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1 Jun 1838

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1 Jun 1838

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Bloomington Post (Newspaper) - June 1, 1838, Bloomington, Indiana Poetry. Fam the we dem Mageleine and Library game the. Time s wrecks. A feb moment. The night wears on another year is gone. Another year time no abstraction knows the fair hair d girl her leaflet scarcely blown around whose Days Joys clustering arose. Till All seemed Bright and Beautiful the Stone Marks where she sleeps. No dreams break her repose a time the destroying Angel saw Ier Bloom. And Garner d her Young Beauty for the Tomb. A Mother danced her infant on her knee of who could Tell How full that Mother s Joy if the dark future she could Only see despair those Flat terms Hopes would All destroy her heart had Little known adversity when called to part forever from her boy across his Allied Cheek a faint smile Wreathm and All was still nor More than Cherub breathed. Disease has fallen upon the Many his form which stood erect in god s own likeness proud in its Fine symmetry nor feared the storm which Wrath might poor upon it now is bowed his Eye is dim no fires his heart now warm Over his mind hangs an eternal Clouds the grass has grown above his rest and time has stolen from the ear his funeral chime. The old Man loitering in his Pace and slow. Whose ebbing tide had be \ the Sands near dry with scattered hairs As White As Winter s Snow hath had time s visit and he too must die. For him no summer s Sun again will glow his country s cause Neer make his heart beat High of honors full and Crown d with years of peace to seeks his Home where Joys May never cease. From the Knickerbocker. God. The fjord the High and holy one is present every where go to the regions of the Sun. And thou Wilt find him there go to the secret Ocean caves where Man hath never trod. And there beneath the flashing Waves will be thy maker god Fly a Willy on the morning Wing to Distant realms away where Birds in jewelled plumage sing the Advent of the Day and where the lion seeks his Lair and Reindeer Bounds alone god s presence makes the desert fair. And cheers the Frozen zone. All nature Speaks of him who made the land and sea and sky the fruits that Iii the leaves that fade the Flowers that Bloom to die the lofty of font and lowly Vale. The lasting Forest Trees. The rocks thai Battle with the Gole the Ever rolling seas All Tell the omnipresent lord thy god of boundless might in every age and clime adored. Whose dwelling is the Light is an amusing and ingenious article in Bently entitled Quot the temptations of St. the conclusion of the whole matter is contained in the final stanzas there Are Many devils that walk this world Devil Large and devils Small devils so meagre and devils so Stout devils with horns and devils without sly devils that go with their tails up curled Tot devils that carry them quite unfurled Meek devils and devils that Brawl Meek devils and laughing devils. Imps Forcher Chc und imps for revels devils uncouth and devils polite devils Blac ail devils White devils foolish and devils wow hut a laughing woo a with two Bright eyes. Is the worst Devil of All. Bath is abominable and deserves execration a cause it lays the foundation of habits which Rio one body and soul. Many a Young Man can Date the commencement of course of a Ipi Ilion which made him a bit then to himself and his friends and an object of pity in the sight of his a Muni to his enemies to his sunday debauchery. Sleness is the Mother of intemperance the Sabbath is to Young people general y an Idle Day therefore if it be not properly kept it were better struck out of existence. It is Good to keep the Sabbath because the Laws of god and Man ordain it should be so kept. The Man that will not abide by the Laws is a bad Many a bad Man is a pest to society a pest to society must be Cut off therefore the Sabbath breaker must die for his sins. Go to Church a if you Are a Young Man just entered on business it