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Indianapolis Weekly Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 22, 1853, Indianapolis, Indiana State Sentinel. William j. Brown editor. Seko Cabatic Holn amp nos. It Eunok Tai sat Ocio Bek a 1863. For Supra tie Cost Ftp or Albert g. Porter of Marion county. For lae fifth Judy ii Cin if Thomas d. Walpole of he cock co. Monday ,.september is ism White whap est Paperi a a Whitt wrap pin will Siemie Uke notice Siw their Sibbi Crillon it due end ii they web their Piper continued they mint renew it at once by a Ndang the Money by mall. A. copy the following Orti clo from the Bevansville enquirer. The at tempt of or. Gorlott and Hia Fileda to Ana a portion of the Demorcy against or. Pol Ter upon a ground that never had any exist Enoe in fact Viz that the Call for a Conven Tion was withdrawn to defeat the nomination of judge Smith was so silly but withal so worthy of the capacity of the men who originated the charge and of those who reiterate it that we deemed it scarcely worthy a notice. Every Democrat knows not Only that judge 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 . This attempt of or. Gordon and i i whig and abolition allies to Divide the democratic party not Only shows their impudence and desperation but will like the drs. Effort to be elected to a contemptible failure. Phil some other string or. Quot the editor of the Temperance Chart at Indianapolis and the Independent whig no party candidate for supreme court reporter is out in a Long letter to the Public through the columns of the whig papers. Believing that he has but few friends in this part of we thought of saying but Little about the matter but his charges against the present reporter who is the regular democratic candidate for re election Are to Gross that we have concluded to give him a notice. Lie charges that when or. Porter was nominated by tie state Central committee and when the Call fur convention was revoked that or. Potter was still a member of that committee. This Sui tement or. Gordon Musi have known to he untrue. Or. A s Resigna-1 had been tendered accepted and publish Jiuu Road me of the Papen have recently been the quest too Quot Are we building too Quot Ife think the following Frothi the new Yetk tri Hime affords an and sufficient answer it the statement a it Contons Are True if which however Ive have mme doubt Quot the Money Market on Call is moderately any Avith an Active demand. Paper is 8@12 up cent for first class. The drafts from the Interior Banks 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 our Banka to discount. 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 Modert ate business doing for Domestic investment and for the continent. This Market As Well As that of London has for the present a Large surplus of these securities and it is almost a hopeless task to attempt to negotiate it loan Here even for a strictly first class Enterprise which last year could have been arranged without difficulty. The leading houses Here to have made that Branch of business their speciality will not even consider a new negotiation and applicants with their maps and i of the most promising lines Are civilly bowed out. We Hoar of Soine fair Bonds if roads which being near completion must 10 finished at any Cost,.having been negotiated As Low As 50 cent. The development if Railroad enterprises in the West has fit ear or two past been too rapid and the Bond in felted for the present must hav m0iira0,.�bptemtoa 90, the Lohss Hiohio Quot co lobed Quot St aunly at the Quot Wima i sigh is come Niitme Quot in new Yorkjr Here All of character and Aikins were de. The for the co drawn on the 9lh of a made the nomination on on the 7th of Mav or Rith id the committee 25th of May Porter Market i it least desperate to this r wedge sat Kohnto. Sette Mahb �1.1853 of the sea ind a. T a Lafatette Sefc 12,1853. The Lott Irtz agric Rural for comes off to a shades Tad i Lorrow and Nelt Day. From present appear mixed no and where to much of the Scanda will to quite an Eishi ution. The address will be delivered by How a Daniel Mace have no doubt will in a bal in a speech than Hoke Gre elem major Dently Mace consults iou and democratic authors Gre a Quot Soj Onmi Loiis was acted out the Mest notable speech was made. Jay a a Oak woman. The report gives us the parti ulaia. Sojourner h Evi Neof pm Quot truth Quot a negro Ley Freeson lindane free Trede. The Grout is i a leak in the afternoon which a i of. Was granted by the chair. Yells and Hoot Forth state few hav6 been beautifully at a p a a ranged and Tuufuli prepared by j. J. Bing year s rest. We uni i Prises just now than to come irked with a. New Railroad loan and remark applies with equal Force to there is really no disposition to look at new things and no Money to pay for ver so tempting. Western Railroad in fact almost killed the Golden Goose which has heretofore answered their Ham Esq. Tho a Fri Cir it and energetic-superintendent., the a a mingle House i understand will be opened in a few Days which will be a great Convenio