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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - November 30, 1839, Indianapolis, Indiana aim Medicine. W. J. Amp j. F. Brown have just race Iva and offer for Sale allow Rales a general assortment of Law and medical books among w Rich Are Law. Kent s commentaries Tom in s Law dictionary Angell on water courses Roscoe on criminal evidence Russell on crimes Chilly s Blackstone Whitly h pleading Stephen s do Gould s do Sun dark on do and vide acc Story s equity pleading to equity Baily on Bills i Resti Terian a Larch cose nov 18, in39. Medic Jfe. Dunglinson s medical dictionary Gibson s surgery Doane s Lagrier on cd tenuous diseases Abercrombie on the brain do on tie Chest Weslar s Anatomy Horner s special do Prechard on insanity Dunglinson s Hygiene pm into Sli s practice Hooper s dictionary Cooper s do to. Dispensatory. Taw books. Williams on executors Fon Blanquez equity Story s conflict of Laws Oden of injunctions Colleron partnership Gresley s equity Sugden on vendors Leigh s Nisi Prius Wheaton s Selwyn ,. Angell amp Ames on corp Hare on evidence Marshall on Federal Constitution Roscoe on civil evidence Quot criminal Story on ailments is Aruie on evidence Hughs equity craftsman rations anti Ion s Blackstone chitty a Blackstone Quot on contracts Stephenson pleadings Smith s chancery practice Story s equity pleadings Quot Quot jurisprudence Russell on crime Story on Constitution Saunders on pleading and Archt Hope practice evidence chitty scrim Nal Law Gould s pleadings Quot on Bills Tomlin s Law dictionary Maddock s chancery chitty s medical Juris Pru Vattel s Law of nations thence chitty s general practice Starkey on slander 4 vols. Mil Ford s chancery plead Beck s med. Jurisprudence just received it Wiley s Book Stotik. Galt House Cinci Mali Comer of main and sixth streets. Of hts House is now in Complete order and handsomely fur. X wished throughout the subscriber would respectfully rail the Alten Lon of the travelling Community to this House it is the most pleasant and convenient hotel for business in the City and for Good accommodation is not surpassed by any. The table and bar Are furnished with the very Best the Market affords at All times. Feeling thankful for past favors be Hopes by strict attention to the wants and Comfort of his customers to Merit a continuance. We. E. Marsh oct 22-7-3mo and nails. Mccarty Mcdougal amp Harris arc now receiving per consignment is tons of Iron 400 kegs of nails which they Are offering at River Price with the addition of Carriage and to which Hoy respectfully invite the attention of Mer chants. Smiths and others. Sept. 24-6m2aw Davies mathematical class books destined for academics and . Babies mental and practical arithmetic Davies key to do., Davies first lessons in geometry Davies first lessons in algebra Davies Bourdon s algebra Legendre s geometry elements of surveying analytical geometry descriptive Geom dry. Differential and integral calculus and shades and shadows. These works embrace the entire course of mathematics pursued at the United states military Academy. For Sale at nov. 22. Browns Book school books.500,000. I Tearly five Hundred thousand copies of these Vii Abie a 1 Sci tool books have been published during the Short time they have been before the Public. They ate now the Standard school books of the West. The Eclectic school series comprises the following works and Are constantly for Sale by the primer Eclectic Spelli avg Book Eclectic first Reader Eclectic Seco Jed re Der Eclectic third Reader Eclectic fourth Reader Rar s Eclectic arithmetic rays Little arithmetic rays rules Jayd tables miss Beecher s moral is tractor Mami Leld s political grammar. As the time is now at hand for the establishment of fall schools the attention of school examiners and teachers is particularly invited to a critical of the Eclectic books. No alterations a Long time since these books were brought to a great state of perfection and were then put into a permanent stereotype form. Avo alteration a will be made in them. Successive editions will be alike and can be used to Geilier. They Are under no injunction or , and their Sale is and has Ever been free and uninterrupted. Uliey Are constantly for Sale at the publishers wholesale prices it the Bookstore off. J. J. F. Bro Ivov Indiana oms also for Sale at Cincinnati by Truman it Smith Louisville by Jas. Maxwell or. New York City Robinson amp Pratt Philadelphia Grigg and Elliott. The cheapness of Price the excellent style of manufacture and the Peculiar adaptation of the Eclectic series to the purposes of instruction have gained for the works a popularity never before enjoyed by any other school books. Teachers and school trustees will be supplied gratuitously with copies of the Eclectic readers and arithmetic for examination on application to the messes. Browns of Indianapolis. e a Otice Bruiens is the Only Book store in Indianapolis that has the books for Sale. Sept 6, 1839-6mi8book depository. Fresh Supply of books has lately been received at the Indianapolis depository embracing a full assortment of the american tract society s publications and Many other Small and medium sized theological volumes suited for Sabbath school and family libraries a Stock of books is also on hand published by the american sunday school Union presbyterian tracts so also on hand at the dwelling of the subscriber a Large Stock of bibles belonging to the Indianapolis Bible society. All of these books will be sold at very Low prices the object being merely to defray expenses incident to their transportation and Sale. Nov 19-58-3t Jno. W. Hamilton