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Indianapolis Indiana Democrat (Newspaper) - July 31, 1846, Indianapolis, Indiana A blk Ted and Publ Bep a Quot Robbison amp Spann Blake s buildings up stairs of Pfosi t Bouming s Wasington Hall. Terms of subscription. $2 00 por year for single topics if paid in and Al 50 if paid Witlin six months. 3 00 if payment be delayed to the end of the year. A where Beeper soils subscribe a flick and pay within the. First ninety Days Eicr the a Date of $1 50 each will be received for the year or 52 numbers. A class of Twenty at one Post offic it to la is each i paid in Advance clubs of fifty subscribers will be supplied with 52 numbers or a year thus counted f Advance. Terms of advertising advertisements at one Dollar per Square of 250 cams equal to 12 lines for the first flirt cents for each additional i a we �?�m0cmu a adv. Five Cut Irren Ondesco of Iho a Willimore san. Washington july 16, 1846. Fizz or no will marriage or no a to age wife or not a the questions to be settled by his hone judge Ca Usiri of the orphan s court on the second tuesday of August,. But what to whom do they refer maybe asked. Well gentle Reader if you will tear with me a moment till i Sharpen my quilt for the subject is a delicate one 1 will give you the Points. Well Here goes. Some time last. General John p. Van Ness of this City a gentleman Well known throughout the United states at one time a member a of Congress for a number of years mayor of this City and time of his death. President of the Bank of the Metropolis died intestate leaving an immense Fortune. Shortly after his death. Gov. G. P. Van Ness brother of the deceased and Pri Cipal heir to the estate and late collect of customs at n. York obtained letters of administration upon the estate first having sworn that he made due and diligent search amongst the papers of the general and had discovered no will. An advertisement immediately appeared in our City papers signed by one of the relatives of the family in new York offering a Reward to any one who would furnish evidence of a Vertise to have ral. Rumor now a was in the Field. Van Ness who i supported by the Radii made by the Gene lid that another Richmond Viz it in Misdom of Gen. N her own name and As the son John p. Van nes jr., claimed All the property. For some time it was Uncertain who was tie widow As no one heard knew or imagined that Gen. V. N. Had married or even thought of marrying since the death of his much esteemed lady some years since. Finally it was announced that mrs. Mary f. Connor As she has been called Here for ten years or More past Laid claim to the widow s mite of the valuable estate. matters have gone on since then no will or evidence of a will has been produced and the administrator has attended to his duties As such. But Early lost week a distress was levied on mrs. C. Or mrs. V. N. As the Case May he for rent she having lived in a Bouse belonging to the Gen. And considerable rent being due by the administrator. A writ of Replevin was immediately issued by the lady in the name of Mary e. V. N a and the goods were re levied. The next Friday last a petition was filed by the lady accompanied by several letters nine in number said to have been written to her both before and after the marriage. These letters All speak the most affectionate language and Are dated at Philadelphia and Washington. Those of the latest dates Call her Quot my dear wife Quot &c., and speak fondly of Quot our son Quot a sic. The petition Sels Forth that they wore married in Philadelphia August 46, by a person whom Tho general addressed As Quot or. Alderman Quot that Tho general got a certificate of the marriage and kept it with the intention to Alix it to his will that the cause of the marriage being kept secret was the unwillingness of the Gen. To make known his marriage to the world and because he could not introduce her to his family As his wife without producing Meh displeasure. The petition concludes with a prayer that the administrator be cited to appear before the court and show cause Why his letters should not be revoked and granted to her the widow As she is entitled to by Law. The last prayer was granted and gov. Van Ness was cited to appear on tuesday last he did appear and the cause was set for the 2d tuesday in August so As to enable All parties to be a reared. Quot the letters Are said by the party in Possession of the estate to be forgeries. It a supposed an Issue will be made out in the orphan s court and sent up to the. Circuit court where a jury will