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SEJII-WCEIiLY. CTCRAL YICILASCr. IS TIIK rICE F LIBTRTY. INDIANAPOLIS, ÄOVIL1IHKK 9. 184. W W T 1 I Shin Plasters. Execution of the l,onos and ioung. rrom me We are glad to see the manly stand taken by the "Upper Mississippian" extra, of the 29th ult.y we true Democratic papers ngainst the further issue of shin learn that John and Aaron Long and Granville Young plasters by the .State Bank. The Grccncastle Patriot suffered the "death punishment" on that day, for the has the following rem irks in reply to the Wabash murder of Col. Davenport. Speeches were made by Courier, a : bin plaster Whig concern : each. John hung acknowledged his guilt, but as- (, t!i oe de of the S.atr are not willing that the scrtcd the innocence of Young and Aaron hong. The small bills of the Rinks i.f other Slates or of this Chicago Daily News rives an account of the ex ecu- . . I 1 I A 1 1 .1 ...II a regular tCUcral Him. U IS always to DC CXpCClCU pfcintiff R. M. Cooper for defendant. that when a ucmocrauc paper tiarcs lo denounce me, Harris rt. C J. S. Newman for The Tri-Wcckly Sentinel. We shall lay on the la Dies oi mc memocrs i me Slate shaW lnncr i-iu.gcc , nor ... ut u , füllowin.r is lhe CJUcluding part 0f ülC General sseinbly, this number of the Tri-Weekly effect of refusing the i.emands of the btate hank lor i ii i i i . u . r n lu-rmnicnt privilege of issuing its shin plasters" Isornuu. cuaus. State Sentinel. To all. and .particularly to heretofore a irm ui it r vi I e o i returned to his seat, and members, we would say, that our arrangements are ' .n thjs , win i0a5 noise of its after consulting tho other prisoners, returned and ! pleasure of some who have attached themselves to .the i The temporary statute of 1340 authorized the replevy nrobablv better this vcar than ever before, to give,,. ;fnnv it vrr rr - hundred vears to come, stated that it was their dying remit st that thur led- ; Ucmocrauc pari lor mo , rt purpose -i gmng iuu.i ol decrees in cnanccry. r ... - ...,., ........------ - .- - - ;- - Ohl) authorizes her hanks to isuc small bills, and to u s be given to their mends, and not to tue piiysi coiiitESioivDi;:ci;. COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov. 19, 1915. Dear Sins: I see that your honest and true hearted Democrats are pestered with a hech which is dubbed the 44 Indiana Democrat," and from the few numbers that I have seen, it bids fair to be an able advocate of the Federal party under the garb of Democracy. This is to be regretted ; but since it has been started. the Democracy will be obliged to treat it as they would SUPREME COURT OF INDIANA. CASE DETERMINED AT THE SO V EM B EH TERM, 1845. Reported fur the Indiana Stats Sentinel, BT A. M. CAIIXAHAJT. Mox DAT, Not. 24ih, 1845. Miller et al. vs. White et at. Error to the Henry C. C. Opinion by Dewet, J. A written contract cannot be changed or explained by parol reference to another written contract between the game parties. Judgment reversed. infamv of swindling bankers, it must incur the dis- Cvbb and others. Error to the St. Joseph C. C. Opinion by Dewet. J. complete and accurate reports. These will necessa rily be much more full and comprehensive than can be piven in the Weekly papers. We have also, at more expense than circumstances would warrant. employed Reporters at Washington City, wh will, rrguUrhj and constantly Iceep us advised, by letters, of the earliest transactions each and every depart ment of the General Government. This has long been a desire of our, not only to make our paper more interesting to the people generally, and to their representatives in particular; and we have 44 strained a nerre" to accomplish it. It shall be done ; and what we have promised shall always be fulfilled, cost what it may. Then our expenses are great in endeavoring to do, (and what we have accomplished,) the making of full and regular daily reports of our own Legislature, and placing them before the members even almost as soon as the ink was dry which recorded them. Too many of the present members of the Legislature have tested the usefulness of this matter, and its impor tance, not to estimate it truly. Its benefit to mem bers and to their constituents, need not to be reitera ted here. Each intelligent mind will survey them at a glance. We would again publish a Daily, but we deem it much less beneficiary either to members or their con stituents. In publishing a Tri-Weekly, we have cho een the days on which every Tri-Weekly, as well as Daily mail, leaves. We have a few hours additional to see that our reports are correctly and properly made out. Then the postage to those to whom they are sent, is only one-half of that of a Daily, an item in these hard times not to he 44 sncezcd at," while the recipient get more matter than he otherwise could. These, however, arc but small matters, and only business ones. If the members of the Legisla ture should like the Sentinel well enough, we hope they will subscribe fir it. If not, it is none of our business, and many of their constituents, unless they happen to be subscribers, will never hear from them. Allca County Convention. We would call attention to the proceedings of the Allen County Convention, and particularly to the re solution respecting the appointment of a State Cen tral Committee. We second the views of the resolu tion with all our heirt; because on the prompt and efficient action of that Committc2 a great deal de pend. They should be men of energy, judgment and perseverance msn who will on no occasion s.innK from their duty ; and who will d: their utmost, in season and out of snsori, to further the Democratic cause. We are led also to notice it for another reason. Some two years since, the senior editor of this paper was a mmbr of said committee. He fjund it al ways next to impossible to ever obtain a meeting of the committee, although he often waited on each mcm- an inilucnce in that party which they may use at The Statute of 1843 author'zes the replevy of money 1.1 . 1 t t " A remedy that evil, Indiana mut Cive her Uink the cians. 