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Indianapolis Indiana Democrat (Newspaper) - September 4, 1846, Indianapolis, Indiana T Ina Risper amp spa win Blake s buildings up stairs opposite Browning s Washington Hall. Tesis of subscription. $2 00 per year for if paid i a where five a i Fly for Trio year o clubs of 1� cach if paid i a sibs Rilje c a nit ii is 50 Oacle tip of in it Ollick Tifi Carilu Rill supplied with five do Alai pay to of advertising. Moue Dollar per Stillar a Ort for Lue first three % Lagos. From tie n. 0. Pics Vine of the important from a Chico. The Brig p. Soule capt. Do Avail Rived yesterday morning from i whence she sailed on the 8lh inst. Advices Are important the Royal mail Ste Boxer arrived at h he from Vera she brought oui and 8162,000 it the Deo news of a Pront in behalf of Saith Dat rity., to Quot that Dee Captain 1 the 6th inst. To the 1st inst. On passengers a nested into Vera Cruz a. The City and the Garrison of the Castle have both declared for the sex president. Immediately upon the reception of the news at h hts preparation to sail the eve Era Cruz in the English Colo the papers i word on the so. Santa Anna made parture and was the 8th inst., for \ Montezuma unde says capt. Del Vail Vana not having i we the Dee Vera Cruz act of the Garrison of in the heroic City of ver officers of the Garrison who Hereunto subscribed being i the Headquarters of the 8th regiment for the purpose of taking into consideration the calamitous state at which the country has arrived and to seek the remedy most fit to withdraw it from such a state and restore it to life and Prosperity considering that the principal cause of the existing pernicious discord is the want of a fundamental system of Laws to Dic ated freely the nation which has manifested its detestation of the monarchical system. So if a object. Of the troops at a the bled and the want of a go the offspring of Public opine of the contents of faction a a further that the existing gov illegal and has discharged its i popular Call for a Congress w to the establishment of a Mono that while occupied in a plot it has neglected the defence Al territory and abandoned u that portion of the army in which 3f the nation upon the fron its def that Thi and the strength agree people dal and Republic Labo the Road l now mostly to it a bpm m0�m�� vol. I. Indianapolis Friday september 4, .51 though Sec pie 1 the Bonds of misfortunes a Juring All our Pri Lions a the officers aforesaid Leeond the plan proclaimed the id Garrison of the City of Gutile 20tli of May last As far Sive with the Fol the st Artiel lowing additions 1st. All persons imprisoned political offence fio the present time a urn to the Republic of operate in the def shed it Liberty to ind Are ice of the 2d. this plan the circumstances of War in which the country is placed with the United states Are not altered it belongs to the Congress to assembled to determine upon that question and to mexicans to obey these resolutions. 3d. All those who in this department out of it have taken up arms against the existing order of things arc invited to second this plan which has for its sole end the Public Well being. The same invitation is extended to the political and military authorities of All the departments. 4th. As his Exco Leney general Santa Anna had the glory of founding the Republic and whatever May have been his errors was always the firmest supporter 1 of Public liberties and of the integrity of the National territory the Garrison pro-1 claims the said general As the chief of the great Enterprise of the plan As entered into. The Steamboat Charlestown from the City of that name arrived at Havana the 4lh inst., bearing As passenger Senor d. Antonia Hern Tamariz who was Secretary of the Treasury during the last administration of Santa Anna. We have no account As to the individuals who we re to accompany Santa Anna. The Plonte Zuma Hati been for some Days preparing for sea but As we alleged with the intention of proceeding to England. In this connection it May not amiss to recall a statement published us the 31st ult.,. To the. Elect that the Montezuma As Well As they Guadaloupe belonged to Santa Anion having been purchased him through an English House. Such was the firm belief of our informant the mexican papers contain copious details of the of ibets