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

nWDnAWA AMTIBIEnCDAM C. F. CLAUKSOiY. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN". ;a advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at .expiration or the year, i nvKRTisEM ents. Twelve lines, or less, will be once or three times, for one dollar, and 25 ents will "e cuarjeu turcica auutuonai insertion iiiofaiAriiicAii. from tne Jiaii. .imcrican, iuy p. Chief Justice Marshall is dead. The Philadelphia papers received by last eve,;n(r"s mail brings this intelligence, which carJjesNvith it mourning into every family in the fuion. The country has lost a patriot and aire. I" their simplest and fullest import do Jvjese epithets apply to John Marshall. Ilis services are concurrent with his country's exutencc. Lifting up his young arm in her aid when she struggled for Independence, he descends now to the tomb from the second place in the State. The last efforts of his noble mind were dedicated to her, now powerful and glorious, to whom the first were zcnlcUSv (riven ere she had a name among the nations of the earth. In ...

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

NEWS OF Till: WEEK. A "Kentucky Sluty." A writer in the U.S. Telegraph skives the followingas a story whicli he heard from an old Kentuckian: Myself and wHiio llitee or four other gentlemen visited a pigeon root, and carried with us the old hunter for a pilot. Upon our arrival, the old hunter rantioned us to he rnreful where and how we fastened our hoi for. s.iid he, I visited this place some two or three years since, in company with six other gentlemen; we all had large, fine, Hit horses; when we arrived. 1 hunted for some time for a suitable place to fasten our horses; at last I found a beautiful grove of hickory grnbs, to one of which I hitched my horse securely, and the balance of the company coming up, hitched theirs to grubs near by. We were then satisfied, having hitched our horses to the best possible fastening. We left them and went about diverting ourselves killing pigeons and examining their roosts, untill morning. When we returned for our horses they had disappeared, and...

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

SF THVfc '- ! AMERICA BKOOKYILLE, INDIANA. " FRIDAT, JULY 24, 1S33. i It Las abated almost entirely at tLe former places, , but continued at Sharpsburgh at the last accounts. . iook piace at the Red Lion a few miles from Lebanon Ohio; and 17 deaths out of 25 casss had occurred at Palmyra, Missouri. It had prevailed to some extent up the Mississippi and Illinois rivers, and some scattering cases have occurred on the Wabash and some of its tributary streams. No cases have occurred, that we Lave heard of, in the whole valley of White river. We are pleased to learn that it has entirely subsided at Madison. The disease is prevailing to some extent at Charleston in this State. A number of deaths have taken place, an account of which may be found in another column. S Nashville, Tenn., and it' has been pretty bad at Jiui 11 uvouuruugn. Indiana Journal. Appointment of Chief Justice. We copy the following remarks and rumor relative to the appoint- J mentof a Chief Justice of the U. S., from t...

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

Ifl I SCELLAXKOU S THE PARTING TEAR by a. l. smith. Music's sweet notes will cheer the eoui And hold the sense in breathless joy. As o'er the chords fnir finger's roll, And woman's voice floats tenderly. The balmy air is tweet to breathe. That bears upon its wings the spring, While flowers around, fair cl.aplets weave, And birds from every bracken sing. 'Tis joyous to behold the sun Mount from the golden crested wave; Tis lonely when his toils is done, To view him in the ocean lave. Soft ie the moonbeam's tender tight. O'er lawn and tower and spire to see. As from her vault, serenely bright, She looks down, cairn and brilliantly. 'Tis glorious on the sky to gaze, And watch each gorgeous lamp arise; Like meteors from the earth's dare haze, Beacons of hope to wearied eyes. Dear is a long lost friend's embrace, Dear is tha exile's sight of home, Sweet is the smile on beauty's face, That speaks of tenderness to come. Dearer than all the tearful glance That lights a loved one's beaming e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 31 July 1835

