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Troops designated as the Military ilscort, by the
Major General Commander-io-Chief, were formed
in line in the Avenue, North of the Executive
Mansion, with its right resting opposite the Wes
tern Gale. They consisted of the Volunteer In
fantry of the District a battalion of the United
States Marines a Volunteer Squadron of Caval
ry, belonging to Georgetown a division of Uni
ted States Light Artillery several Volunteer de
tachments of Infantry from Baltimore, one from
York, Pa., and one from Annapolis. The crowd
of peclators here was also very great, and their
decorous and sedate deportment was the subject
of general attention and remark. In truth, man
ifestations of sorrow and respect, pervaded the
multitudes, wheresoever they were congregated.
THB PRESIDENT'S MOUSE.
Was open to ladies and the gentlemen attending
them, Officers of Government, the Representa
tives of Foreign Slates, and such other persons
as were designated by the Marshal, under the
orders of the Executive Officers. The number
was necessarily restricted, in order that the reli
gious services might bo properly performed; and
those without cheeifully acquiesced in the pre
scribed arrangements. On entering the Mansion,
wo saw all around the proofs that it was convert
ed into a House of Mocrnin. For the first time,
the columns and walls of the Great Hall were
ahrouded with crape; and froms tho arches and
niches were suspended the same melancholy in
signia. The Eist Room exhibited the same awe
insoiring appearance. The furniture and deco
rations, of which so much has been said the
chandeliers and mirrors, and curtains, wore all
covered and concealed with the like symbols of
In the centre of the room the body of tho de
parted President was placed. Tho coffin and pall
l.ad been altered, at the suggestion of General
Macomb, so as conform to miliary style both
having now a border of gold lace. On the lid of
the coffin wero placed two swords crossed ope
representing the sword of j ustice the other the
i word of mate a scroll, containing the Constitu
tion of the United States and a wreath of lau
rels. The features of General Harrison had un
dergone no alteration since last I saw him; and
the marks of decay were less than might have
been expected from the virulence ol t lie disease.
At the loot of the coffin, on a tabic, lay the bible
and Episcopal prayer bonk, which he had been in
the daily habit of using. Tho General purchased
ihcm himself on the morning aficr the Inangara
tion; and from that morning to ibe day of hn fi
lal attack, he had rivido it his constant practice
to read a poition of tho scriptures every morning I
as soon as he arose.
Alhalfpist eleven o'clock the relatives and
personal friends of General Harrison who had
been inmates of tho Executive mansion, entered
the Ei? t Room; and as they passed along, there
was not mio in tint birge company, but must
have felt tho deepest commiseration for their be
reaved condition. Then crime I'rk.-ioknt Tvi.ek,
accompanied by the members ol his Cabinet; and
non afierwarJ.s in succession, the Foreign Minis
ters and their suites, in full court costume, but
wearing crapo on the left arm and on tho hilt of
the sword; Ex-President A dams;. Messrs. Tall
marge, Uknton, Walker, Prentis, and Merrick
of the Senate, Messrs. Cisuiinc, Mt'XRon, William
Cost Johnso.y, White, Doty, Carter, Salton
stall, and others, of the llouso of Represcnta-
f i r e , t jiuUlst. f - - . - I 1 -
linuishcd citizens. Never was tliero a meeting
more solemn and imposing. The occasion was
well calculated to impress tho high officers of
slate, the titled dignities of Foreign Court-; and
the other eminent public men thero assembled
I have not time now to notice half the incidents
of the day, much less to indulge in the reflections
which they were fitted to excite.
The Rev. Dr. Haw ley performed the funeral
service of 'ho Episcopal church ; and after n brief
address, in which he bore his testimony to the
high regard for religion which ever characterized
the deceased, niid oxprcsscd his conli.ieiice ihat be
had exchanged bis exalted station here for a crown
of eternal glory in the mansions of tho blessed, he
read a portion of the scripture from that bible
which the Genoral had made his companion and
guide, in discharging the high duties of bis sta
tion. the funeral car.
After tho religious services wero concluded,
the colli n was borno to ibo funeral Car, which
was so constructed as to give to the spctalors a
full view of the pall and tho coffin. It was indeed
only a neat platform, covered with black velvet,
and placed upon wheels. It was drawn by six
beautiful white horses, each attended by a black
groom 'dressed in white. The pall bearers, (one
from each State and Territory.) took their posi-
lions besidO the Car an J Ihe procession instant- j
ly .eian to mov e in the order prescribed, in thc i :
published programme. j
Alas! how ditFerent this mourning array from
the procession thai escorted and accompanied our
revered IIauuisox, one short month nj", to the !
scene of his Inauguration !
