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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 7 October 1853

) J 4 .. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1853. VOL. XXI. NO. il DV C F. CLARKSON. ) Fmiii the Forest City. Xiao oarile. The editor of the Canton Transcript copies our announcement of the decease of the Patriarch of the Zoaritea, and writes thus of that singular people. The sketch is graphical and truUlul: The Patriarch f Zoar now sleeps in the tomb. The history of this community is of interest, as exhibiting tho moral force of single individual as well as a practical demonstration ofsocif Usui."Wo bavo always boon impressed with the idea that this colony, (originalI" consisting of about two hundred indi viduala,) left Wurtembtirg, in Germany, on accouut of religious persecution. They are in religion what is termed Separatists, because they separat Irom Luther and others: or rather, they are diaciples of Jacob Ik-hman, who I lourishcd ome two hundred years since. "They embarked for the New World fron Germany in the spring of 1317, and landed in IMiiUdelphu in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 7 October 1853

AMKBftMJAK. IJ ItOOKVI lli:, 1 N D. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 7,1353. reeafcy-terlam ChMh. Tl Preabyterlaa congregation have Uft for laauyearor two, building I churth lo thi place, which wilt U tn ornament totht toan.and creJitabh to te congregation. It U Dearly finished. Tfc7i kowever, need wore fund for its completion. Tht female member of the church, than whom there I none tort devoted to the Interest gf Iheciuae, hart newlnf aclty,lht proceed of which go to aid In the enurprUe. On tht wtnlttg of tht 2nd day of our Agricultural Fair, which wltl be October 13th tht ladle of tht congregation will give ft aupper at tht bairtneiit room of tht Preibyterlin church, tht ji occr Jt I which Uto aid tn fluUMhtf tin) church. Of courM there will be ft grnrral tirn out to enjoy ao pleaaimt a mcUI hoir, n4 to 14 In to nvblt to enterprise. Tlckttt on It kid it Durton't, I.lnck'e, Hall', Oalllon'e or of Mrt. rudg, un Ul tht tvtnlnf . Let lit g o, ixcept thoe whofttl tht they art too mean to go into foo4 e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 7 October 1853

I.lllr Dat. Htm m-4 rwsaictcaf y M. 5. TAnon, .r tM'tU't (Ar )r sVur Sc. 'Two ealui stilt night, Aud lb Hioou't pal light Sa in oft oVr hill n4 vide, M ban frleuti. tuuto Uli grief, Ktood around ths delit-bvt Of my poor, Iot Lilly Dais. ob! Lilly, tweet Lilly, dearllily I HOW Ui W 'ld ro0 blotsoma O'er h jr littl i jjrjo grave, , i T. 'JIU tlj irv'8 In I i j J )vry v!a. lUr che it Uial ones slo4 Willi lbs rot j tint or knallt.. By lU-ikjttl of.Lni hud Itrnd And lh do.Ut damp wat on, Tbs pur whiU brow Of my poor, lost Lilly 1U. Ob! Lilly, A. To lbs laud of rett, Anders my at rent ill tliall fait t ntt tell you where. Near my own lov'd home. You mutt lay poor Lilly rule. Ü!iLllly,o.e. 'ih Iii chestnut tree, W lie re iho will thwart pros', AnJ tti Irena ri,,itet firth llio' lh) rats, Where, the bir.U shall ward Their ongtiii spring, There lay poor Ul'.j Dale. Uli! Lilly, Ac. The Epidemie at the South Uur dates br mail from New Orleans are to the 23J ult. In that city the mortality from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 7 October 1853

THE UWYIJBLDIKQ WIFE Or Ilm WIYct ( 111-TcDipcr. r a rasuta'a wire Br für pioees-diwj lo the eohjfot matter ol Ihn fr, Ho t tis my youi friends, to esJmrl yvu lopt long und strive earnest ty "t control, bafor taking m p which Involve )owr alt of earthly happiue, a welt a that of the Individual whom, before Ilraveu, yoo promts to honor, love aud cherlah, during yoar aojoora to atU where imtiiJ couceei ve ar constantly doiiMtideil. M y iml frirutt, though tii chosen coinpinion of your life ""V not bo all yoo had. (a tho nr-!or of your ejection, painted him, ! I Ktiii ''" !'"" oo ar Uu til to lo honor aiidobv," '' to your limping, jjreHl degree, is committed hi repula tl .0, hii u-fuiu i lu hfö , hi toclul taste ml firid enjoyment. Mutual Improve nwDi niKlobiily on of lit euri film institution of mnrriag: but auv attempt at o'reclioaor reproof should Lhj mingled svlt'i kiu.tiima of niaDUrrs if tti contrary cotira is adopted, th )eird äVci ia wora lhau lost, and frequently thoeda of f o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 14 October 1853

