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Bloomington Indiana Tribune (Newspaper) - December 4, 1847, Bloomington, Indiana Ines a own Mili the one nation were really Hor or men or As if the army Wor tiv people horses. That would be Mal lations of the two sets of object whereas All we ought to look for is a i Poydence Between them. So in parables and enigmas and the like. You must not in Reading the Beautiful Para ble of the sower and the seed a for ism nce think of a Man scattering Goysic truth out of a Basket or Sheet tied round his Nock by the j two corns holding the other two in Liis left hand while with tie right As with wary Slep and observant Eye he goes Ove a the furrows he casts abroad the precious Grain a nor must you undertake to dig up the Quot cares of the world and the of riches Quot Loith a in Stock As you would the literal Quot thorns Quot which Are suffered to grow in the sluggard s i Field. I am really ashamed to go any further with this lecture. Let not the Reader however blame inc for stating things so obvious to com n on sense thai Oik Wou d Iliin. A child of j six years of Ltd must Tinl Cistand Iceni for 1 in Lead to show Jiuji some folks not Eli Ildren Feria Umily in a a a cd Noi in Limo Cencic ii is Likely have understood or affected of in moors Vihl or. Wylie in much the same Way As if one should suppose that a vice in the Buind were to be eradicated by a grubbing Hoe or As if Jesus Christ by telling his disciples How to get the better of an eur my advised them to treat him As it is said the Savages treated poor crawl bad when they Quot heaped it Alsol fun e on his Hetty Quot after Sirsi taking Olf the Scalp of i Luicir Viii in a circumstance of nixed in the gospel directions. Did Ever any body i Tervort the meaning of words in a Way so monstrous reuder you shall see in our next. Pacificus. on Hist in tier gov. Vol Witcomb has it Only Niril so Andily to improve under tie id vice o1 Iii Phi it i i in. La is a Iii or renin. Tint he in s Sii Mumi no per nine it or Histing in Virv it a ill to it rail >ii1. Tit in Rirs he re a of a i cd or it a i it no or Disi s or Cut a a Luis oils Whilt i. Sever in is were it arc Idy sol in yield rat it i i a Dir oks Tiei in Kimii Iii Viyo Rons cons to a r t Tiki it. Asili a Riff Little or no pain u resist Well hid i los Elt in incr Ibl i portion of i Iii be f Iii d ill a if Elfid i in cars Vitinu with itis i Iti a. Lie is it will lid Ever Tom weak to in so Lii o in Rons or to Itlen Toini Icli Kire of l re int Thoi Sij cd c Indiana a sidle san incl Yle de ranging flip Dpi less season when toil and Fatiga tia ousted an Early repose will again be re United and a seson of recreation for the intellect uni and social Powers will ensue. The mind must have food with its Nin sements or else it becomes morbid and senseless and what a never failing Fountain for its improvements is provided m the family newspaper. Among our earliest recollections of Delight is mingled the arrival of the Post rider with i weekly treasure flow our hearts beat with Joy As we heard his h in sound in the distance heralding his Apro ind when the prize was drawn from his Well stored Saddle bags and thrown into the door Yards of our Yogi Difili Home what Accra Nile sued among the juvenile portion of the household to r the news. Tim s have a hinged since the Jse Days and lightning rail iinds steamers , Dis Tri Bible the news throughout the Irti Gili and bread Ali of the co Guitry. I ii world is Rife with news and there is no excuse now for a want of intelligence i any where in the coup Fry. Take a newspaper and you do More to secure the morals of Vojir Chikin n and prepare them liar Liilian usefulness with two or three dollars than a five times that amount bestowed in an j other Way. It is a duty which every father owes to his family and country to take a newspaper. In cultivates a taste for leading and spreads he kit re the mind o the rising generation a Chart a if passing events of the age which they will consult find will by so doing add daily or weekly 1<� their Stock of knowledge. No person who reads a Neva Sjo Aper regularly and carefully goes into the world without a knowledge of its doings that secures for Liim Inte licence and respect we say toe Erv my and every Man should say to his neighbor Quot