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Some of the newspapers nro very merry over Lirnt. Lynch' report of his exploring expeili tion to the Dead Sea, Fnyinjj that ho prrtcruk to hae brought home eom Hpfciincna cf the salt into ninth Lm'ii wife wnj turned at the den'ruction of Sod nn nnd (iocuorrah. The Lieutenant has brought lioiiu? sorrm spevimeiiH from a large rock cf salt, mar the Dead Sea, which vmic editors have called Lot'ji Wife. Thnt'd all. And what if he lind aid that h.ss rpecnncu.t were pieces of the identical pillar of salt into which .Mrs. Lot was transmuted! Wo defy any My to prove the contrary, and therefore regard the Lieutenant's statement a- rom1 o any adverse testimony. All C hristians nnd Jews and IWahome dn admit that Mrs. Lot was changed into a pillar of t?alt, ns a punishment for her impertinent curiosity, and so changed in siiil.t of Sod 'tn and (lomorrnli, wlin h oecupied the present tiff of t!.e Iead Sea, and could be Fern at the bottom of it, if the water were clear enu!i. .And several traveller!, trirjiuiing i o cocke. Maundrell and Volnev, ay that plenty of fos- eil salt is found in that region. The Arabs directed Mnintlrel! to a bbck, which t.'iey pronounced Lot's w ife ; an abortion that he could not contradict, be cans' he could not ascertain from any other testimo ny, whether it was tho lady or not. S.i he let the eiory pass, wisely concluding that these Arabs knew as much about it as anybody else. And why should they not? They were on ihn ground, in the very place where the thing happened. Volney says that th Arabs pointed to peveral large blocks, as the re mains of .Mrs. Lot, Mr. Lot, and the two young la dies. How Mr. ami the two Misses Lot became Ilms preserved, we know not, for ancient history is silent on the subject. Put as all three cuf some queer capers together somi after the fire, ihe old gen tleman gotting corned, ami the young ladies getting into a pretty yick'e, the whole family must have been rather hardened, and certainly ought to have pone t'zthtr ; and therefore we do not wonder at their reaching posterity in a state of preservation, as point ed cut to Vidne) by the Arabs. And Volney did not contradict them, tor he considered all this quite a credible as anything else which the Arabs told him about the Lot, and the cities nt the bottom of the Dead Sea. With all this testimony, how can we Iauh at Lieutenant Lynch for discovering a Nrge stock f fnpsil salt near the Dead Sea, or at any of the editors for insisting upon its being Lot's wife If it be not Lot's wife, whse wife is it! Can vou answer this, Messrs. Skeptics ! If you cannot, you must ad mit that it is Lot's wife, for one story i always good till another is told. The whole difficulty about L"f s wife originated in the ignorance of natural science of those who trans lated the Pible in the reign of James I. They were learned grammarians and theologians, profoundly skilled in Hebrew rooln ami lireek particle, and in t!,e metaphysical thmlogy cf the Fathers, nnd the learned coiniji.-iitarirs f tlie Monk-. Put of naturul science, nr of the social condition of antiquity, they kn'.v about as much as the New Hollanders. Thev have twisted an nllegurical account of a vol- ennic eruption, and the destruction id' cities by it, into tht? history of n single family; and they hive - mistaken for htimm beings, the figurative personifi cations of natural raupe nnd their consequences, by the Hebrew writer. All the writings of oriental antiquity abound in metaphor ami ullegory. The Midd'e and Sinthern Asiatics of the earnest ages were precisely like their descendants at tho pretent day, and indeed lik all tribes in a primitive condi tion, highly poetiral. Whoever doubts this can read the Pa!uit, and liien to the tales of the modern Arabs. JJoth are figurative, metaphorical, allegori cal, and the IValms sublimely s". Now let in iro To philolov. Lot is th" et of tr-mn lot metw rr.in ormvrrh nr hit Irring of : 1 ahn covorod, coi ab d; nnd H iran ; means a mo-inJam. All this means that rosin, or j bitumen, U concealed or covered lay trie mountains, nnd c3ue the bitterness of the eon. Thi; is a tole rable, correct peolojricra deecrijitioti of the Dead ea nnd its urmundin conntrv. Hut what- is Lot's wife! The lady's name is not given in Genesis or , Jofiepluis, and therefore ehe can borrow no lint from ttymuh 'ry. Put her relation with Lot may aid in the polution of thi salt. Alarriafre means union, connection, rtv ciafion, and this pillar of salt is Lot's wife. In constituting a characteristic of the Dnd Sa and the frurroundir j eoutitry, salt is joined, untied, connected, asoeiited with rusin or bitumen. Hosin l!oi8 from the inountains, salt is united with fnrm n pillar, column, or rnound. The 1 end Sea mi'jht be produced by the inliin of a portion of T lie f firth's crut. n vnl"nni phi nnmormn nf which abun dant evidence is found in pcvrnil jnrts cf tho earth. In the cnr.fiagratiiiri. Lot lld tt Z mh. ar.d Zonh inenn" littl, email, a pmnll place. The bitumen flowed from the mountains tu the bed or cavity of the lnke, a sumll place in comparison with" tlie surround in jT country. Sodom menns cement, nnd probably inanrj that the citizens of the plain used bitumen ns cement fur their hr-usea, a purpo-e to which it is'still nniil f.l t i l rrv r r r I. mnnna raKrkl 1 1 1 ill J ri d n v Tnco it. and both cause the bitt. rnes of the sea. In a ;" V - i voh an c eru:tion, the eigm of which are induhitable vln lak"'& ft ucgtern ,,rfu:k . in that re-ion. f .1 salt was thrown vP from the Tor jotne caii to us unKnovvn, d-erten the company plains, or rut of the mountain, in a fluid condition, 111 "f1? , i.wles eH,t of this, living and flowed onward till .toPd bv conlmg;and once l6S U,a"7 0 ,lai'-f Jnrn; a!las ? in Mopped, it would ,erve as a toundntimi upon which charge of the two bdies. he trio reached Cov- ..f !Kn .lt,d rnrrent tvnnld Ko rWed nnd ,n fl H'UdaV .'.Wt. .Mr. Nltliru S I I U ' I I. HIV IIM in 'I .Utl-. I I 'HIM ..... - e .. t Willi liiuir t itti't'iiifiii, iiicii very iiuiiirany mc.iiiit; nr. ns says that tlie cities of the plain were conquered - . . ' c . . .. , I , t . ,, n k..ti,, :;t. !,.. matteri of notoriety before nifnt. The L erk con- bv the Aswnans, the name pn-b'tblv signin" thut J " .r " j a i T iJ rr cliidiiin; trom the nature of the developments thus th"v were retja rued By their conquerors as rebels. If , . ' - , . thi: explanation do not sutHciently elucidate the brJP,,t l" 1 ht ,,al 11 W!IS rnlher a Priou bus, torv ff Lot nnd his wife, we will think anybody for ? rni,t U JwS couple permission to a litter. I'll, hdatr. , u:nrry, repented the d,ed, and solicited the Jnc c to A C'ttNEPE Din.nek. The I'enniivlvHniiu publishes letter dated Macao Hoads. Oct. H'i, H4. frotn which trK; the fidlowing' account of a Chinese diplomat ic dinner : It wn lnriir; ray Ptay nt Clinton thut tl.r interview took pbtce between Pr. Ihvi, United hsttei Cotntnis- gi'inrr to tl.e "Celostuii Empire." whom we brought out in the riymoutli, and the t'hincse Commissioner Sue a f-inht I would not hnve been deprived of for anv consideration. It was held in one of th'ir lare n-ieW firtiKiPS." n thee railed them, enmn little dis!- ' t.. frm tl. r.itv V. I.,l nlw.i.r twootv rr-or ! .a a . . nn.l t.ulair tr l..tl l,rlf.rtri - C .in . -Jl JlirTlll, Ull'J, UII'J Hi lllll UtiilOIIM, Ol O'lll.-i; lll'HJt. mi ifimosint' how. tjimtnissiiiniT iil' evinceil a ivrv , fri-ndlv di.nrMsifinn. mid r.