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Indianapolis Indiana State Guard (Newspaper) - December 1, 1860, Indianapolis, Indiana Home news. Serious last monday afternoon or. John Thl Hott Post master of this City went Hunting with his son North of this City. In crossing a Fence he put the muzzle of his gun through the Fence and after getting Over he attempted to pull it through when the Hammer Cau Glit on tie rail and it went off shooting lira in the left above the Elbow tearing away the Muscles and shattering the Bones badly. He was immediately brought Home in his buggy and medical Aid summoned. On tuesday it was announced that amputation must be performed and on tuesday afternoon drs. Athon Bobbs and Homburg took the off near the shoulder. It was feared by his physicians and a a thers that he would not survive the operation but at this time Friday morning he is doing As Well As could be expected with every Prospect of recovering. The report of the Accident produced quite a Shock in our City every one truly sympathizing with or. T. In his unfortunate Accident and none Mure sincerely than we do. Supreme court. The supreme court met for the november term at the supreme court room in the state House on monday last. Present Hon. James Hanna chief Justice Hon. Samuel e. Perkins Hon. Andrew Davison Hon. James l. Worden. The following decisions were recorded Max Groin i. Samuel Pratt Al Al Allen c. C. Affirmed 5 per cent. Charles h. Dickinson it Al is. James Turner it Al Warrick c. Affirmed 5 per cent. Daniel Clu Ster is. We Gibson it Al Grant c. Dismissed. Slate . Re. Biddinger is. Edward Mani Franklin c. Affirm Ned with costs. Noah Allison pres to Etc. Is. Aleck Hubbell Owen c. C. Reversed with costs. William c. Jones is. Daniel Hawkins Fayette c. Of firn a. Lewis my mister in. Indianapolis and Cincinnati Railroad company Decatur c. C. De. William Butler cd Al is. Walter Edgerton Wayne c. C. Affirmed 5 per cent. Henry Potter is. State Sullivan c. Reversed. Herman l. Searle is. Jeremiah Smith Randolph c. C. Affirmed 5 per cent., Nicholas Ellswo Lii is. William Webster Grant c. C. Reversed. Indiana Central Railroad is. J. H. Bradley it Al Marion c. C. Reversed. Indianapolis evening nov. 24, 1860. The old wife s kiss. Seventh annual meeting of the Indiana state teachers association to be held at the Capitol at Indianapolis december 26, 27 Atid 28, 1860. Order of exercises. Ii6lh, 2 o clock p. M.�?1. Preliminary business. 2. Report of members of committee on county associations institutes Etc. 3. Presentation of query is written v o clock p. by president e. Cole. Discussion of topics in said address and miscellaneous business. 27lh, 9 o clock a. exercises. 9 15. Paper on school directors their duty and efficiency a James g. May. Discussion of said paper. 10-16. Discussion of question a should the legislature at its present session Levy a two Mill tax for school a purposes 2 o clock p. on vocal music in schools by j. Mckee. Discussion of said paper. 3 o on school government by b. C. Hobbs. Discussion of said paper. Miscellaneous. 7 o by president Hall of a i Ami University o. Discussion of topics in said address. 28th, 9 o clock a. exercises. 9-15.�?paper on institutes by prof. G. Vav. Hoss. Discussion of said paper. 10-15.�?disciission of question a should the legislature at its present session inaugurate an amendment to the Constitution permitting local taxation for the support of schools 11 -15--miscellaneous. 2 o clock p. paper on school examiners their duties and Law providing for appointment of same by g. A. Irvine. Discussion of said paper. 3-15�?election of officers and associate editors report of treasurer. Miscellaneous. 7. Closing or business. 8. Re unit lots and responses. A Juu rement. will be made in proper time relative to boarding and Railroad fare. Papers throughout the state Are requested to cop or notice the above members also requested to apprise teachers who Are not members of the association. Per executive committee. A handsome new York journal of Commerce of the 22d inst., in speaking of the Steamer St. Louis leaving that City for Brazil the opening of a direct Trade with Brazil its importance to americans <fec., pays the following handsome compliment to Rev. J. , of this City Quot Brazil is no longer land whose existence we can doubt. She has wheeled into the rank of a first class Power on this continent and no american can say that he is ignorant of her. Taking up the october number of the London quarterly review we see in the article entitled the brazilian Empire that due credit is Givin to an american gentleman who has done More than any other in to make known the resources of Brazil the stability of her government and the Fine character of her Able emperor. We refer to or. Fletcher to whom brazilians ought also to be specially grateful for the impartial and glowing account that he has Given of the brazilian Empire. We