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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 May 1855

vC.W 4 1 he, A DEWS AND SÜS3DSSS PßPBR-DSVOTSD TO HUD D8MESTJG NEWS.-IXIORftlS. TEMPERfiNCB, EDUCATION, ßORJGÜiTÜRE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OF SOCIETY. VOL. XXIII-NO. 23. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1855. WHOLE NUMBER 1107. ii ; . professional (Saris. T . DAVIS. If. D.. IMlVStCIA.f. & KUR I. UKUX. urvu., at bl re.l.lence, corner of Mala aad Jan streets, Urook villa, I nd. T,- J.W. rtXLT.-SUKRHOM DEMTIST. X3 Omca, out uwir -uln of tho Valley Hon, p tib. All work -" ..7 warranto. Recharge foriwtn.Jjj.yy' ftTXÜSriLOÖil, JUStTc Ko tri PKÄck, V Aurue im Councilor at la, 11 rookvilla, 14. Orrw-e, 84 alory Weet'e w bnlMlng, INlUni the Court Uoase 1M3. TT K02.XOW. ATTOK.1KY cV COUXSKI.a LOK AI LAW. Omca, 0.7, Hallo's Building, Brookvllle, fad. 21 J re. rsoorsnoK, attörsky ami buuAs&kLUH At un, urrus, uuocr e rice a OOSce, Brookvtlle, Inj. 43 '1J A LT. WAXD, ATT O R .1 K Y & C O U S E L LO K X AT Law. Orr ii i, OTcr rowers' Store,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 May 1855

A fJBWSPAPfiR"COfJTAIfJJNG A SRlfiP SUMMARY Ö!7 TUB LATEST PORfiiCM AMD DOMESTIC INTBIUCBNGB. niDIAUA AIIERICA1T. "'" TO TSOTB, TO Lltltrt LAW, T. A. GOODWIN. Editor. ESOOXmLl, BTDXAXA. IUI DAY, IttAlf 83, IMS. to mm ess yitzy. Sine the) ealarga-aeat of oar paper, eur elreetallow Iuh ltirra-d that we have now, beyond qallon, the Urgetl circulation la Indians, es pl, prhn, two paper In Indlanapati, and II la a atraelrtioa ta ihe wealU tut portion of tha Htaio. BiittaaM mn ib tut l advertle. In Iba Wblia Water Talley, 111 do wall lo remem. bor la.e fal. 0UEPE03PECTS. our hat off, and with a very bumble bow, we ask permission to saj a word or two in reference to our prospecta. It baa been industriously circulated in various quarters that the circulation of the AuzaxcAX is con stantly falling off, and that it must ultimately wind up. We do not believe that any one thinks so, but if ho does, it is only becauso the wish is father of the thought. Kot a few predicted, when we took the paper...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 May 1855

fV PAPER PGR?HB PAMftV ßJRGUi DSVÖTSD TO AMUSEMENT AND 3NSTRUßTäGN OP VGUNß ÄND OLD. nun nfnr?ninnfl Something: Eich. Att't SALE VALCADL RSltCS. bwjwssbwbbb . . t following, which we copy from a late number of the Henderson Cour ler, is about ono of iho richest tbin oftUe season. Br wirlue of a decree, rendered at the ust term of the Court of '70, I, ns commissioner, will proceed to eil nt public auction to the highest bidder a the Court House üoor m the city o Henderson.) on the drat Monday O August next, between tbe hours of sunrise and sunset, fur principles in band, all the property of the late Whig party of Kentucky, deceased, consistin j 01, anu invoictfu 10 mo as louowg, to wit. ; ' One 'obsolete" idea of a national b.mk, fire badly damncd loj cabins, to which are attached three coon slins in tolerable good order, though rath er!badly used in the champaign of i4'J. ' One barrel of hard cider made one the farm of Harrison in the same year. A battle-ground (tick cut from the gr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 May 1855

