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r, PAYETTE, MISSOURI, NOV. 1, 1840.
V- i ' i ,
Proposed by Central Jackson Diss varied by Van
gjurtn 1 Its 1 EOPLI VIH ctuviui iy inc cux
lion o General Harrison.
WE TAPE REPUBLICAN TICKET
; ; FOR PRESIDENT, .
Wm. H. Harrison,
. ' or onm. ' '
. . TOR VICE PRESIDENT, '
John Tyler, 'of Virginia.
Fot Electors of President and Vice President of tkt
PHILTP COLE, of Washington.
JOSEPH C. BROWN, of St. .ouis,
. SAMUEL C. OWENS, of Jackson.
' STEPHEN CLEAVER, of Ralls.
Tousnthipt. Harrison. Van Buren Total.
Fnyette, 30s 238 546
Clasgow, 128 247 373
Franklin, 112 193 lir
Boon's Lick, f9 63 142
Bonn Ferome, 29 46 75
Prairie, 56 26 62
Moniteau, 04 63 132
4 ' 754 001 1055
Vao Buren majority, 147
, r The Whig majority in B.ion is upwanls nf 000.
In Rinolph, ovrr 100. In Cooper, over 100. In
Monroe, 193. In Saline. 51.
. The Sr. Lou la mail, due here on yesterdav,
failed to arrive. It should have been made up on
Tuesday last at twelve o'clock, but as that was
election day, we suppose Mr. Watbuk and his
clerks were working for Mr. Van Buren, in a
more acceptable manner thnn depositing newspn
ers in the mail bags which contained nothing but
,.hig victories! On the 4th of March next, tin
old gentleman will be called upon to "square hit
books." IT IS DONE.
The people have spoken. The die is cast. For
ourselves, we have no misgivings as to the result.
Should we be mistaken, we will have the conscious
ness of having done our duty. It has been our
province to "keep watch," as a sentinel at his post,
nd arouse the land to a sense of the importance: ol
the issue, and the necessity of defending our ban
ner to the last extremity that we esteemed compat
ible vrilh the elective franchise. This has heen
4one, and if defeated, we will "temper our cour
age," and again be found sustaining the flag of our
faith. If it has not, os we believe it has, been sig
nally exemplified in this contest, that the people ot
the United States will rebuke Executive usurpation
and the grossest mslfesance in office, we cannot hut
have an abiding confidence that the day of retribu
tion is not far distant. B it we did not take our
jtcal to indite a paragraph on politics. We ate
glad that the hour has arrived tin t gives us a res
pite from its turbulence. Our mind is already freer
ram the clogs which tend to confine it, and has
already attained to more thnn its ordinary eleva
tion.' We can now turn away from thu cares and
troubles incident to political strife, and hold con
verse with our readers on subjects more consonant
-with their prepossessions, as well as nure exciting
to good morals and correct taste.
'".' THE WHIGS OF HOWARD.
We are too young to cull as compliment from
that sentiment which proclaims that "age is honor
able." We claim to have lived in no other cen
tury than this: but, we hive been roamcrs, wc
have been thrown in many communities, and on
no occasion have we teen a party m fully act out
their whole duty, as the body of the Whigs ot
Howard. Setting at our tablo we can count thirty
of our friends who did rot come up, but in all our
xeal we can find an excuse for them. After defeat
upon defeat for twelve successive years, a body
numbering 600 must be something more than hu
man in its composition, who would make its en
lire appearance at the polls under such dispiriting
circumstances. It was gratifying ts us, however,
to observe the bearing of tho men who are hence
forth to be our neighbor. With such spirits to
aid us, we enter upon our duties with fresh energy,
and wilb no other conviction than that our cause K
our country's, and must prevail.
"Already have the self styled whigs
entered upon the work which Jun has directed them
to do already are thoy boasting of their success,
and they laugh in their sleeves at what tliey term
tli gullabilitv of the people. But we know no
democrat will prove recreant lo his duty."
"Democbatb Lf Out!!! Another of Jim
Birch's secret circulars has come to light. It srem
that he assumes upon himself the office of a direc
tor, and directs ami manuges every movement ot
the self-styled Whig party."
"Recollect, Jim Birc'u. the man who
in 1834, solicited your suffrages as a candidate for
Congress, once supported the same principles you
now are struggling forbut his ambitious hope
and expectations were disappointed and this threw
dim into that party which lie had striven to defeat.
Yes, he now is the acknowledged head of th.i'
party, which six years ago he opposed, anil lie now
endeavors to dictate to you whit you shall do.
