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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 August 1834

MDIIAMA. AMI OCR COUNTRY -OCR COUNTRY 8 INTER ET AND OCR COCNTRY 8 FRIENDS. BY T. F. CLARIiSOX. BROOKVILLE, INDIANA, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST I, 1834. VOL. II NO. 31. TKRMS OfTHE AMERICA?!. t in advance $2,50 in six months; or ' .: l. . . fh( XP1 ration Jll liv vcai . 1. ' T 1 I! I ;ll VovntvisBMSNTS. i weive unt-B.or iuss,wni oe pr:?d once or three times, for one dollar; and 25 .-nts will b; cua P.oo ieJ for each Additional insertion. vant. If a man votes against me he has a right to do it. Are we only to represent those who vote for us when every man has a right to vote .is he pleases. A man, my friends who can thus throw away his constituents, is no patriot. I maintain a man does not forfeit his right to be represented, because he did not vote for his representative. Let a man vote against me, and I am as much his representative as if he had voted for me, this is my doctrine; and no man has a right to get up in the House and throw contempt upon any part Gl:n' e1f : of his constitue...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 August 1834

l-'ORFJtt.V r'R05l PURTl'GAL AND SPAIN. New York, July 15, 5urrf Jrr oftheMigtirHtf Forrts Fall of Santnnm Capture of .Don, M'guel andDon Carlos. Ur the shin Mora Cnsllc. Capt. Flowery, we have received a Supplement to the Havana Diario of the 5th instant, containing Madrid dates to Mar 28th, Lisbon to the 27th, r.nil Pari zto the '2d of June, ine news is liiorhlr important. It docs not appear that Don Miguel had trhinllv left Portugal at the date of these ac counts, but he had stipulated to depart, and in f.rt had abandoned his Army, Santarem,and the whole kingdom, to the Pedroitcs. In the mcantimejboth he and Don Carlos had fallen into the hands of the Spanish troop if we may credit the intelligence, having been delivered p by their own men. The Portuguese war is therefore at an end, and the Spanish wargalso, for aught wecan see to the contrary. Translated for the Journal of Commerce. Mav 2.). Aerccablf to the plan of operations agreed on between the Duke of Terceira and U. Jose n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 August 1834

tCr he 1th as r ionise- ar-- ioiv ere for- w ide iet to pfSrtll r"i - - Vt- AMERICAN. HROOKVIIjIjE, indiaiva. FRIDAY, AfGl'ST 1, 1834. fu-We have been requesetdto announca Mr r7FKiEt. Tvxkr, as a candidate for Coroner of. unty, at the ensuing election liect ofthe ereatett asfnnMimpnr. Hint n r. ... fa7 cuniccrra principles oj republicanism in ntt enhtrhfenrrl , - - f,-'r"-i snuHiuraavccarna nuaestg-n against public lib- rTly var, a io m jeoparay its very existence. Such however, are the farts; and with them staring us in the face this day ought to be a day ofuJiibilee in the United States." The Tom to This delightful vegetable is now selling in our markctat the exfravigant price of fifty cents per dozen! It is a production that always selN;and we wonder that gardeners and "farmers do not bestow more time upon its cultivation. It can be raised with less than h.ilfthn lmnMi nnrl pr. pense that attend the growing of cucumbers, is a much hardier and more prolific plant, and, which Canno...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 August 1834

TA Kl.G'4 TU LYG S COOLL I . 'You're an itifern.il scoundrel V said a fierce looking gentleman, the ether day, coming in great wrath lo a Yankee, who was standing quietly on the side alk ; oure an infernal scoundrel sir'."1 That"s news lo me. returned the Yankee. cuietlv. drel, Jo you call it news? 'jewi! vou scoun 'Entirely so.' You neednt think to carry itoffso quietly. internal scoundrel, ana 1 11 I should'nt like to be I.sav vou re an prove it.' 'I hm vou will not proved a scoundrel." tV I .'ire wp:ir vou would'nt. But an swer nic directly did you not say in the presence of certain ladies of my acquaintance that I w a mprp 'Calf? O no. sir the truth is not be be spok en at all times." iTi f,-J t T. vmi nresume to call me a i i n. . . - ' ' ' j f calf, sir?' H no, sir, I call you nothing.' 'It's well vou do; for if you had presumed ttt call me A man I should have been grossly mis taken." 'Io vou m-aii to say that I am not a man sir? That depends on circumstances.' VThat circumsta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 August 1834