How dllleient l!lC !
Circumstances ol ihis day, Irom those hours ot pub-i nae oce" suPPlle(I w'tn a great many newspapers, at the 1 DEMOCRATS EE ON TIIE LOOK-OUT.
lie rejoicing and exultation! Instead of the re- P.nsc o the People. The leading and most scurrilous j Wo benCve, from thcsundry movements which
POUtldini cries nnd cheers which then filled the 'eeu ot the loco-foco party have been furnished at the . '
nir, there was now solemn, deep and universal si-; People's penMS not for any advantage they were to the are SS n arrangements are now making
ience, as the spectators gazed upon ono object Clerks or heads of Department, in the discharge of their by the locofoco party to bring out a candidate (or
which engaged all their thoughts tKeir senses j official duties; but merely to sustain them in their devotion Congress. We may bo mistaken, but the "signs
their udectious; the body of tho illustrious pa- j to the party, and in their slander of our late and much a- I 0f lHe times1' strongly indicate that tha mi"hty
triot lnd Hero carried along on tho Funeral Char-1 bused President. We learn, however, with pleasure, that' ! ... ri p C . 1 J .u .
. , ., . p . L-.f',, r , , spirits of lofocoism are at work, and that an or-
lOl: xoil may easily imagine that as tho fourth under the auspices of our iresent real reformers,these papers r . . -
of March, and nil it's scenes of splendor and jay have all been discontinued, aud that the Peoplo will ot;ganization of their forces is in progress. It is
where all wns so full of promise and security ; hereafter be taxed for publications of any kind. This ex- said Caucuses have been held, and circulars is-
cama over their minds, the contrast was over- j pease has not been less than five thousand dollars, during sued that a selection of a candidate has been
whelming, and that loud sighs and burning tears j the past twelve years. This is but one item in the list of ' made anj tnat tjie faithful leaders are informed
attested their deep allliction. ; Reform. ! , ', , . . , .
The procession was much longer than that on j
tho day of Iho Inauguration. Besides those men
tioned in the programme, thero were several Mil
itarv detachments from Baltimore, Fire Comna
nies,and Masonic, nnd other associations of this
Ditirict. Conspicious in the solemn train, ere i
the members of thc Senate and Ho,,so of Dele- !
gates of Maryland, who attended in a body, pre- i
ceded bv some of their officers
On arriving at tho Congressional Burying
Ground, the Military escort took a position on an
elevated site ndjicent; while the pall bearers with
the corpse preceded by the Clergv and Physicians, i fetv days since that all the buildino-s on the farm i venerable chief to thc presidency, tney will elect
and followed by President Tyler arid his Cabinet, j of our ,ate Presidenf at Norlh B;nd haJ Loen j a Whig, good and true.
the ex-President Adams, i oreign Ministers, ivc. j , , , . " '
&c &,c, entered the grave yard. After a brief jUestr5 ed b-v fire- e are happy, however, to WAR. The rumor that the British government had or
Prayer, tho coffin was placed in the receiving inform our readers that the report is but slightly ; rffjed a squadron to the A,n.ica "t""f!f""",n
trmK,v 1 1. , fe ! . Tn. U.. IJ - . . , The ate arrival of tne Arcauia brings no iniorinauou on
xomt) the usual military honors were paid bv true. 1 no buildmg was on fire, but onlv the up-; lh s bi .
f PAAna 1 I : LI I Z I . " J '
---- . anu luo unmense Bssemuiasc, uavnig
if. r j i:
wi MU iUieu lo ma tcnuins 01 oil u.w
- nBisu., lormeu Beam inio line nna re-
torned in the sam nrdr io hich h.A rrc-
ceeded to the grave.
Thus ended these melancholy rites. Excuse f
this hasty and incomplete narrative. After the
ccenes 01 sucn a aay, i am in no condition to ues
crike them with the pathos and power which
they demand. D.
THE NATION'S LOSS.
The committees appointed by the City Coun
cil and the citizens, to consider what further tes
timony of respect 6houId be adopted, to the mem
ory of William Henry Harrison, assembled at ihe
Ilenrio House on Friday the 9th inst. Judge
Burnet in the Chair and J.C.Vaughan, Secretary.
