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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - December 18, 1830, Indianapolis, Indiana The broken pie Art. There is a grief that doth not wring the bosom with a single sigh that doth not Shade the brow nor bring the moisture from the heavy Eye but Sirrs where men cannot intrude of human things apart j in the deep bosom s Solitude and there it feasts upon the heart. It if a quiet reveller Ai is the quiet noiseless Cofan worm that Lone and sullen Banquete that fatten on the human form no Wassail shout no song of glee. Is heard within the narrow dome no echoes Tell the revelry that cheers the Eatty it worm in his Home. Such is that sorrow s festival but a it bos a higher prey a Loftie victim in its Thrall a nobler mansion Ian the clays tiit wasting sorrow doth inherit a Alace framed with wondrous Art. Thill Palace is the human spirit that victim is the broken heart. The following excellent extracts Are from a Sermon delivered before the legislature of Vermont of the Day of he general election by the Rev. George Ingersoll of Burlington. Quot it is character not place which bestow distinction. Pick me out the last the lowest in Community one whom his own modesty forbids to dream of glory one whom that Community would never think of hailing a a great j one. Tell me that this individual in his own to Unis iii be his taste for Reading and i know not a better test for the state Ofman s intellect and heart than a knowledge of the volumes that he is most constantly Reading and from the perusal of which he experiences the greatest degree of s address. Vat �,l�r��rc�70 cd . Foster respectfully Lorms the Public that he has permanently located himself in this place and intends carrying on the above by iness together with that of a ily to Mitzi 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 the same prices. Watches sent to him from a distance to to repaired will be punctually attended to and forwarded by the first Safi Quot 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. Fit Lianas in Putnam county ind. Will offer for Sale at the court Honse door in Greencastle on saturday the 25th Day of december next the school Section in township no. L3, North of Range 3 West. 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 p. M. Of said Day. V 391 Amos Robertson com. Stoi.en9 rom the shop of tie subscribe of one mile one. Luduik iii i. Mis a. I night rth of Indianapolis on saturday Sun Humble station is faithful useful in proper Day or monday night last a it Lzzie lion to his Means and i will Tell you hat this i us carrying about ninety balls to the Man is weaving the Crown of a True Puyod has a Plain Maple Stock has the name then show me the Man who takes his place i it of. Gross Brandi a on the barrel double Tris the first and highest whose gifts of Fortune or j a pro brass guard and thimbles the muzzle Thim intellect awaken wonder or fill with reverence. Ble missing Togo Thor with a scale Iff the Stock and Tell me that he is thus great because he is \ Btu the Spring of the triggers is made out of a the possessor of these gifts and not because he j ill. The gun is f a it Perty of it Fidiah uses them for the Good of others and i will Tell you without a moment s pause that in the scale of True greatness he is far very far below that Humble one who casts his mite into the Treasury of general Good. To know the value of any one s claim to True glory there is one simple question to propose. When i ask Barrio a. Nov 16, 1830 James b. M Dowell. 395 notice. I Etters of Almini fration were granted to the undersigned on the estate of Bazil Meuk sen. Dec. On the g h Day of november this question do not think to answer by Point j by the pm Bath court of Hancock in unify. 