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Logansport Canal Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 28, 1836, Logansport, Indiana The May 28, 1836. Messes. Ehy a quot quot re authorised to Anas a candidate to re next legislature. Liy citizens. A announce g. W. Represent the coun and Fulton in the state Senate. We Are authorised to announce s. S. Tipton As a candidate to represent Cass a Puppy in the next legislature. We Are authorised to announce h. Lasselle or. Is a candidate to represent the county of Cass in the next legislature. Messes. Editors you to announce John t. Douglass As a candidate to represent the county of ass in the next legislature. Many voters. Messes. Editors i lease announce the name of Gen. Walter Wilson As a candidate to represent the counties of Cass Miami and Fulton in the state Senate. Many Citi exp. Messes. Are Atli Orisca to announce Gillis Mcbean As a Caius us a to represent the counties of Cass Miami and Fulton in the state Senate. Max citizens. Messes. announce g. N. Fitch As a candidate o represent like people of Cass county in the next legislature. citizens. We arc authorised to announce John b. Dillon As a candidate to represent the county of Cass in the next legislature. A Lvi Fulton. We Are authorised to announce Alexander Wilson As a candidate to represent the counties of Miami and Fulton in the next legislature. We Are authorised to announce w. N. Sleod As a candidate to represent the counties of Miami and Fulton in the next legislature. I Torso you Are to an Larno of William m. Reyburn As o represent the counties of Miami ton in the next state Senate. A Here Iff now an enter priming of tits Induni Trioa population of about 2,000 in i Gat sport and about 100 Bouses have been and will be built in West Logan this a for the Tele Gapit. Messes. Editors a the recent publication in the Indianapolis journal of the correspondence Between the canal commissioners and Gen. Tipton has doubtless railed the attention of Many to the matter in dispute Between the parties and As Gen. Tipton is at present in better business than attending to the prefatory remarks and the colouring Given to the correspondence which does not appear to me warranted or called for i must ask the favor of a Small space in your paper briefly to no lice the subject. The Anim diversions which i now Send you suggested themselves to my mind on first Reading the publication alluded to and Trio ugly my hours of health have been so occupied As to delay them some time from the press Uliey May still be apropo in directing the people to further cognizance of the controversy in tiie first place. Gen. Tipton asks As a right that his fences should not be thrown Down and his Fields exposed to utter devastation. The answer a it Folie of the Board was a refusal to comply with , and giving the opinion of the it Council As to the Law regulating the course it a suede a conclusion which 1 think any reflecting Man will dissent from and one Wirich 1 Trust will induce such prompt action from our legislature at its next Sesmon As will preserve us from an Extension of its onerous consequences. Or. Johnson not Only Jusli fios himself in tearing Down fences and exposing to waste the toils of the Fields the Only to e of the Farmer a hut reasons that because a Man May happen to o in an estate or be a Mem Ler of the United states Senate lie has no right to defend his , Friend Johnson in becoming Clia Pion of the Board you must have Begotten the Friendly relations lii at at least ought to exist with another a i City or did you divest yourself of your cuff ii and say quot lie thee there Quaker till 1 chastise the villain quot a and further let me advise you before you again assume such a position to re elect on the imbecility of the one and the hallucination of the other of your roller Guys. In making the foregoing observations let i be understood that they Are not in defence of Gen. Tipton lie Ivilo be Best Able on his return Home to expose the publication of speculators if indeed it should at All require his pen to unmask them. And now messes. Editors for fear of a flagellation i will claim the right of signing myself anonymously Verity sans per. We Jii n6w i�acbe4 this Idoft Cen a hous cd Ranels which leave no doubt of their correctness that of Slot int a Battler was fought near 20 Miles to the eastward of har Risburg Texas Between the Advance corps of the mexican army under the immediate command of their prefix Cut Santa Anna and the texans under their commander in chief Gen. Houston and that it resulted in the entire