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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - November 18, 1837, Indianapolis, Indiana Yol , saturday november 18, 1837. No 805. Published by toe. Terms.�?$2 50 per annul in a it Lance for 52 a Munib Crsp of at 6 monihs�?$3 go at the end of the volume. Noj Japar will be , unless at the option of the a Jub Fishers until Arr oranges Are paid. A invert is Epact occupied by 230 Ems shall be counted a Square not Liing counted less than a Square All Over a Square and less than a Square and m halt Quot 8hall be counted a Square and a half. One Dollar per Square shall be charged for the first three or. Any less number of in serious and Twenty five cents for each addition ii insertion. Advertise iii. P Ili Lilied by tie Quarter or Lon Ltd iii be Chi urged �3 per St Juare Tor three months ��6 for . Months or �10 per annul. Ivler charts druggists and others advertising by tin Quot year will be Cli arged for two squares $ 5 50 or three squares ,�20 Tor a Quarter of a column of Louo tens �$25 for a Tiili of a cd a i inn $35 for Tilroe let iii this of a c Olumn $50 for a column $60 per a Nuin. A of 20 put r cent will be made on Adver to yemenis Lunger i Liana Quarter of p. Column when in sorted half year or year and not allot Quot a Advent Isemena aug lionized by statute must be paid or in Vanhly in Advance. Advertisements coming t rom abroad must be accompanied with the Cash unless ordered for publication by a brother Puli Isliker. The posing a must be paid on All letters to the pal it is Herp or Thev will not be taken out of the Post Olf Ici. As the evening shades darkened around he Felt the bit Dens of age and toil heavy upon him and he desired the pleasant Retreat he had pictured to himself when that Day s pilgrimage should be accomplished. It was not Long before the old Man checked claimed the now abashed preacher springing from the bed flu have had no supper 1 will instantly Call up the family. Why did you not Tell us who you were s opt Slop a my Friend said the Bishop gravely �1 want no supper Here and should not his tired animal at the door of the anxiously eat any if it were got for me. If an old Man toil looked for heaven of rest. A Middle aged woman was at hand to whom he mildly applied for accommodation for himself and horse. I Don t know said she coldly after scrutinizing for some time the appearance of the trav Elei Wlinich was not the most promising that we can Lake you in old Man you seem tired however and i la see if the minister of the worn and weary fainting with travelling through All the Long summer Day was not considered worthy of a meal by this family who profess to have set up the altar of god in their House Bishop George surely is not. He is at Best but a Man and has no claims beyond those of common humanity a night of severer mortification the Young from the Kew monthly Magazine. The fallen leaves. By mrs. Norton. We stand among the fallen leaves Young children at our play and laugh to see the yellow things go rustling on their Way right merrily we Hunt them Down the autumn wind and we nor pause to gaze where snowdrifts lie of sunbeams gild the tree. With dancing feet we leap along where withered boughs Are Strown nor past nor future checks our song the present is our own. We stand among the fallen leaves in youth s enchanted Spring when Hope who wearied at the last first spreads her Eagle Wing. We tread with Steps of conscious strength beneath the leafless Trees and the color kindles on Bur Cheek As blows the Winter Breeze while gazing on the cold Grey sky. Clouded with Snow and rain we Wisla the old year All passed by and the Young Spang come again. We stand among the fallen leaves in manhood mighty prime when first our passing hearts begin to love Quot the Ohlen time Quot and As we gaze we sigh to think How Many a year hath passed since Neath those cold Antl aided Trees our footsteps wandered last and old companions now perchance estranged of Turgot or Dendy come round us As those autumn leaves Are crushed beneath our tread. We stand among the fallen leaves in our own autumn Day and tottering on with feeble Steps pursue our cheers is Way. We him k not backs too Long ago hair All we loved been lost nor Forward Quot Quot or we May not live to see our new Hopes crossed but on we go a the Sun s faint beam a feeble warmth imparts childhood with it its Joy returns the present fills our hearts. Circuit