agent. The state of Jedi Ana a Marion co my probate court of said county november term 1839. Jain a Armstrong is. I Adam Wright and others edition for distribution and Settle heirs of John Morrow f j Newland Ruf. Notice. Office Indiana Mutual fire insurance company Indianapolis nov. 13, 1839. Members of said company at Indianapolis and its Vicinity Are hereby notified that receipts for the Jia sess ment ordered september 30, 1839, payable on or before the 4th december next ensuing Are now ready and payment for the same at this office is requested. Nov 15-10 James Blake treasurer. X70tz0z to . The last saturday in november sealed proposals will be received at the office of the commissioner for renting the water Power at the dam at the Bluffs and at the dam North of Indianapolis. N. Noble com r. Nov 19-58.the True pomade divine. \ n infallible cure and a delightful preventive of chapped hands and lips. This elegant article gives a delicacy of a fragrance and that natural healthy appearance to the skin no other preparation of the kind has been known to produce. It immediately removes pimples and other disagreeable eruptions prevents bruises from turning Black cures Burns and scalds alleviating pain and preventing blisters. So infallible is this a a compound for every inconvenience to which the skin is liable that none who have proved its benefits will Ever willingly be without it. Sold in glasses at 25 and 50 cents each with full particulars and directions for use. Prepared and sold by r. Feuner 3.j South 7th Street Phila Delphia and for Sale at Indianapolis by a Daniel qing agent Moi for the True pomade tas and new year s gifts. The religious not Vanir literary souvenir the gift the Gem the Pearl the Token amp a. Amp a. &c., just received at a Browns Book store. Public notice is hereby Given that there will be sold on saturday the 14th Day of december next at the dwelling House of Turner r. Wakeland six Miles Northwest of Indianapolis on crooked Creek the following property belonging to the estate of epic rim Howard deceased to wit a two stacks of Oats a Quantity of Corn in the crib one Small stack of Hay and a Small lot of wheat. A credit of three months will be Given by the purchaser giving Bond with approved Security. Sale to commence at 10 o clock a. M., we. B. Bridgford my r. Nov 23-tl-3wp deceased. The defendants James Newland Mary a Mori of and Margaret p. Morrow who arc of no and John c. Morrow James p. Morrow and William who arc minors All of whom Are non residents of the state of Indiana but reside in the states of Kentucky Ohio and Illinois Are hereby notified of the filing and Pendency of the petition in the above Case and that unless Uliey appear and answer the same on or before the first Day of the next term of said court to be held at Indianapolis on the second monday in february next the said petition and the matters and things therein contained As set Forth will be taken As Conff Rcd and True against them and determined accordingly. By order of said court. Attest r. B. Duncan. Cd k. Nov. 15, 1839. 11-4w Cooper s works. Javal history of the United states Astoria Rocky mountains. Complete set Coop a s novels. For Sale at nov. 22. Browns Book store. Str ays. Private boarding. The members of the legislature and those visiting this place Are hereby Iii Fortney that they can be furnished with comfortable rooms and Good accommodations As the place affords on reasonable terms opposite the state House on Washington Street. A. Hill nov 1.5�?10 nov. 22. I Aken up by Adam Rosia living in Centre town slip Marion county Indiana one mile and a half West of Indianapolis on the Cumberland Road a Bay Filley supposed to he two years old next Spring marked with some White around the Hoof of the right Hind foot no other Marks or brands perceivable appraised to thirty five dollars by James Rains and Aaron Wright. A True Liiv from my Estravo Book. Thomas m. Weaver up nov. 16, 1839. 11-3w novel tips amp a. Amp a. Waverly novels poetical works of l. E. L., d israelis novels Shakespeare amp Byron elegant editions embossed Ralf and Gilt Tongue of time curiosities of literature Blake s Bio graphical dictionary m Kenzie s 5000 receipts. Spectator ,ossian8 poems Burns do. Charles Tyrell the gentleman of the a old school the robber fair Rozamond Cheverly 1 hugs of in Ain precaution characteristics of women capt. Kyd Stephen s incidents of travel a Winter in the West indies amp a. Amp a. Amp a. For Sale Low at Book store. A nov 22,1839.______adivllnistrator s Sale of real estate. Notice is hereby Given that the real estate belonging to the estate of William Monteeth late of Marion and state of Indiana deceased being the North West Quarter of the North West Quarter of Section thirty three in township North of Ranee five East containing fifty acres will be sold in accordance with the decree of the probate court of said county made at the november Tena thereof 1c39, by the undersigned the administrator of said deed cd 8 estate on saturday the 2l8t Day of december next at the town of new Bethel in said county Between the hours of 10 o clock a. M., and 4, p. Of said Day. A credit of six months will be Given for one halt the Purchase Money and of Niue months for the balance tule executed on last payment. Thomas n. Thomas. Adm r. Nov23-ll-3w___ James Cameron portrait painted. Mercantile Row Over or. John h. Or islet i store. The citizens and visitors of Indianapolis Are respectfully invited to Call and examine Bis specimens nov 15-10-6m. I Aken up by Elizabeth Howard on the Michigan Road six i Miles North of Indianapolis Washington township Marion county Indiana an stray Cote Bright red with some White i i her flank and belly the Bush of her Tail off marked with a Swallow Fork out of each ear and an under bit in the right supposed to be 12 or 13 years old has had a calf since she was first seen the same appraised to ,��11 00 by George Bamgardner and James Hooper Lic fore me this 9th Day of november 1839. -3w Lorenzo Vanscyoc j. P. In Indiana Mutual fire insurance company Indianapolis nov. 1,1839. The members of the Indiana Mutual firt insurance Compa. By Are hereby notified that the annual meeting of said company will be held on the fourth Day being the first wednesday of december next at 10 o clock in the Forenoon at the office of the company for the following purposes Viz a Lei. To choose directors. 