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Madison Daily Banner (Newspaper) - October 3, 1851, Madison, Indiana Volume , Indiana Friday october 3, 1851. Number 105.daily Banner printed arid published by a routes amp Craigi at five dollars Imor an Fum payable quarterly in Advance. Ter Bis of advertising. Business cards not Oversia lines per 00 do. Do. Do. Do. For six months 7 50 do. Do. Do. Do. For three Inos. 5 00 one Square 12 lines or less one insertion. 50 do., each additional insertion. 25 do., one month Oathout alteration 4 00 do., two months do. Do.6 00 do., three months do. Do.8 00 larger advertisements same proportion. One Square 6 months without alteration. 12 00 do., 12 months without alteration,.18 00 each additional Square for 6 months. 6 00 each additional Square for 12 months. 8 00 one Square 6 months renewable not to average oftener than Oitice a week. 18 00 one Square 12 months renewable not to average oftener than once a week. 25 00 each additional Square for 12 months. 8 00 two squares Guan the renewable not to average oftener than once a week. 25 00 a a Chi addition Square 6 months. 6 50 no advertisements to be considered by the year unless specified on the manuscript or previously agreed upon Between the parties. Announcing candidates for Oitice is for each name. All advertisements from transient persons to be paid in Advance. Advertisements not marked on the copy for a specified number of insertions will be continued one month unless sooner discontinued and payment exacted a quot Cordingly. The privileges of yearly advertisers will be confined to their regular business and All other advertisements not pertaining to their regular business As agreed for to be paid extra. All advertisements for charitable institutions fire a con , Ward township and other Public meetings and such like to be charged half Price. Marriages and deaths inserted with out charge. Obituary notices and funeral invitations to be charged half Price. The Guilar advertisers and All others sending communications or requiring notices designed to Call attention to fairs soirees concerts or any Public entertainments where charges Are made for admittance All notices of private associations every notice designed to Call to private Euie Prises calculated or intended to promote individual ii Erest can Only be inserted witly the understanding that tic same is to be paid for. If inserted in the editorial columns which can Only be at Tjie of the the same will be charged at the rate of not less than 15 cents . Park is the Secretary of the Clifton water a company who is duly authorized to collect All the rents due the company. Feb 13 def Bounty pc Cui Piosa Itaf hts. two office March 31, 1851. N order that the Liberal views of Congress in passing the act of 28ili september Isio granting Bounty land to certain officers and soldiers who have been engaged in tiie military service of the United states May be carried out and every expense to tiie warrantees be avoided As far As p possible in obtaining the benefits granted by the gratitude of to Weir country for faithful and patriotic services and at the same time to secure to the Hardy and Enterprise iii on the Public lands the fruits of their Industry and privations tic Secretary of the Interior has directed Liat Public notice he Given to All settlers on Public lands subject to private ulry to crime Forward and file their declaratory statements Widrin thirty Days after making to Weir settlements and As required by the Preemption act of 4th september 1811, so As to secure their Preemption rights and prevent interference by the location of triese warrants. And that All a rants May be located upon the land applied for if us Lect to private Eutry on the 3d March 1851, without an affidavit As to whether said land is improved or not and after having been so located said warrants shall remain in tie hands of the land o Wieers at least forty Days if at the end of that time there is no interference by those locations with Preemption claims or otherwise the warrants will be turned to this Osce for Patent air but if there is Inch interference a new location will be made. Warrantees Cali locate their warrants on their own Preemption Rii rats where the land was proclaimed and a offered at Public Sale prior to of March 1851 and where them i mum Price of the land is More than one Dollar and Twenty five cents per acre can pay in Cash the difference Between the Cost of the land and the a amount covered by the warrant the warrant at ?1 25 per acre. No pre equip a Ion rights attach to the alternate sections reserved to the United states along tie routes of railroads and canals. Where application is made to this office by the warrantee to locate tie warrant the applicant should designate the land District Section of country or particular tract on which he wishes the location