who is Here to night will let you Lodge minister had never experienced. The. Lii Shup Willii Hirn kindly Adino iii hed hit ii Quot and warned him of tie i he Young circuit Prei her soon made his a great necessity there was of his adorning the Doc Yearance consequentially swaggering up to the old Man examined him for some moments inquisitively then asked a few impertinent questions at a finally after adjusting his hair half a Drizen times feeling his smoothly shaven Chin As often consented that the stranger should share his bed for the night and turning upon his Heel entered the House. I he trave or aged and Wenry As he was Dis Trines of Christ by following him sincerely and humbly. Gently but earnestly he endeavoured to win him Back from his wanderings of heart and direct him to Trust More in god and less in his Ower strength. In the morning the Bishop prayed with him Long and i vently before he left the chamber and was glad to see his heart melted into Moniri tion. Soon after the Bishop descended and was mounted and led his faithful animal to the Sta-1 met by the Heads of the family with a thousand ble we cry Quot with his own hands he rubbed him sincere apologies lie mildly silenced Lunn Down Hirn and gave him food and then j and asked to have his Livorse Brou jilt out. The entered the inhospitable mansion where he expected so much kindness. A methodist family resided in the House and As the circuit preacher was to be there that Day great preparations were made to entertain him and a number of the methodist Young ladies of the neighbourhood had been invited so that quite a party met the eyes of the stranger As he entered not one of whom took the slightest notice of him and he wearily sought a vacant chair in the Corner out of direct observation but where he could note All that was going on. And his anxious Eye showed that he was no careless observer of what was transpiring prot my him. The Young minister played his part with All the frivolity and foolishness of a City Beau and nothing like religion escaped his he was chamfering and banding senseless compliments with this Youn Laily and now engaged in trifling repartee with another who was anxious to seem interesting in i eyes. The stranger after an hour during which no refreshments Hail been prepared for him asked to Oes Iown to Liis room to which he retired unnoticed grieved and shocked at the conduct of like family and the minister. Taking from his saddlebags a Well worn Bible he seated himself in a chair and was soon buried in thou rat holy and elevating and had food to eat which those who passed him by in pity and scorn dreamed of. Hour Afier hour passed away and no one cat7e to invite the old worn Down Tavour to Home. A a Quot what so Sweet so Beautiful on Earth and a so rare As Kindred love and family a Quot the Busy world with All the tumult and the stir of life. Pursues its wanted course on pleasure some and some on Commerce and ambition Bent and All on happiness while each one loves one Little spot in which his heart unfolds with nature s holiest feelings one Sweet spot and cals it Home if there is sorrow there it runs though Many bosoms and a smile lights up in eyes around a Kindred smile and if disease intrudes the sufferer finds rest on the breast Livorse was accordingly soon in readiness and the Bishop taking up his Saddle bags was preparing to de Art. But surely. Bishop urged the distressed Matron you will not thus leave us wait a few minutes breakfast is on the table no. Sister a i cannot take breakfast Here. You did not consider a poor toil worn traveller worthy of a meal and your Bijj iop has no claim but such As humanity urges and thus he departed leaving the family and minister in confusion and sorrow. He did not act thus from resentment for such an emotion Dirl not Rise in his heart but he desired to teach them a lesson such As they would not easily forget. Six months after this time the Ohio annual conference met at Cincinnati and the Young preacher was to present himself for orc nation As a and Bishop George was to be the presiding Bishop. On the first Day of the assembling of the con Ference our minister s heart sunk within him As saw Tiri a i it p �rl3 so great was his grief and agitation that he was soon Obi itch to it ave the room. That evening As the Bisl Rop was seated alone in his chamber the Riv. announced and he Reques i Ted to be shown up. J he a grasped the Young Man by the hand with a