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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 April 1835

OCR. COUXTBV OUR COCXTRVS INTEREST ANB OCR COVXTRY S FHIEVDS. TERMS OF Tlir. AMKRir.W. i tl in advance in f.x months; or 3,00 at ths expiration of the year. Twelve lines, or less, will bo inserted once or three times, for one doll-ir. and 2T ent? will '02 charged for etch additional insertion jr V KX I L V. I) E PR A V I T Y. 5i,:.'r of Maryland vs. Thomas Huhtcn end t,-r:. These case?, seven in number, were cfa peculiar character, and excited much inltre?t. For a considerable time, our city and jt visitors have been subjected to a series of (tprreibitioiiF, effected in a manner that indi-ra'.f-d the existence of a nefarious combination, which was often successful. Much had been said and published on the subject, but jtrorr.nincd for the trial of these juvenile offenders to prove the existence of an association of w hich no citizen v. ns aw are. From the evidence it appears, that for some years a gang of young desperadoes have been associated, under the denomination of "Forty Thieve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 April 1835

From th N. V. Courier ami Enquirer. COURT MARSHAL ON I.I HUT. LANE. ORDER "C. 15. He in tlr rteks of the Army. 1 .l'.' (ieneral's Office, W;lbmgto::, March 17, 135. ) The Ovirt of In j-iirv instituted by the President of the I'niie.l State, which convened on the 'JStli of lVliriKirv, 1835. in the Citv of Washington, pursuant to "Or.cr' No. S, for the purpose of examining into the conduct of 2A Unit. John F. Li)ir, of the -1th Regiment of Artilkrv, in reference to an assault alleged to have been by him made on the the person of the Hon. John Ewing a member of Congress from the State of Indiana, while returning from the House of Representatives on the evening of 'the 25th of February, IS.V), in the City of Washington, has reported the following opinion: 'The Court altera full inquiry, find the material facts disclosed by the evidence presented, to be as follow?:' "In the afternoon of February 2Gth, 1835, immediately after the adjournment of the House of Representatives for the dav, th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 April 1835

A3IEIIICAV. n r o ok vi L l e, i :v ITi a iy a. FR1IIAV, APRIL. IO, 1835. -Congress. We are authorized to announce JX.MFS D. COBB, Esq. of Decatur County, as a ,'inilnlate 10 represent me chi;.uiis oi me 4lli Con Vu.;iuiuiv, - i - - rref5.-iKil District of Ind., in the 24th Congress. The Assessor. The assessor having failed to ff(its this County, on account of sickness, the Clerk lias issued a writ for convening the Commissioners on to-norrow, for the purpose of appointing a new assessor. i fcJ-Tho Circuit Court convenes on Monday next. 1 s CONSTABLES. I The following is the vote given in this township, ce Monday last for Constables: William Caso ISO J. O. St. John ISO David Hays 170 l ewis 3I.Clark 107 William West 13 Henry Coalaoott 149 John Carson Iaac Cooley 30 O. N. Jones r2 K. Collctt 22 I ran Ll in Coiint-. f. .11 i i t w . . 1 1 1 a , t . 1 . m r ,, r""ls m-iiru on iuotidnj -last in i Many parts ot Ireland are in a slate of high u.c sex cral townships in this county. Incitem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 April 1835

? t s c c F ! i ?3 c o -i From tlu Portl.inl Advertiser. mauri xv.v: or uu. joh.n iU'EDLr.. Since I crune rut in j.rint alioul mv ridin. and lV -licking ;iixl rourlini;, I Inive cntered into the inati im.ii d state and left ot dabbling in the newspaj-ers. man lias a character to ta! For a married e care of. Iut folks tease and torment me so much, to let ein know the particulars about my marriage, that I dont know but 1 had as good's set down. once, for all, and tell the rest of my experience. Lit A PTE II 111Whenl leitofmv second Chanter,I believe I wassnunkin- uo to Sally Jones like all vcan - seance, and threatening to -rive her the buttj01 U!C louc lo omng any how, let it stop end of mv sentiments; was'nt 1 t Well. 1 was i where it will. as good as mv word. The next Sabbath dav ! So 1 5et 111 to talking about this and that & I went rbd.Uo work, after meetinir. upon the lVtIier tlmi nnd happened by mere, chance, outer man. as Deacon Carpenter says, and bvLvml know) to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 April 1835

