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not more than from r to 10 feet distance apart, when the
negro sfoujxM t pick up the brick, and when the negro raised", Wood was close upon him tu the act of striking. Crost-Examined. The witness waa distant some three hundreJ feet, when they struck first. Witness is certain that the Mows were simulta:icaus. Witness had a clear Tie.tr. JoiU Thickses. Sta'e Witness, siys: Saw the negro croM the irret; heard him say thtt he wou'd mike Nick Wood y for this. 2Saw them as they were beiri? parted. Saw Wood with a stick. There was a good many brick bats thrown. More after Davis was knocked down. After Whig Outrage on the II:ilIot-bo. Wo have been informed that, at the late election, the Wh; Judges at the polls in Cambridge City, not bcins altogether satisfied with the way in which the pcool j seemed to be voting, introduced a new and original method of obtaining the votes of their friends for the candidates of their choice. It is stated to lis that the. Whijj J tulles, leaving the lawful polls in charge of a clerk, took pjession of the ballot box an I rode tcith it around the township, in order to Allen, A,V.& Il.Wm. Kocklull, 13artiioluinew.V,J. . U. Harbour Iioone, II. it T., H W. Connor! Urown &; M., Win. Berry, CafM.&V.f V. M. Ueyburn. Claik, Jas. (J. Head. Carroll & Clinton, A. .Major. Crawford A- (1 II M.li..- the ne?ro was knocked down the last tune, thinks Divis ; . . ' ; Daviess .V. M., KChanimn hit bin with a brick or .tone oa the side of the eck. j collect the votes of their friends who were absent i)l!!irboril UXT$X Thinks it was Davis because th individual who done it from the proper place of voting !! ! '1 Iiis U exactly , Deratur, Jas. Morgan ' against ; jn coincidence with maiiv former outrages perpetrated ' jkhart, &c, hil' j by Whigs upon this palladium of liberty. Many of & U,lin' y Ä'' AUGUST ELECTION, isi5. ScmsCors. Counties. Name 1811. I). V. 1S45. 1). w. was bleeding from the head, and went and leaned the fence. Some person said, as tho nero was not hit dead man Cross Examined. Saw Divis knocked down. Saw j mein woum do giau systematically io corrupt, wnat, n ( r ount.i.n, C. V. Joi,t;s, Ballinger approach the negro, after Davis was hit, in a they could, they would fain destroy. The Judges ! 'an'K'j" - Ceo. I5erry,. quick walk. Did not see any stick in 13a!Iiner's hand Cünccrned n iiquLtous violation of the duty they (i"!n i 7. n tT J"'"K.,,U,, . uutil the negro and him clenched. Thinks that Ualliu- ! 1 ,,,n. . :'.,Ust ".' V U hdumnston, . i .u . r i ,i n ,0,t,;n aK.r u were sworn tj perform liithfullv, according to law, Hendricks, S..I. Itrlrikc. ger took the stick from negro, but is not certain where ne - .. . . got the tick. Will not swear positively whether it was should be prosecuted and subjected to a just penalty. ii .iivcrtson, .t,.. u:. .r... i J.nn u i .i.t. i ui . i. ...t : . n... ?! rJ J. 31 urnliey , 1SJ1I3 Ulli Uli WlU urjiiu, Buer i.c nai imioi&su hu j . VIlU HIL' IIKILILT SilOUUl illSO UO lUKeil ClJ'Mll.UIlL'J OI l)V . Haneoi k V HI A 9 . B.Ibnger, but when be looked up Davis was Jing close j h Legislature, and members, if any, obtaining cats to IUB Icll 01 me wuiiess, aui luo man niw nn wc ncjjiu stood near the left als , and he thinks it was Mr. Davis. Johji Tuo.hpsox, Stute Witness. iaw the negro and "Wood cross tho street towards the pump. Saw tho en-, faction, and for the purity of the ba flirt at ihe iumi. GjI hold of WdjJ, storped him; i , . . . , , w Wood', brother afterwards took hold of him. Wood got j connected therewith, we uould rope under such circumstances should be held to tlie proof of the legality of their rlecton. Tor our own satis- llot box, and all ctfully call upon Iooa end pursued the negro; the negro turned upon : the Camhride Kt i-fx Ir an exposiuon oi uns Wood. Wood set-med to desist; but some person cried j atrair. It is a subject of general public interest, and kill him," "kill him," and WooJ then went forward. ' VAl)T of t,J(1 jevcii!e mvcs tjl0 duty to the public, Then liallirger felled the necro and W ood cam up and . . . . struck the negro twice after he was down, and .truck once as well as hmwlt, to make such an exposition as without hitting him. Supposes the man who paid kill ; public justice demands. him. "kill Lim. to be David Uuckhart. I hinks the IiU-. Tliy have cauglit a ; down east weighing !3 pounds ! And Sam. 7 '.'. has moved to iV.'ton, Pile voice was DuckhauV Has known Uuckhirt eight years. Other voices cried kill him. Jeremias Vax re-called. State.-, thathe did not say to flip npirrn that hp run'.! tvhin fnitl nr that m ;hmild have a fair light. Xo other person used any euch ex- i county, ( )hk, wiiei e ho has iued a prospectus fur ptession or insinuation. Did not her the negro say that , publishing the I'ih. tuni in. Sam is a ipiecr 1'ik' ; -he cou'J whip any whito man." Does not think any j . un.MoU n m H.vier land. We shall wish other person heard such a remark, or that if it had teen made, he. Day, muet hive heard it Djes not say that no other person uid hear it, but thinks they di.l not hear it. Here the evidence was concluded, by agreement and the argument thereof continued until Monday. Court adjourned until Monday morning, at 8 o clock him much success, and plenty of little Pihts, even if they fall short of pounds. (cThe young man, who wears a green neck cloth, will confer a fuvor bv leaving the bill at the ri. - : r . u . . . I . I. I . . , , - . ;.PI idace wliere he took it by mistake, w Uli Jus change, and great vigilance and attention given to it. J he Court 1 J . 1Tii w frnw.lftl tr .-prtl,.-i ri , .hiring t'if. t.-ili.ina or there maV be Other I11UMC tl.ail that which COtUCS o " I Uil. from his inuic box. so uuetions to be a?ked, as it was no doubt unintentional. srruEMC toiitT or imhaxa. Vases D- t?ritn d at .lf-r; 7' ", llO. P.fportcl for the Indiana $!atc SfnttHil. Fu y, July 2G. ; Link et el. r. Clmncns. In enor to the Decatur C. C. Oplnun bj Ill.ACKFORD J u 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 p 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 Ü 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 t 1 1 Ü I 0 0 at I hose in Ibilirs are new members. The Senats will most likely stand i" dem. to XI5 wliigs. Kepi s( ntativrs. Adams He Jay, fc S. MieUe, 1 Juck son. K. D. Llif'lisll, F. Hardin, S. (iiKideiiotv, .1. r. Litis, II 1 lamer, J. W. Chapman, T.J.Todd, l;. M. Parks, I'. Moore, D. 1. llerriman, vtu it f.'rceno, A. V. Allison, sy A. V., Jos. Lani, Jackson, Johnson, JciTcrson , Knox, Lawrence, Lnporte 1. fc L., Marion, Morgan, Montgomery, Muhle, An;.. 