' r by t. a. floomra. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER II, 1S53. VOL. XXI. NO. 43. I 7 (: 1 1 l' ) IUn nrnTrnlltn. Wt make th following extract from another chapter of Col. Benton' "Thirty Year in the U.S. Senate," Published in the N. Y. Pot. Col. Benton, after giving an irilereatInj review of the circumstance of the Presidential election of 182 1, and apeak Ing of noniinatlona by eaticusee among member of Congress), till then practiced, remark: They were dropped, and a different mode of concentrating public opinion we adopted that of party nomination by contention of delegate from the State, Thi. wo.ked well it flr.t, the will of .l0-fB,na U intimately associated with the people bemptrictly obeyed by the! ,ha ear, hi,t of Kentucky, and debate, and the majority making the i w, ' , M wilh raany 0r r. iNnli.tM Tr..i 11 H..x L lu .1.... tt.Hl ...I I . m w nomination. Dut it quickly degenerated, and became obnoxious to all the objection to Courra caucu nominations, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 14 October 1853

air amekicanDltOOKVlLLLMN I. ' FRIDAY. 0CT0E2K 14, 1853. ADIEU. I have sold the Indiana American. yij connection with it closed with the last number. Titos. A. Goodwjj, it il proprietor, editor and publicher. Aa I am not old enough to fiht my battles over again, il U therefore needlesa to recapitulate the storms and calms of the last twenty-two years. The best sod longest portion of my life, has been devoted to what I hare honestly con- . ceived to be the best interests of the people, and in sustaining this paper. 'With the talent and industry I cu!d command, I have Jone the best I could. ' At least'no regrets now mar my petce. ', Plain of speech, and always feeling the spirit of a freeman, I may have frequently run serous the feeling and interests of others. I may have erred, but I acted at the time, by the best light before me, . and tbe lapse of years gives &10 no reason to recall what I hava satJ. ' My toriat career has been long, and the retrospect is pleasant. In a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 14 October 1853

From tno Prvsbytnriaii of tit J Weit. Aviirn: v..ti:u rnr-siivnucv. ThU boJr met, accord'rr to RJjuiirii. ' merit, at Liberty on the 13th or bept. Opened with a aermon by W. II. Moore, the last Moderator, from 1 Cor. ix. I(J. Minister all present but P. P. Mon fort and W. M. htryker Fourteen Itulin g Elders wero present. Tarne Gilchrist was chosen Modcra-1 tor, and w. II aioore clerk Isaac Watts Manfort was ordained and installed pastor of tho church at Liberty. F. Monfort preached tho sermon; James Gilchrist presided, proposed the constitutional questions, and offered the ordaining prayer. 1). U. McKee delivered the charge to the pastor, and D. 31. .Stewart to the people. James Gilchrist was elected trustee of the Presby tcrial Academy, in place of i II. L. McGuire, deceased. The following was adopted in regard to the death of Urothcr McGuire. Presbytery, with a keen sensibility of painful bereavement, and an humble submission to the Divine will, records the death of our young and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 14 October 1853

TII2 EOT HEROES. SSCTCM SAlLT WCrrEBX UFt. Waats Kentucky was an Infant Eula, aud before thi foot of civilization had trodden her f Uot fortssU, Ihero lived anon ft branch of Uma River, ta the weetera part af that tat, a öli hunter, by th mmt f John Slater, ilia hut era noon thi aouiheru bank f tho etream, and aar a email patch of lomi doeaa ecrae that Sad bat a cleared by hi ase, he WM BIU, p Vy deaee fereeta. Slater hai lut lrchilJreA at honis with hiirt two mm, Philip aal Dulel, tlia former fourteen, and th laller twelve yeara of eg. Ilia clJar chii iretlhad gone, Hanlr.. Hi wife wne with l.i.n. but she bad lor aevt'rel yrjM an altnuet aelpie erijtple front lue ejects of aevsre rheumatism. It wee eatl In the lirta and the old heater h-til ju.l relnmed from Columbia, where h h t I been to earry the produot of lite winter's labor, which conalatad mostly ffur IN bad rcivod qdite enn of moay, aad he had brought It homi wilh hint. Tha ola mam had tor eeertl yesre been accumulating mon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 21 October 1853