of the Rains throughout the Northern provinces. The ruin of Camargo is mention red and the whole department of Tamaulipas is said to have suffered More than was Ever before known from such a cause. All the troops of Chihuahua and Zacatecas had marched to the Aid of Armijo to that Gen. Kearney May an enemy to dispute the Conquest of new Gen. Arevelo who was sent against the insurgent of that City has been killed. Paredes had determined to release All prisoners confined for political Oft Elices. The news received in the City of mexi-50 from the Frontier was such As to drive the government almost to despair. On the 27th july a courier arrived announcing the departure of 8,000 american troops from Camargo for Monterey. Armijo about the same time sent word that 6,000 had come Down upon new Mexico and to Crown All a despatch was received from the British minister which quenched every Hope of receiving old from England. The last brigade 2,000 Strong left the capital on the 28th, and had several pieces of artillery. Paredes will have a Force at Monterey of from 12,000 to 16,000. Some troops from the army had arrived at Tampico to reinforce the Garrison. A gentleman visited Gen. Taylor in his tent lately at Matamoras and writes to a a description of the old Veteran hich we extract the following paragraph in which he Speaks something of his plans amp a. The regular army is miserably suit plied with tents. Some companies have not a rag to protect them from the weather. We Anspro Allied one of the Shab Biest we and were told that was Gen. Taylor Slid gentleman was silting outside under a scrub of a tree on a Block Bench in with major Monroe and the quartermaster of the Post. He received politely but without the least ceremony fuss and fell Strai Glit to talking. Now e general in chief does not remarkable colloquial Powers it to hear him. He seemed secrets talked of his plans and prospects said we should All go Ahe Adery soon he was moving the regulars of Camargo the volunteers should follow thou logo himself in two Days wanted to and the War speedily spoke of the Inadequacy of the transportation to his Force Jaid we should whip the enemy every a a Here we met him the difficulty was he Ivas afraid we could it find him thought if to could get to san Luis Potosi he could end the War did it know whether lie could go so far to had yet to explore he country and learn its capability for feeding an army that an army could ily March a certain distance from the Ater communication affording it supplies ought that Vera Cruz and Tampico Ore the Points of attack and that the Only pros sect of terminating thai War without the compulsory process of whipping the Max icons was through the mediation of France and England. Gen. Taylor is As he has been described a Plain a very Plain looking Man. To looks like an old planter who had never seen a uniform much loss had one on. I liked the old general s manners and appearance although i must confess that the latter scattered anticipations of the Halo of chivalric glory to discovered in the atmosphere surrounding a military hero s late from Kio do Janeiro. Excite mint on account of the Kar with Mexico offer of com Oij to american merchant vessels. Advices from Rio do Janeiro to the 16lh july were received at new York yesterday. The news of the breaking out of the War Between the United states and Mexico had been received at Rio and caused great sensation. It was utterly impossible to obtain freights for the american vessels in port and Captain ros seau of Tho United states frigate Columbia had notified american ship masters that Tho Plymouth and Bainbridge were expected at Rio and would Convoy any vessel out that required it. The brazilian government were sending troops to the province of Rio Grande in consequence of anticipated Difini Multics with Buenos . Amer. Of the Ity of Mexico i it is announced that Tho did engineers which will accompany the provisional president will Marci tend try a reels of col. Cano and Genera Reyos of Lio topographical engineers As to should Call them would accompany them. A later paper states that pored would not move to the North until Guadalajara should reduced to submission advices have been received at n. York from Bermuda to the 11th inst. The so Steamer Vesuvius with Twenty a cases of yellow fever on Board had i placed