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I J.MKTF.D ron TUP. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. SKNAiE. Friday, December 8, 1S4S. The resident bid before the Senate the older of business !tniri.- the piesent ission, and on motion of Mr. Stewait, loo copies oidercd i be piimcd for the nse of the Senate. ANn the following appointments of St inding Committee : On Elections Met. Holloway, Hamiick-, Coat. Day of t. J.erh, Si i p-on, Waters, Conduit, Jame-, and Green. On ttnance Mom.i Muriisnn, RoUss.ati, English, Dot- Jet, INnliitk, James, Kiln, Maitin, nuckles, Malotr.anJ; On the Judiciary linn. Henry, Orth, Her d, Osbort e, Randall, Davis, Walpole, Elli, Ilaivev. Palter, McCarty, IluLixi.pn, Kiiaii. Stewait, Sieeth, Hubbaid, Hendricks, liurkb', :,n 1 Carver. On Federal Relations yt MeCaity, Rra 1, Iy of St h. LvatH, Ctiahani. H trdin, Matlm, Maish, Moriison, I ?ith, ()-h..it.e. Walpolr, Toitei, Mot.t-umcry , Htudricks, Dole, and li tiiht, n. Un Lducation Mesvs. Stewatt, Monion. Ualpo!e. Rm- d-I!, Mi.ntgi meiy, toinctt. 0h-.ii e, tlolloway, C atOith, uji:i, i mi; i, iiatuuj, .viarMi, lieaiu, liainiiCK, .uiier, ana Dole. O.i Military Affairs Mei Rouiseau, McCai ty, Miller, Caatt, Adam, llnh-h. INtr-tetter, and Simpson. On Gi'ials and Internal Improvements Meis. Walpole, ! Aiiller, (;aliam, Moriion. Duvi, Rbinon, Milliken, IIolb way, Kvans Herod, Conduit, llouht n, D le. Heaid, Oith, Montgomery, Osboit.e, Martin, Randill, and Pay of Ko?;ci uko. On Roads Mer. Hardin, Beard, Pide, t.reen, Mil!iau, Taber, Waters, Mai tt. Huirtetter, and P iy of St. Joep. On A fairs if the Town ( Indianapolis Messrs. Heard, Stewart, Sieeth, Harvey, Sirupen, Conduit, and tlarver. On Claim Messrs. English, K-.binson, Miller, IIulFstct ter, Sieeth, Hubbaid, and Caatt. On State Prison Mer--. Head, Taber, Casatt, Milligan, Ilei'diick, D vi-, Coinett, and English On Unfinishel Business Me.-srs. llatvey, Casatt, Milli ken, Milhan, and Ilt ndiicks. On S ate Library Mer. Montgomety, Gm ver, Cornett, Robinon, and Simpson. On Public Buildings Messrs. Mi'.ligan, Evans, Taber, Dy of Ko-ciu-ko, Conduit, llcught n, and M ilott. Un Statr Binfiyes. Davis lleiod. James. Maitin, I a- ( ter. II liow .y, Marsh, Henry, Klli, Rudall, Cornett, Co'.. a, ! iiamnric, uratum, uaivey, Kou-seau, an i lueen. On manufactures Mer. Robinson, Purler, Ellis, Hen- ! iy, Moriison, Hubbaid, Buckles, Milliken, Milligau, Read, and Waters. On Agriculture Mesrs. Miller, Read, Dole, Waters, Coats A-Iam, Cassatt, Day of Kosciusko, Day of St. Joseph, Ili:irt tter, James. Evans, Houghton, and Malott. On Corporations Mer. Milliken, Miller, Rouscru, Maish, llatvey, Hetod, Hubbaid, SIteth, Walpole, Gietn, (Iiaham, Carver, and Hardin. j On Leuevolent Institutions of the Slate Mci'. Coinett,' Moutginneiy, Haidin, Moiiion, Orth, Porter, Stewart, Rati-j liall. Ellis Hamiick, and McCaity. j On Enrolled Dills Messr. Hamiick, Adams, Henry, and j Shth. j On Engrossed Bills Messrs. Adams Cassatt, and Ruckles, j JOINT COMMITTEES. j un ruouc juuaingsMei. iaisn, nuusicucr, ioie, , farver. Conduit, IKjuhtm, and Water. On Canal Fund Mesr. Porter, Marlin, and Hend:icks. O.i Slale Library Messrs. E!li, Hubbard, and James. On motion of Mi. Stewart, ICO copies were otdered to be printed fur the use of the Senate. I ' itii m res? n I. By Mesrs. Montgomery, Taber, and Holloway ; referred to select committees. Mr. Milliken offered the following joint Resolution, which was parsed to a second reading on to-moimw. A joint Resolution iu relation to slavery in the newly ac- i-oirerl ten lfnriis Ilcsolved by the Senate and IL use of lit presentat ives rj the , relation 10 me io.r ucrii a.n..s ..-..jie-.Mi ...... State if Indiana, That slaveiy ought not tobe inttoduced j The motion elicit, d some discussion 111 which Messrs. into any of the leinfoiies of the United States, where it does Roseau and Dobs.m iu favor of reconsideration and Mr. rot now exist. I Edmonston opposed participating. Resulted ly the authority aforesaid. That the rules of in- The lloue adjourned, tematkcal law, which declare that the laws, lights and insii- J aftk.unoox skssio.v. tutioi sof ten it ries acquired by Ueai y, lemain in foice bulil r. mt)tjon to r,.ronsider pending was lost, rightfully a'teitd Iy t;.e tew uove.nment, is a principle! Mr 1)()HOM , (r,rej a joint resolution to the tflVrt that b.ed Uo justice, bumaMty and sound pd,cy and oug.it ; , , , nut tl, exit IH UI1V territory of the United to be ,nv,. l .My u-pected in the case of our newly aomiicd w fcre H lot S ot now v asSed to a second MexiCin posseMuns. Resolved ly the authority aforesaid. That inasmuch a ; "'a'im?; . - ... .1 , ,- . Chfo.ni. a,3 1 New Mexico, are, ,n fact, and in law, f.ee I Mr. Drnjy offered a resolution that he laws be cont.n leirit ins they i-Uiht ef 11-ht to icrnaio so; and that our ued in loree regulaling the pay ot soldiers in the Me.l ti.ito: be m.tiucted.sr.d 1 ur Repieseutativcs in CungiesS can war ; pnssnd to a second reading. he itqti.sted.t u-e all legal and constitutional means to op- j Mr. Orr introduced a bill regulating witnesses fees in ro'e the iniioduction cf slavery into ait ten itoties. ; this State; passed to a second reading . . Resulted by the authority njorewia, l nai, ur me mnt- mition cf all coocciii1, it i expedient that the Centres of J the Uu "fed States, ias 2 joint lesoluii ,n, ot an act etnb dy- j ir.g a declaiation of the exiting law s on this subject, as they t Resolved by the authority aforesaid, That, for ihe lnlii- apply 10 a:.i leiutriie. Li 1 1 was taken up. Resulted by Ike authority aforesaid. That the system of yf Kr(J novr(1 tiat tie tu b0 indefinitely post law fur the collection ef d. Ms, so fai as the same relates to UM, Hk sait, considered the passage of such a bill th institution of peonage now existing by previously enact- ; ftf , Lf.siji,aturu UIu!or its provisions in id Mexican laws m Uhforni and New Mexico, h a rem- of ihe Cmlitulion Tl(al J,ie c.m.tiiu- So forward Co. ' r r- pv . f the fo.fg'ingj.intrcsol.upm.tj each cf cur Senatou ; ihe Slate. I hit thft CoMstitulion of this fciate proxies ii.d Rep.eenIative. ,0 Co..tfis. I ' 'Actions shall be by ballot He thereto con- : side red ihe measure unconslitutional and therebTC tnado .. . . . t r . t t r the motion. by Mr. O,bori,e. to incorporate ihe Lapoite Iron Manuf-ic- ;.Jr. f rnn said be liad not introdm-ed the bill with timiii lumi any ; lead a second time and itleiica to the ap-; . 1,1 . .:..: 1 . r,i. ., J r Btiv inclin itioii to trample on the principles d the coiisii- piupiiate c ininittee. -. ,. ... . ', . . , ... i-M By Mi. Hend.icks. to atnend an act entitled " An act in- . lution. He said it mht be urged in favor of he b coipliaiingthc city of.Mad.MOi;" iasfd to a second icadmg. 't it wus sanctioned by former legis at.on. Such a bill A mes..,JC f,,.,,, the H.,use, iofoimm-lhe Senate that the -.bad been pased and acted upon and he was not willing I!ou?e weie t ow icady to go ioU the election of Piesidtntuf to insinuate any thing again-l the vvidoin and mtegrily the State B u k, instanter. "f t!oe w ho formerly lo hl seats in the Legislatur. lie Mr. Walpo'.e moved that the House be informed that the said it was the opinion of tho best jurists in the State that the :-ei.ate a as itady to ptoiccd'o the election of Pi evident , the act was constitutional. That he would challenge tf the State Bank, instanter, wi h c! sed doois. ! ariv member to show any thing in the coiisiitution of tho After the scc.et eMuii, ( Jui 11. g vhich Mr. Jan.es Moni-j State regulating the manner cd" electing U. S. Senators, s. n wis ie-eleeted.) Mr. Rradv said he was opjsed to the hill because ihe The P.esi.b titde. ided the point of oider lai-ed rn yestar- . n,ailllfr , j ;.ecti0g as it ptoposed consumed time unne day, in leiati n to the previous qui slnm cutting . tf all amend- ! ct.sarlv,,e tail end of the alphabet having the power nit :.i, SVC. , lliai ii un- nri'i'jii iui ii'c -u iiwuj 4"" sustained.it would cut off all amendment', and ihe question would be opm the adaption of the onzinal lesotution. The m tion for the previous question not being sustained by the Senate. Mr. Coats moved to hy the icsoiution and amendments on ; the table. J A division was called and lesulted ayes 25, noes 23. Mr. Tatei c-tl'eied Ihe bdh wn g lesolulion: iir. 1 at ei c-neieu me iojnw ing ieoiunuii ; Jlesolctd That the committee on unfinished business, be ' requested to repoit to the Senate, an act for the establishment ; State. c f additional blanches i f the State Bank of Indiana, together j Mr. Dobson said he was in the Legislature at the time with the lessons i f l is ExceUe&ry the Govemot withnold-; the manner ptoposed by this bill was formerly adopted his sanction to the same. Adopted. i Mr,d that at that time alter careful examination be conclu- 5-ciiate adjourned. ided that the right to pass such a law was clear. And aftebkoon sfssson. bsyond his opinion he was corroborated by Ihe sanction The PieM-lert laid before ihe Senate the Ihiid annual re- of'the (ioverm r. lie thought the constitutional require joiti fthe Indiana State Piison; laid u;o:i the table, and miIli that all elections tdionld be by lrl lot referred mere 3u ) c. pii -s, to t e pjii te.l. ' ly to popular elections. He said thai when the Ee'tsln- Ti;e j di.t resolution N . 