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Reported for the Indiana S:a(e Sentinel. SENATE. Tu cntPATi Dec. 10, 1845. rimnny between Leonard Crawford and Frances Crawford; adopted ; but members were not prepared to act advisedly, which passed to a second reading. He therefore moved to lay ihe bill upon the table and Ilu At. IF .11 . I. Ill r... fl, luhiiKl flf inkalnlinti nf il I.. rrir.t.1 --tt.!. k . ..it...... .1 tlia II (TT. 1 1 fl n ()f . ....... - I TKa k;m fn nrnvir! fir th re.annralmnt nf 11 r.sl AI ILK.1UU.1 1.3S40.1. 1 " f " ""7 - II ' Mr. Duell from the select committee to whom the till to estate heretofore apptaied, subject to uxtiuit, to b pic-foed which passed to a second reading. He therefore moved to lay the bill upon tne tame inu u.. th. fee, 0r rji0ts was recommitted, repmt".! the s tme 1 by the assessors in ihc year lTö, which is to stand as the Maw .1 r ! ii inr i r iir iit'iii i iiir imiihi nanu in inni irr in iiiiru t Hi u ii ur ii-i rn iu Minsikii'L-s.LsiavB . - . a . . . z . ...... J " -" - .... . g l -...v.. av nnuivu w -00 t3CIC UlthOUt 3 W C 11 CI UV H 15, anü iCCOTu TiitMiflCU IM JM V-IC. A unrein fl - ...t.l in l..itn rv x Vi .- - I ulin r t a a . 1 vniit f A r rt . . tl. . I til .... ..wl f.... rri Srvpi! rpmiinhaices attainst the bill weie lead foun ici- to a second reading. ! Mr McDonald moved to recommit, with instructions 50r)J acquainted wiih the duties of the pilots ; after some Mr T.l.. 1-..,. t .!ni!l r.f . .Am rv IlloA tan.rln,l nliArn t.Kt.r K !., I, . I. .... .1 . I I .1 1 irlK of fl tPi .Ii k.; ,i. (K ri3&rit tr) a ihiid rf 8(1 ill if. The Senate nuembled and was cl!ed toordcr by the ' in faor of consolidating the two Ntilc land ofHcra. loca- or property, the decision on the writ of gami.hee should be Mr. Allien intieduced a bill cxpJanatory of the 1C Id sec Ah? SVA""mWtd and waSca,Ied WrruJ nanj,,,li,hi' njidMl:nwlha..ml. .t Lorna. i,i hi. f.vor. With thU ..rrn-n, h. thuiiihl bill tl.n of the Id, chapter of the llevi-ed Statu es cf 1M3; . - ---0- n Mvaau - O a.. a .1: . I f r IT, a nw'if .fl' Principil Serrctarj TtM. 0 WUUIU IIIIJtMl) llfitt IHU III liriltUII lillllUIIlT VI 1113 li'lllill'lltl HMUW VWUIIIU cliair b-'catne vacant? W n it not by the voluntary net report against and consolidation of the -jpnC and blu of the opposition on the floor? If the vacancy IimiI oc- (r0T and offices. 1 j . Mr. Reyburn s.tid, before proeee inlied to any a fw word, lie w( should become a law. Mr. Carnan was onnoaed to tlic bill, and proceeded to i ; - - r m g ?lnnv the lr.irdhij)s that wuld occur to the laboring coni- inillflltV- llll(tir fli nnir it'.,n .,C n uwMtctirn liUf tlllS. I'l bill rnnrt.l liw lh mi irilv fir ihm rrmr!i,1 .lln t"0 hands of a CraltV (TtMlltor. w ho could watcii iii V W. . - I I ' I 1 1 1 U a j currco in any otopr wa , such ns uj oram im icsigu.iinni, j j ne bill reporte1.! oy ine majrtiyior me consoiu ition ";" n-uiun, -- i we iniht not maintain this protracted opposition; no paity anj re noal of the offi. es to Logioort, and for thr hj.. P'rtunity nd wlien. ver the l.ih.rii.g man had a low dol then would ho!d prior claims. Uut the Democratic tnen,. intmcnl of a cummissioncr, was read and pa.d to a Urs due h.m, it could be laid hold of, and the debtor bo bcrs of the Senate, with the concurrence of the House, ' n.i rc uw lib ra.Iv5tnrvtdo.it. have removed the person from the chair whom the in-,. . k ... ' " ..., . r . . , n Kv:n ' T,,e b,!I wa n tI,e J,,,d ordered U be print- .' itoiTnntpd tu fi'l it. knowing tlicv had not nower in . .... . iu- ""- " n o -j ----- - i - tnemseivca to replace sucn vacancy. t c ourse of the opposition would have been dad not power in , , ' . . , , .., 1 i . harbor, was read a third time and p .s-d. . . ! Mr Vocurn rionrttd a Ii I decUrin? a couutv road a c ourse ol the opposition would nave neen cnaracienzeu , by more m:.5naoirnity than to remove the presiding ffi- , " UJ f!1"" 5 !je.l to a aerond leading, cer, and th'n call upon us to make a sacrifice of our po- Mr beawriglH olT.-red a res dution in icUt.o.i to the Jiticnl rifhrs and prejfrtnC0S,vt replace me vacaieu in.ur. rrad the first or.J fctvt.d irucs and uftiicd :o t'ac judi(i..ry co-nmitti p. Mr. I'.P'ih lTercd a hill to exempt Scott rour-ty fp.m an act appiovcd January 13, ISIj; oideitd to a sczoui read ing The Senate adjourned. HOUSE OF IlEFRESENTATIVES. 'F. IDA Y, Vre. V2. Mr. Scerrst moved to reconsider ttndameiid his motion It has b?n Faid with ccnfiü'-rfe by more tlmn one slirc-.vJ Eniiii politjcinn. that the firt d'-O ctive I.Rr-vc-t would be (Icntli to the Corn Line that the fjreat in'ii"tnv- of the lri;iiords would fill U.ftrc the almost v . ... mni)iiii(!i!5 ro:iv;-T; n. n i.r:ti.-Ii stntr stnrn, unpf lira II1C VJMiCUl iril I'MaiC Iiin;ri imiii, i iut- i'-i-jvii t ii. c X' nil'l.l )V tll Cl.ltll'I fame time they hand in a li-t of peis. nal piupcity ; whicti ' t f, T),v;j. ,,( tir? ', j. wasadit(d. !,. . tl.oy i i r- i imii i ii in ivii'rrf-iiiii iiior hum imi -it i i1 t i i i i i i aiia. n i hi i o .I i .. . .. . .... , i- nn vrvt.n!. iv an n io ret r 31 r. ijiitier it coinmunn niion i r iinni-ioncr eieclea wun a auiy I s;JUjiurr. i nia i i hp Dili in fifMi rfri.-iiii n in i miinnanoiis ! ivun j . . .. i - - ' - -- - .... -- ..r . - . - . I.. . I 1 J ... r 1 I . . . Kor.n.l lin.n and rrf. rr...l ... .bA mmni.i ee ol ways and to a fi:ect conimittcR ! one I, om eacn onSMona. .... . .a irrand levy until altered ty ine lrgisiaiuic, was ieaa a si. cotid lime : wlien Mr. Moore muved that the citlzrns cf Owen shall hard in the value of leal estate unHer oath, to the assessor at il.e f r.- i :i hy rl:tiior of 'a s!arii"T ppulatifT.. ,T..f !') i:i,ii of tl.o 'i;i's ;s i.ow ii doiiiv TO' rf bold. .i..t-. i i i ..... M. C...I.. r,, !...! V..ct.;r,..l,.n rmlrr,! i.Vr IM' YiX 111 fl lIV.! !V'l Ol till f Ml T i, ... i!. .,.v 1, H tO'i.'l l(Ul' dl'illlllHI III j I M.I lMVJ.. Mr llazilii wm i:i favor of ha iti aesmr r.ts of ical csta'c mi 1p am. u illy, a well a oi imI propeity. Mr Scawiiht mued tNnt the levy slnll iand for five yciis, i;iie-.id f until altestd l-y ti e l.rUlj'.ure ; which ;iiik lidmeMt na imt ad j ted. The bill was then couum i tfd to a c rro.ittcc if Ihc who'c llotie, for t -mono'.v at 10 o'clock A. M. n... t.i r.m..li . it t!ir St .ti l .r. !-.,.!": p in v b.ra'ed i at Delphi and iViu. ami iemoe tie same to L cnpoit, ;md ' I ...Til. - .. C II .1 . 1 1 . . k. 1 I whicn t.t th i c fi t'if r.rr .ft st V:: rir. rn' 'a.. hi lh'! c'.:vi.-iMi n Mr. V.'.i'rr 1: t::o':o'n, Ln Jn!m J'.ti-( 11 v.oil will. t!.o l ir- tr.ifj if. who ro fir tiiO rn iro nbüütioM of ti e duty on b.-rr-d stitir": nnd Fir I.oh r: I'r. 1 nd-p.if.rt! t!.,. j,,.f,s .,f ,,(. j.rit.ci;ltf and .A it uns milv a :. '. m .f tir:.rt. TIü: t: o '9. mm - w f w w w.rvr . w - - - - W nAr rtii nrroU t, nioiciirp UP i Iff PIT II llll r&il 1111 IV v I a V a v.i ax. iiivnjui w - - - able and selfish. They exercised the? power of vacating the chair : thoy have now the power of ki'fping it va cant. The people will acrjuit us from nil responsibility in the affair. We remonstrated against the net that oc casioned all this difficulty. Should we be considered ac countable, for not only what we did not do, but for w hat w exerted all our power to prevent. Wc have now contended for three days. Must the difficulty be termi- mean. ari( Air. Vandeveer moved (u refer to the iudieiarv Commit ' mt tec with instructions to muhe the laic general ! This created some merriment, as gentlemen contend cd, that by il the gentleman Iro n Orange would bo di xorced himself. Tlin lU l.sw.