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J-. , jjjjjumiw. iniiuiuiJB mm m imin
THE HOMAJ OF JU3TICK.
YThve compiled, from Tiuiotis sourwe, llie
following disinterested testimonials, which were
connnandod from their several authors by llio lof
ty patriotism, valor talents find success of den.
Harrison, long before lie was named for the Pre-
iidoncy, and ill times which ought to give them
weight nufucicnt to lienrtlown nil llie petty cmum.
nics and quibbling objections which party nmlig
iiity may now presume to forgo ogtiiust the war
wjin and time honored patriot and soldier.
Tho authorities wo present against tho puny
attacks of Loco-Foco Federalism, and which we
hall stereotype as un impregnable barricade a
gainst all opposition, tiro no less than the Con
cressof tiik United Status, the Lf.gislatuiiks
or Indiana, and of Kentucky, Jamks Maui
ton, Jamkp Moniioe, Coi.. Richard M. John
son, Anthony Waine, Lanhdon Ciikvks, Si
mon, Snvdkr Gov. .Siki.by, Com. Peiirv, Coi..
Ckogiian, Col. Da vies, and otheis, iiicludin
in the illustrious catalogue even Thomas Ritchie
We begin with the testimony of Col. PienAim
M. Johnson, now Vice Picsitlcnl of the United
Col. Johnson said, (in Congress)
"Who is Uen. llurrisun 1 The son of win odd
signer of the Declaration of Independence, who
-spent the greater part of hit large furtiinu in redeem
ing the pledge lie 'then gave, of iii9 fortune, lil'c.md
sacred honor, to secure the liberties ol Ins coun
Of tlic career of Gen. Harmon I i'"jJ not
peak the history of tlic West, is his history
For forty years ho lias been idcutilicd with its in
terests, its perrilsanil its hopes. Universally he
lovcd in the walks of penes, and disliniruishoJ lv
his ability in the councils of his country, he has
been yet moro illustriously distinguished in the
"During the late war, ho w is longer in active
service than any other General oltkir , lie was per
hap, oflener in action than any one of them, and
never sustained a dtUot.
Jamls Madison, iii special mesiae to Con
gicss, Ucc. 18, 1811, said,
V hile it is deeply hummed that so many valu
able lives have been lost in the action which tool,
place on the 7th ultimo, Congress will sec with
fcatiMnction the clatinllcss spirit ot lorlittule viclo
rioiisly displayed by every description of troops en
gageil, as trfllas the collected firmness ithieh dislin
cuisAed it ir couuiumdcr on an fhetsitm requiring
the utmost . emails oj valour ana ais-.ipliue.
James Madison in his metsaire to Congress
Nov. 1812. said,
An ample force from the States of Kentucky
Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, is placed, with
the addition of a few regulars under the command
of .Brigadier Gen. Harkisox, possesses the entire
confidence of his fellow soldiers, among whom are
citizens, some ot ttiein volunteers in the ranks, nol
less distinguished by their political stations thon by
thoir, personal merits.
In Mr. Madison's message of Dec. 1813, the
compliment was extended, as follows :
The success on Lake Erie having opened a pas
sage on the territory of the enemy, the officer com
mandinglhe Northwestern arms, transferred the
war thither, and, rapidly pursuing tho hostile
troops, fleeing with their savage associate forced
a general action, which quickly terminated in the
capture of the British, and dispersion of tho savage
This result is siznallu hnnoralle lo Major Gen
eral Haurison, Iii) whose military talents it was
The following tribute of nraise was paid to Gen
cral Harrison, in 1811, by eleven of the officers
who rougiit under his banner at tlio batltlc ot lip
'Should our country again require our services te
oppose a civilized or a savngo loc, wo should marcli
uuuer uen. Harrison with the most pcrlect con
fidence of victory aud fame."
JOEL COOK R. B. BURTON. NATHAN AD
AAIS, A. HA WKINS, II. BURCIISTEAD, HOSEA
HLOOD, JOSIAH SNELLING, O. BU.-.TON, C
f U LLJilt, U. UUUD1NU, J. D. FOSTER.
Extract ol a letter from Col. Davics, who was
killed at the battle of Tippecanoe. Aug. 21, 1811:
" I make free to declare that I have imagined
there were two military men in tho West, and Gen
Harrison is the first of the two."
Message of Synion Snyder, Governor of Pa.
Dec. 10, 1813. I
"Already is the brow of the young warrior,
Croghnn, encircled with laurels, aud tho blessings
of thousands of woman and children rescued from
the scalping knife of the ruthless savages of the
wilderness, anil from the still more savage Trac
tor, rest on Harrison and his gallant army,"
In the Legislature of Indiana, on the 12th Nov.
1-11, the Speaker of the House of Representatives,
lien. Wiu. Johnson, thus addressed General Har
"Sir The House of Representatives of tho In
diana territory, in ther own name, and in behalf of
their constituents, most cordially reciprocate the
congratulations of your Excellency on tho glorious
result of tho late sanguinary cnnllict with the Shaw
nee Prophet, and tho tribes of Indiana confederated
with him ; when we see displayed in behalf of our
country, not only the consummate abilities of the
general, but the heroism of the man j and when we
lake into view the benefits which must result to
lhat country form those exertions, we cannot, for at
moment, withhold our meed of applause."
The following resolve of both houses of the
Legislature of Kentucky, will have a final, ir
nTccl on llie nerves of those who tiiculutc the
slander respecting the " while hoi.'-e," and tlic
full of the gallant Col. Daviess:
Ltgutitturr. of. Kentucky, Jan. 7, Pi 12.
