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Logansport Canal Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 29, 1836, Logansport, Indiana
4 a a a Utz \ i Vossi a a f 9 p Lasselle amp Dillon. Vol. , i Diana saturday october 29, 1886, no. La. Y # Effrom Texas. We of tan from the n. O. Bali tin the following info nation. Mccoleman has left the Sabine with hit to .1, to i of and pro t t the of quot quot Ziehe c3oiorado from the incursions of the Macau link indians and to enable the Farmers to attend to their crops and gather the. A fort will be erected in that District probably at the three Forks of Little River or at the foot o the mountains on the Colorado. Oar indefatigable rang let Captain Byrd Khart has returned to Cut up and reports the Corn in the Neiti boyhood of b car to be remarkably Fine and abundant and that several thousand bus i cts will be the result. The Are informed by a gentleman from the Eastern department of Texas that the crops in that part of the Rountry will exceed thi syp in those of any one in tie season throws Lieut Texas has been unto in Motily favourable and could Tlle it i icons have cultivated thu in land the crops in All parts have been abundant. Liven the i Riih Oti the san Antonio Wlinich rally Sulli Mosi from do iii it t a is year liar produced Niibu mantly will out Iurii nation. On the and quot Colorado the Corn planted Nofu r the Battle of san Salt Inlo will produce a Sutlin Clenry for the consumption of Ilie India by ants. The planters Are to ii Niini to Pirk flu in cof iii a Titch to yield to ral it a w i. It of Sui rit iii the a Cist c to us in arcs a d it Viii switch i hic Lally Ashield us of iii re. 1 s in Roin itry let i i i i. Of i elt of . If cts Willu Warus to Mia pics Imja o n of re Vivin it i it it it iii it i i a old Root a. Ill. \ Salij was iat it i3 mad a on the semis i Roe fourths of a inc at per Are situated iii ii up on the Colora a do payable part Cash bal Ince in 1-2 months. Tiiu following private letter Froin the Camp oath eterian army sat Stiie Loui Iana advertiser of september 17, has been received by the curator of Lluc merchant s i a Chonic be grand the principal Clivel of tie Jani Manche indians is now in the of the tax Ian army lie is aut Loriz. D by the nation to a Altir the services of their warriors who Are will firmed and equipped to the texan govern ment in Case of a second invasion from tie mexicans their services had not been accepted. Be grand is about 48 years of age is a half Breed was educated in new York and Lell the City in the year 1816, and has been principal chief of the nation for fifteen years. He is the deadly enemy and dread of the mexicans. It is the opinion at Columbia that Captain Hughes of the passage be liberated. Santa Ann Almonte Are in double Irons Ai the Plantation of or. Phelps guarded by in men. Gen. Sam l. Houston at st. Augustine and daily expected at Velaski o. Extract Ofa Nacogdoches tic thousand rumours of the Advance of the mexican forces and of the meditated attacks of the indians one of which probably brought us Here Are without foundation and our Louii and fatiguing March has been undertaken for nothing except perhaps to create the impassion among the natives of Texas that the govern int of the United state is favourable to tie texan cause and will ultimately make common cause with them whether this be the proper course for a Neutral Power to pursue is not for a Soldier to decide. Tiie six companies of the 7th infantry under the command of Lieut. Col. Winchester which left fort Gibson on the 5th of May. Arrived at fort Townson 01� the 7th, and remained encamped near that Post until the 4th of july when they marched Lor Nacogdoches Texas and arrived there on the 31st the distance from fort Gibson is about 370 Miles. The exp a Shive heat of the weather was exceedingly oppressive and daily labor was required on the Road Between fort Townson and Nacogdoches to get the teams and causeways were made Bank it Cul Down and the Sabine was crossed by rafting Over the loading of the waggons. South of the tie Sabine settlements of cherokees and other