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Indianapolis Indiana Democrat (Newspaper) - March 27, 1846, Indianapolis, Indiana Printed and Rubli bed by m0rb180iv a Spann v Balfe s buildings up stairs opposite Browning a washing Xin Jall. Terms of subscription. To 00 per year for Biol amp topics if paid in and 60 if paid within six month. $3 00 if payment be delayed to the end of the year. Where five Perono subscribe at one Post Mcc and pay within the first ninety Days after the Date of subscription a 50 each will be received for the year or 52 numbers. Clip Btu of Twenty at one Post Mcc at f i 25 ,5i Bonsai a or a Usif wed for $40 in Advance. Terms . Advertisements at one Dollar per Square of 250 Ems equal to 12 lines for the first three weeks Twenty five cents Lor each additional insertion. Advertisements of a Square three months for five dollars. Pleas Dav ouija Twenty one biddies. Dean Swift often Speaks of a Queen whose name read backward or Forward is always the same. Ii. Call a Kitchen maid by it and still the same name read backward or Forward is always the same. Iii. A Prophet of old had a Mother whose name. Read backward or Forward is always the same. In. And of female recluses we know that the name read backward or Forward is always the same. V. When you speak to a lady you la find that the name read backward or Forward is always the same. I. When a child you were dressed in a thing whose name Lead backward or Forward is always the same. Vii. Then too you were fed with something whose name r cd backward or Forward is always uie same. Viii. You May travel abroad in a Carriage whose name. Read backward or Forward is always the same. In. You May pass Over a Flat piece of ground whose name read backward or Forward is always the same. X. Where the Lamb trots about by a creature whose name read backward or Forward is always the same. Al you May go out and walk at an hour whose name. Read backward or Forward is always the . Or you May ride at a previous hour whose nime. Read backward or Forward is always the . If you Are a gun you la hear something whose name read backward or Forward is always the same. Xiv. And your dog May Hunt Well tho no longer his name read backward or Forward is always the same. Xiv. Your Bird too May sicken on something whose name read backward or Forward is always the same. Xvi. Name. You May quaff a Strong drink made of wheat whose read backward or Forward is always the same. Xvii. Or stare at a giant whose dwarfish name. Read backward or Forward is always the same. Xviii. But this you can t do with a thing whose name. Read backward or Forward is always the same. Xix. If you write in defence of sound doctrine its name re backward or Forward is always the same. Xxx. Do but take a sly look and of this too the same read backward or Forward is always the name. Xxx nay whatever is done believe me its name. Read backward or Forward is always the same. General Paredes of Mexico is a Man of about forty eight years of age Frait and slight in form and not ungraceful though maimed by the wounds of Many Battles. His Eye in repose is As mild As Sim Shine. He is known through out the Republic As Quot al Manco Quot Paredes a or he May be considered the Murat of Mexico As he knows no fear in. His almost mad and reckless daring. He was once banished to this country and As an exile studied our institutions and worshipped our Enterprise. His american feelings Are Strong and in All his business is a Man of Honor. Amid the thousand opportunities he has had of amassing an immense Fortune his poverty has remained a Monument of his patriotism. It was his skill and indomitable courage that made Santa Anna president of the mexican Republic and when he trifled with the liberties of his country it was he who hurled the dictator from place and Power and banished him an exile in a land of strangers. A favorite of the people he is above the tawdry and Garnish military pomp and display that oftentimes Cloys and disgusts them. A favorite with the army he never lost a Battle. A favorite with the Priesthood he has Ever advocated their rights and been their steadfast Friend. The commander of the forces and governor of one of the richest departments of the Republic his influence is seen and Felt throughout the land. A nears Selling a wife. This barbarous custom is still kept up in England As appears by a late number of the Liverpool courier. A Labouring Man with his wife and child were about to visit some relations in the country by Railroad but on reaching the depot they found that they were too late for the train so the husband whose name was Lyon went into a neighbouring tavern. A Man named Tyrer forgetting the tenth commandment took great notice of Lyon s wife and child whose Ruddy