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Fair Sail in ?lr. Hamilton.
41 Ab tricks in on Trait Urs.1"
Being in the office of the Indiana State Sentinel on
Saturday laut, my particular friend and opponent for j j q.
auditor, John V. Hamilton, made his appearance and
procured a considerable number of the full Peinocrat-
Tnn Chinamen. The IJoston Transcript gives the
following account of the celestials brought by Mr.
Peters of N. York, and who created so much curiosi
ty while there:
Ainoncr the strangers now in Boston, are three re
. " . . ......
Ohioans Captured! (Jurat Excitement!! On
the evening of, the ÜÜi, three men from Ohio, Mr. C.
Loraine, Mr. Garner, and Mr. Thomas, all of Wash-
DWIOCKATIC CA N D I DAT KS
07Thc following is a list of Democratic candidates
ington county, Ohio, w ere seized on the Ohio store, for Representatives in the several counties mentioned :
by a body of men from Virginia, and lodged in jail at' Counties. Candidates
Purkersburgh, iipor tile charge that they had aitUd
linatncn, good specimens of the inhabitants ot . the escape of slaves. , . .
the Celestial Emnirc. Thcv appear in Kill Chinese The facts as we learn .them
costume, long black queue and all. and arc al laches of"; negroes, belonging to Mr, llcrvcrt!, of Vo
?se Museum, wliich is soon to be; Va., make their escape -into Ohio; tlmt:E
We have already sin ted that one of these China-
ir.ronntv tirlnt-a fiir thi rnnntv. whirh lnd inst hern! tllC famous ChillC
, . , ! ioocned here, and will form an interesting part of that
r.T-intr.l. I immrilintoK' nut on inv nii7.7.Iinrr pan. in uiRl.' . uwu lu"" " 1
1 V ' . 3 x: ' c ' exhibition.
oruer to divine the reason lor tins strange procedure,
in one who I had been led to believe desired any thing
else than my election, lias this man, thought I, turn
ol Democrat, deserted the whig-sand declined running
for auditor 1 Has the annexation of Texas and do
termination of President Polk to Hog the Uriti-h ra
ther than give up Oregon determined him to support
the Democratic candidates for Congress and the State
Legislature ! I could not believe that either of these
motives governed him, and that only two considera
tions could have operated upon him in the purchase of
these tickets. The first to ailbrd himself and friends
a facility to swap olT one or both the whig candidates
for Representative, for Democratic votes for Auditor ;
and the other to give him an opoprtunity to scratch oil
my name from the Democratic ticket and insert his
own; and, by having these mutilated or spurious
Democratic tickets placed among the genuine on the
day of the election, he has hopes of thus smuggling
in a few Democratic votes at each of the townships,
and, by this means, securing his election. The whole
procedure goes to show that my competitor despairs
of his election on fair arid honorable terms, and that
some resort of this kind must be had or he will be de
feated. If any Democrats choose to vote for Mr.
Hamilton, they have a right to do so, for I am flattered
with the assurance that many of my old Whig friends,
out of personal kindness, will give me their votes. I
hope, however, that my Democratic friends in each of
the townshijw will look out for Democratic tickets
Yilh my name scratched out and John V. Hamilton's
inserted, mingled up with the rest, for the purpose of
deception, in the hurry of the e'ection, and see that
no voter is in this way defrauded out of his vote.
(-Since writing the above I have learned that these
spurious or mutilated tickets are to be extensively cir
culated on the line of our Railroad, with a view, by
deception, of securing the votes of the Democratic
Irishman and Germans engaged on the work, many
of whom are personally unacquainted with me. I con
fess that when I heard this, the Irish blood which
courses in my veins flowed with great rapidity. Know
in" I had ever been tha defender of the sons of the
Emerald Isle, as well as all others who have sought a
refuge and a home on our shores, both in a public and
private capacity, and knowing too that of all others
they most despise hypocrisy and deception, I trust
that Generous hearted Irishmen and (icrmans will b
found to sec that I have fair play in the election.
Respectfully, NATU AM EL 1)0 ETON.
P. S. The above plan being exposed, I would cau
taion my Democratic friends against printed Demo
cratic tickets with my name left out and Mr. Hamil
ton's inserted, as a plan of this kind may now le an
ticipated. It is with reluctance I publish this notice,
as the county will bear me witness that I have treat
ed my opponent respectfully. Rut self defence impels
ine to the course I have adopted. X. R.
are these, that six
f Wood county,
among whom were the three above named, met these
11 crocs on the bank ; and were aiding them in the
removal of their hagage, when they Were seized, the
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men was a irotesor ol music, xiis name is m'ko- otner ionr escnpinjj. amis was uone wiinoui any
king. He is about thirty-live years of age, and has process of law. The Virginians say that thoy had
much more the appearance i f a philosopher than a
musician. He lias a very sedate ami impcruiroauic
look; and we understand he has never, since leaving
China, manifested any symptoms of excitement, ex
cept when he first got" into the cars upon the railroad,
on his way from New York to Roston. He is, in
fact, un inveterate Chinese; and seems determined
not to become a barbarian' if he can help it. Mr.
Weed, supercargo, mid Captain Kilham, of the ship
Razaar, in which the Museum and the Chinese gen
tlemen were brought out, took considerable pains to
instruct Lekoking in some of the facts of European
science, b'.U in vain. He obstinately persists in his
oriental notion of the perfection of the human race;
has no idea of the march of mind and all that sort of
thing ; and in spite of the testimony of his own eyes,
still doggedly maintains that the world is not round,
but as tlat as a pancake, and as long as from China
to New York. ,
Tsow-Chaoong is much more tractable ; and takes
great delight in the developments of the new world.
He is charmed with this country, and says he means,
after he has filled his three years engagement with
the proprietors of the Museum, to go to China and
see his father and mother, and then come back here
and live. He is about "Si years old, speaks Canton
English pretty intelligibly, and writes a fair English
hand. We have before us a specimen of Tsow-Cha-oong's
chirography, wliich shows that he Jkis already
made considerable proficiency in his European educa
tion. The other one appears to be of humbler rank, and
to hive fewer Chinese peculiarities. He comes, v, c
believe, in the capacity of a servant, and as a matter
of convenience has assumed the European dress.
They all visited Air. iSimpson's factory at Saxonville
a d;iv or two since, and were marvellously alloc ted by
the operations of Yankee labor-saving machinery.
knowledge of the designs of the Ohioans, which M-(v
derived unquestionably from the negroes; and that
hey were thus prepared to defeat the designs of both
artics. The friends of the captured whites tell this
itory ; that some seven weeks since, they were solic
ited by a white man, an elder in the Runtisl. Chiirr-h
in Virginia, and our informant thinks his name is
Romaine, to aid the escape of the negroes ; that they
refused to leave this State for tbat purpose; but said
hey were always ready to help the bond in their
eiforts to gain their liberty ; and that he returned and
entered into the plot agiinst them, for a promised
reward if they were captured of titty dollars.
I he Ohioans are to be eyamined on rndav ot tin?
week, before a called County Court, on the question
of their commitment for trial before the Superior
Court in September. The excitement is very great
on both sides. In Virginia, half the inhabitants of
Parkei-sburgh are armed, and prepared to repel any
attempt to release the prisoners. In Washington
county, in this State, meetings have been held in four
townships, (and several others are to meet,) with the
object mainly, to ensure a fair trial of the Ohioans,
though .in two of them threats have been made to
cure lawlessness by a violation of law in other
words, to tear down Parkersburgh jail, and so give
freedom to their townsmen. .
We w ish our friends in Ohio to be firm, but cool.
Mahan was seized on the same grounds, and in the
same way nearly; but a Kentucky Court and Jurv
acquitted him without a moment's hesitation.
