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Logansport Canal Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 14, 1827, Logansport, Indiana I s i i. Ilia following message was revived from tiie president of the United state on Thure Dav dec. 22. Message to the House of representatives of the United states. During the last session information was Given to Congress by the executive that measures had been taken to ascertain quot the political military and civil condition of i now submit for your consideration extracts from the report of the agent who had been appointed to collect it relative to the condition of that country. No Steps have been taken by the executive towards the acknowledgement of the Independence of Texas and the whole subject would have been left without further remark on the information now Given to Congress were it not that the two houses at their last session acting separately passed resolutions quot that the Independence of Lexas ought to be acknowledged by the United states whenever satisfactory information should be received that it had in successful operation a civil government capable of performing the duties and fulfilling the obligations of an Independent this Mark of interest in the Independence of Texas and indications of the views of Congress make it proper that i should somewhat in detail present the ground previously taken in the contest Between Mexico and Texas. The acknowledgement of a new state As Independent and entitled to a place in the family of nations is at All times an act of great delicacy and responsibility but More especially so when such state has forcibly separated itself from another of which it had formed an and which still claims Dominion it. A premature recognition under integral part Over listed character for fair and impartial dealing but on this is on every trying oct Ion Octy u to be found in a rigid adherence to Princi plea in the contest Between Spain and her revolted colonies we stood aloof and waited not Only until the ability of the new states to protect themselves was Fuhry established but until the danger of their being again subjugated had entirely passed away. Then and not till then were they recognized. Such was our course in regard to Mexico the same policy was observed in All the disputes growing out of the separation into distinct governments of these. Spanish american states who began or carried on the contest with the Parent country United under one form of government. We acknowledged the separate Independence of new Grenada of Venezuela and of Ecuador Only after their Independent existence was no longer a subject of dispute or was actually acquiesced in by those with whom they had been previously United. It is True that with regard to Texas the civil authority of Mexico has been expelled its invading army Defeated the chief the Republic himself captured and All present Power to control the newly organized government of Texas annihilated within its confines. But on the other hand there is in appearance at least an immense disparity of physical Force on the Side of Mexico. The mexican Republic under another executive is rallying its forces under anew Leader and menacing a fresh invasion to recover its lost Dominion. Upon the Issue of this threatened in Visioned the Independence of Texas May be considered As suspended and were there tithing Peculiar in the relative situation of the United states and Texas our acknowledgement of its Independence at such a crisis could scarcely be regarded As consistent with communicated editors of the Telegraph gentlemen a by publishing that part of the quot act providing Means Abr the Wabash and Erie canal quot approved february 1st, 1834, which imposes a penalty upon every person who May make an quot improper use of the towing path quot Yon May save some of the citizens of the county a tax of three dollars As i understand the Law will be rigidly enforced against every offender particularly against such As drive carts or carriages of any kind upon it. There appears to be no objection to the travel of horsemen upon it. The following Are the sections referred to Sec. 19. Every person who shall Lead drive or ride any horse of or mule or other animals upon the towing path or berm Bank of the Wabash and Erie canal except for the purpose of towing boats or other floating materials upon the Waters thereof and except for the purposes of conveying articles to arid from said canal for transportation on the Waters of the same or their delivery at their place of Desti nation shall forfeit for every Suh offence the sum of three dollars Sec. 20. If any person or Hhall wilfully and maliciously break throw Dowel by destroy any lock Bank waste Weir Aqueduct or Culvert belonging to said canal such pers on or persons shall for every such offence be deemed guilty of a Misdemeanour and on conviction thereof before the circuit court of the proper county be sentenced to imprisonment in the