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I a. it Legislative Summary. Saturday, February 3X Senate Reports were ma le against amending the law in rela tion to justices, to as to provide for commit ment for fin and costs ; and against the expediricy of allowing parties to swear to their book accounts. Bills authorizing Re corders and Count Surveyors to issue fee bill.; to regulate the taking of appeals from the Court of Common Pleas; to amend the 211th section of the act to revise the rules, pleading3, fcc., in Courts ; to authorize the recording of patents tf laul, and a joint reso lution on the subject of Slavery, were intro duced. On motion of Mr. Suit, the Senate adjourned until Monday at 2 o'clock. IIocse. A number of bills were introduced and the following passca; a bill fixing the time of holding Court of Common Pleas in the coun ties of Laporte, Forter and Lake; a bill de claring when laws shall bo in force. The afternoon was consumed in the dispo sition of bills on their second reading, and without clearing th files the House ad journed. Afoniay Feb. 5. Sekatk. A numUr of petitions were present! and ppropriately re ferred. Several bills ware introduced unim portant in their character. A joint resolution against the renewal of the patent on McCur mick's Reaping machines was read a second and third time and passed. The following bills were also passed: a bill fixing the time of holding the Circuit Court in the 3d Judicial Circuit; a bill amendatory to an act providing for the opening, vacating and changing of highways.; declaring the proof of names of parties not Decessary in certain cases; provi ding lor the listing of cororatkns and public stock; amending the act in relation to cer tain licences; amending the act in relation to the making out of poll looks; amending the 2d section perance bill, prompted by a resolution to call the bill back from the House. The resolu tion was not adopted. In the afternoon the following bills weie passed; a bill to regulate the title of Swamp Lands purchased under a certain act of Con gress; providing for the punishment of rail road operators in cases of negligence, and cf persons leaving gates and fences open on rail roads; amending the aet to regulate weights and measures. House. Reports.-From the judiciary com mittee, declaring the bill, to settle the judg ment held by theVincennes University against the State, was not in conflict with the consti tution of the State ; bill recommitted to the judiciary committee with instructions to re port the amount due on the judgment. Bill reported to reduce the number cf township of ficers from five to three, and to require them to hold stated meetings. The Free lijnk bill was taken up ; an amendment was offered lo make the banks mutually liable, and so provide for the appoin- u.ent of three commissioners to sujervise their affairs, and the acts of the Auditor relative to banking matters. After much discussion on the general merits of the till, the amendment was laid on the table. A substitute was offer ed for the bill in effect a repeal of the gen eral banking law which was laid on the ta ble. Ayes 64, Noes 25. The bill was then ordered to be engrossed. Bills passed : Senate bill, extending the terms of Circuit Courts by adjourn meut, &c. Thurslay February 8 Senate. Petitions were presented on the subjects ofTemperance and Insurance Companies, which were refer red. A number of bills wem introduced, and the following passed: a bill to enlarge the ju risdiction of the Courts of Common Plots, in cases of attachment; requiring Swamp Lind Commissioners to give bonds; amending ec- . , . ' . . " J tions 1,2 and 7, of an act to establish and rv gu- of the act incorporating the ard . , , . , Cotron Mill; regulating the filing of bonds I ... . . . and oaths of guardians; amending section 18 J 1 . of the act in relation to the granting of di vorces; authorizing the appointment of Com missioners to execute deeds in certain ciuor; joint resolution asking from an appropriation for the improvement of Michigan Harbor. House I'ill to authorize County Agricultural Societies to purchase and hold real estate; House bill supplementary to an act prescribing government o. Railroad Companies. In the afternoon the bill to prevent inju ries and destruction of life on Railroad-, and providing for the licensing of Engineers and Conductors, which was made the special or der for 2 o'clock, was taken up anl, on mo tion, referred to a Select Committee. House. Petitions were presented, on sub- .i i i t:ii -1 I .. T r .1 r t, lens1 mostly acn'U uiuti. iicwiia imu ic- tho duties of Justices of the Peace in Suite J 3 1 1 M . lr i n . i r i ' IKrted directing the Fund Commissioner to prosecutions; Hoiue bill to provide for the 1 " ,r , . . r i fettle the claim of the Merchant's Bai.k in service of a summons of a witness bv co y. ! . . . r . . . ', I New Yoik. Against the expediency of fix- A communication from the Clerk of tbeSu-i m , n . , . , , - .i o ing the s Iaries of the Auditor, Treasurer and preme Court was hud before the Sena'e, sta- . ,, . ,, . ., , , . e -, Secretary of State at one thousand dollars ting there remains on the docket of Baid 3 ' each; concurred in. Against extending the time of settling with County Treasurers, or Court, up to the 1st of January, 1855, 610 cases undisposed of. House. Memorials from John Gill man, on the subject of the State' Prison, from Sheets & Braden askii g an appropriation, also, petitions relative to banks, to the draining of unhealthy wet lands, and, ly Mr. Mere dith, imploring the extending the probation of al: persons of foreign birth, wishing to ex ercise the elective franchise in this State all of which were appropriately referred. Repot ts. A bill for the relief of the Treasurer of Lake county. Laid on the ta ble. A Joint Resolution asking bounty lands for the soldiers of the war of 1312, so amended as to iuclude surviving soldiers of the war of the Revolution, which amendment was con curred in. Bills Introduce-!. A joint resolution asking the recognition of the Independence of Libe ria. A bill to compel the State and county treasurers to receive the notes of free banks in payment of taxes. A bill to legalize all acts relative to the sales of real estate made under the provisions of the acts of 1853, which have been declared to bo unconstitutional. Bills on their second reading occupied the greater part of the morning. In the afternoon the House went into com mittee of the whole on the Free Bank bill, pending the discussion of which, the House adjourned. Taeilay, Feb. 6. Senate. Mr. Slater submitted a minority report in the case of the contest I seat of Huntington county, which was laid on the table, and the majority report taken up and concurred in. Mr. Chapman then appeared and was sworn into office. An imperative resolution for reducing the num. ber of the Common Pleas District!, one-third or one-half, was adopted. The bill amending the act to re gulate the sale of Swamp Lands was again taken up, on a vote of reconsidera tion, and after some discussion was again lost. Pending a debate on the bill to increase the salaries of certain pub'ic officers, the Senate adjourned. In the afternoon the bill was referred to the Committee on Finance, after the adoption of the following amendments. Salary of the Governor, $2500; Supreme Judges, $1600; Circuit Judges, $1200. The Temp-rance bill was then taken up, ard after a somewhat lengthy discussion, and the introduction of a substitute by Mr. Brown, which was lost, the bill was read a th'yd time and passed. He use. The bill to organize the 12th and 13th