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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - September 09, 1837, Indianapolis, IndianaA pal an a Bif Fiti if it ept g 815 7. A eople Nat on ror Pau Sii i to William h. Harrison. To . The of Quot Lii senior Quot and a me incr of Quot the Marion coi nity temp Raice society will Appeal in next. We have also re coir d a reply Isom . We t. Otto to thu article in Llie Hist a Moerai Over the Sig Hilture of the Junior etl ilor but Al Tuo late an hour for Aii instr Tina in to Day a Papor. It in Hall Appeal in our no t. We a rave received for publication one two ably i Ifica Comini indications on the late address of James b. Ray to the voters of this congressional District. We decline publishing them however from a desire not to renew tie recollection of matters which must cause pain to the individual to whom allusion made. The remark in a late number of this paper that Van Bure ism swept from Indiana fully shown in tiie result of the late elections has wonderfully excited the ire of the Democrat. With usual Candor it argues Liat if tie measures of . Van 3uren tend to the injury of the country and pure democracy such of course that shadowed Forth by that Organ it Hopes the people will oppose him but if he pursues the course he has pledged Iii self to pursue it willing to predict that Otis re election will be certain. Titis prediction Assumption of the Democrat with regard to the Fate of . Van Buren and his administration therefore hinged j entirely on his making Good his pledges. What necessary for his subsistence but the worthy Host of the mansion House made no difference. The a Ling had to pay much for his Board and lodging a Man and How be obtained the Means was the question he certainly did not by his profession. He never to our knowledge was engaged in but one Case and that he relinquished because of his utter incapacity to manage it. Some said that he Drew upon his father purse. At the Lime we did not believe this. Tien we believed . I Ivingston with All his faults to be an honest and upright citizen and no honest and High minded Man we All know who enjoys health and strength will depend upon a father for a Livel Ilioyd. We now know Livingston and we now believe he did draw his Suji port from Liis lather and Liat same generous father will again have to step Forward to relieve him the fellow will yet give some of our citizens leg bail the Only bail he can give for the payment of their dues. Jet it be borne in mind that the Junior during the time of his practising rather of his offering to practice Law professed to be a firm whig. All at once he was seized with an honest desire to obtain Money that he might surf himself and no longer be a mendicant. Whether the idea suggested itself to him Wilether it was on the representations of a Nephew of col. Johnson who then resided in the place and Between Akhom and Livingston existed the closest intimacy we know not but he repaired Post haste to the great Crossings to obtain was generally supposed in marriage the hand of one of the fair daughters of the Rich and Gallant colonel. The old colonel doubtless received him politely extended to him the Hospital ties of his House and listened with complacency to his Appeal to give his con sent to a Union that would Render him the Quot happiest of the colonel however told him he must renounce his political principles and Jacob like serve seven years before he could of he returned renounced his own and embraced other political principles and set in upon the time of and whereas they consider that the non fulfil ment of government engagements so repeatedly in reference to this important National work Calls loudly and imperiously on those who feel an interest in faithful and speedy advancement and completion to invoke the attention of those whose duly it to see that the solemn enactments of Law appropriating Money for the object Are no longer trifled with. And whereas from causes which ought not to exist in any Well arranged department of govern men it apparent to Liis meeting that either the Law defective the system of operations adopted under the Law the agents appointed to carry out the system Are wholly unsuited to tie ror leading astray and mis directing the Intelli rent and ambitious youth of our country. Trade always an Uncertain and Vili Ever from the nature of operations be overdone. Adventurers from All ranks and professions will crowd marts flush with the Hope of a speedy Fortune even where thousands and thousands have tried and found ruin their Only portion. Of the whole number of men who adventure in merchandise scarcely a fraction hold on through the series of years and amass wealth. And in a Young Man gives away the Best portion of his Days pays Forlis learning his apprenticeship and then when he goes into manhood finds tie Channel of Trade filled to Everi towing emergency and thai there does exist Soai Eliere i what Are his chances of Success lie can do to a total and palpable want of adaptation of a jiving . Hotrie a rents his so rope Puis up to the end. J Lii sign borrows capital and if he Bias the therefore