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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - October 27, 1830, Indianapolis, Indiana T i wednesday october 27,1830. To our patrons. We have the satisfaction this week to present the journal to its readers in a dress almost entirely new. The growing import Ince of our state the present crisis in our political affairs and the rapid increase of our subscribers imperatively demand that a reasonable expense labour should be spared to improve the appear Ance As Well As to increase the usefulness of the journal. We have therefore at considerable expense procured an abundant Supply of new to pc of a size More suitable than that heretofore used which will enable us to give the paper a much More respectable a Spearance and to furnish our readers with an increased Quan Tilv of Infirri Nalion. We embrace this Opportunity also to observe Liat we have lately procured a new extensive and Well assorted Job Obice and that we Are now prepared to execute All lands of printing in a style of great superiority. It is our intention As is no doubt supposed to Issue the journal twice a week during the approaching session of Tho general Assembly. Although the publication of the paper twice a week greatly increases the amount of labour and expenditure and although we did not heretofore receive an additional patronage sufficient to cover them yet we do not feel at Liberty to disappoint the Public sex Madison Pec tation by abandoning the project. I he Montgomery it i a taxi encouragement afforded last water exceeded i considerably that of the previous year and Preble we have every reason to Hope that a very Wayne Liberal patronage a ill be afforded the ens. Eng session. To deserve it shall be our in a a High Brigton ceasing aim. The importance of a Semi-1 Clermont v. Weekly paper at the seat of government Dur Higl land ing the session of the general Assembly is per As a nation. In arriving at this Ctm Clu Sion we would not wish to he understood As suffering sectional interest to influence the decision it is indeed the great foundation upon Wlinich the Quot american system Quot is based the Wisdom and Utility of which every Day s experience goes strongly to confirm and Render Manifest. Ohio election. Complete returns of the late election in Olio have not yet been received at this place. The additional information received since our last publication however goes to corroborate the statement then made that a signal Victory has been gained by the National Republican party. We have already heard of the election of seven anti Jackson members to the next Congress and the majority of National republicans in the legislature of Wlinich the papers seem to entertain no doubt ensures the re election of judge Burnett some other gentleman of tie same politics to the Senate of the United states. La reference to the election of governor we have collected from the Ohio papers the following results which Are not All official but which Are believed to be Correct. Franklin Fayette Lichung Logan gue Macy Belmont Huron Brown do. We believe too apparent to need any argue i Campaign ment by Way of Demorest Rii Tifin. In the i like course of a week two a prospectus will be Pickaway circulated Fco a he purpose of obtaining sub p scribers by the year for tie session Only As Uliey May choose. We take this Early Opl aware port Unity of inviting the special attention of Riss incomplete our friends generally to this subject and of Green expressing a Hope that they will take an interest in circulating our prospectus and obtaining subscribers. We Avail ourselves of this occasion also to return our sincere Rii Anks to those gentlemen members of the legislature and others to whose attention acid exertions we were indebted last year for a Large accession tour subscription list. The Indiana journal has now to depend on the people exclusively for support. That Mcarthur. It Jas. 974 845 430 659 1077 1224 524 342 762 1622 1468 2i l 382 15c14 1204 1422 1118 825 1490 1320 205 682 1247 1093 993 7i>l 311 717 564 033 1174 423 1191 1012 481 863 1206 879 500 136 394 846 1124 603 409 637 1091 2916 3322 556 298 1053 858 558 525 25,780 25,386 the above list embraces some using less than half the state and includes the Strong hold of the Jackson party. In Toliese counties it appears Gen. Mcarthur has a Small majority. I the same counties in 1828, we find by reference to our files . Campbell the Jackson candidate for governor received a majority of 2,255 votes. The foregoing counties therefore show a loss of the people every where As a severe but just commentary upon the conduct of the party in Power which it is evidently designed to chasten. It is ascertained by an examination of the votes Given at the late