Logansport Canal Telegraph in Logansport, Indiana
1 Feb 1834

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1 Feb 1834

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Logansport Canal Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 1, 1834, Logansport, Indiana Telegraph. Saturday fell. I i8s4. My ritzy to adhi he can claim so few adherents wa., i a in iii repeat n Circum stance totally unlocked tor that Martin Van Bur Encan never receive the Sil port of the Are Erin of the in Rel is is certain As there is patriotism in the land. The Stab he gave our free of should any of our Touti sub san Jim tip ii by his grovelling Poncy of Bari riot receive their papers Reg whirly Rosc 7�ifon, and the Sion n hic hour a by leaving information at Elliis Luis Susla tied by his Nii Sion they will be attended to we Ivea Newt a England will cast Ashade on the name a j to 11., of Aji iii Rich that will Long be Mem Carrier and he May probably neg Eccl a who this equal iii is i do not pretend Cass ii Cut court april term a. D. 183�. Some we have receive direct frock Indian for Michigan Road commit Liotier. Or it we. Polk the inner commissioner to so a but that or. Van Kiiren has some aved from a gentleman Lianopolis the to for example Lafayette Liidi Anapolis &c., and if 1 should venture an opinion 1 might probably not Civ cd Quot a majority of forty four votes to include a qual. 2/7, among tiie number Over his i ii est competitor. A., ,1 t i agree with qua Fly that the Indi George Oliver and Sami Iol Bell is. Peter Anderson. Notice is hereby Given to the defendant in the above entitled cause that upon the oath of John w. Ujj Rig lit Tutor Ney for the plaintiffs a writ of attachment issued from the Cass circuit court and if the above defendant fa51s to appear and defend the same will be heard and determined in his absence at the next term of said court. J. B. Duret Elk. Wright atly. For Palfi. Logansport Jan. 29, a. D. 1834. 5�?4w. Over a us in Griesi competitor the votes stood Ihus we. Polke Isaac plough Joseph Campbell scattering 6g 22 9 6 or. Tipton a Solu fion in the Senate of the United slates directing the committee on Commerce to inquire into the expediency of an a. Vidu Ai who aspires to Elliis important office must support he great principles of civil and religious Liberty Quot but that Martin Van Buren is an advocate of the a we cannot believe tin less stronger reasons Are Given Tolian Bure assertion. \ proscribing an , for the free exercise of his political taken up my Joseph Hohnan living in i township county . One stray Bay horse 14 1-2 hands High supposed to be six years old last Spring a Star and snip in the face both Hind feet White above the pasture joint the left fore foot White the Tail timed but not Chort two Saddle John Scott a i we. 3. Barn. To but rms. Lyle us Nied Cou itch uoti a a h ask now in pm Ess and will pub fat i Lisle carry in to lib i Rini al Turc the Franklin printing a. Opinions because he will not Marlof a Small White spot in each Hank the acts of a party right or Pirrong con no other Marks or brands perceivable statutes a supporter of Quot civil and Reli Propri tion for erecting a Lilit Honse pious Liberty Quot then or. Van Buren is at Michigan City on Lake Michigan in the state of Indiana and of establishing a port of delivery at that place. Or. Hendricks introduced a rei Olu tion in the Senate directing the committee on pensions be instructed to in. Quire into the pipe Disney of placing on the pension list applicants who shall is Able to prove three months service in the revolutionary agreeably to the requisitions of the Law of 1032. Appraised to .�30 by Andrew Marquis and James Petty. A True copy from my Estravo it ook. We. M. Reyburn j. P. Jan. 3 1, 1034. 5�?3\v. A supporter of those principles to an eminent degree. But As i cannot subs iils to this doctrine 1 do not Only consider this policy of my tir Van Buren opposed to civil Liberty but View if Asho most powerful weapon that can a to Stehly be used to destroy every vis Tnge of Vilior to in our country lis sinking i Csc film of 1. Johnison nearly of it in Obj Ste the store Blaiine to the dark Davs of Popili Bigoff a a tend to All and Span ii i Inqui Hion is too Giar Virgi Quot Quot Quot a to Lai care with Diligence not to convince every a checking w. Wka edit. Attorney at Law. Removed his office to the Wiite House an politics for the use of schools. Also an improved edition of scots topographical map a Indiana. Logansport Jan. 25, 1834.a card the partnership heretofore existing Between John Vav. Wright Esq myself in the practice of the jaw being it solved by to usual consent 1 will As usual be at Alt times ready o attend to Tjie duties of my Rofes Sion. Oise As heretofore fronting my a Quot citing on Mai Ket Street opposite to the Ina of or. K. I Olke. Vav. Ewing. Logansport Jan 1834, n. B. Persons wis ii a to leave claims with me for collection at any time during my temporary absence can do polite thera with messes. Ewing Walker amp co. Who will receipt for them in my name Job. He has for Sale hand hot nth Bury and icamae presses. Air climates of All sizes composing Sticks Brau rules Gale lips Copper Moulds inking Rohon it amp a. Amp a. All of Ali iii he intends to Ket a a a Mccrai As a Ortmei ii for the a commod of tie Cruz. Iii establish mint is on the the Corsar of Elm and eight i streets Sam is Dick Iksoo. Cincinnati nov. 30, ia33. All printers who will copy the Agio a a advertisement months will be allowed the Nso al rate of pay Many of to above articles. Jan. 21, 1834. 