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Indianapolis State Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 9, 1841, Indianapolis, Indiana sax a. Applications or bids win lie. Received at this of flick Between the hours of 1 and 2 o clock. P. M. On sturday the Ith of August next for the Purchase of the West half of the North East Quarter of Section 23, in town 19, North of Range 8 East eighty acres erroneously marked sold on the books of this Fuce and withheld from Sale. This tract lies in Madison county in or 2 Miles South of White River and about 5 Miles South East of Andersontown. David v. Culley Register. Register s office Indianapolis june 30, patents. Riplie patents for lands sold in the Indianapolis land District to j 1st april. 1840 have been received at the Register s office and arc ready for delivery to those ont tied to them july 8-4wadministrator>s Sale. In pursuance of an order of the probate court of the county x of Marion and state of Indiana made and entered at the March term thereof Iti the year 1841, i will to Public Sale on saturday the 7th Day of August 1841, on the premises in the county of Marion Between the hours of 10 o clock a. M and 4 o clock p. M. On said Day the fee simple of the following described lands to wit the South East Quarter of Section 2, in town slip 16 North of Range 3 East Iti tie county of Marion to be sold As the estate of Elias Leming late of said county deceased. Terms of Sale one third one third in g Moilis and one third in 12 months with interest Crom Dale on the two last instalments. July 8-3t jacu15 Kherts adm . 3nls. Best Eider Viviet a just received and for Sale Byju Fly 8 e. Jordan. Shad. A lot of Shad no. 1, just acc lived and for Sale by j,�?zy8 . I Etters remaining in the Post office at Noblesville la. On the Soth Day of Juno 1841 which if not taken out within three Mont Lis will to sent to the department at Washington As dead. B Bond a Mast Bradley William Beck with Sarn. Buchanan henrys. Baty Nancy miss. C Colborn Jonathan Cook Sarah Crotts Soloman Coffman William Catlin Horatio d Davis Samuel Davis Daniel e. 3 Dean Joseph e Quot Essington James Eilt the enl in Jacob f a frankness Mary Fouch Daniel Fox Jonathan Esq. Frasier James g Good Jacob Goare James h Hendricks Mary j. Hicks j Ames Humble Philip Hudson Harrison Haworth Rees Huston Eliza a. Miss. J Jeffries John Johnson Margaret Jones Jackson Kiger e Kinnaman we. Keller Lewis Loyd John Esq. Lowrey Kobert m Myers Nathan Mckinstry we. Marshall Henry Mccually Mahan Jacob fico. Mills a. totter Wilder u bobbins j. Esq. Ross j. W. Roberts w. S. Esq. Roberts Judah Esq. S Stout Ephraim Shearer Thomas sees lord St. Clair Mary Swisher or Dani. Applegit t teeters Abraham Tharp Johnv Vanderlin Jacob w Wiseman John Whitsell Joseph Wagoman William Wallace Robert s. Waterman a. Wyl ethos. C. Williams Lewis. W. Emmons r. M. To Banks Aiice banker of the United states. Inic Itric table Ink. Foole inventor. Or he above writing Ink is offered to the ranks merchants and Bankers of the United states to prevent the alteration of drafts. Rills of , checks certificates amp a. The Banks of this City have tried this Ink and will adopt the use of it permanently. Below will be Folind the opinion of Jno. Locke m. professor of chemistry in the medical College of Ohio. To be had of e. Lucas. No. 112 main Street and of the proprietor at the Bank note engraving establishment of Rawdon Tveight 4&Quot Hatch at the Corner of 3d and main streets Cincinnati. Price $10 per bottle Small size �5. All orders addressed to the proprietor or e. Lucas Post paid will be attended to. W. F. Harrison. N. B. The Ink sold by or. Whitfield to the Banks in new Orleans was successfully erased by the inventor of this Ink. Or. Locke s certificate. Cincinnati june 2?1841. I have subjected a specimen of Ink handed to me by or. Harrison and made by or. Fogle to a variety of chemical reagents and have come to the conclusion that it cannot be destroyed or removed by any chemical process which will not at the same time destroy the paper. But Ink May be removed mechanically As Well As chemically As by erasing sponging or even by lapping with the Tongue. Or. Fogle s Ink however is so prepared that it strikes deep into the paper embodies itself with tiie Fibre upon which it acts slightly and thus makes it difficult if not impossible that it should be extracted mechanically. Therefore so far As can be decided by preliminary without the test of , it appears to me that or. Fogle s Ink will prevent those fraudulent alterations of checks drafts amp a. Which Are but too easily made with common writing Ink. Cin. July 8-6w $3 rep. John Locke. By the president of the United states. In pursuance of Law 1, John Tyler president of the United states of America do hereby declare and make known that a Public Sale wi4i be held at the land office at Genesee in the state of Michigan for the disposal of certain tracts of land hereinafter designated which were ceded to the United states by the Saginaw tribe of the Chippawa nation by the treaty concluded with those indians on the 14tli january 1837, conimae Ningon monday thirteenth Day of september next to wit Jebri i of the base line and East of the Meridian. One tract of forty thousand acres on the West Side of Saginaw River lying within tie limits of township fourteen of Range three. Townships thirteen Fourie Eri and fifteen of Range four and townships thirteen fourteen and fifteen of Range five except the fractional sections ten. Fifteen and sixteen in township fourteen of Range four the surveys of which Are incomplete and that portion of Section three in township fourteen of Range five reserved for the use of a Light House. One tract of six thousand acres on the North Side of he Kawkawlin River bordering on Saginaw Bay Sitivi Utcy in townships fourteen and fifteen of Range four and townships fourteen and fifteen of Range five. One tract of two thousand acres on the East Side of Saginaw River where Nab Bash formerly lived situated in township fourteen of Range five. One tract of one thousand acres on the East Side of Saginaw liver in township thirteen of Range five. One tract of five thousand seven Hundred and sixty acres on both sides of Flint River known As Reaum s Village situated in townships nine and ten of Range five. One tract of eight thousand acres at the Village of Ottson. One tract of one to Tousand acres at Monoquet Village and one tract of six Hundred and forty acres at the great Bend All a situated on the North Side of Cass River designated