in a to the trav Eung Public Lafayette needs very much a first class hotel the present ones Are so crowded that it is impossible to get a single Bod Are decidedly again is a modest Man getting a seat at the first table. There is some political excitement in Tippecanoe comity. A full county ticket is to to elected the democrats have nominated Joseph j. Bingham Esq., for clerk which u the very Best nomination which could have been made. Be is Pohnl fax talented and possesses High clerical qualifications. No one doubts his election unless the democrats go to sleep and forget the election Day which they Are not Likely to do. I shall to Morrow morning for Laporto county and will write you again from Michigan City. John White of Cdr. Gordon contributes poetry to the free Democrat Organ in this cite. Temper Jet of his song and to no Doi Hile be pipes the temperate la pie 1 abolition is the sub expects that in and abolitionists 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 gently Quot to any tune he will whistle. Quot behold How pleasant and How Good a thing it is for Brethren to dwelt together in 03&Quot the d Detroit free press Sagan. Cass is in the enjoyment of most Eicel Lont health. Those who discover Fei that he understood the committee were Abou to withdraw the Call for a convention an consider the propriety of making the Nomina Tion themselves and Quot As he was a candidate of the nomination delicacy required his resigns Tion. Or. Porter was a member of the com Mittee when the convention was called by was not a member of that committee Whei the Call was withdrawn or when the Nomina Tion was made. Quot or. Gordon makes an Effort in his letter to array or. Porter against judge now or. P. Was appointed a member of that committee by judge Smith who As chairman of the democratic convention a tinted the whole committee. He would not be Likely to select them from among his enemies. Quot he Aaka who was the Call for the convention withdrawn. Was it not to defeat judge Smith in answer to that it is sufficient to say that judge Smith before the Call was withdrawn pull Icv stated in Indianapolis that to would not be a Cani Vidato whore the convention and that Lieut. Gov. Willard publicly slated in Indiana Lis the same thing. The reasons for the withdrawal of the Call for the convention wore stated by the committee in their card which we will publish. It was understood that there was no candidate for the reporter ship but or. Porter the press of Tho state unanimously acquiesced in the action of the committee and noticed the nomination in terms highly flattering to or. Porter. The entire bar of his native county. Dearborn recommended Central committee to j nominate him which was a compliment he deserved for his gentlemanly deportment Shile 1 among them and for his ability displayed As i supreme court reporter. 05"some of the whig papers have denied j with a great Deal of pretended indignation that there is any Quot hitching of teams Quot be tween Tho whigs and abolitionists in the Effort to elect or. Gordon reporter of the supreme court. They can t Tell Tho truth in this matter any More than in any other where falsehood better serves their interests. At the Tippecanoe county abolition convention held in Lafayette on last monday or. Gordon was filly endorsed As Tho abolition candidate for reporter and his name is announced upon the same ticket with their other candidates. We do not suppose for a moment however that this fact Ivill at All interfere with the support Given to the or. By such anti abolition papers As the Wabash express the Danville advertiser the Putnam county Banner the Evansville journal and other whig papers of that character. They Iris Quot shut their eyes and open their Mouths Quot and Swallow whatever comes in consoling themselves with the reflection that Black sheep sometimes make As Good Mutton As White. Him ten any of the Bra half 91 inges that a. Of years or Ortho ladies s300 by two Eider in sew Orleans he Cej a copy Porte whig of the the to Gansior i proceedings of i called for the Pur dependent of Toni 1 Madison ind ments for Thi a cd Buthi orphan Illow Fel a he following from Tho la e 14th inst. notice in i of saturday last the Ting in Cass count it Nam it might Oil cite sept. 13, 1853. It is astounding to witness the great impetus which the Extension of the new Albany 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 20th inst. Passengers can leave Indianapolis at six in Tho morning and reach Chicago at 7 o clock Tho same evening. From a Point near Tho Battle ground to the curve which runs into Michigan City the Road is an air line. This is said to to the longest stretch of straight line Railroad in the Union it being about seventy Miles. Wheir 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 to St. Loud. A in from the gallery the meeting was declared adjourned to 3 o clock. Cries of Quot Well be hero to hear sojourner. Hurrah Quot in the afternoon Tho president ascended Tho platform and with commendable composure took her seat. She. John followed by miss Lucy in pants and miss