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"" " From the Boston Statesman
T MBS. OOOCH, (OK BOSTON.)
Let servile Europe pour her lay,
To grace some monarch natal day;
Let flatterers bend before a throne
Columbia bows to worth alone!
She sings no deepol's lurious deeds,
Where wild ambition leads the van,
And tiviti slavery's chains on man!
We hail the Chief, who bravely stood
At freedom's alter bathed in blood;
Upheld her rights enforced her laws,
And fought and conquered in her cause!
New Orleans rise, the trump awake,
Pour its loud notes o'er land and land!
'Till list'ning nations catch the tone,
And echo ring from zone to zone.
Who saved thy maiden's matchless charms
From Britain's brutal soldiers's arms?
Who saved thy city's boasted wraith,
From public plunder, private stealth t
The western rifle played its part,
And silenced many a gallant heait;
By Jackson led, the daring band,
Repelled invasion from the land.
Shame on the trembling coward, shame!
Who dares detract from Jackson's name,
Our country's pride, our foeman's grief;
A free-born Nation's chosen Cnief,
The civic wealth for battles won,
A nation vowed her noblest son;
Her gratitude hns paid that vow,
And twined the oak for Jackson's brow.
Tobacco. We published a few weeks
since a prize article from the Kentucky Far
mer, upon the culture of tobacco. The fol
lowing additional remarks upon the subject
have since been made bv Mr. Sunders, of
Carroll co-, Ky. Planters will do well to
preserve both articles and look over ttiem
I have some knowledge of tobacco culture.
My father was a tobacco planter. I have la
bored in the tobacco field. Judze Beatty's
paper on the subject, lately published in the
Kentucky Farmer, is excellent, entitling iii-n
to the thanks of all the tobacco growers. In
addition to his judicious rerrfarks, I recom
mend early planting. Begin to plant as oon
as your plants are large enough, and the
ground in order for their reception. Plant
at all times except when the eround is to
wet. Mud pressed about the tender roots
injures them very much, keeping themtru
cline for a long time to pet free. When
ready to plant, the weather being dry, have
a large barrel or large tub or water placed
near the plant bed in the evening, about one
hour before sunset, with a watering pot. (a
large gourd with a numder of small gimblel
' holes, answers very well.) water thoroughly
as many plants as you can set out that even
ing; in drawing the plants be careful to t ik?
up with them as much moist or wet earth as
will adhere to them in this condition set
them out. The coolness of the nijrht nnd
the dew,refreshes them.enabling them to w ith
t (and a drought for sevetal days. If the
weather should be extremely hot and dry,
it may be necessary to protect the plants
by co erinj them. A leaf, pawpaw, hicko
ry, or any large leaf will do; the covering
or protection of the plant to take place about
the time the dew is ofT in the morning, and
to be removed before sun down.
A few acres thus planted is of great bene
fit ia all the subsequent operations oi the
crop; ripening and each successive operation
coming on in rotation and not so crowded as
if none had been planted until a season oc
curred. When the rain comes, the plants
thus puts out grow right oil"; and are sooner
rjady for bousing.
Great care should be observed, to prevent
rain or heavy dew falling on tobacco after it
is cut, the damage thus sustained cannot by
any subsequent management be recovered.
Firing is of very great advantage, and should
be adopted whenever it can be done con
veniently. For this purpose dig a pit in the
tobacco house, the whole area, 4, 5, or 6.
feet deep, as may suit; this may be dune of
wet days, (not suitable for out door work.)
Sufficient of the excavated earth to be pla
ced around the sides nnd ends of the tobac
co house to carry the water olf; as much fuel
as prudence will permit, should be placed at
the pit, and a brisk fire kept up until the to
bacco is cured.