We copy the foregoing beautiful niorceaus from
tb"0ark Standard." The follow who writes for
that paper soldi to take credit to himself for firm
ing a heavier broadside at Col. Birch than any ol
hit friends. He must try again. He has'nt won
trick yet. Just let him read the "Democrat,''
"Far Wast," anil "Chronicle," and then come U
.the Boon's Lick country, and hear the Locos talk,
a ad k will then find (hat ho has not even "cut out''
las Job! Try again, we say. Listen to ths fol
lowing toast drank by 600 Locos of Howard.
Chariton and Saline, at the Glasgow Barbecue
Here It la: - . - r
"Hera'a wlsfiinr-that "a kettle fnll of Jammv
Birch's unpardonahie lies may he made into sofi
sosns to grsne Old Tip's beU whIi. to max him
runthVfc.v - - -i ..r , i. i ir ...
i TOThr1viToTvra-wrotf tmrtair eoiurmn in
the last Democrat Is stffuriouJ.'tliat' w know not
which most to admire, his desire to lie or hisabilitv
to do lb We understand the cause however1. Ii
lias gone abroad that by the aid of tht Marshal In
cs Ding personally on every Democrat to be at the
pulls, the Whigs were 10 be beuten 500, but it
was "no go." The statement as to "bribery, trick
ery, and the importation of votes" is is false as
the man who wrote it is certainly becoming con
temptible. The ndministratiun has been on trial
for four years, and by comparing the vote of 1836,
with that of last Monday, we Gnd a Whig gain ol
'Chapman is Cnowi.No. hut MOON CAN'T.'
: Democrat of Wednesday.
We are authorized by the Captain to stale that
the foregoing has been pocketed by the author, and
that although not exactly "statu quo," he neverthe
less, expects to crow long and loud over the defeat
of Martin Van Buren.
"CROW, CHAPMAN CROW."
The poor Locos, in their plenitude of misery,
have been crowing over the supposed defeat of
Col. Oole, the indefatigable Whig Representative
of the 21sf Congressional District of Pennsylva
nia! To add to their hilarity of feeling, we will
state that he is re-elected by nn increased majority
(fc-The " curled whiskered Dr., called Redman
who ripped nnd roared looked savage unto denth
but killed nobody," at the political discussion held
in Calloway, is not from Fayette, as stated by the
"Reformer." We merely correct the mistuke, in
order that the impression may not get abroad that
we have suck men in Favetle.
The Philadelphia U. S. Gazette, says : We un
derstsnd that the Grand Jury of the county had un
der consideration yesterday the fraud supposed
lo have been committed in the books of the public
otlices. in which are entered the names of those
who declare their intentions of becoming citizens.
Judge Barton entered with zeal upon a subject that
seemed to involve one of the greatest questions
that has ever arisen. We heard it stated that on
Wednesday, one of the Courts would prepare to
ict upon the charges, if the Grand Jury presented
"WITH THINE OWN LASH WILL I
We have no desire either to excite anew, or to
ndj tu the heat of the political cauldron, but lesi
there should bs a single Missottrian who is not en
tirely convinred that the means adopted to render
public a private Icttor from Gen. Clark to Col. Birch,
was unaulbirized, unprecedented, and UNGEN-
1'LEMANLY, we publish the following letter from
Mr. Smith, a Democratic Member of Congress
of Maine, having reference to the publication of a
confidential letter addressed to himself by Mr.
Woodbury, (Mr. Vun Buren's Secretary of tin
freusnry.) Mr. Smith is, and has long leen the
oracle of the . Loco-foco party of the North, and
Ms estimation of such conduct will, doubtless, eua-
tilo the last honorable Missuurian, to properly np-
reciate the' MANLY tearing, or the honorahlt
impulses, of the individual who is said to have pur
loined the letter from Col. B , and the tool whu madt
nimsclf accessary by having ir. published.
From the Eastern Argus.
Boston, Oct. 12, 1840.
Messrs. Editors: 1 have seen with feelings
of pity and scoin thu publication of a private
communication addres eu lo me by tie Secretary
of the Treasury about one year ngo. Although
iheic is nothing in the letter which either Mr.
