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Indianapolis Indiana Democrat (Newspaper) - January 2, 1846, Indianapolis, Indiana A Tiitso and Robus beo or Golf Tison a san or Blake s Blu int up stairs apposite Brownings Washington Hall. Terms of subscription. 00 per year for single copies if paid in Advance. 50 if paid within six months. $3 00 if payment be delayed to the end of the Quot Viere five persons subscribe at one Post office and pay within the first ninety Days after the Date of subscription a 50 each will be received for the year or 52 of fifty subscribers will be supplied with 52 numbers or a year thus counted for $40 in Advance. Clubs of Twenty at one Post of inc at $1 25 each if paid in Advance. Terms of advertising. Advertisements at one Dollar per Square of 250 cams equal to 12 lines for the first three weeks Twenty five cents for each additional insertion. Advertisements of a Square three months for five dollars. Pleas a our own Meta coloured Minia titles. In. Teliga has the Honor of info mag the a citizens of Indianapolis members of the i Gia lature and visitors that he intends to remain the City during the session if business will warrant and take likenesses by the improved Daguerre an process. Experience and ample knowledge of the Art enables him to assure the Public that his likenesses in Strong impression Beauty colouring and life like appearance cannot be surpassed and above All they Are not subject to Quot metamorphosis Quot they will remain durable. Hoping that the Public will appreciate the value of his work he trusts himself to their generosity in receiving a Liberal patronage. Room in or. Griffith s building 2d Story opposite Palmer s hotel. Ladies and gentlemen Are very respectfully invited to Call and see his specimens. References Hon. A. S. White Quot e. A. Hannegan Quot g. S. Orth Quot James Morrison Jesse Williams Esq. Nov. 28,1845. 4-tf a kegs White Lead just received a Quot Quot also a fresh Supply of turpentine linseed Oil Copal varnish red Lead venetian red Lampblack amp a. Amp a. And for Sale by nov. 28, 1845. 4tf David Craighead. New arb vat at Ferguson s jewelry store breast pins a splendid lot of various sizes prices and qualities. Topaz Emerald Ruby and brilliants of every description. Nov 21 3tf . Figured plaid and Plain alpacas a Fine variety of patterns which will be sold very Low by 2tf j. Talbott. Cashing sees. Repp and waved Cashmere few very Beautiful patterns for ladies dresses at the Cash store of 2lf j. Talbott. Cash for flaxseed. The highest Market Price will be paid in Cash for any Quantity of clean flaxseed delivered at the City shoe store. 3tf j. H. Oglesby. Nov. 21 . Tea and table Cream Salt desert and Mustard spoons soup ladles &c., &c., at nov 21 3tf c. A. Ferguson s. Groceries. Young Hyson Imperial and Gunpowder teas very fresh crushed and powdered new Orleans sugar Nutmeg cloves spices Fine Quality of Cavendish tobacco &c., &c., at decl8 Lotf j. Cook amp son s. Sea eight Frodo sails will be received by the undersigned until wednesday the 7th Day of january ne.\t, for leasing water enough to propel three run of stones at lock to. 2, about one mile below the town of Indianapolis. H. Harris Aud. Pub. Accounts. Royal Mayhew treasurer Jno. H. Thompson Sec. Of state. December 1,1845. 6tf a very Superior article of sugar House molasses for Sale at the store of nov. 21 st j. Talbott s. Wanted. Wheat Corn Oats flour meal White Beans flax seed feathers tallow hides amp a. Amp a. For which the highest Cash Price will be paid y nov. 21 4tf_j. Talbott. Bibles bibles bibles lao bibles of every variety and style of Folio bibles pm. Turkey Gilt. Quarto Quot Turkey Ino. Quot Octavo Quot assorted Quot polyglot Bible l8mo, Plain sheep rolled cd. Quot Quot Morocco tucks Gilt of. Quot main eng. Calf Gilt cd. Quot Quot eng. Calf super extra Gilt de. Quot Quot Turkey Nior. Gilled. Pearl pocket Bible bested. Published Plain sheep. Quot Quot Quot inor. Tucks it. De. Quot Quot Quot pm n. Eng. Of it. De. Quot Quot Quot of. Sup. Extra it. Quot Quot Quot tur. Nior. Sex. It. Of. All the above bibles Are in the Philadelphia a binding. Just received Anil for Sale at reduced prices by nov21-3tf c. B. Davis bookseller. Fruit Trees it he subscriber is Quot just opening Quot a Nair very of j. Fruit Trees. He has now on hand a few thousand Apple and Pear Trees suitable for hauling a distance. Not confiding to his own judgment in his selections of fruit he has consulted experienced