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Indianapolis Indiana Democrat (Newspaper) - May 22, 1846, Indianapolis, Indiana Nio Bison amp Spanis Blake i building up Slair st opposite Bro Ming s Washington of .$200 per year Tor single co Pica if Pond in add a so in paid within Sii months.3 00 if payment to delayed to the end of the where Avi and pay thin the finn 0 Post of after the d Ito a ii ascription $1,50 each will be received for the year or numbers. Clutha of Twenty at Ono Post office at $1 25 8%ch, if paid in Advance. Clubs of fifty subscribers will to suppl cd with 52 numbers or a year thus counted for $40 in a Quot Quot Quot up advertising. Adverl Sementa at one Dollar Perqua Ems equal to 12 lines for Thi Twenty Fidfl cents for each a re of 260 weeks in insertion be months for n lands. The Fol Loffing proceedings in relation t Preemption claims to settlers on the Miami reservation will show the precise nature of the Law As it has passed Thi House of representatives and will also show to those interested in these lands what objections were urged against and what views Are entertained of the propriety of granting to pre empt these lands. The thanks of the settler must surely be due to it Esse. Cat boat Kem Nedy Pettit and Smith for the or rapt and Able manner in which they sustained the passage of the Law. We should have Given this debate lis week but by some Accident our copy thereof was mislaid. Horse of May 4. Or. Thos. Smith by leave moved that tie committee of the whole Bouse be disc barged from the Cossid Nuion of the Bill to Grant the right of arc a minion to actual a callers on the lands acquired by treaty from the Miami indians in Indiana a High motion was agreed to. And the question being on ordering the Bill to a third Reading. Or. G. opposed it in a few remarks directed particularly to the description and value of the lands end asked the yeas and nays. Smith explained briny what the condition of these lands was and strongly urged the propriety and Justice of the pass goof or. Cathcart remarked that the gentleman from Kentucky who had so warmly opposed the Bill or. G. Davis a bad stated to the House that those lands were excluded from the of the Preemption act of 1811, its co vase is on Abdi so great Hii Tjoen Tho demand for Folget Olosan 1ot All heating bbl Saro audit Fias Given h general satisfaction to those who and become acquainted vol. I. India in Apolis Friday May 22, 1846. No. 36. Led and v Ilion on this As which Call for v0 for the Prev _ Lima lion of or. Davis that to desired Rte or. Kennedy Rio a question t these e deliberate Aqua 0 bub i huh data his Call for the or. replied irks i indicating ii Kelly and justifying his opposition to the Bill. Or. Petit made a Strong Appe he had take. And declared that of other what it might. The previous question v seconded. And the main and being taken the Bill Reading of Anil i Questi a dered t. In been read a third time a Selion being on the final passage. The Yaes and nays were ordered am Iken were year 95, nays 4c. So the Bill waa panel it Sequi e of Ihei i whal could he thought the reason lands must to Sou Point of time. In i soil i Lotti Congress Tho Riehl the Benefit or. C. 1 Here tile further Back in legs Lalure of India see ution of a Salupen improvement asked of Empi these lands for uld sell the lands at $1,25 of the Sta use for the pre the Sta had she need her e Forward by Joi i lands. Ich mis Laken As t s which Aid her citizens not in that event Hove been asking the Prol if Congress Indiana t and she no and Allis the hands. Tho Oen Leman from Kentucky ii the value of these lands in that so far from their b late they Are far inferior to per so to Amend Tho Bill which he i Intro deed As to incr Caso Tho Minir from $1,25 to $2,00 per acre. This he As Norwith Landing i Hasa lands Cor More than the Public Domain Gene did not consider Vliem justify this increase. Tho opposition of Tho gentleman from Ken Lucky to this Bill would apply with equal Force 10 any Preemption Bill which might be Ofie Rcd or. C. Asked. Will you not extend to these settlers the same Prolee Tion which other Settli upon the Public Linds have received he pm that the Appeal would not to in vain and to this House would not for the Mere Hope of pitiful speculation which could end in no Advt Tage to any one but the hear Llacsa Speculator t pose this honest generous hearted people to i risk of being robbed of their Humble Homes. Many larg t $1,25. Ilk of being robbed of or. after my colleagues mess do not wish to protract the Only person now 1 Whai been said by id Cath Earl i. Smith Ai this Dubai Ere from my state on Gresa which passed general Preemption Bill from the operation which these Miami land a not Salter the remarks v. Able member from Kent to the House without so i know that the reason exempted from the operation t