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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 28 August 1835

AiMA AMIEIBIKDilKT BY C. I CX iUKSO.T TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. fi in advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at .i.Tiiration of the year. Advertishmexts. Twelve lines, or less, will be I :-erted once or three times, for one dollar, ami 2.1 cents will be charged for each additional insertion XATIOXA I j TAIjE. mlitefCen t0 a degree, that one of the i ,. .. "'""v.iMuiiie Christians cvpr rocorded ,n history, immediately took place. An attack was made on thon, :. : 1 ..or rov , .... 1 lMC "eimer njre fV..t. - i ' . 1 1,16 veneble Patriarch of 7t 1", h? w" ear, was dra- m .. V . 1,,iui,r''t, and murdered by a thousand stabs. Ton ,... i .. , , dreadful night. "er.sneu on that V!ipp 1 )re du to Uie conduct of e Orand lzier Osman. He ,.-....., .... . pease the fury of the peoVc. 51! and INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. YOI.. III. Xo, 35, but she repulsed him with the Btrength of a Lioness. "ritand hirk . .. sfriiro.i- taiu sue, -or l will rl:tll V0,Zd yo" heart!" Draw. it arounu ner waist. H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 28 August 1835

OF TIII2 WEKK. r T L VXD DISGR ACEFIT, MOBS IN BALTIMORE. Wc lav lefore our reader the s uhjoinciTex fiNm the IJa timore Patriot, with mict ions of no ordinary regret. Again has Bal :mnrp hern the sn ne of several moony am iisgraceful mobs. The objects of their ven .nice, were the Directors and other officer onnected with the Bank of Md., whom to i eat censure had attached, in consequence fits unpropitious failure. Ofthe cuipaDin iy of any of the persons concerned in the man -cement of that institution, we know but lit !. But l- u ted, iwl-- "cr lnipiopei iy ui iii.-j 'inn i.-lll be found for the I proceedings we record ,.,. ., , . . were assailed we ie ' . , - -eral ofthe most dis ...... . -j citizens of Balti ' love order, the .. . exhortations of ctive violence .prelacy of the il authorities, the chivilrous youth, and ... that elegant and hospi . v should tamely have pcr- .id.ilous oulrairesto be identi cir personal and inunicanal fame terating march of time, will not, for irv lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 28 August 1835

AMERICAN. K o O K VILLE, LDlAyA. FRIDAT, ATG. 2S, IS35" .vVe present the severe indisposition of the ri tor for the barrenness of the editorial column rweek. It is not often that we apologise to our .Aers but such as the present is unavoidable We s well as of hers, have to submit to the decrees , if :m ivhose will is law and whose laws are 01 lin") equitable. KENTUCKY ELECTIONS. The election in Kentucky for members of l'onrrc55 lKis resuueu in uie cuuitc ui nine tt'hi flir Administration men. w I f I 1 C To the Legislature, so lar as nearu ironi, there are seven Whig, and three Administration Senators elected and fifty seven Whigs, and thirty-two Administration Representatives. Cincinnati Whig. TENNESSEE ELECTIONS. We eave the names, on Wednesday last, rfpleven of the members of Congress elected ia Tennessee; and we now give the names of the other two, viz: Adam Huntsman, and Y m. f Punlap. 1 hus it appears that Huntsman has superceded the renowned David Crockett but he is quite as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 28 August 1835

M I S C K L L A N From the Phil. Saturday Evening Post. CROCKETT'S LIFE OF VAX BUREN. Philadelphia, Robert it right. There is no i.iistake iti David Crockett. His ''erinniiif ie imi K Oil 01 a tree, is nothing 111 cotnparim to the facility with which he manufactures !ooks. He is a very Lope De Vega, and in biography will 50011 dispute the palm with the -enowned Emmons himself. We will comnencc our notice of the present work, by giving the title pasre in full. It isas follows: "The Life of Martin Van iiuren, heir apparent to the (Government; and appointed iccessor of Hen. And. Jackson: Containing 'very pprticul ir by which his extraordinary 1 In'nur has been formed: With a concise .. 1- t' he events that have occasioned his ' ' vii'on; together with a review ; . statesman." motto, which shows plainly 'o!mel, nllhougli he lives 1 Tennessee, is tolerably -dern pots. - ror though simple he nooks and his crooks; a shallows, his good and his ttidJlc must puzzle the devil." benefit of our ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 September 1835

