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Connersville Watchman (Newspaper) - April 29, 1837, Connersville, Indiana A1>v1� 11t�ose3ie�ovts. Coati to office a a Ktuk co .1a. March 25,1837. The treasure i of Aid i county expects to go to the but Between the . And 10th. Of Mav and Wili be a additional Stock. It tor some week. All persons in the by Iancin Bank,14ichmond, eng quot of mtg orders or arc Indiana. Hereley Tutor Nice that l y presenting in books of subscription vill be of quot quot his office they can Pence on the first Day of May a Goodlander 1837, and remain open for 30 Days next ensuing 800 shares of audition al capital Stock in the Branch at Richmond of the state Bank of Indiana. The Spiares will be 50 each payable j in specie in two annual inst Hents on the 10 the of october 1837,and lot october 1838, together with a pre Sale of lots Fayetteville formerly Danville. Fayetteville is situated in Fayette county immediately on the state Road leading from Rushville to Oxford mum of $3 50, pliable on the in st and presents inducements to men of Cap instrument the object of which i Toual and Enterprise not surpassed by any make the new st0 in equal to the or Vii Latre m the state it is sur one Book will be open at the Bank i mounded Wuh population of Muci and one placed in the hands of of the following named persons Whol quot quot Thiv. T r Pioh an Enn Nence not rivalled by and is will receive subscriptions Init Over atmosphere is of Union i i healthy audits soil Rich Fayette Job Fugh olt hush alien to a proverb. J he Citi Cliatt of Wayne Isaac he Saul of Zens Are making rapid improvements of ii. Sell la i i tailor , inform 45lhe Pulitic that he has com Ipi Icci the business of taii Orin. .1 till shop Oil the Corner of Mon be i if Ila Irison streets opposing Nybarger amp o Neil s store former a occupied As a tin Simp Fli As received the latest fashions he most approved Meti Iod of Cui ing. He assures those who a it Ivor him with to iii custom tha in labour or pains will be spa Redjou a impart to Render Nis work Ever-.,a\ sat of factors. Conic Erville oct. L dts 1s36, 12.>b v. by f\0. Simple Wjk. Or Ohia ining additional subscriptions to the the third volume of a the watchman will soon be completed and it wish of tiie proprietor to publish it if age Light hair and about 5 feet 9 i runaway from Sii Sci the 13tli Day o f sept Aast Horace Lucas indented apprentice to blacksmithing . Is said boy is about la vet in future on an Imperial Sheet Hight ,.full and . Which undertaking he can Only be justified by living a sufficient patronage at the commencement. Much has also a ram Baxter who runaway on the night of the 12th inst. In dented to the same business he is about been said upon the Utility of a news 15 Sof ave lib rat hair pert county paper and much More might be said and dish faced sore shinned ill but tie editor feels satisfied that in this mannerly vulgar in language trifling at j Community nothing More is required jest and a liar withal i tii Aji to Publiski a paper that is devoid i also a Thom Ai Bowling an of the party Rancour which has hither a other apprentice to the same business itto characterised the journals of this left on the 13h inst., aged about 17 years Henry and Jesse Way of Randolplh by order a of the Board of directors. Elijaki coff cashier. Every description Worllie the dignity of a civilized and Independent people and will in a Little while have the soil in a Richmond March 28, 1837 31144 stale of Complete cultivation while mer a chants mechanics and tradesmen of cd a by Grade daily meet encouragements of quot a he most lucrative character. The for saddling ploughs quot Ille i Anni Nir Comuni unit arc Noli i i a i .1 fio that hes boor Berha Sobhand it extent while on the other a Supply of ploughs of the Peacock. I al province o some \ i 1. F i i r i Hackney and Bull Mould which he will of of the same measures fed Market for Ain sell Low for Cash. He is also prepared i polite extreme. But it will be the aim As usual of do All kinds of Blacken tithing i of the conductor of the watchman in first rate order and on to fall in with the policy of those who understood but a publication free from severity upon the feelings of those who. To 1- 1 i it hug one cent and a Chew tobacco for Inay look upon poli ucal subjects Dit go. Lerenty rom hims f. Lucas. It has been the business 01 some j 1 hereby fora Varn All. Persons from har newspapers in latter times to abuse coring said apprentices if they do they ally measures of the administrations to May calculate on Payag me their wages. Which they have been opposed Wlie-1 j. Vex Indegh t. Ther right or wrong to the greatest j , april 15, 1837 14g takes this method of in the limits of their own neighbourhood. Retton Ning his to the Public for past favors and Hopes for a continuation of the _ same. He would inform his old friends and the Public in general that the business will in future be carried on under the firm of grift is 8z, Oliphant at the old stand on Monroe Street directly opposite the store of Potter amp Dickey where there will be kept on hand a general assortment of work such As Sadd is