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   Buckeye Sentinel (Newspaper) - March 4, 1845, Elyria, Ohio                        T Ihe Moil Daniel Sturgeon U. S. Senator UI, ihu tarsi bal'ut. RtvERDT JOHNSON of Baltimore has been greed opo-i Uy Ihe Whig of the Maryland Lewis's'urn fo; the U. S Senator six years iron, the 4th of Starch uexl, ind will of course chosen. Hon. P. cted U. S Sen- ior, by the of Massachusells, on the 13th insi, VCH Mr. Chuute who peremp. terily declined a re-election. A niimbtr ofthe patriots who were trans- ported to South Wales, lately arrived we imglu New York, by the packet ship S'wuzer- Iftnd. The Kentucky House of Representatives his refused, by a vote 52 to 40, to disturb tbe measure in us wail cibj.-vliuiiuble fva PENNSYLVANIA. financial Smie of Old KPJ Stone'' ii impronng, and I here it some r-n- too to hope that >he will lierPal'lrr --bi-ubl- to pay llie imeretl on her public dtbt, with all her other of every dci-crtp lion, and ultimately redeem her honor. The in messagf- strongly nny mndification of Ihe exiting Revfti ue Ilia rcmaiks on ihe Tariff art and ouch aa might emanate from ihe Governor of a e in the condition nf Pennylvania. NEW YORK. The Legislature ofilns stale is now in We have not lime to give. Gov meirage Ihnt notice which it mct- iu, thi. week, but hereafter furnish all is coi.find at Lexington by T dwoVs.- of tne menage with a stalislical of lhe which rendirs it quite uncer. UCKEYE SENTINEL. Hurrah Hurrah i Hurrah THE OLD SHINGLE WEAVER IS ON HAND And ready to accommodate all who may call FOR SUING LE SHI THK Fiitiricrili, r can assure his old friends and u hers, who may want this article, that he hus s-pared no pains in fitting up an new mnchnie, ami with the experience ol five yours constant emp oym-nt in thu bu- sinesH, and having made in tliat time Thirteen Hundred Thousand ShinorVg, does not pretend to say that he can bent nny one, but would (irmly gay that hfrCANT'BKBKAT! Timber can be cut fur half, if wanted, or ho i ho law of 1 prohibiting ihVimporlatto'ri' cutting. He will keep of Slaves. on hand a suppiv of the First-rale ar- compandor the finuncul condition or ihe lai" he will ever so far r.'gum hi? late. SUMMARY. Mrs. Madison, Mr. Drom- gool.-, offers In ihp iiniion Ihu tni-ccl Innci.us p.ipt- rs tin- correspondence of her illustrious husband. Tl ev n.. douht lorm a very important and inter- and ji.r'the resting body of nintt-nuls for our ofllor Hepresentativ teal aod civil hiaiorv. i at th- City _ INDIAXA.-SURPLUS Senate of Ini'iana htno title. AH kinds of Produce taken LT'i enevv Envoy from Texas' change. .Now then, go jnd buy for one dollar p.