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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - October 7, 1837, Indianapolis, Indiana Ii Diamato saturday oct 7, people s nomination for president William Al. Harrison. To correspondents. Old settler Quot has been unavoidably omit de but shall appear in our next. Other communications have also been received which shall be attended to. We regret to say that a Well written article in the form of a dialogue on a popular subject furnished some two or three weeks since has accidentally been mislaid. Should the author find it convenient to furnish another copy it shall find a place in our columns. Go correction. In the handbills issued by the Board of directors of the Marion county agricultural society the present week it is erroneously stated that the address to be delivered on the second Day of the fair would be by c. Fletcher Esq. The address will be delivered by president Wylie of Indiana College. James c. Lee indicted in the Jefferson circuit court for the murder of John Dubach was tried at Madison last week found guilty of manslaughter sentenced to five years imprisonment in the Penitentiary and subjected to a Fine of five Hundred dollars. The Banks Are indebted to the government and could have made this payment to the state without embarrassment to them or to the people. Should the schemes of the administration succeed which god forbid and the Banks be required immediately to pay up their balances in specie it will be out of their Power to loan one Dollar for the Purchase of the produce of the country and it is not hard to predict what else would follow. We have not seen the ayes and noes on this Bill but we undertake to say in Advance that any member from the West who May have voted for it has been a traitor to the interests of constituents and deserves to be driven from his seat by the indignant voice of those whose rights he has trampled upon. We Long to see the ayes and noes on this subject and our readers shall be put in Possession of them As soon As we receive them. Postscript. Since the above was in Type we learn that the Bill had Only passed to a third Reading and the vote above referred to was on the engrossment of the Bill. We have devoted a considerable portion of our columns to the doings of Congress the discussion is still progressing in the Senate on the Bill to establish a sub Treasury system together with the proposition of or. Rives to continue the state Banks As fiscal agents of the government. A Brief sketch of the speeches of or. Tallmadge or. Kino of Georgia and or. Clay will be found in this paper. It will be perceived that messes. Tailmadge and King have both taken Strong ground against the Quot untried expedient Quot of placing All the Money of the government under the unlimited control of the National executive and his underlings scattered through the country. Or. Tipton of this state has also avowed his opposition to this alarming scheme. How Many others of the administration May Quot snap the Collar Quot on this subject we know not but we Hope enough to prevent its adoption by the Senate. Should it however be adopted there we have but Little fear of its Success in the House of representatives. Although the administration has a majority there also the members Are too fresh from the people and too directly responsible to them to allow a majority of them to adopt a measure fraught with such pernicious consequences. It cannot succeed. We have seen enough of the proceedings of Congress to convince us that the establishment of a National Bank is not practicable at present. Before that desirable measures a measure which Public opinion in this state decidedly favors and which All admit must ultimately be resorted to can be adopted the people must have another Opportunity at the polls. That they will Force the adoption of such a measure before very Long we think about As certain As that the Sun will Rise tomorrow. That it will be done this session is out of the question and that it will be done at the regular session we do not believe. The indications Are that a majority of both houses Are against it. The subject has not indeed been agitated by the friends of such a measure. It has been crowded upon the attention of Congress by the Loco focus whose object is to drive the conservators