by id is Mavy a Gaes to unus Saddle bags harness Varices amp a. Amp a. Which will be disposed of on reasonable terms. The Public May expect to get Good bargains. They Are therefore solicited to give us a Call and examine for themselves before they Purchase elsewhere. Or. Oliphant will at All times be found ready to attend to the Calls of the Public. Griffis amp Oliphant. Aprils 1837 of l44 of Lin tells remaining in the Post Obice at Connersville Indiana on the 31st Day of March 1837, which if not taken out before the 1st Day of july will be sent to the general Post office As dead i letters. Fayetteville is eight Miles from Rush Ville eight Miles from Laurel and ten from Connersville and the first places mentioned above drag out a life of ponderous weight in mire and dispute. Prosperity Harmony and peace nerves the vigorous citizens of Fayetteville and prompts them to the most assiduous attention to labor and business in the Prospect of future a Iory the subscriber respectfully invites the Public attention to the Sale of lots some Twenty or thirty in. Fayetteville together with a number of out lots on saturday the 29th, of april next the Sale will commence at 10 o clock a. M., and continue from Day to Day till the Sale is completed sundays terms will be made known on the Dav of Sale. E. B. Stone. March 25, 1837. 4tl42 look at this. Ripe subscriber living come to the con delusion to move from this place is desirous of Belling his business he therefore fore requests All those indebted to him either by note or Book account to come Forward and Settle the same As he will leave All his accounts in the hands of e. Quot Vance Esq. For collection if not attended to in due time. He is thankful for past favors and is anxious to retain the Good will of All concerned. Save trouble and oblige Hugh Worster. March 1837. 42. Administer the affairs of our government so far As he May deem them beneficial to oar country and to con terms. He also informs mechanics and others who use the article that he has a. S. _ Johns of Auger making memory in Hillje that which he Mav conceive employ who will Supply Triem with a detrimental to our common Wel Gers of All sizes both a Eccl barrelled and there Are now existing among the people local questions of vast importance originating from measures adopted by our state for the purpose of common. Orders from a distance thankfully received and Proni try filled. J. Vandegrift. Connersville March 29th, 1837.�? 142-tf. A at Forton Charles 2 Anderson Aaron Allison John b Badger Joseph Bromfield William a a a doctor 13 Daxter Alexander Beadon Stephen c Connell Lohn w.2 Johns Jonathan for k Kemp Alva. I. Lee Josiah Lyons Lewis. Lawson George Lyons peas of Loder Benjamin Loury Lewis m 1 Ivoti i. N Otice is hereby Given Liat the undersigned has taken out letters of administration on the estate of Owen my Carly deceased late of Fayette county Indiana. All persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make immediate pay intent and those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated within 12 months for settlement. The estate is believed to be solvent. Alley m Carty Admir x. March 2olh, 1837. 142 Lissol Yeit estate. He creditors of the estate of Philemon Conner late of Fayette co. Deceased Are hereby notified that the undersigned As administrator of said estate filed in the Fayette county probate court at its february term 1837, his petition praying that said estate May be settled As an insolvent estate and that inless such creditors notify the said administrator of the existence and extent of their respective claims by filing the same or a statement of the nature and Date of the contract or Assum sit upon which the same May be a it 0t103 t i quot the undersigned has this Day obtained a from the clerk of the probate court of Union county letters testamentary on the in in and testament of Mary Davis late of said county dec d. All persons indebted to the estate of said do d. Are requested to make immediate payment and those having demands against the same will present Vliem within one year duly authentic ated. The estate is solvent. Bartholomew Davis sex. Union county april 8, 1837. 145 i advancing her in Point of Prosperity and through which taxation has been greatly increased. These matters will no doubt be the themes of Many newspaper paragraphs tor the discussions of which the columns of the watchman will Ahvay be open or for any other subject that May be of interest to the Community. If sufficient patronage is obtained to warrant him in enlarging his Sheet the editor designs doing it so soon As the arrangement can be made after the expiration of the present volume which will be about the first of july . The watchman will be Deli Takei up n the first Day of this _ inst. By Tristram paddock of Centre township. Union county Indiana an est tray Bay Filley supposed to be three years old this Spring about fifteen hands High with a Large Blaze in the face dark mane and Tail appraised to fifteen dollars by Squier Ward and William Fosdick. A True copy from my stray Book. Given under my hand and Seal the 10th. Day of april d. 1837. John Yaryan j. P. 145 4w if founded in the office of the clerk of said court previous to the final distribution of vered to subscribers at the Orlice or the assets of the estate of said dec Dent placed in the Post office under any such claims aforesaid ill be postponed unordered on the following Tavor of the claims of the More diligent creditors. W3l Libb adm feb. 17, 1837. Gwl38 exp Ucb. Sheriff s Sale. Notice is hereby Given that by virtue of a Decreta order of the Fayette circuit court at the March term 1837, of said court in favor of Jacob Messersmith it. Al. Is. William Johnson kermss2,00 in Advance .2.50 with it. Al., 1 will expose to Sale at the court inthe Viar or ,$3,00 after the year t quot a quot Isth Dayrol May next Between the hours expires. 