Newspaper Page Text
THE STATE SENTINEL.
SEJ1 1-WEEKLY. rrmMAL vigiunce t the rticr. or liberty. INDIANAPOLIS. JUNE 7, For Congress, Fifth. District. WILLIAM W. WICK. TO OUR FRIENDS. Wc find our Semi-Weekly too small; and from this number the size will be enlarged, j This will enable US to give double the read- , . ing matter. While on this subject, wc again repeat 1 . , . . . : ,. . i t i the wish that those intending to subscribe . or change the weekly for the semi-wcckly,; , , . .. . ... , . . I would do so immediately. We desire to have j nil rommence at the commencement of the i volume if possible. Xo Advel s. It will be ol interest to our subscribers, advertisers and the public generali v, to know that all advertisements for the Semi-Weekly, will appear at least once in the Weekly Sentinel. This gives them a larger circula tion than can be obtained in any other paper in the State. The Vi fill District. From all parts of this Congressional District we hear the most flattering accounts in favor of the De mocratic nominee, Judge Wick. The Whig leaders to produce disaffection among our party, but they find it a fruitless labor. Instead of any event of this kind, if we can judge from present appearances Judge Wick will not only receive the united Democratic support, but will clso get the votes ef many of the j honest u hig rank and nie. 1 lie latter see mat i rc sideut Tolk is disposed to administer the duties de volving upon him so as to promote the true interests, prosperity and glory cf the whole American people. This is all that thc honest majority cf even the Whig party desire ; and they are not just now willing U mike a factious ojjosition, merely to promote the ambitious schemes of heartless party managers. They are willing to give the President fair play and a fair trial ; and this is thc reas jh why Judge Wick will be elected, as he ought to be; by a large majority. mm, . mt t . . . I . t ninth DiMiicr. Every thing looks well fur the Democratic Candi date in the Ninth Congressional District. The peo ple seem to have become heartily tired of Mr. Sam ple, and his unpatriotic course in the last Congress. They have no notion of sending him again, to repre sent Mexican or British policy, instead of their own. We published an extract of a letter last week, show ing that tlie people of his district would not turn out to hear his speeches, and now we have the following, from the Tocsin, in favor of Cathcart, his competitor : QjC. V. Cathcart, our next .M. C. is doing up the busines- for the campaign just alout right. The field is ripe for the harvest, and Charley is putting in for a tall crop. Our friends in Porter and Lake are in the veiy best spirits. At Deep River, there was a great turnout over three hundred having been pres ent to hear Mr. C. We can safely calculate, we think, on at lear t one hundred and fifty majority for the democratic nominee. The emigration vote in the two counties is large ond, like a jug handle, all on one side. There are also frequent changes from whiggery to democracy as we are credibly informed. ?Ioi(;:iii County. Wc learn that thc Democrats of Morgan countv have nominated A. 31. Delavan, Esq. as the candi date to represent that county in the next Legislature. They should, and we believe they will, elect him. UM I I t Washington L'nicii. We would call the attention of our readers to the prospectus of the Washington Union, to Le found in our columns. Tho paper ably sustains the reputation cf its talented and veteran editor. To Travellers. We would call attention to the advertisement of J. , P. Voorhees &, Co. Wo speak advisedly, when we say that no better tcarni or stages carf be foend on the roads. Their connections on the several routes arc all regular and expeditious. Armng the vast number of new enterprises spring ing up in this place at thc prcsvnt day, and that un der a healthy state of things and a democratic ad ministration, none appear to advance with more rapid tridos t'tan our book establishments. Another new one has been added to the Lst by Mr. Tui:nek, who has a very fine and selected variety of books, station cry, &.c. Many of his books are seldom to be f.nind in western bookstores ; and vve od vise our friends to give him a call. Ho has also a fine assortment of Catholic books. ol. Hodgkins has opened an establishment on Meridian street, south, where may bo found confectionery, frutW, kc, and soda water in its purity. We advise all who value health and comfort to try his p.d.i and gigf syrup. It will relieve our friends, the doctors, from a vast amount of trouble, if drank in moderate quantities in place of ardent spirits. Try it. His ice