the authorities under strict a Antine and the greatest precaution used to prevent communication with her. Eleven of her Crew had died of Felt is reported that her first and second engineers had died. The v. Was last from Vera Cruz. The fever had also do its appear no on Board one of the British vessels of War at Vera Cruz the . Tho squabbles Between the russian rooms cossacks and mountaineers still continue. Russia is desirous to establish at Kiak hta n the Frontier of chinese tartary considerable depot of merchandise from which the chinese May at All times d the supplies they want and Hopes to obtain from the celestial government a treaty of Commerce securing to her the free admission through that part of the Frontier of All russian merchandise and More Over the monopoly of certain article which the English and americans were beginning to May indeed in reference to . Clay s defence of Lafayette Shelby the Ledger says Quot when the men in High places men among the highest Pervert professional duty violate first principles and trample upon sanctifies in defence of crime Well May we tremble for that purity of Public opinion which under our political system is the Only Sec Tyrity for All rights. From i matamors Mexico the destination of Gen. Kearney s expedition. The territory of new Milieo lis Notts of the 26lll of latitude Aud its Groat eat Leb Ali from i Ortli to Soulli is 700 Miles Ironi Rast lowest its Boi Tecl Cmar Kably Siuy ii in Hiigli in nearly in a Cental lib of Ithol i their e veil of per. In the deep Val la justic Splendy ii Tho Cedar and conic Heads Civ Lua Snow. Ali. Lar ii ii lag Watcil in its i Ferent bends where a suf Tui Koltom lands Are left for purposes of a Tho Greg test extent occupied its is three Hundred tiles in Idre Dinv Idith Tho Popup a is about fifty thousand. Varfui thai it a 11130 a the Iii g i but filth min lied the eve is Blaze Ilde lir Miu Maras Fol ii Hia Conli nce Dils which Bires name to Tho Valloy in we Ted. The original inhabitants arc known the name of pm. They it to in pm session of the country when the spaniards lira visited Mexico and they have remained until thu present time when the spaniards extend a the ii Dominion Over this Indian country. missionaries they found to Iota i Yudilo 1 Diane Friendie honest and industrious braves i confiding in dowed with great natural Good sen audd of con Dong i Neihbors two depart Ingul Artty Cam that issues icy and Evi nut with the Limo Grande which its. The Village pos Bining in the boldest Concepti lying the most Complete Utility in la formation. Tho Village is Foni a net departments the Rivulet Dividio tre. This at first sight might not secular design. The buildings a. Ilar. The Ifasi Basenji Mallei i fall Tho first t item an ii and to Ladd i ill will u Lugo Enand descend. Lids with 111 in the formation if the Villag roof the Heads of Familia . _ if and Laid two foundations precise Lared upon them two Elj tial struck in planted in the ape d which ,.y Ai Idiu Grest Mulc per id cd i Laflin i that Fot i fro Ulai m As thei sides would Day of st. J the Village is jul another in Manly in making selections for the lis client Bouses is staked upon them me is entrusted to the race and iced the Quot fairest of the fair sent one vast Pyramid of human women from the adjoining Vil i witness this annual the signal is Given and the Tho houses pro Eings All ii and la dirty runners fifteen on a Side As one its from one end another from Tho opposite party starts from the other and Tho first thirty that run i Troug Haro considered As having gained the laurels of the Day. Thoy then in a grand , and in wild chorus of song surround he buildings from which in great profusion is Iho Wir. D upon them varieties of Fri Island cakes he crowd of spectators mixing in a Iov Ful scram . Tiie morning feats having passed off tic evening . De tween these to heaven reared Lowers stands a tall slender pole of native Pine Hij hark peeled off and the polish d surface greased. On the top of the pole is framed a Cross upon which Are Hung is skies of mils and festoons ingeniously Woven of Sweet aues Flowers and emblematic Al devices pictured Vith Silver dollars suspended wires and to town the Rich offering upon the very top of the Lule stands an aged and respectable ram fast pin the place. A Large crowd has gathered and to Meed 