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INDIANA STATE SENTINEL:
THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF TUE STATE Qj-Ojücc on Illinois Strtrt, Xorth of Washington. (1. A. kS7 VllAVÜÄß, Editors. (fcj-Thc Suite bVntincl will contain a inudi larger nmuiut ot rc.nliiii muttor, in all Mibjorts of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. Tili: SIM1I-W CI3KLY i:ditio I piiMihed every Wednesday and Satunl.iy, and dur ing the session of t!ie Loislitnro, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at Four JJ1- htrs a ynr, payable always in advance. THE IV Hi: It LY COITION l published every Thursday, at Tim Dollars a yvar, always to he paid in advance. SI in advance will p;iy fur six mouths. ") will pay for three copies one year. Persons remitting ,sl() in advance, free of post age, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. .s"J will pay f r six months. cl will always bo charged tor tlio'Tri-Weekly, and fit) cents fur the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at one dollar a square of 6 lines, ami be continued at the rate of J cents a square lor each additional in sertion. Quarterly advertisements, rmr square, s". All advertisements from abroad must be accompanied by thr cah ; or no attention will be paid to them. ftv" Posta ire must be paid. t !; I Aunt ;iX)bjs Sleweil Got?. A YANKEE EXTRAVAGANZA. It was aunt Nabby's birthday, and she was bent lipxjQ having a stewed groove stewed in onions, and with cabbage and salt pork to match. 'PolJijah, said she to me, 'bc'nt we got a goose about the farm V No, s-aid I, 'we cat the oJ gander at Christmas, Indianapolis, July 2iu lIo. SEMI-WEEKLY. Volume T::::::::::Niiinler 16. DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES ami 32 fa mi res. A simple and frujl Government, confined within strict Ouisututi-Mial limits. A strict construction of the Constitution, and no as sumption i f doubtful lowers. No National Dank to swindle the laboring popiila- No c mncction between the Kfvcrnment and banks. A Did"in;icy, asking for nothing but what is clear ly riyht and submitting in nothing wnuip;. No public debt, either by the tiencni Ajnvcrnrncnt, or by the States, except for objects of urgent neces sity. No a!si!.'nptioii hy the General Government of the debts of the JStates, cither d.rcctly.or indirectly, by a distribution ul theppxeeds of the puMic lands. A Revenue tariff, discriminating in favor of the poor consumer instead of ti e nch capitalist. No extensive system of Intennl Improvement by the t'cneral tioveriiincnt, or by the Jswiles. A constitutional barrier ngainM improvident State loa ns. The honest payment of our debts and the sacred preservation of the public faith. A jrmdunl return from a paper credit system. No grants of exclusive charters and privileges, by special legislation, to lanks. No connexion between Church and State. No proscription for honest opinions. Fostering aid to public education. A "progressive" reformation of all abuses. next tv .... , .Wf another pt.li as ho saw the ro se, and over it went. iMy aunt Iropped the c;uie of this evil, and here went another plate. Toe company dined elsewhere, and tho next Sumlay the minis: r dccliiud preaching on account of a "domestic misfortune." My aunt Nabby soor. af:er died and the sexton buried hr, ob serving as he did so, that "s!ie departed, the poor critter, in consequents of an iron goose; and broken crockery." Sincrii'm Operation in Animal Masruet- ism. The following curious narration is ce; i ;d from the Savannah Georgian. If the ficts herein stated really happened, they can be ascribed to no other cause than the f rce of Animal 3InTnetiMn, and it is the most remarkable instance of it th.it we have ever heard of. Put then who is here that will s.iv it is true ! The SnaU r.;,J the S.juirreJ.On the 'JUlh day of ?day lat I was riding on a small road in the l'-Mi d. strict of Dooly county, near the Allapahaw, when I saw a connn -n-.-icd fox squirrr-l sticking to t!ie sido of a pine tree, s :ne six or eiht inches from the 'earth. When I got opposite, tho s.pa:rr!'l, I s;iw him move a litil on tlrj sid ; of the tree. I rode some twenty or thirty yards past, when it occurred to me that the sqirrci might b; charmed by a snake. I ini- inediately turned IkicU, and when 1 n. it within eibt steps of tho tree where the s-pairrel was, nil at once I heard a rattle spake commence ;inirii,2 apparently TT r 1 under the feel of my horse. I clnpt sperr, to him and g"t oil a few yards, when I stopped, looked hick, and s.-uv n very venotnons lo.kin rattle s:r)!;e, nut more than four and a half or five iVct I immediately d.smouüied, took up a lunb tint lay n.ir, and jjave t!ie snake a heavy blow, which caus al him to sin j loud and strong ; at the time I struck tiie snake the xiirrel leaned from tlie tn?e 1 think abu:t three feet. and it sirnu'd to me to b-ap liiuher thin fir. I jave. ; the snake a second hlo.v, and tin sipiirrel leaped aain, and so on, uaiil I gave tiie snake a third blow, i when it sun weaker, and the squirrel seemingly got weaker in the same proportion. I then went to the tree, thinking to tud the seake that liad cliarmvd the squirrel, hut it was not there, nor n nrarer than eiglit stepi. I ' oked at thi squirrel, but could see nothing the matter with it, though it appeared to be tired almost W death, and was pantmg and strug gling for breath. I ict'jra-'d to ic snike, and With the same l;ml) beat its l;.ad till it was soft. I again returned to the p.rirr 1, and saw him in about oil minute or l.-s-, breat!;e h;s last. I to k up the squir rel, and tin? II 'ml had run down out of th h-f: nostril down the jaw and neck, ami d wn the l-ft foreleg and oil at the f ot. I am certain t.v squirrel was never hurt by me. When I first w ent to the squirrel, after partly killing tiie snak, I toiriied i s thigh with tlie too of my boot; it njver moved nor tried to 'et out of my wav. I give it a ; in; opinion, tlrat the .killing of thu mi ike was th ? c iu of the squirrel's lYcc lost Ollici for the .State Sentinel. IVimv is the Time ! All persons residing in the vicinity of the folio win; post otlices, will receive their papers without charge ut postage from this date. Who now will not send us two dollars for the Weekly ouo year? Just four cents a ictefi. -. Boone Ccunty. Lebanon riiornleysville Marion Qour.tij. Tiketnn Clermont A liison ville Webb's farm (ortnantown (ountx'r land 'w Hethel Hridgqort Hendricks Cuuntij. 1 laniptoii IMainfi.l.l IMlevillc Sfilesville h.iuville New Wim bester Hprin'town North Salem Hamilton Countu. Wfr,tn.'