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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - December 11, 1830, Indianapolis, Indiana From the Trenton Emporium. Stanzas. Where s the Man who seeks for famil haste the Laurel live him unfold the scroll and write his name tis All the grave will leave him. Where is he that toils for Gold a give let naught annoy it. When a few Brief Days Are told no More can he Quot enjoy it. Where s the bosom swell d with Pride spare i would not wound it a for death shall twine at even tide his mean scant garment round it where s the heart on pleasure Bent a pour a double measure health and life to Morrow spent gone will be the treasure. Take each Cun of Joy away. To others fill d and give of what Are All these bubbles say to him whose Home is heavy Rhi Iid for the Benefit of the american a uit. In color two of them arc Woitel one with a White Star in the forehead one a Bright Bay and the other an Iron Gray. In size they Are Large ponies their proportions Are Beautiful and they Are in a very Fine condition. A policy was obtained upon them last saturday at one of our Marine offices for .4000, at 15 per cent Premium covenant ing a a deliver them at this port alive. There Are also on Board two of the Asiatic sheep with Massy tails. The Wool is coarse and the form much like the native sheep of this . The editor of the new York journal of Commerce says Quot we have seen an tract of a Parris letter dated 5 clock p. M. Of the Isth which state that new disorders had taken place in that capital in cose Quence of the excitement against the sex minister and the apprehension that they would be permitted to escape with their the to Ulace paraded the streets shouting death to the ministers a death to Polignac the National guard were under Givan has received from Philadelphia and elsewhere a Large and Well assorted Stock of goods which will be sold cheap for a sol or approved country produce a a i not on credit. The Stock consists of As Good Well assorted As Are usually offered for Sale. Such As dry goods hardware Queens War or. Webster. Boston nov. 1, 1830.�?i attended the caucus on sunday evening at Quincy Hall and Here i found a vast multitude who had again assembled to hear the conclusion of or. Webster s speech. Or. Webster resumed his argument about six o clock and spoke for an hour or More. Not having an Opportunity to take notes As Quincy Hall docs not afford the conveniences of Fauneil Hall i had More Leisure to observe or. Webster s manner As Well As matter. And Here i will interpolate a sentence with the remark that As or. Webster s speech will soon be published in the Boston papers to Morrow perhaps and probably be revised by his oven hand i thought it not expedient to continue the speech As quoted from my notes for i cannot pretend to perfect accuracy. Or. Webster so far As manner is concerned is by no Means a perfect orator he has not the graces of eloquence and he seems to hold in profound contempt every thing which is termed oratorical ornament. He haste or i Erif tre that Cicero Speaks of but Little of the so Victr in Modo. He is All vehemence his voice his tones and modulations his actions Are All violent. His be stimulation is like a Sledge Hammer up and Down. His arms Are constantly in motion beating out for that is a better word than illustrating his ideas. Or. W. Is Independent of manner he knows he is master of his subject and he makes his audience interested because he is interested himself. The hearer must listen for the speaker is wide a Wake and he does give attention just As men attend to a conflagration not that it is Beautiful but because it is formidable Sublime terrific. Having the Power to grapple stoutly with his subject and to talk like one pleading for his life on almost every topic his auditors Are thoroughly roused up. After All his sincerity or to say the least his Power to make the multitude believe that he is sincere honest and patriotic is the great Charm of his eloquence. His character As an honest Man is a powerful support to his eloquence and if you Are to contradict you Are yet sensible that or. Webster feels and believes what he says. His pathos is admirable. There he is great without exertion. He says a bold thin in an Ordinary Way with no flourish of colors to forewarn you that he has a change to let off. You hear him talking As he would talk to his neighbor and before you Are aware of it he has got hold of your feelings. He does not talk loud like most speakers when