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Official. W aro indebted to the Secretary of the Navy fir the following very interesting letter just received from Commodore Jone. They were forwarded from 3IazatI.in by our consul, IMr. Parrot, thence across land to Vera Cruz, and transmitted to Pensacola, thence by mail to Washington : No. 4i Flag-ship Ohio, Sa: Francisco, December 23, 1 84 -3. Fir: My letters from ftos 'Si to 4'2 inclusive, despatch ed Irom Monterey by Linit. I.anman, and from this place by the Lexington, will fully inform you of the operations rf the Fciuadron unce our departure from the tiulf of Cal ifornia. Nothing material has occurred fince my last date. !) serlioji.- are leg frequent, the Ohio having lost but one oiiirf) her arrival here, and I think the disposi tion to deceit i not no peneral ; but that nny he owing to tlin inclemency of the s.-nson, which, for a while, must nippend the digging and washing for gold, except by such persons &s are most amply supplied with good houses, and all tht necessaries of hie requisite for a win ter's campaign in a riid climate, nfTording nntliiug for the use of man tut gold. Inert dible quanties of gold urt even vet daily collected ; and scarcely a jek clapnet without some nw discovery of the precious metal more stattlui than any previous one. It is nid that a tinall p;trly of live or six persons, a few dtys pst, struck upon a pocktt, as they term certain deposit's, from which, in two days, they 'obtained $:0,000 of pure gold ! I have been living on nhoie at i?an Francisco now two week?, and have had ample opportunity for examin the subject, and 1 am more than p'llisfit-d that the disposal of I the gold regions in tlm territory or Calilorma is the best, if not the only practicable disposition that can be made of them in the present disorganized state of society out here. The worst forebodings of evil consciences upon the want of certain and energUic adn:ini'ih!:)M ol justice in this territory are utmost realized. Wohin the three Inst weeks we have ten. tin ncccunts of fifteen murders. In one instance an entire household of ten persons a re spectable ranches his wife, two children, and fix ser vants. The man, whose name was Heed, had been very successful in the diggings duiiug the summer, and had returned to his home, near Santa Barbara, with a large amount of gold. His house was surprised by an amud party, and the whole family, as above Mated, were bar barously murdered, and the house rifled of is golden treasure. The perpetrators of this horrid deed are still at large; of the other five esse., f ur are highway robbe ries, committed on person returning from the gold mines. In a word, I may pay with truth, that both persons and property are in cure in California at this time ; and I am iorry to add that, in nil cases of outrages and violence, us yet discovered, emigrants from the United Stales, dis banded volunteers, runaway sailor, and deserters from the army and navy, are believed to be the perpetrator. The mutinies, attended with murder, to which I allud ed in my letter . 43, have been fully confirmed, and not without wood reason has caused much uneasiness to shipner of g ld from the coast. To guard each and every vessel sailing hence with largo sums in gold dust, w( u!d require every phip of the navy. The best that I can do is to keep the vessels of this squadron at sea as much as possible, plying between the ports most frequented by our mercantile marine. En closed is a copy of a circular (No. G) which 1 have found it necrssarv to issue and make public, in the hope that it miy luve some tendency to prevent a repetition of s-ucli act ns have recently occurred on honrd the English tcbooner Amili i and the Chilian baique Adelina. A recent arriv ;tl Irom Cailao reports that tho Adelina had been taken into that port, and that the mutineers, eight in number, were promptly ( xecuted. 1 bad received a request from the governor of Valpar aiso, through Mr. Moorhad, our consul at that port, to nrret and safe-keep the Adelina phould I be fortunate enough to fall in with her on the Mexican coast, where it was supposed the mutineers might take her. 1 have trie honor to !, vour obedient servant, Til OS. AI. C. JONE Commander-in-chief U. 3. Naval Forces, Pacific Ocean. The Hon. John Y. Mason, Secretary of the Navy. P. S. Since the above letter was written, we have ac counts of more murders on in the town ol Sonoma, and another in the vicinity. December , Hid. The Veto Powek. We have rarely seen a strong er and more eloquent argument in favor of the veto power than appears in tho following extract from Mr. Preston's (whig) speech, delivered in the Senate of the United States in January, IS 12, on Mr. Clay's resolu tion to abolish the qualified veto : The Executive was elected by the people of the United States ; and was the only representative that wan not, in the nature and design of the consti tution, elected with regard to any particular section. The delegation of the other Houe were pcctional; the President was not, and, in one sense, was voted fr by the whole people, and ns a co-ordinate branch r f the government. The President was elected for f )ht years, the Senators fr six. II? was re fpor.Mble; thev'were not. lie was import-liable; they were not. In rder to make up his in nd, he (Mr. Preston) would v look back to tho convention, and see what were their feelings then with regard to the eto power. It was acquiesced in as a thing almost indium- ible, except a9 to the extent.of tho limit-it ion. Those; who were called upon to frame the constitution acquiesced in it; and in all the debates in the States where conventions were called to discuss the constitution, there seemed to bo a tulence, or an acquiescence, that the veto power was nefssary in many case!. What siid the eloquent Patrick Henry ? He sen rely devoted a word to it; and of all the powers in the constitution, this one seemed to, pass the least contested. Ho held the period t be past when they could amend the consti tution, except tor gross evils w hich could net be avoid ed by incidental legislation ; and that instrument should not be touched but with the greatest caution. Let the constitution &tcnd where it was; it was a sacred ond valuable instrument, and was consecrated by the loftiest emotions and the purest patriotism, and for it ho hid a f-uperstitious regard. Put did evils txist in the constitution? Had the wor.tng of it shown that thT" were provisions tn it which had a tendency to prostrate the prosperity of tho country ? Could not they set along with it as it was? Anterior b) the present administration, in ti period of fifty years, the veto poAer had been exercised twelve times. Put what was the exercise of this power Gentle men could not certainly be aware that, so blight had been the effect upon the public prosperity, tho fact was hardly known that the power had been e often exercised, until it was dug up from the muty records. General Washington exercised the power twice; his full proportion, in point of time, and once for each term. The very stitement of this truth was a vindi cation of its exercise, for nobody would say that the Father of his Country would have, exercised it im properly. One of these vetoes was in his first term, end the people re-elected him. Mr. Madison exer ried the veto power four times twice for each term. No evil resulted from it. Mr. Monroe exercised it once, and General Jackson five times. What had been the judgment of the country on all these vetoes, good, bad, and inditferent? Why. that all who re horted to it, except three Presidents the two Adam Fes and Van Puren who enjoyed but one term each. were re-elected. The effect of the veto was, to keep them where they were; it