Judicial Circuits, and providing for the appointment of Judges, was passed. This bill abolishes the C.rcuit over which Judge Anthony presides and legislates him out of offica. Most of the morning was consumed in the discussion of Mr. Hudson's bill to amend the "act to authorize and regulate the business of General Banking." In the afternooa the d.scusuon on the bank bill was renewed, and continued until the ad journment. An amendment was adopted re quiring a deposite of $125, of stocks for every $100 of notes issued ayes 71, noes 22. The bill was further modified so as to requ're only $115 of stocks for every $100, in cases where all the stockholders Avere residents of the Scato and bona file owners of the stock. Au amendment was adopted making it optional with the holder to protest either one note or all; but in piyment of the notes, no prefer ence shall be given to protest over others. Another amendment restrict tho aggregate amount of circulation to eight millions; and of each bank to over $200,000. Another providing that the issues of banks shall be a legal tender of payment for debts due them, or stockholders. Wednesday, Feb. 7. Sexate. Tho morn ing was consumed in a discussion of the tern- extending the time of pa)mentof taxes; con curred in. Against further legislation on the suVject of railroad connections, consolidating their stock, cte., report concurred in. Senate bill creating the office of Attorney General was reported back and engrossed. Bil), re quiring the clerk of the Supreme Court to tax a docket fee of ten dollars in favor of at- tornies prosecuting in that court, was reported back and engrossed. Bill, amending the act defining misdemeanors, so as more effectually to suppress lotteries, was reported back and engrossed. Bill, to allow warit of .chastity to be a defense against a charge of rape, etc., was laid on the table. Bill to authorize sui's against the State, after being reported buk was withdrawn from the files.' Bill, to au thorize executors to make deeds in certain cases, wtts reported back and indefinitely jiost- poned. Bill, to authorize attachments in cer tain cases, before the debt is due, reported back with amendments, which were concurred in. A bill was reported to prevent the carry ing of concealed weapons. Bill, to allow terms of the Circuit Court to be extended by adjournments in cases wherein the Judge is interested or sick, was reported back with amendments, which were concurred in. A Joint Resolution was introduced on the subject of the naturalization laws. Bills Iutroduced To encourage the pay ment of Indiana five per cent bonds. To provide for the sale of the unsold saline lands. To authorize County Commis g'oners to tell lands, in which portions of the Common School funds hve become invested. To prevent fraud in the composition of Patent Medicines. To legalize certain transactions under tha acts of 1852 and 1853, before the same came into force. To prohibit adults from betting with minors. To legalize certain acknowledgements of deeds of conveyance in which illegal seals had been used. Senate bill, to prohibit the manufacture and sale of intoxicating drinks was engrossed, without amendment. Ayes 56, Noes 3d. A report was made highly approving he management of the Insane Hospital ; stating the number of patients to bo 160, and capable of holding 300 when the north and south wings should be finished, the last almost completed; that the estimated expenses, for the ensuing two years and five months, incluiing buidings, &c, aro $161,603, and that the Institution is indebted to the sii-kit.g fund $33,000.' The Free Bank bill was read a third time when a discussion ensued which occupied the afternoon until af ter five o'clock. Counterfeiters Some weeks ago the Marshal became convinced that a band of counterfeiters existed in this city, and imme diately set his traps to catch them. Through a secret police the head quarters of the coun terfeiters were ascertained, and two of the police took up their board with them and soon became initiated into the mysteries of the con cern, and obtained sufficient evidence to war rant the arrest of threo persons, named George Williams (a partner in an eating house near the Union Depot , called '"Young America.") Samuel French and Jack Flemings, alias Eagles. The Mayor committed all three it default of 1500 bail One of the other part ners of the Young America named Campbell who is said to be the ringle dcr. smelt a rat, and made good his escape. The remaining pro prietor of the eating house, Mr. Brenjer, is said to be an honest man. (KT We are indebted to Hon. William S. Barry, of Misj., for a copy of his very able ipeech in tho House of Congress, on "Civil and Religious toleration.0 The Mails. The terrible snow storm3 at the west and northwest has damaged and iu many instances cut off entirely all mail communication. A gentleman writing from Chicago under date of 30th ult, says from Saturday the 27th, un til the evening of the 2'Jth ult, there was a continued snow storm, and he further Fays: "There is not a train running out of tho city on the western and southern roads all ar blocked up. The weither is now cleared up and they will commence breaking the triacs through to-day. All the mails from the east for the west for the last ten days are here, No mail has been received from Springfield or St. Louis. The engines aro all frozen up on the road and covered with snow. Dixon air lino in the same condition. Military tract and Be loit roads arc impassible. The Rock Island and Galena roads got through but are blocked up again. There are now 1200 mail bags in the Chicago oOice." Complaints of non-receipt of tub Sen tinel. We receive many letters of com plaint from our sul-scribers of the irregularity in the receipt of our Daily and Weekly. For the last two weeks our papers have been mailed with great regularity, but every one knows that the late snow storms have greatly impeded the mails. We assure our readers that the fault is not our own. The Small Tox. Many reports are in cir culation regarding the extent of the small po in this city, all of which are greatly ex azirerated. We believe it to be the duty of the press in such cases to publish the facts, whatever they may be, and we shall accord ingly do so. We learn from the best of infor mation that there have been in all twelve cases of small pox and varioloid. Four only w ithin the past three weeks have died, leaving but eight cases in the hands of physicians, all of which are in a fair way to get well. No new cases have occurred fcr two days past. So that there is no danger, with proper care, cf the pestilence spreading. A an instance of the good effects of vac cination, we will state that Dr. Billiard was called to attend a ease of small p)X in a family where there were seven jmrsons who had never been vaccinated. All eat in the Fame room occupied by the patient, and attended upon him. After much persuation, they were rll prevailed upon to undergo vaccination. The matter "took," andjn five days the whole seven were troubled with sore arms, and i:ot a si igle one has yet taken the small pox. Every one should be vaccinated, and we hope that in less than a week our entire population like the family named, will be troubled with sore arms. Since writing the above we have received the following: liftrl of the Hoard of Health. Tho Board of He ilth find there have occurred four deaths from small ix during the present invasion. There are five cases of small jox and three of varioloid now under treatment, all of which, with one exception, promise a favorable ter mination. The Board have taken pains to asertain the facts of this report, and believe them to be strictly correct GEO. W. MEARS, M. D. JNO. S. BOBBS. M. D. JNO. M.GASTON, M. D. Board of Health. Thursday, Feb. 8th, 1855. SPKC1AL NOTICES. COMMERCIAL. A CARD. Indiana Free Sink Association. IxDiAKAroLM, I x d , Jan. 15. A mertln; of the Executive t o m ni Utcc of the Fre Hankers' AiH-ia ion was lu'U to-day ; present, Mains. How and l)c Pan w. he rojiort anl ulicution of the Ban of North Ainerira at Clinton, wan rrreived and laid over until 1 tiuriwluy evening Tho nank of Huntington (omit v. at Huntington. having tmide api'licalioii and complying witli the rules of the AsAooition, is admitted and placed in the liot ol -.'