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Logansport Canal Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 15, 1827, Logansport, Indiana Married on the 30th March 1837, by Joseph Sellers Esq. Or. Matthew Reh to mrs Nancejr. M Clung All of this county. Also by the same on the 3d of april Insl. Or. James m. Briggs to c. Kinney All of this county. Augus t election. Foe governor. David Wallace lieutenant gov Eunok. David Lillis a. C. Tepper. Congress. We. Ilerd. J. B. Ray. Senator. N. D. Grover. Geo. W. E Wing. Repuk tentative. Job. B. Eldridge. Giai Iain n. Fill. J. B. Dillon. Sheriff. Isaac Liry m. Raddock i o. Vav Crick Geo. Smith James Flornoy t. Wiigs. Francis Murphy or. County commissioner. Join Ali Corbet. Wholesale 8r0cery, Luor and Prosuch to r e. A a Listol let tim remaining it the Post office at Logansport Indiana on the 1st Day of april 1837. If not it Aken out before the first Day of july they will in sent to the general Post Ottice As dead setters. Quival and Depar Iuro of a mails at Logansport. Indianapolis. Arrives , thur fiday and saturdays. 6 p. Depa is mondays went a Dayi i Frici Nyp 5 a. M Laporte. Arrives tiie.-?, thursdays and saturdays 6 p. Departs mondays wednesdays and fridays 5 a. A i Aye. Arrives mondays and Fri lavs 6 p. Do Paris suit Day tuesdays and thursdays 5 a. M fort Way ii. Arrives mondays and fridays c p. Deparis tuesdays and Friday 5 a. Trip of co at Lof a sport a ill be open for the delivery of letters on business Days from 6 a. To 9 p. M., and until further notice from 1 p. To 2 p. And from to 9 p. On sundays. C. C Arter p. B?31ta3p amp ga17s0n respectfully inform the Public that they a re just receiving from the steam boat Monroe a Large and general assortment of grocery Iris and foreign liquors which they Are opening at the old store Ofsa Lineu amp Davit and offer for Sale at Low , for a ish and prod uce in Exchange. Timeir Stock comprises in part the following articles 25 bbl. N. O. Molasses. 31 bags Rio Coffee. 6 chests y. H. Tea. 5 half do. Do. 8 Catly boxes Imperial do. 4 Gunpowder do. 30 bbl. N. O. Sugar. 15 quot loaf sugar. 8 quot Rice. 4 Hhd. Codfish. 12 bbl. No. 1, 2, 3, Mackerel 8 half do. I amp 2do. 6 bbl. S. S. Almonds 3 quot ii s. Do 6 bags filberts. 4 quot pea nuts 4 English walnuts. 10 kegs no. 1, 2 tobacco 5 a. Twist do. 5 bancs a. Pluit do. 4 quot sup. Cav. 5 quot tine Cut chewing 5 smoking 25 quot m. R. Raisins 10 do do 10 or. Do do 20 quot scotch herring 15 quot Mould Caudal is 10" dip do 10 quot sperm do 8 boxes soap. 500 do. Hops 5 Box is pipes 12 do Shaker s Broom. 5 half pipes cog. Brandy 1 quot super Champaign do. 1 quot peach do 1 a French do. 15 bbl. American do. I pipe Holland Gin 15 bbl. American a do. 1 pipe st. C. Rum 1 quot Jamaica do . 5 quot n. E. Do. 2 pipes silo. Port wine. 2 do. No. 2 do. Do. 4 casks Madeira wine town Lois Fok Sale. I shall offer for Sale a number of town lists in the town of Monticello the seat of Juji uce for White Tounley on the 28th and 29th instant. J Herc will l c a credit of six twelve and eighteen months Given on the Purchase Money. Join Balir agent for White county. April 5, is ?. 3t27 notice. The subs Etil ers to tiie Bridge s Reet and Mic Itigan Road free Bridge Are hereby no lifted by order of the Board of directors o said Bridge that the subscribers pay one fifth part of the amount sul it cried to j. Viii us treasurer for a a Aid Board on the first mondays in May june july August and september next ensuing. Joseph Corbet pres t. April 4,1837. 273t Orolim amp Poe James Stoilo returns his thanks to his friends and the Public for their former Patron Aire and informs them that he has entered in to partnership with or. We. Poe. Their shop is in the Large Frame building on Cana Street near the Wabash a few doors Abov Longlois l Guildi is where they intend keep ing on hand a of izeral assortment of furniture n. B. All those indic ted to j. Storm a inform no that their accounts Are in tie hands of ii. F. Groves Esq. For . Logan it port april 15, 18.37. 