Resolved, By the Semite und House of R, prc-
entalivcs ot the fclateol kcutuckv, that in the late
campaign agninst tlm Indians upon the Walusl
Gov. William Henry Harrison lias behaved like a
hero, a patriot, and a general ; and that for hi i cool,
deliberate, skilful ami gallant conduct in the battle
of Tipceunoe, he well deserves the warmest thanks
of his country and his nation.
Gen. Anthony Wayne, in his Letter to the Sec
retary ot War, giving an olhcml account of hi;
sanguinary Indian Biittle, in 17'J2, said :
"My faithful and gallant Liuulcnant Harrison
rendered the mr.st essential service, by cemmunica
ling my orders in every direction, aud by his c ,n
duct and bravery, exciting the troops io ores for
ti.. rii ...i - i , i
x iiu ioiiuwui ic&oiuuou, v.uicii i;i.m:u i-oili
houses of Congress, with but One dissenting voice,
is calculated to make tho "petticoat hero-," Jld
if such slanderers can feel any thimrhul the lash
"Resolved by the Senate ami llonm of Rrprcscn
talives of tho United States of Anviieit in Congress
assembled, That the thanks of ( 'ungri:.? be, nii'l
they are hereby, presented to Major General Wil
liam Henry Harrison, und Isaac Shelby, late Gover
nor of Kentucky, and, through them to the olficers
and men under their command, for their gallantry
auJgooil conduct in defeating lli combined British
and Indian forces under .Major General Proctor, on
the Thames, in Upper Cnnada, on the fifth day oi
October, one thousand eight hundred and thirteen
capturing tho British army, with their baggage
camp Cfiuipogo, and artillery; and that the i'rc&h
dent of the United States bo requested to cause two
gold medals to ho struck, emblematical of this tri
umph ; and presented to General Harrison and
Isaac Shelby, lato Governor of Kentucky.
Speaker of IliO IIouso of Representatives.
President of tho Senate, pro tempore.
April i, lS13.--Apprjvcd,
Ge. tiUelby to Mr. Madison May 19, leil 1, says.
I feel noWitatiou to daclir to you that I .: i: u
(len. tUrrunn to h, M tfo jjj3t ,fl,,;r c'.wac
ttn I dir hntw." J
Col. UitiUanl M. Jobnaon to Gen. Hauieuu, Jul)
" We did not want U e r under wards ur trai
tors J but nadir ime Harrison who had proved him-
st.',) to he v ise, prudent and liraa:
Ciiniinoiloro rerry to licueial llaiiison, au
gust 18, 1817, says:
"llie prompt charge nncto ny yon in inn om.v,
of bat tle on discovering the position of tho enemy,
has always appeared to mo to have evinced a ti,n
(A'irrcB nf military lah nt. I concur with the vener
able Shelby in his general approbation of your con-
hut in that campaign."
The opinions of tho Hon. Lanodon Ciieves,
of the imyorlame of the victoiy of the Thames
Hid lh biavcry ol Gen. William ulniv Har
" TUc x i tm ii of llurrisun, wis ta:h as n nuhl han
sts und to a lloman Hernial in the test days of lit-
llcpuh'ir, the. honors of a lriilh! " 'Ul an at:
lo thn War in Ite uppermost t.awola.
Sentiments of the He.o ol rorl ftteplienson,
Col. Croglian, now of tho War Depaitineiit:
"1 do-ire no piainnis wnieii are uesiowcu upon
... p i ... ii :
me ot me expend: oi huh, ii,hipi,ii.
'1 have felt the wniie-l iittachmeiil lor turn n.-
man, and my conlidencc in him as an able com
mander remains unshaken. 1 tool every assurance
that ho will at all times do mivmiplc jiotire; anil
nothing could give me more pain than to see his en
emies seize upon this occasion to deal out their un
friendly feelings and acrimonious dislike; and a
loni; as he continues, (as in my humble opinion he
has hithcito ilone,) to make the wisest nrrangrmenis
mI ilicmost judicious disposition, which the lorees
under his command will juMily, 1 shall not l,e-i:alc
lo unite with Ihenrmv in hestowini upon him thai
oaliih nrc uhieh he so re ,i'y nrl.,, and won Ii hu
on nooicasion been withheld."
La.-lly we comn In ihr nr.it toinplinient ol
Thomas Ivichie, Kditur ol the Richmond Linpur.
the leading organ of the Loalilwn 111 lie
South, who now brandishes his old "chapoli :-.
swintl Willi two broken lioints. mid tlntaleii.s
ev,i.sluiiiirr war upon the toinivoicr cf tb-j l!rit
ti.sli and Indinii Cooliliouof tho vta! I In
hmond Enquirer said :
"ljeii,?Iil Ihirri on'; lelter ti Ih u s ( vfii y ti.mj
h.-.t wc u i -Ii lo kiiov. u!,ont the ol"n ih, (.i,,-;7 i i
.tc'f. lie docs lustier to ( veiv one but lwno"ii-
ind the world mie-l I hi ictorc do pitUec to the man
who was too intKic.t lo he pu;t to Inmscll.
t ome to (he Efi-3i3.
llie following is the iaonl that H urison
t been honored with the confidence of every
Resident of the U. States fioni the organization
of the Govcrgmcnt down lo llie addoption of the
spoils system, After iclorriiic to the joint rcso
lntion of Congress, uvvrorcd by James Monroe
and re-published in another column of to-day's
paper, we quote horn the Executive Journal o
the United States Senate, 1 ,8'J, to IbrJ, mclu
In the Executive Journal, 1791, pege 80, we
hud the lollowiiig ;
Ciiilcd States, Od. 31, 1701.
