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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 5 January 1855

AMEk 0 A A 'P;,l IUÄIm o AVirfMlA Jit I WE ASK FOR NOTHING BUT WHAT IS RIGHT, AND WILL SUBMIT TO NOTHING THAT IS WRONG." Gen. Jackson. BROOKVILLEr FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JANÜAJIY 5, 1855. WHOLE NUMBER 1147. VOL XXIII NO 3, lrofrssirasl (Carte. DUR J. Oho. UrriL-it 4hl raldne, or Mala aad Jtau atmu,UrooBVtll,lad. oroer o w j, w. KEZLY, SCHOKO LK.1TIHT. Xt)ricB, on duor aoola of ll Valley 11 ou,cv tats. All work - warrauUJ. !f o charge (or famla-Ulr r-A auoao advloo. 4l"Ltl irrriLCOSZ,' t' STIC K of yaa VtACK, 1 aad Attorney A Coeaiellor al Uw, BrookIII, lad. Urmi. Boats Kaerrof PutII Bqaare. 3-liK3. TT rCüSOW. ATTOKMY & CJOUNSKLt ToUtXt 'law. Orrua. o.T, Hall' Building. rooBTUlo, Ind. 8l 4J '. ATTOKMY & CJOUNSKLIJ. llLltATorririiy iL Amerieaa OS, Brook vtlla, lad. 4S TTYJ3I CWT!:i,-ATTORSKY AT LAW AND Ü oTaaiTuano, Mt. Carmel, lad. 3 U , ALTJTAJtO, ATTORSKY ATOUSBI AT LAW I Omca, or owr ELLOK Storo, oroosrui, ina. XL aa ilaitn 1'uttio. O r M e . oo ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 5 January 1855

niDIAlIA AIIERICAN. "riiMCD ICT TO TSCTH, TO USISTT AR L4W, O P4V0I OWAYI CS, AND RO ri4 aiULI. Wl.n T. A. GOODWIN, Editor. BSOOOTLLE, INDIANA. IBlDATi JA.SUAIIY At 1823. - Important Decision. The Supreme Court decided, last week, in the ease brought beforo them by Springfield township, that the law, diverting the 16th section fund from the township, is unconstitutional. ' THE TIMES, BANKS &C. On our first page will be found an interesting article on "The Times," furnished us by an esteemed friend. wuu uucs not coaorso iuiiy tuo views we hare advanced on Banks. He designs it as a word on the other side of the question. " We give it place most cheerfully, for wo wish to contribute all we may to a thorough investigation ftf til ft cause thftt hnv iA trt Lh rrnn. cat commercial disasters. And, as this is at least the fifth time that uniTersal bankruptcy has succeded times of real or seeming prosperity in about a third of a century, and within the memory of many, yet in . ac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 5 January 1855

(Sorrtsponöuict. , Tor the American. EvAiTiLx,Döc 2Cth., 1854. Mr. EorroR 'I h&d almost conclude J to inflict no more of my letters up on you, believing that, from the number of spicy correspondents you Lave, : ihm space srltich my letter occupy might bo much better filled. Thii morning J have token a notion to writo onco mcT, although 1 do not know what I hall writo about. Perhaps my letter will be as my old friend parson E., used to say of wmo of hi sermons, "like a tln-pcdlar's box." There is no knowing what it may como to before I am done Perhaps It may tars out a song, Perhaps tars eat eorawn.M, To confess the honest truth, Mr. Editor, I have- very little on hand just now in the shape of items, notwithstanding it is my happy lot to lire in the most important part of the great State of Indiana, and in a city which is soon to eclipso all the other cities of Hoosierdom. I might, it is true, giro you a chapter on our prosperity and prospects. I might tell you of our Rai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 5 January 1855

