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Fare Cetfnced.-NEIL, MOORE & CO,
ARK no rawing throe duly COACHES, from meet ing to Citxtayiof i, and bars radossd the Far m that rout. Columbus to Xacmrillff te WhMlMCi rtatfleM 4 ta 0rtagflel lDaitM d ta cfaetmatl. Iataraaediate points 5erai per mil. - frt-Fm mw apply at or aid oetahl.ehed oc. fc-y-Ne.l, Mom Ca. bar fxmmsfjr "naIu " Colhmibas to asrelaad, Huron aad BasOastJ. Cueabus July 30, 1837. 39-lm. roTC Comn ati wm MaMufactsjnr. JOtW MOTFITT . Cox, !; wtaNUhad liiiiawlm ia lb. Town of ',"' yj-Cooaiy.Iaaaa, at rt.BM .isvlof Jotas SAn,a fewdooca east erf tbe Bank, bndm of Maauiaeuirinc swans, ti i if fr surf Tin Ifarr. in all iu various branch- hTt I an band ejsrnl aawrtmeat of raaaiwii. Tr- ay fcevsju Plats STOVES; also, a paif I ajnoiiisini of TIN WARE, which they will dispose of on a Namibia tarnia aa can ba bought elsewhere. - McacaAarr a and others from the country, wanting any of tha above articles n solicited to giro thorn a rail. Jons MorriTr, Jsueb E. Laar, Gustavc E. Haa. ftV. B. fXIJNTBY PRODUCE taken ia exchange, stnno,, April !, 137. 13tf M Si M to Cbrap Cab Store. Shoes, Hat; Hard and Tin Ware. THE subscriber hM just roesivsd a law and fashionable assortme.it of Ladiss and fmndemsa Boots and Shoe. -Gents, calfskin Boots of all kinds; thick Boot, and Bro- . a r : a atarTatrettlt klrtria faaaj Ik I DO UrOKSaWi talaJ-l aaww- .a Van Bismn ties. ;3aeh Domain and Nasi boys Show ; boys thick Broraas ; Iadies Shoes of tbe bsat quali ty ; Kip Slip ; Villas Lace, Msxiean lia, Saal ttxtt,joMcco oo., una and Cloth do.; Ml Leather and Kid Shoes, Leather Boon, Morocco do. Kip Mips ALSO keep ion band an wmumM of Gentlemen Silk Hats, boy Fait do. LIKE WISE, Carpenters Toola and Cutlery, all of which ha offera hi i. awl nuil. at tha lowest orieee and moat rea sonable farms. Main atraat, ooa door aat of Irrin Read's IIEXRY S. CROCKER. Richmond, July S9th, 1837. TO PHYSICIANS. rWifE eubseriber ia prepared to supply tba faculty, aa u I eual, with all articlaa of MaiHctMca, limTacaa-rTB, GTass, Ac. oa kttUt term than they haa befora been Mptlid in the weal, and notMug butgauuina articles ahall ba pwtMp. Tha following wili giro an idea of tho general prices s ;reaaa Tarttr, 23 eta. per lb. Khaapajly.TOeU. Jalap, 65 Hb. Uari. rota, i eta Hulpb. Quinine, $1 per oz. Inaeacuanha. J per lb. Sulphur Sub. 12 eta. per lb. Tart. Acid, Hit eta. Opii Tar, f Redfracin. J!r"W per poand. M.y 13,183' IWy 1RVIX REED. !Vefr Coot and Shoe TIannfaelory Jt'JfT receiving a large and gaaaral aamrtmeat of Boota, Miom and Brogana, which we offer at wholesale or retail, on ibaaaoat aceamnodatiiig termj- Country merchants are psrttratariy inrttad-to call, aa oar atnek eo.iau of alaaoat vary artielo in the eboe trade, and wall ealaetad J their acceawnodation. COALE &. HAMILTON. April SJnd, 1937. HELP OXE ANOTHER. Indisca Matoal Fire-Insuracce Ootapcuij'. Chartered January CSt, 16S7. one, W. iiv Blakr il4ig, ap yaaif BtafH Bacel, lajaunpeSUa. DIRECTORS. James Stake, Indianapolis. Samuel JUerrut, Jamea St. Ray, Calm FUteher, Chmrle IF. Cadw, Other It. SmkJkj Goonerrv Ule. George ML Dun, Lawreneebuff b. tlemry P. Thornton, New-Albany. James Colli, jr. " John Law, Vincennc. Lee H. X- Maxom, Mkbigan Cttj. John Mitchell Evanaville. AiedVev Ingram, Laiavette. JAMES BLAKE, President end Treasurer. CrjABiiCa W. Cjior, Secretary. PT'JHIS Conipaay being fully afgaaiaed, ta now ready raceitra mppiieatumt tat tnaarancc. Every person who insures in this Company become a member of it, with all the privileges incident to any corpo ra lioo, and U immediately iatarssted in its general aateasioa aad prosperous condition. The assured, at the time of ma king bia application for insurance, is required to give hia pro miesory obligation, called the premium note, without inter est, tba amount of which ia determined by the sum insured and the hazard of the risk, oa which not 3 he pays five per cent, in advance. No further oarment is required, unls Irose should occur, during the period of six lfrs, this being ths term fur whicu policiet are iseus 1, at which times as sessment era mads equitably upon all the aotes sufficient to cover such losses. To inore a building of the frerf class of ruts, to the amount of $ I, WO, the assured would give his note fur 410, ft v a per cant, of which paid in advance, St aad $1 fot ths Policy, would make only $3 for his first payment. As the Policy runs for sia years; much personal trouble and anxiety are saved to tha assured in not being I reouired to maks annual -renewals of the uuurancc. The ! company insure tm-Vurdt of the estimated value 01 ouiid- ing and one-half of personal property. Mutual insurance has been found by long experience in many parts of tha United States, to be the tafut and cheap ett method, whether prosperous or adverse fortune attends its operation. Risks, which in stock companies have cost torn 90 to 1(10 cents 0.1 each hundred dollar insured, have cost in mutual companies but froiri 15 to 20 cents on tha same amount insured, and at this rate for several yeara ia succession. This method of insurance is well adapted to the peculiar situation and interests of the state of Indiana, as great dispersion of the ritks and insurances can readily be obtained, and consequently, less liability to large losaaa. Every insurer is, therefore, iuvited to give this subject ma ture consideration, and thus ascertain the benefits which j Tale paa-tica- ANTI-SPASMODIC TINCTURE, oa a-naa'a cossfobt. nficiaa has baa prepared with special ta tba wants of auailia, ia which tha moat miaou Unry aa been eheei ail. in order that aad aaa it with tha moat pariact aafjtT, and wfth tha that it arill ajhrd relief whan vary aaa fail. The proprietor, before It ta thepaMic. haa takaa area liaa aa coaiaim with diatiagnisbed pbyaieiaas ofV'irgiaia, aad with apeeial paiaa'to speak of all tha various parts and piopatUoaa of thie madi ciaa: aad those that know ia component pans, have pro