27notice. Those persons Yho Are indebted to me either by Noie or Book accounts contract previous to the by january last must Ca and 8, tel. By the isl Day of May or they i find their accounts in the hands of an of ii for collection. H. Esselle or. Logansport Phil 17. 137, 1 5 3 1 5 2 15 n i old sup. Wine sup. S. Mai. Do m. Mad. Do. Sup. Rodiez do. Sweet Malaga do. Dry do. Mountain do. Alexander Tamilia Allwood John Anthorny Joseph Atkinson William Ball Eliza 3all John c. Suzan Phebe Jaldir John Beeson d. Road we. Blackburn Thos. Maker Smith Trunck Francis c. Kunner Michael Bostwick Oliver Boht Jacob Boocher John Bryant Adran Branson David Bilderbock Thomas Bishop Natl aii Burnes Michael Bell Robert Clark George 2 Culey William Clou iid David Cesscy John Cornwell Thos. Campbell Daniel cookes Richard Corey Nathan Conner Eli 2 Corbit Hinry r. Calfrey James Caldwell Eunice Cline Andrew Cooper John Cook l. Dubois John Dah Evan William Dickey Samuel Dickson Musk Davis Nancy s. Dewest Henry deems John Dearl Daniel deringer Nelson Douglas John Davis Thos. C. Dale or. Everley Rachael Essick Samuel Ellsworth or Green Larne or Mary Mcavay John Murdock we. Myers we. Marshall Henry Middaugh John k. Mendenhall Miles Mckinney r. Mccue Michael Mcclane Thos. A. Miller Martin Murphy Williim Mck an James Martin Mary l. Mcdonnel Frincis Martindale Thos. Murphy s. Mckee Washington Manin Thos. Murphy f. Mcgoom Martin 3 Madans John 4 Nanna John Naff Jonathan Neff Mary null John Nison James Newberry join new Romigh John Neal Israel Neff William Obrien Patrick Maslott petes Polke Charles Parker Elias Philips Silas Pool John d. Palms f. Peltier Alex. I Philips amp Allamoore Patterson j. S. 4 Richison George Rodgers Harrison Reader John or Mcnally. Riley Joshua William Reed find Ley Rock John Riley Michael 3 Doz. Gronseth Champ wine. 4 quot Lafayette do do. 4 quot Lia Valt. Do do. 4 quot Eagle do do. 3 quot Peacock do. Do. 5000 f. Moreno cigars 3000 Lagi Timos 2000 old Havanna do. 1000 sup. Spanish do. 150 boxes Melee do. 5 Doz. East India Pepper sauce 8 Doz Lemon syrup. N. B. Produce of All kinds will be kept constantly on hand such As flour pork Bacon butt a lard drugs apples and peaches w Iti the Beans Etc. Etc. Canal contractors and others wishing to Purchase articles in our line Are respectfully requested to Call. Iash paid for All kinds of produce. Forwarding and commission business will be promptly Atte tided to. Logansport april 1st, 1837. 26 Dunstan Nicholas Freeland Mary Finch George Ford James Gibson Isabel Grady Judy Gahagan Thady Gourley Emiline Gwinn David Glenner James Garson Vincent Goodman Joseph lust received bbl vinegar. 20 do ale. By Spencer amp Ganson. Notice. My wife Catharine having Lei my bed and Board without any just cause or provocation 1 hereby forewarn idl persons from harbouring or crediting her on my account As no debts contracted by her will be paid by me after the Date of this notice. Reuben Howes. April 13, 1837. 3tp Hunter Andrew 2 Howe Luke 2 Hays Jacob Hanse John Howard c. Hood James Howell Richard Hubbell 11. B. Johnson we. Johnson Tommas Johnson Lydia Johnson James Johnson l. P. Jabes or. Keeman John Kelly William b. Kendle Ewell Kart William lame Union Leeville Robert Christian Littell Alfred april 1st, 1837. Shannon James James Smith Joan Smith Joseph Smith George Scott Maha la Stout Solomon Sloss Francis Stacy p. Samis Peter Stanley Samuel steel Samuel Stanley Charles or j Cofman. Smith we. R. Skelton Jeremiah Sellers John Shields Arnet steel John Simon John wanted will Grove a a notice a Bald be received at the. Office of r. F. Elt a. Until thursday 27th in for furnishing eleven thousand feet of Hen Lim her to be used in building thed River and Michigan Load Bridge. A description of Tho Kiml of Timber required can be seen by Call no at r. F. Groves Osce. Irillis amp Graffius. Logansport. April 17 1837 27-3t . The partnership heretofore existing under the firm of Higgins amp Madeira was dissolved on this Day by Mutual consent. All persons indebted to said firm Are requested to Settle their accounts with a. Higgins and those having claims against the firm win present them to him for adjustment. A. Higgins. John Madeira. Logansport april 15, 1837. A. Higgins inform his friends and customers that he will continue to carry on the tinning business at the old stand on Bridge st., when All articles in Bis Una May be bad of it reas Roabie Temkin apprentice to the baking business a ouch from 14 to 16 years Osage one from the country would be preferred. Coulson amp Clem. Logansport Myrll 17 1837. 