creams arc not low. T. IK. V II. A. rilrclu l. Arc raid to be dong a rushing business. Wc are incl.ned to believe it, as we know them to bo very clever chapi. They ought to advertise, if they can get time to write out advertisements. Iloosior and Uazi'itc. The Democratic Ho sier and Whig (iazette, pub lished at Columbus, Ind., have dolFcd each their poli tical character, and united under a neutral flag. The first number is a much better paper than cither of the old ones ; and we hope the proprietors will succeed. A Young L.:ily Ii:AIcl with. Marcus L. Deal, Kmj., h'ditor of thc lilooming ton Post, (a better name than Hi Post,) has lately espoused Miss Makala Mokiuso.v. We don't know that there was any shujjling in the nlTair ; but if Marcus does not Di al kindly with Maiui.a, we advise her to cut him at onco. Nuf ccd. E. (. Squicr, the ptabhing Whig editor who thought it prudent to leave Hartford, Ct., re-nppenrs jn tin wimc capacity nt Chillicothe, Ohi.. , Urokcii Banks of Ohio. The Ohio Statesman gives the following list of fraudulent Banks, which for several years relieved tue people of the burden of keeping their specie, and fi nally broke. People should stick .up the list" over their fire-places, as a memento of the beauties of I banking, and as a preventive against being swin dled with the dead paper by petty roguea : Bank of Exchange, Cincinnati, Bank of Cincinnati, Dank of the United Statet, Branch, Cincinnati und White Water Canal Company, Cincinnati Hanking and Loan Umce, Wftfi' Miami Exporting Company. Onto mid Cincinnati Loan Office, OtU Arnold Co' checks, Piatt J. H. fc Co. Bank, Hank of Circleville, (new) chartered in 1818, Ilau of nMnl,i,or,t Hamilton, D;,J,k of Gaiiipoii, Gaihpoiis, Bank of Steuben ilhi. Steubenville, ya, f .Man-field, .Mansfield, Pnk l öandiwky l-oWer öandusky, Western Banking Company, Bank ol Went Union, Wtbt Union, Canal Hank, Middletown, Commercial Bank of Lake F.rie, Clereland, Commercial Bank.of Scioto, Portsmouth. Farmers' hank of Canton, Canton, pa.mers Bank of New Salem, New Salem, Farmer' and Mechanics' Dank, Chillicutho, Franklin Silk Company, (erinaii Bank of NVoowter, Wooster, (ieauga Insurance Company, Painville, (iraiivillt Alexandrian Society, Granville, Cioülien, Wilmington and Columbus Turnpike Company, llamillon and l.ogil:e Manufacturing Company, Jefferson Bank, New Salem, Kirklaiul Safety Society H ink, Kirtland, Lebanon .Miami Baukin Company, Lebanon, Lancaster, Ohio, Bunk, Lancaster, Maiime Insurance Company, Manhattan Bank, IMiinhuttao, Monroe Fall-' .Manufacturing Company, Miami Exporting Company, Branch, Conneaut, Uwl Creek Bank, Mt. Vernon, Orphans' Institute Bank, Fulton, Ohio Kailrnad Company, Richmond, Uibana Banking Co . Libana, Washington Bank, Miamishurg. " Western Kes. rve, Farmers' Hanging Company, Briffhtnn, Z;meSvil!e Canal and Manufacturing Company, Zanea- I'll Rritisli lts Inline Hu lau War. The following is the list of War and Merchant ships . . i c i c,p,ured by thoAmer.cn ... the short war of June. ii, 10 me cm ui January, izit. inu names uro omitteil : In all 5G vessels of war S?t guns Merchant ships, i IUI hips, (!IU brigs, TrJO scliooner.s, YXS sloops, 7Ö0 various clasc3 recaptured, mounting MJO guns lüt jruns Xt?. Resides the alove destruction of Rritisli property by tho Americans, there were lust by vr.rk or otherwise, on the coat of the United States, during thc said war, the following Rrittsii ships of war Gioij. Guns. Guns Lcopar.l, 50 Halcyon, 2'J Mafnc?, 16 Wodwich, 41 Fat)lo:ne, 2'J Ilo'd, IS Southampton, 41 r,')os-hawk, 20 Kh -.lian, Z HiibaJ.es 3S TweeJ, 20 A'plieus, 12 L-iuiis'iuus, 21 Kmulous, IS Ilacer, 10 .Auhnla, 20 Aveigor, IS Holly, 10 M seile, 20 Plumt er, IS Al.ine, 10 IViMoi, 20 Flcun, IS Ituver, 10 SU.h. 20 HeialJ, IS Sutille, 10 CaObr?, CO Djiliii;, IG 674 13.J 8UD AdJ 20 per cent, fjr carrying over their rate, A SEcnrT Oct. A letter from Washington in the Richmond Enquirer, thus betrays a little secret of the private character and cc:iduct of Messrs. Blair and Rive.