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Tlie Way .of the People'
We forego tlie purpose we had in view last;
of occupying several columns of our paper of t
with the account of the elections, and othei;i
monstrations of public opinion in the " twetity
Harrison States." We do this at the suggestion of
a friend, with whom we concur, that our present
number can be more profitably employed in proving
that General Harrison ought to be elected, tlmn in
merely demonstrating the certainty that lie will he.
His slanderers will find a rare treat, in several of
our columns. We cannot resist the desire, how
ever, to copy a few of the leading signs from Vir-
"!.ta mnA TJoiw Vn,lf A-tTn flirt Inttar otnlA
iiiiu) ujiu . . . v.n. Vr viiw iuvi - v ii
the "Express, after a careful comparison of all the
returns, states that, the aggregate Whig gam,
(the state over) is thirteen per cent t This would be
equal to a gain of upwards of twenty thousand
votes. In addition to this, we have been shewn a
letter from one of the coolest and clear headed pol
iticians in the state now in the public service, at
Washington which says that "New York wilj
jjive Harrison a larger majority than she ever ;ave
before." The same writer expresses the belief, uiust
confidently, that "Martin Van Buren cannotiarry
more than five or six States in the Union."! We
are short for room but the foregoing, and lilt full-
lowing paragraphs, are " glory enough for ulie
, day." They constitute an antidote to the deceh-
tion of the " Globe and its echos." We have to
omit, several columns of returns which follow tee
article but wo must make room for the c
ties of Senator Wright and Senator Talmai
''f They are "beautiful."
. i vui me I'lntiiauiuiint marcii
The Globe, of Wednesday, with a "flourish
of trumpets,"' annouced a Federal Loco Foco
a;o -. leveral countries in New York. The d
itor . ally guilty, both of the "suggestio falsi,"
c:iu '.. iippressio ten. He has much of llio j it-
tt. uv wer for in this matter.
He omits to state that the increased aggroiute
Republican majority over tho Loco-focos isl 00
in the county of Chenango, in which ho boasts of
success. "- That New Berlin, for the first time el
ected a Kepublican supervisor over the most pop-
ular Loco.foco by a majority of 25 the latter
having been elected last spring by a majority of 11
ihat Oxford, for the first time, also, beat the
Loco-foco candidate by a maiority of fifteen,
. That the Loco-foco majorityin Green was, re.
duced to 50 Guilford do. 25 and that Siny
. ra increased the Republican maj. 25. The Lo
' cos elected their ticket in Plymouth by a majority
of one. The nomination on the part of the
Whigs were not satisfactory only about one-half
of the Whig voters were at the polls Plymouth
is good for 100 Harrison majority. And the conn-
ty of Chenango will dance next fall to the tune
of 650 majority for "Old Tip" stick a pin
The account given of results in other counties
is probably entitled to as much credence as the
Chenango account. In Otsego county, our friends
made no rally, except in a few towns. The Lo
co-toco majority in the county last lull was
There has been no contest there since tho election
of Col. Prentiss. He is the most popular man in
the county, and his majority was about COO only
and that is all the majority that Mr. VanBu-
rn pan nrnt in Otaptyn npvt fnll.Mtb.L jnnflinr nln
Our friends may rest assured that the town mee
tings in New York furnish no cause of exultation
to the De,r,"".ives. A letter from an inteliget
friend in' Albany, says "So far as heard from,
the to1 ai meetings have gone much in our favor."
TViS is the truth of the matter.
jj .. The Glob" told ua that tho Albany Argus con
tamed uvo umoie columns ot returns trom the in
terior of the State, exhibiting reactions favorable
to Mr. Van Buren. How easy is it, in a State
as large as N. York, to select a number of towns
from admitted Van Buren counties, and parade
them into newspaper columns, as evidences of
the general will of a people ? But wo could
have anticipated this shallow braggadocia, by re
lating Iho fact that the Albany Evening Journal,
' and the Daily Advertiser, have, for several days
past, published column prter column, announc
ing the triumphs of the friends of Harrison in the
town and county elections. By way of off-set
to the beggarly account of loco fouo triumphs
published in the Globe, we will make a few quo
tations, and rve will begin with Mr. Senator
Weight's own county, where Mr. Van Buren's
party ha"e heretofore received their ten to fifteen
MAKE WAY FOR ST. LAWRENCE.
Mr. Silas Wright's own county has told a glo
rious tale in the spring elections. The patriotic
exertions of the Whigs have been amply reward
ed.' The following summary of the results we
find in the (Jgclensburg 1 lines.
60PEEVISOES OF ST. LAWRENCE 1840.
WHIO FED. I f.