cordiality which he did not expect for he Icid i made cat Efti Lik iii i Quot fit unit a i had met i Fure a great Chan Irp had been wrong lil partake of the luxurious sapper which was served in him. He was now As Luis Hie mid pions below. J towards Erivn in o clock the minister came up stairs i id Vii a get or prayer hastily threw Civ i Cloi pics and in i be very Middle of a Smail bad we iii to he the resting place of the old Man As Well As if ii file after a while the aged Sira nuer r be up and of partially disrobing himself i Eli Down and for Many i suites in fervent prayer. The nest breathing out of his Sony soon arrested the he w a before self Safti client ind n or Ldla a Intas a fillier Wimilda have in vivid a disobedient Birt repentant child so lid Liis roil in i rec rive his Erri Nii but contrite brother. Tricy Minifield their tears Toire Lher. While the Young or earlier wept As a child even upon the bosom of his spa ital Fader. At that session he was ordained and he is now one of the most pious and useful ministers in the Ohio conference. Attention of the Young preacher who to i reminiscences of Puli tical f Al gome few reproof of conscience for his i i Oky his own neglect of this duty. The in old Man now in 1817 or Rose from his Knees and after slowly undressing Side tial chair himself got into bed or rather upon the Edge of the bed for the Young preacher had taken posses sit n of the Centre and world not Volmir warily move an Inch. In this uncomfortable position the stranger Lay for some time in silence. At length the younger of the two made a r Emark to Monroe took his seat in the Orcas the Suci lessor of or. Madison. On assuming the important office to we iii he had Beer elevated by ail almost unit Dimotis Vole of the people of the United states John Quint y Adams was placed at the head of the department of state we. H. Crawford of the Treasury j. Calhoun the War and b. Or a a kingship a of which the elder replied in a style and manner that proved As these Gen Lemen individually enjoyed from the Philadelphia monthly Magazine. The voice of Winter. 1 come a my breath is on the blast a Wreath of Clouds is o or me and the loveliest Flowers of Earth As i past have Wither d and shrunk before me. I have of mud the Earth in its richest Boorn i come to gather its Pride to the Tomb 1 have found it All with Joy elate 1 come to make it desolate. The leaves of the Trees Are rustling and Gay the Sheen of the rivet is Bright As the Spring i will blow those rust linux leaves away i will Stop the Stream inlets my Ruring i will strip it of its Robe the towering Oak. Its be torn Anil its limbs be broke i will howl through the waste and the wild beasts there at the so my of my voice Liall shrink to their Lair. The Eagle shall close her soaring Wing and seek her nest on the Eyrie High and every songster cease to sing at the sound of my ominous Rushing by Bow to the dust the gayest Flowers. And strip of their Pride the fairest Bowers 1 will clothe the Earth in White As i come the winding Sheet of her wintry Tomb s. G. F. Bishop George amp the Young preacher. By t. Arthur. An aged traveler worn and weary was gently urging on his tired beast just As tie Sun was dropping behind die Range of Hills that Bounds the horizon of that Ricly and picturesque country in the Vicinity of Springfield Ohio. It was a sul try August evening and he had journeyed a Dis Tance of thirty five Miles since morning his Pul ses throbbing under the influences of a burning Sun. At Fairfield he had been hospitably entertained by one who had recognized the Vete an Soldier of the Cross and who had ministered to him for his master s Sake of the benefits him self had received from the hand which feed eth the Young Lions when they Lack and had travel led on refreshed in spirit. But Many a weary mile had he journeyed Over since then and now in evident Surprise conference was in ses had it broken up arrested his attention. On this he Retti oved Over an Inch or two and made More room. How far have you come to Day old gentleman thirty five Miles from where from Springfield a Ini leed you Mist be tired after so Long a journey for one of your age. Yes this poor old body is much worn Down by Long and constant travel and i feel that the journey of to Day has exhausted me Mirch the Young minister Over a Little. You do not belong to apr Nofie a then no. I have no abiding place. A How i have no continuing City. My Home is beyond this