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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 20 April 1855

rt " . i ZS v A 11 -, ..;. .-- k - ; it U . A '.NEWS AND' SUS2NSSS. PAPER DEVOTED TO PÖRBJ8N ÄND DOMfiSTiC- NBVS; jaORfilSivTEMPBRfinCB, BDUGATlOr: AGRiCÜTÜRBy. ÄND .THE BEST INTERESTS QP:SQCiß?V. . . . . " - ; . - r . , -. . VOL. XXIII-NO. 18. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY; INDIANA, , ERIDAY, ' AFEIL-,20, 1855; WHOLE -NUMBERlllGi: ...... 3tv 111 -K (Wir r-iMf'-' , ' J . i , f a ' 1 - roftssiinrcl (Saris. B, BaTZS. Tot. D-PHYflTCIA.f 8URQvJd.vrrK i,iltl reeldeace, corner er sa4Jsmii.rosti,BroEvil.e,lna. , niXT,-BUirOKOJI DU.tTlST, Valley Ha Jrrsca. awur rjuin i tua vartmatod. urg for tzi rrxxTS nLcoxx, justice t pkack, V m4 Auroy Cosnitllor at lit, Brook Mil, tad. Orrtct), W iiorj Wol Br UnUJInf, froaliac Ua Co an Uaa 43 le)i3. TT rCIOr.-ATTciKSHY COUNSKLW, TuTTa" 'LAW. Otrict, O.T, HalU't Butidlac, rokrtll, lad. II 43 nrs. c-,ooKnAirr,-ATTORSBY axd , COUjKLLuK aFLAW. Orriri, vmUr Ua Aaiaiieaa Offloa, BroofcTlUa. lad. 43 aj l iXTTAK), ATTOR5BY4COU.ii8EI.LOK il AT law; Otrici, oer Pown...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 20 April 1855

ß fJBWSPAPER-COrJTAirJinß h DH3EF SMARY OF TUB WEST PÜREäfiü AMD DÄST3G ißTBUSGENGB. ÜTDIAIIA AIIEBICAIf. niNl' BT T TftVT, TO LIIIITT LAW, mm fwtn ca, o rts tt 41." T. A. GOODTOT, Editor. XLSCXTHLZ, JTDUSk. rnioAY jiraiL tot ma Fcdd Parties. Oa wadcrswill remember that ire freqatnüjr said; last summer, that the o-called old Kne ' party of this State waa a ' o prtv. Everybody knowathat it was composed of Demorata and Whigs, wb oppraed temper tsce, and - favored the demands ol aUveiy and foreigners. The pleaa of "old line" "popular soweigntj" &c, did indeed induce a fuw ignorant bot honest old men to rote for men and Ctasurcs they abhorred, because they thought lh opposition wm the ghost, At least, of their old foe, Whigery. Bat reading and intelligent men knew Utter, and toted for the men simply because they approved their measures. This waa right. We believo that every maa should vote on the living questions of the day, and vote for the men who will carry out the measur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 20 April 1855

A PÄPBR -PÖR-THB PAM&V CIRCLE DBVOTSD mß AMÜSBBÖBKT-AND-TäÖfl ÖF VöUHß ÄliD-.ölD. THBflMBRJCÄn. . A PUia Declaration. vt irow that it is ihm duty of our gOTerntnent tu iaUm . from all inter notion of Otn.Q iitran ad hit friend or inquir tot their proceeding; and not to permit any interference oa t!ie part ff Franc od England bat to Cab with tf aid of ber yoIuoteer belpera; to work out her saltation. liarry. this is aornwhat! W admut tht ctndoi which can to bold It avoir so drtettable in opinion. Therv taa traack ml that piraüc-il couraet which aom-times gires the air of heroism to what is but resolut rascal' ity. in ruch an opea defiane of Law ana nirni. we congratulate our friend on their demonstration, for a plain statement wares mviy mistakes , ad mach argument. We know exactly where thej arc now. mrin let the .1 point out their position, it mar only be fair to t-Von them to point ot the war ihej got . into it. Here aro the premises on which they build the abore start...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 20 April 1855