31r. Gatchcll now stepped torwaru and otlered up pica.r - yy -a-". UV."" 1 same privilege, and to with Kentucky, Illinois, &c. a hort and appropriate prayer ; alter which .Air. Ha-i mc nanus oi reueraiiM. o.ie , u is Ceiieveu,is ine ow according to this Hank lo-ic. when can the nev read a lValm. The prisoners now severally shook j object of the concern above named ; and it is to be ple Shis evil ! until all Bank charters hands with those on the 'scaffold and with each other, hoped that the true Democracy of your growing De- cxnire at once and everv State in the Union will Aaron Long and Young nearly overcome with cmo-j inocratic State will frown it down in the hud. It is LAl,ilt ai hull, nuu ttr) i iaiL hi mc uwu V.-. .....".-... - i.-"-.! ..iit,i ti, mi. .,-;.r inv.ir nblv the case, that as soon as the Federal leaders ,rnn ha r.rm onr Prrf it nut tmrP ipr. U itf I llOIl. JO. Ill tlUUi; UUIIII UIIU iwiiuuu, x it ; OIH.IIU j . . I v i 1 ii 1 1. i in u i in v iiiii .x vi ........ .... I 1 commence as the Bankitcs verv well know, can never happen. '.bound their arms, put the rope round their necks, The cflcctof the small note circulation is to drive drew mc caps over uieir uc, aim iu uwm ioruru specie out of circulation and indemnify the Dank to a great extent against the return ot her promises to pay upon the crop. Taking the axe, he severed the rope at one blow, They will not expel the small notes of other Siates. land down went the drop, letting them tall a dr that five's have! tance of four feet. Hut now remained a scene most v tau v M t Wl Sill V v 1. u - - - I not in expelling the emissions of the Kentucky or Ohio Hanks ! It must be, if at all, owing either to their denomination, or their rpiality as a circulation. If hills of the value of five dollars cannot e.xpcl bills of the value of one dolhr, how can bills of enc-tifth tho value do it ! Is it because they occupy a different j channel in their circulation ! It this te true, w.iy will not silver drive them out jut as well ! lint how is it that the Hank advocates contend that reolti:irr to behold, and most horrible to describe. The middle rope broke, letting Aaron Long fall, striking his back on the beam b,d.)v,and lying insen sible from the strangling caused Ly the rope before it broke. For a moment not a human being moed, all wen? horrified and seemed rivctted to their i.hiies. Sv)on, however, the officers descended and lifted him up, when he recovered his senses and was again led upon the gallows, suffering intensely, rais.ng h:s we must 44 do evil that rood may come of it If the ! hands and crying out, "The Lord have mercy on me ! small notes of the other States are not an evil, whv want to expel them ! If they are an evil why want to add to it by doing evil ourselves ! Hut adding our wrongs to the wrongs of Ohio and Kentucky, will no more cure them, than if a firmer should turn his own hoirs into his rorn field to drive his neighbors out and therein save his cron. Tho truth is. it won't do it. You are banning an innocent man, and (pointing to his brother,) there hangs my poor brother!" Hut alas! he heeded him not. He was already beyond his sympathy lie was left alone to endure the dread ful sight f his brother's last ngoiAs, and once more to pass through the dreadful scene the rope the platform the axe. I sba.l never torget the appear Sern. That independently ot these Matutrs the law was the same. Judgment affirmed. Morrison, Mjor and Lister for plaintiffs J. L. Jernrpan for defendants. The Stale eje rcl. cf Wilson vs. IVilliamt. Error to the Marion C. C Opinion by 13lackfoiw, J. A writ in an action of debt against A, H, and C, issued in Marion county, wa served on A, and returned "not found " as t the others. The plain'iff, as authorized by Statute, suggested the re turn oh the record. A pleaded in abatement, that neither he nor either of the other defendants resided in Marion county when the writ issued, nor had any of them ever rfbided in that county ; and that they were when the writ issued, and ulill ore, residents of Morgnn county. Hc!d. that the p'ea was bad. Judgment revetted. Hiram and Hervey lirown for plaiiitill"- Quartes 6c Uradley and Wirk for defendants Er- It is a project to enable the Hankers to make morc-ance of that man as he sat upon the bench ; a large Ii . I . . . . . .! 1111. 1111 y for themselves, instead of benefitting the people, j bloody streak about Iiis nccK, ms u uy ircmui.ng an Uevil has ji st about as much care for holy water, over, while preparations were making for the final money The as Hankers have for anv one's intcre but their own What became of the Siato Hank scrip intended ns a relief to the people 1 Let the advocates of Hank monopolies answer. Hut we will sec how manv Softs there arc in our next Legislature. 07-We observe that the following paragraph U copied into Ohio Tapers, accredited to the Indiana Democrat." This credit is erroneous : The article originated with the Western Democrat," published a New Albany, and not with ths 44 Indiana Demo crat," published at Indianapolis. There is as much difference between the two in regard to Hanking, as there is between chalk and cheese. The 44 Indiana Democrat" is a Bank paper; the Now Albany Demo crat, is strongly anti-Hank. Let us render unto every man according unto his ways. The Defeat of the Ohio Democracy. The fact must stare every one in the face, who is at all ac quainted with the late contest in Ohio, that the De mocracy defeated themselves. There is, in that, as well as in all other States a c!a?s of s:udo Demo crats, who go with the party just as far as it is to their interest so to do ; and whenever the Democra cy have a contest with monicd or other corporations, they arc certain to find these pocket Democrats cither fighting openly in the ranks of the enemy, or what is still worse, acting the part of the spy, and secretly plotting treason in our camp. This always has been the case. It was so when the patriot Jackson placed his iron heel upon the neck of the monster ; and it will ahcays be so, unless the Democracy take the neces-a-rv and correct steps to put an end to it. And this can b? accomplished in one way only. Let the Dc damn their own purty and lose power, they set their snares for some weak-minded and corrept Democrats, to help them in their iniquity, and too often succeed in accomplishing their d operate designs. I Indiana has, since IS 10 succeeded in annihilating a Federal majority of K!,W0, a re-ult almost incredi ble, and placing the Democracy