4 1 ing to Bis splendid dwelling or i do not wait to. Person having claims Are notified to present know How he lode a nor to his costly dress i j them legally authenticated and All indebted Caro nothing for his raiment nor to his luxury to it make Imine Diate Givan has received from Philadelphia and elsewhere a Large and Well assorted Stock of Glossy which will be sold cheap for Cash or approved country produce 6u< not on credit. The Stock consists of As Good and Well assorted As Are usually of ered for Sale. Such As dry goods hardware Queens Are Salt Iron nails castings Glass putt a shoes a. A. An excellent assortment of medicines drugs oils paints amp Dye offs. Lately received a fresh Supply of Lorenzo bows Patent Medicine. Also an excellent assortment of Sotan Xci. having concluded to change my Mode of doing business from credit to payment in band i 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 Lor payment in hand. Many notes and accounts Are of Long standing and must be collected. Persons interested will please Call and Settle As i intend leaving my claims in the hands of officers for collection in a few weeks. O Quot am requested by Jeremiah Johnson to give Novice that he has left notes and accounts against sundry persons with me for collection. Persons indebted can cull and pay the same. Indianapolis nov.24tb, 1830._396&Quot&Quot notice is hereby Given to All persons concerned that i have obtained from the pro Bule court of Bartholomew county letters of administration on the estate of Joseph b. Corn dec tl., and that said estate is probably invent. Elizabeth Coburn adm x. Of. 12, 18j0. 397 t. A tub grateful for past favors informs his friends and the Public that he still con inies to carry on the above business at his old stand a few feet South of Washington Street and one door East of Mccarty s store where the Public can be accommodated a Vita almost every kind of work in his line of tin Best materials and executed in a Woi Maii Ike manner. Persons wishing any description of furniture can be accommodated As Low for Cash As at any other shop in town. September 1st, 1830. 384 Ous table what Warehi seats and drinks to Mei the que Ilion relates not to Fields nor her Chandise nor title nor Money it is simply Thi. Quot is he tjsefur.? i he foundations of our government Are Laid in the minds of the people. Our of War lies in o or k in ledge. But the knowledge we need to iii not be limited in extent it must go when. Ever there in civil Power and that is throughout the whole people. We want no Bright spots in a general darkness Ove Merrown scholars in the estate is probably solvent. Bazil Meek or. Adm r. November 6th, 1830._ 395 administrator s notice. Once is hereby Given to All whom it Hamilton co. La. Nov. 15. 1830. 11395 May concern that the undersigned has taken out of the Hamilton probate court letters testamentary on the estate of George dle late of Hao Ilton county deceased. All persons indebted to said estate Are request the Mich ov7iwnrfi�h and to make immediate payment and All those Lect. Rort had her great minds but what was a i Quot a the same Are requested the Intelli irenee of the crowd without of a present them within the time prescribed by name. Athens had her glorious company of a a. The estate is thought to be sol it statesmen and philosophers but what was the. John u All la r. Trifling Pond Lake. # it is general in Telli in fire that we require Universal education. A wide s read love of knowledge and Abund . Means and opportunities for acquirement i \ o �1 a is. Hereby Given that a it it of lots of a the to Man is poorly qualified to a i admits ration were granted to the in Pear in on Public councils who does not knowhow much Teli epee strengthens our govern Helov probate on of Samyel ment How important it is to enlighten that Quot Booher deceased late of Shelby county i-., people whose ruler Are taken from themselves. And i declare the Saine to be solv it so Ardd who does not also realize Fiano lax in a it in non i shall therefore claim the set posed won a people it for in. Purpose ran be a Hur a Lement a Teof As so ooh in since its pressure Imke the pressure of the at Benj a min Hodges adm r. Mos Phern w live in Assn Inteli necessary to health and activity remove it and we die. Quot administrator s notice. The improved Village. Education a id Val a a Correct taste in the pleasures of a people. The pleasures of a comm shelbvville.ocl.25. 1830. 