TUB VAU8V PfiRMBR--0aV0'fBD:T0'-tHB'-'fRl)S'8WtEBBST-flr' FARMERS, MBCHANiCS, W9m-1Mfl VALLEY FARMER. m i' T:". ' r-' - M JOHU 21. BABBOUR A Sketch. -.Sometime, ago, and nottery long . ji Ago, ,' either we were interogatlag a firmer who lires east of BroolcTille, ho maiQtaini that any breed is to good I got n head clerk, and retired, as for acme farmer to starve.-that, after you Call it, and what WHS the TCall, much depends on the treatment SUU? Why I filled, f und what tho growing animal receives No did you and every body sa ? why. doubt he is tight. We have known ha( worl. am tried to bo many fanners supply themselves with a gentleman, and no wonder I fine stock, which they have succeeded ßmashed It was : good -enough in degenerating to mere dwarfs, in for mo j m;gllt haye kept to about the third generation. Such far- work Hkfi othp.r folks." tners should take a few fcssons from knQW such tH were ur.isaiboi.r m reterence butwo' did'nt knOW "VOU heard of KTaWA IhAM I S n mesa. v A ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 April 1855

1 A NEWS ßfJD BUSINESS PflPBR-röEVOTBD TO P0RBS6N-AND' DöiBSTäÜ EWS, MGRrUS, TBMPBRANGE, 'BDUGÄTiÖN, 'fifiRSCÖlTÜRB, ÄND THE BEST 8NTBRBSTS 'OP SOCIETY. VOL. XXm-NO. 19. BRÖOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY. INDIANA. FRIDAY, APRIL 27. 18-5-5. MOLE NUMBER 1163. (22 vkxkP ÄWr www , 4 professional CäAs. T W BATTJ. IL D .-PHTSICU.I & SUR I. tiKUM. urrvi, ttkl) mliUne, oritr of lala aad Jsmea eireete, Brook rille, lad. TB. 1. 3 Orr V. IXXLT,-SCKCE0.1 DESTIST, ricB, HmMi mnn 01 in ; or u III WOffc i warranted. . charge for ut, If tilll. A auoaeraarice. mUS KILOORZ, JUSTICE er tbb PKACE, J end Au.ruy CtiDMlIor at law. Brook Till, Ind. Omca, 14 tlory Wal l building , froaUng the Cotrt tlouee 43 1M3. TTT K0Ä20W, ATTOKRET A COURSaXW, LO AI LAW. U-nc, So. 7, Halle'l Building, Brookrille, Ind. 9143 TT n creorsTrurr. tto rr k y a 5 d 1, tou.i LLUK AT LAW. Omca, imlir the American Um. Brookrill, Ind. 43 'II A LT. VT AÄT), A TTO R R K T CO ü 5 . E L LO K X AT law, Orncr., oror Sowars' store, br...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 April 1855

A liBVVSPflPBR--GGNTAiNiNG A 8R3&F SUMMARY OF THE LATEST FOREIGN AHO DOMESTIC-. INTBIUGCNGB. tired thousand dollar shall be requir- cd by dividing the whole loss mong edtobepaij into each branch, oo or the whole number of directors liable; before tliefiMt day of January, 1857. and if any such prcsid.ntor director Sec. 82. The board of directors of shaM bo unablo, by reason of being ineach branch shall meet as soon as solvent, or for any other cause, to conveniently may be after their elec- pay his proportional part of such loss, lion, and after being duly Sworn to then he residue of said loss shall be support the constitution and laws of j borne und paid in equal part by the the Stato oi Indiana, and faithfully I remaining directors liable as aforesaid, andhonostly to perform tho duties of their office, shall proceed to elect the proper officers of said branch, and also one of their number as a member of the board of directors of the bank of theSta!c of Indiana, And when...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 April 1855

