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Bloomington Post (Newspaper) - October 19, 1838, Bloomington, Indiana There is one trait of character in our american in is which 1 think deserves to be checked and Liat is the incessant War that Thoy carry on against familiar Birds and the lesser quadrupeds. As soon us a boy can hurl a Stone he becomes a Nimrod iii goes Forth As a mighty Hunter against the bluebirds Cut Birds swallows and Robins that venture Viilo our gardens Orchards and Fields. Not even the Little Wren that comes a Villi his fair offer of a dozen Beautiful songs a Day for the Rem of some no it Kar Lionny about Ilu House is Safe front the whizzing i Isilie. Not oven the Little Sparrow that would build la a Neitli the window is tolerated. Not even the Little a to Uius it i Irrol that enlivens the Wood id Parmi led to Eit his nut in safety. Atwil when the boy u to iii the some sex Lornnie Natier we a it it carried on icon fish with a Dier Cut Wea imn. Willi Ilu Rowling Neco in his hand 111 mams tic Orchid iii and the lipid slaughtering n. Jays woodpeckers sparrows Lillic Birds Boli i iii i and the rest of Tho Zicai Lierd firt Ide eur of conscience. A i Quot a Smi bar ice per and Mccomi iliac of fleas said to the old Voneum Vot had just got Back to her own bed Amer sleeping out Tor a week. Quot be Don Toften see the has o you in our part of the world As the Devil said Vea von of his imps handed him an Quot Ven i vants Youl knows there to find you As the spider said to the Fly Ven he love his web All a round him to present his catching Quot i be seen you Vonce and 1 Donu vant to see you again As the sick gentleman said to the Devil Ven he called on him von vet Quot to Don t vant too Many in this concern at Vonce As the boys a Aid Ven they got into the empty sugar Quot that s enough to give any Van a pain in his Back As the cockroach said Ven the Nigger put his foot on mrs. Doyle in i a m Mici i tie unfortunate Sailor i l a Irod Street Suri nil Iod Liim Solf to the police i a Coati Visco Ilia lie Linail by ii Tor cod to give Kimseu i by Ilio Burror of a i Viliy co Sci a nce. Liver Silica i fled com the Liziie said be Tho Corpse of that Muido Icil Man l As been by my Sidon wherever 1 it it it inc Sij Uetro to and not for a single iii Nii lit can 1 a i ii my yes against Trio Frig Duful ii Carat iii a i inns i in i As i have done for to last few Liu us irl be bin pm i would rather fart Trio Failows i ii Aii be innit lived by Tho dire Ful i Liares of Quot Rei Kirse air built. Such a it Are told Mas Trio Sib Slancz of by it Sialei Keiit. Had he listen a i 111 Ilir Wari iii is of this Ivi endly Nio Nilor when i Erique u As i i ii to Nii Jib Havi Fis lors 1 1 Reiffel and the Tiralli. A Orleans removal. W. J. Flurry tailor would inform the Public that he has removed to the shop formerly occupied by Corne ius Mershon a a tailor shop on the North East Corner of the Public Square where he is prepared to execute work in a fashionable Aud durable manner. The ii Stern fashions Are regularly received. Bloomington oct. We 1838. I in Lii to s , i in s l ii i it of ill rail. Ii Nielli ii or the a Rii ii iii Pel sul Luve take 11 it in a a ,yi.- i i i Bill la Cly i Bat we Bave 1 Rallar c i a Niri Ria trial Are Stone i s.jurc/,. If Ilir band. Willi some ise i irely i agent to a declaration of Silvei Sill Misiti iii end. We must a Ialy s Liard Lite a hot Jio Aloe afraid iii a so ii Lra it i boo wild Burn our finer line truly a it was our ancient 11 to is dec a every ban we got in our clutch i Elia by a i Aii Usu. Is it nut a wonder that we never Bave been Iura Breeb of Promise w e would not Ive a supper Nail Lor one of your Emilil. I Urmal shakes of Llie band. Every person who re iii les o be or tvs it iii i is fur your touch As if 11. Us. E Afi id of a Lui bin Sui iii Wistem a ii Sli Ould of to sit Azul Arbili to and a is. Lie shakes you b i id Wii a vengeance a and Lialios your in Levi a it a Abs is you shall happen t be As thick set As himself. Well there is 11 i bin like it in a bus a go 1 car Tetany rate a iii to Wii wild rather a Man should crush Iho Bones Oloier i i ers iii Snake our so Wilder out of joint than thai b Sui ill poke a in in a ant Paw As if be were no int la cum in Eudia i ii a Bear or by Elia. I la ladles May rest assured of this Tomta Man Ubo a ill no Ribeir band when lie gets hold of it