THE VAUEY PARMER-nDBVOTED TO THE TRUE I.TBRBST OP FARMERS, fMMMS, AND -WORKING MEN. VAUEY FARRIER. -- aw I, i i-r Y.IULi..t - A. B. LINE, Esq. A Sketch. Tho oldest inhabitants, of Drookrillo remember that once, long years ago. when a man became Uisplcntod with himself, and mankind in general, he wouM usually threaten to leave the country and go up Wolf Crock. It then hard! entered Into the minds of tho moat far-seeing, to Imagine that so aoon as this, men could go up the same creek and find a well culUrated farm at tho ycry head of it. Hut time makes great changes, and regions of country that onco were remarkable only for the numbvrjand quality of its deer and wild turkeys, and the wildneaa and wortblcisness of its inhabitants, can, by the dint of labor and tho per sereranco of 'settlers.0 become not only tolerable but admirable. About a year ago, for the first time, we started in search of the head waters of Wolf Creek, and the residence of A. D. Line, Esq. Haying the ineffaceable ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 June 1855

xvtfY jMy vT a NEWS ßMD-BÜS3WESS PAPER-DEVOTED TO P0RB8CN 'AND -DOMESTIC NEWS, BSORftiS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, A6RJCÜITÜRE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIETY. VOL. XXIII-NO. 2d. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN. COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1855. WHOLE NUMBER 1108. professional (Curbs. T B. DAVIS, M. D,-PHYSICIAN & KUR; J, ühus. orru s.ai his residence, corner o Main and Jama streets, HrookvUl,lul. TVS. J. VT. XEEIT, ü K 0 F. O N DK.MIST. I I ft .1 .'Mfilti . tK aiiey imuM.cr tsibs. ah wore warranted, ilo charge forexamln.QT wrn-w, www www ww.. w. a. aw allon or advice. 41-. T TTBTTS XTXQORE, JUSTICE or to PKACK, bj aui AMoruey Coancellor ai law, Hrook ville, lad. Ornri, 2d ilory Weit' now buildingfronting lb Court House 431003. TTT MOREOW. ATTOKÜKY fr COUNSKI. . f.... . .. 't . .r . . Luit AI LAW. Oi rid, 'o.7, llalle'i building, Brookvllle, Ind 8143 NIC. CBOOKSHAJfJC, ATTOKSEY A.XD , wOt .NaKl.OU At LAW. Omi t, un.ler the American Office, Brookvllle, InJ. 43 '3) T Ur.WARD, AT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 June 1855

A NBWSPAPER-CONTftiNlNö -ft BRäSP SÜMIMARV OP THE WEST PORS86M ft HD DOßflBS'f iG JNTBiyfiBHGIi. niDIAlTA AI.IEEICAN. ''ft, V wPtlMI iCT TO TtCTB, TO UiUTT aR UW, T. A. GOODWIN, Editor. BJLOOXYXLLX, BTDIA5A. Fill DAY J I' IE It ISii TO DCS IS ESS Since tha nltrfsmsntof ar pipr,our elrculatioaj kuM luntMd thai w fear , bayon t qeeeUoa. Uie Unreal circulation la Indiana, pt, per ha pa, 10 paper In Indlanapolia, and tl It a ctrcntrtloa la loo wealth tail portion of (lit HUI. Haeineee mm who waut ad vrllae. In U Walia wk, valley, will do wall to rewem. bor Utla f(. The Enow Nothing Platform. Not caring whether our Know Nothtngism pletiei tho Council' or not, we continue our review of the platform that his been cobbled up for Know Nothings to stand on. And, in doing to, we are but reiterating the entimeits we frequently advanced, during the canvass last summer, and from time to time, beforo and since, and we now allude to them more for the benefit of our numerous new readers, than for an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 June 1855

a paper m nm pmv cjrgle devoted to the Amüsement awd jnstructjon of voumc and ovo. 3 miJiinatinn. One Week li Later from Europe A1SIYAL07THE AMERICA. Large Advances in Cotton! BREADSTUFFS AND XTIIE BRIT ISH FUNDS UNCHANGED. The Allied Armr before Sevastopol Sail ixainttini its rosuion. New York, Maj, 24 The America with advices' from Liv erpool and London the 12th inst., arrived at Halifax, this morning. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. The demand for Cotton at Liver pool continued active and prices had farther advanced 14 d. The sales during the week amounted to I06OOO bales, of which speculators took 0, OOO bales, and exporters only five thousand. Fair Orleans is quoted at 6 3-8J, and middling at 5 1 1-1 6d. The business done in breadstuff's during the week was only moderate, but prices had underwent no change, except for Indian Corn, which had farther advanced Is per quarter. The English funds continue steady, with buj little fl notation, the closing rat for Consols, for money, was 83 1-...

