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Indianapolis Indiana Democrat (Newspaper) - July 3, 1846, Indianapolis, Indiana Robbison a Pfann Blake s buildings up stairs of posit Browning s Washington Hall. Terms of subscription. $2 00 Par year for single topics if i 2 so if paid w 3 00 if Paomei be delayed a where five persons subscribe ind pay within the first in late of a ascription $1 50 or the year or 52 number clubs of Twenty at one Neh if paid in and Fiance. Clubs of fifty subscribers i2 numbers or a year the terms of advertising. Advertisements at one Dollar per Aqua Ems equal 12 lines for the first three Twenty five cents for each additional Ine Lead in sont Bern Illinois. There Are three Furnaros now in successful operation says the daily Atlas of the 5th inst., at the Letaj mines in Hardin county in the Southern Section of Illinois. The Lead produced is of the Best Quality and the Ore inexhaustible. But a Little while will elapse says the Alton Telegraph before Southern Illinois will com Lite successfully with the North in the production and Sale of this article of com Clud cd it and so destroy Thi Mercial advantages of our position. It is now admitted Tience Forth be admitted free of duty. Id the question if a Reform of our Tariff is simply Fly this Uit a oai Tel i 0/mu and practically \3-. In Hae Avail of Radva of great Market consider the value of this Market calculated we believe that the que sol song Orbic Edito its sit Sill from Matin hour till Twilight gloom he s a fixture in the Dusky room away the Mower and the Busy world c Maves Caily on but is labor toil and care no turn knows he in the weary Day but the turn that shows his Pivot s play. As he Tinis his easy chair 1 think think think in the Smith s Bright forge the fire glows. But the Smith himself the Bellows blows unheard the hammers Clink not so the fire that lights the brain of him who wears the Galley Chain or makes Ibe press gang go he must Flash with Light and glow with heat with Quill in hand his brains must beat bulge a a Fri Fri Fri tired v she must Sliff her tribute celestial Nrown weary flight and reason s Powers and memory s store. Must prove their strength and bring the lore antique and Sage and Mystic for those the utmost thought and Particio must go in Morrow s leading article argument will so Alistick clip clip clip no Quot cab aging Quot shears his hand doll hold but those Wilh which the current Gold by lawful right hell clip the a evil is gone but he will not fail of a prompt return Wilh Iho morning s mail a Basket full of Eich uses and then the editor opens and skims accidents a Feals discoveries whimsy Jyrld he ranges paste Pai past Nicks them the Devil appears i Quot please sir they re w he says Hasl a a a saturday r line for copy r the Foreman thinks hell soon Impi the outside column with scraps of pre and the Leader May be a column pay pay pay the world s done i and Bounds with a step of Gay his wife and babes away but round the editor see a score of honest Quot hours Quot who tense him Sor and May he not be unteed full though Bright is the wit that can furl the Means free them All from care by shelling out the Quot needful Quot from tic Tariff. Two prominent i control the Yegish the Public judgment they Are of course ne�., England. We have already Ogoki e belie upon r present of the,.--. A our existing Tariff Law. Demands of our War with Ido pled free Trade policy of ready spoken Briery from of the bearings of the mexican War upon that Poi Rifle Lai which we i this 1 of Congress. Bui the War will of coarse be but temporary and doubt less it will be Brief. The new commercial policy of England on the Eon Larry is clearly a permanent fact. The British Corn Law can never Rise again. And this is a fact in our judgment Large enough revolutionize Ere Long the legislation and the Public feelings of our country on the subject of prot Tion. The great standing argument in favor of a restrictive policy among ourselves has been found heretofore in the restrictive policy other nations and especially of great Britain. The Cloteil ports of England have been urged upon us again and again and in every form of ingenuity and emphasis As a reason for closing Pur own ports by the substitution of restrictive and prohibitive duties in the place of the Revenue Tariff contemplated by our this argument if unsound m its Prin of a permanent policy was at and plausible. It was an argument above All it was an argument gently popular in its character. show How much it has been insist upon we might quote at random from almost All the great speeches of the protectionist leaders among us. We give As a smile specimen of a multitude of similar passages tie following extract from a celebrated speech delivered Quot Quot least specious a hard of Refu Tatini caption of oui Adverse i the r limit ports. Collis Inder Asoh a by forbid la tidy and under that a Keu silence. Them