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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - May 26, 1830, Indianapolis, Indiana Stanzas. By tub author of i be sat and seen one Bright wave Chase its fellow on the strand then fall away nor leave a Trace upon the pointless Sand though scarce the pebbles Felt the Shock tie Waves have worn the solid Rock. I be sat and heard the autumn wind amid the branches play so softly mild so blandly kind it scarcely Stirr d the Spray yet non it bore Spring s verdant birth to Wither of its native Martli. I be sat and seen the Avenins Sun sink from the Golden sky his Lonski Bri fit race of glory ran and close his a Jolden Eye so slow he passed scarce Chang d the Light and yet he left the world in night. And like Yon Sun is human life events like Billows Roll. Moment on moment strife on strife that change us to the Sou and Joys like autumn leaves fall fast Hope sets and being s Light is past. I be stood on Earth s most daring height and seen Day s ruler Rise. In his magnificence of Light in Triumph through the skies. And All the darkness of it he world from his shining presence hurled. All to that fades upon the Earth too weak to linger Here re Blos Soras with a second birth to deck the coming year shall Hope then Man s eternal Dower be trailer than a falling Flower. A no like autumn leaves that die that Bloom again in Spring fresh Joys shall Vise from those gone by and purer incense bring. And when like suns Hope sets in night shall she not beam from worlds More Bright. By order of the Marion circuit court in chancery sitting i will fell to the highest bidder at the court House door in Indianapolis on saturday the i2th of june Between the hours of 9 a. M. And 4 p. M. All the interest of the late we. Foster dec In lot no. 6 in Square 77, in Indianapolis for the purpose of paying the debts of the deceased. Said property includes the building on said lot and will be sold on a credit of four months the Pur Chaser Divinc Bond and Security. Lismond Basye adm r. M a 18,1830. _369 w a Ollk Tox Halli near the Centre of the town of m. Sav tue. Hund Boscn grateful for the very Liberal patronage which has been extended to the above is Ablis Kment takes this Opportunity to inform his friends and the Public hat he has during the past season at considerable expense erected a Large and elegant addition to his House by Means of which he will be enabled to accommodate Many More at a a time than formerly. He pledges Bis unremitting exertions to Render comfortable and a Fibre general satisfaction to All who May favour him with their company. Horses will be attended to in the Best manner and on moderate terms. He has a convenient pasture lot where they can be let to for puel1ski>g, by subscription a Castim Bahsa Anissa of the rotate of Indiana. Rilke undersigned will sell at Public Vendue 1 on thursday the third Day of june next near the late residence of Saef Dunning dec. In Indianapolis All estate of the said Asael Dunning dec Consisting in part of household and Kitchen furniture Dearborn Wagon and harness and a Fine lot of hogs. Sale to commence Between the hours of 9 and 10 o clock of said Day. Terms made known on the Day of Sale. Bethel i. Dunning adm r. May 10, 1830. Aio on saturday the 10th Day of june next at the late farm of said Asael Dunning dec All the personal property belonging to said estate in Hamilton county Indiana consisting of arming utensils of different kinds Stock hogs sheep cattle horses together with an of cart and Wagon. Sale Between the hours of 10 and 12. 368 b. Dunning. Al the undersigned respectfully ii Lorms the i Public Lii at she has open red a House of private entertainment at her residence on wus Langton Street nearly opposite or. Hawkins tavern where she is prepared to accommodate All who May favour her with their custom on As Good terms and in As comfortable a manners possible. a House and returns her grateful acknowledgements for oust favors and intends still to Supply her table with the Best the country can afford and Hopes thereby to obtain a Liberal share of the Public patronage. Elizabeth Nowland. Indianapolis March 15, 1830. 360 having Purchase al the copy right of or Scott s a a India Iju gazetted Quot we propose to publish Isearl As practicable a gazetteer of the state which will be on the usual plan of works of this kind Aud will embrace among other Thi is a. of the counties towns lakes Rivers creeks roads a pc. The descriptions of counties will show their of Coo Jand in Marion county la. I will offer for Sale at the court House door in it Dinapoli on monday the 7th Day of june next the school Section in township 17 n. Of Range 4 e. The division of said Section and the mini mum prices affixed by the trustees will be made known on the his of Sale. Sale Between the hours of 10 o clock a. M and 4 o clock p m. Of said Day. John m. Frazee com. S. L. Mirich 29th. 1830. 