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i i nfn" thereto, such person or
toll gale MjggTg shaU lo the Cropora
persons 50 oflef .fa v of damages ac-
. v iriiEV -
tion three ir. t.r to be recov
tUadXbt corporation before any courl
hZ in' competent jurisdiction.
nai"o ',. vmnrntion may. bv con
Cjc, i ire ""'r . .
tract, admit the intersection with any other
Turnpike road or collateral road. .
Src 24. That if said road, alter its com
pletion shall ba suffered to go into decay, or
be impassable for one year, unless when the
ame is repairing, this charter shall be taken
and considered as forfeited. It shall and may
u m,C, f.f ih rnnntips of Wavne and
pc w n ii -- e' c c
fnion at any time after the period ot titty
years to require said company to yield up
and surrender to the said counties the said
road and all the privileges hereby conferred,
on piving said company one yearns notice of
such intention, and on paying to said company
the value of said road and other property be
S:c. 25. This act to be in force from and
after its passage; and it sh:ll be taken to be a
public act and favorably construed for all ben
eficial purposes. And any subsequent Leg
islature, by a vote of two thirds of each
Branch thereof, may alter or amend this char
ter. TIL J. EVANS,
Speaker of the House.
President of the Senate.
Approved, February 15th, 1039.
1 DAVJD WALLACE.
Indiana, to wit:
1, William J. Brown, Secretary of State,
for the state aforesaid, do hereby certify that
the foregoing is a correct copy of the original
act now on file in my office.
In Testimony whereof, I have hereunto
subscribed rnv name, and affixed
SIau the Seal of State at Indianapolis,
this 29th day of April, 1839.
SATUEDAV MORSIXG,. ....Mil' H, IS39.
Uncompromising hostility to the reelection
Martin Van liuren." Talmaiige.
WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON,
Subject to the decision of the National Conven
tion to be held by the Whigs of the U. States.
Pouthait Painting. Governor Cannon of
TeimcfFtic, nnd tho late Speaker, Polk, are op
posing candidate for the next Gubernatoiral
lermin that state; nnd as id llio custom of that
region, they art lump speaking in the different
At Murfroesboro, Mr. Polk made a speech and
the Govcnor replied; from this reply we extract
' the f.tflowing portraiture of ihe man who never
forgnve. Pittsburg Gazette.
"Yon observe, fellow-countrymen, that my
competitor appears to lukp pleasure in referinj
i you td General Jackson's military achievements
to hi hav ing fuiight the Indiana successful!)',
anl to the manner in which ho pointed that loner
ignilicuut finger, at Washington, whenever he
tvuhed to mtko it understood that his will was
to bo obeyed! Well, gentlemen, said the gov
ernor, I und sumo of yon had something to do in
fighting with tho Indians also. A you well
know, 1 nover have been a favorite with my op
ponent's highly eulogised -'Old Chief." His pop
ularity never bore me along to smiles and for
tune: I never clung to the skirts of his coal, or,
when danger approached, jjmped into hid pock
r We are authorised to announce HIRAM
MENDENI1AL, as a candidate to represent Ran
dolph county in the House of Representatives of
the next Legislature.
(gjr The Report of the Treasurer of the Bo
rough will be published next week. It ;s reluc
t nlly, but necessarily omitted at thia time.
fr7- A mrettnir of the Commissioners namd
in tho Richmond and Boston Turnpike Company
Charter, takes place to-day.
Navillus, next week.
(7- Wo are authorized to announce the lion.
James R.AiuDEN,as a candidate for re-election to
Congress, at the ensuing election in August next.
Q7- We are authorized to announce MARTIN
M. RAY, Esq., of Centreville, as a candidate for
Congress, at the next August election.
(t-We are authorized and requested to an
nounce George W. Whitma?., Esq., of Cambridge
city, as a candidate for the lower branch of the
Eds. Palladium; Please notice in your paper
that the Wayne Probate Court will commence on
Monday the 13th of May instant, and will pro
bably sit through the week. As no court was
holden at the last regular term, it is essentially
necessary that Executors, Administrators, Guar
dians, &.c., should promptly attend to their respec
tive duties at the ensuing term.
JOHN FIN LEY, Clerk.
May 2d. 1839.
A Rumor Confirmed. The report given in our
last, in respect to the change of editors of the
Federal paper published in this place, is confirm
j ed by the following witty paragraph in the last
defeat of the Li!! making an appropriation for if,j
because they have a maj rity in the House . Will !
the editor, for once, throw aside his slavish syco-j
phancy and give hia readers a lit of ayes and!
noes on Mr. Ririden's motion ton-j into the com-i
ml I tee of the Whole for the purpose of consider-;
ing this bill? That would settle the question in
every man's mind, as to who defeated the bill.;
The broad assertions contained in th article a!-!
luded to, without one shadow of proof to sustain :
ihem, is unworthy of any who has at any time in
his life been acknowledged a Whig they are un-i
worthy Lynda Elliott himself. The only evi-!
o'ence that can be brought to commit either par
ty is the ayes and noes on the motion nndc by
Mr. Rariden, and yet the readers of the Jeffer
sonian know nothing about that vote. They are
told that the Whigs defeated the bill, while in a
vote of 133, sixty-six Whigs voted for the appro
priation, and 72 administration men voted agains1
it. Hine adminstration -men only voted for the
bill; and but five Whigs voted against it. And
yet in the face of these facts, the public are
told that the Whigs are to blame for the loss of
the Appropriation. Impudent effrontery!