As suggested by that honorable High Valuo Quot but that exem the Bugge lion of Tho then Delgai state under Tho impression that which Tho Preemption Law granted Flett Lens might be made to ensure to a lulled then and of were exempted 1 can fell from Tho Honor by or. Davis j reply. Why these lands if Tot Bill to = gentleman Dion was i from tha policy of robbing the ibo Benefit of tie s Tho state Haa since now ask that the Sai Tilers fils Law granted to inc actual to euro to the slate. I i now convinced that this Lettle of those lands for Ite at Large was v abandoned ibis Ide. E Justice which Thi n other Public Landi been granted to ii it been Tor her own Reivo it to have been May s Good i meted which would Thi Tolera on these had it As i then and now co now to extended to Reserve. This Seitl Rio a citizens of any men who Havo invariably pioneered our Copl. Into the heart of Tho Western wilderness and am persuaded that their claim to Justice is on 10 be fairly stated in order to secure a favo Rabl response from Tho members of this House. Tho Only thing wrong in this Bill is that ii minimum Price of these lands is raised from in Uiol one Dollar and Twenty five cents to twi doll an. But this difference these Settli and will submit to not Bocai More valuable than thousands und in the other Western states which have been preempted but because they these lands Tho Price Side nobly. Of Public lands 1 of Tho Frontier life Wen u in other places mor boyhood of White settlement. Ono word As to Tho Greot value which Gnue Menahem to attach to Tocao lands. In on this Reserve Somo Chico tracts of land but not Mora kit than in other portions of la it a a pm a a up at Aii Orio highest bidder to a 1 dollars Pel this Bimpel because the hardships it so severely Felt Here islam from Tho neigh ill be remembered that Judson the person who killed Porterfield at Naff if Ille Senn after being discharged from prison i to Pittsburgh where his father res. He has published a Long defence from which we make the following extracts in the first place i Umno Niico has been made in made in regard to an improper intimacy 1 mrs. Poner amp a and myself Uneva Ivoal and in and cd and in place of the Guiua lever that 1 that Nice proof that in thought to a or myself Ever injured a husband whom she Derly loved a i the bloodhounds who used every i. Destroy me would Long since have brought it Forth. Robert Porterfield was an honorable and excellent in but one of Quick and ungovernable passion attacked to upon the statement of a Man known be my enemy and on the information received Iii Tawny mems letter probably written by the ver it led the re Poi. Hod he remained Calm and cooly by i tic by Between us. _ even at our first hos Lili his pistol and look Deli Bette aim Ivest galed the uld have been this i implored bin meeting when he i at my heart i told him that be was wringing me that i Wasara de but would not draw o weapon upon him to save my life that he might fire As soon As he pleased a Friend of his interfered and it evened him from this was on Tho 12lh of March. On the 13lh her saw or heard of or. P. On the Afie Nooi at Day however occurred the Quot grave Yan no Quot As the Nashville papers falsely termed in i heard from a Mutual Friend that morning tha p. Hod been informed that i had raised Ibe re is concerning her and although she was deep dressed she could not believe to guilty of less heard the confession from my a thousand such a Gross st me Anil As under Ine Drui Wisla Ith propriety visit her Honse i req the s which she Ocsid Spain. From Tho moment Bat Narva a decline come a party to the marriage of the c with the Duke de Trapani his downfall it i Poi by Queen Christina. The Sui Soldier blood in her object of Para arcs Pondant c dance. The Madrid. A Usoris that office actually proposed to the Council aulsion or Queen Christina and the pro it not having been assented to he tendered signal on. This proposal was Communia is supposed to Queen Christina and on the Santa evening Senor Stu Ritz was sent ror end instructed to form a ministry. In a Day or two after the new minister in joined general Narvaez o quit Spain immediate. In. The general pleaded bad health of a reason for remaining a few Days hut no excuse would retaken and he is obliged to depart on the evening of the 6th a a Ted ii Buboi minutes before his Dpi minister of Marine Arm he Royal Dearci a Fei of Thi Csc Ted him with in him ambassador exit intended Only i is exile. As he was most unc a a Quot him amb Assadi Iren it 10 the person. Walk i Mige assure her of my ii acc. request was granted and the lady \ my company perhaps ten or fifteen minutes a opon Tojo Roughface inroad Day Liht in a grave Yard where Tho eyes of i pie could gaze on us from the windows of Thi Quot Iii that i Hove Ever been seen a hand. The Chart owed our Steps and by never dared