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KF.ronTr.n for the Indiana state sentinel. SENATE. Tt ekday, January 2, IS 29. JZ'fnrts from Committors. Wy Mr Kngluli. agairut giantinjj a divoice to Jimes Col lin couruiied in. Ily the r-me, aainjt the t ill for the iclitf nl U.K. Wtight an i Jacob Hjicu; cncuricil in. liy Mr James, again, amending the levenuo laws con curred in. Rrsid nil his njfrred. Hy Mr Oith. dir. cti; g the judiciary committee to inquire into the rlpidiencv of changing I he nine of i tie meeting of the Lciis.iitui? t0 the first Monday in January; adopted. I iiils intrtnluC'1. Hy Mi Orth, to amen.) the laws regulating Ihe sale tf landt by exocntois and adminitiat rs ; icfctred Hy Mr llobinsoo. to irpral nc ion 333. article 12, chapter 40. of the ii-viid statutes if lsl3; pasted to a second letding. liy Mr llehdiieks, t. am nd the sc itic.n pirating the Na poleon and Madison turnpike company; refrrieJ. Hy Mr Milliken. t amend fret o t , iha ter , of the re vised statute of 1S43; paed to a aeroiid iedit . Hy Mi AJam, to authorize the county eiimmisMorieii of the icveral counties in the 10th juJicitl circuit. to mike al lowance f aJli ioul payment to prosecuting attorneys j re ferred Hy Mr If unVeller, t amend section 30. of article 8, of the revised statute of 1S43; pacd to a second reading. The joint tesolution lelative tt slavery, introduced by Mr Orth, was takca u; on its thiid leading and paised ayci 27, noei 15. Hills Pax. teil. The till protnlinj t'.r the call of a Convention to amend and revise the Constitution aves 31, noes 13. Hill for the rtlitf of Maitin Fitzpitrick ayes 25. noes 17. House till in telatiou to the duties of Hit) Auditor and Agent f State. For the tu-nc fit of the Ohio and Indianapolis railroad com pany, an.? to chariot it name and stylft. The till to amend the act incorpoiatinjr; the White Water Valley canal company, came up on it third leading. The question under dicusion when this hill was lt up, was upon lecoriitnitling tu the judiciary commit te ; it was fur ther discussed by Messrs McCai ly and Milliken, who oppoed the reference, and Mrsirs Iubba;J and llolloway, in favor cf the reference. Mr Valpo!e proposed by way of corn promise, that the till miiht iT) to the commi.tee with certain intiticti.n to exam ine and repottuion the legal points taisel in the discussion. An amendment to the instructions was oiTired by Mr llolloway. The bill wns further discussed by Messrs Milliken, Hollo way, Robins on, MeCaity, (b n e, and Walpole. Mr Milliken called for a divi-iju of the question. The question was first whether the bi t should be committed to the judiciary committee, which was decided in the affirma tive ayes 22, n t s 17. Mr Walpole otfeied an amendment to the amendment. 'erjte adjourned. AFTERNOON EI)3. Mr robinsoti ha ving obtained leave, offered a resolution that when the Senate adj um, it adjourn to meet ou Thun day m unir. next, at 9 o'clock; adopted. Mr Divis ititioduceil the following resolution : Resolved, That the thanks of the Setzte are due and arc hettfcy tendered to the Hon. P. C. Dunning, for the able, im p.iliil and dignified manner, iti which he hjs presided over ur d libeiations. and that in testing from the pnxiti n he has tilled in this body with credit to himself, and with satis faction to the Sen.it-, he cariiea with him the icspect and test wishes of each Senator. That th Secietsry of the Senate communicate a copy of this resolution to his Excellency I. C. Dunning; adopted. Mr Rousseau obtained leave to introduce a petition, which was icfe.rcd without reading. The bill under Jiscuiii'ti when the Senate adjourned, was taken up. The question bein; upon the adaption of the amen.'.ment proposed bv Mr Walpole, to the amen lment offered by Mr llolloway, was decided in the a ffi inactive ayes ', noes 15. The question was then on the amendment offered by Mr llolloway, as amended by the adaption of Mr Walpole's amendment, which was lost ayes 17, nee 24 Mr McCarty moved to amend the tntitirtions, by requir It g the c .minny In tmild au rpirduet acioss White iir, at j La.i.-el.by the loth or .septembtr next, whith was Iot , ay es 0, itoe 3.. . The Question was then upon the iu-tructiui a moved by Mr I . 1 ...... i ft Walp'le, winch were adopted a es IS, noes IL. Mr M.llik. .. moved to inMiucl the c.mmitt.v to icpoit or. I litxt I'ndav niomn g ; can'nd. j (,! juste.!. j House t ill to authorize the cr.-ctton of a Seminary in Hen- j ry countv. ! ialise till f ir the icliif of certain land owneu, near Iiising; Sun. in Ohio c -unty. H.ue Lill f.r the relitf or Magdalme Pheilsg.aft. To l.g.lize the election of a proocutii3 attorney in the f,v II i lit i HiUs inlmdurfd. I!y Mr Houghton, a bill to amend the act incorporating the New Albany and tncennes tailroad; relerred By Mr Martin, to icgnlate the fees and emoluments of the j aud.tor n! Iieamer of Lagiange countv. (n mori ti of Mi Mar.o, ihe county i f Steuben was insett ed in lh" bill afer the wind Lagrange; enguied. This till allows to s ii I other is, a salary of f.700 per an iu:n. ejeh. as full compensation for tbeir scrvica. The bill tor the lelief of Jarnes Vaw ter, of Madison, came tip n its second re3 !it g- The question bei"g upon t si engrossment, was decided in the negative ayes 21, noes Tr e bill to incorporate the Indisi.a fne i isuiance company, ' was taken tip. Mr Walpole moved to amend the bi'l. by adding a provi- ion that no agency of such comp.e.y shall be established in the ctomies of Hancock and Madi-ou. The 1,11 was then lead a thi.4 time as amended, and . , pieo. ....... . i Dil motion, the Mllate aojoiirnco until rriuay morillt g, at : oMock. HOUiK OF UKPUKSKNTATIVKS. TfCDAY, Jan. 2, lS4f). Pt liti'mt, ic. prrnitrd. IJy Mr Ford, re lative to sale of ardent pints. Hy Mr Kelley.a temier?.nce memorial. I'.y Mr Wool, a petition. py Mr Huckleberry, petiti.tn and le nonstrance. By Mr Odell. a temperance memorial. Hv NTr Hucklebeny.a pelilion relative to railroad. Hy Mr Ibru4), a petition on the subject of temperance. Ji ; oris I mm .Stiimtiriir ( tnninilu t. By Mr Julian, from j i.!i-iary committee, a joint resolution ttlitivu to recognition of the Itepublic of Liheiia. Hv ame, fiom iame corn nitiee, iclative to the j nis diction of j-iitii es of the peace. By Mi Dunn. Lorn j i!i?niy c-rr.rnittr e, a bill limiting f t six years, the light of acli m agiii t sureties on o .Tic i.i bonds, which I ring oti its thiid leadm.', ws ptsed. On motion of Mr Meifdith, the bill lo increase and extend the tu i fits r f common arhools, was taken up, and the House wer. I into committee of Hie whole on the till. At li o'ei ck, the committee lose, icpoiud pi gun, and . . .. . . . . msketl leave t sit again. Leave was granted the committee to sit again. Douse adjourned. AFTr.R:oo:s srssio. The House proceeded to the considersti n of the joint resolution of the Senate, to adjourn sine die, on the ICth day of January. 'Ihe ayes and noes were called on the question ol adoption i the resolution, and resulted as iii..wa ayei ii, noei s. O.i leave gianted, Mr IMmonston intioduced a tcsolution to the rtfeet that when Ihe House adjourn this evening, it adjourn till Thursday morning, and th .1 the hall or the House I be ben by tendered to the Whig Convention, fur Wednesday, ' January 3d t adonted. On the suspension of the rule. Mr Harlan, fiorn the com mittee of ways and mt am, irpoited a till making general ap piopiiations for the year 1S1H on mou rn. iir mons.on wis reau a secon-, im.e o'clock ,ptCuUr,'er f tU,U,l'M füf ,lJjr fct 3 u liailan made a fuither report from same committee, of a till to raise tevenue for Slate purposes for the year IS l'l, which on suspension cf rules, was lead a second time and made the special order of businei for Friday, at 10 o'clock. ! On leave granied, Mr Hill introduced a bill to authorize the auhtor of Clintun county lo make a deed in a ceilain ; case, which was lead three several timea and passed. t . . ni. ei , ,u imi . . .i On motion of Mr Kdinooston. the till to mcurpoiate tho Cential plank road company, wa. taken up. On motion of Mr Johnston, Ihe bill was amended to x- lend its rorpotatc power t Pntnarn county, and insetting the names of certain individuals of Putnam county, as inembeii I'll I . la! or the corporation. On the quctti m of engrossment, tho ayes and noei wore called ayes 4C, noes 42. On leave granted. Mr Hub -ur introduced a resolution 1 1 tl.eelTect that the House w ill, ihe Senate concurring proceed on Thuiday neat, at 10 o'clock, to the election of Judge of the M.iion Cuuit of C'nmou Pleas, wkich wa? adapted. On motion, the House adjourned till Thuisday murmnz, at 9 o'clock. From the Cushen hemociat. Intelligence has j ix-t arrived of the Klccti"M tf Hun. Jamm WniTtoMB, ns i;. S. Senator from the State of Indiana, to siu-ni.d lion. ll. A. Huinifgutu. tfll, wc hive Ion'' since mnuV un our minds that tin North rued expect not hi no; till the rnpaeioms maw of the sonili half of thet-tate is fully nppcir- d, f whicii iiUiienUiuni there npjvars at present no more proba bility than there was ten yrnrH since. With the exception of a petty ckrbl.ip in the Legislature, for which beneficence ue e!nk off our lint and thank every southern member, tl.? north ns as n June shade, but think (Jml, not hull .so hungry. We complain of this course of treatoK nt, and wii luve a right tu, fur the very good reason that thy south lias treated us with anything but gener.it.