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Spain. !f. Camba, Minister of
Marine, has resigned. The regent
hai named Gen. Rodil to be Minister
of War, with authority to form a
Ministry of which he should be the
President. At the last date no minis
try was formed. Spain is just now
in n distracted state.
Portugal. Accounts are receiv
ed from Lisbon to June 7. There
had been a general election throuch-
outthe kingdom, the result of which
was decidedly favorable to the Gov
rnment. From India. The overland Mail
from Bombay to the 4th of March.
The intelligence, on the whole, is fa
vorable to the si ccess of the British
forces. The troops have re entered
Akhbar Khan, with his 6.000 men.
who was blockading Jpllalnhnl, was
completely routed by Gen. Sale.
Tint East. Letters received from
Constantinople, dated C7th April, an
nounce that a meeting of theenvovs
of the ereat powers in the Turkish
capitol had bpen followed by a visit
on the part of Biron Siurmer to the
Grand Vizier, to remonstrate with
him on the maintainance in power of
Omar Pasha. The izier remained,
liowever. perfectly unmoved. A
previous lettpr from Constantinople,
dated the 25th ult.. slates that the la
test advices from Persia are of a sat
isfactory nature. The Sc.hah had
formally abandoned nil intention of
encouraging: the AfTLdians bv a march
of troops towards Ilerit. The Rus
sians are clso said to have behaved
with good faith in that quarter. In
telligence has been received in Con
stantinople l'nt si British regiments
bad reached Cnndahar.
The negotiations rnardin Syria
are still in statu quo. Little is known
of Cireasia at Constantinople, com
munications beinz cut off by the
blockade; but it was reported that
the Rus-ians were losrn ground.
By advices from Alrvindria to the
25th of April we have received the
most disastrous intelligence from Sy
ria to the 19:h. About 5000 Alba
nians had landed at Be v rout, and com
mitted the most terrible excesses.
Omar Paha had seizd treachoulv
another Druse chieftain. The Pnnes
muster 5000, and the Maronites 25.
O00 fishting men. and it is not thought
that Omar will succeed in disarming
The plague was ngiin on the in-
COXGKESSIOS A Li.
Iii the Senate, on the 7ih. the reso
lution of Mr. Bagby, ol Alabama, in
structing ihe Committee on Indian
AfTiirs to make inquiries as to nion
paid to John Ross for removing Indi
an, and hi contracts with the Gov
ernment, was a iopted.
The bill further supplementary to
n ct entitled "an act to establish!
the judicial courts of the United
States, passed the 24th September;!
1789,'" was passed. The next hour
was given to distiict business, and
bills were passed to an engrossment
to incorporate the National Institute
for the promotion of Science, and
for the erection of an insane hospital
in the City of Washington.
The bill to establish Itcm-clia! Jus-i
tux throughout the United States
wa then taken up, and thed.iy near
ly devoted to the subject.
In the Senate on the 0:h, there was
a considerable debate on the right of
the Senate to entertain the bills intro
duced in relation to the Revenue
Mr. Wood berry admitted it was out
of order if no Revenue laws were
in force, but it was his opinion that
the law of 1833 was in force. Mr.
Phelps was willing that the bills might
go to a Committee, in order that the !
auestion of riiht might be reported
upon. Mr. Crittenden opposed the
reference on the ground that these ,
were clearly Revenue laws, and the
were Licanj i -i..
Senate had no constitutional right to ,
Mr. Phelps, to put a stop to the , the setllement of one at least of the
debate, moved to lay the motion (for , Uons bclween Great Britain and the
leave to introduce) on the table; ;nited states to have been found so dif
which motion prevailed ayes 25, . ficult as t0 ieavc a doubt whether it can
noes 17; and so it ended. jDe considered probable.
The Remedial Justice Bill passed, Which of the parties, principals or ac
afteran animated debate between I cessories, isindisposed to a reasonable
Messrs. Baeby, Berrien, Culthbert, j compromise 'of the difficulty referred to,
Wright and Calhoun. we are not informed, but if the nego-
The House went again into Com-1 tiation should on this account eventually
mittee of the Whole on tho state of Tall through, a heavy responsibility will
the Union, and took up the bill from not fail to rest, in the opinion of the
the Committee of Ways and Means !
for providing an adequate revenue fo.
