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

feA . l !li Jl I ix ) J) (I Try i a . p civs n rj d o us 3 n ess papeh-douoted to pore, oh and domestic mews, raoRfUs, temperäe, edugatjg agriculture, and the best änterbsts or society. xxm BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 18-55. WHOLE NUMBER 1177. I, nrcfesioml' Ofatb. T B. Dim tt !.. PSJTaiCTAS RUM II OKO. UMiit.atlll ftMN,MrHt xaiasad ;4aaaiiraats,tfroiviMa,lad. tab. 7. tt. rrrrT.ioKRRosTpisTirF. ii Orriaa, aa uf mU f tao jm VtlUy Ht, vr ttiii. All wort f - Warraatad. Jaaaarg follMalflil UMXMflM. 4t-yt-tJt I T f trrZl KI1CC22,-J 'JATICE Til PE ACK V Aaj CoaaaaUor al Uw, Brook 14. Omca, d ttory WhII aaw kalldlag tNUtIMOMlNN 43 IBM. U C:77,-ATTOKSBY COÜÜSSL f toK a l" LA. Orraca, Bo. 7. Hallo Tat... L.it a..aa - - f .1 r aia aw a rt aa o ABWOa, tt ri p""zrirr.-ATTOR5IT asd tka UifUti OttVto, Browfctllla, lad. 4-1 3J A t7J7irO, AYTOBSIYdk COOSMILOK X U. Orma, avar rowar' Storo, fenaatttUo, lad. nvLJ J. KLLTT.-ATTOKSKY AT LAW tat 1T4i (tM Ota i a a.oaoJoor anut...

Publication Title: Indiana American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 3 August 1855

A rJBWSPAPEB-COrJTfllfJJrJG ß BR3EP S1MAHV OF THE LATEST P0RSSGIÜ AMD DGMTJC JUQliSGEfJCB. niDIAHA AT.IERICAII. . "- ataaatS CT TO TICTN, TO tllltTT aSB taW. aw r4'i awara aa, aaa no raaa aaaJ-a ." TV A. G00DWIS.v Editor. ' X200XTILLZ, IXDIAXA. miOAT.AlCCST 3, 1835 'TO CrsiXEÜ ItlE.X. Hin Iba anUrramaat of aar papar.our Iren teUM Ineraaaad thai ra bar now, bayon 1 a.aaUoa.u Urtielfu!tion 1 ladtsna. pt, parbapa, t pyar In Indianapolis, and tl la elrsnlatlo la Uia waakblail portion of th "Valo. Haalaa aa vita ! to ad varttM la taa Wall Wawr liy,wlU da wall u rmoi. bt Uli tut. Slull Hasaaa be admitted with a pro- , ShYcry Constitution. . . ' We coufess to. . have somewhat modified our views in reference to this qosstioD. We hold so doajr, the rights of the people, that we are rsluctant to put any unnecessary restriction upon them. We have lieretefore admitted that when a territory aj plies for id misaion, it "domestic institutions." should not bo inquirced into. But farther reflection ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 3 August 1855

A PAPER m THE FAMliV .CiROLE-OEVOTSD TO TUE AMUSEMENT ÄND IMlRMlMl ftV VöliNO AND OLD. THE AUOniCAfJ.. roakcfthaOlüo Valley. The Bank of the Ohio Valley, located at Rash?ille, Ind., .has recent j coanenced Operations Villi a capital limited to 400,000. ' -The Hon J. Helm is President and E. L. Rice Casliier. This is the firt organization tin dr the new Indiana Law. which comteil i derail 'of 110 cents 6 V cent Stat Stocks and real est&ta'pledge of x cenia lor eaen dollar of circulation. thu offering 3135 security for 8 100 issue. D. S. Barnes, Ho 63, Liberty street, is .Agent ia New York. y. Y. Tb abore is a fulfillment of the old da f you want the news of the town goto the country.' Surprised thai sach apiece of information shoald EOt have been imparted to the people of the tkrou'j some of of oar own papejrs, we enquired of the proper aathcritks rtesiisj it, and warn that bo scnritiea have been deposited with the Treasurer of State as rt quired bj tiLaw rtjulatiag' Gene...