Woodbuiyor mysell ..would desira to have con
cealed from the public eye, the meanness, cow
ardice and knavery of making public a private
oiniiiuiiication, addressed to, and me property ol
another, without his knowledge or consent, wheth
er obtained serieplitiously or not, will forcvei
brand ail the parlies concerned in such publica
tion with infamy und disgrace. And il it were
possible to Hdu to the double, villiany of this trans
action by any circumstances of aggravation, they
are found in the act that the letter, referred to, was
tnaiked by the writer "confidential." 1 believe
(hat it was stolen from me. But whether il was
or not, no one had any right to il but myself. It
wan known, by all who saw it, to be my property,
and mine aloue, and none but a knave and n
scoundrel would print or publish or peruse il in
manuscript if it tame in his way, without my per
mission. I therefore pronounce the man who stole
it, or obtained it in any other manner, and lur
dished it for publication, and the mar. who caused
itio be publifhed. to be a COWARU, a KNAVE,
and a VILLAIN.-fit only to associate with thieves
Of all the means tesorled to for electioneering
pui poses that of making public letters written in
the confidence of private esteem, is the most mean
and dispisable. With all honorable men such a
l ouise is held in utler abhorrence, and is never
resorted to, or approved of by any, but DAS
TARDS and TRAITORS.
Yuur ob't servant.
The following is the loiter nf Mr. Woodbury, to
which Mr. Smith has reference :
MR. WOODBURY'S LETTER.
Washington, 1st Sept., 1839.
"Dear Sib: Yours of the 2 1th ult. was re
ceived lust evening. I llinuk you 8: net rely fir
the friendly sentiments it expie.-ses lownrds my.
self petsunally; but I must confess, th.il the tone
of it, and of Mr. Waynes' letter, which you en
close, are tuck towards the administration, as to
. rente mu h regret and painful disappointment in
lespect tu the boundary question. '
When every thing -even war, wns hazarded by
the President last spring for that question; boh
when the whole su.iimoi has been spent by the
Secretary of State in efforts to advance the inter,
estsof Maine, and when nil the test of us heie
have sustained the claims of Maine, m firmly, ul
least, as the strange democrat, some of your politi
cians recommended to the special minister to
England, on this subject it is really diseuurag
ing, and causes sickness at the heart, to hear the
complaints reiterated by out friends, of ihe "op
parent apathy und unc mcern of t'te General Gov
ern ment in regard to Ute North-taiteru Bounda
y." We have so many real and un ivoidable
troubles with our enemies at home and abroad,
that to have lliesa incsnaed aiiuUgiavatad by out
friends makes me utterly despondent. ' , f
I have now been left alone here, struggling with
embarrassments without panllel in our finan.
cial hinory. for over two merths-and taking' the
a. WifonoTTdfabir ZHtnf aWuTfferfoTarrvrarHgSIl
the other Departments, in" the hbsendo of their
Heads, when eases of doubt,, difficulty and great
responsibility arise -and now . to have this new
tource of discontent, danger and threatened war
upon us re-opentd, is more than I am able to bear.
1 1 ia aaid to be the lust feather, which brea a tho
But with this heavy and additional pressure,
when il was hoped thnl all was in a favorable
train, my exhausted frame must soon yield. I
will do nil in my power for my friends nnd the
tnuse while 1 nm here; but 1 cannot wo,k mira
cles, and neither my mind nor I ody is made of
iron. To cscipe death or insanity, I shall leave
my ptesent situation the first moment the Presi.
dent will consent to it; and 1 sincerely p.-ay, that
some oun from New England may succeed me,
more successful imd hblu in giving satisfaction,
not only on the Boundary question, but all others
of importance. This year is my eighth one In
the Executive Department, and it is high time for
lotation not that I love the good cause less, but
that 1 love principle more, and the wishes of my
friends more, to promote better by the services of
other men, ol dillerent or similar politics, the
great interests of at least some of the Stales, if
not all ol them.
I complain not a word. Indeed, had I been
left to my own inclinations and judgment, I should
have resigned over a year ago. But as some of
the obstacles, then existing, have been since re
moved, I think a glimmer of light to myself per
sonally breaks through the clouds.
I will show, ss you seem to wish, your letter
and Air. II. s to the f resident on his return at the
close of the month. After the glorious reactions
in tho West, I tiust, tint our leading friends in the
East have not so conducted as to lose cdste with
the people & to lessen our majorities there as you
fear. Eeven Rhode Island has eained Itirsclv on
the democratic sids within two years; and if Maine
is determined to throw herself into the arms onhe
opposition, or lo ploy into their hands during
such a crisis as the piesenl one let us beseech a
kind Providence lo save the Iiepublir.,rou so ahm
op klesh can avail us. I had rather have lost
Tennessee and Indiana united.
