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THli Hc;.!A6E OF JUSTICE. '
Yncbv compilod, from YBiious oourves, tho
following disiiiteroslcd teetunonlftU, which Wore
onxTinnited from their several auihore by the lot
if pntiiotissn, vakr talents and tucco&s of Gon.
Bat)iiijji, long hefore he was nainod for trie Pro.
eUoncy, etui in times which ought to givo them
weight sufficient to benr down fell the petty calutn
n:.M and quibbling objections which party malig
nity riny now presume to forgo against the war.
orn end time honored patriot and soldier.
Th'j authorities we. pvesont ogainst the puny
attache of Loeo-Foco Fedoralisin, and which we
hall stereotype os an impregnable barricade a
gnicst All opposition, re no loss than the Con
orssOT xnx Uhitsd States, the LtnisLATuiiF.s
Ot Isdiasa, and of Kentucky, Jamrs Madi
10, James Mosroe, Col. Richard M. Johx
so, Amtboiit Watse, Lakodos Cheves, St
os, Surest Got. Sbf.lbt, Com. Perbv, Col.
CnoeuAK, Col. Davies, and others, including
tn the illustrious catalogue even I hod as Kitchic
We bein with the testirrony of Col. Richard
M Jonssox, now Vice Preeidont of the United
Col. Johnson said. fin Congress)
"Who U Gen. Harrison! The son cf one of the
niggers of the Declaration of Independence, who
pnt tho greater part of his large fortune in redeem
rag the pledge he 'then gave, of his'fortune, lifeand
acred honor, to secure the liberties w his coun
try. 'Of tV.e earner of Gen. Karrison I neeJ not
epeak the history of the West, is his history.
Fur forty years be has been identified with its in
terests, its pcrrile and Its hopes. Universally be
loved in the walks of peace, and distinguished by
hi ability in the councils of his country, he has
ttten yet more illustriously distinguished in the
"During the late war, he was longer in active
service than any oilier General officer , he was per
)aps, oftcntr in action than any one of them, and
Mver sustained a defeat."
J.iuts Maimsos, in special messace to Con
gress, Doc. 13, 1811, said,
While it is deeply lamented that so many vulu
ubiti lives have beio lust in the action which took
jitare on Ihc 7th ultimo, Congress will see with
citi&fr.ction the Jimmies spirit of fortitude vieto
riousiy displayed by every description of troops en
paged, as tsell as the collected firmnfss ickich ditlin
ruithed ih;ir c ommander on an occasion requiring
iht utmost exertions of wlour and discipline.
James Madisos in his messaso to Coneress,
" An ample force from the Slates of Kentucky
Ohio, Pennsylvania, mid Virginia, is placed, witii
ino addition of a few regular under the command
f B.-igndier Gen. H aukison, possesses the entir"
confidence of his fellow soldier", among whom are
vl'.itoiis, sume of them volunteers in the ranks, run
Iws distinguished hy their poliiical stations tnan by
their, personal nciits.
In Mr. Madiso.n's message of Dec. 1813, the
ontplime.it was extended, ts follows :
The success on Lake Erie having opened a pas
age on the territory nf the enemy, the ofricer com
minding tho Northwestern arms, transferred the
nr timber, und, rapidly pursuing the hostilo
troop, fleeing with their savagu itssociute, forced
i general a.Hion, which quickly terminated in thr
snttire of'ihf) Eritish, and dispersion of the savage
Thif result it signsl'y hmnralk to Major Gen
rAL Ba'.hisos, 9j jc:ijjC military taicnli it was
The following tributp of praise was paid lo Gen
entl Harrison, i.'i JS11, by eleven uf the officers
who fought under his banner at tho batltle of Tip
jecanoc: "Should otr country again require nur eervices to
oppose a civilized or a savage foe, we should march
under Gen. Harrison with the most perfect con
fidence of victory aud fame."
JOEL COOK R. B. WJRTOM. NATHAN AD
AMS. A. HAWKINS, H. BUIICHSTEAD. HOSEA
FLOOD, JOSIAH SNELLtNH, 0. BURTON, C.
FULLER. G. GOODING, J. D. FOSTER.
Extract of a letter from Col. Davies, who was
killed at the!iittl of Tippecanoe. Aujr. 21, 1S11:
" I make free to declare that I have innpined
t?icre were two military mciiin the West, and Gen.
Harrison is the first of the two."
Mcssrre cf Svii;oii Smdcr, Governor of Pa.