1 loud Terc they eos scaled the. Less the rustic Tho merry peals of music and the screams of the scaling squadrons Rushing to the trial. The pole is to a a a do the lists Woiln a Lei a a of nature s the prize would seem totally beyond yet their minds once Bent upon the of the object they make of their bodies ladders hoops chains leaning pyramids until at last some daring spirit readies the suspended treasure. As the evening shades i the festivity commences within doors Quot if their Village of the Dily Are rewarded Tho Maidens the Solo object of the separate in All they undertake ii their agricultural pursuits the same Xis Tsi when they go into Battle what dts crato feats of bravery will they not attempt to Wear Ibe Victor s crown7 indissoluble Bonds of Friendship bind them together and they have Ever been the White Man s Friend. Their honesty Ani Industry is proverbial and Well cultivated Fields and Well Slock cd farms give Token of much Thrift and Independence. They Are strict observers of the Catholic Faith the priests being allowed to live in their villages. If it hid not been for have Mexico would Long since overrun Tho surrounding Indian a a abut their tribes. They do not make War a Trade bravery is unc Nualles in the redress of i Jusli Santa is top capital of now Mexico. Ii a Small Aud Taco Sid it it Pablo Village in its most prosperous had a population than 2,000, and it is now upon Tho decline situated Twenty Miles from the Rio grand Tho East Side. It is owing to in extensive Merco with the elate of Mississippi and the Gold mines in Tho Vicinity that has Given Santa 1-. Namo abroad. From Santa pc a Largo wag Road winds around through the valleys a emerges out into Tho Plains before reaching i River. Through the san Miguel cd Bado it is filly Miles. San Miguel is Silva upon a Small Creek River called peas Riv which takes its Riso within fifteen Miles of Safe and after Runn no six Hundred Miles Falls into the Rio Tande. About half Way Between san found san Miguel is Tho celebrated Petasi vile being of tie same tribe that has been d. Scribed but claiming a More ancient origin. They have records hut Ore governed Oral traditions they observe the Catholic Faith but strange t Tell they say they Aro waiting Tho return of their great King who promised them that to would return in due season and from Timo immemorial have they preserved the iome fire that was burning up a his departure. They describe him As their great King Ond Saviour and Thoy take it turn tin watching Tho fire which is preserved ii e deep Well cellar. The old and most decrepit i High asian Mao w i Liia will the Ince v ii lie and i will leave the Kio c Leril Nia Riili upon main amp a Picu Ous place in Riili Caiki of i Esau Quot on struck do Eloiie build ski mud and then Phife a of mud ined of Rane and tie ,.r of ilm Liniai thousand 1 but As the never to unlit Ber Popup Ion no positive Hlatt Nien a no 111 an Juan Tel get at Dai Margo May con a i above Here the i in Willi Roe a that its lever Ocen Al Tempe. T i do Ilromi us la l Becco Inezi an Ini Kir Tant ill nay Prei ent tin i ii Ilace and Monterey Iii. Passes Thioni a a level c Nail Underwood the Iii and the Nuhi Wiite. Nucilli Eibl of Ide 1 Ihli a grow the lil Cral mean 11 la thus Bercy Ciui . So dense i 10,000 men each Nigl u a mile of each other the other being ing pm e bin and Dolc Ollie Wal of 1813. R. Was ant sign of a Rifle regiment in the War had that s and a Hebri a a to tiie . Fue session of Congress which has just Termi a rated will Lonija and gratefully remembered All True republicans for the triumphant Success of Many of t Cir cherished principles and measures. Cate and def and and trom which no Prosperity no cannot unmindful we Iii a per press. Fully hoi which i Sion of Coli get i lie ask of Bolh to ufos of Congress we allude to the Quot Quot Salej Witti drawl of their patronage from his decision a cheer of the patriotic motives Trust that this Deci. and to them we Covili gently Appeal to Aid ii ii a in a Quot the of Sirco of Sualau ing a news diaper is not the magnitude of its Suli script in a hit so Niue As the Adyr Tisins Patron Aie which May he i iwed upon it. In Large come Mereial cities Ninilee a the latter is usually the Couch Niitani of the former As it Etc its the obvious i Lereal of Llic Mer Carnill men to advertise in ,.se a h.s