Ilo its Noi deserve to but sub a hand in duly authenticated for Salt Lemut Bis Possession arid Bat be has a heart seven Bun Jhu Bably insolvent. Fimi ii iii iii pics than a Grain of or iii Man adm . Murning i Lun. Oct. 0th, 1830. Notice. Or. Notley Baker i Akes pleasure in returning his most sincere l thanks to his patrons for the very Liberal sup port he has heretofore received at their hands and humbly Hopes a continuance of their favors As by a remitted attention to business he is determined to Endeavor to deserve it. He would also inform them and the Public generally that he is so Well Jire pared with instruments in such Superior order that vile and uncouth exc essence from the Phil of gentlemen in such a masterly manner As 10 Render it impossible to know that cold steel has Ever passed Over their to the loves of Good things you wish to partake of the Good things of this world to cat drink and be merry then repair forthwith to Notley s Wiere you will find cakes nourishing and palatable and Beer healthy and sex iterating a Beer that sparkles equal to the oldest and Best Champaigne of the most approved brands. N. N. Lie is also prepared to Cut hair in the latest fashion and is daily expecting to receive from the Eastern cities the latest fashions and improvements in this most elegant science so As to be Able to exhibit the most approved Phreno logical developed ments to the Best possible advantage. His shop is first door North of or. Orchard s inn. Bloomington oct. 1038. Wjk Mem or litters on hands in the Post office at Spencer la., and if not taken out in three months they will be sent to the of neral Post office a dead Lettera. Elsila Applegate Sobert artice enry Brewer. The clerk 5 Thomas Coplin John Cox John Chambers Jacob Conder a a. Chanier George Duignan 2 we. W. Daily Nathaniel Eaton Andrew Evane Gideon Paris John e. Franklin James Galletly Mary a. Hoopper John Johnson C. Johnson Peter Klingler oct. Is 1838. Joseph Lemmon. James m. Mathes Jonathan Masey James m Kee Jacob nigh John Pagett Andrew Reeves Benzil Riddle Elisha Smith 2 Joseph skin More 2 Samue Scott Caleb Stansbery Noah Spainhower John j. Smith Moses Smith e. Tingle Delphi Trajan James Young 2 Walter v. Alker 2 Elizabeth Wrig lit. J. . A a. 33-3 w Otice will sell to the highest bidder on Tho 30th of this. Inst. At the late residence of Paris Chipman. Dec d., the following property Viz one horse a addle and bridle one Field of Corn near 6 acres one Mantle clock 2 Long clocks one in a Case 8 head of hogs some fanning utensils some House joiners tools House hold and Kitchen furniture and a number of other Ai tides too tedious to mention. A died it of nine months will be Given on All sums Over three dollars the purchaser giving note and approved Security. Draper , adm r. Oct. 8th, 1838. 34-3w a ale of real estate. In pursuance of a decree of the Owen probate court at the it term thereof we the unders Cne will on the 9th Day of near Bor next offer for Sale on the premises at Public Vendue to the highest Slid Best bidder Tim follow Flag described tract of land South East Quarter of Section 23 in township 10 North of Bange 3 West containing 160 acres the Lan is aha Ltd in Owen county on what is called the Chi Raber so a leading i rom Spencer to Monroe county Abrat three Miles Distant from the former place. It is in a state of nature but Well watered and of a Good soil one fifth of the Purchase Money to be paid in hand iii the remainder in two equal annual Iclal mental will interest from Date. Notes will be required of the purchaser Forte last Paomei of it and the title to the land is to be held As Security for their punctual payment at which Lime a conveyance will be made Riis purchaser will receive from the commas Oconers i certificate of Purchase subject to the confirmation of the court. It l Vestfall 1 a. Alexander it Contr s. B. Sequest. Sept. 15th, 10i0. 32-3w administrator s notice. Notice is hereby Given that 1 have taken out letters of administration on the estate of Paris Chipman late of Monroe county la., dec d.,-All persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make payment immediately to the undersigned and those having claims against the same will present them said estate is a. T. Karbs Star respectfully informs the Public that he has removed his shop up stairs Over the room Occil pit by James Alexander As a grocery we fire he is prepared to execute All orders in his line of business in a neat and fashionable manner on the stories. Notice. The latest Eastern path bios Are received quarterly and no expense or pain on his part Wil i spared to Render satisfaction to All who May Lavo. Him with their patronage. , 1838. 