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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 June 1854

0 VtfZ AV't r'Äf'V ''17 N BY T. A. GOODWIN. BltOOKVJLLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE o, 185. VOL. XXII NO, Vj-sS-J?" V fcf the nlcr4lrrt Transient Advertising. OMMVUMrlMt,UirM wke 81,00 Kor every J4iUol aaaartlon uudar moBU. ... ;; Yearly Advcrtiaiug. Ob .uar of laa, one yaar - Ooe IwrUt Ol eolumn 3 mot . . taioi ...... !" m -lyenr ,...1j.0 Ob hIf Of aoliuna 3 ngi .10,00 w "emoa U"."1' . ' "Hajoa M Ooaeolamttl moe. 'If' !'!! u VJ no. For each loaertion over Hire weeke aud ee than three monlha, eeule ft i'juare will be diied. ., A equare eoea'.U of 850 iwi line Nonpareil. An thine; left Uian a equare to be founWdaaefull eiuari; fraction ovvr e-juare, a pare and half, fraction over a aiuare end a aaif, ae two enoareet and to on. Clnsuil ana Common rieaeCoort, Aw mtn Utra Won u l oüior totl nouc4, laml be J'ul'l tn advanco or amply eaeured. Inno cas will we aatltue Imui ofa utfortlie prlnter'a foe. Atoraeye will be held rtionelUl fur the legal ad ertiatnf; ordsred by liuim. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 June 1854

TOI IMHM AUERIC&II. BROOKVILLE, INDIANA UIDAY. JI XV. t, HAI. CT SIXOLE COPIES of tiro IXDIAXA AJIERICAXcm U had At tilts office, ne ally enveloped and propaid with stamps, at ? cents each. PIAEf immo. "The following aensiblo remarks were made (says the 'Missouri Caade,') t rIaIn gentleman at n tPufj!cradco meeting in an adjoining State. A young man Lad lately died In the neighborhood from intemperance. The ipoascr being called on arose and commenced his discourso somewhat in this way. "My Friend: You no doubt wilt bo surprised when I stato that you hare mach more regard for your heep than your offspring that you would rather save your mutton than tho touli of your children; and yet I think that I can convince you that what I say is nothing but the plain truth. Suppono that a wolf wer to visit your fold night after night, each tlmo destroying one or more sheep-what course wml d you adopt? Would ) ou remain quiet, and permit him to continue his deprc dations unmolested? O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 June 1854

From the Chanticleer. , Independent Candidate for Congress. JACOB PAGE CHAPMAN. C J TT TO aWUlO BTTHB VOTU Of Ml rsort.B. To the voter of the Oth Congressional district: For aoreral months past the suggestion h.M frequently been ma Jo to roc, that I should become! ft candidate to represent the peoplö of thia district in thHouoof Representatives of the United States. This has been done not by Democrat lono but by gentlemen of other parties, and by others who do not habitually act with ,auy party exclusively. After mature reflection, and I think with ft just understanding of tho great responsibilities I encounter, and the effect which will bo produced by tho stand I feel it proper to take, I have concluded to present myself to the neorjJe. with the determination to con tinue in this attitude until a vtrdict shall be rendered at the polls. I assume this position at some sacri fi of nersonal interest and ease: but these I Lave ever surrendered to a sense of duty, and such conduct has be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 June 1854

1 o c t z g . BT EXUta I BOiTWIC'IC TU ihmMh with me LiistU, My ktlUMtk Uj Goat, tall aa hour oa yonder lake, . An4 lUt whAl t hU ey. I will not talk flove.lUelW, Tay (ace wU frowae I HI. CiuU aaver break, U U7 forgot, Aad Uxom forgvl tbat will. TU folly HI, Iba tat prata A - tmck poV,a wbtm Uhw, A whim, aa I eea jvrovt. I loved I , on ,n4 Y.I foaad the iü U nnktnd; flow tw saaytsea etlnw.teerlaad, AfKr krt to find. j4r, from tbat eelteg ebade. Behind thJ ree klu Looks fort feir rarten' fc-w Te waken 7 bertja to-nlghl. A4 Margaret hatb kindly eye, Aa4nlU null, I veen, TW apeak a haartet eonslancy, Vaaaltls u4 sarea. Bat the art terj pal. Hielte, AA aU elgblgrewsahlll, Tie twbiV-hl ! fer . My eell will werkln Ul. TV w.iaa aU Ui, forgtvel TU Ii fclieoooil, M I Ut, Of Margaret, end the ml. lonlj wUhad Iky brt omh4; TboH not aogry long.) I Tbo klaaa Ihea ntalktak. Indeed, 1 ecare rea4U wron;. Ty MncM pained m, yet ! deemed Tboa wart o eoo,aaif Tha Uest eh! U day teowon, TayhtartU ln,Uae...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 June 1854