OUR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIEKDS. "Jjc. p. CL. A11KS03T. BROOKVILLE, INDIANA, FRIDAY EVENING, JILY 31, 1835. VOIi.III. No. 31. TERM OF THE AMERICAN. in advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at Juration of the year. U in'vWTisEMENTS. Twelve lines, or less; will be ' mice or three times, tor one aoiiar. and will be Coarei! iui cu suuinuuai uiseriiuu 1 .E1VS OF THE WEEK. ' From the Wabash Courier. THE NEXT LEGISLATURE Will be the most important convened since , for;Iintionofour State Constitution. Ques!:!L involving the future prosperity of Indiana U0U9 ...... i i,l j ? a Jier respectability, ner weaiiu,anu innuence r".i,p iTion will then be discussed and de- '. . i 'c have no reference to party views, iLomsp however mere polhticans may be sup L,1 to act in such pursuits, restraints will be imposed whir" they dare not disregard, unless the nerit of their political existence. We speak ot tne lmenai roncy oj inaianauia. which conserns herself, and before which...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 31 July 1835

From the Harrisburg (Pa.) Intelligencer. LETTER From a Gentleman in the Slate vf Indiana, to the editor of the Ptnnsylvania Intelligencer dated, Urooevili.s, Ixdixa,Jcse27. 1835. Sin The course pursued by you in rela tion to our distinguished neighbor Gen. HARRISON", is such as his friends here ond elsewhere heartily approve, and must meet the approbation of the patriotic of everv political creed; and shows that there areyctafew left at the head of the press, who are wiling to do justice to those who have rendered such various and important services to their country, as has the S.ig? of Aorth Bend. The GENERAL passed through our village l ist week on his return from a tour thro' the western part of the state. He is in good health and spirits, and performed the trip" upuii m-isj u.uk, nuing ifom thirty to lourtv miles per d iy. with less fatigue "than many who accompanied him, and who had not numbered half so many years. What a commentary unon the falsehood attempted to be propagated...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 31 July 1835

- - I IT?n n Dm! n-ra .1.T j the former of the two later gentlemen bcinS warns wen known as our Minister to France, and the later as a distinguished professor in the medical school in Cincinnati ami Lexington. U it , James lWn he studied yw nr, 5r'?otI those gentleman whose friendship for him in early life had been very conspicuous, he always entertainp.1 ih rBOOKVILLE, IDIAA.'g"1 V',d r.e"?irJ' whlle lhv lived. ' i i hr.-uchout t!ie w iota n,uei,;,i. i ..- . , --- r" v.i iiiri.ii;, UUllig 4 9132 RI CAN. FJilDlV, JITLV SI, 1S33. .yvAOT.C -- r" v.i iiiri.ii;, UUlli L'ood tootners was Ins ?pmii ,.- We feel it to be our duty to state j dunn lonS rertdeiice in tin slate, its hon- .i.'Mr. Ii" has 110 appointment for makinsr a ' . V "''-' "-e ciuel obiectsoi eeoh on Sunday the 2nd day cf August, as is The disease nf .?,;.;, 1 1 .ULed in the last Inquirer, and which some 'M'-nary consumption, a malady whitl, nlen so much trouLle to promulge. ,1 ? ,e 1 s f,lpcarace i n a cognizable form u i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 31 July 1835

n I S C E L L A x E O IT S . THE VILLAGE CHURCH. I lo e the ivy mantled tower, Rock'd by the storms of thousand years; The grave whose melancholy flower Was nourish'd by a martyr's tears; The sacred Yew, so fear'd in war, Which, like the sword to David given, Inflicted not a human scar, But lent to man the arms of heaven! I love the organ's joyous swell, Sweet echo of the joyous ode: I love the cheerful village bell, Faint emblem of the call of God. Waked by thy sound, I bend my feet, I bid my swelling sorrows cease; I do but touch the mercy seat, And hear the still small voice of peace. And as the ray of evening fades, I love amidst the dead to stand; Where, in the enamel's deepest shades, I seem to meet the ghostly band. One comes Oh! mark his sparkling ere, I knew Lis faith, his strong endeavor; Another Ah! I hear him 6igh, Alas! and he is gone forever! Another treads the shadowy aisle, I know him 'lis my sainted sire: I know his patient angel smile, His shepherd's voice, his eye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 7 August 1835