-r thousand your half-made Shingles of you, half T led weavers, ttu n trv mine, ind 1 am confident th.lt von will be sick of Ihe One.dolhir Slnnd? aver. Klyna, J.in. 2-1, 18 15 nJl'f health as lo he able to proceed lo .t lon. to discharjra liiy official duties. The Hon. RotforM. Sherman, L L. D died on Mondiiy, the 30lli oil, at ocie itVtock TIlU voted aeiiinst at Ins residence in Fairfitld, in thi 72d yenr ofhisjge. Hon JOSEPH L a promi. nent and Injjhly honored cu Z n of Provi- last was d 'y Hotel, Providence, on Morning SOtu n't. The L ei r, vici-Mr Itavanl whose term rxpirea Sheriff's Sale. Edward F. Munson} IN obedience to tt. Nathan and Chatmeey Kmmins. ihu ccmni.ind of n writ of fi -ri faci :ts, issued o'it of ihe Court of com- mon Pleas within iind for llie county of Lorain, and State of Ohio, (oino direc- tid nnd delivered, I Imvo levied up ,n mil .11 expose urid nff-r for s.ile at 'iiblic venduo at ihe d ior of the C ,urt House in the town of El) rn, eountv und Stiite aforeiaid, on the Seventh datf of February, eighteen bun.In d anil b the hours of ten o'clock in ibo forenoon nnd four o'clock in ihu ufierrioon of said dnv, the following chnit I pr.ipirlv, to wil One   i'lninp Harvpy, now a bap- I'st iirnnelinr in Uma, A'. Y is 109 years COJfGJJl'S plnre for ohl and tin- Hr-t G.-vern- the pcoji'i Chaiks G. o. the ness conlinu d, it the old Mind, over Iho stjre of H.ildwm Co. by M. W. POND. Float Bridge at Chariest, n. sr.ALP.D PROPOSALS hmldim- I'loat jcros. B'l. k i Jt I iilni nU mil n, vi -bar) .ipiHiridi.nu w ill till -di} Ihe iiMliil. at n'lh, house ul C 1'v.Mil List of Letters Joniillnn Riifm Bnish Philip B-a! i v A. U.icnn (Mi, Chin, hill Thorn.ij Ciilhei Tosrpli f onmioc -I.ucib II. 2 Klhotl (iodl'n-y Fnwl John [.uri Til. licr or U. M Ci.rni'iK Clu'slci Gnuld Jolin G Gi int Gi n xa.ius r. Jiiniis H.Hi-hiaDn TheolmldK.Hli I iczekiih K.-laf-v Alei.imler Lnld MriSuruh MuHon Miclu, I Jiui.-s ,M Mam It PHI son R It K.lvv.ird (Villon U .Sherwood ''humas bhanks Jolin .Siiitorl Sualdin.? -fl Barnpy2 Mws Riirhngham RKMAlNGni the-PoitOBir-eal Elyria, Ohio, will and test.unnnt of Divid (Jonp.-r, Lit' on iho day of Dccumhor, 1S41 of (he county of Lomin, deoea.-ed, Ii -re Dmiel Axii'll JunesAllen by givi a notice, Ih.U at the I'Vbru.irv G1T. lho of said county of Lor.nn, A. one sand eight hundred and foitv-four, h. filed his petition in s.iul Court, se ting f.irth that thu person.il nwtu of sii.l est.ito are iusuflieii fit to pay the debU due Iroin said the s.iid D.i- vid Ci'oper died seized ,md posse'-sed, in fee simple., of the following described hud, Ail thai par! of fifty iicres of land in Tract numbei one, in the of Troy, in saiJciunly. ;it the i rjilbwest corner of land on vvhii'h Nichol.ts Fa-t livid on the I7ih of October. A. one thoiisint eight bundled J lliirly-live1, ant! run. souib one hundred and ten inds lo extend e.ist f.ir enough to conl.iin ucres the tioitli and l.n s of equ.il width, exeeplmjr f.iur iv res of l.md convey, d by D .vid in his hfotnne, to Corlius P.I rk. r, and v. Inch is d'-sctibed as folluvva nil that reritiiii piece or (met of land situ.it in the c .un- ty of Lur.nn, in ihe township of Troy, nt the noil heist corner of liLAll PARK, Kxe.cut.r-if I, Knniee R. Khus R, Cli.isu Mm M jry Clidinpney Sm in K 10 Tnnnon Perry FIUIKIK funk TliLtili ild Granliy or Aii'im Duly J tmeq S G ray "BIO In liillUasI at the O I, D V O It T K K S S Cli umci y (Jrcen Q.IIHICV A Gillirmn Mrd Saminlhi Udwley Tho mis Uuioarcu 1 1 llichniond LI Kni Wm Lewis Ml Morgan iknko Mrs John Pn-kf.ird .As P.'inb.'r Ffcaiv DrTCKtnvf-J R P Spr-ncerS ht H.