' i i i 1 1 1 i i ' i i " i i i i i - I r j ' n it n' Ji ii n ii i ii i r' '-.- . " ' -, , , i , , , - . . i i i i BY T. A. GOODWIN; T ; ' ' : '.'.',':: .' BROOK V 1 UM ' 1' IIA X K LI N COILNTV, iNiUANA, FRIDAY, JlfXIMG, I5I. : . -! '. ; ! ; '' VOL. XXII. 0. 23. ' ' mi- ' mit wnn nvitmjr i-nn n irt fn-t i rrnr rm i.i m rt 1 jiaaiiaiaaai m wmiai am i nnin ran imi nnT -t wrvir.-wjrK..vanLBwcma v-wm wiurrjtfw" ltmtaof Advrrtl! r,.,l "Pon l,y tbe luixfrlkfru . i ,. Transient Advertising . . On. .,uflrof t-, t'r w)k..... .... MO BwntUii ,.,.............' . Yearly' Advertising. Om ttiara of !, n T'" ' Um far wi af ruo 9 4 M A in oa .............. . I.l.i.u ltar 'H! n.i s.lf nfmenluma a mo.. M 9ioa....-. ill, IMI 11 mo 1.. iaUih at.ia. . ...... ......... I liumum .......'" ' i t .. -ror ob inritort oT-r thr ,k thin ibrr4 wonui, 35 n iarvm to 'tli'wnr eon.l.t of "0 "(nn-Lm l'nc SuhU4 M fall 'inri frtction r 4 i'ViMa, fc)f, M !lUf 4 Pt. rti.tii or!orJ by Uim. V -ABUmlnjcrUUtielorTr7,r'llKii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 June 1854

BROOKVILLE, INDIANA ritlDATi JllR 10 UM. sixa if copies of the IXDIAXA AMERICA Y can 1 ha.l at llii ofilco, neatly envelope J and propaid with starops, at five cents e.ach. rarxovKOTsixas. This asiociation, which wo wcro at Grt disposed to regard a a mcro hum bu, seem destined to obtain beyond any precedent. We . have already given the- principal the only object of the society, which i to counteract the influence" of foreign papists, m the gov ernmental affairs of this country. They do not propose, a we under stand them, to prevent the immigra lion of foreigners, nor their enjoyment of social, or political.or religioua rights but to counteractjthe manifest design of the Pope, to take possession of the places of power by his subjects. Somo seven months ago we alluded, in a few articles to the tendency of Romanism in this country, and the fearful fact that they acted in concert at elections, and that - they were I mattet for the party that would pay the highest price for them. Wo then...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 June 1854

ecAis of PEisnrri , , To be awarded at the Curd Annual Fair or T1TE FRAStRin CO. AURIC? LTV It At SOCIKTV, Clot l.-1'arm nnil Crop. COMMITTEE. ' Willujc M. 3iiRD, of Franklin co. Jons Uackleman, " " Joil Hcill'LTaf., M " For thittulilvtej farm f-i i Puf th oii.l best culUvaled farm I uO Fr the elLstay 00 firming generally i on Forthelnd Kasy on farming inerallj..!', 01 Clo ".llor. COMMlTTklt. Kun Ilcnr, of Frank l!a county. Joaxrn Wtjc.i, 44 44 KoicitWatt, efFwttö Jams AKMraoNi;t of Uuali " Tnowai FuRcxit, f Hamilton co. O. For th ton! bullion fur beaty it f aft, over four year eld... 0 for law iMiin4 best NUlllon for heavy traft, over four jeari old............. 4 (H) Forth bt a tsdlto for light draft ami saddle, over roar year old........ A ) . For th second btl stallion fir light draft aud saddle, over four year id. ...... ...4 oo Par th bMl Nullten for heavy draft, over litre eud ander four year..... nt For th aeeond best (iulllon far heary ''raft, over ihm ml under four years. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 June 1854

