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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 March 1855

V . fl fJBlVS AfJD DUSifJ B S S"PB P ER- -D EVOT ED ?0 iFORBäßM AND; ÜOiESTäCEWS, Wm&i TBI ÄND ?HB BEST INTERESTS OP SGC3ETY. VOL. XXIII-KO. 13. ßROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH IG, 1855. WHOLE NUMBER 1157. Drdtssiimal darb. T I. DATW, H. D i- rnvucuü UK .1 CkU.H. Orr , al hl r.lJ.neo, eoraf alaaal Jam..iria, Nrwekllle,lal. , ta j.yr. rmT.-avNoaoji drstht, it. Heu, " T4i. All work urnra. on. uuor min ei in. warranted. No eharge for.l.miif Blloa r adrle. 41-1 ffTX"! JCIL2,-JtSTICKovsB PRACK, V .na Aürey CoaBllor l liw, Brooktlle, lea. Omca, Seat KuIwimkI ab11 8,. r. 43 1833. TT KCTroir. attokmy" oTcousskll U AI' 'LAW. Ornc, e.T, 11.11.' uiiJiBf, urofliftiu, loa. aio TT rf. trOOTtZtiZlL-ATTORXlX A.1Ü 4, tUl(H.WK AI LAW, O tue Aatertcaa um., UrookvllL, Ind. LAW. Orrtr, .nii.r 3 'W X AT LA w. Omca, T.r Power. Stnre, brook villa, 1.4. TTOsn J. rxtirr.-ATToTiTY at m w X.J, an Ko-t.at Fv.uo. 0rr i.on.dnft uUi r the Valley llotM, Brook Tltl. Ia4. Will lasee.ka...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 March 1855

h rjBWSPAP'BR--corjTAiic a per sur-mary of .the latest porbsgn and ooM&sfie WBiuoEncE. ÜTDIAITA AHEBICAIT. "rUNII TO TSCT, TO LHIBTT la 9 aOS WT C, . no ra WUA wT. A. GOOEWHT, Editor. BSOOZTXLLS, ETDILSl. rniDAT JHABCH lGt IMJ- Eelisrtous Notice. The next stated meeting of the White Water Presby tery will meet in Rushville on the first Tuesday in April next. If the Republican copies this notice, it nill please give us credit, for we writ every word of it who defends a band of robbers, nr. acweeTj on we j-iguor A.aw. nn though hebe no robber himself, has We publish, on our first page. Mr. v r constantly receiving com- but little adrantageof them In moral McCleery'r address to the citizens of P-amii irom our country nnu lown position. The Collins appropriation Frantlin ccunty, in reference to his subscribe, about certain borrowers of was carried by outiight corruption.- action on the temperance law. Uur - - vu. w.-. q ..... i t .. I aiihirihr. (iif.r rrnf t rvail thai ' Le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 March 1855

A PAPER f ÖR ' THE PftMllY C3ROiE-OEVö?8D TO THE "Äß8ÜS8MEHT:fifiD ' iHSTRüGTlfliä' ' ÖP VÖÜß- ÄND 6Ü). TUB ÄMERJCfifJ. VHO IIEC 3 AGE. : : GtTtiZmtn of ths House ' . of Heprtsentativa. I retDCctfuIlr return to too bill Na 93, entitled Aa act to amend an act to authoriie and regulate the business oi general banking,' which originated in the House of Representatives, with a brief statement of tbe reasons for withholding my sygnature. I regret that to short a time has been allowed me for examining tbe bill (it having been received by me at a late hoar last night) bat I return it this early ia order to afford to the representatives of the pet.ple as much time for reconsidering its provisions as possible. The most serious objection to the bill is the almost unlimited discretionary powers which it confides to a single oCcer the Auditor of State such as the power, at any time, to chttge the stocks which are a security for the issues of a bank, the question of residence, the power to deter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 March 1855

