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THE HOMAGE OF JUSTICE.
We have compiled, from various aourcos, ' llie
following disinterested testimonials, Which were
commanded Iroirt tiieir several Bullion Dy llie lo'.-
ty patriotism, valor talents and success ol Ucn
Harrisoh, lone bofoie he was named for the Pre
idency, and in limes which ought to givo tliem
weight aufticient to bear down all the petty talutii
nies and quibbling objections which puny inalig
mty may now presume lo lorge agninst tho wui
worn and time-honored patriot mid soldier.
Tho authorities wc present nsuinst the puny
attacks of Loco-Foeo federalism, and which we
shrill stereotype s an impregnable bnrricude n
cmnst all opposition, are no loss than the Con
buf.ssof thf. United Stat Rs, the Lr.nii.AruKi.
01 Indiana, and of Kentucky, James Maui
kos. James Mosiioe, Col. RiriiAim M. John
soa, Astiiooy Wayne, I.anodon Ciir.vr.Sr- Si
MON SmVDEH, Go. SlIEI.BY, Com. PekKY, CtlL
Ckooiiam, Col. Davies, ai;d olheis, including
in the illustrious catalogue oven 1 iio.mas Ritchie
hi nisell !
Wc beqin with the tcstiu ony of Col. Richaioi
M. Johnson, now Vice Piesuleiit of llie United
Col. Johnson suid, (in Congress)
'Who U lien. Harrison I The son uf one of the
fijrhers of tho Declaration of Independence, who
spent the greater part of his large fortune in rcdeein
inr? the iiledtre he 'then irave, of his foilune, life and
sacred honor,' to secure the liberties of his cuitn
"Of I career of Gen. Harrison I need not
Sf,enlc the history of the West, is his history.
For forty years he has hcen identified with its in
terests, its perils and us hopes. Universally he
loved in tho walk of peace, and distinguished hv
his ubility in the councils of his country, ho has
hcen vet more illustriously Ulslinguisneu in cue
'During the late war, he was longer in active
service than any other ijcnerul officer , lie wus per
haps, oftener in action than any one of them, und
never sustained a deleat.
James Madison, in a ppecihl messnge to Con
gross, Dec. 18, 1811, suid,
While it is deeply laniented that so many valu
able lives have heen lost in the action which touk
nlnce on the 7th ultimo, Concress will see with
satisfaction the dauntless spirit of fortitude victo
riousiy displayed by every description of troops en
gaged, as well as me coaeciea jirmness which aisun
fruished Ihtir commander mi an Oceanian requiring
the utmost exertions of valour and discipline..
James Madison in his nte.-snge to Congress,
Nov. 1812, suid,
An amide 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. Hakrifon, possesses the entire
confidence of his-fellow soldiers, among whom are
citizens, seme of them volunteers in the ranks, nol
less distinguished by their political stations than by
their, personal merits.
In Mr. Madison's message of Dec. 1813, the
empliment wat extended, as follows :
The success on Lake Erie having opened a pas.
sage on the territory of the enemy, the officer coin
minding tlia Northwestern arms, transferred the
war thithor, and, rapidly pursuing the hostile
troop9, fleeing with their savage associate, forced
a general action, which qnickiy terminated in the
capture of the British, and dispersion of the savage
This result is signally honorable lo Major Gen
ral Haiuuson, by whose military talents it was
The following tribute of praise was paid to Gen
eral Harrison, in 1811, hy eleven of the officers
who (ought under Ins banner at the butttle ot lip
"Should our country again require our services lo
oppose a civilized or a savugc loe. "e snoiiia marcn
under Gen. Harrison with the most perfect con
fidence of victory aud fame."
JOEL (JOOK R. B. BURTON. NATHAN AD
AMS, A. HAWKINS, H. BURCHSTEAD, HOSE A
BLOOD, JOSIAH SNELLING, O. BURTON, 0.
FULLER, G. GOODING, J. D. FOSTER.
Extract of a letter from Col. Davie, who was
killed at the battle of Tippecanoe. Aug. 24, 1811:
"I make free to declare that 1 have imagined
there were two military meu in the West, and Gen
Harrison is the first of' the two."
Message of Symon Snyder, Governor of Pa.
Dec. 10, 161-3.
" Already is the brow of the young warrior,
Croatian, encircled with laurels, and the blessincs
of thousands of woman and children rescued from
the scalping knife of the ruthless savages ot the
wilderness, ami Irom the still more savage i roc-
tor, rest ou Harrison and his eallant army,"
In the Lecislature of Indiana, on the lsjtli TVov
1911, the Speaker of the House of Representatives,
lien. Win. Johnson, thus auuressen uenerui liar
Sir The House of Representatives of the In
diana territury, in ther own name, und in behalf of
their constituents, most corniully reciprocate the
congratulations of your Excellency on the glorious
result or lbs lute sanguinary conflict with thu ohuw
nee Prophet, and the tribes of Indians confederated
with him; when we see displayed in behulfof our
country, not only the consummate abilities of the
reneral, but the heroism ot tne man ; and when we
take into view the benefits which must result to
that country form those exertions, we cannot, for a
moment, withhold our meed ol applause.