into the support of the sub Treasury Schene with All its glaring consequences by presenting a National Bank As the Only alternative. We Are inclined to the belief that the measure advocated by messes. Tailmadge and Rives and their coadjutor will be adopted As a temporary measure Viz continuing the state Banks As depositories of the Public Money and As agents for its Safe keeping and disbursement. The continuation of the state Banks As fiscal agents and the reception of their paper for Public dues will probably go further towards relieving the country than any other measure which is Likely to be adopted. The employment of the state Banks was originally a scheme of the administration party and was opposed by the opposition. The whigs never believed it a Good measure but they now prefer continuing it to embarking in another much More foolish and dangerous expedient. The whigs have not sufficient strength to adopt measures of their own and therefore can Only select Between those proposed by the other Side. We believe that it is in the Power of the government to Citable the state Banks to resume specie payment in three months. To effect the object they have Only to adopt such measures As will restore Public Confidence we Hope they May do so we Are gratified to learn that the Hon. O. H. Smith one of our senators has made an Able speech in the Senate against the measures proposed by the executive and advocated by the Loco Foco parly. The positions assumed by him will be seen in the sketches of congressional proceedings in this Days paper. The faction about this place who predicted a different course for or. Smith Are struck dumb and we understand some of them Are unsparing in their denunciations of him. We wonder what they think of Gen. Tipton whose course thus far is most patriotic and in accordance with Public sentiment and the interest of his constituents. We say to them both in the name of the people go ahead your course is sanctioned by an overwhelming majority of your constituents. Indiana College. We Are indebted to a Friend who attended the late commencement of Indiana College for the following particulars. The annual commencement of this institution was held on wednesday the 27th of september when a Large number of the citizens of Bloomington together with a respectable number of the friends of science and literature from different parts of the state assembled to witness the exercises. The order of the performances was As follows Viz prayer. Joseph f. Nichols Bloomington greek and latin dresses. Samuel l. Geiger Louisville by a governmental revolution. Richard a Holman Aurora la fictitious literature. George m Afee Rural Plains by a character Cutler d. E. M Elrath Warrenton . Hugh t. Reid Liberty american statesman. Georges sheets Madison society. Willlam Willis boo ii count a the Progress of society. John w. H. Parker Accomac county a. Intellectual enjoyment valedictory. Benediction. The performances of the Young gentlemen were All respectable and those of three or four of them rather Superior. It would however improper to spake invidious comparisons and we therefore refrain from remarking particularly on the respective speeches. The degree of a. B was conferred on ten Young gentlemen Mem Bers of the graduating class nine of whom Are mentioned above the other one being absent and whose name is not remembered. The degree of a. M. Was conferred on the following gentlemen alumni of the institution of three years standing and upwards Viz Lewis Bollman Andrew Wylie jun., Charles m. Ran Dall William m. Dunn Samuel Alexander James d. Maxwell John l. Ketcham William h. B. Custis James f. Dodds Joseph g. M Peeters and Thomas j. Wilson. The honorary degree of a. M. Was conferred on Cornelius Pering principal of the female Academy of Bloomington. The degree of d. D. Was conferred i on Rev. H. B. Bascom of Augusta College by. Rev. Calvin e. Stowe of Lane Seminary Cincinnati Ohio and Rev. S. T. Sturdevant of London. Jority of the people will feel disposed to sustain. One result of the obstinacy of or. Van Buren is to drive off from his support a Large respectable and influential portion of his and Gen. Jackson s late supporters. In other states As new York and Virginia leading men and newspapers of the Van Buren party Are coming out nobly and denouncing the wild schemes