!ri Noblesviile r?lr.twtiwn Cicero Knyaltoii Jauiefitown F.agle Village Iortlif!dd - ' Morgan Count ij. Monresville Monrovia Hancock County. Crec n livid . SiiirHr Cre-K ('harlottsv lile 1'liilailclpliia Kdun Johnson County. CJreciiw m1 rranklin Far W. t Shrllnf County. Pleasant View Slit-Iliyvill 3Iorristown AVV IIVAIV AXD rOKR roit 1810. Navv Pepartmfnt, rtureau of Piovisiuiis and Clothing, June 26, 1S45. SealcJ proposals, endorjed Piopoali for IUef,"and "Pro p isals for I'oik," as the case may t e. will be ireeived at this oTice until 3 o'clock, p. m., on Moi d ly, tlie 1 Ith day .f A Uirusf next, f.T fmnihin; and delivering, free of all cost and ri'k t the United State Five thousand seen hundred bariel of navy Leef, and five thousand seven liuiidud baiiel of navy poik : Rich barrel to contain not less thin two handled pounds net weight of tceT r poik, no excess of w eight in ei'hcr article will Lc paid fur. To be dcliveied at the lespcctive navy yaids, as follows: lü 1. beef BMs poik. I!jn0 1900 ItK'O 1900 moo iyoo At Cliaihsfown. Mass., At Mrooklyn. N. V., At Gopjlt, Va., ICafcs of PoMac. PUBLIC NOTlClhS. FANCY GOODS. Cents. For a ringle letter n jt exceeding tialf an ounce, (ad voir dupoie,) "rnt not exceeding 30l) milei 5 Sent over 30-) miles 10 For cveiy half ounce, and arty excess over every half ounce, the same iatesf p"5t);c; and when adveitn cJ, t'.vj rfLU on each U-u.-r ; or four cctlts, if th? ad vcnioi g cat so much, aj.liti u.al. Fur dio; letter (not to he m.ii!--l) each 2 For any piinted eiicuhr, handbill, or advertisement, un ea!cd, sent ;ny distance 2 Vor any pamphlet, or other matter "of every kind," that is " transmitttble 1 111111," and hus no wiitten communication, of one ounce or Ic-s, or for a newspa pci exceeding 1,900 -(piare inches of surface 2 For eacii additional ounce, or an excess greater than a hilf oune . 1 For any ether newpaper, sent over CH, and not rnrc than 100 miles, or any distauce withiu the same St itc 1 Sent over ?ucli distance 1 i i2i .iMi'OLis rovr ori ici:. Arrivals mid I('p:trtiii n of tin' ?I:iiIs. KAsran .Arrives daily at ...... 5700 5700 Said tecf and poik mut lie delivered, one-half tetwecn the firt day of January, 1 S SC. and the firt day of Apiil, 1 S If; ; and the other half between the 15 h day of Apiil, IS1G, and tlie 10th d iy of June, IS IG, unless rather delive- iie should be lequiied bv the chief of this bureau. OlIYis mut t c made for each half febarätely and distinctly that ! i, far t he ha f deliverable letweea the 1st of January and lt of Apiil, and foi the half deliverable between the l.Jtli of Apiil and löth of June, IS4G. Payment for the fust half to te maJc within thirty days after deliveiy; and foi tlie 5econd ha!f in thirty day after ihe 15ih of June, 1S1G. The tccf mut te fiom well fattened cattle, flaiijhteied between the lirsl day of Novtmbcr, lSl5,and the firtdiy of Februaiy, IS-IG, and weighii g not less than six hundred pounds, net weight, each. The les and lep rands of the liitnl (j'l irtrrs, an.l Ihe shins and shoulder clods, and at least eiht pound from the o-.rk end of each f.re juaiter, tr the part marked Nos. 1, 2, rni 3, on the drawing or delineation of the fore and hind quaitcr of an ox, which will be at- taf bed t and fonn a part of the contiact, mut be wholly excluded from etch batrel and half bariel, a:ul the remain der of the caicass must be cut in pieces of not less than eiiht pounds earh. . The poik mat l e p:ri;cd fiora c arn-frd, well fattened h- ps lau;;htcied between the firt day of November, 1S45, ;'ul t!e tirt day of Februaiy, 1S-16, and wcihinjj not less than two hun 'red p.ninds each, excluding the head. jIes neck, shouMcis, ham, leg, feet, and larJ, and all lefuse piices; and must be cut in pieces weithin,; not less than six pounds ach. Ii ith the beef and jpik ipuM tc alted wi h at least one sttute bushel of Turk's Island, Isle of May, or St. Ube's s ilt ; and ihe beef must have five ounces f fit.c palvciizcd saltietre to each band, exclusive of a pickle, to be made fiom fresh watrr, as strong as salt will make it. IMI AMItLtS III; II SC'IIOO-L. ON the If Hi of June will be oiiened Iii Pi i i-t .-Virion of Ihe Indi atMi'vlii yi;'A Schintl, at the Council Chamber, iioilli side of the io veriior'8 e'ircle. Th Trustees, an ioiis to etnti!i.Ii a enninent school ofahijh ortler, have procured Ihe ervicm of Mr. JullN C. McKhNNKY, formerly a itiMingmrhed Ttuchr in llarrisburc, reiinlvaiila, nntl more recently Assistant Geologist of the Ueuloual survey of renn lvama. .: The Tnistees think it tfv fo rarmts and Ctiardiaris to lav before them 8oiueof ihe te timcnial w hich they have received of Mr. Mc Kinney'8 Hl. nilitif; as a Teacher: From F. K. Shc'NK, latt Stcr'Uiry 1 ittute and Superinlrmhnt of Cum inon Sc!io'l, and note (wurenmr vf Vtnn.-y1cania. I Jiave hrer i ntiiiiatt ly :i ijuainlf d with. Mr McKin lie y for many years, lie h is Ihr reiniialioii of U ini a thtirouch Mholar. In the Natural Science and Mathematics he is distinguished. In repird to humoral iliararlrr, it In. ulwaK lot! lnyli in U eslnual ion ol lliose who knew Ii 1111. Reserved in his manners amiaMe Siiid kin l hi his l"tiier,'pVrreveri!ig and i'ii!utrious 111 his habits, a c nileinaii ? ii (I a scholar, 1 f 't-1 assuit-d lli.il he m.ulJ Le an actiuisiiiuti tu any Literary Ins iniiioii." From the lice. J)r. Vt Witt, Ifarrulurg, reuntyhania. "With .Mr. McKiuney I have tweu lon a ijh.ii nif . He taupbt in the Academy heie when one of my mit was a utliolar; and 1 know th'it,asan i n-tnictor. hut lew are eipial to him. Ilewaüoiie ot the Comrmiiy selected for the (SeoloCical Sorve of the Stute ; and I thiiik fori""4! with thNi r.ui;).niy Juiiti" tliewlnle jnj:r is l" tlie SMir- :'(;'. My tri:pie?.s:ons are, that hid rvnes as a si indilic geiitli itian, i ere highly appreciated, Ix th ly I'r losor Rogers, the r ificiKil f tli.it company , and the glitte autlioiili f, undtr hie dirt cliuii lle survey was made." From I'rtfessor I It Mir I). Roi;tm, rf the diversity of Pennsylvania. . i'lhave know n Mr. M Kinney inliiiiiilety for bevernl yeuts.arid tal e pleasure in testtt) Pig t.t Ims anilities as a man of science, and his fctritt inoril purity f ci;jnn ter. lie ha had considerable eiTieiire as a teacher, and has made riteiisive aiiiiMtiiis in science and 'las fkal Literature. Having lieeii oneof my assistants on tlie Jeolgical Purvey of reunsj Ivani.i, he tins t-hown derided rkill in researc h, and given Diethe anijilest proofs of his giHid attainments in Mathematics, and of llie clearness ol his inlellert. I kimw no h rn looie likely, by his excellent talents and uutiriiis industry, to lulhl, with credit to hitnscll and lie uetjt to otlitts, : iy duties as a:i instructor v Inch he is wiling o pisuine.' From tliC Trust .tJ if the IIirriburj .Ici Jrmy. lliHKistu April '20, !? lö. 