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   Fort Wayne Times And Peoples Press-Extra (Newspaper) - July 12, 1845, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               -FostT SAWKDAY, JULY .12, 184S. TIMES PRESS. FOR CONGRKSSr- L. G. THOMPSON. TOR REPRESENTATIVE, CHRISTIAJV PARKER. FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNET JOHN W." DAW S'ON.' FOR AUDITOR. H. W. JONES. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, TRUE PATTEA. FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER, LEWIS D. HUMBERT. copies of the "TIMES PRESS can be hud at the press room. Price 61 cents were disappointed in receiving a tupply of paper, as we had expected, and we're unable to issue more than a small Extra last week. Wo have only re- ceived it in time this week to get out a hall sheet. The disappointment was caused by breaks in the canal below Logansport, our pa- per comes fi om Lafayette. We hope the like will not occur again. The Canal. We understand that the wa- ter is to be taken from the Canal in a day 01 r' tho purpose of making somp -epnj two f 1D A high lenioof juntiw propriety induce, thii communication, howtvir painfully uapleutut the l'.; Tli. evidently deiigpea indignity tbovu m, by you of under your charge, in inarching your procwiion im intdiately in front of the court houie (with duringthe time I wn delivering my oration Indncw- mt.to request you 10 discontinue jour yiiiu to niy L. S. CH1TTENDEN. MB. Freient. Mtt. By publishing the above modest note from the chiealric L. S. Chittenden, you will con fer a favor on the undersigned, who noted a the Committee of Arrangements on the occa ion in question, and who claim to themselves all the blame of marching by the court house whilst HE was delivering 1IIS ORATION and offering a designed indignity to this pinl of justice and propriety. By the way, who, n this community, over thought ofthis mod- st genllenmn'a possessing any sense of justice r propriety, save himself? If any have been ed into such folly, after rending the above, ote, they will certainly acquit him of nny 'ling of the kind. It may have been a gross iLignily to pass along "without slopping to stca Io liis oration, but then a sense of mod-.' toamy.-.Qn tWTttlh of w wrote and published a little article under th caption in.which playfully t luded of the'Do aware County the doings of th Whigs and Abolitionists. This the edito seemed to take' in. high dudgeon, and. 'formal notice in advance that "the editors i: general theJPimes and when he got time to attend to them, oi- a? i was generally understood here, wlipn M Kennedy got home. It was about cquivalen to saying, what we have heard boy '.'Now look out! I'm gwino to give you a of u lie! ipg 1" Knowing that oui frirnds full duly trlifi'mu about our persona safety, we.advertised them of our imiiiei peril forthwith. the long-lookc'l-for castigarun hai corr.c nt nnd lest the read- ers of thr Times Press may tliiiik its "ed- tors in "cncrn'r'art; knocked "into the middle of next week" we give ii below. If M r Buck- es expects his straps hold, he must licrnon tighter thaiilhat. The innuendo about the Times Press sing the control or influence of any man or sot tf but our humble self, or we have ever asked or received "gratui- ous .-ir nny pecuniary assistance ut of ihe line of our business, will be laughed sty, ifhe ever ha-j any, should have ndmon- at by friend and foe. as fur as wo are known, bed him to oe silent si to that. Now the B'.il the Democrat sa "fJce io that eficCJ has beer, given lor some time" 'past. This strikes us, as it does most of our citizens, as a most injudi- cious movement. ]t is difficult to see the ex- treme necessity that exists for enaruigi.