The following resolve of both houses of the
Legislature of Kentucky, will have a similar
effect on the nerves of those who circulate the
slander respecting the " while boise," and tin
fall of the gallan' Col. Daviess.
legislature of Kmtucky, Jan. 7, 1J13.
Resolved, By the Senate and House of Rcfre
sentatives of the State of Kentucky, that in the lat
campaign against the Indians upun the Wabash,
Uov. W llliam lienry UurriMin fius behaved like a
hero, u patriot, and a general ; and thut for his cool,
de'iberate, skilful anil gallant conduct in the buttle
of Tipecuuoe, he well deserves the wannest thanks
of his country and his nation.
Gen. Anthony Wayne, in his Letter to the Sec
retary of War, giving un ollicial account of bis
sanguinary Indiuu Buttle, in I7ttv!, said :
"lUy faithful and gallant Lieutenant Hurrisnu,
rendered the most eriliul service, by communica
ting my orders in every direction, and by his con
duct and bravery, exciting the troops to press lor
The following resolution, which passed both
houses of Congress, with but one dissenting voire,
is calculated to make the ' petticoat hero,".''
if such slanderers can feel any thing but the lash..
"Resolved by the Senute and llousu of Represen
tative of the United States of America in t'ongreas
assembled, Thut the thunks of Congress bn, und
tlmy are hereby, presiited lo .Major General Wil
liam Henry Harrison, und Iiauc Shelby, lute Gover
nor of Kentucky, unit, through them to the ol'ii ers
and men under their eommatid, fur llu ir gallantry
und good conduct ill defeating thu combined Hrui.li
and Indian forces under Mi'jor General I'mclnr, on
ilia Thames, in Upper Canada, on the fifth day of
October, one thousuiid eight hundred and thirteen,
capturing the British army, with their bugg;ige,
camp eqipuge, und artillery; and that the President
of the tinned Status be requested to cause twu
gold medals to be struck, euildeinulicul of this tri
umph; and presented to General Hurrison aud Isuuc
Shelby lam Governor of Kentucky.
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
President of the Senate, pro tempore.
April 4, lHli Approved,
(Co. Shtlby to Air. Madison, May 13, 1SU, suys:
we l'e'1 no besifaliou to declare to you tint I belief
C.tn Harrison to be one of the first military 'hirur
ttr I nner knew."
Cul. Richard M. Johnson 10 Gen. Il-irnson, July
I, 1813, says
VV' did not tcartl In teree under cowards or trai
tors ; tut under one Harrison who had prnied him
stf to be wise, prudent and brave."
Commodore Perry to General Hurrlaon, Au
guBt IS, 1817, says:
"The prompt change made by you in the order
of battle on discovering the position of the enemy,
has always appeared to me to have evinced a hifh
degree, of military talent. I concur with tho vener
able Shelby in his general approbation of your con
duct in thut camp liyn."
The opinions of the Hon, Lanopon Ciievks,
of (lie importance of the victoiy of the Thames
und llie bravery of Gen. William Henry IIar.
" 'Vie i i' tori of Harrison, tins such an would hare
C-urf-d to a tinman (leneral in the best days of llie
Reput) if, the amort if a tunm h! ? put an end
to thz War in the uppermost Canada."
Seulin ruts of the Hero of Fort Stephenson,
Col. Cioghnn, now of the Wur Department:
"1 desire no plaudits v. hich are bestowed upi.n
me at the expanse of Gen. Harrison.
'1 have fell the wannest attachment for l.iin as
a man, aud my confidence in liim as on able com
mander remains unshaken. 1 feel every assurance
that he will at all times do ine ample Justin:; and
nothing could ijivo me more pain than lo see bis en
emies seize upon this occasion to deal out Iheir un
friendly feelings and acrimonious dislike; and as
long us ho continues, (as in my humble opinion he
has Intberlo done,) to make the wisest arrangements
uml tliPinost judicious disposition, which thu forces
under his command will justify, 1 shall not hesitate
lo unite with the army in bestowing upon Iniu tlial
confidence which he so rii-hly merits, and which has
on no occasion been w ithheld."
Lastly we come lo llie ne;it compliment of
Thomas Richie, Editor of tho Richmond Enqiiir.
er, the leading orgnn of the Coalition in the
South, who now blandishes his old "chnpeiess
sword with two broken points," and threatens
devastating wur upon the .'onqvorcr ef the Brit,
tish and Indian Coalition ot the West! The
Richmond Enquirer said:
"General Harrison's, lottor telis ns every thing
that we wish to know nbout the officers, rcept him
self. Ho does justice tu every one hut Harrison
and tho world must therefore do juntt.se to tho man
who wus too modest to be ji.st to himself."
t'OlllC to IllC ltefGl'd.