Cheeks were the very personification of health and Contentment and at length offered to Purchase them for no less a sum than �500. Lyon immediately agreed and �6 was paid As Deposit with which the Happy husband liberally treated everybody in the House with a drink. Or. Tyrer called a car to convey his Purchase to his own wireless and childless Home not to be so much longer As he thought but to his great Surprise the lioness refused to acknowledge the right of the lion lord and master though he might be to Transfer her allowance and Amer a Long altercation the Carousel husband walked off with his wife and child together with what was left of or. To re s �6. He told the Story to his friends As if it was a capital joke declaring that he knew his wife liked him too Well to agree to the bargain but he added afterwards As a sorry sequal to the antidote that there was Quot no dealing with a woman s Pride and conceit Smice that gentleman valued her at so Large a sum As �600.&Quot far. Walsh writes that at least one thousand French troops in Africa perished at onco by Frost or starvation. Previous reports have set Down the number at 200. The disaster caused a deep sensation throughout France. Vol. A from Checin Annati american citizen. End of the murder. Journey from Lancaster to Chilicote Ohio to he present at the execution of Henry Thomas Lewis Sifford Stern Perance hotel examination of antiquities in that neighbourhood a the scenes before during and after the execution observations of fashionable and christians respecting the scene closing remarks. Lancaster o. March 9, 1846. Or. Editor for the purpose of Gratifying laudable curiosity i address you respecting an sex exciting subject. Leaving Lancaster i pass through Circleville to Lewis sif Ford s hotel three Imd a half Miles Ochil Lic othe arriving last thursday intending on the following Day to witness As i Ras possible in the latter City the execution of Henry Thomas alias Thomas Dean alias James Mitchell for the murder of Frederick Edwards. Lewis Sifford a gentleman and scholar is a Surveyor and landlord of a Temperance hotel. I shall Ever remember his gratuitous hospitality with gratitude. On thursday afternoon guided by him i examined some very interesting antiquities in the neighbourhood evidently proving that adventures from the Northern part of Europe had flourished fought and died there a race of Gigantic men As seen in the enormous skeletons disinterred. The next Day i proceeded to Chillicothe observing the roads thronged with persons hastening to the scene. Fortunately i obtained in one of the front windows of the ancient Metropolis office a favourable location for witnessing the proceedings being opposite the court House in front of which the criminal was executed. The criminal it is supposed that neither of the names Given is the real one a was 31 years old. He was born in pen Sylvania of respectable presbyterian parents. His crimes and sorrows commenced with criminal Intercourse with a Young lady. The latter on one occasion finding they had been observed swore to save herself from suspicion a rape against him. For this he was sentenced to seven years confinement in the the actual state of the Case being afterwards discovered he was released before the expiration of the time. These circumstances acting on an excitable and corrupt nature impelled him to the commission of other crimes. For fifteen years a during which time he was in ten penitentiaries and jails he travelled extensively through the United states generally robbing stores at night Seldom acting the common Wayside rogue exhibiting Aston Ishing skill and boldness in his proceed Ings. On the night of nov. 20, 1844, accompanied by others he entered the store of Frederick Edwards in Bourneville Ross county Ohio. The proprietor being a Bachelor slept in one of the while Thomas was searching that room Edwards awakened by the noise grappled the robber who killed him with fifteen wounds before and behind. He escaped to Pennsylvania. While imprisoned at Lancaster in that state for robbery the Handbill of the governor of Ohio offering a Reward of $1,000 for the apprehension reached that City and led to his detection. He was tried in Ohio and sentenced As stated. He sold his body for $40 to or. Hall of Bournville which he expended for oysters and other eatables. On the night preceding the execution he almost committed suicide by cutting his Throat and Arm with a Small knife he had concealed. When discovered he was almost dead. The Rev. David Whitcomb formerly a p. E., and now pastor of a m. Church visited him and composed and published 1,500 copies of his confession although Ohio Law commands the private execution of murderers it will be seen that his was a private Public a Square