Hoi:se Au.kn's" Fikst Court. Judge Allen, or
as he is commonly called, 44 Horse Allen," soon after
his appointment as Judge, visited the court seat in
(iasconade, Missouri. There had been several viola
tions cf the law in that section, and the 44 Horse" was
determined that punishment should be intlicted. Ac
cordingly, upon his arrival, alkr Siierilf, jury and
witnesses had assembled, tbo first order of the Court
was that each and all should 44 strip" themselves, and
iro to work and raise a suitable tenemant in which to
hold its meetings. This was the first building erected
for such a purpose in the county. 44 Well, ".af er hard
work, a number of logs, piled up together, v. ere inutle
to answer the purpose desired. The Court had come
to onler. and was proceeding with its legitimate bu
siness, when some evil disposed person interrupted
the proceedings, and insulted 44 his Honor,' bv utter
ance of some broad and ungeiitleiuanly remarks.
The Siicrill" was going on with his business, calling
the names of the Jurv, when he was interrupted by the
Judge with an order to adjourn the Court r filtcen
minutes! sagely observing, that lie thought it
would take about that time to complete the job." The
Court adjourned, and the Judge descended from the
bench, at the same time drawing his bo wie knife,
and advancing upon the fellow w ho had interruptct
the business of the law. The Judjre, however, found
that his antagonist was not the man for him, annul
as he was, so, throwing aside his weapon, he pulled
Washington Cm, July R, l!". oil' his coat, and to use his own words, 44 gave him.
Gentlemen ; My right to receiv e letters free of ( jtcrhajts, the d st licking he had ever had in his life."
postage, terminated on the last clay of June. At the; Pulling and blowing with the exercise, the Judge ro-
rate 1 am now receiving letters my iostage would be : turned to the bench, at the expiration of the preserib-
at least $."0O a year. This must originate from an! ed time, and ordered the sheriif to convene the Court
impression that I receive my mail matter free, as let- again. It was done, whereupon, the 44 Horse" -; :
ters are enclosed to me for the President and the! People!" said he, 44 1 am here to adjudge the la w,
rhembcrs of the Cabinet, with the request that I will: and administer Justice, by thunder! If you care any
hand .them over to these functionaries. Handled of i tiling about ciii.'izittinn, Pin ready to give you a
petitions retmestin the appointments cf postmasters, b uch of it, bv- ! As the Shcrili and lus otlircrs
and soliciting rny aid. upon which I am compelled to j are not enough, here am I single handed and if
tpay postage. My friends can command my services, ' any one says he ain't satisfied, I'll adjourn ihc Court
but my purse, I must reserve for the payment of my j ugani aud give him a chance !"
debts, and the support of rey family. With Shak-) It is hardly necessary to say that the ct'upiflli- of
spcare I once thought it 41 trash," but time an:l cir- j 44Hursc Allen's" Court was never infringed after that
cunistances have changed my opinion. Py law I am day. St. lentis Rcnih.
prohibited from prosecuting disputed claims, but any i
Cther business with the departments I will transact ( yc wau a inkling of an adventure a night or
Without fee or reward ; I will answer any interroga- Uvo sinrC) tj,at occurred a few Weeks ago. A young
tory, aud( upon all other subjects give such informa- : gentleman, belonging to the honorable" profusion of
tion a- I caii obtain, but I must not be burthened with tjlt. iaV(.f rK;caint. by his gallantries ainuii" the female
postage. This is not intended to apply to my friend-: 1MjrtioI of hls ln.lrrit.j acquaintances, rather olmox-
jy corresporuenis who wnie 10 Cnu me mu currem . IOUS to tnc husbands of th Ase ladies A sides 'finite' the
news, out to ucii as write me upon xneir own uusi
ncss. I am very respectfully
PoSTAfiF. ClIAKOEAHI.E TO THE CoVi:i:NllF.T t'NDF.K
the Xew Pot Office Law. The Union of Fridav
says tint up to the 1st instant, there was no method
of estimating the precise value (at the legal rates) of
the mail service required tor the business ot the dif
ferent departments of the general government. A
postage account is now kept", however, between tjic
Washington City pot office and the di deren t bureau
and departments of government, which shows the
mail service performed. The Union lias obtained the
following statement from the city post oll'tcc, which,
though no general criterion, is yet sutlicicnt to give
the public an idea of the mail service required for the
business of Mie (Icncral Post Otlice Department :
An exhibit of the postage charged since the 1st in
stant, at the Hvt otf.ee in this city, upon the quaitcrlv
returns rendered by postmasters to the Postmaster
-!) lbs. pM ox.
1 170 lbs.
11 -J lbs.
xl : iö
:3.u)o t o
iSh.ckford, Well and
Kosciusko mid Whilley,
Miami and Wabash,
Marshall ;uid Pulton,
iSohte und Lajrran:,
Porter and Lake,
F P. Randall.
David It. Turner.
Henry V. Tvdfurd.
( John S. Simonson,
J. It. lirown.
C William Lunius,
2 lt. D. Slater,
( James II . Lüne.
Ki.yil P. Cobb.
Samuel T. Clymcr.
C John ISowman,
( Hugh II. Scott.
( L. D. Cro(khank,
, Dr. Skinner.
( F. Mcl'ca,
f Win. SaHVr...
.John C. Faught.
S. P. Mooney.
( (ieo. W. Carrj
( David Io wis.
C Samuel Herron,
Henry T. Snook,
J hn Nelpn.
A. M. Delavan.
F. J. Hutler.
Thomas L. Wilson.
James C lItccolt.
C James II. Farmer,
( Henry Secrcjt.
C. T. Jackson.
Klias N. Keynalds.
C Willianv Shankx, .
I Henry C. Monroe,
We shall continue this list as soon as wcobtain the
necessary information to enable us to do go.
IMMAAAl'OLIS WHOLESALE 11 1 ICES
Corrtcttd fur the Indiana Stutr Srntintl by J. V D. CARLISLE tc CO.
JhUcrt und .MtrchanU. '
JIACON pr lb
flams ' '
3 00 a 30 NAILS cut
4, a ö Emus '
41 a 5J LEATHER sole lb
G a 7 Calf pr doz
2U a 22
22 a 28
COTTON YARN lb 15 a IG OILS per gal
CANDLES jr lb
COKE EE per lb
10 a !." 'Lnl ' '
S a 9 ll'ROVISIONS
! Means wliilc
8 a Oi.i .ns
4 a jychec-e
FLOUR AM) MKAL !La.d
City mills pr bbl 3 IK) a 3 20 S ALT pr buh
Couutiy bnn ls. 2 7.J a 3 00 üUÜAIl pr H
Corn 'meal pr tush 23 a 3d .SKKDS pr tiih
FRUIT pf r buslu-l ' CloVer
Apples dried 88 a 1 00 Flax
Do gicen 37 a oM! rimothv
PcachrJt diied 1 00 a I 12 SUNDRIES
OL ASS 'Feathers
Shy 10 2 25 a 2 50 Beeswax
10 by 12 3 23 a 3 OO Ginseng
GRAIN per bushel Tallow
HAY rcr ton
02 a i r,
20 a 2.j
'37 a 50
6 a 7
10 a 12
6 a 7
50 a C2
7 a 8
3 00 a 4 00
7." a SO
1 00 a 1 25
22 a 25
5 a 6
4 a 4J
MOLASSES pr gal 40 a 43
)C, a Soap tar No 1
20 a 2"No 2
10 a 20 TEAS gun powder 62 a bS
Imperial 02 SS
4 50 a 5 00 "t ounp hyson 30 a
4 00. a 4 OTOIIACCO leaf 1 a
-tj a 0, WHISKEY pr gal 25 a
&J04h iL. ill in rr im
TK'ii inv-iIi.iiUd x.lw.i.u ... . . m
licv of tK-verml year in a lili..i el im ale, and i in-vt-r kiuniu
fjil of curing f n er ami .'tr, or any of the dun-. umtr an.,,
Thiw lio are unViin tiun Ii - tf tins W.iia, a alu Uw:
lio have Ix toiar uivaliHü Intn tin ir HVt uhhi iIm- c4intKiit
ill fiuJ the India Cliolafjopue a mnit invaluable n niil) fr puri-
f) inif t IImmI, aitl tltoruiiglily cUaning Irum tl )it-n the mur
t)id fleet of M hitiotl climate.