to say touch that unhappy st probably by. This at and when it a to be that i stonely carried caused Bim to Alt Lack was totally i _ in arcs against me a id did not wish to quarrel i. 1 pc milled him to fire three limes deliberately at me while i endeavoured to Calm his anger Ond i did not fire until i fond that nothing but that would save my life Asho was supported by his brother in the attack both better armed than myself. first and Only shot was fall Ond deeply sadly As i re grel Leel it still i fell it was forced upon me. I in Stanlly gave myself up to the Law handed the offi. Cers my weapons depending on them for Justice and pre Lection. How was i protected 1 let the Nash Ville Fellai Emels the Selvea speak glossed Over and smoothed Down As they were. Bui i have no room in this Short Attilee for comments. I now demand 10 be considered Innocenzi i demand Ibe innocence of As pure and Noble a lady As Ever lived on the following grounds first on that principle of Justice which pro claims every one innocent until guilty Ondl they Are proved dip one of the eldest Principini of chivalry. Even my i god i have de. Aty three pistol shots 1 feel upon a Rocky Bluff with Cape from the Manili Ando Procter be the rigid. Dared my Esca the foil of forty Oul one broken Bone and the of the blood hounds who tried to Hong me when i Lay bruised bleed Pond helpless being unable 1 move hand or foot Quot i willingly a cede to their own declaration gratefully Belic Vin that a flush god would not permit an innocent pc to be foully murder. Ilant twelve Steps on though my collies Iree Vauni e riddled. And did not break. The actual mob was composed of not More Lyhl fifteen of the lowest villains in the place. There but Icse few Only took part a on closing i feel it my duty not nor live i Ever Olta ebed Porterfield or his brother for the urged on by enemies of mine statements. They were i Bell Sci envious men. And i deep id prudent would s �11 be ii lid a Justice an ent would be Nice is sible so As to closing i Lany people present a Quot i a re that i do a blame to Robert in Tiack they were and led on by false Ive Brave that. _ he y been so he wis difficulty and Sor-1. To do thyself full i of All Iho Dii Scully . Its general publication. In who had Gia patriotic ult re. Horses have been known to predict a Frost by going to the Blacksmith s the Day before to to roughs fld. Franconi tells a Story of a Mare who would never perform on the stage unless she was on Thi Side of the French. Her spirit of nationality was such that if she was carrying an englishman or an austrian she would invariably throw him and then run Over to the Side of the emperor. In this Way she has often Tiro ten Blucher Orthe Duke of Wellington. Napoleon hearing of this extraordinary traitor patriotism Ina horse went expressly to the Cirque and having witnessed the fact with his own Imperial eyes offered Franconi n whole regiment of cavalry in Exchange for Tho rare but the French Ducrow to his credit be i said would not part with her. Napoleon was piqued but afterwards decorated the Mare with the grand Cross of the legion of sight of a horse. Tho sensation produced by the presence of the strangers had not in the least subsided at the period of our arrival at the islands. The natives still flocked in numbers about the Encampment and watched with the liveliest curiosity everything that was going Forward. A Blacksmith s forge which had been set up in the shelter of a Grove near the Beach attracted so great a crowd that it required the utmost efforts of the sentries posted around to keep Tho inquisitive multitude at a Surgo int a Isiacc to allow the workmen to ply their vocation. But nothing gained so Large a share f admiration As a horse which had been brought from Valparaiso by the Achille of the vessels of the Squadron. The Nal a remarkably Fine one had been taken ashore and stabled in a hut of Cocoa nut boughs within the fortified enclosure. Occasionally it was brought out and being gaily Capar ironed was Ridden by one of the officers at full Speed Over the hard Sand Beach. This performance was sure to be hailed with loud plaudits and the Quot Purkee nude Quot big hog waa unanimously pronounced by the islanders to be the most extraordinary specimen of zoology that had Ever come under their months Eesi dance in the Marjy Quot Quot a elegance of the Spanish women. It was wonderful to see the amazing burdens that they carried on their Heads and walked at so rapid and Safe a Pace without the least Accident. It is remarkable that the female peasantry in Spain have a More Graceful and comely style of walking than the ladies which i have repeatedly heard accounted for by the burdens that they carry on their Heads requiring a certain degree of steadiness to balance and As they Are also taught to dance the Fandango when very Young they