nounced it ooa of tha vary best coumpounds for the foUowiqc diseases that caa ba prepared, and may be aaad with perfect aatsty, as wail with the aew bora babe, as tha man of three eoore aad ten. If thoaetaat aaa it aaa not aattaaad that it is tha vary beat remedy for tha diaaaaas her aoumerated, they can return toe bonla aad receive back their money. It la baldly aaaertad that it ia alatoat f if not truita) iafalUble la Diarrhora in all ia varfoue forms, Dyaantary. Cramp-colic, Cholera Morbus, aad Aaiatic Cholera : Alao, Aftar Pains af lying-in Famalss for thia it a tha Mothara Comfort, aad hscauat it ia tha aery beat preparation for tba summer dia- eaaea of children that haa yet entered tha chamber of tha die- j tiaesad. It is also unequalled for cramps from whatever cause produced. .Ladies in tha most dclicatk airvarioaa may take it under any of the above circumstances with per fect safety and equal bene6f- The public may be asuuiad, that the Anti-Spasmodic Tincture, or Mother's Comfort, has been subjected to the most rigid and scientific examina tion by some of tha most extensive (physicians) practitioners ia Virginia, who now recommend it ia their practice. They recommend tha dose to be from one to two table spoonfuls every half hour, for a grown person, while the pain. If r- 3 Prepared solely from Vegetable Mat ter, by Jacob lioccK. uaiumore. WHICH may be taksa with perfect safety by all a gesaiid ia all diseases; its cores are for the follow ina diseases Dvspepsia, Less of appetite. Indigestion, I a priveae sale, a flamatioa of the Stomach, Heart Burn, Diarrhea, Dysente ry or Flux, Files f istula, Obstructed Menstruation, Ague and Fever, CiUious, or Remittent Fever, Typue Favor, Scarlet Fever, Small Pox, Erysipetous or St. AatbonyV Fire, Asthma, Pleu.isy, Measels, Ye'.low Fever, Coetive nass. Wind on the Stomach or Bowals, Cholera Morbus, Influenza. Colds. Coochs, Inflainatioa of the loosensss of the bowels, or vomiting continues; for a child ', chest, Palsey, Gout, Rheumatism, Inflajmatorvl Sore Thraat, from sia months to two or three years old, from half to a tea ! or Qunsev, Whooping Cough, Thrush or Sore Mouth, Putrid spoonful. It may be given to the youngest infants for colic, I Sore Throat, Croup, Inflamation of the Heart, JJropsey, Rickets, diseases of the Ldver. Jaundice, isimcuuy or ma- TTn Eata ia PltHK saaacribar eaTer I LOTS. A pact of thecrossiqg of r r ' " nni fai ataadaa lhav include tha oaVea of (Jta assa aad soma froata adjoining theproparty of As nfftaastl. formariy owned by Sasiaai. W.Satrra; tha bsaaeao of aha lots ue on the aoata side of Maia atraat witaia a distance, aad are eui table for reaideaces aaa baa a asaejl dwalliag houaa oa it. For further paxticalars aad aarasa of sale, apply to tha undersigned. ACH1LLIS WILLIAMS, Rjcuc.fD, fkh mo. 3d, 1S37. (Wtt) T A3f k aTOa AaUaVTha eobacriber offers for aala 71 1 A acres of first rata land adjoininc the town af Sadiabory, oa which there is a aeat dwelling, a young bearing orchard of the beat qaality of esurraltod trait, a never fail ingenrinc, and tha farm is in good roaair. Also ta town of SaJiaburr, 13 acres oa which shore ia story hooe, which haa heretofore bean occupied aa a tavern ataai. Tba present is a vary la vara sue time to jucge of taa qaality of aail, by tba croue now on it, theraaore wishinc to narchase, a.a invited to call oa residing on the last named premises, and ba will with pleat nraahow them the lines, eVc. The above lands, if not sold before tha first of October aeat, will than be rented oa savor able terma. The terms in eitbercase will ba accomnvadatiag. SAMUEL HATTEBOW. July 8th, 1837. with r ill 11 1 (m taa -"-"7 TT a gaaaieaa public. " rC,v JOWASOAASC . Maa-,Jaa. It 1Q7. ACfcTOSj UdUU rWLOW. 1 C subscriber 1 IrVHlaav tMsa.i.w, I I 4ommmmtWmmuumZmmr ' Riqasfoaa, March aid. lsiT . in the same proportions that pareguric is given, from sia drops (with as much water) to the dose, for tha child of six months old. In every case, if the first dose is rejected, repeat it ia a very short time. It is not unpleasant V. take. It is best for families to keep it by them, and give it as soon aa any of the above disaaass make their appearance. How many babes may be kept plump during the summer by giving a little in time, that otherwise will waste away and die under the agonizing care of the doting and watchful moth er ! Persons travelling where they are likely to become af fected by a change of water, should assuredly axe with them a bottle, as one spoonful will at once rectify any disorder thus produced. Price, 1 Dollar per bottle. For sale by Spots- wood and Robertson, or the proprietor at the American La boratory, Petersburg, and in all the principal towns ia the ;. Ilrint. fJlfwt. Hvsteric. Nervous ana Scrorolous Af fections of the Members and Ligaments, Mercurial and Ve nerial Diseases, Ulcers, Sores Affections of the Skin, and all diseases arising from Impure Blood dtc. PRICE PER BOTTLE. 451.50. This medicine has a powerful effect as a Spring and Tall j runner in those whose constitution require noarisnmeni ana new vigor ; such persons would be much benefitted by two or ihm bottle, which mav he taken without rerard of drink or diet. Many persons are diseased for the want to their blood being purified. Thousands of persons are de stroying their constitutions by neglecting to apply a proper remedy : to such the Panacea will be more than doubly val uable aa a certain and effectual means of restoring them to perfect health and vigor; few families are exempt from United States. To the President of the United States, together with the , Scorbutic Affections which exhibit various symptoms as E People at large, and to Mothers particularly. I roptione, Ulcerations, Debility, Loss of Appetite, and Di- Your attention is invited to one of tha most valuable Mad- ! caetion. ail arisinc from impure blood, and if not properly icai Discoveries that has aver been made in this 01 perhaps , attended to, are sure to produce the greatest injury to the any other country. To save the necessity of coming before I constitution, this Panacea ia recommended in all aeaso:M you with a list of certificates to prove the value of this medi- j of tha year, aad ia particular as a preventive from all dis eine, so fortunately discovered, the single names of Dr. F. J. ! easel in warm climates and those seasons when diseases are Mettaoer of Petersburg. Va. anl his latter, socether with 1 niavalent. bv takina the Panacea three or four times a Thomas Shore's P. M. of tha same place, (so Alfred Huger j week, of three or four table spoonful when going to bed, and Esq. P. M. Charleston, S. C.) are presented. The high the person may fear no apprehension of being attacked with staadincof the Doctor in Virginia, as a medical man. and a ' the Cholera. Yellow Fever, or any other disease, as this .1 . L . . . K at L - ' ... - a 1 I . ! ik. dtaMk. 