2d to Ijar Termine whether the company will apply to the be Sie lature for an amendment to the charter thereof As shall payment of All losses of the company at one Una Forni Iier Tod in each only.3d. To Amend the of the company if considered be transact such other business As the interests of the company May require. To members intending to vote by proxy at said meeting Are a a in minded that such proxy or proxies n.u5t be in writing signed by the person represented and filed with i in Secretary. By order. , Sec of valuable real estate at auction. Tithe subscriber is Derious of disposing of the following value a ble Photic Ray to wit the West half of Section 34, town 28 a a rth Range 6 East containing 320 acres. This land a situated 2 tiles from the county heat of Wabash county and 1 mile and a half from the Wabash and Erie canal on one of the above lots their to a us ult Iii Iii Lucio acre and of 4 years standing on one other lot a Stream t f living water the state Road from Wabash town to Rochester passes through this land it is Well situated for a Good farm As it b All tillable land Aud finely timbered. Also tic weat half of Section 22, town 28 North Range 10 East containing 320 acres. This land is Well situated being of the first rate of timbered ,1iea$n2 indies of the a Baab River and 2� big Leaf the Wabash and brie canal and 5 mile East of Hunting Quot ton the county Wal of Huntington co. This tract is not surpass Ted by any land in that Keetion of Cour itry. Also the Northwest Quarter of Section 5, tort 20 North Range 10 East. This land is of a Good Quality is situated 2i Miles from my in Etown on the a Tate Road leading from that place to Delphi. Ateo the East half of Northwest Quarter of Section 12, town 27 not Irth Range 7 East. Lvii last situated 2 Miles from Lagos. Also the House and two w Linch the subscriber now resides the Bouse is Well Cal. Curated for a family residence. Should the above property not Dii posed of at private Sale previous to the 18lli Day of nov. Next i t will then be offered at Public Sale in front of the Washington mall. Terms of Sale will be made known on Day of Sale or at any other time by application to the subscriber. oct 28-7 c. I hand. State of Indiana Hancock county a. Hancock circuit court Jiu gust term 1839. Gideon b. Myers is. Thomas Ginn Harrison Ginn Viii Ginn Mary Ruggles Ruggles her it Island whose Given name is unknown and the unknown children of John Ginn deceased. J a Quot the complainant now comes by Fletcher Butler and Ham mond his solicitor and upon affidavit filed on motion it is ordered that the said defendants Harrison Ginn Alvin Ginn Mary Ruggles Ruggles her husband whose Given name is unknown and the unknown children of John Ginn deceased who Are non residents be notified of the Pendency of this suit by publication three stick Essie weeks in the Indiana journal weekly newspaper printed and published at Indianapolis Marion county the last of which publications shall be at least sixty Days Lief re the first Day of the next term of this court notifying the said defendants that unless they shall on or before the calling of this cause at the next term of this court appear and plead answer or demur to said Bill the allegations and matters therein contained will be taken for confessed and held As True As to them of which they will take notice. Attest John Hager cd k. H. C. C. Nov. 23, 1839. 12-3w Tippe Cajoe county. Taken up by Joseph Ashby of Laramie township Ais sept. 1839, one horse Clay Bank color Black mane and Tail some Saddle Marks right Hind loot White weak eyes 12j hands High 3 years old appraised to 25 dollars before Justice s. F. Clark. Taken up on the 16th sept. 1839, by Eli a m Kee of Laramie township one sorrel Mare with a Bald face and Black feet supposed to be three years old past appraised to 37 dollars one Iron Gray horse Coll with Bald face and Black feet supposed to be 2 years old next Spring appraised at $18, before Justice Jas. H. Major. Taken up by Henry w. Barbour of Heitield town ship one stray Bay horse Black mane and Tail two Hind feet White supposed to be 3 years old last Spring no other Marks or brands perceivable. Appraised to 30 Dollar oct. 2d, before Justice a. Young. Taken up by George Parkison in Jackson township a dapple Gray horse shod All round some Saddle Marks and Murks of being Rowe led in each shoulder supposed to be 8 years old last Spring about i5i hands High appraised to 50 dollars oct. 19, 1839, before jus Tice John Gilbert. Taken up by Elias Gerard in Perry township on the 14th oct. 1839, an stray sorrel Mare nine or ten years old last Spring about 14i hands High a Star in the forehead the right Hind foot White above the pastern joint shod All round a Large scar on the breast on the left Side near the Arm has the pole evil and has some alight Marks of the Saddle and harness no other Marks or brands perceivable. Appraised to 25 dollars oct. 