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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - April 21, 1830, Indianapolis, Indiana 3mc7 Zid ires and toy Katsus. I love the lib fatal who inherits a Generou Independent mind the few whose own intrinsic merits adorn and Benefit Mankind. I hate the sordid selfish Many the cringing Servile mean and Jase the Toni be that lies to save a Penny the Knavish heart with smiling face. I love the Man who feels indignant when whispered slanders it tet his car who cherishes no thoughts Millig Tiant but Aims to keep his conscience Clear. J hate the wholesale scandal dealer the Petty sly retailer too i hate the reputation stealer the Friendship masked with heart untrue. I love the Man whose Noble spirit nor wealth nor Power can debase in whose affections Humble Merit is sure to fed a Welcome place. I hate the shameless ostentation of hypocrites and fools and knaves i hate the thirst for adulation the food of Kings and breath of slaves. In Short i love whate or conducts to make us Happy Good or great whatever in the mind produces a tranquil self approving state. 1 hate whatever can degrade us beneath the dignity of Man whate or Dis honors him that made be or doubts the Wisdom of his plan. Amusing Hini elfin the Cher disc of skating of the St. Regis River about a mile above the Village of that name he i cautiously slip into an air Hole. His a cries soon arrested the attention of some indians who were returning from Hogansburg by a land Road separated from the River by a Small Thicket of Woods. The Indian death cry was a Stull client signal to inform that a Friend was in distress. The whole party consisting of six or seven persons left their horses and sleighs and ran in the direction from whence the cry came and soon discovered the to fortunate boy struggling in the last agony of despair. They All stopped at the verge of the ice except one this was an Uncle of the boy he did not hesitate but plunged into the water perfectly a dismayed by the awful Prospect before him of Wloch he was cautioned by his then sinking Nephew in these words Quot Uncle do not Conio after me or you will perish with he swam a few rods when he met a Bur of inc that separated him from the Hole in which i his Nephew was he used All the strength he was master of to break the ice with his arms but finding it impracticable he dived under it a distance of about Twenty four feet and Reachel the Side of Iii Nephew who Hud already sunk below tie surface he caught him and wit i one Clifort of Herculian strength threw him on the ice when with very Little assistance lie might have been saved but being quite benumbed and probably insensible to his danger lie Slid Back into the water and was drowned. The generous Uncle whose Nanie deserves to be recorded Jean i Baptist Torrence was by the exertion made in swinging Iii Nephew on the ice driven under it on the opposite Side and was seen flouting Down wit i the current by the persons above at a distance of about 8 or 10 feet from the air Hole. In this most horrid of All imaginable situations he had the presence of mind to Endeavor to break the ice with his head but Vas twice unsuccessful alien in ids Mim words desperation impelled Huiai to one More Effort not however before he had taken a considerable Piantiny of water he managed with the motion of Iii hands and feet to gain the Bottom and with one bold Spring drove his head through the ice where he must yet have perished had he not been rescued by those on the ice. I saw him six weeks after the occurrence he appeared quite recon ouzo the subscriber has taken that Large and commodious tavern known by the name of the White Hall hotel situated on main Street nearly opposite the presbyterian Church in Cicinnati Ohio. He solicits a share of the Public patronage particularly of the citizens of Indiana. He is prepared to accommodate families visiting the City with private apartments. . Murdock. March 25,1830. 362 the subscriber wishes to inform persons who have or May hereafter become subscribers to the Quot Christian advocate Quot published at new York that he will cheerfully act As agent for said paper. In doing so he will receive moneys give receipts Aad make remittances to the publishers free of any expense to those who May be patrons of the above work in this Section of the country. Thomas s. Hitt. Indianapolis March 22, 1830. 361 a list of Liet teis Rem Kinin to in the Post Oitice at Indianapolis Indiana on the 3lst March 1830, which if not taken out within three months will be sent to the general Post office As dead letters. Leverton James Lovett Edmond a Otice. The widow and heirs of Ezekiel Parish dec. Late of Putnam county Indiana will take notice that John Miller and Willey Miller his wife formerly Willey Parish and daughter of the said Ezekiel Parish will petition the Putnam county circuit court for a division of the land belonging to the said widow and heirs of the said Ezekiel Parish dec. Ind lying in the said county of Putnam at the Nixt april term of the said Putnam county circuit court. John Miller Willey Miller. March 20, 1830. 