Messrs. Gvvin, of Miss., Brewster
and Davis of N. Y. spoke in favor
of Free Trade Messrs. Stuart of
Va., Morris of Ohio and Stanley of
N. C. in favor of protection
THE Subscriber withe to purchase from
two to three hind red Ihoannd weight
cf toow tobaaco, for which he will py fair
pricei. lie baako constantly on hand at
it aaannfaetory in Prairierille, manufHCtnr
d tobacco of all description, from 15 to h5
U per pound which ha will ell low at
wholesale or retail. He hat alio on hand u
opply of iron and ateel, which he it telling
very low for con.
GEO. W. TH0RMONP.
Eeb. 5, IH1. tf.
Bowling Green,. July 23, 1842.
"Middleton" shall appear next week,
IrBy last night's mail we learn that
the Miners' Bank of Dubuque has sus
pended again. It is also said that the
St. Louis Gas Light Company cannot pay
a Din oi $o in good funds. S. B. Curch
ill has been appointed Post Master in St.
Louis, m place of T. Watson, Esq.
Louisiana Election. The Picayune
of the 10th inst. says: "The returns
come in slowly, but enough is already
known to render it certain that Mr.
Mouton lias been elected." The returns
as far as received, give Mouton, (the
Democratic candidate,) a majority of one
thousand six hundred and fifty-one.
Harvest. The harvest season has
thus far been unusually propitious, and
the happy husbandman is gathering in
the bounteous gifts of Him, who has said
that the seed time and the harvest shall
no more fail.
Pekjsvllss. The N.York Express
says "Up to the 17th of May, it was
ascertained that 10,000 emigrants had
not one shilling each left on his arrival.
But as a set offto this, we may mention
that a widow woman with three children
arrived in one of the ships, and had
$10,000 about her person."
"Come up and Sign tbe Pledge."
The Missouri Republican says that three
yards of names were subscribed to the
"Clay Pledge" in St. Louis, in one day.
We had thought the Whig party would
not be satisfied with the "Pledge" all on
one side again. They should at least re
quire one yard of Mr Clay for every
three of theirs, and even then they might
catch " a Rowland for an Oliver."
Treaty with England. The New
York American of the 5th inst. says: A
highly important report, and which vc
have reason to think well founded, reach
ed the city this morning from Washing
ton. It is, substantially, that Mr. Web
ster and Lord Ashburton had finally
agreed upon all the points in discussion
between the two countries, and that a
treaty was drawn up and ready for sig
nature, and would be signed yesterday
uemg me no cay ol Juiy. Ihe ISorui-
eastern Bundary is settled by ceding to
Great Britain the territory north of the
St. John's, and by Great Britain ceding
to the United States the strip between
our present Eastern boundary and the
St. John's river, including the city of
Frederictow n, now the seat of Govern
ment of the British provinces of New
Brunswick, and of course the navigation
of the river to the sea. To this arrange
ment New Brunswick was very averse,
but high considerations have prevailed,
and a settlement that must be deemed by
the U. States honorable and satisfactory
in a high degree, has been effected. As
to the details cr other points w e are
In the National Intelligencer of the
8th, appears the following, contradictory
of the statement which appeared in the
N. York American of the 5th.
The British Negotiation. Con
siderable sensation was produced in N.
York, on Tuesday evening last, by a re
port which found its way into the 'Ame
rican' of that city, the substance of which
was, that Mr. Webster and Lord Ash
burton had finally agreed upon all the
noints in discussion between the two
countries, and that a treaty was drawn
up and ready for signature, &c.
Most happy should we be to know
that there was . sufficient ."t'on for
this report. W e arc afraid that the news
not or.lv nremature, but there is a pos-
Fc , ' . a . rilfi at re
SlUllliy vi ita -j, r- -
a. o t!'r T-n mor r Tin
world, upon theintracp-
Rhode Island. me a. ior r.e
beian of the 8th inst. says, a large num
ber of the prisoners in the hands of the
Royalists of Rhode Island, have been ex
amined and many committed for trial.
