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INDIANA STATE SENTINEL:
A tlAZHTTt: OF THE PEOVLi: DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES A Htrict cM8tructin of the (Jo:itituüon, nnd no assumption of doubtful powers. A Diplotimcy nkin for nothiiig but what is I cuarly ripxl and Kubtuittxi to nothing wrong. No connexion botwetfti the government and tanks. An art rt'nrrm revenue tariti. No public debt, oitlier by t'ic (Icneral (Jovcrn- riM-nt :i by llie Stated, except for objects of urgent necessity. No nfsMimption by tb (ienral Government of the debts of ibn Stute;, eiliicr directly or indirectly, by a distribution of th proceeds nf the public lands. No extensive system of fnternai Improvement by the General Government or by the States. A constitutional barrier aaiu?t improvident State Ion in. Tho honest payment of our debts and the sacred prcervatioii f the public faith. A uralual return from a paper credit system. No grants of exclusive charters and privileges by fp'clal Icprishtion to brinks. No swindling enrporntirn. No connexion between Church and State. A preference f.r Democrats over Whigs for every .Tu e. Acquie notice in ti e rule of the majority in all cit' J party discipline. No proscription for honest opinion?. Fostering aid to public education. A progressive reformation of all aiiu"!. KStuck. llc:irlel Villainy. We have just been furnished with the par ticulars of one of the inot outrageous ailairs thai let ever uomc to our knowlcilge; and we trust that it will belong ere we are again called upon to record another of like charac ter: in which a lady, young, beautiful, and accomplished, was made tho victim of a cool, designing, and black-hearted villain, who, we regret to learn, has as yet escaped the punishment he so richly deserve?. Some months ago, a young man of genteel appearance and polished manners vi?ited Low ell and put up at the most fashionable hotel in that city, where he entered his name as Mr. Hale of New York, at the same time intima ting that he was a gentleman in easy circumstance-:, and contemplated making a brief so journ there for the purpose of becoming ac cjuainted with the peculiarities and advanta ges ol that section of the country, in a man ufacturing, commercial, as well as agricultu ral point of view. Here by his suavity of manners and inti mate acquaintance with the world with life in the back woods as well as in the gay me tropolisin fact with everybody and every subject of general interest, be soon became quite a 44 lion' iti the Manchester of Ameri ca, and the young bloods took no small de gree of pleasure in escorting him about and introducing him to the belles of that city, w ith whom, also, he became a great favorite, each appearing to vie w ith the others in her I attentions upon the fashionable young strati-! After tho lapse of an hour or so without Mr. gcr, and of course Mr. Hale acknowledged . making hi, appearance, created some Mir and appreciated the honors paid him by thee prise, and the young wife and her friend fair daughter? of New Kngl md in the most started oil to seek her truant husband, and ilaHem! term; nor did he neglect a favora-j failing to meet with him, the former became ble opportunity ot intimating to each that he j li-id b -en a Mieressful land speculator, and - - - - - i that he was so fortunate as to be the owner of considerable real estate in various flour ishing villages in Michigan, Illinois Tennes see and other western Spates, and upon the future sales of which he should realize an ample fortune In the course of his repeateil visits to the i -r 1 !.!.. r.....:t., r. Mtinir of a retired merchant ar.d his amiahle I ... i . i . i vil. an onlv d ttiiililer, .1 iieatiiinii eiri oi a- bout ID vrats. and one son doing business in f tre bad not been paid and the c riliding the eitv. " ho lut hecame aetpiainted xvitb ! wife had not only delivered to hrt hiishatid Iiiin and introdtu ed him to his parent and j for faff keeping, the paekae of inonry in-bi-trr; In profc'cd to have formed .m anient ; tended for her hrothc r, hut nNo hr own funds attai'bineiit lor the young lady, and went o with whirh she exported to pay the expense far a to projioje marriage to her, winch olter, of her journey; the nook hearted eapl.iin however sl:e then modestly declined accept- ( heggr'd bt r not to feel dictwirerned on ac inir. deeming such a step, upon o brief an ; count of her fare, at the same time kindly ui (piaintatit e, too precipitate on her part,) volunteered to procure accommodations for iiot AithUandinj: the unbounded confidence j her at her place of destination until her hus uhich her brother bad in the honor and inor-; band should arrive. ( )n leaviui; the steamer, nl character of the said Mr. Flair. I Mr. 1 1. 