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Bloomington Post (Newspaper) - February 2, 1838, Bloomington, Indiana Wise and Gholson it fun Grare it quarrel in missis Cipot election is the Reader May learn room Nur Washington correspondence came up for disc Sitison in the House of representatives on the ninth ult. The correspondent of the Baltin Nore american gives the following account of a quarrel which thereupon ensued. Such Schnos Are a stain a damning stain upon the Honor of the country. Vve deeply regret the shameful occurrence but we doru regret that the quoth on. Bully of has at length a fair and unquestionable Opportunity of showing his vaunted passion for Saltpetre Louisville journal. A sad and exciting quarrel took place Between messes. Wise of Viromia and Gholson of Mississippi. Or. Howard of Maryland presented a paper Isom or. Claiborne of Mississippi who is confined to i room in regard to the Mississippi election. A motion was made to print the document which or. Wibe opposed on the ground that the two claimants printed their own paper and therefore the House should not print the documents of the second party. Or. Gholson of immediately and without cause constructed the remarks of or. Wise into a personal intimation on the part of or. W. That messes. Gholson and Claiborne were unwilling to print their own papers for themselves. The following Brief and angry dialogue ensued As soon As the member from Virginia had resumed his seat. Or. A Hoison Quot the remarks of the member Are unworthy of the gentleman from Virginina and a member of the or. Wise Quot if impudence amp ignorance will make a blackguard there is one a turning round and pointing towards or. Gholson who sat just behind aim or. A Hoison Quot none but a scoundrel would make Uko of such an thai speaker and the members of the House Here Iii Erfred and checked the personal controversy Lor the present. The debate continued on the preliminary merits of the election for some time when or. Dawson of Georgia brought Forward a Resolution requiring the two belligerents to make some apology to the House for violating the rules of the House. Sayij he was glad the gentleman from Georgia had Given him an Opportunity to set Rig lit Bylbie the members of the House. He to bought the paper presented from or. Claiborne by or. Howard of Fui land ought not to be printed it the expense of the House after the claimants had printed their own papers at their own expense. To my utter astonishment and Surprise continue or. W. The member from Mississippi Rose and applied expressions to me such As the House have heard. Applying it Uch language to me which i must confess excited my personal feelings i was led to say to the member from Mississippi in hearing of the House what 1 have often thought of him. Here the speaker called or. Wise Quot to order Quot and Trio House joked in the Call or. Gholson followed and began his remarks by applying to or. Wise the terms Low and unworthy. Trio Phouvo Ami speaker both called or. Gholson to order and or. G. Continued and made a suitable a a ology to the House for violating its rules of order. Or. G. However concluded in the following words �?1 replied to him in the same Strain that his Vul a a Rity fret the Cie Vehiki advertiser january 19. Lypor Tant from Canada 111 one breath we have information from the West and from the East. A letter was received last night from a citizen of this place now in Detroit which save the patriots have taken Maiden and from the East we have a Rumor that the Patriot army on Navy Island is disbanded. From the same. The taking of the Schooner Ann has been amply avenged by the patriots taking in a vessel of larger class from the British Laden with provisions. 1 he Crew All escaped. The runaway Steamer Erie was chased by the general Brady from Detroit armed to the Teeth in order to compel the return of the rec usant Erie but such was the unparalleled Speed of the Erie that she gained her destined port at Bois Blanc discharged her cargo of provisions and arms landed the Patriot troops who were on Board and was about Halfway Back to Detroit when she was met by the Brady which started in Chase. It was conducted to the City under the guns of the Brady where she was duly honoured her owners hand a him a paid for her services and where she now lies a i Saoner in chains at the wharf. 