363 Laoan in Iliana own May 4 1830 on saturday the loth Day of july next he twp ii the hours of 10 a. M. And 4 p. M there will to sold for Cash in Hind at the court situation time of organization extent Boun h Luse floor in Indianapolis the following de Dary Quality of soil water privileges amount of population a Mucor and character of churches and Sill Iolob a pc. Tiie descriptions of towns wiil embrace their location the whole number of inhabitants the number of professional men artists merchants Nic Charnus the Progress of improvement distances from the scat of government and from other important Points their latitude Longitude amp a. The descriptions of Rivers and creeks will to somewhat general showing ther source and con Quience size length the face of the country through which they run navigable advantages <.tc. It is deemed unnecessary to say much in relation to the importance and value of the proposed publicist Iii. Every person who will re elect a oiment on the , will to convinced of its Utility and will Sec the importance of patronizing it. Such works have been liberally patronized in Many of our sister states and it is presumed that there is no state in the a Ninn whose history population soil and natural a vantages Are less understood than those of Indiana. Besi Iles being interesting and valuable to All classes of the people such a work will add greatly to the character of the state abroad by developing in some measure the vast resources of the state her rapidly increasing population and her natural advantages. Accompanying and attached to the gazetteer will be a map of the slate on a Small scale but arge to contain every thing of importance which can be found in a s of a larger size. The map shall be executed with the greatest possible accuracy. Every exertion will be used to make the work accurate and Iii Erestine being Well a Ware that much of its value will depend on the Corr Cariens with which the descriptions Are Given. It will be printed on Good paper with typographic a neatness and accuracy and will contain about i of pages duo Decimo with sub Stantial binding. The Price to subscribers will be one per copy payable on the de in cry of the work. Twenty i ivc per cent on the subscription Price will be added to non subscribers. Douglass k Maguire. Indianapolis april 19, 1830. A a editors of newspapers in this state Are req isted to give the foregoing prospectus a few insertions Quot and the favour will be reciprocated when an Opportunity is a cd i painting taken up by Hiram Polock of Rummer township Green county my. A Black Mare three years old fourteen hands three inches High marked with a White spot on the left thigh one on the left Side of her neck and one on her jaw a incised to thirty five dollars by Riehard Huffman and Isaac Watson. Philander v. Hollister j. P. April 29,1830. 1i369 i Olla Gei Julie Jefferson medical College was inst Thi what de in Philadelphia in 185 and during its first session was endowed by an act of the legislature of Pennsylvania with Power to Confer degrees in Medicine and with All the privileges and prerogatives of similar Lus Titu Tion in our own country and in Europe since its bundalion nearly 600 students have attended the respective courses of lectures and of this number 145 from various sections of the United states the Canadas West indies and Europe have been admitted to the degree of doctor of Medicine. The sixth session of the College will com Menic on the first monday of november next and it is believed under the most favourable auspices every obstacle to its future advancement having been removed and such Meus ures ado Ted by the Board of trustees us Wili give a new impulse to the faculty. Among these measures it is thought proper to specify particularly the appointment of professor Drake of Cincinnati to the chair of the practice of Medicine. His reputation As a lecturer is acknowledged while his practical acquaintance with the diseases m. St Prev Alanl in tiie Southern and Western sections of our country in a hich a majority of the graduates in Medicine May be expected to locate to a selves must greatly enhance the value of his instruction. The additions which have been made to tie anatomical Cabinet with the facilities a lord de for dissection and demonstration Are such As will Bear comparison with those of the oldest medical schools on this Side of the Atlantic. In All other respects it is confidently believed it is not us passed by any of its Sis Tefr inst tons with All of which As Lar As is known i prospectus a we Eicr a paper to be the town or Madison a and entitled theby k. Pozit Cly. He growing strength and commercial importance of the town of Madison Aud the increasing population of the country would seem to justify if not demand the establishment