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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - December 2, 1837, Indianapolis, Indiana Irv diary Apo 1,18 saturday Fec 3, 1837. People s nomination for president William ii. Harrison. The Commilles appointed to make the necessary arrangements to celebrate by the whigs the new York Victory will meet on tuesday evening next at Browning s hotel. The Reader is referred to the proceedings of the whig meeting held on tuesday last for a list of the names of those composing the committee. The legislature of this state will Convene on monday next. The session we apprehend will be one of great interest to the people. Besides other important subjects the system of internal improvement will doubtless continue to afford much interesting discussion and in All probability Call Forth further action on the part of the . It is certainly Gratifying in a High degree to know that our slate thus far has been so eminently prosperous amid the Adverse Fortune which has fallen upon other portions of the Union and which has been shared by thousands in almost every condition in life. That Liis Good Fortune should be made if possible to abide with our state and her citizens is certainly much to be desired. Is this to be done we might ask by yielding to the dictation of noisy and in Many instances unprincipled partisans who Cater More for self exalt ment than for the Good of the country a for ourselves we think far otherwise. The whole vote of the state will be about 86,000. The whig gain is about twelve thousand. The entire Senate is whig. In the House of representatives which consists of about five Hundred members the whigs will have a majority of near three Hundred and fifty. At a meeting of citizens from various parts of the state held in the representative chamber of the Capitol on tuesday the 28th Day of november 1837, Henry Brenton in the chair and j. W. Hamilton Secretary the following preamble and resolutions were adopted Viz wider was a convention has been called for the purpose of responding to the proceedings of a convention held in Ohio during the summer at which they expressed a preference for general Harrison but at the same Lime recommended a National convention for the purpose of a candidate and agreed to abide by and support the nomination which might be made at the National convention and whereas we approve of the Call for a convention in Indiana therefore Jle solved that this meeting recommend Itiat meetings be immediately held in the respective counties for the purpose of appointing delegates to this convention. Henry Brenton pres t. J. W. Hamilton Sec y. Cob Smith Levi Strain Samuel b. Tie ads William m Vay James Rhoads jr., Jesse Grace and John Byrkit. Resolved that the proceedings of this meeting be published in the Indiana journal. Jesse by kit chairman. John Rhoads Sec y. I have cautiously examined the map of the state of Indiana executed by or. J. H. Colton of new York. The map is yet in an unfinished state but enough of it is executed to show that when it is completed it will not be inferior to any map of either of the states in its execution. It does much credit to the Enterprise and taste of or. Colton and is worthy of Public patronage. A specimen of the map May be seen at the state Library. Our legislature will soon be in session and As a citizen of the state interested in its welfare and Prosperity i would make the following suggestion to wit that the slate should subscribe for a suite client number of these maps to Supply each county in the state with one copy and one to be presented to each of our sister Stales. Fhe compliment has been paid us from each of the slates who have had maps engraved of presenting us a copy would not Courtesy seem to require on our part that the compliment should be reciprocated Indiana. Garnee St. Joseph Kalamazoo a Lagan Mackinaw Kent Jonia Shi Ausse Saginaw 4 50 150 31 184 299 110 9 46 27 316 239 52 53 1 22 8 49 727 1564 762 1916 727 762 837 1154 the Van Buren men Ait act to find considerable Consolation for their recent overwhelming defeats in the belief that it May be the Means of bringing or. Webster Forward As the presidential candidate in opposition to or. Van Buren. Whilst we a would feel very sorry to take from our prostrate political adversaries this Small ground of Comfort we feel bound at the same time to a deceive them. The whigs Are not made of such stuff As to be thrown off to Weir guard by any considerations until they shall succeed in expelling the goths and vandals from the National Capitol. The great body of the whigs have entire Confidence in the several individuals spoken of for the presidency and they will select Liat one upon