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INDIANA STATE SENTNIEL:
TUE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF TUE STATE (färOßce on Illinois Streit, North of Washington. G. A. & J. P. CHAPMAN, Editors. QrThv State Sentinel will contain a.inucli larger amount of reading iinttcr, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. tiic simii-u cr.tiLY i:ditio Is publishetl every Wednesday and Saturday- and dur ing the session of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesday. Thursdays und Saturdays, at Four l)l lars a year, payable always in advance. the ivi:i:kly edition N publishetl every Thursday, at Tico Dollars a year, aiwayd to be paid in advance. in advance will pay for six months, will pay for three copies one year. Persons remitting .;10 in advance, free of post age, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly mm year. $'2 will nay fir six months. Al will nluays be charged for the Tri-Weekly, and .r0 cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times nt one dollar a .square of 8 lines, and be continued at the rate of 'St cents a siptarc for each additional in sertion. Quarterly advertisements, per square, AW advertisements from abroad must be accompanied by the rash ; or no attention will be paid to them. OCT" Pota go must k' paid. From the Baltimore Republican ami Argus Concert of the Aiticrico-Loafcro Society. It is a fact often observed that every thing has a certain mania attached to it, why or wherefore, lias never been decided. For instance, if we have had a hand of "Virginia Sercnaders" or "Real Conjros' in the city, you hear nothing for weeks, and sometimes months aficr, but "Dundy Jim," or "Old Dm Tuck er whistled and sung by every boy, white and black, in the city. If we have had a "Circus Company," why you sec a small chap standing on his head or hands against the side of every corner you pass; and if we have a "Theatrical Company," why you hear Shakspenrc spoken by big! and low, in every bar room you chance to drop; and so it is with every filing else that may be novel fr the time being. I-omc time since. Concerts were all the go, and of course, as a matter of necessary consequence, "IJel lini," "Hiyden," and "Handel' were in the Souths of .the multitude. There is in existence in this city, an association by the name of the "Americo-Loafero Society," com posed of men not remarkable for either energy, nidus try or temperance, tut who have a great deal of a certain kind of talent, which it is their wont to dis play in many ways, one of which we Will attempt to describe. A short time after the concert season was over, this club resolved to give a concert and engaged the large and comfortable hall of the "PopoJean" for that purpose. Iking polite and generous, they ex tended an invitation to a number of gentlemen to be present, ourselves among the rest, and knowing in our own minds we should enjoy ourselves to our heart's content, we were present on the occasion. The concert was led by Senor Snullle, assisted by the first musical talent in the country, such as Senora Squerk, Senors Rumtuddle and Trombone. We will give the pieces as recited and sung by the programme, which was prepared by the "Amenco-Loafeto Socie ty" themselves under the immediate chcrge. cf Senor Snullle. PAKT nrsT. Sjng "Some love to meet, in the crowded street, And spin a yarn so free, Duta cosey chair, away from the air, , And a life in the house for me." , Sung by Senor Snutlle, and received with the most rapturous applause. We heard a member remark, JJlow my h'cyes if taint superb, hyfoluling, tip-top, and can't be knocked under.' The next was the ballad, "Old Rack Ray." "Over ti e null-Jam' wooden rail, Many an hour I've whilcd away. Smelling the rich and perfumed gale. Which comes across the olJ Lack bay." Sung by Senor Snullle and Senora Squeak, and re ceived very well ; one old sentimental chap sung out, 'Them's my sentiments, oh ! it's so melicious." The whole association then sung, "The Rull Frog. Mud crakcr I swamp digger ! Dirt delver ! h still. See ! men with pickaxe , Descending the hill ! Then cease thy dull music, And hushed be thy cry, IIa ! reptile ho ! bull frg, They've doomed thee to dio !" This was illustrated with a few remarks connected with the incident on which the song is founded. At in close, the whole assembly arose and gave three cd several timed during the sinking of the piece, scv- j iremcnuous cto.iks, a in imu r i io'' i cral of the older frug stickers of the club, imitating . the teculiar dialect common to these denizens uf mill pondi and swamps, and more than once our ears were saluted with "turn 'cm out," "bloody-nuuus," "two-foot deep' "butter-u bu-hu," &,c. A "Cantata." "The Maniac" was next sung, a!- : tcr having been illustrated with the following re- mirks: "Some years since a gentleman of fortune : was induced to enter a fashionable hotel, by the soli-j citation of some friends, and imbibe the spirituous j compound. The more the unfortunate gontleman j poured down, the mora he desired, until the landlord : was finally obliged to refuse his application for drink, j lest he niicht become what is vulgarly called uitoxi- ; catcd, by the too frequent use of the sarin?. This occurrence gave rie to the fallowing stanzas : Stay, landlord, stay, anJ gie, I pray, Another glass of punch t j me, For oh, although I am not corned, Full well I know I soon shall be. He quits the bar he lxks the door Ah ! would this day had never dawned I cannot get another glass, .Hthoush not corned although not corned J" This was loudly encored, and appeared t tickle Ihe fancy of the majority of the assembly very much ; at nny rate, lucre ueiii aa lnionnisMou uoiore uu? kit t .. second part caine on, ail nanus auj.Mirneu to a restau-; ill I I I . . rant close oy, u na in.ir mh?wus, na rt-lvu their spirits. Ihe company soon assembled, and the concert proceeded. TART SECOND. Sonj, 'The Old India Rubber Siioe," sung by Senor Trombone, who prefaced it with tlie informa- ; tion that it had been sung in the preence t.f over three tJionsand blacks, who loudly encored it, and compelled him to repeat it. Wc have not time nor space to write it out, or we would do so, as it Could be highly interesting. Song "The .Dandalcon (Irccn," Wordi by the Iiird of Baltimore. 