I'ec. 10,"ll3. '
" Already i-: tho hrnvv bf the young warrior,
froglin, eticircl-'d with laurels, and the blessings
if t!ious".nds of woman and children rescued from
the scalping knifu of the ruthless savage of the
vildernes, and from the still more savage Troc
lor. rest on Harrison and his gallant army,"
Tn the Legiaturo of Indiana, on the 12th Nov.
2 -ii. the Spanker of the House of Representatives.
Gen. Win. Johnson, thus addressed General Har
rii' The House of Representatives of the lu-
fliir.a lerritnrv, in ihcr own name, uud in behalf of
their ci rutit' ciiii, wot coraially reciprncaie the
engrat:!at:ons i.f ycur Excellency on the glorious
vsmi'-. "f 'he. sanguinary conflict wi:h the Shaw
rec I'r..u!i't. and tho tribes of Indi.ina confederated
ith iiir.i; when we see displayed in behalf of our
rmirf.ry. n.it only the consummate abilities of the
g'jiinra1, but the heroim of the man ; and when we
tiV.e into vi-w the bc-neiiis which must result to
fit,, -e.v.ii'rv firm those exertions, we cannot, for at
fi:i.irnt, withhold our meed of otmlause."
T!:e follj-.vin? resolve of both lictses of the
I.'gV.luturc of K'ntucky, will have a similar
effect on the nerves of those who circulate the
elsmlcr respecting the "white hoise," cud the
fall of the gallant Col. Daviess :
Is-ciJature r,f Xrnlucl.u. Jan. 7. 1S12,
Resolved, Bv the Sonata and Hmie of Rcpre
fcntstives of tho State uf Kentucky, tint in the hte
eampaien ajain-t liie Indians upon the w a bash
Gov. Willium Ilenrv IlnrrUori has behoved like s
hero, a patriot, and a generul ; and that for bin cool,
de'iberate, skilful and gallant conduct in the battle
of Tipecsnoe, he well deserves tUe warmest thank.'
of his country and his nation.
Gen. Anthony Wayne, in his Letter to the Sec
retary of War, givinrr an official account of his
fantrrinary Indian Battle, in 1792, said :
'My faithful and gallant Lieutenant Harrison,
rendered the most essi-ntinl service, by c unmutiica
tin my orders in every direction, and by his con
duct and bravery, exciting tliu troops to prjs for
Tho follow! r..i resolution, which passed both
houses of Congress, with but one dissoiuing voice,
is calculated to nmke the ' peuicoat fctl-
suoh slanderers Citn fttl any thing hut the lash
"Resolved bv the Senate and House of Represen
ta'.ives of the United States of America in f.'ongrcs
assembled, That the thanks of Congress be, and
t!;ey are hen by, presented to Major General Wil
Ita.n Henry Harrison, and Isaac Klielby, late Gover-
fi.-iro:' Kentucky, and, through them to the officers
sr,d men under their eoir.iiiaud, for their gallantry
andgor.d conduct in defeating the combined British
and Indian forces under Major General Troetor, on
'he Thames, in Upper Canadn, e.r, ti e filth c!uy ot
Oct 'br.r, or.o thousand eight hmidicd end thiricen,
capturing the Briiisli army, with their bggago.
rauip cqnipatrc, and trliilery ; and that tho i'resi
dent r.f the United Slates be requested to cause two
gold inecels tn be struck, emblematical of this tri
umph; and presented to General Harrison and
Isaac Shelby, late Governor of Kentucky.
Speaker of ll.e Huusu of Representatives.
Pmsidcnt of the Senate, pro lempere.
April 1, 151"3.--Ajyrovcd,
Gov. Ciie'by to S?r. Madison May IS, lfjl I, says:
I f'sc! no hesitation to dee! are to you that I btiliexe
fj'ri. T'tVe'i .r. ''.r-Ktaf frst v.i.'ila'y rnr-re-
-Col. Rcl.nrd M.. Jobnsoe, to fieiv Ilurri-iOn, Jul;
4, 131.1. say !
" We ihJ not toant la Ktrte tender ootciirdt or Irof
tort j but under one IJirritun who had p oved him-
to be tcme, prutknt and oravu.
Commodore Porry to Cioneral DarrLson, Au
gust 18, 1317, enye:
"The prompt charge made riy yun in mo nmcr
of battle on discovering the position of the enemy,
has always appeared to me to havo evinced a Ait
dtsrre nf military talent. 1 concur with the vener
able Shelby in his general approbation of your con.
duct in that campaign."
