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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - October 27, 1830, Indianapolis, Indiana From the new monthly Magazine. The treasures of the Earth. What Are the vain Eccl treasures of the Earth tic pomp of glittering gems of Gold and land fair palaces that Echo Festal mirth pageants of Pride an kneeling Vassal bands the Eye May Rove those dazzling phantoms o or. But the heart asks for More. What better gifts has Earth the Crown of Bays. Warrior and minstrel fondly woo d. Friendship s kind smile the social Circle s Praise love s fond cares the tear of gratitude ? these Are More dear than All that wealth can pour yet the heart asks for More it asks a land where dreams of Bliss deceive not where hearts and feelings Are not bought and sold where envy shafts of dear won Fame Bereave not where love is never Falie nor Friendship cold and where the spirit to pure Joys Amy sour nor feel a wish for More. Tipiere is that land there let the Christian Render the homage of his heart his lips his eyes and turn from this false world s deceitful splendor its hollow glad Nesses and faithless tie Quot to seek those heavenly treasures whose Bright store endures forever More i tie in this Vicinity of late May to imagined when we state that it has been sufficient to Hatch eggs left exposed and uncovered. An extraordinary occurrence of this kind at any rate took place in this town last week. Some eggs bought in Market were placed in a closet in an open pan and left without particular notice for five Days when attention was attracted to them the cries of a Young Chicken just emerging from the Shell. The Motherless animal was taken care of and is still living Strong and Active. The memory of the dead. How soon forgotten when they re gone. The friends Olio blessed our Early Day and from our pathway one one. They darkly drop away. A burst of grief a starting tears the tribute of a passing sight the transient sorrows Ofa year we give to those who die. And when at length upon our lips their once loved names Are heard no More How Oft cur Day dreams to eclipse doth memory them restore not Oft to Cloud an hour of mirth of them awakes the Mournful thought for perished from the tilings of Earth the dead must be forgot. singing Woods and wailing streams at times perchance their Shade will Rise around us Neath the dying gleams of sad and s Ansot skies or when the spoilt Rod night Mccal the past and in Emory s Ray Illume the phantom Ian i o or we iii it fall. Like Moonlight Over tombs. But still tie sorrow for the dead grows faint and i Winter Day Day and into deep and deeper Shade their memory melts away. And All whom Fame s recording hand u on her Page hath not made known shall pass into the silent land forgotten alien they re gone. Jom . Foster a a amp a respect Billy informs tie Public that he has permanently located himself in this place and intends carrying on the above business together with that of watches and clocks repaired him will be done As neat and warranted to perform As Well As those repaired in Cincinnati or Louisville and at the same prices. Watches sent to him from a distance to be repaired will be punctually attended to and forwarded the first Safe conveyance. He intends keeping constantly on hand an assortment of jewelry and silverware which will be disposed of cheap for Cash. Indianapolis october 13, 1830. 390 c a. Re it a Imit no t. Siuss grateful for past favors informs Bis friends and the Public that he still continues to carry on the above business at his 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 work in his 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 town. September 1st, 1830. 384 drugs medicines. Hoti kiss and from ind Laj polls to Madison and Lawrence Burgh. It is contemplated to run the stages regularly during the summer and fall from this place to Madison and Lawrenceburg Jyh. The stage leaves this place for Madison on thursday mornings at 4 o clock and for Lav Fence Burgh on monday mornings at 4 o clock. Passengers will please to leave their names a he a Ifft before the stage starts at the several St e offices. J Ames Johnson. _ proposals for publishing sul inscription a gazetteer Anli map of the state of Indiana. A having purchased the copy right of or. What a vast difference there is Between French and Engliski parliamentary Eloi Junce the Frenchman expresses briefly his thoughts while the englishman labors to make a display of his sentiments. He divides and subdivides Liis subject into a Hundred parts and illustrates every part Soine classical historical or of ular allusion when the French orator has expressed his sentiments to yields the floor willingly to another debater but an English or an american statesman hairs to his subject until he entirely exp Avitts the patience of his auditors. Take for example the Beautiful Manly and comprehensive speech of the Duke of Fitzjames occupying about tie half Ofa of limn an Eui Lishman would have extended it to twelve co hunks at least in the morning