1135 administrator s notice. Letters of administration having been a Ganteil to the undersigned pm tiie a state of Thomas Morris Dee. Late of Harui Iton comity Indiana. All persons indebted to snide nity Are alway proportioned in their nature to to the Are requested to make imm Whiate a the degree of ii rental improvement. An in ment Aii a those Thaviu claims will please pro cultivated Indian enjoys the hic Hest pleasure sent them for settlement duly authenticated. In the Quot ratification of his bodily senses and in Mary Morius adn x. The prot is Little distinguish i George Wise darn r. November 24, i8m 11394 h ving tip Ken out letters of non minis a Lioi Asree Abl to Luv on the estate of 1 enjoyment de from the brute creation around him Appe Tite and passion Are his i hot motives to a up All al to Tiou and when and wherever these Are the most. Al , x i%0jl�m abundantly gratified then and there is the Hap la those who have claims against the is Piest Man. I a tale 01 Lewis Bishop dec d will phase a Little higher in the scale of moral and in to Lay them in immediately fur said of ate is Tell actual Munro lenient you find a proportion insolvent and the claims he set Able cd Aijiro in the nature of human pleasures. Tieme it Assacl. Jolin Foster. Adm it and the scale of enjoyment is regularly Gra Eatol until vol have arrived at the highest de \r1m Quot of to Grec Tofini movement where or rect moral and Lumini Strayor s Lotuce. Religious Irin Ciales prevail when mind has so far Trimai hed Over matter that the pleasures of sense Bear but pleasures More soul body. I within twelve Mon Lis. On this principle the pleasures which Are estate is supposed to to insolvent most common and most appreciated by the in Timothy r. Threlkeld adm r. Habitats of a Village become a Correct taste nov. 30, 1030, t�z398 of their moral and intellectual improvement. Among an enlightened and Well educated people moral Joy is Superior to natural pleasure. Such a people will Delight in the reciprocation of Domestic and the interchange of improving conversation and the sympathy of similar opinions and tastes and acquirement. Their most common pleasures will consist in the inter Hance of thoughts and the Init ring of Chaste affections. It is otherwise with those who Are ignorant. Their a Mijoy ment arc those of sense they love indeed to Jenot together and mingle their sympathies and enjoy their pleasures. But they Are the sympathies and pleasures of passion. Actor Dinely the senses Are the great medium of Intercourse and to a great Legree the Guage of their enjoyments. These must be Errati fief and stimulated before they can be Happy in a each other s Soric to. Quot the feast of reason and Quot the flow of soul Quot e Annot he enjoyed until the appetite has been appeased and surf edited and the thirst has been quenched and the reason has been partially drowned. In such a Village you shall find Many who Are intemperate but few who Are learners Many who can be led by a in Ftp Demngot be to any length of political or civil pure nov few who can exercise the privileges of a Freeman impartially a still fewer who can do it wisely. The land cursed with such villages shall soon feel the scour res of anarchy and Freedom shall soon Shride at the downfall of her noblest institutions. This difference of taste in pm assures is not Only observable As it May be influenced by Elk. Cation Between such Pisarc crossly ignorant and those who Are somewhat enlightened. It is also remarkable in different degrees of moral and intellectual culture. My time will not allow me to expand this thought to any extent. Let it suffice or it this occasion to observe that in individual is influence l by the books which he erases As muh and a Bohably More than by the company which he keens Accordini then to Bis moral and intellectual acquire land Agency. The subscriber respectfully informs the flu hic and those who have purchased canal lands at the late Sale that he has o opened an office through which any business with the canal con missioners in reference to lands purchased Nan be transacted by addressing a line the mail to this office without incurring the expense of travelling to Logansport. Maps of my of the townships showing the lands sold in a those reserved can be had and any of r desired can be had at any time by a lying to the above office. Persons wishing to give or fake leases can also be accommodated As above. Leisi 9 Mav be had on several Choice facts of lauds on terms. All directed to this office must be lost paid. All by iness entrusted to my care will be Pernu aptly attended to on moderate terms. John Scott nov. 1830. 