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Indianapolis Indiana Democrat (Newspaper) - February 6, 1846, Indianapolis, Indiana Terms of advertising. one Dollar per Square of 250 Ems equal to 12 lines for the first three weeks Twenty five cents for each additional insertion. Advertisements of a Square three months for sve dollars. Please your own postage. From the democratic pharos Public meeting in relation to the Peru land Rogice frauds. A Rumor having spread in Cass Wabash Miami and the adjoining counties of the unparalleled frauds attempted practice at the land office in Peru a Large number of the canal land holders and others to the number of five or six Hundred met in Peru on monday january 26, without any concert but each with a determination to protect his own rights. At Therin Gintof the Bell of the presbyterian Church the House was filled and Many could not get an Entrance whereupon h. Mendenhall was called to the chair and e. P. Loveland appointed Wright of Logansport was caned upon to state the object of the meeting to state the nature and provisions of the Laws passed at the last Sie Sioa on the subject of canal lands and to detail the frauds attempted to be perpetrated by Morris and his colleagues which he did in a Plain and forcible manner amid the plaudits and cheers of the multitude. After a speech from col. Reybon the following resolutions were offered and adopted unanimously resolved that we look upon the conduct of a it a. W. Morris e. Lucas and their colleagues As becoming pirates and robbers and they Are requested to notify the Public of the time of their next visit to the upper Wabash. Resolved that Jonathan r. Smith be and hereby is required to Deposit in the hands of a committee hereby appointed the bundle deposited in his hands by a. W. Morris and that said committee the came to Cyrus Taber of to Fra Nepor if it contain Money and if it shall be decided to be the Money of the state that said Taber it to the proper authorities and if it be the property of a. W. Morris and his colleagues that he it to or. Morris in wild lands at the end of an execution at their full appraised value. Resolved the of to prevent future frauds by e. F.,Lucas and his clerks that the tract Sale and instalment books in the land Ofhie be placed in the hands of col. We. Reyburn until Stearns Fisher enters upon the duties of his office. Resolved that Jas. T. Miller John a. Graham Lewis d. Adkinson m. W. Secy and col. W. Reyburn be a committee to receive the bundle of Morris and to Deposit the same with Cyrus Taber and to receive the books and Deposit the same with col. Reyburn. Resolved that an immediate Colip Liance with the foregoing resolutions is expected from Jonathan r. Smith. Resolved that the citizens of Peru be and hereby Are constituted a guard to prevent the Entrance of e. Lucas to the town of Peru previous to the expiration of his term of office. Resolved that we believe in the concurrent testimony of our senators and representatives that the Law Here produced was a fraud practice in the legislature by a. W. Morris e. Lucas and their colleagues and is no Law and that it conflicts with a Law passed on the same Day by the. Legislature which last Law was Well understood by the Pepple and their representatives. Resolve i that the governor be requested to withhold a Sigl Lamarca on the Cert Civati s issued to John Itzgerald who was the tool of Morris and that judge Wright col. Reyburn and or. Henton be a committee to draw up an address to the governor and people of Indiana on the conduct of the persons implicated in this fraud and that these resolutions with said address be pub published in the papers at Logansport fort Wayne and Indianapolis. Whereupon the meeting adjourned until 2 o clock to receive the reports of the committees. At 2 o clock the meeting was again organized. Whereupon the committee appointed to receive Morris budget and the books reported that or. Smith had sent the key to the meeting by or. Ross for the purpose of procuring the books but that or. Morris Money and or. Smith were Bot i from Home whereupon the books alluded to were placed in the hands of or. Reyburn and the following Resolution was offered and adopted without a dissenting voice whereas it was generally believed in the town of Peru that Smith would be in his settlement a defaulter to the stale he having now the Abi by we Hope he May Square the account a and whereas Liis meeting by placing tho Money in the Hansli of Tabor wished to invest in wild lands for the Benefit of the heirs of said Morris and to prevent his doing in any More harm with it and whereas it is not i Kely that said Morris or Bis heirs will oversee any of it resolved that the