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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - July 6, 1842, Indianapolis, Indiana To the so Mal under the window of the Hall of the House of representatives of the uni red states. By John Quincy Adams. Thou silent Herald of time s ceaseless flight say could st thou speak what warning voice were thine Shade who can st Only show How others Shine dark sullen witness of resplendent Light in Day s Broad Glare and when the Noontide Bright of laughing Fortune Sheds the Ray divine thy ready favors cheer us but decline i ii Clouds of morning and the gloom of night yet Are Why counsels faithful just and Wise. They bid us seize the moments As they pass snatch the retrieve less Sunbeam As it flies nor lose one Sand of life s revolving Glass aspiring still with Energy Sublime by virtuous deeds to give eternity to Tomk. Our country our country a tis a glorious land with Broad arms stretched rom Shore to Shore Tho proud Crucific Clofes her strand she hears the dark Atlantic Roar and Nurmi in d on her ample breast Tiow Many a a goodly Prospect lies in nature s wildest grandeur dress d enamelled with her loveliest dyes. Rich Prairies deck d with Flowers of Gold like Sun Light oceans Roll afar Broad lakes Iier azure heavens behold. Reflecting Clear each trembling Star. And mighty Rivers Mountain born go weeping Onward dark and deep. Through forests whore the bounding Fawn beneath their Sheering branches leap. And cradled mid her clustering Hills Sweet varies in dream like Beauty title where love the air Wii i music fills and Calm Content and peace abide. Fur plenty ii Ere her Fiill nes spurs in Rich profusion o or the Lind and sent to Seiz her generous stores there prowls no tyrant s hireling band. Great god we thank thoe for this Home Titis bounteous Bir Liland of tie free we to wanderers from afar May come and Brealie the air of Liberty still May Hor Flowers untrammelled Spring Iler Harvest wave her cities Rise and yet till time shall fold his Wing remain Earth s loveliest Paradise new met Iod of raising so tips. A at a late meet in iof the Academy of science Ftp. Vian communion Ted a description of an apparatus for raising vessels sunk in deep water. It consists simply of a covered airtight a i Light Frame work which he terms the i Rostal. The a i ii Ratus is Sutrik until it comes in Contact with the object it is intended to Rise by allow ing the water to Rusli in and fill tie Hij Broslat which of course becomes submerged. The valves Are now closed and the apparatus firmly attached by Means of cables to the Vonsel. A a Poco a connected with a pipe is Opi died and this pipe communicates Willi two Frei ints in a boat at the surface of the Otie othe recipients contain Carbonate of Lime and the Osiier an acid and a communication is a Tal Ilish de Between them f in the purpose of obtaining and keeping up a Supply of carbonic acid Gas which passes through the pipe into the Hydro stat and displaces the water. The apparatus becomes inflated withal Glit Gas the of which is if its volume lie Large enough ii. Will Draser the a it Seel to which it is attached to the surface of the water. Turning Over Watson s Quot annals of Philadelphia Quot our eyes fell upon a passage in relation to female dress in the Quot Olden time Quot and the various plans and exp diets adopted by our a Rand Dames to captivate the beaux of the Day. They first resorted to enor Mous hoops which were sometimes so Sartre that Quot a lady going to a gala party in a chaise so filled it up that tiie person who drove it stood up behind the Box and directed the reins Quot hoops having had their Day a machine called a Quot Bishop Quot was invented which being stuffed with horse hair gave increased fullness and Rotun Dity of Fairure. To this succeeded a smaller affair also stuffed with horse hair which they wire As they did the Bishop under their garments. After this Thev used silk or Calimano thickly quilted and inlaid with Wool made into petticoats of Toliese they wore from three to six Accordini to circumstances. By these contrivances the female Fairure wis considered to be greatly improved and a Belle with half a dozen of these appendages was considered perfectly irresistible. After various Chaneles in fashion our Belles have got Back to the ancient Mode and under the name of Quot Turnure Quot or Quot Bustle Quot they present artificial figures not unlike those of our grand dimes. Nash. Whig. Jeu d editor of the London age says that having occasion to explore files of the morning papers for an , several singular notices struck his Eye. The following from the British traveller Are specimens common sense if possible in our next. A christianity must be deferred for More temporary matter. Scandal has already appeared in a former number. Truth is inadmissible. Honesty would be unintelligible to Many of our readers. We know nothing of Quot Good manners Quot therefore the writer must be mistaken in his conjectures. Sci trility May depend upon being inserted during the course of the week. Decency must be altered to make it fit for our columns. A Patriot is at present rather out of Date. An honest lawyer with other originals in a Day or two. Matter of fact does not come within the Circle of newspaper intelligence. C a in b i d a t e s. observations port in to Eek ending june 25, 1842, taken at the Franklin Institute Indianapolis by 3. Wheeler. Thermos Sistek. Baro Cha act meter course charac rain or of min Max. . La. It. Wind. Ter of Snow. Weath 1 1 inches. . Wind. Or. 1 53. 