1 l arke, W. (1 C.tbn l'ntnam, J). Ilimrich, Kudi, J se Murg:iiij l.il'b'V, ll.J. Jlower:, Kandolph, J, I. 1'. Wund, She'by, ' J. C. Handy, Switzerland, 1). Henry, St. Joseph,M..VT. It', (i. I'umcroij, Tippecanoe, ( S. Urtli, S. Ctntvirith, 11. W. Akin, - J). .toritniritrVf M.J. Howell," ( A. M. Bradbury, I 1). 1. Ilolluway, ermilliou, V.go.ö. VC, Warren S o., Warrick, Wayne, Washington, u J.. v. L.ogan, 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 Ü 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 I Ü J 1 Ü Ö 1 1 Ü 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 X 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 Ü 1 I 0 0 1 1 I 1 0 1 1 o 0 25 1 1 0 1 0 I 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 Ü 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 ELECTION UETUIIXS 1815. OFFJCIAL. ' SECRETARY OF STATE'S OFFICE. To tU Editors of the Indiana TnUne' VMnf lrlVU"tüm ot'l furuish for publication, a list of the official returns of the late election for Ilepieseut ativis in Coupes. ' '''... v 1 am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, JOHN II. THOMPSON. A lien. ICussiu and Cii'csiNsi'i. TirK Russians ,;ai Wiurrr.uuv tiik Cukusian Accounts from the Caucasus, by the steamer (Jatn- bria, brin tho important intelligence that the Circas- ! Ilonne, siaus have taken fro n the Ku-wan. after oinc i 'arroll, A replevin Lo..d executed cn .sunoMy ,s vo. J; .ts execu- ,iarJ ,-1Lr),tin,r ;U1(1 ,rrc:it hWbctl, tho t.'as.lo of S,t- ; tioti hem m viohtion tf the ititute, which prohibit cum- j , i V- m m ii m .;i i i t ( lav, moo Ubor onthatcUy. . j eha, on the cot ot Abasia. Slo-ikh Miami! had ar i:uon In this cae the sheritr replevied the jpoh on Saturday, ! riv,'d at tlie head of the River Joiiban with .i0,(0 j ' and the statute reijjius tlie replevin b -ml tj lc executtd nien, and had called u;n the irhabitantd to fir:ii!i ! Clark, w""i n urs ai;er ine replevy. il"ts, tnat uiijay, m , one man per house, which would linke a very lartre ' Crawford. rut. ii wc, uuiu uui l,c i'uuiiiru. uuiiirni mil urn. Lonurd et at ion by HucKroRD A plea to a suit on a rromiorv note relied cn the plai titPs tion-pcifjrrriänce cf a ceitain a rcc m nt which it et the Russian army bad deported to Shanul, so that t out. The Mplic.iti n IesciiLcJ tlie arr etnent. wliich JiiFer- Worun.inV, beiii" in want of men, order. J a carho- j -'earuorn, ed materially from that stated in the , lei. ItelJ, on general v;,n (.;u.,, ;U. (id. Merlin-',) to raise reiufurCO ! n,t v M demuuer, that the lethciiica va valii : Lewi ' a subjtaa- ,v . ,,, , . , r ,. , i lairisiVil., tial dei.i.l cf ihe plea. ' ' "' f Akl.eska, without hem- able to -et iikimv. ),(atur, A lei inder profesins to be the whole of said replication. IlL -"ucr sein a nimmer -i -wuuiiiiiin i-u-um inr- l.lkliart, . . r . ... . ' .... c l . i. . j .i i r. : . . il out on iy pioie3:r.j to answer au lmriiaieiiil pan wai iitii ur oi jaw; iroiii Lrinica, wiin ineir niuui, e aauiu, to be tal. j to trv if thev could open nejociation-j to treat for terms A plea protean; to answer the whole drelarat. n, and jt,f of omrC IlierdV to M.t the Circa-iailS to rru.l.; 7 ! clo.-'i Nnntiiil fiu-iro i.t t hr tnvie H rr h i 1 r i ot them nut io death. The Russian anuV was jul!criiiir ! !,u,,on lV 1 C. I'itrker. IM ickford, II.AAV.U. I). 1 urucr, IL'tltOII, ltartholomew, 1 1 1 Kphraiin Arnold, 0 11. (i. llaelri5, 1 Henry I. Ted ford, 1 (J. Tabor, U oeorn, 1 W. JSeawriüht. 1 0 o a o l l 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 I 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Posey, Vanderburgh, Gibson, Pike, Dubois, Wariick, Spencer, Perry, Crawford, Oiange, Hauison. Jackion, Clark, Washington, Scott, JelTeison, Jem ing, Floyd, Deai born, Kiplej-, Hush, Decatur, Switzerland, Franklin, Ohio, Union, Wayne, Henry, Fayette, Hamilton, Mari n, Hancock, Shelby, .1 hnson, Madison, Bartholomew, Ihown, Tiptcn, Monroe, L -iwier.ee, Mattin, Daviess, Knox, Owen, fireen, Moman, Sullivan, First District. lt. D. Owen. 92 677 SOG 417 067 10S8 Second District. T. J. Heiily. 3S3 1306 160.' 450 1414 GSS CP. R. Wiljon. Cöl Clö 400 23i 500 63Ü 122S Roger Maitio. 533 1041 10ÖI 4G7 1646 7JI third Dis'rict. T. Smith. J. C. Ke'g!eston. Angus C. McCoy, FIFTEEN DAYS LATER!! Another Arrival at the New Store! IIV I?ch7l..7nii!i3rrr FT"i' h"' Kw York, larpe an.l .n.t.d a.lment oC F;,nry , Drv Ä "MSI SI in part of L . ' 8 "W ,1,e,""S ",ay ,"U"d a U;iul,fu' f J'iffrfS iood for , FreiKh Kid Uwii UU'lied Hand- Miaic fiiiiM, w hite and cel.. rod Silk and Oan.n M, ana piik i, icves, mid .Mitu, ever ju iliiy, Coiinet and Ca UibUnid, Linen, Caml.ric and kerchiefs ; Thread Lnre and Cdiug, Cambric LMcin-s and ifieitif)C Swiss :.u.l JjU, IK tt du (imp Tiiiiimiiiirs of every kind ; L;ice Veils and Netts, Arlitiri.d Fl..w.r, Straw Ld-m, rj Kon Shades, and Shawls and Sarls ; "e -jk4p Jel notions f,r t-i. lies' lireioi, Mantle Silk Wan rtl ; Dtrtijiet Silk, r.rusM-U Uuillin, laney KuLinet, I'.ar'd Swisg Mu,i, Iice, Camhntk.Atc. In' Scotch, Knjilsh and Frenili Lawnx, Hala'ine", Derefes, Tarltons, .Mouse de t'iirs, and Rip di l.;un-s ; " ; . " eiy neu niieii and thaneatile Silks; . lUaek and blue Uro de Swiss Honilia'.ine and Alnaui; I renchaiid Srottli Ciithams ; ... Asplen.lid assortment of I rene h, Ilnclisli and American Calicoes, plain and plaid Jaconeit, lUtk and Swua Muslin, and colursi I lorente ; Silk dress Handkerchiefs and Cravats Kiohruidered Merino llaiidkei(;hi. I, ; ' StriK-d Damask ShawU, Flaid nett tli ; Corded Shirts", Loop I'ringtj, Uullicn and variegated do j nuJÄ variety of Ladies- Tri npUw nr.. . r, , . . clo,l,i and CasMiiscr s, at SreJi qÄlfy!? Cy y'MnV rf te a"d cr' i?ati"Ptl anJ J"ns- A Hend.d .SSorlmer,t, Merely nt from the Coiintrv nae re nertfuilv invite t'?X.?.! t .r . ..: ..... ..... fj "re a lew d,.r8 East if 1W Ullice. mov uri-jrc pur.aM,,5 e.fe iere. - - - - 3w. SPECIAL NOTICES. ; ov . j-jr 1210 945 922 1267 1341 9M 973 . . Fourth District. C. B Smith. Jno. Finley. 