overthrow of that part of the mexican army a the remaining corps being at or Nipar san Felipe 60 Miles in the rear. The Advance corps consisting of eleven Hundred men were half or nearly half of them killed and the remaining half taken prisoners including the president himself with his staff and most of his principal officers and that he has declared himself ready and willing instantly to acknowledge the Independence of tex our Ltd Lenaries to a teit do we a that within two years from the end of he present session of Congress the govern sent out a the i United state will have lost More than the whole amount secured by the French treaty a of the inability of the pet Banks to return the Deposit ies unless before the end of the session a Law is passed to withdraw the Money from the Banks and distribute it among the states. An As. In a a id Ilion to the above we have conversed with a very respectable gentleman who has just arrived in this lace in the Western District stage. At the moment of his leaving Sommerville he saw or. Lodge a worthy and highly respectable citizen of county who wins direct from Texas within 100 Miles of the Battle ground. Or. Hodge stated with the mexican detachment were taken �50,000 in specie�?2jo doubloons fron it Travis s Saddle a figs Moo stand of arms and 3 Cannon. Santa Anna is said to have been found in a tree after a Chase of some Miles. Houston is reported to have received a wound in the ankle. A letter received at Memphis from a respectable House in new Orleans contains information that Santa Anna and cos had been tried l y a court martial and Slio but As no mention is made of this in Gen. Guides letter it May probably be premature. The editor of the Cincinnati Aveai i administration paper pays the of towing tribute to the integrity and patriotism of Gen. Arrison quot Gen. Harrison we do not Only believe to bean honest nan but we know him to be so lis personal character we esteem and Admire in is open candid and honest in his intentions be is no hypocrite he pretends not to hold principles Wirich he does not approve in order to recommend himself to office he Speaks his mind freely and avowedly. But no one who is the slightest knowledge of the character general Harrison can truly charge upon in mercenary motives. He cares nothing or Money. He never projected any Public measure for the purpose of advancing his pc unitary interest. If he a it proved of or promoted any Public improvement it was for be Benefit of his country not for his removal of the Telegraph has been removed from a. Carter s Brick building to the room adjoining the clerk s office on the North. Cir subscribers who have heretofore received their papers at the Post office will please Call hereafter for the Telegraph at the office in the room adjoining the clerk s office. Texas. The news from Texas published in the tel graph of to Day places the Independence of that country beyond a doubt. A revolution in Mexico must inevitably follow the downfall of Santa Anna. Deaths. Gen. Simon Kenton whose history is interwoven with the Early settlement of the West died at his residence in Logan county Ohio on the 29th of april 1836, aged about eighty two years. The Hon. James h. Peck judge of the United states District court for the District of Missouri died at st. Charles on the 29th ult. After a lingering illness. amp West Logan. The National intelligencer of the Lith inst. Contains an advertisement of a great Sale of a quot we Semi to Avn rip quot in the a own of West Logan adjoining Logansport Indian. We copy from the advertisement a paragraph which describes the situation and advantages of to port. A Logansport is situated at the Junction of the Wabash and eel Rivers and is the t county seat of Cass county Indiana. The Wabash and Erie canal uniting Lake Erie with the Wabash of iii and Mississippi Rivers ass s thro the Centre of this town forming a Basin in West Louan two Hundred meet wide. This canal affords the utmost facility for Enid rang the Montreal new York Pii Ladelphia District of Columbia and new Orleans Marke s. The Wabash and eel Rivers Are remark al by streams and have forty feet fall within a mile and a half of their Junction of from the new Orleans Bee of May 3. Glorious news. Important fit of a has revolved the spokes in her it she Els and now sides with a gentleman arrived from Atta Kapas in this state and he asserts that two persons had been at st. Martinsville immediately before his departure who stated As a positive fact within their own cognizance that an engagement had taken place Between part of the texan and