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From the LouiaTille and Madison Paper.
TWO WEEKS LATER FROM CALIFORNIA.
Arrival or the Cherokee.
Nw Yobk. Not. 29.
The steamer Cherokee arrived to-day at this port,
from Chanre. ''he lirtag dates fron San Francisco to
the lt inst.. $1,952,000 ia pold on freight ; $313,000 in
the hands of passengers, of whom she brings two hun
dred. General Intelligence A difficulty ha-1 occurred be
tween the captain a ul tin crew of the ship Challenge,
near San Francisco, and some of the California paper
charge the captaiu with cruelty. It appears that nine
of the crew of the vesel were Uj some means thrown
from the mizzen topsail yard into the sea and five of
them were drowned, which, it is charged, was done ly
the aency of the captain. The affair had caused ureat
excitement in San Francisco, ard the people wore about
to lynch the captain and the mate who had to conceal
themselves in order to avoid the fury of the rnoh.
The accounts from the roinin? districts continued
most favorable, new discoveries of gold were being con
stantly madf, and the yield from every section was
steadily on the increase.
The rainy season had not set in, as had been reported,
but the weather continues most favorable for mining op
erations. Agricultural interests were becoming more profita
ble. The Convention for the division of the State had met
at Santa Barbary on the 20th of October. Don Jose
Antonio Canillio. of Los Anfeos. was chosen presi
sident. Great difference of opinion prevailed amonir
the members, and, after a session of three days, in
which thy passed several res. hit ions by small majori-i-s,
ihev adjourned. One of the resolutions desirjn-tto.l
that the line of the division should commence at a point
not farther north than the northwestern lino of Santa
'Clara county, and not further south than the northern
'boundary of Monterey.
Washington, Dec. 2. 8 P. M.
Senate met at 12 o'clock. Mr. Hunter appeared and
took his seat. A message received from the Home an
nounced the appointment and organization of a commit
tee to wait npon the Ptesident.
Mr. Bricht moved the nppointment of a similar com
mittee on the part of the S-nnte adopted; and Messrs.
Bright and Miller were appointed said commitue.
On motion of Mr. Atchison, it w.is resolved that the
Senate proceed to the election for Chaplain to-morrow
at 1 o'clock.
Mr. Foote gave notice of his intention to introduce a
joint resolution expressing the sympathy of Congress
for the exiled Irish patriots, Smitli O'Brien, Meagher,
and their companions.
The S-t.a.e then proceeded to ballot for the special
eommitt;'o on the Florida contes ed Snatorsliip. Bright .
Berrien, Mason, John Davis mid Pierce were elected.
The message of the President was received at half
past one o'clock, and after its reading, on motion of Mr.
Pierce, ten thousand extra copi?s. with the accompany
ing documents, were ordered to lie printed.
Mr. Foote introduced a resolution for a joint cmmit
tee of the two Houses to m ike arrangements fur the re
ception and entertainment of K 'Ssnth. It lies over.
Mr. Foote ffave notii-i tiiat he should to-morrow offer
a resolution deehrinj 'he measures of adjustment of last
Conaress a definite settlement of the questions growing
ptjt of the system of d ime-tic slavery.
Senate adjourned at 3 "'clock.
The Ho ise met at II o'. lock, when a debate sprung
up on a resolution t'i !.irniti mcmbcis of the House with
newspapers, a d the ttfcwla sulj.-ct of extravagance an i
econ 'my was treated upon at lei gib ; finally it was
ajret-d io allow to each member thirty dollars worth oi
pa ff) S.
The message was received nlout 11 o'clock, and read.
w!ien, on m-ition of Mr. Bailey, the usual nu nber id
i-opie. and 15. (KH) witli accompanying documents, were
ordered to be printed.
From Coi umhin.
Columbia. S. C , Dec. I.
The hfll intm laced hit tue HMM of Delegates by
Mr. Aytcs. fixni the 4t i M mlny in Arnil next as the
I i- for the meeiin: "I" the St ite Conv-nti w, in both
lloiuc. was m i tc t f special order of t M day i vm
tui f e of the whole H ..use. for Thursday next. It is
; smn?d tii.it ibe SL-nato will await the action of the
From St. Lonis.
St. L ri. Dec. 1.
General Win. G. B Iknapof the United Itaita Army
died pal tue l'Jiii nut., on his return fu.iu Biazos to F i t
From Y j'hiugton.
Washington. Dec. 4.
H rr.. After th- usual preliminary nwnin:; tap- j
n ss, Hani. of Tonn., introduced a joint resolution, ex
p it... y nl" tho laud ttotin'v act, tf epi.. 1350. f.. llic
riT-.-t I'm nothing in it hall be construed to prevent ,
Ine sales and trainier of anv ceriiliea'.e r land wuiraiils ,
prim- to tl.e .a'i.ii of iUe a a take,
Mr. Weddel I proposed to amend o as to make nil land
warrants Hsiffadde, which was accepted. The II "..se,
piirnu iur to an order, adopted in yeaAefstay'a procei-ilings,
Oer wIih-Ii they proceeded to uelecf seats, previous to
which the memliers left their places.
Senate Mr. Atcbis -n introduced a bill rrantinj
Missouri lands to aid her ;n the i-nnt n lion of r a i 1 1 o .ds.
Mi . Moit -n iutro.lucCil a bill l'i anting land to the
Florida and Gulf U-.ilnuid C mpany.
Messrs. Guver and Motten iae notice ihiu they
would introduce bills gran'.ini lands to Miso iri .or rail
roads. Senat resolutions bavins been read. Mr. Foote moved
that the j lint committee consist of ilirce senaters and
five lepfi iswaiiu1
Mr. Unde wood o:ve notice that he would offer a joint
PCPnl : makivff laad wai rants nignalde.
Mr. F.iotcV r.-s dution f r tlie appoi itiuerit of a io:ti.
mittee hi make flV t 1 '"r '!,e rcieption Ko
snlli. was then taken up ami debated at length.
H 'CSE On motion of Richardson, the Speaker was
nut hm iz.-d to appoint the standing commiitecs of tin
The resolution to furuih each member with forty dol
lars wotti of newspapers was taken up and rejected.
The House refused to go into committee of the whole
on ihe state of aha) Uni n. ou Mr. Harris' resolution ex
planatory of bounty lands.
T ie H..itsa then adjourned until Saturday, to allow the
S,eak. r time to appoiut the committees.
Senate Mr. Clemens called for the reading of the
resolution authorizing the sending of a Ut.it -d States
vessel fr Kosauth. It was read accordingly.
Mr. D iwson spoke strongly asainst the resolution.
We had already doae enough to show oar sympathy for
Mr H tl proposed an amendment extending national
sympathy to the victims of oppression everywhere.
Mr. F.ote rebuked Mr. H le for his lactional move,
meat, and defended his resolution. He was indignant
ai the a-nerions which had been cast upon Kossuth.
He enlosised lum as the most illustrious man of the
present jrencration. Co err eat hid invited him heie.
and should they now refuse l im a proper reception?
Mr. Hale replied He liad Imped that agitation had
ended, but regretted there was a piospect of renewing
it by Mr F.xi'e.
Delate continued by Fotc, Hale, Cass and others,
Washington-. Dec. 4, 8 P M
Senate Senators Douglass and Badger appeared
The reports of the Secretary of the United States
Treasury and of the Superintendent of the Coa-t Sur
vey, wer communicated and ordered to le printed.
Mr. Clemen intudiu-cd thrre tailroad bills, and alo
jrave notice of h' intention to ii trodnce a joint revdu
tion to ftM to M ij Gen Winneld Scott the rank of
Mr. Gwin intrraloeed bills for the collection of reve
nue in California, for a bram-b mint at San Francisco,
for a survey of the puldic lands, and for the erection of
a b i rd o( eiuiiinisMi.ners on liuis in California.
Mr. G-irer introtlnced a bill granting the right f way
and a portion of public land for the railroad from St.
Louis to the weatera limit of Missouri.
Mi MoMon intt o.luceil a bill to grant right of way
and a portion of public lands Pr a railroad in Florida.
Mr. Foote introduced a bill for Smith O'Brien and
bis assfn -iate.
Mr. Underwood introduced a reaolutioo to make land
Mr. Fb !"" n .tice of Iii intention to introduce a
bill lor ihe ea.aldittbment of a mint in New York.
Mr. Gwina gave notie ol ht iateaion to introduce a
joint resolution for emplovino ami eqaitpping i a'ional
vessels to explore the North PaciÄc coas of China and
Jmin with a view to oiientng commercial intercourse
with fhse finntr e.
Mr. H ileintrodn ed a resolution requesting the Sec
retary of th Nf lo inform ihe Senate if there harp
liwn tnjr violations of the law against flogging in the
Mr. Fnole in'rodneed a resolution dclenrig th" mm.
prom' bill "f lat Cogys final as rvet th" snlije-ta
ir reiutev aet-l asked the onanimons consent of the Senate
to make it the MV( of dar or Monday next, a he ex
pee ..i to vacate bis ent on the 2!)th inst.