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

THE miim FARMBR--DßVO'f BD TO THB TOE ÄHTSRBST OP PABMERS, MBCHAMCS, AND VOnSüfJG MU. valley fact., ai. V 7: ? A TT jt1 rr"- . - -' ' - as Horn about the Cut Worm. We believe it entirely possible to gather such facts ia referecco to the habit and ravages of this pest, as to nearly or quite guard against it. This may not be done ia one year nor in two but it can It done, if those who barf the opportunity, will only furnish us all the facts. We haTe already alluded to the field of the Messrs. McClure. It U bottom land as in clover last yearpastured close cattle and hogs were fattened on it last winter broken up Terr early this spring where the cattle and bogs were fed most, the ravages of the worm were least not bad any place. xexiel Blight's field is good upland cloTer field pastured close cattle and hogs fed on it last winter where fed, the worms were worst. Time of plowing and planting not reported. Joseph Miles of Springfield town ship, good upland 15 acres of clover pastured very...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 August 1855

XfY A fJBVS nnDBÜSJfJESS PAPER-DEVOTED TO PORE J ON ÄMD DOMBSTiC NBWS, MORALS, TfiMPERANCB, EDUCATION, ACR1CUITURE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS 0? SOCIETY. YOL. XXIII-NO. 3d. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1855. WHOLE NUMBER 1178. SKI i! oIXm II 111 r 1 ft r 7 7 Srcfcssicml &ub. Tl. D4YI9, B. Bi- PHysiCIAH Rl'R , UKiii. urf i, i tl rwaMaaea, earner htataaad Jemeelreeit,k)reok villa, tad. Tk2. J. TT. mtT.-UKO UrH l, aua 4un atutli Of Vaila? M , p Taiae. All mtT.-'ÜKOIO.f DK STMT. Ml warrshtad. N charge for elk WW bb4 Vo, 71 ritO:;2.-JUTICEaTm FRACK la. Hfnofc villa, lad. Ovewa. Itlary Witl'l now SnliUlug 'routing the Cnrt Mom 41133. TT KORSOTT, ATTUKSKV COtSSBI.. Aa 4-hai la. Ovrivs, e. 7, Haila'e BaiMing, Brook vtile, led. si O A LT TT At 3, j TToiTji K Y r o u R M.o K I r U, Ovrma, aver Jewere' flora, Lraokvtlle, Ia4. TZZZiJ, CILL.T, ATTDKI I.Y AT UW X. ? Kvatia- U re l a a , ana dwr auta of Ma Valla HaM. drank villa. lad. Will Uaee'kaawle4giaeie af...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 August 1855

ß-,rJBWSPA?ER--CONTAJNJrJÖ rVBRJßP SUMMARY OF THE WEST FOREiGfä AMD DOMESTiG inEUSGENGE; HTDIAITA AIIEIUCA1I. - - i "Uboib ICT TO TCTH, TO l,liTT tW, HO 4V0 SWaTt CI, O HAS H4tL AWI." T. A. CC0DV7E7, Editor. 2Z00KY7LLZ, XXDXAXA. I ltlDlY Al (HT 10. TuuiiMPino. RlaeoUo inUcmnlofor stfmr.otir sirenUUm kuH troaaad thai wajiara no, baynn HUn,Ui lirfM alroulallon la Indiana. a. frfit, pfhp, t j r-apare In Indiapapolia, and II U a.rcuUuoa la to llliltl portion of Uit ft'.ato. Huaiaeta tin wn, w adrartla In Uta Wkiuwmf eaUay , will 4 wall to roni.ro. bar tbi (ael. aMBBaMBHaaBaManaaaaMMMBM 17 ew Albany itud Sandnsk j Bail- . road. . t . We have received tKe first annual report of this road, a few exttacts from which we give below. Tho fact that tho Sandusky and Mad River road, now in rutjnin order, constitutes a considerable ponton of this road, and that the l'iqua . and HawiTillo rond sow under contract another portion, and that some thirty miles of the southern end of the road are also un...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 August 1855