Penitentiary at hard labor for any time not less than one nor More than five yearn and moreover shall be liable to pay All the damages sustained in consequence of said offence. Sec. 21. That for All damages done to the said canal or to any Vork connected therewith any of the canal commissioners the principal Engineer or the assistant Engineer having charge of the line where the offence May be committed shall be authorised to sue the offender or offenders in the name of the state of Indiana ii any court having competent jurisdiction and if a verdict or judgment shall be Given against any person or persons for such damages the plaintiff shall recover the same with full costs of suit. Overhall Jackson Prince David Patty Samuel Pasley e l Petty John Jacob Reader John Rogers Marcelon reasoners James ii realer James roamers Marmion o Orr Thomas k p Patterson Richard Pate Amster Perrine Andrew Putnam h a 3 r Redman Louisa Reed William Reed Adarnia r Rush John Rogers Jane roes William s Skelton Jeremiah Sweney John shall Henry Smith j ii Seward Dudley Seward Amos d Smith Alexander Scott Samuel steel Samuel Shaffer George Stephenson Nathaniel r Stockbridge amp in l c synth ii William Smith Jesse Sharp Samu h scantling William Sheridan Michael steel Joseph 2 Scott James Stumbaugh David so habit of the receipts and expenditures of the county of Cass state of Indiana from the 7th Day of november 1835 to the 7th Day of november 1836, inclusive. Receipts at the Treasury. To amount received past year from store tavern and grocery licenses 1,322,50 to amount in collector s hands for the year Leisg 3,572,43 4,864,95 payments at trip usury. By amount county orders produced and cancelled $1,406,99 by amount treasurer s per centum on actual receipts 71,32 these circumstances if not looked upon As justifiable cause of War is always liable to be regarded As a proof of an unfriendly spirit to one of the contending parties. All questions relative to the government of foreign nations whether of the old or new world have been treated by the United states As questions of fact Only and our predecessors have cautiously abstained from deciding upon them until the clearest evidence was in their Possession to enable them not Only to decide correctly hut to shield their decision from every unworthy imputation. In All the contests that have Arisen out of the revolutions of France out of the disputes relating to the Crown of Portugal and Spain out of the revolutionary movements in those kingdoms out of the separation of the american possessions of both from the european governments and out of the numerous and constantly occurring struggles for Dominion in Spanish America so wisely consistent with our just principles has been the action of our government that we have under the most critical circumstances avoided All censure and encountered no other evil than that produced by transient estrangement of Good will in those against whom to have been by Force of evidence compelled to decide. It has thus been made known to the world that the uniform policy and practice of the United states is to avoid All interference in disputes which merely relate to the internal government of other nations and eventually to recognize the authority of the prevailing party without reference to our particular interests and views or to the merits of the original controversy. Public opinion Here is so firmly established and Well understood in favor of this policy that no serious disagreement has Ever Arisen amongst ourselves in relation to it although brought under review in a variety of forms and at periods when the minds of the people were greatly excited by the agitation of topics purely Domestic in their character. Nor has any deliberate enquiry Ever been instituted in Congress or in any of our legislative bodies As to whom belonged the Power of originally recognizing a new state a Power the exercise of which is equivalent under some circumstances to a declaration of War a Power nowhere expressly delegated and Only granted in the Constitution As it is necessarily involved in some of the great Powers Given to Congress in that Given to the president that prudent Reserve with which we have Tucker James Thompson William Trimble William s Thomas James tar Keling Jolin Van Landt John t Tanner William Turner Harmon Turner Joshua turned Godaire Taylor George w v i gigs Josiah o at heretofore held ourselves bound to treat All similar questions. But there Are circumstances in the relations of the two countries which require us to act on this occasion with even More than our wonted caution. Texas was once claimed As a part of our property and there Are those among our citizens who always reluctant to Alvandon that claim cannot but regard with solicitude the Prospect of the re Union of the territory to this country. A Large proportion of its civilized inhabitants Are emigrants from the United states speak the same language with ourselves cherish the