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Indianapolis Indiana Democrat (Newspaper) - June 25, 1831, Indianapolis, Indiana By a. F. Morrison. Temps. Two doll an per annul in Silvan cd a tvs doll Ais Ami fifty Emu Al is three dollars at the end of the be Ifor Sii. From the v. S. Fri Asraph. Continuation of foreign advices. Tho Laic hour at which the foreign papers reached us yesterday prevented As close an examination of their contents and As extensive an abridge Eroen of their intelligence As we could Hwe desired. The a deficiency is now supplied. Report eat defeat of the Boles. In a Quot second Edh on Quot of the London Standard of the evening of May 0, we fed the following important but melancholy account of the state of the Campaign in Poland. The editor of the Standard says this account was received through a private commercial Channel and the authority May be relied upon. A Quot Gici. Diebitsch after having Defeated the poles at Biala marched direct upon Warsaw which town is since the 19th of last month declared in a state of seige the inhabitants Are willing to surrender in con so quince of an epic Nic which is raging in and about the town. The poles lost nearly 10,000 men and at the head quarters the general belief is that the War is at an end As another army is coming from Russia into this is the latest Dews from London. It May to True although we do not place much Confidence in it. Of one thing however tie re ran 1� no doubt Tho account of recent polish successes of the great Battle and defeat of the russians on the 15ih of april within forty Miles of Memelo of the occupation of Siedlec by the poles and the Retreat of marshal die Bitsih across the bugs Are Al Arras fictions. The whole Tenor of the intelligence received yesterday when carefully examined by dates and naps showed them to to such. And we cannot withhold our Surprise that intelligent editors on this Side of the water where no Slock Market is to be affected thereby should so readily contribute to misinform the Public As to the real state of the affairs of Poland. To a All to doubt feel alike on this we All rejoice when we see the nations of the old world rising in to of free men to break the chains of their oppressors and vindicate the rights which god gave when he made them. And our bosoms swell High with grateful emotions ill every successive Victory gained in such a cause. But because we thus Feci ii is no excuse for us As Public Jotin Alili to create false Hopes in the Public mind by Continua july reporting without doubt or contradiction Battles that have never Bee fought and victories never won. Take for instance one of these reports. And arrival at Dundee is stated to bring Quot a confirmation of the defeat of the russians by the poles on the 15tb of april Quot As follows Quot it had been reported and believed in Memel that a general engagement Between the russians under Diebitsch and the poles under Skrzynecki has taken place on the loth of april at Tho distance of about forty Miles from Memel that ii the course of the action 16,000 Lite Irani ans bad gone Over from the russians to the poles that the russians had Bocci completely routed that vast numbers of them had been killed wounded and taken prisoners and that they had lost nearly the whole material of their army including the military Chest full of now by a glance at the map and comparison of dates the entire falsity his article is Manifest at once. Memel is Strong town on the Baltic three Hun dred Miles from Warsaw. Diebitsch and Skrzynecki both with their main divisions were Between the a Bug and the Vistula in the neighbourhood of Warsaw at least to Hundred and fifty Miles live the scene of the reported Battle. And both those commanders had published official 1 the �7lh or april i cog to Lay tubs sent to the said Battle and providing tie Miari the possibility of a Dou melancholy slut in Jim of Poland. The now Bryslaw Gazette contains the billowing deplorable account of the state of Tho poles 80 late aside 21st of april we find it in Tho London Standard of the evening of May 6, under the Date of aug jump april 29 a travellers from Poland who have lately come from Lublin by Way of Warsaw cannot find words to describe the la in Citable condition of that unhappy coun try. Tho country beyond Tho Vistula which for the last ten weeks has been the theatre of the continual marches and counter marches of the hostile Nam ii a is dreadfully devastated the habitations near Tho roads partly demolished the a habitats fled into the forests the cattle and tiie Conwi ineds the liitle com used Lii Euse of the troops. Hie appearance of Warsaw. . Though Itira joined for a jew a at the heroic exploit of Itano Svyet Nayolia iter of the fit Izena look Wilh ii i a he i Waitt n i e quarters that count Diebitsch Ces his official operations and having re Cei Vod fresh reinforcements is approaching Warsaw. The streets of the City Are put in a elate to Malte a Roost desperate resistance. The inhabitants go about gloomy and reserved or shut themselves in their houses for the slightest doubt in tie truth of the reports in the Leiv spa pers is 3ufiicient to make twin most respectable citizen to be to Olio on As a spy and put his life in danger. No Quipp age Are to be seen int lie streets that used to be so Ani rated at the most a Wagon Wilh Mih tary effects or wounded. Sickness increases ind some fears of