was conservative, and this was the rock on which he put himself upon this ques tion. The state of this case was this: the present Congress differed with regard to the policy of the country from a former Congress. They enacted a law which altered the existing state of things enacted by a previous Congress; but suppose, as the issue is to be made up, that it is a question between their wisdom now and their wisdom six months ago, or the wisdom of Congress five years ago and tho wisdom of Congress forty years ago why, the President, by his veto, decided in favor of the wisdom forty years ago, instead ofthat which now exists ; and gave time for eerious consideration. He would not cgroe to amend tho constitution for nny rca?on whatever, however 6ore he might he from the rcminifcences of the past. That should not enter into his argument. He was a party man, and had on many occasions done many things which he should not have done up on reflection, and so. ho presumed, it was with the other members of the Senate; for many measures which they conceived to be right, were, in the heat of the moment, adopted ; but. when the delusion of par ty had passed away, and exhibited these measures in their hideous aspect, they then felt that their pro ceedings ought to have been tempered by deliberation and a respect due to their station." Ccre for Inflamed EYE8.-r.mr boiling water on gome elder flowers, and steep them like tea; when A large portion of the lands of Wisconsin are now in the possession, of foreigners, a single one of whom owns 20,000 acres. The Governor, in bis message, puggests the propriety of the LegieUtur? representing the subject to Congress. -..U ..t ma f..,,r ,trnn of laudanum into a small : ir lue laar. nscai venr, -jo.uu. glass of the elder flowers, and let the mixture run in- 7ol. lotal e.xpend.tures, 13 270. Ihe expense of to the eyes three or four times a day, which will be- ' insuring in this company is nb-.ut three-fourths the, come perfectly stron in the course of a week, if this , charge of other compante-, and id annually diminish. ii i.f : inrr. Goshen Democrat. icuicuy its tonsiauiiy appucu. , " From a Corretpondtnt of the Chronotype The Califoi niti Fever in Hornby Let ter front i:tli;ni Spike. IIoknhv, January 30, 1810. Mister Rite: We i all bit here! The Kally forny fever is broke out all over town, an raphes paowerfully hydro'oby, fluin?yinzy, or chin-couoh is nothiti to it. Kernel Pea body is gone crazy as a coot, an elder Jinkins preaches every Sibbathihy about the ;old of Ufer nn the pavements of the new Jerewsaleiii. Father's oifercd the steers, tew shotes, the old ho.c.s nu half dozen ,jin at less than haaf price, an he swears if he can raise the money he'll strike aot.t for the digsjins, sliort Mieter. Mother's eenjist wooned to tlctii about it, nn has had father bled three times, nn his a rriiMard jxdtU on his feet ever) night, Impiii to draw the notion aout, on him. Put he keeps gettin n better very fast, an raves about Sacry mentors, Fransiskers, Sin Jewuns an Hoony visters, like all posj-est. LaB ni-jiit the "Hornby and Knllyfbrny Life an health as-s(shiated m.mtooal indewrance Company" held a rneetin in Ltbhy's bar room, tu organise an kinder fix things aout. Joel Spike, Esq. a cuzzeu of mine was cnih d to the cheer. On takin the clieer, Joel came aout etroii, nn done himself credit able. "Feller townsmen and neybors," says Joel, says he, a bowin an scrnpin all the time "this here is a L-poek ! es-sir-ee, pays Joel, a raism lua voice "a e-pock, I say ! It provos peripter,' says he. 'D't't we read of a time when plaow s'iares shall be beat into prutiiii hooks? which is the same tliini as pick-axes an means the yonlden age. Pin not a profit," says Joel, says he, "nor a son of a profit, nor even a fortieth ctizzen jinn.in t a profit ; yet 1 venter to predicate the time near when we shall awl eat hasty-puddin with ioold spoons! Then," s:iys Joel, Hiy$ h "then will the millc'iiurn etin; the mountains of the Lord's hon- shall be the mountains of Kallyforney ; the lion shall lay daowti with the sheep, a lectin child sliall be born in a day, an every body shall have a pocket full of tin. Amen seeler!" said Joel, a windin up his purroration, nn sittin daown amidst a ferfect hurrykane of applause an sereochins. Insine Tiibby next rerd to the nss-socialion some extracts from the papers. The fust set forth how the ship Humbug was a comin hum with a hull mounting of goold in tow, a weithin ()i0Ü-il lbs. 4 screwple.s nn 12 drams, ever dewpoize, and sixty-tew carrots fine ! This great mak of preshun oar.it was stated, was sent on pot-mortem, as a present to ginerul Kushing, by some of tin; )ot-in-tates of Ofer, on ac count of his bavin broke his vr in tlie sarvico if his country, besides introducin a new kode at' millinpta ry disciplin. Another nccacunt told how 3lr. Iarsy sekertary of littygatiou to the treasury had got forty-five barrels of goold dust berrved in a shapper awl, and darsent leave it, and had oetitioned tho in tra! ourt nn blister Polk for a plate td Krk nn bans ; but that it. hadn't passed the legislator y ft, on necaount of Mister Kulh'Mmd want in to introduce tho Wilmo't pervis into the bill. Several other neeaounts, equally impertinent, was read, when a full detail m as pj il.o best way of jjoin t the Elder-Had jr. Some was for ir'dn round Cape horn, while others stuck to Kape Kod ; and Enos Jinkins, who went aout a tnackril fishin last year, an was proper sea sick, stuck to tho overland raoutc threw Varmount. Witlmut any conclusion, the meeting adjourned. Yours, truly, ETHAN SPIKE. Jinoo.uu" Iii. PJ o'clock, ) P. S. .Merrydian. f Eider Jinkins has gone! He's only b"en gene abaout L" minutes. Ho was not sartin as he slionld go furlher than Portland, but might c on to Kally fornv A ;ood mativ turned ttoot to te? the Elilor off, an, as t he newspapers say, he carried the best wishes of the koinmutuiy with him though lion Ivyer the kome-outer said he didn't bleve they'd keep half the way aout an he advised him to get em put up in tin catinister; line as they dew lhsters and jjrecn cru. Ilaowsever, every body shook hands with tho Eider, an united in s:nin the folierin paradox, mado by the schoolmaster, who, as the Elder once said "bhows a decided piushunt lor pig-ass-uss :" "Prom Hornby' orful mountains To Knll)foriiy's strands, Where tviery-mentt-r river Is thick with gooldeu Bind. What though the nor west breezes Imow some o'er licthel hill, An likewise also freey.es ThiT wheel at .Spooner's mill. See Elder Jinkins goin I'm nslmtr.rd on't mister Kite, but I'se forgotten tot her stanzis. but they was fust rate, und made eve rybody cry. Pii try and get the schoolmaster to send you a copy of tho hull. E. S. A Witt. Knliiit:: rro. A Mr. Wetherford, Slmrilf of ISrhuylcr coiiuty, ?Iissouri, s iys the Hannibül Jour nal, and ex-ofhcio Collet tor of the County I'evcrme, conceiving a tlesin to cheat the Commonwealth out of some sVJJUO, w hich he had collected, left the money in the care of his wife, part in silver and pirt in paper, with the declaration that he would be ione several days, and enjoined upon her that she should permit no one to stay all nipht at the house during his absence. At night, a. traveller, rather an aged man, applied for entertainment. The woman, at first re-fusing, under instructions of her husband, was finally persuaded to permit him to remain. About 11 or VZ o'clock, the same night, ome persons demanded entor ance into the house, and upon being permitted to come in, thev were found to be disguised ns negroes, and immediately demanded money of the woman, which they Faid they knew was m the house. The woman handed them the paper money. They told her thero was also niiver money, w hieb she must surrender. She replied thnt she wot. Id l'o up stairs, (where tho trivcller was lodging,) and get it. She informed the old prntleman id" the täte of things below he told her to take one of tl e two pistols which he had to put the money into her apron, with the pistol concealed behind it, and when either of the robbers came f irward to take it, to fire, ond he wouhl save another of them with the remaining pi-tol. She did as instructed, and one of them fell dead at her feet. The old man fired, and killed another, ami th? third made his escape. Upon examination, it was found that tho guilty hus band had fallen by tie' band of his own wife. Thus it is that a mysterious Providence, even in tills world, metes out punishment to thoc who transgress his laws. Cincin nali 7 V mcs. Conorfssiovu. Rrroins. 