1 . ji t 1 e ' gentleman -ana ine noioneiy ai :nr. own, as Daingonc a- ! medicine n a vaiuaoie resmranvw w miv vsv.m, may be eocur.d by the general operations of this Company ' ' g 7it;n, h titution. and enablinc it to bear tha de- whom no one as a eenllaman can stand hieher. will be suf- : bilitatine effects of all climates : it is conveyed by the cir- T llrlE subscriber haa just received a large quantity or rWtacIesof dMarent and almt every q"'7-, shade. . J.t.rr.uui. May 27, 1837. aitf laeoicAiTwoTicE. Dr. T. SCOTT, takes this method to inform tha citi zens of Boston aad the people of tha vicinity that he 1 1 M .itaawi all calla in tha practice of MEDI- -iK and SURGERY. From a practice of eight years throughout the state, Ths atrrtred in this company will at all tiases have the benefit of the eood fortune which may attend its opera tions as the notes are assessed only in proportion to losses and MCideutal expenses : and it is as fair to presume that tha company will meet with comparatively few losses as that it will be rendered insolvent by extensive losses, which would require tha whole amount of its premium notes to be expended for their oavment. The contingency upon which the assessments or calls up- oa tits premium notes depend, is as much in favor of tne as sosed in this company as adverse to them. In proof of this ths actual results in many similar institutions can ba ad duced. No Mutual Insurance Company in ths United Stale ever met with such adverse fortune as to stop ia ope rations which is more than can be said of stock companies, It is considered incontrovertible that insurance in this com- oanv will nrora safer, chaanar. and certainly more eouita- j ( . . , . . Me, than by any other method yet devised. 1'AKTiAt LOBeee will ba paid in full not exceeding tne a- mount insured. James . fire on Esa. of Richmond, is hereby duly an thorisd to act as an Agent of the Indiana Mutual Fire In- auranca Comnanv. By order of the Board of Ui rectors. CHAS. W. CADY, Sec'y. July 15, 1837. 27-3ro. ficieat to induce any, and all, to embace the first oppottuni- . eulaling fluids and corrects their tendency to all those dis ty to secure a portion of the Anti-Spasmrodic Tincture, or ' eases which originate in vitiated blood, diseased liver, da- iMotners eomlort. floaama thattae proprietor could oner praved appetite, or preuisirasition to anecuoas 01 tne to the public would give more confidence than the above. ; lunas. die. The proprietor regards himself as having done all that duty to i It resembles in point of taste or flavour, a rich eordia his fellow men, and a strong desire (that should be in the ! rather than a medicine. Every person after taking Mereo breast of all) to relieve the sufferings in the land, that ought ' ty. in any way, should have recourse to one or two bottles to tie expected 01 aim, except to proceed, as tast as as can, to : of this medicine. Ia the decline of life, or wasn tne sys- Arhf-a Paira thick BOOTS, beat qaality: jgtfjfj For sale by COALE eV HAMILTON. KicMiBOMD, April 29, 1837. 13tf Office of Vie Trading entaf .WamtcSffwrtitj Campmmy,) Richmond, Sixth mm. I0t 1837.) To the Public. sT4 a" tSaAAbkrilil.... ia,sP..a. DsMStsaMB, AM eaaa ajiCTjuewaaj ui tuo 1-na.anwiuwis uw a as s a(vna.tv - . Tdio and MA.wrcTraiaoCoairAT,M held oa I i". i suls the afth of May, 1837, J. R. MendenhaU, Lirinus King, Isaac E. Jones A. Thornberry, Jonathaa Townsend, T. Newman and Benjamin Falghum were elected directors for one year. At a meeting of tha Directors elect, held the next day, James R. MendenhaU was elected President, Warner M. Ieeds Secretary, and Elijah Coffin, Treasurer: aad by resolution of the Board, J. R, MendenhaU and W. M. Leads were appointed Superintendents of all the business and pro perty of tba Company. They will pay the market prices in CASH for clean linen and cotton far delivered at the paper mill. CASH wiil also be paid for YV ool and Flaxseed, those who have wool for sale will please call on Livinus King (at ths woollen factory) who is authorised to purchase far tha W. M. LEEDS, Secretary. Richmond, Sixth ma. 10th, 1837. 23tf Mm aam dm. SfBal ami ami 9 amtttaeTa AI AEFFBCTUAL ASfUtemr J!z ' 7JZrtT5t. MSI plaint, n.tawamteaaa Rupturea, mfU-aiati TfZ?rZ rZ nau lot, Meulasv Croaa. - - ?. J tduinmy,Cai,Clmlara Morb-ZlC l.rv "-- - . " BROADCLOTHS, CASSI MERES, Ac Tha un dersigned are now opening a quantity of superfine Clotbw aad CAHiaaaas, at reduced prices. W. R. i S. L. FOULKE. Richmond, May 20th, 1837. fthf supply the many large orders that are already before him, and to be ready for all that may come. All such directed to tha American Laboratory, Petersburg, Va. post paid, will ba attended to in due time. If Coneress shall buy the right, with a view of makiiur it public to ths people of the United States and the world, the proprietor will be most happy in knowing that the people never received a greater benefit at tbe hands of their repre- : sentatives. Respectfully submitted by the proprietor of the J American Laboratory. 