"Hon. Albert Smith, Portland, Ale."
The Philadelphia Gazette, of the 20ih, says:
It's none of our business, exactly but we ven-
ture to intimate the txtremo outlines of an idea,
that the Penusylvanian is most egregiously de
ceiving its readers by talking about ten thousand
majority for M. Van Buben in Pennsylvania, at
ihe election on te 30ili. The thing is preposter
ous. Figures speak more sonorously than irag.
The National Gazette has given an estimate and
statement, upon which we confidently rely; for
we observe that they ore fortified by tabular out
works, and those cannot be overlhrr wn, and
yet tiny must be, utterly, to make the Pennsylva
nia's logic or predictions smooth and true A list
is given, containing returns from all the counties
in the State except four; and it proves the Has-
kison licit gam thus lur lo be five thousand one
HUNDRED AND SIXtV SEVEN.
If we are aslted (observes the National) on
what grounds we base our expectations that the
electoial vote of Pennsylvania will be given to
Harrison, we answer at lolluws:
Harrison's gain 6167
There was no contest in Berks, and the
above table shows at least 500 more
than the actual Van Buren majority. 500
Thus 5667 votes may fairly be deducted from
the opposite side which reduces the old majority
to a small fraction. It should be remembered also
' hut the administration majority in October 1836
was upwanls of 16,000, and in (he next month
Harrison was defeated hy only 4.400, showing
that his own sirerghth in Pennsylvania exceeds
that of the Whig party at least 1 1,000 voles.
WHIG VICTORY EVEN IN SOUTH
The following gratifying intelligence reached
us by the last Southern mail. Even in South
Carolina the great cause is upheld by a band of
determined freemen, thai is daily increasing in
numbers, and in the vii toiy we now record gave
earnest thai they will yet redeem the Stale from
From tne Columhia (S. C.) Chronicle, Oct. 17.
OLD RICHLAND REDEEMED ! HARRI
SON, TYLER AND REFOlUI TR1UM
PHANT. The warmest political contest that ever Rich
land D.i strict experienced, has teiminated triu u.
phanlly in ihe favor ol the Whigs! THEIR EN
TIRE TICKET IS ELECTED!! Our oopo-
ileitis did all that could be dune. They brought
o bear upon this election, the voters liom seven
Districts, who owned propertv in Hu hlanil!!!. .
They dragged the Cougaree from Broad River to
McUord's Ferry WEPT THE STATE All-
SENAL CLEANED OUT THE JAIL! and
iaked every avenue that contained a voier ieal
We slate tnese facts from no vindictive feel
ings, but that our friends abroad may know what
the lew pent up and much abused Whigs in Rich-
laud district have had to cniounter in this un.
precedonled struggle. We on y claim the greater
triumph. The Whigs are determined to keep
the HEART of the State sound. We confidently
believe that, of ihe legal resident voters of Rich
land District, the W lugs have a majority of near
ly two bundled.
Loco r ocos.
Benjamin T Elmore, 603
W. F. Di-Sausiure, 596
William Hopkins, 506
James Douglass, 5S6
Jas. II. Adams, C20
Jos. A. Black. 618
J. D. Tradewell.613
Thos. H. Wade, 619
EX GOVERNOR MILLER S OPINION.
The Bonnville Observer gives the fol lowing
specimen of the opinion of that wiseacre John
Miller, on the character and conduct o theme-
cliai'ic) and farmers of the country. The Loco
locos always think Ihe people fouls unless they
follow their dictation. Missouri Republican.
This gentleman being asked the other day how
ho thotighl the Presidential contest was likely to
terminate, said that heretofore he hud been quiet
conhdeil of 1 resident' Von liureiis re-election,
hut since the larmeis and mechanic shad all turned
damned fools there was no knowing what would
be the end of it.
"Pun-TV WouitN. Of all ill her viaw. a man
iimw. in timfl. irmw lirAtl. hut in th lo,intintific.A uf
women there is a variety which et weariness at
lermiice. 1 tie divine rini or oeauty. says Junius.
tue only otvine rint an biignsuinan can acsnoi
Il. and a Drellv woman the onW tvrint he i
not authorized to resist."
The above i t from a paper "down East," and it-
editor is either " love-cracked" or a natural foul.
If he had spoken of sensible women, instead of
pretty,'' (wa detest the term "pretty") ha wight
have passed as a man of discernment aJ sease.