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

THE VfiUBY PfiRßflER OßVOTED -TO WM ?EUE iNTERBS'f OP FARMERS, MBGHflNiGS, AND" WORKiNG R9&N. VfiUEV FARMER. L Potato Rot The Ten Thousand Dol lars Beward Claimed. Below we published alettcrfrom Mr. Fugatc, of Kinderhook, Illinois, in which ho states that he has discovered a preventutivo nut) remedy for tho disease of the potato, so generally dreaded. The letter will explain itself. Wc canonlvadd our hope that the I discovery may bo fairly tried, and that 1 1 will bo found to be what Mt. Fugatc represents it, nnd Irhat tho Legislature ot Massa chusetts will bo as ready to give D0G3 Tt. SHEEP. We are not anxious to incur the displeasure of the dog, nor do we care mncTi whether w (fit or Tint- Wfl in tpnA in .ic our mind, and let them to him tho "reward," if entitled r ' Iii i 'ri .. i : r ctowI if they chose. inereio, as u no were a wiui-us ui .Iii 1 fv i.A. AiIJ from the needless exDenso of mat Diaic: I r Ti i leeoinir dorrs an exDense that many MESSRS r.DiT0U3.i notice ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 June 1855

(A $ vVfCt? i A HEWS AND BUSSneSS PfiPER-DEVOTSD YO OHEüßM AND DOMESTiC NEWS, MORßES, TEMPBRAWCE, BDMCftTäöK, ßGRiCMÜRB, AND THE BEST JHTERESTS 0? SOCIETY. VOL. XXIII-NO. 2-5. BllOOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1855. WHOLE NUMBER 1109. n' i hi r 5 ft i v r i ii i in i iii - Jccfasicittl Curbs. T B, PAT15, K. D.,-nTiciAjr V suaal, ukuM.urMa,aikl rtdene, itritf Mats tad Jama itrtiu, brook villa, lad. Ta. j.vr. rxxtT.-iUKOKo.f DKsfisT. , AJ Omca, T-- ' T ' i t i WlUf HaiiMjCrttiii. All work! warranted. Wo eharge .or ciamta-uT-, - - aUoe or advice. 41t!JLz5l ftfxTTS rniioM, ÜHTtcssoeTaaP kack V " Atioreay at Coaaeellor al law. Brook illa. lad. Urtica, tdttory Wni'i buildlag fronting tbo Coart floate 43 ISM. TTT HOKÄOw. ATTOK.1 BY A COUNSltl.- , Uit Al 'LAW. Orrm, 9.7, lUIU't Building, rook Till, lad. 81 43 TT rc. csoorraA2rr.-ATTOR5KY axd II . COUAafcLLuM ATLAW. Orvtra. ander ill America Ufleo, Brook villa, lad. 43 5J ly.WAKD, ATTOtt.1BYACOUHSKt.LOK il AT LAW. Orriri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 June 1855

A rJBVVSPßPBR-CONTßJNiflG A WEV SUfRY OF THE LATEST PGRESGH AND DGfflfiSTiG iWTBiyßEßCB. UTDIA1TA ALIEItlCAlT. Mrt.ata hi to Tacro, to ubbbty n rt.m iaLL atta. T. A. GOOPWHT, Editor. ' BaBatataa BSOOZTILLS, UrDIASA. Fill DAY JVKtE i 1155. on the character of the white woman, White Water Presbyteri&l Acad- ill frt W MT t T n IT ZiTThe Supremo Court, seem Je which should commend tho institution emy. M' " v " u-i mined to hate printed briefs, after than they do the nctrro. It U a shield . th PIC"U.re .f lslt,nS X5TFor a rich local item, read the w - to ncsixcss act. tntalhoaa'arreraentof our paper, our elrcaUUoa kuu tnereaaad that we hate now, bojrool o.aeeUoa,Uo lanreet circulation 1 Indiana, fc.nl. Mrliin.. Hntn In Intllanaivolle. and tl Itaeireulruoa tu tho wealth leal portioa of the I mJed of auto. Buaiaete mn w bo want w autem. m tbo Walt Waiet alley, will do wall to remem. ttAnds, and Stands as One Ol tho DCaUborutataoi. q. American Slavery: Slavery "So Ions: as man l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 June 1855