4Datnty flower with head of gold. Creeping oVr the cow-pastures old ; springing from a verdant nciou, A rare old plant is the dandalcon." A good piece, and well sung by the society. Cantati "Tue Drunken S.v," written expressly for Senor Snullle, by a mrrnhcr of the 'Ainerico Loafero Society ;" proof positive of the talent collect ed in one cranium. Senor Snullle prefaced it with the following remarks: "Never shall I f rgct the sensations I experienced upon looking on this unfortunate animal. They had been feeding him upon that inebriating article of food, rum -cherries and his truly melancholy situa tion filled the beholder with sentiments of solemnity nnd pity." The circumstance gave rise to the following can tata : And he staggered ahout thtt olden tye, Tbpi?it of rutn-cheiries dimtning hi eye, While the night wind whistled a mournful sound, And the littl pi?s grunted in sympathy round. Hrk ! hark ! the pail creeks list gaiti ! -it h oVr. And the porker reels onward the clock strikes f.ur ! This niece, like "the maniac," was most rapturous ly applauded, and more than one swore that it was inimitable, while other grunted the sympatttie re- sponse to its melancholy notes. Sun "The Old Toddy Stick.9 'For full two season at the bar, le mixed ockuil and punch. And many a liquor he'ped to foam. At evening lounge aud morning lunch." An excellent song, and received with great tela I : Son" The Old" IJell Crowded Hat," . by Senor Snutll!:, tlie whole society join in the chorus. Indiaiinpolis, July !:, "I Lve it, I love it, and who xliall frown, Ilocause 1 etill sport tint old bell crown ! What though the sugtr-lo if now the rx. And brimmer of late are selling hut low 1 I'll stick to the old one in njiite ot the town, Fol I love it, I love it, thit o!d bell-crown." The regular programme hiving been r m through with, nt the earnest solicitation and tin mini u de sire of the audience, a member su.ig tlic fallowing lyric, to the m si deafening applause : Aiu "O;? in th: Slily Night." 'Oft in the stilly niht. When cat g out a courting, I turn from If fi to riht, Like wine sea-monster snorting. The barking h)gs. the croaking frog, The iiii.y cricket Hinein. Sweet sleep destroy the. r miJdeuin ruis., slill in my ear is inging. Oft iu the, tic When I remembered how. The bed-bugs g illop'd o'er riv, Cold sweat creep- o'er my brow. And phantoms dance before nie. I feel like o.ie wli se h pe arc g no, Whose pusi.n owns no bridle. My noJJlo edits when daylight break::, I feel cjuite suicida! ! Ofi iu the, &c. At the close of this, the assembly liroke o; in a most athnini'e confusion, each wending his way to the neare-t 'cochtail nnnulactory," to drink long life and health t tlic members of the "Americo float en) Sxicty," which toast we most cheerfully drink, bcHct'trvr thot when it may become extinct, "we shall never ioufc upon ifs like again." We learn they propose giving another concert S'.o:i, to which we have an invitation, and of which we shall avail ourselves, and report all that may transpire worthy of our pen. Sopliy ami the " 1-Vllcrs." Every body knows that the West is a great place for getting married in, and it is pleasant to know that j the fair ones are just as well satisfied with their con-1 ditious afterwards. We don't know who Clarinda' j is, or how or where her letter first became public, but j here it is : j Hoi lensu.u k (Jkove, Illinois, HOO &. 11. Dear Sophy : I got here two weeks :'g and here ! I shall eertaiuly sjend my days. Air. (iarrism that j came out with me left me 'it Miikoo, and I was glad pt it, for I never did see a fellow slick to a gal as he did to me, aud it war.i't for no'.hin' neither ; but he didn't talk of marry in me, but was just hangin' round me, but I told him to keep his distance; that's j the way to use the fellers. I've a notion that hees in j a fix with a gal down in Kaintuck ; any how, I l wouldn't look nt him now, for I have had live fel'ers to speak to me since 1 come here and another wants to cum, but 1 give him the bugs. One of my sparks i has got three quarter seesh .ns and hous, is six foot ! tall, and four yoke of oxen, and is a widower, and ' v-nnN to marry me next week, but 1 shall wait a little and see if I can do enny better, for between us, wid- ! dorers are so ipieer and talk right up so, they always j frittn me, but bom turnover I spjse they don't mean more than other men. This country h very large and s is the men and prarys thev ry is rolling but ! I don't sec but they are as VV, ns any other place, j Meeting ; ? Fearco here and wheat don't fetch but "2 j and 0; hay and potatoes they almost give away, and j s ;ch lotsot children ; the unfeeling mothers lecd their hahyi on pork nnd Ht;itoes on account of milk Hick- ncss in tins country, a puny way to grow uauys i guess you'll think Now yon must, come nut, 1 know you'll make yenr fort in hero.- .f im sez there's one gal on the hill of lug prnry v. itli golden hair like yourn, and she got an ciivr every tlay in me wrci; ainr sue got norc. itw she's got a husband, a nice house and farm and a pair ; of twins. Von can't help liking the com try; tell! Amy if sh:'ll come here she wont have to keep a wishing , and h.kin fur the fellers as wc used to in I West bro k, but here t'ieyr rite arkr you before you j think of it. Tell mother I hope she'll come to ee ; me as so m as I gc-t to hw: keepiirnnd if she thinks on it sue may oring mem nine red sock in tlie till ol my chest. When von cuinc ho sure nnd go with the jsteaml-oat (Mieespeck, (Captain Disly, at llull'.lo, he is i tlie nicest man on the water, and was so good to us i all. I almost luv him if he is a married man. (jive I niv luv to Jane, and ak her how her and Uill gets on, , aud if hees p ippe! the question yet. She may have I him lor all me, 1 can do better. I can pick my likins among the fellers here. Nobody can help likin this country. No more from ) our lovino Cousin till dcth. ' CL All INDA. The First Glass of Sjrin. A very 'green' eanaller Muntcrtd into our friend J H i((1,rkiM..ri S(!a r,Mjm ytsU.r(i,Vf nni aftvr ..a.ing nlxnit si few i minutes, ilurm" which time his eyes took a:i inventory of the stock, made known want. Keep small beer here !' No, sir.' lie looked surprised and starte out. Presently he made his apj. -arance again Hlot soda water, 'sp"sc, haven't you V V es, sir.' 4 Wi 11, I'M tnko a glr.s of it how much is it !' Six-pence :i glas.'. .N.c-pence a ghs ! It's am iz.in Var stiitf, but I'll go it. I'm away from hum now, and ain't afraid to launch out . What syrup will you take !' 