resolved that a committee of live be tact id get Over Llie a Lay nent of his first notes appointed to Cir Dale amongst our Citize a me perhaps he buys a Large and yet a larger Sloe a a Morial to the ingress of tie United Stales re extends Liis and finally a pressure spec fully asking that body to remedy the alleged a comes Over the Money Market Quot a he can get no grievance and that a copy of the memorial be j accommodations and bankruptcy stares him in forwarded t j each of our senators and represent the face his inevitable portion to break the Seal and publish the result. The 24th Section of the Law relative to general elections requires the clerks within ten Days after such election to Seal up and Forward by mail to the Secretary of state a True statement of votes Given for govenor and lieutenant govenor which it made his duty under his official certificate to publish. These returns have been received from All the counties except Allen Decatur Grant Ripley Randolph Scott Vermillion and Elkhart. I have Vav Ritieni to the clerks of these counties and so soon i receive the official returns will make out for publication a Correct statement i Arn the Public obedient servant we. Brown. the Mutual fire Iruelia Stapolis August 31, 1837. In compliance with a Resolution based by the to Forti of directors on tie Ostli instant the fou owing states ment which exhibits the Uon Dizion of this company at the present Date submitted for publication i whole amount Inai ired Attis Date $741,470 00 discharged. 9930 of leaving now at risk the sum of g73l,540 00 whole Aiu t of Premium note at Ihie Date. I. $53,579 4� di3ahur< ed.g99 73 then we would ask the character of those pledges this would seem necessary in order to understand the amount of Good ill which a . I i a n i Lam the hand and Fortune of his Rebecca. Forthcoming. Are they not for die most part so far they can be distinctly understood very much of a party character pledged to follow in i to i i a i servitude. He has Ever since Laboured Faith the footsteps of his red Cessor amp a. From this in n i n a i a a i i i fully and foully in his new vocation and at the end and others of a Kindred character just exception a i i i i. A ,. I of the Lime will no doubt deserve and obtain the has been taken Ilic Calm and unprejudiced ? in i ,. I. Hand of the colonels daughter and also very where in View of the sad experience cons a c no ,. R a receive tic appointment of minister to Liberia quent on Lic headlong measures of the late and i a i a i i i ii i i rooms of a hich he confident v told in. Ministration. Tiie manii Estalio of this Leeling. ,. Otto has been made Jinni and this sentia ent doubtless a cry Liere Visi. Ble but in no part of Tho Union it More Hail Rhode Island Rii ode Liand a helically so than in Indiana. It True that a Jis done her duly Noble. I he has a Vered her majority of Lier citizens Cait their votes in Lavor natives in Congress n. B. Palmer esq., moved to Amend the Resolution by inserting after the word resolved the following that in the opinion of this meeting the Public interest and a speedy and faithful prosecution of the work requires a separate superintendent for each of the states of Indiana and Illinois and on the question being put shall the Resolution be so amended it was decided in the negative whereupon j. Kelham esq., moved to Amend by striking out the preamble which was also decided in the negative whereupon the preamble and Resolution introduced by . Morrison were adopted and James Morrison Nathan b. Palmer Nathaniel West Benjamin i. Blythe and Austin w. Morris were appointed a committee to effect the object contemplated by the Resolution. On motion of James Morrison esq., a resolved that the committee appointed to draft the memorial to Congress be instructed to recommend the appointment of a superintendent for the slate of Indiana alone. And the meeting adjourned. James Blake cd n. M. Moore Sec by. Ask him in that hour of calamity and How would his heart leap for Joy to Exchange places with some substantial Mechanic Independent Farmer let not the youth of our country be deluded. Follow not a Jacko lantern that will inevitably Lead you into the Morr asses of misfortune. Quit a a i will dispose of on the Niort reasonable terms. Iliev not the Green Hills of your native Villa where urch Asod the ii arse to . Wealth and Independence smile on every hand Jamsey and u ii my Mullo tiie making of coiling. For i rofes6ions pregnant with Vicissitudes and they Hope by u strict Aitt Muon to to Merit fearful uncertainly. Go not out from the work Quot Quot Quot ave a spire it p., Patro Naii. Cassinet Vouk. Yulis i i win wild Rusu Ciu inform Ilio i. Liz etis of i ii a Iii and i ii vice Iii Tivey have Ihu a hop acc Cindy of Cuiji ii Ivy John t. U Iii Isey ill w a Liin Iii Ino of in. Ohr Iii. Waif in Lii v ii Iive a Miina evil i d and intend of Arry on the Cali Iii Mukin Lii Isim in Ali lis Vari it of a a i clips. I o the Stock Pur Cluied t i of . Ramsey they have addled an Extein Sieve Supply of Muroga vol a very Purine Quality i hey have in their employ the very Best of Korkiner und Illey flatter Triem selves