-itv, nnd wc give them good and timely notice,' nf a day of reckoning which shall come roiiin tirno hereafter. lmt ho far as Gov. Whitcomb is ennccrned, we are free to say, that lt. tands second ! nn unin in the Hate in nhihty, and the cliaracteristicj requisite to hit the office. That he will disc harge his duties w ith credit to the state, and fidelity to the democracy, we cannot doubt. A Hill to liiri':iM iiml I'ttnul Hie I.citf tits of ('oiiiiiioii SrlMioK, rcTitit 1. Jle it enacted hy the Central Jss wAv of the Stute if Indiana. That there shall he mutually on Pfftted, collect d and 'iid, (n ihn folate ntid County rrve. nue is assensed, collet tid and paid,) for the purpose f in creasini; the Common School fund, t he appropriated v- clusivtljr lor the support of Common School : Firn, on the list of property lainh'e for State purpose, there hüll he levied and pnid the uin of ten Centn on each ami every one hundred doll rs : iSerond, there bhall l pid by ev ery person lialde to pay n l t x for Stute purpose, twen ty five rent annually ; forule,l, thot All the luxen requir- ed or authorizid by thin act in any prnvioion thereof, hdll Iv aH-.sed only upon free while persona, and up n the property of auch person only. Third, a tax of three dollars on each one hundr d do. hirs vhall he tie.st d on the amount of all premiums re ceid in this Sjtte for insurance on piopertv r livei, with in the stime by tho agents of Insnranee Companies not charteretl therein. And in ord-r thatuaid nsesment may he inude, it thall he the duly of every agent of said com pany to render t. the ussesnor of Iii county or township o truo list, verified hy oath or ülTtrmation. of all such pre miums received ly him within tho year preceding the time fined fur assessing personal properly ; and such agent shall ho personally liahlo for the payment of tho aforeid tax, which tdiali he collected as other taxes. Uut if any such agent shall, when required, refuse to render a schedule of the premiums received by him a such agent, he bhsll ho liable to pay the Rum of one humlred dollars, to bn recov ered by action of debt in the name of the County Auditor, for the use of Common Schools. Skc. 2. The several taxes herein before mentioned, (with the exception of the tax upon premiums of insur ance) shall, together with the Surplus Revenue fund, the Saline and Hank tax fund, be and are hereby set apart for the support of srhooln, within the respective Counties of this State, and hall be denominated the County Common School fund. Hkc. 3. The tax upn premium of Insurance as spec ified in the firt-t section of this uct, shall be paid over by the everal County Treasurer to tho St He Treasurer, dis tinguishing; the same from other taxe, ami the said State Treasurer tdiali apportion the tamo among the several counties of the State, according to the number of plls therein, and piy over to the hevcral County Treasurers, their respective proportions of the said fund, which shall be added to, and become a part cf the County Common School Fund. Stc. 4. It slnll be the duty of each and every School Commissioner, at the term of the Hoard doin? county bu siness next after the passage of this Act, to m.ike final set tlements of his accounts with thi County Auditor, (which said settlement shsll bo entered upon the record of said Hoard,) and to pny over to the Treasurer of the county all moneys remaining in his hands a euch Commissioner, and to dfliver to the County Auditor all the book, papers, and securities for money loaned, appertaining to his slid nHice ; and the office of .-oid Commissioner thall thereup on be abolished, and thereafter aM moneys, whether princi pal or interest, which by any existing I ws uro required to be piid to the School Commissioner, shall ba paid to the County Treasurer, and all payments which arc required by any existing law to be rmide by the School Commissioner, shall he made by the County Treasurer ; and all other dnties and services weich are required to be performed by the School Commissioner by any existing law, shall be performed by the County Auditor; and the said Treasurer tdml! issue his receipt for all moneys so psid to him by the School Commissioner, which receipt sh.dl be filed with the County Auditor, who shall charge the said Treasurer therewith. Sf.c. 5. For their compensation for the discharge of the said several duties prescribed by the foregoing section, or which may he imposed by tkiis Act, the said County Auditor shall be allowed upon the amount of the Congress ional township and School District funds, ami other School fund on loan in h s county at the time he makes his an nus! settlement with the Hoard doing County business, ai.d on which interest shall have been piid for the current year, ami up m the ninuiiit nised by taxitioti in aid therf cft ya . vi.(l fie first one thousand dollars one percent.. up.m the -ec o d one thousand b!Urs the one h.tlf of . . i .. , .. , . e one I er cent., and upon the residue tlie one fouith of one 1 ,.', . l't r c . wh'c, " 'd allow ince shall W ... lull for all m- ces to Lc performed by the Kanl Auditor. And the said (younty Treasurer for collecting snd disbursing the several School funds of his county, shall be allowed one per cent. upn nid rutns, which allowance shall be in full of nil ser vice required by this Act. or by any other Act in relation to Common Schools or School funds. G Whenever the word-. County Auditor are used . . ... . j.,,1 Bll.i ,,.1 ........7,.., ..... .... .. viiniui u . 1 1 J mean, the County Auditor or the Clerk of the Circuit Court doing the business of County Auditor. Sr.e. 7. The Treasurer of the several Counties, shall annually on the second Monday in March, tnnkc dtstrihu- tion ol tue everal lumls applicable to rschool purpose-, (upon the proper warrant of the County Auditor.) to the 'veral townships of the County, which piiymeut eha'l be mule to the Treasurer of ciirli tovvnhip ; nml in making the said distribution, the Tien-urer t-hail ascertain the Htnount of the ('ongres-ional lowiihp fund bdongitig to ea h t wtshij in the County, and hnH s Apportion tho amount raised by t.tx cioii, as t) equihz-i the amount of available funds in each townhip, uccmdiug to the number of icholurs therein. Sr(. H T.r pSli ,ie Uri j,, fuph tinvnslii, nf n,;, s, , , ,, JU ,1,,,. d teaehers, for at least three ii.or.th i" . r i i i . ,u raih -V t,r a ,hli,,y 'fltf iM J' H-qu.r, d I..r nil attending scholars in uch township, and it shall be I . .i i t .1 ... 'i i :. . ........ .. . .. mam- wie tiuiy to un: i uwusuip i rusu-ta ao io atrango I the school ol their respective 1 ownships, that the schools ; in each district may be taught an equal length of time, I without regard to the diversity in tho number of Schol ar attending the respective schools. Sic. U. The business of ea h district shall be transact- o.l by one D. strict 'i'nistee, who shull be ebcted unnually by the legally qualified voters of ihe District, on ihe first Saturday in Sepember, at whi Ii time also the general meet- ! inn of the voters of each district shall hereafter be held, and the said Truisiee shall continue in office until his sue ctss r is elected and qualified. ! Sic. 11. It shall be the duty of ti e District Trustee to preside over nil rr.eitings of th'' voters of tho 1). strict, to seep i record ol llieir procei ilincs, titnl report me nanus to the Clerk of the Ituiird of Township Tni'tees, w here sti' h report m iy be necessary, to do and perform all sm h acts, mnltera and things, as may be r. (pnrtd of him by ibo . ... . i ... Hoard of Township Trustees: he shall make nil contract. t..... .. . ... I I ..... t. ....... ..a a. . C i I r1-"1 a"" " " '-"'y nny im miy vote oi uns D. strict, for the procuring of any site for a to hool house, building, hiring, repairing or furnishing the same, or dis- posing thereof, or f.r the keeping i f any school therein, am all n ivinents -hall I e made bv I bo Trennr..r ..I' iU - m - - . w . . - ......... . j v it , Township TrutoH, upon the certificate rf the Distiict i rustee as i i me p. ri .rinance 1 1 me service or labor, or the conveyance of the proper'y contracted for, and when ever fr.mi any cause the sinl District Tru-tee shall not bo t . I a. present at any nie tu g of the voters ofthe District, the meeting oball appoint a chairmm, who bull for the time discharge the lutiex of such Trustee. Sic. 11. The District Trustee shall od ob the organ . c . . .... I ....'