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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - March 10, 1830, Indianapolis, Indiana . A Quot we parted Friendship s dream had cast deep interest o 6r the Brief Farewell and left upon the shadowy past full Many a thought on which to dwell. Such thought As come in Early youth and live in Fellowship with Hope \ Bobed in the Brilliant hues of truth unfitted with be world to Cope. We parted he went o or the sea and 4i.eeper Solitude was mine yet there remained in memory. For feeling still a sacred shrine. And thought and Hope were offered up till their etherial essence fled and disappointment from the cup in dark libations poured instead. We parted twas an Idle dream that thus we e or should meet again for who that knew Man s heart would deem that it could Long unchanged remain 1 he sought a foreign dime and Learned another language which expressed to St rangers the Rich thought that burned with a quenched Power within his breast. And soon he better loved to speak in those new accents than his own his native Tongue seemed cold and weak. To breath the wakened passions tone. He wandered far and lingered Long. And drank so deep of lathes Stream that each new feeling grew More Strong and All the past was like a dream. We met a few glad words were spoken a few kind glances were exchanged but Friendship s first Romance was broken for his had been from me estranged. I Felt it ally we met no More my heart was True but it was proud life s Early Confidence was o or and Hope had set beneath a Cloud. We met no More for neither sought to re unite the sever d Chain of social Intercourse for nought could join its parted links again. Too much of the wide world had been Between us for too Long a time and he had looked on Many a scene the Beautiful and the Sublime. And be had themes on which to dwell and memories that were not mine which formed a separating spell and Drew a Mystic Boundary a line his thoughts were wanderers and the things which brought Back Friendship s Joys to me. To him were but the spirit s wings which bore him o or the Distant sea. For he had seen the evening Star glancing its rays o or Ocean Waves. And marked tie Moon Benois from afar. Lighting the grecian heroes Graves. And he had gazed on Trees and Lowers beneath italia s sunny skies and listened in fair ladies Bowers. To Genius words and Beauty s sighs. His it ebb had echoed through the Halls of grandeur Long left desolate and he had climbed the crumbling Walls. Or of d perforce the hinge less Gate and unused o or Many an ancient pile. In ruin still magnificent. Whose histories could the hours beguile with dreams before to fancy Lent. Such recollections came to him. With Moon and stars and summer Flowers to me they bring the shadows dim of Early and of happier hours. I would those shadows Darker fell for life with its Best Powers to bless has but few memories loved As Well or Welcome As forgetfulness. Further forbear Aflfe to Ltd to a i Iii to Ensign l. Said to him Quot i have never yet missed my Mark your time has they fired the Ball of Lieut. G. Pierced the heart of his oppo nent and he never Bres thed More. The survivor with his Friend the surgeon returned to the Mes room where All the officers of the regiment were assembled waiting the result and walking up to the table without a word from the party wrote a Challenge directed to any officer in the regiment from the colonel to tiie lowest in commission and placed it before them. There was a silent solemn pause for some minutes of oae dared to accept it on which Lieut. G. Drew his commission from his pocket Tore it in pieces which he threw on the table and left the service of his country and the company of those who could not estimate the character or feelings of an honourable Man. Quot i m of All the falsehoods put Forth in this lying world none is More often told or with a More hypocritical intent than the two avoids at the head of this article. To pity and to relieve the sufferings of our fellow creatures displays a feeling so generous so much like the great author of our being that almost All men covet the reputation of possessing such a disposition but As they Are in general too selfish to exercise it in reality they Endeavor to counterfeit a similar feeling though in their hearts they Are conscious of not having any just claims to the character. When we compare the Ian Guage of those who Are often expressing their grief at the miscarriage of others with their actual endeavours to mitigate the sufferings they pretend to deplore we at once see that they use the phrase Quot i am sorry Quot either As a matter of course or in the Hope of gaining a cry Dit for sympathy to which they Are by no Means entitled. In proof of this look at that Man who wishes to borrow a sum of Money the Man to whom he applies knowing him to be a bad paymaster determines from the first to deny him but when to applies tells him he is very sorry he cannot accommodate him and As soon As he is gone congratulates himself in so easily escaping from the Prospect of loss by putting his Cas in an unsafe place. In this Case no Man can doubt that instead of feeling sorrow As he said he rejoices that he could not or did not comply with the request. A Man loses his property in consequence of being a surety for a Friend who either through knavery or misfortune fails to perform his engagements. All the neighbourhood Are professedly extremely sorry while at heart they rejoice at the