THE VftUBY FARMER-DEyOTBD -TO THE TRUE INTEREST OP PARSERS, MEGHfifiJCS, A HD WGRIUNfi Wl - . .. .. . ....... . . r i J, VAUEY PARMER. (fl iJQ AdsxitUact to F&lri. The following, from tho pen of Dr. Stevenson, though written with reference to the) State Fair, contains eorae bints of ralu to tha Directors of our County Fain. It U from the Indiana Farmer. rnmtna IvmiVI T'urWTt' The sfomUfJnffnorn to v,Ä gvw ; n million of Aimmul. Tho usual modohasbcen by on- -. tirVAts und bv bailees , , i i - I I I'll '' which admit the headsof the fara- stock raisers, fruit growers, manHies, and ill under twenty years ufacturers and mechanics, in arof ago during tho show. The ob- ranging the premium list for the jeetioa to theso badges arc, first, year 18w. Another objection that as they remain in the hands of tho resolution, is to secure the of tho purchasers, and uro not services of men well qualified, in lifted at tho gate, they aro passed U respects, uncharge the imporout to others w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 March 1855

!! w w v f r P I' '! (' ' X d ' i Ar " i ;i .- fC' 1 ' r iTr sSvf r ft l!w 7 Vi I 4 i - fl fJßlVS AfJD ÖUSMBSS PiPER DEVOTED TO FGREMf AHD DOMESTIC NEWS, JVIOHALS, TOTBMJCE, EDUCATJOfJ, M9Gi)l?üRE, AfJD THE BEST MTEHESTS 2 VOL. XXin-NO. 11 BßOOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MAIiCIU4r 1855. WHOLE NUMBER 1158. 5." Iiritddital (Litis, T B. I) ATM, H. d7,-PUTICIAM I, ti&ü. Urru-a, it kit reeldenee, kaia ead Jamee etroeu, Brook t111v.Ii A SUR corner ad. Tis. J. irrrrrtT, ükoröji "de.itht. JjOrrtcs, en door tools of tb Vt!ly Houi.-tim. Alt work worraotod. I ikifn tel iMla-U i tun rt4rt. . oi-iy I nr imn rnc:i2,-JusTics or pkack, W ood Auotbov a. Ceaaeellov at low. BrookVTUe, lad. Omca, Booth. Keat ooraor of PahII Beware. 3 1843. TT rCiST. ATTOKSKY A COUNaL1 LOH At' 'LAW. OmcL 1(0.7, Hallo' Boildlag, B root Tille, lad. 1 143 tt r ? r rrTAjrr,--a tto rIH y and 1J, t.OLAL.to a r LAW. Omca, ander UAmrlcaa Qfleo, Brook vllle, ltd. 43 M A UJ7A,Ml-ATT0llir 4 C0ÜS8KLL0K V A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 March 1855

A NBWSPÄPER--lLWfÄiNJNC Ä 8R3BP SUMMARY OF THE LATEST PGR8.&N fiWD.OOKIBSTiG'irJTQltiOBrJCB. HTDIAITA AIIEBICAIT. "nmii st rm tbct, t ussarr ana iaw, .tob sw.ts ti, ai no rui t&ULt awi." T. A. G00DT7HT, .Editor. ZZOOZTZLIZ. DTDIISX. rniDAT, JTlAnCII 21 183J. Ilortl Perjury. ; We lay mora perjury, simply to distinguish tie Had we are about to ipeak of, from legal perjury, which is, or may be followed by legal punishments; and not because we believe that4there is any moral difference between them. We now refer to the riolation of fScial oaths. 50 far as we know, no man waa ever indicted for perjury, when disregarding his oathjof office, and' wo presume none ever will be. Yet, when a man sol emnlrsweara to faithfuUv Oiscbarge . i . . j i , . j. me auuet oi ocace, ana neg.ee , j UlU .worn Uhdj .n7 other subject. itüiniiTiewoi meiancuiy, anu . .1 i I Linoanz ooneauon ot an oam oiomce, how can any one look upon those who v w vioiaiea meir ociciai ooiizauona, m me ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 March 1855