mexican Arm. The Atter had been separated in two bodies divided by the brasses whose sudden Rise prevented their Junction. The larger body consisting of about 1400 men who being attacked by general Houston set fire to the town of Ilar Risburg and retreated but Houston succeeded in overtaking them about 7 Miles from the place compelled them to a pitched Battle in which 700 of the mexicans were killed and 500 taken prisoners among whom was cos whose parole will serve him on this occasion the enemy was completely routed and the loss of the texans was very inconsiderable. General Houston immediately marched in Pursuit of the other body and May have equally captured them but this is not yet ascertained. Writing the above we heard it stated As if on Good Auto Jority that general Houston held a Council of War on the Fate of the prisoners and Santa Anna and All the officers had been shot the privates were sent to mat Nioras. It was also stated that Gen. Gaines had written a private letter o tins account but we did not see can be no Doul t however that Houston has conquered and that the mexican army is prostrated. The Day of retribution has at length from the american of this morning. Texas. Colonel a. Huston of the Texas army has arrived by tie Cas Ian and reports the follow ing oth Cial list of the prisoners and the killed jul wounded in the late glorious Battle Santa Anna had offered the following terms which Alt Tough not officially confirmed is Suji ported by a great Numier of private letters from officers of the army. To acknowledge the Independence of Texas pay the expenses of the War order his army to la Down their arms and remain a hostage until the treaty was fulfilled. N. B. General Houston has Given orders that in Case any indications Ofa hostile nature were manifested by tiie mexicans immediate a to execute Santa Anna and All the others. Killed general Castrillon. Cols. Batres Mora Trevino Don Jose Maria Romero la col. Manuel a Wiirre Castillo Gen. Cos and Many others supposed to be killed but not yet Kunii. Prisoners Gen. Antonio Lopez de san a a Anna cols. Almonte Aid de Camp cascades of Guerrero battalion Bringas Aid to Anna porn flip de la Pedreguera do do. Do. Nunez do. Do. Do., Valiente it. Cols. Felip it Romero wound Valiente Don Pedro Del Gar do Fernando unit Mug Lea Don Ramon curo or. Sec. To Santa Anna 5 captains and 12 lieutenants. Rail roads is. Superior advantages of canals Over rail roads As Channel of Coninie ice Are exemplified in tiie following paragraph from the Baltimore the Chesapeake and Ohio canal and the Baltimore and Ohio Kail Road it is Fulper to premise run Side by Side for some distance at the present Western termination of the latter. Quot the Chesapeake and Ohio canal to Angl Only partially in operation is already the Chan nel for a Large Trade of which Baltimore by her proximity should have a share. Bulky articles a Noi be Ira riffed from a canal to a rail Ron i Heij the former leads even to a is tempting Market and until we get a Cross Cut to the Potomac either at the terminus of the canal in the District of Columbia or at some Point higher up we Sigall see the town of the District take far More than their por tion of the Trade of the Potomac Lebanon Star. Come and Texas is Liee. learn by a gentleman direct from the City of Mexico that the death of Gen. Barregar president pro. Tem. Had of Camond great confusion at the Capitol. All was anarchy and uproar. Riots and murders were Conn nou in the streets. The swedish Consul s House was robbed and himself murdered a priest headed the mob who perpetrated the deed. Santa Anna had not yet left the army on the 15th of april hut it is thought he would hasten to the Capitol on hear ii if of the state of Aff iii a there. The lil Era parly was secretly engaged in exciting a revolutionary movement and were exp cited daily to break into hostilities. The less wary did not hesitate openly to denounce Santa Anna and his cin. Eve. Post. Michigan Road the great thoroughfare through the Centre of the state from the Ohio River to Michigan City on Lake Michigan passes thro the Centre of this town said canal Ai right angles Bridges Are now being built across the a a Well As an Aqueduct across ��1 River passage of the canal. From lir Nai Hville Tanner Exira of Mav 13. News rendered certain. By the Memphis mail this moment arrive gov. Cannon has received a letter from Gen Gaines confirming the capture of Santa Anna and his advanced corps. Through the politeness of governor Cannon we Are permitted to make the following extract a had to aureus Wester depart mint Camp Sabine 28th april 1836. 