'Mr. J. Chambers McKinney was an Assistant Teacher in the Acad my at this place, and the Trusties were w ell salisiied with the ui: nner n w hich he disi harsfd his duties. We w ith much pleasure dear ter(imiiy to h is hih moral st.iiidin', as w elt as to his coinpeten cy its an insliut.Ur of youth. J.VMK l,thli;, W.M. It. PiU ITT, John :. i;u.-in:u, Trvtrrs i-f the Harrtshvrg .Ica-Irtuy.'' Fr?vz .If.. Ai.f ped An.HTBioa, Vm- i i.' tf the Il.ir. i.'t ur.1 atL i'iy. "Mr. McKinney was i.ssoci.ited with myself in the busiis ( teaching: in lit lieloiite, and atltrards i;i this phicr, wherelhivo lies-n re-idinff '..r the last tt elve year. He w as suhseipiently I'rnic I jvilof the Ai aileiuy at I. I..;iic,ii. l e mis) Jvania, and more recenlly en gage with Piofesfuir Itosers, in Iii Seolicirnt Survey ol' tins St. tie. l have had a Ion pciMiual ai i;ont.o c with Mr. MiKmi.e) , ami ran say w ith truth, tti.it tor a well h l.m ed mind, pood judgment Oh, madam replii tl Suinni, St's so tender that I fl.iltJJ TtiQ -nake was not hiro-r ronnd, 1 think-(Tiia-js-it wont he marc tci.Uer arter be.n' boJetl hnn t, 0 wri v a !n;tn ,?e rl(i ,;ve r.lUlcs '.And fat!' .... 'andahjtton. Ji. Ii. IIA.UILTU.N. 'Oh. blc-5 ve. it's so broad across the lack V ?Iy aunt's mouth watered so that she was f rocd to look at -Susanna to correct the ogrec-able iinpreion. Well, n-n came, and the neighbors hotn to lro; in. Firt came the pardon, who beiii,; a man of re Liarkable j,mctnality, took out his watch as he came in, ami for ihe pure of seeing how it chinvd, he paitl, w.th the o!l rhnrk, he walked into the kitchen, Unh Mi-ss Susanna jj.m 1 i!,iy, hu.d she continued well in h'ilv-, n i il Mititf d up tii sweet llavors of the Ir iarii: sacrifice With expanded nostrils. Next the l"'v minister came to the situire; he opened the frontdoor, : v i I.... .. ! 1a i Tttr. Dkatii ok . (hni.n. No .:r; f-o; tltd.'ith ot ac!iih!a:i niothei feels it. i'.vrn l!; f'.tlier crntn .t realize it tints. There is a vvancy in Iiis hont", and a heaviness in his h-nrt. Tliere is a clu.iri f f associa tion that tit set times coini-s rt '!::! u i h its broi en 1 i til: ; there arememorii.s of end" arni- Jit, a keen ren-o of It.- W e; u: ovr cru-lfd h'es, and a 'un n .1 -.kk i IV . A IS Ktlt ItlO " - - . ..... . .1. f,,,lT, .1 iif.ii-i.L Wt...M! l,.i i ,o,o r ". o-' Ii. ;s o.iv.w.i vi ll'-il 11 lliill. ' '. u 'iiv. - 'iVlIiinii.' said he. , i.. . !.. .:. i...... ....,,!;. tl ..t I. -iv L'l'Il1''1 cause l in ' iiiiiio l.u", rvuuii k i l 11 iit... ... i. word. .;e case, aiio l it i" mi'".. i . .......1 f 1 . i,i,niiii.f I l 0 IO- wound-. 'd aiibcti- n. U'.it the m .th-r feels that one hn.s been taken ;uv;iv wh'i w:is vtill cioht to h r h.virt. rs his been tlie oth.e of consi.nnt ministration. Acrv 'T.uiation of tc'itttr wa developed L i rv her ''!e;i;:i 1 niteih- "t.ises daily Cir cixiii via lirmtkrtlle Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays an I r-ati.'rd ijs Clos'C3 J'ur.c.iys, Tnedi; i anJThnndays CTxci.Ati via m renctburh Arnves Sundays, Wed nesdays and Tri lj)s Chweson Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays SocTnt via .VidLon Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday s ------- Closes on Mond i), Wednesila)h and Friday I.e Avcnw'oRMi via Bhwminston Arrives Tuesdays, I'hur.sdays rnd Saturdays -(lines Sund iys, Tuesdays and Thürs Ja) s M )ioii Arrives Tuesdays and Saturdays - Closes Mondays and Fi id ays Weste ia 'Trrrt .iii'e Arrive c?ily,eicepl Sundays Closes d:i ily. except fat! ri!-iys -Muicti'Mt Arrives Tuesday anil Saiurdays t lose j Wednesdays and Saturdays -!)iLt.E, III. Airivts Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur I days ... ..... 'loses on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thurslays La fETTt via .Visen Arrives Saturdays -Closes Wednesdays - -, NoBiHtRi via U'aiport Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdtys ; and Saturdays - - - - - ! Closes Mondays, Wednesday and F.idays ( Jsee-iixe, O. via liscAfifcr Arrives Tuesdays and Saturd iy Cl -.la Si:ri!rysairl Tnursd.iys Pr.xnino Arrives Wednesilays - - - - t Ioms v ednextys II I. M 7 r. m. lV:ilclts J,vt'Iry :ml l:iiiry !. TBI II II iiitcriteis have constantly on hand a large and fashionabl JB. a-sortmeiil of Jewelry, (.old and Silver Waiches, Mated Ware. Kuglish and Amt rkan ItrKaniiia, t'aniied J.ipaoed Tea 'Irnys.Uold and Silver t'encils, Diamond inud Cold l'ens,(ol1 and Silver SX lacles. Silver Sions, ladtes, Cups, Fruit Knives, Uutter Knives, i.e. dd Fellows1 Kesali.is, Jew els und every variety ol trimminps. Silver Ware and Jew etry made to order. OWL.V tc CAKI.EV, 41 .V. I;ti .Mum t . bctiretn '3d und th ts., Ciaciaaiitü I.o-Ii.tni; il:ts, Finnic Uluuufccioi y. f Pill V. sntscnler has commenced the manufacture if looking. lass, EL IVrtrait and Future Frames of every variety of paltem, ty Meani Power, and by mi Wi.iiiü lie ia etiatlrd to sell tlie a' ovr articles as fi asthevcan he purchased in an v of Ihe F-astern 'ities, and as t'ne rik atid cf .iff is rum h le-s, Country Men hants u ill find it rreatl) tot lie ir ltd vai.tace to e;;II lef..n pureliHsitis F.al or elsew liere. All kinds of iililioe ne.itty enei ol.iU. 4ly Lit KM;' Fit W1SWF.I.L, .1 17 .Vain f., Cincinnati. m:i.i.5 ; orr at cos r. VOW is the tune to set the creates! hirsVns ever otrered. At the il time is fist airo.u hiiis when the tj:.,xrther ill 0.ijrfvi;td for new eimN, lie pnr-e iwflinsotT his rrrren tock at c.wt. 1 h eoods are all of this sprms and su miner's ptuchases; all nevy jpd lashi..i,a' le. '1 he sIk k consts in part of old and silver Jever an I common w at lies ; pold foh arid card rhims. necklaces, hiacel. ts, liair nml cutr ptna, l.reat pom. fni2 r riiiK, silver arrows or larta, earl and e!iell card cases, Mmtf and t'jlucin laixes, cigar cares, fold, silver, tlermaii silver, and t-tetl specks and Betk cnt $; pildnd sM-er pencil caei, .i.oio irY:d, nil kinJsf tieiluioerirs ; um!i and h.i r I. rushes, nrse mid ( iret Ixx k, Hilles, a.tkMi( canes, oml nii(i:ra8 clukf", razors of all kind; n!, all hnd of. flrt knives, scKs-ors, &.C., &lc. I'.esides a thousand other :.ttl no. uns loa numerous to meiilioii. The ihove c-n1, ttr any and all t!i notions hi the house, will he sold at cost. (Silver v;.reecepted.) I am de termined not to keep goods on hand Ion t time, so as to gel out nf lashion. t ut kep the m.tikct welt sujilied at all tunes villi llss new. eM and Infest styles. Tlie piildic are invired to eatl anl sec what can he had in the way of lorcains at W. II. TALIIUTT'S, Jewelry Slow ojtsisite Washington H;.'l. ( M 7OU havearhanee nowlhat you may never have ajain ; forstf; a laise, vell selerted, and lasl.ioHatile Ut of JeMrelry . ol J kimls; cold and silver l ver and rmr imni watches ; pln-n, 1uu,au-l extv. jewelled. Also, pold lo'j and cu.it! c'l.iirs, necklaces, Uacelefcs, silver s;kiis of all kinds ; a splendid assoitin.