194 1140 1332 976 C25 32 13 M. R.Hull. 61 333 140 10 A CAIU. New YüRic Citv, Auout 4, 1S45. Mrsm. CAriA5s: 1 wish ihrmih the medium of your linger, to ajpiisc the citizens uf Indianapolis and adja cent luwns ana country, that 1 am about completing the pur chase of a most splendid an 1 extensive variety of Goons, ana an inc ap;)Uitenance neeeary to constitute a first rite MrriciiANr Tailor's Ksta i'i.tii.M r.xT , which I expect to have opened about the lirst of September. Would it not be well fr members cf the Legisla'uie elect, and other gentle men having business at Indianapolis, to avail themselves of the advantages ot my two months tour to the eastern cities, and especially of the practical advantages that I am teceiv ii c in cutting, at Ameiica's emnoiiurn of fashion. New Yoik city? My facilities for despatching woik will be such, that u nccesaiy, an entne kuit may be luini-hed a gentUman in twenty-four hours. tor the benefit of the Trade generally, I have this day 179 51 23 20 aner me replevy. u?tii,m unaay, in , one laaii vr house, wlucäi woul.l linke a very Kire ' (ravforl, id uot be counted. Judgment "tcrd. force. Voroii7.olV! troops liuvo b cn beaten bv the Delaware, f. r. Lhwltaz. In error to the i'uL.L. Oinn-1 , , i , 1 i i i " ' it i -oRD J i llaliistaiiltcs, atitl three or lour ship loads vi woun- ; I ui.ois, suit on a promiory tiOte relied cn the plain- ' have lecn sent to Crimea. ."Many of the Poles in j DcKalk fc S., ;rrriänce cf a ceitain a 'itt ment which it et the Russian army had ileerteil to Shanul, so that C J. Si. iinoiisun, V, ft . I J. D. IVr-usoti, U 1 1 Fayette, I'm. i'.ince. To a suit on a promifsory nute, the defendant p'eadel ai fjl!o'.vs : That the note ua executed with other notes in ilrerwlluily from a scarcity of provisions, and the sol- payment for a contain newspaper and printing establishment i dit-rs will have to wait tor the ii-w crop before they at lerreiiauic; t .at in lurther con--:eiaMun oi sa.a notes, WiH h;iv,.. a uiUciei icy of food. Tlie crops 111 Circa it was agreed by the planitill trnt no newspaper or ptin'.m! . . . i i .i : . . sea- Fouutain, ll..yl, iraut, (irttiiu, ( ibull, office shu-u'l be established by him or by any pcison for him i "" "' "'J J"'' B' within fiity miles of that place ; that ore T. U. who, at the h",IU time i,l the sal. owned one hilf i.f sai.l iunnert v. h d. since 1 III ronsemieilCO of tl.O Vi'.VT SUCCeS-k-n of reverses the sale, establMie.' and continued to publish, certain other ' experienced bv the Russians the Kinperor is s.iid to ! 1 1 - 11 , newspaper at Ter.e Haute ; that the plaintitr, at the time of huVe a(ij,lirned dUinite pacilicatlou of the Cau- estabhshin the last mentioned paper, and :nce, ailed the ,, J,.. . . , . . if , i , ,1 r . said T. I). Tn establishing and coniiuuing it ; and in fraud of C??U- ,U e tr1 MK"h. Wl11, IjruVO l" " lh'-' taCt; his agreement ai.ied in diveitin the iationa;e of the news- Already the war has Col tinned tor everal years, and paper an 1 establishment sold as adre-aid from the same, tlut lio"ti oi brave Ku'iniH have erished, without he- by his aid and prucuiement and in combination with said I. ilvr ;ihl,. to make umv pennanent impression upon the I)., the patronage xvas .hveited ami withdrawn fiom the ; bravcr .ountuineers, who are tlhtit. for their newptier sol 1 as aforesaid, and was tiansfeired to the one ,. i .i i .i i i. .i 1 . i established by T. I)., to the ii jury, 5c. AM, that the plea llt:ls 11,1,1 their hearths und,r almost the idcntieal 1 euiill ii.il 11 oi UI"lliS Willi ii iwiiinu uii.: iaMs, U4 Aiacricuii llevihitin. J ntnutl 4f Ctvtni vcc. ment ojprrned. Two per cent, damages. (grin order to give a complete report of the evi-j TnF Cn:i:r.M V of L'm.i.am.. The currency of dence in the case ol tlie Mate vs. L.dvanl Davis, we (Jreat llritain, aller ui experiment oi UK) years ol Harrison, Hendricks Henry, H;.ncock, J. Tunihiisun, C. l'owers, V. latiuii, K. I). Slater, Cornelius, K. A. Clements, 1 W. J. Kobiliaull, U M T. Clymtr. 1 CM. Meeker, V. Stewart, 5U S V.. D. Cruiksliank, )4l U Wiley, - A. F. Smith, 0 John Fuwman, 1 John Jonen, 0 Morrow, 0 L. II. Kosseau, 0 S. Hall. 1 W. A. I'orter, ennni2ton, JefTe erson Lave been obliged to defer some notices which other wise would have appeared in this paper. pap-r issue, has, under the able policy of the present .Minister, been restored nearly to a spvie basis. That h to say, although the public can use at their pleasure paper instead of coin as money f..r iU alleged con venience, they cannot have any more paper money than there exists actual coin in the h inds of the issuer. The b' dv of the ." circulation is, it is true, paper, but the principle on which the new charter w as ( I'ov ISiiildin. Our enterprising fellow citizen, S. V. Nor.nis, Esj. is aljut completing the most elegant block of stores in tlie city. It is situated on the corner of Washington and ."Meridian rtreets, is three stories high, and frm- granted, was that the I'uctuatiug portion houh! in a noble contract with the 'ores in the neighborly d. crease or diminish only as the precious metals come On Meridian, an elegant two storv brick, intended fur tlor, CV,mt;M 'ff ""T . ... ,,!,. r , i. ot the Hank ot Lngland is tlM0,.0 ,or X-.u,,0- a dwelling and Kail Koad Otnce, is advancing rapidly 1hi,W iU ;u.Ukij cir,ul:lt.n. NovVf ,;,rIIlt.ry towards completion, alM. beJonL'Mig to .Mr. Norns. jth.-rewas no limit to the circulation of the Dink Manv other new buildings are going up in various except its own judgment. Hence, when the (lovern- partsof the town, not the least of which will be the ' posits were made with the Danking depart- new .Methodic Church on Circle trcct-thc old onc ' 'nt, the institution o.uld mal them tin- bais of , . increased lues. J he dividends cn the british deht jare payable tit the Dank piarterly, and during tl s tobe quarter the pubhe deposits arc made to meet thci liri(r nluiut t. he torn ilou ri. ; are jayauie tit tlie bank piarterly, and miring me Aiie nines iiiu lawiauit, ami pi.-peniv tuui iu ue uuarter the pubho (lepoMts arc made to meet liiem restored. Dcfore the close of the present administra- in bank notes ; when the dividends are due, these tion. we fundi v liotw to see the credit of the State ' ,!oU s aro ;i:u Pr,uI 111 lVir disel.argc restored, and our allaird jdactd in a fair and sun courc of settlement. Street I iiiiro eiiitMtts. Decidedly one of the be-t irnjirovements made on the streets within the Iat few year., has been that done under the superintendence of Yn. 