8 o clock p. M. An has just arrived from Canada that the had got Possession of Maiden but the intelligence needs confirmation. To Morrow will be correctly advised upon the subject patriots Are increasing in number but they must make a desperate Effort or they Are gone yours 6tc. From the Sante. s r from the West. By a gentleman who arrival by to Day s stage from do troit which place to left on saturday last we have Sontz particulars in reference to the movements and doings of the contending for pcs on the we Ziern Canadian Frontier. After the capture of the Schooner at Maiden the patriots retreated to sugar Island whence they i proceeded to Brownstown in the Vicinity Gib altar where they Are now encamped. Governor Mason he next Day after the engagement proceeded Down the River in the Steamboat Erie in Pursuit of the arms belonging to the state which to obtained and a a posited in the storehouse it Gibraltar. Feigt persons were taken in the engagement at Lawen who Are now on their Way to Toronto. The patriots were forced to Retreat for want of rms provisions and ammunition. A Bill has passed the popular Branch of the leg Ija Ture of Vlic Higan making provi Sims for 2000 men to protect the . De by the South is Nia uii Esi. It she should prepare herself for the worst of difficulties. Extent of territory is necessary to equalize the voice in Congress and intemx>8e a Barrier against aggressions. The annexation of Tea should be urged by the South and if she Caa oat. Wowed in this we should set about rights with the Means which no tuna hcs a timed within our Mit i a. A fellow who was seen hurrying Long tit a treets in Milton lately was asked Whatoff mlle Brit run Ning for. He said Quot Squire Tharp to by Jupiter i a diffident Lover going to a town clerk to req in est him to publish the tonns of Matrimony found him at work alone in the Middle of a ten acre lot and asked him to step aside a moment As he hid some thing particular for his private ear. A new Orleans paper tells of a Man who has worn out four pair of boots in two months All in trying to colled the Mony to pay for them really these Are the Quot times to try men s soles Quot the horse of a German took fright broke his bridle and was about running away some bystanders were pursuing him Quot no cried the German if you Stop him it will Only make him go Quot it it is said that the fog is so thick nonet pm in Newport r. I that a Man can drive a Gintoli and hang his hat upon it. Qualifications for woman ought to be permitted to enter upon the duties of Cornu Bality without being Able to make a shirt mend a coat seat Unchis parables bake a loaf of bread roast a joint of meat Broil a stake if Ake a adding and manufacture frocks and it Ceteras for ittle responsibilities. A dishonest but cml. Quot you re a thief Quot said a wag Quot and i of show it to a Butcher with angry line Quot tis a scandalous fact and you i now that knives you Are constantly con nubian co Tobt. Cries sue to will midst Matri Lionial strife Quot cursed be the hour i first Becannen Sotir we Quot Quot by All the Powers Quot said will a Matt Levi a bed you be curs d the Only civil Houi we be Irish reflect int Pat at a Mirror stood with eyes close shut when one in great said prise exclaimed Quot what Means the ape Quot what mane i Honey t Ridout Book that s answered to in him i lot when Lam fast slope. V Lonos Tuet of Georgia says Quot Small is the sum required to. Patronize a newspaper and amply remunerated is the Patron. 1 care not How Humble and to pretending is the Gazett he takes. It is next to impossible to fill a Sheet fifty two times a year without putting into it something that is Worth the subscription Price. Every Parent whose son is off from him at school should be supplied with a newspaper. 