Gentlemen of the senate : Certan offices nav
ing- become vacant since your last session, ny
death, resignation, or oppotiitnient to other ola
cers, of thoso who held them, I have, in pursu
ance of the power vested in me by llie constitution,
appointed the following persons to hll these va
cancics, viz :
FlKST RECITEMENr IxFAKTRY.
WILLIAM II. HARRISON, Ensign, vice
In tho same Journal, page 88. the following:
"Monday, Nov, 7, IT'JI.
The Senato pioccded to consider the nomina
tion of the President of the United States, con
tained in his message of 3 1st October, 1701: und
resolved, that they advise and consent to the rip.
apoin tmcnt of the persons therein named, to the
oillces to which they ore respectively nominatccd
In the same journal, 1793, page 132, the fol
lowing; " United Stales, Feb. 22, 1793.
Gentlemen of the Senate : 1 noniinalo the fol
lowing persons for promotion and appointments
in the Legion of tho United States, via:
WILLIAM II. HARRISON, Lieutenant, vice
ULUKGJi V A.M I I.N UTUjN .
lu the same journal, page 131, the following :
Saturday, Feb. 23, 1793.
The Senate look into cuiinidcraliou llie mes
sage of the President of the United States, nomi
nating for promotions and appointments in the
Legion of the U. States.
lusvhol, That the Senate advise and consent
to the. appoiuliticnls respectively, agreeably to
In the same journal, 1797. p,i::e 250, the fol
"United Si;l.s, July 10, 1797.
Gentlemen of the Senate: J nominate the
following persons for promotion.-) und appoint-
menus in the Army of the U. Sidles.
Fikst IIiximf.n r of Infantry.
WILLIAM II. HARRISON, Covmia, vice
Kiiig-lnuy, promoted. JUlIN ADAMS.
"fViday, February 4, 1803.
Tho nictKi of tho President of tha Unitod
States, communicated on 3d February, was read,
as follows: Gentlemen of the Senate : I nonii
nalo cVc, W1ILLIAM II. HARRISON, to be
(.iovcrimr of Indiana Territory, from tho 13th
lay of May next, when his present commission as
Governor will expire.
WILLIAM IIliNUY HARRISON, of Indi-
una, to bo a Commissioner lo enter into any treaty
or treaties which may be necessary with any In
dian tribes North West of the Oliio, and within
the territories of the U, S. on the subject of their
boundaries or lands.
"Tuesday Fib. 8, 18D3.
She senato resumed thu consideration of the
message ol the 1 resilient ol tlui I liutcil Males,
of February 3, Humiliating John Martin linker
mil others, lu civil and nulilaiy appointments;
mil resolved, thai they mlvi.so and consent lo the
apnpoiiiliiipiils, agreeable lo the nominations re
In the same journal, (vol. U,) pages d 1, l-,
io fulluwing :
'Monday, December 15, 1800.
The following iviillcn message were received
from the President o! the U. States, by Mr. Coles,
1 o the Senate of the IT. Slates: Vacancies
iviug happeinil during the last recess of the
naie, in the following offices, I granted rom-
uii.ssiuiis to the. prisons herein named, lo each rc-
pei live v:n aio y; which commissions will ex-
pile at the cinl ol the present session ol the sen
ate. I now, thereloie, noniinalo the same per
sons to llie same ofliees. respectively, fur appoinl-
uu nt :
WILLIAM II. HARRISON, of Indiana, to
be Governor of Indiana.
Wulusdait, Dec 17, lS'lfj.
The Si-nale khu.ciI the consideration of the
nominations I'Uila iitd in Hie nifssfigc received
lioiu the Pn : idenl of thf United States, on the
lolh in.-t. and lesolved that they advi.se and con-
sent to ihe npDoiiiliiviilY, ol 15. I,;vingslon, At
Mi Clary. P. Cmlenitis, P. L. Shrunk, J Gar
lies, V. v. l'.nUer. j. r.ige, v . j;uitiain, r.
Mounter, WJl. 11. HARRISON, cVc, agreeably
lo their nominations respectively.
In the same jounial, pages 130, 131, the fol
'TucFd-nt Dxcmber 19 1S09
The following written message was received
from the President of the United Stales by Mr.
To the Senate of the United Stntes: The com
missions hcrelolo:-o granted to the lollov.ing per
sons being limited in their duiation and now
about to expire. I noniinalo theai to the same
oilicc respectively annexed to their names :
WILIAM II. HARRISON, whose commis
sion as Cior.ernorof Indiana Teritory will expire
on the 19th January next, to be Governor of the
same Territory, for three years next, ensuing that
"Wednesday December 20, 1809.
The Senate took into consideration the mcs
ago of the President of the United States of yes.
terday, nominating Joseph Crockclt and others, to
office. Whereupon resolved, that they advise
and consent to the appointments of John Wil
lard and WILLIAM II. HARRISON agreeably
to the nominations respectively.,'
In the same journal, 1S12, page 29G, 300,
303 the lollowiiig:
Monday November 9, 1S12.
Tho following written message was received
fiom the President of the U. States by Mr. Coles,
To the Senate of the United Stales'; I nomin
ate the persons whose names are stated in (he list
annexed to the enclosed letter from the Secretary
of War, for the promotions and appointments res
pectively proposed, &c.
November 9, 1812.
