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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - June 9, 1830, Indianapolis, Indiana Proposals for publishing by subscription a a Zetser and mat of the rotate of Indiana. From the new England Galaxy. The athenaeum gallery no. 1. The Morla Iid. There is a love that Lii its the Eye and flashes of the brow its music �8 a whispered word its Seal a burning vow. There is a love that hides his Torch beneath he Rosy bowl and when the wine has passed the lip he warms the reveller s soul. There is a love that Only comes Volien Joy and Hope have flown and on the ruins of the past he builds his lonely throne. There is a quiet sort of love to at comes to later years when men have sighed away their sighs and wept away their tears. But not the love that Speaks in words or in the wine cup Burns. Nor that when memory s silent step to pleasure s grave returns a and not the love that Dot Ards feel break through i their shivering veins a is like the love those Sweet ones Felt of Asia s scorching Plains. O could she speak she cannot speak and what have words to Tell the trembling hand the blushing Cheeky he reads their language Well. The Palms around their Cradle rocked the streams beneath it rolled Thoy swept through leaves of Orient Dye they tossed on Sands of Gold. The Earth was Green the skies were Bright. The air was Sweet with sound while thousand Birds with painted wings made Melody around. Iff it there Are two Little Grassy Mounds and sleeping Side by Side. Lie buried in the cold. the Monkey and his Bride o it was Ever so with love the Flower that Eden gave that where it Rose in freshest glow beneath it Lay the grave. From the United a tates Gazette. Henry Clay. Tune the truth it is mighty i and truth will prevail i Quot a the infamous slanders of Sale Quot a sunk deep with Jua thed calumnies never to risk a Down Down to its Parent the father of lies return Pennsylvania thy first love i Best. The Man of the people the fride of the West like Webster his mental resources Are great his country is one undivided estate internal improvements the sinews that bind and mental improvement the March of the mind Quot by their fruits be shall know them Quot a and Liberty s tree of knowledge shall now and forever be free the Man of the people has always been True he is Bone of your Bone and the image of you his principles Ever Accord with your own a greater Republican never was known return Pennsylvania thy first love is bests the Man of the people the Pride of the West woman at Home. It is said that the character of a woman May be known by the internal appearance of her House and the dress and manners of her children. If the furniture of her ajar treats exhibits an air of and show rather than Comfort we May infer thai she is a vain a Oman and that her mind and her dress Are equally fantastic. If the ornaments of her Hii use however splendid they May be Are badly arranged or incongruously assorted Wilh Thor that Are mean or common and Mure Especial in if the Drai Iery of Arachne is suffered to hang from the Walls or cornices it is a Quot Prool Strong As holy writ Quot that she is deficient both in taste and neatness. Such a woman would As Likely As not Wear Black stockings with a a White dress roses in her Beaver and a Cap to save the trouble of combing her hair. If her children notwithstanding the fashion or Richness of their clothes Are dirty or carelessly dressed if their minds Are uncultivated and their manners rude the Mother will most Generaux prove to be both ignorant and indolent or which is worse wholly indifferent to the Well being of her children. The opposite of All these May be ascribed to the woman a Hose House is neat in every Pari As far As she is Able to Render it so. It matters not whether she dwells in a Palace or a cottage order and neatness Are conspicuous in every thing a round her. In the dress of her children she unites simplicity with taste and Uil ends at once to the Iii movement of their minis and the cultivation of those Good graces which in a greater or less degree according to their respective stations in life will recommend then a to society. Such a woman although she May not be Learned or accomplished according to the modern acceptation of the term will be found to possess judgment Good sense and a Correct taste. With respect to her dress its a unfitness will never be made an apology for not seeing