'Syrup ! "l axd lor soda ; I don't want none of your syrup, as I knows on. Well, I know, but will von have lemon r.r sarsa pariUa?' cec here, you. 1 don't want none of your root beer; I'm arter soda now, nothin Ise. The soda, was poured oaf, sparkling and fairing, and was taken oil at a glass and paid for. Present ly the livelv gas rushed upward through the nostriN of the advent urou.? experimenter, causing his olfacto- ries to tingle, and bringing t ars into Ins eyes. (Josh all scis-ors !' he cxelafmed, 'the darned stulf s got mazin' head of steam on, nulf to send me up the canawl clean to road Hippie, and he vanUhed. To Makiiv on not to Mahkv. A gay young bach elor, Count ue M , who lived at his chatteau in jovial style, having paid somewhat marked attention' to a fair neighbor, her mother insisted on his stating explicitly, whether he would marry her or n"t. He resolved to let chance govern his decision. He wrote two letters one of acceptance, the other of refusal. He put them in a hat, and summoned a servant. V Take one of these letters," said he, 44 and carry it to the Chateau de ." 44 Which letter, sir !" 44 Whichever you please." The servant selected a letter the Count burned the other without opening it. The chateau was ten leagues ofT, and it would take the servant four and twenty hours to go there nnd return. Twenty-four hours must el ipse before tho Count should learn his fite. At length it was decided ; the servant had car ried the letter of acceptance, and the Count noon be came the happiest Benedict 111 his department. SE MI-WEEKLY. Oah Mi.v; an 1 1 ii ltEr j in Kextuckv. The Cincin nati Commercial U 11 the following story: " Ab-Mit two months since a novel cireumtance tok place a few miles back of Covington in the State of Kentucky, the parlies having numerous wealthy acquaintances in this city, to whom the story has been told by our friend Lacy of the Newport Chandelier, (which paper will soon be forthcoming,) he having learned it while on a tour in the practice of law at the late sitting of the couit iu that State. ( , , i It appears that a very ri'di old widow lady, by the name of M , had an only daughter, who was n mot beautiful creature, nnd could have commanded the hand of the proudest of Kt ai tuck's sons, but she, strange U say, loved a little gentleman tailor by the uamj of 1) , who had been so fortunate as to wo her without her mother's knowledge. At leii'Mh the fact came to the parent's cars, nnd be forbade young 1'. her house. A few weeks fter, the old lady h id occasion to be absent one evening till a late hour. Uf coarse the lovers did not let slip such an opportu nity of spending the evening together, ami when they heard Mrs. .M. returning, the lover not being able to escape, was put safely into a large closet. On the entrance of Mrs. JI., she, having had a hint from a faithful t'ervant, u ade bolt1 to question her daughter about the presence of her lover, d .clir ing that he had not gone out of the house. Tins the dams..-! stoutly denied, but her mamma would not be lieve her, and ns a terrible punishment, ordered her to be lucked up in the dark closet, there to remain till broad day light ! On her opening the closet door next m rning, JNirs. ."M.,was thunderstruck to beheld her daughter asleep in the young tailor's nrms ! It is needless to add that the mother no longer opposed their union, and on that very day the blushing girl was touted to her honorable lover, and they are now en joying all the blisses and kisses of their romantic honey-moon. Amhkicanism. It would seem from nn. article on the Ksthcisof Dress; in the last IInckwoo , that 'the fastidious, amorg the well dressed Islanders have discovered or invented two new American peculiarities that of having pockets in their trousers, aud cf usiiig their pocket handkerchiefs. . On the tirst point the oracle says: One ennon, however, slu.uld be laid down as to the cut of the trowscrs no ockets should be..-1 derated on any account whatever: they make a ma;: look .' a Yanh:c. On the second point we have this dictum : Always use white, and the finest cambric pocket handcrchiefs ; you can then neither take snulf mir avoid using a considerable number; do not regret the expense, the ludtcs will rervard you with their approbation, and y't c i.inot be. mistaken tor an Auurican .'' I'isk &. Hu e, merchants of Boston, failed alK?ift two vcarsa"ofor Äli) 1, K , and settled with tiieir creditors by paying fvi per cent. They have since been successful in business, nnd have paid the balance of their dtbts, principal and interest. Ticc lot Ofliccs for Hiebst;!: .Sentinel. . Ifow is tlie Time ! All person.", residing in tho vicinity of tho following ost ofiic1!, will rtceivo their papers without charge i' potar from this date. Who now will not rcihI us two dullard fur the Weekly one year? Just four ctnts a tctck. Marion Count if. l'iketon, (Jlermont Allisonvülft Webb's Farm (Jcrmrntmyn Cumberlan j New Hcthel Hriilgrj)ort Augusta lhndricks County. If atnplnn Plainfield ISc-llevillc tileaville 1 ).i n i I In New Winchester Urovnburg Kpringluwii Noitli Salem Hamilton County. WcstHeU Kublesvilla Sirawtuwn Cicero lyvonc County. Libanon 'I'hortih-ysvillo Koynlton Jamestown liable Village Nurthfiehl M-trgan County. iWoorcsv 1 1 Its Monrovia .... llanrrch County. Greenfield Sugar l're k Cliarlotts ill5 rhiladclphia I'den Johnsen County. tircenwood Franklin 1'ur Wi st She thy County. Plcnsant View Slie'hy ville riurristuwn K:il s of Io.St:ie. t'c.t$. Tor f i i pie Icltt r n"1 excreling half an eunce, (advoir- d;jpic,) cnt not exceeding 300 miles Sent over 100 miles For every half ounce, and any excess over every half ounce, the wmo latcsof txistigp; and when adveilis el, two cenlH on ach letter ; or four cents, if the al cili'ii g c hi m much, ad iitional. Kii droi letter! (not lo be maileil) each Fur any pi in ted ciicular, handoill, ur advertisement, un healed, sent any distance Fur any pamphlet, or other malter " of every kind," that is iriismitttble ly mail," and ha no wiitien coinmunicatiun, nf one ounce or lcs, or for a newspa j ei exceeding 1,9'H) Mpiaie inches of suifacc Fi.r each additional ounce, or an excess gicatcr than a hilf ounce Fur any other newpaper, sent over 30, and not ne rc than 100 miles, ot 113- distance within Ihe same Si ilc Sent over such distance iu 25 1 1 3 lMl.iAlOMS If AX It AOTU rl'A IK !