. o ia itijf bunks. I lia lianK o 1 ij'H.-Ciinoe, at mnciiiac. and Indian Reer e Bank, at Kokoino, having, lv Judge Wright, apnlied for admission, tiiey b- inij home banks, owned u, solvent ana rewnjioo parlu , and the comimUeo Inn ns; assured that, from this day forward, they ill nv. at their counter, for their Uvie, the notes of specie pa) in(t hanks, and, at an early day, resume and continue specie payments, we have directed our Agents uot to receive or cancel any of the note of either of them as suspended banks. v. C. HU'AU W,) J. B. IIOWK. . C T. U. 1IAKKIS, 1 Value of Indiana Free Sank Money. Below we srive a i-pr ot 'he Citi.o.n Coinmitte j which wi! appointel to fix the Vhlj- of tree Bank paper. Tho e tontlemei were selected imin among ,.iir ' est btisine men. There is no important ditTer- enc lirtween this classification ami that malt tor Mm Associ tion of Free Bankers at the late meeting. I lier is a very ceneral reeling unions: a I classes of people in the city and country to be governed by a uniform rate for Free Hank mo ey : nno, o lar a we can icaru. me following li I gives satisfaction. In re"ard to an "Azency, ' tne ioinmiuee, in view oi the appointment of l)eP.iw and lcfrees, by the Free 'la kei . lor tn same purpose coiiienipiuieu oy uio ci izimis, have rontloded to defer that matter, and , if sal Ufa torv. allow the Bankers' Agenc. to supercede the one itte Committee was directed lo eslahl.sh : REPORT. The Committee appointed at a public meeting of the Business Men, of Indianapolis, held at the Court House, December 3ith, 1-wl, to examine the securities of the Stock Banks of Indiana, and classify them ..ccordin? to the value of the bonds deposite I with tho Mat- Auditor, reort as follows, and recomnien i that the bills bo re ceived at the pri cs named. Should ny of the baii-s named in the first class refuse to redeem in coin or the value of tho securities of the second and third classes change;, the classification will be altered accordingly. GEO. T. BKOWMNG, Sec". India.mpoUs, Jan. 1, w - Mkssks F.htors : Owins o te depreciation In ihe value of Louisiana Stale Stoc-a, the I'oard of Con trol have ordered that the following anksbe changed from the 2d to the 3d tbss mid valued accordingly, viz : Bank of Covington, Cov'n Farm's v McVs B , Hens H. of Kochester, Koch'r Slate Stock Bank, Marion B. of Keinwaleer, Kens'r Shawaee Hank, Attica K.UIiart Co Bank, Goshen And al-o, Sute Stock Ba ,k at Jamestown, being I d. 5', Mo. C'sand Va. 6's. You will, th-refo e, ma-e the neeewarv alterations In the published lists. GEO. T. BKOW'NlNG, Sec y. Indianapolis, Jan. 211, 1 -.".". F1KST CLASS SI'ECIE PAYING, PA K. ., . .. M;..i.i n,v)""i S.m Dan Ol lll'iiana, . ..v.. j g g li nk of I rook vile, Brookvilla.... . J y!,' . . .. Ind i s I'anK 01 ryracuse, rircu3.... Bank of El hart Elkhart Bank of Koekville, Kuckville.. Bank, of Goshen, Goshen. Bank of Ml Vernon. Mt Vc uon:. Bank orSalem Salem H um ol tne Capilil. Indianapolis. Bank of .N America, Clinton. ...i. Bank of t nrsaw, Warsaw Bank of Montieello Mouticello..., Canal Bank Evansville .., . rescenl City Bank, Evansville.. Canitiridge City Bk. Cam itT.... Central t.n Indianapolis Kayettu Co Bant Connersville.,.. Farmers' Bank. Wes'.fleld.. f ( o ITS Karmero A- Mei hnnV Bk, ludiaii'lis La li's I ud 2i S Ind o's La li's I ml .Vs Ind 2V Tenu i s l-n s (in 7's N C li s .. I.:l (!'s .. Ind-.' (a Va ; " I 'ilSl i Ind 5 s " lnd -. i s . . Va s .. lii.LVs tlnd 5's Kv 6's .. Ind.'s . . Va A s . Va fi's f I ud 5 s j Ind 4 V '-ii,2?J " Va 's u. ,1X1(1 Si.' O 34.000 " (MHI GO IMIII a ..ihi Ml IMMi 1" IIINI :u ink) v Old I- O II 3-1 MH) 4I.INKI n im) i i iM 4 MHI 6 IMi C i -on 5 1 ;ni &410.4I 5 I II 0 e7.i'Hi i (I 3tl l Ml IU (" (i t (Km :if ini mg-Jjr- IF ou ar- sick, the prohability is that the r root of your suffering is in Ihe stomach. From a weak stomach proceed dyspepsia. languor, oppres sion in .the diaphragm, J undice, headache, nausea. bodily weakue a. dimness of sisht, heartburn, costi e- ness, djs-Mitery, and a legion of other tormenting dis eases. Indigeslicii produces thin blood, and therefore destroys the strength and vigor of the system. To re store the tone o the stomach, and enable it lo throw off and dismiss forever all these tormenting and dangerous complaints, nothing is n-cess ry but a persevering use of H oil nd's Gorman I liters, prepared by lr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia. There is uo mistake, no f uture in heir s mative effect. febSd'w (Vy-RHEUMATiSM CURED! For a complete and ra.tic 1 eure ol this piiuful and paralyzing disease, no difference hoar severe the case or how lon iiinlun, call and get Mortimore'a KheumatiC Com. pound ; lo be hail of Craihrad dr. Browning, W. W. K'tiieil. and Haiuiaiitau & Duzan, Agems Indianapolis Price 1 1 per botile sen '.N-d A w.Jni y -y FOR INDIGESTION, Torpid Uver, and al Impuriiit of the Hio-mI, use Mortimore'a Kit Ur Cordial and Blood Purifier, sold l.y ail DruecUia Pnc- Ml IHI iw-r hotue s-.lg- ri w3m RESOLUTIONS OF THE FEOPLE.-Uc kail wiib p raae lae vast and increasing pop. alarity ol McLaasj's VoixaJic Oil Limmsnt, notwith standing the .! and malicious "lies" tli il were inven led and irsued tiiroiigh ihe lrr to injure iu reputation. RtuleJ. Thai having; la'trd it, and fouml il more effi cacious than any other liniment or remedy for the cuie of KneuinatiSMi, Braises, Sprains, Pains, Sores, Erup tions on the Skin. Pile. Bums', Scilds, Ac., and for Horses, lo cure Sweeny, (.atiine, Trams, Poll Evil, Flsiuta. Sores, dec., we will continue lo use it; for Mclean's celebrated l.iinn'nt will never fad lo eure any external disease If properly applied. Rea l the following exuaci ol a LtCI TKK FKOM CALIFORNIA. J. II. McLean Dear Sir: I and all of me Coixpau) return you our taanks for having supplied as with vour Volcanic Oil Limmrnl It is truly the mist valuable and useful medicine for a trip actoas the plain. We aed it for Rheumatism, Braises, Sprain. Pains, Wound, Sores, Ac, and it always gave immediate re. lief. We applied it also on our Horse ami Cattie d Stiains.C'infcs. Gall and otwer injuries, and il invaria bly performed a speedy aad perinsmeiit euie. Your, Ac, JOHN CCMMI.NGS. S teruneiito City, t)ec.6ih. liJ. We aay, then lo all who may be suffering from eiterj nal di-eaes. obtiu a supply at oi.ee of Mct.ai.e'a Vol. rauie Oil Liiiinieui il is the only reliai le reiued). For aie ny the proprietor, corner of Third and Pine streets. Si. Lou is, Mo. yFt sale by W. W. ROBERTS, wboiesairand retail Oruiat. Iiulianapoli. jun' dAw m$A SECRET FOR THE LADIES How to preserve beauty. Don't use Chalk, Lily Wiuie, or aay of the so-called eoainelics, lo conceal a fa lei or sallow complexion. If you would have the roses bought hack lo iour cheek, n clear, heatitiyand Iranspaieiit sk n, and life and vignx infused through tne system, gel a bottie of Carter's S(aii-h Mixture, and tike it ac.ording to directions. It does uot tss e (j-iite as well as your aweeiinetts, tut if a'T;r a few doe yu d n l find your hea;ti and beauty reviving, your step rla t c anl vigorous, aid the whole sy-tem refrcshe I and isvigoraled like a sprmr mornuig, t ten your c tse is h ipeless, and all the valuable certifi ed -s we posses, to for ntught. It is t'e gieatet puri fier ol theblcod k-ovrn, is perfectly harm'ess, and at th e same time powerf-illy efficacious. See advertise meut lanl-dlmo Gramerey Bank, Iifayelte. HooKier Bank, Logansport. Huntington Co B'k, llunlingloi. Indiana Bank, Madison Indiana Stock Dank, Laporte Kentucky Stock Bank, Columbus I-agrange Bank, Lima Merrh'U Al Vcch'c. Bk. 5 X Y & Va S S list Evansville, Prairie City Bk, Terre Haute Southern ank, Terre Haul Salem Tank North alem.... Tr ders' l ank. Iiidaiuapolis.. d CLA.