They are principally farmers, mechanics,
and laborers. George Eddy, son of the
Lieut. Gov. under the People's Consti
tution, has been sent to prison to await
his trial for treason. Boys from 14 to 18
years of age have been arrested as reb
els, one lad only ten years old has been
committed to prison in Providence, for
trason. On the 4th inst- Gen. T. F.
Carpenter, who has been twice the Dem
ocratic Candidate for Governor of (ha
state was put into prison. The Norwich
News informs us, upon unquestionable
authority, that fifteen prisoners are con
fined in one cell, the size of which is
only 8 by 14 feet. For want of proper
j food, air and treatment, many of them
are sick, i he cholera morbus has bro
ken out amonjr them, and two, Gen.
Sprague and Mr. Smith of Gloster,
have died, neither of whom had takeu
up arms against the King Government.
On the 5th, martial law was declared to
be no longer in force. The Providence
Herald of the 6th says many persons
have been imprisoned without being
charged with any offence whatever. Ty
ranny reigns supreme.
Messrs. Editors: You will please
announce George T. Ashiicrn, Esq.,
of Salt River Tow nship, as a Candidate
for the office of County Justice, for Pike
County, at the ensuing August election.
In making this announcement, we beg
leave to say to those citizens of the
County who are not acquainted with
Mr. Ashburn, that he has been a resi
dent of the county for twenty years or
upwards is a substantial, industrious
farmer, a man of sund judgment, of un
wavering and undoubted integrity, and
of very respectable education and quali
fications, in every essential particular.
He has acted several years as a justice of
the peace, with satisfaction to the com
munity; and we have every assurance
that a little experience, (which all the
present candidates will requre,) will
enable him to fill the office with ability
and advantage to the public. In addition
to the above reasons, Mr. Ashburn is
the only candidate in the whole northern
and eastern portion of the county, and we
consider it essential to the various inter
ests intrusted to the County Court, that
the members thereof should, as nearly as
possible, be elected from the different
sections of the county.
To the Vnters of Pil-. Ccnntij:
Fellow Citizens: As it may not be
crencraiiy known to you that my nase
has heretofore been announced as a can
didate for the office of County Judge, I
take this occasion to have it again placed
before you as one of the candidates for
tion. I do not consider it at all necessa
ry for me, in placing my name before
you, to make any special promises in the
event cf my election. Should it be my
good fortune to be one among those who
arc selected to discharge the important
duties connected with the office, I will
only say that I shall endeavour to act im
partially and promptly, and with due re
gard to the rights and interests of all
concerned. II. G. EDWARDS.
July 2.1d, 18-52.
Pike Farm, July 21st, 1842.
To the Voters of Vikn County:
Having been frequently solicited to
become a candidate to represent, in part,
this County in the next Legislature, I
have uniformly told my friends that I did
not wish to be elected, that I had no po
litical aspirations whatever to gratify,
nevertheless, if the people of the county
thought proper to elect me, I should feel
it my duty to serve them to the utmost
of my abilities. This I say now, but at
the same time I desire and ask of my
friends, not to vote for me, but to cast
your votes for the candidates now before
you, soliciting your suffrages. This
much seems due from me to the gentle
men who are now canvassing the county.
JOHN W. DAVIS.
Houston papers to the 4th inst.
furnish the tollowing intelligence:
"Agreeably to the proclamation of
President Houston, Congress has con
vened at Houston. Oa the 20ih ulti
mo the President delivered his Mes
sage to that body. It is a plain docu
ment, written with perspicuity, and
is principally confined to a statement
ol the embarrassed state of the na
tional treasury. The President is
for disposing of the public lands as
the most prompt way of meeting the
financial exigency. After briefly re
viewing the incursions of the Mexi
cans, and his own course relative to
the preparations for an offensive war,
he submits the whole matter to the
discretion of Congress, recommend
ing especially to ttieir favorable no
tice the national navy.
