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R TED DV ALBERT O. rOMT-Tt, A JtD 1I0RATI) C. HEW
.Monday, May 2J, 1819.
The Supreme Court met thi morning at their cli.im-
in ihn 5?tai HfMjüf. Present, Judges II L a c K fok o
MiTii. Judge. Pehkiss was absent in consequence
severe illness with which he has been confined to n
rnom fur some month past.
Tiling tt al. v. Strong tl al. Error to the Cnss C. C.
iiiu, J. HelJ 1. That the receipt of n not for a
dent tleht is not a pa) mcnt, ami an agent r-cnt to
t fuch debt Im no unthority t' give n dit:liirgi? up
,ift receipt if h note or bill.
That an nLit, under n general nuthority to collect
.count Kfiil to him fr thai purpose, and to receipt
or, is only authorized to receive payment in money,
innot by taking the lode of the debtor p.ijaMo at a
e il , tiivc.t the creditor of his right to mio npoti
triinnl d lit.
Tli.it an njjent with limited powers nint conform
.. :!v t Mi h powers. r his principal will not to
..y-ind; I irdiuj;iy it Ins lo.en liclil by this couit, in
Älpler v. IMnnnslon, d IMxckf. 2'J1, that when notes are
plVd in tho hands of nn nlttirney at law for collection, the
ntt'i.'fiey lim no power to cancel them upon the receipt of
rnjW notes given by the debtor, and that the owners are
nnl thereby birred from bringing titt on tho oiigin.il
n4t s nnVitmt tho makers. I'eeerscd.
II. r. Ituldie, for plaintill; Juo. W. Wright, for de
fendant. I'rart.enridge, r. Hultxcll tt al. Assumpsit, llrror
to the Warrick C. C
Black fuki, J. To an action of indehitatus assumpsit
for poods pohl and delivered, the plaititills, to a plea of the
statute of limitation, replied, that the money sued for be
came due and payable on a running account of trade end
mrrchnndi.se h oi between the. plaintiff and di.fi nilarit, as
merchant?, and wholly concerned ihi trndeot mere Imiidiso.
Verification. Rejoinder, that tho tuippntsed account wn
not at any lim within five year next In furo the tom
inenceinent of the pint, a running acccunt between the
plaintitr ami the tit-f.-ridint, ns merchant, but that more
tlmn five year next beforo the commencement of dm
stiit, the supposed account li'-cnrii; and was a stated and
liquidated account. Held, That tho replication ami re
joinder were good, under the statute, of IciiW. It. S.
p. -1 17.
The exception in our statute, which is of running ac
counts between merchant ami merchant, was not intend
ed to be limited to actions of account, or for not account
ing, or to case in which such action will lie.
The term "running accounts" in our Ktatutc, menu
mutual accounts and demands between the parties, which
account remain open and unsettled. Whenever, there
fore, the accounts und demands are of that description,
and arc between merchant and merchant, the case, (whe
ther an action of account or for not accounting would lie
or not,) must be considered as not limited by the ft. tute.
tit terse J.
Jno. A. Itrnckenridge, (or plaintilT: Jno. Pitcher, for j
Ti K'nir, .May C'.V
Moyrr rt als. r. MeCuUcugli. Chancery. Krrur to the
Marion C. C.
I'LAt KKf.r.1, J. Held, 1. Tint by the nscignnnMit of (Ca
nadian volunteer certificates, under the net of Conjrrcs),
pas?fd March o, 1 the asiim t s were invested with
the right to locate iueh rertitic.ile., nnl receive paiint4
fr the land, in their o-.vn namet ; and that when the re
gitcr tit the land oflite, in acconlance with the law au
thorizing Iii in to net in the premise", ha-1 mlmittctl the
location to be made, anil grnnt d a certificate ol the loca
lion, hi authority f..r diposin el the land thus legally i wring; out to those who think tin m r nht. iho acca
located wa at nn nnl ; nnd that the regi-ler'f ubequcnt mac resolutron nie ftlso light nild S-InMild be itntueUi-
nale o it, though to a person without notice, i not ?us- ateiy imitated by similar resolntiot,s in Missouri. I
tainable, in n court f equity, against the locniion. U.
That the iiuing of a patent i a ministerial act, and if it
i-sue by mistake and without authority, the party having
the previous equitable title to the land may, by a bill in
chancery, obtain from the patentee or his voluntary jjrnri
lee, the legal title, it. That a State Court ha jurisdic
tion to grant relief in Mich a cause : thnt though tho
Constitution of tho U. S. requires tho jurisdiction in all
fHes arising nntb-r the constitution, lawn, nnd treaties of
the IT. to be extended to the fulcra I courts, it does not
dcprivo tho Slate court, in the lirst instance, of their
jurisdiction. 4. That where a pt-rson ha.i not been
marie a party defendant to a bill in chancery, but ha
nppearetl to the Miit, and filed an answer, to which a
general replication has been tiled, and counsel have si;n
tl lor him, antl lib".! in the caiiso an ngree merit as to mtmu
of tho fact, it cannot afterwards he objected that he was
nol n defendant to the suit, ,'ljjirmcd. Wick JL JJarhour
for pUIs., O. II. Smith for deft. y
(lodard ft al v. Curman'j. Chancery. Appeal from
the iol!e C. C .-Mir med.
Johnson r. Brandis et al. Chnncery. Error to tho
ii(J rrjurnt u.
.mitii, J. This wni a bill in chancery by n judgment
cri"du-r to jiot nsitle a fraudulent fale of lands made du-
ririj; thtj emtuMiey f. Im suit anil prior to tb jtldtiicnt.
Tin complainant proved admission ol the purchaser to
tin effect that ho was aware of tbo pendency of the corn-
pliinant' uit npainst bit grantor; that the damaged that
would probnbly be recovered would amount to more than i
the value ol all the defendant' property ; that the de
Cendant had been cndeavoriri'? to dispose of his property
f( Ollu r npfilitw iv Im In, I T. fnuml tu ruroit n it ii"iiivi !
in.ler MJcb cirt urn-tance. tbeale woubl be b-erned ! CCtcd, W as the cause of the Into disastrous lire.
IrRuduIent ; nod that the effect of the falr w as to deprive j The u ntchmiu ot the steamboat liltt! Cloud, hn-4
the complainant of the nicnna of making her judgment ! given information w hich may len.il to the detection of
available. It wnn al proved that the purchaser in an- tbo incendiary. JltlSlllCSS 11 reviving, nild property
ve lo nn inq'iiry whether hu was safe in purchasing owners are bu-y cleaning away thu rubbish preoara
tliH properly, replied that be w ; that be bail takon It - j jorv 0 buihlin".
pal counsel on tlie Mitjct, ami it wan nil rtlit. Held,
that under thee circiinistauce. the purchaser was charpt:
r.Kt ivitli nrktiri fif inlpmlpil Iriiurl -if.fl ft.:.t lt. rim
periv was liable to the oidjrment. Ilfrr rst d, with direc- :
tioinJ to the circuit court to rentier n decree in accordant,, ;
with the opinion of ihi.-j cjurt. J. I.. IJlytho fr plttr., j
John l'ltcher for deft. j
U'rnNro.er, Mny 'AO. j
lheltuardof Lommt.-tionrrs J the binning t undv. l
Wilson, ("ham ery. App al frotn the Marion C ('.
üi.ACKtoKti, J. WiIsimi lilett a toll inehantrery ajjainst '
the board ol c:mmisioiiers of the Sinking rund, to es- j
tihlish bis claim to certiin lots nf croniid in I toll iiinp'dis. !
'i'he follow in: nru the facts: on the llJtb of April, l"roö,
one l'rewitt bcinc the owner of the loti in rpiestion,'
inortgijetl them to said hoard, to secure a loan of $"0O
p ie to one WootJ, tlo asstneo having no notice of the
previous mort" age before bis oavmeot oi the purchase
money. On the tii l of December, 1 said board of
commissioners caused their inoifcan to be recordetl
the next day, the lots in rpieciion were .ohl on execution
on said judgment aain-t l'rewitt, anil were purchased
by Wil-oii, with full notit ; of tfio inort-z ig ht id ly n ild ,
board of commissioners, and be received a deed Irom the
fdieritF lor the lots a lew days afterwards. On the 1-lh
of March, Idll, Wilson obtainnl fnm Wood an assign-
tnent of the mortar given to l'oster, the assignee liav-
in? notice nt tho previous mt.rtjag.;. i
tinerpiesi.on, nr.s,n? in th. cano t epen.I lipon the- t
constrtiction piven to the Ftatutr nf Imli inn, which en-
net that if a mortsa hnll not bo reconletl within 'JO
tlays after its execution, it shall be ntljtideil fraudulent
anil void aain-st any subsequent purchaser or mortg ipeo
f..r a valuable consideration, unleFi it r-liall be recorded ,
before the proving am! wording of thn deed tinder which j
me mi us! rj'ieni purcnasor or mortgagee may claim, u. I.
Held, thnt if, prior to the hi-riffs ?ale, Wood had paid
tT llin judgnieiit. lie might lotv then claimed under Iiis
mortgage, in prelerence lo th prior one j but that at he
permitted ihe lots to be Bold under the judgment, which '
Dunn vt- Watts v. Hall. A peal Irom the Dearborn;
mitii, J. Held, I. That if I'm owner ftnd
of a newspaper cho.ise-t t leave hi- borne nrn
1 place bis
for any Ii-
priprr 111 charge if iinolher, bo is responsible for any Ii-
bIIo?ts matter published by the person thus constituted
hi agent, no matter what private institictioiH be may
nave civ en Into. ro, il n: ol two joint owners ol a ,
newsp-ij er permit the other, or a third pernni l edit if, '
he is responsible f r the. conduct t.f the perfu-n o ctn-
tluetinj iho paper.
tl. That though a libeluug pnliliratiori is madp against :
Ihe eipreHseu disapprobation t true if lh owners o a
newspaper, yet lie is respoiiPitile if by the enercise if
due nnd proper dilijencr, lie coiilj have preventetl the
puh'icaiion ; und if he h e lit to entrut tlo publico imi
of bis paper to others, be must be held responsible lor
the cotiihict of tho.se he employ, even if hii agent makes
u publicntion which be Ii ol forbidden.
o. That maliet in law i n wrongful act done inten
tionally, without legal jusiificntiort or eicuse, and in or
tlinary actions for slander, malice in law is ullicient, nnd
U to be interred from tht publication f the slanderous
inntter without such justification r excus.