of the president As ruinous to the Prosperity of the country. Thus Tailmadge of new York Rives of Virginia King of Georgia Nicholas of Louisiana and Tipton of Indiana with the new York times and Richmond enquirer Are withdrawing from the Ultra ism of Benton Kendall amp co. And the result is that the Van Buren party is now becoming thoroughly divided into conservatives or those who wish to travel in the truly Republican policy of Madison Monroe. &c., and Loeo focus or those who follow Benton Kendall amp co and whose leading project seems to be i pull Down that they May Rise. It is not known precisely where their views terminate. One of them who was urging that it was aristocracy to allow one Man to get Rich so much faster than others even if he had Money enough to help make a rail Road or Start a Bank and therefore was claiming an equal distribution of property was asked what he would want when he had spent his share of said he we will make another distribution. Others go so far As to say there should be no monopolies of any kind Public As in corporations or private As to any Man having any exclusive right to his wife. It is very Gratifying to find High minded and patriotic men coming out of the trammels of party every Day brings cheering intelligence of the glorious stand about to be taken by freemen against Loco Foco ism. The Triumph of the madisonian Over the Globe is evidence that the Van Buren men who have left the party Are men of might and such As even the Democrat dare not open its Mouth against. And now we see the people Are moving and Maine Long As it has been chained Down to party shackles has wonderfully triumphed in the election of a whig governor and probably a whig legislature. So that it is Plain that if there was now a general election Over the Union the tinkering party now in temporary Power at Washington would be driven from their abused stations with the voice of Thunder. In this state the people Are decidedly against Loco Foco ism in every shape. But As the spoils of office the endless mail and Post office advertisements &c., Are still in the hands of Kendall their party against Loco Foco ism we intend to give from the new York times and the Richi Nond enquirer their views of the course every Patriot in the administration ranks is now called upon to take. These papers used to be Good authority with the democrats Mark How shy it is now of any extracts from them on the subject of the president s sub treasuries experiments and hum Bug Geries. Office of the Secretary of state Indianapolis aug. 15, 1837. To the editors of the Indiana journal a a in pursuance to the provisions of the 2 Ltd Section of the act relative to general elections i transmit for publication in your paper a True statement of the official returns for governor and lieutenant governor As appears by the returns to me made and now on file in my office. . J. Brown Secretary of state. Indianapolis 2sfh sept. 1937. For governor. David Vallaise John Dumont. Co unties. Rush Johnson Marion Wayne Madison Munroe Shelby Morgan Orang i Putnam Owen Clay Union Fulton Jackson Bartholomew Jennings Carroll Tippecanoe Jefferson Fayette Franklin Gibson Sullivan Knox Vanderburgh Vermillion Cass Dearborn White Miami Kosciusko Fountain Huntington Wabash Montgomery Washington Marshall Quot be Are sorry to learn that the Bill withholding a be fourth Irista lenient of the surplus Revenue hich had passed the Senate some time ago has also passed the House of representatives by. A majority of two votes the vote beingii9 for ind 117 against the measure. It is a tyrannical and oppressive measure a measure which we confidently believe will be reprobate by every Man in the state except the conductors of the Indiana Democrat who with the exception of those who expect to be employed As sub treasurers in the event of its adoption stand alone in the advocacy x the sub Treasury scheme. This was the Only measure by which the West Ever received Back any of the vast amount drawn from her by the general government and just at then moment when the country is most in need of it it is withdrawn. There was not could not be any necessity for this measure. If the government a could not make out with the Large amount of Treasury notes which in about to be issued some of the various useless appropriations on the Seaboard