Pretty is pretty V," 1 our tfoetriiw..'- 4 ., -. I
I EXTRAORDINARY FRAUD.- -
j The following; facts are stated In (he Philadel
I An act has been brought to light which is con
netted with one of the most iniquitous frauds
ever practised in this country in reference to the
elections. The matter ia undergoing judicial en
quiry, and we therefore give the report as it is now
Our leade.s are aware that the Locofoco vote
in the city and county of Philadelphia was larger
hy several thousands, than any one, even the
honest men of the party, believed it would be; no
man, for instance, thought that there was so many
Vun Buren voters in the city and county, by sev.
eial thousands, as there were Van Buren votes
received last Tuesday, arid attention was, conse
qurntly, drawn to the naturalization proceedings,
to inustiate the subject. I ho following discovery,
we learn, has been made. In ihe book of the
pioper officer of the Court, wherein are registeied
(he names and oaths of those emigrants who de
( laro their intention to become citizens, leaves
had been inserted this year in the recoid of the
year 1838, and ihe names of many persons as
declaring their intent ons, and the naiiieof.lhe
former clerk of ihe office forged thei'e'to;' and the
Court having been induced' to believe that llicse
several entries were really made in 1838; gran
ted the papers of naturalization. This high hand.
ed Iraud, striking at the purity of Courts and
elections, has been- brought to the notice of Judge
King, and will be carefully sified.
More or the fkavds in Philadelphia.
The astonishing increase ol" voles in Philadel
phia city and county, particularly in Mr. Inger
soli's district, is likely to be accounted for, in a
way which must vitiate that person's election.
Tho following is from the Philadelphia North
American of yesterday:
Court3.--Mo.ndav, Oct. 19th. In the Court of
General Sessions, the trial of Eldridge for forgery
is still pending. The day is occupied in hearing
luither testimony on die pari of the Common
wealth; the defence has not yet been opened.
To day further developments of Irauds in the
naiuiulizatiori of foreigneis have been mode.
On examiii. lion in the office of the Courts of
General Sessions, Judge Barton has found a large
number of forgeries of his own signature; and in
consequence of this ilisrovery, has taken posses
sion fall the books and papers relating to natu
ralization, with the view of further investigations,
and to prevent the destruction of the evidences
of guilt. So fur as e have been able to learn,
no clue to the perpetrations of this outrage has
yet been found.
Tne St. Louis Republican, says . We have be
fore us a tabular statement of ihe late Congres
sional vote in Georgia, and note that in the county
of Bullock, the h:giiest Whig vote was eigln,
while the Locofoco candidates received about three
hundred nnd sixty-five each. Whereas in Lauren
comity, the Lciofocos received only one vo:e, ami
ihe Wliigs four hundred and forty-three. So also
in Montgomery, the Loeofocu vote varied from two
lo seven, while the Whig candidates received t" ;.
hu:.dred and two.
IS hcrohy civen, "'it letters of administration,
were granted to (he tmrlersi jned hy llic'C'lerk ot
he County Court of Knn.lolpli county, on the esiate
if Mary F. Taylor, dee'd bearing date tin 6'.h
.lay of October. H40, all persons hating claim
against said estate, nre required to present ihi
ame properly authenticated 'br settlement within
one year from the da! of the letters aforesaid, i r
tliey may be precluded from any benefit. of said E
tnto, and if not pre-cnted within three years the
will be forever barred.
HENRY BO WEN.
34 4l Administrators.
IS hereby given, thru the undersigned lias ob
tained from ihe County Court of Howard rounti-.
letters of ailininisirriioii testamentary on ihe
estute of A. Sani S n, c'eceasoil, bearing date the
-ccond day of November, 140. that all per
ons indebted to said estate arc requested lo n.ilo
immediate payment, and that all persons having
claims against said estate are requeued to exhibii
hem properly authenticated, within one year from
lie dale of said letters, or they mny be precluded
from having nuy benefit of said estate, and if said
claims are not presHnted within three years, ihty
win be forever oarreu.
34 It JOSEPH ROPER,
November 7. 1840. Adni'r.
STATE Or" iUlcSUUiU,(
County of Unurard.
Court November Term, IS 10.
' IHE County Court of Howard county To all
X who shall see these presents greeting:
Know yn that, whereas, Thomas C. Bureh, sen ,
la e of said County of Howard, having deed, fts j.
aid, and John Kuss having exe-mtrd bond with
satisfactory security, and complied wiih the requi
sitions of the law: The Court d . by these pres-
eiiis, give and grant to the said John Uos, tun
power nnd aullimiiy to administer all and singtrm
the goods suit chattels, rights and credits of il
snid Thomas C. B ircli, deceased, and tu ask foi
demand", and in a legal manner to require and re
ceive all manner ot debts and demands due unc
cuinii'g to tho said deceased, and fain. fully ui-no.r
of the same according lo law: And, lastly, the
Court do, by these presents, constitute and appoint
sit John hots administrator, uit boms non, on the
estate of tho said Thomas C. Burcll, aen . dcd.