whom they can rally the most strength in order to leave no doubt of Success. Principles in preference to men is now emphatically the motto of the whig party. Our opinion about the matter frankly is this. If the election were entirely with the whigs there is no question that Henry Clay would be chosen almost by acclamation. Under existing circumstances however we have but Little doubt that William Henry Harrison will be and ought to be the candidate. This is All the Consolation we can afford to our discomfited Vail Buren friends. At few periods has Public sentiment with regard either to men or measures exhibited a More rapid change than that which is every where apparent. It bids fair indeed to be of the most thorough and Radical character. The miserable and dangerous Quot experiments Quot to which or. Van Buren and his followers have resorted in order to perpetuate influence and retain Power have already created just alarm Over our hitherto prosperous and Happy country. In no Quarter has the sad reality with its blighting influence been More thoroughly marked of More strongly met than where the originators and contrives of these Are Quot Best known. It is there too that the people Quot have i proved their authors in the most signal manner and All such As shall attempt to Render the Best interest of the country subservient to the accomplishment of Mere party purposes. This burst of indignation if we May so speak is not however confined to one portion of the Union alone. It pervades in a greater or less degree the whole country. It is even heard in loud and startling accents around the peaceful and hitherto impenetrable Quot Hermitage Quot of the Quot old no wonder then on the Prospect of the country s being Dis enthralled and regenerated that those who have been steady in their opposition to misrule should feel disposed to rejoice Over so great so desirable an achievement. We Trust however that this May be done in the right spirit every where. That All interests and feelings will be merged in a Hearty desire to promote the Honor and Advance the Prosperity of our common coun try. At a meeting held in the Capitol at Indianapolis on tuesday nov. 28, 1837, of the citizens of Marion Colin in As Neu As Many persons from gift Ersnt parts of the state preparatory to a Celebration of the great whig victories recently achieved in various parts of the Union and More especially in the state of new York or. Ii in ii Brenton was called to the Clair and or. J. W. Isamii ton appointed Secretary. The following ire Amplo and resolutions were proposed for adoption Viz iii areas Curiton sanctions the of celebrating in a rational and becoming manner the Triumph and Correct principles and , following close Afier Maine Rhode Island new Jersey North Carolina and the great West a great and political revolution has recently taken place in the Empire state a revolution As glorious and As it was unexpected a revolution which Adovas Bright and cheering evidence of the Down Lull of that spirit of misrule which threatened to lend to the destruction of credit of Security and even of Liberty itself and to end in agr arianism and the uprooting of All our valued institutions therefore resolved that we Hail with uniting led pleasure the decisive and overwhelming political Victory obtained Over the Loco focus and destructive at the recent election in the great state of new York and that we participate with the whigs throughout t the Union in tiie general admiration which is every where Felt for the Brilliant and illustrious Eilfort of popular Power which resulted in the important achievement which it is our pure of celebrate. Resolved that we regard this spontaneous movement of the people As indicating their settled and unalterable purpose to Sanction no More experiments on their Prosperity and that we Hail it As evidence of the Quot divorce Quot of their Confidence from the abuse of Power. Resolved we View with Pride and the evidence furnished by the late powerful demonstrations of the popular will in new York and elsewhere that the people repudiate the a a perish. Crew a a perish Commerce doctrines which threatened to demolish All credit destroy All into Prisc and to dry up every Avenue to rational and individual Prosperity. Resolved that we invite those who have rated so much about the a a democracy of numbers to contemplate the state of things in new York As Well As in other states where the people have had an Opportunity to express their sentiments and Bow to the supremacy of the popular will. Resolved that we recommend an appropriate Celebration at Indianapolis by the whigs of Indiana at some Day not Distant. Revolved that a committee of Twenty individuals be appointed by