The following is the record llm. Harrison
has been honored with the confiderico i every
. . vl .iiu . KJIUIKO IIOIIJ Ulil
of the Govergment down to the addoptio
'spoils system,' After referring to the jn
i resKieiit ol too u. states Irom the oiitanizalion
on oi .
I'll tit reso-
nlion of Congress, approved bu James Monroe.
and re published in another column of to day's
paper, we quote fiom the Executive Journal o(
the United Stoles .Senate, 1789, to 182!), inclu
sive. In the Executive Journal, 1791, prtge 86, we
find the following ;
United States, Oct.. 31, 1791.
Gentlemen of the senate: Certan oflices nnv.
ing become vacant since your last session, by
death, resignation, or appointment to other olli
cers, of thoho who held them, I have, in puisu
mice of the power vested in me by llie constitution,
appointed the following persons lo fill these vu
caucics, viz :
First Recitement Infantry.
WILLIAM II. HARRISON, Ensign, vice
In ill o Biiiiie Journal, page 88. the following:
"Monday, Nov. 7, 1791.
The Senate proceded to consider the rioiniiia
tion of the President of the United States, con
tained ii. his message of 31st October, 1791: and
resolved, lliat they advise and consent to the ap
opointment of the persons therein named, to the
offices lo which they are respectively nominatecd
In the same journal, 1793, pue 132, the fol-
"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 11. HARRISON. Lieutenant, vice
In the siimc journal, page 134. the following :
Saturday, Feb. 23, 1793.
The Si nam took into consideration the mes
sage of the President of the United States, nomi
nating for promotions aud appointments in the
Legion of the U. States.
licsohed, That the Senate advise and consent
to the appointments respectively, agreeably to
In the same journal, 1797. page 2j0, the fol.
"United Stabs, July 10, 1707.
Gentlemen of the Senate: I nominate the
following persons for promotions and appoint,
incuts in the Army of the U. Stairs.
Fiiist Rfoi.Mtur or l.Nf ANTiiy.
WILLIAM II. HARRISON, Captain, vice
Kingsbury, promoted. JOHN ADAMS.
On motion, it was ugrccd, by unanimous i on.
sent lo dispense with the rule, and that the said
nominations be now considered. Whereupon,
Resulted, Thai the Senate do advise and con
sent to the appointments, agreeably to the noini
ria'.ions." In the same journal, 1798, page 282.
"Tuesday, June '2d, 1798.
The following written message was received
from lliu President of the U. States, by Mr. JI.il
com, his Secrelaiy :
Gentlemen of the senate . I nominate, cVc.
WILLIAM II. HARRISON, L'sp. of Viigiuiu
to be Secntanj of the 'J'enilory Nurlhirad of the
River Ohio. JOHN ADAMS.
Thursday, June ?8, 1798.
i no otmiiie iooi into consideration iiio inrs.-agi
of thu Pre.'-ideiil of the U. States, ol the 26th in
smut, and tho nominations contained theiein, tie
li'soleed, 1 hat lliey dondvi.se and consent pi
the appointments, agiceably lo the nomination
In tho same journal, 1800, pige "o3, ibc fol
"United States. May, 12. 1801).
Gi'iillenien of the Semite ; 1 Humiliate WIL.
LI AM H. IIAKKISON. of the Nu.ihw.Mrir,
Teiiiloiy, tube tioririuir n' the Inditing Teni
'""J. JOHN ADAMS.
"Tuesday. May 13, 1800.
Iheocnale proceeded lo llie consideration of
the message of the Pii-sident of the IJ. Slates, ol
the 12lh instant, and the nomination contained
therein, or WILLIAM II HARRISON, to office,
esulied, That thev do advise and consent to
the appointment, ugrcubly to llie nomination."
In the sauio journal, 103, page 411, the fol
"Th inula y, I'ebiuary 3, 1803.
A written inessarja was received fiom the Pie.
:-idrnt ol the UnitcJ States, by Mr. Lewis, his
"Friday, February 4,' 1803.'
The message of tin President of tho United
Slates, communicated on 3d February, was read,
aj follows; Gentlemen of the Senate: I nomi
nate Ac, WIILHAM It. HARRISON, to be
(lovernor of Indiana Territory, from the 13th
day of May next, when his present confniission as
Governor will expire.
WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, of Indi
ana, io be ti Commissioner to enter into any treaty
or treaties which may be necessary with Any In
dian tribes North West of the Ohio, and within
the territories of the U. S. on llui subject of their
boundaries or lands.
"Tuesday Feb. 8, 1803.
Sho seriate resumed the consideration of the
message of the President of llie United States,
uf February 3, nominating John Minlin Baker
aud others, to civil and military appointments;
and resolved, that ihey mlvise and consent to the
nptipoiiiiments, agreeable to the nominations re
In the same jonmal, (vol.2,) pages II, do,
'Monday, December 15, 180fi.