Let us here q'lotc one paragraph from the the
'This appropriation his been lost too, at a time
when Indiana bad Gve federal members to one
democrat in the House, and the charge his been
made that the democratic members of congress
voted ugainst it because Indiana sent federalists
to congress. Suicidal confession."
If this mcnn3 any thing, it conveys the idea
that if there had been mare democratic members
from Indiana, the appropriation would have been
passed. Admitting this to be correct; does not
this sentence convince the reader men, that the
writer believes Indiana cannot get an appropria
tion without she sends democrats to Congress.
Let the confession be suicidal or uot, we cannot
understand it in any other light. than that the ap
propriation is to be had at an cxhorbitant price
the sacrifico of principle.
We are prevented from a further notice of this
subject, by our form being almost ready for the
CINCINNATI CANAL MARKET.
Fiowr, from boat,,
Wheat, per bushel.
THE Stockholder in the Richmond Trading and Man
cficturins Company are her. by notified that an Ejec
tion for wvm Directors, to manage b, bosines of the insti
tution the ensuing year, will be hld at tbeir office in Rich
mond on the third davof June next.
General Commission Agency,
New Ohleaxs, April 27.
Sigab Louisiana. We have beard of very
lew transactions in sugar uu plantation since our
last report: the custemtry rales are 5iaG cts tho'
in a lew instances U has been paid for small
caosce lots. In the city the stock on sale is fair
ih iugh but a small portion of it can be classed as
prime, for which quality alone there is at present
much inquiry. The rates are 5a5j for inferior
to common, and 6i6 for fair lo prime. Ha
vanna sugars are pleantv, and in verv limited re
quest at our quotations. Cleared since the 23J ;
test, tor 1'hiladelphia, 146 hhds., Mobile, 63.
Molasses. There is a fair demand tor molas-sct-on
the levee atfrom30.i32 eta per gallon,nnd
the stock is on the decrease. Nothing of any
importance is doing in the article on plantation
indeed there never is at this period of the season.
Jtiramond, May 4th, 153J. Jeff, copy 17-5t
tween the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. 'nnd J. avi,vk n s-
on said day, the following propsrtv: to wit one house' and
lot in the fcorou.h ot Richiuon.1, Wayue county, Indiana,
knovrnby its being number J nineteen 11 njmbrrtj 0:1 the
plat of that part of said Burouh laid off by John Smith'.
Taken in execution as the property of John O llarra at
the s jit of Sienhea Duucan.
T. G. NOBLE, Sh'ff. W. C.
April 25ih 1S33. 16 t.
Sole and Upper Leather,
CALF, Seal, Liivng, and Binding SKINS; Men',
and Women's MOROCCO, with a large assortment
ol PaDo Sil.vs, just received, and for sale by
LDMUND EVANS SOX,
S. W. Corner of Main and Market it.,
Fifth-month 4th, 1333. Kif
"Here love his golden shafts employs, here lijhts
His consiaii lamp, and waves bis purplb wings,
Rc-igns here and revels."
- Oa Thursday. 2J inst
by Judge S.B.Stanton.
to Miss Isabel Loweitt; all of this
XOP WILLIAMS, Uu ofla haua, ad for
ij time a resident uf this city,o&er his services to western
i and southern Merrb&nts, for the purchase of all tieerij-
! tlOrt of UOODS in this rUv end Naur Vuik ('km Via i.-w
SlieriU?S Sale.' j acquaintance with these Mi.lit?, asd ty remaininf
By virtue of an execution to me directed from th. I kc,,ij aivieed ol every thint CO-
W ayne Circuit V-azu Itillt, .r n,.M. I BecUj UiLa he trade, he datters biuMe.t that, ha wiU oe
Coart House d.r in the town of Centreville, U'arae coon, f "b'e1 x pur- better terms than tho enerchanu
ty, Indiana, on Saturday the lsth dor of Mar ne-it be- 1 1 V" - 'T Su once or twice a yea. Ale-, baln
. . V uv v mug HKQ H1K
tionsas regards stjloa and uualitie, as will render entire
satisfaction to those who may favor liiut with their order.
Merchants availing tHfmselveS of thia mode ofnurebaain
J their Roods wU iv tim vai a.oiJ the Sa'ig te au 1 eapesse
oi uaveiiing. t aose (rtderiisg will p'eass te the terms
sal time o. which they wish lo bjjv A!eo aauite ot
Ilousfe where Uiy ave hc.f.o:re pu.-caajed.
Cumimsviotts fox puichasinj, iauri;g a.ti .'orwardini,
On ail Amounts over $5,000 ... 2 per real.
" under ... 3
.iUuu JOSLril H1LLL1XS,
R,el w No. jliu.ck Al ty.
MicaJah T. U'illiahs, Cincinnati, io.
Haolkv A. CiRrt NTka, WUmiugloa, thM.
SrasTTAN &. Ukirti, "t
I A. C. Ulvchd, I
Achilles iLuta, V Richmond, InleM.
BkBlL BaluurwCLL, I
IaiM Rkkd &. liaiTHce, J
Johm VaWTta, Vernon, Indiana.
Hon. Jams Raaiucx, Centrevirie, I.tdiane..
m " O. II. Sjsith, Cou.iersville, Indiana.
Mooae Jk. HiaTis, i
'VauA F...UOIT, M'. Indiaiut.
JtasB L. WiLuasia, C. E. Indian a pons, In-iaxiSi.
Jane Woods, Knightstown, Indiana.
Col. C. P. J. Aaio.N, Mftditoo, Indiansx.
Col. J tear WiLUtas, Burlington, Iowa Territory.
