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Bloomington Post (Newspaper) - February 2, 1838, Bloomington, Indiana The Post. Bloomington Indiana i 1838. The people s Ca it dilate for president Gei. W. H. wanted. A Bor of moral industrious habits who can read ured write will be taken at this office to learn the Art of priming if application to made immediately a Congress la the House of representatives on the 16th january the speaker of the House announced that shia was the Day on which by a Resolution of the Huw the report of the cot Smittee on elections on the claim of two new members from Mississippi to a sea Titi Tho House was to be taken up for consideration. Here an angry discussion arose Between the Hon. Hera a. Wise a member from Virgina and or. Gifol son a member from the state of Mississippi muck Jod Ecorous language passed Between them and it was with great diff acuity that the speaker succeeded in restoring order. Several other Mem a er8of tiie House took part in the disc usion. Or. Clai Bork the other member from Mississippi was not present being confined to his room from Indis position ii. We Ufuti Ripato that this matter will yet a us seriously Between messes. Wise and Gholson we have acc lived the first number of a new paper just comic acid in Lovenworth Indiana by sir gear Hall. It is Cav the Quot Crawford a k and Indiana Farmer s Register. The Mec in in part of the number before us is tolerably Well Ted and the editorial remarks display some a i Lity on the part of its editor. It is opposed to the Jere sent administration. We wish it Success. and Craw Curdsville s face outlast article upon this subject we have been informed by or. Maxwell the acting Cotoni missioner on the Road that he has succeeded in purchasing the Road belonging to the Jeiter Sonville and Salem rum Pike company upon the following terms Viz the state is to take such part of said Road As her Engineer May think proper to do allowing them to make an estimate of the value of the work Ich has been done by said campany which a to count is to be paid to the company by and with tie consent of the acting commissioner of he Jeffersonville and Crawfordsville Road. This arrangement will save the state considerable expense and at the same time greatly Furnard the work. Indiana state whig convention. According to previous notice this convention met it Indianapolis on the 22d Uli. I he Hon. Thomas in Blake was called to the chair and Noah Noble Amaziah Morgan William Polke j. C. Hawkins Deitry Hurst Vawter and Henry Ristine appointed vice presidents. Austin w. Morris g. P. R. Wilson and Douglass Maguiro were appointed secretaries. The convention was largely attended a of Good order prevailed throughout the deliberations. The following Are among the Many resolutions passed by the convention that in Tho Union of this convention git ural i Ilioiu Henry Harrison of Ohio in the Choice of the Jie Opie of Indiana for the next presidency a that they have unabated Confidence in his honesty capacity and political integrity in his continued Devotion to Republican principles and that we pledge to the friends of political Reform throughout the Union our Best exertions to place him in the presidential chair should to be the chosen candidate of the bet olved that viewing the past conduct of Hen nyc a of Kentucky and the personal and Politi �1 sacrifices he has made in behalf of the Liberty and Union of these states we still look to him As the Patriot statesman on whom the country can Ever rely in the hour of peril and misfortune and thut should he be National convention we pledge to him the support of the whigs of Indi two individuals from each judicial circuit were nominated to attend the National convention Ziz from the is a Quirand Thos. J. Elvans. From the 2d Hurst and Richard w. Thompson. From the 3d circuit a John Vewter . Clarkson. Prom the 4tb a. Graham and George h. Profit the a a Noble and Douglas off Uwe. Froin the 6lh Perry and James it. 3 get a Duhali. From Tho 7th a. Huntington and pm being. From the 6th Tiaunna and Jordan if in. From the 9tk d. Ikird and Jacob Bigelo or. We have received a communication on the a a object of phrenology. It came to hand too late for insertion in this number. We will give it a place in our next. We would be glad to Coom Rodate our Fri and Victor but owing to the bad Compoli too and oth for imperfections we cannot give it a place. He has no bump for writing poetry. Communications. For the Pott. In conformity with the declared wishes of Home of the students of Indiana College a literal translation of the 2�th Section of the it Book of Livy is Here Given. The subject is the combat Between the roman and Alban Brothers an interesting one to the More advanced classical scholar. The translation is from the modern edition of Livy by Pren Deville and the translator solicits enquiry As to the strictness fits conformity with the latin text. The league being struck the three Brothers on either Side As had in agreed on take their arms. When their friends exhorted them to recoil that their National gods Quot their country and their parents All their fellow citizens at Home and in the army were at