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Indianapolis Indiana State Journal (Newspaper) - April 2, 1845, Indianapolis, Indiana Foreign. Arrival of Steamer Cambria. One Moi it later front Europe. Jred Clion of the British Tariff Heb ale on the join Erica Tariff death of the Rev. A Sydney Smith Advance in Cotton Jaleel ing of parliament 6, c. A St. The Steamer Cambria arrived at Boston on tuesday morning March 17th, having bailed from Liverpool on the 5th inst. Malt inf the passage in less than 14 Days. The news is highly important. The proposed modifications of the British Tariff must have a very favourable effect on the foreign Trade of the u. States. No news of the missing packet ships. The Cotton Market in Liverpool is buoyant and every one prognosticate the happiest results from the abolition of the import duty on the raw material. The sales on saturday were 11,500 bags yesterday 12,060. And this Large demand has advanced the Price of some descriptions about an eighth but like improvement is no general. The remission Bathe duty will take place when the Bill passes. The american provision Market is Dull. The red in the Price of Irish pork has impeded the Sale of american. Of butter a from the United states there is none in the Market. Cheese is in steady demand and commands Lair prices. Nevertheless this Branch of Commerce is steadily on the increase and at no Distant Day will form an a important element in the exports Froais America. Rev. Sydney Smith died at his House in London on the, of february 22. The morning chronicle remarks upon the event that the country has lost one of its clearest and the wittiest of its writers and humanity has lost one of its most powerful and yet least pretending . The new York and Havre packet slip vill de lion was wrecked on the 2d feb. A smuggling vessel was seized in the Mersey loaded with tobacco and the pm a a needs of confiscation amounted to �7652 of which the informer received �2550 As his share while the actual Vahie of the vessel and cargo would Couie within �1000. The Lik Irolean time says that Quot few things have Given m Ore satisfaction in com Ine Ciai circles than the intelligence which came to hand by the last packet that the state of Pennsylvania has paid the interest of its debt for the current six months. It is devoutly Tobe wished for the credit of America in Europe that the payments for the time to come May be punctual. There is one regret to mar the satisfaction poof Sidney Smith is dead. Pity that he was not permitted to see the restoration of american credit and character which it is thought he was not a Little instrumental in bringing about the remittances dividends Lave already come to last advices by the Hibernia to the morning of the 4th ult. Announced the anticipated opening of the session of parliament in that Day and gave the substance of the Cuteen s speech which had been read at ministerial parties of members of the two houses on the preceding evening. The opening took place in the usual form and the speech As read by the Queen of course corresponded in substance with the statement already published. The customary addresses were moved seconded and debated in the two houses and both were agreed to without opposition. The debate embraced topics to which we shall allude at some future time. In the House of lords last night. Earl Clarenden put a question to the Earl of Aberdeen respecting the american Tariff which he said was not in accordance with existing treaties and operated very pre judicially to British interests China shawls and other goods being imported at a much lower rate than similar goods from Thitu country to which the Eart of Aberdeen replied that the subject had engaged the serious attention of her majesty s ministers and respecting which considerable correspondence had taken place Between the governments of the two countries but he was not prepared to say that our representations had been favourably received by the government of the u. States. Or. Roebuck in House of commons last night asked sir Robert Peel for full information regarding the Quot present state of negotiations with the United states government on the Oregon question justifying his question by tree recent proceed rings to the ame Rich a House of representatives. Sir Robert in reply refused to give the information required stating her majesty s ministers had. Not to Deal with the House of representatives in the matter. Another member stated that a work now published in Paris by m. De mop at was decidedly in favor of the British claims. Changes of the British Tariff. The most important intelligence from great Britain is the financial proposition of the prime minister submitted in the House of commons february 14, in which he recommends the entire repeal of some important duties on imports particularly on Cotton animal and vegetable oils Dye stuffs furniture Woods Staves and a list of 430 articles it is proposed also to abolish the auction duty altogether and All duties on exports. The reductions to be effected Are Quot sugar �1,300.000 Coal,.118,000 import duties on raw materials including Staves 320,000 Cotton Wool 680,000 auction duty 300,000 Glass. 640,000 total loss of the Revenue �3,358,000 a which will nearly absorb the estimated surplus of �3,409,000. Ireland. At the meeting of the repeal association on the 17th ult. The rent was announced to be �752, which included a handsome remittance from Washington and a still larger one from Baltimore. Or. John o Connell criticised sir Robert Peel s financial statement. He admitted that it would produce vast Benefit to the poorer classes in Ireland. France. A the position of the French ministry has not altered since our last. M. Guizot has made a trial of his strength by dismissing tyo employers of the government who voted with the opposition. The reported collision Between an English ship at Tahiti had been contradicted officially. China. Two revolutions Are announced one in the Punjab and the other at Nepaul. In the former the prime minister Heerah Singh and his councillor Jella pundit have both fallen and Singh the maternal Uncle of the maharajah has succeeded to the Post of the former. In the government of Nepaul and Rajah through the instrumentality of Maut Uhar Singh a very designing charac a has been forcibly deposed by hib lion son a youth of 15 years of age now declared Guddee. Portugal. accounts from Lisbon Tell us that 01� the 17th of february Queen Donna Maria had been confined and Given birth to another Princess. The ref Orin of the financial condition of Portugal continued to occupy the attention of the government and the legislature. episcopal . The conference whet yesterday inor immig March 19ih pursuant to . Bishop Waugh pie Sidt d. The in Finis lied business of the previous Day being the Rase of the Rev. Or. Hording was taken up and brought to a close. The conference decided by a Large vote in a fifteen in Ilie negative that he show old conic Siut suspended until he complied with the rules of the Church by Tanumi icing his . The conference then proceeded to the Ronsi Deramion of the affairs of Dickinson College which our readers will recollect is at Carlisle ph., and is under the control of this Large body of christians. The affairs of the Jolly a we Are pleased to learn Are in a i highly flourishing coi Uii lion. Previous to the adjournment the Rev. Or. Powell air enl of the i Iladel shia Sabbath association addressed them upon the importance of a More due Observance of the iinds Day. Al the . Sion of the address the in frence adjourned until this morning at 9 o coi k. There was a full attendance is it was expected that the great and All also Lii Nii question of division of the Cli urch Woi Ilii be brought Lefoie them. It is known to tie general Reader that Ai the last session of the general conference which met May 1814, the Case of Lii shop Andrew gave Rise to a protracted Ami exciting debate in which a portion of the Southern members took ground for a division of like Church and asked for a division of the Church i he general conference not having the Power to Atu Lior ize a division of the Church passed among others the following Resolution Tieso Lnch by the delegates of All the annual conferences in general conference assembled. That we recommend to All the annual conferences at their first approaching sessions to authorize a change of the sixth restrictive article so that tie clause shall read Ihus they shall not appropriate the produce of the look concern nor of the chartered fund of any other purpose other than the Benefit of the travelling supernumerary superannuated and worn out preachers their wives widows and children and to such other purposes As May be determined upon by the Voles of two thirds of the