396.vv Esler Monnica s estate. I i he undersigned has taken from the al Sleik 8 office of the probate court of Morean county letters testamentary on the estate of Wesley Monical deceased. Said Esfand is Sunj posed to be solvent. All persons having t iii Imp Aii finst said estate Are notified to present them within oneyear those indebted to the a Tate Are required to make immediate payment. Hiram Matthews sex r. Oct. 19, 1830. .337administrator s notice. To undersigned hns taken from f in Lei k s Oitice of the probate court of Morgan count letters of a it on tie estate of William Monnica deceased. Said estate is supposed to be insolvent. All person having clip Imp against said estate Are notify Neil to present them leg Illy authenticated within twelve months those indebted to the estate Are requested to make immediate ram Matthews adm r. Oct. 19, 1830. 11397 a administrator s notice. A i he undersigned Havi been appointed adj the estate of Charles rec Tor deceased late of Shelby county All persons having claims against said estate Are Here Sale of school lands in to his son county Indiana. 1w�zll offer for Sale at the court House door in Franklin on monday the 31ft Day of january Hext he school Section in township 11, Range 4 East. 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 Pierson Murphey. 00m. S. A. Dec. 1, 1830. 11398 taken up by Joshua Kelley living in Washin Irlon to it a pm hip Owen county. Ind one cities no r sorrel Mare supposed to be eight or nine years old next Spring fifteen hands and one Inch High a Blaze in the forehead a Small spot above the left ear and Ilse behind the same ear three White Teet two behind and one before no other Marks or brands perceive it blew appraised to �30. One other Bay Mare supposed to be 5 years old next sprig 13 hands 3 incites High a Small spot in the forehead a snip in the nose the left fore Foet White to the fool lock joint no other Marks or brands per be Ivahlee a ppr Iseed to $15 co by Blizil Cha free Rubert Spratt and Alexander Scott. A True copy from my Estravo Houk. James bigger j. P. Nov. 20, 1830. _ ir3u8_ notice. Subscribers having disposed of their m a a Toblieb Nikont to Dri Dunlap amp m you it ii would request All those indebted to them to Call and Miike settled Lieut immediately hotchkis9 pc h Orrison. Of Thev aug retort thanks to their friends and a he Public for their patronage Anil recon mend a Vnti dance of it to Ihu Prev end own Ert. N. So 11. Requested to make immediate payment William Rector Richard Williams nov. 30. 1830. F397 adm is. Administrator s notice. It Ile undersigned have taken out letters of j. Administration on the estate of Henry Gatewood deceased late of Shelby county in Liana. All persons having demands against said estate Are requested to present the same legally proven for settlement within oneyear from this Date and All persons indebted to the estate Are requested of make immediate payment. The estate is supposed to be insolvent. a. Gwinn adm. Sarah Gatewood adm x. Nov. 11,1830 a 396 taken up by James Snow grass of fall Creek township. Madison co. Ind. A Bay Mare supposed to he seventeen years old full fifteen Hinds High has a sikh tii Star in her forehead a Smigill Bunch of White in the mane sup Postil to Bocc Visioned by the Collar thereat pears of he a Brand of some kind on her near shoulder hut a Zinnof be what it is appraised to 00 by Robert Leasure and Thomas in Cartney a True copy from my Estravo Hook Thoms m. Pendleton j. P. J ii be 21, 1030.__1r397__ taken up by Thomas Vananda of Union township. Madison county iut a. A Dun Mare with a Black list along ber Back by nil a mane and Tail some Gray hairs on ber Back Suppi Bixl to Bave been caused by the Saddle some White on her Hind feet a Small while spot on the Back Pari other left Tore foot about 14 1-2 band High supposed to be Sye Arshi next Spring Nooth or Marus or Branda perceivable appraised of $35 00 by William Nelson and William Nelson. A True copy from my Effray Book. Isaac k. Finch 3. P. Dee. 1830. 11.386entertainment. The subscriber wishes to Inforno the Public that he has opened a House of entertainment i the National Road about ten Miles East of Indianapolis where All who please to favor him with a Call Small be accommodated in the Best possible manner. His charges shall always be reasonable. All favors will be thankfully received. John Hager. October 37, 1830. 