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FAYETTE, MISSOURI, JULY 19, 1810.
OirONE PRESIDENTIAL TElt.MJZ)
Proponed by General Jackson Dissuaded In Van
imren iiib 1'Enrr.K vui estaijiisn if by the elec
ts r . i it. J
lion oj uencrai riAnmsoN.
THE TRUE REPUBLICAN TICKET.
Willi nin Henry Harrison
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
John Tyler, of Va.
Fur Elector of President and Vice President of the
' PHILIP COLE, of Washington.
JOSEPH C. BROWN, of St. Louis,
SAMUEL C. OWENS, of Jackson.
STEPHEN CLEAVER, of Rail.
Nominations by the Whiff Contention of Missov
ri, assembled tn the ('ill) o Jefferson,
Monday, October iUl, 139.
JOHN D. CLARK, of Howard County
- FOR, LIKUT. GOVKUNon,
JOSEPH BOGY, of Ste.CTencvieve.
EDWARD M. SAMUEL, of Liberty.
GEORGE C. SIBLEY, of St. Charles.
FOR TilK STATE SENATE.
t'OR TUG HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES.
HENRY W. KRING,
AZOR R. ANDERSON.
JAMES II. BIRCH.
"Save liinierir who ran."
JUDGE REYNOLDS HAS BACKED OUT FROM
DR. REDMAN'S ODIOUS CURRENCY
I!ac desertion ol" his friend in
Howard, and in the Stale!
(fc-We publish to-day the reply of Judgo Rey
nolds, to those citizens of Monroe who had cate
chized him on the question of the Currency Bill,
and hope our friends will give it wide circulation.
and upon the wings of the wind spread it to every
corner of the state. It has covered the office-hold-
crs in this place with confusion and consternation,
and as will be observed, appears in the Democrat
without even an allusion. How they grated their
teeth upon its reception can only be inferred fron
their sending it to the world still-born, without no
tice or endorsement.
The leading friend of the Judge, in this county
arc strongly committed to the bill, as reported to
the House of Representatives by Dr. Redman ; and
his leading friends in the State are committed to it
as it passed the lower brunch of the Legislature
The leaders here were hence thunder-struck when
the Monroe chatechism made itsappearance, and by
artful language undertook to convey the impression
that the Judge could not receive it in time to pre
pare an answer. A letter was also despatched, and
published irt Monroe, creating the sumo impression
but Judire Reynolds is an old and sly fox hud
traversed the sta'o from one extreme to the other.
and ascertained for himself that he could not pad
the odious bill, and hence his reply silently published
in the Democrat in which ho tukes off hi hat und
very quietly bids it good bye, and in langusgo which
none can misunderstand, exclaims at the top of hi
voice "&ave himself who can."
This was exceedingly unkind in the Judge, and
we assure him his friends in these parts will curse
him in their hearts from this until the election, he
having forced upon them the necessity of eating
their own words and fucing to the right about, or
going for a ticket which carries wuter on both
shoulders. They may decide this matter just us
they please eat their own words face to the right
about carry water on both shoulders curse Judge
Reynolds go for all the odious currency bill, or a
small part of it back out, as their great lender and
champion has been forced to do, or stand up to the
rack -they may do either or all these things, and
yet our prediction will stand the same they are
doomed to encounter the lasting curses of an honest
and indignant people, and look in the face a Whig
majority in Howard on the first Monday in August!
We therefore conclude this racy and hasty arti.
clo, by calling particular attention to the answer
under consideration. We ask the voters to look at
the prohibitions, the oaths, the indictment, the
depositing of FREEMEN in tho JAIL and PENI
TENTIARY, the forfeiture of office, and other
matters which fill up Dr Redman's currency bill,
and then read the reply of Judge Reynolds, which
medestly contends for confining tho banks nf other
States to notes of the same size issued by our own,
and expresses his DISAPPROBATION of every
thing else. In fuct, he expressly says " would
make no distinction between our bank and thou
of other Stales, und thus aroid retaliation' the
very identical doctrine contended fur in the hand
bill of Mr. Kbinu, and for publishing which he has
been so much slandered and abused !
The truth is, Judge Reynolds is out against the
entire bill of Dr. Redman, to part of which being
fortunate enough to procure his endorsement. This
much, then, has been accomplished fur the people
of Missouri by tho ardent and untiring efforts or
tlie Patriot Whigs of the State, and we give them
eternal honor for their all embracing and important
Will Dr. Redman support his own bill, or iheback
oul proposition of Judge Reynold I And what will
the other locc foco candidates do 1 We pause fuf
AN Honest .MAN Again Persecuted.