&)t OalltE f armtr. - in i i .Ii - um ir" A Yankee lyric. Tal leafing after beaaty, Thli if hluf für enrta, Tal eaealag after fashion, Waerever baUlon whirls, Aed II hl ort of iulnf - May 4 M Utoee h like thesa For Ikoee devtUI of Utk; Fot Um wk karte r dlareeaJ on For alaaaoeU Mit ef muw, AaJ other block -hea!. IUI to a wife IUI truly low, VeeV.be what he appears, Who'd spread aaathlae around tbe in Tbal keepe away aar tear, A ad bringe her tatere noma WeM wkUper eoflly tu bar aar, WaM f rave 11 oa bar heart, Thal knowing now tefry ukik Beata aentlment and art ( AU kollert Large And Small Trees. We have had somo experience in transplanting both kinds, taken from the nurseries. There is no more risk in removing a pear or applo tree, four or fire years from tho bud, than ono year from iL We are persuaded that wo hare lost three years' by setting small trees where we might have set lanw. The large applo trees from Dyer's nursery, that wo put out two years ago, bare made as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 12 January 1855

D A A CA A 1 V 1 Vll UJ 1 J 0WE ASK FOR NOTIUNO BUT WIIAT 19 RIGHT, AND WILL SUBMIT TO NOTHING THAT IS WRONO." Oen. Jackson. VOL XXIII NO i. BROOKVILLE, FUANKLINCOUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1855. WHOLE NUMBER 'IIIS roftssinnal Carte. B(PAVli,H. D.-rilYKlCtAH A SUR I uko. uh a, i kit nh Uum, eoi la a.dJamee Wecte, Brook vlllo, lad. NtU'DM, corner o DK3TIST. Xi Or m a, oue Juor louth of tho . Valley llouea.na Tata. All wart vita uuof oum ai isa ' , VP Tata. AU wart Wo chargo fbrsiemta-(ijr-. A e. t-iy-- I'" warranted alio or 4 to rrrari iiioosx,-JuTicit o t fkack, J ea4 AtMra.ydi Coeatallor at lit, Hroeh TU, I 4. Orma, Soul Kaal corner or I II Sahara. 3 IM J. TT KOXSOw. ATTOKKir"tOVVjiK. . Lüh AI 'UW. Orm a, Na. T, lUNiag , Brown Tina, jau. 11 41 J, COUeiuXorATLAW. Orrire, under a Amertooa Ulli, Broosvllle, Iu4. 43 'M T?71H ATtORSKY AT LAW AMI) Xi Sottas Kane, Ml. Carmtl, lotl. 13 t "Altwaxd. atto us irSTcoc siut'u.6 K il At LAW, Or rue, over hower' Store, tio loukvllle, nd. f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 12 January 1855

"" TO CT, TO LI I IK TT AHO LW, 4?Ta SWaTt CS, X Jto 4LL ' T. A. GOODWIN, Editor. mi DAY. JAXL'AIIY 12 IfL; Prce ranis The Baak Convention, W beh'eve that lime waa when the lo of money was tha root of but Hit nowlmost true th monCy itwlfis. At all events tic V ' .v.. . -mdofmonf I kUk U IliURi IS eVl If any man doubts it let him r ,y to pas3 some. It will b - . m J iviiuvv tvr vm . fl W A V A tTa 1 A n A A -v A1 J ! uat a very largo number of aave been transferred to the Lck List. We can't help it. And w don't blame the Brookivllo Dank for refusing totako paper that they can not nse. There was a convention of officers of the Free Danks, in Indianapolis last week. We have not received the full proceedings of it, but enough to know that all the banks that appear in the diicreditfi list are refused by the Urooltrilla Hank, and arc- uncurrcnt in business circles in this valley. Yet we doubt not that some of these are quite as good as some of the bankable ones, and we advise our readers ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 12 January 1855

inflaenee on tho trade and commerce of our State, and on tho character of toe citizens- it bcöme the duty of the Legislature, ; not only to adopt efficient measures for the preven lion of unauthorued and unjust exactions upoa the trareling public, but to proTide, as far as human foresight can, and br any means within the-scope of fegtslatire authority, for the prerention of those railroad accidents which so frequently result in the destruction of property and the loss of ham an life. Many af the common railroad accidents of the day, which are caused by unsubstantial temporary bridges, defective locomotives, Wir constructed railways, improper signals, and carelessness on the part of employees, might b avoided, by subjecting tho conduct of railroad companies to the scrutiny of officers deriving their authority from the Legislature. You are therefore invited io take into consideration the expedience of providing for the appointment of General Railroad Commissioners, , who shall be prac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 12 January 1855