's biugae, as well as that of her Illic it miv he proper here to remark, that pre-! baud was searched for, hut could not he found, lion to'.Mr. Hale beinr; so deeply Miiitten 1 which circumstance caused fresh alarm to with the chaims of MU as to Aipop the Mrs. II; but the captain again pacified her question'' to her, he had ascertained that she by expressing his opinion that it was most bad contemplated pending the approaching probable that the baggage had been taken winter with a marrie d brother residing in the , to the w rong place iu lJuflTilo by mistake, icinity of Milwaukie, Vi and tliat sIk; and tliat the htishand having discovered the would he the heartrr ol a coni()eiahhr amount fact had gone ashore for it, and therefore got of money to him, which was intended lo left b hind with the baggage, liquidate a balance due on a large tract of. The following day a boat arrived from land which he had purchased ; ami in a t on-; HuHalo, but no Mr. If. came passenger in versation with the family on the subject, Mr. ! her; on the subsequent day another boat II. stated that sotne allafrs in Tetroit required ; came in, but still no Mr. II. nor any tidings Ids attention, he hould therefore feel happy ! respecting him. to accompany Mir the greater portion of j The gencrotu captain after hearing the herjouriH'v. His announcement was hailed ! young w ife's story respecting the peculiarly with delight bv the young lady, as well as by ! unpleasant situation in which she had been one of her female acquaintances, who was placed, hecame satisfied that she had been nbo about to make a visit to some friends in 'made the the victim of onus daring villain the west an 1 preparations were immediately ' and could not refrain from expressing his commenced for the journey. Mr. II. having fears to that cfTcct, at the Fame time offering arranged matters agreeable to his w ishes, in ; to defray w hat expenses had been incurred the meantime visits Hosten with the avowed 1 at the hotel, and take the lady back lo I5uf object of settling bis affairs there, but as is f.do from which place she could write home now presumed, for the purpose of raising a and apprise her friends of what had trans sum of money to enable him to carry out his pired. She gratefully accepted the captain's villainous designs. i generous proposition, and llie young lady that On his return, t!ie party, after receiving; bad accompanied her thither resumed her the best wi-hes of their fiiends and acquaint- journey to her own friend, anccs left Lowell one lovely morning on! On returning lo lluffalo the captain of the their journey toward the far west. While . steamer soon ascertained that Mr. II. instead on their way to and during their brief stay : of sending llie trunks on hoard the boat as in the capital of the Umpire State. Mr. Hale he had led Iii- wife to believe, had caused lost no opportunity of making a still more fa-; them io he taken to the eastern railroad vora!)le impression upon Miss ,and urging j depot, and that the moment the boat had left her with increased fervor to complete hi? . the dock he hail followed the baggage, am! happiness hy uniting her future destiny with proceeded to Albany. his own, and finally she consented to become j 'pie young lady, on thus discovering that his wife. This point being attained, he sin; had been tluvictim of a deep, vlesigning preyed a speedy consummation of the nuptial villain, who had artfully contrived to rob her ceremony contending, in the language of 0( a hirge sum oi money and her ample Scripture, that "mm is the uco-pttd timJ" stock of wearing apparel, and worse than all His eloquent appeal had the desired cllect, that, had hliglited her orosnects. her feeling? and th'7 were united in the boly bond? ofj venorabio ami tlistiiiiruiluMl weUio;K o minister oi tli.it l'v. i he j;.rty tuen ro cc-eik !, without furtlifr il-l;iy, far a Holla ..I.. IOI then Io, wh n tliey stonpcil at one of the priiirijial hotel- for n hnel repose before continuing tie ir journey. Mr. II. having signified his intention to ncrompany his bride t) her phce of ihtination. prior to his nttendin: to his business alTairs. On the last day of their so journ 1:1 Hullalo, Mr. II. a.cordin to hi ir roncerttd plans n is now evident, remark-1 1 1 . 1 1 ....... . ? . 1 eu 10 111s voting and unsu-peruut; in: "My love, we shall be on the lake to-night, you had better take out of your trunks surh arliele as ou may be likely to have o'ca eion for, so that the trunks can he stowed away iu the baggage room during the pa- rr Tile idea was deemed iudiriout., nnd Mr. II. at ont o set about turning over the content, nnd rprtiire hr nijrht rloh" r.nd n chinir? Indianapolis. January 20. IS 19. of linen, her husband aiding her in the task of unpacking and repacking the ample stock of silk and other rich drosst s, Arc, Set; On taking up the package of money directed to the lady's brother, and to get possession of which was the grand object he had in view, h observed to his wife "My love, you had better let me take charge of that," and in a moment it was transferred to his hands and thence to his pocket. The repacking of the trunks having been completed Mr. H. engaged a porter to carry bis own trunks, and two belonging to his bride, (as she supposed) to the boat, but in reality to the eastern railroad depot, and a short time previous to the hour appointed for tho departure of the steamer, the party went on board. As is uual in such cases there was considerable confusion on the deck of the boat; and H. in accordance with his schemes suggested to bis wife and her friends that they had belter retire into the cabin or their stale rooms until the steamer had got under way and the confusion had subsided, when he would join them. No sooner bad the two ladies well retired to the rubin than the notice 'step ashore all that Vint going, was proclaimed from one end of the boat to the other, and in a few minutes more the steamer left her dock. The evening was a de lightful one, and the two young ladies were