Vale of tears another move of the minister. How far have you travelled on your present journey from Philadelphia from Phi Irdelphia the methodist general Sion there a Short time since when you left it adjourned the Day before i started a indeed a moving still farther Over towards the front Side of the bed and allowing the St rangier better accommodations had Bishop George left when you came out yes he started at the same time i did we left in company indeed Here the circuit preacher relinquished a full half of the bed and politely requested the stranger to occupy a larger space. A How did the Bishop look. He is getting quite old and feeble is he not he carries his age tolerably Well. But his labor is a hard one and he begins to show signs of failing strength. He is expected this Way in a week or two. How glad i shall be to shake hands with the old Veteran it of the Cross. But you say you left in company with the Good old Many How far did you come together a we travelled alone for along distance a for travelled alone with the Bishop a yes we have been intimate for years you intimate with Bishop George ,.why not a bless me. Why i did not know that but m a i be so bold As to inquire your name after a idiom put in hesitation the stranger re plied George George not Bishop George a they Call me Bishop George meekly replied the old Man. A Irie Bisl Rop George sex the Confidence of the nation and one or the Navy. These appointments were highly a two of them might be said to be fiorites with lire petiole. Or. Lawford had been the candidate of a Pirr tion of the democratic party for the presidency in opposition to or. Monroe and was still a Romieh candidate for that High station. Or. Calhoun was at that time one of the popular men if not in truth the most popular Man in the u. States. A Lough Yot Uig he had himself As the Able and eloquent advocate of the War with England and the firm and Power fid supporter of the Ai ministration of or. Madison thro the dark and Stormy peril Al of 1812, 13, 14, 15. Or. Crawford and or. Calhoun had in former years resided not far Distant from each other though in Dif Trent Stales and both being distinguished lawyers and advocates ii so happened that they were i sequently retained in the same cause my opposite sides and were thus often brought in collision Al the bar. Whether it we owing u this or some other circus instance we Arrow not but these two gentlemen were Froni the moment the entered Public life though members of the same political parly opposed to Siuth other and we believe both Impi died a rooted hostility which cease d not but with the death a Lew years since of one of them. His unconstitutional and arbitrary acts and experiments. Gen. Jackson was brought Forward As the people s candidate who was too i depend i to owe his election to the presidency to any party whatever he was said to be opposed to All parties and would if elected fill the important wifi Ces of government indiscriminately from All parties Merit being the Only criterion of Choice he was also supported on the ground of his being opposed to he practice of holding the office two terms and was moreover held up As the great Hercules who alone had the courage Independence and ability to cleanse the augean stable of corruption at Washington. The idea of an amalgamation of parties pleased the federalists who had Long ceased to Hope for it wer As a party and they came heartily to the support of the Man from whom alone they had any favors to expect. The glory of the Victory Al new Orleans still radiated from his brow and formed a Halo around his head so Bright and dazzling As to hide his faults from Ordinary eyes he was the hero with the people who had humbled the enemies of the country and was now to heal All those divisions which had distracted the country he was no politician and had no political partisans to provide for but was the Plain Blunt rough honest and incorruptible Soldier w to would serve them not less faithfully at the head of the government than he had Al the head of the army. True t Ere were those who declared that Quot his election to the presidency would prove a curse to tie country Quot but these were Mere editors and politicians and their voice was therefore not Worth listening to. Let it suffice that in several , Tennessee and Pennsylvania especially. General Jackson became a great Favorule with the people and interfered much with the prospects of or. Calhoun