392tailoring.mansion House Indianapolis. Sysay of the ea6xi. Iio i infer uis the Public that it i he has a Ken the Woll known and commodious Brick tavern on the North Side of Washington Street lately occupied by John Hawkins Esq. Where he Atli at All times be found re july and willing of receive and entertain his friends and customers. From Long experience in his profession the Central location of his stand and its conveniences together with a Well furnished table and bar and a strict attention of business a be Hopes to Merit a share i f Public favor. Large additions have lately been made Tor he Bouse for the accommodation of member if the legislature and such other gentlemen a is a v honour him with a Call. A a excellent and Este Sivc stable is attached to the a , which will be Well provided and attended iridis Majtlis not in 20,1830. 396-tf, Rilke undersigned has lately moved from al the state of Kentucky and will commence the above business 7 Miles North of Indianapolis near Squire Bacons where the Public Cap be supplied with All manner of tailoring neatly executed Atnel warranted of fit he has made arrangements to have the latest fashions from Philadelphia. He will take All kinds of country produce for his work. He has also 400 2>oz.i�abs Worth of superfine Broad cloths lately from Philadelphia which he will sell Low for Cash also trimmings of the Best Quality. The Public Are in Mildd to see his cloth and examine his work. Alexander Culbertson. Oct. 16, 1830. 391caution. I executed some time last August sundry promissory notes to Thomas j. Langdon each Tor the sum of thirty dollars. The first made payable on the 1st Day of september 1830 the second on the 1st of october following the third on the 1st of november follow iii the fourth on the 1st of december fellow ing the filth on the 1st of january l83l the sixth on the 1st of february following fhe events on the 1st of March Lollo Witzig the eighth on the 1st of april following the ninth on the lit of May following the tenth on the is of june following the 1 Ith on the 1st of july following the i2th of the 1st of August Ibl lowing. The Public Are cautioned not to Trade for any of said notes or any other demand which the said Langdon howls 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 Forsee. November 16 the 1830. J95proposals for publish pkg by subscript Ioji a a27b map of the state of Indiana. Having purchased the copy right of or. Scott s a Indiana gazetteer Quot we propose to t us ish As Early us practicable a gazetteer of4he state which will be on the usual plan of works of this kind and will embrace among other Thi is a description of the counties towns lakes Rivers creeks roads amp a. The descriptions of counties will show their situation time of organization extent Boundary Quality of soil water privileges amount of population number and character of churches and schools amp a. The descriptions of towns will embrace their location the a Hole 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 will to somewhat general showing their source and Confluence size length the face of the country through which they run navigable advantages acc. It is deemed unnecessary to say much in relation to the importance and value of the pro posed publication. Every person who will reflect a moment on the 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 Poi elation 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 the character of the state abroad by developing in some measure the vast resources of the state Herrup idly increasing population and her natural advantages. Accompanying and attached to the gazetteer will be a map of the state on a Small scale but Sulci entry 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 will depend on the correctness with which the descriptions Are Given. It will be 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 okie Dollar per copy payable on the delivery of the work. Twenty Zive per cent on the subscription Price will be added to non subscribers. 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 lots for Sale. Ai he following lots will be offered for Sale it if not paid before at the court House Indianapolis but Wenthe hours a a Sand 2 o clock sat Urruty the 1st of january 1831.lot 9 Square 69 All persons indebted to Hulf fax Quot so ee330ug-ai� of Quot Quot Quot respectfully req ties de to Call and Settle their account a by Cash of note. The business of the firm is such As re quires immediate settlement and Hoe neglecting to make arrangements by the 20th of december nest will find their accounts in the hands of a proper officer for collection. October 21, 1830. 