congratulating themselves upon the prospects of so pleasant a trip across the inland ocean for their fust experience on the rough watet jrreatly alarmed fearing some mishap ot a se nous nature had occurred to him. 1 lie cap tain of the steamer was spoken to and the register of the boat examined, from which it appears that he had engaged two state rooms, one for himself and wife, and the other for their friend and traveling companion; but no Mr. II could be found on ho.ird; the raptr.in appeased the yo;in' lady's anxiety hy tcllinir l...f :i .,rj...Kt.. I. .I. .1 ashore and u ;i left hehind, and wonhl un- j i t . il r ii ii . i a. i . . i .I.. 1 riouoieciiv iminw in un: im-xi du ii; iui in. hecame truly agonizing, and may be much better imagined than described. At tlit? suggestion of her friend and pro tector, the captain, she immediatel v wrote to ,or hrother in Lowell, and dctailoil lo him all the nartirulars connected with her unhap py situation; well knowing that he also would have placed the unbounded confidence in the honor and integrity of her husband; that he had lirt introduced him to her acquaintance and subsequently countenanced his visits and attentions to her. Iii the meantime she gave vent lo the mot unpleasant reuVctions; the idea tliat she had been too precipitate in yielding to a marriage from homo without first consulting her parents the readiness with which she had delivered the package of money intended for her broth er, a well as her own fund'', into the villain s i Imnds Hashed across hormind and produced the most intense anguish, while the thought of ngrnn rnetinc; her friend and aorintcJ SEMI-WEEKLY. under such circumstances was anything but agreeable she whoa fortnight previous was one of the gayest of the gay, one whose hand had been solicited by young gentleman of high standing, was now the abandoned wife of a felon, a fiend in human shape, without the means of ascertaining the end of his in famous career. In due time, her brother arrived and in a great measure cheered up her drooping spirits; he refunded to the noble hearted captain, who had so kindly treated her, the amount of ex penses which had been incurred on her account and then left for home with Ins unfortunate sister, by way of New York, where Mr. Kel- vea, ot the Independent Police, No. I I'J Broadway, was waited upon and the matter placed in his hands, with a liberal roward for the arrest of the .accomplished scoundrel, pass ing undeT the name of Mr. Hale and we are gratified to learn from the before named vigilant oflicer, that he has recently obtain ed a clue to the identity of the villain, and is in sanguine hopes of bringing him to justice at an early day. Ytw York Island City, sim:dbi lottekii. GRAND SCH KM KS KOR JANUARY, J. VI' ?I:iiiry V Co., .Un linger. 70,000 Dollars.! $30. KM). .ir.ooo. IT) Drmcil Sumh-rs out "f IS VIRGINIA ST ATI; I.OTTJ'.KY. For the llen'fit af Monongalia Academy, ci.in A, fr Isj-i Tobe drawn In Aleiandria. V., on Sutunl.iv, Jununry 27,1819. Move sri. hi m F.: 1 ipUndid prwMif $:,Mi, I do .t(i.lo, I do 1.1,010, I do Hl.fHiO, 1 do , 1 do 1,000,5 prize of 2.0.10, io do I'-Hi, N io 1,000, 1U0 do.VMi, Atr. '1 ickH only :0 nh.ire in propoitioti. L'ertificateof package '.iii Whole In ket 2N CO Do M Mall dj 1-Jf' ( tit 'Jr. Uu.itter do Ml 00 Uo d i Kithth d. 3f. OU Ordrr for Tirkm anil Mmre and lVriiii-air of rrkpf in th ) nl-ovn Silrm1id liHtrir will reoiir llir inoxt prompt nuenlh n and ! 4ii otti i.il hi count of rarh dr i in; xent immediately all r it ii over Dull wlin orJn from u Ai'drrcN J. it C MAURY, I Azrnmfor J. W Maury V p., Mimirr, t 65 nv1f Alexindm, Vugini l. I kl:i7i7v;s I i t In . "1: it iu . . ; Ii. ti Ii-!) inv.tittJ t'onipouiid lor LaKlciiiiij; iioii . ü ivin it tl'' hjr IniM of und rt Liming its oriiiidl toni; Im s, lull ! dirtcUotif u'oirj-an) tlie utticle. 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Si.iinüi ? tii(Mriir i.utiMwii r ; 1 no miprriii ; 1 no ouiir lly-Min : 20 mltir 1, nnaortri ; for naU ty S. .V W. MOO!(K.5ly oysti:us ! oY?HTi:its ! ovsti:hs ! ft A DO., rim spiciM yy ner, warranwüio nwp ny loiiffiii U W of timf in an v clitn tr, direct from H n Iti more, mid for nln Io ly CM AIIM MAVF.lt. oppo.ilr T'mf ranee Hall. 51 SALT! ffW1 IIU. rT!i Jnt, jmt rcii iveii nn i lor iie tit Malison OUVJ liri....a . .ddiriif frei. lit. BLVTIIK &. IIOM.AMl. Dfi-t'in'MT 4. HIT. 5S-f Tl4iIroal Depot. ovi:k-wiioi;sV Cl 1AI K !in:i;iii tverli, ifnine n larpr 101 pi mn-a,vo-1UU .,)rn' and 1 -litldrrn' Met;illic Ov-rlioe, that me wnrrm lrd not lo li,Momi luud in n.ld w eillor, for al nl hllAHI'l.'S Hat und tn t..r. ien nf Uli! Mai hinl Pool. 51-y mssiiCA i io. rnllf. co pirtii. rfhip li-i toiore i-xwihb i iwern i .eorc Hmilli R 1 Nichol is Si ll i d.iy diPiiolvi-d. Iiiili.injpo i J 111. 10. 70 3wi. NICHOLAS PF.I.L. A V AU I KT V foraaie l.y A lliayr, SVITII JIANNA. TOatAütOS! IkfX IIOXKS irgim.i. Mwnri and Keutiifky 1 ulacciü,firiilft 0Tft W very lo by S. St W. MOOIIF.. m r m ke:ki:i. ALF Itairel No 2 for tale at lowent late. sMITM i. ITANNA. II EtAISINS. FF.W buie a-nl hail twxt west uiuv n ire,n uan.inn.jU9i l received an I lorsile by J. M. II UAMWKLI. & Co. ft 2 VFF.W Laud Warrant for sale, if application be mn.li 0111. 00 J. M. HKAMWKLL A. Co. OUWCil-S AM Ii.'IOXS. . . a . - -1 . 