take a be is inf or Atalanta a. Enterprise. In Hess Iofi Orleans papers Thith instant by Liddie amp cos express hey contain advices from Vera Cruz to the 6th instant. The news is not very important. A body of 100 mexican lancers commanded by Dominguez brought Gen. Scott a despatches through to Vera Cruz. They were attacked twice by Torr Jon and Vamos and suffered much though they did immense harm to their opponents. General Scott has 450 of these lancers in our pay. This is a new feature in the War. The Points on a Road Are to be occupied and the Road to be kept the Are quarrelling among themselves and have had hard fighting. Major Iturbide a amp been brought a prisoner of War to a new Orleans. The Hist manifestos of general Paredes and of general Santa Anna Are published. Paredes accuses Santa Anna of treason to his coun try and of Selling him Paredes u or. Polk. Santa Anna denies the impeachment with great Sentinel. Oicer we understand that the directors of the Addison and Indianapolis Railroad compan have procured the services of an exp to ended gentleman from bits Toni to the Nui using of the cals. It is Ipi Ite pro Balde tint we shall now a e a less number of accidents to record than heretofore. 1 ends had transpired the result of which 4 not known. All the Porta on the Southern Border have been blockaded including Mazatlan. Terrible disaster on the lakes steam be put unix learn by last evening s mail that the Steamer Phoenix caught fire on sunday morning the 21st ult. When about seventeen Miles from Sheb Zagan on her Way up the Lake and was entirely consumed. About 150 persons were lost being either burned or Market. From the Cincinnati papers of nov. 29th, we learn that the hog Market continues about As it was at our last quotations. Are quo ted at �3a3,16, per 100 . The annual meeting of the Bloomington Bible Sik piety will he held on saturday the 4th inst., in the Presb Erian Church in Blooming ton at z to clock p. M. Addresses Are expected by prof. Ryors and lie v. A. Wood agent of the american Bible soviet a. Citizens invited to a trend. Isaac , Ste a. Re 1 Imin Iliou dec d 1 47. Sta Moat Disasi regret to learn says the Victoria te.\As, advocate of the 4lh inst., that on sunday last As the steamship Beaufort District was attempting to come Over the bar at pass Cavallo she run on a reef and at the last accounts her were ashore and she was throwing her cargo Over fjord to save the vessel which will probably be a total Steamboat Accident. Great loss of life. Fro d the or awol Joynal. Colloquial teach Iii. Every Alt Oilive of ewer will admit Liat More is Iii the any of learning in any Given Lime in a free conversation with a person who a Iii his subject Linin can be Learned Iti Ilu Saue Lime in Auy Oiler Way. We Are Ellior Eroc ill favor of Leila is by aug on terms of choir whom they teach. The Reserve and a Sieroty which a a any Lee i is i Liivik Ileece say us Pul on for tie our pose 0 Quot Tippon Iii Lliter ii Unity in the Uveria Iii a i Quot w Sci ool Are very Uii Favorale Lollie or of learning in the and in pair Iii Seli Olai. The of the Wise Teai la i ii Jait familiarly Wisdom oud knowledge Jjo oks App Ralus maps charts and Oiler Illust Tiai iou ill use Are always More or less of less a by but Llie free ice Urc and the Colloq Ivial sex Phi i Avion make tie in alter i Liti an i doubly inter it no. Some f t in ii Iosi Sii and Bris team piers in every ago like Tol Irozzi Irav a ugly much by free Unver Saigon. How in . Then every i Aelier should Knou a v to Lalk so Aslo be a g of talker. There �6 really More of almost every person s time Given to talk Llian my Oiler one thing. Ooth the Mannera Iid the Mailer of conversation ought therefore to be for lied and regulated from refer Erenee to the Best models. Good style of Convy a Saigon is useful for business for amusement for Inspru Tiou fur merriment for condolence for Charity for , and for All the Multi Farious be a of civil Atid social Intercourse among men therefore let every teacher and Evory scholar aim to become a Good talker. But whal in to be a Good talker and How is sue i to l e of Lainell in order to be a Good Walker your words must be Well chosen and gracefully altered. You must avoid a Manuial tones and awk windness of manner who Are suffered to Aci Piirto a