Mr. CHne ot.fecteI.
Mr Foote said be felt much flattered by opposition
from that ifoarter. He haped it woild be cootiaoed
Mr. Chase moved that his bill respecting public land;
in Ohio be taken up and ordered to be printed.
Mr. Foote was disposed to return good for evil, am'
should vote r the hill, which was accordingly agreet
to and ordered to be printed.
Aftfer some brief conversation between Messrs. Footi
and Chase the letter waived his objections to Mr.
Foote's compromise resolution, which was made the or
der ol the day for Monday next at i o'clock. Mr. Foot'
then, on leave, withdrew his Kossuth resolution, remark
ing, ho had found opposition to it from unexpected quar
ters, and that he did not wish to occupy time in disctiss
Mr. Seward cave notico that Le would introduce a
resolution giving Kossuth cordial welcome to this coun
try. Election of Chnplain lioinir next in order, Mr. Bat'ner
suggested that it required a joint resolution, when Mr.
Hitle ollered a resolution for the election of two chap
lain, one for each House. The resolution lies over.
Quite a number of executive communications were re
ceived and I Mit before the Senate.
Mr. Foote withdrew his Kossuth joint resolution.
Mr. Seward gave notice of his intention to introduce
A number of bills were introduced, after which the
From New Oilcans.
New Orleans, Dec. 3.
The weather is cold.
In the Fourth Congressional district, the official ma
jority for Moor. Whiff, is 090. For Bardelon, Whig.
tor Auditor, 320 majority.
From New Yurk.
New York, Dec. 5.
The Humboldt arrived from Southampton this racrn
in, brinin Kosxnth and suite.
The Pacific arrived from Liverpool on Wednesday.
The King of Hanover is dead.
France. It was thought in Paris that the French
Ministry would be removed for incompetency. Among
the minority Drougate, Huys, Baroclic, and Fonce
would probably be members.
Egypt. The railroad across the isthmus of Suez will
be commenced immediately.
EafBta and Ciiixt. The overland mail from India
brings dates from Bombay to 15th of October; Honjr
Kong to25ih Stpt.; and Canton to 0et.7tl . The goy.
ernor general proposes to erect Ponjuub Scinde and the
province west of AUohabadd into a presidency la be
called Mahore. The remainder of the Agne provinces
are to be annexed to Bengal.
The tea duty question between Sir G. Banbam and
Sen. Chaiiez. Viceioy, is st'll unsettled. A laruc
amount of business had been done at Canton.
Belgium The Beljrinm legislature presented an ad
dress to the Kini on the 13th.
Evgland. The steamship Magria arrived at Liver
pool on the 13th.
It is rumored that Dr. Newman has been appointed
President of the Catholic University of Ireland.
Germany. The King of Hanover died on the 8th of
Russia. The Rothschilds are said to have received a
commission from Russia to negotiate a loan of 21,000,
OOOthalers Prussia axd Denmark The negotiation between
Piussia nnd Denmark respecting the Sound duties have
been broken off.
Austria. The Government of Austria was making
large reduction in her military force.
Liverpool Market. The cotton market is firm;
p ices are J higher; corn and wheat havo an upward
t 'itdeney ; I e'tcr qualities are one shilling per quarter
dearer; fl.nr is 6-1 dearer; the money market is easier;
consols closed at 99.
BcTEXlO, Dee. 5.
Tue Lke is still open and steamers are running to
Detroit and intermediate ports. It will prubably eonlin
uc so for a fortnight longer
From v York.
New York. Dec. 5.
A the Humboldt came up the bav. KosmiiIi was sa
'uted with 11 Jons, wliiib was returned Iff the steamer.
On reaching Staten I.-land. Kosstuh was received and
welcomed by a large crowd, nutw ithstanding the late
ness of t'ie hour. He was addressed by Dr. Donne, the
health officer, at the quarantine, and Kossuth replied
briefly. Lola Monte is also a pissenger on the Hum
Mdt' A fearful enrtho,urlke hail taken place along the Dal
mn'ijn and Albanian coast.
The departure of (Loos-nth from England equalled in
enthusiasm bis reception liiere. Xearly the entire pop
Illation turned out to bid him Go! speed.
Rto'-k Madison and Ind. Rsjikoad advanced j sales
Ohio Life and Trust to. lO'J.
New York, Dec. 5, 8 P. K.
There was a rran' Kosuth aMtliaf al Matin Island
at 12 o'clock to-dav. There was an imuenso crowd in
attendance, embracing nearly all our German popula
tion. A large p irtv of G . tn s. Id a Kossuth festival
in advance at the Masonic Hall last nio'it. Speeches
were made, odes sung, and toats drank; amon; the
litter, one complimetittry to the Sultan of Turkey,
which received great applause.
An accident occurred on ti e Hudson River Railrosd
near Verplaik last night. Three trains came in colli
sion, by which some fifteen persons were injured ; three
or f air kill d.
The reception ef Kouith at the Battery tnk"S place
'o-morrow at 12 o'clock. Grand military preparalii ns
From St. Lanis.
St. Locis Dec. 5.
Santa Fe T!ie mail arrived at Itidep.-ndence yes
te'day. On the trip they encountered a snow storm at
Cedar Spring, which caiived a loss of 4 mules. Snow
a as 2 f 'ft ib-ep mi the dains to Fort Atkinson. The
news I'n m Santa Fc is of little importance.
Pin i.apei.phia. Dee. 5. 9 P. M.
The London Morning Post WKfm that sir HenT Bui
wer was expected to embark for N 'w York by the end
of the week, to resume bis functions at Washington.
Manchester, N. II., Dec. 5, 8 P. M.
The Whir; State Convention to-day, nominated Thom
as E. Sawyer, ol" Dover, lor Governor, and Joseph Saw
yer for Railroad commissioner.
From New York.
New York. Dec. 6.
Steamship American, from Liverpool, with dates to
the 221 ult, anived almut midnight. She brincs41 pas
ftioeis, amonjr ibem U. V. Brooke, tragedian. Father
Matthew was staying at Liverpool, hut intended ruino
to Ireland in a lew days. The news possesses nothing
Tin steamship Europa arrived at Liverpool on the
The Constantinople correspondent of tho Paris Con
stittitiunal stt'os. in that paper, on Thursday, that pri
vate advices I om Ti.raros, In itio news ol a fresh und
t'-ri il.le defeat nstained hv the Russians in Circassia.
X details re ui ven . hut the accounts airree in statini;
ihit the Russian army was completely routed in the
neiuliltorhood of Derbcnt, and lost all its guns, 23 in
E.nclasd. Lieut. Pica had set out from London on
I his exiteduion to the Polar seas, in search of bir John
The hdiooner Emma. Capt. John Sfarns, from New
i fomdland, was wre.-knd upon Vcrho Bunk on the 21st
ult. The captain, pilule, und two meu drowned, the
mate bfino tlic onlv one who es.-apetl.
A p'ildie dinner aas eiven to the Hon. Roltert J. Wal-
! ker, at Manchester, on the 23th ult., which was attend
ed lV a number of distinguished rentlrmen.
Irkland. A flitod of eminration still eontinnea to
: pour towards America. Ou the 2lt ult., a deputation
! of London lords and merehanta, intcrestetl in trade with
1 Spain, had an interview w ith Mr. Lnhourehe. on ihe sub
, jeet of the proposed emigration of Irish to Spain. He
! promised the suliject every c"nsidcraiion.
Two steamcra cnino in dlisinn al Marseilles, one of
which sunk. All on Imard perished.
Spain. Accounts from Madrid state that tl.e Rpan
; ish i..vernmoitt pardoned t wen' v-three English aohjcct.
who hud taken part in the Cuban expedition. Several
thousand stand of arm had been ahipped ar. Cadiz, des
tined for the Island of Cuba.
Italy It i announced as the intention of the Grand
Duke Lopod of Tuscany to r.'sian.
Denmark. The perplxintr q'-etfton of Denmark and
tk Duclitea appear as difficult of solution as ever.
The mtrt'aterial crisia still eontinnea.
A h it drawn up by Luii N ipoleon for the snrpressicn
of o'troi rlitiies was likely In lie preented in n few days.
T -v lav reairictino; universal surTrafre would be re
peiletl The Corratitniinanl ttates that the-e is a flae-eonp;ra-ev
on foot in the assembly, acainst President Louis Na-
The etlitor of La Providence, a Roeialiat paper, has
i ),on aent'-nr-ed to one month impriaootenf . and n fine of
2KTO frnnea for articles publialied offensive to the Prcsi
! den' of the Republic.
Th gmMumm m boat to bestow tjetrutionj of
the Legion of Honor on French exhibitors who obtained
nedal at the Woi Id's Fair.