-nt ar rGtillr1 11 n flip id. nf lIlC fTentll! man from Orange, as he is a icidoiccr, and by making the i . e tt sii!biw general, he wool. I have the better opportunity of resolution of enquiry of the htate t ...f.. , ' u :. , Airentaslolhe amount cf Slate Uonds for whi.h we ' ' ,..,. n' 1nnU n.r(l il(.f,vrpn ,ie PCntlc. Itu Mr T.mliiiiinn. na to the eioedienrv of malt inr it - j - - - - i - " , the duty of President Judges to give charges to petit jj. rora and having the same mad) a part of the record ; not adopted. Uy Mr. Wiley, a resolution of enquiry, whether there is not a member of this House who is a defaulter, &c: adopted. liy Mr. Corns, a ..... j v : - .r . Ageni as 10 mo biuouiu ioic .juuu ii wlu m i.lnint n nvn took n ace between the cent C nated bv an abandonment of principle, and n sacrifice of . " -lcA A A-r.. .dontrd. ' V?"1 P' S?.S Xn?. P,accr... ß . . . , - ... ... .... . . -. . j t 1 mnn rrmn I .rr" mid nit; "Hilf n in iioin viranzii personal and party nulependcnce , ? e cannot consent . f a fe,oIuliirif inslructing the com- mi Ü " he motio was to ineorpon.te all the to yield when there is so much at stake ltf t a fixi he tialJmiht b e presented at thi. session, in one bill. ment of compromise and concilia ion num!l of Senallorä al 37 and Kepresentatives at 7Ä. Mr IVnni.on was about making a -peed, and call- own self '"PTJ;" I Mr. Clymer sa d. he had, on yesterday, in committee of. iZ forev.dencc to tins particular case, when Mr. Vande- honorab e party P'J; J'" 1 .jV cane ! the whole, m .vcd la All llie blanks with 50 and 100. He veer withdrew his motion. them I repeat, they ab one I, create tl w , wl hnut ßfgl Je , was hpi orJefcd ((J bc c 0?srd. tnnownf wHre'wnnV;! I waU; Tnt cWu.d pTnit eidi.g on that question. He. however, subtly with- Several other bills were read n second time and order them 0 choose from the remaining 2 Senators. We are drew the motion. It was a not fivoritenumr with him. '.ng. - reared I?- ommiinira. w.Hing to compromise, but we are unwilling to betray e live. saU tie, in a lime 01 greai pecuni iry cm arr 1. , , , rA..n..iilnn F ' I 'I'Ku r.,f ..f .1 i 1 1 1 n m p 11 1 Inn.U offered for sale tion from tlie (.overnor, inflosin- a communication . ... . - 1- -- m. ...!- i...i .. .1. ....ii...r;.,ri n..t i.r 1 .. m 1 . . a . I iriirn 1 .ikiiii'i itiniei. i.it.. 111c uhiiioi ir. i va " holders of a hre poitioti of tlie State bonds ut Indiana, expressing his belief that the communication would re ceive the candid attention ol tile legislator trict: which motion prevailed. The'bill to divorce Cithaiine Hays and James Hays Petition! ytcnteJ ,d was read a second time: when I, Mr. Taher introduced a petition ol purchasers of a- uasn aurj r.ne cauai laiios 101 rhu, it.unu iu mv knh mitlee on canals, Vc. Uy Mr. Carr, to altacli a porlion of Jaekon to Law rence county; referred in a select comiiiiltce of .Messrs. Larr, Mooney, ar.d Iranian. (v. : . 1 . 1 . 1. l.ao ntiO-, f : Hr trrido :r rnrn ns n principle; tho i icM.f r hin: If ? rt,'y watebin; Ins :i;.rr:t:rii:v tf carry it 1 ut, t! t! Torv rarlvatc i" . . .1 . prr:pn:ai!v :rivrn 10 concession i.r 1 lie sak; ot re- - . ... 15v Mr. Clements ; referred. u.a ..frio fi.i- Liti r vp irs. . - . Mr. TedforJ moved to si. ike out Logansporl, and inscit f o vrr, r.rvl to all tins is now ai.cd th ccr- Dilphi when, .Lsiaiy vt a f:-.rt t r -p, wi ll Us ro: s. p,tui;ce cf a r .... m . a.t . 1 . 11 On million, ihe Dili was reiencu 10 i:.c commincc on ca- i.oii.cu- fmivüi poruiaer t:? Krrs:mc:ii wiurn nal and lateibal bnp ;ovcrnents. The ba!i char; i Ti-pa- I ond The an election in Crawfoid nr.r(.ja fVcp-iom. i t,f irr.i;ip(j.:ic intercsl to tbe jf 1 to a select comtniitee. . of , y .ihni aU r.:iri w.j r.-atlv enlarge tl.cir the Ln wienc. b iitfa auJ , ,, ,. . 1 . c tj a ec.nl re lit .markets. It w.II o'r ( t th Lvii -Ii inar.vft from '? ' . 1 . c.. : .ci 1 fun t!ie betn'e ii;:n c:ionii-:'i:s r.n; ree.,JHMn ci i:.e pricu u ureac, uiii 1 nriri.. iiiciil. n kin i.rn .!r Filini--!-ir :n.t Jt w.9 ii4elesi to multiotv words f.,r it r. .:. 1 in. in our l)rriom.. sho;v to us that we about the responsibility of tlio proceeding, lie was should make every tffjrt to retrench expenditures. That willm to continue in the present course, and let the retrenchment, a few yearg since, was commenced. The people iudge in August next. . 1 ia!aries of our Judge were reduced to 800 dollars, and the Mr. Lane said he would ask the Senator from Miami ' j;em( memb r. after six weeks, to a dollir and a wherein consisted the great magnanimity of his friends, haf Tfae Aujllor- rfport shows our indebtedness to be and wherein f consisted the want ofit in the : Hemocrat, on ; .. lJllV)nisll usof our this floor. 1 here were as nrtny votes cast for the i De- o mei(urp, of economv. IS mocratic a. lor the a, U log Senator.. It .s ce Urn we B?e hunJm TOtcr9 bu, represent as many voters in the aggregate ai they ao. The Senator and his friend, professrelt regard for the j they are willing to be represented on this floor by but one Toiceof the people. Have not the people declared in representative. That county was established but hfteen fivor of a Democnt occupying the Chair, by eloctinj; one jean since and this year her products in the rtic.e ül directly to it ; and sending the mtjb number of Demo- wheat alone amounts to upwards of 300.000 bu'h'- cratic members, by a larger vote than the Whig members Mr. Pennington could not see why this subject should can claim. again be b.ought up this morning. The House decided Mr. Oavis uttered his disclaimer against any responsi- tnj8 question on yesterdayr lie too was in favor of reduc- bihty that the Whig members were incurring iu the pro- , ljnrif hul COu;4j nol seP his way clear as t j the method by ceedings. . which it could be arrived at. lie wa surprised at the Mr. Chapman of L. said he was not much of a naviga- course 0f t,0 chairmsn of the committee on apportionment, tor, but he knew from observation, Ihat a boat never pot . f Osborn of Laporte thought the present resolution well under way until all the steam was blown off. As I inJon',:tent wjla ti,e instructions given to the committee on the steam had pretty well escaped no.v, we can proceed . erJ on our way with accelerated rapidity. He was in favor j . Qn consijerat on tf the ubject, decided the ol continuing the balloting. . ' resolution to be out of order Jlr. U our Government one o. n'P'om.se- ( n,JJto ,ccon,i(let thc Totc given vital and fundamental punciplca have olten to ne comj ro- ted instructin the committee on apportionment as to miseJ. He did not know why Senators were so reluctant . c ()j 0e,lllt)rs an,j Ke(res. nlalives. 10 entertain feelings tow arda compromise. Mr. Secrest referred to the "ngular attitude in which . . . . -. . . ii I . . . ... - .