(D Mo OUTl COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTERET AND OUR COUNTRY S FRIENDS. IIROOJCYILLE, INDIANA, FRIDAY EVEXKXG,- AUGUST 8, 1834. VOIj. II. NO. 33. a 1 si ell i tpl r JVll t d ad iciti ." M1 era led vi era Stti m irt ccit Mi Itsil sirsuf lc, sent inerj vt ct. I.li'F. OLM.AFAYKTTC. Gilbert Motier (lormelv nur- HsJv.) wai norn a Chavagnac, near Brioud, 'vergne. Sept. 0, 1757, was educated in ijcoiiee of Louis li Grand, in Pari?, plar- uicoirtas anoiacer in one 01 me guards t' honor, aiui at i was mmieu iu ,nnrt-dauihterof the Duke ofNoailles. f as under these circumstances, that the Li. marquis de. La Fayette entered upon a fireerso little? to be expected from a youth of Lt(brtnu-3,of high rank, of powerful convex- I as, at the most brilliant anu lacinai.i! ; ccttrt the world. He left France,, -'secret! v.- for Wica,in 1777, and arrived at Ghar?csion. Qi Carolina, April 23, being then 19 years l The state of this country ,it is well known, rss,ftt that time, most gloomy; a feeble ar!T witho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 August 1834

A it Dickson iVom his e.iilev ulcnh: when thati wretched cabal was established, known as tiie Kitchen Cabinet when the conspiracy to obtain the influence cf, or destroy the Bank, was organized, and 'made a party queslion when a cordon w;;s drawn around the President, and no one could approftch him bu through Van Buren when the full extent of the plot was developed to seize upon the pub' lie treasure, and to use the patronage-jof of- nce to secure ir. an iJuren the success ions, I openlv, and unequivocally, and on all occasions condemned Mr. Van Buren for this course, and considered it unsafe and inexpedi nt for him to be the" successor of General Jackson. For this he determined that I should he removed from oflice, or that the price of retaining oluee should be a recantation of this opinion. A series of disgraceful intrigues were eet afloat to poUon the mind of Gen. Jackson against me. They continued, from time to time, for several months. At length, they reached such a height that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 August 1834

n 1 tor AMERICAN. RO O KVIME) INDIANA. FRIDAY, Al'GUST S, 18S4. er should seriously meditate on the propriety of a return. The people of the country ought to know, that in many cases, that the cholera is so ra pid in it progress, there is rro time to semi to a physician; and therefore, they should be provided with Calomel, which upon the first degree of indisposition, they should take in liberal doses, at the same time h ing by, and promoting a perspiration with hot sassafras or thoroughwort tea. They "should like-wise know, that a diarrhxxa, in uhich the discharges ing their children to eat quick, should learn them to eat slow, and chew their victuals. Americans might as well be without teeth as for all the good they get of them; but they should, like neat cattle, be able to chew their cud. If food shall be properly separated before being swallowed, seventeenths of all diseases of the stomach would much ahate. A person may eat a hearty meal of meats and vegetables in our common way...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 August 1834

MELANCHOLY. Far in a wild sni?cStcrM vale, ' Pale melancholy dwells; And to the winds lier piteous tale, The musing maiden icl'a. Where ci ystal cascades dishing pour, At noontide oil she strays; ; And listens to the rocks that roar, In dreams of happier days. At midnight's solemn sacred scene, Where steals the wienrg ware; With wild buds, and with fiowrets green, She strews the new'-igade grave. And now jn memory's glass she throws, Her kindling eye of fire; Starts wild! and in her dreams of woes, She weeps th Lydian lyre. Fired at the sound of pity's tale, She beats her bosom bare; Rends the loose silken snowy veil, And waves her hanging hair. , , And'now againwhen Luna's light Illumes the gnrgling rills; Her son g awakes the shades of night, And dies along the hills. But ne'er the joys of youthful years, Shall bless thut heart of care; She wanders o'er the world in tears, The victim of despair. ' Harp of Delaware. TIME. On! on! still en! the boll of Time tolls on Its unregarded t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 August 1834