which Are tiie most circulated. Washington however is gift really Simiu aled. Deprive i of the a in Rig Iii pal Ronal e incident to a mercantile Community Aud Burden to i h Pinuhar and enormous a to lenses which Are not else Vav Here Macii Rcd nothing but a very Long list of subscribing patrons can sustain a paper in usefulness it indeed even in . T to proprietors of the Union Quot have bight to spared no pains and no exit us to make their iia Jer worthy of the , and worthy of the Suji port of that party whose Banner they arc enlisted. In publishing the most full and ample debates of the two houses of Congress it is believed Ever before at Temple on this a Nim it in a daily newspaper they have the service of the it reporters a Liili the country at the enormous Cost of per year. Their extensive foreign and Domestic correspondence is another Large item of expense but the usefulness of which 13 so highly commended and App re i Rince Liron i h who fiercely suite Quot Quot a Whorf. B violent that these i boast of 1.1,000 subscribers Quot weekly Aud weekly vet this list Skiersi enlarged to enable Tho avy e.xpense3 i list is com. Allbough Pecan lib st Siisi can Ron actors of Tho brigadier of i a arils 1 if you a the n lat ail hones of Fence and roared out i Ilic Rigil hand ii this said Road forked a Sililo 1 own one went to Tho right along the i Icar Tho British boats and the other Ini out re. The a Lyme troops Oli eyed Ilic to enemy seeing Lilieni Rusli to Llie t must he Aries noting to Cut o boats they lot though boats and Rei Iuvale ivern mail to b., r Guni cars Romni Anil Lial nov edit Llie Slick of Fisli a like upon the dollies and s Warbach of. As the Jimick a Miry 1. Belore they reach the whole disc acc is Wel Antil March ple Lily of woe Nany herds of Calili numer a a bilill1�bback\"oolis ethic of Iii it Otoi ice of Lauie. K new York paper tells a Slov of a Man in that City who had seen better Days and in his Rcd cd circumstances hired Hiti serf As a Porter Al a store lie worked a Day two earring Home goods sold in the store in which he was in against pecuniary loss. Invoking then again 1 and Tupi Ort of All Irue friends of cuu Licau Meni and ple Ilgin to renewed of the cause of the glorious principles we Cher a Olier the following proposals Fly Quot will to published As heretofore at $10 per annul it a Abl in Advance. Its Ehara Cler hitherto has been almost exclusively portion we purpose ii i general ii ,see.,, Winch Fain cd he id thermos lie to Lity to Liwaj these an Iii Ivill no in these Quot dangerous sol the Laby Riib i i Neath ring i paths an 1&Quot 10 some Lanier s had formerly visited. Humbled Ashi Trio Glit Iii Useir lie could not Slid this and asked his Dis Mission Ivo Iii his employers at the end of the week saving lie could Black boots do any Thimig Eue Fot an honest living i Valiere he wits idiot known but he he 1 was i fell on 1 a sooner die Ulitin stared adds the new York editor we of per annul. This contains All in Din the Quot daily Union Quot except local . During the sessions of Congress three numbers instead of two will issued without any extra charge to of Llie weekly Trio Quot weekly every Satur. In 10 near it Iii k in Tisani Uze. We Sli ail soon in nil cd to give nearly every article which May appear in the daily and Clit ions at the extremely Low rate of pc we propose also to give in tins cd icon a Coli Silete Synop ical summary of the proceedings in Bolh houses of Congress thus Renil ering Thi Quot weekly Union Quot a most valuable Channel of information to All classes of our country. But to Kern operate us for Thi sent Prisc in extensive subscription list is has flute la Register. In addition to the forego we have resolved to a if the National Legisla Nile of theom Nipol = 1< Igov that i judge i Kinig instance of the Ithol laugh Hin 1 one of the. Cd we Sib just Ana Zigoi Power of Ridic did if he close l. Coining ulv Cou a the unti uie direction is Nezire in n strip Nuncy lately upon a a Viii this Lac Cydoi lose Sumdy will Iii Pili Loiis Piid Lem until wit Iii Eglit of Monterey Reanis and rive Luis Iii Rucci the Road Luddy lanes which it Tinea j that to army will fortunate Pfahl 1 Lily us Quot six deep but is the near visit Rey is Poi Newhal opened of Iii to the Many Small Dir Capoin Niji lit made to Ilie Rigli piers act Ilie Road that conies