Öarious.2ttm5. rjoTiH.xsoc: Tbc street preacher poke according to aa announcement, at tho corner of Atlantic utut ?milli streets, about 6 o'clock, without anynorioni interrupt lion, A There v?a unusually Jorg nttctjJance. composed of the Know Nothing front ew Yor't und Brook. jn, nurabcrin! orao 5,000,' and a lar"i crowd of Irish Catholics, and others drawa thre a spectator.. A few, fco . kcani-h noUy wer ' Ulca charge of,. -ly the police, find locked Wlic'j tho Treacher had concludixl hU Lreotypu tirad, Uuihnowom ingifrora Ncvr YorWorrried in procession, and marched toward Catharino Ferry, being escorted by their RrooUjn friends. Throuch Smith t. Fulton avenue, Fulton and Main ita. they were suffered to proceed without interruption, until tho head of the riro. cession arrived at the corner of Main nml Front st. when one of a party of rrinbotfn. nearly a.1 intoxicated, who had eoecTTCEratcd there threw a stone Scarcely hail tho missile left hit hand when he received a pistol ball in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 June 1854

mjDBIiDnUIIlICiD. BROOKVILLE, INDIANA ritlDAT Jl Xll C3a tat iT SIXOLE COPIES of the IXDTAXA AMERICA A'can U had at this office, neatly enveloped and prepaid with atamps at &t cent each. XXCTTZXBtT 4T WEST mCIOH. Our usually quiet and orderly neigh ¬ boring village, West Union, was thrown into quite an excitement the first of tili week. It may not bo. generally known hereabout that there t pot n drop of liquor kept for sale in tho village. Buch I) tho fitct. One day last week, two or three of tho 'wild boys' of West Union procured enough whisky tomako them crazy, and then Licked Thk Mails. Martin uick lias received the contract for carrying the j mail -from Urookvillo to ltossvillc. It is to go but twice a week, Wednes days and S.iturditys.1 Wc regret this! change ; of time, and hope that the citizens of Mt. Carnal and Wynn, ill rose to address the convention, but Mr. haveFruUy substituted for Saturday, Bright could not, for a long time, rec. without delay. It will certa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 June 1854

rSOM OTT& LIBERTY COSSTSPOTTDOT . Jt'.vE 19th, 1854. fMa. Editor: In mylasl.I informed you that the "Vagabond Temperance Lecturers" were expected (o visit us. The riends of the cause looked for a rare treat, -while the enemies hung their heads in despondency. Well, the day arrired, and before 10 o'clock, crowds were to be seen wending their way to the fair ground, the place of meeting. There was some disappointment felt, when it was announced that Hawkins was not present: ,. But this was soon dispelled when Jccelyn in his eloquent style began to address them. He kept them chained to ho spot for about three hours, by his un- - answerable arguments, interspersed with witiciam, By the way Jocelyn is a full team, hitched to the temperance car. Everything progressed harmo. nionsly and in good order, except that a doggery keeper' sign, had strayed away from improper owner, and was found at the meeting. But not being able to ascertain the rightful owner (none claiming ! t,) not...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 June 1854

Domical. mrrrrj reu nntmLEcnoa c? ADOr"Wo gave last week orao facta in reference to tho influence of forcignsri among us which mj be construed 'into an opposition, to our adopted fellow citizens. That there is cause for uh remark will bo additionally apparent from Tending the following from Uio Cincinnati inquirer. We are pleased that tho Enquirer ipcals thus plainly, after having for ten or fifteen years encourrged this tlurrhnest, which, ho now condemns. We can almost forgiro tho injury ihat it, and Ladrcd sheets have done the foreignen, and the country by o long encouraging tho Germans and IHsh to act as such at the polls. It is an injury that can nover bo repaired. It has given rise to movements and measures that we fear will end mischievously. It is worthy of note that tho Enquirer was sever aware of this danger, until sincojLhe German, inabody had abandoned the Dcmocratio party in Ohio, on account of its pro-slavery tendency, and oilier questions, here is tho article: We have ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 30 June 1854