.. . i I.:. !. i . i t i J J " 4" " oaru oi I 'wnslnp 1 runter, and shall male to them from time to time aucu suKfesuona as may advance me educational in terests of hie D. strict, and shall, on or hi fore the 15 Ii day of September annually, cettify to the Clerk of the board of I ownship I in. ties, the number ( f scholars in his Dis- ,rjct ,n,c ,Hwil.n ,he ((f flVr , lyo yoara of age, distinguishinK between foo ,nd ten, r" 3,1,1 ,if,(fr, a,", ,',f,,f " mly-one years of age be whole number of cliolara ndmitle.l to the ndiool, the average attendance, the length of time the s hool hat been taught, whether by a mal. or female. teacher, the brauche taught. the boiku iied, whether t!ir District has a school library, and if s o.the number a d t., r .i i . ,i i. i .i i i value ol the volumes, the enml.tion of the choo house. , , . , ' , , , , . Hm tn reof. ai d of what the furniture consists ; tt'11' V' ;irr' l'f I" Hoard of Tow nship Trustee shall certily the same lo the County Auditor on or before the first day of October annually, togethor with a statement of the amount extended in the several districts of ihrir town. snip lor i ii ii i on ami an on oilier expenses. Skc. 12. In cas. where any School District may be formed out i f portions of adjacent townships, tho report required of the Ditticl Trustee shall bo made to the Clerk of iach of the Townships, in which tich District may lie. Sc. 13 It shall be lawful for the qualified voter of ai.y School District in the Mute, at any general or spec'al meeting thereof, lo vote a tax for the purpose of building a school house, or repairing the tame, or providing fuel, or such furniture, maps, books and apparatus, as a majority shall deem proper; they may, !o, lor ihe purpose ol con tinuing their schools after the public money shall have beeu expended, vote to raise by tax such an amount as tho majority may deem advisable; Provided, however, that the aggregate amount of all laxes, so levied by a vote of the District, shall in no case, in any one y'ur. exceed the amount of fifteen ccnta on each one hundred dollars worth of property. Sic. 11. When any tax is voted to be paid in labor, it shall be worked out under the ru ervision of th Dis trict Trustee, and when any person charged with a tai payable in labor, shall fail lo discharge the same after two weeks notice to comply with the proper requisition, tho District Trustee shall report il.c same to the Clerk nf tho hoard of Township Trutitei m, v bin.e duty it shall be to bring suit therefor in the name of ihe hoard of Townhip Trustees for the uso of the proper District, nnd a recovery shall be had at the rate, if any established, for commuta tion, if not, at the rate of seventy five cents per day, and an execution shall be issued thereon, which shall not bo subject to any relief whatever from valuation or appraise ment llWK. j S.c. l.r. When any tax is voted by any District to be paid in money, the District Trustee h;'l make a list of nil the taxable property in the District, together with the name I of the owners, und hall filo the sainn together with the i votes of the meeting, directing the same to he levied, with ! the ( 'mi ty Anditoi. Sf.c. 1G. The Auditor shall m ike the proper a?ena nicht thereof, upon the prop.-ry chargeable, in the same manner us for St.ite and County revenue, according to the regu! tr uppruiM iuent thereof in his office, and fhall add the amount cf said taiei to hi duplicate in mi appropriate column, and the said taxes shall be collected by the Colin ty Treasurer, a oilier revenues are collected, and the said re.isurer shall when collected, hobl thesime sulj-t to ihe order of the Trustees of the proper Township, for the use of s.iol distric t. SkC. 17. The district shall be laid oll in such manner as to be inn! convenient for the population and neighbor ho ls thereof, paying due rt ginl to nny . hoo!-hous; al ready erected, districts ar udv biid oil. and other circum- s'aiici s proper to be considered, and ilmll he firmed to contain, if convenient, not less thin twenty-live scholar. And the Hoard of Township Tru-teea shall have power to change any school district under their chirjje. bo ns to incre ase or diminish thiir -ize. and may couolidato two or more into one, or may add puts of one or more to others; and the Trustees of adjacent townships may fom a dis trict out of parts of such townships, but no sub-division shall he made to reduce the number of scttol.it s below twenty-five in any district. Provided, however That before anv subdivision or change shall lie made, the Township Trustees shall give thirty ibiys notice of the proposed change or subdivision, by posting the sime in three public places within the district or districts to be affected thereby, and they shall also give personal notice thereof, to the Trustees of the Ditr;cta to be affected. 8.c. 18. In order to enable the Trustee of the district to make the reports which are required f him by this act, the Teacher of each and every School district shall, at tho expiration of the term of the school for which ho shall have been employed, furnish to tho District Trustee, a full and complete statement of the whole number of schol ars admitted into said schon), the average attendance, the le-igth of time the school has been taught, the branches taught, mol the books, used; and until the said report shall have been furnishe! by the Teacher as utores.iid, it sh .11 not be lawful for the Distiict Trustees to issue the said Teacher, the certificate entitling him to his compen sation as such Teacher. Stc. 19. Until the Clerk of the Hoard of Township Trus'ees shall have- made to the County Auditor, the tv ports required by the 1 1 ih section of this net, the town ship r f which he is Clerk, shall not be entitled to its dis tributive share of the School fund. S.r. 20. On or befro the first day of Noveinl-er, snnu ally, tho eeral County Auditors shall report to the 'I ren-1 sur. r of State, as Superintendent of Common Schools, the ! . . fM.. i . . i.i . . i . ...... ! substiince of all reports made to t 4eni, by Ihe several tow n-I ii .i snip merKs oi ineir lespective couniies, am . um i.u...- her of unorgin zed townships in their respective counties it any, the amount ot territory not laid nil into Scnool Uist-ictn, the number of acres of School land rcmniniiig tin .oil if any, and whether the smie is improved or unim proved, i roductive or unproductive. Si c. -!l. It shall be the duty of the Treasurer of State, an Supeiii.tei.dent of Common Schools, to condense the reports of the hi id Audit rs. nod submit the nmne to the (leneral Ansemhly during the firt week of the Hesion thereof. Skc. 22. The Township and District Trustees shall each be allow ed the sum of seventy-five cents per day, f.r each and every day employed in the disc harge of their re- spective duties, and they shall keep an account of the um- ' c i . t i i ii i . her of day, and parts f days so empo ed, which account Mian no veriueu oy nie oain or amrmuii.vi oi aio i rusiees, and the compens itioii i f the District Trdtcr shall there- upon be p 1st by the Treasurer of the proper Township, out of tho funds of the proper district, nod fr the com. petis.i:..n of the 'Jowio-hip Trustees, the County Auditor shall draw his warrant to be paid out of the funds of tho ,r T i.i.. proper inwiiehip. J o ic i . i I ,.. . . . M.c. 3 If any Countv. I ownship, or Ihstnrl OfTi- cer flinlt fail or refuse to thschnrue any of the duties of Ins ofiice, which aru now, ()r mav herenfo r be re.piired of him bv I iw suell olll-cr st oll'-nJing. for every such offence, shnli be liable in mi action of debt to nny person suing therefor, in the name of the Si:e of India .a for the uh? of the Common Scho A fund, in m-h sum. not exceeding ' '' l': V, 1 : cu,7 5 w ... . i i-.i . d'r the eiicufiistai.ee, set up, in d'lence, failure of conide- teu dollars. s any justice ot the peace ol the proper town. ( f Ju. fQf JUvers,,L ship trying the eime may deem reasonable, which sum , when collected shall be, if from a District nfTWr, for the . II'IM Soil SV.lXV. Convention, uae of the Scho.d Fund of his district, if from an llicer. 