HWUDIIilKTA AMIIffiMlKDAM OUR COUNTRY OCR COUNTRY INTEREST AND OCR COUNTRY'S FRIEKDS. -"JJxTf CI. ARKSOJT. BKOOKVILLE, IMPIAUTA, FRIDAY EVEHG, 'AUGUST 7, 1S35. VOL. III. IVo. 32. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. in advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at Aetxpira""" v nvBTi9EMESTS. i weive lines, or less, win oe nnes or three times, for one dollar, and 2o ta will be charged for each additional insertion AX ADDRESS, fil tered before the Students and Patrons of the DecaSur County Seminary, Greensburgh, la., en the 4'A of July, 1635, by the Rev. William Jf. Dailt. Kn Young Friends and Fellow-Citizens: An wnmir has been conferred upon me, in that, that I . 1,1:.., .1 ) .1 j.r in the history of our republic, when the birth j-r'ofour National Independence is celebrated, as triais wont t0 celebrate this; that is, to connect jje celebration with a literary institution, so that wiJewejoin with hundreds, in expressing our rsteful emotions lor national ireedom, we may at jtame time, exhibit a dispositi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 7 August 1835

XEWS OF THE WEEK. i From the Fort Wayne Sentinel. - I Disturbance on the Canal. There have been some disturbances among the Irish labourers on the Wabash and Efie Canal, which but for the prompt and energetic measuros resorted to for their suppression, would hare resulted in a.. sanguinary conflict between the two factions into which the Irish are divided. For some time past the Corkonians have been the strongest party on the canal line, and have embraced every opportunity of maltreating such of the Fardowns as might fall into their hands; nor have our own citizens at all times been safe from the attacks of these ruffians. The Fardowns having late ly received great accessions to their numbers, resolved upon driving their opponents from the canal, preparations for the contest were made by both parties. The Irish were ob served by the citizens to be in the habit of nightly assembling in secluded places in the woods;and all who could in any way procure arms, were providing themselves w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 7 August 1835

KSVW V 1 !Vm II.'. frl SfA J? - 1 AMERICAN. II R O O K VI L L E, INDIANA. FIUDAr, AUG. T, IS34 Franklin Countv. Cogri?. Hkpresentxtivkb I r s i Brookville - - 240 242 4V0 503 225 Pcsey - - - 1H 75 132 109 81 Blooming Grove 34 63 79 65 27 Springfield 50 57 lie? C7 49 Fairfield 90 65 7 75 79 Whitewater, NJ 61 65 57 83 Highland, 31 10 34 0 35 R&v. 43 3 21 12 34 Bath, 16 23 28 24 16 Total, 710 699 910 777 629 For Commissioner, James Webb, received 823 and Benj. Snowden yy CONGRESSIONAL. From all the information we can obtain from this Ditrict, th following will be the majorities in the various counties: Franklin Dearborn Ripley Switzerland 233 Decatur 63 Rush If this statement be correct Mr. Dunn is elected kT a majority of three votes. But we have another rfport from Hush Co. which elects Mr. Lane by 21 votes. Which is correct we cannot decide. NEXT LEGISLATURE. We understand that the following gentlemen arc !ctcd Representatives: From Franklin Johii M. Johnston, Enoch Mc- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 7 August 1835

M I S C EILLAjVEOtSy Prom the New York Courier & Enquirer. DEATH OF CHIEF JtSTICE MARSHALL. By the sea-ward.sweep of the rivers wave. In the hearts of the free enshrined, He went to sleep with the mighty and brave; And left not a rival behind. In the mild warm light or the summer' sky. As the sun to the view went down; He fell as a warrior doomed to die, From the land of his young renown. Aa a cliff he stood in a stormy clime, Mid the strife of the tempest bound; With temples bath'd in a light sublime, That euiird on the elements round. On the tranquil bow of his bending frame, TimA mnv'ii with a slow-pad hand; But he sharpen'd his scythe when the dim glance came, And number'd his years by his sand From the mournful shades that around him spread. Vn wnr.note sounded hisdoom; But where they have gather'd him home with the dead, Sweet Liberty points to his tomb. As the white shroud fell o'er his limbs in sleep, And his funeral dirge was rung. The voice of his courtry's gri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 14 August 1835