oppo Timit thus afforded them of placing their own foresight in refusing to incur responsibility in contrast with the Plancy of their weak neighbor. It s All a lies they Are not sorry hut glad the disaster happened. When a person is taken sick though All a round profess to be vet sorry not one in ten will do any thing for his Comfort or Relief. Their sorrow ends in words and if asked to afford assistance they say they Are sorry they cannot Render it consistently with a proper attention to their own affairs. Their sorrow is nothing but talk and the Only thing they arc in truth very sorry for is that their Aid is required. Let a Young lady lose the object of her affections or be otherwise unfortunate and 3-Ou will immediately hear All the circumstances trumpeted Forth to the world by those who were either her rivals or her unsuccessful suitors they lose no Opportunity of spreading the report and think to hide their Joy under the slight veil and contemptible subterfuge of saying pm sorry. So it is to rough the world professions of sorrow in most cases Are Mere words and he who thinks they Are More Mil some time or other find himself grievously disappointed. Even some of those who pretend to be guided by the principles of religion show that their words and their practice Are two extremes which can never harmonize As for instance when men profess to be sorry that intemperance is making such fearful ravages among us while they do not themselves abstain from the use of ardent Williams Awn a a Vocale. Cash Wax Tild. All persons indebted to the undersigned for carding and store accounts Are requested to come Forward and Settle the same immediately or otherwise they shall be under the necessity of collecting them. J. Amp a. Draper. Indianapolis february 2,1830. 354 washing Tox Hai Iii near the Centre of the town of m. Saxo him Benbar savr grateful for the very Liberal patronage which has been extended to the above establishment takes this Opportunity to inform his friends and the Public that he has during the past season at considerable expense erected a Large and elegant addition to his House by Means of which he will be enabled 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 company. Horses will be attended to in the Best manner and on moderate terms. He has a convenient pasture lot where they can be let to exercise. Wool carding Macones and machine cards a. C. Brown Job. 37, main Street Cin Canali. Keeps constantly on hand an extensive assortment of machine cards of almost every description either for Cotton or Wool carding warranted of the Best Quality. Also Wool carding machines built on the most approved plans and of the Best workmanship. Likewise a variety of other articles required in the carding and cloth dressing business Viz machine castings Fuller s press screws press plates Fuller s stoves with plates. Dye kettles Jack cards comb plates cleaning Combs card players amp a. Also a general assortment of Dye stuffs. All of which Are offered at reduced prices. Cincinnati january 1830. 353 state of Indiana Green county is. Green circuit court november term 1829. Sarah Johnston 1 is. V petition Fob a divorce. John Johnson. 5 comes now the complainant by Livingston her solicitor and files her said Bill praying a divorce from the said John Johnson her said husband and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the said John Johnson is a non resident of the state of Indiana it is ordered that notice of the Pendency of this suit be published for four weeks successively in the Indiana journal a Public newspaper printed and published in the town of Indianapolis in said state requiring said John Johnson to be and appear before this court on the first Day of the next term thereof then and there to answer the said complainant s Bill or that the matters therein contained will be heard and determined in his absence. A True copy test. Thomas Warrick clerk january 28th,1830. 355 statement of receipts and expenditures of Marion county from the first monday in january a. D. 1829, till first monday in january receipts and payments at the Treasury. Treasurer or. To amount of Money on hand january 1829. §624 69 1-2 to amount received since As balance of Revenue of 1828, 527 93 1-2 to amount received since As part of Revenue of 1829, 320 87 1-2 to amount received since for store tavern and grocery licenses taxes on writs jury fees and strays 313 22 1-2roxise Aua a in a Aii iting the Duel. At the commencement of the last War a Young Man a native of Vermont who had graduated at one of our universities possessing abilities rather above the common order although diffident and retiring in his manners and being without employment resolved to join the army in defence of his country. He a was of a respectable family and had acquired a Large Circle of friends by whose instrument to Iii he obtained a commission. During Hia Leisure hours he indulged in Field sports acid was known to be the Best shot in the neigh bowl Hood. He had often however expressed his Abhorrence of duelling and no one supposed his opinions arose from cowardice but from his ideas of Justice and moral obligation. Soon after he received his commission the corps to which he was attached was ordered to our Northern Frontier and by application to his duties he soon made himself respected As an officer and a gentleman. Owing to his natural Reserve and religious disposition he did not mingle with his brother officers so often As they wished and from some harmless