The following written message were received
from tho President of the U. Stales, by Mr. Coles,
his Secretary :
To the Senate of the U. Suites : Vacancies
having happened during the last recess of the
S nate, in the following offices, I granted com.
missions to the poisons herein named, to each ru
respective vacancy; which commissions will ex
pire ot tho end of the pi esenl session of llio Sen
ate. I now, therefore, noinimilo the same per
sons to the same offices, respectively, for appoint
mi tit :
WILLIAM II. HARRISON, or Indiana, to
be Governor of Luliuna.
Wednesday, Dec. 17, 1S0G.
Tho Senate resumed llie consideration of the
nominations contained in the message received
from the President of the United Mates, on the
15th inst. and resolved tlmt ihey ndvisc und con
sent to the appointments of 3. Livingston, M
McClary. P. Curtenius, P. L. Shenok, J Bar
nes, W. W. Parker, J. Pu?e, W. Duilmm, E.
Uoungcr, WM. II. HARRISON, Ac, agreeably
to tlnir nominations respectively."
In tho same journal, pages 130, 131, the fol
lowing. $ad(llici iu Fayctic.
fesv.T"",l f llIE subscriber will continue the
I. SADDLING BUSINESS in all
various branches, at the old shop of
White & .MciYli'.lin, where be in
tends to keep on hand ull kinds ol
Saddlery and Huruess,
Ladies' best Forepieee
" " Quilted Seats
. .4 pu,,
Gentlemen's Full-quilted Fallbacks
" Loose-covered Spanish
" Full-quilled "
" Quilted Seats "
Rridles and Martingales, assorted,
Saddle-bags and Trunks,
Harness of every description. j
AH the above Articles
Shull he made in the most fushionublc style, of goo'
materials, and by the best workmen, and w ill be
disposed of on as moderate and accommodating
terms as they can be afforded at any other shop iu
tne upper country. Oj-All Kinds ol country pro
duce will be tuken in exchange for Saddlery.'
SAMUEL H. McMlLLlN.
Fayette, June 20th,J K),
S A DDL E R II A It ME S S MA K E R
HAVING permanently settled in Glasgow, will
keep constantly on hand a good supply ol
every thing in his line of business. He pledges
himself that his materials shall bo of the best, and
bis work as good ns any in the West. Ho would
respectfully invite the public tu call and examine
N. 13. One or two Apprentices will he taken to
the above business it early application be made.
Glasgow, March 10th, 18111. K
NCY IjRIjN'1VS .HID ps. Fancy Trims. Oil
ps. Blue Merrimack. 10 ps. Chambravs,
lorsaleby KIU1IARD II. LAW.
Bales 4-4 Drown Domestic-,.
do 7-i5 do do
0-4 do do
7-8 do Suffolk drilling.
"i-H do Orsenbiirge.
Bed Ticking, for sale hv
May Ib'ih, I tl.
li'ci ii'd and oieuid, for Sa'e at
and KSook Store,
Fa vi:i ik, Mo.,
lorge and full assortment ol
- Fresh Dress, Medicines,
Juints, Oils, liyeslufl's, Surgeon's
Instruments, Shop furniture, Glasi-
ami uiassware, Chemical Appura
liisRiul Chemical Tests, Crucible
ti nd Betorts, .Sulphate of Quinine,
rrennitutcd K.vlnirt. o Eurl( Hn,
man Skeletons, Lead, Tin pentine, Brushes, &c. x
Alio.u very largu and varied assortment of
ROOKS AND STATIONARY,
comprisim; Law, Medicine, Theology, Miscellany,
and almost every variety of School Hooks, among
vvtueli areiireelr, Latin, ! reneh mid Spanish ; Nov-
ris, waiiK Looks und Taper oi ull qualities; Bibles,
i rsianiems, rruyers. Hymns, ft us c. A bums
O-bern's gmiuine Water colors, Drawings, Wall
aid Bordeiing Tup'-r, Rico. oic. S.e. &c.
A few marked l'lirenolugieal Busts of approved
oinci.-is. jui oiiereu low mr cash or ujijiroved
i in ii .
Fayette, June fiih, 1J!0. lilf.
lion at Who I -.: i-7
I I ARVEY & BIRCH are now rernivinrr nn nd
1 diiionul supply of genuine JUNIATA IRON
uiiu jmiil., which tliey oiler to the truduat whole
sale only. Their stock consists uf
1 10,000 lbs. bar iron, assorted from ii inclics
-sijuuiu in nun rous, iiu iiiding ull size
ol round, square, anil ll.it.
300(1 lbs. Ameiieuu blister steel.
1000 " li'eriiiiiti stoel.
IsllO " Cast steel, three sizes.
MOO " Hoop iron, two si.cs.
100 Kegs of nails uml brads, assorted.
Also, six full sets of tools, including unuls, vices,
bellows, screw plates, rasps, files, &c.