361 Anthony Peter Askren Thomas Arnold William b Brady John Burk John Brown John 2 Burns John 2 Bradley Jamesf. Belles j. Brenton Elizabeth Byrn Alfred Blackford Isaac 3 Blake James 2 Briant Thomas Barlow Enoch Bryan Mary a. B. Bowman Ezekiel Blackerby Thos. Brown Zemry the bloody Bridge. A tale of 1670. Near the Banks of the meandering Miami j ered a Xci to Quot the Quot top of Quot of Lii s head which Quot was surrounded by an almost impenetrable Forest dreadfully i Herald. Stood a decayed breast work which bore the appellation of fort Detroit. Here at the beginning of the Indian summer in 1670, a body tale of 76.�?before the two armie.-, a. Merican and English had begun the general of Connecticut squatters and a company of action at Monmouth two advanced batteries militia resided without fear of being molested commenced a very severe fire against each of by their Savage neighbors who had on several ther. As the warmth was excessive the wife occasions shown their feelings to be Friendly of a Cannonier constantly ran to bring water but the news of War Between the English and for him from a neighbouring Spring. At the in the French and the sudden appearance of a Stant when she started from the Spring to pass fre Ich Serjeant in the Indian Camp excited to the Post of her husband she saw him we the suspicion of the settlers and served to put and hastened her Steps to assist him but he them on their guard. For a time they Refus was dead. At the same moment she heard an de to Trade or even Hunt with the Savages but Oscer order the Cannon to be removed from its at length from the Confidence with which they place complaining he could not Fdl his Post by entered the fort and the Good and kind treat a As Brave a Man As had been killed. Quot no Quot said ment they Iliad bestowed upon the child of a i the intrepid Molly fixing her eyes upon the of settler who had wandered far into the Wilder Ficor Quot the Cannon shall not be removed for Ness Tho a suspicious began to Wear off and at of some one to serve it since my Brave the commencement of the approaching har husband is no More i will use my utmost exer Vest they invited their Reil Brethren to unite a tons to avenge his the activity and with them and drink of the Quot Strong mater Quot i courage with which she performed the office of on the Plains before the stockade. The Day 1 Cannonier during the action attracted the at arrived and the soldiers with their wives Tention of All who witnessed it finally of Gen March Oil Forth to meet their Indian assistants eral Washington himself who afterwards gave who were to assemble at a certain hour upon the her the rank of lieutenant and granted Quot her Bridge we Iii connected tiie . Half pay during life. She wore an Paulette it was the appointed hour when the soldiers and every body called her Captain Molly. Reached the Bridge but not an Indian met their Jav w. Journal. Lennister Abraham Lathrop weighty m Mckinney j. T. Gen l. Morris a. W. Major Mann John l. Merritt Charles or Mcvey Vii Siam Morrison to Amuel Marshall Samuel Meadows John Mason Martin Morris b. F. Myers William Monfort Aaron Mansfield William Martindale Martin 2 Mote James Mckinley Wesley John Brown James or Henry manrow Samuel let of watch Ilsc Axelw ran a Way from the subscriber on the 4 the of december last a negro Man named dark complexion 6 feet i Inch High 23 years of age he wore Long Bushy hair had on a coarse Bear coating roundabout Blue jeans pantaloons and Blue striped Versailles Vest and a for hat with a very Small brim. To is known in Nashville by the name of Bill Tate and it is supposed he will continue 60 to Call himself it a understood that he left this place on the Steamboat traveller and it is presumed that he is working on the River still or that he is in some free state. A Reward of 25 will be Given for said boy if apprehended and secured in this state so that i get him $50 if taken in an adjoining state and $100 if taken in a free state or territory. 361 Peyton Fletcher. Drullinger Banks Charles Brown Robert Beeler Charles c Coverdale Richard Culbertson John Clark Alexander Carpenter William 2 Cather Robert Casel George Clar sur or. Chilson Emer Coburn Heuy p. Mcduffee Benjamin Mcclintock Thomas Mcintosh William Mcfall John Maguire or. Murphy William p. Milroy John Miller Samuel n new John Nelson Thomas b. Newland John h. O Ormes Charlea we would inform our friends and custom ers and the Public in general that having sustained loss by fire which consumed our old tavern stand we have removed to the Frame building a part of which was lately occupied As a Saddler s shop nearly opposite where we formerly kept tavern where we Are in Hopes we shall be Able to accommodate any and All persons in the Best manner possible. Brown amp Daniel. Princeton feb. 11,1830. 