2, in relation o the extension of tJre cr,..ltMj ()n,CC! jt provided for the manner ( e lecting slavery, was taken up and lead a sec nd Um. ! ofheers to till those oliicts as in tmme crises the Eegisda- Mr. Bead moved t. .eler the ,e,olut.oi. to Ihe committee . ifB -M ,,ial vi,fUm )tKcers ,,,,,, bfl ctcle,, en federal rehtion. , . ..- ,r . by joint ballot, and others bv separate ballot, and in se- M, Orth said lhat he wa otoed lo putiir.g oil the ex-I J ',, . . . ' . .. r,;'s,;M of Ihe op.nn ns and seuütnents of . his Senate, upon j ""session. I ß"" U''a" tnm this important . uesti-n any longer. We weie all Fue Soil M""on bad said, that it sometimes cousumed more Inno men when at home-then whv not come out now, and be : ".is nec essary, but I. thought there was a better Free Soil ir.cn heie ? This question should be early settled ! argument in Us favor. He wished to see Ins fiction in it is impoitant. Tbcie had al.eady be. n notice given by j the matter public, so that bis constiuents might know Senator in Coitus-, that he wueild take the eailiest oppoi- how ho Ii.kI acted. tuni'y t introduce a bill into Cingies? diuctly opposed to j Mr. Klso said he hid listened attentively to what had Free Soil doctrine. Two Senators fiom this Fiec Soil State been sa id, but was not convinced. He said it bail been f Indiana, had g'Oie to take their seats in Congtcs. who, it urged that the act bad precedent tosuppoit it. In answer was well known, would nm repieseni ine wines ei meir . constituents, but would oppose ihem. Th re was no neces- : sity for ii feience, and if insisted upon, lie would demand the ayes and noes. Mr, (lirvei said that he would t e called upon soon to give lös vote ujoo this impoitant questi n, aod would have sim jly voted wit1 out saying one woid, had not the Hon. Sena tens fiom Hancoek and Tippecanoe, intimated, an ! in fact said, that lho-e who would vote in favor of referring the lesoluiioi'.s to the committee cm federal relations," would be . . ' i.. i : i. . cuniueiei enemies io xno pimcipie conmneu m mv o'- lutt ns. This was not the case so far as he wa cor.ccrned, j .r ne was in uui i me iouiuiijh. nu , um. huvhchi r . t . a ...... 1 I ... k,. n.tin. called upon to give a direct vote, vote in favor of the adop- tion ef the resolutions. He a-Wed what practical good could be effected by pa-sing these icsolutions now ? Eveiy Sena- i!nl "entfernet ini-t upon tlie adoptn n ol tl.H mcauie at this taitv day ? Why not defer Ihe matter until the next a bnii i.tration. Thc'Whig party would il.en have the pow er, and e. ull adopt such a mcasuie if they were honet in their profession. Mr. i;. said f.nti.er, the object of introducing these resolu tions, was to rnanu.'actuie political capital, and that the Sen ator fiem Tippccan.e, was the fust to engage in the woik. t'ndei the ciicurn-ta. cc, Mr. G. said be felt it was Iiis duty to show the petition he i ccupivd it was foicel up n him He wt uld luve been in favoi of postpotiii g the mattet until ir e T lor administration, but that let the question c me up when it might, h would vote in favor of it. That if the gee th ir.en fiom Hat:coi k and Tippecanoe, could show any good piaclicsl ieas.,n for pasu.g the o low, he would vote against the ri fe ie nce, Uhei w ic in lav n of it, believing tint all tune spent in acting upon it now. was time iliniwn away. Mr s-ewait said tint he should vo-c to refer the j -int re ft luuon to the com mil tee on ftdeial ulati ns because it was io juisnance i f ihe usml pmctire of the Senate, cpc cia Iy in que-tions that were imioitant in their chaiactcr, ar.tl mote paiüculaily would he vote fo a tefeience of Ihe if solution befoie the Senate, bccaue two other icsoiution in ibe s.me subject had been (ffered. It was the duty of legi-lat is lo iotestigite eveiy impoitant qnesli n thorough ly. Committees were instituted for that very pnipose. He ilcnied that subjects w ere Heated ty committee in the man i. er stated by ihe hooorable S. i a'or from Tippecanoe. If mich were the fct, Iben indeed would the action of co-nmit-tees be but a fatce, as charged by the gentleman. But such was not Ihe case. He had served with that Senator on eveial committees, and he knew that he himself had inves tigated que jtiot.s with proper de-lit -nation, and not in the eaieless manner in which he had charged up-n the commit tees of the Senate. So far as cither the merits or demerits f the resolution were concerned, they weie not propcily before the Senate, and he had no reference to them in the vole be would give. He was only carrying out the usual I arliamentary order, practiced by the Senate since he had beeu a member. The geutleraac appeared to be peculiarly t-r u5on lhat flotjr, knew that it passed it could have i.o el- ! express doubts upon the subject. He thought there were feet, for it was wtll known that the piescnt Executive of j duubts on the subject. He said if the Legislature bad Ihe United States wmiU veto thi3 proposition that it was I ri,ilt , ay in what manner the election should bo as weil known that Cor gres could not pas, themtasuie orrr j Ili:i(it.ti1(. democrats having the majority , m'tghnlisfran the Pie-i hnfs veto ty a n.ajo.ity of two-thirds. Why then; , . ar , ,av, n.e election .11 to themselves. scnM'ivc cf his own ofT-piing, and thrs apj eaird to be but natural. There appeared to te a de-iie, on his pit, to Le ahe.id i)f a'l O'heir in making puliiical capital ut ef this (MCti'n that be n.ijit nap alt the gLny else why should he leMte no ntuch to picss his resolution, contraiy to the ij.mmI f.'tnjf i f tin Si in e Mi. S'ewarl concluded by saying that he voted with- ut reference to paity in tins matier, and would not suffei the Senator from Ti pccaiioe, or olheis, t attribute motive to him, or civr the ieaot which injured him to vote ; that he would d himself. And he tv.