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Indianapolis Weekly Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 22, 1853, Indianapolis, Indiana State Sentinel. William. Brown editor s8k0cb&tic Homi Latiok. Slect1dn the sat october a 1853. For sup Fame court itt Ferter Albert g. Porter of Marion Counti. Fir Mil a i fifth Jium i Cuil Thomas b. Walpole of Samaick co. Monday ,.septembhs. Is 1b53 ice White Bapp Hsy Pipun in Mil. Drop firs Ivyll Uke in they to lab their paper continued in of mint renew it at once by i endline in Money by Mill. Do. copy the following Arti. Cle from the Eya Stille enquirer. The attempt of or. Gordon and his Orlinda to array a portion of the democracy against or. Porter upon a ground that Nerer had any existence in fact Viz that Tho Call for a Conlen Tion was withdrawn to defeat the nomination of judge Smith was so silly but withal worthy of Tho capacity of the men who or Ina Ted Tho charge ind of those who Reiten it that w8 deemed it scarcely worthy a notice. Every Democrat knows not Only that judg Smith would not have been a candidate before the convention had it met but that the rescission of the Call for a convention was demanded by almost the entire democratic press of the state. This attempt of or. Gordon and his whig and abolition allies to Divide Tho democratic party not Only shows their impudence and desperation but will lilt Tho drs. Effort to be elected to a contemptible failure. Pull some other string or. Quot the editor of Tho Temperance Chan at Indianapolis and Tho Independent whig no part candidate for supremo court reporter is out in a Long letter to the Public tii rough the columns of Tho whig papers. Bol Loving that to has but few friends in this part of Tho state we thought of saying but Little about the matter but his charges against the present reporter who is Tho Roku in democratic Cau Didato for re election Aro so Gross that to have concluded to give him a notice. He charges that when or. Porter was nominated by tie Stato contral committee and when the Call for the Stato convention was revoked that or. Porter was still a member of that committee. This statement or. Gordon must have known to be untrue. Or. A s resignation had been tendered accepted and published. Tic Call for the convention was withdrawn on the 9th of May and the committee made the nomination on the 25th of May. On the 7th of May or. Porter sent in his resignation stating As a Ramon for resigning that he understood the committee were about to withdraw the Call for a convention and consider Tho propriety of making the nomination themselves and As he was a candidate for Rahe Oai the paper have recently been discuss big the question building too maty Tai Roada Quot we think the following Frothi the new York to name affords an and sufficient answer if the statements it contains Are trac of which however we have some doubt the Money Market on Call is moderately easy with an Active demand. Paper is 8@12 it cent for first class. The drafts from the Interior Hanks and Bankers in consequence of the activity among Railroad contractors and the Large movements of produce have been considerable and have reduced the ability of Lur Banks to discount. A Large amount of Gold will be received from the mint during the week which will add to their strength materially. Quot in Railroad Bonds there is but a modern. Ate business doing for Domestic investment and for Tho continent. This Market As Well As that of Loudon has for the present a Large surplus of these securities and it a hopeless task to attempt to negotiate a loan Here even for a strictly first class Enterprise which year could have been arranged without difficulty. The leading houses Here who have made that Branch of business their Spe Dauly Grill not even consider a new negotiation and applicants with their maps and exhibits of Tho most promising lines Are civilly bowed out. We hear of Stone fair Bonds of roads which being near completion must be finished at any Cost,.having been negotiated As Low As 60 cent. The development if Railroad enterprises ill the West has for a fear or two past been too rapid and the Bond Market surf edited for the present must have at least a year s rest. We know few More desperate enterprises just now than to comi Market with a new Railroad loan and me remark applies with equal Force to n. There is really no disposition to t now things and no Money to pay Foi if Ever so tempting. Western Railroad Lavo in fact almost killed the Gold which has Lieret Fere answered Thi to esd at Kobina Serre it Ibex to Ira the nomination dem or. Porter i when the i member Tiki icy req Tho Call i Tion was Lade. Ither lived his ber of Tai was called but Immitti Len the the woj iss Hohlt Quot co lobed Quot sri can at the Quot women rights Comentia Quot in new Quot Fork there All shades and hues of Char acct and skins were mixed up and where so much of the Scanda Vry Onedar Kobe to. Seft Ezebb la i Corr so amp Nice Otibe a Carinel of. 11. Arete sept. 12, 1853.? the ii thief a fair comes of to Morton and Nelt Day. From present quite an eihibitiob., Tel Lou was acted out the most notable speech add teas will to delivered by Hon. Daniel Iweis made w a the report ,but,it5i-iu be us the Paru Cullars Sojouner h Evi in a a per cd than Nobce Quot Gre elem major doily Quot on of pm Quot Mace consults sound democratic authors Greeley free soil my my free Trade. The grounds for fair hav6 been beautifully arranged and tastefully prepared