will establish your credit. What capitalist would not sooner Trust a Yoang beginner who instead of dissipating his time his character and his Money in dissolute company attended to his business on business Days and on the Sabbath appeared in the House of his god t go to Church with a contrite heart and bending a knee at the throne of your maker pour out your thanks offering for the mercies of the past week. Go to Church ladies and remember that religion most adorns the female character. Quot i never yet did xxi do a philosopher who could Bear the Teeth filie Murado a tit twist i list of Lettera akm Aming in the Post Oak a at the 1st, Day of apr to bib and if not Taskett tit with in three Montila will be sent a Ohe gear so Post office hbdeti4mkr. T \ David Acuff James Allen Franklin Arm Tor the teen. Grong William Arnold l Adams Charles of to for the tooth Kelli a John Anderson John Adams James a Sun. B f t la miss m c Haugh Mansfield l Sennot Henry Batterton miss Sarah Jour to a in Buckmier Eta find Buks win. Bradly or Leonard Linderii Iii Rancia Riggs Sarah Brooks John Liuch Joh. 2, William Berry Rebecca Boyd David a Ruwis Iii it George Bur Choice of a husband. Sivc me the Man that s learn d without pretence ii list with Good nature and Good sense w Hose generous Tjien understanding heart. Disdains to act a mean dissembling part. Who once from virtue s path has never stray a deceived a fair one nor a Friend betray a whore virtue reigns with an unbounded Sway then sense and reason prompts one to Lousy such be Iho Man with whom i d spend my life or never lot be own the name of wife. Choice of a wife. I ask not Beauty tis a gleam that tints the morning Eky i ask not learning tis a Stream that glides unheeded by i ask not with it is a flesh that Oft binds reason s Eye i ask not Gold tis glittering trash that causes men to sigh. I ask Good smile and taste refit a cider with patience blended a a virtuous mind Infa parity Balm. A Sovereign and infallible Renedy f ache and an effectual preservation Price $1,00 per bottle. In offering thin invaluable Bairn to to the Public Many certificates of its efficiency Aii it be Given which the limits of a newspaper forbid publishing and which May to seen by calling at the agents let it a every species Otine Dicine has been thua thrust into notice we invite the Public to a More convincing proof of its almost miraculous Powers to if live uns. A worst of All aches the tooth ache. Give it a trial being careful to adhere strict to the directions Given on each bottle and let it Rise or tall upon its own merits. Suffice it to pay that in thousands of cases it has not failed i n a single i a stance. It should be used after All operations bleeding Ai d Spunky Guine sore Teeth scurvy i c. And is decidedly the Best tooth Wash Ever yet discovered ii should be used with a Brush instead of any powder substance containing or that can contain the finest Partido of grit. The ladies speak of it wit i unmeasured Praise and All who have it have Laid aside All remedies offered As a Leners of the Mouth and purifier of the Teeth. Consumption. This distressing complaint which carries off so Many of our valuable Young men annually it is stated in a Well attested Case of a Man in a late number of the new England Farmer has been cured by a very simple remedy Viz a the inhaling of the gaseous perfume of the Chloride of Lime. The person Here referred to is 25 years old had been much reduced by the , his lungs being badly ulcerated and he daily became worse so that his physician gave him up for lost. It is supposed that he coughed up two quarts of matter from his lungs in Twenty four hours. Having seen an account of an Experiment in Pul Mony complaints made by or. Cotter in of Paris with Chloride of Lime the friends of this Young Man had recourse to this simple remedy Froni which the patient found immediate Relief and is now daily gaining health and strength. The Chloride is dissolved in hot water and then a Little vinegar put to it and applied to the nose by a rag or in any other convenient . Int. The