HAM A AMIEIBncDAM KV C. F. CLARKSOX. TERMS OP Tim AMERICAN. in advance $2,0 in six months; or 3,00 at he expiration of the year. Advertisements. i wwve lines, or isss, win oe inorted once or three times, for one dollar, and 25 fcnts will bs charg-cd for each additional insertion. HISTORICAL. PJPERY IN THE UNITED STATES. The following statements on this subject 1 U 41,-, T ri.:i it li i fere prepaicu uj mc jtrv. nmu r. i neips. fcbe read at the late anniversary m o:ing of he General Assembly s Uoard of Ld-ication Philadelphia. Mr. Phelps has cevoted Lrhof his time to the subject of Popery for lie last year or two, and his statements, we elicve, are generally correct, although we ink his estimate of the number of emigrants this country in iojj is too high, l he numraf foreigners which entered this country cluiing Canada, in 1832, we believe, was tween loO.OJOaad 2J0,0iX), and our impreson is that in 1S33 there was a grea': failing more than supplied in the year lbJ4. r. obs. That anot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 August 1834

3 -S4fti V' XI? WS OF TUB WEEK. THK IMOTKSTCD DRXFT. We perceive that the difference between he Hank of the United States and the Executive department of the General Govern.'.i?nt respecting the dishonored draft on iVancc. has been revived by a recent movement of the former; and, as the subject in volves some important considerations, and is being made we perceive, tho basis of very animated declamation among the political .varnals, we have deemed that a simple state ment of the facts connected' with the affair amy not be entirely unaceptablc: Br the Convention concluded bv our Min wt.or trith the Court of the Tuileries, the French Government (or more properly the Administration) agreed to pay the United Stairs the sum of twentv-nve millions of francs, or about five millions of dollars, as a commutation of the claims of our citizens tor rpoliations on cuf commerce during the days f the Revolution and the Empire. This sum was to be paid, we believe in instalments of live millions of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 August 1834

wmmm AMERICAN. O U O O Ii VI fi Ii E, I N D I A IV A. FRIO IT, AfCt'ST 13, 1831. ' Gubernatorial. The following is the t.o Miction for Governor and Lieutenant i i fir as WC l:ae nuaru: Mr.r:on Hamilton Putnam Morgnn Hancock Sielhv IS'optE. um 3T0 S.4 712 8-5 Bartholomew (v7 Scott 'l Jefferson 1021 Rush 1219 Franklin 1001 Favcttc 915 Wayne 2225 Johnson oil Union 709 Hcarborn 1 203 Switzerland 703 Decatur 869 Montgomery 859 Clinton 310 Monroe 5 IS Jackson 383 UK AD. 7TG 172 718 4S3 300 475 631 291 689 704 381 574 578 241 559 1039 297 326 461 178 673 577 Wallace. 1033 366 913 687 359 694 626 383 1179 1250 1063 1)60 2079 699 1012 771 861 1065 310 541 390 result of Governor Ct'LLEY 735 169 ISO 362 140 615 613 192 405 595 356 547 638 550 1292 295 330 216 160 604 475 (t After a drouth of several weeks, we expe- l a nencea a reiresnmg snower on eunesday evening Ust, which his very much revived drooping vegetttion, and cooled and purified the atmosphere. The Hon. John Robertson has been elec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 August 1834

J HARVEST HYMN. God of the year! with songs of praise, And hearts of love we come to bless Thy bounteous !ia:id, for thou hast shed Thy manna o'er our wilderness; In early spring time thou didst fiirg O'er earth its robe of Hossoming And its sweet treasures, dy by iay, Rose quick'nicg in thy blessed ray. And now they whiten hill and vala, And hang from every vine and tree, Whose pensile branches bending low Seem bowed in thankfulness to Thek; The earth, with all its purple isles. . Is answering to thy genial smiles, And giles of perfume breathe along, And lift to Thee their voiceless song. God of the season! Thou hast blest The land with sunlight and with showers, And plenty o'er its bosom smiles To crown the sweet autumnal hours. Praise, praise to Thev! Our hearts expand To view the blessings of thy hand. And on the incense breath of love, Go off to their bright home above. TI1F, MANIAC. She stood upon the high rugged cliff. That overhung the sea, Where the mighty waves were dashin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 22 August 1834