07At Franklin, on Wednesday lust, in the pub
lic discussion of the Currency Bill, a controversy
grew up between Col. Birch and Dr. Redman, in
relation to tho wording of the new U. States Bunk
notes. As stated in the following certificate, Dr
Redman culled upon Mr. Cooi'Kii fur one of the
notes nf said hank, and in an exulting und cheerful
tone read it off "the Bank of the United St iles oj
Pennsijhania." The exact language used by the
Ductor in the flourish of trumpets which succeeded
die above niiounct:uitntl will nut be reported, but
the note found its way (o the J.umUuf CM. Ln.cn,
who inslauliy exposed the fuLehoud, uud in I. is pie-
rncc and that of I'll? assembled multitude, took the
following certificate, which will speak Ibr itself
with ail hnnorablo men.
"Wo whoso names are hereto subscribed hereby
certify that, near Franklin, on the 15th day of July,
1840, Dr. J. W. Redman called upon Joseph Cooper
if nana mm a post note on the linnk or the United
State., (No. 222, letter F. Sent. 1, 1838.) nnd that
he (Redman) read it, and stated that it read "(he
Hank of the United States of Pcnnsyhania." All
of us have read said note, (most of us on the spot,)
and declaro thnt it .lid not nor does not so read.
J. P. LANCASTER,
T7JAIAS W. PATTEN."
This certificate was taken noi for tho mere
purpose of railing Doctor Redman still clo
ser to tho counter. lie is already unlr the
counter, and this mutter is exposed fur no other pur
pose than to put people upon their guard in relation
to olhcr notorious fabrications for a man who
will read falsely frrm one document will read false
ly from another and who can conceive the private
meanness of a man who will expose himself to be
oroved a deliberate LIAR in the face of the multi
ludo, and from tho public hustings !
This, however, is only a part of tho knavery
which this man has been detected nnd exposed.
Awaro that tho people vrcro nearly tired of the
slung whanging of such men as himself, and that
they had commenced calling for " documents,'
has carefully prepared an old book, in which he has
ns carefully pasted all the falsehoods and slanders
which appear in tho Hickory Club, ond other kin
drcd prints, and actually draws uut the scrap book
referred to, and attempts to impose it upon his IV
followers as documentary evidence. This is no fi
lion, but can be proved upon him by citizens from
ill parts of the county !
It is in. necessary for us to call particular atten
lion to tho names appended to the certificate abovi
published. Those ofMessr'. Robiuson, Settle, Switz-
ler, Walker, Stipe, Riddlcsbarger, and Patten, nn
known to the whole county; nnd Mr. Lancaster.
who is something of a stranger, is the eloquent nnd
popular minister of that name, who happened to be
present. v e also take Uie liberty ot returriug to
tho whole body of citizens present, among whom
was Dr. Lowry, nnd several other leading friend:
of Mr. Van Lurch's administration.
H.ivina omitted to mention, that CjI. B. tie
dared to tho face of Dr. R. nnd tho assembled
multitude, on Wednesday, that lie should read
the loresoing statement at event public esseni
blase from that day until the day of the election.
l-r Uie purpose ol protecting himself nnd his
tends (includin Oen. Harrison.) Irom the elloct
of any nnd every thing else depending on what
ut. l. might assert or even, read hcrealier, wo
now make loom to add, that this publicly convict
ed liar and slanderer had not tho assurance (even
with oil his recklessness) to get up and follow
Col. B. at Franklin, (as had been ncreed upon)
nnd wholly faded to meet him at Chat Hon on the
next day! 1 his will explain whnt was whispered
about at Franklin during tho evening that Red-
man must be held back for the futuie, and Dr.
Lowry and Mr. Jackson, of the Bank, or Mr.
Boon, of the Land office, must take the held. The
arrangement was carried out. The cashier of
iho Bank went up and publicly entered the
field, us a stump speaker, against Birch, as the
f resident ol tho Bank had on the day before
The people will make their own comment on the
first Monday in August.
MORTGAGING THE BANK OF MISSOURI
, to HIE
LORDS AND LADIES OF ENGLAND.
The following is the vole of the two ouscs on
Dr. Redman's Bill to sell our state bonds in Ens.
land. The bill and vote have both been public
ly 1 : - . . r .i ,
iy reau in every section oi me coiiiay, uy ono ol
the Whig candidates, and will continue to bo read,
but we publish the vote for the information o( such
as have not, or may not be lib c to ntiend tho "a-
thonngs. We will but add that the amount au
thorized to bo. sold was about two millions four
hundred thousand dollars, out of the live millions
of our bank stock and that it was done by the
saino men who made such a clamour nainst the
luto Bank of the U. S. bocauso these sumo "Lords
and Ladies held 7 or 8 millions, out of thirty
five millions of its stock! Consistency, thou art
THE VOTE IN THE II. R.
AYES. Messrs. Ashhy, Atchison. Bullincer.
Bowring, Brudshaw, Brown of F., Canole, Caiuie-
lux, Carson, Chiles of F., Clark ofL., Currill.
urduf M., Dcthernce, Elstiin. Kuloe. Emmer-on.
Emmons, Fisher, Frost, Kulkerson, Core, Hancock,
ickox, Holliui.m, 7ud.sMoth. Hurdles. Huston.