same principles political and religious and Are bound to Many of our citizens by ties of Friendship and Kindred blood and More than All it is known that the people of that country have instituted the same form of government with our own and have since the close of your last session openly resolved on the acknowledgement by us of their Independence to seek for admission into the Union As one of the Federal states. This last circumstance is a matter of Peculiar delicacy and forces upon us considerations of the gravest character. The title of Texas to the territory she claims is identified with her she asks us to acknowledge that title to the territory with an expressed and an avowed design to treat immediately of its Transfer to the United states. It becomes us to beware of a too Early movement As it might subject us however unjustly to an imputation of seeking to establish the claim of our neighbors to a territory with a View to its subset arrival and departure of mails Logansport. Indianapolis. Arrives tues lays Thuri Days and saturdays. 6 p. Departs mondays wednesdays and fridays 5 a. A Laporte. Arrives tuesdays thursdays and saturdays 6 p. Departs mondays wednesdays and fridays 5 a. Lafayette. Arrives mondays wednesdays and fridays 6 p. Departs sundays tuesdays and thursdays 5 a. Fort Wayne. Arrives mondays and fridays 6 up. Departs tuesdays and fridays f a. The office at Logansport will 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 g to 0 p. On sundays. C. Carter p. List of letters Rema Ning in the Post office at Logansport la in the 3ist Day of december. If not taken out before the 31st of March 1837, will be sent to the general Post office As dead letters. A Alford 11 a 3 Anthony Joseph Allen Sylvester 2 Atchison Anthony Allwood John and Senate to form treaties with foreign Powers and to appoint ambassadors and other Public ministers and in that conferred upon the president to receive ministers from foreign nations. In the preamble to the Resolution of the House of representatives it is distinctly intimated that the expediency of recognizing the Independence of Texas should be left to the decision of Congress. In this View on the ground of expediency i am disposed to concur and do not therefore consider it necessary to express any opinion As to the strict constitutional right of the executive either apart from or in conjunction with the Senate Over the subject. It is to be presumed that on no future occasion will a dispute arise As none has heretofore occurred Between the executive and the legislature in the exercise of the Power of recognition. It will always be considered consistent with the spirit of the Constitution and most Safe that it should be exercised when probably leading to War with a previous understanding with that body by whom War can alone be declared and by whom All the provisions for sustaining its perils must be furnished. Its submission to Congress which represents in one of its branches the states of the Union and in the other the people of the United states where there May be reasonable ground to apprehend so grave a consequence would certainly afford the fullest satisfaction to our own country and a perfect guarantee to All other nations of the Justice and prudence of the measures which might be adopted. In making these suggestions it is not my purpose to relieve myself from the responsibility of expression in my own opinions of the course the interests of our country prescribe and its Honor permits us to follow. It is scarcely to be imagined that a question of this character could be presented in relation to which it would be More difficult for the United states to avoid exciting the jealousy of other Powers and maintain their Stab quent acquisition by ourselves. Prudence therefore seems to dictate that we should stand aloof and maintain our present attitude if not until Mexico itself or one of the great foreign Powers shall recognize the Independence of the new government at least until the lapse of time or the course of events shall have proved beyond Cavil or dispute the ability of the people of that country to maintain their separate sovereignty and to uphold the government constituted by them. Neither of the contending parties can justly complain of this course. By pursuing it we Are but carrying out the Long established policy of our government a policy which has secured to us respect and influence abroad and inspired Confidence at Home. Having thus discharged my duty by presenting with Simp City and directness the views which after much reflection i have been led to take of this important subject i have Only to add the expression of my Confidence that if Congress shall differ with me upon it their judgment will be the result of dispassionate prudent and Wise deliberation with the Assurance that during the Short time i shall continue connected with the government 1 shall promptly and cordially unite with you in such measures As May be