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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 June 1835

' r- -v L . -.--4 .- V- - 4 - TERMS Of THE! AMERICAN. : , t'2 in advance $2,50 is six moat In; or $3,00 at Jwpirationoftheyear. . dvkbtiiixents. Twelve lines, or Jess, will be . a hnre or three times, for one dollar, and 35 jgatt wiU he charged For each additional insertion THE GIPSY'S PROPHECY. Turns in the year of 1822 that I visited the . prisons of Home. Among the unfortunte creatures brought hither by distress or roilt, I observed in the corner of a dungeon a Toong female seated on a handful of straw, Sorting her infant. Her complexion was ..hv.&in her large black eve glowed the fire of the sun of Italy. The relics of her ap parel indicated that previous to her imprisonment she had worn the garb of a Roman Mnt. Her expressive physiogonmy and Cr bold look seemed calculated to excite curiositj 1 ap proncneu, anu oeggea ner io relate to me through what misfortune she found herself in this place of horror. 'St. Francis!" exclaimed she; Jwhat interest can the narrative o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 June 1835

CIRCULAR. ro the People of Frankli County : - compliance with a re quest, and conformably to promise, I proceed lies i,Arnn rnn. in a brief manner, an outline of the course I will pursue in a legis lative ranacitv. should I be so fortunate as to obtain a majority of your suffrages. The stats tn. whirh I asoire is both honorable and resposible; and whoever may be selected by vn to fill it will find ample scope for the ex orcise of his mental powers. Without further preliminary remarks. I will proceed to the subjects upon wnicn my views uaic spec tfully and courteously solicited, commenc ing with me subject 01 INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. be had, then I will endeavor to have it so a- mended as to render it less exceptionable than it now is. bv placing a fair proportion of the o . - .... burthen upon the shoulders ol tne new coun- As the law now stands, out a sman Indiana is a young and flourishing State, tion of our State amount of the revenue will be derived from that source, while the pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 June 1835

AMERICAN. BROOKYILLE, INDIAN A. " FRIDAT, JCNK 19, I S3. OtZ.W H. Harrison partook of a public dinuratCapt. Wood's Tavern in this place to-day at Vcl P. M. We shall give further notice of proceedings next week. The Inquirer will in future be conducted by fiutchen and Coleman. There will be no change j the political course of the paper, even though there has been a change of proprietors in part." Brookville Inquirer, June 12M. We are authorized to announce Col. Ben. Sed. Xoblk, aa a candidate for Representative in the next Legislature. Col. C. W. Hvtchen is also a candidate. Cakl Commissioner, We understand that Knock McCarty, Esq. of this county, has been appointed by the Governor, & commissioner to assess ctmagcs on the Wabash and Erie Canal. He pro ems immediately to enter upon the discharge of the duties, and willnot be able to return until after the August Election. Apology. To the lovers of light reading we have to apologise this week. The large number of idvertisem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 June 1835

fEII 8CELLAIVEOUS. For the Indian America. TIME. "Eternity f joy shaft bloom For man in Heaven's ecstatic plain, "Or hell shall ope in central gloom "Her long eternity of pain." Miss Langdon. Hail! ewift child of Eternity once more On thy dark and undistinguished shore, Shall all thy glories and thy powers rest Upon dying Nature's beauteous breast. ' What faltering Hope shall then remain to thee rVhensbipwreck'd in the wide and boundless sea, That cannot nor tide nor foam nor flow, But calmly rest, where e'en Naturs's last trump hall blow. But onward sweep onward thy awful course, With thy loud playing echoes, loud and hoarse; Thy time will soon be o'er, and sit in gloom Upon the short space of man's lonesome tomb. Let loose the chain that binds thy daring wing, And Nation's passing shriek will tell, On swifter wings than Eagles bring, The glory that you share and feel. Thy flight swifter than tongues can tell, Gliding down the fleet stream of years. Dark in thy course as death and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 June 1835