confirmed Bahai. Of Uris big Verlain expressions because they Are i Houglin to be elegant or quaint or Willy will not become a Good talker. One who depends upon proverbs adages and quotations is illustrations will not Bejou a a Good Walker. One Olio Aims at great precision As Well one who is careless in Uia Tiei will not become a Good talker in seemly Low or vulgar words Are often than they seem. They have influence initiating the Lasie and corrupting the heart. On the contrary right words filly spoken Are like apples of Gohl in pictures of Silver. The words which Are spoken give character to the speaker a they have gone out and Are Irre i Trie Vable. While in uttered thoughts Are superseded or forgotten these affect Only the thinker while the uttered words May have Nia be a Long rent in impressing minds Luu shall be enduring. How , then that to talk aright that both the language and the sentiment we utter should be such As is approved by the scholar the lady or gentleman and the Christian. Let wit. Sentiment and knowledge Combine and to set off with Grace and purity and your conversation will teach and enlighten All that hear. Let every instructor aim therefore to make his conversation instructive and this cannot be Dono without learning to talk Well. A Iii Man strange Freak of nature was shown to us a few Days since by a j genihm.,n who has in charge a negro child be j tween three and four years of age of the male i species. In is of Quot the blackest Hue almost exit Cpl ill the parts which Render it a Punj dig. Up a a a the Ibre head is a while spot nearly As Large t As the Palm of the hand which runs up on the i Lead and Bieh is covered by a Loek of hair a White and As soft is the Rinest carded Wool. I the Iive Pirows Are also White. The arms above the elbows Are nearly entirely White As ire also the legs above the Knees and the calf of each leg. Nearly its entire body is likewise White and the fair Orti Quot is of this human curiosity Are As smooth soft and a dictate As a lady Slid to were told is As readily burned by an to the Sun. J he boy was Horn in Lowinston county and its parents arc both real ii ack Register. Military some changes have Lee ii ordered by our government in the it collection of revenues in is directed that the duty Sci fire the War by in Gover Ament of , be now collected at the port of Quot exportation by the same Otic cars of i i he army ind Navy of Quot the United states in the ports in our Possession who Are to collect the import delis abolishing Lowe Vii the prohibition of established i my Ceralia cases by the government As Iii All Interior Tri visit duties dispensing also will tin Nic Swity of any cer Lilivale of having Oaid any duly to Ilu mexican gov a in intent. J i his will affect chiefly the of a old and Silver the duty us on Whilt a wrought Iii in wrought will Range from 3 to 7 per a but. I in addition to this All the internal of mex it i ii or of any Dej a Tieni town or City there Oij have been directed to l e seized and conf is a aled As military contribution which system a it a Lii ii to i Tell was adopted without any a press orders Iron the government by general so to in his Small Lew of contributions of on the Eity of in lexicon and l y Gene in Taylor by or collect id by him ill certain Mevie Aji cities in his . slim ites lint the mexican Rev a be ii Tutu d and , if hit fully levied Indera evil nue system of duties together with Llie Cotine action of ill a other Inu real , would to $ j0,000,0> 0 per annul ind if persists in prolonging this contest All Ilus duty its and intern d must be assessed j and Zeolle Pletl As far As Prael Cable and must in made to pay the expenses of the War we ureter our military Possession is Complete and Elf Active. Boats from below yesterday brought Intelli gence of a most distressing Steamboat Accident in the Mississippi attended with a great Hiss of life. The Steamer temp St from St. Louis bound for n. Orleans and the talisman., from Cinci Tinati bound for St. Louis came into collision about 5 o clock on the morning of i hurs Day last the 18th inst., in a Bend some ten Miles below Cape Girardeau Missouri both boats seemed to be endeavouring to retain a position near the Shore and when they were nearly together in their efforts to avoid each other both turned out into