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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - October 6, 1830, Indianapolis, Indiana The september Forest. Within a Wood May reclined. Upon n Dull september Day and a tend to the hollow wind that Shook the frail leaves from the Spray i thought me of Itsik Kramer Pride and How the Sod was Gerom d with flow is and How the River s azure tide wa3 Over arched with Bowers and How the Small Bird Caroll d any. And lattice work the Sunshine Luttle when last upon a a Mcner Day i stray d beneath that Woodland slide. And now a it was a startling thought and Flash d like lightning o or the mind that Liko the leaves we pass to nought nor parting leave a track behind of Trace the Church Yards Hallow a Mound and As among the tombs be tread. Read on the pedestals around memorials of Tho vanish d dead. They lived like us they breathed like us like us they loved and smiled and wept but soon their hour arriving thus from Earth like leaves were swept. Who living care for them a not one to Earth Are their Dis severed claims to new inheritors have gone their habitations and their names think on our childhood where Are they the beings that be Girt us then the lion death hath Dragg d away by turn the victim to its Den and springing round like Vernal Flowers another race with vigor Burns to Bloom awhile a for years or hours and then to perish in their turns then be this wintry Grove to to an Emblem of our mortal state and from each Lone and leafless tree so withered wild and desolate this moral Lessen let me draw a that of Artelj Means Are vain to Fly great nature s Universal Law and that we nil must come to die. However varied these alone abide the lofty and the less a ,, and a Sculp Lur d Stone a Green grave and forgetful new. A singular. Adventure. Once upon a time a traveller stept into a Post coach Fie was a Young Man just starting in life he found six passengers about him All of them Gray Heafield and extremely aged men. Tho you Trest appeared to have seen at least eighty Winters. Our Young traveller was struck with the mild and singularly hair by As text which All his fellow passengers and Wietor irined to ascertain the a Facret of Lone life and he Art of making old age comfortable. He first addressed the one who was apparently the oldest who told him that to had always led a regular and abstemious life eating vegetables and drinking vote. The Young Man was rather Dauri Ted a at this Inas Fibuch us to liked the Thinius of tins life. He addressed the second who As founded him by saying that he had always ate roast beef and gone to bed regularly huddled for seventy years adding that All depended on regularity. The third had prolonged Liis Days by never seeking or accepting of Bce the fourth by resolutely abstaining from political and religious controversies and the fifth by Goine to bed at Sunset and rising at Dawn. The sixth was apparently much younger than the other five his hair was less Cray and there was More of it a Placid smile denoting a per i Celly easy conscience mantled his face and his voice was Jocund and Strong. They were All surprised to learn that he was by ten years the oldest Man in the coach. Quot How Quot exclaimed our Young traveller Quot How is it thai Yon have thus preserved the freshness of life where there is one wrinkle on your brow there Art fifty on that of each and every one of your juniors Tell me i Pray your secret of Long life it is no great mystery Quot said the old Man a a i have drunk water and wine i have in id the celeb Ralpd physician Quot suppose you have ill your time helped Many a Man into the other Zimmerman turned with a Quick retort Quot not so Many As your the King stared at his Freedom Quot nor Wiki so much Honor to myself Quot happily continued the bowing physician. Religious denominations in England. The London morning chronicle gives the following account of the state of religious denominations in England in England we Are inclined to believe from the information we have received from those who have the Means of knowing the members of the dissenters that admitting All who do not belong to any dissenting congregation to be Church of England men a very Liberal admission As there Are not a few who trouble neither Church nor Chapel with their presence the dissenters Are the majority. Wherever throughout the country there is a Village sufficiently populous to admit of a to Chapel having a Chance of being filled there a dissenting or methodist Chapel is to be seen. In All the towns of five thousand inhabitants the dissenters and methodists Are unquestionably the majority and any one who knows what a proportion of the in Hab Tants of England live in towns May form some idea of the number of dissenters. One sect alone the independents have in England above 2200 congregations. The manufacturing population Are almost to a Man dissenters or methodists. In several of the great counties the late returns exhibit a majority of dissenting chapels and taking one with another the chapels Are much larger in Point of seat room than the churches. A dissenting Clergyman cannot exist without a Large audience. We were assured by a gentleman Phose Especial business it has been for years to make himself acquainted with the state and numbers of the separatists that adding the proportion of children to those who belonged to the respective congregations and including the presbyterians in Scotland the separatists amounted to ten millions. Say however that in England alone they amount to seven millions that would be half of the population proposals Fob. Publishing by subscription a gazetteer and or the state of Indiana. 