nwnn AHA A 5)11 IB nun (DAKT BV C. F.CIARKSO!V. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. ti in advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at he expiration of the year. iDYSRTMEHXTs. Twelve lines, or leas, will be joterted once or three times, for one dollar, and 25 jguts will be charged for each additional insertion For the Indiana American. RECEIPT FOR MAKING CHEESE. Add the night's with the morning's milk, and gently heat it over a fire in a kettle to ai degrees, then put it into a tub, add a suffi cient quantity of prepared annatto to give a handsome yellow color, next add a sufficient quantity ofrennettto make it curdle in 25 minutes. When curdled, make use of a wood ea knife or sword of sufficient length to reach the bottom of the tub, and chequer it in iquares of about two inches; it is important that it should all be chequered to the bottom, then let it stand until the whey appears above the curd, say from 15 to 20 minutes; then break it up carefully with the hands in a man ner as not to break or b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 14 August 1835

NEWS OF THE WEEK. From Ike Columbvi Jovrual and Sentinel. Mflior Barrv and the Rev. O. B. Brown with the train of agents and dependentsof the Post office Department, have lately received ; foil share of scnsure from the public press whether merited or not, the following; state ment of facts will show. At the Circuit Court if United States, held in this city, before thei honors Judge M'Lean and Leavitt,and which adjourned the 23d of July, 1835, Logan was arraigned,tried,and acquitted, for robbing th United Ktntf4 mail in March last, at the town of Jefferson, 15 miles West of Columbus The accused, it appears, rode in the mail wag n frnm near Columbus to the place where the robbery took place. The great Western .Mail was left from 10 o'clock at night until 3 i tithe morning in an open uncovered wagon in the tavern yard without a single individual to take care of it. Here the mail was taken off a considerable distance, cut open, rifled and the contents scattered in every direction .ind ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 14 August 1835

r."i. kiv. n inn m w -i.,,. AMERICAN. BRO O KTTli 1, E, 1 IV P I A IV A. FRIDAY, AUG. 14, 1835 We have laid all the Election New before ,. ihnilu-e could obtain from thit State ,na Kentucky .knowing that it will be more eagerly .eight after than any other newe. This District. The following it the official ,ttement of the votes given in this District on the 1st Monday in August, aa reported to me secretary ,f State and by him published: Lark. Dcnn. 1384 1161 710 699 1108 1008 607 665 497 466 463 688 Dearborn, Franklin, Rush, Decator, Ripley, Switzerland 46S7 4769 Lane's majority is 82 totes. By this vote it will be seen that there were about 1100 more votes given, man at me congressional .iwtion two years since, while Franklin County Ail vear fell short of her vote then , about 100; and ibout 300 short of her true strength: and most these toe were true Democratic Republicans, and who,if they had went to the polls would have changed the Bfiilt of the election entirely cde, knowing wha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 14 August 1835

flllSCELLVAEOUS Ttke which advice you will the following extracts give as opposite as the poles: IMPRIDCXT MARRIAGES. I.et not thy passion's force so powerful be ver thy reason, soul, and liberty, s to ensnare to a married life, Ere thou art able to maintain a wife. Thou can'bt not feed upon Lei lips and face; She cannot clothe thee with a poor embrace. Thyself being yet alone, and one but still, With patience could endure the worst of ill. When fortune frowns one to the wars may go, To fight against his foes and fortunes too. I!ut O: the grief were treble for to see Thy wretched bride half pin'd with poverty. To tee thy infants make their dumb complaint, And thou not able to relieve their want. The poorest heggar when he's dead and gone, la rich as he that sits upon a throne. Hut he, who, having no estate whilst wed, in ma jrravc, oe:njj wreicuea wnen lie s dead. THE CARELESS COUPLE. Jenny is poor, and I am poor, Yet we will wed so say no more; And ehould the bairns you mention com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 21 August 1835