173. 163.6 s Salt Bre 1 fair t 53. 79.5 69.1 s s it Bre fair w 63. 80.5 72.8 w s it Bre ,87 variable t 69. 79. 73.1 new new sir Bro variable f 68. 84. 78.1 be e sir Bre fair s 71. 1 �83. 76.8 1 1 so so str Bre variable. Bank note table. Corrected weekly from the Cincinnati papers pre pre Par Par Par Par Par Par Par Dis Par Par Par Par Par Par Par Par Par Par Dis Ohio life and Trust 2 Lafayette commercial amp Franklin bks 2 Westein Reserve Bank Farmers and mechanics by. Steubenville Columbiana by. Of new Lisbon Belmont Bank of st. Blairsville Dayton Bank. Commercial Bank of Scioto Clinton Bank Columbus Bank of Marietta 3 Quot it. Pleasant Quot Zanesville. Quot Muski Ngum Quot Circleville old Quot Norwalk a Quot Wooster Quot Sandusky. A Xenia Quot notes 3 suspended and broken Banks. Mechanics amp Trade spar Franklin Bank of Columbus Isis Urbana Bank. Todis Farmers Bank of Canton Lancaster Ohio Bank i8dis Chillicothe Quot 18dis Hamilton Quot 50 Dos Bank of Cleveland. 75dis commo Ciul Bank of Lake Erie 50dis Miami exporting co. A 75 Dis Cincinnati Bank. West Union no Sale Steubenville Nev Bank no Sale Lebanon Miami banking co. No Sale German Bank of Woofer no Sale Circleville new Bank no Sale Gallipolis Sale Manhattan. No Sale Exchange Bank Cincinnati 75 Dis Wiite water. 75 Dis Granville Bank. 75 Dis Kentucky All by. Banks i pre Indiana state Bank and branches Par state l amp v scrip40 Dis King amp Wood Burns checks no Sale new Albany insurance Dono Sale Charlestown savings Dono Sale Wood exch. At Indianapolis. No Sale Illinois state Bank and branches 60 Dis Bank of Illinois and branches 2cds by Iii of Cairo. No Sale Trunx Esseks All Tennesse Banks 15 Dis Alabama a All Alabama Banks 30 Dis Arkansas state Bank and blanches Mississippi Mississippi Banks no Sale Lousiana a new Orleans Banks 3 Dis Georgia a All solvent Banks 25 a 30 Dis n. It so a Carolina a All solvent Banks Par a 2 Dis Michigan Bank of st. Clair 10 Dis by j. O. Amp h. Smith2 Dis o lips Banks no Sale Missouri Sirato Bank and branches Par Iowa amp Wisconsin no Sale Florida Florida Banks no Sale Eastern Banks Pennsylvania Banks Par a 2 pre Maryland 2 pre virginia5 Dis Mer. Amp Mech. By. W. 18 Dis n. W. Bank amp branches 18 Dis new to Prev Par Neva Yolk Quot 2 new England Banks 2 donware.2 of i Etta bus remaining in the Post office at Indianapolis Indiana july 1, 181�. Persons calling for these letters vill please say advertised otherwise they May not to looked for. A Henry Alcora miss Mary Atherton mrs. Sally Anderson Robert Anderson miss Mary Ann Buckhart miss Jane Brenton mrs. A. E. Bugler James Brown c. W. Brown John Bruckner Sampson Berryman James Brady George Bomgardner Nathaniel Beasley Benjah Barker Thomas Boling we. D. Bascombe f. Bartels Abram v. Brewer John Burk Hiram Allen b Wiley l. Bates George Bush John Burket we. A. Bradshaw Thomas Bushrod Henry Bucksath Godle Beck a. D. Bond Antonie bade Antony Bonat messes. Bristow Myres Luke Bryan 2 John g. Britton John Crowder n. Moran John g. Britton 2 pre pro pre new York Boston Baltimore Philadelphia am. Gold eng. A Silver specie. 4 4 4 4 3 2i 2 pre pre pre pre pre pre pro Par Standard in the above is such funds As arc received in Bank in payments and ?. District Couitt of the United states fou tins District of . In i5iinkr\i Itcy. cd stuck Villi him r. , a nuns Green Sanii Iol Rit Clicy a Ulianio Vve t. Or. William g. A Norwood Benjamin Woodrow run seller Kii Wollon Nelson Nind Al of tiie Coli qty of Fla riot ill paid District John and 7/unt, of the county of in Lii District a Villalia Lewis of l in Coli Lily of la conc in said District and Mic Linel Stockwell of Llie county of Morsian in said District live filed their several Jot Lions and John Hare and jes so hero of tie county of Johnson in snid District have filed to Weir joint and Beveral petition praying for a full Dis Cliare from All their do lits prov Callic under tie link rust act and trial a certificate thereof May lie granted Accord in to said act Wii Icli several petitions will lie heard before the District court of tie United states for the District of Indiana sitting Iti a bankruptcy at the court room in Indianapolis Oti the nineteenth Day of sept Emlick next Al 9 o clock a. Ri.,at which i time and place All creditors who have proved their do lits and other persons in interest May appear and Shew cause if any they have Why Trio respective prayers of the paid petition ers should not be granted. Horace in assets clerk of the court. Wick amp la Ardour solicitors for the petitioners. District court of the United states Fon the District of Indiana. In bankruptcy. Biddle and Jacol Eldridge of Marion _ county liar i filed Timir petitions respectively praying a full i Sellarole from All their debits &c., which petitions will be heard before the District court of Tho United Stales for the District of Indiana sitting in at the court room in Indianapolis on the 19th Day of sept Illier 1842, at s o clock a. M., when and where All persons interested May appear and Shew cause if any they have Why tie prayer of each of tie said petitions should not be granted. July 5, 1842. H. Rassett Click. 