Scull J. WiLLiAna, 1
Lon ilTntTH Jk. Boldkn, V Pbi'.aJelphha.
C E. PiraSANTa,
8 A- Kaltciieb, Ltd tana ixlie, ludiarua
May 4ih, IB33. Ittf
THE LAST CALL!!
I .1 ACH and every individual indebted to the late firm of
Akin Sc Ward are hereby notified that their notes a.id
accounts are .Wit' in the hauds of M.iOlSTR.i TES for
1 collection, and if they are not paid on or before the first day
I2,3rrl'u0!i 5th day, 2J inst , in Friend's meeting 1 of Jane n,xl' ,uit wiU b etmnjencd 011 all not paid at that
ou near Milton, STEPHEN MORRIS, tn ELIZ - r'1"'-' p"t, 1"! "'r," Clfd C" n01
uttii w mxrvAr. t , , . . I previous to the said first day of June, else suit wai be coin-
tw- 1 11 V . MOOKE ; both of that place. menced on them likowise. It is hoied this call will he at
tended to, and thus save the unpleasant task of coercion.
May 4th, 1533. 17-5
The Federalist who has a nominal supervision
of the editorial department of the Federal print
in this place, gives vent to his feeliugs in the
following sentenco which we copy from lus last
On Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Wm. Boyce,
WiLLiAM Reid, Esq., of Ft. Wayne, la., to Miw Saah
Jane Mansu, daughter of Mr. Jeremy Mansur, of this j
b .rough. I
On 4th day, 1st inst., at Friends' meeting house, 1
Samlkl t ouue, to CtMTB FoUiJCE ; both ol this town.
On Thursday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Sturdi-
'"', Mr. EDWIN VICKERS, to Miss MARY ANN
STURDIVANT; all of this borough.
Accompanying the alpha and omega of the above notices,
ths "Palladium" was gratefully remembered, by receiving
1 a comfortable slice of cake from the first, and a whole loaf
iro.11 the last happy pair. .2 the above parties, who
have embarked on the voyage of matrimony, have our
good wishes for their welfare, and we hope that their lives
may be a "perpetual fountain of domestic bliss,"
DIED, In this place on Friday evening, the 2d inst.,
Mr. JOHN PIERSOX, for a fow years a resident here,
and formerly of Delaware. The remains of our deceased
fiind were interred, agreably to his request, by hi Masonic
1 brethren, with the solemn ceremonies peculiar to that fra
li'rnity. His funeral was also attended bv !sr nmnUr
"To t-ilk about the President Icing opposed to j of oar citizens; thu shoeing rea-.ect for bim whose lot it
the road, is the veriest nonsense that a man could . was to a far from his relations and early friends
u t te r." 1
The man who talks nonsense is a fool! Will j
the editor ol the JefTorsonian, recently of the Ce
INDIANA TEMPERANCE CONVENTION.
I fc!7The State 1 &(al Abstinence Temperance Social;',
; tviit iinld it4 nmitin mioi:... I.. .1 : . t . iv. j . 1 .
cil Whi, refer to a certain number of the latter ' the irth dav of Mav next, it i -.L-'-.'i ,i..;..j LJ.
I uuniljcr ol that print : paper, where ho w-i'.l find, when speaking of the i ljxi!;ary "3 should be repre-,ted bv aslarg-e a num-
! The editor of the Palladium must certain- j Presiticnt thc following senleuce9:
iv ii.ivv iiiiauuiisiiucu nnaidt: in iichj muci Vhn ..n.'ir.77if nnn.l vro monc,.,., ' viial importance wm De transacted. Amole urovi.io,.
I havo known him long, and met his dis- i narliance. announces as the "latest news from i ,;.. ,i. , ,.r it, ....... ; viii bo made by the citizens of this place t. accommodate
WerP it pnrrprl V nnn.nmr-oH ! i . ..." - t... .1. . ' . . . - "- --or oecy.
.. . ..j 111 tins iieciariiimii. wo u;3 nuMaineu wv more-
NEW SPRING FASHIONS.
7 .TRS. HART, has just received from the east the latest
If I fashions which have been brought out, of cay a.
plain ladies hats and bonnets. She has also for sale, the
latest patterns of straw and silk bonnets, silks, triinminirs.
and a vajiety of millenry. She will also make to order any
article in her line ol business on short notice, and in hand
some style. Shop on Main street, opposite the National
Hotel. E. It A 111.
Richmond, May 4th, 1839. 17tf
TO Till; PUBLIC.
AT an election of the stockholder in "The Glenhope
Manufacturing Company" held on the 17th of the 4th
monih, (April) 1S3.1, Joseph P. Plummer, William Owen,
and Caleb Shreeve, were alerted director for one year
And at a meeting of the directors elect, William Owen was
elected President, and William Bancroft Secretary.
O-The company are now ready ta purchase all kinds
of clean washed WOOL, for which the market price will
be given. Persons having wool for sale, will please call on
Wm. Owen, at his siore on Main street Richmond, who will
purchase for the Company.
Glenhope, near Richmond, la , 5th mo. 1st. 1633. l?if
ri lllE subscriber is now prepared to card anv quality of
J wool la first rate order, iiis machines are almost new,
having run but one caion, and are still in complete repair.
His carder is an experienced workman, and by application
to business will be enabled to make as good rolls as any ma
chine in the country. His establishment is on the Middle
Fork, one nnd a half miles from Richmond. His price is
the same as charged at neighboring factories. Custom is
GARNER MEXDENIf ALL.