naturally retain an interesting gait. I have heard that the Irish girls have the same qualification and that the ladies have laughed at the idea but i would recommend the use of a Good Burden on the head for a couple of hours every morning and i doubt not it that it would have More effect than All the Drill sergeant and French dancing masters in the uni years in Spain. An infernal scene. The following description of one of the recent Quot great and glorious Quot Battles with India gives a faint idea of. The horrors that attend the Trade of War As our men advanced englishmen and Hindoo Side by Side the sikhs appeared to redouble their fire and to use Tho of an Eye witness Quot a storm of Iron Hail descended on our no Force or fire however could repress their valor. They pushed Forward with Irre Bistable enthusiasm and after the most tremendous efforts succeeded in their attempt. The cavalry entered the in Trench ends in single file through openings made for them by Tho sappers and miners and in a Short time the route of the sikhs became general. As they had shown no mercy to numerous wounded men who had fallen into their hands so no mercy was shown them. They were driven in confusion towards the Bridge and River which having risen during the night rendered their Retreat almost impossible. The Bridge of boats densely thronged by the fugitives broke Down in several places while our guns incessantly playing on their closely wedged mass produced the most fearful Hii voc the scene presented by the face of Thi sutlej defies description covered Wilh horses and men upon whom the most dreadful fire was kept up with grape Ami canister it literally ran red Wilh blood Quot under these circumstances we can by leans imagine the number of Ihlo be Over estimated at twelve Thoi the Battle had begun about six o and did not terminate till eleven combatants had met hand to hand artillery and musketry had never Norment ceased their fire. Our c a barging impetuously through to to a by closing 1 Rei Isaik that the Couri Iii Mizii Viii charged me without a trial fully justifying i my conduct in Tho unhappy conflict. I will r Deal and defying any proof to Tho for the a nylons. If a tallow Candle be placed in a gun and Shol at a door it will go through without sustaining any injury and if a Musket Ball is fired into water it will not Only rebound but to flattened As if fired against a solid substance. A a Musket May be fired through a pane of Glass making the Hole the size of the Ball without cracking the Glass if suspended by a thread it will make no difference and Tho thread will not even vibrate. Cork if sunk 200 feet in the Ocean will not Rise on account of the pressure of the water. Is the Arctic regions when the thermometer is below Zero persons can Converse More than a mile Distant. Or. Jamieson asserts that he heard every word of a Sermon at the distance of two of fact of habit. Ellen s stay in my land lady s service was not of Long duration for my Landlady herself was taken suddenly ill was dying. A Friend of the invalid sent twice a Day to inquire How she had slept and How sat up. Ellen regularly brought Down the answer. missus s compliment and she has had a very indifferent night or my missus s compliments and she feels very weak to Day this went on for weeks twice a Day and Ellen seemed to grow More sensible of Tho kindness and attention every time the messenger came. The compliments were sent Back As usual but the Tel licence became sadder and sadder. At length one Day when the Friendly inquiry after Tho health of her to mistress came As before poor Ellen came the door with swollen eyes streaming with tears and sobbed out Tho melancholy answer my missus compliments and she died this mom Itig at eight o clock Here ii the ruling passion display bring its strength not exactly in death but in its close neighbourhood Laman Blanchard s sketches from we. Quot is them old Fellows alive now a Quot said an Urchin to the teacher. Quot what old persons do you mean my dear Quot Quot Why Paul and Luke and Deuteronomy and them quoted of Ray but the Nemy and who Lell Meli into its v i Fordable the i sparingly ame lot a Man left i Sand Ilock the oui fort who fell in Ihei Iver was their greatest 1 they Flung Thi items which were wholly raillery scattered i in them till there Ible within Range. I bred with Blanda it thai 1 pre eminent As remedy in diseases ii d n g Sand the testimony which has g i a a a h War items. Later from the South on the 30th ult. About Coo men had enrolled themselves in new Orleans. Gen. Persifor Smith has been appointed to the clip of command a. About 180 regulars probe Bly reached Point Isabel on the 3j. If the place was not attacked before that tii it is probably Safe. The fortifications that place were completed on the ii ult., so that they were in readiness for Lyas far As