Grass Hills, Ky. April 38, 1 841. -
A merchant originally from London, hav
ing acquired a large fortune in one of the
Wert indii islands, concluded that he could
not be happy in the enjoyment of it unless
he shared K with a woman of merit; and
knowing c4 none to his fancy, he wrote to a
worthy correspondent of his tn Liverpool to
procure a "helpmate for him.'' He was not
acquainted with any style except in busi
ness; therefore treating ot affairs of love ns
matters of merchandize, after giving his
friend several commissions, and reserving this
for the last, he went on thus: "Item: See
ing that I have taken a resolution to marry,
and that I do not find a suitable match for me
here, do not fail to send me by the next ship
bound hither, a young woman, of form and
qualifications following: As to portion I de
mand none; let her be of an honest family.
between twenty and twenty-five years of
age, of middle stature, and welt proportion
ad, bar face agreeable, her temper mildt her
character blameless, her health good, and her
constitution strong enough to bear the chan
ces of climate, that there may be no occa-
sion to look out for a second, tiirougn toss oi
the first soon after she comes to hand
must be provided against sa much as may be,
considering the danger of the sea. If she
arrive here conditioned as above said, with
the present letter endorsed by you, or at
least a true copy thereof, that there may be
no mistake or imposition, I hereby engage
and bind myself to satisfy the said letter by
marrying the bearer at fifteen days' sight.
In witness whereof. I subscribe," etc The
correspondent read over and over this odd
article, which put the future spouse on the
same fooling with the bale of goods he was
to send to Ins Irtend; and alter admiring me
orudent exactness of the West Indian,
(whose ingeniousness he well knew,) and his
laconic style in enumeraungquaiincauons ue
insisted on, he endeavored to serve him to
his mind; and after making many inquiries
he judged he had found a lady fit for his pur
poseof reputable family, but slender for
tune; of good temper and polite education,
well shaped, and more than commonly beau
tiful. He made the proposal to her, and the
young woman whose dependence was ch-efly
upon a cross old aunt, with whom she lived
in a state of perpetual uneasiness, accepted
A ship bound for the West Indies was
that week fittinz up at Liverpool; the young
woman, together with the bale of eoods.
were put on board; being well proviJed with :
necessaries, ana particularly wmi a certifi
cate in due form, and endorsed by the cor
respondent. She was also included in the
invoice, the last article, which ran thus:
'Item: A young gentlewoman of twenty
four years of age. quality, shape, condition,
ns per order, as appears from the certificate
and affidavit she has produced.'' The wri
tings which were thought necessary fr so
exact a man as her fuiure husl and, were an
extract from the parish register; a certificate
of her character, attested by the clergyman ;
an attestation of her n'eghhurs. setting forth
that she had patiently lived three years with
an old nunt, who was intolerably peevish,
and had not during all that time given the
said nunt the least occasion for complaint:
and lastly, gooc'ness of constitution was at
tested by four physicians. Before the gen
tlewoman's drparture the correspondent sent
letters of advice by other ships to his friend,
informing him that by such a ship he should
send a woman of such an age. character, con
dition, etc.; in a word, such ns he liimell
had requested to be sent. The letters of ad
vice, the bales, and the young woman, gol
afe into port; and the West Indian, who
waioneof the foremost on the pier, at the
lady's landing was charmed to see so hand
some and interesting! female, more especial
ly when she, approaching nun in the m"s'
graceful and mndet manner, said: 'Sir, I
have a biil of exchange i.pnn you; will you
he pleased t honor it."' At the same time
she delivered bis correpondent's Idler; on
reading which he exclaimed, "Ah! inadiin, I
never yet suffered my bills to be protested,
and I assure yon that this shall not be the
first."' This interview was in a few days
followed by the nupti ils, which were very
magnilicient, and tlie new-married couple
were well satisfied with t!ie happy union, ne
gotiated by a bill of exchange. The best
part of the story remains to l.e told: the lady
had seen the young gentleman frequently be
fore he left Liverpool had fallen deeply in
love with him and consequently readily un
derstood the voyage to aland to which her
heart had already gone. X. V. Mirror.