have to May whether the general left a will or. Widow or both and if he did where and will is and who is the widow. Eminent counsel have been engaged Hon. George m. Dallas vice president of the u. S., col. R. Lee of Philadelphia h. H. Dent of Washington and others appear for the lady. Messes. Cox and Carlisle Are the Only counsel for the go i Vernof heard. This Case should it be sent up and the Case of Frincis Render the proceedings of the next circuit court Rich decidedly Rich. It a Atho result of Tho affair is of the greatest interest to ii nimber of persons who have pure leased real estate from the Gen. Since this marriage As stated took place As in Tho event of the lady s Success in establishing her claim she will be entitled to her Dower therein. It will also effect certain Grants Mado to churches and other societies by the general. V. To some of Tom marshal s soldiers attempted to shoot him a few nights since. The powder was wet and the pistols would not go Oft onto Dently Tom was not popped. Mirtho report that Tho now comets can to seen with Quot Good glasses Quot is denied by a person who says to took six glasses to see the comets but enl Tato . It Indianapolis Friday 31, 46.� total darkness. A Sublime scene a Sagna la Grande on the Island of Cuba was the Only place where total darkness was produced by the eclipse of the Sun on Tho-2sthof april last. from that place to the new York Sun communicates the observations of or. Styles a the eclipse commenced at 9h. 42m. 30s. A. M., sky Clear. Fahrenheit s thermometer at 70 degrees. As Tho time of total darkness approached All animated nature gave signs of approaching night Man Only excepted. He of urse repaired to the most favourable Points of observation but the gala Day amusements which usually accompany a general urn out Here were wanting on this occasion. Tho hilarity and mirth of our Gay dons and see oras gave place to indications of chastened feelings and emotions of Awe this Sublime evidence of almighty pow the slaves abandoned their dec Patio and m Many cases they might be seen on their Knees worshipping our creator. No were they alone in this. Few could a far forget their Depond Cnoc on god in to thick darkness which surrounded us at mid Day As to refuse to worship him. The darkness came upon us gradually and seventeen minutes past eleven the Sun was totally obscured there stood to Moon covering the whole face of the sul and presenting the appearance of a great Black Ball in the heavens with rays of Light diverging from behind it. The Ray gave out a Pale Aurora like reflection upon the Earth resembling that cast by the Moon when half full. This lasted Only fifty seconds and at a Little past twelve the eclipse ended. There was no perceptible change in the thermometer. A few scientific gentlemen from London and Paris sent out by their respective ,.came Here to Lake Obs evasions and have been highly pleased with the result Tho Day being altogether favourable. They had All the necessary instruments with them and will no doubt publish an interesting statement to the scientific scene in real i it if. All have heard of waking up the wrong passenger but Here is a Case of calling up the wrong relation and it loses none of its Romance from being actually instead of possibly True the names of the parties being the Only fiction. In one of our fashionable streets in the Vicinity of the tasty richly attired rooms of the upper five hundreds but a few Days since a gentleman met three persons a woman of forty five or so a son of eighteen and a daughter perhaps a year younger who from their dress rustic looks and speech showed of once they wore from a Back settlement strangers to the City its streets customs and people. Each bad a Load of Good things a products of the land and the careful Industry of the Abunda farm House occupants of the Thrifty West such As poultry butter eggs new Laid and fresh vegetables. They Wero Quot Hunting up Quot an elder member of the family a son who had been educated for a physician who had removed to our City and Quot set Quot up Quot for himself. He had married too and much had the anxious family heard of the splendor of the Young a physician s House my the Beauty and urbanity of his City life. They were paying their first visit to them. They Courtes cd to the gentle and inquired if he could direct them to or. Smith s House. To yes Quot said the gentleman Quot he lives yonder Quot pointing to a splendid mansion but a few Steps Distant. The parly lost no Lime in entering the front parlor which was at that moment