HMBDHAMiX AMIIBIEncDAMo on : Of lie )'. bty Sbi'l Its priH My ,f B- ER -bty at v I BY C. F. CLAUh0 . OUR COUNTRY-OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUXTRV's FRIEVDS. I1KOOKVIJ.I.E, lADIArVA, FRlDA AFIS1X 17, 1S33. TERMS OF TIIK AMF.R1CAX. (2 in advance "J.-5 i in six months; or $3,00 at lfca expiration of the year. Advertisements!. Twelve lines, or less, will he biserted once or three times, for one dollar, and 25 tents will be charged for each additional insertion iiT) & i . - uenram nam Dut one fatal foe on earth, And Le is here." Subs himself. It was at this moment that lie plunged the weapon to his heart. It is said to have been an accident. It is in our opinion, however, that it was the result of the excited feeling of the actor, who had so absorbingly entered into the dreadful spirit of Ins hero, as to drive home his death upon his heart bv iho mr spasmodic action of the muscles that nnrnn vol.iii....Ao. I6. From tbe Nashville (Tenn.) Western Methodist. A LAMENTABLE O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 April 1835

NEWS OF THE WEEK. From the Nashville Republican of JIarch 1st. GENERAL JACKSON'S LETTER. Washington, Feb. 23, 1835. My Rev. Sir: I observe in the Nashville Republican of the IClh instant, an article headed "General Jackson's Preference,"' which I think it my duly to notice. All my friends know, that, since I have been in the Executive Chair, I have careful-j ly abstained from an interference with the elective franchise; and have invariably acted upon the principle, that to the people belonged the exercise of this sacred right, uninfluenced by any considerations but those which related to the public good. And yet the Editor of this paper, professing to entertain great respect for my character, undertakes to connect inc personally with an attempt to divide the great body of Republicans in the choice which they are to make of a President: and, by way of giving effect to the tain, found a watery grave. Of the four snv-Ition-cottHiiillAl doctrine, who do not wish to! see me interests of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 April 1835

-j and marked its course with frightful deeola-1 barked on board of one of D. Leech line of uon u parsed m the vicinity of (Jlarkivilic, ! packet boats ior Tittsbursn. 1 nev will BB 0 0 K VI 1, K, I Hf I I A A. FRinAV, a rim- it isas. . . i 11,1 C i 1 - T. J,ifior. At me caiwu scsoiuu 01 uiu . nn S.-itimlav last, for the nurnose vmrnissioiini - ' . i t. ,..i. .. r (rutins Assessors 10 uuuijuvic mc ;ittcMurciu "f t5e county, tbc following gcntfeih'id were ap- " .j jous Hutciien !br Brookville and Highi TwnshiDs. Jonathan Goble for Posey. Viktis Williams for Blooming-grove- Am f'iBLES Maklin for Ray, The other four Town f.',5 will be completed by Jacob Favsset. r,ji-r(!sional Canvass. Wo l?.n from the p grille Herald, that the candidates for Congress, rtbis district severally addressed their fellow M zens at Rusbville, during the last week. ti ;3 week we have been visited by two of the -animates, (Messrs. Dunn & Lane,) and on WcdM'dav last, Mr. Dunn, during the recess of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 April 1835

FliscelIaneoii. A CHAPTER OF SOMES. 8omo love the sun, and some the moon. And some "the deep, deep sea;" Some build their skies in others' eyes. And some will stoics be: Some two Iegg'd donkeys may be seen. Westward of Temple bar, With high hcel'd boots, and low crown'd bats Busb'd whiskers, ar.J cigar. Some love to nr.e, in search of change; Some Ptny at home and die; Some love to smile life's cares away, While others 1-jve to cry; Some are won, feme sold, seme worship gold; Some rise, whila ethers fall; Many have hearts composed of stone. And some no heart lit all. Ch! could I find :n life's dark book One clear uabk.ttcd page A heart that's nana an eye that smiles, Alike in youth or age; There would I pitch my tent of peace, By friendship move together, And in this world, bad as it is, I'd wish to live forever. LOVE I I1 A CHIMNEY. The London Monthly Magazine for January, contains an humorous article, entitled, "l'assajres in th.-life ot .Mr. U atkins Tottlc. W' quMte the followin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 April 1835