fortifications Are conce de. The White letters from new Orleans state that the governor had actually been compelled to resort to a draft to fill up the regiments called for by Gen. Taylor. We learn also that nearly All who have volunteered Are mechanics and Boatmen from the Northern and Western Stales. Scenes and seat of Orleans is one big recruiting station. Every one is talking of War and at the Corners of the streets officers arc to be seen and with Bounty Money ready to pay any Man who will enlist. A stranger might suppose that the enemy was near by from the Mere appearance of things. The new Orleans times says on sunday Eveni editor visited the tent and found the whole l there assembled 645. Throughout Thi 800. Tho Goveri have recourse to d his woi lion to that effect o regiments from new Orl. From the Rural in i by different be pc Raona a de by ii a on their part Filey have Given it in the Hope that All who May find them selves in need of ibis remedy May apply be it without delay. Read the following letter Quot received from Rev. . Is Ismeall i Astor of st. Jude a e Copal free Church. Or s. Has not Only used several i show his due sir i belie n 5f in of disease 0 to but 1 by w a aft. In i Tob those sul rering i eases o coughs Colu Iloa asthma &c., to Point them to a Safe speedy a Radical remedy 1 Inke pleasure in bearing my Les Mony to your in valuable Medicine called old a Nian or All Healing Balsam. Of Iii y i ran spa Wjk first from my o ing subject from exposure n stud is of our climate to frequent Enza. Hoarseness a see i i Alfurd almost id Al Lesa to the vices. Attack of influx ways found it to by Persever. It b particular. A under asthma and who had despaired of staining Relief from and human source upon my recommendation was induced 10 give the olos Ayanian a trial and be pronounced tiie Ciftci produced upon him a perfect Charm fording in Anothy Friend far. Most incredible Relief. 1 recommended it to a female Ivan cd in consumption Tielyr it Ved. Do ugh a de Gree As 10 astonish All who saw her. Wilh a Loni. A crushed and firmly established prejudice sgt ii that. A Soyo ing Short of my firme Beso gambling. Tho celebrated Beau Nash who was Long master of ceremonies and by Courtesy Quot lung of Bath Quot was sleeping partner in one of the most thriving of the Bath gambling houses. Connected Wilh his transactions in ibis line we give the following curious anecdotes which till show that whatever were the defects of his head his heart was always in the right place. The Earl of to. When a Young Man was inordinately addicted to gambling and in particular loved to have the King of Bath for his opponent. He was however no match for his majesty who after winning several trifling sums from him resolved to attempt his cure foreseeing that otherwise he would fall a prey to adventurers who might not be so forbearing us himself. Accordingly he engaged his lordship to play to a very serious amount and won from him first All his ready Montiy then Tho title deeds of his estates and finally the very watch in his pocket and the rings on his fingers. When he bad thus sufi Cinelly punished the Young Nobleman for his infatuation Nash read him a lecture on the flagrant impropriety of attempting to make Money by gambling when poverty cannot be pleaded in justification of such conduct after which he returned him All his winnings merely exacting from him a Promise that be would never play again i not less generously did he behave to an Oxford student who had come to spend the Long vacation at Bath. This Greenhorn who Afie cled to be a Gamester waa Lucky enough to win a Large sum from our Beau and Are the game was ended was invited by him to supper. Quot perhaps Quot said Nash Quot you think i asked you for the purpose of securing my revenge but i can assure you that my Solo motive in requesting your company is to set you on your guard and to entreat you to be warned by my experience and shun play As you would Iho Devil. This is strange advice for one like me to give but i feel for your youth and inexperience and am convinced that if you do not Stop where you Are you will infallibly be Nash was right. A few nights afterwards having lost Bis entire Fortune at the gaming table the Young Man blew his brains out. Lion. Sam Houston. Gen. Houston twice president of the Republic of Texas has taken his seat in the Senate of the United states As one of the senators of the stale of Texas. The history of this personage says the Baltimore american is full of remarkable events of these his appearance at Wash Ringlon at this time under the circumstances of the Case is not the least remarkable. Twelve years ago Samuel Houston stood at the bar of the House of representatives of the United states to be reprimanded by the speaker. Since that he has dismembered a nation achieved a revolution organized an