members of the general conference that whenever the anti Al conferences by a vote of three fourths of All their members voting for this Resolution shall have concurred in the recommendations to alter the sixth restrictive article the a gents at new Yolk and Cincinnati shall and they Are hereby authorized and directed to deliver Over to any authorized agent or appointee of the Church South should one be organized All notes and Book accounts the ministers Church members or citizens within its boundaries with authority to collect the same for the sole use of the Southern Church nil that said agents also convey to the aforesaid agent or appointee of the South All the real estate and assign to him All the property a a a luding presses Stock and All right and interest connected with the printing establishments at Charlestown Richmond and Nashville which now belong to the method list episcopal Church. The Resolution requires the Afler native vote of iwo thirds of the annual conferences to become a Law and Asiar As regards Tifis conference they decided yesterday by decisive vote of 40 yeas to 148 nays that the sixth restrictive Rule shall not be altered or in other words the Church shall not be divided. The debate upon the Resolution was of the most Able and eloquent character and was participated in by the Talent of the Rule or order allowing but 15 minutes to the speakers was on this occasion in consideration of. The importance of the subject reminded. Rev. Henry Slicer Rev. T. B. Sargent Rev. James Sewell and others were the principal advocates for the alteration of Thi Rifle. Those opposed to the alteration were the Rev. John a. Collins Rev Robert emmy and Rev. Norval Wilson the s if All the Genu Emen Are spoken of in the highest terms. Bait. Clipper. The comm tires of the Senate. One of the worst features connected with the new administration is the appointment of the standing committees of the Senate. The nomination of or. Allen of Ohio As i airman of the com Nitter of foreign relations ought to give of ence to every senator in Congress whether of the one party or the other. It was the very worst selection that could possibly live been made in All the Senate. Or. Allen has neither temper or intelligence to qualify him Tor the position. His whole Public life has been that of a brawling levelling Jacobin Polit Cicin. His Suie Mclies have Coni netted i Iii against every Tongue Kindred and people under the Sun whose opinions were not of the Ultra school of politics. Against England the government with whom we Are brought into closest Contact or. Allen is perfectly Rabid almost As much so As the member of Congress from Indiana or. Kennedy who came into Congress declaring that inherited an unconquerable prejudice against England. This is the sort of statesmanship that hereafter is to preside Over the committee of foreign affairs in the Senate of the United states. I Ewis Cass is to he summoned to the committee Roo i by William Allen and or. Huger of s. C. We suppose amp to be a sort of under Secretary to the senator from Ohio. Or. Archer is retained upon the committee. Or. Woodbury passes naturally to the head of the committee of finance the Post thai properly belongs to him. Or. Ashley of Arkansas is placed at the head o the judiciary committee and Daniel Webster and i in. Berrien at very near the Tail Hay Wood of n. C. Is chairman of the committee on Commerce to Lead off Huntington i in Johnson of md., and Sevier this is any thing but complimentary to messes. Dix and Sevier either of whom have double the Cape pity and experience of the foppish and flippant Servator from North Carolina. Fairfield of Maine too is at the head of the naval committee Vav Atli such men and John m. Clayton at its Tail. Niles too is at the head of the committee on Post offices and Post loads and is physically and intellectually unfitted for the place. Upon the whole it seems to us that the vice president in the selection of his Cabinet has placed the weakest men of the majority in the most important positions. We know that the Senate is so constituted As to make it difficult to select the Ablest men of the body to preside Over committees. The minority have no claims to the first places but in this fact we find All the More reason for taking the Ablest men of the majority for tie most important posts. It is bad enough that such men As Webster Evans Huntington Phelps Simmons Dayton the Clayton Pearce Johnson of md., Archer Mansura Crittenden and Morehead Covvin Barrow. Greene Jarnagin Johnson of lia., and other Able men should be thrown into the Back ground but quite too bad that the Ablest men of the dominant party should also fall with them. The vice president we know had it a Small material to work upon when Buchanan and Walker were withdrawn for the Cabinet but Small As it was he could have done better than he has done. The selections made however will have one Good effect and that is to show the country the grand aggregate of Talent upon the whig Side of the Senate chamber contrasted with the intellectual inferiority upon ther other Side. The whigs Are to be out voted by the Loco focus but the Triumph of mind will be with those who Are great in every thirer but numbers. Or. Dalias in the Choice of his committee has shown himself entirely unfitted for the place he dec pie Sas the presiding officer of the body. He Ether has no Wisdom to fill Hia place properly or is disposed to show himself Quot the master spirit of the Radical de in Cracy of the . F. Express. National Why should we tremble with forebodings of evil to our of loved country when we possess the infallible Means of rendering her Prosperity durable As the luminaries of ii Eaven and abundant As the Ivazes of the sea and Why should our time be spent and our time be spent and oar efforts comparatively wasted in a partial and i atop App ucal on of these Means instead of an immediate and Universal Effort ? the Bible and the sacred Sabbath in every family of the land would be the Salt of the nation and the Light of the world. The Experiment is eminently practicable and the result is certain. And Why should the work of self preserving. Mercy linger Why should not the whole nation awake to its real danger and make full proof of the Power of the gospel to save not by govern mental aids but by the voluntary efforts of philosophers and statesmen and patriots and christians Why trim the poisonous Upas when the axe May be Laid at its Root and its circumference of desolation be filled with Trees of Why tamper a Rith disease of which so Many nations have died when tiie mercy of heaven has provided one tree whose leaves Are for the Healing of the nations a or. By Echt. Steam Power superseded. A scientific correspondent of a late London paper gives the following hint at a new discovery which if it be proved will certainly rank As the cheapest invention of this wonder working age and of the result of which it May be hoped we shall hear by the next Steamer. For centuries and centres upon centuries till within our own Days water As the origin of motive Power has had the Supre Macy Over steam. For the last 40 or 50 years steam has been making rapid strides Tov cards Tjie Complete subjugation of water but like All unnatural or forced operations its Victory appears near its end and the Power of water once More assumes its wonted superiority and eclipses once More and forever the Power of steam. No one can be surprised at this who reflects that while the Power or Laws of matter Are innate or inherent the Power of steam is Only acquired and May be said to be artificial or unnatural being forced by the ingenuity of Man into that state upon which its Power entirely depends. We have been led into these remarks by the circumstance of having been favored with the inspection fan invention for which a Patent has lately been taken out and if we May be permitted to judge of it from the opinions of some of our leading scientific men who have investigated it and who declare that Quot they cannot however astounding its effects see any error or fallacy in it or any reason Why it should not answer we must look upon its Success As certain. But what inspires us with even More Confidence is that while the Structure of the new invention is so extremely simple that a child May comprehend it it docs not violate any one Law in natural philosophy. Moreover the inventor a professional gentleman is a Man of scientific acquirement will acquainted with nature s Laws and perfectly aware of the various inventions and Theca ses of their failure which have of late years been devised for the purpose of superseding steam whether by condensed air water Power mechanical contrivances electricity amp a. He does not he says pretend to have created Power this he