U4ef lata fce4 w e-pest t ft at least tw iolii ei arrtcallurat reaJlnteverv tltki W( teapoetfully solicit eoea muni rations from ear rteodsta Uetouulrj, repeetlng lhclr experience Is various department f Urning, rr4enlnf , . O laeaa, U great degree, w rely r wa king UU department Interesting K7"0ur friend Brady hat aet hit brother formers a good example, in furnUhing us a communication for thit department af our paper. We hope they will follow it. Will not A. D. Line, Esq. giro us tho result of hit ex ptjrUnce in cultivating grasses? Who tried the 'method of raising potatoes, that was suggested in the Agricultural Society? With what success? Wo hopo there will bo a general inter chinfre of views by practical men. Mr. Ira ßtout hat promised us something on the culture of trees. Will not Jadgtj McCarty do the same? fot the Valley Farmer. Faxt Good wis: -I haro long been of the opinion that each county newspaper should contain not less than two columns weekly for tho special benefit of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 January 1855

,-.1 e-. ! v.... : --.-,.--. . - 1 i : " ' U7E ASX FOE NOTHING BUT WHAT IS RIGHT, AND WILL SUBMIT TO NOTHINO THAT IS WBONG." Gen. Jackson. : - . . ' VOL XXHI.-NO 5. ' v. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1855. . WHOLE NUMBER 1119. . , , , ' TB, PAm tf. D, PHYSICIAN SVR i UioN. Urrita, at alt raaldaaca, aoraor o' Mala aad Jaaaa atruota, Brookvillo, lad. TiV. WricrrLT"UK"KO l-KjiTirr. J Ofwci, ona Auwr wnlb of lb I allay litt.vr T4W. lit work - trruM. Maahanra fof mli-(jjr.-T auor4vU. , irUJJL7 flTXri HLGC-JUSTICH er Tai I'KACR, W Aiwraay g ooaaallor at law, Brook Iii, lad. II Sqaara, Urw, Boats Xaatooraaraf rob- . . 3 laaa. V7 rcT.-AiroKNir a cours J m LoA AT 'LAW, Umci, Ha.T. Iltl Uulldlar, Brookrill, IoU. 14 J COUVsiiF.. llu'a aCOUaaKiXo.TATJ.AW, Ornri, adr A-aarWaa OAUo BraokTlUa, lad. 41 TTTt OWm-iTTOMIT AT LAW ARD XJ amai fri.ii.ic, Ml. Cknnal, lad. ta ATTORNKY C'OUNHKLLOH Omca, vor fowin Skr( brook rill, Ia4. X- V 'fif rtiuei U r r i a , ana door aouU. of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 January 1855

niBiAiiAÄnincAii. 'l,H" ct t Ttrra, To uiiiti i.w, T. A. G00DT7HT, Editor. rniD4YtJA!tüAUY 10, JS33., " " To Correspondents W have not -read - "Io, Search of a Hutband," tho author not having giv 1 en her name to ui. W seldom read ' mach less puVisbi euch articles. V Lines to Join SmitV ' are hardly chaste enough for publication ' The author has poetic merit lrhich we wM to encourage. 1 - i I , . ' j "Freeman" Is on file for the future. At we expect numerous letters from Indianapolis during the next nie Wecks, we' will be compelled to lay , over all 'communications of a general character. ;: ' ' :' : 'The Old Bachelor, a Rhymed "Ro- ; manee" will appear as toon as we can find room for so long a poem. .-''.''; "Baker," "L.," and numerous oth ers, are on file.? - t The Presbyterian of the West, j We have receited the first number of Uns excellent paper, under the man- ' agement pf , Dr.' MonfortJ Editor and Proprietor. 'We do not Intend to. say that we tea any marked difference be I t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 January 1855