IN witness whereof, I. NATHANIEL
t ) FOKD. Clerk of said Court, have here
unto set my hand and alhxed the seal ol
said Court, at otfhe, this 4'h day ol
November, 1 3 10
N. I-'OKD. Clerk.
STATE Or MISSOURI, I
County nj il'iuard.
I certify that I recorded the above letters of ad-
mini-traiion on the day of their date, and before
delivering the same.
N. FORD. Clerk.
VLL persons indebted to THOS. A. LEWIS,
by note, bond, or book sccoont, are r-qnesied
to come forward immediately and make payment
ihe undersigned, orcoerivf measures will be pur
sued, WM. D. SWINNEY.
THOS. N. COCKEKILL.
Asaiitnees of T. A. Lewis.
Glasgow, Nov. 7, 1B40. 34 tf
To whom it may concern J
VTOTICE i hersfcv given to all the creditors nf
THOS. A. Li WIS. thu he has executed a
Deed of Assignment to the undersigned, for tin
'iiMietlt of all his creditors, w hieh deed bears dub
he aUth dav or October. Hilt; And ihev srt
aerehy reque'sifd tuCOME FOKWAKD WITHIN
KIVE MONTHS AND PROVE THEIR RES
PECTIVE CLAIMS, that distribution may be made
in couipluucc with said Deed of Assignment.
WM. D. SWINNEY.
.'; . .v .'. .THOS, N. COTKERILL. )
Assignees sf Tho. A. ii-
Glasgow. Nov. mi 'it tf
, Jsrowrt e ipy. f ,r ,W -M v , M ?
HA. Mi NOTE TAHLK,
Corrected weekly from tkt St. Louis Republican
United States, (old and new) and bran., 2 a 3 pr.
a a 3 no
Bank of trie.
Lu nberinan's bank.
3 to 0 dis
par to 1 pr
3 to 4 pr
par 2 a 3 do,
All city bank, Baltimore,
Vlineral bank Cumberland,
E ktun Bank, Maryland,
Commercial bank ivlillington,
Susquehanna Bridge and banking Co.
All o hers,
2 to 2 i pr,
1 to 2 pr
New Orleans City banks,
Clinton and Port riud-on Rail-Road bank.
Northern bank, Kentucky,
Buik of Kentucky,
7 to 10 dm
7 to 10 dis
3 lo 5 dis.
Bank West Union,
Dank of Granville,
i en nea Insurance Company,
Bank uf Oalliopulis,
I'rbana Banking Company,
Hamilton and Koisville,
State Bank and branches,
state Bank and branches.
Bunk of Illinois,
Bank of Cairo,
Bank of the State,
Farmers and Mechanics bank,
Bank of Michigan,
Detroit City Banks,
Bank of liiver Raisin,
i-.rie and Kaliuuzoo,
iii. Clair Bunk,
Bank uf i'ecu..iscii,
Bank of Const amine,
Bank uf We-itbrook,
Bangor Commercial Bank,
City Bui:. Portland.
Bink of Norfolk,
3 to 3
2 tu b
2 to 3 pr
2 to 3 pr
2 lo 3 pr.
Farmers' & Mechanics Rtnii Stfuth Adams, no salt
Middlesex Bank, do.
Boston City lians!'. 3 to 4 pr
Koxbury Kai.k, no sale
Most others, 2 to 3 pr.
Bridgeport Bunking Company, no sale
Most others, 3 4 pr.
Most good Buults, 2 to 3 pr.
Generally, 6 to 8 cis.
Agricultural Bank, to dis
Planters Bunk, to di-.
Cciiimerciul Bank, Natchez. lo dis.
Coinini rcial Back, Rodney, to dis.
ioiiiiiiercial it. K. Bank, ul Vicksburg, to dis.
lira nd Oulf 11. K. and Banking Comp. to dis.
Mississippi and Aluuauia K. K. buns, no sale
Citizens bank of .Madi-oii county. do.
Luke Wusmngton and Deer Creek Rail Koad
Banking Company, to dis
I'ombigby K. R. Banking Cumpany, no salt-
All uihers, do.