Jackson of A , Kiucheloe. Muson, Miller, Minnis,
Montgomery of B., Montgomery of F., Morin,
Polk, Redman, Reese, Russell, .South, Williams ol
Lr., Williams of JJ., Williams of V B., Wood
son, V niin!rol L,-and Mr. Sneaker 17.
NAYS. Messrs. Hiwas, limth. lion a. Brown.
)f S., Hart, Uuroee, Hurei.harlt, Calduxll. CasUr-
uhen, Caulk, Clark of St. Louis, Coulter, Card, ol
l-ullcrlun, Geyer, Gordon, Hall, Ilxnis; Hid,.
man, Hunt, Jarrell. Jones. heltcu. .17,,. 'has.
Ian, Morris, Ncllnrtoa, t'enn, Persi-i-ur.
'rail, Priaim, Richie, Rollins, Sai-ninalon. Tiiu'mn-
son, Wright, uud Young of C Hi.
THE VOTE IN THE SENATE.
YEAS. Messrs. Alford, Ashbv, Danlbrlh. De-
guire, Gilliam, fHasco-k, Gurlmu, Grimsb y, Vun
ler, Jones uf C, McDaniel, Miller, Morin, Monroe,
.Montgomery, JNoland, I'eiin, liuwlins und Sieri-
NAYS Messrs. Bvr.1, Canubcll, Con-'er, Darbii,
Icnlru, Hialt, Jones of 1'., Mauriu, M.-laaiu.
'rati, Turner und Hulls 12.
These inaiked in italics aic Whigs lheoihe:s
iOco s. it is thus seen, that it was cuiricd by
locos, the few Whiirs who voted lor it oil resid.
ing in that section of tho State which was inter-
sted in procuring stock on iilmosl any leans
all winch to set up another blanch. Who an;
io British Banu party? Acis not words.
w e rejoice to add that the bonds could not be
sold in England, notwithstanding tha high rate
of interest alluwcd. Wo are thus clear of a
British bunk, in Missouri, thus far. but no thanks
to tho locos, who offered them the bonds of the
Slate, and who have paid the Peesidunt thousands
for taking them to litem, ulb it ho was unable
to sell them. If the people upprove theso things,
they will of course again yoio for Dr. Redman
nd the gentlemen associated with him on the
THE VOTE ON THE CURRENCY BILL.
In the Housepace 380.
Aves. Messrs. Acock, A.shby, Atchison, Bui
iger, Brown of Franklin, Canole, Cmnofax,
Chiles of Franklin, Chilis of Jackson, Clark of
Linn Corrill. (tie Mormon,) Cow.in.of Wavne.
DetliUiige, Elslon, l'iiiuie-30ii, I'i.lui, Kiost,
1'ull.i.iiori, Hancock, Harrison, llickox. Hole-
mini, Iloliniuii, uslon, Jackson of Audrain,
Jackson of Howard, Kemp, Kincnelio, Mason,
miner, minnis Montgomery of B., Montgomery
of P., Morin, Polk.' Redman. Rees. Russell.
Smith, South, Thompson, Watson, Williams of
u. ij., Williams of V. B Wilks, Wright,
Young of Lafayette and Mr. Spenker. 48.
Noes Messrs. Biggs, Bogy, Booihe, Bowring,
Brndshaw, Hurt, Burgee,, Burckhnitl, Caldwell,
Carson, Casterphen, Caulk, Clark of St. Louis,
Coulter, Curd of Callawny, Curd of Marion,
Knlri!, Emmons, Fullerton, Geycr, Gore, .ill,
arris, ickman, Jarrell, Jones, Kelly, Man
ning, McLean, Morcliead, Morris, Nctherton,
Ponn, Persigner, Pratt, Piimm, Richie, Rollins,
Sappington, Young of Callaway 10.
Absent, sick Air. Hudspeth.
Absent Messrs. Brown of Scott, Gordon and
In the Slnati:. rAfiF.On.
Avfs Messrs. Alford. Ashbv. P.vrd. Dnnforth.
Gilliam, Oorhnm. Morin. .Monroe' Mntiimnnnrv.
Nolnnd, Prnn, Rawlins, fsCotl and Thompson 11.
Navs Messrs. Campbell. Conger, Darbv, Gen
try, (4inscork, Orunslov. II-inter, fvail. Junes of
Cooper. Jones of Pilio." Muimin. McDaiiii-l. Mali-
vain, Miller, Pratt nnd Walls 10.
Absent, Messrs. Dcguirc and Turner, with leave.
Mr. Slcrigere r-igncd.
THE CANVASS BRIGHTENS.
We have letters ami statements from various
'pmrters, ami can assure our fi ioiuls that, unless all
appearances arc deceptive, tbero arc tho strongest
grounds for hope that, we shall carry Missouri.
Reynolds has again been beat down in face to
face encounters wiih Clark, as we aro assured not
on.) uv our u n, uui me correspondence or our co -
temporaries, and' again, at our latest dates, he had
fallen in his rear, and was trnitiriT the man who!
. . . '
linil proven himself so much Ins overmatch.