-l!.n li r.irn I it Ml . . .a i . . . l i l ...ik. Mr. Miner sa;u ne wouiu me muw" " - a nu,nijer ol counties wouui stanu, ma. nao ciecien .:ru . m I .! :. k I 4ar. . . t I .'... m ,U ne wouia mane a luBm'.i number ot counties would stanJ, mat nan ciecieu en- voting would commence. So much speaking had a ten- al(.M X!Sl ;U2Ut, if these Scnalors should continue to dncy to irritate rather than allay the feelings of Senators. 0, lheir 0ine-s. The new districts tould not be He would propose that two of the oldest members with- jl)rm,.,j without interfering with the districts of these draw without the bar of thc Senate, and endeavor tot lf rt gentlemen. a compromise, and we as a body abide by their deciiion ; ; Mr. Thompson thought some plan might be devised which was not entertained by the Senate. i which would reduce the number, lie recollected the Tt,A spnntf thpn resumed the billotina fjf President ' course pursued, at the ...,t appotliontnent, w hen an etlort , ! was made to entirely c,tn.ui..!i bis Senatorial ilminct. ,, . I t n 1 hr Hi'k evil." I'm firm. . r'. . line luMMi(n.ll! Ii'i'il. I1J. I .PI IIS I'll IK U l.ll LAiilli nounced that of Mr. Dowers. Jr. Ho.ll wnbdre w ilu . n,hcrs! in a lik situation, did not where no principle is sieni.m!, and have an e e bin- r . t . .1. - .. i ..... i mi., i i ii i i .1 r. I. nil i mi .in -n ---- - , - - , name oi .nr. i jiks uou ruunnui.- . . , I - .l.u -......-. ..... -' - - - n At piinfiiit. Mr. Itutler then came within the bar and 41 'j'v-. .... -- read bis communication to the (lovernor, to the House, which was most respectfully listened to by that body. Mr Stapp moved that the communication be rpferrrd to a select committee of one front each judicial circuit, an equal number from each political party ; when On motion, the communication was laid on the table and one thousand copies ordered to he printed. On motion of .Mr. Seerest, a resolution was adopted, c ' . 1 n ........ . . . C M. I ntf..r fi. ft n n.i 1 1. !f reierrifijj nie i;iiiiiiiiuiiidii..ii ... . ....... ... .. lee of eight members, to act with a similar committee on the part of the Senate; and On motion, the House adjourned. Hv Mr. 1 aber, (or laws similar to Umse in Uhm and ......... w.. r ad twice and ufer.cl New York iu relation to storage, cVe. on our caoaU; re- j The bill of t.ie Sei.-.oc n Utic to the Itrred. ' Aa; oleou tu; npike co n,,iny, p ised t . . . . ... I.v 3lr. S eeth. to extend the time Ol liuidin? conns in ! 'n.r. n:.!,'i uf t he dav. Ji.d a ! ::iea ... .. I . . .1.1 c .!.....:... . . ..... t. S-itolüV- ! alter.. td 'o. ;i.cu, o.s i i .'-lua i nu ut--n. ,nn vui, i;as si Hv Mr. lliley. fr a revaluation of lands and town lots j Mr. V.mdeveer intro !uce 1 a bill t change the mole cf rinj..v put v'T ti;e dnifPtic tle:i:ai:d for nanufac r 1. I . ". . .. I. -. .;....... Ii.. fr. n fil .mit tl . llSirll U'iJ r..1 l.ll . .. Imports from Committers. pad to a second reading. ,r,... :s t :. j at i ... .: ,(. ,,n r-rr c f t j C rr.pt.n. Mr. McDonald reported against the expediency of ap- Mr. Co.ke.ly into, luce 1 a bill t ,,.corp,rite the Tr, rr j - - j U - n-r - v Vt 1 o .-ror- J , .T . . i i ti ,. r.fv.. vvbici u i t-vire ic-ad and icfeircd to a select I r.i.ir:i !ir.r,.( i. ii...r.;if .-. ...ii.' ' i .n.i ii.r i ri.'r.ii)ii pointing a reporter for the Supremo Court; which was Haute Oicy-, "loco U.ce : e f a barometer, the cl.t.rr.cttr ,f ti.e vveatht rnr.d eon- 'Vi i !.r Vi'i 1 1 ' t !. .i.,i;.l, th f..,.. of ihr. anditnr of Jackson Mr. 1'ul'or iuticluced a bill to rivorcr William and Suan c0rof.nt stale of tl.o cro:-. V.',!!, the inarUts cf i ll f., the transfer of land.was reported back without amend-j M, .tin ......it. i .... n.i in t.0 So i! f v-. rl.! t i irn . Ii In !raw tl fir Av. tl.o r ti!"lir.t i t he trans er u lanu. was reoorieu uaei wn.iuui. u...t..u-. - - - - - -.... , ,..,i r r.-nn itir torn.' . ,,',,. , f 1 ZZXtriZrui-i Jot ,hc :.:o.r pr.ict ,m!.l ,W!o t, l.c .r ,.kIi Mr. Carr moved to amend, by including thc county of l)ns,dl sch ol lanl in id couu'y ; which was read vital importance. J rn-cs woumI laicte.atc much Icff. awrence. . , i -..'a aWed ta a sccnd ie;,dirg. 'and the danger if starvation at.d inrurrectitn would t o... Ian u i cut r. ; Several other counties were proposed to bc added ; a I WhMl Ai r - . . . !... - . M..; ,r Tinnflf l f lila llll A I 1 1 II ! J lit? 1C i1 ! i - ; HIP (Ü MMlt.5 VI tllll 'llj 1 lj J'v.-..i'v ... - r V . .1 I'll . ...Tl. .t t. .- A r1 . . Ii I . I IV 4.1.1 f..I.. .. .ft. ijii motion, mo um was rucuiiinnucu m u av..-. onc JhJjc, wno.n.ii t;c cauea tue u uici mittcp. ! ....v nf i.S.10 ta ti v chit'.ceiv and other civ Mr. Hall of flihsnn, reported a bill to amend the Stat- o:iU.e tilw tik i t y ibe piu!. Oe eouits &r , with c!c:W in utes in rcl ition to clerks of executors and administraiars ; c;l( jt county, t j bc a; p untcd by !!. j i cr the clcik of the Fales; passed to a second reading. ! riicuit eou'.ts io sail r. .mumps in iy be ap; iioed the s..id I . . . " !; . . .1..... .,- a..., tv in ich I A 1 I f i a Uy Mr. Hall of l.it.ori, aain-t llie expcoiency oi nianni couit lo nm.i iw, m.-i..h. ..i -. v ......... . prosecu'in? witncscs lulle fir costs, as the liw piuvilcj eit six weeks or longer at cch lern, if the l-u.in-- rtq-n-e remrdies fur malicious prosecutions and thai timid persons i char.ge of venue ni y be made f.uin any of tlie tucuit I I I t f .-I... ...mir. t il' .In...'. . II ' vlir II 3 - t. i t t I I . i . '. I t 1 I V CO U I t . law. The report was Cencmrcu m '..'. . . . ,! . . ..i i: i. . r'.. n..i 1 . . Mr l'aikei nieiei.u i a ini n ru;iui a wi-.iui ioun : n s: j . to be i.cM t.y l' Y : c..:cnt f,f tho (Vf.clrr.cv Ir. it is tr o early Jud', with a ii. t i i . i c ' i " iil cause, and '( 1 ,0 a:ciil:i!c clo-rly. ! ut crc.f.is U t foreign wl.rat to tlio r.ip:ii r ii !,.' i , mp s-!Ki to iiave i.ctn already - ut e-f from Lp;:don. Tiie failure is i.ot ecu lo;od to ti.e vh ;t c rv. It has Loen vtill more de- cid d wi'lj p d.'.to'.-; ar.rl tl:o e ronniric cf Ktiro; c aro mo?t Kokid toon:i:ni i!y tor a j vpply, I."tc d IV:? j.r'.niit!, v.v. will lave l.tle to prrr. I i . it Wiiir.i aro mo se.ffi SENATK. ri;:tv, Dec. 12, Tiie Sonate assembled. The Senate, on motion, resumed the clectijn of President yro. i ?. IIedrs. Mlorgan of P. and Loan acting as toilers. Tiie O'J-.h balloting rcstillcd as follows : Mr. Orth, 41 .Air. Head, ft Blank, Ü Mr. Orth having received :i nvtjority of ail thc votes givon, was d rl in d duly elected Proidenl jro. ttm.y and was condirKil to the chair by Mensis. Head and Kills, wh"n lie d .-liver.'d the foIlo.Viii ad.lre-s : Senaioks: Tiie Ion neny i-; over and by a m tual concision, honorable alike to both part;es we . 1. 1" 1 . 1 . .1 . . are n w or"-aiüzed ;nid prepared io uis -oa-re iiu: ou- i unci ij iii. -...'- - - - - - - - - HI1 jui-..is" and lelening the report bacK to tae same commute; which wa wilhdiavn ; when ; Mr. Camari tnuved Ij ri.cou.mit the bill to a select com mittee. Mr Dole i).-td instructions tliat any sum between se-vrnlv-live c tils and one ddlat and tw-nty-live cents be allowed at the discretion of the board doiu? couniv bu niness. This he supposed would suit every county iu the State. 