the Stream at the same moment. The result was an almost immediate collision by which the Talisman was sunk at once. She went Down in deep water and it is stated that nearly forty of her found a watery grave. Some accounts place the number much higher. The tempest immediately rounded to and took from the sinking be rious life wreck All the persons clinging to it. The ladies and in tact All the passengers with Only their night clothes and in that con Dit it in wet and cold they were taken by the tem test up to Cape Girardeau some ten Miles Distant where they were kindly provided for and taken care of by the hospitable citizens of that place. The boat and cargo is a total loss. The passengers also lost All their baggage.�?1h1 a m1 ii 0 Maurill Cne on the 28th nov by Jarness. A tics or. Joi inc. Matues of Morgan county ind., to miss Ruth j. Rader of this place. Quot it in not Good Quot the Altif flite said for Iii in to be alone i Lien invade for Lipini a Atni Linig Bride formed from a solid hone but the blk Sam Case we Here record Filli Iii Rucie Dan aids kor Uliey Bave of their own Accord for Lilii Joii ice cart acid Banda , on the 2d inst. By Sanie in. David i oort. To lips Lipoma m Piik Tridgy Bolh of Titis a Loo. How and Liow kind was Ibe Ahn Iglitz Power thai us iwo to join in okie Filoiii Guod hour. Also on the 2d inst. By Rev. A. Ryors or. Thomas .1. Bios Iasi to mib Susan e. Williams Bolh of ibis county. A l i Ough some a porn Fry men s gentle Powers we Weir it improve Ali Gelden ii ours by Sweet Eri it nce know Tyml Mari Irige Rig Blly understood g Ives Lollie Lender and the Good a Pari disc below. Joined lieu 1 and Liand Tiro life Well go. Its Check ered paths of Bliss and woe Wii i j Myrul Leps sve la irad quit Lis vain scenes without a fear without u of or a tear. And mingle with the to cab of the above eases the cake was duly re. Sci cd. We wish them All a Happy Long and pros state of Indiana Monroe county Monroe circuit court March term 1848. Barton r. Dyers i in chair Era. Rachael Buir of Enos Blair deceased Jacob b. Jowe James v. Buskirk and Enos Lowe. It satisfactorily appearing upon affidavit filed by a disinterested and competent witness that Enos Lowe by Friday night s mail a a a. F one of the above defendants is u non resident of the we will Iro Hably learn the fill particulars fist the of Indiana therefore the snid Enos i owe h the Accident courier. Hereby notified that on this Day the almv3 named Barton ii. Byers filed in the clerk s office of the Monroe circuit court his Bill in chancery in which he makes the said Enos Lowe and others defendants i that the same is now pending in Suid court and tin i he plead to answer or demur to said Bill on or w Myin Foro the calling of this cause on the first Day of the ill Icren if Lilg Roill irl Xieo. March term of said court to be Hoiden it the the Louisville papers of nov. 29lh, contain court Bouse in the town of Bloomington of oni a a in i i it 1 i Nien cing on i Hiir nday tha i til h Day of March 1847.&Quot the following interesting telegraphic despatches i n. Us be to him the said Enos Lowe will be to which if True May be deemed important the following is from the journal and courier Richmond nov. 29, 3, p. M. By the mail to Day we have n. Orleans papers with some Days later Iniel Lisenco from Calexico. Vera Cruz a letter was received from Ken for Ami Decrv d upon i Accordi higly. A Tusl. Mllton Mcalle Tridle a Kiik. C p. Ii Ster and to. U. Buskirk for comply t. Dec. Is j�17. N2 w3 prs fee i�2,.iu. Stat Koi Quot Indi a Monroe county. Munro probate court february term 18.8. A dam Hamilton is 1 Biti to Felice jul a ment j Quot of i sary there were present 71 deputies to the mexican i Luis Quot i1 a 1 of Clui oui ii it in of t dec d and top Hui Congress and Lluu others who were on their Smool Uci Ida Morison Donaldson Frances at Quera Terro of the i8th inst Wii Icli states that of the amp it--1848. This valuable periodical published at Indianapol Lis will hereafter be conducted by Tho bub Scriber who trusts by his constant and unwearied attention to maintain the High reputation of the paper and Render it worthy the great cause to which in is Devo ted. The urgent want of a better by it tem of agric i. Lure than at Price no prevails among the great body of on Western Farmers