-;, worth repeating now it is out: It has become of late quite the go' with newspa per gossips to "run on" aloiit the personal beauty of Franeis P. Rlair, Emj. There is no accounting for tastes ; so I will not undertake to quarrel with my neighbor for the want of it with those who are more struck with his teeth, than with the highly intellec tual contour of his head and the sparkling intelligence of his eye. "Handsome is as handomo does," is a good old nursery "suv," and it applies most admira bly to the case in point, as you will admit when I tell yo;i, that Francis P. Blair, &nd his partner have, with in f ur years, absolutely given away some ten thou sand dollars, (in such a manner too as to disguise the fact from the recipients) to persons who lost their em ployment under (lovcrnmcnt. in this city, on the ac cession of the lite ruthless Whiir administration. It was but necessary for one to have fallen under thc op eration of .Mr. Clay's rule, " We can I afford t keep y'ur fri r.ds in tjfirc, .sV," to find in them friend whose active sympithy rslied no reward but inward satisfaction nt having done a jjood deed. I do not hcl.cve th it Messrs. Blair nnd Hives know any one is apprized of thc fact. It therefore rehYcls so much t.ie tr.ore credit on them ; and proves, that allli mli Mr. Bl tir's 'outer-man" is pene of the hatido;ui't, yet it covers a heart as graceful as it is grateful. B:s:ior Ondekimink. The New York True Sun says it is run ored that a meeting of thc Puseyite Clergy in that city has been held, at which it was resolved to raisr i!H) per annum for thc support of Dr. Onderdonk until the General Convention of the Episcopal church meets. A circular was also pre. pared to the rural clergy, requesting them to bo non committal on tho subject of the Doctor's position for present. Wish wo were a Bishop! A Pleasant Mistake. Vhe Boston Times nys a )oimg gentlriiKtii in the public utrrcts of that city clisptd a yonng lady round tin? waist, and uttering a cry of joy, printed val kists upon her lips with the quickness of thought, (hi coming to an expla nation, it was found that the young gentleman had mistaken the lady for her twin s.stor, whom he was courting. The Times thinks it dangerous to marry a la.lv who hns a twin nisicr, as a man m ght be kiss ing somebody else's wife when he thought he had his nu n. CoMMisstoNLi: ion MiniioAN, Missori:t, Indiana i Illinois. The loveniors of Michigan, Missou ri, Indiana nnd Illinois have appointed John H. Prick, INq., of Philadelphia, Commissioner in and for tho State of Pennsylvania, to take Depositions, und the Acknow h dgment of Deeds or ony other writings to be used or recorded in said States, nnd to adminis ter Oaths and Affirmation. Santa Anna. Advhea from Mexico .tat that the friends of Santa Anna are rapidly extending their influence throughout the Republic, und Iiis restoration to power is looked upon as highly probable, if not certain. Strainers now carry passenger from Wheeling to Loui-villo nt from to . $", hoard and lodgingjn cJuded ; from St. Louis or Louisville to NcwOrlcan fof 9 10, board and lodging included. The distnnco from Louisville to New Orleans is $"0 miles ; from St. l'irir. to New Orlcnn. rjoo. Itcv. ttobert Hall. The following anecdotes are related of the late Rev. Robert Hail : "He had one day attended a church, where a yourg ; m of taxation; fdr the support of govem mister preached on some public occasion. It so ; r q3 for the ses of what is called protection minis happened that the preacher met iIr. Hall afterwards, at dinner, at the house of a mutual friend. The youn; man was very anxious to hear Mr. Hull's opinion of his discourse, and very pertinaciously plied the great man with questions respecting it. Hall endured the annoyance, for some time, with great patience. He did not wish to hurt the young man's feelings; but he could not. conscientiously, laud his sermon. At 1 .! 1 1 ' 1 ,engtn orrieu neyona endurance, ne saia- . " W ell, sir, there was one fine passage-and Hiked U mun, eir mucn. ! T.hc youoT divine rubbed his hands, in high glee, and pressed Mr. Hall to name it. . ny,9ir, repueu nan, me passage i aiiuue to was vour vasicine from the vulvit to the testru ! Il'l ! TT II .1 T11..1 a U.i,. .....t i.n ik..,v, t.;m 1. ' aJw"ri turned it with the following, written upon one of its ever have adopted this system of taxation, and assign- ! cortj frmn a District Court of the United States is admis leaves : 1 cd as a reason for its adoption, tliat it renders labor jhle as evidence. Judgment rererscd. Collins, Bradley It is mv liumWo rv-.iniori that albums are verv ! morc productive, that though our form of government ; and Cluarles lor appellant, Crawford lor appellee, li is my iiumuic opinion mat aiuums are ery ... rC i:,;. i xk,rfnä -himr . misnn Krror to the Mart n C. C foolish things IIobekt Hll . itufi'uuuujLici, uwi suincm uifiuiuCT,uu3uimwi.;-, i . . I .4 Ti;c hH,'r;,0 .,s - .;n,r.,v.r nno Onoiluv errors of the various monarchies of the old world Opinion by Dkwi y J. ' IIIS niirnanenas a Singular one. Ulie ua, , Ifih frUrxiion m assumnsit ron in n rount on a w dining with mm, he was joked on his iKtcliclurhood. . W.Ut alishtiiiff at a friend's duor, for thc purpose of D ,lraV Un m lhe VCW ltiCT.C wa a " , nrommissorv note