The opinions ol tho Hon. Lanodom Chetes,
of the importance of the victoiy of the Thames
and the bravery ol Uen. W iiliam Henry IIak
risom: "Tficviitory of Tlarrison, iratsuchae would hate
ftturcd to a ioman General in Ihc best days of the
Republic, the honors of a trtumph! He put an end
lo the War in the ttperm:tst Canada."
Sentiments of the Hero of Fort Stephenson,
Col. Croghan, now of tho War Department:
I de-ire no pluudits which are bestowed upon
me at the expense of Gen. Harrison.
"I have felt the warmest attachment for him as
a man, and my confidence in him as an able com
mander remains unshaken. I foci every assurance
that he will at all times do tnc ample justice; end
nothing could give me more pain than to see his en
emies seize upon this occasion to deal out their un
friendly feelings end acrimonious dislike; and as
long as ho continues, (as in my humble opinion he
lias hitherto done,) to maKcthe wisest arrangements
and the most judicious disposition, which the forces
under his command will justify, I shall not hesitate
to unite with the army in bestowing upon him that
confidence wtiicn he so richly merits, and which has
on no occasion been withheld.
Lastly wo come to the neat compliment ol
Thomas Richie, Editor of tho Richmond Enquir
er, the leadine organ of the Coalition in the
South, who now brandishes his old "chupeless
sword with two broken points," and threatens
devastating war upon the conqvorer ef the llrit.
tish and Indian CoaVworiOl the West! In
Richmond Enquirer said:
"General Harrison's letter tells us every thing
thnt we wish to know about the officers, except him
self. He does justice to every one but Harrison
and the world must therefore do justjee to tiic man
who was too mouesl to be just tu himself.
Corns to Ihc ESccord.
The following is the record that Harrison
litis been honored with the confidence of every
('resident of the U. states from the organization
of the Government down to the nildoption of the
'spoils system, Alter lelerrnig to the joint reso
lution of Congress, approved by James Monroe,
arid re published in another column of to-day's
paper, we quote liom the Executive Journal ol
the United States Senate, 1789, to 1S29, inclu
In the Executive Joumul, 1791, pecre SG, we
find the following ;
butted States, Oct. 31, 17U1.
Gentlemen of tho senate : Certan offices nav-
trig become vacant since your last session, by
death, resignation, or appointment to other offi.
cers, of those who held them, I have, in pursu
ance of the power vested in mc by the constitution,
appointed the following persons to fill these va
cumJes, vi2 :
First Recitement Infantry.
WILLIAM II. HARRISCLX, Ensign, vice
In tho same Journal, page 88. the following:
"Monday, Nov. 7, 1791.
Tho Senate procc-ded to consider the nomina
tion of the President of the United States, con
tained in his message of 3 1st October, 1791: end
resolved, that they advise and consent to the ap
npointment of the persons therein named, to the
offices lo which they are respectively notninatecd
In the same journal, 1793, page 132, the fol
lowing: "United States. Feb. 22, 1793.
Gentlemen of the Senate: I nominate the fol
lowing persons for promotion and appointments
in the Legion of the United States, viz:
WILLIAM H. HARRISON, Lieutenant, vice
In the same joninal, page 134. the following :
Saturday, Feb. 23, 1793.
The Senate took into consideration tho nits-
sage of the President of the United States, nomi
nating for promotions aid appointments in the
Lesion of the U. buitcs.
Eesuhcd, That the Senate advise and consent
to the appointments respectively, agreeably to
In the same journal, 1797. page 250, the fol
lowinz: "United State, July 10, 1797.
Gentlemen of the Senate: 1 nominate the
following persons for promotions and appoint
ments in the Army of the U. States.
Fiiist Regimen t or Infaktkt.
wil.JjI.i.vi it. liAtuttou, van'ain, vice
Kingsbury, promoted. JOHN ADAMS
On motion, it was agreed, by unanimous con
sent to dispense with the rule, and that the said
nominations bo now considered. Whereupon,
llesulvcd. That the Senate do advise and ton-
sent to the appointments, agreeably to tho nomi.
In tho same journal. 1799, page 282.
"Tuesday, June 2d, 1798
The following written iiicssnge was received
from tho President of the U. States, by Mr. Mai-
com, his Secretary :
Gentlemen or the senate : I nominate, occ.
WILLIAM II. HARRISON, Esp. of Virginia
to bo Secretary of the Territory Nurthwest of the
River Ohio. JOHN ADAMS.
Thursday, June 28, 1798.
The Senate took into cousideration the message
of the President of the U. Slates, of the 20th in
stant, and the nominations contained therein, &e.
llcsolccd, That they do ndvise and consent to
the appointments, agreeably to tho nominations
In the same journal, 1S00, pnge 203, the fol
"United States, May, 12. 1800.