1 -,.clerk of Fayette Jonato 3. Cornwell Levi Corbin Philip Cole Samuel Cox David j. Rev. Coon John co Shaw Hannah Cook Margaret Coalter Richard Clifford Zelotta d Degraan James Dawn Edmund Davis Milton 2 Durr Sarah Davis Herald s Eyestone Jonathan Evans Ambrose p Frybarger George 2 Catherine Fearis g. L. Gaby John Gibson John p. Goodlander Philip Eaton Ebenezer Helm m. Amp co. Hook Isaac Hackleman James Harlan Aaron Hanson Amos o. Howland or. J. A Sizer Joshua 2 Haines Thomas Houston William h. Huston William Fillis James Hudson Jabez Miller John 2. Mesa Smith Andrew Mcconnell James Muchmore Stephen Morrow Alexander Miller Jeseph d. Mckee Arthur Mccain Mary n Nixon John h. Nelson Joseph p Petro John Punteney James Payton Lewis d. Perin Noble h Rogers Hester Ann Reynolds James b. S Sherry David Shipler Parker Smith Oliver h. Scott Joseph Sta hard James Smith Cpl Iraina Masod alexanders Smith Caleb b. Swan Piid re Spencer Bealhert Saxon James Smith Isaac Shao Noo John t Toner Benjamin Thomas John Titsworth Peter Tracey Manerva w Walker Williams 4 Whitel amp m i Tosh inform the Public that hey have just received a Splendida edition o their former Stock of halting materials and will Contin Neto manufacture Superior articles in that line at their old stand near the Corner of Madison and Monroe streets next door to g. L. Fearis s Saddle shop. They will also manufacture and keep on hand gentlemen s silk bats and ladies silk also they Ynve received and will continue to keep a splendid a orment of men amp boys fur and hair Caps of a Superior laity. They feel grate fort for Farner favours and Hope the Public will continue to extend to them a share of their patronage. N. B. Those who have notes and accounts with them that Are due will Confer a special favour on them by calling and settling the same. Connersville feb. 18, 1837. 137.tb. A Obj Jampi. To our patrons. R ii he Copartnership heretofore existing. Al Between us and r. K. Conwell under r is our intention to commence a visit the firm of r. K. Conwell amp co. Is by j to our subscribers in the course of a week Mutual consent dissolved. Feb 26, 1837. F. A Conwell. H. D. Smith. 141 or two for the purpose of endeavouring to get a Little of the needful. The 3d volume has not yet expired but the time f slim Fok Sale Dollar payment has run out. F lie undersigned offers a bar our motive in making collections thus j. Gain in the Way of a Small Early is to be prepared if possible to Issue the next volume in an enlarged size. We therefore make the following Reposi Tion to those who will accept of it we farm situated in Fayette county 4 1-2 Miles East of Connersville on the Road to Dunlapsville. Said Faim has a Small improvement on it a Comfort Volline for $2, provided the person does not discontinue. We Hope no one Avill take such solicitation in Able hewed log Bill disk and other Conven. ,1 fences and some fruit Trees there is also will give a receipt m full for the present on the premises a Good Stone Quarry the Only one in the neighbourhood and three first rate sprigs which afford suit client Power for any kind of Light machinery and also a Good tavern stand. There Are on this farm about 59 acres of As Good land and Timber As there is in the country. Persons wishing to examine the premises Are directed to Call on or. John m Cray one mile East of Connersville who is empowered to sell said land in my absence. Joseph Abrams. March 10th, 1937. 140.3m. Enderson Nathanie Woodberry Phineas Wright Rich w. P Jenkins William Woster High Jewett Luther or. Whitelock Job ebb John Tate p. April 1st, 1837. 1121 adminis Tkal Oil s notice. Notice is hereby Given that upon application to the clerk of the Fayette county Indiana probate court letters of administration were granted to the undersigned upon this Date author sizing him to administer upon the personal estate goods chattels rights credits Mon les and effects a lib a Veie of to Hofsas a ling late of said county at his decease. All interested in said estate either As debtor or creditor Are requested to come Forward immediately and make settlement As it is the wish of the undersigned to close the administration As soon As practicable. The estate is supposed to be solvent. Hosea Boling. March 3d, 1837. 