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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 January 1835

7. F.CLVKKSOX TERMS OK THE AMERIC1X. t-i in aJvancc $"2,i0 in six months; or $3,00 at jo eairation ot tne r ir. P'eeX T,..al.rr l;n... r.t- Ip u-! H tin ' i ...i nr tliree times, for one dollar, and 2-j will be charged for each additional insertion. U1VS OP THE WEEK. " W.v?niNro.N, D. C. Dec. "26, 1S34. fii.t FJHor the Courier y qatrrr: I n.nr propose to discuss nations: Pirsl. Did the Fi followinr nerotiatlr5 li'H tiLiiuuili IU lilting lllltreatv, an to pl('Se tne of the na tion that it should he carried into full force n J effect? Second . If they did assume this authority, was the assumption, or was it not.in conformity with the known and acknowledged Constitution of France? A decision of these questions will decide K i-rt n 111 li.-ri ( i 4 -. t- 4 1. si whether the President is correct in the assertion that "the treaty was duly ratified, in the mmner prescribed by the constitution of both countries." The French ministers did not pretend that thsv could pledge the faith of the n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 January 1835

INDIAIVA LEGISLATURE. Indianapolis Jan. 16. On Wednesday evening, the Committee of the whole, in the House of Representatives, to which had been committed a bill pro viding for ad advalorem system of taxation. concluded their deliberations, and the bill ! with its amendments were reported to the House; but before a question was taken thereon, the House adjourned. No amendments were made, materially 4changing the principles of the bill as introduced. The general features of the bill may be gathered from the first sec tion, which provides, "that all lands and town lots and all buildings and improvements erected thereon or affixed thereto, which is the property of any individual, or individuals, body corporate or politic; " alo all personal property, including household furniture, over the valueof one hundred and fifty dollars; all moneys loaned at interest on simple contract, bond or mortgage: the capital of all merchants and exchange brokers employed in this state; all capital in pub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 January 1835

- iky. K j n R 0 QKj7' ' E 1 11 1 A y A FKlD ir J AX. 83, 1S35. ('.uflfJ!'11"" lbiib""i lie aiviiiuau, .stMuVm authority, that O. II. Smith, Esq. will jot be candidate for Rep resentatite in the next Cmoress 1,111 's a c''116 for tne United State's nite, as successor of the Hon. Wm. Hendricks, e term of service expires two years from next Mircl. The Watchman supposes that there will y onlr tvo candidates on the track in that district it the ensuing Congressional election (i.e.) Gn. jlCarty and James Rariden, Esq. We liave heretofore omitted to notice that Mr. Junes D. t-V)bb, of Decatur county, has been ansaunced in some of the papers as a candidate for Representative from this (4th) Congressional District. Fsesch Treaty. The New Yoik Courier and Enquirer of January 10th. says: "We learn from Washington, on undoubted authority that a majority of the Committee of the House of Representatives hd determined against reporting a bill entrusting to the President a discretionary power to n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 January 1835

-I i I i SUBLIMITY AND BEAUTY. How blest upon soma craggy Bteep, To view old ocean's waves, As o'er the flashing-, foaming deep The wild wind madly raves. To hear the deep toned thunder mocked. O'er lofty echoing hills around; Yhile groaning oaks by lightning shocked, Fall crushed and scattered o'er the ground. 'Tis sweet to view the lightning leap From crag to crag, to hear the roar Of mountain billows as they sweep And burst upon the sandy shore; While o'er the waste of waters free, The lofty ship obeys the wind, And like man o'er eternity, Leaves not a track or trace.behind. But sweeter far is it to see All nature bursting into bloom; Like beauty from death's mandate free, Rising in glory from the tomb, When April like a tearful maid, Comes tripping forth with bosom bare. And May in blushing smiles array'd Waves her white arms and golden hair. But Summer's ever when high in Heaven The moon in majesty appears, Of all the scenes by God e'er given. Is loveliest to the young in years...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 30 January 1835