Near a certain village lived a verv honest
Farmer, who having a number of men hoe
ing in a corn field, came to see how his work
went on. Findin one of them silting still.
he reproved him for his idleness. 1 he nnn
answered. ! thirst for the .iri. ufrn"v
you mean, I suppose, s si I the Farmer; but if
the lib!e teacher yon to'Airxl lor Hie tpirir.
it says a!so,e every one ihat thirstelhT
Life, and D-'ath.
I live, and yet I know, not why,
Unless it be I live to die;
I die and dying, lived in vain,
Unless I die to live again.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
TVTOTIt'E ia hereby corn that Hie co iiartiier.hi!
X V heretofore exi'tine between the nnrlerigneil.
under the firm of ItAMPIIKLU MII1.TON At t o
an diisnlved by n.ntusl consent on the fir.t day o(
Jannarv A. II l-ll. anil the bniiir. ine rain
firm will beaettled up by Camphell and t'hillon.
JOEL t'A M PRKLL,
a I.T. PERSONS intereited. are hereby notified
f ik. I shall at (he next Aurn.t term of the
Pike county conrt, make a final settlement of my
adniinitration of the E.tale of Lemuel Lawrence
JAMES M'CORD, A dm'.
June 13, 1641 It.
Necjt.'" executed at this Office for
and for CASH ONLY!!
HOOK AM? JOR PltlXTI.VU.
m Itrrdit, Mortgagee,
Bill ol Eicfaaagt
Card of all kind.
nerin , i
Clerk, aad BLANKS.
FANCY AND ORVAMENTAL PRINTING
Will be dona axpeditioaaly oa reasonable term at tba
SALT KIVIR JQUKJfJlL QFFICK
THE LECTURES in this hutilulion, commence,
at wuat, on Me j!rl Monday in November, and dote
on Vu loH dag of February.
THE FACCLTT CONSISTS OF
Bum. W". Doolit. M D , Prof, of Anatomy nnd
Surgery, Jaat M. Bean, M. D. Aejunet Profet
tor of do. Jim C Clan, M- D. Profeaor
of ttutihiUa and Medical Jaritprudence. Euan
BiiuiTr. M. D- Ptofenor of Theory and Prac
tice. W. H. RicwAaoeo. M. D.. Prnfetnr of
Obttetriet it Diteattt ot Women and Children
Tho. D. Mitchell, M. D. Pnfemor of Materia
Meiica and Therapeutic: Rourr Pits, M. D..
Profettor of Chemittry and Pharmacy.
The coat fa full Coon of Lecture, i $105.
payable ia advance, ia note of flood and advent
Bunk, of tbe Stale whence the pupil come. The
Matriculation and Librarv ticket ia $5, and tba
Disveeting ticket $ 10. Graduatioe Fea, $20.
Boardinc and Lodging, (fuel aad light iacloJed,)
fro ia $2,50 to $'i per week.
. THOMAS D. MITCHELL,
Deao of Faculty.
Lexington. Ky ., fane 1, 1MI.
THE fall and winter Session, of tha Ashley Female
Seminary will commence on tba first Monday
in September and continue aiz month
Terma of tuition of follow:
Fine needle work, .....
Orthography, Reading, Writing, Geography,
and English Grammar,
Natural Philosophy, History, ancient and
modern Chemistry, and Rhetoric,
Mental and Moral. Philoaop'iv. Logic Alge
bra, Geometry, Latin ft French languages, 5,00
Manninr and Painting ... 6,00
No scholars mill b admitted for lesa time than half
a form, and no deduction will be mada for lost time,
unlesa occasioned by aickneu.
I be teacher pledge themselves, that no effort en
their part, shall be spared to promote tha highest poasi.
ble benefit of their pupils.