or mrs. So Journer truth a cd a Rcd. Lady of a sme sixty Winters in a woman s Blue gown and Black Pinafore. A Keri Hief around her Sable Bron-8, and in the immensity of its folds her Phoert logical Deyeth were concealed and her hair retained in proper the president then announced to the and enee that miss or mrs.,sojourner truth arose. And of did a perfect storm of applause hisses groans and undignified ejaculations. Of Young lad with red hair whose Educa tii had evidently been grievously neglected i ainu ated that the coloured lady was not the acting in her accustomed sphere by calling for Quot an Oyster Stew with plenty of crack another Voung Rascal with a dirty shirt face said Quot he would take Quot half a dozen on half another scape Grace called vociferously for a Quot six Penny plate of Clam notwithstanding these unman Nerly Unhan some and ill timed Calls for bivalves. Sojourner truth came Forward to the desk rolled up her Eye balls in scorn frowned in dip Vantly and raised her hand and voice in in. She spoke. To who have not heard Roar of the Cataract can form but a Mea idea of the vol time of sound that gushed Forth Jion the devoted audience. Trinity Church Organ forgetful for a time of to 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 the Bellows and von have a gentle specimen i 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 the spirit of the Goose and a Good Many of you have got the spirit of snakes. Great apply cries of go on that s the Styli your Pluck give it to them Dorii _ that Voung scape race in the gallery called Tor a 3tnallfry. I feel at Home Here. A venerable old gentleman occupying a front the most expedition passenger by this to y., to St. Lou much of the me i two a u go from Louisvill Passi a i he letting Tsuai number of officers meetings Are to be held. This appear Lor less than a r Ader the. W. Writ it b. R. Iza Tion of Tho free soil of Independent dem Over which this Roa unproductive. Tho. Speculating in Sward lat said a was Bon party or talc part among the resolutions adopted we notice that Thev approve of the principles of the Pittsburgh platform. The second resolve save Quot that a abhor the fugitive slave Law and will not obey its inhuman Tho fourth Resolution Quot that John l. Robinson maw Hal of of Indiana to presented by the chairman of this meeting with a Black Collar marked the Ellington watch dog to to let at s3 per Day Quot 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 last two resolutions above quoted. Men who will thus band themselves together and pledge themselves to it resist the execution of the Laws of their country have no right to expect the Protection of Law nor the sympathies of Law abiding citizens Hon Ever objectionable the fugitive slave Law May be to any portion of the people they Are bound by All the principles that Are requisite to hold the Union of our states together the Best interests of the whole Laws while Thev remain on the Maine Law if no Lavi advocate publishes the Decuior of the United states court on Tho constitutionality of the prohibitory liquor Law a the opinion of the Sii preme court of that United states on the several Points of thl Law May to found in the 5th volume of Howard s report of decisions in u. States courts. Chief Justice Taney said Quot if any state deems Quot Tho retail and inter Oil traffic in ardent spirits injurious to its citizens and calculated to produce idleness vice and Deba Moheit i see nothing in the Constitution of Tho United states to prevent u from regulating and restraining the traffic or the pro haution of it Toije it if it think pm per. Quot every state May therefore Regalato its own internal traffic according to its own judg ment and non its own views of the interest my Well being of its 5 Howard lir. Justice Mclean said Quot if the foreign articles a Jwj Grioua to health or to the morals of the Community a stats May in the exercise of that comprehend to police Power which lies Quot at the foundation of Iti Prosperity pro Hui the Sale of s Howard 692. And in regard to Tho desert action of proper. To lie Edda Quot tha acknowledged police a Weir of a by amp the extends often to the destruct iii of pro fat to. A in Liance May be abated. Everty a thing Evju Delcul to the health or moral of a Day May be Remote. Friom a a port where disease prevail to Oom music disease tray be a Xelon did us is a a Tibiae cwt h May lie to knife is it tto supreme. N setting Reb Ellic no his is one of Thi people that Here states we live in id to promote to regard the Emain on out statutes As 1 or conclave is justifiable in their puny opposition in a to the execution of Law. Triumphant boasts of our in these glorious United a free country that Freedom consists in a great measure in the acknowledged right of the people to enact alter 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 Tho right under our Liberal form of government to w from the statutes the objectionable feature that Law and to substitute Otchis that shall be consonant with Tho popular will but the resistance of the execution of Law is not c