'J'he position of an offi cial reporter to Congress is delectable. T.Ir. Downs, of Louisiana, feeling himself greatly uggrieved lately, by a very trilling error in the I 'n inn's report of certain onimportant remarks of hi? in the S'-'inte, took occasion in his place to assail the reporter in no measured term-;, expressing the hope tle't the Vnim would see proper to employ souvbody who could write English. This is a very useful hint, ns reporters are obliged occasionally to report gentlemen who are un able to speak English. Wc turn over the Union of the next day to find what notice was taken of this unprovoked assault; but no word was found, except from the reporter, who meekly explained how the mistake happened, care fully abstaining from an expression that could indicate a petise of the injustice done him. Would Mr. Dowrs have made so free with n piper or reporter independent of the Senate ! The Union is paid for reortino; it? debates; and tints, with men of certain ideas of chivalry, is reason enough for rudely assailing it and its reporters. They think they can do it with impunity. We have nothing to d with the concerns of our neighbor, but wanton at tacks upon the Press, its conductors and reporter?, aro ton common among members of Congress. These gentlemen should remember that very few of them, indeed, would be known beyond the cushioned seats thy occupy, but for the good ofiiccs of the Press. Xatinnal lira. Inmana Mutual Fikf. Ixukance Comtanv. I This institution in its objects, benefits and manage- j merit is nn honor to the State, and deserves the pat- ronage of our ritizeiH. The whole "jnownj I prop- , eny ar ris u i,v. ow. ? 'V' 1 uiai h.lvi?) A State in bad Hetute. The State Librarian of Wisconsin refused to deliver to the clerk of the As sembly arsupply of enrolling paper, on the ground that he had ' trusted Wisconsin long enough.' The Li brarian was removed. Attempt at Murder. The Danville, N. Y., Chronicle gives prt'u- lar8 of a moat brutal attempt by a man named Mates ! to murder his wife, in the town of Springfield, in ' Livingston county, a few days since. Some ytars i ago, in consequence of his abusive habits, she had separated from him, and since the separation he had frequently threatened to kill her. There was art exhibition in the village a few niülds since, and Pales, thinking that he had teen his wile enter ihe house, proceed d to the hall, wiiere quit ? a number of ladies were assembled, and looking around upon the company, inquired if his wife wns theie. HeceiviPg a negative answer, he commenced e.am-j ; illg the fices nf the ladies, raising the veil or turning i the head of each one to cet a fair view ot her fea- tures. (.ommg at last to Ins wife, ho seized her by :the arm, drew u dirk knife from his pocket, mid gae jher several stabs in the left brer.st, driving his knife fiercely at tho heart until he w as satisfied that he had struck its vital part. The women screamed and lied from the room, and liats succeeded in escaping from the house be fore the alarm reached the men in that vicinity. He was immediately pursued and found in a bnrtt adjoin ing the tavern, whither he had gone for a horse to make his escape. He still held the bloody knife, in his hand. He was disarmed and bound, without any further resistance. II; expressed the hope that his wife was dead, and said there were two other women whom he wished to kill, when he could go to the gallows contented. The wretch is now in jail at ticnessee and his wife is recovering frnn l.cr i w ounds. Ei OFF.MENT Extkaoudinakv. On Friday evening last, a mo-t verdant youth by the name of Geo. lr. Dean, was arrested n a charge of potit larceny, in stealing Ihe cluthin' of a man's wife with the wife in them. The circumstances were as follows: A Air. Ransom Calkins, residing in the town of Kieh land, Oswego county, being a farmer, hired a young man to work for him. Tho vouuir man has been in his employ for about a year, and it seems, Airs. Calk ins took a strong fancy to him so much so that they eloped together. The husband followed them, ami traced them into Madison county; thence into Oneida county ; to Utica, and finally to this place, where he found them ; they were passing as man and wife. Tho husband of tho woman caused the stripling to be i arrested; when he was brought out f r examin ilion. , '. . . r., " ... ,,! i. pou an invcdiigatiun or tue case, me boy was tuio he would bo discharged upon condition he enlisted himself in tho United States service for five years. He seemed pleaded with the condition of this sen tence, and agreed to enlist ; and in charge of ihe of ficer went to the barracks and enlisted. The woman is a smart, buxom locking l ie-s, ab ut 14 years of age, and when she learned what the hoy hnd done, wept mot bitterly, and said she would have him at the etui of his enlistment, if she h id to travel to the end of the earth. The lid is he' ween IT and IS yearn of age, and his attachment seems equally strong. He s'iys he will huve htT tt hf,ii his timt is otlt. However, 1 .Mr. Calkins tok his wife home, wh'-ie they will no- donbtedlv remain in peace at least, till the expliution of five venrs. The boy will ho kept in conlineioent I at the barracks until this moriiino-, when he will be al lowed to parade our streets dres,ed in his tidy blues. Siru ust' Star, ... 27. Miss DiX. It gives us great pleasure? to publish ; .March (Iih.iit 7 o'clock. All Sons, Daughters, and Ci the loll w irig resolutions of the tate of North Car- ; h.ts of Temperance, with tloor families, and such friends ohna, in honor of .Miss D. L. Ihx, one of the most j a" ti",y ""' drnre, are i..it. d to attend, distinguished philanthropists uf ancient or modern' y oider of th l';'''- (Journal ok-at: copy.) J1. LUU1 LU, K. a. times; v i ij Whereas the General Assembly of the tate of j DIC1I5, North Carolina, now- in session, has witnoFed with Vt st raw town, V b. l'.Mh, Jane M. Colip, ouiiRst profound admiration the zealous bib rs of .Miss ). L. : daughter of J. Coin.. The deceased was born at Indiau- 1) ix, of Pi'Ston, in the cause of the "suff ring insane' j within our borders; and w hereas this body is desirous; of testifying its respect and gratitude for the enlarged 1 j Philanthrop) which has prompted thee labors ; It IS liolied. Tint tht thanks t,f tlie people of this , , , , . ! . io .iaie are uut, Jiuu u:rougn uns tituerai .tsseutijiy, reprtsentng the people, are hereby tended to that amiable Christian philanthropist, for her sdf saori- i flcing deotion to the cause of those unfortunate sons1 and daughters of North Carolina whose claims hhe j has so ably nnd eloquently rrged. licsnlctd Jin thrr , 1 hat his exctlieiicv the govern or be requested to transmit to p.liss Ihx a tojiy of the above preamble and resolution. Adopted unanimously, Pccember PJ, 18 IS. CALVIN (ill A VPS, Speaker .Senate. POUT. II. (ilU.lA.M Speaker House of Commons. V LSTEKN IjA.ND ILoL'Tt TO LA t.l ,'OKNT A . . lltC r , ft .1. number of the Cincinnati Aths has the following 'As the month of February has now arrived, and i a few weeks the i-iurney may be commenced, by ... r . -. . . . . ie way of Hatte river, it is nn infested that those in tl w ho are now about to go, should take the merhhid n . ... 