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THE HOMAGE OF JUSTICE.
We have compiled, from various sources, the
following disinterested Icslimonini, which were
commanded from their several authors by the lof.
ty patriotism, valor talents and success of Gen.
Harrison, long before ho was named for the Pre-
sidency, and in times which ought to give tliem
weight aumcicni to benr down all tho petty calum
nies and quibbling objections which piny malig
nity may now presume to forge rtpuinst the war
worn and time-honored patriot and soldier.
The authorities we present neainst the puny
attacks of Loco-Foco Federalism, and which we
shall stereotype as an impregnable barricade a
gainst all opposition, are no less than the Con
GUESS OF THE U NIT El) S TAT FS, the LEGISLATURES
or Indiana, and of Kentucky, James Mam
son, James Monroe, Col. Richard M. John
son, Aktiioqy Wayne, Langdon Cheves, Si
Hon Snyder, Gov. Shelby, Com. Peiiiiy, Col
Ckogiian, Col. Davies, and others, including
in the illustrious catalogue even 1 iiomas Kitciiik
We begin with the tcstttrony of Col. Richard
M. Johnson, now Vice Pieaidcnt of the Drifted
Col. Johnson said, (in Congress)
"Who is Gen. Harrison ! The sun uf one of the
signers of the Declaration of Independence, who
spent tho greater part ul his large fortune in redeem
ing the pledge he 'then gave, of his 'fortune, lilcand
sucred honor.' to secure the liberties ol Ins coun
'Of tho enrcer of Gon. Harrison 1 need not
speak tho history of the West, is his history
For furtv years he has been identified with its in
tcrcsts. its uerils and its hones. Uuivcrfully be
loved in the walks of pence, mid distinguished !v
his ability in the councils of his country, he has
been yet more illustriously uisiiiiguuhcu in mi
"During the late war, lie was lunger in aclhc
service than any oilier General officer , he was per
haps, ofteucr in action than any one of them, and
never sustained a defeat."
James Madison, in a special message to Con
grcss, Dec. 18, 1811, said,
While it is deeply lamented that so ninny valu
able lives have been lost in the action which took
place on tlicTlh ultimo, Congress will sec with
satisfaction the dauntless spirit of fortitude victo
riously displayed by every description uf troops en
gaged, as ivcltas the collected firmness which distin
guished their eommantlermi an occasion requiring
Hie ulmoit e.cerlions of valour and discipline.
James Madison in his messrurc to Congress,
Nov. 1SJ2, said,
An ample force from the States of Kentucky
Ohio. Pennsylvania, mid Virginia, is placed, with
the addition of a few regulars under the command
of Brigadier lien. Uakkison, possesses the entire
confidence of his fellow soldiers, among whom ore
lilii'.ens, sumo of them volunteers in the ranks, not
less distinguished by their political stations than by
their, personal merits.
Li Mr. Madison's message of Dec. 1S13, the
cmplimcnt was extended, as follows;
The success on Lake Erie having opened a pas
aje on the territory of the enemy, the officer coin
Handing the Northwestern arms, transferred the
wur thither, and, rapidly pursuing tho hostile
troops, fleeing with their savage associate, forced
a ctneral action, which quickly terminated in tlu
rapture of the British, and dispersion of the savage
This result is signally honorable to Major Gen
t.al Harrison, tiy ulnae military talents it was
The following tribute of praise was paid to Gen
eral Harrison, in 1111, by eleven of the officers
who louglit under Ins banner at mo uaituc oi up
"Should our country again require our services to
oppose a civilized or a savage toe, we slioulil inurcl
under Gen. Harrison with the most perfect con
lidenceof victory and fame."
JOEL COOK R. Li. BURTON, NATHAN AD
AMS, A. HAWKINS, II. BURCHSTEAD, 1IOSEA
BLOOD, JOS1AH SNELLING, U. BURTON, O
FULLER. G. GOODING, J. D. FOSTER.
Extract of n letter from Col. Davies, who was
killed at the buttle of Tippecanoe, Aug. 21, 11 1:
" I make free to declare that I have imagined
there were two military men in the West, and Gen
Harrison is the first of the two."
Message of Synion Snyder, Governor of Pa.
Dee. 10, 1813.
" Already is the brow of the young warrior,
Croghan, encircled with laurels, and the blessings
of thousands of wumnn and children rescued from
the scalping knife id" the ruthless savages of the
wilderness, and from the still more savage Proc
tor, rest on Harrison and his gallant army,"
In the Legislature of Indiana, on the 12th Nov
111, the Speaker of the House of Representatives,
Gen. Win. Johnson, thus uddresed General llar-
"Sir The House of Representatives of the In
diana territory, in thcr own name, uinl in uelian oi
iheir constituents, most cordially reciprocate the
congratulations of your Excellency on the glorious
result ol the late sanguinary coullicl with ine snaw
nee Prophet, and the tribes of Indians confederated
with him ; when we see displayed in behalf of our
cuuntry, not only the consummate abilities of the
general, hut the heroism of the man ; and when we
Hike into view the benefits which must result to
that, country form those exertions, we cannot, for u
moment, witliliolu our niecil ol applause.