unoccupied and seating themselves on Quot Nice it was Tho very place an d All the Quot Nice things Quot of which they had heard in Tho country were there. How Beautiful they looked to them can Only he realized by the person who can remember a first visit to a City from a Homestead in the untutored country. In no Little uneasiness did they await the the doctor or his wife Ere Long the lady of the House wholly unconscious of iter visitors entered the tidy i Parment where they were setting which twas the signal for a Mother s salutation. Dropping her gifts at her feet the Strong maternal arms of Tho yearning Mother in m instant clasped the toilet decked neck of the somewhat astonished lady. 01 How glad i am to see be my dear Datterl Quot exclaimed the Joy spoken old lady then giving her a kiss followed by a and embrace she gave Way to a Quot stand out of the Road Mother and let me come Quot Laid by the girl who had awaited an Opportunity and who As near As she could Reta Embar followed the Mode of salutation she had just witnessed. Then stepped up the son who taking her by the hand would have smothered Ner lips with kisses i to this was too much n explosion of to per and an explanation followed i the Well meaning country people to their Groat mortification Folind out that they had waked up the wrong relation and that that was i Haj House and that the wife of another or. Snath 1 the exit to the Street of the Poil try butter &c., with their owners was but the work of moment 1 the astonished mrs. Smith who but a moment before had it Sunda Mother brother and sister quite unexpectedly was left alone to acquire on equilibrium from the temporary excitement while Hei non opera wended their Way to another Street for Tho. Dwelling of another or. . is said that the Copper Ore. Of Juke Superior commands �?�4,000 per ton i Nile. of Unna tubal growth and Ambrose pare a left accounts of cases in which the anti body was covered with hair and Daniel Turner voting from Peter Messias the authority of Daman Centis relates Quot that upon the confines of Pisa at a place called the holy Rock a girl Yas born All Over hairy from the Mother s unhappy rumination and often beholding the picture of st. John Tho Bap till hanging by tie bed Side drawn in his hairy a French physician Ollivier writing recently narrates the Case of a lady remarkable for Tho fairness of her skin and Beauty of her deep Black hair who was the subject of fever and while recovering perceived Tho whole surface of her body to to in i state termed Quot Goose in a few Day the Little elevations looked dark at the Summit and were surmounted each by a Short Black hair which grew very rapidly so that at the end of i month every part of the body with the exception of h face the Palms of her hands and the sob of her feet was covered with a Short hairy coat of about an Inch in on the towards inferiors. Nothing shows a greater abject Ness spirit than an overbearing temper Appel ing in a person s behaviour to in Feria to insult or abuse those who dare i answer again is a sure Mark of Coward ii As it would be to attack with a drawn sword a woman or a child. When therefore you see a person Given to insult his inferiors you May assure yourself he will creep to Bis superiors for the same baseness of mind will Lead him to act the part of a bully to those who cannot resist and of a Coward to those who can. But though servants and other dependents Moy not have it in their Power to retort the injurious usage they receive from their superiors they Are sure to be even with them by the character they spread abroad of them through the world. Upon the whole the proper behaviour to inferiors is to treat them with generosity and humanity but by no Means with familiarity on the one hand or with insolence on the snagged. The st. Louis new Era of the 14th inst. Says a Quot the Steamer Archer bound from this port to Weston Wilh a heavy id valuable cargo of merchandise and groceries struck a Snag about 8 o clock sunday torning a few Miles below mount pleasant in the Missouri River and came very near being lost. The Snag which was the limb of a tree some 18 inches in diameter entered Tho Hull Forward of the lain Hatch tearing a Hole its full size and projecting some two feet into the in Ide of the Hull. A Careen which the boat took at Tho time caused it to break if from the main Stock and to this May be attributed Tho preservation of the boat id a Large portion of her valuable cargo As the Snag remained tight and firm in the aperture which it had made. Means were immediately resorted