a-PAPBU PGR THB PfiMilY CiRGIB DEVOTED TO THE AßlüSEMEHT AND INSTRUCTION - OP VOIIIUG AND OiD. Fron the soll Bend Register. TXX2 irCLATUHE ADJOUMTED. ITo Senatorial Election. At noon, on Monday of this week, the61t daj of the session, the Indiana Lejulatare adiourncd line die. I he House, anxious to perform a duty do rolred upon the present Legislature by the Constitution of the United States, made another and the twenti eth effort tobring on the election, of .a O St a U. 8. Senator. At the noia-orcr members of the Senate had been in isticz that the oGcer should be elect ed by each Branch Totiog aeperately a thing unprecedented in the 30 years history of our State, the Republican members u a last attempt at compro mise, proposed to resofre that each Branch should tote aeperately three times; and if they failed to agree, then both Branches should meet in joint Contention and elect Brjt as it was rumored that this. proposition could not be Toted down in the Senate, the old liners in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 March 1855

vaubv pärmbr: au V-.M , . . " ' " '" ' Eroom Con. Mr. Editoh: The opening of a Farmer' department in your paper aa excellent plan. Beside the a Jvitn Ugo that wo can oltaia from our Ag rlcultural papers, which of course you Jo not intend yours ihould lupcrcede; wo can in'tfcte keep up a littlo corner chit of our otto, and let at many others lathe) distance hear as wish to. To begin. The writer iishe"somo cf your readers to mrtke out and furo Uh for publication, a Kort article on the culturo of Broom Com. Gite the general plan of rawing it how to prepare the ground how to plant whether drill or checker but especially how to Uke care of It after ithAa grown what Is tho sign of ita being ready to harrest wheat the cheapest and best pUnof taking oflf the iced what tho yalue of the seed for stock feeding how to prepare tho brush for market what is the profit of tho crop. Now all this can be told in a short ar tiJ'.t which some of your Springfield or Bath readers can prepare in one ct eni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 30 March 1855

A I A fJEVS fifJD BÜSMESS PflPEH-DEVOTED TO Vmilim AND DOMESTIC NEWS, TBMPBRAIDG EDUCATION, AGRSGUITDRE, AND TBE BEST INTERESTS -QP SGGIE?3. VOL. XXm-KO. 15. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30,. 1855. MOLE NUMBER 1159. I 131 1,11 lHfll IRtll "V I'll llil I Jll I CT at professional (tarts. W. DAVIS. . D.. PHYSICIAJ SDR ala and James streets. Brook rille, Ind. vi. urnti.ttin rw.iuvnua, vomer m Til J.W. H21T,-üKGB0N DE5TIST. jli urrrcs, on uoor souvn 01 toe VtlUf Hti,iPTni. All work warranted. Ms eaarga for examla auoa er advice. ai TTXTJI nLOOZ,-JUST!CK wm PEACE, J aad Aiwraav at caeaeeiior ai law. Brook vine, laa. umi, lis Square. Soma Bast eornerof Pub 3-1653. YTT TSffSSJXt. ATTOK3BY COUHSUL- , ToK At 'LAW. Orrici, Jfo.7, Halle's BiUMlng, Brook Till, Ind. 9 143 CO. CTtOOXnUmC ATTORNEY AND Ataarteaa ÜOo, BrookvlUe, lad. 43 'M wu.isabi.wn ai lah, urnca, unuor ALT.T7AEI),-ATTOR5Zr&COÜSELLOK jLI AT LAW. Omen, otor Powers Siora, Brook vUle, lad. TTCSia J. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 30 March 1855