'lfl'ST receufd, and tor sak low , a ie w tut reu pi imnucan m- II aiiea and buiiom. whirh will b; ol l lo.v. Apply ut Hie city couftctioiury. ' 11 ... "J'J: r'iii 1 i,v 4; 1:0c: r.it 1 i.s. i: hae a l.irgn utock for sale, wholea.ile J''J"11 ,, NN citii5i'iiiHi:s. -a V llllLS extra fine cranberro . jiift rocived an 1 for :il by JJ 4 y I. O. I'F.AL, went si.te O. pot. l r AT C Clarendon, ft Neciom mry In tfii Willeme, jmt re Bf eeived by MUUHI SON in T A LllOTT , went U IJiowiuiif . I remliei 7, HH. Tl. U AUi:. VN artnienl for ialehy . ... St MAR llouneitnd nhniatton Moliiae, .1 ftrt rate article .fornal - f heap, tt M VIU'.W'.S ll-f 4. se iait. teÄffllI ,n'S N n Sl:ar, ben rtirlr. Just recriTetl on con Z H Psignuient and fr mir I v lb C. 'I K A I., w est s-iUJ'ep.d. If l!ST received, 7' ton Pn t-l.ircli Iron; ton kef do aworted fV N1.lnw slwh.Jeeile hy S. St W. MOORF.. M-T f (fC MIS Cotton Yarns, nstotted ; I.tKiO (ha naltlnt; '.00 Iba ,flMr rnd lev Ii-K ; for tnv hy K. A- S. MOOR K. M-r YIMIt ist). S - f. - s a SUN. Mlkl. ICH S - 5 w 1 o a S ' x r 2 MOON'S PHASES. 2 j : I H. M. H. V. H M. January; 1 2 .t 4 ft ß I 7 . ! ;,i ' First Qr. 3 2 0 M 7 R 0 10 11 1 J 13 j T 2? I 4 5H I Full M. H 5 12 E 14 lr Hi 17 1 Ii ,7 in I 5 i; Third 3r.lG 1 H M 21 '22 '.: Vi 25 2i 27 ' 7 y 3 14 I 2 4 2s 2'J W 31 i I First Qr.31 11 6 M 1 2 3 1 7 6 5 22 I 4 5 0 7 H l 10 j 7 o : 5 So Full M. 7 C 9M II 14 13 11 13 K) 17! f.. Si 5.! T'rJQr.H 10 2r K 1 Iii 20 21 22 23 21 j G 42 5 4tf N''w 'X- 2i 7 j2 E 23 2ü 27 2" ' I 1 ? 3 6 32 5. 'II1 FiMtQr. 1 0 2.3 F. 4 5 fi 7 H il 10;c2l 6 I l Kuli M. H 7 24 R II 12 13 U 13 It 17 I (j 0,t 8 j ThirdQr. 10 7 1 K H 19 20 21 22 23 24 j f, ;0 ' fi 14 i Nw M. 24 8 M 23 2i 27 2 2,.l 30 31 ; 4- ' 6 21 ' First Of. 31 I 2l M 1 2 3 4 5 7 1.3 4ii. 62H i Full M. 7 10 12 M February: Murch t .Ipril: 8 9 10 II 12 13 14l27!fi34 )S 10 17 H 1H 20 21 r, 17 ! G 41 ' Tl.ir,! Qr.l.i 1 30 K 22 23 2 1 23 20 27 - i j Nw M . "2 0 Hi r. i First Qr. 2ii 33 M 2'J 3 May : 12 3 4 1 59 6 55 ! G 7 8 i 10 II 12! 1 &: 7 I.FiiÜM. 7 1 29 M 13 II 13 IG 17 H liiH4ii 7 7 , ThirdQr. 15 4 22 M 20 21 22 23 21 23 2 ' 4 41 7 13 j N-w M. 22 1 50 M 27 2-1 2'J 30 31 I I . . . . . - I ' 4 17 7 1 j Urst Qr. 2rt 5 U t. Juni i - 3 4 3 6 7 H 1 , 4 -Ki j 7 22 ! Full M. 5 10 II 12 13 11 1 11 ' 4 35 ! 7 23 ! ThirdQr. 1 3 17 is 1! '.') y I 22 23 4 37 i 7 27 ' New M. 20 21 23 -J i 27 s! ..j 20 4 i 7 27 Fu st Qr. 27 4 40 F. I 4 46 K ; H 41 M 5 6 M 7 5 M l 30 M : 3 3; K I July 12 3 4 5 6 7 i t 43 7 Qtl r "11 M. . 8 9 10 1 1. 13 14 4 47 17 23 ThirdUr.13 13 1Ü 17 In Hi 20 21 4 53; 7 l'.l NV M. 19 22 23 21 33 2 27 26 ! 4 3S 7 13 First dr. 26 yj -in :ii I : 7 2H L August i .--1 2 3 4 3 5 7 I 3 6 7 H 9 io ii 3ii r. :h 12 13 11 13 Ki 17 H 3 17 1 f. A9 l 2 21 22 23 21 25 5 21 ' 6 40 2G 27 28 29 30 31 j i 1 1 3 30 ' fi 2!) 2 3 4 5 fi 7 H 3 : ; ü I 9 10 II 12 13 II 15.5 42 16 7 10 17 If lf 20 21 22 ' 5 49 ' A 36 Full M. 3 10 42 K ThiriMr. II 8 2tl M N.-w M. IS 0 20 M I Fi rot Qr. 25 11 4(i M Srptrmhfr Full M. 2 11 40 M ThirJUr. 9 1 17 E Now M. 16 10 21 M 23 21 23 2C y? 2. 2'J 311 I 0 3 I .r 6 5 53 5 45: First Qr. 21 5 46 M Octälrr i f. Ö 5 31 Full M. Q 0 21 M B 23 TLinlUr. H 7 34 F. 5 13 Nfw M. 16 0 3 M 5 4 Firt Ur. 21 I 43 M Full M. 31 11 37 M 4 :r, 1 4 49 :Thir.l Qr.7 2 45 M I 13 Nfiv M. 14 3 35 F. 4 ::9 F:it Qr 22 8 46 F. Full M. 29 9 47 K 4 30 4 3ti ! Thin! Qr. 6 1 15 F. 4 37 ' N-w M. 11 10 O M 4 40 Firtit Qr. 22 2 U F. I ll Va.l M. 2 22 M 7 h 0 10 II 12 13 C, II 1 1 15 I i 17 r 19 21 6 Hi 2 1 22 23 2 1 2. 2G 27 , 2 1 2S 29 3" 31 1 2 3 fi 31 4 A fi 7 X 9 10 , 6 39 1 12 13 I t 13 Ii; It fi 47 1 i yti i yy yn y l 0 33 2. 20 27 2s ai 30 I 1:7 a 3 I 5 fi 7 H ! 7 9 9 10 II 12 13 II 15 ; 7 II IG 17 I" 19 20 21 22 I 7 19 23 21 25 2; 27 2S 29 7 2 1 30 31 I Dtcfmbrn e.msa. roi.i cost rrici:. Arrivals :nil Departures of the i F.stkHH eioilily,nt - .... 51. M.j Arrivfnii:iiiy at ...... hA.M. i 'ic ihnti via Brmihrdle Cliwm MniJ:iy, Wt-Jm-ml i) , ! nml Frnlny . 6 1'. M. I ArrivmTuriiJiiyri, Tliur1:iti. aiul Saturday. C T. M ' Cicimati vi.i Lnrrtthurh CIim Tu-1nyH, '1 liuii- d.iyniiri.1 .itnil.i!, - - - 6 A. M. ; Arrivr Wrduri'.l.iy, Krid:i. au l Suiidaya, 7 I' M. Sot no ri i.i Muili-ort CIihwm dul!y, crjtt Sund.iy, - 6 A. M. Arrivr l tily, -pt Ju ml;i v., - - 2J I. M. j LcivtwoRTM vm lHwwiinftDHi'lHKt' Mund ijf ' d- li"Hi iy-i und Ffid n, Arnvrn TiiHsxt.i) c, l'liiiiit.i n, and Satui.!u n, AVi.. i i:li ft vl. 'rrrf iic 111' I..l ly Anlvr d nlv. Moih;iimi -t'lonTi.t-nd.iy and Frid.y. - Aflivri V-iliimd-iy, mid S.iuucl.iy , Chawi oiiP'vn i.i -I'd duly, fxript Siimi.iyü, AtruJ d idy, "r-ii Sund Hsi. I.ti4Vi:iii. v i:i wHi,n-( liwrs Tu -l.i and Friday , - A'livrti WI nd .i , int. I Ffid.iy, Nditiiu n 1:utnHt i,'l" Moiid.iyii, WfdnMiIa) ii ml Fiiil.i), Arriv- Tin !v,Tlnird.i),!ind Snttird:iy , CnttTii i.k.O., vm Hii.rhrtrr, In. I !o--s oil .Mind;iy and Friil. ih. ...... An iv" Turul a und S t ur d.i , ... Petti ton ei i s TliHrd.i, t r I ' W'fdiirilni h, ..... 1'tBL' Vl.'l Hri'iai i''V t .'UiHI'm Tll!id.iyil, A rnvrn l'tid.n , h''w"p.'.'m. .V.. y 1 . 