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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - December 11, 1830, Indianapolis, Indiana On motion of or. Bussei it was res6lved, that the committee on education be instructed to inquire into the expediency of so amending the Law regulating the school fund in tiie several counties in the state As to authorize the commissioner of said fund to pay to the several Tov ships in their respective counties annually the interest Ari i g from the sales of the land designated by government flt or the use if schools to the trustees elec cd of conduct the Sanie to be by them appropriated fur tie use of schools in their respective townships. Or. Sore i moved the following Resolution which was adopted Viz. Coo had that the committee on military Aifa irs be inst cited to in que e i to the exp ii div a of so amending the Law Reguia Ting the i Calion of Region rental officers that the elections i it a said officers be hereafter held at the usual i acc i f mustering the . Or. Mcnary offered thu following Resolution for the consideration of the House resolved that the committee of ways ind Means be instructed to inquire ii Ito the expediency of so re Tiending the i resent Revenue Law As to reduce the existing Poil tax from thirty seven and a half to Twenty ii a cents on All future assessments. Or. Du3i0xt Uio Ved to Amend the Resolution so As t it or life Tor Abo Ishing the Poi Tox Alto Geilier which motion was negative legislature. All that has yet been done in either House is rather of a preparatory nature. The usual standing committees have been appointed to m hich have been referred sundry petitions and resolutions. The governor s message was taken under consideration in committee of the whole in both houses of thursday afternoon. In the House a general reference of such parts As they May respectively deem appropriate for their consideration was made to the various standing committees but in the Senate every subject was referred either to a standing or select committee. Among other references that part of the message which charges the commis of Power because that the cil Sensy at the Call of the Law rally round the Standard of the Law and unite in common a fibres Lor the common Good As or. Jefferson expressed himself in his first inaugural address. Every Good citizen is a soil of special Constable or guardian of the Law. A the Marquis Worbois in the introduction to his history of Louisiana Speais thus of the sub tribunal of our country. Quot there is at Washington a Power which has neither guards nor palaces nor treasures it is neither surrounded by clerks nor overloaded with records. It has for to arms Only truth and Wisdom. Its magnificence consists in its Justice and in the publicity of its act. This Power is called the supreme court of the United speaking of the United states in his history he says Quot no where else do we find so much ease and Contentment the fruits of Industry of discreet conduct and Good Quot a the Emigrant is always kindly received and has nothing to fear but his own faults. A Good Carpnter an industrious Mason a Clever sooner on the Michigan Road with Mal conduct was referred to the committee on roads. That Mechanic sees Only the Laws above committee will of course feel bound to investigate the charge so that if guilty the commissioner May be exposed and brought to an account for his conduct and if innocent that Georgia and the indians. A White Man by the name of James d. Sutton residing in Habersham county was convicted at the last Superior court of that coun his acquittal May have a publication co Exten the crime of robbery committed on a r i l. Cherokee Indian m the Cherokee nation and Sivo with the charge of guilt brought against sentenced to Ourye irs confinement m the be him by the exec Iivo of the state. It is Dnn in tertiary. We understand that judge Clay to the commissioner and the country that a before whom the Case was tried charged r,.i, and in pm a a via a a a a a a a a a a of he us be had. Attempts have been made in both Community that the Law of the country would houses to Brin on the election of a United be administered with an even hand Over All de states senator hut so for they he in Ona. Doping the Ruso Lulious and was Deien Mcd successful. Its altogether doubtful when the. Questioned and add to it another Case of in Trio Neron Ting. I election will take place. It is Sun nosed that a which we have lately heard the particulars. A or. I Silky pro posed the following Reso a some plan will be adopted for a revision of the there was a combination Ornong certain in Lution sch was adopted a Laws of the state but the method which will be a Quot Sci pled Wiite men lately to defraud a by a 7 i i. I ,. Wealthy Indian. I hey forced his sic nature to re when tit a select committee of adopted and the time when the revision i l of note and instituted an action on i five be appointed with instinct Ioas to report take place Are Uncertain. One of them under the belief that our Law on a Bill for the purpose of establishing a uni St tier a a of Nofu in ref re the Quot Vinct of Indian evidence would enable j form Mode of Doii county business t 7 to together. The i or. Rok offered the following Resolution Theu a a thud Enloe 1 a 1 1.1 society was held in the state