27-lf list of letters. Remaining in the Post office at Peru Miami county Indiana on the 1st Day of april 1837, which will be sent to the general Post office As dead letters if not taken out previous to the 1st Day of july next. Abraham Eliza Austin Isaac b. Baldwin Enos Baggs David Bloom Guy Brady or. Or Thos. Allen Bell Thomas Clymer Joseph Clingenpeel John Clingenpeel Nathaniel Clelland Charles Cox Jonathan i. Coffin Isaac n. Cook Eli Cassiar David Duke miss Eliza Ann 2 Douglass Franklin Daud Alfred dal ton Dennis Ennis James 2 Fouts Mitchael Forgy a. Garner James p. Gallaher Jacob Hester William Harvey George m. Herman Joe. Jarvis Patrick Lowe chaises s. Leedy Abraham Mur Doti Charles 2 Mitchell Ord Murphy Margaret Nelson Admiral Pearson Thomas prise Lemon Pise John v. Price Isaac Reed Joseph stubble old Janes sri with John Thornburgh Joseph pc Rosalya Jesse Williams Jersel Widnes Moses b. Wynkoop Adrian Zook John Davis Eli Dolan Philip 3 Fenimore Mathew Gray William George Thomas Hawes Henry Hunter John lec Benjamine m Cly Era judge Murphy Patrick Murphy John Piersol Jacob plasters John Pillors Samuel Ryker Jacob s. Shields Owen 3 Tucker Mashek Wade Zephaniah Wiseman John Samuel Pike p. Peru ind. April 1st 1837. 27 list of letters remaining in the Post office at treaty ground Wabash county state of Indiana on the first Day of March 18375 which if not to Ken out by Tho 30th Day of june next will be sent to the general Post office As dead letters. Grocery amp Mauor s is Liss a South East Corner of the Public Square Lafayette ind. R. Amp a but Hartin have just received a splendid Stock of groceries and liquors also an elegant Stock of glassware All of which they will sell on As Good terms As they can be bought in the want Ash country. F Lafayette March 13,1837. 26 d. D. informs his clients and friends hat he will be absent at the East until about the 1st of july next. His partner s. S. Tip on Esq. Will in tie mean time attend to All business entrusted to his or their joint care Logansport March 23,1837. Jt26 information wanted. Any person who can give information of a person by the name of Samuel c. Stockbridge by letter or any other Way to his friends in Ciu Cismati Ohio or to Daniel Embrey Logansport will do them a great favor by so doing. The above named is about five feet 8 or 10 inches High has dark red hair and some Little freckled and is Between Tho age of 27 and 28 years. He left his wife three children an friends some time last june in Luzerne county Pennsylvania with the intention of meeting them some place on the Ohio River in the fall. He wrote to his Frie rids some time in August last slating he was at work on the canal near Logansport stale of Indiana and mailed his letter at that place and requested an answer directed to him there which was done and it yet Rem wins in the office at Logansport and has never been called for. Any one knowing of the above named person and will Forward intelligence of him to the subscriber in Cincinnati Ohio will do Hia family and friends a great favor. Calvin . Printers in Indiana and Illinois would Confer a favor by giving the above a few insertions. 