-:' Ctnrutcdfor the Iwhana Slte Sfr,HfltM FU'.TCIlUlt, Stud and yjckane Hrvkcr. ßf-Those marked tli'is are doudtful. Indiana. State DW and llrincfie, par Stat Snip, $i, ( 1S4U and 1 S 1 1 ) ?5 pi em. State Snip, foO, SJiJis. I!ank Sciii, 2$ pielft. Watson's rhert-5, Canton Hnk, 20 dis Michigan. Hank of St. Clair, Hark of Hivei Raisin, 10 di. K. k M. Hank, Mithiijan Ins. Co. .. lo d is. Kr.MTlTK"i All Banks in this State pu Illinois. Stale Hank, ' di. Hauk of lllmo:, 40 dis. Missot'Rl. I erre name, 10 ins. Woodhtmi King's, Madison, New Albany In. Co, .r0 dis. lö dis. Franklin Ilk. Coluuhu Clinton Ilk. tl 1 Ohio Life and Tuist, Tom. Hank, Cincinnati, par par pal par par nai par par par par par pai State R. and Itianchcs, New York. City Hanks, Countiy Hink, Marvi.aNP. Ita ttimore Ciiy HanWs Country Hanks, par pr rar pir par I.if lyeltc, Krank tin, t. it Hank of Maoill.n, Hank of Cucleville, K ink of Xenia', Hank of Sandusky, Hank of ManetU, Hai.k of Ml. l'leasnnt, Hank of Noiwatk, Hank of (caoa. Hank of Zir:cville, VlRCINI. H.of Vt.and Branches, 2 U$. Farmers Hk. of Va. do 2 di. Valley Hank 1 2 dis. F.xchan'e H. at N01f.dk, 2 dis. N. W. H. of Va. Wheel., 2 dis. M. & M. Hk. at do and Blanches, 2 dis. New Kror.tND. H uton City Banks, pr All other solvent Hk., ö dis. IENNYI.VAMI A. Philadelphia City Bank, pir Pittsburgh Banks, 2 dis. KCJIAKftE SEM IISC. RATE. New 'Yoik, 2 piem. HaStimcre; 2 " Philadelphia, 2 44 Specie btjvjuo rate. par Helmont H. St. Clairsville, pai Muskingum H. rutnam, par Coluin. Hk., New Lijbo, na Da) ton Hank, ' pr.r K. & M. H ,Steubenville, par Hank of Wooster, Hank of Chilicolhe, ' par Com. H. of Lake Krie, f 0 di3. Hank of Cleveland, 10 dis. Urbana Hanking Co. f 5 dis. Cranville Hank, Cadis. Com. Hank of Scioto, 12 di. Hank of Hamilton, 12 dis. Miami Kx. Co. 35 dis. Lancaster, O., Hank, 12 du American Gold, 1 prem. I-ulflU Gold, Silver t 14 Father Matthew verms Father Mai.thls. Ann Dunn, the teetotal wife of uu itinerant and tee total fiddler, was put to bed in Manchester, a short time ago of her twenty-second child ! When the midwife handed it to oor papa, the fiddler facetious ly exclaimed, "What, the pledge again ! how often must I take it !" IM1A ATOMS POST Oi'FIC'i: Arriv.iN nutl tin es cf the I'a.i jm Arrlvfa cJ.il;' at ...... I'ltcv Lilly - - . I -C i Mc is .ti via FifoKiiHc An :vr Tuesdays, Tlnirl;i8 Claris. ii K Ai r e. m. an I Satun! in - 12 sic.ur. CIwH' Smul.iy, Tueit.l.i) n ami Tliurciiays Ct.NCiMMAii via I.iicriHctlmrfjh .Wnvii .Suiu!ayH, Vcd- iieMlayü an t r'ri'l i)H - . - , . . ( liK-4ii Mondtj!", VciliicKl;iys rtfi'l I'ri!.iy9 SwTHtBM via .V.iiU. Aftivt'H Tiut, 'l'liu.xJuys ainl Saiurd vs . I'Iinh on Mtimi.us, VrJiif.4il.it ami I'riilays I.catcmwortm via Lfoi'miittm Aitocs Tuljyn, 1'ltuisd.iy Mi.i atuul.ivü - t.'lint n Sumlay, TufsdMV anl Tlitirstlaya Momrovia ArrivM J'itfiaii;i s ami S;turj) S - t.'I.MJe Mml.iy jiii'l I'liLn s - - . WuTtRM via Tcrrt ILn'e Airivm l u'y.e"'! Sundays aiwr8l. l!v. except Saturil.iy Momteicma AoivtJt Tiiciid i) ainf 'aiunlaya ( lines V('il:)sit.iys and S iturdaii -Uamvillr, III. AnivtTutdayu, Tlr.irstlay und Satur day ... . t'lnsfson Sundays, Turs ay aud Thursday LtrirtTTt: vi) Mmim Airivt-it Suluiday - t 1wm-9 Wednesdays - - - - Nor.nunM via Fjzitjrl Ar rives Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays ....... t'loiw Mtmday, VrdneiIays and Fridays Cteemtiixe, (J. via H uuUtAcr Arrives Tuesdays and Saturday Clos-. Siindiivs nd Thursdays -PA.MDLKTUM Armes, Wrdnexdays - Cltifljs Wtdnend:is . 7 1". .M. 9 P. 3 r. 7 A. n p. r. e. 8 I. 7 P. 10 P. 7 V. 4 P. 7 A. r. p. 7 P. r. v. 7 A. 5 P. 7 A. M. M C P. M. 7 P. M. 7 P. M 7 P M, Indiamipoh, Ap il I, I"?I5. SAMt'F.L HF-XDERFOX, I - ' ' i M. I'layin Visiting, nnd IU:uiU. arts. KJ. COCK, of the lirm ul f'Jy,Smi'h $ CW,(r Oie part sis years manufacturer of ihr reMiratrd HarCrtt Cards, vmld in f.trni the jKitdic uud the patnuis id" the old estahliMiinent, X. 71, Fulton street, w here he has altvay iK-eii iiihyed, tliit f!ri rfiiitiniif thf iii.inurrtiif i nf Ihe varieties of Flay inj. Viit inj, nnd lllank C.irdi henlt.fore furii'thed h the eatahlihiueitt; und Hut orders r l!variiiim kinds v:! I f.nOifullv nnd iriniitly execiUfd. nn aipli raiinn tu Itiitmde fun, Mennr:. Illy &. I.alliam. Nn. 71, Fil'n st., at Ihe follow ihr prut, usual discuuut oir lvcash,or tutliiM ho Imy tit m-II again viz: I-.atrs of tflar, Chair ad It ave, Uianumd, Marl.leand. White llat'kn. l )er iru!s. Many VIII. do Ief alius, Kliüler, Merry Andrew?, Ihchl.oiders, Xu. I, Maraud M.tible Hark, do do Ii jdu 3) Si l J3 15 13 tin d do do do do follon ing IJf.;Xi.2, F-r.ri.ic'Itd, tvur;f, raid Pearl surf-s Catd., as per tli hcatr. : ' , F.narn- lied , 4, do 3, do i, do 1, do No. 15, Liumtlled, 1 1 . do 1 a, io l-, do 15, Irory nnd f lail uri. -, No. 1 1, di 13, do l- do Jma!l I Illiamcllfd, K, 1I0 tl, d. M, do 7, d(i r., '.- $.;,o & DO 4, 50 V0 V.) J I,:.) 4,(U e...) '! 0 I 1,7. I ,: I, Ivory anil Pearl stir., I ,-'17 if), I. .. 1.21 1,1.0 l.oo l,oo C2 f-J 5) & du do do do Li il. do do , 4. o 1. rinluiffH-il en iint-llrd inN, üiitrd ami plain, Ix autifulfy p'hhed, with eiegaul dr-dm as lNirli-rs. Small t.Iankj, (plaj 1115 .No. 1, no i, Larce do , to 9, iJoii'.'le si.c id smal', 1, do 2, loiWe sio of Iari, l, do 2, AUo, nil the sir."s of every n.li.r loorler. $15 per cross. 1. do do do do c'o do ill yo 21 C2 iIht sizes cut toordcrir any l the forejoincq'ialilics. VNmN CurtL of v irion siies made to order. äcliJ tMtrilt red Card, do ilo Kii.itiiHIt d sheets cnp-nite, and 20 Uy 2 1 iachei. I viry Surface, lio ti t IVart, do do filar. k Sheets, do do A No, Kailroad and SieamSmt Tickets made to order, of nny Cil.r, 01 i f litr.-reiil inlr, a d-ir-il. 'riiefulrril. er invite all Kditurnin the IT. Slates an? rr,nada, w ho nre ili-M.s-d to take ilieir pay in I'nrds, anil who will rr.J liini a rpy nf Itieir pa; er containing thiü ad verlist-jiu nt, to insert it lor tlirre inoiilha. GHO. COOK. AVir York, Jiprd id. M STTVK AA!) l.UIMMtTA.M' SC f r)OL HOOKS. To T:rlierv, "ninu, rrim ipnls :iud C'oiiIi-IIii St-iiocl, Acaclemirs :iiil B I 'SC 1 1 K It VAU'. P.U'S f lr,t I!,,, U f .Yutural f.-y. A e., A c., JEL ndapteii Iroin IIik Works, of M line KdwarJi a.id ..t'omle; T p.ircil .r llie iie of St liort-i'niol ('oltepeü : ' I. Menu iilst f .Inutility und J'liytoh;yt I vol., with 4. engravinjs. I'llth edit 1. hi. 2. KUmmt t i-f .Viimmaloy. The Natiiraillii4ory of (luadrupd. 