made and where the tract is specified it would be Well to it designate several other in the order in which they Are a desired that in use the tract first selected shall have been taken the warrant can be located upon the first of the others which May be vacant without further delay. In these cases the affidavit of the applicant taken before an officer competent to administer oaths that he is the identical person mentioned in the warrant must accompany the application. The same rules must be complied with where application by letter is made to the District land offices. Where such application is made by the attorney guardian executor �&c., the evidence duly certified of their authority to act must also accompany tie . By clause in 1st Section of the act making appropriations for the support of tie govern sent for the fiscal year ending 30th june 1852, approved 3d March 1831, it is enacted that no warrant for Bounty land issued under the act of 28th september 1850, or by virtue of any other act of Congress shall be located on any land which had not theretofore been brought into Market and to lion subject to private entry so that 110 land can be located under the to Siuty land Law of �?�28tii september 1850, or any other Law granting Bounty land except that which had been proclaimed find offered for Sale prior to 3d of March 1851. J. Butterfield april 19 White commission merchant wholesale 6b0ce&, and dealer in flour Folk and Frod fice generally nos. And 2 commercial Row Madison Indiana will make Liberal Cash advances on All kinds of produce shipped to him for Sale in this Market or to his friends in new Orleans or new York. Novl2lioux Aio lot Fok Sajle. I offer for Sale lot no 74, West addition Corner of Elm and third streets running Back to presbyterian Avenue. The House is Large nearly new and in Good repair with All the usual improvements got up in a Goud substantial style. Those who May wish to Purl base such property and get a Good bargain would find it Worth their attention to Call and see me. Mar 25 def w. G. Wharton. Sci it a three Storr Brick store on. Mulberry Street two doors North of second at by the subscriber to whom application May be made. April 2g def t. E. . Rit Ken up on May 27, 1851, by the subscriber i living in Shelby township Jefferson county la., a Bay Morse Black mane and Tail Oval Star on forehead and snip nose near Hind foot White up to fetlock shod All round has Somes Lilit Marks of Saddle is about fifteen hands High and from eight to ten years old. The owner by proving property and paying charges May have tie annal. 4 John land. L. Barrio to. C. G. Smaw. I c. , Sinaw do wholesale dealers in foreign and Domestic dry goods boots and shoes hats Caps bonnets &c., Jan 3 Madison Indiana cloth Bio Ellb opium. Solot vion Devennish drape hand tailor and dealer in fashionable ready made clothing South Side of main Cross Street near West. W. G. Wharton dealer i groceries Bacon and produce Corner of main Cross and Elm streets nov 2 next door to his residence d. Blackmore the. J. C. amp Hite produce forwarding and commission merchants Madison Indiana. Or warehouse fronts the Steamboat Landing Northwest Corner of West and Ohio streets. Particular attention paid to the sales of All kinds of produce hides leather amp a. Liberal arrangements and advances on consignments made. The books of Jenkins Are at the counting room of b Lac More amp Hite with d. Blackmore jr., who will close All unsettled accounts sept 25 def Bounty lands sold fees attention claims for Bounty land due to officers and soldiers in the Indian wars in the War with great Britain and in the mexican War or to the widows and heirs of such of cers and soldiers Are forwarded by the undersigned. Being connected with an agent at Washington who attends in person to these claims Fuch As Are forwarded by me Are More speedily granted than they Are Likely to be in the Ordinary Mode of transmitting them. Warrants Are also located when desired by this agent who has personally examined vacant lands of the Western land districts. Feb 6 def Jno. Lyle King. Lightn i no . Garratt amp son s Patent spiral twisted carbonized Iron lightning rods Are for Sale wholesale and retail at their store on main Cross Street one door from Poplar Lane. Mar 10 j. A. Sprigman. S. J. Came. Sprig a amp Camp forwarding amp commission merchants and produce healers nos. 21 amp 23 West front St., near the packet Landing Cincinnati Ohio. Particular attention paid to the forwarding of dry goods with out delay at cinc Indiati. Mark the goods care s. Amp c. Refer to messes. Polleys amp. Butler. Quot Swoll Sticht amp co. Sept 3 quot Fitch amp Williams. Day sa3iuel ill. Strader. . Ii. Kept. Str Heb a be Keyt commission amp forwarding merchants and prods ice healers Olio Street Between West and Mulberry Mav 3 Madison ind . Amp h. Ii. Copper and Sheet Iron \70iikers, second Street Elm and Vine opposite to messes. J. S. Amp r. E. Neal s foundry jail 21 made son Ini Uana. Siloam forwarding and commission merchant and wholesale and retail dealer in Hay Corn Oats Cornmeal chop feed Oil meal ship stuff shorts Briu Jan 18 def West Street Madison ind. G. M. Bright. A. C. Lanier. B5�zigmt amp , forwarding and commission merchants Railroad a Harf dec h blvd son Indiana. J. S. Wever. R. S. M Weyer amp m a see wholesale grocers Ano commission merchants net Madison Indiana. Nathan powei.i., com Masslon and forwarding merchant West Street , Indiana ill make Liberal advances on flow r and All kinds of produce consigned to his care or to be shipped to new Orleans. Feb 17 Dufa. Gumbl successor to Armel amp Clotton produce and Colin Missott Mercs Miu West Street Madison ind. June 7 def country merchants will find an extensive Assn Rupent of hardware cutlery direct from the Best european and american manufactories for Sale at prices astonishingly Low at h. K. Wells amp cos mar 17 sign of the padlock. D. H. Cowan k. A. Is Alding t. M. Dvelis s. R. So Aldino. Cowan by piers amp up a bings fact outs and commission and forwarding merchants no. 119 Tchou Mitoulas Street new Oil leans. Refer to messes. D. White amp co., messes. Weyer amp m Kee or to Nathan Powell Esq. Sept 9 Day water w4ter i water iii by he water company Are now ready to Supply sub i scribers on main Cross Street and also on Mulberry Between main Cross and second streets. Persons wishing to be supplied with water can learn the terms by apply Unito s. B. Sering au-1 def Secretary. People s Eine. Madison and Cincinnati packets. Wisconsin no. 2, t. T. A Rig it master. Hoosier state j. Wright master. Rrt pave Madison daily on the Anival of tie cars. Up leave Cincinnati daily at 11 o clock a. M new arrangement. On and after monday the he 24th inst., the above boats will make two regular landings in this City. One at the City wharf foot of Mulberry Street for receiving and discharging All freight for the City and the other at the Railroad wharf for passengers and freight leaving or arriving by Railroad. Every exertion will be made to accommodate All who May favor either of the above boats with their patronage. Dec 2-1 def a great objection overcome. Basnett of late has manifested unit Rizig to please his customers and patrons with Beautiful and substantial hats and As still greater evidence of this feet he has at a considerable expense now prepared himself for the manufacture of Sujie rior and fashionable silk hats that will compare with any manufactured in foreign Cit ies most favourably and from the material used in their manufacture they will undoubtedly prove of greater Utility. Thus it is plainly discoverable that the objection to Home bought hats not being As quot handsome quot As foreign bought ones is entirely overcome As it needs but the slightest examination to fully prove. An examination is respectfully solicited at the City hat and Cap Emporium april 8 def c. A new postage Law. Letters. For every single letter for any distance within the United states not exceeding three thousand Miles three cents if pre paid and five cents if not pre paid. For any distance Over three thousand Miles double the above rates. For every single letter conveyed wholly or in part by sea and to or from a foreign country for any distance Over Twenty five Hundred Miles Twenty cents and for and distance under Twenty five Hundred Miles ten cents except when otherwise provided by treaty for a double letter there shall be charged double the above rates and for a treble letter treble the above rates and for every quadruple letter quadruple the above rates. Every letter or parcel not exceeding half an ounce in weight shall be deemed a single letter and every additional weight of half an ounce or additional weight of less than half an ounce shall be charged with an additional single postage. All drop letters or letters placed in any Post office not for transmission but for delivery Only shall be charged with one cent postage. All letters advertised shall be charged with one cent in addition to the regular postage. The postmaster general is empowered to establish Post routes within cities to provide for conveying letters to the Post office by est wishing suitable and convenient places of Deposit and by employing carriers to receive and Deposit them in the Yost office also to cause letters to be delivered by suitable carriers at a charge not exceeding one or two cents each letter. Newspapers periodicals amp a. All newspapers published weekly Only not exceeding three ounces in weight sent from the office of publication to actual and Bona fide subscribers shall circulate in the mail free of postage in the county where published. Weekly newspapers not exceeding the above weight shall be charged five cents per Quarter for any