-S WOltrH 110 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. li-",ooi 4 ;,imiu 3i,i-U 6.IHKI 4,iNl "0.IHHI 4fhiW) i. 0 u h;,imhj 5U,tKIU 4 ,IMW S.1.INIU 5I,INJ ISi,jllU 70,000 .-4Z 4!l,0OO ,(kj 1 15,01 NJ 5.0 0 Iti.iMhi Mnd 5 s X VS I ,0tHi ..... (in 7's 1.5 11 As JU,1H0 o 6's in,1 lui La ti s 3-i.u 0 .Mo 's Hi Win Va Cs 50,m ( i inu joo j Ind i 3:j.7IKJ .. ..... va Il I Mo 6 s 35,ni Ind 5 s b.i,IHMI ludS's IIihO Ky6s 3,(HM GdT'i e.5oo U6'l I'MHItl Mo 6 s 2.0-H Ind a l,lM"i Ind 21, 22,1 On KyCa, 13,1.00 ' Tenn a 5.000 I.u6 s 21 INNI ' . I i 6 6 OHO i 1 Ind 5 s 4,mai 1GH vn,iNNi Va n t-J,( Ml Ind 4's l'5 0IO Ind5's 57.1 (Ml Va 's 4n,i IK) Mob's 17 ! Ind5's 5.0)10 Va 6 5.0O0 I .a lis 40,000 . ... Ind vj 55 000 I an . of Fort Wayne, Ft Wayu?,.. . ank of South fend, Soulli Bend. Va 6' J Va Cs i C O's Pauk of Perrysville, Perrysville... l-lawaro Co Bank, M uncle Great V estern Hank, Terre Haute Indian Reserve B'k, Kokoino Kalamazoo Hank, Albion , North Western irk, Lloomleld... New York Stock B'a Vincenues... Tipccanoe B'nk, W innemac Uper B'ahash Hank, Wabash Wayne Bank Logansport Wayne H'nk Richmond , Uab sh River B'n ,Jaser Wabash Kiver Bank, Newvi'.le..., Wabash Kiver I auk, N Cor) don... THIRD CLA S worth 5 cents om ths dollar i Va G's . MoH's ..Va 6's . Va Cs , Va Cs I Va C s I N CC j Va 6's i-MnC's I Va 6's I Mo6"a Va 6'a Va 6's I Va 6's .Ohio 6'a VaG's Va Cs Va6's Va 6's Agricultural B'k, MtMerling- Atlantic B'k, Jackson Hank of Covington, Covington..., Hank of Albion, Albion Bank of Alliea, Altica Bank of N merica, Newjort Bank of Bridgeport, tiridgcporl ... Bank of Rochester Bank ol l onnersville, Cou'sville.. B'nk Bensselaer, Reussalaer Bank of T H'adsworth.Mich City.. tank of KocWKrt, KocKyxorl Hank of America, Morocco Bauk of ,uburn Aubir i Ban of Albany, New Albany Drovers Bank, Rome Elkhart Co Bank, Goshen Farmers & Mech's Bauk Rana'laer. Farmers1 Bauk.Jasjter Gov't Stock B'k, Lafayette Green County bank, l.loomfleld... Laurel Hans. Laurel .Merchants' ban-, Lafayette Merchants b'k, Spriiigileld Marshall 'o l'k, Plymouth... Northern Ind. b'k, Loauspejl- Orange b'k Poseyviltd Public Stock b'k, Newport Perry County b'k, CauuelUa Plymoutli b'k, Plymouth Shawnee Bank, Attica Steuben Co b'k, Angola S Stock B'nk, Marion State Stock flank, Jamestown State Stock Bank, Logansport Stale Stock b'k, Peru Stale St'k Security b'k Ncwjort Traders' Bans, Nashville ... Traders' b'k, Terre Haute We item b'k, Plyinoutn Wabash Valley b'k Logansport . Ind j's t liidt)'s iVaG )Va6'S ' lUC'i . Pen ii 5's . Ind 5 s . lud Vs . Ind 5's f Va 6's j Ohio 6'a La 6's i. Mo 6's t Ind 5's ) Ohio 6'S t La 6's jPeiinSs . Mo 6'a . Mo G's .. Ind 5's .. Cancelled . Iud 5's . I nd 5's find J VaG's U 6's V.N C b'a . LaC's t nd5's (Peuii5's j Ind 5's (Mo b'a lud 5's Ind 5 . lud 5's . Ind 5's LAWS OF INDIANA. AN AC T supplemental to an act provid ni for the elec tion : nd ipJulihVation of J ustices of the Peace.and defi ni' g tiicir jur s-lict o , powers a d duties in , i il a- es a proved JanrO, l85i, a d p escr.bi g th-in umer of Hlliiis v.i' a .c e. Site I. He it tmartrd bf tke General Antmblf of the State of Indiana, T hat whenever am Vxiancy liull oc cur nioie han t nrl da prior to he ii si .Vo d .y iu pr , in th ollice of Ju ice of ihe Peace, in any c "u i ty in thi Su e, by d a Ii, resi: all. n or o -.erwis-, it -hall be t e d ty of the Clerk of the C rcu I Court o: itch county to order au election to fill such vac o c . rr.c il .a 1 sue i iecial e ection, lin icturus titer f and Ismii g co nmissioiis to the prso is 1 ct d shall be conducted a d governed by the laws now in fo . e p;over inir -pceial electi-.n ; and the per i n so el ct d hhall hold lis oltlce four years ft m the daU of hi c m missio i Sec. 3. I i- he e y declared that an einergs c v ex ts for i: e taim effect f tiiisa t, tndlh t tsi lib in fo ee from and a ter its ilia e nd public ion .n the ludia no S a to Journal and St de en ine'. ASHBtL P. WILLARD, President of the Senate. D. KILGOKK, Speaker of tlie House of Keprescotativcs. Approved Fehruarv 21, lfi.". JO-EPH" A. U RIGHT. I 0X CARLISLE vs. THE CENTRAL ! ' Canal Manufacturiiiir. Hydraulic and M'uter If. rl Company, and William Burnet, Francis A. Con well, Ho ry Van Burgen, liavid F.Worcester, I G. Bingham, E. W. Paltison, Robe t H. Culltim, Lavi 1 Hazzanl, Geo. G. llOup Thomas J. irhite Thomas V. Miu hell. Elias Macy J reuiiah Jackso i and Jacob Bunr t a ,d others. In the Varion Circuit Court He it reinenilered tha1 on the Clh day of February, 1-55 the jdaiiiti T. John Carlisle, tiled in the offlce of the CI rk of the .Varion Circuit Court, his complaint in the above entitled cae, and an affidavit sho ti.'.g that the said d feudaiits H illiuiil l-'ur-net, Henry Van iiurgvn. Pavid F. Worcester. K Ct. Bii'if ham, E. IV. Patlison. Robert II. Culltim David Hazzard, George G. -houp.T omas J. W hite Thomas V. Mitchtll, Elias .vlaey Jacob flurnet. and Jeremiah Jackson are not either of them residents of the State of Indiana. Said defendants who are above described as non-residents are therefore hcrebv notified of the lilinir and pen ding of the said complaint, and thai unless they appear, a nor or UL-murlosaiu complaint al the first calling ol said Court, on the second day of the next term of said t'ourt lo be beiruu and held 'at the Court House in the city of Indianapolis ou the 5lh fonday in April next, said complaint and the matters and things therein con tained. w ill be heard and determined in their absence. Attest, H'll.LlAM STE W.4KT, I lerk. Feb7 3w w AN ACT authorizinir count Audi ors to call a special terms o- the l o rJo C tin y Comniis ioners, when ever ths I tcret o the i oun y may demand it. Sec. 1. Be it emae'ed a tke General Assembly cf tke State IJianm, That whenever tint inteiest of tho county may demand il, t o county Aud tor shall convene the board of C unty Commissioners for that purpose, by issuing t t e .-her.lT of tho couu y a summon to b-by bin served on ea h in -tube of ui h l ard, or upoj a majority thereof n ease a n o.ie of such lioaid shall bo leuip ir-rtly absent from the county. Sec. 2. As there ii ' o law n .w i fore authorizing the calling f special sessions of County Boar , it I t ereby decUre I that ao inergen 7 e ,isU for the mmediate la" kinj e(T-.t of tins act il -hall therefore take effect, and be in force rom and fler its tuiMag and 1 nblica lion in Ihe Indiana St -te Journal, aud the Imliana r-t .te 5 nlinel. ASH BEL P. WILLARD, Speaker of the S'iial. IX KILGOhE, peaker of t e Hons of Ro re eniat v Approved, Feb. uary 2d, 1;55. Jo5k:pn .. V riuht. NOTICE IS HERErtY GIVEN that upno petition, legally filed by a majority of the vot ers of the town of Mechanicsburg, with the commission ers of Marion County, Indiana, said board of Co i.roi sioners have ordered that the name of said town be changed lo Clermont JOHN W HAMILTON, Auditor Marlon County. December 12th 1854. jan4w3l TTALENTINES ! VALENTINES. THE v most Splendid, Beautiful and Elegant assortment ever Drought 10 me eitv ; at WERDEN tm CHAMBERLAIN'S, febi 3 doors East of Capital House. Ind 5's Ind 5's lud 5's tlnd 5's jPenn 5's (Ind 5's i Va 6's La 6's 1 hid 5's Jlnd ill's (UG'i I Va 6's )U6's Iud 5'S h a 6's (Mo 6's Ind 5's hid 5's hid 5 s hid 5'S lud 5 s tlnd 5's j Va 6 s lnd 5 s Ind t fLa 6' 23,e59 V WI V,0 0 112,000 30,000 10,HI C0,)0U J 11,0 41 5.000 4Oo 43,000 8 1,000 359.5WI I.WO 5 ,5 0 14,000 5.0 0 6. WW 50,000 23,000 47,l 0 50,000 57,W)0 Irf.WAi S7,liOli 5,11 0 4H, 1(0 4,5t0 2.' Oo SiWHi 5n,iN.O 4,000 7-,ooo ' O.UKI 5V"0 bn,oo 33,300 43,. V.otMJ 37.IHSJ 5,IN 511,1100 5 -vs ;3,KI0 S-.WO 53,500 100,0110 3o,H00 t)3,0tm 121,10 5 ,'HNI 75.400 34. 