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To Codhtit Orriucs. We have for sale a sufficient amoant of partly worn type to nt out any small Job o3c, which we will dispose of at low rates, on Imme diate application. We hare also presses for tale. THURSDAY MORNING. DEC. 2o, 135CJ OaVESJTOX'S MESSAGE. We stall put this docnmeDt in typg at the earliest moment after its delivery, and shall therefore bo able to furniah promptly to such of our country exchanges as may order from us extra containing it, in any quantity. Or ders forwardel iiaiaediataly will receive the first attention. 200 copies for $3.00; $1.50 per hundred for tara thaa 200 copies. Addro&s publishers of Stat Sentinel. Hjnatary. The following communication, upon th re cent Dink exciteme-t, Las been handed to ua by a friend, for publication. Of the justice and appropriateness cf ike points made, each reader must judge for himself. - Humors hare been afloat for several days prejadicial to the Warren County Bank, Perm.; Erie City Bank, Fenn.;Eank of New castle, Penn.; Rhode Island Central Bank ; the Exchange Bank at Bangor, Maine; Hart ford County and Hartford Banks; and on Monday the Banks of this city threw out the issues of those institutions. The result waa a panic among the holders cf those bills, and the Bink of the Capital reliaved them of their alarm at fire per cent, share. We were una- - . . t IV bl to traoa tcwe "rcraors' to any rer.awe source, and our E r.trm exchanges contained nothing which aroii. . ' :-..y the suspicions set afloat. Under these circumstances we thought - it unwiiv by a publication of mere rumors, to discredit the character of Bank whose paper was in circulation in this section to a consid erable amount. It could have no good effect certainly, and the result of tho publication of these rumors by other paper was, to give a sort of authority to them which created un necessary alarm. It induced the laborin; man, the mechanic, the trader, and all parties to part with this currency at a shave and our ' Bankers laa.gb.ed in their sleeves at tne rich harvest it waa bringing them. We have no sympathy for Banks, but we cannot see the propriety of newspapers discrediting their issues unj ustly and unnecessarily, to the dis advaniaja of the public. Private specula tion may be the motive, we can conceive of no other. We should like to see the Con stitutional Currency, .gold and silver, displace all the small bank notes in circulation, but this era we do not expect to witness until some general commercial revulsion bursts the paper bubble and forces it upon the country. The N. Y. Tribune of Saturday last, states that the Exchange Bank of Bangor, Maine bad been thrown out by the Suffolk Bank, of Boston and it was rumored that some parties at the West had purchased it. The Suffolk u the redeeming agent of all the' New Eng land Banks and its being thrown out is unfa vorable to the credit of the Exchange Bank, although no evidence of its failure. f For the SentineL Thx C&usads Agaisst tub Basks. Some extremely wise financier has the follow ing in the commercial column of the Journal this morning as a communication : LiDLAXAroLia, Dec. 22. Editors Jockjtal : I notice in your mone tary colamn that vyre interested party speaks ;cf rumor being afjai i relation to Hartford 'County Bank ad ds:tford Bank. Any per 8C3 with, a thimble fell of brains would not EUJpect the Harrfori Banks ; and to classify tha-n with anch concerns as the Rhode Island Central and Erie City, is ridiculous in the . extreme. Has thTs community forgot the losses on the "Valley Bank4" at JJagerstown, Mirylani? . A frierd to good Banks is quite adroit in placing Rhode Island Central and Erie City in such good company. The ear-marks of the above are unmis takable. Its author is one of a few that are left of the wonderful genius's of a fast reced. ing generation. He has mora than a "thimble fall of brains," no doubt an ceertainl y more than a bucket fall of impudence. But there is none wise as he,and be thinks no one oth er than himself has any right to have any opinion of money, Banks or business. He comes down on those'eoncerna', the Erie City and R. L Central, with, bis fiat of doom. He has probably forgot a certain " concern M nearer borne, that, a few years ago, suspend ed specie ' payment?, and drove its credit ors to rely on its promises a year or two, or get Eething. There is "snobbisni" In Banks, as well as other places, it seems. fjT During tfcs pendency -of the late can rasa for Congress i . ii.n. Second Congression al District some vr '- 'ere things were said by the party pr-' both sides ia ref erence to the candidates for Congress. It will be remembered that during the canvass we copied into the Ledger certain statements