A rS?aPBBC0N'flUNJNÜ A BR3BP SüßÄBt OF THE LATEST. PÖRB3GN AND OOMBSTiO INTBiyGBNGB. niDIAITA AHERICAN. IST TO TBCT, TO LllItTT 14W, ATOK IWiTI CS, AHB O ISaLL A."' T. A. GOODWIN, Editor. 2200XYXLLZ, DTDIASA. FRIDAY, JIUBCU 30 1825. Does the Prohibitory Liquor law Forbid the Manufacture of Liquor far Exportation? It is not with a yiew ot defending the law, or conciliating those who are opposed to it, that we call attention tn thrf question. The law will defend itself; and thegood-will of those who fear the price of corn will be re duced bj its operations, is not worth haring. Any man who would be willing to see the tide of intemperance "continue to sweep'over this land, rather than he should kfail a get a high price for corn, is tooheartless to be called a man. Ho would bo willing to purchase wealth at any price. But what is the fact concerning this law? "We answer, the law is precisely the law, in regard to the manufacture, that we hare contended for, for years the rery kind we con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 30 March 1855

mm for im mmvt mm-mwm n the auiüs&bnt and ifisTRUGTJöN w mm old. 3 nmiin3bii. (Front th Indianapolis Republican, No Apportionment law. Ptrhap th ruost rcmarkabl incident which marks tho tr.injre CTeut ful hUtory of tlio recent union of tue Uencral Assembly, wu the fail ur to pnM an apportionment lair. Without pasting such a Uw, it in sup Tono(l that no new Aaaembly can bo legally elected, and thus by n diso beyal of tut Constitution, iho Itcpre aenUtive and LrghtlaUlo feature of tho government U abrogated, tho chief Republican idea act aside, and practical and real despotism established. Tho onlj remedy, is an appeal to Congress, or a Convention of ino people. Tho refiuircment of tho Stato Contitulion, which are clear and positive, touching this important matter to at follows: Stfo. 4. "The General Assembly, shall at its ttcon'l session after (ho adoption of this Constitution, and every sixth yoar , theieafter, c.iuo an enumeration to to nuilo of all the whito malo inhab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 30 March 1855

yfliinv. farmer. r Liquor Law, and Farming Interests. Mr. Editor: It is nil ty those who think the y know, that tho operation of tho Indiana Liquor Law will reduce the prico of corn considerably. Some are trying upon thi ground to prejudice the farmer agaimt it. A a producer I hare examined this question recently and am convinced that "that do will not Ita." I will present the figures and if any one can draw a different conclusion, I will be glad if tuch'a one will present tho same to tho publio upon tho figures and not upon tho mete assertion of a politician. In the coaopcndcnco of the U S, census fo? 1830, we find that the total amount of corn produced in tho U S, for that year was 602,071,104. .Total amount dlstillod 1 1 ,0G7,7G 1 Making 1 bushel distilled to erery produced. In Indiana for the toao year wcro produced 62,00 1.3G3 Wer distilled In Indiana 1,417,000 or 1 bushel In ercry 37. Then throwing away tho computation for tho entire United States and supposing that Indiana mu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 6 April 1855

T Off a, I i aa a 1 i aaa iai a aaa a i j I r -T , i NEWS AND-BUSINESS 'PAPER DEVOTED TO TOSIfiN ÄND DSm NEWS, MMl TEMPERANCE, 8DÜ0ÄT3ON, AÜB3CÜOTRE, AND WIE BEST INTERESTS OF SOCIETY.' VOL. XXIII-NO. 10. BROOKVILLE, ' FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 0, 1855. WHOLE NUMBER 1100. 7 'professional (Satis. j. B. DAVIS. K. D .-I'MVsiCtAM a I. tiKo M . om. e, et hl realdenee, earner of In andJamee streets, Hrookvllle, Ind. SCR. Till I. Iß Orr Valley M.i w. KiELT,-uMnr.o?r demist. .. ...... ulh of the All work N louse, vp raiaa warranted. N harr fur en on er auriee. CTlTJi KXLOOHTC, JCSTICB o ths PKACK, end Auurmi u. I'eaaaellor at law, Hrnnk iila, I o.l. Orm a, ! story Weal's new building, (mating the Coarl llons O l-O). WKORKOMT, ATTOK5KV coirs-nci.. i I.UKA LAW. Omca, Ho. r, Hall' Building, tlrookvllU, lud. 8 14 J T KC. CBOOHnilUC-ATlORMKY AMD 1ft n)if.Mhi.T.oi aT I. a W, Orru . ander in American Offle, llroos. vllle, Ind. 41 '3 J Alir. WARD,-ATTOhTk YVroi-XWK M.OK At LA vi, Urru...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 6 April 1855