triumphantly, and I hope, permanently, in the ascendant. She is now looked to as one of the permanent pillars of the Demo cratic party. This glorictis result has been brought about by her politicians taking high grounds upon all questions connected with corporations, and with such j The State of Indiana rt. Hopkins and others. mm as WiiiTco.Mn. Owen and others too numerous ror to the Vanderburgh C. C. Ulackfoiid, J. to mention in mv present limits, there can be no doubt i Indictment against A, U, and C, f.r failing to discharge but that the Democratic party will remain in the their duty as County Commissioners, &c. The defen majority. Hut, sir, if the Democracy tolerate minions dants pleaded guilty, and a judgment was rendered against of the Indiana Hank to assume the leadership of their 'bem, that th,-y make their fire in a certa.n sum to the party, the people will soon get disgusted and leave the St- 'hal, !hs eni being jomt was errone- old 'ship to its fate. Whenever "these men get the , ou'; rro hofu,J en a judgment ag.mst each e , , . . .1 . .1 of the defendants. I he record in 6aid suit alter stating control of the press and give tone to the party, the h eJeJ foUowI. Ue it reme,nl.ered party lines soon neg.n 10 laue ami u is men oimtmi lnat heretofore, to-wit, at the September term, &c, in the to tell Which IS the real Democratic party ; for there ,84l , Grand Jurors empannelled and sworn. &c. is um nine uuierence ueiween ivim nais ui.u thtlf on lne f,rsl day 0f junet ,n llie year atoresaid. Hank Federalists. Hoth ere govcrcned bv the same jeIjt tlial lhe caption was no part of the indict motives. They toon lose sight of the principles of ment, and that the indictment, which commenced with the party, by their love for the almighty 44rng dollars. ; ine words, 4,The Grand Jurors empannelled." &c.t not Thev are unsafe pilots, and if they are tolerated at naming the year of any of the charges, except by the a a ft -ftiv m , . mm mm m u s he was ascendin"- the allows siMis of an out-! the helm, it will make a federal Mate 01 Indiana wonts, "in trie year aforesaid, was bad. Judgment re - l- .. .. I .1 ..ii 11 . f T I. I II .... Ko!, 1 tl, f.rf.-1-i urm pvüIpm. S.iitip rnfi . ' muco sooner than mc rcccrai icauers proper couiu xertea. j. iUu, 1 mi. Indiana Democrat. This is the title of a new democratic (?) paper, just starte'd in Indianapolis edited by Morrison fc Co. A pajer gotten up in the same epirit which this one has, should neither receive the countenance or support of honest men. We never heard of a democratic pa per being established for the purpose of distracting and dividing the democratic party. We never heard of a democratic nancr. which loudly professed Democra- ! cy, and at the same time was endeavoring to break I that party down. We should think such democracy had a strong resemblance to democratic courier y. Another reason adduced why this paper was estab lished, is because Chapman had the manly indepen dence to deny Morrison &- Co., the rigbt ! of control line the columns of the Sentinel. That disposition. which l as ever characterized Chapman, to manfully struggle against wrong, in whatever snapc 11 miK"1 appear, is here plainly to be seen. His ardent and zealous exertions in favor of tha stability and perma nence of democratic institutions his tried Dcmocra- cy his unwearied efforts to preserve unsullied the mnciplcs which he i.as espoused Ins long connex ion with the Democratic press ot that Mate, ana nis praiseworthy l ibors in behalf cf the democrats of his sister States, has secured to him a grateful remem brance of his services, in the minds of Democracy, which never can be erased, until memory shall have been swallowed up in death. Is it necessary that a Morrison party should be or ganized in Indiana, whose avowed object is to muzzle and thwart and counteract the intlucnce of the demo cratic executive organ of the State 1 Is it necessary that a paper should be published, with the n.tcntien of brow -beating thoc who do not believe it at all ne cessary to adopt such a system of political financicr- and of vilhfying and at uing honest meg, uno not aree with them in their sordid and selfish fall. Hut there was another act in the drama. "That's enough let him go," while others gave ex pressions to their horror. Just at this moment sumc crv was raised in a remote part of the crowd ; no one knew what it was otnc were frightened one wing if the guard retreated towards the gallows the tu mult increased a sudden panic seized the immense rmi-l nnd thov nil oi nreci nita tel v from the nlace. ti,p mnr.1 were with ditlieultv brouirht in their ralism vanquished, the allies of the prostrate party places; tho crowd returned, and soon all was quiet, wish to assume the lead, to again surrender it up into every one ashamed of himself fur bavin? been fright- the hands of those who have just been made to bite cntd at nothing One wagon was found upstt, but it the dust. Fear not ! a virtuous and magnanimous was supposed "to be the effect, and not the cause of party, as I believe the DenuK-rncy of Indiana tobe. the panic. The wretched victim of the law was at never will tolerate it. 1 he talsely called "democrat lenUh despatched, and the crowd dispersed. Thus ! may convince people that you are not the first 1" 1 .1. r.f ..t;, tint I ...rr rv it nr-ssf d n n.t 1 44 crow in 2 Chapman: but it wjll find trouble to convince them that you arc not a true ucmocrauc Chapman. Your friend, M. possibly do it. I J uesdat. INo. lo. The"44 State Sentinel" has guided the party through Thompun vs. Harrison. Error u the Dubois C. C. n desperate nnd doubtful conflict. It has acquired a upmionuy rnnntntion f.r independence, fearlessness and true The Statute of 1813 giving jurisdiction in actions by , . i Ii ... ii i and Bijainst administrator and executors to justices of lhe I'ovtmii to ilio Ti i r t v" Kpiiitmi ri n:i I l'l nnu never ex- . n,.,l nnu- tl nt tho mr v in vonr nf.hlo Stnto Fa, fltCnds to C3USP S of arllOU in existence 8t the , i , . l l l .t l c t- i time of its passage : and authorizes the revival, by tare have plonously triumphed, and the cohorts of Icae- rtCI-n,t0f jujamenl rendered .reieu.t7,igin.t I LIIPUI uiiiuirii.Uf tci- uuto va aiiv im w.