her friends. Iler Domestic or other engagements May with propriety prevent her receiving their visits but if she chooses to see them her dress if proper for the business in a which she May happen to be engaged she will never be Asha Raed of. Both at Home and a Broad it will always be dictated by a sense of propriety preserving a proper medium Between the extravagances of fashion and that homely plainness that usually denotes an Ordinary a ind. _ one of the strongest problems of our inexplicable nature is the Choice of Evi and the rejection of Good even after Long experience has proved that evil and misery Are uniformly synonymous. Virtue it is True does not always exempt from sorrow but crime must Ever be wretchedness. Hope loses its Blimm and fear acquires a Keener sting the present is anxiety the past remorse and the future is despair and yet wayward Man drinks of the bitter cup when the Sweet is loitered to him and launches his boat upon an angry sea where storms attend his course and Shipwreck terminates his voyage rather than Glide Down the smooth current of a tranquil Stream where peace pit lots him on Bis Way and happiness Waits him at the Sborz. , reciprocal nov-�1, Chaste cheerful Perspicuous a ii Cess Ive a Fleo any anecdote Cal to illustrate and enliven occasionally grave and argumentative sometimes witty but rarely if Ever satirical arid never personal for satire and personality destroy the Case which should al iraqi exist in a a Ocial Circle. Having purchased the copy right of or. Scott s Quot 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 roads sic. 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 whole number Fly inhabitants the number of professional men artists merchants mechanics the Progress of improvement distances from the seat of government and from other Imja Octant Points their latitude Longitude amp a. The descriptions of Rivers and creeks will be some Fiat general showing their source and Confluence size length the face of the country through which they run navigable advantages it to. It is deemed unnecessary to say much in relation to the importance and value of the proposed 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 a Ninn 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 the character of the state abroad 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 map 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 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 one Dollar per copy payable on Htide livery of the work. Twenty five per Cen Tiyon the subscription Price will be added to non subscribers. Douglass amp Magu Irli Indianapolis april 19, 1830. Editors of newspapers in this state Are requested to give the foregoing prospectus a few insertions and the favour will to Rock located when an Opportunity is presented. Rouse and Ign i fainting and i he undersigned respectfully informs the i 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 manners possible. She also continues to keep a boat Dong House and returns her grateful acknowledgements for past favors and intends still to Supply her to i Lewith the Best the country can of lord and Hopes thereby to obtain a Liberal share of the Public patronage. Elizabeth Nowland. Indianapolis March 15, 1830. Rego Lio Aii Oice Indianapolis May 4 1830. On saturday the 10th Day of july next Between the hours of 10 . And 4 p. A there will be sold for Cash in hand at the court House door in Indianapolis the following described lands or so much thereof As will pay the principal and charges against them the undivided half of fractional Sec. 31, town 6 South Range 4 West in Spencer county containing 147 acres. Mortgaged by e. B. Wilson for $400�?charges $20 00. The West half a e. Quarter of Section 15, town 15, Range 3, in Marion county. Mort it raged by i Doc Smith for $233�?charges �i3 98. The s. W. And s. E. Fractions of Tho n. W. Quarter of Section 22, town u Ortii Range 1 West in Morgan county containing 56 1-2 a cres. Mortgaged by John e. Clark for $106�? charges $7 3g. If said land will not sell for As much ready Money As will pay said principal and charges the superintendent will buy the Sanii for the Benefit of the Indiana College and immediately if possible or at any time thereafter a ill sell said land to the highest bidder the bid being equal to the amount due on a credit of five years the interest to be paid annually in Advance by the purchaser and the land to forfeit immediately if said principal or interest or either of them shall not be punctually paid according to the terms of such Sale. 367 Samuel Merrill sup is Giyen i hat letters of administration have been x. Granted to the undersigned on the estate of James Roberts deceased late of Marion co. La. At a late term of the probate court of said co. The estate is insolvent and the settlement of the same is claimed As such. Nancy Roberts x. Marion county May 5, 1830. 