A PAPfiMÖMMJW A BR.BP' SUMMARY OP TUB LATEST FOfifflCN AND. DOMBSY36 INTfitMGBNGB. TIIDIAITA AIiIERICAIT. gjm Ultntion. asaä-ä-äaaas mm m a 1 11 wiiii i n n t mwMMB f"" vVi t MllIS BCT TO TRCT1I. T lIBIITV ARB tW, rtvoa swats vs, no rata sa.sa aws.' T. A. GOODWIN, Editor. ESOOXTILLI, ETDIA2IA. rHIDATi Aruu.. 1.43. 3rLnt Monday waa election day. Several person, rcro elected. tO"Lafe Gardner U doing business in Grccnsburg, in this State. XiTC B. Bcnlley, Ksq. ha been appointed Post Master in place of Mr. King, deceased. JTSTThe final sale of the Railroad property, is to tako place on the 12th of June, the fit at day of the ober er. TDr. George Enlistment of Americana for the I studies of your first collegiate year.' Eastern 7ar. Our classical Department embrace Notwithstanding tho law of Neu- your second and third collegiate and t rali ty that forbid our citizens' enlist- all of your ellnssical course, ing to servo ngVm.t a nation with I mnke thU Statement not with the which we aro at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 6 April 1855

r ß WER FOR TO VhmVi C3RGLE DEVOTED TO THE ÄulüSEfM? MD .NSTROCTiON (tf VOUNC AND OLD. bond or undertaking signed by all the owners of stock, or a bond signed by any stockholder, with security to be approred by the AudiU), conditioned for the prompt payment on demund of all its outstanding notes, if tiny inch notes remain unpaid. Sec. 53. All laws and parts of laws conflicting with this act are hereby re pealed. Sec. 51. Each bank organized under the provisions of this net, and each bank now in existence instituted tinder Ihe provisions of said amended act, shall, upon its compliance with the provisions ot this act, appoint an acretit. who shall keep an office in the city of Indianapolis for the redemption of the circulating notes of such bank, either in coin or exchange upon the city of .New York, at the option of such bank: Provided, hovever, that such circulating notes may be redeemed at such agency, if in coin, at a rate of discount not exceeding one per cent., and if in exehang...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 6 April 1855

nm mum mmu-mwm n nm mm -mmwt w parmbrs, hanics, working im VAUBY FARMER. 1 7r W, iV EÜOCH Uc'CAETY-A Sketch. Every attentive member of the Agricultural locicty, must have frequent ly noticed an elderly roan, of imall Vature. taking an active part in the delifeeratumi of the Society, and, particularly during meetings of the Board, giving important advice and counsel. It would argue that a man mutt bo almost a stranger in Franklin County to hear him ask who that is; for Exocii McCartt bono of tho fixtures of Old Franklin. His father wa one of the earliest settleri in the White Water Valley, end he himself has taken an active part in most of iu transactions. Were we writing a history of the man, instead of giving merely an c?ricultural sketch of him, wo would have to write a history of Franklin co. Few men, living or dead, have had more to do in the affairs of the county than he. He was one of the delegates that framed the first State Constitution, and prior and nubsequtnt to its adopt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 13 April 1855