-ir.g the health ofthe town, and the whole country along the line of the canal, as a withdrawal of the water at this hot season ofthe year in- evitably would do. It is said the object is to repair or rebuild a small aqueduct near the feeder dam. Now, with due deference, we would suggest whether this cculd not as well be done late in the fall when the weather is cool and navigation closed. Besides the dc- Blruction of health, would it not be a inconvenience to have the navigation closed for some weeks at this season of tho year? True, there are not as many immigrants com- ing in, nor as groat an amount of property being transported just now as iheru are earli- er and later in the season; yet tho conven iencc of those who are afloat, or who have property in transit should not be disregarded We hope it is not too late for this matter to be reconsidered, and the order lor taking off the water countermanded. Wo have been requested to suggest that a meeting of ttv citizens bo held at the. Court House this even ing to take the subject in consideration, and seeifsomo measures cannot bo adopted fo that purpose. We hope losce a full meeting thai there may be an emphatic expression 01 opinion. It is a matter in which all are in terested, for the health ofthe town is at stake let all, therefore, turn out. The Crept. The larmcrs are now busily engaged in their harvest fields, and their hearts are cheered by the abundance of their crops. The whole prospect of things has changed within a few weeks, and instead of the anticipated famine, the promise of over- flowing granaries wus never better. This is the uniform testimony from every portion of north-eastern Indiana. For several week uth is that his failure on tlint occasion is not attributable to the Sabbath School procession rrrarchin tellei J-T1MI-S TROUBLE, ic. The editors in general of. thu "Furl chingby.birt lo thebarrenness of his in- nnd si-era, to have and he should no. lo heal lorm W wc ner occasions relative to the amaI ENCqUKAGING FACTS. In connection with ihe unobtrusive, judi- cious of the American and For- eign Snobath Union, formed about two since, fifteen general Conventious have been held, and very numerously ding eight State Conventions, and the Natio- nal babbath Convention at Baltimore, compo- sed of seventeen hundred delegates, from e- leven difiereot largest represen- tation by delegates, it i> believed, that wao ever assembled on any subject of public inter- est in the United States. The friends of re- form are cheered also by the fact, that on more than 1200 miles of rail-road, cara do not now run on the Sabbath, and that more than miles ofSunday mails liavo been to the Post Office de- partment, in those slopped at one lime, up- wards of SCO.OOO a year. Similar reform, mvo likevirun been made, to n great extent in reference to canal and lake navigation, and ho starting Of vessels for foreign voyages, on the Subbath. And among all classes of orvnnts, and laborers employed on public vorks, ihe conviction is spreading that it is degrading, as well as immoral nnd uiiprofiia- oie, lor any to be denied the usual rest and irivilege'a of the Sacred Day. About BangoV Advertiser, e.l3 a good siory ofa Yankee, who was re- used a dinuer wt one of the taverns "down ast, until had showed thu landlord his 'pewter." Boniface then did and t the sound ofthe bell, in walked ihe Ynn- oe. taking n general survey of the table urncd to Ins and said, "Mister, you've cod my I've seed your dinner' oud PV I.-'1' by t vicinity, that lie w short lime, will.tik i process. Fort Valuable Real Estate For Sale, at and near Hun- tington, Indiana. W. hulfS. WqrofseeSl. town 28 N, mnge 10 E. 24.100 acres, .iljoining. the uboutthree miles with acres cleared. this city, 'on Saturday last, Bv- infant soii of John F. Swift. t 00 on the canal, with a log cabin there- A lot at the Canal bridge at the lower rnd oftuwi., containing from 4 to 5 acres Town lot, No. 64, 65, and 66, the last mem tioncd lot, with a (rood thereon. tlicr'eo'n" One Ura-n lot containing two or three acres of i.