31, before Justice j. Wade nov 30-p5 Sam l Hoover cd k. Montgomery county. Haken up by Joseph m Jimsey of Coal Creek township two strays one a Black Mare Black main and Tail about ii Oceen hands High supposed to be 3years old last Spring apr raised to35dollars the other a Bay Mare some White on her Hind feet Black main and Tail supposed to be 4 years old last Spring appraised to 45 dollars before Justice James l. Kin Ney. Taken up by William Johnson of Ripley township a Light sorrel Mare Colt with a Small Star in the fore ii it and both Hind feet White and a wind Gall on both sides if the right Hind leg supposed to be one year old last s7>ling appraised to 20 dollars before Justice Coonrod sir taken up by j in Teeler of Union township one Bay filly two years old last Spring with Black legs i Iane and Tail a Aniali b a her forehead no other Marks or brands Perceival. Appraised to 26 dollars before Justice Benjamin hair. Taken up by Hugh w. Strain of sugar Creek township a Bay Mare supposed to by 6 years old last Spring Black legs mane and Tail except that her Hind feet while from the pastern joint Dow lib it fourteen hands High Blind in the near Eye a Hurt he Point of her right shoulder which was sore at the time of taking her up appraised to 35 dollars before Justice m. Bowers or. Taken up by William Krug of Wayne township a Broi i n Kfare 7 years old Small 8tir in the forehead left Hind foot White about fourteen hands High appraised to 25 dollars before Justice William Gray. Taken up by Samuel Clevinger of Coal Creek township two stray horses one a Roan Bay about sixteen hands High supposed to be ten years old past a few White hairs on his forehead marked with the bridle Saddle and Collar the Point of his near hip Down both Hind feet White shod All round areas fallen appraised to 35 dollars the other a Chesnul sorrel five years old last Spring about 4i hands High a Star in the forehead a Small White Streak Down his face shod before appraised to 40 dollars before Justice a. Kirk Patrick. Taken up by Joseph Powers of Madison township a Large Pale red cow some White on her hip marked with a slope off the left ear and Swallow Fork in the right has a wire Steeple in the Point of each Horn and a Large wire in her nose supposed to be ten years old appraised to 11 dollars before Justice George sly oct. 3181, 1839. J. W. Lynn cd k. Nov 30�?p Vigo county. Decatur county. A Malaken up by a. C. Mccoy Washington town a Quot 23d Day of september 1839,a Brown idly supposed to be two years old last Spring about fourteen hands High some White hair in the forehead a Little White above the forehead her left Hind Hoof rough Many and Tail no other Marks or brands perceivable appraised to $30, by Harmon Griswold and Gabriel Woodfill before Ezia Quot Lathrap a. P. Nov 30 taken up by Alexander m. Eliot Clay town ship Thiee head of horses a Bay Mareks a or seven years old near sixteen hands High a so ill Star in her forehead Lack mane and Tail has Collar Marks appraised to $50. And a sucking Colt a Bay has a White spot in its face the near Hind foot White appraised to sixteen dollars and fifty cents. The other an old Cheiu it sorrel Harse supposed to be 18 or 20 years old a stump sucker Blaze in his face left Eye Blind appraised to $3 50, by George w. King and David Crawford this 23d Day of october 1839, before William a Crawford j nov 30 taken up by Thomas Fortune in Marion township on the first Day of May 1839, a Mare and Cott the Mare is a sorrel with a Blaze face supposed to be 6 or 7 years old this Spring. The Colt is a Bay with a Small spot in the forehead near one year old no other brands or Marks perceivable appraised to $50, by William Evvans and Ariemus Pratt before Elias Mil liken j. P. Nov 30 taken up by John p. Oakley Marion township on the 12ih Day of september 1839, one Flea bitten Crim a fare supposed Tobe fourteen or fifteen years old last Spring had on when taken up three shoes one taken off since some Collar Marks also one sorrel Colt blazed face and string Hall one year old last Spring no other brands or Marks perceivable appraised it $40, by John Mozingo and William Fortune before Elias Milliken j. P. Nov 30 taken up by Alexander Stewart Clay township 2 mares and Colts one a Black with a Small Star in her forehead thirteen and a half hands High supposed to be nine years old has a Black Hickory Yoke fastened on with a piece has a Black horse Colt with a Blaze lace both appraised to $25. Also Bay Mare supposed to be 6 years old with a Small Star in her forehead some White spots about her Throat Back very much crease fallen 14 hands High both Hind feet White has a Bay horse Colt both appraised to $45, by Moses Martin and Jesse a Shoemaker before James l. If fit a p. Nov 30 taken up by Thomas Montgomery on Che i9ih of october 1839, in Washington township a Bay Mare years old last Spring about fifteen hands High a Star in her forehead a snip on her nose both Hind be left White and the right fore foot and complaint called the big head and jaw appraised to ten dollars. Also a Small Bay Mare 5 years old last Spring about 14 hands High with Blaze face left Hind foot White ring Bone on both Hind feet and right fore foot and very much crease fallen appraised to $15, by Hugh month amp Mory and Michael Swope before James Johnson j. F. Nov 30-p Henry h. Talbott clerk. Johnson county. Taken up by Jessee Hughes Whiteriver township Johnson county two mules one a dark yellow sorrel Mare supposed to to three years old last Spring about four feet High no other brands or Marks perceivable. Appraised to $30 the other is a dark sorrel horse supposed to be two years old last Spring about four