of another paper in this place. But these considerations alone although they receive their just weight Are not the Only inducements to this undertaking. The events of the last five years in the United states Hare brought into existence two prominent political parties to okie or the other of which every citizen with it perhaps a single exception feels himself attached. The editor confesses that he has bet i brought within Tho influence of this Leelin and Beelik d to the support parties Ery Riany Pihis fellow citizens have honestly Ein Brut d the same views and it is for the purpose of exposing Aud advocating the princ Jiles by which they have been actuated that shia paper is offered to the Public. The her Alti will be a political paper and will approve of the Elevation of Gen. Jackson and the measures of his administration thus far and Wili Conti Wiuf to Sun port them As Long As they shall lend to the Good of the country. In thus unfolding the character of the Herald it is not intended to reflect the course that has honestly been pursued by any Athtur Man or set of men far , to set it up As the a during Standard of right. Differences of opinion will exist among Mankind on almost of Tal Wable Laid. By order of the probate court of Cass county at its March term 1830, the real estate of Francis Lafontain dec. Late of said count will be sold to the highest bidder at his late residence commencing on the first monday in june next and to continue from Day to Day until All is sold. This land is an Indian reservation containing 640 acres. It is situated on the margin of the Wabash River and also on the canal route 12 Miles above Logansport and 5 below Miami sport. There is an excellent Brick dwelling mouse on the premises and the land though not improved is not surpassed in Point of soil by any on the Wabash. It abounds with never failing Springs and has some Good Mill Privily Gas. The terms have Bot been determined but will be made As accommodating to the purchaser As the situation of the estate will justify. Persons wishing to make an advantageous Purchase at As Early a period As possible on the canal line will do Well to attend. The land will be divided into lots to suit purchasers. Francis Godfroy adm r. March 10,1830. 302 All important subjects on none More Soj than on political questions and when these differ is placed on a footing of perfect e Taluy a i enacts arc the result of Bonest conviction Nei course of lectures in one being held Etc diva the r party has a right to arraign the motives of Lent to a course on the same branches in every t Quot other. There Are indeed men who with other. A out regard to the welfare of their country Are the alms House and Hospital of the City influenced by no motive but their private inter afford Ariple opportunities to the student of est. They sacrifice principle to expediency acquiring clinical instruction and hours Are and resolve every thing into a question of pro appropriated to this purpose. An infirmary Quot Quot a loss. Over Feuti men truth itself has for the diseases of the Eye is also connected i control and they whenever found deserve with the College under the direction of the Public reprehension. But the people in Genc professor of surgery who will operate in the fal Are of a different character. 1 hey stand presence of the class where this in practicable aloof irom such mercenary considerations a the following is the organization of the free to View things in their medical faculty a Viz i Light Are open to conviction Are willing to Ujj Salomy by Sam top ,. Receive the truth and to act upon it. Men be Maleria Mudica and by John neurally aim to do right. They Square their a Eberle m. D. I tons by their judgments they found their chemist Njo by Jacob Green m. D. Judgments on the iut bration they receive Antl theory and practice of i Daniel Drake m. D. A a Ger a by Geo. Mcclellan m. D. Credit and when their information is Correct their judgments Are almost invariably Correct also. To such men a paper that establishes institutes of Medicine medical jurisprudence maintains a character for veracity is of be and the diseases of women and child rms by Quot Quot t Herald will be mild yet firm and b. Rush Rhees m. D. Decisive in its course and though the doctrines the fee for attendance on each course is 15 will inculcate May coi illicit with the Opin dollars or 90 dollars for All the courses. The Quot on i yet from All we Trust to secure graduation fee is 15 dollars and no other approbation of a character foe charge is made either on matriculation or sub a paper will be edited by m. Q. . The whole expense is therefore lessthan200 dollars for the two full courses required by Law to entitle the student to Grai ipalion. One scribed l kinds of so much thereof As will a the Rine pal and charges against them i h undivided half of fractional Sec. 31, two South Range 4 West in Spencer county con Tainan 47 acres. Morts aired by e. B. Wilson for $40u�?charees $20 00 Tho West Lulf s. E. Quarter of Section 15, town 15. A ige3, in Marion county. Mort Ira cd by Zadoc Smith for $233�?charges $13 98. The s. W. And s. E. Fractions of the n. W. Quarter of Section 22, town 11 North Range 1 West in Morgan county containing 56 1-2 a ores. Mor foraged by John e. Clark for $106�? charges �7 36.