that Uliey Are Able to work equal 10 any in the we Kern country. I hey have now on hand and Are a very handsome assortment of mahogany furniture of the latest fashions consisting of dressing and other i bureaus a sideboards Centre and and tables. Solas amp. Also a Large assortment of Cherry work of a Superior Quality ail of which they dispose of on the most reasonable terms. Leaving now in Force the sum of whole amount of o percentage at this Date. $52,879 65 $2,678 99 number of policies Iuni 265. Clip. Vav. Cady Sec by. . S. A. Tatta improved prescription Jor the cure of Nysp Sia of a Balsam and tonic mixture Fatta improved prescription for the euro of a dyspepsia consisting of a Balaam und tonic shop where mechanical knowledge and skill May be acquired that can never fail to you unless you have fathomed the Powers of your mind and Are sure of Triumph in a path where nine out of ten meet Only disappointment and defeat. Sepi Ember 9, 1l37. 9g 3,n v of Oan. Adminis Katok 3 notice. Otice Liliet Given that of adminis trillion have this Day been grained Soutul the clerk office of the Boon Tio Bate court to the undersigned Almini Strayor of the estate of William her Reid late of Boon county deceased. All persons having claims against said estate will present to life to the Uitile signed and All persons indebted to said estate will please Coll and Settle Vliem immediately. J lie estate insolvent. Sept. 0, ij37. 9g Charles e. Powell adm. Public meeting the committee appointed to draft a memorial to Congress on the subject of the Cumberland Road will submit one to the Public to Day at 4 o clock at the court House Lor their consideration and a Proval saturday sept. 0. Printers proverbs. 1. Never enquire thou of the editor the news for behold it his duly at the appointed time to give it unto thee without asking. 2. When thou Dost write for his paper never wholesale Nuy goods say unto him what thinnest thou of my piece wow receiving at of. 97, Wood Street Fiu Burgh. For it May be that the truth might Ollend thee. A Large Stock of Wal assorted dry goods smud 3. It not fit that thou should ask of him to the approach intr season a recent in purchased m Tite who the author of an article upon subjects of Kostem Chich huh Oil red Low for All kinds of1r i a 1. A i a 4 solvent Western Bank Maiier at Par. Public concern ment for his duty requires him to Pittsburgh aug. Al a a no. Palmer. Keep such things unto himself. A a i a 4. Ashen thou Dost enter into a printing of re a a a 1. .1 in i. .1 i. 0 b in Rev a Given t hat 1 h a be t i Day a Poi n Ted i d fice have care unto thyself that thou Dost not 1 Den True a sub Aen to sell and dispose of . Ouch the Type for thou Mayst cause the Printer Sumuel i Hompson h Amily rights to the use of much trouble. Titanic by tem of a Medicine those wishing to Pur a 5. Look thou not at the copy which in the can Quot be lupins la d a it he the Houks and on 1,. A a .1 i .1. A. Leus Jimial o terms by Apiu Iii i to him Arkis residence i lands of the Cointo sours Lor Lii Al not meet in. ,. A a 1 ,. Oil l Ilici Eek st Vii Iii above i i 1 Ano Oliie sight of like Printer. lie the july agent aug lionized a no Ini 0. Neither examine thou the proof Sheet for i i in ii econ it. J a civils l Ilis not ready to meet thine Eye Lii Al Tiu Ina Ysl j a a a t 9, �-37. Cir 3.ii Aegir. Undi a slain it. J n. I. Yulice Iurii live ii Apiki i i 7. Prefer tiny of Unerv paper to any other i i sul scrip e Ini medially for it and pay in a Vance wis Inu to. Art ass i Lenis Are to apply to like at by county in Jerii of . A an Buren predecessor util Eiju ally Mio Iio Sid Sale Honor a and deserve a Aloni Suie of Indiana Kentucky i in i the Mac Linery of Conul a a arly believed , i i North Carolina Stales lint have in at , sept. 7, 1837. 7 o the Edi Lorn of the Indio Iii journal. in your last j Ajer Ami arc pleased i to put some to me which i deem i i n i a i. I Quot ,.,1i i i ,1 a a i old it a Hall b we with thee and thy l Itile ones n ill duly to in a ver not Lii Al i a a kirov. Lecle Lisej Riihl of any Nev in int edit to i Alch Nie i. ,. 7. A i a a i. A a 1 a Xvi a Nyler relation to inv till Apical Puii Riih. Ieuv ��?�.�,�?�,a a a a ,. His a i v till a Iii a it a m 1 f a Tion Vas Ali cycled but Fay i cur iia . in \ Quot cult. True that with management Lii Eli believed to a Hosl Van Kirei Pisni a blow that will Send it tottering without a Paralle a the people of Indiana could a a Borders. Cranston and not be transferred Lollie support of the individual Tillinghast the whig candidates have Quot been elect . J a a you will allow me the privilege to i a Ivhon became the heir ii Parent. Etl by a Large majority. The legislature i Jdc i i Quot your columns Abr the information i who Servi d his Liuigi in Lff a iodide to ire Huid a Ells a very Irod Story no Liu in Lalive Genius tiie animal was the a a of Jerly of ,.,an a h Kenlice boy who having won him at u Raf our Rea ,.s who expected a different Quot co he him Home and lied him to -5 immediately Kun it sent to la. La i Quot a trial you Ina Keyoth , Inlo Malion Quot of i Quot Quot Quot Ivy a lil ii Luire Willi i 11 11 e c the election