State Bank (on demand) do. do. (12 mo ) no sale
(jenerally, 5 to C dis.
North Western Bank Virginia, 1 a 1 J pr
Ail others, generally, 1 a 1 A pr
District of Columbia.
Generally, par 1 pr
Traders bank Alexandria, stopped
i'rud- rs and Mechanics bank, Georgetown,
Alhermarle Bank, ft 6 dis.
B.nlt Cape Fear mid branches. ft a 6 do.
Bank of N;itn of N. C. and branches, 5 a 0 d..
.Merchants' Bank. 5 a 8 do
Bark of S nil h Carolina, 2a3ui.
Bank of lh State and branches, 2 a 3 do
Rank of Chsrle-ton, 2 a 3 do
Bank nf Hamburg, 2 a 3 do
Bank of Camden, 2 a 3 do.
tlerehants Bank, a a 3 do
Bank of tteortretO'Vn, 2 a 3 do
Commercial Bank. 23 do
Planters and Merchants Bank, 2 a 3 do
Cnion Bank, 2 a 3 do.
Bink of Wisconsin, broke
Vineral Toint Bank, pai
Ail others, no snW
iscuerally, pa: to 2 pr
Reli idere Bank. 5 pr
Berpenport Bank, r.o sal.
Vleilford Bank, no sal.
Plaintield Bink, no sale
Most ethers, par'.3 2pr.
Bink of Jacksonville, no sili
Miners Euok, Dubuque, pur
Bank of St. Mary's. no sali
Bank of Hawkinsville, do.
Bank uf Darien, do.
Belfast Minim; Company, do.
Ceorgia Hail Road and Banking Company, do.
Monroe Rail P.oad sad Bunking Company, do.
Oetnn ce bank, do.
Most others, 10 a 12 dis.
On New York, 6 'o 5
On Philadelphia, 2 to 3 pr
Baltimore, 3 to 3 pr
Orleans, ' t . . i.
Boston,.' i wui -.- 5toSpr
Tre.s.jrjatsvV , ... 4 ... Sto4ldt
Americas Ci'd, ..1 fc 151 mr
IVoliee. ..; :
(r THOMAS E. BIRCH Is my uthorizl
"gent. All my accounts for advertising and job
urk, (with the exception of those in the town f
Glasgow, which are in the hands of Captain J. T.
Ci.r.vcLAND.) are in his hands for eolleetion. (
-hall expert a settlement wilb all by the first of.
, The Tippecanoe Club Book is also in Mr. Birch's
hands, wh.t'i authorized lo collect all subscriptions '
made prior to this date.
' . . C. C. CADT. ,
Fayette. Sept 19th, 1840. tf
T I HE undersigned avails himself of this method
L to inform llie public, that having commenced
, Hatting Homines,
in the town of Fayette, in tho shop recently occu
pied by Mr. Boo Fly, he is prepared lo execute
orders in the best manner, and with the best ineta
rial'. lie natters himself that his Mrict at. rat inn to
bu'iiies., united with a desire to please hi-custom-ers,
will ciicit fur him a sufficiently liberal pa-
BY virtue of a Deed of Assignment, executed
lO US bV T Itos. A. f.rtl'K. ; llio h.nfil nf
all his creditors which deed bears date 26th Oc
tober, l4owe wi'l sell at public ourtion, in the
own of GLASGOW, on Friday, Hie 6M dai rf
.VorrniAer nrxt, all tlin Goods, &.C., named in "said
Deed of Assignment, con-istinu of Groceries.
A'ine. Liquors, (Jneensware, Saddler's mils and
niitermls. Iron. Casting?, Boots, Shoes, Hats Cap",
fin Ware, &c.
Tcums All sums of tn" dollars, and under.
rah in hand for nil urns over ten dollars, four
months credit will be given. Bond and approved
WILLIAM D. SWFXXEV.
THO Si AS N. COCKEIUI.L,
32 2. v Assignees ''. A. Leu-is.
JV'OTICE is hereby given lint the undersigned
I l has outuineii ofthe Clerk of tiie County Court
of Monroe Cotmry, letters of administration upon
the rtale of Henrv H SVnlns rWM l.onrin,, .Ui
'he 12ihd.iv of October. 110; that til! persons in-
M.ruiru u, sain i-sune nre requested 10 matte ltntne
dial payment ; and that nil persons having claims
igninstsaid estste. are requested to exhibit them
uroperly authenticated within one year from the
date of the said letter or they may he precluded
from having benr fit of sai l esta'le and if snid clnim
ire not presented within three tears, thev will be
JOHN B, HAVi, AiiuVr.