TIE ACTISAHi THE EZ2X0VAL OF GOVEHJIOR REEDER. It can bo scircelr doabted tltrtt President Viorce hai Ion sinco yield ed to the demand of tbo slavery prop n!.ndits. and Droraised to remove Gov. llVeder srlienuTer his removal . should bo n auirti by them. It was owiiijj to this arrangement, no doubt, Uiftt we hre heard from the West that a memorial hits been addressed, by the Miisouri Legislature of Kansas, wtha 'resident, asltia for tne remo Alof Q)v. Reeder, an J almost sinml taaHuat?. from the K.tst, that his successor has been, appointed. Frtjsi dent Pierce, we suppose, wished to avoid, if possible, the odium of endorsing tha infamous outrages perpotrated by the border ruflljns of Missouri; he has. therefore, removed nun before the memorial of this bogas Legiil.tturtJ reached Washington. Hid that got into his hands, investigation would have been necessary, and it iniht have turned out. at List, that Governor Reeder bad onl 7 dona bis duly. It was certainly fur easisr and safer, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 August 1855

TUB VAUEV PARKER-DEVOTED TO THE TRUE UTERES? 0 PßRMERS, MOGHflMiGS, ÄHD WORKING MOB. y ' w ' """1-, DC D Dil (J I lil lT TIU.i:s As tho season is at hand when budding is to bo done, if dono at til, 170 call tho attention of our rcadcrsto tho subject As a general rule, all kinds oi fruilc&n bo propagated by tho bud, great caro being taken that tho bud bo put into atrco of similar kind. In many instances, good union will be obtained be-t-cen a bud and stalk of every diCerent kind, as tho npplo budding on tho paradise stalk, tho pear upon tho qitinco and thorn.All kinds of cherry, wo bclicvo work well on tho small wild red variety. The advantage of budding over grafting, in fruit trees, ro thus stated by Downing in his ''Fruit and Fruit Trees;" Tho advantages ia budding fruit trees compared with grafting, aro 1st, tho great rapidity with which it is done, a skilful buddcr, rith a clever boy following him to tia tho buds, being able to work frca a thousand to twolvo hundred ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 August 1855

3p f!! pip J) IBIj'rtll f I ' . 11 . I , T I. i 1 I f I I I ft fJEVS AFJD BÜS3NESS PAPER DEVOTED TO PÖRBSGN ÄND DOMESTiC fJEWS, IMORftlS, TEMPERfiNCB, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, AND THB BEST JNTBRESTS GF SOCiETV. VOL. XXIII-IO. 35. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1855. WHOLE NUMBER 1179. ? rtftsstotral Cforis. T .4TM.1L0..-MTMCIA5 A BUR tit OKOt. wrrtt a. atble rli)nc, (riir e Ualaaad Jaseetireeia,eroobvllle,lad. nx x.v.rniT1-,"?lt' dbmtist. Valley 'J orrtre, aaa tiuor e-eia ai wa . a. . ill; HMiiirTtiii. All work! - arraated. "oaharfe fbreiamla-jTj rT-r -r tea er a4 viae, ei-ly U warranted BUea niGS22,-JL'TICt enuP KACE V an Atfetraey k Coaaeellar at law, Brook villa, lad. OffMi, Idar- Wn'.'l sew bolldlof froeUa the Co art Uoaee 43 laiJ. TT C520T7, ATTOKSIY COU5LW, Lo AI LAW. Orrica, Ho. 7, Haila'e BatUtlac.Krookrlile, lad. Si 43 AtT. TT A TTO a 5 E V A CO Ü .1 S K t aT Law. Orrica ovar Powara' LI.OK tore. a root etna, iaa. LTCXIJ J. KXLLT,-ATTUK!IKXT LAW i tu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 August 1855

A HBiySPfiPOR COHTfiinaWO ft BRIEF SUMMARY OF TUB WEST PORB36N AND DGMEST3G INBiyGBNCIi. Htcre 311 tnt ion. I2TDIAI7A AIIEIUCAIT ia of our Lrlß" b7 spreading di.- The Connersville Telegraph. z .--r-r may ana ucsiruciion an over mo ianui lutpmniai ior us to exposo me - ! 1 . J a . .1. . . I . .".1.1. van w hob 07 opening uitj ... mnnnniwRu; puiucuiiri unc jc-The California election will pi uns of Kama to ihe foul blot of whom wo have had occaMo to love and... . . ,n , - f h,nl,mW laUvorvf Ttioi art evils "lhat are In. hfr.nti. When Mr. Swifcrett wpnl In I J " I es -1 f-a-n...!.. ...... i.t- j: v 1 A ..l:...,.. I r :n ..... .i i I v ihm uni utunicu iium m iHiiin r nil r iipi i m i n muu uciiiui kiijiIiil: i iiiiiuiriiiiiiu lii l. h i i. m iimiiit. wm ii hi i - our neonle ." and we reioico to Lear all wo could to heb htm to subscribers ' uroPearl ono so prominent at Dr. Daily, en- and publio favor. We expected to -tfThero have been twenty-ono couraHog tho young heron whom he lose afew ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 August 1855