OCR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIEXDS. JyC. F. CIjAKKSOX. BROOKYILLE, LBIAA, FRIDAY EVELG, JUIVE26, 1S33. VOL.. IH. Io 26. TFRMS OF THE AMERICAN. t in advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at f" if the vear. ieexpi" - . .. . L a nnre or three times, for one dollar, and 25 sertea1-'' , j e. i, ir.ort,v.n be cnar-u iw. av.v.,t... ....u,.. J-'or the Indiana American EDUCATION. Tis Education forms the common mind, Just as the twig is bent the tree inclined." T at individual must possess a contemptible . :nn 0f the works of Nature, who conceives that -OJ.tP.l merely for sordid and selfish pur- C,e It is a fact which will be admitted by all, t'':".. -ratpd for each others comfort, that is in t are mutually dependant on each other for a fcVis delightful or pleasant in life. If then th P.. Emitted, it behooves us to ascertain i iv-nt L-v- - - . . . . , . . f" t raanner we can best communicate uus pieasothers, which I think, w ill be found to con- . jnthe improvement o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 June 1835

CIRCULAR. To the People of Franklin County t Fellow Cittizens. A writer over the signature of a voter both in the American and I iiquirer, has called upon the candidates for the Legislature to answer the following questions: "1st. What are your views on the subject of Internal Improvements, and what course will you pursue if elected? 2d. In what light do you view the Ad va!remlaw of last session; and what will be your action in reference thereto? 3d. What course ought to be adopted repecting the Militia are you in favor of resuscitating the system?" Being a candidate for a seat in the Legislature, and of course, one of those to whom 'ias been propounded the above interrogatives, it will doubtless be expected that I s-hould respond to them. So far, however, as I am concerned, I had supposed, that there was not a single individual in the county, ignorant of my opinions upon those important f ubjects. For they were before the last ses- : ion of the Legislature of which I had the honor ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 June 1835

Wl ebican. GEN. HARRISON'S RECEPTION. I Gen. Harrison's visit to the Western part of this State on business, Las given Lis friends and fellowcitizens in this State, an opportunity of paying those testimonials of respect which are due him. It has been highly gratifying to him, as well as to the friends of justice, that he has been, throughout the State, warmly received and cordially greeted by gentlemen of all parties. He has been tendered public dinners in most every town through which he has passed; and was publicly invited to visit many towns which did not lie on his route and which it was impossible for him pass through. On the evening of 16th we received information that he would pass this place, on the 19th. A meeting was immediately called, and a committee appointed to invite him to a public dinner in this place at 2 o'clock on the 19th. The following is the correspondence between the jr dat Vincennes, at a public dinner given Committee and the General him by the citizens of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 June 1835

.11 1 SCI2LLANJ20US. AN INTERESTING LETTER. Toths Editors of tUe Louisville Journal, Natcum April 15th 1835. DsAtt Sir I left Louisville on the 9th inst., and hate arrived thus far, after a rapiJ and pleasant passage. I am on board the Chancellor, Capt. Shalcross, as staunch and commodious a boat, and as intelligent, and noble hearted ft commander, as can be met with upon the western waters. The Chancellor is a river girt parlor a floating hotel her table abounded with all the luxuries of the cities and towns upon the brinks of the Ohio and Mississippi. In speed, too, she is a match for any competitor the Eclipse of the watery race track. Heartily, most heartily do I commend her to your readers. We have n great number of passengers, nnd, among the rest, a man with a family who boasts, that before leaving Louisville, he was invited to a public dinner by the citizens of that place. A lovely little black-eyed girl of eighteen summers, who calls mm lather, ana whn often amuses me by her...