The Galveston Civilian makes the
"Nations as well as individuals are
at times transported by anger or en
thusiasm, and do things which in their
cooler moods condemn as useless or
injurious. President Houston has
been censured by many for neglect
ing to avail himself of the late excite
ment to invade Mexico, and thus
commit the country,too far to recede,
to a war in which, ia its more com
posed and thinking hours it is not dis
posed to engage. War, it is true, de
pends much lor its success upon the
feeling with which it is waged; but
leeung aione can do nothing. On the
field of battle it may be well to forget
every other consideration in the de
sire for victory; hut prudence is said
to be thp better part of valor, and it
is the part of u skillful General to
ihink for those entrusted to his care,
and restrain their impetuosity when
it is likely to involve them in ruin or
needless danger. It is the part of
iHiy to enter into an enterprise with
out considering the means and chan
ces of success, or the consequences
in case oi failure; the part ot wis
dom to weigh contingencies well, and,
by foreseeing, to avoid disasters.
Rashness leads men into unnecessary
danger or destruction, while true
courage incurs no foolish hazard, and
only sacrifices its possessor when
some great gond is to be attained.
But the President has no right to
dedai e or prosecute a war of inva
sion. The Constitution has given
that power to Congress, nnd that
body has now met to consider the
propriety of uing it. It is necessary
for the piihlic tranqui'ity that the
question should be promptly settled
hy the tribunal having control of it.
The people desire to know wlm:they
have to depend upon, in order that
they may act accordingly, and that
the feverish uncertainty which has
for sfiiue time prevailed may be re
moved. Several small parties of Indians
have recently committed depreda
tions on the northern frontier. In the
conflicts that ensued between them
and the chizf-ns, lives have been lost
on both sides. Colonel Patton was
lately murdered near his plantation in
ihe vicinity of Bexar. It is suppos
ed that the murderers were some ol
the disaffected Mexicans. The son
of Mr. Antor.iit Navarro was recent
ly very dangerously wounded near
Sejuin by Indians. Heavy rains
have la kn in the viucinitv of Victo
ria, and the planters are j rrparin:' to
plant corn again for a summer crop.
The Hon. W. II. Landman, while
returning from the race-track about
cn? ri'c w est of San Augus'ine, was
sli.:t bv some person concealed in a
thi. kct near the r ad, and very se-;
Five companies of volunteers left
Galveston for Corpus Christi on the
,ji't IW -.r -
was from St. Louis, under the com
mand of Capt. Stevens; one from
Natchez, under Capt. Hickey; one
from Tuscaloosa, under Capt. Sym
mes; one from Huntsviile. underCapt.
Clenif nts; and one from Perry coun
ty. Trinity Church erected by the
Episcopalians of Galveston, was
opened fir iivinc service on Sunday,
the 2Gih ultimo, the Rev. Benjamin
JVeio Orleans, July 10, 1842.
Again we have a very dull market to
notice. The stock of Western produce
is much reduced as is usual at this pe
riod of the year; this added to the ex
treme scarcity of money, confines tran
sactions within a very limited space.
The prices we eive below are very near
ly the same as published in our notice of
Saturday last, they are only nominal.
Flour. The receipts of this article for
the past few days, exceeding the demand
for city consumption, and in the absence
of any export demand, the price has de
clined, and holders are willing to accept
of lower rates than they insisted on last
week or even the early part of this. We
now quote superfine $42. and for large
lots taken from the levee, we have no
doubt $4 3-8 would be accepted.
Bacon. There appears to be very lit
tle done in this article. The sales are
all of a retail character, and at former
quotations, viz: lie for shoulders, 3c for
sides, 31 a 4c for hams, canvassed 5 a 6c
as in quality.
Pork. We have nothing encouraging
to state in relation to this article. The
same dullness which has existed for.
months past still prevails. We quote
clear $8, mess $7, prime $41, P O $3 a
31, M O $5l a oj.
Lard, The receipts of this article
during the present week have increased
the stock somewhat. There is nothing
above a retail demand, yet former prices
are fully sustained. We place our quo
tations at 7 a 8, to embrace all qualities.
Grain. There is 6till an active de
mand for corn in the ear and in sacks.
The former sells for 44 a 50c per bbl,
the latter 36 to 38c per bushel in sack.
We hear of no sales of oats. The price
is from 32 to 34 by the quantity; retail
price front store 37i.
Whiskey. The demand is very limit
ed and nrices are much reduced. We
nnlc aalpa marta vesterdav at 16c. The
stock is light.