took Pho on tie in order to to meet this contingency and Zejly which. To Wair if of Sib a the stigma which busiere29ih ult. Long fasten on the parly in consequence of the a occasional exposures of corrupt press a Vio. Democrat give to the Lent assault again made irom that Quarter upon this paper and conductors with a View to Les accuse of borrowing Money from the Bank for purposes of speculation they owe it to the innocent directors and to the Public to do so. Honorable men would not hesitate to give the name of the guilty okie to the Public. Will the editors of the Democrat do in we opine not however we shall see. Sen credibility and thereby escape Public odium. But All attempts of this kind must prove unavailing. To estimate the True character of the Democrat the Van Buren Organ at this place Little else necessary than to witness from week to week impertinent and continued a Buse of private and Public character. For this Junior of the Democrat intimates that he display of learning Antl liberality of thought a such a chastisement . Otto this flow of re Ason and feast of soul the Public j Iii licked upon him every Day for one year. If he understood lobe indebted to the Astorian j receive such a chastisement daily for editor. Idle like him Side May be Gready i to Velve months he would have an addition Al claim tickled with such things while those of More Quot of vice preset incl daughter. He sense and More reline nent of feeling can Only j a Only be Black she . View them with Dis it isl. W those readers also Well to say that my answers to your interrogatories arc forthcoming. The answers would have been prepared for your paper of this week but neither my Lime nor my feelings would allow me to a rite a newspaper article of any length. Your Obe t serv t. Hanna. Hen such characters i pvt e Widd Call attention to the proceed Washington. By Charles Philips. No matter what Uva be the birth place of such a Man Washington. No climate can claim no country can appropriate him the Boon of Providence to the i Imam race his Fame Eler Nily and his residence creation. Though it was the defeat of our arms and the disgrace of our policy i almost bless the convulsion in which he had his origin if the heavens thundered and the Earth rocked yet when the storm passed How pure was the climate that it cleared How Bright in the brow of the firmament was the planet it reveal etl to a in the production of Washington it does really appear if nature was endeavouring 11-1to Minro e upon herself and thai All the Virtues Are once fairly understood Alliey Are a dead weight a pigs of the Public meeting held in this place rela Tho ancient wot old were hut so Many studies to any party. J live to the Cumberland Load in Indiana. We j Prezia Malory to the Patriot of the new. I Dividu to the character of a diaper briefly Desu Ould also surge so Lottie citizens of the Leevera i Insi Anees no Dot Del there were splendid exe i cried which boasts so much of to democracy towns on the Road in this slate the propriety and Lii cations of some signal and incessantly of truding opinions on others depend on in in her deception contrived by consummate knavery. The Junior of the Democrat. The Junior of the demo at seems to think we Are utterly incapable of conducting a Public journal that we Are irresponsible tools of designing and ambitious men that we have neither education nor Talent and that if we Ever possessed two ideas at once we were unable to connect them. We should have complained of this a courteous and in Quot enc Rous treatment Ert this had we not Felt ourselves highly i altered by the Junior Atli by Ting our articles to men of the first rest ecu ability either in Point of veracity learning talents. Who this Junior editor he subscribes himself his name John Livingston a neat Little sprig of aristocracy and a quack lawyer and who believes no Man to have the first que Alifi cation for the station of an editor who has not received a collegiate education. He a contemptible and insignificant Dandy coxcomb and Puppy who has since his Elevation to the editorial corps slandered abused and vilified the characters of private individuals in language the most common and vulgar language that no editor who at All acquainted with the rules of grammar who possesses the principles and bearing of a gentleman would admit into his columns. He has done More by his mean Low bred cowardly Assassin like and scurrilous course to detract from the dignity standing and influx inc. Of the Edilo rial fraternity than any other Wiuli visual who has Ever filled the station of a conductor of a Public journal. He came to this place in the Spring of 1832, a Brief less Lav Yor. After a while lie Oji Ned an office and put out his sign upon which was painted in prominent capitals Quot a. Livingston Alloi Ivey and counsellor at for Whiee years longer ii could Ahvay be found in his Culice except when engaged in displaying his dui Ulyiss in the streets himself a regular built Cxquis-�7e among the ladies. During All Tolj a time it was the wonder of our honest citizens where the Nice creature obtained he Means to pay Hir Way. Tie True a