nurserymen and the Best authorities i hey Are made with special reference to the latitude of Indiana. A his Nursery is on the Indianapolis state Road South East Corner of Hamilton county eighteen Milar above Indianapolis and eight Miles be Low Pendleton or the Falls of fall Creek. G. Goldsmith. Am Ness Woodbury Madison co. La. 4-sw h brushes. Air cloth tooth and hat brushes for Sale cheap at nov 21-3tf c. A Ferguson s. New goods at the Dayton hat st shoe store i his Day received a Large Stock of boots and shoes which for elegance of style durable Ness and cheapness have never b in equalled in in Iliana. Hats and Caps there is where you can suit yourselves to All kinds and qualities from the plainest to the gayest made for gentlemen High Low Rich or poor without Tariff added to purchasers and of course cheap by Way of Competition. A Call is respectfully solicited. 3-2m j. K shape. B just cloths. Lue Black invisible Green and Lavender cloths Superior to any thing in the Market received by 2tf j. Talbott. Custom made boots and shoes. The subscriber has now in his employ the very Best workmen the country affords and has on hand a Large Quantity of the finest Stock of leather selected by himself expressly for this Market. He will manufacture but Iota and shoes of every description and style warranted to perform Well and at such prices As cannot fail to suit. He particularly desires the attention of the ladles. Ash a determined that none of the common paver Cru of much puffed shall begin to match with hib either in a oftness durability style or cheapness As they value their lives health and appearance it he and visit at this Emson of the year especially that they be neat arid comfortable under foot. They shall certainly be suited in every respect. Persons preferring imported boots and shoes Are informed that he has on hand an extensive assortment selected by himself and being practically familiar with the business All May rest assured that he has no boots or shoes that be cannot recommend a Superior to those generally sold. All desirous to be pleased in bargains Are invited to give him a Call. He is still at the old stand opposite Washington Hall two doors West of Tomlinson a drug store ready to wait on and suit his customers dec 15-6mo a. . I. Indianapolis Fri Day january 2, 14. For the Indiana Democrat. Air Quot think kindly of dear Mary one wish tis the offspring of feeling it comes from affection Devotion to thee t is the prayer of a heart at thy altar now kneeling be still and think kindly one moment of . When the Sun from the West spreads its shadows declining. Changing Day into darkness o or Hamlet and Lea. Then banish All care All regret and refining be still and think Kin done moment of on thy Pillow when sleep o or thy soft Eye is creep ing. Yet in dreamy awaking while thought wanders free remember affection like mine knows no sleeping then loved one think kindly one moment of . Tho distance divides us by Fate we Are parted tho severed on Earth we Are destined to be. Be thy spirit like mine Ever faithful True hearted. Turning kindly dear lady each moment to . Say again Quot i yet think i must love thee forever Quot a in Sunshine and storm whether shackled or free. Thus in spirit United no Lime can us sever and thy thoughts still will linger most kindly on . Quot Hope on and Hope Alto ays the motto Well cherish the pledge we Nave sealed always sacred shall be All else that is worldly May Wither and perish. E or i will forget thy Faith plighted to . Correspondence of the Washington Union. New York dec. 21, 1845. Dear sir you will notice by a late foreign arrival that the British press is out almost unanimously in the most fulsome and Antim onial Praise of Daniel Webster s Boston speech in which he propounds Independent government for Oregon and takes Strong anti War this Praise has Peculiar value in estimation. The demonstrates conclusively that the popular British feeling is opposed to War for Oregon. The ground of its assimilation to the whigs and sympathy with them is manifestly because the whigs Are regarded As the anti War party. To Praise Webster is to strengthen whig policy. They take him for a great popular Leader. How profoundly mistaken it is Clear from the last editions of the British press that they attach Little or no value to Oregon and Are opposed to fighting for it. And it is equally Clear that any ministry which adopts the War policy of invading the United states for Oregon must