and a common count, and the defend He said nothin.r ; but whilst at table was observed to f-y0"" .OI u,tM(J, blu"J lo Sl",,e IVruin -"u"J it is erroneous for Iii Court M nsess tl. damapet w.th takc particular0 notice of thc servant girl who came hry had too much corn, so they raised a tax fron olll ,e ...t t,f ,,e panics. Judgment rcxerstd. War in to replenish thc fire. After dinner ho went into the labor ot the country to enab e them to pay a houn- ner for lMtL Walls for l)eft the garden, sent for the voung woman, and asked her tv to the land holder if he would take hi com out of , ihe State Lankr f-" A?l' om the t, ,,v,rrv him T hrr tnnKhm.Mit sl., r iti iwav and country and sell it. Then the very opposite policy Dearborn C. C. Opinion by üi u r.y J. to roam h m In heritor i.l nunt she ran awaj and x ... , . r - .,- ' untrv a . : if ,he holder, the endorse, of a bill of rhange fi.r a said sue ueneveu ir. nan una pone inau nraiu iib hid been once deranged.) Her master, like hemlf, i was surprised ; and on his spiking with Mr. Hall on 1 tlic su'.ject, the latter declared his intention of marrv- j in- tin irirl. who. he said, had taken his fancy bv the manner hi which she put the coals on. They "were ' , , , i i I . .i ti: ' married ami lived ha!;)iiv lozemcr. ins wmow A4 w survives him." An Old-School Xeoko. The editor of thc Barre Gazette, writing from Richmond, Virginia, says: The U. S. Circuit Court is now in session hc-re, held by Chief Justice Taney. I was present at the opening of the court on .Montlay and observed an aged 1 npni dressod in a hn Idaek ro.it. small clothes and . Bl(.kings, knee buckles and other characteristics of I fashion Sixty vears ,ano.' As the Chief Jutice en- ! tered thc d or, the old follow rose and was greeted by ! thn I. oi.l .,f tl.n ;.,,i;,.;,r.f ii-iil. nu nit-ilitif a if f VjÄcT Val7ie V " tfT- a "is räö Ti " , he had oecn the cine. e.ev.utic magia.rate. ine ; chief Justice an.! the District Mg shook him cor- o;auy uy nie irum aim inauo liiquini's ior ins neaijii. On inquiry I found that he was the slave and favorite body servant of thc late Chief Justice Marshall, moukism out of doors, if we may so call it, are its xchang it was not ndh. i-nt e idm e under the common whose memory the faithful negro cherishes in most ellivts. On this subject we have already observed an cou"ts- 'Phe honntr should have proel the i onidern affectionate remembrance. He is but a nominal slave, excellent article"" in thesame magazine," entitled, " A ll-.'VV Judgment reversed. now preferring like many others here not to be free. ftfU. CfIldid observations " Our literal literary men : ütt j,; V.eMinmi C. C. Opinion He drepes in precisely the same style of his d.stin- WOuld do well to dilate upon it. We need now the bv IIlackfgkh J. The q.iestim, w he.her a trancL of guisfird owner, and insists on being at the door of the jll:it men of cheerful, human-rehgious feeling; a broad a'Jtiti-e' j id-ment was duly n I ! in ihe clerk's ofliVe it court ro:n, as in days f yore, ho takes the hat of ( Catholic sentiment, connected with joy, gaiety, hilari- a question fir the court to decide for a transcript if duly the Chief Justice, tills his glass of water, and does ty, and an appreciation of the beauties t,f nature, and "led i a record of the court. A replication averring several other otliccs us proudly as if fie were the ti- particularly of art, as exhibited in all its resources ,,,nl ,nerft 's record of a judgment remaining in tha tied chamberlain of a king, and is treated with &s ' and develpmcnto ' : ch-ik' ofiic of the circuit court is w rorgifie averment much consideration by thc very uibane and popular, The following' passages from the Knickcrboccr are ' 5,i;;",d h. j' '"ZZV "'p.c'por 'l- J-f"'' jurist, as his old master could have done. ! significant : Ju(,-ment "ter"d- I l lr PUT., right for Criminai SrA-Msrirs of ti.f St n r or w Vor.- ' 44 The Christian Religion is a great moral creed ; Thvksimt. Mny 29, 1F43. CRIMINAL bTATIsncs OF THE STATE OF EU 0KK. TJl0 second of those two groat Commandd in which' Berry ct ol. v. Me Donna d. Pro, totl,; Davit,C. horn the Report of thc Secretary of State, it ap- the Saviour of mankind condensed all the law and the C. Opinion by Si i.liva.n J. 1. A scire facias U. have pears that thc whole number of convictions for crimi- prophets, is, 4 Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thvself; 'lectuion against real estate may be amended by striking nal offences in Courts of Record, during.thc year ' meaning, uithout doubt, that we should accord "to all oV':;.';;;;';'' "Vl r... i . r J ' o J .i :.i i ... ... . l v..: i eoiiri inav iu its iliscrelton a? nn inn l.nf,r. .