11)111'. .'V III' IUI lilt 11 I l III VU W 113 II IV U1JI 3 c-im, that ho was going tu California to tell goods. "How art. you going ?" "Oh, 1 am going by lau, over the mountains. I hive sent my goods by Cipo Horn; but I shall go by land. It is much the best way." lie wa right. From Cincinnati to Sau Francis co, by the travelled route, is about ,ötl mile?. With good horses the whole journey may be made in U0 days, and the route is so well known and guides ho easily procured, that it is both safe and speedy. fi.rtii.w M tivnnlv ninl thirK. well nrineit. vviili hil 1 ......,! ....... .......1 ..j ...... .1...- . , ' : J : " . ......... horses to ehatiije. and carry some Ii!.it provisions, make the journey with the greatest ea?e. It is noth- imr eomnared with the iournevs made bv the mer- s j . 0 chants of Egypt, Tyre, and Rome, in travelling over tl.e fand- und plains of Asia and Africa." Wabash and Kkif. Canal. It appears by a cir cular revently issued from the ollicor of this company, that three important divisions of the Canal, embra cing a little over ü( miles of the mam line, (from Coal Creek to Newburv,) the estimated aggregate cost o " which was S7iX,171.rl, have been completed, or are under contract for completion, at an actual n;-gre- irate cost of S1SI,71'J 77. There are now employed laborers, and an directive force, equal to 1730 men on the entire line from Coal Creek to Point Com- merce. The force couth of Torre flaute is r0 men, and an eFoctive force equal to l'Jlo men. The Erie Canal of New York is WW miles in length. Tl.e Wabash and Erie Canal, when finished to the Ohio Iliver will be Ii7." miles in length, in In diana, and including the eastern end of it which lies in the State of Ohio, will be A-rJ miles in length from Tnleihi tn P.vnn&villr ihe 1. . lernst Tnnnl in rim fTniti.,t St rites. I The second instalment to th advance of AS'OO.OOO is payable on the first day of February, 18PJ, and by i order of the Hoard, the third and final instalment is r'cu:red to be paid on the Is day of July, 13 10. .Y. , Y. Jjur. of C.orn. I Mr.. Clay's Position. The Urooklyn Eagle says: j We havt? it in black and white from .Mr. Clay, not i j directly addressed to us, but to eentlerr.eti whom we ! j personally know, that he goes into tho Senate In take! care of his old friends ; to set that no attempt tu the . I . r .i j . . .i i . , I part or the administration to gather round it the no- j jiartv iunuences by w hich it threw him overboard, ; to cirn-r .Mr. Criticdcn. by ! whom !i? was cornered, and to stand in Cen. Taylor's ! nxr ,iU, I'..,, T,ul,r l.tl in!, tV.r'r. !... way unless Cen. Taylor slnll tnkt conns"! from the ' old whig party ond Conduct the administration Oil stirb nrinein es ns be nm .is fr iniU rUII mii.nivp ,. , , . . o I here is no drubt that there is tin interesting time aye, a "good time coming. FitAunui.nNT Lam Wakkanis. The New York Tribune, ef Wednesday, is informed that "In a great number of cases, two bind warrmts have been obtained in the name of the name soldiers, by fraudulent discharges. This being discovered, more than a thousand caveats have been issued by the Department, annulling the last warrants issued in each Case, thus throwinir the loss tn the public, wlu have bought these warrants in gotl faith. This .. . . . .. ri ' iuuim: i;a uoiurutu puunc t uiiiit;in;e t;i ineise wnr rants ; as it is impossible to know whether nny war rant will be acknowledged by the Department. Con treas will probably be called opmi to place tho loss of those warrants where it rightfully belongs." Verv Faik. The Boston Chronotypo relates a story of a man who returned home from California with giid to the amount of sixty-four thousand dol lars, which he deposited in one of the mints. H-j took oil his old tattered unmentionables, and was about to throw them away : but hia wife, good pru dent woman, took them, and with a trilling eflort, hook twenty tlirc? thousand dollart worth of gold out of them ! Cholera at Madison ! There was a report m the city yesterday evening that several cases of cholera has occurred at Madison. We do not v uch for the correctness of this report. CLyCiy.Y.lTl, Pel. Hi, 1849. Flour. The only sale ito - iJay worth r portini was 3UI) hrls deliverable. t Law- ren el;urrh at ;J ,o, Iew Orleans inspeciion mi inmiie! Provisions A sale of f0,t)UO lbs shoulders in bulk at 3e. Nothiiit; ihm in Pork or I.:irf. Whiskey The market was rather dull to-day, small quantities' only having come in. s ih s of Hi brls Irom river at Jo o-ftc ; oJ do delivered, m 15 3-Cfc ; 10 do do vesterdaj , 00 do from store, 212 do from river in lots at L'loccr Strd A snl on Thursday of 1T)4 brla on re ceipt at $3 15 ; muH lots bring j n 3 23 on receipt, anil 3 3U a 3 4D fuun store. Prices have, if an) thing, a downward tendency. Groceries Not much done in Groceries. Sugar A sale of 12 hhds good fair at 5c. Molass'.s A sale, of 150 hi Is N O yesterday ut 25c ; 215 do from binding at p n t. Coffee sfales of 30 fks fair Rio, and 35 do do at 7c. Cheese A cale of 50 boxes good at 5c. Iiuttfr A sale of 5 hrls roll at 12. Fish Sales 10 brls No. 2 .Mackerel at $3 ; and 10 half do do at $1 2o. Dried Fruit A snle of 00 bush Apple at 52J. S'iferutus 25 caks country suld at 5c. (Unsen" A s'de of 15 brls from htoro at 25c. IAnsrcd Oil Oil is on the ad vatice, sales of 29 brls citv at 5Gc. Hhol: sale of 12 kegs at $15 50. Warp A sate of 1000 lbs Carpet at 15c Doiiirsiic .ll:irk't. New Vokk, Feb. 24, P. 31. There is a f ür demand for Flour, with salt s of 2,000 brls at ;5;5"4 t J lor flenesee. Sales of Rve Flour at $53.50. Siilejs of Ohio Whito Whe'tt at 115c, and Prime Gen esee at Pd'ic. There is more doing in Corn, and prices have an up- I Wiird tendency. 1 here M very little inquiry lor t'rovisions. r or I ork ,r ', t ; "i c,,, , . S'J:o0 h offered for rnuie and Si 1 fur .Aless. Sales of Lead at 1:42 The market for Uroeeries i quiet, but firm The. sales are only for the supply of the regular trade demand. Coti:ii ha ad v stored Jc. Sales of Treafury Notes at 110,and New Loan at l'iiiLAOELPiu., Feb 24, V. M. Sales of Cottori at Tac. Fhuir market unchanged. Sales 3.000 h;ih Wheat at lOc for Red and 115c for White. IM me. Yellow Corn 5.-.. Sales of Ileum at 175 to 0 still light The market is dulier lor Poik and Reef. Small snlcs of Pork at $H:?5al2:5i) fur country und city curtd; $10:25 for Prune and .f5lJ:."0 f.r .Mess Iteef retail sales. l';,r1 a' hjr oris and l-;r Ke;s. No change m (.'r.r.-i i, s. t'. .'o juirer. Tciiipcruiirt! A oticus .Au addres will he ilhver-l hfor .Mnrion Division, ! No. 70, S. of T., bv Ji. (J. Jon ks, on Tuesday evening, npol., and brought up in the county of Hamilton. "'.1. , , ft OTIC IS T! FA K.tIHK. ft ,lülltrr ,,iff.r ,.,,,, j w. r;al(t,Mto siou, i liNr mm!; ;dsi, Of i'n;roveil pri'inum n.i.J p'euch, hicli ;ire all '"ff vy i.t .MH.ai ..iwerinn... ami nH ui ,.,nirni 8. isl.iciof v, it ii Kobe ftur ned . and llie price rcluuiitu. j do,rn o. , , tiTl M. It. fl n-li ; du du lie 1 ituzen 3 il.i.t-ii " 3 (I .7.rH ' 'J li.ilfll " 1 ilo.t-n " (to !o i!d , tin ; 7. Pie ni nn ,xl i, 1 do !(; do itn; "1, ilij ito ; 1 ek.7.tn 'J, 1 il i.m 1, 1 In du ; lo io do: duzen " 7, If ft li.imled slerl anJ cast plough : 1 di'Zeri " . , itli t niters. Tlieso ploughs lil bi biJJ .r Cd ba at iiiniit icturers' prices, by THOMAS UIJIdT, Sign of th fled Anvil, wfstof falimr IIou." li1('.,;irt.Ti..ii, Miirrli I, 1 3 1 el A I ill I X I ST 1 1 A TO I & ' S A I . I fjpiIK. um' Tsijnt d. a hainiotrJor of tlio estate of Thomas N. fi Ml.r, 1. -.. will Oil tl.e ill l.ty f Mau-li, 1J. ut tin-W.