jests at first which were received with indifference on his part they were emboldened to insolence Insomuch that after some time he became the butt of his Fellows. Nevertheless he had obtained the Friendship of Many of the officers especially the surgeon of the regiment whom he highly esteemed. The burgeon who had with some degree of interest the insults which his Friend had received and passed unnoticed spoke to him respecting his forbearance and observed to him that As an officer if he persisted in that kind of conduct he would be considered unfit for the station he held besides making himself the jest and laughing Stock of both officers and men. On which he observed to the surgeon that he should conduct As became a Man on All occasions. He soon found however that the Friendship of him tie most esteemed began to subside the insults of the officers to increase and that he Mut throw up his commis Eion or be branded with the name of Cowbird if he remained in the service. At the next convivial meeting at which nearly All the officers were present after the repast the conversation natura1i p led to those topics on which military men Are most inclined to Converse. The observations became pointed and personal and of their motive no one could doubt. The most conspicuous in his insults was a Young Ensign who was reprimanded by our hero in such sea Ere terms that he took offence and sent him a Challenge without leaving the table. Whereupon his Friend the surgeon told him there was no alternative but to accept and offered his services As a second. He did �0�?the arrangements were made on the spot to meet the following morning. When the parties arrived on the ground it was decided that they should fire together. At the first fire Lieut. G. Fired in the air and the Ball of his antagonist passed him harmless. The Ensign insisted upon a second trial to which Lieut. G. Did not object which terminated As the first excepting a flight flesh wound received by Lieut. G. The. Ensig i still not being satisfied. Demanded one trial More on which Lieut. G. Wose patience was nearly Cha Iii de consented and observed to the parties that be bad fulfilled the Laws of honour to the letter Sua Reipp it for Himi Olf would cot allow Jesse Grace still continues to carry on the above business on Meridian Street a few doors South of Washington Street where the Public can be accommodated with any kind of work in his line of the Best materials and made in the Best style. Persons wishing any Descry Jitian of Windsor chairs settees Cradle settees amp a. Amp a. Can be accommodated by an application. A wanted immediately a Journeyman to the chair inn Kine 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 business. February 11,1830. 355inmanapoiiis 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 writing English grammar geography with the use of maps astronomy and Needle work. Those who wish to Send would do Well to let it be known shortly. The school will be visited monthly by messes. Noble Phipps Merrill Yandes and Douglass. N. B. It is wished that the pupils would commence with the commencement of the session. Indianapolis january 27,1830. In chancery. In chancery. 354 s notice. The undersigned were appointed by the probate court of Shelby county Indiana at the november term of said 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 Cdr. William p. Murphy Sproson dentist respectfully tenders his services to the Public in the various branches of his profession and wishes to inform them that he has permanently settled himself in Indianapolis. He inserts Articia Teeth in the Best possible manner and performs All other opera Titus necessary to preserve diseased Teeth and Gums and certain to preserve them in a Healing state. At present he occupies a room at or. Hawkins inn. Or. W. . Would impress upon the minds of the people generally the Imi Ortance of dentistry More particularly from its Immediato connection with the health and Comfort of Mankind. The doubts that Are by some entertained concerning the necessity or usefulness of the operations on the Teeth on Goa a in an imperfect knowledge of the Case for when seasonably and skilfully performed they Aire Seldom painful and always useful. . He will be always ready to visit any town in Titis state by request from the citizens of said town Indianapolis Jan. 15,1830. 35l Indiana to Wil Hamilton county. Hamilton circuit court october term 1829. Barbara by get is. Michel Brouilette Charlotte Brouilette and others unknown the heirs of John Brouilette dec. J of comes the complainant by Wick her solicitor and files her 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 satisfactorily appearing from an affidavit now made and filed that Charlotte Brouilette and others unknown heirs of the said John Brouilette arc not inhabitants of this state it is ordered that unless they appear on or before the first Day of the next term of this court and answer the complain ant s Bill the same will be taken As confessed and heard in their absence and that a 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 it. Stephenson,. Ii Diana to wit Hamilton county. Hamilton circuit court october term 1829. Charle Ketchum by George Ketchum his father and next Friend is. Michel Brouilette and others unknown heirs of John Brouilette dec. Now comes the complainant by Wick his counsel and it appearing by an affidavit now made that Charlott Brouilette and 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 complainant