'itn!iri''in. It is iti ll done, and therefore ttrhr done. 1 1 is improve ment of the bridge embankment will save hundreds of Hence tin. lluctuat.ons in the " public deposits," 44 notes on hai.d," and nett circulation, fdlow each other with great regularity. Tlie currency becomes; diminished as tin deposits are paid into the Dank, and the "notes on hand " increase. The payment of those notes to the (ioverntr.ent creditors increases the currency near t'.",(iO(),( (M) or :k7,." .0,000 every piarter. ow here tofore, when the banking department had the power of isMiing new notes at pleasure, the payment of the dividends could never embarrass it, because its notes i were alwavs at its command. If now a demand fr dollars; and it is only to Le regretted that he had n-jt ; co;U) as h:ls fluently hern the case, f,r export, the means to extend his operations. Mr. Louden has springs up, by which its bullion should In. reduced to also made a "0od a-mmcncemnit. Why cannot the ' & c' UW during the quarter, it would take all the Countu take a pattern on the vnst-m end of the cor- , "tt;s.,; h "vX and, t1'" ''Videiels would, necessarily . , ,, . , . . , . , he paid in com, and similar payment lor taxes would noration ! I here is plenty ot stone and oth-r material . , , , , , ,, , ,P i 3 retpure to be re-deposjted with the Dank. 1 hus tlie on the sj,t. Why are not non-rcMdents compelled j;,M!;j,v y.r ,(.pnved of the power of credit issue, to pay a road tax! We intend to have a word or is unable to lend the Jovernmcnt fun Is, and public two to :y on this subject, and intend als to trv and deposits become 44 special " fr a part. ciliar object brin- it to the n.tice of the legislature. joili cting a rotnjilete practical separation of Govern- mum iroiii lüu uiiiK. .j. i. .' ( s. C W. A. ) D. Dei It. Rimherlin, J. S. Harvev, (M.S. ('.iineron, I S. Collin, ( - K.h y, Ilemy, John Clumbers, Tims. Wi-c, M. St.ipp, M l1. Mofncy, Alien Hill, Daniel Webb, Kosciusko Sc W., D. Hippey, Knox, D IS. Curiian, . . (J.S. Carter. Laporte, A. K. O.-b.-prii, , ; W. Carr, Lawrence, J()m ,:,,wa'rJri Lake Ä Dorter, A. McDonald, Lapr.inge .V IN., 1 . S. ilaun, 0 t Jackson, Jennings, Jollll-CMI, 0 ti rins for Sale. Since we noticed that we had u cash customer fr TiIi: S' IN Jkumanv. The follou ing Pa- .1 it a if Vhfj i i c .t .-. u.. 1..,, . r...... '.... n.-.li.--.tiotis! i ragrapn irom me laris .hmriKV hs itmis, will give a farm in this vicinity, e hae receneu appiicaiion.") ; i . . , t . - ..j .r tl.ii Wn : the reader an idea of the religious distentions in ler from ujiwards ot twenty, desirous ot celling. c , o would inform our friends abroad, that in no part of j Ihap ...... ... .1 . i- . i . ,,,-.-1. .....! " f',c internal divisions amongst the dissenting the tMate can better or cheaper turnip I; piircliiscd , i , " , , , . . , ... ; Cat'iolio .iiH lennriiiv assumes everv div a more se- and those des.rous oi purchasing will reap great . (l!..r.urUr Tn(? lW)f durlv 'f Ul! n,ii;ri(lUS advantages of letting their intentions be known ! movement, M. Kongo ar 1 C.erski, h ivi; commeuci il through the ui' dium of the juiblic j)ress. We can , an op n war. l erm il proposals have been made to refer "now to maiiv, which w consider bargains, j M. Cer-ki, the ref ,rmer of S. htiei.lemuhl, to declare c t.uu : schismatic all those who h ive (hdared for the ('ouiK-il T u'V vary lrom -o to 1-JUO acres. ci-, ; i - . , ,, .. 3 ot Liepsic, and m the hrt rank, M. Konge luuie f, as the representative of that Council. .M. C.erski is Madison, Monroe, Montgomery, Miami V., Morgan, Marion, )range, Owen, Darke, I'utnani, Tike, Posey, Kerry, Kandolph, KipleJ, Kush, Sullivan, Scott, Switzerland, St. Joseph, Spencer, Shelby, Tipton, Tippecanoe, L'nion, Vigo, Vermillion, Vanderburgh, Wayne, Washington, Warren, Warrick, 1 0 1 1 1 Lvan Litis, C Samuel Ilerron, J 1 L T. Sno)k, John Nelson, tt. Ifenton, A. I. Cotiduit, C N. It. Webber, I V. I'.. K. Wilson, Joel Vandeveer, (i. W. Moore, $ W. U. Nof;inger ( J is. Kerr, ( llenrv Sei rest, ( J. I'. '1 5 rum tie Id, Logan, J. C. Linlecott, (I. it. Thompson, 0 K. Lord, 0 . W. DIackwell, 0 C Jus Iluichmafi, ( 11. S. Cox, ( J. II. W.hon, ( Silas (-born, Sam. Davis, l!d. Hums, T. S. St iufield, w. iiutr, J. M. Slceth, C. T. Jackson, C D. L.'iyman, ( S. Mct'erinack, ( W. Watt, l Ahr. Kuby, T. Dnwling, f Cokerly, W. 1. Dole, C Kakr, (. W. Julian, J. Lewis, W. L. C W. Slimikfl, l IL C. Monroe, Hull, J. Kuller, 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 I) 1 1 0 o 1 1 0 3 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 ii Am 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 u 3 1 3 0 0 It 0 1 0 0 u 0 2 0 0 1 0 ) 4P 0 i 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 I 1 u Fifth District. secure! a State agency, lei the sale ef Henorts of Kjsliitnis W.W.Wick. James P. Fwley. Asa Rales. Kules for Cutting, s.piaie?, scales, and lleinisch's cioi.kin and bnmd sIimis, and point, of C. C. Scott, the most tiis- tiiifruished Fu-lii. n Uej oiler in this cmintiy, who will keep me constantly suj nliel. The teirns may be seen bv refer ence to fust column c f the Miry or of Fashion. I shall have them ready lor tie iveiy by the In-t uf September. Subcii- bers ami utheis wishing lobec me sabseiibei-, by sendiiig in wieir nnmes, residence aud cia, paid, will receive piompt attenn n. JAMKS HALL. Merchant Tiilor, Washington st., Indianapolis, la. Journal copy. It County S'iiiiii:ii v. The r.xaminatiori of the Schol.us "of the Seminary will com nee Thursday, Aur. 11, at 1) A. M. Tin: ex- ereies will elose on I rt.lav evening with some speakin by the scholars. The lrinnla of the Institution and of education generally are cordially invited to ntfemL' J. r. SAi r)KD,riin. H. U. HHJIiLN, Ass. ll'JS 12 lots 797 371 115 ro 1401 son 712 7a ; Kin l.sa m ta m i) i ftYfigiirfliY; Sa.?? uJm nrre Sixth District. John W. Davis. Eli P. Farmer. 0.12 is', nsn iT 1 2fit GIG S07 Ihn invaliiuhle lot dicine u a j.rt .ied from an t xtnite prac tice of 9t.ial jear in a t)i;ion elimaie, and is m v r known tu f..!! of eiiiini I rvrr and Jucy or any of ihe diKawi at-.ve naint-d. TU!" who are utIVriii tion liseaea of ihit kind, a atfo (bote who haw Im come iu alut dorn Iii ir ell'eei iijmhi the constitution, will find the Im!i I holaoinie it intt iiivabiahle mut-dy for ori f'yinp the bloot an I thoroughly liansimj Irom the P)teni the mor lid ll'. ct.!' a i.iliuii climate. '1 he uiiitdeiful ojuratioii el the Cholaogue in eradicatinf bile from the human jüt.m, ean only explain its Atraonlinarj ageiiejr in the n-t dy, thurooh and ri.iani in cure of fever and ague, and the various graiks of intinuiUeM and niuitunt fVvtrs. ISO, Clay, Tutnim, I'aike, Hr ndi irk, Veimillion, . Sfrcnth District. E. W. MrHaughev. J. M. Wii-ht. 1230 DO 2 3S 704 1477 14r)i 12S6 1317 1072 873 Montzomcry, Fountain, Warren, r.orme, I ippeenoe, Carroll, Clibt )U, De niin jr. Jaj er. White, " j MiaT.i, 0 j Fulton, 1 j Pula-ki. 1 i Kosciusko, 1 . Mai. hall, it Klkhaif, " j St. Joseph, 0 I-apoite, 1 - Porter, Lake, Wab:ih, Ilcntun, F.is$hth District. John Tfttit. A. L. Holmes. 