-isliiiifjiiiii II ill, in the t'iu pi Indianapolis, Ii üt pu -ln: auc tion. :'tl tin nr-o.ia! niopprtv of tie ;o.l 'Iliüind N. MnUr. dec. - ' . . . ....... . rc.Osi.s m j.aitet a la, ol t'fns, 1 lot ol sl.ih I. ells, M wl.ips, 1 sl. iif I . I h r I !hot;'v, sin-' e l)ilrnps lr tupv,onc hittiii. mi'C!;:ne, on.' Jack. nnA v;uiuiis ot'it-r personal projiertv. T. i ins of -sal- V or lit' sunn cf tl.rt-.: dollars nit l tiii.-r, cash in "'" win t" '"l'"-'-"! : ,or i,ims ov,r, th,,e 'MUr. note at nine months it I i pprov-1 ii-rui ity, with interest from date, au.1 without aar relin whatt-vfi-f.oia v.ilu itiua or ai.i.-nuemcat Uws, will i? iciniru I. vm. sLT.Livan, A ln. in it ft rili. r i.f i'itnl uf 1' V MuiL-r .1. .ixnil ...... ...... v.,..... - - - - - P. H. Th Mot so a.iJ J.iek m.iy le JispoeJ ot at private üilc be fore t!io n ''ilar .1 iv of vth-. gf Hwia U'. S. iti:n,ii v v r i ii:il FOR MAKCII, 1819. XV. .Ham y V Co., IIa unters. C apital &5,000: s-jo.diui. .sir,(ioih VI HC INI A STATU LO I'Tl'RV. For the Vienffit of Monongalia Academy, i'üss An. 'M, for l-4'.i. To l' drawn in Alex ei'lriri, Va.. on Saturday, March 10, 1 1 It A N I M'HDII": j . jzeff jjym,,,.! do-.'U.O'HI, 1 dlS,rtX),l do 10,OOH,1 do e ,erjo , i du5,i:j,4u .n.escf !,ih.o, 4'. d Utft3.No. pnze) ioo, i.e. 7S .". Yr? V. Drawn lia'hts. Ticket $1 sliare in pniortion. Certificates of picki ne e-t '.Mi Whole TitketH o St 2d ll.itr i o do '.Hi (inarter rto 81f 0 00 t-0 10 40 CO S.bö.OOO ! VIKCIMA ".si'ATi: LOTTERY. For the Lenrfit of Monongalia Academy, Cl;m No. 40, fur ls.l To b drawn in A,,"i;' 5,arch ",1641. , j priZB nf s?.3,ooo, l .1 1 ie,oiiii, i do lo w), i'do 8,(hki, 1 do5,ooo, 1,0 4.0W). 1 ',0 -' -1 1'""" i.-oo, soiotuu,ai.c.atc. 75 -V' ldtr,-,i'. I),aun Ballots. certincatüf packapesof iVwiioieTickr to da ur Half do rickets do ft 30 00 C5 on 32 50 25 Quarter du 50,000 Do! lavs! Ä-JO.OIM! .10,000! VIRGINIA STATK LOITKIlY, For the litnvfit nf Mononpalta Academy, t0 b dran at Alt-xanrfria, Ya , on Saturday, March 24, 1849 lai , lor is Kl. ' (Hi X. Lnt!rt Kl Draim Ballots. HKIU.IANT MMIKME 1 pnzrtof $'0.000, 1 do Vü,(Ki, 1 do 10,(00, 1 do 5,000, 1 do 2,940, du 2.01.0, 10 UIZe! ol" I .) ). 10 do ;(0, &.C. &.C. J'ickeMSI- Minre-s in pfo(iroon. CtrliocHtes td packages uf Whole Ticket Do do 'ii Half dt lo d '-J tin arter ito Do do tl Uigh'h do $l.r0 0 T. 00 37 :o 13 T5 :5!,000! x'-NUMiu ! !0.000! VllICIMA S PATE E "TT ERY, For the lienrftt f Monongalia Academy, t'Us No. 4., for Is4.i. To be drawn in Alexandria, Va ,on alur lay, March 31, IS4D. CA 1 l TA LS. I priz or :t'.o, 1 ! -.o.ooo, I do lo,oio 1 do 9,ooo, I rii 8,000, j tin i um, i iio;,o'"', i uu 4,rui', i no .v-.hi. - inw ei v.ovij, nt : it-i, 2 ,i i,4eo, y d,. i,:w);;i do i,2iJ,v.wido iwtA3 .o. pnze-j o;b j r'iZSr . nn I io d jii Mali Jo ?o oo I Oo do Utiiu.rter do 30 00 1 du? 010, I 4io.r,l)UO, I do 4,(00, I do 3,-JiMl.'. rixen of ",500, 'J do I ( rderf.r Tickets runt Sh res; i ml IVriHirate of r.ick.iee in t!i liove sieii,l..l i.iirie win receive. 111 i.wi .ro.,,,i .iitei.iK.u ami anoltiii.il 'uall wh nccotiiit of e.w r drivui nenl immediately otter il is over order irom us AiIuresH J. St t:. MAUHV. Ajreni for J. W. Maury V t'o., M innrem, ISwIt Alex.iiiiirift, Virjitnia. STOVi'S, CKO., RAILS, Vr. frpilOMAS nUIST Iiuvm nil lii-tMuk in tneie lnin Ihn mniinfac 11 turern Ut r tsli, wliiih enalilet linn to hell ut leui n kahle low j iue. Tliosr lriniiiü of hargaiiui ia In line would du well to call Dt the isn of the Ked Anvil. wsjV virtno of I wo extcntu us to rut! diit;til from iheclnU'a Jijß TTlrt; of ttie Mai ion circuit couit, I will oio!.e to puMir. ' on tlie lTtli day of March, XrW, nt ti e Court II I j? thu l'n Vf ','J',"i'tlw'-. hl"r prwrnL.. j the rynt-i nnd pron'f, lor soven )ar, of tht; tullowiu House door. it by law, real sute. lo-.v il : Lot No. -,iii James H. Kay's subdit ision of square No . t3, iu the to n of Indianapolis, or so much thereof us may bo lit-cessary to satisfy sii I executions And on laibtre to realise the full amount of ju. lament, interests and cot's, I will at the same tim a-id p ac-;. eioe iht f r-imple of sai I n-al elate. Taken as I he property of Pari 1 Mallory, at the suit of Samuel Judah, nnd at the suit of J ustin Smith for use of l il. L. Smith. Hi ts (,I.H)) CH ARLK CAMPBELL. Sheriff M. C. ;itoc?i:icii:8! ltl7K otter for sale on ftvorable terms. f3 hhds choice N . tl. V Sur; II) IrU choice N. O. Molasses ; 5 hrls do do; 40 tc; Rio Coffee; In brls French Itranly : r t.rls M uoneahelj L'l.tt,. . Ml I..I, . I Ol Ü.IITII . If iv-. .... ivivi , i-f i im n in inn;'i ii. ci n.ii t ll Ok llAi CLOTHS, Caisimi'res. Caslnetts, Sntin. n few fine Calf Boots vary cheap, all for sal by HAMILTON at TAHRISH. ?Q ' A FINE asorlment Dress Goods, Delainef, tiinghsms, Carta raerrp, Print? , fcc.at HAMILTON t. FAiiIltStPS. j cr'i a 9 . i 1 irm ,i mm a 4 -j For the lU-movu! :iul IVrmuiicnt Cure of" all 'i v'ous IPi:is, ft KISINr; from an iinpriin 1, t t i!i npd or unlieattliv Ktate of 2 the iit-rvou or vital sttni. Tie; astonishing an l" iinj.ierc etntfd rr suits uhi- h have "her ,i nchievt-d by this i ew and won tlerful discovery of tlie mysterious j owers t f tnlvanism rnJ Mag lo.-.is , has induce I tl.- pioprietor to extend the knowledge of u iriiu-s, that tlie thousands who are now fnitt'erii eyond the reach of relief, ma y t ecome partriktrs of its acknow ledged bene fits and Le retored to the et juvment el I taltli and hij iiin sa. Dr. Chrislies Galvanic F.eh H-sheen prorouticed hy many lÜNtiiiuished p! -.ician-. toth in Kuropp and the United .tdte.', to the trnt at ra'u ii mriLctit.il di. everry uf the aire It is a hi autii'n! instance ol" : rt ai.linr m-h-ho' to produce the hi he-t l n. tieial results, an I it is U lievi 1 that f. iv invi iuions have ever l en ho erfectoJ und fo entirely s'.iccessnil in their results. It is ised wiih perfect and certain success in a!l cases of pi ner nl i t ility from whatever Cnnsps it may arise, strenahenin; tho t-:'keneJ rst. i-i, an 1 in vigomtin tho hoh. Fits, cr jinp, rheu matism, acue ur rlironic, t-pitejihy, liimf'.-io. puralyvis, palsy, in ditr'stioii, dy it'i.sia, tremors, stillness of" joints, jalji'.ation cd" the heurt, apoj I-xy, m titnljriii, pains in the ehest and i Je, ier coin plaint, diseases of tLff kidneys, siiiial comjdiint, and rut va'tire of tho snine, hip complaint, spasms, acd ad mrvous diseases arise from one simple carise a lieiatigcioentof thw nervous sy t-it-to- No drnjr has, or ran Jiavt-, any e.t'ect on them except tu increase tie disae, for drugs hut util-en ihe system; u hitc under the strengthening, life-giving vitalizing i-. net.ee of (ii' van ism, health succeed iisM.s and the t.aii 'nt is re-tu:ed to l.loum an 1 vigor solely hy ihe outward Application of t'r. I htHtio's l. vanic lUlt. The pfi'iilidriry at'd gre.it beamy of t'lu i-tie's Oalvanic and Magnetic curatives rotivjt in tl.e f'a t thnt t!n y eiue disease I y outward application, it, ste-id of th; uua1 niodi of druggixiti nui physicking the patient till exhausted nature binks unJcr the ia tlietion. strrn?th' ti the while ystern, .1 power ossesfd I y no other uniedial aent -xt ej t 'iiilvani-m. heice tht ir ititro-Surtion into the Unite I St ites. mut e than 30.Mii person, inrlu.'in chi! dren.juid Indies of all clashes, have l et il tlie recipients of tl.ei benefits. Br. Christie's Galvanic .'eckfact?s Are worn itr all comp ai::t a!l"ec!ir.g the tht.nt or hai .or any inrtamrnvtiou of the throat, headache, dizin- f the head, tironctiiiis. neiinilji.; in the lrn-e. Iniy.in or roorinz in tl ears, deafne&s, w htcil is nervous, ( it.'kh tht uran m iwt injurrd, is al w ays cured. TlC Dilr.riUX. No easf! of this 'istr siiiij cum;)! lint Iis ever fai!ed to te per manently rli.