know that his efforts have been pure and Philant ironic and we Hope that he May live to see the Day when in the language of a brazilian journal he May see the strongest country of the North and of the South bound by the most intimate lies of Commerce when that Day comes we shall not have to chronicle the departure of an american Steamer to the coast of Brazil As a matter of rare Council met in regular session. Present a the mayor clerk and All the members except or. , memorials or. Wallace to Boulder the Alley from Pennsylvania to Meridian Street Between Washington and Market streets. Laid on the or. Mcnabb from sundry citizens desiring the Council to allow Jacob s. Wood to sell fish on the Corner of Washington and Meridian streets. Laid on the or. Wallace a remonstrance against the petition presented by or. Mcnabb. Tabled. Reports. Or. Metzger presented an opinion of the City attorney that the provisions of the fish ordinance did not conflict with the Market ordinance. Or. Davis chief fire Engineer reported the appointment of the following persons As members of the steam fire engine located at Marion engine House Chas. Curtis Engineer James Stevens fireman Lafayette Doughty Driver a. Smocke Driver of Hose Carriage Charles Anderson James Buchanan Fred Lineback and w. Larkin horsemen. For no. 3 fire company Daniel Glazer Engineer George Kimble fireman Frank Ingersoll Ralph Hunter Casper fresher and Henry Buscher horsemen. All of whom were confirmed. Or. Wood civil Engineer presented his report on the improvements now in Progress which was approved. Ordinances. Or. Wallace s ordinance to Boulder the Alley running from Pennsylvania to Meridian Street Between Washington and marketsts., was called up and passed. Or. Mcnabb presented an ordinance conferring Power on the marshal to enforce the ordinances which was read three times and passed. This ordinance had Especial reference to parties who insist on having their hogs run at Large without rings in their noses us provided for by the City Law Many persons having resisted the marshal in arresting these porkers. Or. Wallace called up the ordinance granting Power to certain parties to build Street railroads and moved its reference to the committee on affirm streets and alleys. It was so referred. Or. Wallace called up the ordinance against fish stands on the streets. It was read for information of Council and on motion of or. Mcnabb the petitions for and against the ordinance were read. Or Mcnabb moved to Amend by limiting the penalties to the months of july August and september. Or. Seibert moved to Lay the amendment on the table which prevailed. Or. Colley moved its reference to a committee of three with instructions to report a new ordinance on the subject of Selling fish in the streets. Or. Wallace moved its reference to the committee on markets which prevailed. Or. Locke chairman of the committee on accounts presented an ordinance appropriating s754 15 to sundry claims against the City. Read three times and passed. Or. Vandegrift from the committee on Gas made a report stating that considerable complaint was made against the manner in which the lamps in the City were lighted and cleaned and enclosing a proposition from the Gas company to Light clean and repair the lamps. The proposition of the company is to Light and clean the lamps for 2 50 each per annul and for repairs to charge Only Cost for work and material. The report was received and the proposition Laid Over until the next meeting of Council. Or. Thompson introduced an ordinance for converting the Hospital building into a City workhouse for abandoned women. It was read twice and Laid Over. Or. Colley returned the ordinance in reference to runners at the Union depot and the memorial on the subject with a statement that the committee had failed to meet and he had no report to make. The ordinance was read a third time and after a Long debate on the merits of the old ordinance and also of the new one it was passed by a vote of seven to six. Resolutions motions 4c. By or. Wallace that the City clerk be authorized to raise s300 Cash on City orders to or. Lowe for a Hose Carriage. Passed. By or. Locke that an additional allowance be make to or. Callahan of �20. This was the person who was run Over by a Hose Carriage and who got an allowance before of $65. Tabled. By or. Vandegrift that the City treasurer be directed to collect the school fund tax in Cash. By or. Mcnabb that the City Engineer be directed to make a profile and estimate for making a sewer from the North Side of Washington Street to White River. Passed. By or. Wallace that Sampson Quot Barbee be re instated As special policeman. Passed. On motion adjourned. Ohice go fugitive slave Case. Chicago nov. 20. Nine of those engaged in the Rescue of the slave girl Eliza last week including the Justice who the warrant for tie arrest of the girl for breach of peace after she had been arrested by the u. S. Marshall and Deputy sheriff who served the warrant were yesterday indicted in the u. S. Court for violation of the fugitive slave jaw. Indiana state Banks. The auditor of state in his annual statement shows the condition of the circulation and securities of the free Banks of Indiana to be As follows we have in this state eighteen Independent Stock Banks of Issue in Active operation with a circulation of. §1,134,388 there Are four Stock Banks voluntarily retiring their circulation secur i de by stocks amounting to 26,463 j total circulation.