right guarantied 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 o majority to Rule and when we deny that pen hostility to the Princi i of our own government and Are no Long entitled to the proud name of Quot Republic the old rumours of a rupture Between Secretary Marcy and the president Are false or. M. Has Tho entire Confidence of the president the Cabinet is a to can t say whether this is the Hundredth or Hundred and fiftieth time that a similar despatch has been sent Over the country though we rather incline to the latter numb whenever the reporters at Washington anything else to talk about they Straightway sit Down and inform a startled nation that Tho president and or. Marcy or Tho president and or. Davis or the president and the Cabinet generally Are in of intense War. A stirring Breeze having been kicked up by this ingenious device the same reporters proceed to allay it next Day thus making two items out of it by announcing that Tho tutors of a rupture Are All false and that Tho Cabinet is still a upon which cheering Intelli. Gene the agitated country relapses into a grateful relic see until again startled out of its boots by the a Exi report of a rupture. And 80 it we pity from the Bottom of our heart the poor Fellows in Washington who Are obliged to pump up startling news for a thirsty never satisfied Public. We freely Grant them now and then the privilege of lying. That we expect but we to condemn them for want of invention Whin there Ore so my by men and so Many things to lie has Tatj three is really no excuse for a epee bldg every two or three Days the stale Folie of a Muta in that Cabinet if you will he Pray give Ujvari Ety my dear Alra Toi a Johi Newfer. Or Quot Muf a on what cd of Yoa chef for the Little fellow girl by his enl Jim a it to ,."whafd�icli�ir for a Bah 1 to j it to utre Nguk Oit of k to be Soi a till do Jos think a Buer Chari for of Quot per Ubiaru pc lands can Here gratify their most ardent do sires. It is the Staple commodity of the country without Competition. For Milf around the gloomy Kankakee As far As the Eye can reach there is a Shrub or tree to be seen. As Tho Iron horse sits of it the dreary Plain the whole Earth trembles an quakes with fear. The life has been shake out of the Ever verdant Tamrack and the tall dry stems St my As a Monument of the approach of civilization and the arts in a land where neither Minn or red Ishad Over had an abiding place. In the Low Clay Prairies where cultivation has been attempted the Corn crops Are in Many places entirely ruined by the Frost while in the Rich dry Prairies of White and Laporte counties it is not injured. The appropriations for the Harbor at this place id the now Railroad connections have Given a a impetus to and improvement Michigan City is destined to to a great place of Trade and Commerce i shall write again from Chicago John White in air on monday the 12th instant Tho abolitionists of Tippecanoe county endorsed or Gordon As their candidate for supreme court reporter and on thursday following the Delphi journal a whig paper hoists his lame As its candidate and advocates his election because he is running Quot without ref Irence to the hampers of party Quot the journal Man evidently thinks that the abolition party is no party at All at the same time that he is following their Lead and advocating this claims of their candidate. The whigs and abolitionists appear to to taken very suddenly with a love for Independent candidate so their definition of an Independent candidate being if we Are to judge Froid the men they support one who runs for office without party a without principles without qualifications and without Hopes of Success except in Tho gullibility of the ii Union says that upon the ensuing legislature of this state will devolve the duty of electing two senators in Congress a one to fill the a expired term of the lamented William e. King and the other to fill the seat made vacant by the the term of Hon. Jere Clemens. As there will be a considerable majority of democrats in the legislature we take it Tor granted that they will elevate their Best and soundest men to the Senate men who will 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 Resig. Nation of col King will be brought Forward by his friends for the same office. Tho claim of others Are being discussed. The gov Emo resides in the Southern part of . Tho friends of Hon. Jere Clemens arc Alsi urging his claims to his old position. He i Likely to have quite a number of competitors for Tho distinguish Honor. The colonel lives in North Alabama. 