'i j,c free Dtin)crtcy in the vaiioiit counties of the State for the Township use of the School fund ofthe proper tow i are tcquested to meet immediately and appoint delegates to ship, and if from a ('oUtitvoHi-'er, for the use ofthe county attend the Free Soil State Convention to be held on the ISth Common School fund, and any person fleeted to the otli.e f January, in Indianapolis, to nomina'c a candid ite for (iov of Township or District Trustee, who shall neglect or re L""x- '"vein r N time is to be lost. As tnat- c t . . i iii I'tt . .i teis of imiiortance to the r ree Dcmociacy will be dicued, fuse to tiu i ify and serve ns such, shall be liable to pay the . . . ' , . , , , . . ' , , , . lJ ' , . . e ' 3 it is hoped that wheie no delegates are regulai ly appointed, sum r f five dolhus to be recovered as herein before spen- ,he fiiend uf KCC Sui, wi C((fnp up en m(ls tied. Si c. "1. The Treasurer of Stale ns Superintendent of Common Schools shall be allowed annually ihe sum of f - the performance of Ihe several si rvictt re quired of him j Sic. -Ö . In nil cases where there shall be any fraction- 1 ol Congressional Township or Townships in any county ! I containing a less juautity f l-tnd ihm six s.junre miles, j the said township or townships shall be by the Auditor of j the proper County, a'tached to. aim made to form u part of j the adjacent 1 ownship or Townships, for the purpose of I having the same distributed, and for School purpose, and it is hereby m ub the duty of the several Auditor, so to attai n the snd I ownships nnd ol J ownship 1 lustees ol tlit Township to which the same may be attached to taU . ,. . f r , . J , , jUtlsdictlon thereof and District Ihe same, and to tbt ami . . . ... . " ... . ... . tieoform all such other acts, matters and things which may ... . u .1 i... . :.e Ihrupfjj ooll,-, Sic. o. Ihe several School Commissioners, ftlld all a a jr persons Wllo Have Iieretolore liehl ttie said OlilCe, ami i .l :. l i ... i. i-i i'i I. .. . i . ii uie.r securities, are nereuy ueciareo name ior any ana an j WJm on tho,K w,i0 ,n (). th, f )Vor Ihrm. H.nollll ,tly eiptct 11 tnotieys. and other property, belonging to the School fund, i opemtions nentlv executed with irrcat care and nWill. remaining in tho hinds of the said Commissioners, or! Clea.nag, Killing and inserting on Pivot, done in tha moil nj . . .....I., l. ..... l, .1 i ! :t ir , I t . proved nt ., and with the best ol niitcrid . jers.nawh.) have held the Haul olhre, tinaceor.tited f.r.1 Spot, muihh u,,d i.K-mi.. ove.i without any injury what- i anil it is hereby made the dutv of the County Auditor to ev. r. icointnenre and prosecute to final judgment, Mlit or units AS, Tee'di i.re i .srrt I oi li-ie jroti plates (none otber Lein ; . ., r .i - . et i- r i c .1 lui I I v them) bv iilniosi itei ie pi esiire, 111 w ith elna or spring., t in the nam.- id lh. State of In.ln.ua. for the use nf lh- .,, ;.. l3 ,,. ltn,.t ,,., lo Ml( ,lt rt(, mimt.er, w i'.h or ! Common School fund, again! nil such Commissioners mid w cho'it aiMi i ilgnnx. ' nml person- who have he'd the oliu e of School Commis- Obtaratm or nui.ieial pn atei insert,,! so i,s to ret'.ore the p,..vh a .. , I si oner, and iheir stcunties, f.r nny und all such merieya or other other property rem'iining in their or any of llieir hands unaccoun'cd for, and in all casea where anysm h . . , . , , , , ' , School t -omrnissioru r, or person who has held the office of School Commie sinner, or the r or anv of their securities,! shall have absconded or otherwise b ft the Slate of Ii.di u.a. having any inomv or other property belonging to the l tin. i llillil l.lini uunu -ii i.ii, i I'l-iii Mill IV IOI liny ' r .. I. . l!.i. ...I i.1..! . .i I. :. i ii. i . '.i I itiioog .cu ooi ocnooi yoiiirniHMoner, Ii su in onii rnny ne lawful, and it shall be the duty of the County Auditor to commence und prosecute lo final Judgment, in the name of the State r f Indiana, for the use of the Common School Kund, writ or wiita of foreign or domestic attachment against the goods and t battels, lands nnd tenements of such absconding or removed Commissioner or scurity, which said writ or writ may t o levied upon any property, suit ject by the lavvg of ihe State to execution, ami the proceed ings in auch case hall be governed in atl respects hy the w , .- . ,, . Statute reguliliong proceedinga in foreign and domestic u lorciiireilt, wnn mil rxcepiltiti, mat lllfl norm or ImlliH required of individuals by the said Statutes, shall be in auch 1 cases dispensed with. Sr.e. 27. In prosictlting anv of the suit required by the foregoing section, the County Auditor shall be, am! he hereby is authorized to employ counsel to conduct the said suits, at such reasonable rate of compensation as may be rtgre. d ou. Sr.e 2H. All acts or parts of acts conflicting with any of the foregoing provisions, bo and the same are Hereby re pealed. Sic. 2'J. This net tobe in force from and after its pub lication in the lud. ana Journal, and Stme Sentinel, with this exception, that nothing herein contained shall be con strued to pre present the distribution of the School Funds in March, IK 19, under the law now in force, The (ilasgnw Reveille: tells of a negro whu wns Poll by hit iiwtor tu aiptiher man in tho ridjoining county. When ho was informed of the sale, nnd to prevent bis master from delivering bim, be took an axe und with great resolution laid his left band upon a ptiek of wind, and with the right attempted to nil it oil"; it li'iwcvor, required him to make three licks with the nxe h l"re h;. objrrt wns ellVcted. Up in bi'ing nskod " wdnMher he did it intentionally," bo replied, I did'nt do any tl in fbc," A! imi i a Fort en ok Iowa. (Jov. Hi:r;.;, in bis late Mrnnjre, Miltes tint the immbor f nhlo bodied male citizens, between then gets of rigbtooii and forty-li-.e, reported to bim, in accordance with a bit net, re quiring PBspssors to I'll e lists of person snleert to militnry duty," is 11,1110. Several counties bnd filled to report. (Jot.i). Absolutely pure gold is 'Jl rantH. The gold coin of Fuirljiiil is an nl! v if 11 part. gold and ,1 topper. Due lit I pty is now coined into -lo 111 sovereigns. Our l( d coins contain 11 parts pure tfold, nnd 1 of alloy compoiid of silver and copper. One 1'ng'e contains J70 grnite of standard gold, of which tM7i grains are pure gold, nnd 'J'JJ alloy. sr. MiitY' si:mi.auv. WNstTltUCTIO.V in this .st:turion will be resumed on Tins a dsv tie xt, e-on I da v of Jat iiry , timUr thtf liiariajfinciit of MisCl.'tA JOIIN'SOV, the P,ie!; 8l. 'iidiin ipolis, IVV.O, sS. s". :pv HrrnBTri) or aihiht o. ponTF.n, r.Q. Smith v Moore. K Mr to the Ca C f. ItLACKIVRD, J. fins was au cti n of lebt c-mtnenced by wiit of domestic attachment. ). rlai ati oi lilt A in the nul fnm, for vvoik od I tt.-ir, Sc. The d'-IVndmt plesded two ptets 1. That the i'efeinlvit did hot attune undertake and promlse.xu min ner and fonn, 2. Artia non, bicau.n he sjys that he was, t i, e time of sueing out the attuhment, a rnanicd rnin, and thai his wife ami be weie bona fide residents, and ettled within id county of (as w hei e then usu place of le-nb ixc b d tuen f r a I t pice of time befoie, and up t he time f issuing said attachment ; arid this he ieady to vnifv. Wheiefoie l e prays judgment. Special demu ler to fnt plea, because it is the gencial issue in akMinpttit. &.r. (ieneial dt mu hit to second plea. Demurrer overiuled und jud:: i cut lor defendant. IUI, that the first pica is bad in subtance, it not being adapted to the natutc tI the arti oi. The second plea commenced as a plea in bar. but tho sub ject matter of the ple. is in ubati inent s it conclu ed by pia -mi judgment, without s-O ing what judgment. If leviewed us a plea in bar, it is ba 1 bccaue the subject unt'er is in abatement. If vi wed as a plea in abatement, it i t.ad for n "t h ing sw'.'in to, if for u other reason. Reverse t. Ft azee V McChord. As-.nmp-.it. Appeal fioin the Maiion CO. I'frkixs, J. T a suit for the vaue nf w-nk due on the tiefend nit's house, by the plaintitf, which was, by con- tiact, to have been paid hy H e defendant, in such tiaie" :is suited the plaimitr, wiMemt stating the li-ne or plare of payment ; proof of the demand of uch tiade by Ihe pljintilF, and lefusil by the defendjnt, before suit, was necesary to m-ititiin the suit. The presentation bv a third person of a rash oider dtawn in bis favor, by the plaint iH, upon the defendant, and the of fer of the defendant to diichutge the older in trad.