properly. Observes is impossible but has merely availed himself of those Laws or properties with which the creator has endowed matter and by a combination of the same to make them subservient to the use of Man. The fundamental principle on which the new engine is founded is precisely similar to that of the Hydraulic press the Power of which every one knows can Only be limited by the strength of the materials of which it is made. But what has hitherto rendered the Power of the Hydraulic press inapplicable to the production of motive Power is that just in proportion As the Power is gained Speed is lost and vice versa. In the present in vent Ion however unlimited Power is gained without the loss of Speed the Piston of the Large Cylinder travelling at each stroke with the Power gained just the same distance As the Piston of the lesser Cylinder. This Power and this Speed which Are in inverse ratio of each other appear by this most important invention however paradoxical Actu Alejj combined. We Are not at Liberty to give the Public More particular account of the nature of the invention than in the words of the title the Patent Viz Quot the Hydro Mechanic apparatus which by a combination of Hydra and mechanical properties on Well known scientific principles is intended to supersede the use of fire and steam in working and propelling All kinds of machinery and engines Quot a thus effecting an enormous Savin and avoiding the imminent danger arising from the explosive nature of steam. It May Well be asked where will human ingenuity end a it inn kit Edl Gay an a Sci it it Tiant. We copy the following from the new Orleans Bee of the 10th inst we learn by a gentleman who came passenger last evening on the Steamer Princess from Baton Rouge that the Large male elephant of messes. Hopkins amp co s menagerie on saturday morning killed the person who had been Abr some length of time employed to take charge of it. It appears that the two elephants and a Camel had been sent in Advance of the other animals in route fur Clinton the female elephant and the Camel chained together. When about four Iles from Baton Rouge the male elephant refused to Cross a Small Bridge the keeper to was on foot procured a horse one which the elephant was not accustomed to for the purpose of driving it Over and in attempting to mount the horse shed and threw the Man in the Road. The elephant immedi Allely rushed upon him caught him upon his tusks and threw him forty or fifty feet lathe air which was repeated a great number ofttimes the tusks frequently passing through his body. It then carried the body from the Road towards the Woods tossing it in the air at intervals until it fell two fallen Trees which saved it from further violence. The infuriated animal then returned to the Road where the female elephant and Zaiwel had been chained to a tree by another keeper and rushed upon them his Tusk amp passing through the Camel knocking Down the female and breaking the Chain in two. The enraged animal then made off toward the Woods carrying the Camel by its trunk and throwing it at intervals in the air with its tusks. The other portion of the caravan now coming to the Bridge the elephant returned and made demonstrations of an attack Vipon it when the fire arms were brought into requisition. A number of shots were of Trad upon it but without any effect. Word was then sent to the United states Garrison and some thirty or Birty of the soldiers were sent to despatch it with their muskets. The neighbors also turned out with their rifles and shot guns and some fifty or sixty shots were fired into or rather Pon him for the balls were frequently flattened up upon striking and fell to the ground. At length it was determined upon to Send for a Field piece to despatch him when one of the keepers procuring a Spear mounted a horse and succeeded in wounding th3 elephant until he caused it to bar eau with pain and finally to yield to subjection when it was driven off with the balance of the animals. This is the same animal which killed one of its keepers some two or three years ago at Algiers opposite this City and was Only stayed from further mischief after fourteen shots had been fired into it. The Loco focus of new York City have nominated we. F. Han Meyer As their candidate for mayor. By a late arrival from the Quot celestial Empire Quot a letter was received by Rev or. Edwards Secretary of the american and foreign Sabbath Union from a gentleman of distinction in Hong Kong Sta Ting among other encouraging indications in favor of christianity that a governor had ordered ail labor on the Public work to be suspended on the Sabbath. Sci 3isalom. The following eloquent description of a first View of the holy City and the feeling it excited is extracted from the Crescent and the Cross Quot a recent publication written by e. Warburton it was indeed Jern Salenik and had the holy City risen before is in its Palmesi Layo of magnificence and glory it could not have created deeper emotion or been gazed at More earnestly and with Intel eur interest. The whole cavalcade paused simultaneously when Jerus Olein App Earcil in View the greater number fell in on their Knees and Laid their foreheads in the Duit whilst profound silence More impressive than the loudest acclamation prevailed Over All. Ven the moslem guides and servants folding their arms on their bosoms gazed reverently on what was to them also a holy City and recalled to my mind the pathetic Appeal of their breather Esau Quot Hast thou not a Blessing Iier me also my father Quot apart from All associations the first View of Jerusalem is a striking one. A Brilliant and a chequered Sunshine has something Mournful in it when All that it shines upon is desolate and drear. Not a tree or a Green spot is visible no sign of life Breaks the solemn silence no smile of nature s gladness Ever varies the Stern scenery around. The darning Montous Sunshine above and the Pale distorted Rocky wastes beneath Realise but too faithfully the prophetic pictures Quot thy sky shall be brass and thy land shall be to the right and left As far As the Eye can reach vague undulations of colourless rocks extend to the horizon. A broken and desolate Plain in front is bounded by a Wavy battlement de Wall Over which towers frown and minarets peer and mosque Domo swell intermingled with Cli Ucli Turret and an indistinguishable mass of terraced High Over the City to the left rises the a mount of olives and the Distant Hills of moan almost mingling with the sky afford a background to the striking pict inc. There was something startlingly new and strange in that wild shadowless Laju escape the Clear outlines of the Hills and the City Walls so colourless yet so Well defined against the naked sky gave to the whole a most unreal appearance it resembled rather an immense engraving than any thing which nature and nature s complexion had to do with. I am not sure that this Stern scenery did not present the Only appearance would not have disappointed expectation. It was unlike any thing else on Earth a so Blank to the Eye yet so full of meaning to the heart every Mountain round is familiar to the memory even Yon blasted Fig tree has its voice and the desolation that surrounds us bears its testimony to its fearful experiences. The Plain upon which we stand looks like the Arena of mighty struggles in times gone by struggles in which All the mighty nations of the Earth took part and in which nature herself seems to have shared. Each of our party had waited for the other to Finis i his devotions and seemed to respect each Pilgrim s feelings with a Christian Courtesy perhaps inspired by the spot. At length All had Arisen from their Genus lesions and prostrations and we moved slowly Forward Over the rugged yet Slippery path which human feet had worn in the solid Rock. Countless had been the makers of that path Jeb Sites hebrews Jha Deans assyrians egyptians romans Saracens Ous aders amp pilgrims from every country under heaven. Frolic Witla a Slark. Thirlow Weed in one of his late letters from Santa Cruz gives the subjoined account Ofa rencontre with that dangerous fish the powerful shark the marauding dreaded shark always Rife in tropical climates is so Chimon Here As to deprive us of the luxury of open sea bathing. The negro Cone Drivers disregard these monsters and some of the planters Bathe after sending a negro further out into the sea As Sentinel. We had a rare frolic with a shark a few Days since. I Spanish Schooner can get in Here with cattle. The cattle had been several Days upon Short allowance of water and in swimming Hern ashore in their weakened condition two of them died. One of the carcases was taken by the negroes and anchored half a mile from the Shore to bait Sharks with. The rascals soon made