might have been withheld. The measure of with la Golding this Money at this time operates with hardship non this state. State Bank Loco Foco ism amp a. It is very evident to every observing citizen who troubles himself to read the Democrat that great uneasiness at this time exists in the minds of its editors and not without cause. The Van Buren party has not and cannot in their own proper name stand with any acceptance before the people of Indiana. This was plainly Shewn at the presidential election and recently at the election of members of Congress this result needs not Quot Quot Surprise any person who believes in the intelligence patriotism and Independence of the people of this state. The leading policy of or. Van Buren both in his Treasury circular and currency plans As Well As his other general course is totally opposed to the interests of the people of the West and As we believe to the Prosperity of the whole country. Hence almost every expression of Public sentiment in different states since his course of narrow selfish policy is becoming known is in opposition to him. In his Call for a special session of Congress he gave As a reason for fixing it in september that in the mean time the people could in Many states express their views of Public measures by ejecting members of Congress and he prayed that they might be guided wisely in their Choice. They have been so guided in almost every instance members have been chosen opposed to the currency experiments and All his humbugs and yet or. Van Kiiren learns no Wisdom by it but reckless of the warning Given and disregarding the voice of the majority acts As if Ratliff Boon for instance was the fair representative of the people of Indiana and urges such measures upon Congress As probably no other of our members representing the great a Perry Daviess Martin Warren Lake Henry amp co., it is not to be expected that the Democrat j Clinton would have the principle to go with those of the a party that have taken a stand for the rights Crawford Teress of the country. Besides the inclinations Harrison of its Young interesting nil polite editor seem Floyd naturally to verge to the Loco Foco notions and Boon practices. Hence we find the late number of the Democrat More than usually violent against every Hamiton thing that the Loco Foco prints at the East of Jay pose and hence the repeated attacks on the state Delaware Bank. It is Plain to any Man who reflects a moment that the object is not the Public Good in All gig pig j. This but to sustain a sinking party. When the Dubois state offered a charter to her citizens and offered j Pike herself As half a stockholder was it a crime for any citizen As it was open to All to subscribe Stock if it turned out that More who since voted for Gen. Harrison took Stock than those who voted for or. Van Buren does it prove any thing j Posey More than that a Large majority of the citizens Adams 7. 1 a ii .1 a a Switzerland Are opposed to Van Buren and especially those Jujj Jujj who Deal to any extent in the produce Selling and , business of the country and that Many Van by Wells. Ten men would not risk their capital with the Lagrange state in the Enterprise but one privilege is How Ever left to the Democrat and that is to complain of every thing the Bank undertakes to do. If it Vigo does business and divides a fair profit half of Porter which goes to the state the Democrat complains. Lawrence if it contracts its business the better to be Able to resume specie payments in concurrence with the Elkhart other leading Banks of the country the Democrat Scott complains. And if it affords no ground for com Allen ment the Democrat can at any time make ground plenty by just stating that it divided ten percent. For the last six months when in fact it divided Only three and so on for Quantity As the taste and gullibility of the readers of that veracious print j shall need a due portion of fiction to season the unpalatable truth which from perverse elections Rush. And otherwise will creep into its columns in Johnson spite of lying. It is not unlikely that the demo Marion crat editor knew better when he made the above Aynes 1 Maui son false statement. He must have known that the Monroe Bank had Only divided three percent., but his Shelby disposition to Pervert is so inveterate that refer Morgan motion