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Bloomington Post (Newspaper) - July 27, 1838, Bloomington, Indiana Toi. , Vimy a tilt St 1898. Edited and Iblis us a Evert Zeidat Bym. L. Deal. Office on main Cross Street Fiest door West maj. Bight b. Terms. Two dollars in Advance two dirty in eix months and three at the end of the year. No paper will be discontinued until All arrearage Are paid up. It advertisements of ten lines or less will be published three weeks for one Dollar and s5 cents for each additional insertion. All advertisements Iii babe marked with the number of in tortious or Tho will to inserted till forbid and charged accordingly. The Cash must invariably accompany and Veitice orients Iron a Dia Aiice or they wiil not receive attention. All letters and communications addressed to the editor inuit be free of postage. No variation whatever need to expect cd from these terms. List of agents the following gentlemen arc requested an authorized to act As agents to receive subscriptions lob work Dacri Hsiug cd. And receipt fur Thosam. Thomas c. Johnson Spencer la. H. Ii. Throop Mill Grove la. Camuei h. Simian Jow Lingreen la. John Parr fre Dosiia Indiana. Pm. Herod Eriq. Columbus la. E g. Wayman Marii Niburg la. D. A. Rawlings new Albany la. J. S. Irwin Lotif Iville by. Georff. May i Parkersburg Montgomery co. La Xvi. S. Roberts esq., Nashville la. Or. 1. H. , Frankfort la. John 13attkrton, Ireen Custlow la. Of fire a Dunn eff. Eph Ford in it Diana. A jowl due inc amp Tiik Quot two Frum the new York Exi it res june 30. After u lung he Lanct pc Ore Lippy to announce t our readers Cunovic Linsy that a Rich treat is in store of Rhein. Our Friend Tiu major though silent Lias not b it in a be. Trio fourth of july or a a Index in in Nee a i a great Day in now Yolk As it should be Vui y w Sicri a but the trial of skill in out Quot a /��v>/>w7/ to of thai div will we doubt not add much to Lis Intuit it. W c have been Ossun do Gay the Nijor Liat the a of the two follies i it Quot us sound As a nut Quot it could not be otherwise Aiulu Oil after the trials Sho a a Uno through. He Oclis us Tifrit All she requires is u Quot i oper Rig and us scion As Prucie Cubilo we shall know More. To let. Editors of the . same Pajur Iny old frit and or. I a i lit had a pull ago on Joann tin Quot two l of i ,&Quot&Quot nigh the dry , 2clh, l8ic. I a ent h saccular a Fow weeks ago to set uric Jiddle nod All till other leading bail folks Mimi utile country something drier this fast Hion a nil Cmone tie time is now part Ltd nigh a Iii Vic ii some of us must lie stirring our stumps to lend u hand in Rig Ruig out the 7v it i Orund things up a bout her Tor a a us Shili is been now Long enough Idle and i Usu Donu about the Inatio to May As Well agree la break her up. Jit tin her Oll Sli Oie i Liue away was oily part of the Didi Zulty and the next is Xot Frant i i out Quot in reply to this Hai Eular i got a Leiter from the Quot it in fire Quot say Liat us he Bud no hand in getting the two follies into Didi Zulty he did t see How in a Tiwe he should be Moalim on to git her out t n to Tho he Ovid be very willing to it Iid a hand providing that folks Wou Liln l Elorge him with meddling with in Aiters that did t belong to h n ask a. Inc. 1 got also a Hull Bat full Al letters from the Wall Street folks a some pro Rosin one plan of Futin of Quot and some another the most on us a Green to furnish Haj last eur us. Ii they Liudas much and Moro of that than they know w luit to do with in they offered me so Mutoli ballast that there would l e no room left to Stew cargo and the a two Pollyea nor any other Pou Luvot go�., Voy Ugo Al loaded with Ballant. In Sartor Tai Ediin n spell i cond Deil that the exist a a our a to Silil be to ii a Day for calling Quot ii Conven a Cin Quot a and give them u trial. And so 1 sent another in ocular requesting that s fire Middle and All Tho other Banks folks would in Day next coming be in radim is in their Tho East a scr nigh the dry whore the Quot two i ollies Quot in and haul Herom in the Stream a i seem to have u notion thai in ibis Way i can loll pretty nigh How things arc to Woike by the Way they will manage their oars. For Hucy Hunt gut wit enough to pull of a or ii taking a vessel from the Blip into the Stream i Don think they ought to be relied on for managing matters in rougher weather. 