359 Quot valuable prof of Fob . Will be offered for Sale at Public Vendue on saturday the 24th Day of april next in the town of Delphi Carroll county Indiana the following property Viz a number of Twildi Ift lists in the town of Delphi. Also a ta3t Yard and Jiining said town on which is the up csatary buildings and improvements a Patent bark Mill amp Tanner s tools said property will be sold by order of the pro Bate court of Carroll county As the property of William Wilson dec. For the Benefit of the heirs of said Wilson. Sale to commence at id o clock on said Day when terms of Sale will b6 Ade known and attendance Given by William Mccrery it Thomas Sterlyn Delphi March 24,1830. Clerk Moses 2 eyes All was As still As the morning after the creation. Naught save the shrill notes of the feathered tribe the blowing of the Distant Isi on and the hoarse murmuring of the neighbouring torrent As it poured Down its Rocky bed served to denote the Rule of animate nature. As the party halted a suspicion that All was not Ris it suddenly shot across the imagination of their commander. Major Daly Ell. He held a commission from the King and his fortitude and Mercer Tion were alike worthy of the Soldier and the statesman. He immediately despatched thirty men under the command of tie Serjeant to the fort with orders to watch with the utmost Diligence add await his return with the main body this order was immediately followed by the movement of the corps and soon the Little band were hid among the coverts of the Forest. At the close of another half hour a Hundred Roilos sounded from the Wood on either while the Whites who were Union soil i a ii ii n approach of the Savate turn Quot a Rhi i. Welcome their friends. B it what a it Quot to it i astonishment to find one hair it a Ali or a Imber dead and wounded upon the Bri Hrc a Liose groans were rendered till then inaudible from the echoing of the Raus the Little band looked upon their dead and i of Washington Street where wounded Brothers with fear mingled with horror. There was no Chance of escape their Este it a is Lilit. The undersigned respectfully informs the Public that she has opened a House of private entertainment at her residence on Washington Street nearly opposite or. Hawkins tavern where she is prepared to accommodate All who May favour her with their custom on As Good terms and in As comfortable a manner As possible. She also continues to keep a boardk0 Zouse and returns her grateful acknowledgements for past favors and intends still to Supply her table with the Best the country can afford and Hopes thereby to obtain a Liberal share of tire Public patronage. Elizabeth Nowland. Indianapolis March 15, 1830._360_ Chinoweth James Cross Elizabeth clerk supreme court Cullen William Collius Jeremiah d Davis William Davis Robert Delong alexanders Draper j. Amp b. Daringer Jacob Duval Phillip Darr Joseph e Eacret Charles Evans Isaack f Faught Paul Fry Thomas Fletcher Calvin flood Noah g Glenn Archibald 2 John Gorham George l. Gregg Harvey Graham George w. Garden James h Herington Sylvanua Holmes John Holmes Williams Hoppis Daniel Harrison Jabez Huffman Jonas 2 Harmon John Hanna Joseph Herindon John Hughe William Beauty and health. Females should be Early taught the important fact that Beauty cannot in reality exist Independent of health and that the one is absolutely unattainable by any practice inconsistent with the other. In vain do they Hope to improve their skin to give a Quot Roseate Hue Quot to their Cheeks or to augment the Grace and sym Metry of their forms unless they Are cautious to preserve the whole Frame in health rigor and activity. Beauty of complexion and to a certain extent that of shape also is nothing More than visible health a pure Mirror of the performance of the internal functions and of their Harmony with the external a portions of the system the certain i facts of pure air cheerfulness Temperance and of exercise uninterrupted by any species of unnatural constraint. Journal of health. Howse ind Ign Taini iving Kex Jesse Grace still continues to carry on the above business of Meridian Street a disc of lands in Marion county. I will off it it a for Sale at Public auction at the court House door in Indianapolis on monday Tbs 24th Day of May next the school Section in township 16 n Range 3 East. The division of said Section and the minimum a prices affixed by the trustees will be made known on the Day of Sale. Salt Between the hours of to o clock a. M and 4 p. M. Of said Day. John m. Frazee com. S. L. Marrh 16, 1830. 