&Quot&Quot if said land will not sell for Ai inure Roady Mon thy a will pay said Birinci in and Charus the Quot will buy the same for the Benefit of the Indiana College and Ini mediate by if possible or at any Tine talk of after will sell said land to the High sri Biddi a Thi bid b eng equal to the amount due on a credit of five year the interest to be paid annually in Advance by the Pur Chiist a and the land to forfeit i immedi Italy if sail principal or merest or either of them shall not be punctually paid Anc riling to the terms of such Sale. 307 Samuel merrili., sep t. I the subscriber has just received and open i de at his old stand on Washington Street a fresh Supply of a Mceast Bize suitable for the season. He respectfully invites his customers and the Public generally to Call and examine his goods and prices As he is now ready and willing to i Lve Good bargains. Produce such As sugar bees Wax feathers and hemp will be taken in am it it. Thomas m. Smith. March 10, 1830. 359 re hat letters of have been j. Granted to the under signed on the estate of James Roberts deceased late of Marion co la. At a late term of the probate court of said co. The estate is Init let it and the settlement of the same i claim it it As such. Nancy Roberts Adra x. Marion Coli qty. May 5. Virjo. 367vjilumile property Fob. A i a. Will be offered for Sile at Public Vendue on saturday the24th Day of april next in the town of Delphi Carroll county Indiana the following property Viz a number of swimming lists in the town of Del Lii. Also a tan Yah ii adjoining said town on which is the if cup a buildings and improvements a Patent bark Mill amp Tanner s tools. Said property will be sold by order of the probate court of Carroll county As the property of William Wilson dec. For he Benefit of the heirs of said Wilson. Sale to commence at 10 o clock on said Day when terms of Aale willbe made known and attendance Given by William Mccrery Thomas Sterlin i Delphi March 24, 1830. 362 $10 it a Allt. Ran a Vav y from the sulis Ribor of. The 241h of t Briary negro Man by the name of j Elk ii. A Bojt .34 years of Aie 5 feet 6 or 8 inches High of yellow come Section he has a remarkable scar on one of his big toes and when walking one of his k. S appears to be Shorter than the other. When he in it Home to had two suits of clothes with him but As lie will no doubt a hang them if is Unno Cussary to describe them. The above Rew Artl Wili be Given to any person Avo will secure the said negro of give sue a information to the subs Riber residing in new Lexington cd t county ind. Or to Daniel Frazier Shelby county by. As will enable them to obtain him. Joseph keepers. March 11. 1830. 366 Jesse Grace still continues to carry on the above business on Meridian Street a few doors South of Washington Street where the it Iblis can be atom moated with any kind of work in his line of the Best materials and made in the beet style. Persons wishing any description of Windsor chairs set Feea Cradle settees amp a. Amp a. Cad be accommodated by an application. A boy Between the age of 14 and 17 years is wanted As an apprentice to learn the above business. February 11,1830.____ Liaw Otice. Messes. Fletcher in Merrill have formed a partnership in the practice of Law in Marion county. The partnership heretofore existing Between messes. Fletcher and Ingr am has been dissolved by Luu Tual consent. India Polis sept. In 1829. 328tf Wilm Lati Tisot it of Nozny rate 0k�0. The subscriber has taken that Large and commodious tavern known by the name of the White Hall hotel i tinted on main Street nearly opposite the presbyterian Church in Cicinnati Ohio. He solicits a share of the Public Patri tinge particularly of the citizens of Indiana. He in prepared to accommodate Faini Liet Vitting the City with private apart Mente. . Murdock. March 25,1830. 362 Blok deeds for Sale Liaw a Oti ii. Wai it i it Iain i p. Bryant a Tutor neck counsellor a la to has permanently located himself in flock Ville Parke county Indiana. All business entrusted to his care will receive punctual attention i. Rockville april 1830. 