on the official plat of Survey As Flint River in township eleven of ranges six and seven. One tract of ten thousand acres at the big lick or Rock situated on both sides of the Hiawassee River in township nine of Range three. One tract of six thousand acres at the Little Forks on the Bouth Side of the Letaba Evasiuk River in townships thirteen and Burteen of Range two. One tract of six thousand acres at the Black Bird s town on the South Side of Letaba Wasing River in township thirteen of Range two and townships twelve and thirteen of Range three. Tie lands Here described Are to be sold for the exp elusive Benefit of the aforesaid tribe of indians under the provisions of a treaty concluded with them on the23d january 1838, ratified by the Senate on the 2d july following the first article of which fixes the minimum Prico at five dollars per acc under which sum no bid will be received and a which lands Are not eur Jet to entry under any Preemption Law of Congress. A i the Sale will be kept open for two weeks Quot unless the lands Are sooner disposed of and no longer and no private entries of land in the townships so offered will be admitted until after the expiration of the two weeks. Given under my hand at the City of Washington this ninth Day of june Anno Domini 184. By the president John Tyler James Whitcomb commissioner of the general land tit Jolce. The i undersigned has been appointed on the estate of John Campbell late of Marion county la deceased jail Jfe sons indebted to said estate will make immediate pay Pfent and those having claims against the same will present them properly authenticated for settlement. The estate is supposed to be solvent. July8-3t s./3muel Houston a Iii s to there will be a Sale of the personal property a clinging to the estate of John Campbelli consisting of horse and Wagon some hogs and cattle Corn in the Field and perhaps some other articles on saturday the 2ut inst. Terms Metido known on Day of Sale july 8-3t s.>9muel Houstonjr Jim notice. The subscriber respectfully Calls the attention of the it Iblis to the following list of articles which he has just received and is now open at his drug and glassware Housea j 50 boxes window Glass of All sizes from 7 by 9 to 24 by 30 30 do hollow glassware consisting in part As follows 12 Doz. 8 flute prod tumblers 6 do pint Plain do. 4 Gross a it. do. 2 do Gill do do. 6 Doz. 3 ring bar decanters 6 do 2 do do do 4 do 2 do Dogil Fig do 4 do 2 do do or d do 12 do Plain Globe do also a assortment of Cut and pressed fancy Ware consisting of Jelly dishes Cream jugs cake stands cup plates butter plates egg glasses &c.&c. Sugar bowls together with a Large and splendid assortment of shop furniture such As jars tinctures vials and bottles of All sizes lie would also inform physicians and co entry merchants Gene rally that he has just received a full Supply of paints oils and liquors As follows sperm and whale Oil. Champaign Brandy French do. Domestic do. Port Malaga and Tenerife wines alcohol spirits of turpentine Sweet Oil Castor Oil Copal varnish White Lead i indeed Oil dry White Lead red do., Chrome Green Chrome yellow Lyt rage i russian Blue indigo madder ground and chipped logwood operas Alum amp a. All of which he Oft Era for Sale at very reduced prices at his Drugg and glassware Bouse Washington St. Next door to j. H. Wright. Dec25 Daniel King. C 1 live constantly on hand a general As. J. W sort ment of Copper and tinware which Tlajy will sell wholesale or retail at reduced prices. They have received and will keep constantly on hand Frank Lin ten and seven plate stoves of various patterns and sies also the Premium cooking stove three sizes. This cooking stove they would respectfully room fiend to the Public As one Well worthy of attn Tiomi As it combines More advantage than any other in use arid must eventually ship Elcede All others numerous certificates could be Given but they Are unnecessary As the stove Speaks for itself. S r<op2 doors East of Post office. M lean s Rel Ort sat dec25 Wiley s Book store bbl. Best Champaign Brandy for Sale by jan27 Daniel King. W Wiite Lead.�?100 kegs Porter s White Lead a first rat article by dec28 Scudder amp . Notice. Drs. San bits amp Parry have associated themselves together in the practice of Medicine in All its branches. Their office is on Washington Street in the room Forir Hirly occupied by Patterson dry Good store and two doors East of John a where either or both May generally be found unless professionally absent from or. Sanders age and experience he would prefer devoting his attention principally to obstetrical practice and the diseases of women and children. May 1st 1841.-3msulphate quinine. To quinine French and american just received by sept 3 Scudder amp amp a. 10 of sulphate of morphine 12 Quot pipeline 8 Quot creosote june 4, 1841. 8 of Croton Oil 1 Quot Oil Canth Arides. Just rec d and for Sale by Tomlinson Brothers. Opposite the Washington Hall. A sure a ctr to for i it i Arran a Giitl cholera inf Antum. Phe Cratti valve Balsam prepared by or. David Jayne of Philadelphia is without doubt the most certain Safe and effectual remedy Ever yet discovered for dyes entry diarrhoea cholera Moribus and cholera inf Antum or summer complaint of children and indeed the Only article worthy of the least Confidence for curing this last named disease besides it is so cheap that it is within the reach of every family and if mothers could possibly appreciate its Virtues there would be few families without it. The following is an extract from a letter received by or. Jane from m. L. Knapp m. Of Baltimore which Corning from so High a source is in itself a sufficient evidence of the astonishing Efficacy of this Medicine in curing diseases of the stomach and bowels. Quot you ask me what proofs i meet with of the Efficacy of your Medicine. I can safely say that i never prescribed a Medicine for Bowel complaints that has Given me so much satisfaction and my patients so speedy and perfect Relief As this. Whenever introduced into a family it becomes a standing remedy for those ailments and is called fora gain and again which i think a pretty Good proof of its Efficacy and usefulness. In the summer complaint of children it has frequently appeared to snatch the Little victims As it were from the grave. Quot it has saved the life of my child and of such and such a child Quot Ilive frequently heard said. In Dys enteric al Quot act Iona of adults i have time it so again seen it act like a Charm and give permanent Relief in a few hours i May say in a few