to to Stop the leak which they did not succeed in doing until she had shipped about 18 inches murder at Jersey City. This ordinarily i diet lilo City in miniature Ivas thrown into a Tevor of excitement yesterday by the information that or. E. M Spencer a resident there had murdered his wife by shooting her Abonit Midnight on tuesday. Tho fact As to have Learned them Are briefly these Spencer a a native of Canandaigua in this state and a travelling lecturer on mesmerism d to his Lata wife about a year he had gone on South lecturing and returned a few Moths of when he took a Small ii ouse in Jersey City and soon after his wife s Mother and brother came to reside Wilh him. Latterly they have lived very unhappily Roget Fer and de has been to harsh in his treatment that a few Days Nee she was compelled to have him Boid Over keep the peace. On tuesday night he returned at a late hour id on going to his wife s a ailment Aho refused him admittance whereupon to grew so violent inc called for Aid to her brother who was in an Idjo Inin room. He came and As a a opened the door to give him admittance h or husband rushed by him and drawing a revolving pistol san oped it at her within a few feet of Lite person. The a Only exploded and As she partly turned to avoid him he discharged the second barrel at her he Ball from which took a Teet under the Rit irm passing upwards through Tho lungs coming jut on the left Side of the Throat and severing the jugular vein. She fell to the floor bathed in her blood exclaiming Quot you have shot me Quot and at he Bamo moment the wretched Man pointed the pistol at his own heart when Young Dobbin sprang and caught his hand holding it firmly with tie muzzle of the pistol inclining downwards he was immediately secured and taken to Pii Aon ind a Coroner s jury being summoned a verdict if wilful murder was returned against him. In the morning David grahamesq., was pm for and by his advice to refused to answer my questions at the examination which was Leld in the Tempe nce Hall which was filled Vilh the excited Ono among the causes assigned for the commission of this rash act is that mrs. Spencer had re a y him to the South and Aid in ires by exhibiting Heta Elf Asau the True cause however. Irom Good authority is jealousy. Fused i clairvoyant subject the True cause he Asif Bavo it irom Good authority and we Ara informed that Tho unfurl believed he had Good cause to suspect his wife of an important merchant of this City. On the other hand it is said that Sha was an exemplary member of the Baptist Church in Jersey City Mure really respected for her amiable Dopol Board the boat and with her uncommon Beauty As with her modest Ladylike deportment though he did not know who she was. He was among the crowd who thronged to see the murdered wife end was shocked beyond expression to find in the lifeless Corpse covered with Brown blood the Beautiful woman who on the Day previous had so attracted or. Spencer having refused to answer any questions was yesterday fully committed to answer the charge of Mari or and the Cash will he a ant it to tha next grand aur. Of Den. V tie Hob and murder of Duncan. A Gei Illman lion Edwardsville Givi a us a f alluded on wednesday last and from Niento the truth of which we hav 1 doubt the affair seems to have 10 a Trust a Man at Duncan s Houise to hit a d. A stored no Icsis Lance but the Man refined to be arrested. On this an altercation ensued in which Duncan Choki a and thrust out of his House to make the arc so and Iii upon icy d. A severe beating. On the following Olio of i went persons went to c by the follow which to refused i i Ilion. Duncan i Deville to had Threalt cd him under which one be in was armed. This Man gave bail for Hisai a nine on Ihu saturday following the Day r a a a a a a a .-1 had been Wati ird to leave. C tuesday la in his Carriage with a worn has lived Wilh him for soil taken by a Large parly of i Hundred near Tho Home re Poi. Or. Law the parly Aii preaching they Refl the Carriage and fled for in House aria when within about Ali pity s eps of in House inc assailing in Rev fired a Xiii Dunc on Ani he upon them. Or. Page lir cd. I Ivica full partly Ripon Lii l nc.