4. That iIih legal presumption of malice may he re
butted by p vide net? of facts wflicb would nlotrd a lepnl
excuse for ihn publication, as where- the slanderous mat
ter was published by the employees l n printing oßice,
with the materiaN ol the. proprietor, but which he could
not by caro and diligence in the trim-auction of his busi
riecs have prevented ; nntl it would be a question ftr the
jury whether such fact existed; but what facts when
proved would amount to fucIi lecal excuse, would he a
question f law. .-Ijjir tned, with 5 per cent, damages nnd
rusts. A. Lane, and .Major Sc Urower for the appellants,
Kymxn V b'pooner for appellees.
Tiirp.nAT, Mar 31.
Tliomas v. Littltsfield. Error to the JS'oble C. C.
Ui.ACKroRP, J. This wa n motion made by Thomas
in tho circuit court, at the September term, 1643, for an
made to him by the board. On the ti.it h of the. came i cent. Iho f ireign agencies are generally prepared
month, one .Merrill an I others, recovered a judgment in j to adjust their policies on presentation. This will
the Marion c.c. ngntti-t l'rewitt lor -fA. On the ,niti,rrite ihe calamity to a considerable e. tent. Many
111. of ;ry f llowinz, I revvitt n.nrtgnger! the lots tr ono ' of wtthv citizcns hriV(! ,v t(Mul(r(.;,
I oster lor S, ..., w nh notice to I ..sterol tho prior mort- 1 , r ,, "..11 1 ' .t .
Pne. Oo u:c 2J of June, 1 Tester asSi2ned his mort- f(r he poor, nnd handsome contributions 1.1
was ohler than In uiortgnge, Ilm coniplnirinot, wlio was ,fni-irf Jor tin firt. time OU Sunday, IaV !t). TllO
the purchaser, took the lot freed from the mr.rlRag ; nnd lcctttre mom, f rty-five hv forty-ven ft -t ii entindy
that Ihe mortge wa 1 exlu.p.i.l. tl by the dale pooler a fini. !.,;, nd ,, oT tl.o most beautiful ba-ement
prior incumbrance. l.ertrseu. .Morrison 4V ."l.ijtr b.r ,. . -,. , ,
ihe appellant., Ü. II. Smith nnd II. & II. ISrown lor the VM:? ,U W,l! 'o bctvvcon
order authorizing an appeal from the judgment of a J. 1.,
more than thirty days having elapsed since the rendition
thereof. The motion was founded on his i.fTidfivit, Mating
that the judgment was obtained against him in favor of
I.ittlcsiiel.l for $71. Mi, mi the ITlli of Augusl, 1815, be
fore the Justice, that lie- filed an appeal bond within fivo
days after, before the Justice, and that tho Justice told
him the security ouht to In pretty good, rtnl after re
ft, ctinz n littlo while the Justice said that the papers
would be brought to said circuit court ; that ho supposed
snid cause was regularly appealed and was surprised t.
learn, a jnn days after, that an execution was issued up
on paid judgment ; and that he lud turrits in said appeal.
.Motion by l.itlli sfiflil io the ein nit court, to cIimm'i-h tli.
appeal. Held, that the nitida, it W i ..t mi Hit dent, mi b'r
the statute, (K. S IcT.J, p. S'.!,.) to kuthmize th o or tier
f r the appeal.
It writ for the dtfend.itit to ascertain, with certainty,
whether the appeal va nll'-wtol; besides, f,.r aught
hIiowii by tho nilidivit, mure tlian twenty thy mav have
clapped beiwern the time, when the tlelemlant wan up.
pri-eil of the diat lowanee of the appeal and the expira
tion l the thirty days given by law f r lakinc stu b ap
peals. Jjfmntd. J. Il.'llowe for id sis., W. II. Co.unhs
I.nrniire r. tin Stale. (J cases.) Appeal from the
Smith, J. Held, that the discharge of the sureties on
a f 'tf-itrtl recogui. tiit-e in a criminal rase, upon the Mir
remler by them of their principal, doe not, under our
statutes, i.perate to dirli trpe the principal. .Ißinned.
C Itaker lor appellant, J. I.. Ketcham for the S:ate.
Col. ICriitoii's Appeal.
7' the. VV - Missouri:
Tl.c (lencral Assembly of our Stale, nt its lato ses
sion, adopted certain resolution- on the subject of sla
vrry. find jjftve) in instructions to obey thtm. From
this como.and I appeal to the prop!o td Missouri the
whole body of the people and if they confirm the in
structions, I jsliall iiv them an opportunity lo lind a
Senator to carry tle-ir will into effect, as I cannot do
atilbinjj lo dissolve Ihi-s Up ion, or to rvrray one-half
of it against the other.
I do not admit n dissolution of the Union to be a
remedy, to be prescribed by -statesmen, for tho dis
eases of the body politic, any more than I admit death,
or suicide, to be a remedy to be prescribed bv physi
cian tor the diseases of the natural body. Cure and
not kill is the only remedy which my mind can con
template in either case.
I think it probable, from what I observe, that there
arc many citizens good friends to the harmony and
stability of the Union who d not see tho Missouri
n structtons and their prototype, the Calhoun address
in tho same light that I see it, and in the light in
which it is seen bv others who best understand it. For
i the information of thoKo who hold such sentiments.
n,uj , jol xU(,Ml e,,e lJl0 ,1L,xt gl j,, tuovomn
nod wh'Tt? it is inletuled tu end, f-herew itli subjoin a
copy iT the Accotntc resolutions, lately adopted in that
county f Virojina, nnd fully endorsed by tin; Rich
mond Enquirer, ad tho voice i f the Suth. I do not
produce these rcpoli-.tion for the purposi; of arraign
iltjT thetn; on the contrary I s.-e souu.-tli.ti!; in them
to acrnire, as beinu bohl and open, and to tho true in
terpretation and leo'ititnate sequence of the Calhoun
movement. I consider the Cilhoun address, and its
otlVprin the Mis.-'ouri iurtructi 'n, ns fundatn;utally
produce thetn to maldo the pejtpl" of Missouri to see
what it i-3 to which their Leoislature would commit
the State, and what it is they have instructed me to
I appeal from these instructions to, the people of
Missouri the whole body of tin? people ami in due
time will give ley renins f r doing so. It U a ques
tion above party, and goes to the whole people. Jo
that point of view the Accotnae resolutions present it
and present it truly; und I Fhnll do the tame. I
shall abide the decision of thu whole people, and nertti
iug btss. lie.spectfully,
THOMAS II. PENTOX."
St. Louh, May 0, IS P.).
Appended to the above Appeal, arc the1-ultra pro
tdavery resolutions of l!ne people of Accomae, at their
meeting on the 'Jo'th of March. Tl lose resolution's
take the ultra Calhoun ground, and contend for the
right of the South to extend slavery, even nt tho peril
of u certain dissolution of the Union. Thev consider
the qut-stion of the right to extend slavery, paramount
to all other political cun-siderations or party obliga.
tiuns, and denounce as traitors till Southern men who
sha'.l flii to act with tllCUl and according tJ thl'if
V:C,V3 nd thus exprcpsed.
Tiif. Gr.r.AT Fikc in Sr. Louis. Jncendinris-m, it
The president ol the h inrd of assessors furnivltep a
Ftatement of the iiiimber nnd value of t lie buililiiis
" u licli uni up :b buildinos, valued
J.iHI. 1 ho L'nion say", tho io'rchnrithj and
thtr projorty i:i th:e bitiblm-js would amount to ut
(l:x f,Vl. Imndrcd thntjnnd dollars more.
. tnecting wax In !.l at tbo Rotunda on I'ritlty fr
tin? purpose of taking action fi.r the relief of the -uf
fering by tbo 'ire. Vnrioii-j commit teod wen appoint
ed to carry the object?' of the meeting into el'Vet.
The Union says: Wo aropl-asid to learn that
all of our city I nuranco ( 'ote.panie.-, except two, will
meet their liabilities promptly. 1 he two exceptions
to which wo refer will pay from li'ty to seventy p:r
Four fire-proof bui'dinu-. on jUnin Ktrnnt were sav
cil. These buildings, though frequently enveloped
io llirm, escaped with but little injury, though the
lower doors were p-irelfd to a. erisp. None of their
contents sustained the t-lightct-t injury, ami the occu
pants at once resumed bu-iness.
Ho::::ir Ditkavi i v. The U Vh- says a corpse
was taken from ono of the ruins in that city 011 .Main
F'.rt'ft, who-sc pockets wurn filled with knives nnil oth-
rr articles. It is stipnorcd ho was liilferinj: from the
p!or nt t,(f? tiniol. u alls crumbled 111)011 him. mil!
huried him in his ouilt.
Ilt-iti Viw r. nn; Hkii ks. The St. Louis Ueveillo
of tlu: li-ij states that the price of bricks, which ivai
five or pix dollars a thousand Ik'f rc tin.- contl t" ra'.iot;,
ms alreadv advanced to eleven dollar. This ve
fuppo-sc will last only until the? market can he better
supplied fur the emergency.
Tur. Kv.w Daitist Cuukcii. The Iiidiananolia
Ilaptist ('iitirch worshipped in their new nuetin"
Takiior po-j.apjon of this house was To the church
nn ''-caiu of profound gratitude to our Heavenly
; rather, f r Iiis (Toodness in no.iin hrinoin tin home,
It i iimv more tlinu a year hiicc wo t ok utir denart
: It 1 limv more than a year HI1CC WO t' oj; Utir depart
ort? fiom thp -old hou-e to wander w scarcely knew
j whither, mi l sincr; that time the church has had no
cert tin dwclhnn- place, and has been subjected torrent
inconvenience. J ho court hou-io was generously
thrown open to thm, and every ctTort to accomodate
utadi! by llmsc haviiiff charo of it, hut tho church ha
fr some lino past been unpleasantly situated, ind
they rjuce to return to the old ground. ThV had
lonir looked forward to the time when they could come
tip to n hoti-o prp-ired for tlie Lord, and they have
not hern disappointed. Once more our feet ktood
within his holy temple.