bv c. f. cixii&Kscnr. TERMS OP THE AMERICAN. in advance $2,50 in six montlis; or $3,00 at .1.0 cToiration ot tlie year. Advertisements. Twelve lines, or less, will be inserted once or three times, for one dollar, and 25 ntg will no cnarjeu lor each additional insertion OF THE WEEK. from the Louttilc Journal. niVVPIl TO REVP.BAI. UlDDlanv iln l!if fith instant. rnrrlilr arrangements, a committee, appointed by a brie portion of the citizens of Louisville, took vn ... , &- iu 'iiruuu passage, on board a boat chartered for the occasion,ioincinnaiu,iortne purpose ofescorting William Henry Harrison to this place to partake of a dinner prepared for him by his numerous friends. On the morning of the ftb, the steamer Ben. Franklin, having on board the General and a number of his friends from lincmnatti, together with the Louisville Committee, was seen approaching our harbor.' The citizens generally, with a portion of the military and Captain Tarlton's troop of cavalry...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 21 August 1835

to ISC EL 1. AiHEOlJS From the Miner's Journal. Oriujnal Letter by Benjamin FkanaI.ix. The following letter, recently discovipiI nmoncr the papers of the late Judge hippen, lus never before, we believe, appeared in print, iinJ will be found highly ini. 'resting as well as useful to all those who :nny think proper to favor it with a perusal. That portion of it w hich conveys the writer's s'Mitiments respecting the necessity of good vorks on the part of the worshippers of the leity, is worthy of being written in letters of Mild. vv e believe that no one at all acquainted with the manner and style of Franklin, - v 1 1 1 for a moment question the authenticity 'f the letter. Without, further preface, therefore, we present it to our readers, just as it !ms been communicated to us. Copy of a letter said to have been written by Benjamin Franklin, to a clergymad, who time for the recovery of health, and had lived or boarded with him B. F. in his family. Going away he wrote back acknowledging...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 21 August 1835

AMERICAN. brOO KYI LL , I X P I AX A FRIDAV, AUG. 81, 1835 --Wc are authorized to announce James Con. . . unlidate for the office of State Senator ELL ae w fill tI,e vacancy ccas'one(J by tne ieattt f lt will be seen, also, by a Circular in this pa perlhat Col. C. W. Hutches is a candidate for nine othce. CONGRESSIONAL. Since our last we have received complete returns from only two Uislricts, which are as follows: FIFTH DISTRICT. jir Ca rtv. Rariden. Fin Icy. 991 290 88 443 33 1 61 76 76 51 228 898 Wayne Union Fayette Henry Delaware Laenmge Allen Wabash Huntington Grant Randolph 5'23 293 813 395 800 432 378 197 11G 90 250 94 10G 1G 44 11 131 50 408 103 4S66 2639 2340 Thus it is seen Mr. M'Carty got 2227 more votes than Ilariden, and as many as Rariden Finlev both saving 113 votes. Rariden majority over Finley is 299. SECOND DISTRICT. John W. Davis. John Ezcing. S58 552 40G 742 689 208 387 421 226 174 409 366 510 342 362 137 419 715 1235 783 5499 4410 Lawrence, Knox, Sullivan, Davies...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 21 August 1835

n i s v i: 1. 1. a n 1: v & The following pretty lines are furnished from a correspondent of the Baltimore Patriot, and were procured from a brother of the author, who is now at Charleston, S. l'. They breathe the spirit of his celebrated mother, Mrs. Hemans, and possess much merit, coming front a mere school-boy. They nsk me why I do not weep? They say my love is chill Oh! think not sorrow is not deep Because its voice is still. The secret pang, the Etnothcred Bigh, Corrode the heart, but shun the eye. It was not beauty's power that moved This fond heart to adore: I loved her not as others loved, And yet I laved her more. Tor though her outward form was fair, Within was beauty still more rare. And yet, I scarcely ought to mourn The spirit early flown, Ere that soft heart, by anguish torn Afflictions blight had known For I'm in tears and she at rest The sufferer cannot weep the blest. She sleeps where in the balmy air The perfumed wild (lowers wave; And violets spring in...

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