The rate or discount on me notes oi
the suspended banks varies from hour to
hour. The closing rates at 3 o'clock
yesterday, (Brokers selling prices,)
were nearly as follows: Lmon 17 dis;
Mechanics' and Traders' 11 to 121 dis;
City, 19; State, 17; Consolidated, 33 to
33 1-2; Citizens, 34; Carrollton 15; Ca-
nal and Commercial, 27 to 28 dis. XSotes
of the First and Second Municipalities
are bought by brokers at 9 to 10 dis. and
sold at 8 dis.
Exchange. The Louisiana Bank is
otiennj? to draw on London at 4 nrem
Out of doors the nominal rate is 3 to 3j
On New York 60 day bills are offered
at o to o 1-2 dis, and occasional small
sales are made at these rates; 30 days
3 1-2 to 4 dis; 5 to 10 davs 3 dis. Bank
checks and certificates of deposit 21 dis
Dealers checks Z dis.
Treasury notes are very abundant and
dull. Brokers are selling with difficulty
notes of 500 and $1000 at 1 per cent
dis notes ot $100 retail at par.
Messrs. Editors: You are authorized
to announce Johit W. Davis, of Calumet
Township, as a Candidate to represent
Pike County, in the Representative
Branch of the next Legislature.
Messrs. Editors: Please announce
James Cowherd, as a candidate for one
of the County Judges of Pike County, at
the ensuing August election.
Messrs. Editors: You will please
state in your paper, that I decline run
ning as a candidate for the office of As
sessor, and have my name withdrawn.
July 16th, 1842.
To the Voters of t'ikc County.
I place my name before vou as a can
didate for the responsible office of coun
ty judge, at the next August election;
and as we are not heard or heeded for
our much speaking, I deem it unneces
sary to say much on the subject. I have
been a resident of the county tor the last
eighteen years, and I presume the most
of you are acquainted with me at least
those of the old settlers. But I will say
this much: if I should be your choice,
my humble abilities shall be exerted
to doiny 'duty and mete out justice to all
Paynesville Mo. June 4th, 1S42.
OirMessis Eiuroks: You will be
so good as to announce my name in
the Radical as a candidate for the
office of Justice of the County Court
of Tike County, at the next August
eit-Clion. In presenting my name !
the people, at this eleventh hour, I
have only to say, that should I be
i - -- :.L .t,;, r: 1 - -"'
be both my pride and pleasure to in
form myself as to the duties of the
office, and to discharge them without
fear, favor, or affection.
Julv 16m, 1C42.
We are authorized to announce Capt.
E. J. St rot her, as a candidate for the
office of Assessor of Pike County, at the
next August election.
Messrs. Editors: Please announce
Wm. Biggs, Esq., as a Candidate for the
State Senate, from this County.
June 29th, 4842.
We are authorized to announce Jobs
LispsET, as a candidate for Representa
tive, from Pike Countyj in the next Leg
islature. We are authorized to announce Ait
drew Forgt, a candidate for Judge of
the County Court of Pike County.
We are authorired to announce Johs
G. Campbell, as a candidate for Judge
of the County Court of Pike County,
at the next August election.
We are authorized to announce Mr.
Henry T. Mudd, as a condidate for As
sessor, for Lincoln County, at the next
We are authorized to announce Thos.
B. Whitledge, as a candidate to Rep
resent this County in the Lower Branch
of the Legislature at the next August
We are authorized to announce James
A.Rosbihs, as a candidate for Constable
forCuivre Township, at the ensuing
We are authorized to announce James
Jamison as a candidate for the office of
Justice of the peace, for Calumet town
ship, at the next August election.
We are Authorized to announce Wm.
II. Carroll, as a Candidate for Consta
ble of Buffalo Township, at the next Au
We are authorized to announce Taos.
Cash, as a Candidate for the office of
Assessor at the next August Election.
We are authorized to announce O.
S. jENffiGss, as a Candidate for Consta
ble for Cuivre Township at the ensuing
Tf" We are authorized to announce
1 Joel M. Wcatbertord as a candidate
I for Constable for Cuiver Township at
tne nexi August uiecuim.
2j"We are authorized to announce
Tnnuiu 14 Lt. in, F.sn a a candidate
f(jr the Sheriffalty in Lincoln County
. . A nirimt Election.
at the next August Election.