-nondr d to Dr. IMvis's observations. conccrnin? the relations of tlie two conn- i trie, in a very warm and sensible manner fr a Cln- nainnn. After Dr. Divis delivered his credentials and tlie business wn finished, we sat down to a regular Chin ese dinner of bird's riet soup, dtu k's feet, and I do not now remember one-hnlf ; but I do know that we l ad nineteen courses of eoup, of ail of which wo, uf course, had to partake, as tj'jt to taste would have Keen considered uncourteoiis. Afier we put tbroi.'b the Chinese dinner, we had tt commence on another, rooked ncrordinj to the Tartnr fnshion, whicli was by fir more like ours than was the Chinese. There were about one hundred Mandarins present, nil waiting on and teaching us " out-side barbarians" how to use the chop-sticks. These, yni inijt know, are two sticks ionictl in7 like our ptMi-liolders, only a little longer, with which the Chinese eat nil their food; when they erst rice they hold tlie bowl up to the mouth, and shov 1 it in most dexterously with thee sticks; and bo, in fact, with all their food, which, before cooking, is always cut fine. The dinner, and indeed all the ceremonies of the tlav, passed off pleasantly and happily, nnd we left for the city in a pood humor with our entertainers, not even suspecting we had eaten dogs, or cat?, or rats, as pome began to imagine we had ; but I do not and will not beli -ve it. It is estimated, by those ini tiated in Chinese aiTairs, that each one present eat about $100 worth, or at least what cost them that amount. Yoti can. therefore, form some id a of the extent and magnificence, in their way, r f the enter tainment. I do not care particularly, however, about eating another Chinese diplomatic dinner, especially with chop sticks, unless I see it cooked. Mr. Davis is now living in Canton with Dr. Parker, the Spcretnry of Legation, who acted as interpreter r n the occasion .f the presentation. Our commission er is so able and excellent a man that he will be much liked by three people, and thereby be enabled to ren der great service to our country in its commercial relations; bnt I fear our Government will not have the benefit of hi valuable serviced Ion, ns he will not probably remain here over a year or two. Cheap Newspapers in London. This experiment eems to have failed. The price of the London Daily News is to be raised after the commencement of the next eegMon of Parliament. The New Reform party have adopted this Journal an their remdar orcan, and have placed a fund of 20,000 in itstreasurv. Triumph or Genius. Professou Locke the Inventor of the Magnetic Clock. We have recently published an account of a brilliant invention tf the magnetic clock by Professor Locke, which promises to Le of great assistance in practical astronomy. We find the following sketch of this gentleman in one of our exchangee, a id as the example in his life is an excellent one to the thou sands of youths eimiUrly circumstanced wo copy it. Professor Lneke i one of those self -math men. of whom our country has miny tob; proud of. His native State is Maine. He grew up among the wild granite hills, nixty or seventy miles in the interi t from Portland, in the township of U-thel, Oxford county. Some thirty-five years ago he came u green countiy boy, to an academy in a small New England village, where the writer of this (another green roun try boy) made his acquaintance. Young Locke could learn nothing in the wo ds of B-tlicl, he there- f"ru determined to conic out to tho l.ttle village, and goto the academy, and know something. Ileing a poor farmer's son, he had to work his own passage on the p'ad to science. For this purpose his mechan ical genius was soon brought into requisition. Some body's old watch in the village got out of order, would not go, and nobody in the village could tell what was the matter with it, or how to remedy the dif ficulty. Younu Locke opened it, looked at it, exam ined it on nil s.des, and took out his penknife and be gan to start the screws. Presently he began to sepe rate the parts of the machinery, much to the amaze ment of the owner, and against thendvice of friends, lest he should never be able to get it together again. His corngc, however, was equal to the tatdc, nnd he persevered till the old watch was spread out in frag ments on his table. The nature of the difficulty was discovered, and he resolved to repair it. A blacksmith's shop and a joiner's shop were rummaged for little tools to work with; and where these did not meet ti e exigency of the case, his ingenuity resorted to some little me chanical contrivances of original manufacture. At last the damage1 wa3 repaired, nnd the difficult and mysterious tisk of pitting th watch together njn.n successfully accomplished. The thing went and tick ed again, like a new watch. This successful achieve ment soon brought the old silver upon the young stu dent's table, and betjan to put a little change a very little in his pocket. One had an o'd watch that wouldn't go only when it was a mind;" another had one that never would go right ; and nnotlnr had one that w'.uld not o at all. Numbers of them soon "raced the table and the wind:w-tool of the student's room, in the humble cottage where be boarded, and many which came in maimed and halt were sent away M cured: In fshort, in tin way, by repairing watches and other ktiicknack, before and after lessons, he man- tod to relieve, very materially, the weight of a board bill of a dollar and half per week. He was somewhat wayward in his course of ku- lies, skipping t'Mm one science to another, like a bee among flowers, ripping bore a little and then? a little; now readh'jj a little of the philosophy of mechanics, and now wandering about the fields, collecting flowers and plants, nnd studying botany. In a few years he made his way to C ncinnati, whre he soon i.ejan to acquire some distinction, was appointed a professor in one of the colleges of that younjj and rising city, and afterwnrdsvl think, went to Ktiropc to superin- ' tend tho selection i f a philosophical apparatus for the college. .Many of his subsequent labors have already been made known t the public ihrouuh various fci entihV and other periwdicals of the coun'rV. Tho public already have ntnple evidence of his philosophy ! 1 1.11 It it "" nauica i cpiuik-, an, wnn a i nero hd.i inv testimony to hi- worthiness of character a a man, I frei assured ho will pardon ihe allusi-m to the old Vitch nuUJ b'jr yne Double LmrKMKNT Fink Fun. Our town ye. testerday nnd the day before was made the scene of quite an amusinn; love adventure. The incidents con nected with it we are compelled to abridge for want nf r.Mtn. Tney uro numerous enough for a long s'.ory. It appears tint n couple of very re?nectable young ladies, wlioee parents nr,e in fair standing in the city nf Indianapolis one. Miss Charity Ann Cunningham, and the ether, M is Hay, daughter of ex-Gov. Hay acted very foolish, (as ir!.-5 frequently do about uch matters,) fell in loe with a cotipleof recruits for the ritie service enlisted stu;k: nf funds nb ut his time filled him, nnd !: was necessarily compelled t:) forcj;ri""tIie ploasure of vi.sit injj inckcrdu:n, and tarry with uh. During Ihe day he made a .mall raie by rlifposin of a Iidd'n; brotitrht various false pretences procured from tti Cunty Clorlt a licence, nnd concluded all ihe preliminary arrannnn'nls for matrimony Jd. . Ilawhv to tie the 'o;ordii:i knot" in the evenin!". alas ! f.r the "course of true love' and things, . tho ludie? would talk, nnd bv tu i k inj? "let the cat out tii" bac" They revealed to others of the sex at the 'S! an Ifoute" many intfrcNtino incidents connected rctttin the luense when it came into iih possession nnd decline . injj th? ccrt'innuj which rcqtifsts were complied with. TKo prnynrs, U'arsaiid entrea ties of thf intended bride and groom availed inujrht tl e hard-hearled Jndi:.' w-is inexornble, nnd kept a tijrht tndd on the pn-ciou document, at thesarne time pertinnciouti refuiiij t olliciate. Thus the evening's nti rtainmcnt closed. Kirly the following inorniuj; a cotj.de ,,f eonts reached town in hot pnretiit of th runnwiys. Just about the time of their nrrival .Mr. Squire wa inissiiirj. and the last that wits pecii of hi'n ho wtis ltirnbenne; over board fences, hai'k truck, to fivoid b:;in'' nrrested ns a il'terttT. Mis Ky ha? returti"d t' Indirinnpolis( the other Miss continues at the Sloan House llettcr ! luck the ir next enterpr Mr. Squire alias Wise, we miht notice in thin ciM.ie.-c'ioii, nianiu'Sted on a termer occasion depp de votion for ,Mis Charity Ann, by taking a heavy por tion of laudanum while in a love fit. He was res cued from a suirjdial death bv the timelv use of In d i i ni r.l 1 u b'i iin 'i r ti. in i rtt ti fnti tut dMtt-t rn.