nwiiDn AM A AJ mm EflCDAM nV C. F. CL IKKSO.IT. TEUM3 0FTHEAMERICAX. f ' in advance $-,50 in ix months; or $3,00 at .. 1- d t is e m t x t s . T wel ve lin;s,or less, will be .tp.l nnre or three times, for one dollar, and .II'1 n will be charged for each additional insertion. MXtUiESSlO-YAL SUMMARY. t length e may presume the two Houses - faii lv under war for the session, with a -solution lo ni;ike the nest possible use ol e seven weeks of political consequence licit remain to them. We are aware that wheel of legislation does not usually aciirc its highest momentum until the more .'lortant Committees have reported or, ore Jefinitelv. until the Committe of Ways il Moans have submitted their annual An--ojuiaiioii Bills. H e trust, uowever, tliat in us instance, with so many important and jlicate nutters pressing upon their attention, ir Legislators will not allow another week i be lost in procrastination. Oa Thursday, the 2d inst. the House was ij short time in session, though to lit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 30 January 1835

tiianapz!is, Jan.? 23, 1835. Oar report of proceed in its is un to Wpd nesday evening. The ad valorem bill of the f louse of Kepresentatives is under discussion m committee ol the whole in the Senate. It will be perceived hv rpmlnim., r t Long, that the subject of a general system of menial improrement is al3o agitated in that body. In the Uoure of Representatives, on Wed- . J I" x tr t mm 1 . 7 uesuayur. Marshall Irom the select committee, to which was rrfpi-rnt rl untiii,. r I Cotmtock and others, for a continuation of tne charter ot the Farmers' and. Mechanics' Bank of Indiana for 520 years, reported a bill on that subject; which was read twice, and, on motion of Mr. Kelso, committed to a com mittee of the whole, and mi. In c...;i der for Monday next. The usual orders of business being suspended, in the afternoon the general Improvement bill, as amended by the select committee of three, came up for the action of the House. It will be perceived, by our report of proceedings, that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 30 January 1835

y A 35 ERICA N. n R O oil VllL li E, 1 A l I A IV A. TRID.iV, JAN. SO, 1S.13. f"iis"isos. This is near the close of January. Durhij this month wo have enjoyed more of the miU tvv'ivrsof Spring, than of the chilling- blast cf old Hore.s. No frozen mercury no mountains ai trees clothed in their livery of white; no thermometers rendered inoperative, by the cold, have we experienced. While our neighbors f the northtrn States have been freezing, with the thermometer at 42 degrees below tero, we have hardly had a lint of our proximity to the torrid lone. While th;y have been enjoying all the pleasures of sleighing, we have been wading about in mud, half leg dij, without even snow enough to track a rabbit. Vo2tht or issitatios. A friend forwarded to ui daring the present week, the names of ten hood sw sibscribkrs to the Indiana American, which he hd procured iu his neighborhood. May ho live t thousand years! We are under lasting obligations of gratitude, to those who have contributed to th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 30 January 1835

VARIETY. LINES WRITTEN IN THE SAND. In merry boyhood there was one, Who shared my youthful heart; We swore no fortune and no fate m Our destinies should part. But as we twain to manhood grew. Time broke the golden band, And proved that mutual oath of oura Was written injhejaad. Youth brought with it a gayer dream A fond and lovely one Smiled on me, till love's tics seemed wound Too fast to be undone; Faithful till death we pledge ourselves, With willing heart and hand; We lived to know that plighted vow Was written in the sand. Ambition whispered me to trust His promised path to fame, And with devortion I essayed To play his desperate game; What gained I, but the blasting fir My own wild hopes had funned I Alas, the promise I pursued Was .written in the sand. Wealth tempted me with golden hoards, Her proffers were to me, Like green and sunny islas to those Long tossed upon the 6ea; I grasped at gain, and, day by day, fc New schemes of profit planned; The luring phantom proved at la6...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 13 February 1835