367 Liaw to Tlacil. Xiii Lam p. Bitant a Tutor Jeff amp counsellor a Law has permanently located himself in Rock Ville Parke county Indiana. All business entrusted to his care will receive punctual attention. Rockville april 1830. 366 new Albany and Vincennes Turnpike notice. At Aai meeting of the commissioners appointed by the legislature of the state of Indiana at their session in january 1830, for opening the books for subscription to the Stock of the Quot new Albany and Vincennes Turnpike Road company Quot held at Paoli in the county of Orange on monday the loth of May 1830, there were present from the county of Floyd David m. Hale and Mordecai the county of Harrison Hays m Callan from the county of Washington John Gregg a from the county of Orange William Lind Leland we. A. Scribe re from the county of Martin Lewis Brooks a from the county of Daviess Michael Murphy a and from the county of Knox John c. Clark. On motion David m Ralpj was appointed chairman and we. A. Scribner Secretary. In conformity to an act of the legislature of this stale approved january 29th, 1830, entitled Quot an act to incorporate a company to make a Turnpike Road from new Albany in Floyd county by Greenville Paoli mount pleasant and w Ashington to Vincennes in Knox county Quot notice is hereby Given that books shall be opened for subscription to said Stock by the attending at ii following places to if at new Albany in Floyd county and at Salom in Washington county from this Hite at or nge county on the 3 1 monday in his month at mount pleasant in Martin county the 1st monday in june next at Washington in Davir is county the 2d monday in june next and at Vincen pcs in i Fox county., the 3 1 monday in june next. The above named commissioners a in infer under said act would respectfully refer to the act pubic said in tiie Western Sun and Call the Imit Diatte attention of the Pulitic nut Only to the general advantage of the work in View but also to the favourable try nos upon which a profitable Stock May now be pro Curtil. It is believed that the present Congress have donated $18,000 to its accomplish ment. To property hollers on or near its line and the patriotism that looks to the Prosperity of the country the commissioners used give no additional i notations to attend at the places and times specified. Resolved unanimously. That four Hundred copies of the above act together with the pro feedings of this meeting be printed in Pampa ice form for general distribution. On motion resolved thai John c. Clerk David m. Half we. Lindley Lewis Brooks and Michael , to the five acting commissioners under the 24th sect Iii of the aftic mentioned act. Resolved that the proceedings of Lii Sumeet ing be published four weeks successively in the Western Sun at Vincennes Tho Western re Cister Terre haute the Indiana journal Indianapolis the annotator Salem and Tho focus Louisville and Forward their accounts to the Secretary of this meeting. Ordered that this meeting adjourn to meet at this place on the 2d monday in Mav next. Signed David m. Hale cd n. Attest we. A. Scribner Sec y. Paoli May 10, 1830. 359 . By virtue of an execution to me directed from the clerk s office of the Marion circuit court in favor of Amos Lane and against minor Roberts i have levied upon and will expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder on saturday the 26th Day of june at the door of the Washington Hall in the town of Indianapolis the rents and profits for seven years of the following described pieces of land the e. Halfofthen.e.qr.ofsec.29t. 16r.2 Quot w. Do. Quot s. War. Do. 28 16 a 2 Quot w. Do. Quot n. W. Or. Do. 22 16 2 Quot e. Do. Quot s. W. Or. Do 28 16 is should the not sell for a sum sufficient to pay said dust Anil costs the fee simple will be exposed to Sale at the same time in l place ,.1 <1,_ 1______________i in Sale to comm ice Between the hours of 10 o clock a. M. And 4 p. M. On said Day. Jacob Landis s. Re. C. June 2, 1830. 