refugee indians were traversed As Well As a Pawnee ment Are making great preparations for an it t or attack on Texas. The Lgth of sept Embi i is the Day of their National ind Pendency w Hen they intend making a grand display of the Ai my intended for that exp Ditroi a ini mediate after which they will commence their March. This Lime they intend sending Twenty thousand men. Some two or three Hundis a with two pieces of artillery Here the other d Gay for Texas. Comment sunni Pessary. Fifthe Jajio Asiain they will be worse served than they were before. But my opinion is that Illey will not Send another army there and that to wisc preparations Are Only to deceive the be old and enable the present ministers to fill Ulici pockets when they will retire and leave their successors to Settle matters the Best Way the can. Santa Ana s friends have Entin by dest a ted him. Such is the Fate of adversity. The mexicans Are in daily expectation of the arrival of Bustamente Wim was in Sid it it Helon Santa Ana and by hit and his Miover Merit. Filed. Lie has been in Franca for to o or the Ltd it ars thu a intend placing the Trover Vieni a gain in his hands quot com. Adv from Mexico. Extract of a letter dated Mexico aug. Itch. Thi6 country is in a most deplorable state the Goven Anent is bankrupt they have enforced a loan As they Call it from All person a t40 have any thing both foreign and Tiai Ives. It has been resisted by All the foreigners they have embargoed the stores of i ret French merchants already which 1 have no doubt Wilt cause a War Between this Rountry and France As the French minist r Here a quot forbidden All French subjects paying it and a ired the government to enforce it al their a peril. I appears Itiat the French minister Hen has a French Fleet and about seven thou and then at his disposal Wiio Art at Prem it at Martinique and we arc in expectation of hearing of their arrival k w a Ruz before Long. B Way done you think these states would make Fine colonies for France ? there is More teen dog than has come for. The go Vera Ameilla. In Belio Ulinoff this Young Tine giant Ofa Worl j. With All its Niagu Milicent a apal Bililies for Ness i to link every Penuli Slitzan Imi it Fri i in Tonii idled n Gret at the unjust and a Tivvis 5 course of in i v whip h alienated such a child from Llu Pari Riol govern Nien. Lint at the Sain a Tini it is iii to ii to avoid Sci ing that Sotidie of it 1 his iii to. Ere Long have j a in i a i t a tour of conduct towans or Rica. .0 on. H Oldie this tion Noiin Coli Wilry is in. Iii i from o to or Taii Watari d Wii men glorious Rivers Coni dining a any Vari y of Simale and soil Tsien fore every a i a a a y of produce .111 1 population to it st so Iipp i i in Ilsi if t Viry resource Liat of incr Nailon Are forced a Ither to he abroad or 10 a cat sults itunes for at Home no one seeing to e internal wealth of America tiie abundant i ii of the Earth s surface tin Rillies Heap d in Low it the Una rallied facilities for the Inu r course of men and the interchange of Heidi possessions through Lieut its Vasi extent can for an instant indulge the thought that such Couf itry was Ever Dustin d to bean appt a Dat to any other in the world or that any cilia in of circumstances whatever have Long Manta ii a Independence a people or nil with every Means of Freedona and a Reata a s.-. But far from regretting that Ami Rica a ii thrown Oli quot the allegiance and regarding Hei As a Rel Ellious subject and irreverent quot cli ild. England will surely Ere Loti i learn to look upon this country As the inheritor of quot Lier glory the Oung ens land destined to perpetuate in it , the in Mory the virtue s of tin n l ii Lind from which i she is descended and honouring my country As i do i a annoy look upon Ann Rica wit i any feeling of hostility i not mily hear the voice of lii Grantl in t in language of this people hut 1 recon night a in All their i est qualities their Industry then ii Onesty to their sturdy Indi Pendency of Spiri the very witnesses of their origin icy an Engliski no Otier people in the a orld would have liked us As they did nor