-uld inf im the jrontl man tliat hi vote was given, not on the inriits of the it-solution, but I rairy out wise and salu aiy of legislation which had ! h'thetto jovctned the Senate. Olhei cntleiiicn should v te under a tjke sense of du v. ,Mes,. Walpole, I). vi. aid R'itition. weic oppo-cd to refuting, and ei gazed in an animated !icusun w i : f l Mcsi. Heniy, l'-ueklc", and othei, wlu weic in favor of rcfeii:nr. The ayes and noe leing called, the remlution vs rc fctud nji-s 25, noe 22 Mr it mm mI tttil fit rnm m it trn la inctrnptoil not til rile ont fM(kt ,.f ,ne j ,jnf ir0iitioni, containing the sixth üecti-iM f the Oidinanre of 177. y( sw wait called for a diii m of the queiti-m. Mr. tHth tn-d to ly the s-mn on the table ; the ayc ln j n3V4 XVeie called, and icsu ted unanimously a'ainst 1 iy- jn,T on t TN' que"ti n iccu: ring i n the motion of Mr. Stewart, for a division of the quotion, the 1'iCMdent decided the queütir.n sucpptit)lc of bci' 2 divided, from which decision Mr. Os borne appealed, pending which The Seiute adj 'Utred. HOUSE OF K EI'K ESENTATI VES. Fail) ay, I)eeoiiib-r 8, The spoHker nnnotinced the slatuling eommitices. Mr. Hrady moved thnt iwo liiindrod copies of the list he printed. The spo;tkT thon nnnouneed the order of business. Mr. Ilendrirk moved to infoim the Senate that the House i readv to priceed to the election of U President of the State P.ink. The House then proceeded to such election, and James Morrison was eh-ru-d. A report of the Commissioner of Common Schools was presented, and two thousand copies ordered tobe printed. Mr. Dobson oft'-red a petition from the board of com missioners and cilifiis of Owen county nfWred to a SP4.ct romitiiiico ton?isting of Messrs. Dubaon, Drake and l0jg,,a., Mr. Dolwon offered a petition for divorce and nsked to refer it to a select committee. Mr. Stanton rose and paid, as one individual lie was opposed to the giatitirig of divoiees by the Legislature. Thai now at the threshhold he wished to meet the mat ter. He thought the laws were sufficient fur all proper eases, and it they were not they seould be made eu. lie then moved to lay the resolution on the table. At the suggestion of Mr. Kelso, the motion wan with- drawn. Mr. Dobson ?aid when the proper time came lie would bo ready to show the case to be one which required leg- js!,,tive action. jr. Dougherty said lie thought the defendant in the caS(. U2S a CiZf.u ,,f hi county, and moved to lav tho petition on tho table, to thai lie could heur from him; lost. Mr. Dougherty then moved to amend the amendment of Mr. Dobsoiijby referring the petition to the judiciary committee; lost. Mr. Edmonston moved to lay the resolution and pre ceding amendments on the table. The aves and noes were called by Messrs. Edmonston and Kelso ayes noes 47. Mr. 1 'inzier offered a joint resolution in relation to the existence of present pot-of!ice laws; passed to a second readiiiff on lo-morrow. Mr. Rousseau moved to reconsider the vote taken in I !. I I ... I. . ... nt Ar.i.. .nr. Line mtrodiiceu a um ior nie reue.i oi isaac nai ,v nn( others; passed to a second reading. ' yT, l'dnionston moved to take up the bill in relatio tf, ,ile et.ction of U. S. Senator by ri'ra rocc vote, and th .Mr. Line introduced a bill tor tlie relie.l ot Isaac llar- jp the bill in relation by rira rocc vote, and too to stave off an election ns long as they thought proper. Mr. Riley s;tid be was clear that the passage of the bill would not operate at nil as an infringement of the consli Imn. lie thought Mr. Harlan's remarks perfectly cor rect. That the matter was so clear in bis mind that it hardly admitted of debate. Mr. Unwell sai l be. thought the constilution of tho lli,it..t Stuf.u nnvrriiixl llio m.itlcr It nrnviillIK' thnt w..i.. j ..... r- the times, manner and places shall be prescribed by the t, this he said that many a thousand bad precedents had bc sel ; tU wur,j ar,",J the men who had made them would if they were now to see them be ashamed of them. He asked whether it would be contended our Represen tatives in Congress could bo so elected, the constitution of the United Stales being s applicable to thetnns Sena tors. The constitution of this Stale be said, says all elec tions shall be by ballot. He admitted that some theolo gians contended that all did not nlall times meaner, but i onl hesnooosed tli.it noon this minstiori of constitution- j --i i - - '.. 1 , i j '")', ' gentle man would pretend to say thnt ibo word I ! i Irl llllt llll'illl A III' k'lll in he did not agree with the" ..... ..... ........ .. .. .... - .-B. ! getiUemau from II ncock, that there was no doubt hhotit the question, lie sanl lie liad heard men more learned in the law than either be or the gentleman from Hancoc k He said he hoped the bill would bo indefinitely post poned. Mr. Edmonston said he should vote ngninst postponing. Ho thought there could be no constitutional barrier nml bu wished to unveil to his constituents bis action. Ho was iu favor of the bill. On the question of postponement tho nyes and noes were called ayes 51, noes 47. Mr. Riley, win n voting, stated that be voted in tho nffirmative in order to move n reconsideration. Mr. Stanton, when voting, said without impusning the motives of the person who introduced the bill, (for be did not know who bad intioduced it) bo thought ihe ob ject of it b id and voted therefore in the nffirmative. Mr. Riley moved to reconsider the vote. Ho said be wished to let his constituents know how ho bail voted. He wished the privilege of letting ihem know that h had voted their sentiments. He said there were those among the whtgs who not having the power to do as they liked, chose tei do on such occasions as others disliked, and ho wished to give such a fair opportunity. Mr. Fiazicr said be rose to vindicate tho honor of tho whig parly. He en'ftl he abhorred the policy as a whig of selecting the most e-bnnxiou candida'es of the opposite party, and voting for such. He slid it was generally the fact in such cases that tho biter was bitten, and intended to follow in such policy. Mr. Dobson read the rule of the House which says, that no member shall impeach the motive of any member's vole or argument. lie said he was sorry the gentleman from Wayne had made the remarks he had, and he thought that upon reflection ihe member would n tract. Mr. Kelso said he was sorry that gentleman rould not be believed by their constituents as to their voting here. lie aked why the question was not mooted in the two last elections. He said bo would not i-ay the motive cf the supporters of the lilt was bad. lie would gay that the motive was to Irive certain ones into tho trace and it miüht le considered either o moJ or bad motive. JIi said the positive actions of his friend from Hancock lid .i . . i . . i rot prove any thinp, except that h hsd just bct'ti nrovfil, . . i '.. J 1 the Hollge was opposed to him On the question of reconsideration, the vote was aves 19, noes f0. The speaker laid before the House a communiration from the Governor relative to tho vote on Common Schoo!. Mr. Edmonston moved to refer the communication to li e committee on education. At the suggestion of Mr. Kelso tho motion was with drawn. Mr. Edmonston then moved to lay it on tho table and to have UIU copies printed. On motion cf Mr. Julian it was resolved that the com mittee on edncition, be ins'ructed to report a bill on the 6ul ject of Common Schools. Mr. Edwards offered a resolution that any member originating any bill, petition or memorial, shall have the privilege of being with the committee at its consideration. Mr. Odell off ted a bill to authorize the Couniy Com missioners in the different counties in the State, to employ physicians; passed to a second reoling. Mr. llrady offered the following Joint Resolution. He it rtsolveil by fhf General Assembly of the State nf Indiana, J hat our Representatives in Congress be re quested, and our Senators are hereby instructed to uso their influence and volts in Congnss, to place upon the lecords of the Nation, and upon the liles of the War De partment of the (lern tal Government the fuels, relative to the conduct of the Indiana troops in the battle of Uuetia Vita, in order that the reputation of those brave men, and the honor of this State m iy b fu 1 Iy 'indicated, not only btfue the priseut generation, but with posterity. That it shall be the duty of the Governor of this State, to forward to each of our Representatives and Senators in Congress, an authenticated copy of this Joint Resolution. Whichjwis parsed to a'second reading. Mr. Webster ollered a hill to authorize Jane Bushmell Jenks lo hold nml ronvev real pstate: nnssrd to a fiecotid ' A bill was ofivred to change the name of Isaac IMuml Prickett ; passed to a second reading. j A joint resolution was offered relative to postage on ; letters and newspapers; passed to a second reading. I The House adjourned. I SENATE. r aturday, Dee. y, i43. j The President laid befoie the Senate the repoitsof the i Iruliinapo'is and Teire Haute Blanches of the Slate Bank of , Indiana laid en the table. j l'tfitixvs jresni'jd. I By Messrs. Martiti and Mai h; appropiiatcly ufeiicd. 