by. J. Bingham the efficient and energetic a Petia pendent the Branble Quot House Quot understand will be opened Quot in a few Days which will be a great convenience to the travelling Public Lafayette needs Vety much n first class hotel the present Onea Are so crowded that it is impossible to get a single Bod and the chances Are decidedly against a modest Man getting a Sfat at the first table. There is some political excitement in Tippecanoe county. A full county ticket is to be elected the democrats have nominated Joseph. Bingham esq., for clerk which is the very Best nomination which could have been made. He is porn Psi talented and possesses High clerical qualifications. No one doubts his election unless Thi democrats go to sleep and forget the election Day which they Are not Likely to do. I Phall to Morrow morning for Laporto county. 1 and will write again from Michigan Citi John White Job. Krar. Gordon contributes a Long piece poetry to the free Democrat the Abolitz this City. Temperance is the subject of Bis song and to no doubt expects that pipes the tempera no men and Abo will dance. His calculations upon Bamboo Ling the Temperance men will fail him but his abolition friends being always ready to do anything in opposition to democracy will no doubt Quot foot it neatly Quot to any tune he will whistle. Quot behold How pleasant and How Good a thing it is for Brethren to dwell together in or the Detroit free fress says Gen. Cass is in the enjoyment of most excellent health. Those who saw Hira ten Yeara ago con now discover few it any of the changes that Are usually wrought by a half score of years upon men of his age or Tho Quot ladles in Adimu ind., realized <�300 by two entertainments for the orphans in new Orleans bereaved by the yellow fever. I ing from Tho la n Effort in his if to array or. Porter against judge Smil now or. P. Was appointed a member of that committee by judge Smith who As chairman of the democratic convention appointed the whole committee. To would not be Likely to select them from Imong Bis enemies. A a he asks Why was the Call for the Conven Tion withdrawn. Was it not to defeat judge Smith in answer to that it is Sui Lucient to say that judge Smith l fore the Call was withdrawn publicly slated in Indianapolis that to would not lie a Cand Idalo Buforo Trio convention and that Lieut gov. Willard Ibl icly stated in Indianapolis the same thing be reasons for the withdrawal of the Call for Tho convention were stated by Tho committee in their card which we will Quot publish. It was understood that Thero was no candidate for the report ship but or. Porter Tho press of Tho Stato unanimously acquiesced in Tho action of the committee and noticed Tho nomination in terms highly flattering to or. Porter. The entire bar of his native county. Dearborn recommended the state Central committee to nominate him which was a compliment be deserved for his gentlemanly deportment Hile among them and for his ability displayed As supreme court reporter. Of some of the whig papers have denied with a great Deal of pretended indignation that there is any Quot hitching of teams Quot to Tweep Tho whigs and abolitionists in the Effort to elect or. Gordon reporter of the supreme court. They can t Tell the truth in this matter any More than in any other where falsehood better serves their interests. At the county abolition convention hold in Lafayette on monday or. Gordon was fully endorsed As the abolition candidate for reporter and his name is announced upon Tho same ticket with their other candidates. To do not suppose for a moment however that this fact will at All interfere with the support Given to the or. By such anti abolition papers As the Wabash Erpi is the Danville advertiser the Putnam county Banner the Evansville journal and other whig papers of that character. They sir we copy the Folio arte i fair of the 14th it in Tho Loga proceed ii called Fol notice of saturday . Be purpose demo Niti led by hot of organ�o2 1 correspondence Ollie sent Bibl 2. Michios cite sept. 13, 1853. It is astounding to witness the great Impi Tus which the Extension of the new alb airy and Salem Railroad to this place has Given to the Northern and Western travel. The Road is completed except about four Miles near the Tippecanoe Battle grounds. The Iron is on the ground and a heavy Force employed in closing the Gap up by the 20lh Insl passengers can leave Indianapolis at six in Tho morning and reach Chicago at 7 o clock Tho same evening. Prom a Point near the Battlo ground to the curve which runs into Michigan City Tho Road is an air line. This is said to to the longest stretch of straight line Railroad in Tho Union it being about seventy Miles. When completed this Road will command All the travel from Central Indiana and Western and Southern Ohio As Well As much of Kentucky to Wisconsin Iowa Minnesota Central Northern and Western Illinois and indeed for the present it will be the most expeditious route to St. Louis passenger by this route can go from Louis ky., to St. Louis in two Days. Much of the country Over which this Road passes is Low wet and unproductive. Thoi who have ape Jiant for speculating in swam lands can Here gratify their most ardent i it is the Stai to commodity of to country without Competition. For rail and the gloomy Kankakee As far Astl ran reach there is a Shrub or Rill Quot shut their eyes and and Swallow themselves Heep Somel White. Whates with the their Mouth Ira in consoling Tion that Black Good