any Oiler i o pie in the world built up upon the ground the won so sound and Strong and Lair an edifice. Mrs. Butler s journal. These son. The editor of the Baltimore american thu elo Pientl and delightfully discourses of the season a Bright summer has passed with her Gay chaplets of Flowers and is gone to join tilt throng of things that have been. In her Stead autumn is with us Laden Rich fruits and although not yet Clad in her covering of russet or oven. The coldness of her breath foretell the fall of the Leaf and the lapse of nature into thai chilling Dominion of crusty Comfort living Winter. Already do bracing breezes begin to an the languid limbs of exhaustion imparting Energy. Freshness and fitness for the never ceasing toils of human existence. The Hus i Sandman is gathering into the Garner the lick products of his Sun browned Industry and n joining Over the prospects of peace and plenty. The sportsman no longer slumbers in listless Ness and repose but walks abroad upon the ii ills and revels in the it consciousness of Rengli and activity. To he scholar it is tiie season tor study to the moralist the time l or Retic Tiomi. Nature Tibu thened of its i ullness no longer swells with the prolific impulse s of cart a lion Init seems As if retiring Witlin itself alter having fulfilled the promises of its Buddi Nii youth. Like Man it has it enjoyed its a Hildi Good 01 h Amity and its midlife o Utility and like him it Niu think into the shrivelled dim Sion and Passioni is apathy of old age. In vain do Vve attempt to slay the Onward Rush of tim a Vii be i Seuss impulse it hurries us Forward tii Pou in scenes of Beauty and loveliness and now along the dreary Wasle of disa pointed i Operand hasted aspirations until a. Length ii l eaves us wean d and exhausted on tiie Hank of the dark Ocean of Eier Niiya Wirich with sul i. A noise leis wave advances to voc re Liehn us Beai Tifful extra to from s last work. By Way of conclusion let us return to lib primary Ojei t of this . And again d a Ceil o the Hughie rank of translator. A lion a Man has seen like me. Washington and Bona Pirl upon a k Vel wit i t u in l it in Anotle a order of Power Pilot Anil Mirabeau amont the Psi i re and non a Mong the Jile Hian a assess the a Ommon Man liar it Hinig to tho extermination oct lie front icis. Be v Tuk in peasant slimming himself up with i i hoisting it Raj what 11 Ore Rifin wins to let a a eco behind the great Tomb of st Helena wily have 1 survived the Ige and the men o whom 1 he Longeri by t be Date of the hour al which in Hoilier inflicted life upon me we have 1 not disa geared with my co Tempora ies. The remnants of an Elia United race Vohy am i left alone to seek their hones Arnzil the. A ii Tessand Dii to Ofa crumbled world 1 and every thing to gain liy Noi Draguin on a longer Cristen it e j n the Earth. 1 should not Lave hot in Oil tied to begin an Ltd afterwards to spend my posthumous acts of Uslice to write this Hok in Ord a to preserve my Index in licence As a in in. W Lon. At lie a inning fir in life. afforded met an a it cum 1 translated some of s verses tie wahls of the exile now. Tii iving return Eil to my country or twing nigh to the end of my Are a 1 again have recourse Iollie Poel of Eden. Tie author of a i Anelise of quot was no however Rich Erthan a i a. S med Ai Kimii his uni Biliter deprived Olllie oflienve.-., hut illuminated by tiie it h it it a his g iii is he dictated his verses to Lien. 1 have i of Onui Illers i can contemplate t he luminary Oligny. I it i cannot say to in of Myse like Llie id ind Haiti in hard la inv glorious it once al Ove in Speen quot Mill a Servetis Cromli ii 1 have Cost inhaled a ipod. In he attacked Kinin i have d tended item he helped Solhi iii from tin in Pardon. 1 ave no d upon their Gratis 11 be. Nou a liar in it Oili our countries monarchy is decline iii towards ils end Mill a and i have no More pol Liral flue Lions to s Ual let be about. 