4-3mdissolution of co part Biship. The co partnership heretofore existing under the a pm of Job b. Eldridge and Peter Anderson is this Day dissolved by Mutual consent. All persons indebted to said firm by notes or Book accounts Are requested to make immediate payment to Job b. Eldidge who is hereby authorized to Settle the same. Job b eld Fdge pet air Anderson. Logansport Jan 20th 1834. 4�? the Bank Bill has passed both Branch is of the legislature and Only requires the signature of the governor a Law. The vote on it final the Senate stood thus yeast messes. Battell Chambers that if this policy is suffered to prevail it must ultimately destroy his . You have too much stake at this a time not to select i a for this office whose avowed am pcs Patch to it a sport .fan.s�th, 1s34. T. A Hwai Polk at let. Attend to All business entrusted to care in tiie circuit and inferior i a Ltd t j a a 1 attend to All business entrusted to a Bumch a a nov requires of a avowed principle in the circuit and inferior. 1 certify this to be a. A have always been to support the Xvi tvs Conns of Marion and adjoining Given under my hand. A a cig aus a or Sci of his country and Jorice on the so it with Side of Washington Street of al passage i a is a Nusl serve to Coro berate the few doors East of in amp d. Bate store. Yeota if taken up by Casper orb living in Carroll county Burlington township state of Ludiana _ one Bay Mare fourteen hand High supposed to be thirteen or fourteen years old Blind in the right Eye the left Hind foot White and a Small Star on Herfor Bead appraised to fourteen dollars by Tobert Erwin and Robert Brown. 1 certify this to be a True copy As returned a strays. Taken up by Charles Oster Hante Caf Lellow Kiver 00 the Michigan Quad in Portage township st Joseph county Lud. Two stray neat footed cattle. The one 3 k Hort tailed red cow with a Star on , marked with a slope off the upor Side of her right Horn droops sup posed Tojo eight or nine years old. And Llic other a he supposed to be two years old last Spring marked with a full crop off the left ear and a Quot a Slit in and an upper bit taken out of the , has a White list along her Back with who a along her belly and red sides of other my Quot a a per Chiw Able about said cattle. A d cow is appraised at seven dollars and appraised at nine dollars by Peter Jon �00 i Homas Skilli certify the above to be a True copy i oni my a stray Book. Given under my hand and fial this 11 to Day of Jan y a. D. Or to. J. P. Intr i j. P. Jan a 18th�?3 3t. Malon Shinn j p principles avowed one Olio Lias been med and Ever Clark Collett Cullen Dumont far. Found faithful to the Best interest of his ,Feeny, Hanna Hendricks Hil a Quot land i Ilia a Etc cd Philant drop st col. Indianapolis Jan. 9 1s34. Job b. Sly a Ridge a8 just received from Phil lis Hoover Long Maslin Loh Soin of Ken it old stand on Bridge i the country now rests their Hopes. List of Emain ining in the Post Oitice at Logansport. Cass co. Lnda a on the it Day iof january 1834 which if not taking out Adel Pilla and is now j within three months will be sent to the uen eral Post office As read letters. R Morrison Paine of f., and Tannehill-1 so a a Kihe Man on whom the democracy a surf a very Sale Diu Assort nays messes. Beard daily Embree a al Griffith Leviston a Morgan pay Neof ii., Sig ici Thompson Vallace and Whit-comb�?11. In the House of representatives yeast messes. Angle Bradbury dra. By Bra Movell Brownf l., Brown oft., Clark Colerick Davenport Davis de Pauw Dorsey Dunn Dunning English Evans Fairman Fields Foiter Fowler Gookins guard Mon Hughes Huntington Jones Keno Kiser m Beani Monroe , Nichols Parker Pearson Smith ofk., Smith of r., Snapp state Ford Stanford Stuart Thornberry ment or in him we have Ever found an Able fax Ila lil in tzar and firm a locale a or civil and religion Fth Tel i pc is Liberty peace and in his aim a is has bul abi3 Rountry s glory. Ashen a j purchased from the late arrivals and in reign fio i Wadedo Arstil Anatlie count no West fashions. As these goods try Cailil o i her sons to Ecipio i he were selected with unusual care and Foremost to Lay his some