-. i r . , .- was i t-. i uuing oi inuieM i.)wi, m:u vi it:- males Gli. In ISoO, when tli populatum was hOlf, fU, there was a conviction of one for 1?11 persons ; in 1S."), the population was if, 17 1,515, and a eonvic- convicted by Special Sessions IVAtO, of which number 4J,!Hf were malt's, and Km were females. While the number of convictions was .i,U"s0 thc number of rr sons was but 1,!7, the balance consisting of re-convictions of the same individuals. Cf We have been looking fcr a contradiction, from some authentic quarter, of a story which we knew hid been got up for effect: An indelicate and absurd story, under the head of 44 A uije icorth harm;" is papers, and was taken from Advocate. It pretends to relate the life of the late lamented teemed wife. Wc are warrant statement is false in every partic irt was married twice, and pe ra te . Ii ich m on l Comp i 'er . A Love Storv. In the Xorth Adams Transcrijd a story i3 related of a fair damsel in that town, who found it somewhat difficult to decide between rival suitors for her hand, and made them both ngrec to accompany her to thc oillce of the "Squire," where she promised to mike her selection, on condition that the rejected suitor sJiould piy the m.irriage fee, pre- Sinoular Case. .Mr. Hector Perkins, of Haiti- more, who was wounded in the Battle of Chippewa, th.rtyjears ngo, had to have his lc" amputated on Friday last. For nearly thirty-ono year he had suf - - , 1 1" 4. ". . . fered occasional pain, but for several months past he has suffered most intensely, until, nt last, he convent- . t 1 t ffti 1 1 eu 10 lose ins icg. ne ni's ueeu uo.ng WCM pmcc the l-.llt.. - 11.1.1 11 amputation - j l)i:,UIJ OF A (i:Ti:Ai:iAX. .Mn. Chnsrj died in j Boston, llhh instant, at the nge of one hundred and j six years. Mic h id been married three times, nnd i had amp'.e fortunes left by her two first husbands, ! which were imf rltinnf spent bv a third: leaviti' ' . 1 her to depend up n the charity of htranger. Sliehus; no one living related to her. ' - L.v t.lllnt Bkiokms. The Louisiana iVtato Con- Vi ntion, among other rtf urns, adopted the follow in : tion of one for i.'OlIl persons; in 1S10, tl PJ 0"J1, ! our neighbor unless we demonstrate it by doc-ds when- ment nßrtnrd. Wmip fv,r fills., '1'J.ornton fur I), ft, and a conviction of one for 1?CS peisons in isih rvcr occasion requires ? What sort of reformers then Zj r' 4l l4 ...!...- . are those who denounce all acts of nistice, kindness, j ,on 7 k 111 lw J- t nder ihe pencral i.pne in an ac- estimating thc population at J,(;jJ,(.!)f there was a f,)rfrivcnf.,s and t-hnrity a filthv ras Nay I "on ,'1 I"1 d"- f, !l Vut use ra"",t "ince. conviction of one for lMW persons. Besides the ron- M?C on n.ore than one occasion heard these preachers l'?,1. rr 7$ ifVli' 'd" f Jff?,nt B'k- rt . r i i 4i , 1 , i i ii i i eni hie ir I III, I), vv a!l ice fur Di li. victiona in Courts Jecord, there were returned as j ot irnctiral religion solemnly assure their hearers; ifir,, nurt rrr v n,nh. , rrrn n, sent her with five dollars, and then depart the town lermcnted nnd alcoholic beverages, will he found very j ;"'p f mdUtr- uaSmtm reversed. V. f.r the smre iS mir co-ir Tim Trm.crit.t .na tint convenient and acceptable, particularly during the; !'c ",r , ' ... . , n ior tne space 01 one) ear. ine l ratiscnpl sa3 that t.MMjn,r M,1!(J(M . 31than tt at. r. bhermnn et at. fir me tVc. In error to this bit of a drama was actually performed, nnd the , . it 1 r 1 1 . .1 ,ne """'h'gtoti C. C. Opinion by Bi.ACKroro J A desolate one left town per aee, nent , """"I , ' 1 "l t0Pct'r; h-on inconsisten't will, a tin or ,,,. !.tt lo dtsolaic one ictt town p r ag.ietmnt. jin, a p()lMU f oaf H,jr,,rt om. ollIlC0 ot carbonate en2ralied upon ii. t m error f,.r il.e conn 1.. Legislature prohibited from granting nny bank; Cl V " , ' r " , , ",I,1S 1 " wc-"-' . " . . . J . t-iitire taxable list, real and personal a pretty heavy charters, or renewing nny one 111 existence ; proh.h-; u.rfg'.go. I si, ,)0pie submitted to a tax ed ited nho from loaning the credit of the .State or bor- fi'r nulls on the dollar. Her system of Internal rowing money, except 111 case of war, Invasion, or Improvements" commenced nine years ngo. ..Nino insurrection. . Conviction or a .viritDKiini:. In the court of guar - ter Sessions at Philadelphia, on Saturday, John Allen, son vf the late Bich-rd Allen, ihsho,, of the Colored Methodist Churcji, was' found guilty of murder in thc second degree, for crushing thc scull of rt negro man named Haines, with a hatchet. America could support iiinevhundred and thirfy mil lions of