360 Oxley John Ogden Benjamin Owen Benjamin p Peggs Jacob Patterson Robert Pearson Delilah Pugh Isaac Parker Leonard b. Perkins John Pugh Darkis Pearcy Charles Prathe Isaac r Rollings Page Roberts Nancy Rector William Reagan Wilkes Rooker William d. Ohison William c. Rodibaugh Sath Ria Giu Elizabeth s a state Gazette Quot Smith Robbert Slone David Stallcup davits Stears Harvey Smock John Smith George Secretary of state 2 Sutherland Jacob St. John Nathaniel Sarber Elizabeth Sarver Isaac Slaton William t Thornton William c. Triggs Jacob att vials amp Quot de Axt Vitea of the mails to and from Indianapol Lis Post office. Arzu Vals. From Madison in. Sunday evening. From Louisville and Elizabethtown or tuesday evening. From Petersburgh in. Saturday 6 p. M. From Terre a Ute in. Tuesday 4 p. M. From Mooreville via Union in. Saturday noon. From Winchester in. Friday 8 p. M. From Dayton o thursday and sunday evenings. From Brookville in. Thursdays and saturdays 6 p. M. From Lawrene Burgh in. Thursday 8p.m, departures. To Madison in. Thursday 6 a. M. To Louisville and Elizabethtown by Friday mornings. To Peter Bursh in. Monday 6 a. M. To Terre haute in. Friday 6 a. M. To Mooresville via Union in. Friday morn incs. To Winchester in. Monday 6 a. M. To Dayton o. Monday and Friday mornings. To Brookville in. Monday and wednesday a. Pm. To Lawrenc Burgh in. Monday 6 a. M. Madison mail is not due until wednesday according to contract but arrived As above stated. The Louisville and Elizabeth town by. Mails Are condensed As far As Bedford Indiana. Would again say to those who get letters out of this office that no credit is give for postage. S. Henderson p. M. April 4, 1830_363 Hines Jane or Thom Stribble r. A of Liard in Marion county la. Will offer for Sale at the court House door in Indianapolis on monday the 7th Day of june next the school Section in township 17 n. Of Range 4 e. The division of said Section and the minimum prices affixed by the trustees will be made known on the Day of a a ale. Sale Between the hours of 10 o clock a. M. And 4 o clock p m of a Aid Day. John m. Frazee com. S. L. March 29th, 1830. 363 Brave commander As Well As themselves was without arms what then was to be done All eyes were turned towards the major whose countenance reddened with the determination for revenge. He turned towards the skulking enemy uttering a vow of vengeance seized an infant and plunged into the Stream followed by the rest of his troops who had scarcely reached the water s surface before a second vol by accompanied by the War whoop was followed by the sudden Rush of the painted Savages together with a band of frenchmen into the Stream. The generous soldiers As they Rose to the surface for breath were quickly despatched and the feeble companions of their flight Sank with faint groans to the Bottom. Tie water a piled Over their Heads and life departed like a Vapour before the Rush of a mighty wind. A few Only escaped and those after suffering almost incredible hardships at i the Public can be accommodated with any kind of work in his line of the Best materials and made in the Best style. Persons wishing any description of Windsor chairs settees Cradle settees amp a. Amp a. Can be accommodated by an application. A boy Between the age of 14 and 17 years is wanted As an apprentice to learn the above business. February a 1830. 355 a a Leto a Hal linear the Centre of the town of Fiji , a Sai Ouei. Kenderson grateful Lor the very Liberal patronage which has been extended to the above establishment takes this Opportunity to inform his friends and the Public that he has during the past season at considerable expense erect. De a Large and elegant addition to his length reached the shelter at fort Detroit j House by Means of which he will be enabled Quot Quot to accommodate Many More at a time than b Hanna Ezekiel Howard Robert g. Hawkins Jessee Hollingsworth t. Houghman Sampson Harrison Alfred Homan Aaron Hume Thomas c. Hoover Andrew Hume Margaret j Quot journal Quot Quot jacksonian Quot Joen j. B. K Kincaid Thomas Kelly John Kinzer Jacob Kinnard g. L. 6 Kidd Samuel c. L Lakin Siml. Amp j. Fee Lamme John la ugly Jacob Samuel Henderson p. M. Turner David Thompson John v Varner David w Williams David Williams s. S. Wright George h. Wright Edwy Wright Williss Wright Samuel Weist John h. West William Watts Ede Wal pole Luke Wils m James h. Woollen John m. Wallace John t. Wilson Samuel Winans Jacob Whetson James s. Y Young John they were gladly received by their countrymen whose anxiety for the Fate of their fellow soldiers their wives and children was deep and painful. They burned with the fire of re Ventre. At length Chance threw a fit Opportunity in the Way. A Large body of French and indians were returning to their Camp besotted with excess when the news was communicated by a