distance not exceeding fifty Miles out of the county where published. For any distance Over 50, and not exceeding 300 Miles ten cents per Quarter. For any distance Over 300 and not exceeding 1,000 Miles fifteen cents per Quarter. For any distance Over i,0 �0 and not exceeding 2,000 Miles Twenty cents per Quarter. For any distance Over 2,0j0 and not exceeding 1,0c0 Miles Twenty five cents per Quarter. And for any distance exceeding 4,000 Miles thirty cents per Quarter. Monthly newspapers to be charged with one Quarter Semi monthly Oue half Semi weekly double tri weekly treble and daily five Timos the above rates. Upon every other newspaper and each circular not scaled Handbill engraving pamphlet periodical Magazine Book and every other description of printed matter unconnected with any manuscript or written matter and which it May by lawful to transmit the Ouirt the mail of no greater than one ounce for any distance not exceeding our mile.?, one cent and for each adj Lional Oneco or Fratti in of an oui a one cent and for any distance Over 500 and not exceeding 1,500 Miles double those Over 1,500 and not exceeding 2,500 treble Thoie rates Over 2,500 and not exceeding 3,500 four times those rates and for any distance exceeding 3,500 Miles five times those rates. Subscribers to All periodicals shall be required to pay one Quarter s postage in Advance in All which cases the postage shall be one half the tregoing rate s. Bound books and parcels of printed matter not weigh ing Over thirty two ounces shall be deemed mailable matter. The postage on All printed matter other Tolian news Pai ers and periodicals Pul dished at intervals not exceeding three Mont Lis and sent from the office of publication to actus and Bona fide subscribers must be pre paid. The weight of newspapers to be ascertained in a dry state. Matter required to be pre paid if neglected to be pre paid to be charged double Poi-,. The pts master is authorized to increase or diminish the postage on letters Between the United states and foreign countries. It Imide the duty of postmasters at the office of delivery to remove wrappers and envelopes from All printed matter and Pampl lets not charged with letter postage to ascertain if there is any writing about the same Wirich would make it chargeable with higher rates of postage. Pubic pliers of papers pamphlets &c., not exceeding one Pound in weight Are allowed to interchange their publications reciprocally free of postage. Also that they May enclose in their publications their subscription Bills without any additional charge of postage. Provision is made for supplying postage Stamps of the denomination of three cents and of such other denomination As the postmaster general Mav deem necessary or expedient to facilitate the prep Dyment of stage. Penalties Are provided against counterfeiting such Stamps. Postmasters Are to cause to be defaced All postage Stamps deposited in their Oitice for delivery or to be sent by mail. Tjie list of uncalled for letters to be published once Only in the Piper living tie largest circulation within the Range of delivery of the Post office at a charge not is ceding one cent. The provisions of the act not to diminish the compensation of postmasters or to operate to discontinue any Post route. From the passage of the act it shall be Lav Ful to Coin at the minis of the United states three cent pieces to be composed of three fourths Silver and one found Copper to be a Legal tender for ail sums under Thirlo dollars. Fashion Able cent icing store Mulberry Street opposite the new hotel. I he undersigned always keeps on hand a very exx Tensive assortment of Choice ready made clothing of every variety made up under his own superintendence and which i lie can safely recommend for style and durability. He Sells at wholesale and retail and most respectfully requests the Public to Call and examine his Stock before they Purchase elsewhere. June 10 d. T. Davis. City auction Mart m i i. 01 e o n b Uil d1n s. Avid Knisell respectfully informs the Public that he has procured auction License and intends inn mediately to enter business As an auctioneer in his rooms in the above building. I Pierc minuts mechanics and others having Jiro Perty to dispose of by auction Are requested to Send it in. Promptness and immediate returns May be relied on. La sales of real estate personal property &c., attended to in town and country. Dec in Defoe Siraber lots for see. 1have thirty fifty foot lots for Sale cheap and on easy terms on Walnut and East streets North Addi-1 Tion to the City of Madison none of which Are subject to the overflow and floods of the Creek. Also a lot Twenty five feet front on the West Side of West Strep it running Back one Hundred Arul sixty i Milit feet and opposite tie end or terminus of fourth Street. Jan 14 w. G. W Harton. Springs a axils brass bands Carriage castings dash Lions and All kinds of articles for carriages and buggies. Just received and for Sale at oct i j Fry amp Maxwell s.sarsaparieea.