-," exht hi ed to such third person, none f which soiled him, could nut be considered, under said cntiact. a demand by the plain titf, or a waiver of demand hy the defendant, so as tu give the plaintiff a light of action. Under the coutiact, the plaintiff was bound to be suited with some kind of " inde" within a leaonable vaiiety, ami accordinu to the intrnti u of the patties when the Contract wis made, ami in making a demand he hould have specified the kind of" tiade" which he ds sind. It i" believed that the authoiities establish tte following propo)i;ious relative to a dcm ind. bifoie suit, in the instances of contracts payable in tpcctfic aitieles: 1. Wheie the time and pljce f payment aie fixed in t'.ie contract, oi Ihe time is fixed an I the pl.rc is left undeter mined, no demand i i crcssaiy befoie tiit. 2. If the contract be to pay on demand, a special demand, tu foie suit, is mcessary ; though on a contiact to pay money. it is otln iwi'C. 3. Where the plnro of ptvtnent i fixed by contract, but the time is left undetermined, or where bnth the time and place are left un ietci mined, a dem.ind befuie suit i neces saiv. Hevtr(d. Ilrir and creditors cf William Canphell v. Homert Cainitlell. I i Chinreiy. Appeal fr.-m ihe Tipp, canoe C. C '-Mini J. A mortgage wa executed purpoitin; lt have been mole to eeuic the payment ol a note f r jlMH, to be- '- uf '"-' 'ortiage. It appealed bv an answer ot the 'noitgagor to a cross bill, III , V . r . bis uit bn louclouire, that bt f te tin date r f tin.' moitgagi-. , e ,,eU ;J uaU, M (. mnillf,lit fl)l 42. . ,,t aftPr. wai(, tUf! nM,tiQl had a;.pli. d fm a fuither loan of $300, , id him in payu g f,-r the mmtgaged piemises, and to in- duee it, f gi eed to pay 10 jer cent, instead of C per cent on the note for fl?r, ai d alo at tit late on the 300; that as the n 'e for f l-r), w as l-enting i tcr cent. inteiet. 4 per rent, additional was computed u it, and 10 per cent, fn two yeais i n 1U10, makit g fCU, which with the 51 additional on t he fiit note, made f 1 1 1 , the amount of the sec md note, and tint the m"r'gage um leally made to secure said two ii .ten no note for sVUO having been mide. lltld, that the liansacti n was UMj.iu. lltld, nlo, that the complainant's answer to the croj bill, j could tot te t.ikcn as pioof auaiost the infant defend nits, j w ' i P'; d by guardian ad litem. t Ised. Uemanded with leave to curnpla furthei l roof of t:.e debt inten Jed to be secuici r mint to mike cd by the mort- . rair field, et at. v. Blawnin. Cae. Kiror to the Allen . c. C. ' HlackicRD. J. Held, that a clause in a plea, whih : would oth iwie be a plea of liberum tenement un, in Ihe j iimihI foim. Coming under videficit, and i' conitent wiih xUi preceding matter, d es nut lender the plea objectionable. SlUM ,a,"it, m,v ,,p nitpbuage. Reversed. Williams v Rank Debt. Appeal fiorn the I ippeeanoe . . . i r W r. C. C mith,J. A. gave h note to U for 00. I. after- wnU oJ ti;e U),e lu c ftir , valab Cl.nMderat,on. ' When the l itter ws i egotiating for it, A. at the instance and br the accom'tindalion of C, aliped. that if 0. piocmed ' it, ihe note should be split up int.. .maller rotes, to enable ' C. t. tia.le them off. It. accordingly, upon C.'s procuring it. -'ave, in its place, live notes for iu eirh. lieht, that to a calvin i ij:k:hi:u, J.S. SUI.i.UOVK, A. A. ACKLKY, II. S. NOBI.K, PHILIP SPUN ALLE, Stale Cent nil Committee. N ll. Papers friendly will plene copy. t:o4'i:niT. rflMIF. .V.OLlANd nae.-tful y aiiiiotim e 'l.iir .Seetmil Mill ri'lti ill uiciiC lit tin- Court House in this city. H is (Thursday) evening -Uli inst., I t which iinethey will M-l;; u variety of their favorite Quartett, li'io au 1 you 'i. oiti ri. r.e 1 h .th a line s. iei'tion of ltutraintnt.il mioic. , Ti.-kets J5 rents to had m the usual plar D.mra opsn ut lL onceit to commence at 4 clock. .o J'Ost- .,u,.,m.üt uli arcouut of weather. C7-liu.1i i , ' . . , . ' . Tvrlli i:ti arU'l wiltiout I'in. IJIJAVINC. asiiooiated theniwlves together in the practice of 111 Dentistrv, nsp.-tfully invite the citizen of 1 mli mnpolis land . . ; . . -i - . . 1.1. it, .I.. ..(r iai ,"", nt me pni.ov in m-nemi, nv ina, won men ic. . .vr to "i e mem a r; I to give them a rail. One or l-oth will be in const.int readme, to 10 ii ti n iiiii 1 I' i! 11 s( ui ni); 1 oiiMlut U"l um i i' un'. a., ! nii , lKvlIy n:t-t to i'.e moutli a to cnusc no "inconvrnienre h fi ver. Sl ,uv nn 1 Hl ot I . r .liei... of the Bncuh er. it v treated w ill, pronii cue and a i tire w an Mitel win rc tlieir ilireclions toe (ol- jwi d. AU werk wair.mtid of ns good uinteii.il, us well done and ruing ! ?. 14 e " " by a..y other in nti.t in ine West. () dice o;.inot' (he p.ilrner House, entrance on Illinois strei t. J onoirv ;i, l-V.. 'T .state of iiHlhititt, Minion County: I w ina Makioi Piioort t.'oi sr, Kmnosar I'irm, i-U. Eitlo r Pny, willow of Jair. i II. Kay, deeeaned, vs. Cieorge l. Ilo'miit and Maty Aim Ilidmao , bis wife, Thonins Matthews B' d In liana Mutih'ewa, Iii wife, Jainea O. Itay, Smh Kay, Vir p'ni.i Ha.v.KIizi J.me Uny. John W. Itay, end Jam-s I'arksr, the gtiat du n of süid Scndi, Vi-ginia, Klia J.nic, and John W. Kay. Ptitli0't for the 7ißio irtif Jiorrr. 'ipiirc sail Tiiotii.is Mn'thews an, i Indiana Ma thews, his wife, M. who rue i.et residents of the Stat of Indiana, are hereby notified tl.tit ihe .iid .eli'ioner. Kvtner Itay, widow of the said ,illl,- It, itiM, ui'O.i.ril, iii Uli uir .v.l. .1,11 VI i, v.iiiv. ,!., f(H 4fr ,.litilMl i t,o i.bove entitled cae ngaiiut them an 1 the ., ll H.. .1 1 i: I A .. .1.. .11. 1. .1.... , t M ...... m l.i.r uu , u'i'r o,'ii n.iiiu :nn c imiih'ii , tor wu- miisnnii'in in hit tiuwi-r in u"' !'" "r ,r!'il'h .,!'' ', Jamv ,t;, ,'.u","1 ' .! i.i I ' ' al tin n.itiloao id i ntt' i.oii, Inf In il,l eiilirl till, t raif.si(a i i ) t 1111 j is . 1 1 I V l If .o i 'v iiiillla I H nni'l j , n nu th it mil 'ss tliey ;.pp hi and pl-; I toor iinmcr i.ii I liiion on or j belore thu ea!li"ni ot thecmueon the fust .b-y of ihe next term of . ii i i um I, lit' ?.l in r ll ll' l ii.f iliillli'ivuiiia 1. 1 il 's ui' i s in t viuuiiivu ' .:aa .a rf a a at. . i. : i a i . . i . j .... I ii. tl,.,i ..in . jkiti . i t..i.l vm i oe lb Ken ns conu'sse.i and nil i n irti- uair.i un m. Attest. It. II. l)UNt:A,Clk. It. S. Vi.rotr, Solr. for j eiitioner. Ii. eetnb, r J'J, hH. ...... . SA HV virtue of a copy of a decree to me directed from the eleik 'a ZW ollJce of the Marion liictlit t'ontt, 1 will expose n pnbtie sui.-, on the .biy ol J ooeiry, ir 1', at the Court House door in th.' town of I n h in ipolis. within the hours prescribed Ly liw, th' n uts sold joolits for seven yeoi's, of the fol.ow in leul ' tute, lo-it : I. M No 13. in f.puirelT, in the town of tndi.itnnoli. .d n:i f.uhii,' to re.iii..; the. full amount of said judgment interest im I cuts, I vv i'i at the tame time j id pl.ioe, eipoi-e th.' f . e simple of t.:od re d Oile. I nken a tlu property of William Stacey, at ilo- mit of Alexander Arniktrnjt and It ol rt Arinstron. t:il.ULP.S (.. CAMl'UKLL, to ts Shen:f M..ru n Countv. ODKI. Wiene i nnd Cldl.lr.-n. inoh llsd by llotace Mayh -w, i rnn h h 1 1 at the H toWstore of ll(tOI) & NOBI.K. 7 MIH (ire.it Hok'i Oty lionon,l: by v. t. Thai kerjy, author of V.i iity Cur; just received by IIOUD NtlHI.K. 7 tt-ST received, the Korgei v, J .mien's but novel. ' hoc to & NOttl.K. 'jailK M, si, Stu-i il mi l l'iof.-tsion! l)uti-4 of Attorneys and ft ulititon: 1 y rniinii I Wii, ren , l-'.s j. For sale by C IIOilH Si Nl)!lLK. iuvi.(;'s voitüs. RAi'K.nUIlMiH Hall, or tie llumoiivts. A Midlty : by (Jcof- Irey (.rnio:i, tent Uectived this day y c; " noon ft Noni.K. iflJIO Konus and foeli'i b) I II. V'ilrox. A new edition. If Jiut receivud v IIOOI .t N.MM.K 6. Y v irtue of hit alius v nt of f eii fscias to me directed fmni the ('Ink's i Hue nf H e Mjrion Ciicuit Court. I will exintseto public m'-.-, on ihe 22 I day of January, .wiy, at tl c Couit llounc door, in the town of liiJi.iiit.olis, u iduii tl.e hours present ed by law. the .em an.l p of.t for n vi n yi ti, of the Iulluwii real total.-, to it : The iiotth hnlf of fraelinnal Section 3, in townahip 15, rancc 3 e.-.st, cotainim 1'.'. iieri , nd p.nl of fi artioital section H. in to A itk.lt i . I.'i i.oith. of rn.: Ii ent, i o .'