-nuv I J al God LTrant that it may be the last. John Taxter was convicted nnd sentenced to be the administrator of a deceased judgment debtor. Judg merit reversed. J. Pitcher for idaiiitilf E. A. Terry for defendant. Wurtz et al. vs. Robertson. Errr to the Henry C. C. Opinion by Ulackfouk, J. Assumpsit for lumber sold and ddimed. PIea, non. assumpsit and set-cfT. On the trial, the defendant intro duced in evidence a bill of lumber made out by a carpen ter, who had built him a house. The Court permitted the jury to take this till to their room, after charging them that they could not receive it as evidence of itself, cf the amount of lumber contained in the house, but that in'1- do vit-ws, nor coincide with them in the acj-fnpmhment of their hellish purposes. - A traitor, who pursues sucli a course, should re ceive his reward : consisting in the cvrrlastmg scorn and condemnation of the true-hearted democracy eve ry where. Eaton Ohio) Democrat, .W. JU. Indiana Democcat. The first and second numbers of the above paper arc upon our table. The mccharif nr1 ical appearance of the paper is very respectable jur'' we regard it as rather bad taste in the editor lo make it the vehicle of personal bickerings and revenge. Personally and politically we have been friendly both with the "editors of the "Sentinel" and Democrat," for years and 'personally we have no objections' to the publication of as many democratic papers as the people can sustain. Dut little benefit can result to our cause, however, so Jong as mere personal matters are to occupy the attention of our editors at the seat of Jovernment. The many compliments paid by wing editors to the new paper, can never recommend it to our confi dence. Kcirardin;: Morrison as a Democrat, as we have ever done, he must po to otiiek sources than the whig press to sustain his political character. Wabash Standard, Xuv. '21. hunji on the lsth instant lor the same murder. i v AOBLF.SVILLE. iNov. 2o, 1845. ! ,iiiliiitr Messrs. Chapmas:TUe new paper, (the Moni- if witne had testified f it as the correct amount of , ... . nVnt 44 Democrat,") has created no division in the !u'"l" house contained, they might nfer to it a. a A neighbor sends us the following anecdote abuut Democracy in this county yet, nor do I E0,'n?u;" of what hw ev,.t,etlCe on ,,ha.1 wh1' u.rrlcnn It is n nrettv rroixl iokf to s3v the least . I i ii t . ": -n.. lie il, that there was no error in permitting the jurv with Morton. It is a prettj good jo,e Xo sa c ea wnk a WJ . bu Wß S(,rry t scc lt s0 generally insUuction!l iven t0 take h bi R 184 ?34 Messhs I.DiTor.s : Iorrison sas he lia n o ihe case, .that when a Democrat becomes connected Jud t aßnd. Test for the plaintitT-Ward & Par- been in the habit of pujmsr every new concern that j with the Dank as Director, Cashier, President, or oth- ker7r defendant would give Jam a knife, a plug of tobacco or a pound mvie, he soon becomes dissatisfied with his party, . paU M Swaf't and otherSm rjttor (0 lhe Union c c oi candles, as some ouier ioikis uac ujne, cvc. ;and begins to nnd tault. lie becomes aitcreo in ins opinion bv lkicKronn J. -1 - j If this he true he lias chatwed his habits very much feelings and views, and pretends for a while that the within a few years, as the following fact wll prove, party lias changed, and not him; but the firt thing While formerly editor of the "Democrat," he jur- we know, they arc safely housed in the Wliig ranks. chased a of Dilly Reagan, and a very large hog This we think, will be the case with some of the it was, at about two prices. Dut as u.-ual with him disorganizes connected with the new paper. The about every tiling, he wanted to turn it to personal ; ncw paper is very favorably received by the Whigs account in the matter of public notoriety. So he pro- j i:cro ; they think "it an important acquisition to their . . i ... i:n.. . . . i 1 , ....;.,, i. i i o t .,1T nA cntid their action and advice, m.. whenever nnd wherever thev may fir.d such V" tlli . ""'""'r ' ranKa. i ours, ,vc, I v " ' r; s ,,,,,, I ; ; " ,h 44 tkaitor" uoon'their fore- M"?? understood that it was gucn as a pres- f L m it js nQt r r mnrft r nn rnr ur in i ; ttr u i uitcuiii iuiv mm t t i .. i t ........ ti , 1 . u.. n, i . ' .. . i i 1.1 l Mt- Wtni. in ui' ncAi oa ter during that year. Thsy would nearly all say, What is th-2 meeting fori" &c. &c. When in formed, they would say, 4 g" ahead ! it is all right ; I will sanction it.' The buincs would be attended to so far as we were concerned; and our friends may recollect whether we did not do our part faithfully. Te icWe burden of the labor, anl every ce.it of the expenses tchich tcere neither light nor small fell en tirely on us. But we d not grumble at this. We had put our hand to the plough, and were determined not to look bick. Hence it was, aKo, that Morrison used to range about, continually spouting George Chapman is the whole Central Committee." We refused to have our name again used in that connection, for various reasons. On finding the com plexion of the Committee of the last year, however, the junior did consent to take nis turn at the oar. that it was giicrt as a pres- T I : :.. - il , , , 1 .1 t 1.1 r l... w'tvu. in ui' neAi paiier uoinoi. eaiuc uui 111 u nam hcaus, ar.u senu mem oranueu irom our jauh. u rcpeat, the Democracy 'f Ohio in their recent con test with the Iltnks of that State defeated themsches. It was accomplished by tl.ee 44 tilings M called 44 Hank Democrats." Let the Democracy of that State now go to work and mark all such traitors. Let them be hurled frcm the party whose name they have dishonor ed and disgraced, and seek places among their Federal U'l.irt sllina tvhnro thev richtlv belong. Out with thrn! vou will profit by their absence. We would j tainly "strayed or stolen!" The Washington .cor rather sutler ten defeat thau one triumph with such respondent of the Statesman writes : ft . is next paper Jiorrisor. came out in a nam- ., . - . . . , rtrf- r ti, . . . a. . . .1 i Iii I i I l i ! srenerally understood that the larger portion ot the ; lpo m lne in"" pitß about the splendid hog wh eh had been pre- J 1 . Rrrr scnUd to him (a a great man, of course,) by 'Squire ! Koyal Family arc in the Dank. 3lany think that the : parting tu tl Keajran. This was a little loo fat for anv bodv to! President of the State Dank is the only one thus con- ' f1 