The following resolve of both houses of the
Legislature of Kentucky, will havo u similar
i (feet on the nerves of those who circulate the
slander respecting the " white hoise," und the
fall Ol' the gallant Col. IhlvicbS:
Isxixititurt! ol li' idw1.!!, Jan. 7, l)I'i.
Resolved, By the h'eunte and House of R pre
ventatives of the !Stnte of Kentucky, that in tho late
campaign against the Indians iipuu the Wubu-li,
liov. William Henry Harrison lias oeliavcu like a
hero, a patriot, and u general ; and that tor his cool
deliberate, skilful und gallant conduct in the battle
ot 1 ipecanoe, he well deserves the wanue-t thank
of his country and his nation.
Gen. Anthony Wayne, in his Letter to the Sec
retary ot Wur, giving nil olticiul account ol m
sansuinury Indian Buttle, in 17!J2, said :
".My faithful and gallant Lieutenant Harrison,
rendered the most essential service, by comiiiiuiica
ting my orders in every direction, und by his con
duct una bravery, exciting me troops to press lor
The following resolution, which pnsMil boil
houses of Congress, with but one dissenting von e,
is calculated to niuko the ''petticoat hero-,"yi..7-if
such slanderers cu feel any thing but the laik
"Resolved by the Senate and House of Represen
tative of the United Stales of America in Congress
assembled, That tho thanks ot Congress be, and
thev uro hereby, prcsnteil to Inior General Wil
liam Henrv Harrison, and Isaac Shelby, late Gover
nor of Kentucky, and, through them to the officers
and men under their command, lur llieir galluntry
and good conduct in defeating the combined British
and Indian forces under .Major General Proctor, on
tl,n Thames, in Loner Cauiidu, on the tilth day ol
October, one thousand eight hundred and thirteen,
canturinrr tho British urmy, Willi their bagga'
camp cqipage, und urtillery; and that the President
nf iho L'niled States bo requested to cause two
cold medals to be struck, ciubleinaticul of this tri-
uiiipu; ami preseiueu to uenerai iiurnsuu uim isuui
Shelby, lato Governor of Kentucky.
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
President of the Senate, pro tempore.
April 4, 18H. Approved,
Gov. Shelby lo Mr. Madison, May H, 1H. y
we feel no hesitation to declare to you that 1 IrlU ve
(ien. Harrison to he uiw of tkef.rU miliUirij :hw
ten IcOfrk-i'H' "
Col. Richard M. Jwhnson to Gen. Harrison, July
1, lltt, says :
" U did ml want In serve under cowards or trai
tor ; but under one Harrison who had jrrnved him
telf to be wise, prudent and brave."
Commodore 1 erry to ijcncral Harrison, Au
gust 18, 1817, says:
" 1 he prompt change made by you in tlio enter
of battle on discovering the position of the enemy,
has always appeared to ine to have evinced a high
degree of military lalrnt. I concur with the vener
able Shelby in his general approbation of your con
duct in that campaign."
The opinions of the Hon. Langdon Curves,
of the importance of the victory of the Thames
and the bravery of Gen. William Henry Hah.
"Tie virion of Harrison, was surh ax would have
toured to a Roman (icwrat in the lu st dans of the
R"pub'i: the honors of a triumph He put an end
to I'll War in the uppermost l.anaila.
Sentiment of the Hero of Fort Stephenson,
Col. Ciodinn, now of the War IVpurlinrnt:
"I desire no plaudits which ar; bestowed upon
mo at the expense ot lien. Harrison.
"1 havo felt the warmest nttneh; iriil lor him as
a man, and my runlidrncc in him us an tilde coin
minder remains unhr.ken. I feel every assurance
that he will at all times do iik: ample justice; mid
nothing could give me more pain-than ti see his en
emies seize upon this occasion lo deal nut their un
friendly feelings and acrisioiiious dislike; ami a
long as he continues, (as in my humble opinion hi'
has hitherto done,) to make the ii t ;;rr:ini.iii. nts
md the most judicious disposition, which tin: force
under his command will justify, 1 hail nut hesitate
to unite with tho army in bestov. i:ig upon him thai
confidence which he so richly i:o rits, mid which ha
on no occasion been withheld."
Lastly we come to the in ;U compliment of
Thomas Richie, Editor of the Richmond Empiir
er, the leading organ of the Conlilion in the.
houtl), who now birtnuishes Ins okl "clinpcless
sword with two broken poinl;,"' mid threatens
devastating war upon li e eonjvoier ef the Hrit.
lish and Indian Coalitlonc. the West! I he
Richmond Enquirer said:
"General Harrison's letter toll- n? every thing
that we wish to know about tho dicers . m-pt him
self, lie noes justice to every one oii rin'Tisim
and the world must thercforo do jusii.-o lo the Mian
who was too modest to lie ji.nt to himself.
I'oiiic lo the Ki t .-rJ.