33-tf administrator s notice. Having taken out letters of from the clerk of tie probate court of Monroe county ind. On the estate of Hiram g. Davis dec Laie i said county request All persons ind bed to the Saivii estate to make immediate payment and All Bost having claims against the same will present to Emu by authenticated for settlement. The estate is supposed to be solvent. Milton Mcpip Eluidge adm r. Oct. 3d, 1838. Ai to put an and Crisc a i of. I a ust of letters i t it tai., i in Al 1 ,. A a a. 13 in the Post t co at Bloomington ind. Muliose unspeakable a Bililc l Undcnia-1 on the is of oct. 1838, and if not taken out of the of Timo and the Misbin three months Wil be sent the general i Ost 1 Hii i iti re Laii by called it car of acc office a dead letters. A we. Arnold James a up William Alexander Roburt Alexander l. Adams a. Antoney. B or. U g Ballard. F t Butler 15, a m Buskirk 2. Jose h Bunger Elijah Burch Achilles Jurch John i Owland Preston Beck g Vav Trenton a i easy Joseph Brown Henry Hart Burk Lidward lion fund John boy tou Nelson Burges. C \ Lual e i. u Aniol e. Limi i Pipiu i i a a a Lii ii iii b iii edit m Vul i jape a Viu in near Sil Quot was Ibe answer. Quot i to Arheit so my w Ile and Mboi igbo As i so wild a e of in it business to i Waii .11.i see if i would get it Duno cheaper Quot a Villi bae several women to advertise Olimi till Nimg to a in ply fur a divorce and trial \m11 Bubo to be adv i used Yon know Bill but Lii ii Pius you Oil u been gone Vur since last Hii it Meiji tires a a a a Enn for Ebreo years to sustain a Pei icon Lor Adnoise l k s ii ? Saul Llie l Peilow acid big lips dropped be l Bis bands Ini it in lie Iid an i Nril Teri i a i Low Bat mister ? Saij he did you say total l or Linee ? i\oticf2, will be sold at Public Shle at Tho late residence of Hiram i. Davis dec On Friday the 26ib inst., All the personal property of said decedent consisting of horses cattle hogs wheat Oats Hay and Corn farming utensils household and Kitchen furniture and other articles too tedious to mention. A credit of months will be Given on All sums Over three , under three Cash in hand note and approved Security will be required of the purchaser Milton m Phetridge adm. October 3d, 1830. 3j-3w taken up on the Ichih sept. 1838, by Perry Woodall living in Bloomington township Monroe county Indiana one Iron Grey filly two years old last Spring Well grown fourteen and once Inch High three White feet and a Blaze in her face right forefoot Black dark mane and Lail appraised by Hnry wami Iler and John Stonier on the \8t oct. 1838, to thirty dollars. W. A. Gorman a p. William ii Copeland Benjamin Chandler ii cum inns Charles Carter 2, Sylvester Tamplain we Campbell Jesse Clopton Charles Cuningham. Is hereby Given to the stockholders of the a Ranchi 1 1. At Bedford of the state Bank of Indiana that an pc Dunning Joel Down Richard Empson Dor i election will be held in this place on the first Mon rows cars Simok his William wants William Ellet. James Flora Henry flood Michael Flynn John Day in no Vemta or next Between Tho hours of 10 and 6 o clock for the purpose of electing ten directors of this Branch. It is desired that a Xen Cral at Difalbo Justion of partnership. The firm of Ivany fax. , in the town of Al Lettic vibe Monroe county la., is this Day dissolved by Mutual consent. All persons having claims against said firm will please present the same to Archibald Kerry of said firm who is legally bound and fully auteur sized to pay the same and All persons owing said firm Are hereby requested to Settle and pay the same to Archibald Kerby. Achibald Kerby Alonzo Beeman. Aii Gritl Losili Kcjr. 28-3w the business of the late firm of Kerby amp Beeman hereafter will be conducted at the same place by Archibald Kerby no feels grateful for past favors Aud asks a continuance of Public patronage. Achibald Kerby. Avg. My Isas. I Arm Tor Isaac. In pursuance to an order of the probate court of Monroe qty. A. I will sell to the Hii Tchet bidder on Lue premises on the 1st Day of nov. Next the land amp Larni belonging