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Bloomington Post (Newspaper) - August 5, 1836, Bloomington, Indiana $3 per Iii Ivy the Advance. An a Tylli Kirr pc feb want no diktat ass. A a at it or Tim Ycu a by a l. , ii Biava Friday Aijo St a 1886. Vol. 1.40. From the Norfolk Herald june 25. Latest from the South. Byther team pocket William sea Bro Lejk capt. Sub big from a Barleston arrived thib morning we have received Frosti our correspondent in that City i hair own Pipirs to tuesday evening and those of Sii Variah Mobile and a Orle Aoi one any in a Vance of the Nail. I he w. S. Had a so org East orly wind to contend with but never the less made the run to the capes in Hay hours. We give below go h i Lri a 8 from our p to cry a Are of any i fit rest. Lik ported death of pow Ell it will be icon by the following thai Pohli is a it i it in to have been kill ii ill .1 Willi Molber Chick we will Ali no i dil to Ibe report from Lii Mauhili to Lii Rii or june 11. Or. ii i lie medi no of your pm pc. To liar kit our duty to Fanti Pon e ice of Iii Lily important nature. Last evening on Llic 8il of june in Indian who Calls i Imit if o Lia by u Ca came into the a on the utile Iver. It Ikis been brie lays coming fron Flurida rides n very Good Pony and is on his w by to tin Jaii Liila tribe of Lii Diati mar a cd liver. J he Day Bil re in Kofl tin Ham Nutzki Owell �11j u Biel ii o Polo Plith had a Fri i i by. Int in received a Wiki jul in itis Idt near Thi Luearl with a Halliel Wlinich inst Milly of used big death. 1 he if Jidi of she deceased were i to kill Ibe joining Elief bul tie Furce eded in tank Iii Bis escape. We ii stoned him Leepe cling Llic disposition of the ins. He stated that they would Ever be unfriendly to the men who had taken their land. He also stated in it there was much firkin ass among them san thing like cholera or bad bowl i con Plain. There arc All Lue Fai is a it of in in Poi Tant feature which err Learned from him Jonathan r. Watson. Jacob Vlcko is. A a a Genll Cmary from Wel Tempka in forms us that Mcvene he indians who a a caped from tie in Itig Quot Fly jail posted themselves Iti a Homie ii Eai i d , whet it a is Tell part old ii it a lacked i m i d Kil l a give and it Iiri cd with the other two prison o or. Robinton of the town of tin u i hitches Wai the Loren Iuit Amon these who Quot prom cited lie in ii a t. A a storm it amidst the Conti Mial Lino Lite Liidia Uii Anil was hot i Loo a Thili nil. Our Iii i it i Uia it does but believe that the Hoselle i milians Aie ver dui Wieri is at in was of of a t it pm ii Whilt h Securi d the whole set Elii get of the upper , and Ould not find an Indian who Olfert d re i Tancif have the seven who Tsi api d trim hit Montgomery j Oil and who in site ii from Auirre Derpera Ion. Virice 0� the Wjk Nouv it , june i 11 a. H. The Milledgeville he Gordei a he fid lowing Tutell Getu e of me a Malilla a capture in which that paper pm ice credit. We Hope ital it is True. Quot Ivy he pc been favored with the it following Ite to of news received by the last mail from a most re Spicl a ble source in Columbus no a , Ihu great Warrior of the creeks and at the head of the hostile Paity and his a on have been taken Prii Oneri and brought fort mitc Luu b general Jessup general Jei up marched irom Tuskegee with even Hundred White men and live Hundred Friend in indians. They a Pai de near me a i Camp and Lent Levrai of their Ludmun to him they succeeded in decoding him a Little from the Rump and took him and his Sun Prizont 18. Liis morning general Scott win sent for from fort Mitchell and has gone there. Should the above Newi to Correct find Thyra a the Bett reason to credit it be he Matula a capture inuit Timve h pop or us influence in bringing Hob Tiliti eito c Oie no be u the very soul of Tho Haiti la Pirty. The tfx opt of Foft Jones we Are informed a or the Iii purity con Quot a citing Tbs a Winner Monroe mid part of the us wort , wit ill Lico uling had a Brash with a i it a. To nor were j Bud to return o tie Fott. It u mid that the cominis sary James h. Warren formerly of Pulaski was killed. The adjournment. Congress adjourned at 3 p. M. On the 4th inet. Having Previn Oil pahed several important Bill the Fate of which had been regarded As doubtful a among them the appropriation of some millions of dollars to consummate the fraud upon the Cherokee indians under the Guise Ofa negotiated treaty but really to direct robbery the port and Harbor Bill on of the schemes of profligate expenditure invented to get rid of the surplus the re Tognani Zirion of the land office the erection Ofa new Treasury building and a Patent Olyce the the Cumberland Road amp a. Ami in the i Moi sures says the National in t Ali Genyei which have not Ripen Eil into Laws Are those for the increase of till army Foi the re Cognize it Tion of the n a and the Extension of the Liidi i in system for the Benefit of