-iit f jienkiiives,5Cis f4rs, revolving pi-t.ds, walking canes ami ih.tes.nhot and rawder t'ak; also a l ose M of wootati. lr.i-s c'is ks, loi Iher wilhallsio sand other notions, in my hue, all 1 f hit ii i'l ! sold at a sni.ill ad vance 011 cost. The atwive 2smIs were loohi forradi 111 I lie eastern and southern markets, and houht low: ionspiently rantiei4t low. Call and see the g si Is w hcther (hi wish to buy or not ; oppo cile the Washington Hall at the Jewt lrv store f W. lt. TALDOTT. P.S. All kin Is o, tvvches, clocks, and jctvthy cniefi.'Iy repaired hy exjierienred workmen, at W. II T's. Ii:tc:iiiiil Ioiurl -tltl I'iis. fl'ST received Shepherd V rwpnwr Duimmd Vvinlrd titdd rent. witlil'eticil case. also a vaiietv of S'ecf and .Vt'altu Priu, for site very cheap at II.WIS's I'ooksUre. 50 7IVT received l;it tlti.N's S:oe, sii of i.Hcl cir, fine as- ? S 'riou nt o ' M.-ihoj! 11. y 1 nine Looking ;: i e,- o tokin? Ore-f.Miilli 'l.cuuanlitv of tieef. anJ one-fomth the nuan- stroia' reasoning isvers, and extensive r.tiaiMinents; 111 m ieme and titv ,f tik- must t.P nnrkrd in half hands and contain one general literature, I Lelieve he U surpusst d ly üw,U any, of Insane, hund.ed pou. J net weight oft ach as the ca;e may Le; aid ; l m , rnnr,lve, lV l;l,tt. ar!)1 vhud eA,. j the fol.o.vin5 ,i: 7 U.e 10,9 Vi, 111. 13 2, 1121, in r.-l milmff I lift tl Ihm In 1 1 111 r fls fll t I IlC CO 11 I I P IPil .' i J ' . t-M..!.!... j .ivi, i . w w-.. w -.v fa'loti, lr a rroe.--o.i.'i in mi .e i.ji-rarv I nslitution." 9 P. 7 P. M. M. T P. M. 7 A. M. M. M. M. 10 P. M . f. I. M. 8 P. T P, .'9 P 7 P. M 4 P. M 7 A 7 P. M IS P. M. 7 A. M. .- r. m. 7 A. M f. P. M. 7 P. M. 7 P. M 7 l M. Mie henrd the tlrsf ntti r;in -e f every new j iri L in tije reiee ot l.l- I-.-.'.rs; lliestij- ; .i.d every t:i?U ( f tcleelion h;is woven a i-w hnk, and mnd ? l'vir to Ji -r i' s n!j;et. And wiien he tues, ;i portion f her own l.fe, r.s it wert., lies. How enn si.e jrive him ti v. ith all the-e ineinori s, the-e a -soeiations I i;e tunid h'inds th;it ; h:tve so ot'ti n taken l.rrs in tnit aed love, how an sl.w lold them on his hreid, and irive th-- m i j to the j co!l rl isp of !eath .' The feet whose v. jmd' rin-rs she i ft 1 i has watched so nnrr wly, how c;tn she see them straightened to ojd nvn into th dark valh'V ? The j I. oral that she litis pres-el to her lips and ho.-oin, th;it she watc hed in burning sickness rnd p rit f'nJ sliim- ! ber, a hair of which she eoiihl rt t s'e harm'"il, ( ) ! ! how ran she consign it to ! j .? rh'U'i! ( r i f the e;r;ip ! Tie; form that not f r one niht has be-n beyond her Vi-h-n (r her knowltdiT ", how can she put it away l r hiiws av l . t 4 tin .i ti t !. i rn ti i w( tt linr . ti . iTtrtii ? m . . , f a . 1 v , U t i'MI lir''; "" ' ' '-t c I. ii'. i ii f 1 1 'i t . mem nut, wya ne, -i to t-vrry ...a,. u. . , ftU , s,(. (.((il(J ot liberty 13 tree, vet tiiai Uocs ni t)ruvc inai every t . - , . , .1 1 UOl I woman is; ana per conira, we Know um wouuu don't vote, and of cour-e aint free, says he, the hay aint hern.' lut it's a puzzling case, aint I.id,.inrp..-h,.1lrill, l.'. PAMLT.I. II K-NDHRSt N , P. M. 2M)M.AIMIL1.S IM.Mi A'OTU TAHL1!. Crrutcdfor lc Indiana Slide S, n'llirl hj S. .1. FI.F. I'CHFM, Stock and I'jchaf'e llrvi.tr. lleadv now, suture, an? the kitchen dor, antl walk in and let us have a little chat. The squire entered, and he and the minister had a considerable spell of conversation about the hay-mow ; case. Th;s case wa ns follows : j Abijah llris pot leave to carry his hay across , the widow JStokes held to the road. Well thi- hay- mow had dropjcd oiT the poles and widow Stokes j claimed it as a waif and stray. 1 Now, I conceit the chitf pint in the case is this Jiere has widow Stokes a riht to the hay ! Now tkis'Jl depend ye sec, 'pon t'other point, to wit, vhl alicti docs the hay belong to 'Ihjah ! Now tlie widow says, says she, 'every man in the country's a kiny;, jut as far as his farm j;oe ; now tlie kin;;, all o 1 pit in 10 dis -Those nprKed thu3 are dotihtful I.N 111 ANA. State Ilk and Branches, pai State Snip, Ö, (lb 10 and LSI! ) 2j prrm. state Sciip. föO, 2".di. I'..ink Sciip, WutM'ti'j checks, 'I'irre Ilau'e, Woudhuiu ii Kind's, - Madron, I.'cw Albany Int. Co. Ohio. Franklin Ilk. Columbu, Clinton I'-k. d Oliio Life and Tiust, Com. IUhV, Cincinnati, Lit lyette, Ki.inklin, Hank of Masill n, flank of Ciiclevillc, Ilnk of Xt-nia, Hank of Sandusky, 'lank of Ma:ietta, liai k of Mt. I'leasant, n3 one burel. I The tairel? and half hands m'J'l be made of the best ea- 12 SI..HT. ?oncd white i ak, or w hite ash staves and heidirg ; it the 7 P. M. f irmer, to he not less than thtee-f until of an ii.cti thick ; if of the latter, to be not les than one inch thick f.r b oicls, ar.d tt.tec-louith f aa inch thick hu half band, ami to be hooped at least three-fourths over vith the bct hi'.e oak or hickory Ik ops. I Kach tiaiicl and half baricl must be branded on its head "Navy r.eel," or "Navy Poik," a the case may be, with i the eonlraetmS name and the ..er when packed. j The betfand jsnk will be inspected by the inspecting of ficers of the respective navy-jard afiiiesatl, nnd by sm; "swr.rn inspector of salted provii'Ui, who vtill be nhctcd by the iepeetive commanding ot'ieer ; but their charges j for uch in.pertin must he paid by the respective conti ac ' tois, who mut likewise have the bands put in good hip- f. P. M. ' pin oidcr to the natufaction of the eommandtnts of the le- ; ctive navy-yards afoieaid, afler inspection, aud at their on ( xtene. I'.idleis mii"it spetify their piice separately and ilist inct ly, in .parate nlleis fir the bcif and fjr the poik. and of each f the places of dJiVtty, covering all expenses and cliire. j The depattmetit reserves t i-self the right ta reject all ! olFers fiom persons whj have heictyfoic failed t fullil their : contiact. II n!s m one-third th? amou:it of the icspcctivc erntnets ' will be ritiiud, ai.d ten per ceidutn in adJition w ill be