The womU-ifiil ojn-ration uf the Cholaojtic ia cnnliratiiif bil
from the human ) , can only eiplain its -traonlinary i iiff
in the H-fdy, thorough arl x-rniaiif nt cure of ft vrr and ague, ittl
ihe varioui giadii of inU rmitti-M and niuittt nt fwtri.
(r7Thc following x a list of Democratic randi-
tl.ites to fill vacancies in the .State Senate, so far as
we have heard.
Districts. ,. , , CatiJiJalt s. .
Wnrrick, Spcnrrr ami Pi-rry, Mason J. Howell.
l.lMliort, Ktscui!iko and lutley, Abraham Lnppy.
I Ian ison,
Scott and J.n Uson,
iliirllioloinew und Jennings.
I):l.i are and (Irant,
Mmirue and Drown,
I'ourit' and Ilaiuilton,
l.hlia (j. English.
Jlt'D.in II. Harbour.
Franklin I Iure) in.
Aiidrew J. Harlan.
John II. Huberts.
C :iii(il:Kks for ( oii.ks.
I )i. tritt.
Ki'hcrt Dale tlwcr..
Tliomus J. Ilcnloy.
Willhm V. Wick.
John V. Davis.
Joepli A . Wright.
('hafb-s W. Cathrart.
V. It. WjUon.
J. C Kgleston.
CaleJi H. Suiith.
ith ri Fin ley.
J. II. Foley,
Uli V. Fanner.
K. W. .Mt Ciaiinliey
A. I.. Ilolmoa.
i?. ('. Sample.
L. (j. Thonison.
CINCINNATI, July 2C. Fi.oun Sales were made
at Canal yesterday at .. 1 .00 for-5(j libls.: GO bbls. nt
'M clear, iswrw tolerable la rje srles arnountin
to bids, at ll,J2, and another lot of "JOOat .',lo'
One brand were el.cted from Store. One small lot
from Störe at js'lJ..
Wiiiskkv. 77 bbls. nt 17! c. find 17?.; andSJO at
17ic., hirh pro4,f, tnt oil at Canal nnd J0 bbls.
from hivcr at 1 c.
Bacox. A sale of 7 hhds. sljonlders city- cured at
")c. hhds e.xiru ; :JO,0( 0 hams out of smokehouse at
7c; 1J bhtN. sides at (.b.; hhds. shoulders at "c; f
do hams ; country sugar cured hams at c, at fl,l'J
for the hhds.
Lai:1, No. 1. A sale of W krjr at 7ic.
From the IVahash Courier, July 26.
Departed this life, in the triumphs of faith, at
Clinton, Indiana, June the TJUi, 11", sister Joannah
Uaiinent Hrown, consort of Otis lirown, and daughter
of Jolm and Lydia Whitcomb. She was born in
Hamilton county, Ohio, DeccnnVr ith, 11. At
the age cf thirteen sbe removed with her widowed
mother and family, to this State, and settled nenr
Lafayct'c. In lS::, she becain: united in the holy
bunds of matrimony to her present bereaved husband,
and Fettled in the same town where she died. As a
neighbor, She was much esteemed, and was an agree
able coirpntiion, an affectionate mother, a verv u-eful
Sabbatii School Teacher, and a zealous devoted christ
From Han. Ros Wileimj, Unitrit Staff District Jwljt fi'lht District
if .Mkhijun. ' -! ;
Mr. Ethrnrd Ringham. IV troi, Ort. 30, 1M1.
IVar Sir With prtat ;1 aMirt-1 tau- the fart or the cunil t
and radical eure of the Ftvrr and Apnc iih ihi'h in) n Vil-
liiyn a attach. d, hy the u-e, ir xtiHiit to tlin ctH.na, of Dr. Oa-
ptKKl'n India Cholagotie. lie had as Mttre ait attjitk aIvr
v in t-d, and I ajr lu iul d a lonj winter of thi lia-, wliitlt
waikome yearagu the ra.e le n I rt-iU d at Tecumotti. im I
ai prj idciiiiall) I 1 to notice yoir l-rti-rm-iit in rt-latkoii to
thi medicin determined to try it, and the ue of one lwttk hroke
the (iii-a-, and I am contldi ut ha erTeeteil a radiral ciirr, t o
montli-lijve now tlapMd w itliuot a rt torn of ii, and my aoti it in
the enjoyment of rohnt hialtli. It i an im alnahlr nodKioeand
ahoiiltl Ih.- geutrall) known. HOJS WILKIN.
ftrn Ihn. Stephen V. R. Trow tutiuir, ttf.MuJtiun Siafe Senate.
I!ikmi.mim, Dec. la, IHI.
Mr. Iii tig ham Yon w iti meto iiitorm yt hat I know r Dr.
Ogood India Cliula'-gue, or anti bilious niedit iiie. I do Im In tc
that if the in lie aittl t Hirary of t Iii medicine were pin latl) know a,
the I'rvrr ami .lg tie woo Id duupjx-ar in M'cliigan.
I pni'iired a hottle in the nrinif 1841, ajid have good reaaon to
lM-lice tliat nnjtvij and J'aiuit'j rttaftrd thf ague to if tring in cn
fqurtitc of iff inc.
I'tihaps no similiter inee the settlement of thi fine" frt-niriMilar
Im the fV-vt-r and aine Ix n to it alt-nt as the la t. I have recom
mended t!ii medicine in linniei-otis Manet and w lit-n llic diea-e
had hecome fid and hal'h d tha skiil f 'hji(iati ;"and 7 hitvt
tirrrr kumctt tt Jail' It haa uiiierally prtluctd le ino-t hapy
ert'ect, an! 1 helicve it ha K r Ueeii extt di.l h) an) mtdiciiie m
reiiiKt iwjf the hi I ion lUau if ihe climate.
Vu ii-h rciKcilully, S I KI'IIKX V. I. I HOWIIIUDGK.
J-Vnw Hon. V: Fakoith, CkaPCillor if :M: Suite rf Mirkigan.
I in hoi t, March 'JJ. I 4-2.
Mr. Ethranl fiigi(;ii) Di t-ggut, Ih lie t.
Sir I have made n.- of Dr. C)ood India Cho'atie ami have
had lMrtonili T wiliH-iiiijj lis salutary efl ct wln ii iel by
others. I h line it a mint vahiahle imdicine for the cure f Jrvrr
i and Htfur ; and a No that it rojer will prutea mt rrrttritt
fifrvcniivc ajnmsi tta rw.lritm-, lo Iiiiii ('Ht'n who have b vx
artete' with it are liuble. Ycr) rifpt cif ill j, '
K. F AHNS WOK I'll.
(Tj'We are requested to announce JOHN W. HAMILTON'
as a ctiHÜ'lalc for re-elcctiuu to the olHcc of Auditor of Ma
rion county. m.
liMH l:U oz. Al.VI-Jl J",
This 1 arjre pum, charged to tite dej artment durinfr
the Vrt nine days of this month, is exclusive of the
voluminous correspondence of the IVstinnFter ( lener
al, the tliree Asitant Postmaster (lenerals, and the
Auditor. According to the new law, the tlepnrlment
falls upon the treasury of the I'rited States fur the
means of payment, in ease its revenue falls short.
New I)sta;f. Law. They are trying in Alaba-ii'a-tojret
their Candidates for Congress pledged to
go for repealing tbe new Tost Oiliee Law. Do you
know why ?
The old law rcjuired the Postmaster (General to
carry the .Mail in Post Cintcha. Now, in Alabama,
nnl a hircre part of the South, the principal stage
linw get an average of one iass:ntr. Of course,
th" cannot stijort theinvolvcrt. Iitit what does the
goveriiiiiciit do! It nllvcrties for a ::u::tract to car
ry the Mail from New Orleans to l'eiis:ieil;i, and va
rious other pla;ej in Post Ciui -hcs. Uf course, the
nail contractors make their bids bigh enough to cover
the irho!'' I i usi -s nf running ft'.' Clutches. Thus the
jtcoplo in Alab:un;t, Florida, South Carolina, &c. vVc.