Louisville, Dec. 6, 8 P. M.
Samuel K. Page was arrested this evening for pars
ing fourteen hundred dollars counterfeit money. The
money was one hundred dollar notes on the Northern
Bank of Kentucky.
Washington, Dec. 6, 8 P. M.
House. The House met this morning pursuant to
Mr. Briggs gave notice ol 1ms intention to introduce
a bill for the establishment of a mint in New York.
The Speaker laid before the House the report of the
superintendent of the coast survey. A debate arose on
printing len thousand extra copies, when, finally the
suhject was referred to the committee on printing.
There being no disposition for business, the House ad
From Blew York.
New York Dec. 6,8 P. M.
The city has been full of excitement from the dawn
of day, in consequence of preparations to receive the
illustrious Kossuth. He landed at Castle Garden al
alout one o'clock, when he was received and welcomed
by Mayor Kingsland. Kossuth replied in a speech of
The procession is to move at 2 o'clock. The city is in
a perfect uproar. Kossuth, in his way up from Quar
antine, was saluted by the forts tnd boats of every
class, and by artillery on the shore aud hills every
where. The steamer Atlantic sailed from N. Y. for Liverpool,
with thirty-four passengers, including Mr. B. St.
John, bearer of despatches to London and Paris. She
takes out eight hundred and thirty-two thousand dollars
The steamer Empire City, with dates tc the 30th, has
arrived from Havana. The Ohio arrived on the 29th at
Chagres, and the Philadelphia on the 30'h.
Mr. Thrasher sailed for Spain on the 24th nit.
Kossuth's Reception. The day was beautiful and
the reception magnificent. There were not less than
two hundred thousand persons in the streets. In com
ing up the bay. on the steamer Vanderbilt Kossuth ex
pressed his delight at every thing he saw. The steamer
pnssed up the North and down the East rivers and hack.
The shipping, forts, heiühts, and steamers were deco
rated witb flags, and salutes were tired from the forts,
batieaus, and ships of war, while ihe air was filled with
cheers. The ship of war North Carolina fired a Na
tional salute as the steamer passed. It was responded )
to with cheers and a salute from the steamer. The j
Williamsburg and Brooklyn pieces, on the route, were j
filled, and greeted the steamer with salutes. The mili
tary were drawn npon the battery, and in the background I
there were not less than one hundred thcusand specta- !
Kossuth, in attempting to speak in reply to the Mayor's j
co. dial welcome, proceeded a few minutes, anil found it
impossible to go on. in consequence of the confusion, and
desisted, promising his notes to the press.
The procession wound up Broadway. The streets
were filled with people, and the buildings covered with
flags, streamers, and mottoes; and Kossuth, as the pro
cession passed, was everyw here greeted with the wav-
injr of handkerchiefs ami cheers by the mill in tide. The ,
procession was three hours in passing. By 3 o'clock it
was still and qniot.
Three hundred Germans serenade Kosst.th to-night.
From St. Louis.
St. Locis. Dee. 6. 8 P. M.
The Salt Lake mail reached Independence ou the
4th. It had been ninch impeded by snow. S-nne pa
senoprs wore tiken tip by th mail alout ihre hundred
and fifty mik'S from Independence. Four mtdes. belong
ing to the pus-senders, were frozen to death a few t!:iys
Itcfirc the stage came along.
Light batst IKm doing in lings yesterday snles of be
tween .800 and 1.000 bend it S4 33a4.40; smnll lots have
been delivered on private contract; seven Imnscs arc now
kiUwff, and. up to the present Inno, ubout 13,000 head
have been killed.
Indi tns. in the ncishborhood of Fort Kearny, were
very troublesome, and had robbed a farmer. Troops
had boi-n sfnt to bis assitanc. The Cheyenncse and
P.iwn-'es are at war with each t.ther.
Saow on the plains in many places is fifteen inches
From N'ow York.
ARRIVAL OF THE PACIFIC.
New York, Dec. 7.
The steamship Pacific arrived to-day, at 4 o'clock,
The C-aard StcamaWp, Europa, made her passage on,
from Boston in ten days and three hotn
The new telegraph, invented by W. H. Hcaly, was
about to bo adopted bj t he Liverpool, Mam-hester, Lan-
Mster nml Yorkshire Railroad i-iimpany, on the wlioic "I
their new line of telesraph. in which the Voltaic batlery
i. sopcracded by a beautiful application of magnets and
The news from the continent is un;nteresting.
Lord Jo!;n R iss,. Iihs eontriliiited 500 pounds towards
Dient. K-rn's expedition to the Polar seas, in sraicli of
Sir Ji hn Ftankiin. Lord P.ilmerston was rcpoitedto
have borne th whole expense of the party as far as St.
Petersburg ; to which point Lieut. Krrns was accompa
nied by ti government messenger, and it was reported
tlutt despatches had been received promi :mi the Impe
rial assistance to Lieut. Kern's senrcl ; and it was
intended to be proccuted north and east of Behring
Hanover. The new presidency of M. Sohle has
been formed, which will pursue an entirely new course
Tim new King of Hanover has issued a pioclamntion
pledging himself to the most sacred observance of the
constitution of the cr.untry.
France. M. Dethotquer, Minister of the Interior,
has received an invitation to stand as a candidate for
representative bom Pans, declined, having tears that it
. It,. 3 ..ttt
Hlijrht divide the ptrly of order. Lefevre Duravale has
horn named ns Minister of Commerce, and Cnar iana
Minister of Finance. The illness of the veteran Mar
shal Sonlt had somewhat altered under skilful medical
treatment, which had caused hopes to he entertained l
his recovery. A bill has been deliberated upon by the
Council of State, and was shortly to lie introduced into
the A'somblv, on the ulijcct of Am responsibility of ihe
President and his Ministers, wherein it is provided that
he may be impeached by any four members of tho As-
semblv, and his functions 10 cease thereupon. This will
have the effect to re-open the question contained in the
proposition of questions, by join"; down still d.-eper
towards the root of dissension. It is stated that there
is a probability that the President will atrain present the
electoral bill recently defeated ir. the Assembly.
The new proclamation presen'ed by the Kino; of Hnn
over jives ereat satisfaction. He is called George V.
The stale of Hungary, in a political sense, is most
unsatisfactory; and the government organs admit it is
The expulsion system is still carried on nt Vienna.
FURTHER NEWS BY THE PACIFIC.
New York. Dec. , 8 P. M
PrCssia. The renewal of a commercial treaty be
tween Prussia and Belüium had failed.
The Prince of Prussia was to leave Berlin on the 23d
to take command of the army.
Spain The news possesses no marked feature of in
terest. Tho ne!ittiitions pending with tho United
Slates for the release of the prisoners of the Cuban in
vasion sive rise to much dissatisfaction in the public
Two vessels of war had arrived with another portion
of the Lopez expedition on bonrd.
Italy The Neapolitan Government intends to in
ein esc- the export duiics on sulphur and ml.
Turket. Accounts from Constantinople announce
that the ministerial crisis was at an end, and that Ali
Pai ha had induced the ministers to resume their duties.
Paris. Bourse unsettled r.nd business closed at a
.1 .me owino to tho probability of further dilliculties
net ween the President ami Assembly.
Commercial Intelligence. There was a more ac
tive demand for cotton at Liverpool, and Brown, Ship
lev. 8t Co. 's Circular says there is no material change to
notice in tho market, the sales effected beins made at
the extreme rates las quoted. Mr. Henry's Circular
states tiiat frond ordinary ind mithllini' qualities arc
i arlv i hinher. Sales o the 22d, 24Ui and 2jth were
lireadstuffs Smede's Circniar says flour has been in
a.-tive demand, and former prieea are merely sustained.
Corn is more sought affr, and prices are quoted at 25s
n25s 6l for yclliiw. and 225,1 for white Demntid for
wheat moderate at late rates. In provisions nothing
d ne. and in beef and jiork nothing. Hams are neglect
ed, and shoulders are two shillings lower. Lard one
Biisinesa nt Manchester ia good.
The vry latest dales say thtit, after pot lionrs on
Monday, the Minister of the Interior sent in a reply to
nn article in the Const itittionnel. He says that, hnH Hie
Ministry obtained proof as to whom the conspirators
were, they would have been punished, no matter what
A letter from Liverpool notes the failure of two houses
eonnet"d with America'' trade Messr. Prydtj Sc. Jones
and Harnden St Co. The liabilities of the former are
not mentioned . but are supposed to be large ; thoso of
the latter 50.000 or 80,000.
CiNcijfNATi, Dec. 8,8 P. M.
The river has T.llen sixteen inches since Saturday.
Flour active with sales of 6,000 bbls. at $2 90a 3 00
Whisky 15al6c; cheese 6c- hogs in good demand with
sales of 2,500 at $4.50a4 6S; 1000 green hams at 6a
6c; 100 bbls. No. 1 lard, slop and leaf, al GJaTc. Mo
loses 30c. Rio coffee 9Ja94c.