11' 'Sd.'uH :'i. By Mr. Millignn, atnhoiizing tlie Sccietary and Assistant ; Secrct-uy of Ibe Settale, tj employ such a-sist:mie as ihey ! may leqinre ; ad--pted. By Mi. Davis, to instruct the committee on federal rela- nous m i to sinke ( tu me n.st ie-oiuiion m jjiut lesoiun-.n No. 2, iifeiud to that committee on yesteidiy. Mr. .Miüer moved to I iy the leolution on the tahle. lue aus ami noes being called ayes 2J, nue 27; so I tie icsoiution was not laid on the t'itde. i Mr tliah.m movi d to amend by adding to Mr. Dixie's h-so- lution, And that s.iid commit'te be fintlur instiuctid t ad I to -aid j dot rcsoluti n the following: 'And lhat our Senab't Le ioluicted and our liepi esenta" ives in C. ngi s be i quoted, to ue thrii votes and i-.tluetiCe aaint the ie c artel ii g of a United States Biok.a diti ihutn-n of the pio ceeds i I the sales of the public lands, and a revival of the taiitl'of 1S4:.'" Aflei some discus-ion upon the proposed amendment, a mes-'age was leccived f.om the House, inviting the Senate to tt air tothe House for the puipoe of g-ing intoan election for Wai.lt n of the S'a'e Piison onjo nt b ill t, instanter. Mr. k-tinuil Fold v.is dccland duly t-bcted on the thiid ball t. The Senate then rctnrne.l to fheii chamber and a'juri cd. AKTFn.NoON srs'io The Senate met and a.lj .uuu d until Monday inoming next. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Sati kday, IHci inter 0, 1S1S. The Sieakei laid before the Il.oi-i , a icpoit of the condi tion ' f the Blanches of Ihe S ale Bank f ludiani ( 'ti tnoliou i f Mr. IMiiioiis. n, the itpoit was itfeited to the committee on the Mate Bank. The Speaker iail lef.ue Ihe House, the icpottof the Ad jutant Utietal; lefeiit-d tj the cotnmittee on tnilitaty af- : fjiis. ! Mr. Joht.s(n intmdnced a mimoiial to vacate a reilaiti I tuet in the town of (iieencasile ; ufeiicd to a select com j in i; tee. ! Mr. Webster intioduced a piMithn for the iclief of Robctt j Jones ; it feued to a select committee. j Mr. Hemtiicks inti.'duced a petition for the relief of Eliza ' Büchel ai d o'hci, foi a State itadj refviied to cumtnittte , on loads. Mr. Cox introduced a renvmstrance again?t the petition of feied by Mr. Ilot dricks lefencl to same conmiittee. j Mr. Hiu.ly movi l lo lake u;i the le-ototioo of yesterday, iotioit-ced by Mr. Edwaids, telattve to amending the lule of ! Ihe Iloue, so as to piimi: thoe who introduced fcaJK mo rn o il-, ivc. , to :.rt with tlie committee ; moiioii pievailed ' Mi. Ed :u - ii son moved t i sunt n! by adding ia the piopcr ; plar e, " i xctpt in voting;" accepted. ' inoiion i f Mr. D.-u-i n. Mi. Dunn, cf JiUVison, was ad ded to the committee on education. Mr. Edmn. n, i:i 3ccoidai ce wi'h notice given, intio doted a leoluti u to resc ind Ihe fifty-eighth article of the iu!e of t!.c lb u-e. Mi. Kelso lleied a icsoiution to the effect that tin judi- eiiiy committee be in-tioc(dto inqune into the expediency ol al cri'g the pie-c tit prohiU vtetn : r.d-mted Mi. Dowlii g olfoii-d a lesolulion that the committee of ' ways and iiuans be iii-tincivd to inquiic in'othe expediency ' t t atiieintuig the levcnne law s, so l4 to insuie a moie equi table sv stem of taxaii' ii, and patticulaily so as to sicuie assessment-on coip option stocks, moneys at i m t e i e .-1 , and all Othci dcciipti !s of pcisonal piopeity ; a opted. Mi. Johnson iHVie l a bill to iio-tiuct the committee on elections, to M.quiie itito the cxpc.'.ici.ey f icpealing the net confining volets to iheii townships; laid on Ihe table. Mr. Kdwaids moved to lefci the ciedential of members lo the eommiitee on elections. ! Mr. Hic ks dfeied a us dution relative to the time of hold- i ing couits in the fifth judicial eiicu t ; adopted. j Mi. O.le II i If. ii d a ie-oliition iiistiucting the committee on : ... ... , , , , ., tudieiJiy, to ii.qune into the expediency of changing the i . r-i. . . ..,'1.1 limiiner ol e lecting prosecuting attoir cys ; adopted. ! Mi. U iostuidley effeied a icsoiution instiucting the pio- ! ei committee iu ii qtine int the mumei uf loaning county i seminaiy funds, so as 10 mike the duties and liabilities of. ci unty audilois, the same in lo.ning such funds, as in the j fcuiplus revenue and c.n.mun schorl funds; adopted. Mi. Milter inHodocid a bill to giant piobaie judges in the , county of St Joseph, the light to tiv writs of h-ibcas COJfUS; , , ii. ' passed ti a second reading on t '-moiiow. i ' The Senate r,m.. in. and the Iwo Ilm.., roreed, d in , convention, to the election of Waiden of the State Pii-on,; 1 which icsubcd as follows 1st ballot. IS 4g 13 1 1 3 2d ballot. G9 S 61 8 3d ballot. GS 80 ; Monioc, ' Lee, Foid. 1 Mitchell, i Millei, ' N'-wland, j Moore, j In the ordeis ef the day, a joint resolution on the subject j of slavery in new teriitory, was, on motion of Mr. Edm ui- i son, rtfened to a select committee of one member fiom each eongiesMonai uimiici, w un t tie accepted amenomeni oi .ir. Dowling,of ,go,tiut ihe committee be .equired to rep .rt on V ediicse'ay next. -n ,....; r . .. j- i 1 he question on inference to a committee, was dicu-sed I y Mt ?is. Julian. Dnui-heitv of Moi-m. Edmonson. Dow- ! In g, Frazier, I) dm n.and Kelso; Messis. Julian, Dougheity, j and Frazier, being opposed to referring, ai d Messis. Edmon- ro.i, i'ow n 'g, i.ori(;ii, aim iciso, im iivoi oi it. A division of the question was called, and Ihe ayes and I noe s taken upon the question of refe.ence-a es G3, iv-es 36. j I he question un induction was decided iu the affnma- tive. i Mr. Dunn ofleird a resolution that our Senalois and Rep- j ( lesentativ es in l-nigtess, be lequesitd to c ist their votes up- n an, law oiganimg new iei i itoi) , to engt al t upon such law a si i.itar pioijon t that in the Ordinance of 17S7, in ic gaid to sl.iveiy. Mr. Riley moved to lay the resolution on the table, which motion pievaile:?. The House adjoii'.nrd. SENATE. Monday, December 11, ISIS. Pt lili"ts jirrs T.hil. By Me?r. IJolliway, lleiod, and Buckles; appropiiatcly refeired. Mr. Haivcy, fiom the committee on unfinished bu-incss, lepoite l Ihe bill of the Senate of last scsm n, in tclatioti to cira-in additional Blanches tf Ihe State Bank ef Indiana, togelhei with the ieaons of h. Excellency the Goveinoi, for not haeing approved sa-.J bill. On motion of Mr. Oith, the bill was teal a second lime and rcfe-iied to the committee on the Slate Bank. Mr. Miller, fiom a eh et committee, lepoitcd a bill au thoiizing Pal-cy C. Pa iding to seilccitaiit real estate; pissed to a srron-J leading ou to-moitinv. All Coals m-.ved to su-pc od tho or!( r "f business, and take op ihe j uni resolution of the Uuuse, fixing a ti.nc f. r the election of United State Senator. Upon invitttion ieccivc.1 fiom the Ilou-e, the Senate le paired to the I. a I of Representatives, f.r the purpose of go ing into an election of Secietaiy of State, upon joint balh t instante r. The Se nate leuni cd to Iheii ehti,ber after the fifth ballot ing in convention, without tit cting. Senate atljjuuied. Anr.RJIOO. SEsIoN. Hills Inlri'durfd. By Mr. James, a t ill to incorporate a railroad company to consliuci railmad fiom Evansville, on the Ohio river, to e mnect with Ihe Ohio and Mississippi iailroid at oi near f)lney, in the State of Illinois, via Pn.iccton.liibson couniy, Indiana., an 1 Mo ml Cainiel, llio.is; which was lead a fust and second ti ne, and lel'viic! to the cum nittee on cipoia tions. The Senate then again aJj uiin-il to the Home to coniinue the balloting for Setrelaay of Stale. The Senate iciurr.cd to th. u chamber after having b Hot te 1 the I 'Jili time without electing, And a'j 'Utiic l. IlOL'Si: OF REPRESENTATIVE-?. .Monday. December II, 1S4S. Mr. Htady ohtinet! leave to change hii vote on the miiion ,U "'! la,,: "'e '.' f.-icd by Mr. Dunn icta iiv- to the pas.s-a.