very Small Quantity of the staff of life was necessity of their adopting similar proceed things. In High time that a change for ii belter should be made in the operations on this important thoroughfare. Riot on the rail very serious riot occurred on the Madison and Indianapolis rail Road a Short time since at Vernon. It seems a party of Cor ionians and far Downs came in collision and a Row ensued in which one Man was killed and two three others badly wounded. The militia were immediately ordered out to preserve order and peace. It stated that there Are about ,700 Irish Laj frers engaged on the Road of whom Joo Only Are Cor ionians. I Liere . Skipjack Olio Wah m observing character had a line Opportunity to learn the Printer Trade at least far it could be Learned merely watching the movements of others lion far hero Frieu by it will presently be seen. If he did not in the end make the most satisfactory Progress it was certainly not for the want of close observation on his part. He watched the movements of his Young master with the most profound attention. He observed How he sat the Type and How he distributed them. But it was the latter which most specially struck his fancy. He saw the lad throwing his bits of Metal about him into the various departments of the Case from a Down to ampersand and his Monkey fingers itched to be employed in a similar manner. At last an Opportunity was Afi Bretl him the apprentice and All hands having gone to dinner the Monkey was i carelessly left so Long a siring that to could easily leap up ii the Case and h Ive Abu Daiil room for free and easy movements when there. Oil the upper Case were a couple of galleys full of i Aln Ady Sal for the next Majier. Upon the the inon Tiv Comuni Encerti his Taisir Bulion. I was not at All careful a Oul taking a single word at a Lime distributing the types according Lolik Alidia. On the contrary lie clawed them up by Handl vils and Distri bled them in the was merciful was continent j a Wing them about was Palienie built was reserved Lor Ujj without Taring whether a went to blend them All in one and like the Lovidy Chi Jujj a a a j in Tail Bald Lac Winil. Iret to acid a in in it it a i of Iii live i Arso in was Lii ii lit i in Lump >., d if incas county la., a leu a b a Mui Wiio Rich a rid d a noted Viii in and sold very Low. Anim All circumstances there id very Litile Dimiti but that the horse a stolen i i Tiv any Loii Nii a horse of the above description May readily obtain the necessary information by a i Zicai Iii to almost any citizen of the above Lown . Sept. 0, 9cp 3w a Friend to Justice. Editors Are desired to copy the above advertisement into their re be Ive papers. Admin Katok notice. Otice hereby it Fiven that 1 have taken out Lel a. Tors of administration on the estate of William Holmes sci., late of Clarion county deceased there i re All persons having claims against said estate Are desired to a inc ent to Lien pro icily authenticated for set Ilene it and those indic ibid 10 said estate Are called to to make payment without Delav. The estate std vent. Kobe it Harding adm. Sept. A iiu7. Tib it act arc of the grecian Orlist to exhibit in one glow of associate Beauty the Pride of every Model and the perfection of every master. a general he marshalled the peasant into a Veteran and supplied by discipline the absence of experience. a statesman he enlarged the policy of the Cabinet into the most comprehensive system of general advantage and such was the Wisdom of his views and the philos Iphy of his councils that to the Soldier and the statesman he almost added the character of the Sage. A con a administrator of he estate of William Holmes of a. Sen. Deceased 1 will Oder for Sale on saturday the 14th Oruc Tobor tie Lollo Sving property belonging to the estate of Suid it cd a ased Lowil a valuable iary Olin coir a Renil . Films told und Kilchai by skis a qua Niit of corp of and Illy and a variety of outlier articles 100 Ledioux to m. Nikon. Harding adm. Slot. A i�o7. Jew d Bias 01.t in acis of admin . L.,-. Uin 0.1 i in i Lale of it i Iii z e Nei 11, Buelt it Clinton i oui ily la. Due i i sri the Crelore Ali Personis in do bid Rocquin d to o 1p.iyment, and Lainis .1 Uhm Hui Are no Lilied in tii Ose a a Avii 1 pro sent Len in Cordlia it to la a.  111. Mugnai .11, Lale a i in ment mixture Latta anti drape i mar Dicine ha been used by Many hundreds in the United states and especially in some parts of the Western country. Ii recommended especially for the Cuie of dyspepsia and a general remedy it has succeeded beyond the most sanguine expectations of the proprietor. And the increasing demand for those medicines the Best evidence that he could have that Iho of like Dys Pepin have been fully realized 7 hi3 Balsam intended to a i e the nation of the liver Seq utilize i in circulation drily the blood i Spiel Humours in prove t he stale of the skin dispel and 1 move credit irom the Mach anti thereby prevent the it Iii nation of acidity and con-.eqiiences, in diet Simon. It on effectual remedy for habitual Ostive Ziebs. I wholly vegetable and perfectly Safe. who Are troubled with Cost Veness Colic sick