--. 54 Doz Bull s Sarsaparilla 32 Doz old or. Townsend a \ 25 Doz Howe s Shaker do. For Sale by oct 29 Siddall amp brother. Cheese.�?1 ton Western Reserve and Goshen Premium cheese for sate wholesale or retail at nov 25 Hunter s. Supply of Fine powder Rifle and blasting on hand and for Sale Low by feb 25 Siddall amp Bro. fresh lot of Western Reserve cheese just received and for Sale by oct 22 def Shrewsbury amp Price. B a Elbow so from 32 to 40 inches for Sale by oct 19 Fry amp Maxwell. , madder Alum Copperas logwood rustic Caywood Nicaragua Wood turmeric sumac cochineal amp a. For Sale at May 31 Harper s. R pric Opheous for tie i popular preparation for the hair is to be had at feb 25 Siddall amp Bro s. Candees.�?25 boxes Mould candles 25 do starch for Sale Low by oct 29 Siddall amp Bro. Orse collarsi�?5 Doz Kip horse collars just received and for Sale by mar 5 l. by authority by the president of the United states. In pursuance of Law i Millard Fillmore president of the United states of America do hereby declare and make known that a Public Sale will be held at the land office at Sault St. , in the state of michiga.\, commencing on monday the 27th Day of october next for the disposal of those sections and parts of sections of Public lands situated within the limits of the following named townships and fractional townships covered by Mineral leases not purchased or reported by the geologist containing met feral in which Are embraced the tracts which could not by reason of unexpired leases be of altered under tie president s proclamations of the 27th of january 1848, and june 13th, 1850, and such of said Mineral lands As Are now vacant and Are required to be re offered wed erase provisions of the act entitled quot an act to reduce the minimum Price of the Mineral lands in the Lake Superior District in Michigan and the Chippewa District in Wisconsin quot approved 26th september 1850, to wit North of the base list and West of the Pii ciral . Townships f arty seven forty eight and forty nine of Range Twenty five. Townships forty seven forty eight forty nine and fifty eight of Range Twenty six. Townships fifty eight and fifty nine of Range Twenty seven. Townships fifty one fifty two and fifty eight of Taufie Twenty eight. Townships fifty one fifty two fifty seven fifty eight and fifty nine of Range Twenty nine. Townships fifty one fifty two fifty six fifty Seren and fifty eight of Range thirty. Townships fifty one fifty six fifty seven and fifty eight of Range thirty one. fifty one fifty four fifty five fifty six fifty seven and fifty eight of Range thirty two. Townships fifty four fifty five fifty six and fifty seven of Range thirty three. Townships fifty three fifty four fifty five and fifty six and township si.\ty-five, on isl Royale of Range til dirty four. Townships fifty two fifty three and fifty four of Range thirty five. Townships Bufty two and fifty three of Range thirty six. Townships fifty one fifty two and fifty three of Ranee thirty seven. Township fifty one of Range thirty eight. Township fifty one of Range thirty nine. Torii slip fifty one of Range forty. Townships fifty and fifty one of Range forty one. Townships forty eight Birty Niue fifty and Fiuty one of Range forty two. Tov a ships forty eight forty nine fifty and fifty one of Range forty three. Townships forty eight forty nine fifty and fifty one i of Range forty four. Townships forty eight forty nine and fifty of Range forty live. Tuvo ships f try nine and fifty of Range forty six. Foisiy six forty seven forty Eig Jit and forty nine of Range forty seven. Towns Jimps forty seven and forty eight of Range forty Eig to. Township forty eight of Range forty Nide. Lands appropriated by Law for the use of schools military and other purposes together with quot those swamp and overflowed lands made unfit thereby for cultivation quot if any which shall be selected by the state authorities before the Days appointed for the com Meir lenient of the Public Sale under the act entitled quot an act to enable the state of Arkansas and other states to reclaim the swamp lands within their limits approved september 28, 1850, be exc Lucic l i oin the sales. And no locations for land bout Itier heretofore granted by any Law of Congress for military services rendered to the United states will he. any of the above mentioned lands As provided by the act entitled quot an act making appropriations for the civil and diplomatic expenses of government quot &c., approved of March 1851. Particular lists of the tracts to be offered will be deposited with tie a Egister and receiver at Sault Rte. Marie before the Day of Sale and the offering of the i lands will be commenced on the Day appointed and will proceed in