1 .Mr. .McD maid said, this was a measure that did not nf- cii cou.t in Alien c,uuty; loch passed to a secoud .cad- , tavoriue s.-i.o o. ir, .o.in mi? . a , out i, i. ,,m..o t 1 rr-:;it ;n t .e retr.oval f cue of tlie orcn'ot barriers Mr. Henry eff red i prr- nhb und icn.nTjon, setting f ith j;) jiC (.j-,lar"ijv:it -f ct:r rr.ri):::erce, nn-i Kerurc cur that in the iaw piovi lirg lor t!te conti on'ion tf tiie U a- rP lt r;i r J.orrafo-r lV.ni ti.e ili-n-ln'iJP r.nrp ,.,-hai.d K.ie canal fn" the n.!. of of cleli.'ierU PT .ell, t!;C rotten hrScH Harne, a pledge uas pvtn, tuat no cal oul to m de o . I .- -a ...!.. i ii'i ii i n i r: vi i i.i'it'iin .'. .wit iu i-ijli.v3 i.r. ..-in v r.,r :mv lt;nl lor oij wuiii. inn " ' " ".. ... 1......I r , ii... t'l.r.r.iio Koulved. Tit t . nl s Treat a henel.t. c..'iCrA.s'o;i .Mr. rv i.ftii i ih'iiiiu iivii (in ....... . .-v r-A ,..... .... . , . e. . ii . . . thetdlsc.n the u jh.ih and i.üo can! oc to leaner coucli- Tntian- Cor.N and Cotton. There is a pntldral The result is as fallows: 73d. 71th. 7"jth 24 23 21 Mr im 1 21 23 - - - - mm ofL Mr. Chapman 76th. 21 24 77th. 23 24 1 7Sth. 24 24 ; do so, buthe btlieed, some number might be agreed i t' .i l upon, ami a reduction i.n.e pi.ice. Mr. McDonald entered into a c.ilcul ition of the in creased expense, which on a fair calculation amounted to .-. .. i.;..i. ....... .r.l.ti.. tn mir ... i. wiiiiiil be 4 cents i i v?1-.) O lllii',,".... w ' at,e,l"2 ... ,,.,.. iv. ..t..:..f.i ! r,..r in.n.l 1 1 b.l i v cd i f t he. rentleman wculd preach Mr Iio-.ver was witairawn aru .ir. oiauouij tJUMmucu. r - - . - Mr. UOAers was wua.ta s .ving of four cents per head to his constituents, " i i ii ..... MrCharmin 21 -3 . t Mr. nraaiury ...... ........, rf , Scatterin' 1 therefore stood here us an advocate of a number which Mr Chapman was withdrawn and Mr. Leviston an- j j,e believed would best suit the interests of the tate. nounced. Mr. Clymer, in reply to the gentleman from Lake and Msl j Poiter, denied the insinuation that he had ottered a nan- Mr. Leviston, Mr ltr:nlhlirv. edit, pir funds; which was read and ilfeiicd to a select committee. . . , . 1 .1 . ; r 1 ...... t Mr . n ,U introduced a ImiI to repeal an act rtoviatr. ior in ui. loiiiu -iu m. i -..mi, ... n miuuivw; .111. .uci iii.iiu son, ...v ;- i aill l.irhwavs and sieam , tiiio-r uhich wp ronh Hot .o without. 1 lie men cf r . a. ... ii. - i i a ii'ifiiioii'ir imiiiiii ii'h wiii'ir ion : ni' oil ui' - - .. ticular might be alblwed to jurors. On this question in the count,, of 1; . i 1 C KVi'Al . ii i . . o.i... onnv lie: j .iima! oi'i. i.ij, .. .nv.,1 k-w . .(, ll w as limn iterial atmut speel il legi aoou. Mr. O.-boru thought that tht e.mipromisn made lasl ( n 1 , n a ,e g ..i..;..r w i 1 1 1 .ha? wo.,1.1 suit all artics-fixing the On motion, the IIoue a,j .u.ncd.j compcnsatioti to grand and petit jur..rs at one dollar .. ....,-. il. j niKiiiiipiii wrrc a tax-navm" ! i . 1.... .. . . C il.. ... l.-i.l I.....M I :i!inr i Ii f llrlltiT CP1 ilr. liradourv, ' peop.e, yui uiiio vu ui.i.i ...m w. .... i..a ....v.. Mr HopII said b had a nronf.ition to make ; that barra-sments, and it was our duty, as Representatives, to there be 23 pieces or paper oiai ked "vvliig," and '2T nt.ok- eroitotnise es niucli m po-sible. ' a I I . I ... ft.i. in I . r ml fl fc I a I !...a it... 1 i ed '-democrat," placed in a bat, and let the members a . . m. I. .1 m, ..- -l aa n draw Tioni thence; and tue iai inaineu u..... should designate the politics of the person we will unite on. . , Mr. Chapman of L proposed that two memocrs play at pins to decide the contest. Mr. Herfiman suited that thc two last candidates Toted for occupy the chair jointly; the one put the ayes and the other the noes. Neither of these suggestions was agreed to. Balloting continued : fciM 31 1 r I a u ulnn 1H 'JI Mr". Bradbuiy, -4 n ( Mr. Cofiin was substituted in place of .Mr. Hradbury. c4th Sölh Mr. Leviston, 1 Mr. Coffin, 24 24 Mr. Howell withdrew the name of Mr. Leviston and substituted Mr. Edmonson roth 67th cSih Mr. Edmonson, 5 Ü4 24 Mr. Cofiin, S4 Ü4 Scattering, I . , , . Mr. Coffin waa withdrawn and Mr. inched substi tuted. 60th Mr. Edmonstn, 4 Mr. Winch. ll, 24 A resolution ol the State Sabbath Convention now in essior. in this citj , m iting the members of the Senate and ll'tuse to attend their evening meetings, was read. On motion, the Senate adjourned. Senate assembled, and resumed the election. The 90th balloting resulted as follows : Edinondson, 24 Winchell, 24 ... ... , Mr. Howell then withdrew tho name of Mr. Ldmond aon, and substituted Mr. Lane. 91st 921 931 91th Winchell, 21 21 21 21 Messrs. Lane and Winchell were taken from Ihe course, and Messrs. Harbour and Conner substituted. The race resulted thus : y.'th Ofith 97th Barbour, at 21 21 Conner, 23 24 24 Scattering, 2 . . The me mbrrs br mutual consent withdrew frnm the Chamber for about'a quarter of an hour, to effect, if possi ble, a compromise. The members having returned to their seats, S move of the House was had. beverül mo . i: ciurrsiivclv made, w lien uon. io aujou M. -;-rnt u ti Mid motion, to adjourn were not in order, with any business inter Te Mr ?Chapmnn of L. read the 33d of the standing rules which declare, A motion to adjourn al.aU be always in order, and shall be decided wnnoui ua, i . ft ,t1, t. 1 r rrrn-it intiTP!-i nf the COieitTV. Jn assuming the station awined me by your kind parti i lit v, i would do iojueti.e t i my oun feelities did I not render y ti my ün.eic tlnnks fjr the honor you have conferred. Writ,:,. d.nfTttiahrd mark of contidencp, I can this s iviro of lour cents per bead to ins constituents, - v w d ,ell him to come down. II. own const.tu- only in return pledge myrit to discharge my duties 1 cuts would not be affected by any particular number. He j here faithfully and impartially. i . . i e . - I ...I I. I . f ! I.,..,.. T !... tl iii.i rri--il I ' .vware oi inv inu.x4enc-:i-c, r.u.m w.n --- v.u. rolv on yur liberality to sustain me, assuring you that whatever errors 1 niny cuinmit, will bc errors of tho l.eail and not of th' hoart. Trusting that our d?!ib!rati ms during tlie renuit.d- cr of tlie sossian, may be conducted .n a soirit of peace and conciliation, I again reader you y heart felt Ul3 lib?. I'etUion Presented. By Mr Hcrrimin. from W. 8. Prentice, Judge of thc Probate Court, of Lagrange county, to Ir-gatiza certain art.t rfrrrpil to the committee on thc iudici.ry. Al. c. v.r.l i.etili.ma from citiz ns of XoMe c -UTity in III "I J ..... .. rtlaiiou to the relocation to the county seal of .Noble coun ty ; referred to a select committee, consisting of .1csits. Herriman, Rockhill, and Cuppy. ,1r. (joodenow, from Henry Shiner of JelT-rson county, praying relief; referred to the j idiciary committee. Mr. Rockhill, from citizens of Huntington county in relation to certain water power or the Wabash and Erie canal; rtf.rredto the conimttteo on canals an 1 internal ! m iir.ivpmpi.t4. Mr. Read, from citizens of J. ff rsonville, in relation to a canal around the falls of thü Ohio ; referred to the com mittee on the State Prison. Mr ll..llnv. aix netilicns on tho sul i 'Ct of capital punishment; referred loa select committee, consisting ol creasing the compensation to one dollar