feet High no other Marks or brads perceivable appraised to $25, by John Messersmith and John Stewart oct. Loth 1839. Samuel c. Marky j. P. Taken up by John l. Mcclain pleasant township Johnson county on the i5ih Day of act. 1839, a Flea bitten Gray Mare fifteen hands High supposed to be thirteen years old last Spring shod All round some Collar Marks appraised to $35, by Moses Mcclain and Thomas Mcclain before Justice Jacob Peggs. Nov. 30 David Allen clerk. J. C. Wells coi nth. A Aken up by Mason Howell in Roc Creek town-4� ship Wells county on the 19th of september a sorrel Mare with a Small Star in the forehead shod All round sixteen hands High supposed to be 7 years old last Spring no other Marks or brands perceivable appraised to $50, by Archibald b. Waugh and Thomas Smith before Justice Benjamin Brown nov 30, Bow in male c. W. C. Whitle y county. Taken up by William Blair of Smith township i Ith september 1839, one dark Bay horse ten or twelve years old fifteen hands High a Blaze face Ronian nose the right Eye Blind a Small White spot on each shoulder some Saddle Marks Bare footed Pigeon toed a Long dark and Short Tail both trots and Racks appraised to 40 dollars before Justice John w. Moore on the 25ih Day of sept. 1839. A. Cuppy cd k. Nov 30�?p2 Adams county. Foj Aken up by Andrew Ferguson of French town state of Indiana Hancock county a. Hancock circuit court August term 1839. Samuel Yelton is. It in chancery. John m. Foster. It the complainant now comes by haunt nod his solicitor and it appearing from the return of the proper officer endorsed on the process issued herein that the defendant is not found on motion it is ordered that the a Aid defendant be notified of the pending of said Hill by three successive weeks publication thereof in the Indiana journal a weekly newspaper printed and published at Indianapolis Indiana the last of which publications to be made at least sixty Days before the first Day of the next term of this court in due form of Law notifying the said de. Pendant that unless be shall on or before the calling of this cause at the next term of this court appear and plead answer or demur to said Bill the allegations and matters therein contained will retaken As confessed and filed As True of which he will take notice. Attest. John Hager Elk n. C. C. Nov. 23,1839. -3w estate of Indiana Hancock county a. Hancock circuit court August term 1839. Ovid Pierson is. If chancery to Fork Losk a Morto Aoe. Michael Murry. S this Day August 20tb, comes into open court the complainant in this cause by Hammond us attorney and on his motion on affidavit filed the court order publication of the Pendency of this suit by three successive publications in the Indiana journal a weekly newspaper of general circulation at Indianapolis Indiana the last of which publications shall be at least sixty Days before the first Day of the next term of this court in due form of Law notifying the said defendant to appear at the next term of this court and answer the said complainant s Bill or the same will be taken As confessed and the matters and things therein decreed accordingly. A True copy. Attest. John Hager cd k. H. C. C. Nov. 23, 1839. -3w of weaken up by Samuel Slaven of lost Creek town Al ship on the 30th Day of september 1839, eight head of sheep one with a Bell on one marked with a Rop off of each ear three with a crop off of the left ear and one a Black one appraised at thirteen dollars by David Small and William Warren before Justice Noah Eversol. Taken up by John Welch of Pierson township on the 7th Day of october two strays one a a in swi sorrel Mare Blaze face both Hind feet White shod before supposed to be 7 years old the other a horse Liht Brown branded on the right shoulder reached mane shod before supposed to be fourteen years old the Mare appraised at 60 dollars and the horse at 30, by David s. Lee and Guy Bush. Nov 30 Nathaniel Lee j. P. Marion county. Taken up by Thomas Abbott of Perry township one Black Mare supposed to be 12 years old fifteen hands High shod before both Hind feet White Star in her forehead appraised at $30. Also one Light Bay Eliare supposed to be twelve years old sixteen hands High Black legs mane and Tail Hind feet White Small Star in her forehead has the fist Eloe running on both Eides of her Weathers appraised at 20 dollars. Taken up by James Snyder of Pike township one dark Brown or Black horse Small Star in his forehead and some harness Marks on the shoulders sixteen hands High appraised at $50. Nov 30-p3 r. B. Duncan cd k. Grant county. Of Paken up by Isaac Smith in Jefferson township. T a rare Chance for one or two industrious printers. The and i signed Havig determined to retire from tic Husi. Nesi othere for Sale on advantageous terms the entire is troll a Hinnent of the Madison courier and enquirer. The paper has been in Succo Soful operation for Over two years Baa a it Irge subscription list and Good run of advertising and Job printing. To one or two enterprising practical printers we know of no better opening for permanent business. The population of Madison is now but Little Short of 6,000 and fast increasing and in decidedly the most important commercial Point in the state the Indianapolis rail Road terminating at this Point but As it is presumed that purchasers will examine and judge for then elves i deem it unnecessary to enter into particulars. The materials in the establishment Are All nearly new and of tiie most improved kind As the appearance of the daily and weekly courier will testify. Letter addressed to the undersigned Madison la. Will 1� at to need to. An in radiate Sale is desired. N<�v2-7 w. Ii. Gray the