a pßPBR mnm vmm mm-nrnm n the mummt mnmmumm w young' and.gi,d. at a St m A ,. oa A a i'f H flßJKKäüfirj. One "Week later from Europe. AX3IYAL 07 THE STEAKEB Resignation of the French General, Canrobert. Later from tie Crimea. New York, May, 30. The sieamer Pacific, with advices from Liverpool and London to Saturday, the 10 ih inst, has arrived at this port. . GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. The advices from tiie Crimea by this arrival are not of special interest. Affairs at Sevastopol remained without change, as far ai the public were .advised. An expedition of 1 5,000 men of the allied armies, embarked on the 12th inst, and put to sea in the direction of the sea of Azof, bat returned without landing. No details of the object of the expedition are known. Omar Pascha's forces had returned to Eopatoria. Large reinforcements to the allies were expected within ten days from the 32th. Nothing new in the diplomacy between Austria and the Western powers; but between Prussia and Austria the relations...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 June 1855

T53E VAÜBV PÄRIflBR DEVOT ED ?ö WIE THOE DiWEEEST Ol' FHR1YIEHS, MECHANICS, AMD WORKING MEN. VAUBY PARMER. 1 J to 4 rHEDGING. At many of our readers are cultivating hedges we will venture to give a word of advice, drawn from both experience and observation. It is too late now to give any advice in reference to setting out, this spring. That work is over. But as we may not recur to this subject again before another spring, we will say that the plants should be set out, in a veil prepared row, as early as possible, with as much root as possible and the top - -.-V- .,. j,v--.. f cut off within iwoigches of the yellow .t r. - .t... Dais 01 vnc root, nos muio mi UcM two neue, saouia Pv tue crouna. ineDestoi caresnouiaoe . . . .. . . 1 1 r r o ' - 1 , should be undertaken one season than ... . . ...v.;. .n .1t:.l can De pianica weil ana ten chiuti ted afterwards. We know some farm - ers who hare long rows that are not, and nerer will be hedge, owing to! ei undertaking too much jt once. Ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 June 1855

; JP jlp J, I' A NEWS AND SÜS3N2SS PAPfiH DEVOTED TO AND DOMESTIC NEWS, WORBIS, TßMPERfiWCE, EDllÜAsÜN, Al)yfM, AND THE BEST 8NTERESTS OF S0G3STV. VOL. XXIII-NO. 20. BHOOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1855. WHOLE NUMBER 1170. J Y rofcssiunal öütris. J" B, TUYIS, K. .,-PllTilCIAJI A HUR- , OKU X. crrru a, at hi realdenea, eoreer all aad Jaejeailreeit,liroekvllle,lnd. BVJ. W. XIXLT.-UCKO Orfici, ana tiuur aoatn of ley ilea.e.ae -raiae. All w ItO DKMTIST. BV WW MlaiB lho wirrsated. fio harre for atam auoaeraaviee. miUI KILOOkZ. JUSTICKoe-rnB PRACK V ea4 Attorney o Coaaaellor at law. Brook villa. 14. Orrica, 84 iter j Weil' at building froeiinf the Court Uoute C liJ. TTT EOSKOW, ATTUK.fKY COUMMKL . Lüh AI 'LAW. Of net, 0.7, iUtla'a Buildlnf.BrootTllle, In J. Sl-43 Nxc. ptoorsHAJrz. a tto h s k y as d . cOUAafcLLoK rUW. Omca, under le American Offloa, Brookvilla, lad. 43 3i A LT. WAED, ATTOR5ET 4 rOUJIBKLLOK X AT Law. orrica, over iower' aioro, Üiöokvilla, Ind. TTOtXi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 June 1855