-Jiiiiurf 40 eres, ituiite in Maiion count, Indiana: i,!o the suinhepsi half of out lot or block No. l.iii tl.e ein of 1 n li.iinpolis, i.i the roun'y afoie.ud ; nli-i lot No. H, i i ojn-öe fvo.l.in vWuni's adlitinti lo the town of In luiiu,l,, oi sail 'county ; lo lot No. 31, in MouM Pleasant in S3ÖI countv. And ou fai'ure lo realise the full amount cf judgment. i..tere,ts, and costs. I vv ill nt the am' tin. e ami phce. esio.i the te simple of :ii.l red eJMte. Taken as toe prop ity of Samuel J. I a:temon und F.Piot M. Patteison, at th suit of tu Stat- lin.k of Indiana vs. funnel I. Patterson, F.lliJt M Patte. son and otheis. ,;ti :tM, eimtl.Kte e.tMITd'.l.l.. SWH.TM.I'. list iv li:tti:ks RFMAINIVn in the Tost OhVeut Indianeptdis, I i!ijua,on Jrtntmy 1. 1810. (rjl'ci sons calling for these Utters will please to iy AhTKirnsKi) The inland postage on all letters vr papers fur Foreign Countries must be jre-paid , nlherteise. thty cunnvtbefor- vardtd. A Aitiey Mary Ant Alhni Caroii ie A ery Subin..a A i inn.'.i r John Ad uns Henry I A olt t'hnsl. v II über Misst'a'.heiine PsrlnT Mrs Ili-ncri.ta Hoover D I'o.vell lieujamia llutiherso i Clus II Tntr Noah llnc-r J II Hurl -Ii K-..I.V J 1 III titut.'k William llu l-o.t Mis M iy l'..t t.-rson t'liomtcr T ru.'i J1 see Pa kr It. v Byr l l n.l. i st Ki.us Pete s II n r v Poro r lliiaiii M sl ijuarles Wia K Iteyno'us I'l.-ant dole t.h il If Ki.sl.'V rsaiioifl Uo-e Win It 3 ftoger li I' An l.Tvjti Mit Mai y J llontinn 'm S Amhrsoii J.n 1 1 loo er Win Arnu'He A S A lam Wiiliumi Aik. i Jani.-s A rtn "tag S. ott Atkio JoIim y Au-ti i stsphea An b-rfon Jas W I! B irris John liiediro 1 Thus I.I .u I !' II Reck with Jo'id D 2 U.uvi.fr He iry rtruce (Jeorg.s Rrown V S Uenjon Carl Bro mg L M Mehm II i.lb-vr 9 r.hck Washington IPoughJohn i 11 u r W J h il Rrown J;ii Rac.ia Hirarn II il! I i i-lt jll.Vt.iiJ.lint ill-4 A lilnwes I A 'ttu.l.l!.' L H ub. rt Alb n llo knnn J.n-oh II ; i.i tun No i v&l 11 ill k Jo.'ilt iludtcii M.i Elita hi-on Mavliew i l!ll Hill WiPh.m II. !! y J lines . Iludtoii Martha lla n V I. Ilayden Capt N llmi ll.: Henry liaiierss I'tiiPippS llartell John (1 Harbour Illuha Hur I lav id Heiner Jacott I itoll Misa Siis.ni i Keej smn- Hull Jox'ph U.iai k Mm Larina Rad Mis M J ! Raraiey Hobe it V llo'.ritt. n Al.-iaaon- der Iloads Snmufl 11 !ob,iivnn Squire W Koysrer Mrs Adelina I'ose Derator Itjbb Hoheit (lead Mjiio or Julia Ann Kinder Co ira I S "mith William Sinks Da i Side'-ottnm Wm Sp en; Wm II 1 Stack Mini rice Sui key Win Ü Sai'irctint Thotnhs 1 1 Ii i er Jolui II mies Miss varillaS llntton J II Boa. Will i.i in 3 ll.jvtr Snrah J llowlt r John lliil Mi Mit'gant Urvan llonuett i I B luhooviT Christian Irwin Msthiht II Buh Martin I) Byrd 1 1. airy Bell V..'ut Brown I) It By injrtou J units BakT Conrad Brj a-i I.'ikt Crot.mn Mr Bratutt Samuel Brig' t M (i Imi uith Christopher C K nr-J ;James Flbja jJones John U Joi.nson J Jetfery Wm W Jjhnwni Mrs Ph.'be 2 Sills Niolioiwn jSno'.her Joh'i S.nlly DjiiuI Santo Moian L Sinilli Misk PriscÜla Short Hei'i; S'oTonl John Sneli,b r.r Nutiey Smock Sim oi Snider Josse Serce.int I'. r.i D Shearer ( i-o W Smith i'ephea Smith John Smith Mrs F.!i.6btU Snow Jnnies Shorts 1 n 1 1 1 1 J imsoii R.e.v W II Jj meson John Nt James I ni JaCksoti Isainli Beckwith Mrs Eliza J J.,i uvn Sa.nl J Broods J a Bl'OMU Hobt Bo.tz 'Mo o lore D B.U.'S öni'h Breit inr Uottib Baker 4leorire Briiton Wii.iam Pn'i Jno R B.i Conrad P.riunb'v Atex Bid.lb- Win Bloomer Josep'i Bel! Nathaniel B nk er Frederick IJrown Lewi Brown Caswell Brow n I.i r.i Brown Rev O Bnuel A I Beckmann Wm C rir.wion Ar.hur Ciuk Susanna Mini Cu"i!!iiiir John J t'u 1 lington BenJ Covo'da'.e William "ollins hsir Ciuk Mrs Maria Wynii ('out Ba is Charnns J W Cla.k Jas Curtis Wm ('ilbertson Win Jobnioii Wm II iJ-irms riin kney ijjickfon Zadoc 'j;iin- s E'ij.-ih I Jones Win J Junk en (Jreen villa jJoius Fleming J I K iKiine JopI iKiM-k Heinrich Kiiit; Harriet Kc io,f; Newton Kr.se John . Stubbi Johua I.-1- ,r & - narp jonn t i Su-;Oto i John Soott Mr ;?o J smither John ni !er Miss Lvdia simw Mit. lliva Su.iih Samuel hull II B !-'h:irp J.t' n Ii shumavi ay Is 3 lep'tms Suannali Smith P. ti r M 'Smither Willis Smith W K klk.j I S mit U Joe ;SiddaII Ino B ;Sn,o;-.k Messrs ll & I Co (Starr N U ;sawer Mis Sophia Smith S VV 'Stevenson Miss Eliza- b.-th Scott tVlton shull Richel Se mour K P Sparks Wm Stout Darnel Sidtl 'S Hobt Sl.fjw Misn Sophia Snow John sett ; vv Seho 'u'.d Hrah E Sn.oc Archilial.l Storvvf'l Daniel Sfnork. Abtaham Swords Mrs K.lizsbeth iKius Sand I ' Idltlo Mathew LaTerty Benoe Ixmg WmJI Lackey Andrew Lo, kwoo.l HA 2 I. or I Lii-Mt II Linidii mil's. jMi u ! Mary Ickten Jo!m M Lain Col Henry S Loticks James Lewis Mis Margt I Lowman John Lane Heo W 3 '.LfiUa John W I Linton F.li.aU-th a 'Lane (ieo'ge Lewis II I. iLa-.g David Cress V B Lct-r It It ?s Crowe S.inilStaiihope Long Jo.ej h Caskey Miss Kliith Lyi.n Joiüh ClOOks C M Chandler Robt A 2 Conarroe Joi-I Cherry 1 iios P Curry Mrs Murgt CudJinton Alisa .Mr.it C.-ittrrson J..S 11 Ciititon Joseph Co T litis H-nson Cii.imbeil.-iia M ( 'aripti. il A J Carter C Co'einm Jos P Cjs-1.. Wm ll aterso'i I'att i-k Cirsun Alex Larriuorc J is M L-.njr l ii- Jane t, miles riml Levy Joseph A Laverty John Laux Jos. pli ; M ; Morrow William Morm Mies Lsvina j Mil Iiouh- Thomas Mock John i k irtii Mrs S;. iah 'Mvers Mis MarvJane Steve. aoi John Morg..n AU-xuudt-r In-ker 'Phos N 6 M arsh! Jeorpi! S Mattena John W V.itri is Fia icis A Maiil 'v K Iwnr.t Morrow Kiv W Muriell Henrietta Marti i Mrs Lliattcth Mo!,; .i.i Ndtoaiiiel lari.h Milion SU!l Dl A L Tomlinson Jeso 8r Ti omjiMvi Nancy 'I"ap.it Miss Mary To:iilmon Suin-I Tbomp-ton Joseph 2 T.vld Thos J 3 Turner Mist Minerva T!er E S Tutewil.-r Henry y Cooper Ctaiinds Miss ( oii.t John Co t e;iti ler Cnrrv Solomon C.-.rt'r Jxs W Caiev Mihord I Itarrn Mrs I'ersi Dyns Mis Mary l'i vis John Milser Miss Mai that' Tho-ntoii II P Moor ' Mikse E J it. iTombleson Julian ;Todd Thuines ,'I'avior Stephen II tTui tier Augustus Ta le Hannibal Thompson John iTaltiot David (Taylor Stephen i IVarney Edward U L Morris Miss ltjrin. r Simeon II 2 Hincy Wm Harrisoii .More Isaac liurham Ueiij A My eis John Dem;., y H P Dei rirk Lev i Den tier William It, lb .. r J ti jdi Jr I aw son Theit.loie I).ivs.oi Matthias M vers Penjamiri Man David Mathcuey Ainlrvw Myers William Mann Jann-s 2 Mandv James riionipson A M Tirlerney Chni A or J A Deckwiih or Ceotge T Ely Thompson Atutiti t t; Utigles Squiio .in Itettiieu or No .Msyo.Mis Amanda l b- D.tvis Moore Joseph K Di'bv Jo'.ni lt.-k ill M s A Diety tJi-orgi! Dil h-V Hobt E Dobson D M V. F.lston David Mnrry (.hat les iMalvy Daf, j M rüli Milion iMan t y William 'MeiitooMi John jMiiutaiie William IMtiir William V iVinic.3 II O St S L J I Vniiiijj Uo'.ert O IVluio Moses Kb. l'o-th Miss Surah. Kartet !av Solomon I F.lliott 111) 1 I'nleniaii John P M KVS jV'mni S L 2 i M-Col- M tss Harriet V ,iKe., s a Vicioy J.. nies Viinsvor L Vim n-nt Miss Nancy Vansickle Jncob II W Werner Ptdllip Wi itit W eley O Whiiema-.i S T WaKi ti. id II T Whr.e H II Weaver John Wiley Wiley 'hllehead Charlsa W'ar.i Tl.os S V hitesides Mr Ward i: L 2 Walker Wm J Wright Lorenro D Wilson Jeremiah Varni-r ;ustavu A Vhite John .Vive Mrs Mary A .Vood N'l.rholas .Ve.ivr Joseph A '.Vibli r nn.J.-iinin W A' i Nor i '1 l o or Jas II Vil's.in s jiim. I Vood ll.-t j Jiniii S ViijtI t Chtis H Volihii: He- ry iVe'.b Ui.'hiird Williams N j-:cy Wil Si.Il loUahettl Wilson A her I ' Mc 'lure Jaco'i McClay Ki. hnrd jMcMaluin John jMcFarlinif Denjsmin i McKee Atner llmit'v John Eiv ii : E-br D K Ir Ellason Andrew K Freeman Lette'.ia Mrs Flowers Miss M.vriu Foil Frederick Fee lljvi.l Fl akier Sainl Fisher Sainl Knq'ia An.lri-w Fletcher Horati Forman Mu Dretla M Cotd Joseph vie''ormai-k John McKissick David I Moll .rv John or Mc I Klioy iMcChne Ke7.ia M,-Lau;hliii MUs Kit j 7.H K iMrUnlee Jamei j Meli u ire J unes (McCurdv Sonucl ' Me Kee James ;L Daniel David I McCI. Han t Ileatl.ie I McCovy Krancis VJc -i wa.t y J units j McCaw William N Newel Mm F. M Nordvk. Ittij;.h Neal C F O I Ni ilibors h lrl.S Fuler Willi. dm 11 (Jreen Joel ( D S of T W liaver Henry tiehirirk John Hold A tain Iii test J W (iriirm H;,nl llresh John ::.lln l.l t hristiuua l Sott I liomas i i e n Klivha Ciiliii M (Itei-n Mrs Satah NniiM.ir Lets it l jOvermjii John M U) vc ml! M is S:u;4n !()boni f'.'ii.T. Jnj jOhnver John , O'l 'on ner John I i n a i ni A n.'elo I foe Sini'n l.'ni I Mis Lu?y (liny Htd'ert 11 .O'Kiirv D t(,'l- I ' P j vVinteia Miss Marf M l Vesver Da id :VViin'ip Min Mma Miliums A j Web '. M II i WilU inon James Il.iiiKtoti Mrs Martha I'adro-i John ll.