The following is the record tlu.. Harrison
has been honored with the confidence every
President of the U. States fiom the oigaii.zaiion
of the Government down to the aildontion 01 ,
'spoils system,' After icferriug lo the joint reso.
lulion of Congress, ajrprorid l'i James Monroe,
and republished in another column of to day's
paper, wc quote fiom the Executive Journal ol
the United Stales Senate, 17811, lo 1S2!I, inclu-
In the Executive Journal, 1701, pege S(j, we
find the following ;
United Stales, Oct. 31, 1701.
Gentlemen of the senate : Cci tan offices nav
ing become vacant since your last session, by
death, resignation, or appointment lo other offi
cers, of those who held them, 1 have, in pursu
ante oftho power vested in me by the constitution,
appointed the following persons lo all these va
fancies, viz :
First Recitem kn r Infantkv.
UlLiLlA.U II. llAimiiU., J.nstgn, vice
In the same Journal, pige 88. the following :
"Monday, Aon. 7, 1701.
The Seriate proecded lo consider the nomina
tion ol the 1'resiileiit ol the United Mates, con
tained in his message of 3 1st October, 1701: and
resolved, that they advise and consent lo the op.
apointinent of the persons therein named, to the
olhccs to which they are respectively noiniuntecd
In the same journal, 1703, page 132, the fol
"United States, Feb. lJ2, 1703.
Gentlemen of the Senate: 1 nominate the fol
lowing persons for promotion and appointments
in the Legion of the United Slates, viz :
WILLIAM II. HARRISON, Lmduiani, vice
G EO RG E W A Sill NGTON. "
In the same journal, page 131. the following :
Saturday, Feb. 23, 170.'!.
The Sinali; took into cou.sideriitiou the nir.s
sugo of the President of the United Stutr.s, nomi
nating for promotions and appointments, in ilie
Legion of the U. Stales.
ItLSoU id, l lial the Senate advise
to the appointments respectively,
:.'")'), tho fol.
In the suiue journal, 1107. ji.i.ji
"United Still , Jnhi
Gentlemen of the Semite :
following persons lor proni',:ie
meiilv in the A nny of the I'. St
cr 1 i: i mi:n i or I i
Kingsbiiiy, promoted. JOHN AltA.MS.
On motion, it was agreni, by iio iiiioioiis eon.
sent to dispense with the rule, mid that the s.iid
nominations be now considered. Wheioiipoii,
J'esohed, 'I'hat ihe Scnalc do advise ami con-
sent to the appointment'
dy to the nonii-
In the same journal, 11 OS, pug,
The following wiiuen message
from the President ol the U. Slates,
; 2 s :2.
- '-'J, 110S.
by Mr. Mai.
com, Ins occrrtnry :
(ientlemeii of the sen.ile : I iMiniimte, clc.
WILLIAM 11. II.M'.RISON, Eqi. ol Virginia
to be Secretary nf t''C T rrilori jS)illnml. ol the
River Ohio. JOHN ADAMS.
Thursday, Ji,,iC CJX, 1108.
The Senate look into cousidciatioii the message
of tho Prc.iiclenl of ihu J. Stales, ol the 20th in
slant, and the nomination contained therein, &e.
Resolved, That they do mlvi.-u and consent to
the iiipoiiituients, iigrccubly lo the nominations
Li tho same journal, 150D, page 3-13, the fol
"United Stales, May, VI. LSuil.
Gentlemen of the Senate : I nominate WIL.
LI AM H. HARRISON, of the Northwestern
Terrrtoiy, lobe Governor of the Indiana Terii.
lory. JOHN ADAMS.
' Friday, February 4, LS03.
The message of the President of the United
Stales, communicated on 3d February, was re-id,
is follows: Gentlemen of the Senate : I nomi
nate &c, WIILLIAM II. HARRISON, to be
tiovcrnor of Indiana Tirrilory, from the 13ih
day ol Way next, when lus picseiil couuui.viuii as
Governor will expire.
WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, of Indi
ana, to be a CommisiionCi to enter into any treaty
or treaties udiielt may be necessary with a.w In
dian tribes Sorth West if the ()hio, and within
the territorial f the U. S. on the subject of their
boundaries or lands.
"Tuesday lib. 8, 1&0.1 I
She senate lesumed tho consideration of the
message of tho President of this United States,
of February 3, nominating John Martin Baker
anil others, to civil and military appointments;
and resolved, that they advise and consent lo the
apijpointniont.s, ngrecablo to the nominations re
In tho samojonrnal, (vol.2,) pages 44, 4 5,
' Monday, December 15, 1800.
Tho following written message were received
from the President oftho U. States, by Mr. Coles,
his Secretary :
To tho Senate oftho U. States: Vacancies
having happened during the last recess of the
Sr.nate, in the following offices, I granted com
missions to the persons herein named, to each re
rcspective vacancy; which commissions will ex
pire at the end of the present session of the Sen
ate. 1 now, therefore, nominate tho same per
sons to the snme offices, respectively, for appoint
inint: WILLIAM II. HARRISON, of Indiana, to
)o Governor of Indiana.