paper for m pamiiy mmmwm--n nm amusement and mmumn w-mm and :3io. m nr::aicAn. Th Louisville Eioti. The amount of damage done, and blood shed, at the election riotilaU week, is another confirmation of the wisdom of the coarse pursued bjr Ncal Dow and the.Mayorof Chicago, in the Chicago riot. These mon acted promptly and boldly, and the rioters fled. But time-serring and timid Majors, who are afraid to shoot into a mob, en courage its out-break and ought to be held responsible for all damages that acrue from such neglect. It is no unworthy inquiry, who is responsible for these election riots. They are conflicts between the American and foreign Toters, but who'are to blame? We submit tho following his tory of the Louisville riot, from the Cincinnati Enquirer of the 8th. Let erery American read it, and he may see who began in each caso. Vet it is passing strange that the Enquirer, and similar prints are laying all the blame on the Americans. , According to their cachings, Americans aro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 August 1855

THE VAUBY FARMER-DEVOTED TO TUE TRUE iNTBRBST OF FARMERS, 'MBCHAmCS, AMD WORKIHG MU. viLEVFnr.:3ii i , pnCTED TI1XAT. There is no little excitement throughout this and tho adjoining States about tho damages dono by the rain to tho harvested and unharvesled crops of grain and hay. It is not at all surprising that every farmer should measure hi3 own and his neighbor's crops in the same half-bushel, and whenever the spouts have appeared, not only think himself totally ruined but aho belicvp. famine to be inevitable. Let us look at tho prospect fairly. There is no disputing the the fact that in all the wheat region north of lat 41 degrees the wheat, cither cut or uncut, is badly sprouted. How great the damage is it is difficulty to determine many farmers have no precedent to judge by, not having had such a season for years. Indeed wo remember only one it was in the year 1836, though the worst of tho wet weather came sexnewhat later. That year the wheat was mostly cut, and in shocks in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 August 1855

t ii e A EWS AND-BUSINESS PAPER-DEVOTD TO ME3ÜN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MORALS, TEMPERANCE, EDUGAT30N, ACR3CUITURE, AND TUE S EST JNTERESTS OP S0C3ETV. VOL. XXIII-NO. M. BROOETILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2d, 1855. WHOLE NUMBER 1180. " -- i .ainHaBBMHasHMnaBaaaaHBMaBBBBanHVaaaBaBaaaaBBMBaaaaaBaBeaaaaa vofastonal öutrbs. T 1. DAVIS, K. D .-PilVsirtA.t A huh I i i Kt) . tirrn . i S1 raalitenee, corner o Mala at Ja - t.Ui-ooS rMI, I od. kR. J. W. KISlT.-U' no.-f DKNTItT. lha . I wr Ls Vail urru. ou door ioui.i ins arraatac. Sa Sarg "or Kia a 00 raune. rrraui riLooaB.-J cstick o pk ac k J mI A.t.ir at I'oaaaeltor at law, Hrnnk II, 1 1-.1 . Ort. , Sddory WmI'i now building fioiit'in. tha Conn lloat 41 tMI. J7. r K0HR0W, aTTOKSKV A COUSsSt.- ' . Ulli AI 1.1. (.... N a ll.llt. tl..l..i U L.IK . : . Itui'i A' iiui-wing, Brummie, ina. m 4.1 LT. WARD, ATTOWSKV A rOU.Us K i.l.OK L AI' LA t. ova MnM.f.l ll.i.a Krooi, ld. nOSCS J, KELLCT.-ATTUK.1K1T AT I.SW 4i iii Vau, ü r i j , on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 August 1855

