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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 October 1854

."'r' "' . ' j1 )! ''. . Pi il SOI e .ii BY T. A. GOODWIN. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY; INDIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27,1854.. VOL. XXII.- NO, 45. . - . jyj- rvVY a s&Cv CsibJ 'ids . v .WPA n -rr or iDVErtTISIXG. 9ntiuareort,thr') woks.... ?ijW or vry adJlllooal aatorlloa under MnKtKa . ...... . . .S3 -Yearly Advertising. One rpire or lei, ono year OaerortaofaeoluraaS moe 'SI mot J"-"" m year... 13'" On halfefaeoluma 3 mo "O'JJJ " " moe ?? " 1 -not M Oos column 3 mo 'Jim t. 8 wo. ..... H mo. ...M For each Insertion over Ihre week sua than three mouthi.Si eents a square will 6 fVanar eoniiitt of 330 on. ton lln.i Honparell. Anything let hn e square lo D eoandie.! fall -Hr; frai-uoo over a square, ait eqtiare au.l a hair, a fraction over a sqaaro and a A I .. I . ..J .".rnnna PIl',I.DrL Al mlulitrl lion auJ other legal ooücea, raotl bo paid la advanco or amply .ocureu. m nv ..ink. . r an i rr iha nrtuter'a fee. J torneya will be held rtootlble for Iho legal ad'Annoenclngoendld...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 October 1854

TAI IBBIABA AUEBICAB. BROOKVILLE, INDIANA FBlPAYt OCTUUF.Il 27t lSSt. X3T SINGLE COPIES of the LVDIAXA AXEIilCAXcw be bad at this office, neatly enveloped and pre paid with stamps at He cents each. 'oca 7 LAO 13 tniRi. Far President lu 185C J, CCOTT HAERISON, ; OY OHIO. For Tic President .WILLIAM F. JOMSON, : OF MSSSTLVAKIA. Sabject to the decision of tbe American People. TUE BANKS. The pesent is a critical time in money matters. The Brokirs who live by panics and fatten only at tbe expense of others, bare succeeded in creating alarm and discrediting oar State Stock money. They are now reaping a fat harrest by sharing all who come within their reach. They began some two months ago by running on our free banks in bopes of breaking them, bat that sefceme'did not succeed. They then refused to take their notes in Cincinnati, except at a ruinous discount, when they knew that at the counter of the banks they could and would receive gold for them. The result is, the merchants of Cincinnati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 October 1854

bo cud roa salt riteh: The "new lino" Steinier, Ncbrfts kit.' wi'.latnrt far the h'al wAtori of! Kilt Uivcr in a few Jays, umlor thct commnv. of the following ofTiovrs: Capt.J.l). llnjht: Mot, J. A. Wright; V. J. Ilrown, Clerk. O. N. Fitch; Sie war J, A. V. WillarJ; .Scttl lion, John lVttlt; lUr-Kcj'or, John LarJuil Kohinsun; Chnt.l.iiri. W. C. LrtraW. Every pMcn;f r will bo re quired to furnUfi Mi own Mipply of "prirato property, a, th Uür m in tended for the cxclusivj uo of tlio of ficcra! "Itinerant vagabond" need not pr ly for pna;j Vi no preaching Vill bo allowed la tho new colony cx cept by tho ChrtpUin, nni llorainU Priest.! ".hbie" will not bo Allowed to cat at tho first table! "Siu.attcr Bovf rcintr" will pr?rail In tho Ml IUvtr netilrmcnt, and every .marl will bo allowed to reduce -ny other man In thi icttlenKnt t ahvery, except the above oflkcr, who hm tho ph)'ical power to demonstrate that ho wit born to command." "Volystmy' will be tolerated n ono of tho dome tic inntit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 October 1854