There is jet much to do about the building, and the
church will endeavor to go forward with it as soon ns
possible, but they will not PuiTer any special incon
venience for the present. The building of this house
was a heavy undertaking, and they havo ho far suc
ceeded beyond their expectations. The most liberal
rub.cripiions have been made and promptly paid both
by citizens of thif place and by brethren in other parts
of the State, to oil of whom the church feels grateful.
The house is a fine brick structure, 40 by 75 feet,
and H feet from the ground to the top of the wall.
A Good Hit. Theodore Parker pays: -"Mr. Fa-cin-both-uays
ia popular politician in America just
now, sitting on the fenco between honesty and dis
horcfty, and like the blank leaf between the Old nnd
the No;v Tcitamnts, belonging to neither dispensation."
I - v -was V. V UUkll IWI(.ir 'J
NCW.S OP- TIIC DAY.
A Lady Epitok. Mrs. Pre welt is the editor of the
Yazoo City Whijj, a political ucvfpipcr.
1'ancroft, the historian has announced his purpose
upon his return to this, country, to take up his resi
dence in New York.
Robert R. Dickey, the d ictor accused of poio;iin
his mother-in-law, committed suicide by etilt inr his
throat, in Fairfield, N. Y.
Henry II. Sylvester, chief clerk in the Patent Oflice,
has received notice of his dismissal, from tho (,'orn-
ioncr, Mr. Kwbank.
successor m not yet
named. It i't. S u n .
Cast irnj j;iils nre now in course f constpictiou at
rmcinmti. O,.o is to Lr , I'hqueniino, Li., and
, , . , . T, , n, 1
hreo are destmI to ( nll.it;n, .lis;. 1
An American citizen at Vrera 1,'rnz, han petitoned
t!ie (Joiornor I' r leave to make war on the tiuerillas
that infest th ; road to iIe.ico, on his iir.i hnk.
The citi'.ens of Jcffortfonvilh and (.'harlestown, In
diana, have subscribed ?IJ,(K)0 for the construction
df a plank road between the two place.
Sknit.m t. ok 1 1 a n I . Tho verdict of the Criminal
Court has been nllirmed by the Circuit Court a t Wash
ington, in Lie ease of Hand, who Mole the (jovem-
ment Jewels, und he pes three years to the Peniten
tiary. The Lexington (Mo.) Express, estimate that the
number f animal taken tieroiM the plains by the
California emigrants, this Hta-on, to bo between
10,000 and 00,000, and thinks the greater part must
perish from the want of MifMMiauec. Such was the
case on the Oregon trail in 1 5 17.
A M wv or Fasti N'i. The New School Presbyteri
an Conference, now in session at Philadelphia, has
appointed the lirst Monday in January next, to be ob
served as a day of fasting, humiliation mid prayer by
the church throughout the United States.
TlMtiT.NTiNn. I !y means of a chemical discovery
recently made, it is said that oil of turpentine can be
freed from its peculiar stnell t-o completely, that not
only it is rendered inodorous, but it can be impregna
ted with any desired perfume, without detcioratiug its
Tin: Mi'criF.r. at Lisr.F.. We learn from the liinjr
hainpton, (N. V.) Iris, that the boy Hoiiohtaliue:,
years old, accused of cutting (tl his fatherV head,
while he lay drunk, has been discharged, on the ground
of his extrem youth ami supposed moral incompeten
cy to commit the crime of murder.
Srpi)K Dkatii. We are informed that a Mrs.
Martin of Smyrna township in this county, retired to
her bed a few evenings since in her usual health, but
In-fore morning it wax discovered that tdie had rpiietly
cxpiie during the tiieht. Madison Itanwr.
HoNor. to Ttir. i.atk (I f.n. Wor.Tii. The Adjutant
(ler.eral of the Army, onb-rs ns npjtropriatc military
le dots t the memory of the deceased, that each post
within his late geographical department will lire min
ute L'uti. (thirteen,) eommenciti at 'dock M.
and display the national Hag at hall ftall from the
Hiitn? I.onr till Min d nvn on the dav next after the re
ceipt of tin-, order.
Troin thr Xt ic Orleans Crescent, Mjy 16.
Tin; OvKi;ri.ov. four o'coeA, ollniwmi, This,
tnornino we stated that the water w as rising, nnd that
several streets in the rear of the First Municipality
were then llooded. We i egret to say that the pros
pects this afternoon are still more gloomy. Where
there was 110 w ater on .Monday a boat may float this
fifroriiiion. The rain mav have rnnt rihtitcd to increase
.1 ...1 c .1.. - :.. :. :. .i.. .1... !
........v, e..,..,.,., v ,
OVCrlloW IS OII the increase. Common Street is llood-
ed nearly up to the ronier i f Uarrone street. Sevc-:
!r r 1 1 11 1. 1 wf 1 I
ral families have been obliged to decamp. e oberv- j
eu a verv rapid current in 1110 unierent channels irom
! tin river in the direction of the canal. Of course:
when this i met by the wat r i tning from the crcv-i
a.-.-e, there will he to M)tne extent a. rjuantity d stag
t.ant water. Should this be allowed to rest for any
time, it will generate disease to an alarming amount.
Hence the greater necessity of checking any furthur
i it tl 11 x from the creva.-se.
llight o'r'orl,. Tho wnter is still on the increase,
riiiiippa street is now a deluge of wa'er. Heats are
as commonly seen there as carts a few days since.
Within the last four hours the water Ins risen from
six to eight inches.
"Wake Snakks!" Thu New Orleans Pica v tine
warns the good folks of the itiundattd regions not to
xoosc themselves in tho water, ns the overflow had
brought largo numbers of reptiles up into the .streets.
It s.iys :
Connor snakes tho most venomous known in this
country, have been seen in the water in several pla
ces within tho Inst two or three days, nnd wc learned
from guod 'itilhority hel evening that a little girl,
while wading in tho water in faubourg Tremor, on
Saturday hit, was bitten by something which t-hedid
Hot see, and died in a few hurs afierwards.
The N. O. Picayune of the 'J-Jd, says:
"The llood continues to rise, and we nlmost fear
that it will extend its encroachment-, to St. Charles
Htreet. The water within the past thirty-six hours
has risen w ith much more rapidity than lets heretofore
been noticed. Canal tdreet on "both sides was last
ni:lht cotnp!etdy overflowed as far down ns Dauphin
street, m.d in nearly all the t reels above L'ieuville,
running the same way, the llood had readied about
the -;itne Im.
There nre dwellings idw in the extreme out-sl;irts
of tho town, wbicb are a mile and a half from dry
ground, the whole distance being navigable for good
sized ya Us. The dead bodies from the Chnrity Hos
pital are conveyed to Potter's Field, a distance of three
miles nnd upwards, by water, barges having been
constructed for tl.' purpose. "
The Evening Picayune of the fame date says:
"The water rose la-d night about two inches, and
is -til! on the ne this morning. It now sets hack in
tiio gutters as far as Carondelct street, the streets
running towards the river being completely oversowed
up to Ihronne street."
O IS I T V A II V .
Pied, nt hi tcji lcrce, on Thursday mimiing, Mny 31, Mr.
Mos r.s Flack, of this city. Iii bnnal will tike place on
S-ui.bty inoriiinr, t 10 o'clock. Funcial fervircs by Rev.
V. C. Iloli lay nn 1 Her. Win. Morrow, at Wesley Chapel.
Hi fi ietids aie invited to attend.
We t! 1 not grieve for the weaiy invalid, w.rn and wasted
by .'iease, to whom the biihtness of Sjuinj brought no re
lief, whose ipiict .ick roitii its refreshing inlluences could
not irach. Kre now his jpiiit Ins been claddened I))' songs
of atiel, itid the beauty and peace of that celestial city of
which we cannot even conceive." He has tasted of Ihe
pure clear water of that crystal river which floweth from
the Throne, and has bectin to enjoy the love of lletvcn
We rejoice for him though we cannot cornpiehend his joy.
Hut we sorrowfully remember that he is not here, though
there are many wlmsc lieails tlo not ruse to call for him,
and our j y is tu med into mourning. There aie few whoso
absence will he longer or incic deeply felt. His superior
mind gave to his opinions an 1 example weight, while the
unfeigned kindnesi of his heat giitied that influence over
others which ma.lc then willing to receive and profit by
them. Though ieervcd and tpjiet, he possessed naturally
in an eminent degtec that beautiful charity which " never
faileth," because it c met from the heart. It shone in eveiy
act and word, beamed in eveiy lok and prompted him when
s low as to be scarcely alio to peak, to stiive to chcei tho
drooping hearts around him. It created a ort of atmoi..heie
of kindness and refinement, felt not only by his friends and
family, but all wi'h whom he had t do. I seems a strange
rioviilence that one so calculated to do good and make others
happy, should be taken uway. Hut let those whose alftc
tions cluns to him remember that for him to die " was gain,"
that fie who called htm hath infintie wis.lotn and love.
hid! iiial L'lis, June 1, 1S49. K. B.
.r . :. . - - . .
MkssKS. Editorh :- -Tl'.; liemoei r.tic convention meets
, 1. . 11 1 ... . . 11.
t ,-day. It will h, ,.e-. y it, n- ni.nnte two and.dates
im inti oiiiou tu ii.isyi 1.11 . 11 itf. tinvni" set n inuv oiiu
name mentioned in yo'ir puner in connexion with tho of-
fice, permit me to sugietit for the conuideration nf tlm j
. I r . g, , 1
i..niriiii..ii, ti. u 'Jiiii- ..ni.A.iA.'. i oo;
low iisliip. Dir. I., is a gentleman cl good mind, sound
judgment, nnd integrity. 1 liavo no doubt that his nomi.
nation would give s itisfaction. Ö.