13= we have been requested to say that Israel Harding and Thomas j. Todd will be supported for representatives of Marion county in tie next general Assembly. Or. Editor a you Are requested to state that Alexander Wilson of Lawrence township will if he will consent to Bea candidate be supported for associate Judae of county by Many citizens. 33= we Are Auto ionized to announce Mcilvain As a candidate for county commissioner. Ujj we arc requited to announce Adam Wright and Daniel r. Smith a candidates for associate judge. Or. Doi Olaes please announce or. William Moore of a candidate for the office of clerk of Marion county at the ensuing election. To Are authorized to announce Robert Duncan As a candidate for re election As clerk of Marion county. J3= we Are requested to announce Henry Brady Asa con. Dilate for clerk of Marion county. By Mii. announce the name of Alex Ander w. Russell for she Rittof Marion county and in to do ii you will Confer an obligation on Many voters of Wos Liin Iton township. A Farmer. 03= we Are authorized to announce Joseph p. Duvall As a candidate for Sheritt at the ensuing election. �j3= we arc Regii Esick to announce Andrew Smith As a candidate or sheriff of Marion county. I we Are requested to annoy Inifi Thomas n. Thomas is a candidate for the office of Slier if of Marion county. 03= we Are author died to Sav that James m. Smith will be a candidate for Sheri it Al the approaching election. J3= arc authorized to say that Andrew a. Louden i8 a candidate for the office of Sli Urilt of Marion county. J3=-Vve Are Auto ionized to say Corson Vickers is a candidate for Tho office of Sheritt of Marion county. 0= we Are or Quested to announce Elias n. Slimmer As a candidate for so tool Cortni Sstoner at the approaching Cleoian. J3 we Are requested to announce j. L. Mothershead As a candidate for Sci tool commissioner of Marlon county. By we Are requested to announce Jacob Smock As a can. Fidatti far theoflice of Coroner at tie August election. We Are authorized to announce James Armstrong As 8 candidate for associate judge. Miss Lucinda Cool Jacob Caylor Joseph Caylor Champer w. Co Lenaa Henry Cooper Peter Campbell William curd miss a. E. Delevan miss Eliza Davis mrs Cynthia Devault 2 Thomas Dancy David Dunnan Elithor Eggers Tabitha Foster Johnathan Frankel s Ephen h. Finney John m. Frizzill Lawson a to John Greer Elisha Greer Samuel Goldsberry James Gipson Uriah Gates William Gordin Jacob Grube miss Lydia Hinshaw mrs. Hooker mrs. Mary Horton Andrew Hoover Laurence Hoover Frederick Hartzell Juhn Hartzell James Hogan Upton j. B. Hammond e. B. Hale a Ioakem hard Ioir c Adam Crim John Ceto Ker David Coal Roko Jacob we. H. Combs Thomas Chesman F. Coffin Harrelton Curry d Hugh Devin Jesse Dennis James Derme Laurence Demott Elijah Dawson e Jacob Eldridge p Frederick Foltz James Forsee Peter Fike Samuel Foulke a John m. Frusella g Philip Grupe James Goodwin James v. Guthrie s. B. Gookins Isaiah George messes. Goodwin amp fair child Zzz Francis Huit we. C. Hannah Edward Hall Levi Hardisty Absalom Harris Gilian Harris Charles Hartman John or Jesse Hare Elsaa Hutchinson Powell Howland William h. Or Ann Jones Hugh Jennings John Jennison miss Elizabeth Koile Aikins of so William a. Kelso George Kinder Morgan w. Larimore Robert w. Loyd Francis Lansdale Rev. Abner Leonard mrs. Easter s. Mustard William Martin t. To wan e. E. Morgan j Hiis. Morrow Joseph Mencer John Moore we. Jackson James Jackson a. L. Johnson William Johnson k Isaac Kinder Isaac Kinder or David m. Boid John Livingston Andrew Laughlin James h. Lee m n. Merriweather Jur. John Mongomery Juhn cars Jacob Morris Obid Mifflin Nelson Morjan n. Morgan 2 Mary a. Mclaughlin Mary Mcclusky Betsy Mccarty or Mary sliced John and we. Mack Onei g. Mccoy macs Samuel Mccaw Thomas Magruder James Mccurdy j. Mcmillen Samuel Mcvay Edwd. Mcguire n a. A Noble o mrs. Elizabeth m. Osborn Jacob Ohaver Isaac Newkirk mrs. Sarah Owens miss Mary Jane Porter Daniel Prentis Robert m. Petty John Peak Joseph Perkins John Peebley new is ovals and Ghai a magazines papers recent arrangements of the different Eastern publishers All the really excellent and popular books Llinat appear in London will be published in news paper form at a Cost of 500 per cent less than if published in Book form. All such publications will be for Sale by the subscriber and probably one new work will be issued every week. The following Are already out and for Sale Morley Ernstein by James for 31 cents. The Vacquerie by g. P. R. James esq., for 25 club. The dancing Fea Itier by Ingraham for 25 cents. Zanoni by big lower for25 cents. Gaspar in ? pirate of the Indian seas for 25 cents. Of i Host to be published the prices will vary from 25 to 38 cents according to their size and character. Any Gen Leinan therefore May remit any sum that he pleases from up to $3. With directions to Forward the value to