-ILII Aaron Whitnev G. Elyria, Jan 1 Itheiiina Slorrow D i'.'id Cooper's l.md thence sixteen rods vveS' thence forly roils south thence ii.xtcort rods cadi thence north to the pi ico of said D.ivid hooper, bv his lasl will Mtid testa- KENDALL CO. J me Slalor Simiiel.Stocking Spcrrv Willis Terrill 2 Lu.-ius 13 VVilsotl M.iri.ih WaldrulT. M CHAPMAN, p. M. 1845. Sheriff's Sale. L. D. ment, which lins been [irovel find or- ved to the ivoild that KENDALL regiiluled ihe prires Of (ion.K, nnd ke t lhem down to a lowerpo.nl in than "I any oUie place Hir or near ar-md them theieby cnn i ing ihr. to a crc.it saxiiym their to koep of debt nnd keep cie ir of "bomb dererl lo rrc-nd in -uid Couit, ntvised i ohenft's hammer, or a trip to the -toinl .11 In tfie m, an numcious i.-icd, Mor.es circu'afi', sland anil a e Juitr nf Cow. RHODE ISLAND U. S. SENATOR The Rhode d Leyisl.ilme, fUc'od G. U S Scti the Jth f SUCCCM! Hon. IV F term then cxpnes. Clete. Her r: C. or for r- h tn h n miration is o-i the -i-iiii.ci nf Th nni-i B iniird, r R.nii H i.jriii in Hie vv ,1 s II, 11 on .Mid .am" HI .iv Hi SI. inch C -trr..., Inr Hie ilou, i, vviiii in ori-i .-I, r, Th- r d nm, ttc-n 11 ipp'ii.r a ,.f evt-iy I (iloves, I (CS-iti-in niber call With It s if 1 The Riif Hat, rljors wst Kendall Cu't Sfnrr. A. CONGAK. F. yna, Jan. 1, 1S43. aarlolli.r inl.iriii.iiin'i 1" Wm- ll I rt Charlist )n, Jj BALDWIN. C, Ihl5. WM. p. A; S. S. EMWFJWON'. IN obeilu'iieu (o ih" comnuind of writ 1 of fieri fiiei.is, H out of ilm Court of eommon uiliimund fi.r Ibe conn- tv of LTIIIUH, and of Ohio, to me n'L C '1 diieel.d and d. livcied. 1 have levi .1 upon and ,11 expose .111 I offer lor s. le j at pnhlie leiidue .it the resid, rice of S. I S Enitner ilflv perhaps a pin'I ox or nn s cos I, in r touvnice people that otin'S C' u il tO KO Biown- Administrator's Sale. ON I he lu e.ii ninth d J mini A D.. IK! luinilnd JI I'M' J (n, b u- cen the IIOUM U, S. SENATOR lion F.nrfitld, eho.en. h. the iiure Main t.n day last, United Sen ilor I'.r years from ihe of Msurli next. Th> vole stood, in the S, nalc. uhi.'e i her i6, F.iirfieid. W. P. F s. psndt-n. 8. In the lions., nu-n htr, 137; John Fairfield. 87; P Ftss. 49; Chris S. Dmes. 1. The NatJoral Inti is qmt- inp Col. ei in tn G'I.IM- in fmn or ar.nts tion Is rom- ing to or nu.n ovpf to Ihe Inteih-eiirBr .VasApjAV (TtriK Union. (Loco.) A-st-MpTnrv THK D RT TK -I M'. C J .1 n fur ,f ..t cl h- ill.- S I >r lir-i. .fih PtTies Jo.' as. deni.s ll. 'M'IOII II u 'i 1 Hint -in ih V i f.mi ri.t- .i the elect ofT.-x- i' he is ppos. t'erto ihe A-ai.onnl Vmdie'r, pup r, e, we 'tit a r.irlh, r r.T v w f >c ,i h i-, of n r.> i'ii nr nu i KiidtiHin of Fun! C mm >r V i ,r i i d i ti'i 'lie Wlllillllt Tii n 1 h> !rv Klv n ul ten 'ilr o'e'ock it MM- do r mil.hip nf tj ill d TH op ABMtCROMDIK I'hl! C( d v-i, (i m (..In a wcik-j an niiMiiiu d n-r J-i ut I I': th 1 us l .Tin- i- '.in f 'Ii i ;u, I ul E lh ,1 f'C i I. w i rl l th, Miml. was nt nt-ilivcs o sh -pe of K, sn'uiionR. a d, d of 46 t ol R pie d rcre'iilv. in jiD'1 n proved 18. or run Sr-.Tc-r f-r? a cr i-icp e( f i-s f Com 19! I it rl wh re- ns in Seal I nil, the w'lol-- loss -.iisi hv Ihe public from hnnk failure's, f.