election in Maryland that had the election for electors of president and vice president taken place this fall the vote in that state would have been 10 for Clay and 1 for Jackson. In Delaware the popular Branch of the legislature we understand contains not a single Jackson member. The last Democrat contains the following note from . Snyder in relation to the late election of clerk in Warrick county Wlinich it is but fair that we should copy. Quot . Editor having seen it stated in the Quot Indiana journal Quot that i was run upon the question As a Jackson Man at the late election for clerk of the circuit court in Warrick county i deem it due to myself and the Public to Correct the error into which the editor of the Quot journal Quot has been led. It is Well known Here that i voted for . Adams for president in 1828�?and altho i am disposed to do Justice to the present administration i have not changed my former opinion of . Adami. Morris b. Snyder. Quot Boonville oct. I3th, 1830,&Quot now it has never been denied that Snyder voted for . Adams nor has present opinion of . Adams any thing to do with the question. It has been alleged that during the late canvass for the clerkship of Warrick comity he declared preference for Jackson Over Clay and that notwithstanding this he was beaten by . Graham who had been turned out of the Post office on account of political sentiments. D gets . Snyder s very Inge Niotis note contradict any of these facts sustain the assertions of the Democrat we think not. Our correspondent on whose authority our first statement was made is a Higi ily respectable gentleman of Gibson county. His statement and that of . Graham stand against the random assertions of tie Democrat and Tylius we leave the matter. . Snyder s certificate does not apply to the Case. The Hon. John m Lii in senator in Congress from the state of Illinois died suddenly at Shawneetown on the 14th instant. Vandalia oct. 16. We published lately a list of the contracts made by colonel Greenup the commissioner i for fixing the National Road from this place to the Eastern Boundary of Illinois. We learn that most of the contractors have commenced h. Griffith watch amp a Takeh still continues Tocar by on the above Busi Ness at former stand nearly opposite . Hon Derson s Hall on Washington Street a Gen Erfil assortment of jewelry and Saver Ware shortly expected and will hereafter be kept on hand. Brass clocks made to order by three weeks notice. Watches will be ecu repaired at former prices which Are 25 per cent lower than Cincinnati Louisville prices produce As heretofore will he Aken in payment for a by work done by iii. October 23, 1830. 392 stat of Indiana. Morgan circuit court october term 1830. Robert c. Stouts Jarales Stotri John Case and Jubilee Duwees is. Christopher Ladd John m. Wilt on and Nin Thaniel w. Marks. In chancery. At this time come the complainants by their solicitor and the said John m evil son by attorney comes also and the complainants with the leave of the court amid their said Bill and the process As to Thomai l Marks being returned not found. It is ordered thu notice of the tendency of this Bill be published four weeks successively at least sixty Days before the next term of this court iii tie Indiana journal a Public newspaper published at Indianapolis notifying the said Nathan Iol Vav. Marks that unless he appear before the judges of our said court on the dirt Day of their next term and plead answer demur to the said Bill the allegations therein will be taken As confessed and decreed upon in , 392 George a. Phelps cd k. 50 Reward. I if i y dollars will be paid to any person that will apprehend a Man iian cd All persons indebted to a us Tzap amp Ike Dougain Are respectfully requested to Call and Settle their a counts by Cash note. The business of the firm Are such is requires immediate settlement and those neglecting to make arrangements by the 20th of december next will find their account in the hands of a proper officer for collection. October 21, 1830. 392tailoring. The Indersio Ned has lately moved from the state of Kentucky and a a Ili commence the above business 7 Niiles North of Indianapolis near Squire Bacons where the Public Caa be supplied with All manner of tailoring neatly executed and warranted to fit. He has Nide arrangements to have the latest fashions from Philadele it . He will take All kinds of country produce for work. He has also. 400 Dox tabs Worth of Supei Jine Broad cloths lately from philae Elijhia which he will sell Low for Cash also Trimmin irs of the Best Quality. The Public Are in Ted to see Bis cloth and examine work. Alexander . Oni. 1830 3iil and Cna w air no. 5, commercial. Row Cincinnati 1/ subscriber Hiis a ova open for Sale a very Extin if assortment of Eaither a and China w Are for the Len Ltee imported direct from the England a will pack assorted orders in Nim St reduced Market rates. Robert Lawrence. Of Toher 7. 