in this particular can scarcely be expected Ujj Quot a of him. The Bank made As shown by a re port More apparent profits but any citizen who Clay thinks about it knows that the profits of the Bank Union Quot Are Dedi cited when a no a is , and be i Fultun Foj it is paid and there lure what Trio real i Ariso inc Are will not be known until the debts a of the Bank Jena a bugs Are All paid and As there is in All extensive loan Carroll ing apprehension of losses the charter requires Tippecanoe heavy part of the profits to be set apart to meet of a a Quot a such losses and thus the apparent profit three or four per cent for every six months Are Gibson Laid up. If the charter had not required this to Sullivan secure against losses it would not have been Knox prudent we think for the Bank to have divided even two per cent. This is one instance of the Dearborn Many in which the patrons of the Democrat White Toho believe what is written in it if it is possible Manji there be any such would learn that All is not True Kosciusko that is printed even in the columns of the Murfin Randolph Ripley 1122 876 h�z3 2214 1121 494 315 737 600 134& 337 605 564 51 120 945 677 367 1199 1289 1201 1201 372 98 537 383 460. 560 1002 122 324 264 1293 63 130 1759 1291 129 1688 287 973 453 16 143 1280 283 805 157 771 115 896 542 32 40 160 286 60 799 306 592 80 59 70 185 510 31 61 215 179. 739 408 1112 157 559 608 324 718. 96 548 672 1020 372 922 1028 30 777 1211 450 486 528 632 20 500 56 1008 198 232 648 850 906 278 671 710 885 738 200 792 378 1906 114 36 78 228 63 60 179 725 51 230 400 61 1268 502 1344 42 558 602 1 ill 5 22 292 170 644 172 267 576 625 116 Jay. Delaware Greene Brown Spencer Dubois Pike Perry Martin Davis Warren Lake Posey Adams Switzerland Hancock Steuben Wells Lagrange Clark Laporte Warrick Vigo Hendricks Porter Lawrence Decatur Grant. Vermillion Elkhart Scott Allen Randolph Ripley 110 926 397 88 274 145 168 402 317 268 773 88 70 68 520 595 43 27 281 412 703 327 889 1190 181 359 1376 321 742 705 99 806 714 118 47 219 70 56 139 168 625 12 166 800 253 1449 104 194 399 49 25 792 174 7 445 455 1 33 318 47413 .23041 communicated. Died at her residence in this county on the 3d instant Mary Ann Smith widow of Heze Kiah Smith who emigrated from the state of Kentucky to this county in the fall of 1821, and deceased in the year 1824. The deceased by her attention after the death of her husband kept her family together and raised them in credit and respectability. She was a kind and affectionate Mother and by her attention to the sick of her neighbourhood she had gained to herself High esteem and was uncommonly beloved. Society has lost a Friend that time cannot easily restore and her Large and numerous family has lost a kind and affectionate Mother. She lived to see her youngest child a Nian grown and died in her 62d year. Communicated. Died on monday the 25th inst., Alfred s. Greek second son of James Greer Esq after an illness of about seven months. He bore his sickness with great Christian fortitude. Died a recently in this county Thomas m Clintock. The deceased was much respected. His sudden departure is not Only extremely Afflic Tive to his family but is painfully regretted by the Community in which he lived. Sails of jlot9 in mov st pleas att the subscriber will offer at in the pre Mia a on saturday Ihu 28ih Day of october 1837, part or Al of the lots in the town of Moun t pleasant. A mount Flea Saint a beautifully situated in Jarion county Indiana 5 a Jules Norih of Quot Indianapolis on the i Michigan Road and Immy Diffily on the on the North Side of White River. Tie Central canal passes immediately along the Bank of the River fit Hajii half mile of the town and that portion of the canal now under contract will be completed in the course of the ensuing year. The situation of mount pleasant is one of the most Beautiful situations for a town in the Western country. The whole country around it is healthy Rich and Fertile and in a state of High cultivation. The Immy Diat 3 sit Atiim of the town is on the High Bank or Bluff rising gradually from the Bottom lands next to the River and its Elevation is Sorne Ting like 2q�o feet above Low water line. This town has ail the of the River the canal and the Michigan Foad. The Situu Iii of the River and the natural location of the country