fi PAPER PGR 'THE PARlilY .RG1aS--D.iV0TED TG HB AiWliSEIMN? AND NSYßMJÖN G? YOUNG AMD OLD. THE AMERICAN. w jet ye" --ri - :--- TAXES. Wo are Indebted to Wm. II. Ma C!ry,Eq. fur the following list the principal tax-pajcrs in this coua tjr. It will bo read with interest. arxixariKuTownftHip. W Armstrong f 45 J Merrill Sr., 78 F& 8 Barbour 131 W O'Byrne A Rsridert 84 D Burk 133 J P Brady 47 F Rarbour 45 J Drrtenehaw 79 OP Beard 09 I Burkholdtr 43 C Bred 60 J Cole.cott id 8 Critg 74 . A Cralgrnllee 84 J Cunningtiara 05 D K Dick 102 J W Fve 66 8 Goudio 49 J Gates M J II lock I 68 R Jon . 49 53 E H Rosebrough 4 4 0 HMtuikör., J Shefsr W Smith . I a Beobj C Stephen! 8 Stewart J Shaw, Sr. F Tucker J Thompson J UrmitOQ J Walsh V Webb R Wilkinioa J S Wallace W A Waldorf 45 4'J 4 4) 44 69 00 83 01 A4 4(1 43 63 W Lorett BATH E Allen ' 73 lowjsiirp. 40 AJnnse 118 J Burk 79 R Bourn 49 Estate W Bäk 73 P TJmee 39 A Lee Sr., 42 J Miller 49 J Murphy 105 W Mixer 43 8 Du kola 41 49 43 43 6...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 April 1855

m mim vmwmwm n tuk nm immt op warns, mrnnm, m-wmn mn VAUEY PARMER. A Step In AArance. The Agricultural Society of Fnycit county haro rttolrcd to throw "open tho lists fur competitor! fur rremiura to Individual of cTcry tetion of tho State an J tho bahne IfiKt oorlI. The Connemü! Telegraph, of the 83d lmt., noticing thi progrcihire ten, Mjit öfc.t to the Vfoiux: The Vayetto coun'y Agricultural and Mrclmnicr.l Hodctyhare concluded to throw open tho tloura, of the Fair, and chalrngo competition from tho world at large. They conflno themielrc to no)Countr, State, or ßutei, but all aro equally inrited to compel, (from vbatcTer sourc they may come. ThU.ls right, and wo aro glad and rejoiced that our county hoi Jed tho van in throwing down the barriert of exclavireneis, which haro heretofore confined the benefit of county or diitrcit where held. To provide for the xteneir arrangement thua made, tho Board hive added one mora day to the Fa!', and accordingly it will j held on Tueiday, Wednes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 May 1855

o ---- -OCT' -''"' A HEWS AND BUSINESS PAPER-DEVOTED TO'PORS.CfJ Mh DOMSST.C MEWS, MORALS, .WBRANCE, fiDÜOATJOW, AGRiCtlVrURS, AMD THE SEST 3HTERESTS OP S0C3ETV. VOL. XXIir-NO. 20. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY. MAY 4, 1855. WHOLE NUMBER, 1161: s if ,x - fi professional Carts. T .D4mH. D,-P"VrCU.f d. SOR; I, UKÜM. orru a. at kit Milil, eorner o' Slain aa4 ienieeetraata.-roea villa, to . HE. J. TT. nstT,-OKO0.f DEsfTsT. JU Orr-- eu r ratit of th Valley Hl-S-.Oe T4ISS. All WMl I - wtml4. Me Uft (WWW ! JjT w t W aliaaare.vUM. ei-iy I.I r OT..T73 IIL031I,-JU!TtCB er tmi FK ACE, J m4 A..ry Cawneellor I law, Brno., villa, lad. Ovrica, tdstory Weal's new bell.lng, froatlng the Court II. use 4111-. XTT MOZSOV. ÄrfüK.IKT A COURURL . -K At 'LAW. Um, a. 7, Halle's Butl-iog , Mr-O-villa, lad. Si 41 NEC. C00X8ff,-ATTORSEY AS , oU.NMU.o A FLAW. Ormi, in'1 the American oae, Bra-tvlUe, lad. 43 ! lar 31 U. riRD, ATTO H X E V A COU 5 B L LO K i AT LA w . Ofrri, rar Powers klora, brook ...