-. Pieri i in by a i viral Hall L�-0 of who exp 11iii scr Bel r four Balli the i and Rusiti Gnu he wlm Mil to Williams to e. Mrs. Willis and the mob Coli Iii who was there alone Wilh a number of Emoly children Cal heard the children and Imit Poi session of the Firo place Ali ill mrs. Pae a Lei pled to herself under lilo Lii a. Ali firing Inlo the House continuing mrs. Will air prevailed on jars. Page 10 leave which she did and escaped Inlo a emn ii old and i Hnisdo her Way to a House about a mile end a half this we or. Duncan had no hand in the Malier and thai a Large of Ihn Moli in is Liel tved Wai from an adjoining in univ. A lie sul Jel will a brought before the grand . Loim ii Iii Itcan juin 17. We regret to learn from the i Ellsburg 1 Rei Lial Imp. Freeman h. Cross. Col. Lane s Region enl from Indiana Ai live of the gentleman of that name Bel the Louisville legion and of colonel Cross killed on the Rio Grande was do owned by falling Olf the wharf boat at Vicksburg on the 12lli Insl while the James Hewitt on which boat the Reni Mem Emba Iki a fur new Oil cans was lying. In the Landing. The whig sars thai if his body should be found it will be decently interred that his friends can reclaim it if they desire c. Was from Charlestown Indiana interest on tic Illinois debt. The is. Louis lieu Lilian old Ai Rilay is we ind thai Lury of the is Jov. Ford will apply can be made for the the ens to the Pavi. The Siale dbl. Titis is the first Payi $30,000, which Ovll essm is Over which the sex lad no control a of the whole Ai Loyid holders i ire disposed i Vilh the req i of the la fam the Al Ca Albany Democrat. Read i Seadi Bead and compare the following is a comparison of the expense if whig and demo Eralie adminis rations As ill rated by those of gov. Bigger and guv. Whip comb for the last six years in this Siale. Ali from the official report is advisable 1 while no for inc purpose of trying whig Gery Agi Digger s administration i. Expenditures for 1841,. $104,690 48 Quot 18-12, 108,34 3 72 Quot 1843. I47,5 >4 76 total $360,588 96 Whitcomb s administration lie expenditures for 1844, $93,368 73 total three years of gov. Bigger a whig and Ion $360,598 96 Whit of �0-limb s Demi adminis Lri of 1841 0 1842 1843 Quot $129,007 94 ice 181-1, -$11,35175 Quot 1845, 37,Al 43 Quot 1846, 80,464 76 total Sci $129,007 94, iving to the state of nearly 05-one Hundred and thirty thousand Dollar Silli of k mree Yean so much for the Ascendancy of the democratic laity in Indiana. It presents a flattering slate of things a Tho administration of the slate go citizens of Indiana the above tables Are worthy if your careful attention. They speak volumes fou Well know that nothing bul Tho Moat rigid a Ononia and the Best management can relieve you from the bordens which have been heaped upon the state and restore you to Prosperity and Freedom irom Tho charge of bankruptcy. You Well know How the slate debt has operated to prevent the increase of settlement and of the value of your lands. Under the present administration the preliminary Steps have been taken to free von from this debt. More has been done than r any body thought could be done. In three y years 1 the 1 of the e policy Iff the difficult a a a. Half of Tho Debi will be extinguished and the interest on theother half will be paid. has been diminishing the state expenses and training Levory ii Erve to accomplish this purpose. Will you Ilen remove him 10 make room for a whig governor who is so ignorant of the important me arcs taken for this purpose that has not even read the ban and who in All probability will return to Tho old system of lavish expenditure a no fellow citizens la a voice of Thunder you will answer no you will give this response at the polls Yoa will compare inc above Slat Minu. They show Yoa Tho Plain Una rushed truth. You will Bear it a mind. Turn out then Ono and All you will do i estate service. You will beat promote your own interest. You will Best serve Tho Causo of Liberal principles. Turn out thou a one Irrea stable Phalanx and proclaim to the world that the tiled and faithful Ici Tinl shall be upheld. I. A a a Cir let it stand or in Tho life and speeches of Henry Clay published by Greely and m Elrath. We find the last speech of the great embodiment introduced As follows on the 2sth of february or. Clay in anticipation of his retirement from Public life submitted to Tho Senate resolutions indicative of the line of policy upon which in his judgment Tho Federal government should be conducted. These resolutions coming up for consideration Quot lir. Clay spoke As follows for the special Benefit of the friends of or. Clay we must again present on and Valorme duties. Here they Are from that same Well mated speech made As deliberately As any one that Ever fell from the lips of the i Thor during his Long Public life. It c not be pretended that they Are not his deliberate and settled opinions Quot compare the difference