a Hose friends in the latter stale to preserve their influence found it necessary to Ai Andon him and fall in with the multitude. Accordingly Al a political meeting held at the slate House in this City on the 18lh february 1824, or. Dallas the then confidential Friend of or. Calhoun to the Pari of himself and other friends of or. C., formally withdrew the latter gentleman from the list of candidates for the presidency gave in his adhesion to the Jackson Parl and subsequently at the Harris Bury fourth of March convention procured the name of or. Calhoun t to placed on the ticket with Gen. Jackson As vice president with the unders adding that the latter would it prep o tri iii and that or. Calhoun Shoi ild then to supported for the Pri Sidi nay by the parly thus lorried. From shut time or. Calhoun attached his fortunes to the car of general Tackson and became his supporter. Whether he considered his Chance of reaching the presidency greater by Alt Iching to one whose popularity and Aii Eady acquired an almost resist , it i it Ira l to Iio d Lilc i office Hill f it a one term than Liy to sustain or. Adani.=? Olio in h reason to suppose would not i70 can tool Wii i i merely serving out the Reni i Iuler of his either s eight years every one Nusl draw his own Eon Clusin i. Or nor univ now big airs us Down to the Winter of 834- 25�?o the election l y the i Dluge of electors of or. It Calhoun a vice president and by the House of representatives of or. As president. I ii vice presidency had in a manner i Een upon or. Cash Man it was i not the Pnat he Souichi a ii it Al of Rudd a kind of honorable Quot retire act Quot f r Himin until Gen. Jackson could serve out his one term and by retiring a gain to the ret Nove All obstacles to the gratification of h a Ashition. Or. Calhoun a Quot greatly disappointed Al the defeat of general Jackson As it postponing the fruition of his ambitions Hopes another four years general Jackson must serve his one term Ere or. Could be brou2 it Forward and advanced to that Seal on which his anxious eyes had been so Long fixed us accordingly the general was Ati noticed a candidate and a comi nation was formed of which John c. Calhoun was the heart soul life and body which avowed its determination to put Down the adminis Alioti of or. Adorns though pure As the Angels which sat on tie throne at the right Quot d of god Quot and this combination filly redeemed the pledge thus Given by atus and charges in exact keeping with their Blash Umnus declaration. Every act of the right or wrong was opposed i was chaired with bargain and corruption of being i Ruilin of the grossest and most Cri Ninal Exi Rava j Fiance and waste of the people s Money and this basest and most no justifiable Uriaus were taker ii to bring upon it the of Linin of the whole country. While or. And ims and or. Clay were tirus held up to Public scorn. General Jackson was represented Lille less than a Demigod. So pure Ami immaculate was he in was declared that Quot if a v in Gie hair of his head knew before hand whom he intended to appoint to Oitice he would Pluck it Oul Quot a he was the theseus who was by his own Sinarle Arm to slay the monster corruption that defiled the Hilt re places he and he alone could bring about Quot Letren Clinent and i firn Quot he ii Edall such improvements As was almost within his grasp general Jackson had at length entered upon his one Ier i which would soon Roll Avay and the next wave would place or. In the Long coveted seat but alas Quot How vain Are All Hopes Here below Quot How false and yet How fair Quot he whose Aid he had so strenuously invoked in the Streat work of Elev Aluir general Jackson to. The presidency and who had come in with his friends at the eleventh hour now stepped Between him and the great object of his desire producing in the most insidious manner Anil by the most Subtle and Jesuit Cal Means a rupture Between the president and vice president he dashed at once the Golden cup filled with the fruition of his Hopes from or. Calhoun s lips and scattered his air built castles to the four winds. The Wiley Little Quot non committal Quot did not enlist in this cause for the Benefit of others self was and Ever has been uppermost and All in All with Hinti. Quot with your permission Quot said he in the most Provo kingly pleasant and courteous manner Quot or. Calhoun a or without it it is All the same our reverend chief whom to have served is glory enough