OCT' A A TVl iJI T1DTTT1 A -TvNT A OPR COUNTRY OCR COUNTRY'S iNTERET AND OUR COtJJtTRY's FRIENDS. BY c. F. CL AitKsoar. IIROOKYIL.L.E, INDIANA, FRIDAY KVE.MIVCi, AUGUST 32, 1834. not 34. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN i-2 in advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at e expiration of the year. pvKRTisEMENTs. Twelve lines, or less, will be ierted once or three times, for one dollar, and 25 nts will be charged for each additional insertion. AGIIICITjTIJIIAIj. A Tale for ChildFeta. IMPORTED HORNED. CATTLE. From the .New-York Commercial Advertiser. A few days since wc attended, upon invita- n. the private exhibition of a herd of full ooded English cattle, just imported, and desled to craze upon the rich pararies of Scioto. irhi'Mest expectations were realized for may well admit of doubt whether the aniils who cropped the herbage of the rich linsof Judea,some three thousand rear? ago, rpassed in beauty, according to the most ap- rilVPU MiUIUiHUS Ul ilMlUllUIHI lillt, LUC vv of cornuled animals to wl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 22 August 1834

Y Ki;VS OF TIE K WEEK. Arkansas RobbersErpedition against Arkansas baniiti twenty prisioners taken Administration of Lynch' s law. Our peaceable town presented, last week, more the appearance of a war camp, than the ;ibode of peace. An expedition composed mostly of our chief citizens, "thrice armed, their quarrels being just," set out from this place to take or exterminate a gang of lawless freebooters, infesting the Arkansas shore of the Mississippi for some hundred miles, who have been for several rears past, committing continual depredations upon the lives and property of individuals upon the river and in the state, and becoming nt length so bold as to require the measures adopted by our citizens, for the preservation of their lives and property. Their last depredation, was seiz ing, some twelve or twenty of them, a1 flat boat owned by Mr. William Mitchell, of May's Lick, Kentucky, laden with flour and whiskey that stranded on a sand bar about 12 miles below this town ; one or tw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 22 August 1834

4 AMERICAN. II R O O KYlMili, IIVI I A IV A. FRIDAT, ACGCST 2i, 1834. Thk Stvtr Loax. Wa have the pleasure of in- , , ; f.,fvi.i'.r our readers that tl;e htste Lean, amount---.wiii i t. lit if Ml Of HI In hunn rtnrin It had (tan hit Messrs. Prime, Ward, and King ofthe city of New York, at a premium of f .V2.0. It is now certain that we shall have a bark, and by exertions may go into operation in November next. It will be the duty for the State Directors to give notice to the tock-holders bO days previous to the payment of the first installment When this is done the Dank can go into operation in a few weeks. Gubernatorial. The fallowing is the result of the election for Governor and Lieutenant Governor is far as wc have heard: NoiU.K. IlFVD. WAT.T.ArS. CCT.T.KY, Marion 1020 770 UKW 73f Hamilton 370 172 300 109 Putnam STvl 743 JU3 4S0 Morgan 7 Pi 4SS 087 302 Hancock 21)5 300 350 1 10 Shelby 825 475 004 015 Bartholomew 057 031 020 013 Scott 304 201 383 19'J Jefferson 1021 089 1179 405 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 22 August 1834

A T A FUNERAL. ET BISHOP HEEER. Beneath our feet and o'er oar Lead Is equal warning given. Beneath us lie the countless dead, Above us is the heaven! Their names are given on the stone. Theirboncs arc in the clay,". And ere another Jay is gone, Ourselves may be as'lhey. Death rides on every passing breeze, lie lurks in every Co er. Each season has its own disease, , Its perils every hour! Our eyes Lave seen the rosy light Of youth's toft cheek decay And fate descends in sudden night On manhood's middle day. Our eyes have seen the steps of age Halt feebly towards the tomb, And yet shall earth our hearts engage And dream of days to come! Turn mortal, turn! thy danger know; Where'er thy foot can tread, The earth Yings hollow from below, And warns thee of her dead! MAN. Likc;to the falling of a star, Or as the flight of eagles are, Or like the fresh spring's gaudy hue, Or pearly drops of morning dew, Or like a wind that chafes the flood, Or bubbles which on water stood: Kv'n such is man...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 29 August 1834