Independent sovereignty and now crowned with the glory of a conqueror and a statesman he returns with his trophies to the Capitol having brought to this Republic a territory Large enough to form what would be considered in Europe on Empire. Fortunate in acquisition he has been not less so in surrender visit cede do. Death or me. Hev. Or. Torrey who was convicted some two years ago of enticing slaves away from the slate of Maryland and imprisoned in the state prison at Baltimore lived in prison in that City at 3 o clock p. M., on saturday last. Tho 3d inst., ii n Lafayette Square Imber of volunteers Tho whole number i not More than ill be obliged to it was said thai be his proc Lama i Day taking inc id Lafay ies. Tho governor Gen. Smith Whei had been appointed to the command of the Louisiana troops and All the most prominent military men were moving about Wilh great rapidity extract of a letter from Gen. Taylor s Camp opposite Matamoras dated april 13 the picket guards ours on the River have shot 3 men Doerting and 4 others had been drowned in attempting to Cross the River. One was shot after he reached the opposite Bonk we have Hod 43 deserted in alstrom Tho command. Shooting and drowning so Many has had a Good of incl and none have left for several Days. One sergeant that deserted turned Oul to to a spy sent Over by Worth. To returned to us and they immediately imprisoned All the rest which was doing us a great service. The american Consul and All foreigners have been ordered to leave or go to Victoria Somo 300 Miles Inland. We do not know where the Consul has in the if. S. Senate. A Friend of one of the senators from the West being introduced on the floor the other Day had the misfortune to lose his gloves while near the British minister and major general Scott. Quot so rank that you should have lost them Here Quot said the senator. Quot not at All Quot said his Friend Quot for i suspect them two old dodgers there Quot pointing to general Scott and or. Pakenham Quot took them out of my hat As they of Boz the following is snid to be the origin of the signature Boz a Little brother of his so much resembled the Moses in the vicar of Wakefield that he went by that name in the family but a younger girl who could not then articulate plainly was in the habit of calling him Bozie or Boz. The recollection of this simple Circum stance led him to assume the name in the first article he published and he after continued to use Learned Mayo lord Mansfield when on a circuit at Shrewsbury having been asked to dinner by the mayor of the town his lordship observing an antique clock in Tho room remarked to the mayor Quot that he supposed sir John fals Talt fought by that clock Quot to which the mayor replied he could not Tell for he had not Tho pleasure knowing sir lord Mansfield Thi tried his Host on another subject and remarked Quot that the town appeared very old Quot to Thich Tho mayor replied Quot it was always so please your an Irish manager the Otic the following curious stage Dir actor a Quot Here you should sword and find you Haven t g t Day gave Section to an draw Yoi Stone Quot Quot mammal Quot exclaimed a Beautiful girl who had suffered aft elation to obscure Thi Ehtle intellect she possessed Quot what is that Long Green thing lying on the dish before you i Quot Quot a Cucumber my beloved Georgiana replied the Mamma with a Bland smile o approbation at her Darling s commendable curiosity. Quot a Cucumber gracious goodness my dear Mamma How very extraordinary in is i always imagined until this moment that they grew in Ivo. A Biml. Great loss the Steamer boreas no. 2 was entirely consumed by fire on Monda morning last in the Missouri River while lying at go sol s Wood Yard one mile below Hermann. She was bound for st. Louis with a full cargo consisting of hemp tobacco amp a. No lives were lost. Among her passengers were messes. Wetherhead amp co., Santa be traders who had in their Possession fifty or sixty thousand dollars in Gold dust and specie All of which was lost about ten thousand dollars. The Cigoj together with Tho books and papers in the clerk s office wore All . Jour., 9th. Ledi Eine t a a. of it As herein certified both by an experience and Obsen Alion i could not been induced thus to come Forward As a wit a its behalf 1 have the Honor to be sir. Respectfully yours r. C . Have Yon a cough which is trouble me and has nol yielded to any Ordo you raise blood when you cough Ami find your st Rengli gradually failing i you will find that in Fie symptoms if not pro Netly at Endea to will let Minale in conium lion an Deaia. Are you troubled Wilh that distressing Cuni Plain asthma a Holch deprives you us your rest at night and Ren Quot a arc is the remedy. Reivi Emlet the name Iii inc Oliero it i. To to obtained and do not be put off Wilh any other. It has produced a cute in