05"it appeals by the following from Thi Cincinnati times tint the publisher of Dye s Bank Mirror having been detected and sex. Posed in his attempts at marauding upon the Public is now trying a speculation Spoti those who exposed him we understand that Dye of dyes Bank Mirror has directed lube l suits against Thi Gazette for thirty thousand Dolours enquire thirty thousand and t. W. Lord of lord i Detector ten the Sand dollars tax step Rook. In Mimi a the new York or ouch of the loth St that the latest figures i get the Maine a sect log Retuis foot up in 294, Tomi. For pros i a 83,772 i Straty Democrat 29,425? Mon ill demo Houft the Aiu a cecum . Sinat it ii Wen my Cuoc Moian of boor m Mige and 9 in Wilth. This slate i be been a slave in this Stati now i m a Good citizen of this state. To Ferous demonstrations of applause i a born Here and i can Tell Vou i feel to Homi Here. Queer Man under the gallery that right make Vou Kelf at Home you re Wel come take a chair i be been looking round and watching things and i know f Little might bout woman s rights applause and cries of go it Lively have a fair show i know it feel Kinder funny and tickling to see a coloured woman get no and Tell Vou about things and woman s i Gobi when we Veall been trampled Down so t nobody thought we d Over git up agin. But we have come up and i m i the. Scr Piters that i his kingdom an laughter lid times ii id hot a give away half of hang somebody As High Ai r he was More liberale that in of the United states Causi 0 that for the women Roan a the conclusion of which f a gentleman with a Florid Counte Nance Short hair and old fashioned shirt Collar ventured to Correct the lady As to Tho title of our chief magistrate hut the lady would not change the name and continued but to do n t want him to kill the men for to Don t want half of his kingdom to Only want half of our rights and we Don t get them neither. But Well have them see to Don to and you can t Stop us neither see f Yon can applause and some Hiss Intel 1 please Quot of Vou May Hiss As much As to like any other lot of geese but i Stop it it s bound to come that i Rascal with the and face Harry up that slow it s Biling you see Thi women do n t get half As much rights As the ought to got. To want More and will Havi it. Loud laughter then you see says sons and daughters ought to behave themselves before their mothers but Thoy do n t i m watching and i can Beo them snickering and printing and laughing at the mothers up Hoto on the stage. That you a a scape race again my Mother aint up there and 1 Don t believe anybody s Mother k applause Thev ought to be they ought to know better an if the been brought up proper they would. Q Man under the gallery a they ought to be spanked roads of laughter \1 sphere ought to Rise Rise As High As hangs Uaman 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 com up and Sav these few things to Vou and i n much obliged for your listening i wanted t. Tell you a Little mite about woman s rights and so i come out and said so. I la be again some time. I m watching things and i ii get up Arin an Tell you what time o night it great applause and with another request from the Young Rascal b Quot hurry up the stews and things Quot the lady took a seat on the Steps which Lead to Thi platform. Jedi Chat. Pock Edison Osheb the Sou be abolition papers Aro publish ing the following Vith tacit approbation of the conduct detailed in it a ,.representing himself As fugitive and who has seen in Detroit i Home 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 Wai thought Best to give him a taste of what i might expect if to was caught in any of Hli tricks consequently a was caught on Fri Day night taken to the outskirts of the City and whipped in a terrible manner. Tho skin of his Back from he head to he heels was completely Cut off by the lashes and in some places the fish was Cut off the Bones. He was then left tied to the ground. Some time after he win found by some humane persons who had him properly taken cat of and provided medical attendance. It is doubtful whether he will recover. The part a who whipped him have not been identified. Fir Thi Bally state Sentinel i a Deorato b township Marioh co to the Ewtou of san Tim. A dear sin in looking Over the week la by tint of the Isth Insl of the proceedings of the county convention i was surprised to see my name announced As a Delegate from Decatur and represented a being in the con Eplion. I was not in the convention nor was i App rued of being directly or indirect by appointed Ontic saw it in bounced in your weekly Paner. In Justice to me personally please publish this and Ollige your most respectfully d. L. Mop Bland. Is Mot Thra by Ian Pei a to the Lowell a Kiibler compares the i ology of the Hon. Inf in Choate big Danieu Dehater to jail Ohruh i Oddom it Chato waa . Grid but there Art Bouilin to Uiman Adan los a Tai Tibbie Peb cent. will been by the statement which we publish below and for Are indebted to or. Pc land our Able and efficient treasurer of state that the Long unsettled three per cent fund account Between the general government id has been adjusted and credited with , it was this purpose in part that gov. Wright and or. Newland visited the East recently As announced by is atthe time and they deserve much credit Fot it the manner in which they have discharged that duty. This ii Conri to been adjusted at an expense to the Stater of not More than $300 at the most. Our , forgotten Tho proceed Ings in the legislature last Winter in relation to this very matter and Cert iii events that happened subsequently