minutes. In Fine it is a valuable Medicine and no family should be without it. Respectfully m l. Knapp m. It is to be hoped therefore that persons will not allow their prejudice to overcome their better judgment As is not infrequently the Case with regard to quack medicines As they Are very generously and Liudis criminally termed but whenever either of the above named diseases occur either to an adult or the tenderest infant do not ask Quot what shall i do shall i give it this or the other Quot do not fold your arms in listless and unavailing sorrow and cry Quot my child Quot or Quot my Friend is past recovery Quot but Fly at once and procure the Bai Sam a tis this which has afforded Relief after All others have Quot Pis this which has repeatedly snatch Das it were suffering humanity from the verge of eternity when the last Ray of Hope had ceased to be indulged either by their friends or physicians. Be careful to obtain that which is fresh As it is a Medicine which becomes somewhat impaired by age. Jayne Pancoast being of Fikis for the article Are constantly receiving fresh supplies from the East. The citizens of St. Louis and the Public generally therefore would do Well to Call upon then in preference to purchasing elsewhere where they would be liable to get that which has been made several years and which of course would not he so effect ill in its operations. Jayne amp p./3ncoast, agents. No. 138 main St. St. Louis. Sold wholesale and retail at the sign of the Golden a mortar directly opposite the Washington Hall. Tomlinson Brothers who Are agents for Indianapolis does not reason and con non sense teach is the most natural As Well As the most Ellec Tual agent in arresting and curing pulmonary diseases the answer must be yes because obstruction is either immediately or remotely the cause of inflammation and catarrhal fevers producing croup consumption and abscesses of the lungs pain and soreness of the Throat breast sides or shoulders bronchitis exciting mucous and purulent secretions thereby clogging up the lungs so As to More or less impede both Resi Ira Tion and the free circulation of the blood causing difficulty of breathing and asthma pleurisy hoarseness and loss of voice dropsy of the heart and Chest rupture of blood vessels and bleeding from the Throat and lungs and spitting of blood. To remove this obstruction from which All these alarming and dangerous diseases originate and to produce a Radical cure nothing has Ever been found equal to Jayne s . It stands unrivalled it stands pre eminent try it and you will be forced to acknowledge that its Virtues have not nor can not be overrated that it stands far above and beyond the reach of Competition that it is the Only reasonable the Only natural and the Only truly successful method of arresting and curing diseases of the pulmonary organs. Jayne amp Pancoast age is 138 main Street St. , sold wholesale and retail at the sign of tiie Golden mortar directly opposite the Washington Hall. Tomlinson Brothers agents Indianapolis Union hotel formerly the mansion House Indianapolis the undersigned would most respectfully and the Community that they have taken the above House recently kept by e. Jordan Esq., at solicit pub lie patronage. Their charges will be As Low Ashe High rents in Indiana polio will permit. John Hare june 18-40 Jesse Hare. Of stairs. T Enty thousand pickled oysters. For Sale Low. Madison Julie 25 a Woodburn. A school teacher s Mai Ual containing practical Sug a estion on teaching and popular education. For Sale Ai jul y 2 Davis Bookstore. Bead and be continued. Jayne s hair tonic having ourselves witnessed the beneficial effects of this article on the persons of several of our inhabitants we hesitate not to recommend it to All those who have unfortunately lost their hair. We refer such to the certificate of or. Holmes which will be found in another column Bristol Phenix. Certin Oate. Bristol r. I. Feb 16, 1c41. Or. Rapelye sin having about four years since through disease lost the hair from the top of my Bead and having used Many articles recommended to restore it without effect i was induced from the recommendations i saw in your Phenix to try or Jayne it hair tonic. I am now Happy to say that after using three bottles my head is now covered with a Fine growth of Young and healthy hair. Several of my friends and acquaintances have also used it to their entire satisfaction i therefore cheerfully recommend it to All who Are suffering the disagreeable sensation caused by baldness. James a. Holmes. The above certificate is from a respectable Young Man who is an overseer in the steam Mill whose statement can be confidently relied on. Jayne amp Pancoast age ants. Sold wholesale and retail at the sign of the Golden mortar directly opposite the Washington Hall july 8, 1841 to Jan 4 42 Tomlinson Brothers agents Indianapolis. Trait Altania University medical i it up Arimont. The lectures in this institution commence As usual on the first monday in november and close on the last Day of february. The faculty consists of Benj. W. Dudley m. D., professor of Anatomy arid surgery. James m. Bush m. D., adjunct professor of do. James c. Cross m. D., professor of institutes and medical jurisprudence. Elisha Bartlett m. A. Professor of theory and practice. W. H. Richardson m. D., professor of obstetrics and diseases of women and Cli Ildren. Thos. Mitchell m. D., professor of Materia Medica and therapy Titis. Robert Peter m. A professor of chemistry and pharmacy. The Cost of a full course of lectures is �105, payable in Advance in notes of Good and solvent Banks of the states whence the pupils come. The matriculation and Library ticket is $5, and the dissecting ticket 10. Graduation fee .