courier. Our state risen have from some cause imbibed he opinion that Uliey Are heard their much talking that the Merit of a a each is to be a of a tanned its Longti the nud Iber of ii ours it consumed in tie delivery of it or the no Nib r of columns it 1111s in newspaper. In France a Uhlric speaker labors Only to convince be expresses his sentiments boldly freely and briefly. The making of Long speeches is an evil in both English and american lick isolation it is also an evil at our bar. Some gentlemen think they cannot do Timeir clients Justice in a speech Short of six or eight hours during which time they will riot repeat the same thought More than a dozen times they for sit the Hud Brastic rules Brevity is Good whet Lier we Are or Are not understood. Providence property fou Sadie a. Will be sold on the premises at 2 o clock on wednesday he 20th inst., to the highest bid it in a credit of six months with approved Security lot no. 7, in Square no. 6 5, ill the town of Indianapolis which lot has a convenient dwelling House and Good Well on if and is enclosed i Quot h a substantial Post and rail Fence and occupied at present Jesse Draper. October 2, 1830. 389state of Indiana Allen county probate court sept. Term a. U. 1830. Samuel Hanna executor of Abra-"1 Ham Burnett deceased petition is. To sell James Burnett Rebecca Burnett real is John Davis a Nancy his wife j Tate. Late Nancy Burnett. J of on this Day to wit on the first Day of the Allen county probate court comes hero into open Couit Samuel Hanna executor of Abraham Burnett deceased and files Here in open court an appraisement of the real estate of said deceased and suggests to the court now Here that the personal estate of said Doc cased is not sufficient to pay the debts of said deceased and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court that James Burnett and it Becca Burnett Are not residents of the state of Juiliana it is therefore ordered the court that the executor aforesaid cause notice of Tho pending of this petition to be Given a publication in the Indiana journal a newspaper published in Liidi Anapolis Indiana for four weeks successive before the next term of this court commanding them to appear Here on the first Day of the next term of this court to answer the matters and things al Ledger in said petition or a decree will be made in their absence against them a copy test Robert Hood clerk. September 8,1830. 389 Harrison respectfully inform the citizens of in. Dian Polis and Vicinity that they have established themselves permanently in the a Bovo business on Washingston Street immediately opposite Tho Washiington Hall where strict attention and their Long experience in the business they Hope to Merit a share of Public patronage. Physicians in the Surio finding country May rest assured that such orders As they May see proper to favour Thom with will to put up at fair and reasonable prices much Imper than thai have pc Reloford been furnished in this place., and warrant etl genuine. They have on hand u full Supply of paints oils Varini ships and Dye a general ass rom it of Mem ivus Amog which Are baseman s Drovis Godfrey s cordial British Oil Oil steers ipod Eldon Turlington s bal sum of life Lee s genuine pills worm Tea Judkin s ointment re Sitwell s liquid do. Volatile aromatic Sun floor head ache and Catarrh amp a. See. Sec. All of which the intend to sell at reduced prices Kotlic i have this Day taken out letters of administration on the estate of Rosannah Booher dec. Late 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 lawfully proven for settlement. I believe the estate is insolvent and will claim the settlement As such. John Booher r. July 5, 1830. 386ljo\\�,ictoi s Kotite. The Undi Tai Gnu id of sector of the state Antl county Revenue of Montgomery co., for the present year gives noting that he will expose to it Public Sale for taxes at the court House in Crawfordsville in 8aul county on he 2d monday in november next Between the hours of 10 o clock a. M.,and 4 o clock p. M., All non resident lands and town lots in said county on which taxes Are due and May i main unpaid. Sale to continue from Day to Day until All Are sold or offered for Sale. D. Vance col. . September 26, 1830. 389 a a ministral of s Otice. Rilke undersigned has taken out letters of x. Administration on the estate of William Wishard dec d. Into of Marion county ind. All persons indebted to said estate will make payment to me and Liose having claims a against the same will present the within one year from this Date properly authenticated for settlement. The Estife is solvent John Wishard r. Sept. 9, 1830. 38g Scott s Indiana gazetteer Quot we propose to publish As Early As practicable a gazetteer of the state which will be on the usual plan of works of this kind and will embrace among other things a description of the counties towns lakes Rivers creeks roads sic. The descriptions of counties will show their situation time of organization extent Boundary Quality of soil water privileges amount of population number and character of churches and schools a pc. The descriptions of towns will embrace their location the whole number of inhabitants the number of professional men artists merchants mechanics the Progress of improvement distances from the seat of government and from other important Points their latitude Longitude a acc. 