he has a Good thing on hand but Low. No modulations and quavering of voice be Token a storm and thus Lut you on your guard but he assumes a care Ess manner and thus prepares you to expect Jio thing. The peroration of his speech in Quincy Hail was More eloquent than his speech in the great debate not so sparkling to be sure nor so Gaudy wit ii ornament but More effective perhaps More touching and yet it was about the same As to the amount of matter declaring his resolve to stand by that Union a which he knew he Felt Yea which he knew there was a conspiracy to break up and to cry Quot Rescue Rescue Quot to the last. Many of the jacksonian with us Aro often attempting to prove that or. Sprague is an imitator of or. Webster the Bob to his Kite to use their own language and they often accuse him of imitating or. W. Not Only in his politics but in his manner of speaking. Now the truth is their manner of addressing the Public is As dissimilar As one can Weinma inc. Or. Sprague is a better speaker by half. His modulation and be stimulation Are better formed. His address is pleasing and his own personal appearance without the Aid of any thing important to super add to it would command deep attention. Not so with or. Webster. No matter whether you have the speaker in your Eye or not you must listen to him he will Quot be heard and when you have him in your View you see nothing additional. His arguments if i May be allowed the use of an expressive word Are saucy his words Are bold and he uses no honed terms. Or. Sprague is conciliating his manner is pleasant not impudent and you would not like him the less for believing All he said to be Paradox. To were is no escaping or. Webster s conclusions. You must take them but or. Sprague leaves you to a Gree with him or not. He has spread before you the banquet and you May profit by it or not. I wonder that any discerning Man could Ever think of instituting a comparison Between the two speakers. Both Are great in their Way but both Are unlike. Indeed it would be Weil for or. Webster to take a lesson in declamation from our senator. The desk he Speaks Over and the air he is Ever la Shinji would suffer less. And the orator would appear better two thirds of the time. It was predicted some Short time ago that the improvements in the application of steam Power would in All probability soon enable persons to travel upon railways at the rate of a mile per minute and the prediction has been nearly verified much earlier than we anticipated. In the London Globe and traveler of the i4th october we find the following article taken from the Taunton courier Flemina t. , grateful for past favors informs his friends and the Public hat he still continues to carry on the above business at Liis old stand a few feet South of Washington Street and one door East of Mccarty s store where the Public can to wit ii almost every kind of work in his line of the Best materials and executed in a Woik Nian like manner. Persons wishing any description of furniture can let a As Low for Casar As at any other shop in town. September is 1830. 384mansion hot Jse Indianapolis. Sign of the Agzie. Quot unparalleled steam engine . Stephenson the proprietor of the rocket engine on the Manchester and i carpool railway had this week decided in his favor a Wager of one i Hvitsand guineas upon the Speed of his engine by traversing the distance Between the two towns thirty two Miles in thirty three minutes or in other words at More than 58 Miles in a hour Salt Iron nails castings Glass Putty shoes a. A. An excellent assortment of medicines drugs oils paints amp Dye stuffs. Lately received a fresh Supply of Lorenzo Dow a Patent Medicine. Also an excellent assortment of 507a1ti0ai. Medicines. Having concluded to change my Mode of doing business from credit to payment in hand 1 will sell on reasonable terms. All persons indebted to me Are requested to make payment without delay As my object is now directed to collect All Money due me and sell for payment in hand. Many notes and accounts Are of Long standing and Mast be collected. Persons interested will please Call and Settle As i intend leaving my claims in tiie hands of officers for collection in a few weeks. Am requested by Jeremiah Johnson to give notice that he has left notes and accounts against sundry persons with me for collection. Persons indebted can Call and pay 1 he same. Indianapolis nov. 24th, 1830. Íj9gentertainment, subscriber wishes to inform the Public Liat he has opened a House of entertainment., _5.on Llie National Road about ten Miles East of Indianapolis where All Olio please to favor him with a Call shall be accommodated in the Best possible manner. His charges shall always be reasonable. All Rivurs will be thankfully received. John Hager. October 37, 1830. 