371 la persons Imide Ltd to the sub Scriber Are requested to make payment on or before the first of july nest As further indulgence can lot be Given. My uses for Money Are such As require me to collect without delay. Those having open and unsettled accounts Are re Quested to come and Settle. Two i cd a Ocee of 024eh, Fok Wagon suitable Lor working cattle the other a two horse Wagon. Also an excellent a crib suitable for the Saddle or harness. Of new. Seat Quot a wish to Purchase and p a goods for about one Hundred bushels of Good Corn meal at 25 cents per Bushill it must be Ziade of Good sound Corn. Find Hundred pounds for Sale Abr Cash Only at 6 1-4 cents per Lound. John Givan. Indianapolis june 1,1830. 371 taken up by George Hartman of Centre Townsl Jip Quot Hendricks county Indiana an stray Bay Quot horse suppose id to be ten years old about fourteen hands High has a Star in his forehead and a Small White spot in his left Plank his right hip snark shod before no other Marks or brands appraised to Twenty one dollars by Jacob Waggoner and William al Otelee. A True copy from my Rettray Book. James Green j. P. May 3, 1820. 11369 notice. Tojie clerk s oleic of the District court of the United states for the Indiana Dis Trio is removed to and kept in the same House with in. Clerk s Ollice of the supreme court of the state of Indiana. All persons having business in said office will attend to this notice. H. Hurst a. I. D. In ,may26, 1830. 371 Jesse Grace still con times to carry on the above Liu siness on Meridian Street a few doors South of Washington Street where a. A the Public can be with any i kind of work in his line of the Best materials states complainants. District court of United slates May term 1830. The president directors and made in the Best style. Poisons Wishnig 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 , is wanted As an apprentice to learn the above business. February 11,1830. 355 Tiaw Kotico messes. Fletcher Merrill have formed a partnership in the practice of Law in Marion county. The partnership heretofore existing Between messes. Fletcher and Ingram has been dissolved by Luu Tual consent. Indianapolis sept. 16, 1829. 328tf White Halili Otill 0h40. Rilke subscriber has taken that Large and al con Dock u8 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 b y order of the Marion circuit court in chancery sitting i will sell to the highest bidder at the court House door in Indianapolis on saturday the 12th of june Between the hours of 9 a. 4 p. Mall the interest of the Lute we. Foster dec In lot no. 6 in Square 77, in Indianapolis for the purpose of paying Tho debts of the deceased. Said property includes the building on said let and will be sold on a credit of four months the Pur Chaser giving Bond and Security. Lismond Basye r. May 18,1830. 369 in chancery. Mason c. Fitch administrator Amos Nelson Franklin Nelson Harvey Nelson and Elizabeth c. Raymond heirs of Reuben w. Nelson dec d., and William Wright defendants. I he complainants appear by a their solicitor and fief. Their Bill against Siu j defendants and it appealing to the satisfaction of the court that Elizabeth c. Ray mond one of the said defendants is not a Resi Dent or Iii habitant of the state of Indiana it is ordered that unless the said defendant appear and answer the said Bill on or before the first Day of the next term of the court aforesaid to be Holden on the first monday of november next that the matters and things in said Bill will be taken As confessed against her and the decree rendered accordingly it is Furt Lut or it red that a copy of this order be published in the Indian journal a Public Ncik paper printed in the town of Indianapolis for three weeks successively. And this cause is continued unti the next term of this court. 