1 Weh remember what a marked difference there was Bette those of my schoolmates who had and those Why bad no Access to newspapers. Other things equal the first was always decidedly Superior to the debate and composition at least. A newspaper is a history of current events As Well As a copious and interesting miscellany which youths will peruse with Delight then they will peruse nothing a administrator s Sale. I he undersigned having taken out letters of add ministration on the estate of Samuel Pjillips deceased hereby gives notice that on the 38th aay of feb. Next he will of pee to Sale on a Ceil of nine months at the late residence of Eaid Phil ups a Owen county la., All the Persona property Ofshe decedent consisting of sheep cattle farming ten this him Ehm and Kitchen furniture and of Hof. Sale to commence at 10 o clock on said Day. The estate is solvent. A a John Phillips adm r. Jan.30th,103�. 8-Slist of letters remaining in the Post office at Bloomington on the 1st Day of january 1838, and if not taken out within three months will be sent to Tho Post office department As dead letter. A King j h Kibble Elizabeth Knight John Kendrick Effee Kemper p a i Little Samuel Lowe j b Labertew a Lemon Susan Ann 2 lock Amos m manaban Charles Miller John 2 Mcclung Hugh Matlock Sarah Mitchell Thomas Moro William Mounce Ellett Mathers Benjamin Mccalister Leonor Motley Peter Martin William Mcpheeters John Milain thump Ion Mullinix Israel Meriweather Mimi a Milam a a Eorge May Peter Martin Ann n Nesbit . S Nesbit Sopitia j o Oliphant Thinas Orvil w a p Parks a 2 Parks Cynthia Perry David r Rogers James Ruter Robinson Jane d. 2 Thorer a Samuel Rawlins j m Rhorer a a ii on a Robinson or r s Smith Nancy miss Snyder Richan Scarbrough Elijah Shinman James or n. Beverson Conwell Smith Elizabeth Shryer Lewis g Sandsbury William Slaughter David Smith Dudley c see Elizabeth Smith David Skirvin George Stream Joseph Sedwick John John t Thorton James s Treadaway we h Christana Talor Tarkington h a Rev Tea quo William w Wampler Manin Wright go Ward Malind a miss Wilson William Wall Adam Whitson Westley Wetzell John Young John s. Anderson Andrew u. Adams Charity Allen Henry Anderson j w Alexander James a Rowland John 2 Brown James Butcher Matilda Brown William Beck Mary Bunger John Byers Nathan n Kiesecker j s Butcher Hiram Browner John m c Collett William u colder William Coulston Thomas Carter Elam Carlton William Cox Joab Campbell John g Coffee Reubin Rev. Cartright Baw Levin Crane James Etc. Carpenter David Dodde Margaret miss Dodd William 2 Davis David Davidson mar t. Mies 2 Dougherty Isaac Douglas Mary Ann e Eisenhower George a Ellett William Edwards James Ellis amp Viall Eller George Elkins Francis Evans Abnor f Freeland Rebecca p Funk Abraham ferry amp Vashii Ailigh Frederick Abijaha Feo Robert flood Henry Fauskin Jacob Fullerton Robert Fleenor Nicholas Fleenor Nathaniel Florer i Liam g Griffith a amp Green Griffin Bazel Gillaspy Alexander Gaskins Thomas Green Abner Graham r c m Hunter Belinda Hanson John Hopewell Henry Hilsabeck John Hooper Isaac sen. Hemphill Jennett humps add William Ham Mary miss Hill Mannon Henry Alexander Hunter William b Hopewood Moses Hester c Milillis Williamc Hardin g a Hicks Nathamel Jones Vance to Jones Illiam h. Person railing for any of the above k tiers will please say if advertised. B. R. Byers p. M. Office of the ind. Aniual fire itis Urance company Indianapolis Dee. 9, 1837. Abstract of the report of the directors to the Mem hers at the annual meeting of the Iuliana my Hull fire insurance company held at the office of the company on wednesday dec.0,1837. The company commenced issuing policies on March 20th 1837, and at the close of the official rear november 30th, 1837, the number issued was 460. Insuring on property to $1,186,580 of which has been discharged for various causes the sum s7,580 $1.158,800 $086,035 90 2,220 $003,315 95 4 44� $4,301 79� 450 of $4,741 m of Indiana Owen county. Owen Eoutz a probate court nov. Term 1837. James m. H. Allison exr Quot and Elizabeth Allison exr x. I of the estate of John b. Aiti it petition to sell real son de cd. Taken up by Jared Saluan of for Ikon town ship Owen county Bay mar three vests old past with a Star in her forehead a Small snip on fior nose with a heavy mane and Tal fourteen hands and two inches i he no other p a a Marks or brands perceivable and appraised to thirty five Dollar by Noah Allison Myranna votes Tell and David m. Dobson before me this november 21st 1837. A Messer Serbst j. P. I certify the above to be a True copy from my stray f 00k. Given under my hand and be alibis to la to of no Vea Barie ?. A . . 