Friendly Indian to major Dalzell who immediately marched to meet them. Their yells were heard at a distance As the soldiers approached the Bridge the sight of whose planks yet Crim soned with their Kinsman s life blood added fresh vigor to their powerful arms. They placed an ambush As the Savages had done before. Soon the advanced party in a state of intoxication reached the fatal Bridge. Casting Many a disgusting joke while boasting of their former deeds of murder the. Tin Happy captives brought up the rear guarded by a party of sober Savages. At a signal the Little band suddenly poured Forth their Leaden volleys into the midst of the Savage foes and rushed upon them from their Covert Vith fixed bayonets. The carnage was dreadful no Quarter was Given. The blood ran in streams from the planks and destruction and death ruled the hour. The Sun at length set and the victorious soldiers loosing the hands of their captive friends and burying their dead in a Large Mound returned in safety to their fort. Thus was Given the appellation of the bloody Bridge to the passage Over the Miami whose dire tragedy still forms the theme for Many a Village nurse to Stop her wailing children s intrepidity Quot about six weeks ago a a Young Indian of the St. Regis tribe named Lamar table was formerly. He pledges Bis unremitting exertions to Render comfortable and afford general satisfaction to All who May favour him with their company. Horses will be attended to Irv the Best manner and on moderate terms. He has a convenient pasture lot where they can be let to exercise. Of cd tool Liana. I will offer for Sale at the court House door in Indianapolis on monday the 26th Day of april next the school Section in township 15 n. Range 2 e. In Marion county Indiana. The division of said Section and the minimum Price affixed by the trustees will be made known on the Day of Sale. Sale Between the hours of 10 o clock a. M. And 4 o clock p m. Of said Day. John m. Frazee Cora. S. L. M. C. February 13, 1830, 356 of Quot Val Alae Liana. Y order of the probate court of ass county at its March term 1830, the real estate of Francis Lafontain dec. Late of said county will be sold to the highest bidder at his late residence commencing on the first monday in june next and to continue from Day to Day until All is sold. This land is an Indian reservation containing 640 acres. It is situated on the margin of the Wabash River and also on the canal route 12 Miles above Logansport and 5 below Miami sport. There is an excellent Brick dwelling House on the premises and the land Tii Ough not improved is not surpassed in Point of soil by any on the Wabash. U abounds with never failing Springs and has some Good Mill privileges. The terms have not been determined but will be made As accommodating to the purchaser As the situation of the estate will justify. Persons wishing to make an advantageous Purchase at As Early a period As possible on the canal line will do Well to attend. The land will be divided into lots to suit purchasers. Francis Godfroy adm r. March 10,1830. 362 it Ltd Haw messes. Fletcher Merrill have formed a partnership in the practice of Law in Mario county. The partnership heretofore existing Between messes. Fletcher and Ingram has been dissolved by Mutual consent. Indianapolis sept. 16, 1829. 328 r to Tlacil. The Suh scribe a wishes to employ x2 or 15 Younci i Ken to work on the Cumberland Road. The highest Price in Cash will be Given if application be made Between this and the 15th of May next. Robert Patterson. Moreb 24,1830. 361 the subscriber has just received and opened at his old stand on Washington Street a fresh Supply of Mckerc Bandze suitable for the season. He respectfully invites his customers and the a Niblic generally to Call and examine his goods and prices As he is now ready and willing to give Good bargains. Produce such As sugar bees Wax feathers a hemp will to taken in payment. March 10, 1830. Thomas . 309 will Kim Quarles James to Brown will practice Law in partnership in the Shelby circuit court Indiana. The residence of or. Quarles is at Indianapolis and or. Brown in Greensburg Decatur county. All business entrusted to the i will be faithfully attended to. March 13, 1830. 