An Cclcctic Medical Convention fur the State of Indi
ana wili assemble at l.ngansport on tho 11th day of Juno
next. Eclectic Practitioners throiigliotii the Si ate and all
; ntlieis dcsiroui ol advancing the interests o Scientific
: Medical Iteform arc invited lobe nre-ienl. The H.iard
j Trustees of the Eclectic Medical Institute) of Indiana
! will Ui meet at the stnu time and place for the'furtheri
1 organization of the Institute. Ity older of thu Ltcanl.
! Paper throughout tho State friendly to the cause will
1 plea.o copy.
ricE smij NOMINATIONS.
JAMES IT. CKAVKNS, of Ripley County.
F?1 I.I KITTEN ANT (ioTKNOII,
JOHN Y. WRICHT.f Cass County.
. Democratic Convention.
We have been rcqnestrd to state that there will be a
joint convention of the Democracy nf Clinton and Tip
ton countis held at Michigantown, on Sattirtlay the 10th
day of June next, l r the jcisn f,f ri'-ioioniin a enndi- 1
rlatii for RepreM'ntati ve, aitli olhrr purpof. A general
attendance ij rerpiested by SIA.NV I J I. M ( KMIATS.
i fvr'e are retiu?,teJ tunnitire Wiliiam I5yi. f I
Michisraiittmn, as cuniiJite to icjucseut the i c t nin-
r - r.l J tho co.o.to-s of T.ton .,! J"1?;'' i'
.ej;i-latuie, 8u!j' t to the tlci i-i n f the Democratic I on-
.Mesiih. Cm rM ans it paxx: Plrase announce the
name ef Jamckl Ctoir.of Lawrence Township, as a
candidate for Amociate Jutljjo of Marion county, subjert
to the decision of tho democratic convention, and nhbge,
Ij'We are requested to Hntiounce Tol.ivr.rt Ii. IIah
i.m, ol Warren towihip, as a candiilate for County A
hesmir, subject lo iho drciüion of tho democratic conven
tion. Mrrs lJitr.i--Vc" immir.ee the name of Sahitx
Mi: iui ill, m a camtiJatt fm the Leg'niatuie. and etilitfe
fj-We aic icqurstnl to nnnnunrc II. P. Teno, id IViry
tewii-hip, a a camlnlate tt ('oui.ty Comtniisicncr, sudjcci
to the tteci-ioii ef the Deinociaiic Ciuinty Con ventien. 1
frTWe ie ii-qiie-tp.l t attumn ce '.. P. IIao, of Wal
ten Tovrnhi;t, as can-ti late I'oi Uepiecntativc, subject to
I lie County Con vrntimi.
V-We are inpiestetl to announce Dr. P.. K. Joiinhon of
Pike lowr.hip a a ciritlilitc f.o ltepieenia"ivc in tlie next
lei-lattne, subject to the tb ci-i n ef the DcmOciatic county
are 'eqneste l to mmuuiice William Sullivan aj
a catnb tate fur tlie elTice of Cminty Cleik.
t 1 1 1 1 1 :s i E i . i i iii a i ' a ei . i:s .
S'iiniHT, 'S':i!i olic.
fiMIAT nt the .Mill' FOL'XDHIiV, nt lii.liaiu.jo'is, nr mnnii
M. J.nturt l tlie i.T l.itnr.l aii l jostlv ce et r ite-l Watson it lloo
vt i's Tl.iashia Michims. U is only necessary for tis t ay,
ll.at l lii;uiitt;ictilrire kiii'ls of lt-r Power for tliretil.in, or
llii'e-liiiii nu.l rle:iioii ulf.tl.aM by ihr. same trrut ion. Wen re
nlsu pit-pared to m.ke Mine b:t'-n nt kinds oi Sepsrators, viz:
I'itt'i.Touii'.eiKl's ;oi.l Vliitiiian'.s ratein. a!l ol uhieh are sta-tioiii-ry.
'1 he I'nwi is, Tlires-hers. ftti-t Heiiarntor ait: Htr Katae
ritt ins as tiio.-e in a an fact a red ;it Itüchestcr, N . V., and Miamia
but :. Olli". Josef.! Wat-mi . u Ito I: s inituti'n.-tnrfd the ii.H.vt:
Hint-hint's for t!.e last ei:lit years ar M iain ias'.ur j; , Uiio, i now
jaitiie;1 in tin: Kii.i-hiaj Shu.t, 1'iMiu ti y, is..', h is nre.les lor
ns to (.ay tiiat those Machines aie the he.st in the Ctiited States.
No tiihf r'.Mac him can he ci.tii;.,ir.-1 t. tlo in fr nt.f.l and utility.
One l the .M icliiiit s w lit liii . rIi Ii oni -1 to d0 huhel of w lu.at
ia a da , ready lot nvrki t.
AI-N Steam Faiirine, v illi or viitlmiit 1 oil.-i s of any sire deira-
M,. w a, rantt-a er.-. t, and to opt ratu well Saw and (Jrist Mill
Castings, of ml km I, I tte l tip to any draft tarnished ; Urate
15;us, Kire Front, i'ii'. Also, tlie Ci!e! lated and far iained
Kept conit.iiitly on h nut ; iir-io, Cri Shfll. rs, with .Separators,
lucirry away the cutis, ioi.l ( lover lltillers thnt etery far
mer should have. We in a ke 1 1 :o J Lathe ami Slid.- Luthe of
kj(l(i f ,..,,'.,, 0:i th- l.o.te. t notice ; Scow VUv nnd Tan, of
wnv i7.e or ihre.i'l ; Screws for Hay I'le.-se for any dtucrijition ot
I'l es. ti cm i JC'IO I loni'i rii'W.lo Pliy miintli-r t.e. Come oni.
corn- all, 1 se tl.;.t w n k. ran be done a che; p ;nid as m at ly
lis, as it can he done m oldet cities.
TAYI.OK, WATSON it CO.
Indiaiiapo.ii, lime, 1, -t:. 11 1 -y
ritrsss s;oc iw or itiu;s.
S . . . DUVAL,
(Siti'crssor In .!. Ramsey,)
WlioIrs:ilr riuil CCctail I :! er,
IN Dm--. Mi di im ?, Pan.U, Oi'?, Iye ntnil'i, Cliemi.-itls, nr
pienl liistruim ntj, Itui-l eR, Tohaeeo, I'iar.-, I't rfuoieiy,
( jiaHWHl '. V.C. is now rteivi!i los.'prin Mock fiom the Kastelt
market, and I re.iieetltdty ie.in.ts ull
perfns who de-ire to
,,,., ,I1T ,, t,,. aiKive ai It-lcs, to call n. i.l eNamine Iii stock I
.Horn pnrrha-in elm-wheie, as I e is , te.ir.in.Hj to Pell h low if I
t lower th.m any other e-o.i.h-hn.etit in the state. !
B.itiit SciliniK's. !
An as,m,Ilt ol lht. I1U).t P,,,.rov,, iate,,t Me.lieir.M will fe
kept constamly oa i.no.i. ai-...h rhoi. t lot of lo.piors will Lc
kent coiistaullv 0:1 bnn.l
lound in o-ir stttie l.-r iin iic.ii purposes, ami w in no oui low. j
ToIiim co ;uil hcai. I
1(1 (Utl poun.'s I r in ! of Vic'tnii Tnhncco ; 'Jd.bt'it I'rinripe, 0,
I C) P.ii.iOll I. io eoo in-.tlia, 0,lil (J Plantation, '.HO lptriMigi, '
r.,noo l.;i i 11..1 ns, ha.rjut been epenej nnd will t)U solil ut 1
I inriniiuti jit iocs. j
l'i thinvrv- lit if OH and D'jes.
A l'ifr' 'is-orlrm nt of French, KuElisli, and A inei jean 1'rrfurn-j
try , 11 iir t iN au I ll.iir Dyes, of the eiy t st itn tlitj, jiot receiv
t .l a:idwiillt sold low, w h 1 sale and 1 elnil.
Paints, Oils, I) tc-Stn ('s.
A lot cf Paints, OiN. Dy e-Mnlfs, Vc, in utore ami for unle lew. i
Also, Paint an 1 While vvuslj lirnshes, of every tk-scrition of j
K I'teni inn nn (acinic.
Dr. Dnvul wi I pay par'i-ulir attention to prt p.iiir. rcrip
i'iis, :uid w ill pivt-- .'nt cti-ttis for tin ir use. I'roin a u vular i !ii
c;itn:i in Medn jiie, and experience ; s J nnior l'h) ir Ian to tht Il.il
timoit Inhrmaiy, and seer.il je,ir lattice in a mahtiious Iis-
11 Kt m thi .t;ite, In flaOer iumselltli.it he will l e al le to iv
entoe sit!i-I iction in his profession. Ktoie next door to Littlo &.
t.'o.'s Aueti.iii Stt.-rtk I
liidMjnpoh.s Ji:ne 1, lU-y I
Ilil IS noli. B.ol, i
JflMKWMKltF. bttwcea llenrv TurneiN nr.,l the Mannic Hn'l :
building, blt W eek , '1 mi il I black Morocco porkct book , Con- ;
lainu-.ir a itne l ill su'iu .ll.y 11. I,, niow imit; lor j-lwoit aim j
M-vcral o'.lo i- niinera of no roiit tpieiu i tonny but the ow ner. Any t
intorni tti.iii triven to the umlei sintd at Urovviuiiir'fi Hotel, or at J
thU oüi.-e, w ill he snitDhly lewanleil. DAVID CAUY.
In-lianapoli-i, May 31 , H-PX Hl-"w1!
i;i:vi:v;vo;.i), or t ::st:i,i(i a: vÄi7,
Ti T 1 1 1 to infortii tl e rnhlic rt spcilii My , that thty are or
T piiid to do any work in tli raiutini; line to onJt r, surh 1
as Ilou-e, Sin audi 'a trinke I'.iinMnp, IJlr.ui, nnd Papet-haii-j
invj. Tl.cy will paint to order tran-p 11 ent Wimlow- Slia.ics , rtel,
k.-ep constantly on I and a line aot tint-nt of the f .imtr lor R;il., at I
wholesale and retnil. Simji lark ot John Tilidin. hi & Kvaiu'i
stole, on Washington sfiet - a . t ot the Branch H.mk. j
I t.di iiiap. lis, June 'J. 1I0. 11 1 aniosH
t'ri'UIOU n'i:.titv l' Sir 1111 F.nsine rnn ho had at the
1 . . . . ...