25 a m u Thorp w. L. Toggart Daniel Thomas James 2 Todd Moses or James Wiley veil Ndrew Vosburgh Abram Woodward Lewis Kiuon f. Wider Jeremiah Whitley Orlow 2 Williams Jesse Williams l. Williams amp Martin Wyley we. Wright Martin weight Catharine Williams we. Williams John Watson Moses c. Carter. P. Broth John h. Bird Oehmig 2 Carpenter Isaac Curry James Deeter Isaac Devero we. Duffy Hugh Donaldson we. Or Dunning Stphen p. Ditlev James f to Gibben Thomas Graut William Garner Peggy Reiley James Rogers Susanna Stewart William Swift John f. Thompson Abram Swai tii s Panacea. For scr Fula or King s evil Supli Ilijic or Mir curial diseases Ehennia Tisani ulcer us sores White swell iii diseases of the liver and skin general debility and diseases arising from an impure state of the blood. This Medicine has the Ein ular Fortune a just tribute to its great and Introit in Merit of by Jig recommended by the most celebrated practitioners of Medicine in the United states and elsewhere. It has been introduced into London wit i Success and As a general remedial agent of great alterative Powers promises to be extensively used there. It gives tone and rigor to the system dissipating the dec Retina which occasion eruptions upon the skin and causes the blood to flow freely through the Veine. After a Long use of Calomel or bark there is no Ling in the whole Materia Maudica which will so soon restore the system to the natural Eian Dard of health. Prepared at Swain s Laboratory South seven near Chesnut Street Pivia Delphiia and Pold by Wiltsie amp Jet Foj we a Furley Isaac Wielart George James . March 30th 1836. 27�?3w to to let the store and cellar adjoining Warner s tavern on Markct-st., with the front room in the second Story. The store is fitted up with a counter and shelves and is a Good business land. Apply to in. A. Cowdrey. Logansport March 22, 1837. La persons uii owing tut Nir elves indebted 10 the late firm of Illiams amp Hanna Are requested make Infra Adirato payment As Tho decease of Ames Williami renders a settlement of the firm business absolutely necessary this l4th of february ss7. Hugh Hanna 4t20 surviving r 05-look at this. those who Tiow Lair Selvet indebted to the late firm of Hubbell amp a Cannon by note will do themselves As Well As the subscriber a favour by calling at r. F. Grove s settling the same within a reasonable time. N. B. The subscriber has not taken this course to make Cost but by cause he expects to be absent a considerable length of time. Geo. Cannon. Logansport april 15, 1837, 27tf notice. The stockholders of the eel River and Michigan Road Bilge company will recollect that the second instalment of Stock became due on the first Day of this month. The directors have ordered the treasurer to Call on cach individual once if practicable and if payment was not made to commence suit i Stanter. Those who have neglected to a their Fiirst instalment will surely not 00k for further indulgence. Thos. J. Wilson treat orc school land for Sale. The school Seciliot no. 16, t. 27, n. R. 1 West will be offered for Sale at the court House door in the town of Logansport Cass county on the 1st Day of june next in Separ it the lots according to a division and Survey of the same made by to e trustees of the said township a plat of which will be Hexhi listed on the Day of Sale by the undersigned school commissioner for the county aforesaid. J. In. Kintner commissioner. March 28, 1837.�?26ts peek a. has opened an office for the practice of the Law in All of the slate courts in Market st. Over the store of Candler a amp. Mudge and will faithfully attend to any business entrusted to his care within the Vicinity of Logansport. For he present his office hours will be from 9 to 12 a. And from 2 to 5 p. Durini the most of the Rem tinder of the Day he will be found at his House on the Hill. I Logansport March 31, 137. 26 took out Mill weights the undersigned will give a contract to any millwright of Good character is a first rate Mechanic at the business to build a saw Mill at feeder dam no. 1, on the Wabash at Peru two and a half Miles below Huntington the Mill is to be constructed on a Good substantial plan for2 saws any person who wishes to contract for the above will apply to Jesse Virmilya. To Aasu ,18,l837. 35-3t taken up. By Lewis Thomas living in Miami township Cass Cotty Indiana an Estmay sorrel horse supposed to to 13 years old with a Star in his forehead and Hind feet Wiite no brands or other Maiks perceivable appraised to $27,50 and also an stray sorrel horse Colt supposed to he one year old this Spring appraised at $7,50, by William a efts and John b. Morgan. 