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 Sec. 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 Aud 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 developing in some measure the vast resources of the state her Randly increasing population and her natural advantages. Accompanying and attached to the gazetteer will be a map of the state on a Small scale but Sulyic gently Large to contain every thing of importance which can be found in maps of a larger size. The map shall be executed with the greatest possible accuracy. Every exertion will be used to make the work accurate and interesting being Well a War that much of its value will depend on the correctness with which the descriptions Are Given. It will he printed on Good paper with typographical neatness and accuracy and will contain about 200 pages duo Decimo with substantial binding. Tho Price to subscribers will be one Dom a per copy payable on the delivery of the work. Twenty five per cent on the subscription Price will be added to non subscribers. Douglass amp Maguire. Indianapolis april 1�, 1830. A editors of newspapers in this state Are requested to give the foregoing prospects a few insertions and the favour will be reciprocated when an Opportunity is office , 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 Finouse door in Indianapolis the following described lands or so much thereof As will pay the principal and changes against them the South West Quarter of Section 30, in township 9, of Range 2 West in Franklin county also a part of Tho n. E. Or of see. 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 n. 5 Deg. W. 6 1-2 poles thence n. 79 Deg. A 12 poles to a Hickory tree thence s. 25 Deg. E. 31 poles thence s. 85 Deg. W. 20 poles to the beginning containing three acres Aud seventy poles also in lots in Brookville Laid Oil John Allen nos. 6 and 5 also the following tract of land adjoining said town containing six acres and 85 poles beginning at a Jill it ret so As to include in stable built one Titus thence n. 85 1-4 Deg. E. 5 poles thence s. 3a 1-4 Deg. E. 34 poles and one tenth thence s. 62 drug. W. 29 poles thence s. 25 Deg. E. 2� 1-2 poles thence 6. 05 Deg. W. With the line Between Amos Butler Aud said John Alun it i -2 poles thence n. 25 Deg. W. 32 poles the cd. N 85 Deg. E. So As to bound on the s. Side of lots nos. 5 and 6,25 and 7-Iolh poles thence n. C Deg. W. With Mill Street 32 1-4 poles to the beginning. Mortgaged James Noble for $500�?char2es $43,00. Also the s. E. Or. And the e. Half of he n. E. Or. Of Section no. 30, and fractional Bee. No. 29, of town. 6, South of Range 4 West it Spencer county containing 366 acts and 80 hundredths. Wort greed Daniel s. Lane for $500�?charges $34,00. It said land will not sell for is much ready Money As will pay said principal and charges he superintend edit will buy the Samo for the Benefit of the Indiana College and immediately if possible or at any time thereafter will sell said land to fhe highest bidder the bid being equal to the amount due on a Cre lit of five years the interest to be paid annually in id Vance and Tui land to forfeit immediately if said principal or interest or either of thecia shall not be punctually paid according to the terms of such Sale. Samuel Merrill sup. Oryx he undersigned collector of thai state and county Revenue of Putnam county for the present year gives notice hat he will expose to Public Alt for axes at the court House door in Greencastle Putnam county Indiana on the second monday in november next Between the hours of 10 u cock a. And 4 p. All Ron resident lands and to in lots in said county on which Taxa Are due and May no have been paid. Sale to continue from Lay to Day until All arc sold or offered for Sale. George Sec rest col . September 21st, 1830 387 the two Farmers who were neighbors had their crops of Early peas killed Tho Frost. One of them came to condole with the other on that in misfortune. Quot a Quot cried he Quot How unfortunate we have been neighbor i have done nothing but fret Ever since. But bless to you seem to have a Fine healthy crop coming up just now what Are these Quot Quot these said the other Why these Are what i sowed immediately after Quot what coming up already Quot cried the free Ter. Quot yes while you were fretting i was a working Quot Quot what and Don t you fret when you Haw a loss Quot Quot yes but i always put it off until i have repaid the Quot Why then you have no need to from at Quot True Quot Rop Liefl the industrious Gardner Quot and that s Tho very reason in truth it i very pleasant to have no longer reasons to think of misfortunes and it is astonishing How Many might Here paired a Little alacrity and a Damper a a to Tang Man from