WED HART A . AMTMEJICD AET OUR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST- "JVC. P. AUKSOJT. BROOKYILLG, INDIANA, FRIDAY Et COUNTRY S FRIEVDS. APRIL 24, 1835. TERM! OP THE AMERICAN t-i in advance $2,f0 in six months; or $3,00 at .ue expiration of the year. invERTisEMKXTs. rwelve lines, or less, will be . 'rteA nnce or three times, for one dollar, and 25 jjjnts will be charged for each additional insertion tjticaiTpartif.s at present. Tn one, coversant with the train of politic- avents for the last twelve years, the present tttudeot parties appears suiKingiy singular. Tn'lSil when the distinctions of Federalist ,i Democrat, which had existed since the . . -'rj i , jjjntion oi me vomeucitcj , were nrokcn .'. nml the nation had divided itself, w ithout Jrd to old political feelings, under the f-? . l J f r i hmiersot jacKson, u-ims, vrawiora, and C)av, were nrst iaiu me luunuauons oi that ,r v which, tormea maiscnminateiy ot the elements of Federalism and Democracy, has ,ver since maintained a pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 April 1835

CIRCULAR TO ALL COLLECTING AND RECEIVING OFFICERS. Tresitry Department, April Glh, It is understood that the instructions from his Department to receive for the public lues onlj such Stale Bank Notes as the Deosite Banks are willing to credit at par, have Seen construed to authorize the receipt of uch notes of any denomination. The unIcrsigned considers it highly beneficial to he currency of the country and the safety of he banking agents employed in keeping the public revenue, that the more general use of specie for the small and ordinary transactions f society should be encouraged, and tis the lisuse of Bank notes of alow denomination is elieved to be the surest method to effect that bjeet, and as the acts of Congress do not expressly require the receipt of any such notes, if less in amount than live dollars, you are 'lereby directed, after the 30th day of Sep- ember next, not to receive, in payment of ny public dues, Bank notes of any denomination less than five dollars. You are ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 April 1835

AMERICAN. BR 0 oiTviLiiis, IIVPIAIV A. Friday, april 24, 1835. xrnE TURNPIKE AGAIN. We are pleased to see, from the "moving of the waters," in different quarters, that the citizens of thii part of the State, are becoming awakened from the slumber into which they seem to have been lost kr some time in relation to their own interests as j-dividuals and as a State. And we believe they row. after fairly rubbing their eyes, and dearie them of all scales, and every thing else calculated to obstruct their moral vision, ready for Jirm, entrgetic, efficient and prevailing efforts, in their own. and their country s Denair. The article which we publish in this day's paper, from the "Indiana Herald," printed at Rushvile and signed "Farmer," gives us reason to believe that the Farmers, there understand theirown interest, and that let what will come, they are determined to put a shoulder to the wheel, and assist in rolling onward to its grand climacteric, the glotioui car of Internal Improvement....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 April 1835

MISCELLANEOUS. From the United State Gazette. WAR AND LOVE. War and Love have various cares! War sheds blood and Love sheds tears; War has swords and Love has darts, War breaks heads and Love breaks hearts. War's a robber, Love's a thief, War brings ruin, Love brings grief, War's a giant, Love's a child, War runs mad and Love runs wild, War subdues and Love beguiles, War by force and Love by smiles, War in chains our bodies binds, Love's the tyrant of our minds. Ye who happy lives would lead, Of this tyrant pair take heed; Learn their fatal paths to shun, If ye would not be undone. From the Nashville Republican. proceedings of the anti-mar it ying society. Declaration of Indeprndt nee of the Young Men and Daehrlors of Aashtille, assembled at Ce libacy Hall; read and unanimously adopted by the society, "When iti the course ofhumnn events, it be comes necessary for the Bachelors of the com munitv to dissolve the social bands that have hitherto connected them with the fair Sex and to a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 May 1835