n 1 i i . i I i ata a i art- 1 i.i r i i A HEWS ÄND BUSinSSS PfiPBR-DSyOTED TO föREäßW AND DÖMÜST1G -NEWS, MAIS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, ACRiCMTURE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIETY. VOL. XXIII-NO. 17. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13. 185-5. MOLE NUMBER 1161. 7 rrftssiwal Öüttbs. TtlVTI If TJ PiTYSICUX A RUR I. (Jwü. um . i ble reeidenee. eorner off Mala aad Jamee iireeti.Broob vllle.Iad. TI. l.W. rHtT,-SUK:KO DKSTIST. v Houte.vr -ratal. All warraaUd. No chart for n aUea eradv Is. TTSÜS yrritoM, justicb er tb pkac-k. Li and Attorney o Coaniallor at law, Brook- -. - 1 a.i ..... ... I vmv, lau, vrm a, iwi " k v i fro all of Iba Caan lioute J I.N.J. 9V. ATTOK.IKY A fOUJtfKL Buildlof , B n, a i . n vrrn a. nvi tiauw . rookvll., lad. 1 II, .AirX.- ATTOmT AM) Ua Aaertcaa Office, Brook Till, lad. 43 'ia Aft Vvv.tivn At i.A... urrHinu.i i IF. aTO?: ATTOR5KY at cocä skllok Orrici, ver Poweri Store, Srookrlll, lad. TTCtZl J. riLLXT. ATTOKSKY AT LAW X,l Boraae PvabM. O m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 13 April 1855

A N8WSPAPBR--GONTA8NJNG A BR3EF SUMMARY OP THE LATEST PORE3GN AMD DOMESTIC JNTBIUGBNGB. TIIDIAIIA AIIEMCAH. hare another session of the legislature, unless under the constitution, unless the Governor calls one; ana if he does so, it seems that even that will not reme Shocking Blasphemy. Another Slave Case. It ii painful to sue to what measures A few weeks ago a southerner was the lovcri of rum report to justify their traveling through Ohio with piece of i . : l . i ii .. i . i i ii i . . i i , .v:i I prciice, nu iv cuiuicma mute wuo jjrujjwnjr wiucn no cnueu "iioaeua . . - - . . . .a . .1 .......... .1 :i . ..t .1. . i - ' i I . . n .1 tt. i Ttli It IhO Brstnpe iruil Ot lusion. I uvsire tu kuij ins in ui me uornu a gui some to jcars oiu. jie stoppeu When we will hold another election. trffic It has beenustomary for vcari to sr,end a Sunday at Columbu. and when wo shall hold a convention to für them to iustifv their drunkenness on Monday the nron-rtv wus detained arm a oiaie wonsmui....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 13 April 1855

s tum m the mwvi omoiMaioran to tub ämüssikn? ado justrbwios w,yob8 m out of proceeding at once to the rendestous of the Germans, and taking tl.c gun at all hazards. Messrs. Gregory, Bnsheaa?, and several other old and influential citizens, however, dissuaded them from taking this eourse, and proposed at the sama time, appointing a.Comruittec of three, to go and endeavor to obtain the gnn in a peaceable manner; "assuring the erowd at the same time that . if the Committed did not succeed in deliver inj it on the gronnd by ten o'clock, that they would then offer no obstacle to tailing it by force. The proposition was acceded to; three gentlen-en being appointed to servo on the Committee, immediately left the ground to act according to their instruction. As tea o'clock approached and passed, a great deal of impatience was manifested, and it required ail the persuasive powers ofseveral prominent citizens to restrain the crowd from going at once for the cannon. At the time there must hav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 13 April 1855

tub mum pabmbr-dbvgtbd to m true ihtbrsst op pabssbrs; mechanics, and working . VftUEV PARMER. 11 THE ONE A CSE FAE2I. a cmx tor nxso tims9. 'How much laad have you got here in your lot, Mr. Briggs.' I have one acre.' 'One acre! and here you are taking four agricultural papers: and all because you have one acrt of ground! How man? such papers would you have to tako if you had a hundred acres!' - 'I shouldn't probably need any moro than. I take now; you know, Mr. Chapman, one can 'go through tho motions' on one acre as well as a hundred.' 'A man can throw away money without anj if he has mind to. For all the good you get from auch periodicals, you might as well, probably, throw tho monev they cost into the fir. they are nothing bat humbugs.' I pay in all only eight dollars.' Eight dollars! enough to buy a Hip top barrel of flour, and leg of bacon: and then if you read these peri odicals, there U twice the amount of money spent in reading them.' 'I do usually read or hear read almost ...

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