361 Fri 1 eng of every description neatly and expeditiously Rione at this Obice. Bia oks of All kinds for Sale at this office. A list of Liette to now lying in the Post office at coving ton in. Which if not taken out within three months will be sent to the general Post office As dead letters. A i Applegate John i sly Henry Armstrong Rev. James j Johnson George Johnkson William Jones Mary senior k Kinney Jacob l later William m Mccord Robert Miller John 1. N Nave John Neal William o Osborn col. Jesse Orr Timothy 2 Orr William p far Eli Silas Prevo Samuel Prevo James r Restine Barnet Ross love Rob Joseph Robb Thomas Rob Patterson l Robb Joseph p. 2 Rakestraw Chalkley s Stuart William Esq Shelby Indian Steuart Samuel doct Smith David Swearengen a. M. Shelby Isaac sheriff Fountain co. Shelby col. Joseph Shoafstall Robert t Turman Rev. Jacob Trullinger Gabriel Troup Samuel Thomas William i Thomson mrs. Mary Tounsley James Taylor Wright Vickers Elias 2 Vandorn William Vanhooks or. Vickery Captain 3 w White capt. William Wolf miss Jane Wood Samuel j. A Sloan p. M. Abbot Rebecca b Billsland John Brown John Blan John Bodine William Bruce Joshua Birch Johnathan barns William Briggs Isaac w. Button William Brickly Henry Briggs a Lech Bonebrake John c Clark Israel l. Curtus Elisha Cox Peter Chisman George Clark Isaac carnage William Cassils John Clauson Abraham Cating Edward Clark William Clark Daniel Esq. Carson James Clark Stephens Clippenger John Cone Theodore c. D Dicken Abraham s. Dewitt Isaac Drullinger Abraham e Erwine John sen r. F Forles Collin Franklin ebb Nezer Furr Jacob Farris Isom Fleming Levi Farrell Jacob g Graham James Ganer Samuel Goodin William Harrieh Henry h Hill Robert harsh Barge Jacob 2 Hines Nelson Horcourt Daniel Holoway Samuel Hughes l. B. Is is. 362 for publishing by subscription a . A Zap of the Iti the subscribers having become concerned in the publication of this work respect ully inform the citizens of this state and the Public that they have made arrangements to insure its so needy publication. Some May have come to the conclusion that its publication was entirely abandoned in consequence of it not appearing at the expected by its author hence we deem it proper to say for the satisfaction of those who May have manifested a disposition to patronize it that the delay was occasioned entirely by circumstances beyond the control of its author. The undertaking is one which requires More labor and necessarily incurs greater expense than Many Are a Ware of or than the author himself at first anticipated. The delay however will afford the publishers an Opportunity of presenting much new and interesting matter which has been brought about by the late session of the general Assembly which will in some measure make the delay rather advantageous than otherwise. Suffice it to say then that the work a progressing and will be completed As soon As a due regard to correctness will per it Mit. We deem it unnecessary to beg the patronage of our fellow citizens to this work As we feel confident from the patronage already received they will take a pleasure in giving it their support Quot especially when they consider it is the production of their own and not of Mother state. To those who have not had an Opportunity of examining the manuscript we would say that it was presented to the members of the legislature at their session of 1829, and pronounced to be Correct and As an evidence we refer to their signatures on the prospectus or to the representatives themselves residing in Tea different sections of the state. Great pains have been taken to obtain Correct information in relation to the North part of the state and we Are much indebted to those gentlemen who have Long been engaged in the Indian Trade for the information acquired. The manuscript is now in the hands of or. We. Woodruff of Cincinnati whose Sharac ter As an engraver is Well known to he Public we May therefore say the work will be executed in a style not inferior to any in the United states. Contents and conditions. This map will contain a variety of useful and interesting matter not usually published in maps. It will Shew the Indian and county boundaries the seats of Justice and other towns the surveys As registered in the several land offices the location of the several Indian tribes their villages and the number of their inhabitants Cumberland Road state roads a Wabash canal water courses the form of government of the state face of the country soil Prairies antiquities Ami an interesting table showing the Quantity of 1st, 3d and 3d rate land in each county the number of inhabitants lawyers doctors merchants printing offices Mills machinery Sec. The whole to be neatly executed Oti Copper plate handsomely embellished with a View of the Falls of Ohio. It will be neatly executed on a Fine Sheet of paper 2 12 feet by 3 1-2 in size handsomely coloured varnished and mounted. Price $4 go the scale will be nine Railes to the Inch. 0 Vany person procuring six subscriber an coming responsible for the same will be entitled to a copy of the work. Post masters printers and the agent for the Miami times Are requested to interest themselves in getting subscribers persons who procure subscriber Are requested to Send a list of them to the pub Lishers by the first of june next. The. J. Evans. John Scott. Logansport feb 1st, 1830 3s� a a

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