Fayette, May Dili, 1111. M
ivk'UiiiiiBcxIc A. Wiij,
Commission und Forwarding Morcliunls,
WllOLESLE and It ETA II. VliOHEKS;
No. 7:i, Front street, ST. LOUIS, M(J.
.Tohn Stagg, X Co.
Wholesale arid Retail (irocers and Coin mission
N 1121, Water street STLOUIS MO.
t'ah lor Hemp.
WE will pay cash for 100 lo 200 tons of gnud
clean hemp delivered in St. Louis.
SIMONPS & MORRISON, Rl r,i,t St.
March 'J- 2-lm
Final Settlement. '; ',,.
undersisnod, gunrdian ' W the heirs Ol
mas Miller, dce'd. hite uf llowaril Uotmtv.
J i nomas miller,
will apply at the hext rernlar term of the Gouulv
Court fur said County, to nuika ft, final settlement
of his guariliutishipaforeustiid.
June 27th, 1810. - 15 flt
STAT IJ OF MISSOURI County of Randolph ss.
In the Circuit Court, May Term, 110.
James Head t.t. IVrmelin Harrison, and Elizabeth
Harrison, in ihu Randolph Circuit Court of Muy
Term, 1811). .
f I HIS day came the petitioner, and it appearing
.1 to tho Court, by affidavit, that tho said Per
melin Harrison is a non resident of this State, it is
therefor, on motion of tho petitioner, ordered
that notice bu published onco a week for eight
weeks successively, in some newspaper printed in
jr neurnstlo the comity of Randolph, that the said
nines Head, has filed in the Circuit Court of said
County of Randolph, a petition against the said
I'ermelia and Elizabeth lluirison, setting forth that
he and thu said I'erinclia and Elizabeth Harrison,
are tenants in common in feu of a tract of land sit
uuted in said County of Randolph, and being the
east half of tho south east quarter of section ten,
iu township fifiy-iwo of rani'e sixteen, and that he
is entitled to lliren filths of said tenements, and the
said IVrmelia and htizubeth each to one fifth, and
priiying for a. partition thereof, anil requiring the
sain l erinena, lo uo and appear in the suid Court,
before tho end of the niyct term thereof, to bn hidden
at lluntsvillu, in the said County of Randolph, on
thu third Monday in September 18-10, und plead to
or unswer said petition, or in default thereof, judg
ment will bo given against the said Pcrinelia Har
rison by dcfuult.
A true copy,
ROBERT WILSON, Clerk.
June l:ith, 18-10. l:(s)
WE havo been as indulgent heretofore, as we
could be, towards our customers, but now
are compelled to havo money, to enable us to slart
lo Philadelphia on or before the 15th duv of Julv.
The money due ns must be paid in fifteen or twenty
days at farthest; if not puid, we will be reluctantly
compelled to force payment, and in that event we
hope our customers will mil. feel hurt.
BOON & BUMGARDN'ER.
Fayette, June IDlh, 1840. l:Ut.
MIG undersigned, having been discharged from
JL orrestand imprisonment for debt by an order
from Edward R. Cubell, Clerlt of the County Court
ot tjliarilnn, coming in the state ot Missouri, on
tho second day of March, 1810. Am) having com
plied with the requisitions of tho Act fur the relief
ot Insolvent debtors, will apply to the Hon. Judge
of tho Circuit Court of said County of Chariton
on the first day of said Circuit Court, to begin and
held at the Court bouse in and for suid count v of
Chorilon, on the first. Monday uf September next,
(it being the 7th duy of said month,) for a final dis
charge, JOlhN WELCH, Jun'r.
June 6ili, 1810 ltf.
LL persons indebted to tho County on account
xV of the Road and Canal fund, whoso notes do
not exceed one hundred and fifty dollars and under,
are required by an order of the Howard County
Court, to pay both principal and interest without
delay. All who do not attend lo this call immedi
ately, will find their notes iu the hands of an olli
cer for collection.
JOHN II. TURNER, Treasurer.
June Gth.J840. llt.
NOTICE is hereby given, that tho undersigned
has obtained from the Clerk of the county
Court of Randolph county, letters of aduiinistra
lion on the estate of John M. Collins, dee'd., bear
ing date tith day of May, 1810. All persons in
debted to said estate, are requested to make imme
diate payment; and ull those having claims against
said estate, ore reques'cd lo present tho same for
settlement within twelve months of said letters or
t liny may not receive any benefit of said estate ; and
if not presented within three years from the date
aforesaid, they may be forever barred.
JO N JJYSART, Adm'r.
May 23d, 1840. 10if.
ffMIE imdersigiicd, administrator of the estate
X of Mary Leo, will apply at the next Term
Ihe County Court, of Suline County, to make a
Final settlement of his said administration.
JOHN JONES, Adin'r.