" "ur Department Nov. 9, 1S1 2
Sin : I havo the honur to propose for your. pa
probation, the following promotions and appoiut
mculs in the Army of the U. Stales.
'Indiana Tcriiory WILLIAM II. IIARI
SON Brigadier General, to rank from the 22nd
Vrcdaesday December 2, 1S12.
The Senate resumed the consideration of ccr-
iso and consent to
to the nominations
On motion, it was agreed, by imniiimous con
sent lo d:.pci!SC with tiie rule, ;;i;J that mo t.ml
nominations be now ou.-id'.red. Whereupon.
lit solved, That the Senate d i advi.-.- and con
sent (0 the appointments, ai'ieealdy to the r.'j.ni-
In the same journal, 170?, pags 2.2.
"Tuiidry, Jane- 'j, li.j3.
Tho fill luv.inir wiiucn ne -.;i"e was iece!v,.o
from the President of the U. Suites, bv Mr. -Mil-
corn, his Secretin y :
Gentlemen of the senate : I noanur.te, cVc.
WILLIAM II. HARRISON, Es... of Virginia
to bo See at a nj of the 'Jirrilon Nrlhiresl of the
River Ohio. John adams.
Thursday, June lV.i'i.
The Senate took into rou-iilcialion the menage
of the Pn.oiih.iu of the U. Smte.-i, of the 2eilh in
stant, and the iiOniiuutiuiis contained therein, &e.
lli.Su! red. That thry
In llio tame journal
"United States, May, 15. 1S0O.
Gentlemen of the Senate : I nominato WIL
LIAM II. HARRISON, of the Northwestern
Terrrtury, lobe Governor of the India wi Ten i
lory. JOHN ADAMS.
"Tuesday, May 15, 1300.
The Senate proceeded to the toii.side ration of
the iiiessagu of the President of tho U. Stale?, of
the 12th instant, and the nomination contained
therein, of WILLIAM II. HARRISON, lo office,
llesoli'td, That they do ndvif-o and consent lo
the appointment, amicably lo ihu nomination."
In the same journal, 18i3, page 411, the fol
"Thundtnj, Ftbiuai: 3, 1803.
A written mf.ssage was received' ',0m the Pre.
sident of the Uni'td State', by M,-, Lewi?, bin
iiin military appoint'ia.nts, named in thu last
tmclitioiicd message, and resolved, lhat the Senate
do advise and consent to the appointment of
WILLIAM II. HARRISON, agreeably lo the
In the same journal, 1813 pages 329, 330, the
Saturday, Feb. 17, 1513.
The two following messages were reeiived
fiom the President of the United Slates, by Mr.
Coh s, his Secretary :
To the Senate of the United States : I nomi
nate liriui.dicr Ueneral James W i.Mtucm, liiiL'a.
die, G-:i.; ,.d Wad : Hampton, William R. D-.
of S. C nlol'i.:i, Mor:-ni Lewis now Q-iartu Ma-i.-.f
Geo.ral, WILLIAM H. HARRISON, of lo-
TVrrit.j.y, i.,..l A iron Ogden of New Jersey
M-',',f G-.a.iah in the AnnV of ll.e Ui.ind
, &.c. JAMES MADISON."
Monday, March 1, 1813.
'-. l jo!, imo collide ration the iim'M e.re
!-; . of ll.e L'.iited Slates, of ihe 27 ih
J.i. ne.s Wilkinson ;u:d oih-
!53, ihe fob
:,:-::'oo, 'will lie; Senato advise r-i il
appoii.Lr.rnt of WM. II. IIARR!
:" ' " CIIICULAK. "
TO COUMTRY A1KUCII ANTS, DIlUGGlS'fSi
I3l',rSC 't iifiOW,
O UCCKSSOll to Charless & llluw, wholesale dea
O ler iu Drugs M-di ines, Paints, Oils, 1ic
ISiuffs, Window' Glit: s, Vapi r, yc, if., at tho old
wnichoiise, corner of Alain aud fine streets, is
ninv receiving from New York, riiiladelphia and
Baltimore, and has iii sloro, per Steamers 'hesler,
Sehnii and Aleiinnick, an extensive and well selec
ted stoi'.li of every article iu the line, purchased di
rect of I'rug brokers find Maniil'uetiirca, which he
oilers lo hisold friends in the country and city, rash
piirehaser!i, and punctual men. on fair terms. City
dealers and Tainter-", w ill liuil it In their advantage
to examine my stuck, which ronsi .-.la iu part ol :
ftl lies, t-.iiyli-li lalomol,
U Casu'liiini Camphor,
!) do Reliaed l!orox,
It Mils Cream of Tartar,
'io Casks 1 !u It. Epsom Kalis,
15 " A hun,
y Cases I'oliz.is Liipmriee,
" ((il) ouni es) freiich tj iinino.
1 11 Cum Arahii: (very superior,)
d " East India Cum Copal,
5 " l.'iiin SlieKac "Orange,"
1 " Turkey Cum Alyrhh,
1 " " " Opium, ' HiO lbs.)
1 ' Red Precipitate,
f) " J'ow'd. Rhubarb,
1 " East India Rhubarb,
H " Till lbs. each, Tartaric Acid.
U0 " Castile Soap,
(All in original packages.)
o0 lio.ves Rowand's Tonic Mixiure, (a luo.
certain cure for Fever and Ague,)
25 Carboy's Oil Vi'.rioil,
.'it) bids. Vinegar, (a very lino article.)