following eloquent remarks we Cut a rom the Harrisburg a intelligencer. They Are the sen Timen sofa True and faithful Patriot and one who thinks More of the welfare of his country than he does of the welfare of men Quot Harrison men of Ohio and Indiana we Call upon you to falter not a spurn the temptations of those who would seduce you into the betrayal of the Best interests of the old Soldier his chances Are two to one of those of any other Man in the country daily his Prospect brighten and should you be firm United and True All the stratagems of his enemies be abortive Pennsylvania will beat your Side and in the coming hour of trial will be True and unfaltering firm to her purpose and constant in her Devotion to the Man whom she called from the sweets of repose on his farm to infuse a now life a living and burning enthusiasm into the discomfited and scattered friends of the Constitution Quot Jeffersonville courier. W Fradshaw annal Ealer s w Bonsall pm Tirawi Attr Rufus l fall. C Jol Iii role miss m Chipman Byrd Combe. In Campbell William Coclin or t or a Elihn Carter William co Jilin Natl Aii Cooper David Cain James w Clark Sarali copes Haven John Coyer. D join Downs 1 c Dunning 3, r j Day Dan Deckert cleverly Day. E islam Eiting Toni George Eisenhower Peter Eller Jol Iii Elliott. F mibs n Feris John a Farmer John Hollowell or William Edwin far Uliar Nicholas Fleenor e Freeland or. Robert i Reeland. J Morris Green Abner Green Enoch Green i s Green Archibald Gorman Villiam Gates Isaae for Sale a Georgeh. Johnson s store Blooming-1 a Hasty miss c Ganen Henry gains ton Ami every town and Village in the United c i a Lenir 5, Hon. E m i Huntington. Judge states by proper agents. William c liilli.--, miss Sarah a Hess mrs. Eliaabeth May 2nd, 1837. 24�?12mo. In a a Howell John Henson of the receipts amp expenditures of Monroe county from november term 103c until nov. Term 1037, inclusive. Rec d. On act i. Of Revenue $2302,34 do Doof store licence 180,0i i do do grocery licence 20,50 do do wooden clock licence 2,50 do do tavern 10,0 this amount paid out by Tiea surer which in in his a Nils nov. Term Icinio fire fire i consequence of the destruction by fire on the 26th subscriber s office together with All their books papers and drugs and medicines it is absolutely necessary that those indebted to them for medical services should come Forward promptly and Settle their accounts i Herby Cash or note immediately. The undersigned will still continue to practice in the different branches of their profession and they May be i bundt any time at either of their private dwellings or at theoflice they formerly occupied adjoining or. Orchard s inn. Foster amp Ballard. February 20, 183�.__ expenditures. Paid out to jurors do do on acpt. Of roads do do Woolf sculpt do do associate judges do do circuit court Enji enss do do court House do do clerk of circuit court do do for listing do do school com r. Do do recorder of Monroe county do do township schools do do improper listing to do jailor do do sheriff of Monroe county do do agent. Do do contingent do do on account of paupers do do paid county treasurer do do towards Murant House do do Monroe qty. Agricultural society do do Library. Do do towards county jail do do attorney s fee the undersigned committo of the Board doing county business for Monroe county do liar Obj certify the foregoing list of receipts and to to Correct. David Riebs. John Klokk Send. Saml. Mati irks. Feb. 12ih, 1833. Us Vav i William Harbison a m Llo comb . Harris James it Homi Uei a d head Samuel Hardesty John lard Triy 2, William Hill Samuel Hite Zach Arius holler Loonry Phoniel. I George Iseminger Silas Inyard. J James Jackson David Johnson Siviia Johnson John a poking. K Archibald Kirby. L Willis Lamb Felix Landers Amos lock John Lentze William Lewis Johng Labertew. M Samuel Moore William Maxwell Clinton Miller John Matlock Jacob Mefford Charles Mas by Christian Miller John Mcauly Richard Moore j s Mclane or. Jaii irs Madox. Captain William ,4t May Charles Moore Thomas Mccalla George