�1,160,851 these issues Are secured by the following stocks deposited with the treasurer of state Missouri 6s.s 365,000 Tennessee 5s. 17,000 Louisiana 6s 162,500 North Carolina 6s 7,000 Georgia 7s 42,000 Virginia 6s 10,000 Kentucky 6s 14,500 California 7s 89,500 Michigan 6s. 3,000 Ohio 6s 6,000 Pennsylvania �5s. 1,000 Indiana 6s. 20,000 Indiana 5s 399,000indiana 2s. 361,681total 81,498,181 the school journal. We have received the Indiana school journal for november a periodical edited and published by o. Phelps esq., Indianapolis. It contains a Good Deal of matter interesting to teachers and friends of education generally. The school journal will commence its sixth volume in january next and will be to Sti scribers at the rate of one Dollar per annul. We wish it Success. Tie Only Way for a Rich my to be healthy is to practice exec Cise and abstinence to live As if he were poor. The coquetry of women is a crime Only in the eyes of other women because it hinders their own. Gleanings. Bustle is not Industry any More than impudence is courage. The funeral services were ended As tie voice of prayer ceased tears were hastily wiped off from wet Cheeks and Long drawn sighs relieved suppressed and choking sobs As the mourners prepared to take leave of the Corpse. It was an old Man that Lay there Robed for the grave. More than three score years had whitened those locks and furrowed that brow a a Quot a up Ere Othro and made those stiff limbs weary of life a journey i and All the More willing to lie Down and rest where weariness is no More suffered and infirmities Are no longer a Burden. The aged have but few to weep for them when they dial the most of those who would have mourned their loss have gone to the grave before j them harps that would have sighed sad Harmo-1 Nies Are shattered and gone and the few who "mo.,v remain Are looking Cradle Ward rather than i grave a Man is obliged to keep his word when nobody will take it Man is partly a creature and partly creator of circumstances. Ambition often plays the wrestler s trick of raising to be deprived of the person we love is Lia Pines in comparison of living with the one to hate. Bank no list. Quot Quot corrected at Prtrt Cheiu a Bank. Special notices. By authority. Cent discount. Gold and Exchange has become Tore abundant and can be bought at i to 2 por cent Premium. . Buying. New Prem. pret. Boston.1 prom. Biiltiinoro.3 Dia. . . Chicago.10 Dis. Selling. H Pruin. Preni. I pre in. I Prein. I a Ireni. A Preni. 2 Pren it. 0 pre The Money Market still remains so unsettled Liat it Tsala Inal any reliant de quotations. Holders of Uncur remit Money find much difficulty in Dispain of it it any reas _ Onalle rates. Our Bankers Fri buying Illinois Wisconsin and Ward to life s opening rather than towards its Iowa Money in Small Quail Ito Al from 10�20 per cent. Dis goal Are bound to and living in the generation a count and Interior Banks of Penn Luvania go at 10@5t per rising More than the generation departing. Youth and Beauty have Many admirers while living and have Many mourners when dying. A Many tearful eyes Bend Over their confined Clay i Many sad hearts follow in the funeral train. But age has few admirers and few mourners. I this was an old Man and the Circle of mourn j ers was Small. Two children who had them _ selves passed the Middle of life and who had i Gold Prem. Children of their own to care for and to be car-1 quoted for by them. Besides these and a few friends Quot Quot who had visited him while sick and possibly had funds. Known him a few years there were none others in Taxa a the following embraces the Indiana specie Obj to shed a tear except his old wife. And of this Small company the old wife seemed to be the Only heart Mourner. It is respectful for friends i to be sad for a few moments till the service is performed and the Hearse out of sight. It is proper for children who have outgrown the Fer vent affections of youth to shed tears when an i aged Parent says Quot Farewell Quot and lies Down to quiet slumbers. Some recollections of the past some transitory grief and the Pang is Over. Xot always so a. But often How Little True Genu Ine heart sorrow there is. The old wife arose with difficulty from her scat and went to the coffin to look her last look to i take her Farewell. Through the fast falling tears she gazed Long and fondly Down into that Pale