Agricultural. tzoczzi or uimo cnms. BT JOUJf O. DAIB, Western OuttJaeo., J.T., to wboro tbe rtt t remlaea of the AmHcm lututuie was ewarJed, Ool., W3. I milk thirty cowi. Averaging ono J ear with notner, 3 ft of cheese per 7 to a cow. La at year, tlio tctson btiajr very dry, th avcrrtgo wu less, uy 2 Ibi per cow. My cheese-raft king icuon U beut tlx months, commencing about tho 1st of May. Tut th rennet into the milk when it U aa warm aa it comet from the cow; if the weather U colJ, the milk will require heating to about the temperature named above, before putting in the rennet and put them into a atono jar, holding about threo gallom, and 11 tho jar with strong - brine; and thia I frequently fill up the second time, at the strength will not be exhausted by uiing the fluid the first time out; but this, of course, depends upon the strength of tho rennet. Tha rennet from a calf four days old is much better, purer, and stronger than one from a calf four weeks old; and in saving tho ren...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 3 November 1854

BY T. A. GOODWIN, BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1851. VOL. XXII -NO. 10. f grottssicnal Carbs. Dr. J. W. KEELY, Surgeon Dentist, U HOUSE. cra-ruae. All wor warranw. o Harfe for examination or advice. J. 13. DAVIS, M, D., lMiyiciaii & Sur sc on, OFKICB at hl residence, eorner of Mala and Jamet treett,BrooavtllotInd. Ci'tivn KILUOItC, Joalleeofthe Peace, aad Altora.randCoaualloratl.w,BrookTUle, I ad. Offloe stoma Kat Coraer of fuhllc Square. t , ttt noitltOW Attorney end Counsellor! II i Uf, Office .to. 7 Halle onildlr.;, BrookvUle.indtana. l-3. nrC.CIlOOKSIIAKt Attorney and i Councilor t Law. Uffleela U.lle'aballdln;, Brookflllo, Indiana. j-'aa T II. niCLCUC. AllornovatLaw. Offlce J ou nnrfeaaatraal, twodogrrTtorta oineo. nolaed'eOmea.HrookTÜle. 4-'3l EVAN OWENS? ATTOBÜTET AT LAW HOTARY IUBL C, Tit. Carrael, Indiana Jan 303mo ALF. WA KU, ATTORNEYS COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Brookrllle, Indiana. Office two door north Burton' More. i. it. 3ioititis,3i.i3...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 3 November 1854

THIIBBIAHA AHiaiEÄM. BROOKVILLK. INDIANA fUlDAY HOVE.tlllKH 8, I A4 SIXOLL' COPIES of the ISD1AXA AZfEfilCAXean be had at thi office, neatly cordoned and pri paid with stamps at fivt ctntt each. 1N0 little cxcUemcnt wai produced oa the publio square last Tuesday morning by teeing a man twinging by a rope by the side of tho cupola of th new Court House. On inquiry, it was ooa discovered that it wai our esteem ed fellow citizen Lai-k Gardnxr, a man whosecharacter U abovo reproach and who would hardly have been sut Tided of doing a rash act. Soma of his .nlira.uo fricndi had Indeed dit covered as they tuppoicd, tomo slight marks of insanity, during tho last few months. In the early part of the summer ha-lent hinnolf cool nnd la bored to cool others, not without tomo success, but several weeks befuro sum mer dosed ho was Ukca with a violent fever, which, added to tho unparallcd hc&t of tho weather, must have been hard to endure. Tho fever wm of R eontagcous character, and se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 3 November 1854

AK AffECTI.IO eCKSt I!f A ClKCISKATI Potte Coort. An aCVctinjj tCenoccurred in the Polico Court of this city not long tince. At tho dote of the morning bruiness a middle-aged Ameri- ' can lady, neatly attired, approached the Judge and rcque tied that he would aend to the House of Refuge her two aona, one aged ten and the other eight years. The two little boys were presented to ibo Court, and both were Hoe-looking lads. At the request of the Court she made the following plain statement, which in ita delivery exhibited the true feelings of a mother, and the sad duty she waa compelled to perform : leime tothia city in I83f), where I have raided ever since. In 1842 I was married to Elisha Rettick, who, on account of hit dissolute habits and a refu sal to maintain bis family, I procured a dirorce in June, 1853. aince which time I havo not seen him, nor do I know where he is. I have had four children, one, dead and three living ; these two boya and a little girl ahout six years of age. I ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 3 November 1854