-.. j 4 i L; iu LIIU ilnl wounded by throwing missiles at one ganmiion of the whig abolition parties so far beyond his reach. the Klih congroisiomil district. And for Hit. j u imvu snails nt a person from whom Ae knew no only to say that m that particular, we differ ehcstisemcnt could romc, on account of the posi'.ion occupied by thai person. Ifhe inten- ded to give the impression abroad bv his note that he was on intimate terms with Mr. Bay- less, wo would just say to him that it was n strained effort on his part that will not take in this community; for that gentleman is too well known for this community ever to har- bor an impression so injurious to him. But enough of this note nnd its modal We thus give publicity to his noiebecause we the weather IIOK been most just right, in and all kinds of vegetation have come forward nstomnhingly. Whca: is very heavy; oats, without being of great growth, will be a full crop; while corn, pota- toes, arc unequalled. Grass only was short, and where it was cnrly mowed, there is prospect of a good second crop. Take it all in all, the season bids fair to be one of the mow abundant with which this sec: ion of country has ever been blessed. "Ln shall liavo n plncn nuxt week. Indrpe ndtnce wus celebrated in this city by the Military Company, and by some of the Sunday Schools. Some ofthe proceed- ings have been handed in for publication, but from the lateness ofthu hour, and our limited space we are compelled to defer their inser- tion till next week. would not pluck one of the honors acquired btj with some of our contemporaries, in this, that we cngogi-d in the publication of a "newspa- per "on our own independently ofa'ny man or set of mon. or their influence, and so soon as the lime arrives we are un.nble to sustain the "Ucmocrat" u ithuul asking our liiends to mnke gratuitous donations, leave the tripod. The 'Times' seems to exult somu over the fact that we were not prepared to say a' the time uf the punning ol thu article lo which thi-y refer, what the result of a certain incut- ing in Randolph county hud been. For llic "t of the "Times" and its tiilcnled cdit- ors, will Inform them that ihe result j of the deliberations of soid meeting was, that Wo received the note from Mr. Bay less, l'.llei" adjourned tu meet in Joncsburo on Kri- J. 11. Mr. BENJAMIN MAUON to Miss P GARUNKK, of Whiticy County. PUBLIC MEETING. A mewing of the citizens of Fort Wayne wil! lake place at the Court House THIS EVENING at early candle lighting, to -take inio consideration the propriety of petition- ing the superintendent to defer" taking the water from the Canal nt present, and to take such other measures in relation to the subject as may seem expedient. A general attendance s expected. July. 12. 18-16. of L'and. Biunofe 1845.. 5 at public sale ut the W 1ST of in the JLIOffice Fort July hy Andrew DykM.nncl John Lillio. I Iraolional. quarter No Wleen, townnhip thirty, range twelve, eiccptine eight ncreo thweol'p and all ot .section tweniy-nine thirty excepting the emit hall ol the south-east quarter thereof, in the county ol Allen, conveyed 16 the Bank l.y Joseph Sicclear. ofin-lot No 63, and a part ofout-lbt nmnber nme, in the town of Delphi, Carroll county, o, north west quarter ol'aeclion thirty-two, to fonrtoen, range No. three, in Johnson couniT, lnd._thc east hall ofthe aorih-ea.t quarter ot section No .twenty-one, and the west half of the n Ashton Ambrose Wm.L. JBurt John -Beedle Horace P Blaren-A'C BryteD. Beers-Morris Drown A Carson, Wm Clark John Case Helia A Clark Patrick Carnes Oliver Carpenter Susan Case Geo G CallumJ B B Atwood David Andrews Theron Benjamin Brown Nancy BransonNathan BloornhuiTSidriey .Bond SJB Brown D e ComparefF-Aahiro Corwin Elizabeth- Carpenter Friend" Conner Abram Crance Jacob Carvin Cook John quarter h tiveuty.two, townshi co iveuty.two, township wenly eight, in Adams county, Jnif Wrlh.ea.1 quarter of ,u uierouniyol rinduna, on'the Wubdsh n Eric I he terms will be. one-third, or one-half cash and a