unconscious face. What did she see there others saw nothing but the rigid features of the a dead she saw More. In every wrinkle of that brow she saw the history of years. From youth to manhood from manhood to old age in Joy and sorrow in sickness and health it was All there when those children who had now out grown the sympathies of childhood were infants. Par. Iii Banks to Linch Are received at Pur Bank of Leto slate of Indiana and branches. Bank of Elk Miarl kill part. Batik of Goshen Glt in Chii. Bank of Gosport. Gosport. Bank of it. Vernon my. Vernon. Bank of Paola Paia. Bank of Kock Vilic Wabash own. Bank of Aleni s Loni. Bank of Salem new lib nov. Bloomington Bank Loon Kington. Cambridge i ily Bank Caimbridge City excl Angh Bank Groe Ricaille. Indiana Hank. Madison. Indiana Farmers Bank Franklin. Kentucky Slock Bank l Oli Imbus. In Arrango Bank Lima. Park county Bank Koc Kvello. Prairie City Bank Terre haute. Soil ten Fri bunk of Indiana Terre haute. Salem Lank Roslien. Ohio Sale Bank. Free Banks. Exc edit Seneca county Sale. Canal Bank Cleveland. I Nion Bank City Bank Cincinnati Olio. Pennsylvania. 5 a Lis philae Iliia and Pitts Bergli Banks Rece ivol. Tie Interior Anks. 10 Dis. received Maryland Sale. Elt Ejot Ballini Giorc that is. 10 Dis. Louisiana solvent. Par. Missouri solvent. To Dis. Iowa solvent. 11 r.,1 a .1 Illinois specie paying. 10 Quot lying on her bosom and every year since then Wisconsin is okie paying. To Quot a there it was. To others those Dull mute no Sale. South Carolina Sale. Monitors were unintelligible to her they were Georgia Sale. The alphabet of the heart familiar As household words. And then the future Quot what will become of me ? what shall i do now Quot she did not say so she did not say anything but she Felt it. Matamu Sale. Now York new England new Jersey Anil Delaware in Good credit. Par. ii Arki to. Corric Eccl livery Friday by a. \vai.i.\cb, l Ojill Sulok myrrh at. The Prospect of the old wife is clouded. The Home Circle is broken up never to be re United the visions of the heart i Stone Are scattered forever. Up to that hour there was a Home torture sales of extra family at 81 7, 00 by which the heart always turned with fondness j heat is Uii at 7o�?. With few buyers. B. .1 a a j j �1,a of Vorst Point has been reached the belter grades of flour it the Mafric t e s sundered the Keystone of i. 7. R a d. ,. I will gradually recover and to look for a int h belter feeling that sacred Arch is fallen and now is nowhere this . A a Side o heaven. What shall the old wife do now ? j be Irma m 35 25�. M neti and �54 nov amp i 50 Gross. Go and live with her children be a pensioner j butter a wholesale. I Jim upon their kindness where she May be More of a cogs. Isdr Mioc a .1. 1. 1 .1 a 1 bk.\.�?uliiti. To Yoc a Burden than a blessings so at least she thinks 2.>a ii a or shall she gather up the scattered fragments of i the broken Arch make them her Temple and her Gok k meal Quot our flour and Grain Market continues Aboul the same with few sales at prices that will not justify the Millers to Inan Ulac tie Dray we think Iho shrine sit Down in her chill Solitude beside its exp Quot yarns. 12� 15c Oto Luis. 30�3acn�121c 9-10-ilc in it Loz Piring fires and die ? what shall she do now i Hatting 2i@i.3c they gently crowded her away from the dead i in to and the undertaker came Forward with the coffin j a Quot a. I 1 t a n a w j 1 . Ls�19c lid in Histand. It is All right and proper enough i Opai. Be inc and of course it Mustbe done but to the heart-1 pour exuma in ii Yevd Alioa Jiff ii iii fir Mourner it brings a kind of shudder a thrill of 1 flu it dried apples. 75@si 00 agony As when the headman comes Forward with j 350@3 r,5 his axe. The undertaker stood a moment with figgs. Quot tic decent propriety not wishing to Manifest a rude Pathh fsr in Vot be. Quot a. Quot voc haste but evidently As desirous of being As sex. Seditious As possible. Just then the old wife. Rye. . Mic turned Back and stooping Down imprinted one last Long kiss upon the cold lips of her dead Hus i coi is. . a he band then staggered to her seat buried her of cel in her hands and the closing coffin hid him from Golden syrup. 6o@tnc 1. 1 4 sugar House. her sight forever. . That kiss fond Token of affection and of Sor shoulders. A 11 t i hams canons eds. R2t@13c Row of memory and Farewell. I have seen Many is 00 kiss there dead Many such seals of love upon i , ,. 4 j 1 t 1 0�c3i2 25 Clay cold a Psi but never did 1 see one so purely Salt Kanawha 290 ibs. 1 65� 7.5 so simple heart touching and hopeless As that or if it had Hope it was that whish looks beyond coffins and Charnel houses and dark Damp Woluc tombs to the Joys of the Home above. You would kiss the cold Cheek of infancy. There is poetry there it is the blasted Rosebud or the pallid Cheek where Beauty blushed. There is Romance there for the faded Flower is still Beau la to. Quot s2 0 it coarse Alum Quot ground .muni.