New K011 11 !eiy, In li imi.olis. l.ol lly osit rt that our
Ktijinr r inimt fe s ii p i.se.l by any tliat has been inar.iifrtetureil
an.l luoiilit Id tins M-i-tioii ol" rm'tntry. lljvinj; supptiel our
reives witti the l,ct ol iii'-c h.i nics, we art; capable ol tioins the
bet of wink. rero:it cotni'ig to tlie city ran f e oni of our en
riin-s at tork rtt t it IVj find I.:t.t F.l- t iry of t 'r lord it Oöoi.
'1'ermt 1 e-i.-.oii;i!.!., and o;lv prtmit.
lil y TAYI.OU, WATSON ?i CO.
Sf-tiitl-li:iutl I'.niiM :inl IJoiltTH rr
JOI) st contt-hniKl I'.nine an 1 T.oib rcan be had on rr.t.on.
1 5k hMe term 1 v ea'lins i nine.Ii it. lr nt the New Foundeiy of
.Illy T A V I .(Ml , W'ATS I V U CO.
I'roposuls for Aiucriciii Wuter-Hottcil
Dureao of Con;lru''tioti,K'piipiniiit ami llepnir,
March I , I-IO.
w TNDKIt Ihe joint rt folu'ion ,.f Cor.sres., fproved May '.),
U.J s4-t, etititl-d a " U.o uljot. rei el tfi controls for hemp j
li the 11-Hot the Amerie n nav , e,. I-I j) opoit! will be receiv- (
e I at tin bureau, 01 th r 1'nitt 1 States hemp agencies at Lou i.iville, ,
KehlucKy.or M. I.ouiü, Mis-oot i, (to lie foi wauled br lh-in im
opened to this bureau.) or delivering tu. der t oi l! act, ut citl.t r t.f
tue nuid Hemp Aeiicie., lor a term not excecdm five years,.
bct quality of Jiutrruna watrr-rvt'ni hemp, in t'iantitit-t of live, toes
and upward, tie. ton to consist 0 i,JU pounds. No bid will l.e ,
cotn-Klered at a hl-U.-r rate than two inin.l.ed at..! forty-toie t'ollar-t
jer ton. The pr uposnh to be opened on the tit!i day of August next, j
The department will then tb-termine whether the rontr;.cts shall j
bo awarded. No delivery will be retjuireJ ojner than the 1-tt day j
of January, ls"0.
The ttaid lu mp muit beetiual in quality to tho best foreign hemp; j
and in till eases til e.Uitlity of bid, the conti net w ill he given to ;
the hemp grower. The tpinntity required annually will be about
5K) tons. i
ThemiiJ hemp ninst tic tliorotihy dressed, cleHiietl, Tree from
nhives, and must not lose more than sixteen per cent of tow and
waste when haichelled to the satisfaction of the inspectors ready
for spinnm Um utreiigtli must If such that a rope of one nd
Ihrt'c-loiirth-t ol j.ii inch 111 circumference, made from twenty-one
yarns, hs ptoparel and te-led by the inspectois, or by th"ir direc
tion, will ber at least 4,'J0i) poundt, and its leiitb, color, and olher
properties must t ntirlv atislactory to tli inspector, or the
chief of this bureau, or it will not be received j it will be inspect
ed nnd tested at the respective places ol ttcliveiy. 1
Tho respective L'nile.l 8lates hemn nonts to cert ifv hills for the
hemp wlticli m iy ts! inspection and le received by them, accord
ing to tliv contracts which mav tc entered into ; ninety per cent, j
of which bills lo be pay able within thirty dsy after their prem-l.t- 1
at 10 11 to sin-h navy agents as may be agreed upon and named in i
the contracts. "
Pt-rsoiis ollerln noit state tho price, in words nnd figure,
(clearly and le;itiy.) a-ke l per ton of '1,2 10 pounds, when dt li v- j
ered, inspected, tested, ipprovet and itfied by the said hemp:
nrreni, and paya'de .is above specified.
livery o:fer nnist le uceompaniud, as directfd in the net of Con- j
jrress niiikin appropriations for the naval service, approvetl loih ,
August, l-iti, by a wiilttn Rutranty. Mtjriie.l by one or more re-
jsponsbde persons, (t-j lie certified iysoine of'icial personam',) to
the eli.'Ct thltbe or tliey undertake that tt'e bidder or bidder wil', ,
if his orthrir 1! le accepted, enter into an obligation within fif
teen days rifter the contract is submitted for oi-'iiaturt', w it It yood .
and tirticie.it stiretie-i, to fnrninh the upplics proposed. No pro- t
po-nl wilt 1' co'.isi.icred unless a-companied by such gunranty. !
IVonds with two approved suretirn in tmejnlf the estimated
amount of the reflective con'r iris will be reonired, nn I len or 1
' centum in addition will e witlmeld fiotn the. anion nt of each pny- 1
j incut lo tie Hi-til.!, ti- t'ollntt ral senility for the tine ami faiililul per-
I rum int-e of the respective contract, which w ill en 110 ariirfint tie ,
paid 11 nn I t!i contracts are complied with in ail respects according i
to their term--.
Hirers titi -t be ttnde in trirt conformity with the terms of this
advertisement. The per-ions orfeting nnist tlaUs by whtVA 'e atnt
nicy isii turn 1. his (i.ii.i.ii inrii .tniri ia .tt epien, Hiio i y trnif.it
j h'mp or it'iry aecylhey wis!i to hive contracts and bonds nenl for
! rir signature ; an' it lheyhuld not ,e executed within fifteen
1 tlavs aller they nre lecetved by the ajfcntH. ihe ilep trnneitt will can-
, ,jdVr )lsrU u Uh,tly ln wC'vi olhtr (,rtla in Jdace of those Ilms
IN ill "'i'S 1 11 . . Jiv . 0 s7 I 1 '"I s.nt; l 11. ill.
. rso V k 1? rv-a I -r i . . .rt 1.1I ..nj Of r I.
x kj w tlie fit v call Rlore. I 11 W M . A. WKIfitir.
STIMW .11 ATTING.
Onn VAItDS ?traw Matting just received at the citv cath
Uv,ton'. 110 VM . A. WUKillT.
Ofl) I'S. Prints at irdnced prices, together with a general as
-vsJ gortinentof staple and lanry dry good very cheap, by
110 WM. A. WKhiUT.
to iioi sc;-ev!:3:ij:us.
A ni.KACUKl) SbtttiuR; IM Brown, do; 3 A ViWow
! ir Mu-lm ; nuj.tr fmh. wimlow curtains; Drown and
of. meachea Miiuns; iickmgs, un.iii.gi, &c
WM. A. U'KICMT.
SO.1I f '.Til IIN'Ci II A ISO.H I'
(1 AN he h.d in the way of fine fashionabo honifts, or the Iat-
ekt style, on r-aionaLle terms, et .Mr. WltkillT'. llnona-Y-
Miliinrry Ental.li'.hrient, one door east cf Ilaunamnn'i d;u
t.toie,in tke rtai of th; city cah f'.oic.
To llie I;ilic!
o n n .11 e ! r a i, 11 ai ft.
South Pennsylvania S'ieet, third donrjrom the Post Office,
OUN A Mf.STAT. 1IAIII WORKKR ASH r K K II' M .K.
A 1 1 1' S Wi-'n, n.ui.leanx. llroili, Cuilii, Nec Marti, rtrrr.
J lett. Äe.. tn ntleiiien's U it:. Tani'ee, Wntch ( o:nr.Ji, St.-.,
ma te to or.tjr, with iitrttnei und JespHU h. Cash paid for Iiong
Covereit with a nuturat urowOi of Hair Vr tlie nicnf
SMITH'S Vk',I Hnlr Tonic nntl llcatoratlrr.
Patented September 17. IH 18.
or nn: Moyi:v nnnr.vDicn.
Toe Inventor 1 n.l oroi rit tor of thu extr;ur,lin;iry romponn!,
I r, afer e.ir of ,lih't.t reseirch, ,ll.oev.r, ! a p,reTlltlo i th
will pto I'ire Hair i.niiaL! Heads, mot lie 1. - ' v -U , ri.-.l ot !o
f.,rt. Unit Ii -nithoti .c all hi ageuti to llKfl'M' the MoNKY
in ran; it f.ON.
SMITH'S JUlll llESTOlUTJVi:
i ii,).v i 1 i:m tiy ninny we., h t.t trie I ertry other prepirsition
wit.'iout tlt Je:it betiiiit. Ttiat
Jfatr has hern produced by tfiit,
we cm rreily HHticfy any one ' referring to Ilm in livi Oials, J-f-r-fot.ally,
who will f'tov their he. i!.
Tin: i:'TiiAonniXMtY i:ffi:ct.
which thik preparation pro.lii'-ei h.i nver hern rj lured I'V "ny
hair pr p;i ration hefore, uml, from r e pieit urnonnt of dc tioii
h'o to!oi e rdtiee I io )repnration for tin hair, there npp'- o-s to
he n Fke'tteinii r xi!htj with nimy to any arti c in':. .in' to
he a hair restorative : hut if a iv h.uht who i vni t t ' Lis on.,
we wilt he lriseJ to (,ivi .uch"' () V.' Ll'lDliyCF." m cniinot
fail to rtmviiire, il they ran .f rout Hit f l tt i.nj Uct. HviJem o
1 every 1 : J'l eseiitr l to us t y those J.o ;u e lisjnj it, atitl ill 11U
. CiO'e bn" it ) i !!. ') Iiis article i oller t entitely upon
Different Terms from any other
mich fit there I no rhanre of losi in, to ihoe w I o ue it, nn l
Mich ; mn.-t ol' itse f convince t ou that it w ill t!o nil tliul 1 joo
inise.l iiir it. Try it then ut oner!
it ii folly to mippoxc tltfit the. rrstoi rttion of the I nir ran he ef
fee If"! Willi out Attention an.J jeiever:m'e tor a co:ii hi alle
1 tith ot time; hut who wool. I not pi, fer tiin n pr-pur;iti.'i
which ii ) little OouMe, to hein laM or w taring n w i. 'Iho
ciiriitiit.oiret ut teinlitu hal.lne. an' co va it 1 tin t it i impossi
tiU to presr ri'e a time for the hair to heroine f.illt io.it;in-,J ; jt
ttependu upon the extent of the I iiri eioo-ss, the time it hitxiste.l,
in l on tlm refill ir applira lion of tho Kestorntit e.