Mieir appearance. The Harpoon was Cut with sure aim at. With such Force As to break the line. But three of the school soon returned one of which was struck with better Fortune. This one after powerful but unavailing struggles to escape Rose to the surface of the water and then the negroes got a Quot round hitch Quot upon his Tail when they pulled for the Shore. The word was passed through the streets that a shark was coming in. This Drew a Large concourse of White Quot ringed speckled and Gray Quot spirits to the Becali. When the boat approached the Shore a negro landed with the line to which the shark was fast and which was seized by men women and boys who with infinite glee Drew the common enemy struggling and floundering with blood streaming from his Side and nostrils High and dry upon land. This Slark was eight feet longhand thou Gli the Harpoon had gone deep into his vitals displayed an activity and strength which admonished us to keep at a respectful distance. Its skin is smooth at a sleek like that of a Seal or porpoise and but for its enormous Mouth you would suppose it quite As harmless. After forcing its Mouth open with a Handspike and thrusting a Large Stone into his maw it was Cut open for its liver which yielded seven Gallons of lamp Oil. But the shark had within him the evidence of having feasted Bounty filly upon a roasted beef before the Harpoon did its office not less than thirty pounds of raw beef drop from his Gasket. Among other delicate bits was a sirloin weighing twelve or fifteen pounds with two entire and still unbroken ribs. During this process the shark floundered with prodigious strength and even Atter its vitals were All taken out the body retained a Sii Smodic action and finally when the negroes roiled the trunk Back into the sea its native element seemed to impart a sort of life for the contortions continued until it sunk out of my ally. The citrate and the singing boy. The Union of Dauxerre contains the following anecdote the curate of a one morning took a boy of twelve years As an assistant at the mass who was both intelligent and witty. Instead of silently awaiting the arrival of the curate the rogue began to play Ball in the Sacristy. At this astonishing incident the mice overwhelmed with horror hid themselves away in the Bottom of their dressing rooms. The curate arrived and scandalized As he justly should have been by the irreverent conduct of his Aid de Camp he picked up the Ball and put it in his pocket. This act was considered by the owner As an abuse of authority the reprisal was prompt and horrible every Sacristan can with fear and trembling perceive Why. When the curate held out the chalice to his servant for the purpose Ofha Vinit filled the cup bearer stood immovable and would not turn his Flagon in the slightest degree. Quot pour out Quot said the priest. Quot give me my Ball Quot answered the boy. Quot pour out i command Quot give me my Quot you Are a Quot give me my the dialogue began to grow monotonous and compromised the Sacerdotal dignity. The curate yielding to the inevitable necessity put we hand in his pocket As if he had a dreadful cold in his head and handed the rebel his Ball the cause of this Ever memorable reprisal. The curate of a is a Man of parts and laughed while he told this Story we laughed while transcribing it and our subscribers will laugh perhaps when they read it. As for the owner of the Ball he did not laugh at the decisive moment and if Ever this Young Frenchman becomes a Deputy or municipal counsellor it is altogether probable that he will be a stubborn adversary of every abuse of Power. Diacou Hubbard. A Drunken Man called Tom Brown had rambled into a Temperance meeting one evening and several times interrupted the speaker by his foolish speeches. He was told to keep quiet but to no effect and at last the speaker said Quot i believe you Are the greatest drunkard in i he Man replied. Quot no i aint where s Deacon Hubbard Quot the next morning the Deacon appeared in the streets going about his usual business when a Friend As he passed him raid Quot where s Deacon Llu Bardi Quot surprised at this he was wondering what could be meant by the expression when he was roused by some one repeating the same words. He looked up and again the same cry was repeated in the treble of a boy at some distance. Staggered at such a succession of wonders he stepped into a tavern As was his wont to get his morning bitters when Quot where s Deacon Hubbard Quot was the first salutation that he met with. He urged for an explanation of the words that were brought As a common War cry against him that morning but it was refused and he was told to go Down to the Post office and he would hear All about it. He did so but had no sooner got within sight and hearing of those waiting the assortment of the mail than he was assailed with a chorus of Quot where s Deacon Hubbard Quot after a great Deal of persuasion he was told that Tom Brown had said the evening before that he was the greatest drunkard in town. Struck with wonder that any one should Call Suomi a moderate Drinker As him a drunkard he hurried Home to his wife and said Quot my dear Tom Brown says i am the greatest drunk Ard in Quot Well Quot site replied Quot so you Are and i would have told you so Long ago if it had not have been for your passionate this carried conviction to his mind and he determined to cast off the imputation and immediately signed the pledge. The Cincinnati a bar gave a dinner to judge Este on the 13th, on the occasion of his retiring from the Superior court. Julge Mclean was present. When Ludge Esie came to the bar in Cincinnati it numbered Only Twenty it now exceeds two Hundred. Iii Story of c Oporta a. A of Kikuji association exi.= in Basle. Switzerland As Early As 1521 a d Dpi Binge records the Progress of he Ionn As bring Imi Macly comic cd with the employment of these distributing agents among the pea Sanli \ and states that the arrival of die doctor of with Chi Berg s writ Uius every where ironed the Fusi Page in the history of the about 200 Are now Iii played in France bibles tracts and other religious works. And in tins the inc Riccio tract society a Viii about 100 intelligent Jol Porteaus now in ill the Field prosecuting the work Vigour Otisie in our Lesi Iuie settlements and among Cerman French and Swiss Ini Iii Grants a Hooks and tracts having been prepared in the Dif Crent languages. I Cirard Haxter of whose Quot Call Quot and Quot saints rest Quot Many millions of copies have been circulated in Europe and America was accost Mcd to Sny 10 years ago. That he would much Raiher write books to be Distri boned by Colpo Itears among the Maui Tudic and read Hyl Iem in Iii 11 stand for ornament in in Quot Gill libraries of the Rich. Of his Quot saints Resi Quot Ilie american i act society have i published 92,000 copies of his Quot Call Quot to the Uii converted Quot 182,n00, and of Many other to Umes and tracts equal or greater Luis hers making in All upwards of fill can Hundred millions of pages. The two Angels of . Chandler in his recent lesson a to the vote of thanks of the common Jou tical of Boston of which he is the presiding officer cites the following parable told by a turkish Servise to a traveller. It is even More Beautiful than Sterne s celebrated Yure of the accusing sprit and the recording Angel. Quot every Man Quot sail he Quot has two Angels one upon Iii right shoulder and one upon his Leli. When he does any thing Good the Angel on his right shoulder writes it Down and seals it because what is once Well done is done forever. W Hen he does evil the Nigel upon his left shoulder writes it Down but does not Seal it. He Waits till mini Trot. If before that time the Man bows Down his head and exclaims Gra Ziozis Utah i have sinned\�?forg�7 e the Angel rubs it out bul if not at Midnight he seals it and the Angel upon the right shoulder x. Y. Leg Dalure on the the report just received of the committee on memorials praying that the locks on the canals nil the closed on sunday a after full discussion of the subject says Quot in conclusion the committee would express a firm conviction the to it does not become an enlightened people t it retain upon their statute books Laws in direct conflict Wilh the of the authorities therefore solved if the Senate concur that the canal commissioners be instructed uni to require the Public officers along the canal to preform official duties on sunday while the Laws forbidding Servile labor on that Day remain on our a splendid ship of fourteen hunched tons measurement owned by messes. Grinnel Minturn amp co. Of new York and Inlet did for their Liverpool line of packets is nearly completed. She has been named after he nov Clay a a at her Bow is a full length figure of the