committee be discharged. Whereupon judge Wright read and the meeting unanimously adopted the following Ai i Jim is. The undersigned a committee appointed at a Public meeting of the citizens of the upper Wabash held at Peru on the 26th Day of january 1846, to address the governor and the people of Indiana on the unparalleled frauds attempted to be committed at the land office in Peru on the 23d and 24th Days of january instant in discharge of their duty make the following statement of the facts connected therewith by an act of the legislature at its last session approved Jan. 20, j 816, the time for the payment of the balance due on canal lands was. Extended five years from 1837, the penalty reduced to 10 per cent., and when the interest on one year was unpaid the lands so delinquent were to be advertised and sold As lands Are sold for taxes. This Law had passed the Leff Slature after much discussion and was Well understood by the people living on the canal lands. This Bill wis usually called Tabek s Bill. On the last Day of the session a. W. Morris of Indianapolis accosted col. Reyburn and told him that he wished that the Law on Page 267, Sec. 210, of the revised code where Ono year occurs to be amended so As to extend two years before a forfeiture should occur. Col. R. Refused to have anything to do with it and Morris with tears in his eyes Besought him to go for the measure to relieve the poor on the canal lands and not have their lands forfeited. After being told that Relief was Given in tho other Bill Morris departed but in the confusion of the adjournment Morris Bill was offered by some member and passed both houses cach Branch supposing it was extending Relief when in fact by reviving certain other provisions the Bill made it the imperative duty of the commissioner to sell land when the interest on it was due for two years to the first applicant. In half an hour Morris was seen by col. Rev Durn with the Bill enrolled and ready for the govern or s signature. On the 20th inst., tho Day of its passage it was approved by the governor he supposing with All others that As appeared on its face the Bill was barely to extend the time for the payment of interest. On the same Day before the Law was made out and certified to for the certificate is dated the 21 Ste. Lucas wrote the following letter to the clerk in the land office at Peru inti Angrous la., Jan. 20, 1846. Dear sir the legislature has passed a Law of which the enclosed is a written cop which if called on you will have to enforce. There Hai been much legislation during the past season on the those lands but the last seems to repeal All the former a to delinquents and Levaca Allio private entry. I Ahall be in in about two weeks at which time i think of closing the office so far As i am concerned and i desire that you will have the books up. Yours &c., e. Lucas. J. R. Smith esq., clerk of land office Peru Indiana. Copy an act amending the 218 Section of revised code chapter 13, and Page 267. Sec. I. Be it enacted by the general at seamy of Hie state of Indiana that the one year allowed in the 218 Sec. Of Chap. 13, Page 267, of the revised code As the time within which the lands shall be redeemed in is hereby extended to two years. Sec. 2. When any purchaser Hao neglected the provisions of said Sec. 218, for two years successively last past then the proper commissioner shall be governed in All respects by the provisions of the 218,2 9, and 220 sections of Chap. 13 of the revised code aforesaid. Sic. 3 this act to be in for from and after its passage and a certified copy to be filed in each of the canal land offices or with the commissioner thereof. And All Laws contravening with the provisions of this act to be and the name Aro hereby repealed. John s. Simonson speaker of the House of representatives. J. G. Read president of the Senate. Approved january 20, 1846 Jas. Whitcomb. Slate of Indiana to tit i John , Secretary of state do hereby certify that the foregoing is a True copy of the original enrolment of the same now in file in my office. In testimony whereof i have Hereunto set my hand and affixed the Seal of the slate Jan. 21, 1846. John h. Thompson Secretary of state. On the 23d, Morris after Riding Day and night arrives in Peru delivers his letter files the Law and proceeds to enter sixty six of the Best tracts of land on the whole Wabash River with All their improvements at 1,25 per acre in White dog while the lands were Worth from ten to sixty dollars per acre and some of which sold at the first Sale at from five to fifty three per acre. The clerk in the office engaged assistance and three persons were secretly employed in filing certificates. On saturday evening the