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

ART A AMTETBIICDAM OCR COUNTRY R COUNTRY S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY S FRIEKDS. -Jfc. F.CLAUKS03T. BtlOOKTILLE, INDIANA, FRIDAY EVEIXG, JU1.Y 3, 1835. voi,. m; ivo sr. THD TFRMS OP THE AMERICAN. ia advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at J" . f ( rpar. ,V CXPl!311"" v v pVF.K : e. .iii. 01 st- . i - .-.! r.irA.rli ttdili t im,i 1 Jncf.rtir.il will r-e cons'-" 'UPIVIS OF GEN. HARRISON, at iht Pulilic Dinner gireix to him ly the fV-Vf fincennes, on Me o.Vay, 1S35. prrp'Mort which you have given me, fbl- --t -ens. upon niy arrival amongst you, and the 1 nch vou now dome, hadbcen received ntber portion of the American peopie.it a-1.' ! , . , . hive elicited irom me me w-stituJe. rve to warmest feelings' But there are circumstances which no niarK OI approu.uiou l mav ivixic u i - - rou an iiKi-i vm-aim a. unut ui.viuu unj iu'u ( ' d have received at any other place or from any Ti'r people. Upon this spot I passed some of the i-t eventful years of my life. Here it was that I c,:5il powers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 3 July 1835

Continued from the Jirstpage. The necessary shortiness of my stay in New Orleans forbids my availing myselfof the hospitalites, that are generously and profusely urged upon me, and hence I am but little acquainted with the general society of the city. My daily walks, however, suffice to convince me that it contains an extraordinary portion of female loveliness. If poor Packingham's oldiers whose watch'word was "Beauty and Booty.'' had but been indulged with an op portunity of looking upon the "'beauty" which ras promised them as the reward of victory, they would have fought like "devels oewucnand given Old Hickory a hard time for it. On Sunday evening last 'busy conscience be tfl,r I o nwed a moveing uue oi uumi the play the French was "all Greek" to me but j soon saw the kissing, of which there seemed a superfluity on the stage, was prciiy much the same thing in all languages. Perceiving that there was no use in listening, I betook myself exclusively, to looking and . I ormnnt in i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 3 July 1835

1 AMERICA FRIDAY, JUIT 3, 1835. fTTrSPEECHiNG. It will be seen by the no es of the candidates for Congress, that the ap- ,i.;nT weCK IS mufcujr iu uc uoulcu iv proacti stump M ndfiv at New-Trenton, Tuesday at Mount Car tel Wednesday at Fairfield, Thursday at Bloomn(r grove, Friday at Somersett, and Saturday at cjipp's Hill, commencing at one o'clock P. M. on ach day. Gen- Harbison. This distinguished individual hasbeen invited by the citizens of Lawrenceburgh to attenu iui.i to-morrow. ias accepted the invitation. UnnoKVittE Paper Mill The loud peals of the cannon announced, on Wednesday last, the tuccessful commencement of the Paper Mill in this pVe, which has just been erected by the enterpri:n proprietors, Messrs. Philips & Speer. The Paper Mill, in conjunction with the splendid flourjr Mill attached to it, adds considerable to the business of our thriving village. When they are entirely finished, we expect that these two Mills trill be equal, if not far superior, to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 3 July 1835

Ill SCELLANEOHS. From the Cincinnati Chronicle. DANIEL WEBSTER. In the year 1806 1 chanced, during a tour through New Hampshire, to stops at the little town of Boscowan. The weather was, as we aj, falling; and I thought it hest to spend a few days in the desert mud-hole I was in, particularly as I hcared my class mate Danniel Webster was practicing aw there. Daniel had been a queer boy at college; not much of a student; nor one of your flighty geniuses, but a grave and straight forward reasoner with whom few even of the Professors could contend in argument, and whose General ability, us well as unbending sternness and strength of character had been acknowledge by us an. Getting a direction from my landlord I put out amid the storm for Daniel's office, and after a few enquiries found it. There I discovered the Young Statesman, his shaggy and massive head leaning upon his hand, engaged in close conversation with a vounc man of about our own age, whose light, fair countenance was cloud...