n I. Frrrt i fcr a .wftrfyli Rtuiia'aa All.es and defemlerVof Türorenrtefaiag ferret of tW Graf 'After watching thtf nary fortcn of tie dj for cesyrlj ytj.v, r Austria declare mfaror QfrthOVeiterij Fowera and 'enters Uto their alliance.'.' Xe t it tcmiVniucanUhii th' -enters1 into enj-cgecaenU with. France and England WXtp$ ieVi4ing,Ti)rleyf ;th'oolT power teriottly .menaced by. the '.,.Ar locraf. -which Was' the first" td. 'declare war, and In Srhoev behalf fhc"' ttrojI wu ttnc!cr.aienV':.'A itrojfgc An.tnan corpaniroc$?py iö fore tintran Danabiaa Provinces of urkeywhich wer c!utchcdly Huiaia at' the outset M her Material guarantee for the satUfaetifln'of her euims; njore Austrian will undoubtedly be poured into, those ProYmcesrjet Turkey ' existence sccma hardly to be recognized by the' new AEknceJ though it. virtually 1 pledges itself to Heet a most J important and vital hang in her eonaütoüoo : by neuroprotection against all persecution or ill-treatment to her Christian abject. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 January 1855

Gryallti! farmer . r ( Fro, the ladlann Journal. pnccrzDnros or the state - 10 ARD OF AGRICULTURE. EXPORTXD BT LXWIt BOILMAK. j , i IftDiAsiroLi, Jan. 4, 1 865. TL Boar J convened In the Supremo Court Room, and delegates appeared from the following counties; - Adams, Bartholomew, - Boone, Cass, Carroll, Clark, Dearborn, Daticss, Decatur, Delaware, Elkhart, Franklin, Fayette, Green, Grant, Hancock, Huntington, Hendricks, Henry, Johnson, Jennings, Jefferson, Knox, Lagrange, Laporte, Marion. Mortran. Montrromerr. Mon I TL I Scott, rippccanoc,;Washiflgton mmt O nfn - Pntntim Parti I , V4"Ut.Vf V V V . a k Vi aw lUndolph. St. Joseph, Stark, Shelby, Spencer, Ohio and Switzerland, SulliTan, Union, Vigo, Wabash Warren and Fountain, and Wayne. : Reports from the County. Societies, and essays on different eul-jccts were laid beforo the Board. A considerable number of specimens of Apples and gTains, of wool, manufactures, dec, were spread on the taj ... Dies. and to memorialize the Legislature...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 January 1855

D AM IT1 Ml A 7 1.1 0 cjtacvruna ju I 1 "WE ASK JOB NOTHIHO EVT WHAT is KIOHT, and wnx SUBMIT TO 0THINQ THAT IS WBONQ." Gen. Jackjon. VOL. XXfll NO G. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLINvCOUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY. JANUARY ,20 1855. WHOLE NUMBER 1150. I I J 7 rrftssi0inl flforbs. T B. WTIS, Ä. D.,-PUYSiciAX & suh; I t tf&oN. orrtca, at hie residence, eoraer Mala sad Jaaes etreeu,BrookTtUe,ind. TS. J. W, XZXLT, 8ÜKGE05 D ESTIST. vrrtcu, ob eor wau 01 toe ley House, er taibs. AU work warranted. Ho Charge tot exaralnaUoa or advice, el-iy fTTTLVi XTXOOXS, JUSTICE or tbb PF.ace, J aad Auoraey Ceaasetlor at lav, Brook Till, lad. Omca, Soath East corner of Pub lleaqaare. 43 1833. TTT KtTSSOV. ATTORNEY & COUNSKL- . Tiat AT 'LAW. Omca, Xo.7, Halle's Bmldlng, Brook TUle, Ind. S 1 43 IT lklloaT'l U American OOce, Broekvll ATTORNEY ASD LAW. Omca, under OSes, BrooXvUle, lad. 43 '33 TT7AN OWEfS, ATTORSKY ATLAWASD JZl Aotasi Psawc, Mt. Carael, Ind. 83 3 H L7.WJLSU ATT0RXEY&am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 January 1855