House in this in Irani. A which Ivas to opted ,.it resolved tit the committee on military thursday even gone last Beveral Dis affairs be instructed to inquire into the sex individuals from diff rent arts of Ped Ienco of authorising commandants of regiments to recover by civil process All the t front institution for super it tending sunday Quot Tion last tuesday Etc Public arms in their respective re meals. Schools in this state and several other re Cherokee legislature. New Chota oct. 30. The two houses of the general Council of the respective on motion of or. Parks j Verenda gentlemen of different denominations. Resolved that the judiciary commit tee were in attendance at whip h time Serenil sex wet a during the latter part of the first week of the Council a gentleman by the name of Bogan be instr cited to inquire into the exp Dionci Cellenti addresses were delivered. Although fran Gwinnette county Georgia was at this i pass Init to Law to prevent the migration of. From the report submitted there May not have free Loir into this state. Been As great an increase in the number of on in Tion of or. Elliott i sunday schools and of scholars during the re olred thai fhe judiciary committee past year As could Haxe been Desi de still a be a instructed to Iraq lire into the expediency Noue h is known to confirm the belief that the of so unending the Law Reg dating Semina-1 cause is deeply rooting itself in the hearts of Ries As to authorize s Aie to receive the moral air a religious members of the com this wis done at Phillips on the Alabama Delfis of conveyance Ijar land on which said a. Locations Are . Wright proposed the following Ruso place engaged As he said in taking a census under an act of Congress. As Titis act and the Constitution of the United states exp Pressly of j elude indians act a axed Vve Felt very Little in Cli Nalion to give in. Lie met but a poor Success Here. It appears on his return Home he was arrested by the United states troops after being stabbed in the breast with a Bayonet. This a a a a a a a a a a. I Road where we Are Tol hot spoke rather Unity every Here. July on the cond it of the troops towards on this evening at Candle lighting there the intruders declaring that he would not al Lution a High As not adopted Viz Reso hed that the commit tee on Educa to Riibe instructed to inquire into the expediency of so Ameni ung the act who h provides for he Sale of the like Section in each i Unal township As to Aith it Rize a less n uni Erlian a majority of voters to sell the ?. My. Boox proposed tie following resold ii i a Lizeh was adopted Sci shed that if any member of this Hoise introduce any business into this House and the same Shail be referred to an of the standing committees the member introducing die business shall let a a member of the committee whilst the subject is before them. Or. Craig offered die following Resolution whih was adopted redhed that the committee on roads be instr jct cd to inquire into the propriety of years changing the Motle of compelling convicts to the Penitentiary to work so As to make them labour on state roads. On motion of or. Hall it was resolved that the judiciary committee be instructed to inquire into the expediently of authorising a judge in vacation to Grant an order staying proceedings on writs of execution until the next term of the court from which the get dec Nikon iss led. On notion of or. Ferris resolved that the committee of ways and Means l e instructed tip inquire into the expediency of reporting a Hill to provide for a general assessment of taxable property in this state preparatory to the adoption of a general system of taxation according to the and Valorme system of raising Revenue. Or. Hoover having obtain kid leave a Bill authorizing the erection of an Asylum in the county of Wayne which passed to a second Reading. Or. M nary having obtained leave introduced a Bill for the appropriation of two Hundred dollars to build a Bridge across the big Fork of Walnut and for other purposes which passel to a second Reading. Or. Fujio it to having obtained leave introduced a Bill providing for the erection of a Bridge across Indian Creek in Switzerland county which was read and passed to a second Reading. The House now resolved itself into committee of the whole on the governor s message when after the adoption of two or three resolutions ref eng parts of it to appropriate committees a general Resolution was offered by or. Dumont and adopted referring the whole document to the various standing committees after which the committee Rose and the House adjourned. Chesapeake and Ohio interesting Experiment has been mad on passing a boat through 16 locks of eight feet lift on the part of this Ca Nal which is finished and which shews much improvement in their construe Tion. The Lios were made in less bar three minutes each without any extra advantages. The passage through one lock was made in 2 minutes the boat was 11 feet 8 inches wide and 75 feet Long being three feet narrow or and fifteen Horler than May be admitted into the lock it is said that brooms to the value of $30,000 Are annually a amp and 5old in in foreign county new Jersey monday evening and the state colonization or. Boitran has been up to his words in some re society on tuesday evening next at Candle j aspects