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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 20 November 1835

HMDIIAMA AMIEIBIICDART OUR COUNTRV OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIEVDS. BV C. F. GL:lKKSO.. BROOKVILLE, INDIANA, FRIDAY EVEXIXC;, NOTl&flBER 20, IS33. VOL. III. Xo. 47. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. t in advance $2,50 in six month?; or $3,00 at the expiration of the year. Vdvertisements. Twelve linos, or less, will be iprted 0,,cc or tbree times, for one dollar, and 25 rtnt3 will be charged for each additional insertion POPIXAK TALI,. HENRY AND JULIA. Trim the gay traper in the rustic dome, To light the little paradise at home. These lines were in the heart of Henry lValton.as after a day of more than ordinary fatigue, he drew near at evening to his humble home beside the Hudson, and saw the glimmering light from the cottage window itha quickening step, and a gladdened heart. j,e hurried forward "Julia,"' thought he, will be waiting for me: sweet little Harrv. mv bright-eyed boy, His past his bed time. 1 shall mis?) this evening, his w inningsmilesand swet infantil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 20 November 1835

IVEWS OF THE WEEK. DEMOCRATIC MEETING. A Meeting of citizen? of Franklin Countj was held at the Court House; in lirookville on Uturday the 14th Nov. 1835 and organized !.y calling the Hon. John Quick to the Chair, i J appointing George Berry Secretary. After the object of the Meeting had been Stated by Col. B. S. Noble the following Testations were offered and adopted with Teat ttianimitv: 19 liesoived, I hat this meeting consider the ipprouching election for President to be a r t That thi ontest for th Kepuhlican nrincioles of 'OS 9and mire enct iallv for the nernetn.-ition f the wise I f - " measures which have so $irnal!v VnelitteJ this ntion ieneral Jackson. since the Election of Resolve That we deprecate an election by 'he House of Representatives, at anv time as dangerous to the stability of our institutions. Resolved, That vc approve of the nomination of the Baltimore convention of Martin Van Buren of New York for President and Colonel Richard M. Johnson of Kentuckv for vice ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 20 November 1835

AM Ell I CAM. 0BO O K VIIiLK, 1 A Z I A X A . Fill DAY. XOV. 2;. isa.-. JUir County. The Democratic Repub lican citizens of Rush County, friendly to the deration of the People's Candidate for the Presidency, assembled at Kushville on the 7ihinst. and after passing a sett of very spirited resolutions, appointed Jive delegates to ,ttenJ the Harrison Convention to be held at Indianapolis on the second Monday in December next, to wit: (cn. Amaziaii MouwJr, Col. Alferd Posey, G. Ii. Rcs y. Dr. II. G. Sexton, and Svmuel Biroer, Esq. sllmen of sterling integrity. We have received the proceedings of various meetings throughout the State, and from the present prospect, we believe every county will be represented in the Convention. A Van IJuren,and Johnson Meeting is called at Rushville, on the 2 1st inst. We believe ,j,e Van Buren party have not yet decided what time their State Convention will be Md. but ire expeel it will be some lim in January next. Another Editor Revardcd. On the Oth ins...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 20 November 1835

M I S C K L I. A KOFS V VIEWING THE FALLS OF NIAGARA. BY A VAJEEE. I wonder how long ye've been a roarin' At this outrageous rate! I wonder if all ye've been a pourin' Could be cyphcr'J on a tlate. I wonder how such a thunderm' sounded When all New-York was woods! 'Spose likely some Indians have been drowned When rains have raised your floods! I wonder if wild stags and buffaloes Hav'nt s-tood where I now stand! Well, 'spose (being scared at first) they'd stub bed their toes, I wonder where they'd land! I wonder' if that rainbow has been shinin' Since sunrise at creation And this waterfall been underminin' With constant spatteration! That Moses never mentioned ye, I've wondered While other things describing der'd My conscience! how ye must have foamed & thunWhen the delugewas subsidin I Mt thoughts are strange,' magnificent & deep, j o - When I look down to thee' O! what a glorious piece for washing sheep Niagara would be. And O! what a tremendous water power...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 November 1835