And one hundred and yevjiity packages
containing goud assortments, Shaving and
Fancy .Soaps, Surgical Instruiiieiits, 1'erlu
niery, tjuills, Inks, K.uc 1'ainl, Clulli and
o(MH) krj;s Alissouri White Lead, war'tcd pure,
f;ltl lbs. llrunsr. ii K Crecn, in Oil,
ItKill " I'a lis Crecn, dry und in Oil,
GUO " Fine Chronic irccn, dry,
And a variety of other colors, all well suilcd
to Steaniloa! painting, &e.
20 casks Vcneiian Red, "English,"
h!l bbis. Soani ,li Whiting,
Jill " Copperas,
'! casks French Yellow Orchre,
fl " Kn;,'lish Lampblack, ill J & 1 lb. papers.
1 rase 1 rieslo crvilhon,
2 bbls. Fine ImiIMi JJlack Lead.
10 " American Rlack Lead,
21) " Superior Furniture Varnish,
111 " Japan Varnish,
5 " Lxtra Coach do.
2 casks Omhro Madders,
11 bids, do do
25 " C round Logwood,
80 " RiOilisb and American Linseed Cil,
00 " Spring and Summer Strained Sperm Oil,
y:i " Brown Tanner's Oil,
25 " Cold pressed Castor Oil,
!) casks, 160 palls, each, puns Olive Oil,
40 baskets and 13 betlys Salami Oil,
10 grass Eng. Mustard, iu boxes, Odoz.cach,
20 casks Salarelus,
20 bags 1'cper,
20 bas Allspice,
40 boxes Taltn Soap,
'M " Variegated Sonp,
21 bales Fresh Hops,
25 gros3 Alasson's Cliallcng Lkicking,
10 bbls. Gr. Ginger,
10 " do.
1 " Nutmegs,
2 " Cloves,
S00 gross Dottle Corks,
00 boxes Lemon Syrup,
100 ' HO lbs, each, Assorted Candies, manu
factured expressly for the western trade, and
received in fine order,
20 boxes Gallon Jurs,
40 " Half do do.
00 " qt, and pt. Jars, J pt and pt Flasks.
21)0 " 8 by 10 Glass,
200 " 10 by VI do.
1(10 " 10 by 11 do.
150 ' 10 by 15, 12 by 10, It by 1 1, 12 by 19,
f M by H, 14 by 20 and 10 by 22 Glass.
Tho whole of the above jrlass was manufac
tured by Win. Cully & Co., of Pittsburgh,
on a contract and is warranted to bo superior
glas.;, and as well packed as nny lot ever ship
ped to this market. U00 Reams Assorted
i!5 cases Ruled Lettcrand Cap, assorted cjiial
itics put up in paper boxes,
ISO Reams Fancy and Finn Letter Paper.
00 " Rath Post, &lc. &c. etc.
Encourage Uomestic Manufactures.
Wholesale dealers and consumers of White Lend
are informed that bv an arrangement with mv late
partner, (Air. J. Obnrlo:.-,) in the Missouri White
Lead works, I receive all the lead ninuufai'tiircd by
lint establishment, which shall continin to sustain
by its purity and whitoae-;-:, the hL'li character it
has ticoiiirod in this nnd tho udiuiiiiu'' Slates, nuil
will lu sold on as gnotl terms as any j ure A
brought on ronsignmont to this city.
Cash paid for beeswax.
Feb. 2-i HENRY T. RI.OW
r if filial
V "i ss?,sx- v -rjSiTria
LMrOUTER, MANUFACTURER & DEALER IN
MUSIC & MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
No. 2-1, Market st., Si. Louis.
T t IIE subscriber renrrlfiilly informs his custo-
I. mors and the public generally, that he 1ms just
opened a laviro and valuable assortment of new
Music, AlcsicAi, Ini tromrnts and AIusical Mek
eiiAMnsi: of every discriplion ; consisting of supt"
rior French cornets; valvo trumpets; Cristiuan s
leuor and bass trombones, (Choll'e'a pattern) Ophe
clidos; E. &.C. Kent Riiglos, from 5 to 0 Keys
concert truiimets: bass horns, boss ami tenor
drums. French boms, concert and nast horns; iupc
rior finished guitars, some beautifully inlaid will.
pearl, ivory and silver, varying in price from $5 to
jii)0 ; violins, all qualities ; double basses and bass
viols, w ith patent machine heads Cristman's prenii-
Flulcs, from !sl to $05 ; do. clarionets,-' to 1.1
keys; double and single llagcolots ; files, vinous
kinds; metronomes; bird organs; intiMC boxes;
splendid accordcons, from 0 to 22 keys, inlaid with
pearl and various kinds of fancy wood, from 5 to
$10; violin and bass viol bows of all qualities;
reeds for claronots ; crooks and mouth pieces for
bugles, cornets, trumpets, horns, etc.; pnrtaide mu
sic desks; tuning hammers mid forks; violin bridg
es and peps; hair ana rosin lur bows; cases tor va
rious instruments ; music papers ; instruction booki
for nil instruments; patent par folio fur securing
louse music; superior violin vielinccllo, guitcr, harp
and niano forte strintrs: Also, dulcimer win . Tlit
stuck of music ; merchandise is very cxtcusn c, cm
brncinir every article nppertaininir to music.
The above stock was selected with crcat care b
the subscriber, and every instrument is warranted
correct, and can bo returned if found iiiferl'cct in
any respect. 1 hose in pursuit ot eood instruments,
w ill find it to their advantage to call and examine
this stock, as it embraces the largest and best as
sortment ever oliered in this city. A liberal dis
count made to seminaries, bands and artists of the
profession. AIusical instruments of every kind
repaired and put in proper order. dec. f.