00.. 4 '.(hUl e,5 0 1".IH II7,3'.W 65,i0 T IIE SECOND TERM OF MR. WALDO'S course, wi.h especial recr.nee to lull el ssichI prepo rt ion fr coiienutesm lies, wtd begin on MU.nHAY, January l, l-5i rtmov, h.rt-6ve Dollar per anum. Peisoud l'Piiciiou may be mideioMr W.. at Mr Cravens mi Pennsylvania t, West idle, ibree d h.is Norm ol MarRei meet. KerKKKxc&s Prof. Johi Ksulricn. Marietta Col iee, tlhio; Lr. Joseph Kay, VVo aiwaid Hih Scho A, tyiticiiniau, U. : t.. h. Brooks, A.M. Cnciniiati. U. Kev. Miili Geo M Macwt l!,IaJiaiiapo.i4 ; Kev. Thornton A . liKi.auap.il s. janl7 PRINTING PAPER &C. THE UNDER- I- .IU.ED, p.oprietor of ihe Pat-er M.il at Indian- ,h.Is, kiv. s uoiice to Primer a idotaers, that hts Mnl afier enders:iii h ir.tuth repairs, are agim in lull np-iau ni. lis 1 therefore prepared lo fil ad onlet witiiuui uolay. Sti te Stm-k papr received In avnieut at .no rale ol disci-u it aieo Dy the Con renlioii vl Uaiia er ; nd Paprr sold al Cincinnati I'riee. The hia iest market pri. e paid, in Cash, for Ra. iaul9-o6ino VM. SHEETS. A N AC r to Hin-nd an act,e t tied an act to re is .sim plify, a d abridge the rul s, piactic-, pit-ailinpr, and forms in civil cases in the courts of hi Mal-.to al lis 1 disti ct o in of action at law and t p ovidc for the ail in i 1 stration of justice in a u ifor n o e ( plead -inr and p actice w t iou ditineti 11 betweeu law a d uity, anprov -o June l-lh, 5i Sac. " Be it enacted b) Ike Genera! .Issrmblf of the State of Indiana, That sedi 11 4 of the act mi he tilN of this act referred lo i.i h reads in the folio a injr wo ds to wit: The time and plac f maki g sale f real estate on cxectil on shall bo p iblicl. adv itisej b h . Shei iff, for at I ast iw uty dav suece siv ly next 1 cfore th t diy of sale by po li g up writt n or prui e iiolic there if 01 Hire of the most public plac si:thcT w .-lii in Khich the real est te is s:taated, and a lite a vertis n nt ut th-door of the Co irt Hous of the coj ty, and als by a.l vert. sing the same fo three w ek- sue- sively in a newspaper printed 11 ..r st to t ere I estate if any" such new;iper b printed within the j jrisdicti .1 of ih her iff, be a -non led so as to r ad a - follows: Tne tim aud plaee of makiii; said of el .Uil,ou cx ciilion, shall bo puldieiv ad v rlised bv th SbcrifTfor tl (east tw nty day successively 11 xt before the day of sale by posting up written or printed noiics thereot in thr o public plac s in the low s ip in which the r-al vs- tlo is ail at - , and a l.ke a verlis.uioit at the do r of the Curt Hons of Ui- county, and also by advcrtisiii the s 1 1 e for thre weks suee ssivcly in a newspaper printed nea est t the r : 1 ale if any sue 1 lie wspa per ba print-id wiliin Ihtj jurisdiction of Hie Sneriff; I'rorided, Hint flop bits er of -uch new -paper shall lielocl o rcf-s I t pub is"i s.ich notice when requested -o to do y tii" Sheriff, it s all be la - ful lor Hie sheriil to publish he same in any other newspaper published williin his jurisiliclion,or if t ere b no olhersuch news paper published in t -e count) , t!i Sheriff may disp use illi the publication of sich notice iu a ncv.uer, ami the land may be sold without su h publicati,,::, :iol the ? heritr shali i his return ou such wr t state I e icfus I of such 11 wspapcrt- publi lit e notice w ich rcitirn shall haw the sihi effect in vi len- as the ollicial re turns of Stierills I other cases Six. '2 It is he e declared that an emeriruuey exists for the iinmciliac lak i e eff-ct of this act, and Ih I it shall t ke effect and be iu force lr 111 and afl r t passage;1 . nd il is hereby made thi duty of Ihe Secretary of State to cans this act lo be publis'itt I in ilu Imliana Journal a d State Senlniol and to t ansiuit a copy thereof t the Clerk's ollice ol each of Ihe counties in this -Lite. U. KILGOKK, SKaerof the House. AM1P.KL P. l ILL HU, President of l"c senate. Approved February "il, 1-55: Joscrii A. Wriuht. Stiie nr Imuiins, Sreretarf of Stjte'a OJire : 1, Erasmus B Collins, -e rctar". or State for the Mate aforesaid, d 1 hereby certify iliattlie above cnlitlod acts entitled as follows, o wit: "An act supplementary to an act providing for I e eleclio an 1 tpiali icatiou of Jus tices of the P, acc, and dclininy their juris iclion pow ers and duties iu civilcases, approved June 9, 1-5.', and prescribins the 111.1 n.er of tilling vaca icies;" A 1 act a t orizine County Auditors t call iecinl U-r of the board f County 1 otniuissio ers, whenever the in tercslof ihe cou ty may demand i ;"alo " A 1 act lo amend an act entitled an act to revise, simplify and I abridge the rules, practice, plo tdlnjr and forms is c vil cases in the Courts of this Slate, to abolish distinct forms of action at law. aud to provide for Ihe administration f justice in a uniform mode of pleading and practice without d stinclion between law and epnly," approved Sune l-'thlfoj, are true and correct copies of the en rolmeul 110 on file iu my ollice In teiiinony whereof, I have hixeuolo set my hand and jCiI alof talo at the city cf hidiauapoiis, this u s.l Jd usy f February, A. l. K$ EltASMUS B. COLLINS, Secretary f Slate ofnjE"oWE"LHs5oNTINUANCE of the U. S. Land Offices at Jeffersonville, Vin cennes, and inaiuac, Indiana. Under Ihu p ovisions of the second suction of the act of Congress approve I June I'.', IHU, which declares "that whenever the quantity of public lauds rein inin; unsold in any laud district shall bo reduced to a number of acres les than one hundred llioutaud, it shall be the duty ol the -ecre-tary of the Treasury to discou iuue the land ollice for such district and if any laud in any sue 1 district shall reuiau unsold al the time of the discontinuance of a land office, the same shall be subject to sale ut some one of tho evis in laud offices most convenient to the dis trict iu which ihe laud office shall 1 ave been discontin ued, of which the Secretary of the Treasury shall give notice;" aud inasmuch as the 7th seel 011 of the act approved 4lh September, 141, authorizes the Secretary ol the Treasury lo continue any land district in which is situated the seat of government of any one of the Slat's, notwithstanding the quantity of land unsold in such district may not amount to one hu dred thousand acres when in his opinion such continuance may be requtr. d by publie. convenience, or iu order lo close the land system in such Stale at a convenient point, under the provisions of the act o th t subject approved June K, I MO ; mnd inasmuch ao tka dutf okoco required tao bee devotcrd upon tke Secretarg of tke Inter, or bf tke "art to tetabnk tke Horn Ltepartment,'1 approved 3d March 149 : Notice i accordingly hereby given, that, in view of reports from the land officers at Jeffersonville, Vincen nes, and V maniac, that the vacant land in each of said distri