1 do certify the above to be a True copy from my stray Book. Lewis Bowyer j. P. April 3d. 1837. C5- of Vynios ail Liv l Ion i is co that All who know themselves to have been indebted to the subscriber for the last two or three years should Call and pay up. Thi is the last notice but one . G. T. Bostwick. April 1, 1837. 25 of canal House. The subscriber respectfully informs his Friend i and the Public that he has opened tavern stand in West Logan Cass county ind anti where he will be Able to accommodate All Tho a who May favor him with their custom. There is on the premises a Gooc stable a Wagon Yard and lot for the accommodation of drovers. Every exertion will be made to Render satisfaction to customers ant travellers. John Waymire. March 3l 1837.�?3t26 50 Reward. Broke from my custody on the night of the 7th inst., on Board the Steamboat Hunter about three Miles below Perrysville one Thomas Laremore. Said Larimore is about thirty years of age about six feet in height dark hair and eyes had on when he left no hat Cordroy Short coat Calico shirt and laced boots two front Teeth out though to be the upper. Said Larimore was on his Way to the state prison from Cass co. He was sentenced for the term of four years. I will give the above Reward to any person or persons that will Lodge said Larimore in any jail in this state and notify me at Logansport Cass co., Indiana. Job b. Eldridge March 1837. Sec of Cass. Co. S hereby Given that tiie undersigned have taken out letters of administration of the estate of Ames William Bue deceased. All having claims against this estate Are requested to present them duly authenticated Aad All knowing themselves indebted to come Forward and Settle. N. B. The estate is supposed to be solvent this 14th of february 1837 Olive Williams administer matrix. And Hugn Hanna j w Wright 5 4t20fire a help one Indiana Mutual fire insurance company. Chart fined Jan taut 30lh, 1837. Office no. 11. j building opposite Brown s hotel Indianapolis directors. James Blake Indianapolis Samuel Merrill James m. Rav Charles w. Cady Oliver h. Smith Connersville. George a a a. Dunn Lawrence Burgh. Henry p. Thornton new Albany. James Collinsjr. A John Law Vincennes James Blake president and treat. User. Charles w. Cady Secretary. This company being fully organized is now ready to receive applications for insurance. Every person who insures in this company becomes a member of it with All the Pii vile ges incident to any corporation and is immediately interested in its general Extension and prosperous condition. The assumed at the time of making his application for insurance is required to give his promissory obligation called the Premium note without interest Tho amount of which is determined by the gum insured and he Hazard of the risk on which note he pays five per cent in Advance. No fur that payment is required unless losses should occur during the period of six years this being the term for which policies Are issued at Witch time assessments Are made equitably upon All he notes sufficient to cover such losses to insure a Huil Dinn of thy Best class of risks to the amount of one to Tousand dollars the assured would give his note for 40 dollars five per cent of which paid in Advance two dollars and one Dollar for tie policy would make Only Thieo dollars for i firs pay ment. Of the policy runs for six years Gucci personal trouble and anxiety arc saved to the assured in not Heitzig required o a take annual renewals of the insurance. The company insure two thirds of the estimated value of buildings and one half of personal property. Mutual insurance has been found by Long experience in Many parts of he United Stales to be the safest and Cli Capist method whether prosperous or Adverse Fortune attends ita operations. Risks which in Slock companies have Cost from 90 to 106 cents on Erich Liun dred dollars insured have Cost Mutual companies but from 10 to 20 Cen is on the same a mount insured and at this rate for seven years in succession. This method of insurance is Well adapted to the Peculiar situation and interests of Tho state of Indiana i its great dispersion of the risks and