cholera have been and manufactures Are quite suspended foreigners engaged in factories Endeavor clandestinely to leave the country because they Are drag id away to serve in the army. The left Ink of the Vistula does not present so melancholy a Prospect but even there scarcely a third of the Fields has been sown in consequence of the failure of the crops last year and the Scarcity of Good seed Orn. When the revolution broke out Lorn fall kinds was seized and conveyed to the army magazines were secretly sold it Low prices because Money was More easily concealed than Corn. But now that the solving Lime in Spring has come i Jere i no seed Corn to which we add our want if horses and oxen which Hove been Talen away from the poor citizens. Pro visions already begin to be scarce and unless timely precautions Are taken a fam nay be expected in Poland in a few months. A letter from Bialystok of the 6ih april says not a word of any Distur-b.ince3 in that neighbourhood. The grand Duke Constantino and the Princess of Lowitz had been there Ever since the end of february such Large bodies of troops from the Interior of Russia were passing that Way that All the villages were crowded and it was no Cussary to Lodge part of the troops in the following paragraphs Are quoted from a letter of the private Lorre Spond Ince of Tho London Standard dated Paris May 4. This is the latest Date from the French capital Quot from st. Pc Mersburgh we hear that the late events in Poland Are not by any Means considered As important and that the emperor has resolved on sending Large reinforcements and on proceeding much More slowly though surely in the task he has undertaken of pulling Down All Revo Lucions in the North of the Hamburgh Corre pendent slates that the prussian second corps o Armce is marching lot Ards Western Prussia where considerable Florea have been . This corps is Loline in whole lithuanian Frontier. Or. Ilumin Lides i from c Liall part so Busy in Little a have .-.-.-Liepublieaii. have placed in our s to Day Ito or three pungent a i relation to Tho late movements of the late Coah Tion candidate for the vice presidency a copied from leading Quot National Republican Quot papers. If we were not occasionally to furnish a few Sulci items our opponents of the Quot rank and file in Maryland could hardly Kenw nov thing of the stale of their own abroad. Their leaders have been in diverting their attention to int Wand Quot , that the neglected to let them know that Milams and just have both rallied from Clay. We warn them therefore not to commit themselves too deeply to the masonic sex Secretary of slate for i the signs fail not to the anti masonic they must come at last. It is curious to observe How marvellous a qui Ekener of perception a Little political disappointment is. While or. Rush was in full communion with the late coalition a National Republican to the top of the Bent a who so High in the eulogies of the Liest and most talented and respectable of All possible parties to was a statesman trained a fit to talk even with sir James Mcintosh a philosopher moreover and a political economist who could twist Adam Smith about his Little Finger and a father Grandfather or godfather the relationship to not settled of that prettiest of philosophical Bant Lings the american system. Third of playing with All these resplendent qualify ratios a subordinate part in the political drama he has stepped out of i the Clay ranks and set up for himself Foi ctr a tip a Floii Tito of Jiff. Clay that is his immediate Oft nce a and in a Price it in astonishing a a flood of Light Breaks i upon Hia Torii Isif admirers the nationals have All Alt discovered that his vast proportions Haji a is Funk into a ver Little Span a and avg Taan of them is ready to protest that Rea a never admired him at All. It we Adriao caution con Nii this at least until after the Kentucky eur Pii and Tho Ami masonic May become Tho fashion to Praise and Sojit port or. Rush again when it a made t9 appear that to has Tho Best of Tho position and their can t help themselves. Peniuk Limma the Clay men Are circulating a second edition of the old Story of Quot great re a Lions in Fen Sylvania thay Sadi Itil be cautious about this kind of work. the Jackson majority Lun to Fly Indianapolis saturday june 35, 1831 there has been an bluer shifting of the ind among the Cidy men. Three or four weeks ago when by straining some expressions of Bir. Branch they thought they could extract political matter against the president they were in Exta cies with his course. To was then Well worthy if every attention civility and credit. He has written another letter in which he shows How thoroughly he despises Clay politics and Straightway the weather oks of clays san veer suddenly about and Stigmatise him Wilh every opprobrious epithet. These inconsistencies ire however reducible to a very obvious Rule. The in Tanta Man shews any symptoms of wavering in his politics a of a disposition Wever faint to sacrifice his principles i becomes a special object of kindness id sympathy to the All that is required to turn Liis Quot fawning Quot Ito denunciation is a demonstration of honesty a disproof of the treachery which the enemy is so Hasty to infer so eager to court and so Emulous to applaud. Bau. Rep. Or. Branch s last letter has taken Tho Clay men All Aback. They Are in a Cut ious predicament embarrassed How to reconcile what they