Wednesday, Dec. 17, 1806.
The Senate resuxed the consideration of the
nominations contained in tho message received
from the President of tho United States, on the
15th inst. rind resolved that they advise and con
sent to the Appointments of 13. Livingston, M
McClary. P. Curtcnius, P. L. Slienok, J Bar-
nes, V. v. 1'aiker, J. l age, w. iJuihatn, Vj.
Uoungcr, WM. II. HARRISON, &c, agreeably
to th-jir nominations respectively.
In the same journal, pages IM, lil, the lol
Saddling in l'aUi-.
r BIIE subscriber will continue the
1 SADDLING BUSINESS in all
various branches, at the old shop of
White &. iMclMiilm, where he in
tends to keep on hand all kinds ol
Saddlery and Harness,
Ladies' best Forcpiecc
" " Quilted Seats
" riash "
Gentlemen's Full-quilted Fallbacks
" Plain "
" Loosc-cnvcrcd Spanish
" Full-quilted "
" Quilted Seats "
Bridles nnd Martingales, assorted,
Saddle-bags and Trunks,
Harness of every description.
All the (diore Articles
Shall be made in the most fashionable style, of good
materials, and by the best workmen, und will be
disposed of on as moderate and accommodating
terms as they can be iillonteu at any oilier shop in
the upper country. QoAll kinds ol country pro
duce will be taken in exchange for Saddlerv.
SAMUEL II. McMlL'LIN.
Favetle, June 20th, 1610.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
HOWARD COUNTV, MO.
Win. M. Campbell, Esq., St. Charles.
James L. Minor, Esq., Jefferson,
Col. David Bailey, ' "
Block & Brother,
Geo. W. Huston, Esq. ! Troy.
Carty Wells, Esq.,
Cupt. Nathaniel Symonds, j
Gilchrist Totter, Esq., Bowling Orcen.
W. G. Merriweiher, 1'ihe County.
Bales 1-1 Brown Domestics.
a do 7-8 do do
1 do 0-4 do do
1 do 7-S do SulVulk drilling.
1 do 7-S do Orsenburge.
1 do Bed Ticking, for sale by
RICHARD H. LAW.
Fayof.c, May lGlh, 13-10.
Ji:st Uceeired and opened, fur Sate at
and Hook fStorc,
4 largo and full assortment of
j . Fresh Drugs, .Medicines,
Taints, Oils, fiycslufl's, Surgeon's
Instruments, Shop furniture. Glass
and Glassware, Chemical Appara
tus and Chemical Tests, Crucibles
und Retorts, Sulphate of Quinine,
Precipitated Extruct of Bark, Hu-
m;tii Nkelotons, Lead, Turpentine, Brushes, S;c. &c.
Also, a very Inrgo und varied assortment of
B' lOKs'.AND STATIONARY',
comprising Law, Medicine, Theology, Miscellany.
anil almost every variety ol School Howes, among
which nrc Greek, Latin, French and Spanish; Nov
els, lluuili 1'ooks and 1'uper of nil qualities ; Bibles,
Tosiiniioi-t, I'ruycrs, llyinics, Aliisic, Albums,
Osberu's geiiiiuie Water colors, Draw ings, Wul!
diid Bordering Paper, Rice ivc. &c. &c.
A lew hulked Phrenological Busts of approved
uioileis. All ollered low lor cash or approved
Fi:veite, .Time Cih, l !t). l jif.
Iron at YlioIt'nfc.
ARVEV &. Ill I1CII ure now receiving un ad
ditional supply ol genuine JUNIATA IRON
and NAILS, which they idler to the trudeat whole
sale only. Their stock consists of
1 1(1, (IU0 lbs. bar iron, assorted from U inches
sipiare to nail rods, including ull sizes
of round, sipia re, umfrlat.
Iif H HI lbs. American blister steel.
1000 " Germnn steed.
Mill ' (,'ast steel, three sizes.
WI0 " I loop iron, two sizes.
100 Kegs of nails and brads, assorted.
Also, six full sets uf tools, including anvils, vices,
bellows, screw plates, rasps, iiles, &,e.
Fayette. May Olh, 110.
filaow Iiiwiirauce Coiiiiauy.
f MIIE capital stock having been paid in, agreea-
I b!y to the provisions ul the act of incorpora
tion; this company is now ready to elli.ct Insurance
upon tho various descriptions of property subject to
loss or damage by lire or water, remittances by
mail, specie or bullion.
It will also undertake the collection of Notes,
Drafts, or Bills uf Exchange.
JAMES EARICKSON, IWt.
WM. F. DUNNICA. Secretary.
P. R. Nowi.ix,
W.M. I). SiVINNLV,
John M. Feazi.e,
J. T. Clevelanii.
Walter G. Chiles,
John M. Bell,
John P. Mouuis,
April 4th, HllO.
M Hi u ii ill's It k Way,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
WIIOI.I'.SM.I', and UF.TAII. U HOC I'. US;
No. 11, Front street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
Cash lor II rm p.