that moment spectators of their arms a of their might of hand they Advance into the Centre of the two armies both fierce by Natur Aad animated by the shouts of their exhorting friends. The two armies on each Side had already sat Down before their Camps free rather from Imp mediate danger than anxiety since Dominion was at stake risked on the valour and Fortune of so few. So then wound up to excitement and in suspense they fix their souls on this spectacle which was far from pleasing. The signal is Given and the three combatants on either Side inspired with the courage of mighty armies Rush with deadly arms like marshalled legions to th3 Shock. Not their own danger but Public Dominion and slavery and such a future condition of their country As they should have gained for it Are present to the minds of the one Side and the other. The very moment their arms clashed in the first encounter and their glittering sabres washed big horror thrills through the spectators and As Hope leaned to neither Side every voice and breath was hushed. Then mingling hands in the thick of Battle when not Only the motions of their bodies and the rapid quivering of their weapons and arms but their wounds also and blood were the objects of anxious gaze the two romans sunk Down gasping one upon the other while the three Albans were wounded. On their All the Alban army raised a shout of Joy while All Hope though not anxiety As yet Haid kit the romans who were breathless with alarm at the situs Tiki a the a Ingle combatant whom the Curatti bad surrounded he was happily unhurt. As he was alone not at All a match for them collectively so be was boldly confident against them individually. In order therefore to separate his opponents he takes to flight supposing they would follow him according As his disabled body would suffer each of hem. Having now got a Little Way from the place of action he turns and sees the Curatti pursuing him at considerable distances from each other and one of them not far behind him. On him he returns with great fury and while the Ambau army cries out to the two Curatti to assist their brother horatius having slain his enemy was now rallying to a second encounter. Then the romans with a shout of acclamation such As raised by men expressing unexpected Joy cheer on their Champion and he hastens to get rid of this combat. So before the other who was not far off could overtake him he dispatches the other Curtius too. The Chance of War thus rendered equal there now remained two single com Batons but not matched in Hope and strength. A body unhurt by a weapon and a double Victory sent one with bold Confidence to a third encounter the other dragging along a body enfeebled by wounds enfeebled by running is exposed Toa victorious foe. Neither was there a combat. The roman then cried out with an air of Triumph Quot i have offered two to the Manes of my Brothers the third 1 will now sacrifice to the Honor of my country in order that the roman army May Rule the Alban. White his. Adversary could Acar oely support his arms he plunges his sword in his bosom and As he Lay prostrate defiled him of his arms. The romans receive horatius with Triumph and congratulations with the greater Joy in proportion As the event followed so closely after fear. Then both parties apply themselves to the burying of their dead with very different a nations since one was exalted by the acquisition of Dominion and the other was brought under foreign subjection. Their tombs Are still extant in the place where each of them fell those of the two romans Al nest in one place nearer Alba those of the three Albans towards Rome but in separate places and according As they fought. A Rich and pm Purlous settlement through the Ali old route from Bloomin Atoa to Spencer and in As much a the but ground for the of said Road with omd other advantages such As Stone and orb it or Neo Siary mat artau therefore we hereby in a Niet our representative is to use their utmost Ezer Tiomi that Ellettsville also be made an intermediate Point Between Bloomington and Spencer. Sid. Seton Ltd also that we instruct our repro a by Taticea to oppose the a construction of any other dmid4yiioo of Road than a Mcadam Zed Road. A a i 4ih. Resolved that the proceedings of this meeting be made out by the Secretary and forwarded to our represent aves As soon As practicable. Clinton c. Owens f. T. Butler m. Parks. Ellettsville Jan. 18th, 1838.modern Europe. A poem. Continued Quot could i embody and a bosom now that which is most within me a could i wreak my thoughts upon expression and thus throw sch ii heart mind Camions feelings stronger weak. All that i would have sought and All i seek. Bear know feel and yet breathe into one word and that one word were lightning 1 would speak Potap i is 1 live and die unheard a not la a most voiceless thought sheathing it As a Bvron thy san is set Brave Poland and thy Dawn of transient glory is forever gone. The tyrant s hand is on thee and the slave hath reared his altar upon freedoms grave. Where Are thy lion hearts that fearless band who swore to die or free their native land where Are they t ask the grave they rest among the buried ashes