1275 1209 2 100 734 1 392 744 5 70S 700 13M llof) 73 5SS 3C3 8 Xinth District. C. W. CathcaiL S. C. Sample. J. J. Penning. 1 1 Randolph, Delaware, Oiatit. ! Jay, 1 i HlackforiL ( I Adons, 0 , Wells, Huntington, Allen, Whitley, Koble, DeKalt, Steuben, 0 , Lagrange, 0 f77 C22 243 !!." oS9 7 17 197 116 Ö74 fi.7. G7 11 Tenth District. Kennedy. Thompson. 430 441 320 271 70ö bl'i 20 49 71 1 Woith. 97 The frst (Diiniiuennial exhibition of the Philological Sci ty of ihe Indiana Anbury University, will be held in the Colleen Chanel, on Twesd iv, August 1'Jlh, at 7 o'clock I . 31. All who leel mi interest in the prost)eiitY of tho Literary Institution of our eountry nre r,5)eetfull v invited to attend. Tin; attendance .'of all the former members of the Society is esperial'y solicited. They will he cheerlully received uy th'ir fellow niemt)ers. Ihe annuul valedictory exercises id the bociety will be held on Monday ldth, at ." o'clock I. 31. in the Society Hall. ' WM. II t.llll l ITH. Corresponding Secretary of the Vhilulo?hid Society. UlllL.MAMLt, July 'Jfl, lrlC. I.itrrnry Xntin. The first (i'liiiniiennial I'x Inhitioii of the IMntonean Society of Indiana Asbury Uni verMty , will beheld in the College Cli;ipd on Tuesday afternoon, August 1'Jth, at hull alter .i o clock. 1 he .uuiu.il an dictory perform ances will lake place in the Ninety Hall on 3Ionday tho läth, at 3 o'clock, I. M. The friend, of the Institution are respectfully invited to attend. All former members of the Soeieiv will Le warmly wtlcointd on iticir return to the Halls of their Alma 31atcr. JOHN V. CHILDS, Cor. Sir. if the 1'latoncan Society. (ir.F f. M" a r le , July 1, l.-: t.". ST. .HAIitWS SiniZAAUY. fRIIF. Pall and Winter tt rm of this I n;itiit:n will Cfmmertfe on j Tlrirsdny , the 2Mb ot Ausist : and continue weeks ,?s !iere- tolore. 'I'li(e deir.in .f . articular inforni tlioti are renticsted to ad- uressthe Prim iital , Itev. S. L. J HI.NSON, I nilian;c,vli. 'JO-.'lw TU A.VSY LVA. I UX I VIIKSITY, 31nIm';iI lloiiariiiieiil. fjlnn course of instruction will open, a heretofore on the first .Monday ui .Novemlier, and tlue on llie last From lion. Rusä Wumn, l',trd &a!e (,'frrf Jtult' frtht Da-trict f JI.C.'t'GI. Mr. llihi urd Utighn'H. Ii-trtit, Oct. SO, ? 341. lar Sir W. ih ;reat l anire 1 state tlie fact of the -riUte and radical cure jf the Fiver and Apne with m I ich iny ton 'am vni attackt-d, 1) llie usi-, iuiiiiaiit to dirtctimi, of l)c. l iMid India Chola.)jue. He hud a m-verv an att u a I,rer w iir.cMcd, and 1 apprehtnJed a lorii; inürol thi di ae, liicU mint- j'-artinio t'te eu.e li n I rfi'' 1 t 'lrunrh. Hut I Mai pruviihiitially ld to im-.ire your at! .crii:cnn lit i:i rt lai!on tn thi nitliciiK l (t i tuiiH d to try it, and lh- uac uf one buttle lmle the iliseae, and I am r nt'.il. nt ha t H i-ctt-d a i mli' a I ruT, itt immih' hae now cl.i..d ithnut a return of it, and my on i in tlie enjoj ment of robust tu ilili. It is aii in alnnl.lf- m dicioe and hould lc ge:urdl) kiiuwu. llfbS NV ILKLXS. From Hon. Si lthln V. R. To bu..:e, ofJI J-tgait S..fe Senate. IIitviNciHM, Dec. 13, 1811. Mr. Liti;hnnim ih r.w to iiiloini )ou what I know of Dr. Osgood. India t in. la """, or auli lili.n meiljeiiit.. 1 do Ik-Ik-v that if the virtue and . "iiacy of t Iii medicine veregi lierjll) kl? Pf llie F-vcr cut Jlue ;vould 'luappe-ar in M-chian. I jr..curt d a bottle in the .iriii; of 1841, anJ liave sxm1 mnn t believe that vnjsrtj awl J'nmitj ctco'i d tf,c uguc last spring in rn sequence vf itt use. IVrliap no Ummer inre t'ie u lll. m. nt of this fine p"ttOlar h?.i the fever and ?pc been ?o j ievali lit a t'.ic la-t. I line re:orn mended tld medidiie in numerous intaiiri , and heu the diea liad I nn- 1'iM it anil l;!'"Vl the kill of .hiciaii ; and hax-t never knoun it fad'. It hai universally product d die must happy etn-et, and I tx licit- it ha. nt-vt-r Im t-n t xettdtd by any mvdieiiue in remo ini the biliou dit as of t lit- eliiuate. VoiiisnKttlully, SI Kl'HKN V. It. TUOWUHIDGE. Frmn Jfon. C Tji.fwo?th, Chancellor if the Statt cf .Vicuan. ... ,DcTku!T, March 33, 1S42.-. Jfr. r.iln r:' il liin' rmy lii 'qist, lirir-- t. i Sir I have made me of Dr. Ojjood Iiii'm Chulajjue and have had iipM)rtiinitie t f v itneinp it atuiary tb cu hen uaed j other. I l liee it a n:t abiable mtdiciue for the eure cf Jever ami 'i'W ; and aUo that it rojn r ue i l prove a morf certain ttet-t utive against it reeurieiiee, tu vt hich i isona lio tiae b eft aticted a ill it aa liable. iy n pi. ;(fully, K. FAUNSWOH'lH. 1 dav of February. i ...... - - iiiKii r liic ioii.tw i ne atiani -ment . Ur.YJ.LMLV It. J)IDU:Y..I.D., rr.festorcftlie Frincphi and ir.V. . KiciLililJSeW, .V. J , Professor cf Obstetrics and Distorts i if It'omen and Chi'tirrn. Tt(OU.i D. .)irjViIt:LLtM. D., rrvftsiorvf .Valeria Medica atJ 'J'h rafiiuti is. noltlMT VF.TF.lt, M. n , Vrol. or uf ClumUtry and riiarmacy. .'7W.V (. M .V. ., l'iotrT vf Tkrvnt and VratUct J.1MF.S .V. Kl'ilf, M. D., V. ri -M.r i f Sound und Surjkul .Inafomu. , . ... ,isT .1 1 ,,r inirouurun it-M vii i. gnen en Ainnu.iy, i ueiiüv. and A MCr LADY. A WOtnail Calling herself Mrs. Or Wednesday the. didactic w.-jr.-e wtll oieiioii Thuradiy, .oveiiibef ! SAMOHD Fc 1'A UK, general at-infr tKe We.t, at their V et From Lt cies Apcott, .V. D., laic Surgeon United States my. li.iR.iT,nct,'l, 1 e; 4 1 ... Tit Fdicard Bingham, Eq.y Agent fur the nle " tS; InltaC'V tagfiguel do bei eb certify that 1 have ucd the Inc!i Cho'agojjve prepared by Charit Osgood, ?i. I., fur intei mi'.te'il fever , and it ha exceed) d my most tannine e-(ectati.iw in tue cure of anl t ase. I fer I a contiilt iice in recommending it a a erfectly aafe and highly U iieficial r med) and cure for f vt r and ague, chill f ver, dumb ague, of a,uy other form of iutermitti nt IVit r. 1 do furile-r tttify that the mediiine has in thi itiniiy, and in other where it ba In-ch u.d, ac juirtd a very high rej.ut ttiou. and that in every cae here it ha Ixen umd to my knowledge, it haa un'neifal!)' ro-Juc d a eily run, and remored to tbe mol er feet health, heu all jht r rtiiieJit have faili d. neipctfully your, I.I C1US AHHOTT. Trice XI 0. Sold in Cincinnati, Ohio, v h.leale and relail bj 1 0 1 K i I l o 0 0 0 t 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 Ü 0 1 Dr.! M'rs, .k or -1 yours old, has bctll detected in Lai- 1 -frsMra f.csinininiito.i().,?.,,tirflKcfl.Mf.drrf, in trn J)tIM,t fr tl.e tale of valuable Family M ditilic, lio:ili-rt 0 ' " . rr ni i ' . c lM "est money ci.rrent where the pupil. reside. Matriculation feu ' .... ., , ... . . . "ititn.rc in a stranjjo alTair. She boarded at a rash- u ii..it.i n, kit with tii...cii la-.tures, Un.tu uion Fre c"itoI i-ourth d Wai.mt -trert.. . I iotiablc Ilotfl, tlrC!