made by iviessra. iryani ana Lnca:eii,oi Cin cinnati, in relation to the antecedents of John 1L. Wilson. At that time we bad seen no re butting evidence teadiDg to show Mr. Wilson inaocect of tha cbarzes so made. We deem it but justice, howaver, to say that a friend of Mr. Wilson has shown U3 certain aaidavits and depositions in his defence, which seem to indicate that, so far as the aforesa id publication waa concerned, injustice was dona him. Wishinz to deal fairly and frankly with all parties, we cheerfully make this statement and would publish Mr. Wilson's evidence but fbrits great length. lieto Albany Ledger. We cbeerfally copy the above and would have done so some days since, had it not es caped our attention. We had no persona knowledge of the charges alluded to against Mr. Wilson and republished them on the au thority of others. As the Ledger is satisfied that injustice has been done to that gentle man ia their publication, we take great plea- en ra In dolnz all in our power to set him right before the public. QCj" The Sentinel says that we stated that Gov. Wright had appointed senators w ood and Crane on a commission to examine the Ohio Penitentiary and report to the next In diana Legislature, and then coolly sits tha we M lie." To show how near it comes to the truth we have only to say that we never - atAtAti an v thins of the kind. Liet the Send nel try again.--JcTirna. We will. There is an axiom that the re ceiver of stolen goods is as bad as the thief. And the individual who will wilfully circu late a slander is no better than the originator. Bj publishing slanders the Journal endorses and becomes responsible for them. It has published two article from other papers. chargin? ' Governor Wright with having appointed Senators Wood and Crane on a commission to examine the Ohio Pea itentiaxy for ulterior, selfish, political pur poses, and after giving the falsehood a circu lation. and knowing it to be such no sue appointment having been made orcontempla ted the editors of the Journal have not th manliness and honesty to say it is wholly un true. If the Journal can appreciate its posi tion, we will submit to it whether we have not made oat our case. Prospectus of the Indiana State Sentinel tot 1857. The proprietors of this establishment deem it almost unnecessary to urjo upn the Dem ocracy of the State, the importance of largely increasing the circulation of thu Ssstin.l. A faithful and candid exposition of Demo cratic principles and policy is all that is ne cessary to secure their continued ascendancy in the minds of the people and this can be best accomplished through the medium of the press. And to make success easy in the future, our people should bo thoroughly in formed and receive correct impressions upon all the party issues and public questions of the day. As it has been in the past, this will be the continued object of the Sen tinel and to the faithful accomplishment of this duty, its proprietors will give all their ability, energy and zeal. In return we shall ask of the Democracy of the State a liberal and hearty support. In -Vlng us a service personally, they will tt the same time have the satisfaction of knowing that they will sow broad-cast sound princi ples and just sentiments. We hope that every Democrat will feel it his duty to bo a soliciting agent in his own neighborhood, for in no way can he accomplish greater good than in the circulation of a paper true to his faith. The Senlinil should have a circula tion in the State of Fimr Thousand, and it can be accomplished if the Democracy of the State will it. With a little effort on the part of our friends, this number of subscribers can ba obtained in the next thirty days. As the Central Org m of the party we snail know no men, interests or cliques! and it shall be our aim to do equal and exact justice to all. Oar daty is to be the advocate and ex ponent of the principles and measures of the party, and whoever they shall select a3 its Representative Men, to give them an' ener getic and cordial support. The administration of Mr. Buciiakan will soon bo inaugurated. Every Democrat should be interested to know the sentiments and pol icy of the uak of his choce. Congress is in sesbion and the people should keep in formed of the doing of their servants. The Legislature of this State will assemble on tho 7th cf January, and every citizen of the commonwealth should watch, with an anxious eye, all that concerns our State in terests. The Sentinel will contain full re ports upon all theseitopics,motives enough we think to induce every man to take our paper. In addition we shall keep our readers inform ed upon all the current news of the day, do mestic and foreign. We will give fall reports of the markets, and