cmht of IZand 18 months on the balance by ffivniff notes wilb approved security. at Fo it from him. tachcd to the movement, it falls upon us. Mr. "10 gentry also appear to have Bnylcss had nothing to do with malting the arrangements, neither knew any thing about them. July I0th, 1845. BENJ'N MASON, Ii. P. HARTMAN, JAMES P. J1UNSON. TOU N A DO. The Logansport Telegraph of the 5th, Our city was visited by one of these fright- fu! guests on last Tuesday about 6 o'clock jfiken an hysterical fit because we talked of cnllmg things by their right names. Now be easy, gentleman, there arc some that perhaps cur vocabulary would not bu suffi- cient to furnish n name i'or. For un instance, as was proposed by Judge Kilgorc an'! other lending whigs of the 10th congressional dis- trict, before ihe nomination of Ur. Thompson, that the whig abolition, native American, and the "rag Ing and bob tail" of all parties bury in oblivion their party names and parly prin- unite in one common brotherhood, r.'gardluss ufnnme or principle, (and we would mid. by way of regardless of every principle of honor, honesty, or integrity Produce Exchange. Corner of Calhoun 4" -Main Streets. l. TIlAEI' t'o. have just received from New York and lionlon a large slock of ctaplc and Fancy Dry Goods nmong which arc Broad Clollu. Casniincrcii, Sat incn, n great vnrioty of Prints, new ulylc: bleached and uilhlcachcd etc. Also. _ HENRY COOPEtt. Fort Wayne, June SGth, 1845. SI I- Notice. WHITE, lately a resident of Ad- Kh.to ean relurn to Adams andelear np-he lie, he will acquit himself of the naln, ADRAHAM FREDERICK Adams co. June 24th, IMS. di ns. At Ihis juncture we observed n, sweep- on tip Broadway wlurl.i.g up du.t aifd rash Io a grcut hoight; nttrueting tlie urrounding witli beyond doubt 13 to them thnt might notoriuus individual has teen released from prison by the Rhode Island Legislature; but he is not to enjoy the rights privileges of citizenship until he takes .1 oath to support ihe constitution of the .State. Perhaps this was about the best way, ftfier all, to ge: red of the "troublesome cus-' tomer." spending io much time und luhorto whirlwind, composed ol" uciiao vapor, dus al llic most reduced pricw, nnd it general and well atoned lot GLASS, ami EARTHEK. WAKE. AUo, u very large siouk of Ladies'. Gen- tlemen P, and Children's BOOTS AJTD SHOES of llic grcatol variety, nnd of superior quality which will be afforded at lower limn ever of- Icrcd in thin market. MHO. Hardware and Cutlery, consintmr in jmrt of Nails, Shovels, Spade., Clminn, llutls, Screws, Knives. Forks, Pocket ond Pen Knives, together with a larije as.ortincnt of PATENT and other MKUlCINliS, anil other arti- cles, which will be sold ot the LOWEST PRICES Hove connected with the Goods business in Fort Wayne, an extensive Boot (J- Slwe Manufactory, where they are prepared to fi II all orders in lint line on ai favorable terras as any orlier establishment in the country. They hnve nlno (in EXTEMSIVE TAMMERY. of UPPER and GOODS. rpHK subscribcrhasjust received Ills II a ccncral assorlincnl of llard-n-are of all farming Implements, Building (Sooting Stores, All of which he will sell al prices quite al Iowa, they can be had for went of Buffalo. Fort Wayne. June 13th. 1045. IIORNIA'G'S VEGIiTAIJJLIi AGUESVRUP, AS PREPARF.D BV DOCTOR SAMUEL NIXON. J Sife, Spttty.md Radical Cure for F, -Hlritr r> r. Tho foregoing land, are 'ill well situated, and losfof them largely, improved. Terms ol payment liberal For furtlicr description of the Lands, nnd pnrticn- rs as to the terms ot sale, enquire of the under- signed. j 21'6c _.. H. M'nUU.QCH. CasKr. BR. LBIDV'S Medicated SarsapariUa, Vegetable Concenlfaled Compound Fluid, Extract of AMOKO Ibc many vegetable alterative, which are ofTered io the Public, ihtre are fe.w so useful as Sarsapanlla, and when properly combined and prepared is tmaluaUc, nut only in restoring atbil- itetcd comlttutim, ia their utmlcd