Gentlemen of the Senate: 1 nominate WIL.
LI AM 11. HARRISON, of the Northwestern
Terrrtoiy, to be Governor of the Indiana Terri
tory. JOHN ADAMS.
"Tuesday, May 15, 1S00.
The Senate proceeded to the consideration of
tho message of the President of the U. States, of
the 12th instHnt, and the nomination contained
therein, of WILLIAM II. HARRISON, to office,
Resolved, That they do advite and consent to
the appointment, ngreably to the nomination.
In ilie same journal, 1803, page 441, the fol
"Thursday, February 3, 1803.
A written message was received fiom the Pre.
sident of the Un;H Sloths, by Mr. !flwis, his
"Pr'ulay, Fvbruary 4, 1803.
The inefwnfii of the President of tho United
Statf-s, communicated on 3d February, was read,
B3 follows: Gentlemen of thoSenaie: 1 nomi
nate&c, WJ1LLIAM H. HARRISON, to be
uovernor of Indiana Territory, from the 13th
lay of May next, when hia present commission as
Governor will expire.
WILLIAM HEINKY HAKK1SON, of Indi
ana, to be a Commissioner to tnttr into amy treaty
or treaties which may be necessary with any In
dian tribes Worth West of the Ohio, and trithin
the territories of the U. S. on Vie subject of their
boumlarics or lands.
"Tuesday Feb 8, 1803.
She senate resinned the consideration of the
of February 3, nominating John Martin Baker
and others, to civil and military appointments;
and resolved, tnnt they mlviso and consent to the
npupointiiicnts, ngrccnble to tao nominations re
In the same loiirinil, (vol. z,) migcs 44, 45,
the following :
'Monday, December 15, 180G.
The following written message were received
from the President of the U. Stale., by Mr. Coles,
his .secretary :
loiue senate oi tne u. cuntcs: vncancics
having happened during the lust recess of the
Senate, in tho following offices, 1 granted com
missions lo the peisons herein named, to each re-
respective vacancy; which commissions will ex
piro at the end of the present session of the Sen
ate. 1 now, thcrelore, nominate the same per
sons to the same offices, respectively, for nppoint
WILLIAM II. HARRISON, of Indiana, to
be Oovcrnor of Indiana.
Wednesday. Dcr. 17, 1605.
The Senate rcsuxed tho consideration of the
nominations contained in the message received
from the President of the United .States, on the
lath inst. and resolved that they advise and con.
sent to the appointments of B. Livingston, M
McClary. P. Cuitenius, P. I,. Shenok, J Bar-
nes, W. W. Purker. J. Page, W. Dmham, E
Mounger, WM. II. HARRISON, &c, agreeably
to their nominations respectively.
In tho same journal, pages 130, 131, the fol
Tuesday D)cemler 19 1809.
Tiie following written message was received
hom the 1'iesidcntol the United states by Mr,
To the Senate of the United States: The com
missions heretofore granted to the following per
sons ocing limited in their uuiation and now
about lo expire, I nominate tlio.it to the same
office respectively annexed to their names:
WILIAM II. HARRISON, whose comniis
sion as Governor of Indiana Tertiary 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 mes
age of the President of the United States of yes.
teiday.nom.nating Joseph Crockett and others, to
office. Whereupon resolved, that they advise
and consent to the appointments of John Wil
lard and WILLIAM II. HARRISON agreeably
lo the nominations respectively.,'
In the same journal, 1S12, page 296, 300,
308 the following:
Monday November 9, 1812.
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 who.se names are stated in the list
annexed to the enclosed letter from the Secretary
of War, for ihe promotions and appointments res
pectively proposed, &c.
November 9, 1812.
"War Department Nov. 9, 1812
Sib : I have the honor to propose for your.
probation, the following promotions and appoiu
ments in the Army of the U States.
v . tus 1 IA.
"Indiana Teiitory WILLI AM II. IIARI-
SON Brigadier General, to rank from the 22nd
Wednesday December 2, 1812.
The Senalo resumed the consideration of cer-
ain military appoint nents, named in the last-
imentioned message, and resolved, that the senate
do advise and consent to the appointment of
WILLIAM II. HARRISON, agreeably lo the
In the sumo journal, 1S13 pages 329, 330, the
Saturday, Feb. 17, 1S13
The two following messages were received
from the President of the United Slates, by Mr.