Brasher, Jehiel Stevens,
Canton, Lemuel Buck,
Dekalb, Harlow Goddard,
Depyster, Abner McMurphy,
Edwardi, J. C. Haile,
Flower, 77. H. Haile,
Gouverneur, Wm. E. Sterling,
Hammond, Enouch Taylor
I Herman, Nathaniel Kent,
Hopkinton. C. S. Chittenden,
Jbawrence, uariton luctwen,
Luoisville, Samuel Bradford,
Lisbon, Charles Norway,
Madrid, George Redington,
IMagsena, Benj. Philips,
. ir d:.i.ii
at iviorr'snwn, Jkiurcs iJlluaaii,
K Nnrfr.lL Hiram Alwater.
Oswegatchie, Geo. Sheparrl,
Purishville, John Brownell,
Pierrepont, ix. iiox,
Potsdam, A. T. Hopkins,
Rossie, Martin Tatcher,
RusssjU, Holmes Nevins,
I Stockholm, Thomas Dunton,
The Republican (V. B.) states the result as
follows: 12 loco foco supervisors, 11 Wigs 1
town no choice -1 town not heard fiom. The
Republican makes the Board stand 12 Whigs to
12 loco focos, and one town not heard from
Last vear (according to the Aikus) the locos had
eighteen supervisors to tho Whigs serert-...nett
Whiir train eleven supervisors. Thrco cheers for
Si Lnwrence 1
How does the Globe and Mr. Wright like such
Ar,i for Old Dutches.
The following letter gives the result of the
charter election in 1'oughkeepsie. i nis i res
idence of Mr. TALtMAUGE. It will he seen that
his independent course is sustained by his own
inlihrH. bv increased majorities, on every trial.
It is so throughout the State The rnnjority for
Hahkison next full, we are assured from the most
authentic sources, will be greater than the State of
Tinw York t " on anv former occasion:
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i rououtcKEPsiK, March 3, 1810.
',-'-' tiarter tlection is over- We had a treinen
The Lxo-fucoi made their Ustdes
They acted and evidently fell that
tliry must now re-csisunsn tneir ascendency in
Poughkeepsi, r yield forever tin hopo of seeing
themselves as Hit followers of Van Buren, in a
The conflict resulted most suspiciously. The
vote was large beyond all precedent, 1009 having
Seen taken, which is an increase of 150. Of this
number, 020 were given to Harrison, and 399 for
the Van Buren ticket. Our majority, therefore, in
the village is 231. This is a handsome increase
over our vote of last fall.
The editor of the Nsw York Express, by care
fully collecting and examining the returns from all
the N. York towns and counties, in which local elec
tions have recently been held, shows that the Whigs
have "gained THIRTEEN PKFt CENT: Since the
electimof Inst fall." Com. Bulletin.
SroNS in VinuiNiA The Baltimore Patriot of the
12th says: William M. Peyton, for many years re
presentative in the Virginia Legislature and at the
last election one of the most efficient supporters of
.Mr. Van Buren, has come out in favor of General
Harrison, and is announced as a candidate for the
House of Deligales for Roanoke county.
B. G. Payne, for more than twenty years a dele
gate in the Virginia Legislature, from tho county
of Fluvana, and one of the main pillars of the De
mocratic party in that State, has come out in a very
able address in favor of Gen. Harrison. The coun
ty of Fluvana gave Mr. Van Buren a majority of
250 votes in 1830, and will now give two to one in
favor of Gen. Harrison.
E. Fontaine, (Conservative,) Senator from the
Hanover district, has also published a powerful ad
dress ihTaVor'of Genr'Harnson!
The revolution in Virginia against Mr. Van Bu
ren extends through every county in the State, and
is sweeping Loco Focoism from the Commonwealth.
On tho Whig Electoral ticket there are nine gen
tlemen who supported Van Buren in 1836, and we
notice that Dr. Stuart Baldwin, of Manchester,
the Van Buren Elector for that district in 1330, is
nw among the most active supporters ef Gen. liar
rison! "The work goes bravely on!"'
Another Sion. A vote was taken on board the
siam-boat Monsoon, on her late downward passage
from Galena to this port, for President, and stood
for HA UR1SON, 37; for VAN BUREN, 13 one of
the thirteen avowed himself for Harrison, but said
he voted with the minority merely to enable them
to keep up respectable show. This sign is the more
indicative of popular sentiment from the fact that
nearly all tho passengers were farmers and settlers
ia Iowa, going to Burlington to attend the land
sales, the vote having been taken before the boat
passed that place. The clerk has furnished us the
names of the passengers and their votes.
St. Louis Repulilican,
Old Natoleon in the fiel d in Virginia. The
Eiehmor.d Whig says: We learned jusms our pa
pt was going to press that Co). Win. R. Johnson
a.'Jressnd the people of Chesterfield at tho court
1. use on Monduy, and announced himself a candi
date. Tho country needs his services and he could
lot withhold them. "On my brave boys and the day
Fnmi the St. Louis Bulletin.