-vd hy he use of Christie's Galvanic article. I'r. C hrisiie's (Jalvan'C Hracel.-1s .m epplihd to the w rists or an kh-s. and are used in 'ill eases of rliuniaiini aiiVetin the hnil s, ti r at Tal ns. tt ritmri? f Ihe hai.ds, er any nur oils Co in plaint atle.l -ing th legs vr ai nis. I hie is worn on Ii wi it or ai.kle, and ihe nmirmti' il'iid is apj li.-d t t put partienl ji Iv aileottd, thus causing a Conen. nation of the inrlii' nc al the nesircd pjr.t. "rvz'GUS Spastni The following isroi -xlrr et from a I. too received from Messrs. Mos-'iy fi Turkcr, we!! know:: I)ni;'.'it. M..!ntr-. AVi'i.ma: " There is a Dr. Ilartwell ( Uo- 'oi of Divinity ; in .Virion, in this fnte. who has Used Christ i' (ju'va- ir- r.raeth-ts for the pirpoxe of cttrii1 a ntrvout painv!i- rl'ri"i ii uf ll'e hmi'1 rod nrmi. Uj'on the h-iNt eeit. n:e:it, either mtnt .1 rr physical, hi ariii he came in iol.nt neat ion, wl i h w-a ur!.ctty n coiifr Ihlle. He tried 1h.- (i lvaiiic Lr n ek , w i-h ti e in: ir n tic Ituid, find with nidi sii'CH'i, tl;a( i:c: thrif time (lour months reo) !. has not had a singie attack, blthoiiti he l as travel!. -d to ("iiicmni-ti, ai.d there took a.i active put in th ex-iti!i g scenes of a II i ptUt C. u vention. Ti rough Ii. I a cr.Tr.mrriendation, m;.ny ot t.is a.-rjUaiT.t aaees have tri.-.l i.m, an ! wi'i. good s'iec . Tni'v toutv, MOSK.LY &. TLTKKK. Mot. lie, Ati.,'J;il Sept., ls!T. 1'uimg the 1 .ist three y-rs th'-e remarka'.le curafivrt. Live ii v t-r l:s t ! . when Lvl a-oi" !sn to t h t ii II and plain diri-cliuiis whi. h a r v;ip;i:iv them. It is ahsoljtiiy irnpossi: le that they can do the sI'L'h'est harm. rySo inconvenience whatever htfn Is their use, and the)- may tie worn hy ti e most drlirafe withttu- mjt .erf-ct '; sern I safe'y. In tact, t!.'-1 usation aftcn.lin tic ir use is hi -h'tt phamrable. nticns: ' " The G v;nic l lt. ... . The G alv.i'ii Nil kla- c, ..... The (iilvanic Ilracelels, ..... The Magnetic Fi ait, ...... C.IUTICkY. ft each. Je ach. i a pair. 1 a l.o'tle. U are of spurious imi'Tdini.. All husiners commu meat ions snout. 1 I e a !tresed to 1. V.dKKIIKAI). M. I)., 1"2 Kioi t.vay, .New York. .ivrno u !. r.n .1 u y.vrs. 1VII) ( It Kill K AD, ürr.g -t, Indianapolis. II. ('. MA Y.N A HI). ::-lweni io. .. West E tJiinh Vtrccl, Ciiiciiiit-tti. O., Intjinrters ot Wate'fs, ('itltrt ni:l Fancy Go'kIs, iih now rneivi ng , (if their own rliri'd iini.irt.ilioii. a very Inrgo and roinpleie spring stock, con-isiiii'j in part, a l.alows.til ('old and ilver, pliiin and jtwelled Hncli-h lever watches, gold and 6llv-r, Swiss, Hiu.rr, h vel and Ifom watches, i'reiich marhle, rhony, and China clo;k, vi lin, arrordt ons, prtriisMoti C.ips, Mlk, thtead and head purses, hea. I has, tmlti , Ii ur an I shivuia lruhes,silv.'r, Geilnau silver, and ed.tr eiicils, coin' s, silver, s'eel arid ('errnnu ilver ppecl icle, raz.ors, wis'irs.sinijV. doulde, and revolving pistols, und a I'ener il variety of ("ertn; n and I'lencli fanty ponls. A foil asstirtuieril of wtrh iualer :tls, denti-t t..t. treth, cold plate nnd foil. sld and gilt t"i.irI, In i anii est chains, locket, pins, and jewelry of every desertion. I). .V Co are also now receiving from .Sliefiield, 1'iijlnrid, larpe in VMces of t'.-i.rffe Wostenholni &t Snti'i, Liuntinu U. 9ons. and j. CrHkes Co 's titi pot ket cutlery . w inch, together with a!l tlie ahove named cimmIs, th. y tan and will eil at lower prices than any tsher houe west d" tlie n.ounlaiua. Walchuiakeis, jewclK-is, and lea!-r in cutlery and fancy plods, are respectfn ily invited tt call and f xaiuine. Cincinnati, O., Fehrtiary 1., 9i In.is .o'ri(.'E. 2HK undersigned commission! r, hain:j hecti duly apisiintcl JB. and ijiialiiied hy the prohate couitof the cuity of .Marion and State ol liti!i.u,, at tii.; Ket.ru.irj term t ...-rc-of, for the yr;ir lsj'.'.tor tliat purpose, will proceed to st ll on the premises, ou tsat unlay the ITtn dav of March, 11', tho O'lowiuj .Itsrrii.eJ lot of land, viz : '1 lie oast hall of the sooth west onanc ( of sectiou thirty t.o (3 j,) low nhip se ent.-i-n (IT.) rane ti v e (j) east, except tit red acres oil Ihe east side of the same, contaiuiuj seventy-seven acres, more or less. It t-einj that pi.tiou of the real estate of John In lander, i'ec.eaed, Itte of .Marion county, I müna, appraised and set apart to John tuiry an I other heirs ol sai I d.-ccast .i. Term of Sah. One third of th- pur itas.: money to l e pai l down, one third i i six monttis, an 1 ne c.ii .1 in tw civ months, with interest from tlie day of ale. S ü I purchase money to he secured hy notes w ith app:ovcl secuiity. without n In f Irom ap prais tnent or valuation laws. WILLIAM M OHL, Feh. II, sl'i. J-'vis i "ommis.-ioiicr. AII.UIMSI'KA'BOU'S .OTICi:. "?TOTlClr"i is h.-re'iy given that h-tlers of administration have iieen this day t:raiitid to tlwr un li-l si.n d, of tlie estate Oi Joseph Klingensinith, kcea&f 1, l. te ol" Maiioti county, Ind. ana. All persons in h-l.tcJ to sail state are warne Ito fiiikeiin-nPi'iatp. payment, and tho-i haviatt Claims a-aiut the same are requested to jiresent them dulv autht-ulicatcd. The estate i prohaoly sol vent. " ALLEIN JF.NNINCS, February H, ls'l', T'l-Swis A!iniui&trator. BWILL sell at public vendue on Monday the fth day t March net, at tli. late residence oi Joseph K lineiismilh, decease. I, in 1'ike township, Marion county, Itidiatu, th-.' person. 1 propel ty of the t- ti t deceased, eons if itoj of th lollowni': mticles, viz: horvs, ca.tle, hojs, sheen, a va on, farmin ut. iisiU, a quantity of niPlnht tools, tKjiisehol 1 an 1 kitchen tut intiire, a ijuantity of sawed Jumaer and many other at ti. ! s loo tedious to mention. A cr--dit o! twelve months will he given on all sums of tltree dollars and iijiward-; hy tlie purchaser uivm note -ouititioned to he (aij w ithout any relit 1 wh itever Ir.nu valuj'.iou or i.ppraisenunl laws, with approved freehold security ; all sumsunJer three dollar cash down wi l he required ; further conditions w ill he ma le known on the day of sale. Sale to commemv ?t lu o'clock, A. M ., on said day, mi 1 continue from day to day if nccesaary, ti l ilous stl liiii?, wheie due attendance w ill he gi vt :i bv ine AI.LKN J i:XINGS, February -, 1S4:. '.!3uis Administrator. r'ntRin-'s Dturi, Fehruarv 9, lP.l. N tho rnatti r of a rit cf j pttitioti t ti e real estate ot Samu el Ferguson, late of Hickory tuwiohip, Mer.-t r couiitv , 1'eilU- sylvauia, notice is he .-ty gi en to Kotiert lYrtruson, Catharine, intcrrnai i ted with Koo .cc Thoina Kersuson, M.ithew Ferguson, John FeriMifcon, F.'ijah truusou, Ma'j, nitermaiii.'d with Samu el Connally, "i:at iri et. intermarried witli U.-ojamin Willson, iiiid Samuel and Mary Ferguson, children f William Frrgu-o:i, de-cea-d ; also his wilow ; th tt ? lid wiit w ill le enecuteil by hold in ; an inquest mi the prem is-s n the ti-t It day of March next, hi 10 o'clock, A. M., w hen o'i mav a p ar if viri ti ink proper. H2-3wis: " " JAMES Mr K LAN, iiheiif. Sf:i( of Iiili;uia. iT3:irion i'ouiilj . In tlie tutittrr of the estate of ,V.r tlirker, deceasrJ. LJO TlCF. is hr i y given, that at tin; Fc ruary term of the M.t 1 rion probate court. A. I). Isla, sai l comt declaied the estate of Moses I'l.tilvtr, ili'i east: I , lo l.e p.nouMy in.lvttit: cittli vet are therelote leq i.red to fin- their claims a.