1 am Happy in say that All hands have agreed to make n trial a voiding to my request and so on nov. Oui and see How nigh my letter will describe the matter. Sipi ire Liidi Ile says hell in hero with his four it to Unity Oai d icing boat and plenty of medium or rope i a up Ioset a Tho How ays he Don t like to meddle in Tho matter till other folks have tried their hand. So the Honor of taking the two follies Cut in the Stream will Fust to tried by Tho Wall St it folks and i have no doubt they will finish the Buk nets if to by Cau ony agree to pull together and in that Cas the squirt May Lake Back his 24 farm Long Bahit to Bitil Depsy again and his medium a Ign we Tai him of one thing i am determined on amp Thirft a that Tho ii hts who succeed Best in howling the two it it in my a the Stream shall have the a in rigging on a a for the voyage which i Hope will by a Long and pkg a Iero Iii one Aud no Moru Geltin rom la it re m in Ihl Breakers. To no Mure to Tai Jour Friend. A j. Liow Nino major a Wii Grille militia 2d brigade. Aix out of Clayton six Teentie in blah voyage. Quot to the editors of Cincinnati agr Esabia to what i had slated in my advertisement ,1, in company with a lady ascended from Cincinnati in a Uit it on on july fourth 1838. About five minutes after six of clock p. M., the lady mrs. Balce of Cincinnati and Royael took our seats in the car. Every preparation Neomai for our ascent having previously been made we in a few moments took our departure from Amin Dat the most crowded ame Blage of persons i had Ever witnessed. By a proper adjust Nat of the ballast we Rose in a manner most pleasing Hiot pier tog the atmosphere like an Arrow from a Bow but rising at a rate that we could gaze for a Len the of time on the pleasing countenances that were directed towards us. Long before the Gay and Happy crowd beneath had lost their Power to attract our attention the whole City with the surrounding country for Miles with its variegated surface come within the limits of our Morrizon and form it a scene Clear Beautiful and enchanting. Five minutes after Sta Tim we were beyond Deer Creek moving in an e. N. A direction. Twenty five minutes after six of clock when at an Altitude of a mile and a half we took refreshments and drank a Glass of wine to our friends below five minutes of seven o clock we passed about three Miles to the right of Milford new town Batavia and several Small villages were in View. Five minutes after seven o clock the report of a Cannon not far Distant a drum and persons shouting we could distinctly hear. Twenty minutes after seven o clock a few Miles South of Goshen we came within one Hundred feet of the Earth. Persons were running towards us in All directions supposing we were Abt to land. By throwing Over a portion of ballast we again ascended and in Twenty minutes afterwards we were at our greatest Altitude about a mile and three quarters. The night coming on the Sun having descended below the horizon we agreed to descend. The country in the part that we were now floating Over was thinly settled and consequently great care was necessary to bring Down the balloon in the open Fields. My desire was to alight As gently As a Bird would descend to the ground. To ascertain whether we were descending rapidly or not i directed my companion to keep thru wins Over Small pieces of tissue paper while i held a ballast bag and threw out Sand whenever our motion downwards appeared to increase. We succeeded in regulating the descent towards the last so that we moved with the pieces of paper or rather they appeared stationary in the air around us. The cleared pieces of land being very Small and the Woods very extensive it was difficult to descend loan open 8iot. On coming within a Short Dis Unce of the ground i found that we should be carried a few Yards beyond the part i had fixed upon for the descent into Tho Woods. However this was a matter of Little moment As we should descend on the troops with the lightness of a Feather. We did so and by pressing downwards upon the Little branches a kit ration of the weight was removed for a moment the balloon con sequently ascended thirty or forty feet and it again reached the Trees it Wai carried iwo or three Hundred feet further. Several times i repeated this until we had by our successive leaps travelled Over several Hundred Yards. My object was to keep jumping along until the first opening in the Woods presented itself. Soon we descended Between some Trees cultic gently wide apart to allow the balloon to be forced to the ground by bending the branches of the descended to within thirty feet of the ground where we remained a Fow moments until Tho persons who were running to our Aid came to us. 1 then lowered the Grannel and Cable rope to them and in a few moments we were on Terra fir a. Our descent was made about eight o clock p. Within a Short distance of or. Baldwin s farm within a half a mile a Blanchester in the Southwest Corner of Clinton county Ohio and Aboul thirty five Miles from Cincinnati. 