for me and for you too shall serve another term. I am not quite ready yet to take the seat or rather i fear the people Are not quite prepared to sustain me and therefore the hero of new Orleans must not yet be Peri netted to deprive the country of his valuable services he Lias not yet completed his measures nor filled the measure of his country s glory which he will do to the very brim in four years More. In the mean time i will go into a state of ret Iracy to the sequal All Are conversant with. Or. Van Buren now fills tie presidential chair while or. Calhoun has placed himself Quot at an in men Strable distance Quot from that great prize once the prize of statesmanship and Long and faithful Public services but now of political corruption treachery and chicanery. No Man of path Ever appeared More Clear and direct to that object than or. Calhoun s once did a no Man of his age Ever enjoyed a More enviable popularity than he did and had to been Content to pursue a direct in deviating course it would in due time have placed him on the highest Point of political Elevation but Quot his vaulting ambition has o or leaped itself Quot and he is now not Only a disa it pointed but evident y n , discontented Man. We sneak not thus a in Eccl t it wards or. Calhoun for in have for in Enty years been Antong his warm admirers and have viewed his political Abe Alifus More in sorrow of faded Hopes of hearts Wither Irig in the bosoms of the living connected with the decaying scenery around us we would not indulge in a moment s melancholy. The Seton of Powers will come again the streams will sow gracefully and lightly As before the Trees will again toss their cumbrous Load of greenness to the sunlight and by Mossy Stone and winding Rivulet the Young blossoms will Start up As at the bidding of their fairy the human heart has no change like that of has no second blighted in its hour of freshness it wears forever the Mark of the spoiler. The Dews of of Flection May fall acid the gentle rain of sympathy he lavished upon it but the sore Root of blighted feeling will never again a Ken into life nor the crushed Flowers of Hope Blossom with their wonted authenticity of the following p air Sage from Simpson contains an interesting outline of the divine inspiration of the scriptures Quot there Are four grand arguments for the truth of the Bible. The first is the miracles on record. 2d, the prophecies 3d, the goodness of the doctrine 4th, the moral character of the pc Sman. The miracles flow from divine Power the prophecies from divine understanding the Excel Lence of the doctrine from divine goodness and the moral character of the Penman from divine purity. Thus christianity is built upon these. Four immovable pillars the Power the Nirider standing the goodness and the purity it it of god. The Bible must be the invention of Good men of Angels for they neither would nor could make a Book and Tell lies All the time they were writing it saying Quot thus Saith the lord Quot when it was their own invention. It could not be the invention of bad men or Delfis for they would not make a Book which come hands duty forbids All sin and condemns their souls to All eternity i therefore draw this conclusion the Bible must be Given by divine inspiration. From the Chillicothe Ohio. Gazelle. Great cattle Price a ctr seventeen head improved Short. Horned cattle belonging to the Ohio company being mostly of this year s importation and the produce of others took place at the sugar Grote in this town Oil Tiff Quay attendance Quot Vas Nui Nereus comprising a larger number of actual bidders than the previous sales. Among the individuals present who Are pre Emine it utly noted for their agricultural Enterprise were govern Ihan in anger with More of the regret of a Friend or Vance sex governor Trimble the messes. Than the. Exp Lvalion of an Ken Hora use we deem important to the Young and believe it contains a j country. The bidding was consequently very lesson from Ali iii if rend Arig it Many it Iti a spirited and the prices of lined for the cattle Riott prot indie inferences. Com. Herald and a. Stind. An enemy we have Spo-1 Renick or. Sullivant and indeed nearly All of the Lii Story we have Given i the Large Farmers of this Valley and the adjacent and believe it contains a countr. The bidding was consequently very l Ile p trading in Cincinnati Gaz Pla Luty Ilia tie kind of Stock St old is rapidly ail dancing in Public Esti Alioa. By the Tor it. Rai now in a Lii a from the Anc Pioneer s Book our Breth Henlly i Oil 13 now to urls one years U. 1,. A i 1 a a Renol the i Ress will discover that the cattle enu s Kcf Uio i Ismini wished civilian name ,. 