o ? ? Br T A. GOODWIN, BRÖOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1853. VOL. XXI. NO. 44. .LIFE AT THE FIVE rOI.XTS. THI TWO-FUST MABEIAGE. "Mr. Peaae, we want to be married." "Want to be married -what for!" "Why, you aee, we don't think it la right for us to be living together this way any longer, and we have been talking over the matter to day and you see "Yes, yes ,1 aee you havo been talking over the matter over the bottle and have com to a sort of drunken conclusion to get married. When you get sober you will both repent of it, probably." "No, sir, we are not very drunk, now not so drunk but we can think, and we don't think we are doin rizht we are not doing as we were brought up to do by pious parents. We have been reading about the good things you have j done lor just such poor outcasts as we are and we want you to try and do something for us." "Read! Can you read! Do you read tho Bible!" M Well, not much late!, but we read the Lewspaper and sometimes we read s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 21 October 1853

J. . I DltOO KVI LLC t N O. FRIDAY , OCTOBER 21, 1353. Chang f Term Id another column will be found the new term of the American. We will continue to semi to all the old subscri bers, on the old terms, till settlement is made. New subscribers, not pay in; strictly in advance, will be charged the Characteristic ketcae ' Fathie Jorks. As we turn around and look to the 'amen corner" we recognize an old fa miliar face. It is not a handsome one, and we seriously doubt whether it erer was. Its owner looks fec-ble and old, bu be was not always sc. He was young once .and when young that frame which now mores sluggishly .being palsied, was stalwart. Then too. that tonsrue which now will not obey the mandates of the will, could roll forth words almost inces same as heretofore. By sn arrangement with Mr. Clarkson we are to continue santly, and at a pitch of roice that could the paper to all who have paid him in be heard for miles. There are jet livinz advance. DisTKESstso. Rev. Moses Horniday,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 21 October 1853

MststiaesUlem t tlsa Tssrllf. Tht following circular hat been ad dressed by the Secretary of the Treasury to a number of the prominent New York merchants, which indicates that he ittend to recomm end to Couffresa some Iteration of the present tariff: Tmasckt Dew rtmekt, Sept 20, '53. Sir The increasing revenue and accumulation amount of money in the "treasury, render it most probable that the tariff will be made a prominent subject of diacussion and examination with view to reduction during the approaching session of Congress. In the meantime, and at aa early a day aa may be, I am desirous to obtain from the most reliable sources the bestinfor- j nation of the working of the present rates of duty upon thi leading branches of industry of the country and of the effect to be expected from the proposed modifications. Understanding that you take an interest in this subject, and have given some attention to it, and perhaps have been in aituationsto place within your reach very valuable in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 21 October 1853

From tue People's Paper. ' A tVII.lLEJttA.VJs JOIUXAL. It was somewhere about the end of Jona thai we were cruielnz off Fay ta head, on tSe coast of Peru, in the ship Arabella, of Ply mouth. The trade wiud htch ha J oeeti ' htowine- fresh for a few dsvs had subsided. n.lma hi i. , i ti it a ei-nt'a breeze, and all hands, with lha excepliou of the boat iteerer, II an at at Iba mut beaut, and the IIIOU at fha helm, had rone below to breakfast. W wra a! tea led at ourcliests, with our (! touiud toooM be-fore , "rnanchios; r haid tack and awll je ok." and talking overonr hard luck, far we bad DOt seen the pout of a penn while for the last ten week. Gee er two ( a, howeeer. had finished our breakfast, and were eogaged in ihatiruj skier's pastiwie overhauling; our chestswhen aJ! at once th wslcome sound tru shouted frora Iba uiaat head: "There aha breathes." la aa instant all waa confusion ; aoma ra n on deck with their mouths and hands full of bread and beef, other who had concluded to t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 28 October 1853