enclosure of Plank containing the hanging apparatus was erected in front of the court Honse entered from the door of that building. While being led from the jail he loudly shrieked o god o god o god at 12 o clock the prisoner attended by Rev. D. Whitcomb and other persons was led into the enclosure. At half past twelve supported by Martin the sheriff and Whitcomb he ascended a ladder on the inside and Over the top of the enclosure addressed the vast multitude. He was shrouded with the rope a round his neck. Owing to weakness occasioned by attempting suicide he could Only be heard by those immediately around him. H spoke Only about ten although his conduct spoke otherwise his language was nearly the following a 1 have but a Short time to live and my speech must be Short. This week i experienced a change of heart and therefore Hope in god. I Hope those i have injured will forgive me. May god forgive those who have injured and entertain sinful feelings towards me As freely As i forgive them Rev. D. Whitcomb then addressed the a outsiders loudly and i Trust profitably. A German doctor then spoke to the germans in their own language. It was an occasion calculated to do All Good the holiest and the wickedest deterring the latter from crime and exhibiting to the former the Power of temptation which some times leads the Best Esterby. About 1 o clock the trap fell which was Doti Nutly heard without. While he was struggling into eternity the excited mob exclaimed a tear Down the enclosure that we May be convinced that he is hiding this Bro t up the sheriff who said to the multitude a your curiosity shall be gratified when the criminal is pronounced dead his Corpse will be exposed in a coffin on be pave ment guarded by sold Kim May be pleased. Will that d yes was the response from Street to Street and from House top and window thi mob on the previous night had demolished the enclosure leaving the Gallows untouched consequently rendering the sheriff uneasy although several companies of soldiers were attending for Protection they did not wish to Rescue the murderer but to see for themselves that the Law was enforced. At the proper time the body was exposed to the gaze of women females ladies loafers men and gentlemen when it was conveyed to or. Hull s cutting up establishment at Bourneville the doctor himself driving. While the preparations for the execution were progressing i heard some fashionable ladies and gentlemen lisping to each Oiler a la la Ellit you tii it Diwa iting for the end of this affair a As anxious for the death of Henry Thomas As a cat for the death of a mouse or Bird. I Hope they a As Well As unfashionable sinners will remember a in order to profit by the occasion a that on that Day nearly 2,000 years ago on Calvary a Man of sorrows although innocent As god himself was crucified As a criminal Between two thieves that we might be saved from murdering our own souls and the souls of others a much worse crime than killing the body of a fellow creature and May such thoughts Lead them to prepare for a Happy exit a and not a disgraceful one out of this world a remembering that the murderer just executed had he been placed in their situations from infancy to manhood possessing sufficient wealth and uninfluenced by temptations to obtain it Dis honorable might have been a distinguished member of society and died in his bed or on some missionary Field a Christian. I heard two christians conversing profitably on the subject. One said that god and human Law act differently towards criminals. No matter How he repents the latter carries out the sentence yes said the other that proceeds from the fact that human Law is Law without gospel in it. Christ fulfilling the Law sinners Are Only condemned by the Law but pardoned and saved by the gospel i think that privately executing the murderer and afterwards exhibiting the Corpse is better than entirely Public execution because in the former both imagination and actual sight Combine with unusual Force in operating on the soul. I remain your unwavering Friend . H. Levering. The organs of perspiration. The following singular facts Are mentioned by Wilson taken separately the Little a respiratory tube with an appended gland is calculated to awaken in the mind very Little idea of the importance of the system to which it belongs but when the vast number of similar organs composing the system Are considered we Are led to form some notion however imperfect of their probable influence on the health and Comfort of the individual. I use the words imperfect notion advisedly for the reality surpasses imagination and almost belief. To arrive at something like an estimate of the value of the a respiratory system in relation to the rest of the organism i count pores on the