him in new works is fast As they Are is sued. Thus will he be secure of receiving Tho very last new works by the most popular authors almost wet from the , and Al a Cost for Carriage of Bim ple newspaper postage. The subscriber is also agent for All Tho popular papers and magazines in the United states. New volumes commence with the july number which will be a desirable Lime to subscribe. The lady s Bock Graham s Magazine ladies companion Soston miscellany new world brother Jonathan notion nation at $3 n year Knickerbocker and Southern literary messenger at $5 dollars a year saturday Post and Young Quot people s Book at $2 All the foreign reviews amp a. All orders accompanied with the Cash free of postage will be immediately attended to. A. N. Haldeman literary depot fourth Street ii Yelmo Louisville by. N. B. Agenia wanted for the Sale of the above in every considerable town in Kentucky and Indiana arid ass postpaid. _ mrs. Lorana p. Richmond Joshua Richmond or. Ray James Ray David k. Robinson Presley Randolph Little Roach Sarah a. Smith Ann and John Shellen Berger George Stevens Janis Stephens James h. Stapp William h. Sikes James Stilman Samuel h. Smy Duhe Thomas Sumner Lames Mcnail p John Prickett Thor Bias paddock Ellis Pugh Jehu Patterson Daniel Peery or Bengar Patterson r Samuel Ross John Roland John Ramsey r. H. Rowland Jefferson Raimy William Royster a Roberts j. Severt Morgan l. Smith a. Smith John a Quot. Sunland w. Sent amp co. Horace Stow Michael Shay George Simmons sheriff of Marion county Martha Tod Frederick Trucksess James Vanblaricum Richard Vanvoy Linburgh t Thomas Tuli or. Tomlinson v Oliver Vanlaningham cheap for Casisi Cabinet Ware room. A Phe Smithf Scriber returns his thanks to his former customers and invites All those in want of furniture to give Liim a Call at the old Tarul of Tucker amp Weaver on Washington Street nearly opposite the state Bank where he is always ready to Accomma Nonte those who Niny Call upon Litra with any article in his line at the shortest notice.,. N. B. He will cd Peckally attend to the Bulnes of making coffins. A Hearse and gentle horse will always be in attendance. All orders in this line from Bot i town and country will be promptly attended to. A a july if William w. Weaver. Hannah Kiuon l. D. Wilson b Njamin Wilson Isaac Whit Tenoro Robert l. Walpole Chas. A. Wood r. R. Whitcomb c. F. Wilstach r. R. Walker John Zarwan w a. S. Winchell John w. Williams Silas m. Wheeler Charles Whitehead a. Webb Auguston w. Webb Richard Webb apron Wells 2 Ezra Wilder y Charels Youngman Joseph m. Moore p. District court of the United states for the dist kick of Indiana in bankruptcy. I he following individuals of the counties oppo i site their names respectively have filed their petitions respectively for the Benefit of the bankrupt act which petitions will be heard before the District court of the United states for the District of Indiana sitting in bankruptcy at the court room in Indianapolis on lhe25ihday of july 1842, at 9 a. M., when and where All persons interested May appear and Shew cause if any they have Why the prayer of each of the said petitions should not be granted to wit 100 White Lead race feed on consignment a a Lolow or Cash by May 27 and for Craighead pc Bra a do. Jesse Dirnell of Timothy d. Dow Moses Acheson David Schwarts James Murphey Daniel p. Porter William Thickston William m. Murphy John Murphy Chauncy p. Smith James entrican James h. Marshall Solomon Davis of Benjamin f. Russell Floyd county Clark William h. Chapman Quot Quot James w. Gilson Quot a a Tonias Wilson Quot Ira Robinson Quot Francis Giltner Quot a a William h. Tilford of Monroe Quot Milton Mcnemar Quot Quot Benjamin Hallack Quot Quot Jonathan Rogers Quot Quot John Throop a a Quot Patrick h. Humphrey of Jefferson county Joseph Mendell Quot Quot Benjamin Mcknight Quot Quot Charles Everhart Quot Quot a Daniel k. Mitchell Quot a pleasant Barnes John h. Logic by amp Joseph h. Oglesby do Andrew Collins Quot John Quot Quot a Orvel Sparkes of Dearborn county Orin Keith amp Alanson Keith of Dearborn county Green Sparkes Quot Quot William s. Durbin Quot James m. Darrah Quot Quot Burkitt Ragar Quot Quot Wrexham West Quot Quot Jason Pierce a a Quot Cory Don sniff Quot tames Kelso Quot Quot Enos Littlefield of Decatur county Horace Littlefield Quot Quot James h. Brown Quot Quot John Lusk Quot a Hoosier j. Durbin of Switzerland county John w. Brooks Quot Quot Stephen a Gerard Quot Quot Joel Thurston Quot Quot Stephen c. Rogers Ltd Quot James h. Banta Quot Quot Thomas j. Langdon Quot Quot Jacob Skelton of Gibson county John Harris of Morgan Quot Thomas Woodard Quot William Silver of Boone county John p. Patterson amp it a William a. Hebbard a Ohenry was county Richard Dormire of Union county Benedict Hutcheson Quot John s. Hunt Quot Quot Samuel Snodgrass of Scott Quot James Hilliard of Franklin county Elisha o. Holstead Quot Quot Caleb Clements Quot Quot Nathan a. Morgan Quot Quot Richard p. Clark Quot Quot Elisha Jone Quot Quot John s. Ray Quot Quot Obed n. Jones Quot a John r. Mckee of Owen county Huston Thomas Quot John Mcdonald of Lawrence county Madison Robertson Quot Quot Zeno Worth Quot Quot Williatt