Mutton As the mask Law if nine Law advocate publishes the decision of the United states court on the constitutionality of Tho prohibitory liquor the opinion of Tho Sil preme court of the United states on the several Points of this Law May. Be found in Tho 5th volume of Howard s Keport of decisions in a. Rotati courts. Chief Justice Taney said Quot if any state deems the retail and into nil traffic in ardent spirits injurious to i citizens and calculated to produce idleness vice and debauchery i see nothing in the Constitution of Tho United states to prevent it from regulating and restraining the traffic or the Jronh Iutin of it altogether if it think proper. Quot every state May therefore regulate its own internal traffic according to its own judgment and non its own views of the interest and Well being of its b Howard 437 liar just co Mclean said. Quot if the foreign articles be Jnet trios to health or to Tho morals of the common Ltd a state May in the exercise of that comprehend ire police Power which lies at the found Hob of it Prosperity prohibit Fht Salt of 5 Bowab s92. And in regard to the destruction of property to rids Quot the acknowledged police Power of a Btu the extends often to the destruction of pro fat to. A nuisance tray be abated. Every a thing to the health or morals of a a if May be removed be thai Dize from a fort where Dale be prevails be us liable to Community disease a be a to Laded and is extreme cims h May-1 4 to Kern lot to in Quot. W. Wright b. R. Keep and others. By Laws for the government of the As,50ciati0n were adopted and the usual number of officers Eleeter and stated meetings Are to be held. This association Aji pears to to nothing More nor ies3 than a reorganization of Tho free soil party under the name of Independent democratic party. Among the resolutions adopted we notice that they approve of Tho principles of the Pittsburgh platform. The second resolve save Quot that to abhor the fugitive slave Law and will not obey its inhuman Tho fourth Resolution Quot that John l. Robinson marshal of the state of Indiana to presented by the chairman of this meeting with a Black leather Collar marked the Ellington watch Deg to to let at $3 per it appears to us that All truly Good citizens must look with contempt upon and association of men who will adopt the sentiments of the two resolutions above quoted. Men who will thus themselves together and pledge themselves to resist the execution of the taws of their country have no right to expect the Protection of Law nor the sympathies of Law abiding citizens however objectionable the fugitive Slavo Law May be to any portion of the people Thev Are bound by All Tho principles that Aro requisite to hold the Union of our states together and to promote the Best interests of the whole to regard the Laws while they remain on our statutes a supreme. No Inan or conclave is justifiable in setting up his or their puny opposition in a rebellious manner to the execution of Law. It is one of the triumphant boasts of oui people that Here in these glorious United states we live in a free country that Freedom consists in a great measure in the acknowledged right of the people to enact al Ter Amend or repeal Laws not to resist their execution. If the principles of an existing Law Are at variance or its principles regarded As oppressive the majority have the right under our Liberal form of government to wipe from the statutes the objectionable features of that Law and to substitute others that shall be consonant with the popular will but the resist me of the execution of Law i not c right Guarani red by the Noble old patriots and statesmen who bequeathed to us our glorious system of government but an abuse of them. As a nation we acknowledge the right of s majority to Rule and when we deny that right we stand in open hostility to Tho Princi. Pies of our own government and Are no longer entitled to the proud name of Quot Republic the olb rumours of a Trupti Between Secretary Marcy and the preside Are false or. A has Tho entire conf Dene of the president the cab idiot is a unit we can t say whether this is the Hundredth or Hundred and fiftieth time that a similar despatch has been sont Over the country though we rather incline to the latter number. Whenever the reporters at Washington have nothing else to talk about they Straightway sit Down and inform a startled nation that the president and or. Marcy or the president and or. Davis or the president and the Cabinet generally Are in of intense War. Stirring Breeze having been kicked up by Thi ingenious Evice the same reporters proceed to allay it next Day thus making two items of t of it by announcing that Tho rumours of a rupture Are All false and that the Cabinet is Stul a upon which cheering Intelli. Gene the agitated country relapses into i grateful repose until again startled out of its boots by the Riest a rupture. And Soi goes. Now we pity from the Boito of our heart the poor Fellows in Washington who Are obliged to pump up startling news for a thirsty never satisfied Public. Quot we freely Grant them now and then the privilege of lying. That we expect but we do condemn them for want of invention. Whet there Are so Many men and to Many think to lie Abs theri 15 really Noj excuse Fot repeating Ove Quot two or three Days the stale joke of a t Muis in the if you will lie Pray give to a variety my Dew a ii a a few of it Jwj a Iima a of a Quot Liy. A on i what cd of Yoff Chew for the Little fellow give