uev,,' believe about thce diggins ; but Tom Dov. ling be-1 licved it, and cracked a severe jd;e on Aleck about the appropriateness of the suppoed present. quiz. Delazon Smith, alias 4iDelusion Smith," is ccr- mcn. One of the best things to laugh about, in the pre-' from liis brothers. They are in it ; he is into it. sent dull times, is the following: Delazon Smith,: Iniuana Sentixhi.. Among all the exchanges which come to cur table; there is no more welcome visiter than Chapman's State Sntincl. The paper is right, politically ; and there is a l.fe and vivacity about its editorials which rentier it both amusing and instructive. Desidc all this, its publishers are the rijjht sort of stock, first rate clever fellows. If any one in this neck of woods doircs to know the 4 doings' of the lloosier Legislature, just let them send for the Indiana State Sentinel. Ohio Pike Ionian. Thn editor of ihr X.ishvillfi Union savs he Ins re-' Ksn.. formerly a Democratic and then a iyler editor .Ur.ssns. t hatman's 1 could not but smile to read reived f!l nnd mtire confirmation of "the fact that ' i Ohio, as vou doubtless recollect, was appointed ! the pathetic note of C. D. in the last 44Democrat." cciicd full and entire confirmation ot the act um vcar U,, by Mr. Tyler as a sort of commer-i He talks about old times, when he and the .Morrisons Mr. furney, prior to his election to the Senate, made . - . . -yn J , , AlnpP;rnn rp. ' IM,p.i tM rilT0 tilf, roast :n OIir mrtv. and sirrhs terril.lv , I tldt Ul III) IU t i3H OWUIV. yj "iU ..... .....w-.v. .... . I -o J important concessions to the lags, lhe fact ot his J i i- Pac;:c ocean. &c.. at sS per day, nnd over tlie depirtcd llesh-pots of Eypt. It is lauirha- election, is prima facie evidence of the truth of the statement. Nevertheless, we sec that several demo vovagc und travelling expenses paid. 'Delusion, as ble to hear him tallc about dejending and sustaining hc'is called, seems to have known a thing or two 1 1 the hopeless prospects of the democratic party. They ' . . .... ! i i .i- f. i ii .i l. i i. mission and still keeps on it, aia uo mis sure, ror wmie incy nau uie. manage- T 1 .1 I ? J . . i : ..I. i tie iiennririi on nis We see thU year but little ditference m the action ot , crane papers are timu.un,,- w , fT0vcrmncnt don't know and can't lind out at ! ment. the prospects of our party continued invariably the committee. In short, it is necessary to have on suah a commit- tor. This is out oilering a premium ur similar vue- ness on the part of others. U j believe that a man a tee, as we before said, active, business men men! who is base enough to betray his party and its j it is the fault of him o.vw. Brand all traitors only way to put a who will not back out for fear it will cot them a dime, j ciplcs once, will do it twice. If we are cheated once, It costs money to do up the business properly ; and those should be appointed who will icork and pay. Let us have no more of those who get themsehes ap pointed merely to keep their names conspicuously be fore those who have o.Tices to bestow. Much better men can be found among the laboring mechanics cf our city, or any where else. Let us have a icorking, not a gambling committee. j'.carcues ; Naval Afphentice system. It is stated in the New York papers that the Secretary of the Navy has or dered the immediate discontinuance of the Naval np- j prentice systeai. We strongly hope tint there may be j s me mistake in the statement. The system is regar- what noint ' .Air. JJucianan wishes to recal him, but ' rwvuess. it is worth' a hearty evil aw, tuo, to near man for the life cf him, he savs, he cannot ascertain in what ' him talk of fighting lor principles and not for spoils .'!.' j Johnson vs. rin-! quarter of the ebbe the n"eut is pursuing his rc-i I should like to know if it is not a notorious fact that j Opinion by Dr 'Delusion avoids seudm" liome Iiis re- the Morrison family was always in oliice under the Every body knows it was so. Aim s sold our party to the talk about 44 old Jackson gulled by such preten E. F. of the John Smiths, and is tlu keenest Iyler man c. taut except Wise. ! ... - l : : .. - .l !... nn? Iirt fl.icr r,r tho W 111" dvnnstv ! ... . ;r .,...., pons . ami n su w.u una hm , - - M,.uu..a, .w,.. u.Ttn 4,f . ' n.hnini.tmtion b.o will come : the reason was. they ahvav brand them! Ihatsthe' n vnrtr i -n llo. .lim nllnwanen . Whi-rs. Ther mav now stop to barefaced villany, at least. Lnti ,ixcnscs for'lTncle Sam to foot. That 4Delusion' blood;" but nobody will be . i is; a smart elnn verv ! He iroes altogether aliead ßions. (r Directors of the Indianapolis branch of the j ded with great favor by the public, especially as idiana State Dank were elected a few days ago jts tf ndenev Indiana State Dank were elected a tew days ago. :ts tf ndenev was thought to be much more democratic, Six of the ten are Locofcos. Nevertheless, if the , in harmony with republican institutions, than concern go to the iievu, an me mamc win uc t.iaicu nrn th Whitq Tj-iiiLsrillc Journal. ujuu i.V. . . . , .... . 1 .i i iroin England. "v iaii'it nniuii ii - niifi m'vi'i.li tiLiit-i iii-- lid i ij i j jthe system before prevalent, and which was borrowed Detore wcsaw the report ot its diS' have slid about the same thing. Eats, it is said, de- co.itinuance, we did not know that a single cause of Bert a sinking ship ; and we arc sorry to sec some of , i J . .., -trt t i,nn!. otc repeat the hope, that the report mav prove unfounded, our best Democrats inveigled into these bank nets. ; i i j j By-the-bye, the Journal is not the only Wliig piper; vniriGrRy.i)em0Cralic Governors generally rc which has already begun to ring the changes upon commeiul a day of Thanksgiving and Praise to AI th State Bank being ia the hands of Democrats. mighty GoJ füf fU carc anJ various niCrcjcs. Vj(ig Tk tn K nVioid if nni"iihlr? wr tell th.rrn ...... ur ur) "" mv. i.V.