I h s preparation e.01 be appli.'.l to the most tlei;)te hea l with
out the leant iliin;er, as then: ii not a jartic I of a chemical or
any ! I "tot Ions t'i'st trn-t? in it.
"1 hoe wlroKc lo ir it cotiiini out, nr a-Jsitmiiijj a d'-a l nppenr.
nn.-e, (.ItottlJ not f ol to i teor,; it ut once. It will too; it entirely
fi oni frfllui' oil , ami it causes the rlui'l tt tlow with which the Je.
Ik-ate hsir t vitic-s nie Allel, hy whirh nififri.i tiiny whose liej.Jg
weif, turning i;ray I ae l.i.l it resii.ie.l to tl natm il n.lor.
'1 Ion- is a beeret hoi of rohrin3 matter in the tniie of the linir,
whirh, a Hiun iw ktopp'-J, the hair beirins to t 1 r i giuy, 'Mii cuu
be kept Ui hy the npiibcition of this pn paration.
If jotl v:tlue the hair f'i now have, beware of nrtirb-s pottt-n
tip to t'tiack ine.lirine ven iei- ami l.;ti hei-, 1111 ler Ii. titnei- nam. s,
w hich uro productive ot the worst r.vnlls. They sei w to litre
ratethe loa.l.th. nl.y d.stroj in' t!i rooKcf the hiir, nu.l j.ii'tin;
it beyonJ tlie povsilubty of ii-ttoratioii. In 1 1 i - on run 10 such
rkk the testimony of all who have tislol it In l!y rm 1 dl.er:ite
tlii statement and we ran refer to siny nnml.erol' peii. ol ih;
first Handint; in thisri'y, wliose hair hs been restored, mil will
fully tonlirin what i:sy.
Vhen vou yo to loiy the humt-nt; oihre.l. aU. for the evi.h-nre
ami miles evidence i rivt-n.ht thtiii a 'one. Tin n ca'l n j o;i
us and we wiM n frr you to any number, fr "Sinitli' some who
have I. evil 1jIJ tweniy-livc years, ami have ha l their hair testor
ed. Kor f 11 rt' er ii f.-rmntion call on a nn 1 ir. t a treatise on the Ii iir,
grain, w hirlt w ill ! e loni.d iiit inn restin-.-.
The tonic i: put up in larpe bottle nt ..' for I al 1 he ir!!, and in
sm iller hot lie lor . I , Inr pieventinc ihe h a:r from fi tiin out.
Harare vf Count tt ft d! Kuch outude wiaiper is sisrn.d W'.Y.
A lioeial t'keount made to those who pnrrl.is,. n M.;j aiin.
V. K. SMITH, rrejn.to,, .
South reriniytv.inii street, tliirtl t.'oor Irom Cos. i'Iieo.
Tov vo. I'! :t m .Si V .i unupulis . Indiana.
S.Jite nt' E ti(!i:)tt:i, Jloonc 'otiuly.
J int Ulm: CmcriT t'oeiiT. A it 1 1. 1 ti.M, A. 1) . H !..
la Cham fry.
Ahmr II. bnarlry rt. the iinkuow n heir of (.'(re b. Ket n ird, I
teased, William M. iSinith, Char'eH Kpjw n-on. ami lln.ry 11 vp n
BP. it r." men 1 hi red, that on thebtli jtnün.sl thy of lli-.pnl term
tf tlie ti.oi:e ClM ilil Court, H;t, the said Aimer If Umplry,
by ' Neal In-. oln .r, tiled in aid riant hw toll of rotopUinl Hsiont
(said defendant, w an itnneied ntlid ivit to srii.l bill ill it Ihe 101-
kiiown to hit of fjeoree I,. Kt nnaid, ile eased, are unknown to hen,
and Ih t their residence in, us Ii eii ly l-elie es. ta t in tin Si tie ;
Mid n'sooii theo-Oi day til' A: rit, 1 - 1 1, the ititidavit of a tininterest, d
ierson was filed bi the rlerk' ellirent Kild rnuil f tin' linti-iesi-ileni
e of said th lend. tut ('h tilt r'pperii .
Tlieiefore, the said unknown heir of t.eorft 1- Krnnard , decra
ed, nntl litrles I'.ppt rsoii, th feint oit atiove named, nre heiet.y nri.
lied of tl:e liln.p and ieit!ency of slid bill of comphiiit Hiinst llieiu
in nail coin t ; aii.t-lh.it unless ihey appear in said court antl amtwer
til plead lo said hill 011 She calling of Ihe e i utt- at be next enmin"
OrtelMt term theteof, the Mine nnd the m itter Hierein toiitHiiied will
lie taken nnd held as line and con;e.-M-d as against thein.
JCii-IHM!,: Allest, I.KVl LANK. Cterk.
iri!i:iu:i4ilis f'ollcniic Inlilii!.
. Kit AMihM r.S I S have been ma In to esta'.lisli a svstti:i oi
.' edncatiofi in tbis citv, romnit.-neiii!; with the oiinwry d
partiiieiit tn I corojil -lin such a coiiw of ins'ruciion, us i uu
nl ly taught in Jlilt Schools.
Wlu n fully or.ini.e I, a male and ft mile l paitnu-tit will be
embraced, it" bein:; designr. I to cnmpb'te a till! nmrti of f-i:.t
lnsinn-ti. it, and tit mal.' pnj'ilt tor iho common I tuiness of life,
or tor th junior cl i's in college.
The iieot-sary Ixnl lions for tin" ini'e tlejilrtiin ii! 10 expected
to tie erected by the first of Octolfi n "it. In ihe ineaiilimr, that
department will !e commence I on .Mandat, the 2lst day ef"t.Miy ntit,
Tt a term of three month, at the old 1' rei-M terian Oitn ch, w Inch
will be lilted up lor the put pose.
Itev. .lohn McArthur, l n: I'rofessor of (ircck Literature in Mi
nmi IJtiivtTsit v, ha, been cIijm 11 I'liucipal, an w ill enter upon
bit duties Ht ihe M a v fesMon , u t as it is designed t tint itl v a
limited number of pupils si ill be commit ted to aiy teachi r, Mr.
Me Arthur will be assisted, as shall be icqnisite, by vvsll tpiaiiiit-tl
Special i.ftent:on will be riven to rli gious itis'ruct ion , the etil-
titatioii ol the :itlectioiis ot the heart, us wi ll r. the tiaininjef
the- nn b rt .tutting.
I'.ei tin unii il devntioiiil exercises of the inornin, a re;u -lar
course of I'.il.licat I n-tru.'tion w ill be pur-ued.
No pains w ill be sparoJ to j.n i rve the pupils from imniorid 111
tlnt'iic nfl nnd br.bits.
The rate of tuition will be the fame us in other siuulir I nf ti
tiilion. t'ntil ProfeM'-.or VcAithur arrive, about the first oi May. ap
plication tor HlmiMtluii in a v be runde to lr. lfoiic Coe.or any of
the undcrri-utd. I'll INKA 1. UHLEV, 1
THOMAS II. SIIAKTK,
ISA t: idli,
WM. II. slIKETs8,
JAMl-S M. KAV.
Indianapoli, April Iß. 1-1'.. '.es liw
ivv 'ri'i"" röihVi: iuii:K vm.
' 511 tl attention of the put ti-- is respecilulty invited to thin 11- w ly
Ö inveutf l i.pp.ir.itos. The otjeft lor ivbich it is. iuttlitled I
perfectly to pMseite roipts fiom ' itectij fr fitiy hi, ph ot time,
w ilhtuit In ii'-r an w ie o:7en(-i vo lo .leli.-acy, or unseemly io f.p
.enrnnrt. The value ,.f su. li n machine cannot bo estimated but
t'Tthtwn tender f.i lin; w hidi lon lor the preservütion ef a do
parte lfii.n l; and an. mi; those whoh tvt: tmen comj t iled to use
it on cconnt of the last .(. ravin; of tht-ir liiin.ts.a peueral and
pleasing s.itisfnction has bet n'piven ", for noneran peak too high
ly of mch an important and uselnl invention. P.eiievoletit institul
tions nn.l nil ollicrs wlio ileiir; to ttel iv Itinera! until Ibeartiva-
of t!tt-nt relatives, or to make nuitablo preparation for interment.
ran, hy use ol'tliis inncliiile, preserve tlu m lor wctks ill a perfectly
iiioib'tisive Male, allowing all to j;ne uptin them.
The nn len-i 'iie-l In situi cil the patent for Marion county ot
this valuable otid murh needed apparatus. It can be used in the
best room i i tho bon-e without the least Inconvenience, and if it
. does nut givu uatiiftctioit , no charge will l.s made. 1 In aopara
t tus ciin bo seen and will t e applie I by tlie iindersi;neil. Und r.
takcr and fiollin Maker, at Iiis old tbin.l.ol the Late, .nam street,
Inrtinnapo'i-'. J . 1. - i ni.i c-iir.it..