no by a old in extra Tunlin Hll a he a Irrie Piikea a Rte twi chaw for Hub fish 1 �0.get Thi strength of Uttof k to the Atuf pm Liao Ido Tunk a us shawl for Quot tree to be seen the dreary Plait quakes with Fei As the Iron horse flies the whole Earth trembles and tall dry Sten approach of c r. The life 1, verdant Tam stand As i m shake Ili Zati either Bri id thei i Monument of tin and the arts in a Lam red Ismail Over Hai to Low Clay Prairie been attempted that by places entirely ruined the Rich dry Prairies o lured. Place. In where cultivation he crops Are in m by the Frost while i White and Laporte the appropriations for the Harbor at this place and the new Railroad connections have Given a impetus to and improvement. Michigan City is destined Tobo agr Ai place of Trade and co Chicago. Or on monday the 12th instant the abolitionists of Tippecanoe county endorsed Gordon As their candidate for supreme sojourner truth Quot n negro woman asked permission to speak in the afternoon which was granted by the chair. Yells and hooting from the gallery a a the meeting was declared adjourned to 3 o clock. Cries of Quot Well be hero to hear sojourner. Hurrah Quot -. In the afternoon the president ascended the platform and with coins enable a ure took her seat. Sho. Was Sooh followed by lilies Lucy in pants and miss or mrs. So Roumer truth a cd la re a. Lady of some sixt vinters in a woman s Blue gown and Black Pinafore. A White Cotton kerchief was Bount around her Sable brow and in the immensity of its folds her Phr no logical developments were concealed and her hair retained in pro per position. The president then announced to the audience that miss or mrs.,sojourner troth arose and so did a perfect storm of applause hisses groans and undignified ejaculations. Oni Young lad with , whose cd cation had evidently been grievously neglected insinuated that the coloured lady was not then acting in her accustomed sphere by calling for Quot an Oyster Stew with plenty of another Voung Rascal with a dirty shirt and face said Quot he would take Quot halt a dozen on half another scape Grace called vociferously for a Quot six Penny plate of Clam notwithstanding these unman Nerly in i handsome and ill timed Calls for bivalves. Sojourner truth came Forward to Tho desk rolled up her Eye balls in scorn frowned indignantly and raised her hand and voice in a Atli. She spoke. Be who have not heard 10 Roar of the Cataract can form but a Mea or idea of the volume of sound that gushed Irth upon the devoted audience. Imagine Trinity Church Organ forgetful for a time of s sacred duties with its Low Bass and trumpet stops pulled out All the keys Down and two men and a boy working for dear life at Tho Bellows and Yon have a gentle specimen of the angry voice of sojourner truth. She said Quot it is Good for me to come Forth for to see what kind of spirit you Are made of. I see some of you have got Tho spirit of Tho Goose and a Good Many of Yon a the spirit of snakes. Great applause cries of go on that s Tho style show your Pluck give it to them during which that Voung scape race in the gallery called for a Quot Small Fry i feel at Home Here. A venerable old gentleman occupying n front seat Sud so you ought i was born in this state i be been a slave in this state and now i m a Good citizen of this state. Vociferous demonstrations of applause i was born Here and i can Tell you i feel to Home Here. Queer Man under the gallery that s right make youself at Home you re Welcome take a chair i be been looking round and watching things and i know a Little might bout woman s rights applause and cries of go it Lively you la have a fair show i know it feels funny Kinder funny and tickling to see a coloured woman get up and Tell you about things and woman s rights when we to All been trampled Down so t nobody thought we d Ever git up agin. But to have come up and i m Here. There was a King in old time in the scr Piters that a Iid to d give away half of his kingdom and hang somebody As High a Llama. Now to was More liberale thai Tho King of the United states cause he would n t do that for the women. Roan of laughter on the conclusion of which c Middle ii god gentleman with a Florid Counte Nance Short hair and old fashioned shirt col Lar ventured the Correct the lady As to the title of our chief magistrate but the lady would not change the name and continued but to Don t want him to kill the men nor to Don t want half of his kingdom we Only want half of our rights and we Don t get them neither. But Well have them see Quot we do n t and you can t Stop us neither see f you can. Applause and some Hiss of you May Hiss As much As 3 other lot of geese but i shall write again from a i uhf we Imp to f. John White in. Court reporter and on thursday Follo the Delphi journal a whig paper hoists Hli As its candidate and advocates Bis Quot a a Rig Quot because he is running Quot without ref-1 mothers up hero on the stage. That Youn. Rascal with the and face hurry up that Stow it s biking you see the women do n t get half As much rights As they ought to get. Quot to want More and will have it. Loud laughter then you see the Bible says sons and daughters ought to behave themselves before their mothers but they i m watching and 1 can the Thebie pee West. will be seen by the statement which we publish below and Fot which Sra Are indebted to or. Kew land our Able and efficient treasurer of state that the Long unsettled three per cent fund account Between the general government ind the state has finally been adjusted and the state credited with Over.