392 a blown informs the Public that Jas he has taken he Wall known and tavern on the North Side of Washington Street lately occupied by John i Laivins Esq. Where he will at All times be found ready and willing to receive and entertain his Frie Nils and customers. From Loti Esporti Nice in his profession the Central location of his stand and its conveniences together with a Well furnished table and bar and a strict attention to business he Hopes to Merit a share of Public favor t additions have lately been made to he House for the of Mei Ilberg of the legislature and such other a a Tlemcen As May honour Jinni with a Call. 0 7-an excellent and extensive stable it attached to the premises which will be Well provided and attended. Indianapolis nov.20,1830. Cog of. respectfully informs the Public that he has permanently located himself in this place and intends carrying on the above business together with that of Svyet Smitti amp watches and clocks repaired by him will be done As neat and warranted to perform As Well As those repaired in Cincinnati or Louisville and at tie same prices. Watches sent to him from a distance to be repaired will begun Cut ally attended to and forwarded by the first Safe conveyance. He intends keeping constantly on hand an assortment of jewelry and silverware which will be disposed of cheap for Cash. Indianapolis october 13, 1830. Of izands in Putnam county ind. I will offer for Sale at the court House door in Greencastle on saturday the 25th Day of december next the school Section in township no. 13, North of Range 3 West. The division of said Section and the minimum Price affixed it i by the trustees will be made known on the Day of Sale. Sale Between the hours of 10 o clock a. M. And 4 p. M. Of said Day. 391 Amos Robertson com. Stolen from the shop of he subscriber one mile North of Indiana Olis on saturday sunday or monday night last a Rine a Irit a Irry Irig about ninety balls to the Pound has a Plain Maple Stock has the name of Gross branded on the barrel double triggers brass guard and thimbles the muzzle thimble missing together with a scale off the Stock and the Spring of the triggers is made out of a Quill. The gun is the property of Obadiah Harris. James b. M Dowell. Nov. 16, 1830 395notice is hereby Given to All persons concerned Hefti i have obtained from the probate court of Bartholomew county letters of administration on the estate of Joseph b. Co Burn dec d., and that said estate is probably insolvent. Elizabeth Coburn adm x. Nov. 12, 1830. 397 land Agency. The subscriber respectfully informs the Public and those who have purchased canal lands at the late Sale that he has opened Atio de through which any business with the canal in reference to lands purchased can be transacted by addressing a line through the mull to this Iroe without incurring the expense of travelling to l jag sport. Maps of any of the townships showing the lands sold and those reserved can be had and any other information desired can be had at any time by applying to the above office. Ivr sons wishing to give or take leases can also be accommodated As above. Leases May be had on several Choice tracts of lands on accommodating terms. All communications directed to this Oise must be Post Piid. All business entrusted to my care will be promptly attended to on moderate terms. John Scott. Nov. 1830. 396.weslej Monnica s estate. I he undersigned has taken from the 1 clerk s office of the probate court of Morgan county letters testamentary on the estate of Wesley Monnica deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. All persons having claims against said estate Are notified to present them within one year those indebted to the estate Are required to make immediate payment. Hiram Matthews sex r. Oct. 19, 1830. 11397 notice letters of administration were granted to the undersigned on the estate of Bazil Meek sen. Dec. On the 6th Day of november by the probate court of Hancock county. All persons having claims Are notified to present them legally authenticated and All indebted to make Imai Diate payment. The estate is probably solvent. Bazil Meek or. Adv. November 6th, 1830. 