366 District Coutt of United slates maj term 1830. The president directory amp a company of the Bank of the United states complainants is. I Mason c. Fitch adm Nistra Tor Amos Nelsan Franklin in chancery. Nelson Harvey Nelson anti Elii Rubeth c. Raymond heirs of Reuben Vav. Nelson dec d., and William Wright defendants. Re the complainants appear by fart Ham al their solicitor and file their Hill against said defendants and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court that Elizabeth c. Raymond one of the said defendants is not a Resi Dent or inhabitant of the state of Indiana it is ordered that unless the said defendant appear and answer the said Bill on or before the first Day of the next term of the court aforesaid to be Holden on the first monday of november next that the matters and think s in said Bill will be taken As confessed against Sci and the decree rendered accordingly if is further ordered that a copy of this order be published in the Indiana journal a Public newspaper printed in the town of Indianapolis for three weeks successively. And thic cause a continued until the next term of this court. 36b Henry Hurst Elk. D. C. I. D. Toy of the subscriber wishes to Exchange for property in Indianapolis or to sell 122 1-2 acres of land joining on the South Side of the donation Indianapolis and extending from the Bluff Road to White River. There is an improvement on the place and the soil and situation Are Good. If a Sale is made the terms will be one third Cash and the balance May remain on mortgage during the lives of the subscriber Anil his wife and the survivor of them. A ply to Sam l. G. Mitchell Indiana Polis. Samuel Judah. Vincennes april 2,1830. 364aafc of cd tool lift a in Shelby county a. Will be offered for Sale at the court House in Shelbyville Shelby county la. On the 17fh Day of june next be tween the hours of 10 o clock a. M. And 6 p. M. The Fol lowing Section of land to wit Section 16, in township 12, of Range 7 East. Said Section of land is situated on a Lian some Stream o living water Turici etly Large for grist and saw Mills or machines of any description Ami Well timbered. The above Section will be sold to the encumbrances. M. C. Vanpelt com. S. C. Shelbyville april i5fh, 1830. 365 taken up by James Cox Liv ing in mount pleasant township Delaware county. Ind. A dark Iron Gray Mare fourteen hands and a half High seven year old a Star in her forehead shod All around no other Marks or brands perceive Bice appraised to 35 dollars by William Daugherty and Henry Jones. I to hereby certify the above to be a True copy from my Estravo Book. William Jones j. P. April 17, 1830. 366 taken up by Leonard bad Well of fall Creek township. Madision county. Indiana an stray Pale sorrel horse about fifteen hands High supposed to be five years old this Spring he has St Ltd Rin Bis forehead and a Snall snip on his Iio a also a email White spot on his neck under the mane with some Saddle spots shod before old shoes shows the Mark of be Collar paces and trots appraised to thirty nine dollars by Jacob mangle and Thomas h. Pendleton. I certify the above to be a True copy from my Estrany Book. Thomas m. , j. P. May 10, 1830. 1t360 Termec. The Herald will be published on a Large Sheet with Good Tyi a and furnished to subs Cri of these at least must be attended in this in bars at two dollars for every 52 institution and it is further re paired that the paid in Advance $2 50, if paid within six candidate shall have studied three years i months and $3 00, if not paid till he end of elusive of the terms of attendance or the. Lec the current year. Quot advertisements inserted on tires under a direction of a respectable the a Ual terms. Practitioner of Medicine a that he shall be j of those holding subscription papers Are Twenty one years of age and Havicu present to Forward them by the Firat of june de a thesis on some medical shall give i to n. Bolton at Madi on. 36 j satisfactory evidence of his qualifications on an examination by the faculty which takes place immediately after the close of each session. The annual commencements for conferring the degrees will not be delayed beyond the time requisite to Complete the that do unnecessary sex Ense May be incurred by the student for Board this May be procured in Philadelphia at the Rale of from two dollars and fifty cents to four dollars in very respectable Honses to which the janitor will furnish references without charges. Ten students Are by Law admitted gratuitously each session the sum of 20 dollars Only being paid by each to meet the current expenses of he institution applications for the Benefit of this provision and All other com win notice. William Quarles Jomes t. Broun w in a practice Law in partnership in the Shelby circuit court Indiana. The Ris Idenar of or. Quarles is at Indianapolis and or. Brown in Greensburg Decatur county. All business entrusted to them will be faithfully attn did to. March 13, 18.30. A a Lei taken up by Samuel m Cor Mick of be litre township Marion county Indiana an stray dark Bay filly with a Small Blaze and snip both bind feet White thirteen hands go shaved on the sides with gear some White hairs on tie right Mun cations to the faculty must be Addre de supposed to be three Vears old a to Samuel Mcclellan m. D. Dean of the fac i Quot Quot a a twelve dollars by Samuel Morrow ult at the Jefferson medical Collee 10th, Yandes. 