Public attention was aroused and the matter stopped. We ought to state Here that the other Law extend bag the time of payment was sleeping on the files in Indianapolis and was not in Force. At a meeting on saturday evening or. Smith the clerk in the land office stated that the certificates were in his Possession and that they would not be issued but on sunday morning about Day Light John Fitzgerald a minor in whose name Morris made his entries As he Haw it would be unpopular for him to take them in his own name was seen passing through Logansport on his Way to Indianapolis with the certificates to get fhe patents. There learning the fraud that was about to be practice a member of this committee in connection with or. Taber started a messenger to the governor and requested him to withhold the patents which we have no doubt he has done. On sunday night or. Smith appeared before a magistrate in Peru and made his affidavit that he never delivered the certificates that Morris stole them Aud that he never had received any Money fair Ihm but that Morris when a first came deposited a bundle in his Safe and that he never had opened it. Under these circumstances the resolutions were passed at the meeting on monday. It was the intention to place Morris Money in the hands of a Man who is Able to him on demand and who would feel bound to give it to him As the Resolution required in wild lands. But or. Smith concluded that he was As Safe a depositor As or. Taber and of this we have no doubt. If or. Morris obtains his Money very soon it will be an exception to the general Rule of his conduct. As to or. Lucas who could write a letter enclosing a Law one Day before it was duly attested and sending it and it alone and giving the instruction and stating that it repealed All other Laws Laws too that were passed on the same Day sending it in the manner and by the person his late personal and political enemy he did and also sending him a draft for $300�?the committee and the people we represent without regard to party believe he was bribed. In or. Smith who kept secret such proceed-in<�8, we would have no Confidence and we could not Tell but or. Lucas might Send Here at any time a person and Issue certify catch for All the lands liable to entry before tho owners could hear about the effect of this Law. Under these circumstances the meeting placed the tract Book Sale Book and instalment Hook in the hands of a gentleman for Safe keeping until tho new officer comes into this arrangement will prevent any More frauds and All the business of the office can go on As usual. The committee cannot but express their utter detestation of the conduct of Morris and Lucas a the first under a plea of Benevolence attempting to Rob widows and orphans and the last conniving at it for the Sake of Money a bribe. To the persons whose lands have been purchased we say be not alarmed at your situation. The auditor of state will not and cannot certify As the Law requires As the certificate has not gone from this place and will not sign the but if these should fail there Are other reasons Legal and valid Why you will not suffer. But we have every Confidence in the officers at Indianapolis that they will arrest the fraud. There in doubly Are others engaged it this plot a or. Spears of Delphi was ready As soon As or. Morris had got his business finished to enter one Hundred additional lots. But a Stop has been put to the robbery of these men and the Law first alluded to will be Here in a few Deys and in Force and before your lands can be sold you will have notice. Tho following arc the numbers of the old certificates which lots have been re entered in the name of John Fitzgerald for the use of Morris amp. Company 25, 46, 47, 48, 49, 51, 52, 53, 5 l 63, 88, 89, 91, 111, 167, 168, 302, 303, 304, 362, 381, 382, 394,395,397,498,399,400,449,450, 489, 490, 316, 517, 525, 626, 527, 529, 553, 562, 564, 571, 577, 587,599, 609,613, 616, 61?, 620,621, 652, 635, 636, 640, 941, 642, 948, 649, 672, 690, 692, 693, 729, 773. The addressed by col. Reyburn judge Wright or. Henton and others adjourned sine die. H. Mendenhall president. E. P. Loveland in let Ondon. We see it stated in one of do Solle s letters from London that the Price of bread there Quot is now 20 cents per loaf beef 18 cents and Mutton 16 cents per Pound potatoes 80 cents per Bushel. Fowls at present $2,60 per pair geese $3, and tur Kies $5 cach if of excellent new candidate for the presidency. The Nashville Republican nominates and advocates the claims of the Hon. John j. Crittenden senator from Kentucky As a candidate for the presidency in 1848. Etta Tang me i of tion the presi Denv on the Oregon i vestion some speakers in Congress and