Gasconade Countt, Mo., March 2d, 1340.
1 M'.ssrs. Editors: ll is with regret I see in the
'dministration papers slanderous and abusive re
,trts about Gen. Wm. H. Harrison. Let me assure
tose cowards of tho Press that they know not their
rian; for he fought more battles than any other Gen
f jul, and never sustained a defeat. He fought our
.tattles before his slanderers were born: and thov
we not show their faces in battle, unless behind a
In 1791. I was with GenYavnehave known
General Hnrrifoe fur 4!) vears. and can test to his
bravery. I, myself, have served 36 years iu the
:rvice f my country; and, in 1794, I commanded
sergeant's guard, and buried, with military hon
ors, the bones of those veterans who were killed in
the St. Clair defeat. During our war with Great
B"itain, I was stationed, the whole time, at the
St'ith, un.h r Gen. Jackson; and was taken prisoner
at Muhul' l uiut. with Major Lawrence, in 1S14, and
ex hange 1 lor Puckenham's prisoners. We were
3(.Mimen'.ring they 7000. We fought them lung,
ami blo'ved up a ship of war. I have seen Major
An ire huiie. and Gen. Arnold make his escape on
bOurd of h Hiilish sloop of warat West Point and
saw our troops fire after him. but our shots fell
hcrt. I will say that no brave man would slander
VOICE FROM CONNECTICUT.
The Young Men's State Convention on the 20th
was the Irirc'est ever held in New England. The
lelf ates came in procession with banners, St. num-
bere'l in all from FIVE to SEVEN THOUSAND !
They pled red Connecticut for tho Hero of Tippeca
noe nd the 1 names by jive thousand majority.
lie People's Candidate. The little town of Ber
lin in Connecticut, sent 200 delegates to the young
men's state convention. Many of the active youni;
men in the Van Buren ranks have joined the derno-
cratu standard, lhecilyot iVliddletown sent 300
An ImmcimL Harrison Meeting was held at Titts-
burg, on the eiening of the lltli ult. Hon. Harmar
Uenuy was pr esident, and among those who parti
cipated in the meeting, we notice the names of W.
W . Irwin, the Mavor of Pittsburg, and Gen. Win.
Marks, formerly a democratic U. S. Senator from
Penn. An interesting letter was read from judge
ii. iU. I.rockinriCL'e.
Signs of the Times. We hear every day, in all
directions, of individuals abandoning the support of
.Martin Van Buren and declaring in favor ot the
old Farmer of North Bend. The only acquisitions
the President has made in the last three months, are
ti e arc-i nullifvnr and his "tail" from South Caroli
mi, iino t;urty-fbur bloodhounds from the island of
Luoa.- i hnifiiefjjJMmne ) Journal.
Har.iisom ano Reform, is raging over Massa
chusetts like a fire that runs over the Prairies of
the west, sweeping every thing before them.
In Koxliury, where the loco tocos had lor three
years e.ectod their town ofheers, the lugs tn
uinphed at tho recent election by a majority ot
'ZTi. In iJii'iicy, where the loco focos last tall had
majority of 'Xt, the Whigs have now a majority
ot In Urailrord, whre tho two parties last tall
were exactly ballunred, the Whigs are now tnum
pliant by a majority of 101. Andover, that went
strongly tbr the enemy last full, is most thoroughly
revolutionized. Medford, that went tor iuorton by
muinrr u ot 109. is now a whig strong hold
WrentUm, that gave Morton a maiority of 11
now cn!sa whig maiority of 30. In Lowell, the
Wlngg iniH220. In Worcester it Is 70. In Dor
Chester .'ij. Iu Salum -M. In Taunton, Govcrnur
Morton', own town, 40.
in evorv town that wa have r.era enumerated, the
loco focos. un to the dav of the recent election
were confident and boasted of success. Thev strug
gled hard "r it, but their strength was shivered
line glass. Loco focoism was annihilated in Mass
achusetts. U attempted to stand too high in its
shoes, and ijl8 whig mada it a head shorter. The
re-action ''f public sentiment is like the surging of
a mighty tide. General Harrison's majority in the
Old Bay St.ite will be Joverwhelining. Uepuhli
can. What U the Legislature of Ohio doing!
HwlpiiiB C ingress.
What is Congress doing!
Helping the President.
What is tlie President duinr1
Spending the People's money
il Harrisvi.acij f Ivor Club.
Farti PsOJCRtPTioK. On of the most flagrant
acts of party proscription we have yet seen is that
consummated in tho Receiver's office it Lexington.