warrants that Mou it pleasant Irist be a place of much business. The Michigan rond Bridge a Vili be the Only Bridge across the River near the Vicinity of the town consequently Tho Liole country North of the River will be compelled to Cross at the Michigan Road Bridge and if the people can be with All the articles of barter and Rade to mount pleasant it will follow As a Nat Piaf consequence Taftt Iha Trade will be concentrated of this place. The Tennis Otho in pc will i per cent. A Nhy France on the Purchase Money or within .30dny?, and the balance in 3 equal payments of 6, 12, and in months. Undisputed title will be Given and the balance of the Purchase Money secured by the premises. Persons at distance who wish to Vest Tiff in Money in growing or valuable property will do Well to attend the Sale or. Appoint some agent at Indianapolis. There Are two or three Elega it seats for a lanyard in and adjoining the town and three different Springs sufficiently targe for Good distilleries immediately adjoining the town lot and on the blocks. Iii Terilli ene it our it Iger nent be Given to mechanics f any description who will con i and Settle in the Ace i will also a Ell at private Saie ucre9 of first rate land adjoining the town and fronting on the Michigan Road i mile and laying Between the Road and the River he River being the East line. This is one of the Moat is Didble tracts of land in Marion county on account of its Elevation Richness of soil und its great if Atef privileges Oti this tract of land there at a oms thing Ike fifty never failing Springs with a lasting Spring Branch running Immo Diomely through la Ltd a a a try of the land from the North to die South. It also has an extensive Mill seat on the River and perhaps As Good a distillery seat As there is in Ilie state. A Vater at the Short distance of 20 or 30 Yards from a very Large Spring i Aii be carried to an Elevation of about 80 feet. The Mill seat and distillery seat Are both situated together. The River when Danied will afford a Large abundance of water for All kinds of machinery. On the premises there Are considerable improvements with a gift of bearing Apple Orchard. Liberal payments will be Given for one half the Purchase Money. For particulars refer to col. A Vav. Russell and Capi John Cain at Indianapolis. Joseph an drus. Indianapolis oct 7, 1837. 99 a b. Any reference from persons at a distance to the subscriber in relation to the Sale and Purchase of town lots will be strictly Atio idea j a. Votic�3. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Branch at Indianapolis of the state Bank of Indiana will be held at the banking House of the first monday in november next Between the hours of twelve and four o clock p. M. Ai which time an election will be hold for Eglit directors of said Branch for the ensuing Vear. B. F. Morris cashier. October 5, 18j7. 99 3w Sale of Wabash amp Erie canal . Office of the Board of . Imi Rock ment at it of opt Vaya a August 22. 1837. F. The undersigned will offer for Sale at the canal office in fort Wayne on the 4th Day of october next the following lands reserved by the Board of Coni Mission prs of the and Erie canal Viz s. I. N. E. And for W. Hrs. Of see. 10, town 24, of Ran�-<3 Vav. S. Fraction 30, 27,2, e. Frac. Sec. 31, 27, 2, or e. I to. W. Or. 5, ?7, 2, e. N. W. Or. 20, 27, 3 e. N. W. Or. And . W. Hrs. 6, 27, 7, e. For. N. W. Or. 34, 28, 7, e. S. E. For. 35, 28, 7, e. W i s. Vav. Or. 12, 28, 9. E f. S. E. Or. 3, 28, 9, e. For. N. E. And s. E. Hrs. 10, Oil 9, e. A. In. 15, 28, 9, e. N. Eur. And for. N. W. Or. 22, 28, 9, for. S. A. Or. 14,29, 10, s. . 15, 29, 10, E. B. E. And s. W. Hrs. 22,29, 10, for. N. W. Or and s. W. Or. 23. To rational Section 27, 29, 272 52 j158 1200 396 57 150 1774 202 315 280 4 782 1011 30 4 552 a 7 382 839 292 Wallace s vote 4 5017.�?Dumont s vote 37372. Wallace s majority 8645. Total votes for governor 83389. Fan Buren paper in Indiana such a Lead the Public to Ere fire May look we beg Pardon we meant the patrons approves and supporters of the Democrat m in look in its columns for All kinds of Loco Foco ism Emtil the editor is rewarded or the party a prostrated and for such patronage such approbation and such support of such an editor and such a newspaper All we have to say is much Good May it do be since the Loco Foco Democrat keeps its patrons As far As it can utterly ignorant of the Noble stand taken by sonv6 of the leading men of Hijii Tinnion Vav Bash Montgomery washing Oil Marshall Henry Clinton st. Joseph Parke Crawford Harrison Floyd Boon Noble. Hamilton governor. David Ullis. 