VOCAL AND lNSlKOAlr.Nl A L AllMC.
A full catalogue of the latest and most fashion
able songs, marches, waltzes, pieces, etc., arranged
for the piano forte, guitar and other instruments :
also, music arranged for a full band: srered music
in sheet and bool-s ; ioreign music ; a splendid se
lection for tho piano forte violin, flute, etc., by the
most eminent composers ; among which are; Do Ber
iot, Lafont, Alayscder, Osborn, Thalbcrg, Auber
ml Hertzes. In addition to the above, the sub-
cribcr will receive monthly all the latest and best
music published in the 'Jniled blatcs. On Ins coun
ter may be seen a variety of musical works and
fashionable music. The followini; are nrnons the
collection, tho Boston AIusical Souvenier; Orphan
lyre, a collection ot glees ; Kingsley s social choir ;
the Odeon ; boston elce boon : music ol Christ
Church ; Catel on harmonv ; Burrow's fiano Forte
primer; juvenile singing school ; ancient and mod
ern Catholic music ; Boston Acad ; celPd ancient
lyre ; the choir; Har.:oe and Hayden ; coh d Church
music ; Look's art ot singing ; L,a lUo-jnaio or fllu
N. THILirS' Music Saloon,
tf. 20 Alarket-st.
Ilfctatilihlifd Seed Store.
GARDEN, Urassand Flowerbeds; Orntnii-iilal
and Fro it Treos, Shrulu, &o. Just receivetl
by stcambo-it Elba, and other boats, of the growth
of 1,s:l). U'hrrnnt eil new Garden Seeds. &c. Early
and lato cabboge seeds, early caulillowere, eaily ii'd i
late beans and peas oi all sorts, rauuisn, nuuc,
colery, carrots and beets of all sorts, msncl wuit-
zol for cattle, and the eelebratetl sngar uen, ctiriy
and latoturnips, rutn, bnga, parsley, squash and llie
whito solid colery, ciic'imbrrs of all sorts, early
greens, spintige, tomato and pumpkins, with a gen
eral assortment of garden seeds; timothy, blue grass,
rye, buckwheat, red, whiionml yellow clover, lur
cerne, orchard and rod lop or herds grass, fino lb-
lowlands, barley; a line assortment ol (lower so"d;
boxes of assorted sceus lor privato use, irom ifi to
25; also, boxes assorted for country merchants, all
sizes, neatly labelled and sealed. Fruit and i rna-
mental Trees and shrubs; rhubard and asparagus
roots, with a general asssorlinent of green housu
plants, bulbs, etc.
A i.so A few of the celebrated Chinese Alamhns,
or Tree of Heaven, so called owing to its growing
so tall und stately, and for iii beautiful folingo or
leaves no insects ever attack it. Also, the white
Dowering Horse Chestnut, which is so celebrated
in the eastern cities. The above oro for ornament
only, cither for street, or door yards or lawns, Al
so.'a few of the Balm of Gilcad Fir and Evergreen,
which keeps green both summer and winter, line for
planting in tho centre of grass plots or yards. Al
so, the Snow Ball or Guelder Rose, and 15 sui ts of
tho double (lowering Alt has of all colors, the Alac
lura or Osne Ornnge, fine for yard hedges; a few
of the double (lowering Almonds, and last, though
not lc-ast, 0 sorts of tho favorite Alagnolia, one plant
of which will cast its sweet fragrance through the
Persons wanting any of llio above, will Ju well to
call, as this is a fine time to have thorn planted. A
person may be procured to plant trees and fit up
yards, at a reasonable charge, at the Seed Store, No.
8, Alain Street. JOHN THORBURN.
St. Louis, April 11, 1840. 4-lf
7T,",KK-'EN Leahy given, that I will apply at
i. i the next .May iormul thu County Court, ol
ilowarii l.ouiily, lor a final s.iltior.icnt ol my ud
ininisiration of the estate of William Leu, deeeas
ed. JOHN JUNES, Adnfr.
L Lo ll
I: v.:;S (h.teiiuiu d iu the affirmative,
y. T.s 2'.'i, n --y.i 1. On motion, the yeas and im) s
having keen ri 'J'iired hy one fifth of the Senatois
piv.-ent, tho.;.' voted in the aiTiriiiative, n.i -Mi
-.-'is. li.iyaid, liilili, Jifent, Iiiown, Crur.dfurd,
CiiUs, 1'iaiil.liii, Gillaid, Giles, Giluian, Good,
rich, Howell, Magruder, Pope, Reed, liohin.-oii,
.S'uiiih of Maryland, Smith of New York, Tail,
Turner, Yamum and Worihington. Those
who voted in the iieirative, aie Messrs. German
,'ofN. Y.,) Lambeit (of N. J.) Luid (ofPa.
and Lloyd (of Mass.)"
In tho same journal, (vol. 3;) pages G12, G17,
as follows :
Thnrsilay, May 22, 1S23.
Tha fullowing message was received from tt.c
President of iho United Stales, by Mr. Julm Ad
ams, 1 1 1 .-j Secretary:
" W'a shins-ton Mai 22, 1P2-S.
I nominate, &o. WILLIAM II. HARRISON,
of Ohio, to be lOnvoy Extraordinary and Minis-
ter Plenipotentiary to tho Republic of Colum-
bia, &C, JOJCN tJUIiNUi: AUAMe).
"Salmday, May 21, lbi.S.