Coles, his Secretary :
To the Senate of the United States : I nomi-
note Brigadier (Jeneral James Wilkinson, Briga
dier General Wade Hampton, William R. Davy
of fi. Cailolina, Morgan Lewis now (Juarter Mas.
ter General, WILLIAM II. HARRISON, of In-
dinna Territory, and Aaron Ogden of New Jersey
to be Major Generals in tho Army of the United
States, &c. JAMES MADISON."
February 15, 1813.
Monday, March 1, 1813.
The Senale took into consideration the message
of the President of the United States, of the 27th
February, nominating James Wilkinson andoth
ers lo oil'tces.
On the question, 'will the Senate advise and
consent to tho appointment ol WM. II. HAKK1
SON'? It was detetmined in the affirmative,
yeas 23, nays 4. On motion, the yeas and nays
having been required by one fifth of the Senators
present, thogo voted in Ihe affirmative, are
Messrs. Bayard, Bibb, Brent, Brown, Crandford
Cults, Franklin, Gilluid, Giles, Gilman, Good
rich, Howell, Magruder. Pope, Reed, Robinson.
Smith of Maryland, Smith of New York, 'I ait
Turner, Varnurn and Worthington. Those
who voted in the negative, are Messrs. German
(of N. Y.,) Lambert (of N. J.) Leid (of Pa.
and Lloyd (ol aiass.)
In the same journal, (vol. 3,) pages G12, 617,
as lollows ;
Thursday, May 22, 1828
Tho following message, was received from the
President of ihe United Slulcs, by Mr. John Ad.
ams, his secretary;
' Washington May 22, 1S28.
I nominate, &r.. WILLIAM II. HARRISON
of Ohio, to be Envoy Extraordinary and Minis.
Icr Plenipotentiary to the Republic of Colum.
Dia, CkC. JUtl.N mUIiNOY AHAJYIS.
"Saturday, May 21, 1828.
The Senale proceedeeel to consider the nomin
ation of WILLIAM II. HARRISON, contain
ed in the message of the 22nd inst. & Mr. Denton
being, at his request excused from voling, it was
(without division on the ayes and nays,) reso!
veil, that the Senate advise and consent to the
appointment of WILIAM II. HARRISON, a
jriM'!y to thf niivns;im."
C'hrnp Cash Store.
. ; GEORGE V. OIVENS '
HAS concluded to do a Cah iwit'iou in the
town of Fayette, where he has sold goods for
six or eight years, on as long credits as any hoUsr
in the country ; therefore, he hopes to gel a rail
from his ole customers, and the. public in general.
ashn is determined to sell st a price that all dealers
will lie satisfied to pay iasa.
The present stock is renewed will all kinds eif
trimming, isugar, Cofli-e, Spun Cotlnn, Palm
lAxf Hals, tyc.
Purchasers from ft distance mayNalways be
suited; a large stock will be kept constantly on
hand, arrangements having been made to receive
new good every month as thn demand increases.
dbUUUE W. CilVlilNS.
Fayet'.e, May 2nd, 1S10. 74t
N. H. All persons having notes or accounts due,
will please pay as soon as possible. G. W. G.
I!E eleventh-session nf Fayette Academy
will commence on the Fourth Mnnriai ol
April. Terms, fur Mathematics sntl Classics, its
heretofore. A few additional -students can be fur
nished with rooms and boarding bv the Principal.
, A "PATTERSON.
Fayetto, April 4th, 1840-- 33
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TTENI) particularly to sales of Tobticcn, and
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" Erskine & Eichelherger, " Baltimore, Md.
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" Duval, Keighler & Co.
" Connoly & Elder, New Orleans.
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April 4tli, 140. 33
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r"HlS House, situated upon the State road be-
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tor the reception and entertainment or the travel
The cant about " plentiful table" "Market nf-
torn "Uaretut ami attentive Ustiers," it is
thought best to omit. J. T. CLEVELAND.
Hazel Kidge, March 1, 1S4U. 01
(Cf ffYf lbs good Merchantable Pinir
JJkJ.F wanted in exchange for Buoks
and Stationery, by
TOKSW.'LL. t THUKSION.
No. 132 Main Street, opposite the State Bunk
St. Louis, Mo.
April 4th, 91-10. 3 ly
IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Win. Lockridge, Ad
1 ministrutor of the Estate of Robm Harrison
lecea-ed, will inn ke application at the next term of
the County Court of Randolph county, for resigna
lionol his Auiuibtratorshipor sunt iitate.
April 18th, 1S10. 5 :t
jVJOTICE is hereby given to ail whom it may
1, i concern, that I shall apply to the County
Court of Randolph County, at the next regular
Term (hereof, for a r inai settlement, as Lxecutor
of the estate of Rebecca Herring, deceased.