391-3tlowectot a Sale. O Rick is hereby Iven the it on he 2nd mrnjay of november next Between he hour of 9 o clock a. M., and 4 o clock p m. Of said Day i will expose to Sale at the door of the court House in Franklin Johnson county Indiana All he lands and town lots on which the taxes for the year 1830, 9h ill at that time remain unpaid and shall continue the Sale from Day today until All Are sold offered for for Joab a Goodnuff col. Of Johnson co., for the Quot 1830, John Foster d. C. Och. R f tl., 1830. 391sale til Sci tool tan As John Sherwood who has absconded with upwards of Ivi imn dred Ilo Llars of Money belong iii to individuals residue in in this neighbourhood and Winch he fraudulently obtained so that i can be Mhz shed and the Money secured. 6herwo did about thirty five years of a i comi a Ion Hazlee is he has on Lus lord Liam a pm occasioned by a Burn ind win n Mun i ens sgt i a Peculiar fashion of work Iti Lus. It is slow and plausible in speech und Well in leu o c of a a. And 4 v. Of said Day. Lated from i general Deport in it to pass _ _am03 Robert so a com. Self of for an honest kind of a Man. a a to. A Sherwood resided some Tim. In Lack no a a. I i us Gay Atlon anted. In Putnam county ind. I of Flor for Sale at the court House door in Green Cristle on a i saturday the 25th Day of december i next he school Section in township no. 13, North of Range 3 West. The division of snid Section and the minimum Price affixed by the trustees will be made known on the iii of Sale. A p Between the hours of 10 Lort and he Miry pc Sibly return to that place. He Thomas j. , Emi was dressed when he left Here in velvet Ania lamp grated to the state of Indiana from loons Blue Coatee with drab Collar and a of Ioto county Ohio in the fall of 1829, and White hat. . J has not since Ben heard of by me. Any per Carev Mission m. Tse t. 30, lf530. Son who nine give information by writing to. 7 Vul flu of a editors of papers Are requested to re meat Parke county Indiana will Theu labors and that the work of not to be forgotten on Dis Roar by rein Oving Timber amp a. Will be compleat circulation thereby Consolate father. De during this autumn. The contract s have punishment al the editors of papers at Lafavette Lorans been made upon moderate terms a cd All of a a i hed villain. A. It them fall within the estimate made by ., Shriver the Engineer who selected the ground i Ciria fat t 1? to it i and considerably within the appropriation. ¿1. Al \312 Fujii i. Made by Congress. The Road Lead Over High a a Maling in the Posi Quilice a of. Iby nearly 3,000 to the Jackson cause. That part of the state which remains to be heard Roiti has always Given Large majorities a Quot reforming Quot policy commenced by the present administration Whoso operation pervades tie Union has been extended to m. The publication of the Laws of the United states Jackson candidates. To which had the Public Good alone been consulted the extensive circulation of the journal entitled us is transferred to another Channel. The of hers of the government also Willi the exception of a few be ral and tolerant gentlemen have n Ithai Avn their patronage. We have never hitherto uttered a whisper of complaint on this subject and we mention it at this time merely to show on whom we Are dependant for sup port. It has been our practice to make out our accounts every year and to Foi Ward them just before the meeting of the legislature so As to afford an Opportunity to those who May be in arrears to make their remittances by tie members. In View of the Circum Stan land Between the branches of the Kas Kaskia yen Aneio county , cd the River on the one hand and those of the Little first Day of october 1830, which if not taken Waba a Ember is amp a. On the other crossing but within three months will be sent to the i Only a few of the main streams of the latter. General Post of sub As dead letters. The distance on a direct line from this town j port and Indianapolis will phrase give the a Bove a few insertions and Forward their accounts to the Post master in that Lane. Michael Creekpaum. Rockville oct. 4, Isi o. Tot Hesti the line is about ninety Miles and so Anderson Joseph straight is the Road that the length of the lat Avery Isaac capt. Tor exceeds the line less than one mile. B col. Greenup informs us that gravel and Stone Boon Joel 2 Are found along the whole line of the Road Bushfield William within a few feet below the surface of the Brown David ground so that All Apple Heurion As to the Beal e i. Doct. Want of materials to make Tho Road Are not on Blackford Simeon by removed but it is reduced