-iiu Will.a u llovey Alvin P Hoovi-r I ieorgu Harris Wm 4 Hendeitoii William Hall I'lir.jiiu th lluT Samuel A llaliam E Hall John S 2 Howland John D Hyatt Heul.cu Hiiler :nrl f.5 3w Pearce Thomai I'iirsell Miss Sarah I'l iec j.,,.,,l T Pocue Miis '.erurril PoWhPtle William P MVM. James Pa v tie Fletchur K f'n'rker A 3 f'.irker Daniel Pratt I) I) I'atker S W Peatiody Joveph A Parker James Worth Hi- hard Washburn A Wright Jehu Whit Stephen V Vount Jcse Varyan Jo:,n I.. IIUNLA..'. r. M. AI.UIKIsTKATOir.i NABali. HUE tituleisiaed, administrator of tho esat.of David Armen I trout, late of Marion cotmtv. Indiana, deceased, will, on the 'JOthday of January, lcl l, nt the late n-sidetice of sail decedent, un Mi sissii)i street, south of Mar land street, in the city of Indi nuajHilis, oder for aale to t lie hinlo'st bidder, all of the personal piopeitvof said D.ivld Armentrout deceased, consisting of two clocks, one bureau, one book case, tvo bedsteads, one cooking move and furtiitiiro, nnd various other article of household and kitchen turnitunt : lumber, shinglc, bii k, and a larpe assort ment of carpenter' tools. Tekm or Si a. For all sums of Ihre dol.ars and under, rash in hand, nnd for all sums of over three dollars, a credit of sis. months from date will be given, on Ihe purchaser makin notes with epprove.l security, and without any relief whatever from valuation or appraisement laws. December 23, l4S. 1.2 3wis SOLOM IV tTtCS ILAdmr. 1 Ü it Isl V, S.Vlj ii V LOi'S .V 1SDIAX.1POLIS, Of the' Washington Hull Company, nril.l, laXe place at the front of the II ill Ttro.v nine's,) on 7 Th irsdsy, January i, ISM. ttweeu the hours of II and 3 o'clock, eicht lot-r n S.hiUi utre. t,ln ftont of Ihe Dep. ; 26 tots oi Pcnnsylvariii street, In front i f tin Depot. A plan of these lots and tho alle a Miliooiiiiit the same, ran tm ?eit it iha Washington Hall. TKIlMSi One fourth in hand, and the remain ler In thief annual pavmetita. or tiotee villi tnirreat. w lih.sit relief from appraUemenl laws, aad with Rood arcuriiy. The aliove lota will be lauilivelrttiM without leserve tn the hichesl bidder. JAMLS ULAKE, Agent. In,!i.xnatoli, Dec.f., l Jl-i. siis:itiri"s sai.i:. T1JIY x irtue of an alas writ of fieri. fi:i.n to mo ilirected from Uf the Ch-ik's office of the Marion circuit Cinirt. I will eapoa.; to public sale, on the 52.1 day of January, IS, at the Court II. tuae door, in the tow u or Indianapolis, w ithi:i the hours p esci bv h-.v, the rents and profits for seven jeus. of the lullowmr; real estate, to-vv it : . . . . . .. The north half of fmrtional s.rtion 3, in towiiihi;i 15, ratine 3 nit containing l'J'J acres; and pait of fractio..al section S, in eow i.khin 1 j north, ol rantje 3 east, containing 40 ac-es, situate iu I.Marion county , Indiana; also the anutti ast half of out lot or l lock No. l.and In the r ity of Indianapolis, in the county afore. sil ; nUo lot No. I, in soMre No. 3, in Wood's nil it Ion to tlio town of Indianapolis, in aij county, alsj tot No. 31, in Mount Pleasant, in said county. An lo-i fa lure to realize the full amount of Judgment, interest and rm'J I will at the n.une time and place, e xp the feu simpla of said real estate. Taken as the property of Elliot M Patirstn imd Samuel J. Patterson, at the suit til the State Bank of Iadiana v. I'Mioi xt. r.ttunon. .nnul J. lnnfron n an. nti :?v is Cll BLES C. CAMI HELL, Shentt M. C. IVOTIvUK TO iuoiti!iii:iis. t: I. Kit Froitfsiats wilt he receive.! at the etrc of llto Secrwiar jr ?.r wi.i n.r C.i tinir and hiinltn th Laws aa I JoirnsU la the pnaei twssloiiof tlieHeneral Assembly of tin State of Indiana, lo Iha form and manner pmscrilie.1 by law. The bids wilt b n,teaeil at si.l ofh. e nt 3 o'clock, P. M. , on Sv unlay the il!i day of lanuary, IS 11, nnd the contract awardnd to the lower feenoitsildn bidder. The surer ssful bidder will lie rcpiiied to Rivm Mnd and securitjr la thn pen tl eiitii of two th un I d ill n lor the fnttlif.il ixrrfor.iiaur of Ins contiact, suUect to the are.rovtl of the. undersnned. I. M AHIJ1 It L. Auditor f Slate, SML. HANNAH, Treasurer f State. CA JOHN H . THOMPSON. SecreUry of Sttte. U I'ST HKCE1VED. 5 bids ptluie new crop Ku;ar, Jubils prima neiT crop Molasses, JO tiklt lr:s do. For sale vi-rv low. CI S i W. MOORE. siMj.xntn urn ijcir.s. ciiami c:iii:mi;s nut janlauv, iij. $i 0,000 : YIKr.TNU SIAIK LOTTKUY, for the Iienrjit of Mouonulm Arnltwj l:n. No. 4, Ar 1S4'J. To he drawn at Aleino.tr ia, 'n , n SnO.r.tnj , Januiiy t, ii it i i.i.i a nt Mjiir.Mt:r t prite of SIO.OH), I do l.'l.ttCO, I do Jti.tK 0, 1 fJo5,0t 0. I do 3 y fj 1 c! j'i3'.rj, I do '.(s 3, .?0 prizes of $l,t Ott, 3u i?o S:).c. ' ' TS .'. J.olt ri 11 JJi'iir.i Tickets f IO-lrIveS,i-Q.iarttrs 2 'JK I etl.tu ;e of pack !; ( vHi V 1 i. kt i $ITo (.1 I o .in do c. n Do L-Jdu-irt'r i'.a :iiti.ii NiJ.i:jy: ::o ut; . f si.-iioi): V1K(;.IA S'l'ATK TTr.ItV, For Ihr llenrfit vf "Stnn gnlti AcuJu.iy, t inss N. for lfr-L'. To be drae n In Aleta-dtia . Va , on .-.-.Oir 'ay , Jni.tirri 1H, 149. SPI.;M)lft SCIIKOK. 1 splendid prize of e.4:ri H. pi no s t f A (' ),: i'o ;.-.veit 3 No. priZr) .r.f) l ir. "tt .V .'Vtv. 1 I I)ti.n ;.' o.'.v Til ki ts $1-.; oh: re in prrijrf ion. Cerlilii.ilea of knfr . '.'' H hole 'Jirkna !10 fHl I in ! '.: Hull I o I ) it.t ?i(i'i.ll!er !! AI M Ihl rt.i tS.if.isMli ! 'Jl i'i 2 prizes of :i,OCIO t u!i :n SfiO.OOO! YUiill.MA STATi: LOl'TKKV. For the fienrfit of Mnonfa ia Afiderny, Clus o. I'J, lor IM1. To be drawn in Ales imlosi, Va., on Jvmmlir , Jartuarv ?1, HltlLLIn.NT SCHKMi; V pria-eof S,n. '2 do I .'.mhi. 2 do T.ls.O, 3 du5,ton, 2 iJo.4., 10i3.. 1,500, in Jo I .Vist, id il.iUO.&c. 7" .V". hdUru 1' Drawn Billft. TicketsSIO: rltaream prii"r"t ion . Certif.catrof paikpeof 'J.'t V hole Tirkete $;.t no r,5 m 32 Ui do do Vo Haf do do do 2.i (uaiter 1o tO,O0O Hollars! .um. ir,(io'i. 1.) Druifii Xj't'b'rs ott! i f 7S .' VIIIfUMA STATT. I.OTTF.KY. For the Benefit of Monongalia Acadetay, Cl ass A, for I H i Tobe drawn in AW itn'.ti.i. a ., on S-.ii',l i . January '11, MO.-T SI'LLMMD M'Hril': 1 splendid prteo! SM.'tm, 1 il .ti.tir, 1 .Jo I ;..('). 1 fo L nd, 1 ilj . .t 0 1 1! L.'jit.S prienof 2,0 ti, it' !., 1..V ', I Im do 1A.MI, Jil ilo.SO l, Ut. Tickets only ah a u a i.a pr4sntio:i. Oriificnleoof paikMes 2fi Whole ti.-l. eft Jitf f") Do llo tluif it.. 1 Jd Mi Do At Vi In liter c'.i I'll (i t Do it V hijnh tin 3t) (M flrders for Tickets nml r-h irt-s and CeM-flrnt , ,,f r.srkipi-a in th above Sptenthd lüCterim Will lecrive the tnot pr tulpt a tei.: ll 81. J an f.f!it i.ii at romil f each draw i.-.g sent i i.mr. Iia'eiy Mi. r L Is ovai to all who o.lrr front n A.itlte' J. (. MAUI'.V, A Cent for J. V. Macty V Co.. Msnir?, C "1 AWtamtri i. Viu'inla. Biiliaii:iMliH atcsl CvtllcfdiH;; t MC ll, ii, otii:i: 'vn mii:sc:uciib:ks. i. T the lat k.-hsion of ti e IL ardof luct it. ih follow inf a memlniejit were made I.i the Ly I ws.whiel. il is bedevei wid jri-tame prot:r. tin-ts to t' 1 1 f.nt'.p c.i..n of the u oi k, ausl be note ipif8:lii y to sut.-sc i it"-t s thin onrliornet regu a.ious, a th'y jji ve a jute, en iu ei.atio-i lor the use of iio; mn.-y , ts fere the s oek ill y tel i a dividend, when mbi libers elect to pa) oj1 tLa.tr clock i:i lull, w i'.hont taking i io; Loir v ems rieJit . I Mf.l Any su -seriber who l as hen -.ofo'e fcu'.iscn! d personal j vto. k, i i;lii r caeh, i.i'.r, r nu i-i mav pay t;; .ari t'Ut in I full, at any time w i.hin six nion 1. '-on tl is ti i.e, I y i i-ig. (in j .-lu uh.it hs been pi.pl) in (v t :i',y 1 .. !;: I r i ten khare, I nnd new sul c-t ibt tn..y elf er take the eteMit he !.)'ort- allowed tor lo ir je.ars, or may at t..eii option, pay caJi in lu.l ol tv.eiity dollars, lor ach t-hare. Second : i.r cctibeis who hivir re'ain ', o- vh) 1:11 regain, the tibt of reit- TT.ptiou of ldii.l, nny r.-'..-. i.i 1 1 ; tue r.t .my time wit; i.i or.e year from 'he.'atfot the doi!,!j p'iyrg :t cxth, twe-ity do!Lr for e. cf share of s'.... k imji-.1 i j vn t. l-n. 1. Titi'd. Land mlnci il-ei n rr.ty r'''- iu by j-ajin 'he in -eij.al nit' o il intt t t, rnd ni'Cii'.- mil impiovt-d hnioi.r L.nds will no' he accountab'e lor r nts. i-'urlh. S.tl.sc libers of laiu'a w ho are Oik,vi:':l w.th ib crigi tti.l appraisement n.ay apply to t'.e Presi.teut w iihin tl.ntydaja from the tune the) ditll ' e intorrr.ej in wi ei-ig of thi; aj.; r?ie met t lor :, re api'ia s. mcnt ; ami the stibkctibur inay e'i-ct ono ttUiiite-ei 1 ippr".iiK.r . ami tie Pr-si.'