Webster Quot Benjanin Hargrove of Ripley county Samuel Jewett Ripley county Calvin Huckins Quot Quot Abrahan g. Hanna of Wayne Quot Lucius a. West Quot Quot William g. Anderson Quot Quot Ithamer Beeson Quot Quot Chaales Beeson Quot Quot Silas h. Beeson Quot Quot ii Amer Beeson Wayne Quot Charles Beeson Quot Silas h. Beeson Gabriel g. Gay Lor of Hendricks county William Christy Hendricks Quot Daniel Davison of Vermillion Quot George Tillinghas to Quot Quot John w. Rush James Hunt Quot Quot George Custer of Mirion county George Holland of Marion county Henry Olin Nathaniel Beezley Quot Quot Daniel Roberts Quot Quot William Crist Luke Munsell Basil Brown Quot Quot William v. Snyder of Clinton county Joseph w. Johnson Quot Quot William Griffin of Elkhart county Juhn Davenport Elkhart Quot a Iyih Eion Quot Eli Jones of Orange county William Worthington of Fountain county Jesse Corbin Fountain county Edward Wright Simeon Allen Quot Jordon Smith Quot Quot Squire Smith Quot Quot Milton h. Amp marshal m. Milford Quot Thomas r. Dawson of Jasper Quot Harper Hunt Quot Quot Benjamin Reynolds of White county Alexander m. Berry of Carroll county John Finley Quot Samuel Spangler Quot Quot Archibald Slane Philip a. Clover William Thorpe of Allen county Andrew Dyke Quot Quot we. S. Moone Quot Quot Isaac Parry Quot Quot James h. Jacoby Quot Hezekiah Noel of Parke county Addison p. Lester Pyrke county Martin of Vigo county James w. Carico of Vigo county William f. Krumbhaar Vigo county Samuel j. Buckman Vigo county James Gaff eld of Putnam county John Thompson Quot Quot David Runnion of Tippecanoe county Abram Shoemaker Quot Quot Christian Emdee Quot Quot Samuel Taylor Nathaniel Odell William Concannon Quot Quot Richard h. Morgan Quot William h. Watson Quot Quot Chevalier Richardson of Warren county Abraham Fleek of Tippecanoe county Otis e. Bowen Quot Quot John Ensminger Quot Quot Samuel Kiser Charles h. Guyger Quot David Webb Ephraim Chamberlain or. Quot Quot James White u a Jesse Lancaster of Wells county Bushrod Stith of Sullivan county Stephen Long Delaware county n. Horne Quot july 1 Horace Bassett clerk. Str ays t Green county. Up by Jesse col Lings Beech Creek Aken township a dark Bay horse Black mane and Tail seven or eight years old fourteen or fifteen hands High appraised at $27 50 by s. Slone and s. Lawrence before me june Lith 1842, John Burch j. P. By Leonard wines fair play township a Small Bay Mare Star in her forehead five or six years old appraised to 25 dollars by s. B. Pierce and t. Lemon before me this 7th May 1843, h. Hartley j. P. S. R. Gavins clerk. Henry county. Taken up by Michael Mann of fall Creek township on May 21, 1842, a White horse supposed to be fifteen years old an old scar in Iho forehead shod All round about fourteen hands and three inches High appraised at thirty five dollars by Joseph Fleming and James Cummins before Iusi ice Chancy h. Burr. Eli Murphy clerk. Gibson county. Taken up on Tho Lith Day of april 1812, by John h. Brothers living in Johnson township a Bay horse with Black legs mane and Tail Wii a. Small White spot in his forehead both his Hind fee Titi in a Bis right Foro foot shod no other Marks or Brantli few Civ Able about fifteen hands a my a half his supposed to be seven or eight Yarg old appraised to fifty dollars by Joseph m. Woods and William Lowe before Justice e. Chaffin. Reported to clerk s office 2 May. 1842. J. R. Montgomery clerk. A if Whitley county. Taken up by James Graves living in Washington township about the 5th Day of May a. D. 1842, one Mare Between a dark Bay and Bros a thirteen and a half hands High supposed to be five years old has the left Hind foot White Soma Saddle Marks shod before no other Marks or brands per Civ Abs appraised to forty dollars by William Barber and Jacob Eck or before Justice Aaron . A. Cuppy clerk. Putnam county. Taken up by Charles h. Wilson of Washington township on the 4lh Day of May 1842, one Black Mare with All her feet White a stall Star in her face about 1.5 hands High supposed to be four years old appraised to thirty dollars by Henry Atkinson and Henry darting before Justice John m. Puree. By George Mcquown of Russell township on the 26th Dikiy of april a Gray Mare 8 or 9 years old this Spring with her left hip knocked Down and the left Eye out appraised to 15 dolls., by Henry Cress and Robert s. Standiford before Justice Jacob Durham. Attest a. Mcgaughey clerk. Taken up by Charles Youn a of Warren township on june 3, 1�o42, one stray Brown Mare Cress fallen a scar on each Side of Tho Withers which has the appearance As though she had Lead Tho fistula a Small Star in her forehead about fourteen and a half hands High supposed to be four years old last Spring appraised to forty dollars by we. Morrison and Jonas Frank Barger before Justice Robert Martin. By Daniel guard of Warren township one Bright by Mare a Small Bluze and snip in her forehead supposed to be four years old this Spring about fourteen and a half hands High appraised to thirty two dollars and fifty cents by Arnos w. Welkjr and vim. Eagles Field on june 2.3, iy4-2, before Justice John p. Layman. A. Mcgaug Focy clerk. Blackford county. Taken up by Thomas Eaton of