resign. Ireland cannot be expected to take any other position than that of an inactive enemy to such a fratricidal War waged almost As much against her own native sex citizens As against native americans. Think of an army of irishmen invading America Why it would be like an army of Snow flakes invading the Ocean a if they descended Snow they would fall water. I ask your attention to the late resolutions of our Young men s general committee particularly upon our Oregon Boundary. I am proud of the Noble patriotic stand taken by the democracy of new York. It is bold Independent patriotic american. We can never yield to Missouri Michigan Illinois Indiana Ohio Tennessee and Pennsylvania the Honor of asserting and maintaining our country s rights and our country s new York will stand shoulder to shoulder in the line and lock step in the assure our administration that the democracy of new York protest against yielding our Clear and unquestionable rights demonstrated such before the world to an equal a rival if not an enemy. They would not have yielded them before the last six months Bustle and bluster in English Navy Yards a fort Iori will they not yield their rights in the fact of these belligerent preparations in Terro Reml we could yield much anything to an inferior a we could yield much to Mexico but nothing to arrogant great Britain except her rights. She has rights even in Oregon she has rights there at present under the treaty or convention of 1818.�? and it May be that sir Robert Peel and lord Aberdeen by their ambiguous assertion of Quot rights in Oregon Quot and their Quot preparedness to maintain them Quot intended nothing More than the rights which that convention and that alone gave to them. I suggest this thought for your consideration. The coincidence of this language shows a predetermined and deliberate agreement upon the terms used. They have All the ambiguity of Delphian oracles and May be As valueless. But not so either the language in which our rights in Oregon Are asserted nor the language by which they arc maintained. Quot be sure you re right Quot the eccentric Faid Quot and when you re right then go our Rin i t s in proved by James Buchana a and Well mini iii it with our Cannon. Esbe. Dreadful inhumanity. On thursday evening we heard a narrative which although strictly and certainly True seemed to us to transcend All the fabled horrors narrated by Eugene sue about ten years ago a Lunatic of Monticello in this state was sent by his family at the Lunatic Asylum at Lexington. On his arrival at that institution or shortly afterwards he appeared so Calm and rational that the superintendent or managers sent him Home. At Home he became violent and his family determined to dispose of him so that he should trouble them no longer. Accordingly they built near their own residence a very Small and Strong Block House and around that another thus making a double Block House. A they left a narrow opening through which they thrust the Lunatic and when he was in they built up the opening leaving a Little orifice just Large enough to id Mit his food being extended to Bim. And in that horrid prison for Teo Long ears of heat and cold the wretched Lunatic has been kept by his own family with no bed clothes no fire and no Hope of escape except through the Gate of death. The people of Monticello Are a Chris tian Community. Why in the name of heaven and Earth do they permit such horrible barbarity to be enacted in their midst we have Felt some hesitation in recording this incident lest it might injure the character of Kentucky but our sen of the claims of humanity is stronger than even our state journal dec. 24. Secret poisoning. The most remarkable example of secret poisoning in recent times was the marchioness of Bri Millers who lived at Paris 1670. An officer named st. Croix of Good family but ruined reputation having formed an intrigue with her i her friends procured his confinement Irr the Bastile where he acquired from some italians the Art of compounding Poison. A on his liberation he hasted to the marchioness and imparted to her his acquisition As a Means of avenging themselves and bettering their own fortunes. She eagerly entered into his views and carried on the horrid Trade with diabolical activity. Her husband father Brothers and sister quickly perished. She is said to have disguised herself As a nun and distributed poisoned biscuits to the poor in order to try the Efficacy of her poisons. Her career was Cut Short