head ache dizziness Sou mess of the stomach cold feet heart Burn water Brash swelling of the Sioni Ach with pain after eating raising the food after eating with belching. And who Are much debilitated accompanied with a pal Pittmon of thai heart with weakness and Diara Hasa will do Well to Avail themselves of the advantages to be derived Iroku the use of Toliese medicines. In dyspepsia the patient should commence by taking lilt half Tea Sijoon full Otic hour before , dinner and Slipper. F Elliis que Anisiy produces purging alter three our Days the Quantity Hay be reduced so o Pil Keiit and to continue use until he Alth restored list if this Quantity not sufficient to obviate Cost Venesa it should be increased until the object accomplished. This Balsam perfectly Safe Quot restoring health and vigor to the co Stuur lion in so Short a time that patients Are Apt to think Iligir disease removed at too Early a period and the Creo omit the use of Medicine too soon it the use of one bottle in any Given Case does not afford Relief 1i1.j patient need Noi Relief from . In those cat to in which this Medicine will succeed Good Fil tyls will be realized to a few Days in that Cas the Iii limit hould persevere until n perfect cure i Civ Cicta. I order to a this the 1 onic Aii Ture who Bibl he Laurii at tiie same Lime a ice directions on i the Bombe. I l m fati a a a in i Iii.= Medicine designed 10 give t the m. Al the most Power i ii i Gabse i Omu ibid c Irnis Iive it to engl hems the j , Iiicroas the a a it Ritli 1 a und in 1 Luli Pensa a blk u a Nii Dispi Pic Ija Laam Lor the i eur ,.r 1it ,.< i Liis Iii Elicine n a also be used i ill 1. Och. A i ii advantage and per i Ile . A Jilin Thieu by Lake to Tea spoons Jiuu \ Thrim �1 1. 3 a it a l.-n-, find Coli Sinue use Otilie. Me Dic Iii Iii a a. It Iii i it by found m Vic Eabie. N. B. Till Las Iii a like i before acid the tonic Miji Luro after each meal. Lie ared by . S. A. Latta Rossville 0. Veil Ifica Tes. This to certify that i have e.\amined,. S. A. Lat to Presori icon for the cure of dyspepsia and a general remedy 1 hav no doubt but that it equal if not Superior to any other remedy of the kind now offered to the Public and that it will answer the intentions for which it recommended. 1 am the Nitro Elearly convinced of this from having witnessed Good of acct in some important eases in which a Long continued treatment bad failed i am satisfied that these medicines will be of general service to the Community from the fact that they Are almost universally approved by All who have witnessed realized their Eite cts and from the eagerness with which they Are sought for in the communities where they have been introduced. 1 More cheerfully recommend these medicines because they do not appear in the Charn ctr of infallibility nor do 1 understand them to be offered Asli nostrum every disease but a Prescript Iii of one who hns a right to prescribe fur the cure of dyspepsia. They Are i Urcy vegetable and perfectly Safe. . Waterman Ujj Canon Ohio Jan 6, 1835. Titis certifies that my wife for the last four years has been afflicted with dyspepsia to an alarming de Gree. It would be useless to attempt a description of her symptoms. Bin it seems that she was afflicted with almost every sym Itom to which Laumau flesh heir. In the Lime of her ail fiction she was attended by ten physicians and was finally pronounced incurable. 1 to Iii no plaid fur . Latta anti Dys Pepic .Ilsam and tonic , and i feel it my duty to inv that Houlih she Lins taken but one bottle of the Balsam and 1 o of the tonic mixture she restore 10 a stale of Lealih find has commenced to her dunes ii All airs. Previou to taking your medic ii Sho was wholly confined to her bed for Thirleen it . Are at Liberty 10 publish this for a Oski ii a Hov Quot real disorder the various lcucr5 became mingled together. In a word the Monkey with All his imitative ingenuity was doing nothing better than making i of the two galleys full of Type. And this he accomplished in the most rapid and i textual manner. Afraid lest the printers should return from their dinner before he had accomplished his Job he threw with might and main and had nearly finished his piece of journey work when the boy master Olio had first returned to the a try Avi sgt a so a so a i Moil in Jessups on a Lute Jill 7�r0ai Timothy Jessups on a Lute Lidi 4 Miles 1 to .1 it ii. It lio Nii lit a get Lily i9th querer he was untainted with the crime of blood Foj Ujj. Opened the door and beheld the be Prin it with infinite satisfaction that we inform our readers that Durfee j. Pearce a tool of the Kitchen Cabinet a Whipper in and doer of All the filthy work of the party in Short the Amos Lane of Rhode Isatu has been most gloriously and signally Defeated for Congress. If we wished to wound the feelings of a Van Buren Man we could in no Way More effectually do it than by charging upon him the authorship of the editorials thai appear in the Democrat at a meeting of a Large number of the citizens of Indianapolis convened pursuant to Public notice at the court House on thursday afternoon september 7, 1837, Quot for the purpose of