Mi-.s2c77,g81 Lam. N miss Mary m Nichols. O do Coit. P islam Prince Thomas i Rifield Ephriam Pat $276,5 u 15 871 i Quot quote Quot Quot i Pitman William Pittman Reuben Potter i"7 111 Willi Iii fairer ii i j . R a Hawlin Psi John Roberts or r Benj. Rifle a Iii i Rod lift Robertq a Roach. Joseppi d. R in Samuel w. Ribble Mendish rust Mies r m k hives. S miss Elizabeth Smith Joel g Shryer George Sci Ivin Hannah Sheet Alston Sims g p Sanders John c Smith d is myth John Sadler w g Smoot Richard Sutfin William Shipp Josoph Switzler. T amp Tilford 3, William Taylor 2, John Taylor j or e Saluni John join son Robert Tribel Kev. William Turner. U Ini Musterd. V c Vosh. 7,4u 100.00 140,00 153,0 31,00 20,700 11,50 49,45iil.50 h8,3 j9.75 150,34i 271,73i89,14 100,00 50.00 g 14,44 170,00 10,00 w Jolin Wilson. Of Tirol Walls t a Wycliff. A Ilii Iii , Jedi of Whisonant Elijah Fri fret Thomas h Welch to horse Wiseman Molly Iff a so Iii i Lola if Allair Jef so Fil Ion Jacob Sampler rail or or. Colfield Samuel a Rande poo. ,>.m. Pivot Lee. All those that May wish to be exempt from military duty for the present year can apply to the treasure of the Monroe county Seminary in pay one Dollar and get his receipt Between this and the first Day of october next and that will exempt them agreeable to Law the of ind., this Money goes to the Monroe co., Seminary a Good institution of learning that ought to to patronized by All. Also All peace officers that has any Money in their hands that belongs to the Moi Roo county Seminary Are requested to pay Over to the treasurer with out further delay. Kesley Wilson Lyea surer m. C. S. Bloomington in May 3d, 1838. 13�?3w taken up by Adam Slough resident of Jefferson township Owen county and state of ind., one stray Sor i Rel Mare supposed to be twelve or thirteen years old Al it out foil Rouen hands and a half High with a Blaze in her forehead shod before both Hind feet White a Bove the pastor joint with a scare on each Hock joint supp omd to to done by braces with Saddle Mark on cacti Side of her Back the hair ruled off on each Side supposed by the Saddle pad injured by foaling no other Marks or brands perceivable appraised to Twenty dollars by us this the 17th Day of March 1838. Frederick Fiscus de Emisly Hail. I do certify the above to be a True copy from my stray Book. Henry Little John. J. P. 13�?3w. State of Indiana Monroe county april term of Monroe county circuit court 1c30. Sarah Mcfear Laius i \ pc lion or Dirce. John Mcl Arland c1>ial8 now the complainant by Jacob b. J lower solicitor and file her Bill herein and it Ai Peai in to tiie satisfaction of the court that by d a it Resk 1 Alfi Duvet filed that said defendant is a Noil Risili 111 of the slate of Indiana in is therefore of Den la Iai Llie Pendency of Ilii Stuie big Public thud in the l Looi Iii Iii Post a Public news diaper published in the town of , that unless said John Mcl Aila Iid be an i appear hereon the first Day of the next term of this court and answer to said comply air ants Lull ill matters and things therein contained will be taken As confessed and decreed upon accordingly until Wlinich time this cause is continued. Test d. Browning . Taken ii by John Farmer living in Itean Blosson township Monroe county Indiana one dark Bay Mareland for Sale r ii he by Beriber offers a Vahi Abb farm x for Sale containing 160 acres of which about 120 Maciew lies w Ell Tor cultivation upwards Ofosu cleared and under Good repair two Good Springs and an excellent nary of Rock and cannot be surpassed for Timber in the state. It ties within one mile of Scotland and within 4 of a mile of a saw Mill a mile and a half Cha grist Mill a Good neighbourhood for schooling immediate possess Ion can be had by the purchaser. One horse and Good Wagon will be taken. For further particulars lol get two year old this Spring the. On the farm while about Hall Way to the knee no apply to the subscriber living Thomas Barker. Green county la. January i6ih, 103�. 