-r a century and a hn'f. arnounled to OOO; the to fhe public, during" ihe previous in Lon-l >n was Hmifed at ten timf s :hat am tsood. It is petim-l.-flthnt in Grf it Bn't.iin alone 600 dfinknr.'s die we. klv. or TUP A Convi ntio.'i of ll'e ppoplp of Wa'S'i- distinction of tiartv. so as tlif-v lire opp, scd An- iev. 18 h vn The liber, i I.H t The P, I" tl, vv'ne n: h v.' i ni .r r '1 I" os i frnoi b l'i' tl thirsiv Mi I'sC.'un to ..s ,i m.itt'-r valence Journal c r" 1.1' (I r, c D r, kl IJ ill It 1. SJ55 i 1. IS. U nunij ti In I in e will, I, cu ml Jae. i. of SJn Ot'vvl, i h tin 'onn-d t i si Gpre, ritint .1 1 00 O 111 f ill Sunon bun. part of thir i- M or-. be r. if of llie onrniiti e on 'he petition far ihe n ..fTbonsas W I) ,rr reported v bv l.i'l. hbernrruisr In u upon kins fh nntli of .ill.-cniiPi. to .ile. bill vv m ,j .ri'v- ttrry Dnrrile but th- i I i rg lu- in HUUS? unrl threz in the Sen tie voting agHinst it! Cu who liav.- b e! in ih.. A'jenne cm !tv which k cps Tb.inns W. in sliite h ivejiubli-ln d such moving .-i, p-list Iho of tlie t such and c ,rde lion and th" pub'ic ci-'-dniity fir >f "lo tr. hive r.; .1 'ben- .igunst n'lth iris'nj the vic-uin of ill i Ins to b; re- lea-.-d up ni inking the very nth which nexationof he held in Fun- l "k whun he entered the PUI! Hnll, on 'A'ednp'scl.-iv. the 19'h for the pnrdo.'e of deliheruting the ct. nnd of adiiplinp such mr-ncon-s imv be diierned expedient. Cleve. n ral Tn >li 7 30 To ind v .1- on in -rt- ijre i-eruriu dt 7 p- r o. inttna't 37 To ind viii'u i Is on ner- s. canty ut 7 nt in'i st COll 00 T'I n-n'i iio.v 700 62 Tl in in, n- i-nil i u eh ol jiidjftnentg, liraf'o i Brn.v ur.r'ni Ku-'-ia Un! vil'ir I I "fi -I Ainh.rstl.'Jl'bO-' i Avon Bnyliion 130- Ealou 2S4 roltnnh a KOI hes- Hiintiiicrion rar'iM.-970; KU ri, Cain.len 2 0 P.llrfi 29S S-'u livan HI nn. Ha l.o'L'O- Grunr- Tn-v '22V- lilk The amount of said Fund due and not m suit, :s T'I.' in, oui" nf Paul fund fiir tdg v ar endmcf Jan. I, 18-15, is The inicre--t on cour.lv bonds 4 al six p, r cent Sldue being 12 at 7 per cent Si, o which mny be nd led value ol interest nccriix ing prior to Jin 1, '4-1, winch wns not led at that time for mum and .il'. ri n n uf s nd i'a (J uri II Co L 1 II! Cl.Uol Ohio -i .u t u VI r, s ih. pi-, i as .1, 10 vv it V i i liorii -ioi tli i' lit' -.1 v IOI) j ,n Piti-iH ,1 su-( be ol ih u '1't nn> i f ilc, i i h ,nd. and the- i m r m I annu ,1 j> in, Ms ir "ii th d vv it ,1'inu.il i-.t r st. I! S 111 ,n U lute nub d, c'd. 2o, 1944. u. in the township helm, in s nd rouotv, on (lie Thirty-first day of January, eighteen hundred fortv five, between ter, look in the foienoon iir-d Ion in the afternoon (I lh" follow ing ob wit One H. FAXON, Sheriff. 1 s ollire, i Elv 11.1 J in 21, I i 20 to his wife, Po'ly Coop r, in lieu dower, ten of land in a form, in the norlhuebt corner nf ihe I mil 'first above described, .mil the s-nd f i widow of .s.iul d.