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 amp a. The descriptions of counties will show their situation time of organization extent Boundary Quality of soil water privileges amount of population number and character of Church is and schools amp a. The descriptions of towns will embrace their location the whole number of inhabitants the number of professional Mefa artists merchants mechanics the Progress of improvement distances from the seat of government and from other important Points their latitude Longitude amp a. The descriptions of Rivers and creeks will be somewhat general showing their source and Confluence size length the face of the country through which they run navigable advantages amp a. 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 Union 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. There will be offered at Public Sale at Danville the county seat of he nor Vicki county Indiana on wednesday october Isth at 1 o clock it being during the term of the circuit Couit bight out lots adjoin King the North Side of the town of Dan Ville containing from 5 to 10 acres each lot having an abundance of Spring and Creck water with Good soil and Timber. A Public Road passes through several lots. Three of the lots Are Well situated for tan Yards being supplied with Good Springs. Dan he is improving fast a Large and neat court House is now in Riding and no doubt it will be a place of considerable business. In addition to Many advantages it is surrounded by a Rich and Fertile country. Terms of fifth Cash Down the balance in equal instalments of six months each which will bring the l a St payment due Ruth october 1832. No Security required. A Bond will be Given and deed executed All the payments Are completed. James l. Givan. Danville sept. 20th, 1u30. 387 Rizii. For Salbo i o cres of first rate land lying 3 of Miles South of Indianapolis on the blur Road. This land will be sold Low for Cash in hand. For terms enquire of he subscriber. Sam l. Henderson. Indianapolis sept. 29,1830. 388_ loan Orrice India atoms september 22,1830. On saturday the 4th Day of december next Between the hours of 10, a. And 4, p. M., there will be sold for Cash in hand at the court House door in Indianapolis the following described lands or to much thereof As will pay the principal and charges against them the South West Quarter of Section 30, in township 9, of Range 2 West in Franklin county also a part of the n. E. Or. Of Sec. 29, town. 9, Range 2, in said county bounded As follows to wit beginning at the s. W. Corner of said Quarter thence n. 5 degrees w. 24 poles to the South Side of front Street in Brookville thence n. 85 Deg. E. 2 poles thence a 5 Deg. W. 6 1-2 poles thence n. 79 Deg. E. 12 poles Hickory tree thence s. 25 Deg. E. 31 Sale of lots in the to Avn of Mooresville Ort the 8lh of october. Mooresville is situated in the Noria Side of Morgan county sixteen Miles from Indianapolis Martinsville and fifteen from Danville the state Road from Greencastle to Green Burgh several other leading roads passes through it. It is surrounded by an extensive tract of land Little if any inferior to any in the tafe which is settling with industrious and wealthy Farmers few places possess More advantages that Mooresville with respect to Mills and Ter Power for machinery being situated Between the East and West Forks of White lick within half a mile of each and but a Short distance above their Junction on which there Are now in successful operation five saw Mills two grist Mills one Fulling Mill and one carding machine and preparations making for other Dia Chinery of different kinds in the neighbourhood of the town. Was Laid out in the fall of 1824, and now contains about two Hundred inhabitants. The site is elevated uni Deoine and pleasant and for health it is surpassed by no place in the Western country. Mechanic and others wishing to make permanent a Ettle Menle Are invited to Call and examine for themselves. To a a a poles thence s. 85 Deg. W. 20 poles to the be every exertion will be used to make the Gina a in a containing three acres and seventy work accurate and interesting being Well a a a Brookville Laid off by Ware that much of its value will depend on the Llen nos. 6 and 5 also Tulve following correctness with which thedes captions Are intact of Larid adjoining said town containing Ven. It will be printed on Good paper with 35 poles beginning at Mill Street to to graphical 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 the delivery of the work. Twenty five per cent on so As to include a stable built by one Titus thence n. 85 1-4 dog. E. 5 poles thence s. 33 1-4 Deg. E. 34 poles and one tenth thence s. 62 Deg w. 29 poles thence s. 25 Deg. E. 21 1-2 poles Clience s. 85 Deg. W. With the line terms of Sale. Twelve months credit the purchaser giving note with approved Security. Corn wheat. Hogs and cattle will be received in payment if delivered. Samuel Moore proprietor. September 15, 1830._388 Kolce. The subscription Price Yili be added to non sub Between Amos Butler and said John Allen 16 a cobers. A a 1-2 noles thence n. 25 Deg. W. 32 poles thence t Douglass amp Maguire. 