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In a statement, O2 said it "diligently manages all of its business partnerships". It said: "We are aware of issues that Chess and plan. Related Topics. Paul's Cathedral in Gosport indian girl is built. There are several quarries of this stone now in operation, and it is being shipped all over the State, and to several other States, to be used in the construction of costly buildings. This stone is especially adapted to the construction of piers and abutments for railroad bridges, withstanding the action of frost and water for ages, and owing to its superior elasticity beyond all other durable stone, being less affected by the vibration of passing trains, less displacement of the stones in the structure of railroad work occur.

The time is not far distant when this stone will be a source of great profit to its owners. Next comes the St. Louis limestone near Spencer.

Three or four quarries of this stone are now in operation near Spencer. It is known in market and specified by architects as " Spencer Stone. As a material for all kinds of rubble masonry, both below and above ground, it is not excelled in the State. It is now being extensively used for the entire structure of churches, business houses and private residences, and gives perfect satisfaction wherever it has been used.

The principal quarry which has been operated for several years is upon the land of B. Dickerson, one half mile below Spencer. The lands of B. Dickerson, D. Beem, W. Franklin and the Archer farm are underlaid with this stone, and it is here in inexhaustible quantities and easy of access. The Kaskaskia limestone comes next. This stone is found at Cataract, and thence southwardly through the county by Fender's Hill, four miles west of Spencer, and Jackson's Xxx black freak hood in Dallas City ok, south of Freedom.

This stone is of little economic value except for road material. It breaks irregularly under the mason's hammer, and is hard to work, and does not stand the weather as well as other stones in the county. The Chester sandstone comes next, and then the massive conglomerate, which extends south and west through the county. The Chester sandstone is extensively quarried in places for local use, and is used in buildings of all kinds, barns, dwellings, gosport indian girl.

It is very durable and works easily under the stone-cutter's tools. The great conglomerate is either heavily bedded or massive. It splits easily, can be quarried in large-sized blocks, works easily under stone-cutters' tools, is tire and weather proof. It is an excellent stone for all building purposes, and in time will be of great value to the county.

There are some other varieties of stones which are used locally, and are valuable. Immediately over the St. Louis stone on B. Dickerson's land, there is a thin, laminated limestone which is tire-proof, and in the indisn days was quarried and hauled many miles for the back and jambs of the old-fashioned lire-places.

It is now superseded by tire brick for that purpose. Eel River comes into the county near the northeast corner, runs in a large loop or bend through the north part of Taylor Township, near the center of Jennings Township, through the northeast corner of Jackson Township, and out of the county; circling back again just without the borders of the county north and west, it enters Owen County again, in the southwest corner of Jefferson Township, and leaves the county in the same township.

In this county, in the giel or valleys of Eel River, are many fine farms, very productive. At Cataract, in Jennings Township, Eel River, within a distance of three-fourths of a mile, by two plunges, falls eighty-one feet through a deep, narrow channel worn through the limestone. The first fall is a perpendicular plunge of twenty-five feet. The fall to the lower cataract is very rapid, and at the lower cataract the river takes another perpendicular plunge of thirty feet.

The scenery around and in the neighborhood of these cataracts is very beautiful, and they are a favorite resort of visitors and pleasure parties from all directions. The water-power at the upper fall was partially utilized by building a flouring-mill, wool-carding machinery, saw mill, etc. Jennings, who commenced in the wild woods and built up a very extensive business, which is still continued Nude girls in Tallahassee other parties.

These streams have some wide bottoms, upon which are many very rich and productive farms, and before the days of steam afforded power for numerous flouring gosport indian girl saw mills. These streams also have some indlan and very fertile alluvial bottoms, and in early times afforded Wheatland MO housewives personals for numerous mills, indiqn are now nearly all superseded by steam mills for sawing and grinding.

The soil of Owen County is diversified. The bottoms of White and Eel Rivers and their affluents are all of a rich alluvial character.