1 shill eat a Seir at the ahle of my Hosi he will Lave nourished me Young and old. It is nobler. In is safer to have recourse to glory than to Power. Inquisitive people Are the funnels of conversation Tivey do not take in any thing Lor their own use but merely to pass la to Knuth or. Boimal duties. Stone of the present enjoyments of this Lif Low from the of those Dulies which every Man. And 1 specially every quot Fri i in owes to his f Hows. To do Good unto a thers As w e have oppor Lucily. I Holh a Chris Ian and a civil Diu a i Loni who h much in no the most of our individual Hap iness As Wellas a of Sof ii a depends. Individuals and com Annilies Are anti Luilly dependent upon each other for business for the Means of sigh silence. Ind i or the social Ohio ments of life. He i be relative Hilie r Vei be disc barged with Christian and Chenev Oleitt Nio ivs if e oud derive Isom them Hal ure and genuine Ltd enjoyment which a i charge of Llu in is de iii died to Imparl. We ire Loo prone to end or neigh Lior Success to he jealous of i Prosper ii instead of a it joining with him and commending him for whatever is meritorious. The in Hince of Good example Prancl Sinji ill quot Char iii s of life find a kind and Fri nil Leporld it. A ill do much to Correct had habits and Elmvale the character and of society. Vic can never coerce m a 10 feel or practise the Virtues which adorn life. We my t Illus role their Henryn influence in oui daily walk and Oiiver Saigon if we Woald Imparl Loomers thir Pun f Eirini. The pomp of titles Ami the Pride of we ill May and do pose undue influx Nice Over weak ignorant and corrupt minds hut virtue is the Only True Ille of Noliti Lilvy Nul there can he no real enjoyment without River Monitor. A female. Miss on by s vist tto Cann b a w. The memoirs tif mrs. Anne Hodgson comp i in to an a count of tin commoner mint of the w. Sleyman i Sion amont the Gre qua tribes of Southern Africa contains the following incident in the lives of that lady and Sci husband the Lif v. J. Hodgson a Rose Early and pursuing our journey. We a Oon Reache Ltd the spot win re we had Dej inf d los left. On approx i Chinig the Wood. 1 was surprised to in Luda fire at which two f male w re 0 a i pied m cooking while a Man was Laid apparently asleep near them. The two women attempted to conceal them Elvis under a hush supposing i presume we a hould them unobserved. I Pon going near the tire however we found them employed in cooking the leg of a Littian being we were now Sii Lilied of this hint part of the Retreat in i i Eniy. A division Ofili Ohhad evidently rested in Elliis place probably on the proceeding Day. Horror truck at the scene before me 1 was truly than Khil that my dear wife was not present to behold it and 1 gratefully a knowl edited the kind Providence of the almighty in Sutler ing us to miss our path tie preceding evening As thereby we a Caj de the miser o Llie Dis it ii it Lin proceedings of these people in the Slid s of the night apprehensive As we should then have been of the dan Gir of Heing attacked i y those who would have rejoiced in our death As furnishing them by earing Lleslie with the Means of continued exis lei ice. I hastened Hack to Tiu Vigeron to consider i o act and having determined on leaving the place As soon As possible the necessary arrangements were made without delay. Lizul Hel Oie our departure 1 returned to the Wren lied beings near the Vood and nov i of served the Skellion of i full thrown person pan of the body of another a leg and an Arm having he ii Cul oif a the head was opened and the Houel. Heen drawn out the in Vernal a Art of the Hody was exposed to View a Jne of the won n was roasting part of the leg upon the Ashe i Ami tiie other engaged will like Man in a ing with Savago greediness the portion that had jut been cod Ltd 1 was sick Oil the Sigl Laid Felt what 1 c not describe a Asp it on seeing the Man break the hone of the i ce.,sed with a Stone and suck them with Ai Pirc it i Light. My Anchor Rahce Oliner , manifested in the most unequivocal iii anger made no impression upon Tiunis. Tint Man scarcely regarded me an he w Oman merely looked on the dead Bod a Lefore in a and pronounced the name of tin de eased w to 1 believe had died from huge or fatigue and these three persons had