1 a 1 1 1 1 .1quot i a .1 v 1 Ine raied were even More highly valued than those Heads this pm a the National. Onn cts. I. 180g, he entered the Ycmat of the j United Ana Suire a a Peri no Eisner As. Senator or his Sei sifuents upon every great question of National policy have been i before the country. His i of in l views As a a a a a a i i Olumi us.-@2.500 Sial Oshinn Patno usin and e of quince have i. A a of guv constantly added la in reputation at Home and abroad. I igl or. Is he , in All the great de i Bales it iii Eai contests which have Succes Sullivan a a a 2,500 Fis p sively occupied Ami agitated the National legislature his supremacy As Quot lord of the has been at every successive Onset the More conspicuous and unquestioned. In those Ile batiks always animated often angry and some Iiames tumultuous he has Ever stood unshaken in the cause of his country and the people. Through All the revolutions if politics thro All the phases of rising and Selling of waxing and waning statesmen to has been the same. His step has been even Onward. Nothing has ares Ted nothing impeded it. Vav Hal if his country main seduced by the Glare of military glory listened to vile calumnies on his name Atul for a mome it seemed in withdraw from him the Leglu of their countenance he Only strive the harder to show the nation that to Lough he could nol Quot command Success Quot yet How richly he deserved Quot it. Oiler and More splendid exertions he imy yet make but none can add Lustre to t be Palm he has Al Roidy won. To Public Man of the Day can i found whose life As a whole has surpassed i. In Demon Quot to tons of Rin deviating patriotism or whose Al Ilion for Liis coi try and its institutions has been More enthusiastic acid unabated. These remarks have been Elie tied let a an atle live perusal of or. Clay s great the sub Treasury scheme of or. Van Raleigh n. A Register. 700 45s 500 42-�o bulls. Acmon 3 years 8 months m. L co., Columbus. Cornet Ilal by 5 years George Renick amp co., Chillicothe Hazlewood 1 year 6 months Allen Trimble and r. R. Seymour bouncer 1 year 7 months John Walke county Ohio Powhatan 4 years and 19 Days harness Renick Pickaway county Ohio Santa Anna 3 months 21 Days Joseph c. Vance Ohio county a. Cows. Flora 7 years 6 Montha m. , Culumbus Matilda 6 Yucai s 0 Moi Lis Allen Trimble Highland county Ohio Fidelia 7 months 18 Days Allen Tiqua be. Highland county Ohio Elizabeth and calf 5 years j. And , Champaign county Ohio Charlotte 4 years 7 months Joseph g. White Ross county Ohio Arabella and calf 3 years 7 months Arthur Walts Chillicothe l200 Blush 2 years 9 months John u. James. Champaign county Ohio. I,015 Emily 2 years 8 months Shanel Renick Pickaway county Ohio ,. 875 Victorese i year 9 months m. L. Sulivan Columbus 700 1,300 1,220 610 �,4� f 630 official Vigil Ivancev the following instance of official vigilance is referred to by or. Bayard Iti his late speech lat Ift Senate. Quot there is one Case amongst Tiff Csc which i can i not hirer to pass without More a avuncular police was that was u Pul a Stop to the appointment of a curious iealure4n the the members o Congress to Oitice a practice which of Oili Cial vigilance. In is that of Francis p. Lip avowed and with Proal truth More than an from the time or. Adams the Soltice other compromised the Index Nul Eneo of that Hoof Secretary of state he was considered a , and or Dan it feed the liberties of Lite country a Date for president to succeed or. Monroe after and he it was that was to set the a ample to All he had served his eight years and As he belonged j future pre silents of holding the office for but one to the democratic parly it was understood that term thereby removing All Induc ement to official his claims would be sustained by or. Calhoun corruption with the View of securing a re Clicc and his friends in opposition to those of or. Crawford. For some years this was the Case. In the meantime or. s name being brought Forward As a candidate or. Calhoun or his friends deemed it advisable to put Forward his claims rather we presume with the View of being spoken and thought of As a candidate and of preparing the minds of the people to sustain him at a future period than with any serious