nWEDIIAWA AMIIEI&nCDilW OUR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST ANI OUR COUNTRY'S FRIKADS. IIKOOKYlT.T.l?, INDIANA, FRIDAY EVISXIXf j, SEPTKITIBER 4, 1835. VOL. III. No. 36. TERMS OP THE AMERICAN. ) ,n advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at AnvKRTisKMENTs. Twelve lines, or less, will be once or three times, for one dollar, and 25 '" i .i,Arrnl fi-trontli Aftiliiinnnl msprhnn cents Will B " - XATIOrAIj TALE. From the Independent Press. 0mmi and Envinin. AN EASTERN TALE. (CONCLUDEU.) fjvinia was much grieved at this, as her father ust needs be absent several days ere bis return, 1i nuli' be much alarmed at not finding her at the ,,,i He would not know what bad become of ,(r he would perhaps think bis child dead or lost, pverv other thought was banished from her mind; even the gallant Osman was nearly forgotten, in the mxiety she felt for her father. Day after day -.ikmI bv. and yet be came not. For hours would fhelk on the Castle's turret, anxiously looking ind expecting to s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 September 1835

XEWS OF THE WEEK. FOREIGN. By the Ship Josephine, Capt Britton, Cork apers to July 18. and Liverpool to the 14th have- been received at New York. Tlif l'2h nf Jlllv. lipincr fho nniiiicmri- nf the battle of the Bovne, was the occasion of p nous riots in I. lverjjool & Belfast. At Belfast it was found necessary to call in the aid of ;'te military, who fired upon the mob, killing i woman by the name of Ann Moore, and mounding several persons. At Liverpool, after the Irish got fairly engaged with each oth--r, i. e. the Catholics with the Protestants, .hey were joined by all the ruffians and vagaminus in uic iivignuoi uuuu. i lie I 'rid well was forced by them, bu ultimately dispersed by theci " Seventeen persons lost ' Lever, n i 15 . . ..v a, I I- :.. I I Ti... .t.l hall .or it from Old.cen votes. His Ir Cobbctt, a relative .eased. ,of 10 guns,has, after an ac- ' j. quarters of an hour, captured El . ' . .sUle, slaver, of 8 guns and GG men, 700 slaves on board. The Buzzard...

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

AMERICAN. BB0OKY1LLE, INDIANA. FRIDAr, SEPT. 4, 1835 Senatorial Election. It will be Been by -f j i. - i.. it. en. theProciamaiioii ui me ooveruor iu me oiienffof this Countj, that the Senatorial Election to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Hon. John Reid, will be held on the 7th day of October next being the Satur day of the first week of our Circuit Court. THE POST OFFICE. It will be recollected by our readers, that i -1 A 1 II three weeKS since we cnaigeu,;iuu irrrcocaoiy d that the Post Master in this place had epcateJly DETAINED and DELAYED the packets of the American papers in the Post Office, and not forwarded them, as he is bound by the Post Office Law. This charge, xriousas it is, has been before the public for three weeks, yet the Post Master has not even ATTEMPTED or DARED to deny or dis prove it. Ia this case, we think that his si lence is a tacit confession of the act. In fact, it was so plainly proven that no man dare deit, for we can substantiate it in any ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 September 1835

MISCELLANEOUS From, the JV". Y. Transcript. HOW TO RAISE THE WIND. There are many ways in this world to raise the wind, as our columns almost daily give U'stim'diiy-, but the following is the latest method of which wc have any account: A dashing young gentleman had put up for some time at the Hotel in this city, where he lived as freely and drank as much wine as i lie best. But he paid nothing; and the landlord, getting weary at length of such unprofitable-custom, set upon him one night so sharply, that he actually dive-sled hita self of his coat, waistcoat, and pantaloons the only ones he had, to pay the b"'V In thiscondil ionl it became necessaro clear out. ::' ;- wardrobe, 'V. i terserv- . : ' seal. Fortune!' he had i hat, boot an1 -. el adr'i ,,i.- ene ..- . ': Ot ( - at t . ' r, adieu .other ho.uck to be cold ' circumstances of very natural; and no- : in the wrap-rascal a ras,ed up. Ile immediately calljCU, io which lie was Miuwii, tin -tiring the night he had leisure to dream ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 11 September 1835