1 l. f.. HI '.N I. AT C A. M. 4 I". M. A. M. ä r. m. 7 A. M. : i'. m. r- A. M. 5 I. M. 7 A.M. 6 l M. 7 A. M. 2 I". M. 7 A. M. r. '. m. 6 A. M. :i r. m. C. . M. 4 r. M. r. m. MADISON AftD llIA Al'OI.IS K A I IjKO.I B. 1 n .vri'H .iRiu.vnuuHVT. ON and after Mond.iy, net. ti, I8H. Iii I'aHMeiiBfr ear will, Intvr M;idinon and lndiaiiiixili daily , ;Hiinduy excepted,) ae fiJIim h, viz : 1-nve Mdinon at m iiVIm k. A.M., and arrlv In lndninopr.il at ( tu ml I I'. M. f.,lnvf ln(tianaHili at SnVlork A. MMnnd nrrivi in Madlmn, at ! atM.nt 1 V. M. I Frriglii traina run d uly leaviiiK Madmon and IndianoMdit at 5 ; oVIockA.M. i All Freie hi furl li Northern Station mimt be alt he depot at Madion bv 3 oVIork , to 11.4111 e it" Imune lit t lit tfiirreedinedxy. Msy.l-I-. Hl tf JOHN mtorC.lt. Stip't. a ocTS Itenlar laek l Line tt?tt?C 1IAI)1S() TO C:iriNKATI. in ciinntTitiiri una uiz ai. 11 iwmimmi. . . ji . . w r-... ' 'V IIK new aivl vpkndid Reamer WISCONSIN. T.T.Wright,! .Master, will 1m v Ma tisou every Monday, H dneaday, nnl , Friday, 011 the arrival of the enrg at imlf pa.t one o'clock, I'. M., iitiil will lenvu eiiii-innatl every l'ucisdav , Thum lay and Saturday at 12 o'clock, M. " j MADISON UFLLF. will leave Madison every TutH.lay,Tliur ! d.iy . and Siturd.i at It o'clock, '. HI., ami will leave I iiirimmti j every Monday. We.lnemlay . and Friday, at 12 o'clock, M. i PawngiT coming in rutin cars willliml it jrreatly to the Ir nd j vantatretd take this line of boati, at they run alwaya l.efurnih- d with a go'xl Mate room. l i, in eoinniK fcim I'inciniiati, and i all intermediate port, lo take the rare, they will find thia linn j the cheapen, as they ran remain on board all night free of charge Teefli i:lraclel without I'uiu. IlltS. YOST V IXl'TOX. ' . r 11... . .. 1 .u. 1 Tu 1 1 . 1 n v i u 1 1... fit Iti'iim of k . . - . ?. -.'i.l . I . - I- I Indianapolis una icuiny, uiuiiie pumic in nu mi, u ho iiijv uili their aeivice. to tri ve ihriu a call. One or both will b. in citit.'iit iiudmein to w ait on Ihoeewho may thu favor them ; vtMni may eipect nil operations lu-atly ex ecuted wit!i en at r uitf aiul i;l. len.iinir. Filing nnd Insetting on I'ivot, done inthcmotap proved ut) k, aiul w ith the hot ot inatrri i. Spots, tui.'M und hli taiscs icinoved without any injury what ever. ... AUo, Te lb nre iimrrt.-.l on hue Rol l plates (none other neing ued by them) by atmospheric: prci.Mire,or with clasp or Fprinps, Dthurae may ri jin ie, Innii mm 10 any ueMreu nuiuuer, wnu or without 0iif 11I Ku:n-1 . . 1 Ohtura'.oi' or mririci.il p:i'nte inserted 0 ato r ktore the apeech ' to its natural cbarn.-R. bein- conn ructed entiiely .f tine gold, and ue.itlj lilted to the mouth as to cjukc no inconvrnieiictt whiitevrr. , Scurvy and nil other diseases of the Hucal cavity treated w Ith proiniit caie and u cure warranted wheie. their direction ate fl- J Ijwe.l. , All work wncr.iiittil of 8 K"d mater ial, n well done and a bi a price clurged for it us that done by any other Demut iu the ( Wil. Oihce opposite the Palmer House, entranre on lllinol street. January U, l-4!. C7 i: istirii and Cinciiiiiali I'iitlier. Hpnriili and In. wlo l.eailier Sealing Nkini riiiludrlplu.i calf klii; HiMk no I Slme Morocco ; l.'pjier leather ; Ihndinj nnd lining skins ; Fancy .Mi.r-cco ; ItiMit Weiit.iiig ; hbo 'I bread ; Peg, and ailkindsol shoe fnidlr.p ; Pad ükuis ; Fnncy Plush ; V.'orsted W'el.b ; Fancy do; Sirnimnp do; Wilson and Hrover' Whip ; Japanned Pi idle tlittn; Pnlihed Pradtmiia ; Saddle and Haine Needles; Harnes I-rnMier ; Hilk nnd Thread, 3lC, ttc. AUo, a laipe aHtirlmeiliif dry RoKl.queeiisVBte nnd laiwiire, tiinbvnre and Cible rnllery, car;eiitf r' and roopein' tools, paint, ln-e, shoe, and iinlinR brushed, star nml auinmer pieaaed candle, lin-eed ami tunnels' oil, u ml n fine nortment of French wine nnd liquor, cider, vinejr.ir, etc. He ie?;ectful!y invite tlte public lu Ren enl to r.illand examine the good, which will be nold, nt the lowest i' n,f..r ciifli tir cuiii.tr y piod tte. JI'I.IC'S MCOI. Al. ' Ti door west of Cuita'a Hotel. SI1EM 3.1 HIS! 1Us T received, a v ry lare lot of Co i net in Ai. I'o V Card I.: of the latest on 1 be-t Jtl. suited to parlor, chamber, nl'.i V Card Lamp a aa . rar or. ciiamner. oiucc or store t ulko n v iritvof k.t. lien or hnid lard lumo. with any onan'itv of nito' nl.'iin cloi is: dIhi rhiiiuicv s lo tit all kind of !.imps.i,ll of u hu h will be sold at Philadelphia prici s ; tl- public ;w i'lVitr-d lo rail a d price the l.-mp tun! see it they are i.ot Kr below uny tl.lii in tlir nwirket, dt ihe jewc'.ry stole ol" l.'-v tJuurnnl copj ) W. II. TALHOj 1 tlunti tv.. Iniiiyr ii your l-nim'! osti:iisv ri:sn nsii, äajtIi:, äc, Kceutail) scr i d up it the C 1 T V S A I O O Nf Nenrlv opposite t!,e SnuinclOdic Indianapolis, Indiana. 0-. t .1 Ijit. .1111 Tppirinin i .1, !-. PVTI I'MI'VK I1..I. 11 tvle. 1-4 .direct irn nor manurac'iireil to iTdr'r. jut reeeivrd.aH'jRJ 10 "Ä Imotids. Cassia, C love, & c .. for sab flow. F.W CROP Ktii'ln l t V"V". ALHAKAC Volume 1 V:::u::::: :: Number 73. BOOTS AND SHOES at viiom;sa-m; ad hi; tail. IVF.RV variity of stv le and quality of Hoot and Shoe, nelect J ed wilh ureat rare fiom tliemost aproved manuf.ctoiies, and well adajded to the City and Country trade, t otitiistunj of Ladies Uaiiem, half Oaiter nnd l!iiUin, do Kid Un-kins. Tie and Clippers, A beautiful article of LaJie' hih cut Kid and Gott walking Shoes. Custom Made. Mines' Bootees, Buskin and SÜppors, riiililren "hoe of every variety and style, (('.atlrniCxTi line Call sewed and pegged Doott, do pegg-d imitation sricli do do pump, and halt welt do do heat y water proof d do fine lloat, Seal and drained do Boy' Calf. Kip. Oout an I Thick Uo Youths' Boot ol all t) le, J.VX) pair of Metra Kip B-ogans. 40f pairs Mi ii'i Calf nnd Ooat Broani, J'.'t'O pairs Boj' Kip nnd Coarse Shoes, I'.'