to the estate of Joseph Arthur late of said qty. Dec Lying in Indian Creek t., Monroe qty. the following number Viz the East half of the North East Quarter and the North half of the South Vest or. Of the North East Quarter of Section 16 in township 7 North of Range 2 West and 15 acres off of the North West Quarter of the North West Quarter of Section 15 in the same township and Range and and joining to the other in All 115 acres on which there is a considerable farm and comfortable dwelling Cabins amp a. One third of the Purchase Money will be required in band and one third in 1-2 months and the other third in two years from the Day of Sale Bond approved Security will be required of the purchaser Sale to commence at l i o clock on said Day. We. Berry adm r. Oct. Nib 1838, 34-3w in ale of Leal Llis tute. By virtue of a decree of the Owen probate court at tie last term thereof there will be iii Irr l Wacil \ Well Lii ii i i la Wail a spell a Ial be i ii. A mice cily . A Farmer. W a Gorman Martha giving John a Tendance tray be Given by Thote Storest R. Do Nihil cashier. Bedford la. Sept. I4th, 1833. 3-. La Rossbock Josiah Goodwin. Moses Gray James Gordon James Glenn Thomas Gourly. I u c p Hesters Hugh Hill g w Hardin w t Henderson Zach. Hallar we r Harding 2, Calvin Huff la e Frem ii it ii Ier slates the following to to John f Henry John Hardesty. David Hase Joseph the a is Imirie us the la a Abl land ii France Arabio Henderson John Henson Thilman Howard Mary i school books have been established at Louis land b. Liares pasture land and Vino Hastings. R m turtness. Or Jackson Henry Jack a Ville by. On Pearl Street Between main and Market \ aril. 1.3 Beniares Woods 7,442,311 Hectar John Jackson we Johnson novely Jones i. Kiich will be sold at Cost. Orders accompanied with i a and Mise. Lan it us Culque ��,a7 �,7u2 hectares., remittances will be promptly attend by a Rea of i Anee not taxable consist Alexander Kelly Ivan King Caleb Ba-1 Joseph Huber agent. Imio Cis. Tvs cemeteries canals etc., was Quot of Quot a. Alexander Kerr Willis Lamb 2, Louisville by. Aug. �7th. 1838. Oil Redfor Sale on the Preu Iiames to Tho highest and Best bidder at Public outcry on the first Day of next november the following tract of land subject to the widow s right of Down a being the real estate of Martin comfy deceased the no it East Quarter of Sec. �3 in township 1� North of Range 3 West and also the following to wit commencing at the South East Corner of the East half of Tho North West Quarter of Sec. In township 0 North of Range 3 West thence running we it Jug poles Tience North 36 poles and 6 feet to licence West 44 poles to the West Linco said halfqr., if Price Mortti with the line 43 >ole8 and 10 feet Ubence East Lio poles thence South 80 poles to Ibe be i inning containing in he whole Aud lying together Ono 190 acres except about two acres and a Quarter deeded to certain trustee for school purposes. The alive described land is situated on the Touth Side and Botne Niles Distant irom White River in said county of Owen. It is of the Best Quality of up land soil lies Well for cultivation and has the advantage of an abundance 01 ood water. There Are something iifte25 .v now in cultivation and about to amp acres on which the Timber is dead and in a fit state Tor cleaning up a Small log dwelling House covered with boards on the premises. J to Hundred and fifty dollars of Tho Purchase Money to be pud in hand the residue in Lour Anu Ubl instalments with 6 per cent interest from Date with Good and sufficient free hold Security. Thu purchaser will receive a Bertim Cato of Purchase on the Day of Sale and Pav Meni of the last instalment. P. S. The widow will Sei Lior right of Dower on Good on thu Day of Sale. James , adm r. Sept. Test 1838. 