Clarksville, Tenn.. Dec. 6.
The steamer Julia Ann is sunk up to the boiler-deck
a few mites above Eddyville, but we tiave no particulars.
The boat was insured "in the Madison office for 2.500.
She was laden with goous for Nashville, and is said to ac
a total loss.
From St. Louis.
St. Locis, Dec. 8, 8 P. M.
Hogs arrive slowly and but lew sales have transpired
at $4.50 for these averaging 220 pounds. The hogs
slaughtered up to the present time do not exceed 14,-
Pittsburgh, Dec. 8, 8 F M.
There an; four feet four inches water in the river.
Marion Comity Democratic Convention.
At a meeting of the Democrats of Marion County,
held at the Court House in Indianapolis on Saturday,
December 6th, 1851 on motion. James Johnsov. Esq..
of Warren township, was called to the Chair, and AUS
TIN H. Brown, of Centre township, appointed Secre
tary. S. W. Norris moved that the Convention adjourn to
meet on the 8th day of January. 1852.
Maj. A. F. Morrison, moved to amend as follows:
Iltsolrcd, That, inasmuch as the several townships in
the county are not fully represented in this Convention,
owing to the short notice given, it is deemed just ai.d
expeuietit mat ttie same bo postponed.
Jiaolicd, That the democratic voters of the several
townships he earnestly invited to attend ti Mass Meet
lag of the democracy of Mai ion County, to be holden at
the Court House in Indianapolis, on Thursday, the t:i j
of January, 1852, at 11 o'clock. A. M., for the purpose
of selecting delegates to attend the State Convention;
to noniinati; candidates for the offices of Governor. '
Lievt. G"ternor, Judsrs of the Supreme Court, Clerk of
tht Supreme Court, Secretary of Slate, Treasurer of "nor, Lieut. Governor, Judges of the Swpreme Court. CUrk of the
State, jiuditor of State. Supirintendant of Public In- j Supremt Court, atoaatavy of State. Treasurer cf State. Auditor of
struction, and to astitt in the selection of Electors for I Store. Surerint'.ndent of Public Instruction, and to aa-ist in the ae
President and Vice President, and oj Delegates to tkt ' lection oi Electors for President and Vice Pr.trfnf nnd of Deleeaies
Which after lin discussed by A. F. Morrison, W. J. I
Brown, D. L. McFarlantl, Henry Brady, Isaac Smith,
and others, was accepted by the mover,'and the resolu- j
ti'ins unanimously adopted.
On motion the Indiana Slate Sentinel. Indiana State- 1
man, Volkshlatt and Locomotive were requested to give
publicity to these proceedings.
The Convention then atljoiirned.
JAMES JOHNSON, President.
ArsTix H. Brown, Secretary.
The M?rmoii Conspiracy.
We shall soon know nil about the late doings nt Salt
Lake, which resulted, as rumor hnt it, in Gov. Yomr.
of that Territory, pocketing $"2').000 of the United State's j
jcncrnnieni minis, nnt so otner wise acting Sum to drive
ihe utfieers, appointed by Mr. Fillmore, out of the conn
try. On Saturday last those ollicials reached St. L n:is.
and will in good lime make I heir way to Washington.
They are P. E. Brocchus, l;;tc of Alabama, and Bian-
t - - r . .
ilenbury. Jmlgt'S. accompanied with Major Harris and : transaction of such other busin'-ss as may be ncceesury or pro
Day. They left Salt Lake on the 21th Sept., bringing i per to be dene by snid Convention. It is earnestly desired th.it
me not ihie Liner snow witti limn.
The facts of this singular cac will probably come out
now. ingular, because Gov. Young, who holds bis
office uiiiler President Fillmore's seal is reported to have
- - i i . ? , .
aaiu, in a ccieni anon ui tnetr ciiurcti nil. in s, .act-aru
Taijlor is dead and gone to hell, and I am qlai of ill" and
his sentiments were echoed by a loud amen from ali
parts of the assembly. Then, rising, in the excess of
j Iiis passion, to bis tiptoes, he vocifefafd, "fpyopaWsy,
in the 'nine of Jesus Christ, by the poicrr of the prio-t-
hood that-is ucn me. that any other President of the Uni.
ted states tcho shall lift his finger nztint this people. aVtS
a i a i untimely death and go to hell! This being a hop.
i tile, (Ictiaticc of his great superior at Washington, to
j say not hing of its profanity mid grossness, will tflird
Mr. Fillmore a quaint subj. ct for a paragraph in his
message. Lin. p.nqurer.
A Gi vfrxor at Last. We learn from tho Vi k
burg H'itgofthc 2?th ult.,tliat James Whit Held. Esq ,
of Lowmles. a member of the States R'irlits nartv. was
elei te ! President nf tlie Sente r.n the Ol., I, ,11.., ,1
i ,. ,t 1, r n 1 , r ,i c J--. '
,ii ,,i ms VII.. . n t i i c-iui-iii oi i uc cm-, iv, vto, -
1 t.v ntw ij t..- m.u vvrnavr, im nun. .icin v o . 1 ' .
which will he ahout the 8th of Jam; try, immediately
after the meetino of the Lcjrislatnre, The States Rioit
men have a nt.ijority in tho Senate in consetjuenee of
tbOM holdinrr over. Louistille Courier.
Kossuth s-tid in bi speet-li to the workinr; men
of L hi. Ion HtMffarj villa und wiihes to he n free and
intleriedtkat itcpablie, like lhat of ihp United Slates.
This," said ho. " is a oonviclion which I share in tin:
very heai t of my heart." This don't sound much Mtc
nn nttaeliincnt to monarchical Torms uf government.
, -3 t ; , - ai,. r .L - ! c .i t j i- i
7-The temoinder of the iron for the Indnnip dis ntnl
Torre Ha'ite Railmad, we understand, has arrived at
Madison. The road will be completed hyhe first of
SWAIM S CELEBRATED PANACEA.
TTirt Till.' r'l'HV in.- iVi'ii-i L'vr iiiviiiiitihv
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s,.,-.,1. t;..,.-,. i lt.. i .io.. ivi..i. U....I ... di i
i -.. - . .... .. ..nie, .vii. u 'ii'.iiiii. tit-.tsc
oi me Liver aiul r1 n, and al! I;e i-ks aii-.ng iroin Impuritiesof
the Bhvml. aud Ihe elircU of Mercury.
CSWAllTjS PANACEA has : ecn lor more tliati thirty years ccle
17 hratctl in this counirv and in Europe fat it" extraordinary cure.,
for the ctrtificnte of which reference m mule to th direction, wid
hook, (winch may be had gratis) acenmpanyinrf the Panacea. t"oine
of w.'ucli give tue puticuhirs of cases loo frimpsttst for general pub-
I 1 1.. al 1 1 ,ii vv iiT thi- nitl..iiia LimiI 1m. iim.i.1 1111 u-
' uu t were deemed incurable by physicians.
uii tsi roiuiu
It lias ttceii i: ! in liosp.tais unu private nractice. m: I has had the
singular fortune cm beiii recommeuded by the mosl celebrated
ici.tns una oilier eminent persoi-s. Ainont; ot.iers by
XV tji')so,i XI, t Prof of Surpery, Pa. I'tuvcrsiiy.
Valentine Mott, M. D, Prof oi Surgery, New York University.
XV 1. Dewee. M. D, Prof, of Mid , Pa. fnlversfly
N. Cliapmaii, M. I) , I'rot" ol Pl.ysic. I'a. Liuirersiiy.
T. Tarlte. M U., IVea't CoMese of PhysKaatat, Paiia.
Dr. Del Vallo, prof, of ISIediciiie, Havanna
Jose Eonreiieo de l.uz. Prtif. of 8urnrry, Lisbon.
J. Cliipinan, Meint.cr Itnya; Coliegr Su. cons, Lxhi.I.t..
! U. AV. Irring, late Mnnsier to pai
8ir Tiiomas IV son, Major General British Army
Gilbert RolterUoii. liritisli Consul, Ac, ckr.
Antl also, ihe woteierfttl cares eriecterl by Swnin's Panacea hsve
lor many years, made it ail invaluable remedy. The Panncea does
M rontain any met -try in any form, and heni? an luiiocent prepa-
ration, it may be giv.-n lo lite most tender infant.
The retail prices has been reduced to 31 50 per bottle, (containing
three half pints) or three boitle for 4.
BE ".V ARK OK IMPOSITION.
Swhim's Panacea is in round bottles, fluted longitudinally, with
the fo lowing le ters blown on ihe class:
; 8 W Al M S PA. AC E A Pill LADA."