of a nation s wrong they sleep they sleep thy sons beneath thy clod and Neer did Buer deed disgrace Earth s sacred Tod turn we to Russia. Russia thou Art crusty and deeply burst. Yea still thy throne a Large and respectable meeting of the citizens of Richland township was held at Ellettsville on the 18ih january 1838, for the purpose of taking into consideration the action of the legislature on the subject of nuking Spencer a Point on the Jeffersonville and Crawfordsville Road and also the Utility of making Ellettsville an intermediate Point on said Road. The Hon. William exl Mondson was called to the chair and e. S. Harrell appointed Secretary. The object of the meeting was briefly but explicitly made known by maj. F. T. Butler Esq. Of Bloomington when the following Resolution Wtson feared and adopted by the meeting. Resolved that a committee of three be appointed to express the approbation of this meeting to the lick Slature in making Spencer a Point on us Jeffersonville and Crawfordsville Road also to instruct our representatives to vote for a Mcadam Zed Road As Well As to make Ellettsville an intermediate Point on said Road. Whereupon maj. P. T. Butter Cape. Cliatt amp Owens and or. Meredith Parks were appoint my voip Mizee. After a Short deliberation tha comm item reported the following resolutions which we Reet Ivd by the meeting. 1st. Jim Ohlf thai in As muck w so mar the county Smi of Owen county has cd a Mirror claims to being a Point of the and Crawfordsville Road therefore we be trily ool eur to Tho acts of our legislature in Tab timing the Ting and Bow a will crumble in the dust a ii glory will pass from thee thou Shalt moan Leer i Llen greatness and thy Power o or thrown wasting piece meal then Yea then in thy last throes of agony the groan the dying Groen of thousands thou Hast slain withe avenged in Wrath amply avenged again. Softly kind readers we re on holy ground. E in on the classic shores of Italy Here let us Kneel in reverence profound and thang our harps upon gome sacred tree a stay while 1 think of it to iat must not be Oue work is yet before us. Would we could say Taal tit were finished. Come then let s away pet han<3b on Harp May claim As High a key As some who not in vain have jingled minstrelsy. Spain we do pity thee degenerate Spain whine Are thy Stern old Nobles now and Ebay stiff Erst through deeds of bravery did gain thou Orn inundation of an enemy from 8fiaiii\s dark eyed maid the stolen sigh my what will not proud Man with Joy forego to win a woman s vow of constancy yet of idly changed Are these thy sons i Trow. Old Spain from those that lived some centuries a to Una i Greece neglected fallen land soiled is the glory of thine ancient scroll. Hast thou Felt the naked hand of Granny a its Iron in thy soul its heal upon thy forehead its control crumbling to dust thy monuments of Yore Whit time and change with their eternal Rull. Seem to have vied in wasting thy fair Shore. Bard exclaim �?"t�8 living Greece of Frt a and now we turn to thee our own dear land. Of no ver will thy sons Orget that soil won by their fathers from oppression s hand won did i say ? a purchased by the Toni and Best heart s blood of fre Ennen who could foil the Arm an injured race put Forth to save and who so reckless As attempt to soil the orium Heriage our father s be better 0uit Ipiotis hand should perish give by David cd Rev it Zooi Hingten township Monroe Lovaty la. One dark Brown cow about car years old marked with a rep and a Pkt in the right ear and an upper bit in the left. Appraised at ten dollars before uie w. A. Go Max j. P. January 20th, 1838. 8-3w Lem no by Ira d. Wines in Fairplay town sep Oren ii to minty Indiana on the third Day or Jamiar 1838, three head of stray cat tip of the following Dot ascription to wit one Brindle steer three years old i i the Spring marked with a crop and under bit in Trio right ear and a half crop Oft of the left ear App Aii Ltd to nine dollars. One red and White spotted Heifer three years old in the Spring marked with a crop off of the right ear and a Slit in the Eft appraised to nine dollars. Also one Pale red steer two years eld in the Spring marked with a crop off of eaches Rand a Slit in the left appraised to four dollars Belike or John w. Coffey j. R. Jan. 18ih, i8t8. G_3wnotice, is hereby Given that the undersigned has taken out letters of on the estate of win. Asher late of Owen county and state of Indiana deceased. All persons indebted to the said estate Are requested to make immediate payment and those having claims against the same Are notified to pre sent them duly authenticated for settlement. The estate is supposed to be solvent. David Fulton. Adro r. January s6th, 1838. 