-aiost the estate lor ;d lowance in tht said probate court within tei months from the dato hereof, or thev w id not 1 o entitle 1 lo p ivraenr. UF.nKtiK IV. V(M.K, Feh.i'2, s4J. b-:-UH JOHN Met 'LAIN. Adtnr. a ! ix Ix I st k : i toi;' xrifcil "''tlTICK is heietiy tiven lint Mlers of ndmi ntti..ti n have h-eti i. this fa' ftanteil to the uudirii:tied, of tlif estate of Zenas likf , leceasetl, late f Marion usiiily, 1 lidi t.n. All per-oinn indexed to said estitf are warnetl to make immediate payment, ami lho ha v in r I aims eiinst ihe same are. rrtiues.e.i' to prea.nt tlirm duly au thenticated. The et-tate is prohal.ly olvent. ELI all A W. L AKK, February 13, IS 'J. 82-:icis Adrntnistralor. ha i Lie o.4 1 t k Viii'i s .41 JSe. ffPV virtue of a joint relation tf the (Jeiieral Assembly of the J State of in liana, approved Januury lti. H I'J, ihe undeisizu ed will sell One Hundred and Seven Shares Of glork !. longing to the State in the Madison and Indianapolis Railroad Company. It w ill tie sold in lots t a suit purchasers. ln joMtions for the whole, or fir any number of Hurts, will Le ic ccited until thetjihof Nlaivh next. The whole amount must be p.tiJ at the time of the pure,, a-.-, ami a transfer will be made lor toe State by the undersigned. The stock i- entitled to a divitletiJ f root Jan. 1, HI". '.si 0. M A(U 1 UK. Auditoi of State. i a.s:s roit i iei: axo roots. rairi.sw in me world ; Kctirtnij from B.iinei; Making hasio Rlk tubeUirh; Keeping up Apeannces : Itklus hive Wnu by 1". S.Arthur. Just received by D A V I s c It A Y , i.pjiositti I'al mer House. rl L.UOlUi of Rev. Henry W. Duncan. receive I and f. sale by 6i HAVIS Si KAY. I "ÜKVOI IONAL Windes; ty Rev.Koliert riulltps, willi an intro r .BJr ductoyesay by Hev. Albert ilarnes; li le y IM DAVIS St RAY. LTtMON'S ond l)issirsea ; hy Timm JLI. Fr B.-.e by DAVIS & KAY. I .is Chahuris, I). I), and L. rllHi Almanac fr lr4J,Just received by 8.1 nwis &. ray, von na 1.1:. A MS Sr. Shoulders, Lard and Candls. at Rlythe. St. Gates's . bi i'Tur .rlprinrot v Lcatht .- store. e Dbi tn om.iiyr.t.i. nf llie ou'y iemed thai cm hf itiitdoii f. r ll.r i crmarx-nt cur f.-r Spinal Conp!aiiiis, moo dir. Contractions. I n Ka'loii of ihe Nerven, Nervous or Sick Mt ti: :tl r , .Neu. ms J rriii.i, Aecra f j Alh ctloiis, y, j iira'XM., tU i -inl I el nit t, -f. i nr j ol Nn- von -uid l'hMat l.i. rp . and oil .Njrvtut. tin'.rrh rs, n c!u ling the inol difitdlul of all !uea-eM.at tver IN! iht Lun.aii rate Kl'ILKI'TIC Firs. Or lalliripsicknr-sjijstei c.al ni.ro,ivuUi.os.!.:tnis.ke. Doctor (lartu-iiiii.liiiipress.il tiponttiH m:ii,u. ih- altlu tetl ihil ihe Vf.t tahle Cxtrai t is the onl remedy a t r l i- , , te.H l:.-.t an If rthedo for t h- periiiaiient t ore if this m..-t liatiui of üti li.--aM-s. As it leniieucy is lo insari'iy. iti.'daess and ieaOi. ihf iiH.st f'f I'.iiropf as well as liiosi. .f mr own ciury, h;. pronuunc F pt;-wy tiirur O.lf. nl ii Irts been so-oiii.1frei t.y niHny, until this irnxtt On ...unnt of all di-coverir s was ni Kti- l.y I I r s. Hart, n aily MAiei-n f rs one, du tin 2 u loch lime It Ii is l-een perloriniiig w.n.eof tlie n.i im:mahkai.k cijki:? upon reroid.anl h ts ar.pni.d a repii'ati..o which limp nlortpfin ff fice. I-h t ,,f ,, i ,,,, :lvt;1 , n!lft(,ncf .Mii:iicrs- U various .1. ii.im.iMt.,i..,, Wr i ;,-i,,.,,,. ,s of i iir nutrient mirer s. all ii'i'e in ret..ituii,n.'..i1!i thr u:- ,.t t;,, fnlv v; 'n !.!- rnpditine to their j. it ei:t.;. e!iaii:e. ; n l (;t i K .v !... -n i. .iMi. !... il - ....1w.i. i -v l nut'- ' u int. V i JT 7f Hi4lV. ANoniEii hem AKKAiJi.n v.viir. vrAivmiwr.n hy tiii: vi: or n a urs vecietaule ex tkact. Dr. Hart x (t is w it I no small d.-uree of tfotK.ti that 1 tn en- ahled to announce to ton tlie oiupete it-sioiaiiuu to healld of tu v dan-liter, h the up of 'iir Ve'HaVe Kvtm l. At the aje of hit year, i her ae at ( iprlit is sit, f n. t die. w :ts ttr-t atia s.r,l wilh this (treadoJ malady called i.pileptic tits. Ami until fcl.e coimence4 taking the Ltr:u. tum sneered with attacks if fiis a inot incessant ly, ami so severely n to Uire i!en to rfriv; reason Irom Its throne, and remler her nisitne ii none. Physicians prottr.iinred het im uii!.!e, and csi!d do nolhinfj more for her. We ha 1 almost ies;i:ire l of a run , when liearing of tlp retnark.ihle rmes performed h-the Vegetable t'ttract . u e determined l pive it a 1 1 la! 'I'lie reu!t ht- rre le 1 i ur rnot sanjiinte ep t atio.is. astiy an ttt- she is heed lioin a m ist dreadful uial.oly , and re-hlort-d la PERFECT HEALTH. Should arty one t. el vir.iis of wetr.i lier. an 1 of ascertaining the parluulrtrsof tlii ra-e. Mini wih may tm prUiSe.l l.y cal'iiig on or ad di e-siiic a letter to nie, jm.m p;,,,!, at ,(V residmcf , t wo miles from the village of Yonkers.U'eMche.ster, New Yak. o. t liK.NSl.oU ,Youkfrs,X. V. Frorn the Watclircati of ihe Vnt'.ey, ihe leading l'resbylenan paper of tho Wfsit, published at Cm innnli, t lito: CUKE TOR FITS. Adtf etisenients tf pi ent medicines, our readers are awsre, liavr teen ec!u led from our coluinn for seveial ears past. Our object lions to liieiii ate I. We arc rot in favor of kecpin: r-ecret eiihei moral or physical remedies for "ihe tl I s li .t rlesh i, heir .." '2. Ttif jrmssf st iinisitil!is nre niten prailice J on ihf toinmunity hy the veii.trrs f sucli ineokine. :. 1'atints are mirn . inl.ic- (,.v the tl tu-r'niü irroninieridalions tT tht in to t!ru llieuiselves without tJisrreiioii, at,.J iirJt.li t.itiieji inj'ifj , manv limes: an evd. I 1 1- way, whi.-ti is eounnon lo the use of nil ailivf nirrarm", wir I. mit ;iro'.rssunal ailvice. On the other hand we have no th.sl t tlureArp patent tiipdiciriei-, uh tever may he oi.i t.hjedion lo Ihe pniu i .le of patentins theui, that nre valuatile lemt-lw-s ir certain iM-citic lis-a---., the util.lieutiun of whchis an net t.f ltiie .Jn.ce. I'elievin: the mum lr Mdvei lined in Miot her coin in ii to lr of thai i,.s. a hehef for vt lot h WE HAVE flKiH MEDICAL AL'THORITY we hate irsertrd it. A t nie !-r ejiilepitc ainl tl.er flls,tlich often baffle the ski I of the t'tst physici tns, would billig joy uiloinany an afH.t'ed l'ami!t . In m iking THIS ADVEETISEME.NT am v epiif'ii to out general exclu-ioti f pat-ml inedicir.es, we have followed the e alli,ile if olllel relig 'is Join tods that Lave adopted the pame in i:d ml . 'I'his vaiualt'e n.eiiit me t ll irfs VfL'eial le Kniracl,) is for sale lY Thomas Miles, HI M.h.i sir-ei, Ciu in.nii, Ohio. THE TIME is NOT FAR DISTANT When lhous-n:itl who nre now tretiiMin under the liatid t.f iMi tire adlut lisens, und ffttiins III it every attak may prove fatal, will n;it i.rrin.iiTi't reiief . hint l-e resiornl lo iicwllfe I y using this ce'e hraled inedirinr. JmliJe Hum! d', No l..t; llett'y strrel. New York, h iving usd the V'eitf-lah'e K tract wcrrstolly in o lauiüy , htlity recommends It tö alt petons w lai are nl'l'i teil w rli K.ts. Mr. siephen ll.Tntt. rr.rner of Sixth Avt-mie and Tuer.ty Six'h street, Ne.v York , stales. t V i t h: p. II. lionet. lint, a no-mher of In-lani'iy. ti-ii s,, r.fvrrlv a'tl c'eit with t-pilej't ic til lOrtnany yems, that he Nas ohliLni to re'iiiu'iilt his Im-ane. Ilavinj iisej I'r. HarO Ve jet tli'e Iran , says Mr. Vt ill , he wt six.n re-med to lierfe' t hrallh, and 1 "it Uns city lor thp Mate of Ohio to resume his llUilllS. i:v. Mi mil.'i, t'eetor r.f Si. Peter's Church, S4swodf .New Jers'-v, u hi has h. n niHa ted w ith ept!e;.-ic tits for more than ft tty e-trs. states i litt he tiwii-ed lr. Hart's Wet:.'l" V. I rat 1. a ml hia he.il'h Ice. l-een -.1 neu h improved th it tie dopes by Ui v me blessing lo have iioin;.te fits. Wevvtuid leiVt to the f.!inir.g prrstuis w hu luve Ltcn cur usit. Hail's ecetitl.le '.lrcl : W. Iteetiet. atlt cte, ntre eir. IT 1 Hr.