In a letter to a friend in this place, Gen. C. him
self alludes to this gross and cowardly unfairness,
and speaks of his determination to force the Judge
to go along with him from Morgan throughout the
South Western Counties, or at all events to keep
him oft' bis trail. Such a course hns become abso-
lutcly necesnry in reference to a man who, as pub
lished in the Correspondence of '.he New Era two
weeks ngo, denounced even the quotations, to the
fairness of which his neighbors of the Central Com
mittee, had plei'ged their names and their honor,
.is "a pack of federal lies!" Such a man, by such
means will win the olfice of Governor (if ut all) at
a sacrifice which no one fit to till it could be forced
to make while the honorable and manly course of
Clark, has reared up for him friends in every
county similar to those ho lias left at homo men
who will voto for him as well because they can
honor and trust him, as because they believe him
best fit to fill the station of Chief Magistrate of
Courage, friends ! Two weeks jiohe and ij
your canuiduteis even beaten (which tee donol be
lieve) he w ill coma out of the contest with clean
hands, unsullied honor and with the proud con
sciousness that the flag of the Whigs has not been
tarnished, but rendered brighter by his bearing.
.Vi7 desperandum .'
WHO REFUSES TO SPEAK?
D3" All our candidates ore now before the
pcoplo in plain and explicit language, and it re
mains to be seen whether tho Loco Focos who
chargo every thing and prove nothing who
charge tho Whigs with concealing their principles
whether thty will come forth and condescend
to lift the veil from their faces. Tho people will
not tako theso men on credit, and they had as well
unmask themselves at once. Let us have their
views upon one term and a four years tenure
upon a new and properly guarded National Bank
upon Mr. Van Buicn's army bill and upon
tho currency bill distinguishing whether they
are for the bill as introduced by Dr. Redman
or us amended and voted for by Mr. Rawlins
or in accordance with the Jueifc out proposition of
Judic Reynolds. The people aie determined to
ivc the views of the Loco Focos on these pro
positions at least, and a l others which they may
deem interesting. Come out gentlemen, in black
SAVE HIMSELF WHO CAN.
Oic of the Parly already gives it vp !
D3"In our lust number we requested the
Whigs to make a dold cuakge upon the reck.
ws nnd bragging Loco Focos, and predicted
"clinging and knuckling," instead of "insult nnd
dictation," before u week. Two days, instead of
a week, mule ,i:ood our assertion in the person of
Mr. Owen Rawmss, who read from the journal
on Monday, ot Mahsiiali.'s, to show his vote in
opposition to one of the most obnoxious sections
of tho currency bill the investigation oi" which
has aroused tho entire pcoplo ! Three wicks
go but few knew, and u till .smaller number
believed, that the representatives of Howard had
ntrodueed and voted for a law to put free men
IN JAIL for oll'uiiiig or receiving an Indiana,
Illinois or Kentucky note ; but the Whig
candidates have proved it upon them, nnd the
locos ore literally (lying before the indignation of
a highly insulted people ! !
We urge it, therefore, upon the Whigs to
huige tho bragging luco focos. Prove to
tin voters that our line n picsenlalives voted
fur a law to p t them IN JAIL for offering to pay
or receivo a non-spacie payinu bank nolo. Show
ip the ruinous t' ndency of this disgraceful mea-
ure, and our guess for it, the people of Howard
will permit these curiiencv tinkers to remain
at homo not ONE, but ALL of tlu-m. We go
for a clear deck.
THE DEED IS Du.NE!
The Sub Treasury bill, passed the House on the
30th ult., it having previously passed tho Semite,
mid now only requires the signature of the Presi
dent to become a law. Thus one of tho mo-t odi
ous and ruinous measures ever proposed to a free,
sovereign people, has Uen forced upon us. The
last St. Louis Argus, proi luims its passogo with
the cut. of a Log Cabin in ruins ut the heud. Very
emblematic. A mure true und striking picture
could not be given, of tho effect this si-home will
have upon tho Log Cabins ol tho country it will
;auu their downfall, their ruin. Murk this pre
diction, ye who live in Log t'ubins unless this vile
measure, bo blown up, the measure will blow vou
up, uud unless Vun Eurcn's udmiuisliulion be blown
up it will continue in full futcv.
CO'-lhB Inst IVmocrat nllccli to de-ire thnt
"honest men" may ho elected to the Legislature,
from whom n committee rnny bo selected tn examine
into the books and papers of tho Bank. Of course
ut. Jtertman wilt sua thorn, after readintr the state,
ment of Col. ratten, nnd othfr.. ;
Its indirect insinuation nirninst Col. Kirch omrht tn
sink its cliarnctcr f.,r rairness with all honornbl
iii'-ii wiiu mi.. hum--i.ir ii is out inn common sen
timent of all. that the county of .iwnrd does not
possess a citizen more wholly irreproachable, on
ino senro or personal honor, than James . Birch
UJ" The construction which the Democrat
iinderlakcs to place upon the notice taken by Mr
Krino, of iho notorious interference of tho office
holders in our elections, is unfair nnd uiiiiist--ns
no man of sense- can enme to tho conclusion that
a -public candidate, in speaking of the public
couivsn of individuals, intended to implicate their
private characters or feelings. The article in the
Democrat is therefore no go, and must heap nil
ditional disgrace upon ils authors.