and twenty-five ;jr. Qhorn of LnpoTtC : cents or reducing it to seventy five. This compioinise Ohorn Ins no desire to rob his colleague cif he believed was agreed upon by both II u,es but by some . - rat , j,. tl) Carter introduced tlUyU u"X: the instructions in ac- ' IhA jri.it re.lolnti.m relative to Miehipan dty harh r ro?.lai,"' wiiS rCu, cimiprotn.se of last winter, mentioned and not 0b ,ra of Lnporte, n;. re; .,rl m your pn.cr. bv ."Mr. Osborn ; which amendment was adopted. Tiie same error occurred m toe journals. " Mr. Thompson ni've. to strike out the discretionary r : r- power given to board ol county cetetnissioiiers. i I'rc"-"n rt'W. Mr. Tho np-ou thought tho House should not shove oft , . T , .n ir:n,:. r, ,v r..e,..,i.;i;,v d..Md.in? .rn the Legislature to the Toe Crn.uf.a Ins arrived r.t h -on, br.n-..i- L boards ooini! county ousiues? ; wiotn uintnuu...... iiavs later new r. iiwizi i.nti.ai.o. a .. t r. i aiiojueu. I tlllllll li.U IC IOU. " " I Mr. fi tter moved that ili' ienution be laid on the ta ble; which motion prevailed a) es 4L), noes 4b. .Mr. Clements offered u resolution as to the expediency of exempting forty arres of land belonging to persons over seventy years of age", which was not adopted. ft .' - . i . . 1 . a . I w2i..t.. -. -p ff f ra lv Ir. llazelrigg, tuai ine iigeni ui ..uic n-j."." tluslloiise the expenses of said otlico, and llie amount tint will piobabU be realized to the State, from faid agency, during the next year ; which was adopted ; also, a resolution by Mr. Lowe, that said Agent report the number of bonds sold for which we have received no consideration, and those sold without authority of law. Mr. Stapp introduced a bill relating to mongc, pro viding that, in the foreclosure of mortgage.!, commission ers may be appointed to sell, instead of llie sheriff; which win twice read and referred lo the committee on the ju diciary. .. By .Mr. McDonald, divorcing John (. Kcllon Irom Elizabeth Kellon; passed to a second reading. . .... r . .....- Uv Mr. Taber, providing tor n aming water power on ti. "w'.o.-.ji. nrwl I'.ri.. -:ifi:il unseed to a second reading. . . . . , . . ... I '... tn lt.. WmK:i.Ii ly .ir. uoorne i itapori-, in iei.iii . "- J.. . . . ' . i i . r. i ... .1 nut.o-i. !.oYer, Jivtl ar.d acquired thc in- dc; ticeiiee 1 I::e . . 1 1 1 ry wrie-ti' c t! n. (.'otto;i is tahr.ble exceed. r.ly to; bt.t il i., not wSthstand.n, thd :i i i vtf:,c j tir i , ,.' crt,:t and st.t '.de cri;: of the countrv! Take, f-r cxcmplc. j Wheat end Indian dorn. .More than one hnndred i:iillios:s ( f bt:?!iels t f wheat nre raised in the I'mtfd States ;u;d it value i not les? t!iau ci'tli iiii.ii-ns tf ltln'!ir; an arnouiit tivich e.ee;--dinj; the alucof the ' cotton crop. l'ut the val:;c of Ind. an corn much cx- ,ered cit'ier. Tiie enr of Indian rem in thc United States ex ceeds n;; !n"!f!f(-l ir.i'lfjhj i'cüs of .;;V.V. The 1 -ist ;'.!üc of this is one hundred and twenty million of doll i rs! Ti.is is double the highest estimate of the eof.on crop. Il is i:ccet-ary to ee cr.r.r.virc thrfe thin not to b ea tried away by the soperlii ial notions which are eo:il:iir.ally j-tit forth by those who see only their nrr.:'. . t . r i lT m-fiorl Ti.O T T M t millS tlf lll in- reii'i i i iioin im vyii ii v " ...... ...j , - , C. I I'l'iiii la y ' " ............ , im u i..iinn . t .v . nd to a second reading. ! i.,r tl.iv-s a.rC in that country, they are no: so bad countries arc those which supplv fond to man and llv Mr. Julian, abill abolis!,i"ii capital runibmcnt and ab u,1'r ' , .... -n.. r.,v,K J,,,. .'inrnrrtinnnf snbiioting i.nprUontnent for lib.; which passed to a se- : a, has been represented. Nevertheless, the corn mar- u. a .... .. V - in t1l'e world. ket wrs Btui on me .i,e, vn. i - T, i,.vr,1M, ... .. .,v0 yr , nn in)!n?C S'lTIV id . ..i... - ..... .I. i Inuiaii coro o.io of the ni.jst forlui.ato -ircuui?tanre ; it n r. t r , .'. , v i l ro"d i 5 :i 'i of tl etvvM.le. ('in. I. 11. ll.l.ll. i I I I . v . vv.... .... I I .V 1 ill ? 4 Jli. t ,- ' 1 .... ' J -m. S oi-rs to toe o i ni'jsl linportani iieni is tint the Eriti-h Gr.verr.mrtit have coine to the The instruction, as amended, were tlien aoopieu. - j - : I- r e..t..,'t l,n,it!,.. renorted a loll cmic us.oii iv4 lo 1 en J ' Jr Uejrtc iVti..lSio.l fr ih.. r. li. f of Tlionns Caraco ol Knox county ; which c ,rrn:n r;r .. rr,-st n!. It is inferred from this that paed to a second reading. l'ivaaiviii .v t . I "il 11 ' . J .1 . . . . n I .ntni.r!. IV Mr. ceawrigui, a inn aiiowm iiuuuioo.M .v.. .nt.u'n to grand and petit jurors in Clinton whi.h passed the rcf.isal to -J lo a second reaoing. ! , Bv Mr. Stapp, reported bach the joint resolution in re-! InrorT n r rr.o'A hl'::e.- .v vi: lali.öi to "iol and sua," with an auiMidnient for ait ap- j or l'owr.K. Dunos Ay res vip.-rs hlll'MI l lii'inoi - - J propri ilion from the governuienl for removing ohstrur- lions in the l itis o the U no river; which was ton. u,- red in, and the bill ordered to lie eiigrossco. toniher liivo been nveivrd in .... iNC ,V J tl i l.i. tl:. ;t r. 1 v, i im. , ... t I i he h:i;'!is.i nnd l renen .or!1 ,,i :.. au i-ti-, r slaves from Vir-in- p in the atl urs on Tos n y nU u;t V lli.lC.tadlllT l,'o.:"V, .. ... t . ..i t; ....:,.. t!.,. - a - 9 - ' I l.r TV I I 1 d ' r.'M II III!' 1. 1IIO- .1 i - . -M v ' : ... ! ii . rrr.numn J - er po.-.s oeL-o-.o u ..e ; rj, u:, reo in, aim ine imi. ihiiuh-.i i ii'lVO l"lri Mr. Mooney offered n resolution as to the expediency J -of iin? concurrent jurisdiction to the probate courts in j . . l " On the X.l-t of September, two ilays beiore i.ic I iiineei'or s tiled, the commanding officers t f the En"l:s!i and Fren di squadrons pasted a bulletin in the" commercial room, in Buenos Ayrcs, declaring that port, und all others belon,n? to the republic, under blockade after the 21h ; thft all Vessels arriv ;. .r ,f,or tliat date should bo ordered oil, and ail l!f Mr Osborne ol I.anort. in relation io nie n auaju ; t , . . ly .ur. w.oorne oi i..p ti , . . I In'latvnv. Mnrnhev. and LfvlstOI). - i : i. . - -. I i I V. . .arnfl rmnmill. f. ii. .,..... .ii ,i fi riimiiiiiiiiwr : ii n.ii waa itc icuu ,v Hit; V. VIIVFI. v. . ........... . y 1 '.ill. lr.'il lit Iim tirinted By Mr. B iker, to amend the Revised Statutes, so that the meaning of the word assets shall be construed to mean real aswell as personal property ; which was twice read and referred to the judiciary committee. By Mr. Henry, regulating the fees ol petit jurors in Hancock at titty cents per uay ; passen io u eeo.. ...cu ing. P.... Mr ri.hfirn of Li oortp . decl.i rator v of the meaning of the act providing for selling Wabash and Erie canal lands in tracts of 41) acres, so a to permit entries of ibis a a 1 " . kind to be made ; p issed to a second reading. By Mr. Hall ol liibson , to autnorize ine uumc u. ...u Vincenncs University to bring suits ag liust thc State of Indiana; which was twice read and referred to the select committee of seven. By Mr. Tomlinson,to amend the law regulating courts in the 11th judicial circuit, in reference to jurors, Acc. ; r.-ii iiiiru ii ti ri rt'icrreu. - . . . Mr. Hazelrigg offered a resolution that the Irustees oi the deaf and dumb ayluui be required lo communicate a f t w . I .. I ..!.... detailed statement ot Uieir act, xc. ; which a. uu.