I and havins; the name of James Swa:m taniped on ihe sealing w.u,
! ami wriiien BB1 the labia covering the cork, aail a aplendid riiaraving
I for the side of the Ixtltle, composed of geomelric lathe work, cm
I prisinc nine d-tf-rent dies, which have been turned for die exclusive
l use of t lie proprietor, by Draper A Co . bank note engravers, ol
t Philadelphia. Iu the centre is a portrait of tue late Win. Swaini,
Also, Swaiin's Vermifuge, a valuable Family Medicine, being
! hiiflily annrtoetl remedy f r all disenses arising from debility of the
dnresiive ortran. such as Worms. Cholera Mnrbn, Dyeiilar Fe
ver ami aaaW Bleedunj Piles, ?iclf Heatlache. fcc , dec. See ihe
Pamphlet (winch nny be had grans) accinpoiiying ihe Vermifuge.
Prepare I only at Swaim's l.nbralory, the Old Stand, Seventh
street, helotv CWMSMk Philndelphia, and sold by all the respectable
Druggists ui the Umtd Stale J.
CAUTI"N TO THE PUBLIC.
Person wtsaia to nbtmn tlie genuine Svtaim' Panacea, and
Xwnim's Vermifiife, should be ciireful to oiiserve lliat the name
SWAIM i spelled correclly on the bottles and tables, or Ihey may
lie imposed nu by medicine in nie in imiiatiou of ihem by a person
bcanns a somewhat similar name, well calculated to deceive.
General Ageuls for the United States,
itnnirrb-L'! i v it i? ot 1 1 c r Sr CO
' . I . I . i I . . l I'll I .11.1
104 and 106, John street, New York.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE The un
dersigned, appointed Commissioner l.y the Probate Court of
I Marion county, in Inn, will, on Sat'tntay, t'?o lemh day of Janua
I ry. 1? i. expose in public aale at the Court House door, in Lebanon,
I KiMine rouiiiy, I., li.tici. the follow.ug Red Estate, to-wit: The
snuih-east au trter of the north. east auarler of section !wo nt lown-
hip nineleeu 119) lorth, of IMMJN "ue west, containing forty acres.
A'ao. the west ha fw ihe n .rth-eat quarter tif ecliou two in inwn
ship imieien nor h. of range one west, containing aerenty-savea
and 44-100 acres; bclougiug to the asute of William Myers, de
ceased. TKIlMS OF SALE : One-third of the purchase moniy to be
pud down nn the day ofaa e; otie-ihird, with interest, in im"iiih
and the remauiuis Hiinl, Uli interest, in twelve mouths from he
day of sale, the deferred payments to lie secured by notes, with good
freehold security, payable wit .out re'lef from valuation or nppraiae
inriii laws. Sole between the hours of 10 o'clock, A M , and 4
o'clock. P. M. PERCY HOSBROOK.
N w is.'. I. 7-w5w Commissioner.
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE The undersigned will, as
a eoinmissioner HpMtiuted bv tte Probate Court of Marion
count. Indiana, pursuant to the order of said conn. '; to sale al
pub! c auction, ft l lie door of 1 lie Conn House ot stud county, in
ihe city of Indianapolis, on the 10th day of January. l'sSi. the fol
lowing resl etaie. itnate in ihe mtnmj of Marion and State of In.
diana, to-wit: The aouih.wst quarter of section 31. ill township 15
north, nf range I east Said real estate is situate on l ie Shelbyville
M.tir road. 5 in. lea from Imlianapo'is. in Perrv tow nship. AU-ut
70 acres of the lnd is cleared, uiwler fence, and well improve.
There i a enod frame dwelling, nnd out buüd Hfl fooA orebarrl
or choice frail, aud an unfailing supply of stock water on the pre
stars . ..
TERMS OT SALE- One-third of the purchase money to he paid
in hand, one-third in 6 months, rnd th" remsininf nne-lhird in P
m-aiths from Ihe dar of sale. The deferred payments in be aveWM
hv the n ies f ihe trehaser. nh ro"d freehold cenrilv. hearnir
in'erasi from dale, and payable without any relief, whatever, from
vk'ii tinu or appr 'i' rnei t law.
!td property wi I h old u'ijcct 1 the widow's dower, which, U
is understood, she will disppae of to the purchaser On fair terma.
Pe? atWllPfa, Ctr3lir1-fl?r.
On Tadny evrniiiy, t'ie S5ta tilt , by Rer. r. C. noliiday, Dr
H. F. Oaki-v. of Dayiou, Ohio, to Mias Mast E., cldcat daughter at
J. S. Newman, E-q.. of CrmrrviHe.
For the Duily 8tate Sentinel
Died at the reaidenee of her father in Edinburgh, Ind., on Iord
Any. tna 23d ulu, Mias Abamista. aecond daughter of Elder
Butter K. and Sarah Sauih. formerly of tins city.
The deceased wa in the Ifeth year of her age, amiable and pit u
in her life, her death was peaceful and happy She has '.eft a ha
reaved father and mother, and eight brothers and sister, besides a
large circle of relatives, friends, and acqaaiiitances to munrn her
untimely death; but they sot row not at tiioe who have no hope
" Dtesaed are the rieml who itie in the I.oid; Uom heuceiiin'i. yen,
saifh the Spirit; for Uiey rest from their labors, and their workado
" Thou art gone to ihe grave! and its mansions forsaking.
Perhaps thy tried apirit in death lingered long ;
But the sunshine of heaven beamed bright on thy waking,
And the BSaaal that thou heard'el was the Seraphim song.
,; Thou art gone to ihe grave! bui 'twere wrong to deplore ;acr,
When God was thy random, ihy guardian and guidt;
He gave thee, he took thee, and he will restore thee.
And death hath no sliug, since the Stvmur hath died.-'
IndiaanpoHs. Nor. 2?, 1651.
GET THE HUMOR OUT by using Wear-r's Cauke;
nml Salt Rheum ?yrun, liicn apply Iiis ce'ebrated Cerate
all cutaneous eruptions will diiaj.pe r. See advertisement in ano
ther column. Sold by Criivhead A- Urowning.
RHEUMATIC COMPLAINTS enn always be curi
when Davis' Painkiller is used accord ng to directions.
You can buy it for 25 cents.
MARION COUNTY DEMOCRATIC MASS MEET
ING. At a meeting of the Democracy of Marion coun
ty held at Indianapolis on Saturdny December Cth. 151, the follow
ing resolution was unanimously adopted :
Iiesolccd. That the Democratic voters of the several township be
earnestly invited to ai'cuJ n Mas Meeting to be holden at the Court
House in Indianapolis on Thursday the Eighth of January, 1652, at
11 o'clotk, A. M for the purpose of selecting Delegates to attend
xl,t w,e Cone""" nominate candidates for the office of Gor-
It is hoped lhat the Dei: ocrats of the whole county will turn out
in larg-c numbers on this occasion, and thus unite in commemorating
the glorious anniversary of llie Da lle of New Orleans.
JAMES JOHNSON, President.
Arsn.N II. Daowx, Secretary.
A BAY HORSE broke loose and ran awav from In
diauapulis on the -2-lth of November. He was tbrre
ycara old last sprinp, white feet all around, .iter in the fcee
Any person iMing the horse and rrturninj him to me at India!
Bspolis, or giving me any inforniatiou h tatter, will be liberally
rewarded. RA.MUEL A. TODD.
Dec. t, IWl. lw.lA wp
UHU- II I
KAIfCCCK CO UK TT DEMOCRATIC OOSTZX-
TIOTf. The lcni.riit of Hancock countv will meet
in County Convention at Greenfield on Thursday, the 1st day af
JHmmry, A. P.. 1H52. at 11 o'clock, A. M.. ror the purpose cf ap
pointing Delegates to attend ihe State Couveution. end fur Ihe
every Dkmocrst of the county will attend tha Convection.
JOHN MUJtOT, Chairman D. C. C.
JOSATrtSS l AUCZ,
i ii mi i aaasMaasssaa
CANKER AND SALT RHETJ5I SYRUP,
CANKER CURE AND CERATfc.
Hie-ie Prepuiuti.u is aie wioriniKil aayensar to ;uiy oihar Compound
now in ne for exjielliii?
Scrofulous Humors, Canker. Salt Rhcnm, Erysipelas.
Mercurial Diseases, and all other Diseases Arising
from an impure state of tha Z'ooa; Also, Liver
Complaint, Female Weakness, Eyspepsia,
AND GESIRAL DEBILITY.
R. Wi,A7i.U, the or,u::ial itiseoverer of lii:s Mnliciiie. i a
reruiali) educated Pin iciau, a Uraduute ofihe Albany .Med:-
I cal Coilejje : ml can exhibit Certificate of his OJice from ÜM best
I PhysieTTois In Alhuiij-, ceriiiyiiig to his abiiny and 4ir1t.fieat1e.irfi us
a M'ilicul I'r.ii-tiiioner, and is now extensively cnjju;:.d 111 iheprite-
lice of Mtatiehae.
r.KVSJl'F.l.AS AND SALT RHEUM CAN BK CUREW
; .Mrs liilt Turner, of Moutvilie who hnd Ireen aOlicieil uitliErv-
pHas lor 111 - .ut I wei 'y 1 r-.r. ml Hire Unas Wilnui tl,r. iuil
i five ears, has been eulireiy U.iud fruin Ihe cuects of tins (tfeaaVM
! Cl -"aSSf Sht! ti1.. a'nV.