Is is reduced below oue hundred thou nd acres, the Secretary of tko Interior, teitk Ike aporobat on of tke pretident, has directed that the Laud offices at Jef fersouville, Vincenues, and v inaiuac, iu the Slate of I diana, be discontinued, and the lands remaining un sold at the time ol lh di continuance be made subject lo sale at the land office at Indianapolis, the seat of government in said Suite. Lands remaining unsold and unappropriated by law, and subject to private entry, within the limits of the districts now discontinued, will cease lo be subject lo entry as heretofore al those offices from Ihe date ol the receipt of this 11 lice by the registers and receivers thereof, and the land officers at Indianapolis will give public notice of the day 011 which they will bo pr p. red lo receive applications for entries of anv such lauds . t their office. OHN WILSON , Commit tioner of tke General Lond Ofic. Jan U, '55 feblO-wtiw D M M I N I STR ATOR'S SALE OF XV Ken E 1 1 c. The ual is.kdsU adminuirator of tne t s ate of Ja ne it n , j . aie of M.ou Count., Indimit will, 0.1 IhJ 17ih day id Ma-e-i, m i year Iflji, bet we n lite b ur of 10 11M ck A. M. mid 4 w'cio -k P. M., of ail oair. 111 pursuance w iiu an or. er ut ihe ominon Picas Court 01 Mai ion vuuty, m ole al the January Term said Court in ihe year 1jj. Sit lor tie at public auction, to the nig .c. bid .er, me I 'l lvwiue deienbed real rstsite nelou r nc li si I u-ed.i"i. silual'd 111 Muionou.l , rtala of Ind ana, kuoarii a ll,C s uih h ill 01 the -oiiii.wei qatrier 01 sec. oii (41) towush p (I71 1a ie (5) - 1 -ept lint un n north v. ilia liidiauspo is h Prudieton ."ia'e Koa 1, aupjo.d 10 be (irf res. .1-1 mat iKdiii 01 U11 1 i a of the l.iUMiisp ih Sc I'eudtcloii S:ar kowl, beiu H'fl of, aud b I niging to, me north ha f ol t.ie oin-w quai ler 01 section ( Jli m luwns.'it.i (17) raut,e (5) ne.:i about it) acre 111 b ti dtr-crib.d ple-e- tuppo cd I ' t almut eighty a -re Oie or les. Tne soil real tstste will lie s,.J Oil tne a eniiscs f r u it less .hot its two. thiol's arpr. ved vh'oc. The .sle will bs mals subjci t the interest, title and nana of Elizabeth H.nJ-, ihe wilo of d cedent therciv, itliigllic idiridr oae-ihird part theirof n fresmidf: a , sabeel lo a.i eitumtie iim 10 the school funi of a-oat three hui.dnd and twenty dollars, or theiaatiouts. Tu ieim ol sle i 1 be one third the amount for wbicn said land mty b.l.g, paid in inoue on day of sale the re-idue 10 be pan in two equal pay mcn-.s ne hsif 111 ix inoutos, ihe other half in twelve mii..tii& t.k ite cjiej kir ii.ii nayhble wilnout anv re lief whatever from lue va ua i hi or sppraisement laws, an. I b'-srin interest trom da t. M St-S KAIGG, Jaritf5-w4w Adunnislralor. COMMISSIONER'S SALE PURSUANT Vy to m order of the 'Mario 1 l-irc nlC. url, in the case 01 Zenas Braadon and Oilier, v. .".nieon l Oguen and other. I will expose to ale. at public auction, at luc f'on.t lions'- i oor. in me itv of ImManaiioli, on Sat. ur-iav. lie 27lh Uav ol January 1854. l.clwei n Ihe hours of I'l o'clock A. M , and 4 o clock P. M.. Ihe fuliowi descntied rcai tste, situate i i Lawrence tonlnp, Mail. xt county. State id Indian. t wit : Ihe fouih Ea-t qu iiti of Section Kig .t (-). in Twwn-hp Sixteen f 61 .North, ol Kince tne ta r.ast, except neveiny acre off of the West s de Ine rof U.lniiig to Sarah BrMiriloit. Terms of Sale : One-third of Ihe pur.-hase-raoiiey to be naid in hand: o ie-tl..rl in one year, and one-lit r-l in two j cars fom the day nl sale; the nererred paymema ! be sreured by t'le promt ry note of ihe purchasers. with good freehold . urety, bearuif interest from date, and cayable without relief lr valaatiou laws. LEVI A. HAHDKTV, dec'tf-wtw I onm Miner. A DMIXISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL E I'ATE. Pursuant to an order of the Couil of (yoiuiu ui fleas oiitaiued at ths Jsuj rr Term of sai-l Couu. tne uu lersig ted, a imiiiis-r itor tfe bonis non of the estate of Charles K. VYnlieniiier, ueceisrd. will sell 011 the ii'liu d 1 of M reh, Icio, at pu .1 e aucii.m, 011 the ;r-.ni-es, th interrsi ot t in iO lecdei t in lot number forty one anj lortv iwo (N t. 41 V 4j) n Noble's ad.l a on I ine c it of ludl oiipo' I', upon the follOAiit terms, ti-writ: O .e-(o..r n t nc purehi-c rno i j ti Ik paid in hand, our-fox t v in ix inoutn, oue-f -ur h 1:1 1 w.'lve mouilis, and oii--.uilh m rlfhtee: months from tne diy of air, ;hj deferred payments 10 b:ar nre.e-i f.o n the da- ol sale a id he secured with good ami Sbiii le il euretv, waiving ircoir.e lo the ta -uatiou ur appiaisenirut laws of l i s ts:e J MINJ B SIUMPH. Ahn'r. Iud anap ilw, Jan 25 w4v HE N R Y J EN K I N s7SlU EL JEN KINS, Octree Askreil a'td Mary, hi wile, Gc Mieanr an j El zai'cth, li.s wile, lienjamii) Grove aid S uai Aun, hia wtfc, T nas H im tn and Catiiarn e, his wite, a d Harriet Hilton, v. K.ilph Jenkins and W.lii iin Je.iki'M. in the Mtrsi.i Cir. u.t Ctart, April Te.m, IS5i. P tiLiom n,r P rution. Be tt kn wn ihat 01 this llt'i d iv of 'a miry. 1S55 the aUive lUinrd plamtif lilni hi the offti e ol ihe C erk of aid Court, tiieir Pet Ii-mi firParmoii in the b tve entil ed caue. i -gilu r with 'he atHlavn of a coiupe icn and d.sinu rested person, that i-a.d defendants are 111 1 icS' ten's of ihe Stair of Indiana. S-od dciendan-s are, ihert fore, here .y ho .fij I t ihe 6.m at d pendenryr of aid Petiti u. an l that le-s t ey ap.vesr and answer r d.-nur o said cm plaoit at 1 he first a.liDf of said cau e .mi ih- ce nJ day f the next -enn of said Court. 10 if beitun a iJ held al fir Co in House in the euy of In 1 sn(Miiis. 011 tiie fitih M 1 - of Actl nrx, raid I'e it o , -nl tlic 111 it.er mid thi if s t irrem couianird, Will Ih- he.trd ai.d deierm.in d in l ir ab-eiice Ane t : W n. Stewart. Clerk. Btr our A Porter, Au'y f.;r Pl'ffs. j n 6.U I v l( 3w V0TICE TO HEIRS OF PETITION TO 1 v KI.Llt A I. K A1.. t ,ie of linl a ia. M.rwi C.iun y ; ..1 c s here- g ven i n. Jimi V, ke. A I nl is rat r of Sa n url Dune i!e s i f d has fi e 1 In P l.liti 1 10 ell ho Keal E late of li.e .irer. Cut. li s jers 011,, 1 e, 11 i sufficient . p ty m ilr-i.. ; an l tUst uld I cutio.i 1. i,e lira d hi f e ne t it-r 111 of In- Court ol I'oinin -it I'lt as, ,.f s Jl I Count) . 1 t-i : W M. S r K W A R T, janH-w-l r C.crk r. Minn f,i tTA I E OF INDIA N A, ALLEN COUNTY kJ S. lit) C0111111011 Pleas, Jairiary Term, 15 Och 1 ig Bird r. Ihe i.ntiiowiilieir'of Jeremiah Krown deceasi-d Complaint for le.!l. Pursuant to an orJi-r o said Court, notice of the (eiKlencyoftliCaboveentitlftlcau.se in said Court, is her by giveu o said di'f:iid:.iii. un.l that unle hey appear at the April I erm. IMj, ihereof, said cause will be heard ami determined iu their absence. Attest : J. 1. G. N 1 HON. lerk. ' : P. C. Allen Oi., hid. Csa Sr W ithbrs, Alt'; s for Pl'ffs. f.-l.3-H j 701IN F. PRIDE vs JOHN T. PRALL. J Amm liuieit 111 war 011 C n s I I' lurl. Ke p rrnieui r d ilia: ou tn a 2 th diy of January, A D I"5. th bImhc 11 .iikiI p aint 11 by F. I'.srn ir.l his nnor.ie . , hied n the ffice of li e Clerk f tne Mare 11 i;,r -tin 011 1 1, Ins t i:1 ol c.ttn,.! ii.ii, in 1 ,e al-ve eittuit d c iu c at,, il nid del'eiMlaii , an I 1.I-0 .11 ffi lavit itit s-it'l defen ti nt is 1.01 a itite.t of the Sta'e of Indiana. S d t I. 1 il mi J lo T. Piati : ilirtcfor Ion by 1 0:1- fied of h fi'ing a d pe nit ncy of -ai.l c n.pl.iint ainist h m and 'ii-1'. uiiie he ap,n r and plead to or aiit r or ta ir 1 s ml i-ompl .ini I 1 me call ng ol a J a use ,41 lie s, r.