-p-ed. Mr. Baker presented a bill to amend the Revised Stat utes, in relation to sale of real estate belonging to dece dents' estates, under tho value of one hundred dollars, Ac; read twice and reterrcd. On motion, tho House adjourned. AFTr.RS005 SFS10-C. Mr. Vandeveer reported bick a till in relation to saline lands with an amendment extending It provisions to Orange ceui.ty; which was adopted and the bill ordcicd to be cu giossed. ORDCHS OF TIIF. DAY. The bill declaratory of thc meaning of the 23th section of m . . 1 i a.. ivaj - j ..kt . j...tt.rv nnakin occurred in relation to i ... Äri;,ft rr At,th rhanter nf ti e Revised Statutes was the import and construction of the rule. ... read a thiid time and panl ; alo the bill changing thc lime Th. Principal Secretary decided that the motion to ad- cf ho!J ntf lhr Plübalc Courts in Alltn c;.unjy, alo . - rn ; örder An appeal was taken irom m thc lUvisea Maiuies in reia.io., ... ,.in j . - - ZhvMr Moomervbu? was ftenvarda withdrawn. r,,,on lothe Probate Couits in Jackson and B.cet.e allovving ion by Mr. .Montgomery uui was n..i.... Tl.r. ......... -,h ..m Hr . also, n lelation to the bank ' -m , irw.i of D who moved to tJ ceit dy the amount, in i-eiuuary m e-c. ...v ..w Secretary recognized Mr. 3Iorg.ui oi v. woo , ,u .i,,i.,.t i misoriiit in the Revised . I. II . I UICI Ol cnn , iiv, B r e .i nroceed to balloting. . . . i. i , i ; . ti,. iiuUdiction of lustices of t!,e r Mr. Chapman moved to adjourn. The creiary con . , .u.l.oiize "the au-h.or of ideredthe motion out ol order as he vva in tue tnikc a' decd in a certain case tt.ei.in putting the motion of Mr. Morgan or li. , tcpealing an act in relation to compensation to 1 itr('hnnunof L. sent to t!:e desk his appeal from name . . a aju to vacate the town plut ..... , ... I ' uut'.'i . . J J . the decision of the .secretary. of Ntw Charleston in Jay county ; also, establishing a State The Secretary changed his deci.n when the appeal Klkhart and St. Joseph ; also a j ,n,t resolution for an ... l .... ... T....-.U .;u.r. tifi lririti2itr trie was withdrawn. , , appiopnation on me oi. jo-ei -r. a f..r considerable irregular division thc Senate ad- " f Strickland s al. au'hnizmg the persona journed. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE Ti'-.-rsuav. Dec. 11. Petition, were presented by Me.--rs. Porter, O.born of leuuon i , WWXCX were referred to Laporte, V lie, mu .v... , committees. acta l'I linn jr uiiii.i.iiu i - - . - ..r f .. it.nmv..lpceased. to be sold at puvate propv.tj 4.. ...... ; "v-r ... ...... r c,v.n. sa e; also, to trrtucc tue n") ' i . . - . r : I... ,n roitilll rM The t ill to extend the win oi g..iiM-..MT was lead a second time. . Mr.Obborn of Laporte propped to amenu; wum Mr.Scc.e.t moved to indefinitely H)Jlne. Ä, v r,,.,r.siti ,s of this kind haj been voted t-.w . 1 ' r.., it,, int tukcntv vtars : ana down, on uilleieni tirc oiJin, ' j " ' " "I " .... ... !..!...... m.wiltp nt down, on ui.ieieiu tcc t".j.", - - - f -- . f ..,.. pu'cnmr.., ... ocU ,r ... ..,,, ..,, tc,, Tnpu r net ui ui.oiioi" & .1 i hp inen it ocecoej io s..v - expeuxuej .. ... ;n ,he reottrt of the com- le, u'c.u l0' r , . , r..w years ago, in con- collector ; ana on tue .''""r 7 " " , . . ,,.,.,:. unaeriae ope a, to,, , ' f c, uutlV. ,,,islatii. mittee be concurred in ; U was tuUl jeomnoe 01 u,e rmoiru- - - . . vrs G. noes 27. . . . was a.mo, e . .c, . wA w... ow .,-. lo lhr j . 1 . ..M..i,i,r tne vote J 1 iiL-p the i,rn.iuiu:n 01 . ciuii : - . . Mr I'enningion mo,cu w - - ; jn Uvur l(f c,jU , and cnaci ju.v.ce L n . 1. .t .l .. - ... t . m nn pr inni I In a . . -n f. P-nn ntrton satd. ne made me mono... ... -r-- - - - , . . nM,.i,ji vindicate me diu 0 . ... t.. i.,i nn I tie tau.e 1 .or ws.mni m inoo.i., . ....ii ii. rr r il uc i im i.ri nrnrp.i ii ihe mourn i'.-..... -- i.i..i... .,.. m ,nr oi inn cone-. ,u " i" further examination; which mothm did no pre, ., -J - , Ucl en ' Äy. He did not go this fa, Mr Stanfield reported a?a.n.i .-ir y - hear the gentlemaii'- preierence ior .1 .,u ft r nurtioiti.ac; wiiiu, " - j . nt personal 4 curred in. . .,., 0r rp. Mr Thompson reported egainm it n, the compersation of collectors of revenue; which ducing the compersalion " "Ä .rr'por.cJ . bill 1. .to th. .Uth of th. 8..I. from Cono..i!l. , S Om; h.ch P....d "m" Do" tT..rort.a Mil todi..ol. lh. bonJ. rf.f ami IIT: nil pui I I 41 ..v. . r - . . . r: : n.n, f.M- debt over this meaaure llie nuiuus law 01 iii.i'. iv.. ----- . .f i .i: i .v.. :r . mr, r,.l nronertv or dtbt due htm they should be liable for his debts. He W.lh"e " no State that had abolished imprisonment for Jdebf, but had authorii.-d the writ of garnishee or some other short ... I- . ll,.i rIilild Ot course of compelling debtors to oiscnar8o - VMt Rouneiu thought aomething of thiikind ahauld be Mr. Bcrrr. from citizens of Franklin county, praying the incorporation of a Lutheran Church. The President submitted to the Senate the annual re port of the State Bank and Commissioners of the Sinking Fund ; referred to the cummitUJ on the Slate Bank. Also, a communication from Conmissiooirs of the Sinking Fund ; referred to the aa.ne committee. Also, the animal report uf the D. rectors of the State Bank, likewise referred. Ai.n a rmnmiinic tion from Messrs. Monis, Brak", and Walker, in relation to certain charges puferred a;ainst ;.. il.oir ..(fi.-iil eaiucilv : referred to a isclert com mittee consisting of Messrs. Margin of D., B.Iis, and Howtll. Jteparti from Committees. Mr. Akin, from the committee on Titiance, in relation to tho reduction of the Sta'e expenditures for the last fis cat year, in accrdance with a resolution, showing the pai lir.Our nf lieh rrduclion. Mr. Hamrick, from a select committee to whom was re ferred thc cut ji'ct of ametiding tlie State C onstitulion, re ported a bill ; which passed to a ecoud reading. Mr. llollovray, from a select committee to whom was nferrtd sundry petition on the su'j 'ct of granting a char- ter for a Lodge ..f the Independent ojü r e.iowa, rrponeu . . y bill ', ordered to a seco; u reading. JlcsoJuticns. Mr r,lmonnn. tliat the Acent of State bc requested to reiMjit to ti.e Senate the outatandtng bonds of the State, .. . . a I .;...Li iih lhi for wh ch the atate nas received no ripji,cut, "im number and date thereof, and by whom held. Adopted. Mr. Wood, that the committee on eduenti n be iuiiuct rd to report a bill for the permanent location, &.c , ol the "... . a 1 . 1 Deaf and Uutnb Asylu-n. Adop'ed. Mr Berry, that the committee on education bc instruct ed to inquire into the cause of the ios. in the State 11.1 versity fund, and whether any lcg!:.i:i n is necessary to prevent a like recurrence, ivc. auop en. it, titl..r that the comtnittrc on education be instructed IUI ,." "I - - to inquire into the expediency of fixmg by Uw the tale of a . . r . . I . .: paw . t iiar interest of the surplus revenue iunu bi i i w.... annum instead of seven. Adopted. Mr Cuppy, that ihe committee on cmals and internal improvements, inquire into the expediency of requiring the tolls on the Waba.h anJ Biie canal to be paid in pr funds. Adopted. Jl His Iillroduccil. Mr Bead, to authority Ihe Trustees of a church to Jiffersonvilltf to se.l real cs'atc ; oidtrcd to a second i:.. Mr. Pomcray, to amend the Ofiih section of clnp'er 12, .. i?. -,...! .sinmiFa of 184'Ji rulea were uicti.led oi mo l . . v. -- . . - and read a second lime, and rekrred lo uie judiciary com- m Mr' Miller, to authorize the sale of certain school land in tl e county of Crawford ; pissed to a second reauing. .Mr Pa ks. to allow additional compensation hmh. au a;... f M.iriran ounlv : nis-ed to a second reading. u'1"' " o " . . ..... v. ' Mr. Barner. To lepeal an act in icia'im io rrmv5 . ......nt.