Judge Hall offered the following preamble and
resolutions which were adoped unanimously.
During their pendency Judge Read eloquently
addressed the meeting.
Tho Committee appointed by the City Coun-
Cll iinu Uie citizens oi wiiiliikioio, iu auu n ihojj-
- . - . ' 1 ,r ...
ures lor giving an appropriate expensiun n our ,
unfeigned sorrow for tho great national calamity j ed in said Convention, that in case a responsible
which had befallen us as a people- in tho removal j Van Buren candidate was brought out, he would
by death of the President of tho United States, instantly decline, "and leave the track."' That
and which has especially itfflicted this city in la- N. t r . j .v.- i .1
, c ' ,J, , .... J , , Mr. McCarty made this remark on several other
king from among us a beloved and illustrious ft-1-! .
low citizen, having duly considered the mournful jccas.ors as well as at Economy, no one doubts,
duty entrusted to them, have unanimously adopt- ! or pretends to deny. In making this declaration,
ed the following resolution". ' it must be apparent to cverr one that the Genera!
Resolccd .That a day of general fasting hu- conceded Mr. Smith's claims to be the Whio- candi
miliation and prayer, should be nppointed, to be i , . ,. . . , ., ,
i i. ,. tj ' i r.i. it:.j o. ....... :.. ! date as pre eminent to his. If he had considered
testimony alike of their sorrow for the lamented h'3 claims as good as Mr. Smith's under all cir
deceaso of ihe Chief Magistrate of their choice; cumstances, why did he not then contend that
and of their submission to that melancholy dispen-' Mr. Smith should decline. Mr. McCartv in ina
sation, with which it has pleased Almighty God ! . , , ,. . , , ,, ,
. - .- , 1 .r o -. liking that declaration acted honorably, and as a
to visit this nation; and we respectfully invite, and " ' '
earnestly rccommend,our follow citizens through- j Sood Wh, should have done; but when he or his
out the Union to unite with us, in requesting the friends delare that he will "under no circurnstan
Act ing President of the United States, to appoint ices" fulfill that promise ho or thev net less hon
by Proclamation a day for that solemn expression orMc The far(s arc B; , ,hcse Mf Smilll
of the National grief and resignation. j, . , , , . ,
Resolved. That as a tribute of the respect of j has been known anJ e a candidate!
a grateful people for tho eminent public services j fr Congress for the past six months. Early in
of WM. HENRY HARRISON, as a citizen, a j February his name was public'y announced as a
soldier and a Statesman as a testimony of our candidate, and no expectation was manifested that
lively sense of his patriotic labors and perils con-! ,.,.,,, . . ... ..t - .-
nccted with the settlement of tho North West- ! WOuld b an,V PP9'"- At tins time Gen.
crn States, tho founding of their civil institutions, 'McCarty was at Washington, an applicant for an
and the defence of their rights a nd honor and I Executive office, and since the last presidential
as an evidence of our affection for tho mo nory of j election until his return from Washington it was
an upright, generous disinterested and public expeclej Iie wou(, rcccive ono. We believe a
spirited citizens of Cincinnati will commemorate ! , . . . ,
the remembrance of his services and virtues by ! I:ir? nJy ot the people of Indiana were onx
a public eulogy to be delivered on some suitable i 'ous nc should receive one, for the magnanimity
day to be hereafter appointed; and that a person they conceivo ho manifested in leavinir his origin
designated hereafter by the Committee, be re- ' a party, and the success with whiehhe labored
quested to deli vcr the same. ;r ,v. - . . . , ,
llcsolred, That a Sub-Commiltce of five be fr Uhl? principles. It ,s true, during the wm
appointcd to carry tho foregoing resolutions into , ,cr several other aspirants were named as cnndi
effect, who shall report to this committee from dates for Congress, but they received no favor
timo to time, as they may deem necessary, from the people, nnd Mr. Smith was looked upon
James II ill N. C.Read, Judge Burnet, L. as thc only candija,c. Gcn. McCarty returned
bliallcy, A. irwin, were appointed that commit- . ... , . .....