for a gentleman who left Lan Renchville by thine. The Rev. Or. Bascom being Trene monday says that a company was about a a., to be formed in the county of Gwinnette for al agent it is expected will be present at the a acct of those men by whom he was taken latter. On All of these occasion interesting we shall soon know the . Addresses it is understood will be made devel Oping the character of each society. A general will be a meeting held in the court House for the Purn Osc of forming a state historical society similar to those that have been founded in most of our sister states. The anniversary of the Indiana temper Ance society will be held at the same place on Low himself to be taken by them for they were but a set of robbers that Quot if they did take him he would take them in turn by collecting the militia of Gwinnette county and if one county would not do he would Muster six. A lieutenant heard All this and soon after had him Arre Ted. So the report goes which we j re sume is substantially Correct. It appears that the of Ndon John Bill has the flowing is much desired. Cen St attendance of All who can make it convenient Artile upon the affairs of France any body suppose that old Talleyrand would come Here at this time of life to of Shelby whole number of inhabitants is 6,294, Amone which to the Sli Dover packed up for Lon Are eight coloured persons eight deaf and and h Ute Ltd Ai out rown after his mics dumb four Blind and one of the age of 102 to s ministers if he fancied things word Goon smax this in France nut he he is too cunning by half to sacrifice All his con Quot Foit and surrender the place and popularity he possesses i i Paris to enter upon a Fogg. Winter in London where he is not known a or if hated and Des ised if he were not sure that the thing will Tumble to pieces and anxious to be Ceai of the ruins when it Falls and ready in England to take fifteenth oath of allegiance to some new Power that will Spring up in the course of the next half year. It remains to be seen what Elic fits the belgian in suite Tion will produce upon the attains of France but one thing is certain that if the government theold in die event of the condemnation think it right to proceed to execution die moment the axe Falls on the neck of the first victim Wili be the last of die present Patchwork monarchy. It is quite Clear that events have fully justified All we have always said on the subject of Spain on her prosperous state on her increasing a Calth and com Frt and on the peaceable and Loyal feelings of her people. The agitators Are rejected by the Spanish nation a and As in Portugal the habits customs manners and prejudices of the populace Are hostile to innovations which they do not desire and to a foreign sort of Liberty which they do not relish or even wish District court this court it will he recollected did not meet at the sual time in november last in consequence of the indisposition of judge Parke. The term will commence acco Ixl ing to adjournment on monday next. The court will be held in the House erected for the governor authority for that purpose having been Given by a joint Resolution of the general Assembly. Judge Parke has arrived. The latest iii formation received from Missouri mentions the probability that or. Bar to i will not be re elected to the Senate of the United states. The Sanie information states the probability of the election of governor Miller As or. Barton s successor. The greens Hugh chronicle Quot has been transferred to or. Thomas Dowling lately one of the editors of the statesman at Lawrenceburg. The respectability and usefulness of the paper will no doubt be increased by the change. The first number indeed gives ample evidence of this fact. The paper will support or. Clay for the presidency. The Louisville daily journal edited by or. Prentiss commenced its career on wednesday last. It is very handsomely got up and we doubt not will prove a useful and entertaining paper. It is wanly attached to the cause of sound republicanism and advocates with earnestness Henry Clay As a candidate for the next . A Boston correspondent of the Portland advertiser relates the following pleasant occurrence at the late Pii Blic discussion in Boston on the Tariff Quot while or. Webster was speaking of the veto message he or. A took occasion to say Quot he knew no Road that the administration would Call National. All roads were in some degree local they ran Over a particular territory and connected particular districts. No Roath run Over every state no Road run every where except except and Here or. Webster had wound himself up in a sentence from which he was unable to extricate himself a except and Here Otis Sang out the Road to ruin Quot or Webster echoed it with the addition that Quot this was an administration and the Hall resounded with thunders of a Morai. has been the Pride of our country that the Iti a operates without a Shew conventions both of the administration and anti administration parties Are to be speedily held in Kentucky one of tie Quot National republicans Quot has been agreed upon to be hold in Vermont at the seat of the state Govi in a it on the last wednesday in june to. It for which purpose a Central rom Mizee has been appointed at a late meeting of which Mark Richards was it Hairm nne the resolutions