M. F. MITCH EL. ,n"r
N. 0. Board can be obtained in town oa reasonable
July 14. 1641. 4u
NOTK'K ilicnly ein that the tinilerir,ned
ha Inkrn out lrttrr of Adniiiii'tralion on the
I..I. ..f IT ... nZlinr.,. Ikcj.iim-iI fritn, flh Pike
..nily t i.oit. benrihs date li.e I'Jth of Jane 104 1 :
ll iH-r-on., ft etrfiwe,whiil.ve any claiiuaaeainat the
I . I f .IAB., ... ,MlH r.il fn.ihiliil II..
.nine duty stitbrntir-alrd for slh.wntire, within one
year from the date of tai.l l.ltrf, ,n- they maj or
prt-rln-lrd from htivin; any betn fit of mI e.lnlr. nt
if urh i lainis sre not prr-ule t within three jear
tliry wi.l he lurever bnrrt-d.
.ML. AS Kllr. A, A u in r.
June 17th, 141 :'t.
IX plf.s: t: sttlk.
GRAHAM'S XtADTC St GENTLE-
THE great increase in the subscription
i-t f thin highly popular M israzine (the edi
tion V itiv mine th;.n d 'liljii: III Ii' than
six mu:h) iiid.KV die proprietor to enm
inCM'.e a new u!um with the July manlier.
Ii vi i. I he is-iurd in the most aitructive style.
Willi the lirst n! a new sorios of Ku ii Chi-
r.isAL Engraving, cot i:p in a unnner that
Ii dl iirt.is anv used in anv other Amen
' . . .- ". .i r .i ...
can .l.r'-'Z'n. in aii inion to in- i;n-.t in.n
we employ the Lih-nt of the very best Ante
ncan artists' in tue cnrravinj; ol the putr
for this work, it must he remembered, tha!
most of tiio suhjr'cts e'eried ate Oripina'
Ameiican pictures, which lime tirr'r brcu
Ih furr rnerrai-rJ. and are ronseipirtitly. the
newest tn.it -an he biouht bctore Highlv
It must be remembered, that the Fashion
1'lates of this Magazine, arc the best in coloi
iug and design that can be found in nnv
vtoik published in this country or in Europe.
They are engraved and colored ( T thi
Ma.'aine, by the best anists that the coun
try can ppHhire. and are I'lawn ulirni.i frou.
the latest designs fiom P.itis and !.ondn.
and ronsrcjuetiilv may alwajs b reli.-il up
on as the pievailing siyle in ihc United Sla
te for the month in which they are issued.
We pav more for coloring than any othei
publication, and always have the bkst.
Tiik Contributors. In addition to the un
usu dfine iirrav of contributors, which the
Magazine ha thus far boasted, arrangements
have hern made with a number more ot the
liest w riters of the day, so that spice and va
riety inav he hri ked for in the literary de
partment of the new vo'uii'c.
Sports jno IVtixks. This interesting
feature of the Magazine shall still he preset v
ed as imnortant to voting sportsmen, and
in fact to all young or old, who delight in
the sports ol the rod ami gun. Articles in
this department, shall he from acknowledged
pens, and of the very best authority.
The volume will le opened with a new
and beautiful ype, cast expressly for the
work, the mechanical execution shall be ol
surpassing neatness, nnd the printing shall
he uiiiin the finest white paper.
New and Popular Music. The choicest
nieces of new nnd popular music for the
Piano Forte and Guitar shall he selected for
its pages, nnd two or more pages shall ap
pear regularly each month. In this wny
suhscribers in remote country towns, can al
ways have the latest music at low rates, al
most ns soon as it is published.
TERMS CASH The terms are $3 foi a
single subscription, and in no case will the
price be abated, or two copies for $5, free of
postage and discount, always in advance.
No SUBSCRIBER RECEIVED II ANT CASK WITHOUT
the monet. This rule is imperious and will
not be departed from.
Address, post paid,
GEO. R. GRAHAM.