8-Wpubuc Sale. There win be sold in Bloomington at the late residence of j. K. Hemphill a dec d. On the 23d Day of february next a Quantity of merchandise consisting in part of scythes chisels. Shirting Calico amp a. A credit of 10 months Wilt be Given of All sums Over three dollars. Terms of Sale will be made known on the Day of Sale. All those indebted to the estate of j. K. Hemphill dec d. Are requested to Como Forward and make payment As longer indulgence cannot be Given. We will attend in town every saturday for the purpose of settling the business of the estate. Perseus wih ing to Settle on other Days can Call on to Oman w. Mccalla who will attend to the business. We. M. Millen James Blair. January 33d,1838. Adm s 7-3wland for Sale the subscriber offers a Tai table farm for Sale containing 160 acres of which about Iso a erf lies Well for upwards of so cleared Aad under Good repair tw6 Good Springe andean ase event Goa roof Rock and cannot be surpassed for Timber in the state. �otii8t i bin one mile of Scotland and within 4 of a mile of a Sale a Quot a a a Good Neighb orhoo schooling in its posies Ion can be had by the puck i Quot owe Ai a Good Wagon will be taken. Parn curare apply to the subscriber living on the i Thomas Hai Green county la. January i6tb, 1838. 7-6 taken up by Cornelius t. Tho head Waters of Mill Creek Montgomery Lowne hip Owen of Katy la. One stray steer supported to be three years old last Spring Bason Small Bell tied with an old bridle rein or Lead line a be Iii gentle and has the appearance Ofa work steer marked with a crop off the left ear and an undercut in the same two under bite in the right he is chiefly red wide horns at the Points a red Brown a White sur in Bis face All he lege and feet White up Over Bis Knees except the left fora leg the red Roaches behind the knee White along Hie be by and Dank a White Stripe runs up lust Utah older Over across Bis Withers on the left some White Spote on his Back and Rump and the lower end his Tail is White no other Marks or brands perceivable appraised to twelve dollars and 371 seats , j. Hudson. Jan. 1st, 1838 the and is it True of state can so forget the nation s happiness become so reckless of their country s Fate. The Indianapolis papers failed to come by tues Days mail and we have nothing fro the left future to. Resolved further that in As a nil town Ofell Euville is muted to Tom and i Paroti Pauo route in swim a Boim of As to esteem the Chart of Freedom less. Than Tia Var paltry places they possess or party dictates or the senseless nod of Lank ambition which would gladly press Down to the Earth the richest girls of goo eight years like those last past we kiss a tyrant s Rod eight mrs like those last past and Kings May w As they Are wont to say a men cant be free for a who should survive to see that Day. Would see his country sunk in bankruptcy the was of freemen crouching at the knee of Tyny in deed if not in name can thav who for each partisan decree loud1kalidkija% right or wrong proclaim Baiey i than Orin fins slaves All vassals Votice. All persons having claims a inst George had by of Illinois jul please inform me within a month or As soon As convenient of the amount of their claims and whether by note or account to enable me to state the same to said Henry and to have the to a Tal amount of claims known to ascertain whether there will be a arising from he a of said Henry s land after satisfying the mortgage to James Paris for which it was sold. The Over plus after satisfying said mortgage will be Ava Labu by or it Dero next circuit court in april next at which time e. Blair com r. Will make report should it be ascertained that there will not be a Sulci set sum from the Sale of said land to pay off said Henry s debts Ethet resources will be used. Geo it. Hardin agent for i Oak Honit. Jan. 10th,i8j8 of ringing i to n Oom Tirso do the stray horses. Taken up by Daniel Simgh living in Jaf Treon township Owen county ind.,one Dan Chesnu sorrel Mare fourteen and a half hands High both Hind feet White and the right forefoot White a sear an the near Side behind the Girth supposed to be a barn a Small Saddle Mark on the near Side close behind the Withers a Brand on each Abou Ider supposed to be done with the Bottom forehead and a snip on the nose the right Eye i her a a Waky. Dub Iwathia a Tafaoa tha Slot us. Sichaan Vifot amp Ihla of Ira Laad. A has left a wife and a inf Miali muru to lament his loss. What sunk no other Marks or brands Pere Vakle supposed to be 7 or 8 years old appraised to 9a do Lars. Ally one dark Bay Colt with Blaek left and Tail supposed to be one year old pest to i or Marks Peroe Habte appraised Tolsby surety Hall and Adam Fiscus or. Before me Andrew Araby j 9 Dee. Eth 1837. T-3w pit Auw bios amp a infant son Houston of this town. Of Quot in horns is with the holy and the Ohlert thy Sari attrib Arm s thou Snow White Dore thy Happy Ark of rest a it a like Tunmer Birds and a ions thy loveliness has lied thar la Neola of the Chi Riib in la shining round thy head Quot school Corrai Quoner a 8�le. Will of Ter Foule to the Higbee bidder at the court House in Bleon Ilfeld Green a panty Ladiana a the a amp Tho feb. 1838, the following Deo Eribal delinquent lots of land for the tax of 1833. Ceoffe Carle Imbras 9d me s e Graec. U t t Range 4 off Baiko 1m acres 3d rate. It we Sec. 13ts1mm i it Aois a waste in e�mtrei�,8wlki3i.tirsl�weet. Abraham Pribble a Omraam rata a Soqr it Isar to r s w. Joha 0�aht �0 areas. To Ratet w to get 8 1 or. Leo 17 t 8 rat West. De Atu Atiat will is Girva by me Carm Shaw mss few. , 1837, f4w

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