must be evident to All and painfully so to the Fanner himself. With a soil naturally Fertile capable of yielding a most abundant return for the labor of the Husbandman we see the most excessive labor frequently produce but a Bare subsistence to the Farmer and his land becoming every year less capable of yielding even this scanty return. Others with smaller farms and incomparably less labor raise abundant Crown and see their land becoming every year More productive. The scare facts within the daily experience of every one and it is that the striking contrast has not led to More extended investigation on the part of our enterprising Farmers. The Dawn of a better Day has however tide its appearance. Farm ing is taking its place among the progressive arts and the agricultural portion of our Community is Sci inn Iii to awaken to the importance of be eking for info Atiim from scientific works. Deeply Iino in sped with the importance of the work he has un-1 or Tialii an Ltd attached by inclination to i Asrican plural pursuits the subscriber will enter with i Cal upon his la Bors in behalf of a reformation so desirable and important. It cannot be supposed that any one would prefer to continue the slovenly Law borzoi if and unproductive system of fanning which so much prevails in the West if a better were within his reach. The object of the Quot Farmer amp Gardener Quot is to place within the reach of and Render available to every Farmer the results of All the experience and investigations of others on the subject of Agri culture. We unhesitatingly affirm that no Farmer should to without it that in no other Way can the amount of Money paid for the subscription be Laid out to the same advantage and with the same certainty of a profitable return. But the information contained in the a Farmer Gardener Quot is not con fined exclusively to the cultivation of the soil whatever interests the Farmer the management of Stock the Best and cheapest Mode of erecting suitable buildings the Dairy the poultry Yard and indeed every department c line Clad with a Good farm will receive its due share of consideration. We cannot suppose that any Farmer will choose to remain ignorant concerning Bis True interests when such adequate information is to be had at Sulci trifling Cost. Valuable information will also be Given concerning the state of the markets with hints As to the proper time to dispose of surplus produce. The Tjarden so indispensably necessary to every dwelling will receive its share of attention both in its useful and in its ornamental branches. Intimately connected with the foregoing objects is the subject of general education which will Ever find a warm and devoted advocate in the editor of the Quot Farmer amp we Are decidedly of opinion that As the general Standard of education is elevated the Farmer will take his True position in society and that general information is As valuable to the Farus eras to any other class Tho necessary reforms in our system of common school education will be urged and such changes As our own experience or that of others May suggest will be Laid before the Reader. The Indianapolis prices current with the latest intelligence of Cincinnati new York and other mar kits will be Given. C. first number of vol. In. Will be issued on the first Day of february 1848, and thereafter on the 1st of every month. Tie Farmer of garment a void appear in a Lanfre octava forming with the Jar sex and title pages of pages a year for pm pay ots. Only to adv once. And the present subscribers Are hereby reminded that a cording to established usage no papers will be sent them after the close of the current volume until their subscriptions Are renewed. It is desired that As Many As possible will Send in their new subscriptions before Tho is of february. In po8tmasters and agents acting for the above will please retain 20 per cent. Of. Their collections from new subscribers for their trouble. Any person disposed to act As agent in a town or neighbourhood can do so upon the terms slated. Travelling agents will have letters and certificates from the publisher or editor. Foj pitl letters on i Sinert or communications for the former of Gardener to be directed to c. Davisson it b loom ill Gion Indiana until the lat of january next and after that