-iitvuiff illlll mr H. atnrr .I11. . f . . j Friday nieht Squire nnd Mi Charity "'stole 6wnv lor n;rts unknown. l licv il c the lirrnre tr rm all . tfiis time. Oiringltm People's Vrinid, Jan. !7. Thf Klhctm'; IiiGiir, which is making a noise in England, the Scientific American says, is nothing more than the incandescence of charcoal bv the cur rents of a battery, and cannot be so economical or so enily made n.i coal ea. A hrilliant lix'ht, a lijrht superior to common eas; is well known in the Druni mond light; hot a clu'tp nn' easily managed liijbt, a li:ht in which there is no danger from explosion and which can be made cleanly in every household, that is the tiling wanted. Electricity in the hands of genius will ) et do thit. Ai'f.Lsris C. Lbu-oE and (j;;o. Y. Jones (locos) have been elected Senator in Conjress from Iowa. The father of Mr. Dodge (Gen. Dodge) is a native of Indiana, and (i. V. Jones is al-o a native of that State, being a foii of the late Jno. llice Jones, of Vinccnncp, on the Wabtsh. The sons of early pio neers of the Northwest, there is something peculiarly appropriate (apart from their politic) in their elec tion t ) represent in Ihe Senate cf tlie nation one of our new frontier States. John Doxclivg's Southron. ITIAItlCIEU, On the 30th uit. by the Ilev. A. IL Myers, Mr. John C. Hohs to Miss Emma E. Hinuei:, both of this county. tiii: m vitfitiyrs. PirrBURGii, January 31 P. M. The foreign new hai caused a heavy maiket fm fl ur, and f 3,50 wa the highest piice olTeied io-dy. Sales of bulk l'uik at 3a4c. lor h loui d. ale of Bcon at 5 . for side, 4 je. for houldei; 7c. fur comm-m ham, and 9 fjr uar curedhams aie in good demand and firm. The sup ply of Lard is inme than adequate to the demand Jales at tlc. for til. and Gc. far ke. Mulase, for the supply of the trade, iells at 2Sc. There is a steady demand for Sugir and p.ice are firm, ranim; from 4J to 4e. Retail sals of Corte at 7c. Sale of CloTeiseed at $ 33.12 j. Lineed oil in itore biinji 5Cc. siri'iti-nii: court or ixniix.. Rr. PORTED BY ALBERT O. TORTT.R, E-Q.. H'rney v. Slowi Ueplcvin. Lnor to th Wayne C. C. Per Curiam To an actin of replevin for lmg the de fri.dnftt .talt(! uprcially puiclnse of them at a sale ly 0e marshal at the city of Kichnvtul. uedcr : n oiditiance t p't vM.t !wine lunnit t lii;e. The pUiiititf leplicd tint h wn not, und nctei h(t tceu, M-si-lrnt of the city f Kich-m-ind Litt thithe wa a resLlent u( the county of Vne without the curpoiate limit of anl r it th t theie w n a com inii'u highway bet we-n hi re.iknce an! sicl rity ; th.it aid Iiocs weie by him sutfeied to lun at laoe mi the 'public highway in the neihboihoml, aniJ that if tney enme within the limit of aiil city, it was without hit kmovh dj-. i.e. Held, (hit a demurier (o the lerlication wai coiirctly UNtlillfll. A a i;' m ral rule, ami in the abcnce of any p-r ial lepis- 1 lative K tiaitit, stiannei and citieiK aie bound by the laws : of a niiiiiioipal f urpoi a t ion ; nl l ei'her the jrrnertt etiay luv i (r any other law of thi State i in confln-t with the j ntdinanre rifened t , or exempt peifons not icidfiit in ihe ; city foin it opetaiiou. AßrmrJ. Cot v. Smith Debt. K rot to the Mai i m C. C. j Perkins, J. llvbl, thai uu-ler ;i declaration in leb ron- i itin of a jingle, special count upon a ptomisoiy no'f I given tD an attorney at law in roni tciation nf service tJ j te peifoiaieii by htm in h fviofio the tinker agai- l II suit j to Le poisccutiit aa t hi n, or him anl other j'ii th, by ; I . 1 . . .. . . ... I - ! me ."iair, coonrcieu urn ceioin maoer , nnc . om.ii,.... I'ailuie of C' ni !ci o"i n wa j leaded, and wheie it at peaud in rtilenre tint the payee had peif tmnd some .ei vices u; on the cool ract, but, in roncqu ore of his dtceae, wa pie vrnted fmm d f-ndio ccitain mi'i's aftcrvvaij brought by Ihe State aaiot the maker, ronnee'ed w ith such malteis, no recovery cmil 1 be had the cooti jet beiro en'iie. The court i not called upon to d rid, under Ihe pleading, a to the liht of the laintiiT bel 'W to recover, upon a quantum meruit, f r 'he trrvice actually tendered by the payee nf the note. Reversed Huff v. Walker, 4c. Knnr to tho Tip; eennoe C. C. Per Curiam Walker, in Match, lS t3, guardian of cer tain infant lo ii leaded a tract of land wholly on the north side of the Wabash liver, with the feiiy and appurtenance il eie n. to Ihe plaintiff in eiror. Thi wa the only feny then at the point. Tl e Legislature Mibepiently paed a law (L. IS 14. p. 101) enacting that whein a feiiy licence had been giant.'d to any one nwnins the land on on!y ide of h stieam or river it should be lawful for the peison or persons owning the same i n the oppoite i!e, hv complyi' g w'Hh ceitiin r qtiiMti on, to take Oieion f the f iry on hi or Iheir i !e. &. After th pa; .- of thi law, one of the plaintiir in ciior bought the land cpiosjte on the south side of the liver and obtained a feiry piivilege under the piovnioiM of such law. Both of the plaintiff in eimr then i.otified Walker tint on account of having been evicted by one of them from their fenv light under the leae fiom Walker, they abandoned the leac. Walker bmtight hi ac tion of covenant againt them on the lcac. den ominating hi self in the pia?cipe, and teing denominated in the nmmofis, " Jacob Walker, guardian," &c. The declatafion c nirneticed " J ic-b Walker, who sues as guardian,' &r. Walker asked Itave, bffoie ti i il, to atnend his dcciitntjnn ty s'liktng ou the woids who sues a " II. Id, l. Tint a guantijn, undT the lt. S 1S3S was atithoi id to leae Ihe teal State of In waul. 2. 'l int the have of the c t in the ! laintitr to stnke out the won! who nir a." wi pioperly gianted. 3. Tht the fact exhibited by the plain liir in ei mi tli 1 nol hov an eviction. Thev ueie left iri possession of lh )routol ain! fi'iry th-y rented. The Leci-- latiiie anthoi ized an act thit, tu ing done by rtiangeis, mi.'ht have dimitddied the iofit of then feny. if the Legit ime h 1 Oie power t p; thit law, Ihe platntilT- in eiior took' tho feny ut-jcf t to ;he c -nf ingenry of ur!i legi.itivc j action. If the Legi-.latnte hd n uc!i power, then the i griiil of friry to one of the plaintill in eiror was a iiulli- j ty. Affirmed. J Jtckion v The State Krror to the Hancock C. C. j J'er Curiam. Held, That the s'a'einetil in th coiclodifg I pait, it 'e:id of the body, of an indictmet t of the paiMcular diycn which a dime i alleged lo have been committed. does tnt lender te indictmenl bad. 2. Tint ;'coiporal ovih" i at d Solemn mth" ate, at le st in thi S'ite, yi-onimoiis tt im-'. ai d that an oath taken w ith an upo'tcd hand may be piojierlv deciibcd bv either term. Affirmed Clark et. il v. Blacker. Knnr to the Tippecanoe C. C. i J'er Curiam This wra an appeal front the judgment of fa justice of the peace to the Tippecanoe C ('. The record i only ho ed that on motion, in the fin-nit emu t, the n;ip a I i w dismissed. Theie ws m toll of exceptio- drc).in the gmtiinis of the decision of the court, nor did it appeir j that any exception va takon to the decision at the tene at I which it wa ma !e. Held, That it must theiefoie be pie- j sinned that the judgment cf the ciicuit court was comet. V,, U'nierirood v. Tatham. Replevin. Kiror to the Decatur C. C. ' j Per Curiam. Held. That to enable a pUititiir to main i tain an act i in of replevin fur his i d which weie in the ! ro-sesion of the dr fend-ttit l-y hi leive nnd license, it tva , ! hcccs-aiy fui I tie pliintilf tn piove that he made n demand : of the gtudi btloie Ihe isum of the writ of replevin. Jle- ; versed. j llecvei et. at. v. Baldwin. Replevin. Appeal fiom the Kianklin C. C. ; Per Curiam. Baldwin, the appellee, a maichant, in Brook- vil.'e, In.i , executed In one Sullenbeiger power of altoi- ; i.ey, authorizing Sullcnberccr t transact businc for him in J the city of Cincinnati with all hi cieditor, to use hi name j in makii i n tatijcmeiiti with hi cieditors if iieceary, to ' i sin his inme to note, &c. pmchase cood and sin hi name j j to r.ote for the payment cf them when mature, and all oth- i i t r bumfs in hi- line as a tneichanf. Baldwin w n alo j ptovr d t- hive alleged, at t tie .imc time, that he had lost a j j lirje stun of money and tint unles he could cdTect an ar- j ! rat'sretnent with his creditor be would fail, or be compelled j i t top his buines. Held 1. That the power of atto ney to j i Sullen! eijrer did not authoiize h'nn t tnoitjae t the appel- ' 1 ml, cicditiirs of Baldwin, in Cincinnati, the go-d of Bald- J win in hi Moit at lliookville. 