1 vol., i ilo 7" Miiavma". erond edition. 3. Eirmtnlsvf Vrmlh,4oi.'y. 'flic Nalui.il Ilu-lory ofhilds. 1 vol., 1M1 Fl engr;i mc- .S'erood e!tiii. 1. fjrir.'ntj vf lLt''lil i!i und tf Ifhtkynlofif. The Naic.ru! flisto ry of K-j tilts and i'ilics. J vol , mill Oi enuravues. tJniifuU vf Cvnfhitlojy. The Ni.luial llititoiy ef Shells and Mollu-T.i. I vol , with I II t-njiravuic. fi. FJrments vf FMUnitulogif. J he Natural History or Insects. I vol. with 'l ciigrauiigs. 7. f'lun'iitA it Bf"ny. Tlie Natural History of riant. 1 Vol., with I! I licit t-(igr.i 111. t. FJrmiiiUi'f Ciolory. The Nal:?nl History of the r.arlh'n Stn c tur. I vol., ith over 20 ) enpravinci. i:a li lNMk 1 I Iii; M-ne ix tiniiph le in itwlf, and In a full i:t.i ly npp udid. Tlie illuMratmna are numerous and bean tl fully exrcul- ed. No I'.l. niciit iry Work Ih itwe are nciain:et v itti, on tliew de liplitlut FliidN-H, x ill le f.iiiud no fiift-rfjle lor pi hools aud coMese as tir-" excellent little wmk, Mliirli i:ie nt once coinprrlienwive and rmicioe, iiinl exhibit ccn?ider.ilile stientnic knowledge and juJgiin-i.'t 111 tiieir execution. The M-rics has been ndoptcd in sewral of our Collet's and TuMic SrliiMils with uiiijiialilied i-atil n twtii. One ailinir itjle lent lire, nmoiiü olli r, Im h rh;ifocl ri.- llie l., is their ir-i;.n uity and ciin .med arr.nierve it, couilnnina a va-fifümom f ii.f.irni u'ii in it: Hin:il!r.-4 rou. u-i.s, 1 iniMle ol iuii.i : t : r iustmrlMHi n'nte opto tin I rr oax 1115 and ion' i.nniiii.iii i-piiit of Ihe life; nUovellter roil MilutiiiK llie innt eoinolele m-rie of KU-iim nl.iry oriM 011 1 1 !-. Soli j Is, lli.U have y I apjx-ared in llie Knloli language." All Teach its are uirttcul.il lv mi tested to examine them. I'nliliKlied l y tai'jj-1 l.lliHt, l'liil uii lpliia, and for ea'e x hd ali and retail, t.y l'.Jt. 1.VIS, I ndi.in:ii.n.. II s;xiJc; ovv at cost. VflU' llie tune lo fjel llie preat. si Ii iiir in ever (o-red. As Ihe iM lime i la.-l approa luui x hen the üuls riler will jo ea.-i waid for new rimkI, he purposes -lliiij;ofr Ins present dock r.t cost. The ChmI are II of Ihu sjifinR and HiuiifKer's Miicli'a?es ; II new nnd laslnotia' le. The sIh k ronsist in p !l f pld ::d mlvt r Jever mid rotiiiuoti xxatrhes ; cold fob and guard 1 hams, necklace, hiaceHs, h.iiraud r 11 tl' pins, breast pins, filie r rings, silver iiriows or dirts, -arl nnd fliell caol ca-, smiir and l!wco loe, cipar mm, P'td, Kilver, tierinaii tilver,niil Meel speck andspeek cams, gold and silver nril ca-es, piano muic, nil kinds of ert nineties , looll and h.nr l.rushes, pumtn ai.rf N kl iKH.ks, llules, wa'kmc cane, xvood Mud I rax rlorku, m- of all kiinl ; at., all kind f line ii knive, h issnr, N-c, äc. Itcside a thousand otln-r little iioImmis loo iiuineioiis to ineiJioii. The ilove pds, or any and nil llie imii..iii in the hme, will !e sold at ctis-l. (Silver w;.re excepted.) 1 am d U-miuied n4 lo kerp R. ds on hand hns 1 I a lime, so a lo pel oit 04 fashion, but keep the imiUl xtfl tüpplied at all times with the new est nnd latent rtyle. Tlie public are invited to call and see tvhal can I had in the way of Ivue &in at W. If. TALUOTT'S Jcw.!ry St-oe opMle Waliinton Hall. ON Wednesday, Thnrday, or Friday hi, a l-ather wallet.ron lainintc nout louiteeii dlliM ; onen five .loll.11 lull nn.l anothci a one dollar hill, the one on the Hank of t'tii a, N. Y.,lhe her on Ihe Itank of riainfield, N. J-, on Ihe liuk of IxMli of w Iii h Ihe wrT Vio" wn written. I he re.t w Indiana UaiiK paper, mum it poi all one dollar notes. Some scraps ot newspaper wete nlsi in th- xvsil let... One hide of the xvafiet xvar.nrked "S iJ." A suitable reward v ill lie eiven for a return of tie cume to tlie su' scriher. 3vv J A.Mivi J2i.,lONL. 3I0 KM :' It OOTS. " UST reeeiveil at ihe FnnhionaMe Pal A. Shoe Store, 9 f, cases Gent. Moiorci lit latest sptinj: stj le. 0 'alf " 41 Seal 4 I Very low fts cash. s. v. Fii ttrr. WATI!I; I.V Uinds of cmin:i7 produce i.l the stuie f SMttll S( ll.1X.Wi. I.OO Ii AHOlhM! 7 E want to huy än.tH.O I' s. Itaron. for which the iiljrhrM 10 i-en will Le paid hy SMITH &. II.WNA. ' Cordinl, Vinc sutct ..I'iut-snr. riMVO Firrels fupeiier oYd Mala- Wire. 20 W.I cider Vine-ar mad- emresftlv lor this market ly tlie nunscrinrr; troruni lb', nt HhOOKKlA" WIIKAT-'WANTEW. NO only 60 lbs lo the lu.hol reiiuiied at tle . .... . L H bMlTIl IIAN.NA. Volume I::::::::::Niiml)cr 15. avy ixi:r:r am ix:sl roic isig. NVV Ir.PXRTMrNT, BptCa'4 of PioViiui)s aiat Clothing, June 2G, IS 15. Scaled proposals, end-med Piopofali fur lk-ef,"and "Pro p sals foi Toik." as ihe ease may le. will heicreied at this office until 3 o'clock, p m.,on Mm diy, Ihe 11th day if August next, fr fii niohin and delivering, fiee of all cost and riik to Ihe United State Five thousand seven hir'ndied bauet of nax;y Leef, anJ live thousand seien hundu d i'anc Is of navyorkr i oiiidiii !. iiit -s- u J .l,p,urTS net wrilit of beef or poilr, n i xnm of wi itil in ei'hcr ai tide will Le paid for. Tobe i!i livc;cJ at ll.c iepeclic navy y aid, as follows : P.M. t.r cf IIMs noik. At Chail'S'own. Mass., At HroilUn . V., l!o() 19'JO i;ko uüo 1 (H) 0o0 At (lo'pit, 'a., Ä700 5 TOO Said beef and poik mu-t bo dclivi ic.1, one-half liivvccn the firt day of January, ISIG, and the 1 1 ist day of Apiil, 1 840 J and t!:c other l;al bi Jxvrrn the 1 j h J iyof Apiil, 1S4C, and Ihe 1 3th nay cf June. HIG, unless eailicr delive lie should he ipijtiited l-y the chief of this hureui. Otitis must he made for caih half sep.iutdv and distinctly that i, for the hi f deli veiaMo hi'lvxti-ii tho lt of Januaiy 'and ltof Apiil, aid foi tlic htlf delivoiahte l(t.fcn Ii. e l"th of Apiil and 1 3th of June, 1S1G. pay rncnt for the fut lialf to he made xf.il bin tliir'y days after reliveiy; and foi the second ha'f i : Ihiily days after the lä.h of Jui.e,' 1K1G. The l.fef rp.ii.t he fiom xvell filteoi d cattle, vlaujihlored hetxx'een the lirst day of N"ov int' r,'!Sl3, and Ihe lnt day of Fehrujiy, IS JG, ai;d weiche g not less than six bundled pounds, net weight, rath. Ihe let's and lejr lands of Ihe hi'i l quarters, und tiv shin and slouher elds, and at least eight pound fiom the imk et'd of eacli fie quiitor, or the part marked 1, 2, and 3, on Ihe dräwiii! ot delineation of Ihe fore and hind rjuaiteis -f an ox, which will he