a por tion of the press the whig press have suddenly become exceedingly favourable to or. Polk As Well As seemingly very patriotic because they say they say they Are sustaining the position of the president on the Oregon question. They contend that his position is to Divide the country at the 49th parallel. Now let us see How this is. The president in his message after reviewing at length the history of the negotiations upon this subject and the condition in which he found them says Quot had this been new question coming undo discussion for the fin me this proposition would not have been made. The extraordinary and wholly inadmissible demands of the British government 1 a Quot the proposition Madeir refer had been done by my and the a Section of the proposition made in refer enee alone to what had been done by my pred sors and the implied obligation which their seemed to impose a fiord satisfactory eve Lise Ivsich the cd need states no Compromise Ivsich the United Snater to milk a is accept can be effected. With this conviction toe proposition of Compromise which had been made and rejected was by my direction subsequently withdrawn and our title to the whole Oregon territory asserted and As it is believed maintained by Irre Fragalle facts and arguments. Quot the civilized world will see in these proceedings a spirit of Liberal Concession on the part of the United states and this government will be relieved from All responsibility which May follow the failure to Settle the controversy. Quot All attempts of Compromise having failed it becomes the duty of Congress to consider what measures it my be proper to adopt for the Security and Protection of our citizens now inhabiting or who May hereafter inhabit Oregon and for the maintenance of our just title to that territory. In adopting measures for this purpose care should be taken that nothing be done to violate the stipulations of the convention of 1827, which is still in Force. The Faith of treaties in their letter and spirit has Ever been and i Trust will Ever be scrupulously Obser de by the United states. Under that convention a year s notice is required to be Given by either party to theother before the joint occupancy shall terminate and before either can rightfully assert or exercise sex Ihen distressing mine Accident at Carbondale. We have already stated the fact that by the falling of the roof of two mines at Carbondale pa., some fifteen persons have been killed. We have now the following particulars in the Wayne county Herald which Are of a painful the anxiety and alarming Energy of the give Anu i recon Imena Inai provision. ,.ii v by Law for giving it accordingly and Termina ill my a a aug has Way out May Well be n this manner the convention of the sixth of imagined to have been intense to Bali More Sun. On monday an immense mass of slate about seven acres in extent fell from the roof of one of the mines of the Delaware and Hudson canal company at Carbondale upon the workmen below. The spot where the slate fell was nearly a mile from the Mouth of the mine. Three persons were seriously injured one of whom a boy died soon after the Acci made Ting in August 1837. Now can a candid Man say that the president s Quot position Quot is now to Divide the country at the 49th parallel ? on the contrary he says the proposition to Divide was by his direction withdrawn and Quot our title to the whole of Oregon asserted and As is believed maintained by Irre Fragalle facts and arguments. Yet in the face of this explicit emphatic and unequivocal assertion to the whole of that territory they maintain when arguing to Divide the country that they Are Quot sustaining the position of the but further after the president makes this announcement of the position he has taken As to the whole he proceeds like a statesman to act in accordance with the maintenance of it. He re commie Sas a Finisi and Verj Tammi Cut mgt Enid a a a a Ttorp the giving of the year s notice to dissolve the treaty of joint occupancy. Yet these patriotic gentlemen Tjit Are so manfully Quot sustaining his position Quot meet this first and certainly most peaceable measure by denouncing it As Quot a War the very first step taken in pursuance of his recommendations towards securing the country is met with fierce and bitter opposition. If they would Quot sustain the position of the president Quot they would authorize him to give this notice without delay they would extend our jurisdiction and Laws Over our citizens there they would Send them the Protection of our Flag they would establish military posts on the route thither to protect our emigrants on the Way and establish them in Oregon for their safety after they settled there. These