1-3 state of in Hama Monroe co Itney. October term of Monroe circuit cur of 1837. In chancery Mary Chinneth is John Buskirk Dee Berv John son Mary Johnson Morgan Morries Elizabeth Morris Samuel Folsom Hannah foil or Wilham Hudson James West Isaac v. But Birtt a shariah Wood. Nancy Wood. Isaac Wood Slear Wood. Benjamin Neeld. Elizabeth Anderson Iaac Anderson Michael Buskirk Philip Bung or Jeremiah Raridon. Nathan Cooper. Cumes now the Eom Plaisant by Heiter her attorney and files her Bill herein and it appearing 10 the satisfaction of the court from affidavit aged that Nancy Ood Dewberry Johniw Jufa in mor it estate. late dates from Washington give us interesting and important news. The firebrand of abolition has been thrown into the Halls of Congress. The untiring efforts made by Northern fanatics we fear will terminate in a bloody revolution. The South is limited in extent of territory and is now Well nigh filled the North will Roll her tide of population from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from the nature of the climate and soil will always be opposed to slavery in principle and prac lick. J he course of policy then that should be pursue Ris Elizabeth Morris Joshua no a a a and James West eight of said d�fend4#fmra not reside uts of the state of Indiana and on motto it in ordered that Public Avion of the Pond Elev of Ikis Niit be made in Quot the Bloomington peat Quot a butt Newa. Paper printed and published in the tewa of Bitonio in ton for three weeks at least sixty Days prior to the first Day of the next term of tithe court that unless they based appear on said Day and answer to said complain Anui Bill the matters and things therein contained will be taken for Eon reseed and decreed upon accordingly until Bic Blivet of dered that this be continued. J. B. Lowe of. 6-3w. The heirs of said deceased. Comes now the said petitioners by Champer their attorney and on motion leave is Given in they tile their Bill herein and on further motion ordered that subpoenas Issue Herin. Against Mary Ann Joslin and Amasa Joulin Samuel Howe and Elizabeth his wife Noah Allison John f. Allison and Benjamin a. Allision directed to the sheriff of Owen county and Joshua o. Howe and Lucinda his wife and John a. Farmer the heir of Matilda Farmer late Matilda Allison directed to the sheriff of Monroe county and against Junior Lathorp Anlu Isa his wife directed to the sheriff of Cass county and upon motion and affidavit filed it appearing that David Shepherd and Mahala his wife two of the said heirs Are non residents of the state of Indiana it is therefore ordered that a copy of this order be published for four weeks in Sucre Eliou. For it least sixty Days before the first Day of the next term of this court. In the Bloomington i , notifying each of the said heirs to be and appear Herr on thu lir to Day of the next term of this court to Annever it us Aruj demur to said Bill or the ii Iatter things therein contained will be taken a Confer i it Oil und it Ciceil on accordingly in their a i jct and on ii item motion ordered that Eli p. Farmer be and he is hereby appointed guardian and item for and on Sci Ohlf of the said John a. Farmer herein and order to that this cause be continued until next irm. A True copy Atli i . Johnson Chr. Nov. 1837, j-4 leaving at the risk of the company the amount the whole amount of Premium notes taken on the above including adj Dit ional notes taken in cases of i alternation in increasing the risk i is of which has been discharged the j Sutil of leaving the total amount of notes in Force. The number of policies wholly diff i charged i leaving the number in Force receipts. 