all interesting commer cial and monetary matters. We will give each week a fall report of the N. Y. Cattle market. In a word we shall endeavor to give our pa per an interest to the Tradesman, the Me chanic, the Laborer, to all classes and profes sions. Advertisers are especially invited to the great advantages the Senttnil offers as an advertising medium. Its extended circu lation reaches all portions of the Stato and all classes of the community, giving the ad vantage of not only a large local, but general circulation. We again ask our friends to aid in extending tho circulation of both our DaiLTand Weekly paper. Having no soliciting agents, we shall have to depend entirely upon their good will and efforts, which we trust they will gener ously manifest in good works, and which we prorata to repay in every effort to give the Seottcel valae and influence. We are prepared to print all kind of Blanks for County Officer's use, and furnish any offi cial Books of Record they may need. We hope to receive orders for this kind of work. The Book and Job office of the Sentinel is equal to any in the West, and we are pre pared to do any work in that line on the most favorable terms. TERMS. Daily FimnL,wiLh full Legislative, Telegraph and Market Reports, will be tent by mail at SO per annum or 50 cents a mooib. Wikxlt Setiksl: One copy, one ys&r . 1 1 50 Ten copies, osa year, and one to the getter op r ('tub 15 00 Twenty copies, one year, to one adJress 20 oo Thirty-live eopie,one year, to one add teas, and one to 4wr ep 01 -iai.... .................. .-..- w ifty eeplps, one year, tn one address, and two to ua getter op or Club 50 CO TTT In Clubs of ten tbe name of each subscriber will be writtea on hi paper, but ia Cluba above that num ber, or where the papers are sent lor one aoiiar each, no name wU be written on the papers, but the ektixe Curs sent to out reason tor bun to distribute. Thia the iurariable practice of all paper endinf oat Club at cheap rates, and cannot be departed from in any particular. Address, Proprietors Sentinel, Indianapolis, Ind. Q3r Coal is selling at 50 cents a bushel al Cincinnati and lladison. C0"The Tort Wayne Sentinel is backed up by the State Sentinel in m proposition to in crease the salaries of tbe Governor and J udg es of thi3 State. The salaries of the latter ouzht to be increased. We care nothing about the former. Ftncennes Gazette. Will the Gazette inform us why it is in fa vor of increasing tbe salaries of the Judges, whilst it is indifferent as to the salary of the Governor? Does the Gazette advocate an ncreasa upon principle or upon personal con- tiler ationtt Iftheformer.it cannot consis tently make the distinction it does between the two ofiice8. This is one of those ..ques tions into the consideration of which the par, ty attachments and associations of the incum bent should not be permitted to enter. Were the Executive Chair of oar Stato filled by a political opponent, we should be just as ready to advocato an increase of salary as now are. The only question with us is, is the sal ary at present allowed by law, 1J33 than it should be? Satisfied on this point we would not look beyond and ask what particular man is to be benefited by the increase, or to what political party be belongs. We believe that neither our Govemcr nor Judges receive what can bo called even a fair compensation for their services. This is not justice, and we doubt very, much if it can be called "economy" in any sense of the word. It may be Btingineja ; BtlDJlIlCSS does not always put money in one's purse, nor keep it there after it is in. Such a policy is generally more expensive, in the long ran, than a- wise and judicious liberality at the commencement. It is like saving at the spigot and wasting at the bung. Salaries should be so graduated as to not leave the office to go begging for talent. If the income is so disproportion ed to the outgoes that none but men of ample fortunes can afford to fill it, it should be no cause of surprise that the incumbent shall sometimes ba cither knave or fooL. We have reason to believe that no man can fill the office of Governor of this State with that degree of libeiality, dignity and self-respect which his position absolutely d liiiuica, wuuuufc iuu.iiig ueyona un salary, as fixed by to enable him to do it. And this, we say again, is all wrong. When the editor of the Vincecnea Gazette, therefore, says ho cares nothing about the salary of Governor, but wishes to see that of the Judges increased, we are inclined to think he has given vent to a little personal or party feeling that he would willingly recall upon more mature deliberation. The Gazette may, some day, perhaps, see some good Black Bcpublican installed as Governor o the "Old