HTDIAITA AMERICAN. I to. "ml pJitical or rilis' lh:i1 sinks i ms question, in .hjwüi ciü "fllMU CT TO TRCTH, TO LIBKKTT AHO LW, HO fVO IW1TI SS, AHO KO HA SDALL AW I. T. A. GOODWIN, Editor. xsoorvTLLE, mmiAjux. FRIDAY J AN ITA It V 2C 1833. Know Nothings, and Know Nothingism. We claim to be the first editor in Indiana that spoke decisively against the political influence of the Roman Chnrch. Early in December 1 853 vre published a series of editorials on Politics and Popery, in which we avowed our hostility to the course pursued by politicians, in courting Catholic votes. We then predicted that a continuation of that course would arouse an Amercan Protestant feeling, and probably result in the formation of an American Protestant party. We then said that we would regret such a result. Much sooner than we anticipated, the Protestants of the United States have acknowledged the danger, and they have spoken on the subject as they have seldom spoken on any subject. The late elections were...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 January 1855

Tb SUU of thing! . beforo Scvaito , i' r . pol. ' '' f ' Tho fgllowin graphio dUcripliotii ar t&keri from the leading rticlf nrul tho corrcponi!cnco of tho principle London ppr and fromrlvato Mtern Utcly arrived from the Crime a. P. it rast from the lead leg article In the London Tiu, DMtubr, vi. There is no uo UUjuUing tho mat tr. ..Wo aro not peftUng from our oirn coTrcspondenco only. Wo two not latino what wo think nlone. W aj on th j evidence of every letter that has been received in thi country, and we echo tho opinion of almost every experienced aoldicr or well-informed centleman, when wo aay that the noblest army England ever sent from theae ahores has been sacrificed to the grossest mismanagement. Incompetency, lethargy, aristocrntic hauteur, ofÜcial indifference, faror, routine, pcrrcrseness, and stupidity rcin, rorel, and riot in the erunn be furo tiovnstopol, in tho harbor of D alalia vo, in the hoipitals of Scutari, and how much nearer nocao wo do not rcnturo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 January 1855

itrmtr I -S.. iri a ruutxxi wxrx rix ex. I'm a wild and langhin, flrl, Just trn4 of tweet BlSteeB, A full of mleehlef an4 of fua ae ver roa bat IM 01 And when Ism a vornan grown, no city betut for . 1 1 e'er I eurrj la mj lift, farmer's wlf I'll b. I dearly kv a country lift, I lov th Joyous broeie, 1 lov to hear the elntf bird among the lofty lreet I a lowing horde aad bleating locke maka until sweet forma. I f a'ar ! marry la say lif, a farmer's wife 111b. I lora la feed Iba Shanghais, and I lora lo milk Iba low, I '.v to aar Iba farmer's by whlalllag albla jloftaj Aad lelJa of torn and ring grata ara pleasant atgbta to ma; If e'rl marry U my llf,afrmr wlf lllb. had united in Into sowing, and in thin way had got riJ of the pest. Sometimes the fly will ftppenr in the pring on wheat late town, but they do but little damage then. It preferred omo kind of whcuti to others, and would paaa by the Mediterranean, if other aorta were within ita reach. lint he was latisfivd that it would de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 February 1855