Fifth month 4th, 1339. 17if
a enauro before now. If mv competitor can
I j ,
boast hiving rode smoothly tipon tho billows of
nvo O.d Chief's popularity, I can say with truth
th.it I Irivo hid to stem tho bufictingJ ofliis
wravh. WU.w cttizena, some of you remember
the lirao htn our nrmy was reposing on tb:a
side of tho C i ha tint General Jackion depu
ted mv regiment and another to cross that tur
bulent stream and mtnek the enemy in hi strong
holds ih.it we went a 4 we wero ordered, while
General Jackson l.iy on ihis Fide in securuy
Men may, but it cannot lieV
lake an upjdication of the as3ertiuu,i
lit is highly probable it would prove to be a j rorti. Me
j premature notice to publish a Whig victory ,and j Then
...... .1.1 .... !-!... . LrVl
''n, Whirr, of Vork. .vnPMP,! ! that hc who taIks a nfool!
have obtained another splendid victory over j
the loco focos. The mayor of the City has I
been elected by an overwhelming majority j
over the democratic candidate. Mr. Web- ;
l.inianapolis, April Cth, 1839.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
At at meeting of the Vestry of St. Paul, held in the bo
Fizh tr Richiiiund on Friday, Irtay lOctt, 10,
On motion. Resolved Thnt the Clerk advertise fir pro-
Cumberland Road Meeting at Vandalia.'a i 11? ? to br9 rec.,lve:, t. 1 h- hrst day of June next, for the
, , ,-1 , . 1 . , . , O'liiilin? of a ciiurch edifice in said borough, for the consre-
are rcitlly grtihd to sec the friends ot the N l.i-L- pas church. The plan of the edifice may
tional Rtd niovinjj in Illinois. A Conveution,hv- examined at the house ot the Rev. Ctoieo Fink, andoth
ster was a casual visiter at the city, and de
that we sulVored murli from fatigue and hunger livered himsell ot a speecit in nts nappy ana
that wo found tho enemy strong and powerful, j felicitous manner at the glorification.
but beat him triumphantly nnd retumod con- j 'phis is sarcasm, cutting, annihilati.io; sarcasm!
q.uW. Bit suppose we had been benten cut . pen of J. W. Borden, tho re-
t.tr, slain, how long would it h tvo bo-n bctore l
m- 1 f .1 .. 1 1 1 rmul rn hi Icentlv nonointfcd editor ot the Jenor3onian. We
VjeilLTill Jill'lS"ll winiiu ll.l uiui - . 1
zensof Fayette was convened, to appoint dele
gates to the Convention, and Tcrc-IIaute is re
commended as thc most convenient point, nnd
the sccund Monday of July next (Sib) as the tima
ivknn i t q tiA iSpr:i ti.inq ihoiii.l lip liriil fin th '
ido of tho IVnnesseeT I may bu misiauen, nut 1 6nall Hardly ie auie 10 wnnswnu a urn anotner 15th of ..prd, the citizens of Ellingham county,
liavo alwa s ttiniignt there wai a i""- " scorchm. xcithcrin'r, blasting excoriation, wun
. ". . . t I . II 1 CJ CJ
jroverited ! tie selection ot tin)! wn bliouiu truss .rf nnn;.;i:itinn nfsm.lnn.llin.lr. lhprc-
illff for its ol jectil furtherance of this jrreat WOlk, I M "ecessary infonnatun can be had by enquiring of any
3 to find favor in all quarters. At Vanda- "le,nber of the VTf Anrl" pf?m?iw"r
. , . . . CjLUlK.t. t Iblv, Clir. of
the I'Jth ult., a large meeting of the cm- jAS. v. Borde.v, Clk. Fro. Tern.
r 1.. - 1 : . !
the Coosa on that perilous ocensmn.
J havobccii opposed to tY;o Old Chief on many
occasions. I remember tie time that emphatic
finger, my competitor lvcs so well to describe,
was first pointed at mo. I was on the j iry to try,
in Williamson, old Mr. Magnus, on a charge of
murdering Pal ton , Anderson, (Gen. Jackson's
friend.) Wo wci sworn to bring in a true ver
dict. We did so, according to our judgments, and
when I handed the verdiet in. General Jackson
pointed thai "long, significant finrjer" at me and
said, in his peculiar manner, mark you
young natf'1 And, 6aid tho Governor, I be
lievo be h is kept his promise protty faithfully to
this d ay. He used to think that General Jackson
was a tvrant by nature nnd education. lie bad
witnessed bis movements on many occasions
seen hi various plans of operations, when he had
I. is clans nl.ut him and ho always would have
bis clans, but no man in them to follow bim, who
Would not bo his tool nnd bis slave."
T112 Hon. William IIkurod. This gentle
man, tha whig candidate for Congress in this
District, addressed a portion of his fellow citizens
in the court houso in this place on Tucedav
fore wc pray our neighbor to spare us! Let us
survive but a little longer and we will pay tribute
to his lluilibra&tic genius!
Thc locofocos have elected their Mayor in tho
city cf Now York, and a mnjority of the Com
mon Council! Humph! Tho Whigs have carried
tho tcholc state of Connecticut. Tho election of
J. W. B irdcn to the office of First Burgess in our
own borough is also a Vanocratic triumph, and is
about ns true an index to the views of the people
as tha election ol Mayor in New Yoik!