the the mischief that the last Congress has done however and All the Good the it it has failed to do is a loved for by the passage of the Deposit Bill,.wresting the Public Money Horn the custody of the executive and from the vaults of the pets and to the people whose ills. We learn that a most disgraceful 0crnrrei\c took place in the House o i on saturday night previous to the adjournment or. S ugh i land of pen who temporarily occupied the chair called or. , of a. To order who resented it As an it proper Piile reference grossly Iii Milter the chair. Or. Polk shortly after resumed his seat received he same Irea Tinct from or. In Liams and finally the whole h use was insulted by or. W. Who placed a Misc Fin a bullying attitude and defied All who had j lined in the cry of a order the result was that the Louie p i5? an Uii Animas vote of cedi sure upon him a Iid his expulsion was generally of. On monday however or. Williaim s made a suitable Anlu a and the Vole of censure was of pm Yfim in the House re us a county a worthy and estimable Citi fax Jim in a it As an improper interfere zen a the enemy lost one killed cer Enre with the j turn Alt Lynch. Or. -0 is Wall known that this inveterate Savage had time warning and so had likewise me a Micco bit right hand Man timely notice to come in with All their indians if they were disposed for peace it is also Well known that the both refused and never talked olt Friendship or getting to the Whitel until Here of late when no one thanks them for it not one since their refusal has Ever wished them to be Friendly or to come in. We must begin to see verified what we at the Start predicted that the head chief and ringleaders would try to shuffle out of it after knowing of and advising the but Cheries which have been committed and after enjoying their full share of the plunder which has been stolen. Bit one engagement of much Conse Iii lire since our last publication has oct Rrt do it happened on last thursday veiling near fort Jones be tween a Large body of indians and Capi. Flow Ellen s company from Munro county and maj. Still s company from Stewart. We have not received the details of the account of Fici Lily and therefore can Only state it As we have heard it. Captains Flewellen and still fought the enemy for a cup Quot Lima a Rhan found that they were about to be ranked and their Retreat cutoff at a Bridge on a Creek Between them and the fort thereby preventing them from getting there it was deemed advisable to fall Back slowly decoding the indians on from the River swamp in which they Lay and from which they had greatly the advantage in position towards the fort. The scheme succeeded and the indians pursued them up to the fort when a general and severe fight was kept up to the close of the evening. At this juncture Gen. Lowe and capt. Dawson came with their respective forces to their Relief and the i Demy fled. What the result would have been u this Aid had not arrived is beyond the Ken of human knowledge. 1 he kill Ejon the part of the Whites was on one Man or. James Warren a gentleman formerly sheriff of Pulaski Tain for he was dragged into the fort and scalped and they were seen to a Arry or others which is their Cus Rani Ilic c Bluml u9 enquirer june torn the indians succeeded in crossing the River the next morning and that appeared on on Side since. The creeks. Move mint or the . On Moi id in morning last the army if Georgia re Cross a the Catt ahoo Chee on its Man h towards Roanoke. At that Point under m j. Gen. San lord it will again Cross the River and eur the he a re a the enemy s coun by. A Lorca we ule thrown along the River below to prevent the Eie ipe of the indians. Such of the army is Are yet unarmed will be supplied before this event takes place. We had the pleasure of seeing the army March through our City and marked with Pride and Delight the animated and cheerful expression which lighted up the countenance of ally i very Soldier seemed pleased at the Chan be and cheered by Tho Prospect head and eager to share the Meed of Praise which has been recently won by a handful of their Brave comrades i arms a eing nov Ori mixed the army of Georgea will tymm go operate with the army of Al la of a la Ioder be ii a Jesup mow. Ter Are now on the Field and Saar the towns of the hostile. Tbs a will wait for the co operation of the geor Gia of ices when a combined movement will take i ice and if the red a Sii iks do not Fly the track nor let Down there will to fresh laurels won. And deeds of valor done. At any rate we Hope that they will have so much to do on their own Side if indeed they have any that they will Noi have to take the trouble to Cross the River to ours in order to get a tight in future. We have great satisfaction in stating tha certainty of the capture or surrender of that famous a id Veteran chief Neah Mathia this aged Warrior and son surrendered themselves prisoners a