S. W. corner 3d & Cheinut sts Phil'a.
A. F. TKAINhK.au tba pleasure to aeaooae
to tbe cititea of Bowling Greea aad the surroundiag
country, that ha will continue tb above basin oa
door Eaat of tba Poit Office. Ha ia bow prepared
to receive order for work, pledging himself to exe
cute not only io workman like, bat ia tbe latest
and mult approved fashion, having jnrt received ra
porta of tha apring and aumrner fatbioaa for 184L
He trader hiaeincera thank, to hi old customer
for tba patronage be ha received from tbeai, aad
flatten himself tbat hi strict attention to bnainea
united with a deairo to pleaaa bia cnatoaaer will elicit
for him a cooliaaatioa of tbe eaaM.
A. F. T.
4 LL persons are hereby forewarned
from trading or crediting my wife Lu
anda on anv account as I am resolved notto
pay any of her contracts, as she has left my
bed and board without a lust provocation.
She left on Friday the 24th of Julv 1841.
JAMES II. RAY.
T ETTERS of administration have been
" granted to the undersigned, by the Clerk
ol the County Court of Pike countv, on
the hsUte ol Andrew A. Love decea
sed, bcarinu dale the 6th day of. May,
A. D. 1841. All persons having claims
against snid Estate, are required to exhibit
them fr allowance tr me within one year
after the d.ite of said letters or thev mav be
preclud?d from any benefit of said Estate,
and if such claim be not exhihiied within
three year from the d:ite of said letters they
will be fre ver hn red.
JAMES O. KIXXEY Adm'r,
July 3, 134I.-4I.
STATE OF UISSOL'SI,
Coonty of l.inco'n.
In the Circuit Court for July Ter
John Bnird, William liaird, David
Oaifd, Gabriel Herd and Mary hi.
wife, late Mary BjuiI, and .Mc
Kinly Hays and Siiran hi, wife,
late iirab Baird Petitioners.
John Baird, Pamnrl Baird Jr.
and ?ran, William, Samuel, Ji-hn
1 r rnr.., Ar..irm.ana Jnme. naj,
. j V V
I " w.,,u w . . - .
''he ahnte named petitioners Inline DJ their At
I turner in the ISth dv of May A. D, Ifa4l.
filed in the uffire of the Cleilc of the t'irrait Court
nf the Comity arid State rnreid, their petition
prating fur the pnitiiinn of the fullowinc described
real dale of Samuel Binl, Inle ar "sill county de
frayed, (to wit.) The NiN-ih WVt fourth of section
No. 17 Town.bip Nu 51. l:ni;e two Wet, contain
ing one hundred and sixty are, alo the wet bnlf
of the norlh eat qnarter of "eft inn No. 17 Town'hip
So fil. Kanr tw we,t containing 75 aeies and
alo the North Eatt quarter of the North Ka,t quar
ter of section No. 17. in Town.bip No. .M, Rnnfe
two we-t, containing forty acre,, all in the county
aforesaid. And it apicanrir on affidavit filed with
aid petition, that John Rnird, and Saointl B.iid jr
two of the above named deirnlant are not resident
nf thi tt. It i therfore ordered that raid non-
rriilrnt ilrft-ndant, be niitiiird that said petitioner.
have file.l tin ir prliiiirn a aftie,ail by a pnMication
of a rupy uf thi, idt-r, in .noie n-wpaper pnhlj.lied
nrnrr.t to tt:i rnm fy, nnre a wer k fur eieht wei-k
ncrr.fciv-lv before the nrit term of "aid Circuit
I'onrt whit h will he hrenn nnd hi-ld at the Court Hmic
in tl.e I of I'n i j io ,.iid county oa the third Moa
.lnt in July m at.
, , (Jivcn nm!er my hand and seal of office
-J vat. in arai'iti nf nid tomt, hi 15th day of
, July, A. D. 1-4 1.
KRAVCIS rARKKR. Clerk
of Lincoln Circuit Court Mo.
July 51 ct.