In the days of an honest administration of tho
Post office Department, it was considered impoli
tic to suffer a Postmaster to bo concerned in the
publication of a political paper. Within in our
recollection it has been deemed & sufficient rea
son for removal from office, and was on more than
one occasion carried into effect. But in these
times oflocofuco profligacy and prostitution in the
offices of our country, the most active parlizan is
.i... . 1. 4i :? i . '7 u'k...
i I11UT l WUIlllV VII 111 U ?IUU3 Ul t ItlUI Ml.Clli
JAMES l(. DUGDALE,
n :& s e s a s
(Main street, Richmond, Ind.)
KEEP.S constantly on hand, a general as
sortment of DRUGS, MEDICINES,
I'Al.N i s, Cllt,.MlCAL.S, Sec. ttc, which
1 : 'i V ft
A First Kate Ox Wagon
OR SAI.E. The luberriber has for lale a new and
complete ok waggon, or a heavy waeeon for borsei
It it made of the best of timber and well ironed. Anyone
lucb & vs-nn fMnoi do belter 111 m it ta .rnTiaga
this, as it will 19 sold on good term
May 4ih, 1839. 17tf
IRVIN REED & BROTHER,
j Illinois held a meeting, nnd tho same place and
time was agreed upon. 1 ne proceedings of boll
meetings will be tound in anotber column, to : he will sell, wholesale or retail, ni ihe lowest cash prices
which we invite the particular attention of our j Uiehniond, Fifth-montiillth, ld39. 18tf
readers Tho right spirit is manifested through- j iT J r i THE STOREROoilTAe
out, and wc hope to see tho cu.zo 11s of Iadiaua J) . of Majn Pe t
come lip to the WOlk, la View ct tho magnitude oae daor vVest of the Baai. Possession can be had by the
of tho interests involved. Tho citizens of Put-, 1st of June. Enquire cf E. T. TURNER,
nam bold a meeting at Greencastle, to-day, for . Richmond, May 11, lc3J. lcaj
the purpose of appointing Delegates
Wi. 1 1 ( n .
-1 - r- r 1 J-1 If '
lO SCO tnc Citizens Ol li., IienuriCKS, iiarion,: .erl assortment of everv nrt.cle in the Tnhr.rn
pOB ACCO. Thr subscriber keeps on hand for sale, a
HAVE just received their spring
supply of DRUGS, M E D 1 -
ICIN ES, Ol LS, it. &c.
which they piopose selling on
their usual good terms. Coun
try merchants. Physicians and
Druggists, can be euppli- with
every thing in the line of Medi
cines, Oils, Paints, Dye SluCTs,
Wines, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, Instruments, Glassware,
Perfjmery, &c. &c. The public are invited to rail.
I. REED BROTHER.
May 4ih, 1333. Jeff, copy 17tf
ARE now receiving, from the Eastern Cities, sui Itlw
sive aorimoi, of new and seasonable
embracing as great, if not the greatest variety e.er o(Trsl
in this market; particular! v in the line of Fancy and Rich
GOODS, many of which are of sin entirely new style and
quality. The plain and the gay can alike be auited, at loss
pnees and on reasonable terms. 1 beir stock ha been se
lecied with more than usual care, from extensive importa
tions, and late arrivals from tha nitnufacione.', and cou
sins, in part, of the following:
Super blue, black, brown, green, invisible green,
steel trust, drab, dahlia , and claret CLU I IIoj
super Cadtt mizt, and Queen's own do.j
blue, black, brown, drab, steel mitt, and Cadet
mixt CASSIMERES; Queen's own, Victoria,
and hair cord do.; blue, black, brown, drab,
steel mixt, and Cadet mixt CASSIMETTS and
SA TTI.VE TTS ; Cadet mixt KENTUCKY
JEAXS; a great variety of English and Ame
rican Prints; Painted Mutlins and Eavnt;
rich Mousseline de Line, (a ncx article;) figured
and plain Challey; black, brown, audi drabt
Bombazine ; rich figured do.; rich figured Poult
de Soie,figurcd and plain Heps, trro de Afrique,
Gro de Swiss, Gro de Sine, Gro dc Ta, and Gro
de yapUs SILK; white and colored Marcel
line do.; a great variety of Bonnet Silks; green
and black dotted Thulle; black plaid do.; Paris
nett, Linen Cambric, and Linen Lawn; hern
stitched Linen Cambric Sf Linen La'rn lVdkfs.
Pon de Cherry, Spun Silk, Black Love, Crape,
Embosd Chullu, Gauze, llernani, and white
Silk Dress Wd 'kfs. ; Emboss'd Merino, Chally,
and silk Casmt re Shawls; L tdies Cravats; Net
Wdkf's. and Scarfs; figured Borage, Black
Love, and Gauze I eils; black and white Blond
do.; extra Pongee, Bandanna, Fancy Corded,
and Choppas Il indkerchief; hat Crape; rich,
new style, Ribbons; striped Sattin and fancy
Cap do.; Infant's Caps; French-worked Caps
and Collars; fancy Beltings; rich embordercd
Sattin do.; English and American Straw Bon
nets; Colld. Tissue, and Tuscan do.) Misses
Straw and Tuscan Bonnets; Palm-leaf Hat,
of every quality; Victoria, French Kid, and
Morocco Slippers, Sec. See.
ALSO A new assortment of HARDWARE, embrac
ing some eacellent CUTLERY, &c; GROCERIES,
QUEEN'SW ARE, and almost every thing in the mercan
tile line; all of which their friends and the public are re
spectfully solicited to call, examine, and try their articles
by purchasing whatever the 111 w-ot.