few Days since to Jim l3oy, a Friendly chief and Wert carried into Geu. Jessup s Camp. It is said he expressed himself when surprised at his Campt As being entirely Friendly and that he had Long desired an Opportunity of getting to he Blui this trick will not Uke it they sent u few of their number to fire on capt. Dawson s company on Board the Metamora As a Check while the main body crossed higher up. I quite a in Este by a gentleman who belongs to colonel Mclemore s command of the Cihua flip a a a a Tuy . Learn that All is quiet in that Section a in Hostiles been Beard of of late the indians appear to be Friendly Dis posed and none of the Whites have been murdered since the killing or. Edwards. The settlers have i commenced working their crops again by a gentleman from fort Mitchell we learn that about 52 hostile Indi and consisting of men women and children have been brought into that place prisoners. The men Are key it safely chained and guarded. Old be us Mathia is there a of has 1>c�q Beard to say hot age ii cd Tom White a would a Haibt a Ijiro it Tomt to moot kit a atm Siodo Abts Fth or and Oart Lal bearing of his Morel enting chief though he is now quite old and much wasted in flesh Yel Bis Eye is As fierce and keen in its glance As the wildest Eagle of the Mountain. He i the Only Indian that the writer of this article Ever saw that could look a White Man full in the Eye when you address Lim. If he had his youth and strip Ngab at this time is he had in the Days when he led of his warriors against old Hickory to the first Fiori a War be would be the Whites a great Deal of trouble. His capture will distract Tbs boy us no Little. His judgment is yet Strong and Bis coun Sels no doubt Bave been listened to and ctr led into execution by Bis More Youthful Bat less Savage a of re Veng Eail warriors. The United states con Tny of marines have arrived under Ina Cei Irmand of cot. Hamersen Ltd a in proceed to the Hattre of War Lii Georgia forces it is presumed Rath de Road oks on just today and his Tery few Dan we a by Lodge it for a Battle and in had of lbs Creek War. Gen. Scott and staff left oar City this morn info thursday for the army now at /?oanoke., whole of our forces Are now Well armed and easer for a fight. We Stop the press to say that information has just reached us that twelve Hundred hostile indians have ibis Day surrendered themselves at fort Mitchell with All their army amp a. We cannot vouch for the above but it comes very straight. Latest the Augusta Sentinel presents the following letter from Columbus dated june 25. The was will now end and i am in Hopes in a few a 8. The whole in Dian territory is now Surucu idd. Yesterday 805 hostile indians come to fort Mitchell delivered teems Clits up. About 700 reported Friendly ones but who robbed and Burnt houses were taken by the forces under command of general Moore stationed in our Section a few Days before 1 left Irwinton. 1 now consider ourselves very Safe. The Augusta of the 29ih adds the following letter from Columbus dated a Ulie a is Jujj a Resi erday a parly of us in company of the governor and suit went Down on Board the Steamboat Metamora to fort Mitchell to see the indians that came in the Day before and surrendered themselves prison hers of War. There is i think about 700 in All women and children 250 were warriors and were Well armed and equipped. Jim Henry with his party was supposed to be some 10 or 15 Miles below in a Large swamp and general Scott on one Side of the liver and general Jesup on the other in Pursuit of them and it is thought they will have a fight with them in a Day or two. I . Myself but the War is nearly Over with the creeks they have taken two of the indians that were engaged in robbing the mail and killed another. They were on their Way to port my Idiell with them but had not arrived wbk Nieft. A the opposes of Gen. Harrison say a Nhat he is not fit for it ii presidency that Sechas no talents As a f Harrison is the Only one of the pros ent candidates or Bat office who is a practical Farmer and the Farmers of this country have degenerated indeed since the revolution if they cannot now produce from their ranks a Man who is fit for the presidency. It was not so in the Olden time. Then he country looked to he Farmers to find Good Public servants and they found them too Jilin. Aijo Apu a a a a a a without selfishness or ambition but of giant intellect and incorruptible integrity. And we cannot but think there would he More purity and wis Dom in our Public councils a now if More of the chief officers of the nation were filled from the agricultural and mechanical canst s. Ebert Cali we expect to find a president of True re publican principles and Stern integrity if not among the virtuous by yeomanry h . E Strong and Elear Heads and pure hearts Are the Best safeguard of our Freedom in War and in peace is a Man unfit Ribe on or it com less if