Harrison township 2 Pontes one a Bright Bay horse Pony 14 hands High 12 years old past has on a Small cast Bell with a narrow leather strap ail of his feet White a Long Blaze in the forehead reaches Down to his nostrils has Soma Saddle Marks no other Marks perceivable appraised at 25 dollars the other a dark Bay Pony 25 years old past 14 hands High the right Side has a ome Saddle Mark no other Marks perceivable appraised at 5 dolls., by Michael Yeter ick amp Jose k. Hobson before me Thomas Markins up Jacob Brugh county. Taken up by Jonathan Bennett of Manchester township on the 5th Day of july 1841, a Dun Mare about 14i hands High supposed to be 6 years old shod before Black inane and Tail with a White spot or snip on her nose if if bind foot White Opp Iaiser to forty dollars. By Milfs Kellogg of Logan township a Black Mare supposed to be five or is. Years old with a Bald face Throe White feet and a Little crease fallen and a Small White spot about Midway the mane appraised to thirty dollars August 13, 1841. By John Parks of Laughery township a dark sorrel horse about �4i hands Leigh supposed Tobe four years old last Spring a few White hairs in his forehead and a bump on the left Side occasioned by a Hurt appraised to 25 dollars August 24, is41. By Isaac Bruch of i Manchester township a Bay Mare with a Bell on Blaze face both Hind feet White about 14 hands and a half High supposed to to three years old last Spring appraised to two nov Iive dollars August 26, 184. By Ali Unaa Fosti of Kelso township a sorrel narc about ten years Ohi Hind legs White Fure feet while above the pastern joint a Large Blaze in Hor forehead appraised at Lii Rev dollars also on sorrel Coll about two years old off Hind foot White a Star in the forehead appraise d to Csc qty to o dollars. By Benjamin plur Nicro Manchester township an Iton Grey Marc about 14 hands High supposed to be Izreo years old last Spring he left Hind foot while appraised to Twenty five dollars 21 sept., 1841. By John Swart of Jackson township on the 25ih Day of , 1841, a Chestnut sorrel horse about 8 years old 15 hands High the left Hind fool White shod All round a White spot on the off hip some Kiark spots on the hips a White spot on Tho nigh Side of Tho Nock the hair worn off by tie Collar some stiff in the fore parts appraised at thirty dollars. By Peter r. Perrine living in York township on the i5ili Day of september 1841, a Light Roan Mare about 14 hands High supposed to be nine Jears old last Spriner a Lump on her left Side left Hind foot White dark Mano and Tail appraised to fourteen dollars and fifty Conta. By James Mcclure of Logan township one Small Bay horse with a in the forehead a in ill White spot in Tho Noso Iod All round three years old last Spring appraised to thirty five dollars october 16, 1841. By Joseph Hayes in Miller township on ihc20ih Day of october 1841, one Brown horse shod before some Grey hairs on tie forehead and on the Side of the head and on the Side close to the flank some Grey hairs on the neck appraised to fifty dollars supposed to be 5 years old. By Sherwood Blasdell in Miller township a dark Brown horse a White Star in his face a White spot on Tho left Hind foot sortie Marks of the Collar on his neck about 14� hands High supposed to be or seven years old appraised at 20 dolls., november Jib ii. By William a. Kerr of Laughery township two oxen on the 4ih january 1842, one marked with a crop and a Slit in the right ear left ear cropped on the left Horn the letters w. A. D. Amp b., i Inlet holes in each Horn supposed to be 12 years old. The other marked wih a crop and a Slit in each ear holes in both horns sup Josed to be 12 years old appraised Al thirty dollars. A by George p. Loi of Laughery township on the 26th March 1842, a Quot Bay Dorsc Quot supposed to be 5 or 6 years old Blat a mane Tail and leg about 15 hands Hiigli appraised to forty dollars. By Janus w. Turner of Ceaesar Creek township on the 19ih Day of March 184 2, a sorrel Mare with a Binzen face 144 hands High supposed to be four years old this Spring Ai praised at thirty five dollars. By Henry s. Pate of scans a Creek township on the 2nd Day of june 1842, a red sorrel Maro with a Star in forehead about six years old this Spring crippled in her shoulder about 15 hands High no other Marks perceivable appraised at 25 dollars. William v. Cheek clerk. Dekalb. County. Taken up by Edward Datura of Wilmington township two mares one of them a Light sorrel with a Small Star in the forehead and some we into hairs on the left Sho Ukler about 15 hands High supposed to to seven years old a natural Trotter appraised at fifty dollars Tho other a Grey Mare with Black Knees some harness Marks and paces and trots about fourteen hands High appraised a forty dollars. Both appraised Befu the Justice Handy. S. W. Sprott clerk. S Ulli a n county. Taken up by John merry of Gill township Sullivan county a Light Chestnut sorrel horse nine or ten years old,"l5i hands High near Hind foot White Star and Stripe in the Ace appraised at 40 dollars before w. H. Creagor j. Pon the Soth april 1842. Onihe2ltuof March 1842, by Thomas Mahan of Jackson township a dark Bay horse 7 or 8 years old dark spot on