Richmond, Fourth mo. 2?lh, ld3'J. 16-tf
und the counties further East, move in this mat- line. Ceinj agents for tho largest manufacturers in Virgin-
ler. N iO will be represented, for which purpose in and Kentucky, wholesale merchants will find it greatly
j a meeting of citizens should be called without
la!. He briefly gnve his views on the leading 1 -s & liarnleo cf freedom, if the office-ho
pou not I solicits lhat now divide tho American . ,
people, and siuisfactorillv showed) himself to be ! 1,1 the deril government are permitted, no
h tirm ana uncompromising whig. Mr
4tlso showed plainly bow the Cumberland Road j
appropriation was lost, lie said lhat Isoon in
formed him early in the session, that it was the
intention of ihe administration members to defeat
the bill, nnd then charge it to tho want of Van
Buren members from tho states through which
the road passes to tho want of members that
would have influence with the powers that be.
This assertion of BoonTs, taken in conncctiou
with the article which we copied from the Mich
igan City Gazette a few weeks since, leave no
aoubt on our mind that the defeat of the appro
priation was a preconcerted movement and
had, for its object the defeat of the whig candid
ates for Congress in this state. Are the people
of Indiana prepared to thus tamely submit to the
will of a corrupt nnd despotic administration, and
surrender up their rights as freemen? Must
tbey be punished because they will not sing
pea n to the idol of modern Democracy? And
will they now, for a pitiful sum, renounce their
long cherished opinions, and forswear their heav
en derived political principles? The first Mon
day in August win answer these questions. la.
not on- 1
Ilerrod j ly to wield their official influence in elections, but
to control tho political presses of the country?
I delav. The matter is deeply important, and
i sbouM not be delavcd. Wabash Courier.
We regret to see the name of Gen. Jonathan
M'Carty, announced in the last Connersville
Watchman ns a candidate for Congress in the 5th
District. Messrs. Rty and Rariden have here
tofore been announced; and it is in contempla
tion to hold a convention to decide upon the can
didate of the Whigs. It is said and believed that
Gen. M'Carty will not submit to the voice of the
people expressed through a convention; which
will, at least, greatly endanger tne election 01 a
Whitv. Although ihe Fifth is the most decidedly
1 Whig District in the state, it is no enough so
'for two Whig candidates to run with impunity.
At the last Presidential election Gen. Harrison
Where is the freedom of the press to be found a- received 7,273 votes, and Van Buren 4,119. One
mong those editors who receive as a recompense
for their servility and slavish degredation, the fa
vors of the Executive and the corrupt partisans
that control him? The post office department of
itself is thc most potent engine in the hands of
half of the Whig vote is 3,636, about 500 less
than the Van Buren vote.
If Gen. M'Carty will not submit his claims
to a convention, he cannot be elected; and the
success of either Mr. Rariden or Mr. Ray, will
be placed in imminent danger. We hope
to thai.- interest to give us a call before purchasing. We
pledge ourselves to sell at the lowest prices, and on the most
accommodating terms. Our present stock consists of
330 kegs No 1 6 twist, various brands;
lUOdo "26 do and half pounds;
2'JII boxes " 1 Kentucky Cavendish ;
5d do 1 12 plug 'Honey Dew;' brands.
150 do 1 Virginia Cavendish Honey Dew, various
10,000 lbs. old Kentucky Leaf, superior article.
250.000 American Segars, various qualities;
lOO.i'OO half Spanish do;
1,000 boxes Melee do;
Brourn, Light Brown, Yellow, Cuba, Havana, Principe,
Trabuco, Regalia, and other kinds of Spanish Segars.
Spanish Tobacco. 30 bales Cuba Tobacco.
Snuffs. Rose scented, Maecoboy, Rappee, Scotch,
Frw.cl, and Dutch Snuff's, in barrels, kegs, jars and bladders.
Fine cot Chewing and Smoking Tobacco
75 boxes ass'd siies i. kinds Chewing &. Smoking Tobacco ;
50 bbla. loose Smoking Tobacco.
Together with German white and stone Pipes, Tobacco
and Snuff Boxes, Segar I't;hter, Tobacco Knive, Fancy
1 ipes, Jcc. ic. W I 1 ntltS V UAKrbi 1 bn,
No. 48, Main street, between Columba and
Lower Market sts., CiMciaATi, Ohio.
Slay 11, 1833. Gar. 18-20
Mouse acid Sign Painting,
TTHE subscriber respectfully informs the citizens of Ricb
mond and vicinity, that he has located himself in thia
place, and that he designs following the above business in
! all its various branrhes. From his experience in sign and
i fancy painting, and bis care and attention to house painting
in general, he hopes to receive a share 01 public patronage.
He has also, a choice selection of Paints, Window Glass,
Sec. which he will sell low lor cash. Jobs from a distance
will be thankfully received and attended to with prompt
ness. JOHN C. WOLFE.
May 4th, 1339. 17tf
the party in power to impose upon the public our friends in that District, than whom Whigs
CANDIDATES FOR CONGRESS.
Wh'g. V. B.
1st Dis., George II. ProfSt, James Lockhart,
2d do John Ewingr jolln w. lUvis,
3d do Wm. Graham, John Carr,'
4th do George II. Dunn, Thomas Smith,
5ib do James Rariden, .v..
Martin M. Ray, w!sori Thompson,
oin do William Ilerrod, Wm. W. Wick
7th do Thomas J. Evans, T. A. Howard.
mind; yet what would be able to withstand the
press and the mail facilities combined? All the
united efforts of the Whigs, could not breakdown
such a barricado to the free dissimination of truth
and correct principles.