lloosier State," to whom the in crease of salary now proposed would be by no means unacceptable. Ct;iU!IO.AL. Washington, Dec. 22. SENATE. -The Senate took up the bill providingfor the construction of a steam rev enue cutter for the port of No York. Con siderable discussion ensusd. A long and interesting debate took plaee on the House Steam Revenue Cutter bill, which passed, tftcr being amended by strik ing out so much aj designated, that it shall be stationed at the port of New York. This bill was regarded by some Senators as estab lishing steam cutters as a general system, and tho bill was supported by ono side of the House and opposed by the other accordingly. Ross's motion to refer so much of the President's Messno as relates to foreign af fairs to the committee on that subject, being under consideration, Mr. Brown replied to the speeches of Messrs. Wilson, Stewart, and other repressntatives1, remarking that tha de fiant and bold air assumed by them previous to the Presidential election had greatly chang ed since that time. They , had Tauntingly predicted what they would do in the event of buccc6s, but they anxiously declaim against any connection or affiliation with the Garri son extremists, whose assistance they had sought. They intimated that when the prop er timo came, they intended to make an on set upon the institution of slavery in the States ; but now they utterly disavow such intention. "' . These gent!emen, he strongly suspected, had found themselves, even at the North, in advance of public sentiment, had beou forced to fall back upon mora tenable grounds. During this exhibition in the Senate, other and cot less remarkable had been made else where. Polit'ciaos of the ultra stamp had been somewhat changing theirtone. Itseem ed to be the programme of the Republicans, that tbe camps of tho two wings of that party should be within sight cf each other for the next four years, and their standards so near ly alike, that a eoldier fighting under one and going over to the other, would .not render himself liable to the charge of deseition. I he Senator from New York (Mr. Seward,) bad made him a present of his speeches, pub lished at Redfield, uulike his friend from Tennessee, (Mr. Jones,) he meant to take them to Mississippi, to exhibit to his consti- tnents how much venom against them, their rights and their interests, had been comprised within the limit of a volume like that which he held in his hand. He read extracts there from to show that Mr. Seward believed tn a higher law than the Constitution,' and had said in addressing a Northern audience, that slavery can and must be abolished, and that you and I must and can do it. Mr. Brown further read a letter from Mr. Wilson to Wendell Phillips, to show that the desire waa expressed that they might co operate for the emancipation of the slaves and to break the dominion of the master. Mr. Wilson explained that he desired Mr. Phillips to come on his platform and it was not his intention to go on to that of Mr. Phil lips. Mr. Brown remarked that he had been assured, on good authority, that Mr. Wilson had recently, at a hotel in Washington, ex pressed the opinion that the slaves were jus tified in rising and murdering their masters, and he would not advise them not to do it. Mr. Wilson denied that ha ever, on anv oc- ! casion, had such a thought or expressed such an idea. Mr. Brown rejoined that ho had it in writing from a gentleman of high respect ability, and who would give him the names of other witnesses testifying to the same thing, lie would not now raise a question of veracity with Mr. Wilson, but would give him tbe proof on which he based bis state ment, either now or in private, if he desired. The pending motion was then agreed to and tho other parts of the President's Message were appropriately referred. The Senate then adjourned. ' House. The House, under a suspension of the rules, took ap and adopted a resolution offered by Mr.Washburne, of Maine, on Mon day last, calling on the President to commu nicate to the ilousi the amount of money paid, and liabilities incurred for pay and sup port of the persons called into the service of tha United States, either under tho designa tion of militia in Kansas, or as posse comita tus by the civil authorities of the territory since the data of its establishment, and for witnesses and the arrest, detention and trial of persons charged with treason against the United States, or with the violation of the so called laws of Kansas. Father Waldo was re-elected Chaplain. Sixteen others voted for Father Donn, a Jes uit of St. Louis. He was supported by Mor rison and Kelly, and Antoinette Blackwell by Mott and Spinner. Mr. Clingman, under a suspension of the rules, introduced a