s Bill that the same will be taken As confessed and heard in their absence and that notice of this order be Given by four successive weekly publications in the Indiana journal previous to the first Day of the next term of this court until which time this cause is continued. Valm ble property for Sazie. The subscriber living in Henry county Kentucky offers for Sale the following valuable lands near Indianapolis Indiana on accommodating terms one Hundred a cres part of the South East Quarter of Section 35, township 16, Range 3 East adjoining the donation with an improvement on it. The whole of the North East Quarter of Section 26, township 16, Range 3 East one mile and a half from the donation. Also the West half of the North West it Quarter of Section 8, township 15, Range 4 East one mile East of the donation and near the National Road. Also one third part of lot no. 7, in Square 59, in the town of Indianapolis. And person wishing to Purchase will it is supposed View the premises. These lands have been carefully selected arc of first rate Quality and conveniently situated. Enquiry can be made of Larvey Gregg Moses Frazee and Samuel Henderson a sirs. Indianapolis who will Shew the property Nike the terms known and make contracts for the same. Robert Smith. Henry co. By. Dec. 30,1829. 350 total receipts it89 731-4 treasurer or. By amount of county orders pro Quot diced and cancelled Lauua ry4,1830, $1029 171-2 by his per cent on receipts and expenditures this year 32 89j 1062 06 1-2 january 4, 1830�?balance in Treasury $724 66 3-4 of the said balance the treasurer reports $497 21 As loaned at interest under the order of the Board leaving in his hands $227 45 3-4 expenditures incurred and allowed. For support of the poor $182 54 1-2 for Road expenses to supervisors viewers amp a. For court House expenses cleaning fuel amp a. During terms of the courts to sheriff for annual allowance and from aug. 26, to nov. 1828, to clerk annual allowance including duplicates of taxes amp a. To assessor to grand jurors to Petit jurors. To associate judges. To bailiffs for election expenses for jail expenses. For Wolf scalps. For appraisement of lots. For repayment of taxes inf proper by assessed on the state ferry. For printing statement of receipts and expenditures of 1828, for the erection of the Pound. For record Book and Public stationary the subscriber has recently Laid off a town on the Road from Edingburgh to Brook Ville in the South part of Shelby county Indiana one mile West of Flat Rock on handsome and he it rated ground. The site of said town is not surpassed in Point of health by any other situation in the Western country it i3 also surrounded by a Good settlement the soil of the Dju cent country is of an excellent Quality and will undoubtedly in a few years afford sustenance to a dense population. The proprietor does not intend offering the lots at Public Sale but will donate lots to mechanics and others on i condition of their becoming actual settlers and making improvements to be a greed upon by the parties. The proprietor also donates ten lots being one fifth part of said town to the citizens thereof the avails of which shall be expended in the support of a school to be disposed of As said citizens deem proper having due regard to the future prospects and welfare of the town. It is presumed the above inducements with others the Small expense of obtaining Good water the abundance of Good building Timber the excellence of the Clay for making Brick in the immediate Vicinity of the town will insured settlement and improvement in a Short time. Benjamin Sanders proprietor. Batavia february 6, 1830. 356-3t. 41 go 8 18 3-4 30 00 70 00 90 62 1-2 112 00 151 50 82 00 58 00 5 00 23 93 3-4 32 00 1 50 33 70 4 00 26 00 adminis tattle s notice All persons indebted to the estate of Johari Newport dec. Late of Jackson town hip Shelby county Indiana will make immediate payment and All persons having Legal claims against said estate will present them legally authenticated according to Law for settlement within one year from this Date. The estate is probably solvent. Samuel Drake adm. January 6, 1830. 356 19 25 to treasurer for his per centum As above. Total expenditures 1001 24 1-2 32 89 $1034 13 1-2 signed Caleb Scudder president of the Board of m. C. Justices. Teste j. , clerk. Sealed. Proposals 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 a. Are ready must be inserted in the Conditi Ltd of the Bond. There Are now seven Cir its 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 j Ackson Washington Lawrence Orange Harrison and Floyd. The third of the counties of Franklin Dearborn Ripley Decatur Switzerland Jefferson 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 Morrison see. Of state. Samuel Merrill treasurer. Morris Morris auditor. February 8, 1830. 355ale of a Xool Lianas in Marion county. I will offer for Sale at Public auction at the court House door in Indianapolis on monday the 19th Day of april next the school Section in township 15, Range 5e. 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 Day. John m. Frazee com. S. L. M. A february 14, 1830. 