distinguished statesman ill pure Wiite with his cloak hanging loosely upon his shoulders. Iron Steamboat a Hunter a an Iron Steamboat called the Quot Hunter Quot built on Lieut. Hunter s plan of submerged propellers was launched Al Pittsburg on monday Lite i5lh nit. She is 130 inns Burthen be i f is to Lieut. My Laughlin of the a s. Navy and is intended for commercial uses. It is said Ihal her first trip will be to Russia my How like i emperor is Cholas a so Feliman of american skill. Iron steam is now on the stocks at Pittsburg says the no Lismore american an Iron forty four gun steam Frig die of about 1100 tons to be ship rigged and propelled on lieu. Hunter s plan. This will be the largest Iron vessel Ever Bush in the United slates. Sue will not be launched until next season. Memos Pharic u. S. Senate has passed a Bill authorizing the South Carolina Railroad company to import free of duty the pipes and machinery necessary for the erection of about a mile s length of the atmospheric Tail Way which has been invented in England. English is Esi imaged by one of the Engliski it piers that out of the numerous railway Bills to come before parliament this season forty five will be carried. I hese enterprises will comprise a bout 1800 Miles of railway. The qua Iii to of Iron which will be required for their construction will be 1.260,000 ions being about the whole make of Iron in Gikai Britain for one yeat. Sagacity of a dog a an intoxicated Man walking near the Worcester . Railroad fell across the track and there Lay. He was accompanied by a diet a which after looking at the representation a of fallen humanity immediately Betook itself to a tenement in the Vicinity and by Barking and scratching induced an individual to open the door and follow it till he came to the place where tie dog s master Lay Wilh his head across the track. The Intorica Leil Man was rescued from his perilous situation and in a few minutes the Railroad cars passed the place great land . J. Black As the attorney of the state of Indiana advertises for Sale three thousand acres of land in Georgia which formerly belonged to the Georgia lumber company and were by it conveyed to the state of Indiana. The lands Are located in the counties of Telfair Montgomery Laurens Pulaski Wilkinson and Tatnall and some of Rhein much improved a bait. Clipper. Power of eloquence of the celebrated Whitfield it is said was Al limes irresistible. The accomplished septic Chesterfield was present when this popular preacher presented the votary of sin under the sign e of a Blind beggar led by a Little dog. The dog had broken his string. The Blind cripple with his Staft Between both hands grouped his Way unconscious to the Side of a precipice. As he Felt along with his Shaft it dropped Down testimonial to Henry cd a a the whig ladies of Tennessee Are preparing to preparing to present a magnificent Silver vase to or. Clay. Steamboat appears by a report recently made by the committee on naval affairs to the Honse of representatives that from the year 1830 to 1840, 80 vessels were lost by explosions of steam boilers and that 780 persons were killed and 296 wounded by these disasters. During the same period of time ten years 25 were destroyed by fire and 255 lives lost. The . There is no office liar or than that of a teacher of youth for there is nothing on Earth so precious us the mind soul and character of the child. No Oitice should be regarded with greater respect. The first minds in the Community should be to assume it. Parents should do All but impoverish themselves to induce such to to come the guardians and guides of Timeir . To this Good All their show and luxury should a sacrificed. Here they should be lavish whilst they Straiten themselves in everything else. They should Wear the cheapest clothes live on the plainest food if they can in no other Way secure to their families the bist Insi auction. They should have no anxiety to ii cumulate property for their children provided they can place Thern under which will awaken their faculties inspire them Wilh pure and High principles and it them to Bear a Manly useful and honorable part in the world. Iso language can exp Jross the cruelty or Folly of that Economy which to leave a Fortune to a child starves his intellect and impoverishing his . The Liritis British Navy according to the Register embraces 490 mounted War vessels besides 202 steamships. These carry 16.84g guns to say nothing of muskets sabres Cuirasses &c., and this number May be ii definitely increased according to exigencies. I i Royal Servici has 186 admirals ii ear admirals and vice admirals 718 captains 1.6 j1 Lien tenants and 30,000 sailors i he Marine corps Niin Ibers 40,000. Junti Julling ill the South or. Chinn has Given notice in the i Iii Siana convention that he will offer a clause to be inserted in the new Constitution by which All sending or accepting a Challenge to fight a Dud and their seconds shall be rendered incapable a of homing any office of Honor or Rofini in the state. We like to see this Effort to put Down the last relic of Barbatis in that disgraces our country. Our March no. Of the Quot Horae missionary Quot gives statistical calculations showing that in five years our great Western Valley will contain 12,000,-000 souls and have a majority of about a million and half Over the Atlantic in View of this fact the editor suggests Quot How immeasurably important is the present hour in forming the character of those who Are to be the masters of this great Republic Quot the great Mammoth steamship great Britain is supplied with life boats constructed on a new principle anal capable of carrying four Hundred persons. Ireland. A the English journals state that Bible readers and in Ioe missionaries Are Labouring with animating Success in Ireland. The Bullion in the Bank of England now reaches the extraordinary amount of �15,-453,303, or More than $70,000,000. 13&Quot no Tarpe for Reader there is cause Lor , unit there is also pro find for be Wise then in time Anil it ise tic Only which will certainly mid a Pec Dily cure a Culian s Balsam of Quot i Ife. From Charles r. Firtch. Claim not Al. The hungarian Tinl Sani . Beyond All Donit Itic most Pertell Al to civic for Ever invented t general Aye it for this Medicine in Hampshire and Vermont Liere i have sold Large quantities of it and daily hear reports of its Success of the most astonishing cilia Ratchf. Chalks r. A Favvell. Pamp tiles respecting this great English remedy a be Lead Gratis of d. Craighead Only agent in Indianapolis. Jyl j Indig Selion and Billious affection cured. Pino sino january 14,1843. Dear sir a this will certify thai i have used your Vecei Ihle Universal pills for indians Tiomi and Tullious complaint which bad almost proved fatal to Nie. I let and Imen under what was supposed stood medical treatment. A a a guv Eiiseo re Iii line it it nut wet lion any gig of Cli Quot Erl. 1 then made trial of your Cele raied pills which gave me immediate Relief and soon affected a cure have since used them in my family Wilh the Host enact. They Aie the Best a my easiest purgative we Ever us ii. I am re = up Quot if it lev Nurs. Nicholas Fowler. A. B. By Andretti. Sri Iii Hill. Sine for Sale by c. B. Davis Indianapolis. Notsie is hereby Given to nil whom it May in Ricer Atid per licit Lurty to the five directors of the Madison and in. Diana Polis Tail Road company from the county of Marion that an Effort will to made at the next annual exec icon of directors to Chance the location of the depot which they have in do in direct oppo.= to the sex wishes of whose interests they were delegated til represent to some Point in to e town of Indian to the trading and trave i a Community april 23 w. A stockholder. "l.4mp.? to 1�zukn Horn s pit put Glass to Untsain lamps to Quot it or or of have Ite Coine Mil cel Dnaiel Airt sought tif tar null a most perfect a lamps Quot Ever invent Perl. Tupy meet Ibe App Niia. Tion and Praise of All who use Terni. Try Alt others but Dot i not Fhy i to try the Best the cheapest and above All to e Lam-ps\.\\\. Will give inc orca test Lilit with tic least re pens. They Are the most simple and to Ai d i rim. Cannot Torode or becom i heated while . Easily cd aned a ind out and not alter fid by a draft or current of air. Less Titan half a cent Ler hour will give you a splendid in Lih a try one Boie ale and or Tisil 1 y j. O. Fay of. 136 Ful Toji Strep. Pun building Quot new York Viz. Stand lamps for Parlours Wiki or without Lustre suspending imia for stores Ili it ios and a lurches Clond pliers Side branches is a. &c., in any style de sited or Naile to o ller. B a ladies if you wish to preserve your by plight to a Good old i a. Or want a Strong a id Beautiful Light to Sewor read by do not Lall to procure one of lumps. One in the contre of a Large parlor will Ena Hie you to r and the finest print in the most Romot Corner. New vomit april 2 1mshle of forfeited school . In Loone county Indiana. Novicio is hereby Given Mal on the 7lh Day of Juna , Ai the hour of k o clock a �?