The Senate pjoceedct'd lo consider iho nomin
aiion of WILLIAM II. HARRISON, contain-
ed in tho message oi tue 22m inst. & Mr. Lenton
lici.y, at his request excused from voting, it wa;
(without division on the ayes find Wiys,) icsol
ved, lhat the Senalr advise and con.-r.nt to ihe
.ippoiuiaie-.it nf WILIAM II. HARRISON, a
jri,r.,iby to the nciiirintion."
jJOTICE is hereby given lo nil whom
LS cou.-frn, that 1 .shall cpidv ti the
Lourt ol Kaie:.d;ili County, i-.t llio next
I'erm thereof, fir a Final settlement, Ui
if the estate uf Rebecca llerrine', decea-e,l.
S.VAl'L C. DAV1ES, Ex'r.
.March 21, lIO. ,U
Ovl 1 1
MIE suhscriheri haviir
3 i. Uli Vj.
' established ihenisclvc
K SACKS of the celebrated North Red River
iJ Bald Spring Wheat, just received from tha
North, weighing 05 pounds to the bushel, and pro
duces equal to fall wheat. Also, seed barley, buck
wheat, rye, Scotch potatoes, oats, 41 pounds to tho
(jur-.hcl, raised in this vicinity, with a general assort
ment of garden and grass seed "warranted fresh,"
for sale at tho Established Seed Store upon his own
ti in! al.
North Alain Street.
April 11, 1910. 4-tf
(lasuow Insurance Company.
f S "MIE capital stock having been paid in, agreca
X b!y to the provisions of the act of incorpora
tion ; this company is now ready to effect Iusuraneo
upon tho variuus descriptions ot property subject to
loss or damage by fire or water. Remittances by
mail, specie or bullion.
It will also undertake the collection of Notes,
Drafts, or Bills of Exchange.
JAAlhS EA1UCK.50N, IWt.
WM. F. DUNNICA, Secretary.
Umbrella ami Parasol iUaiiul'ac-
NO. 29, MARKET STKEF.T, St. LoUIS.
WHERE can be found a large and extensive as
sortment of Silk, Gingham and Oil cloth um
brellas : also plain and (igu red Tarasols of every
style and finish, somo with rich fenrl and Ivory
handles, manufactured especially for the retail trade,
and will bo sold by wholesalo or retail at Eastein
prices, adding the transportation ot stuck &c. &c
Country merchants are invited to call and examine
Alnrch 21, 1-tf. N. PHILIPS, 23 Market st.
JUST finished, the most cxtensivo assortment
ever oilcrcd, some very chaste and ciejant pat
terns, ut prices varying from $1 50 to ifi'i 00, for
sale very low by M. I'lilLll S,
'4 market--; ,st. Couis.
:m. It) 10.
crt tho said
1 it appearing
a tliis cnute
i ordered by
i cc. riailo in
, I Sieel, you
: i;!l, Clinton
,i:iim need an
CaiT.t'Siup;, l-'i;ov Oil Cloth, &v
respecllui.y invito vi-ilersto the ci ! r, lo e.vmnnc
their Miii U prcviotts lo purchasing el -i where
Ti.i ir cuiun .ioii with r.Mi i, -ive iiiipor'in Lou-e
iu l'hiladelphia and New Orli'iim. wiil i..-ure lu
i hem a run -'ant supply of l!.,; newest cad most
fa.shioii'.b'e article-! iu tlieir li::.;.
'I'hey have now mi h:iel, ju-:t received, Carpc-L-iiig
of the loll nvii.g d-scriptio:i '
1'nisscls l-:t, willi h jrdciiiig ;
Imperial !! Fly ;
Siiperlhie Ingrain ;
Fine and Ex Fino do ;
Damask and Plain Yi nctiun ;
1-1, 1 and 5-b wide ;
ith Turkish, Wilton and Briissid Rugs, to uialrh.
Floor cloth, Buizc, Furniture, Oil Cloth, Stair ruds,
evrrv variety uf price, Door .Mats, &c. &c.
FLOOR Oil, CI.MTH, from II feet lo 21 feet wide
suitable for I'a rlor.s, Hulls, &.C which w ill bo cm
to order, for any room within tho size of 21 by (ill
feel, which, with superfine, lino und common cloth
table covers, and every olher nrticlu pertaining to
th busiaess-aro oliered low on pleasing terms.
AIACAULEV & SON.
No. 51 North Aiaiu street Saint Lojiis.
Alnreh L'l. l"l(l. tf
STATE OF MISSOURI County t,(
In tho Circuit Court, Janurry
Fielding Cockrill, Clinton Codkrill )
and Felix U. Cockrill i
Robert Steel, defendant. !
VTOW at this day comes into r
Ll pi lititili-j ty their Attorney, t.
to the Court here that tiie pr ici -cumiot
be bu'i'ved on the said dv:'s .
on irolion nf the said phiintiii's, i
the Court, that an order of public:,
tho following form, to wit: To I
are hereby notified that Fielding 1
Cockrill and Felix G. Cockrill, In.
actum agaiustyou m the Uircuil (.u.itot l.aiido.pn
County nnd sued out a writ ol .iitik!, incut against
you anil attached your propir'y n :ceerc li.e sum
of twenty-.sci en dollars and twenty cents, und thai
unless you aj iieur at the next term ,,f li.is Court,
which will commence on the thnu -con Ly m Alay
next, on or below the ti.ua ih.y o: cm, icrm
juiigmcul will t,o roinlcrci i:gun-.t you and jour
iirojicrty sold to satisiy me same : tiu it is lur
:r ordered by the Court here, li,;-. ihis notice It
piihli-hcd iu toiiiu newspaper print. d in ihii Slate
four weeks successively before tho conum. ueciiieul
of ihe next term cf th,s Court, Ij v.-hich li.ue lhi
c;.uo i i continued.