the country lately volunteered his services to Gallant a Young lady Home from a party. On the Way he Cudjo led his for some interesting topic of conversation to amuse her with but in vain he could hit on nothing till they met with several cows when the Swain said with much simplicity of manner Quot now is it it strange what a Motherly appearance a cow has a Quot to which the lady replied Quot i do not it at All strange sir that a cow should have a Motherly appearance to a the Beau was silent during the rest of the walk. French following compliment was lately paid a parisian dentist to a lady. He had made several ineffectual attempts to draw out her decayed tooth and finding at last that he must give it up he apologized saying Quot the fact is Madam it is impossible for any thing bad to come out of your a lawyer s , i am desired to apply to you for $20 due to client or Jones if you Send me the Money this Day week you a ill oblige me if not i will Oil be you. Spontaneous whig says a the Cytira Ordinary heat of i Joist of lift toys Post at Edinburgh hid on the last Day of september 1830, which if not taken of he last Day of december will be sent to the general Post office As dead letters. s Xot Iee. I Quot he nude reigned has Akron out letters of al administration on he estate of Thoi Chandler dec. Late of Lawince county Indiana. All persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make payment to me and those having claims again Quot he same will present them properly authenticated for settlement within one year Fiora his Date. The estate is believed to be insolvent. George Sheeks. September 9th, 1930. 386 taken up James lash o Franklin township. Johnson co ind. A Light Gray Mare supposed to to eleven or twelve years old fifteen hands High had to a so on a Small hell when Ken of no Marks or brands perceive Ibler appraised to thirty Dollar ? b William Shaffer and Jefferson d. Jones on the�4th Day of june 1830. I of Ortity he above to be a True copy from stray Book. George a. King j. P. September 29, j830. 1f388 the undersigned collector of he state and county Revenue for Hancock county gives notice hat he will proceed to sell on he second monday in november next at he Tourt House door in said county All lands therein on which he axes for the years 1829 and 1830, shall not be paid. Sale o Cora Niece a 10 o clock on said Day and to continue from Day to Day until All Are sold. John Foster col h. C. September 3d, 1830. 385 a Good a Aix. Firine undersigned having removed to Ken a Tucky will dispose of Igo of Good 3ialinabout tl<1>ee Miles from Indiana Ioli i year John Sutherland s saw Mill on fall Creek and adjoining Noah flood s. Persons wishing to Purchase will Call on Yandes and Porter who Are authorized to sell said land. Georg e Buckner. B Bishop Stephen c Campbell John g Givens George Hill George Hendron Oliver j Jones Rice l Lent Edw. 389 m Murphy Zabrion or James Connor matzies John s. Mulli Biu Harvy Morgan William p Park Thomas Patterson David l. S Speaks Thos. W Williams Thomas h. Winchester Terril Gavin Mitchell p. Ijo Ector s Votice. Rilke undersigned. Collector of the state al and county Revenue for Hamilton county gives notice that to will proceed to sell at the court House in the town of Noblesville in said county on he second monday in november next on which he taxes Are not paid for the year 1830. Sale to commence at ten o clock a. And continue from Day to Day until All Are sold. Peter Wise c. N. C. October 1830. 1f38i taken up Matthew Kirk Engdall living in Delaware township Hamilton county. Ind. To strays on ho29th of sept. 1830. One is a yellow sorrel Mare about 15 hands High shod Boote has a Brown Streak along her Back a Star in her forehead and a snip has a Bill Hung on with a platted Tow string supposed to be 13 or 14 yours old appraised to sixteen Dohi irs the other a sorrel horse Colt one year old last Spring with a Star in his forehead appraised to twelve dollars Israel Jackson and Absalom Hacker on the 7th of oct. I certify the above to to a True copy from stray Book. C9l Eli Heaton j. T. C k Otic it. Notice is hereby Given to All whom it May concern that i shall on the second monday in november next commence Selling at the court housed or of the county of Perry All and singular the lands and town lots on which the state and county taxes May be then due and unpaid Foi the 1829 and 1830 and such Sale will be continued from Day to Day Between the hours of nine o clock in the Forenoon and four o clock in Tho afternoon of each Day until All Are offered for Sale. Ansel Hyde c. R. C. Rogacz sept. 14, 1830. 388 it he undersigned collector of Tho state al and county Revenue of Morgan county for the present year gives notice that 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. September 8,1830. 