$1 .&Quot>0� 75 sack Salt p bag. 12il4c Tifful. In child Good the heart yields to the stroke but recoils again elastic with Faith buoyant with Hope. But Here was no Beauty no poetry no i Romance. The heart of the old wife was like the j teary swimmer whose strength has often raised him above the Stormy Waves but now exhausted sinks among the surges. Why should the old love the old or kiss the cold unloving lips ? crushed. Lu@.12c Pond Ltd red. Iu@l2ic co tree Sutra. 10i@10c plaster.83 50�-i 00 geme.nt�52 25@2 50 Lime por bushen20c rosl.n84 00<�.4 50 tallow. 8i�>c 5x� a a Iain a it a o Quot of Happy lot. And hallowed even As the Joy of anew is where the Golden Chain of godliness is entwined with tie roses of onthp21sl, by we. Sullivan j. P., or. Charles and miss Doha Bowmann. On last Willii cuday evening by Kev. Mcmilllin or. A. A Why should t they ? vines and mrs. An it a Mcdove elr., of ii Kannou. Does affection grow cold ? does the True heart j feel the infirmity of years does it grow Dull and cold when the Steps become unsteady and the hands hang Down ? who shall say that the heart of the old wife was not As Young and i warm As in those Early and brighter Days when i he wooed and won her ? the Temple of her earthly Hope had fallen and what was there left but for her to sit Down in despondency among its lonely ruins and weep and die ? or in the Spir on the 19lh of sore inner a son to John k. Elder. On the 26lh of november a daughter to win. O. Sherwood. Id j id a o Deanii what Art thou. Stars iii and solemn a chemist. Elaborating life s elixir from these Clayey at Zionsville liid., november 8lh, 18c0, of croup Duzan aged one it of a better Hope await the dawning of another Belle daughter of Wiiiiam n. And Ada a 1 1 re a 1 ii ii to Vear one month and Eigl Iteen Days. Day when a hand divine shall gather its scatter red dust and rebuild for immortality its broken Walls ? May the old wife s kiss that linked the living with the dead be the Token of a holier tie that shall bind their spirits in that better world where j tears Are wiped from All faces and the Days of their mourn Init Are ended. Cure Cou a cold in Hartnest influenza any Zirri Taxon or soreness of the Throat relieve the hacking cough to consumption Bronchi tit asthma and Catarrh. Clear and Gice strength to the voice of Vulic . Few Are aware of the Imp Orlando of checking a cough or Quot common cod Quot in its first stage that which in the beginning would yield to a mild remedy if neglected. Soon ii tacks the should any of our friends wish deeds i l Quot Quot a a i Roin a Bro Ca Ai Demulcent j ingredients allay pulmonary and bronchial . Leases affidavits fee., drawn or acknowledgements taken in any part of the City we remind them that Delzell amp Smith real estate agents attend to All of these things As or. Smith is a notary Public Brown s troches Brown ski a Garden is a Beautiful Book written by the Finger of god every Leaf is a letter. You troches have Only to learn them and he is a poor dunce that cannot if he will do that to learn them and join them and then go on Reading and Reading and you will find yourself carried away from the Earth to the skies by the Beautiful Story you Are going through. You do not know what Beautiful thoughts for they Are nothing Short grow out of the ground and seem to talk to a Man and then there Are some Flowers they always seem to be like our Dutiful children tend them Ever so Little and they come up and flourish and show As i May a their Bright and Happy faces to and women Are never More outwitted than when they Are trying to outwit is a matter of More importance that a Man should state True views than that he Haoold state views at what time of Day was Adam created ? a Little before Rve. Brown s Quot that trouble in no Throat for which the "7vceaj&Quot Are a specific having made Nie of troche so a Quot v. Illus Quot i recommend their use to Public Rev. E. H. Chapin. Quot have proved extremely Servi Cable for i hoarseness Rev. Henry Ward Beecher. instant Relief in Tho distressing labor of breathing Peculiar to Rev. A. C. Eggleston. Quot contain no opium or ii nothing or. A. A. Hayes chemist Boston. Quot a iii Pilc and pleasant fur Coulik or. G. F. Biglow Boston. Quot Benc facial in or. J. F. W. Lane Boston. Quot i have proved Vliem excellent for w hoop not Dor int it a ii o hey h a. Warren Boston. Una Kwit c Quot beneficial when compelled to speak suf juju win foring from coi, Rev. A. J. .anderso.n, St Louis. Quot Erik Tuti. In removing hoarseness and irritation of thu Throat so common with Spicak is and prof. Stacy Johnson. La Grange in. Teacher of music Southern female College. Brown s troches Brown s troches Brown s troches Brown s troches Brown s troches brow i s troches Dei l pm Quot great Benefit when taken before and after preaching As they prevent How re end is. Prom their past effect i think they will be of permanent not Anatase to . , . President of Athens Colleret Tenn. It sold by Alt Driggi eats at Twenty five a special notice Ujj sudden changes of our climate Are sources of Pelno Takt by Ochiai and asthmatic experience having proved that simple remedies often speedily and certainly when taken in the Early stages of Tho disease recourse should at once be had to Quot Braim a Brone Kial troches or lozenges let the cold cough or irritation of the Throat be Ever so Sli Glit. As by this precaution a More serious attack May be effectually warded off. spake is and Sinars will and them effectual for Clearing and strengthening the voice. See advertisement. <lecl-0m the Areat English remedy. Sik larks celebrated female pills. Prep Anufrom a prescription of sir j. Clarke a. A physician extraordinary to the Queen. This invaluable Medicine is unfailing in the cure of All those painful and dangerous diseases to we iii the female Constitution is subject. It moderates All excess and removes All obstructions and a speedy cure May be relied on. To Kiriaki ilk it is peculiarly suited. U will in a Short Lime bring on the monthly period with regularity. Each bottle Price one Dollar boars the government stamp of Groat Britain to prevent counterfeits. Capri Lon. These pills should not be taken by females during the first three the of pregnancy As they Are sure to bring on miscarriage but at any other time they Are Safe. In All cases of nervous an spinal affections pain in the Back and limbs Fali Guc on slight exertion. Palpitation of the heart hysterics and Whites these pills will effect a cure when All other Means have failed and although a powerful remedy do not contain Iron Calomel Antimony or any thing hurtful to the Constitution. Full directions in the Ihk around each package which should be carefully preserved. Sole agent for the United states and Canada. Job Moses. Late 1 c. Baldwin amp co., Roche sly a n. Y. N. B. 8100 and 6 postage Stamps enclosed to any author died agent will insure a bollle.containing.70 pills by return mail. Nov24-Ly sold by All druggists Ever where. R e l i e f in t e n m 1 n u Tes. My Iell Pulmonic wafers the original cd Cine established Quot in 1�-.17, d article of the kind Over Intro dui Erl under that Iiams of in this or any other countr it All other Pulmonic wafers Are counterfeit. The genuine can a a Tiow n by the name 15kyan being Tain Imd i each walk ii. Bryan s Pulmonic a ters relieve it it ii Hilt coms sore i Throat . Bryan s wafers relieve Arlhina. Bronchitis Difili cult . Brvan i Palm sir a Rirs relieve spilling of Bloomil i Ains in lilo Chest. Bryan s pm Leonii u frs relieve iii i ii edit diseases. Bryan s i Monk a jobs relieve i irritation of tie uvula Ami tonsils. Brvant Willrs relieve lilo above in ten . Bryan s wafers Are a Blessing list All Cla ses Ami Quot . Bryan s i u Aikus Are Ai Laptad Lor vocalist. And f Zulic Stie afters. Bry is s wafers Are in a sin file form Ami to lilo taste. Bryan s j wafer a not Only relieve but effect rapid and lasting Quot i res. Bryan s . W arks to Wardri Tinl to give Salish fiction to every one. No family should be without a Box of Hokyan s i l wafers in the Lions no traveler should be without a Supply of Bryan s Pri Grioni wafers ill his Ockel. No person will Ever to give for Bryan s i Waers Twenty five cents. Job . Sole proprietor. Rochester. N. Y. Nov i by sold by All druggists everywhere. Iowa Kansas Nebraska and Minnesota lands Haning go Oil judges and experienced surveyors now making selections from the la Nils situated in the richest portions of Iowa. Kaii Kusi. Cru Kua and Inin it being brought into Market by the United state 1 am prepared to Contrael Loli Cal any Nua tily of these lands with either Liand Yauu arts us Cash on Liberal terms and guarantee satisfaction. Persons holding land \v3rrants will do Well to embrace this Opportunity to have them safely and judiciously invested. The sales have commenced at the different land Ofle Ces in Ali above states and persons con Leini it Laling such investments should advise with Usai once in order Fiat their warrants or Money be in soon As possible. For further information inquire by person of letter of . V. , real estate agent Indianapolis ind. Or a land warrant bought and sold. Taxes Laid and titles examined in All the u Estern slates and Fiat cats procured for per on High Minig cer litigates of entry. Nov j2-lm Stutz of Indi Niin Iti Ariori count my it the Marian circuit court of Marion county in the state of Indiana special term .9. Dirico Emanuel wean is. Mary wound. Be or known. That on this 12ih Day of november in the Vear ii60,Tho above named Plain Itile by his attorneys filed in Quot the office of the clerk of Tho Marion circuit ctr this against said defendant in the above entitled cause together with an Ali Davit of a competent person Llinat said Ile Fem Lant is not a resident of the stale of Indiana. Said done Niland is her Fere hereby novae Dortho