at tached t and fi'iir. a pai t of the contiact, mut be wholly excluded fn tn each tai rel and half tanel, and the reinain di rof the caicass must Lc cut in pieces of not less thin eight pouivt" rsrh. The porx mut he packed fiou eorn-fed, xvi 11 fattened lue, Mauxhtcifd between the fat day of November, IS 13. and the firt day of Februai v. Is IG, and we ighing not less than two hnh 'red pounds each, excluding the head, j lcs. neck, s iouldeis, harn, leg, feel, and laid, and all lefuse pieces; and mut Lc tut in pieces weighing not less than fix pounds ach. lioth the beef and poik must he salted wi:h at least one statute LusIkI of Tuik's Maud, Isle t-f May.pr St Übe' salt ; and he t e f mut have five ounces of tT.iC pulveiizr J saltpetre t each h tm I, excluixe of a pickle, to Le made fiom fiesh water, a strong a salt will make it. One-fourth the quantity of beef, and one-fout'.h tr.e quin lity of potk must be pact id in half Lant-I: and contain one hundred pound? net n i ilit of ach as the cae may bC; arI in estim iting the piice, two half Linel ate to be con.-ldcied as one bit rel. The batrels and hnlf bnriels mut be made of the best sea soned white oak, or xxhitc ash staves and heading; if the former, to be not les than t!it;e-f.Hoth of a i inch thick ; If cT the lattn, to be net les t:-.n one inch thick f.r b riels, at:d thiee-lninths of a:i inch thick for half Lanels, and to Le hooped it least llirec-fuui ttis over with the best white oak or hickoiy h op. Kach tianel and half Lir:cl must Lc rinded on i's head "Navy m-ef," or 'Navy I'o.k,". a, ihe case may be, with the contiactoi's name and the je?r whin packed. The bef and poik will he inspected by the inspecting of. ficer of the tpettlve navy-jaid afoiesa!!, and by sonie 'sworn inspertor cf salted provii iti,' who xvill be electcd by ihe ieptctive corr.inat.d:ni oHi-rr; but their charges for such iiispecti-in must be paid by the re spective eontiac tois, xvtio mul likewie hve the bauds put in god ilip pin order to the satifa?titrn of the n'mrnandants of Ihe re spective navy-yaid afoiesaid, after inspection, and at their o x n rxpotiM'. Hid h is must rpCclN' ther pi Ire sepiratcly and distinct ly, in sepaiate oileis for tlie beef an I fjr the poik. and of each of the places of d.livcry, covering all expenses and charge. The depnitment reserve to i'self the light ti reject all ofTers fio n persons who hxe hcrefofoie failed to fultil their coatiact. " Hon! i:i one-thir l the amount of the respective contract will be pquiied, and ten per centum in addition will be xx i:hhe!d from the amount of each payment to le made, as e dlateial ecuiity foi the due and faithful peifonmnce of tht ir respective cont;acts, which xvill on no necounl be paid until the io tracts are conn lied with in' all lespects, and is to be foifcitt d t the United S ates in the event t f f .iluie to complete the deliveries xvilhiti ' tho pic?cribcd peii ds. And in ca'c cf failute t n li e pait .f Ihe c .ntractor 'o deliver the afonsaid beef and poik xvithin the time specified, the chief r . i D... . r . ... : .1 r-ii.;..,. .i,.,ii hit', tlio Li nie I.I.1..U ' nuu.im -w v.vt iijiiu io tu, -I pmiiij.es it. o- i.i-Mi. .Ml..., .' lof this Mite, in HHitnf expedUM.ii; rrathiiis Madison from Indian- cies.ard any excess f co-t shall lc chatged to and paid by ' apolisin 12 h-mr. ras-nzer can tie auied of an imnxdiste con the cuiitiartot. l'axment xvill. te made 1-3' tlie t'nited N ik.m w nh the stramtMKiu, eiltwr f l'in innati of louixille,s ar- Stale at Ihe peiioj above specified, (excepting the ten per centum to be w i I. held until the completion of ihe contiacts as hi fare st ite-l.) f'er the said beef and poik shall have been ini rcted ami ireeiveil, and tiills foi the simc shatl have been preset ted ti itie invy a.'eot reflectively, duly ap pioved by the c.irrf'rmn I mis of Ihe iepective navy-yards, according to the term" of the rontiaets. The pait of the beef tu be rxclu led will be particulaily designated it. the engiaxinj; lo be attached to the contracts. I'eisons uitcicsted can obtain them on application at thi ohVe. Bidder n t heiet .f.ie e .ntiactors aie iepiire 1 to accom- I. ,.r nl.il.lt' Imriithtu C'tlli piny meir Pm,;.s.. r j . . ... - .i. r i it-n.ii, locni.iisiiiilit v must be iiieii-i'ii' oi uu ii iihiii', iiv.il ! - j certified by Ihe Uhit d Stafes diliirt attorney, navy atfeot, oroino thci per.'oii well kuoxvu to Ihe liaveuuncnt ; ollitr- xx ise tin ir i to: os.ils xx ill not l e ae'ed up in. Hid lets xxlioe p op .sals are accepted (and noneotm rl xx m 1 ,u ll" " -rl'"r . . X . f . . be foithxvilh i.ot.ti.d Uo reoi ; and th ee day s ov. r ami lite ordinary lime ICipiIHa tor ire regular uai amis i.o oi Ihe miil xxill be allowed IV-r Hum t. signify their icadineos t enter into C ntiait; and t?n d i.x s over anl aboxe Ihe orditniy lime itipiiicl f i t!.e icgu!ar t:i:isnusion tf the mail xvill ! allowed f.r the exeen'icti an I leturn of a c.n tiait and bond; at the cxpiiatim of which period, if no answer be teceivi d. oi contract and bond retim ed, Ihe supply will be ollVred to t-e next luct boi ler, aeeoiding it. 'aw. Tobe i uMi h. d once a week until the 1 1 'h ly of Au gust next, in the tfni n, Co-titutl n. and Intelligent-, i, t'. C.; Kepubln-aii, It.iltimoie ; F.venini VK Morning Nexx-, and Journa) vf Cointneice, N.-xv Voik ; rennylvatiian and It-y s'otie, ! hit id. Iphii ; MoMinii l'o-t an' I, fifnes, Horton ; N. II. Pa-ii I, t one, id; C.-i Aior. r o.ua. ti, .aic; K'opiiiei, Kiehmond, Na; loa on, Nollolk, V a.; i.mj'iiiei , Cioi intati, Oi.i ; Stilt suivn, ( .linnim, I hin ; Lnion, .ati- ville, Teno ; Kegi-ter, S; rm-li 1 1. Ill; Pemociat. Ihnao, III.; Tiee Pu-, Ih tKut, Mnh ; State Sentinl, lnd anap Ii, l.i : Miss.uiiin, St I.ouis, Mo.; Democrat, l.ouisx ille, Ky.; an t (Jaztf'e. Lexinsion, Ky. I'r-rli?toi of the aboxe papeis ate irqnested to sent! a copy of llien uspcttive paj eis containing the adveituement to this Ixnea.i. x"- ii. r 1 1 K undersigned xvnl --II at piivate sale llie Mloxvin; projierty, to 1 ml: (ne h'ri'iw and lot on Indiana st '! . One hoii.