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Indianapolis Indiana Democrat (Newspaper) - June 11, 1831, Indianapolis, Indiana By a. A. Morrison Indiana oms saturday june 11, 1831, Voli .�?n0.4fj� to Poland on Reading Vir a Alc Dii it at Hasra i vial ill fat i fit Una or. Of Kavcic Patr Brave to Laius u burst Tiu vile chairs that Bat Gnu Thuc in in Thoush thy has fled n l Sharr ? tie Ca sack sort Ftp or thy , like a Fioti tie Ca sack sort Ftp or thy , like a fio tithe Rains me smoke a a Hen Pilipi Lati stood Quot ii vol. Rcck. Ith inv patriots bipod but ave Battle is won is tii chorus till Sifo linear i. A Talla it a to a in Rilyn or 1,.&Quot Sianii want Limilo Fanir l Ole 1 ran vivit intend to live 101,1 Lov ii i it Icela a or in fend bit yield Livial Ustby Foo Castle have to a to iv.,it 11, e in i a l Issue below. Prepare ton i Eccl Catli to of a Kiaira y if their lit left oilers ill Battle Sli Oxild fall Anil i Ilai a id Tull foe. Ind fierceness have it is said been overrated and the Man who can undaunted Day face Lum or evade his first dreadful Spring Ely Falls Hishi Clim. Wider ravages co milled by Tolje Hyena not the strongest but the most ferocious and int amenable of All the beasts of prey. These Crea by moving in numerous bands a Chieve what is beyond the single strength of the greater animals they burst with min a hey inroad info Trio cities and have a Ric Duy s orm fortified enclosures. The elephant roams in vast herds through the densely wooded tracts of the Interior disputing with the lion the rank of Kingoff the lower creation matchless in Burkandt i yet tranquil Majestic peaceful led in Loo s under the guidance of the most ancient of the number having a social and Ira Ost moral autence. Lie Iii itch cd neither Man nor beast. The human being More frequently the aggressor not Only if a View of proc rain Iho fruits it if the Ashre at licks tie Caze on Thel part Ali at visions a Deus Ali in Eves Livitha ice scr Liim nuer Al to i leave cd lampoons of Justice and Rig lit tie enemy s Mote,1 and Nies. Oli or a Rae Tnie ii arted pole to prove Liivik Rini and Brave. hic and peasant unite Liepart and soul to licit lie Viti tie Fier to Caroli Orn Lake it a Al Orion a save. , Nakes but to a Niht of Tiv slavery s past a 1 Lilicy s Mon ,0 Cloud May its is at hand a Flat r 1 Liri Hon cos a a in overt st Ike Virmie be Brave poles and let this prove the last Oft lie Lior jes Itiat is a lava a your land. Heave n to burst tie vile ii aids a tic v Ime i All Vitilie in Orem and Linine. Torni in tiny Freedom Lias lied its re Toro ise a Brave stir in to wipe off the stains till t Piave Tanii Sii d its glory and Fame. Tile scene of Suva in Tiv s Huttl cries in 1t3.�z. I 111 Lis in Cilent Mei i toned in tie official pm cute of Warsaw is Ciarac Teristi of ii a polish ladies in Beauty Ami to Iii Lii in Foi Ifim is of the ?t1ps v in Beauty Ami to Iii Lii in Foi Ifim is of the ?t1ps v Ich Pula Iid about has. It. A its Vicy Hie Only and Trio Imp Prev of t am a. Or ii curate of Iwic. Froin inc n. Y. Angeii Aii. Discoveries and adventures in Africa. This constitutes no. Xvi. Of Harper edition of the family a Ilmira and wit in it i radio univ callers afrin is Whattl preceding nuts or the Descove lion in the Arctic Koginos is Wii i regard it Northern a summary of the re std i of their Many Atul various attempts illustrated with notices of the animal vegetable and Mineral life of thai Groat continent. The Wood i it however Wlinich purport to present to the a a my of the objects described in the Liitt had been bettor omitted for their is wretched. The wild and unt amenable spirit of adventure which has led so Many Gallant and accomplished travellers to follow each other in the fatal career of african disco Orcas imparted an interest to their labors and sacrifices which nothing that As yet has resulted from them can otherwise explain. 