Jjet their Pott Coaches run anf paid Jor by Vtoicrn-
"'T- l r j bam streets, riiil.idelphia, got into a quarrel and fight
Lnder the New Law the I ostmaster Oeneral must ; on Sunday week, and during their struggles knocked
contract in the chat mann,,: On the-e routes it ! a Mtl uf pojli,, i 0vv vQT upon one of their children,
in I l,.i . 1... ..... 4 ..1 . fP! ' . I . 1 . 1 .
w ii in. i.iujeti u poH-nuers. x ,Us. lMe reason ;i LTjri .,hout ,,;2jlt nr j,,,. VCJirs ( . s-ahlin her face
From Lcr ICS Apkott, .V. P., lu'e Surgeon I'nitrd Sta'e .Irm-jl
H:TioT, lli t. t .
To Falicard Bingham, F.q., Jgrnt for t fir tali ef tlr a CA
. 1 i I " 1 & Mil III II 11 11 lilt) lll.tl 1 lirt u-i II tinr lim nvi.f,"11-.
win, una a ueuieu menu to tue way-worn luncrani ; ,, ,,ar,d i,, t i.arV, og..d, m. D.,f..r .i.te.m.tuot ivv.rSa.d.t
Minister. During her i'?kius, two of Jier brothers ha cM-edd my m.t Miiuine t..itationii in the cure of id
(James Whitcomb, liovejnor of Indiana, ami Rev. di i fie i a ron;dfnv In nmnundti.; rt reifmi) ft
David Whitcomb of the Ohio Conference,) visited her. i and biglii) u-mficiai nnij and cure r..r r r od jSw,iliill u-
Slie talked freely-n nil calmly with them, and others v,r t,,,,,,,, "S" ,,f " other rini of intermitient ieer. "
about death and'her blessed prospect of Heaven. 1 ,u f,,r,IwT UMl, U,i,t ,h,v ini"7 r: "
n., i tili , i .i iii ' o'li-r w ht-re it lia Neo otd acquired a very Inch T )'.itat'or, an I
liius lived and thel one who in de.it i com d lean . . . . , , . ,, ... . , , M
, . . . 11,11-. i tliat in ttry eae where it has 1m"1i nd to my kaowUdi, it haa
her lie:ul on Jwti, nnd broaliie bet llfe-out sweetly 1 ,r,intlMv f n,,,M., -i a Mdy e.tn.nt.d reM.rtd to the n.o-t r.
there. Her luneral was preached by the writer of ivct h-.afrh, -h-n art othvr remedies have faii.d.
tliis article, to a largo and deeply alfected audience, j ite5icifoiiy y..nr., Lucirs ahhott.'
t'iat nave ev'dencetba. they hn'l been bereaved tf a much ! l'rirexi jo. Sold m Cincit.nati, Ohio, whole-ale and ittaiihf
loved 'friend ; but their 1 j-s is her in. She sleeps ! sanfoiid fk I'AIik, neiai nu f. r the Wti,.t the,rv...
in the e-rave-var.l bv the side .f ,lr f,.,r .-hittlrcn ' I-1 f,,r ",e Mk ,,f i- " M.ci.k, iM.ril.i.i
that were buried in infancy, to await the sound of the ,
trump that will bid them arise. May Heaven bless!
her b -rcaved husband and little daughter, and friends. I
O! that the whole faiiiijy may meet in Heaven!
Newport, Ind., July 1(1, HI.").
Si' LCI A l7 X OT 1 C LS.
Your obedient scrv't.
WM. J. DIIOWN.
A. J. F. Cf I ATM AN.
Thf. rRiNTiN; Telepath. The New York Com-
renutation uf lieinrr nuite too rakih fiir a married man
j . e l - "
j At length his attentions to some of his near neijrh
i bors were so pointed, that his wife, an exemplary
: woman, distinguished for piety and virtue and domes
I tic tjualities, remonstrated with him, and entreated
1 him to desist, for his conduct had made her extremely
unhappy. Of course, he promised reformation, but
Isaac Suit! It
Is our authorized agent to obtain subscribers and
whv the folks down there do not like the lu-
mcrcial savs : "Our readers were informed, the other that as merely to uuiet his wife. The gay Lothario
itav. that we hau seen the iroru oi tins new msiru- ot a hus ham 1 continue his fa antries. ami thev occa-
mnnt 9 cli r of m nor . ha V t lur Oil it Somf! Words nr i nt- ii .1. 1 v rn in., tn n-'.f, l.i.t ho rnnw.i.Jr.! by Mr. Kendall, tor publ.CatiOll, W
cd bv the telenranh. We have since had an o;mortu-' no lon-er. seekin-' conxdation in the endearments of I ttr,?c.l.i'f a. k'Uer frum (;tnt;ral
nitv of seeinir the machine itself seen it at work, her children. HaVii" some leiral business to transact i ! vlx :. . I
Ami n rntwt inrrpniotis. wonderful thirer it is : and. so with no ,f l.iv fri..,,! mir mihmt .rrnth.i.mn .lhwl ' Un SllhjCct Ol my papers.
ww - - - -w ... ' - 7 j - v-a . ' - '- wav v a V1V It 1 11 I IV W i
Jackson, dated Mav
What a singular inedby a newspaper must be ! In
one ctdunm von lind a lalwred and swelling enlogv of
J uxirlriil (rro'idiAJj nit rutif It ii'iiflräti t 1 4 1 tr'i rj ntäil I
U lllltl II 11. Ulli' .r-. U ' UH IHM UUtll 1 IUI ILOIf HUH ' , f . -a' t
ir,snirf.il l,v ,rrmv: in tl.onovt nnnnnrs t!,o hi.torv i rCra!)l for payments for the same, ontlUurther llO-
of the crops ; another occurs a meagre witticism ;
(tcatn ; and then lolloa the deaths and marriages. T(? firsl iWtUfxJ, Kxhih'im,,, of the Phmnean
All tastes (and no tate at alJ) must he consulted. Society of Indiana Aehury 1'niverily, will be hold in the
Sorrow and fun, business and nonsense, must all lind College Chapel on Tuesday afternoon, August lith, at
a place in the f di'J of four pages, or people " will half alter-3 o'clock. The annual Valedictory perhirm
stop the paper.' j aiu:c;s will take place in tliK "Society Hall qu Monday ihe
o..-' !i I- ir- leih, at ;i o'clock, I. M. Ti friends of the Inctitution
i.ii'n-ni.Mi v M i uii liitill iiiu lila Hl'i-, li- i ., ... --.p..!!.. i . i n i i
... . , . 1 ar" respectlullv invttetl to nttend. All former members
Itlinjr Itl lllC neiZlllMirllOOtl OI l.UUOHWOOil anU Unl- 0P ll. SocktV will he wnrmlv wln.f.W on il...ir rrtnrn
to the Halls ol their Alma .Marer.
JOHN W. CHILDS,
Car. -bVr. ' fie Vlntuiuan bocittij.
(Inri NCAsrLE, July 18, ld-15.
.4 II M L I S T I S A TO 1 1 S SALK.
'OTK'II in lierehy pi veil that I will eMi-e lo sah; hl iuUir aur
1 tion on Kiid.iv. ihe 2d dav nf August. I I.i. nt tlie late residem e
V fe'' dlVS aor, in lVs- f Ifltr Rutk dneased, in Wayne l..vnhip, Marioii rounty, la., all
me personal riieriy ol u.e t.uI lc eaeil, conistins ot lMrseK, one
aw, one t. a ho? vvason, one two htrse I'earock .plough, ine Unn e
plough, one harrow Ium h.i.I.IU s, gears, rullar.nlrd fit mills Utensil.",
household 1'iii nif.ire, ami oilier arln les Im tedious to mention. A cred
it of nine iimmli will W. given on all sums ol" three dollars and i.r -wards,
the pun haer givnu: his unit- n if la ngiproved seciinly.