.':!l or..;, and the Cam si all re 8;, raise the kam-, t-n ( i il shall be appraised at mote than the ff-rn er appriiisemen:, or if the subscri; l ihöll COt:vev to the com i.any, they shall pay tli exp'2. i.,oll.eiwie tl.y shall le defray.-! Ly the ulcr.ter 'Fdlk. Tin-Tie.-.suter is rutloriied to nil J JO U41 of tl e coin pan y l.oinU, lo run fi yeava, ot a rate trat will j nt il.e rali for wh.ch ili.'V tire olJ, at an ir.ti-ren ol not ex--eling ti n per Cer.t. per cent per annum. Tluie lons leine peru-ctlv ecu' d. h'in u lit n upon thi '. he! ton-' ff il.sr l u,wo the ruai ?s co. tructeJ. should tv an otj-cl in our .- . ns vwloi line i ...irv tj , Amt as tlu-y are of th' di nomii..lioii of one him lied dollars, !h y wi:J be a?ii!i' !eto a I who si. nil a;p y in titr.i-. Stith. Ti e eis'ern teimoiation tt ti e line iii this Sta'e has t eeu permanently fmd utsm the Ohio 1 i.e in R .u !o'ph rom ty. on th .lio-ct route "iroin Woicl e-t. t, I t.ili ma, to Si. nej and Un'.i kntaiü , Ol.io. The propects of the company for the construction of the w ork 8j an t .ii Iv itay, are cur.e equal to the most cl.erivt el at. to inst irr of the Iloird. Ü. H. SMITH, PnM'ent. Deccinbi-r 9. 1H. f.7 'Jw is (Jourt al, and VolksUatt at lndpls. x ill copy cnJ charge B. At H.It.( o.) vi i.i a iVm: v un riiit s ai.i:. Fivt Miit.s ,V'i'i Iidi'in'if-.'is. mid mar 1'ie .1. and I. R'tii'Rotd. i lO A v. Of thti Tra.t, 10fl .1-rr i J,r CulUrnt-vn !f.v tirßq Fruit Trw. bt'irin bfät culLvutrd Fruit .1 g . Il f.'l tf Wutrr, btndt? a urcrr fiUing Spring. ,i gmd Frame Ihfiel.'mf llvr, und britk .nti .. c .'f Jjirgtmd Cumn ...' Fr..me tarn. rg'HE niirle.irid torion ol this Farm, bring alxail 1 '0 acres, is m.Milv w I! tiuilwo-d with vatual.! Linl.tmp and Itsl I'oui.fr. ami tit wlt'ile 1'ract i of the he.l und ttfi-t productive ku in th.t ro'intry. It lies siilbi inilv h'li and loi n ? Its hsatim is in .a h.-a'lh and pt-aa nt i.n.!.!iorti..l. lis pf..vniuiy lo the ctt .n..1 I. ifn ltti-1 Uo.i l, MJirds rea ly bu lot to cor its print. ue to anv mat ket. I he iiiiptovemet ts are in to'er 1 1 2 n I if .1. r oo b as to i n. i Idea pun baser, with hut lr.ll mg etfiense, lo make the Farm at ore prohtaMe. Tl.e property mtit be seen, to b doty nppieciated. m.' sih iltC to purchase, w III t rouise vie.v the ptemles f..r tlieieM-'ves. m that a lltore pnrticulat li-.-rijt(i,oi 1 deemed Untiere if y . PetsiMj ilnairotia of evamiuioe the Ciroi , ate refcrre.t to Jsco'i Turner, east o f ; In liauapibs ; to Mr. Dunn, w ho liven on the preniim s, t-t for infii - 111.it ion. lo Mr. 1. M.sm fh.of In-liau ipotis, or to the mi1er.i;:tird. I will "ell ihr above detcrilie.l Farm at a pure w Inch, couai.tr-iir ( Its ndv inlacesr, w i',1 present an inducement ! the purchaser, vv Inch ! will sr irerly iner; with eise here in the n.uiity. Ii wi I betteinb lo cet hilf Ci,h in hand. The terms of payment for the retnamdrr will le litteral and areomni .tdtinc 11. HATE.". November 20, L- IS. 54 (sv aiuiivi u itoiiV sTiTiil rgsHE Undetstgnt'd, Adnon'o-ti a'ot of the F.sli'.ei.l F.k-Oov. Jsrcf S H Itay d-eiae.;. w i.i un Thi.iS'hy, tr e 1 1th day of January, 149. in front of thu Itoy House, neat ti e l .oitt II. ue. iu tu city of Indianapolis, oiler for sale to tf bi. b t 1 1 id. . a I the peraotal itropfrty of said James . Km . ,Vc-a '. m eritr. township, la Marion County. Ii.di.ina. .'iktin? .f t! e fo I .0 ttz a-ticle. t Wit: one Wi lt li .!s. Ilutl.e f (I Jjjoo IJett's Engl Hot. Jhnoit' li g.-t-t. Pi ters' Dtget. i'o'..n ei'a ..at " Vv, It'iill on Crtuiea, iioise, 1 eOkV, an 1 tiiotts o i., r it k1-s 1 f pen. r-l jr..j-eity I lo..ifo.5 to mo ; cs'iite. Anliiutbf tolto,;,,- "J'h u i . ay , J an ua ry 1-ÜI, 1 -4', wiil ofV.-r to tell nt or neir the ttvi u k of MrCtir- dy in Pike to luhip. iu said County, id out nine (l il, t.onh w et from Iri.linnaH)f-a, the foilwirg piTM.nnl p-oi.'ify bi ions.ng to i t t-vtate, to- if. I teer, 2 PetietH. I i low. Kc. Te. ni ( sal for nil ims i f th--.i' !ol! irs m I und. r. csk i i i haul, an I Lr II ktuas over thi-HU i!o)'a.i, t.o'isat r, mon-l. from dste, with ppro- '. U-1' . Hli'l without Ut.) rS i. f wl,l irr I On, tlhuilion or ap; laisun-i.t U . WM. M LLIVA.N, D.c I-, P--I. frt-rttvis A Imtnia'.iutor. 'I'lic sttiic of lntli.iia;i, .tltirion rttisut )', In i n k PikonsTt CortT nr :o cot rsrv. Frsn sat Ttavt. i-i9. t'etitn'n for ike nalt of IlK.tF.itat. William Sullivan. Adoiosli ator of the fite ol Jami B. Hay, i cas.l, r. Jm-s ( Kav. (ieotge (L f I.i niau. Many Ann Hol t tan.E i'a Jane Ksy, Si. r Ii llav. Vi ginia Itay , Ji hn W. Kay, Thomas Matthew s, end Indiana Muhea. 'IMI!'. satj Thomas Maitl;ess an I 1'niis.ns I is wife, are hereby A l otified thtit a p ti'.oni in the j.1 ove entitled case, hs this day been filed against thrnt anJ the other defenilan'a aUive nimej, la the Probate Court aforesaid, that the same is now pn ling in said Couit, that they appear into said court on the first dtyof the r.ett term thereof, and show cause if at) thev hive o- know why an order for the sale ofthe teal estate it nil petition et forth Mid de scribe I, should not In- made, and that in d.f,uh theucf, s;.id pet. tion and fie matters the. ein coi.tained, will e taken us confined and proceedings will tt had tiiereon acconlinetv. y order of sail i ourt. Aitot, 11. II. DUNCAN, Clerk. U. H. W Air at t, Sol. December 11. ISsS. r,03i ü iiii: rn ro ii a nAiuriixT fSP utiaVr. iue.l In mithorireil ! Ii flotl .i.ln.l..l t....Ci. I. .... ..... , ,.,,., iiiiiij, know n ns out lot No. I. nbolnlni vvrnt ltd,nnip. Im, frotith g ( on the Ni.tional Itoad.nnd we ten tlnee quattcra of a mile of Whl: Uiver iiiniia. rciiiaiiiuts a nine ever 2j acres. This ts one of tt most eliiMn situations ..r . aiyf.irm, or peutleinan'a reaulenre, lo I found in this vicinity ; anl w hn her lionjlit on eculation. to be cut into hts. eras a e.md and aale i rues tun m of money, thoae' dispoaed to jMirch i-e will d,-ci.le. Abar;airiran be had. Applt lo CEUHHE A. CHAPMAN, 40 :,.m . . JitJitel (llW. mssoi.iy j i or lVaUT.vi.H.siTiF; 'IHF. io partneil ip heretoloie r istin between tl.e ml ruhers. H under the firm of He Wolf&i. Oan.on, whs dissolved bv mutual consent, on the Eit'i of December, IMS. All a-rojiiL will te kit tled by H. P. DeWo.f, who w ill continue the loriu. r 1 umes at the City Sa'oon. j. p. lI WOI.K, Imtiae.ai .Iis, Dec. H). HIS. Clw'd J. J. GAVSOX. IUSSHM i o, rPHE copartneiahlt lieretofor eiis(mX between the snjrr!! era .m the city 4" Indianapolis, under Iha name, attle, and firm of Dt vhlsott At Hrninwell, U this day diaolved t y tnutnal consent. J. M. Uiaiuwell at Co. ar heret y auihoric J to aetiU all the dual, new of our said late firm, to w hotn all jieraons in.lebled are requcsta.1 to make immediate nayineiit. 4.11 DVIÜSCtN, JOHN' M. 0 KAM WELL. I hr subscribers w ill continue In buiees in.der the frntof LM Brainvvt-ll At Co. JdtlN M. UUAMVVr.LL, ti si i L( l N C. B KAM WELL. Äk.ViTisrK uoirs .o livr.. "TfVrOTHJK is hereby given, that tlio utideriijiu 1 baa been Bp- il pointed a liiiinistiator of tl.e estate nf DaviJ Arnie.drout, 1st of Marion countv, an! State of lu.liaui. le.-.:i ! All ix-raoa Indebted to th sio.l mtata are le.ieie.l t.a make imm.-Jiste pay inent ; ai d ihoe hating claims otinst the mrne, arc ro'.ifiej to pieki-ut tlieui iJule authenticated for settlement. The estate i sup-lor.-tl tu t e solvent. SOLOMON CltUSE. Adiur. IndiiiiBpotiS, Dec. 1J, 14?. g'J-3wla 14 i:b:i it hs.s'oki: thi: ii:opmv fgan T J. M. Dratnw II Sc Co., bt Norvt ood's corner opposite the B- Pa uier House, on Washington and Illinois strtets, in the city of Indianapolis, have a laige a id w ell select-.! stock of Dry (Mi, Gr.ceruj, Dye Stujf, Sfüce. Shot Hat, .Va.7. 4c.. w Lieh they arc selhng at g'ettty i.-.lu.-e.l p'icesfoi cash oi uovel (ountry pro duee. Tlitnklul fot at favors, ue Iv; byraiiitil attention to buiiiiss, by constantly keeping on l and a go kI stock of Ooods, ailapttd to the wants of our iiistorm-r, an t I y silling them tt the lowest pookib'e prices, to rni it a lilrrsl ah it e of custom. CJ TO ks:.t. N eligiUe atore, inrlu tin dwelling, on Washington steet, shortly to b- vacated. This Is, for un ruterpiieia; merchant, a foj.1 oitportunit) , as it will t teutet low, and potKCtsion sooa give i. It i alo a atanj. that, with pro.ier m ai.acement , wottlj ciinmm I a larga custo?n. local ani tranaicnt. For psrticuUra l'p'j ti) DEO. . CIIAPMAN. 47lt!l, o v ii i - v 1 1 o i is: 100 '' HurTilo 0 ret shoes, resides a large lot of meu'a, uo lJJ mn's and chddren'a Metlbr Oveithoea, that hre wart anted not ir. become hard in eobl weather, for aale al Sii M(P4 Hat and fttoe Siiae ljn uf Citt Hut anJ lt.tc.t. y