1 I'STCBSBCRO, Vac. 1st. lS3i. PeTcasBtrac, Sept. 23 th, 1836. Dr. F. J. Maitaccb, Dear Sir: I send you a letter from Charleston, from a ' highly respectable housa, in which you will see, they make tern has been impaired by excesses it nourishes strengthens and supports i t ; i t is not presuming too far to add, that it actually prolongs life. This Panacea has been introduced to the public but a short time, and has received more testimonials in ia favor for its efficacy in so short a time, than any other medicine aver discovered, and iu name at home and abroad, will in duce hundreds, aye, thousands to apply for it to reap tha true virtus thereof. Notwithstanding attempts may be made to impair the ; confidence of the public in the efficacy and curative powers of this Medicine, it will go on to conquer disease, relieve ths afflicted, aad earn for itself the good opinions of thous ands and ter-s of thousands. Already it has earned for it self a name which dastardly attacks cannot reach ; but such Additional Town Ermts. r flHE subscriber has laid out T WEN TY-SIX additional M town lota to the lows of Richmond, oa the beautiful ta ble land east of Spring Foundry, between Washington aad Fort Wayne avenues. A plat of the whole may be saaa by catling on tha subscriber who now offers them at private sale. ISAAC E. JONES. Sixth mo. 9th, 1837. 23tf eT2 a - " Deafiseaa. rir.. , rT.". .w " J- . ' - - j-ui looeys ruav smx t&tj "h,W W-CN IH saw rfU-!Tea amours awatled feat aad lacs Pms CeaaW i the Shis frightful DmemsfeXateeLU plaints of ererv kixf. il" V The ntbscriber kavian racaivl ths arreialasiai t iKin m"r Awkwax, Retail .He will, as soon aa aaay ba raamsaam aa Li prompt atwatkm, aad 1 JAMKS f3fMWSM , I? Caraar of Fraat and WsJnsjt Baasta. saaaatfEf (ttrC- V. Appletoa of Csamwviim. Wbaaa araSr agaot at that place, aad aim at Dahlia. Wayne CeeasaTl Richmond, April 8, 1837. Itt I AN assortment of new DRY GOODS, for Spring and Summer, now opening and for sale at very low prices by E. T. TURNER. RicnaoMO, May 13, IS37. ia Cbeass CreMd. FLEMING dc. ADDLEMAN, announce to their cus tomers and the oublic cenerally. tbat la aavo aMvt (hair tmn uuitnMui at GOODS, tha entire bow etocl Aaron Gregg, who lately opened store in tbia place. 1 noir unite J stocks form an assortment not aurpassea vj any in this part of Indiana, and having lately been selected at the loweit eastam prices can be offered on tbe best terms. The variety is so extensive and general, tbat it would do useless to name articles. Purchasers are requested to call and ex amine for themse.ves at the frrttore room in the eastern specinl and anxious inquiry about the Anti-Spasmodic ! is the fact, ma number of letters in oossassio. most fully Tincture, or Mother's Comfort. As an act of humanity to ! eatisfv tha most incredulous: and were it necessary, there the inhabitants of Charleston, as well as others in the State ; could be obtained numerous testimonials under the sanctity of S.Carolina that are likely to suffer with Cholera. I ask i ofthn oaths at those who. after sufferinethe most acute and rely restored to neaitn. prabensjon pf. to envci mien wunuars m r noij i suusr wit.i nuinra, asx, i of the oaths of those wno, alter sunen sir eus- you to give your opinion, concerning the efficacy of this med- I long protracted illness, have been enti dad a icine. In thia auxt other communities there would be no ; but it does not enter Into trie con.prJ awe of nsad of doina; aaora save - i- , - . - a 'TThmiiii oaismiemecrieiae NEW GOODS. W. R it S. L. F0LXKE, I AV K tost reesived a new and splsndid assortment of 11 British and Fre.ih staple and fancy DRY GOODS; together with a general assortment of SHOES, HARD WARE, GROCERIES, Ac. Arc., which they are deter mined to sail low for cash, or lit exchange for counlrv pro duce. May 2, IS37. TaLCABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. LARGE dwsUing houm and lot wall situated tor a JM. private residence ar Boarding ; Alao, in Richmond. Enquire at thia office. vacant lots dOtn. 1837. apprised that physicians generally are opposed to recommen- diiig of medicines not prepared by themselves. rJut as you have been made acquainted with all the paru, and propor tions of which the Tincftre is composed, and a you have used it with such delightful success, aad a you know other physicians that have done the same, and tbat speak of it in the very highest terms I ask you in the name of our fellow in the healing art, as experience has proven them compe tent to perform, but such are the facts that they cannot be denied. The above medicine can be obtained at No. 121 Balti more street, opposite the Museum, with proper directions s. ' ' . - 1 Mini wr inrnwivi tv J19 flj m.l t r mnp . 1 hid ,tij ... -j J " w in the diseases of the wast, he foals mock conodence m 01- f nw tfifee $ fik Ajn. nearly opposite sufferers of South Carolina, and particularly of Charleston, . : . A I fcJ rati mM Ints Dlace. M arllC 1 ... . . ., i . : i I a- i . .1 1 1 .. t-.. ka. . m the Innamrants Of wis pmcw. mine ularattention will be paid to tbe diseases of tha EYE. Bus to.:, August Id, 1837. Cn jgAP fTOaaTHE subscriber offers for sale a splendid assortment of Ladies and Gentlemen's Boou and Shoes together with a general assortment of hard and sin were; gentlemen's silk and fur baa, all of which he ia fiatarasiaod to sell for cash or in exchange for country pro dace, or oa credit. Tba above articles consist of the fol lowing varieties : thick Boots, ralf do. thick Bfogane-. bovs do do. I tady'akirl ilippera to B. Brigbtwsll's Main street; where all tba usual articles in ths goods lins can ba obtained or the best quality. I All kinds of Country produce taken in exchange at tha ! market prices. Richmond. Feb. 10 1837. 16tf 90 pair 50 100 SO " 50 " 60 " !SO 60 50 SO 44 80 50 50 100 -50 " do do village lace. do aeal Bootees. do prunella slippers. do Misses seal boots. do kid slippers. men's calf shoes V. Burcn ties. do do do Jackson do do kipp Brogan. men's silk and fur hats, woman's waiter boots and other articles too numerous to mention. Br strict attention to his business he hope to solicit a Imrs of patronage. Please call and examine for yourselves. P. . A"ripsm.nd.dgratiSEXRYa CKOCKf.R - Main street one door east of Irrin Reed's Drugg Store. Richmond, August 10, 1837. 