withheld from the amount of each paymtnt tu tc made, fl c lUteial secmify f.i the due and faithful pcifotmoice of their iepective contiacts, which will on no account be p.iid until the co tliacts nro complied with in all lesrcM, and is to be f ufcittd to t!.e L'nit.'d K.rtes i:i the evuit i.f f.iluic to r. nph te the deliveries within the piescrib d pciio'ls. Ami Cintjn Binlr, 2u dis in t oe of fiiluie en the pait f the contractor to deliver 'he Michigan. j afucsai l bet f ai d poik w ithin the time specified, the chief 11 ink of St. i'l.ur, of the loiicau if TioviMors ai d Clothing Ii II have the Hai-k of llivei Raisin, 10 dis. j liht to diuct puichaes to bo tin !e to supply the defirien F. ii M. Iiank, I cies, and any excess of cot shall l e chatged to ai d paid by I i Wik t ion will he uivrn in :;i: thr hr im It i anlit in the liest Acid- rs ixo .m sic. emi-, and p i i-il ailriitioii will be bei-t ed ujk.ii mutlu mains .ind j H" t'S T rer ved at VV. II. T ilh n Jewelry rtore, oppiite the the ihsic;:l sciences. jß V:is?ii:i:ton Hail, a laije b of j.hno mic , eoiisi-tiii of vmtt- s.mg, d:iers, N.r. N.C , a'l entiirtj nvv mnl Ustm.imliie, J'eriiM, ih'I piarlrr of twelve wek Pi uoary I i-p.trtiuri.t, i Kratlinß, Writinc, sind Spt llins.) jeo-ni,!iv, Liuti-li dammar, and .i ithin tic, in addition l.i the ahivf, Iiti:i, l';etk, Mathematirr, e., c. s r.rr.vs. t-S, t!..rr. JO.'uVH 1U.1DF.Y, .. '. ci.ii:m.i.'. sirro.v it: , uhkis, S.1M I. M F.Kit IU. ii jr. SU.UI .1.V, i Tt lets. tu koai i.wt: r srACii.s. JJfi 'JIIK Kail lto.nl I. eins now Completed north of Cr 4-V.-ri'2-i Vl ln'iih'i., l'ie siihst riler ate enabled t le ve In lf " '' il Ii:m:ip4 1 nt 4 A. M. ami meet the cars in time to ! ariive.it Ma.tisoii t !- eveimizr of Ihe name I iv. I his line -m-r eve ry uoliif fim nl to the irnveihiiff pulilie, poinj; from, or to, tin interior of this iSLiie, in poi-ii of e peJithui ; rea hin t.ulin from linli.iii npolts in PJ hour.4. Pax-eiu'ers ran lie ainul d an immediate ron nertio'i v h!i th.- steamboat ü, iihr f r 'in iimati or Imu illc, as ar r.m n n' h i.. U-i ii ri nle whu !i w. ill prevent all Ki-ihility of a d'Ia , in.. kin,; the trip ft mil Indianapolis n tint innati, or Louisville, inoiiediy! .r, .' P. VtXiKllijLS &. CO. Ti:AsiMitT7iTicA äoticl:. 3 0'j ; a dit a ill tie S..I1 ai 1- K; ns ra ! bought in Louisville or Ciiicirmaii. ' Ladies wilt please r.ilisr.d taken look. 4-1 4 0D m - . TT a'V opened, dirert from New Oilean', a fine assortment or o f V lo-rne Waters, Lavender, du. Pear' Od. r.Mractof ILi do. and Kutrsrt of Vaniele, a delightful erlniive for 1 1 k f . AImi, PoHiötuiu put up 'o suit l.tdie and pentteinen. fn.le rhenp bv 41 W. II. TALCOTT, 0:p:-tle Hdh,n?ton IMI. miA iii V? u e s s . vi: iiv T:s. ; I.'ST reivived Won.lw.-.rd's -tld dir.mond t-iiite.l pen, m ith pen I rils ; also, ladies' anil ceiitlenieii's cM ever poii.le! lervil uwi ; jt all Mzcs, Torn tie at Cincinnati prices ty W. II. 'i'ALBOlT. 4 J Vi'fwte l aktmun lull. . m J Mi: inolei jsisned. rnH fir t.ie A M KU It? AN PORTAHLK i.o us! cloc ks:: ( locks::: SJLCLIVKl tins day. a lar;e lot of miperior Pras and Wooden (a elm ks, w Iii h w ill he sold at Kiver prices IranxporTation addeit, nml aria:ited to ktvp cod time on year or no Kale. Call at V. II. T.iiUiU s Jewelry fctcre opjMSiie. W ashington Hall and 3 d.Kiis cast of Dr .ke lloli I. 41 v I'AXS! r li:?T re-ivcd,a line supply of Tans for the Ladies, t the store ot -l.i MITI. &. IIANXA. ii!:yi;i: v iji: ui:r, s. i:. Conirr Hin d niuX ssliitit Sliccl, CiitciiinnH, OSiio. wtf IIOLCSALi: miiJ retail lieaUrs in lmiHrted and American Cip-tr, Tobacco, e n tf, &r. &.c. Westtrn rValers are esie- IS III Well, now,' answered the minister, it strikes me that the hay aint astray. Well squire, that's a pint I never thinked of. Jut then in came the Deacun ; and after hirn the sexton and so on, till pretty much all the aristocrat ic democrats of tlie village hal asätfiubled. And then in hustled aunt Nabby, awful fine, I can tell you: and then Susanna and Cato to brinjr in the dinner, and w hile they were d)iti that, the company all took a still ;jro;, by way of appetite, and then stroked down their faces and lookel at the table, and there was a pip roasted and stutled and a line ;f veal, ami the two old hens and an everlasting sit;ht of all kinds of sarce, and pies, puddings, doughnuts, and ciiler, and ab-ive at the head of the table, tlie dish in which lay the hero of the diy, 'that are goose, Miiotherul in onions, and utterly hid beneath the lad of carrots and cabbages. The squire llourishcd his fork, and pounecil upon the pig, the deacon tackled to at the veal, while the sexton went seriously to work to ex hume . piece tif jork from an avalanche of beans. The minister vfith a spoon, gently slirr.d a few car rots and onions in hopes of thus coming to the gooe. l! srnolls remarkably fine,' said he to aunt Nabby. lts particularly fat ami tender, she replied. I picked it myself from a whole heap. And still the minuter poked, till at last the spoon grated upon the surface. A skewer, I gujs-, and plunged his f rk into the onion mass, l.c struggled l) raise the iron handle, with .vliich he had joined ist;c. Ilcss me, cried Nabby. 'what's that are V I thould ju ljc, s aid the squire, 'that was an old g'x'.se. MJraciotis me! c.xcl timed the dcaron. S:i!i the minister struggled, and still the goose re sisted ;ntrit Nabby grew nervo is and the in re the minister would struggle, t!ie more the gooso wouldn't -o:ne. 1 saw my eyes dilating pounce, just when the minister tho-.iglit he Lid conq-.iered the eiuMiiy, my n unt's -!aw drove through the oni ais and dragging firth the tiilur's goosj, held it amis length before k tl-' company : the s piire had just raised tin; pig upon h;s frk, when s?eing my aunt's discovery, he drop- d it nnd the disli was kurjckcil to t-nuisli. Tl;e sex ton had drawn his bcand to the. cdjc cf the table, more simple and spontaneous, and t ikes contidently iiol.l of the hand of (It d. II v. F. II. Ch tj tu. LiNhiTiioow, SeoTr.AM'. Ihre was bom .Vary, (Jueen of SVots, lK'c'm!er s, l.l"J. The splemhd ruins (if the lloyal I'alace still stand on the borders of Linlithgow I.och. It is one d" the finest old ru.ns in the Kingdom onrc the hn ot royalty now pos sessed by rooks, daws, Iiz.anls, m-ttles, and thistles. 