SAM'LC. DAVIES, Ex'r
March 21, 1840. 41
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No. 2-1, Marktt St., St. lsit-
rPHE subscriber respectfully informs his eus.o-
X mers and the public generally, thit ne nas jsi
"pe:icd ft large and voluahle ftssortaient or r-sw
Music. MrBrrAT. I ath i: ME nts and Musical Mer
chandise or every efiscription ; consisting or snpi-
rior French cornet; valvs trumpets; Cristmau s
tenor and buss trombones. fChofiVs mtlern) Ophe-
elides; E. & C. Kent Bugles, from 6 to 0 keysj
concert truinnets: bass horns, bass anil tenor
drums. French horns, concert and Dost horns; supe
rior finished iruitars, some beautifully wlnnl wiui
pnarl, ivory and silver, varying in price from $0 to
$i)0; violins, all qualities; double basses anil b-
i'hiIb, with patent inachinfi heads Lrisiman s premi
um Flutes, from SI to 103 : do. clarionets, 5 to lo
;eys; doublo and single flageolets; life, various
sinus; nietrenomes; Diru organs; mu-i?
splendid accordeons, from 6 to 22 keys, inlaid win
pearl and various kinds of fancy woiiJ, from 5 to
iSUI: violin and bass viol bows of all qualities:
reeds for claronets; crooks and month pieces lor
bugles, cornets, trumpets, horns, etc.; portable mu
sic desks : tunimr hammers and forks; violin brielg
es and pegs; hair snd rosin for bows', cases for va
rious instruments music papers; instruction dookj
for all instruments; patent par folio for securing
loose music : superior violin violincello, cuitar, harp
and pinno fortq strings : Also, dulcimer wire. The
stock of music ; merchandise is very extensive, em-
liracinrr every srticle anneitaimiie lo music.
The above stock was selected with rrreat care by
the subscriber, end every instrument is warranien
orrect, and can be returned if louncl mperteci in
any respect. 1 hose in pursuit of good instruments
will find it to their ndvantorje to rill and examine
this stock, as it embraces the largest and best os-
sortincnt ever onered in this city. A liberal dis
count mode to seminaries, bands and nrtists of tne
profession. Musical instruments of every kind
repnirfdond put in proper order. dec. 9.
VOCAL AM) J N ST It Uitl JOVIAL .UUNU.
A full ralultiffiie of the latest and most fashion
able songs, marches, waltzes, pieces, etc., arranged
lor the piano forte, euitar and otiier instruments:
also, music arranged for a full band: sacred music
in sheet and hooks ; foreign music; a splendid se
lection for the piano forte violin, flute, etc., by the
most eminent composprs ; among which ore, De Her
iof, Lafont, Msysedcr, Osborn, Thalberg, Auher
and Hertzes. In addition to the above, the sub
criher will receive monthly all the latest and best
music published in the 'Jnitcd Slate. On his conn
ter may be seen a variety of musical works and
fashionable music. The following arc among the
olleclion, the Boston Musieal Sourenier; Orphan
lyre, a collection ol glees; lungsley s social choir
ihe Udeon ; Uoston glee book; music ol Chris
Church ; Catel on hannonv ; Burrow's Piano Forte
primer; juvenile singing school ; ancient and mod
eru Catholic music ; Boston Acai ; coll'd ancienl
lyre ; the choir ; Handle and Hayden ; coll'd Church
music ; Cook s art ot singing ; LaMoinue or Mu
K. PHILIPS' Music Saloon,
tf. 29 Market-st.
I'mhrella and Parasol .Tlanufac
JCO. 23, MArtKET STREET, St. Lol'IS.
T XJ HERE can be found alargeai.d extensive as
T V sortmenl of Silk, Gingham and Oil cloth u in
hrellas: also plain and figured Ttrasols ol" every
style mid finish, some with rich Pearl and Ivory
iinndles, manufactured especially torthe retail Iradff,
md will be sold hy wholesale or retail at Eastern
prices, udding the transportation of stock Sic. &c.
Couuirv merchants are invited to call and examine
March 21, 1-tf. N. PHILIPS, S3 Market st.