by an Accident. A Glass mask which st. Croix wore while preparing his poisons fell off and he was found suffocated in his Laboratory. A casket was also found there which was directed to Madame Bri Hilliers but opened by the police. It contained Poison sufficient to destroy a Community labelled differently according to their effects As ascertained by experiments on st. Croix s servant was seized tortured and confessed the crimes of his employers in which he had aided. The marchioness escaped but at last was captured a and having undergone the torture with inflexible courage was beheaded. On her person was found a full confession and detail of her horrid crimes. Case of judge Oarland of the supreme court of . The new Orleans Picayune of the 11th inst., says Quot a preliminary examination into the reports which Nave been for some Days in circulation respecting judge Garland was commenced last evening before judges Maurian and Collins in the Parish court room. Or. Kilty Smith and John Mcdonough were alone examined. Or. Smith was the broker who negotiated and or. Mcdonough the party represented As the drawer of the note which was the foundation of the rumours respecting the judge. The evidence of these individuals was of the gloomiest character imaginable taking what they deposed for truth and we have no grounds for supposing any thing else judge Garland has been guilty of a forgery. Indeed it was in testimony that a note for $6,000 was drawn Over the signature of John Mcdonough a signature subscribed to a complimentary letter which he sent to the judge accompanying a present of strawberries or some other trifling gift the writing above the signature having been extracted by some chemical process. When the authenticity of the note was disputed or. Smith called upon judge Garland and informed him of the fact. After some words the judge protesting that the note was a genuine one refunded a Large portion of the Money and accompanied a Friend of or. Smith s to or. Mcdonough s Home to have the matter explained. Or. Mcdonough testified that when he met judge Garland he was Haggard and Pale As death. He implored him to save him and his family from utter destruction. Or. Mcd. Stated that he was overcome by the supplications of the judge who gave his note for the balance of the Money obtained from the Sale of the first note. Thus he hoped the affair would rest. This is about the substance of the evidence Given before the examining court. We might make Many columns of the testimony but the whole affair is so painful in its character so Deso lating in its effects upon the reputation of the party suspected and so ghastly in its details that we forbear to enter upon there was some Little Contrariety in the evidence and undoubtedly there has been prevarication on the part of or. Mcdonough perhaps it was a desire on his part to save the judge from the consequences of his guilt that induced him to give different versions of the same transactions but the effect of the whole testimony was such As to leave no question on the mind of any one present that a or amp be and heinous crime had Beeai committed. About the time off court commenced its session judge Garland attempted to commit suicide % jumping off the Steamboat Sultan into the River. He was rescued by Captain Wilson of the Steamer f. Streck before drowning and after a second time endeavouring to take his own life was carried Home in a state of great exhaustion. A More terrible retribution never yet overtook an offender against the Laws of the land. Hii self a High priest of the Law he has fallen under its dreadful denunciations. Judge Garland was formerly a member of Congress from Louisiana and a very influential one. But what a Len should the fall of this i give to the he enjoyed the love and Confidence of his fellow citizens i he had reached some of the highest stations of Honor which they could Confer upon him he aspired to other posts which he would have achieved but at once he Falls into the Depths of degradation. Who can know the heart of Man and who stand in judgment against his fellow 1&Quot on the 11th, a warrant was issued for his arrest on a charge of perjury. The Picayune of the 12th says Quot since then no authentic intelligence has been received respecting him. He had not been arrested last evening from which we infer that he was not to be found at his usual residence but what has become of him whether he is in the City or gone hence or if gone whither has not