filing and Pendency of said complaint against ii Rand that unless she appear Ami answer or demur thereto at the calling of sail Rause on the second Day of the next term of said court to be begun and held at the Cou t House in the City of Indianapolis on the first monday in Jannary next said complaint and the matters and things therein contained and alleged will be heard and determined in her absence. Jno. C. New. Clerk. T. Amp L. , attorneys for puffs. Novl7-4w Votice of attack Ifill it. Attachment for before Irillia Sullivan a Jusic of the peace. Alfred h. Wilson As signee of Jacob Gibbons i. Isaiah pander. A Tottle is hereby Given that at the instance and upon the \ aft Davit of the plaintiff in order of attachment and summons Issue for Lieto Dunt on the 5lh Day of november Jago and made returnable on the into of november Itco before me Lii Eli writs Are returned Quot defendant not found Quot and that John Gresh has been summoned As Garnishee and made answer that he has moneys in his Haid it belonging to defendant. And 1 have fixed Tho kith Day of december 1560, at 2 o clock in the afternoon at my of face in the City of Indianapolis As the time and place of final hearing and adjudication in this behalf whereof the defendant and All persons in Terete Ltd will take notice and plead or judgment May be rendered herein adversely to their interest. my hand and Seal this into of november novl7-3w a we. Sullivan j. Skai. Winter cloaks at Cost n and after monday november 5. To will of our Large Stock of fall cloaks at Cost. A. B. Willard amp cow. Strayed from the subscriber on the 27th of october. In Indianapolis a dark red cow. 4 years old w Atli a White line Down the Back a Small head and Short thick neck Nice horns a was giving milk. I will a Liber in Reward for the return of the cow or Infozina Tiomi that will Lead to Lier recovery. Apply to me at the capital Mills on West Market Street. J. B a Arthur. November 17, 1860. Novl7-.wtr t. C. Collalto teacher of French and German language will give lessons to ladies or persons who desire at their Homes at such hours As May suit them and on terms More reasonable than has Ever before been offered. Also i teach drawing it my House no. 1c9, Del Ware Street every morning from 7 to 8 o clock. Angl8-6msheriff s . Try virtue of an executions to to directed from Tho j3 Lerk of Tho court of common pleas of Marion county 1 will expose at Public Sale to the highest bidder on monday the 10th Day of december a. D., 18c0,Between Ali hours of to o clock ., and 4 o clock p. M., of said Day at the door of the court House of Marion county the rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven years the following described real estate to wet lot number one in Sij Are number fifty Pight in t. R. Fletcher s sub division in the City of Indi Narolis and the South half of tie North East Quarter of Section eighteen township fourteen Range four Marion county Indiana and on failure to realize the full amount of judgment interest and costs 1 will at the same Tima and place expose at Public Sale the fee simple of said real . Taken As the properly of Herman Korl Peter at the suit of John a. Talbott it Al. Haid Suie will be Nia it be without any Relief whatever from valuation or appraisement Laws we. J. Wallace sheriff Marion co. November 12, a. 1>., Ignio. Novl7-3w h. K. Elliott Torney for poll Model Billls. The undersigned has established a feed store in connection with his Model Milt for the Sale of flour feed Corn eau. Corn meal Back wheat flour ac., at no. 34, West Washington Street next door to Brownings drug store and will deliver any of the above articles Tanj part of the City at the lowest prices. I will it always buy wheat Corn. Buckwheat Rye and Oats either at the Mill no West Washington Street or at Tho a Tore for which i will the highest Market Price. A pall at the Model feed store. Nl7-3w John . Lands in the late now Quot Tork Indian Reserve. Sysop nil of the prepaid Cut n or Clama in of Goty dated Ancusto 2t, lg�0. It orders Public Eales of the vacant tracts of Public lands in the late Reserve for the new York indians in tie territory of Kansas As fou own at the land office at fort Scott on the 3d Day of do Cetner next of the tracts or parcel of Public lands not covered by individual Indian locations in thirty six town slips and Quot parts of townships falling within the late Reserve above mentioned for new York indians and within the counties of Bourbon Allen and Woodson. At the land office at fort Scott on the 17th Dav of december next of the tracts or parcels of Public lands not covered by individual Indian locations in thirty six townships and parts of townships falling to within the Quot late Resene above mentioned for new York Indiana and Witlin the counties of Woodson Greenwood and Butler. The lands will be offered with the usual exceptions of school sections &c., amp a. The sales will be kept open until the lands Are All offered which is to be accomplished within two weeks and no Longcr and no private entry of any of the land will 1� admitted until after the expiration of the two weeks. Preemption claimants Are required to establish their claims to the satisfaction of the proper Register and receiver and make payment for the same on or before the Day appointed for the commencement of the Public sales Othen Vise their claims will be forfeited. Jos. S. Wilson commissioner of the general land office. General land office september 10,1860. Oct. 6�?9w a Sloms eds Sale. Re the undersigned Assignee of Henry s. Kellogg since de i cleaned will expose at Public auction on saturday the eth Day of december. 