392sai.e of sol Hooi. Land in Marion county la. Will offer for Sale at the court House door in Indiana poli on monday the 3rd Day of january next the school Section in town ship no. Seventeen Range two. The division of said Section and fhe mini mum prices affixed by the tru fees will be Umade known on fhe Dikiy of ale. Sale Between the hours of 10 o clock a. M. And 4 o clock p. M. Of said Day. John m. Frazee c. S. T. Oct. 27, 1830. 393valuable Landor Sale. Rishe under signed As Parent foral Lewis h. Craig of Gallatin of Unity Kentucky offers for Salea valuable tract of land on the Michi Lawrence Burgh state Road six and a half Miles South Easl of Indianapolis containing, of which the Timber on thirty acres is deafened and some other improvements made. The terms will be made known on application to Lewis o Neal 8 Miles s. E. Of Indiana poli october 27. 3�2 and Canna Waire no. 5, commercial Row Cincinnati. The subscriber has now open for Sale a very extensive assortment of earthen and China , for the trailer inf sorted direct from the manufacturers England a will pack assorted orders at the most reduced Market rates. Robert Lawrence. October. 391-3t taken up by William Freeman living in Blue River township Johnson county ind. A sorrel Mare with u Small Blaze in her forehead some while on the near Hind foo4 and some on fhe off fore foot about 14 hands High supposed to be three years old last Spring appraised to $15 00 by Jesse Gifford and Hazekiah Davisson. A True copy from a stray Book John Sanders j. P. Oct. 19, 1830._t397 taken up by fhe Onder signed living in Jackson township Boon co. Ind. A sorrel horse three years old last a firing about 14 hands and 3 inches High a Small Star in his forehead Fabreo Saddle spots the left Hind fool White the left hip is a hot or sunk no other brands or Maiku discoverable appraised to $25 co by George Walter and Elijah Walter. A True copy from Ray Effray Book. William Waller j. P. Nov. 25, 1830. Ir397 taken up by Charles free living in White River township Hamilton county la. A White horse supposed to be Twenty years old fourteen hands High apr raised of $12 00. Also a dark Bay horse supposed to be 18 years old 14 hands High food before a Small Star iii his forehead c dear Marks on each hip appraised of $15 00 by William Peck and Jesse Holloway. A True copy from my Hook of is. Trays. Zenas Beckwith j. R. Nov. 3, 1030. 11398 taken up by Barnett Dewitt of Centre township Delaware county la. A Bay Mare Black mane and Tail a Small Star in her forehead near fore leg crooked a Small Lump on fhe same near the pastern joint has a Large Bell Good har a Ness Collar double buckle 14 12 hands High twelve years old a raised to $18. Also a sorrel last Spring s Mare Colt a Large Star in its forehead Small snip on Tho nose appraised of $1000 by and Lemuel g. Jackson. A True copy from my estra Book. John Marshall j. P. Nov 24, 1830. 398 taken up by Andrew reel of Washington township Putnam county la. Two is frays one a flee bitten Gray Mare Blind in the right Etc some Sadd a Marks 14 hands High supposed i to he 7 ears old past no to the Mark Sot brands perceivable appraised to $25 go the other an Iron Gray Colt supposed of be five or six months of no other Marks or brands perceivable appraised to $10 00 by Elisha Mullinix and Nathaniel . I certify Tho above to be a True copy from my eat my Book John reel j p. \ ang.24.1&?0 398 a 7 a 69 it 8 u 69 1 61 7 to 42 ii 5 69 u 5 a a 70 it 6 to 46 october 8s 4>, 1830. E. 6harpe, agent. 30�� taken up by Jacob Wise of Marion Tovin Sliwin Thiim Donn of a. Lalima a Bright la Ordie 10 years old past Small i Stu Rili the forehead a filial Whito of behind the left ear slightly Salt let Lle marked shod All round. 15 1-2 i Henru Hiffa Atli raised to $40 00. Also a last Spring s horse Colt dark Bay a Star in the forehead. Both Hind get White t $13 50 by Peter Lunsford and Willie in r Denny. 1 certify fhe above to in a Frue Coisy Felt pm my stray . A John Denny j. P. Nov. If. 1830.____ in Auk Lineas for a of a. A a. It ?

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