Oct- 17th, 1SI0. 31 It.
JOB PHI vijL.u
Tut publishers of the Boon-suck TiMiis," hsvinj
a greu varie'y of
Vlain auj Ornamental
CUTS, &.C. Sic aro prepared to execute, r.t tl.e
s!n rest notice, and on the mo-it reasonable term'-,
all kinds of
JOII & F.lCY 1I8IATIXG,
CARDS. BILL HEADS.
PAMPHLETS, HAND BILLS.
CATALOGUES, TICKETS, 4,e.
n a style of nra'ne-s fully eqiial to the same ries-
eriulion of work done iti St. Louis. They keep
constantly on hand JUSTICES' BLANKS, ufevcrv
inscription, printed un paper of the best quali'y.
Fayette, Oct. 4
rr,HE undersigned having obtained letters of at'-
-J ministration, on L!im Ms'afM (if Tlimtina Attar.
berry, deceased, on the Hill day of October, l'40.
o! the Cuui.tv Court of Howard f'mintv. iiprid.r
sives notice to nil persons having claims or de-
'ill 1 'it'h inst sa id Heeens-H. In Bnnptir nr! iir.,r
then, within f.vr-he months from the dute aforesaid;
and if not within three vears from the date of said
letters thev will he fort-vet- hnrrftW
' EDWARD ATTEREERRY. Ad'mr.
Oet.24tb. 15-10. 324'..
!Vj"OTICE is hereby given that the undersign d
1 has ohtained from ihe Clnrk of the County
Court of Howard count, Iniiers of administration
on the esiiit- of John W. Rawlins, rlec'd., bearing
Hate the l'Jth d'.y ot r-ppternher, 1"4U, that nil per.
suns indebted to aid estate are requested to make
immediatu payment, nnd thot all persons linking
claims ajainst said esia'e ar requested to e.
hibit th.ni properly authenticated within one year
''rum the date of said letters, or they may be pre
eluded from having any benefit of id estate; and
if nid claims are not presented wiihin three years,
thev wiil be forever barred.
:i()-4i MILDRED RAWLINS, Adm'r.
A d in i ii i t r a t o r ' . o t i re.
'IHE undersi'sned havinr. obtained letters of ad
I ministration, on the 'j:lrd dav of September,
1 5-10, of the coniiiv court o' Saline county, on the
s'ate of I ri'ston ivion, deceased, hereby gives
lo'ice to aii per' ns hm-in ciotnra. r demands
against said deceased, tu appear ami prove them
within twelve mon'hs from th o'ate aforesaid: and
f not within three years from the date of scid let
ters they will be forever bar-id.
fcl-'il.LlO.X V.'.UlHN, -idr.
Oct 3. 1510 29-4w
LARGE and commodious STORE ROOM.
with counters, shelves and drawers, in rood
repair, suitable to the ae tun imdui hi of a large
lock of goods, l ur terms &c, ripply at tins
ffice. 2J tf
A rarnt tor alc.
rI"HE subscriber oflers for sale, on accmnnvida.
I. tin? terms, A rAu.u lying on the state
Road lending from Palmyra to Platte Citv. one mile
and s half cast of Chillicothe th rounty sent of
Livingston county containing 400 acres of the
aest quality of lands: 1UU acres of prairie and iiOO
icres ul Pxct-iHMit titnoer. Ihe lu nil is well -'preJ
and admirably situated for a stork or grain
'arm. ihern is 40 acres of prairie hroke p. and
in the premises a good log house nearly finished -For
terms, apply to the stirwribor, at Chiilirothe.
30-4t SAMUEL FARNANDIS
N'OTICE is hereby given, that the iindertignei.
administrator of the estate ot' Joph Pitt,
nan, dveeased, bv order of the Randolph eounty
eniirt, will sell to ihe highest liiiljer. at tit Court
House d s.r in the town of Hunuvil. un the first
lay ot the next Urn of ihe suij eoiimy court,
Uonday in Not ember, 1310.) while t:ieiH conti."
limit is in session, on a credit of t inotlt,
ill the right, title ami in'erest that tl, alj Jofiit
I'itUnan had at the limu uf hi desih, m.and
iioaast tislf ot the north-west qnartur uf acior
itimiier 14. in township number 63. of tnfi.
Siieh title as was vttd io said Pilca, kUi
conveyed, and do ylhr.
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