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

A-HBWSPfiPSRCGNTA8MJNii A BRJBP 3MMY OP mm MMM) AND DOMESTIC INTBIUGBNGB. HIDIA1IA AHEIUCA1T. rianuBB CT TO T1CT TO LlltlTT AKB laW, T. A. GOOD WUT, Editor. xxoorniLx, nrouJA. . rniOATi WAV 4, 1935. "Stop tie Tetd." f To the best of our recollection, there nerer iru a time when the opponents of Tirtue and morality wero at desperate m now. The lows of temperance and the bible,. desiring;' to bring the Uw to faTor their cause', in. atsavd of tha caua of intempeninfte as it had fron the beginning, hare deroted their energies, of late, to the enactment of prohibitory lsws in the sereral State. The success of teoapsranec being iadispensable to the success of thegoepeV.it not strange that Christian and Christian ministen should feel a deep interest in it. Nor is it strange that religious papers should hare spoken plainly on the same subject. To hare been silent would hare been to hare deserved the execration of all good men. Indeed it is for just auch purposes that good men support religi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 May 1855

ß mm FÖR THE VMIW GSRGIE DEVOTED TO THE AiaUSfilMENT ÄND 3NSTRUCTJ0W OP VOUNG AfJD OiD. THE flHBRiOflH. Seccad fruits of the Nebraska Swin dl. Oar readers eannot biTp forgotten that Dr. Graham Fitch said in his Speech in Brookfille, last Summer, in faror of the abrogation of the Missou ri ComDromtse. that slavery never would go into ihe territory of Kansas and Nebraska, and that there was jts ' as much probability of its going into Indiana. As the first fruit of tha stupendous swindle, the repeal of the Missouri Compromise, we have already seen a pro slavery legislature elected in Kansas, by and through the instrum entality of illegal rotes imported from Missouri. And now, as the second fruits of that fcreat national inquity we find the same unholy appliances brought to bear against the freedom of th Press, and liberty of consci ence. We find a printing establishment en tirely demolished at Parkfille Mo. im mediately on the. border of Kansas. because tho editors had the manly in dep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 May 1855

nm väuüv mmm-mvüm n nm nm wmmw w mmm, wmmnm, -mm mmm raw.. VAUBY PARfilER, in FOR WHAT. ttPtt, did God make oysters?" "Ycf.tnv son.'' 'Vhatfor?' "For U3 to cat." Well-: but then, why do they have shells? 't IlillVJBIIUHl vr 3 ThU was a riddlo to the little Si fellow that oysters nro made to aaV I bo eaten, and yot arc mado with Th 8weet Potatoes. shells to prevent their being cat cn. Tho samo question ot tho The followiDir method of culti- intention of God in tho creation of vatlon Is. taken from tho correa- thincrs. meets tho student of Na- pondenco of tho Soil of tho South, turo at almost ovcry stops. and is evidently adapted to tho To every plant has been given öouincrn uro oi ouiies ino wmo somo way oi rcHwinig uyuijr. of planting, &C, Will bo changed Tho blades or grass havo a saw- tics aro sharply edged with flint. The About tho ciddlo of Icbuary, hcarbs of in-.iss aro bearded, iho I open a bed four feet wide, six kernels of all nuts are cased in . A .. s. I t 111 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 11 May 1855

Wf Iff Vi MM iff SSflfflf M A ii W I Irl w H m' f - a EVS and eusarJBSS pjper-devöted to foreign and domest'c news, mm tempbrancb, bdücat'öw, mmmnu, and tmb best interests op sogsbty. VOL. XXIMO. 21. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1855. WHOLE NUMBER 1165. professional Carts. T B. U V IS, . 1 "iii-ii-ij,.. a nun I, UKO 1. urr . al Sie reiMenee, Corner Of Jala imjiiih ireei,rjrooaviii,iaii. rrrxüi nLooxx,-JuTitof tbbpkack, V AMomoy Counsellor kl law, Hronk vTlle. lad. Orrna. dtorj Wwl'i new bulldln1, freeUae: MM Coarl Hamm 4) TTT roRXW. aTtJKY COUSHiCt. W, um At 'law. Offui, a.r, iuiu's Beildlaf, a)raBvllle, lad. SI 41 TT tOUAMhtXuK AFLAW. Orrics. ander mertean Offlee, Brook III, tail. O SJ A IT.WAK), ATTOKRKT 4 COUSSBMOK il a i Uw, Orrui, orar Powtn Store, faron rille, lad. ' TTO J. KtLtlT.-ATTOKSKY AT LAW JL.J, foti Kintio. 0rie ontünAf e.uar lb Valley Hee. Rrm.vlll. 04. Will (trkawllKitU De4, lakeeod eer llfjf UepeelUoae, ASMavlte She. rp no xx a I j. wmipsoT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 11 May 1855