-ceisod David sell Goods cheaper limn thev; h'i iis Conjier, hiscl-cted to Like the land j puipnac. Cverv bo.ly t! at  'ber from Lancaster, 1 ave f-pent al. si.ln g in fitid Tioy, :ind Small K most ,-utire season at ihe and tl.ev Huron county, John M iban. u- Lor un c untv, Polly .idiny; and Tuttte, wife of T.itlle, resnli'i.r propi t 'in Sit ubcn county. In Ii ma, and cln'.'r. n ,nd heirs of Matthew C mp-r, I vv h i.-p n iim-.s. ant1 u nnl'i r ir.j j kno'.v n lo v our IM t'ti >u. r, u in tin- j Slat.- of Ni w and lh l 'said vvul vv a-id h> irs niav b- mu J fend.mis l' sin! peiitio'i irid that a lots tor less. are now red nml openinij; a 'ai ge ib.r.l Sier1., purchased at thc( very c'oae of ihe Muket. "j Yu'dsmorerf -I [ipeni'd.mcliidii'ir v, me eiitire neiv sivhs. {fuiiii; fr.ini 25 cenis pr.mc PRINTS for a bin and Shcrifs DAVID Fosn.it j In v CL IN ob di nee the con-m ind of writ of fi ri IdPi.is, nut C'.iu inon Pi, ag nnst them. ulliL'i vv io" notitinl i ul''.he- p. n lingof s.ud petition, that ilipoei ii ilu-v in iv b" ALL LIN EX 1 _ CHICKS for the La-Vs, on y v one slullms. 10 pieces new slvl, ni iv h I 'i j beautiful patterns. S pieces htu'v, low ;-n- "'.'.v b to onsiv, r nl and CCi, CIOTHS, at burfiuiri and Vo u nl ol i and tli I C u 111. I lo i t Adin'r 5g3 -7 Notice. T my ineunc nu attnclmv-.f was th.s av issued by A ausoii Gilmore, a jus- lice of fit- P, it- o'f IS nek K r j l.orain eountv, net tne p-opt rtv, nn.l j ifi'ctx ol JMillc Uubi-rts iion ef said eountv. T 13 SMiT Die. 1841 Master Commissioners Sale. John T. Hudson, J vs. Pember j IN obedience to the coi.iinand of a decretal order of sale, issued out of the LO'irt of! common plea's, within and for t'i county of Lnmin and stair of Ohio, 'o me direct. ,1 and delivered, i have levied on and -lull so fur sale at public auction, at door of'il c court house, in the IOATI ot Elyria in said county on the fuurlh day of Febuarj A D eighteen hundred and forty hours of ten o'clock A, M. ant four o'- clock I'. M. of said day, this foiiuwing dos tcribed lands mid tenements to v, it. "Situate in Ihe township of Carlisle, county of am and Stale of Ohio, and bounJtd as fol ol and tor '1 L .1 nd of 1 fi. -J ,ind ,1, hvered, I hive I H lor it publie vet due at the ol 1) iv ,1 Tost i i. in the town-hip rn.eouutv felnie ml, the 1 day of J-imiary, the hours of ten o'clock 111 'I' i in u nnd fnir o'clock 111 the i r.'iiioo-iol s id d, v.tlu lo'lovving cli.it> I t.i pioperty, to One n d cow. one h. i ter, tun SH ifo, rifle, and about ton of luv PI the bam. JOI1.NJI. FAXOX, Shonir. SlienfT's ofllc Ely nn, Jan. 21, J813. I j Mnifiilur the premises, nnd th.it sa.d Pe- mistake. lilinii. r mny be authoiized lo be1! said real est ilo lor the urposo 'if p ing tiie d btb of -i.ncl under suen regnla- So they g lions .is aie lov id, d bv hvv. 11 KM AN B IRC SI, n27 6vv Ati'v for Petitioner. fo More oflh ise ppN-'iJiJ (3 for a flulling) nett Xight C.ips. P.a'rs U 5! I T T S rlieapor tlian fi.ur 15500 yards Conon Sheriff's Sale. IN ob.dun.e to the rommnni's of a vviii of Fieri Faei 11, issu> d out of (lu- ll Pleas, within and for nd of Ohio. Notice in Chancery. NOTICE i- h, n by given, that on Ihe fifieenlli day of I'Vbru.iry, one thousind hun-lred and forts four, [lez, kiah lir.juh fi'v.l m the Co ut of Common ,1'ltaiol Loi.