2. That oial evid-nee that Sulleiibergrr when he was set t to Cincinnati by Baldwin, i w, authorized bv Baldwin t . execute such rn .rt'afe wai I pr fei ly exclude.l Irom Inc jmy. AJjunea. lyier er. at. r. zcmervuie ei.ai. nancery. r.rior to tue ; Kit lev C. C Ptr Curiam. S trnerville. one of the defendant, puruint J to a pnoi anatijremcnt mide s-me yeais pievioin wnn in- I .in, Ihe oilier defeiiditit, rntiveved to him a liact of land, the ; homestead, of the vdue uf A500, (b in j all tlie property, ex- j cept a small am-.ut.t of pe.sonal,of which the fither wat .. ....-.ix f . ..m;..,i ,.....!.il.,ii,.r... ll.r r.,.9..Ui .. ., ............ ....... -: . ill toe same lime, in in wie von, a u'miu iuiiuh juru iui nie puppoit of the father and mother, duiio their lives. The ! father :ind mother were then over 0 year uf ae; the son ; was about 21 years of ae, untnarii-d, and was then, and : had teen previ iuly living with his parents on said land, and continued theieafter, to teside with them ihereon, as before, j The fithei, at the time of the conveyance, was a partner in ! buine9 willi one Cheeney and as such, wa indetited to li.'O I plaintiff in about 5,00l) innre than the value of the juint land several pioperty of himself and paitner; and the t-on ; knew i f stich iodebtedne. Held, thit Ihe conveyance wit fnii.ltiletit, and subject to be set aside on the application of ! a creditor. lievet ied r ., . t , t 4 t - , r- I Lucas v. Ileaton et al Assumpsit. Lnor to the T rreca- ! r 'i j I smith. J. Ihe planum cotnmeriroa a tut rerre a jn- ! lice f tho peare, which was appealed In theriiruit cnirt, 1 upon a hill of puticulai, filed 3- a eause of action, d-bit-; ir.g the !elYiid.oils wi'h cettain specified quan'itic f vhe-t, ; fuini'litd tu ihm at (htlYtriit limes at a deHgnatcd pi ire per i bushel. The p nnilitl dTVnd in evidence reitain leceiptsof ; the leferidints f r the piticul-ir qu uititie nf wheat o deb I ite t to the.n. whi h were titi d thcii in to be "on dejoif, isuhject to lh" mil! hoik act;" piovcd Hie delivery of the 1 ame in the mill nf the defend nits at the time (Mated in his j cnue of action; thit the word 4 mill bo. k net' ment thai j the pluintitr wis to receive a ceit.iin specified quantity of ! fl mr atd Li an fr imcIi bushel (f whe it ; that the wheat was i tu he credited c:; :he mill t;-ck, and the flout and brn when j olt-iined. charged tu hi'n ; that Ihe wheat hMt put iu'o Ihe j mill wa mixed with ihe rurrrnoti atnek then on hand aul after . wants Ihe winde tock w n tri nmd int lhur and sold bv the ! ilefMidnts. Held I. That tlie otj -eti 'ii made ly the 1-fen- ! dam to the rca3in f f-aij iccripts i i cvjilrnre, was p:oper- lv U-itannd by Ihe couit. 2. That evidence on the pait of j Ihe ptainiitr that he had mae a demand for ihe fl'iur and i bian, ai d 'he vilue of the v:htit at thp time ( f it' delivery, j iu Hi inc. iniic nil oviiiiiimi, n uiiut uo'pvii? niufrtj i . fi1, ..i H h- n.nlurl nrnvi..! irn a noiil i.oo for the ilclivci v ( f specifi d qtnoti'ie offltur ami bran, the meauie of damages which the plaintiff w-uldhave beenen- tnled to reeovrr for a birarii of it by the defeiutani, was j ihe value of ihe fiom and bran the forner wji t receive, j and n-.t the joice oi value of the wheat delivned by him ; i and Ihr evidence thus triected would not have sustained . Faid caue i, faction, nor luve cnti'led the plaintitf to jtidg- rnent if it Ind been admitted. Affirmed. (iie;e v Pike. Chancery l'rior tu I he Dcaihnrn t. C. 1'er Curiam. Held. I. That the fict that the piopeity ia no' uithin the jui idictiou, c- iiitute no bar tj a pri'ceed in in a rouit cf eijuiiy, if the peison within the jn is-lic-tion; under the ceneial nile that a court nf ec;';itv ct nt on the peiFOii. 2 That where a ale of leal estate belong rnr t the piinciptil, ha been mide by an aent to hioi e!f, the ptincipil.oi his hciis, have a liht by ap(iling to a c"iirt of equity in a reannable time, to have it set aside with ut any inouirv as to iu taiinesü That put of the decree of the circuit court lequitinr (ase j tn qnit-i liim a particular poitimi of the laud in quctinn tn ech of IheJ'ieii it reversed, on the ground that ndvance- ! rnent m-de by the ancestor in hi lifetime to certain of the ; heir, were not taken intj consideration ; (lie uilance h of. fiimd. Ross v. The City of Madison. Case. Knot to the Jtf feron C C. Smith, J. Held, I. That in thi ronntrj' the contne't of I corpoiatiou ret upon the same f loling a thoe of natiiial persnru, and arc valid without seal, whether cxpresly made ; by the corpoiation oi aiisin by implication from the geneial j relation ti the agent toward the enrpnation, or fiom the j ratification of actsd iiie on behalf of Ihe coiporation bv pir- ties aisurnttiff t act a aent, although with uit sullicient authoiit). 2. That municipal corpoiation aie r5p.msihie : to the ame ex'ent and in the same manner a rnttual pei- nous f r injuries occasioned by the nelisence or unskillful- ness of their agent in the construction of wmk for the her- ' flit of 'he cities or town under their government. 3. That if owing to ihe imeifect and careles manner in which the record of such a corporation aie kept, theic is no wiitten evidence m existence to piove that uch woik weic con. stiuctea ry me autlioilty ol tne corpoiauon, parci evi.i.nce' i a,lmi..iil In ailihlwli Iko: fil A 'I'lul ll'Um Mi.hri-n ' ... ... m tt i--ir. ei. iin in, -- . - . ... . i ad I'iced from the recoids of a corporaiim, tending to piore that the latlei had latihed the const luctmn of a wntk m nuestmn, I y making all iwarces f r the pixment of ihr per sons by whom It had been built, it h'uld be leH lo Ihe jury . .t.i.i - i :j -J :s ti ceieiminr wneiner inc recora cvi-ience lumi leu, was or was not gufTicient t ) raie Ihe implication that Ihe woik was done under the authority of the cupoiation. Reversed Sloan et al. c C . tf t. Rurdsall. Chancery. Eiror to the Wayne t. u Kautel. LAWS Or INDIANA. lit .hithority. AN ACT To transfer certain canes now pending in the I'ar- ison Ctrcuit court tu the Probate court of sa d county of llirrifon. Whereas. It Im been represented to thi General Aembly tho cer'aiii rae heicmifier nu-ntioni'd aos now pending in ihe Ilanion Ciicuit coHit, which have been tiauferrei1 thfie fioin Ihe Pl.ibate rouitof aij county on account of Mi? oil lest Iticitin of the j'id.e of said Prob.te couit, uhich inteu-st has now ceased to exit by ih- expiiatim cf hi leim of seiTire: And whereas, It lia tN been r pitented that the pieem jud;e of sail 1'iobate couit In no i'iieiet n mil rae, and that their M ttlement ; would, be much farili'att d by a letranfcr of tbem f ro n tle Cnouit to 'he Pr .bate c unt. Theiefoie, Section I. Be it enacted by (he Ceneral Awemlly of the StcJe of Indiana, That the following inmed ca s now pend- t i'.j; in ihe lurru n lucuitcouit t e ictianfei rrd ! the Pio tatn coint of ai.l courtly, t -wit : the matter of the estates of J.dtu W P.tyne, ticeaid ; of Anthony Manck. dcreaed ; of Peter Moieh.nl. decca-cd ; and of Hopewell Miller, dt reacJ ; aNo the f ill iwin; cae, t.i-wit : W'illia n A. Poller and Thenn C Sliughter, executms of the last will and testament rf Sonuel Litt II, deceased, . the heii at law of s.tid decedent ; William A. P .ter and Thomas I". Slaugh ter. admiuioiatius d buni nun of the cs atc of Hopewell Mi h I, dt rea-id. vs. Ihe lieh at la of mid dece h-n' ; and i,,, r t ... Main k, ikceafnt, vs. the hi-ii law of ?aid deccth tit. Sr.c '2. The clcik of said ciicuit couit shall lite the pa per of each of the above named cases in the proper manner, in ihe pmbate c