Bare in her defence. In Hen sectarian enthusiasts connived to destroy our religious Liberty by a connection of Church and state he found a to at his Post and proved to be in the Halls of Congress what he had before been in the Field. As a philanthropist and a Friend to the rights of Man he has always been conspicuous. His exertions to abolish imprison meet for debt will secure to him the esteem from thi Quot. Latest importations and As a Good Many articles Are considerable reduced in 1 1 ice he is induced to sell As Low As can be bought in the Western Market. Persons wishing to buy Are solicited to Call and examine for themselves. Logansport Jan. I9th is34 Yance Vyt Allace Williams woodruff.,. ,. R n 11 a i to it e a it v. Admiration of the virtuous in every Bright of p., Wight of p.&d.,- cum and Palmer speaker�?49. Nays messes. Baber Beem Ber Nett bigger Brackenridge Carter Craig Edwards Ferguson Hardesty Hargrove a Lowel Kilgore Lesnicy Leve Worth Mcdonald Noble Reid Smith of f., Steele Thompson Van Deveer Willett and wilson�?24. In the Senate the canal Bill engrossed for a third Reading the to e stood ayes 21�?nays 8. This Bill provides a loan of .$400,000. S similar Bill is in Progress in the House of representatives. Miss Rachel sugars of Park county in this state on the 7th ult. Committed suicide. She suspended by the neck to a Joist with a skein of thread she raided alone and attained the age of sixty three. There have been no conjectures which led to the fatal Contas Tropie. Sunday mail reports will a Ninio a Wreath around the name of Johnson that will i loom Wiiilie Liberty a males the hearts of Freman. It is gratify big that the Liberal of every party have United in giving him their support and his great popularity among tile citizens of the West is placed on too firm a basis to be shaken by the machinations o any political Comlin nation. A Holcli Flom the West taken up. E the Fujier signed being called upon to describe and appraise a certain cow taken up by Thos. Vav. Sale do certify Itiat we believe her to be about eight years old red and while Colour marked with a smooth crop of flee left car and a Slit in the rights wort i about we Leo dollars we. D. Joses. Devny Butler. The above is a True transcript from my docket. William o. Ross. . Dec. 3d 1833. H. Uliss Grove Boughard John b Chapman vim. Ouin Mingsu George Clymer we. A Avidson Harry Dyer Hen. Enyart we. Each right or John Case we. Fix John Gray Robert 4rny iii eit Hamilton Saml. Hanna John m. Hall James Hensley 2 Harvey Heth Benj. Hurst John Hinton Westley Johnson Jno. Jones George Jackson we. Lewis Jacob g. Lebo Oliver Lockwood James b. Lintz. Geni George i Ugar j. B. Linton Saml. N. Linton Isaac Lee Gen. We. Marshall 3 Thos. Martin win. M Cune Jas. U. Mendenball we. Moore Barne ybas m a aug j. K place i Charles Polke Luthar Ilice John Roberts Sabree Lafferty we. Reeves Isamli. Russell Abraham Reed John Chi pie luit Simonton s Amasa c. Straight George John 8mith Send. Isaac Simons we. A Steele j. Joseph s Steele John Salmon Lemuel or Stephcn Tain Kachel Thoma Andrew mite Walter Wilson 3 Robert Wilson Samuel Ward or. Ward or. . Williams John Vicker Irwin Vanderveer c. Carter M. Exhibit or Tazewell of Virginia has been cd Cid governor of that state Over or. Quot Walls i highest opponent by a majority of thirty Tivo. Or. Tazewell from the lid Jack a . A Xander Porter iras been elected state Bank. The Hill Esth Bliaying a slate Bank needs Only the signature of the governor to be a Law of the land. A committee of free eon Urence w As appointed on the part of both houses on thursday to take into consideration the subject matter of disagreement Between the two houses. On yesterday the committees reported to their respective House their agreement to the following Mode of election Viz each House to vote separately by ballot three times and if they shall not then have agreed to come together and vote by joint ballot the Senate agreed to the report of the committee but the House refused after considerable debate by a vote of 30 to 44. In the afternoon however a motion made to con Sid it the vote on concurring in the port of the committee which prevailed yeas 39, a s23. Tiie question v. S. Seii Rotor of the state of Louisiana in taken on concurring in fhe by a majority of two Over Gen. Joseph report of the committee of free conf or. A o m Mil i c a t a a of. For Tete graph or. A Lilor the communication signed Hequn Hij in your last week s paper supporting Martin Van Buren for the next presidency appeared rather unexpectedly to most of your readers. \ Sny iinexpected-1/ because bringing this individual for a itt this Eily period and in Acom ence and determined in the affirmative by a vote of4l to 31. An election for president and directors of the state Bank will we suppose be held some time next Weet. For