LOCO FOCO MEANNESS.
The following; statement, mav be relied inwm. and
suuom manne fit; eheel: ol every Iruicst J.oc-o. will
si, nine. Whm a party, or set of men are driven,
to tho perpetration of such dirty nets ns blowing or
cannoi'S, dcstruvinir banners, fee., it. is l.ii.b tioir
the more reHi-dinu uorMon of the eoniinuniiv slim. I, i
appiy me proper rcmeuy.
to the runt.ie.
I in the ni.'lit ol Ju V ut i. inv mill was rnVivd
by some ruliian, ami a banner with the iuserinliun
"Harrison cc ller on it. wlm-li I had hung on:
upon tho outer wall", was f.doniou-lv purloined. I
..IT or... .. . ... . . . '
dont know who therojue or rogues are, bu, ns I
1 lusiunea me uoors ut the null that ni rut, it. tnusi
j '"lvo hrRn f"ma person, who was Mnncwhat nc-
' me premises. .M.lln.l 1 p
ipiainted with the premises. Not tint 1 place so
vnlue noon tho banner, but I wish to let the
world know, how menu some men nr", when thev
seo defeat staring them in tho face, that I thus make
this public statement. I wish to have this net o!
petty meanness recorded, so that ufler the present
political cxeitcment is over lean revert, to it ns n
specimen of the spirit which characterises a party
struggling io retain power, by such contemptible
j ",rans. The fact is, the Logos, arc so hard pushed
about these tims, that wliat few good cpialilies they
nave, are cnmpieiciy subdued tiv their morn numer
ous and strong bad ones, sud therefure their real
meanness will show itself.
Keytosville, July 10, Hill.
By a Idler to the Editor, we bear thnt our I. 'c
Cabin candidate for Governor, is still battling for
the rights uud interests of tin? people, in t,,. XoivU
Western portion of the Stale, with sihtis to tin
;auao nnd honor to himself. Hu sp,)!;i at Warsaw,
Benton co. on the llthinM. Judjc Reynolds was.
at that time, with him. They were to proceed iln
next day to Polk co. The General is in hinii
spirits, nnd commences ;.is labors each inoruiii '
with increased confidence.
THE ' C AG E DC A N 1) 1 1) A T E" II I s" ' FEDER
ALIS.M," HIS "I M IliiClLITY," IS -AIJ.
OLITIONISAl" IS -CuXSCIENi'E COM
Tho shamtlcss slanderers of General arrisun
have already bewailed the day that they aroused
tho sleeping lion. 7is speeches at .Columbus and
Kurt Meigs, his Idler to Williams and to Lyon
(the last uf which was published in our last, and
the three first to-day) will annihilate the ht hope
uf the men who seek to represent llac ird Count -not
on their oirn merits, or ihe propriety of their
own measures but because they have boon mosi
loud in their slanders of the soldier and statesman
of Ohio! Let them be read and handed fron.
neighbor to neighbor until the day of the election
WHIG barbecue" at IJlasgow.
It will be seen by reference to another column,
that the Whigs are to have a Barbecue in the very
heart of Loco Focoism, and that unlike our oppo
nents, they have invited ALL to partake of the
waiers oi mo neeiy, ana without charge. "Ken.
der good for evil," say they, and not (because out
opponents saw proper to exclude us fr-.m their
festival the other day) prohibit them from porta,
king with us, as neighbors. This is right, and a
party possessing such a spirit must, and will,. sue
ANOTHER GATHERING ' 6F THE FREE
The Wlii.js of Northern Missouri are to have n
great meeting on the liSth nnd 'D-h inst. at 7iu
nibal. Go it, ye Whigs, the spoiU mou already
Mr. Daw son, agent for the St. Louis Bulletin, i
now in town, und may bo found at Air. andley't
Hotel, for a few days. The Bulletin, is, next to the
Times, the best paper in Missouri. Col. Churchill,
its editor, Is "a gentleman and u scholar," and hi
paper is characteristically correspondent. Mr
Dawson, informs us, that the Whigs in tho upper
counties, from which he has just returned, are daily
adding strength to tho cause buth by renewed ex
ertions and constant accessions.
FEMALE SCHOOL IN FAYETTE.
We arc much gratified to notice, by an adver
tisement in another column of to-days paper, thnt
Air. Patit-eson, has so far yielded to the ivishe
of the citizens of this to.vn, as to consent ic
ostublish a female schoul iiere. Such an Institution
is most assuredly required here and our citizen
should loe no time in elleotini Ibis purpose.
fjrOur 'pure blooded" eorre-pondent n.u-t r -cuse
us. Nothing in reply to so dirty u concern a
tho " Hickory Club" can appear in our columns. i
is even blacker than the subject of which he treats.