uit, accompanied by a tiancii,t of the pro lecdmg had thi rem, if any, in Ihe ciicuit ceil t, which tian ctipt hall foitn a part of the proceedings of the case, the same as if aid pioctiding had teen had in the pmbatc eoui t. Src. 3. The said piobafe couit shl! have full and com plete jut i$dici ion in each of ihe a'mve eases, to pinectite ihem 1 linal setMerntnt, ju Igrnent nt deeiee, as they uny nquiic Ihe same, a if they had never been transfencd fiotn said couit. Sr.c. 4. All process isue I in any of the above ces and made leturnable to next Apiil, m any other trm of said cir cuit couit, shall be by the sheiifF of ai l county letuined t the tebiuary leim of aid probate couit, of year eigh teen h '-untied and foi 1 1 .nine, which piocesand leium, when so made, fhll hive ih same force and elb-ct a if suid pro cess had been i-oed fmm aid piobate couit and made re turnable at said F bruaiy lertn. Src. 5. Thi act shall lake illVct and be in f- rce fiom and after it passage. G. W. CA Uli, Speaker of the House of Hepn scntatives. J. fi. UK.W), Piesident of ihe Seinte. Approved Jan. 1, 1S19. PARIS C. DUNNING. STA I K OK INDIANA, SS. I lit. aile II. Tet, Seme tary of Slate for the State of Indiana, do heieby ceitifv thai 1 have conpncd the foiego- ing punted net widi the mign al emollanut on file in my ofT:rc,.anJ find the amc correct. Witocs my hind this Unity li.st day of J.ouaiy, lsin. CIIAIILKS II. TKST, Secietaiy of State. M)X tlOVTKS I inii.A. tract from the act of Cortgresa of 3d March, 1815, Section 1H. .1-d he it f.tr'her en uteJ, That il shall be the duty of the Post- m 'ttT Oeiiciu!. i.i a I lutiir.' Ifttuii; of -ontraci lor tin- tmnt portiuioit o! O e niiiil, to h.-t. the sanir , in evury case, to thu lowest hi 1 1'T te'i.l.-ri.i.' s-iüuieiit gnar.in'.ee for fai'.hlnl p'rforma'ice, without otht-r rtfifiuoe lo the ino-lt of mich lraii!ortalion titan iriwy 1? n-r-sry to provide for th lue c-l rity, certaint , and eourity of stu-h trait-port itinn ; nur shall nny new contractor hereafter be rt iju re l to t nr-.-l.ase out, or t.k at a valuation, the tocL or vt-hicl'-s of nny pr-vioiiS eoutrator l"ir t l.tr raiu route." -ni IJers w ill l-e car. ful to read the fotm and instructions aj pt nh-l t' thi a Ivertitemen. Tttey r rt qtieste 1 to ttae iri thfir Tpo.i! . h mihli" ty which thev intent to convey the in;i'. Whurr th" i- nti-1 t i ''it of 'he ntuN.or tl ttpt-fii c: Uel for in the schedules ihali leipiire it , the conlra-ts will be made for riui h. trand'oat. or rulroa 1 conveyance, a thf cas'? mav be ; and conr.jo-ntl . mi" ti routes will t.e lt t- tnh jiroposin s ich mol- of i'onveyiinoe. In id I other cases, the roitfi will he anijr.ed to bi ls proposing tlie cheaptfct mode of transportation. jROrosU.S tor rarryin lh mailsof th; Unite-1 Stnte frnrn the 1st ''av of Julv. Hr. t the .10th of June. 1-51), tnr lusive, in In !i ina, w ill Iii ri-eiv' l t ihe rontr.iot fttie of lh Pott Otfir e Dpirtnicnt, in the citv of W,ihin?on, until 9 a m, of the 4th of A ti , t 40. ( to be dcidid by the -.'Ith i'ay of Aril, 1 10.) on the routes und in the rriHniior ui.d titno herein specilie.!, viz : I.Yl) M.Y.I. Id'O. From rutnamvilh at ." i. m Friliy by Catirart Mills, Spi-nrer. Wbitrhaii, an-l St tnfor.l to Sprinirville, by S y m, 42 rmfr aii;l I'.irk t'ctwren 5am nnd p m Satnr-!:iy. 101. From Tipton tit Hani Monday by West Kinderhook to Strawtown, by Ii m. II miles and b:ck t etwtr n '2 p in and 6 p m s;i in lc' v. in'i. From Saturn at G a in Thursday hv I.eerille t Blonrnine ton, Sy U ni next day, 50 miles an 1 lack between 1 p ni Friday Riol ft m next day. 4)-:t. From Muncie, in Delaware cnutdv at C a m Friday to county ';it of Tiiton county, by G p m, 40 mile and l ack be twi'cn 6 a in and ft m next day. 4ns-1. Kmrn West Unity (Ohio) at 6 in, Wedm sdav hy Ant-nli to I. a tlrane Centre, (IndhnO by 12 m next Jay, 50 miles and bt.-k hetween p m Thursday nnd ft p ni Friday. 4i". From Leestmr at. JO'a in Friday to Wolf I.akp, by 6 pm, '21 nulfs and hack t t-twi-en ft a m an t 2 p m m-ir d.rv. 40m; From Bel'eville at 6 a ni Saturday by Danvi'le to N'ortli Halrin, by a in, 17 mite and back between 1 p in m l 6pm R.triiw dov. 4087. From Browntown it H a m Foturdiy 1v David Bowman's to Nashville, by 6 p m,2-i mile nnd back between ft a m and 4 p rn next (lav. -Itl-vi. From Blutfron at f n in Tues.hy to Fort Wayne, by 6 p m 3:1 mih-s and back between 6am nnd 4 pm next dtv. !-'. From Lrang at 10 a m Saturday to Goshen, by 6 , nt, 21 miles an-t hack between ft n m on-t 4pm Friday. l'i'.tO From Montice lo at 10 a m Wedrewlay to Lafayette, by 6 p rr -Jft miles and tk between ft a in and 2pm Thursday. 40 )1. h roin l erkin i!!e at Ä a m Jaturilny by New I.incastrr to 1 "'y ' m,w Tn"" 1 back between 1 p m ml p ni. 4I-- V.Tom Kvansyille at & a ni Saturday to Cynthiaaa. I.y II lit.v'o miles an t ntcK ln'tweoii 1 n m and 7 pm. 40.13. P'rom Metea or Fulton nt 6 a m Thursday by Terrysbursr. Ni-'pii.a, Laketon, North Manchester, Liberty Mi!l, n l" South I iutley to hiOev, oy 12 noon next laj-, Aj miles and rark be tween i p hi t n lnv ai:l 0 ; m 'ilontlav 4 f''. From Vahincfton at 4 a m Friday by Fayettvilleto Bed- ford. I v d n m. SO mile and back between 4 a m and 3 n m next day. From Jasper nt t?nm Fridiyto Troy , by 0 p m, 'M milei a'il hack between G a m ai,d 4 p in next day. 4,K'? Fro'n Fvinsville at 6 a in Monday tv AUnon and Fairfield to S;h.m ,lU ) ,)v 6 j, , fiext Wednesday, lüti mi el and back be tween G a m Thursd tv and 6 n m S-.iturdav Query : whetlier this route is rifccesyary ? 47. From Ponome, (Ohio,) at 6 a m Thursday ty Denmark, up the t. Joseph's ritrer to Hamilton, and ltiddle.'s Corner to :old water (Mich ) by 1'2 m next day, 50 miles and back between 2pm Friday, and C p in Saturday. .VOTES. Kach proposal shall be accompanied by n puarantee, signed by one or more responsible p10"1. ttir follow ing manner, viz : ' The un.iersigned guaranty tttn t , if his bid for carrying th mail from " to be. Hrreitil tv the TontmaBter Ovnvral, shall enter into an oMigatioa prior to tho Jirtt d-iy of Ju'y nr. t, with gtod and sutncient eureticc, to perform the srrvice proponed." A -Ms h.ul. t accompanied tiv the cemticate or a jxistmnster. j or other t-q.iivalent tefctimony, that the guarantors are men of pro- or ottier t-q.iivalent tefctimony , tliat ttie cuaran , . , pcftv, iiiid able tn rinke coo-i tni'ir eurtran'.ecs 'I'h proiMH.il fchonld be w-nt to th tlepartmi ' l rooaIs lor route o. in ed tu th first Assistant Postmaster 0 neral. , nd aJlres- For the prohibition of I i i resulting from combination, and the tcimt ami conditions on which the contract i to ho mrut, the lat annual advertisement. t JOHNSON, Feb. -2. TT-lawtMarVt) restmastcr fienrr&I. JIMtt Ulf OltH. JAMBS HIUMCT. .!)IA!OMS MAKItLi: WOICKS. r II K nnderi);ned, thankful for pat! f j von, would folic il a con-Q- tinuittion ol the pitroiiaeot the citizens of Indianstpolis and vicinity, a they are prepirc 1 t.) execute alt kin I of Jlanumentt, Tmnbs, Grarfstones nn 1 JW.intlts, of the Lest Egyptian. Italian and American marl I, hicli in point o ekprtition rsnnot t -Riirpas. ed, a id which they are enabled to sell at price thai will defy com petition. Ham of .V.uiMWur'.t and JfuUlcs can be seen by cadinz at the hup n.ar O.e Ujilroad Depot. All work in Ohl fiertone mid Vernon lim-'idotie for buihlini; and otlitr purposes, executed ptotnpllv and in superior fctyle. Thfy have lately reerivrl nn dlitttional stork of Vermont mir blf, a:id are in d.nij' e xpe-'tation ol a larce (j'Jantity more, which II on ti e av They have a'so made arrangements with an agent in Pi.il aj.-l)i:a, Irnm whom tln-y will rt-crive any and t-very kind of mai hlvthftt mtv h conti acte.l for here, at fchort notice. Iii,liain.poh,'Fch. J. IS 111. 77-y FALCOXElt k HIGI1ET. ""IP HE undersini'd, a comiiii'.tfi on that m'jert nf pointed by H the Dinctors of the Ijißiyette and Inrfianapih Itn'ro-i-i Company receive proposals tor the site of a Depot at In.ti jn.ij oll until the .'.th of Kebrinry int. '"he j.el.-1-tiuti will br. 