It is a case of such bare.faccd, unmitigated and un
justifiable proscription that thousands of the citi
zens of the Boon'slick country must pause and con
Mr. E. M. Rtlanp, the Receiver, has been re
moved, and Daniel Ashbv. of Chariton county, ap
pointed in his stead. For what has this been done,
and what justification can be urged in defence of
cms nign and uncalled-tor exercise oi power, ivir.
Hyland ij a man of stern and unbending integrity,
has held the office for several years, is extensively
known, has been obliging, impartial and courteous
to all having business in his office. To tho People
and tho Government he has been alike faithful in
tho discharjie of his duties, always accurate and
strictly correct, and kas never tailed to account
punctually for every dollar of public money which
came to his hands." In his; politics he has sided
with ti e administration party, and has supported
whereever he believed support due, and opposed
wherever he believed the adrninisrratinn wrong.
But he is in his fcelincs and actions a gentleman,
and therefore never could descend to the post of a
mere noisy partisan, approving whatever Van Hu
ron or his supporters dictated, or opposing whate
ver they opposed. As a ficcman should do, he
thought and acted for himself on all political sub
jects, supporting the administration wnere ne ue-
lieved it deserved support, ana conuemnmg wnai m?
convictions could not sanction. This independence
lost him the office.
The P. M. General lately removed Mr. Aull Trom
the post office in Lexington, without charge, and
grve it to a jack-leg preacher, without so much as
permitting the citizens to know that a change of
post master was intended, or furnishing them with
an opportunity to express an opinion on the merits
of the applicant, or recommending one. This Mr.
Kyland condemned as improper and unjust, and he
j.'ined with many others of the citizens, of both po
litical parlies, in expressing his disapprobation.
This act of independence on his part, his daring to
question the rectitudeof an act of the supreme pow
er, tie party at Washington, we doubt not, was
the ca'jse, and main ground of his removal. When
the for- e of government patronage is thus used to
make independent freemen bend to the power of the
President, is it surprising that honesty is driven
from allji:." offices, and thal'peculations, swindling,
defalcation, ami S vartwouting have become the
order of tin.
Cull vuu "os a hud of freedom or republican
institutions, wi ore party power thus rules and re
quires such sev. re submission from the free and
And woo has i.c.mi appointed in his stead! A
man who could not. to save his life, write a receipt
correctly. An ignorant, self-serving and brawling
politician, who is a totally unqualified to take
charge of the hooks umI papers of the office of re-i-tMvnr.
as he would he to discharge the duties of
thn hend of tho Navy L'vrtment. He is devoid of
any qualification for . station, and if he does
not run into error and co:i s out as hundreds of his
predecessors have done, minus, it will not ho from
his own competency. He ims been several years in
the legislature, and those who have seen him there
can bear testimony to the truth of what we have
said of his qualifications,
What has our country col : to, when capable
and honest men have to give phu' for such as this
new appointee! I Rqiublw.aii.
P.t-n-mv Tfl THE PUBLIC A ,f.TZS aillOUllt Of
Post Notes of the City Trust and bnuMngCompany.
New York, of the denomination of .') and 100
also, a lar;:e amount of certificates ol uepoit pay
T? p. Watts, have been purloiid from tho
institution, and will in no case he paid hv the Bank
A. ABBOTT, ashicr.
One term oni If there is any one tiling in poli-
ti,-s nn which all sides ought to agree, it is in in
sisting upon a restriction of the Presidency one
term." This will not only remove tho temptat' u to
use the patronage of the first term to secure "';
election, but relieve the President from a vast '. :il
of dilliculty in his administration : he can act ho i.
atlv nnrl in. Ipnoidcntlv. with a regard only to t
ntprests of his countrv for ho is elevated abe v
the fear of the consequences of giving offonca eitht
to friends or foes. Vermont Waizhman.
The Coalition The Louisville Journal says :
Mr. Calhoun, three years ago, called .Mr. Van Uu
r..n " fox." and at the same time described the fox-
as "the most miserable, cowardly, and sneaking i.f)
all animals." Little thought the "chivnlrous" mil-.
ilier then, that he himselt would soon become a
mere dangler fron the fox's tail !
THE SUB-TREASURY BILL NAMED.
"A bill to seuerate. as far as possible, the inter
ests of the Government and the Government oil';-1
cers, from the interests of the people, and to reduo.
the value of property and the wages ot labor, m the
United States." senator lUerncK.
Trouble in the lacafoco Camp. At a state con
vention of the locos, holden at Richmond, Vi r-r i n ir.
Gov. Polk was nominated for Vico President, aiu
a resolution against a national convention was a
dopted' So Richard M. Johnson is to be dropped.
is he! Uur modern ledcraiisis cam sianu any oouj
that fought at Tippecanoe ; or if they could, they
will never forgive Dick Johnson for Ins eloquent
tribute to the character and services of Hariiisox.