the chair to make arrangements for this Celebration who shall also determine on the time when and the manner in which it shall take place and give due notice through the Pul Lic prints. The meeting was addressed in a most eloquent and thrilling manner by or. R. W. Trio apron of Lawrence and or. C. B. Smith and or. S. W. Pakker of Connersville whose addresses were frequently interrupted by the cheering and applause of the com Pany. The question was then taken on the adoption of the preamble and resolutions and carried unanimously. In pursuance of tie last Resolution the chair appointed As a committee the following gentlemen Viz. Noah Noble Richard w. Thompson John ii. Sanders d. Maguire Nicholas m Carty Jameson Hawkins William Sheet Jos. G. Marshall Milton Stapp Caleb , a. W. Russell a. G. Willard we. Hanna Nian a. W. Morris d. H. Coleck Thos. J. Evans Joseph m. Moore Thomas Dowling Calvin Fletcher and John Vawter. Ordered that the proceedings of this meeting is published in the in Diana journal. Henry Brenton chairman. J. To. Hamilton Sec y. Messes. Editors have you Ever called at the room of or. Ephraim Brown portrait Painter of this place if you have done so i am confident you will concur with me in saying that he is eminently world to of the Praise and patronage of our citizens. I am not a judge of execution in painting but i am confident in saying that of All the artists whom i have Ever known or. Brown excels in giving a Imi firmly exact picture. Every portrait which he has yet executed gives the features and expression of its original with most marked and obvious precision. This is certainly the most important of All Points and in it or. Brown is extraordinary considering his experience. Concerning his execution Good judges speak Wilh commendation. Suffice for me to say Liat i can see As much perfection in or. Brown s work As in any that i have Ever examined. But he has a particular claim upon the favor of the people of this place and Titis state. In Indianapolis he first commenced and Liere lie has lived and by the Force of his own Industry and Genius advanced until we have now High reason to be proud of him. Let not the people of Indiana fail to encourage the Genius of iter own soil. D. Ladies fair. The character of our citizens and of the visitors to the seat of government at this season of the year for liberality was fully sustained last evening at the Sale of a variety of neat and useful articles made by the ladies connected with the missionary sewing Circle of this place during the past season. We understand the proceeds of the Sale exceeded $230�?and although the materials used were generally of a Superior and costly Quality and the work exceedingly Well executed yet we Are gratified to know that such substantial evidence of the Liberal approbation of their friends will As Well contribute handsomely to Aid in sending the gospel to the unenlightened nations of the Earth As to cheer the ladies Onward with renewed Zeal and interest in their delightful work in which they doubtless find it More blessed to give than to receive. In their name we Are permitted and desired to return their thanks for the kind patronage extended to their efforts. Massachusetts route of the Loco focus in this state has been More Complete than it was in new York. The elections were for a governor lieutenant governor and members of the legislature. Returns from All the towns in the state but six stand thus for Edward Everett whig 52,058 Marcus Morton Loco Kocoj 33,2a4 Everett s majority 18,824 to the chairman and gentlemen composing the whig meeting held this Day at Indianapolis. Sir and gentlemen having Learned that a meeting of the citizens of Marion county would to held this Day at Indianapolis to take measures preparatory to celebrating in a suitable manner the great whig Victory in the state of n. York q Large and respectable meeting of the citizens of Wayne township Marion county Indiana was convened when or. Jesse Byrkit was called to the chair and or. John Rhoads appointed Secretary. On motion it was resolved that a committee be appointed to draft resolutions expressive of the sense of this meeting which committee having retired a few moments returned and presented the billowing which were unanimously adopted. Resolved Liat we cordially approve of celebrating the great Triumph of whig principles in the state o new York. Resolved that it is not so much in the defeat of our opponents that we rejoice As that the american people Are becoming alive to their welfare and will not suffer themselves to be longer governed by demagogues and experimenters. Resolved that we will cordially unite with our be Low citizens of Marion county and others to celebrate at