-r i f a law in the oi- miz ttin of new v ac , . . . , , ,, . , , J qmnd tdiitniv, l ieh i!. all prevent slavery therei i. Un iMi n of Mr. lit.x in, the niles vveie suspended, mid all eolu ions en tlie same subject uftiud t' the sainccem ini'lee. f'eli'i' ?r.v, il''joz-'v ami lirvumstrti'yfcx. Mr. Cotton inlio lure 1 a petition which w.is icfened to a select c i:nn;i;l e without icolim. Mr. J.iri.ej intiodiici d a petition i f the trusses ef I.amasco, in V'an.ieibillüh county, to 'jimul their town ch. iter ; icfened j to I he commit tec on corpora li n. Mr. Howell in'ioduced a i etiiion fiom Blackfoid coun'y, ' t'nat fcitaia couistj' oliireis theicin be allowed no cxtia fees, . icfened to a select committee. ' Mi. Shaw intiodiieed a peti'i iit from the county com-ej. ' sioneis of Ha'nilton rountj', ii burrow money for railroad pii' poses. ' By Mr. Doiitrheity. of B one, piavin f r an explanation of I a ceilin art ; i ft iud to a select committee. j Mr. Ross introduced a pel i' ion of the citizens of Miami county, to extend the tim i f piyintut on certain cho'd buds in said county ; r ft tied to the co.nmittee on idacation. J Mr. Dawson olfcied the petition of J Im Spencer, o vacate j the town of Snaita, in Noble county: k felted to a select i committee. Il snhdinns inlroilvril. By Mr. Edmon.ou, tht lh Senate he invited to attend instanter, in the hall of the House, to pucced in convention, to the eh ction of a Secretary of Sta'e. By Mr. Miller, that the committee on iduraMon be in stroctrd to lepuit a bill to uignize a system of common school. Mi. D tison moved to sup nd the rules, anil reconsider the vote takon on the question ef laung the lejnirt of t lie su pciinlendent of comrn n sclioiand accompanying bill on the table ; adopted. Mr. Dobson then mired to hy on the table, and hive two hundred copies of the hill pii re. Ou a c:ll of a diviioti of the question, by Mr. Hendricks, the repoit and bill ui re laid on the table. The Sena'e came in, at d the two houc proceeded in con vention to the election of Stcictary of State, which resulted as follows . 1st 61 IS 16 s:t IG f 1 " ! 15 20 23 33 2S 20 1 1.3 1 3J. 4th 6lh, 14 11 II 23 20 23 34 34 2.J 3G 42 3s, E 11 0 9 24 42 13 1 until 2 o'clock. John H. Thorrpsm, j fJ co.k'slMi'k pivi l Reynolds j;,MU-, Hughes, Jehu R Jo es ('. II Tet. Julinson, I Petri D.iijiy, Scai'enng, f!n moli al'enng, 1 !n mtin the co House ai!j uiucd. A FT CRN CON SFION. On motim of Mr. Line, the bill a:id report of the superin te' dnt of ro'Tim.Tti rhools, 'va taken fieri th- tilde. On motion f Mr. Line, s:ii ! hill und report wcie itfcried lo the committee on education. Mr. ICcNo introduced a hill to amend an act entitled" An ar, f,,r tMC icii. fefce tain ters ih theieiu named.' On motion of Mr. Kelso, the bill was lead a second and third time an ! paed. Mr. Foul i:-tto!ucd a bill to unend n act entitled ' An ac! ,r,tive to high wit. is in Jackson county." The Senate came in. at. d the con vent ion pi deeded in the ei. cti: of SccieUrv of S'ac. wiiicii lesult-d as follows: Gih. 17 l 37 n VI It) 21 3 7'h. Sth. 9h. lUili. s 61 I 46 1 10 4 3 12:h. 3 G3 5S 12 6 3 4 Cio. khank, Test, May hew, 1 1 oghes, Mare, Rohitison, Re ne.ids, JntiCS, Seal feting. 12 4!) 43 12 If) 9 3 -10 1 53 1 30 21 4S 1 IS 30 20 1 Convention a !j mined until 2 o'clock to-morrow. House adjourned-. I lu ee . MoeitiiV 5:. r:i !; y for tin. A ruiy. Sic. ö. .In d l? ii 'further enacted. That the offie'e'rs, lion-eot:uuissioiied olbcers, musicians!, ai d privates en gaged in the military strvire i f the United Stales in the war with Mexico, and who have served out the term of their eng igernent, or hive been or may be honorably dis charged ; and first to the wuhnvs, second to tlie children, third to the pan nts, and fourth to the brothers and sisters of such who have been killed in battle, or who died in service, or who having been honorably discharged, have since died, or m ay her after elie, w ith. ut receiving the three months ny heroin provided for, shall be entitled to re ceive three months' extra pay : Pi oTidctl, That this provis ion of this fifth section shall only apply to those who h ive been in actual service during the war. Approved, Jnh; 10, ISIS C0FV. A Resolution for the speedy payment of the three months extra pay to the otlicers, non-commissioned offi cers, musfians and privates who have served in the late war with Mexico, allovveel by the act of July nineteenth, eighteen hundred and 1 irty-cight : Hes'jlvrd by the S'mite tnul Ilvute of Ecfirexeti tat ives of the' United Stales of .ii.ifrica in Congress assembled, That t!i.' three months' exln pay, provided by the fifth section of the act approve I July nineteenth, eighteen hun dred and forty-eight, to the officers, non-commissioned of ficers musicians and privates, who have been in actual tcrvice in the late war with Mexico, ai;d who have served out th.? term of their engagement, or have been honorably discharged, and to the wielows or heirs of those who have diid, or been killed iu the service, sbirJl be paid and settled by the Fay Department of the army, under surhregula- lions as the Faymaster (ieneral, with the approval of the Secretary of W ar, shall establish. Ai eiiovMi, July ,MJ, 1818. Dkl' V HTM KNT OF S TATE, Aug. f), 18 IS. The above is a true copy, as compared with the original roll. V. S. DERRICK. A. C. C. Paymaster Geneual's Onitr., .litgusl i, 1848. ITroler the foregoing A.ct and Resolution, rolls will be prepared, as soon as practicable, and Paymasters sent to tllc several States to nav all Volunteers who have been in actual service and were honorably discharged, and also the 1 , r . . . v r ,.wt .r heirs ol such as may have died, ror the convenience ot , M J ... . . . . . . ,. claimants, Favmisters will visil the places at which the ' . Regiments were organized Mid, tf practicable, the places nf 'ornpfiny enrollment, of which due notice will be given by advertisement. EVIDE'CK REQUIRCD. 'J'he testimony of the Commanding Officer of the Com- y or in hjs n,s,.CCf thal (f one of ,i,c Commissioned lilV' . r ... , ... ,. , , , . I'lhcers thereof, will be required, to prove that the elaim- , ..... , , ' , , . ,Wlt " lle lotll vielual w!iO served Hi Said Company ami lhat ,lC honorably discharged from service, when FU h evi I deuce cannot be procure tl, the testimony of two credible nml disinterested persons, to the service and honorable dis charge, may be received to establish the claim. Claims for the three months' extra pay of deceased offi cers and soldiers, being- restricted, first to the widows, se cond to the children, third to the parents, and fourth to the brothers and sislers, n payment can be made but to them, and in the order stated. The proof of heirship will I e the deposition of two witnesses, taken before a Judge or Justice of the Peace, who shall certify to their credibility, that the person claiming is the widow, child, See, of the j deceased, and that the deceased le ft no other chiM. W hen 1C chimanfs are lhc parents that the deceased left no i -, - i i . . , - widow or child, and where the brother or sister claims, ... , , , . , . c i l i I that the deceased left none ot tho before named heirs, and m other brother and sister ; and that ihe claimants are, or j are not of lawful age, os the case may be, the deponents 6b all lurther make mm, mm they arc oisiniere.-teu. mc official clnracter of the officer, be fore whom the deposition u ml(,Cf ,houIl, Le rrop,ry attested. Wheie minors inherit, whether children or brothers snd sisters, they must be represented by guardians, whose aj pniiitmcnt, as such, must be duly authenticate!. Where there are several adult hirs, ihey should unite in a power of attorney, as the pay no nt can most conveniently be made to one person. Powers of nitorney mu't, in nil cases, have leen execu ted subse quently t the 19ih of July, 1818, and should ex press lb it they are granted for the purpose of receiving the three months' extra pay, suthorized by the act f Congress of that date. Such powers will authorize any claimants to receive pay by their nttornies, but in all cases they must be accompanied with the evidence of service and honora ble discharge. No payment of extra pay to volunteers can be made at this place, until the Paymaster shall have left the State iu which the claimant resides, and hnve made his returns to this office, the rolls being in the bands of ihe Paymaster. RFC HEAR SOLDIERS. All soldiers of the regular Army, who come within the provisions of the foregoing act, and who have been honora bly e!ischargd on Surgeon's certificate, or by expiration of service, will make their application for'lhe three months' extra piy. to the Paymaster (ieneral nt Washington. Their application will, in every instance, bu accompanied by the following oath of identity, and their signature pro perly witnessed, to ihe r-ceipt annexe!, to-wit: ol County cf On this day of in the year one thousand eight hundred personally appeared before in tlie unde rsigned, ft Justice of the Peace lor the couniy and nhova in -ntionetr, who being duly sworn Recording to law, declares that Lo Is the identici I w h was a iu the company commanded by Captain in t!ia regiment commanded by thai be eolis ed on the day of f;r the term rf ami was discharged at on the day f iy re; son of S vorn to and sMbscnbed before me t;ietiy aim year above written. J. P. of couniy S c to-wit: I hereby certify lhat Eq , before whom the foiepomg affidavit wax made, and who ha there until subscribed his tiarne, was, at the time of 6v doing, a Justice of the Peace in and for the county aforesaid, duly commissioned ami Kwor;i. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto et rny Ts al 1 '1,,ml aix' l,,e ,('H' of office, as Cleik of the court of sii I county, this eiav e- isie. I do l erbv acknowledge to have received of Paymaster U. Army, thi d?y of 181 , tho sum f dollars in fuli of the above account. Witness, S gi:e-d. The e idetice, in the case of decease d soldiers, will be the same res required of volunteers. Iri all cases of discharge froia tho regn'ar Army here of er, the three nuoihs' extra pay will he: paid to the sol d'er on bis final settlement ; provide d h hhill apjeu ujon his certilirutes, lhat he has performed acluel service io the war wi;h Mexico, and has been boriorah y discharged. "JK-NJAMIX F. LAILMiD. Jcting- Jaotnasttr (ic:teral. Aprunvri): W. L. MARC V, Secretary of War. Tie f)Iowing letter from the Secretary of War, gives his construction f the law above refer ied lo, which, with the foregoing legulf.tions, will govern in the selllemeut of all claims under the luv : W AU Dir k HTM KNT. tl'ashiiigtun, August a. 1818. Sin : In reply to your interrogatories to relation to the cunstruciiou to be given to the 5th section of the "Act to amend an act, ei. title d An ad supplemental to an act en titled an act providing f.r the prosecution of the existing War between the United Slates ami the republic of Mexi co, and for u' her purposes " passed the 10t!i ultimo, I present the following, as my views on the subject. The proviso restricts the benefit of the section to those who have been in actual service." Something more limn a mere muster into service is undoubtedly requited. Recruits who bad not left the United States for'lhe seat of war, or if they had lfi it, but bad not joined their respec tive companies, arc i.ui entitled lo the extra pay allowed by the fitib section of ihe act al.ove referred to. Volunteers, although ruustcied into service, if they were ne.l inarched or sent to the seat of war, or to positions where service was required of them, cannot be said to hevc been in actual service, ami do not, therefore, come within the provision of the law for extra pay. This view of ibo law will exclude fiom extra pay the troops which were cnlleit ut by General (Jaines, ntid discharged before being sent to Mexico or Texas; the troops organized under the call 1 Colonel Cuitis, and discharged be f re ihey went to Mexico, or were not put ou duty there ; and ihe regiment of volunteers, cal ed f r from Missouri in 1S1G. for Santa Fe, and discharged before being tent to thai devtiniition. If an ollJeer, lion-commissioned .iffi -er, private, Sec, pf ter muster into service, has been discharged by reason of i l health incurred white t:i the service of the United Stales, he i- euituh d to the three months' extra pay. Rut where he has be en discharged on his own application on any grounds which did not render him incapable of serv ing out the term f his engagement, he is not entitled to the hem lit of the law, although an honorable dis charge may hive been given to him. Where a volun teer officer, wishing to retire from the service of the United States, his tendered the resignation of his com mission, ar d it was not excepted in ihe form of resigna tion, but he was discharged, tie is not entitled to extra pay. Officers appointed by the president leave the ter- vice by the lender and aoc- ptance of their resignations. Those receiving appointments fiorn ihe Executive of the States, and received into the service of the United Slates, retire from it ly discharge; the former are not entitled to extra pay. nor can it be ihe interitien of the law to allow it to the latter where they were discharged before the term of their service had expired on their own ap-plii-atio;-. I am of opinion that, in all caes, where officers, non commissioned officers, privates, &c... wero actually mus tered into service, and while en route to the seat of war or the place as-igned for actual service, have dtcel or have been dis'-h-irged in consequence if sickness incur red since being received into service, ihe righl to extra p:y attaches. W. L. MARCV. Secretary of War. Lieut. Co!. D. F. LAiiNhn, Acting 1'ay master Gen eral. IVolicc. A lecture will be dcliveied, by icquest, by Hon. E. A. Webster, who has leen over six vears in India, on Ihe mm nms customs, and superi-tltiotis of the people of India, at half past G o'clock, this evening, at the 1st Presbyterian I'liuuh. The public generally aic iuvited tj attend. The lecture is gratuitous. Tuesday, Dec. 12, 1S43. lutii;tia:iolis :mel ESe-ücroiitaj 11c it, ll, s'I(:h: to sijijs-:i je s:t:s. A T tho lat-i session of tit Boanlef llirectorn, the: following VyL nnieiitlmeut.s! were in;ule lo the I'.y liws, which it is l eiieved ve i l give more promptness to Ue: construction of thi woik, and ho iii'.'ie: H'il.v;tory to suhscrihers than our former regulations, as they ive a iuM coioj'ensa'iou lor ti e eise of tlie nmnn . tu fore Hi? stock will yie:i.l ;e Iii.l-n !, when suhsci ihers elect to pay ou their stock in lull, without taki; ij the tour ve-wrs t re.iit, first. Any su'iscrioer who has hcrctotore huh.scrihed personal stock, either cash, 1. 1' or, or mn'eii.iN, noiy pay th.; same oui in full, at ny time Mi.hi;: six m-m hs from this tiine, by nayiug, (in-elmlin-i h.it has h.-eu p;.i !) in cash, tve enty itollars for euch siiore, ruol new Mibscrihei s may cither take the cre.lit heretofore allowe l for four jtais, r ni iy at their option, pay cash ia lull of twenty doll irs, lor cinii shaie. !tand. Mi bulojcnl vrs who have retaiueil, or who shall retain. th? right of red mp'ion of finds, may redeem the s;iino at any time within one v rr from the 'nt.; ol the deeil.by pajing in cash, twenty elolh'trs for e.icu sh ire t.f utock issued upon the lands. Third. Lfnt.1 sul.-iOiihers iiiay reöeem by pay im; the principal witi.oul i:.luie-t, and su'-scribers of improved "farming lands will not be accountable for rents. Fourth. Snltsci ihers 01' binds who are dis:r.isfied with the orici ti al appraisement may nj pty to tiie rreitl nt within thirty day from the tune they shall bo in forme I in willing of the Appraise--no-ut for ;e re appraisement : and the ml scriher may e!eel one ,liinteres il tippraiser, and t(.e Prestiieut imio, and the two fliatl re appraise: the im, and if it shail be appraise d at more than Ilie former rtppi nntcmeiit, or if the subfcrihcr slidli convey to tiiecoiu piny, tto-y shall pay the expenses, otherwise they hall tie defrayed bv tlie Mi'scriV r 'Fflh. The Trer. surer is authorized to sell ?-.'0 (Xni of the com p oiy tiouds, to run live yenrs, at a rate that will put the cash for w.oeh ihey are 80IJ, at an interest of not HXf.w ling ttn p.