85 Deg. E. So As to bound on the s. Side of Indianapolis april 19, 1830. By Jug 5 a a a a 25 and 7-Lolh poles thence 0 editors of newspapers m this state Are q w. With Mill Street 32 1-4 poles to requested to give the foregoing prospectus a mortgaged by James Noble few insertions and the favour will be re cipro by �500�?charges $43&Quot,00. Rated when an Opportunity is presented. Also thes. E or. And the e. Half of the n. E. Or. Of Section no. 30, and fractional Sec. No. 29, of town. 6, South of Range 4 West a Piooli i al Aix. The undersigned having removed to Kentucky will dispose of 160 across of Good a Yawp about three Miles from Indianapolis near John Sutherland s saw following is a striking anecdote. The fact occurred on Board his majesty s Sloop Pilot capt. J. T. Nicholas when in contest with la Legore Quot an instance of heroism occurred during that action which has Seldom been surpassed and which is scarcely rivalled by greek or roman valor. The Pilot having her Mai Topsail Yard shot away the people were employed aloft to Send up another and were in the act of reeling a hawser for the purpose when a voice was heard from the Captain s Cabin to which As is usual in brigs the wounded were 8�nt, and through the sky Light of which the mainmast is visible exclaiming a you Are reeling the hawser the wrong Way this proved to be the Case and on looking Down to see who bad detected the mistake at the note meat and Vpege tables i have held Public a a ,0 be John office a i have dabbled in politics and written i ,. A Lel Sious pamphlets i have sometimes gone to a rowers Quarter masters mate who bed at Sunset and Midnight got up at Sunrise was at the moment lying on his Back and at no Oiin but i Ai was paid promptly up the table undergoing the Amruta Rott or . ,.,1 a 1 Nof his thigh his leg having been a Quot a a i a -1. Just before carried away by a round or. Paulding 3 new work the chronicles of in uni 1. I 1 a Gotham contains n Story entitled the "politi-1 1 Man who under such circumstances can think Only of his duty is a hero and whether a common Sailor or an Admiral deserves to have his name placed upon record. John Powers was an irishman about 25 years of age. It was not Likely his conduct should pass unnoticed and on in Spencer county containing 366 acres and 80 hundredths. Mortgaged by Daniel s. Lane for $500�?charges $34,00. ,.,. It. If said land will not sell for As much ready Rill on fall Creek and adjoining Noah As will pay said principal and charges Hood s. He superintendent will buy the same for the i Quot a _ re. I Benefit of the Indiana College and immediate y if possible or at airy time thereafter will sell said Jand 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 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. Samuel Merrill sup. Yandes and Porter who Are authorized to sell said Buckner. The subscribers have just received and offer for Sale 8t the lowest Cinci inti prices without Carriage a Quantity of very Superior Spanish tanned sole leather Philadelphia calf skins skirting harness seating amp a. Amp a. The attention of saddlers and Shoemakers both in town and country is particularly requested. Hotchkiss amp Harrison. N. B. Deer skins will be taken in Exchange for the above or any other articles in their line. H. Amp h. Cian Quot from which the following is extracted. The editor of the Boston courier says that it is a True Bill arid that the hero was to he seen during the last Winter in daily attendance upon Congress. The Secretary was called from his bed Early on cold Winter morning to attend to business of the Quot utmost Coose qut Nee Quot he a queer Long sided Man at least six feet High with a Little Apple head a Long Quieu and a the Captain s representing it he of he he Obj dec of his a Mai Quot Well my Friend what situation do you to it on a Cook s warrant. He was after wish Quot Quot wards in the Drake Sloop of War when Quot Why Yyna not very particular but so j wrecked on the coast How or other i think i should like to be a my it it ,1. 11 i ister. I Don t mean of the gospel but one of of Newfoundland and though with them ministers to foreign i but one leg was among the eleven i m very sorry very sorry indeed there is i a a up of were saved no vacancy just now. Would not something else suit Youl Quot Quot Why by Quot answered the Apple headed 1 Lan would it much care if i took a Situa Cowe Tot s exotic pc. The undersigned collector of the state and county Revenue for Marion county gives notice that the duplicate for the year 1830, is now in his hands and requests an Early attention to the same. 379 j Acob Landis col. C. Marshals Vaval amp Wedi cites Hotchkiss amp Harrison i Espic Fuli inform the citizens of in i Diana kit Lis and Vicinity that they have Afy Friend stroked Quot his Chin and struggling to bring Down the soaring of his tree Quot a Quot a High . To last he answered. Quot Why by Eye is 1 Don t Core if 1 get a a food collector ship or inspector ship or a Pirvey or ship or Navy Agency or any thing of that Tiou in one of the departments i would it much mind being a comptroller or an auditor