-n I t i l -r 1 x rm I -a d Court, to he tc. til aid h,t l,: m eCo ri lltHiar, 01 ihe. I'l.y of I. nil ta li -lis, oil he fifth Mon !,- 1,1 A r I nxt. ssi.l couu Uint and t:e matt r-tti.d the I'tine th rni c nlained will l; ...rj snd le er niurd 10 her ah.e M-r, Attest Win. I hWAKT.ffe-i. By Jno C. New, Dep. '.- in :m phospectus DAILY AND WKEKLY INDIANA TIMES (Successor U tke Indian State Sentinel.) JXO. C. 1VALKKR AND THOS. B. H0LC0JIBE, EDITOBS. rpiIE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY JL announce that t iey have purchased the Iidiaba Stt SisTiNtt., and w.ll commence, on the first day of March next the pulicalio 1 of it successor, ths la- DIIM TlKRS. Every ciierpy will be made subservient to the estab lis'tnienl of the Times nion an eminence where it may nieettlio exigencies of lie day, and rank, in feu era' I interest, vs-ond lo no other paer in th j w st Ihe editors will command facilities through which they may pr. sent the public w.th a complete com pendium or current events, re .derm g their Journsl truly a irrr tke age a. newspaper ,n the fullest souse of th : term. The Coliunenial Department embracing all matters pertaining tothema kels and monetary affairs, will receive attention commensurate with the importance of the mercantile, mechanical, a .d agricultural interests of the State. In tie iK-cisions of the Supreme i ourt, which will be 1 lib ished n a correct and reliable forsa, with the strictest regularity, will ba found a deside.-atam of no ordinary consequence to the Legal Profession. Noexp. use or exertion will be omitted In gnvingto the Literature of the Times the very highest character Througi the esj.ec.al and well directed care of the editors together with the rrgu'ar contributions of somt of the ablest literary w riter in the country, a feature i!l be presented m .king th.- Times a vvliume visitor al the family Ore-side ami in Ihe social cirel. In Politics, the Indiana Timet will, raarsc, b Democratic. Placing every reliance in justice and every coutidencu in Truth, we abandon all thai we arw lo the certainty of the oue, and all mat we hopo for lo the triumph of the other to the u III mate asccuseucy of the eternal principles IraustniUod by the trainers of our constitutional freedom aud the fathers of our national party. The Times will be the exponent of principles not the oranof cliques or individuals trusting oiudeserla alone lor the high position to which it aspires that of the or-an of the genuine, the truly (Treat and glorious Jeffersjuiau, Jacksonian Democracy of Indiana WALKED ft COTIOM, Proprietors. Tax : Tho Keel Is lmd,ana Times will be issued on a mammoth sheet, printed uo 1 new type, aud fur nished to single subscribers for f iperanuuia ; lo Clubs al Ihe follow ing rates : iE MI-ANN JAL REPORT OF TIIE J cm lioon of ihe Uercbsnis V Mechanic' Hank New Alnfiy. f r I't" ix month preceding tne first Monday of Januat y . I;i5. DK. Capital stoc. Bond arCouui f 50,000 U0 00 s Dis ante 1 10IOH!-6 K.II. of exciinnge 71,57'J f7 Am uii of the dent uu 3 to ihe as-ociitiou orhtik 12.TT9 17 I r in 1 u in on huud 50 Go d and .-nvi r Othrr ba. notes - Our bank cote J - NOTICE. HAVING THIS DAY SOLD hit entire tock of Pianos, Melodcons, Music and Musical Merchandise, to S. Brsisakd ft Co., of Cleveland. O., old and favorably known .Vusic Dealer and Publishers, who contemplat doinir.at my old st lid a General viusie Trade, holejale aud detail, I would most cheerfully recommend my Id and all new custom er to this firm, assuring them of good treatment and aatisfatto y prices. ALBERT E JONES, lndianap I us Feb'y 1st, 1655. fel IS 4 1 1 in, - So,".1? tl 49 320 (,4 Total . f feG.133 SI Amount of capital at fk int-ludtua ihatdepst. . iud wl.li the Auditor ol SI itr, tiJ in aerording ttlie provisions of ihe law 103,221 UO Am tunt out olio r b uias 10 moneyed cor iHir uion, or sociaiioits - - - 0 v-j so Amount due !',. tor 3i 7ftS tt A m ia.it ui 11. t M-ued - 4'JU'HOt A-n uiit ol J vi lendsde. I tied and m uie - 579 59 Hdi piyah e - 15 IMHI IMI Tune dcj-.te CC. ui.t .... 10,57 07 Cert li -sie of deposit . . - - JSH5N) .'utsj 12 i ft Nsmes of ti: t.ih e oi tin ua in ion or b ui : V A. PemU, President; T. II. IKw.Ca-hie'. Names of prese i stockholder number 116 fay of discoini : Mo. dty. D iys and hoars tti lor tue lr o. section of business, to wi: Prom 9 A. M. lo 4 P.M. STATK tF IX DIANA, FLnYD tJoU.NTV.SS : T. D Dew. l.e ng duly sworn, deiioses and says the he I the cashier ol sail ln. anl ih tue :o r( m nPHl of lie iransaciioi a and i-omliuon of .d bank, f'tr Ihe period tne rem iinntd. is If u r aid ctTicil, at- ordiiig 10 ihe best Of hi kiium IMtr ai.d I Her. I. I ven l.sD.rr. Swo n and subscribed before me, thi-V b d t f Jan l?jj. JU. II. sTtllSENhURG, u , foil Noi ry bitiic. JEMl-ANNUAL RETORT OF THEC0N- -3 DIIION of the Kentucky Sloe l'nn for the six months preceding the first .Monday of January, lr-55. Da. Capital stock bond a' cost - - 9 10.191 WI Notes discounted and bills ol exchange - ".wo u 1 Notes . f other banks - 5,135 00 Amount of the debts due to the association or bank from astern bankers ... 13,24b' In Western do ... 41 HU Amount due from sloe holders H.40 fa Value of personal property necessary t the transaction or busine-s .... (,;m ou Gobi, I0,.0i Ol Silver, 4'J 63 Total, - $ 1. 2,669 3J Amount of capital sloe's, including that dep si- tod with the Auditor r Mate, paid in tutor ding t the provisions of the Uw, - - Sj.OtsD 00 Amount due oilier banks, or moneyed rorjio- ralions, or associations, - - - - 3 Ut) Amount lue depositors, - SO ,560 4 Amount ot note, ills, or other evidences of d-ll. issued, less amount on hand - 34.53G IHI Amount of losses cb .rgo 1 upon profits - 1,197 11 Total. 8II2,W.9 59 Names of the officers of the association or bank: W. F. I'idgeon. Presidont: -t. K Jones. as!iier.S;itM Names of presei t st.c. holders : W 1 liatn .M. E 11, $J0.0tMi; W. K. PiJgcou, 5-0,10 ; B. h. Jones. Slu.ot t. Da sol discount: every dav, Su day, Christmas, No w Ye r and Thank iving excepted. Days and hours okmi lor t r transaction of business, to-wil: From :n o cloc. . M , lo 2 o c.oc; t . M. St te of Indiana, Fa holomew County,.": B iiiamin F. Jones, being duly sworn, deposes and says that he i the - u hie rof said Bank and thl the foiegoing report of the transactions and condition of tid bank, for tho period therein named, is true and cor rect according lo Hie besl ol nis now ieogeanu oenei. Subscribed aud sworu to before me, litis ld day of January, 1355. Willi. Sirolktom. CE MI-ANNUAL REPORT OF THE lO G .million of the Penvsvilie bauk, for the aix mon hs preceding Hie first Monday of Jauuar, l-JJ-na. Capital stock, 10.000 (10 Notes discounted 5.IKI9 44 RuitoltMiirKs. ...... V.5HI 3j Notes of other banks. old. Ailver - " ToUl, ....... ii. Amount f capital slock, including that de posited w ith the Auditor of Slate, paid iu according to the provisions of the law Amount i ue depositors - - - -Amount of not s, bills, or other evidences 1 f de t, issued .... 1,3.-5 50 iita :o fi Cd f 19,147 70 t'O.otm no 1,4 541 10,01 SJ CO Total Sl94 60 Names of the officers of the association or bank : A P. Andrews, President ; . J. Allen, Caslner. Names of prese. t stockholders : A. P. Audews, W. J. Allen. D st.f ills'-!. ant : all days except San lays, Christmas, New Year, and 4th of Ju y. Days and hours open for the transaction of business, lo wit: from leu o'cloci, . M., to three o'clock, P. M. Mate of Indiana, Yerini lion county, ss.: William J A en, being duly sworn, deposes and says bat he is the l asbirr of said bank, anil that the foregoing retort of the transactions and condition of said bans, for the period therein named, is true and correct, according to the best or his knowledge and belief. W. J. A LLEN, Cashier. Sworn and subscribed before me thi lTlhday of Janu ary, 155. Groaoa II. McNaiLt. 