30-3w books books depository of bibles testaments and sundry m my Keg a total of62,708, in Iju Tatlian Legg. B Eliares a .3�,u-,� l Gigli a acres. We Martin Washington Moss Jacob May a this a Ella. A re , Rebecca Miller c Manson James i Mathers Sarah Matlock John Mccormac John m dial m a gentleman was Sti Nek Lead in a Calahan Andre w to Broom we ili Ischii l Isi week by Ibe Giunco of a lady s Oye thru i i a key Bulow tuner Ulbe Eye not known. Halt i Mure Sun. The Wiiilie of Philadelphia Are As merciful As Bev Are Beauzil ii for by Wear greens yes to prevent any is ice l Lul Adelphia Leyte. Here they Are Loo Nuu Iest to look at n gentleman a a circe iii ii Uvea Are . Tiik Natii. Do Yon Quot said Sarah Quot Tother Day Quot in Earnest love me As you say f Quot of Are those tender words applied Quot to fifty other Giris beside Quot a Deur cruel girl Quot cried i forbear l in by to Nisei a Herby lips l swear Quot Mie 8iopp<d Ine us Thi South i look jul .Ai.l, Quot you to sworn now kiss Iho Sam new he milies Peculiar to or. But a i a a sum Weller Quot in the comedy Fiat Namo. Ilii i 111. An Noi iii i Umily you Don t Ait Ilie 111 Veli a be bit Bini in the in it iii ready for you Ai the Ert r Nelson Samusd Neal Thomas Nesbit a a 1 Bolinas Oli pliant John Owens j l Payne we l Reston Nancy iii lips we put Nan John Paio St l l Robins iii j p Robinson. We Ruckle Randolplh Ross sheriff of Monroe win Thompson ainu c Tilford John Talbot. V w Josiah Vandevender John Waggamon j m Wilson 6, Abnar White Solomen wooden Hen a Mise Hiram Ward Godfrey Williams or. A Wylie. B. R. Byers . Ciao Letioa of partner Phlp. The undersigned on the loth inst. Purchased Jas. s interest in the Ann of Wright 4-King, and intends closing business As soon As possible All persons owing the firm of Wal tit 4r King will please Call on the undersigned and close their accounts by Cash or note. Also All persons having claims Salust said firm will present Uteri to me Bressl element. W Illiam s. Wright. September Toth 1838.notice. The notes and account of David Killough dec a Are placed in the hands of p. C. I running the attorney for the estate for collection All those who o not make payment on or before the 10th Day of sept next wiil have to by posts. The estate must be settled up by nov. Probate court to which those owing must make payment. Sarah Killough a Der x. Aug. 31st, 1838. 89-3wadministra Tor s no Tice. Notice is hereby Given that i have taken out letters of administration upon the estate of Sou Hodges late of Lawrence county. A. Dec All persons indebted to said estate ars requested to make payment to the undersigned and those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated for settlement said estate is supposed to be solvent. John Potter. Adm r. August Isth 1838. 30-3wadin�oq�ostrmu>r8 Votice. I i Lawrence county. I probate court August term 1838. a Fin Lutency John k. Cummings adm r. Of the estate of John Keithley dec It thu creditors of said John Keith Ley. Tho said John k. Cummings administrator As a Abr said having filed his memorial in said court setting Forth the condition of said estate and shewing Liht Aid estate is insufficient to pay Tho debts and demanded out standing again the same. It is therefore ordered by the court that the filing and the Pendency of said complaint be made known Toi creditors of the said John Keithley deceased by pub lies Tion of this order i or six weeks successively in the Bloomington Post a weekly newspaper Publ hed la the town of Bloomington in this stale and that they be informed that unless they notify the said admin it Trator of Tho Exi tenge Aud extent of their Repec Tivo claims by filing the same or a statement of the nature Date and description of the contract or Assum sit upon which the same May be founded in the office of the clerk of this court previous to the final distribution of the assets of the Este of said decedent such claims will get postponed in favor of the claim of Tho More diligent erect Tore. A copy attest Robert mitciieu.,clerk. T9-4wo a sate on the 16th of november next will be sold at Tho dwelling House of Peter thrasher Dee The m. Lowing property belonging to the estate of said decedent to Wil four head of horses Tielve head of cattle thirty six hogs Twenty three sheep a Oliai Tity of Corn. Oats and wheat household and Kite Hea fair Nav Ture. Farming tools and Var Loim other articles not aet Crim it Ary to mention. A erect a of mine lao Otlis Wal s. D. Chipi hav hat manufacturer first door Nouth of i. H. Lola son s dwelling House and opposite the my bib. Orchard s Lun. I he undersigned having administered on the es-.1. Tate of Peter thrasher. Dec Request All persons of iii the same to make Immy Diatz payment. A a a a j a. .,1 ,.� Vin . .0 lit . Chord in in Quot Quot Quot Quot Quot Quot Quot a a a a up it Quot a by. Or John the Klawier. Suejit Michael Ali rashes. Tell rasher. I7ili.l837. 3�-3w sept. 17th, 1038

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