-. .. . , - - liovernors as generally appoint tuen a clay, we the Democratic party doubu tlie purity or those whom , . , . . . , . ... ()f 4 C3 I 4 the Whigs arc willing to use, and who, if they sec the consequences, are no better than Whigs them selves. We raise our voice against the State Bank of Indiana as being a 14 Democratic concern." Let Democrats beware the Internal Improvement Sys tem should be as a finger board of warning. When the Bank sinks, like its ally, let it not be hereafter aid, that it is a Democratic Bank, and sunk under the management of Democrats. Again, we say, Beware ! Culzar, or llic ose Bower. This poem, translated from the Persian, by John S. Reid, Esq., is now ready for sale and delivery. It may be had at Turner's, or at this office. We would respectfully call the attention of the subscribers particularly to the above fact, as tlie de mand may, in all probability, exceed the supply, and many may be obliged to wait for a new edition, which cannot be completed till spring. We will hereafter notice the work and the critical m&rlc9 of the Dress and others thereon. So far as poinlmenf. But to show British Whiggery in its true g3rb, it is only necessary to read the proclamation of his Transcendental Excellency, Lord W. W. Seaton, A. S. S., the Grand Lord Mayor of Washington City. Hi goes the whole swine, and not only appoints the day, but absolutely enjoins it upon eiery one to ob serve it ! Wliiggery's foot will stick out, even in serving the Lord. Death of Dr. Peyton of Tenn. The Nashville Banner announces the death of Dr. Joseph II. Pey ton, the member elect from that district to Congress. Dr. Peyton had served in the Senate of the State Le gislature with much ability, and was elected to Con gress by the Whigs in 1813. Mississirn U. S. Senator. The Hon. Joseph W. Chalmers, of Marshall county, Miss., has been ap pointed by the Governor, Senator in Congress, rice Hon. Jacob Thompson, wlio declined the appointment. Tlie Charleston Evening News of the loth, says it Or The following lines were written by Mr. Reip, on the death of his infant daughter, Corkina, (CvIn a letter from Mr. Van Buren, dated October' a lovely child, who died on the 11th inst., of water 20, 1315, and addressed to the Democracy of Bradford j n the head, a complaint fatal to children of delicate county, Pa., in reply to complimentary resolutions in j and nervous temperament. his favor, occurs the following passage. ! 44 I feci that I may well pride myself in receiving; at such hands expressions of approbation of my ; public conduct and confidence in my political principles ; like thoso thy have been pleased to make. Coming! from those who like myself, have all thir lives sup- j ported the same principles, nnd who still continue to j do so with unabated zeal, they arc doubly valuable. I I beg the Democracy of Bradford to bo assured that I so regard them, and that as such proofs of the conti-; donee and esteem of my fellow Citizens, is for the future the only, so is it a most ample reward for! whatever service it may have been in my power to render our common Country. Pollv Bodine. Tlie trial of this woman has been aain resumed in New York. She was indicted a year or two ago, for alleged murder and arson, the victim being a family connexion of her own. But such is the prevalent spirit in opposition to the death j punishment, that it lias been impossible thus far to bring the trial to a close. As the case stood at the last dates, 2100 jurors had been summoned, Ö93 of whom had been examined, 11 challenged peremptori ly, and only 9 sworn. An order was issued to tlie ShcrifT to summon additional jurors. Morrison tries very hard to get over Iiis own pelf convictcd lies, but makes a miserable failure. He alludes to Courts of Justice, and the testimony of wit nesses. Did he ever hear of a person voluntarilyof fering his services to report a capital trial, that he might pervert the evidence to assist his brother inj obtaining a conviction, whereon, perhaps, his fee de pended J For the hdiana State Sentinel. COItlVVA. O, take me on thy arm, msaima, And kW my chock so pile; Koi my brow ii damp with the clammy dewt Which tall ia death's lone vale. My eyei aie growing dim, mamma, Like Man that brgui to wane, Ai.d my little t ngue is parched and dry, And my head is tacked with pain. Then cradle me on thy knee, mamma, And Mi'ß thy child aleip. And wipe lhe lear from it's rolling eye, The tear that it cannot weep. I hear a nound in the wooN, mamma, Like the voire of lhe wintei-kit g, riucking the leaves from thtir under I'crai, AnJ blasting the dowers of rpiing. And as one by one they fall, mamma, Methinks they ay to me. Like the tender leaf tnd the jpring-blown flower, Swret chilJ, thy d.;om must be. But do not weep for me, mamma, I fear not the w intcr-k injj, r the daiksome gloom of the lonely grave, Which knows no early fpiing. A home is ptepaied for me, mamma, Afar in yon biilliant ky. Where robed in light thy child shall dwell, With the fljw'iets that never die. Then fondle me on thy knee, mamma, And let thy arms entwine A round thy por, poor dying child. And Ci-ol my feverih brain. Union County, November 2 lh, 1S45. Geolot.y. David Dale Owen is lecturing to large audiences in Cincinnati on Geology, Chemistry and Mineralogy. He is master of the subjects, and no doubt will receive the attendance of the citizens generally. Under the Statute of 1813 (R S 1843, p. 1046,) tn ex- rcution defendant may claim as exempt from execution, at any time before the sa'e, any personal property levied on, not exceeding in value 125 dollars. Judgment re versed. Rfid & Perkins for plaintiff Perry &. Vargan for defendants. Power t vs. Devenport Error to the Montgomery C. C. Opinion by Dewkt, J. A common carrier, or a private person who undertakes for hire, to transport and deliver goods safely, is bound to usual and customary road from the plare of the point tf destination; and if ho unnecessa- and a loss ensues in consequence thereof, he a r r t r n A t f,r tf 1 1 1 fr tt tt t rmit If K T.4na nected; but another member is a Director in this : am b? c WiUon for lhp j;lainljfrR . c. Gregory for the Branch, and pulls various wires to get out the Frcsi- ' dtfmdant. dent of the Branch and get himself in. Then, of, VEnEsiixi, Nov. C6. course, the whole succession will be provided for. ! Henry vs. Hamilton. Biror to the Fayette C. C .... . . .. , , ,., , ! Opinion by Dkwkt, J. Who touches pitch und is not defiled ! A. I. Mor- j If a jutice of lhe peace j5sue aStai0 warrant on an in rison is in the Bank, also, but in a different shape formal anJ insufficient affidavit, and the accused person. on being arrested, put himself on trial before the justice