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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - February 10, 1830, Indianapolis, Indiana A a i and manners As Well As the arguments in debate Are proper subjects of remark and taking the whole subject into View though i would not be understood As approving All his arguments yet i most conscientiously a Avard the Palm of Victory to the Young methodist. An Eye and ear witness. Wednesday february 10, \8tio. Having relieved our columns of legislative proceedings with the exception of two or tin be speeches on the subject of extending our hubs Over the Indian tribes we shall be enabled hereafter to Render the journal More generally interesting by affording accounts of the proceedings of Congress foreign news and general intelligence. The weather for a month past has been cold but regular and agreeable. For some weeks there has been a uniformity in the temperature of the atmosphere which is not usual in Liis part of the country. It is nearly a month since we have had rain. A Short time since we were visited with a Snow of considerable depth which afforded a Good Opportunity for Sleigh ing of which Many of our citizens of town and country availed themselves. The roads in every direction Are very Fine. The thermometer during the time of which we Are speaking has frequently stood As Low As Zero and on one or two occasions we observed the Mercury live or six degrees Belc a that Point. In this paper will be found a speech of or. Test on a Resolution providing for the distribution among the several states according to their population of the Nett proceeds of the Public lands. This is a subject of very great importance particularly to the Western states and or. Test undoubtedly takes a Correct View of it. That such a measures so Manifest ceremony and As Man More were by unjust to the new states and so dangerous in its consequences to the permanency of the Union will be adopted we cannot for a moment believe. Herald of the 23d, that the Alge Meine Zeitung of the 15th dec. Slates that the limits and political Fate of Greece Are at length settled but the new arrangements will not be published till they Are submitted to the Sultan whose Sanction is confidently anticipated. Quot the limits commencing at the Morith of the apr Potamos follow the course of the River As far As Saracho i and then extend in a right line to the Guloff Zeitouni. The negro ont the ancient Euby a is incorporated with Greece and according to another account the islands of Samos and Candy a. The protocol of the 23d March is maintained and Russia has acceded to this plan by which not Only a greater Extension of territory than was originally intended but the absolute Independence of Greece is a letter from Madrid of the loth contains some details relative to the preparations for the marriage of the King. In the morning of that Day Ferdinand set out for Aranjuez for the purpose of complimenting the Liing and Queen of the two sic Ilies and seeing his spouse who had been married by proxy a Short time before. As the severe etiquette of the Spanish court did not allow him to remain with his wife till he went through the marriage ceremony in person he was to return to Madrid in the evening. On the following Day the Young Queen was to make her Public entry into the capital the King Riding on the right Side of her Carriage and the infants Don Carlos and Don Francisco de , on the left All three on horseback. It is supposed that More than 40,00q persons had already arrived to witness Public Pryt log. The following report made in the Senate by or. Linton chairman of a select committee to which the subject had been referred was omitted in its proper Dace. In order that it Mav be better understood it is proper to state that Early in the session a Bill passed the Senate making provision for the Public printing &c., on the plan heretofore pursued. In the House expected. The inhabitants of Madrid were viewing with one another in Orna menting the fronts of their houses and it would really seem from All these demonstrations that the title of beloved Quot which is still ironically used by foreigners in speaking of Ferdinand has a serious meaning with a great majority of his own jeez a York statesman. Of representatives the Bill was amended by Chansing the whole system and providing for the election annually of a Public Printer by joint ballot of both houses of the Leneral Assembly the prices being fixed by Law. After the Bill thus amended was received in the Senate or. Linton moved to re commit it to a select committee for the purpose of investigating its merits. The motion prevailed and or. Linton was of course appointed chairman of the committee. After full investigation he made the four ving report Quot that they have compared the prices fixed in the Bill submitted to them with the prices paid in Kentucky and Ohio for similar printing and have also enquired of several practical printers the rates commonly charged for work of this character and find them considerably lower particularly than those of Kentucky. The manner of contracting for the Public printing of this state has failed to accomplish one most important object in the publication of the Laws