�20. Boarding and lodging fuel and lights included from �2 50 to �3 per week. By order Thomas d. Mitchell m. D., Dean of faculty. Lexington ky., june 1, 1841. July 2-3mo. Madison and Indianapolis bail Boad to be Public Are intoned Liat the to Tate Conizene de running the cars on the above Road on the first instant. As our citizens generally doubtless feel a deep interest in the Prosperity of the state it is hoped they will patronize the Road As far As possible travellers and merchants who wish a Safe cheap and expeditious Mode of conveyance for themselves and their merchandise Are solicited to Pat prize the cars As far As circumstances will permit. They Are assured that every exertion will be made to accommodate and Render their situation while on the cars comfortable and pleasant. All possible care will be taken of the safety of freight and every depart Rient will be held strictly accountable for losses or Darin Ages through carelessness or inattention. The cars will in future leave the Northern end of the Road at half past one o clock so that passengers can arrive in Madison in time to take passage on either of the mail boats. Prices for freight and passage As heretofore Madison july 2-6w John Lodge s. T. I Royial Cnoc of St. Mary s of the woo its situated in sugar Creek Lois ship Vigo county Jedi 4 Miles North West of Terre haute. St. Mary s Academy for Young ladies will open the second of july. Branches taught Are a a follows Reading writing arithmetic geography and history both ancient and modern eni Ilish composition natural philosophy chemistry botany mythology biography astronomy rhetoric Plain and fancy needlework. Bead work. Tapestry and lace work. Terms boarding including the above , per annul. $ 100 00 extra charges. French language per annul in 00 Muic Inspru Ziental and vocal 30 00 drawing and painting in water colors imitation of Oil painting on Linen 20 00 Oil painting on velvet Oriental painting embroidery and artificial Flower work 10 00 washing find mending per annul 12 00 stationery 5 00 Medicine at the Pothe cafes rate. Those who wish to learn the , German italian and Spanish languages can do so. Terms the same As for the French. Conditions. No Pupil will be received fur a term less than three months and no deduction will be made after a Quarter has lira to com. Fenced except the Pupil should be withdrawn from school in consequence of sickness or in Case of . Pay is Reisui red in Advance. Tor further particulars applications Faust be made to the slobber Superior. All letters cited to the institution must be Post paid. A pro rectus will in a few weeks Mother St. Theodore. As it Wil be Nec Siary for the pupils to have the books used by the institution they can be furnished at the Ordinary Sta tonary prices. June 25-3w-�3 Quot our. Linseed Oil taints amp a. A always on a id a Large assortment linseed Oil paints Painter s brushes varnish brushes a. June 25 Tomlinson Brothers. Brushes brushes sweeping dusting scrubbing Whitewash Hearth shoo horse loth. Hair dumb. Painters and every other kind of brushes for Sale by Tomlinson Brothers june 25 sign of the Golden mortar. Coffee sugar Tea amp a. 100 bags Rio Coffee 5 boxes sperm candles. 20 Hhd. Sugar 5 Bis loaf sugar 20 boxes gun. P. Tea. Just received and for Sale by Madison june 25. C. Woodburn. Eagi.1s hotel. Patnam ipe Indiana. I. Hand respectfully informs his friends and the pub. A lie that to has taken the above House it having undergone a thorough repair he is now prepared to accommodate the travelling Public and Hopes by his a remitted attention to Merit a portion of the Public patronage. June 4-Lfworm syrup amp infant preservative. 1 q Doz. Cave amp Schaffer s worm syrup and infant preservative an invaluable and pleasant remedy for children. For Sale by Tomlinson Brothers june 25 sign of the Golden . O. Sugar. 4 Hhd. N. O. Sugar this Day received and for Sale by june22 . White Lead. 1 jul kegs Avery amp Ogden s White Lead warranted Fine. Xuwu for Sale by Tomlinson Brothers june 25 sign of the Golden mortar. Notice to btjiil.l>eu8. Proposals win be received by the undersigned on thursday the 8th of july next for furnishing All materials and erecting a Church edifice for the first presbyterian congregation in Indianapolis. Plans specifications and terms of payment will be made known and explained at any time after the first of july by the undersigned at his residence. June 25-3w John elder us Sicri Niehof ii. Indiana oms he statute. The senior and Junior depart Nenis of the female Institute will recommence on wednesday 7th july. During the re main prof the summer session the exercises in the senior department will be attended to Only in the morning the lessons prepared at Home. The terms of tuition will lie reduced the highest branches not Over �5. June 25--3w 125 Cobbs of Troob. proposals will be received at tie Mollico of the Secretary of state on saturday the loth Day of july next for the delivery of one Hundred and Twenty five cords of Good sugar tree Brach Ash or Hickory Wood Well split and Cut into lengths of two feet delivered at tiie Wood Yard on the West Side of the state House by the first Day of october next. Bond find Security will be required for the faithful performance of the contracts. We sheets Sec y of state. Geo. H. Dunn treasurer june 25 1841-3w m. Morris s Verm Fuge. 6 Verm Fuge a Safe and efficient remedy for Worms with directions in German and English. Just received and for Sale by june25 Tomlinson Brothers. Morrison s infant Carminative. the Relief of children afflicted wit i wind Colic gripes Ujj fluxes and other similar disorders of the stomach and bowels warranted Genuite for Sale by june 25 Tomlison brother sign of the Golden s clarify cd a hence of Loav Boutte Candy. Compounded from Liverwort Hoar hound Slippery Elm Comfrey and thirty other Choice vegetable cough ingredients warranted genuine for Sale at the sign of the Golden mortar opposite the Washington Hall june 25 Tomlinson to county clerks recorders merchants and All others whom it May concern. The subscriber has just received a Large and Good assortment of paper suitable for records lagers Day books blotters a fee. And to is ready to fill All orders directed to him with promptness Ond despatch at inc lowest Market prices. He has a new and Superior ruling machine and will Rule to any pattern. We. F. Slater. Nov20 6 doors East of the Post goods. The subscriber having received a Large and general assortment of hardware and cutlery saddlery Mill saws Iron amp nails also a Large assortment of shoes and boots All of which will be sold on the lowest terms. 