TO LET Oil LEASE, for fou
vears, from the fourth of March next j
'a LOG C A BIX nt Noiith IJenk, Ohio,
with the land attached thereto. Business of im-,
portunce, which requires the presence of the own.
er in Washington, is his sole reason for leaving
it. t or further particulars, enquire at tnc mte
House, in that city.
To tlie Editor of the Times:
Sin: I have just seen i sheet called "Old
Hickory," which, as I have always been a Jackson
man, I concluded to look over. 1 he first thing that
struck my attention was the profile . f the old Gen
eral, which, tit derisien of him, is muJe to resemble
a monkey more than a man.
I find the contents of the paper, however, are a
different from the old Jackson doctrines, as that "ol .
hickory" is different from the "old Hickory" I vo
ted for so, says I lo the Loco who handed it to me
"lake back your counterfeit."
A Jackson Man, m'.'io was at FORT MEIGS.
07- Many articles intended for to-day are laid
over until our next. Let every Whig attentively
read tho preamble and address adopted at the Harri
son meeting on tho 4th, & Uanditover to his demo
cratic neighbor. It is the very best expose of the
union, position and purposes of the people, of all
previous parties, in favor of the old Republican, we
have any where seen. Estra copies may be had on
(ft- Mr. Rives great letter, declaring for Gen.
Harrison as tho true republican candidate, will ap
pear in our next.
Tn Tt.mm-'ille. on Tuesday evening last, by the
Rev. H. L. Boon. Mr. JAMES M. MAJOR, of this
olace, to Miss FRANCES u., daughter ot Isaac .
Bernard, Esq. .
n.. tl, lilih inst. bv the Rev. Isaac S. House
Mr. WARREN GEORGE, of Ray Co., to Mi
JANE E. eldest daughter of Hunry Peyton, Lsq.
of this county.
Wanted at this OIIue,
V JOURNEYMAN PRINTER, one who un
derstands press work would bo prerred.
fayette, starch 'jath, mu.
Ilnzcl ICidge Hostel.
fjIUS House, situated upon the Rtate rood he
i tween Glasgow and Fayette, is now opened
for the reception and entertainment of the travel
The cant about " plentiful table"" Market af
fords" " Careful and attentive Ostlers," it is
thought best to omit. J. T. CLEVELAND.
Hazel Ridge, March 21, 1840. 01
'T"VIE undersigned having been discharged and
JL exempted from arrpst and imprisonment, by
Christopher P. Brown, Esq., Deputy Clerk of the
Howard County Court, until the end or the next
term of thp-Circuit Court of Howard Countv. here
by notiliei-Wl persons concerned or interested, that
no wiU WfP'y on the 3rd day of the next April
Term bfykoiloward Circuit Court, for a final dis
charge. JOHN H. WINTER.
March 23, 13 10. 251.
Cash for Ilrinp.
i lipmn rlpllvnrpfl in St. r.nnttj I
tlSfOND3 &. MORRISON, 19 Front St.
March 23. 2-lm.
VI LOSi I.. .
J)ANXKIt fc SEBREE.
ftiocciatod themselves together for
rying on of the
ches, and having located themselves
are ready to execute any wjui which
ted to their hands. VhT
oted themselves to the above business,
me to become familiar with the differ-
they trust by proper care and atten-
hey promise) they will be enabled to
giv gimertl satisfaction.
N. B. ' Ladic's Cloaks, Habits, 4tc. made to or
der and in the best style.
Cutting of all descriptions done on a short
A share of public patronago is respectfully
Fayette, March 23th, 1310. 2-3
" iSe vMCstabl iwliment.
SADDLER IIAR.XESS MAK L ll ,
TTAVING permanently settled in Glasgow, will
I.X ke?r constantly on hand a good supply of
every thing in his line or business. Ho pledges
himself that his materials shall be of the best, and
his work as good as any in the West. Hi would
respectfully invite tho public to call and examine
N. B. One or two Apprentices will be taken to
tho above business if early application bo made.
Glasgow, March 10th, l-4.' !J2
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whi'iithoy will sf ll at greatly reduced prices.
i arch 21, li-W. tf
1IE subscribers have removed from their old
biu ml arid hive taken that recently occupied
by Mr J. W. hiulJu
Ni. CO, .1 in sruKf.T, S r. Louis,
wlierc they have, and will continue to keep, a large
tc fa.liionai,'.e as.r.ment of HATS & t'.Vi'o, which
Me oiler on thn nost reasonable terms.
('..iiiilry uinrcha its are invited to call and exam
in i:ieir stock bell re purchasing.
N B. Hals aim Caps of any patterns made to
0.(1'. r on short notice.