Palm of de the the hand and found 3,258 in a Square Inch. A a a. Now each of these pores being the Aper to enter tam prose Culious Ture of a Little tube about a Quarter of an Inch Long it follows that in a Square Inch of skin on the Palm of the hand there exists a length of tube equal to 882 inches or 73 feet. Surely such an amount of drainage As Twenty three feet in every Square Inch of skin assuming this to be an average for the whole body is something wonderful and the thought naturally intrudes itself what if this drainage were obstructed 1 could we need a stronger argument for enforcing the necessity for attention to the skin ? on the pulps of the fingers where the ridges of the sensitive layer of the True skin Are somewhat finer than in the Palm of the hand the number of pores on a Square Inch a Little exceeded that on the Palm and on the Heel where the ridges Are coarser the number of pores on a Square Inch was 2,-268, and the length of tube 667 inches of 47 feet. To obtain an estimate of the length of tube of the a respiratory system of the whole surface of the body i think 2,800 might be taken As a fair average of the number of pores in the Square Inch and 700 consequently of the number of inches in length now the number of Square inches of surface in a Man of Ordinary height and bulk is 2,500 the number of pores therefore 1,750,000, and the number of inches of a respiratory tube 1,750,000 that is 145,833 feet or 48,-500 Yards or 28 Miles. 0 a or within the past week we have seen cucumbers Green peas and asparagus in this City in fact the two latter have been common for two or three weeks. The editor of the Boston Post can skip this paragraph we have no desire to Harrow up his feelings or make him unhappy. Man is but Man and should he see that we revelling upon such Good things Down this Way he May get out and throw a snowball at . O. Pic. March 3. Oom of the Beys Quot working in the Cincinnati times office received a letter on saturday last week enclosing a remittance and informing him that by the decease of a relative he was now the heir of property and Cash of Over 910,000 value. When he got the news he dropped his a a stick Quot like a hot horse shoe and gave a specimen of tall walking to parts unknown. A in stay company. The history of his company has become inter Irving of account of its intimate connection with tho Oregon according to the Cleveland Plain dealer a Hundred and forty years ago or More Charles ii. Chartered the a a Hudson s Bay company Quot and gave it exclusive privileges of establishing trading factories on Hudson s Bay and its tributaries. It took Possession of the territory and enjoyed its Trade without opposition till 1797, when a rival company the Quot North american fur company of Canada Quot sprung up. This latter was composed entirely of canadians and was noted for its Energy and Enterprise. The jealousies naturally arising Between rivals led to the most barbarous Battles and the sacking and burning of each other s posts. In 1821 Parlia and consolidated them in to one under the title of the Quot Hudson s Bay company they occupy a vast country and their operations Are those of a vast monopoly. A the British possessions North of the Canadas to tho Arctic Ocean Are their Hunting and trapping grounds. They have leased for Twenty years from 1840, All of russian America except the Post of Ritka. Thus this powerful company control More than one ninth of the soil of the Globe. Its capitalists Are in England and its Board of managers transact their business at the Quot Hudson s Bay House Quot in London. This Board buy All the goods and ship them to the territory sell All the furs and transact All the affairs of the company except the actual business of collecting furs in their territory. The annual value of their Pelties is about a million of dollars. The Nett profit of the fur Trade is in Hense. The shares of the company s Stock which originally Cost one Hundred pounds Are at one Hundred per cent Premium and the dividends Range from ten per cent upwards and this too while they Are creating an immense fund to be expended in keeping other persons out of the Trade. In 1811, the american Pacific fur company of which John Jacob Astor was the prime mover built Astoria near the Mouth of the Columbia. In 1813, during the last War the american company sold All its establishment in Oregon to the British company now the Hudson s Bay company. In the same year a British Sloop of War entered the Columbia and formally took Possession of fort Astoria and changed the same to fort Georgi. In 1818, by the treaty of Ghent England a ref Enderud this fort tar Dot govt Mient. Then it was by the same treaty that British subjects were granted the same rights of Trade and settlement