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

ENDD lliiMA AMIBIEncDAKT gfgFtCLARKSOIVv BROOKVIIAE, INDIANA, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY IP, 1835. VOL. III. IVq gg TERMS OF THE AMERICAN, 12 in advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at .vTniration of the year. dvktisk!!ts. Twelve lines, or less, will be irted once or three times, for one dollar, and 25 t9 wiH be charged for each additional insertion POLITICAL. From the Richmond Enquirer. COLONEL JOHNSON'S LETTER. We are obliged to Mr. Stevenson for the following interesting correspondence. Col. Johnson's reply was received on Sunday last and we hasten to lay it before the public, ir. now abjures all National Banks under everj modification ana aeciares nis determination to carry out the principles of the Jeffersonian school, and the precepts of the present Administration. lie pays a warm and handsome tribute to the exalted talents and sound principles of Mr. Rives and with a modesty equal to his liberality, attributes the preference of the Convention only to his own greater age and longer...

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

FOVKTII OV JULY. CELEUR.VTIOX AT BItOOKVILLE. On the fourth agreeably to previons arrangements, the day was suitably and appropriately celebrated at this place. Under the direction of the Marshal a procession formed in front of the Court house at 12 o'clock and marched to the Methodist meeting house where an appropriate prayer was offered up by Chaplain, Rev. E. Barwick; next in order the Decleration of Independence was read by T. W. Colescott, jr. who prefaced the reading with a few handsome and appropriate remark?. The Oration being next announced, John Rvman, Esq. arose and performed that duty. The procession again formed and repaired to the public square and partook of some refreshments that had been prepared by Mr. Pratt. After the cloth was removed, the following toasts were drank. C. W. Hutchen officiating as President, and J. M. Johnson Esq. as Vice President. REGULAR TOASTS. 1. The day we celebrate. May countless generations reverence it. 6 cheers. 2. The Union of the State...

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

AMERICAN. nROOKVlLM, IXPIAIVA. FRIOAT, ICLT 10, 1835. ftj-Ye are requested to say mat is.icha.rd W'xscHEtL, Esq. is not a candidate for county Comgjitsioner. posr Office. Will the Post Master in this 'ace inform such of our subscribers as are interested why our PaPer9 were not sent on Saturday last, to Cedar Grove, New Trenton, and Salmon, 4c. &c? And also, why various other packets bite been sent wrong within the last month. For instance, such as sending the Philanthropy packet is the Oxford, or some other mail, &. &c? "These questions are asked in a respectful manner." The ad valorem Bill. We would call the attention of Assessors in this county, to an article in to-davs paper upon the subject of the ad valorem las of last session. Bv verbal information, we learn that the Cholera ts entirely subsided at Madison, la. Some furtier progress of the disease in that place is noticed jD another column. The Cholera has not visited Cincinnati this season ...

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

Til SCEIiLANEOlJS THE SMILE OF HER I LOVE. I can endure with steadfast mind Relentless fortune's frown e?erej If gentle love be left behind My drooping, anxious heart to cheer. For ne'er shall fortune's Btem decree With doubt my tranquil bosom more, If pitying heaven will leave on me The soothing smile of her I lore. I can behold with silent scorn Each fickle friend at once departs Can calmly bear the rankling thorn Of cold neglect tho' keen its smart. And should my doom extort one Bigh I would not cruel fate reprove; But every gloomy thought should fly Before the 6mile of her I love. But ah! a frown from her would kill The buoyant hopes of joy and peace T would make my griefs more bitter still; And all my sorrows Btill increase The mental pain it would inflict, No other mortal mind could know. A frown from her! O! 'twould predict A lasting life of peerless woe. But let her friendship and her love No mitigation ever knowThen happiness, as from above, In my rapt soul shall ever flow....