h mm mnmmm a mm mmm op nm latest foreign and domestic inteiubencb. INDIANA AHEMCAIT. " FICHU t CT TO TRCTI, TO LtllRTT ARB tW, ro twin ra, A rt ibalu iwi," T. A. 000D7O, Editor. SSOOSVZLLS, DTSXAirA. ntlOAYi MAI' 11, 1903. E03T. 0. V. miA5-TSZ Um-SLAVIBT COSVUTI0X Darb" a late visit to Cincinnati, we dropped into Greenwood Hall, ono afternoon, to witness the doiogt of the Anti-Slavery conTention. The programme for that hour wa a speech from the President of tho Contention, lion. O. W. Julian of Indiana. To say that it was either an eloquent or able exposition of anti-ilaverjism would be to render ourself rediculous among those who know Mr. Julian. He is not capablo of either. He is a man of but mfdocro abilities, though we esteem him for his perseverance and his sincerity, even though we beleite bim misguided and ultra, and an unsafe leader. So far as his abhor nee of slavery U concerned, wearowill lag to go hand in hand with him. We Into slavery in our inmost heart. We hate it when...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 11 May 1855

a PATO.m'M SPÄMilY .GlBClMEVöifED TömAEfM?"A!,D JNSYBUG'iOT OP'VOUNG ÄND OVO. mir? jftnf?niO(Mi 3 yjii nmisnsunjjit Nina Bays later from Europe. aIIIUVAL or TlIK MTKAHEU ATLANTIC, , Diplomacy A biiniloncd. THE VIENNA CONFERENCE DROKEN UP. Bombardment of Sevastopol! RESULT DOUBTFUL. THE ENOLISIl LOAN 0? SIXTEEN MILLIONS STERLING TAKEN BY THE ROT II SCHILD S. Austria Refus tDtake Sides against Russia. Sajcot Hook. Mir 4. 1 P. M. The tramer Atlantic, with ndvicr from Liverpool to Monday the 23J ult., 1ms arrived ofiihij point, and will b up t 3 o'clock. GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Tho Conference luVu-nm lud broken up, after holding twt-lve sessions. Unai refuted to Hcccde to tho demand of thtt Alliea. The bombardment of Sevastopol commmenced on tho O h ult, and hud continued without interruption up to the 15th ult. five hundred guns nnd tnorUrs pouring in an uninterrupted torm of i hot and thtlU upon the city and fort; but up to ilia latest dU no assault nad been nude, nor had any praclicabl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 11 May 1855

THE VAUEV FfiRBH-DEVOTBD TO THE TRUE INTEREST OP FARMERS, fflBCHANIGS,' AND WORIWJG MBN. VÄUEY FARMER. oa ALYimOES OF THZ IE07QHT. It would be unwise to pan through such a scourging as the drought i f last summer, without learning some useful lessons. Among the lessons much seeded in the West, was economy. We had been wasteful from the beginning to the end. We were wasteful of our soil. In many instances it was but half plowed, and half planted, and half tilled. Often wholo fields were permitted to "rest," when a judicious "rotation of crops" would hare been better for the land, and far more profitablo to the owners. Hundeds of acres have been almost useless as "calf pastures" "hog lots," or the like, that might have brought good crops. Wa are glad to see, this spring, all such spots that can possibly be spared, put in potatoes, or corn, or some thing else that will do to eat. This is ono good result of the drought. After gathering our half crops, we have been wasteful of tho procee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 May 1855