to a certainty j c that a first rate Turnpike May be made Here \ Cash Jonathan Coo Iier Thompson Maryland election. We stated last week that the Clay party in Maryland had obtained a decisive Triumph. The Baltimore papers contain the full returns i with uncommon convenience and Economy in the several counties. The following list 1 Ivor. Shriver vrho examined Tho ground care a Curran Robert ,.r in fully made a similar report and so far As col. Conklyn Jacob will show the result in each county Tor the Greenup and the contractors have been Able Chi Titian Ailen popular Branch of the legislature together to Judee All the statements of the entringer., my x have been verified and estimates proved to with the result last year. 1 he Senate was Jug intelligencer. Elected in 1826, and contains seven for Jackson and four for Clay. The majority for Clay on joint ballot therefore will be 41. In 1830. It in 1829. I Alleghany Washington Ces to which we have alluded above it is Quot a Jjo Ery hoped that our friends will make every Rea Prince George s Honable exertion to transmit the amounts egg which May be due from them. The a St. Mary s Anne Arundel Napolis Baltimore City Baltimore county Harford Cecil counts will be Ely forwarded in the next the succeeding number. Poetics for commence Dorchester Worcester Somerset Senate elected in 1828 the publication this we div and will Complete Queen Anne it in our succeeding number of the very excellent essay from Niles Register under Caroline this head. Of the Many valuable pro Luc tons which have emanated from the same source we do not recollect of any on the same subject better calculated to Impact in formation of a most useful and salutary character. The facts upon which the reasoning of tie author is predicated Are not Only Well digested but arc derived from such sources As entitle them to the greatest weight. There Are various others it is True who have written much on political Economy that have assumed entirely different premises from the indefatigable Niles the venerable assiduous and enlightened Carey and others but does not every Day s experience go to show the fallacy of their reasoning and the unsoundness of their doctrine the resulting consequence to our country Ihm an entire dependence upon i weigh Trade particularly when the nations of Europe Are cultivating the arts of peace instead of those of War fully demonstrates the fact that the More we Are prepared to live independently of i Veign Aid the better May we expect to pros 3 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 0 0 4 0 2 4 4 4 4 3 4 64 4 68 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 4 20 0 0 0 1 0 16 ii 27 a 1 0 0 4 3 4 3 4 3 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 3 2 3 0 4 40 d Dulany William f fare Robert c. G Graham Margarett Guy Samuel 2 h , oct. 4. Choctaw treaty concluded. To i ratify the anxiety which we Are aware prevails with a in at portion of our readers to learn Tho result of the no go citations lately Pend fee inner Coonrod Iner with the Choctaw indians we this Day is Heifner David sue an extra. After thirteen Day of the most Howard John fati Cuniff duty the Secretary of War and Gen. A liens Ley William Coffeo succeeded in the object of their Mission. On the 27th ult. A treaty was agreed to and signed. The choctaws cede the country they occupy and within three years Are to remove beyond the Mississippi. Tho a who choose to remain take reservations and after residing upon them five years Are to possess them in fee. The country is to be at any time surveyed when the government pleases but no Sale is to take place previous to removal until then no person is to Settle in the country. About 5,000 indians were in attendance. Republic cajun married on the 14th inst. By the Rev. Abraham Smock . Peter Smock to miss Euza , both of this county Jackson Murry m. Johnston Elizabeth Jones Thomas Jones Constane b. K Kesterson Meredy 392 Lamar Rich d. Lyons Leonard David lamasters Richard Lake John Vav. M my Antiro James Mckee John Means Geo. Esq. Miller Jessec f. P Pitman Weslty Powell Erasmus Rittenhouse John Reece Joseph s Stuart . Schar Soffin Smith William h. Smith Wesley Serai Leger Henry m. T Tharp James 2 Trotter John Thomas Shah Wilkinson John n. Watson John 4 Williams garrison2 Wilson Alexander 4 Wilson Isaac h. West William Wallace Benjamin Whitaker James . Little p. up by John of Lii genre township m Tion county a Buck Hor a a part of both hi.,d feet while a Star in , acc met 15 hand High and Suri posed to. By riot under Twenty years old a sorrel fire Gay two years old last Spring a Star in her fore head no other Murks perceivable. Snip appraised at $3 00 and said Colt at $30 00 by Samuel Morrow and Jani s thin Iran. Oce foot j. P. Oct. 16, 1830. Ir391 to Eek up by William co Gil of Franklin township Johnson county Indiana a Jedow Dun filmy two years old inst upwards of fourteen hands a dark streaks round her legs and a dark Streak along her Back and lumps a her jaws to other Marks brands perceivable appraised to Twenty dollars by John Foster and Stephen Lyster on the 26th Day of september 1830. I do certify Tho above to be a True copy from my stray Book. Geo. W. King j. P. October 8. 