to those proceedings and consequent upon them for which gov Wright was denounced and vilified in Thimo to outrageous terms in the columns of Tho journal. It will be remembered that a Bill was Intra diced into the legislature and passed to appoint one j. A Cummins agent to Settle ii three per cent fund account and providing that for h to services As such agent he should to paid fifteen per cent of such sum As might ind due to upon the final adjustment of the account. This Bill gov Wright determined to veto because As sex. by him in the veto message to had prepared Quot the payment to Thi f fifteen per. Cent would be entirely Dis pro a a rationed to the amount of labor performed he contended that was entitled to a credit on the books of the general gov. Quot to the amount of Between one Hun Deil thousand and two Hundred thousand dollars Quot and because in the language of the Eto message Quot an appropriation of $500 would t is believed be amply sufficient to secure the id Estment of this account and it is at All events a Correct principle of Public policy Foi to Pav for the service actually per my no the friends of Thi Bill hearing that this message was in preparation recalled the Bill from the governor and it was suffered to die a natural death upon Thi table of the Senate. For this act or. J. W. Cummins in Thi columns of the e state journal denounced gov Wright in the most abusive and degrading terms of vilification Ever used in pot House brawls or Iho Columna of whig paper declaring that the governor s statement As to the sum due , and the consequent amount Likely to be 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 veto was induced not by any regard the governor bad for the welfare of the Sute but by he dislike for some of Cummins s neigh bars. All this abuse the journal not Only tac Illy endorsed but sought to induce Cummins to continue by tendering to him the unlimited use of its columns for that purpose. Our will see that notwithstanding the abuse heaped upon him by and Ita Confederate Cummins has been fully sustained by the facts. The. Sum due does amount to Over $100, 000 the amount Cummins would have received had the Bill passed would have exceeded $15,000, and for Only a few Dayi the expense has been less than $500 this one act alone the governor has s Neaily $15,000�?almost enough to pay Tho 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 . Such a course on the part of the enemies of gov. Wright cannot injure him a they Are merely imbedding themselves deeper in the Tho Public can see and appreciate the motives of such malignant demagogues and every assault Thev make Only places the governor higher in the esteem and affections of Tho of the revision of fund account up to the Slot december 1845, a us it a ild al incl Natl a Quot ill Quot a a Indiana lands hold at a Lucerne it Decembri which a and Lac tie tromly How Rcd during the Yeal iii in of the cd rid Rii s Chi Yel n,602 a a t�08s� 1 accrued Duril i Chr 1 accrued a Riog the s91,390 9820.50 .17 35 leaving a balance dui or. I Lii Tor the bustling streets and crowded docks one of new York in Many resp not a handsome City. It is situated of 1, but a few feet above the Laki out like a , Bright minor country Back of Tho City for i iame character Flat level and c but All thai decision of the p. O. A relative to postage following correspondence will fully explain itself Cle Telash 0., sept. 10,185s, hos. S. E. A Odbie or shall we recognize half of a to tile cent stomp As Jii cents one fourth As thru cents or any other fraction of any stamp in proportion to its a we Are in the constant receipt of letters i pre paid by halves of Tielve cent Stamps which have passed unmolested through san fran a a a a Cisco and new York. A a i please instruct us and oblige Youra &c., a w. Gray p. My 0, depart Jieke 1st Ditis ios office september 12,1853. I Sib i am directed to inform Vou in an Quot Ishwer to your letter of the 10th inst., that 1.350 co i halves or other fractional parts of postage Stamps iveing unknown to the Law cannot be jail 13 permitted to be used in pre payment of Post age a Quot al Quot a Quot i the act of Congress empowered Tho Post Ai. To tie general and him Only to provide and i furnish postage Stamps of the denomination a a m Uaine three cents and of such other denominations As he might deem expedient. In Pur a \ stance of Tho authority thus vested in him 47 099 5.