n nßivs nno .. ousinsss paper-devoted tö vmmm and domes?3 news, swats, tsmpbrahcSj education, agrigüitüre, and the best interests or soc.b?y. VOL. XXIII-NO. 22. BEOOKVLILE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1855. WHOLE NUMBER 1166. Hntebnal Carta. f inTBi B. XV-PHTfttCf AX dk BUBI Jo.e. Orr u.a. ai bla realdenee, cor aar of Ualaaad Jaaee treete, Brook rllle, led. T13. X V. rrStT,-tTHC05 DI5TIST. J J Omci, eoo 4uk rete ef tbe i wmUJ. Bo eUrp foraaaaila-Jjr , , .a aUeaeradvlee. " ai-iy-UJLLT gtz' r j cue r3, justice Tu pbace, V ud AuufH) Coeeeellor at law. Brookvilla, ladt. Oeetra.tde.ory Wcifi m balidiof, ftNtlaC tee Can Ueeee 43 1833. TT CC2T57, ATTOK5BY 3k COUXA4L W, WUti AI 'LA. OrrKt, 7, Halle'e BuiUiaf, Brook Tili, Iii. 8143 XT?. CZS3AJrr. ATTORÜKT ad oViJUMArLAW. Omca.aeder v A r1en Office, Brook rille, Ind. 4 3J ,ATTOBBST A CO0BSBI.I.OK ever roweiV Store, tOMniie, MM LT3 J. EaLL5T.ATTUK.lKY AT LAW Jlarui rViua Orne a.onadnor mw e tbe Valley Hoeee, BrmtkTUU. ind. Will W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 May 1855

A fJSWSPflPBR-fiöNTAJNJNß A BRiSP SUMMARY GP THE IfiTßS'f FORSICW ÄND DÖMESTiG MJTBllSGBNGt.. INDIANA AI.IERICAN. "rtlMII CT TO TCT, TO LIBBaTV LAW, T. A. OOODWIN. Editor. BSOOKYILLE, ETOIASA. i n I DAT II, The Know NotMag Platform. W need hard! define our position on Know NothingUm, to thoto who hare been tho constant readers of the American, for tho last sixteen months, but as we hare recent. reccired large accessions to our list, we may reite j rate our views, for their sake. As we first understood the object of the American or Know Nothing moremcnt we confess that we were friendly to if , nor are our riews on the question, in the least changed. We believe the time bus come wlxn Americans should rcbuVo those who hare pandered to foreigners, and who have courted particularly the votes of Catholics. Moreover vre believe this rebuke ttill be ad mi nU t tri J. But in this, as in other thing, there is danger of tho innocent's suffering, and of carrying tho matter too .far. Foreigners,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 May 1855

fi-pfipsa vm mm mum mmmwm n n mwmm and aNsraoTJON of mm and .m. t I: I f. i THE ACTJCAfL That Caaing. We stated in our former article on th -abject that Ur. Q. hiX been caned in th street of Üüeitf for hing.' tAi to Mr. Allis, be nerer kept a retail llauor house at which the mfia allud ed to, could get liquor, and if he ever tjot rut at the bouse of Mew. Allis ck uawii), no uia u wiiuous uieir Know ledge, and in riolatioa to their express orders, and without pay. lie. wa bird drinker, and his employers tried their best to reform hiin. As an eyi denca of this they gare him a horse and drj on cociaittoa thAt he would quit liquor drinking, and Mr. Howes one of the firm offered tu pty hii initiation fee and his dues if he would join the Son j of Temperance. He was thus tndaeedto become a sober nan, and tenahed to fortwo years. lie afterwards became a drunkard and died ia the poor-home, and though largely indebted , to his old employers, Mr. AUis went to his furncral and found him tn a p...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 May 1855

VAUEY FARMER. i A jiff r Mi r For Iba Valla-y Farmer. Mu. Ed'tcr: In the farmer of a week since, I End an article which juki several questions concerning the aap in sugar tress. I don't intend to answer tnem in detail, and some of them can hardly be answered. The article asks why the sap runs only in the spring, and only in wet weather. Philosophy teaches us that the fibrous roots, termed tpongiolet, contain a certain gum which ha been derived from the leaves. This gum is diluted by the water so plentiful in the ground in the Spring, and is carried upward through the pores of the tree by capill ary attraction, and ajain forms the leaves of the tree. Why nature, or rather Providence, baa ao provided for us we do not pretend td say. The writer of that article asks why other trees do not send up their sap as does the suryar. The ean docs co up, but O - . w not in the tame abundance, nor of the 6ame Uste, for the lame reason, we suppose, that an ungrafted apple tree does not bear pears....

Publication Title: Indiana American
Source: Indiana Digital Historic Newspaper Program (Indiana State Library)
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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