president Sam a Merrill of this place and John Sekiko of Madison Are the Only candidates that we know of. For directors u number of gentlemen Are candidate Bat As we cannot give the names of All we will not give the names of a n a of nil and Jour nah i of the receipts and expenditures of Cass county from november 5th, a. D. 1832, to the 3rd, Day of november 1833, inclusive. Rece ots at the Treasury. To amount received past year from store tavern Gre a very and show licenses it Quot amount received of Geo. Werrick collector for 1833 exclusive of collectors percentage and Decinque list j $128 71 48913 . For grand and traverse jurors Quot county cow missioners supervisors Road viewers and Chain carriers. Associate judges overseers of the poor making 3 election boxes fuel for county coins missioners court printing list of Cana lands sheriff and clerk for extra services Bailiff s to grand jurors and court work done at clerk s office county agent sheriff for taking 2 prisoners to Carroll county $88&Quot balance in Treasury november 3rdt 1835. 96 06 Samue Ward Daniel Neff com is. , Miler Atis. B. Duret clerk. I a ii to a i $617 84 $114 691-2 47 88 61 931-2 43 87 1100 3 00 100 24 00 .10 00 162 50 19 00 2 121-2 4 121-2 15 75 Okee Bank 9 lib Aliy containing in the cheapest possible form a republication of new and stand Ard works voyages travels history ii Igor it Why select memoirs popular Sci enee. Personal Advey blurts tales of unix Topinio Nahle moral bearing and Ops Orrei Yoenis. It is published weekly if Tutun Bers of 48 Octavo pages each at annul in Advance and contains matter equal to 208 pages More than any other periodical in America at the Fame pried. The following works have been already republished in the a Library Quot Viz volume 1.�?1. Tiie life and trials of Henry Pestalozzi wit i Copi Oiin extract from his ,stlu8trative of he plan of education by e. Biber pm. Or. �?2. History of Peter the great with a Preti Muary sketch of the history and statistics of Russia by iii eneral Jouni Phiilip de segiir.�?3. So Tel of a journey through France and Italy by Vav. Hattit. �?4 the last essays of Klio by Charley lamo.�?5. Be wounded spirit a tale of life by d m. Moir.�?6. The life of Jarl Theodor Kurner the German Warrior poet by his father.�?7, martial and miscellany eur poems of xoern�r.�?8. To Jmar s prose tales.�?9� Tours in upper India and to e Himalaya Oudt Ains amp. By major Archer. �?10, the game of life by Litch Ritchie. �?11. The Young poet a fragment of a Tobing Rapiny from j ales of Field and flood by John malcolm.�?12. He4ea Waters from the same��?13. The Brothers from the same.�?14i the i Vai Liy the author of Reed collections of the peninsula.�?15. Anecdote cd of painters. Volume il�?1. Critical see Tehes of the character and Genius of Iscott and byron.�?2 journal of an officer employed in the expedition under the command of Captain Owen on the Western coast Ofafrica--3. I Siote of a tour in albania.�?4. Biographical Anil critical sketches of sir Jas. Mackintosh and lord brougham.�?5. Service afloat come prising the personal narrative of a British naval officer.�?6. Oce Andes or Marine lyrics by mrs Fletcher late miss Jewsbury a 7. Sketch of the Geo us and Cigar actor of Vav ods Worth with selections from his lyrical ballads.�?8. Nine months residence in Neir zealand.�?9 the life of Mahomet from tie Library of useful knowledge.�?10. History of the ottoman or turkish Empire by eds Ward a Plum Esq. M. R. A. S.1l i he Tyroler by the author of Quot recollections of the peninsula."�?12. Domestic manners to the West indies by mrs. Carmichael five years a resident to the islands >-13. The life and character of William Wilberforce. �?14. Men and things times to lire in Odd Fellows and blessings of Biog. Ralhf. The London editions of the above works pub shed in More than thirty volumes Cost the publishers about eighty dollars and have been afforded to subscribers at the Amax singly reduced Price of two dollars Firth cents 1 exclusive of postage. The periodical Library will consist of four volumes in the course of the year each volume to make upwards at six Hundred and Twenty pages. N. B. Subscribers Are served in the following places free of postage y vii Boston new Haven ct., or ms., new York Baltimore washing ton d. C., Annapolis Richmond Charleston Savannah and Cincinnati cd subscribers will oblige us mat ii. Ally by making their remittances in n otes of the United states Bank Alica the can possibly do so. The first number with which n the subscription begins Hubli it the on the loth May from which tir be coins let setts can be furnish ii. Address Posi ,&co. ? a 9 Franklin place phyla. Job printing. We Are now prepared to execute in the neatest Manor and on the shortest notice Job printing of every it in Crin tion

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