1 lie rtiom in winch p )or ."Iary commenced her hfe ef earthly Borrow, is now full of nettles ; the iining-hall, tiie banqueting room, the l-ed-room;, where Kings and Queens once rcveht d, and held their councils, are now full of witlcs, thUllcs, and creeping things, and the winds howl lism.iliy through rooms ence tilled with tlie soft tones of the lute and hirp, and the melody of Highland bag-pipes. Tie. room that once rang with the joyous l.ni"li and iunortnt mirth of the f jueenly child, now tvhucs the harsh, coarse cry of the jui kdaw ai d the rook. Lut the scenery is the same, exactly the same, as when Mary, in the happy ilays of her childh'Hwl, laughed and seam per d about that palace. There is the beautiful Loch there are the little islands there is the gentle slope to the Loch the green turf the surrounding hills and green fields; but the royal actors have parsed away. 1 h ive just been reading John Knox's History of the Reform ation in Scotland. John Knox hail more of the spirit of a savage than c f a Christian. Hi; could not look upon the Hi-its of .Mary wt2out horror, but he could look ujon the murder f Kenton ami Ki.:iio with unfeigned delight. In the i:m?s he saw nothing but i.i :i :.. ,i .1 : i. "i:.. it- me u vu in u:e nurti 'i', iioniing im v nr..1;. hj.j moral sensibility was shirked by the inus.e. and daii'-ing of 3Iary, but his heart It-aped fir joy ier :i battle whiv h laid fu , th-t,ts,uhl I'.ipists stilf and cold in death, and gave the l'rutest. ints a triumph. Hclrnnnt H. St. t'lairsville, pai Muskingum II. Putnam, par tolutn. Ilk., New Lisbon, par Davton Iiank, par K. & M. IV, Stcubcuville, par Hank of Wooster, Hank of Chilicothe. par Com. H. of Lake Krie, 10 dis. Hank of Cleveland, 10 dis. t'lhana lin king Co. 05 dis. foanville Hank, G5 dis. Corn. Iiank of Scipto, 12 di. It .ink of Ilarf.ilton, 12 dis. Miami Kx. Co. 30 dis. Lancaster, .. Iiank, 12 du I -.u: . I.. . f. 1 . .1: j , .uiLiuaii tos. vu. 1 j Kemickv, All Batiks in this State par i Illinois. 60 dis. I $Uate Hank. 4 Jis. 15 Iis. j Lank of Illinois, -iO dis. I Ml?OIRI. par j State IJ. and Hunches, par I New York. pal 1 Citj- Hanks, par ! Co'Jtitiy H.inks, par j Maryland. pat ! Ilaltimore City Hanks, pai ; Country Hanks, par , Virginia. par' H.of V't.and Hranches, 2 dis. Farmers Ilk. c f Va. do 2 du. Valley flank d.i 2 di. Kzchane H. at Noif dk,2 dis. N. W.H.of Va. Wheel , 2 dis. M. & M. Hk. tt do and Hranches, 2 dis. New Error tKD. H.iston City Hank, par AH other solvent liks., ö dis. rrNsifLVANIA. Thiladclphii City Hank, pnr Pittsbuigh Hanks, 2 dis. par par pil par par par par pai pu tlie contiacton. PattntMit will he made y the L'nittd St iles at the peiiods above s;etifi l, (exeeptinji the ttii per centu'n to he wi-hheld until the completion of he c ntiatts, a ht f )ie stited.) after the aid heef and poik shall have been insjected and lece! Vei' and ,NM" foi the sariib swill have hcen preset ttd to the mvy acnt respectively, duly ap- , pioved hy the command ints f the repectivc navy-yaids, acc.rdin4 to the terms of Ihe contracts. The paits of the t ei f to he excluded will he particulaily designated in the eniavinj; to be attached to the contucts. P. tsoas interested can obtain them oil application at this ollii c. HidJcrs n it hcictofue contiactvirs ate lequire 1 to accom puiy their pioposals with evidence of ability together with the ii ones of their MMetr, whose responsibility must be certified hy the United Stales dutiiot attorney, navy aent, or some other person well known to the (loveinment ; other wise thtir proposals will nut be acted upon. Hid lers whose proposals arc accepted (and none others) will he foithwith notified thereof; and thiee da sover and above the oidinary time leipiire! for the ie:ular transmis-i.m of the mail will be allowed for them to signify their teidiness I ti inter int'j c ntract; and Ich days ovr r and-abovti the ' ordinary time rcfltihed for the irular transmission of the mail will be allowed Lir the execu'ion an I lelurn ot a con- i; . I I.IMi 'ii the reiinsv U.inia ( anal, w til rt reite all pro-1 ci::l!v invite 1 to etaimne their iIik k h 1 re run hasinc eWuhere. pi-ity di'sojiird to Itf siii;iiiM.d fiom tins ii;i Cast h wild line, and '1 hey Hrll al ihe lowest city priren, and lel narrnnted in l inj ftitt the s-.ime t. riu.tiir'':i frek or shhice t ro.MMm.oi either 1 thai tliev ran five sal turtion lo hII iisti-mer. They v ill till II or lute or at I'ltistmrsrli only rliinruia iirai:rs nnd other eipi-nses, drs for Tol.ai co, Srnitf and fii-nr, al Ihe shortest not ice. 4-fm which they may acni.illy have to pay and will lake nil property of- ! ;: ... : Z. 1 fered,h ttii l:ne thn.u-h lo l'hilj.l. I,.hi., an.l Italtiinore, inassliorta I'li)!!!, IS:tlltr, Mllil tLStl'lS. tint-and a: a hole lo-.ir rates than .my other agency in the place. ! Slti. ;)i,of ihe firm ol FJtf,Smüh Cet,for the art Sil .f i-i-rs vill find Ih.-ir property com out in much better order I last, years" tiiamif . tnrer if Ihe eel'.nriteil HarC'tt Cards, wnul'l in- h tins Ui.iii lv any other line. Im h Jo n,i employ the I'ortahle or form the p-dilic s.u l the p.iti.iiis ol the old eslaUishinrnt, No. 11, Sect ion l'rii:iis, as in this line t Im re i- im tr.iniiiit done oer the ' 1'ulioii strei t. here he has alw ays tieen employed, that he eoiiliiitiea nii'iint.iiii'- Ii mit 'anal Co its ti Knl llt,,. i ;irs, and from Cars lo th 111:111111. irluie of all (he varieties of 1'Iaj inj:. Visitinf. and lilank Canal limits a run, whivh has t. he itone hy .liier line. i Curd heiet.-f.re l uimshed h the estatlihin nt ; nnd that order lor We als, mi) to ier hants nml others, lull. um eIMHU from the Fast, j the various kinds ill he I iiihfullv and ptoiopdy executed, on uppli th.it if they fiii' ty tins line, and eonsiii to Messrs Cl.nkson N. Co.. c.ni"ii to his sole :i -:-nts. Me-sis. i;iy liiham, No. 7 1, t'uluxi t.. ;il the lollowinz price t, usual ilisrount oil for can,or lomtwcwiio 1 1 1 1 lo eil acain via: lutstionth, nml t'liii nt Aladisoii, ve will fuiivnril their "m.Js lo all interior pi. ices w ithout coinniisstdii, either :. t rm-lnirrh or Hits lare. MadlMHi, la., 11". 3-.'fm M I'J'CIIKLL A. C( K Caleof :..r, (Jliain and IM, Wave, Diamond, Marl lenpd VI1it0 Exchange - selling rate. New Yoilc, 2 pi em. Haltirnoie, 2 Philadelphia, 2 rEClr EUTIN G RATE. Amenean (1 dd, I piem. Foreign Cold, I " Silver A . l lie .H11I111I lifc 1 11 hi 1:1 nee Comp in v of IVcw Yoi'ld. mtlMS Institution. dnriiiL' the iiionth nt June, iwed Nine! v new - . r --a - fj - 0 l ohcien, viz M.W I A EI. fBIIOSK hoare scpi: n.li'l w i'li the luractcr if J-w David' , EL orllthrew I'la-tt r üiid Pr-i.in l'ilUuill doiihih Ik' lad to learn that muitlier l.ire shiomtiil has jithrti reeiti h (lie travehiiii? aiit who are now pr partd to f'iri-i-Ii loeal air nt iili lit'xli fnpplM huhu di.il I) . 