deemed Best fitted to increase the Prosperity and perpetuate the peace of our favored country. Andrew Jackson. Washington dec. 21, 1836. Bull Squire Barnes Thomas Bradford h s Barnes John Baker Smith Brown Solomon Butler James Bronso amp iii iii a Brown win h 3 Burnett John 2 Conradd David Best William 2 Bowman. Jacob Bell Harvey l Barnett Samuel Burnes George Beeson David w Baird Lyman Burnet Abram b 4 Beard Jesse 2 Bennet Thornton c Chambers Maxwell Cunningham William con Kay h a Cullen g w s Covert Bel Sheld Cobler John Chambers or Conghlin John d Denison James 2 Douglass j t 3 Davis Edwin Deford Thomas deems John we Are in formed on competent authority that there is now in Mexico an amount of Ore valued at fifty million of dollars remaining useless on the surface on account of the Scarcity of quicksilver the process of smelting depending in a great degree upon an adequate Supply of that Gazette. Field Otis Fanell Patrick Fay Charles Gila land John Gorman Edward Garden James Galigan Daniel Gridley Timothy Gill Jacob Haworth Nathaniel Howard William Harper William Howell Richard Hanna Samuel a citizen of North Carolina a few years since petitioned the legislature for exemption from taxes because his wife then living had borne him Twenty nine children most of whom he had educated. One other Case has been reported in this country which the same married pair had thirty . Gaz. Gold mining in correspondent of the Richmond enquirer says a quot the Gold mining interest promises fair to be a very important one to the Commonwealth of Virginia. I have seen an estimate recently made by gentleman Well informed of the state of the mining operations and of the preparations now making to enlarge them which leave but Little room to doubt that by the Middle of summer the products of the Virginia mines will be equal to the rate of five Hundred thousand dollars per , of itself will contribute greatly to the soundness of banking operations and the Protection of the people from the mischief of an extended paper Jackson James Jennings Reuben Iris William Kelsor John s Kelly James la Rose Noah s Landry John Lemen Jas Alex Long Christian Lathrop Jun id Divis Greenberry Donahoe Patrick Delano Alonzo Daniel b l e Edward Robert r Flaningan Anson fix William Foster Alpheus 2 6 Gill Ana Edward Greaves Solomon Garden Obadiah Green Benjamin Godden a Gard Stephen 3 h Hart Timothy Haas Susan m Hart Edwin d Hollerback or Hinton John Hughs John j Johnson John p Johnson l p Jennings Samuel w k key Marlin Kinder David kanaday Sidney l Laughlin Sharp Linton amp Irwin Lawrence a n Lowman George Laughlin John m m Myers John Mongomery Joseph Malone Robert Mcarthur Joseph Mackner Barney Mcclure Sam l Mcglone Peter Moore Eliu h Marsey Nathan Miller Michael Miller Ben c. Medangh John k Marshall John Minton Sam l Morehead Henry a Murphy Patrick Mcclarmon Solomon Murray Michael Mcvey John Mcvey Samuel n Nesbet Caroline Narcey Anthony Newberry John Wyman Henry Wall William n Willis Lansing it Woodhouse Philip Wolf Daniel 2 Watts John Whitney Orlo Williams Jesse Weaver George Willis Edward nation masses White Nathaniel Williams William Ward Samuel a Lincy Dewey 2 Whitney Joshua 7 Samuel Wilson Walter 3 y Younkin Frederick c. Carter p. Logansport january 1, 1s37. Lis r of letters it chaining in the Post office at Peru Miami county Indiana on the 31st Day of december 1830, which if not taken out previous to the 1st Day of april 1837 will be sent to the general Post office As dead letters i expenditures. For grand and Petit jurors $325,00 kor county commissioners 167,21 for supervisors viewers and Chain carriers 88,47 for associate judges 73,00 for printing �,25 for sheriff s and clerks extra ser vices 210,80 for bailiffs to circuit court and jurors 48.50 keeping prisoners 13�o,62 for and taking census 220,00 for inspectors of elections 6, for county Surveyor. 70,00 for bearer of poll books 75 for Blank books and stationary 99,92 for paupers amp cd. 515,20 a for tvo Large chairs for clerk s i of Ico 8,00 i or putting floor in clerk s office 28,00 for work done and articles fur i wished the jail 51,00 i painting Man if in clerk s office 0,00 i fur Wood Lor clerk s a face 56,18 1 for making two a Bridges 58,34 for making plans and Bills for court House. 