Jop j from Washington, and declared himself a candi-
Rcsolocd, Tnat the nforcsaid committee- be date. With two candidates in the field, a portion
instructed to confer with tho family of our la- ' of tiie Whig party fearing thai a locofoco would
mentcd late Chief Magistrate, and request them j como out anj succeed, they deemed it right and
to he permitted to bring his remains t( be depos;-; . , , . . ,
. p . . i i proper to hold a convention, and endeavor to
ten at Cincinnati, or at such place within the
State of Ohio us will bo most congenial , unite the party on one man . Mr. Smith was hon-
their feelings. j orably nominated, but not to the satisfaction of
Resolved, That thc proceediegs of the meet- other aspirants. Mr. Test, conceiving his pros-
inr of thn riti-rnn . nnd nf ,lbn CotinriJ. iir.jl .of;. f -im., I10iu.r tit-... ;tl,u. , f,i...u -,.
this committee, be communicated by she chair-' n ?i - Vv i
, o ' ... ,: . n, ':,ii nr ; announced his name. Wo now have three can
man and secretary to the acting 1 resident ot too (
l of !
United States, and to the family of iho late 1'res- ;
ulcnt. JACOB UUU.M.1, Lli n.
JuinC. Viiughan, Sec'y.
SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1841.
" B n JUST AND FEAR NOT."
WHIG CANDIDATE FOR
CALEB B. SMITH, ESQ.
AVe are requested to announce GEN. JONATHAN
M'CARTY, as a candidate for Congress. j
(ttrWo arc requested to announce CHARLES ;
H.TESr, ESQ., as a candidate for Congress. '
(vt-lkwis BURK is announced in ti.e Record as a
cnmli.late lor the Mate Jsenale.
lownsflip V hlo- 3IcctillI.
Mr. Hollow ay : Will you please to state in the Palla- '
Hum, that meeting of the Whigs of this Township, will
' nam in .1. arner uu.ltl.ng, on Saturday afternoon, the
24lh instant, to appoint delegates to a County Convention '
be held in Centreville early in May, ,0 nominate cond.! ;
j dates for tho next Legislature, &.c, and oblige
1 SIANY VOTERS.
T : 1 i '1 r 1 a s
REI ORM. It is known to most of our readers, that the j
''",e",nt Departments of our Government at Washington,!
T,nlltv.n .v, Pp.g Amps-i ... !
jt'- - . n'wuiui
column win oe lounu tne aomirarjie anu iruiy L'einocrauc !
. .... r ... s . , . , T" . -
, , . , . T. . , . only uwuiicu iui uii5iaui. ...j,-, ......
Address of our present Chief Magistrate. It is replete : J , , , ,
... . . ,, ... , , . their three candidates are to be used up, and a io-
witn the true spirit it 19 Vv hig all over. Wecommrlnd it!"lc" miei touuiuaiw mci t.
to lhe attention of the reader. ;
srirmP.- i:,n. hv,h.lmP o. John Ravmon.L i
lung himself in the stable attached to Mr. Wasson's Ho-'
tel on Wednesday last.
lie was anosner, nna was ery ni- .
sipatd. lit was deeply intoxicated at the time he com
muted the deed of self-destruction.
Fire at North Bed. A report reached us a
per story ol tne west wing sustained anv mater-1
i , .
rri r j ... , , ;
l ne root ana this were destroved,
. .... , . .
but without the loss of any furniture, or the in- !
'jury of any of the afflicted and bereaved family.
I . . 1 t niillira Will Ut VJ'JI 33 W ' 4
"Jcst as we expected." At the request of
y. S. Addleman we give publicity to the follow-
Mr. Editor You will confer a favor upon the
friends of Gen. McCarty, io this city and vicini
ty, by stating in your paper that under no cir
cumstances will he decline running as a candi
date for Congress; but by the universal consent
of his friends will continue upon the track.
Richmond. April 1G, 1S11.
We had determined to have kept aloof from the
present Congressional contest in our editorial
colamns, but the friends of Gen. McCarty requir
ing that we should publish tho above notice, wo
feel it to be our duty in defence of a prev ious re
mark, to give it a passing notice. We stated in
our lact paper, in giving an impartial notice of the
,-, , m .11
i Lconomv Convention, that Gen. AlcCartv declar
u'udl: l" " reporieuai rori
Wayne that Judge Jvugore is also in thc field. If
this be tho fact we have four Whig candidates.