OUR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIEKDSi VC. F. CXAttKSOSr BROOKTILLE, INDIANA, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1835. VoL.iii.i-ivo. . . . - terms of the American. distance from the earth, by the distance that i advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at the quicksilver stood above a piece of brass I"1. nf the. Vear. I Which formed a nrntortinn InlliB Tliormnmo. L.MU.J-' - I - - --..EMS-tTs. Twelve lines, or less, will be tre, lmmedmtelj along side of the Barometer. Ac.rBA or three times, for one dollar, and 25 Whenever I felt tired. I would seat mvself in o"6",, k- rfcu-sred for each additional insertion the hnttnm of th r U iV, IgtntS " I . , v 1 1 x...v..ld. from the well filled opposite to me, watch its height, and when I luuua it rising, wouia throw out seme ballast and counteract its course. Now and then I would look over the car. and notice. particu larly, the direction and situation of the water EARTHQUAKE AT OMOA. ITKIff.fi. Tl.. V.- n.l. XI. .11 ..- ,...on.L I ' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 May 1835

NEWS OF TIIK WEEK. From the Connersville Watchman. WHITE WATER CANAL. We take the liberty of presenting the following letter to our readers. It contains natter of deep interest to this section of Inliana. Did we feel ourselves permitted to .end with it the name of the gentleman who 'lonored us with the communication, it would command for the suggestions and ideas ad vanced, much attention and respect, both in ! his State and in Ohio. He does not present liimself as the common and superficial scribbler, but as one whose long extensive and practical experience in connection with the Western Improeemeuts, particularly by Ca balling, together w ith Ins present station, en title his sentiments to high considerations. "Indian roLis, Aprill 11, 1835. Sam'I. W. Parker, Esqr: Dar Sir : The course pur ued by the Ohio Legislature in regard to the hilewaler Canal, seems to have been received with surprise and regret in every part of the Slate. This you have doubtless perceived from the tone of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 May 1835

3 A3IBKIC A N. Ul0O KYILLB, INDIANA. FBIOAT, MAY 1, 1835. ! bv appointment, on feabbath next at 10 o -p,k at the bouse of Dr. Kennedy, on Little .j r Mr. B. was formerly a Roman Catholic p V tut has renounced the Catholic doctrines, nggjidto be a gentleman of a high order oftal"e! Enquirer. LMVI -- - . I - o. two days meeting will be held at Monntci Meeting House on the 16th and 17th of l'by the Rev. James Csnwell, and Rev. Elijjjj'jjarwick. A general invitation is given. Ky The editor having been necessarily called fmin home the past week, has not been able to pay that time and attention to the editorial columns of thit paper, that he would have done under other circumstances. He will also be absent the coming week. Gen. Harrison. This distinguished individual having business, of a private nature to attend to in the Western part of this State, will leave Cinciniiti in the course of a week, for Vincennes; and on tit return about the last of this month wilt pass through this ptace. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 May 1835

From the Mercantile Journal. THE PLEDGE. Thou sparkling bowl! thou sparkling bowl! Though lips of bards thy brim may press, And eyes of beauty o'er the roll. And song and danco thy power confess, I will not touch thee; for there clings A scorpion on thy side, tint stings! Thou crystal glass! like Eden's tree. Thy melted ruby tempts the eye, And, as from that, there comes from thee The voice, Thou shalt not surely die.' I dare not lift thy liquid gem: A snake is twisted round thy stem! Thou liquid fire! like that which glowed For Paul upon Melitia's shore, Thou'st been upon my guests bestowed, But thou shalt warm my house no more; For, whercso'erthy radiance falls, Forth, from thy heat, a viper crawls! What, though of gold the goblet be, Embossed with branches of the vine, Beneath whose burnished leaves we sea Such clusters as poured out the wine; Amng those leaves an adder hangs! I fear him for I've felt his fang9. The Hebrew, who the desert trod, And felt the fiery serpent's bite. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 May 1835