We wish for the honor of our fraternity, the
editorial corps, that Mr. Elliott may feel his de
graded position, and announce himself as rotated
out of office by the office-holders, and that he is
superseded by the "secret agent of the Kitchen
Cabinet in Washington. WTe have no doubt but
lhat Mr. Borden will soon tread in the '-footsteps
of his illustrious predecessors' one having ab
squatulated to parts unknown, and at a time, it is
said when the sheriff was asleep; and the other
about ready to slope for salt river!
"When knaves come to preferment, they rise as
Gallows are rais'd in the low countries, one
Upon another's shoulders." Wehsler's TiTiile DeriL
of a more unnincnmrr nature cannot be lound in
the state, will merge all personal partialities in
an ardent desire to promote the cause of true
democracy and republicanism, and the conse
quent happiness and prosperity of the country.
f riHK undersigned has liken out letters of Admiaistra
JL tion on the instate of Judith Lewis, deceased. AH
persons indebted to the aaid estate are heresy requested to
make immediate payment; and all tbot having claim -gainst
the said estate, to present tnom legally authenticated,
within the time prescribed by law. The estate is supposed
to be solvent.
BARBARA ANN LEWIS.
Richmond, April 25lh, 1839. 16-3t
THE subscriber for Slock in tha Richmond and Brook
villa Canal, are hereby notified that tha following
Commissioners, viz: Achiile Williams, Benjamin Ful
ghuin, W. M. Leeds, Smith Hunt, Jno. Rider, Jama Os
born, James L. Andrew, and Abner M'Carty, are fully au
thorized to receive the first payment of Five Dollar aa
eaen (hare subscribed, which said first payment must be
made to the commissioner within 30 day after the closing
nf 1 h. tiihtpnnf iaii hwlr ..r.a.Kl. A fllm ..MliiAM
FROM the subscriber about three weeks since, a red and which the tubseriplion. were made, and the said 30 days
white COW; .he 1 .about seven year old, ha a good will expire on tns 23.1 of this month May 1 and the
deal of white on her belly, leg and forhead, and carries pmymeot cannot e delayed longer than till lhat time. Sob
her head very low when she walks; went away at the same j acribra will be expected to call and make their payment,
time a red and white yearling heifer. It is .imposed they j w thoM ofth. abo,e naroed con)n,;ui(IMn wba Mor
went north from Richmond. Any person giv.ng informa- near th. pia.. wb. vh. wr, op0n0t oa WBjcb th.
tion so that they may be found shall be .u.tably compen.a- ent.r,d theit .ubacriptions. Those who subscribed ort the
ed. J J 1 1 crtASt,. hnl.ki,t..J ,i Rhni ni a tv :n... n
I 1 - , j -- - , - - j
min Fulhum or W. M. Leeds, one of whom will be read r
j at A. William' shop on Main street, at all time between
payment from subscribers and receipt to them tnr the same,
those who subscribed on th bonk opened at Abingtoa
Richmond, May 4, 1839.
IS requested to the following FACTS: that the under-!
signed has disposed of his sIIOE STORE in Richmond, j
and now modettly requests those in arrears to come forward
ELECTION OF DIRECTORS
Of the Richmond and BrookrUle Canal Company.
THE subscribers of the Stock in said Canal, will pleas
take notice that an election will be held at Richmond
Wayne eo. on the 15th day of June next, at 10 o'clock,
a . m ., for the purpose of electing seven director for said
company. And subscriber voting a proxy will be required
to present written authority from the person for whom he
may claim to ote. By order of the commissioners.
W. M. LEEDS, Secretary.
Fifth mo. 4th, 1333. Amer. copy. 17 "t.
k T.T-nrAni inrtiihtar! Ia tha lata Arm ArTia 1. W..J
and fettle, (without ano.her DUN,) before the 1st cf Jaly i A ar. hereby notified, that unlee the several cl.im.
Richmond, May 11th, 1S33.
E. P. COALE.
Jef. copy 1 3 :2m.
BY Walter Lejg, of Wayne township, Wayne eoanty,
Indiana, an estray cray MARE; supposed to be five
vear old, about 154 hands high, one glass eye, the right
MR. AMOS KENDALL. His connections Stated j sids f her nose white, some saddle marks, shod before, and
j a j 1 itii a i uuiici , iuM uiimi 111 31 ae ui uiauu) pr 1 1
A Mean Man. You are so mean' said a fa
kmis fellow to his opponent, "that your own shad
ow WOnH fi.llnuf w
We feel it to be our duty to notice some sapient
'Snarks in the last number of the JefTersouiao,
in relation to this national thoroughfare. Tho
Federalist who tmroorts to conduct that prit es-
in the following list, I know, from accurate in
formation, have been in tha enjoyment -f the sal
aries affixed to their names nearly ever since he
has been in ihe Post Office Department. Two or
three others, 1 am informed, have been appointed
to office since; but I am not able confidently to
state them. Anwnj them, however, are to be
reckoned every degree of consanguinity and af- 1
finity. After his inflated SELF, he has father-in-law,
brothers, brothers-in-law, nephews, and of
cousins God knows how many.
Amos Kendall, Postmaster General 6,000
A. Kvle, sen. (his father-in-law,) 1,200
A. Kyle, jun. (his brother-in-law,) 1,200
Samuel Kendall, jun. (his nephew,) 1,400
Kendall, (anotber nephew,) 1,200
George M. Kendall, (his brother,) 1,000
It is worthy of remark, by the bye. that Mr.
Kendall seems to entertain a particular preference
that his family shall engross the delicate trust of
opening "dead letters," in which office he has
placed several of tb$m. Dr. Mavo't Litters.
and appraised to sixt dollar by Robert Hill and Jacob
Sanders. A true copy from my estray book.