the left thigh upwards of fifteen hands High appraised at 30 dollars before Adam Wilson j. P. Attest Wolfe clerk. Jennings county. Taken up by Presley Tyler of Geneva township on the 2nd Day of May 1842, a Bay Mare supposed to to 6 or 7 years old shia Spring Star in her forehead both Hind feet White a Small White spot on Tho end of her nose Collar and Saddle marked appraised to thirty five dollars by George Talkington and Allen Tyler and posted before Peter Clapp of Geneva township May 17 the 1842. By James grooms of Geneva township a Liht sorrel Marc supposed to be 8 or 0 years old Muna and Ai Black Blaze in her forehead a White spot on her right flank a Wen or Lump ii the Point of her left hip that can to moved from two to four inches f appraised to 30 dollars by William 1. Clapp and Presley Tyler and posted before Peter Clapp of Geneva township Juno 22,1842. John Malkeil clerk. Johnson county. Taken up by Jesse Wright of Clark township an Iron Grey filly with a Star in her forehead and a Small sniff on her nose supposed to to three years old this Spring about 14j hands High no other Marks perceivable appraised at thirty dollars april 18, 1842, before Joseph Dup rec j. P. By Enoch Fouty of Blue River township a Small Bay Mare Fiva years old a Small while spot in her forehead a a Hito spot on her left shoulder and her right Hind foot White and a bump upon her left Hind pattern joint a Collar Mark on Hor mane appraised to $25 00 before Justice Joseph Wayland. Attest David Allen clerk. Delaware county. Taken up by Daniel p. Howell on the oth Day of play 1842, a dark Bay Maro supposed to be six years old a Star in her forehead a a nip on her nos i Rhino in hand High Black leg Quot Mana and Tail appraised at Twenty five dollars before Jshii a. Gilbert j. P. Samuel a Harlan clerk. Lagrange count f. Taken up by the subscriber living in Greenfield township on Tho 15th Day of april 1842, a Bay Marci with a Black mane and Tail seven or eight Cara old White strip in her face some White on the left Hind foot about 15 hands High appraised at forty dollars by we. P. Brumler and James Hardy. Before Justice David Stephenson j. P. A Steuben county. Taken up by Adolphus Gale of Salem township an Iron Grey Colt with a switch Tail without any other Marks or brands perceivable supposed to be two years old appraised at thirteen dollars and a a in cents by William Slock amp Moses Sunborn before Justice John Wilson on May i6ih, a. D. 1842. James Mcconnell clerk. Vermillion county. Taken up by John Yount of Eugene township a Grey Mare heavy with foal six years old 14 hands High appraised to forty five dollars by Samuel Glover and Thomas Mcelvaine april 16, 1842, before Justice Armour. By Edward Hutchinson of Eugene township on the 14th Day of april 1842, a Light sorrel horse about 14 hands High supposed to to 5 years old appraised to $27 50, by John r. Lord and Henry Taylor before a j. Richardson Justice of the peace. By Robert Kelley of Highland township. On the 25th Day of april 1842, a Bay horse supposed to be 8 years old about 16 hands High Fine limbs a Hind shoe on a scar of gears across his Back and Light Marks of traces on his Side appraised to $40, by Lliam Barnes and Jacob Coumeri. Charles Bolcs j. P. A. B. Florer clerk. La Porte county. Taken up by Isaac Jacobus of Cool Spring township on the 23 Day of april an of red with White face line Back White Tail White on the belly one slight crop on the underside of the left ear supposed to be four years old appraised to Twenty dollars by Moses ii Ullock and Ilc Zekiah Bussey before Justice Ebenezer Palmer on the 25th april 1842. By Griffin tread Way of pleasant township a Baj Poney about 12 years old near 14 hands High with a Small slope taken from the underside of the right ear left Hind foot White shod All round appraised at Twenty dollars by j i Mes a Ebster and James Van. Volkin Burgh before Justice George Mcco cum on the 5th Day of May 1842. By Zachariah Drom of Scipio Tov ship living two and a half Miles South of door Village on the 20th april a Chestnut sorrel horse stud supposed to be six years old this Spring both Hind feet White also one fore foot White full Blaze in the face appraised by As Northum and George Hall at thirty dollars before Justice Mark Allen on tie 7ih Day of May 1842. By Noah Boane Teel of Scipio township living two and a half Miles East of door Village about Tho 29th april a Bay horse supposed to be eight or nine years old White or Siar on the forehead a Dent Between the eyes Long mane and Lail with some Saddle Marks appraised by Benjamin Beard and r. N. Bennett at thirty five dollars before Mark Allen j. P. On the loth Day of Mav 1842. Test we. Hakians clerk. Lawrence county. Taken up by Jesse Hodges living in Indian Creek township one Grey Filley with Black legs Mano and Tail two years old appraised to Twenty dollars by John Darnell and Uriah Moore posted before me the 20ih Day of april 1842. We. Rains j. P. By John we ipod of Shawswick township a Bay horse with Black mane and Tail about 9 or 10 years old about 15� hands High a Star in his face and snip on his nose his Hind feet and right fore fool White a Lump on the right flank left hip sunk with