WE will pay cash for 1110 to 200 tons of good
clean hemp delivered in St. Louis. J
rT.MON'ltt & MORRISON, 10 Front St..;
March 21. 2-lni
CIOT I ON V A RN "iillOO ibs" Cotton Yarn truui
.'j()0 lo 1 100 200 lbs. Carpet Wurp. 100 lbs
Caiidlewick, fur sale by '
RICHARD H. LAW.
Fm'.'.'". Miv 10 Ii, 110 0ft
Fayette Eclectic Female Institute!
THE first session of this institution will com
mence on AWau, the 17th Auirust, 18-10, and in
cluding a short recess in October, will end on the
1st o) April ensuing. I henceforth, the regular
sessions, of 0 mouths each, will commence on the
first Mondays uf May and November. Vacations
in April and October o initially,
1 o those wishing to devote several venrs to study,
this institution is designed to furnish the requisite
facilities for acquiring a familiar knowlndgn of the
entire course of studies presented below. For those
whoso time may bo more limited, such portions ol
the course shall bo selected, as will bo best adapted
to their respective wants and circumstances; avoid
ing, in n 1 1 cases, the too common error of attempt
ing to instruct young ladies in the higher branches
uf science, before their minds have been siillicienlly
developed and prepared by rigid discipline, and a
thorough knowledge of the more elementary stud-
J he undersigned will have the entire control of
the Institution, and devote his whole time ami ener
gies lo render it in all rcspccls equal to the w.;n
and wishes of the community. He has engaged
the services ot Miss M. Huntington, as usistuit
'eaclier, and will employ a teacher of ?.Iuie and
rcnehas soon as classes to justify I he expense
can be raised. No extra chariro will he made for
instructions in French, when given by the under
signed, as lie proposes only to instruct classes to
read and translato correctly into English, without
being responsible for the accuracy of their French
pronunciation. 1 lie assistant leniale tiachcrs are
expected to board and lodge in the houe of the
undersigned. He lias maiio provision-, for the ac
commodation of a nilmber of pupils v ithout. board,
tec, nnd is desirous ol having as niitnv as uussi-
ble of those who come from a distance, under the
immediate supervision ot their teachers out of
school, as well as in it.
Parents in the country nro respectfully rpq iosteJ
not to permit their daughters, while ut school, to
create accounts in stores; instances of the abuse
of sucli permission, having been known to occur,
in this place, to the injury of all parties concerned.
Tin: Goveiinmknt of tho Institution will be tlml
of moral influence und not of physical force a
system of self-government, induced by I he innate
principles of moral rectitude, and directed bv the
sway ot public opinion in the school room.
The system of instruction will have for its
object, not merely to aid young ladies in acquiring
knowledge, or in unfolding und strengthening the
reasoning incomes, or in cultivating the moral
feelings, or in developing the physical powers, or
in tunning the manners and habits; but, clheicutlv
to promote their advancement in the pursuit of all
oj these objerts cnmbinca; giving to each the atten
tion duo to its relative importance, in leaking up
the sum total or peritenon in lemale character.
CLASSIFICATION AND COL'RSE OFSTCl'IES
1st division. Orthography, reading, writing and
oral instructions designed to develope tho mind,
and lorm nanus oi nxeu attention.
Tuition per session uf 5 months AS 00.
2d division. Mental Arithmetic, written Arith
metic, English Grammar, Ancient and .Modern
Gcogrophy, History of tho United States. Ancient
and lUouem History, Watts on the nuiiu, Composi
Tuition fees for one, or all of the ubovo
Junior Class. English Grummar, Arithmetic,
Natural Philosophy, including Chemistry und As
tronomy, Uotany, Algebra, Geometry (or a full
course of Mathematics when desired,) Intellccual
Philosophy, Philosophy ot Natural History. Latin
Greek und French languages, Piano-forte music
Tuition fees for one or all the abuve. the lan
guage and music excluded 12 00.
Music alone excluded 15 00.
Senior Class. Rhetoric, Human Physiology,
outlino of Geology, Logic, Political Class.-Rook,
Natural Theology, Moral Philosophy, analogy of
natural and revealed religion to the constitutiun
andeoiiisc of human nature, Music Compositions,
Tuition fees same us in Junior Class.
For Music, !!; for French, $2; and for use of
Piano to practice on, $1 per month will be charged.
Those entering atany time during the session will
bo charged only for the remaining part of it. Those
entering for a shorter period than a session must
pay in advance.
All tuition fees must bo promptly paid to the un
dersigned at the end of each session, or a note
given for the same, bearing the usual interest.
From all sums paid hi advance, (or either hoard or
tuition, a deduction of 5 per cent, will bo made.
Application for admission to the school, to be
Avado to the undersigned, at his residence, or by
Fayette, Mo., August 6th, 1 10. 21 tf
Elarvcy & JSircli,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
IRON, NAILS, STEEL, AND SLT,
Offer at Retail
very general and fresh assortment of Dry
Gouds, Groceries, Dycstull's, Hardware, Cul
Ghissware, Qtieensware, Blacksmith's Tools,
Rolling Cloths, Shoes, Boots, Hats, Caps, Bninels,
Paper, Saddles, l-'m'irellas, Grindstones, &.u. &c.