1 would now state that i had no desire to continue my voyage by retaining the Gas in the balloon As some of my friends had wished me to. For it would have been ill treatment of my fair companion to have left her so far from Home a Mong strangers where it was impossible to procure even a comfortable vehicle in which to return. In compliment to mrs. Blake must say that she proved herself throughout the whole voyage a perfect heroine. She displayed no timidity when stepping into the car she gazed As we ascended with admiration on the scene beneath and when at a great Altitude she stood up in the car without the least fear and changed seats with me and on approaching the Earth a time that was calculated to try her nerves she exhibited no agitation but on the other hand rendered to considerable assistance. I would also contradict a report that is now in circulation that she has several tins ascended from London with or. Green. It is false. Her Abscent from Cincinnati was her first. She has Long had a desire to ascend and she considered that the gratification of that desire would to a sufficient remuneration for adventure. We were hospitably treated by or. Baldwin who resides near where we landed. To the citizens of Cincinnati 1 would return my thanks for the Liberal patronage that they on this occasion and All my ascension Havo Given me. I Cuard Clayton. Cincinnati july 6th, 1838. Bills May nevertheless be Reci lived at the Treasury dtc., with this limitation that no bids shall be Reoe veil of Auy Bank which shall after the first Day of october next Issue or Gay out such Small Bills. This removed from Bills for that time the incapacity to received. Or. Web stub moved thereupon to add another Section removing in the like manner incapacity of Bank to be employed As Depolite Bank. This or. Wbi0ht opposed. In Webster insisted strongly that if this were not done a very unequal stale of things would exist As there a uld be Deposit Banks in some states and none in others. Or. Tiitu Indab and or. Rirs spoke earnestly to the same general Point. In this posture of things and a a really in order to get rid of the pressure of this argument of ice Quaty or. We Robt proposed instead of or. Webs Tab a Section a Section entirely Lyp Ealing the Depolite act except As to the Deposit with the states. On this general proposition the debate was resumed and continued with much animation. Or a bight a second Section was in the end adopted in the Senate and formed the jul to of the very interesting debate which ensued in the House and which resulted in rejecting this second Section by a majority of 19 votes the great ground of opposition to the Section being that it a mooned All control Over the custody of the Public Money to the executive. The House having amended the Bill by rejecting this Section the Bill came Back to the Senate on wednesday a a the amendment of the House was concurred in As we have already stated. It will be seen by reference to or. Webster s observations report , in what state the whole subject is now Hift. National intelligencer. The latest a expedient Quot Defeated. We said in our last that the Senate Bill for the repeal of the Deposit act of 18s6 of old never oui the House of representatives to the shape inv Nib it then stood. Oar Predi Efio is verified. Tbs Boum Trudt out the obnoxious provision. Our readers will see by the if port ��4 Ings of the Senate on we doraday Liat Fiat a gift concurred by a Strong vote to to important amendment of the House Mrtka out to pm it cond Section of the Bill being time Wiak if Talon the salutary provisions of the de mus act my it will be Reo Olleeta that Limo or. Wei omit ii trod oed this Bill it contained but one sat too and that Section had a single object Viz to provide that Bank notes of Banks which hiv9 issued out Small from the National intelligencer. Speaking of the new sub Treasury scheme thus for Tho third time Defeated in the House of representatives reminded us that the official paper undertook on tuesday night to represent our tuesday morning s account of that Bill As an attempt at imposition Quot selecting As illustrative of this attempt the following sentence from our remarks Viz Quot it proposes to invest the pres ident with an