BV C. F. CLARKSO. TKK31S OF THE AMERICAN. f 2 in advance-$2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at the expiration of the year. Advertisements. -Twelve lines, or less, will be inserted once or three times, for one dollar, and 25 cents will be charged for each additional insertion INTEREST AND BROOKVILLE, IIAIa7TSI5I? OUR COUNTRY S FRIENDS. SSWS OF THE WEEK. of the to procure f rom ike Indiana Journal TIPPECANOE CELEBRATION. The memorable battle of Tippcop which was fought on the 7th November 181 1 was celebrated on Saturday last, on th K.t' tie ground. The occasion was one of surpassing interest. In every respect it was the most interesting meeting of the kind that ever took place in Indiana. About 10 o'clock a large number of persons from various parts of the slate formed a procession in Lafayette and marched to the battle ground on horseback. By the time they reached the celebrated spot, hundreds of the "bone and sinew,-' including a light company, had assemb!ed,and the whole constituted an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 November 1835

rvim s of Tiirc week. From the Cincinnati Gazette CoXNERSVILLE, (Ind.) 7th Nov. lS3o. Ike Editor of the Cincinnati Gazette. Dear Sir: The election in your Slate being over, and it being ascertained who are hosen to represent the interest of jour State in the next Legislature, I beg leave to call vourattention, as the Editor of a public journal of extensive circulation, to the subject of iu n,,l;miiAn fth Slate of Indiana to the r.prUlturenf Ohio for the privilige of con Grueling through Ohio that part of the White Water Canal which passes through that Statc It will be recollected that the application was made at the last session of the Legisla fare, that the subject was referred to a joint select committee, of which Mr. Vance, of But ler, refusing the privilege requested; and that the renort lies anion est the unfinished busi- ness of the last session. The obiect of this communication is to Tlace the subject in its true light, for the pur pose of again drawing the attention of jour ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 November 1835

n -m - m ni Axil ERIC AN. BROOK11'1'1' I N D I A TV A. - FRlD.tr, NOV. 21, IS33. p0BK. We have heard of several transfers of. tijs article in this County, within the last week at 00 per c't. gross. The Cincinnati Price Curr ent bas the following upon this subject. "Purchasers and sellers still hold bock. Small lots only htrearrived, and the market price, although fixed !)v our Pork merchants at such rates as they consider themselves justified in giving, appears not to come up to the high expectations of the farmers." Qinout. Most of the principal forts of the United States have been ordered to be garrisoned immediately; and the ships in ordinary are required tt ke ready for sea, when wanted The Gov'MBnt has advertised for osk thoveakd barjeis of powder, to be delivered at the various Navy ysrij6 fcj the 4th of March next. We think this ritlser squally. The Vermont Legislature after balloting sixty(kxe times m Ta'n or Governor, have finally postponed the subject indefinitely, leaving...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 November 1835

of. SALE OP HEAL, ESTATE. rjlHE undersigned will sell at public outcry, . -a- Monday the 2;th day of December A. I). ISA ' 'tween the l.onro nf -i i. .. , on !3S fCen the linnra nf .. -l i. " it.' ciock. l . 31. of said day. on the premises, about -i ,roul "rookville, on the west fork of Hie ater river, the following described real in rpink,iB County, Indiana, to it: lbe south east quarter of section ten, in lownsuip eleven, in range thirteen east of the se ' onu principal .Merediau line. And also all the following described tract or lot of land, situate in aid County, being a part of fractional section number eleven, in township eleven, and range thirteen; beginning at the north east corner of the south 'ast quarter of section number ten, in town 11, and ringe 13, runn ng thence north 4i deg. east, 224 ;oles and four tenths of a pole, to the old boundary .me, induce wunsaui boundary line south XI deg. - iwics auu iiuiui reams oi a pole, to a tost, thence south 5:41 dog., west -9 an...