356 a great a Iraa. The subscriber offers for Sale the Plantation Whereon he now lives containing 8qacres of first rate , lying two Miles South East of Indianapolis. There is Between 25 and 30 acres cleared and in a Good state of improvement 4 acres of Timothy Meadow and an Odiard of Between 55 and 60 Apple Trees of the first Quality of cultivated fruit that will soon begin to Bear. To hts land is watered by a never failing Creek which runs through it. The premises Here offered for Sale will be sold on accommodating terms to suit the purchaser. One third of the Purchase Money will be required in hand and the balance in two instalments of 6 and 18 months acid Possession Given by the loth of april k not sold on or before the 8th Day of March next it will then be offered on the above terms to the highest bidder at the court House in Indianapolis and if not sold at auction will be rented for one year from that time. For fur ther particulars inquire of the subscriber on Tho premises. Joseph Catterlin. February 16th, 1830. 356 ale. Oil of liar Ian 1will offer for Sale at the court House door in Indianapolis on monday the 26th Day of april next the school Section in towns Iii 15 n. Range 2 e. In Marion county Indiana. The division of said Section and the minimum Price affixed by the trustees will be made known on the Day of Sale. Sale Between the hours of 10 o clock a. M. And 4 o Clocar p. M. Of said Day. John m. Frazee com. S. L. Pm. C. February 13, 1830. 356 a a a notice. Liaw Kotlo to. Charles d. Henderson of Harvey Gregg have associated themselves together in the practice of Law in the Morgan circuit court. Business entrusted to their care will secure the joint attend sort of Bothy h. Gregg will attend regularly at the circuit courts and c. D. Henderson will at All times be found at his office in Martinsville when not absent on professional business. Mattra6viue,20th Deer. 1829� 350 Harvey Gregg William p. Bryant have associated themselves together in the practice of Law in the Marion circuit court and in the county of Marion generally in such business As it is necessary to have counsel before justices of the peace. Business entrusted to their care will secure the joint attention of both. One or both of them will constantly be found at their office on Washington Street opposite or. Henderson s tavern when not absent on professional business. Indianapolis 20th Deer. 1829, 360 $200 Reward will be Given for the detection and delivery of William Henry to the sheriff of Spencer county Kentucky he the said Henry having on the evening of the 15th inst committed on the person of Coleman Cain of said county the most outrageous murder that has Ever disgraced civilized Man. The said Henry is Between 25 and 30 years of age about 5 feet 6 inches High quite slender made with Black hair and Blue eyes somewhat sunk in his head. 0 but his most notable Mark is that his fore Teeth Are much decayed scarcely any thing but snags remaining which for a Man of his age a Mark of notoriety. He is fond of whiskey has a Down look when spoken to and his speech is rather soft than otherwise. The above Reward and All reasonable charges will be paid for his delivery As above by us. Nathan Cain Henry Cain Jas. Cain Matthew Cain. January 1830. 356 Mccarty amp Williams wish to contract immediately for a Quantity of hogs Lia Toins of weighing 120 and upwards delivered at their place of receiving in Indianapolis. February,1830. 357 notice a Ven to All persons having claims against the estate of Benjamin Nicholds Send. Late of Delaware county Indiana dec d. To present them within sixty Days from the Date Hereof legally authenticate old for Settle intent. And All persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make immediate payment. The estate is in Elvent. Benjamin Nicholds Adina. February 13,1830 11356 taken up by Henry Drury. Living in Jackson township Bartholomew county Inda. A sorrel horse fifteen hands High about twelve years old shod All round Blaze face one foot Whita to the pastern some White spots appraised to 35 dollars by Jonathan Hampton and John Hampton. A True copy from my stray Book. Saml. Eslick j. P. February 14, 1830. 356liaw to Tibia. 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 Mai Tual consent. Indianapolis sept. 16, 1829. 328tf Tai ii Koti ii. All persons indebted to the subscriber for medical services will please Call and Settle by the 20th of this month either by Cash or note otherwise they will find their accounts in the hands of an officer for collection. We. R. Ross. February 10, 1829. 3.35eitt iiaiix., >z.e, Kentucky. Four niely kept by we. A. Cocke Esq. And known Liv the name of the City hotel Gabriel Collins respectfully inform his friends and the Public that he has taken the above mentioned stand and has fitted it up at considerable expense for the accommodation of those who May favor him with a Call. By strict attention to the Good order of the House and to the Comfort of travellers he Hopes to Merit and receive a share of Public patronage. His table and bar will be furnished with the Best the Market May of. Ford and his Bills will be made As moderate a possible. 356-31. Pihe brigadier general commanding the x 17th brigade of Indiana militia directs that the militia of said brigade be mustered by regiments in the present year on the Dayi Fol lowing to wit the 39th regiment on monday the 4th Day of 40th regiment on wednesday the 6th Day of 52d regiment on Friday the 81h Day of g5th regiment on saturday the 9th Day of Gist regiment on Friday the15th Day of october. Tho brigadier general will circumstances permitting visit the several and will expect the brigade staff to appear in uniform a bid mroland of a Quot Gadier general Yvo Vvs of in ski a Noah Noble a it up de Camp r. February 17lb, 1830. Quot a

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