�m., at like court in the town of , boo ii Niue ii Slite of Indiana the lol Towin desc tied tracts if land will b sold to the i i ghost bidder there having Een a ii lure to Lay the interest due on the residue of be in rate Money. Terms one fourth of the Pur i Money Lufusi be paid in hand and Legal inter for clip i Simlue for one year in Advance together Wilh to e i Iii Resi in arrear Penally and Cost and the residue ill live it ears from such Sale Wilh like in Erest Annii Nelv in Advance i Pink percent a Quot. 31. I he ii e iqra of the n e or. See 17, t 19 a r 1 w,c,.nit, .10 acres. Purchased by , Harris i l., 12ib , debit Cost damages and Coal 17 07 menu Amo Iii to tie paid in hand is 74 Dois 72 . No. 32 the n w or a of i a a car pc 16. I 19 a r 1 w. Contini Init .41 acro Tiv Tosi. Harria and co. V 12 he 36 Deu. Interest damages and coat. 21 6 dots 27 cents Amoun to e paid in hand u 89 Dola -isie.ns. No 3.�z the s w or of the n e or ser 1g,119 a r 1 it a. 40 by Rose. Harris amp a nov 12tb, 183fi, debt interest Damakos and Cost 206 Dois 29 Anion in to be paid in Liand is 89dois 46tnis. No 34 the s e or of the n e or acc 16, t 19 a r 1 a contain Iii Quot 40 acres purchased by Rose Harris and coi of i2lh, 1836, debt. Interest damages and Cost 3-14 dots m cents Nino unt to be paid in baud is 149 renin. No 35. The n e or of tie a e or. Sec 16, 119 a r 1 w. Contain in 40acres purchased by Eik Anali Van look Ivov 12th 1 a 56, debt interest. Damages and Cost 288 doll 22 rents amount to be be paid in Iii id is 124 Dois 77 Ren s. No 3fi. The n w or of tie s e or Sec 16, t 19 a r 1 a 40 acres purchased in Eikanah Vanhook nov 12i it 183i�o, debt interest Dali Iagas and Cost 209 dots 99 cents amount to be paid in hand is 91 Dola 07 Cenis. No 41. The n e or of the g w or Sec 16, i 19 a r 1 a Coli Lalii nor 40 acres by w. C. Anderson nov 12ih, 1836, debt interest damages and Cost 89 Dola �8 rems i Mannl to be paid in band i j41 Dois 72 cent. No 46. The s e or of the s w or Sec 16, t 19 a r i w. Containing 40 Arres by Depew. Patler Soj k co., novel apr 14th, 1336, debt interest damages and Cost 5 3 Dois 91 cents amount to be paid in hand �8 30 dots 47 cents. No 53. The s w or of tic n e or Sec 16, t 19 a r 1 a 40 acres purchased by James Curry june 17ih 1837, debt interest and Cost 182 Dola 19 cents amount to be paid in hand is 79 dots 08 Conia no 54. The s p or of the n e or Sec 16, a 19 a r 1 a Coniti Inicis 40 Arica purchased by jams Curry june 17ih 1837, debt Imprest Dainas fes and Cost 121 do a 80 cents lobe paid in hand Issod ils 05 Conla. No 55. The n w or of tie n e 16, t 19 a r i e. Containing 40 acres purchased by James Curry june 17th li37, , Imprest damages and Cost 182 Dola 19 Ren s Ainoi Iii to be paid in hand is 79 Dois 08 cents. No 57. The n e prof the near Sec 16, t 19 a r 1 a 40 acres purchased by John Jolly june 17lh 1837, lit. Interest damages and Cost 21 8 Dois 03 cent Afiouni to be paid in hand is 80 dots 55 cents. No. 58. The n w or of the s p or Quot Sec 16. T 19 n. R 1 a contain iii40 acres purchased by James Curry Jiing 17th 1837, debt Quot interest damages and Cost .59 Dola 46 Cunis amount to he paid in band is 26 Dois 18 cent. No 59 the n e or of the s e or Sec 16, t 19 a r 1 a containing 40 acres purchased by James Curry june 17ih 1837, debt a merest a image and Cost 48 Dois 47 cents amount to be paid in hand is 21 dots 45 Conla. No 92 s w or of the n w or. Sec 16, t 20 a r 1 a contain Mig 40 acres purchased by King. Oct. 22iid 1839, Debi interest damages and Cost 124 dots 48 cents amount to be paid in hand is 50 dots 45 cents. Marcia 20, 1845 s. A. Gilmore auditor april 2 9w Boone county. Buil Hai to scheme. Re Quot total amount of prizes .$1,1 79,178 consisting of i trip following grand capitals of ,$60,000 830,li00 j14. 8, two prizes of $1 1.001 two of $8,000, &.c., with $50,out divided into prizes of $1,000 each. lottery by Auto Jority of Congress approved by Ilie Pepsi Zient of Llie United slates. Cla.-3 14 for 1845�?to be drawn Ai Alexandria d. A on saturday april 5, 1845, under the superintendence of Public , appointed for that purpose. J. G. Gregory amp co., . 78 nos.�?13 drawn Grai s it so Liettie. Grand prize of 60,000 dollars of 30,000 Dollar or of 14,0g8 Dollari of 10,000 dollars of 8,000 Liolla St prizes of of of of of of of of of 5.000 dollars 4,000 dollars 8,000 dollars 2, 0 1,500 dollars 1 .200 dollars 1,000 our dollars -400 Dollar amp a. A to. Amp a. 10 20 50 50 133 tickets ,f20. Shares in proportion. Orders for tickets in the above or in any Virginia. Maryland and Kentucky state lotteries win be duly attended to by Addessio a. B Thompson Soili Side 3rdbeiweeu main and a Lizul Sta. ,.aiuil 2 s . By virtue of a Vendri Iowa exit Onas to me directed i Wil of Ter for Sale Al the court Bouse door in Martinsville Morgan. Co. I i Duna Bel up ii the hours of 10 and 4 o clock outre third Day of May 1845, the following Leal estate to wit. The West half North West Quarter Section one township eleven North Range one cast 75 66-100, cast half North East Quarter Section two Torii slip eleven Norilia Range one East Eig tily acres profit Ray of a Lockwell and West half South West Quarter a action one township eleven Range one East and North East Quarter South cast Quarter Section two township eleven North Mcgeone East. To Iken a the property of Benjamin Huffman and Michael Stock Well at Ilio suit of Kemp and Daniel Bickey. The rents and profits will first tie offered and on failure to realize a Sui Licten sum j will die ii the fee simple. Ito but Uanna marshal april 2 a a u. S. Dis. Of Indiana. Notice is hereby Given to All whom it May concern Ilia i have taken out letters of Iii ministration on the estate of Thomas Smith deceased. All Pei Soos having claims against the estate of the said deceased Are re. Quested to present them for Seli Lement and those indebted to make immediate payment. April2 3wpd William Smith. Adm r. New Spring and summer . A Opp ii Vav kidu a Quot a i Holmer House. Have jut re Evirt a splendid a Assort men of new and seasonable dry goods inflected this Market which they will Ottar Al the lowest prices. Black Blue inv. Creen Brown and mixed cloths Bik. Blue mix d and fancy Casimere Black. Satin and Macau Illus Veitii Iii Cassie Pitts and Jenna All qualities very Boap summer stuffs a great variety 400 pipers Calico evry Ali Tyr new swing patterns and Beautiful French lawns mourning Laws and Ging trains 5 4 Black Lare veils Black and color de Alpar in finry Lisp kid and gum elastic gloves and Mills Firin and trimmings of every description Bonnet and Cap ribbons Plain Jacons. Cambric d and mull Florence braid bonnets Brown and Muslin ticking drills checks crash and of it Rufic goods fall , new Orr aids in a prize and loaf sugars Rio Coffee Linnra Al and voting to a Pepper ski cps indico dip stuits enc Alt hardware Deens. War i ones and shoes to Iiah Onwu also a Large Slock of Juniata Iron of every size warranted of a he or it May be returned and the Money re find a. In Short a general Assor Lornt of goods Adap trl to City and country Trade. We Resper fully so. Licit an a a a Imi nation of our g Hun. Feeling confident that every Arviele ran be Otofred to the sat Stai lion of Pur. Cha cars. kinds of country produce at the Market Price. April 2 it is intimated that or. Dixon a resident of Taunton Massachusetts some six years ago is the real inventor of what is called a Astatic printing. A correspondent of the Liston courier says that this gentleman in the year 1839, in the presence of the Hon. Edward Everett and others in a few minutes took copies of Page 524 of Schaef s syriac lexicon As perfect and Beautiful As the original. He asks whether it is or. Dixon s discovery which is now exciting so much attention in England or whether another person has really discovered the same . Gaz. Spot in the d irk spot ten thousand Miles in diameter its area greater than that of the i Pacific Ocean has been discovered in Boston about the Centre of the san. It be seen with difficulty by the naked Eye through coloured Glass but is shown distinctly with a eight or ten inches in length. Astronomers say spots of this sort Are portions of the opaque mass of the Sun seen through openings in the Luminous atmosphere or Hosp florescent Clouds with which that body is surrounded. Buli gave his Farewell concert in new Orleans at the French theatre on the 14th. His Success in new Orleans is stated to have been Lees Brilliant than in the North. Sheriff s see. By virtue of a Vendi Lioni Iii is. To my directed from the clerk s office of the Marion circuit court. I will expose to Puli in Sale on the 2ijtli Day of april at the court Bouse door in Indianapolis within lbs hours prescribed by Law the Ren s and profits for seven years of the following real estate to wit the part of t e North half of tic North East it Pinr tar of see lion thirty four township fifteen Range to tire containing sixty acres also the South cast Quarter of thirty four towns Iii fifteen Range three containing one to Hundred Ard sixty acres More or piss Iii rated in . On county and on failure to the full amount of judging edit interest and cokt.