395 administrator s notice. Quot Otice is hereby Given to All whom it May concern that Tho a idlers Jned has taken out of tiie Hamilton probate court hitters testamentary on the estate of George Dale late of Hamilton county deceased. All persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make immediate payment and All those having demands against the same Are requested to present them within the time prescribed by Law. The estate is thought to to solvent John Dale sex r. Hamilton co. La. Nov. 15, 1830. 11395 a dashing widow of great Beauty amp a. Acci Ile tally fell from a boat in the deepest part of Saratora Lake whereupon Throe of her admirers All of whom had the dyspepsia jumped in determined to Rescue her or perish. What renders the affair More remarkable the lady floated on the surface without Tho least danger whereas the gentlemen would All have certainly Crone to the Bottom had not one of them climbed to Tho top of her hat and the other two taken Refuge in her . Adv. A British Schooner from Halifax was the first vessel which i entered the port under the by w arrangement of the colonial Trade. She Cinie in ballast and will take Soo bbl. Of , from Boston to St. John n. F. It is a amp id that the cargo will sell at St. John for it or $12 per bbl. Several outlier vessels from Halifax Are daily expected. In the mean Fine we have no participation in the Palladi unt. The Brig Phocbe Ann arrived at the port of new Yoi a from Smyrna has on Board four arabian horses brought out by s notice. The Zindo signed has taken from the clerk s office of the probate court of Morgan county letters of administration on the estate of William Monnica deceased. Said estate is supposed to be insolvent. All persons having claims against Euid estate Are notified to present them legally authenticated within twelve months those indebted to the estate Are requested to make immediate payment. Hiram Matthews adm r. Oct. 19, 1830_11397administrator s notice. Ronile undersigned have been appointed adj minister atari on the estate of Charles rec Tor Luc eased late of Shelby county. All persons having claims against said estate Are hereby notified to produce them legally authenticated for settlement within one year from this Date und persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make immediate payment. William Rector Richard Williams. Nov. 30, 1830. 11397 adm is. Administrator s notice. A notice is hereby Given that letters of administration were granted to the undersigned at the last november term of the Shelby probate court on the estate of Samuel h Booher deceased late of Shelby county la. And 1 declare the same to be insolvent so far As it is known i shall therefore claim the settlement there ofas such Benjamin Hodges adm r. Shelby Vine of. 25, 1830. 1�o395notice. A he subscribers having disposed of their a establishment to drs. Donla i amp m Dou Gal would request All those indebted to them to Call and make settlement immediately. Hotchkiss amp Harrison. A they Aho return thanks to their friends and i he Public for their patronage and recommend a continuance of it to the present owners. H. Amp h. December it 1830. 397 administrator s notice. I Ettell Sof administration having been i granted to the undersigned on the estate of Thomas Morris Dee. Late of Hamilton county Indiana. All persons indebted to Sai i estate Are requested to make immediate payment and those having claims will Idease present them fur settlement Dull authenticated. Mary of tells adm x. George Wise adm r. November 24, 1830. 390 take notice. All those who have claims against toes Lato of a Wiff Bishop dec d will please to Lay them in immediately for said Espute is insolvent and the administrator claims the settlement h8�?�uch. John Foster adm r. Joh Sod co via. Nov. 5, 1820i 113,94administrator s notice. The undersigned have taken out letters of administration on the estate of Henry Gatewood deceased late of Shelby county Indiana. All persons having demands against said estate Are requested to present the same legally proven for settlement within one year from this Date and All persons indebted to the estate Are requested to make immediate pay ment it the estate is supposed to be to solvent. Samuel , nor or. Sarah Gatewood adm x. Kov. 11,1830. 396taieorini. The undersigned has lately moved from the state of Kentucky and will Somme non the above business 7 Miles North of Indianapolis near Squire Bacons where the Public can be supplied with All manner of tailoring neatly executed and warranted to fit. Habas made to have the latest fashions from Philadelphia. He will take All kinds of country produce for his work. He Jias also 400 Dorix tabs Tiv Orth of superfine Broad cloths lately from Phila Delphiia which he will sell Low for Cash also trimmings of the Best Quality. Tiie Public Are invited to see his cloth and examine his work. Alexander Culb Tiitson. Act. 16, 1830. 