Are entire in favor of the Quot american it is al of proposed speedily to hold a convention of the friends of or. Clay at Albany for the state of jew Yurk and there is some conversation about hold ing a like one in Maryland and further it is snug opted that a National convention be held at Washington to be composed of delegates Friendly to internal improvements and Domestic manufactures to nominate a candidate Tor the presidency of the u. States. There is about to be a great political stir among the people and the opinion is general that the proceedings of Congress at the ensuing session will give a powerful impetus to the Par ties. It does not yet appear settled whether president Jackson will retire or again be a candidate. Niles. The great info Hundred i it and seventy six Miles of this Ca Nal is now in successful operation and a Large business is transacting non it in wheat pot and Perl ashes and other prude of exported. The i Trade is chiefly to new York and Canada via the Welland canal at preset get. The making of the Baltimore and Ohio rail Road ill turn it South because of much a Irater expedition and cheapness of transportation. Ascent of the Falls of Niagara a Ati f not by Quot brigs of of a Peculiar Coit Quot traction Quot the frames of which were to have been sent from England Early in the late War the Schooner , capt. Bill has made a voyage from 0? Weg it on Lake Ontario in the state of new York to Cleaveland in Ohio on Luke Erie with a cargo of Salt and mer Cli Andis and returned with a full cargo of wheat. Site did not ascend the Falls of Niagara but by the Welland a anal ascended and descended from the level of one Lake to that of the of Fher the difference of Elevation being 320 feel. She passed the canal without difficulty drawing 7 fee t 2 inches of Spaier. The canal is not quite Fin shed but when finished will have h of More of water which will be sufficient intr sloops navigating the lakes. Of vhf go is Iso Mih s from Albany canal navigation. Buffalo on the Erie i 360 Miles . M a. R 7ae Boston Patriot a Aysk a gentleman of veracity who has coi versed with capt. Turner on he subject of or. Randolph s Mission informs me that it was or. Randolph Bona fide intention to abandon the mis Ion altogether and come Homo this fall if his health would permit. The interview with the Empress and All its Lau liable circumstances was Joc Osely recited by or. R. Himself oilman occasions. Or. R. Was seriously affect a cd by a Phulmoti iry complaint. The. N. Y. Journal of Commerce observes a get ii Man of respect ability ind a particular acquaintance of or. Randolph called on him in l Nodi. And was of course Shewn the correspondence which place on his a Point Merit. The file is letter is unofficial from g. N. A Khoii Ensti iritis whether m. Of it Vidolph would accept an appointment to St. the 2nd is the reply of or. Randolph on principle Alt govt irn ment appointments and closing with a declaration that nothing would induce him to accept the appointment unless it were accompanied Wilh permission to stay at St. Petersburg no Lunger than he should find it convenient the other portions of time to be spent in the South of Europe the third d it cd ment is the a oficial letter of or. Chi Buren written immediately Afu a con firming the appointment on the terms specified by or. Randolph and adding that a Sloop of War would Rem in at his disposal to transport him wherever he should direct. Another paper says we learn that the gentleman of whom or. Randolph rented a furnished House in St. Be Ter Burti which he kept about a a week has remitted the amount received in payment. 190 rubles Cru in to ,�140, As a donation to the Boston Semtei Friend society. The Boston Gazette has the following paragraph tip or. Randolph said to jul Baat their parting Quot my remains will be sent to Virginia in spirits. Bury them under the old Oak on my Plantation. Turn my head to the East. / Zavish to look West Hoard. Quot it is positively asserted that or. Randolph has abandoned his russian Mission and reported that or. John a. Hamilton of new York son of the general has been invited to accept it but that he would decline the appointment. Or. Woodbury one of the senators of the United Stales until the 4th March next., from new Hampshire has also been spoken of. We give these things As we find them for general of Indiana set Craig Jird probate court september term 1830. Julian Needham and Danie \ Nodman f it Iff Chak Cervy John Kincaid and others j and now at this time came Juhan need hum and Daniel Needham by their solicitor and filed their Bill in chancery is. Jim in iii Waitl Jane Carson William Carson Ellen spa Foril Adolphius Tifi Arford Elizabith laps left a iii John Lapsley poll Kincaid and Robert Kinc iii Margaret Inman and Jantje in Mizii Andrew Kivic iii William Kincaid Jonathan Rice Allen d. Thorn and Henry War Field. Atid it appearing to the Salish action of Thi court that John Kincaid Jane Carson Vav , Ord,adoiphus3mrlord, Eliz Abfal la it sle amp John Lapsley poll Kin cad amp Robert Kinda it James Inman amp Henry , Are not inhabit fits of this a Tau. If is ordered that Nidess the said John Kincaid Jane Carson William Carson Ellen Sparford and Adolphius Sparford Elizabeth Lapsley and John Lapsley Polly Kincaid and Rollert Kincaid James Inman and Henry wart Icid appear Here on or before the first Day of the next torn oath ii court and answer complainant s l ill he matters and things therein will be taken for Cense is a and de Reed on accordingly. And itis further ordered that notice of the Pendency of this suit be published three weks ounces Lively in he Indiana journal a niw9j a or a a i cited and published al Indianapolis. A cop a test. E. E. Morgan cd i8fh, 1830. 