1 the a lilt amount of 5per be Ritat a Recci Vable on the Pipun us notes As above is amount receivable for Policios a making the whole amount i expenditures. Whole amount of incidental expenses in chiding a to the officers and agents $3,ai574 i leaving a in the Treasury on november to 1b37, of $,<�86�4jf of which the sum of $710,00 is in the hands of Tho treasurer and the balance is from agents and for i i Lici Esin the office. No losses by were sustained by the con Spanjur during the past year. As the report of the directors will be published in hand Bill form and sent to the members it is deemed an necessary to say any thing in addition tithe above statement of the condition of the company excepting that it is rapidly extending its insurances and Coa sequently increasing its ability to meet tosses. It a confidently hoped that the citizens of the state Gens really will Avail themselves of the advantage of in Burance in this company. By order of the Board. Charles w. Cady a amp and departure or mails. Bloomington Indiana. Arrivals. Southern from and Leopn Worth m tuesdays thursdays amp saturdays 9 o clock a. M. Quot from Louisville by Salem . Fridays 6 o clock p. M. A Fetter no from Merom sundays 6 o clock p m Quot from , w wednesdays Fri Day and saturdays 8 o clock a m p a Quot Greencastle fridays 8 o clock a orig Ems from Stilesville fridays o clock p m. Quot from ind land Polis mondays irodne9> Days and fridays 2 o clock p m a a later in from Columbus tuesdays thursdays and saturdays 2 o clock p m. Departures. South rms Louisville and Leavenworth mondays wednesdays and fridays 2 o clock p m. Quot Salem wednesdays 6 o clock a m. Warter to Merom thursdays 6 Quot am. Quot . Tuesdays thursdays and saturdays 2 o clock p m. Quot Greencastle wednesdays 6 o clock a m. Mortar nil Stilesville sedires Days Quot Quot Quot Indianapolis tuesdays thursdays and saturdays 9 o clock am. , wednesdays. Fridays and sundays 8 o clock a m. The Post office will be open at 8 o clock in the morning and close at 4 in the evening. The mails will be closed half an hour before the rival of pass ing mails and half an hour before the departure of the mails that commences at this a lace a a. R. Byers a m. January 1,1838. 8-3taken up by John m. M Caw living in Perry township Monroe county. La three head of cattle one cow a dark Brindle with some White marked with a Ero and a split in the right ear an under stand a Hole in the left supposed to be four years old. Also one red Heifer with a White face unmarked supposed to be two years old. One red calf unmarked supposed to be one year Oid appraised to Twenty flour dollars by we. Waugh and we. Shipp before me this of december 1837.Samuel Mathers j Pivot ice is hereby Given that i have taken out l�tt4 sofa it ministration on the estate of Nathan owning late of Lawrence county dec d. All persons having claims against Baid estate will present them duly authenticated for settlement and All persons indebted to Hiil estate will please Settle the same immediately Wuh the undersigned. Said estate is solvent. Jesse m Pike adm r. Dec. I6th, 1837. 4-3w Ligate or Indiana pm wrench. County. Lawrence circuit court sept. Term 1837. Mary Aon Hartwell Compla t. A a it petition for divorce Calvin b. Hart us det t. Come the complainant by Dunn her solicitor and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court on a Davit a Ltd that said defendant is not a resident of this state. It is therefore ordered by the court that the Pendency of this cuss be Pali listed in the Bedford transcript or Bloomington i Ost for thee a asks successively and that unless nud defendant appear in or before the calling of said Gauss at the next term of said court to be Holden St the court House in Lindford on the second monday of March next the a am will tie tried in his Al it Aliice until which time this cause ii continued. A copy Aiti it Robert Mitchell Elk. L c. tonic mixture or vegetable feb Refuge. A specific and lasting cure for the fever and ague. Or. Snow s specific for the rheumatism tooth a a Ehy shop French itch ointment and nerve and Bone Lina meet just t received and for Sale by o. . Bloomington. July loth. 1837, of tax see a Mue Swright k Kino wishes to Purchase a Quantity of flax seed for which Slipy will pay Cash or goods. Sept. 8, 1837. Of Persona who have obtained Suffae Eribes Loeb a paper Art req Ostad to give us the sir Tamee lauded in lately wanted pork to the pet

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