1152 849 1788 2831 1122 781 50 753 260 885 570 575 640 102 191 977 Ose. 300 1198 1632 1031 1145 406 239. 776 a 863 l 435 188-279 .284. 1103 123 186 l 90l 575 h2 1487, 338. 1027 574 270 517 502., 569 131 830 a. S. Bur Witt. 706 45 444 486 403 104 24 7 792 444 179 25 377 75 61 210 �42 836 450 411 370 545 646 424 214 .21 1424 10. W. Half. E. And e. Half. W. Or. 24, 30, ii Section 13, 31, 12, . Vav half s. E. And e. Half. Vav. Or. .34, 31, 12, b. N. E. And s. E. Qr.?. 20, 3, 13, e. E4 s e. Or. 10, 31, 15, e. Reserving however As much As will Bon Essary Lor Hydraulic purposes at lock Sites on said canal. A Large portion of the lands were selected in 1830, and hereto fire withheld Froid Sale. It is thought to be to say any thing in reference to them that it is to be presumed that no individual will make a Purchase without first having examined them two of the lots Are within a mile of , some adjoining the town s of and Huntington and two Orth a tracts near fort Wayne All of which Are situated on or near the Vav Bash and Erie canal. They will be sold under the provisions of an act entitled Quot an act providing Means to construct the portion of the Vav Basli and Erie canal Quot approved Jan. 28, 1830, that previous to the Sale each tract will be valued and a Price lived but no lot will be sold for a less Price than five dollars per acre. Sept. 2, 1837. 95 4w Samuel Lewis com r. Postponement. Having omitted through mistake to give a description in the above notice Quot of one of the two reserved lots of canal land lying within one mile of logans port and of four lots of forfeited lands three of which Are in the Vicinity of Logansport and one near Huntington a the above Sale is therefore hereby postponed until the Goth Day of november . Lam l Lewis come. Fort a Avn . 2lst. 1837._99-4w Peak Street House rebuilt. No. 88, Pearl Street new York Yfe a this spacious establishment is in Jujj Jeffi Large and erected upon its former site in Ligi the Centre of the commercial operations of is fihe City surrounded by More than 500 in Tae Eai up by Hoz Ekmali Mcclintick Hving in Middle township Hendricks county la., one Elray cow a red Brindle supposed to be seven years old under half crop in the left car and a Slit in the right holes bored in the front part of Bot i horns a cast Bell on put on with a Small strap sewed in tie Middle with a Square Iron buckle App raised to 20 dollars by Isaac Veley and Elias Smalley. A True copy from my stray Book Given under my hand and Seal this 28th Day of , 1837. Archibald Alexander a p. October 7, 1837. 09p ii chancery. .45 185 5. 29 1487 130 334 637 137 5-94 667 23 �?7 tirely new fire proof store and warehouses occupying the ground of the great conflagration. This hotel fronting upon Pearl and Waters Reeis is arranged upon a new a tid most improved plan with a spa Clou Exchange roof in Exien Iivo dining a a Arlor a Largo and airy sleeping rooms a Oani pow a to a Supply of water to the upper Story and for other Par oses to tether with every convenience to promote the health and co Niort of the boarders a constant guard is also employed keep every part of the promises in Vidor and Security. Alderman Petcos the owner has spared no Lou a scr this Bihling both in Chi fit and style of Archit Cluvy equal if n.,t a pc rior to any hotel in this j Louiie i. Now lurid i tied cot Iipp to in Iii Odi in t,,Ai. L r. Ollil. Ali Icli l3r. _ Ali. P Oprie tor ii hot Fiill v solicits Trio piiroii.ig& of old Cusio Meis and the Jim gum Ruhy. Jno. A. Flint pro Prilar. Oct. 7, 1837. 99-3 110 the state of Indiana Marion county. Friar Hijii circuit , july term 1837-David Shields and of Harp is. I in chancery. Barzilia French and others. 