"wi M 1 W 11 " . V -i , - . MxA 'b fei b Vbir fell fei A 4v r trs . BY T. A. GOODWIN. BROOKVILLE. FItANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, IS51. VOL. XXII NO. 23. ( ItaUeosjf A4rrUiff"fM hjr the aubacrlbaral Transient Advertising. One equareorte, ihre week. II For e-ery addtUonal awertloa under n month ,..... .....J Yearly Advertising. Onee urt or l, n yar - Od form of a column 3 mot M mot ,ouo -M-ear 13,' On half of iroUma S moe..... i!M!ü m flmoe.. ... ...w.w H mo w'l'UIi Od columns mo '"?- !5 .. .. t (Hilm ... 33,11 4 H mo 4.oo For esck Inaertloa o-er thrt week and than Mim month, 83 nU a square will t) added. ,, A quar eonUU of 30 tan line Wonparell. Anything lets then a quar lo b eonnWdaaafull euuar; a fraction or a square, as a qnr and a half; n fraction -r n iquer end A half, lwoiuraet aadao on. Circuit tad Common riae'oort,Arolnltr ltonan.lothrl;l notice, mail b advane or amply eaeared. Inno III w ait in tu of a est forth prtntar'e fo. Attorn will bald r onaibt fur vii lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 30 June 1854

ynilUBIAHA AUEBIEAH. BUOOKVILLE. INDIANA FRIDAY Jl E SO 1S34. SIXOLE COPIES of the XDIAXA AMERICAN em be had at this office, neatly enveloped and prepaid with tamps at fi-e cents each. PATBJCX HETCtTS 80JT. Ths youngest son of Patrick Henry died not long ago, poor, and alone, in a public houio in Floyd county, Virginia. Recently the tavern keeper applied to oreraeera of the poor, for special grant to indemnify him for boarding, funeral expenses, cc, This was refuted on the ground that retrospective appropriations are unauthorized, and that it would be establishing an improper precedent. TS2DISIT POOL. Oil SPITTISO Ef THS vu uc" DISH. nis death says that ma name was wa- The unsophistfeatcdofour land have thaniel. He said he was young when I . .1 I'll. .... 1. - I 111 often wondered why pontics should be so dirty a pool, that respectable and decent people may not dabble in it. The fact has long been admitted that it is a sacrifice, that a good man can hardlv afford to make, to consent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 30 June 1854

(Sorrtsponbtnte. Aurora, Jcsk 15th, '61. Mr. Editor: Had you bcn present at Aurora on Tuesday, June 14 th, you vrould hare seen some of the results of organized nnd systematic effort in tho present great Tomperanco Morcment. Tho word had gono out, that there would be a great "Temperanco Meeting" on the day above mentioned, but the gathering far exceeded all expectations, all were surprised, the rummies perfectly dumb-founded, when tho crowds came pouring in, from almost every direction, you might have heard every few steps, "where did all these people come from, "when will they be done coming," but tho object of their coming was beautifully expressed in an inscription on one of the banners, "WE COME TO SAVE," yes they came to save their children, husbands, brothers, friends and country from the fell destroyer, the liquor traffic. After marching through the principal streets we met in a grove near Hon. II. Walker's residence, where the vast multitude, estimated at between six and sev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 30 June 1854

nCTO XT WAS LONE. The Lafayette Courier in speaking of the late Stute Democratic Convention, tell how the nfTair waa conducted. The editor of the Courier i n dernocrut, but is opposed to the Ncbrnstalill. We give place to this and similar articles for the bcru fit of our Democratic readers, n they do not find such in the paper of our neighbor.There h n growing deposition upon tho part of ft large number of demo crats to ret up another ticket, to bo composed of men opposed to the repeal tf tho Missouri Compromise. It U not our place to interfere, but at the wbi party in nil probability will not hare a ticket, and a we cannot, and will not voto for any man for any offict, who it in favor of tho Nebraska net of infamy, we trust the Democracy will bring out another ticket, for which we can vota. If llier uro competent men we will gire them our liumtlo influcnco and vote. At our only object is to sccuro an expression of opinion upon this creat question, we trust no whig will bo placed up...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 7 July 1854