bill explanatory of the res olutions authorizing the President to confer the title of Lieut. General by Brevet. The object was to place General Scott upon the same footing as Washington was under the law of '93. If Scott had been the subject of a foreign government, a large donation of money would have been made, as a compli ment to bis eminent services; but Cliogman had no such design. It was well known that the Attorney General and the Secretary of ar entertained different opinions as to the amount of tax that Scott was entitled to, and that a sum adjudged proper by the Secretary of War was allowed. He did not, however, undertake to say that that decision was wrong, or that the Secretary was actuated by other than proper motives. It was a mere matter of construction. In reply to a question by Carlisle, Cling man said that Scott had received about three thousand dollars, and should this bill be passed, he would receive about twenty thousand for nine or ten years back. Tho biil gives what Washington would have received under the law of '08, nothing more, and the amount to which Attorney General Cushing says he is entitled. The bill passed. Humphrey Marshall moved a euspen3ion BUSINESS NOTICES. HOLM AN! DRY GOODS, NO. 3 ODD FELLOW'S HALL. dec3-tilmo. Zy Sore about the mouth or now are exceedingly troublesome. A few applications of Palmer's Cosmet ic Lotion will core them effectually, as well as every dinease of the skin. deciO-d&wlw. (ttr ROMAN EYE BALSAM. This la truly an laraluable dlscoTery for tbe prevention and cure of DUeases of the syes Inflaramed Eye II. In, pa'n from particles of dust, weakness and many other die. ireaslDf symptoms are speedily cared by tt when ap plied in due season. Here are few persons who do not at some period of their lives suffer from Inflammed eyes. To all persons it Is important to know that so safe and certain remedy can always be had. Prepared and sold by A. B. A D. SANDS, Druggists, 100 Fulton Street, Jfew York. Sold also by R. BKOWXIXG.Indianapolii, Indiana, and by Druggists generally. docS3d-d4wlw. Or PERSONS OP SEDENTARY 1IAB iis,whoare gone rally affected with Vertigo, Langor and Exhaustion, 5ansea and Headache have In Boer have's Holland Bitters a grateful remedy. It gives strength and energy to the system, at'.mulates the di gestive organs, and correct aclJUy of the stomach. BCERHAVES HOLLAND BITTERS are an Inral nable remedy in all cases of dyspeptia. They impart a strong, healthy tone to the stomach! ana are the best renovators of the system generally. Beware of Impo sitions. Ci 4r Bulletin. deel? -ddc wl w. To Wholesale Akd Cormar DauooisTs. Banrsdt Paaa, So. 504 'Broadway, 5. Y., invite theatUntlon ol close buyers totnelr immense stock of European and American Patent Medicines. The Most complete assortment in either he misphero, at and below proprietors' prices, by the dozen, pack age, or 100 gross. BAKNES U PARK, 5. Y., Clncinnatlaud California. novll-3m-dkw. A. G. K. THE GREAT ENGLISH EEilEDY. SIR JAMES CLARKE'S CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS. PREPARED from f prescription of Sir James Clarke M. D., Physician Extraordinary to the Queen. This invaluaUo Medicine Is unfailing in the cote of all those p&infuland dangerous diseases Ineldant to the female constitution. It moderates all excess, removes all obstructions, and brings on tha monthly period with regularity. Thes Pills should be used two or three weeks previous to con Bnement; they fortify the constitution, and lessen the suffering during labor, enabling the mother to perform her duties with safety to herself and ehUd. Tit' I Pi!U $kli Ml (tin ? during tk FIRST THREE MONTHS JrVaey,a thf mrt are ( bring JHiierriag$ ,at al ssf thtr txmi th arss. In all cases of Nervonsand Spinal, Affections, pain In the Back and Limbs, Heaviness, Patigns on Slight Exer tion, Palpitation of the Heart, Lowness tt Spirits, Hy-s tericks, Sick Headache, Whites and al.Jie painful dis eases occasioned by a disordered system, these Pills wit effect a cure when all other means have failed, and al though a powerful remedy, do not contain Iron, caloe mel, antimony, or any other mineral. - Full directions accompanying each package. Price the United States and Canada, One DoUar. Sole Agents for this ooniitry. - I. C. BALDWIN & CO., Kochestur ,N. Y. TUTTLE A. MOSES, Auburn. 