.11 ST If I( I'lVrP andforsale. Doctor Cham
pion veeetahle ijnit medirme, a sate and certain cura
tor t hill, and Fever ia all it complicated forma, and
ta an effectual remedy for fevers of every description
aliio lctor C vegetables ntihillioao, anlidispeptic.
ptirifviie and rnthartic pills, a valusble medicine. A
pamphirt containing certificates of cure and direction
lor usinf accompany each box.
1 IIOS. S. WATERS
June 5th 1841. 4w.
TIIK nh-riher wouM inform the T.iharro growers
of tin, nnd the adjoininc rnnnties, that he will
rive the hislie.! cali price, for Tobacco delivered in
good order to him at hi mnnurnctory in the town of
Prairie, ille He constantly keeps on baml alio,
innr nurtured t jbncro of the best quality which he
will sell on arcornmrMlatin- terma at wlmlealeor re
tail. EOKUE W. Tlll'RMOND.
Marrl. 13 fim.
Circuit Court Clerk. oSca InvacaUoo l,4June 1311
STATE tF MIS.MI KI, I
Motil'omrrv County. J
Now at this day cornea Will. am Pariah an heir
and legal representative of Henry Parish deceased, and
filed a petition in tha office of tba Clerk of lb Cir.
cuit Court in and for said cauntv, praying tbat partition
pa made amnngst tha sevrral beira of said
deceased nf the following tract of land (to wit:)
the South East quarter of section thirty in Township
forty-six. North in fringe No. S West containing one
hundred and sixty acres, and it being shown ta aaid
Clerk by affidavit, that said heirs ar not residrnta of
this State. It ia thereupon ordered by aaid Clerk, that
notice be given to Mary F' Queenbrry, lata .Mar F
Pariah who intermarried with Aehilli Quesenberry,
Martha Parish. John U. Parish and Fhttip B. Parish,
that aaid Petition ha been filed and will be preseuled
to aaid Circuit Court at tha Term of aaid Court, to be
held in and for said eounty on the first Monday in Oc
tnber next, said nolica too given by the publication of
a enpy of this order once a week for eight weeka suc
eessive in some newa paper printed ia or nearest t
to the County of Monlgomory aforesaid.
STATE OF MISSOURI,
I. Jacob L. Sharp. Clerk of tha Circuit Court ia
and for tha county aforesaid, certify tha foregoing to
b a true copy of tn original order of Fubiicatiea
in my Office.
In wilnes whereof I have heretofore set
t east. Vine hand and affixed tha aeal of aaid Court at
y office in the town of Danville, tn 14th day
of June ia to year of our Lord I84t.
JACOB U SHARP, Clark.
July 17. IS41w-8t.
A. II. BUCK WER,
ATTORNEY AMD COtJWSs?lMsl I.AW,
HAS reovd hi office, to a rooa ia tba ateead
alory of tha Stoaa Ilooaa.
Jaeaary SS, 1840.
A MONTHLT FOB UCATtON DEVOTED TO THE
INTER EST OF AORICUXTCsVE.
rpHE undersigned has for tha last year
published a work on fanning in Illinois,
which hat circulated to a considerable extent
in this State.
But counsidering this city to be a more
favorable location, and still retaining hia old
list, he would now call upon all true friends
to the agricultural pursuit in this State, to
extend a helping hand at the onset of this
new start A paper published in this State
devoted to the interest of the fanner, will
have great advantage over Eastern works of
the kind, which are published to suit their
own soil and climate.
The pages of the Missouri Farmer will be
filled with articles representing our own
stock, and showing the improvement neces
sary; with articles on Tobacco and Hemp,
writen by persons on our own soil; with ar
ticles on Seeds, Vegetables, and every thins;
profitable for us to raise.
We respectfully ask Post Masters and
others to whom we address this circular, if
they will not put themselves out a little to
obtain us n few subscribers? If each person
who receives this would send us but two sub
scribers, we would feel greatly encouraged.