or some such Quot my Deal sir i m sorry very sorry very sorry indeed but it Happ Nna unfortunately that All these situations arc at pro sent filled. Would Dot you to Kab something else Quot by strict attention and their Long experience in the business they Hope to Merit a share of Public patronage. Physicians in the surrounding country May rest assured that such order As they May see Quot verily my Good or. Phippeny said i to favour them with will be put up at a i regret exceedingly that not Only nil these reason liable prices much lower if an places. But every other place of in heretofore Benfu rushed in this place places but every other place 01 consequence in the government Are at present occupied Pray think of something he then after some hesitation asked for a clerkship and finally the place of messenger to one of the Public offices. Finding no by hero he seemed in vast perplexity and looked All round the room fixing his Eye at length on me and measuring my height from Bend to foot. At last putting on one of the droll est looks that Ever adorned the face of Man he said Quot mister you and i seem to be built pretty much alike hav it you some old clothes you can spare Quot skilful society of princes is Hazar oils to their inferiors from the difficulty of paying them either too Little deference or too much. To flatter without i to appearance of intending to flatter is the delicate Quot Zibo Mercian Quot said Frederick the great sour and warranty Ltd genuine. They have on hand a full Supply of paints oils varnishes and Dye , a Gene ral assortment of Faro Ziy Nasz canes among which Are Bateman s drops Turlington s balms of Godfrey s cordial life British Oil Lee s genuine pills Harlem Oil worm Tea steers ipod Eldon Judkin s ointment Whitwell s liquid do. Volatile aromatic snuff for head ache and Catarrh amp a. Sec. Sic. All of which they intend to sell at reduced prices Choice lands in Marion county for Sale. The following select tracts of land lying in this county purchased at an Early Date Are offered i or Sale by the undersigned for the owners. The Eastern half of Section 21, t. 15, r. 3, on Eagle Creek and near the River being a first rate piece of land of the Best Quality of Bottom unusually Well timbered and embracing a Good Mill seat. There is a Small Clearing and the Mooresville Road runs through this tract. The North East Quarter Sec. 31, t. 16, r. 3, on the Crawfordsville state Road North of and opposite to we. Logan s and Jas. Johnson s places. The main Western Road passes along the South line of this tract which with its soil Timber amp a. Renders it a desirable situation. The North West Quarter Section 1.5, t. 15, r. 4, near the line of the Lawrence Burgh or Michigan Road and near Doyle s tavern being an excellent tract with Good Springs on it forming the sources of bean Creek and Well timbered. The South East Quarter Section 33, t. 16, r. 4, lying North East of John g. Brown s place and not a mile from the National Road. The advantages As to the selection Quality Timber water amp a. On the above tracts arc so Manifest that persons desiring to procure valuable lands in this county will find it to their interest to examine them and they Wim be Shewn by the undersigned. The terms will be extended to suit purchasers where prompt payment cannot conveniently be made. J. Ray agent for Beebee and Winsor. Indianapolis August 10, 1830. 381 Joseppi Draper s Instate. Hts he undersigned did on the first monday of september 1830, take out letters of administration from the probate court of Morgan county ind. On the estate of Joseph Draper dec. Late of said county. All persons having claims against said estate must present them legally authenticated for settlement and those indebted Mast make immediate payment. The estate is solvent. Benjamin Draper r. September 6th, 1830. 386 Kohl in is hereby Given Itiat the undersigned have this Day taken out letters of administration of the estate of Sai Tih Jessup dec. All those indebted to said estate Are requested to come Forwar and make immediate payment and those Hii ving claims Are requested to bring them Forward properly authenticated for settlement. We believe the estate is solvent. Thomas Lockhart John Jessup Hendricks co. Aug. 9th, 1830. He undersigned collector of the state and county Revenue of Morgan county for the present year gives notice Tuat he will expose to Public Sale for taxes at the courthouse door in Martinsville on the second monday in november next Between the hours often o clock a. And 4 p. All the nonresident lands in said county on which taxes Are due and May not have been paid. Sale to continue from Day to Day until All Are sold or offered. We. H. Craig col. C. Septembers 1830. 386 Lemino t. Iii rss grateful for past favors informs his friends and the Public that he still continues to carry on tit above business at Hia old stand a few feet South of Washington Street and one door East of Mccarty s store where the Public can be accommodated with almost every kind of Kavork in Hia line of the Best materials and executed in a Workman like manner. Persons wishing any description of furniture can be accommodated As Low for Cash As at any other shop in to in. September 1st, ig30. 