31 :tf COIXEGE OF TEACHERS. THE eeveath annual meeaiitg of tha Western Literary Isntttato ami College of Professional Teachers will be held in Cincinnati, daring the first wssk of October next, Comiaaaciag on Monday, 3nd. A eerias of Lectures will be delivered, ami a number of Reportt presented by committees appointed at the last aa aaal meeting. It is expected that the coming session will ba aw of aM or dutary iawreet. In addition r the customary Reports much tiisstsettng ialosmatioa mav bo expected on tha stats of ed aMliass. both at home aad abroad, from Plots seat Calvin E. Stoat, recently mtrirned from Europe, and Samuel Lew is aVmsriSrtawdsnt of Common Schools in Ohio. Tha Western Literary Insti tution is designed to embrace Texmebers aad other friends of education throughout the I Saajth and Wast. All each persons am, therefore, desired to ewaador this ad vert Moment as a personal MvitaUaa toat- seou. II IS also oesiraos usi aui - l a..- ( anally send ekdegatest and. whan practicable, reportt up on she state of education within their laapectava limits. aVacdarof tbe Eaacative Coouaittee s A. H. McGUFFEY, Rac. Se'cy JrfySS, 1837. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. THE partnership baretofora existing beween Eilmaiid Grover, Achilles Williams, James R. MendenhaU in the RidMaoao Fotraoar, under tbe firm of E. GliOVER,dt Co., is dissolvsd by mutual consent. The businest of the old firm will ba Milled by tbe new one. EDMUND GROVER. .' ACHILLES WILLIAMS, ! J. R. MEN DEN HA LL. ( Tha business will in future he conducted by Edmund, Ira ; and Joseph Grover, under tha stylo ofE.Gaovra A BaoTH i aaa. .Those indebted to the firm of E. Gaovta A Co., are , earaestlr, but respectfully raquasted to settle their accounts without delay. E. GROVER A BROTHERS. May 4th, 18-7. IStf lVew Cabinet Eetablisbnaent. THE undersigned having entered into partnership, with the intention of carrying oa the CABINET-MAKING BUSINESS in all ia branches am now prepared to fur nish their friends and the public with all article of Furni ture, mads or good materials and in a good manner. They design keeping on hand an assortmea t of parlor and com mon furniture; bedsteads of different patterns; tables, side tables and stands of various styles; side-boards sec ie taxi es, Ac. They are confident in assuring those who wish articles in their line of bosinsss, that they can and will accommo date as well as any shop in the place. fj-ANY quantity of seasoned lumber suited for their us:, will be purchased, for which they will give cash or fur niture. WATSON A DUNCAN. Ricttaosin, Feb. 35, 1837. jfleadow Farm For Sale. THE subscriber wishing to engage in other business pro poses selling the farm on which hs resides containing 3U0 acres situated three miles east of Richmond, and one mile south of the national road, 130 acres cleared ; it is ad mitted to be tha best grazing farm in this section of country, there has beca cut on it, annually, from 60 to 80 tons of hay. It is watered with a never failing stream running through the centre of it, together with tributaries intersecting through dif ferent part of the farm. The buildings are handsomely sit uated, consisting of a comfortable dwelling bouse, a hewn log barn, a large frame hay bouse and stabling; a spring of excellent watet at the house ; a large apple and peach orch ard of superior fruit. Any person wishing to purchase is in- tpxfMy your obedient servant, vi ret w tii Km) ie iw nunwu. THi.Vi9QHr.ifi1 r ivvr? irtvia unvBlo I HUM AS SHORE, F. ... n a .van iwi. .a. . . . .a..apa.aar. to stats how, and for what diseases this medicine should be taken. Should you notfsel disposed to comply with this re quest, let my feelings for ths sufferings of my fellow citizens plead my excuse for this application. I am anxious to send them a large box, by the mornings boat. With great regard, I am your obedient servant, II. B. JPWTABUE. PicTCRSstjac, Sept. itUi 1338. Mr. II. B. Mo.vtagck, Sir : I received your favor of this morning, and have to aay that ths situation in which our southern fellow citizens are plunged by the fatal prevalence of Asiatic Cholera in their midst, and nw sincere sympathy with them leaves me no hesitation in doinz all my humble exertions can plish in lessening the fatali ty of tha t terrible disease. There fore, I do most willingly comply with your request, to add my testimony to the many others that might be procured, wen it deemed necessary, as to tha deeidsdly beneficial effects of your AaU-Spassnodte Tincture, or Mother's Comfort. Tha medicine was used in Virginia during tha prevalence of the cholera, and in every case that cams under my observation, with the most entirely successful mtu.t, whsa restored to and end persevariiwcly, before the state of collapse had A raw TBiaiaOt tha medieina, will, I be ally nutvt, ba its best recommendation, it has mebetofobe, and will, I think, accomplish all it raoaises is the diseases roe. WHICH TOO ADVCBTISE ITS USE. The dose, half an ounce, or a large table spoonful, ta bo repeated every fifteen minutes or half an hour,'till vomiting or looseness have been subdued. And if the dose given should be rejected by tbe stomach, which is sometimes though rarely the case, it should instantly, and in every cam be repeated, till it is retained. Many cases will require the use of pretty full doses of calomel, opium, and camphor, as auxiliaries and cannot be dispensed with. I have generally found friction, and ths usual hot applications disadvantage ous, and have been in the habit of keeping the patient mod erately covered, and the room ventilated. These remarks ars the result of personal observation, during the. prevalence of cholera More, and if they have the affect to encourage tbe use of your