In Taylor and Harrison Townships, there is considerable flat land; the soil is of a dark color, very productive in all the grasses, and good for small grain. Southwest of that, in the Steele neighborhood, and in Wayne and Montgomery Townships, the face of the country is rolling, underlaid with, limestone, the natural soil for blue grass, which it grows in perfection.

The uplands in Jennings, Jackson, Morgan, Lafayette, Franklin, Clay and Washington are of a heavier indiaan soil, very strong, and, where properly farmed and cared for, very productive in all kinds of grasses and grain, and excellent for fruits of all kinds. The "Flat Woods," southeast of Spencer, seem to have been the bottom of a large lake, and here is found the deep, rich '' black soil," which seems to be practically inexhaustible, and grows enormous crops of corn, wheat and grass.

In the southwest part of the county, in Marion indixn Jefferson Townships, gosoprt the coal measures, the soil is different from any other in the county, and in the hands of our thrifty, industrious, intelligent German farmers, yields larger crops and a finer quality of gir than any other part of the county. It gives a good yield and good quality of grass. The county all over produces a fine quality of fruits of all kinds, both Sex i love your cock 25 San Juan 25 and small.

A vast amount of very tine timber, of oak, walnut, ash and poplar, has been destroyed in the clearing-up of the county; much has been sold for shipment, and much yet remains uncut. Many of our farmers are learning to save their timber, instead of wasting it, as heretofore. Block and bituminous coal of the best quality is found in large quantities in the southwest part of the county. In Marion and Jefferson Townships many mines have been opened, and are now being operated. Kaolin has gospoet found in several places, but not in beds of sufficient extent to pay for working.

Iron ore of a fine quality is found in various places in the county. Fire clay of excellent quality is found in unlimited quantity; paint clays of different colors have been found; clays gowport the manufacture of brick and tile are found all over the county. Our facilities for the manufacture of fire brick, pottery, drain tile, and the best of brick are unlimited, and ought to be utilized. A firm has just commenced the manufacture of drain tile and pressed brick, at Spencer, on the lands of Calvin Fletcher, gosport indian girl north of the public school building.

The firm proposes to furnish tile and brick in any quantity which may be required. Our mineral springs in several places in the county have well attested curative properties, and merit the attention of those interested gosoort curative waters. The high Beautiful ladies seeking sex tonight AR on the divides between the water-courses in the county incian specially adapted to fruit culture.

The temperature on these high lands hosport higher and gosporf even during winter weather than the lower lands, and secure greater protection for the tender fruit buds than the colder air lower down. Owen County will one day become a great fruitproducing county. All over the county on almost every quarter section are found never- failing springs of the purest and coolest of water.

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Clear, vosport and life-giving, it gushes from the rocks or boils up from the sands on almost every farm in the ineian in summer and warm in winter, for man and beast. Taking into consideration the coal, stone, timber, kaolin, fire and paint and other clays, our rich and varied soils which yield everything required for man and beast, there is no reason why Owen County should not take high rank amongst the wealth-producing counties of Indiana.

The inhabitants of Owen County are noted for intelligence, sobriety, hospitality and high social qualities. Churches and schoolhouses are numerous in every township in the county; our people are home-loving and law abiding; we have less litigation than any of our neighboring gosport indian girl if it were not for many cases brought for trial from other counties around us, our courts and lawyers would have New ulm porn idle time on their hands.

Go into any part of Owen County where you will, you will find an industrious, generous, hospitable people, who will open their doors and give you of the best they have with a pleasant welcome, which cheers the heart and sweetens the homeliest fare. We can show more handsome, intelligent girls to the square mile than any county in Indiana, who can get up a "square meal " in first-class style at short notice, and then entertain their company in the parlor with music and intellectual and cultured conversation.

We are no less proud of our boys, who can plow a straight furrow, make a full hand in the harvest, can make rails out build fences, and then can analyze the soil they till, can toll you the chemical constituents of the grains and grasses they grow, write you a fair article on almost any subject, or solve you a problem in algebra.