time at Indianapolis ind or to j. J. Defrees Indianapolis ind. Wuy were soon expected to arrive. Congress was in open session and the first entered upon was the election of a president of the i Public. Pena y Pena Almonte and Ilei Rera were the candidates. There wits a Rumor prevalent at Quera Terro which cause Fiorin the capital slating that there i Mcdonald William Zinool t i Ole i Llu Uson. Malia la Hudson St ouse a to Warren i. Snoot. I heirs of Iai Ourn Smoot dec d. Tie i Aid defend aids Are hereby Noti Iii that the a a a id by i. Urn a id Slesur Liis Sohit Iris Lii h ulis Ltd it ofic Ltd ill tue Ilice of Quot the clerk of Llie Moi Isoo Pio baie t Ouri Iii Mill loft ring p oot of , i Iii p a no for a decree air uie the leg Icv Nii do to Lii i by the said club oui n Wustin Progress of forum upon a plot to Divide Wim i Esau in it and unit if Iho Mexico into two great slates for the purpose of do Ndansi. Do not on the fit to Day or Ilu next Benir Ulii Nurieh annexed to the i suited slates. A in term in a kind court ii&Quot.,.lmr i and an eau mount Vii Fidile in it Oread Seitei Cunt and Hirni prevail j Al Pic omit ii main r the inhabit nits of Walker Atul l it i i Ooi Iii so i orig a prod it de by a Hurni if Vii can to Lii Ali a a h Iii 1 1 Iii ivc pm Iii oui Iron the Hii h of Tho Limi Kout Aluisi Wilain. No a place a a ailed the , on the loth ult Ouk of the inhabit it is stated hid removed Irwin the Nei Hho Rhood. I Jarco Ris a in a Era iat die Merkau the american Ocean file Iii Era. The third and fourth steamships of the Ocean St Fiauu navigation company Are to be called Quot Fri Kliu Quot and Tho latter name has a filled both a letter of Quot thanks from Tho Dis Iii finished and venerable philos her and historian of in it ii nine in vvho3�e Honor it wus Ilkic . Queen Victori s Best pro to meet inf suit says the Sci ii i in mocha Aio. In said to Hugo Cost Only �&�o0,0 0 the Van Clitso mine. Orange county Virginia is the must extensive Gold mine now Iii operation in Tho United a Salon the capital of which is to to raised 100.000 divided into shares of a fio Euch. Largo subscriptions have been made in Washington and among Thein extensive ones for English american. Twenty four dollars says Watson in his annals purchased the whole City and county of new York two Hui Drod and Twenty years ago. The streets were first paved in 167ti in 1711 ii Slavo Market was stub Lilied in Wall Stroot. The first Togo route Between new York and Huston was established in 17 1 a time fourteen Days from City to City. In 1715 the first coach lady Murray s was driven in i jew Yorlli. Now in the fit old Nuu her 30,000. Gen. Haiti Tsui had arrived at the nation no Bridge without inks lotion. I was visited by a from Jarania with proposals of place he having been Defeated by i Zenobio. And As he was tired of the War he sought or american Poi Section. Gen. Patterson replied to him that if he would disperse his troops and proceed to Vera Cruz he should be Unicio levied but Hal he should Hung every guerrilla he should catch. A spy company left with despatches for Gen. Scott on the 7ih inst. Gen. I Aylor was to leave Monterey on Tho St inst. The health of Palau iras was much improved. Tinco mexican states had declared in favor of monarchical form of government and that the sen. Ii bite should to called to Tho throne. An offer of 14,000 men was made to Niedes to effect this of inject. It was expected that european could to secured to assist in the Enterprise. Many mexican citizens Are opposed to Tho project and say they would rather Seo the whole Republic annexed to the United Stales than see such a project consummated. Laticr.�?5 p. the arrival of Tho Brig pm unix at now Orleans from , with dates to Tho 14ih inst., we learn that Lucr Rora had received a majority of Tho Congress i Quer Alorro for president. The authorities of Guadalajara had Mado a upon Tho Cloisy for a Large sum of Money which had Bond snied by them. An up Usu 0 tonns Wati had and several Hugo go lilo Bierein Ciuni Icid will retaken Lor i Send confessed a and decreed at Coridi higly. I kor. To a i k. P. C i in int and j. 1 just a Lor comp t. Dec. Id in �7. No w3 or s be $2,50 Ivo Tiee. Will expose to Public Salt in Tho town of loom j ins Jlon unless sooner di8 Ostl of at private Sale on till prot Iii