WILLIAM COX. J. P.
May 11, 1539. IS :3t
doe to the said firm are settled, either by cash or note, on or
1 before the firt day of June next, they will be left in tha
bands of proper omcers for collection. This coarse i indis
pensable, and w ill positively be pursued. It is therefore
hoped that the accounts will be speedily closed in a laee dis
agreeable manner. DANIEL WARD.
By virtue of a dec re of tha Wayne Circuit Court, I will
expoee at public sals at the Court Hoose door ia th tow a
of Centreville. Wayne county, Indiana, on Saturday th
lth day of May next, between the boars of 10 o'clock a.
m. and 4 o'clock p. m on aid dav. th iollowirur real
a iwiivktd tad-.: vtiTirv v-.:- 1 1
rivers .ht h.MWrihrh..t.k.nnn.r.h. W.v- tate : to w,t, the undivided third part of fractional sec
Vrooote Court, Letter of Adminmration on tha etata ot i tion 24; .'S 2 east, in (aid comity; and
John T. Grav. late of Wavne county, dec. All three in- Part .of .ons 2 and 11, townah,? 16, range 14
debted to said estate, are requested to come forward and
make payment immediately; and those banns claim
against said estate, are hereby notified to present them, le
gally authenticated for settlement, within one year from this
time. The relate is supposed to be solvent.
THOS. GRAY, Administrator.
Boon, May 8th, 1339. 18: 3w
TEIE sabecriber will offer for sale, in tha town of Boston,
Wayne county, Indiana, oa Saturday, the 1st day of
June next, all the personal property belonging to tha estate
of Jnhn T Grar, lata of said enuary. dee., eonaietins; of
onaoay MARE. HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN FUR
NITURE, dec. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, a. m-, oa
said day, when the term of sale will be made known, and
i dea attendance ?rren, by THOS. GRAY, Adsn'r.
Biet-n. Mit ?tb, 1539. 19 :3w
will pay lo Smith Hunt those who rjbecribed at Browns
villa will pay to Jno. Riderthose at Dunlanavill to Ja.
Orsbone those at Fairfield to Jae. L. Aadrew, and those
at Brookville to Abner M'Carty. Th election (br the di
rector is ordered by the commissioner to be held at Rich
mond, on the 15th day of J una next, 1839 at 10 o'clock,
a. m. on (aid day. By order of th commissioner,
W. M. LEEDS, Secretary.
May 4th. 1839. 17-3t
NEW AND FRESH QOODS.
FROM the East, a supply-of MCW AXD FRESH
GOODS selected with rare and adapted to th eall
of the community and the eaon; comprising Fancy,
foreign, aaa iJomestie
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
Crockery, dec. fxc.
Q7Tha subscriber acknowledges hi sliare of patronage
received from live public, and reepectfuliy soixcits a cnotiao
ance of the sem j to deeerre which, no efforU shall bo
wanting on bis part.
If. B. Feodcce cf bSI kind takes Li atchaag ht
GOODS. JOHN WILLIAMSON,
A". E. Corner of Main and ft out street.
RicMMoiiD, 4th mo. 37th, 1639. lCkf
east, bounded a follows: to wit, beginning at tne south
east corner of said fractional section 24, and running
thence north 71 po'es and 21 link, thence weat 213 poles
and 22 link to the west Una of aaid fractional eeetion 2,
thence south 71 poles and 21 links, thence east 213 pole and
Zi linn to trre place 01 Deginning, containing about en
hundred acres- And also, on undivided third of another
part of said fractional section 1 1, and bounded as follow;
to wit, beginning at th onth-wrt corner of aaid fractional
section 1 1 and running thence north to Joseph Rich's cor
ner oa tha west line of said last mimed fraction, thane e
east to the old boundary line also said Rich' corner, thence
southward with aaid old boundary line to the aoutb-oaat
corner of said fractional section 11, thence wast to tha
place of beginning, containing six or seven acres. Sold to
satisfy a decree in tha Wayne Circoit Court ia favor of
David H- Bulla aza-mst Joliaa Cox.
T. G. NOBLE, Sri'ff. W. C.
I APn! 2Srb, 1339. 16-ts.
THE Summer Term of thia imtirutioo, wirl commaneo
on -Monday, tha 7th day of May eexr, ia (hi brrrk
building upon th public aqitara. Th aubacxlbet hopes, ty
uaaiTioad attention to an committal tonsa ear), to tender
general satisfaction in any braacbe waich may ka eVairac!.
The great object win be, not marc! to make laarnrd Kmo
lars, but to lay (ha foundation lor practical and ful litrnt
ann, tor tie attainment cf tat aad, thaa eottr will & psjsw
sued with th individoal, which may ywpam kaa cbc-w
aapacUny for tha department of lift for which h as ay bt
designed. No iodividaal take for lea (aaa ao Caar,
anteaa parucuiax reason are raoderad. fjrTcaiM asf
Tcmo aa follows; Reading-, Writing, aesd AritbenaUc,
(per session) J6,00; Eufltek GasMU(, tuad Geographry
$8,00; Mental, Moral, aad Natural PbiVoeopoy, Cbamiasry
Botany, aad Aatroaomy, $10.00 ; Algebra, aad tao bift
braacoaa of Mathamatrcs, with tha angjentlassgiagaa.
fvr Itatian to be feac f the eTpir m mf torn matUr.
Ritiraw?. Aw;i3?th,!B39. l-ry