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HEAL ESTATE AND STOCK OFFICE -M K' RNWA MAY W4.1i.uton L, adjoining Palmer lloue, litdi.inooa r. loCiiapM., aud tscnu, 1. iivc 00 v eicere.l un tnelT Iko. mttre taau TWO MII.LIUVS FIVE IICNDKED MltUSANO 1 ll.l.tlts oriti 1 K -at E-tKie. lor sale .111 rowirni. st . lli. a irr amouiti ot K Al I.KO A Daod tlTlll C Sftlflis ant) rtillK Wr cau oflrr man) 6rM . bargMi, We kti Lii .iue ant! Insi -r riir; also, taa rant lot-, iitt.-i 711 lar its nu ul.r r of h.ie Mm, e.i-,-1 ing . a w. mils, (r.si.niill ard 'aeiwrio ol digerrut km lr Fo, ,artii--ti:-r. 1 alt a: oat .ilfirt. TO fUl,OHAStRi. Per. ins isiHtr u ,iurehr Pmprrty would do w lit give a a -all Wr would have 11 an tcrttood thai price aud term-are uo tcte-tyd We are always ready 10 receive proMMi n Hik:ii( n.. clmrr e-arainat ciitosw ers, or pera his w iishinr lo look al property Ve alford atnele aec .ooii.td.ttt.oi lit thoae wloi oesiir to rinanic proper with new of purchaib. wnhoai rsprnete thriu. whet within a rensonaltlt dislaurr irosu thr CUV. TO THE PUBLIC. Persons w shmg to renlire cask for their progeny would do wrli lo eail on a; whea not conveiiM-nl in call, th'-r ran sen l us a .le. ri.iH'U of their 1 rooeiiy us im-roveitie.ili-. o-CKtioii. slot tne pro r ol the vaiur. Hur rate- ol coninii-aioii f. srliui Kcai Eclair are asfollows: Al sale Iroiu $ asu to tl tutu melasivr, will l laird 4 ceil. - ointnil.iit; as the vaiae ol the prop, erty advnucr a:ove ll.tsli the ra e per rent. Wol decrease in the folio a-ing ratio: Prom (JisKI t, g I .. t 1 C rent., trom 5I itai iu $5 o 0 I l, rrui ; (rsa $5.iant to 7 il . al I j f cent.; flora $7,000 It $'.(M) al 1 t em ; iiiMi ami a inara greater a the sun my I, a w it not lie le I iu U'te p r Cent., astd all Sams as aUtve int ntitoo-d going aoove S3,0on Will fra t B t rnt. chart ed on fir-t $ 1 lam. On the sates 01 all propert), while in oyr hands, com mission is rhsrgad. n ale.no eommiion or charge whatever Notice of intention to withdraw prupt-ifrom our books, is required two weeks previous 10 w nhdiawal, to cnatne a lo ebwe up any proposed trade. Oar sale are brisk, and have a moan ted 10 tJO.000 in one week. Suanaer visiting oaretty. aave every advantage odered them for selecting the most desirable bargains, and per sons bavin Lands, Lots and Houses for ale, wri bo benefitted ty the exiraordinnry facilities offered t. par. chaer at our other. CAII property entered in our IKee fr iw umi after the first dy of Aast tnt., will adner 10 th at Hire rales. All atered brltac that tisae will ad acre 101M old rates of comniis. ion. McKER.N AN A MAY. Saceor 10 Chapman Mckeinan, Wastincton at., adjoining Palm or lloussi, Indianapolis, itauclft Awtf . NE THOUSAND STEEL PLOWS. The largcat a-.rm nt ever offer, d 'or svle tat 1st di na. Rruond, K. beru Ac Co'. I'elt breled Cmciit mil St-e. l o",ll izvs right aud left hande 1 with and w. tho it C it e a, are warranted to rn lighter and scour better lhn any other Plws made in We t. Thonsands of Farm rs who have breo ng them aur ng he lasi eight vesrs, will crrjiy to tneir raperiortty cva a I o'he a. Als. , Ksrmof (, Rolsrrti A OVs, Patent Mediara Steel Plow-. They chl euge the world 10 produce a te.tier runn ng I' o. Kelitiiind Strrl Plows S. II on icy Co'a. Rich mond SteH Plows Tbey were awarded the hrt pre mitfiu at thj Wayne I'oanly Fair, over all c otapeli'urs. At-o, ihaTwt nty D Ur (silver Cu tor grnriai pur p.-se. over Ih-ard. sinrx ia Da- n's Empire P. w. by the In iijni SUt: Agra a ural S anely, at the I'lowmj Msn h hed at Ma!in last fell Parmer, S 11 roav A o, make the best Rn ksnonl St'rl I low, coniw-iein judges ra O.lry .hm an I sat isfy y.ursehe ih tt iai t T he ah .e P...v aie wa'ra t I i giv Llt'ett Ipctioi , if not, ti e m.Miey will be iclai dj , at d wi I ba ro d at ManufWi-'ure.' pticral the e d lau', tgn of the Hed nil. Wad I tg on S reet, (ndiauspnii, bf jsii3IJvVwim Tlh iS. KUIT. Agent I II PORTA NT TO M I LLEUS AND STOCK X KAlsE IS The undersigned has prorard Letters Paeui, Dec 5.. 1-54, for a new and vaiuabic m.ale of Si cl in .111. G iiido-a Ear Corn, and Family Mral.o the ante Mill St.ie, wnU'itt lae aid of I ton Mce' il.o wke woik Icing performed by the Sunrs tlcsr selves; tusliieuki ie-peclfu'il 11 v.le lh al ci I on of 1 lie p te. Thi Improvement f-w grinding ear e ra an4 f undy meal, ran le a polled 10 mill now ut opeia'.io, al a C"m,tirs'ivrly ma I ex peu-e The ol.owiii; grntlrmeii, wdi many others, are osu.g thi- .i pieiii in: KiriiiHi-L T Thusiln. Lstui-vill. Ky; Hale, Mtsor 01 Ha le), huiiiiapM. hid; C wfd A 1 ong itHker. Gr e find, hid ; G o Gille-pir, Hagr..twn. Ind; T He A HudiM tn. Im, ton. II, J .hn E. Sitoupe, rprmg aeld, J- M Gltoer, Wrt Liberty, ho. ,N K. IVrssm w i-hti.g Mi 1 hard 11 ihi olan, or to purchie R ghl of TrrTiiory, will refele pn si I m ten 100. I y al ite-so g E. II me, A r.ei.1 Catoia' House, la ta a on hid. H. K. 21 1 LI. Est, ja.4-w4 Pa mice. CEMI-. NNUAL REPORT OF THE O condition of Ihe Laurel Hank. Laurel, Franklin 10 , for Ihe six mouths preceding January 1st, Jeii: na. Capi sl S nrk Notes D co isirtl.... .... II lis 01 Er.ebts.ee - - - -Kem nsnees - - - -Notes of other B.nks -Afiouitl dar f,e As.-i'lior or Bsnk Amount due from wiockho ders Yalieol 1'ers.Miai pro, ty, lurmure, Ire Gold Sdvrr Note of lilts bauk ou baud T.ial f 56, 00 U I tS l I In s4 4J 1 t7U s 3 3l tm S,ui 50 a ml t :9I iw 7 o bO 45 S7t3 0u Amount of captUl alock. inciad ng tWat da dosited wua Auditor ol S ate, paid in according to the provi-ion of the law aH.0" On Amount daetieiioi '.. 1353 99 Aiiiouul ol bills or oiher evidence of Utbt M (Ued .S000(H Ameuiitol losses charged upon caplttl - . . lrl 5J ii ORE BOOKS AT STEWART & BOW EN'S Kuth Hall, (-id large supply) Uarnuin, do do uo Ida May, do do do Bavard Tsvlor's laleste the Lands of tho Ea acen. Jan4 Total ltU355 Amount which the cspitat of the aid a-aoci-aiion or bank l ot bra merrased da r.ng the pte- .tins x miMith, if any M,00 00 Nme f u e fBcrr of the aM-iaiKa bank : W. N'. Doughty. Pre-id-nt; J. W. Kwmg, Cah er. Names of picstnt stoi.kbo'.e'e.s ; W. Nj Doafhty, J. XV. Ewine 'Day of D.Httinti Mnttiay, Tneslar, Vcdneday( Tnttr-day, t riday, SaiarJay. Door open for ti.o tran-aeiion of ttaires, t-wit: From 9 o rtock A. M , to 12 o'clock M frosn 1 o'clock I' M t oViors P M. STsTE OF INDIANA. FRANKU.NCOUNTr.8S. John W. Kwitig. of Laaral na oamgda y , de por a... I says he I the CashiOr ofaass bank, and tnai tue lorrgoing report of tue it an li.s and co id. lion )f a nd bank for the pe.iod therein asmed. Is true and cor rect, nccorJtKg to the beat of hi kaowiadgc and be- Uct W. 5. DOUGHTY, Prasidmt. Sworn and t obscrtbed before , ihia 51b ca of Jan fy' 5' IBAAC CLF.ME5Tt J. P. NOTICE TO HEIRS OF PETITION to aeil real estate. state of Ind.. Marion Co.. E5. Ntiee 1 hereby given that James fsrkrr, Adsain. alia tor ds bonis non of ihe esla c of John Gavin decesw d, has hied his petition 10 sell tae real estate of thi dece dent, his petso iai brine msafnCicnt to pay sua debts: and that o pttitioa will be bard at the next term of the Court .f Conmoo Pl. ot d eoar.ty. Atte.t: WJI. STEWART, Clerk, janSJ-dliwTW CC P . Marlon Ca DMINISTRATOR'S SALE. WILL te sol I on SatnrJav. Jaidbrr S7ih mat. Let ween be hoar of 10 and It A. M , one Sorrel Hor A ere hi of Nine M. in ths will be given on noto with approved secar ty, with tnleresi. y JOHN CARLISLE. Adraimat'ator of t bo eaiato oi Daa'l. Carlisle, dea'd UDED VOO tli. Aatt'cr. Ja4w4w 1 I .