and journals that of . The acts which have been rendered necessary at the present session of the general Assembly to Correct the misprints in the enactments of the last session arc striking illustrations of the i policy of the present Mode of contracting for the Public printing. It is thought that a change in the Mode of obtaining the Public Printer from that of the log est bidder to that of an election in which regard could be had to the character and mechanical skill of the candidates As Well As their ability to comply with their engagements might Lead to a More faithful publication of our Laws and journals. That a Fez dollars Are saved to the state Treasury by taking the lowest bidder the Riris papers of Friday contain a most important decision at this juncture the court Royale to which the courier Frank Ais appealed from a sentence of the correctional police having cancelled that sentence upon which the journal Des do bats observes Quot this decision consolidates for Ever the right of free discussion on religious these papers announce anew ministerial appointment that of. Sir riels de Mynyr Inthac to the place of director of the general police of the kingdom subject however to the control of the minister of the new functionary belongs to the extreme right and stood High in the Confidence of the Vilelle administration. Instead of relaxing in their proceedings ministers began to display Energy. The prosecution of journalists increases. The Provin Cial press is now pursued with As much activity As was that of Paris until repeated convictions taught the metropolitan editors the necessity for prudence. All these circumstances proving the determination of the ministry to Brave the coming storm have at length convinced the opposition that it is full time that they should be reorganized and arrange their plan for the ensuing Campaign. The Liberal deputies Are accordingly hastening to the capital and very soon will it be known what Prospect they have of Success in their proposed Effort to dislodge the minister. No defections from the ranks of the lib Raux have been yet announced but Prince Polignac must have made his calculations Ere this and reckoned on a majority also or he would have taken Steps to ensure one that would Long since have dec. 24. The messenger Des Chambers of dec. 20, says a Quot the convocation of prospectus of the Kew-70zik Abiton it and ladies literary religious chronicle. A he primary object of this work will be to a al Check the rapid Progress of we us arming Viu so fatally prevalent in our country Viz intemperance and infidelity which like the , Are stripping the Green walks of life of ail its , and leaving the vioral world u leafless Dysart. To do this the More effectually we shall pour Ray in the most vivid colours the deformity and deleterious Cotile quenches of these most deadly evils by interesting moral tales sketches frag Menie Essie is and scriptural illustrations. We shall endeavour to cherish in the hearts of our readers a he Sublime and benevolent sentiments of the blessed gospel of Jesus Christ to exhibit the beauties and rewards of virtue in All their captivating loveliness to awaken the better feelings of human nature to cultivate the social. And Domestic affections to Lead the mind through the most delightful avenues to the Bowers of happiness and peace to elevate and enlarge the conceptions to imbue the understanding with the most exalted ideas of illimitable at tribute Sand perfections of the great divinity thereby leading Mankind to fear god and keep his to accomplish these designs we shall cull to our Aid All the eloquence of truth clothed in the most fascinating forms such As moral essays simple or pathetic tales varying Quot from grave to Gay from Lively to Serene Quot a poetical sketches didactic articles in verse and sometimes to enliven our pages a tale of fancy a humorous Story an allegory a Ballad or a song will receive an insertion. In each and in All the great end and aim will be to convey moral and religious sentiments through a ii Leas ing medium to the heart or in other words to blend the Quot useful with the in order to furnish our readers with the choicest articles both of poetry and prose to encourage Genius and to Foster Talent generous premiums will be awarded from time to time for original articles furnished. The entire services of a distinguished literary gentle Fin Hite from London who has for some Lime past been a contributor to it he English periodicals arc engaged for the Mew York Amulet. Wifi these claims for patronage the work will be submitted to the consideration of a candid and generous Public. Should we succeed in our endeavours to blend usefulness and instruction with amusement and Delight our object will be accomplished conditions. The new York Amulet published by an association of gentlemen will be beautifully printed on Fine White paper 4to size with entire new Type. Its typographical execution shall equal that of any similar publication in America. It will be afforded of City subscribers in Philadelphia and new York who will receive hem by a Carrier at one Dollar and Twenty five cents the volume handsomely covered for preservation. Mail subscribers without covers will be furnished