5. Y., General Agents. N. B. tl and 8 postage stamps enclosed to any ai thorixed Agent, will insure a botUeof the Pills bj return malL For sale wholesale and retail by W. W. Roberts t Co I ndianapolls. and Druxriata generally. January 1st, 185C d&wly. laroRTairr ToFtMALts Da. Chsisikam's Puts. The combinations of ingredients In these Pills, Is the result of a long and extensive practice ; they are mild In their operation, and certain of restoring nature to its proper channel. In every instance have the PiUs proved successful. The Pills invariably open those ob structions to which females are liable, and bring tature into its proper channel, whereby health is restored, and the pale and deathly countenance changed to a healthy one. No female can enjoy good health unless she is regular; and whenever an obstruction takes place, whether from exposure, eolJ, or any other cause, the general health immediately begins to decline, and the want of such a remedy has been the cause of so many consumptions among young females. Headache, Pain In the Side, Palpitation of the Heart, Loathing of Food, and disturbed sleep, do most always arise from the In terruption of nature; and whenever that Is the case, the PUls will Invariably remedy all these erile. Nor ere they less spacious In the cure of Leucorrhcea, commonly called the " Whites.' These Pills ihould never be taken during pregnancy as they would be sure to cause a miscarriage. Warranted purely Vege table, and free from anything injurious to life or health. Full and explicit directions accompany each box. These Puis are put up In square, flat boxes. Persons residing where there U no agency established, by endo- ling One DoUartn a letter, prepaid, to Dr. C. L. CKsasBM&N, no. 867 Bieeker iV.,Kew YorkCltj.cin have them sent to their respective addresses by return Of mail. W. W. UOBEKTS. Wholesale and Retail Dealer for Indianapolis. Julyl7dkwl7 XO FAMILY, Can afford to be without the MatUng Liniment In their hous. The many accidents we are liable to. may reuder it necessary any moment and nothing Is capable of performing such a certain care. (Extract") M In lifting the ketUe ?rom the Are it caught and scalded my hand ana person very severely one hand almost to a crsp. The torture wai unbearable. It was an aw ftl siirht. ' The Mustang Unlmeat appeared to extract the pain almost immediately. It healed rapidly tnd loft da scar of account. CHAS. FOSTER, 430 Broad Street Philadelphia.' It la truly a wonderful article. It will cure any case of Swelling, Burns, Stiff Joints, ErupUons cr Rheumatism. For hones it should never be dis pensed with. One Dollar's worth of Mustang has fre quently saved a valuable bone. It cures Galds, Sprains, Ringbone, Spavin and Founders. Beware of imitations. Sold in aU parts of the habitable globe. BARNES ot PARK, Proprietors, New York. dec4-wlm of the rales to enable a bill, establishing a uniform rule of naturalization, be made the ppecial order for tho 14th of January. It was negatived 83 against 92 Adjourned. Hogs. Tho Cincinnati Gazette of yestar- day says : " Tho movements indicate a fur ther improvement. The receipts are mode rate, and it is not likely the week's receipts will much exceed 40,000 head, and they may not reach this figure. The receipts for the corresponding week last year wcro 46.57C. Sales were made to-day at $6.55 to 6.75. Extra haavy were in tome cases held at $7, and it was reported that $6.85 had been paid. Provisions are firm, and the demand con tin ues to improve. Tha Terra Haute Express says : Prices rane at S5.50 for hos from 150 to 200 lbs. ; $5.80 for 200 pounds and up wards, The Evansyille Enquirer says : The season for slaajhtcrinz is fast drawin to a close and the deficiency is greater than what waa at first anticipated. It will not, in number of hogs killed, be less than one- fourth, and in weight not less than one-third, as compared with last yenr. Prices are firm at $5.00 to $5.50. as out side rates, the latter quotation being for extra good nogs, go.Zo being the rate for a good lot, and Luyers readily obtained at that. ar Xegrm Inurrectton. Louisville. Dec 20. The Russelville Herald, of Wednesday last, says that insurrection excitement ex istain the neighborhood of Volrey and Gor, aensviiie. A number of negroes have been rested. A negro, belorginir to one of tbe iron works of TeLDessee, said he knew all abou tbe plot, but would die before he would tell. He received seven hundred and fifty lashes, and then died from tho effects of the puD'.shmer.t. At Cadiz, Trig; county, yesterday, a free negro wa hung alter being tried by the Vig nance tommutee. A number more are in jail, and some of teem will be hung. Judge Cook has called court for Christmas day. The excitement runs very high. Tibe in St. Lotjis. The soap and candle lactory or itiju Sc Drennz. St. Loun. was totally destroyed by fire on Friday night last. xjObs $1W,UW. u&3ured for $50,000. STATE LIBRARIAN. J. K, Bryant Is a candidate for rtie ofilce of Ktate Li brarian. nor2''-. TKLEGUA1MIIC MARKETS. ' NEW TOEiM ASSET. 