N. D. Tho undersigned has two hearfes and cairijpt-s, and the
l ent nd most careful honJs in his employ ; fo that , if it honld
happen that he is absent on professional duty, that al I order left
nt In? place of hUhinens. will te atlonded to in as irood style, f.nd
nn pHtietunlly.as tlioneh he himself was there. The impreskiou
hinir nhrnad tltat when irofeir.iially .tt.setit no pet ton would at
tend I n p t t :,!, ho wishct hit friends i.nd the pii'dic to un !er!an l
that they can he att'oidod to l those in Iiis t -mplov, to thrir satot
ii'-tioti. lteidy mf.de coffins always on hand. Tute-lual attend
ance, nt all hours. -tf
IVtlTlCi: T4 CO.VriCT OIlS.
fWMIK iiiidersicned,Triile'.4 t.r the Watmsh and Er it? Canal, here
in l.y c've notice llntth-y will receive sealed pnposa U pt W'a-h-inton,
iMvies county, Indiina, on the 'J7lli day t.f June neu. fei the
rmi!iruciiiiii t.f attotit tweniy-fotir niilutt of aid Canal, eitending
from Um prono-d lam nertut the west fork of Whiit river, near tlie
ponth line of (Ireene county, to M ij sville, in Ilavless county. Oil
this imrtion tif ihe line nre to he constructed five l. ft l-nrks ai d one
(iuard Lock, tl built nf limber, it dRm acro-is Hiokant'ti Creek, :nd
cue or two mall pieducH. loeether with th usual variety of eaith
work common to a cauttt. The hue v. ill tie divided into sections aver-
aaini: b'kwiI half n mile in length.
At tht Kima Um and plare, proposals w ill be received for building,
with cut Htone m-tsonry, the piers ol the aqueduct over east fork t.f
White Hiver. The stone for this maonrjr nnis.t Ik procured from ihe
quarries of durable lirnejatme to be f.nind on or near eiltier the east or
we.tt fork of White River, Ctoui which point thty can he delivered by
The line tobe ptneed tinder contract. t ill be ready for in-pection
ten day jwevions to the. time of lettinc, and all necewiary information
in reference liieret will he given by the resident engineer.
A. M. I'LETT,
TUM. JI. KLAKE.
Trufteet CYJir t, Terrfjljiufe. Aprtl, JKIO. HU-t June 27.
On the; Iii(ljait:ipoIis sind JZeltcf'ontainc
"II UKRM it proper. Bt Ihe commencement of your operations ft.r
H the aon, to call your efjtetnl 8lte.nlK't to the following clause
in ytur conti acts . 4lt i-i further nntterrtood nnd expected thai the
paityof the fi st part (llie controctor) will ue all te.ionaUe eier.
lion" liMliM-ouraue and prevent the use of ppi'ittious Ikpiors hy the
hiboccr.-t engaced in tint contract." This dame wai inserted in
yonrtonlran wiib lull unje rrtandins that it would be complied
with strictly hy )du, as tt is believed Hint in rnfirceinciit by all Ihe
contractor-! on thHine i e.tseiiti il to h irniony or action and ihe pron
perity of the w ork, 'i lie use of Fpirittioii- liquors on the line cum
but prove a poniüv injury to all who tnay tonie in cuntnct with it,
nnl 1 cannttt loo ptronly condt titn its u-h. Those rout r.n tors it ho
i onirly striclly Uli Um part of thcii rontncls will recoiiiioriid thenij
M-lve favorably to tlie Itoard, in sjttipjent Ictiiiig;! tlx l'"c,
Khould ihey wi-h nev conttatts.
105 (. 11. SMITH, rreideiit.
daw fortl vTilc niipv7tbaIi J6a i I road
XOTIC: TO CO.TH.('TOHS.
rjrAhKD proHm.iN will be received on ihe :t(ith .lay of May next,
htlit Uailroad Oilice in Crawf-s;Uvil!e, I the eruhl.ir.s, clear
inif.cndiiati.iu, and the coii-rtrurtton of a iiumticr f xmall wtioden
l.relzeitei the ( rawor.lvillo and VVaUtsili liailroid fmtn the itcool in
the town of CrtwfardsviUe.totlie tlef.l Hi the city of Lalajet'e, in
tni4- or boiler lions. IMans tnd npecilir.-iti.tnH w ill be exhibited fix
rt.iyü before Ihe lettiiij at the I'.iigiueci'.s elfice in Craw lord ivi lie
payments cati- IVrfrrence will be piven 1 1 bids in which payment
!,re part cash, and part in Iho nock of the company. The winde ef
Hie work to be. ein' raced in ihese contracts to be completed on or be
fore the 1st !' of January next.
April 23, HI'.'- I01 l3i.M.iy. Iii A AC C. KLSTON, I reU.
iM:iv ciiuTr itoo.ii.
C'as'M'ls at Cincinnati 1'iict'S.
lIIE snbtici ibers have opened a Carpet Room in coMtcction with
- tl.eir More, and are now in receipt of
J.tsnl j ar Is Incraia and Vcniliax Carptiiftr,
of almot every quality find piice, f.om li cfntsto 51 3"J.
Itiui'c keepers and ethers are invited to call and make them
selves aopiaiiitcd with the prices, whethtr they purchase or not.
The undersigned hope by keeping a larje Btocli ef the love
goods, and m Hing them as Iowas they can be bought in Cincin
nati, to sell to many who have heretofore sent there for their Car-pet--.
Entrance thronorh the Store. - H. J. & B. C. HORN.
JnJianapoIi. April JO, ISiO. 102-y
i 1w 7 I .TV 'w.
IM.-UCT ttOi UilX
roil Tin: kkmovai. and im:ki..k.t cvixu
OI' ALL DIsCAtfi: AKILC FltOM AN l.M-
l'UKi: m'ati: or rut: ijlooh ok
UAllII" OF Till: sW-sI T.M. VIZ:
Scai fuhi r h'tnjit Lr il. Ithrumatitm, (llsUnalt Cuta-
neoua l.i ttf'tionj, Vimjdt or l'ustulv 1 11 the Face,
ll'ofches, ItiUi, Chronic Sot c Kyes, llirtj? tt'orirt or
Tetter, Scald Head, llnlargtmint und Pain of the
Hones and Joints, Stuhlt -i n Victrt, Syphititic Symp
torn. Sciatica or Lumbago, and Disputes ariting
from tin injudicious tue of Jlercury, Ascittt or Drop.
in 'i-fi.iip zip ImtiTnili'nre in 1Afe AImo. Chronic
." - - --- j-- -
EN this prejMiati.iti nre strongly roncrntrnfed all the Medictn
j ropt itios nt Sartnparultt, ronibined with the tuest trcClrnt
aids, the ino-o salnt.it pto luction. the most fot nt ln)levtrh
vii( ttt.le kin!om ; iV I it has bet 11 m lull) tted, riffiily by
;iati( nts them-t ltcs, hot 8 bo I V J hysuinn. tl Bt it rereiteil
their nnij'i; liJiid i cornuier.d.nioi. and the a jmlt; iii.in of the
pot he; on.I has established on its own tntiit(i rej ifjt ion lor
ralue an I fjjicafy far i.ujer U.r to the at loa- t on -omuls l-aiin tho
name ol Suo.i.n ill .. Iiejiei li:i t e l.irli C ui .5 , n:c h 8 e not
fi! i nishc 1 i:i tin rt-toids ot time J".-t; and wl.it i: ha tt'rt-ac'y
done lor the toiiian.!s who have -.! it. it I ;. .' b of doint; tor
the nutiKMn kU I sulierin- und nrui.'u'ioi? with li-.nse. It poti
fi. s, c U an-e, and sti.-n-iheiii. the buit;t o.i sprig's ul life, tnj in
fnsi s litw t ior tliioiit out Im w lode M.tim.il ir.tii.r-.
ANOTHKI. CL'ISE OF .sOUOF' IA.
Tte f I!ow in ktrikin mid , as will t net n, j. ; -n.ant nt rure ol
an iriv 'eiate caJ of Mtolu;a, eumrncii K lis. i : u u, rimil.uly
ulliii-ti .1 :
Sici iir".T. Cnii., Jan. 1, ldlS.
.V' iifr. Sard : Gertlcmei j'ync. tint lr the i'ülicte I in.lucrs
tv.e to it.b'i ai jo-l nf t!;C it m ti ka' l : c oe tl' C'e I by our Sais i
par il'a in tt.e rase t.f m wile. Si. e was sev.-n ly r.t'.li tel weh
O e Scrotti on dlJlt l nl parts td the t etly ; he hind- if tiie li.i k
mic j;i iti t n!.tii 'l und In r Ii;iuii mii !i r t lteii. Alb i m.'lci-
iiitf over U e:.r 'lud lili.'.iiiT no It lit f from the r. mei'ii h ti.cj, lln.-
disease utidikelonu It j,, and IhJow ihe knee snj pntotrd Her
physicians a iviscd il si ouhl le laid 'n, winch was tlotie, t ut
w ithout ney p rinaiit ut l.tioft. In thin situ:oioii we liearj t,
nnd w 1 1 e in. hired to oe JSamts' S..I p;ii I It. ' he first IsiltJe j,ro
diittd a tlici le-l and lavorable tti t. iclitvit. her more ti. ni nn
otiier preset n '.ion hi. t bad t er taken. Mid be'oic she hid tisij
ii bottb-s, t" lh astonishment :m I it, ü-'hl of bei IVteiids, hh
lounl lot I. alth fjtiite reditu .!. It i, now mir a utrfciice the.
run: was rtl'ecte.l, und her he;.hh itmains eo,l, sliowmj the
dise-w w as thoretifltly 1 1 .id:r:it-d liem the tj.'.rai. Our i.eiph
! ors nre all Knowing to these 1 o and '.h;nk Mr bi 5h!t of Juiil
Vour, " it!i rep, ,, Jt l.ll'S I1KK.
Kx tract fiom a U-tt r i ceix e i dorn M r. N. W. Ilm r is, a gsn.r
man w t II know n in I.oci -. t-oin.iy, Va. :
(leiitb inen I l.i.e , tin .i a !i un. l-.i of inine W it ti VO'ir aii
fiparilla, w Im w as :,tt i. kd wilt J-c i ol .1 1, utid .d : r rolnl.t t tain
ilv. oi,.Malv. ,. W . I1AKHIS.
t'rIrick. II dt, , Ju'v IT. 1 -I-."'
bCKOl'ULL'S AiTFCIlON Ol" Tili: KYKS.
f-.o in Kit,sr..M, It. I , net. II, !-?.