from Tho Mutl st open Road , to proceed the Creek that Eicy b la i her s a lion within the up Carance of a Snia being so numer Ofin so Iny the Riff noting a very handsome appearance. A Quot he i suck Irilarry Laid out these reels avenues and Squar ire shaded with numerous fruit and her Trees arc to ufos taste and regi Larity in their construction Rhc City la Well a lured and everything about it strikes the behold a grand and Beautiful. A passing View if the i would convey the idea of a Large Jiapu Lalun but close Init action will How its Lar Quot of Castle like to a hot Square Quot Helf user Timon we a numb Noi give of More than 6, k 0 soul und 1 fice Sonu ins therell Ither it Ine Stone Linge Wii ii Crimson red where in. Creeping Vine cannot to found and where Tho Cedar and piste children of Tho Alpine Heights hive Ever dared to rear their Heads tie sides Aud Siim lits of these vast mountains presenting nothing to Lew but the Hare and Gist Mug Stone but in whose Osom lie concealed a Hining Beds of pure Silver Aud Lark aug Beds of Virgin Gold. In the Midway distance Rise numerous table Lounds commanding the town and All the entrances of the Northeast. Upon one of these to Moriaud in posit icons the a cooled people endeavoured to raise was Temple ditching for Tfelt is of hit Mieir Zeal a Elf air Means and to Mains unfinished. If the i the double dealing Lin voc of Here Nii Ghl Siya so Quot a Jex 1 charge could ing havoc of an America Plant the colors of their reap some of the laurels awarded t Ini Ilas a crops faintly portray in miniature dazzling chivalry of those devoted heroes who fell battling upon Tho ramparts of the Ever to re lumbered main Road passes through the principal so acc from North to South and As you is to ascend Ai Hose table in Side of the town Thi houses extending Down to its very Virgin. Upon the West Side Rise perpendicular mountains one Mili in height. Sons of the Quot Emerald it having been stated in a now Orl Cani paper that seventeen irishmen in the ii oui of peril had deserted from capt. Walker s company that Gallant officer has caused the following to to made Public ,july2l8t,l to of Imam in Laos Charern i hereby certify Fiat no irishman deserted any engagement ski Misli with the mexicans during Tho Campaign on the Rio Grande and for Public information 1 will state that Tho deserters on Tho night of the 2d May when an attack was made on Tho enemy were one englishman two americans Ond three germans who All speak Good English. One of Tho americans gave As a reason for running that his horse was lame. S. H. Walker u col. Tex. Rangers. Of this the one Man 0 anything. Well said 1 test your upped aside Kly Aud 1 daily proceedings and debate deed the arrangements a Iii Al Registe of Bol the very Best corps of product i d ended report is season super preceding ones Ilioiu the daily of the i. In have made with Nable us to Gito than we Havo eras we Ela Iii the Register reports in the it Pei med cd party 1 will Sou it tick i Vii a minute lie s for it few minutes and Rea i poured with a Hite Chati incr Mug Luid a half dozen Lem of. A few minutes sufficed to make the fruit into lemonade of which there was perhaps Quot gallon. Now said the Iiilorer, ii Ere is a new vessel filled As you see with i will give you a five Dollar Bill which our Friend Cist shall hold on a you will carry this chamber pot openly with its contents from Tho Cor if main and front streets to the court House and Back to your starting place. The other hesitated a moment and said 1 Lecept your offer. It is not often 1 can earn five dollars As easily. Earn it and to replied the other As soon of you please. All repaired to the Corner which it a few doors Ell Quot. Tho Mug with big Nous looking contents was set Down on Tho Side walk and All eyes were turned upon the acceptor of the Challo Tige. He lifted it with an Effort paused and sex great Deal heavier than i claimed i petted. Lemonade Jwo notice in Tho list of promotion in the u. S. Army that Don Carlos hell of this place has been promoted to first lieutenant from june 1846�?ind. fight. About a fortnight ago a Young Man Meil we. Jackson in one of the Back settlements was returning from the Woods inhere he had spent part of the Day shooting pigeons. When within about a mile of Home he heard a crackling in the Underwood Behi tid him and turning