people, without being so densely popul ited as j Klimpe is. Thc population of Kuropc is ubout M millions, that of America fit millions. Hemp is now rotted by the aid of steam in Ten tucky. Five minutes application of Men in makes the sum ready for the brake. The fivirc is thougjit fo be morr beautiful and Vtter than when water rotted. liritlsli Corn Laws. No intelligent man can read the history of the Brit ish Corn Laws, through all their changes, during many centuries, without forn'in the conclusion that the in to a nation's industry, is one ot the greatest curses that ever retarded a nation's prosperity. To tax the necessaries of life to protect the labor that produces those necessaries, is so contrary to every rule of com mon sense, so gro?s, and at the same time so strange, a fallacy, that a naticn that adopts such a system, if it reallv surmoses that labor will be benefited, cannot. with propriety, claim to possess any correct notions of , , , - rendering labor productive, Or thc leagt knowle(J of thc pdpiesof the noble c;rnfl nc prti;:ni T-Vonnn,,. V. thmirrh tho svs- be the me üf absudit the advantaKes and benefits it confers upon the few non-producers ofjsion wealtl,f has caused its adoption to a greater or less . . ...... i . ..:., . , exit' i in im; principal commercial tuuuuiwui ' i! , , . I. 1 1 world, mat cnumeneu and iree America snouiu " - j'r p - - , t,' , , . ; fr ' .,,,, a ) tr' o 3 1 'M"rt corn from abroad tugUnd. I irst, they had too much com, so they I:11',1 the v,ncr to. fnt U abrt,;ld; l,p' tou and they paid a bounty to those who had money t. setnl abroad and bring com into the country. 1 oen fi.it i lit t ipso svstems wen? .'lhandoned. and a uutv nil- posed upon foreign corn when impmd into Lnnland. Tiiis last absurdity still exists; and the English one- ratives and laborers are by it annually plundered of illy plundered millions of their hard earnings, to support the govern ment and to swell the incomes of the landed aristoc racy of that country. PiiAKisF.r.isM. A writer in the Knickerbocker Ins some well-timed remarks on the Pharisceism of the age. This is a subject which most publications, and m t w riters, out of a miillanimoijs fear of reiLminir it,.rrstsf arc afraid to handle, but it nevertheless is ...i- i... i. . ..', m - V' ll!r mcn "aim 10 k oi. ims , oarsa- lc;,i herev, this divorce of n l.uion and morals," is lml,h , U', dtfIi,ored ia iu ,lR.tts ua thc ,norals anJ manners of tho people who are under its lntluence. pride, hardness of character, sourness of disposition. 1 inose w mi w iioin w e sustain am social reiaiions w i.ui- ii .i c i l i ever, all those acts of nistice. or ot kmduf s and cour- lesy, we wouiu in iikc circumstances w:sn mem 10 . T . . . . . . . accord to us. iSow what is tins but r.n injunction to . 11 I . II I . M. on: p ,u in ui ihiu Hirn ; iniai uums i. tv iwiv; Ii i i . ...i l , i ' t!,lt tl,e virtues and good deeds of nn unregenerate man are an insult to Iiis .Maker. Thus we are likely to have a rel gion consisting entirely of abstract prin- ciples ot faith, and divested of all ii cioiesoi lann. anu civesteu oi an us neu reirau.i oi 1 I ' . I II . I II . 1 I Christian virtues ; all its morality. These are set adrift, denounced, proscribed, to give place to piety .i.i. ii-. .i . f without substance, and bigotry without religion. p r i . .i r i t 4 hehgion is but another name for love. It is nci- ther compounded fear, hatred, pride, presumption or persecution. It i? all love 4 Thou shait hu t the Loud tiiy (loo with all thy heart and ' Thou shalt ore thy these arc omitted bv the Anther of Christianity when opinions. condetis ng in two "great comprehensive precepts the whole duty of man to Hod nnd Ins fellow-creatures ;, .1 . 11. c .1 . ii- . the entire sum and substance of that sublime lysiem ! of morals which it was one great object of his'divine mission to propound and to inculcate. Somktimn'; worth IvNowtNo. The follow-in" nre ! vcrv ,,0.)u ri-ccipts for lemonade and ginger beenww- ders; and to persons who abstain from the ordinary of soda, and three or four drops of the oil of lemon, 'divido the mixture into sixteen portions, nnd dissolve ; ono in a glass of water." ! " (Hwr llccr Pointers. Take away the oil of : 1,,m.,m ,,tf f,,r'rr nrv' nml UiU- grains of finely powdered ginger, or a tew stet, of the Essence of niirer." j Tj: Wav to Plant Pi: as. A correst.ondent of .1. .. ..... .. the .Springfield Kepuhhcan recommends, s the bet ....... ... ..I..... - 4 : 1 . 