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

OUR COUNTRY OCR COUNTRY INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRrExm. BV C. F. CLARKSO.. i TERMS OP THE AMERICAN. $ in advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at the expiration of the year. i AnvKRTisEWENTs. Twelve lines, or fcss, will Tie inserted once or three times, for one dollar. an&3f5 cents will be charged for each additional insertion. for the Indiana American. Whoever investigates the laws of Nature, soon discovers that amidst the infinite variety of these laws, there is not to be found a single instance of discord, co-reiaiion anu mutual adaptation leign throughout. Thus the annual diurnal revolutions of the globe which we inhabit, together with the inclination of its axis to the orbit of revolution, are adapted to the regular and perfect develnpementsofthe various grades of animals and vegetables subsisting upon its surface. There are pTants and animals adapted to every region and to everv climate. The constitution of man, too, and that of external nature, exhibit an admir...

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

ITOWS OF THE WEEK. VICKSBURGII TRAGEDY. Jppral from Judge Lyuch to the laws of the land. Hardeman Couirnf, Tenn.) September 25th, 1835. 7b Aw Excellency Hiram G. Runnels, Gover nor of the State of Mississippi Sir: You will appreciate the motives and feelings which prompt me to make this nppeal to the constituted authorities or the State bf Mississippi, when informed that I nm ihe aged and distressed father of John Hult.uM, who, with four others, fell a victim to the fury of a relentless Mob at Vicksburgh on ,JftUA ,r r Jnlv hist, and I have waited vvith painful anxiety to learn that the ordinary steps had been taken to bring the culprits t. iustice, but as yet I have had no indication that any such have been made, either by the executive, judicial or ministerial officers. I am constrained, therefore, by the ties of parental affection, and a solemn duty wnicn I owe to my country, to bring the subject directly before you, and through you and the public journals to ask that justice as ...

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

AMERICAN. OOKVIMiG, INDIANA, FRIHAT, DEC. 4, 183ft. The American. -We shall endeavor to give duf:ng the Sessions of the Legislature and Congress, ii correct a history of the procedings of these bodies (i rt shill be able to obtain sparing no exertions to five s 'te olner Journal. Uur subscription is daily increasing, and we are thus enabled ind cheered on, to spend more time and money, to ,ake our vehicle of information more interesting. T!it Weather. Within the last two week we kvt had very cold weather for the season. On Tuesday morning the mercury fell below aero. - Winter has sett in so Boon that it has caught many of our farmers with their corn in the field. iiemperece. Mr. James It. Young of Spring fie!J township, was found dead in the centre school House in that township on Sunday morning last. attended the election at that place on the day previous, and drank so much new apple brandy that could not narigate at the close ef the eloction. Before they dispersed. Young waa carri...

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

sal.1? or nr. i. kstate. 'JJlllE undersigned will sell at public outcrv, on ; M. Monday the :Hh day of December A. D. i?35, between the hours of ten o'clock, A. M. and four j 'clock. P. M. of said day. on the premises, about two mites from Brookville, on the west fork of White Water river, the following described real state, situated in l-'rauklin County, Indiana, to wit: The south cast quarter of section ten, in Township eleven, in range thirteen east of the second principal Mercdian line. And also all the loiiowing aescriueti tract or lot ot land, situate in aid County, being a part of fractional section number eleven, in township eleven, and rane thir teen; beginning at the north east corner of the south east quarter of section number ten, in town 11, and nnge 13, runniug thence north 84 deg. east, 224 poles and four tenths of a pole, to the old boundary line, thence with said boundary line south 21 deg., west 72 poles and ;V hundredths of a pole,4o a post, thence south SI 1 deg....