taking into consideration the present condition of the National Road within the Indianapolis division and to determine upon the pro course to be adopted by the people in relict on to the subject Iamkus Blaich was called to the chair and Jos. M. Moo Iii appointed Secretary. The object of the meeting having been briefly stated by Jas. esq., a neral to Viek Johnson Addic Sketl the kneeling Wilh it View of exonerating the superintendent of the Clumber land Road ill the stale of Indiana and la Lintins from blame on account of any delay in the operations upon this portion of the Roll. Olhorn remarks having been Matle in Rel Aliou to the subject James Morrison esq., Oit cred for option the following preamble and Resolution whereas this meeting contemplate with deep regret the Prospect of another disappointment of their late cherished anticipations in regard to the of the Cumberland Road in Indiana and especially that part of it running through of town during the present season. A revolutionist he was free from any stain of treason for aggression commenced the contest and a country called him to the coition and Liberty unsheathed the sword necessity stained Victory returned in if he had paused Here history might doubt what station to assign him whether at the head of her soldiers her heroes her patriots but the last glorious act crowned hi career and banishes hesitation. Who like Washington after having freed a country resigned her Crown and retired to a cottage rather than reign in Capitol. He took from the Battle crime and from the con Tiest chains he loft the victorious the glory of self denial and turned upon the vanquished Only the retribution of his mercy. Happy proud America the lightnings of heaven could not resist your Sage the temptations of Earth could not corrupt your Soldier. I give you sir the memory of George Washington the abuse of the Cincinnati whig says Quot there not at this time a respectable Van Jack newspaper in the Union supported by individual patronage. I Roin the.iiurday courier. Wrong estimate of professions. Merchants i he pressure of the limes has thrown an immense number of this useful class out of employ. While this matter of regret it should teach an important lesson. It always the that there Are More clerks than there Are places for Lilieni. Tins comes from the operation of one of the Siroi est incentives to Youthful ambition at once deemed both genteel find respectable. Thousands and Lens of thousands Rush into stores receiving miserable stipend for i hair services More Likely inducing their indulgent Parent to support them while they go through their mercantile , the Suppo sed step Stone to future Fortune and High renown. A. Per Iii there no More fatal and delusive ter at work. So tickled was the Man in Spiotti of the mischief the Monkey was doing that lie burst into a Roar of laughter find called All hands to witness the ludicrous movements of their brother Typo. They cume just in Lime to see him throw the last handful of the two columns of Type which had taken a Man a whole Day Tabor in setting. The Monkey having completed his Job much to his own satisfaction turned round and looked the printers in the face grinning and chattering of the strength they had gained to their office. But whatever the men might have thought of the Industry of their new Compeer they were not altogether satisfied with the manner in which he did his work. It was therefore resolved neocon that Skipjack should handle no More Typo in that Mihoe. But the discredit he suffered in the office was of no Little service to his reputation out of it for the Story of his distributing the columns getting wind through Londonderry he became very Proi liable object for anew railing match and his owner pulling him up at forty chances each got ten pounds Sterling five shillings for an animal that had rendered himself so famous among the types. _ Roll of .moorc.-Ville, on the night of die instant a Bright Hay 5 j years uld this Spring nearly 15 hands High she has a Small a in her forehead no other White parts recollected she had a heavy Bushy Tail was shod before und was in Good flesh. Any person finding her and by giving in motion to me living Iii Hamilton county 16 Miles in Torch of Indianapolis to Jacob. Willows at Indianapolis will be reasonably rewarded. Yih month 29th, 1b37. 3tpj Jacob Cook. To a in ill i rom Il-.subs Erih Listii a in Indianapolis a Bay Lac mane and 1 a 11, shod All round , has a White spot 011 Bis Back near Liis Back Pone the e. Years old Sprine he iia Aiso a Lilily Wiliie 01 one of Liis Lind Lei to better i the Hoofard pastern Joi Iii. Auy person who can give my of Lii Iii shall be compel Isard. J Ltd Smith. Sept. Of 10.37 no Otic her by Given in it Letier Sot administration on the of cd Nistela Diu Man late of the county of Marion and site of Indiana deceased have been granted to the undersigned by the Jerk of the i rotate of said county. All persons having aim Iii Rains said estate arc requested to Prepetit them properly prepared for settlement and those 10 the Sinne ave requested to make payme it Weihui delay. I lio estate supposed 10 Lif said Tat Mure will be Sohl at dec Samuel Plummer on Indian Creek in Ilie coun in iwo i bid on saturday the 7th Day of october Noat. A Cirii of Nunu Muntis will he Given on All sums Over three to flags the Sanie being Epi. 9t3p 4w Vivi. C. Plumm Kii adm. 1 Ilo Esmaie Sui ii Quot Quot Quot. Said state con Bislimi of one co a two Beds Ami bad Ltd Ltd a variety of household and Kurt in fur mature. Will be sold at Public outcry at the Resi he sul j the Benefit of dyspeptic a i have a doubt but that it Oulu to be known. 