Now, wc do not pretend to say that there will be
a locofoco out, as wc are not in their confidence ;
but wo believe from the evidence we havo before
us that there will be one brought out, only a day
or two before tho election, and if all of the can
didates now before the peoplo act upon the spirit
of the above notice, that same locofoco, no mit-
tcr whom he mav be. will, in our nninion. tin l .
ed. Wo believe that circulars have already been
1 sent throughout the District that the nrraricre-
mcn,s arc now complete, and that the third day
of May will consumate our defeat. If wc arc de-
ceived wo shall be happy if our zeal for the good
causC) Jcadg ll3 beyond what lho sequcl wi! jua.
tify we shall gratefully acknowledge our error.
w'e feel, deeply feel, tho necessity of having a
Whig Congress of men pledged in their own
hearts to the principles of the Whig party. Men
1 "I & t
UtlV ioldinrr and uncompromising men who will
not truckle to Southern dicta t ion . or who will not
timiJy Etand back for fcar of meeting repulses,
U C haVS 0t r0m l Pr0tracl t1"3 ar,lcIe or
we glioma bo pieaseu 10 ive in ueiau tne rnca-
sure3 we wish our representative to advocate
loaeilicr with the reason which recommend them
mr l.ofn Unn nnnnin fori nnrt ini lirtlDPr IlfTlP
I only awaited tor thc onslaught.
. . - , , T"h whirra ivifh
t-uiuco .s to ui-.h. ... - w-.....
"e don't believe it. Thc Vh.gs will not be found
asleep; but knowing the price of liberty lobe
. eternal vigilance, uie i """--
, .:u : AaConna ihoir
principles, centre upon one man, and with that
union and harmony which elevated our late and
ineaoie ant taientea mi". -
w..- r u t. ..t. Ksa.. proooses to publish a
- - .k.,,,.,, w. -aiirl th
Haily raP.r ,n the c.t o, vash , i W -
w 1 1 ' i: Jun it, i i.r --m.--. '
Observer. Its politics will of course be Whi;
Literary Intelligence. The new edition of!
umes of about 1(MH pages each, has just been is-;
sued from the press. It contains several thou-!
sand more words than the quarto edition. The
author is now more than eighty years of age, and
this work has cost him
a quarter ot a century sj
Expunging Resolutions. A resolution has been
introduced into the New York Senate, by Gene
ral Root, rescinding the resolution of the Legis
lature of 1S35, instructing Messrs. Wright and
Talmadge, U. S. Senators from that State, to
vote for the "Expunging Resolutions;" and
instructing them to vote for Mr. Bayard's resolu
tion to repeal the same.
About SOO.OOOJ. enclosed in tho letters, have
accumulated in the dead letter office. Lond"ii.
Query. What becomes i f the money fiom
dead letters returned to Washington.
JlcLeod. A New York p:ipcr says th it Mr.
Crittenden, the U. S. Alloincv Cieneral, has ex-i
amined all the testitnonv in McLeod's cjise, and
como to tho conclusion that there is ii'i evidence !
to convict him of participation in the dcstiuction !
of the C.iroii'.ic. It adds tfint the case will go;
throui;h 1 lie firms of law without interruptinu, to j
tne iitieratioii ol tne prisoner by iluc legal pro-
cess next fa'!.
MARRIED, On the 16th ultimo, in the city of Wash- j
.r,Sron,tne..on. 1 t.M , o, .Mob.Ie, Aiahan.a, and
formerly of ,hiS State, to MiM TENKLOPi: (JAY SAW.
K12, of the former nlai-e.
rn 1 uu-suny last, uy t.iiicr J.evi I urviance,
.Mr. .IAMI.S .M AIjI LL, to .MARY KllUvl'A-
TRICK; ail of the vicinity of New Raria, Ohio.
14 'Tis not good for man to lie alone."
The Fkmai.k. .Missionary AssocrAiios of Richmond,
j.ropose holding a Fair, early in .May next, for tiie benefit
of St. Raul's Church. The time and place 10 he hereafter
announced. Contributions, in addition to the articles al
ready on hand, are respectfully solicited.
Richmond, April 8, 1811.
ROOT AND SIIOK MAKING.
IHR uiidersi;neil. hav ing ii'.irclm?ed t!ie Stuck. X-c. of
S. B. Stanton, and reim. p! ihf n?i h! il.moit 1 i, ,U
building on tho liorlii-rast corner of .Main and .Marion
street, in tho room recently occupied by tiie .Me?sr9. Levi's,
and having made large ad.Iitions of F.astcrn Stock to the j
same, and employed a number of excellent workmen, he is
now prepared to accommodate the public with all articles
in his lino of hiiMiies. Being a practical workman himself,
and giving business his immediate intention, he confidently
hopes to please ail who may patronise him; and pledges
that his work shall not be surpassed, either in neat.iess or
goodness, by any other establishment in tin place. Ifehas
on hand, and will constantly havo for sale, or make to or !ci.