Indianapolis this glorious Victory at the time that May be designated. A solved that we Aji prove of a convention to nominate a candidate for president of the United states. Resolved that the foregoing resolutions to signed by the chairman and Secretary and a committee of pointed to present the same to the meeting at Indianapolis. When the following committee was appointed Viz messes. John Rhoads Jesse Byrkit Michael Woods John rat Idolph Robey Joseph a Rhoada John Peck Charles s. Rhoads William Robey Hiram Rhoads a messes. Editors a in Riding through the mud to this place i overheard something like the following conversation not 50 Miles Distant before a crowd of tavern listeners modern great Man. I say gentlemen tis the Bank that makes All the difficulty the Bank makes the stockholders Rich the Bank buys up votes at elections the Baik makes aristocrats the Bank will not lend to poor men the Bank pays out rags and hoards up specie. Or. Al. But does the Bank make Good dividends m. G. M. Yes eight and ten per cent., and if it were not for laying up a Large surplus fund the dividends would be much larger. Or. A. Where then does the Bank get Money to buy votes if it makes a Good dividend now and provides also by its surplus fund against a Rainy Day it must be Well managed. Their customers who pay punctually Are not Likely to a Are for any body at elections. I would like to see the sum that would Hizy a county of Western people and As to aristocrats Many of their women and children stockholders would hardly know them from wild cats. M. G. M. Sir i say the Banks Are All corrupt the directors do just As they please with the state Money they Are corrupt. Sir they Are federalists sir they Are aristocrats. Sir they have broke their charter sir they must be wound up sir or. A. If the directors do wrong the governor and legislature have Power to enquire into their conduct and see that they Are punished but i want better proof than the statement of a lawyer who has been disbarred for taking fees on both sides. M. G. M. It is not True sir it s a slander on me or. I. Here Are persons present who can prove it. I Call upon or b. And or. A t3 state the facts. Or. B. I was present and know that they Are As \ of stated them. Or. C. And i also know the same. Here modern great Man retires in disgust or. Al. This is the kind of men who would destroy the Best institutions of the country to bring themselves into notice. His Cliar Acler is stained with other crimes of a still Blacker Dye. The whole country must be brought to a Penitentiary level before he can stand on an Equality with others. Within my own knowledge there Are respectable persons of both panics in the Bank who unite in promoting tie same objects. Where they have done Rigau let us approve them. Where they have been misinformed or mistaken or wrong let us try and Correct them. A traveller. There Are one or two Small counties to be heard from they cannot vary the result. According to the Detroit free press v. A the Van Bur Niles have carried the legislature. Last year there was but one Good and True whig in the legislature. We venture to say this is the last Victory the Loco focus will Ever gain in Michi san. From the Charleston Injia Nian execution in time for the meeting of on state legislature is rapidly approximating that assemblage will be charged Wilh important business and such matter proper for tiie consideration of that body As shall pass into the minds of the people and particularly of tie conductors of the newspaper press should be of traded upon the notice of the members elect. At present we particularly direct the attention of our representatives and All others who May see this paper to a clause in our statute Book which we esteem a palpable Absurdity and which demands prompt Atlo lion. We allude to that Section of tie execution Law which exempts from exer Ulion certain specified property. The Law designates enumerated articles which shall be exempt provided Lioy shall not exceed in value the sum fifty dollars. At the Lime of the passage of this Law probably the articles named might have been purchased with the Money but since that period times have changed property has enhanced in value so much so that these articles As necessary now As then could not be purchased Wilh much less than double the sum specified in the times then having changed we would suggest also a corresponding alteration of the Law. Humanity dictates it Anil none we presume would object to it who could or should exercise a con Roling influence Over a portion of any Community. None hut a shylock would of acct to a Law set iring by exemption from execution such articles of household furniture As Are necessary for the Comfort