BELTZHOOVER &. ROBB.
St. Louis, March, 10. Ij-
inf. S . fli
SI :1 s
IMPORTER, MANUFACTU j if .4TER IN
MUSIC & MUSICAL LN t U C!i rs,
Ko. Market it., f-tu.
IHE subscriber reppcctfulljjffrrns !ij rulo
JL mers and the public goscrjinyliut lie ' just
opened a large and valuable '4fcJnmeiit of nf.'v
Music, Musical Instruments (fVid- Musical Mer
chandise of every discription ; consistinyMsf supe
rior French cornets; valve trmnpets; Cristman's
tenor and bass trombones, (CiiptJit's pattern) Ophe
clides; E. & C. Kent BugleYrom 5 to 9 keys;
concert trumpets; bass horns, bass and tenor
drums, French horns, concert and post horns; supe
rior finished guitars, some beautifully inlaid with
pearl, ivory and silver, varying in price from iSo to
!j;00 ; violins, all qualities ; double basses and bass
viols, with patent machine heads Cristman's premi
um Flutes, from $1 to .sjG.") ; do. clarionets, 5 lo IS
keys; double and single flogcolets ; fif.is, various
kinds; metrenomes; bird organs; music boxes;
splendid accordeons. from 6 to 22 keys, inlaid wild
pearl and various kinds of fancy wood, from 5 to
tjtO; violin and bass viol bows of all qualities;
reeds for claronels; crooks and mouth pieces for
bugles, cornets, trumpets, horns, etc.; portable mu
sic desks; tuning hammers and forks; violin bridg
es and pegs; hair and rosin for bows; cses for va
rious instruments ; music papers; instrrjtion books
for all instruments; patent par fjlio for securing
loose music ; superior violin violincello, guitar, harp
and piano forte strings : Also, dulcimer wire. The
stock of music ; merchandise is very extensive, em
bracing every article appertaining to muic.
The above stock was selected with great care by
the subscriber, and every instrument is warranted
correct, and enn be returned if found i'nprrftct in
any respect. Those in pursuit of good instruments,
will find it to their advantage to call and examine
this stock, as it embraces the largest and bet as
sortment ever oll'ered in this ci'v. A liberal Ji-
! count made to seminaries, bands and artists of the
! profession. Musical instruments of every kind
I reoain :1 and put in proper order. dec. 0.
VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.
A full catalogue of the latest and most f'usliion
ab!e songs, marches, vva!tz;s, pieces, etc., arranged
for the piano forte, guitar and other instnmrnts ;
also, music arranged for a full hand: sacrod music
in sheet and books; Foreign music; a splendid se
lection for the piano forte violin, fiute, etc., by the
most eminent composers ; among which are, Du E'r
iot, Lafont, Mayseder, Oshorn, Thalberg, Auber
and Hertzes. In addition to the above, the sm!i
criber will receive monthly all the latest and best
music published in the United States. On his coun
ter may be seen a variety or musical wor!;s ami
fashionable music. The following are among the
collection, the Boston Musical Souvenier ; Or- han
lyre, a collection of glees ; Kings'.cy's social choir ;
the OJenn ; boston glee boon; music of Uinst
Church ; Catel on hennony ; Eurrow's Piano Forte
primer ; j uvenile singing school ; ancient and mod
ern Catholic music ; lioston Acad ; coll d ancient
lyre ; the choir ; Handle and Hayden ; coll'd Churcl
music ; Cook's art of singing ; La Mosique or Mu
N. n-IILirS' Music Saloon,
tf. 20 Market-st.
I'mbt'clEti and I'arasol .liasiulac-
NO. 2?. market street, St. Louts.
T117 HERE can be found a large and extensiA! as-
T v sorimeni oi oiiK, uinjiiaiii Ena 'Jii cioin um
brellas : also plain and figured Torasols of every
style and finish, some with rich Pearl and Ivory
handles, manufactured especially for the retail trade,
and will be sold by wholesale or retail at Eastern
prices, adding the transportation ot stock &c. .vc
Country merchants are invited to call and examine
March 21, 1-tf. N. THILLS, 25 Market St.
L iil finished, the most extensive assortment
ever oll'ered, some very chaste and elegant pat
terns, at prices varying trom sit ;i0 to sj'i 00. for
sale very low by N. PHILIPS,
29 Market-st St. Louis.
STATE OF MISSOURI County of Randolph ss
In the Circuit Court, January Term. IS 10.