A fJBWSPAPBR--G0rJTAJNiN6 A BRSEP SUMftlARY OF TOE iCTBST PGRBiGN AND DGMBSVIG JfJElMGBNCE. H7EIAIIA AUEltlCAIT. rlii BOT TO TaCTH, TO UlaTt 4 It. 4VOt IW4T CI, 4 O M41 HULL aWi." T. A. O00DT7HT, Editor. KOorniiE, htdiajta. rmo4Y AtuisT at, ma. TO Dt'SIKCS TfE.t. toae Uu Uffmef our paper, our elrea laUoa aaeeo lncraaJ that wa havo now. beyon 1 jaeetlo). the larreat circulation la Indiana. ept, prhapa,,lwo paper In tmlianapolia, and U la eireutaUo la Ute wealth leal portion of the !UM. Huaineae Man who waul to advertlee In Ik Wklte Water valley, will dowlllo reinem, ber tan t. 77 JAXrJ XgTTCTTST.T.'l ADDXISS TO TZ3 TZTTZSTaKT CLIE3Y ON EIOW kotssxoii:. Tbl good brother is a member of tbo South Eastern Indiana Conference and hat been for terernl years in the employ of tho stste, and of the Colonintion Society, in promoting tho end of Colonization. No is a rcry conscientious brother, and all the better for that, though wo havo known his excess! sensitiveness get him Into nany a ludicro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 August 1855

A PAPER POR m PAIfl&Y G3HCLE DEVOTED TO THE fifWUSEMEKT ÄND HHSTRUGT3ÖD OP VÖDNG.AND OLD. tie ir.:aiiGflrj l The Causa of Riots. We alluded last week to tho nnaccountable fact that in all tho riots that Bare recently occurred between the foreigners and Americans, the old line press sees nothing to condemn in the coarse of the foreigneis. Our readers aru too well posted ia the facts to need telling that in some of them as in the Louisrille riots, the foreigners wero the a'rjrressors as well as the chief sufTerers. In some as ia the Cincinnati riots, the natives were chiefly to bla:ue, yet in every case the old line papers wholly exculpate the foreigners. Of course the effect of this is to encourage these, to renew the attack whenever occasion offers, as they expect to be backed by the Government in any cruelty or bloodshed they may perpetrate, for the papers that thus uphold and encourago them "are regarded as the organt of the party in power, and mouthpiece of the Presid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 August 1855

THB VAUfiV PARMER DEVOTED n HE TRUE JN'fEREST OP PARSERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN, UALLEY FM31 ZIoro about Cutworms. Bloominorovs, Aug. 11, '5. Ma. Goodwix: I ice in your last number of the American, a picco respecting' the ravagca od destruction of cutworm in clover aod. I will gire'myciperience in this matter.This lst spring I had eight acres to plant in corn. I waited till the 15th of May, beforo I broko it up then broke ii deep and planted without harrowing or rolling. Tho dorcr was about ft foot high, when it was turned under. I do not think the worms destroyed 50 hills m tho eight ac.-ci. I Iuto noticed for tercral years thai clover aod broke and planted ill Atld about tho 20th of May, is euro to escape the worms; but it should not bo pastured in the Spring, for I think that the worms live in the clover that is turned under, until the corn gets out of their reach. There is one thing that I do know: that Is, that to let your clorcr grow till nbout the 15th or 20th of May, an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 31 August 1855

4 i9r ifCr pCfnr A fJBWS AHD SUS3NESS PAPER-DEVOTED TO MEJSI, A HD DOIV3EST3G KEWS-i MORALS, 'fEMPBRAWGE, EDM'OTJ, AGRICULTURE, AMD 'THE-BEST ifiTERBSTS OP S0C3ETV. vol. xxni-wo. 37. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1855, WHOLE NUMBER 1131. ? professional (forts. yT B. DAVIS, at. D., PHYSICIAN A 8ÜR tKU X . Orr . at hi resldnnea, eorner ala aad Ja me streets. Brook villa, I od. nsT j xr'mtr,-v nr. eox destist. JJ OrriCI, One door SOU 111 Of th r mi i Valley House, er Tsias. All work .v urnoud. So charge foreismlu-'j7 v-,--alio radele. UJLXJ -4 4 A4ray oc Coaaewllor at law, Hrnnk Till, lad. Orrira. 9dlory West's new building froailagth Court Uous 43133. T7 EOXSOW, ATTOK.tKY A COUNSKLWs UH AI 'LAW. Orrict, So. 7, Hall' Builuiag, Brook villa, lad. 3143 A17.7AE3, ATT0R5EYrOÜ?ISKr.l.0K JX AT Law. Orrita, over Powtn' Store, brnokvttle, lad. C:i3 J, LtIT.-ATTüKXKY ATHW orT rUBtic. Of rift a, on door aouUlor ibe Valley Ham, Hrankvllle. Ind. Will I . ackoowledgmeui of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 31 August 1855