-1 he did postage Stamps of Tho Denom re a nations of one three and twelve cents no a others having been by Bim deemed expedient or necessary. The requirement of the Law having been i fulfilled in this respect by the Only person Bini a -11 authorized to execute it it follows therefore i that the attempt to create other Deomina a tons by Untung postage Stamps into fractional parts is an illegal Assumption and that t uie sent libel no. 3.1 the Legal value of Tho Stamps to Cut is thereiii., sept. 14, 1853. I by destroyed. S is a Irr cat cite its respectfully your of t servant is Ereat cite. s. R. Hobbie 1st ass t p. A general ,1, a. Gray Esq., a m. At Cleveland Oga county Ohio s it is 1 level which backs Chicago More this City fancy. It has if the Lake i the part Marble but the principal Manv of the Brick Are in most of the by of elegant White material Brick brought from Milwaukee and Are v when Folly burned they Are of a Rii color somewhat resembling the col or it will be seen by Tho following that f. M. Finch Esq., of Franklin declines being a candidate for judge in this circuit i Feas Klis sept. 20, 1853. Quot a Quot a j Niton Sentinel As i have been Frond what is quintly spoken to to become a candidate for 1 in its in Iho president judgeship in this circuit to be i filled at Tho approaching october election Quot a a Quot idling i to Sav through your a substantial that in no possible contingency will i of erection i allow my name used As a candidate for that several Are office. Quot f. M. Finch. Of the Bates to and the Variot must always m Trade and Busi Rich productive try. Properly think than the will justify. It is said Tom the poorest Dis 3 painted. Tho 111 i railroads terminating Here Ike it a great depot for Tho less of an immense tract of and highly cultivated coun is High but not higher 1 future probe Emily of the City the railroads always run Over for the credit of for route of Thi wintry. 1 Hope this or and Lake coun Michigan Central Railroad v so or these mountie dred votes. A my productive country could not Holp hit j Oiin Proa they certain n of Quot what is it of Michigan City. It r counties could not poll on a More Barren dreary i and by red to a Odd in Dat or Swindin a land fold at fori Vlayn Blind read at u Pone n afgrfefte.,., deduct re payment on to Aury dealt on Lande pm boat fold in or act 1 january 18<5from 1 ,-jilne.ls4 ditto from it. Jul to december 18� amount paid for advert 2j10,s 9.993�. 3.cu1,4 Ling that try bad Impre v cannot Foi r seen i ers on this in of Indi a favourable 1 beauties or abolitionism a miss Lucy Stone in the course of her remarks on the occasion of the meeting of Tho now Torii anti slavery society on sunday last gave it to once to the following sentiments Quot we moan to have a new Northern Republic we go for Tho abolition of slavery or the dissolution of Tho Union Tho South must abolish slavery or stand alone. The Union most be dissolved or slavery abolished Quot a a. S Tho religion in fed and helped i latter gave Bim i tyrannical i inclining towards contend that the Wise Natter what som it rare. The Fot i shall leave to Morrow for Dixon to other Points in Tho Rock River country an a ill write again John White or. Steuben Noble con. Kosciusko Whitley c Adams co Wous Cou Carrol Cou Cass count Fulton cot marshal c Starke con r Umili it no ibis to to Atli a per Frei Cember 18s9, per . Careol the Tiea Aury sled with Repon no -. Dated 7lh to. Venital ism. Altio p r Bej Lite a Pettio. Cate filed a Ith report no. Died 2sih april 1831, ii rant no <�11, per Lia. Inter a Cerim Cate Ului Lep,.tt a a. Van Tai to ask. Dated april 5th.-Lffle, a a amp ant kd.3, died May 30th, ism. Warrant. To. S0<9, dated june 111,is�, variant no 3197, dated Auguil s5 a 183�. Van ant to 4150, dated oct. Slat 1830 of variant no 47bl. Died feb. ,-lsj7, �?z., no. 5518, dated warrant no 8371, dated ��.1� a 1838. Warrant no Eie dated March am 1839,. Warrant no. Dated mar so a 18�,. Warrant. To. >400, died not itch 114., t plot eed. 01 land4 old u,s�0 do 8,019 83 i-�.i187 m a 03 07 8,1ts� 11,933 u 9,l�0 3 14,11� 15 i3,0�5 a cd us 15.k0 31.100. Six Flo 84,300 13, i3,�0 lt.l>00 la in to a m 4,81� is 3,497 23 1 the Ihu Tny la a Mia to appointments or the of it jello superintendent will visit the Northern counties of and meet and address at Tho court House of each county at one o clock p. A the township trustees and other friends of free schools on the Days following Miami county wednesday sell 28th, Wabash county thursday sept 29th, Huntington county Friday sept 30th, Allen county saturday october 1st. Dekalb county monday oct 3j, unto tuesday oct 4th, county wednesday oct 5th, ity Quot thursday oct 6th, county Friday oct 7th, inny saturday oct. 8lh, qty monday oct 10th, to tuesday oct 11th. Ity tuesday oct Isth. Wednesday ocl 19th, qty thursday oct 20th, Anty Friday oct 21st, ity saturday oct 22d, Pulaski county monday oct. 24th, White county tuesday oct. 25th. Jasper county wednesday oct 26th, Benton county thursday oct 27th, Baxted a we learn that judge Mclean last week after full argument granted an injunction in favor of Tho Columbus Alqua and Indiana company restraining Tho Indianapolis and Bellfontaine company from widening the track of their Road to the Ohio Guage Tho injunction we learn was granted upon the contract which was made by president Smith and approved by the unanimous vote of All the directors and entered upon the record known As the first contract for through freight cars to run Between Columbus and Indianapolis Tho judge being Clear that the contract required the same Guage of tract to enable the through cars to run Over both roads and As Tho Ohio Road was of the Indiana 4 feet 8>i Inch Guage the Indiana Road could not be changed to the Ohio Guage