30,00 for Pav to Coroner for inquest 10,00 i for Roums Etc. Furnished ici it jurors 8,00 for making map for Cass county 20,00 for sundry for court ii ouse 16,00 for furnished cais co 15,37 3,416,64 taken tip. By Wylli amp a Grant quot of Liberty township Wabash county Indiana on the 6th Day of december 1836 one sorrel Mare supposed to a eight years old fifteen hands High a Large Star Iri , Saddle Marks and Collar Marks also one shoe on her fore loot feet inclining to be White night other Marks or brands perceivable appraised to Twenty five Dollar by us this i7th dec. 183u. Henry a Mcpherson Lucas Morgan. I do hereby c certify that Liis is a tru it Opy from my Book of strays we. R. Hall j. P. 2,26g,c7 balance in Treasury,�?1,149,97 sa31u al Ward n a t11 Aniel vv1 it. Iams Alexander Ismith Tosto a. B. La meet. Clerk. Coin is. 10 drs. Abbot Nathaniel Beroth Jacob Beard Alexander Burris James Berchau Francis Sumerson Robert Campbell b Joseph Clark David Davis English Robert or Jas Shehadi Eidson Barney Ennis James Ferree John Fisher Mary Ann George Thomas Hale John Hale John Leavell Richard leave Revan 2 la Nley Isaac Lanner James Mil Slagh Samuel Myers Jesse Nisbet w d o brine Michael Oldham John Petty James Potter w p Ryker t Jacob Reiley Samuel Reed John Stitt Archibald Smith Ezra Tucker Mashack Vanert c William Williamson Phebie Ann Wilson Samuel Wilson William Wallace Blair amp co. Wilson Caton Samuel Pike p. Litle amp j Ero am an have opened a apothecary amp drug a a i in Logansport., on a Larket s taken up. By William Grant of Harrison township Cass county Indiana one stray red cow with a White belly and a White spot on her Rump and a Small Star in her forehead supposed to be seven or eight years old marked with a half crap off the Imper Sid quot a of the Righter and a Hole in the left no other Marks or brands perceivable appraised to eleven dollars by Joshua Garrett and Lipscy Kilgore before me this tenth Day of december. 1830. A True copy from my stray Book. James Scott j. P. _10pd__ i taken up i by James pain of Clay township. Cass i county Ohio Indiana on the 2d Day of de a Cember 183g, one red and White spotted cow i and , marked with a crop off the right i ear and a Hole in the left Point of the Ril it 1 Horn broken off about ten or twelve years nid appraised to fifteen dollars by David Guin and . A True copy taken before me i Joseph Sellers j. P. I 19pd_ taken up by Andrew Johnson in Clinton township Cass county ind. On the 3d Day of january 1837, an stray Muley cow. With a White hark and belly and Brindle sides with a Lar a Star in her forehead with a Slit and a under bit in j her if Jet ear and also an under bit on it left i car supposed to be 8 or ten years old no oui or Marks or brands perceivable App Misc to ten dollars by James Chambers and Thomas i a Buford. I i certify the above to be a True of copy Ferotti j my Estravo Hook. John p. , j. P. I9pd 0i Market Street Between messes. Vigus acid Warners taverns. Or have on lain in extensive and Panerai assortment of a i Itie drugs and Maui a Cinesi selected v. Iii much care in the East and Uliey intend constant to keep a full Supply of paints oils Glass Dye stuffs with an Assort Mienl of All popular a Patent and botanic medicines i and every Oiler Ai Lille kept in Sincli stores. 1 Asli the and j al Lulu. Asian making i tins establishment a i Nna Kieril one and hitch As tie necessities of tie Conni l y demand Tioy re i invite the patronage of play simians country Clian a and familic.-, Willi an Assurance that a a terms will 1 0 Cundar. Resonable is al any i establishment in lii . Logansport Lini iary a Mer their other 19 list of letters remaining in the pot office at treaty ground ind. On the 31sl Day of december 1836, which if not taken out before the 31st March next will be sent to the general Post office As dead letters. A o ii n h v o k t cloth eng hat c in amp shoo to Luck Samuel Lindsey James Mcdowel Williams s Murphy Andrew Mcleon Sylvanus Patterson Henry 2 Payne James a pillars Samuel read George a Rogers Susanah Ray Joseph h Richardville Madam Schnider John Stromson Joseph Seltzer Adam saults Paul v Vanduyn George Watson James Wheeler Isaac. James Sweetsir a. Treaty ground Jan. 1, 1837. Bird ochre in Burr d Esq Biel Michael Booth Robert berth let Monsieur barks George s Cassatt collector commissioners Wabash county Cook George k Coquil John Coe j r Clark Varnum Duffy Patrick Edsall Mary Hay Americus Kontz John d Suo Ulley Levi line John Lyle jul crier los opened in the Sture room tar mercy Ocon Pizii liy in. I Rover a fid and general Assort men of ready made i cd Theng is Cli ask Blue Black and Brown dress Coats i frock quot Ca Sinet Cassi incr clot i and i ii skin Pant Moleskin Beavert Cecii bang ii do. A silk velvet Satin silk and Valencia vests j cloth Cassit nere and Lal by do. Cloth Pilot cloth Blanket and Petersham Over Coats a English and Goa Shair Camlet cloaks ladies and misses Merino do. Aliso a variety of a stocks cravats suspenders gloves jul urls hoi Oins Collar Hocks of ladies fur Jippes silk and Otter hats Fine Otter Caps ladies and a gentlemen s Over shoes Etc. Etc. The Public Are Roque Send to Call and examine for i themselves. H. A. , agent i Logansport ind. January 187. 