some Saddle Marks no other brands perceivable appraised to Twenty five dollars by John Vestal and Michael bark before the undersigned a Justice of the peace within and for the county of Lawrence on the 18th Day of May 1842. We. Temple Ion j. P. R. Mitchell clerk. Decatur county. Taken up by James Loyd a Bay Mare about 14 hands High Asarin tha forehead about 5 years old appraised to $25, before Justice Ezra Lathrop Justice of the peace. By Cyrus Alley Clay township a sorrel Mare with a Bald face All her feet while her mane lies on tha left Side to thirty dollars before Joel Doo Little Justice t f the peace. By Phomas Champ a Bay Filley supposed to be 2 or 3 years old has two curls in her forehead some White hair Between the ears no other Marks or brands perceivable apprised to 25 dolls., before Joel Doolittle a Justice of Trio peace. By Green us a if. Conner in Marion township a Ches nut sorrel Mare a Stor in the forehead some White Saddle Marks both hints feet White and left fore foot supposed to to 11 or 12 years old appraised to 30 dolls. Before Elias Millikin Justice of the a can cd May 29th, 1842. Henry h. Talbott clerk. Elkhart county. Taken up by Matthew boy of Benton town snip Trow a a i a. U. A in u Black mane and Tail and Black legs up to the pastern joint supposed to be three years old this Spring and about thirteen hands High the other a dark Brown about fourteen hands High with Saddle Maiks Antl scar on one hip spa ined in both Hind Lega supposed to be six years old. The three year old Colt appraised at the Jim of thirty dollars and Tho six year old Mara appraised at 25 do liars by James Banta Joshua Larty Joseph Patterson before Samuel p. Clymer j. P. By Michael Oit of Benton township a dark sorrel Mare with a Young cult said Mare supposed to be 9 years old right Eye Blind Saddle Marks and a scar on her left thigh barefooted All round no other Marks or brinds perceivable Mare and Colt appraised at 28 dolls by George Bunger Samuel Rookstool before Samuel p. Clymer j. P. Thos. Thomas clerk. Scott county. Taken up by Walter Burnside about three Miles North of Lexington on the 4ih Day of april 1b42, a sorrel horse supposed to be about 12 years old Blaze face right Hind foot White hipped in the right hip and forr Nerly had Tho fistula no other Marks or brands appraised at Wicnty six dollars by Thomas Mcknight and Al oses Hougla Iid before Justice Joshua w. Read on Iho 13th april 1842. Tear Willis l Traylor clerk. Franklin county. Taken up by William Adams of Fairfield town ship on Alay 20, 1842, an stray Grey Mare supposed to tie seven years old this Spring about fourteen hands High no brands or Marks perceivable appraised to $23 by George m. Miller and Charles Hall before Justice John Turner. By Jonathan Higgins of Highland township on Juno 13, 1842, an stray Tir ight Bay Mare a Blaze face Black mane and Tail three Cei White half Way to the Knelt Tho other White to the pastern joint a Small Saddle Mark on Tho right Side of her Back supposed to be fifteen years old fourteen and a half hands High with a grape Vine Yoke on appraised to Twenty five Dollafa by Benjamin lines and Henry Robeson before Justice of we. Robeson. Robert John clerk. Fayette county. Taken up by Enos Berger of Harrison town shift a Strawberry Roan Mare supposed to be six or Severt years old fourteen hands High heavy mane and Tail s scar on her right thigh marked with a Collar no other Marks or brands perceivable appraised to thirty dollars by Josiah Piper and Jeremiah May before Justice Collin Bannister. By James Mccann of Conn Revillo township on May 26, 1842, a Bright Bay Marc supposed to be seven year old left Hind foot and leg half Way up White a Blaze in the fact one Eye apparently Glassy Quot fourth in and a half hands High a appraised to thirty dollars by Georoe Frybarger and Solomon Claypool Quot before Jue Tice Elisha Vance. G. Go in clerk. Marion county. Taken up by Thomas Moore living about three Miles East of Indianapolis on May %7, 1842, a sorrel Mare live years old this Spring left Hind leg Whitcr a Small Blaze in her face some Small Saddle Marks on her left Side appraised at thirty dollars before Justice Stevens. A by Jamos j. Woodfill of Perry township on May 2&, 1842, a sorrel filled two or three years old bad face both Hind feet White about fourteen a Ltd a halt Hunda High r appraised at Twenty dollars before Justice Tomlinson. ,.i by John w. Brassfield of Waytho township n dark Bay horse three years old fourteen hands High not shod appraised at Twenty dollars before Justice mat Tern. R. B. Duncan clerk. In bankruptcy. Rules and proceed lacs in bankruptcy and tha Bank Trispl act with marginal Rofer Enciu just published and for Sale at the office of the Indiana state Sentinel. Price 25 cents each orders by mail accompanied by the promptly att Enifeni to. J�lyl-3t-pd n Coffee d�c., of in store and fore Sale to bag hit and Havanna Coffee 10 of and or. Bax i Bunch rain in a by. Lake White fish Large a 1�oj a he v s boxes no. I drown soap 300 Iba. Lead to Arr Lvi next we Elt 8 to it a. N. O. Sugar 5 Keri Dupont Potter so met common to a 7q a do plate july l i darts bulb
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