DMDDAMA AMIMBII.CDAK' OCR COUNTRY OCR COUNTRY'S iNTlTREST AND" OCR COCNTRFS FRIEVDS. BVcTf.CLARKSO.IT. BROOKVILLE, INDIANA, IRIDVY EVEMSc;, FEBRUARY 13, 1835. . TSJr .-.. 4- v 1 . Xo. 7. TSSIMS OP TIIS lMe;MCA. 6 in advance 2,5!) in six months; or 3,00 at the expiration of the year. AovKtrrissMSN-TS. Twelve linrts,or less, w ill be fcisorti-d once or throe times, for one dollar, and 25 iontj will be charged for each additional insertion. Ft?' ." ;i""2 View of the IT. SSacs. From the .Alto ForA'cr. TfIR F.r.ECTIOY OP IS31. Xfe promised, some weeks since, in commenting on apirtisiti sfitament of the results of the Elections' in the several States during the past year, to present at tiia earliest practicahle period, a general review of thoa Elections, with their political bearinfs and consequences, so far as .they have been brought within the scope of unquestioned facts and fiturrts. In doing this we need not say that our best endeavors shall as heretofore be used to guard aminst tha s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 13 February 1835

NEWS OF THE WEEK. ATTEMPT TO ASSASSIN ATETIIE PRESIDENT From the Globe, of Jan. 31. While the President was at the Canitol yesterday, in attendance on the funeral of the Hon. Warren K. lJavis,from South Carolina, Richard Lawrence, a painter, resident in this city, attempted to shoot him. Col. Lane of Indiana, informed u.?, thai he sawthis individual enter the hall of the House duriu"- the delivery of the funeral sermon. Before its close, however, he had taken his stand on the eastern portico, near one of the columns. The President, with the Secretary of the Treasury on his left aim, on retiring from the lietundo to reach his carriage at the steps of the portico, advanced towards the spot where Lawrence stood,who had his pistol concealed under his coat, and when he nnnroarhod within two yards and a half of him, the assassin extended his arm and levelled the pistol at his breast. The percussion cap exploded with a noise so great that several witnesses supposed the pistol had tired. On...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 13 February 1835

r1 t -1 n e nv er al he in .1 01 1 1 & )1! in 1 tl tto c ,0P tioq lb- sen iitoi ei xoi bol ,iai 3 a n e u ica nr. i FRIDAV, FEB. 13, IS35. (tyO.ir friend at Philanthropy, who forwarded M on M md.iy lart, the names of live indivduals, n-shing the American from the first of the present joiuine, is informed that we have "run-out" of the rst Nos. of this volume, having been a greater ;cession to our list than we anticipated, at the joininciiccrRCnt of the year. We have obtained as msnvofthe back numbers as we could, and have forwarded them. The others will be sent, if they in be procured. 5" The Legislature of this State adjourned on Monday last, after a session of nine weeks. Whether the tate, or the people, have been bettered any by the list session of the Legislature, is more than can say. It will be seen, by our Legislative proceedings, that the ad ralorcm system of taxaf.oa has become a law. UI the features of this Uw, we know nothing. So soon as we receive it, H will b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 13 February 1835

' - From the-American Traveller. TIME. Chide not the lingering hours of life, Its toils will soon be o'er, Its schemes of glory end of -strife, Its dreams and disapoilitments rife, Witt vex the heart no more And yet the very souls that grieva A moment's weary track, Perhapa in after years would gire, A world to win It back. Chide not the lingering lapse of time Xor count its moments dull; For soon the bell with mournful chime, -Will waft the spirit to a clime, -More bright and beautiful ! A land where grief will never fling Its darkness on the soul ! Where faith and hope shall gladly wing Their path without control. Chide not Time's slow and silant hours, Tho heavy they may seem; The past hath sought oblivion shores The present, which alone is ours, ; passing like a dream; And they who scarcely heed its track, Or wish-its course morefast, With fruitless prayer may yet call back One moment of tha past. Chide not a moment's weary flight, Too soon it speeds away; And never brings the h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 20 February 1835