3ir. 3iurray has in the volume before us presented a such act narrative of these and All preceding voyages excluding Egypt As being in a wholly different condition from the rest of Africa and entitled to a volume by itself while messes. Jameson and Wilson have arranged the scientific details. A few extracts will enable our readers to judge of. The interests of this Book. The animal world in Africa change f Ual to nature As it passes from oct an offer Triesc opposite regions. Ii those Plains which of inundated by the git Rivers it i multiplies Fet an extraordinary rate and often Assum Mim a repulsive Iorns. Throughout Iii Tifis continent the wild tribes exist in Laroff a a Iid formidable Humbers and there is scarcely n tract which they do hold Quot full Possession or fiercely dispute with urn. Even the most densely peopled wide forests and wastes whose Savage tenants find their prey occasionally in Man himself As Well As in the Domestic animals which surround him and when the scent of human Slaughter is wafted on the Breeze bands of hungry monsters hasten from Vepy Side to the feast of blood. These ferocious creatures hold indeed to commanding a position that the colonists scarcely make any attempts extirpate them or even to keep Down Thoi no my Oral. To wages against them Only it defensive War and employs his courage and skill chiefly in Hunting the elephant the Antelope and other peaceful species by Whoso spoil Honey to enriched. The lion that King of the desert that mightiest Tinong Tho tribes Wlinich have the. Wilderness for their abode abounds in Africa and causes All Fier forests to re Cabo Iobst til but also in order to obtain posing his tusks of Ivory forms it Irti cirs of Africa is san ugh of the Lii de j Der who Nam most valued the Prodi Iii his almost i Elliot High Tow i most Porile he by Ljra to in f various 1 a Vicli i the Bony hich unit a of the Phant rapid i object of attack even to in Lars so that pits and snares kinds Are the usual modes by pure Ismeit cited. Instead of to e Tiger Africa has the Leopard and tin it lick belonging however Only t in of its districts. In that Large Nyrl Broad id through the Imu a Shadow than a Nice c Lassof Trio Titrous form i Eldy Figun t ers of Africa be forests which of amphibious an and pc ize. Display the Rhinoceros. Which i h not strictly amphibious slowly tras marshes and swampy grounds and it equals the elephant in strength and Sive Power but his stature Unity and his Wisdom. The single ii Mchorn v. Ith he defends him-3 an article of Commerce in the East i not valued in Europe. A still a Sli pipe is Flint of the Hippopotamus or horse fitted alike to stalk on land Orch along the Bottom of the Waters a. In on Trio in a Jii face. He is slow Vous or cantle yet whf3n annoyed i or Accident Bis Wrath is he rushes tip from in watery re-1 by merely striking with his enor can Overset or sink a loaded but into most or Adful of ail the its of ii african Rivers is the the Hir Cit and fiercest of the a inc. Lie lies like a log Tipon the latching for his Airey attaching id even the Strongi it animals to Trover Cir age i Fly him in of 1>v ii Riih Allther we Rich Africa Vii the Serpent in some by their bulk s destroyed Only lust he of the a lydian deserts e of our country Vithous any inti Stinnie and deadly on we have not yet Don Strous and prox Gigious funds generates. She swarms m-liro<.kl-, which pm read terror do airily ois others by to and fire ugh. In this respect the Africa for Pfeuti have struck the world with amaze Menf a mint history records that Whol provinces were overrun by them and that one after i put Iii the j with a Ilo Inan Carniv w by the use of Bathe Rizig r among Tho notice Bjelich a compound they r Nous travellers in these we find the following on men Ledyard though \ mation that he was an american the first adventurer was or. Led Yard who born a traveller had spent i life in passing from one of thu Carti to another. To had sailed round the world with capt. Cook had lived Foi several years among the american Indi ans and had made a journey with the most scanty Means from Stockholm round that Gulf of bothnia and thence to tie remotest parts of Asiatic Russia. On his re he Joseph a to whom he owed Many obligations just As that eminent person was looking out it an african discoverer. He immediately pronounced Ledyard to l e the very a he Van cd and recommended him to i Beaufoy who was struck with his Iii countenance Frank conversation and an Eye expressive of determined Enterprise Ledyard declared this scheme to be quit in unison with his Oivin Wishe and on being asked How soon he could set out i replied "to-Morrow affairs were in i unto Quot so matured but he was soon provi ded to Alexandria with the View of fit proceeding southward from Cairo to Snaar