May 9th, 1810. 58
JVTOTICE is hereby given, that will apply at
Ll the next term of the County Court of How
ard County, for a final settlement of my adminis
tration ot tho estate ot Joseph Montgomery, do
WM. MONTGOMERY, Administrator.
May 0th, 1840. M
i!aifrow Insurance Company.
r I IIE capitul stock having been paid in, ogreoa-1-
biy to ihe provisions of tho act of incorpora.
tion; this company is now ready to effect Insurunce
upon ths variousdoscriptions of property subject lo
loss or damage by nro or water, remittances by
until, specie or bullion.
It will also undertake the collection of Notes,
Drafts, ur Bills uf Exchange.
JAMES EAR1CKSON, Pres't.
WM. F. DUNNICA, Secretary.
P. R, Nowi.in,
Wm. D. Swi.i;y,
John M. Feazle,
J. T. Cleveland.
W.u.tck ti. Cuii.r.s,
John M. Bell,
John P. Mounts,
April -lib, K410.
"JVTOTICE is hereby given, that the undersigned
x. lias obtained from the Clerk ot the County
Court uf Randolph County, letters of Administra
tion on the estate of Frederick Adams, deceased,
bearing dale April the 4th, 1840. A'l persons hav
ing claims ucuinsl said Lstuto, lire requested to
present lliem vvitlun one year troni the date of said
letters, or they may bu precluded from having any
benefit of suid Estate, and if not presented within
three years from the date of said letters, they will
be forever barred.
J A M ES W. RICHESON, Executor.
A '-5 10th. 1810. (J4
Etarrey ifc SEirch,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
IRON, NAILS, STEEL, AND SVLT,
OJer at Retail
very general and fresh assortment of Dry
Goods, Groceries, Dycstull's, Hardware, Cut
lery, Glassware, Quecr.sware, Blacksmith's Tools,
Bohiug Cloths, Shoes, Boots, Hat", Caps, Rjunets,
Taper, Suddlcs, Umbrellas, Grindstones, &c &c.
OCT The iron, nuils, steel, und salt, will be sold
at the usual wholesale prices for cash, or on a credit
of ninety days, for satisfactory paper; und the ar
ticles offered at retail, on a credit until tho first of
January in each year, reserving tho privilege of
closing und collecting uu account at uuv time it
may bu considered doubtful. The goods offered are
believed lo bo of good ltiulitv, unless dacinire is
specified, and thu prico nuined at the cuunler the
one at which they should sell to those dealers who
are willing to allow a reasonable profit uu the in
Fayette, May 23d, 1810. x lOOmo
ISoot and Short.
Packages of Boots and Shoes, for sal yb
H RICHARD H LAW.
May 33d, 1610. I0tf
CARP UT SHORE.
rpiIE subscribers having established ihcmsclves,
1. for the alo of
aricti!i;;, Floor Oil Cloth', &r.
respectfully Invito visiters to the city, to examine
their stock previous to purchasing elsewhere.
Their connexion with cxtensivn importing houses
In Philadelphia, and New Orleans, will insure tu
them a constant supply of the newest and most
fashionable articles in their line.
They have now on hand, just received, Carpet
ing of the following description : "
Brussels 1-3, with bordering ;
Imperial 3 Ply j .
Superfino Ingrain ;
Fine and Ex Fine do ;
Dafnask and Plain Venetian ;
4-4, 3-4 and 5-t) wide; 1
with Turkish, Wilton and Rrussel Rugs, to match.
Floor cldth, Bai7.e, Furniture, Oil Cloth, Stair rods,
every variety of price, Door Mats, &.C. Sic.
FLOOR OIL CLOTH, from 3 feet to 21 feet wide
suitable for Parlors, Halls, &c. which will be cut
to order, for any room within tho size of '21 by 00
feet, which, with superfino, fine and common cloth
table covers, and every other article pertaining to
tho business-are offered low on pleasing terms.
MACAULEV & SON.
No. 51 North Main street Saint Louis
Marcii 21, 1S10. y
Cieorffc W. Callahan,
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
Messrs. H. N. Davis & Co.
" John Riggin & Brother,
" James Lvtnan & Co.
" J. B. & M. Camden,
" Clark, Van Alen & Co.
" Siiolhor. Holcombe, & Co.
" Hooper, Trek &, Scales,
" Barry & Hurst,
Poet. David Keener,
Messrs Hall, & Co.
George Handy, Esq.
Stephen F. Nidelet, Esq.
John M.Chnpron, Esq.
Messrs Richards, Kings-land A. Co,
' Oakley, Johnson & Clark,
" Pettibone & Long,
Lewis G. Irving, Esq.
Iluolm nnd Stationery.
. iJIIVNIES, & CO
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
Tuvite the attention of Country .Merchants, Public
Olhcers, leachersund tho public, to jheir cxten
sive stock of
SCHOOL BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS,
PAPER &. STATIONERY-, cnerullv.