3 8 Helmly Hurst Elk. D. C. I. D. Was Tox Talili near the Centre of the to in of pm , m. Grateful for the very Liberal Psi Osage which has been extended to the above establishment fakes this api Orlu Nily to inform his friends and the Public that has during the last season at considerable expense erected a elegant addition to his House by Means of which he will he enable gtd to accommodate Many More at a time than formerly. He pledges his unremitting exertions to Render comfortable and afford general satisfaction to All who May favour him with their com any. Horses will he attended to in the Best manner and on moderate terms. He has a convenient a pasture lot where they can be Letto exercise. A she subscriber has just receive gtd and open led at his old Stan i of w Ashington Street a fresh Supply of Derohan Sulse Sui Pable for the season. He respectfully invites his customer and the Public generally to Call and examine his goods and prices As he is now ready and willing to give Good bargains. I Rodunce such As sugar bees Wax feathers and Hei Ufi will to taken Thoimas m. Smith. Taken up by Hiram Polock of Plummer township Green county ind. A Black Mare three years old fourteen hands thru inches High marked with a White spot on tie left thigh one on the left Side of her neck and one on her jaw appraised to thirty five dollars by Richard Huffman and Isaac Watson. Philan Der v. Hollister j. P. April 29, 1830. 11369 taken up by James Logan of Centre township Hendricks co. Ind. A sorrel Mare supposed be three years old a Blaze in her face fourteen hands High no other Marks or brands perceivable appraised to Twenty dollars by Gideon Hui Tord and Walker Sacry. The above is a True copy from my stray Book. Lewis Mastin j. P. April 19, in Itzo. Tor of . Roule sch Scribi wishes to Exchange for x pro Ierta in Indianapolis or to sell 122 1-2 u. Res of land joining on the South Side of Fhy a donation , and ext finding from the Bluff rond to White River. There i an Imi it a lenient on the lace and the soil and situation Are Good. If a Sale is made the to rms will be one third Cash and the balance May remain on mortgage during the lives of the subscriber and his gift it and the survivor of Thorn Aji ply to Sam . Mitcjell Indianapolis. Samuell Tildah. Vincennes april 2, 1830.  g64 Indiana to wit Hanilton county. Hamilton circuit court May term a. D.i830, Joshua Yeo administrator of the estate of Jesse Mckay de ceased is. Asa Mckay John Mckay Sarah Waltern amp Samuel Wal a it in chancery Tern her husband Hannah Wood and Joshua Wood heir and Legal representatives of Jesse Mckay deceased John Stephenson amp Jacob Wood _ Quot of at this time comes the complainant al by Fletcher his solicitor und files his Bill of complaint praying that the real estate of Jesse Mckay dec Lying in Hamilton co. Ind. Be sold it being that the personal estate of said decedent is not suite client to pay the debts of so id estate. And it being made known to the court that the said defendants Asa Mckay John , Sar amp a Waltern her husband Han no a my and Joshua Wood her husband Are not re in rants of this state therefore it is or dered by the Urt that Tho said defendants be notified of the complainant s Bill by the Rife Ali Jjck Ijar publication in the Indiana journal a pm i a paper printed in Indianapolis that they be and appear on the first Day of Thi next term of this court and answer the said Bill or that the same will be taken for confessed against them and a decree will be had Accord Nirh in their absence. Attest Jno Stephenson Elk. A copy. 370 rare Hio 1830. 359�dmiiiist�aloy s Otice. F it he undersigned has taken out letters of m. Administration on the estate of David Breeding dec Late of Bart Holonich county Indiana. All persons indebted to Safe estate will make payment to him and information is by him Given that the Quot said estate is insolvent the settled Junt Owhi be claimed As such. Jam a i i a r. May 22, 1830. »,11370t. thaw to William Quarles its Ujj will practice Law in partnership in the Shelby circuit court Indiana. The residence of or. I Arles is at Indianapolis and or. Brown in Greensburg Decatur county. All business entrusted to them will be faithfully attended to. March 13, 1830. 361 taken up by John Ersen Bright of Nineveh township Bartholomew co. Ind. A Brown horse Bot left feet White Blaze face some Saddle Marks a bout fourteen and a half hands High in turn Trotter supposed to be thirteen years to fifteen dollars by g. Ergenbright and j. Maxey. Job Gardner j. P. April 24, 1830. 11370 taken up by George Young of Jackson township sludgy county. In. A Strawberry Roan Mare fifteen hands High us posed to be four years old this 8prin one rib lower than the rest on the left Side with a sear at the end of it some gear Marks her shoulders no other Marks or brands Perti Java blew appraised to fort five dollars by lems Barlow and Jesse holier. I certify the above to be a True copy from my Estravo Book. Quot Michael Pittman. J. May 3, 1830. 