2, HJJ. I73w-"i MFILIXIFJ. HULL, .Idmr.
I erehy given tdiit Hie r.nder? ined ha-? taken letters
1 w of adiiiiiiistration on tint estate ot" l'cfi r Hurk, late of Marion
All persona imlel-tetl to
.ni. .,, m.;.j j a siioekui" manner. Tlie child is hardlv
j expected to recover, and if she ikes live, will, in all !
probability, be much disliured.
.Kkfki t of IiiAseir.n.p v.
I'll f. of ( I en nr. a i. Ja'kso. For the information of;
the rub he. savs the Union, we are renueste. to vtnti.' i f uam.iuiu v. .v lew nays affi,in
that the publication of .Mr.Kend ill's Life of ( Icneral ' ,on a fal,r, in a petulant moment, struck bi3 child
J.ickson will be resumed about the first of next month, ! a.K'cld it oil a chair upon its h,-ud. Tlie child
and concluded by the close of the present year. To u ta lMC l,(,xl ,la' eniepiencc oi tue injury,
reuiove some erroneous impressions which are abroad ! Daniel 11. Towers, of Ho -bester, X. V., has been
in reference to this matter, we have been furnished ; sentenced to two years m the Slate I'rison, upon a
ith the following conviction ot perjury in obtaining his bankrupt pa
far as we can iud-'e, perfectly ellicient. Wc are re- at his ottlce on .Main street, one afternoon, and found
stricted from telling how its operations are performed, it locked. Anxious to attend to it before the day
or riving any intimation of its construction ; but of closed, he called again just about twilight, and as h"e
its doings we may sjx-ak, and surely there is nothing ascended the stairs to his friend's room, the door was
wc can say that would go beyond its merits. Its ad-, unlocked, and a lady closely veiled eafie out and
vantages over Morse's telegraph are, greater rapidity pas-ed down the steps into the street. Lv.jr on the
of action, greater certainty, and facility of use by any iookout tor a new conquest, business was forgotten,
person. Fur .Morse's telegraph there inut be a per- and he decided on following the lady to her residence,
son at each end capable of translating the hieroglyph- On overtaking her, he tried to engage her in conver-
ic marks and dots; but the printing telegraph makes sation, but not a word would she utter, nor did she,
the ordinary letters, arranges them in words, and can as he thought, seem disposed to go home ; but he was
be governed by any person who can spell. We shall determined she should not cseape without leaving
say no more at present, understanding that no very something behind so that she should be known if he
longtime will elajise befjre the printing telegraph ever met her again. He accordingly Kok his knife,
will be open tor everybody s inspection. and cut a liberal piece, uppcrceivul, Iroiij the lady's?
I . A' I -111 I' 1.1 1 I .1
siiK scan, ami men leu nur lo pursue tue
you are to retain
them as long as you think necessary to use them. I projected horizontally, and
At Stettin I'rnt., ; r. I.r-.tr.l
. - w . v a v a k ll llvP'ol Ol' ll alfeJ .
....;..,, I f -I. . . ?: - i -,i ,i .i o'eani.i estate are reipiestcil to mnke ininieiliate p.- vincnt, and
naf.lt ed a t tork standi er on one leer with in nt ipr iti ..a i,...: i .: .1 j . .- . . !.
1 n - r-' iiiwi. hu, mi 1 i.iimi n:,'iiiii me "Ii iii-, are noiiiif'ii 10 prrseiii nil 111
July 21, isr,.
underneath the inscrintion duly affNieinirated fur evitlemeiit. 'II-min1 csiaie it Kiippoea 10
i I, 1 . 1 . .1 - . 1 ,l- - I i I. a n.ai.l. at.t . 1
r- 1011 I vou nie. inev are 10 nass loruiwun inio ir. ! 7nr 1.. 1. 1.-1. . 1.'.. ...... ii....t .1 1 ir.i nr. 1.1.. jvim r
Ulair's hands. I have full and unlimited confidence c . n o c t i i !
, ,. ,,, e . . ; muuomv;. I he Surveyor of St. Louis has seized 1
11 vim Ittifn im luv n:inrri will lu vitu 111 ruiir Imnr'j . . . :
... , .... . ... ... , ....v.. , . , ..iHi ,.1- Imv-.i.-j ,ir,to ,.,..l i;....., v-aPDciivc : .,.... ....... ...
.1 . .1 ii 1 . 1 . 1 11-. "'"-'in .-.-w ""im vi -" 'ic, niMi .inuvin 1 y. ... .i niirii urn nir iirrri-y iiiinniieil III II IViVlliriUS I lie
and that they will never be permitted to lie used but . . lf(1 ... . , ' if Vn. n ,isift- T ' Jl ia,iMmt, i,ir.f.., ,rk on u,e mad orthof
i- rv.Mor.- nlh.r , "-e," , j .. ... ... . , .. .. ..r-,, ,(e TwmUv f Aliens!. O, nJ-r I.i.t-r l-Vl.n,.
'tivi : . 1 11 T . . . - . . ' . . - '
- IUI IIIT 1 si II t i( I I L t' I 1 1 1 1 I II ItKlIIII-ll Clil'o-llll.
it 111. itii in Mint 1:.
.Another Impi.kmf.nt in Wakkake. A new im
pleuent in warfare, of terrible ctlicaey, has just been
devised. in England, by l'rofesr Urunson. It con
sists of a litpiid similar to alcohol, in which the
oxygen is replaced by arsenic. It ignites the moment
it is exposed to the air. If any vessel filled with it,
like a glass or iron gl jbe, should be thrown uj-on the
decks or into the ports of a ship, it would ignite the
moment the vessel struck any hard substance, and the
intlam'rnable liquid instantly would be in a blaze. The
atmosphere at once becomes tilled with clouds of white
Conical Rifle Halls. The Vicksburgh Sentinel even tenor of her way homeward. On the following
says that the greatest modern improvement in ritles morning he happened in at his next door neighbor's,
has been the introduction of conical instead of ph-ri- am on the table in the parlor was the veritable
cal balls. The conical ball is carried with a good scarf, a piece of which he had in his pocket. Why,
rille at least one third farther w ith ioint blanc aecu- Mrs. , how come your handsome scarf s mutila-
racy than the spherical ; and from an improved gun ted f' 44 Yes, Mr. , that is a pretty piece of bu
adapted to shoot them, these conical balls have been , siness indeed, lo send a liorrowed article home in that
kiuwu to hold up to the astonishing distance of more state; I guess when I ler'd your wife anything again,
than a thousand yards. They were invented in France ! she will know it !"
by a scientific gentleman, M. Deloigne, ami havej Comment is unnecessary. The husband was petri
been approved by the great Arago, as modelb-d on tied with astonishment. What could he do, or say, or
strict scientific principles. Peloigne also invented believe! There was a talk of repudiation, but it has
the improved rilling of the guns from which they ; not yet taken place. ('in. thinuirrr.
A n K' Iotk. '1 lie following circumstance happened
in one of the towns of Arkansas. A man had been
drinking until a late hour at night, before he started
for home. Honest folks had bi-eri long in bed, and
the houses were all shut and thrk. The Inpior he had
taken was too much f r him ; he did not know where
to go. He at last staggered into an empty wagon
shed and lell i:cn the ground. l or a long time In
lay in all the unconsciousness of drunken sleep, am
he would undoubtedly have frozen (lor the snow on
ground showed the night to be very cold,) had not
arsenic, bv which a deadly poison is cnvolved and others less insensible than h.no.-lt ben arountl lum.
inhaled. "iJcing heavier tha'ii, and insoluble in water, This sht-d was a favorite rendezvous; for the h gs,
it could not be extinguished, and, of course, it be-; which were out when the new commer arrived, but
comes fatal to all within its inlluence. A dreadful ; S(M, returned to their bed. .In the utmost kindness,
implement in the art of war. j and with the truest hospital.lv, they g,,Ve their com-
. I t I p'nion the ntidl'r nf Un: In I, some lying on either side
Anotiif.r Pisri:i tut. Un.r.MF.vr Jamc:; O ( on- 1 r . , - . .c u
e 11 n . v . v ri- r. t! . i . lino, and others acting the part of a mult. Their
nor. ol .Mill bcrrv street, INew kork, states, that l.e , . i r i
I . - ' i . . r . ,,;ti, im. , warmth previ-nted bun from bemj iujukii bv his ex-
has invented an instrument ot war with which, as- 1 ... . , J .- .