300 lbs of Bacon including hams shoulders and sides Well smoked for Sale by May 7-2m Benjamin Pottage. State of Indiana Marion county. Marion circuit court., May term 1841 Calvin Fletcher. Robert Taylor Josiah in. A Avis Benja chancery join i. Blythe Aaron Johnson. J Riplie defendants Robert Taylor and Moses m. Ile Klc Are hereby notified that 6� the 2d Day of june 1841, the defendant Aaron Johnson filed in said court a Cross Bill in Tho above entitled Case against them and the other defendants above named that the Saine is still pending in said court and that unless they appear acid plead answer or deity or to the same on or Biafore the calling of the cause at the next term of said court the same will be taken As confessed and Tnie against them. By order of the court. Attest july 2-3w r. B. Duncan clerk. The state of Indiana Marion county. Marion circuit court May term 1841. Henry of Lillef. Quot a is. Richard Howard Ephraim Howard Mary i. A a Gardner James Gardner William Howard Sam than cry. Uel Howard Minerva i Owaid amp. Thomas j. Howard. J a it he said defendants Richard Howard Epli Raim Ilo , James Gardner and Mary Gardner his wife and William Howard Are hereby notified that on the 22d Day of february 1841, the above named complainant filed in the Marion circuit court his Bill of complaint against them and the other defendants above named that the same is now pending therein and that unless they appear and plead answer or demur to the same on or before the calling of the cause at the next term of said court the same will be taken As confessed and True against them. By order of the court. Attest july 2-3w r. B. Duncan clerk. State of Indiana i Marion county Marion circuit court May term 1041. William d. W Wygant is. I William , William Lindsey George w. Stipp Daniel Kii Iii David Craighead e a in chancery. Ybraim Estep administrator of the estate of William Buchanan deceased and the unknown heirs of said William Buchanan deceased. J a a he said defendants Ephraim est administrator of Tate of William Buchan Fin deceased and that in the is Kii own heirs of the said William Buchanan deceased Are hereby notified that on the first Day of july in the year 1841, a Bill of complaint was filed in said court by said William d. Wygant complainant against the said William Lippencott William Lindsey George w. Stipp Daniel King David Craighead and the said William Buchanan now deceased to which they were made de. Fun wants by an amended Bill of complaint filed in said court on the third Day of Juno 1841, and that on the 27th Day of november 1840, said Daniel King filed in said court a Cross Bill against item and the said other defendants above named that said Bill of complaint amended Bill and Cross Bill Are still pending in said court and that unless they appear and plead answer or demur to the same on or before the calling of the cause at the nest term of said court the same will be taken As confessed and True against them. By order of said court. A attest Fily 2-3w r. B. Dunce in clerk. State of a Diana Boone county a. In the Boone circuit court. Samuel Ramsey 1 is. It foreign attachment isl Imnel Wolerton 3 Riville above named Ishmael to Towerton is hereby notified that on the 5th Day of september 1840, a writ of foreign attachment was duly issued by the clerk of the Boone circuit court against Iii at the suit of the above named Samuel ram say directed to the sheriff of said county of Loone and was by a i id sheriff duly returned on the 8th Day of septem Lier 1840, executed on the following lands and tenements to wit lot no. Four in Block no. Thirteen and lot no. Six in Block no. Saven in the town of Lebanon attached As the pro Yerty of him the said Ishmael Irole Roii and that said writ is now pending in said Boone t circuit court. Attest july2-3w s. S. Broring clerk. State of Indiana Boone county a. Donne circuit court Ajril irm 1841. George Dye. Is. V in chancery. Benjamin. T Lle complainant now comes by locker his solicitor and us mends Iii Bill herein and the process herein issued has been returned by the Kher flt not found it is ordered that tie defendant Nickiel Lien Amin be notified of the Pendency of this suit by three successive weekly in tie Indiana journal a newspaper at Indianapolis the Hist publication to be at least sixty Days before the first Day of the next term notifying said defendant that unless he appear before the judges of this court and answer plead or demur to said Bill the same will be taken As confessed and decreed 2-3w attest s s. I Rorren -.lefk. State of Indiana Boone county is. Boone circuit court april term 1841. John Jacobs. Is. S in chancery. Upton Jenkins Matilda Jenkin i. 3 Noa comes the said Coin Plaisant by Griggi his solicitor and it appearing to the court by the affix it Lavit of Noah Ilar Desty a disinterested person that the defendants Upton Jenkins and Matilda Jenkins Are not residents of the stale of Indiana it is ordered that notice be Given to the said defendants of the Pendency of this suit by publication in the Indiana journal a paper of general circulation in the county of Marion for three weeks a i Ricce Shively the last publication to be at least sixty Days before the first Day of the term of this court notifying said defendants that unless they appear before the judges of this court and answer plead or demur to said Bill the same will be taken As confessed and decreed accordingly and the said complainant has leave to Amend Iii Bill in ninety Days. A test july2-3w s. S. Bro in clerk. State of Indiana Marion county. Probate court of said county june term 1841. William min Teeth estate. Tiie creditors of said estate Are hereby notified that at the term aforesaid of said probate court Thomas n. Thomas administrator of the estate aforesaid filed in said court his complaint of the insolvency of said estate that said complaint is now pending in said court and that unless they notify such administrator of the existence and of their respective claims by filing the same or a statement of the nature description and Date of the contract Orassin Apsit upon which the same May be founded in the office of the clerk of said court previous to the final di.= of the assets of the estate of the said decedent such claims will be postponed in favor of the claims of the More diligent creditors. By order of said court. June 25-gw Auest r. B. Duncan ,t. Inn refined Ken Hawa. On hand and for of our by Gried near the Corner of West and Ohio streets. Madison june25 c. House. Cinca Naii Corner main and sixth ils. The location of this House being Central half Way Between the River and annal and upon the highest level upon main Street and convenient to Aii kinds of business together with the late additions and improve cents makes it now the most desirable hotel in the City for merchants and travellers in general. Fare not surpassed by any hotel in the City Bills moderate suitable to the times. Feeling grateful for past favors i Homie by strict attention to the Comfort of All who May Call to Merit a continuance of Public favor so liberally bestowed n. B. A Brick stable is Atta Clied to the House and Good hustlers in attendance. Baggage taken to and from the River and canal free of charge when called i on. We. E. Marsh april 24-3mo-,55-c. G. Proprietor. 