Proha Idy n to ainu d Helix ii their Ompa Nii it is Tiosav Ihen selves or it in a similar Fate by preying up on the a Stop my paper Harp air i have Orden Dou to Flop my paper a Dot a times and yet it Cor Tinnell to n met a Why dont you Slop this 15 h question with which every Newn a per pub Sher is a now and then a Ftp by subscribers either do not or will not understand that there is a right Way and a wrong Way. O order a paper to be a topped. They imagine la atall thu y have to do is to write o the Printer to Stop my Don t you top a paper quot the Boston trans Wipt my my the printers answer nine cases in ten would be of cake or. Jou hnvfygftettled0iir account go cd Tife Priis fing office All you owe and order it stopped and turn if it Lon onion us to come the Printer is to flame. Maine Radical. Lolu it Walsh Simeao folic i real Ofa Man and w Ile. Is the Ofreci one i Alire s sermons Are exc la evil hut t a author carries his tie Oil Ofa Wile s obedience Loo far. The True Woid is co Milliance Atid As much of this is due f Orn tiie it is curious and melancholy to remark whal a Simonu hold Liat Relick of Narhari my tin wife s of t i i ice still has on the human mind. It is my firm Belit that Many Marris d ionian even in this country Are us j cited to a Lavery 0 the will of Lia in Hus blinds As great As any that Ever characterized thi marriage . W sern literary journal capt. Ross thus Points out How the iii habit ans of the Polar regions discriminate Niht and quot i o i will perhaps a Onje Rhow we could Mark each a when the total absence of the Sun Iliad placet us in pure Clural nig the w Hole face of nature was indeed iii tired 10 us hut it was far from Bein Ltd Orloo mas you would in Nagine. A considerable i Wii iii about noon Denot d the return of Day and incl a a Bei Tulifua Arch of red Lilit overspread the horizon to the South for an Hoar or two before and after noon. Great Are was , All the while the Sun was under the horizon to keep regular hours for our Nials Andas the Day shortened very gradually we did not Feti time approach of the shortest Day though we were not sorry when it passed. Jav. E. Palladium. We learn that the president has ordered a ourt of inquiry to consist of major Gen. May bomb a president brigadier generals Brady and Atkinson member and capt. Samuel Hooper As judge ?.te and recorder to c held at Frederick Maryland As soon As the slate of the service will permit of which the president of the Board will he the judge to investigate the causes of the failure of the Campaign in Florida under Gen. Scott and Gen Gaines and of the Dehiya in prosecuting the Campaign against the Creek indians in . A correspondent of the Plymouth memorial says that the oldest Gradu. of Harvard Colet a who was present at the late Bicentennial festival at Cami Ridge was Maniuel Emery Esq. Now a merchant of Philadelphia and a native of Chatham jape cod of which his father was formerly the minister. Or. Emery was Captain of the Harvard Washington corps which a is first organized while he was a member of the University and he led out that corps to take part in the Battle of Bunker s Hill. Dior Trad Souther papers arc filled with the details of the murder of several persons chiefly females by a party of indians in the neighbourhood of Jacksonville a bout the Middle of september. After the per petition of this atrocity and burning Down several houses the Savages made a precipitate Retreat and Dahoui h hotly pursued by volunteers from Jacksonville they succeeded in making their escape. Moi u Cut of of is Muc modified a . Thus an old Ari Blhay Man ii Len it iii s tranquil repose while the t Annon Are Thun it a ring around him Engineer has Bee a Viown 10 Lall a Eli within a boiler while i Zellou it were h Aling in on the out de wit a ii ii Randi ious hammers and the repose of Miller is Nowise in omit coded by the noise of his null. Sound ceases to be a stimulus t it ugh in what would have proved an in re Siide e to , is a them a of Gaynei Unher. Us. It is t Ommon or Carrier .0 Leep on horseback and Coachmen on thei coaches. During the Halle of the me mime no a were sex i i urged that the y flt in Ash up on the deck amid the tidal Eiting Ihu uder of that dreadful engagement. Any. Sih Nee its in Hiom Vij a , while found ceases to he of. Thu.