and subsistence of the wife and children of the unfortunate or even the a profligate debtor. To Here is not enough covered by the exemption even did the value not exceed $50. One bed and necessary bedding is not sufi client for a family and the Law should include one bed to every Oliree who compose the family of an execution debtor. We have named this subject now that the representatives May feel Public opinion if they Are disposed antecedent to taking their seats. That an amendment is demanded and will be made we have no doubt. To show the Absurdity of the Law and the proviso we quote the articles exempted and affix an average value to each item As follows 1 r,. $2 50 1 cow and calf 18 00 1 bed and bedding. 30 00 1 chopping axe 2 50 1 weeding Hoe 1 00 1 wheel and reel 6 00 2 months provisions 20 00 household furniture 20 00 total $100 00 it will be seen by the foregoing estimate that fifty dollars Only covers one half the property originally designed by the Law to be exempt from execution. At the Price we have prefixed the articles in Many parts of the state could not be purchased and probably in other parts they might be obtained for something less but nowhere could they be bought with eighty dollars. This shows that the legislature should examine the matter and apply the remedy. We Hope the press universally will Call the subject Home to the respective representatives in their Vicinity without delay. Michigan election. The Van Buren men have carried the slate through by a reduced majority As will be seen from the annexed statement. The whig candidate for governor is Charles c. Trowbridge the Van us Reid candidate Stephen Mason. Nov. 183. Aug. 1837, w. V. I. W. V. A Wayne co., 68 464 Macomb 218 70 Monroe 342 357 is. Clair 71 to was Rutnaw 27 159 Oakland 42 165 Livingston 153 60 Lena we 52 �79 Hillsdale 4 30 Jackson and Ingham c6 13 Cash Iun 1-14 236 Berriere 32 7 Branch 188 99 Lapier 3 27 lower Canada. Important intelligence. From the Jill Sircal courier extra of saturday last. Arrests in Montreal Rescue of two prisoners arrested at Saint events of yesterday and the Day before Are of a nature to require of us the fulfilment of our Promise made at the beginning of this month of an extra Sheet whenever news of a particular interest was to be communicated. We were prevented from publishing in our yesterday s paper the earlier part of the narrative we now present by a special request As Well As by the fear of perhaps impairing the Success of the measures that were in Progress by any Loo Early publicity such As we might then have Given them. It was not until about nine o clock on tuesday evening that they became known at All and it was Tsien considered Best that for a Short time they should remain As Little known As possible. On thursday evening a considerable number of warrants were lodged in the hands of the High Constable who succeeded with a party of special constables in arresting six of tie delinquents messes. Andre Ouimet president of the cd Stela Liberia j. Dubuc an Emy Loye at Pigeon s tavern Frans. Tavernier George de Boucherville advocate. Or. Simard and a student at Law named Leblane. Several other warrants were not served owing to the absence of the parties. Among tie absentees we understand were or. O Callaghan Thos. S. Brown Randolph Deari vie res and Ovide Perrault. The arrested parties were All safely lodged in gaol a report has been in circulation that or. Desrivieres has since been arrested but up to last night nothing had occurred to warrant it. We have not Learned positively the precise nature of these arrests. Public report declares them to be of High treason and we Are not aware that there is any reason to suppose it is Correct in this particular at eight o clock on the same opening a party of 18 of the Royal Montreal Volunteer cavalry was despatch red to St. Johns with Constable Malo to effect the arrest of messes or. D Avignon and Demaray having quietly effected their object they set out on their return a not three o clock in the morning by the same Road. Not air from Chambly they met with a party of about 30 persons variously armed who however went off As they approached. At about a mile from Longueil they were warned by a woman that a Large body of men were in waiting for them a Little farther on but from some cause or other the information was disregarded and the party proceeded As before. They h us gone on but a very Short distance when they found themselves Arnost close to a body of about 300, in a Field on the right of the Road protected by a High Fence and armed with rifles and muskets. The party in Advance moved on to pass them but was received by a heavy fire which it was impossible for them to return with effect