23-We are authoized to announce
Johji II. Grim as a candidate for Con-
siaoie lor uiyrc auwuwh, 1
IS hereby given to all the friends of
the Fraternity, that there will be a pub
lic Installation of officers for the Clarks
ville Lodge, in the town of Clarksville,
on the first Thursday, it being the fourth
day of August next, at which time and
place the Brethren of the surrounding
country are all earnestly solicited to at
tend, with their wives and daughters.
By order of the Lodge, this 20th day
of July, A. D. 1842.
OJV CENT RE WARD.
R ANA WAY from the onrferaignrd, on the
3dint. NATHANIEL F. ATKINS, an
indentured apprentice. Tbit ii to forbid
all prioiu from liHiborinj or trading bim
on our account ai e will paj oo debts of
JAS. SMITH, & SON.
New London, Joljr 3rd. 1842. 3w38.
NOTICE it hereby givru that the under
tinned hm taken out letter of Ad
tiini.trnlinn on the estate tf Wo. Shannon.
dee'd. from the Clerk of the Count Court
of Pike County bearing data the 16th.
Jul; 1543. All person, therefore who have
cliuni againtt the ettiteof aaid deceaied,
are required to exhibit the fame duly au
thenticated Tor allowance, within one year
from the date nf (aid letter, or they may
le precluded from harinr any benefit of laid
eita'c, and if ucb claim are not presented
Hithin three year ther will be forever bar
HIGH W.SIIANXOX, Aim"1.
J.ilv 2. 1R42. 3wS8.
NOTlCKi hereby giventbatthe under
signed ha taken out letter of Admin
istration on the estate of Rebecca Ford,
dee'd, from the Clerk of County Court of
Pike County bearing date the 16 of Jnty,
A. D. 134'.!; all pcrjocn, therefor who
have anyclaim Ufainst the estate of laid
deceased are required to exhibit the una
duly authenticated for allowance, within one
jenr from the date of Mid letter, or they
ly be precluded from baTinr any benefit
of said estate, and if such claim are not
presented within three year they will bo
HUGH YV. SHANNON, tfrjtt'r.
July 2:?. 1S42. 3w38.
rpHE Co-partnership that heretofore
existed under the firm of WHITE
and PREWITT, between James M.
White and William C. Prewitt, termin
ated on the 30th day of June last, by mu
tual censent. 1 he signature ol the firm
will be used by either of the parties in
JAMES W. WHITE,
WM. C. PREWITT.
Clarkesville, July 8, 1842. 37
All persons whose accounts of 1840
.as, ..i.. .j ium. aijuvi iiue and
Prewitt, are unsettled, are requested to
come forward and close the same by pay
ment, or by note, immediately;
2EfThe undersigned will continue thei
Mercantile and Commission and Far
warding business, in his own name and
on his own account.
W. C. PREWITT.
Clarkesville, July 8, 1842.
"Cl ROM the subscriber last March,
-"- one Black three year old horse
Mule, with two notches in the right
ear, and probably the mark of a yoke
on his neck, he was seen last ia Lin
coln county, at Mr. Copenhavens.
If any person willfbring him to me
they shall be liberally rewarded for
their trouble, or any information
thankfully received bv me.
July Cth 1312- tf. 36.
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office at Bowling
Green, Pike County, Missouri, on the
30th day of June, 1842, which if not
taken out within three months, will be
sent to the General Post Office, as
Dr. Giles Aligru,
Mary S. Dorscy,
Rev. Jno. Glanville.
Samuel Lewellen, -Robert
Mrs. P. Philips.
Wilshire S. Sharp,
James P. Turner,
Mrs. Lucretia Jones Adam W aymer.
II. U. LUWAKUS, f.fll.
TVrOTICE i hfrcby gird, that the no
y der-igneJ hanblnined from the Clerk
of the County Conrt ot Pike county, let
ter of Ailmiuiitratioo upon the Eitate of
Robert M air, dee'd. bearing date SO Jane
1343. All pernn havin; claim agaimt
aid e.tatr, are reqneated to exhibit them
iii one year from the date of laid tetter for
allowance, or they may be precluded front
any I enefi'of laid estate; and if inch claim
are not presented ithin three rears from
the date of laid lettnrs, they will be forerer
SAMUrXC. ALLISON, Ada't
Jnly 2d. 154 3w35.
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