$ia>,000. It was for this purpose in part that gov. Wright and or. Newland.v�o3�oted the cast recently As announced time and they deserve much credit for the manner in which they have discharged Shat duty. This account to. Been adjusted at Pense to the state of not More than $300 at the most. Our readers hate not forgotten Tho proceedings in the legislature Winter in relation to this very matter and certain events tha happened subsequently to those proceedings and consequent upon Thero for which gov Wright was denounced and vilified in Thi most outrageous terms in the columns of Thi journal. A it will be remembered that a Bill was introduced into the legislature and passed to appoint one. W. Cummins agent to Settle Thi three per Cen Jund account and providing that for he services As such agent he should be paid fifteen per cent of such sum As might be found due to Tho state upon the final adjustment of the account. This Mil gov Wright determined to veto because As sex. Pressed by him in the veto message he had prepared Quot the payment to the commissioner f fifteen per. Cent would be entirely Dis pro. In rationed to the amount of labor performed Quot idea that the state was entitled to a credit on the books of the general gov moment Quot to the amount of Between one Hundred thousand and two Hundred thousand dollars Quot and because in the language of Tho veto message Quot $600 would it is believed be amply sufficient to secure the adjustment of this account and it is at All events a Correct principle of Public policy for the state to pay for the service actually per donned and no the friends of the Bill bearing that this message was in preparation recalled Tho Bill from Tho governor Anc it was suffered to die a natural death upon Tai table of . For this act or. J. W. Cummins in Thi columns of the state journal denounced gov Wright in the most abusive and degrading terms of vilification Ever used in pot House brawls or the columns of whig Papen declaring that the governor s statement As to the sum due the state and the consequent amount Likely to lie paid the commissioner under the provisions of the Bill proved him to to Quot either a fool or a liar Quot and averting that the Veu was induced not by any. Regard the governor had for the welfare of the state but by Bis dislike for some of Cummins s Madison neigh Bors. All this abuse the journal not Only tac. Itzy endorsed but fought to induce Cumming to continue by wondering to him the Unjiro item use of its columns for that purpose. Our readers will see that notwithstanding the Abuso heaped upon him by i and its Confederate Cummins the governor has been fully sustained by the facts. The sum due the state aloes amount to Over $100,-000 Tho amount Cummins would have received had the Bill passed would have exceeded $15,000, and for Only a few Days work Tho expense has been less than $500 and by this one act Kiotie the governor has saved to Tho Stato nearly $15,000�?almost enough to pay the salaries of All the. Judges in the Stato for one year. In this Case As in others whig denunciation and abuse has been lavished upon the governor for doing he duty to the state. Such a course on the part of the enemies of gov. Wright cannot injure him a they Are merely imbedding themselves deeper in the the Public can see and appreciate the motives of such malignant demagogue and every assault they make Only places the i amount is. Afiouni Ranj the i Jei Dii inf t i e t n a iii n g iii si9,5s2 a 11.60s h ��o3�� year Leil. Teitle i Bilanci i filed Seal per Lith. 1818 a would leave an Ai �4.h7 cat. Or. I bustling streets i Casios of the p. 0. D. Relative to poet Aoe following correspondence will fully explain itself Cle Tetard 0., sept. 10,1850. Hok. S. R. Hob die sir shall we recognize half of a Tielve cent stamp As n l cents one fourth As three cents or any other. Fraction of any stamp in proportion to its size ? we Aro in the constant receipt of letters pre paid by halves of in Rel t cent Stamps which i have passed unmolested through san fran a Cisco and new York. Please instruct us and oblige youre &c., j. W. Gray p. I p. 0. Depart jest is Dasios Ornce a september 12,1853. So i am directed to inform you in answer to your letter of the 10th inst., that halves or other fractional parts of postage Stamps being unknown to the Law cannot be Waii is i permitted to be used in pre payment of Post be �.1 a a Congress empowered the Post i iii 10 the Najj Jtj a speral and him Only to provide and i furnish postage Stamps of the denomination Uain three cents and of such other Deomina i tons As he might deem expedient. In Pur Quot Quot stance of the authority thus vested in him to did Issue postage Stamps of Tho denominations of one three and twelve cents no others having been by him deemed expedient or necessary. Jul the requirement of the Law having been i fulfilled in this respect by the Only person authorized to execute it it follows therefore that Tho attempt to create other denominations by cutting postage stamp a into fraction _ al parts is an illegal Assumption and that of to e be Minei no a i the Legal value of Tho Stamps so Cut is thereto iii., sept. 14, 1853. A by destroyed. 