Are the positions sentiments and recommendations of the president. From the Lafayette courier Jan. 23.a desperate woman. On Friday afternoon of last week a woman arrived from Delphi at Brown s hotel in this place having in her arms an infant four or five months of she immediately enquired for a Man named Levi Gray formerly we believe of Albion n. who had been boarding at or. Brown s for a few weeks. On being shown into the room where Gray was she marched up to him deliberately pulled a pistol from under her cloak and levelled it at Gray s breast. Fortunately for him the Cap did not explode which in All probability saved his life As the pistol was Well loaded. Gray struck the woman once or twice with a Cane and they were finally separated. On the complaint of Gray the woman was arrested on a peace warrant issued by Justice Dame and failing to give recognizance in the sum of $300, was committed to prison. The name of the Wornan is Mary Ann Welch she is apparently about 25 years of age of a slight figure but a rather striking and expressive countenance indicative of great firmness and Resolution. She alleges that Gray seduced her that he the father of her two children one of whom is nearly four years of age that some time since. Gray pretended to marry her that they lived a Short time in Detroit As Man and wife after which Gray deserted her and she discovered that she had been imposed upon by a false marriage this is the cause of her hatred to Gray. Once before it is said she attempted to shoot him at Cleveland Ohio. She then followed him to Albion n. Y., where last Spring she was arrested on a peace warrant and committed to jail. She has now pursued him to Lafay Etter openly vowing her determination to take his life unless he will admit that he was married to her in Good Faith and will a it knowledge his children. On being asked on her trial Why she had not commenced Legal proceeding against Gray in new York Quot because Herque Bright be i Thim expression that a ded Imd Point to the words Quot re Hoo to Wietke my own revenge in my own iii loan i Multi Mandy win Quot whates the merits of her Case ii he is in Talyia remarkable woman possess bcil4eiit past lbs of great firmness pid a indomitable who. Ii Giff tyr on the other hand apart of Mai connection with this woman is sited to be a Man of fair standing and a Lara it Iery he denies that there was Ever by marriage Between them either 6r�,iended, but says that her of Jedi is tto harass and extort Money from him. In is attempted to be shown that she Jug i abandoned woman of bad Char a Teri Ali id various reports Are in circulation Ker romantic adventures which it is Mikil Cess to repeat. Jusi Slaughter on saturday. The sex was a tedious and protracted it closed on tuesday last. Sever Lesses were sworn to impeach the or of the prosecutor in and to prove woman of bad reputation. The any of some of them it is said was very direct and unequivocal in this re Spect it we had not heard the decision of Justi Slaughter at the time of our paper going to press. Dent the others Hopes Are entertained of their recovery. The boy who died was Riding a horse at the time of the Accident and is supposed to have been killed by the the air Rushing towards the Mouth of the mine the horse was also killed. The other two persons who were taken out were also injured by the Rush ipg Ofair. About 1 men who Ere Ait oink a iii Rise i office Fronef Fly place of the Accident escaped but horrible to relate fifteen persons who were at work propping up the mines were either crushed instantly or walled in without any Hope of being rescued As it will take weeks to remove the immense mass of slate which has fallen in and if yet alive will be compelled to die one of the most horrible of All deaths that of starvation we have been furnished with the names of the missing persons fourteen of whom have families. They Are As follows Anthony Welsh Mark Breenan we. Clines Patrick Mitchell Patrick Leonard by. More James Mcgath Michael Falin Henry Derney John Farrell Patrick Walker Peter Crawley John Hosey Benjamin Williams and a son of widow Brinnin. Of Are informed upon Good authority a a Accident will not retard the operations of the company. P. S since the above was in Type we learn that or. John Hosey has made his Way out having by his own exertions dug his wa3 through the fallen slate with his hands Only after having been incarcerated 48 . A Large lot of knives and razors warranted of the Best Quality at nov 21 3tf c. A. Ferguson . Figured plaid and t lain alpacas a Fine variety of patterns which will be sold very Low by 2tf j. M. Talbott. Goots and shoes cheapest. Nov. 28. 