-iiii ty, Ohio, a bill in j Chime, rv .cMinst Squares, V.lrnin. i j i-u.il ,r on the KM (1f C..II, d. j I-I-JM d, Sus in Coll, lite widow still dice.isc'l, now thr- Alfred o. O'T, Coll, Emily Coll and Lucy. I .inn h us of find d ceasi d. The C urt ol'Coinm tin' coupty of to me directed and dehvcicd, I lev. u d an ale J.uncs w mure phinly the mntivc which infl.inc, d llieir vniei. they dec'ar- Of this amount there ed In of Hi, ir lead -rs th.it did outstanding unpaid SS99I ll.m, IP the of gi.ing couritv und Suite albr.-s-i d, on the 3d d ly ut February A. 13 15, be- tween the ho'iisol lOo'i-l. ck A. M. and ___________ _MI -to'cloik P. M..of day, the follow-. lows, beginning at the centre ol thu ln- t i wit: oin coach, etale road, at the noitli east corner of a lot -T'1'1 h irses, one bug'y of land deeded to Ezra Squires, i hence west I w.igon. one yoke of oxen, three cow's I one chain unity five links, to a stake, thence 1 thr e Ji ve i r north one chain and forty five links to a'ofuvo o I stake, thence east two chains, and thirty six links to the centre of the road, thence n southerly along the cenlre cfbaid road, one iin' u chain and fifty one links to the p'ace of be- tl'" rj lend.ints ginnin.; and to contain twenty one huudreths JOilN II FAXON, i1 1 have lev- Oa, ,ownshlpi s L Sl> lor eountv, eont.iinine ono half of an u public i endue, at ihe residence of object of sucl bill is to foieelo.se a t-iin morlg'g- cuen o> s.iid Aveiy Col1, in hi-, I if lime, anil tlu-n w lie, said .VUMII Coll, alias Susan Dr.ipor, to s.nd BrooKs upon lot number twenty, in Ii! ck number two. in the vil'arre of La- acre in the last arrival, p, or at gno.l cr 7 and sp'eiidi.l at si. Now'- GROWN JiUG.VR al pri.-ri v.ell calculated to su-etten mutual feelings election. Chi-Ms Yoniiff Ily-on TE from common at IS cts. at DO, .1-5 strong as a giant and eel'i ns :l I-.K-C. Ii is it even knock? 'mm a tucked up pruin 's- mere f th.it grrrn ColKt-at 14 poun.ls lora -ipd soni, at 16 Ins AM Imi'! Who can't now Niver trnnd U.e ffinjr. ilie b owin" a- round ih ,t ,hty ran afford no n's rhe i- per than Kendall. Mmdand btfoieyiii will be for interest to mke a 'hnre in t.ieir bank, why they'll JUST pav you a dollar an hour your Tlut's, 'the talk. Kiy.a, D-c. ONE every Man ar 0.10 UioLis.tideig'it hundred anifoitv. CoUnt.V one, ,nd was given to Brooks to se. I v nn.l not the oath' required In be. in fl-aree, degrading, and that they ArtuaUr income flm.l.l t.. i J he expenses incurred u ,.t, j Herald. THE (iRon-Ttl or Dii'insr the yp ir. i 18 and 124 Hddi'i- ns; umi is.osu pirdoii feet of pa verm m were laid Thf- othi r ers-ns indicted, on the same ctm. ulation nl 39.426. Th" dilian. nnf, v (ht.v iast nf lunJdmss nl ;md smml properly al Si 209 500 one to yoke SO i of an acre more or leF3. EDWIN BYI.VGTON, Master Commissioner tn Chznceru Dec. 30th lcJ41. l Sh, nf! Offieu. Elvii i, Jan. 21, ISlo. vin C- Messenger ShciifT. iras given ID urooks to se euro lh pijii-ent of Iho sum of two bundled and dollars tin 1 fiftv cents, as follows: doll.ir.s and fifty cents in one ye ir from ihe date ofsud inoitjiiiyo, and the rem.iinder in .innu.il payments thereafter of one hun- dred dollars each, ,th the annual inter- e-t thereon as specified in certain notes of even date therewith executed bv s.iid C 'II, in Ins lifetime, and delivered (o bnv without on AT THE .NEW NTo. 2, in the Block; and for the following- irasone Thev nilcu- Ute and >poet to give more GOODS fi.i llie -aim; i.rn.Hint of c.ibb. t-r tl.e ninety days, ilan oti.er ,n Bpssmfnt in 1844. tied the value! p-r- The av- rumher buililine5; erected fro-n To A. Uurrell for publishing1 Dook and ,ny one the motive for 1340 lo 1843. was 273, Dm r to be 1, berated ISSOto 18 lo, ihe onlv P9, showin r a steady increase withmtlio 'a-" few It is computed that llie Iridc in westi-rn waters ernplovi liHndred its. with an toni'gi. of tons, navientecl hv 12 000 men, at an nnnunl expense of tw, Ivc millions of dollars, wilh to (he amount of some two hundnd milions of dollars. Thev more out of linn re he is. cn'lur-r? It IH pi nn They (lo not d fur 't.i1 innflry Uri.ih Tlionipqnn, l Master Commissioners Sale. John B Dixon i et. al. Sherifr's Sale. H. D Ci JHK, V Gir BAI PWIN, et nl. J 1M o'lediciice to tli" commands of n writ of alias ri.Ti out of the Court "f rommon Pleas within and )br tb- nouutv ofLoi.nn, nnd Sute of Ohio, lo me directed nnd sh.ilI can make To K. II. Leomrd, 25 James ISiniih IN obedience to the Command of a decretal order f 'ssuecl out ot the court of common vvnhii, and for the county of u. nvt-ren, i nave levied upon and 8li.il! I a.itl of U'no, to ma directed rxposc and offer for s-ile at public vendue at n and delivered, 1 have levied upon and bhali the re-idf nee of Giles B I'dvvin ln in s.iid bill that bum of two liundrnd l anJ "P loo, 1 Jl .in! eiglilVMino dol'a s and fifty cents, I ('-i'Uin I "n I I an I the inteiost th.Ti.oi3, has not I V..U11I1. ss proceeds uppiud ..f priucip.il und inlercst "til altervvurds ,1 T. -iiV ol JJecem- cernty iln- lo a corn-tt find .xhh! relntive to the afore- Vuburn N Y. the Ii Hit R V. A.'IOsGL'VlIK H of il Chuich, ajjed about 08 ye r o fir.i time, b'ltii w nm ill, silib.Hh ]ir hi-, rl, :i h, thai imu e" aie o'mgir uas U -i.d d that tune hn lulion w is ,ilmo-trf urlv cx-n-cted In We ,1 slale'iieni sn.d Fund. M CLARK URI Ml THOMPSON, E. Jan. 22, 1845. the re-idi-nce of'Giles Bi'dvvin, inllie towr tor sale at public at the door ship of Rochester, county and Slate or the Liiurt House, 111 the lo.vn of Eiyna, s-aid, on the 4Hi day of February, 1315, be, in baid co i.itv en thu fourth ildy of Fobm.iry tvvoen the hours of "10 o'clock m (he fore. eynteeu liuudred and forty five be> noon and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of b? Kl twc'.n the Intirs often o'clock A. M and d.iy. the followiu.r chittel property, to wi' four n clock i1. Ai. of said day, th? following One bujrsry vvairon. teniiemems to wit; JOH H, F Sheriff la ,y GROWTH OF ROCHESTER R' rh- ester Democrnt Ihnt ihrci. hundred an'l (en new have been ted in (hit city rfnrinp thr- VP.T. of r ''S1 hr SP which 'wo h-indred and twontv -fiv K "J were