BY T. A. GOODWIN. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1854.VOL. XXII.-NO. 2. Ilteaf Advrtlslnv agreed upon y tlie subscribers: Transient Advertising. Onssqatreor le,tk.r weeks...- fl,00 For very sddlUonsl assertion under month ..S3 Yearly Advertising. m Ones qaare or Ion, one yssr. ........ ..--5.0fl One forth of s eola ma 3 moi 96.00 "Smos M lyear U On half of aeolumn 1 moi.. 10,00 " 4 eraos ... 20, (to Hj m), M 30,00 Oos column 3 not s-00 m '-Imoi.... ,00 m 13 moe 30,00 For eaek liMrtlon orer Ihre week and than tare month, S3 cent a square 111 be added. A aqnare consists of 230 ems ten line Nonpareil. Aoythinic lee than a square to be eounUdaa full uaira; a fraction oer a quare, a squsrs anuaaslf, afracttoaoverasquars and a AaLf, a two iQuarua; and o on. Clrauil and Common PleasConrt, A -3 mlnlstra tlon and other legal aotieea. But be paid In advancs or amply secured. Inno caie will we awattlhaliauoofa tut forth prtotor'i foe. Atlorney will be held re oosible for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 7 July 1854

minim auerico. BROOKVILLE. INDIANA pgr SIXÖLE COPIES of the aXDIAXA AMERICAS can bo had . at this office, neatly enveloped tnu pre paid Vith stamps at five cents', each. THX CXJEBQY POLITICS There Is a sensible difference In the ton of th press, latslr In regard to elmrt men. Tho fierce iplrli of de nunciation esughtirwrn Douglas, Petit and Mion I be'.ng moderated. The "Itinerant Vsgtbonds" are becoming "raioected ministers" their right ia be ing icknowlodged. The reason ia apparent. The demagogues, big- and little, tad demsgojue orgta-yrinJcrs, whether iUU or county grinds, hire discovered that the same aternepirit which prompted the Independent the Puritan clergy In the dayeof Jam 2d, of England, to refuse the billof Irdulgencee, though brlnglngthem peace.plenty and position, because It wu Illegal a violation ol migna Charta, wae alire In the hvarts or American Clergymen. They knew their right. They would not atloum like whipped Spaniel at the behest of those who thought themselve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 7 July 1854

LETTES rSOX C. T. CLARKSOM. Extra Toll Gates Wall ttreet Brokers Poor market Women- Crystal Palace Know Xothinjs Money matter, te. de. Nw York, June 2Cth, 1854. Probably your readers would be pleased to knowhowr cheap, apparently, you can now travel from Cincinnati to New York. It is not necessary to inform you of tho impositions and in diomüe vou have to undergo" It is O 4 useless to relata the latter as you will find that out soon enough when you try it. The strife between the Hamilton $r Dayton, and the Littlo Miami Roads, has brought fare down very low. You are informed by handbill that it costs only 810 60, from Cincinnati to New York. It is true this is tho rrywar but thev stick on the extras so - j thick and fast that you must notlcaye home without your pocket-book well etuffcJ with what the New 1 orkers call 'Indiana. Wild-Cats, the Wall ttrcet war of sneaking of Indiana Inw depent Democratic Banks. The Presidents of the Kailroads must be in partnership with the Bar bers. bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 7 July 1854

From the Cincinnati Organ. at crrusipoiis. Thi bodr convened on the 24th of May. and adopted a platform certainly novel for that party, in this wr-e of the world. They have embodied in their ' platform the following whithj plank, which boldly proclaim them the enemies of prohibition. It reads ' thus: Resolved, That intemperance is a great moral and social evil, for the rsstraint aad correction of which legislative interposition is necessary and proper; but that we cannot -approve ' of any plan for the eradication or corrti of thia evil, that must neces- arily result in the infliction of greater ones; and that we are therefore opposed to any law upon this subject that will authorize the searching for or seiiure, confiscation and destruction of private property." Thea they think legislation may legitimately throw some mild restraints around the liquor traffic, but must not presume to enact any law that ould prove destructive to so darling an item Of private property 1 This is a mere q...

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