The iron, nails, steel, and sail, will be sold
at the ir-uul wholesale prices for cash, or on a credit
of ninety days, for satisfactory paper; und the ar
ticles ollered at retail, on u credit until the iirstof
January in each year, reserving the privilege of
closing and colluding an account at any time it
may be'eonsidcred doubtful. The goods ollered uro
believed to he of good quality, unless daeiuge is
specified, and the price named ut the counter the
one at which they should sell to those dealers who
are willing to ulluw a reasonable profit on tlicin
vesluient. Fayette, May 2;!d, IS 10. lOfiino
STATE "OOITSSt JUKI Couiit'Tof Randolph ss.
In Ihu Circuit Court, May 'Perm, Is 10.
Jarnes Head vs. Permelia Harrisun, and Elizabeth
Harrison, in tho Randolph Circuit Courl of May
r" I MILS day came the petitioner, und it appearing
-I lo the Court, by alliduvit, that the said Per
India Hurrisun is a nun resident of this Slate, it is
therefure, on uioliun of the petitioner, ordered
that notico be published once u week for eight
weeks successively, in some newspaper printed in
Jr nearest to tho county of Randolph, that the said
James Head, bus filed in the Circuit Court of su id
County of Randolph, u petition ugainsl tin; said
Permelia mid Elizabeth Uairison, selling forth that
he und the said Permelia and Lli.abctli Harrison,
are tenants in common in fee of u truetof land sit
uated in said County of Rundolph, und being the
oust half of the south east quarter of section ten,
in township fifty-two uf range sixteen, utid that he
is entitled to three fifths of suid tenements, and the
suid Permelia and Elizabeth cuch to onn lil'tb, und
praying for a partition thereof, and requiring the
said Permelia, to be und uppcur in ihu said Court,
before the end of iho next term thereof, to be holden
at Hunlsville, in tho suid County of Randolph, on
Ihe third Monday in September ltl(), und plead to
or answer said petition, or in default.thereof, judg
ment will be given ugainst tho suid 1 ermelia liar
risen by default.
A true copy,
ROBERT WILSON, Clerk.
June 13th, 1SI0. IDS
Hoot and Shot
Packages of Boots and Shoes, for sale y
M RICHARD H. LAW.
May 2:ld, IS10. lOtf
John Slag:, Si Co.
Wholesale and Uetait Uroctr and Commission
No. 21, Water street, ST. LOUIS M'V
f piIE subscribers having established themselves,
JL for the sale of
Carpcficiff, f'lonr Oil Clolli, Ac.
respectfully invite visiters to the city, to examine
their slock previous to purchasing elsewhere.
Their connexion with extensive importing houses
in Philadelphia and Now Orleans, will insure to
them a constant supply of the newest and most
fashionable articles in their lino.
They have now on hand, just received, Carpet
ing of the following description :
Brussels l-H, with bordering ;
Imperial !) Ply i
Superfine Ingrain ;
Fine and Ex Fine do ;
lhmuskand Plain Venetian;
1-t, D-d and 5-8 wide;
with Turkish, Wilton nnd Brussel Rugs, to match.
Floor cloth, Baize, Furniture, Oil Cloth, Stair rods,
every variety of price, Door Mats, &c. &c.
FI.i )OR OIL CLOTH, from !i feet to 21 feet wide
suitable for Parlors, Halls, &c. which will Lo cut
lo order, for any room within the sir.c of 21 by 00
feet, winch, with superfine, fine nnd common cloth
table covers, and every other article pertaining lo
the business-arc ofi'cred low on pleasing terms.
M ACAu LLi (V. S'J
No. 51 North Main street Saint Louis.
March 21 , 110. if
Ucorffc YT. Callahan,
ATTOIl.XHY AT LA W,
(SAINT LOUIS, MO.
Messrs. II. N. Davis &, Co. St. Louis, Mo.
" John Riggin Si Brother, do
" James Lyman & Co. do
' J. B. & M. Camden, do
" Clark, Van Alen & Co. do
" Strothcr, Holcoinbe, & Co. do
" Hooper, Peck & Scales, Galena, 111.
" Barry & Hurst, Baltimore,
Doct. David Keener, do
Messrs Hall,& Co.
George Handy, Esq. Philadelphia.
Stephen K INidelot, Esq. do
John M. Chupron, Esq. do
Messrs Richards, Kingsland & Co. N'w York
' Oakley, Johnson & Clark, do
" Pettiboue & Long, do
Lewis G. Irving, Esq. do
ftook and Stationery.
C . I) I H f HI I E S , As CO
SAIXT LOUIS, MO.