'I lie iiiiineri.e qiiantitie of ihcm aril r h old, a re priM.f siiHicn nt of their n;n rior medieal virtue. Yet ; ,lmilt (here Ik- an iucrr-tttion mhi ir Utnjlio r !" atilietioii ho i toll" rinp miller II ihe horror of Lainr 'un t, 1!': itun.liihi, Smfrit l'utnt,r It'cak licit, I'nhi in the thU' r brrit Su- Hi ist Turnort, King's Evil. Oc. ( m 1 1 of uliicii 1 It 1 ii.i-iir seldom t' 1 Hire,) nr willi l)ijtirtfi, Livrr .Ijf'-'tfiii, I'rvrr, Chi I f'rvrrt 1 rrvr aud .!'', Scrofula, or any of ihe lieae ih.it 01 inmate in impuril y ol ihe IiIimhI mid eimil;ii Ihiiil, (for the a toiiidimi tur of wlmli lhee l'llls hae Ineome so popular,) fur the hem lit i-f -ncli we w ill uhjoiii it few txlrni'U of letter h!:oiii the etiniatiuti in which thte noiIn.no are lu iil, rin ie kiiumi- Iii.l::inaoli. April 4th, Hc. Mr. D. Harter Co. (cut. Y--U ill pl'ae end n lido.. lxi e Ht liri w Platter and 6 il .z I...- l riaii l'ill, iuini-li ly. 'Ihe deinund eontitiiie Knat untl e lul donhtless eil u lai'e e'lantit) thii ia-oii. Your resinetfnllv, , ' JOHN J. UWSI.KY, DrniTrit. J Newtown, la , April (Olli, IS4S. t.act and bond; at the expii ation of which peri d, if no! ' " - " V'"1 . . , . . .. . , ' i ,1Ä,.i PIjhI r and rerman I'tl! eoiiiiniie to 50 ort line, and a we aiv in ar- answer be icceiv d, or contract and bond returned, the supp! (. (( t f yutt t ,(.Mer B(.id MMm. ,(. Vtt. .,1,.,.. i u will be (drered to the next lowest bidder, accoiding to law. j , ,t,;l, lm,l,t i,ie tili Ih hiucIi wanud thi a.,n a ev. rt.Kly Tobe published once a week until the Ulli diy of Au- i tailing r.r it. Yomi truly, JOHN' MICK, Jr. jrust next, in the Uni n, Con.tituti n, ami Intelligencer, D. i r rraf..nUv'.IIe, la., J41 2: IS45 .. .. ,.- .., m t:. I rfe r. Tt. Harter and Co. Cent. I lir aolil nut nearly all ihe (..; Hepuoiican, uauiriioie ; r-inni x ...w...... x...-, , ,,,,.u f t,e j..l eeU lirat. d -It brew l'laer" mal "Cr and Journal of Coir merce, Ievv Y01K; rennsyivanian ana j Mi4l p,n,- 1,,,-ni.lied time ItacK. Il.iny VIII. do llecaturs, LUsler. drt do di per f ria. du do do .Merry Andrew, I 16 do llihi. uder. No. I, f , ., . Star and Muhle Hack, aw Ji flo !., No. 'J, do 12 do r.naiiie'led, Ivory, and Tearl sulfate Card, as per the following scale : Iire, No. 5, Knatiii lied, J-TJ.OO No. !.", i:iiinie!led, $".! 4, l 2.00 11. lo . nl 3, do ,?5 13, do 4, VP 1, do liO 12, do I, ! 1.2 l.'. Ivory and ( 0 -,, 1 1, Ivory and Trarlrar., Ir7 learl surf ice, ' 1", L25 No. II, h i, d. 151 I. i, do 1,75 S, do I, CO 1', do 1,5'J 7, do I.Ofl Small (., do 1,00 II, Ln iiiielled, 4.10 5, do 75, 1, do :.'. 4, do 75 I, do 3.IKI ;i, do Q s, do y,.ri o, do ra 7, do t!..r.i) 1, do SO o, do To Merchant and Trader, To Clerk, To A tent., To lliokers, To M;ni'il;n tnrer. To ltookeller aud i'ubhshers, To Iron Master, To HentHt, 'l o Teachers, To firmer, To Clergymen, 31 M 4 3 y o 1 1 1 o To rhjsii i-iiin, To Li yer, To Merhamu, To ArtiKln, To Supercargo, l o rresnleiit ef a Bank, To Cashier, do To (.elillemen, To I.adM'H, Live Injured, f. Condition of tltii rßet on Ihr I r of Ftltruary and at thU Julr llite. Ao. of Voluir.i Kitud. January 31st, l""t; Jime3'l, 151M ft'r. lire 'pin. Im 4 IWp. 51117 $-7,4ll I'll,'. 17 3,3I3 -fm't Wd. .J7.2TJ !. VI, .V.I 2 Inrreae "iiire 11 Feby. 127 Tif flitor tf thi (loorirctowii (0.) Standard, a Lo coti'iCO ilctliu'nt j-rcaclu r, jcakiii if an njij-oiiciit, s.ays : A true picturv f his oul vit;Ul lilicl.cn the rfiiiutti 2t wall in hell." ljiuh.iitlr Journal.. It wouldn't hheken l'nnities htnri. (Jh. F.rt !. Th mind need not dop en situr.t'.o'i, l.nt may 1 rendered independent f extnutil tliin'. (iovcm tin iiiiojjiintitiii, and we s'iull lc well w l.er'..uevtr we harij'Ui to Lc d;ictd. SMi r'i lli!AV, Fecretary. Miti ni I'otr, riiician, ."tii4 H roadway. Mi ln.fll $.VI'J M. KUIJINON, Freaideiit. l.'-rv i.i;.yas ,i!cums kstati:. TU" ''!''!' Uherehy piven th. t on the 14th day f Mav. 13l".ih 1 underU'iied lookout letter ot adiniiilslr.iti n o i Ihe estate ol Ih MtKiiHt, late of Marion county, Indiana, deceased j aide late M I elieved lo lie nolvent. rT.oti iudchled to aid es'ate are hereby notilied to make payment to the undersigned without delay, and thoe h iving c laim aain-l taid estate are iittified to present their iirroiiiit p niei I y adjusted for sell lenient within the time allowed by law. KLIZAHLTU McK.MTT, July 5,115. 1 1 3v Adi-ih'jtt.ttri c. iulIic Sale oT tin IVrsonal IMntc uf Ltnvis H( liniff. 'J'OTICK i Iirreliy jsivrn, that on Tlmrtav, the 3 1 mC day of July 1 Hi-tint, the pooiU and chattel heloinin lo llie estate of Lewis MtKiutl, late ot M..rion cotintr, I ml Una, decensed, consMinp nf ln.tse, cattle, hoc, a quantity of honsi ImiI nnd km hen lurnituie, f i lining utensil., &.C. w ill 15 Hold at (he residence of the deeeed, in Vaiduntnn township, ly Ihe utnlersijued adiiiine tratrix of nanl es tate. A cred it of rune mouths u ill he iven, purchasers giving iioir pprovnl M-curity in all ta-nn. .T.e to i i.oiioeni-r I len oVIoik Kevstone. riilladeluhia : Momini I'ot and Times, Hoston ; N. II. Tatriot, Concord; Katern Arktis, Portland, Me.;, Kiquiicr, Richmond, Va.; lleacon, Noifolk, Va.; Euquiiei.l Cincinnati, Ohi ; St itcsman, Columbu, Ohio ; Union, Nash ville, Teno.; Heister, Springfield, III ; Oemociat, Chicago, 111.; Fiee Tress, Detioit, Mich.; Stale Sentinel, Indianapolis la ; Missouiisn, St. Loui. Mo.; Democrat, Louisville, Ky.; and fiaette, Lexinjton, Ky. Proprietors of ihe above papers aie uriucsted to 5cnd a copy of their respective papers containing the adveituemetit lo this buieati. t Au. 1 1. imii Kin otici:. Wr.RSis ii.ter. si d re liereliv inr.irnied that (ajmeiit will lie D made lo contractors on estimate for work on the road north of Hdmhoryl the Tuemlay .f AtiRUst, Olivier, iVcemlier, IVbiu nrv. Ant d and June at Franklin, Indiana. . ' U'LX. JACKSON, Ser.'y. itoi ri.(; cloths. BIIAVK for s.ile the liest quality of t'ermmi Arclrer brand Dohm CM,', , und millers are invited toexaniine them before purchasing; 'T llieir oualtty I refer lo Mr. lt. K. Cndethill, of ldianaioti. ' VVAl. J. JOHNSTON, NJ.. coiner of roiirth a-d Va!nt?t f.reet-. ('Kf atiiioJ 4w v7mm:hjkx v siiiir.wsmiscv, oi!itni .sion nml Fi oilurt 3I;rcliaii!, i i ACM mm y. R. N. .. ROIUNMIN will (n a dincing twnooi at .ir. Ihake's hotel in Indianapolis, f"r "he irtrittioii of the otiti of lioth sexe, in which will tie tativht Hie nioit flish aide Btyle ol dancini;. Ha a of tuition lor ten:ieit:Mi on Mr.nday und Thursdays of eah week at 7 o'clock, 1. M. Ladies cu Saturdays at U A.M. and 3 P.M. Schisd to coininence Mon lay, July II, If4.. Mr. It. w ill itive private lessons in da nein or waUiin? to those who may de sire to hike them, at their own re Idem e if preferred. I l-lw nt. in Ihe inoriun. Jul) j, li 15. LI.lZAIlLTil M KM IT'. 