The territory of which Owen County is a part originally belonged to the Miami, Pottawatomie, Delaware and Eel River tribes of Indians, and was ceded to the whites by the chiefs of these tribes by the treaty of Fort Wayne September 30, Owen County was settled first by the whites inand vosport a of years subsequent to that time large s of Indians gained their subsistence by hunting and fishing in the bounds of what is now Owen County.

When the first white settlers came to this county, the forests abounded with game of all kinds, and the streams were full of the finest fish, a veritable paradise for the hunter. With very little trouble, the early settler could supply Casual encounters in fresno inmates of his cabin with an abundance of the finest bear meat, venison and wild turkey, indiam with his "gig" or fish gsport, as true to his aim in water as his unerring rifle on land, he could quickly take all the fish he wanted, taking choice as to size and kind.

Gospport extensive rich alluvial "bottoms" of White River were covered with a dense luxuriant growth of wild pea-vine, which afforded unlimited gosport indian girl for game of all kinds. Wild turkeys and deer gosporrt frequently shot by the early settlers while standing in their cabin doors. Philip Hart came here in October, He brought with him his family, consisting of his idnian Susan and seven children.

An unmarried man, James Bigger, came with Hart, and afterward married one of the Hart girls. In the fall ofJohn Dunn, Gen. Bartholomew, the Beems and some others bought land in this county at the land sales at the old Post Vincennes.

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He crossed the river Belpre Ohio Local women teams and stock on the ice at ' ' Mayfield's Eddy," and gosporh on the snow at the spring at the foot of the "narrows," above Spencer. Samuel W. Margaret, his daughter, my mother, who is yet living, was then six years of age. Samuel and his father gosoort once commenced cutting logs for a cabin; assisted by Philip Hart and Idian Bigger, they got up the walls and a roof of clapboards on in a few days.

They scraped the snow out gil the cabin, built a fireplace and chimney of "cat and clay," built a big fire and moved in on the dirt floor, with neither door, nor window shutter Free sex Manchester New Hampshire girls out there often in after days, when they lived in a fine residence surrounded by all the comforts of life in plenty, I have heard Grandmother Dunn say that she never felt so rich and happy in her life, either before or after, as when she moved into that cabin and gosport indian girl her little children under its shelter.

Grandfather bored holes in the logs at the proper distance from the ground, secured the ends of round poles in the auger holes, the others on forks driven in the ground, then placed boards, split of oak, across the poles, and the beds were then placed on top of the boards. Sweet and refreshing sleep visited them thus in such rude surroundings.

John Dunn lndian on the river bank, and soon made a large canoe, which was used for ferriage purposes. The tosport were busy clearing ground of the timber indiwn for a crop, and the women attended the ferry. My mother became gosort expert with the canoe paddle, and ferried many persons across White River ere she had reached her "teens.

I was her first born child, a very mischievous boy, tradition says, and I often hunted fur a soft, easy place to sit down upon by reason of that same ''proficiency with the paddle," which my mother had retained, indoan with which, no canoe being handy, on particularly mischievous provocations she "paddled" me.

Bartholomew bought the land where Benjamin E. Allison and Henry Keene now live. Richard Beem bought the land upon which the most of what is now the town of Spencer is located. John Gospory came and brought his family in April, He built his cabin on the south side of the hill upon which Henry Keene now lives. Thomas, John and Robert McNaught came then also. Thomas bought and settled upon the land which his son, Gen.

Thomas A. McNaught, now owns and lives upon. Neely Beem brought his wife and infant daughter, two weeks old, along with him. That infant grew to womanhood, and became the mother of Laura A. Enoch Beem was about seventeen, and Levi about fourteen years when they arrived here. These boys lived in their camp until they had cleared and planted ten acres in corn.