state of Indiana a Marion county probate court of said county november term 1839. Jamas Tharp s estate. Complaint of insolvency. The creditors of the above estate arc hereby notified that on the fourteenth Day of nov cinder 1839, Patsy Tharp of said estate filed in said court her complaint of the insolvency of said estate pursuant of the provisions of the statute in such Case provided. And further that unless they notify said administer matrix of the existence and extent of their respective claims by filing the same or a statement of the nature description and Date of the contract or Assum sit upon which the same May be founded in the office of the clerk of said court previous to the final the assets of the estate of said decedent such claims will be postponed in favor of the claims of the More diligent creditors. By order of the Cour attest k. B. Duncan cd k. Nov. 14, 1839. Let it Grant co., on the first Day of oct., 1839, one Bay horse supposed to be 5 years old about fifteen hands High a natural Trotter with a Small Blaze on the forehead left Hind foot White no other Marki or brands perceivable appraised to 52 dollars by William Case and David Davis nov. 18,1839, nov 30-p e. G. Cary cd k. Morgan county. Aken up on the 12th Day of nov., by George _ Koons in Green township one dapple Gray Marcy 7 years old last Spring fourteen and a half hands High with the Sweeney in the left shoulder no other Marks or brands perceivable appraised to twelve dollars by Alfred Koons and Daniel jobs 23d nov. 1839, before Justice w Iley Gregory nov 30�?p Jackson county. Taken up by Abraham Woods living in Reading township one stray Sori Czuj fare supposed to be 5 years old next Spring a few White hairs in her forehead 144 hands High flax main and Tail both Hind feet White. Also a sucking Mare mule coir dark Brown the Mare appraised to $50, the Coll at $15, by Nathan Gilbert and James Curry 12th oct. 1839, before Justice o. Gilbert. Taken up by Frederick Miller living in Driftwood township Jackson co., on the 2bih oct. 1839, one Bay horse with flax rain and Tail Black logs up to Iho Knees some Saddle Marks the right hip knocked Down and a White spot on the left Eye supposed to be 6 or 7 years old appraised to 35 dollars by Jesse Bur Tell and win. B. Durham 30ih oct. 1839, before ius Tice Martin Heidi Zeilder. I or rent the House recently of coupled by we. Up Brown Esq. Nearly opposite the residence of governor Val lace it rooms a Kitchen acid cellar Well of Good water in the Yard. It is n pleasant a Msj a and healthy reside iee for a private family or from a Lilov us proximity to the i Tate House a suitable stand a huh by for a boarding House Nii if has usually acco Pioda Ted eight members. Apply of sov.9-83\y j of . The state of Indiana a Mario county probate court of said county november term 1839. Andrew j. Jordan s estate y complaint of insolvency. The creditors of the a Tiova estate Are hereby notified that on the fourteenth Day of november 1839, Petar Sinbeck administrator of Saifi estate filed in the court aforesaid his com plaint of the Rieol Ncncy thereof pursuant to the provisions of the statute in such Case provided and further that unless they notify said administrator of the existence and extent of their respective claims by filing the same or a Btag cent of the iia. Ture description and Date of the contract or Assum sit upon which the same May be founded in the office of the clerk of or. Court previous to the final distribution of the assets of the i Tate of said decedent such claims will to postponed in favor o the claims of the More Lilia Cut creditors. By order of said court attest b n . I nov.m.lt3h. few ship 22d Day of september last two stray horses one a Gray horse 7 or 8 years old last Spring shod All round with steel toes on the shoes Short mane and it hangs on both sides of his neck his Tail is curly he a about fourteen hands and a half High no other Marks or brands perceivable. The other is an Iron Gray Mare six years old lost Spring Dirk legs and Long mane and it hangs on the right aide of the neck she is about fourteen bands High no other Marks or brands perceivable. The horse was appraised to 40 and the Mare to 35 dollars by Daniel Miller and Joseph Sheldon before Justice j. D. Simison oct. 5th, 1839. Sammel l. Rugg. Cps. Nov 30�?p Lawrence county. Aken up by Abel Hutton of Indian Creel township 8th August 1839, one Brown Mare about five years old last Spring three White feet some White hairs in her forehead branded on her High shoulder with the figure 5, about fourteen hands High no other Marks or brands perceivable appraised to 50 dollars by Isaac Cox and Oliver Cox before Justice John Rains 19ih August. Taken up by Samuel Taylor of Indian Creek township 2lst August 1839, a sorrel Mare about three years old 134 hands High Hind feet White a White spot in her forehead no other Marks or brands perceivable. Appraised to 25 dollars by Henry Grindstaff and James c. Skeen before Justice John Rains 31s August. Taken up by Joel Hubbard of Indian Creek township 3d oct. 1839, one sorrel Mare about three years old thirteen hands High no Marks or brands perceivable. Appraised to 35 dollars by Abel Hutton and Isaac Cox before Justice John Rains i Ith october. Taken up by Moses k. Newkerk of Flinn township 9th oct. 1839, one dark Bay horse about fifteen hands High right Hind foot White a shoe on the same the balance of his feet without shoes his right foreleg has a scar on the outside on his Ancle joint his right foreleg is larger below the knee than common has two Good eyes 7 years old appraised to 39 dollars by William l. Kindred and John Ferguson before Justice