E$uWs gtpajtmtnl. I weald not weala Ky aprln of youth I Idle 4alllaae t would plant fled ! , ' Tobloeaorntn y manhood, and Lear frnlt Wien I em old." "T I l ii " Tl " AUTTUOXX. Tnara U an eye that aever tep Oeaeeia the wtnf of alfhl, Taere U an ear laal imr hut Wba ilnki Hie beam th. There la aa arm tual never tiree . Wk aaaaaa trnfih give wr Taara U a love lUat never fall Wfcea earthly love decay. That ay la a4 on serapa tbronf That aar U lied on angel' eon; Taal era apaold Iba wor!4 on alh Tnal Iota la throw beyond Ue tj. itt ILeee a power w hick in a a eaa welld, Whoa mortal aM ta vain, Thai 07a, that aria, that lava to reach, That lUlea Ing ear to pin; That power Is prayer, which aoara on high, Aadatedaoa bUaabeyendlhesky. From Ua rrbytrlaa HaraU. tXTOn OT A COMKTTTX OT ULITIO XL mi wox iraisTtaiAL wrroaT. AwwfA . Prbrory al lib. tmr at lk regular rail Img, Oct. Ith. IUI Pnbllahf d bf relar ! Prk.yory. A4 the Rnring meeting of the l'reabjtery of Lbeneier, at Flcraingaburg, la 18...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 November 1854

i r i ( 01 -o pa, -... UA,. V r 1 f . f ' i X . BY T. A. GOODWIN. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY,, INDIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1851. vol; XXII-no: 47 .; ..; T;:i wir :y professional Carte.. Dr. J. W. KEELY, QUittt Sarieoa Dentist, OFHCR OSE DOOR IOUTI1 Of TUB VALLKY HOUK,cnt4iM. Ail work arraotd. Srf for eiamliiatton or advice. 41-Iy J, U. DAVIS, M. D., phVMlclau & Niirgcon, f(f Fids' ' reeiilewe, eorser f Mala and "jamea tlreeU, BrMB-llle,lBd. CTUt' KILOOtli:, Jo.tlcof ''' ss4 Attorney aod Counsellor BtU.HroBllls, IbJ. o noath K.l Corner of "futoUe Square. 41, IMl. W-tlOltltOW, Attornor an C ,Ut, U iiico X. Tllaile'a oaltJ VIUe,ta4laaa. nit Coaatellorat Inr. Brook-1-43. lU'C. CllOOKII.Ka Attorney tad , Cuu.iaell.if at l.aar, omctlBlUUo'.hit'l'llBfi rootvllle, lallaaa. 43-i3 J. o,t r1nfx.iifj'l,lwo4oormyrlh oftlfn. HoiT It. TOM'I.trftr.. AltnrnoTOtl.ow. OSlra K VAN OWENS,"" ITIOaSST AT LAW KOTAiY PtJBL C, t. crml Indiana, Jana 9 3o AM'. U'Altl),. ATTORNEY ÄCOUN8KLLO It AT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 November 1854

miiuiinuMtcmi. BROO KVILLE. INDIANA miDAT NOVK.TIlllIIi 10 HAI.' SIXOLE COPIES of tho IJD1AXA AXERICAXcttk be had at this oßce.neaüy enveloped and pre paid with stamps at Hit ctntt each. 1IAUD TIMES. There U no doubt about tbe fact the timet are out of joint. Tie bank er whose deposites are running down knows it, and shakes bit head decisively to applicant for discounts. Tho xnerehant ia keen! acnaibU of it, when bo ia forced to aak an extension for sixty dajaon aomo of bia notes, If, in deed, bo ia not compelled to meet grim bankruptcy staring him in the face. Tbo manufacturer la aliveto it, when the bills for bia good return protested, cash talcs are next to impossible, and Saturday cornea round to find with an empty pocket, and a bank account down to nothing. Tho mechanio feels it, when tbo bos tells Lim, that there ia little business worth doing, and he must look out for work elsewhere The tradesman feel it, when, instead of the usual prompt payment, his col lector i told to cal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 November 1854