A KBVVSPAPER-COKTftiNiNß A BRiBP Sl)Mß8ßRV OF THE LATHS? PORSiGN AND DOMSTiGS IKTEIWGBWGB. INDIANA AIiIERIC AH. j 1 wrllOI BCT TO TB.CT, TO MltlTT AND LAW, ao avoa tWATi vt, bo mai ibaLL iwi." T. A. GOODWIN, Editor. BBCOKVHXE, ETDIA5A. rillDAY. JUME 13 1833. TO BISI.1F.M ' Rinra tha tnlimmtnl of oar tDr.oar clrcaer UUon hum !ncrael Ust wo bar now, oajoni 1 etuoB.uio untoAiTTreuuuoo ia lnaian. oi-1 Ä-u'iiÄT 1 -suw. Bmiiiom wbowM waerMto.w tboWhluWtior TUy,wUl do wall to remem tor Utl met Ooyernor Wright, as an Executive. We have often had occasion to re fer to Governor Wright as aa executive ofScei , and never but in terms of approbation. It is well known that on the "issues of the past," in the main, we agreed with the Governor in politics, but on the present issues, we differ widely, if we understand his posi tions. In the subsiding of the frag rrents of the old parties, which have been shivered to atoms by the new and important issues of the present, wo have been separated from ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 June 1855

ß PAPER PGR THE l'AM&V C9HCI.Ü DÜVOVÜD TO WIN MTUSUIMiW ßWÜ JNS'fRilCYiOW ffl V0ÜW6 ft KD OLD. .THE flMEBjCflW. PORTLAND LIQUOR RIOT. A Ira Voraton of tho Affairs Opinions of the Press Verdict of the Jury. TRIAL OF MAYOR DOW. The following particulars of thu late disturbance in PortlanJ, aro compiled from the Advertiser, by the K. Y. Tribune. The truth of tho case is biicflj us follows: The Prohibitory Liquor Law, as it now exUu ia Maine, provides for tho csUblisnment by each town of amunicipial agency far tho supply of liquors for mechanical, medical and sacramental purposes. In compliance with this provision, tho Common Council of Portland on the 3 J ult., or a month before the riot, appointed a Committee, consisting of the Mayor and Aldermftii to procure the requisite stock for such an agency at Portland. It is said tho resolution appointing the committee was passed dj the Mayor's casting vote, but wo do not tee that this fact, if it be a fact, is of any great importa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 June 1855

THE VfiUfiV PfiRMER-DEVO'fBD'TO TO TRUE INTEREST .OP MMERS, MEGHfiWJGS, AHD MEN. VAUEV PARMER. Report of the Committee on the cultiratioa of Corn, made to the AgI Iricnltural Society.lJane 2 1855. QMr. Ciiairma: The Committee to whom was referred the ubject of the cultivation of Corn would report, that in view of tho fact that almost er cry person or family residing in the country or country towns, are farmers so far as the raising of a patch of corn is concerned, and as a consequence, almost every one has his own way of cultivating tho crop, conforming to circumstances that surround them in many cases. And it is not only true that almost every family, whether Farmer, Physician, Merchant, or Lawyer, raise their patch of corn, but ic is also true that the aboriginecs of our country did cultivate their patch of corn and squashes, and it was an occasion of general feasting when the first fruits of their corn were gathered. All this being the case, almost every one understanding not onl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 22 June 1855