"ff UST finished, the most extensive assortment
9J ever oltu'ed, some very chaste and decant pat
'ems, at prices varying from SI nO lo SO 00, for
sale very low by N. l'H I LI I'S,
23 Markct-st St. Louis.
STATE OF MISSOURI Couaty of Randulpli s
In the Circuit Court, January Term. 1840.
fielding Cockrill, Clinton Codkrill 1
and Felix G. Cockrill ( Attachment
Robert Steel, delendant. J
TVTOW at this day conies into Court the said
X 1 plaiiitilis bv their Attorney, and it appearing
to ine ioort nere that me process in tins catiM'
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, to wit : To Hubert Steel, you
ire hereby notilii-d that Fielding Cockrill, Clinton
Cockrill and Felix G. Cockrill, have cummenred an
action aguinst you in the Circuit Court of Randolph
County and sued nut a writ of Attachment uguinsi
you and iiltachi'd your propery lu secure the sum
of twenty-sBven dollar ami twenty cents, and tl a'
uiiIks you appear at the next term of lias Cu.iit,
which will commence on the third Monday in M
next, on or before the thud day of said lerui,
judgment will be rendered against you and your
property sold to satisfy the sime : ond it is fur
ther ordered by the Court hers, that Ibis noiiee
published in some newspapei printed in this S au
four weeks successively befoie the coiniceiicemeni
of the next term of this Court, to which time this
cuute is continued.
A true copy of the order,
51 Ttesin ROBERT WILSON, Clerk.
Weorjfc V. Callahan,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
.SAINT LOUIS, MU.
Messrs. II. N. Davis &. Co.
" John Uiggin Si Brother,
" James Lyman & Co.
" J. B. &. M. Camden,
" Clark, Von Alen & Co.
" Stiother, llolcoinbe, eSt Co.
" Hooper, I'eck i Scales,
" Barry & Hurst,
Doct. David Keener,
Messrs llull,& Co.
George Handy, Esq.
Stephen F. Nidelet, Esq.
John M. C'hiipron, Esq.
Messrs Richards, Kingsland Si Co,
' Oakley, Johnson & Clark,
" reltibono Sl Long,
Lewis G. Irving, Eq.
rIHE subscribers Uve removed from their old
J stand and have taken that recently occupied
by Mr J. W. Paulding,
No. 86, Main kthket, St. Louis,
where they have, ond will continue to kep, a large
k fashionable assortment of HATS Si CAPS, which
they offer on the most reasonable terms.
Country merchants re invited to call and exam
in thfir iock before purchasing.
N B. Hats ana Caps of any patterns made to
order on short eotice.
BELT2 HOOVER !U ROBB.
t. LonK Mi-rfh. 110. iy.
Fifnbliftuc4l Seed 8krv
1 ARDEN, Grass and Flower Seeds; Crrania-nra
T and Fru it Trees. Shrubs. &c. Just received
hy steniiiboit Elba, and other boats, of the growth
of 1809, warrnnlcd new Garden Seseds, etc. Early
ud late cabbnee seed, early cauliflowers, amy and
late beans and peas of all sor's, raddish, lettuce,
celery,, carrots and beets of all sorts, mangel wurt
lel for cattle, und the celobrated ttgar beet, etrly
and late turnip, rula bga, parsley, squash tod the
white solid celery, cucumbers ot en sorts, esriy
irreens. SDinnire. tomato and pumpkins, with t g on
crsl assortment of garden seeds; timothy, bluegrtsc,
rye, buckwheat, red, white snd yellow clover, lur
cerno, orchard and red top or herds grass, fine fn
lowlands, barley; a fine assortment ot flower
boxei of assorted seeds for private use, from (3 lo
25; also, boxes assorted for country merchonts, all
sizes, neatly labelled and scaled. Fruit and cms
mental Trees and shrubs; rhubard and asparagus
roofs, with a general asseorlmcnt of green houso
plants, bulbs, etc. -
Also A few of the celebrated Chinese Alsnthus,
or Tree of Heaven, so called owing to its growing
so toll and stately, and lor its ncsutitul foliage or
leavcsnn insects ever attack it. Also, the white
flowering Horse Chestnut, which is so celebrated
in the eastern cities. The above aro for ornament
only, cither for street, or door yards or lawns. Al
so, ft lew ot the tlaim or micaa rir ana evergreen,
which keeps green both sumrnorand winter, fine for
otantinc in the centre of grass plots or yards. AW
o, the Snow Ball or Guelder Rose, and 15 sorlsof
ihe double flowering Althas of all colors, the Msc
'iira or Osage Orange, fine for yard hedges; a few
uf the double flowering Almonds, und list, though
lot least, 0 sorts of the favorite Magnolia, one plant
if winch will cast its sweet fragrance through the
Persons wanting any of theabovf, will do well to
rail, as this is a fine time to have them planted. A
person may be procured to plant trees and fit up
yards, at a reasonable charge, at the Seed Store. No.