William Shields 9ih october. Taken up by James Cooper of Fanti township one dark Bay Mare Jwuc supposed to be fourteen hands High a Small White Streak am. The not of a a he a a a the ears supposed to be done by the Halter 2 years old no other brands or Marks perceivable. Appraised to 35 dollars by James h. Holmes and Jonathan Cooper before Justice William Shields oct 23, 1839 nov 30�?p Robert Mitchell cd k. Union county. Ripley town ship 24th sept. J839, a Bay Mare supposed to be fifteen years old left Hind foot and leg White some White on the tight hid foot Blaze face branded on the left should or Wuh the letters j. S., l6ft hip Down Appu Isedro fifteen dollars by Thomas Hill and Henry Nev Yby oct. Lois 1839 before Justice Isaac Tullis. Aken up by John Henly of Ripley township 3d september 1839, a dark sorrel Horie Blaze dub one year old last Spring about thirteen hands High App a de to 17 dollars by James Rumley and Elias Noe oct. 12th, 1839, before Justin a Isaic Tullis. Taken up by Thomas . Aji Dorson township 2d nov 1839i a Large dark red cow some White in her face and under the belly marked with an under slope in the right car and a Hole in the left has a a a of 3 weeks old supposed to be 9 or 10 years old no other Marks or Brand perceivable appraised of 12 dollars 50 cents by Riley Morrow and George Saga see i2th nov. 18-39, before Justice Abraham d. Am a. Taken up by Fanny Robinsons of and son township is nov. 1839, a White and red speckled Oil supposed to be 3 years old last Spring has a calf Kappa sed to be 3 months old no other Marks or brands perceivable. Appraised to $13, by James b. Endicott and a Villi a ref Amor filth nov. 1839, before Justice Abraham Amos. Row Cert Thompson cd k. Nov 30�?p taken up by John Summerville one Bay Mare,-12 years old 15 hands High Blaze face three White le�9, a Small crop off each year. Appraised to 20 doll ale. Conrad Overturf clerk. Nov 30. county. 1 Aken up by William Graa thous in Union Torii ship 8\h oct. 1839, a Black Mare about fifteen hands High shod All round a Taiin wer forehead some White in and near her right nostril a a Vaifou a to a. Taken up by James Robertson in Pigeon to Wrt ship about the 5th nov 1839, one Gray filly supposed to be 3 years old past about 13 hands High natural Trotter no Marks or brands perceivable. Appraised to 30 dollars. Ch.\s. A. Bourne cd k. Nov. 30�?priplet county. I Aken up by William Mose one Broom to to Obi a car in his forehead some White h airs on the Root of his Tail a blk Mish in the left a a a 5 yearn old i4 hands High appraised �"0 $30. Also by same Tishie one Bay fill Eye a a to red Blaze face 8nip on the . Appraised to $15. Nov 30 taken up by Jesse Cooper one my Horney Star in his forehead left Hind foot White,"8omla a White an both his fore feet a dimple ii the left aide of his neck i4i hands High 9 or 10 years old App Majied to $40. Nov 30 taken up by Allen Benton one sorrel horse 10 years old 16 hands High Small Blaze in his face a scar on his left fore foot and in the flank and stifle Lett hip the Iov Reat. Appraised to $55. Nov 30 taken up by John Thackery one spotted cow Brown head and neck White Back and belly eight of nine years old. Aji praised to-18 dollars nov 30owen county. Taken up by William Asher of Jackson town ship eight head of sheep five Over one year old three ewes and two Weathers one Ewe wearing a Small Bell one weather with one Horn and three la nibs a Rie of which is a Black weather walks still behind the other two lambs Are ewes All a tired As follows a Swallow Fork in the left ear and upper half in the right. Appraised to twelve dollars aug 24th, before Justice James Beaman. Quot taken up by James w. Halton of Morgan township a Clay Bank Mare four White feet Blaze face the Hock joint of her right Hind leg swelled and causes her to walk lame fourteen hands and two inches High fourteen or fifteen years old appraised to 20 dollars. Also a Colt one year old last Spring dark Bay mar. With a Star in its forehead appraised to 20 dollars before Justice Zachariah Beaman. Taken up he Norman Holt of Jackson township s Brown horse 4 y ears old 14 hands High White spot in the forehead one White spot on the near shoulder near Hind foot White some White hairs on the near Sido of the neck near the shoulder shod before the corks turned Down appraised to 42 dollars 50 cents before Justice Oliver Cromwell. Taken up by Villiam Taylor of Montgomery town snip a dark Bay horse 1 years old fifth he Hantis High the left thigh has Boen broke or badly Ben appraised to 40 dollars before Justice John Hudson nov 30�?p Thomas. C. Johnson clerk. Clinton county. A weaken up by William Beard of Washington Al township on the loth of october 1839, one eat Ray sorrel horse both right feet White Iron Grey mane and Tail with a Blaze face running to the near Side about thirteen hands Lii Why to o years old last Spring Rio other Marks or brands perceivable. Appraised at $20, by William m Bride and Osburn Clark. Nov. 3a Joseph d. Suit j. P. Taken up by Samuel b. Thompson Michigan township on the 19th oct. 1839, one stray Brindle Corv supposed to be 7 years old with a Small leather strap some White on her Back and belly no ear Marks tip a praised to $15, by Terrance col Tran and John Reed nov 30-p John Boush a. P. Jennings county. Taken up by Thomas Hicklin Vernon township seven Miles East of Memoir one Bay horse 144 hands High six years old last Spring Black mane and Tail no other Marks or brands perceivable appraised at $45, before Samuel Wagner j. P. Nov 30 taken up by John f. Templeton of Harmony township on the 14th Day of August 1839, a 5rott nj5avi2brie, sea sold last Spring about