OUR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIEMDS. BROOKVILLE, INDIANA, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER II, 1835. VOL. III. lo. 37. 'TERMS OP THE AMERICAS. in advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at , ' ti.roe times, for one dollar, and 25 cents Wl 11 be charged for each additional insertion From the Seneca farmer. SHIP NEWS. r RESIDENTIAL SQUADRON. 4merican Ship, Old Cradle of Liberty, Daniel Webster, Commander. This is a Yankee rigged vessel, commonly . ,;.li lots of honest old fashioned ie'ti..:,nl nntinns sails richl ahead, fear- .i.hfr WlIIU UUt. uuv- io iivuivuv.v tll.1 ... -J J Ln rr-i ml." it 1C outriding Storms uuu nuuikuui.;, en 'he bests displays me sirengui oi uc Lbcr and the skill of her workmanship. O'J seamen are often astonished at the thunliimr of her broadsides, and enemies turn uerl"o . ,1 i ri t rP .. i. .,e at the nasnes oi uer juug j. vm mv, ur rdeck when once fairly engaged in close combat- Yet none but experienced old tars. jcept in her own waters neru ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 11 September 1835

XEWS OF TIIK WKKK. Tub Postmaster Gs.nekil and the Abolitionists. The following is a copy of the letter addressed by Mr. Kendall, the Postmnster General, to the Postmaster at Charleston, S. (J.in answer to his application for instructions as to the disposal of he anti-slavery publications which had occasioned j -o much excitement in Charleston. Post-Ojftce Department, .'lug. 1, 1835. Postmaster, Charleston, S.S. Sir: In your letter of the 20th ult., just received, yon inform me that by the steamboat mail from Xew York, your office had been filled with pamphlets and tracts upon slavery; that the public mind was highly excited upon the subject: that you doubted the safety of the mail ittfclf out of your possession; that you had determined, as the wisest course, to detain those papers; and you now ask instructions from the department. Upon a careful examinatin warm rush of enthusiasm uiil. u.1.;). i.ie t ....... m im.ii uuur ination is hailed in the western, middle, and southern states...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 11 September 1835

AMERICAN. BROOKHLLE, INDIANA. rRIDAT, SEPT. 11, 1S35 . Harrison and Indianapolis Turnpike. If we ,;ghtl understand the present calculations of the Commissioners or this road, from the 6inall ,mount of stock taken, it will have to be abandoned for the present. We learn that only about 200 tlarea have been taken, which would not finish it i ii . tcnmues. cry wen, wo are confident that we . Jaxa akm )lltl Cn 1 tavc uuiic u uuij , in uian mg puouc attention to the transcendent advantages of this work the com missioners have cleared their skirts. At consider able expense, they have submitted the books to the public for subscription, and the public has refused t undertake it for the present. ' " Witk Water Canal. We have now received the returns of the election throughout the State. From what we know personally, and from what we csn learn from gentlemen from distant parts of the State, and from letters received since the election, e believe that the next Legislature will be deci dedly in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 11 September 1835

JTI ISC E LLAEOIIS. AGRICULTURAL HYMN. Great God of Eden! 'twine thy Land That first clad earth in bloom, And shed upon a smiling land, Nature's first rich perfume. Fresh from thy grace the flowers sprang, Kiss'd by the sun's first rays While plain and hill and valleys rang With life and joy and praise! God of the clouds! Thy hand can ope The fountains of the sky, And on the expectant thirsty crop, Tour down the rich supply. The farmer, when the seed time's o'er Joys in the mercies given Thinks on thy pouiis'd harvest's "ore. And smiling, looks to HpGod of the Sheaf! ' - Are due o- . - " When ' ..'.. " - v ' ';' "fft x - r. (- sinking, ' , ; " - to-morrow, 4 , v ,. in silent sorrow, ,. , i winter in the boot, , 1 i' " gravel cut one's foot! v r a cursed flea within the stocking Chase up and down are very shocking; With one hand dirty , one hand clean, Or with one slipper to be seen: To be detained when most in a hurry, Might put Grisclda in a flurry: But these and every other bore, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 September 1835