40 bbl. just received and for Sale by july 2 i. Jordan. The scholar s or guide to the orthography. Pronunciation and derivation of the English l Umu age by r. W. Green a. M. Received at july 2 Davis and nails. Twenty th0us.\nd ibs. Assorted bar Iron. 10,000 lbs. Round Stu Are and hoop 5 bundles no24 Sheet Iron 100 nails assorted sizes warranted just Rece veil per Steamer Harrisburg and for Sale Low by june 11 of c. Woodburn tailors. James Hall Draper and tax Lor Indianapolis la. Would respectfully inform the Trade generally throughout Tho state that he is the duly authorised agent for Scott amp Wilson s Mirror of fashion system of a sitting amp a. Terms As follows report monthly Mirror per year 00 do do do six months .3 00 system of cutting garments 10 00 Patent Sii Are and Scales 5 00 Tho above articles together with shears tape measures advertising cards and any article of trimmings May be had by order with a remittance accompanying the amount ordered. The system for cutting Square and Scales with reports and Mirror one half year can be had for fifteen dollars payable in Advance. All letters on the subject must be Post paid to receive attention unless enclosing a remittance. June 18 3m s Tepu Ien s Blue writing fluid at Wiley s Book store. To it boxes 8a by he and 2 boxes 10 by 14 looking guns pcs for Sale by Quot jan27 Daniel King. Blackford s reports of the decisions of the supreme court Indiana 4th volume. Fop Sale at the Book Siores Indianapolis. Price 4 dollars. Previous volumes same Price. A 7 boxes Superior tobacco 10 do common do. Madison june 25 for Balo by o. . The partnership heretofore Between John m. Talcott i Samuel b. Woolman was this Day dissolved by Mutual consent. All persons indebted to said firm who know their accounts to be due will please Arnke payment without delay to the subscriber by whom All the debts of the firm will be paid. J. M. Talbott will continue the business at the old stand june 17 if j. M. Talcott. Cheese. A lot of Western Lle serve cheese just received and for Sale by june 22 e. Jordan shall sickness or Iii Altai prevail. It is evident that Tho former will if there is not More career attention paid to ourselves. What Are inc primary eases of Tho very great variety of diseases which we daily behold. Afflicted person were you not first attacked with bile on the stomach attended with 6ickne=s, Cost Veness a derangement of the stomach and digestive organs probably caused by indulging too freely in Rich food a Schden tiny life irregular meals sure late hours intemperance Ltd these mostly Are hid cause of affliction at the present Day. When these symptoms occur if you desire Lieal tji to prevail procure immediately or. Harlich s compound strengthening and German ape Rient pills As they tire a sure my dicing to remove these distressing attacks. The properties of this Medicine Are first to cleanse the stomach and bowels remove bile and Billious matters purify the blood which when obstructed Subj acts the body to pain and disease. This is al Feied by n few doses of the German ape Rient pills. After this is accomplished the strengthening tonic pills Are used to give strength and vigor to tie system restore the Debili tat fid functions of the animal Economy i a. In a Couise of this treatment Tho patient will be restored to perfect health when All symptoms of dyspepsia liver complaint sick headache pain in the Side limbs and other bodily infirmities will lie completely eradicated. Rhi Cipal office no 19 North eighth Street Phila Dolphin. Sold at wholesale and retail at the sign of the Golden mortar directly opposite tiie Washington Hall. Juno 25,1841 .-3w Tomlinson Cash Szorc Van Hin taii Street 9 doors West of Porter s Corner. I a he Buu scribers ii inform the Public that they live just received from Philadelphia a Well sell ctr a a assortment of seasonable and cheap Good consisting of dry goods Gro teries. Hardware boots shoes hats Caps amp a. Which a hey Par. Titular by invite the Public to Call tend examine being Del fined to give As Good bargains As can be had in Indianapolis for Cash. Nov27 ,. We. Eckert amp co. N. B. A goo d of saddles by ladles Hirnes a to. For Sale Ery cheap found. United Statua path edit no. 10,909, for the fallowing described land to wit East half of the North East in aft a of Section 5, in township eight North of Range four West in the District of lands subject to Sale at Vincennes la. The owner can have said Patent by calling at this ii inc and paying for this notice. July 2-3wllist of letters remaining in the Post office at , july 1st, 1841. Persons calling for those letters Are requested to stay they Are advertised otherwise they May not be looked for. Office open on sundays from 9 to 10 o clock a. M. And from 4 to o clock p. Ivi. Aldridge Aaron Nicholas Arnold Presley Anderson Jeremy Alcorn Henry n Ballenger Wihs Olibri Bradley James l. Bright Jesse d. 2 Brown James w. Brown Cliris Ophor Brownlee Juhn suit Bronge brawn Peter a Blackburn Isaac Brown Susan Bruce Archibald Bruner George Burnett John Burnett James Bomati Elisa briefs free Daniel Burk Peter Bird James beam David born Jardner George Burket John Burns Thomas Bradley h. Esq. C Coal James Cole f. M. Can by Samuel Cranson Martin Conway John Cox Thomas Cayler Joseph Cress up m. Carpenter Ambrose Carpenter j. H. Campbell Chas. C. Clement Mahlen co Mari Henry Curtis James d Dilworth Brinton Dean Philip Duerson e. Dwinelle Benjamin Demoss mrs. Marge re Deer Moses Dudley Nathan Davis Duront John Darnel Lewis e a Winch Chas w. Al Bis John of Louis l. S. Ellis Nelson r. F Fox Richard 2 Fisher Richard Fisher David i Ster Stephen Fultze or. Co comaker Fox Eliza to Gas Ori la Iram Gaston we. Grayson Henry Garlinghouse Benjamin George Robert going j. Or. Gillen John Oliver Guiger Daniel Green al in h Harris Lewis Hatten Sarah Hobbs l. T. Herren Benjamin s. Hai Izell Frederick Harding Labin Higgin nothum James Harryman John w. Hammond Upton j. B. Homes Jonathan i Jiner mrs. Mary Houstin Samuel heart Rubin b. Hoyt Rev d. C. A. 2 Hughs John Howe j. C. 2 Holloway Joseph he Lse Thomas Haze Gerden Hull Watnes Holt William Hogan James l. Hardin Franklin Hart r. B. Harris Rev d. Benjamin Hunter William Hobart Joshua j Johnson Titomas 2 Jones Nancy 2 Jones William Jonos Rebecca a. Johnson Milton Johnson John b. Johnson Aaron Jordon John a Kingsley miss Sarah s. Kelly Isaac Kammler Carl Kenny or. Kennedy James Kitchen Clark Kales Williann Kirby Zachariah King Jamesl Lowers John Leonard Tobert Abner Lancaster William m Martindale m. Melfurd Catharine Morrow Thomas Marrs miss Eliza a. Martz Henry