without objection, the proceedings afterward are not co ram non judice, nnd void : and it is slanderous to charge a witness sworn on such trial with false swearing. A justice of the peace is authorized to try, and pass sen tence upon, a person accused cf disturbing a lawful as sembly. If a witness make a fiUo statement, but afterwards cor rect it, eo that bis testimony is ultimately consistent with truth, he is not guilty of peijury ; and it is slanderous to charge him unqualifiedly with false swearing in refrrmce to that statement. Judgment affirmed. Test for plain tiffbarker for defendant. McLean. Error to the Decatur C. C. EWF.T, J. If two persons exchange hftrses, with the privilege to one party to return the horse received by him, within a given time, und he fiil to return it in that time, the con tract becomes absolute, arid each party is the unconditional owner of the property received in exchange. If, in such exchange, one of the horses be warranted, a breach of the warranty does not annul the contract of sale, and reinvest the property cf lhe respective horm s in their original owners. The vendor of goods on whom a fraud has been com mitted by the vendee, cannot make the contract of sale as a nulity, while he willingly holds in his own hanJs, a valuable consideration received by him for the goods. A party having a light to rescind a contract must exer cise his right within a reasonable time. An execution bind the personal property of the execu tion defendant from the time of its delivery to the officer, though the officer fails tu endorse upon it the time when ho received it. A and 11 exchange horses; after the exchange, an execu tion against it is delivered to an officer, after which A and D re-exchange the horte, the officer levies the execution upon loth horses, as the property of A. The lien of the execution upon the property originally owned by 1J, but belonging la A, at the lime the officer received the execu tion, is relinquished by the levy upon the property origi nally owned by A, and by him received back again by the re-exchange. Judgment affirmed, tieorge II. Dunn for plaintiff C. II. Test for defendant. Doe. on dem. Abbott vs. Hard and Sherman, trustees, ic. Error to the St. Joseph (J. C Opinion by Black. ronD, J. A voluntary conveyance of real estate is not void as to subsequent creditors, merely becauso the granter was in debted 25 or 30 at date of the deed. After uch deed, the grantor contracted a debt for which judgment was obtained before the deed was recorded. Subsequently to recording the deed, (which was not re corded in time,) the land was sold under an execution on said judgment. Htld, that the purchaser having notice by the record of the prior deed, took nothing by the purchase. A husband cannot convey land immediately to his wife, but he may convey it to trustees for her use. Under the Statute, a bona fde conveyance of real es tate, whether for a consideration or not, passes, prima fa cie, the grantor's interest in the premises, and the posses sion to the grantor. Judgment affirmed. Lister for plaintiffs Jernegan fr dtfendints. Fither and Taylor it Slutc Bank: Error to the No ble C C DticKFonn. J. A protest made in 1842 by a notary public of a promis sory note, stating that he had given notice to the endorser of the dishonor of the note, is no evidence of auch notice. II ut by a Statute of 1843, such statement in the protest made since that Statute, is evidence of that notice The whole Democratic press of Indiana, with cne or two exceptions stand by the side of the Messrs. Chapmans and the State Sentinel. The noble demo cracy of Indiana arc equal to any other in the West ern States and we record with pleasure the firm stand they have taken in support of the State Sentinel, their faithful organ SteubairiUc, Ohio, Union, .Vo xembcr '-'(. 07" We have received an extra Political Eeaccn, purporting to emanate from J. P. Dunn, late editor cf that piper. It is tilled with srurrillity aimed at tlie Chnpmans, Gov. Whitcomb, and Jesse D. Bright, and S. F. Covington. If Mr. Dunn expects to prove him self a Democrat by denouncing Mich men as Whit comb and Pright, and quoting the infamous slanders of such men as Darnctt, ngainst t'c Cu,iors f tbo State Sentinel, we advise him to send his extras to the Federalists, for we can assure him that the only effect it will have with tho Democrats, will be to con firm them in the belief that all the Chapmans have charged against him is true. .Vcir Albany Democrat, Suv. t0. Origin of Railways. The original inventor, it now appears, of the railwav system, was the late en gineer, Mr. Fredericks of Ilanover. He first thought of constructing a machine for the conveyance of hea vy loads, while visiting the mines cf Silesia, and he subsequently invented iron rails, exactly as they now arc in ue; also a locomotive engine and a cart to run from the Dovittry silver mine, upon the Hare gni on mountain, Hanover, to the place of refinement, Puchcrich, a distance of about an hour's drive. The cart was a four wheeled one, and on its frame was a wooden chest, filled with the mineral of frcm CO to SO cwt. The jjuide sat upon the driving box like a coachman, and was able, by pressure, to direct or ar rest the cart at any rate of speed. The evidence con nected with this origin cf the railway and locomotive is proved by persons still living, who rode in it. The distance requiring a walk of forty-live minutes was thus performed upon it by the king and queen in live. The inventor subsequently executed a drawing for an English gentleman, who as Mr. Fredericks said a short tune before his death, wishes to run my new cart in his own country, us I do here. He ad mires it, and I take great carc in executing my work, in order to prove that we here arc not a set of block heads." This invention was thus transferred to Eng land, where Mr. Thomrts Gray of Exeter was finally instrumental in introducing it; and, after the appli cation of steam to boat, the steam locomotive was aUo introduced. These important facts have just been made known, and t!:ey ?bow that the claims of England to this, as to almost eery other invention made by others, arc not to be sustained. Thus the world is indebted to Germany for four cf the most important inventions : those of powder, printing, clocks