E. I of N. W. qr. S.
10 T 53 R 4 West; the west 1-2 of N E 1 1
S 15 T 53 R 4 W. Tbe W i of N w qr S
0--Sv J of N Eqr Section 5 and the
South East fourth of N w fourth Section 9
T53 R 3 west, containing in all '31 acres
Ami it is ordered that you the said de
fendant be and appear before the said court,
ou the first day of its next term, to be be
gno end held at the Court House in Bowling
Grven in snid county no tbe forth Monday
of June next, and answer said bill, or the
same will be take nas confessed, and the
prayertbereof will be decreed accordingly!
and it is ordered that a copy of this order
be published in some newspiper in this
State for eight weeks successively, the last
insertion to be at least four weeis before
tbe commencement of tbe next term of this
court, to which said cause is continued.
A true copy from the record.
Attest. S. P. ROBINSON, Clerk .
March, 26th, 1842 8w. ,
List of Letters.
T 1ST of letters remaining in the
- Post Office at BowlingGreen on
the 31st day of March 1 842, which
if not taken out within three months
will be sent to the General Post Office
as dead letters.
Mary Ann Bran-
Major Bark well,
Wm. J. Brown,
Amdrew S. Love
Edwin A. Lay,
R. A. Long,
Mrs. Ann King,
Newton M'Daniel, Adam Branstetter
Joshua C. Moore, Wm. Crockett,
Mrs. Mary Moore, Peleg Colvin,
Robt. T. Martin, Joseph Casler,
James McPike, Walker K. Cald
N. P. Minor, well,
Joseph Ewen. G. Porter,
Miss Nancy Ful- Sam'l. Phtrr,
lerton C. J. Pettiborie,
Jane Farmer, Silas Rhea,
John M. GrafTort, Rob't. Summers,
WiUon Holladay John Sisson,
Wm. M. Hoobs, M. Schooler,
Abram Hoob. Reuben P.Strother,
John Jones, Wm. J. Sisson,
Robert Y. Jones, S. Thompkins,
Mrs. A. Jones, W. II. Williams.
II. G. EDWARDS, P. M.
April, 2d, 1842 3t
I. N. BRYSGN, &C0.
HAVE just receired per. Steimer ELI
ZA direct from JfEW ORLEJlKS
STJGAK, COFFEE, TEA,
Loaf Sugnr, Spices, Pepper, Dye Stuffs,
Molisses, Tir, Mackerel, Sperm-Candle,
Naili Wines, &c. &.C. Which they will
sell low for
or to pnoctuul men. AdTiocei of the above
tlhe lowest CASH prices will be ruide on
1 obucco for Shipment .
Lotmiam, April, 3d 142.
STATE OF MISSOURI,
County Court, February Term, 1S42.
Darid P. Hubbard Admisistrator of the
Estate of Benjamin llutchesoii, Jr. dee'd
comes into Court and presents his petition
setting forth that there is not sufficient
personal estate of said deceased to pay his
debts, and prajing for the sale of the real
estate ol taul deceased, fur tbe purpose
of paying id debts, which said petition is
accompanied by an exhibit of bis admin
itration according to law, and thereupon,
it is ordered oy ine court that all persons
luteresteu in said estate be notified that on
le.s good cause to the contrary be shown
on or before the fir.t day ef the next term
of tins C ourt, an order will be made to sell
the South East quarter ef South Eastquir
terof Section No. 31, and the South West
qr. of South West qr. of Section No. 32,
both m Towaship No. 47 of Rnnge No. I
West, and each tract containing 40 acres.
or so much thereof as will be sufficient
to pay the debts of saiddeceased. And
it is further ordered by said Court that said
Administrator giro notice of this applica
tion according to law.
STATE OF MISSOULI,
Warren Coanty. SS
I, F.li Carter, Clerk of the County Court
within and for the county aforesaid docirtify
that the befare is correctly copied from the
records of said (.ourt.
, , CiTen under my hand and the
4 tea). - st-l of said Court, nt office in said
, ' County this 26, day of February,
IS I '.
ELI CARTER, Clerk.
April 2d. 1S42.-61.
STATE OF MISSOURI,)
touuiy oi warren. )
In the Warren Circuit Court Match Term
Henry Justus, Petitioner. "1 Pelitionfor
Sophia Justus, Defendant
To Sophia Justus, the above named de
fendant . Take notice that a petition has
been presented to said Court sitting as a
Court of chnncery at the aforesaid Term,
which petition is verified by the affiduvit ol
aid petitioner, stating thatyonarea non res
ident of the state aforesaid. The object
and general nature of which petition is to
attain for snid petitioner a divorce from
the bands of matrimony contracted by him
with you ''said di f. nHnnt," and that said
Court has ordered that unless you appeariog
said Court at its aext Term to be begun
aud held at the Couit House in said county
on tbe second Monday of next July, and
ens er said petition according to law,' the
same will be taken for oonfeised ogaiust
l e t. ELI CAiiTEK, Cle k-
Joseph H. Wells, solicitor for petitioner.
April 2d 142, f.t.
TATE OF MISSOURI, I
Count v of Pike. i
In tbe Pike Circuit Court Court, Mis
souri, rebruary term, 1 34 J.