and thence traversing Ali entire auth of the african continent. He afro Biltat Cairo the 19th August 3788, and while preparing for Bis journey into the Interior transmit to some bold original though somewhat fanciful observations upon Egypt. He represents the Delta As an unbounded Ali info Ceu Lent land miserably cultivated in Shiha Ges As most Wret Clied assemblages of Pite mud huts full of dust fleas Flics and Al the curses of Moses and the people As below the rank of any Savages he eve cd saw wearing Only a Blue shirt and drawers and Tatu As much of the South sea islanders. To bids his correspondents if they wish to Seo egg Tian women to look of any group of gypsies behind a Jug in Essex. The Mohammedans he descril>e8 As a trading cute Prisin superstitious warlike sect of Ngah crids Eddo go but he complains that the condition of a Frank is rendered most humiliating and distressingly the furious bigotry of the turks. It seemed id conceivable that such enmity should exist among men and that be Insp of the same species should think and act in a manner so opposite. By crying with the Jarahs or slave merchants he Learned a Good Deal respecting the caravan routes and countries of the in a. Every thing seemed ready for his departure and to announced that his next communication would to from a a Snaar but on he contrary the first tidings received were those of his death. Some delays in the de Arluro of the Caravati work in upon his impatient spirit brought on a big ious complaint to which he applied rash id violent remedies and thus a himself to a from Tench the a Quot m of Rosetti Consul of the Best physicians of curio sought in air to deliver Liing. Concerning Park on his first journey Der circumstances of the Japsi depress a nature naked and alone in a Valet wilderness too Nick a from any Setel Cmunt surrounded by Savage beasts and men still More Savago he saw no Prospect before him but to lie Down and perish. From this depth if despondency Bis mind was suddenly re Ives by a mingled impression of nature my of religion. A Small Moss in a slate of of rectification struck his Eye the do Lite conformation of whose roots leaves d capsule could not be contemplated without admiration. He then Bethought self Quot can that being who planted watered and brought to perfection in this of cure Corner of the world a thing which up cars off Small importance look with concern upon the situation and sufi by nos of creatures formed after his own in Ige Quot inspired by these just and pious reflect Ioris he started t3p and went on despite of fatigue and he soon found de Ance to he nearer than he had any Rea anticipate. Ii Ign it of tale no Aga a a Falls. A gentleman residing in Albany a amps lately furnished us with the perpendicular height of the Falls taken by actual Meas mint from the new Bridge recently erected from the West i of Goat Island ending to the Terrapin rocks 300 feet from the Shore. The Mode adopted in ascertaining the depth from the Brink of the fall to Tho surface of the water below leaves no room toques ii n its correctness. A piece of scantling was need projecting from the railing of the Bridge Over the Edge of the precipice from which w As Pended a Cord with a weight attached reaching of orly to the water in a perpendicular line. The length of the Cord t the surface of the water at the Brink was 13 Leet 1 Inch from this to tie water he Low on accurate measurement the Diance was found to be 158 feet 4 Inch these facts Are duly certified by several gentlemen residents and foreigners and by or. Hooker the superintendent Goat journal. Mih Nof Ordath to habit of a voiding personal danger or he instinct that leads to the preservation of life is i Strong that persons who arc resolved c suicide sometimes conduct it in a very ludicrous manner under the fear of that death which they Are desirous of Purchas we have heard of a countryman who had made up his mind to Quot shuffle of Sitthi mortal Coil Quot and Only waited until he had settled in his mind the most comfortable Way of by iffy. Not being Able readily to agree with a self on the important Point he Init red a neighbor of his whom he met with an axe on his shoulder that he was resolved upon death and would take it As a great favour if he would assist him in the accomplishment of his Purpo i his neigh four being