have said Wilh what they now must say. They made or. Branch against his evident intention say that the president is destitute of Quot Wisdom firmness and Justice Quot and shouted ill Joy at what they Afi acted to consider a whelming testimony. They made him their own witness against his will after having shaped his testimony for themselves a and it turns out that he an Ersa Leaf 01 two too far for them. If did say what they profess to believe of general Jackson and it is of such High Idil a what do they think of his opinion that or. Clay is much worse when they speak of these Quot Circum Sian i Quot we recommend to them the following amateurs in music agreed to submit their pretensions As sing to the judgment of a third person and they accordingly sane each his Best song in his Best style. Quot you Quot a says the Umpire to the first Quot Are positively the worst or i Ever Victory shouted second a Quot Slop my Friend Quot said the Quilge Quot As for you Voa cannot sing at the Clay men shouted Over governor Branch s first letter a Little too soon. Plans for state House Fob the state of Hojian a. W ill be received by the undersigned at Indianapolis until the Lola Day of november next lobe Sib fitted for approval to the next legislature of this state for the Best of which thus ascertained a Premium Ozone Hundred an fifty dollars is hereby offered. The building is to Hoof sufficient size to admit a representative Hall to contain Hundred members and a lobby con sent and proportionate thereto and a gallery to contain at least one Hundred , Wilh seals raising in manner of an . A chamlies for the Senate to contain Al least fifty members and a lobby of proportionate size and a gallery to contain notes Sloan one Hundred persons with pews or seats rising in the manner of an amphitheatre. One room Foi the supreme court of the slate one room for the office of the Secretary of stale one room for the office of the Anil tor of Public accounts one room for the stale Library one room for the Law Library six committee rooms and six rooms for the clerks of the legislature. The whole Cost not to exceed forty eight thousand dollars. That persons May be Knob cd to estimate the relative prices of labor and materials in the Vicinity i have thought it and Isable Joann Exlie following data a furnished in the All on Bridges on the National Road in this Vicinity at $7 50 cents per Perch of 25 cubic feet. Best Brick estimated at ,�8 50 cents per thousand in he wall.-. Lumber Fromel 00 to go 50 per 100 feet. Carpenters and. Bricklayers at .�1 25 to $1 50 per Day. Labourers �10 Ooper month. Boarding from is 25 to �2 00 . James Blake commissioner. Indianapolis,mayl3,183l. 41 05-the editors of Tho National intelligencer Baltimore Republican Aurora and Pennsylvania Gazelle Philadelphia journal of Commerce n. Y. Cincinnati american and Louisville advertiser will each give the above eight Semi weekly insertions and for Aiti their , up Span Lien ii tog in Mairel Shelby Cote a tid Taiin one. A pui14 Haade High Quot fluid of d t Oitt no Lher Mark or Braud won 10 air ing Mare Volt i Piria it 11 or in Uli Ambort w a her Ninfa Quot Cumberland Road m Indiana. §2 baled proposals jul be received Al Belville on the Cumberland Road eighteen Miles West of Indianapolis from the 1st to the 14lh july ensuing at Sundown for the grading of twelve sections of one mile each on said Road commencing at the East end of the 12tli, and ending at the West end of the 23d Milc West. Tho work will he commenced by the first Day of August a rough Grade and the ditches must be finished by the 25th Day of december Tho work completed by the first Day of july 1s32. Small painted boards and lettered As the superintendent May direct will be put up at the end of each mile showing the distance to Terre haute and Indianapolis. Stich Trees As lean Over the Road or whose lops spread Over it must be Cut Down and removed from the 80 feet. All rubbish roots and grubs will be removed from the whole Width of so fee Quot. Not More than one Section Mill be Given to any one contractor. Estimates will be made and three fourths if the value of work done will be paid monthly until the Workis completed when ill will be paid. Sealed proposals will like Vise to received at the same place and during the same time for the construction if he a mass am a tax debts and All necessary masonry on the above line. The masonry will be of either Lono or Brick and persons laying in proposals will be particular to mention in their bids the Price of each per Perch 9f 25 cubic feet. Note. 500 Brick May be calculated for a Perch All Bridges of 20 feet Span and up ids will have their abutments piers amp a. Of Stone or Brick and superstructure if Wood covered and painted. All brides undcr20 feel Span and All culverts will be arched Wilh Stone or Brick and All contracts for superstructure or masonry must be completed by the first Day of july 1s32. No contracts for both bridging Ond grading will be Given to any contractor bul will be let separately. Plans and models of the superstar Mclure if Bridges can be seen for the above line by applying to the superintendent or As ii slant. Three fourths Oflahe estimated value of a serials delivered Al Bridge Sites and three fourths of the estimated value of work done will be paid monthly until the work is completed when All will be paid but no estimates will be made nor any Money advanced on