, , . , ii . ii i i ,i ' posure. loAards m iruinj: he awtike : findin him-
sisted by nine men, he con M enter and demolish the 1 ,. r ... . r . ri- "t
" ; ; , ,- i , sell comtortal in blissful ign irance ol his wherea-
tron-'.'st fortification, r attack, disperse, nno destroy i . , .. ,r . .
iina ui ' i ... . , : luts, he supposetl himsell enjoviug the accoiniiuida-
a solid suuare ot 1(1 .())) men. .Mr. Monimr dates . . J .
i. Jiiu.iiiidrti.in , - itionsof a tavern, in comivinv with other geutkmeii.
I. iv mf. ..it " - t-.t- in!- ?i5 ls.ll. nnd sas tliat nf: . . ' .
I tlillllllUII II. s ml . ........... - j - ,
lias been in corresj
iington and other t
for a proper use.
am ilnno u. itli tlit-m. or on vour ile:illi :ire to ii:i
into the hands of Francis 1. lilair." I "A Trophet" has beert arrested and imprisoned in
(Quebec, tor having foretold the destruction of that
(.row ok TiiF. Wkst. The second child born in ! V"'1"" "f tll(l city recently destroyed by lire. He is j
Cincinnati still lives, and has not seen the middle of prpnamy more oi an "incendiary man a propnet, al
ius life, while Cincinnati contains MI.IMMI inhabitants ; ; tho !gh he claims to be the latter,
the old pioneer who first settled where Cincinnati now j The New York Canal tolls show n decline of sl.i,-
stands, wIkmi the State of Ohio was a wilderness, now j l"'1, n compared with last year. fhe Erie tolls do-
walks hearty and strong amid a throng of two mil-j clincd ,s;l-,ol, and the Oswego s!),71(i. The Chc
lioiiE ; and the first child liom of American parents J niuiig and other latt;ral canal tolls rose tiDiTl, which
west of the Alleghany mountains who knew Wasli-! speaks well for the southern tier of counties and for
ington as a surveyor on the banks of the Kenhawa, ; tlie Erie Eailroad.
w hen the whole northwest, witji immaterial excep-j The Vermont Central Ka ilrond will be built. Al,-
ary, AjiiiI and June at Franklin, Indiana.
V. X. JACKSON, Sec'y.
IS01'B I. LOTUS
W II AVK for sale tlie lHt ipiility cf (itrinaii AulierLiaoa IlidJn
" Clt th, ntfil tnU1rr art invitnl torxaintnc llirin lffire t n lia&ing ;
fiir llit-ir t;uality I rser lo .Mr. It. It. l'idi dull, of I iiiliaii:iN'lis.
WM. S5. JtUINsTtN;
N. K. rnrn-r of I-'niirth ami Walnut sirrft., I'mr inn.iti, )iii. 15-4w
OFFH E over Millar's Hat tftotc, 2d tlr east of Wahin;ton
Hall. 1 wy
. n J ' "
The Mtiliiil fL;.n liiur;iiire Company
., ol iew York.
fllIIIS In-litiitinc, during 1I12 inoiitli June, issued .Ninety nrw
I'olu ies, viz :
tiers, was in, possession of the lavages is yet alive,' 200,000 has been .subscribed in Horton ; ?5;?HHI,'iH0 ' "-J'V, ?J17riIt,,ll, a"'1 Traler
and scarce numbers her fourscore ami ten : yet in her I along the line o. the road; and -Mr. .llelknap, the T. AirmtV,
day she witnessed the growth of an empire the pen-, buildi.T of the Fitchburg railroad, has signified his Z" l.l.rt,h",
I- c .1 i it , . . . i i , . . . . " ' " 1'iainii.ii inn .s, -
phng l the mighty valley between the base ot the j intention ot subscribing SsoOOV 0, it he can obtain ! t n,H.K.--n.rH and rtibli.-ht-rs, '2
l.luo liidge and the hocky Mounlauis J I the building of this one.
t. " 7. . , . ! A Ton; ii Sioi:y. A man nnd his wife having a
i hani Stewart, con . neil in the prison at Inlti-; b;u,.r uarrcif in or,f.r to n)pPa,0 tlt.ir flirv, 1CV
more tr the murd.-r of his l.itl.er, ded on Saturday! lirw aU tKir 1(,rtabk. furnilurc. (,ut f wi,Hlow.
U'ceu I Ii teric i iitiiu-J la l,n n , . il... P.,.. . . . . . . . .
. JV "" " " '.-on- i hi i... i -i;jM. wlt). ovr rli,pctl up the tick ot the b I, and
Herniary nr mo term oi e.gmeen years, lie f,na . (l ,,. 1(,lt1(.r, .at1(,al m I(. alr, niu!
To Pel it lot,
To Tt-a liers.
To Cler! men.
To PIivsm inn:,
To .mn iVnic,
To Stiperca ro,
To rresnleiil uf a Itank,
Ti t,':i.-lner, lo
served between pix ai d seen years of that period,
and death has remitted the hah.iice of the sentence.
He persisted that he had not, directly or indirectly,
participated in the murder, lie was asked if he sus
pected any person of being the perpetrator, and after
hesitating a short time, he said that he had himself
been arrc.sted.cn suspicion, tried on suspicion, and
convicted on suspicion, and a.j he was about to appear
before his (Jot?, antl in vie7 of the great suljerings
; that lit; had undergone, he would not let the name of
! I . I ... .. . I ! I" i a l . I
wie suspccicu party pass ins ups, lor lear mat ne
might be as innocent as himself.
r LaCK as I'il, tum .-uu in. ii uv, i it i , , I i . ... iii p.,
. 4. I,,,' n(- nr i , lie reached out his hand, and citching hold of the
p,,dence Willi the Di.kc o -el- 1iW.k exclaimed, 4Vhy, Mister-
Ihcial personages on the subject.
Vnlncy J5. Talmrr is our agent for obtaining sub
scribers and advertisi-ments for the Weekly and
Semi-Weekly State Sentinel in the cities of Jlaltimoref
JVilndelphia, New York, and Kosten. His offices
arc southeast corner of 1'ahimorc and Calvert streets,
J'-altimore ; northwest corner of Third anil Chcsnut
streets, Philadelphia; Tribune buildings, o po:-ite the
City Hall. N. York ; So. 1'4 Slate street, IJustuii. tf.
A schoolmaster, as a punishment to one of his pu
pils for using profane language, ordered him to take
a pair of tongs and watch a hole iu the hearth until
he had caught a inouc. The boy took the tongs and
dem irely waited for the visitor. Directly after he
saw a mouse peeping, out of the hole. Cautiously
placing a leg of the tongs on either side of. the hole,
he grabbed the mouse, nnd triumphantly exclaimed,
Uy ii ,1 l've ,r0( hi'ni
Tun IIumit Simkit. We are gratified to perceive
that llishop Hughes, the distinguished Catholic Ihsh
op of New York has conic out boldly against ( fCon-
nell, in consi ipu nc; of the virub-nt attack wliich the
Agitator is inakiiig on the institutions of the 1 :. S. ;
Tilt; Uisbop pronounces him a monarchist, hostile to
l.berty and eipta' rights, and tb-clan-s it to he the du
ty of foreigners to support the government, u hich has
protected them; assuring th- world that Catholics,
under alt circumstances, w.ll stand by and defend
their adopted country. l'.cansi Wc Com it r.