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

made Am a AmmmjKDAM Rc4 I. rdt wbt bv c. f. cl, arksoiv. TERMS OV THE AMERICAN. t-J in advance $S,50 in six months; or $3,00 at t', expiration ot tnc vcar OVKRTISE" is. Twelve lints,or less, will be times, for one dollar, and 2i nts will be charged for each additional insertion IVEWS OF THE WEEK. From the Cincinnati fFhig. ANOTHER BRUTAL MURDER. We have now the painful duty of recordin? another murder, quite as brutal and at rocious as the one for which the wretched fnwaii forfeited his life a few days ago. On Friday last, (the day Cowan was exe cuted) ! man .V Uie name ol uhless residjngabout two miles above Batava, in Clermont r.vntv. O. butchered his wife in the most thocking manner, and under the following circumstances. bouttwo weeks before the butchery, Curej was very sink, and supposing he was nbout to die, called his wife to lis bed side and endeavored to exact a promise from her that she would never marry a second time. This promise she refused to give, and evaded his impor...

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

Y WENT Y-rOUUTn CONGRESS. . Monday, Dec. 7, 1835. Thi9 being the day appointed for theMeet;Tigor "the Twenty-fourth Congress, itfirst Session, towards noon the Members of both ' fnu"ea"whotiaAe arrived in thccity attended iti" the respective Chambers at the Capitol, and proceeded to business. " 132 1 84 . 9 votes, of the " - JN Tltll SENATE. -At 12 o'clock, the VICE PRESIDENT rihr United States took the Chair as Presi dent of the Senate. The Chvir communicated the credentials of Joiie C. Calhoun, of South Carolina, and .N'ehemiau R. IvNir.irt, of Rhode Island,elected Senators of the United States for six years i'mm f he ith of March last. Air. SocTnARt presented the credentials of Garrett 11. Wai l, elected r Senator from the State of New Jersey, for six, years from thp 4th" of March last. Mr. viF.viNfi nresented the credentials of Tntiv JUvis. elected a Senator from the State ..e Afass.irhusntlsfor six years from the 4th of March last. Mr. WiirTE slated that, although elected a Sen...

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

!!i -""Jl-1" ' .J'5l.iitafc brook yifcx e, i rv d i a x a. - FUI0.VV, DEC. 18,1833. j-'o important move has yet been made in our Legislature. The different parts of the Gov- trnor's . Message have been refcred to the various committees, and no important measure will come jefore tLe Legislature until they report. 0RKsr. It is now, 4o clock, Dec. ltli,and tU President's Message has not yet reached this plaj,when it should have reached here in six days. We save giveH the proceedings of the first day of fbsrees. We did expect the Message in time for this pijw.but our readers cannot expect us to pub lish new before e. receive it. Fm Accident.- A eon of Mr. John J Ward, near the mouthofBig Ceadar in this county , was b8rnd to death on Friday last, by his clothes catching on fire. When lit clothes caught on fire no person was in tbe house, and when he was discovered he was so badly burned, that he died in about iloan. He was abjut 22 months old. OHIO LEGISLATURE. Tbe Legislature of Ohio co...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. THE UNBELIEVER. BY WILLIAM D. GALLAGHER: ''till round him cling, invisibly, a chain Which galled foreVer; fettering, though unseen. And heavy, thought clank'd not. Child Harold. I riTV the Unbeliever. One who can .,,7nnnn the rrandeur. and glorj'.and beau ty of the natuanl universe, and behold not the i .,.rh nf His finder, who is over, and with, ,.:,1 ahrtve all. From my very heart, do I ,nmmipm(( his condition. The Unbeliever. one whose intellect is sealed to the light of tevelation; who can gaze upon the sun, and noon, and stais, and upon trie uniaamg hi u ; nnorUlihlR skv. seread out so magnificently ,1 nv that all this is the work of ny,r t The heart of such a being is a drea n. IippHpss void. In him. mitid the ,r.i;L- trft of intellect, is debased des-fr-ivn.l-nil isd.irk a fearful and chaotic li u ,;.,iV mvlooa rhr-rrless hopeless! No rleam of light from Heaven, penetrate the Slackness of the horrible delusion; no voice from the Eternal, bids the desponding nea...