transpired. It was rumoured that he made new attempts to put an end to his existence. Atrocious murder. Slip from the office of the n. Y. Police reporter dated sunday december 14, 4 o clock p. M., gives the following account of tie murder of a woman and two children Quot last evening while or. Jacobs a Farmer residing near White Stone up the East River was absent on a visit to Albany a negro by the name of Henry Carter went to the House of or. J., and there made an attempt to ravish mrs. Jacobs. The wretch unable to carry out his hellish scheme in consequence of the struggling of his victim and no doubt fearing exposure smothered her with a Blanket by cramming it into her Mouth. The scoundrel then took two of mrs. Jacobs s children a girl and a boy Between the Ages of eight and ten and put them to death by dashing out their brains with a rolling pin. A third child of mrs. Fortunately fled and secreted himself in a barn until the murderer fled. We learn that footsteps have been traced to the River Side in consequence of the Snow which fell on saturday evening though the Marks made Are such As would make a person think that the murderer had placed the Heel of his shoes Forward to prevent detection so As to leave tho imprint that the murderer had come from the River Side instead of going from the House. Murder. Yesterday afternoon a murder was committed in the Coffee House at the Corner of Floyd and Market streets. The circumstances As related to us Are these a Man named Hawthorn was setting in a Quot chair asleep when a fellow whose name is cd Oxton came into the House with a Brick in his hand and struck the sleeping Man on the neck killing him after his death Croxton stamped his victim on the floor. He had not been arrested when we received our information. Lou. Times. Pantaloons and scandal. A few weeks ago we told a Story of conjugal Fidelity in which a pair of Unchis parables figured prominently. The bos ionians have lately experienced a joke of the same kind a gentleman of Charles town mass., left Home to go to the theatre but changed his mind and returned at nine o clock. Soon after he retired to bed his wife complained of being very ill and begged him to get her some Brandy. Alarmed the Good Man hastily dressed and hurried to the shop where he purchased the required drink and putting his hand in his pocket took from it a Quarter of a Dollar As he supposed All he had in change he was positive. The shopkeeper gave him four dollars and seventy five cents in change. The piece was examined it was a half Eagle. The gentleman Felt again in Hia pockets and found Over $200 there. He looked Sharp at the Unchis parables they were not his own while those he had doffed on going to bed were among the missing. . Senate. Monday dec. 29. Petitions were presented by messes. Todd Rockhill Buell Wood Jones Parks Montgomery Hardin Davis Jackson and Allison. By or. Zenor a remonstrance against a change in the county line of Harrison county. Or. Hardin also presented a remonstrance against the abolishment of the office of county auditor in Johnson county. The petition presented by him on that subject and the remonstrance were Laid on the table. Reports from standing committees. Or. Chapman of Reported Back the Hill auth Rizii a Call for a convention k id on the table. Or. Chapman of l., from the same con Mittee reported a Bill in relation to clerk s at sales of administrators passel to a second Reading. By or. Pomeroy from same committee reported a Bill fixing fees of officers passed to a second Reading. Or. Berry of m., from the committee on education made a minority report relation to the permanent location of the deaf and dumb Asylum contending that it ought to be located at Bloomington. A motion was made to print five Hundred copies. Or. Coffin moved to Amend by requiring the Public Printer Rostich them separately he wished an Opportunity to read the majority report the other he did not wish to Send to his . _ or. Hamrick opposed the publication of either report. He did not believe it necessary. Or. Reyoum. Did not oppose the printing but wtt8 anxious that they should be published separately. Or. Coflin s amendment was not adopted. Or. English demanded a division of the question on printing ayes 21, nays 26. Or. Herriman from the committee on canals and internal improvements reported Back an act relative to water Power at Northport in Noble county and recommended its passage. Or. Morgan of d. Moved that it be referred to