Mann Lawell a. Marrs David 2 mend Daniel d. Mack mrs. Clarinda in Oss Zachariah Mabury a Marla it Andrew macs Mcfall John Mccurdy James James Mcclellan Sam l 2 Mcnabb Easther. N Nev Mon j. S. Neff Peter a a Oliver Elizabeth Owen John Powell we. H. Per Liam j. A. Pearson James Peery Clement r Raper j. H. Rice John c. 2 Tichardson Aaron Ray James y. Rees miss Mary Roberts Mary Richey John Rodney Elizabeth s Slawson Delans Cin Smith John Smith j. M. Smith Thomas j. Smith miss j. Smith John Clinger Stephens Isaac Shields Allen Spriggs p. Saunders George l. Swan Margafet Shuli Henr Sneider David Stoops John Spillman Gan Vius Severt Joseph Shields Daniil Smock mrs. Ray al Speagle John m. Stentz Henry Shotridge George Swift George w. Springsteen Sawyers Matthew t Tharp Perry Tyner William e. Taylor miss Sarah tingles John a Wilstach Chas. F. M. Werbe l. F. Williams Richard Weaver w. L. Weater William Wallis Joseph White Aaron negro White John Watts John s. Wright Charles Webb John Wheeler Salmon ii. B. Williams Varnold b. West Joseph Wright Williamson Waddle William Wright Aaron Whitehead Charles q. Quin William Quin Rev. We. P. Y Yoti Nof Rev. We. John Camii p. cloth Neil clothing so just received at the Indianapolis clothing store Washington Street 1st door East of the Union hotel an assortment of Siim Mei clothing made up in i Philadelphia and bal Tii Nore of the Best materials and pattern for this Market from the country and All who Are in want of such goods would do Well to Call and these goods and prices previous to purchasing at Cincinnati or Louisville. The subscriber Feils confident he can sell for Cash on As Good terms As can by. Had at either of those places. N. B. Gentlemen furnishing always kept on hand such As stocks shirts bosoms of All kinds , drawers gloves suspenders half Hoe ii pocket Cravat ing amp a. Amp a. A general assortment of All kinds of clothing kept constantly on hand to suit any season of the y Dar at such prices As cannot fail in giving general satisfaction re. Indianapolis May 19, 1841-21� Benjamin Orr. State of Indiana Marion county. Marion circuit court a May term 1841. James b. Ilav. 1 �?z9. In chancery to foreclose Silvis Andrus andr usand f mortgage. w. Russell. J a it ii said defendant Silis Andrus is hereby notified that on a the third Day of Juno in the year 1b41, Tho above named complainant filed in the Marion circuit court his Bill of complaint against him and the other defendants above named that the same is no i pending in said court and that unless he appear and plead answer or demur to said Bill on or before the calling of the cause at the next term of said court the same will be taken As confessed and True against him. By order of the court. Attest july 2-3w r. B. Duncan clerk. State probate court of said county june term 1u41. Michael Vanblaricon s estate. The creditors of said estate Are hereby notified that at the Une term in the year 1841, of the probate court a foil said Elizabeth Vanblaricum administer matrix and John administrator of Thock Tate of said Michael Vanblaricum decent cd filed in said court their complaint of the insolvency of said estate and that the same is now pending therein and that unless they notify such and administrator of the existence and extent of i hair respective claims by filing the same or a statement of the nature a a script Yii avid Date of the contract or Assum sit upon which Tho same May be founded in the Oft co of the clerk of Tho court aforesaid Prev Fous to the a Siul dist Riim Tion of Tho assets of the cat ate of the said dec Edwinl Mich Caliuis will be postponed in Invar of the climb of the More diligent creditors. By Ordein of said court. Jui�o25-6w Attesi. R. B. , a a. Cash wanted the sub Sci ibo a would inform his Friend Anil the Public sch a rally that he will sell 10 Inch tin Valley for 12 cents per foot 14 Inch do. For 17 cents 4 Inch hanging trough for 12i cents 2 Inch conductor for 12 cents and 3 Inch ditto Tor 20 cents per foot. He has also. Tinware cooking stoves of various sizes of re or s Patent Flat Ware of the Onest Quality skillets ovens pots dish and Quot Fea kettles and spiders of Var Joua sizes All of which he will sell Low for Cash , at his store on the South Eist Coiner of Washington and Meridian step to. Ujj an apprentice Vvan tto in to learn the Feving business june 18-3mo a Amuel beef and pork for x�42. Navy Cowans Sonera of ice june 15, ic4l. Bali cd proposals chi dosed Quot offers for beef Quot c r Quot Oft is for pork As the Case May be will be received at this office until 3 o clock p. M. Of the 20ih july next Forfi uni swing and do livering free of All Cost and charge to the United site so 3,000 barrel s of Navy beef and 3,600 barrels of Navy pork each barrel to pc stain two Hundred pounds Rivett we ight of beef or pork. To be delivered As ,Viz 1,200 bus of beef at the Navy Yard c Hafl Eslo in my. 800 do do do Liro Oklyn n. Y. A look do do do Gosport Virginia. 1600 do pork do Charlestown mass. 1,000 do do do Brooklyn n. Y. 1,000 do do do Gosport Virginia. All the said beef and porn a to be delivered Between the 5h Day of april and the 15th Day of june 1842 Uniss earlier deliver roses should to authorized by the Navy ?. The beef rust be packed fro Rii Well fattened Catt of weighing not loss than five Hundred pounds Nett we ight each. L he and leg Rands of the Hind quarters and the shins and Ghoul do a Eloda and at leftist eight pounds from Tho Nick end of. Each fore qty a Teri parts marked nos. 1, 2, and 3 on the drawing or delineation of the fore and Hind quarters of Ari of which w ill be attached to and form a part of the contract must be Vvhs Olly eds clouded from each barrel and the remainder of the carcass must be 6iit in pieces of riot less than eight pounds each. The pork must be packed from Corn fed Well fattened hogs weighing not less than two Hundred pounds each excluding the Heads Joles necks shoulders horns legs feet and lard and All refuse Pic Cen and must be Cut in a pieces weighing not less the a six pounds each. Both the beef and pork must be slaughtered Between the first of november next and tie periods of delivery and must be salted with at least one Bushel of coarse Turk s Island Isle of May or St. Ubea Salt and with five ounces of pure pulverized Saltpetre to each barrel of a Pickle to be made for dry fresh water As Strong As Salt can make barrels to be made of the by St seasoned a Hito Oak or White Ash Staves and heading. If of the for River to be not less than three fourths of an Inch thick it of the Iatter to be not less