-&. I will at the same Lime and place expose the fees male of real estate. Taken a it the property of Charles neighbors at lies i of n. Noble Assignee of r. I. John. Aprii23w 1 g2 a. W. Bussell a. M. C a Meir Iff s . By Virtu of decree directed the clerk s of fice of hip Marion comi 1 will expose to Public Sale on the Twenty six Day of april Al a court House door in . Indiana within the hours prescribed by Law the revils and Tiro fits for seven years of Ilie follow Iii Reni pain i to vivit lot Nii brr leu Ami the West Bull of lot in Iii or eleven in Square Nii Niber Severi rive in the town of indianapoli.--, Wii i Ali the build per thereon and on Faili ire to Reid lip the full Anio unt of in Frest and posts i will of the Faine Lime and place expose the fee simple of said real estate. J ii Rii he the property of George w. Stipp Al the suit of a. Larrison and others. April 2 3�v ill 37 a. W. Russell p. M. C. A so infiltrator s notice. Ski tors of having been granted to the unders pied by the clerk of the probate Quot court of Marion comity on to lib estate of Ellsha h. Bil by late of said coot in dece nerf notice he retry Gir ii to All persons in Lested to said Ematz to make i nine. Diate Skillet Dent and to All having claims against the same to present Itie duly Auto Icelic amp red for . The Staic is solvent and will be settled according . March 19 3w d. V. Culley Audi of Indiana Boone comity. Probate court May term. 1845, a James Kic Licy executor of we. Riccy dec easel. Is f Andrew w. Etc lies v Illian h. Riliey Thomas p. Ridley James pot hand a petition for Bis Wile Jih Iipp Delzelle and Nancy Jane the Sale of Delzelle heirs of Thomas j real estate. Cd and Mary his wife Henry my Juicy i and Eliza his wife John c. Ricjie7.and Robert m. Lichey. It being made to, by the affidavit of a disinterested , filed in the clerk s of ii e of the Boone probate court on March Lois 184.s. That William 11. Richey Thomas p. Riliey James Poltz and Jane wife James ii Lzelle and Nixcy Jane minor heirs of Thomas Delzelle. Deceased and Mary his wife Henry Mcauley and Eliza his wife John c. Richey and Robert m. Richey the defendant in tie petition of said James Richey executor also filed n said clerk s office on said Date Are Noi residents of the state of Indiana tii Refore the a Aid via. Al. Richey Phonia p. Richey junes pot Saad Jane his wife Jos. L e Zel a and Nancy Jane a Czebe heirs of Thomas Del Zelle Dei eased and Mary his wife., Henry and 1 is wife John a a. Richey and Robert a i. Richey Are hereby notified of the filing of , and that the pending Iii said Yourl and that unless they apis ear ind. Plead answer or Iten Mno Inid petition on or tie Tore the calling of the cause at the next ens term of said Cost a the said pc will be taken As confessed Ai d True against them. Attest John i irishman clerk. J. Anol for Petitioner. March li�3vir �1state of Indiana Boone county. Probate court May term 184-5. Isaac Roli Inton adm r of Isaac Waddle. Deceased. Is Quot on petition George e White Mary Waddle widow for convey of Isaac Waddle deceased Malha Ann Ance of real Waddle Siimes w. Waddle Monter Vitte Waddle and May j. Waddle heirs of said Isaal Waddle deceased. T being made a to appear ii the As Davit of a disinter rested person filed in the desk s of lick of the Boone probate court on March loth >84.5, that Marv a addle widow of Waddle deceased mar. Tha Ann James w. Mute Orville and Mary j. Waddle heirs of said Isaac Defesi davits in tue petition of said Isaac Robinsin adm r. Also tiled Iii said clerk s office on said Date Are not residents of 6be state of Indiana but res file in Kentucky Thero fare the Saie defendants Mary Waddle widow Marla Ann James. W. Monterville and Mary j. Are he Rel y notified of the filing of and that the same is pending in said Coati Agidius Scheni and that unless they appear and answer to Mai , on or before tiie calling of the cause Al the next Lei in of said court the same will be taken As confessed and True against them. Attest John Chrisman clerk. J. Anile attorney for Petitioner March 19 3w a extensive of tabs Mur Gafred to the school fund in the county of Boona Indiana. Notice is hereby Given that on monday Hie 28ih Day of april nest at the hour of 10 o clock a. M. At the court House in the town of Lebanon in Boone county. Slate of Indiana the following tracts of land and town lots mortgaged to the congressional town ship funds or so much of the same As will satisfy the sums due of them respectively will be sold to the highest insider there Aving been a failure to pay the interest a thereon according to terms of said mortgages Jarryl St less Quot v to Quot Quot air of the s e or. Sec 30, t 20 a r 2 a Stevenson sept cents. A a Quot Quot go costs 225 Dois 88 no. 53. The s e or of the s w rec 2-1. T 20 a r 1 e. Quot a Hobert menu a Quot a costs 91 doll 72 no. 54. The s e or of uie s e or Sec 24. T 20 a r 1 a containing 40 acres mortgaged by Rohm s. Campbell oct 27th 183a debt interest damages and costs 53 Dole 1 cents. No. 55. The n e or of the s eur Sec 25,120 a r 1 a containing 40 acres mortgaged i y Jouit wills june 1st 1839 debt interest damages and costs 37 Dois 54 cents. No. 56. The 3 w or of the s w or. Sec 30, t 20 a r 2 a containing 40 acres Inorg need by William Stephen son nov 12th 1839 debt interest damages and costs 107 Dois 73 cab. A no. 57. The w of. Of the 8 w or Sec 28, t 20 a r 2 c containing 80 arts mortgaged by John Baird August �9th 1840 debt interest damages and costs 171 Dola "0 cents. No. 58. The w of of the s e or Sec 31, t 20 a r 2 a containing 80 acres mortgaged by George w. Renol August 17th 1841 debt interest damages and costs 61 dots 90 cts. No. 61. The 8 w or of the n w or Sec 23, 119 a r 1 a containing 40 acres mortgaged Liy Nathan Mccoy Sapt 3d 1841 debt interest damages and costs 37 Dois 54 cts. No. 64. The n w or of the s w or Sec 30, t 20 a r 2 a containing 40 acres mortgaged by William Stephen a son sept 17th 1838 debt interest damages and Oostra 114 Dois 40 cts. No. 71. The 8 w prof the s w or of Sec 29, and the n Seq Rothes e or Sec 30,120 a r 1 e. Containing so acres mortgaged by Elijah j. Riley oci2l8t 1839 debt inter est damages and costs 114 Dois 40 cts. No. 72. The s e or of the s w or and the s w or of the a e or Sec t 20 a r 1 a containing 80 acres mortgaged by Andrew Mcl Tirc ocl23d 1839 debt interest damages and costs 69 dots 04 cts. No. 73 the n w or of the n w or and the n e or of the n w or Sec 29,119 n. R 1 a containing 80 acres mortgaged by Henry w. Mcauly oct 30th 1839 debt interest damages and coals 39 Dois 02 cts. No. 76. The n e or of the s w or Sec 2, t 19 or 1 a containing 40 acres mortgaged by Daniel Herren nor 2nd 1839 debt interest damages and costs 86 Dois 05 cents. No 77. The n of of the s w or Pec 12,118 a r 1 c. Containing 80 acres mortgaged by William Ketring Kec 2nd 1839, debt interest damages and costs 93 Dola 41 cents. No. 78, the s e or of the h e or and the n e or of tha n e or Sec 5, t 19 a r 1 a containing 80 acres Mort a. Ged by James Adams oct 5th 1841, debt interest Dani. A a Ages and costs 114 Dois 40 cts. No 80. The e of of the s e or a pc 26, and the n w or of the n w or Sec 36, t 19 a r 1 a containing 120 acres mortgaged by a Lander b. Clark oct 6th 1841, debt interest damages and costs v22 Dois 40 cts. No. 82. The w of of the n w or 19 a r 2 a containing 80 acres mortgaged by Archibald Downey nov i7th i84i, debt interest damages and costs 131 Dois 32 cts. No. 84. The s w or of the r e or Sec 24, t 20 n. R 1 a contain Iii 40 acres mortgaged by Robert b. Campbell May it a �838, debt interest damages nne a costs lamp dots 91 Cis. No. 86. To lot no. 3 in Block no. 12 his the town of Lebanon mortgaged by John Busby self 20th 1838 debt interest damages and costs 43 Dois 11 cts no. 8a. The s e or of the s e or Sec 21 t 19"n, r 2 a containing 40 acres mortgaged by Amos Cowen dec 14th 1839 debt interest Dmn Ages and costs 69 Dula 04 cts. No 89. The s w or of thes w or Sec 6, t 18 a r 1 a containing 40 acres mortgaged by Cornelius v. Brit Tow no eur i 14th 1840 debt inter est damages and it Cost if 24 dots 92 