the committee on claims. He regarded it As an improper diversion of the proceeds of the Wabash and Erie canal fund. Or. Herriman explained the object of the Bill. He argued that it would afford a Revenue to the state. Or. Morgan s motion did not prevail. Or. Buell moved that it lie on the table did not prevail. Ordered to be engrossed and read a third time. Or. Goodenow from the committee on the state Bank reported Back the Bill of the House authorizing w. Hughes &c., to substitute his note instead of Ottis amp Paig in Madison Branch Bank with one amendment and recommended its passage passed. Or. Buell from the same committee made a report in relation to the branches of Michigan City and Lafayette concluding with recommending a joint Resolution requiring the governor to cause a Cirie facial to be issued against those branches to show cause Why they should not be wound up. On motion of Imp. Chapman of l., the joint Resolution was read twice and then Laid on the table for the present. Reports from select committees. Or. Ellis reported a Bill in accordance with the prayer of h. B. A hipped and others for Levering Shaker Prairie on the Wabash River read three times and passed. Or. Edmonson reported a Bill author izing the school commissioners of Pike county to release a certain note therein named. Or. Morgan of d. Reported Back Bill of the House in relation to the summoning of jurors in Decatur and Darren counties and recommended its passage read three times and passed. Or. Chapman of Reported the Bill for the Relief of settlers on the Wabash and Erie canal lands with an amendment concurred in and passed. Or. Pomeroy moved to take from the table the Bill providing for the remuneration of Sylvester House and others for the apprehension of Joseph Gould amp. Read third time and passed. Or. Bowers reported Back to the Senate the Bill amending the act for the erection of a Bridge across Laughery Creek in Ripley county passed. Or. Lane reported it inexpedient to legislate on the subject of the i Ilion of t. Levis concurred in. Or. Holloway reported a Bill for the vacation of a certain part of Howard st., and certain alleys in West Richmond read three times and passed. Resolutions. Or. Howell moved to take up the Resolution in relation to the election of a superintendent on the new Albany and Vin Cennes Road prevailed. Or. Davis moved that it lie on the table carried. Or. Handy moved to take up the Resolution fixing a time for an adjournment sine die carried. Or. Chapman of Moved to strike out the 12th of january and insert the 5th. Or. Lane moved to insert the 19th of january. Or. Howell moved that the Resolution and amendments lie on the table. The consideration of the Resolution and amendments was postponed until monday next. And the Senate adjourned. Afternoon session. The apportionment Bill was Laid Over until to Morrow. The Resolution to go into an election of a superintendent of the new Albany and Vincennes Road on tomorrow was taken up and adopted. Or. Verbryke introduced a Resolution inquiring into the expediency of provi Ding fire apparatus at Indianapolis for the Protection of the Public buildings. Bills introduced. By or. Buell to Amend the act incorporating the Lawrence Burgh and Harrison Turnpike company read three times and passed. By or. Ellis amending an act to incorporate the Indiana Church at Vincennes read three times and passed. By or. Chapman of l., to increase the salaries of the judges of the supreme and circuit courts referred to the committee on the judiciary. By or. Orth to provide for the erection of a Monument on the Tippecanoe Battleground read three times and passed. This Bill provides that a fund be established by opening books in the several auditors offices under the supervision of the auditors for the it impose of receiving subscriptions and donations to said fund. The auditors annually to pay Over to the state Treasury the amount collected which shall Bear an interest of 6 per cent until a sufficient sum for the erection of a proper Monument shall have accumulated. By or. Goodenow for the Relief of Henry Shiner. On motion of or. English this Bill was Laid on the table. Or. Pomeroy for the Relief of William Phillips of st. Joseph referred to the committee on claims. Or. Berry off a Bill to repeal Puim of certain acts therein named Referio to the committee of the state Bank. This provides that the exist ii Laws authorizing the state Bank to Issue Small Bills be repealed. Or. Hames to