with a volume at the very Low Price of Jove dollars myth blk in Advance. Should the patronage warrant the expense the work will be embellished with Coppei plate engravings. Will be received by the undersigned until the 13th Day of March next for distributing the Laws and journals of the late session of the general Assembly. Bond with approved Security must accompany the proposals and the time for performance which must not exceed 25 Days after the Laws amp c. Are ready must be inserted in the condition of the Bond. There Are now seven circuits and each Bond must specify the circuit by its number for which the bidder wishes to contract. The first circuit is composed of the counties of Vermillion Park Montgomery Fountain Warren Tippecanoe Carroll Cass Clinton and St. Joseph. The second of the counties of Clark Scott Jackson Washington Lawrence Orange Harrison and Floyd. The third of the counties of Franklin Dearborn Ripley Decatur Switzerland jell Erson and Jennings the fourth of the counties of Gibson Posey Vanderburgh Warrick Spencer Perry Crawford Pike and Dubois. The fifth of the counties of Marion Hendricks Morgan Johnson Bartholomew Shelby Hancock Madison Hamilton and Boon. The sixth of the counties of Allen Delaware Randolph Henry Wayne Union Fayette Rush and Elkhart. The seventh of the counties of Knox Daviess Martin Green Monroe Owen Vigo Putnam Sullivan and Clay. None but responsible persons need apply. James Morrison Sec. Of state. Samuel Merrill treasurer. Morris Morris auditor. February 8, 1830. 355 All persons indebted to the subscriber for medical services will please Call and set John Anderson tie by the 20th of i month either by Cash Ora Armstrong to ref a r it a f of a will her Aon Rmel c in Wigt a. A list of i fittest now remaining in the Post office at Codington Indiana which if not taken out ill three months will be subject to the usage of dead letters. Anderson d. Or g. Abramis James b Blue William Baker willium Black Michel Button William Balkley a hew c Corse John 2 Christal Richard d Denison Huston Dickinson William e Edwards Abednago 2 f Fisher Frederick Forbes Collin i Glover William Garrish Henry Gibson robust Gay Marv Halloway Saml Halloway John january 1st, 1830. Ines Powell Hickman n. Or. Hamilton doctor Hughes l. B. Mcconnel Elizabeth n Nof John o Ogin Cornelian Oldridge John v Piatt Jacob 3 Varvill Sila. R Ristine Barnett Richard a. Rush Saml. S Sturnes James sheriff of Fountain co. Shipman Stephen t Thompson James Thompson Dani. 2 Thomas William w Waddle William Williams Alfred j. L. Sloan a. M 352 a list of xettey8, remaining in the Post of Bce at Bedford Indiana on the 3lst Day of december 1�29, which if not taken out before the last Day of March next will be sent to the general Post office As dead letters. Note otherwise they will find their accounts in the hands of an officer for collection. We. A Ross. February 10, 1829. 355 All persons indebted o the undersigned for carding and St re accounts Are requested to come Forward tui Settle the same immediately or otherwise they shall be under the necessity of collecting them. Draper. Indianapolis february 2, 1630. A 354 a Lii at of Lieue is remaining in the Post Onice at Shelby Villo. Ind on the last d y of december 1829, which if not taken out within three months will be sent to the general Post office As dead letters. L Lemasters Isaac Lennox John state of Indiana Green county is. Green circuit court november term 1829. Sarah Johnston 1 is. V petition Foh a Divock. John Johnson. Comes now the complainant by Livingston her solicitor and files her said Bill praying a divorce from the said Jolt a Johnson her said husband and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the said John Johnson is a non resident of the stale of Lodi Ime it is ordered that notice of the Pendency of this suit to published for four weeks successively in the Indiana journal a Public newspaper printed and Puli Ehud in the town of Indianapolis in said state requiring said John Johnson to he and appear before this court on the first Day of to next term thereof then and there to answer the said comi Quinaut b Bill or that the matters therein contained will be heard and deter aimed in his absence. A Rue copy test. Thomas Warrick clerk. January 28 a 18 50. 355 Indiana to wit Hamilton county. Hamilton circuit court october terms 1829. Barbara by get is. I Michel Brouilette Char Lotte Brouilette and others unknown the heirs of John Brouilette dec. J now conies the complainant by Wick Hor solicitor and files Hor Bill in this cause and on motion a writ of subpoena is awarded against the defendant Michel Brouilette to Knox county returnable to the next term of this court. And it appearing from an affidavit now made and filed that Charlotte Brouilette and others unknown heirs of the said John Brouilette Are not inhabitants of this state it is ordered hat unless they appear on or before he first Day of the next term of this court and answer the complainant s Bill the same will be taken As confessed and heard in their absence and that b copy of this order be published in the Indiana journal a newspaper printed at Indianapolis at least four weeks successively previous to the next term of this court