in Oregon As belonged to the citizens of this Republic for ten years. In 1827 this stipulation vas indefinitely extended and cannot cease to be in Force till after twelve months notice. This is the manner in which the Hudson s Bay company came into the value of furs which Are annually collected in Oregon by this company is about $140,000 in the London Market. Parliament extended the jurisdiction of the Ca Nadian courts Over the country occupied by these fur traders whether it were owned or claimed by great Britain or under this act certain gentlemen of the fur company were appointed justices a Wolf in siieep8 Clotta Ingr. As a drover after having disposed of his cattle was returning Home from this City on the Cumminsville Road he was accosted by a female having on her Arm a covered Basket apparently very heavy asking permission to ride the vacant seat in the buggy was immediately offered and accepted but As she stepped into the vehicle the Driver perceived a pair of pants strapped Down his suspicions excited he recognized a Man whom he had perceived in the Bank at the time he received the Money for a Check for four thousand dollars which sum he had with him by applying the whip to the horse he immediately became restive he got out and requested i i female to do the same and after the horse War quieted thought it Best to drive the horse a Short distance for fear the lady might 1� injured he drove off in a hurry and left her Ladyship in the Road. On examining the contents the Basket it was found to contain a Bowie knife and a Brace of pistol.�-. So say one of our late City very curious . Commercial March 21. Arrivals from sea. The arrivals on wednesday at this port from All parts of the world were perhaps More numerous than on any one Day since new York was discovered by civilized Man. No less than forty three sail of vessels of All sizes and dimensions entered this port almost All at the same time. The Harbor during the Day was whitened with sails presenting a pleasing and most animated appearance. Among these arrivals were six european packets a number from the North of Europe the East and West indies and South America together with a Host of coasters in All making the largest Fleet probably Ever witnessed in this n. Y. Herald March 14. For minor offences arrest and Send to Canada criminals of a higher order and try to Render judgment and Grant execution in civil suits and to imprison debtors in their forts and jails. So it is that the Trade and the civil and criminal jurisdiction in Oregon Are held by British subjects that american citizens Are deprived by a monopoly of their commercial rights that they Are liable to be arrested on their own territory by officers of British courts tried in the american Domain by British judges imprisoned or Hung for acts done within the jurisdiction of our own Republic. It melancholy Accident. Messes. Geo. Clamp John Schnell and Fred Sauter were drowned on tuesday morning last within a mile or two of mount Vernon. They with two others had been subpoenaed to attend the circuit court at mount Vernon As witnesses in some civil Case and left hero in a two horse Wagon. When within a Short distance of mount Vernon they had to Cross a Bayou or Creek which was full. Or. Schnell who was driving thought it for Dable and accordingly drove his horses in. The Bank proved to be Bluff and the water fifteen or Twenty feet deep. The first plunge sent the horses entirely under and caused the Wagon to follow so quickly that All five of the persons in it were instantly immersed. Or. Jacob Kehnert succeeded in reaching the Shore and by the Aid of a stick which he held out to or. Nicholas Fisch saved him also after he had been in the water some fifteen minutes and was nearly gone. All three of the bodies were found and brought Here. A Evansville journal. Deplorable Accident.1 five children were burned to death a few Days ago at Fredericksburg near Kinton Canada. A the family went to a wedding party leaving their children at Home the oldest being about 13 years of age. In the return of the parents at a late hour they found their Home a Heap of burning ruins 4uid All their children Burnt to Sun. To a a Seal 60 inches Long and 11 thick and weighing 70 sounds was killed Tukhi the ice of Lake Champlain Between Burlington and pc Seville on the 23d. Quot where you see them kind of sausages you Don to see no dogs a a new version of the old dog and sausage Story has recently been started and is going the Here it is a lady in pork Opolis a few Days since having purchased some sausages of a couple of boys overheard them disputing a bout the Money. Quot give me half on to Quot says one. Quot no i wont Quot says the other. Quot now that Ain t fair you know taint Joe for half the Pup was it