apportion senators and rear natives for the next five years limiting the number of senators to thirty seven and representatives to seventy four. Or. Herriman moved to Lay the bul on the table and 100 copies ordered to printed failed. The Bill was then read a third time and passed. This Bill was a Mere matter of Experiment and was suffered to pass in a joke mostly by default. Bills on their third Reading. The Bill to incorporate the Wabash navigation company passed. Authorizing the trustees of a certain congressional township in Wells county to Lay off a town passed. In relation to the fees of the recorders of the counties of Adams Wells and Jay passed. To incorporate the Indianapolis and Peru rail Road company passed. The Bill defining the duties of county treasurers auditors and supervisors of High pcs was Laid on the table. The Senate . Monday dec. 29, 1845. Petitions and remonstrances were presented by messes. Snook Brumfield Wil son Stanfield Smith Jones Herron Ruby Henton Clements Arnold Lanius and Kimberlin which were referred. Resolutions. Or. Hazel i to appoint a select committee to inquire into the expediency of establishing a sinking fund for the payment of the Public debt adopted. Or. Logan to proceed to the election of a superintendent on the new Albany and Vincennes Road at 2 p. M., the Senate concurring adopted. Or. Kimberlin that the legislature adjourn sine die on the 12th january. Or. Vandeveer moved to insert 15th. On motion of or. Thompson the whole was Laid on the table ayes 50, nays 44. Or. Secrest to provide for the compensation of marshal &c., for the presidential election in 1844 adopted. Bills Intro tired. Or. Thompson introduced a joint Resolution asking of Congress the remaining Moiety of unsold lands in the Vincennes land District for the completion of the Wabash and Erie canal to Evansville passed to a second Reading. Or. Mickle for the Relief of a. Hendricks amp son. Or. Tedford to incorporate the wild cat navigation company. Or. Taber to appoint engineers to re Guage the amount of water consumed by the lessees of water Power on the Wabash and Erie canal. Or. Stapp to incorporate the Madison fire insurance company. Or. Dole to Grant the right of Way to a Road company in Vermillion county. All of which passed to a second Reading. Or. Hazelrigg moved to take up the Bill for the Relief of Wabash College. This Bill extends the time of paying the debt of f8,000 to the state to five years and reduces the rate of interest from 7 to 5 per cent it elicited a warm discussion and was supported strongly by messes. Hazelrigg Julian Dowling and Cookerly at some length and opposed with great bitterness by messes. Thompson Vandeveer Riley Clymer Shanks and Carr. Afternoon session. Bills passed. The following Bills on their third Reading passed to incorporate the Brookville manufacturing company to incorporate the Evansville medical society to incorporate the uni i medical society of Northern Indiana for the Relief of Benjamin Powell and others for the Relief of purchasers of school lands in Vigo county to Amend the charter of fort Wayne to provide for a certain Road Bridge across the canal to change the name of Dob Sonville to chamber Burgh to authorize John Easton to erect Mills &c., in Allen county to Amend the revised statutes in regard to Trust funds to locate a Road in Fulton and Marshall counties to authorize the late collector to collect arrearage of taxes in Jefferson county to make an allowance to Sylvester House for arresting a fugitive from the Penitentiary. Bills on their second Reading were then taken up and amended or ordered to be engrossed. The amendment of the Senate to the Bill fixing the compensation of jurors was concurred in. The Bill bikes the allowance at 91,00 per Day giving the county boards the privilege of reducing to 75 cents or raising to a 1,25. And the House adjourned. Cima. Cloths cal Simens and settings a Good a Bort ment for a a a a up. A Rtiz a deals Lois j Cook st. Son do Iuca. Mow Ket a Motif amp Bonnet and of rib boat a a a a a it is Ducal prices st s. Cook it Sony. Deals Lotf kid ou9tvs. A Superior Qiu ii of ladies and a mkt a kid gloves j. Cook amp son s. Deals Lofb nov. 28. 4tfoou� pencils. Fine lot of old pencils and keys ring of every we Eier a a ity of Sumie fancy shirt studs at n ov21 3if c. A. Techs on. Party mus Sasin few Pieras left of Ikee for Ludiea evening deem a de6ll-fr4w no. I we How a Mimi

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