384 cd Hector s notice. Orthe undersigned collector of Testate and 4jl county Revenue of Putnam county for the present year gives notice that he will exp Quot pose to Public Sale for taxes at the court Housa two in Greencastle Putnam county Indiana on the second monday in november next Between the hours of 10 o clock a. And 4-p. M All non resident lands and town lots in said county on which taxes Are due and May not have been paid. Sale to continue from Day to Day until All Are sold or offered for Sale. George Secrst col . September 21st, 1830. 387 attn r. 386 printing of every description neatly and expeditiously done at this office. Bianu deeds Lor Sal. From my my Apolis to Madison and la Vrej Deburgh. It is contemplated to run the stages regularly during the summer and fall from this place to Madison and Lawrence Burgh. The stage leaves this place for Madison on thurs Lay mornings at 4 o clock and for Law Renc Burch of monday mornings at 4 a clock. Passengers will please to leave their names i he night before the stage starts lit the several stage office James Johnson. Taken up by Thomas Wool Len of Centre township Marion county id. On stray Bright Bay Colt two years old last Spring Star in the forehead mane Bangs on the left Side thought to be a Ridge Lin three White few of right fore foot Black fourteen hands High supposed to have been used to the bridle a appraised to 00 by James m Llenin and Henry Holston. A True copy from my stray Book. Henry Bradley j. V. Sept. 10, lf.30. Ir386 s Xot Iee. The nude reigned has taken out letters of administration on the estate of Thomas Chandler dec. Late of Lawrence county Indiana. All persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make payment to me and Thoie having claims against the same will present them properly authenticated for settlement within one year from this Date. The estate is believed to be insolvent. George Sheeks. September 9th, 1930. 386 Admi Strator s in Otic e. He undersigned has taken out letters of administration on the estate of William Wishard dec d. Late of Marion county ind. All persons indebted to Laid estate a ill make payment Tome and those Laving claims against the same will present Beia within one year from this Date properly authenticated for settlement. The estate is solvent John Wishard r. Sept. 9, 1830 386 collector s notice. The undersigned collector of the state and county Revenue for Hancock county gives notice that he will proceed to sell on the second monday in november next at the court House door in said county All lands therein on which the taxes for the years 1829 and 1830, shall not be paid. Sale to commence at 10 o clock on said Day and to continue from Day today until All Are sold. John Foster col. H. C. September 3d, 1830. Quot 385 Toh Saiid i 4 or 500 bushels of August 11, 1030. John Hawkins. Koti ii. 1have this Day taken out letters of administration on the Estette of Rosannah Booher dec. Lato of Shelby county ind. From the clerk s office of the Shelby probate court and notify All persons indebted to said estate to make payment and those having claims will present them Law Fuller proven for settlement. I believe the estate is insolvent and will claim the settlement As such. John Bowier r. A till 5, 1s30 2?.fi a a of Sci tool Xian a in Hancock county ind. He Here will be offered for Sale on the i2th of november next at the court House door in Greenfield the 16th Section in township 15, n. Of Range 4 East. The said Section is equally divided into lots containing forty acres each. The above lots till be sold subject to their inn Brances which will be made known on the Day of Sale. Gosney com. Sept. Lot 1830. 387 Campbell amp Vickes tailors respectfully inform their friends and the Public that they have United themselves As partners in the above business. Their shop is one door West of t. Smith s store. Iii Lector s a notice. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned took ont cittern testamentary with the will Annex Erl on the estate of Duvia w. Mccaslin dec. Late of Johnson county Indiana on the 9th Day of july 1830. All persons indebted to said estate Are Ion Nestil to make immediate payment and those who have demands against said estate will present them legally authenticated an the Law directs. The estate is probably solvent. Newton Mccaslin George , i Jane Mccaslin sex s. A suits. 1830. 384 arrivals amp the part res of the jails to and from Indiana pcs Lis Post office. Arrivals. From Madison in. Sunday evening. From Lori Siville and Elizabethtown by tuesday evening. From Petersburg he in. Saturday6 p. From Terre haute in. Tuesday 4 p. From Mooresville via Union in. Saturday noon. From Winchester in. Friday 8 p. From Dayton o. Wednesdays and saturday 6 p. From Brookville in. Sundays and wednesdays 6 p. From Lawrence Burgh in. Thursday 8 p. Departures. To Madison in. Thursday 6 . To Louisville and Elizabethtown by trl Day mornings. To paler Sbur a in. Monday 6 a. To Terre haute in. Friday 6 a. To Mooresville via Union in. Friday mornings. To Winchester in. Moi play 6 a. To Dayton o. Thursdays and mondays 6 a. To Brookville in. Sunt Foya and thursdays 6 a. To Lawrence Burgh in. Monday 6am Madison mail is a not due until wednesday according to contract but arbitm As above stated. The Louisville and Elizabethtown by. Maila arc Coli erased fam Bedford in Liana

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