Ladies'' GAITER BOOTS, SLIPPERS, and
SHOES, in a style of neatness equal to t lose
brought here from the East; and
Gentlemen' wear of the f.est of materials
Misses and Children' s SHOES, always on hand
or jnade to order.
lie hopes, by attention to business and the quality of his
work, (all of which he warrants,) to receive a sharo of
Richmond, April 17, 1311. lotf
4 LL persons indebted to the firm of IMntington &.
Wilson, and to Oren ll.intington, are requested to
call immediately and settle the same, either by Cash or
Note. Those who mav neglect to pay attention to this no
tice, will shortly find their accounts in the hands of nit offi
cer for collection. ORK.N HUNTINGTON.
Richmond, April 17, 1511. 1 5tf
Postscript. 3d and LAST Notice!
IIR undersigned woiiiil inform those indebted to tho
Fstato of Samuel Flrniin". ilrrenne.-t. tlinttlm lt--.nL-
and Notes of sai l Kstate will be placed in tho ma isira:e"s
hands for collection, if not settled by tho first of June next.
POSITIVELY THE LAST NOTICE.
DANIEL P. WIGGINS!
FLEMING WASSll i
Richmond, April 10, lcj41. 15:3t
Covington COTTON YARNS.
V LARGE supply o
constantly kept on
of the above well-known Yarns.
hand by the subscriber at trie
usual credit of 0 months.
No advance in prices over the rates of last year.
Cincinnati, April 1, 1811. 15 oin
r jMIIE CREDITORS of Aniens Siddall, are requested
to meet at the store room, lately occupied by him in
Richmond, on Saturday, the first day of May next. A
general attendance is requested as important business will
come before them. RICHARD BERK",
Aient for Atticus Siddall.
April IT, 15X1. " 15 3t
An Ordinance Regulating Auctioneers, Sales at
Auction, Pedlars, and the Sale of all h inds of
Goods, Wares, and Merchandise,
Srr. 1. Be it Ordained by the Common Council of the
City of Richmond, That it shall be unlawful fur any per
son (except officers in the discharge of tneir duty.) to sell
any horse or horse, cattle, ho;;?, or sheep, or any kind of
merchandize, goods, chatties, or any kind of household or
kitchen furniture, at auction or public out-cry, without first
obtaining license from the Common Council.
i?EC 'J. Tnat whenever any citizen of this city, snail
apply for a license to be an auctioneer, the Mayor shall
grant such licen-e at the rate ot ten dollars per annum.
Sec. 3. That when any foreigner 'hall apply for license
as au anctioneer, the Mayor shall rant such license for a
sum not less than five dollars per day.
Sec. 4. That every person, who is not a resident of this
city, that shall sell any goods, ware", merchandize, books,
or jewelry, at auction, shall be taxed three per centum on
the amount sold, which per centum it shall be the duty of
the Marshal to collect and pay over to the Treasurer, ta
kin; his receipt for the same, end make report thereof to the
Council at their next sitting.
Sec. 5. No person shail be allowed to peddle any kind
of goods, wares, merchandize, books, or jewelry, without
fi-st obtaining a licence for that purpose, wriich license tiie
Mayor shall not srant for a less sum than three dollars per
d ay .
Sf.c. 6. No travelling or transient merchant, shall be
allowed to open any shop, transiently, or to erect or take
any place in this city for tiie sale of any kind of goods,
ware, mcrcnandize, bofjks, or jewelry, witiiout first obtain
ing a license for that purpose, which license the Mayor shall
not srantfor a less sum tnan three dollars per day.
Sec. 7. If any person shall violate any of trie foregoing
provisions of this Ordinance, they snail be fined, on action
of debt before the Mayor, in double the amount of what
their licence would have been.
Passed April 6, 16-11-
JOHN SAILOR, Mayor.
D. P. IIollowav, City Clerk.
GINGER, Cinnamon, B:a. k Prpper, and AwpKe,
Cloves, Nutmegs, M, U.af er-root, Sal Soda,
Saieratus, Candles, Snun. Biaekin, Ink, I am.iy Groceries
aa l various other ""fOTIinU.