armed As they were with pistols Only and from a body which on account of the High Fence they could not charge sword in hand. Under these circumstances the fell Back on the main body of the party though not until several shots had told with effect upon them. Lieutenant Ermatinger was wounded we believe with Duck shot in the face and below the shoulder. Or. Sharp received a Bullet through the leg a Little below the knee and or. John p. Ashton received a slight wound from a slug. Or. John Molson or. Had a narrow escape for his life a Bullet passing through his Cap and grazing his head. I Joshua Woodhouse is also wounded and we believe from All we hear severely. Several of the horses we Are told were Mote or less wounded. In turning to Retreat the Wagon in which the constables and the two prisoners were was upset and necessary rally left behind by the cavalry who then made their Way into Longueil across the Fields. In arriving there they found a detachment of two companies from the 22d regiment under maj Reed who had been despatched at an Early hour from Montreal to receive and support them in Case of necessity but whose orders had unfortunately directed him not to proceed beyond Longueil. The prisoners had however then made their escape and the whole body returned to the City for farther orders. Some two hours afterwards Constable Malo re turned to the City reported none others killed or wounded and of course without his prisoners. We understand that the four companies of the royals now in town have received orders to March Early this morning under lieutenant colonel Wetherall k. H. On special duly not yet precisely disclosed Between Longueil and Chambly. They will be accompanied by one or perhaps two Field pieces. Conflicting reports Are current As to the Lacole of Unar rested leaders and of or. Papinean in particular. By some it is confidently stated he is in town by others that he has even left the country and Crossett the line. The authorities we Trust will lose no time in following up the a love they have now struck. They have passed the Rubicon and the Success of their measures must henceforth depend mainly on their promptness. No Stone must be left unturned to ensure the arrest of every Man against whom evidence can be found to warrant a fair Hope of his conviction. There is a Little doubt expressed in some quarters Aslo the fact of a warrant being actually out against Papineau but we Trust there is no ground for such a doubt. The number of warrants prepared is we believe considerable and some one of them 7nust be for the head offender. The arrest of a n. Morin in Quebec shows there is no intention of allowing the leaders to leave All the dangers of revolution to their underlings. We have reason to Hope that a considerable number of additional arrests Are Likely to be made in and near Quebec the More men the belter but the highest must be among the first. The Best argument we can urge upon our readers to induce them to renewed activity and spirit in their country s cause is to be found in the events of the last Day or two. The Long desired blow is at last struck by the government. Blood has at last been shed by the rebels who now stand unmasked and fairly subject to the worst penalties of the Laws they have insulted. No British subject could desire better things. Let but the enemy be seen and the result is certain. Argument is no longer needed to convince any one of what each Man s conscience must now plainly Tell him of his duty. He has but to remember that England expects every Man to do it. We see from last night s Populaire that or. Demaray one of the parties rescued at Longueil has just been discharged from his situation As Post master at St. Johns. The Public will be no losers. The chief of the rebel gang Amable Norbert Morin director in chief of the seditious and treasonable proceedings of the permanent and Central committee of Quebec and chief spy of the Montreal faction was lodged in jail this morning on a similar charge to that on which Jos. Legare Pierre Chassuer Eugene Trudeau and Barthelemi Lachance were arrested. A. N. Morin was committed until saturday when he will be further Quebec morning Herald of wednesday. Sir John Colborne has called in the old pensioners and the old soldiers who Are willing to serve both to enter on immediate Active service. A pop Idaire. We learn from the courier of the 17th, that the parties arrested in Quebec were messes. Chasseur Legare Lachance and Trudeau the first being the Printer of the Liberal. The editors of that paper messes. Bouchette and Hunter had not been arrested As was reported Here on monday. The charge against the parties arrested is for unlawfully and seditious by contriving