-r cent, per cent per annum. These bonds hein perfectly secured, being a lieu upon the w hole lund fund, ami upon the 10a 1 as constructed, should be an object to bur citl.ens who have money to invest. And as they are of the denomination of one hundred dollars, they will he acrcss.bte to a I who st nt; app'y in lime. Suth. Ti e eastern termination of tlie line in this Plate has been j'eriiianenliy fixe-d xiion the Ohio line in Itaudo'ph county, on tlie tl r-ct roule lrom W'mci ester, I neliuria, to Sidney und D -ile'fontaine, Oiiio. The prospects of the company for the construction of the work aj an cailv t.ar, are cpjitce-pual to the most cherished antiripations of the Board. ' O. II. SMITH, President. IU-cember "J, l-'tH. 5T :iwi (Joiirunl, and YolksMatt al Indpls. will copy and charge B. &. I. It. K.Co.) P. G . C. HUNT, DENTIST, Oflice 011 fhc Circle, OpwMil- l Presbyterian Church. .r0-flm SViAlXmi) LOT'I'EKIES. GRAND -sCHKMKS FOR DEC KM HE It, 1S4S. J. V. ;t3:iury V lo., 3!:iii:iti. :W,000 2)oILusj l."j Drawn .V'.v. out tl lö ! YIKt;iNIA STATE LOTTERY. For endowing I.eesburg Academy, an t for other purposes. t'lass No. "5, for !--4. Tobe drawn in Alexandria. Ya , on ..ttir lay, December 1C, IMS. CA PI VA LS. 1 ptizeof $o3,0oo, J do 1(1,000, 1 hi 5,'i)!l, 1 t!o 4,003, 1 do 3,400, 1 do o.öoO, 1 do J.tKMl, 1 d. I OD, lü do l,OC0. eC Js.C. Tickets $10 ; i-harrsin prt.;.rtitin. Orlilicateof patkapeof Whole Tickets $110 00 do tlo Ü5 Half elei 55 .S) do do 25 (ustrter do 27 CU ts-0,000 ! sao.ooo." scroti. aj'!214 I'rizcsi of !sls00! VTIUilMA ÖTATE I. TTEIiY, For endowing Lccsiurg .Icadi my und fur vllur purposes. Class CJ, for m Tobe drawn in Atexamtiia, Vn., Saturday, Oecemlier 23, 16-t?. HKILKIANT .-CIIKVIi:.' I splendid prize of $ij .obO, I do : 0,0 0, 1 do 20,000, 1 do 10,030, 1 do t,( 00, 1 elo 4,'JH, 21 1 do lowest 3 Xo.) 1,000, Xc. AtC. 1-i A'o. Litiery1'2 Drawn llalluts. Tickets oulv Äl. shares In pioitutkon. Lerlilntlesof p.'it.kajjcn 2i Whole tickets Ho tlo 2t Half fl. $ 210 00 lo. ISI Si iO 20 25 no Do do 2t dual ter do elo 2-i Kightti do 5 or sf),ooo ! r of S5.000 : Vluiil.MA STATE LOTTERY, For Endowing Lics'turg Academy and for other purposes. Class No.Tf, for IdH. To Lo drawn al Aloan.lna, Vn , on Saturday, December 30,1813. si'Li;.mi m; ii f. mk. 1 canit.il of $15.2 J, 5 prices nf 0,000, . do 5,000, 10 do 1,500, 10 10 elo 1,200, 20 do 60 , ;i0 do : 0, Xc. Xc. 7." .V. L"tt'ri;l'd Di men lialhds. Tickets $10 äh.tre In projort.oii. Certificate.: of packages ,. ..) Whole Tickets $130 Oil Do ein 25 Half u fJ5 ( 0 le elo 23 Uuarter do ?i 5'J 'TT-'li'derf frTi' k et r a nd Sli:ire- a nd 'e rtif:r:le of Pack a pes in ilie a'Kive nplendid lotteiie, will be promptly atfen.led In, and an ottici.il account of each drawing will he ent immeiHatrlyalter it is over to all who may or de t tickets from us Address J. X .. M All KV , Agentsfiir J. W. Maury x Co., Managers, 50-o.eT " Ateiaintria, Vir(itii. j stin tihi:. A jfX Itltt.'st more of that Old HoiiiImii Whn-key arriied fevday 8 9 'ls HMarre;s of old Monoru i!n I a Hy; WhisLey ; thvst tnh.ih icc tiitd ih'u lienor tco'nt ve tfiy th,ff tlie. For nie low by U. C. TF.AL, west i le I)ipo. trElf.SWÄltE VAKIF.TY tor eaic l y A in.yej SMITH x 11A.NNA. Fen: :inI Z mihi unpn lis IC.'tili n:i(I. B Ullde .lulled Mill riyiiif n-.tled pr, p(als ( nil I the tior.I t,f Januar. , xt, r the Colislruct mil oinl con.- plcjioti ol the supc.stMiciiire.i, clurtin- ad the work .lot mi'no l lilnJer exutm Cui.u-ct. ne, e-ary to coii.,..-t.- tto nti ltv,-i. .. Iiis- ro-,l !...... u .o..i.i.. allJtc Mj.uv,;! au.1 It. Ua.ii I..I loa ; r.-;t!y lor ihe- inn liui. The plans ul tlv.- m-.,, ,..t ; t..rfl, w . , ,.. , thl.c isi - pi.-viuim lo tl .- .Ue ,.I l-Mlii l!o- u ! fie U'k t.. I Coinpi' !i-d oa oi beloie tl v his. .!aj of ept.n.t.,., ,., xt. a ' . c !.!.. I lopo-.t.o'is. hoveevi r, will I e connrl. - , tt,, ,,.(, ,, H t . pa I loenrs pot r eii .01 t i pari m ...-( 0 ., ,..nip..-v. Ilit th'! 'I'll li.l I n n ii, o. ti.-t . r to 'l'l l tfl.lt 1!1 'V bfs." 1 ll V j: ihi'g the V. .'! k pi e.e-i eti . . !l . iv i0 .On k !. i IV. J. !JOi,- y II. () i .' I VeillAM., Coiri,i.kY.' i JK.-SK I.V. 77., N.!i!. vi:l(., T)( i, 4 j., Jan I i.'t-r thl M. I tit Mi,, a :lti: . ,,f " l: : :! I. ,' ;-.,,. , . w IO A : .. Of Uns 7Wf, l-lo.i-r,4 im,:..r ( -..,., brunt' os lut.tut,,! yru,i , , - ;o.. r. . t I U r, " fruit Trf t"'Y- y" mr ! Ju,e,u,t Arai ,t'uC Ji,Uc. .1 ltr, an.l C.w,.i.l, f r.r Ha,H. 'S'lli: iiiitltiir".! i:'ioi ,,i n,,. I-, , . - , ,, .. . """' ,'lt",,M"'; val-Mlde i:,t.J,;e :,, ;;-, 'l im or, .-.ml the w.'e Ir lrat i.f lltf l..st ;nd ,..., ,.r,..ll( Mv .r r j , , ti i;..j ..i;.i....i.. i... . ... . . .. a i: ...i ii....:.. ...... .. o i " " 3 - " " 'o..., i:in .in., iiuuei:. 1)4 ls ;,!(.. ti m m a health). nul pi-.tsu.i i,ci;!i:ioiLoo.. 1h j t',ir,,.e h, i rily and to the K.t:l Kisnl, alluf Js r-...l 1". 1 iit I. crrj on pi,i,:U( tu any ins,.' - ket. I he i.npr ivf-mef ts ur- 1:1 tu'ernl'le .mi .,! r .t ti a to ett i- lle a pon lMo r, v Uli hut Irirlmg e.-pe use, lo make tlie 1 arm hl e n es ptolilai'le. The prop rty must ko n,t i ctnty apeeci.tei. Ir-..n w i.;,. iri2 to put h se, will c ii.Mise tiew the pit-iiiises "r then-M '.-.. n thai a more pellicular 1r-i rijit moi is d-emeil ti-nicret-thiry. I'er-e.i iltsiiotis of evariiinmc the r' 'roi,.ire rt f. rr; d to J i i.Ij Turner. t-M't of I ll'il iimpi.hs ; to .Mr. Piiioi, e ho lives mi Ihe pre rii:s--, r lot o.t. t iinti.iii, n :r.T. !. .s-iii ih. -f lu.iiau j -tills, or lo Ii e iintl'-rMC'i .1. I vm!I srll the atfivr tiess rilefl Farm at a price w lis h, eoiisid. m g its a-l vanUctn, w ill preünt an itJtiretn, nl lo ihe pnr. Inise r, u lueti I.- will rrce-ly inert evitti etsew h-re in the dainty. It i t Letli-Miat tu to crl iMlf Cutdi in iniinl. '1 he letuisof paiiient for l!e r nuiiidt r will Is-literal .nut a.. i.iin.latinc. II. HAT KS. fcgNnveliitirr-Jy, 1-at. .rlw L' arrangeji.nt ha iiitf l.een ma Je ut our e slut iithrne it k -4 e .: v. o-.il : gi , ii..t:c thit our arJin-g .1! unthiii es. Af;er a thoron-h n pair, wiili S-tw Cnr.U.uc., are now rc a iy to run. Th.-y m-e i,i tit- h mis ol" M ft. s. i; ..t; oi au i K;ni(u.wi.o are epeu. ncet i.i the -.elide bii;ae.s ot Carditis. Spun. in l', i-aviuij a:i 1 M j;iu..ictm i-tiT, in al! the v.iri.Mi tu mcLt .I Sau-net!--, Kl oiatl, Jeans, iibnk- ts. Ilro.i Ir loths, Vc. Is in , voe'.lent or.l.-r, a s 1 -on:rv work I tiaistie.! at slort n.tic an ! in g.,.Kl f I,-, t . ,.v 0. ' .r S.Ik?. jus, Sl.n I, 5u;i-ntts,1-vni r-.y llr-,...-f;nt to -. -. have t o'ii !a '. J or spotte 1 , i --ro.uic-t un I in:e,ie. us ". riht 5 : w. Our ilii: Mill j Is to excellent con liti.m .and u:i ler the h...i,!sof Mr.John Claik. j l.l i-t wen k. .loo" at --,rt U..HCI-, a-. I as t u rii--ut fc at laut.- 1 , us tio::i a:iy hi ö I in I ..n'y. FI Mir i-c hansel at all titn. ; w in-a wish.-d. The hi-jhe ,,,jf. j(l c;)fcn .i:lj,i fr V,:v;,t. I lollio-.'i.l o-tr ousiiianT who live. 11 r near 1 he Michi-m j Kr. I, we lien !.v n ,-p irt,cu'ar no'icr , ti.'.t ihe 1 toll e er t tie j rh or is fr.-e foi :ti, co;;ti,. -to nr'I or to th;- r;.r!:ru .M;'c!,iiH j u. have 1:1 1 !.. arrai.'s.-u.-:.ts with Mr. A. W.Ih.u, the r.prn n r. . to that ,-!'-i t. IteunrmtiT, :.ll evlio coin,- to u r e sta Mi-hnie ut j wit a Wool or (irun, come FKEK. The mi'l is enre ajain 1:1 car j own In. lis. ...til we hop" hy attention tothe '.van t s .f oureuMom- ers to merit a :.h ect-of patronage. U'e hav also jut putui . p. el riliuii a I Tv.v Saw mil!. land nie zivini- a Lin jrhein cah for Saw-lot-s et nil times. We c in s ih-ly ri"'..iMn.-:i o-ir et a! Ii! nunl to ti e public for despatch m l a'.te ition, iu, will ensure sntist scli.-n. NAI 1! . WKsT. Hi-'. It y e;KH. K. VLSI, Till' sti, r iifi has o.ov in his ui...y the very vvc.rk no ti tlie , i i;iiry aifi.r.ls. ;iit1ln(oi hamt a I n ce rpjaM it cf the fitie't stock of I, -:i tier, se iet ie.1 l.v l.iinel I exnresslv lot j Ihi market, lie will now iiiatiutai lure !,isi arol ilioes I eveiy j ilesr up! ion ami xt le . warr e ntetl to prrvrm vtll. and atsueli prieei- as I cannot Uli to lie p.'iitn tihti'y Ce-iirs I '2'iiej At lctitiou tho I.ittlie'-, j hr is :!"ir-iirnnrit Hint ii..uri.r the n.mro.oi jmptr enrrrn .so m'if h putl'eel,-.!r,!i t.e-in to untcli w iüi los, either in softness, itiirahility, 1 st le.ore!ii.ipiies4. As they v.iliiettieirtiven, healtli.anel apjteaiMi rr, I tie atlvi.--, a I Uohui ot" I lie year esjM-ciat'y. I hat they le tient nntl ! cninr-iriatile .-'i . r .,'.. Ihey simW certain; le urteil ill eveiy re- S spect. 