Invite the attention of Country Merchants, Tublic
Ollicers, Teachers and the public, to their exten
sive slock or
SCHOOL BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS,
PAPER & STATIONERY, generally,
Comprisins; tho largest slock ever offered in Saint
Louis, which they will sell at the lowest prices for
Lash or lur approved city paper, on u liberal credit
They havo also on hand a large assortment of
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, and Wall paper
v. l u h they will sell at greatly reduced prices,
.larch 21, 1310. tf
The undersigned having obtained letters of ad
ministration on the 7tli day of August 18-10, of
the county court of Howard county, on the estate
of Patrick ll'ooJs, dee'd., hereby give notice, to
ull persons having claims, or holding demands
demist said deceased, to appearand prove them
within twelve months from the date aforesaid, and
if nut within three years from the date of said let
ters, they will betorcver barred.
ADAM C. WOODS,
Administrators' of said dee'd.
August 15th, 13-10. 22 3t.
l iiihrella and Tarasol Jlanufac
NO. 2S, MARKET STIIEET, St. LoUIS.
J HERE can be found a large and extensive as
T V sortment of Silk, Gingham and Oil cloth um
brellas : also plain and figured Tarasols of every
stylo and finish, some with rich Pearl and Ivory
bundles, manufactured especially for the retail trade,
and will be sold by wholesale or retail at Eastern
prices, udding the transportation of stock &.C. &.C.
Country merchants are invited to call and examine
March 2Ll-tf. N. PHILIPS, 29 Market st
PAIS A SOLS.
"B UST finished, the most extensive assortment
Jr ever ot.ered, some very chaste and cegant pat
terns, at prices varying from $1 00 to 0 00, for
sale very low by N. PHILIPS,
29 Markct-st St. Louis.
KA rhflfl 11,s 600U" Merchantable Rags
V v 1 J wanted in exchange for Buuks
and S'.ationory, by
TURNBULL &. THURSTON,
No. 132 Main Street, opposite the State Bunk
M. louis, mo.
April 4th, cilO. 3 ly
fl"MH:3 is to notify ull, and every person or per
J- sons, holding notes, or obligations, of any do
scriplion, to winch lam bound as security, to tuk
steps os will release ine from said bonds, notes or
obligations, before the approachintr term of the
Howard Circuit Court : as 1 will not stand any lun
Fayette, July 2"th, 1110. 10 tf
pieces Black and LIuo Black plain and ti
do Plain and Figured Fancy Silks
do Muslin de Luin.
do Painted Lawn,
do Black Bombazine.
do Silk Pocket Handkerchiefs, fur su
uy lUUlAKD H. LAW
May 23d, 1910.
Oft pieces Black, Blue, Green, Invisible Green
Drub, Cud:t mix, Steel mixed, Brow
und Olive Cloths.
30 do Cassimerc und Satinett
13 do Red, Green, White and Yellow Flun
30 doz. Cotton und Silk Hose, for sale by
RICVARD H. LAW.
May 23d, 1S10. lOtf
large assurlment of Summer Goods, suitable
lur gentlemen, lor sale by
RICHARD II. LAW.
May 23d, 1110, l (it r
4 Bountiful assortment of Shawls, fancy dress
X V Handkerchiefs, Scarf's, Lace Collars und Rib-
buuil-, lor sale by RICHARD II. LAW.
JWll VM, 11111. (,f
N A I ls:
kegs 3d. 4, (i, H, 10. 1 1. 20. nuils.
150 lbs. Indigo,
300 d Madder.
100 do Alum, Pepper, and C'opperus.
(i Hhds. N. O. Sugar.
3UII0 lbs. Havana Colleo.
4 Chests Tea, for sale by
RICHARD II. LAW.
'if IHO Lll,licl I'Jtx Seed, wanted by
4UUU RICHARD H. L.
May 23d, IS 10
Wheat! Wheal!! Wheal!!!
OHO ,iu,l.,uUor B"ud clean Wheat want
J, V t f oil, lur which a liberal price will be
f'ven, by RCAIID II. LW
l u cue, .' illy I I ! I, I
TruMcoH Kale of Itcal relate.
UNDER and by virtue of a deed of trust execu
ted to tho undprsiffned, by William Finnell.
and Emily J. Finnell, his wife, on the lllth day of
July l:lfi, to secure to Jere. Kingsbury, a debt ol
fivo hundred dollars, nnd Interest thereon, The
mulcrsiirned trutee in said deed, named under the
niithorily therein contained, and upon the require
ment of said King'bury, will, on Saturday the 20th
day of August, IB 10, proceed to sell at public ven-
Ine, to tnn highest inaaer, ai me ioun house floor.
iho Comity of Howard, lor cash, the west hall
the north-west quarter of section eighteen, in
township fifty one, range fifteen, in the County of
Howard n nil State ot Missouri, containing eighty
two fity four one hundredths acres.
UiifUAMliN 11. lt.CV.S,
By his attorney, Roland Hughes.
Auirust Hth, 1"10. 21 at
IMPORTER, MANUFACTURER & DEALER
MUSIC & MUSICAL 1NSTRUMENTS.IN
An. 21, Market St., St. Imuis.