B V C. F. CLIUKSO.X. TERMS OP THE AM ERIC AX. in advance $'2,-0 in six months; or $3,00 at .-.expirat ion of the year. nvKRTtssKTS. Twelve linos, or less, will be iirf l once or three times, for one dollar, and 25 will he charged for each additional insertion. tintII 13 11 A T E IX HOVSE OF REPRESEATATirES. Mokdav, Feb. 2d, 1S35. -py following resolution of Vr. McCarty, a fidiM ty 'e committee on Indian Affairs, being -Jtr consideration: xResolrt'J, That the President of the U. Stales It requeued to transmit to this House copies tf all lf"ers and correspondence now in the executive or fftir Departments, or in the office of the Committer of the General Land Office, of all Indian ice! and snb-agents,atd other persons connected rlh. or relating- to, the survey, location, sak, and -3'ifrr of all Indian recerves of lands East of the glulssifpi riter, since the year 1S25, vp to this (',. a'id a!s all the orders and communications fnrn th Ecet'itive of the. U. S'a'es, through the 'jf'ar De...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 20 February 1835

i 4 i i i i! 11 i! 1 ! ! i -4 i n "i - c'arge of envying the member is too ridiculous to require any other correction than flat denial. I can neither envy nor imitate that member, in his principles, pretensions, disposition, or character, lie has said that it is "a wanton waste of time" to correct all his mis representations. I now join in that opinion, and abstain trom adverting to many, which, I trust, the people at home are sufficiently ad vised to appreciate as -they deserve. Of this number I pass over his preposterous preten sion to extraordinary services in this House, and his remark upon politicians who "aban don their first love." All such imposition can be detected without notice here, and I think it unnecessary to say more. Here ended this personal discussion, and the Question was' eventually taken on the a- mended resolution, as heretofore stated. National Intelligencer. THE GENERAL POST OFFICE. The Post Office Committee of the Senate, specially charged by a resolution of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 20 February 1835

ifAMERICAN. nROOKYILIE INDIANA. FRIO AT, FEB. 30, 1S33. -CrRect'0- 1 tl,e proceedings of the niv-tii!'T I l,,'s ll 'ce on the 6th inst. and pubI sUf l in 'r l"15' in t,ie 'ine tle won "M'iJ:" occurs, intfadof "sp,cfied.n And the61stline should read -nie oar selection and vote accordt" i"'y" 'ns,ca of "wai our selections according-jj--We are authorized to say that Lewis 31. Clirk is a candidate for the office of Constable for Brookville township, at the ensuing spring election. rj-Capt. David Hays is also a candidate for re-election to the office of Constable of Brookville township. 1 rr.ii.iTivE Acts. We have received a list of the titla of the acts passed at the last session of the Legislature of this State. We have selected the most important, which are of a general nature,! wLich will be found in another column. There were near three hundred acts, memorials, and joint resolutions passed, but most of them were locating roads, and chartering companies and institutions. We shall pub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 20 February 1835

VARIETY. From the Atw Yorker. "TALES OP TUG BORDER." Under this title Judge Hull h.is just given to the reading public another volume of the delightful sketches of Scenes and Manners in the West. It needs no quotation to give assurance of their excellence to the many who are already familar with his style of mingled graphic simplicity and unfailing humor. To those who are not,wc would commend the following brief extract, illustrative of primitive life in Missouri: "Some twelve or thirteen year ago, when the good land on the northern frontier of Missouri was beginning to be found out, and the Tillage of Palmyra had been recently located on the extreme verge of the settlements of the white men, uncle Moses, who had built his cabin hard by, went into that promising village one day, in hopes of finding a letter from his cousin David, then at Louisville, and to whom he had written to come to Missouri. Three hours' pleasant ride brought him to totcn. He soon found Major Obadiah ,vho had b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 February 1835