Au-ustS, 1540. 31u
An Ordinance to Revctil andAmeuda rart of an
ordinance, entitled "an Ordinance Kczul.it in"
Licences in the Corporation of Richmond:"1
Src. 1 E it Or iiins 1 t y ihs Common Council of C
ltv lk,fll",l,n". rhst t ,e 3d, Ita, ana 10ia sections of
Ordinance, entitled "an 'orj'ina.cVlie-ultinri.tce"ees
in tne I o.-porati.i,i ot Richmond," passed Juno iota, ISIO
be, and tiie "nine are hereby repealed.
Si:l - - That the fi.-t 9"ot:..i ol said Ordinance .1.-11
be amende I is m re
the "Common Council if xhi
ity ol Ui-hi:;:id, 1:1 the r'a - f the words Ciir
Cou.i.-il." l'a?se;l April 13. 1841.
JOHN SAILOR, Mayor.
D. T. II.ii .i.ov. v, City Clerk.
an o:Jer f.-om x.ie Vv'avne rrn'.ao, C.iirf
February Term, tho u,i derji-ned . Admi.iisrrator. .,1'
t:ie estate of C.Sli G. Yoiijp, !ecead, I- e..f snid couutv
will offer forsaie, on Monday tin" 3.d ol .May o?xt, in ii",0
city ol Richmond, lot numbered one hundred and sixtv-ihrce,
n n-jmhered o.t the !at ui ti,a t,.:i of Richmond, Wayne
t ounty, Imbana. laid off by J.!,n Smitl., o which there is
a 2n.d, neatly lmi"!.ed, nn.l neatly new hou-o, o ie ftory
hii;h. good yard, u,i 1 uihi-r coiuenienccs. It is irirn'!
property ior a small family. Also a lot .if land, on V, o.W
lin street M.uth el Main, in :od toivn, containin about one
f r.irlh ot a:i acre .
1'lic nro;-rtv will le o! i 1
and a full deed j.-ie. lVrnn w i-hiii"; to l ink nt ,,r.
perty will jiicase rail at the IJo.ik Store.
N .M. 1j 1 R A R, Administrator.
April 10th. 111. ll-ii.
Paris Woollen Factory,
; ITUATK1 immediately tvet of Tar is, t hio, fo.-.ner-
oviid by I rede: i. I.oacrs. and Jatciv occunied
i -I- . .,
i in- -ut;-t-i 1 ; 1 pi:rciiaeti me nL'ovc i actorv
now ready to intiniilai-t ire woo f,r "jioiiu r. into
C();K Jt p, p, ; l J L ly yJ:L
! ;,, ,V, and S.U'inctlS,
' 1 , .
j in a good and workmanlike manner, anion a reasonable.
; terms us any eota hi l-snincnt in tin country.
iicn .ui.ui .'i luinir. .ma . arus are now iin.!er"Oin'
a complete and thorough repairing and will be ready nTcarii
ool into Rolls in the proper season on short notice.
FULLING AXD COLOURING
Will also be att.-n led to in duo time. They deem it useless
to siy niore, as they carried on Ihe I'leecy-Dalo l actory,
near Richmond, "r several years, where they believe they
pave .en-ral satisfaction. In short, they are determined not
to bo iurassed by any factory in the western country.
N. B. They will keep constantly 011 hand cn nnrtmrnt
of Good-, which they will at all times t.adn for Wool.
T. W. &. O. BARBER.
April C, 1S1I. 14-3t.
I'l..;. If- .i.: . m .. .
WILLIAM f'L VIMC, rrnpictfuliy informs h; friends
nnd the public generally, that ho has commenced
business on .M.ri i -ircet, oppositn Irvio Recvl's Apothecary
Store. Bcin well acquainted ith 1110s t of 1:10 npproied
rules for garment cutting, nnd having several ycar'a expe
rience in all t'10 various branches of the business in eastern
and western cities, he thinks he will bo able to give general
N. B. Reports of fa-diions regularly received.
Richmond, St pt. 5lh, ltJO. 35tf
" V Virtue of an Execution to me ilirec'.ed. f orn tho
y W nyno Circuit Court, I will e.vpoe at riubiic nle nt
ilie Court house door i:i Centrcviile, Wavne Couiitv, Iniii
ana, on Saturday the 1st. day of May, l'sil, between the
hours often o'clock, A. M., nnd four o'clock, P. .M , on said
day, the following property, to wit: A certain parcel or
lot of ground with tho improvements, situated in the Town
of Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana, and known by be
in;; lot numbered one hundred nnd sixty-eiht (10) us num
bered on the plat of that part of said town laid off by John
Smithy Taken as the property of Larkin Gordon, k, gatis
y an Execution in favor of A . Earnest.