' Front th Cincinnati OsMlle. WHAT SHOULD WE PAY FOR H0OS1 , nlcalüiu Iwo ujoalji , since, I wrtiiyj Tiewi irsely ia iri ,if J t cryp, cW., in I h.ivo tlio .uifa;tiou of knowing that I wnt correct iu almost every particular. Having just returned (rum a wcaUra trip, a few worth from uct'i al observation may not be nm'm nt thU time. The quantity of hoi throughout tho west is 23 per cent creator than last season, Missouri is perhaps the createst sufferer from ;lw failure of the coro crop, ami her stock of ho? will bo fatted principally tipon rrtast, which I Gnd very abundant m nil see tions which I have travelled over, . In th northern pari of Illinois, say from Alton up, corn is abundant and at reasonabTa prices; in the neighborhood and upon the line of the Chicago and Aliiaiseippi Railroad a distance of near two hundred miles, thousands of bushels of corn can be had, and all along the line of this road, many, very many hogs are fattening and I never saw hogs doing better- in the neig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 November 1854

I1 w i ' i-att -t j m mmmm Agricultural. From the Ohio farmer. TH210CUSTI 15D0IUSSH0PPE2S. No other insecU Luve occupied no Ingo a portion of the worM'a history aa tho locusts not tho animal comttoulj lcuown in Amcricaby that name, (tho Cicada or Harvest Flirt,) but the ocujts of the Grient, und iu congener. Fortunately fur tht country, none of the Bptcics warm in such rut number as the Locusta Migratario, bich issuing from iu nursery in Arabia, sweeps orertbc land, devouring rerr green thing, and making tho earth appear as if scorched by fire, leaving famine and dcrolation in its track. tho American locusts are not to be accounted insignificant enemies. Their ravages iu our meadows and pasture lands, in our green-Gelds and gardens, are immense. We have many different species, all lnown under the common narao of grasshopper although but a small portion ol them are so; the name beng limited to those having long feelers or attennae, the females being provided with a long sword sharped...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 November 1854

i ! - f r r - .n-....;,r . V ' "Mil U ta TV: 2 ' - ' - - . r M Vr4 : VIVA 5 BY T. A. GOODWIN. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, F1UDAY, NOVEMBEIf 185. VOL. XXII.-NO. is. Ii I i s I y ,1 i I y an sap i l i . mi ii i ri i' i i w - 1 1 if ii x i -n 61 (V xlvvv lkWW roftssianal faxte. Dr. J. W. KEELY, klitTr Surgeon Dentlit, afick oxr door soctii or the valley HiK-kiTK All war warranta. Wo Harr for lamination er dt Ice. 4i.; J. 13. DAVIS, M. D., Phvtirlan & SurCCOll, r99id at his realdeneo. eorne of MalnBBd v.Uraeeetreeie,BrooavUle,lnd. mrnr-m vil cnnC. Jaitlc of the Pee U Bad Aitoraey eed CoaaaallorelUw, Brookvllle ltd. once Soutn Baal worneroi rnuinH"" 43, 1833. TTT nOIIItOW t Attorney od CoaaeeUorat H iU, Utile K. Tltaile'e balldlnr, Brook vUle.iadlaaa MIW, Sll-O. vr wc. cRoouiiJiNK jm lit Coanielloral law. OfflclBHall'buului BrookrtlU,UdUat. J, u Bart-eeetreel,twoa,oori aorta ofGeo. HoiT U. MirLrilG. Attaraovat Law. OBol aad'aomce.Brookviu. EVAN OWENs!' ATTOJUTXT AT ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 November 1854