X r I i. . . . "WE ASK FOB HOiniHO BUT WHAT IS RIGHT, AND WILL SUBMIT TO NOTHINQ THAT IS WEOHO." Oen. Jckion. VOL. XXI1I.-N0 7. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1855. WHOLE NUMBER 1151. D Ä A AM CAN V. I li r 1 - 1. wküM urrwe, at aia residence, eoraer of Mala and Jt aes streets, orookvllle,Ind. T3L J. W. XXXtT, ÜKGE0.1 DMTIST jl vrncs, oae uoor soavn or in gm , valley Moose, taim. All work ' warreated. No eh area for eaa rain-(iTr4 aUoaaradvloe. at-iy"- f TT f mX?S ELC02X-JCSTICK er tmi PRACK J end Aitoraey dt Coeasetlor at law. Brook villa, Ia4. Omca, Sent Kast corner of Pub lic saare. o 1MJ. TT rO120T7. ATTORNEY A COUXSKL. , Luit A i' LAW. Orrtra, o. T, )UUaa jnuinf, arwvaviue, ia. si TT EC. CT.OrsnillX-ATTORSKT ASD 14.' COUAaitLLoji At LAW. Omca, ander tea a Lmerlcaa Odo, Brookvllte, Ia4. 43 '31 T7T1H CWTXIt-ATTORSBVATLAWAMO XJ flotaar f tatic, Ml. Carnal, lad. S3 S A ATT0RSZT4 C0U5SELL0K XJL at law. Ornca, over Powere' Store mootTUlo, Ia4. TTOtZJ J. rEL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 February 1855

H3DIAITA AI.IEBICA1I.I "ritMi it v th, to Hum uw, T, A. GOODWIN, Editor. 1XOOKTXULI, IHDIllf A. II11D4V, rCUUVAIIY Ii 1S13. Railroad Meeting. Tho Directors of tho Valley Hallroad met laat Tuesday, at tho Office cf tho Company. Owing to InformalUy lit the call of Stockholders at the ... . i .i . i ii..inii iaw raceupg, aim uie inprMUCAuiuij of tho plan; of diaaolution then prorosed, it was deemed beat to havo Another meeting of tho Stockholders at a . a m a as eariy a nay aa practicable. me ltd Of March was agreed upon, And notice is to do given accordingly. Wo think It.is tho wlahof a majori ty of tho Stockholders to disband, And thero ought'to bo no difficulty In do Ing to. Dut hat ought to bo and what It, are often yery different things, Among barbarians, there aro persons known as wreckers, who live near rocky coasts, and whoso business eon aleta In plundering Teasels that aro wrecked ia their t Icinit;. These per sons Inure ihomselves to scenes of sufJertog, And am unmoved by th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 February 1855

.Ctllgrapbic. C-3eelr later from Europe. , i .VXRbTvaI'o PTH K TT ; ! PACIFIC. nigklf liayrtanIatIllfac. The Ctur Accept the Proposition! of iht Tour Powers! exported cAntna ot srvArrorotr! Zo of the radttthip BelleCo- : . rintkian and Georg Canning. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE, InproT exaent In tht Eritlsh Fundi. , . Nzw York, Jn. 25,, The Collin steamer Pacific, with adTicet from Lirerpool to Saturday the 15th ins t, trrired at this port this morning. GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. .Tho newt from the scat of diplomacy by this arriral is of the highest importance. From Vienna it U stated that the Czax has unconditionally accepted of the four points, with tho explanation, tubmitted by the (bur pow- ' crs, -which has changed the whole complexion of the Eastern question; douots were entertained in Lngland, howeTcr, of his sincerity, which, to a Seat extent neutralized the effect of e intelligence in England. Hostilities continued, and it waa reSorted Serastopol had been captured, ut the report needed c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 February 1855

fet flalltn Janntr. aa How much should a Cow Eat? Since the drouth hat become severe the, milkmaids hrimr the lif-ht rntila nf I milk, and the butter and cheese dimin ish n ouantitr in nronorton to tha BUfflbcr of cows milked. Tha rcimn. I as eTcry ono knows, is because the eows do not obtain food as succulent and nutritive as heretofore, and also I beraum tte do not obtain enourrh -... O I or what there ia to eat. 1 01 How much should a cow eat? Acvuiuiui: v m m.n.m va VAvuuivuti) I carefully tncu by persons well rersed i& ue pruiiplcs of tveding, In Havana a translation or tne report on wnlcn IV ?v :,rl lVvUe,an v th e J7th uH furnished hat paper by in that country, it mould do one thirtieth of tho cow's live weight. Thus, If the cw weighs 600 ponndi, she should have CO pounds. The following is ait extract from the report: "Our trials have confirmed the view tilt cows, to give the greatest possible quantity of milk, must daily receive and consume one thirtieth of their...

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