4tf arriving cheap As t w. H Morrison. The House ave Rriola Saines every saturday. Most opposite Browning s Washington Hall. From his general knowledge of the business his Long experience with horses and intimate acquaintance with the people he can Aid in making Many private sales to persons who leave orders for horses with him. On every saturday he will sell at auction at the stable such horses As May be placed in his charge for that purpose. He is prepared to keep horses by the month or week on the Best terms and All his charges shall be moderate. Any person wishing to any a horse or horses will find his stable a convenient place to them and will generally find a Good Stock on hand for Sale. His new arrangements Are such As will be very convenient to both Sellers and buyers and he Hopes to meet a Liberal patronage from the Public. William Biddle. Indiana Pali Jan. 26.�?20-ly. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned have been legally appointed on the 26th january 1846, administrators of the estate of the late William Budd deceased in Marion county who died intestate and All persons having claims against said estate will present them duly authenticated and All persons indebted to the estate Are requested to make immediate payment. The Public Are also hereby notified that the and Nisi Storb will offer for Sale on the 20th Day of hrs Bury at the late residence of said William add the personal properly consisting of four head of horses two Meh cows some household and Kitchen furniture the implements and tools and boards used in Brick making and some fencing boards a two horse Carriage and harness and two sett of Wagon Hame a am. A credit of six months on All sums ova three dollars will be Given the purchaser living a note with Good Security without any Relief Frenn valuation or App sement Laws. Aaron , j06hua Stevens Aimini retort. The subscriber has now in Bis employ the very Best workmen the country affords and has on hand a Large Quantity of the finest Stock of leather selected by himself expressly for this Market will manufacture Boot and shoes of every Des tion and style warranted to perform veil and at �?1. A. .1 he particularly he de scrip Soch prices As cannot fail to suit dishes the attention of the ladles. As he is determined that none of the common paper Comeens so much puffed shall begin to match with his either in softness durability style or cheapness As they Valoe their lives health and Appe Nix he advises at this season of the year especially that they be neat and comfortable under not. They shall cd to mainly be suited in every respect. Persons preferring Imp red boots and shoes a re informed that he has on hand an extensive assortment selected by himself and being practically familiar with the business All May rest assured that he has no boots or shoes that he cannot recommend As Superior to those generally sold. All dts i Rous to be pleased in bargains Are invited to give him a Call. He is still at the old stand opposite Washington Hall two doors wifi of Tomunson s drug store ready to Wail on Andeai Bis customers. See 15-6mo a. Knodle also a Large lot of hats and Caps latest styles All of which will be sold at reduced prices. Calf and see for yourselves and take the goods at your own prices As we Are bound to sell them. No. 5 commercial Row South Side of Washington Street and first door West of Alvord Ltd Wood liar a store. Wanted. Wheat Oats feathers Ginseng beeswax Raes for which the highest Price will be paid m. Goods at 1-Yl Mansur s Cash store. Fault a the finest a if Gest and prettiest selection of tra and bread trays in sets or single ones for Sale at Philadelphia prices by 21? w. H Talbott. Tajl1jabi.e works for Public and private libraries. Crabbe Heber. And Pollok s poetical works steel portraits Complete in 1 vol 8vo, bound Library style. The same work calf extra embossed Gilt. Byron s works Complete in 1 vol boo including All his suppressed and attributed poems bound lib style. The same work calf extra embossed Gilt. Cowper and Thomson s prose and poetical works Complete in 1 vol boo bound Library style. The same work calf extra embossed Gilt. Rogers Campbell Montgomery Lamb and Kirko White s poetical works Complete in 1 vol 8vo. Bound lib. Style. The same work calf extra embossed Gilt. Milton Young Gray Beattie and Collins poetical works Complete in 1 vol 8vo, bound lib y style. The same work calf extra embossed Gilt. Mrs. Heman s poetical works Complete in 1 vol. 8vo, bound Library style. The same work calf extra embossed Gilt. Just received and for Sale by c. B. Davis nov 21 3tf bookseller and publisher. Worns . Thousands ten in ble to be afflicted with Worms. Fla by a person has suffered his whole life from them and never suspected it. Thousands