intention of taking the Field during that Lieut and contesting Fol the prize. In was still understood by his friends at least that he would defer to and support or Adams being satisfied to come into a serious contest for the presidency whim Quot that Igil Blair edit or of i to Gloslie who was the surety of Samuel b. Crocket of i Vank fori Kentucky. The balance from Crocket on the first of april 1822, was 8,333 54, and the for a tvs ii tiny in is appended to the Case i Quot suit ordered and judge Neil obtained a i 1824, for 81,837 01 credited by 431 47 Pou tion. At alone de him remounted which Mav he called Quot a Stool of non a a a Vas sought by the department Fida comm Tai ret Iracy Aud a r two years Ali the the parties november 30, 1835 referred to the District Altor Noy dec Ether 30, 18s5 Al or. Van Congress for the consideration of Quot grave and weighty Toliese Quot grave and weighty mailers Quot have been. Disposed of and How. By lobbing the people of nearly of dollars. By issuing ten millions of government Shin plasters. A a. B paying eight dollars a Day to congressmen in Gold and Silver and eight to dollars a month to labourers in rags by attempting to invent a sub Treasury scheme by which i a. Spies of government Are to be stationed All Over the land. By legislating exclusively of a or the government and the Wiliie Holder six and against the people and the country these Are or. Van Buren s Quot grave and weighty Reader what do you think of them allow do you like them a Hagerstown Torch Ghl persuasion of those who look their Cue from tie master spirit Lif the combination Quot ill. Calhoun could not induce him to from this Quot and ions at length however finding or. Adams somewhat too Blind to his Many Virtues and , and Luil the Chai cos were much in favor of the election of general Jackson or. Van Buren Samedov a from his Quot non commillar Quot great and Good Man Quot As or. J. Called him seat tid joined Quot the combination Quot in a Speer. On should have enjoyed the Oitice the a Ual to off the celeb rated Panama question eight years. But about this Lime Atli other and a very unexpected candidate was brought Forward at first to excite ridicule but eventually strip some who scarcely looked upon h Val or his pretentious to the Oitice Worth Ous thought. This was no less a personal Ltd once committed he and or. Calhoun cd tried Ihei various Powers so Elf eco rally thai general Jackson was Gen. Jackson who was no less astonished at his own nomination and the a serious intention of any portion of the people of the United states to support him than were thousands of those patriotic gentlemen who have since sustained him in Rel ments to be Novoni polished by National Means and had subsequently Quot through his friends do not no so vote a him february 13, 8s7.&Quot a so that it seems or. President hero is a Case originating in 1822, More than fifteen years ago �1 u High judgment was ii trained More Ihan thir teen a Emfs age. And we Are gravely Vidd that on the 30lh november 1835, the department was seeking inform Tiou Relativo to the parties when on of Liose Partis Francis p. Blair tie surety was living under the very Eye of inti govern Meni in habits of daily social and political inner Courso with the pres ii ent and the head of. The de thousands of Dou Arsi As i f represent Alivs Anil the Depar Zinent could Noti soc Hin Illings to aver feed potatoes Quot to. Stock without boiling or Stea Nhing As this is a a in a sing their nutritive ? or to w a we i urn , Linson now a .��0 Vurcy Beautiful Surmer is Stone has hts in ome withered and do a a in i i a Etc i arc no associations erf it toil a to Bushel flax seed ground with eight Bushel of Oats is Fetter adv horses in fix sixteen bushels of Oats be and will effectually destroy the bolls. N or barn All dry Wood in your fire place nor us a fire place when you a Quot an ret a Stevo. Dut your Trees for rails in feb diary As they off it most durable. A Nevet Dew rot your flax unless Yott we Sli to a order it worthless. \ it never select your seed Corn from the crib but no the stalk. A Ever select your bust potatoes a iii Plant the fuse. Nor sell your beit sheep in keep the &Quot>re8i. Fat of ii Worth Ift or this a poor horse via los not eat As Quot much Klught for a Csc Money he Rae in Liat Aro be Quot min Tollers Rake and Chimin t Wagon Tihle a it a &Quot.4l j i k a a Quot i or ,

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