materials for masonry or superstructure until delivered at the. Bridge is approved of and received by the superintendent. The superintendent or assistant will attend constantly at Belville and on the a Bove line of Road during the time mentioned in order to show and explain to wishing to Lay in proposals every thing necessary As to the grading and bridging. Testimonials of character and ability to perform Tho work Asto grading will be required with every proposal former contractors and testimonials of Chirac ter and ability As masons and Bridge builders will be required with every proposal for Tho construction of masonry . N. B. Printed notes of the grading showing the amount of excavation and embankment will be ii Rinshed to bidders likewise statements showing the probable amount of masonry at each Bridge and Culvert. Homer Johnson. Superintendent West div. C. R. In Indiana. Indianapolis june a 1831. 44 form of proposals for a grading. I will contract for the grading of Section West of Indianapolis containing rods and Complete the same according to the directions of Tho superin Dent at per Rod. A form for masonry. 1 will contract for the masonry of Bridge no. In division no. Located Over and furnish All the materials find Complete the same according to the directions of the superintendent at $ per Perch of 25 cubic feet of Stone. A i Willcon tical for the masonry oxbridge no. In division no. Located Over and furnish All the materials and Complete the same according to Tho directions of the superintendent Al $ per Perch ofas cubic feet of Brick. A for. Supei Structure. I will contract for the superstructure of Bridge no. In division no. Located Over furnish All materials Ai com Prelc the same according to the Dirl Lions and plan of the superintendent Al Perl Ofsan. I it a �notice., tramp having to Kim it Petuh of it Olliee it Tai it Ore Insil it Lime a by Ici cd count do a win a Widdi Quot per Perch of 25 cubic fed. Ill contract for building the stricture of the Bridge Over White River sealed proposals received at Indianapolis Iroini i isl to the 28th Day of july no.\t, for. Building a Bridge Over while River on the i. J. Okumbe blahs boat near ind Apo s. The Span �fiabout350 feet which will to divided into Tsofi Nhaisi the abutments and pier will be built of Stone and will require from look w 1500 perches of masonry. The superstructure must to a Miof i Poplar or Oak and calculated for two tit. Ridge ways Cachat least eleven feel bet Mani the strings and two fool ways each tut fee wide All Tho Timber Consul Outing Iliff 5 Frame of the Bridge to be planed and ufos i whole covered in and painted. J the masonry and superstructure will be Lei log other or separately As May seem most advisable to the superintendent. A the Bridge to be completed by the first Day of november 1832. Plans and models of Quot Bridges May to seen by applying to the superintendent at. Indianapolis. Homer Johnson superintendent West. Ohff. R. In Indiana. Indianapolis june 1831. 44 form of proposals. 1 will contract for the erection of All the masonry in the abutments and pier of the Bridge Over White River near Indianapolis furnish All materials and Complete the same according to such plans As the superintendent May direct at Indianapolis furnish All Tho Materi Lis required in its construction Ai d Complete the same according to plan at per fool in length of Spanis Mimer Gurb amp Wiley respectfully inform their customers and the Public that they have just received the latest Eastern fashions direct from Philadelphia and new Yor Liy and Are prepared to attend promptly to a Calls in the Lino of their business. V they beg leave to offer their grateful acknowledgements for the very Liberal patronage which they have already receive de and they assure to Weir friends that eve cry exertion will be made to Merit a continuance of their favors. Indianapolis june 11,1831 44-tf.state House sealed proposals will to received by the undersigned until 12 o clock m. Oti saturday a Mist 13, �l831,for two Hundred and ten perches of rough Stone and a one Hundred and fifty perches of Hen or Cut Stone of25 cubic eel o a Perch to be to deliver de on the stale House Square in Indianapolis on or before the second monday a May next 1832. All of the Stone to be of a suitable Quality for building and the dressed Stone to be finished for Range work to face at least one foot in depth and the length and breadth to correspond thereto. Bond and approved Security for the fill a filament of the contract will be Lou Viand the names of those offered Asae Cuilty must accompany the proposals. James Blake commissioner. A toy 13,1831. A 41-tf. Taken up in y Nathan it Arlin Liv _ ing in Warren township Marion county Indi a. Ana five head of Desiray the Quot aes Jone a Bay Mare sixteen with a Star and snip and Aulii Ioard to be eight years old appraised to forty dollars. A one Bay horse fifteen a alar in his Forel Iead and three while feet sup of fixed to Fae seven Yea sold Ond appraised to forty five Dof = Lars. One sorrel Mare fourteen , a Star Andi snip a branded on the near shoulder with and ship posed to be eight years old with a Small Bell on and appraised to Ivirty Dot i also. A. Two sorrel Colts supposed to be one year old one of i has a Star and snip the other i Quot Ori Matlis Percy Irah i Ait an note dollars by a we. Banks ,188lj-

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