medicine, I feel sure the result will prove that it has no ordinary claim oa the public attention. Very re- speeuuiiy, ycur triemi, FRANCIS J. METTAUER, M. D. Post Ofttce, PETEBsacse,Oct. 1st, 183S. Mr. Aaracn Huge, P. M. Charleston, S. C. Dear Sir : Doctor F. J. Mettaoer, of this place, has been called upon by Mr. Montague for a letter, ia which he recom mends the Mother's Comfort, in all cases of Cholera. Entire confidence may be placed in any statement the doctor may give on any subject. Ho is a physician of much skill and ex perience, and has practised in this town with great success. My belief is that the medicine will recommend itself. I consider it a valuable medicine, and hare no doubt of its be ing a certain remedy in affections of the bowels Very ra- I for using. A liberal discount mads to persons who buy to sell. At the solicitation of a number of persons who have been cured of diseases of a longstanding by my practice, I have consented to give my particular attention to the practice of medicine to persons who are able to attend to me at my of fice personally, otherwise those who are incapable of atten ding personally from infirmity will sand a correct statement of their case. JACOB HOUCK, No. 121 Baltimore street opposite tha Museum. The above medicine is for sale by IRV1N REED, Richmond Indiana. TWO YOKE OP OXE1V POR SALE. ANY person wishing to purchase one or two yoke of Ant rale oxen can do so bv caliing on IIKNKY WETHERALD. Richmond, June 24, 1837. 24tf N OTICE.500 1.1 BORERS If'AJCTED! The IMrXa AEm CO WBOIAAU CZICrJ OTCHE. s REMOVED to No 100 H and Femrta, where they wilt ba ion their ia, 1837. w supply ta-Gaa. TAKEN UP, BY Thornton Alexander la Greenfork Tosriiahrp Ran. eMaa t amity, a bright bay botes with a snip a i and a white spot ia Bis forehead, aad tne left fore foot I saattot aaeut toaarmon aaaos nsaa: noomer anaraa or otande to be about fifteen yean old an- icw Establishment. subscriber respectfully informs tha inhabitants of Richmond and us vicinity, tbat as has recently eetect- j ad, with great care, at aha eastern cities n general stock of merchandise, corn pri sag DRY GOODS, GKOraiUES, etc., which be now offers to ths public on tha most accom modating trims. As it is his intention to form a permanent .oration in this Ttogi I place, it will ba a groat desideratum to install himself in jja f uvv nMHiiwv mm cmuiamu, rus wuiti,wi a tWHal a a. aw orouK" imu ivquswiraSll, awu, vim at miauav. a maw p a of his ens corners for raoarr ray, be hopes u ptavper. N. B. Paooccx of all kind taken ia exchange for GOODS. JOHN WILLIAMSON, A. E. Corner of Main end Ftont stmt. Racasjosrsv 5th mo. 25th, 1 837. 31 if M. TCrthingteM & RnRRcjr, Wasaleaale Sneers nnat Dealers in Winaa. 1.1- aors, Shoes, ate. It. l0O Main street, ketareen Pifta and sixth streets, Cincinnati, Ohia. ARE now receiving their spring supplies; consisting of 675 bags Rio Coffee, 75 bags Hav'a Green, do., 26 ches a Young Hyson Tea, 94 half do. do. do. 30 half Imps- rial do., 30 I31b. boxes do., iu naircnens uua r., oo -jw 131b. boxes do. do., 40 hbds. N. O. Sugar, 50 boxes brown Ha. do., 60 boxes white do. do, 50 bbls. Loaf do., 75 bbls No. 3, Mackerel, 120 kegs No. 1, Ky-, aad 38 kegs Va. To- . , , - i iinwwl 42 ar: Dae co, ci boxes oo. iavenniso, ii,i- opuuin sigam. Wines. 7 pipes Port Madeira, Lisbon, 30 half pipes Teneriffe, Champaign, Claret, 1 20 qr. casks Slterry, Samos Sicily, Madeira, 20 boxes muscat, and Malmsey. 35 half pipea Cognise Brandy, 6 pipes Hol land Gin. 3 pipes Jamaica Ram, 1 pipe St. Croix do., 36 bbls Peach Brandy, 30 bbls A- merican do., IU bbls do. ixin, 4U oois no. Sweet Wine, 30 bales Almonds 3 barrels Filh.rf.s- 7-2 Iwi Madeira Nats 300 boxes Kauins IOU in naintvil Huckats. 9U cases Boots and snnes Together with every other article, usually kept in a Grocery Stare : which will be sold as low as at any other house west of the mountains for Cash or approved papsr CiacianATi, April v ayne eountv, maiana, will employ, lor one or two years, from 400 to 3oO laboring hands on said road. The work will consist of grading, mason-work, paving, and M'Adam ising; where constant employment will be furnished to good bands for the aforoaid term. As we do not wish to induce workmen from a distance by misreprssenation to come to this work, we state what cannot bs denied, that no healthier situation can ds lojna in taa western country. cheaper or wages batter. Experienced hands at such work would bs preferred. j IJYEK Sc af tV, GREER, HILU ic Co WESTERFiEU ic HILSOT. Richmond, Indiana, July 1st, 1837. 25tf CMkinfi- Stovee & Castittff. THE subscriber has mads arrangemena with I. E. Jones. ax . o, wbicq win enable him to keep constantly on hand a variety of CASTiNoa, consisting of Cooking Stones, Crunks, vusjgeons, spur una xsreev f-rcartn-, Mag irons, Andirons, rnrmgn nun, rvmgjm own, ran Mugging, OtC. SEC. ; ail of which will be sold at the Foundry prices and warranted. All orders left with him will be promptly attended to. 6th mo. 14th, 1837. (23 tf E. EVENS. JAMI H 22, 1837. I!iTIRMAKT.Jlewi to the Afflictei. THE subscriber having made some arrangemena for tbe accommodation of the afflicted, with lingering diseas es, informs the public that he is now prepared to receive patients for tbe cure of their maladies. Such aa are afflict ed with Palsy; Epilepsy; affection of the Eyes; Wens; hard Swelling and Tumors; Stiff Joints occasioned by tbe use of mercury, or Rheumatic affections; Rheumatism; White Swellings Dropsy; affection of the Kidneys; Sick Head-ache; Die Dolereux; Tetter or Ring Worm; pain and weakness in tbe Breast; St, Anthony's Fire; Liver Complaint; Pali pus; Cancers and all other Scrofulas dis eanen, all such may be cured ia much less time and suffer ing to tba patients by having them Immediatelv onder my Boliea. DR. WILLIAM A. BRICK. ArShop on Main, near Froat street. 4U mo. XI, 1837. nsasasaaaa t at twenty doitars by Frederick Fadghmn aad Prae 1 certify tha above to bs a true cmw from my astray book. JOSEPH FULGIlUM, J. P. Juhr3I,1837. 