-H and Ui n VVahinU.n '.re( . ; lue lot oil West t-t .eel ; .... . The M: tiiiin4h utahle and proiind on xxlnrh it la loraled bit aires of land on llie Noble-ville St ate io.nl, 5 miles from InJ.an HMllis. AH wi'l l so itl on ine nMM ieaw.ua " 7-:tw joiiN l.isrr.R. Take Cart ol" your Itnicy. UltMI.Y do xv- hen.r of jwr-Moi Wtvz roMxd fall Hicir money JJ'andclullmig through lint in glen of.P'iuhasiiig a U'd Trunk thai xxill ke . Ihur prowrty wile xvli o-"ley are imnii hiiu a ru. WiKibl it in Im Itelter ..r ll.eni to can i j. j. iu..i nu frx Trunk thai xx ill kie.i all t.ae than to l-e daily rohN-d in Midi a xxay ; He liwi.il h ind a mmI aoit.nent of Trunks which he xvill sell cheap for ca-.li or itu, -roved H ole. We xv.nild advise )ti lo give him a call ul his shop episr:le the IW Oilice. . a wak, roit saii;." V5tiD-Jd h and M lhe xx sjori a oniamcss fof sale, cheap ft ra,!i .r produce at SMI HI 9jU.VX.tS. 7 TiiuTrEit a. siuxnrs, Jjjl'JR 3 'e by W. b. HUmtAKH, No. Pa'mrr House. "Just iu-:c:i:ivi:n, LAr.GH lolof Hats,lWs,andShK-s,of all sizeci, for sale low ,. V. i.. II ANN V. S Sä. by lVMlhV l iac Hid sml Tits HIIS day receivetl al Ilm r asii o.Mtuie cuoe a. n.u .-u.re nu i. K ile low at wholesale .Hid lelail. J. K. SIIAKI'i: oi.i i: oil.. roTTLEfOlixe til,ol supeiit.r quality which makesan t P excelleiiisalad.jiistieceixcd fn.m'llie ltiiHHter,andlors.ile hv theubsrriUer. CHAKI.ES MAYER, Fst Palmer House. A q.iaiiliiy of Uo e hr sale cheap at the Senliuel Othce. DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES an a measure. A simple and frugal Government, confined within strict Constitutional limits. A strict construction of the Constitution, and no a, sumption of doubtful powers. No National JJank to iwiudlc the laboring popula tion. No connection between the government and bunks. A Diplomacy, asking for nothing but what is clear ly rijrht and submitting to nothing wnmi;. No public debt, cither by the tloiierafliovcrnmcnt, or by the States, except for objects of urgent neces sity. No assumption by ti e General Government of tho debts of the Slate, either directly or indirectly, by a distribution of tlie proceeds of the public hinds. A Kcvenuc tanlf, discriminating iu favor of the pM.r consumer instead of ti c rich capitalist. No extensive system of Internal Improvement by the General Government, or by the Slates. A constitutional burritr against improvident Statt lo.nnx. The h nest payment of our debts and the sacred preservation of the public faith. A gradual return from a apcr credit system. No grants of exchiic charters and privileges, by special legislation, to banks. No connexion between Church and Slate. No proscription f r honest opinions. Fostering aid t public education. A "progressive" reformation of all abuses. PUBLIC NOTICES. IMI . irons II IC II M IIOOI,. ON the I 'th of June xxill he opened llie Fust frssion of llie -unnyolt lli'k &.hool, at tlte Council Cliaiubcr, i.oitli side of tl UovcriKir'ii i'ircle. 'J'lie 'I iusteed, anxious to etatlh n pernnnent school of ahiffh orJer, have pro uud tlie m-ivh of Mr. JIIN C. McKINM.V, foCiucily u tioUnsiiifltt! Ttarltr-r in II arriwlKirf, Tenits) -Tvanta, and more rec-ntly Abutanl GcoU giatol the CroU-fical tuixeyof Term sjlvnni.i.. '1 lie Trustee think it due to Parent snd Guardians to lay before them HiMiie of the te timonuU xx Iikh thej have received of Mt. Mc Klnnee St.-.tidiiift a Teiilwr : VI'. li.Jiios,' .SrrMirjr Jt( and Sptr,trdtnt vf C-m-M.v Sf 'nH'l.t attj uore (jortrnor vf rcHK-y'tama. -t have been intimately a;iiiii'rt with Mr McKinney f many j'C.fs. . He his the ieput.i'on ofU In- tl thorough KhJar. Iiilhsj ..l !r.ll S( Irin rs Mli.l Matli lli i!l : ?e M distifiguilied. Ifiref.irdlo li.s iiir;il tli;n,n ter, it li.s uUag cIoimI I: ijjtt iu tlie esSmuliKiiuf tlmx' lio kii w Ii mi. Ke.-ervel in liu manners, amiable tihd kind tu his f. inper, erevetiri2 and induetriuos in I. is h;i?.!N, a snitleoisn and a st liol.tr, 1 let I assaird that he Mo'.ld be ai sciuiuioii to any tat rary I lis ilutioii." Frvm tltc lUt. Dr. Dr. Witt, Iforri.f urg, rennty'tania. "Willi .Mr. M Kinney have K-en Utnz acquainted, lie taucM In the Ac. nit ni) ht-ie xx hen one of my S..n tvti a scholar; mid I know that, s an int turti.r. hut few aie erpisl tr lnu He Was one of the company Rt-le !! for the ;..!. .i al rMiixey ol the Ma'- ; ai J I ll.iok. ciuitiiiueil xvitti tint comp my tui 1114 llie whole procres of the Pur vey. M iinpio.ioiiM aie, thai his m rvites as a stuntific feiiileiiiaH, wt rchilily appiecialeil, Ix.ih !' 1'rnteiir Kerfi,lhe im ipul of lli.it -nop:iiiy; nod the Mute auü.oiitier, undtr wluwe direction Iii tau vey. was iiiade." ' !'fm Pn-femvr IlfTi' I). Ruiiint, of tz tJ-Vcr.iy of foiR.lrafM'. 'I hnxe knoxxn Mr. Mi Kinney inliiua(el) for several years, aicl t ike plea-.iiie 111 lenity in lo his al'ililMK as a man 4" science, and bit Mini moral (hiiiIv 4 ctinroier. He has had rtMisitJeratae rienrntt a .1 teacher, and Ii i in.ole eAtenive atipiiMttoo in atience and Cla. sical Liter iluie. Having I tee 11 oneof my aüristaut 011 tlie Geological Surxey of lVinin) Iva nia, he liax shoxx n decided fkill in research, and pivrn me the ani.!t totoU ol hi-iioj iUWU'UM-liU.iw MairMrrMHc, and of the clearneM ol bin iulellet l. ! r V.rw n t)rfi mot likely, Iii excellent Lilent. Mud uutirir e 1 1 j.i:iy, to luli.l, wilhcteilil lo hitiivlt nnd lent fit to othns, any dulit-s as au instructor wbieti be Is xx ill 111 lo aouine." From the Trusters vf Ike Hjrriburg Acadtmy. HiRittu to;, Aprils?, 1?15. "Mr. J. Clianitter c McKinney , x as an Aki!unt Itar ier Mi the Academy ut this place, nnd tlie Tiu.-lee xx-ers xxell pj ttsfiid x ith ihn 111:1 liner n x hu h he dis hared hi luiien. Wc w Uli mut h pleasure U-ar Irriiuiouy 10 Iiim lni;li nu ral Uiudiit, ai xxell as lo Iii cmpeteii cy asaii insuuitor of jtKiih. J.Mt MMI, U M. U. lliWITT, JOHN ;. IILIItK, Tmiers f t llaftiHrg Academy.' From .Vr. ALrrcD AcM$io.a,A-iji ipalvf the ll-irrubrg .Ifdrmy. "Mr. McKinney xvas i.tsn ialed xx ilh inxelf in the business of leactiirpiii Itellelonte, and ultenxard in this pljce, where 1 bav lt n rei h 11; for the last twelve year. He waaautieeqacuily Princ t itatoT the Aentlemy at l.el.arou, I'eiio.y Ivania, and nwrr recenily en jagee xx ith I'roi'osor Kocers, in his Weolo:Hurvey of ihis Ute. "I have had 11 Ion? (ieinal acitiainijinte with Mr. &1 Kite ry, rut can say xx ith lruth.tri.it Jr a xvell bila.icad mind, rood jndement, strong rental mj; iut r, anl exU'Ti; ie ait.iinuient, in witnif anJ ireneraf Utttature, I bthi ve he is Mirpsse.l by few, If any, of bis are, in this rvuuMy. ,t. . "He f jK-cnli.iHy Pi'rif, eericeN-e', by tale, and bahits,and edu cation, lor a 1'ioltsso f'npin soni- Literary Institution." Iiistnu lii'ii xt ill Ik eiveii in all the bnnrhrMau;ht in the best Acad emit', and r ial attt-ntioii xvill be bestowed upon maiiM-uialKo and Ihe ph) sit i l m -iences. let ms-, per uuarter of txxelve weeks; , : rrimary I tepartioenl, ( Readin, W riiiuf, and FrtÜnj,) Cevphy, Ln-liMi Grauimar, and AtUh.nelic, In addition to the altove. . , L:t:i.i, C.