of All value Alle rope rejects lose of which com stif injects of h policy of All Europe refuse mine but those raw materials of smaller value essential their manufactures which they can Civo a higher value with the. Exception of tobacco and Rice which they cannot produce. Even great brain much tee Are its Best Catomer and from which we rec toe nearly one half m mine of our whole imports jul not tale from is articles of subsistence a Riduca a in our country cheaper than can be produced in . In adopting this exclusive policy the states of Europe do not inquire wha is Best for us but what suits themselves respectively they do not take jurisdiction of the question of our me rests but limit the Orect of their legislation that of the conservation of their own Peculiar it rests ifs iving is ire prosecute ours As please. They do not guide themselves by that romantic philanthropy which see displayed hero and which invokes us i Iuo Purchase the produce of foreign m without regard the state or Prosperity of that foreigners May pleas w Purchase remaining articles of our which their re policy has not yet absolutely excluded from Dusty v the few Quot. The 1 their her broadly a bkt1sh�c the a no a vast mass of our Prodi consumed a the shape of food scale i a the Wal Nomica science the Reni Tion,.the demands of Legisla sol of of Rowtie Dea Boug lain protectionist argument s full Force. That argument. It and Brantli by the repeal. This new state of things brought e definitively Only by the last Stram. Lur hands a new commercial policy if England opened at once that already pre is rations of i and the re which i throw led in thing like fifteen bushels per egg teen or Twenty millions of in. Suppose Long the lis 13 fat re is Well As thai which Beconi should become from Belr if India ����7o"r each of Thi. Population. This a on my a Foo Quot a ions of Irish peasantry in Probach a a be Quot Quot fact the calculation this Irish population a consumption of Corn for each individual Only one Inird is great As the estimated individual consumption Here we shall have an aggregate consumption in Ireland alone of about thirty millions of bushels. As Indian Corn is now grown and used among us a Market for this Quantity opened our Farmers even at q Low Price would be a great advantage. At a Price of eighteen or Twenty cents a Bushel it would produce an income the country of Between six and seven Millrons of dollars. No part of this statement seems unreasonable. As Indian Corn is produced among us it May be shipped England and Deriv ered without duties upon the wharf at Liverpool at make it perhaps almost the Cheop. Jle some and nutritious food found. Open our ports then an u interchange of values Wilh England and prevent an exportation of food by us the on a scale altogether unknown and hard before the rapid general View which taken of the subject with reference a Sii applied also in Large measure articles of food grown ii Quot Quot that i the fart Lake this food Market 1 Industry must pay for the Oil. Let u8 look it. Lesi or Commerce and gradually Revenue by a system of do we do not thereby in our adequate Home Martlet shut most and open markets of the it of the world. From Thompson s Beccue Tiona a Nix Ichii women. Rhey have no fire places in Mexico 3 circumstance has a very great influx ice of Diomed. Famil and 1 think ice on their moral in id the fire Side. Inge which Are passed in Reading some Excel a conversation not less instructive be streets of Mexico it would be very eight out of every ten persons you Fildbe officers soldiers friars or Lepe i Book would be difficult Ime Pous. All but by. Unproductive. Ire concerned and excluding the profits Olne labor and capital of foreigners would be Giuffi sent support these drones. I wish that i could in sincerity Eay that the ladies if Mexico Are handsome. Their Mannara however perfect and in the great attributes of the heart if Celii Graceful Kindi by have id in the Grea Ness ans but Benevolence All thai i think that in Ai. Lint in the Char act slandered. 1 am i Europe of the same thei 3 but dancing. That does not we have the a Hority of dog-3 writing do and they Are rare id still More rarely practice it. I her and the most important of women they Are very much door and a Porter Alvavi Here there is show such a in Mexico has but by be believed 1 have no whatever other effects these their moral influence is not a Good it one outside Lould scarce. Thev r have sickly nature of hot Ither and perish when exposed in instead of being taught which they House plants which the weather. I regard certain acts a a therefore not be apprehended or guarded against ire brought up with an idea that the temptation of oppor Lusty is one which is never resisted. I do not think that the ladies of Mexico Are generally Well educated. There Are however some shining exceptions. Mra. Almonte the Witeof Gen. Almonte would be regarded As an