and this cause is continued. A copy attest. John i. Stephenson . chamber of deputies is said to be but Thev do deem this Savinc entitled ,. But they do deem this saving to no attention unless it can be made in perfect compatibility with the Paramount object of laying before the people in due time exact transcripts of the Laws and journals of the general Assembly. Should the Senate believe that a change in the manner of obtaining a Public Printer is desirable the committee believe the amendments made in the House of representatives to the Hill now before the Senate will accomplish the object in As Plain and direct a Mode As any they can advise and therefore report the original Bill with Tho amendments of the House of r preventatives to the Senate without further amendment believing that if Tho proposed change is not made no amendment is required to the original fore go jews. A the packet ship Napoleon capt. Smith arrived yesterday in the Short passage of 26 Days from Liverpool. By this vessel we have received papers and letters to the 24th december and from London to the 23d, learn from the Loddon morning fixed for the second fortnight in Jan uary and that the chamber would be assembled on the 10th or i2lh of feb. The deputies of the extreme right appear to have received an extraordinary summons for almost All of them arc already arrived at Paris. Quot some preach moderation announcing that All kinds of amelioration will be proposed to the Chambers and that the ministry of the 8th of August will be More a than All those that we have hitherto seen. In chancery. A Aldridge h. B Brown Susannah Brown Jervy c Crawford Henry Coppie Isaac Campbell Jeremiah Cornelison John Crews Richard d Dimis Ryty John double we. G Gamble Aaron gain Iii David Greer John Gwinn Vern. H Hendricks John Hoskinson Mary Harson Garret h flyer Jense hoop John Harsin Marrin Holmes in Tejes a Harrell Bynm k Kil four Benjamin Keely Samuel Keith James Klinck Joseph m Miller Richard n Nicholls Henry Vaughan mrs. O Lodinger George 2 p Pope Henry vate Solamon Powel e. Pike John Pollard Reuben r Rhoads John Reed John s Stinson James Smithers Lloyd Smith Adam 2 sheriff of Shelby co. T Titton Robin Teal or. N. Tarkington Joseph v Victor we. W Woodard James we. O. Little p. M. A minis Tyaton s Xot Iee. The under irined were appointed by the probate court of Shelby county Indiana at the november term of Baid court for the year 1828, to administer upon the estate of Michael Ellis dec. Late of said county of Shelby. The estate is insolvent and will be settled As such. Mary Ellis sex r. Blake Ellis adm r. Shelbyville la. Jan. 5th, 1830. 354 House and Ign i Siuting Jesse Grace still continues to carry on the above business on Meridian Street a few doors South of Washington Street where the Public can to accommodated with any kind of work in his line of the Best material and made in the Best style. Persons wishing any description of Windsor chairs settees Crindle settees amp a. Amp a. Can be accommodated by nil application. 0 Wentt gtd immediately a Journeyman to he chair making business. One who is a Good Workman will meet with Good encouragement. Also a boy Between the age of 14 and 17 years is wanted As an apprentice to learn the above l>u8�n is. February 11,1830. 355 Indiana to wit Hamilton county. Hamilton circuit court october term 1829. Charles Ketchum by George Ketchum his father and next j Friend i. Sinch Ancert. Michel Brouilette and others unknown heirs of John Bro i Lote dec. J now come the Cona Plaisant by Wick his counsel and it appearing try an affidavit now made others unknown heirs of the said John Brouilette dec. Are not inhabitants of this state on motion it is ordered that unless they appear on or before the first Day of the next term of this court and answer the Conill Winant i Bill that the same will be taken As confessed and heard in their absence and that notice of this order be Given by four weekly publications in the Indiana journal previous to he first Day of the next term of his court until which time this cause is continued. Teste. , k a Good Bahu Aik. Agreeably to an order of the Hamilton probate court the subscriber will offer for Sale on the premises on saturday the 20 i Dav of March next the following described real estate lying about one mile and a half from Stevens s Mills in Hamilton county of wit the North West Quarter of Section 5, township 19, Range 6 East containing 178 acres Belo Niit Ine to the heirs of William d or dec. There is a lease on the above premises that will expire in three years from tie time of said Sale at the expiration of which lease there will be 15 acres cleared and Lef it in Good repair the terms of Sale will he City dollars of the Purchase Money in hand and the balance in three equal annual payments by he purchaser giving Bond with Freehold Secu Rity. Joseph Dyer sex r. January i8 a 1830. 