There is no one but could do this, either by
getting two persons tn subscribe, or four
neighbors, which would only cost them half
a dollar a piece.
We sh ill publish our paper through this
vear whether ourrpreal is heartlv respond
ed to or not, f,T we have so arranged.
We request any names that may be ob
tained, should be sent in as soon as possible;
if only on, please send to us.
1 LK.un: One dollar per year in ad
vance. Jmx copirs to one address for $5.
St. Louis, June, 1 84 1 jo 1 1 4tw
IS Hereby given, tbat the ndertigned, baa taken
nut Letters of administratiin, with tha will annexed.
upon the Ettate of Solomon Fisher deceased from
the Clerk of the Pike Coonty Conrt, bearing data
the 10th day of June 141; all person hsving
claim acain.t said estate are therefor) notified I
prevent them for allowance, withia on year from tow
ditto of n irl letter, or they saay be precluded front
any benefit of said estate, and if nut presented with
in three years, Will be forever haned.
JOHN K. FISHEK, AdraV.
with the will annexed.
FOR OXE OR TWO PRINTERS.
(fc5"In consequence of my having made ar
rangement with Mr. Gf.okgk A. Chapm,
late editor of the 'Waba-h Enquirer," to
establish a new Pcmoeraiic paper at Indian
optlis, the Crpit d of this St te. 1 offer lor
sn'e the print n olhce and subscription list
"SOUTH WESTERN SENTINEL"
at Ev.insvillo, Indiana, on very Janrabl
terms far cash-
The materials ol the office are all nearly
new having been purchased expressly for
the paper at us commencement, a little more
than a year and a quarter ago. The Job de
partment comp ises a befer and larger se
lection of ivdcs than usual: and the whole
ofli'-e is is the most perfect order in every
The location is ns good as can be found on
the Ohio Uiver Evansville be in 2 the 'Half
way House,1 between Louis vile and the
river's mouih, each di.-tant about 300 miles.
The population of Evansville is now about
3000. and the town is going ahead as rapidly
as any other in the State a large number
of new buildings having been erected during
the pat year, 1 nil many others being now
under way. The Congressional district
throughout which thh Sentinel circulates,
comprises eleven counties, some of them the
most populous in the State. The subscrip
tion lit of the paper has idways been re
seetab!e, nnd it could he easily enlarged.
Terms of subscription $250 in advance; 3
at the end of the year. T e advertising
patron-tge is very good fora Democratic pa
per; the office commands, by its superior fa
cilities, a large amount of Job work, at good
I tiller the establishment for sale only for
the reason above given the determination
to 'enow" with my brother at "Head Quar-
Full particul irs will be civen to any per
son desiring to purchase, by letter or other
wise, if applied for immediately.
J. P. CHAPMAN.
Evansville la. June 35, 1831.
LIMIl.X OXi: T1IIG AT A TIME.
THE undersigned propose to instruct a elas ia
the Art of PENM ANSHIP at Bethlehem Hot-
11 r. ah- -i.-ataJ tnm of fifla V,
tti'K iiwir, iw "- Y V. j ...
during which tiro ha will teaeh a eariet or baada, (
required.) Toconnxnoa aooni ma iota
For terma &c apply ta Josara FcQca.ec to
" ' JOHN A. THOMAS
July 24th 1841. 9r.
NOTICE i hereby given, that tha nndarog
ha obtained flora tha Clark of tb Conaty
Conrt of P.ka conaty. lettera f Adaiiaishoe
anon tha Estate af H. Braaetettev, deceased, beenef
d.U tb 26th dayaf Jaa 1841. All frwsh.v
iog claim againa aaid estate, ar recanted
it them ia on year from tba dat ef raid
allowance, or they aaay b precluded from ThJT
of said Ute; and if anch claim sr not PJ"
withia tbre year from tb dat af mid lattaw, mJ
willb forever barred.
THOMAS CKAIO. I Aim
ELIZABETH BRANSTXTTXB. (
July 8, It.