accomplished lady in any country. The mexicans of either sex Are not a Reading people. The ladies read very Little. The general routine of female life is Rise late ind spend the greater portion of the Day standing in their open windows which extend the floor. It would be a Safe bet at any hour in the Day Between Iti and five of work that you would in walking the reets see one or More females standing thus at the windows of More than half the houses. At five Ley ride on the pase and then go the theatre hire they remain till clock and the next in. And every Day in the year repeat the same Rou a a a a Hole lives pass qualities this Dolce far Niente their a hey Havi 0 super r of Independence w y Lusi ances of female Virine one of which i will men that i h ave forgotten the Lan whose virtue and love rely tested. The lady Woof a it a in be s a Nisi Gei i loved lust rated with. Bought experience. 0 be the value of this free British food Market us if a narrow Tariff policy like that of flow shall not shut a out Fram its adva Nuges Tako we have space for no thug More Tojay Triko its working noon a smile article heretofore of but fall Mommy in our foreign co Tameree but now most Manifest rising into great importance the Nuclo of n1 an Srno War Uco prot ebly by a in for and five Hundred millions of bushels of it every year. Of this Imra Eose yield extensively a if Ai it is throughout our Coil try for human and vet More extensively used As it la As look Lor Uxmal a in those sections of country which grow it Sist largely Fth great yield Afier let for this surplus a a and a Quot i 1 refer had two Mandof detach of them was made in into Whoso hands. Had fallen sent for his Mother and said her Quot if you will induce your other son surrender his army me i will spare the life of the one who is my her instant reply was Quot no 1 will not Purchase the life of one son with the Dishonour of another and the ruin of my this a historic and is More True than history Generali the ladies of Mexico dress with great exit. Gance and i suppose a greater profusion of Quot Pearl and Gold Quot i will not say More any other country. I remember that at a Ball at the presidents or. Bocanegra asked me what i thought of the mexican ladies were they As handsome As my own country women i of course avoided an Wering the Quesi iou i told him however that they were very Graceful and dressed much finer than our ladies. He said he supposed so and then asked me what i thought the material of the dresses of the two ladies Wlinich he pointed out had Cost and then told me that he happened hear his wife and daughters speaking of them and that the material of Tho dresses blonde i think had Cost one thousand dollars each. I asked on the same occasion a Friend of mine who was a merchant what i the Cost of on ornament for Tho h with diamonds of the Senora a. Me that knew very Well for he had import for her and that the Price was dollars she Woro other diamonds and pearls no doubt of equal value. I have said that there arc rarely if a any. Rillias social meet spend the evening Are qui re arc very thing like evening parties or Titi Long or Calls spend the evening Are quite tii Bual dear relations and eve Tihen of espionage Dre Niit at �11 relaxed. Per sons Olio Havo seen Inch other and been attached for Yeara often meet at Tho altar without Ever hav. Ing spent half an Hohr in each other company. La. Dies of the better classes never walk this Wei lepton one Day , the Day before Guot Friday i believe it is. But male the most o. This their Sartu Malu on that Day All the fashionable streets a re crowded with them in their Best Quot bibs and taste re Quot and a littering in Diamondi. The streets Are always however a Armitia with women of the midd plates. The Only Wom by these Are a Fie min. And a Peticos. A bin a Lapiten but a Weto King and a re Boia a Long shawl improperly at led by on bodies a Mantilla. This hey Weir Over the head Atid wrapped dose a Rotimi their dim and thrown overt eur . A people can Nile exception. Vith a Fine bust. Female of any description that if you meet a v they Are very Apt 1 Quot Quot Joza. Ano Taro a it open Tor a second All the purposes of shawl Bon. If Mexico i think generally smoke it is getting be considered not exactly comme i Faut and a Refore do it privately. As the Mer. Generally smoke they have the advantage which i can Swift recommends All who eat onions sweethearts do and frock body. Make we find the Folio Ful and cheering Orleans daily Delta beat rail so set and the in record of a Beau ident in the new has for the a the following extract from a let a Ritten frown one of Gen. Smith s staff Friend in the City shows that the wring the Sublime As Well As sky seemed a cd the hot b kindling Thi last night .11 the whole Ity delivered. Aging flames. The Efi jct was More sublimely Beautiful ii before looked upon and height the very i Jon templs Eagle a that hoped As