1860, at the f ourt House door. In Marion county All Tho interest which the said Kellogg assigned to to on the 9th Day of March 1858, for the Benefit of his cred Toas in and to Tho fid lowing real estate to wit commencing at a Point Twenty feet Earl of the North East Corner of Trio intersection of Tho alleys in Square fifty five hence East along the Alley running Oast and West Twenty feet thence North thirty two feet thence along the South line of Willow Paxton Slot Twenty feet thence South to the place of Cirin ninth. A Iso the following in said county beginning on the East Side of the Alley running South through Square Bufty love As sol out in the Ori Ginial plat of Tho town of Indianapolis at the distance of thirty two feet two and one half inches from the intersection of the Corner of the Alley in said Square. Their cd running soul ii to tie North East Corner of the intersection of said alleys thence Aast to went feel on the North Side of the Quot it Alley to a Point thence North to the South Lino of widow Paxton s lot their a Wes Wardly with the line of widow ton s lot to the place it it of begin iii. A a Tiso at the and ii lace lot number twelve and four feet Ott of the North a Ide of lot number eleven in Brown in Morrison s addition to the cil it of Indianapolis being a subdivision of on lot number , of Indianapolis All in the county of Marion an it a state of Indiana. Said Sale lol get Nia it be Between the hours of 10 o clock v. Anil 4 o clock p. A. Terms Cash in hand. Novl7-3 Isaac coffin Assignee. .11 x t r ii of a i. A a in it it d i k t a k e u 28 South Meridian St. Has Marshall s indestructible burial baskets. And has been appointed by the bar Ltd of county commas donors to furnish coffins for Tho poor. Oct6 3mnew goods we have just received per express our All St o c k Mantilla and cloaks the latest -vovcltie., of which Aro Tho Arab Quot and a. B. Willa Kilt St co., sop Tco no. 8 Kast Washington Street. Go is d a 111 c. O o a a Sci i oos 5 a Quot o ski. A s = b is Quot a a 2 Quot s t it it it a s m a o o in co h i. O h o m o o h s t a 0 a As a h a 0 0 a i p o h j 0 Vilt a it it it q ice it in o cult q �zz5 w q of h p o a Jen o h o Ltd Jolt a e a a % i = 5 s a 5 e e the a a a i t 1 a s i w a pm a fit e g i is i a a o h a n a Standard remedies of the present age have acquired their great Popup Naify Only through years of trial. Unbounded sat faction is rendered by them in All s German bitters Urilt Post rvs. A Ute a complaint. Dyspepsia jaundice. Ife Voua debility. Sisera is of the kidneys and All Ari sing from a disordered liver or weakness of the stomach and digestive organs 4si> will posit Volt pm tevet Velum fever ii Ioos fever arb fever arb abbe. See our almanac for proof. Price 75 cents per Buttle. Hoofland s Balsamic cordial will positive it curb coughs colds or hoarseness bronchitis info neb crop pneumonia consumption and has performed the most Asch Nishig cures Ever known of coxfir9ied Cocks Vaxtion. At a diarrhoea cordial it . Price 73 cents per b. It tie. Hoofland a German Pill being Well known throughout Kun a and America needs no commendation Here. They arc purely vegetables Are prepared with Groat exactness and Are in Gnu coated. No better cathartic Pill can to fund. Price 2o cts. Per Box. These medicines Are prepared by or. C. A Acsah t co Philadelphia pa., and St. Irmis mo., and Are sold let a dog gifts and dealers in medicines everywhere. The sic nature of 0. 51. Jackson will to on Tho outside of much bottle or Box. In our a Ettry body x almanac Quot published Senna by Yoa will find testimony and commend tory notice from a Powts of the country. Ibssa Naoi Are git a Way by a ii our Vacenta. Beware of . See tha Tyoa get Hoo lands German bitters prepared by or. C. Jackson philn., pa., and that his signature is on the wrapper of Kach bottle. C. E. Merrick advertising and commercial it. K. Browning agent for Indianapolis. May 12-1 Yik Otice. My wife Lii Abath a Unity having left my bed and Board on the 5th of this month this is to notify All whom it May concern that i will not to responsible for any debt or claim of her contracting. Pwi.4.s.4nt i it. Mundy. November 13, ip60. Novt.-3w

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