upon thousands have gone to premature Graves from Maras us Ora wasting away of the body epilepsy fits st. Vitus dance locked jaw apoplexy mania. Dropsy in the head palsy consumption pleurisy dysentery convulsions and Many other supposed apparent diseases and Many have suffered fur years and years and have been doctored for some imaginary complaint without the least Relief and others Are still suffering when All the trouble arises from Worms and Worms alone Whick Are entirely overlooked and when the proper treatment would have saved their lives and restored them to health. Every observant Mother cannot but see and admit the truth but Stilt Many physicians shut their eyes to that All important cause of disease. Symptoms of . Pain in the joint or limbs offensive breath picking at the nose grinding of the Teeth during sleep and at times a paleness about the lips with flushed Cheeks bleeding at the nose a gnawing sensation at the stomach flashes of heat Over the Eurlace of the body slight i Hills or shivering headache drowsiness vertigo torpor disturbed dreams sudden starting in sleep with fright and screaming the eyes Dull and heavy with a dark Circle under them tingling sensation in the ears palpitation of the heart hesitancy in the speech craving fur dirt Chalk ashes or other unnatural diet irritable temper numbness of the limbs dislike to music particularly the Organ sometimes a troublesome cough feverish Ness thirst pallid Hue fits bad taste in the Mouth difficult breathing poin in the stomach or bowels fatigue nausea squeamishness voracious appetite leanness bloated stomach or limbs griping shooting pains in various parts of the body a sense i it of something rising in the Throat itching of the anus to Watt s night a frequent desire to pass something from the bowels and some to ne8 discharges of slime and Mucu?.dr. Iierman a worm lozenges have been proved in More than 4u0,00u cases to be infallible in fact the Only certain worm destroying Medicine Ever discovered. Children will eat them when they Connot be forced to take any other Medicine and the Benefit derived from the administration of Medicine to them in this form is great beyond Conception. They have never been know to fail. Siermans a a Cougil lozenges cure the must obstinate cases of cough in a few hours. They have cured a Large number of persons who have been Given up by their physicians and friends and Many who have been reduced to the verge of the be by spitting blood consumption and hectic fever by their use have had the Rose of health restored to the Haggard Cheek and now live to speak Forth the praises of this invaluable Medicine. Sherman Quot camphor lozenges Quot relieve had acc nervous sick headache palpitation of the heart and sickness in a very few minutes. They cure lowness of spirits Deyon Dency faint near Colic spasms cramps of the stomach summer or Bowel complaints Iney keep up the spirits dispel All the distressing symptoms of a night of dissipation and a person to undergo great mental or Hodill toil. Sherman s Quot poor Man s plaster Quot is acknowledged by All who have Ever used it to he the Best strengthening plaster in the world and a Sovereign remedy for pains and weakness in the Back loin Side breast neck limbs joints rheumatism Lumbago . One million a year will not Supply the demand. Cat Ilion a Nec Ryas there Are Many unprincipled Peiton who would Foree a apr Iowa article upon the Community. Be careful to get Shermin a poor Man s plaster with a me bit written name on the backs none otheta Are genuine and will do More Hurt than Good. It or. Beeman a warehouse is no. A Mana a a Avreet. New York. Sold by Tomlinson Brothers a Genie for the proprietor is m of the gelded mortar Washington Street inti Arapolu. Jans Cha ii is Parto in. D. Plier Richan mid sni coh i offers his professional service in All its Vari Ous branches to the citizens of Indian Polk and its Vicinity. He has moved his office to the front room upstairs Over William Mansar s store lately j. H. Wrights where All Calls will receive prompt attention a amp a or Dee 12 9tfbibles bibles bibles Bible is of every variety and style our Folio bibles pm key Gilt. Quarto Quot Turkey to. Quot Cut Avo Quot assorted Quot pol Glutt Bible ism Plain sheep rolled de. Quot Morocco turks Gilt de. Quot Quot i Turkey mor. Gilt de. Pearl pocket Bible beat de. Published Plain sheep. Mor. Tucks ted. Pm n. Eng. Of it. De. Quot Quot Quot of. Sup. Extra it. Quot tur. Mor. Sex. Ted. All the above bibles Are in the Best Philadelphia binding. Just received and for Sale at reduced prices by nov21-3tf c. B. Davis , the divines ice. The subscriber would respectfully in. Inform his friends and customers and the Public generally