if Light she lightened it _ Erous Beota. We looked Len of Happy augury position snipers Titio 1 Tho influence of Thi . Was absorbed in scene an american the ship twice or in the Mast and As destined Perch by eyespot All As he was swe length he alighted on and living tarried thet head of the gel 1. Ablessin on that he ral and his Iii Fash what Lise c the i from the journal of Commerce Money making curious world this i one would sup it was created chiefly As a mint Money in Coin after the several is invented by human ingenuity do men think of in what hey engaged 1 they begin added. He without costing dollars. The g incipient Spe font yet uns waddled not get into the world poor glad father Certai doctor who hands Over the if mortality the it Quot a the servant who watches its tender years the teacher that trains the Ninde the tailor that clothes the body hese and ail other sorts of ministers Luman wants must be paid they live by being paid. Men make Money out of us when we come into the world while we stay in it and when we go out of it. Not Ven the winding Sheet nor the Chilly grave is exempt from the Broad instrumentality of putting Money in the pocket. He that makes Money out of a coffin doth by regard it As any other article of fur lure in his shop. He loves hear its polished Beauty praised much More than listen the sobs of the poor afflicted ones who Are taking their last look while yet on the lid ready Wilh Calm and regard the sympathies of the occasion shut in. That loved though Ilay cold form and Seal it up till the morning of the resurrection. The worker n Marble too will etch a Beautiful inscription elaborated by some Superior Enius and breathing the spirit of piety it the chief thing with him is get so Nuch a letter. He thinks More of the smooth polish and Fine proportions of the monumental Stone than of the Rich senti nent or condensed thought he has exc ated with his Mallet out of the intractable material. Is it not he asks fully Worth the Money 1 there is no period of life then out of which men do not make Money a infancy childhood manhood lid age Nono of the calamities of individuals or nations but they must be turned into Gold. Pain disease broken Bones must All be paid for. Else the Quot Healing Quot would die out. The passions and oversees of men yield a Revenue else the Legal profession Ifould find its Quot occur lation even the sins and crimes if Man require Tho expensive establish nent of churches ordinances &c., though i must be confessed he who should expect make Money out of the gospel ministry would As a general thing miss the Mark albeit certain huge revenues Havo been accumulated in one Branch of Quot Christen Lom Quot properly called Pope Dom. Dear Nel if or. Polk should make such a requisition on the american clergy As Paredes has on the roman priests he night whistle for his War. The soldiers round soon be starved into peace. Men make Money out of the ignorance if their fellow men Lor if we expect be taught we must pay it. Aye pay Well of you Are so unfortunate is have a boy or two at a Quot select school Quot a a girl the image of her Mother the idol of her father at a Quot boarding they wore formerly called Figi schools and Well we re they named for they demanded the Atid Drew their pupils chiefly from Quot High 4ife.&Quot Many of them deserved the Quot Naine iof Hamburg schools. Meir Are no i indeed charged for sunlight for for rain by i when Tho Sun is gone Money is made out of Tho darkness and the free Waters of the Fountain Are often Impi Beisly sold for Silver. V Man by curious being. They make Tiney out of his curiosity. Thousands Are paid for sight seeing. Man is a mini Cai being Quot even so they manufacture music for him and charge him accordingly. Ohye Golden concert i be have a ill Uble har Mimy. Be make Siller Gingie in the ear of one party while the notes Tingle the ear of the other. Woman is vain fond of Bright colors Loving dress so As Odra red. How the Sollers of purple Anil Fine Linen do profit Liy it fortunes have Iken made but of the Pride and vanity As Well As out of the Necesse ties of human nature. Lusts and Appe spacious. The ters know it and they Pandi the lust of rum it if wine of tobacco of pleasure the luxurious appetite what monstrous structures have cd in this great City All for g is the god enthroned Ernsht Jim eds praised worshipped Den and Ever be deprecated it is going bloat the purse they rear Lin. Gain ined per this Sud War How 3 of some who regards the tears of the and the orphan f what Are they compared with Honor 1 with Money ? see hat Man going Down his counting House. He is after Money. He that rides is on Tho same business. 