jjV C. F. CL.ARKSO.ir. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. in advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at jl expiration of the year. dverti9Emksts. Twelve lines, or less, will be inserted once or three times, for one dollar, and 25 jjnts will be charged for each additional insertion liffS OF TUB WEEK. MORMONISM. From the Susquehanna Register. Sir; veiling uicuiscives mor mons, have, you are aware, brought themKlves into notice in many pat ts of tlie country. A gentleman in the state of Ohio applied to Mr. Isaac Hale, of Harmony, for a history of facts relating to the character ofjoseph Smith, jr., author of the Book cf Mormon, called by some the Golden Bible. Mr. Hale sent the facts in a letter, and the mormons pronounced the letter to be, a forgerv, and could not write his namt; which was tlie csuse of the taking of the accompanying affidavit. Some of your subscribers, and particularly those at a distance, might feel obliged by your inserting the affidavit, that all might judge for themselves as t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 September 1835

xinvs or Tim wi:i:k, tW-m the ti pulli, And tiitnnct fV.C .MKKT1NU IN VKUXOX. Agreeably to pt evii u notice, a meeting of 1 10 citizen of Jennings county took place at t ic Com I 1 tnso in Vernon, on Monday the J lib ultimo for the purpose of taking Into c msidcratiou the propriety of recommending -v the people of Indiana, a suitable person to be supported tor the next Presidency, whereupon Col John Vawt ten was called to the Chair, and Gcin John L Spvnn was appoint, od Secretary of said meeting. And after the object of the meeting being explained from the Chair it was on motion of Mr Walker moved that a committee, of live he appointed t. draft and report resolutions expressive of the sen;c of thi meeting, whereupon John Walker. Smith Vnwlcr, Willoughby Conner, Jared I oster and John l Spann, were or pointed said committee who after a few mo ments absence, t et'irncd. and reported the follow nig resolutions, winch w ere unanimous ly adopted t lic$oIvcd That the services of Gen Win. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 September 1835

y R O O K VI li 1 K, 1 AT DIAAA. FRIDAY, SEPT. 18, IS33 lIiRRi?o" Th kkt. It will be seen that a mect- inpf the friends of (Ion. Harrison, hel.l in Jcn.'aunty, Lave recommended that each Coun- j tlC State, holJ public meetings on the 7th of Vnomber next, (the Anniversary of the Battle of r; mecanoe,) for the purpose of appointing one or persons to attend the State Democratic mcct- . . . i: .1 is I if fpgtobe UClil at inmaii:ipouo jii mu cccuiiu iiun- , n December next, to form an. Electoral Ticket fir the State, to support Gen. William II. Harrison, i e Democratic Republican candidate of the I'co- , for the Presidency. We are sentimentally op- . - ...i r -i pose to Conventions, or ramer caucuses, wuicn art convened for the purpose of dictating to the People for whom they shall cast their suffrages. Rat in the present case, there are ro moans pro vided for forming an electoral ticket. This nicet ies not proposed for the purpose of nominating candidate for the Presidency. The People h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 September 1835

in i s c i? ii Ij a ar e it s . From the Indiana Democrat. INDIANA. Homo ol my heart! thy shining: sands, Thy forests and thy streams, Arc beautiful as fairy land, Displayed in fancy's dreams. Thv sons are brave and proud of thee. Thy daughters fair and bright, As nature's flow'rs that carpet thee, Or etars that gild thy night. Hearts are thine, the kindest best, That Heav'n has given to earth. And brilliant gems are on thy brea6t, Of intellectual worth. Free as thy sparkling waters, Is each heart that throbs in theej Save to Heav'n and thy fair daughters, None ever bow the knee. Ureatness of soul, true dignity And favor'd sons of fame Are thine, but pride of ancestry. In thee is but a name. Home of a thousand happy hearts, CJeni of the far wild west, F.re long thy sciences and arts Will gild the Union's crest. Thy skies are bright, thy airs are bland, Thv bosom broad and free, i oed imt wave a magic wand, '.now thy destiny. -irits bled and dying gave, rs and stripes to thee; .ill J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 September 1835