32:3t 19EX7 9TODE. rRHX miileiiiirned takes plsaaurs ia anoouacing at' ths X rttisana of MUton aad ia vicinity, as wall aa renevaUy. that he haa now aoened in the ssora roe ry built by Jatta Wright as the sewn at MUtoa, a ass with much cara, and want ef an. rsaviaw for saa im the Dry Oomto that he will ba abia as aOJar Ms a tkmw who may foal i raamwa of Dy Owma, UarsHrarn, 9r- ind ready made clsjtUse. Pefsmts I Sa purcbasr, am ismted as call and see for the ssdvaa. JOHN TALBOTT Jr. IsaUtoa, Aagust , 1937. ?t-4t wto raqsuaisri feaaneacagad iMamat Ms Ssoct JfomnCry. "Ta-TEW ARRANGEMENT. Tha Subscribers have en- X w tared into tstiaimsi sup in taa rssowtru, jwacautc Malting, tbM, Cojmtr, Sheet horn mmd Ptattgh bwixtsss, in the warns and under taa ana of E. GROVER A CO. aad they iavite the patmnaga of their old friend the public, for whom past favors taary render grateful aeknowladgemona, and promise m try to d seat is a con tinaa nee of said favors for the fntura. Tha Imaaam of the oht aVtma win bs settled by the ana. Oraars promptly atteuaed as. EDMUND GROVER, JOSEPH GROVER, JOHN HAINES, W-,BWA1X A Co. WJ ie IM. J- MOfTaTT4h Omrj July 15, 1837. 37if I a T epexlar Celtias Jat. f I1IB. SUCSCRIEZR has oa hand, a lanre aad I asmvaassnt ef Boftins Cloths, of the best oualitw .-j of avevy Na. aaed, which will be sold lower than they have srer Men an it a m ants market. basil imiGnrwpxL. Ricbmot-d, Augut 35th, 1837. 30rtf MI never yet did know philosopher Who could bear the Tooth-ache patiently.' Much ado about nothing. MONTAGUE'S BALM. A eovareign and infallible remedy for tha Tooth-ache, A an effectual preservation for the Teeth. Prica $1 per bottle Ia offering this invaluable Balm ta the public, many cartif ieates of its efficacy might ha given, which the limiaof a newspaper forbid publishing, and which may ba men by call ing at the agente, hut we invite the public to a more eoovine ixu; proof" of ia almost miraculous powers to relieve this most or all aensa, taa reota aebe. QrTirve it a trial when all other remedies bave failed, (being earefid so adhere strietlv to tha directions given oa each bottle,) and let it rim or fail apoa ia own merits3 Suffice it to tay that ia thousands of cases it has not foiled in a single instance. It should bs used aftar all dental operations bleeding, aad spungy gums fore teeth, scurvy, dtc, aad ia decidedly tha best tooth wash over yet discovered, and should be used with a brum of any powder, or euhstaaco containing, or that caa tbe finest particle of grit, it ia spoken of with xsxai praise, and all who hare used it have laid aside all other ramedies offered as clansers of" ma aaouth and purifier of the breath. For sale at taa Drag Store of Irvii Read, Richmond, Pritchet A ain, CemerriOe: also ovary sown aad village in tne a.mssu nam try proper agents. AU ardors for Balm will receive attention if addressed to Chas. H Ed- waroa, t-inriimati, wan a Ueaeral agent for taa Western country. Jans 3, 1837. 32y The RicIuDood TradiiLg mad Hnxm-stoi-iiigCom THE Isoldem of the sack of said Cawqmny taat taa zaa insraimant or tax douars i aa each share in rea aired as bo paid at their or Shs am day af tha Eleaaath moalh. ( Net. ruber) next. By ordav ef the Pintlun. W. M. LEEDS, Satrmnry. Richatond, 7th mo. ?nd, 1837. 38 UPERIOR Sicily, Samos Po, Cogniac, Tsntriff and I Malaga Uoilaad Gin, jhst received from tha W. ssREEN, AttsHraey aad Coaaeellar at Law ami Master in Caaaeerrt AS permanently located himself in tbe town of Rich mond, V ayae county, indiaaa: where all communi cations and business ia his professional line will recei prompt and punct ial attention. As a Master iaChancerv he is legally authorised, by tbe laws of this Hum, to admin ister onus tais UeposiuOatf, aad tha acknowlsdgsmsa a of deads mortgages Ac. (tJ-QlJUe n MnrrissonU brick building, user Fleming mnd wildaUi man's Scare. July lss 1837. 25tf STRATTAN b MEEK, ' ARE just receiving, from PHILADELPHIA, a large and superior assortment of PlaisA Fasct DRY GOODS, whh they will sell ciir.Ar for CASH, or exchange for coun try produce. They respectfully invite tbe friends and tha public generally to call and examine their stock, as they caa suit their crussonters with almost every thing (mat that of tneoenj iney may wisn io purcBasc. RicnnoKD, April 39, 1837. 17tf , Wines : Cogniac pure as imparted. Far sale by aucnmono, ujj dj - Brandy, Jamaica Ram and Eas and warranted IRV1N REED. 29:tf Frcits mt tbe Bap-aape. A NEW stock of Goods have just been received by ths subscriber at his old stand consisting of Media, TmnU, Oiis,Dfe Hoods, Tebacoo, Cigars A Snuffs, Books aad Stationary Liquors Fruia and Confectionary and va rious other articles too tedious to mention, which he offers to the public cheap for cash. IK 1 Ki.KA. Richmond, July 29, 1837. 39rtf JAMES C FECGUSON, HAS just recaivad from Philadel phia, a large assortment of Jew elry, gold aad atfvm watches, a splen did alabaster time piaea, almost eve ry pattera of Breast piaa, fingarrings ear drops Cotlerv, peneia, combs template ma of Brittania ware, mu sical instruments Pocket books aad nearly every thing ealiad for in his lhse. Tba public am respectfully invited ta -rail aad exai ine. Clerks and watches repaired as usual. RjcaaToan, May 37th, 1837. N' JUST PL BUSHED AND FOR SALE AT this office, A DISCOURSE, delivered at tba Meeting boos, Grace-church- street London, Septem ber Ui, 1131," by THOMAS STORY. This sermon is now reprinted, Crmn a hope that the matter which it con tain may conduce to the edification of the serious and im- f partial reader. It was taken down by a stenographer, and t published by the permission of the author. Price 121 cents. OTICE is hex ear cives, that I have this day ap pointed. J. rv. acuitis my Attorney, ta close ail my unsettled holiness trs the most expedition manner. All lb oss who know themselves ia any way indebted to me, can, therefore, save costs mnd tnmhie by calling on him at his office on Maia, between Pearl and Front tresis ia Rich mond, Ia., and settls the same innEtMATELT. I have changed my reside ace to Indianapolis and stand in imtm -diate need of all that is due ma. (vr-Awr one wishing to procure a few acres of LAND, oa good terms in the immediats vicinity of Richmond, can do so by calling on J. 8. Sullivan, or myself at Indianapolis July 1, 1837. 