390a i jilt of ice Stets Rem Alming in the Post office at Bedford Lawrence county Indiana on Tho 30th Day of september 1830, which if not taken out before the last Day of december next will be sent to the general Post office As dead letters. Late elections. The result of the a by liquid election As published in our last paper is fully sustained by the official return which has since been received and which will be found above. If such results Are now becom Uig common at the Centre what May we not look for at the circumference men infatuated with Power and popularity Are not easily deterred from the error of to Weir was but if this and similar evidence Ault tur any tiling it will doubtless be regarded As a warning voice to those who have run to such unwarrantable lengths in proscribing some of the Best men in the cot try for opinion s Sake. Let i Art Zim editors disguise As they May tie results which have lately taken Placie in Maryland Delaware Ohio &c., it must and will be regarded by valuable land for Sale. A he undersigned As agent for Lewis h. Craig of Gallatin county Kentucky offers for Sale a valuable tract of land on the Michi Gan Lawrence Burgh state i Oad six and a half Miles South East of Indianapolis contain ing 240 acres of which the Timber on thirty acres is deadened and some other improvements made. The terms will be made known on application to Lewis o Neal 8 Miless. E. Of Indianapolis. October 27. 392$100 Reward. R Ana Way from the race course near Nashville on wednesday i3th inst. A Nero Man about 25 years do five feet 8 9 inches High very Black with Large whiskers and rather a Down look can read and write Well. His name is Jehu and to Stirns name James Martin be formerly belonged to e. D. Hicks of Nashville but is now the property of the subscriber. He had on when he left me a Grysen coat with velvet Collar Blue cloth iian Taloni a ruffled shirt and fur hat somewhat worn. A Reward of fifty dollars will be Given for the above negro if taken in this state one Hundred dollars if taken ont of the state and returned to the subscriber at Gallatin confined in any jail Ltd that he Nav be obtained. A. B. Shelby. October i4tl>, 1830. 392entertainment. He subscriber wishes to inform the Public that he has opened a House of on Tho National Road about ten Mil Fidfl of Indianapolis where All who please to favor with a Call shall be accommodated in the Best possible manner. His charges shall always be reasonable. All favors will be thankfully received. John Hagen. October 37, 1830.__392_ taken up by Abel Murray of Marion township Lawrence co. Indiana a Bright sort a horse four White feet Bald face about fourteen hands Irish Between to Virand three year old valued at $35.00 by Robert Porter and William Edwards. True copy test. Saml. G. Hoskins j. P. October 9th, 1s30. 11392 Ayres William athon Alfred Allen Robert b Bur a Robertson Bryant Robert Beesley Reuben Bivins Richard Baldwin theophania Bell John Henson John hakians John Halson William i j Irwin Samuel f. Jones Benjamin Jackson Nathan k Kimble Silas Kirkade George a l Blankership Barnabas Livingston Hugh forfeited lots for Sale. He following lots will be offered for Sale if not paid before at the court House bed Well Isaac c Clarke Mary Calvert Paulina clerk Lawrence a. Cupps Daniel clerk l. C. Court Clarke Jeffry Clodfelter George d Danica Thomas Dadson Thomas Dixon William Donaldson John Davie Samuel e Epperson John f Fox Abraham 2 Fineo . Fips Benjimin Indianapolis b tween the hours of is and 2 up o clock on saturday the 1st of Jua uary 1831. Lot 9 Square g9 �7 a 8 a 1 a 7 a 5 a 5 a 6 october 25th, 1830. 69 a 69 a 61 a 42 a 69 Quot 70 Quot 46 e. Sharpe agent. G Grant Robert Green i Eter Garten Robert Gilstrap Jesse Griffith . H Hamilton doctor Hicks Bobi it Indrickson 2 Hanger Jakucs 390 Lane Silas Leman Abraham m Messer George Mills John 2 Milroy John n Nichols John n. P Porter Robert Patti on Greenbury Payne John Patterson . Patten William 2 Reed to c. Roberts ii Chareau ri2nej Benjamin Riley Micheal s Sutherland Geo rite Star Phillip Shippman John stip Micheal t Thayer James Thompson we. V vent Jacob w Wilson Serape wag Joiner Elisha we Regis Ely a m. Carlton. P. In ing f i vory d Cristion neatly and. .1 i in in t , a Vauk of feds ton have

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