3. Main Street. JOHN THORBURN.
St. Louis. April 11, 1840. 4-tf
( Celebrated Wheat.
ilK SACKS of the celebrated North Red River
alJ Buld Sprinu Wheat, iust received from the
North, weighing (15 pounds to the bushel, and pro
duces equal to fall wheat. Also, seed barley, buck.
wheat, rye, Scritch potatoes, oats, 41 pounds to the
bushel, raised in this vicinity, with a general assort
ment of garden and grass send "warranted fresh.
for sale st the Established Seed Store upon his own
North Main Street.
April 11. 140 4-lf
Glasgow Insurance Company.
I MIE capital stork having been paid in, agrees
JL b!y to the provisions ot the act of incorpora.
tion ; this company is now ready to effect Insurance
i pun tha variousdescriptions nf property subiect to
loss or damage by fire or water, remittances by
mail, specie or bullion.
It will also undertake the collection of Notes',
Drufts, or Bills of Exchange.
JAMES EAKICK5QN, FresT.
WM. F. DUNNICA. Secretary.
P. R. Nowxin,
Wm. D. Swjn.net,
John M. Feazle,
J. T. Cleveland.
Walter G. Cuiles,
John M. Bell,
John P. Morris,
April 4'h, 8410.
SEAKCEY, MANNER & SE3REE,
HAVING aasocciated themselves together for
the carrying on of the
in all its branches, and baring located themselves
permanently, are ready to execute any work which
may be entrusted to their hands.
Having devoted themselves to the above business,
a siifliiuent. time to become familiar with the differ.
ent branches, they trust by proper care and atten.
lion, (winch they promise; they will be enabled to
give general satisfaction.
N. B. Ladie's Cloaks, Habits, ic. made to er
der and in the best style.
Cutting of all descriptions done on ft abort
A share of public patronage is respectfully
Fayette, March 28th, 1340.
'IHIS celebrated foal-getter will stand the pres.
X ent season, at my residence in the vicinity of
Manchester, St. Louis county. Mo., twenty miles
from the city of St. Louis, and will be let to Mares
at $25 for the season. The season has cominencd
aid will expire on the 4t.Ii of July next. Gohanna
is now a tried and approved Stallion. He is the
ire of Mary Randolph, Tobacconist, Juliana.
Veto, Julia Burton, Rolla, Tyrant, Mary Bell, and
i host of other Race Horses, loo numerous to men
tion. He is also the sire of Jonh C. Shcpperd'e
Terrific, out of Black Maria, Sic.
April 4th, 1840. 3 7w.
John F. IDarbv,
ATTORNEY AT LA IV.
ST. T.niIIS. Mfl.
Office on Pine, between Main and Second stree
iH'Ciunncgle & Way,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
WIIOLESA LE and RETAIL GROCERS;
No. 72. Front street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
r PHE undersigned having been disr.horged and
X exempted from trrmtnnil imiinnn,.ni k.
Christopher P. Brown, Esq , Deputy Clerk of 'the
Howard County Court, until the end of tho n.tt
term of the Circuit Court of Howard County, here-
ii-, nm mi persons concerned or interested, that
mo w,U apply .on the 3rd day of the next April
If-nn i t the Howard Circuit Court, for ft final dii.
Vre ,o. J0HN H- WINTER.
Maech 28, 1340 2 St.
Hooks) and Stationery.
J . c . i i a 1 1: s , & co.
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
Invite the ftttention of Country Merchants, Publio
Officers, Teachers and tho public, to their exten
sive stork of
SCHOOL BOOKS, BL ANK BOOKS.
PAPER & STATIONERY, generally,
Comprising the largest slock ever offered in Saint
Louis, which they will sell at the lowest prices for
Cash or for opproved city paper, on ft liberal credit.
1 hey have also on hand a Urge assortment of
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, end Will paper,
which they will sell at greatly reduced prices.
March 21, 18-10. tf
Allibou & Tanner,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS,
HAVE permantly located, nd ro now prepared
to executo all kinds of Painting, ia good
Style, and on very reasonable terms.
P. S. Orders from those residing in the adjoin
ing counties will be mended tu with punctuality and
N. B. Paints ready mixed kept constant'v (,n
hand, and for sale low.
April 1 Mi, 1840. 44
THE THOROUGH BRED HORSE
by Sir Archie,)
WILL stand the present season at the stable
of James Bradley, five miles north west of
Rocheport, and near Geo. Miner's. Esq. For terms,
see bills. JOF.L PRPWItt
A.'iiUth, I MO.