35 Jw WILLIAM LINDSAY. DECOVAL.-Da-nct. ?. X. Salter, TlTw WISHES raspsctfnlrv to inform his friends that be Tf W has isnxtoved his office and residence So Maia sweat, one doot wast of Marion sties t .opposite tha Richmond Ho tel where ha will continue tha practice of his piofaasioa. July 1, 1837. 35-tf fOY AMD OCC. "aW TMRABL1 BILUOCI PiaAf, annu s menu, ixramotitac acaJm aad ssm opposing dissasa. They ara lecommaadad m the being a little superior so aay other family medMeo hjv ia aay cam or complaint they will not ha found msnsjii the very last, aad ia many complaiate they am for bafaac others. And hem let us observe that it caa ba af eat; vantags to as to recommend them higher then they aaay since their success is left to depend oatirely upaa a was i their virtues Multitudes have all mil i triad thaw proved tba correctness of tha above statements aad auk would my "try them. After trying a few rmiliam r one who is not satisfied with thrm it expected to mtarsf remainder and pay only for those used. We am si they should sustain for themselves tha high mpsistim I have already acquired, or sink into merited obliviea. Tk amount of suffering which they might and which tasy ssat relieve, were their virtual only known, can hardly mo -. matsd. Ia how many cuaes might a longaai ssraxthi : sicknsss bs prevented by the am of a portion or two of as . pills. And how many ara, day after day, and wemsfiv c week, aufferin naiiis and x-Iim. avhia-k ik.M n. u. - f to relieve, such as arim from a dyspepsia, indigsstios V tivsnsss piles diarrhaa aad dysoatary, tick hsad aela,4 sines nervous disorders palpitation, jaundice, or It. complaint, disorders of tha skia, each as bails blast: MiitTMum, aettM rasa, prtcaay baas atc tainiasm sr. stomaca, sour stomaca, resusssnaas seam aa thmatta aar f..'" "1Wr eating, aa if WuaJad, lom of appesisa, A Ifcrt it Is not noeessarr to .n r'. whis .ta ;,i. ' ' T "mi iJiiu auw HaBjiuu fBsi inara m m .u. a. . which the human frame is subject in which th-. to promote the health an J strength, and comfort of tt ... m obj miw parucuiariy useful in all lesnaJa dissvi. " avs oi waaanem or debility. I hey are alaV """' oenaat ia gravelly complaints. Their efficacy asa physic is by no means their oaly ommendauon ; they am aim a tonic I attend of pradatit !;.. aaaaata..M J.l.:l:. .1 ; . a a.aaJa .j. uauniij, wsj nvufurnm sum the whole system. ix. U. I acre is no danger of baemtiog I their use that one caaaot do without them, for ths mar' one has been ia ths habit of taking them, ths lost dam its quire to produce the desired effect. This is aa iiapwt. recommendation, and one which shook! ant be eermi ed. They coatain on mineral subtaanca wlmtever. astts vagetaUe substaaee that caa in any way be injurious urt system. They mingls in with tha food, assist tha airmf and promote a regular and healthy action of the ksBV Each bottle contains 60. Pries 75 cents. j BearDs Cersi Plaster. Ail thess who try wilt ' speedy relief; and aa effectual ramedy. If it does sat at. out all soreaea and pain very soon, and in a short UsmSSJ tne s-ora. return toe box. u l tha niur aSa.il ha. Pries 25 cants. J earlB Cntnrrls annanA aaawl. .i:r Lethargy, Nervous headaches inflamed ayes, i nmsasBBal iS If PSfsaveisnJ in it proves an effectual tsmsarfe sar SB) If catarrh ia the moat obstinate cases Prica 35 casus. T aoove ineaicines am tor sale ay IK Vila REED, aad G. W. YEN NEMAN? Naw Parts. MEDICINES, PALN'TS, DY13-STIJFF8, A oEBEBAt. AssoaTtnaT ofaH articlaa sad re now oaTarsd. ehsa par than ever, at tbe old stand as sucaaaond. May is, 1837. IRVIN SPRING FOUNDRY. THE Suhecribars Savine; eatsred Into dor the firm of 1. . Joaas, at Cau respsctfunr pualie that they have esteUiahed a Fouadrr on sideef Richmond, and am nmaamd ta furnish all kiaJs at castings wtta Qispatca, aau m tne SMnaaa a Ul aim lartsua patterns if wmaud, an axir 1. E. JON JESSE h. Hi JOHN M. HUTTOX October 32d. 1836. 4tf MS? 'S and Boy's Kin and Calf M fjair and Saal LirtEBS GarrKaa. For sale by COALE A HA Rrcasjoaa, April 35, 1837. . UILTC3. , 17tf mardarasstl BOOTS AND 8HOES. ALL kinds of BOOTS smnCOOESa - a hand aad for sale by COALE A HAMILTOX- I April 22nd, 1837. UUrmrf and ientiTle. : THE subscriber has rsesivod a saaaU mmi't- af IV and Stationary for the benefit of Studeaa and . a, C and see. 1HVI UZZZ. Richmond, July 99, 1837. . . Oaf PAINTS, Ac White Lead in Oil, ".Dry, sale low by Spanish Bkvjwa, w, aue.su. May 13, 1837. Bad Land, Lamp Black, "tbarga. Just mesrived aatd for 1RVIN REED. eOfl thick E20GANS, at whole sal oar mtaiL sOirby COALE A HAMILTON. Odja BAGS best greaa eoaea for sale Oi-T ay W.R.4&L FOULKE. Richmaorf, July 15,1837. 37 af LEATHER! LEATHER!! fTT r-n'-ri st Tirir OTrsMishnmiil suituaa saa Calf, Liaiaar, Bindinc fftimv Akma Isusm ai i ratal of Rsnaet Isatbar and eoveriits; htdea. Pessaas daaling in Shis line will plaam giveuaaeaiL COALE A HAMILTON. April 22nd, 1837. May 37, 1837. Sltf CXiATCii for sale at this office. Bmfnra LS on hand SADDLES, iljtMLXESS, A m TTAS on hand SADDLXtS, MSjthWESS, X J.of all kinds. Tan asnuie ara rsasetforiy call aad examine for taiiassfvaa. Rrraaosra, May 77 th, 1837. ' - 21 tf Prlatsl naxt rakllsaaad) sistf nasjidJni hg . ' d. p. lfXTtir & a a iz ; At turn Oamth ayest eawanrr ssf Main mmm sTttum aifCmTMONDs Wayna casaatf, lanllataa. , . TERMA OF afUBSCMPTIOjL Two ITmi asa ft asaama, pnyaafa as advamca. Tern caars, if mm witaaa tha year; andTi saent be deiayud euoil the year TKENIOP Ouodamr pnr ifc. , t: for sia if 15 50 par AraaTfffa wili bacsmsaaslfora :iliaai af stta eaaa fswsa r wImtaaX AsfoAmtfoa as" 39 par lfhiwisT I rC3 PSLMT1NC ' taa Paujtatans Omen.