than one Inch thick and to be hooped at least three fourths Over with the Best White Oak or Hickory hoops except the Erose hoop which must be of Iron at least on Inch , and not less than the Denzoin nation and. 17. All at the expense or the respective contractors. Each barrel must to branded on its head Quot Navy beef Quot or Navy pork As the Chise ivity be with the contractors name and the year when packed. The beef and pork will be inspected by the inspecting officers at the respective Navy Yards aforesaid and by some Quot sworn inspectors of Salt provisions Quot who will be selected by the respective Cori manding officers but their charges for such inspect Iii must be paid by the respective contractors who must likewise have the barrels in Good shipping other to the satisfaction of the commandants of the respective Navy Yards aforesaid after the inspections and at their own expense. Bidders must specify their prices separately and distinctly Quot in separate offers for the beef and for the pork and for each of the places of delivery covering All expenses and All charges. Letters from persons binding themselves to be Coniff sureties if the offers , and other Lettera from some Navy agent commandant at a Navy Yard or other person Well known to the department must accompany the offers of each person and state the belief of the writer that the person offering to contract is practically acquainted by experience with the Best Mode of curing and packing beef and pork and has the ability to per Orin his contract in a satisfactory manner arid that his sureties have also the ability in Case of failure on the part of the contractor to pay the the amount of the to Bonds the Board of Navy commissioners Reserve to themselves the right to reject ail offers from Persona who have heretofore failed to fulfil thai i contracts or who do not Forward satisfactory letters showing their ability and the ability of their securities to Complete the contracts. Bonds in one third the amount of the respective contracts will be required and ten per centum in addition will be withheld from the amount of each payment to be made As collateral Security for Tho and faithful performance of their re spec Tiv contracts which will on no account be paid until the contracts Are complied with in All re sip cts and is to be forfeited to the use and Benefit o f the United states in the event of failures to Complete the deliveries within the lie scribed periods. And in Case of failure on the part of the Contd actors to tip la Vei Tho aforesaid beef and pork within Tho Timo specified a the Navy come missioners to have the right to direct purchases to be made to Supply the deficiencies and any excess of Cost to be charged to and paid by the contractors. Payment will be made b y the United Stales excepting the ten per centum to be withheld until Tho comply Tion of the contracts As before stated within thirty Days after the said beef and pork shall have been inspected and received and Bills for the same shall be presented to the Navy agents respectively duly approved by the commandants of the respective Navy Yards according to the terms of the contract. The parts of the b Elf to be sex Ciuco de from the barrel will be particularly designated in the engravings to be attached to the contracts persons Ira Terestea can obtain them on application at this office. Je25 3taw to be published three times a week a in the National intelligencer and madisonian d. C. Vermont Vermont watchman an state journal and people s press Massachusetts Boston daily advertiser Boston a Las new York new York is new York commercial advertiser Pennsylvania North american and daily advertiser Philadelphia Maryland Baltimore Patriot Baltimore american Virginia Norfolk and Portsmouth Herald and Norfolk Beacon Kentucky Louisville journal the observer the intelligencer at Lexington Commonwealth at Frankfort Eagle at Maysville Ohio state a of real Cincinnatt Gazette Cleveland Herald Indiana Indiana journal Richmond palladium Wabash courier Missour of Missouri Sale a a notice a a a hereby Given that on saturday the 24th Day of july 1841, the pm rss rial estate left by Martha Hardin late of Illarion county a irid state of Indiana deceased coi Sistini of several Beds and bedding a number of sheep a Quantity of household and Citchen furniture and Var food other articles too tedious to in Citron will be sold at the residence of Laban Harding two Miles South West of Indianapolis on the West Side of White River by the undersigned of the last will and testament of the late ill Bert Harding deceased. A credit of u months will be Given on All sums Over Throe dollars purchaser a giving App Roveil Security. Salo to be at Public a vol cry and to commence at 10 o clock. A. M. July2-3w Samuel hair Nix Israel Harding. State of Indiana. Boone county Sif. Boone circuit court april term r8i 4. Elijah Mitchell i is. I in chancery. William t. Records Tohn q. Records. And Novi conies the said Coitt Latant by Griggs his solicitor and the process Here it a shed boing returned not found As to the said defendant Vii Liam t. Records on motion it is ordered that Tho said defendant William t. Records be notified of the filing of the complainants Bill herein by a publication to be made a it the Indiana Jour fal for three weeks in accession the last of Wlinich Pul location shall be at least sixty Ortya before the first Day of the next term of this court of hereby the said William t. Records shall be warned that Uri-1 83 he shall appear itt this court at the next term of this court and answer plead of Demter to said Bill tha same will be taken As confessed and decreed accordingly. Attest july 2-3w s. S. Brown clerk. State of Indiana boy no county a. Boone circuit court april term 184t. Levina m. Clarkson / is. It divorce. Benjimin of. Clarkson. Yand now at this time comes the comp ainu it by Griggs her of Hictor and the process herein in aued has been returned by the sheriff not found it is ordered that the defendant Benjamin h. Go a Sou to Noii fied of the Pendency of this a Uil by Izreo fuck evasive weekly pub Licati Orts in the Indiana journal amp Newt a a per published in Indianapolis the ii rat it ubic Ilion lev be at least sixty Days before tie of Trot Day of the Irett to Yrtti of this court hot Fri a said defendant that unies he appear before tie judges of this ourt and answer plead or demur to said Bill the same will be taken a Quot confessed and decreed accordingly. Attest. July s. S. Browny Cherli

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