1. :it . . . . it V 0 pi.l Ml IX'il 's. Ill M.l 1 . III I'll Cll II I II Ol poill IOIM. In this w ay. lie says, one saves bushing, und g ts two mips from" the same ground. The following is a new method of grafting grapes, Take short pieces of wild or other vines, nml insert grape cuttings into them, and bury them in the ground, 'n,c',-wllJ,,row,w-lll'r "' ru'r 1 in any other way , . Inpiana Dr.iiT and I'l'iiur Wokks. The debt of Indinna is twelve millions of dollars. One million nl a ipiarter domestic debt the balance foreign. For three millions of the stock, the State never re- I ut,rh rL coimucnceu , noi one nas m en romnieteil. ! And the Statu has no revenue of any im port mice. 1 vcv fr' taxation. These results are thc fruits of W,li- ncy in Indiana. OfTRACF. AT NaL'Voo. The Warsaw Signal ban ' late accounts from Nauvoo. A Mr. Hyde who visited 1 the city on business having given offence to the saints, had been grossly abused and besmeared with tilth. noinhhnr n s thvsrdf Oo Tl or two f ononri n.hnpnts exchai ife OilVahle to a fll III. bv the dinw. rt w l,nl ....'.A going the rounds ot the, i,., nn fi. b in" ft ti rl tin. nrrtn h.t- TI ir k lint I. our ' t'" lull a:ai'ist ncceiitor. it is si.tli ient to dexciilif tda thc S. C. Temperance tik fZtr . t.i.-. .S vo.-t-.r,-, nrttt.in.r .f t.ivl o,. , " ,,,e dfi-lnraiioii as payable to tli.j firm without net. certain incident in i . r . i r tin inrth the iiau.es of the niemheiH -f the firm It Wrm. Wirt, and his es- 1 V ac " I ' V i f i""1 nee'S..iy to ll,Se in declaration on a bill of eX- , in. , ill, uiiu 10 c- tlinr niitunrri furnw n ml rprptnunip. tluwo inftii Mrs. i . . .1 V ... ' cd in savin", that the I V.VV- 1 V V .1 1 V- r"a"Zn " a.imml(.trapr!i of the acceptor, that .VU 111 I,,10t IOUI I 111. , 1 . ., .1 ,. 1 4 , ,.-i.. 1. n - iwi ,!- t, ..-ill. it,. I 11 .1 . I I . ,1- 1 . . . . ,111 ,. Vf.nnt thnt Mr sujotni.j', vnuco n'onu niwn, . it o ,i . l i wo- , ,e piaiuiiu Maun lias Leen hied in the ollicn of il, oiar, t pi wiai .ur. dimentril rinri iJrs of the ('iiristian relnnon. than clfrk of the Pmh.-ue Cmrt wl.i.l. ,.r.. i .1... 1 . " . I I i " " T - ss Li in 11 ij IIIV7 If Ml Ii 111 was at one time intern- ,i i . e 1.- . ...;.i. 1.: : a ti . i. .1. r ...1... . 7 . " 1 I 11 - ' J KJ 4 -.'ft (A t iU Vru. Ill- I The same paper states that a Mormon Klder, named .McBride, residing in Camp Creek neighborhood, had seduced his two daughters, one of whom hnd left him; thit some jf the neighbors roller ted and gavo him thirty-nine lashes nnd ordered him to leave thc country. The story is a hard one to believe. JTcubon M. Whitney, Ksq., who has held a conspic uous position in tho political world for many years, died in Washington, recently, in thc f7ih yenr of hi age. SirPItEMi: COURT OF LDIAXA. Cases Determined at the May Term, 1815. Reporttd fur lh Indiana Statt Sentinel by A. J. Sievern. Wr.nxrsDAT, .May !23. Muir v. Clark. Appeal from thc Decatur C. C. Opin ion by Sl'LLlVAK J. 1. A Hill in Chancery for discovery nnd relief njrninst an usurious contract, must state that the principal and lawful interest have been paid or tendered, and in case of a temler the money must be. brought into Court. 2. When.it is apparent upon a bill in chancery that the complainant lias no equity, the defect may be taken ad vantage of at any stage ot the proceedings. Decrte re versed. Ityman lor Hitpellant, Davisson fir appellep. Iledman 4 flr r- Gvuld. Appeal froui the Floyd CC Opinion by St . j i in an action f T 1.1 IVAN J. rover the plaintiff to maintain Iii suit must have a right of property in the goods converted as well as the right of possession at the time ot conver. 2. After a declaration of bankruptcy, the right of prop erty in the bankrupt's good passes to his aignee, end i.m, .,;,,j ,n nec.ttir.n : thö latter i entitled to the possession , . f -Sf:if(i tUm tr,n9crint of n re ant a pear to t!(e avlwn and 8Ilff,r y?weul uy u dicit v.iluhle coiiMderation, guc time to the diawee.he there- endsee. Judgment nrencd. Lane f-r 1ff $ & wr Dutnont v Pope ct at. partutrs. Error to the Cas. C. r dpi n by Bi.ackkohi, J. ' Suit ..,, an instrument follows Loga n.port, Oct. Irl ). Icrisrs. IVmllehin & em will n nav in conformity to ihe agreement between us bearing date 17 Pl- I-4- Mi'srs. W. II. Pop &. Co. or older the sum of -J00 dollars holdmg the balance of ih funds de- punted v. ith yo:i if any at my disposal nnd subject to my further order, (tinned) Julius W. Dumont. hur. part." The ii Ptrurnent was not accepted. The question w hether the Instrument of writing i a bill of exchange or not, not neressary for the Court lo decide. To authorize a pavee fo receiver on a bill in which tlu re is no time specified for payment, he must present the drawee for acceptance or payment w ithin a rea- ",,i,l',e i'."":- T,,e l,;,rl,es i'ved m towns only 18 mile ;''',rt: l,m" a w k, b,nJ,,,e l"wn.