HMDDDAMA A1HISIEII(DAM OUR COUNTRY OtJR COUNTRY'S INTEREST A ND OUR COUNTRY'S fRIENDS. jjy C. F. Cli AKKSO:? TERMS OP THE AMERICAN. ( in advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at T,e expiration of the year. Advertisements.- Twelve linns, or less, will be inserted once or three times, for one dollar, and 25 ents will be charged for each additional insertion Frnmthe Cincinnati Gazette. MATTHIAS THE IMPOSTOR. We published yesterday some notice of the trial of JUatthias lor muruer. lie was acquit ip on the ground that the proof of death of Mr Pierson by poisen was not sufficient. He rraf then tried and convicted of two aggrn ated assaults upon hisown daughter, a young rr'ipA woman, whom he had punished for expressing her determination to live with her husband, and for declaring her disbelief in her father s doctrines, inereaaer may iorm a rnrrect opinion of the whole cage of this imnnstor. from the following icmarks of the 5,1(tp. n passing sentence. .The Court then proceeded to pass sen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 May 1835

IVEWS OF THE WEEK. PORTRAITS. The Washington correspondent of Use Portland Advertiser has given sketches of : the yarions Senators of the United States. From one of the numbers we select the following. They are each of them excellent, particularly the first. It is an - admirable hit: Watchman. "Win. Hendricks, of Indiana. A Jacksonman of no particular politics. So little is known of him or his opinions, that it would not be safe to describe him very minutely. When he formed the fifth man on a Committee, two of which wore Jackson men, and two in opposition, on one occasion, John Holmes remarked, that he never knew a Committee more equally divided; there were two and a half 071 f ach side! Mr. Hendricks has two years more to sene in his present term. William C. Preston, of South Carolina. A native perfect orator. His eloquence glows like the 1 oetry ot the Bard whose 'hallowed lips' were 'toucheed with fire-'' He and his colleague arc the champions of the State Right's party in the Se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 May 1835

15 AMERICAN. " FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1S35. -rjsaMrc. We believe that it is gener!!vll nderstood that .Messrs. .noch 31 tarty, and John M. Johnston, ui u tauuiuaves ai me cnsu;nr August election, tofrepresent this County in the 3cxt ligature. Coyigressl "e understand that the Candidates for Congress, Messrs. Dunn and Lane, will address their fcllow-citize.18 of Brookville on Tuesday next. Tien Pike. The Commissioners of the Indit;aand Harrison Turn Pike, will keep in Bind that to-morrow week, the 16th inst. is the foy appoint for the meeting for the purpose of ' - - .-.:l I J.-J-. .. mating arrangemenio mr upemng dooks ior sub ecriptio"' The following are the names of the Comniissioners, iv t, I1HO.IU i urceu 0f Denrborn county; George Sutton, John Quick, Richard Tyner, David Mount, and Joseph Anderson of Franklin county; Joseph Nichols, and WilllUa j. Brown of Rush county; David Tracy of Stelby; sd Willis Atherton of Marion. Mr. Sutton since bis appointment has removed to CincinnatiDaniel ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 May 1835

SI I S C 12 I, L.A IN ISUS. . From the New York Transcript. WIDOW GRIFFIN'S COURTSHIP. It is not customary as far as we are ac raaintcd with the history of most countries, 'or women actually to o a courting. I hey leverthelcss can, and ofien do, effect much j ;n forwarding a suit at home. Nay, for the -nost part, they do their full share of wooing not precisely in the way men woo; of ourse not in that direct and positive way ut hy smiles, and killing glance;, and Ian-, guirhing looks, and tender 6igns, and all the thousand ways wherehy nature, a little assisted hy art. hns armed them for doing execution on the hearts of yieldingswains. Nor is viiis mode of courtship as practised on the female side, the loss effective for heing indirect. On the contrary, it derives a great part of its force from this very circumstance.. It thus takes the heart at unawares, its victory before the oppose party is well apprised that a lodgement has been made; whereas, a more open and bold attack would f...

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