19 to Ken up. By Henry Smith living in Peru township Miami county and state of Indiana on tin 17th Dav of november 182g, on iriv Heiffer supposed to be live years old. Brow sides White face and belly White Haca Swallow Fork in the left e in a crop and Slit in the right. No other Marks or brands perceivable. Appraised to fifteen dollars by Caton Wilson and John Hunter. Sworn to and subs relied before rne this 31st Day of december d. 1836. Samuel Pike j. P. I do hereby certify the above to be a True copy from my stray Imok dec. 31st, 133i. Samuel Pike j. V. I iii i it otters of administration have been j taken out on the estate of Reuben st. Clair i deceased late of Cass county Indiana. All i persons indebted to the estate Are requested to make immediate payment and those Hon Ini claims against the estate will Lay. In their claims according to Law. The estate ii i tip pot cd to be solvent. George st. Clair. Administrator. 1837. 3t 19pd Jan. 5, s notice. The repairing of the jail quot of Cass county will be let to the lowest bidder on the first monday in february next. Those wishing to know the manner in which it must be repaired will Call at the clerk s office for a description of the some. By order of the Board j. B. Duret Elk. Logansport january 1837. 19 take up by diaries Murden Jefferson township Miami county Indiana an stray red sorrel Maui five years old a Star in her forehead 15 hands High a Small while spot in her right flank also one in her left and some Small Saddle Marks appraised to 3.5 dollars by Abraham Beard and Joseph Clymer. I certify the above to be a True copy from my stray Book. Asa Leonard 19pd j. P. Notice. There will be sold to the highest bidder on monday the 6th Day of february 1837, Between the hours of 10 o clock a. And 4 o clock p. M., at the clerk s office in the town of Logansport in sections of one mile each the opening of so much of the state Road running from Logansport to Squirrel s Village on the North Side of eel River ashes within the county of Cass said Road to be opened 40 feet wide and All the Timber under two feet in diameter to be Cut and cleared Oil leaving no stumps More than six inches from the surface together with the necessary bridging and grading. A plan and description of a the work will be made known on the Day of Sale Bond and Security will be require cd for the performance. Cyrus Taber commissioner of the three per cent fund Cass Coilty. Logansport Jan. 5, 1837. 19ts taken up by John Fletcher of Liberty township Fulton county Indiana an stray sorrel Mare supposed to be three years old next Spring with a Blaze face and one Small White spot on the left fore Jeg no other Marks or brands receivable appraised to thirty five dollars y w. H. Martin and Samuel Strong. I do certify the foregoing to be a True copy from my stray Book of the 23d, 1836. B. Brouillette,. I9pd quot quot taken up by George Bogarth of Rochester township Fulton county Indiana an stray steer with a lined Back and White belly marked with a crop off the left ear and under bit in the right appraised to nine dollars by a. Chamberlain and James Moore. I do certify the foregoing to be a True copy from my stray Book of the 20th Decemb a 1826. B. Brouillette j. I. 19p by virtue of a decree to me directed of the Allen circuit court at i hair a term a. D., 1830,1 shall offer for Sale at the door of the courthouse in the town of foil Wayne on monday the 13th Day of february next the following described property to wit South fraction of the n. E. Or. Of Section 10, town. 30. N. Of Range 12 East 74 33-100 acres. The West fraction of the s. W. Or. Of Section one in town 30, n. Of Range 12 East containing 53 71-100 acres and South til of s. E. Or. Of Sec. 2, town 30, of n. Range 12 East containing so acres. The East fraction of the s. E. Or. Of Sec. I in town 30, n. Of Range 13 East containing 74 70-100 acres. The West half of the n. W or. Of Sec. 11, town 30, Range 12 East containing 80 acres. The East half of n. E. Or. Of Sec. 14, town 30, n. Of Range 12 East containing 80 acres. The fractional Sec. 2, town .30, n. Of Range 12 East containing 110 67-100 acres. And also the following town lots in the said town of fort Wayne Viz nos. I 3, 4. 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 22, j3, 25, 26, 28, 29, 31, 66, 67, 68, 09, 73, 75, 83, 84, 86, 87, 88 and 89. The to commence Between the hours of 10 o clock a. And 4 o clock p. Of said Day and to continue from Day to Day be Iween the hours aforesaid until the whole of f a property aforesaid shall be sold Bichi property is taken As the property of John t. Barr and is to be sold to foreclose the equity of redemption of a mortgage Given by Barr on said property to Stephen Girard and is assigned to John Ferguson. J Oseph l. Swinney sheriff of Allen county. 19 my and my. E a Privi stoic returns his thanks to ins friends and the e Public for their former patronage and informs. Them that he has entered into partnership Wuh or. Lot the mass and taken the room above the c Exchange next door to Vigus b hotel. The latest Eastern fashions have just been received and customers Are assured that All work to our line will be executed with neatness and Dir ability. . 19, 1836. N. B. tailors will find employment by applying to the above firm., Logansport nov. 19, Esse i flt m it

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