-ed tip JslimntUOUsly Ii i Walked OUt Disctins Ticket,. M. The needful expenses of hvin-ranze U1 by I OML1XSON UUt) MIKHS, IniPatiap ii. 41 , ?ld,ilv between meals. Rhenas followed, and it was T JTnlT lZZ:J:rTt S Mills KilNaill f Wild Cherry! I fonnil that she used to jjo to a mean lnju.se in a litth; by ioi.iiessin h-.u-i., iost pai.f, t tih.vias d. mitchki.l, 0 alloy which she rente for the purpose, strip olT her JdiiLr i: H 'Life. U j linnry, ptit on rajjs abü go out soliciting comribuiions TIC llnfu ,1 Lif,. Inur:inre 1 onip:iiiy WiTrr Frtn Cat.vf.s. ArrwTi tit rorrntlv tmmht Liv. me wliat, till then, I did not know, viz: that calves, ToTeaciiera. while fed on milk, need free access to water. I had Toc'ier-viuVn sup;oseü the mine, 0:111111111'' ineir enure iokj; - 1 ......1.1 1 -itiiirli i 1 1 1 it 11 1 1 tr'itnr Iit mt )initir ntif i ft! my calves trotu ono pasture 10 anoiner, tney pass.! a j;imin'y jui, o ! water-trough and drank heartily. I acted on the J,",e') 1 hint, and have since supplied them, ana una they nerd water ns otten as older cattle. No day pases without their usinjx more or les. Ohio Cultivator. 0 i l.r a dyin-' tnotln r, &c, always retiinun in tune to 0f A'ov Vorl . I tlress her-elf rjjain ih e'uperh attire, and be at the f 'SMIS Iti'-titutiun, during the month ut June, issued Ninety new Hotel at ngular hours. J his romantic lady is said To yh.l(ulll;ailj" Traders, to be now in Philadelphia, pays the Spirit of the Toi ieik, Times, pursuing perhaps the same game of dissimu- Lj", li'J,' latlOU. Io Manutii torero. 1 0 l.ookselli r. and l ul Iijiit, 2 !' 1 ton M;iaier, 1 1 1 o 21 1 4 3 To fli pi ianst, To l..i yers, To Me liiuiicji, To Artist, Tn ,s-'uK-rca r?i. To rresidenl of a Bank, Tot 'ashler, do To ficiilleinen, To 1 .ad tea, Lives injured, Condition of thi oßre on Ihr .-t ot Ft ri.-jrv end nt thi.e dole. (ir. U, .m'f VJ. Wilt Mintc't s w i tr nasc ! Muri- c ride nre. of tts strjussini htitdh U !ratit f Yirtit s ! ! ! From Dr. ltic. ynnf.ld, ' a-'1 v;'f .a 1 . Ay. M .r. Sanford ci l'aik. Sprint;'! Id, Ky. Ma) 14, tii-nts 1 take tin ono.irluiiity of infoi miitg ju of a moat re- Jl markable cure pertorined upon me by the use of 4Ur. W'itar Dal y . aam of Wihl C'lit rry. 1 ! In the ear 1 IU I wat taken ith an inflammation of the bowel I ahich 1 lalxirtd under fornix ctk when I gradually ret oven J In the fall of 1611 I w& attacked with a m Vt re cold, which aeatrd ' ittelf upon my lung; and for the paee of three year I waton- fined to my It d. Itrn d all kind ot meilu int , and every variety '-'J of medical aid without btmitt ; and thus I wtariid along until the winter of 1P4I, when I heard of "ll'i stir's V.altam 'H'itd Chei ry. My Iii ml eruadtd me to give it a trial, though 1 had HCii Up 0 1 mm 1 1 ü 1 0 NOTiri:. rfIIK ro partnersbiri heretofore eiisting under the firm of Pay, Tyler St. Co. is thi day dissolved by mutual consi-nt ; and V.. Js. Tyler, one ef the partners, id authorised lo etile tlie affairs of said coiicera. - A. D.W. K. i. TVI.KR. I Piwp..t.i'. Aug. 13. 1343. CI W. KHK KT A K CO . aotii:i:. rqUK unlerienel,one of Ihe late firm of Pay.TjIer A. Co., re- H'-'i ? I I .-T f-i7,41l s'l7,-.7: i."h i!i,".i7 a-,:i5 !.,::-. 1 427 'j7,--J I0.WI $.V,,3l5 ! Inrieasp nince I si l eb'y. M. KOni.NtON, rresidenl. ?MutL IUnnaT, Serretaiy. Mimi kn l'oT, rhysn i;iii, 5!'l Proidway. I5-fw 47 4S öl IIu.Mbi'fjr.iN.;. It is ipaxim in the profeP.siwn of the law that nothing apjx rtain, to it iriUNt hi h-ft iinread. The best w ixlom ol" the world is contained in their learned volume's ; and the destruction of any out' of them tnut create a gaj in the learning uf ap'ä. Dot it retptires a life of liard study to become erud.te in this science; and the people must therefore be tax ed for the support of tlie profession. Every contract of the siualhst kind must be draw n up in a legal form, or it will not be alid. A lawyer must be called therefore to tlraw it up, ami other ollicera to seal it, each of whom must have a fee for his trouble and at trndence. Hooks are made as a substitute for reason, lie who should set up his own reason auainst nrece- put up on the principal corners ! Since we put them hy the nay, that tho council of Leipsic, is" in direct dent, would violate tin; rules of Court and forfeit his Stkeet Si'iNs. Why can't our City Council ap- ; s:iid Vj be inclined to adopt that t;'rictioii, in ord'r propriatc fxir or live dollars to having street signs j u t,jf. ün, v reformer. We may observe, . ... ..... .1. ...... ' un 011 the corner of a.hiiiirton and Illinois streets, ! opposition with the Court ot Lome, whilst the we have heard but one that is, that it shoal n a.'iiiu iu:i anu inures ruiti, i '..'ii."ii iui me; vvmi ui ii. ... , . 1111-.1 un me opinion mi tlie smbject ; and ; reformer of Schne'ulcinuhl docs n-t w;s!i to separate i!d be generally done. The ex- t'"li- ;r this reason, tj.erskr.s followers instead 0 - ot stvllier tliOin.iiK siinnlv ( icrni:iri (..'ittiolir Imvo pense will be so trilling, and the public convenience I(n.ft:rmf to adopt the style of tieruian Aootolical eo much consulted, tliat v.c c-hall expect to tee it im- fJatholic. A m)st tIaiurerotis rival to .AI. Hon 'e and I " mediate! v done. reputation for leal wisdom. The utility. of digests is to prolong suit a for however insignificant the case, it 13 considered by the true lawyer as infinitely important to be decided according lo true precedent. Hence it is carried along from one session to another, because common sense must not decide until all pre- t zersiU has arisen m the person ol i. 1 ribil, chief j cedents have been examined lest human reason should ot a new sect of Catholic (ieriinn Protestants. The The State Journal desires to know by what autho- entir;? body of (ii rm.iit Cath!ics who protested ngaiiist rity the troops of tlie United Slates have" been march, d the Confescj,,,, of Faith published by the Catholics of f ... . .,. i. i . ,i IJerlm, are cornpri-etl innler the latter name. The to Texas. It it wi consult l ite num.iers t.t th . , . . . n . i n ' niho'ic 1 roti'staiii.s are more allied to the uogmns ol National Iiitelligeiuer, it will fmd an answer to the t!l0 lu.i0Mt r;itholie Churcli than any of the o:!ier tpiestion, and have its doubts entirely removed. 'J he sects which divide the utwntiug Catholics ; they have Intelligencer, fed.