of 4 feet 16 inches As was being done by the Indianapolis and Bellefontaine Cincinnati i no hirer 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 Tho grata Market is As great As it was in 1846 and 1847, and the prices Are continually advancing. Stock on hand Small and no Sellers but a Large Busi Neas is done in cargoes of wheat under Way from Tho Baltic at prices from 14 to 15 guilders. The demand for wheat for exportation particularly to France where the crops Are represented to be lighter and Tho Stock smaller than in 1846, is very great. Judicial m gratified to learn that Hon. Thomas a Walpole received Tho nomination for circuit judge from a democratic cd mention which met at Indianapolis on saturday last. Or a possess be the talents and Legal acquirement to make a excellent judge. As a presiding officer he has no Superior and on the Bench we doubt not to will be prompt and efficient. Hope he will he elected i a Ca Irmi it Fenlan. Hile up to the Hood hounds of persons entertaining View abolitionism and yet who carrying out of those affect the stability or perpetuity of the Ugloi. Mav learn a valuable lesson from the perusal of the above Choice extracts. Thev May learn that Tho legitimate and Ino Vitalo effect of the doctrines which they have espoused if carried out to their full extent would be the of Tho fraternal ties which now unite the members of our great confederacy they May Leam that in its March towards the t seeks to accomplish Tho fell spirit of ism would throw Down and trample under foot every institution no matter How High and holy its character which might to i found As an obstruction to its Advance and if the end at which it is aiming should Cvar to attained which heaven forfend it would gaze with demoniacal rapture upon the devastation and ruin which had attended its . This is a matter deserving of grave consideration and should be Well Jio dared by All who in Spito of tendencies of an abolition character yet love their country Revere its institutions and have Faith in the religion of their Ivy press. Hit him Oais the n. Y. Tribune is a conduit for the vilest filth and slander that can to gathered from the stows of the country. It is a disgrace to Tho City of new ,.and it is a wonder that any decent Man will admit such a Sheet into his family or even read it i himself he would study the degree of hypocrisy and falsehood to which a professed Quot reformer Quot Mav descend. I Tho following extract from hat Sheet wit the comments of the n. Y. Express another whig paper speak for themselves Quot the president is fond of display and is i rather foppish in his tastes and style of dress. For instance to has his hair oiled and buried after the fashion of n. P. Willis and frequently receives visitors in the morning in an embroidered tunic or Semi Robe do Chambre such As Are worn by Tho 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 the writer is to make a Little capital for Tho whig party he Trust Boas uninformed of the feelings of Tho american people no matter what their political affinities Asho is of the commonest rules of Ordinary decency. This correspondent however does but follow the example that was set him by another of the Tribune s correspondents who it will be remembered tit in print sundry disgraceful allegations respecting the personal habit of or. Pierce at Home one of the chief of which was frequent intoxication. The Tribune having been compelled to editorially explain in that Case one would think would have Learned Era now to exclude from its columns these scurrilous emanations which Tho democratic press till at once charge to the account of the whig party and in one time employ it with effect to its disadvantage. For our own part we enter a protest against any such dishonourable tactics. It is not a whig principles it cannot help the whig party to insult that portion of the american people who cast their votes for the present incumbent of the presidential chair by telling them that Thoy have chosen a chief magistrate from the stews Quot of Quot 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 crop in this country Are extraordinary so that we can Supply provisions to an Afi Sost unlimited amount and with such a Scarcity in Europe prices will Rule High notwithstanding the abundance Here. This a ill be a greatly to the Benefit of but their Prosperity will he counterbalanced by a vast Deal of suffering and distress in the old country. Should War occur in Europe to add to the Public Calam Lues the season will be a disastrous one to the wealth of Europe. It might however be better for the there is property plenty to support the population of the old countries if it were distributed. War leads to distribution. There will to More employment and therefore better wages. This however . A soon As the War is Over tarts come and. The labor of the toiling minions has to pay for Tho sport of Kings. It is to to hoped Thoy will see to it if War Doea com that there will be no tyrants left at the end of the ight to Ai Dino Crit

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