Fielding Cockrill, Clinton Codkrill "I
and Felix G. Cockrill I Atlacliment
Robert Steel, dclendaut. J
1VTOW at this dnv comes into Court the said
1N plaiutitfs bv their Atttrney, and it appearing
to the Court here that the process in this cause
cannot be served en the said defendant, therefore
on motion of the said plaintiffs, it is ordered by
the Court, that an order of publication be made in
the following form, tov.it: To Robert Steel, you
nre hereby notified that Fielding Cockrill, Clin'on
Cockrill und Felix G. Cockrill, have commenred an
action against you in the Circuit Court of Randolph
County and sued out a writ of Attachment against
you and attached our proptrty to secure the sum
of twenty-seven dollars and twenty cents, and that
unless you appear at the next term nt this L-onrt,
which will commence on the third Monday in May
next, on or before the third day of saiu' term.
judgment will be rendered against you and your
property sold to satisly the same : and it is lur
ther ordered by the Court here, that this notice be
published in some newspaper printed in this State
four weeks successively before fie commencement
ot the next term of this Court, to winch time this
causa is continued.
A true copy of the order,
01 Tteste ROBERT WILSON, Clerk.
MLSSOUUl STATE I.UTTU11Y.
For the hen'fil of the S.rint Louis Hospital,
EXTRA CLASS XO. V. for IS 10.
To be drawn in the city of Saint Louis, ou Thurs
day, April 2nd 1510.
Nine tickets in a package, warranted to draw
Five Prizes ! !
Drawing superintended by the Hon. M. F. Leduc,
J. Clemens, jr. E-q and Col. Joseph C. Lavsille.
D. S. GREGORY, & CO. Managers.
2 C;i; it;il Prizes of IO,O00!!!
27,410 Trizes amounting t
Tickets onlv 195,00: Halves 'At?. 50 ; Uuartcrs
gl,25 cents. Orders (enclosing rush) for tickets in
any of the St. Louis Hospital Lotteries''' ill be I
promptly and confidentially attended to. ? ' g VN
Cash paid for Prizes in the Uosnital Ls'jrii
presentation of the tickets. Call on or
41 io do
but in minv ind.HM. ...! . V
- .... .., ...-., n,niuni ran roo and ca
nals, absorbing the fruits of national industry fos
years to come, and securing in posterity nu ado.
of the States, and their institution, e,,d cstai.lish-
l VT UP h ,,l,'ril, rd ""kindles the .
zeal or his followers for the work or demolition be
fore them, by the war cries of uiuiumoir," " prjv.
""Nu. jLZi, .i .i ml,ons' " P'rtial legislation," sn,f"
waSHolli them that - the abuses which thev hav8 tL
. ia- - y--v yumwiai oj mt numan rare," but that
ted be "hopes they will carry thruur.1. it, r...." ,.V . i ,
kl . n .ll k ....
r. Z,.-7r.::: I ..I. ." SUUI'"'ng to tcniponirr
iif'are. ' e"""e U'r Perinai'"
m pon what .,ew conception of tho powers a id
rpV. of a Chief Magistrate of ,Le U.io . V, -
13U W 1
jiiuent has fell himself authorized th, . ..:
(With the domestic concerns of n, ' .j
Irraigii, lecture, and dictate to them in re-aVrl r..
ors belonging to their explosive t..,;,f....:
(interference wnich seems to ma to h rnr,;.i'
Ion in its worst form, and if suhiiii,i . ; .,:..
instance, would be a precedent justifying an inter-
I - "iii'-i, even me most ilu cnti. nf
4 " EiS
i domestic institutions of the States,) I know
But no reflecting
, , e ""Nuru loan can
TUIIIrcClVU. tor nn ,nnl ,!,,. u !,l j
1 " Turkc
r-ld ensure to the whole country, if this
, n inuustrious pursuits and its cstab-
00 ,bs. each. T-rUrleV' V'J'.
Castile Soap, J. V ,, .. , . , , ,
(All in original nackagp . , '
CO Boxes Rowand's Tonic Mixture, (a ml'Jj ",c"0
certain cure for Fever and Ague,) V. ''"'
23 Carboy's Oil Vilrioil. V ,'. r
50 bbls. Vinegar, (a very flno article.) 11!..
And one hundred end seventy packages
containing good assortments, Shaving and
Fancy Soups, Surgical Instruments, 1'crfu
mery, Quills, Inks, Shoe Taint, Cloth and
30011 kegs M issouri White Lad, wur'tcd pure,
500 lbs. Brunswick Green, in Oil,
1000 " Paris Green, dry and in Oil,
CtIO " Fine Chrome Green, dry,
And a variety of other colors, all well suited
to Steanili'jat painting. &c.
20 caks Venetian lied, ''English,"
50 hols. Spanish Whiting,
30 " Copperas,
2 casks French Yellow Orchr
5 " English Lamphhiek, in &. 1 ib. papers.
1 cr.se Trieste Vervillion,
2 hbis. Fine English Black Lead,
10 " American Black Lead,
iJO " Superior Furniture Varnish,
10 " Japan Varnish,
5 " Ex'ra Coach do.