J. J . BV T. A. (JOOl)WLY. DKOUKVJLLK, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, Fill DAY, OCTOBER 23, 1853. VOL A AI. -XO. 45. nv.w YOIIK i:.TIITII THHTO CAPTAIN INORAII AM. Wt bave found uothlug In our readlug.ln rfere to Iii rcu of Coat that please mere than lit following from lion. J. P. Hal at Hi Nw York dinoulrallou. Wt Itibllah It not only for It pur Americanism, bat becau U give, in a nut hall, th whole affair. With iuch men i lugaham in our avy, backed m !i will baby lit government and th psopl of Iii Uuited Steles, (Im Um I far dlatant wbeo lit piiraa "I am in .American ettlxan" will not aecur lb right f Americans, whether native or alopted Tsrionally w admire Capl IiigMlianVf Car, and lh eoan of Ilia government, lh morf , beeaur Cota an adopted citizen. Let th world know at once , llmt w know no difference between our nativ ad adopted citiio. Let the world know too thai w atop not In mm of an appeal lo na to aqnlr far precedents precedents - 'labluhed in olden lime whan Di lifaota cltlxe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 28 October 1853

into ok vi i,im:. i ,n d. "" FHlDArOOTOOEn 23, 1053. CarrtriUii, In our last week's paper wo published S 1 ,30 crttU lh price ul ilngl nib crlplloti, out of tlx county. . It should hvo been 137, Hc term In unutVr column. (irl) Atllrt V Intr-nJ lo publish this- Inlriti tlIo Jorumcnt, next week entire, though it U Mj We were guilty of the fully of tskinjj our now i ora In haiij Intffntlin to cut llio richest of It. Well, we havo the richest of it. It U tho whole aJdrrt. Und, and preserve It, firmer. Wo would" advUa til who went It, to aubseribe foi tho American, t onet; for the address, U worth more, of Itself, than the price of tho paper for one year. We hope our county nubecribers will do their neighbors, who borrow the American, the kindness, to advise them tombscribe for themselves, for thy roust not lenJ our next Issue. Court of Common rie. ' After a tcJioua aeasion the Court of Common lMeaa of this county adjourned en Thursday evening last week, haylnjj cleared ofTtll business r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 28 October 1853

MnaSilJaaat.l'aji4aWta Till! M?UIM HEVIMWi, Tb eurplue la the UUJ State Trenury lubjcct ta draft on tho 33.1 vf Sfptemoer. waa $27, 503,000. On tho 30th of Juu last thsj amount waa etalrd it $31,042,8'. Thii, If tho lulMrrui ury lew la practical! enforced, U In apedojust ao much go I J and allver locked up from public uc, and", for all urremt . . t t practicable purpose, of no more u.o , than If It did nut f xUt. With tli foar i XDrcaaeJ li aome of an Imoci.J.ii- ! af - f carctt, or apparent acarclt of money, Mil for tho generally conce JcJ reann that it ia inexpedient to allow each an Immenio anJ Increasing iccumuUtlon of funds In tho National Treasury, it baa become In man quarter! an Important rjucitiou, " What shall bo done with thia aurplual" At i matt-r of cotina tho redemption of tho public debt la tho first point In view, A email part of title debt la duo In 1526, ind tho balanco In 18GJ. from tho conditlona under which thla debt wa contracted, the Unitcti Htatci can not pa ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 28 October 1853

Incllntr. The consummate (l!y of this vice la prttentfd vividly in the following article, which U taken from Sir Jonah Harrington's Personal S ketch r-a MY FIRST DUKL. "I was surprised one winter's' evening it collf je, by receiving a written challenge in the nature of an invitation, from Mr. Paly, to fight him early tho ensuing morning. 1 never hnd spuken a word ta him in my life, and scarcely of him, and no possible cause of quarrel that I could guess existed between iu: however, it bcinjj then a decided opinion that first overture of that nature could never be declined,! accepud tbe invitation it Knut an innuirv: writing in renlv. ....w . "" . i - - -1-4 ' that as to place. I cho-n the field of Ponny brook-fair, aa the fittest spot for II sorts of encounters. 1 had then to lookout for a second, and reported to a person with whom I was very intimate, and who, aa he was a curiums character, may be worth noticing. He was brother to the unfortunate Sir Edward Crotby, bart., w ho was ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 November 1853