Kiutokiai. Si'aukim;. The following is a happy
touch of the retort courteous :
The Kuflalo Tilot came to . us by last evening's
mail, tcithuul a In ad. Michigan Dim.
We receive the Michigan Democrat, with a haul,
but there are no brains in it.llujj'alit Pilot.
Cnndiltin uf thi.- fßire on the t uf Fihrmnry riittt this f't".
iif. JVi. uf I'ut'rir.i ,.,ri. (ir. lire '. !. 4 IWp. .im't la'd.
January a l.-t, 1'' JIlu-7 $.'7,114 '.V,v7.1
JuneJu, J-ii i!H,iM7 3-?;iij i:;,.vji
Increase fince I
I si l eb'y. i
,vM 10,0tU V.,3I9
M. KOltLNSOX, resident.
Fm r i. II , Sern tvy. - - '
MiiTi Hs '.it, I'lij u ut , I Rmadv.-ny.
Slate of liili:iii:i I l:t inilloii COiuit v..
Is Tiir llMii.Tix I'dhhiu ('inr, Ai.'ar Term. Is I.i.
William kt-ll as Ailiiif of tlie estate of Jolma I laiinttoii dtrM,
tw. Samuel l llainillnn, Sidney Ann Cow en und Andrew Co rn,
lier Inialnilld, el ul. (lejendila ) .
I't tt-on fi till Ural heilte.
flPlir. said jKlitioner having Hi is day proveil hy Ihr affidavit of a
.11 diiiitere.i d er.-.n Ilm! the said S;.nniH . Ilainilum, Sidtit-y
Ann ('oweii. and Andiew I'lmrn, It-Iemlaiiti to kiiiI elitHii lire ih4
lesidentii of the. Stile of I mtiati.i, they are iherrlore. i-rehy iiotiried
lhat a i-etilioti was lileil in xanl rnnitatUie last lerm thereof ayainsl
Ihr heir of said Jofhua Hamilton ih c'd, ncajiiiK for the Kde of wtitl
reati state, lo Im; iiiüile as Is in the hamli.f wild letiOolier, ll the
j.nrjMe of ayitis llie di hl3 stjpuiisl tut efa(o ; tliat baid etilloii is
then rushing to
the banisters of the stairs, and breaking her arm up
on them, she exclaim d with insane energy, Now,
you scoundrel, you must pay for a surgeon !'
Human rr v. Some hi':tianc and Christian indivi
dual, (says the 1 Jos ton lJee,) the owner of a horse
that was sick beyond recovery, and consequently use
less to him, last evening, Sunday) drove the poor
animal on to llussia wharf, and then pushed him ov
erboard to die. by drowning. It ?s useless, perhaps,
to add that the owner took Ihc sfun-s of the horse he
fore consigning him to a watery grave. The wonder
is that he did not skin him.
44I1f.i Do-;." Tbo Sinitln at Newark have at last
giveii a statement of ihe St. Cliir llauk operations,
i 'i .1 .1 i ..... .1 f...
ilist (in! ItHittL'nt forlt-fnr tfouistvul and l iih! y-tX lo Kili (MuttoiMHi Hie lust day l lUt- m-U leinml ' .im rrolialr rotirl,
. . - 1 ).... I I.... X....rf ll.lla .It lilt IlilVII mX N t kl ll ' V 1 1 It 111 ta.'ltll
IU I r HUlUt II i K II r in - - - -
County, on IheMioiid !oiid.iy of Ansusl, lö43, Uie said mlitioii will
lie heard and deU-nnined in tlwir lihseine.
JiilyjIK H l". lii-:Hv-is-1I JOHN O. 1UJUXS, Clk.
iinvjs lidiMTi s ii'r.vri:.
ai.a a .-at
mjfl'l lt : wlN-rehy iiiven Ol t on nie I nil nay oi .n.iy, i-, "-
11 iiiiilisi-iud lookout i-iiioi a.iioiniMiaii u u- w.-r ...
.Mi Knill, late of Matioii toiuil, Indiana, deieascdi said es
f.! Id t aMllV-al til Ikt MklVflkt.
IVr-ms m.l. l.iH.I to said est He are lierehy noOCed to make najnieiil
to Ihe iiiideritfncd-VMih..l d. b, and lli-e havin- t taints a..inst
Mild estate are mHit.h.1 t.i oreseul their in counts .n iKily adjusted lor
Kltkinent wiUiiii Uie tune ailowm " ., , VI ......
III. t. At. El H MchM l l.
JulyS, 1815. 1I3W- Ad.i.iiiiMiatii.
a. ..Ii.. W..I j.T flti lv4l'allltl INlUlC Of
K t4Kf.ll .-jtaaa y - - - -
T4JOTICr. is lerehyivi-ii, that on Thnraday, tlie 3U day of July
1 : . .i - 1.7 . .. i i i-a ii. the estate of U'WW
McKiiiU. late ol Marion counO-, Indiana, deceased, rHiwl nf i
,.ne,catlle, hog, n M.mntity of huu.-ehold and wwn "" in
fa niiuifz ut en-il-., tr. will 1 -old nt tlie re-ideiK-e of the ,,ec'B,J'
It-rsivned dinintsiraUix rt s"" "
Ute. A cred k of niiie'iiioiilhs will he poen, punhaw pivtng note
w Ith annvrd security in all tabes, He lo mn'n re m .r
:-.i... ...........a KI.IXAuL.lll Meiv-'i
ibdlirs worst; than nothing. As paper money is al
ways made for the welfare of community, however,
probably the holders of this amount of worthless
promises v ill not complain. Cm. '. , ,
Co i liir.i'TioN. One pretty good joke connected
with Ihe Anti-Hd l-l'ellor hi p meeting at the Hal the
other night is, that Mr. Witherell, the keeper of the
Town ifall, not k-ing able to lind anyone who would
pay the tifiv cents, litis for tliu ii-vof' the II ill, .the
two Independent Unlets of Odd Fellows and Masons
have concluded-." raise twvnt u-fu c cents each, Jor thai
jmrjHise. Hampshire 1 1 raid.
Woman. Judge Lewis says: 44 Cod bless the
sex ! r.ver iorcuiosi n t'u v..i..j .......jw
ministering to the sick lingering at Hie cross
speeding enrliest to the sepulchre ! They never erred
w ,uo nnd if that error had been committed at a
' . i . 1. 1. 1 nt . . i. :..!.
later oi-riod of the world alter -nun yc;fs v "igui
TuiN Pater. The Springfield (Mans.) T.cpcMican
says that paper is now manufactured to meet the new
Dostam; law. three und n thinl vlmot f which wei'rln
but half an ounce, and can consequently be scntas ami lovely deeds, the Accusing Spirit had carried the
one letter. loileiice to Heaven s unancery in vain ;
juTyWlif llüw-u AJiuiuUlwüix.
corner of Fourth and Walnut sret-ts.
Sold hy I -QMI.INSOV IlltO I MKItS, liidiunrt"ti. : 4'
isi;u IS;Is:iiii of M ild ilicrry!
Witt Jliracics miir .' hrc mdtiirt' oj il:
r ji.'-ising JuaUh 11' shu at ire Virtues ! ! !
' q 't $
From Dr. DuUr, Nn inf- Ul, l'Mfhiiirtin.cK k't.
M sr. Sai.li.r! ?i I'ai k. Sprintivl.t, Ky. li 14, ls5.
li-nts I take tlii o'oitiinit .f infui niiinj jou of a nroft rt
nmrkatile curt- m ihii nuil unoii n.e hy tin u-eil' 'Dr. 'itar' JUi-
am ot NVil.l CKt-rry.