and railroads. -Y. Y. eics. it A Urn examined, but one opinion, and that ofi is rumored that Hon. Daniel E. Huger has resigned There have been exte, .probation, h., been heard. Get it oo ' his S3at in the V. S. Senate and that it is ,he Cener- I., and at U,,l Ucothe O Great jFii'CM. " An to the Oregon Territory, I have no more doubt j judgment reverted. Colerick & Cooper for plaintiffs There have been extensive fires at Sag Harber, L. ! of our lJiatn 1 ,,ac hf Ncw Vfork is ? I,a,rt I Uonib. and KieretcJ for d fondant. ipprobati C-The Newcastle Courier, one of the meanest and bitterest Whig papers in this State, naturally enough, like most of the Whig papers, takes sides in favor of Morrison's Dank Democrat. We have no objections to this ; have no right to expect any thing else: have lammed the Whigs too hard to deserve ny thing better. Dut the Courier ought not to de grade itself so much as to falsify so grossly as it does in favor of its Conseriati re-Bank-Democratic friend. Jt may he suspected I OtSamuel D. Geesham has been appointed Fost icUter t Delphi, Ind., in room cf Dr. Pjif Lrs, re. moved. ' Loss at the former place nl expectation and belief that Mr. Calhoun will be 'estimated at $150,000. We have seen no estimate his successor. 1 01 l,iC 1065 al uie laucr Dul 11 musl 06 vex large. Indiana Patriot. D. II. Eckels, Esq. has again assumed the editorial conduct of the Indiana Patriot. He has been ita main editor, however, heretofore; and we judge its prospects arc brightening. We hop to see it continue to battle the common enemy. Does the person who stole Dishops money last summer, suppose he is not knjwn ! Docs he suppose that he was not 5cei when he dropped the emptied wallet into the Post Office ! Is it not apparent why the notes, and the particular torn bill was returned ! Mail FoUND.-The Mail bag, which contained a' Morrison and the whole Kol Family, are out in i . e i, tiMia i,ii r favor of, and tu the Dank. Is Mrnson promised his iroi Ijrtro ainstitnt r trtonnt Ann Willi Tl WAS BUlPr tiscd as lost or stolen, was picked up in the street of New York by a poor German rag gatherer, and safely restored to it owners. He should be rewarded. quid pro quo, in shajKj of a settlement, or otherwise! A certain lawyer in Ohio, being in the midst of a vinlrnt bn r nmip. u a ft rtishrl out of thft court room. J exclaiming that such a swell male him sea-sic.':. of this Union. I have therefore, acted uniformly acted as your representative, in favor of putting an end to the common occupancy between us and hngland and extending at once our power and jurisdiction over that country." Silas Wright's Speech at Watertown y. y. len. As for Bank Demttcrals, we would not give a pinch of Biiulf for the difference in principle between them and avowed whigs. State Sentinel. That's the talk. Amf.n 1 with all our heart. Talk about a Dank Democrat," it's quite as ridiculous as talkin" about a Christian Devil. Delphi Oracle. Court Extenses. There arc 3G3 judges in the United Kingdom, whose salaries amount to U, 132 a year. England has 145, Ireland 121, and Scotland 74. The salaries in England are 208,070, in Ireland 110,086, in Scotland 70,070. Attempt to Assassinate Santa Anna. A letter has been received in Mexico from Havana which mentions that a young Spaniard named lomez had been arrested by the police, who had just arrived there from Mexico, commissioned by one whose name is purposely omitted, with the intention of assassinating Gen. Santa Anna. His case has already been tried, and according to the letter the criminal would be sentenced to the fortress of Ccntua, in Africa. Gen. Santa Anna had expressed his perfect satisfaction with the activity, zeal and efficiency of the police. Not Allowed to Pkeach. M. llonge, having in timated his intention to visit France, received a com munication, through the French Charge d'Aflaircs, that he might travel through France as a private in dividual, but would not be allowed to celebrate wor ship according to the forms of German Catholicism. Frightful Scene. We learn from the Richmond Whig, that at sunrise on the morning i f the 3d inst., ns one of the carriages of the Menagerie, containing the lion, tiger, panther, &c., was in tho net of starting for Petersburg!!, drawn by four horses, one of tho horses took fright, and attempted to run ; this excited the lion, who roared from alarm, upon which the whole team dashed at full speed down Locust alley, not much more than wide enough fur the passage of the car. The driver, in his box, displayed great presence of mind, and at the intersection cf the nlley with Main street, and a few doors above the Dell Tavern, in turning them upon the side-walk, the wheels coming in contact with the posts planted along the side-walk, smashed three of them, when finally one of the wheels was knocked off from the axle, the driver pitched into the street and seriously hurt, and the wagon upset. The fore-wheels being by this means detached, tho horses preceded furiously, until they were stopped by obstacles in the street. One of them was much injured. Fortunately, the cage was strong and held its enraged prisoners. P.ritisii Notions. The British schooner Leon, from the Bahama Islands, put into this port on the 13th inst., bound to tlie Bay of Honduras. We haie been informed that this vcfscI had on board somewhere about two hundred free negroes, who were going as passengers, and for this passage, our informant tells us they are made, by these advocates freedom, to put themselves under bonds to do two years of labor ; to enslave themselves for the space of two years for the transTortation of these poor devils a few hundred miles across the gulf! Was there ever a more fla grant instance of oppression ! A more open act of cruelty ? Kev West Gazette, l$th vlt. (?-Mr. Rowley, who claimed to have been robbed of $27,000 on board the steamboat Massachusetts.a fe;v weeks since, was arrested at Boston some days ago on writs to the amount of $1300. It seeming that he was insane, he was released on bail, and steps were taken to send him to the Insane Hospital at Worcester The case looks mysterious. There is this difference between happiness and wis dom. He that thinks himself the happiest man ia really so, but he that thinks himself the wisest is gen erally the greatest fool.