- 1 he instrument was not presented until SO days after it xv:is rt.cMV,.tJ. TIm! rre;IitllM.nl was llierelur; lo Ute. f i,e instrument 5 a bill of ev h-nore tl, i.l .iioitT lZ': is not a ol eeIi;mKe, the phuntiir relies on the rom on counts. The instrument noi bring vaiid a a bill of . . - . . j ..... ... j ,'""' ... ....... m ..... . ... . ..I i . . . i""'ii a luui iu iiiiuiav a ueuiuirer und o ean lo . 1 1 3 unci uuU pcau io merits. n n , ...it , , ;M . in a pun loiinueu on a scire jacias to have execution int real estate, rotifliciii.j- tol, s iu land claimed by me ot oior caillioi oe IliqillUU into aiid M'tth d. JUuV- ,t t - t ...... .... . m C. C. Upinion by Diwir J. The piTfunalrepi emulative 0f a vendor ofrpalrMnicfilia vendor h.ivin deceased w illmiit riiiikin' a deed und lt li.ia I . I ...I ....... .. t .. . . . " uumi unnn niiMiir njm m arnnrivi iom r I l" r,'M"''' "f he heir or devisees oi the vendor to makn VT"'1 ar i;r,,'"S " ' contract of s.,fe, and to demand tho vendee th paviiient of the purchase inonev .nrh , ... . ' 1 1 personal representative, i a ho entitled to rntn e the ten ,,, ,.,H ..-,. f)f fl. . . ( Crawf.,nl for Plir, Thornton f..r D. fts. I Fhlpps another r. Jlddison tt . Error to the Clav , C. Upimou byDrwuvJ. In nn action on a lull of m. 1. i-m, in inr- 11, lenu.nii. i u mjcii an action i!i judgment should be (if in fiuor of the phiintifT) that tho damages levied of the goods of ui intestate, nnd il C"T ,f r,,,,'r' s, if not of ,he gondn of tl defenilant. Judgment rtrtrsed. llatiua for Pin- (;;IP fr ,.f, "u. luuiu iur j inn., .11 " ifjia r.' iJloic Lrror to the Alien C. C. Oninir he ie .Mc- Onininn by Hi ackhihd J. The rharge that one is forsworn, it not of itself actional. .V Tho count in u 1! l..mti..n'in hhinder in addiiinii to the inductt.mil and cillcauivm hoijld contain the ir.urndo which i nlwava neceosiirv in ; u' enes lo eiplaiu ih delendnnt'ii iiii'unm; ty refer - - j I ng on ihe common count without the rnnrin of even one. of ihe defendant. Judgment reversed Walpcle it CoUrick for Pill., Coomb f.r Dtfu. ; . . . rt'iriAr, .May 30. Jotce et at. r. tlufford et at. Admr. Prror ( ihe Jen. drick fehlte Coun. Opinion by I t 1. 1 1 v A J. L Tho Probata art of whu h dired ih t proceed- mg upon miiU commenced ngimst execuloi or ndminif irator nlmll abate, and that execution, mMJcd upon judr. ...ii .........1 ii .1...0 1 . 11 1 . .. mem .i-ami them id.all he r. called .... c. mid'iii tiieJ .v.. 4.. . ....I .. .1. ... . . 1 ' I" " pen iu 1 Mi) vn in I ! a a M 1 1 at , v r n t t a te emlir.icen aln iiiili'incnis ln?aimt thf .. . ... . r hu in ic ten ants ol (lie ileceaM-d, lo m il ihu rcnl enlate. 'J. Judgment heim are matter of statutory rffiulation and when 11 in mnuifiM f,, a n.itute lhat 1,0 lrn IN j,,' tended, none ettnin. Judgment affirmed. Tue fur Plfls. .Mi (lauf hev for IKI1 ' llemj r. Hordt n. Lrror lo the Allen C. C. Oiinion by Dl wi t J. If ft declaration ci.riium Imo couult for liffer nt a.oi!n and baileriei. and Ihe di f. ndatit plrarfl jiisiif) ing only one of ihe f ri npneK, und the plaintiff re- ply de injuria he vnite Iim hem lit of one of toiinti ami cannot give evidence of an anxault nnd battery difler' ent from the one itiiilicd. A iud-Mnenl uon Lei...., I edirto m allowed only w here ihe pfea confiM , l(C. o. .11, nun emirviy 1.1:1a 10 ntouj it on Ihe merit Jude men' affirmed. Coop, for Pill'., CoomU f,.r DrA. McKinnry r. Hurler. Appeal fiom the I)ecilnr C C Oj.inion by 111 At Kioiiii J. An amendment not flertin Ihe menu of rnKU n.ado during the trial, or previou.lv m not cause for continuance. When (he Ii m ripiin,, in Ihe declaration correupmoU with ihe innlrument ..i rit ing ilechircd on, an m tlo cae a du bill, the inurnment 1 admiible tia evii.Vnre. But where the in-irument ii payahlo "lo iheentate of A. It. deceased," It 1. neceoarr lo introduce evidence to ilmw that C. I). i ihn admir.... iii"r. .uwgiMM ayinncd. lavinson ft . rr ......... lor l)i eil. 1 man To ii f, I Ltr.s. It j8 perhaps not generally known thn black pepper (not red) is n ,,., for many in sects. The following simple mixture fs the best de. Htroyer of the common housefly: Take equal por tions of fine black pepper, fresh ground, and sugar, sny enough of curb to cover a ten cent piece ; nmis! ten and mix well with a spoonful of milk, a little crejm is better;) keep that in your room and you will keep down your flies. One advantage over other poisons ,s that it injures nothing rhe; nnd another, that the flies seek the air and never die in tho houne .7 - - ' mm . I 1 1 V Vittl IV .. . "iMNMiig iij lfft r ff. on.