A true copy of the onh?r,
51 Ttc-ste ROBEI'.T WILSt 'N, Clerk
il'rif W. t.':tla.;;5-tn,
ATTOIl.XKY AT l. W,
.-.'AIN'T LOUIS, y.).
.Mesoi-:. II. N. IUws & Co. u. J.o:,U, Mo.
" John Riggin it Uroihcr, do
' James Lyman &. Co. do
" J. Ii. co Al. Camden, do
" Clark, Van AIcn&, Co. do
" Slrolhcr.'Holcoiube, Si l.'u do
" Huoper, l eek it Stales, Gakna. lit.
" Barry &, Hur:t, Ih-itimon;
Duct. David Keener, do
Messrs Hall, & Co.
tl cargo Handy, Esrj. Viatadeli lia.
Stephen F. Nidelet, Es.. do
John Al. Chiipron, E-i. do
Alters Ri' hards, King.,land Si Co. New Yoik.
" Oakley, Johnson oi. Clark, do
" Fettiboiio & Long, do
Levis G. Irving, E-q. do
n s z: v
V A IV T ti i)
At Persons in.debted to us ato rcipiire,! to
make payment bv tho loth nf April, oll.er-
wiso w-i bhiill Lc compelled to n-r coereive uieab
jrcs. JOHN R. WliriTC,
IAS. H C-imMM'iS.
Favotte, Mirch 21, 140. 1-tf
Walthr G. Chiles,
John AL Bell,
John P. Alonms,
April 4th, 8410.
P. R. Nou-lin.
WM. D. SvVlNNEV,
John Al. Feazle,
J. T. Cleveland.
3 Prizes or !OsOOO.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
For the benefit of the Saint Louis ltosjital,
EXTRA CLASH NO. 17. for 110.
To be draw n in the city of St. Louis, on Thursday
April 30th, 1940.
Drawing superintended by the Hon. Al. P. Lcduc,
J. Clemens, jr. bsq. and Col. Joseph C. Laveillo.
D. S. GREtiORY, & CO. Alanagers.
H C 11 E Al li .
27814 Prizes amounting to 236,337
Tickets only $5,00; Halves $2,50; quarters
$1,25. Orders from nny of the adjoining IStatcs
promptly and confidenlially attended to, and .state
ments of the drawing forwarded to each adven
JAMES R. MrfiONALD, St. Louis.
Agent for the Alanagers.
John F. Iai'lv,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ST. LOUIS, Alti.
Ofiico on Pine, between Alain and Second strce
.1'('iuiiieKlc & Way,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants',
WHOLESALE and RETAIL GUOClUiS,
No. 72, Frunt street, ST. LOUIS, AlO.
jj MIE undersigned having been discharged and
.1. exempted from arrest and imprisonment, by
Christopher I'. Brown, Esq , Deputy Clerk of the
llov.ar.l County Court, until the cud of ihu next
lormef the Circuit Court of Howard County, here
by untitles oil persons concerned or interested, that
ho will apply on tho 3rd day of the next April
Term i f the Howard Circuit Court, for a final dis
charge. JOHN II. WINTER.
Ahiich 2S, H10.-2 5l.
rglJE subscribers have removed from ihrir old
J stand and have taken lh.it recently occupied
by Air J.W.Paulding,
No. CO, Main ktiuxt, Nr, Louis,
where they have, and will continue! to keep, ii.ir;'(,
k fashionable assortment of 11 i'l'.-J &, CAPS, which
they offer on the most rujuunublu terms.
Country nicrchantaie unit..,! tj cull aaJ t.-.i.m-iii
their stuck before puici.u .iag,
NR. Huts and Co pi of anypalicin made to
ui Jcr on short notice
LELnil (OVER & LOi-'H.
St. Lctiij, Jlurch, 1510. iy.
ESooLs :uil Stationery.
J . C. 1 1 IN' A I E H , C O .
SAIST LOl'lS, MO.
Invito the attention nf Country Merchants, Tublic
' iiiieers, Teachers and the public, to their exten
sive stock of
SCHOOL BOOKS, BLANK lioOKS,
PAl'ER & STATIONERY, penerally,
Comprising the largest block ever oliered in .Suint
Louis, which they will sell at the lowest prices for
Cash or for approved city paper, on a liberal credit.
They have also on hand a lunre assortment of
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, und Wall paper,
which they will sell at grcutly reduced prices.
Wa rch j 1 .JSUh ' tf
Allison fc Tanner,
HOUSE AND SHIN PAINTERS.
HAVE pemmntly located, and are now prcpured
to exocuto all kinds of I'uinting, in jjood
Style, and on very reasonable terms.
P. S. Orders from those residing in the adjoin
iug counties will bo ulteuded lo with punctuality and
N. B. Faints ready mixed kept constantly on
baud, uml for sale low.
April 1U1iJ.810. 4.li.
THE THOROUGH BRED HORSE
t i: i ir n k ii ,
(fty Sir Ai'cAiY,)
ILL stand Ihu piesent season at the tablo
of James Bradley, five milci north ivrst of
liochcport, uiul near Ceo. Aimer's, F.-q For terms,
ce bi!L. JOEL rREWl PP.
April 4th, 1 10 a -3