Several communications are oinitii-d today for
want of room. Our correspondents mast ex -u.u
us for u few weeks.
Harrison at the Baltic Ground. A distin
guished gentleman, who attended the late c-tlcbia-
lion at Fort Meigs, writes as follows to the
Wheeling Gazette in relation t) Gen. ll.uilsun'.s
great speech on that ocnsiou:
In n Gen. Harris ju arf.se, in answer to tin
call on him, no ear ever heard such ucnl'eninsr
shouts as were sent up from ihat multitude. They
were repeated again nnd again, until the heaven:,
themselves seemed riven. When these had reus
cd, aud i looked at tho stand and beheld his yen
erablc form, firm and etect, his eye lighted up n.s
if with the fire und order of battle, and heard his
clear, strong voice, how much I pitied ihe wretch
cd l;its". tiers who daily rcpicsent him us a poor do
crepit creatine in the last days of dotage. I wish
evety voter in this country could h ivc been pro
sent and heard his address. lie alluded in li elin
and eloquent terms to the early history of that b.a
tie ground, and dwelt, witii much feeling and put.
riotism, on tho character und merits of Wayne,
tho field of much of whoso fume miila be seen
from ihe stand. He then spoke of our Constitution
and its powers, expounding it to the aiisf.i. tion ol
all who heard him. I!j then gave a full and
clear expression of his opinions upon the le.uliin;
topics that divide the people uf this country. 1
listened to him with inoie pleasure ihan I ivi r did
to any other man, because found him w hat had
hoped, and all that had hoped. N j less the
gallant soldier now than in ihe i!,iy s uf h'.s youth,
and mi ley, a profound olal.-c.uii than llicliit l
lieu of ihe co'iiitiy.
GEN. HARLISON'.S LETTER TO JUDGE EER
III EN, FOUND.
We take from the Charleston Courier the follow
ing letter, written by General Harrison, on the llh
of November, to Judge Berrien, of Georgia.
This letter knocks the last hope from under Iho loi
tering Loco-focus. As General Harrison has within
tho lust montn endorsed all his political opinions
formerly expressed, ho stands now before the
American people, not only pledged tn go as far as
Mr. Van Buren will go in discountenancing any at
tempt to disturb the rights of thn South oil the
question of slavery, hut to go a great deal farther;
lor Air. Van Buren ncrrr has denied Iho constitu
tional right of Congress to abolish slavery in the
Uistriet uf Columbia, w ithout consulting either the
inhabitants of the District, or thoStutos of Viro-inia
and Maryland. Petersburg Intel.
Copy if a letter from General Hairisonlo J. M
Her ricn, E:a.
Nt:.i: New Lancaster, Mi Nov. 1u8(J.
Aly Dear Sir This is tho first day of leisure thnt
I have had sinea I had tho honor to rcciiveyour
letter of the nihil September and I avail myself ol
it to answer tho three rinnstions vou nrunose to me.
and which are in tho following words, viz :
1st. "un the l.ungrijss of tho United States, con-
islentiy with the Constitution, abolish sluv. rv
ither in Ilia Stiles, or in tho District of Colum'
lid "Do not good faith and the peace nnd Inrmri-
ny ot the Union require that Iho act for the
mproinisc ot tho 1'ariif. coimu uilv known us Mr.
Clay's bill, should h curried out. :icciin!iii.r in ii.i
pint and intention? j
lid. '-Is the principle pruelaiMcl by the dominant j
party, thnt. 'thospuils belong to tlie victors, ' con-1
i'tintwiih an hones!, nnd oaiio'ic ai'ministraiiuii I
of Iho Ollico of l'rii e,:t Ol' tie! I'.h'mI States." I
I proceed to answer llioso u i.-s i ,,, - in t!,n onlnr
thev are nroroie i
1-t. I do not think thai. Conres. ran abolish, tr I
ui uuy manner inienerc wan 'lav. ry as it exists in
tin.' S'ates, hot i.p' ii the iioiuic.-ition of ii,c tf-ates
ii' r aboil-h si ivery in the J'i-tr;i'i ut' Columbia.
w itiioul. the c..nswit ul the states of Virginia uud
.Wary land, and the people of the District. The first
would be, in my piiiinn, a tnli.abie violation of the
v-onsiiiiiMon ami iuo lat:rr, a Invticli u! faith to
wards the Miiics I have mentioned, who would cer
tainly not have made the ces-ion, if tjiry had sup
posed that. it. would ever be used fur a "purpose so
different from that which was its uhioct, and so in-
uriuus to them, us tho location of a free colored
popui i'ioii, in the midst ot tbe-.r -lave Roiiulatiuu ol
be suu,e description. Nor do I believe that l.'on-
;re-s cuiud deorive tho uoou u of iho Liisirict. nf
.'oluiniiia, of their properly, without their consent,
i would be reviving tho doctrines of the Tories of
i rent Britain, m relation to the nov.nrs uf
I nrliaii.cnt over the Colonics, before the revolu
tionary war, and i.i direct hostility t.u the nrincinle
idvancud by Loid Iji.auiani that "what wns mini's
wn, wa s absolutely ami exclusively his own, and
mid not be taken Irniu him, without his consent,
iven by himself, or bis legal representative"
'J.l. tiuod faith and ihe peace und harmony of the
ni'.n do, in my u pinion, icquire that, '.lie comprjm
i.; of tho Turin", known ns Air. Cay's bill, should
bo carried out according to its spirit mid intention.