willing to humor the candidate for a change of world fold him he was just going into the Woods to it chopping and if be would accompany bin he would fell a free upon him and put a end to his life with very Little trouble. Quot i m very much obliged to you Quot said the weary of Tho world Quot and consider myself bound to you for life til go and be killed directly accordingly to followed the Man to the Woods. A tree was chosen and he was directed where to stand so As to re live Tho full Force of ils fall. He fixed himself on the spot folded his arms and prepared to await the event. The chopper began to Layon with Vig Orous blows while death s candidate kept his Eye upon the top of the tree to Seo the it would fall. To stood very composed for a while but Al length Bon to appear uneasy and not perfectly satisfied with Hii prospects. And while the axe Man seemed to him to redouble his blows winking an winking to thought he perceived the treo begin to nod and that tie next moment would be his last. The cold sweat Tenn to Issue from his skin his limbs fumbled he could stand it no longer Liq look to flight and Nover looked behind hit no Dill he had got at least forty rods Rod to Stop to was Pur a a Man who on coming by. . To tip be was afraid of i staid a cd the chopper Quot you when sued a Quot a True Quot said the Man with great my licit Quot but i forgot Liat. Of How 1 tremble if in staid there a Pii Nute longer i should have been a dead Man. Wet a rash it made when it fell it crash Aljy that tree is standing yet. Merely chopped it with the head of the with the head of Tho axe do you say o you cheating Rascal hut i la never Trust you to kill me again i la be hanged if Bacon fruit. \ Tust received and for Pale /. I of 2000 lbs of Bacon a Choice lot. 50 bus Liely dried pc aclies and apples. Cash for Bemp. Cash and goods will to Given for i 10,000 weight of water and Dew. Rot. J. Ted hemp by. I a Thos. M Quat. Ii j Indianapolis juai/28,1831. 43 state House sealed Pilot orals will be Reoe Voil by the unil Ersi Ned until 13 o clock m. On saturday August 13, two Hundred and ten perches of rough Stone and one Hundred and fifty perches of Hen or Cut Stone of 25 cubic feet to a porch to be delivered on the stale House Square in Indian Polis. On or before the second monday in Niue next 1832. All of the Stone to be Ofa suitable Quality building and the dressed Stone to l c finished for Range work to face at least depth and the length and Brea tii to correspond thereto. A Bond and approved Security for the fulfilment of the contract will be required id the names of those offered As Security must accompany the proposals. James Blake come missioner. 13,1831. 41-tf plans for a state House Fob the st ate or air Diana. Will be received by the undersigned at Indianapolis until the Lois Day of november next to be submitted for approval to the next Legisla of this slate for the Best of which i thus ascertained a Premium of one Hundred and fifty dollars is hereby Oft sred. Tie building is to Beof sufficient size to admit a representative Hall to contain one Hundred members and a lobby con Van int and proportionate thereto and i gallery to contain at least one Hundred , with scats and pervs Raisin a in manner of an . A chamber for the Senate to contain at least fifty Mem liars and a lobby of proportionate size and a gallery to contain not less than one Hundred persons Wilh pews or seats rising in the manner of an amphitheatre. One room Foi the supreme court of the slate one room for the office of the see rotary of state one room for Tho office of the auditor of Public accounts one Roon fur the state Library one room for the Law Library six committee rooms and six rooms for the clerks of the legislature the whole Cost not to exceed forty eight thousand persons May be enabled sati mate the relative prices of labor a materials in the Vicinity i have thought it advisable to Annex the following is furnished in the Wall on Bridges on the National Road in this Vicinity at 50 cents per Perch of 25 cubic feet. Best Brick a striated at $6 50-cents per thousand in the Wall lumber from a 00 to �1 50 per 100 feet. Carpenters and Brisli layer at ,�1 25 to $1 50 per Day. Labourers. §10 Ooper month. Boardm from 25 tos2 00 per week. James Blake commissioner. Indianapolis May \3,1ssi. 41 of the editors of the