11 3-.v is Adiiiiuisti. liix. LOST. ON Vn',ii'n!ny,Thtirsdnv,r. Friday yt, a Valhrr wnllet.rnn tainiii? atM.nt f.nntei n d'ollar : tinea Tve dollai bill nnd another n one dolUr bill.itieone on the Hank or Uiica.N. V.,lhe Kheronlhe Itankol riainfield, N. J., on the hark of lush of which ihe word ' lio" was written. The rest was Indiana liana paper, nit n n rill Uli dollar iilIh. Siiuih .mi:, of 111-VHIiafir WC'lli lll0 in the Vit I let. One side of tlie w allet was marked "t !:i." A suitable rew ard w ill he iveti for a return of tint M:ne to the J' scrilier. -'Jw JAM IV JOHNSON. :i-iril au'Jiiut the S.114M-ro.. JJ'tU. I'.VA.N Lut just received a frcli HitUItf f Vacine i TI;os? wisl.i'i: their fiuniücs .vaccluuted will plissre nt Hs o'.Vn e '.M duur cit of Uruwnia'. 1C-3.-.i man I'm, m iuriu.ii u inn "K iuit, miii ii wi.uiu in- weil lo kesp me well plied, a 1 lind caIN lor the riedieiue increaiiog lad). 1 would lo re tat-, that 1 have no article in my driiq-More ihst riir I ite r ati -la ti ion than llie "1I tu w plain r mid "I'eriPn Pills." NOAM S. THOMPSON'. Wn-l.iiiUl.'ii, la., Auir. 31, 1844. Mesr. I) Harter and Co. Cenoj. Ai ili"- rpiet of man), who aie anxiously aw a nine rri ' 1 of m iiev j t y .r your le- brat d "1I to l'lni-r" mid 'M'n -i ni IMI," e u i in- on i he r. roi' lime ain that we are out. We have fn-quent call for hoili plaster mid I'lIU, whicdi render general atid'aeiioii. l'lease etd in am. tin i lot imnn diau l) aud oiili;-- uur rtiHclfi.ll, (lAI.I.AGIir.It T U'ALTKUS. lihsontit hi Kd'ar eo. Ill , May 14, IS 44. Mer. P. Hmtei and Co. We have ld all lheeilehrm.nl Ie hrew riai r and l' ria Till I f t i'h a Jew day 5. ou nli a sc Mini 11 4 or 5 d uiic liniin d.atel) . ' . I. II . I 1 IX 1. , I i sx Tim o) , j . n.i i.r. I, loMir, July 8, 1K44. Mear I), fiilli r rtJ Co. tlcnt. We hae Mtil all the -.brew I'tarti r bli with u and a there- irieat rail for it we w i!i ni to nd nt at h Ht 2 or 3 do mint' and aliu I do f the l tmm mIIm. Vuui. n-HpiUlully, HI MM 4 (iOS. Ilbmulield, Kdar Co. III., Ma) 27,1811. Messrs D. arier mid Co. (itm Ihe Till and Plaier ton !( n, eanie to hand in t;oid onh r. W i- li.ic n inen a-.a d Uiuaml for llo 111 slid i( proinl- (osiipli'de all illo r hunts ,!' nnint iiits in tin vicinity. v' 1 UA1I.KY. Hanliii'lmr, la., S p. 3, lh44. Mt-.ars 1) IluV r A" Co. Sir. our Joe riai. r x.m left with me lo U 1 al! m d 011I nn- lime since. 'lie- IVfimi Pill aie all o'il but u few Ix.xi. Ib ih l la-ti r and l'ilii rur e;en ral tali-ladioit 1 h if nn- to tu au in l asim; I inainl lor leiih ar tuK. Yours ve.y reKcifuIl) , J AMKS MelMOS. VilliamHiit. la., S.-.. 27, 1844. I) 7iil sfid Co. Hear. Sirs I hae sold all ihe IVikiau l'ill that ..ii 1. I ere, and sliutild be ijla l to f. t oiiie more. The) have neeoni.lehd nui-c! in ie.aud ..re in ijiiat demand. I he 1'itls aie ealhd lor si viral limes every d y. If )uU caunoi come ihn way soon p:ia.e, end some by. Youc, , ,c. R ( Sinee the ktiove b tier n received, we have Utii inf u med I the riter that ihe case aliud, d to in the ahove, a that of a join." man Ii io ' lo ne W who for veal inoiilli h.l h 11 101 lon d 10 a I likened r.m, fiom an a'-mand can of inllammaiioi, ... ibe ee rendei-iuir lnm t'a'''J bind. Atur app.)niK e, r) n ine.ty wiih.ii hi nach, without nein in an hem lit, he comment! d us ii.Vibi. Per-iao Ulis" Hi.dbAdu . d li e... bul a .hurl time w lo o airinlhiiniualioii h it him, me, hi hcnUh Ucau.e 1 rmaiiciitl) re iusiat I. KintNissed r 11 nulled Crd, tinted and plain, beautifully polished, ith eant designs as borders. 7i.V7.7iV BLI.Yh' CUiDS. Small blanks, (p!a) lug ia-,) .No. 1, $15 per cross. 1I0 '., 12 do Lnrire do I, S4 do do V, SI do DiMi' le size nt small, 1, 30 do do 2, V4 do fouhln i7.e cf Iirse, 1, do do ., do Ato, al! the aliove sir.es nf every rotor to order. Other si.es cut loonier of any of the foresting qualities, .t.'urmii Curd of v.imm iza s made lo ord r. (old Umiered Cauls, do :ilted.'e do Ktiamelled sheets cap size, and 20 by 21 indies. I vory Surface, do do Pearl, do do iil.ii.k Sheet, do do AI-mi, liailrond and Steamboat Tickets made to order, of any color, or of dltretelit Color, a desired. The Milrriher invites all Kditorsin (he V. States and Canada, whet are dispose d to take th ir ia) in I 'ards. and w ho w ill end bun a ropy of their er containing this ad vert noun nt, to insert it tsj tttresi month. ULU. CDOk. .Yen Yik. .4prtl'2-V SI t ' .1 t a Ik s ticiiiil rain m.P liäd- Mr hant. 1 ,n A j,,,,,.,, J K Oiks' (iut'iinVId ; J.-e 1. Ma l -ek 4" Co., iMnville; W ili.ani M.. V. And- ri i K. (Iret o, llmwi sh.irKll ; Jacob Lomk-, ll'Vi viMe; Je- 11 i'k t, I'Uoifi 1,1 . j.d,,, Hern 1 ', 1 rankhii. 15m PALM I.SH1' HATS. I l'C2i:.N jul imlvtd at tur la ton Hal 'nt?' liAlkil. AilO.NkL IIIH I Io AM) NTACaU OF- vivt:, i:u iiiii, 14. A. Wm ESowtTS, i'ropricfor. "VIM above Hollge, f. .r tue 1 1 kept by I. I. Sloan, is now in the '"i oeenp.iiiev of . V. I'.ow ers, ;i nd .Jeil foi llie reception of bi frieudsand llie public ein ra'ly. 2U-tf au Skirs 110 1'i'i , ixsti ! iiMlirr. It AMI'S I. IUI AKT., (asisled by H. Rrown,) fiKitimiea lo kep " lh above named Hotel. Puru.jt (lie it-t summer, be has built an : ddilion to hi f.nuir esi.itdisl.ioenl with Ii enables I11111 to prerit to the public a number ol neat and commodious rooms. Iiis Hahe aud carriage hois5 are calculated to acroiinin!te a lirce number uf htses and rarrl.icea Hi hill shall le reasmmble and he w til be hap py to m rommodatu all who w id far him with their custom N...:i. IM:t. 2Mf Tavrrn, Ar. lo ItViit, :utl lt l SvlU fflllir. Hay Hm 7r.'r, Sf.i'.Vs, A:c-,ou Ma'n Tahinfton it , ,.n tlie Court ll.sn-r. I ndi oi o-lis. la . lo rf, if apfStrtl ' 1. )..; and some ihc tp inthebtt part of Indumapolui to ttlU 1 . . 1 ... 1- ee tue oiii'eii"iici at i'' i a in. July 7 It IV II JAMtV n. RAY. t::rr.tri'lo.3;uY, Ar. jf I1 V. aoited, li i 11 drums. Almonds and Raisins, Pickten in jars, snull. J-iyauM man Ii safes and can.tlei.ticiis, also llraM e.and'.estiiks, Ki-ad's p.uibles, forks and many other artirlra loo nuiiieioiistou.eii'ioP, heiiiH r than evei b '-0 ei criil; don'l fc. Cel lo rati si II IHH'.ltl.y 's r or lief . - 4J " VA!tMSIir.s7 CtOPAI. Varnish. Cach do.soieiior Jaau Varnl-h, Plark do : ) re.eived i.t tlie Utiic more of 7 I. CK AI (it! F. AO. A ipunlrty of Koie f.-i sale cheap at the Sentinel OtW.