o.t. I uni (leeoleiiiy ol opinion, that the power ol
itii.initinrtit to uiu.jo vested in tiio Executive of the
tilted Slates bv the Constitution, should be used
with a single eye to tho public ud vantage, nnd nut tu
iromotc the interests ut a part v. lmloed. that the
side.U of the United Sulci should belong to no
lou are at liberty to uso this letter ur any pur
se you may think proper.
I am, dear sir. with gre.it regard and consider
ation, Your humble servant,
W. H. HARRISON.
STATE OF THE BANK OF THE STATE OF
AllscsOUif, AND ITS BRANCHES, ON THE
THIRTIETH OF JUNE, 110.
Rills dis'tcd at parent
banl; l,-!7-,117 30
ut br. Fayette l'H,7 !) 09
at br. Palmyra, C7.0.J9 Sj-l.ri3i.TiHi llil
Loin on Slate Bonds at
parent bank MO. (100 nil
Domestic bills uf oxchan 'o
ut parent bunk 1 0,70.0 12
ut br. Fayette 17,7'iO UU l-'0,olD 12
suspended debt ut parent
bank G0,l!)l 59
nt br. Palmyra 9,11)0 77 71,0s2 o0
Real Estate a', parent
biul. .01.01)9 10
ot br. Fayette 7,010 tiv!
at br. Palmyra -1,310 H 00,301 0.0
Personal property at
parent bank ' 29 50
at br. Palmyra o CO 31 00
Expense account at
parent hank 10,7 IS -1 1
ul br. I'nyeito y.U! 7-t
at br. Paimyia S.UIM 03 20,:l SO
Duo from banks at
parent bank 201, H2 -:?
ni br. Palmyra 09,117 37 2.00,030 20
Protest account ut
parent bank 23S 97
at br. Fajetto -1- 00
ut br. Palmyra 73 UG7 70
-state of .Missouri at
Bank notes on band of other banks-
ut pari'in bank
lit br. Fayetto
ut l.r. Palmyra
i3, 203,700 0-
LI A MiLli
; owned by
State 9i:i,0u3 01
23;l,l20 00 1.1.02,-1-3 01
1.102, 1 20 71
Do. by individuals
Treason r United Stales
n t parent bank
ut l.r. Fayetto
at br. Palmyra
Unclaimed (. i viu litis
Interest uii.l exchange
at parent bank
1:1 nr. Fay. Hi;
at nr. Palmyra
.'o.'i'iu.-. nl fund
Circulation of parent
of l.r. Fayetto
i f br. Piiiuyta
Due to banks by parent
ny br. Fayetto
by or. Palna ra.
3. -it; 20
Os.Oi t 7s
1 i0.-.,0 00
II. SHUHLDS, CWVr.
TT.' no 'ri it." 11 ivr si' 'I'm. ,
Ul- .UlNULIil U.N 1 ' 111 1 K 11 FT I
Brunch Bank nt Fayutto for
capital 109,000 00
Do. Pnlniyra do 101,610 IS
Loan on Stale Bonds
Domestic bills ol exchange
Real isiuto .
Due liuiu banks
Stule ol Missouri .
Ii.nik u-aes on hand uf other bank
. 238 97
s 269,025 00
2, 9. 09, 1 S2
Capital slock paid in owned
( by State 913,063 CI
Capital slock paid in owned
by individuals 23'JA20 00 I.l.jJ.'ISH ril
Treasurer United Slates
Exchange and interest
Hue to Banks
. 9,871 87
$.2,909, lf?'J '-N
Eam ot nir. f?r.vrr. uk Missouri, )
Si. Louis, Jane yi), IS 10. )'
II. .Sni.'IILDS, Csiir.
STATE OF THE BIIANCII OF 'THE BANK
OF 'THE STATU OF MlSSOI'lil. AT
FAY ETTE.ON THE THIRTIETH JUNK.
li F. so unci;.
Bills (lis. mini
Heal c.-tutc ....
Bank notes on hand, of oilier banks
r. i a n m. i ri t:,.
Bank ol the Stale of Mi.-sonri,
qnlal . 1$ JU'.yuill ill)
i'u net l.
Iio, l.yi (in
'.i 1.200 OH
S27-' i 13 7 7
Branch Bank ok the .Si-ate oi- Misf t:ni, (
Fautttc, June H0. 18 10.