'ipendid hetween two or tlirec of the most a l v.mta-us o'TVrs for a hört ti.ne ttIy after th nf.tremen tin t J tl:Ce, to f n .b e th't Itoürd to net upon the reconimenJalion of the committee. The gradi i is now iri procesi cf construction from Lain j tie to Le auoit. 'ltd at th last Hireling of the Board it wai resolre.- to place the resiJiic of the line from Lebanon to In di in.ipoü under cont'a-t so .ou a $-.H),(K)J in a led to the snt per;ptimm to the capital tock. ProjsalH may t.e fcru within tlm tinseniiove lin itel to the office of the company in Lafayette, or 1 (t in H e care of Mr. Browning. Washington ilall, Indianajoli, directed to one of the nmlerrigned. A. 8. WHITE. Present. Ke'.. l.lH. 77-tF2t A. ('. TWINING. Eng. COi I. ! CONSTANT supply of Pittsburgh Stone ol for sale at HUIST'S Iron JMore, sin of the Red Anvil, Indianapolis. Kehrt srv I. !H4'.. 7 xotici:. B HEREBY rive notice that lh undersigned will.r.n Thurily,the IMh of KeNuarr or xt, apply to the tJovernor of Indi-tna for the appointment of pilot at the falln.f the Ohio. CIIAS. FRIEND. January V.l. IHI'.I. PILOT AFPOIXTJIKXT. NOTICE is hereby given that 1 will, on Thursday, the l.jthr.f IVru.ry nett, apply to Ihe I lover nor of Indiiua for the p pointnient i.f pilot nt the fall of the Ohio Hivei. J i ntiary 31, If l". TtilFI-' W. M. HOWARD. iii,o7 appolmh ex 'S'. NOTICE U liretir ciwen that I will, on Thursday, the l.ihof Feh nnry next, :t rinly t i Ihn (Joverrior ol Indiana for the ap pointment of pilot at the fall nl tlie Ohio river. January 31, H 10. ;i IDS P. W. READER. 1IVIIEIj NOTECE. DIVIDEND of nix per cent on tho capital 8tock f th't-i eotnpa- Ti i.v l"r the List five uion'hs. endnia Decemlter M, , wji le- rlated by Iii Hoarit of Director- at Ihe last meeting, payable Febru ary I. ;ricr:. rnillE undersigned s'ive thin notice tn the pnbh.-, th:it he will ,tp ply t.i Ilm Governor of the Stnte of Imbun, on the l'2th day of l - I"J l'lim Kebni;iry. M9.ior th apnointinentof Tilot at the fat! of tho Ohio it: irn Hill K linil'MIV i;try, 140, lor in thit State. , uiri in uim oi.ne. n ibi-ii'i ... uwh .m.ih Janunry Si, -IIQ 7 .' -2w Nntie 1'ilot Anisoiiif nienf. TOT! en i hereby jrxven lha on Monday the lh if February J ,,t j w it t npitly to th Governor of Indiana for the n;(..nt - ..'!.. . . . ... i.iiiii ir ti nn' iv inenioi p nt at the lalls or tlie onto. jxjiit i. ii 'ii.i.n. January OT, 7 Fehn TT ' HOIaiSSKS " rfSjUGAR Houteand plantation Molasses.a first rale article. forsat cheap, at MAYHCW'S 23-tf LIST or LiriTClSS KFMAININ'O in tho Ton Olliceat Indianapolu, Iidlana.oa February 1.1343, (ryveiion ratting for these letters will please to say ADVERTISED The inland postage on all letters or papers for Foreign Countries must be pre-paid , uthtmist thty cannot be ur-enrdcd. IlratheA 3 tlUoe Emanuel C Iliia.iJy Nathaniel H f tock Wilsen C j.u.tict 1 Mis C Pugh Jacoh j Par t ifh Jir t r l'ugh L)oiCd ,Pratl Jam: Tdrk.ii L b n I BirJ jl'at'.tin JnU-i jfa' eh Solomon I I'd v lie Ti K ll'eittto i Jo!.u I) 3 ;i'ugh Isaac jl"; i Wer Aq'iili.i ll'tlll JtSC Pii'c! Jonr.thai li'ursel Mtk S-j-an 'I'etui m:in (ieoi gn il'iic 1 Jo . ii Pi uit Will Arminol).' Ja Atlvoi J H Ai.'lcrioti A S AnJci ion IJ i vi 1 An Jciou Mr Matilda llamihon An hew Ani.Mkon Jas 2 1 11 u -!n y V m A'ltrn L'ny U Ad .in J no duincy .Mrfh Aaron AHierion Allen A nl I jr Lo't-nru Dow' W licing Bad-- A:itou Bai Wi ty I. U..il v Fru.'is lliiiiirk Ovo Van Dakt i M U Builm.tn Lewis IIa it; William Boll.tr! Dcwitt C Bap-lay Joep!i BultT Jos- pit How t-r Mivhacl or E Kt er Briitain Henry J llurkftt. Buch. 1 1 U.illa'd Mis Jane Briitain W'ni Biiike Miss sarah Bower Mictiittl BarJ M rs Darling Brown l'cter II Nov er William illau-li John A jlloover U. cre illiusii Klitarei h llut hinson Wm UloSitook I'ercv Illurd N A jllo hs'.er V N .llaiiiK Win ,11. iter Samuel Hitytr ltt.niy , llairaxc Kev Kich 1 a.l l Hu.ne Mis Kslher i M-1 ticrt Janiif MoUU Jtdill ;llrckmjn Joseph 11) all Jani-.s Hall H. my Haue- Klia eth j Hartten lit orje jiiilJT ,ra . I L'ri;ih 'It, n.sly Jamtü illillmaii Liialitih llu I Win lla:Jci: Mi-s Paulina : lat4'hitisuu -Jura I ill.irvcy Cii;irl,-s O ti.ill JtiiiiuMo llolldii l i-oi ge B Poittr M.rd.ii M Pence Lnoi It ! K Kay Miss Elizabeth M lltcli M i- s . ii. a 2 L-o.id Jov ph. It ' lioiM't-n J.tnt. s Bills dCh Ki.nh E !io ' John Kol; Joseph luol.ai .'sou Miss Jane It uii. i Br v ant Kdi idoll J.ni.t S It..!.. Us I). n;elC It. so A Ita Mr3 ' K ic hni.it J B i d lien i y Bailey Jollil Bruly II-n ry Bjihii Wm Ui.iiiJjii Henry Bryan Bennett Bickle ileury Burk Jon it lUt n.oud ii-or;e 3 lliti r Mrs Marv Ann H..iim.h J-d.n 'llojpolh 'l'..oliittS 'Huh William 1 Ik-belt J.-ridh jllarnt-r An.u rson Hai gii I honi.it V llopknn Bobt K Kuh i to e Charlei 'Kinder fumaJ Kit hinan C hristian Renty Jam v. II t'rftlcnri 'At Bamma Bude W'il'K.m Kohit-r Aaron B.,lK;iti MuL'atharire ili..-gan J K j Ku ji k Pi:t-r ; Kd)kdale Jol-n i Koti' in Jonmhaa N : ItiJcnow :r John S 2 Bowler John Bi-ckwith .Mrs EtixaJ Hill W.üidin I Boü. Wm Bond A Ü Bovard Jai Barnard Beuten Bloouiut-ld Uoht A Barhee Sampson Buik V C bddcu W 1 1 in in Barn Win A Bvingtou Jai Bo ck ; vv Benin O B..ly Josjdi Bru:e (Jco: Bak.r Jj$ M Brown Ii W BcluUoover C II Bo lin.i on C a li.ti i .M iss ll iriiet Blakf! Uo d I' Crow Cnoch M Cart 1'ui lick tetroa Tho man Con.ir Michael Ciaik W A Ingersol Henry j Jordan John JohiiKou Samuel J Jwiinson Wm A 'jaKes Aliriiiu 1 Jdltuith C hi i si op I er C tew att llu.'h 'Johnson JciciiiiaU Stiant Joni.h P ' Jones A brum boar-'s ilium jSmi'.U Turnet jSiinth Joh-i I'llinger .Swai i I'htby 2 's.iow Josep.i fit Mar i gi ret Smitii Henry (baker) t. cy M H shipper t Chan ltiaw Mis Sophia iStaopi John itr; l i Levi iMh.iftr A II 2 IOo't Sal m 1 Ja;n i be jamin IjeTivy V i ijin Johnson V'r.i K ' JoUi'ron Klij. h JorJ.m Thomas j Jone liaa 'juhitbon Uaac ' J nnr.gj At la j Jam. Lhgah Joiich J i nies :Joh:i5on Misi Cathe ! rina I K Kii-gstuiry A H r'mit'i Joseph R Kttitiir .Mrs Nancy an Smith Mrsl.ucey I It jSilmaiiA 2 Kunze tieo 'S;i".nl is Miss Eliza Cottmgiiom Charlotty Kitkput' ri' k I'errrch I cth Mist KeUo ltt v Udac trveiikon James M 3 Cotnn W CJ t'OOK John Curl Win r i'.juwell Levi Clcuicnis Levi Cohmau Ihnry A CunJ c w Colcstock MrsRet.ec C Ca. dwell John ;u-r Mrs Marjt C.ui ry Hamilton Cul belt-on Wm 2 Carroi Miss Mary E Ciinsey Wm ra'k-n Etient'zer Curtici! Ahntliu Knr:rpcie' ll.nmun Kimji Uaid 2 Kuhn Solomon KlkCi I 3 It Kou-itz x Uurke Kvllv John Kiriilaud James ainui'! William II Sw itt (Jcoigi W jhelton L niuel S.-i.ct.rl I Joiiali.aa SteWM t Citorc Shell Susan L iSiuiifun J A ;-a'p iit W r. I.owmin U.ivj.l A D Smiih Ileniy Lin:-eiipelter Wm II 1' Stenliensor. John Le i II C 2 Smith I'cter Lojuc Jamn imith JacoS LodJitiiici Sutiih .Nathan Lake (t-orge iinit.t Ti.otoa Ixckhait Hon James3 Smith Daniel K Lcmaii Krcleriik Sutiierlun 1 John Little Miss Margaret J .mirh D K Corne.i is Miss da roh Loue J .tines 1' Sott. ASl ntl Sturess Thnddeui D Miul. Miis Amtlij St plieiis-ni J imn Seil Abrain Stewait John Stech? tamncl N , Shaft. Kcv A ' itanlord Hanoai Spitler 1 W 'S-irly Tho J .Stapp Mi ton S oao Josiali Slaw son Mrs Malindt Snydi r Enor? Su'.th Abtgail Smith Mrs II : Stoop Joseph : Srnii h Jacob Smith K B Speaker of Ajsenibly : ol lt diaria 'JuperinieuU-ntof Asylum for Poor ! T (ThomKon Joseph Tl-r Ikeld John T; fl' Ilanni' al ;Tutewi!er Nathaniel Tavlor Rebecca Liip'.on Dr ti Cl.uk. S'uati Cooper LI i .: both '.'hew Dr Jis (,'ul er:son J R C"o in jton Win Cunningham Mrs Murt A CoKitll Jai t:okS-l Fr.nris Ch mJb r A 11 t ol.iaii Henry Cat r C-arr Coj;tl Wi'liam Ci.rnjhell Morgan 1) Duvi-t Catharine Denntz Miss Catha rine II Det-n V C Lalx ina 2 Lfil Ua.t J" Lukens Samuel H A L w is MiJ -M J Linir'i;Mt-r Mist I M'irtiiaA Lan;iI.oke KucLiel Loiicks Mi 1 ja A :loe)ivvooJ John A Lai; Irey Daniel 'l.urkey üeurce Laina&ter Samuel Lam;ibt.-r Samuel W ,Lee Monroe W ;Levy Mrs Mary F ! Lans.Inlir J jLockh r Deiijaman M Meson M rs J sne 3 Dr.ij.ei Cjtha'ine Mann John J Dotjstt Mus Caroline'Morns Mrs Eleeor Dtv is Evan L Maitui Oeorcea Dickeron Wm ..Muote ChaiUs Ih-vtdve Dr Saml i Me ers Jdooli Düigt-tt Kichard Murpliy Alison Dfl.