energy but in urisiiHr out of an impure state of the _ Itis an invaluable remedy for all Rheumatic ection, g-cneral debility, ulcerous sores, white swelling, diseases oflhc liver and ulcerated sore throat, ulcers of the nose, caries or diseases of the bones, scrofula or king's evil, ensipelas or St. Athony'a fire, a breaking mil of drv'or wntrrv umples or pustules of the lace and bodr and all the unpleasant atul affcctio'ns conse- quent lo syphilis, lues. elc. etc. This preparation may be depended upon as being- the strongest (nnurquelitly more tffica cious) of any in existence. Numerous persons "Krt they hare ilcmcd more hem-fit from usiinr one bottle of it than that of any other. This is easily accounted for, as Dr. JLeidy, is a much stronger preparation than anv other and notwithstanding its superior strength.' near twice as much is contained in one bottle as of any other (and .old at Ihe same price) let the public re mcnbcr u is no vain boast but Ihe real fact I he folowmg. certificates are oflVrcd for perusal selected from a InrRC number lestifviiur to Ihe ex cellcntqualiliesofJJoct. Leidy's Medicated Sar' Cpnklin Theodore 8 Cotherel J Chadeayno Jonathan CineadoMr Carson Miss Margaret Ccrtericfc C F D Dabison Decker-Mary J Dove Dennis Drewry A Den linger Jos 8 Defcay Thos T Davis L II Davis Samuel Dcvcnport P J Dunn Geo C Dipboge Michae! Uiirendafler 11 Dobson James Mn. is i. Sar- Pa., Oct. II, 1844. inform jjrc.il uuiuy n, sinif from exposure to marshy and miai mn. ,s to inform you thai harinr received permanent relief Irom tne use of von; Medicated Sarsoparilla, I consider it a duly lo man- kmd lo send you this certificate for publication, other, in a mniilir condition may bo annrised Of SO Vn n of so valuable inedicine. Hating fa a iZhng out over my iarfy, will, UMnr Embie Daniel Emery Arthur B Erwin D Foslqr'George 2 Furrow David Freeman L Ferguson Wm Fieshor Jacob Gr.iswild Riley Gray Z L Gould John Gorlhop John Griswold John Ilinton Thomas Holmes Milton Hudson Mr.ry H Hatch Nancy A Iluwel Sam'l Harris H. T. Hay Daniel Hanks John R Henry Jacob .Tinkinson Moses Jones John Kandal M Minper J C Kccs Russell Kenark Edward Eldridge iR C Eyanson Barbara or J I Ely Elizabeth F Fairfield Fish S D Fdrtney Mkr'v Fish Mr FarrandN. Frank Joseph Gleason Grimes John Gillet Wilkcs Gillet Win W GloydllL 11 Hamilton Wm High James Huton Johu Hanes L M Heglcr Jacob Hood Joel Hood Jacob W Humbert Etvis Johnson S M K Krmttlcr Vim Ki.-tier Jacob Keough Kicholas Laiighend James La Mott Allen yards in the air above.................... pleasant just gcnllt-rnun who iva; present, us standing al SOdeg. and a heavy rain lusl1 "ighlof ihe trial of O'lilenni; July, 3.1845. WILLIAM TIIARP. I'AIGE. CONRAD KILL. ed in Ihe evening. Coupee, La. for the murder of ,'e have wnvcrwJ COM- i se' "lt! criminal, committed a most viulr-m of tin, place, who was leaving Logans- brench of order und decorum in Zn cou" port in a canal boat, when the tornado passed while the ll.moniblc Judge was charging the over the town, and he represents it as the u'niz'Jtis ofthe 1'uriih ha hear rumor, which we nnve reason to think has some probability, that llic Congress of Mexico voted three mlliont of dollars towards carrying on the war against le.xas, and that ihe money has actually been furnished by S0mo commercial house or houses in Mexico. This would in- dicate a settled purpose to prevent, if possi- ble, tho annexation oftliat country In the U. S. purpose which, we are assured on the narne whence we derive tho other information, all men of all parties, and indeed without any distinction of party, earnestly cherish. Against the people and policy of the United Stales a very strong and united feeling of hostility prevails. Any systematic. attempt by Mexico to subdue Texas, either by transporting troops coastwise, or by occu- pying any portion of the territory south of Ihe Kio Grande by armed lead to a collision in the