,1.Vy.-t. Si'iJs: (tenth tt: ii ,Jj ntb i'eiit;' tef, when one year
ol i. w ..t i d wi ll k i' It.l. i'- l.'inn l n l er ho , which foon
f-l!er e !t te i.:i .1 into Ii r f s. cm I I '!.'( tot -1 I lii-.!nes in one
ol them, ml ;it:'tr ii t r v. ! ct.- I . I I.e. e 1 two phtsi-
ci ins to ait. 'i t I er, w I. i (!ini''i 1 ttoir ir.ii.o' sk.il to r'c her
relief, but ii "ll piov. .1 io-l-
. 11. tl . 01.. . 1 tlo in I emat Wed
to me lint l.e It jt kt o-.t l! I ionu st: 1.:: cut . ; e , t.-.i ly sami
Sais.iittiiüa, ai.tl a!v.- 1 no to tiv it. I ob'on.-l otio bottle,
which she. t t'U.inc no '! us i l. .o.d I efort it wa-hl ti-1 .1 up it had
etlecled an t i.t. re 1 11 1 -. I' js nw ,,.r fi-.ir t ear sine" he
cur .1 , and t li.-i e bi" bei 11 1 o t v.' j 1 ?i no c tjf ib. i , und w
are t-atishe l to n il i-. a p.-: I'., t CUle. It it lue Jftat pleasure tJ
i .l l ll.i't I ri-.t ri .'i.otit nd it to tvetv -u.l. t.t I 111 i-nv umilsr
tonplaiut. TU", .-ctful'v. t,.ur. " libOl!!! i: tl)t.ON.
liepait I and sold, w !..d- .. an 1 retail, tv A. V. . K I) !ANDS
Drusuist and ('I1t-11.i-.t-. oi Kultoti m 1 et 1, 01 iu r vt William
New Voik. Soll i.l-.j l ImiT'jist. cneiadv throughout l!ie
t'nited Sla t s and t amidts l'i ice "j 1 1 er loitle: 11 ' o.tlet for
" DAVlll C It K.!1KA1. A-eiit,:i lianaj t.'is. N!ay 1-iC T,n
''! I St' Ut J
WJ . v t- w r. I 1 it 1 1 f ,1' v v.
, Tor ilic l-lcmoval ami I'criiiancMit Cure
RISINß from an impaii c.t, weakciieil r. unt.cHiiy tattr ,
the tiertou or vitnl f jtieirt. The uctwiisiiiB an. ii,lirq
di nted rt suits w hich lave been . äc hie ved ly ttdtv.ew ri i iaoh
t'.crfal di.-covery cf the m)lU nout).nl GalvsniMit u1 Mjg
nett 1, Iihs induced the proprietor to extend the know of i;
irtnes, thrtt the tliou.nds w ho are now fitiret ior Ur,,j ,ttt
reach of rt lief, may Lucume purtskt is of It acknowledged b-ne-,
lit antl be reatore.l to the t njoym.-nt of bcattti wd happinea.
t Dr. Christies Calvanie jlc.'l
' II -S been proeoiijiced by many t'.iktiugnislovl pn foth in,
Kuropc and lb.; t;n;t.d State, to be the ra!ui'b!r. virdtcin-tl du
carer r-f the r?e. It is a beautiful Instance t.f rrt aidini? s-itoice ia
produce the highest bt nef.cial result. :.nd it is Wlirved tht lew
inventions have e ver I vtn o perfected and to t ntirtly successful
in their results,
j It is 'iscd with poif.Tt an 1 certain success in nil cacs ef cener
nl, debility fiom whatevt r cus-s it n;ay ari&e, trt ngtbeniuc tht
; tvcukene l ij em, an I inviorati:! tbi UiJy. Fits, cramp, t heu
' matism, acute er rhro,j,;( ej d i sy . nhngo, pra'j Mi. palsy, in-
rtipesllon, tlysoepsia, tremors, siidne f joints, palpitation t.f the
heait, aptqtvx y, n nmlcria, pains in the cUel and wde, liver coie
plaint, dit of the kidneys, spinttl fompjoint, and curvature of
the spine, Imp complaint, Fpatms, and i'l nervous dn-eaw an
from tne simple cause! tie: .nigt mttit of tht utrvom jtt m.
No drii- h;.s,or cau have, any etfect on thtnvevcrpt to increase
the dir-Kt-i, for tlni's lut wHlfn the syt-tetn; while under the.
dre i Ktlic:iin', life-pivinjj viralir.injr üit.tieöceof (J'vani-ui.ltt attli
Hicct -u tti-ea.'-e, and the par i nt is rttortd to bloom nnd v igor
solely hr i hv outward nj pli. &ticn of I 'r. Christie's Caixatuc licit
The peculinity und frrr.-it l-eaut y of Chri-tie'tt Oalvnic i.d
M;ien.-lic curatives reriMM in the fact Nlhat they cine tlincBf-e lr
loutwaid application, ii ttea'd of the nsial moJe'of t'ru-r-aif nj
i phj ricking the path nt till t xliausied nature sinks und r the in
! 'l'l.ex Mrenthr!! the whle s;tcm, a power OM(esed I v no
j other remedial a? nt except (Jilt aai-in. incc their introduction
i-itotT-e l ni't-l Mate, inoie tliMii 3U,0(t pemon, inciu lin-r ch il
...1 i . ;.,..-nii t .. . . i . . v..
' " '. i n , ia., ua K l'i. en i uc ev ipieiiT Ol 1 l.tir
1 t lit flt5.
i Dr. Chrittie't Galvanic JVeeldaces
j Are worn tor all comp aints affecting the throat or hean er
' any iiitVmin if.ion of the tluoat, headache, dizziness of the head,
j I tt.net, i;i. in uralia in the fare, bu.ing or rottrln-z lntbcear
j öe..fu.$, which i iirrvoufi, (trften llnvrju u not injured,) it always
I No rn-e of this distr piin; ctimplsint ha ever failed to lie per
manently it lit ved hy he ue nf ( hiistie'-t (ialvanic arliclts.
! IH. ( hri-tie's (lalranic I i aceh ts aie plihd to the w lists or an
j k lis, and s;re used in all rast & of rh.nmatint airi-ctiti. the lirrV
i lor strains, tremois of the hands, or an nerx oiik cMnpl,ii:it at't-rt
i in the lejs or arms. Ope is worn ou each wiist or ariLL .i ..-.
mppltetlC linnl is Mpplied l the part pari trtitart y atfeeted thu
causing a conce Dilation of the iof ii..nct- at tho Ct sired (Jot.
Th" following is an extr;.ct from a letter received from Merer.
Mo.ety At Tucker, well known Irti- iM. Mobile, Atabdiua :
"There is a Dr. Hartwi :l (Doctor el' Divinity) in Marion, in thia
Ftate. who has used ( hristic'n (Salt amc l'.racelet for the purpose
of rurit a nervori". rp;iMno,!ie pttectinu of tl.e hands pnd arm.
I'pon ihe h-rut t -xcitemetit. t jtl.er ratutal or physical, hit arms
Came in vioh nt moii.oi, which wa- perl. ctlv tfont reih e. He
tried the (ialvanic NrtrHe, wi;h ti.t mrpufic tiuid, and with,
such sure s. tl at hiuce that tnee (four mouths ;pr.) he has not
had a sinsle reta. k, alil.on.'h he l.a.: tiavt l!ed.tui( incinnr ii, and
there. too. an a.'tnr pait in the exci'int; set-net rtf a Itaptist Con
v cut ion. Through his i ecomnimeno.tnon, many tt hit acquaint
auces have tried thetn, and w i'h good uc t-s.
Truly your, MO.-KLY Si TUCKER.
Mobile, A I .,'.'1 Sept.. 1-47-
lVarir.g; tlie. past three years these remarkable curatives htlve
neve l fail nl, w hen Lüed .'icror.Üiii to the lull x ti.l j lain direction,
w hi. lt accompany them. It U absolutely inipMl le that they can
do the stiKitte't barm.
fCrN io. ontttii.-nce whatever attends their use. and they may
he worn 1 y the most iWli.-ate with the mol i-rlect e: sennd safj-.
In fact, the stnsaiiou altt ndio.' their use is hilue vhusurablc
The Oi'vanic Pt It. - ...
The(alanir Necklace, - . .
The (J.ilvanic Brae let, -The
Magnet ir Fluid, ......
" a pair.
Beware of spurious imitations.
All bu sin en cominunkatioiis thoulj le addrerced to
U. C. MORKIILAD. M. D.,
lr": Itroadvtaj, New York.
DiVID f'HMfttt KAI), rgit, ludiautiuotis.
II. C. M A YN AHL), Madison. ;?-lwem
Vout th Street, Ixtircen Arch and Market,
v ni lad i:i.v m.i.
'IMIl Proprittorsdiip and p aiiau-neut t.f this well-known Hotel,
haviit thi-i p-ttd ira-o il.e hands tf the Hiticf dirr, ttiey
h (Z leave to r-tate th-4 it Is thetr urjH to render it worthy of ihe vV
I it ral patronape wnk w-hitl il hta teen heret-fme maii.üiiiied, und
Ikhh. by una tniitoo: utu-ntion, to deserve the patronage of their
I r lend s who may visit Ihe ri y on hutiie.-s or plenure
C I. Mr KIBItlN,
May 16. 197 Jm Formerly of Fxchanfe Had, ritt.burgli.
STRAW and Sh-ll Gimp, White Taiaela, Lace, Tuscan (rotl4
edge. F.nslish Rutland, Queen' own, London ftraw, Lktra
Loudon (r'd edge,) forcupiae do., ChLia Ttat l, French Lice, col
ored do, Florence braid, plain and rolled edje Hon neu ;'
Misses' end lnianU' EonucU and Flats, of every description ; jmj
received at t9 HORN'S.
"Tl IIST received, 75 ton rittsbnrch Iron; lf)0 kees do asorti
Jl Naili.low at w hojf idla t y b. k YV. !400RC 54 y