MIE subscriber respectfully informs his custo
niers and the public generally, that he lias just
pencd a largo and valuable assortment of new
Music, Musical Instruments and Musical Mer
chandise of every discription ; consisting of supe
rior trench cornets; valve trumpets; Unstinan s
tenor and bass trombones, (Choffe's pattern) Opbe
clidcs; E. &. C. Kent Bugles, from 5 to 9 keys;
concert trumpets; bass horns, bass and tenor
drums, French horns, concert and post horns ; supe
rior nmshed guitars, some beautifully inlaid with
pearl, ivory and silver, varying in price from $3 to
$00 ; violins, all qualities ; double basses and bass
viols, with patent machine heads Cristman's premi
um Flutes, from $1 to $05 ; do, clarionets, 5 to 13
keys; double and single flogeolcts ; fifes, various
kinds ; metronomes; bird organs; music boxes ;
splendid accordcons, from 0 to 22 keys, inlaid with
pearl and various kinds of fancy wood, from $3 to
$10; violin nnd bass viol bows of all qualities;
reeds for claronets ; crooks and mouth pieces for
bugles, cornets, trumpets, horns, etc.; portable mu
sic desks; tuning hammers and torks; violin bridg
es and pegs; hair and rosin for bows; cases for va
rious instruments ; music papers ; instruction books
for all instruments; patent par folio for securing
loose music ; superior violin violinccllo, guitar, harp
and piano forte strings: Also, dulcimer wire. The
stocli ot music ; merchandise is very extensive, em
bracing every article appertaining to music
The ubove stock was selected with great care by
the subscriber, and every instrument is warranted
correct, and can bo returned if found imperfect in
any respect. Those in pursuit of good instruments,
will find it to their advantage to call and examine
this stock, as it embraces the largest and best as
sortment ever ollered in this city. A liberal dis
count made to seminaries, bands und artists of tho
profession. Musical instruments of every kind
repaired and put in proper order. dec. 9.
VOUAL 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 other instruments;
also, music arranged for a full band : sacred music
in sheet and books ; rorcign music ; a splendid se
lection for the piano forte violin, flute, etc., by tho
most eminent composers ; among which are, De Ber
iot, Lafont, Mayseder, Osborn, Thalberir, Auber
and Hertzes. In addition to the above, the sub
criber will receivo monthly all the latest and best
music published in the United States. Ou his coun
ter may bo seen a variety of musical wurks and
fashionable music. The following are among the
collection, tho Boston Musical Souvcnier; Orphan
lyre, a collection of glees ; Kingsley's social choir ;
the Odeon ; Boston glee book ; music of Christ
Church ; Cutel on harmony ; Burrow's Tiano 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 ot singing j La Mosique or Mu
N. PHILIPS' Music Saloon,
RICHARD II. LAW respectfully informs his
old friends that he has just returned from
Philadelphia, New York, and Boston, with acsm
plote assortment of Merchandize, consisting of
Dry Goods, Hardware, Queensware, Groceries,
Boots, Shoes, and Dye Stuffs, which he will sell on
the most reasonable terms and usual credit; he
solicits a continuance of their favors and trusts
they will call and examine for themselves.
Fayette, May 10th 1810. l)tf.
J. II. Sickle's & t o.
WHOLESALE AXD HETAILDEALERZ
IS SADDLER Y, AM) SADDLER Y
N 31 1-2 North Main street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
Acv Ir lis "Store.
r',E Subscriber is now receiving and opening
X in the house formerly occupied in Glasgow by
Messrs. Cockerill & Douulioe, a new and fresh sup
ply of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stufl's,
surgical Instruments, &c., &c., which he otters to
the public on liberal terms. Physicians furnished
on six months ut a small advance on Eastern cos t
All orders punctually attended to.
F. W. DIGGES.
Glasgow, May 10th, 1810. ij)
The lull hi oodedhor t horn
urhain Hull, Suwarrou.
SUWARROW may be
found at the following places
during the season, to wit:
at Mr. Roland Hughes' June,
Aurust and October, at Mr.
Geurge Burroughs' ono week in the first part of
July and September, and also the last week in the
sumo months ; the remainder of his time he may be
found ut the farm of the undersigned.
JEREMIAH IIUCKER. Jr.
June 20th, 1610. Htf
ito V & llliiiton,
ATTORMEYS AT LA IV,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
'flicn on Chesnut, between Main and Second ts.
It i ni.l:nidAri7isTitiier, "
WHOLESALE DEALERS L STOVES,
No. 33 Wutcr street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
IQIIN SIMOM.S, JR. WM. M. IMOIIRISON
Kiniond A: illorriMtif,
No. 10 Front street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
Ii. V A. TraevT
COMMISSIO.y A.XD FORWARDIXti
ME R CHAM'S,
Front Sreet ST. LOUIS, Mo.
.luiiii l. .foliation,
ATTOR.XEY AT LAW,
, ,. . ST. LOUIS MO'
Olhee in i ...tirt House Buildin;, Feu th. tree'