5iw Yoaa, Dee. 23. The F'our market is unchanged ; sales of 12.000 bbls. at t M to as 60 for Saponins and tut. SO 65 to 6 60 for tiupernne Western, and $6 70 to 7 to tot extra ao., ana a sale of 200 bbls. Cs nadian at 13 40 to 7 75. Wheat is scares and nrmly held at prices abore the rlews of purchasers ; salesof 8,000 buth. white South ern at $1 77 to $1 80. Kve isqaletatB8e. Corn is dull and droop! ac; sales of IjOOO bush. Wes- tr rn mixed at 69 to ?2e. in store and dellveied. Oats steady at 4t to 50c. for State and Western. The Pork market is steady for mess, and heavy for prime, bales of 400 barrels ot fit to 19 63 for mess, and $1650 tot 17 50 tor prime. new is sieaay. Cut Meats are dull. Lard 1 unchanged 1 sales of S00 bbls. at tiau t 12. whisky taduu; silesor3Ubbls.atS9to3 0e. Coffee is active at 10 to 10 for Klo. Kugarisqalet. MoUasee firm. Freights steady. AGENT OF STATE Jjp Job M. Lord, the present Agent of Mate, Ua candidate fcr re-. lection to that position. UTr" V' 6 aie authorized to announce Vaxckl H. Bcsxirk, Esq.,r s a candidate for Agent of State. 3. BraN, Lilitor of the Ru.hville Jacksonian, is a candidal for Atjont of Stulo. TJj3 Dr. B. F. Mi'llkx, of Kipley, Is a candidate for Asroutof State. TT" We are authorized te announce Dr. Jomiths J. Barrett, as a candidate for the Chief Clerk of tbe House of Representative. TO THE MEMBERS OF THE NEXT GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF INDIANA. W are authorized to announce the name of Culvin F. Kooker, (an old liner, and previous to our M.ita elec tion, 8rcrtary ( Ute 44 Brcckenridge Rangers" and an ac'.ivo jounc in: uiber of the party,) as a cunJiJat for the office of principal Clerk of the House uf Representatives. CANAL TRUSTEE. ILf- mre authorized to announce Joan Fbazsr, of Orange County, asa candidate for Canal Trustee. .'.ec23-dlylt !C7 Jake M. Em mors, of Hendricks County is a candidate for Door-Keeperof the llou;e of Rcprescn- tatlres cf next Lilatur. A GOOD STOCK OF BLEACHED AMD B ft OWN MUSLINS, TICKINGS, CHECK AND SHIRTING STRIPES, PRINTS, ginghams and delaines, french" mer1n0es, -english merinoes, rich dress silks, embroideries, merino undershirts, LADIES do. VESTS, TABLE, BIRD3-EYE, AND COTTON DIAPER, RED, WHITE, YELLOW, AND OPERA FLANNELS, SHAWLS, AND A GENERAL VARIETY OF DRY GOODS la store and being sold daily at small profits by G.G. HOLMAX. dec3-d&w2w. So. 3, Odd Fellows' Hall. HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE FOR JANUARY THE AN COKTIKTS. DECLARATION OF 1NDEPEJT- I rated by Sixteen Kntrraviiiffs. SCKAPS FROM AT ARTIST'S NOTE BOOK. An Earthqcaki in UoxnrtAS. Illustrated byNlne Kngravtngs, TO MEDINA AND MECCA. By ar Amrricar. IIIuatrted by Eighteen Ensravluri. WHAT SASTA CLAUS BROUGHT ME. THE TENANT OF THE OLD BROWN HOUSE. AEE WK A HAPPY PEOPLE f A LOW MARBIAGE. By tho authoress of "Johx Halifax" AN INCIDENT IN THE LIFE OF A STATES M A T. STARLIGHT ON BETHLEHEM. MY OWN FUNERAL. THE NIGHT BEFORE THE WEDDING. LITTLE DORBIT. 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The Magazine weighs over seven and uot over eight Ounce. 1 L6 Postage upon each nnn.bAr, wbich must be paid quarterly in advance at tbe office where the Magazine is received, is Turcb Crt Each number cf the Magazine willconUia 141 octavo pages, In double columns, each yar thus comp'Uing nearly two thousand pajres or the choicest Miscella neous literature of the day. Kveryjnurnler will contain numerous Pictorial Illustrations, t'-curtU plates of the Fashions, a eopions Chronicle o Current Events, and impartial notices ol the Important doors or tae morin. Tbe Volumes commence with tho numbers for JUNE and TEC&MBER; but the subscriptions may com mence with any number. PUBLISHED BY HARPER & B MOTHERS. decSO-lwddtw. OINOIHNATI MARKET. Cucimati, Dee. SS. Flour The market li nncKanred. and Is doll with a limited demand. Tbe sales are conflned to tN brla. mt S 30; 3So do. at So 40 ; 3. io. at ti tii5, and 75 do. extra white Wheat, at 5 b'J. The receipts' ilnce Satnr dav were only 933 brla. Wmskv The demand ia active and prlees We. hith er, with sales of 700 brla. at KSe., and 410 from wagons at zj-c. Cheese Sales of2l0boieist lOV'c The market is uncnsngeti. (utter The market is dull and the demand Quite urn itcu. iaies ot oris, pnrr e kou at rce. nogs ine roar.et was verv Arm to-dav. and holders asked higher prices, but the weather was too cold for packing which curtailed expenses. The only sales we heard ofweresW, averaging 300 lbs. alts 75, and 300 do , averglng luo pounds at d 65. Holders at the close were asking 7 for hoavy hogs, and we under stood W 65 was offered and refused. Green Meat SaHs of 6,ouo Hams at 7V.. 1500 do. railroad delivered, 7'c: 1,000 Shoulders at 5JCi and 1(XX) sides at 37 LS-loo demand active. Wheat- - There is an active demand for Red Wheat at ft 1: White Is la good demand at S1 