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

DDHARTA AMtlffilEnCDiiMo OUR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIEKDS. -pj7 F. CIiAUKSO.X. BROOKVIELE, INDIANA, FRIDAY EVENING, JILY 17, 1835. VOL. III. No 29. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. tl in aJvince $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at Juration of the year. bstissmts. Twelve lines, or less, will be Jrted once or three times, for one dollar, and 25 . -.ill be charged for each additional insertion WEST POINT ACADEMY. The Globe of June SO, contains the report of the Itjtrdof Visitors to West Point, accompanied by Jsj, reports of the various committee? on the differnt branches of the studies and affairs of the Acad!f. The whole presents a gratifying picture of JiV judicious management, prosperity and useful- ' 0rthis institution. The board testify in the itronres terms to the ability and conduct of the Professors of the institution, and to the result proceed by the course of tuition and discipline directed by them- They recommend enlargements and improvements in several depart...

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

FOURTH OF J FLY. CELEBRATION AT SC1PIO. The procession formed at 11 o'clock, A. M., by the Marshal; and marched to the . .... i rri T woods, a short ditain - irum tow 11. i ne j ec Juration was prefaced by an e!oiuenl and pat riotic speech bv Mr. Andrew 1 ostcr, which done great honor to his youthful genius. An eloquent and instructive Oration was delivered by the Hon. Taylor Webster. The company then repaired, and partook of r splendid dinner, prepared by Abraham Bovd There were between three and four hundred partook ot the dinner. Alter the cloth was removed the following toasts w ere drank and heartily cheered, W. D. Jones, RcrBEX George, Ueorge Hubbell, Alvin S. Dirk, Joseph Wilson, regular toasts. 1st. The duy ue ctltbrcte. May all party strife cease on that day may all meet to vrether in harmonv. 2J. George Uashinsrton. The Father of his country may his name ever be cherished by the sous of Liberty. 3d. Lafayette. The companion of Washington a patriot and statesman nury his se...

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

XMEKIC AN. FUIDAT, Jt LT IT, IS35. from the Cincinnati mg, ui juiv iota. ... . r t..i i i. i MOST MELAKUHULV. The subjoined truiy uisiressing intelligences r th? 'death of Chier Justice JIar-l hall, came to us yesieruay in me u. o. uraVil tl. incfnnf. H ictte, oi ic 1 The citizens of Philadelphia were about to semble in public meeting, in order to devise means for paying suitable honors to the illus trious dead. Hp .lied in Philadelphia, on Monday afterTnlr the 6th. full of years and full of vn.ir. universally beloved and universal!) UW 7 - - - - i. "We ne'er shall look upon his "ene er snail ioos upon like again. nriTH OF CHIEF JUSTICE MARSHALL. v Vc have this morning the painful duty to f ' 1 1 1 1 C i discharsre.oi announcing ine aeam oi me venerable John Marshll, Chief Justice of the ftlip TTnitPn St.itnc. Thp patriot, the statesman, the jurist, the historian, thpsace. the friend and biographer of the im mortal Washington, died yesterday afternoon it the boarding house of Mrs. C...

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

w w fa w w m 3 vr a Ml atliLLAftfcOUB. The following very beautiful lines were written a uc iuiiuw ery ueaumui nuci wc uucn i Misfl H. F. Govld. immediately after her call upon the Siamese Twiss. But to realise the truth and beauty of this poetic description, it is necessary to visit these Ttcins indeed,' whose mysterious : : : . r-: .? : rk .3 - . uisu mtpirtu me uiuc vui ian ami gnicu tuuuiry woman: Albany Eve. Journal. TO THE SIAMESE TWIXS. Mysterious tie by the Hand above, Which nothing below must part! Thou visible image of faithful love Firm union of heart and heart The mind to her utmost bound my run. And summon her light in vain To scan the twain that must still be one, Tie one that must still be twain! The beat of his bosom forbears to reach Where the other distinctly goes; Yet, the stream that impurples the veins of each, Through the breast of his brother flows! One grief must be felt by this two-fold mark As the points of a double dart; And the joy lit up by a single spar...

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