insurances can readily be out nixed and consequently less liability to Large losses. Every insurer is therefore invited to give this subject mature consideration and thus ascertain the benefits which May be secured by the general operations of Liis comr Pany throughout the state. Agents will be appointed in different parts the state immediately. Any information which May be wanted can be of aimed by addressing the Secretary. Blank applications will be sent wherever requested. The company most earnestly solicit Tho attention of the Public generally to the objects of its association and sincerely Hope that All will step foward Early and receive As Well As contribute to the benefits which must arise from Mutual indemnity for losses of fire. By order of the Board of directors. Charles w. Cady Secretary. Orr. Pryor is agent of this company for Cass county. Notice. Notice is hereby Given that the partner slip heretofore existing Between the undersigned and Thomas Scott under the firm of Wilson and Scott on sections 153 and 147, on the Wabash and Erie canal has been dissolved by the said Scott assenting himself Ironi this part of the cot try within a few Days last past and that i shall proceed to wind up the affairs of Sai j partnership As the remaining partner. Alexander Wilson. Feb. 22, 1837. Mum cath of Mumm just Pui a listed on the roman Catholic religion. Between Alexander Camp Bill of Ethany a and the it. Rev. b. Purcell Bish. Of Cincinnati. Wanting. He subscribers will give four dollars a Cord for Good Black Oak dark and three dollars and fifty cents for White Oak delivered to us from to lib prurient time until the list of september next and one Dollar and fifty cents for bark carded within four or five Miles of this place. Skelton amp Carter. Logansport feb. 13, 1837. Administrator s notice. Notice is hereby Given Liat idler of admit istra Tiou have l Ern granted to tic upon the Perser i a estate of Daniel Dale. Or. Late of Tbs county and Sigite of Loii Iana dec d. A those indented to said estate will plea a cal upon Iho iii designed Ini Nedi Tyty and Settle Trio demands of said estate against Vliem and Trio so liar ing claims against said estate vill please present and Nithe Licate item. Said estate is Suppus sed to be ans Alverit. Notice is also Given that a talc of the personal properly of said estate consisting in part of two Lior ses one coir one Wagon plastering tools Ono sett of harness and household furniture will Talio place at tie former beside acc of lii deceased in Logansport on the 18th Day of Marc i 1837, at Loo clock la of said Day when and Obero the up Dio Are invited to attend. Eli Dale adm. . Be. 10. We the undersigned having sold and conveyed to j. A. James and co. Of Cincinnati for a certain sum per copy to be paid by them to us or to our order and to be appropriated to two Public charitable publishing lie Reli Ion held in the Sycamore Street me eting House Cincinnati from the Isth tothe 2ltot Janu Ary 1837, inclusive Between ourselves and taken Down by reporter employed by the said j. A. James amp co., and revised corrected it and approved by us do hereby make known that the edition or editions published by j. A. James amp co., or by their authority and revved by us be considered Purcell by. Of civic innate. Alex Ondek Campbell. Cincinnati feb. ,l>r37. To those who Purchase by the Quantity a Liberal discount will be allowed. All orders addressed to us will be promptly attended to. J. A. James amp co., publishers Cincinnati. Proposals will be received for building a saw Mill in West Lokant also for making five Hundred thousand Brick in same place both to a done is Early next Spring As the season will admit. For specification of Mill and particulars about Brick Yard Wood &c., Neppl to we. F. Petersen at Washington Hall or Cyrus Taber. Logansport sept. I836. A Ujj Market. Provisions Bear a Good Price Here and Are generally in demand. A four per barrel. 00. Corn meal per Bushel a w 75 potatoes apples Green do. Dried beef per la. Pork do Bacon do lard do Batter do do do do

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