As desperate cases is yours May appear to to and doubtless will put to Ali bits Healing properties a Active. Tie slip it to dry cough is quickly and easy and Tak a Istace. Sin night meats Wilh min in the Lyond Dilli Cully of breathing asthma Wilh All ils dreadful a Ifield in. I accompaniments is at once relieved. Bronchitis and in fact All the diseases of the Throat and lungs give Way before Tia Rennedy when All other Means have failed. Persons May All Empl to deceive you Wilh Somo Olber remedy pronouncing it to be equally As Good but remember life is at slake therefore be not deceived the Only Niace in the City of new York where fou Jea s of oslonian or All Healing Balsam is sold is at 106 a Ircel one door above Ann Street also at mrs. Hays 139 Fulton so real Brooklyn and at Hineson a Williamsburg. Disc Iris Orrion 100 Nassau Streel. New York. Jan so sold by Tomlinson Brothers agents for the proprietor sign of the Golden mortar Washington Street and valuable Law Book. A treatise on the Law relating to the Powers and duties of justices of the Pewee Ani con Sables and on All actions cognizable in justices couns in the slate of Indiana Wilh practical forms ic., by w. W. Wick and l Boubour a Orneys at Law. Just published and for Sale by c. B. I Avis and 2s-3m w. A. Day co. Is Dinapolis feb. 17, 184c. Gert Tlemcen i have looked through the volume you sent me of a treatise on the Law relative to the Powers and duties of justices of the peace and constables in actions cognizable in justices courts in the stale of Indiana by w. W. Wick and l. Barbour and am very forcibly impressed with its general Cor Luent value to the Public and especially Ellb that portion of in that treats of Tho operation of our Relief Laws upon contrails and the bearing of the decisions of the supreme Conn of Iho unite Stales upon that important question in which i fully concur with Ilia others of the work. Ishall place it in my Library for reference As being o the very Best works of uie kind Yel publish. Very Lily a to h. Smiith. Divis Dii publishers. . March 16ih, Isth. Messes. Davis amp Dav Gene my i Havo cursorily looked through ibo treatise by Wick and Barbour just published by you in re Hilion to the Power and duties of justices of be peace and cons Bles and embracing o variety of useful matter not falling within the Ordinary scope of such a work. To Law seems to be Laid Down with Cica Meas and accuracy the citations Are numerous and the order and method of Tho whole work Are excellent. It cannot but prove a valuable Insl Roclor for All such officers an economical guide to every Man of business and even Ibe practical attorney will often find his Kobors abridged to giving it a place in his Library. It richly deserves Anil Hope in jul receive a Liberal Patron Sec. Yours very truly Jas. . Iii nitrous March 9th, 1846. Gei Itom respecting Ibe treatise of me sirs. Wick and Barbour relating to Tho Powers and duties of in slices of the peace Ond constables i am of opinion Liat it is a most valuable work and should to in the hands of every Justice in Indiana and that All classes of our citizens would be much prorated by a careful perusal of it. The i Utility of the Book will be a. Magistrates As Well on account of the great number Ani variety of indispensable forms As of the statutory and other references hardly elsewhere to to found indicating the Ole Law in almost every class of action coming before justices of Tho peace in Indiana. Yours truly messes. Divis i. Dir. We. Sullivan. Indu i polls match is 1816. Gentlemen a a Havo examined at your re Opest the treatise respecting Ibe Powers and of the peace in written by mess a. Wick and Bat Bour and recently publish Ruby you. It is a work i am confident that will to found Eide Edingley useful in Tho Tom Section of business in Jii slices Cothru and 1 Hope it will be liberally patronized. Yours to. Isaac Blackford. Messi. Dives amp new so pm. Just received a new Ond fashionable Supply of jewelry and fancy goods to suit the season among which May be found a lot of most Beautiful Pink Cameo also Brac Ilela clasps Diamond pointed Gold pens steel and Jet but Lona with a very Gencil assortment of notions usually kept in an Esiaba the men of Tho kind. The Stock w Large so that every variety of Lasie can be suited. To goods will be sold a Numas cheap. Those wishing to Purchase shall not go away dissatisfied with to prices is i am determined to sell. The Public Are respectfully solicited to Oill and see the pictures no matter whether they wish to buy or pot a Tho goods will Bare inspection to like to show them. Store opposite Tho Washington Hall and 3 doors East of Drallos s hotel. May. 35lf_w. H. Talbott. Otts Xion ii Louh. A great variety of worsted Good for ladles Illardo. 8 4w no. I Palmer Hou soc to ii. It Smpat

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