Between specific and the and Valorme system of duties and i maintain that the latter is justly Chi titled to the preference. I say that in theory and according to every sound principle of , the and Valorme Mode of taxation is entitled to the preference. The articles from which the greatest amount of Revenue has been drawn As woolens linens Silks Cottons v teds and a few others have All been taxed on the and Valorme principle and to has been no difficulty in the operation. I believe upon the whole that it is the Best Mode. In England As All who have read the Able report made by or. Hume a scottish member in the House of commons must perceive they seem to be giving up specific duties and the tendency in Thi Public mind appears to be instead of hav ing a variety of and Valorme duties to have one permanent fixed rate of duty of All articles. I am willing i repeat to adhere to this great Prindle As Laid Down in the Compromise this speech was made in 1842. The whole country had a right to conclude that these were the principles of the whig party. But now observe How they disregard their own doctrines avowed before the presidential election of 1844. Here is what Daniel Webster said a few Days ago Quot it is a bold proposition that and Valorme duties even for Revenue Are altogether preferable to specific duties. I have not heard it before from any Public Man. I have heard it from other persons persons hanging sometimes about the custom houses and sometimes about committees of Congress persons of anomalous character. But i do not remember Ever to have heard it from the lips of any Public Man before anywhere or at any time that a Universal system of and Valorme duties was desirable or ought in any Case to be adopted. Now sir Here we Are at the commencement of this great discussion. Tho principle of the Bill is such As i have mentioned that it can be usefully amended by any other amendments than such As touch that principle i do not believe. For myself unless i should see occasion or Feci it to be my duty to propose or to support amendments which go to Chango the principle of the Bill and to restore the specific duties i do not propose to trouble the Senate with any proposition of Lou. Dem. From the sit Cit daily ladies is. Bowling a lilies. On Friday morning Tho 10th of july Between the hours of one a and two about forty ladies of the Village of Utica Michigan secretly assembled proceeded to a Bowling Alley armed with axes hatchets hammers &c., and completely demolished it. They had viewed this insidious foe to their Domestic peace for some time with an an bus and jealous Eye and no waited in vain for some Legal proceeding against it determined for once to take the. Law into their own Hainds. They t at it with much spirit and Energy hacked the bed of the alleys Tore Down the Walls razed the roof to the ground and finished with trampling upon and breaking to pieces the Rook the build no was 80 feet Long and this work of de it Rution was accomplished in Little less than an hour Domestic open a sales of Tho season Shew a considerable decline in Tho prices of printed Calir Oes sat nets and Broad cloths and half a ent a Yard on heavy Plain Cottons. Col. Hicks of Mone ovum once a ave in Kentucky and afterwards in new Orleans he is now a commission merchant 1 Monrovia doing business Worth 84,000 r per Annun. The next president. A the Poughkeepsie journal a leading democratic paper in new York is out in favor of Silas Wright As next president. Mother Mother i Here s Zeke fretting the baby. Make him cry again Zeke then Mother will give him some sugar and i la take it away from him then hell Squall and Mother will give him More and you can take that and Well both have Quot dark Emi Quot said Jonathan in a recent skirmish with Tho mexi Musj Quot they re a shooting bullets Quot As he sorrowfully gazed Hole in his hat. It 1� said Ihm general Taylor has a Cut Back i hot of his mexican prisoners declaring that i had rather Gyhl them than feed them. Many of them War loth to making in All its branches. Nohe subscriber most respectfully informs the pub a. Tic that in Indianapolis in the above is now ready to execute any order in Hia line with neatness and of Espach. He Manuel cares All articles in Tho Carriage order such As carnage buggies Roskaft ays and Rocka Way buggies or any after vehicle and will warrant his Worl of the Best Quality. He has worked a Temi Well 1 quainter with the Faical Improto meals and Washic of work. Olepa Tinb will be Doveina Neamand durable manner and at such prices As will be satisfactory to his customers lie is determined to do Hia work in Tho most substantial manner works Good materials and at fair prices. He Hosea for a Libenia share of patronage. His shop 13 on Dela Vare a tract immediately West of the court House. K. G. Coving on. April 8, 1846 30-ly_ m a hts fans. A be found at w. H. Talbot is jewelry Storo to of Fine fans. These fans by thing heretofore brought this place. Also a few steel worked bags of Rich in a a i Sal cheap. Storo oppo a a h. Talbott.100 j Oil. Copay varnish a i Lead venetian red Lampblack. Amp in. Amp a. And for Sale by a nov. 28. 