399 obituary. A a there is another and a better u orld it it Depar Terl this life on monday the 22d ult. Mrs. Elizabeth Semans Consort of David Semans Esq. Representative elect from Randolph county in the 31 St year of her age leaving a family of five Small children two of whom were infants at the exc Nib Lafayle free press. F7lshi0 vabitaii.0ri \0. Edward m Guire a Jenders his Best to Hie friends 80d the in hic for the Liberal patronage heretofore received anal informs them that he a till continues at his old stand on the Corner opposite he stores of Mccarty amp Wil Ham and Conner amp Harrison in the room a Hove Brown amp Morrison s store where he is now prepared to a a secure All orders in his line in the most fashionable style and durable Man-n6r members of the and such other gentlemen is maj wish work Well and Expedy firmly done can be accommodated on the shortest notice a be has in employ a a a Licien by of Ood workmen to enable him to work to order. Ladiana Pous Deo. 4,1830. 3&9administrator s notice. Having take i out letters of admin Iissa inn agreeably to Law on the Estius of Huish Hilligan deceased late of Johnson Conn to. Ind., i hereby notify All those indebted to said estate to make immediate payment and those having claim will present them legally authenticated within twelve months. Said estate is a up posed to be insolvent. Timothy r. Threlkeld adm r. Nov. 30, 18�j0. 11398sale of school county Lis Liana. In iii offer for Sale at the court Honse door in Franklin on monday the 3lst Day of january next the school Section in township 11, Range 4 East. The division of said Section Antl the minimum Price affixed a the taste est will he made known on the Day of Sale. Sale Between the hours of 10 o clock 4 m. And 4 o clock p. In. Of said Lay. Pierson Liviu Phev. Com. S r. Dec. I 1830. 11398 taken up by Joshua Kelley living in washing ton township Owen Cim Iitto. Ind. One Chest nut sorrel Mare supposed to he eight or Ninoy ars old next Spring fifteen hands and one Inch High a Bize in Chr forehead a Small spot above the Lef ear and Aio behind the Samo ear thru Quot White to behind and ohm he fire no the r Marks or brands Perneil Ubhi upper tier pm if $30. One other Bay Mare in posed t i by 5 Yea sold next apr iii 13 hands 3 inc a a Hith a Small spot in the forehead a snip on the no a the left fore foot White to the foot lock joint no other Marks or brands perceivable a irii.= d o $15 00 by by i Chi pm up Robert Spratt and Alexander Scott. A True copy from my a tray Book. James bigger j. P., nov. 20. 1830. __11398 a. Griffith uw�i.tc5h so to Sassy Tara by on the above business at his former stand nearly opposite or. Henderson s Hall on Washington Street a general aps orment .4m six \ Eli Ware shortly expected and will hereafter be kept on clocks made to order by three weeks notice. Watches Viil be cell repaired at his ormer prices which are25 per cent lower than Cincinnati or Louisville prices produce As Heri to fore will be taken in payment for any work Doof by him. October 23, 1830. 392 taken up by Thomas Vinan a. Of nirm township Madison county. Ind. A Dun Mare with a Black list along her Back Black mane and Tail a a me Gra it hairs on her Baek supposed to have been caused by the Saddle some White on her Hind feet a Small White spot on the Back part of her left fore foot about 14 1-2 a trip High supposed to to 8 years old next Spring no other Marks or brands perceivable appraise i to �35 00 by William Nelson and William m. Nelson. A True copy from my stray Book. Isaac k. Finch . Dec. 2, 1830.___t398 arrivals and departures or the mails to a a from Indianapolis Post . From Madison ind. Sunday evenings. Or a Louisville and Elizabeth by. Sunday 6a.m. From Petersburgh ind. Saturday 6 a. M. From to Are haute ind. Thursday Ripon. From Mooresville ind. Saturday noon. From Winchester ind Friday 8 p. M. From Dayton of wednes Day and saturday noon each Day. From Brookville ind. Sunday and wednesday 6p.m.a a a from Lawrence Burgh ind. Thursday 8 p. . To Madison ind. Thursday 6 a. M to Petersburgh ind. Saturday 2 p. M. To Louisville and Elizabethtown. By. Saturday 3 p. M. To Terre haute ind. Saturday 1 p m. To Mooresville ind. Friday morning. To Winchester lid. Monday 6 a m. To Dayton o. Monday and Thuiy Day 2p m. To Brookville ind. Sunday and thurs his 6 am. A a to Lawrenc Bursh ind monday 6 a. M. Indianapolis dec. 1. �830. 398 Sale of school land inf Itta Tiok count Aid. Will offer fore ale it the courthouse door in Viridian Aikoui on monday the seventeenth Day Olja a Orv next the school Section m township no. Fourteen Laigie three. The division of said Section and the mint mum prices affixed by the trustees will by it. Known 0� the Day of Sale. Sale bet we he hours of to o clock a. M. And 4 o clock p. M. Of said Day. John m. Frazee c. A. November loth 18�, 396

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