.O i.air Strap Over Shoes. Also a ereat varjetT of La.!ies'Culf Uoat, Morocco and Boots, Strap Siior, Uih Biii'ins and l ies. Misses' Boots and ßi.oe of all kin.ls. Chi! ben's do of every price and style. The above named (iood of eiihei Kantern rtimufacttire or city make, rte kept constantly on hund, and cheap lor cadi. All goods warrented. Hips mended gratis, riease cail and etomine. J. K. SIIARPE, 5 Sign cf the Gilt lint and Boet. X7aui. iflUAULES MAY CK jut came to town with a most erdendid B'rtinent of Notion. Toy, troe-rie. Confection, et cet. tee advertisement. He invites the folks in town, and olo those who vi.-lt the pbice to ri'll and examine hi stock of good., which in variety, quality nd price cannot I e 'ccl ed any w here. He in selling tl.e most ol Iii goods ch. apr th.m he ever sold them be. fore, n h boti jiit them ;t i.sronisl.intr low prie s ; i.r rhii-tmn and .New Year day be i especially well liied 1'Ii-as evamine in stock ot ood., even if ou don't r.t to t'in.a it u ill be a pliauie to jou to look at them. CHAIM.Ks MAY KU, 60 Otipo.ite Terr.pt i. Mie llall. 'ii:ii, 'roh:ic4, ami Iim. " OVKHS of a Rood mtde, if you nm.t to smoUe an cslia fine A I'l iriCipe, or a hi.'hly flavored Kegnlia, ju.t Mepin.&nrt you Will be fervi d w itli the bett ciar, w Inch can be imiioite l a!io, if you want a trood clnw, I have tx ellent Toli.-if. o 1 every flavor. Jii.uo i improved r-p imsIi ci-aiH t-X liidcrrt t.raud , liui.liiHi best h;ill par.iKh do ; ftn iHiO American do ; r.(l p.ij-ers hiQh'y flavored cut an. 1 dry TuikisU smoking tob. ; 150') " Amerbnn cm und dry to'mcco ; o0 bone Dirjinia chein tobacco, of various t.rnnds, straw berry, cavendish, lady'. tvit. ponnl lumps, ive and i ijjli'l pout 1 hi'iips, ho..eydevs , tiinlrf 1, railrcaj, kc. M0 ptiper l.ood win'n preved thewiug to! acco ; .'.i ll HodiiiQiin's do do do j SOOtl tote pipe ; 4 boxes white clay pi pel; t dor. Herman t.i ! ; Jut received a ud fur s.ilo by the subscriber at Ihe lowest prices. CH MILKS MAY EH, 50 Opposite TeinjieriTice H ill. 'I y sT iv ÖT s o r S, Ar. POZ I.pathi i D'dN, nf all ie ; 3l' 'oZ wi IbdL.of Irl Me; 7 1'reneb Acrm .loonx , 1 1 .mi SI 7.1 to ?1'2 00 ; l.'tii I i- tin. ui Acc.it deo::, lnmi .'il ccdst $.", IH ll.iti lroi.l Ii Ci.nl to "i ; .'J I iticv toe If. "Hl AU e ilts t-l ?ö ; in i do, j. .u i. Von.- in. I pbiteii stud, l.itc.t Fi i nch fro-hion ; '.'.'I Vio in-, Irom -i n tits r. $'i ; ." Iiin i. i Irom in cH to ; to s wis rmisie tioxe;. j l i'ltr ynnk ? doi!le, t ect hone ; U do. China tny of iijtb rein p.i'.ler:; ; TO do, b.lb bi':.r'. eil ; ti In. ox marrow ; 'i: .10. ' ' kh" ml ; And n irood tin-iv ott er i rticle of this dect ipllin too ntirneroui to mention, iut ieceive.1 uud lor ule Terv low . bv I'll AU I. KS MAYKR, .Vi ()j j o-iic Tempi-rr.ticr Hall. tiliiii, I'i-tol-. mill l:li.l K'uCli'l) . s fllO I' i .us at 1 a lece ; 15 do Ht ; a pie.: ; It ix tiirrl ItevoU er : J i p:iir i'.otrde bai rrl Pistol ; IMl xin:M.' barrel pisto Iroin cents lo $ I apiece ; 1 .V m i Wosti nbolm's tin an 1 pocki t ki.ivt I mi in 5Uctsto J ; H0 pool knive ditVerenl hran )S and pnetein ; Also, balcl t r kms-es, table cutlery, pocket knives, shoe knives, iciust received and lor ale very low !) the snbscrller. I Tt AH l. KS MAYRIl, 3D Oppoit Temperance Ila'.I. ntims! nti irs: bi:i us: lC UOXF.S new Malia KnisitiSi , 10 hi boxea do do tut ; 35 ijrtr d do do i I ki'-r Znnte rurant. ; 1 l.rl fJei man prtiuca ; " boxes citroiiH ; 1 ln Vt rinactty or iVuUhc Nudeln ; 10 dt nm.raii.in without ee.N ; 3 )0l'- French prunca in fancy iari ; 1 :e-kel D.iti- ; 5 I oxr 1". Tiistc ; IS Ju i he n?t ; 4 !rl rolt bell .1 Almondi I Ü t'rl paper .hi lied dv; ; I hi l fillbert ; I M l l'ea'iott ; I In 1 rri nn nutte ; I brl Pecan ; I ttl F.nglisli walnut ; 5 In I eii'Miut ; ii hrl niii.iU kolt uliclled Hick 25 lium Turkey fiR ; ory Nutn ; Just received and lor nale. ut the lowcM prices, by FIIAULF.S MAYER. 50 iiof;r,iiii:s : f A UAdS prime Km Collee ; o i)0RI, java do ; 3 chests heM I inperial Tea ; 4 Vount? HvJon do ; 3 (lunjiowder do 20 brl bi-t N.O Sujiar ; 10 !rN relined do do , 5 hi ts loaf Mitfr ; 4 brls crutdied do; 4 brls jiowdercd do ; 6 bag pepper ; Oppoit Temperance Hal ;koc;i:kii:s t CO lb cloves ; I I brl cinirr; .VI tMeii ta:loH- candlee ; 121 " eteatine do; 20 mar do. : i " sperm do ; 25 " roin oap j ; l soda soap ; 3 " caxteeUoap; 6 half times almond soap ; 5 brls b. II. tnolawii j I l.rl noblen fcyrnp ; 7. Iht rinnamon : 10 brl N. O. molaipea 4 Juit received and for sale by the subscriber at the lowe.t prices. CHAULES MAYEIl, ',K flpponjte Tempernnre Hall. :oiifeef ionerie iiml Firs Vrl4. r.Afl LIJS akortd l.anöy ; OVJyj o(mi Iii fuicy Candy ; 23 U s pilt kinM s; J( 0 lbs French do j 25 lb rrncking do ; 130 lb sweet do ; 7.1 lb fi un To) c ; 10 I' n .hell do ; fiOO iiere candy teears; Wl I!. u hite nigar toys ; 2. do, cough candy ; Ii 1I117. strawberries ; 25 ties Canion fire crac kera ; doz rockett, dilterent alzea ; J. dor. Komnti candles, do; '.'5 do pin wheel, do ; 25 Ibaenyeiiiip Lor.engce ; l doz. iras.hoppers, do ; lull rori-iveil lin .1 lor tale low bv ihe subscriber. " " ' . - . - 1 - ............ a t' r.n I 1 1 A 1 I. I. JIAlf.IV, r() Opposite Temperance Ha'.l. rni:si:itvt:s. IU sii,i:s AM) DOZ iiickb in quart j r , I i U. tomato cat-mil ; yäv 3 do, assorted pickles in ht - doz. walnut do ; gallon iar ; I do. intilnotiii do: " iio. ass'ied do in one gal. jars ; do rasp'.eriy s ' "P i 1 doz pickled onions in qrt jars, ?' jar aMi ted jellies ; '.iloxiN:ciiPsin hjuor; , III j irs assorted preserves: do. Lottie pep,H r suuee ; I 0 keU ot a. ted pickle ; o io7. brandy cheirie; I 5 b. sritr.-. in t.n cannters ;o Just received and for sa!e at very r " JV' U!1-1' U" M V V F U 1 Opposite TemMT8n-e Hall. C:iiM ilrtTrSsHiwiUs :,SI1 i:"kfif. C LttS Western itcserve 15 bi I butter cracker ; ti,UUU t'heef ' brls water do ; IjCUI'-s dried bee! of excellent! ÜbibJ Hosten do; quality ; i abi'sioua do; 13(H) I' s Bo osrna Sausage ; I " 1 w eet do ; Just rtreUed and lor sale very low '.y, ,n (ljpoite Tr mperai.ee Hall. IoiVltr, SIiol, 'u.S I:K - a K KFU5 best quality of iVk ( split ti' tu d il I) Cap ; IJ SU u. ft. Pi.tvder: ioooo Vallei' ci;isin tin boxes i .V ba Shot of till siies ; otm II bar Lead ; 2VKld JiU S 11 i p ; Just received und lor sile very 0 do, powder liatkf. allaizts t low l.y t be stibM'i iher. "CHARLKS MAYER. OpjHisile Tt mpcrbuce Hall. 5D riSll! st'lSli ! riSBS! n 11 VF. nvi ived ditet Irom Do? ton the fellow ii.p splendid lot M of fi.1i . which me nil l;cij c.iu-iu nun 111 p. . i-,i lirl No t Mackerel ; t.u loe miokeil Hen incs : jo it'll No :i io ; 1; hl I lis o '2 ib ; 1 '. 1 f in o :i do ; I .'i n lbs smoked Halibut ; .'mill .sCi.dii.-li : ! 1 do cans l.ohster ; r tjrtr brls No 5 d i!o ; i brl Tttncue end SonnJs ; Here 1 s Salmon. 00, tiris .o . no " 1 .1 .... L l.-d lit rrinir : .IV . I . - . Th-v w ill be so d at th; lowest rrice. wholeale or retnil. by 1 n ' CHAUI.KS MAYKK, ,j0 Opposite Tempernnce Hall. HIM! VIXi:S! M'lsUKS: tiavr. 1 rceived direct from New OrleMi the following spien 1 1 did lot of Win-, which are no dru. but of direct imiortation : 4 octarine sweet MhIhR ; " Tr Cüvks Pott ; S rtrtr casks Muscat j tjr cK w nur trtuini .inj 2 dot Champagne of the Lett 3 half l l,'S Madeira ; . 4 nrtr csks S.nr-rpe wmc ; brand imported ; 3qrircusk bheiry. 1 eak lioriieau iiart -. ; ti,. u ;ii tm s.il.l ut the lowest prices, by CllARLF.S MAYER, ,p Opposite Temparaoce llall ß V (J II AI'MAXS iV Sl'A X X. 07" The Stntt' ri'Mitincl will tot.iaui n tiiut.!i lircr 1111 . ant of reading tnatter. in nil swImi-i-i nf fent i a 1 interest, than any other iiov p;nj-r in Irdiana. 'vim si:.ui-wc-:i:tiL.v :. N i"il'.:sliOil cvi'f V tli.r s.i.i v :nil it i.nl ty , air' iluri'ig th! st-iim f t!ic I.ci'at'jre, lhr-e lime? r. r.e!;, on TiiCsilnvr. Tln:r.sla', Cid S i!Uiti i V, M Four D -'.'itrs a yur, pnyibie Jt. .tys in nilaLce. Is i)iibii.!io(l every Tl.uixhv, at ''. . lPi-'li,$a yrcr, al'.vtivs t'i l'' ''.'liJ in rti! am'. 5l In advance u ill jny lor mx :ri..mlis. IVr.-' v, ret.iilhr g sill in al-.:;..':e, free S n-c, si. nil h ue ihre. ecj.i. ;f tl.v :cti. Y. rtly i.e yiar. Ä'Jwill payl rsi m.ivtl.. :;.J m!4 -iwi.j.- l! char"d f r t!io Tri-Wi.eklv, arm ruttt for ti.e Weekly, during t - piiat:ve eet-i'. . ADVERTISEMENT w:II bo rtvcrtn! three tics at 5 1 a square of uiiHit lines, and ho c r.tiutied ut t! rate of twenty hie cenis a vqunre tor ach crimiinral insertion. Quarterly nd.-trtiseincnts, per fiquare, All ndvertie-einents fr.itn abroad musl braccomja nifd hi the casht t no attention .v ill bo piid to them. 07"Pi8tnr:e must be paid. ltriti.!i lei iodic il LitrrntlM C. VAl.VAhU: PREMIUMS TO XF.H' SUBSCRIBERS. 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' For tln mi I j 11 r .".!vii".i: . i ,t tw.tir uV ' scrdn. rv, w e 1 .ij mi 1:i ;c n cohm.! r iti-vi. th. t v e rti.ij ccrii'l J le I to i.-iUe the pu.e ol tin- V. .i.'i. i ; 1 -. Tr.rit!te w e repent ' s-i'. ; . ri')j -t. In Ic ic ui' N ' ' j Hi nt. ti.mre. : n .1 r..m tn v nie . t i. .us sboui l be always eddre-ed, ! ..it' ... , I ir 1 I.L . 1 111 II f 1 i'ii 1. r ' 1;.' I.F.O.NAKP 511)11' V CO.. 7) Fulf n s?., Vevr Yort. iö TiT rT va it i gins. TW F.W arrangement having Wn bh!c ut our rstfMishn.r-i.t we would pt iiot cethat our c. i ud .vc . m. 1 cjiLi:s, After a thorjush lepuir, uli w t.ard,k .. ure now ady tso run. Tlo-y are in the h in.Kor V . . I'.i linn nnd I.aiide ,v !; ar e)ii in tt -r 1 1:1 ih - w l;u.- 1 iiu, of d-.iini;. pinninp, Vi ,ii in-; mi. I Matui!.iv in m . ill all the ariou t 1 ar.c h. ol b . -nets, rijiin. I, Jeaiif. IHiiket. loo 1 Ich-b. c. Tin: Fvu.Lya .vu.l I in excellent order, and r.-oi.try work I finished rtt bort notice un l in I Mvte, uf every color Silk. S itu , tiaw Ir, Uf t.'t-.r.ul :iin nres t'uii in n I. tvi Im-n fad. J or j0t:d,r eo'oied an. I made as ht i;'ht n- iew. iHTJi iililST Ml I.L I iu excel lent condition .;m I 11 11.'. r the I-hlU o Mr. John CK tk. I'rif w eit k i1' 'i" ; t '101 1 m i ice. and n-i coo l 'urn on' w !rri.r t 1 ne troni any mill in fie county. Klont et c lin .tie.t all tinia wb.eti w iihed. The biihevt pure in f nsl p .11 lor Whs.i. To thKe of our ctiionii 1 s who Iii eon 1 r near ho Micbiijau Ro:il. wel.erehy irive parr u'jr retire, t but the ii.'i tr.tlovet il river i fo e for fill ctimii, to null or to the Cm dmp Maclnr u ! have made an tigemeiit w ith Mr. A . WiUon, ihe j rup'te 'r. to that efT-ct. Remeiiiher, nil wi n eon.i to on r e.tnl li.hrrir.t w ith Wool or 1; rut 11. come KHK. F.. The mill 1 once tg m m our ow n h inds, an I t- hope by nMenlion to the w nt.t of our Cn.ijm. ei t merit a shaie of piitroime. We have also Just put in op. oralem a .v:w SAIV MILL end are cirinR a hich)ri ein ca.h for ??w -logs at all timet. Hawinj done on shine. We evi fely recommeiid our etihllVmer.t to tl.e public for destiatch and attenlioti, nnd will ensure intislnction . 