RI P, AI'TKII
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HEAD TUE CERTIFICATE
Montville, Mareli ., Hn.
Messrs..5. A. Weaver V Co.. O. aalt aw: In rafastipa to ir.y
wir, l would -ay t! nt frnin eaiaaOaaM dka bus neen alnx t, tl with a
llunior. About twenly yersinfe il apieared ill a very ,U.ireii'g
form of Erysipelas, id first i;i a spot oi a lri?lit cherry ro!or on ;i,e
sulr of lire near, neeompüineil With a p:iinla' sensation, similar IO
!lin: prwlueei hy fire. Kom Ibis MsaS il spr-i.fi over ihe sv! oie
face, which became so w... eii Uiui forsevcia: clays si e was entire
br BUM). MdawditDfurtil that her mixl intimate acquaintances
ilid not recognize her. r-in i.ad tieen in this situation tl.ree t:ine in
Ihe last five year.. Its erteei .r.nr,-tiiues npjH ared in smaU errks
ia the ssi'i. cotnmci'.cin? navt oi !tie ear., tie nee csieuflinv over
1 ihe sidei ot the? head. Basiftn:ni ptiimui were they, that at night
I it was iaapoaaible Aar bn t i allow thetn to touch ibe pillow. The
j discharge fiom BtSssnrN wa.m pretnaa n.ai it freqiw-ialy srel
' through the dressing, and rundown the siiles of the IMt'k, SUtA so
it. m whcl i( camf m C01llncl w.,h ,iie sklll)lc , ,
, was the same as that of iKiiiiinr water.
: After anv geni e cx. u-Ue. c.-pe.cjailv in warm treother. pans af
I "'e Ih1v became cov. re! Wltfi rpot mt a naark real or purple color.
and were very painful and tender; in a short time tin se spot would
rovered with minute Misli r. which liroke. and discharged, then
) dried up fotininir a scab which would in a few tiavsi omc olf, leav
i ing an augrv and painful sore, tookiin; much like a bu n This
1 wrtunl lie a Ion
would be a long tune in healing frequently mouths. At one time
it art) eared on the feet and ankles, tunning much the same course
as ii had tloiie on ihe otiier parts of her ImhIv. eycept that in this in.
s.Miice il was aggravated by esicise. 'I'hic sort-, moreover, as
sU'ti.d the character of I) til ulcers, and so inrlained, that for nioinha
js e was unable o wa'k. The deep cnr It ft by tliem rein.-uu to
this day. It has affectetl ' : breast to that degree lhat slie was unr
to nurse enhr (" her 's)! three children Ofieit she has t een in
such distress from th.s disease, that for werk she has been able to
obtain but little sleep or rest, and hu eilen said that her distress waa
' so real she coultl not (IcmtiIm- it.
At the time she con. menced using vonr Syrup and Cerate, she had
: a ruiimna sore ou her stomach Hiid breast, w loch had baen ihere
I more than a year, kealinx up at limes p i - in oue place, but al
! wiiys hrenking out in auotlirr. To tili we appl.cd many remedies,
j mid aaesj various kinds af tnetlicines for lernovine the disease from
; the system, none of which produced ihe least apparent bent (it. Hie
, rommeiict-d using your fiyrtip and Cerate n yaaa ago last fall She
look tlic Syrup a few tlays ami then commenced applying the Cerate
i to the sores-, and at once said she had never found snuii.i'ir so sooth.
ing as this was I hare frcjucmly known her lo tret tip several
times in i'e course of a nicht tat apply the Cerate to Iter feet, in or
der to obtain sleep. Iu one or two weeks after u-inr the medic ins s
the sores began to heal, and before the had finished the second Iki
: lie. they were entirely well. Mte has now used four hollies, .mil is
i to all appearance perlVeilv cur. d, aud is iu ieiler heiih also than
she has bee'i at any tuna before for twenty yrar. The medic me
! has effected iu her case the most wonderful cure ever knowu in our
I section oi .-oiiiilry, and I strongly recomnieud all afiricled in like
, niuuucr lo l it a trial.
i Anyone desiring further information in re'aiion to the fuels er
I particular of the re. ii will afford me great ples'iirc to give any
! such informal ion, if they will call at my reaidenee in Montviile, or
! they can in.-tke inquiries of many of my acquaintances in New I.cn
i don and vicinity, who are conversant with them.
The above is a plain statement f f icts: they penkfor themselva,
end nie from a source lhat no one who aro acquainted with lht
' person will douh) This is only one of the numerous case winch v e
' MVS in our possession, nil showing the nltie of Dr. S. A. WEA
I VKH S CANKER ami SALT RHEUM SYRUP, logethei with
its invaluable iter t-mpanimeni. the CERATE. They stand une
qualled for the cure of nil Scrofulous Humors., Salt Rheum, Erysip
elas, Canker, and NarsäMJ .wore Mouih. Mercurial Diseases. Liver
Compluint, Female Weakness, ami all diseases arising from, or in
any way connected wilh nn impure state of the Blood
Manufactured aial sold by S A. WEAVER A Co , sole propric
' tor, New Ixnith.n. Conn.
Sold by Craiehea.1 tfc Hrov- img. W. IV. Roltert. and by Mer
, chants generally. J. N Harris A Co., 7 Collage Building, Cine it-
1 pail. Agents tor the Sout i and est. w-wis-jm.
1 HE RIFF'S SALE. I! v virtue of an execution issued I
CT Clerk of the Marion Court ef Common Plens. and a Pre
Bill issued by the Clerk of the Marion Circuit Court, directed to
! me and now in my hands; I will expose to sate at public sue-
tion at the door of the Court House, of the county of Marion, in
the State or Indiana, between the hours of lo o'clock, A. M..
i and 4 o'clock, P. M..nn Saturday the l.tthday of December, lrsi,
the renta and profits for the term of acven years of the follow
ing described property, to-wit: The undivided half of the east
. hnlf of the north east quarter of section number t weuty seven,
j (4T) in township number sixteen ,'IC.) north of ra nie number
I four ft) east, in the county of Marion, und Stte of Indiana.
! And if such rents and profit will not s ll for a sufficient sum to
satisfy the amount demanded by said writs, I will at the same
: lime and place offer for aale in like itianr.fr. all the interest end
estate of the defendant's, named in said writs. a and to said
i property; levied upon a the property of Hugh Cunningham, at
j the suit of Christian L. Farher. and fee bill in tivor of the ctn
I Cera therein named. Terms of nie caab.
C. C. CAMPBELL. Sheriff M. C.
Br W. Kobsos-, Deputy.
Indianapolis, November 17, 1P5L 55-wTw
DELINQUENT TAXES, TIPTON COUNTY, INDIANA
Notice 1 hereby eiven that all lands and town lots on
which the Taxes of 185', and previr.ua years, shall remain un
paid, will he offered for sie by the Treasurer of Tipton county.
Indiana, at the C- urt House door, in the town of Tipton, on ths
firat Monday In January, 1P"i; so much cf each tract will he sold
ai may he necessary to discharee the Taxes, penalty and costs
due thereon, iucludiac the Tax's of 131.
ALEX. M. YOUNG, Clerk and Ex. Officio Auditor T. C.
November 12, lßSL ?5-w4tv .
CINCINNATI AND INDIANA
POLIS RAILROAD. At at leeeiu
meeting ol the Uireciors oi th: roa.l Ihey p.teil an order to receive
no real estate alter Ihe firt of January next, therepwe all 'hose who
are desirous in S'ihacril? to the lock nf aid Coaitny. will please
do so inrnediHtely. Each subscription of resl estate, must be so-
compaii'cd with ihe requisite proportion of cash.
Dec. 5, 1SÖI dec XV. ROH-OX. Stock soliei'or.
nISSOLUTION. The partnership heretofore existing between
the mi lers gued, in the Mercantile biiines. was .li-aolved by
mutnnl ctient on ilia 47th dar of Not-amber last. The business
will be continued hy J. J. Sehrover, who is atiiiried to etile thr
b new esfiba firm. J- J Si'lU'OVER,
ec5-ilAw3w S SPERRY.
OLASgER 0 "a 5 O
Matawss. re eivad a.sl for sale
PLYTHF. A HOLLAND
S. A. WEAVER'S.
JOY TO Tili' AFFMCTEDIM
A Wonderfsl and Extraordinary Medicine.
THE CELEBRATED ORIGINAL
Arabian Liniment for Han and Beast
AV. B. I AKRELL, Sole Proprietor.
GRAND DEPOT, W STATE 8TKKET.