5 sir 1 have the Honor to state that reports from the Cleveland Herald of the 2d instant. Lake navigation there have been two or three arrivals from by Italo. The steam boat new York which was the first entered Wiir Harbor saturday evening the w. F. P. Taylor we believe was the first boat that cleared the Buffalo har jor this season. She loft on wednesday for Dunkirk. The navigation of the lower part of the Lake contrary to All calculation is resumed at least one or two weeks earlier than lad been anticipated. Last year and Man of the previous years the difference in the time of the opening of the navigation at thi port and Buffalo was much greater. The first i oat sailed from this port on the 13th and thu first from but Fulo on the 27th�?making, thi season just two we elis difference. The i Bor at Buffalo has been closed not infrequent by six weeks after the navigation has been resumed it Liis port. We cannot but congratulate the citizens of Buffalo therefore upon the favourable effect which this circumstance is calculated to produce. Last year there had been several arrivals from new York by Way of the Welland canal before the Harbor of Buffalo was opened. This season the Erie canal route will have the advantage. Although several vessels have sailed for Oswego there has As yet we believe been no arrivals from that port. Some however Are daily expected. In. Tribute to or. Clay. A correspondent to the new York daily advertiser thus writes irom the Capitol at Washington quot i went Down the Steps again. There leaning against the Wall was a Sailor with Tarpo he asked if Clay was going to speak gave him tie affirmative answer. Then til Here and see him go before i go into the al levies. 1 was struck with the tribute of admiration it spoke into the very voice of Fame quot to proved that the reputation four orator had been mentioned in Praise among the marines on the deck it was indeed cheering and 1 Lope that Clay himself will know this fact or while the Beauty of this to pronged City vere crowding tiie galleries while men of All arties had Ned the Hall there by himself watchful As in a storm stood the patient Sailor to catch a look at that illustrious quot Here was a picture in the scene which won upon me and stripped of All other occasions quot Ornon Eother it had save the occasion and be place was peculiarly interesting. 1 saw be same Sailor afterwards in the Rotunda after the Speed and he told me to at quot Taly was be greatest Man except Washington in the United Greenwood Johnson c on the 19th inst., by Rev. Jan Todd tho v a a def Lexi Niton ky., and daughter of Thomi Duke Esq. Of Texas. A a at the same time and place by the Sam gentleman Jonathan a. Liston eff of out quot Bend to miss l. Todd Daughe ter of Levi l. Todd Esq. Late of Lexington Kentucky. Sherifi Gale. By virtue of two executions from Thuc Allie circuit court to me directed i will on monday the 2 the Day of june next at the Cour hous door in the town of fort Wayne state of in Diana offer for Sale the rents and profits of the South East Quarter of the North West Quarter of Section no. 5 of township no. 32 North of Range no. 9 East containing More or less. The East Hal of the Lioti Otist Quarter of Section no. 5, of township no. 33 of Range no. 9 East containing 8 it acres More or less. The North West Quarter of the South West Quarter o Section no. 5, in Tom a ship no. North of Range no. 9 East containing 40 acres More or less and the a ult East Hal of the North West Quarter of Section to 9, of township no 33, North of Range 9 East containing 40 acres and should the rents and profits not being enough to satisfy said executions i will at the same time and place offer for Sale the fee simple of Aid land take in execution As the property of Jacob Laynes to satisfy two sex curio is in favor of Andrew Stewart. Joseph l. Swinney so of. May 20th, 1836. Allen c of sowing Locust seed. Considerable difficulty has been experienc a in Proi gating tie Locust from seed from lie circumstance of their not readily vegetal ing. Tjimis May sometimes be owing to the act that they do not always come o prefer tion Here but Liis i gun realty in of not taking the necessary care in pre Jiaming them. The following method for this Pur Jose May not be generally known or if known t is not attend d to. It will it Fute Success ind i Ause the seed to grow As readily As bean or Indian Corn. Place a Quantity of the seed in a vessel holding a quart or two pour on boiling water ant to it stand Twenty four hours decant it Laid it will be found that