uncontrolled Power to prescribe what sort of Money shall be received in payment of dues to the government to the extent of requiring if he choose the whole Revenue of Twenty or thirty millions of dollars a year to be paid exclusively in specie. To sustain our statement thus questioned and thus declared to be an attempt at imposition it would be sufficient for us to refer to the terms of the Bill a copy of which has been already Laid before our readers. We Havo Noj oltion to take the testimony of competent and disinterested witnesses on the matter in i Suo Between us and the attorney of. The administration. Or. Calhoun s testimony which we Are about to introduce is contained in the report of the debate upon the passage of the Bill published in the very same number of the government paper which makes the Olfe site and groundless charge against us. To ask no More even of the most prejudiced Reader to Settle the question Between us Aud the government editor than that he shall first read the above rotation from the National intelligencer and then the following quotation from the speech of or. Calhoun on the same subject a i fear that the passage of this Bill would not reestablish the act of 89. There Are intermediate acts that would still remain in superseded. The Resolution of 1816, which authorizes the receipt of Bank notes in the Public dues would not be re peal nor would the usage of the government employing Banks As depositories of the Public Rev Enue be reversed. What then would be the of it feels of the passe of this Bill it would actor Ding to my opinion give the president Allnott unit Lim Ltd Power Over the collection and keeping of the a Revenue. If the act of 36 be repealed As propos Ltd a the Bill he would be left tree to order the it Public Money to be kept by the treasurer and the collectors or to be placed in Banks and under the Resolution of 16, in conjunction with the Hill introduced by the senator from Massachusetts this session and which has since become a Law by the unanimous vote of those on the other Side of the a Hamber he May order at his pleasure the col Lection to be made m Gold and a River or Bank notes provided the discrimination he made in the different branches of the Revenue. He might in a word either restore the act of 89, or supersede it As he might think Best for the Public Good. It a is sir a great and High responsibility to be impose de on any individual and which i who am and have Ever been opposed to discretionary Power am unwilling to that you claim Iii and with a a an Amarica ii citizen. I admit and reciprocate i this claim with great pleasure and sincerity. I recognise Yoo and your neighbors As fellow Titi mail my own country men embarked on the same Petit real fortunes enjoying the same Liberty and the sanm Boua Tiea and blessings of prove Leflore As myself. Your Homes Are on the Shore of one of our great Inland seas mine is on the Shore of the Ocean but our substantial interests the great elements o our Prosperity and above All our stake in Itiat Para it unt treasure of a free people a Good and Wise govern rent Are the same. All these Are Uoder the Protection and guardianship of that inestimable Constitution which our fathers framed and have delivered to use a cd of per equal Gibion. It affords me gentlemen much gratification to find that my political conduct on trying of casinos now Pas and 1 Hope passed forever has met your approbation. I he period to which 1 refer you justly Call a dark hour. I Felt it to be my duty in that momentous crisis to disregard All party Anid personal considerations to act in the True spirit of the Constitution and without forgetting to propriety of moderation or Lite Laws of kindness and Charity to proceed nevertheless with a firm and indelible Resolution of upholding the authority of the Laws and defending the Union. I am Happy to know that in All this i appear to you to have discharged the duty of a go citizen. That our common country no a Long Prosper that other per Ryssy Rise up to defend her rights when attacked that she Mav be the Chown Aboite of constitutional Liberty and that Good principles and Good morals happiness and virtue May be the practicable and lasting results of her free institutions is the ardent wish of your grateful friends it obliged fellow citizen Daniel Webster. To messes. William Kelley Rufus 8. Reed Thomas h. Still and others. Providential provide Mil escape from death by a party of stage coach passengers is related in the Cincinnati whig we lean from an authentic source that Tho