1 jul Mil 47 0� s o.7w s Lerein of. 71 Ges Ebal office sept. Ctr 1863. John Wilson com Timoner. Great City its ded docks run f now York. In Many respect a handsome City. It is situated on a i Plain but a few feet above Tho Lake we it like a Broad Bright Mirror in i suntry Back of the City for Miles Tho same character oat level and Monoton-1 but All these draw a Chicago is a great City and what is if the Lake is yet in its in scarcely shed its swaddling Menso number of sul Stantial Iro in the process of erection in most of Tho business streets. Several Are of elegant White Marble but the principal material is Brick. Many of the Brick Are brought from Mii Waukee and Ore very Fine when fully burned they Are of a Rich Cream color somewhat resembling the color of Tho Bates House As , Tho Illinois canal and the various railroads terminating Here must always make it a great depot for Tho be Thi fancy. Busic your of t servant s. R. Hobbie 1st ass t p. General. To. J. W Grav Esq p. At Cleveland Cuya hoga county Ohio. Fair it will be seen by the following that f. Finch esq., of Franklin declines being a candidate for judge in this circuit. Fra skis sept. 20,1853. Editor Sentinel As i have been frequently spoken to to become a candidate for i to president judgeship in this circuit to be filled at Tho approaching october election you will allow to to say through your paper that in no possible contingency will i allow my name used As a candidate for that office. F. Pinch. Trade and business of an immense tract of abolished. A cities of Lucy Stone in the course of her remains on the occasion of the meeting of the new Torii anti slavery society on sunday gave utterance to the following sentiments Quot we moan to have a new North a Republic. We go for. The abolition of slavery or the dissolution of Tho Union. Tho South must abolish slavery or stand alone. The Union must he dissolved or slavery Rich productive and highly cultivated Colin try. Property is High but not higher i think than the future of Tho City will justify. It is said that the railroads always run Over the poorest districts of country. I Hope this is so for the credit of Porter and Lake coun tip on the route of the Illic Higan Central Railroad West of Michigan City. It must to so or these counties could not poll one Hundred votes. A More Barren dreary and unproductive country i have Nei could not help thinking that trav. A Ouw Road a a old Havo a bad impress a. They certainly form a favo opinion of what is seen. I shall leave to Morrow for Dixon Ither Points in the Rock River country. Atheists were not As bad As Tho religion Isis no matter what some people might say to the contrary. The former fed and helped the poor fugitive while Tho latter gave him up to the blood Bounds of a tyrannical persons entertaining views inclining towards abolitionism and yet who contend that the carrying out of those views would in no Wise affect the stability or perpetuity of the Union Raav learn a valuable lesson from the perusal Lotof the above Choice extracts. They May i learn that Tho legitimate and ipod table o effect of Tho doctrines which they have espoused if i i carried out to their full extent would be the i i dissolution of Tho fraternal ties which on this i if Indice to the hampers of party i Quot the Vojir Nan evidently thinks that the abolition party is no party at All at the same time that he is following their Lead and advocating Thi claims of their candidate. The whigs and abolitionists appear to to taken very suddenly with a love for Independent candidate so their definition of Aii Independent candidate being if we Are to judge from the men they support one who runs for office without party without principles without qualifications and without Hopes of sue Cess except in Tho gullibility of the Jie Ople. Union say7 that upon the ensuing legislature of this state will devolve the duty of electing two senator in Congress a one to fill the unexpired term of the lamented William r. King and the other to fill the scat made vacant by the the term of Hon. Jete Clemens. As there will be a considerable majority of democrats in the legislature we take it granted that they will elevate their Best soundest men to men who faithfully sustain the principles of the democratic party and the president of their Choice. Governor Fitzpatrick who received the executive appointment of senator on the resignation of col King will be brought Forward by his friends for the same office. The claims of others Are being discussed. The governor resides in theiso them part of the state. The friends of Hon. Jere Clemens arc also urging his claims to his old position. He is Likely to have quite a number of competitors for Tho distinguish Honor. The colons lives in North Alabama 05"it appeals by the following from the Cincinnati a my that the publisher of Dye Sani or having been detected and exposed in his attempts at marauding upon Thi Public is now trying speculation upon those who exposed him we understand that Dye of Dye s Bank Mirror has directed libel suits against the Gazette for thl a thousand doll an enquirer thirty thousand and t. W. Lord of lord s Pei Ector ten thousand dollars to to Jet est a. Is Maliksi tiie new York Ivis of the 16th says that the latest figures of the a Idne election Retno is foot up in Pijahn deni0 rat 29,426< ,demo-,cr�4r hot Fri in a a. The iii for the spate a a of pm to Lton?hiei�16r no it Elba a rms a do no it nil m and s fret Rollin. A Myint up thei Ither Belova anybody applause they ought to to they ought to know better an if they d been brought up proper they would. Queer Man under the gallery they ought to be spanked roars of laughter woman s sphere ought to Rise Rise As