70w come the complainants by their Counci and Al it appearing to the satisfaction of the court by affidavit heretofore filed that said Tarzilla French is not a resident of the state of in Iliana it is therefore ordered that said defendant be notified of the filing and Pendency of the Bill of the defendant Jacob Turner by a publication for three weeks successively in the Indiana journal a newspaper of general circulation published in Marion county that unless to appear and plead answer or demur to said Cros Bill on or before the calling of this cause at the next term of this court the same will be taken As confessed and True against him and this cause is continued fittest Robert 13, Duncan clerk sept. In 1837. The state of Indiana Marion county. Marion circuit court july term 1837. John h. Messenger is. Robert Brown Elizabeth Brown John Mii Ler Samuel Ceright a a Arbara Seeright Nicholas messed Roger. And Peter messenger. To amp of comes the complainant by his solicitors and Al the said Nicholas messenger and Peter messenger not being found in this county of Marlon it is ordered that they be notified of the tiling and Pendency of the Bill of complaint in this behalf by three weeks successive publications in the Indiana journal n Public newspaper of general circulation published in. This county of Marion a hat a Nicks they appear an4 plead answer or demur to the Bill of complaint in this behalf on or before the calling of the cause at the next term of this court the same will be taken As confessed and True against them und this Cariso is continued. Wiiest Robert r. Duncan Soji tember in 1837, 97p to by of found calf skin pocket Book was found on the21sf instant Between Sharlott s Mill and greenfield., containing fifteen dollars in paper five cents in Silver and some other papers. The subscriber lives three Miles West of Isaac willets Mill five Miles East of Cumberland in Hancock county Indiana. James Woods september 22, 1837. 98 3w a Lahm for Sale. Rat lie sub cibber wishes to sell i. Form m. Clinton co Unity la., on the a Ichigo in Road two Nind Alki files Norilia of Kirk in Eonta Inong two Hundred and Foito acres of Chico land in Iris a a Crew of which i us Lim Good improve Keiit four acre in Mcadow u i wed a g la with a shingled , a re god lug table nud Otlie rout buildings the a tto a Rion healt Liv acid Verv eligible situated Lor a tavern stand noted by iia velkers Usa place or several Vears past Liiv p. Re on to Purchase wiil local on the a Ubiar Bor Livin on Iho pre mists. October 7, 1837. 99by ii uni ii it i. Of. John Mitchell. Administrator s notice. Persia is inc Imp ulu Immediato payment and Thosa a c a. M. Uro notified to office of the l Robate Cour t agn Rabiy to Low. Said estate october 1837. 99 _ a it Mim Strator s notice. / a the under Sigried has Takon out nation on of Samuel hark a i a aft a Pic of in conc county Indiana nud is duly a Quot a a a o Petite All business belonging to the estate am p. Sons a brims on the Desiato Ore Roqu Etc to it eni Ihu in claims ,.vop.rrly no Ihu in cited Forse itly men and those that Aro. In Dobich to Tho e8tat�_are a. Queried to make Immediato payment. J to Beaini solvent. Ups Lac. October 7, l 837. 99 s notice. ? the undersigned has taken out letters of a. on the estate of Joseph Stewart Lata of Marion county deceased. I her Sifore those in Lett us to said estate arc requested to make payment while those having claims against the same Are require in to in Keiit them properly authenticated for a til client. The estate is supposed to be solvent. James gris at. September 30, 1837. 98 Armijos Katou s Sadie. The undersigned As administrator of the estate of Joseph Stewart deceased will Boitor at Public Sale on Friday the 20lh of october next at the residence of the subscriber four ii rises and gears for same. Two Al Hoo Aisne a four of War and the of us e two horse Wagon hot uschold and Kitchen fuits it try i besides other articles Niue months credit will be Given on All sums Oxer Throe dollars by the purchaser giving Bond wit i the necessary up Ciji Quot that amount Cash in hand James Griswald september 30, 1827. 98__. A Talkun to by William Law living in Hendricks township Shelby county Indiana one stray sorrel Mare Colt with a Small Blaze in Hur forehead supposed to to one year old last per a Iio other Marks or brands perceivable Appia Ivd to Twenty dollars by Nathaniel party and Joel Law this 13ih Dav of sop Temler 1837, before Calexander Millek a p. Sept Huber 30, 1837. 98j>.crimi vitors in a Aiice Alarie Subo irime in of Jet Ipoh and moulding planes just received Nicl for Sale at Dio hard Watt a wry i s. 7�2 of Seibert amp Buehler. Y i

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