T.G. NOBLE, S. W.C.
April 6th, 1841. 11-ts.
"MIE Subscriber re:)cctf:.!lv inform hi frif.i.la tl.
public irencruHy that lie continu the I!hlC
IH..-?1. on Mam street, two doors east of J). 11.
Sloan's Hotel. He will havo a fresh supply of bread and
cakes on Saturday evening next, and will continue to keep
fresh bread and cakes of all kinds, in future. Tha citizens
may be assured liiat liiey will bo supplied with all the kinds
of bread and cakes, usually to be had in tho eastern cities,
Loaf Bread; Rush and Biscuit; Large Fancy
Cakes; small do; Rock do; Lemon do; Domestic
do; Apes do; Ginger Nuts; Gingerbread Nuts;
Molasses Pound CaJte; Pound Cake; Jumbles;
Sponge Cake; Fruit Cake; and more than one
hundred other different kinds.
Molasses Candy, and sugar Candy of ail kinds; also su
gar Toy", Ac. eve.
ICE CREAM, of the best Quality in season.
Richmond, March, 2oth, 1 fell. 12-tf
SHERIFFS SALE. By Virtue of an executiou to me
directed from tha Wayne Circuit Court, I will expose
at public Sale at the Court house door in Ct-ntrcville.Wayne
County, Indiana, on Monday, tho Uday of Apiilnext,
lei 11, between the hours of 10 o'clock A, M. and 4 o'clock
P. M., on said day, the following property, to-wit; a cer
tain lot of land, situate in the town of Richmond, Wsyno
county, Indiana, described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at
the south-east corner of lot No. 70, as numbered on the plat
of that part of said town laid off by Chas. W.Starr, and
running thence wel, a'on .Main street, 4i feet; thenco
north, 84 feet; thence ca't, 1j feet; Ihence north, S-! feet;
thence east, 27 feet ; thence south, to the place of beginning.
Taken as the property of Nathan Wilson, to satisfy an
execution in favor of Jesse Meek.
T. G. NOBLE, Sheriff W. C.
March 20th, 1 11. 11-ts
NEW DRUG S 0TB E.
HAVE just received from the Eastern Cities a full as
sortment of Jms, JiJclicinrt, Chemicals, I'aintr,
(Ills, and l)y, StujTs; together with a full assortment, nf
family Groceries; nil of which they are determined to sell,
wholesale and retail, as low as any house in the City.
Prescriptions and the . reparation of compounds general
ly, attended to with strict exactness.
(J5Store on the South side of Main Street, nearly op
posite the Bank.
Richmond, la, June 20, 1810 24 tf
Clark's old Established Tempi
Correponden;s at a distance can procure tickets in any
lottery advertised by any Vender in the V. states, by ,ad-Uresshi-
John M. Clake, Wheeling. Va.; still the unrivalled
prize office iu the United States. 10 capital prize sold at
his office in the last mouth.
Lottery Schemes for Apr 1, 1841.
Leboreh, Va., Class F. draws t Alexandria, April 24,
1811. 30,000 10,000 5,0'tO 2,.00 1,017; 10 prizes of
1.000 each. Tickets 10 dollars.
Mononiralia, Va., Extra, Class 1 1, draws on Wvdnswiajr,
April 2, 141- .3 prizes of 10,000 each, 9.000 1.G0U
i0 prizes of 1,000 each, 29 prizes of 200 each, 20 prizes of
Mooonaiia, Va., Extra, C!as 10, draws Wednesday
2Iu 1311. 2.1.000 15,000 13,000 5,000 5.C0O 3,000 2,
52: i 2,500; 50 prizes of 1,000 each.
CAPITAL $00.000. Rich and Br.lliant Schame.
More Prizes than Blenks. U.tion Lottery, Clars No. 2,
draws at Alexandria, Va., April 17th, ls41. 16 Drawn
Ballon out of 73. 1 prize of C0.00O 30,000 15,000 10,
000 7.000 C.00O 5,000 4,000 ; 2 of 2,500; 4fS,-
000; 5 of 1,750 ; 10 of 1.250 ; 50 of 1JQ and 50 of 500,
besides many others of 400, 300, and 200. Who tickets
$20, halves 10, juartrt 5. ' '
" Ad Ires? your orders to J NO. M. CLARKE, 127, "Jfain
street, Wheeling, Virginia. ' .