' in h' year IciW i waiuktn with an iiitlainntatn ii of tin- Inet1
vhivh I luh.utd under fur ix it kl thtnl gradual') r r
In the fall of 1C3I I attacked villi a m v. rt- ti!d , . Incli kit d
itclf ujMia my lun ; und lor (lie fjiace .(' Ihne 3t art I a con-
fined to my tx d. 1 trid nil kin.ts ct m iIhiim , and utry tarit ty
of medical aid wiihout Ixinfitj und ihn I vtaind ah.nir imlil llic
inter of 141, u hen I In aid tf "H"tnrmt Mttm vf U'ttd Chri ry.'.'
My trieiifl -rniadfl mi-to fiu- it a trial, tlotif;h 1 liad W.---!
all hi.K ofiTctmr) '! had rejaod iii)mII f.r the than ul
annt'ier ort.l. Tluimli tl-t ir anin-itatii Ii 1 wa inJuet-d I maLe
un- if tht- ticuuinc ll'istar't Unltatn if iht Cherry. 1 he rT-rt
a tt iil) atoniliiii;. After five yruit of alllit lion, :ui and f.
f-riiij ; and aftt r hain'spem fun r or fve hitudicd dl rt - ni
-i -, an i the be', ao.l l:ioJt r jevlablc- -!ij i-ian had JiTomJ,
tnrtailiu, I a coen reHcitd tu iniiie Inalth h) the blcxking of
CJimI aiwl the u-e t.f Dr. Wi-t.r'n ItaKaui ol Wild Clorrj.
I am now enjtiyin piK.I hralth, and uili i in) Ui rtil npiHtir-
atice tliat I am no longer knuun win it I meet in; fanner acquaint
ances. I have gaimd rajiidl) in Htiht,nnd my ftih i firm and ulid.
I can now tat a much a any er'ii, a id my tnl -toi to cre
u ith me. I have eaten more during the lat i moi.lhs than I had
raten tivt-year Ih fun.
Coii.-iderini; my cac almost a miratlr, I ih-rm it ict.-ary for
the jtikkI f ihe affiuttd, ant! a duty 1 nur to the .ron it tor and
ni) fellow men (ho kIw.uM knuw t-ilitu rtliit may be had) to
make- thi ktatt int lit jmhlic.
May tlii hK-in f (lot! n-t mn the iroirit tor of valua
ble a nietlicine as Viur" 15al-.ni of Wild Cherry.
Yuura rHitfully, WM. II. ISA K Kit.
fgf The tulloiii It ttt r from Doctor Kitchey, of l-'raiiklin, lnd.t
alio natu! Iiij;li in hi j rt-fm-ioii, atnJ rhiW anion j the firt hIi
tit-iaii ef ihr Slair, uliall xaW for iiat-lf in ccninnlidttHiU of lh
nuine W istai' Ita!atu of Wild Cherry.'
Franklin, Ind., April 14, lfi4J.
Meaara. Sanford Park I have but a ft bolt Ira of M iiai' bal
urn of vtild ihiiry ri-inainiii on hand ol tht last lot furnihtd me
by yon. I hrtrtoforr vtaitcd until I had mild out and had obtain d
tlir niimi) for one lot Ik lint- I t.nlt rtit anotkrr. Hut aut-h lht
demand fur the at title that I du nut weh tu it without it, and am
tin rt lurtt Ittl tu ant'f ipate a little. Thi moi.ry for ihr laut lot halt
be furili'.-nmiuf-; by thr tinir the lt dUjntMtt of, -ahich, l'nm lb
asih I have made lati y, I think will Ik- hut a ihort time, 1 he .
f.ft ol thr baKam an in many caMa trikini;ly b. in I'nial. I1
hnjirwe Ktioii at qimimniicr note thin any other fetrtit Medcitie I
I r.vr ever l'i(wn.J Altiiot all other fail njhn trial, and riot In
inj able lo b-nr ' the ' tt-t of t Amt-iic-, nnhi aink into d. .-.
77', however, eeni to be tnut hiqhly vahied by those who have
tt-ttil it Virtue-, and exK-riina-d it litalin; t fllracy in their una
cat-a. YiMira vrr rraiit rltull) , JAMKS HMCIIKY.
Price 1 ptruut.U. Soli hj SAN FOR D V I'AltK,
North-t aut t-ornt rof Fourth and Walnut Ma.
And by TOMLIVSOX Hllt IIIKHS, li..lianaMili. 41
Ir. Jarl ISccKcr's iVIelialcl
UV i:- is a I a ni ,
.1 SPECIFIC F U C II P OX !( SO It F., IX F L.1M-
r. i) .i xit it a. f. r f. s.
Anion1: the many extraordinary cures el Hi-led by thi truly wonder
1 U.ilsaiii,we have room tuily fr the follow inj; ;
Si. hi: Lin. "llumanilj in.lm ri mr lo uiitke knot n ti ttir rioxrna
of Cim inii iti, vIm may It atthritnl ".villi Ihe alHve, an ionilnn
eure rtli-etril in tlirer vverkaiu a ase of et veil yratt' landing, by the
f. of ' IIF.t'KI'.ll'. KY F. IIAl.SAM.'. The :e referred lo m
that of my tittle boy, u lm n,u lNrn uilli ißirnd ryf ful. The in
rt.iuunation coiitinurd to in rraur, reMftiog all inuettira, rllw- iMM-e
of neveti-eir.; Havin heard ef the finatkabte etire-j ell'ected hy
"Ileiker'i F.je r.a'saui," a a last revolt, I ninde a inaUf Hf and am
hanpy toccilily thai il effected a -m riiianeiit cute in three wrfka.
t'lJAKI. F.S NOUTII, l'ith ., 4 d.-or west ul'-Viitc."
Sold hy TtMI INSN UIH I'll KPS, ludiaua.iolni. l-y
to.Vii,i.so imoTiii:ics .."
Have been a-Minted wie amenta tu 1 iidian.ij-.ili lor the aale cd th
follow ing valuable Medit ints: - , . t
0 f'Kiilrs Sai:i:irill:i,
For cm in,; St n-fula, Tetier, F.rjsijiela!-, laiiei-,old and nat',,t
Noren, Mrii uii.il Dfcsrasen, and alt ili-tor.li is evident nig an imji j'it) ol
tliebh-od. rmefl ll ht hottle. ,
t'nlled by u-..iiiy"friiryV Salt IVut-m inn tint ot ,'fnHii it e nil r mu
tet) over all TitLi-r.", (or Salt Kiieuiii,) Siatd Head, Ptngtcvrm,HC.
I'riee Tj ctn.a bv'tl.
Hj'Ir. Iliimplirr) Vrcl:illo Oiulmriif,
Fol the cure tr "IM MIS,' etc. No article i capable tf btung ine
pared more admirably adaptrtl fir the rt lief and thoiotigh cure of thi
di.-trcsi-.inj; d Fine-jl iHIa jr.
Ij ,ll"l'.i"is lotivMair lMaMiTf,
ForrelH-vni? I AIN of eveiy deKOptiofi. For teudt bnk,nu.rry in
thr tut, and hrui't, and all oilier dira-r lhat re-iuie an eilrroal Bp
plitaUoii Ma-Hung -tint U a-uit U wi-ai ; and thtme ho once ue
them will buy no othe.. r.iü t- only Ii, tin. .
UTj Sl.irUv'sHlu,r. IIt:ilic Wiüir,
For the cure of Urtr Compl'uots, Dy irrii, ele. See adverti--nieiitinamler
roluuni. Fiite $ I tHI p bottle.
Uj'L'oiIcN Aiiotlyiif C'nlialr
Ilihly reaMiin.eu.led hy Ihe medical lacutty and t4her, atte heaU
medicine known It-r Dwrrko, U-d C.pit. CW. mJ
iih-mi Sarr tompluM of i'hildren. Price 3 cei.U a b.Jie. ,
aj'Di AVilliaiii laiu SooiImt,
For Ihr Tot TU A-HF.. It w iH eure Hie mtwl oi-tiniie ca-e
uiii.utea-lH-.ide-, .niaimj um one. imrtfelc of KinwW,"
; i... ...i'....,hiiL rnfularli-
Miionou-i ana ucieu-iioua uiup. n j-tij- 4J