-ral as it is in sentiment, and opposed already n p! iced the crucifix i n the altar, and the mi te annexation, vet fullv agreed to the propriety of . tr on the head of their chief. DisgusUd with t!;e 1 1 1 . r f. 1 ! I I wl i .t ... . I .11 ...... . Vi l'i.twr.. I..... .l..f. .. . , . , i i I I 4 . . I iu;iumuu . ji jus loilow is, .ii. n-ni 'v; ii. is ueie iiu.u l!.o m ivotncnt. both oil t nJ sCOiV ot lawtlil nrht Ülld . , , ., . .ll- - . m J - w siieelfully iiilorm his Irieiol and customers tliat be will still ronl'Hue the lkxtk Ilindine and Clank Hook .Maiitifacluriiis biisines., in all list vailoiH hranrhrs, at the old stand ipHile the Palmer House. Im.iiml.lo, Aug. 1. '21 U .M. A. IAV. Territory ol Wicoii-iii -31il ;uiki c County. r.tfOFE THE Ibisj. A. ti. Mll l.tB, IM THE DISTRICT CoCBT. June Term, .1. D.y Sl.. 3S the matter of the etuioii of John It. ÄI yers, an inrtolvent debtor, to lie diiM-liarced from Iiis dcl.ls. Il ;ijiruri n to the Milfactioii ot' the court that notice of llie (tendency of this application lias not U-eii puhlished accoidiiu; to the former order m ule herein , on motion of I'.li.det 6c. Walker, i .lu i tors fur petitioner, it, in ordered that all tlie rrediroM of wild inlveiil l.e and Uiey are hereby retprtred in whow raiHf, if any they hive, on the ecoiidIond.ty in Noveniher, A. lb, Isl.'t, before Ihe iaid JuJi-', at tlie C'ourt llor.se, in the town of Mil Wuukee. wliv ail loisiiitirnt oT tlie esi.ile of said iiinolveiil hIk.uI I u..t Le uiniJe and he if fsrli.i,-f ed from hkdeWs. Hr the e'ot bt,. . )-Visconsii! Arpid puhlüdied at Madwon, W'.-T., and Indiana Seoiiiiel, pnMi-slied ill liidi.in.-ipoliä, la., will please publish the above iiotiee fir I0 weeks successively, and send affidavit of pnblicalioii and hill to llinollice. .Vdtcaukce Luurtcr. -''l-l 'w Mute of lnli:iiia Iltiinilton County. Im the IUmiltom I'horatc Cotitr, Atoi si J'tKM, I r I.. William W)i kotf as Adm. of the e.st.ite of Joshua llaimlfoii dee'd, vs. Samuel II llainiltoii, Hidney Ann t'ovven and Andrew C'oweii, her husband, el al. (defendant ) i'rtitwn to tell Heal F.state. fHIIK said petitioner havini? lliH day proved hy the affidavit of a -fl- disinterested erxon Hint the said füimiel 1. Ilaimlloii, Sidne-y Ann IJowen, and Andrew Cow en, defendants lo said peiilioii are not residents of the SLite of Indiana., they are ttiertfore hereby imtiiied that a i.etition was filed in said court at the last term thereof anui nst the heirst.f said Joshua Hamilton dee'd, praying for the sale of said real e.state, to It; made assets in the hands of said tH titioiier, lor the purpiM of paying life deb's apainst Mid estale ; thaffaid etiiioi i still iH-ndine, and that unless they appear and plead, dt mui or answer to said petition on Ihe fust day ol the next term of said Probate com!, lo I e holden at llie t'onrt House in the town of Noblesville in said county, on Ihe second Monday of Attait, If 13, Ihe said iietitioii w ill be heard and determined in tlietr absence. July -J I. I . ie-3w-fa-Tr JOHN f!. ntJRXS, Clk. A II I ISTKATOR' S A l.i:. anotli-r win Id. 'l b ion li tbt ir oiieilaticli. I ws. induced Ivmll tie;'the Hctiitiuc 11 titur's l.'ilsum if Wild Chr-fj. 'I be efliet m truly atini-liiii. A iter 'ir v of tl'u t ijM, puiit nd uf ferin ; and after lia i:n; j nt fuwir five fi nd ;'.! dollars lo 10 pui poM , and the tii .tand niot n ; cable jilij .i"ian bad rod ii n.i ailioiT, 1 a. hii retort d to eiifiie lo utili lir ihe blenig; f eid an' l'ie Ii- of lr. Witr' ii'ilsaui id Wil 1 Ch rry. I am now ti.jojiti jr"o' nltb, and -tnh is my aliens! appear ance that I aiu no louder Liio u lü u I imet my furnier aeqoaint aim. I have ;r;:iinttl rapidl) in weight, and mv fleh i firm and solid. iiiouoccu ;ass: 'tIamitactoicv. 'Bll K stibscrilier has taken the stand at A'. FMd Fourth street, m. Cim innnti, l.iii ly occupied bv Mr. J . A. Kiiub ill, liere he will manufacture In oeb r. Suii' al, I eiil.i I, Jew t try and tlagiieirei.) pe Miuictiire tjases, ol the very lust sty le and q ialit) , and al the lowest e.is tu nrics. Mini.ili.ie t.isesof all sizes coustanll on hand and for sale, whole- I can now eat as iimeli a. any r.n, and ni) r.l MinuluiKrrs Kile and retail. ( vnh tue. I have eaten more during the latl i months than I bad rders fiotu the country rispt-clfully solicited and prompfly attend- t.aUl, fue ar Im foie, - Ai.. I t,iXJ, i int my ease almost a mir.icle, I ili-em it n-eesary for SC)1 'S'l A la Vlst) VHS. ' x)lv , d of ihe ain.cuil, and a dul) 1 ir to the proprietors anl SMAVn for sale Ihe Ix t piahiy of iJerman Archer bland Hölting m ,.w (.,, Mo.old know viheie rclul may be bad) to Cli tln, and millf-is are ihv lied to evaiinm- llii in (.elore pur. ha&i ni ; ' ,. , . . , lor their U iatitvl refer to .Mr. K. U. I iideiUi'.l, of I ndlananelis. , at-t- b. tat n.ei.t p. l.l.e. WM. S. .'Oll.NsTO.N, I Miy the blsini; of U.hI rest upii the proprietors of si alua N. I, comer of 1'i.nrtii an.l Walnut streefs, t'in inn;iti, Dhin. 1."- lv ble a mediiine as Wii ' l!al-am of iil Cherry. nAKKH. ii:orosn.s cob imii;h. ROI'DSALn willlie renivvd at t he office of tlie Auditor of Pub lic Account, until "J oYlo -k, on S.ilur l.l v, the t'.lti day of Sep- teiuber next, for furnisliin Uiree hundied reams of iihmI Piintni!! I'a per. Also tiiirty teams il in tl it t '.iji, .No. 1 ; also Unity team plain ii'iarto I'ost, o. 1 ; also seventy live reams fund ruled Letter l'aer ; ; also tliir'y reams ls-st ruled letter pa;M-r ; alt, t flirty reams liest st i tic to of blue laid No I, I tier pi r, luled Miinples of juali'y mul be j furnished for the iusii xfioil of tin' uiidersisuej, a lid a det.i l led state- ! ment on rale i.l prices, :ici'oiiiian Iii earn prois;il. s-uccesolul bid ders will be icii'iiied lo tnlti into bond .n ordin to law Yi.lirs l .M llfulIC. WM. II. t' l he ( .'Imiin Ii tti r IVoni D.atur llilihev, of l l tnklin, lud , w ho 1 mW l.i-li iii hi i roll s-M'ii, ami i auk amoni; the tirat ti. Iii .an ( f ihe Slate, shall ip ak for r lf in eoinmt ndatioti of the (ieiiuiiic Wistai-' UaNam id Will flurry.' I'lanklin, Ind., Apiil 14, lt4. !ers. Sanfoid Park I bait but a f i w Im.uIcs of Wisiai'tbal- : mui of wild cherry remaining on hand ol the lst lot l'urnilied nist j b) oii. I beirtolure taitiil ui.nl I I.;hI miIU uut ai.d liad ulilnimd . ....... . . . ... II. J IIAKHIS. A. P. A. ! the money lor one lot la lop- I oiiknd ttiiotair. UUt such is the JOHN II. TIM Ml I'SOX, Src'ti of S'clc. demand lor the aiti-le thai I do not wish to bv w iihout it, and am Kt ) .t .IAllt.VT, Tr.