354 Tasbur Xep by Andrew Snider. Jiving in Liberty township Shelb county la. A clues nut sorrel Mare,4 years old next Spring 15 hands High Light mane and Tail no outlier Marks or brands perceivable appraised to 20 dollars by Simeon Spurgen and Jacob Young anon. I do hereby certify hat the above is a True copy from my stray Book. Samuel love j. P. January 1830, 354 we Alexander b Daniel buyers Lazerus Barclay Noah Boon Jesse Brock Lebi irn Birtt Preston Beck Richard Browning c William Holland William Howard i William Irwin 2 Isaac Juii of k Abraham Kierny l Hugh Livingston 3 m John Milroy John Meadows William Mathews miss Rebecca Crider 2 Daniel m Coy Kiowa re Clampitt John d. Myers clerk Lawrence c to. James Maraugh Michael Crider Thomas Chandler John loudly d Jesalee Davis Rollini c. Dewey 2 Daniel Davis we. De inv e John or Bailey East f Adam Morrow n John Newland a a John Loans p Plesant Ftp Kes Thomas Palmer Robert Porter win. Patters of r James or Salt loll Fields William Richman Thi Mas Fisher i Levant Franklin 2 George w. Fry g Simon Gilbert Robert Grant will. Gray said if l i Rah am John Gray Joseph Glover h Adam Haush John Rains Levi Reed s s Ephen Sparks sheriff of Lawrence co. Sigismund Scott Hilary Toan v Aaron Vandever w Vinson Williams 352 Robert m. Carlton p. M. Taken up by Jos it pm Rees of township Shelby noun to. Ind. Two stray it it ii it yellow Bay supposed to be often years old for then hands and a Hal High four White feet White face some Sray hairs in her Tail a White spot in the near flank shod All round apr raised to twelve dollars. The Othi r a Bright Bay supposed to he two year old last Spring thirteen and a half hands High some Gray hairs in her forehead appraised to eighteen dollars by James Woods and Zebu Ion Wallace. A True copy from my Estravo Book. Elijah Kirkpatrick j. P. January 6 h,1830. 354 taken up by George Moni Cal living in Marion township Putnam county ind eight Miles East of Greencastle on he in 1-nut Fork of eel River two a y fillys one supposed to be two years old past has a White Streak on the inside of her right Hind Foo Black mane and Tail appraised to fifteen dollars. The other supposed to be a year old past Black Nione and Tail its mane hangs on the left Side or outlier Marks or brands perceivable appraised to in dollars by Nathan Dickerson and John Greg try a True copy from my stray Book. Abraham l. Callings j. A january 8, 1830. 354 Tufi Skelt up by Andrew Boyd living in Clinton township Putnam county ind. An Iron Gray horse supposed to be six or seven years old fifteen hands and a half High supposed to Little lame in the stifle joint of the Nea Lily a leg a natural Trotter no other Marks or brands perceivable appraised to 27 dollars by Jai ies Stid and Stephen c. Burk. Also a last spy Niji horse Colt Strawberry Roan skew Bauld head White legs White under his belly appraised to 6 dollars. A True copy from my stray Book. Andrew Gardner j. P. November 14, 1829. conducted by mrs. Tichenor will commence its Spring session the first monday in March. The following branches of learning will be taught Viz spelling Reading Wii Tinc English grammar geography with the use of maps astronomy and Needle work. Those who wish to Sond would do Well to let it be known shortly. The school will be visited monthly by messes. Nob Phipps Merrill. Yandes and Douglass. N. B. It is wished that the Pipih would con wench with tie of the yes Sion. Hidi Anapolis january 27,1830. 354 taken up Maniuel Smiley of Franklin township Johnson county Indiana a sorrel Mare about 14 hands High 11 or 12 years Ohi Bald face Small crop off cach ear a Omos addle Marks he off Hind foot White appraised to 20 dollars by Joseph Young and Robert Gil crees. I do certify he above to be a Irne copy from my stray Book. George w. King j. P. December 26,1829. 352 taken up by James lash of Franklintown ship Johnm it a Conn to India in a a Strawberry Roan horse Bald face right fore foot and left Hind foot White no other Marks or brands observed four years old is Spring about 14 hands High Hud a Ropo round his Nick a appraised to so dollars by Pierson Murphey William Smiley and Hugh Williams. The above is a True copy from my stray Book. George w. King j. P. January 7th,1830. 352 is hereby Given that the undersigned have taken out of he probate court of Shelby county Indiana letters of administration on the estate of i Orric Graham dec. Late of said county. All persons having claims against said estate Are requested to exhibit legally authenticated for settlement and All persons indebted to said estate Are requested o make payment . The estate is probably solvent. John White adm r. Margaret Graham adm x. Shel Wille Jan. 14th, is St. 352 i am Uisu Aloir a to tace. Lii. Undersigned has taken out Leoti if of administration from the probate court of Shelby county Indiano at the last november term on the estate of Samuel h. Booher late of said county dec. Which estate it probably insolvent. All persons int bled to said is a e Are req Ijes de o make Imin Editp payment and those having claims will present Thimi according inlaw. Benjamin Hodges adm r. Shelby county Jan. 27.1830. _ tar3ei�r up by Hury West living in Marion township Hendricks county ind. A Black filly two years old past a Star in her forehead fourteen hands a a High some White hairs on her Back right Hind foot White a Long Tail no brands perceivable Nuj raised to 24 dollars by Janies Britain and James Turner. This is a True conv from my stray Book. Harmon ,1ttain, j. 1�. December 15,1s29. 350

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