a considerable number Are softened and so rolled by the operation these Are to be separated from the rest ant planted and to the remaining Unow Ollen ones Mother portion of hot water is to he added Wirich also is to remain to Venty four hours ind a second so Lection made to be planet is before. In a few Days nearly the whole o tiie seed will be thus prepared. Farmer and Gardner. A mechanics Exchange is about to be e rented in Philadelphia by the mechanics o that . _ sheriff Sale. By virtue of sundry executions from the Ai i Lent circuit court to me directed will offer for Sale on monday the 20th Day of june next at the court House in the own of fort Wayne the rent and profits of the East half of the North East Quarter of Section eight in town 30 North of Range 13 East containing eighty a res nearly All improved lying and being situated in the a county of All. N and state of Indiana about 3 Milci East of l Ort Wayne on the Maumee River and should he rents and profits not being enough to satisfy said executions i will at the Sam it Lime and place offer for ale the fee simple of said land taken in execution As the property of James Daniels to satisfy Foley amp Abbot and others. Sale to take place Between tie hours of 9 o clock p. M. Of said Day on the above land ther it Are mortgages to the amount of one Thoi Ismir and sixty site dollars and fifty cents with inter est t rom tie 28th Day old Ove in he i 183-1 i to tic Day of Sale. Joseph l. , May 2��h 183 j. tickets. The following is the Harrison electoral ticket for the state of Indiana. Joii g. Clendenin of Orange co. Lii am Decker of Knox co. Milton st up of Vetrer it on co. Enoch Mcc Autv of Franklin co. Achilles Williams of Wilyne co. Austin w. Morris of Marion co. Albert s. White of Tippecanoe co Mauston g. Civ us of Washington co. Aona Iwaji p. Andrews of Laport co. We give also the names of the Van Buren electoral ticket for the state. John Myers of Knox county. William Rockhill of Allen. Jonathan Williams of Morgan i George w. Inion be of Owen. William b. White of Vermillion. Jesse Jackson of Scott. Makings Willet of Rush. Elisha Long of Henry. Tuomas Stewart of Pike. Sheriff Sale. By virtue of an execution from the Allen i Cuil court to me directed i will offer for a on monday the 2dth Day of june next at to court House door in the own of fort the rents and profits of lot no. 190 and to West half lot no. Solving and being situate in the town of fort Wayne in Allen Cotton and state of Indiana and should the re and profits not i g enough to satisfy a execution. 1 will at the same tim and place c fer for Sale the fee simple of said lots taken execution As the property of William n. Holt and Robert Hood at this suit of John l Avry. Sale to be Between the hours of 9 o clo a. M. And 4 p. M. Of . Joseph l. Swinney so of. Of a. I Mav 20th 1836._�?� the Northern insurance Compa Muf the a Itale of 9i <1i.iiia. Notice is hereby Given that the books to receive subscriptions for the capital Stock. G the Northen insurance company of the st top i Mana will be opened in that i own of Logansport of iii in manc a Nencki by Chauncey Carter Esq. In Tine open until All the Stock is taken-0>. Three weeks. Olie Dollar on each share is Rye quire to be paid at the time of subscription. For the Chi Arteree local Laws of Indian of 1836, Page 11.5. A Aaron Stanton. Puiesi ent John h. By lev Sec y. Pic Ifer a. John Brown Robert s. Morrison Jacob Haas John h. Bradley Aaron Stanton David b. Freeman Roberts Merryfield we. O. Ross a. W. Harrison directors May 1836. 46�?4t.r 1.0ga$rokt Jii Asket. Provisions Bear a Good Price Here and Are generally in demand. Four per barrel com meal per bushels 00. 75 potatoes apples Green do. Dried beef per la. Do do do a new York evening Star in discoursing upon the present disordered state of , says quot we venture a prophecy and we Call upon pork Bacon butter Corn Oats do do do do 50 00 50 5 5 12 12 25 59 40 if justices Blanks for Sale at this off face. The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the Public generally that he has commenced the above business on fourth Street nearly opposite the canal Exchange where he tends to keep on hand All kinds , As rocking. Writing sewing acid wind chairs and settees. Amp a Gas Nii de and painted at the shortest notice. Jacob h. Myers. To Ognit Portman 2tth Fri 46tf. Lilliw Auvall. A a j. W. Wright amp w. W. Wright. Attorneys amp Counrel Loki at Tawf have removed their Ohice to the Rij iii Petely occupied by or. C. E.,slurgi3. Quot % May 28,1836 _

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