-f Hate. tin relore ted t ainicinate a little. '1 he money for the last lot shall fHdtilHttpi'hi.ii'Hr. t, !" DOCTOR EVANS. ITH'i: over .Miller's Hat r-lote, -M d.s.r east of Washington Hall. i. i . w-.... r. L' j be foi tliioinin hy the time the bit dipos I of, which, fiero the ab s 1 haie made lauly, 1 iln'.k iM Im-bin boil time. 'Ibeil- fictollhe batsam are in many cans sti ikinly tie:n filial. ßOT' im'iruvet tfon ai ijuaiu'ninr more than auij vtlur I'a'rut Medicine I I -r I fwic n .Jjfy Almost all other tail oh.i trial, and not be- able to bear -the list ol cpi i n ii-.-c, soon ink ml !. cxpcJie'iiry. To Stop, a Kiw.vv. ay Hoksi;. The Jloston tvi'ri the folloWiP nxeipt : "Onr way to i-t ; u iritcYncd horse when he is running away, is tor the crowil on all sides to s;n out, at the top of t heir ltius, 'whoa! whoa!' and Me him a neral hroad.ide of hats and canes, and to poke uinlip llas at him." We have s. imi this id-in tritt hut, owimr to some ed to tthandon theeccK'.sia'.tic?! sUtc entire ly, ami to .defect in the action of the crowd, the thiiu' did not accidentally contradict the gosj,,.! (,f tjlC (Jonrtu. OTITK Is hen by civen that I will ewisr to nie at public auc- pared more adtii Journal linn onKiturday, the.aiHb day ofAnj! , iat.",althe late residence , 4t)lrrSMIi;, of Peter Iturk lecra.sed, Iii Wa fte t'w in-hip, Marion county, la., alt j . , -eek consolation m mnrriajre. it is r-rid that he is . t-ueceed. Torlnns the cries were not loud cnouL'h. , T ,,rj ,, . . t, f m,i., ,r,.1Nf,(i nl,nllt U) nwrry the dtuhter of a wealthy merchant. : and tlie array of hats, canes and umbrellas not muTi A Lir.F.r. Slit. .Mrs. Hiuce, the lenule cceu-cu , - 1V. Iif rmiin , f. t .;,,..:., i , . !;...i.. i.i.t.. . , , ,.i hut owing tu theft 'j causes, or a natural stubbornness in the horse, the remedy did not work. ISupjiose, w hen a horse next runs away in I'altimorc, something eke he tried. There would be novelty in doing so, if no thing eke. toiimno. mto rui:ics Have been appointeil nie aeiit.s in 1 J tanajHiIis tor the sale r.f the fallowing valiiablt .Meilu iiieK-. - ajSilIS S;ir:ip:irill:i, Porfuririf S mfula, Tellers, Lr si'las. Cancers, obi nnd rrialicnnnt l'iiceJ5l inrbottle. Sold bj SAXFOHD it 1A UK, ..rr. Meicuiial lliseases. and all dL-ordcis evult iicini? an i-m.iiritv of I ' Northe ast corner of VuiiuIhimI Walnut sts inir 'l'li't, however, ums to Ik- iiio1 highly vaOtt i by th..e who base tested il virtue, and experienced in healing tftUsc) in thesr " a ta-es. Yours ver rispectlully, JAMKS HITCH BY. Ihehlo'Hl. Trie?! I'O per hoUl. (D'Ca riil ley's lliiilitiritt, Called by nnny 44 (Iri Hty's st't Wimm Vni'miht, "from its entirenia3 teryover all Tcttrra, (or 5?alt Kheum,) Sca'd Head, Ringworm, etc. True Tö cts. a Indlle. tnWr, Iluiiipln e 's Vrrlalilt Oiiiliiiciif, Tot the cure of "IM LI'.S," etc. No article is capable of being fire- pared more ndtiiitnbly a. I ipled for the lel.ef and tlioiough cure of this as? Pii e l (Mi a jar. And by TOMLIVSOX HHOI 'II KHK, Indianobt. 41 ... - si si .. - sth I s ta aa Bib. kBia:- i ... ...a r ii.. ....i.l .t-. .:...l .-..e.-Ui..... .,r lunses. one I .llt'll IM S t .is. sis a i.i-tsi. row on,, iw.. l...r. n a-, ui. one two borne I'eacock tloui?h. one loiie r.., l,.v I'VINi.l enri iIim i tit ion. lor ui.d, Ihu ks. iso in , iue ifet ted I i three eeks in a case oi bevcnycaia rtanuiuj;, ty ui ' I Ol 1 Ol 1. J I - I" Dr. Jacol lSeckcrr" tVIcbnilcsl i:VL-lMLSA3l, 1 SrF.ClFIC FOR CJIHiKVrC, S O H F., I. VF LAM F. D .1 .VJ) It F A A'; J 1 F. S. Anionc the many extraordinary cures elleiled by tins truly svonder fs Italsani.we have room only f.-rthe following: q t ? 1.1 5 5 1 1 .1 ,"s..i r. I. .--"Ilitt'nniiy induces me to make know n lo the citiirna ..I't in. inuati. vsl o tnav l-e allbcled with Ihe above, au timubing ploupli, one harrow two aaddleH, cearf, Collars, and In mm uleiisils, J rf(1,7 a,,d ;. other diseaes that rnpnre an eiler.ial ap se of Ill'.l'KKU'Ji l 1 HALSA.M. The case referred lo ho,,. lnddlu,.,.ture,andotlr;r aru:: ut.H auJ llKm whtf üUCe lItU., w WM u..t. will, hunccd ...-in. Tl..i- ii ii nine iiioiiiiih iu i f.ir.. ......i. . ....... ... ...... ................. --j- , . j ef having s.;ld the head of her dead husband to a jd.y o:1 tjif. an.s ()f tjf; j m(t rt.,ainrd iudiiferent iciaii, lias Mied the j.ubl.sliers of the L'ro. klyn Ad-, to the reSirriiuis luovemopt w birh agitates (iermany. ertiter fur a liht 1. U V.eue, .Mayener, and Cobie !, heave clewed their j d'Mirs to the reformer-, and the eohnnns ef their Jour- I naU to the quarrels of religion." fj-yi-c James Jlall'i Curd. wards, the nun haser civilis his Hole, w si la approved m-ciuity. Ju',j, s.j. l'J-aw-K V.HIU.YIFJ. It F.I. L, .1d,nr. H f'.t'KI VKD Ihia day 501HJ' Ib.s Hacon of the tit pi ihly. and for BS pu'eby Ü MIT II K. HAN N A August t., I sr.. a u-Xiioiv7 von sai. VCOOI) 2d hand 2 Imise wacon ami harness for tale, cheap f.r cash or pr-. d'tcejaj: SMITH lI1.VV.rS. 7 IVA xv i I.I. kinds of countiy produce ut Ihe Mc-ie of SMITH 4 H.1.V.V.I.. LOOK Il(HIM! wry K wnnt;to.uy äti.UtH t.. Huron, for which the b'7l.rt If prices write paid by s.mihi - ii.ia.na. i ll iiiniiatloil loiilinut u io nu ii use , leMoiin an reiueuir, nw v 1 J si i. u je.tr. Having heaid of tlie lemaikaUle eure effected hf 1 "Ih iktt s i:c llal-am'asa l im ,e.oit, I mnde a trial it, ndm bapp) loceitii'j ihat it elfet led a permanent one hi thiee vsesrks. IMIAKLKS NtUlTII, TinHai., I d.s.rs weslol Vine.M Snhlbv TnII.INSii. IlimTIIKUS, Indian i;sli.. 41-y AIHIIMVnüTOKN äotici:. .'t I H I", is tie's fiven tbut the tin.ler!!'! Itastakeii letters ol iidiuinistriiti 'U uii ihe eMule ul Tct r r.urk.lateof Marion rotn.tv, and Slate of Indiana, .lece:.ed. All ietfous tuileUM lo tl.epa'id esi.ite are ie.pi. Med to make mme..ii.te pas ment, ami tl ..s.- t -living il..iiiis;.-aiiM lUe isatiie. r.ie not in'i i" l" 43 On in w i 1 buy no other. I'mcon'v l- tl 0.j'Ir. M;siUVsatli'iN Htp.itic i:iiir, Kor the cure of lirer Comm i d., I iipi-i, etc. See advertise ineiil in anol her column, l'ricel tu per hot-le. aTr-:!!? Aiio.lyiie Cordial, Highly recommendt'd by the medieal laculty Bud ofliem, as the les4 medicine known fc F-oirrhir-i, Hon el CidcinU, Cholera .Morbus, aud most Stumm r Ce( fti.ftf.Mif I'i.iMica. l'rice 31 rents a botl'.e. TJ lh1. lVil!i;nnstir laiii Soother, I'or the ToOTH AfllK. Il vv id cute the. moM obstiuats cas-rt in fivs iMs.:winnJ eTelcteiio'isdrug. It u rJtctUj innocent. 1'iice 2j ct.- I be iexdvei t. .V.1TH.1. 1 t.l. tt.L . iuule. 1-y ' July'.'., !".