1s45. 4if David craighead., _ a new suf pm. Tust received a new and a is Hanabu Supply of to jewelry and fancy goods to suit the Edison. Among which May be found a lot of to i Beautiful Pink Carnea Bra ast pins aug Brach Leta clasps Diamond pointed Gold i cons. Steel and Jet buttons with a very general assortment of notions usually kept a an establishment of the kind. Tho Stock a Large so that every variety of Tasie can be suited. The goods will be sold Gnu Sunlly cheap. Those wishing to Purchase shall not go away dissatisfied Wilh the prices As i am determined to sell. Tha Public Are respectfully Solidi cd to Call and dec Iho pictures no matter whether they wish to buy or not. A the goods will bar inspection to Hoo to show Thero. Store opposite the Washington Hall and 3 doors East of Drake s hotel. May 15. 33tf Vav. Ii. to country Serc habits. A Are or Parini 1 Chandike by wholesale for country i Rod i ind cosh. Our Assort met is general Ive Solit Lour orders for goods. No of owl v s Ali log store. 01 d. , nails and Glass. Sale by mar27 if i a hanna.ciiadibbay . Florence braid Straw Imp and Jiw nets which we will sell very cheap. April to 30lf j. Tawns. Orsted Cotton Umb Tom Pyramid and lace lawns Choice goods fur Sale cheap by in 10. 30lf j. A. Tal Beltt. A be st pcs. assume it on hand and for Sale at reduced prices by d. C1� a farm Fob Sale. The subscriber wishes to sell one of the most valuable farms in Marion county lying Tivo Miles South East of Indianapolis and Immy Diati by contiguous 10 the Madison and Indianapolis Luil Road. The farm consists of 3c0 a Rea of Good Rich dry land full one Hundred acres Are Well cleared and iwo Hundred acres Well fenced containing Fine Blue grass Pas Lurea. The it att is Well Wii Leittl Wilh several never failing Springs and also by a Smisl never failing Stream or Branch. I he buildings consist of a Good comfortable dwelling House Wilh five rooms a Good Brick Emoke House a Brick milk and meal House a Brick dry House for drying fruit Ard one of the Best and Musl commodious barns in the country. The land is Well timbered and has a very Eite Sivo Lugar Camp. Their is a Fine Apple and peach or hard on the premises which furnishes a Garcal abut any person desirous of purchasing a line farm on Good icbms will please Call open Jimines Blake or pm. H. Morrison at Indianapolis who will make known All the particular Jacob Turner. I Jive fresh goods. Subscribers beg leave to inform her nume ind the Public generally that Ryphe subscriber Nas just received dirt i from the j. East an Wand Foshion Ablo Stock of Spring and summer goods. Ule styles of fancy goods have been selected with great care amongst which will be found English French and american prints May 1,18-15. 33waa. O. , Staple and fancy to. I. Palmer House Indianapolis boots a a shoes. Quot Vire have ust receive and Are now opening an w an excellent assortment of ladies and Gen a a boots amp shoes among Finiw to Lorna half Gaiter Slipp ii. Which tuba to lower than an in Iho Market a aft i 10 j. cards. Rehb subscriber agent for Selling Cotton and j. Woollen Machini cards manuf cared at Leicester mass., keeps on hand a Good Asson Merit Ald at Short notice can furnish them in any of Antty that May be wanted. They Are All warranted Ami will be sold together with tacks Emory and com Plale at the lowest Caa dec29-tf no. 1, Palmer Houst shoes shoes i shoes do Fine Goat Downing st a i do line Goat Nullifier i sewed. Do Fine calf shoes sewed and pegged do Tine d orsay gaiters very fide do line Plain cloth Gaiter is do Fine cloth mailers with Morocco toes do Fine calf and Morocco slip for Sale cheap Quot Quot 39if sign Oua Sisalli. Fan Fob Sale. Lying about Sii Miles South East of Indian Apo iiac�tttaining80actesjtween35nnd 40 Aero boarded House a Molix House and a tables. The Lami Jacob Turner. 1. It or Leaf Hall the . R Fot a ale to wer 11 a a and in Market by Prii 17. A 3iif i j. A Talbott

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