NDDIIAMA AMIIEffi AM OOtt COUNTRY OUK COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. DV C. F. CI-ABKSOJV. i BRfcOKVUAE, INDIAA, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 29. 1834. T vt. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. 2 in advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at the expiration of the year. Xdvbktisements. Twelve line?, or less, will be inserted once or three times, for one dollar, and 25 cents will be charged for each additional insertion. A TALE. From the Western (Cincinnati) Shield. THE BUCCANEER. iXhe sails were filled, and fair the light winds blew, - A glad to waft him from his native home; And fast the white rocks faded from his view." Childe Harold. Whilst our country was yet in its infancy, and but a snort time previous to tne com mencement of that memorable struggle,which terminated in the political separation of the colonics from the mother country, there cruised off the shore of the West India Islands, a Rover, known bv Uic appellation of the -Black Buccaneer," a name given him from the color of his...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 29 August 1834

FOKEIGX XBWSk Forkion Itkxs. The present season, cfops -f all kinds in Ireland, are said to Jbe fine. The potato and wheat crops especially, are veryheavj. Every thing is plenty but money and tranquillity. Distress among the poor neems to be on the increase. The Tipperary Free Press of a recent date, rfs quoted in the eastern papers, says "We have heard from u. Thurlcs correspondent, on whose authority we may rely, that a great concourse of people, more than six hundred, paraded that town on Monday, headed by a man who bore a pole, to which was a fixed a loaf .of bread. The half famished creatures conducted themelves with great decorum, and said that they made the display in that peaceable manner, for the first time, in order that the gentry and respectable and wealthy inhabitants of the town should timely take their wretched convlition into consideration ; but if their anrjeals cither for food Oi- employment were not attended to, they should have recourse to those means pointed out...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 29 August 1834

ft ie" I AMERICAN. DROOKVILI'R, irVDIA.IV A. FftlD-W, AUGUST 20, ISS4. TWENTY FOURTH CONGRESS. We have authority for saying-, that GEORGE H. DlNN, r-sq. oi iawrenceburgn, is a candidate for Representative for this district, in the 24th Congress of the United States. OCTOBER ELECTION OHIO. The fallowing gentlemen are candidates for Congress in Ohio, in their respective districts: 1st. District. Robert T. Lytle, Bellamy Storer. 2J. Tay,or Webster, John M. U. McNutt. 4tfc. Thomas Corwin, Josiah Morris, Samuel II. Hile. Sth. Thomas L. Hamer. 6th. Samuel F. Vinton, Calvary Morris, Thos. M. Prate. 7th. Wm. Allen, Wm. K. Bond. Sth. Jeremiah M'Lene, Joseph Olds, Orris firish. 9th. W. W. Irvin, John Chaney. 10th. Samson Mason. 11th. James M. Bell, Wm. Kennon. 12th. Robert Mitchell, John Hamm, Elias Howsll. 13th. Charles Colerick. 14th. James Patterson, Wm. H. Hunter. 15th Jonathan Sloane. 17th J. Thompson, W. Blackburn, G. M'Cook, .G.Willard. ISth. Benjamin Jones, Samuel Quinby. 19th. Samuel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 29 August 1834

n ISCI2LL AIYEOCS. From the New York Evening Star. kTIIGSTAH3. TLe Evening Star! the Evening Start How tranquilly it beamsIt sheds its light o'er earth and hoaven. And still a day arceius. Wkbster. The JtmHhem Star! the .othern Star! What glorious ray a are thine With strong and clear unerring light. O'er all the w orld you shine. SpRAGrE. The Eastern Star! the Eastern Start With milder, sparkling ray. Emits a pure and shining light. Brig-lit a6 the noon of daj. Preston. The Souther S.'ar! the Southern Start Just risen in the 6ky, All full of light and brilliancy, , Guides us to liberty. Clay. The Western Star! the Western Star! What hearts are fixed on thee Light of my country! be not dim'd Till we again are free. UXE9 OS THE DEATH OF 3JA.POI.KOX. BY JOHN MALCOLM, ESQ. Oh! bury him deep in the limitless sea. Let his heart have a boudless grave, Whose spirit in life was as fierce and frea As the course of the tempest's wave. And so far from the reach of mortal control Were the deptl...

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