386 Quot he subscribers have just received and offer for Sale it he lowest Cincinnati prices i without carriage., a Quantity of very Superior Spanish tanned sole leather Philadelphia calf skins Skirling 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 wow to taken in Exchange for Tho above or any other articles in their line. H. Amp al of Cvito Sta Ilasin Lincock county ind. A a Sheue will be offered for Sale of the 12iii of Nott Niber next at the court House door in Greenfield the 16lh Sec ii iii township 15, n. Of Range 4 was. The Jaid Section is equally divided into lots containing Lurty acres each. The above lots will be sold subject to their encumbrances which will to made known on he Day of Sale. Gosney com. Sept. 10th, 1830. 387for Sale in acres of first rate land Jyh a lying 3 Miles South of Indianapolis on the Bluff Road. This land will be sold Low for Cash in hand. For terms enquire of the subscriber. Sam l. Henderson. Indianapolis sept. 29, 1830. 388a Otist of i uelies. The following letters Are now lying in the Post office at Covington Indiana and if not taken out the first of january Wil be subject to the usage of dead letters. Butterfield Nathaniel Meek David Morrow Wra. Mccombs we. Mcpheeters we. C no Buker Georgo Osborn Uriah Osborn Daniel Provo Samuel 2 Patterson p. H. Pile . Reynolds l. J. Reynolds Edward Reynolds Bartemus Sharp Samuel Sale of Cool Lianas in Johnson county ind. I will offer for Sale at the court House door in Franklin on monday the 6th Day of december next the school Section in township no. 11, Range 5. The division of said Section and the minimum prices affixed the trustees will be made known on the Day of Sale. Siulc Between the hours of to o clock a. And 4 o clock p. A of said Day. Pierson Murphey a. S. L. Oct. 71 a 1830. 390choice islands in Marion county for Sale. Off he following select tracts of land lying al in this county purchased at an Early Date Are offered fur Sale Tho undersigned for the own is. The Eastern half of Section 21, t. 15, r. 3, on Eagle Creek and near the River being a first rate piece of Laud of the Best Quality of Bottom unusually Well timbered and embracing a Good Mill seat. There is a Small Clearing and the Mooresville Road fun through this 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 Mam Western Road passes along the South line of this tract which with its soil Timber sic. Renders it a desirable North West Quarter Section 15, t. 15, r. 4, near the line of the Lawrence Bur a 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 Aud not a mile from the National Road. Tho advantages As to Tho selection Quality Timber water amp a. On to above Tracis Are so Manifest that persons desiring to procure value ibo lands in this county will find it to their interest to examine them and they will be Shewn the undersigned. The terms will be extended to suit Purcha Sers where prompt payment cannot conveniently be made. J. Ray agent for Beebee and Winsor. Indianapolis August 10, 1830. 381 taken up William d. Roo Kero Washington township Marion county a Brown Bay horse Colt three years old last Spring a Sqq All Star in his forehead appraised at 20 00 we. P. Carpenter and Peter Brown. A True copy. Obed foot j. Of oct. Bell David Burgin James Bynum we Bailey Burton 2 Button Jesse Bilsland we. Blue we. Curtis James Crothers we. Cove Haven Thomas Frazier we. Gay Mary 2 Gray Steadman Glasscock Demsey Harper Henry 2 Hagerman John Bigbee a. W. Ileal Lambeth i ape Emanuel 2 Hack win. Harvey James Hull James Jones Mary Lauterette John Milford Milton h. Mcintire Hiram Mendenhall Absalom Martin James Mcintire Robert Shelby Indiana spinning Thias Trullinger Henry Taylor James m. Vickers Elias Vickory Daniel Quot Voung John l. Wells Thomas Wyckoff Garrett White we. B. Ware Allin Woolli=.y Charles Wilkisos James Wolf John Waddle we. J. L. Sloan p. A Covington oct. 1, 1830. 390 on Friday the is instant on the winches Ter state Road about a mile North of Indianapolis a Szof Fiazi to of containing some Money and other articles which the owner can have calling on me 8 Miles North of Indianapolis describing the property and fraying Tho charges Squire Dawson. Oct. 16,1030. Stil atty Ala amp of Wyatt ires of the mails to and from Indianapolis Post office. Arrivals. From Madison in. Sunday evening. From Louisville and Elizabethtown or tuesday evening. From Petersburgh in saturday 6 p. From Torre haute in. Tuesday 4 p. From Mooresville via Union in. Saturday noon. From Winchester in. Friday s p. From Dayton o wednesdays and saturdays 6 p. From Brookville in. Sundays and wednesdays 6 p. From Lur Cheeburgh in. Thursday 8 . Departures. To Madison in. Thursday 6 a. To Louisville and Elizabethtown Friday Moru Iriks. To Petersburgh in. Monday 6 a. To Torre Hnuter in. Friday 6 . To Mooresville via Union in. Friday Moiny Isis. To Winchester in. Monday 6 a. To Dayton o. Thursdays and mondays 6 . To Brookville in. Sundays and thursday 6 a. To Lawrence nigh. In. Monday 6 a. Madison mail is not due until wednesday according to contract but arrives As above stated. The Louis Vic and Elizabethtown . Mails Are condensed As far m Bedford Indiana printing of i very description neatly to and expedite misty done at this office. Mank for save

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