1 l' rsons prrt'rrrin i m;ortri Hih ts 111! ?hif f are infurierd I 111 He ' hit-ion Iianit an tornivr ..-i-ortior ut --!eriei! lie Imit-eil ; an1 l-iitC pnrtira!!;, hinii! hr wit h the !uisiness,;il! may Vt-Vr .sstjed that 1 e has , t;.rlhal he einio t re. .nuu-entl n-i superior t tt.o-e reeemitv seht. 1 A 1 'I esiirotis I iiieasftt 1 11 ha rr:' 1 io. a re ittv itet t s' e tom te eall. j lie ! j! 1 ' I -eiitie oi l -oati'l, oppioiie VallJ;ton M:.ll. two tiKrs tse.-t I of Tm:i 1 11 son's H'iz siiore, rea ly lo wait on and suit Ms customers , lio'-.'tf .rei hulow prit ,-n. yHJvtlirennOerll I A. KtliLK. crrv siAT irD(;;p .lXAM'i'Atri'oiiv. I ilt'Cli ziiiil i7:r!i it: 11 - ------ - - - - .'V .... -- I ' ..'II.J I. t'll II I II. II IV . . I-l. I ... 1 ill 11 r.. t-.. . ...... 1 ..... 1 . . ..... .... ntierii p-itroti i:e tney nave received, ;.n 1 aK a ctintie'i on e of th.-s ui.e. As he iftof.-ie, their ar:.us" !esciiptiu::s t.f ! JIXTS AM) CAPS shall be ail they recomm--n l them tt be, ai. 1 at prices toemlfcli. ' The y h ive just ieceive.1 from the Kat, j ALL Till: FALL rASUWSr, w l.'ch, tog,-tl;er w it Ii thfir p'eserit sti k, e h.'thi the m to supp'y every : rr.isortal.W- ilt-mant!, at tf. f...-hion, co-let material. They Mill mlbrra ' to t;;.-iro:d rioTt.i, ; II ah; y,-!1 avd Snu:1: P, f.h. And l.y i' ih-y b..;- t.il.e i locumpete with any vetein e-fjehJIh-inen's. l iraseciill 1 e'. re port tiaMoj:. M iti'ifattory and sh ;', ; ;'''!! e rr.e.viiM'c ! I. ' V- tf 1 ' K 5s. TI Ll.F.V ;- :'EW IRO.N STOKE." T I.!)IA.API.IN. püK. S-lv'rih' r w..-,i i most i .-p. c::tiUy ;m perdtrs at)d . Workers 111 fron, t!i it Im- h.-. h a-cd lot :;leim e I' er 1 tl .dt lnrr- .va r. !ioile on VV .shi :ut. o .'.int. : or vitel ato.i 'a C iir; .igesti-ip, ..'i i 11 e a rlv opp -it.- she 1 ; in;, r He-use, ve l e n lie will ') at aal! v k.-ep.i he a v v as-oi im.-i. t ol ; he v t 1 v be t quality cf IR a V and .Y.ilf. S. A ! m " C;eM, t;'i'itt::ti :ti;I lili-trr Miel . Illltpttc Sin inK. At'!, S!ot:-i!:s, astiiip., 1 ISl:5C?vs i:tithN '2'ol . eVe. ' And .vo:i!J invite coiin'ry ir.er'-hantic and others, wi-hiri to pnr ehsst'.to call un 1 lniitu- n.is s'avk, as he is ,, ti mtiiied to n-t!et Ci'icniiiati prices, with fit i;hi. TliOMA." BUI ST- In Ik.napolis, March If.. Ir-ip. 52-y c;ss:aii:sj visa: i:s:ii: n. J.lMhS Sl'hliltOVK resper'fu tv lino. 111. j to Ins e ld i-jaLi cusi'Miirr- uiiii ilie iii,iie, in a i lie i eeit rioineii 10 m II .ir- ...... . ... 1.:.. 1 r .... ... . 1 1 . . . - - lilirs 111 in nur hi ti.l-l i:r .1 r t i:iili it 9 III j Oll I wm bv any u;h-r est.ijlif-htm nt in Ii.-li ina l'ers in eoint ul Sadiilr. Ilrisl'.tt, linnfa of ail kinds, Snt.'Jtc and Oirptt I'nt, 7'runL, ir..;.s,,.r any article in his line, me ictjuei-tt d to call und m e In as sortiiient. ..v omroit aclui in , a lot i f full Sj ai.'k &iiid!cg, a v r jr suh-ii artit le. Also, just received, a select h t e.f Ftirruj s. Tiers. Mimh, bh Tra.r Ulnins, IJutkle, Haine s, kc, all ei veh-rli will be ne Iii for a very suii'l advance on e.-st. A I bis old rtmd, inn de t met of Meri dian street. I udijri;MIn. Wli-at au I other kin s :.f inerrhantaMe ptoduce w ill ! e tereived nt mirket prire-i in paj n.enl f,-r any of the .iIh.vc artic'.rx. 7: WEAVER WJELIA3JS, lriiilrf:i2irr :iii;3 rodin-llake rw, J KI'SPIJi' TFt'l.l.Y I nfnriii Iheir liieiids tied ihe iHjt.lic.tl I1'", Iht-v h ive re:noved to their new vv.-in h.iiiwi. i.wi u.d..rit..ir e'J ydd one. They are m,.v prepared lo liiruish all articlenc l 4 jCis''!nct I urwi'urf.eUfTent, ct"-tly,.r (heap. In unit the teste f o( Ol 1 1 li.aers . 'I'Ihv will aim mv iin.inu ai H ..... l.. ' . .. . . I , .. ...j-. w.u'niinui.ll fit." letition to funeral uir itieiiieiils.and w ill undertake the w hi !e or auy part thereof; l.iriu.li neuie cr two hH-e heats- or. ilas-s, .to.. i.t th- Phorie! notire. . it.rv keepreuety ma.tn cotri'is on hind, thev wi'l be at te to f-iri.bli' the ly, and al hover tluti the usual mtes. 1 hey ui!i make coMinx tot r tlei at lite honest ii4 ti e , eiltit r itav or n ighl , a n.l v ill in eveiy wi y etiarantee o L'ive snii! a lion, eineof ibe f un cmi Always l-e found mil of business hours, ai his residence, directly inthe rear efthewire! hoti-ie. i:i kVhfn hotel. T?T" AVIVt rea-ently ti.ke-n l;e e e!l knnvvu Tavei n rHand, know 11 Ü 11 as Drake's Hotel, on Washington sitee t, atxiut the cer.tie e.f the city o! Indianapolis, Indiana. w hie h i now b, int- repaiit 1 ard liirnish.-.I m goo l sty le lor the rfommoJat ion of tl ir fiiui.ts and the public in general, will spare no pains to make all comfortable that give them a call. Tl ey solicit a hare of .l e put be patron a?e. Th"ir bills will l e che.ipor tl.an the cheap sf. Their Table at al! tunes will te sti;-(di. d with the test the market atlur Is. Their pa'rons will alvas hod Convey at cc to sind from the Di pot. fJivu us a call, g nth-men, and i.or.eol jou th;.ll co awaydis- sali-tied. Indianapolis, Sej'tcml'cr 3, ii. 3i-?m e!tTfii A.111J ie:iot, On Orl:iv:irc iStrcrt, iotu:i of Hit Court EIoiisl Stjiitnr, " tilt:i tt::eitts. It.M.Il S7.I I I ir cenipl loi-nls lo his old CUS- S'A lorner? and Ihe public penerjiHy, and mhu.M inform lliesn t t.ai be has made mr !i nrrarireinenls ns will enable hiui to keep it ei-nsl.til -upi4y cf thn t ln.it est yame of Ihe seaaiii . such as tame and wild - Tiokles, lieese, I links, I'bie kens. Ice, Ihlller, p " t tables of every kind and il-t i:i-t ion. Partie fur. nii-lird. Fami!ie ptire h isinp can have their tenuis deliveieil in any p.i't , the city flee of expene. A. holies by t i ict attention litisines to s.-ciire a liberal p itiioiape. " 13-t.f Ei Ai:VAIi; A.M -i:TEEI5V." 5! I 'ST iereive.1, a jjriieial supply i.i all kinds ' Hardware, mc tu ' tii is every ai:n!e cene ial'.y kept in that line- tor biitlt'.iii-, kc . Atso.aU kinds ol" arh-nu r I ooi. fee, i:i. ksmithV ltellov m. An vils, Yi.e. .saw Plates, I'aniage Tiiiniuiiiss, Eu e. Springs, Alles, A.C Soldier Tis'ls, Caii'Mfe Mounliics, Saddle Tire, Ituekleh,' W ebbnit, i.c. b.c. AUi, h laryi assvortmetil of looking CUsos, Sidvers, Ardirons, Mi!! and Oos cut Saws. ö I tons Jimiaia lion. llkeci.f Nails. Als,, a cent-ral js,rtinei.t T Coc-per Ti.U. All .f w Uu Ii w i!l be Id on reim. nable terms, at the store uf II. ruTf ACK. U Itulk ll! I'llUl siieet, Imhan.ipolis. Dereiiihe r 2, 11'. 51 lw u asiiim;'3 o. run nam:. rI',IIIS fine Tavern st:t nl, (ten due ted for the lot twelve eai by F.. Hnovniug) is n ov off-red fur e-it-. 'I'o persons acquainted Willi Indnu ipoli--, a dcrripiien of lhi preeiy w ,jtd tu t be i.crcea sary; but lo tliose unaeipaainlrd, it may le pi.r io t.ty,tbatil W situated on Wnshinpton -tret al out Ihe centre ot l lie city t.f Indian-np-iiis. The btnldiiiiis are brit k ihe front Ih r-e tu.uu ul ove tlie ba mei I, ihe winjslwo ieiiei, tiie whole containm; seventy f, or roe-inf . If desiied, an e temive stable haeini- seventy stalls, wiihthe iiece! sary sraneries e i O.s und sheds attached, will be oid weh the Mund. The furniture in Ihe building belonging ta Mr. trowiiiep, for sale. .May ii, I'-tr ii. i. hlyiiii:. .st:caye:i oit stoie.y, " S lltoM the sul seither, on the 2JU iseptrmtier, a daik lay horse white hlaze ia Ilie forehead, hind !eiri Abire nnurid Ihe hoot' and ripot of white cut Ins bark, leu jeart old, and 12 or 1 1 hand luli. Wlm-ver t:is taken up, or eielivei sid t .use i.1 the t.'iiy Hotel Ind;:iii .pol s, liidiaioi, w ill be paid lor bis tiotthle. ' J":" . . .. J. a. ny. 'n-IIE subseiiber is now prcpuel to luir.isli nuitht audcthei. U. bis iu-wy inrer.te.t conipoun.l for hai ! nin- uon, giviio it the herrlnos of dt,el arid reUiuiu,; iU oiiinil tousl rots, lull elirv-ction accompany the article. Ilavinj dev ol, d I tso ) ears t the experiment. and eomplete! v mcc ded. be adopts this method of selling it into gtncial iim, pref, riing it tu peddliuc iu r.tc uif and p.-.ti nl rii;hlh. Uek iücitsonl-r an ! a fair trial. 20 JOHN KCI.I.V i i o 1 vrs a ii mioen. nttsT received, a fine nsoii,.eiit cf Mn' in.l I'ey f'eeis, i Ladie.' ltiiskiri Shoes and Poo et, and Mi-i.es' M:v- and llo!et : .dso, Wiley L. ibi'ei'i shoe am! Poet. Octubtr CHli. wJ 1 AVIDbON x ßUAMWLLL. E J I i at 4 -;