1 have spent with other doctors Mere than our Luu died dollars to no purpose yours it Pijie Cipully a surface. Clear Creek Warren co., o. Dec. 20, 1834. This to certify thai i have been relieved of my dyspeptic symptoms u hich have been severe and of Long standing by the use of . S. A. J.,,i 8 Balsam and tonic Iofi Xiuru. I live been under the care of several eminent Rev simians and tried Many of the popular medicines of the Day with but Hittle effect and Ani free to say that these medicines Are the beet that i Hove Ever used. Tilo. And ii son Cincinnati nov. 10, 1834. I his to certify shut my wife has i it Een relieved of the follow ing symptoms by be of . S. A. Latta a anti dyspeptic Ihil Sam and tonic mixture. For the last Jour ea3 it to has Laboured under dyspeptic sym ice. Sincli i3 pain in the breast and Side attended with a cough Ulm of pain soreness and swelling of the stomach Togo her Wilh the raising of the food after ii Iii headache Diz siness Ostive Nissi diary he of pulpit ii Tion of the heart great Flat Aticy with belching and cold feet. The Long continuance of those symptoms produced great debility. She followed the prescription a. Of several eminent physicians and used the Celt by Ted remedies svit Hout Relief. She a now almost entirely relieved by the use of one bottle of . Lettas Halsam and tonic mixture. In View of this i have Given the above certificate with a desire that it should be published for the Good of Thosa who May to of licked in the prime was. Lebanon o. Nov. 1834. Quot Hugh Johnson. I hereby a a Tiff that for the last two years i have been afflicted with the following symptoms to an alarming degree Viz. Dizine., and pain in the head j also ii he breast and Side slight cough sourness and a card Onice of the Secretary of the state september 6, 1837. Owing to the failure of some of the clerks to make the o returns of the votes Given for govenor and lieutenant govenor to this office i am not Able to communicate to you a True statement of the Rei ult if that election. The second Section of the 4lh article of the Constitution of Indiana requires the several clerks to Seal up and transmit to the sent of government Tho returns of such elections directed to the speaker of the House of representatives. These returns have generally come to hand but i live no authority Takki a of b amp a Lff i d Knapp in Franklin Tou ship Johnson % co univ in. One Liiv , Blaek mane and Taii Blaze in �.foreher.d.left bind foot White Lour bilk spot Abole the Hooi Sho Quot a before in arks Ofa , >8ed to be Louise of acid u halt in Ndu Ipoh seven x e old a prot died to ? Xiv hic doll Ais by a Rhomas ate Ander and t. In love acc a foie me Tho a a eth August 1037. T sept. 9, 1837. I up c Good Wim to. I a Tho members Oft he Congo cd Avion of Viiu Nacri in , Aro Here a v that an v i i be of to at tue u Dace of Hoid Ioir Public wry i. In ndi�i.quotl Quot it. Wadi Umphy to i it 2l infant at 4 Oeloel l. A i. B Riho election of live i rustics i t be Church pursue a 10 Ihu of he a Crof he general Asa Embly of Tho a Wulc. Dadej Indiano Pohs filth september 1837. claim a st Tho. Mcouat Kien to. M. Moore a pain Wilh soreness at the pit of the stomach swelling in the Stoma hand pain with wind after eating with frequent raising of food after each meal heart Burn and cold feel. With of Costiuc habit and at the time 1 commenced in Kirtz to a Balsam and tonic , i was so debilitate to to he unable to attend to any busines., even leave my House i have now used to bottle of the Balsam and one of the tonic mixture and am restored to the enjoyment of a comforts Hie state of health and have resin Ltd my Nucup Tiou in life. .10hn i Atton. Warren , o. Dec. 20, if 24. A Viii Quot heard of the a a be Cross of . Litta anti a y.=.� Alsam und Tou c ,o in relieving Dys peptic Pantie this my Iii Rosity bus led in to pay some no in ii a to the demand for the no Dicine. 1 live in part of the Houf in which said Medicine kept Lor a be and 1 am in the store and must a Knowles e that the for this Medicine far no expect Avion find lbs div inn. Appears to be inc reaping. And Ai far my knowledge be Nero Giitl resales have Bee the of the use c f this Medicine and i inv a no doubt but it Valcu Bauml to remove All Iho gym pious of lies pop main a Verv Bike of cases which have baffled the skill of Huu died and Ihu Strong probability 1� that if Dosu esties would follow the directions Nocom paving Macb bottle there Are very few of a a by a a would not be Bench Ute a. They Quot Quot to a non and perfect a Safe. . Borden. Sadder a Annas auit. 15,183t. A i

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