or Bat Olics because they were called to it from their farms Farmers of Indiana will you not support one of your own class and profession shall not the chair of Washington and Jackson be occupied by a Farmer of your own Section of he Union Are you a fraid to Trust a brother Farmers a Pioneer like Many of you with the Powers of a chief magistrate can you set him aside to give room to new Voik lawyer who has always opposed Western interests just in Catt a few Celce Heidi re to in the Buuri More convention Taid to Indiana palladium. Tuft la in would give blk their almost support. to in a had tells a it tits vote Wil out be so unanimous for Harlson. As be bad expected thai Rarrig pm Hii Omke a Good president eur Tyr Bat be vote of Indian is a cd to or. when and where and by whom in the Baitian Ore cd attn. Tion. A indeed we had forgotten that and supposed the people free yet to vote As they pleased. A. Spen re of fort Wayne and some three or foor Collar us the lord Only knows How Many or who appointed them Ltd give the Vole of of the people of Indiana �0 or. Van Burn in the said convention gave the vote of Tenne Twojay to the magician at the Saab a time and sundry other democrats carried up to the convention in their breeches pocket it it the Voles of nearly All tie other Stater. Our Friend col. Spencer is a very Clever Man and no doubt had As n Uch weight in the convention As any other member but we suspect tm4b� int salary of his land t flite a i Leet or. Gotten Ameng the other tid arguments that inclined his a elections to Kauji jul Effii. Now if bad that same solid argument of $3000, a year we might perhaps agree with the col. Exactly but not having the same Bright evidence before our ryes he must Pardon the people if they should come to a different conclusion. But really we would have liked of see the Gallant col. And his colleagues from this state walk i a in the convention and depose for Van by run the vote of the people of Indiana. We know of no Man a Hose breeches pocket could More conveniently carry he votes of a whole s ale but still Here is something so singly in giving a whole a a the away in conceal rating All the debt pc. Racy of a great slate in Jore s person though it be a portly on Tbs to we fan. By we see his Eye sparked Bis intellectual Crun tenancy to tinted up with unusual dignity a it a Volmie Man dilated into a Tore pro not Ely , As be marches up to Lay at the feet of the magician the Boi age and Obe. of the tote Ign people of Ladi Ana. We Are a try son indeed for general Harrison that coi. Spencer has thus bargained on votes away log or. Van Buren we would have Iven them a i it a much More pleasure to Gen. Hurri irn. But a hat is done cannot Leht ipod. The col. Is a smart Iran Hus been in Public Lite so Long Ai d r�8�lsfo Many newspapers that lie certainly ought to know better who is fit for pics ident Titan the Mere Timmon people do but a wish the col. Would still let us vote for Harrison that is in he can consistently with his notions of propriety. Do palladium. I in a few a Ecks Tbs people of Indiana will be called upon to give Tbs in votes for a successor to Gen. Jackson in the president in chair. Asger Erali Harrison is like Jackson a a a a a Tern Many a Farner Licqua isted we to the Walls of the West and with no. Is even Bis enemies Bavy a ceded a so amp Otke and a Stattman a fat lot and a scholar we supposed Tbs Wea Tero people Aad esp Cully Tkv a of a Friend related to us a few Dayi since the following that occurred it Lexington in this state on the 4lh of july Wihib Lead or lived in the Day when tire coisted m belief in step natural Power would Bave Maui cd to la friends of Van Buren to a Landon their candidate in deep air. To Brothers Obj a Friend of the Farmer of North Bendi other of he new York Spect tlaloc coh it Ioc two a it Bailee no a a Milf a Itka in every parc Lff of a re a Ibey Resim m a Ade a Ilia the Zuten tension off Vlf term a fat the sane time on the Day of the anniversary of our natio Wil Ludepen Piacz. Of Clursea Large concourse of i times assembled to win a the ate Nylon. I he a ords a Fin. Henry Harriton were painted on one of the by loons and those of Jit Artin Van Barm Quot of the Uther. The san a Eany were made uie of to raise Tbs a i. They both Rose Beauty fury a midst ing and loud Vutsas of their rasped Tiva ii ends but a Bill Tbs in. H. Harrison continued to a Send majestically the Marlia Van Buren was Ebser Ved to Stop a Short i Stane adv a the boy so opa had of Slali a Aram next descend cd of Tbs a arts racer re Iago or to Lall it Tbs May wbk a it pm Waal cd a Koto iils a aest. Tbs ballot to Wai Ems Ltd. Had no do feet by la inv by aah the Al Tetart was Aadu to re lib u Bat a itt a Batter Sacma Tom by fort. In a a in tips morn us of Hilt som Fidai fish my or i Btu siak by up from tip a a or to la and Idlof cry of d. A

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