C. F." JACKSON, Cashier.
STATE OF THE BRANCH OF THE Ba.NK
OF THE STATE OK MISSOURI, AT
PALMYRA, ON T11L THIRTIETH JUNE
1,310 1 3
. 0 CO
Bank of Mi.s.suuii, special
Oilier banks .
Bank notes on hand, of otin-r
banks - - 53.600 O'I
Specie - - SO, 2 13 03
5 2 12,70 21
- 8,158 15
1.1 a n : L 1 11 r.s.
Bunk State ol Missouri, capital
Interest and exchanges
Due to banks
Bi;A.Nca Rank State or Missouri, )
Palmyra, June. 'AO, 1349. )'
S. 11. SOUTH, Cashier.
Editor-i of papers published in this State will
insert the above statements to tho value of six
dollars, and forward iheir accou.as to the Bank
at St. Louis.
II. SIIURLD.S, Cashier.
r I ''HE public are respec: fully informed, that ut
JL the instance uf the friends of education in
this vicinity, the und. r ignid hps concluded tu open
in the tnwn of Faveue, a school for the instruction
of young ladies. lie hns applied for the assistance
uf a young lady well know n in this cnminuni'v as
an instructress. On tho receipt uf her answer, a
prosprcuts will nppenr, announcing the terms, tim
of romtncnceme'.-.i, &c. In the mean time, those
wishing to pairouize the scho j! will phase apuly
to the undersigned for further inf filiation.
Favelte, July 1'h, I'iO. H tf
pursuance of an order ( f the County Curt of
RnndulpU County, made at tho Alsv Terra of
said Court in the year 1? 10. The undersigned ad
ministrators of tiie Estate of Joeph Rutherford,
(lee'd. will expose at Public Sale, ',0 the highest
bidder, on the third .Monday in August next, be
fore the Court House door, in the town of Hunts
vide, nil tho right, title, interest or claim, which
the said Joseph Rutherford, had at the time of bis
deuth in mid to lut No. 120, in the town of Hunts
villo. Six months credit will be given.
S HELTON RUTHERFORD.
II. L. RUTHERFORD.
July HOi, 1-.10. IS- j'
'IM1E undersigned, haing, in tiie liih day of
-L July, instant, obtained letters testamentary
from the clerk of tiie county court uf Randolph
county, on tho estate uf Win. S.nah. dec'.!, all per
sons having claims ngaiust the estate uf said dee'd
areherebv notified to present tliesame fur allowunce
within twelve mouths Irom the date ol said letters.
or ti.e.'iuay be precluded from uny benefit in sai.l
esiate--iitid such claims as are not presented 1:1 three
years, will i.c forever birred.
JON J. ALLEN.
July IS, IS 10. IS -It.
tioiiitioii of 4 op:uliir:iiit.
IHE linn of Searcey, Daniuv & Sebree, was
on ihe 20th uf Juno h.st, dissolved by mutual
consent. JoilN Al. SEARCEY,
JOHN .. DAN N UK,
LA RAN SERF. EE.
Fayette, July llih, 1-19. 17-3t
f'o-irarlnerhiji .ol ict
r I HE Sub-i-rii-crs, have this d:iv f Julv 1st. H !0 ,
Usso.-i ited thetilse!
ij.irlners 1:1 tri.le.
iur toe I'
rpose of carring on tlm Tailjring luisi
r Uie name and style of Sebree nnd Coo!;.
I, iiN SEUilEE.
LA N'i 10 IR D I'UO!:.
O tn the bl
x- t i ' Iv . having devofd many years
:iiisii.'s ol lailo'irj in nil its hranel.es.
nnd the Senior lm iti resided in Fayet'e, andcuj
ilucted business, for many years, they (later lliom-
( si'ios, that inev can i'ivh general sulis.'acnou In
i.'ir customers. A fur us n :n !i 1 v is concerned.
ihey respecttully refer patrons to speei.-iieiis of
Oieir workmanship, in and about Favetie, und for
Oicir disposiiiou tn phase, and tin ur niienliou In
liusincss, ihey pledgo themselves, that llo remiss
ness shall rausf uissaiisfiii lit 11. Thty respectfully
solicit a share of public m irun.it;..
P. S. Particular attention siid to i-ottiu. In
il'.is branch nf their pro'esMuii, ).ry feci a r.inli
dence ill ttiving (jeneral salislnctinti, iioliili
standing Tailors generally urn found di-ricient.
'Tiio latest fashions will ho reri ivi d q:urlerl;, .
lua word, SEb'REE & CuOlC, feel eniiMdeut of
iheir ubility to prosecute their business 111 truu
workmanlike uiAnnei', and so Ion,; m ihey alienipt
to do business, they intend their kwiI shuil j-kuis
Fiivolle. Julv 1 lib. 1 10
V lira! ! X ht-ti ti VWhTiii Til
4 k I W 4 Busl.i-lsuf e;,,odc!i;iiii Wiieit want
OOUU id, for Al.ic'i a hVr il puce will (,0
;tv.u, hv RI'TIAKD U 1 iV
Taitl-.e 'j!-. 11 1. I -10.