391uttion&Quot. 1 executed some time last August sundry promissory notes to Thomas j. Langdon each for the sum of thirty dollars. The first made payable on the is Day of Soptei ber l j30 Tho second on the 1st Otoo Tobor following the third on the 1st of Nove Mimir following the fourth on the is of december following the filth on the 1st of january 1831 the sixth on the is of february following the seventh on the 1st of March following the eight i on the 1st of a ril following the ninth on the 1st of May following the tenth on the is of june following the 11th on the is Tofu by following the 12lh on the 1st of August following. The Public Are cautioned not to Trade for any of said notes or any other demand which the said Langdon holds against me As i have his written obligation to make me a receipt in full of All demands which he has against me up to the 5th Day of this Mont i. James Forsee. November 16th, 1830. 3s5 proposals for publishing by Sueschi Tiok a Gaz Ettsel ak2> tto at i a of the state of Indiana. Having purchased the copy right of or. Scott s a Indiana gazetteer Quot we propose to publish As Early As practicable a gazetteer of the state which will be on the usual plan of works of this kind and will embrace among other things a description of the counties towns lakes Rivers creeks pc ads amp la. The descriptions of counties will show their situation time of organization extent Boundary Quality of soil water privileges amount of population number and character Offchurch is and schools amp a. The descriptions of towns will embrace their location the whole number of inhabitants the number of professional men artists merchants mechanics the Progress of improvement distances from the seat of government and from other important Points their latitude Longitude amp a. The descriptions of Rivers and creeks a ill be somewhat general showing their source and Confluence size length the face of the country through which they run navigable advantages amp a. It is deemed unnecessary to say much in relation to the importance and Valuo of the proposed publication. Every person who will reflect a moment on Tho subject will be convinced of its Utility and will see the importance of patronizing it. Such works have been liberally patronized in Many of our sister states and it is presumed that there is no state in the Union whose history population soil and natural advantages Are less understood than those of Indiana. Besides being interesting and valuable to All classes of the people such a work will add greatly to Tho character of the state , by developing in some measure the vast resources of the state her rapidly increasing population and her natural advantages. Accompanying and attached to the gazetteer will be a of the state on a Small scale but sufficiently Large to contain every thing of importance which can be found in maps of a larger size. The map shall be executed with the greatest possible accuracy. Every exertion will be used to make the work accurate and interesting being Well a Ware that much of its value Ivill depend on the correctness with which the descriptions Are Given. It will to printed on Good paper with typographical neatness and accuracy and will contain about 200 pages duo Decimo with substantial binding. The Price to subscribers will be one per copy payable on the delivery of the work. Twenty five per cent on the subscription Price will be added to non sub scribers. Douglass amp Maguire. Indianapolis april 19, 1830. 0 5=-editors of newspapers in this state Are requested to give the foregoing prospectus a few insertions and the favour will be reciprocated when an Opportunity is presented. All persons indebted to amp so to Ugai Quot e respectfully requested to Call and Settle their accounts by Cash or note. The business of the firm is such As requires immediate settlement and tii Ose neg a citing to make by to 20th of Decca Iber nest will find their accounts in Tho hands of a proper officer for collection. October 21, 1830. 392 Sale of sch ii land in Marion county la. I will offer for Sale at the court. House door in Indianapolis on monday Tho 3rd Day of january next the school Section in township no. Seventeen Range two. The division of said Section and the minimum prices 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 Dav. John m. Frazee c. S. L. Oct. 27, 1830. 