AY 2 jaw BY C. F. CLAUIiSO.. TrIRMSOt'TIIK AMKHir.VX. IfJia advance -U ta sis months; or $3,00 at t oviiimtion of the vwr. ovi:;sTis"E rs. I welvc Iinrts,or loss, will he ..jrted ones or three times, for onr dollar, and 25 will be charged for each additional insertion. V... - WHITE-WATER CAXAL. KiliViir IS TilE OIIIO LEOISLATLKE. f e 6Slect joint committee, to winch was referred thjcoiiimvinication troin t he Governor of Indiana, :ther with the memorial and joint resolutions o; that State, requesting' the General Assembly flftiutite of Ohio, to authorize and permit the H.;.J Stito of Indiana, to construct that part of ut cr-utemnlated Whitewater Canal, Pkieh lies jhm the borders of Ohio, have had thesubject ss.!er consideration, and have agreed upon the f.vbwing report, viz: That at the last session of this Legislature, the request of the Legislature of Indiana' juhitions were adopted authorizing the i anal mmissioners of the Slate ol Indiana, their Tineors, agents, ana assistants, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 February 1835

fiat p.iqr Alt I K T Y. resolution, m l propose UVoivide the annual surplus rev eille into such numSerof shares as tliere are Sja-tv.s 1i I 'teprosentatives, to be divided am vig tha Slates in proportion to their repre sentation, with tw shires to each lern'.ory and the District of Columbia. The Co;n;njttc propose, also, tb c ynactmjnt of a for which they repovt -.t bill, to regulate the'Dcposites of the puh'.ic money; and tha ennetm vit of one of the bills rcporlo. J by a Select Com n ttee hi 1S23, to regulate the patronage of the Government. After the reading of tha report was finished, t'ie Joint ItesoluIo.i proposing the distribution of the surp',:;s revenue, and the two Kill, were severally presented and read the first timo. Mr. Calu lev moved that the Joint Reso- tion be now read a second time, with the view of m iking its consideration the order of the day for a particular day. Mr. Bsxvo.v objected to its being now read the second timo, and, as it required unanimous consent, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 February 1835

!n1 1 tt r .v tnc lo bj it i: nts irr e fsel she1 S IS li n II if or em 111! iSt r i li mi! rn .lacl of !r(r. sl.e up ot t air.q ; Si) li rarity rcf sec O H' nini )r c ciou-' to e. ft to d A b o" vTiTbj e, a i a iv a. F5IOM , FEB. 2T, ISW. Ja,.t. DAVID II YS, an.! Mr. LEWIS 31. 1 , . f -11 1, 1 RK arJ candidates i,r i.onsiaoies oi dtook- e f.v. :ii.ip. Wo arc authorize.! also to sav that J. O. St. IV, WILLIAM CASE, and HENRY COAL- JT are candidates for tlie same offices. ira!GN- I lie ljCg:si:iue nunni ui .uicm- hive passed a bill authorizing; the I oople of t-i . .ri T- ;t territory to lorm a uovernmcni. i ne c;on for Delegates takes pliceen the 4th of ;!, a:id the convention for forming a State Con ation ni3cts on the 2J Monday in May. iiiTEW.vTKn Ca.n.vi. a.m Ohio. It will be seen the Re.wt upon our first page that the Com- tteeof Ihe Ohio Legisl iture to whom was refer ee resolutions of our Legislature upon the sub- tofthi Whitewater Canal, have, contrary to all ioniblJ expectat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 February 1835

IF1"1" STANZAS. BY M. A. BROWSE. My heart is not as once it was Gone are its proud and early flowers; And nought is left nic but to pass On earth a fow dark weary hours; My hopes are gone, li:;e April blooms That died and left no fruit behind; My feelings lost liko rich perfumes Flung on the careless summer wind; Yet I have one hope yet remaining One that shall be a certainty That soon shall come, my soul's enchanting. To die to die. When T am in the fostal throng, The gay, the young, the proud, the vile, When I think how to them belong The hollow tear the heartless smile:' When I behold the morning light Stealing upon them unawares. And see how ill the mirth of light The tcorehing glare of sunshine bears: When I think how to them belong All false, and shrinking from truth's eyeAgain the wish my spirit traces To die to die. When I with Nature am alone, At the sweet birth of morning's hour, Or when the bright sun from his throne Looks hotly on my fresh green bower.M hen I reflect, th...

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