amp a. To disturb the Queen s peace bring her government and person into contempt and alienate the affections of her subjects. Or. Legare was a Justice of the peace but had been dismissed. Two companies of the 24th regiment from upper Canada arrived at Montreal on wednesday last. A number of the inhabitants of St. Johns loyalists have enrolled themselves As a corps of volunteers ready to act in concert with the military As occasion May require. We published some Days since an account of a portion of the inhabitants to sustain or. Chif fers the magistrate in maintaining the Queen s authority. It seems however Liat tie malcontents have proved the stronger a meeting is held on sunday at the Church door at which be solutions were passed declaring that no More courts should be held or warrants issued. Or Chaffers was notified of this on monday whereupon he declared the courts suspended and the District in a state of rebellion against her a in St. His life and property were threatened. The Herald states that two Wagon loads it if rifles from the United states passed through Farn Ham week before last supposed to be intended for distribution among tie inhabitants of the Parish of St. Mary and the neighbourhood. Also that a number of wagons loaded with rifles packed in chests and marked Quot butter and cheese Quot had left Burlington for Canada these rifles Are said to be sold in the country shops at $5 . Y. Com. i. A. I. A it Leci a Stative. The legislative Assi Mobly of Indi Najmy it will Meek i the court Louse on saturday eve Onig next at who ice time his boy sweeter will deliver in me visage to the Assembly. A the ladies and gentle ten of Ludiana Cus Are respectfully invited to attend. By order of the Asseri Nult Quot _ Hervey Brown Prin. Sec Yaj j. A. James i Prei s manufacturer Ani it Type and s to retype founder no i Baker St Ket Cincinnati and Kec Peon hand print i avg presses of Vurnm a pane try. Patent Seal presses for notaries Ami clerks a very cheap and Superior article also Tye pc printing Nia Renals of All kinds Bluck a Ole red printing inks stereotyping done to order As Here to fort. Oid Type rect ived in Exchange Jit tit la of to per la. Five second landed snipe Royal priming premises ene do. Imperial do All in Complete or or it Large Slock of second hand the of All sizes fro nonpareil up. For Sale a very reduced prices. Also Consia uly on hand and for Sala a.1 manufacturers prices a Large assortment of fun thug Cap and letter paper dec. 2�?7-3t_ rub not Al a n n a Al of the grand Lodge of Indiana will he held Al Maspn a Hall in Tho tawn of Indio Apolis on Rise 2iid to Quot Day of Dicou it ber a. D. 1837. Representatives from Suu ordinate lodges i 1 lie Annc tort in Aue Danca. L5y order of the grind . 2 totice.--person8 having unsettled accounts with i. J. A Moore amp co. Are once More requested to. Call on the subscriber Al the store of Foster amp West formerly occupied by j. Ivi. Moore amp co those who think that the indulgence already extended to them i.? not As much As should be Given will Confer a particular Obi fration by calling and informing me How Rich longer they should be wailed on. Those who do not Call will not of course be offended if cow eco on by a Constable. The very particular friends who imagine they will not be sued Are informed that any feeling which could have forbid such a course has Long since yielded to necessity and those indebted May be assured that the undo rained confident that the indulgence extended has been loner enough does not feel the least hesitation in putting any in suit except when Posi. Tic Green cents have been made to the contrary unless butt lament be made within a few Ilys. Nov. 11 4 Joseph m. Moore. _ amp Olmstead tailors announce to their old friends and customers and the Public generally that hey. Haye removed their slip to the building recently occupied by k. Browning the Washington Italy hotel. They will always Endeavor to have in their employ ii number of first rate workmen of the Best character and Are prepared to execute All orders entrusted to. Them with neatness and despatch. If attention to business and a desire to please will ensure Success thy Are determined to succeed no v. 25�?6-6� Ril Aken up by Allen Atherton living in a on Al township Marion county la., one red and White cow marked with a Small crop Olathe right ear and under bit the under Side of the left. Supposed to to 9 or 10 years old appraised to $14, by Joseph Ben Ner and William m Connell a True copy from my is tray Book Lyman Carpenter j. P. Nof. Ib�?3t flak in up by Samuel file incr living in Warren Al township Marion co., la on the a in nov. On dark red steer supposed to be 4 years old last Spring marked with a crop off the right ear and upper bit off the left no other Marks or brands perceivable. Appraised to $17 by David Shields and Edward Leizer before me this Igich Day of nov 1837. 