1 Street. Behold the Quick rightful brow the anxious a the turn the dialogue Ley. 3n make Money in every Lye wisely or fool with the head and i voice at Home and j yonder. Look into a step the Tho face the Paui it is All for in Short in Way justly or unjust Ashly they make it feel the hands and Thi abroad on the land and on Tho sea dig i out of the former and fish it up from the latter they plunder it from the sheep s body and Goose s backs they extract it from his Quill they it out of fire water and steam they extort it from ice itself they lug it across oceans and continents they get it and will get it by Hook or by Crooks they will get in out of the bodies and souls of their fellow men a they will sell their souls for it and yet eternal Wisdom and truth hath de reared that Quot the love of Money is the a oot of All evil Quot Olio believes it the City offal a glowing description i Given. Quot when Quot says Gei if Thi mos Phi shipping in Vith an Ordi Caps of the the ele Atit Little More situated i the Summit a direct 1 ill four the than Jalapa cent in the d bounded by Cle the a Arys Leral t., Quot the May see the f Vera Cruz spy Glass and the White Waves Wilh the naked Eye. N of Jalapa above Tho see is than four thousand feet. In n a Shell of the Monn Lains f which at Perote a distance 3e of about Twenty Miles is Island five Hundred feet High the whole horizon Exciton of Vera Cruz is stains. Amongst Orizaba which is Distant from Jalapa about Twenty five Miles. But from Thi remarkable Cle id the Sun is which it is Al seem be i fruits grow there he Are and Las 1 say that it who has not been Mexico conceive Almos Phe a Ness of the ing upon Thi Lys covered it does not Miles. All the tropical i and Are cultivated with Asle. It is not Exaggcra-3 impossible for one n the table lands of if a climate so Elysian. There is not a Day and scarcely in the year when one could say i wish it Ivere a Little warmer or a Little cooler is never warm enough put off your oat and rarely cold enough Button Gen. T., adds Quot no spot on Earth will be More desirable than this for a residence whenever it is in the Possession of our Wilh the government and Laws which they carry with them wherever they go. The March of time is not More certain this will be and probably at no Distant prior was brought before a judge More it Ted for pomposity than sound sense. Quot what is your business said the judge. Quot i am a poet Quot said prior. Quot of i a Pretl i have a brother who had the misfortune be a poet Quot said the judge. we Art , Quot up ther who has the mis Lorti said prior. In some what i have a broke be a fool Quot murder near pern. Burdor was perpetrated on monday he canal Quot near Peru. There reports in circulation but the following appears be the facts of Tho at a late hour on monday night or. Isaac Fulk left Peru on horseback and after Riding about three Miles on the Towpath met boat. , with the Driver of which a Young Man lamed Smith he had some altercation aus cd by his passing on the wrong Side f the team and getting entangled in the towline. Smith pulled him off his horse and picking up a Large Stone inflicted several severe blows upon the head of the unfortunate Man literally dashing his brains out and then threw him into Tho canal. The Quot boat then proceeded on its Way. A person living near the place hearing the quarrel came up and got the body out of Tho canal and procuring assistance followed the boat and arrested Smith. An inquest was held on the body and a verdict returned that the deceased came his death by wows inflicted on the head by Smith. The murderer was committed take his trial and the Steersman of the boat Tho Only hand on deck at the time of the occurrence recognized appear As a witness. A or. Fulk was a worthy and Public spirited citizen he was a member of the Volunteer company organized in Peru and had offered Advance a sum sufficient defray All expenses of taking the company the rendezvous at now Albany fort Wayne Sentinel. Many people talk of Equality but while they would be glad Havo those above them lowered Down they would not of Tho world have those below them levelled Quot pm. A it was Tho saying of an eminent divine that had found More Good in Quot bad people and. Moro bad in Quot Good Quot people than Ever h9.�pected. The Captain s yarn. Conversing with the Captain of o Sel the other Day related the Folly anecdote Quot i had a first rate officer sailed with me for several years. I an excellent Seaman and a perfect g Man. I remember 1 took him once italian opera in London and himself perfectly satisfied with formantes though he had no a sic did understand the Langi in is said that the friends of judge Mclean have come Tho conclusion not let him eat soup for three years at least if he docs they will watch him closely see that he Don eat it press. It gentle be the a til id the it ent Abol Quot Here s drank 1 the Vieara. Able a it of i Leloni was too bashful look a particular and very a character was his Domestic at lors roving about the world very constant in fad they too often act up the libertine proposition of Marmon Tell Quad on n a Pas Cebu on Aime in Faut Aime be do on a. But this Man was a perfect Model of conjugal Fidelity. He was always speaking of his wife he had no children always buying presents for her in every port visited. Well one Day we were lying off the River Gambia in Africa my mate after dinner leaned Back in his chair and fell asleep. 