2 ca.-ks Umbro Madders,
11 hbis. do do
25 " Ground Logwood,
Si) " English ami American Linsoed Oil,
O J " Spring and Summer Strained Sper.ii Oil,
'.ill " Brown Tanner's Oil,
;. " Cui'l prosea (.asiur un,
IS casks, IS) gaiis. each, pure Olive Oil,
10 baskets ami 1 bettys .salami Oil,
1(1 n-ross Eng. Mustard, in boxes, Odoz.tach,
20 casks Salaretus,
20 bags Peper,
20 bugs Allspice,
40 boxes Palm So-ip,
ot) " Variegated Soap,
21 bales Fresh Hops,
25 gross Masson's Chalh-ng Blacking,
10 Zbs. Gr. Ginger,
10 " do.
1 " Nutmegs,
2 " Cloves,
3!'0 gros B ttle Cork",
00 boxes Lemon Syrup.
100 " 30 lbs, each,' Assorted Candies, manu
factured expressly fur the western trade, and
received in fine order,
20 boxes Gallon Jars,
40 " Half do do.
90 " qt. and pt. Jars, J pt and pi "Ioks.
200 " S by 10 Glass,
200 " 10 bv 12 do.
100 ' 10 by 14 do.
150 ' 111 bv 15, 12 bv 10, 11 b;. 14. 12 by 19,
1 1 by 1. 14 by 20 and 10 by 22 Glass.
The whole of the above glass was mm
tured by Win. Cully & Co., of Pittsbo-i. -on
a contract and is warranted to be sup-r::
glas, and as we'll packed as any lot ever -bi;-ped
to this market, Reams Ass
33 ceses Ruled Letter and Cap, assorted
it es put up in pnper boxes,
l-l) Bean's F-incv and Fine Letter Paper.
00 " Bath Post. &c. &.c. &o.
E Kfl'.-r.ift.' Dumestis Manufactures.
Whole-ale dealers and consumers of White !. , J
are informed that bv an arrangement with m .
partner, (Mr. J. Charles,) in the .Missouri W i
Lead works I receive ail the lead nianufarturf -i v
that eab!ihm:it, which shall continue to sti- .'.:,
by its purify and whiteness, th; high charac: . r
1ms ni-ipiired in this and the adjoining States, m; i
will b-i sold on as good trms as any lure . a
brought on consignment to this city.
Cash puid for beeswax.
Fob. 2-t HENRY T. BLO'V
"'ORICE is hereb'- given, that I will app'y at
i 1 the next May Term of the Coun'y Coi:.:, of
Howard County, fur a Final settlement uf my ad
ministration of" the estate of William I.pe, deceas
ed. JOHN JONES, Adm'r.
March 21, 1?40. 4w
NOTICE is hereby given to ail whom it. may
concern, that I shail apply to the County
Court ol Kandnlph County, at the next regular
Term thereof, f r a Final settlement, as Executor
of the estate of Rebecca Herring, deceased.
SAM'L C. DA IES, Ex'r.
March 21, 1-10. 41
IHE subscribers having established themselves,
for the sale of
t'arpctinir, I'Iim;;- M1 Cloth, &c.
rsnectfullv il: ro -.i -iters tj t!,.- iitv, to i-xamir"'
their slock iu 'n perct--1: g !swle-n,"'
Their cornexiou with ex'cisivo importing tuiii''"'
in Philadelphia aad New ms wi'i in.sur'-'Pnt-
them a constant .tr.;-.y l ...: newest and '
fusiiionahlc articles in their line. cuns.
They have now on hand, just recei.od,
ing of the following description : f"0
sWt fur the Ut ten r
lie. h,i hns h... ...r.i.j
, o -active peiitioi ein;hvir.n(
Siimr irtn,t .... . .i J
, ...f ,,tC1J1( u,
r ... IT u' ",rl;."'e country, in U.j
t ij.. tcsri. n
.'lectnn, exposing him. f r.,-,
ciation tnd t:iisrtnr.,....:.... r. '
epical adversaries the attention of v e o .
with Tnrtrtv of ,he was mainly diroc-Uj
Floor clotliiljd atizen of H.eir own Section, su thul
every van. rympy interest felt at that ti-re in i 1
FLOOR U., .J exposing tll0
suitabsnipresetations of which he was made lh
to ordoi.lv an uns.T.o,.il,,.,u ..... . . u"
teet w..,cH.t has arisen, that in the Sourh eener,f
table covers, irginm particularly, the rnt i
the business have been widely projf- v. -TT
hiic principles, ami.-f ":.'
. erKcient conr.-' 1 '- -''-'S.
a'...? - -V-wn.
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