Nicholas Murray anil wife, Plfft. "S a
Heirs of John Owens Defs. I
NOW at thi day tbe said petitioners pres
ent their petition to the court, the
nature and object of which is, that Joha
Owen decrased, siexed of 160 acres ol
land. lying io the oounty of Tike, ou wt.kh
power has been assigned to bis widow, and
at the title of said land vested in the said pe
titioner Hester &. ia thedefeod. nt, William
Emily and Dulcina Owens, and John, Berry
C, Richard and Talitha Owens, the last four
of whom are none residents of this State,
and that the title of all said parties iosaid
and is now vested in said John Owens, ex
cept toat of the, aid Hester, William and
Emily, and praying parition of said land
according to the rights theof parties.
Yoh the said none resident defendants,
de notified that unless you be and appear
before the said court, on ibe first day of
the next term, to be begun and bed at the
Court House in Bowling Green, oa the
foiith Monday in June next, and antwertke
said petition the lame will be taken ascon-
fessed against yea, and that this ord er ba
published according to law. And this
cause is continued.
A true copy of the order.
Test. S. P. ROBINSON, Clerk.
March 26th. 1642. 8t
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
For the District of Missouri.
In the matter of Daniel F. Stark. On
thti 19(h day of March 1842, Daaiol P.
Stark, filed his petition in tho District CoartY
for the benefit of the Bankrupt law; whira-
npon, it is ordered, that the Otb day Of
June next be set for the bearing- said peti
tion in taidCourt, at the City of Jefferson,
when and where all interested may attend
an,d show cause, if any they have, why
the prayer of the petitioner should not ba
rest, JASON HARRISON, Clerk.
Jon J. Slosion, Sol.
April 2d 1842 8t.
DISTRICT COL'RT OF THE UNITED
For the District of Missouri.
In tba matter of Arthur Hern. On tht
19th day of March 1842, Arthur Hrtl
Sled his petition in the .District Conrt, for
the benefit of the Bankrupt law; Where:
upon, it is ordered, that lb 6th day of June)
next be set for tbe hoarinc said petitioa ia
said court, at the City of Jefferson, when
and where all interested may attend, and
show cause, if any they bare, why the pray
r of the said petitioner should aot not bav
Test. JASON HARRISON Clerk.
Joh J. Slossou Sol.
April the 2d, 1842-
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
For the District of Missouri.
In tbe matter of John L. JeneC- On
the 19th -lay of March 1842, John U.
Jones, filed his petition in the District
Court, for the benefit of the Bankrupt law t
Whereupon, it is ordered, that tba 6th dar-
of June next be set for tbe hearing said pe.
tiiion in said Court, at the City of JeffertOoK
when and where all interested may atteodt.
and show cause, if any they have, why
the piayer of the petitioner should aofc
Teat, JASON HARRISON, Clerk.
Jon.t J. Slossox, Sol.
April 2d, 1842, fit.
fVTOTICE is hereby given that the Jul
slrtl dersignedhas taken out letters, of AoV
ministration on the estate of Margaret Hillav
decd. from the Ralls connty Court, bearing
date the 1 lib day or March, 1842, All
tbe estate of said deceased, are required
to exhibit the same duly authenticated for
allowance, within one year? from tba data'
of said letters, or tbey maybe precluded
from having any benefit of laid estate and
if such claims are not presented withia
three yean they will be forever barred.
DAVID MILL, Adm'r.
March 20th 1942. 3t.
There will be an exhibition of
fine horses in the Town of Ashley, is
Pike County Ma. on Saturday the
1 Cth day of April 1842, we invite all
those that have Stallion to attend
and the Colt raisers in particular.
April 9th, 1842 It.
I propose to publish in this city,
Weeklv paper under the above title
devoted lo the cause of Temperanee,
as soon as a sufficient number of sub
scirbers are obtained to justify it
The paper will be printed 00
sheet of "medium" size, and will bw
issued on Saturday after neon of each
week, and delivered or mailed to tub
scribers at I per year, payable? al
ways in advance. No paper wrll, in
any instance, be sent or delivered,
unless thus paid for, as the low price
at which it is published will Sot jus
tify any credit.
Two pages will be devoted to the
cause which the paper is to advocate.,
and the residue to advertisements and
current news, omitting politics most
scrupulously. A pi ice current and.
liank iNote iable wiH be inserted
regularly. The assitanee of compe
tent gentlemen will be obtained to
I will endeavor (o commen.ee it
within the next two or three weeks,
but certainly not later than th tst
march the 26, 1 842. V. Ecus.
Bank note Table.
Bank of Missouri. . . .
. 7 promt
do do Branches.
Bank of Illinois. . .
City Warrants. . . ,
Bank of Cairo. . . . .
. . - par
Miners' Bank of Debuque 5 dis.
Wisconsin Marine Insuranoe Co. 1 dis.
Bank of Mineral Point. . no sale.
State Bank of Illinois. .... 50 dis.
Ohio, country, generally. . . . par..
Cincinnatti. ..... . . 8 to 10 preasw
State Bank of Indiana. . . . 5 M
Kentuchy Banks. . . . . 10
United States Bank Notes. , 50 dis.
Maryland . . .10 pttm.
Virginia Banlis. ... 5
N. Y.and N. England Banks. 10 to 12"
r. u. ifenks, Iaree bills. . .7 to 8
Arkansas Bank. . . . .50 disv.
Michigan Banks, trenerallv. . . no sale.
Tennessee. . . . . . . S dis.