the order in which they Are advertised with All convenient dispatch until the whole shall have been offered and the Sale thus closed but the Sale shall not be kept open longer than two weeks and no private entry of any of the lands will be admitted until after tie expiration of the two weeks. Given under my hand at the City of Washington this Twenty sixth Day of july Anno Domini one thousand eight Hundred and fifty one. Millard Fillmore. By the president j. Butterfield commissioner of the general land of filch. No Isicc to Pake option claimants and to , occur ants Anu of Mineral . Every person entitled to the a Wirht of Preemption to any of the lands above mentioned is required to establish tie same to the satisfaction of the Register and receiver at Sault Ste. Marie and make payment therefor As soon As after seeing this notice and be fire the Day appointed for the commencement of the Public Sale of the lands embracing the tract claimed otherwise Sulci claim will be forfeited. And every person having the right under the act entitled quot an act to establish a land office in the Northern part of Mic Itigan and to provide for the title of the Mineral lands in the state of Michigan quot approved 1st March 1847, As lessees occupants or permitted to enter to the extent of their leases or permits any of the lauds above mentioned and who Are entitled under the act entitled quot an act to reduce the minimum Price of the Mineral lands in the Lake Superior District Michigan and the District in Wisconsin quot approved 26th september 1850, quot to enter the land covered by their leases occupancy and permits ," at the minimum Price of Oil 25 per acre or if covering More than one full Section quot entitled on the surrender of such lease or permit at the proper land office to Purchase if he shall elect to do so one full Section quot at the rate of c-2 50 per acre is required to establish the same to the satisfaction of the Register and a receiver at Sault Ste. Marie make payment therefor As soon As practicable after seeing this notice and before the Day appointed for the commencement of the Public Sale of tiie lands embracing the tract claimed otherwise Sacii claim will be forfeited. J. Butterfield commissioner of the general land of Reedy and Beack teas. Have ju5t received my full assortment of Superior Green and Black teas put up in Lead packages of pounds half pounds and quarters and am now prepared to sell it at new York prices wholesale and retail. Country merchants and others before purchasing elsewhere will find it to their interest to give me a Call. John Craig Ang 13 def directly opposite the Bank. For Rewt he office or Small room on the Comer of x main Cross and West streets one door East of the grocery store of or. Sullivan. Also the commodious business room on mail Cross Street one door West of or. Sullivan s grocery store. Inquire of j. H. Hij Edricks. 3"ty 28___cf3a by exr Essi a t from new Yop ii \ splendid assortment of ladies not mits misses net mits misses Long. Ill la assortment of Supei fancy fans fluted ribbons Combs amp a. A few pieces of super Black silk grass skirting i Liy 18 quot Kinkaid s. Fine teas�?25 half chests 6. P. Tea 23 do do Imperial do 18 do do Yah. Do 3 do do do Tea very find 7 chests Black teas very Fine just received and for Sale by 13 Siddall amp brother. Giftie and blasting powder.�?25 tags Rifle and blasting powder just received and for Sale by mar 5 l. Fot Londery quot and machine shop. The undersigned having purchased the founder a and machine shop of Lewis amp Crawford will continue the business of making castings building steam engines and machinery of All kinds to or or on the shortest notice and at moderate charges. They will do business under the style of j. S. Amp r. A near and besides being practical mechanics themselves the establishment will be superintended William Johnson late of Pittsburg who has had a practical experience of More than Twenty years and therefore the messes. Neal expect to execute their work in tie Best possible manner and most Ait moved style. They would respectfully solicit a continuance of the business of All those who have heretofore patronized the s establishment As Well As All other persons who a ant engines iffa Chinery Miu gear castings &c., As Uliey intend to give satisfaction to All persons who May favor them with their orders. Madison june 3, 1851. John s. Neal. June 4 dtf&w2_reuben e. Beanoy and wine. Ure Brandy and pure old port for family use or sickness at the St. Charles. July 1 5 do y /"atciies.�?24 Gross matches just received and for Sale by july 22 l. Massey. Villi by if ill few 7 feet Muley to Mill saws just received by h. K. Wells amp co., i Ine 5 sign of the padlock. 