1 do certify the above to be a True copy from my new tray Book. _ j. P. Manna a p. Nov. 23�?6-3tp__ persons indebted to us Whoso accounts Are now due Are requested Socall and Battle the same. To those whose notes and accounts have been due for one two three and four years to would say that longer indulgence cannot be Given we Hope this will be sufficient. We would also inform our old customers that we have just received anew Supply of goods which we will sell Low for Cash or on a credit of six months. A. W. Russell amp co. Nov. 25�?6tf Ohil amp co., respectfully inform their Cust finers and the Public generally that they have removed their Stock of goods to the room lately occupied by Philips amp Griffith Union Row six doors East of the Post office and next door West of or. John Jamison s store. The Stock consists of n ii neral is Sorimpt of dry goods groceries hard Foj Lri shoes hats Caps and Bojaj ets and almost Ivery article usually kept in a retail establishment. They Are daily expecting an additional Supply of fall and Winter goods. Their terms shall be As favourable and prices As Low As Thoss of any House in Tow they would particularly invite attention to their assortment of cloths which arc Selling . Almost All kinds of country produce taken in sex chanae for a oods. Nov. 11, 4tf.__ Otice is hereby Given that Rob Kkt Kauthen ton a Journeyman tailor absconded from this place the 1st of this inst without paying his Board 1 therefore warn All persons to beware of said Wear Thenton. You Niny know said Wearl Henton when you see him. He is about 5 feel 7 inches High rather slender about 19 Vears old rather Sandy hair bid eyes Low while hat Blue coat a very great Rowdy and a scoundrel so far As be has Lornt and a pro client in learning. 1 understand he has respectable Par Mirs living near Rushville la. A s Hull. Purina Inzillo nov. 3, 1837�?4-3t undersigned As and Mihoff Iranor of the estate of Jacob Roop late of iii Fluin Polis dec., will expose to Sale on saturday the 9th of december ensuing on the premises the brow Ery lately carried on by said deceased Wilh All its Var rious fixtures. A credit of 3 months will be Given by the nov. Purchaser la ving the necessary Etc Unity. Of. 2.�. L�37 William Campbell. F the Best Mut enals and warranted. South Side of Washington Street est of Meridian Street in Ihu for occupied As an office by the if sly Eric As a i to me i reeled from la Elf Iris a of an Park s office of tie Marion circuit f ourt i will expose to Public Sale on saturday the 23d Day of december next at the court House door in Indi inn Olis at 2 o clock. M. On said Day the rents und profits for 7 years of lot no. 6, in Square no. 70 in the town of Indianapolis and on failure to realize the full amount of said execution a Intges and costs i will at the same time and Pince expose Ihn is Inlo lot executed As their to Perty of Nathan Dudley at the suit of the to Dinna i Lis insurance co Nanny. Corson Vickers f dec. 18.37. Semff m. Raddles Hajj less and truism so tha undersigned keeps can Tanily on hand and he Tsvili make to order. Saddles a Aracsi trunks and Alt other articles in his line. All articles manufactured by him Are undo of the Best materials and warranted. His a hop is on the and a us doors w Story of the build tar occupied diam journal. We. Eckert. Nov. Ii. 4tfa b he has purchased a right to make Sheet s Patent Spring saddles which fur durability Eise and Comfort Are unsurpassed. W. E. A Loht school for writing Book keeping. Room Over the store ree Vivily of copied by messes. Philips Griffith. I jiving made to remain in to a three / Mai his Quot am now ready to attend a night Clasa from 6 till n o clock. Al ii �5 in Advance which will Enfilio Ihu learner to a seat until a free easy and rapid business Huud by . L Young mechanics will be to Voyght an easy and aim Spie Mii Thod of bookkeeping by single entry without Lex re. Haruo. A a. Mclaurin. F if a k % Tate forwarding amp commission Merthal Lawrence Burgh a. Re Fern Cir. T. A Phipps Indianapolis w. A a wine Green Borgh a a a m. Mendenhal Napoleon. Bov. Fl5�o�j7-i8m a. A. Pfann fancy or ornamental writing of any executed to nov. In is la a ii Nisi so a a just received Anu Forsa Leai the a Colton k co s a a a map of ill Vois Chi being Tho Section a run Goa div Iaione Tow Skios Uit Ernal improvement amp a. Farmers Inge and 8j�l�idiapb_ o Michigan and Ouis Coj so a on Roura a itch Ell a Mapa of a a very Pinte in ibo a us a a Quot Sopp Eberso we. Y. �jjat.,

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