And Sold by Merchants and Druqgutt in nearly evmj
Town in the Western Country.
AUo by W. W. RO.-.ERTS. CRAM, HEAD a BROWKIXG.
i it J. P. SI DD Lt.. laaiaaiBiiifi
THE meat wiai lerftil remedy known to roan for toe speedy, safe
und pcrmaurut core of ai! diseases of the hnman neah. sis well
as of horses and entile. Tre rem.irVa
ana immense call lor W. B parrel ' Af
caused main counterfeits In appear, man
110 medical virtue, and some ha ihem wet
A l.ie foiuitcrfcit called ii G. Parrel
got up . n die repmaiion of my old eal
Mewara tat icj it, ii.ii-10 itutrive. ruroisac nom
my signature. W B Parreil, ok ihe wrapper af die
well tr you will get a spurious art tela.
InconitstMt KnJtnct A Wonderful Cure lit 1
trit.io.tr 1. 1. W. B. Fsixell: 1 tuke 1 -I.iiri- in .rw-aW rJ
your Arabian Ummer. M"y horse Rai Aiflneued et soma Franca
005s, and tried to jump ;i -. i . ; . .j fence: he snapped himself in
the beweis so bad that part of his inside raut out; w tluoweti bin
and sowed up the womxts. and then poured on yoar Liairaeait and
rabbctt 1'. in well, mid ihe horse did so well il.nl fused bim m a few
d : i dal not sw H ia (lie leat. I Votr t!tert h nortnnir to food
as this Lni'ineiii. 'Die MM eaa't I wilhoot MJ if tbey laapticat
to bum themselves ll-ey rut to th UiiumeiH. u.ul say ihev 11. er
have a Wisicr aiierwaoiai e most out. and 1 astajM III send
me a tmtt.e. Yours. Ac., D. BKOW.N.
Dupnge Co.. Ills , April IV, !V.
CoariittwiVv IniuiTimtV. C tnbvs):e't, P M Dser r.a
Jersey co.. ll ., w,iteto W. B I ai.cl as (oilowa:
June 15. 150
I wrote yeu last Fall far the Acenes of roar Arabian Uuimeot,
hut .ec, iv. .1 no reply, and I then t-nagm st.ni.- of lire .Mtitoari Ihi
mer.t. Ml it tlots not a;iee s.tl.faetKin:ann mv fuiheraud mvself bav.
niy eirrala'cd yours luroitfh tiiese counties. V.x years ape. tiic peop
are ti 1 cowatailliy eiiquir'iifr for it. tlld me twenty dozen as soan
as prssjb!e. Kospectfuliy, &., E. C. BOiBVSllKlX.
I'se Nothing EU I. I rede rick Drtmire. do eert:f- thai we hare
uvd in the Mj. 1,-s of the ullaJla Ibue, Chicsfo Mr. W. B. Far
rell's Araliian liniment, in the vi.rmus diseases of Horea. We ratj
u,v.ii ,t ,u aajaa, and use nothing else.
Chicago. Ap.-.t 5, 1S50. FREDERICK DOMIRE
The Quiney Whicr. one of the largest and moat popu'ar papers in
Illinois, in speak. its of W. B. Farrell's Arabian I.itunsect. Marek
I -tli. 15!. aayat ''Tins Liniment is Hat Genuine Cure all aud no
Ijime and Pai ful Backs, RJieamatism aud Neuralgia. Uern
what the Metliea! Profession say of W. B Farrcli'a Arabian l.:nimt-ut.
The fvilownir U from one of the most disi.iiau.shed and popular
physicians in Indiana:
'This is to certify that I have used Dr. FarrclPs Arabian Lingers
in a number of cases ti Lame and Painful Backs. Rhenmalie A mic
tions. Neuralgia, ie , in all of which I i ave found it det-ultdlr Baas
racial, can tiiciefnre recocniuetKl it. ne to the puMic with the w.
most confidence. Tl MUTfiY C ETEKTS, M. D.
Laporte Co . Ind.. Jn!v 2?th, IHtt.
D-iilf Calli -Dr. Dreiver. o'Knx i lr. lit , Jan th. 131. wrflea
to W. B Fnrrell:
Dear Sir: I am entirely mit of your Arabian Liniment oral have
been lor nne time. I beve been rxpecliitr year act m here to fur
fcaa me wnh VaaaT aaaaVcaae. I wiah you would iitioim nte bow 1
can get your Liniment ns we have du ly calls frii rt.
uiir. rcspecu'ully, J. T. BREWER.
Fron litt M'dicttl Faculty Tue following is a copy of a letter
from re- A;-nt n 51. Iuis. Mo :
Nit. Y. U. Pagsaat, Usar Sn; Vou wi'l please send us ansnher
supply of your Arabian Liniment. The quantity you left w,lb ns is
nctirly all so d. 1 think a larre quantity can lie at I. wtrm peratat
ihui has used the Laaiaaesst siak ol i ui the hici.e-- art ir 1 iirau.
Your. &c. Dr E .EASTERLY.
St. Louis. Mo . Apr.iC;. 1 IS.
For Horsft aud CaiiU. Il is -erlain'y il greatest discovery "
tlii or any oiher age of the world, ll penetrates to the I sue. earing
np all rterp scut cd uirlamatirm. reuint conira.-ted cords. retor.
stiff joints, seaMHi sweliings of every Liiid. and ts iiealtng iu Ca
Sweeney, Rial Comptnii.'. I under. Big Head. F"cy, Spstm.
Lam(.n-s, Sand 'racks, Hard Tumor. Galt, fore Y.:. Cltafrs,
Siraiii. Bruise. Vouiids. 8craichcs. Film in tin Fre. Cftbed Bag.
Horn Distemper, o.e.. nrc perniaiieinly cuml by this cr-ai remed.
which Ml receivid the pprobation of Ce most learned p'.vsitutw
r.nd farritrs of ttie t'ay. sepS-'iy-wia
REAL ESTATE TOR SALE. MARION COCNTY Tha
u: AariSAinad EMculor ol ti e ;nst WM and Tetomcin 1 Joi n
Wilrou. deceased, line ot Marion county. Stale 01" iivliniis, in pursu
ance of a power sun to ifcrsa by the sird iast Will and Tt .ret 1.1,
will exosc to safe tl public auction, at ilia Piini IIcce, on ihe
premises herci.utiter drscrilicd in said county ci Mxi .on. 01. ihr Iwh
ittf ot January. A. D. 18SS. the fouowiiigdc cribrd real estat. ulu.
ated 111 sa! county of Maruai, lo wit : Tl-e west Maf of Ute south-
c:l quarter of ectioTi J. in township 15 MMk. of iaj;e cast, cot.
taiiiin 90 ncres. mow or less, nil under f-nee and aboni 0u in rta
we l improved. Tliere is a lwostor) brick Ti,rerii u tin the pre.
mie known as the IVriSER llorK," with a large frame s'al-ie
aihl otbTiiectaryout builamtr; about 3 inilcseasi vf In.Uiiars.iis,
on the Central Plank ty Naiieaaal IV ad; and tVt Centn I Railroad
tuns on the u'ii line of l!i-farm. The premises contain a Ixiga
Orchard of choice frit, ami are well watered l.y a aever fa r
s'reatn. AWn, ihe ansat ball of the si ui!i- c-t qnaiitr of aacti tat
31, m laMiatluf 11 ly th, of rangt 4 cast. Ttic latter picie has Ä
eres of iiitmiaw :tnd is conveiiiciiuy vtuaicd for furi.isniug wood
for the first described irnct of Innd.
HAMILTON COUNTY. The undersigned, by virtue of i)a
autne aotinHiiy, wiia so. 011 the 83d day of January, A. D 1;;
ai tiie Court House door in the low i, os NohlesviÜe. in the cotnityof
Haitultoii. iiim! Slate trf" Inttiana. expost to Kalo al m.M c auction. Iba
c 1 1 . . -, . j . r . . - T .
toi, owing tit-t-rio, 1 trwn .: mini .:iiaico 111 llic s.ia coui.iy .if
Hamilton, to-wit : Thjf vet In' f of tire nortli-wet quarter of sea
t.on 1" in hnvrnteufi Juworth, of range I cast. Also, the somli ea-t
qun.ter H the nort l aast quailer ol section Ii, :u township JO north,
of ranee 3 east.