High As hangs Haman and spread out All Over. Great applause and that queer Man under the gallery insinuated that that might be done by the least possible Extension of their bustles i m round watching things and i wanted to come up and say these few things to you and i m much obliged for your listening. I wanted to Tell you a Little mite about woman s rights and so i come out and said so. I ii to round again some time. I m watching things and i la get up Arin an Tell you what time o night it great applause and with another request from Tho Young Rascal to Quot hurry up the stews and things Quot the lady took a seat on the Steps which lend to the Iclal proc Kenins Ondea the High be abolition papers Aro publishing the following Vith tacit approbation of the conduct Deli led in it a coloured Man representing himself As a fugitive and who has been in Detroit for some time has been suspected As a spy by his coloured Brethren for some weeks. Something transpiring a few Days since which converted suspicion into certainty it was thought Best to give him a taste of what he might expect if he was caught in any of his tricks consequently he was Quot caught on Friday night taken to the outskirts of the City and whipped in a terrible manner. The skin of his Back from his head to. His heels was completely Cut off by the Lashea and in some places the flesh was Cut off the Bones. I was then be tied to the ground. Some to it after he was found by some humane persons who had him properly taken care of and provided medical attendance. It is doubtful whether he will recover. The parties who whipped him. Have not been identified. Fir the n Alir Kave Sentinel Deo Adb town sir Marion co. To the editor of the state Sentinel. A dear sir a la looking Over the weekly Stinel of the Isth Insl of the proceedings of the county convention i was surprised to see my Namo Jan punched As a Delegate from Decatur in represented As being in the was not in the convention not was i apprised of being dlr i try or indirectly appoint ii until saw ital ii unwed in your weekly paper. In Justice the me personally please publish this arid of luge Yunis most re spic Folly d. L. Mop Bland. Is hot this Bra Braet tie Lowell Cornier compares the i ology of the Eon. Bans Ohata a a Vanlou Webster to Judi Ohi Tut Odd a Ferl or. Choate was Dent thrive Art Houda to Luuann Adamos. The esteem and affections of Tho people. Recapitulation of the revision of the. Indiana fund account up to the 31st december 1845. List tries. A a Proe erd. Axilla a Landa h 1d it Riecl Natl. Indiana lands sold at al Cennea. Indiana Landi Aid it Jeff Raon Nlle a India lat Orivl Jane. Inf to d at Pone nov in Luna Landa told id Lana 1 Mac. 3.<sc.53 is 3.�l�l,�3 1,8s9j�4 Deano re a Sonive Quot Burf draft on land Erron Onat rold Nynier act Liti. Jan oath ii from Ihal Dale to Job june 1841. Nitro trom it Jar to Slusi december,-18�. Ditto Duran give year 18�, amount paid for advert la Menir the a or Indiana land Aalen Dnton Ollir vean 18� and 1815. Grief Aie oct Pruc temp. Three pet tem. On 81�,Tso,6io ,.918,7m,ei8-m in bars of our great confederacy they May learn that in its March Towai is the result it seeks to accomplish the fell spirit of abolition Lam would throw Down and to Rathle under foot every institution no High and holy its character which Milit to found As an obstruction to its Advance and if Tho end at which it is aiming should Over to attained which heaven forfend if would gaze with demoniacal rapture upon the devastation and ruin which had attended Ita Progress. This is a matter deserving of grave Idere Tion and should be Well Abo a a a. Character yet love their country Revere state and meet and address at Tho court a to institutions and Havo Faith in the religion House of each county at one o clock p. M., i of their free township trustees and other friends o John White Jil. Appoints cents of the if polio superintend a ,. Twill visit the North Ort. Counties of the a i a free schools on the Days following Miami county wednesday sell 28lh. Wabash county thursday sept. 29th. Huntington county Friday sept. 30th. Allen county saturday october . Dekalb county monday oct. 3i. Steuben county tuesday oct. 4lh. Lagrange county wedge widay oct. 5lh, Noble county thursday oct. 6th. Kosciusko county Friday oct. 7th. Whitley county saturday oct. 8th. Adams county monday oct. Lot. Wells county tuesday oct. Letb. Carrol county tuesday oct. Isth. Cass county wednesday ocl Isth. Fulton county thursday oct. 20th. Marshal county Friday oct. 21st. Starke county saturday oct. 22d. Pulaski county monday oct. 24th. White county tuesday oct. 25th. Jasper county wednesday oct. 26th. Benton county thursday oct. 27th. E Limilla lit december 1s16, preceding Weinber Issel per treat i Din. Dal dated 7lb no. Ike. Beai be poll no Pill Issi ite Treau re for amount of warrant so. �95, 71b january 1s52 warrant no. �8111, per a i intr i Eli locate Wiki ss74. Warrant no. S7c9. Dated sept. Sms3-. Isee dated jul o. 8�ih,.j,., 97�,. Died a Ember jts in Ivan ant so. 97 sept. 10,b. Ism Iva Iram no. 3�7, Luarco a St lsa5 warrant a Fel l�3s,. Date Mays 1.1830. 9019, Dalj Psi. Is jul. Waria ast m b. A a a. 1150, Ted died lil Quot Date a 6505,"d ate4l 17. S571, dated i. Eio dated warrant i Quot filed Marosik 18� in arrant no �00, died nov 191b, june 1si.�o83s,. To s. A a 1838. A arrant. Oct. Fiat variant. Feb. I7th, -1837, june iii sept.ll9t�ri837 Var Rani no 857 alar leh ib38,. Varr Anfilo Oil. March a 1e�. A arrant no. It a Marse-.