7-0 go to Church. There is to one thing which helps to establish a my s Ehy re to a in tap a set adj at mid mrs �1 Elm Reli and a proper regard for the first toy of the vac. Every head of a Annily should in to Charoll Asta a a Maple for its members and Over Branch of Wimily should go to Church in Imi Latke of Eitam ply of the parents who loved the Fiad in teed Over their Best interest. A hinging in the streets and bar Hoorns on the Bab taken up by Shaoul b. Bowline living in Morgan township Owen county Ladiana an Estravo Chesnut sorrel Home with a Large Bald face and whim under lip three whits feet some whits hairs on the Root of his Tail some Saddle Marks shaved with the gears right Eye out three shoes an old Saddle and quiz of when taken up supposed to by Worth three doll air and fifty a sins fifteen he do High fourteen years old appraised to forty dollars by Ohn Moore 4-wm. It. Smith. Idoo Rufy the above Tobe a tvs copy from my a stay Bode this the i9th a of March ims. Zach Ablah Beaman. P. I9-9w. Bacon wanted for Buber options due the Post. Iview Boozi. I the subscribers have acc Eivid a Quantity of Val a Al table books and will continue to keep of hand such books As May be wanted the it Public Are roil Vokt de to Call and examine our Stock. N. B. We request All those Hobo a counts have been of Long standing to Call and Settle the Hame As Money is greatly Nedeil. Nichols Alexander car per. February 1th 183b. 4�?ow. Other Mark or brands perceivable about thirteen hands Bili and appraised to Twenty five dollars by William device and Joseph Houston before me this i 19fh Day of april 1838.j will1.\m Hite . J .1 True Cony from my stray Book. 13�?3wnotice. Latest Eastern Tashio is just Etc Eivid. fuzz in the new Frame in ladino Ori Rositi talk of skiis. On Isahl Quot a inn 1iie have determined to close the by i Izier s Iii Ibe firm and Retucci All those indebted to Call and Settle i hair accounts either let a a Uhli or note. We have on hand a pretty Good Trio ii of ii oods which we ire determined to sell unusually Low for Cash or on a Slu Iri credit. The pubic Are invited to Call and ret Liiri Ains. In mols Alexander amp Carter. Teb Narv ilium. Is now prepared to exp Cuto work of All he j taken up line in Tho to Oft of amp to Hio Nablo tit Iii durum ii Luis Diirr or n w a a to m from his Long experience in the bids Ines to has no 11v quota my in Terry towns Hje. Hesitancy in saying to will to Able to give Gener a Monroe county Indiana a Bay Mare we satisfaction to those who May favor him with their if Elve years old Abonit fourteen hands % custom. He returns his thanks to his old a a or Saddle Marks on both so a. To and solicits a continuation of their patronage. He us she has to show. On one be Eros Boom gum Abs. 17, 1837. L-6tf Quot he came two his Reid Deuce on Ltd a i of pril last appraised to Foo by John Tho nips a Quot Mii jmj Pil a cd j Imes Laiu a before Iii this 7th, Day Otma a 183��having lost my store and some Money on the i Samuel Mathers i p. Mth of this Inni. By tire i therefore request All. Jts he a those who Are indebted to me to come Forward Iii Niue in Ollie at slur and pay up either by Cash or note As 1 am in is Here ii Iven that the underwing so has taken our ii i be Tipri of administration on the estate of it Siam Quot i if. Of Morgan county. State of ind. Of Crew nil persons indebted to the said estate a persons wishing to Settle their accounts w find me at the store of i. H. Johnson. Jonathan Legg. Bloomi Ngum fib. Iulah 1838. It Timte Library. In of the destruction by fire of All the papers belonging to Tia county lab rare it h Al o l run uru the a ic3b. Lately necessary that those indebted should come _. Forward immediately and renew their nines. If his a in notice is not comped Kiihr suit will by a instituted i Dlf Lri us cow re be Hildio make immediate payment and Whoso Havi if Olti Iii against the a Iii pms flit them duly authenticated Lor Aei Lement lit a irate Iii solvent. Hic Iari Laid Guilin a mme. 13�?sw Skaiaa l defaulters. C. , Trent intr c i. a 183u. 13-3 Ulaita sum Nunn and a ecu int Tor or. Primed Ami

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