11aee�13.Western Reserve and English Dairy j cheese just received and for Sale wholesale and retail at j. W. Hunters i lne 7 Mulberry Street. , furniture Japan Auu Black varnish for Sale at May 31 Harper s. Good assortment of wines Gin rum Rye and common whisky of Superior Quality for medical use in store and for Sale at 18_ Harper s. Slot secs ground and race Ginger Black Pepper allspice cinnamon bark cloves Nutmeg and Dace for Sale at May a Harper Job office. We Are prepared to execute with the utmost neatness and the greatest despatch every description of Job printing consisting of circulars handbills Bills of lading policies of insurance cards pamphlets and Steamboat Bills. Our office contains the greatest variety of handsome Plain and fancy Job Type possesses every facility for the execution of every kind of Fine work and is superintended by a gentleman who is unsurpassed As a Job Workman in the West. July in age bees. Joseph Garratt amp son Bell and mss founders Mill Street Madison a. We Are prepared at our founder to cast Bells of All sizes from the smallest up to those weighing pounds. All other kinds of brass work in our line till be promptly and Well executed mar 10 j. Garratt amp son. A . Re he undersigned having associated themselves in j. Business under the name of Robert Craig amp son beg leave to inform their old friends and the Public in general that at the old established and Well known stand Southwest Corner of main and main Cross streets a Large and Well assorted Stock of dry goods groceries &c., will be found on Sale on the Good old sound principle of quot Light profits and Quick Robert Craig july 29, 1851 Damp Whf John j. , in dozen bed cords 10 do painted buckets and tubs 20 boxes soap 10 do Star candles 10 do tallow do 20 kegs assorted nails 20 bags prime Rio Coffee 5 bus Rice 2 casks Sal Eratus quot a 5 bbl Loac and crushed sugar just received and for Sale by a 1 l. Massey. Hagazd7es and cheap Lite tube. To he subscribers take pleasure in announcing to al the Reading Public that they have made an quot arrangement by which they will be in he regular receipt of All the popular magazines and cheap publications As soon As they Are issued from tie press. Godey a grahams and Sartain s magazines for March received. Also a Large assortment of Light literature on hand feb 22 def Dutton amp Adams. Fruit Ibex s undersigned Are prepared to do All kinds of plumbers a work a Shower Baths hot and cold water Baths water closets and All other kinds of Lead work in that line. J. Garratt amp son mar 10 main Cross St., Otie door from Poplar Lane. Farm quot Fok quot Saxe i offer a Good bargain in 80 acres of land seven Miles from Madison and a Quarter of a mile West of the Napoleon Plank Road. About one half of said land is cleared and improved. It is Weil watered and Good land. Price terms &c., make it worthy of notice w. G. Wharton june 11 def agent. Window by Lolo by 12,10 by 14, 10 by 15, 10 by 16, 10 by 17, 10 by 18, 11 by 14, 11 by 15,11 by 16, 11 by 17, 11 by 18, 12 by 14, 12 by 15, 12 by 16, 12 by 17, 12 by 18, 12 by 20, 14 by 20, 16 by 22, 14 by 18, 24 by 30, and 30 by 42, of the Best brands for Sale at May 31 Harper s. Quot it ails.�?25 kegs assorted nails on hand and for Sale by june 6 l. and weather Sroaf ,500 lbs Mason s metallic fire and water proof paint for Sale at May 31 a harpers. Coi it i Sci , Clarke amp co s Well known purified cod liver Oil for Sale at May 31 Harper , list tar and Cap paper 60 reams medium wrapping paper 65 do Crown do do 10 do double Crown do do 10 do Tea paper 20 do letter and Cap Piper for Sale at May 31 Harper , 80 Gross Hyatt Excelsior matches 20 quot Barker s do without Sulphur. For Sale at May 31 Harper s celebrated Farina it a most delicious article for puddings &c., Superior to Rice Sago tapioca More econ Attical nutrition and palatable unequalled for Gruel and for to sickening soup better than Vermicelli Bailey or Rice. For Sale at May 31 harpers Kij Shes brn Liesl brushes iii a general assortment of brushes consisting of turks Heads turks eyes tanners brushes shoe brushes in great variety scrubbing and dusting brushes nailed and knot Whitewash brushes vanish and paint Kushes hair cloth and tooth brushes Fitch Mark no pencils camels hair pencils Brick liners seam and training brushes. For Sale at a _ May 31 Harper 5 Gross in 4 la boxes 25 lbs in bulk. For r ale at May 31 Harper s. Co Joii Large lot of or. Storms a celebrated scotch cough Candy just received and for Sale wholesale and retail by quot Siddall amp Bro., feb 25 general agents. Bijick. Quot if Wiist a always of hand put up expressly for family use and warranted equal to 1 it i harpers q any made at May 31 r aisins.�?10 boxes m. R. Raisins just received and for Sale by dec 17 l. Massey. Winbowcrlass.�?-100 boxes window Glass assorted sizes for Sale by m we 01 _ Fry amp Maxwell. Peare starcli��?16 boxes Pearl starch just received and for Sale by mar 5 l. Massey

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