1. Quot a Fri if. Try a to a _ ____1____ near Walnut Street Philadelphia. By order of the faculty. Samuel Mcclellan i Dean. Philadelphia March 1830. 364 Indiana o wit Marion county. Marion circuit court March term 1830. Polly Bush i is. On a libel for a divorce. Jeremiah Bush j whereas on March 27. 1830, the said complainant Polly Bush filed her libel in open court against the said Jeremiah Bush defendant setting Forth thut in May in the year 1819 or 1820, she was lawfully married to said Jeremiah in the state by that afterwards in the year the said Jere Guiab abandoned her or Sally Chitmon and other women unknown to said com Hainan with whom he continues unlawfully to cohabit leaving her with two Small children destitute of any Means of super it that she always treated said Jeremiah dutifully Aud prays the court to a solve the said marriage Quot contract. And it appearing to the court by Ash Davit that the said Jeremiah Bush is not a resident of this state notice is therefore hereby Given to the said Jeremiah of the Pendency of this complaint and that he apr year before the said judges on the first Day of their next term at Indianapolis on the fourth monday in september ii ext to an soft thereto or the matters and things will be decreed a Jinnet him in his absence. By order of the court. Tested a. M. Ray clerk. Fletcher amp Merrill solicitors for comply. 365 Type to a Ilett having purchased a sufficient Quantity of new Type for the publication of the statesman i will sell on very reasonable terms from 150 to 200 lbs of Small Pica Type about half worn. If carefully worked it will last and make a fair impression for four or five years. Any Printer desiring to establish himself in some of our new counties on a cheap scale would do Well to Avail himself of the Opportunity now afforded. Letters to the subscriber on this will be promptly attended to. . Taken up by Hiram Yoang in eel River township Hendricks co. Ind. Two strays one a Bay horse with a Short Tail about fourteen hands High no Marks or brands perceivable about eleven Vears old appraised to fifteen dollars. The other a Bay Mare about fifteen hands High Blaze face about eleven years old left Hind foot White up to the Hook the right Hind foot has a White Streak up to he Bock appraised to Twenty eight dollars by we. Bales and James Davies. I certify the above to be a True copy Isom my stray Book. Christian Hartman j. V. May 3, 1830. I369 printing of every description neatly and Espedito Otily done at this office. A True copy from my Estravo Book. Henry Bradley j. P. April 29, 1830. ,367 j Aken up by Absal cred wards in Liberty township Delaware county Indiana an Iron Gray horse supposed to be six or seven years old had a Bell tied on with a Long leather strap shod behind Racks and Rols a a Long Tail no other Marks or brands perceivable appraised to forty dollars by Thomas Thornburg i Antl Levi Bowlsby. I certify the above to be a True copy from my stray Book. William Stanberry . April 29, 1830. 307 taken up by Roberl Gordon living in mount pleasant township Delaware county Inda. An stray Gray Mare supposed to he eighteen years old fourteen and a half hands High had on a Large Bell with a Laroff Iron buckle has the appearance of having had the fist Iloe no other Marks or brands perceivable apr Niord to eighteen dollars by in cry Jones and William Stewart. I certify the above to a True copy from my Estravo Book. William Jones j. P. A it Wals amp de at turf amps of the mails to and from Indianapolis Post office. Amu also from Madison in. Sunday evening. From Louisville Aud Elizabethtown by. Tuesday evening. Front Petersburgh in. Saturday 6 p. M. From Torre halite in. Tuesday 4 p. M. From Mooresville via Union in. Saturday noon. From Winchester in. Friday c p. M. From Dayton o wednesdays and Satruc Days 6 p. M. From Brookville in. Sundays and wedge Days 6 p. M. From Lawrence Burgh in. Thursday 8 p. M. Depue tubes. To Madison in. Thursday 6 a. M. To and Elizabethtown Tkv Friday Morni diffs. To Petersburgh old. Monday 6 a. M. To tire haute in. Friday 6 a. M. To Mooresville via Union in. Friday morn Ings. To Winchester in. Monday 6 a. M. To Dayton o. Thursdays Aud mondays 6 to. Brookville in. Sundays and thursdays 6a. M to in. Monday 6 a. Ivi. Madison mail is hot Din until wednesday according to contract but Arriera As above stated. The Louisville and Elizateth town by. Mails Are condensed a far As Bedford Indiana. Dpi vie would again say to those who get letters out of this Ottice. That no credit i Civron . S. Henderson. P m. April 4, to of Lofv

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