fi fJBWSPAPeRGörJTß8m6 h DOT SUMMARY OF T8JE WEST PORBiGN AND DOMESTIC iHSlUGBfJCB. HTDIA1TA AHEMCA1T. r'f-3Vvv "t . 3 ntl ICT TO UCTH.TO USISTT tAW, no r.o swats c, o T. A. GOODTHtf, Editor. ssoorrnxz, nruixsx. ; I UIDlY,ACCtST31f 1133. TO BUI1P1 JIK1. Sloe lb ftminl of our pspsr.our clreolatlon kuM larrMMil that wa Sara now. bayool eaaatlnn the Ura-Mtetraalatlan la Indiana, axapt, par ha pa, two pa para la lnliaoafolia, and II Is a circulation la Iba weslialeil portion of lbs 3UU. Haaiaaaa man who aal to adrartlaa In Uia Whit Walar rallaj, will do well to ramam. war this (act. Uor Eqnatter Sovereignty. We copy the following from the St. Louis Christian Advocate, as another illustration of squatter sovereignty. This occurred ia Kansas, as constituted ajneo the annexation of the western counties of Missouri. The Mr. Wiby alluded to, was in Indianapolis last week, and gave to large audience, the account of his expulsion, in substance as given below. We hive no idea that any amount of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 31 August 1855

fl. PAPER ..FOR :TO .PßMJlV C3RCLE D8VÖTBD TO THE fiMÜSfiMEHT ßNDWRUGTJÖN OP VÖÖW6 ßWD.ÖlD. Tis nraoAn. HIGHty I! IFQRTA&' T FRCLI 1HL III. Detail of tho Rittlo of Saltillo Tho Plaza taken by the Rev olutionUU, after two days hard fighling-Tw(tIiirtlii of SantaAnna's forces put horsdo com tat Capture by tho Revolu tionists of 00,000 in specie, nud a quantity of stores and munitions of Wnr -Gen. Vidaurri advancing upon Matnmoras with alirgn Federalist forco Critical Position of Gen. Woll, &c, ... , .. BaowjuvrtLie. TtxM, Au. 18. We have hl highly excitim? and. important events ainco my Ut, of which the following fs a hurried mmmsry: O'ri tho 22d and 23 1 ull., severe tattltj was fought at tJ.iltillo, between 1st Federal fore. a, under Gar. Vi dturri, and tho tyrant's minion undr General Guitmn and Cruz, who, with over twelve hundred men and four ocar j pieces oi artillery, in commanding position, occupied tho cnnital of Conhullia. The action lasted until tho 2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 31 August 1855

THE-VÄUEY FARMER DEVOTED TO THE TRBE 3NTEREST" OF FÄRflSERS, MBCUANsCS, ftfäD WORKING MEN. VALLEY FÜir3li 1 ' ' v A. eSL fr f i . BOBROTTIXG TOOL3. We promised some two mouths ago to give our readers a lecture on this subject, and we now attempt to fulfill our promise partially, not being able to devote as much time to the subject as we desire. In some neighborhoods the practice of borrowing is carried on to such an extent that it is an absolute nuisance, an evil that cannot be tolerated. Now, if the borrower would return the articles borrowed when he has done usbff them, or at the time he - '. - - agrees to, and in as good order as he received them, tne case wonld be very different; but the experience of many persons will bear testimony that in three cases out of four, as a general rule, they have had to send for the articles, or implements lent, and have generally found them left, out, exposed to the dews and rain, and if the things lent were heavy farming implements, consequently...

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