Isi h on the Day of january i the following Iii oils nos. A lire Hundred and Twenty j Pihir three Hund de and Twenty live iwo Hundred and fill a a four and two Hui Grid and Ift five Situa ted in said town and upon one of the said lots there i is situated a Good comfortable twos tiry Frame House j mid table. T will also to Public Sale in Tho i town of Columbus Ikirt Holomek county. Indiana i on the Proni ibis. On Tho Sidoli Day of january 1848, ill lot no. Itil also Nineteen feet in front and running Back thu length of Tho lot off Ofin but to no. Fifty Bot i of Weich Are situated in said tawn and upon one there is a Brick building and upon the other a Frame build ii g. Terms of Bale one third of the Purchase Money in one year one third in two years and one third in three years with interest from data for which notes with approved Security will be re juiced waiving a Irais Umont or valuation Laws. A Bond for a deed will be Given to the purchaser the deed to be made upon final payment for the properly and not before. He Njamin Tickus nlw4pr s f. $2,50. Guardian &, for Iii ale. Auwood farm of Iti acres for Sale lying Miles North West of Bloomi Niton acid half a i Milo West o Mie Alsville. There is j to acres of cleared land and 50 acres of Limber a Good Brick dwell ing House barn and All necessary out houses a Good Orchard of dirt Erent varieties of fruit 1 presume inclined to Purchase will View the premises and then the terms will to made known. A to nu3j Julin . For Isale. Wiik has on the 2d Day of september 1847, John Garvin and i ride Nee his wife to me Isusi Vav. Sandt r8,a mortgage on the North a West Quarter of the South West Quarter once chios Twenty two in township nine a Vorih of Range to West which Mort pay a was dul acknowledged on the Day aforesaid before Robert acute the recorder of Monroe county and state of Indiana and by him duly recorded on the 3d Day of september 1847, in Book a Page 689, which is now in his office in i looming on in Suid Quot county and which mortgage after Raciti Northal i was i purity for the said John Garvin in a a Missory note Given to John Hansford due one it Lay aft a Date for the sum of $30, gives to me follows the Power to foreclose said mortgage Quot and it Iii further a Recd by the said party of tha part meaning said John Garvin and Prudenco his wife Quot Lii at if the said isum Vav. Shall have to pay said note or any part thereof or any costs or charges on account thereof then the a Aid am a May foreclose this Mort Sajec by Selling the equity of redemption in the aforesaid mortgaged tract of land in the manner specified in second article of the 29lh chapter of Tho revised statutes without instituting any suit or proceedings in the court of and whereas about the 3d Day of november 1847 i paid to said Hansford the full amount of said into Utu Ilia Iii most due Thor Cuil and have not instituted any Legal proceedings to recover the ammo no lice is hereby Given that in pursuance to the Power aforesaid i will foreclose said mortgage by Selling at Public auction to the highest and Best bidder tha equity of redemption which remained to said Garvin and said prudence in and to said premises. Said Sale will be on the said premises on the 26lh Day of january i>>48, at 10 o clock in Tho Forenoon of mid Day. Terms of Sale Cash in hand. Re arc is an older mortgage on said premises exe. Cut cd by said Garvin to the state of Indiana for school fund borrowed dated july 20th, 1846, Dua july 26lh, 181, for Tho sum of $�5 on which the in Terpst is now Pui l to july 20th. 1848. The amount now due me is $31 05. Isu m w. Sanders. Nov. 27, 1847. Iw3pr a f $4 a a Tfir Tiby crier would hereby inform his friends and the Public generally that he is St ill carrying on the tailoring but Iier a 3 doors a Hove g. H. Johnston a Corner when he will a Roii Iii a All big Sim Stlouis ready to execute nil Poniers in his line of big Sinzig in the most fashionable manner s. V. Has n Ade arriving events with t. Oliver fur Tili Tinar Lurly a it port of fashions Bimi our b Lioyd can have it lilies if they want Thein. N. B. Furriers cloth Cut and our ranked lost a Mijkl Prindle p. S. The n. York and Taris Fasli Loiis for Iii in Rittir have iut i Bacso lev Ivr Ftp no�.a7, i�47. By

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