to learn Tho cause of the noise he beheld three enormous wolves coming directly towards him. He threw Down his game and placed his Back against a tree and silently awaited the attack of the ferocious animals. The wolves approached and walked round him two three times but seeing no Chance of attack behind advanced in front. When within a few feet to levelled his gun and fired the two barrels in succession and lira of the involves fell mortally wounded the third sprang at him and was saluted on the head with a stunning blow from the butt end of the piece but the animal recovering seized the Young Man the leg and both fell to the ground in a deadly struggle in which Tho Wolf Tore his antagonist severely in different parts of the body. Fooling himself growing weak from loss of blood Tho youth with some difficulty Drew a 1 from his pocket made one desperate plunge at Tho Savage animal and immediately fell and senseless at the. Foot of the tree awfully mangled in the conflict and covered wit i blood. When consciousness returned the sight of the three enemies lying dead Besid. Him awakened his wandering senses t. The reality and his miraculous escape from death. The hero of Tho fight has nearly acct of from his wounds although he will Bear to his grave the Broad scars of Hia Quot Mph and deadly struggle with the three wolves Byton Miranada Gazette. The Tessi,111. An a Pendix w f added Villi the to sent Grantui subscribers comprising a list of the acts Lini the session with a synopsis of their and a reference when necessary to pre i Lalion Titis will lorm the most com will Low Price to list Vasitas Are authorized to act As o 1 gems and sending us five yearly subscriber Villi the subscription Money for either the daily i Levi a a. la i a will been Lillie 10 on Eop edition As they furnish for the. o them m in i Law spire he notes a subscribers a to a. Reg Ishii will furnished publishing our prospectus with until the 1st of december next. Books made in Adlai titled dive a copy t cd unit. Rtuh Mil in urn mid Lem is of the daily Fot a to co Semi weekly 20 00 i do a. 3i 00weekly. 8 00 do 15 00 i congressional Register 10 00 name of no ii Sou will entered upon our less the payment of the subscription bom Ammoth stab1.e. Between Washington and Market streets directly opposite the Sentinel office up the Alley Indianapolis. The subscriber most respect full informs the Public that he has taken great pains to refit and improve his extensive smiles and to prepare for the comfortable accommodation of horses. His stalls Are Large and Roomy and horses Roqu Inibig cart Hera lors can so located. He keeps constantly on hand a Supply of Good Riding and harness horses together with carriages Huggs. Hacks and wagons which will Lirl 10 travellers City customers at the lowest rates. His hustlers Aro Well acquainted with their Busi is and will execute any commands with prompt members of Quot the legislature can have their horses kept in the Best manner where they can see and ride them As often As they please and at rates a leap As any reasonable Man can ask. Call and see the Mammoth stables Anil its Peculiar convenience and advantages. May 29,18j6. 37if John s Sale. Estate of John Webb late of the county of Marion state of Indiana deceased will on tuesday theft Day of september a. D. 1816, proceed to sell at Public Sale at the dwelling House on the farm of the Laid John Webb deceased in Perry township in said county the personal property belonging to the of one Hor, about forty head of cattle n two Horsa Wagon and gears and a variety of farming utensils. A Liberal credit will he allowed to purchasers Atid appraise mint and misses shoes Ana slippers. Ladies super Black English kid slippers very Fine do super Black French kid slippers very Fine do mfr coloured Isiah Kidikis Iiri Quot do sur English and Ameti Eai kid slippers do sugar Philadelphia gaiters and half gaiters do misses sup Quot Black and coloured kid Slipper. -. Do super Black and coloured Gaiter and if Ali gaiters do super English kid busking and do Supi Carp and coat busking and ties. Children s shoes of every description Ond once Tho single pair Bushel. Call it the sign of the Quot City shoe store. 39tf j. H. Oglesby. Win ski of bpm la a Ftp la is a Ipp Quot Quot Quot Smith Hannah a

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