- n.i.i.t r a K. to. ul rcaduiiT. ! Mr. llamilck. lo cutoi.ti a Mite ioai m oc of Putnam and Clay ; or lcied to a .econd leading. Mr Hiell mov d to tike Irom lite taroe me oiu i ... ... ..." u.imont .r nilou t-n the Falls of thc Oluo ; which was amen led and recommitted to the sunc committee Uli ceitain lern mstrances and communication l.om llie l noia d evented by Mr. Keid. V The Pie ident pro- te n. laid before the Senate a report of the Truc es of the Indiaui A-ylum f ,r the educ.lion of the Dcf and Dumb ; Uid on the Uble and ÖUÜ copies oideied to LVriniU1vbuin presented a bill for the relief of settlers on the Wabash and Brie cai.al aad-; onleied to a sccoi.d read- ""'... . .. .. .. 1 ... ..J AimnntfA nt. IlillS ol InC lioiee were ii?,, up au w,-- The bill to attach the county of Laporte 13 the elreiit,i Judicial Circuit was Ivid on the table. On motion of Mr. Edmonson, the Statte tdjiurnen. rival of t!u Cii i:ie. :!!.); have earned t.ieir i-itei u vc.i to a crisis. 1:1 aet'.l i . ...1 ...!. lLl-- Il 11 1 .111 W a certain cnn . - . . p.. m. 'i'i. ...,.n th , it,,, ii.t;tor of Stat., report the ciditederaaoti. II .'II. 4 1. '.llj'". .., mil l.i, l amount of h-m.U outstanding ex. lu-ive of those lor the Wabash ae.d Brie e in al, to whom sold, when so. d, loo d tie of ihe bonds, &e. ; adopted. lty Mr. Wilson of Marion, as to the expediency cA re vising the common sc hool law, tVe ; adopted. ByMr. Webber, of amending school law, so that trus tees imv administer oaths. &.e. ; adopted. Bv Mr. Vandeveer, a bill amending ibe schuol law; i i i...- pa-isril in .. hi iiiiu iT.ii. i.. j ill Bv Mr. Coon, to authorizf. ihc Superintendent of the chare; an 1 bud. Wabash and l'.ri. ran al to settle with V UUaiii r?i 1 1 ior limber Ihr the Wabih and Brie canal: read twice and ...r......l f.. id. ... . . .1 1 1 , i t ! .o 1,11 I'.lll.ll.. iVf. By Mr. Cox, for the relief .,1 J.din Drummond, (for a , divorce ; passed to a second reading. i By Mr. MeCormiek, to locate a State road in l.ppcca- j noe county ; passed to a second reading. j Bv Mr. Osborn of Laporte, to vacate certain lots in the , addition to the town of Plymouth ; pawed to a second reading. ,. r i;.. m. rn,.r. .1.1 nlwdiJimff imrriarfe licenses irom the clerks of tho circuit courts and making it the duty ol The trial of th-J a',.dilio:i."s:. (ei:i.?n of 0!ilo.) . . . . i t .. . , f i .... . a.-.l'..., I lirt II. ,',.'.., i w.i.'ii.er i i.'j i l i ii.ij.:i.3 . . niuuu i..'- j rivh ti u of Virginia at tho timof tho act. r.r.d tl.ia i- t t he v-ttlfd bv tlie denen I oe.rt at 1. iciitnonu. Viririni-i claims that her jurisdiction extends to thc wesi bau! of the Ohio river, and the question is, what is to be regarded tlie wert bank. Trvc 1'ovi Oflii-e for ISic? Male Sciiliiirl. .f.,.;,,,, C,.nvtu. Piketon. Clermor.t, Allisonille . . . i.i . . I .1.11 l.t, rr- 1l-:1l-l1lf. . . a .1 I neutral vessels iu pr. si.ou.o n'- - Webb's Farm. ti. rmantown, Uumbcrtand, cw ue.ni-i vridll the hloadm- s.pnor m . . .:R'i.t.i. allow no more than the lit.-vu (iiys, it wotiin nf mi- uc:i,!rhi; Count Ilamp'on. ruirCeld. II, lleviiic. possihlo lor the Sll.I'S . . . . . in on r. e:t veil c i wnn.i .. t-,;, . ,evv vv lt.t ncaier. oiu-nsumc, - " I - . . .i r"ii' - - m 'r.etn, t load, for th" decree tnat Bovis hau ;s- rM) y,ys .sa-,.m. sued a foitt;iol.t i icio-is cmpelled all ti.e inhaln-; jUmUnn Couuty. W, stf.cld, Xublcsviile.Strawfown, i . e Ii I ...l...t. 1 -..- iv rv 1 flirs - taut-1 to drill l: tn i UM) i . m., wn i..erro. I ours of labor afer the Cut.,i;i H'-'U -c closes in the; Cwntr Lebanon, Th-rn'.y-sil.e, Roymn, " i !,,.-, vii It i .'e Vi!l.irc. IS'.otl.fict.l. i in- .- - . . . . c him. f.- to t he M Cntm!;j. .Viooresvi.'c. ..lorroviri. inj'... , . . re several aft'Mii't it. Mir mwcüe Wl 1 I; Ol s J..- ..... A -nrri -.in r.irrvinnN. ' oere ves- !s 1 'It II I Ij . ... .- -- (, i. (Irec i .field, Sugar Crctk, Char- now on Willi till their wt'Y tV-in this poft to Buenos Ay res . . iii.. nl.. Pl I. ul. -Ii. iiia. Bd. n. JJnis',11 Co uttu. (irioiitviir.il, Franklin. Far We.t. filthy Co-.nifl' P.ca-ant Vie, ShelhNviPe, Morris tov. 11. llie Ciet US Ol im; uiiim - ".... ra - i Iii. I IJIf.'1 ' 1 - . minors to procure a written permit from parents and guar-, ( h ii r tli .; ,,,..51, perhaps at a great oss. dians previous to inarria;,. rites b.ing reformed. loherve s-d-J aio 0:1 their way from other ports in Mr. Cookerly moved to reject tl,,- In I ... . ! Cw.1;itrv . itl Will be' ,nered off, at a hiss .Mr. .Mcllonald s aid, ne 11 10 imumi .... .-. j . . ... . . -sary lor CUT providing for a record, and preventing the marriage of ; to their ouner i.l it not L . proMuov ior a . ,V... ir. n.rents on .rni-nttiont to increase our naval t rce in ti.at i- persoiis under ae wnnoui ;n'","" 1- .1 . 1: 1 .1... l:. ....., ii iiiiicis fiiar(ii,us.iinu'iic-'.i.c.'.-".. - j ii........ . . , . - ... , . - t he dollarnaid to tlie cicru niigi.i oe na. .. j (lC rjeu. i:i: u .nu. ....... , - ii m,...-..-, , - . . 1 . . . . . . I . ... rn'n.'innt nnd 1 1. .. .1 . ,..l 4 ... t n 1 1 !: 1 m's . Mr. Cookerly lliouiil inn pres.-ui 1.. suiwv.v . c;Ut r:l frro:ls proeet .inS nave hup p "u .... - t Tin rndi:iii:tinl. n:ii -telle Band he marriage of ; to their owners. W i.l it not be nece : v o r .. ' Wl!1 giv0 a conceit of IrMuimeiital Mumc, in thc Repre otn parents on irovernmcnt to increase our naval f ree in ti.ai w- ft!lt:i.:vl!Mu:j oa Tue-day evening i cxt at half past 7 issary and that j n;tv 1 " r oVI-ck. ., 1 rn- . :,. i nrMTirni io ri osener.CC Oi tiiO-e , ii;,rm'ii Dec. 12th. 1 S 4. 1 of cooromti.eation, d.n ct or urltrect, with ihe nps-p..s , MBinii::t RKPoitT 71?. .rji:.,o.f n' X k.? ..f,...:.or JL.!W mvst' .1 a il . . . - ....it 1. .....--..! nt ft.f'P. l ie in 1 misni as v-.. 1. j. . " . ... 7 ilm I..1I mid .IP 'l'l.. ...- i i .mi nil r.' iTi 1 11 1 im. .1... ....v. . ine.p. .oM ... ,r, ,.f war id 11. b. -u. aim u n. - m.'-V v..f. T.i. V:itl ht. cided in the Ml.r.iMt.ve, es . .,... t. ' n d. in Buenos AvreS, 111 t!,o0 id the pro lUCO ami , "Tt. .rv.v,nr.is.,edeihty- llv Mr. Clements, a bill to amend tun aci coa.ij;.. ..... , 0 t .... t .. c.-tsts of 1 ho rfiAlll ' - r , Ti I .r.. I,. Marlin COlintV passed on lis l O VSIS, aim m oie pot .3 ...... v .. R Vli. ,.vv , ; lr,? vii ne of holding prob He courts in .Martin county , 1 . 1 11 , . otherwc or- T , Mril 1 ,,.a. ira.b r., i4epu..u., t-. 1 ,T(i M;iItll!auu,,t d iiued, proliibi.ed. : , ,.., r., i Tu t L iks, 1 . 1 Cm ...l 'i 11 Am ii.'ii. trs, H.wri. Mr. H.'i?nn, wh-.. recMiily rciur.;e.. fr-m ;, A,.