-, a Mill r being very ill his Mill was flopped he Mig it not he i slurred by is Noie it this so lar from ii Dueing a Leep. Prevented in and it did not take till the Mill w a set going again. 1 01 t in same reason the manager of some vast Iron uni is Wiio slept Elose to Vliem amid the incessant din it if iia Giaier it forges and Hist Furni ices would Wake in there was any cessation of the noise during night. 1 o Cany the illustration still Farl Ier it has been to iced that a person who Lalu asleep near a Church the l ill 01 Winch is in i chg a hear the sound during the of la Hal jer and he nevertheless arouse ii its sudden cessation. Here the Leep dual have been Impe text otherwise he would have been insensible to the sound the noise of the Bell was Nostin Nulious its cessation iii ii by i Reading the Monotony became so chid caused the Sleeper to . Rew midst modern time the Gallows or drop the Guillotine and the Maiden have been the general instruments by which Liu Ninn beings have been deprived of their exist in e. In the history of these fatal instrument there is a curious the maid. A which Elimina is were beheaded in Celland was introduced by Earl Morton Aud that Noble Man was the first who suffered by it. Guillotin who gave his name to an improvement of the Maiden died also by i own invention and Deacon Brodie a Man of Good birth made the first Experiment on the pow is of the drop he had himself in voted and w hich is now in general use thro out great Britain. Singular an inquest was held 011 tie body Ofa Man who Lead died Saldic july the Caus i of his death not being eve conjectured lie had complain. D of being very Lawell and died i before medical Assis Aiice could be procured. On the Post Morten examination a stocking Needle three inches and a half in length was disco erod clicking in the heart. medical gentlemen who had examined the body stated their belief that the Needle had been in the he dirt some Das and that it had been tin Cuga tae ribs but whether accidentally or designedly they could not say. The jury consequently returned a verdict that the died from the Elferts Ltd of a Needle introduced into Tiu heart but by what meals there was �0 evidence to . It is difficult to conceive Ofa More horrid character than the one described in the follow ing paragraph a Carpenter by the name of Mandit at Ros lock Germany is going to take his trim for Laving p. Ironed his Mother for having attempt Ltd to Poison his Mother in Law for a Viii poisoned his wife for having tried to Poison seven persons of his Lio ushold among whom was his apprentice Leeser for arson and for Serenil Emht Zzz . Y. Star. The formidable disease still prevailed at Charleston towards the close of last month without any sensible abatement Siut it do gets not Appi air to live extended its ravages to any other City. The number of cases averages about Twenty per Day of which near 1\ one third have a fatal termination. Most of the Sui refers Are coloured people. Agents Are a Aid to have arrived in Liverpool and commenced buying up wheat for the a Ine rican Market. The Philadelphia sentinels is that this though of rare occurrence has happened twice within the recollection of the editor. Quot Lalloo there my lad quot said a traveller to a lisping Genius playing by the Road Side quot Capoj you Tell the Way to or. Is quot. Quot Yeth 1 Geth i can quot was the a you list go along that Road till it up Ruth that will lad you path a pare 6f Barth. You Mutt turn Back and go through the Harth and round the barn and there Ith where daddy livth.," quot but who ii your daddy my Hoy quot quot a a lath a Mathy Don t know Dadi by it ind you so big Why i know him Dithie ath weel-whee�?-00." query a Man a Aid a Weald thy but weak headed barrister should he admitted to the bar who has not an landed Ivray 1 ask air quot replied Curran Hoir Many acres make a Wise acre quot
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