Comprising the largest stock ever oiTorod in Saint
Louis, which they will sail at the lowest prices for
Cusli or tor approved city paper, on a liberal credit,
I'bey have also on hnnd a large assortment of
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, and Wall paper,
wmcn inev win son at greatly reduced prices.
March 21. 1340. tf
fjMHE subscribers have removed from their old
X stand and have taken that recently occupied
1... t ,i. r , '
oy jur j. w. l auiuing,
No. GG, Main sthkkt, St. Louis.
where they have, and will continue to keep, a large
tc fashionable assortment of HATS & CAPS, which
tney oiler on the most reasonable terms.
Country merchants are invited to call and exam
in their stock before purchasing.
N. B. Hats unci Cups of any patterns made to
oruer on snort notice.
BELTZIIOOVER &. ROPR.
St. Louis. March. 140. ly.
i iiihrella and B'arasol .3 a :ati fac
NO. 2S, MARKET BTltEET, St. Lol'IS.
T " 7 HERE can be found a large and extensive as-
T r sortment of Mlk, 'jingham and Oil cloth um
brellas : also plain and figu red Parasols of every
style and finish, some with rich Tearl and Ivory
handles, manufactured especially fur the retail trade,
and will be sold by wholesale or retail at Eastern
prices, adding the transportation of stock &.C. &c
Country merchants are invited to call and examine
March 21, 1-tf. N. PHILIPS, 28 Market st.
"I UST finished, tho most extensive assortment
J ever ottered, some very chaste and eieirant pat
terns, et prices varying from $1 fiO to $(5 00, for
sale very low by N. PHILIPS,
29 Market-st St. Louis.
llfin good Mercnantab!e Rags
-"s""" wanted in exchange for Books
anu o'.aiionery, Dy
TURNBIJLL & THURSTON.
No. 132 Main Street, opposite the State Bank,
Ol. IjOUIS, tuo.
April 4th, fti 10. 3ly
Hazel ICidgc IEotcl.
r"lMI13 House, situated upon the State road be
J. tween Clasgow and luyette, is now opened
tor me receptiun and entertainment of the travel
the cant about " plentilul table" " Markot uf
fords"" Careful and attentive Ostlers," it is
tiiougiii tiest to omit. .1. T. CLEVELAND
Hazel Ridge, March SI, 1840. ' (jl
pieces Black and Blue Black plain and lig-
10 do Plain and Figured Fancy Silks.
l-r) do Muslin de Lain.
0 do Painted Lawn.
4 do Black Biiinbaziiie.
nr. , . ... i r.
o uu rum rocket tlamlker. lnefs, for sale
"y,, RICHARD H. LAW.
May !Hd, 1810. 10if
ff pieces Black, Blue, Green, Invisible Green,
Drab, C.id.H mix, Steel mixed, Brown
and Olive Cloths.
110 do Cassintere und Satinetts.
13 do Red, Green, White and Yellow Flan
30 doz. Cotton and Silk Hose, for sale by
RIC7ARD H. LAW.
May 23d, 1840. i0lf
large assortment of hummer Goods, suitable
lor gentlemen, lursale by
s, RICHARD II. LAW.
May 23d, 1810, 10(f
Renvtiful assortment of Shawls, fancy dress
XI Handkerchiefs. Scarfs. Laeo (
bund.-, for sulu by RICHARD H. LAW.
Ma, VM, 1840. i0tf
N A 1 LS.
kegs 3d, 4, 6. H, 10. 14. 20. nails
130 lbs, Indigo.
300 d ' Muuder.
100 do Alum, Pepper, aud Copperas.
0 Hhds. N. O. Sugar.
3000 lbs. Havana Coffee.
4 Chests Tea, for sule by
RICHARD II. LAW.
Bushels Flux Seed, wanted I
RICH A It 1 1 ii r i ur
May 23d, 1840.
John 1 Uarhv,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
S'l' I firis;
Office on Pine, between Main ml Second' k'ir,u't.
u. a. cAUit, .
' 'ATTORNEY AT LAW,
.v HOWARD COUNTY, MO.
Wm. M. Campbell, Esq., St. Charles,
Jatne L. Minor, Eq.t Jijferson.
Col. David Bailey, , ,-; ")
E- Block & JJrother, j
Geo. W. Huston, Esq. I Troy.
O'arty Wells, Evq.,
Cpt. Nathaniel Symonds. j " ;
Gilchrist Potter, Eq., Howling Uretn.
W. G. Merriweiher, I'ihe County.
IMPORTER, MANUFACTURER & DEALER IN
MUSIC & MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
No. 28, Market si., St. Ijiuis.