If 51l iliilif il i 61 H 0 A fJBVS fiHD BUSMB33 PftPßR-DEVOTSD TO F0RE3BN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MORALS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, ACRiCtil'f URE, AND THB BEST INTERESTS "OP SQCJETY. xxniBÄOOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1855. WHOLE NUMBER 1171. in I ii professional Carts. T 1. ATXi.lt D.I-HITBICU SUR I. üu. urrw... at hi. re.ldaaee, eoraer Uaisaad Jaaeatireeit,ttrooviiie,lBd. nm. j. w. xniT.-wKaKo.- dmtist. jl urrw ., ue umm ni i wis Valle Haeae.e, T.ia. All war rarraatad. IIa harr a for aiamla-' UrtlTUfl. 41-1 tttjs rrtooM, JuTica-TiipijAcK J t'l Ahiw Ja Oaea.eller at '" Hrnak Vitt. lad. Off tri, tdiiory West's sew butuiog froaliof la Coart Uobm 1 lll. "TTT XOft&OW. ATTUKSRV & COUNMKL- . UK At 'U, Orrici, 0.7, Hall' Baadia, Brook villa, lad. II 43 tt ttc.irörraiirx, attors ky'ähd 14. coU.NhLLyH AFIAW. Ornt a. under Ue AaaerltaaOfflMe, Brook I lie, I od. 43 'Si A U. WAKD, ATTOUHKT A COUSBKIXOK IX At Caw.' Orrica, rar rowan Etora, BrookfitU, lad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 22 June 1855

fi NEWSPftPBR-GONTASNiNG" A BR3EP SUMMÄRV OP THE LATEST PÖRE3GN AND ÖÖMSTiGB 8JTElM6BrJGB. HIDIAHA AMERICAN. J T. A. GOODWIN, Editor. ISO 01 VILLI. X2TCIA5A. Ill DAY Jl'nift e34. to iitüni: ytr.x. Kineo lh enlargement of our paper, our "Iro" Ullon aaeeo incraaaed that we have now, bo yon o,aeeUoa.lbe targeal elreulatlnit la ludlana, opt, parnai., two tapre In In.llaaepolla, and II la a circutrtloa lathe weallbleet portion of the X jiI. Ilueinaea wen who want t advertiea. In Uta WkluWitoi valley, will 44 wall I re mom. bor tbia fuel. BOXAXISX, ASTI.UITUILICAN. In tho courso of our lata review of Know Nothingisra, wo contended for the equal political rights of Romanists, while we admitted that their system of faith was essentially anti-Hepubli can. If necessary, wo could educo argumcnts from history to this effect, but wo prefer something later. "We still think that so small a number of Ilomaniuts about 1 in 20 of tho population, will bo harmless, if Know Nothingism previals if tho de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 22 June 1855

ft PAPER POR THE PAMIty G3RGIÜ DEVOTED TO THE ÄMUSBIOTT fiWD 3MSTRUGT3ÖH OP mm filW 01D. ARRIVAL OK THE Highly Important Intelligence. Sanguinary Fighting brfore. Sevastopol. EIGHT THOUSAND MEN KILLED OK WOUNDED. Niwr York, Juno', 13. Th steamer Atlantio with mJ rices from London nJ Lirerpool to tho Sod inst., arrircd at this port this morn GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. The new from tho ict of wor by this itetmerU highly importunt. Tho allies had captured Kertzcb on tho sea of Aiof, and alo havo taken tho Russian camp at Tchcrnaya, besides having obtained various succcscs bo for Sevastopol. Tho news generally is of mor importance than any received sine tho battle of Alma. Tho Allies havo been successful in threo engagements. Tho conflicts on the nights of the 22 J and 2üJ; between tho Trench and Russians, briefly reported by the last steamer, turns out to havo been of the cost sanguinary description. Tho conflict lasted the whole of each night, and the loss in killed and wounded, on both sM...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 22 June 1855

THE VflUEY FARMER-DEVOTED TO THIS TRUE UNTERES? OF rfiRMERSßlEßimNiCS, AND WORKING MEN. VAUBY FARMER. 7? Diseases of Fowls. a ciurrxn ox rcci 1 think it due, not only to tho author of a paper which appeared in your Chroniclo somo timo ago. on "The american euro for roup, 'but also to poultry fanciers in general, that I should inform" you of tho result of several experiments I have mado lately in tho treatment of that infectious and hitherto fatal malady. In tho early part of last spring, roup appeared in my yard, attacking first my , gamo fowls, (which inhabit a building at some distance from tho other poultry,) and soon runniug through tho whole flock, which have contin ued to manifest moro or less of its symptoms over sinco. In their treatment, I gavo a very fair trial to every remedy that has, as I know, icon yet suggested from the old "cook-fe-dcrV " mixturo of rue, garlic, and and buter, to calomel, blue pill, jalap, p2per,&c., &c, with various other com...

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