1 went on deck smoke a Cigar. When 1 Como Back 1 found poor m. Lying on the Cabin floor a Corpse a Sulden stroke of a plop Lexy had carried him off. 1 was in. Quot Quot tiler s de african fair Sec natural sweetness needs no perfumery nor color needs no Twenty cheers and grins by the in was a pretty saying of a Little boy who seeing two nestling Birds picking at each other inquired of his elder brother what they were doing. Quot they Are quarrelling Quot was the answer. Quot no replied the child Quot that cannot be they Are Bro the Brig uld Teil a made i hand s wife press ably shocked. had grave and every heart on Board was heavy at his loss. On Tho i age i was thinking All the who agony of a s poor wife when shot of his death. She always flew do heard our Brig ing up Tho Bay and i believe she every signal Flag that was thrown the station. Well we had no Soo fast the wharf when Down com some Hack and out Springs the or rigged out from top toe like a first Rato frigate on a gala Day with a fathom or two of ribbon astern of her. Poor girl 1 thought i How soon my Talo will Blench the Rose of your Cheek. A in husband she inquired is she sprang lightly on the deck showing a pair of Tiney feet eased in the Daniest Satin boots that Ever a French Shoemaker turned out. I m sorry say Madam said i that he has been very sick the color came and vent Inlo her Cheek. Tell All she cried grasping my Arm. Well then Madam said 1, if nothing strikes Tho heart with More acute painful ass than the sight of some Arlica of the usual wearing apparel of one who is no More it jars upon one of those mysterious chords of feeling of Tho heart which we All know by experience it agony the Vatican at Rome is an immense pile of building beyond All imagination its extreme length through the apartments and not duplicating a single room is seventy nine thousand feet or nearly fourteen English Miles. It has four thousand rooms and two Hundred flights of i must say it i Jingo was her and off again in a and the next a my Orchant s Eli his hands de arse for pc Lions Only i 3 dead glad of it by Wor. She was ashore tying of a reef Point a she was married Thi in in the buc Belor was 01 be rules. The Captain plunged pockets of his Pilot mexican insolence and american the correspondence which took place Between Ampudia and Gen. Taylor previously the commencement of hostilities and has recently been published by order of Congress there is a passage in old rough and read tvs last answer the mexicans which finely Marks the Cool Demeanour and gentlemanly decorum that characterizes our hero. It is this effect Quot i take leave slate that 1 consider the tone of your communication highly exception Able where you stigmatize the movement of the army under my orders As marked with the Seal of Universal reprobation you must be aware that such language is not respectful in itself either me or my government and while i observe in my own correspondence the Courtesy due your High position and the magnitude of the interests Wilh which we Are respectively charged i shall expect the same in did you Ever we select the following paragraphs from the Boston mail did you Ever know a lady with very White Teeth out her Liand Over her Mouth when she laughed 1 did you Ever know a boy keep a piece of Plum cake till it was Mouldy did you Ever know a Money dealer that did expect a panic and great distr Ras in the Money mar did you Ever know a person believe you when you explained How you got a Black Eye did you Ever know a Young lady that did not have some very curious pieces of sewing that she could it let the Young gentlemen see did you Ever know a Young lady who was too weak stand up during player in Church who could not dance All night without being Tirol at All i did you Ever know a Young Man held a skein of yarn for his favorite without Gett Uig it strangely tangled 11 Dandy pc Quot blend Quot do . Quot Guy i Massai splendid Quot think i la do Casar Quot As a never seed you look so Fine before Ife. Why Yon look just As bold Why what do Yon know about a lion Quot of you fool thai a can help Dat n tic inst. The last Teason of which we hive heard for Aan s going Texas waa Given by Thi team boat Yeater Fay. Saia he a he took Bis breakfast table Quot i wish Giva Yott notice thai evening i Start my steam and put my paddle hts few and Lega in motion Fot Texas. I snagged Quot Quot Quot Quot Quot if in. He Elia Greitl learn lha and duties of. Tables in actions cognizable in justices state of Indiana by w. W. Lick and. W. Wick and l. Liar our attorneys at Public sized and for Sale by c. B. Davis and w. A. Day i. Co. ,, , feb. 