TH1 HBlÄHi AIIEBIC AH. BUOOKVILLK. INDIANA raiDAV, NovK.nuuiiiu, ihm. CT SIXQLE COPIES of the ZJDIAXA AMERICA A ca n be had at this office, ncatl j enveloped and pre paid with stamps at five cenl$ each. jKyPenon having ce rtiGed checks ca the house of Sracad, Col lard, and Hughs of the Citizen ' Bauk, Cincinnati, can find favorable opportunity of lecorbj their, clalmi by, mortgage on good real estate by calling on John Wynn, J. D. Ilowland, or Georgo Holland of this place. C3T2ASTX2 AT SflXZ2YLU.Oar readers will remember that a few weeks ago we announced that measures were on foot to remove Wm. Mixer Esq. from the Tost Offico at Iflxerrille, and supply, his plac with one Mr. Williams, a foreigner living ia that place. The deed is done. Last week Mr. Williams received the documenta which constitute him. Post Mas teratMlzerTille. Inooropnlon this event demands more than a casual notice. There is principleinvolved, that is of vital importance to the people of this country. Mr. Mixer is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 November 1854

A SaA Truth. . , A few weeks ago the Rr. Mr. A. iacompaoy with the Hon. Mr. B. was travelling in a certain diiection no matter where on the ears. The train topped at V to take in passenger, and a matron accompanied by two sweet looking girls came aboard. The young ladies were in high glee and laughing merrily at something no matter what girls)oftcn laugh just because they can. The elder ladr playfttllr asked the. Rev. Mr. A., with whom the was acquainted, to help her . , 1 IV- ?1. 1 Keep me gina quiet, ana ae smuingtj promised to try, if the Hon. Mr. B. would aid him. Just then the conductor entered, and told tho ladies that there was a fire in the forward car. They rose and left their ringitiglnugh leaving a broad streat of sunlight behind them. So young, so joyous and mirthful they were, that tho writer thinks it would have taken a longer faced, aad a more stern looking Minister than Mr. A. to keep them quiet. Lovin sunshine and good company our gentleman friends were not slow in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 November 1854

oonra AEZAD. T JOHS O.WI1ITLXR. I ktar Ike fir off vovager'i horn, I a the TuIim'i trail HUfoot on every nouatala put, ' On every ilraambliaall. He whlaUlnf round St, Mary 'a Fetle, Upoa al load td train; na leaving o the pictured rock Hl freak lobaeeo eul. I kaar ike nutwck la the mlnei, T aae-elroke la lb dU. Tb lamor fro IM Indian lodge, Tke Je.ulte't ehapelboM leeeavariby etrapper eeme From the Mltelealppl'a iprlog; And rar ehlefe wlla tnelrpalnted bow. And areata of M(U wing. Behind toe qua' birchen eaaoe, Thailtanertmoktt and rave; Andelty lota are atakedforaale Above old lodlaa jreve. By fbrcetlake and water-fall. I mo tho podler'e ehow; Tba ml j hty anlnjltDf wit tho mean. Tne lofty wtta the lor. 1 boar the tread of ploaeer . Of Ballon yot to bot Tbo trat low weak of wavee bor aoon Shall roll a haosaa eea. Tfcoradlaoüla of empire bare, Ar pleeUe yet and warm: Tba chaoa of a mighty world la roaad lag lala formt Zack redo and Joetllnf fragment eooa Ilo Suing place ohall Sad Tb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 November 1854