1 NATlf.1Vr.RT. Miv 5. l4. Kr. y Cl'O. F. WF.H1 . vi i: vv.i TiiAX i:v r.xii J AM I S Sl;l.r.KO F. re'per'fii'ly nm iirrr fo tua otl rul -liner and the politic, that he 1 .! ti 1 tinned to aril ar tide In hi line of htime a ch,' a t!i- can le sohl hw anv other rj.n!l..l;liienl In ln''iti.l I'ein.e itiwrmtof Sadit.tt, Uridtri, .irafit of nil kind, Saddle utid t'uitt liapt, 7WC H Ai,ornny ailicle in hi line, are leque:! lo rail aod see hi as aorUtieiil. Now m.inulirtiiilrc, a lot t f fM Spanitk Saddlti , serf iiK-ricr itiele. Alan. jut letened, aaelect lot of Stirrilp. Tires. Hush, Webb Trace ('li.iins, llurkle. Haine, A.c., II of whb li will hr at ld f r a very atnal I advance 011 cil. At Ida old et.md, two door east of Mtrl dilti Ireet. I udi:tnppo!t. Wb'at and other kind of merchantable piodure w ill t e lereivr d tt market price in payment for any of the alcove article 71 "ivo 1 tri 1 in 12"" c L r oi', On Dol-iwaro sirrl, ttiith off Iii Court UoiiM Sii:iio, Iiiiii.'iiinpoli. AHN KR SMI ITr comi I ntei.t to Maota cus tomer and the public generally, and would Inform I hem that be ha made.uch arranien-eid at will enable him to keep a constant supply of the rhotrcHl jratne of the aeon .auch aa laaie and wild Turklea, lieee, lurk,Cbickena, Ft, Uutter, 'e ettble of every kind and dectiiion rartlea fur- 11 if lied. Familie purchasing ran havetheir goods delivered In any part of Ihe city flee nf expense. A. 8. hnoea by Uriel attt ntiotJ buinet to secure a I ileral piironagej lX4f ii:Kir iiii:i öici: tiii: ii;oi-i.i:," f fllll T J. M. Dramwell at Co.. at Norwood's correr opposite the IL l'a.m-r lloue. 011 Washington ami Illinois streets, in ihe City Of In lifinapolis. have a lare and well aelected stock cf Dry Getdt, Oroctrim, hue Sra, .y'r'. e. llntt. ,Vi7 4r.. which they are selling a gfeatty leilio eil p lcefoi Cash 01 approved country pto duce. Think tul tot -it favors, we l ope bv cnretul attsmionto business, by constant' r kee;.in(r on band a pood stock of Gmvds, adapted to the w ant of our customer, and hy s llmg them at the lowebt Msihle prices, to meiit a lileral sh ire of ctiatom. C3 t'otloii :iiiI Vol Inrhiiir 'ars. f PIIF. subscriber, thankful lor the s cry litiri al patronage he La received for the Ut twelve yeais from Ms'intuCturera S' d Ca'der of the We't, wn ild now I'iform them tlitt he I at on hand, and wi'l be receiviog the present winter, a good ussi rtment ol Ma rinr Oirrf, ma mi tact 11 red at l.nrtrlrr.Mmnrkrttit nli h will ti w firr-inted in evety particular. Mid so'd t .'im innati prices, With th. freight t.d.led. Alo, T i-ks, I'morv and Comb td.ite. A. VII. LARD, No. ., ClnlUth' Block, opposite I'tlmrr Uous. J antmry 7, 1 M7. f. i nTiiriTr c:o.s &ma.o i oirn. rfi,H I'. suhrritier In j ut received from T. (I ilhert L. t'o.'s 1 eie at brited linif.ii toty, llonion, ."la.,two I'm ro Fort a ; ore of vvhii Ii 1 n heniinfiil .iir Cvraer, Rotnrvcd C'aw.w ith an.l.ollnti Atlitt hinerit. They ;re w nrranted 111 every purucuUr. and are otlered for le for cnh , al the M.tntioirturer' ware tot.m price. Iran fit nih to older, Irotn the une estabtHlnnent , I'mumuI every descrij lion desired, on the aiuitt lerms. A. il. WII.I.ARD, Aug. 1, 11 H. 'J.l No.A.Oiithth'ebltM-k .opixue llniel l!oie. i ' I J III V LO LT I ! mV t. TF. AL Co i!tnisioii and Pioduce Metchnnt at tbeRsil H y Depot, I prepared to ifive linoral ndvanees on ro.icnrpei. ot Hour ; mul will insure the hif i-.t market pri- e lor all -U hir- to se'l nnd to forward. M ill. ft. an I others havinff four s.nt to th-s ..int lor shipment or sjle. woutd d.iwrl! to e l im t-f te roi. sie;niii!; iheir tiour. tit ptvipurtu utiir anmUontc rkis -aiart.r Uitohr,Jn. " 3?-tf i)Uitt:?s Imit-Tovcsl I'atfiil mihi I autl iivii(iik .iiiiriiuii". r"nllE ubrcril er hav mir r" " '"ie.l c f Robert V.. Deoif ey, T, O- hi rl l.t to llif State of ndi...ia in the alHve, w i!l rtmtinue to nianutacture the mr.chi.ie irdiancpolis. and will warrant them to ptifonii I titer th in o'.h'-r iii.ci.iiii. t.f i'.e kind now in ese. The-e nre about two hunnte.l sol l in d i.l. rent part of the State, eivinff ihe utmost atib" iion. Order lor machines must bo ad drrsseM THOMAS R. CASK, Indianapolis, lad. C0y m r 7 K mi. iin e ll the all. litkMi -d tu: p j'.dic to our larjre atock of Itt ll.ii'l; lhirt bun a-id eii t ! i) , all ii.n'.i'd to keep (rood time, or no .le. Thev are a trin h bitter article than those sol.I hy pedlar. We o:'Vr ilu m ut iuik h esa prices. Ckll ati l see thdil. Slot e oppo.'.te Üiowinii's. tl V. II. T ALROTT. if! i ts I v ii. I . y ri:ini ilvrs. VrcORDF.ONS of nlliire and pri-ei. Flute. Flageolet. an J Fife-, plain and extra keyed Flute. Viotini, and Violin triers, all of which will be ol j Rl percent on cost, to cc.e tl-eiii out, byV. llTAL OTT. M tf c" iVn "iVilTx i:iis : Tl L'ST opened, a fine assortmentol Cornelius &. Co.'s latest stj ! alp ff'ira joror caudle l uini ts. in t ir, w ith out. two or tt ree burners. They aeleei-lediv the bati.i:4mest ar.d mo.t fahior.aMi Ciitidle staul now In use; the) Will e oll al g'ratly reduce pricfOiv W. H. TALbOTT. (Jou-ni Ico, J It4IUiAl.S AUF. to be lounj In the way of cheap Dry (loods at DRAM WF.LL k Co.'s. .Norwood's rorncr.orposiu. tb Talmer llousa IndlanKli. Oi Am tf ' .