-iuey Mrs AmandS Mann Janus Denny Harrison Monhose Andrew Davis'llildin Moore John Dy Mark Meckel Joi n Henrick Turner Ausustut Dn ckmiinn Theodore M; ttison Cornelius C Trarv El en Pay El ward I);jvis Miss Lucy L Day John A Pavis Joseph Puwfin J W I'anielst Win Drfvm Mdi'y Jan Davis Mrs Delell Hugh Peuinsner John N Duncan Alfred E Este David K 8 Ev; ns Wm Etiler Lloyd Eplcr Abraham M Et lis Dan I Z Ely f'.eo C Eldri.le Job Edward- Horace Engel Wm F F FarecbilJ Joseph Finch ThosJ 3 Furgaton John A Forsliet; Wm Fisher Pmu.less Fisher John P Ferrec Cornel in Fletcher Horatio Fcr jsou Jas Fellenger Jacob Feilender Joteph Foster Kev C A Fiankhn H K1111I Mis Hannah. FttrdJ I Kreeiuaa Henry Furths Mrs Knn I'rdiicti Mart land For J Capt Wm Furri Kr.inciiJnt Fi'hbacW A Fisher David U Cit.bt II I (iill Miss Zereldi J (,'oukins 11. :i S B Candy Dr lUw'.ejr tiisto I E V Marion Francis Tomlinton Jes? Mama .lames Mussvr llent y Martin William Mtitman John M jMornn Benjamin I Morrison Jimt.'J 2 Mytis Miss Sarali .Mar ey Saby j Moor Ja M 'Milb r Ja:nt G Turner Zedoc .Trit'ps John ! romhleton Julian Trans Wm W Tander it Lahinan Tutewikr lltnry Tl.omns John Ti.rnsl.er Jo.iah T:i t lor Jaon Thomson Samuel iMuriel MisHeiirittaToP ott Jair.ea M Mi- kel tieorire 'Irh F.l ood Tiiare Francis M 'full John iTurner Henry V iVicknrv Jmuci Vet Mi Nancy V t Mrt Nancy j Vanlaningham Jere- ; miah ;Vnnderfool Miss Elia- I Mason John iCommisiotieri of 1 Ma.ii?o!i niuntT j MACS IMcCabe Jol n Mclh it;ied EJwnrd iMrClc-lland bloom ' tiell J McGregor John j.Mcf iuire. Mrs Eliia bet li 1 abeth M Corinack JcdiahW,V:,n e John McDonald John iVirkert Mils Amand McKdrlanJ Jiimes 2 j A 3 McKay G W Vining S L McClu-e Jacob ;Virgin Thomas McLuuuhlin John VicWroy James McMulIen James W 2. Var. Jes II McClintoCA Y'illiam 'Vnnblancum Mist McNoniihton Thomas Lncinda Mr ev John r i McVay Elijah W t Uii? f WI, 1I4.VT Warih Miss Ann Whitney John IMcCl, tlatd Ü iMcLaughlm P C McKay Wiisliitigton McLauchha Mrs E 1 McVav'j A 'McCailin Oeore McCU llan I Jamei M N" 'Newklrk Charles jNelej Jacob i Ni-wtatnJ tieorge Nevt Uli T(ni jon Nelson John New mnn Jam es S Wilson Charles 0 il.iams Klijah S Wright Hiram Whiitneck Abraham Vt r.tianis Mm Miry Voerne Tliilip Wal'ii Edward Willir.ms Jesse L 3 Woo 1 1 Stephen Wright Hon A dam West Nemiah W'elsli F. twarJ Woods Misses Perm U Wilson C L Wnrmmi Sarah A'arrel Jamei W00J J Wright Kinsley Wolt J .coh vVy ncoori Massah Ann 3 Wood Ely A Willis Joseph Warren Rev S 3 Wheeler Cht H Weave.r MUtMarial .Vjf.s Josvphine II Carver Miss Virginia Newcomer Christian E .Neitfhliors Ct.a les I Overmau John M fl'Connor J Ö Oliver W .1 (i;irai Richard Oliver John II 2 Oliver W L Oi.eul Thomas I ' jl'rotzman Ezra 2 Power IJ h" :t'ruiige John Carl .Pt't'js J K Tarsley John 2 't'ovvel Lewis G t'ure Daniel I'. arce MisCseel Tl ace Joseph T TctecorJ Enoch CZ David t'yie William C 't'arker John liVar&on James h'owin I'nnada (ruber Earnst 2 Gra fort George Givins Miü Sarah (j.hson F A 3 Goodhue Henry Ge. wicks John GSot ear John Graham Sidney A Granddad Henry It Herbert Jamet lluter John Ilolt'maii ..ev WL 4 Heiner Jacob HdwjrJ Miss Eliza beth Hnriout Klishu Ilarrave Kev Rich ard Hillman F.lizabeth II Ilii Ks V H 3 Harden George Herr! k. Steplien S 77-3w 1 ha W ncnop John (Whitney J H 1 Wngiit'Mrs Jiae ; Wh.tney B S .Wi-eman Cieorga We is Wm ' W oods Ktiieht Wallnau Mis Sarah 1 Y Voke AlUu H i L. nUNLAi'. P. M. siit:Kir.s"s sas.i:. TfT V virtue of a copy ol'a decree to me In erte I To-u the clerk's jsj" olTice of the Marion Circuit Court, I will expose to public tale, on the l.th day of February, lr,49. at the Court House door in the town of Indianapolis, withi t the hours precnteJ by law, the rents and profits lor seven year-, of the fol.owin real esUte, to-wit : Lot No. 13, in square in the tow n of Indianapolis. A d on failure to re-iüz the fu.l amount of taid judgment Interest and costs, I will at the same time and place, expose the fee simple of said real estate, taken as th; proper!) of tt llliam hiacey, at tbo suit of Alexander Armstrong snd Uob. rt Armstron. C11AHLES C. CAMPBELL, 67 Sheritf Murion (bounty. All 31 1 X lSVliTOVS NOTICE. "TVTOTICE is herehy given that letter of administration have LI lu eti this day (.ranted to the undeisigned, of the estate of Thomas N. Meeker, deceased. All persons indebted to -viid estate aru letjue-ted to settle torthw ith; and all persons who have claims agaitit the said estate are requested to present the same lor allow ance. The said estate is probauiy solvent. WILLIAM St'I.LIVAV, Admr. Indianapolis Jan. 17. 1M0. 73-3 wie NOTICE. A LI persons are hereby notified ant warned, that my wife, l. Uchecca, having left my bed and houne without any jmt cause or provocation, I chnll not be held responsible for the pay. merit of anv debts she may ontrart, nor will I from this date pay anv debt of'her contracting. ALEXANDER KODIN80N. January 15. H4'J. :a-3w .llsMiJiulay's lliMory of E:ii;iuiI. 5U4T ret eived this day, the Hisiory of Einjl.ind from the nctra aioo of Jamea II. by Thomas U. Macau lav. JJ75 HOOD Sc NO ULK. XOTIC'E. ffllHEUE have been .h iu ihe h audi of the inderigneJ. by B. iL ("oil's, the account due S. F. 'J rah am. for collection. Those intfiesttd will please all and settle lorthtvith--4-:wV, WM. SULLIVAN, J.P. fro IS EXT. Enijuire nt A WAREHOUSE HORN'S. WAXTEID. Ä SERVANT Uirl. Enquire et 74 IIOHN'S. TAH ! ft jjv URLS i-rime Cnroliua Tar. just received an. 1 for pale at U ß !ji 50, by D. C. TEAL, nut side B.ii.voad Dt pot, Indian- pllf. '1 ' i'A 'tJr ' iw ' V3 -.Ir .VAN C roi (lie H oiii ova! :mt1 S'ci tsi:m.;.i of sill ei vnnv "Iimmso. Cure Si itiM.Xj fiom an in jairel, w zu- t or unl.ej'.'hv t.at of ItlSINlJ fton an in t aue I, w f.t in- t r unt-ejt'liv i trie i-i neu or vital sysuai. 1 he a:.:)i.ri i e,i nrpte ;-'critt-d results hi.-li li:i e I , t) Bchltn J tlilk Mil hoi1' iterftil di.-covert ol the Tn hteriou v t i - t laU in i-m : n litrlis , has ii.d'ice I the piopiletoi lo t-Nteii.i ' I' t now !.-,! e of tit v'riiies, tint the th"u--n !s ho a:e n-w eeileti-g l t on(1 i u noca t rt Inf. inj y bt c me jnrtakirsol r acktiiw k-.lej tu,.. titt ail-.l be restore 1 ti th- v j- neft 1 Ita'ti n--d h.tppiht ; Christi rs Galvanic Heft H s t een f ro o tnoed l y m;;iy di-diugnhed ' j iri.iis both Li Eu ope it'l l the L'nUr 1 S-'a'c. t'i b.- t'-e m.f mfVa-Vv nci.einnl 'i- the i-i rv im tir vital vU'a. Tl--a:.:ii.hi cocrrq tf te ape It i a 1 a-itiiut inn -ince ot - rr ai iii.i; s ic lo procure the hiplievt 1. rie'-c:al le-ti't.. iin I it ix .,;t.rced lhal ffvr intention hav ever l eih o perfected and tu cut.rttv sutcetsful i urn I II I . 1 1 i MM'il i h perf.-ft an-t Cl-r! -, lurmt in n't md'i r f frl. r 1 t!e! i: it Iim wlnever c;.tis. a f at iie. .'ren"hetiin ti.e weakened f ys. tn, ;IM. I i r, v i,r :.t: n j th -t;o !x. Fi'., crump, 1 1 tu miifism. ru,. or n;roi ic, t iJ.-pM . jum ;o. .nn t iv rstsv. n.- tigetion, t n;pM.t. tirmois, tnf.ieni of -i -Is. p: lifainn ' tho heart, apo; bxy, ti ii;.l'i:i, pai:i iM ihr rl.t an ! !.!e, liter cciu plailit. dise;t.-s of th- ki In vs. v..i.c I cionvl int. nd rnixetnte of th' pi!le, l.ip complin:, p.iMn-., ir .1 a 'I i.ttujun e. iea-et alie fioiü oti ir.ip'e cau' n Vranji m i.t rf th tiervou t lem otijz hit, cr ii h it e, a i v e left o t thfin excent t' mcr- ise the dittca-e, tor drn; hut es'-en the tttem; w! :le under tin; itrei .g'henif hf jt- itnlijn- it.ll-i m r- of (Ja V3u nt..l a't'a SUCceeflu hi- -f. wi the na'h nt is re-'or.-l to I.Ir.m rt 1 v tiro- oMy hy the ronwaid nppli Jin.i of Dr. Cht isli -'s hN tat.ij l'.t.l'. " I'fulta-ry tud jfe-.t Ivjuty of c;ui,tie's liilvaric Bid .Mi.gnetic cti'Htives ronvist hi tl-e fart ilü t -v cuic dxMve I v ott r1 pplicdMon, inkte td of th usimI mo "e" I ('ruggins ? !! piij ticking the patici.t t:il cxLausted na'ue sinks under the in diction. They strengthen the while sys'em. n power possessed I r na other reiiie-Jinl nent exrept lt"unini. Siii-c th ir iitrtlii "io i into the United St ites. m- ie linn 3'.'