UMnDnAKTA AMLEEBIJCDAM OCR COUNTRY OCR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OCR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. "Jfc. F. CL.AUKSO.ir. BROOKVLLLiE, INDIANA, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1835. VOL. III. No. 39. frBMS OP THE AMERICAN'. in advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at . ..,rtion of the year. ,TgRTisEMESTs. Twelve lines, or lees, will be . ' .a nnre or three times, for one dollar, and 25 111 n will be charged for each additional insertion ' Harrison's Prospect. The following1 i from a late number of the Har rttorah Intelligencer, in reply to an article which ineared in the National Intelligencer. The lat ter paper contends that the Whig candidate (Web,er is a stronger man than the Democratic Repub lican candidate of the People (Gen. Harrison) -;c the oifice-hoIding-Aristocracy's candidate, 3,f'an Buren.) If k evident that the editors of the IntellVencer, intentionallj misrepresent the prosBvls of the several candidates, or know noth in? of popular sentiment. lie can give Gen. ii,RRieox more electoral ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 September 1835

CO.UJIl TS IIC ATIOft i8. For the Indiana American TO THE PUBLIC. s The writer, who probably figured in the Indiana American last year over the signature of "Benjamin Uttrlt y," has now substituted that of IWj" and we shall treat his publications no, just as they were then w ith amlemyluous tiLnce ! It always appeared to me the proper time to repet charges, after thev are preferred. C. W. HUTCHEN. Brookville, Sept. 17th, 1S35. For the Americau. "When the wicked bear rule, the people mourn." There is a point in the scale of human ac tion, below which to disc nd would at all times be degrading and a man of ordinary sensi bility would feel his pride humbled at beins forced by fortuity to doff his dignity so far as to be compelled to grapple with an individua wno lias neither intelligence nor principle. Such appears noiv to be my situation, and I sensibly feci the humiliating pans twimrlin? in mv lne. m. In the last Indiana American 'T AV . e niidn fn nnf (Vii-lh ll r ji ? t -t ty 01 mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 September 1835

A 31 E IMC AN. - " FRID AT, SF.PT. 25, 183.V We are authorized to that Col. Ben. Bed. Nobi-k, is a candidate for Btate senator, in the p'ace of Col. John Keid, deceased. We are authorized to announce Andrew r.RMicHAEL, Johk M'Whorter, and George Jxkwabt, as candidates for the office of Justice of the Peace, to fill the place of Mr. Alley. (g-Xext Monday two weeks the Franklin Circuit Court commences its fall session. Presidential Candidates, It will be seen by t letter from the Hon. John M'Lean, published in this sheet, he is not a candidate for the Presidency it the present time. There are now only 4 candiditei Bpoken of, who pretend to claim a prospect of tuecess: to wit: the Office-holder's candidate (Mar tin Van Buren;) the Democratic Republican can didateof the People,(Gen. Harrison;) the Whig tondidate (Daniel Webster;) and the-any-man-to beat-Van Buren candidate (Hugh L. White;) all of whom are now considered in the field; and are warmly supported by their friends throughout ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 September 1835

SI I S C EL J A I E O V S . MY OWN FIRE-SIDE. BY ALARIC A. WATTS. It is a mystic circle that surrounds Comforts and virtues never known beyond Its sacred limits." Soithey. Let others seek for empty joys, At ball or concert, rout or play; Whilst far from fas?n's idle noise, Her gilded domes and trappings gay, f while the winter eve away 'Twixt book and lute, the hours divide; And marvel how I e'er could stray From the my own Fire-side! My own Fire-side! These simple words Can bid the sweetest dreams arise; Awaken feeling's tcnderest chords, And fill with t -arsof joys my eyes; What is there m i!d heart can prize, That doth no i li sphere abide. Ilti. it of rry hon -' r- ' sympathies, - .- I re-side. 1 ' '. now; i .. rlasp'd in mine; e-ual thine! i,a!f divine, .1 eyes doth hide: fitter shrine, Kire-side! . n roar . '. it ravage earth; It . i ' the more r. - ' lowed heart T -v -).:; . : - ss gave birth; v , tempest chide, I : iMeless mirth own Fire-side! 'nt in the storm Of this world'...

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