11369 p. Taken up by Leonard Bard Well of fall Crek township Madison county. Indiana an is Triy i Pale sorrel horse about fifteen hands High sup posed to be five years old this Spring he has a Star in his forehead and a Small snip on his nose also a Small White spot on his neck under Tho mane with some Saddle s 0ts, shod before old shot a shows the Mark of the Collar paces and trots appraised to thirty nine dollars by Jacob mangle and Thomas h. Pendleton. I certify the above to be h True copy from my stray Book. Thomas m. Pendleton j. P. May 10, 1830. 1i3g9 taken up by William Stewart of mount pleasant township Delaware co. Ind. An stray sorrel Mare about fourteen hands and a half Gigli supposed to be eighteen years old shod behind with steel toed shoes has a White Stripe Down her face no other Marks or brands perceivable appraised to fifteen dollars by William Daugherty and Jonathan Mills. A True copy from my Estravo Hook. William Jones j. F. Miry 10, 1830. 11370 taken up by Hiram Young in eel River township Hendricks co ind. Two strays one a Bay horse with a Short Tail about fourteen hands Hilt a no Marks or brands perceivable about eleven years old appraised to fifteen dollars. The other a Bay Mare about fifteen hands High Blaze face about Elev n years old left Hind foot White up to the Hock the right Hind foot i White Streak tip to the to Twenty eight dollars by we. Bales and James Davies. I certify Tho above to be a True copy from my Estravo Book. Christian Hartman j. P. May 3, 1830. 11369 taken up by Elijah Walters in eel River township Hendricks county ind. A Roan filly with a Blaze face right Eye out left Hind foot White up to the Hock Long switch Tail right fore foot White no to the pastern joint about fourteen hands amp a half High about 2 years old no Otler Marks or brands perceivable appraised to Twenty five dollars by win. Beaty and Tho it j. Walker. I certify the above to be a True copy from my stray Book. Christian Hartman j. P. May 5,1830. A Lim i inti Alo s notice. Notice is hereby Given that letters of administration wore granted to the under signed at the last March term of the Shelby probate court on the estate of a times Cooper deceased latest Shelby county Indiana. All persons having any demands against said estate Are hereby requested to present them within one year from this Dale and All persons in a ebbed to the estate ate requested to make immediate payment. The estate is solvent. Derrickson updo Graff w Illiam Updegraff cum is. May 24,10. 11371 notice. All persons having claims against the estate of James Smock dec Late of Johnson county ind. Will present them legally authenticated according to Law for settlement Vii thin one year from this Date and All persons indebted to said estate Are requested to come Quot Forward and make payment. The estate is probably solvent. John r. Smock r. May 8, 1830. Lii to Yter vets amp de Ai times of the mails to and from Indianapolis pot office from Madison in. Sunday evening. From Louisville and Elizabethtown by. Tuesday evening. From Petersburgh in. Saturday 6 p. M. From Firre Diaute in. Tuesday 4p. A from Mooresville via Union in. Saturday noon. From Winchester in. Friday 8 p. M. From Dayton o wednesdays and saturdays 6 p. M. From Brookville in. Sundays and wednesdays 6 p. M h rom Law enc Burgh in. Thursday 8 p. M. To Madison in. Thursday 6 a. M. To Louisville and Elizabethtown by Friday mornings., to Petersburgh in. Monday 6 a. M. To Terre haute in. Friday 6 a. A. To Mooresville via Union in. Friday morn Ings. To Winchester in. Monday 6 a. M. To Dayton o. Thursdays and mondays 6 a. M. To Brookville in. Sundays and thursdays 6 . To Lawrence Burgh in. Monday 6 a. M. Madison mail is not due until wednesday according to contract but arrives is above stated. The Louisville and Elizabeth town by. Mails Are condensed us far As Bedford Indiana. April 4, 1830. 363 having purchased a sufficient Quantity of new Type for the publication of the statesman i will sell on very reasonable terms from 150 to 200 lbs. Of Small Pica Type about half worn. If carefully worked it will last and make a fair impression four i a five years. Any Printer desiring to Stablish himself in some of our new counties on a cheap scale would do Well to Avail himself of the Opportunity now of lorded. Letters to the subscriber on this subject will be promptly attended to. . Lawrence Burgh ind. March 30,1830. Quot printing of Oyer description neatly x and a done at this deeds for Sale

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