v v y ( " , ' - - , 1 Ii s J BY T. A. GOODWIN. VTtxi tht CItttr Artt Tach at to Fanning. 14 T4T ANf)l.r-l4l nrl-rV, I itaaaaaai rate, l.aiaraiia, inn., uev. 13. IHM. BY llOHACK HKhKLY rixuiAoKiiaM: I etand before 1 you it your 8oclety't Invitation, feeling the full forc of lh critlcWm which de Ott to ont ot lay habit an J pursuit i capacity to Instruct ftrmert aa to their own ttpfcial vocation. "Shoemaker, tick to your last!" 1 a ound though aometime misapplied aJmonitlon, and there ; I treat strength In the natural presumption that every man can aee a little forth er on hit own proper pathway than can be aeen by any one clae. I fully real- , lie and cheerfully admit that any one of you, who hai derotcd the lait twfuty or thirty yearato Agriculture, rat.it know very much more concerning It tban I, who Abandoned It at fifteen to rna. ter and pursue a moat exacting mechanleal and Intellectual vocation, and have -aince been able to anatch but here and therein hour from a constant press...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 November 1853

. .y i( t k 3 ' i iv n 1: o ? k vi 1. 1. k.j ?k X Our Dlxluul !ubrrlbrr. Since llie reduction of our prices to the present uunual!y low rate, many V " Ki 01 our Cistsnt uü-enuera nsve cnquireu , n n. jl1j luJ a countenance thatinhow they can avail themselves of tlicin, jdicttci a fixed attention to all the busfor the, can apply only to tl.c-o who ,, of Conference. A. we look upon pay STRICTLY IN AD VAN CK. For jlimt wo rcmnilüPr impression mado their benefit, wo would say Cut they can 0(,r minJ gom. lwen, fivc , remit to u. tho amount, by mail, at o k ng , w wefe thrüUgh lh tax. obtaining hi all cue, a certificate i t,f a.,strcct Museum in Cincir.natl.which of the Post Alitor ol the a.notint remit-) t,,rl w chjcfly nt0rctir to u a an Ud. lu the transfer of the bwka U4, i b, f fl We found mere nas oem iruns.crred iho accounts,or purtoflhe account, of old subscribers. i i . , ... . Those who owed lor lea than ono year. I now owe us. I noo who owed r,r more , than one year owe u for th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 November 1853

' $ I, " , . t r .IMPORTANT. . The subscriber, having purchased the Indus Americas, and wishing to put it within the reach of every family, has reduced its terms to the following ex tremeljr low figures, when paid strictly IK ADVANCES Single subscription In clubs of 25 In clubs of 50 81,50. $1,25. $1,00. t Subscribers living out of the county will retain for postage 13 cents, (except clubs,) and thus receive it at $1,37 cts. Subscribers, who receive it at their resi dencca will be charged $1,75. Though the price of the paper is thus reduced, its size will continue the same, and the editor hopes, by diligently applying hitmelf to its interests, to make it as worthy as ever of the high reputation it has acquired. It shall continue to be independent on all subjects, and neutral on none. It shall know no dictation by party or caucus, and favor al that is food. , In short it shall be a good : family paper. T. A. GOODWIN. " Cir Prince Albert has adopted the Atneriean reaper on hij model f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 November 1853

o in; ioJ servlnj tlifm.arul we shall enjoy health, elasticity and longevity to an txtf-nt now unknown. A flesh diet U the dearest, tha least palatable, and th Itatt wholesome, and all that is needed to woao men Trout it is the presentation o( a better. To ecur thia. wi need oaly farmer who will feel a just priJa in having the finest orchard and gar dn; who will surround nut merely their own dwellings, but those of their tenants and helpers also, with choice trees; and who will plant and keep plan ir4, until jooJ fruit shall b so abundant that it cun te no Ion jtr an object to -teal it. But I detain you too Ion;, though many gupjestioiis crowd upon me which Iwould gladly develop, did time permit. 1 would like to illustrate that inspiring theme, the harmony of interest between Türmer and manufacturer, w hich renders each new factory or workshop established in an agricultural county or district a positive accession of wealth to every farmer who lives within the rajiua of its influence...

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