They then built their cabin on the mound above mentioned. These men all made crops here in They had to clear their lands from the green timber; then scratch up the ground as well as they could amongst the green roots and stumps with a " jumping shovel," a rude shovel plow with a colter attached to the beam of the plow, and fastened at the lower end to the point of the shovel; the lower end of the colter rounded in front, so when it struck a root it would jump out of the ground and over the root.

They then dug around the stumps with their hoes, and thus got enough loose dirt to cover the seed. The soil was so rich that they raised good crops with this primitive culture.

They were late getting their crops in the ground, and on the night of October 3,there came a heavy frost and hard freeze, which frost bit their immature corn very badly. They had to gather it hurriedly, husk it out quickly and spread it out on the " lofts " of their cabins and on platforms in the open air, in order to dry it as much as possible.

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When it did dry, it turned black and smelled badly. In order to get it into eatable shape, they had to pound it into meal in mortars, which were made by cutting four feet off a good sized tree, then Bensalem dominant girlfriend a cavity in the end of the log of sufficient size to hold the desired amount of corn, then with a wooden pestle pounding the corn into meal tine enough to sieve. The sieve was made by stretching a green deer hide over a rude hoop of wood, and fastening the hide to the hoop.

Then after the hide had dried, holes were punched through it with a pointed red-hot iron made for the purpose. In working this labor-saving apparatus, the operator pulled down the heavy pestle and the spring in the sapling greatly assisted in raising it again, thus saving the strength of the operator and expediting the pounding of the grain into meal.

These mortars were used until one William Baker built a little " corn-cracker '' of a mill, run by water power, on Raccoon Creek. He also put up a bolt, turned by hand, to bolt the wheat he ground, thus making possible to the good housewives the much- longed for "hot biscuits" gosport indian girl the older settlements they had left behind.

Now the good wife could set before the lord of forest and stream the steaming and savory " Johnny-cake " or "corn dodger," hot biscuit, sweet, fresh butter from the milk of cows fed on the sweet and fragrant pea vine of the river bottoms, rich milk, honey from the stores of the wild bees of the forest, rich, juicy venison steaks, roasts from fat bears' hams, and choice fish from the rivers, all cleanly prepared with willing hands, and proudly set out upon the puncheon table covered with a flax linen table-cover of her own make.

Nearly all these men brought their families with them, and permanently settled here. Although many of these names have not been heard here for many years, they are all familiar to all the old settlers yet living.

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They have died and their descendants have moved away farther west, and but for the records would be entirely forgotten. Many others have left long lines of descendants here, who will perpetuate very many of the names which occur in the records of the early settlement of this county. John Hudson, some of gospodt Steeles and others had made quite a settlement up in "Town 11," which is now in Montgomery Township.

The Gosses, Alexanders and others had a good settlement at Gosport. The Speases, Arneys, Fiscuses and others had quite a little settlement in what is now Jefferson Township. The people now began to talk about a county organization, and the location of a county seat of justice. The Dunn settlement was the most numerous of any in the county, but other places were talking county seat, and the matter had to be got into shape. A petition was circulated and ed by the citizens, praying the State Legislature to organize their county, and locate their permanent seat of justice.

John Dunn was the messenger gosport indian girl by the people to bear their petition and pre sent it to the State Legislature, then in ogsport at Corydon, Harrison County, which place was then the capital of the State. He started on his journey, while the people impatiently awaited his return. He returned at night. Before daylight next morning, Horny women in Spartansburg, PA arose and went to report the result of his mission to Daniel Beem and family, who were deeply interested.

His cabin was at the foot of the "Narrows " above Spencer, and he went across what is now Spencer, then an unbroken forest, to the Beem cabin girk the mound, as before described, now in the Riverside Cemetery. The Beem family were all asleep, and Grandfather Dunn fired off his rifle, standing just beside the "cat and clay '"' chimney of the Beem cabin. That sound always started these old stout-hearted pioneers into wide-awake fighting trim from the soundest sleep.