ono case with the nnva forces of the U. S. and in the other to the ac vance from the other border of Texas of A merican troops. Such at least has been th giving out of the official paper at Washington mid wo suppose what that foreshadows maj be taken o no Y. Courier. Ruaiors frcm tlui laa Cherokee Advocate slates there is said to bo considerable stir amongst sonie of the prairie tribes. The Caddoes havo recently killed four of tho Comanches who have given notice to cMr. Warren, n. trader located most awfully grand and ni-igrilicent trjnl. for cle he ever witnessed. When first noticed, trial wonlVno" he says, it was approaching Ihe Imvn. nml a- dny; bin llic Judge, deicfinined lo rjel thruugh bout a mile distant from iL It had the np- 'll'" "lld candles wore accordingly peurancc ofa vast column of circling j durk' flic reaching lo a grc.il licigln. ai.d cj cling the apex, at short intervals, bodies of dense jCuurt hoj.se mid mime were hunrdTr In the DeKalb circuit Court November Term 1845. Foreign Allai-limcnt Gallon. UtKLAS on Ihe .111. day of April A. D. 1845 r V Ihe above named I'lainlilT by C. W. Aleian. tier Ins agcnl, filed in Ihe ollice of the Clerk ol raid Court on allidavil sworn lo nnd subscribed heibre 'S.1 lll! "''I' Hie said defcndatil Wilham Gullon is ju.tljr in.lebled lo him in ol twenty eight dollars and sevenly fite cenl. be sides intercut tliercon from ihe !Uih day of Fcbrua ry 1841, tbal said dcfciidanl i. not a resident of llic alutc ol Indiana, and he, [lie said defendanl has no l-oods or rhaltlcs in ihe snid .tale oul of which .aid money or liny part Ihereof can be niaile. and that said Dowser having at Fame time bond with approved si-eurity, ns the law rcquirm, a writ ol I'oreii'il Atlarhmnil fro i. Office, directed lo llic tiheritr ol UcKalb eounly which writ was on llic Mill day of April 1845 re turned lo the clerk's office by SlieritT endowed as lollows, lo wit: "1 Ihis Ihe I4lh dny of April I84S br and with the amslunc: 01'Jacob nidler >Uached tile North hnll wni quarter of sec 0, lown 34 ranee 13 we do appraise above land a one hundred and siily dollars." prejudice to the patient. So m be sure he I, usmp a remedy, Ihe medical qualilics ol which cxint in Ilir hichnt ofcoi.ceiili- lion and activitj-. The proprietor offers the folluwing certificates selected from a great number, a> lo the qilalilie. of said medicine, and believing- he o fer. an Daniel M'Farland Wm Miller Josciih Miller A Merrill Riley Meeks Thos M M'Lcllan Dewitt G' M'dsker Alungin Wm Mou nic F Mosher P C Martin Josiah iiuaiiiu Mason lily or H Hardcsty .Miser Bcni Murray AJarioh A Mungcr E Molt S Minott Sam'l i rapiui v ucch- nmg. and nolwithilandinK ndvice and attend ameol phyncwn., 1 ronlinucd ,VOrsc, until bearnp ol your mechcme, I prociireilll, and alW ,1 lor a couple of week wa. enlircly cured Itainttlliilly, yours, Dr.iR in PhilaJcTphb" la'.t ittl' I McdicalcdSarupdri la lor my daughter >vho.e con.tilution wa. almost dc- .iroyedbviheuseof mercury, which aflbcled her limb, as almost disabled hci from  OT1CE. mvin-r or owners of a. tNo.39 and 30, in old plat of the city ol Fort Wayne, and lo th.ir agsni. or Allorney.. In perMiance ol the JUli .ertion of an ordinance r-nncled ny the Common Counril -1-- Wayne cnlilled an ordinince I'or ly, Ihol I have known the efleets Signed JACOB D. EAULT. M. Chamhcrlain, and Sluaii residenl. of Ihe State of Indiana: It i, thefore or- dered by the Court thai notice of the pendency of the s.vd pennon he ifiven to ihc said defeml-inls hy for tlirce weeks successively in a newspaper prn.led in said county of Allen, that they be and appear a! tile next term of Ihis Court to be Imldrn at the Court home In county on the second Mnndav of August nrxt, to show cause ifany they why the mstlert asked To- in said petition should not be ordered and c twinkling of an eye. Our infun on the luw and tile _ ----r Wty or sixty miles above Fort Washita. to abandon