private POPULATION OF MISSOURI re furos nf poiiolnlifin in the ,1 co.i'i- of this St.ile h-ive nnnrlv nl' rrru-h-'d Jefferson Citv. When C'-mnl. ted. i vit. in township number tliroe, in the teeutli range of townships, in the Connects sut lieeerve, m llie state of Ohio, and county of Lorain aforesaid, and is Kuown as being a parl of lot number thirty seven m .v nee contains about one hundred and seventy aee one halt acres of land, and is bounded as, at the south west cor. Sheriff's office, Elyria, Jan. 21, 18l5 E. W. SANPORD, T A I L O K 00 _-------i ii '11' pcm-cr of th it irty years in Cnji DISSOLUTI XV. __ pHrtnership hereiofore existing the firm of Sinnott Covvlep, is iH-riT- The co ner of said lot number 37, on the township hue, between the said Wellington, and the east of K. Sf K Hall's Store, will bind Imns-ell to cahb.i.re inorp than two htirds of what is brought. i Always on hand. Jan. 17th, 18-J. township of Hunlington 111 by W. Litchfield's of Loran said county land, thence to wit on ihe thisti her, A. D. one llie tj and j "id Complainant bill tlJiig forth "Very Cull, in Ins and ai.d al the lime uf Ins mir- "..go with s.id Su-nn Cull alias DIM per, had a fomi.r who is still living, by whom h9, jn hibtime, I od an hen nain d ILuri.l Coll, ll.a: s.iid form wife his sine uitecm uri (I n man and that of Slnd former ife, lo- Ig.ther with iheirrpsideiice and that of sad U.unet Coll are unknown lo sairj L.-mplm.uju, mem nuy bemide Jnriy Des tj "-id bill iho said d'-fend- dcsciiot-d, ;ire un'css they appear anil ,-io'd, an-ftur r ,1, mur to said hill wilh- AXDIiKWS. E'yna, but one before Cbribt.nas, 1S44. 5 Casli for Furs. SCOTT will nay the h j price A SC fur all of Hatting ai d Furs. .paid forjii q.iantuy of Deer Skins, d at No. 4, Coinmcrt.al Block. Elvna, Jan., IS-13. -indisnow me ants ".I! I tl.at vc i witn'h  t t pric-e u ill b in P.AS" in CASH lor Pwk in th nor >ria, Dt.e. 16, 1844. paid enty and a l.ait acres ot land, thence tonth on said parallel line lo said town line, iheiice west on said town line to the p.'au; of beginning EDWIN' DYLNGTON. Commissioner tn Chancery Otc. SOii A Fresh supply of Grocerirs, 1VTO 1, V'unns- Mjfon '1'tatoi 5O en. per -i-1 poi'ii.f. lOlbs. Sujrar for onedol'ar, U.e same as I i-l AN FO HD A B Wg. Mi dingly. A C PENFIELD, Solicitor for Comp' 30. 1S-J4. ISI-er. ly that a pcti! on ill uted 10 the Legislature ofO'uo. now scvsiou of i! c of Amhcrst. as follows T.) seven north ticis of lots in Amherst to bo set, off into a township fo he called other nnme as mny be three soiilh tiers of 'uts in Ainhorst, together with the five ,iorth tiers of lots m Hueria lo be set off into a township to be called Am- six (there bi ing eleven tiers in 'he south tiers of lots in RUFSIH in which is indeedtd the villnpeof Ober'in.) towntlup to be Jan. 11 tb. 1845. lo be off into a Obcrlm. SOLE a pood article for sale very low al the Centre Cash Store, E HALL. No. 3. Commercial Block, Cash for Wheat. THE subscriber will pay cash quantity of good delivered VS a re bouse soon. D. P. WER'.VJN. Charleertop, -4 T   

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