139 6w. Those who arc owing us for Job work and advertisements will do us a favor if they will pay up. We have issued proposals for obtaining additional subscriptions to our paper and will pay 25 cents for every responsible subscriber obtained. Our friends who will exert themselves in endeavouring to increase our will be furnished with a subscription paper if they will Call at our office. Abma Istratov s notice. Quot of Rice 16 hereby Piven that upon application to the clerk of the Fayette county Indiana probate court Letteris of administration bearing even Date herewith were granted the undersigned upon of Isaac t. Higgs late of snid county de ceased All concerned in said estate either As Mehlor or creditor Are notified that it is the wish of the Lucile signed to close the estate As soon As . T6e estate is invent. Hoi eur to Ylak. A Mil chair factory. Re the undersigned takes al this method of informing the citizens of Connersville and of the country adjacent that he carries on the business of at Bis shop near the Corner of Monroe and Mill streets a Short distance above or. J. Vandegrift s Smith shop where he will manufacture Plain and fancy chairs settees and other articles pertaining to his line. He engages to do his work Welt and a Hunts it to stand wearing. The Public Are requested to examine his work and if it does not Merit the character he gives it they Are requested not to pure ase it. James Loch Ridge. December 24tb, 1830. 133-tf. Hides. Hides. The subscribers have Pur chased the tan Nery lately car Rich on by or William Burnett and want All the bides they can get both Green and dried for which Uliey will pay the Hig Liest Price in Cash. Brown amp Bolton. Connersville dec. 24,1036. 133.tf. Flour. Y e that have flour to pay _ subscription to this paper prepare to pay it now or any other produce such As wheat Corn Oats Hay amp a. All the a Bove articles be taken in payment of sub scrip ions due this voice if delivered soon Jno. Sample or prac horse Bills Vril a and or atm al in h of Ortu those who have unsettled accounts with me Are requested to make immedi ate payment. My factory having recently a a been Burnt makes it absolutely necessary 1 de. It will give Relief. For me 10 collect my outstanding debts Toj it certificates of important cures also enable my to rebuild. 1 Hope my friends or. Judkin s specific ointment. This valuable Medicine is celebrated for curing the following diseases White swellings of every description sore legs and ulcers of a Long standing glandular Turgor so felons or Catarrh rheumatic pains of the joints sprains bruises and tetters chilblains or parts affected by Frost. It is also Good for scalds and Burns. For glandular swellings it is Superior to any Medicine yet known. It is much safer than mercurial applications As it does not contain the smallest atom of that Mineral because it docs not Lay the patient liable to injury from exposure to cold. It cures the worst felons or Whitlow on the application of forty eight rheumatism which have stood As Long As to become a systematic disorder require Medicine to be taken inwardly to remove them entirely. But in most cases by applying this ointment externally As direct Viu not it Nesi la act this notice. A Flek Cox. Rubric it in a. 13�. Directions for using accompanying each bottle of the above medicines. Sold by Fry Bargery a amp o . Coiincr5rihs,oct. Ivor 4, ugly of ten o clock a. And four o clock p. Of said Dav Elbi y across of la id be the same More or less with All the appurtenances thereunto belonging As the property of the said William Johnson situate in the county of Fayette and state of Indiana and designated and described As lot no. One being the East half of the North East Quarter of Section sixteen in township thirteen and Range land will be sold subject to a mor Gage to the school funds of said county for $374 25. The rents and profits of said premises for seven years will be first offered and if that Avill not sell for a sufficiency to satisfy said decree the fee simple will then be offered subject however to the mortgage aforesaid. John Willey . April 15, 1837. 145hat amp Cap store reihe undersigned Lake plea a Jarc ii Ducr Tising the Public that they still continue to carry on to amp tetting business at their old stand in All its various branches. They will also manufacture Ozzis Kats a Superior Quality also Jas in Soboj Vilh a of the same material in the neat est also keep on hand a Good assortment of Caps of Otter. Seal muck and neuter also hair Caps and Wool hats an extensive assortment. They further notify those who Are indebted to their establishment that they would Lake it As a favor if they would Call and Settle the same. J. Amp a Miller. Connersville feb. 18,.il837. 137taiien up by Solomon Claypool a resident of Connerville township Fayette county Indiana on or about the i3lh. Day of january 1837, one Estry cow with a Voulff calf said cow is supposed to Bea bout 12 years old of a deep red Colour with some White spots about her marked with an under bit out of each year no other Marks perceivable appraised Ogeth or with the calf Obe Worth Twenty dollars by Asber Cox and James Mccann on the 2d Day of March 1837 before me Elisha Vance j a Cornersville mar bid 1837. 140.4w

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