(.IlH - mrrct evpedite ii to ilnvti, t" h;e; h- was -rdend T1 ita..n ufirer.. .i.v. .1-1 . j . , . 'i si.su Utlnit-r, . 1 ....... v - v ir 1 1 1 ;n 1111 1 . 1 : i w. c ---- nn. r 1.1. ih'!;i ' LS.r li.i a.. 1 time .1 1 : - io a pecoiiu i.-.Hiiii-. . ., By Mr. Stanfietd, ta chance the name of Edward Haw kins to Jjmcs llite ; pi-sr-d to a second .ca ling. . Ity Mr. I.anius. for the relic f cf the bens of Michael Boss; passed to a second rca 'ing 5v Mi. Webh.t) amend the UevheJ St dates m relitnn to Ibe width of cjunty roid; d to a second reale.'. by Mr. Clymer, to increase the c impensauon d giat-d J .... . . . I... . . M . . I ...1.1. nnd netit iarois irt Klltiiait, slo. ; passcu mir voted it Is sild, a lo:ii: tii.tl u tnonie r.-jiuion nn. , .Jo p,.r I st To riiys . h,,s, 4 To l.trtjris, 4 To Mr. li.itnc, t To I "aniiets, I To T.-a. I..T. 1 To I Int I Keepers, "2 TuOiliirisof L'. S 1,1. 111 N.ivv. 1 To I'ioC hi Mi inry Acad 1 T Biltor, I To I'cxikj ;U r, 1 J o laiit n, 1 I Lives Injured. a 11 y 4 il At my. 1 nihctr, ....!:;. i.f t .0 ) .if c .rnvcnwMciu 1 .v.....-w--. i ii it i 1 1 i ' 1 1 r-. , i . . i ., .t, i,i t t . - . . V . . . I H I.IUO' v n . . . ...-.ti t bi. Pri si. en. s 'lessaire u v imjp.. , ... . . ,. ... t- r .i -....i.r,Qcr.iin u ri iiiii.-uti, -- . . . it.. tr n.wic f.i nmeriti i ie iicvicu owwu, , . :..... I. -t,.i-i...i I . ... ...... i -..nr,nr. "j . . - Tiie su't-ta'ice ol t us report eons i?-i ui .m m-. v.. ...... i . . .. Hvm! 'wilev.'to repeal an act legalizing the contract be- ' K'cMeitdn,: ttnny years back, f th- proxies. : '''..y. ' M. ROC! XSOX, Pre sident. tween the White Water Valley canal and llcury Valette-, lh(. m 0 raCt. ;n Hnvti, at.d their utter r:apr.e;ty . s ,.)SI, ,,,1 M lnAUn. which passed to a second reading. , ( ..vcrn.nn.t. It is also said that a project i -t. v v . - -- - - - - oaOKUS OF TUB DAY. ; t-()i)t ämnM the Sp-u.isl. populaltonol that island, sA Xj ; or M'HOl b blaU The bill for the relief of the heiri of Willi. rn rinn.k ; u itß i.d.nbitants, lhr the purpose of reducing B I t:i ro, f "V!--" deceased, was reidathi.J time nnd passed l alo a b 11 au thlt P0U1.' pMl'OSlt loll for '(.. tletr.) vn th. i ltIil,V, ,r,,t4 th dizitg ine iciu nn"; u, ... r. " ... ana " ' 1 . v . ai.1 has been m de to the L.M.eo .un. - . . (.It;, ,M.r.. J, The doennient will he a very curt m. o.ie.a.id ut.l b a..- n ,u .;f i '- ftr ,;i1t. ,,vlUrt Cd fur With interest. Tur-.tav.ti. Wh dav yf Jyt,.,.rT ,. . Z''t! i lOiiclm k, A. i. a, 1.1 . ii."-- - .. r 1 7. ..f .., ...1 inn.U in llariis 1 and n ti e rei.e. to puiuuni - , ,-..,1,,.;..- ... .... .1:.... ,.,r Ini Hats at d i. .una. me an-r count es ; aeo uou.n ..v V , alio, far the relief of certain pu.ch .sers .,f .c .0. j. .,n tin Va ide.burirh count v; also, for the re .cf 0 J e h . . . j:.. :.. . I ..f-.m an. I kIiz l J anC lao oat I , i:ji nciuer ; a is , m ....... s - . n . t ". r 1 ... 1 . . ...,,-,t.- cmi'ptnr in t'l- 1 also, crnnging initio... v. ,,nl!)crt r, a; . ,I,C ICICl Ul ! r or in th- bp-,nni.l- of this .0 o,:t;,. up- a. ua,,, ... a c, 7 ;, p irl of w ...r tl Hiltlteel- ""Cbm f;;?,r,Xr .f r.cM. .f -J oa, ,e ,:Uc ,i.at,t.3 ,( i- , line ,n.l .cfc ,.-l. ... ,. ' ,.l,iM ,:, J ,-,J. .Wy '"'"'. J"" Vn V v ! '..'."".i' ' V! f. ,1 , iav .r.Tv.iV. .1 r."-' i" """..'" . i' J.iUvl i Cans U-t.cr, l.v ''.!j" !l ''V IÄÄ'Ä" i i , ;. i,.dd in the ."rrcnt Northern Railnnil, id u inch; , i;, nuafe. and the residue mi very b MOI"""v "... . . . .1 .1 t I 1 11 ,l,r. ' ..w. l....r-.t n.....l,;lvi 'it had been sold at three hundred Seve.al bills we.e lead a s.c.nd tone an. orocrcu - enirosscd of cemmittcd. . . r.. nf' ..u ti. ,tr,.l- hold bv rue bill t, encourage manu. ,ciu,. , r . : rt.. ';..r... It s?om certain " PaVS i .. . t ; .... mit.ee on cor;.,.M.i.ns. . . iist year niuountcil to moro i . a. .44....-- y -Mr. Vandeveer mived to instruct toe c im-n.ttrc ty inc j Vw, ond that its aceouilts, wl.Ctl .j:..,i.iiiih;iiie mineiide a a lait of the bill , Lit .iy . .' ' ,..:ta! en.nl to th... pmiie tue ni'ii uu' .."j .---- which he withdicw for th piesent. On motion, thc House ad j umcd. irrriNOJN sr.S?I0. ii .. r.mmtiniCUl'Hl t.w 1. i 1 era . tim rnuniT . - ....,.... . I).rt: 14j. I 11. .MIINnt.Ml.MT- fattrvJ ifltn. :1 l),c-l'-',ll,K,J' ' Mnmtrounty. 1 sU i)i.iiiu-u. .-I"-" - , ' 1 , 1 . ! whole budget of France ontrth;n- Iiko seven htm I drcd and twenty millions." (About U5,CUO,0l0.) Th. Speaker hil bef .re ihe llou-e a comrnu . . the Au htor uf State, in rcfeience to the n 0 W pjm l!nl the J; l!US ot Ln ing bonds, &c. in which he re etre; 1 t o h s t ' about t , m .rra.-einits f tr thc eanttminl '' j;; y t -.Wp-vei .og.vc , VAt of faiKviV d,p0s,US, cO US to the Ajjent of Mate, ai a.une no 1 i.M- 1 ?!, .-urrenev. land and Fran-e c reciprocal re- to obviate lie- . . r .. . A fl . iii i.riJil "" . rn.riii nn i.l 1 j w full inronnitl.n t!i! " iiici" i- ' V ... .. 1., ! ,rt"e in: oa. bond, Hare is no means of knowittg a, , held by one reron to nay ia - ' ... u ' Mr. Thompson movcu in ti tor - - -- ' -. .1-- nr. .., WIS llO.t ''irÄ sr:,,t. wj.;-.,!.... - 1 III. Ol. . pjijriosicd. real a second line an 1 ..... o ,1;n ,1 Thc bill to encourage the Huof nt hs t ie , k tobe paid out of the Sutc trcaiurj , w-s re. tu :Thfr tn m:nrnl the bill by excepting prat iir. llieiti "I tl Mr. IMiiiiPglon ni"" , m.. tieasury. pir. u4cui: 111'. ;rw, when r jt ;SstaUd there are ten females to ! upon thc table. C ALI 1..VA. J f , adi l!lc.ro .v m .king out a , ooe ori-e in Calif 1. .1 .a, : -1 . possess iarre iieueu pi-M ;--i - ladies are de ,cr.b:d as bein- beautltuh vjnXc. y.u..i ful, and exceedingly virlt: .us, but anxious t.r Z l, i,d and cous.denne bo ,ban is. v e nn'.icipri.-. au. r . ...11.. I. .... tl.it P;i 1 if i.rull .l!i tiiese tart, are ,feiierun uowi . x...w. Mate Ü Si:;!::.": ' !,,s,c? ,. lh ovc l a u vtk rc. rr, Novc?:rr.n 1 1 km, lb!5. t C-..H I nline . m. cf J.orrs Ueinhi'l, deceased. v. '.tJ'i'eiryld'l, Alci inJct M. in 1 ti'l. J ph bill and otl.cts. Cor-nihit of I'.so'vi-y. Cl'lMT. iviw the sail Joseph Ltimoie, aümitibdiiti ' f oil d.c -ased. and it sppcaiit- to tie Court that ti e w.its Im iein iMid 1,-vf teeti rftuocl seivcd n the said defend oils, iv-jt sail Jos.ph Kci iy hill, and on mutu td ,id a '.iitiiistia'tT this ciu-e i cor.ti ued tithe rext teim cf ih-s To-tit, t pab icatiou otdeied as to i i Joseph IWr ihi!liu the Inha.ta St te Sentinel, a weekly ncwjpiper PUI lOllC.l l 4 ii-: Mil . is ... .- . . .tosei.h He.rvbill that suit petition f o-olve.cy ri m pen ling in Said Cojrt, and if not plead io or oed c ,01 lef.oc the ca.lieg of the cause at the next te rm of t:.,u.t, the same will be .aken as ccncd nd t.t.e s0m.. t him. P.v cider , f the Co ot. A'te-t, Caiccs & ?"i-t. ' fjrVlr-'l-- 0 (.i.'.oi. t LEVI LAN F.. CT. ö1-3ai 'avs prcrailel. t,miitv lid lost Iiis arm in one of the Lowell factories bv pett.n entangled in the n.achiu crv The compart v kindly cave him $o;1. and the hands employed m'de up Ih're tvwii Johrs U the u:forluna tc toy. - . . - .. .T, .-. I'lllllllV. ft T tI.eN.ve.'..r le' mi f,,i.l., deceased, U. ä Midro' d7,;ir7l..t ,'rre t',eref.e r-faird I ß! r-enr ,.i..ntr,i iwHtM fr n M r. fjX jjTrji, Aim. irivioent. ' ia 3.vli5 pro! rl to P'tV .Nf. ,li.-rt IS, 13 5.