that he is now receiving his Winter supplies of drugs medicines paints oils varnishes turpentine White Lead window Glass Dye Woods do stiffs Purs wines and a ours brushes soaps perfumery Superior Spanish cigars and Cavendish tobacco together with almost every other article in his line All of which he is determined to sell at very reduced prices for Cash or for such articles of Trade As he can use. He would respectfully invite the attention of physicians country merchants paddlers bullets hatters and All wishing to Purchase articles in his line. Particular attention will be paid to compounding medicines and the store open at All times. Give me a Call. David Craighead. Indianapolis. Nov. 5, 184.5. Of Gross Fahnestock s Verm Fuge for of Quot peelers and others can be supplied at Low rates by David Craighead. Nov 5, 1845.d. S. Ward ims Chabit tailor having removed from his old stand is Ink ful for past favors and takes this occasion to notify the Public that be is now opening a to Happy and plenty of new ones. From the care with which he has made his present selections he confidently Hopes to be Able to suit All tastes in style of goods fashions and prices. N. B. Lumber painting Brick work and Carpenter s work will be taken m exch Inge for tailoring. L-3m a. S w. It sent a water proof boots. I have just received a Large Assor Moit of it s boots fresh from the manufacturers which 1 will sell for a i an to a ii Caa Quot Kent s prime calf water re Olio do do calf Welt do. Do do Napoleon do. Do do Goat Morocco do do do Kip water proof boots. For Sale cheap at the City shoe store nov 21 3tr j. H. Oglesby. Large Stock of new boots and shoes at the cite shoe store. One Hundred packages of new boots and shoes at wholesale and retail the subscriber has just received a Large invoice of boots and shoes direct from the manufacturers which together with his former Stock makes the most Complete assortment Ever brought to the Interior of Indiana and would now invite All who wish to Purchner boots and shoes made in the neatest and most substantial manner and at Verv Low prices for Cash or produce to Call and give his assortment an examination. The Lare amount of Busine its which the c1t� shoe store is doing and the increasing patronage which it is receiving eve Day has had the effect to establish it permanently in Indianapolis and we now defy Competition either in Quality or Price. My arrangements Are such that i shall be receiving Large additions to my present assortment every month and buyers May rely upon finding the latest fashions at this establishment and at a very Small Advance on prime Cost. Country merchants Are invited to Call and examine my Stock and hear my prices As i am determined to sell them by the package or single pair at Cincinnati or Louisville a ices 3tf j. H. 0 5lesby. Bargains for Sale. No. 3.�?a full lot of ground with one Story Frame House and stable on Square 27, Illinois Street. No 4.�?also 50 acres of first rate land within 2 Miles of Indianapolis Hen log House about 25 acres in cultivation. Enquire of 2tf John elder real estate agent. To county officers. Lane and Delzell Book binders and Blank Book Indianapolis Indiana would res Tully inform county clerks auditors recorders treasurers and others that they have recently received direct from new York and Philadel a a Large and Well selected assortment of the Dine rent sizes of Eastern paper suitable for the manuf Victuro of Blank books records end Are prepared to execute All orders transmitted to them in a very Superior manner and with the utmost promptitude. They solicit a continuance of the patronage heretofore extended to them having Confidence in their ability with their increased fool cities to Render entire satisfy fiction. _nl-4m cloths. _. Good assortment for Sale cheap at deals Iota j. Cook amp son s. Cloths Cassimeris and vesting now tailor of Estamal Semient. Granvi ixe Young merchant tailor j. Draper would respectfully inform the citizens of Indianapolis and the Public generally that he has now established himself in business where he will be Happy to Walt on Bis old customers and such others As May Ivor him and agrees to satisfy them in every Rea sect so for As his Art is concerned. Garments will be made in the Best manner War United to fit and at the lowest a Vang Jiries. Ready made clothing such As Coata of nta vests sluts drawers amp a. Also Dothe yest trimmings amp a &�., kept al ways on hand. X and see. Lew shop at Ward s old stand a few doors West of Drake it ii hotel. L-6m Flowers. A a spu9�odid a Susor Teneni of Jook so deals Iota j. Cook amp Sony. G barrels go Mcm for Sale Low for Cash Vid Craighead

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