15 to 91 18. Sales ofuoo bush. Kd at CI 13, delivered. corn me market is buoyaut and plrces firm at 50. for01d,8Dd4S47c.for New. The receipts are very light, owing to both Canals being closed. Kye There is a good demand, and tue receipts sell quick at 8V. Sales cf 700 busba's at eOc. Barley The market for fall Barley continues Arm at tl 5jS1 ST. Spring Is In limited demand at $2 a. Oats The market la Arm at 4ic with a rood demand. Hay-STbe market is quiet at 918 for prime Timothy. Potatoes. The market continues firm at fall prices. Onions There is a fair demand, and prices are firm at $-4 s,A SO per brl. from store. Apples There Is a good demand at 93J4 per barrel. Pork-Sales of 70o brla. at 910 sa The market is buoyant and holders are generally . sking higher prices. Cooperage A sale of KK) Whisky bria. ar gl 8S. Rugar The demand continues good, and pries buoyant; holders. In many cases, asking an advance. Sales of C3 h-Js. fair at lOlOe. MoLtssesTh market is very Arm, with sales of 34 brls. new at 70e. Seed -A sale of 60 bushels Clover at $7. Market buoyant. Coffee The demand continues moderate at li HERRING & OTT, SUCCESSORS TO WOOD, COREY & WOOD, importers ana josoeri or rATVCY SILK GOUD3, UJBBONS. LACES, &C. S. W. Corner or Fourth and Market itreou, PHILADELPHIA, PA. THO. C. HERRING. r KANCld J. PIT. laugB-dAwly A RETIRED PHYSICIAN, WHOSE BANDS OF LIFE Haae nearly run out, discovered, whl e in the East in dies, a certain care for Consumption, Bronchitis, iougns, t ons ana general aeouity. 1 ni remedy was discovered by Mm, when his only child a daughter- wan given up to uie. niau'.nz to uo as inuen good as possible, he will send to suck of his afflicted fellow beings as request It, this recipe, with full directions for making np and successfully tuiog It. He requires each applicant to enclose him one shilling three cents to be returned ai postage on the recipe, and the remain der to be applied to the paymeut of this advertise, muni. Address DR. H. 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OUTLlXi: COMPOSITIONS ILLrTATTVB) or AMERICAN QIAKACTEK, MANNERS & CUSTOMS Compr'fcin thhty scenes from JndJ's novel of By FELIX O. C.DARLKY, mo aaeaavKD is toi riasT mti or abt, by Kohrad Hcvaa. LIST OF ILtUSTB ATI0XS. riate Subject. Plate. Subject. XY. Camp Mestlngln the Woods. XVI. The camp preach er. XVII. Retrospection XVIII. HrownMoll XtX. The conUst. ZX. Delhia Weeks. XXI.Thellt'sViajtBce XXII. Tony Washington XXIII. The Murder. JtAlV. Hou. xxY.TiieArreu XXVI. Deacon Kamsdlll. XJLVIL. Mursraret uinu wiih rympathy. XXVIII. Margaret. XXIX. The Partlnr. XHS.. I'arson Wells and ils WL'e. NOTICE is hereby given by mo, the underelerned, l)llt I Will Antk.4n.l lt.tr Ar .. I.C for sale at the late residence ofKIilah Man... tu.uu4 in Franklin Township, Marion County. Indiana, tho following property belonging to said doceased, to wit : Horses Catilo, Hogs, Sheep, Wheat, Corn and Hay; hmiAhAl.1 ttnrt kitchen fnrnltnr.. mn.l ...... ils, with many other articles too tedious to mention. i weivemontns credit win do given on all suras over three dollars -three dollars and under, cash In hand out any relief whatever from toe valuation law. Dec. in, lh56. KOBJhKT G. 8 WAIL. Administrator. doc$-w3w. BALTIMORE MARKET. Baltixobb, Dec. tZ. Flour has slightly declined, sales of 500 bbls.lHoward. Wheat unchanged. Fates of new and white Cora at II to Wlo. whiskyaa totwe. I DMIX!STRATOH. NOTICK-NoUco is hereby r" taat the uudenijroeil has been this dav id point d Administrator of tho cst&to of Elijah Jlann, Lite of Marion county, Indiana. All person having claims scriust said estate, will Die the same in the Clerk's Of- noo, ana those ludebted to tbe estate will please make imuieulate settlement. Said estato is supposed to be toivenu KUiSKrCl li. SVV A1I.S Adm'r dec25-w3w ADMIX ISTRATOK'S XOTlCE. The undersigned has this day been appointed Administrator on the ftate of Henry V. West, late of Marion County, Ind. All persons having claims agait st said estate, wtll Ond them la the Clerk's fflce, and those Indebted to the esttte will please mske Immediate settlement. I he estate is supposed to be insolvent. JOHN J. WRIGHT, Administrator. dec24-w3t. Xo.t7 West WashinftoaSt. SWISS COLL.AII9. ALARGBaseortinent tbis day received, at M. M. DUHX'S. SWAN'S DOWN, T7IOR trlramtrjg Dresses, dec, lust opened at J? A. B. WlLLARD Ot CO'S. I. Childhood, i II. re Vaster. I lit. Marraret annoyed by L.r brother. IV. Hajh. V. The Kee Hunt. . VI. Obed. VII. Magaret and Obed encounter the Mas ter in the woods. VIIL Chillion. IX. f hilllon played and they were biient. X. Pluck. XI. A glimpse at the WOllJ. XII. Martha Madcliae Giaborne. Xltl. Niuirods Humor. XIV. 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