stage running from Guya Dotte to the Vii Nia Springs was on thursday morning last at three o clock precipitated Over a precipice thirty feet High about a mile East of Guya Dotte materially injuring several passengers in the stage atthe time. The Accident was occasioned by the breaking of the bridle bit of one of the Lead horses by which they became unmanageable. I he passengers in the stage were. Major Malford his wife and iwo children of new Orleans col. W. H. Robertson and wife of Mobile. Major Milford had one of his arms fractured and was otherwise considerably bruised. His wife and children escaped with but Little injury. Col. Robertson of the House of Robertson beat amp co was very severely injured in the Back and hip. It was at first supposed that his wounds were fatal but a letter has since been received in this City w hich Stales that he was considered out of danger at Tho time the letter was written. His wife was injured but Little. It seems to us a mracic that ally the passengers were not instantly killed. From the National intelligencer. Among the inscriptions on a Cane made from Perry s Fias Sij Prara Tad to by the Oit Sens of Erie a. Are the u Are the Uoo. Dabibi. Wins tar the defender of the Constitution and the citizen of the Union Quot a Liberty and Union Bow and forever Ona and inseparable a a a Ohio country one Constitution of or. W. Lowly follows was8iiratcjtmb4, 1838. Tho Paoo Nade non Timber of the ship which Bora the Flag of the Gallant Petty on Tea memorable 10th of sell Tibar. A intended As a in it to a amp of Tao Inais la Jim he Hera Dom trip by Towl Mahli pro Miami and 1 have also Star Almini the Pla Asbra of i Waivio Yoor Izettar Iata dad to wooo Motay him gift. The Urna a Ini to a in Man this Token of Oooll-4ao�e�m�a�of� i bag Safo to return my a . A Ilis to than As you nay Havo too Aioo to sea than Bair Pter it Iii i in Mimi with Itsai to Semi asm Viault Tomii i to via awol us Bao Atisa of tha Iasa Tiptom a Kwh thar we Seao fit it shall bar. You Bara Bato kind enough to my. Gentleman Don t be discouraged if in the outset of life things do not go on smoothly. It Seldom happens that the Hopes which we cherish on the future Are r0ali7.ed.-the path of life in Prospect appears smooth and level enough but when we come to travel it we find it up Hill and generally rough enough. The journey is a laborious one and whither Rich or poor High or Low we shall find it so to our disappointment if we have built on a Yother calculation. To endure what is to to endur with As much sheer Blaese As possible and to Elbow our Way As easily As we can through the Groat crowd hoping for Little yet striving for much is porn has Tho True plan. Donu be discouraged if possibly you slip Down by the Way and others tread Over you a Little. In other words Don t let a failure or two dishearten you accidents happen miscalculations will sometimes be made things will turn out differently from our expectations we May be suf Terera. It is Worth while to remember that Fortune is like the sky in the month of april of sometimes Cloudy and Shiw limes Clear and favourable and As it would be Folly to despair of a sin seeing the Sun because is Stormy so is it unwise to sink into Desihar Deroy when Fortune frowns since in the common course of things she May be surely expected to smile a gain. Am l be disco Graffed if or Gnu Are deceived in the people of the w orld. It often happens that men Wear borrowed characters As Well As borrowed clothes and sometimes those who Havo Long stood fair before the world Are very Rotten at the Core. From sources Sueh is these you May be most unexpectedly deceived and you will naturally feel sour under such de caption but to these you must become used. If you fare As most people do they will lose their Novelty before you grow Grey and you will learn to Trust men caution buy a it id examine their characters clo Haly before you allow them great opportunities to injure you. Jmmie be Diomara under any Coroum Slanoc. To St ily Forpah. Rather consult your own of science than the opinions of men the the last is not to by disregard cd. Be Indus Trinsy a be frugal a honf8t--Daal Uip a fit kit ass with All who dome to your Way exer Misiaf a a blur by and obliging spirit a your whole Ataii Toraa my if you do Bot Prosper an rape Vaa Soma of your poo it Yon a in has Llma per. _ a Eha Llanga passed a he Daya ago two ii Man groan. Nur Fhay dab in rat till 1�. Tin Rotor Rad the aft ii to or. Ple Kaaa m amp whom it and Ustad

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