393valuable land for . Re Lyle undersigned As agent foe Lewis 11. Craig of Gallatin county Kentucky of Feiy for Sale a i valuable tract of land on the Michi gain or state Road Sis and a half Miles South East of Indianapolis cod latin of fifth whith the Timber of thirty acres is , and some other improvements made. The terms will be made known on application to Lewis o Neal 3 Miles s. E. Of Indianapolis october 27. 392 i Niciew saw a Cluna Ware ifs ii no. 5, commercial Row Cincinnati the subscriber has nov open for Sale a very extensive assortment of earthen and Chinu Ware for the Trade imported direct from the England a will pack assorted orders at the most reduced Market rates. Robert Lawrence. October.7. 391-3t taken up by William Freeman living in Blue River township Johnson county ind. A sorrel Mare with a Small Blaze in her forehead some White on the near Hind foot and some on the off Foro foot about 14 hands High supposed to be three years old last Spring appraised to $13 00 by Jesse Gifford and Hazekiah Davis on. A True copy from my stray Book. John Sanders j. A oct. 19, 1830._ii397 taken up by the undersigned Livino in Jackson township Boon co. Ind. A sorrel horse three years old last Spring about 14 hands and 3 inches Quot High a Small Star in his forehead three Saddle spots the left Hind foot White the Lefi hip is shot or sunk no other brands or Marks disco Urahlee ii raised to .$25 00 by George Walter and Elijah Walter. A True copy from my stray Book. William Waller j. P. Nov. 25, 1830._t397_ taken up by Charles free living in while River township Hui Milton county la. A White horse supposed to be Twenty a ars old fourteen hands High a appraised to $12 00. Also a dark Bay horse supposed to be 18 years old 14 hands High shod Bufore a Small Star in his of forehead Collar Marks on each hip appraised to .$15 00 by William Peck Ami Jesse a Holloway. A True copy from my Book of a trays. Zen As Bec Kevith . Nov.3, 1g30. 398 taken up by James Snow grass of fall Creek township Madison co. Ind. A Bay Mare supposed to be seventeen years old full fifteen hands High has a Small Star in her forehead a Smill Bunch of White hair in Tho mane supposed to be occasioned by the Collar there appears to be u Brand of some kind on her near should i but cannot be determined what it is appraised to $12 00 by Robert Leasure and Thomas m Ca Tucy. X True copy from my stray Book. Tho Vitas m. Pendleton j. V. June 21, 1830. 11397"byai��l deeds Fox lots for Sau. He following lots will be offered for Sale _ if not paid before at the court House Between the hours of 12 and 2 o clock on saturday the is of january 1831.lot 9 Square 69 1 69 in 8 a 69 a 1 61 7 42 �4,4 5 69 5 70 6 a 4� 46 e. Sharpe agent. 39.2 taken up by Burnett Dewitt of Centre towns i Delaware county la. A Bay Mare Black mane and Tail a Small Star in her forehead near fore leg crooked Smigill Lump on the same near the pastern joint has a Largo Bell Good harness Collar double buckle 14 12 hands High to five years old appraised to $18. Also a sorrel last Spring s Mare Colt a Large Star in its Forf he id Small snip on the nose appraised to $1000 by and Lemuel g. Jackson a True copy from my Book. , j. V. Nov. 24, 1830. 398 Ocie be 25ui, 10v. E. Sharpe agent. 39.2 taken up by Andrew reel of Washington towns iii Putnam county la. Two strays one n flee bitten Gray my re Blind in the right Eye St it me Saddle Marks 14 hands High supposed to to 7 years old past no other Marks or brands perceivable appraised to $25 00 Tatj other an Iron Gray Colt supposed to to ave or six months old no other Marks or brands perceivable appraised to $10 00 by Elisha Mullinix and Iva Thaniel Beel. 1 certify Tho above to be a True copy from my stray Book. John Ileal j. R. Aug. 24,1830. 398 taken up by Jacob Wise of Marion township Putnam county Indiana a Bright Bay Forse 10 years old past Small Star in the forehead u Small White spot behind the left ear slightly Saddle marked shod All round 15 1-2 hands High appraised to $40 00, also a last Spring s horse Colt dark Bay a Star in the forehead both Hind feet White appraised to $13 50 by Peter Lunsford and William r. Denny. I certify the above to to a True copy from my a strap Book. John Denny j. P. Nov. 19, 1830. 1i393 printing of every description no Tiv Anil expeditiously Dono at his office

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