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

UNBDIIAWA AMUEIBIKDAW OUR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. cTf. CI. AUKSOX. BROOKYILLE, INDIANA, FRIDAY EVENING, DFXE1JBER 23, 1835. VOL. III. No. 52 PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. r iiMcUUeut of the Senate In the discharge of my official duty, the task a1D . i - ....n mf nf rnmmuntcatinfr with a 'it n ft V01 V tD uwi. o -Coneress. The reflection that the representf the Union has been recently renewed, and ttlOB - ;,,-l i.rm nf its services will exL, 'h my own, heightens the solicitude with A I shall attempt to lay before it the state of the devout hoDe which I "s, that its labors to improve them may be Micned witn suctcoo. O0 UIA narinl nf nrnfiillntl illtprYouare asst-mmc ... - i , . : r. nntri H !. II Tl V 5 111 I W P .1 Ml .1. .nj ..meneritv of our country. havinff riven P .n i,p Krale" of nations which removes all ji ru . , . , .nnrebension ot omg w uu '"B"y "'" wndence from external foes, the career of freedom , ..-M. an earnest from the nast. that, if true to o...

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

, I. avirjgg nient. hp now usefully aanlieJ to nroDosed improve-' ' Connected- with the condition of tLe finances. withholding such execution and I ments in our navy yards .and to new national works, j and the flourishing state of the country in all its i-au r :w demonstrated, that the necessary use u. ourht not to beconsidered as asonensi ve imputation. MihougU this communicate was de without Unction., and entirely on t Minister's own SvsiBilitv. yet it was afterward, made the act .,f this Government by my full approbation fcinai .pprofcatio was officially made known on the 2oth 1:3. totfce trench (wovernment. It, ve VaVV fcave any effect- The law after STfriendiv Sanation,, passed with the obnoxious amennt, supported by the King s Minis- " . --J fiimUv amiroved by the Kin?. The people of the United States are justly attach- , tbnt C 4 to a pacificSsystem of intercourse with foreign ent ta nation. It i proper, theretore, mat u.ey " know whether their wovernmeni u .....-v. v .... !n...

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

. ?t',rn which hall ".vk it. demanded b the tin o: ;eoi oecn, iu iv, obtained !y the f iiiary Ac- 'ni itlWli pro:)' the liiCV p sericc. i INDIANA LEGISLATURE, - " - V .-.- c i on. in?. lie pi i;acm . .... i .. I, r. ftinns. both of principle and of prac- I-e- but I trust these can be improved by Jtjd inspections, and by legislative scrutiny, rfthout destroying the institution itself. Occurrences, to which we as well asallothY,alicns are liable, both in our internal and external relations, point to the necessity of an efficient organization of the militia, lam ainduced, by the importance of the subject, to bring it to your attention. To suppress domestic violence, and to repel foreign invasion should these calamities overtake us, we mast rely i:i the first instance, upon the re.-it?Glv of the community, w hose will lias instituted, and whose power must support, the government. A large standing military force jsBOt consonate to the spiritof our institutions, nor to the feelings of our...

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

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. COXTINVEU. The plan of removing the Aboriginal Feonle who vet'remain within the settled portions ..f th. United States to the country west of the Mississippi river, approaches its consummation. It was adopted on the most mature consideration of the condition of this race, .ind ought to he persisted in with as much viror as a just rcgared to their circumstances will permit, and as fast as their consent can he obtained. All preceding experiments for the improvement of the Indians have failed. It seems now to he an established fact, that they cannot live in contact with a civilized community and piosper. Ages of fruitless endeavors have, at length, brought us to aknow Iced ge the principle of intercommunication with them. The past we cannot recal, but the fu ture we can provide for. Independently of the treaty stipulations into w hich we have entered w ith, the various tribes, for the usufructuary rights thev have ceded to us, no one can doubt the moral dutv of the...

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