J rj . v : i oo:ju M t in, r i.i " 1. ! 7BY T. A. GOODWIN. BSOOKVlLLE. FJIANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, F1UDAY, NOVEMBER 1354. VOL.XXU.-NO,4!' - i k pi ?' p pi W -K.n ,r s - . Jjtr-v- w ; ? r f - , . , , . . . roftssionnl nrb. J. D. DAVIS, M. D., Plivalclnn it H lire co li fftlt at kit rldn, ornr el MtUtad -S Dr. J. W. KEELY, tnrT Surreon Dentist. OFHCK U5t DOON SOUTH O r Til iiol'iik. au work rrtuU. t Hr for inilMHMr 41 43,Ui3. WnOllIlOW, AUorT and CoanwUört .U, 0 7 lUtU'i allUlwr. Braok IT yt'C. cnOOK9H4?IK. Auoraat and raUt, UJiaaa. 43-33 . TBrWCXCUC,AUnrBnjaLaw. 0--Ii lUdlltl fOiJ f I IlV afal eVan "owensT lTT0X!ftT AT tAW HOT AST TTJBL C, mi. Caruaalt Indiana Jtn39 3iao ALPT WAItl), ATTORNEY &. COUNSELLOR ATLAW, rookvUU, InUlaaa. Offll 4ooriaorla BiifVoa'iSlora. IX. It. MO lilt IS. M. !., P U y 1 1 c I a ii & S m i'?c o n lit. Carmel, Ind., XI tt- 63-year. DEN TAL bUBUÜONS, ni.Carnicli Ind., Will 4 all work aalratud I. thr earn wltk aalaaM ael pltpaUk. Jan 30 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 November 1854

it this mooter to com) from, these bard DItOOKVILLE. INDIAN Atimeay ut ths question to rot mid IDIDlTi 50TKXUCK SS, 1804. SIXOLE COPIES of the IJD1AXA AMEBICAXcux be had at thi See, neatly enveloped and pre paid with stamps at fv ctnit each. TUS T&SX SdOOLl. We learn that the School Trusteet Kate made arrangements for opening the Free School for a few months. As this suggests the subject, we will take occasion to say s few thing (n JTtrtace to jour, schools, not caring whether our riewe arejpopularjor unpopular. - ' la the first place, we say that the nonsyto be spent for teachers and house rent, might nearly as well be drown away. In saying this we do avot mean to disparage the teachers, fcrt to condemn the system of huddling together about two hundred childrtn, three months la a year, under new teachers, with new rules of teaching and governing, if indeed'any syatim of gorcrnment or instruction can be applied to such a school in so short i time.- The children are to be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 November 1854

JTX BA3X3. While Ohio and Kentucky are mix2 out ftgainst the Indiana t rt-e Danks io fcrociomlj, thtir own rotti-n banking concern are rapidly buinx wound up. Sinca the rasade was coramencQ against Indiana, the Kentucky Trust Company Bank, the Ohio Saving' Bank, the People's ßank, JJew Eort Saving' Bank, the Ohio Saving's ank, the Miami Valley Bank, the Bank of Circlerille, and the Clinton! Bnk . of Columbus, have all broke. and their notca are now worth about as much as the rugs that lie in the streets, while there is not a single Indinnd free note which hraorth less than 90 conU on the dollar. The Indiana free banks are safer and more responsible than three-fourths of the banks in the United States, and where the public lose one dollar by them, they will lose ten dollars by other banks. It baa beet? charged, fand not denied,,) that tho State Bank of Indiana has had much to del with the present outcry against the free banks, in order to secure the reDenl of the free banking - - - w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 November 1854

grunltaral. . Wtgirt tbt following for what it it Werth, irltiout praUnding to de cid ti 19 & oritetnc! of tho eaaia of tht rtp or tho prepoaod r)modyKD. Fax Gap ImCfclckaaa. llxstxt. Editor : It It my aim urtr to publish anything which I hare bot thorough proven to b both trut and useful; but a ihera ha been to rauch gTitM work and humbug pub llahtd upon tht die ia chicken called tho tp.l will publish, if you think proper, my experience in that disease. I hare lost over one hundred and fifty chicken with the gaps, la tht course of the summer, and hare dissected many examined them thoroughly and found nothing to justify the conclusion that the disease is caused by worms in the wind-pipe, throat or crop, as some writers pretend, nor hare I found any remedy to cure or prerent the diieaie, in all that I bare read. On the contrary I tried all the remedies published in the Cultivator, and many more, will out any food effect I do not believe that there Ter was cur performed by...

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