is needless to say that the lady not relishing the idea of eating Puppy sausages threw them into the Street. The contrast. The editor of the Boston Star says that when he sees a neat pretty girl with a free but innocent air Resse hastily but simply with Cheeks that he can hardly help kissing and with a pair of heavenly Blue eyes which seem to repose in perfect Security beneath their Silken lashes he can t help Loving her but when he sees a Gamboge visage spinster whose looks seem to say that she is sojourning somewhere about the Region of 39, dressed off in Pink ribbons Knock Gold chains and Pinch Back Breastpin and mincing her Steps As if treading on eggs it puts him in mind of an old piece of furniture scoured up to sell Indiana stocks Sproal tion. We have heard something said about the speculation in Indiana Bonds and that the late Law of the legislature was got up at the instance of or. Butler for that purpose. If this be so it will be gratify in to the citizens of the state generally an especially to the opponents of the Bill to know that the scheme has failed. The following statement exhibits the current Price of Indiana Bonds at various times in the years 1844, 45 and 46. The Bonds Are the 5 per cents redeemable in 1860. Jan. June. Sept. Dec. 1844 37 44 43 34 May. Nov. 1845 34 37 Jan y feb. March. 1846 38 42 41j there is always of course a fluctuation in the Stock Market. The effect of the Bill it seems has not been to create any very sudden Rise of Quot Indiana the natural course of commercial and financial matters might have produced the same or greater fluctuations. The Rise and fall of stocks has not been so great nor does it seem Likely to be this year As in 1844.�?lafayette courier. Famine in Ireland. There appears to be no longer a doubt says the London times that an almost Universal famine is about to visit Ireland. Such is the dire reality which has been looming upon us through the Mist of Irish Rumor and English credulity these four or five months and which now is too distinct and too palpable to be any longer denied. But the worst feature of the Case is the almost utter absence of resource. A dreadful visitation of nature is aggravated by the imperfect character of our social in Stith tiflis. It is impossible to hit on a remedy which shall not run into abuse pass into a vicious precedent and perhaps to a great extent nullify itself and perpetuate the misery it affects to cure. The commissioners to investigate the Cut edition of Ireland say it appears a a for undoubted authority that or 32 counties in Ireland not one has Sci ted failure of the potato crop of 130 poor Law unions not one a exempt of s068 electoral divisions above 1400 Aro certainly reported As having la re by m Mtnor . Balt mobs March 12, 1848. The methodist episcopal conference met yesterday morning Ara there was a very Large representation of ministers present. After organizing a Resolution was passed that the business of the session be conducted with closed doors. The reason for this is to allow a Freedom of debate on the subject of slavery which in this state it would be impossible to have in Public As any preacher who should be known to be opposed to slave by a i should so express Hun self in floss ver be allowed to preach Oil holding counties. The general presumption is that part of the Cwerence will go South and a Quot a i could All go North. Or a Bill appropriating $1,866 to pay the Texas volunteers from new Orleans has passed the lower House of the Louisiana legislature to ther with a Resolution instructing their members of Congress to have the Money at once paid Back to the last Yam. A pretty Good Story is told in the United service journal of a poor Sailor on Board a vessel which had been wrecked Laden in part with casks of Spanish dollars. The Crew were taken off the wreck in boats and just before the last boat was pushing off a Man was sent Back to ascertain if there might not still be some one Quot left. On arriving on the main deck whore the casks had been left he found a poor fellow who had broken open several of the receptacles of base Lucre and spread the contents thereof on a table cloth on deck in the midst of which he was seated weapon in hand. Being told that the ship was fast going to pieces he replied Quot the ship May go i have lived a poor Rascal All my life and am resolved to die remonstrance was in vain and poor Jack who preferred the death of a Rich Man to the life of a Quot poor Rascal Quot was left to die alone in his glory. Murder. John a a. Waring one of the most notorious desperadoes of the South West was shot through the head from a tavern window in Versailles ky., a few Days since. Although mortally wounded he was composedly writing his will when the informant left. Murderer