-.nd street. J . F.lls-woMh. sft-en tear, PJ hnver street. Juvenil t( lii.n tl, tore ye .ms. Cast llnw.l. lyn, L. I H . VA". Snii'ii, .e' Yal n-ti'iti house. r". K M .Iweniy yenrs, Slait-n Inland. Mi-s K. McKref.t'Aetiiy ears, Yorkvt't. ! iss I,. Cane, t w el e ears, J p boomers' v sreet . Win. II. I'arse'.l.lwei.ty tiee e:ir,7:i Notlo'k street. Jacob I'etlv f. til ears,?l 1 lam v stiect. I'hilo Jul i it no ii .twenty- itrlit ars. 1 1 rrMiriwt le, Ct Tlioni s It. Jones, of ,he Lm'ed ?i tiles Navy . Captin William lennt'iL-s. Statt s-ticet, llridj:eport, CL liefe retires nlso made lo Hl. VY. L. Mi.-iti e,t;ui!frd, f)!iio. Ii V. Itil hair.n 1 TaiT.'e't . e-l l:iVetort, N. Y Kev.T. 1.. !t ivin, ij p. ,. nn,, re . Mar land Mr. J..se(.h I'.raoley, I i:t tr l.anl sttet t, N. Y. C. II. liMii:htoii, -20-J Ltjiiteetilh street. N. Y. Mrs. James IIerthoH",''lie-ier.Oraiice-i unty, N.Y. Jriliu F.iber .1 '. l'IiJtte'!i Htreet, N.Y. I. A. Iii' III on. '21 s I)r! ata ystrret. N. Y. J -toes Smith, 1 3'' su,T.,lk street. N. Y . Charles Hm.w it. hO Water street, . Y. A II of w hirli ma) he ilte.l u;iu or art.lresed , psi ONK THOirsAM) CEIM'iriCATEs IIaveleeri reteived in testim.ny of the tfiienciat results prodsjctsd Ihe ii'eof Dr. Marl's Yep table I'.vtrart . l'tfpiMd hy S. Hart, M. II., New York. Trice One parkace, ..... 01 FiMir packages, . . . . . . 10 00 Lieht i n kaiit s, - - o( qo Jtlt is arefnlly p: eked ii n Iwiiesfur trnitsponation.arKt sen ny part of the Untied Slates, Ten, Meu o, ml We. Indies. THOMAS &. MILHS, ; 147 .Main street, between Third a nd F-urlh. I'uir iunnrl. O. I tieneral Aweni fm Ihe I'mirJ Slate ; t;.l t u PIN, I'omerth and Market t'-ets. ajrerl for lootsville, Ky i P Wl!) ;ilAK;ilLAIi, Inditrapol., Indian. -. R. L. Uwum fit Stiu, Lafajette. rto. ; llemy Ma j nard , M di-on, ito. N". I. All comiuunicat :ons in reference lo Or. Hart's VepetatJ i Fttrart.thr only ttne lor Fpilejv,l!iitst hf addressed fpt paul't THOMAS MILLS, fiiitatiiiati, Ohio. t rwkw (nie Cor 4 ' it vit ut if ion. 7,000 cssiiS or hihiihii; Ft LMov.mr msruiii .i s.o tt cm uh! Yistn" I1ism or V no Chehkv. the crtut ,1mencan litmtdij fur Lz comjritiHtf ami all ajfrrtwrng cf lue Jlepiratery rirn. r L lo not wish to t rule w tth the lives or lira th if tlie fcSicted and we f-incere'.v pledge otirs Ives ti in; ke Ho asseiltons as lo thevi'tueof Uns milicii.e and lo ln-IJ rsit i.o hope in sorlrririf hu manity which tails ,: iu .t warrant. e ask the tillentk.it of tl e candid to a few eoii-ideiations. Nature iu every pait of her wink has U'll indent le innks of aht;tlioti and lesij:ii. The constiliition of Ihe annuals and eelal.l- of the tirnd is micIi that they could h endure i lie co'.d of the tiis;iii ltiow ait-tvne verse. In rtard lo die eaeand its tore, Ihe ,nl t:.i.ilit.ii " remedies is not less s4tikinj. 7h$ 1fn,s f t liflund and I he 'mrsnit fi'il'l Cherry are just !y CeteUated i t tlie cure f all disease ! the l.nnps and Liver, w hall are so Irarfui'y prevalent in .i!l northern I ttiiii-les. From a ctnt matron of Client ich F.xiiacts procured from this '.V.iss,' and thane 'Zref, Hr. WieUr'a IUlsaiuof Wild Cherry is hietly forme! . Front the Harrison UJ.) Ciciftte. of Fib. 1, The incredulous ate invited lo lead the following note Irom the Kev ?-Ir. Cobiioii, whose t hararler for I nil h and veracity stands above sus. pirion, ami have their doubl dispelled as to the Vujieriority of Wi til's l'.,i!s,i:u of Wild Cherry, overall olhrr lemtdies ot tue sau.e character. Cohtdon. Iso., January 28, If -JS. It is oo less a duty than a pleasure in me to wate f t the benefit ct theanlii ted, lint I tiisiiicr V jstar's lia'.sam (' Wild I.'heiry, a pres.! blessine to the hiiuiau race. I.'avint! tried it ii a rae of severe at fectionof the tuns, iiiibesiiatiiiplv reeononend it to those similarly attiicted as the lit -t remedy lhat I have t vet tiied,and one whicii cure I me w hen Ihe ph) sit ans s.-iu I Must die, and when 1 thought msell that my time lo lejiart was near at hand. WILLIAM COL!) RON. SrUMiKULD.K.. May 14,1 SJ5. Ar-.r.s. SanforJ 4- Park: I lake thin .inriuiiity . ir lornHrr you ot a m-st teiiiai k.-.ble nre ;ierformel upon mety theo-eof r Wia t.ir t Ü:tN:on f Wild C.Vrrv. In tor tear I.-lt I was laken niitian infl imiii.iti.iii f t be Ihca ls. w h r h I latu-ieil under for weeks wlieo I irraduaMM-coveieil. 1 11 the fall ol l-l, w a attacked w Ith a severe !d. which sea'ed iist II upmi u:y hmns, and lor Hie space of Him e e: rs I w a c ntimd t mv led. I tried all kind of medicines an-levrry varitiy d meilical :-id, wnhotit l-eiielit ; and thus I svearid aionsuriHl the wieli rd" 4I, when 1 heard tf V istnr's llsls.tin of Wild Cherry. Mv Inends perniad 1 nie lo pie it atrial. 1 booth I had i en up all hopes ol lecveiy, and had prep.a,ed 111 sell li th ch.inpe of aiu4her woild. Thnamh their solicit; 1 ton, I was in. ln nl ! 111 ke u-e of Ihe t;iiitiue islar'ii Itjlsain -f ild 1'heriy Tiiecllect was truly rsioiuhuia. Alter tiieteaisif a'.üitiH'n, pain, nd sntlrrii , and aio-r h 1 in spent f.airorlive laintiied dollars to lio purpose, and the I est and mos-t re ctalde hsii iaiis bad proved im avat iiiä, I was sism ie-l ted l enure tu-t'.t h by the blessing of (sl and tlie use of Dr. W'is'.ai's I'aUuti of WtldCht tiy. I am now i e-tjoyin pn,d henhh, and suthis my alt. red ap tarn nre, that I am I no li.njirr k ni'M 11 w lieu I tneei my U r in t arijuniiitaitce. I bava , pained rapidly in wtijit, and my flesh is liim aiol s4id. I c n now j eat is much as any pet-on. and my t,l Mein lo : pree wilh me. I ! havee:ten more tlutii'i! the last i"ix mouth- than 1 bad eaieri in five j yr..tsleti.re. Cousiderins my case aluio-t a inir:tf'f 1 detuilt iiece. , BHiy lot the oood of the atHit led, and a duty 1 owe lo the j ro,.rirU.r I and mv lellow inen, (w litt sltotild know where re'it-f may be bad,) lo ; in k this statement pul hc. May the blesMnp'tl t'tnl lest um th I proprietors of so valuable a medaiii ns Wistar Ualsuift of Wild , Cherry. Yours r-ssifi.' U, I WM. II. DAK ER. Ittw skk or 'oi TisKt.iTs Tluwe w bocoii!ietfeil a piswl utedi cine for the piirsise ol adding a lev dollars to Iht ir (sjkels are Ur worse than the inanui.ti tureis of spurnsis coin. For w hile the tatter only run mot" our preriy,llic lormer lak eptopetty and health ami liieawav. Dr. WMais Hats;:ui of W ild Chet ry is aJmiUed by tlusj. Bands f disiitteresU-d witnesses In have effected the tiKtrt ekUkords. nary t un s 111 cases f pulmonary and a.sthiuatic t luractrr, ever be tore it corned n thelirstory of medicine. The otiiij. the beautiful, tt r,K..I all speak form lis piaise. Il is now the iavoti'e meduii.e in the ni.ist K.irl.ii nl laiuilk-s of our country. Such a hih aantl in public e-tunation has lK-rii athievrd by its us n n.eiiis alone. And mi long ns di.teimn public at e careful tu xtl Wistar's Kalsaiu of Wild C aeiry,:.nd rtuse with m.ii cooi.tnie Is, ii1 evtty Jher arluJ protteri-d to theiii as a suUtilule, ji Imut w iltcutes, ;sitive eure, 1 litt 1 Ihfl tiresdieof man a 1 smirin lamily. Tlie I rue ti.d gto lime U'uiar's Dalsi.ii I Wild "berry la sold ut ei.Uidtd aeKiea in all partsoflhe ITinied States. Sold in Cincinnati on Ihe corner of Fourth sod Walnut lf .,t y J Ü . I'AU K, Oei.eial Aeut lor lb Western States. Tomlmsou Brihers, und I) t'raijhtaJ, Indianapolis ; Wra. M. Hughes Co. Madien: ; Clsiksou is Uulour, Vevay ; Win.Ntand le ÄtNewkiik. New-Albany , iisoo, tarlird St Smith, Louis. J. IS. W 1 hier k 1:0. lo; U Moresn, Kockooit ; K. t W. Youn Mount V einon ; Urn. .1. Woulsev, Lvausville ; W.kC Red lo ; Jt.Koous i. t-lwarasort ; J. A. McCulla. Blooi Eloomiogtoii ; J. Uurke. Craw for Jsrillv ; Joseph Sns.nu!, Vincennes; L'r.l'eck. do ; J. spencer. Lafayette; C r. Wünsch, do; H'ood he. Kinr. . . . . . - .... w. 1 . ... ... " T?rre name; .. n. iieiri, muui ucna ; Ames &. lioiuday Michigan City ; Win. Bolles, Delphi; L. Beecher, Ft. WayDet Ap.7. e.p 50 BAOS Prime HioCofle,ere low. CI f. V W. MOOE. COUNTERFEITS.