BOONE COl'NTV. T.ie um'.ers ned. by viiiae of the an.e
r'itporiu . will, alaav on the 30lh day ot Janua'rv. 152. at tb f 'onrt
House dor in the imp of 1 anon, county oi Btwiit. aud Mate es
tndiain. oiftr at public sa'e. llic followii " described imets ot" Inntt
situai! in the said county tf llne. ami described as follows, to
wn: Lola No. 1 miilTTii Muck IL iu ine sail wmm ot IaInuioiu
E-eh of said nates wir bet warn the Mats of io nV'aeJt, AM.,
and 4 o"clot-s. P M fTiiti unt il the luiiowina 'I EH.Msi : o,,j f, ui
of the purcl.a.-e HMf to lie pat in hand: oi.e-tourth in 0, oiu-s
tourth in It?, nid. the rcma nii'g o;ie fouitli in binin tioni I!
iay cf saie. The purchasers will I required to givr notes inr t'na
r'eferretl payment., with goo I freehold eci:r.ty. made payable wi;k
imerest from nm.-, aid wnhoul any reli. l n:iite.. Iron! vsiuxti. n
or ap;iraieineut law? J'eeds will I made to the purchasers uptn
the f.il! payment of At pwchaM mmicy Tl:e a.'o. e dtncriled
traei. of 'and sri.'l ite sold s.tbieei t the rnjht of dower cf the .il-
nu' ol" -.-ti ! I., : " i '-.i, i. . .1
IMA s CHIMER.
ALE CF LANDS AND LOTS FOR NON-PAYMENT
OF INTEREST -HANCOCi COUNTY. - IV fcilowtaa
descnied Ihii.U or lots, or so niucn of ca- c as i.mv i e necessary,
wilt be ofiVreti for sale hislit-M bidaor, lite lnd 1-s-inp equal in
t;:e ai.iouut cue tnereon itti the nah day ot I t brnary, lvv, m i, o
("ourt Il.iuse door in li.c town or Glf-cli
dhuia. The same navim; been tnortirtgi
Sc'iooi Fui ds oi sa.d i oumy. and forfeit!
tiK-k roatiity, lu-
re loan funn ll.a
ins to pay ni'eresr
No 7ö. lot Vn ?C. ill the town afOlteatcU; iirjrtgnged by Wm.
Smith. I, a::, iii'.erest. Ac . i 75.
No. 7?. w hf n w or. sec 31. t 1. r 7 e; mo.-tKjjr-d by S. M. Mil
roy, lian. interest, cost. Ac . Sä It). 73.
No C63. w hi s e qr, and s m n -ir. sec '2 1. I 16, r 7. mortgaged
by John P Caley. Loan, interest, c . f I !2.fS.
No. .110, t w qr, w qr, sec 14 t 15 a, rile: asortgaget' by '.,7t
kiel Thomas. Loan, itrerct, cost. Ac . ?71 05.
Na 34.. on., untliviilttl I a. f. w hi. w qr, see P. l 15 n, r 7 e;
mortgaged l.y Win. t hrismun. I Aran, i.nere.i. Ac. f U3 5tl.
No. .'cJO. e hi" n e qr see 6. I 15 n. r 7 e; mortgaged by Charles
Aiherlon. Lasaa, iuieresl, t5kc -t116.V5
The foregoing described tns and Iaiid wiii 1 oCcred for a'.a
nt the place and lime specified, as ihe law directs
2rt-r.w J.MYERS. A HC.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Xoi.ce is hereby given
that letters of admittielral.ou havr liren isftied I y lite Clerk of
ihe Prohatt; Court ol Manon county, io the uiNlenngnett, upon the
estate of Martin Adams, defeated, lale of Marion count v. State of
Indiana. Al! persons indebted lo said t stale are reajaaMod to maia
iirtraediatr payment, ami a!l pors.ni- having account und claim
.iBaiiist ui.1 estate are reqacstctt to present ihe same properly au.
tl.ciilicstcd tor adjustment. The eslsie Is prolbly salvent
THOJI V MIIIIKOW.
Nov. fl. ls l 21-w.Ivt
ADMINISTRATORS SALE Notice is here!.y c . :t that
the uuitersivned Administrator of the estate of Martin Adam,
deceased, late of Marion county. Stale of Indi.nia, will, on Friday
ihe 5lh day of December, im, brtwet n the b.-iir pi-.-eribed l y
law, proceed to r'l the personal propci'.y of said di cedent, rXMffitt
ing ot three Horse. a two kmae Wagon, Harnes, and a comi1.!
i set of Puinp-tuaker tools. Puin) s two Hides, and Household anst
' Kitchen Fatfuttare, thre acres, of I'orn. Plooglts. and a lot oi Lum
ber. Ac. a; his late residence in Wayne tnwitshtp.
TERMS OF SALI!: Cash in hand will be required on scma
of three dollars ami under, and a credit of nine moctbs v. di be girea
oil ail sums exceed i nir three tioüars; and cotes will be requ.red e4
the purchasers, with good security payable wiilum! anv relief ft on
valuution laws. THOMAS MORROW.
Nov. C, 1851. 24-w3'.v ArmitiistraH.
HERXt'F'S SALE. Hy virtue ..t un cjet utioti issuctl "by ka
('letk of ihr Marion Circuit Court in the rase of the S?late Paiik
of Indiana vs. John Cani. directed 1 me ami now in my hands, t
: will expose M sale at public auction, at the door of the Couit D.aaa
of the county of Marion, in the State of Indiana between the hours
of 10 o'c ock, A. M., and 4 o'clock, P. M.. on Sa urday the SBtli day
of November, A. D . 151. the rents and profits for a lerm of seven
ears, of the following described properly, lo-aeit: Being lti in.m
' lier ßfly-iwo (5i) in tut blty-k num'r one (1) of the donation lands
of Indianapolis, in 'I"" county of Mnrion ait! State of Indiana, ae
I cording to the sub division of said .tut Uacfc. aamade by John Wood
J and recordetl iu the Recorder's office of Marion comity, with tho
iinprovcinent thereon: ami if such rent and profits will not sell frr
a sufficient sum to satisfy the. amount demanded by suili wr.t, 1 will
! at th. ame time and place, expos to vale in like manner, the fea
simple of tiie seal lot a ove described, with the improvemtBts Hiera
ion. Iiviad upon as the property of the said Cain. Tern of sala
caali. C. C. CAMPItFI.L. Waträf M. C.
By XV. Roaaos. Oepuiv.
Indir-nnrtolia. Ort. 2Ü, 1P5L w!Hr-oct31 -wV
STATE OF INDIANA. MASION COUNTY.
Ix tub Mabiox Ctaci tT Corar, leemlw-r Term, A. D. ISaT.
I Ja rkan'ert,: Francis Die I, man e. Jonathan Eyrsione, Ruth H!.
ton, John K. Htsion. William P. Hoi ton. James M. Bolton, adnrts;
EUsabeth llolion, Hartaal Ilolttai. Sarnh Jane Holten. Amanda
Malt in. Hol'oit, and Charles Holmn, infants.
I"JK il liicwn thai on lite 10th day of October. A. D. 1651. Iba
WlW aliovi- coinplainaul. by Barbottr ek Porter. Ins Solicilara. filed
in the oftity of the Clerk of the Marion Cretan Court Ins bill ia
chancery iu Ihe atiove entitled cause, and also the atfali vn ol a das
interested and competent w itness. that the defendants Ruth Hollo,
' John K Ho i a. Wnliam P. llolion. James M. II ton. K1tzaleilt
Ho 'ton. Martha llolion, Saiah Jane llolion, Amaida Malvina Mot
j ton. and Charles llolion i-re not residents of the State of Indian.
The snid lion resilient defendants are thereibre. hereby uot fivd of ttm
filing and ieiidency of aaal bill ot complaint, and l lint un.es 1 1wy
H.p. ar and plead, answer or demnr to s.-ttd bill of complain? oti tha
firM day td" the uexi term of snitl Mnrion Circuit Court, lo le lecuu
and held ai the Court House in Ibe city of Indianapolis, rn the sc.
mud Monday iu December next, the aaid bill ami the msfrrs and
things ihefeitl contained will be held af true am! taken a roii'esejd
a to said defendatila. WM STEWART. Cterk.
IlAttB' vn A PoRTaa, Sol's, for Compl't. mivfcwäw
OTICE Is herebv git en tltat It licrs rsi" Admanraion. de So.
w nis " i". h-.s this day ben grunted to the ttm'ers'ci'ed by i tie
Proba'e Court of Ma'ion county, on the asiate of Isaac M Murphy,
late of sa,d county, deceased. The e1e is pt hUr oivrnt
Nov. 21. 1951. tK-wtw Arhnittictnustr de tsttrts aas.
ADMINISTRATOR'S WOTK1B. Nmica ia hereby ffis-ra
that letters of Administration have heen isned ux the Clerk
of ibe I'robate Ctsnrt of Msiriott esMtiny. Titdianst. lo the ttitdersumd
upon the estate of John P. Chinu. late of said county, deceased All
per na imlebted to said estate ate requested to make immediate
payment, and all persona htvmtr conn's Mid r'tims araiisst u
estate are req.H-trd to prestctii ihe same properly anikeitiioaled lör
adjusimcut TLe estate ia probably solvent
o-..--, Adm nitraKr.
71 AN CfY ÖorrEJSS Vw and e'.egaat parfams, jrt rtmitcA
WL t-y rdeBt JAv