unknown. This Waring is the individual who some few years ago assassinated Samuel q. Richardson esq., at Frankfort by. New Stock a cheap prices. Thomas i. Smith a son inform their old friends and All persons who May want to Purchase that they have Nat received a Good and general assortment of seasonable dry goods which have been selected with great care bought at Low prices and which Are Well adapted to this Market. They keep olso on hand a Supply of groceries Queens Vare glassware window Glass nails and every other article of common use which they Are disposed to sell cheap for Cash or country produce. Come and see us and Don t forget your old friends for the Sake of new and untried . We Are still at our old stand on Washington Street. Indianapolis nov. 7, 184.\ 1-tf 9jkmist� Mccready fashion me tailor very thankful for past of Livors informs his old f ends and customers that be still continue ctr to do All sorts of tailoring in the neatest and most fits Honable manner. His shop is Over Holland amp store Back. Room no stairs. His terms Are reasonable As can be had at any shop in town and he solicits work in the confident belief that he can give the most perfect satisfaction to All who May be pleased to Feivor him with a Call. Nov. 1845. 4-tf newest fashions news be goods. The subscriber has just received a very Large and general Stock of carefully selected a Spring and summer goods comprising most every article found in the Stock of merchant tailors Amot which May be found Superior Oregon cloths and cast Meres new and fashionable articles for Genue Meica coat and pants a new stifle of Canton coatings a great variety of tweeds Gammons a risings and la Nens clocks Cassimeris cassinetto jeans pfc. Also a very general Stock of ready made clothing consisting of Coats pants vests drawers Aud every article in demand for Giener use. In a Good assortment of a gentlemen s Onmi Shingr such As shirts bosoms cravats stocks gloves hosiery suspenders amp a. &.c. All of which will be sold at the cheapest rates. D. S. Ward. Indianapolis March 20, 1846 27-ti. Ii Abishai its saw by virtue of a writ of Quot i. A. To me directed from the clerk of the circuit court of the United states in and for the District of Indiana i will expose to Public Sale on the 16th Day of May next Between the hours of 10 and 4 o clock of said Day at the door of the court House in the town of Lebanon county of Boone and state of Indiana the following described real estate to wit the Southwest Quarter of Section number five the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section number nine the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section eight and the South half of the Southeast Quarter of Section five All in township 19, North of lunge two East. The rents and profits for seven years of said real estate will first be of bred and if a sufficient sum to satisfy the principal interest and costs of said writ is not realized then the fee simple will be offered for Saie. Taken in execution As the property of Lewis j. Harris at the suit of Jones Harris. Abel c. Pepper. A Arsanal of the u. S. District of Indiana. March 20th, 1846.�?27 # a notice. I Wail sell at pubic Sale on saturday the 4u Day of april next at the House Kef William Rodman m Pike township All the personal property not heretofore sold of Thomas Hume of Marion county deceased consist ii of one horse one cow a number of sheep amp ring tools a Quantity of sawed lumber Houise fold and Kitchen Anitore sad a great Many other articles too tedious to meation. A credit of nine months will be Given on All sums of three dollars and upwards by tto Pur diaper jiving note with Good approved Freehold Pecanty. Further conditions of Sale will be made known on the Day of Sale. Sale to commence at 10 o clock a. M. Allen Jennings administrator de Bonis non with the will mines de of the estate of Thomas Hume. Sreh 12, 1846._26cotton a Abib. A Large lot of s will be exchanged Duce. By dec 16 9tf Superior Cotton yams which id or All kids of country pro of j. M. Taii iyar. Notice 18 a Abbot in Brif by the undersigned. Treasurer auditor and secret of state for the state of ind aim that until the 29th Day of March Blixt sealed proposals will be received at the Folke of said Secretary of state for distributing by judicial circuits the Laws and journals of the last general Assembly of said stale together with from two to four volumes Eoo Taining the statistical inform motion Coue emd in taking the census of the United states in tie year to each county and 27 copies of the 1838, to tie county of Tipton in tvs a Ltd a a a county c circuit. Bond with qupied of the successful feb. 56, . Sec Ahter will be the l mat Orif to Fejt

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