-eek, Mathematics, fc.c..' - 3 00 4 00 I 00 C. FTF.f F.YS, JOILYU IIJUDLF.Y. j. r. cji.ipma. SF.TO.Y tr. .VvhWS, S.1.WL MF.HKII.L, JtMfir,, ir. 5 H'M.xuu.ir.ix Tnuttts. The Slate of IiKliuiia-larifin 4 oiuily. Mrv C-firciT Coi bt, IlLT TllM, Ic4i. . .. ; ; . J'.li-' '.o-iii t. Jo-epli P. lorui. Vnll fvr i'nurre. fljlllK said Joseph I. St.tem, defendjut. is hereby notified that on iL the K.iti day of June, lft, the above named complainant, Etna Mc mi, filf'd her l.ill of cou.pl.nnt a;int bun in the a hove entitled cam in ihe. Marion circuit court ; that the same is pending the rem, and that utile lie artear and ,lead. aiwxveror demur to said bill on or It-lore ihe calliuc of the cauoe nt the next term of said court tu I held at the Court ÜuUse in.. I udianajioli, on Monday, the 21 tt day of Jtt'y, l!45, and third Monday of said uiuiilli, the same xx ill be taken a confessed nn:t trueaaio't i:a. l.y order oi lhe Court. A.trt, R. B. DUNCAN, Clk. Hy CF. KobKis, Dpiy. Morttiifo Sc Majo, ?Miritors. 5-3w Divin VAI.lAci iltoi ncy at Läiw. njIlACTICCS In tlie Circuit and other Courts ol tlie Ftate, and in 12. ihe Diitritt and Circuit Court of the Cmted Ma' es, and w ill promSlv aud strictly attend to tlie secuiity and collection of ail claims that may te ?n'ruaed lo him. ntrue on Washington Mreet, in tlie frame building, eat nf the Wah'iloii IUII. 12-y UAIIj KOH itV STA WIS. v , rH,,,K l,ad heinc nw IL bimr.'i,tiiesubcriberii .tV U .V . dian:iJii al -I A. M. and m MIK Kail Uiad heme nw completed rKYtli of Co- are enabled to hare In- meet ih cars im time to arme at Ma Jison Ihe veiiiug of tlie Käme day. Th in line oflVrs eve ,vind.ireineoiloil.ravellinz p.ildic, poing fr., or to. the mrern ranc nieiit have lieen made xx hielt xx ill nevenl all pomilalit of a delay, unking the trip from Indianapolis In Cux innati, or l,ouivillt, inonsday! M J. r. VOUKIICC-g A. CO. i' it ax f run TA A OTI ft:. l!U undersigned. ent for the AMERICAN PORTABLE IMAT I.I.NEon the IViinxyU ariia Canal, xx ill rteeixe all tiro- I ity 1 ;:iiel to I.e. t-liippK-d lioui ihi pl.ue IjoiI by aaid line, an4 tii;.'tlie a:ue to I'll l"l.u mil rut or intict oa commiii.oü eiltier Pit!.lwrjrli-.my chirein- draage and other eipenset. . .. . . " 1 xx hu h tliey may ai lu ;!! have to pay and will lake all prtierly of- fei 1, Itv Ihr Ii llir.Mih to riiil.idel;lii.i aut Haiti nmrr, Im.ii inne ,!i.l ai a luilf lower rales I Itatt any other agency in the place. Shipper -aiil tiiidth ir proeiiy come tmt in much better order I jut, k. . I. i tl a.' if k Sf I I IX A U lilefl il.i m, . .ii.ttl. ik. -a a. I . : I..- i. . , " "-j - t'-j " ! s.-.i ...,i IUiiiM. a III lliM line llu-re 4 ihi trainhlooiii Jn tw.r Ihn ; ,mi,jnl.lnsfM.tl, l a , 1,mLs to Kail Itoad I ars, Olid frolll Can U ; :,niaraiii. xlo. Il his t. lie done by othe r hum. Weal-osiv to .xierctiiuts and ft her, hnntinj; pMd from tlie East, J that if they tdiiphy tin hoe, and toiigijin to Mesnra 'larkatn k. Co., riul.uti!h,and tons at Mad son, xxr xxill f.irnard their foods loa II n.ferit.r places xx illi-Mit coii.uiix.k ii, eilhtr t.t rntitiri'h or this place. Madiii, Ii ,1. :i-:h.i MITCH KM, at CO. S. i:. Cotiu i' Tliircl :tnl t almit Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. tit H)LI.AI.E jjnd retail .'enhi in Imix.rted and American Clü.ir, Tutmeeti, roift", ;-. A.c. Wettrrn rral-r are rfiJ- 1 1.1 it v i ii x ii t-t to" i ;.iHinif Hit i r im k 1 l re pun lia-ing elsewhere. 'I hex sell il C.e ..xel eiiy pines, and t xxarranted iu tsimg th il t Ih tin t $..l.tia I u.ii to all cuM'-mei. J bey w ill fill all of. tl. i inr 1 1 I ut ti, a-' -itiflT ayd t'ljar, al llie hvrlrKl moie. 4 -Cm IVatt'tto, Jrcliy :iul Fancy Coods. rnHK 'iltx nit m f-.tve coio-iantlv on hand a lirjte and fafhionable IL a-foiimc nt of Ji wetry, ;ild ami Sjtver Watt ties, Plated War. Culhaiid AuiMicaii HiiUnnia, I'nuiW d J dpa ned Tea 'Irajs, Gold and Sitter IVntil. Hi.ioto.id poinlt d Cold I'ei.s.Uold and Silver Se iatle.Siiv r Uptons, Ijntles, t'nptt, I'mii Knives, butter Knives, VC. Odd K. II vitx s' Kej ilia, Jevx el und e veiy x arit ly ol trimiiutips. Ml ver Ware an J Jewelry made to or.hr. OU'E.N' t CARLKV, 41 Xo. M Mum tt . tnta-ttm XI an i Atkt , CtaeaCt. st i: a yVi m vxi Looking i l.i ? rramc I?Ianitf.;cfoi y. f II t; ti.i4-rilr Im rt.ii.iiirii rd lite mi ni Inr lure lwkl.if; Class, H I'oriiait and t't. iure Kram.-s ol excry atH t) i4" pnttein, by Steam I'oxx er, ami by eo billig he i emit. led to m-II tire a' ox e articles as W alli' e.-in he purh.iKfd in H.iy of llx fjtt-lrrn 1 'il les, and as the rM nnd d-lay i o.urh It, I'tMimry Men hauls vt ill ft ud it realty to their ndvat.i.iL'e to e..ll 11. .re porihasiug l ast or elexbeie. All knoln of (.il.lo.; . .Uly execnltd. 4lv KMKNKZKR WISWKI.U I IT Maim tt.. Ctmanwti. Wiioniiriex a siiiti:uitiruv. i:ommisin aiisl. i'Ldnre ülcrchiinls, - .Tr.i;i.vi.r, .t-yy.T.-r-.j. ji I'M D A A I- IIOTrr. AM) STAliK OF V 1 C 1 It I C 1 1 31 UX I, 1 A . A. W. Ilo WITS, Proprietor. rilin above House, formerly kept by D. I. SJ.in, Is now In tb 11 M-rnpuey of A. W. Cower, i.nd e.pen for the reception tf Iiis friendsand lhe"Mibtic jienerally. 20-tf ""TniASiirs iiori:, lAiif irv iroMS. IMfiS T. DRAKE, (agisted by B. Drown,) conlinuea to keep P the .:tve named Hotel. During the pal summer, he has built an addition to hi former eablinhmeul xx Iii h enalae him to r" to the public a number ol neat and commodious rooms. His ub a. ..I carriace li ni-e are eatcnl ited lo iec. n.m.tale a larce ""f' h.-rs and earrwte Hi- bills shall I reaiW-aml I will be bap- .... .. .- ... .. i. i l.ir r iitttolll. m to aecomm.Hl.ite all w no xviu lavor in... - y Nov. I. I M i.i. . i.i-tf " " . . - - mm m J 1. W :!; revived k fresh a-tn ,e o. V.eln X , "..rwW.ln their miN- .v-cinated will pte.se otHee ?,l h-.r - o" JL A TXTsv,... Ac. io nvuuuna . JlrS:' ..VitiT Kav 7Vrer. St.ibl, VC, on ,f mfVl4 am - " .li . My a nn jiinin r Sse Z rne,iSned al D;. Tsver... JAME3 B. RAY. July 7, 1815. t ysJ t'-tf-i-I L.,. ell m m . . .