.W) pei tv.f, ir.r lu 'mg ch:! dren.nnd ladiiscf nil (!axes,have t;eu the lecijuti.ts ol t!.e;r benefit. Dr. Christie's Galvanic YecJdaccs Are worn tor II comp ninrs a rl'ec i n t'.e thro-t or hcai for any infl:mti 'ion ol the throat, ie-tJat b. dir.ihe i f ih t.ed. liror.c l.:is. neu li. ib the la-v, t.iirriet; r rnsruij in tl.r e.,r, deafness, whicli U uervo'i, urbta l'te vr-un 13 not itrcd.) il irwBTi ( uieJ. Tie Dot-ti-eur. No case of this i"!S'i''.jrt!; f. rr. pi 1 1 -t hiever hi'ed to be pes msnentlv rt iteted bv he hv .( I iiii'i.1 i lvacic nr'iclet. Dr. I li'iic-'s (nlun c Hr.ir'.-tg arc ..p.l.h.l 'olh wnstt or tn khs, B"d lire um J in r,ii ot r j r'i r i' i-ni aTctin- thel.Pit, lor straii.f, tit'inoi ol the !i.r.i!, cr a .y i.e'toi.s c-tn ; Uir.t :1--t - ini; the l-crs (jrim. i lue i wn. on ...c u wr it .t a kle. mmi the mi'gnetiu fluid is nppLi-it n t e jurt par: icu'ai l a Ucert, ti caUMi.g a ctnctn'.raticii of the hf"u rice at :he t!e:rfJ rjit. ." Smtnit Tli following is an ctnnt f-.o-, a let '.er re-i is-ed frm Mcnri. Moiely Tucker, well known Drr.irsi.-.s, Mobile. Alil arnu : ' There is a Lr. Ila-twed (Do or ot t)i inity ; in Manon. in lhi Stnte. who has use! Chrp t Ci a n-.i,: f.-nrelpt for tb jtir;o. of curieg a i;ervoMS -j u-mt li.- :i:':eci n cf t' e had Mid ntnil. L rcn the K'siH r Acitemctif. ii i er v.u - 1 or pi ysic.nl. hi arm I.e. cme in v iclenl mot .n , w I i. h perlec tly m rmiircll; flu Ha tried th tJilmnic Bn.di t, wrh t1 e m. pneiic f uid, fcnl st itli such mi eis, that M.ce thirti-ie (four rrtun'.hs tfiO) he Li ret had a i'.'le au a- k, nl l.o i.'li be i ; travel!. J lo Cmcinn li. : d tl ere took an -otive Jait in the Ji'iti" cnu of a It; pti! Con Tentioii. Tfrotirh fi' r-co!i:nfr.erta,ion, many of Iiis cijueint anccs have trie ; C tm, and tt i i, pood suece s. Tru'y io ir, MtlstLV St TUCKER. Mobile, Ala., -JJi 5ejt., lrjT. During the inct thiee yiars these rcmatkalle curativn have never liiile-t, h'-n Ls- ! ue or Ü115 to iL mil ; n-l j n A't- ctior whirb ariornp-:; them I: u absolutely ;i:.posi' I-; tht the c-a do the s!ich-et barm. ifSo lti-onveniviif.- w h tevtr s'.'.fnh their ute, and tbey r-iiy be ri ty tl.e most !'; ite . ih t!;r rao-t perf.-ct e- sei nJ isle'y. la Let, li.e seiiMTiou a;teiidi t!i ir us, is Aii'Ji'y pltaturab'c FfilCLi: The Ga'vanic Celt. ... ... J..tec i. The fjalvanic Neekla-', ... ... Oi sck. Tic Gilvanic Bracelet, 2.j.ir. The Magnetic Flui l. ....... 1 a i.o'tlw. CIUJO.Y. Beware of spurious lnviatioi?. All b.iiiOCfS coamuiiicalioiis s! on! 1 leal '.reed to O. C. MOItEIIEAD. M. D., r"2 I. t .d.vav. New York. .lUTiioiiizun .inr.YTs. PAVID CRAIGHEAD, Drng t, 1 n.: ianapo it. II. MA V.N ARD, Vt.lion. TT-lwt '-.. 1 r - i: IX qUAUT EXOTTLKS. For Piiiifyiu the I!Iok1, :ml for r.ic tu t' 1 Scrofula, Rheumatism, Stubborn Ulcers. Dyspepsia. Sa!t Rheum. Fever Sores, 1J ysipclas. Pimples, liües, Mer curial Diseases, (.'lifantcus r -plions. Lirer Con plaiit, Bronchitis. Consumption, Female Complaints, Loss of Appetite. General Deli'ty. re. raMIIJ Fiopne'-ort h.e spent m;i-h inie in hriuginc tl-it j-rc; -SL tun of SSjtrsapa'illa to itt jnesent st lc ol perition ; ar.l the experience of fourtet n tears hi fi;Miihe.l tLera tl mast ml pie oppoitimitv to study, in their vari..ui form, t1 e l:sea-es lcr j wl-.ich it is reeommen le-i, eni to a t.tpt it exactly to their tclitcf it nd cure. Patients who uih a rtaüy good rn-iüclne ait in i'f i to tive it a trial, atut aiify t li -:i . - Ives t.! i. ru ;.ei ioi i;y , ar.J tie mva u::t'le. propc-ty tt poers or" ri etinc: B!il coring dteaie. The bott'c tts btc:i tn'-r ;e t) hol I one Qicrtf.t nd in ill rfetit iinprovid form s.ifely el.i iin to be the bt-t E-ut ekrvpett medi. cine of the ajr. Its pm-os to the fame it has a'.;aiiie.l n ay b traced by a 1j;i line of Jac's auJ eure-, tb tt s'and as la'idn:ark mil beacons for tie ir.vaül, pnir.ling the way to t' e haven cf health, an I what it li3 already uuuc lot '.So tt.onsani ho I used it. it i Cüpa'ile f doi.ti; fot the i;nl ions slid suflerirfr unl ptiupplinj ith disease. It purife, cleanses, and streiigthera the lountam fcprin!s of life, and iufutes i.e .f vigor throughout the whole animil frame. Re markalle Cur: of Bronchitis. 'Nrvv VoK. E.b. 17. 14?. Miism. StDi: Htivifit; :iTercd many year w ith a disease of my throat, nrt'ertinr ihe lr 11 x, during which time I was tn-p'.ca I t the most distiiini'he.l phyiictan in Europe a:i I the United iiate. without rerenrinj eiiv pe: inanent 1-er.et.l, 1 ot n'l the tin.t j hit eeneral healtii and trengiU oe.-l.tiii ml i!ie kiike-se mak.11.7 ; fta'ful piotess; caat'c apl.c:.;iotis i n ustJ, und HhaMwr i el? Mb t' o'itlht nrnst tt!:' :eft fir p!o !tici"jr a ue ; lut 1 n conti lent fe deplo-rfite Utnt-on 1 w " m,'li tarytlgitia It.r j ncrompaiiiei w i'h j'.thi-is and g'e.il f.iii ui'y iu lirat 1P, would ioon hnve ternunatid ri I le. i.:.d I not obtained relict' through the me-tmm of you r i v a :ua -le aisapaiil ;,. I ntuM uv. gcntii. men, w hen I commence I umii ihe aisnpnri la I cid not fCe miichconliJd.ee n i s vntih-s; and this v.iil not mrjrn you, vheu ton p re i-forin-.! I h -l 1 1 i. 1 in in- 1 1. j:i ?".f; 'tirler ent r. - die dmiiij Ue p !.-i.r ye:, tvitho .tt anv i-ioof. : 1 ut tf'tr takiar vour ar.ip..i ilia a b.-w weeks,! wa? oUi-red at Uitto t ieli t eviJt nee. Tht ina'velious peci:i ; has i.it oalv relievel btit ciird rne ; a:.d I t'.t rtl't-re tl ii;k it my duty, gentlemen, tor the benefit of fnilenu,; bumi ii'.v, o g:ve yoa this atteftation of my cure. Your, very tru.y. D. PARENT. Coos'i'a-e of France in the United States. The above s'..?ement ar.i signature were acknowledged in. cgr picstnee by Mr. I). Parent as true. I'or the Consul Ji-neraI of France New York, Feb. 17. lle. L- IiOItli. Vice Consul Tlie fi.!jowi' p testiii'or. y from Kev.Jchii irigjj. la.e Ucctor of tte Church of tho Crucirision in thi. c Ity, romr.ti ds itself tu tkc at tention t'f the lüirtet. Nuiiifioiii en tiiictts of cures of vari ous di ae ejected by this medicine are alirost daily received. Messrs. tixrs : A member ol my ianuit hs taken jour valu able Sarrtar!l a hu" a .-ete e scrolulj.it aTection, Vc, with the most ben- fciI cdect rrsuti it: trom rs use. It pires a e vei r gre.it pleaiue tj r ror! oy testimony i;, behalf ol iu virtue aci tffi-a.-), hoping ttiat oth r may le induced 10 mL a trial of n. New York. May M.I?!. JOHN ClUQ;. Prepared and oll. wholesale retailjy A.B.&D. SANDS. Druggist and C'heniis'.i, 10o F'utfcn street, corner of William. New York. Soil M-o by Drngzis genera le throughout l Ii t mien . 'it ts dua canauas. S5 00- Price $1 per loiile : sii l o.tlei for HAVID CRAIGHEAD, A't-n', In.tisnnpolis. eb 1-T7 3m DEME (fI,ri AVE been appointed agents for tui sale of Ilolbroek f Ca.' School .ipmrctus, a supplv of which I ts n been rtceivbd consistin ot oirer hs. ttlhiiicii, s.i.ali g'-olw-f, cou.etrictl formt and i his, nur.eri.-al Taints. &.C-. to be soli at manufacturer1 prices, which are vert low. Teat h"ii aid others are rer pect fully invited to call ond t xanmie. 6i I," sT E IIS. Ci.r5lTrAc. rilIIE sat scribers will urni-h.st all times, f esh oyster?, rtn, Jl and other edible., cooked as desi.ed, at a moment's notice, in ft style no' t. be surp..;l in t" e c.tv- II t the Confectionery, a few doors west of Rat 's bote!. Washington tieet. .SO tl I WIS At HAYNF.S. 31'ST receike.t, the Koigi-rv, Jau.f' la-' 'otet. 67 HOOD i. N'OIILP.. AO S K S . 1 HEREBY give nctM-e that on Moii!rty,the l-th flay of Februar net,l will apply I. Hie i; iveroor o! In.lui.a tor Itie anpintent of mint at the hills r.l Ihn nlnn lit rr. 3. E. MtUU. January 27. l. ij. 7ä tFi -.-ir 50 KAÜS Pnme RioCotlee, wry low. ol . fc W. MOOE. Oft.ce M. At. I. Kailuwd Couijunv. Mad i sun, Jn 3f . "s.'.a- . 7o r W. N. JACKSON. Sec'y. ("1 ENTLEM EN'S Halratl bt)le. .direct fru New Yorll W ni.mut-ic;uied to t rilcr. jut ret.eited.at HOUN 40 OOEL Women an.l Cl.ildn n. modelled by Hdiace Msyhew can b. ha I at the Bookstore f HOOD i NOBLE. T 'Hi: Oreat Hogfatty ll.ainonJ : bv r. M . 1 hsrkerst . author cf Viin'y Fur; jr.it recHtfi by HOOD N03L1. 6T " m ..--"T -n C A P A P TT m Mm 'r'i Ii'-'