17,18t& looked through the volume ise on Law i Stative Tho i Sticks of the peace and con courts in the. A. Barbour ery forcibly impressed with its general Cor value the put \ and info Otthat treats of Tho ii Uii Uii i uni Iti Iki ia�8 upon contracts Sod Tiff bearing of the decisions of the supreme court of the United states upon that important ques Ion in which i fully concur with theauthor Adf work. Ishall place it in my Library for reference As being one o the very Best works of the kind yet published. Very truly .0. . Messes. Davis i div Rubli Shera. . March itch is16. Messes. Davis so Dav Gen Imo. I have cursorily looked through the treatise by Wick and Barbour. Just published by you in relate info Tho Powers and duties of justices of the Skace and constables and embracing a variety of useful matter not bling Wil Iii the Ordinary scope of Uili a work. Tho Law seems be Laid Down Wilh elea Netis anday a. Racy the Cim stuns Are numerous Ami the order Alia Matho Dof the whole work Are excellent. It Calinst list prove a valuable instructor for All such Oti ices an economical guide every Man of business Ami even the practical attorney will often find his labors abridged by giving it a place in his Library. It richly deserves and i Hope it will receive a iil�ra1 patronage. Yours very truly Jas. Vohl comb. Is Masartis March 9th, 181s. Cen Flemen i respecting the Tria Tiso of messes. Wick and Barbour relating the Powers and do lies of justices of the peace and constables i am of opinion that in is a most valuable work and should a be in the Lian Sof every Justice in Indiana and that All classes of our citizens would be much posted by a careful perusal of Utility of the Book will be mors apparent la magistrates As Well on account of the great number Anil variety of indispensable forms As of the state Lory and other references hardly elsewhere found indicating the whole Law in almost every class of action coming before justices of the Peaco be Sullivan. 1 Indian. Davis 4, Dai is Sarous March is 1816. Gentlemen�?1 have examined of your request Tho treatise respecting the Powers and duties of justices of the peace &c., written by messes. Wick and Barbour and recently published by you. It Isa work i. Am confident that will found exceedingly tuneful a the transact a of business justices courts and messes. A Nolle a Ware. Large kettles pots skillets and kids _ us fire dogs bake pans Sako pans sic j e.&Quot-mar27 of sol. Hith Dianna amp co. Matt Motif Stab. Belie een Washington and Market streets directly opposite the Sentinel office up the Alley Indianapolis. The subscriber most respectfully informs the Public that he has taken great pains Rcpt and improve his extensive stables and prepare for Tho in Forta Ole accommodation of houses. His stalls Are Large and Roomy and horses requiring Matthern doors can be eolo Atid., j keeps constant on hand a Supply of Good. A is amp Trifero tar wites travellers or City customers at Tho lowest rates. His hustlers Ore Well acquainted with their business and will a ecu a any commands with prompt Quot Quot member the Lugisk tire can have their Homes kept in the Best manner where they can see and ride them a often a they pet Anat rat Isas Quot sunt Sce uie Quot Mammoth so and its Peru Lister. Ladies and misses bit ii and slippers. Ujj Adies super Blacke list kid Slippere very do Ioir slip Pola very Fine do super White English Fkd slippers Dextro Fine do super coloured English do Supe Quot Philadelphia gaiters and half gaiters misses super Blacl and coloured kid slippers do super Black and coloured gaitors and huf Gail do super English kid busking and ties do super Carp and a Mibu likens and ties children a shoes of every description and pried by the Lilile pair or Bushel. Cut a at the Siglief the Barf Bat if he word Back Ber Shoutd be Given i reckon i la be the last obey it now Captain he added and Here he dropped metaphor and Bpck it in Worda having a literal signification Quot now Captain i have been on Board your boat for four Yeara i have had during that time i7&a month paid a Early up and my grub a Utilish Good grub at that thrown in. But Captain after All this. I am not Worth the brat red cent. The fact the it Alt what from me in the a Hape of Exon uses for occasionally whaling fellow now off Texas this evening where i ran do All my. Fighting All my beating on me ctn . offer Tam Bur Ferrao look out for my . Ages of my it ii Oak nes. It b said 8 about Airty a a of year of age Gen. 8cot about sixty four and Gen. Taylor a Oliy Al. Shoes shoes shoes Tiren Fine goal Brogan pegged a it do Fine Goat Downing sewed do Fine Guot Nau Ifica rated do Fine calf shoes Lowed and pegged do Fine cloth gaiters with Morocco toes. Do Fine Alf and Morocco slipped ,=.ignof,,Booc i webs. Splendid a Ason ment of a. Deals Iota jxc001&parasoui and Shade a Choice Sill 10. 30tf ,

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