T MIE subscriber respectfully informs his ensto
X mors and the public generally, that .he lias just
opened a large and valuable assortment of new
Music, Musical Instruments and Musical Mer
chandise of every discription ; consisting of supe
rior French comets; valve trumpets; Cristinau's
tenor and bass trombones, (Cholfe's pattern) Opbe
clides ; E. & C. Kent Bugles, from 5 to 9 keys;
concert trumpets j bass horns, bass and tenor
drums, French horns, concert and post bonis ; supe
rior finished guitars, some beautifully inlaid with
pearl, ivory and silver, varying in price from $5 to
$00 ; violins, all qualities ; double basses and bus
viols, with putent machine heads Cristrnan's premi
um Flutes, from $1 to 05 ; do. clarionets, 5 to 13
keys; double and single flageolets; files, various
kinds; metronomes; bird organs; music boxes;
splendid accordeons, from 0 to 22 kevs. inlaid with
pearl and various' kinds of fancy wood, from $5 fo
$10; violin and bass viol bows of all qualities;
reeds for claronets ; crooks arid mouth pieces for
bugles, cornets, trumpets, horns, etc.; portable mu
sic desks; tuning hammers and forks; violin bridg
es and pegs; hair and rosin for bows; cases for va
rious instruments ; music papers; instruction books
Tor nil instruments; patent par folio for securing
loose music ; superior violin violincello, guitar, barp
and piano forte strings : Also, dulcimer wire. The
stock of music; merchandise is very extensive, em
bracing every article appertaining to music
The above stock was selected with great care by
the subscriber, and every instrument is warranted
correct, and can be returned if found imperfect in
uny respect. Those in pursuit of good instruments,
will find it to their advantage to call and examine
this stock, as it embraces the largest and best as
sortment ever offered in this city. A liberal dis
count made to seminaries, bands and artists of the
profession. Musical instruments of every kind
repaired and put in proper order. dec. 9.
VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.
A full catalogue of the latest and most fashion
able songs, marches, waltzes, pieces, etc., arranged
for the piano forte, guitar and otiier instruments ;
also, music arranged for a full band : sacred music
in sheet and books ; Foreign music; a splendid se
lection for the piano forte violin, flute, etc., by the
most eminent composers ; among which arc, De Ber
iot, Lafont, Mayseder, Osborn, Thalberg, Auber
and Hertzes. In addition to th 3 above, the sub
criber will receive monthly all the latest and best
music published in the United State. On his coun
ter may bo seen a variety of musical works and
fushionuble music. The following are among the
collection, the Boston Musical Souvenier; Orphan
lyre, a collection of glees ; Kingsley's social choir ;
the Odeon ; Boston glee book ; music of Christ
Church ; Catel on harmony ; Burrow's Piano Forte
primer; juvenile singing school ; ancient and mod
ern Catholic music ; Boston Acad ; coll'd ancient
lyre ; the choir ; Handle and Hayden ; coll'd Church
music ; Cook's art of singing ; La Mosique or Mu
N. PHILIPS' Music Saloon.
" 29 Market-st.
RICHARD H. LAW respectfully informs his
old friends that he has just returned from
Philadelphia, New York, and Boston, with a com
plete assortment of Merchandize, consisting of
Dry Goods, Hardware, Qucensware, Groceries,
Boots, Shoes, and Dye Stuffs, which he will sell on
tho most reasonable terms and usual credit; lie
solicits a continuance of their favors and trusts
they will call and examine for themselves.
Fayette, May 10th 1840. 9tf
J. II. Sickles & Co.
U v'v VnVl XKT.4L DEALERS
1 SADDLER Y, ASD SADDLER Y
. N' r, L"2 Nonh Main street LOUIS, MO.
Aew Ilrug stttre.
' VE Subscriber is now receiving and opening
X in the house formerly occupied in Glasgow by
Messrs. Cockerill & Donoboe, a new and freSli sup
plyot Drusrs, Medicines. Pim .mi. n... c.ir.
Surgical lusiru.nents.&c., &c., which he offer, to
the public on liberal terms. Physicians furnished
on six n onths at a small advance on EaStern cos t
no uruers punctually attended to.
F. W. D1GGES.
G lgow1 May JUth, 1840. go.
The lull blooded iNliiiori
Durham Hull, Nuwarrow.
SIJWARROW may be
found at the following p!ucs
during the season, to wit
at Mr. Roland Hughes' June,
AuL'iist and October, it Mr.
George Burroughs' one week in the first part of
July und September, and also the last week in the
same months ; the remainder of his lime he may be
found ut the farm of the undersigned.
JEREMIAH RUCKER. Jr.
Juno 20th, 1840. I4tf
liogy & nl Hilton,
ATTORNEYS AT LA W,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
imf on Cliesiiut, between Main and Sucond is.
iiiiilaiid AT Mghtiicr, '
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN STOVES,
No. 33 Wuter street, ST. LOUIS. MO.
JOIIX HUJONDN, JR. WM. M. MoKKIfO
SiniondM V iVlorriisoii,
No. 10 Front street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
K. & A. Trnrv,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
Front Sreet ST. LOUIS, Mo.
Jiiliu 1. Johnston,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ST. LOUIS, MO
Offico hi Ceurt House Building, Fourth ttri.