National intelligencer Baltimore Republican Aurora and Pennsylvania Gazette Philadelph Quot journal of Commerce n. Y. Cincioni american and Louisville advertiser will each give Tho above eight Semi weekly portions and Forward their Bills. Taken up y Nathan Hardin Liv _ ing in Warren town. Ship Marion county Indi Ana five Bead of stray horses one a Bay Mare sixteen hands High with a Star and snip and supposed to be eight years old appraised to forty dollars. One Bay horse fifteen hands High a Star in his forehead and three while Fel supposed to be seven years old and appraised to forty five dollars. One sorrel Mare fourteen hands High a Star and snip branded on the near shoulder with s. A and supposed to to eight years old with a Small Bell on and appraised to forty Dol Lars. Also. Two sorrel Colts supposed to to one year old one a them Lias a Star and snip Tho other no tones or Marks perceivable and Nyimi Scuto dollars by we. Bank Foa Llerandi James Loverton of the Slat Day of May 1831.a Mcco Pyfrom my stray both a ,. Ifni a brads a to pay. Those to whom we owe Blacksmith work Are requested to Call 3 soon As possibly convenient As it Side signed to make some alteration in our plan of business. Such Utica cars of a spa As have contracts for work will please Forward their Bills and order their work and at the close of their year Stop their papers unless requested to continue them. A amp b. K. Smith. Jvon 20,1831. 42�?if. By the pres Deitt of the Trai i us states in pursuance of Law i Andrew Jackson president of Ijiro United slates of America do hereby Declarer and make known that Public sales will he a a held at the undermentioned land offices in the slate of Indiana at the periods de signalled for the smile of the lands herein after mentioned Viz at the land office at Vin Cennes on the 3d monday in jul next 1and at the land office on the 1st monday in aug. Next for the disposal of such relinquished. And reverted lands within the present limits of those districts not heretofore exposed to Public Sale subsequently to their relinquishment or reversion to the United states As shall not prior to the fifth Day of july next have been paid for or in deemed agreeably to the provisions of the. Act of Congress approved on the 31st Day of March 1830, entitled Quot an act for the Relief of the purchaser of the pub lie lands and for the suppression of Iraq. Bulent practices at the Public sales of the lands of the United slates Quot and of the Art supplementary thereto approved on the 2,= Day of february 1831. At the land of ice at fort Wayne on the 1st monday of june next for tit Sale of the a a vhf township to duty Taco North of Range ten East township thirty three North of ranges nine ten eleven twelve East township arty our North of Antres one ten ant eleven East township a it i Jii it Irth of ranges a ave six seven a get a a one East township Iii Fiji Sti Orth of ranges. Three four be six it Ven eight anime East township thirty seven North of ranges be set and Jecen Quot , no oranges five six seven eight and nine East at the land office at Craw Fords Vule on the 2d monday in june next for the disposal of the under Menfo a Ned. Townships and fractional townships m fractional township Tonii i oar North of Range three a it fractional township Tonty five North of Range Firo West Ltd fractional township Twenty six i Orth of Range one West fractional township ii Raj so Teri ii oath. Of ranges our a i seven acid eight a a West ii i Stoi North to if Range one Etc also at Tho Imo times and places will to to Public Sale without to i serve All sections or parts of sections subject lobe sold by the United states and situate within the respective limits of Tho aforesaid land duty cts v any township heretofore offered at Public Jim s Sale which May not have been Here old re exposed to Public Erie. A a lists Otho particular tract of land maybe had at the respective land Olbrei Boven med.,. A a the sales will be kept open for a Tertz Quot i i not exceeding two weeks and no Long. That May be Necos Rary to offer All Ltha tracts intended to be embraced by us a a a Roclan Matron and the lands re served by it w Forth use., of schools or purposes Willie cd added from a a a ii i. Gluon under hand at a Teisi Washington to a st Day of by a. Is

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