ots. No 92. The n of of the n w or see 35, to a r 2 a containing 80 acres mortgaged by Moses Kali nov Irith 1841, debt interest damages a Nde Oste 57 Dola 50 . No. 99. The w of of the n w or Sec 25. T 19 a r 1 a containing to acres mortgaged by Zachariah Pau. Ley sept 15th 1838 debt interest damages and costs 36 Dois 93 cts. No. 103. The s e or of the s e or Sec 35, 119 a r 1 a containing 40 acres mortgaged by Joseph Laclare. July 27th 1839 debt interest damages and costs 37 Dois 54 cts. It no. 106. Lota no. 3 and 4 in by oct no. 3 in Engle Village mortgaged by Thomas p. Miller March 14,1843, debt interest damages and costs 104 Dois 26 cts. No. 110. The w of of the n w 12, 118 a r 1 a containing to acres mortgaged by Samual Burk it ept 8th 1843, debt internet damages and costs 35 Dola 02 cts. No 112. The e of of the s e or. Sec 17, 119 a r 1 a containing 80 acres mortgaged by John Strahan february 26th 1839 debt interest damages and costs 130 Dois 40 cts. No. 113. The n of of the w of of the n w or dec 9, t 18 Irie containing 40 acres mortgaged by Harvey. Swindler dec is 1838 debt interest Dai Nages Ait costs 32 Dois 94 cts. No. 114. The n w or of the s e be an the n e or of the n w or see 1, 119 n. R 1 a containing 80 Acrea it Smorga ged by David Evans. July 17th 1�40 debt interest damages and costs. 171 Dois 10 Eta. No. 117 the w of of the n w Tir Seo 10, t 1941, r 1 a containing to acres mortgaged by a mes Campber Quot july 28th 1840 debt interest damages Aud costed 131 Dois 31 cts. No. 120. The s of of the s e or Sec Lov t 19 n. Re. Containing 80 aerie mortgaged by Andrew Soung april 10th 1841 a debt interest damages and Coats,.g8,y. Dois 44 cts. No. 123 lots no. 3, 7 and 8 in Block Noj 10, and lots 2, 5. And 8 in Block no. 1 in that a town of Lebanon Limo rigged by John Stephenson jr., May Luh 1839, debt interest damages and Coats 61 Dois 75 cts. No. 127. The e of of the n w or Sec 21,t \8 or. E. Containing 80 acres mortgaged by Fielden w. In we. Nov 7ih 1839, debt interest damages and costs 66 doll 77 cts. A no. 128. These prof the n w or Sec 21, t 19n, r 1 a containing 40 acres mortgaged Liy David Bra dab a. Nov 26th 1839 debt interest damages and Cost 135 Dois 07 cts. No. 129. The w of of the a w or Sec 34. 118 a r2 a containing 80 acres mortgaged by Thomas Blake april 2l8t 1840 debt interest damages and costs,69 Dola 04 cts. No. 131. The e of of lot no. 7. In by oct no. 12 in the town of Lebanon mortgaged by William Staton sept Lluhi 1840 debt interest damages and costs 55 Dois 49 cents. No. 132. The w of of the s w or Sec 2, t 19 a r 1 c. Containing 80 acres mortgaged by Benjamin mull Kin july 20ih 1840 debt interest damages a Nde Oste 57 Dois. 70 cts. No. 136. The Quot s e or of the n e or Sec 34. 118 p. R 2 a containing 40 acres mortgaged by Williana a Drouhard june 5th, 1841, interest damages and costs 86 Dois u5 Cis. No. 138. The w of of the n War sec22.118 a r2 a containing 80 acres mortgaged by Isaac Lane december 1 Ith 1841 debt interest damages and Cost 6a Dois 04 cts. No 139 the n e prof the 8-w or and Hie n w v of thes e or Sec 21,118 a r2e, containing 80 acres., mortgaged by times Cragin dec nth 1841 ,.intere�, damages and Cost. 80 Dois 56 cents. No. 144. The s f of tic s w or. Sec 11,118 a r 1 e. Containing 80 acres Mort Ppd by Sabinal Kenser july 281 b 1840 debt interest damages and Cost 123 dots 29 cts. No. 146. The w of of the and the be prof the n w or Sec 14, t 18 a r 1 a a Cox Naining 120 acres mortgaged by Adam Ketring j�n.4�� 1�41 debt inter est damages and Cost 188 Dois 3d cts. No. 148. Thes e or of the s , Sec 6, t 18 a r 1 a containing 40 acres mortgaged by Cornelius v. Bris Low August 14th 1839 debt interest damages and Cost 23 Dois 55 cts. No. 149. Thes War of the n e or Sec 10, t 19 1 a containing 40 acres mortgaged by w Imam Mcnuity june 24th 1039, debt interest damages and Cost 31 Dola 56 cts. No. 155. The n to or of the n w or. Sec 34, t 19 a Rie containing 40 acres mortgaged by Nancy Baty april 30ih 1840 debt interest damages and Cost 71 Dois 64 cts. No 158. The s of of the n w or Sec 5.t 18 a r a a a containing 80 acres mortgaged by Alexander Jota son july 2nd 1838 debt interest damages and Cost 51 Dois 86 cts. No. 159 in lot no. 2, 3 and 4, in Block no. 3 in the town of Lebanon mortgaged by Morris Littlejohn dec 7th 1839 debt interest damages and costs 141 Dois 56 cts. No. 162. The s w or of the n w or Sec 2�.t 19 a r 1 a conjoining 40 acres mortgaged by Davidi Shaw aug ust 8ih 1840 debt i pts Resi ,8 costs 99 dots 04 no. 171. The n w or Sec 19.119 a r 1 a containing 160 acres mortgaged by Joseph e. Hocker ,v.i6tli 1843 debt interest damages and costs 163 Dols fio cts. No. 69. The n of of to e n w or Sec 1, and the n of of the e of of the Frac or Sec 2, t 18 a r contain ing 120 acres mortgaged by Daniel of vyers october 2l8t 1839 debt interest damages , 33s Dola 05 cts. No. 14. Also part of theser of eur secs and part of Sec 2. T 18 a r 2 e. Mortgaged to the surplus Revenue fund by Jonathan u. Eos april 14,1840 debt interest damages and cd Sis 574 doll 93 cts. S. , auditor. Lebanon feb 129w Boone of inf Lidiia Morgan county. Probate court feb. Term a. D. 1845. S.\1d court declared the estate of admin n. Gray deceased to be prot ably insolvent Are therefore required to file their claims against the estate for allow Aiice ill said court within ten months from the Dale Hereof or they will Noi be entitled payment. Barclay Burrows March 26 4w pm adm r of a. N. Gray. Ssi Skiff s s.4t.e. By virtue of an execution to me Dir. Tied from the clerk s office of the Marion circuit court i will sex. Pose to Public Sale on the Twenty six i Day of apr Kat the court door in Indianapolis within the hours prescribed by Law the rents and profits for seven years of the fid Laiwing real to wit Zimmt icing t t the North West Corner of out Block 142, on the donation lands adjoining the town of Indianapolis thence Wilh Street. 36 feet Clience South 196 feet theirn h Esi 36 feet thence Nonh 196 feet to the place of begin nine on which there is a Frame stable and on failure to realize the full Aino int of Jill gent interest and costs 1 will at the same time and place expose the fee simple of said real estate. Taken As the property of Gotlieb Beck Benjamin Pottage. Apili23wl56 a. W. Russell s. M. O Chi Titi . 4i\f\ i is. Gum shellac�?1 Carboy aquaforlis�?1 do 4uii Iii Riavic acid�?3 carboys Oil vitriol just received by a . Pub wines and ical. Purposes Viz port wine. Madeira wine Muscat wine and Filli French Brandy for Saleby i Iii 1. Casu paid for Kap s. Of it in us of rags wanted for which 1 Ovid a Viva Viii pm by highest Price in Cash or sex Ubangi books and paper. La dec 25 c. B. Davis. Notice. The find resigned. Wishing to sell his tavern Furni. Ture now in the Washington Hall will give a Good bargain to any person Ivhon May be desirous to Purd Iose. Lie wants a portion of the Money in hand him to a j a few hopi Post debts. On the balance he is willing to Civ a Liberal credit with Good Security. �?zn29 k. Browning. J. J. Owsley. Cavendish tobacco and Small twist Jum received and for Saleby j j 0w8lev. A. P. If of Jet �ent1st, than Fitl for the very Liberal patronage extended to him for the last four years in this place Skea pleasure in announcing to his friends and the Publ a generally that he is prepared to perform All necessary operations for the a Reser ration of tie. No Tirral Teeth and Gums and to Tunsen artificial Teeth on Pivot or plate with or with Oil artificial Gums and whole or h if Seta by suction or Atmos there pressure. He would Ray to Coli pc try dentists thai the win nil any order for Gold plate spiral Springs at a reasonable rate. A office on minor Street. First door North of was log ton West Side. Dec 4i architect and big ill. Rohn elder offers his Sei vices to tur fishing designs specifications. And estimates for Pulu he or private rid times. Which can of Petit to any Pont 1� the state through the Post of a a Quot Post paid will be promptly attended to charts my. Debate. A it Indianapolis april 20,1844_____cash Fob Rao. Kofl not pounds Good clean rags wanted for we Bleb 50, he his Host Market Price a it be paid in Cash or in paper Tav Sci Law s reports. A a a. Davis books tco volume second i of Mcl can s reports Olio an Nodi Ionno Supply of volume tirs dec 20__ state of in Iliana Nitt fou a Ronalt probate court pc Bryanj term. J. O. 1845. Said court declared the estate of John b. E. Reid a a to i e probably insolvent. Creditors Are therefore to file their claims against the estate for allowance in the said probate court within ten Montha Etoir. The Date Hereof or they will not be Onti hed to payment signed. John w. Hamu ton adm March 12 4w Bonis Jan

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