fourteen hands High shod before with new shoes no Marks or brands perceivable appraised to $13by Thomas Brookbank and Bennett Osborn before Tho Mas Thomas j. P. &Quot<>�30 taken up by Edward Sand Ford a sup posed to be 4 years old a Largo Blaze in her face Abouli 14 hands 3 inches High a Small wart on the More shoulder appraised to $65 Liy Daniel Orr and James Yourg before John Gline j. P. A nov 30 e. Burnside clerk. Sullivan county. Taken up by Riley Johnson Columbia township on the 22d Day of september 1839, one sorrel Mare supposed to be 8 or 9 years old with a Small Blaze and snip All four feet White shod before bomb few Saddle Marks a natural pacer no other Marks of Litan is perceivable appraised at $40 before Jalob Staley j. P. Nov 30 taken up by George Mcconnel Genev a township on the fourteenth Day of october 1839 o be stray Black Mare supposed to be twelve years old last Spring a Star in her forehead and scar on her left hip her Liefl Eye Blind and a Lump on 1161 under lip no other Marka or brands perceivable. Appraised to $30 before Peter Klapp . John Wal Ker. Glt rec. Nov 30-p Fountain county. Taken up by Thornton f. Chapman in Caiti township 5th oct. 1839, one Dun Bull Sonie White on the Back Tail belly and legs no Marks or by Ards appraised to #22 50,&Quot by Bei Asberry and William hid son before Justice John Jwili amp itt. Taken up by William Smith of Jim Esbri to a ship i3th 0bt. 1839, a sorrel horse with a Small Blaze in his face a shoe on his left fore foot a sunk place under his Lei t Eye about fifteen hands High a natural pacer supposed to be ten years old last Spring appraised to 25 dollars by John Guilliams and Felix Clodfelder before Justice Stephen Philpot. Nov 30�? w. A if Coli. Bartholomew county. Taken up on thesis aug. 18.39, by Jose no Lee of German township two horses one a Mare supposed to be ten or eleven years old with some Saddle Marks a shoe on her right fore foot both Hind feet White a Star and blare fact arid a snip on her nose fourteen hands High appraised to 25 dollars the other a Jiaren Colt supposed to be one year old last up Riff dark Bay with Black mane and Tail Aster in the forehead i left it ind foot White no other Marks or brands perceive be appraised to 25 dollars bar Jesse Swisher tend Elijah Devon before Justice Jacob Barlow filth shirt. 1839. Taken up by George a Roland of Clifty township a dark Roan Mare right Hind foot Wiite about fourteen hands High supposed to be three Yei Irh old this a Divinc appraised to 32 dollars and 50ct8., by Ransom this find Wesley White before Justice m. Hook a Quot hot. If/39. Isaac Boardman Guk. Rio 30�?p Washington county. Taken up by Robert Weathers in township Jackson co., a dark Brown steer supposed to be 5 years old some White about his head half crop from the upper part of the right ear and a half crop front the under part of the left car appraised to 15 dollars by Daniel Kress and Jefferson Tilford filth taken up on the 3d Day of nov. 1839, by june. Wedded ccn.,of Owen township Jackson county four Miles Quot exist of Lees Vul one Black Muley steer with a Motley face marked with a crop and Slit in the left ear and bran cd with a letter d on the left hip i a posed to be 6 year old appraised to t5 dollar8, by John d. Waddle and Gabriel g. Weddle before Justice Stephen Fountain 16th nov. 1839. A nov 30- Walter Benton up by Henry French of Gill township one dapple Gray horse 8 years Quot old 15 hands High trots and Racks Hind feet White a a praised at 65 dollars oct 12, before Justice David Wilkins. Taken up by Martin Bullock of Turman township two stray mares one a Flea bitten Gray fifteen years old 14i hands High appraised at fifteen dollars the other a Bay Mare 3 be amp a old last Spring Black main and Tail Star in Ftp forehead nip on her nose bran ded on the near hip with the letters d. R., fourteen hands one Inch High appraised at $35, oct. 5, before Justice Davif Wilkins. Taken up by John bail of Gill township two stray horses one a dark Utan Mare ten years old fourteen and a half hands High with a Largo Lump on her High t for e pastern joint the other a Small sorrel horse three years old fourteen hands Hish Bald Kee Hind Levis White the Mare appraised at $30, Tho horse at 35, oct. 3i, before Justice w. H. Hunger., nol36-p Benj. Wolfe cd k. Koscivsko county. Orni Aken up Aii Gist 15,1839, by David Blair of Wayne township one stall sorrel House Light main and Tisil Suppo ired ten years Ovd Eora Back and Collar no other Marks appraised at 25 Soluri before Justice j. Baker sept. 17. nov 30-p r. A l.\nsdaue, of k of Jpn Ken up by Willhi t. Bate8.ofvcrnonjn ship near Claysville on the 9th August is39, a Quot dark a rown Mare Abonit i ii teen hands three inches hich snip on her nose some White hair in her forehead Bare footed supposed to be three years old last nov 30�?p Wabash county. Taken up by Jno. W. Ferrei of pleasant township i8ih August ii�o39, two Mare Colu one of which Colts is supposed to be two years old a Bright Jiva with h Bald foce hid feet White the other Colt a bark Browni it opposed to be a he year old a Long a str in the forehead a White spot on the rights ind foot a few White hairs on the Root of the Tail. The Bay Volt appraised at $35 the Brown Colt appraised at �5,by Walter ten and Nalt Han Herendeen before justies William w. Teal August 27. Taken up by Daniel Cox of pleasant Iowne hip on the 4th september 1839, one sorrel Mare Colt Black of Sec i3� hands High supposed to be 2 old next Spring appraised at $26, by to Fiji a Quot Samuel Whiston before. Ustica. We. 15,1839. Wll Tilam St Sci cd k. Nov 30/ a
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