his post and return lo tho settlement. Mr. Warren, wo learn, say, the St. Louis Kepubhcan, npphed and received pro- teotion from the U. S. Military. The Corrmnchea seem to think thai cn- eroWhmcnts are being too rapidly made up- emund- "y wl'ito and more civilized Imlmn An apothecary FCM in n bill ti lady, which ran thus; "To curin band till he He finally succeeded however that Ihe main foico of thu sweep appeared closing his charg.i, which u-us very sironc 1 I I ticrnirtcl I __ .1 be above the it did not reach down to he is decidedly of ihe opinion thai if it had passed earth, not one stono of the splendid court house. ngninst the accused, facts The Jury then relircd, nnd afier a while i, not one wurd thai they wished time next day or nnvi10 "heir verdict, which was thingolse in iU tract, would have been l'_' upon anolhcr. Hugo oak trees, llmt coins !mcli se'nt' within its sweep, were twisted up like a j informed they could of straw, wid disappcmcd quickncs-i (consequuritly dismissed, and tho of thought. He withdrew his attention for a I re.'novi-'1' Soon afterwards 'the'iJis- monvnt from the terrific grandeur of the scene, to observe ils effect upon tho thought less, giddy throng around him. Ail humbled, bowed down, !ep am solemn awe nnd reverence had taken posses sionofovery all prevading sense of the mnjesty nnd terror of this humble a gent of Almighty power, had bowed the stout est heart in prayer. How could it be other- widow g your bus- Nothing is moro gratifying to the toind of man (ban power or dominion. the past week we have ad several very fine rains. The ground is W Uiprpughly satuiated. Vegpiation of all kinds begins to revive. All fears in r lation to tho crops are now allhyed. Thci- tsn fair prospect of a greater abundance of gram than last Register. Ho that a pleased with himself, easily ,'m. ho chall please others. not agree. They were pn.son'ir the Dis- [trict Atturuuy moved the court tu send the accused to A'ew Orleans for sofe-lieupine till next term, inasmuch as Ihe jail al Point Coupon was enlirely insecure This was resistud with great violence by ono of the counsel, who made some inflammatory re- marks, implicating the Judge. He was ur- dered to be silent, nnd on his refusal was sent to jail; and thus for the present the case was ended. The prisoner was ordered to Iho St. Franciuville jail till term in November. We understand thai the orderly citizens of the Parish at Point Coupee were very in- dignant at the insulting course pursued to- wards tho Judge, and tho gross outrage committed in court. We hope never to hear if such another scene in this or any other und accruing cosl, 1 will ihcn offer the feo simple of the said premises. McNuIty A M'Kinley A M'lntyro John M'ClureJohn Moore J W MilloA J II Marshall T L Noble John W Ncwhousc Isaac Osburn Homer OrfJolm Osburne WmD. Phillips Wm Pickren Margaret Publes Kobert Pattsrson Andrew 3 Power D. F Perdue Cornelius Requa J W Roberts A II Rcnno 0 M KiqunJH Robinson John A Smilh Mary Aim Stoddard Wm Sweet E II Sherman Oren Sabaurin Francis S Shelter C F 3 Swell Benj'n Skinner SelhC Simonton John Strout Joseph Smith William Stcbbins E Tailor Mary rharp Atnaria Threhy Wm Ulery E Vickers E P Wnshbiirn Thomas Wlmmore Ed Whitney Alanwn Waters "Mr Webster J B Walker John Williams Jos Williams Thos R Schweier Peter Gable Peter Most Adam 2 McriamS S Miller J il'iVauIl VVm Manning tilias Miller R P Martin Joanna N Conrad Notestine Newton Silas 0 Ormiston Airs Orwig Mary D Pardew John Pegg Snmucl Patterson lanac Potter Rufus Patce David R Reapc Bridget Ridel Davicf Rich Phclix Robinson VVm Scanlun P Smith Frederick Smith Jas Smith H T Spongier Michael Smith Mr or S Ward Smith D B Soles Lewis Shcrwin Nuncy Steel Adam Smith Sarah E Taylor Royal L 2 Tuman Jesie V Vandolah Jas Vancnmp W Wood Mathew Wilien John Williams David Wisner A Wood ruff Win C K. Waller. 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