�, is�.-. 8,019 63 i�o�67 19,903 a 9.9� 37 14,4.v 15 13��5 79 47.5�, say a 3, a Jeo 84joo 19, �1 19,950 1w�0 i3.ui1 s3,7<� a. 4�0b 15 3,497 �5 a on be Ikid Natios a Baste. Two learn that judge Mclean week after full argument granted an injunction in favor of Tho Columbus Piqua and Indiana company restraining the Indianapolis and Bellfontaine company from widening the track of their Road to Tho Ohio Guage. Tho injunction we learn granted upon the contract which was made by president Smith and approved by the unanimous vote of All the Dir octets and entered upon Tho record known As the first contract for through freight care to run Between Columbus and Indianapolis. Tho judge being Clear that Tho contract required the same Guage of tract to enable the through cars to run Over both roads and As the Ohio Road was of the Indiana 4 feet Inch Guage the Indiana Road could not be changed to Tho Ohio Guage of 4 feet 16 inches As was being done by the Indianapolis and Bellefontaine company. Bread stuffs. A the Cincinnati inquirer says that Tho following is an extract from a commercial. Letter from Antwerp dated August 23d, received by or. Win Dolman of Cincinnati the excitement in the Grain Market is As great As it \�a3 in 1846 and 1847, and the prices Are continually Tiv dancing. Stock on hand Small and no Sellers but a Large business is done in cargoes of wheat under Way from the Baltic at prices from 14� to in Guild Era. The demand for wheat for exportation particularly to France where the crops Are represented to be lighter and the Stock Small or than in 1846 is very great. Up Dicini Are gratified to learn that Hon. Thomas a Walpole received the nomination for circuit judge from the democratic convention at Indianapolis on saturday . Or. In possesses the talents and Legal to make an excellent judge. As a presiding officer he has no Superior and on the Bench we doubt not he will be prompt and Effie ont we Hope he will be triumphantly elected a c i Mcnol a finnian. Hit him n. Y. Tribune is a conduit for the vilest filth and slander that can to gathered from the stews of the Coli try. It is a disgrace to Tho City of Nevi York and it is a wonder that any decent Man will admit such n Sheet into Bis family or even read it himself unless to would study the degree of hypocrisy and falsehood to which a professed Quot reformer Quot May descend. Tho following extract from that Sheet with the comments of the k. Y. Express another whig Piper speak for themselves Quot the president is fond of display and is rather foppish in his tastes and style of dress. For instance to has his hair oiled and onried after the fashion of n. P. Willis and. Frequently receives visitors in the morning in an embroidered tunic or Semi Robe do Cha Bro such As Aro worn by the Flash and fancy men of new York supposed and said to be kept by women. His taste for dress and equipage May to traced also to the company he Quot we cannot find words to sufficiently intensify the disgust which such language As this must create wherever or by whomsoever it is read. If the object of Tho writer is to make a Little capital for Tho whig party he Viust Boas uninformed of the feelings of the american people no matter what their political affinities Asho is of Tho commonest rules of Ordinary decency. This correspondent however docs but follow the example that was set him by not Hoof Tho Tribuna s correspondents who it will to remembered put in print sundry disgraceful allegations respecting the personal habits of or. Pierce at Home one of the chief of which Ivas frequent intoxication. Tho Tribune having been compelled to editorially explain in that Case one Wottom think would Havo Learned Ere now to exclude from its columns these scurrilous emanations which the democratic press will at once charge to the account of the whig party and in duo time employ it with effect to its disadvantage. For on own part we enter a protest against any such dishonourable tactics. It is not a whig principles it cannot help the whig Par Tyr to insult that portion of the american people who cast their votes for the present a Combe it of Tho presidential chair by Telung them that they have chosen a chief magistrate from the air All accounts from Europe agree that crops will be unusually Short. Tho deficit is Large in England and it is Large in France and other places whence England got some of her supplies in 1847. Fortunately the crops in this country Are extraordinary so that to can Supply provisions to an Alnio St limited amount and with such a Scarcity Europe prices will Rule High notwithstanding the abundance Here. This will be greatly to the Benefit of agriculturalists but their Prosperity will be counterbalanced by a vast Deal of suffering and distress i the old country. Should War occur in Europe to add to the Public calamities the season will be a disastrous one to the wealth of Europe. It might however be better for the is property plenty to support tha population of the old countries if it were distributed. War leads to Dburl Button. There a a ill be More employment and therefore Bei Ter wages. This however is Only temp Arajj. As soon As Tho War is Over taiga com and. The labor of the toiling millions has to pay for the sport of Kings. It is to be hoped they will Aoe to it if War does come that there will be no tyrants left at the end of the fight to i Vitae i Tiberii. Of Robe Beai ilor of Beharier coir iils the

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