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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 7 September 1855

flry Vi lw hi w Jli i p )l i 'j fis ml f i ß i JlX fl f ili (M h NEWS AND BUSINESS ' PAPER DEVOTED TO q)RBJC MID DOMES? NEWS3i MORrVbS, TEMPERÄNCE, EDUGÄ'fäöri, ftCRJüöWllRB, AND ?5)E BEST 3HTER0STS.-QP SQE1ETV. YOL. XXm-NO. 38. BliOOKYILLE, FliANKLIN COMTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 7 1850, WHOLE NUMBER 1182. J -v.- .Irofcssioiul (Carbs. , TB DAVIS. M. D., riirsiciA! m; K . (i K s . a, at Sl r!JBc, tulnet o Main a ad Jamna tirt,Hrooktllttliil. a. J. W. KEZLY..8UKfiKO.f DKJUTsT. VIIT IU.cr tu. All work warranted . .Nochark-" foraamln-,rr,,c'"ia alios oradk'a. l-iy -UJJLr CTaus kilooszT J tsT 1 K - K c K od Attorney , t'oanaollor al law, liro'ik Villa, liul. Orr t, 3d lory Weil's new b ill.Unjf fronting lha Conn lloma 41 lrjJ. WMOaaOW, ATTOKSKY t'OL'.VHia- , WH AI LAW. Orrm, .No. 7, llallg'i liail.lin,, UrooTltlo, Iol. SI li ALT. WARD, ATTOR5ET 4c rou.SKM.OK W L.vtv. Orrna, over Powr ätnu, brookTilta, lad. HO 3 ES J. K ELLEY.-ArroKSK iTÄrhi w 4Mb i 1'im.ic ()riri,onlwr tnaf Iii Val...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 7 September 1855

aEWSPa'PER-GorrfßJiriß a. brief sömbv w mm vmmm and domestic umimmm. HTDiAiiA AinnncAiT. r J " tT T TSÜTW, f IIIISTY T. A. GOODlrnr, Editor. isoormu:, ineiaxa. rniDAY.KEiTX.vifit:u t ma. TO llL'9lsr..VI 7V.i. Klnea laa anlarfamaat of our p por. our Hreuliilio baa so IncrukC'il that wa aar saw, baton 1 SjieUIon, ttis lrrclruUUrn I Iullan, pt, pThapi, lo papar la Imlianipoti, snd II I a circulation tain wvaUalaat portion of lb ul. Bwm mm Ho ikl U advartlaa la Uia Wbita Water lly,will dowalllo ramara. lt this Jkcl. A Qaeral Wanted. One of tlia greatest wants of the Allied army is a Commander-in-Chief whose one mind can control the whole affair. Speaking upon the subject the N. Y. Timet, says: "There U no commander, with fame sufficiently established and extended, to attract the confidence of his composite army. Pelissier has only an Algerine reputation. nd 's no poljot. At best he "uvt:i ntS" pcniTToa'ai interim. Omar Pacha is remoTed to Asia. There is no man there to assume the chieft...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 7 September 1855

A PAPER '-PGR THE f mvj cmciMWiTo n miiwmt Mm mmnnm w mm im old. Cow Squatter Sovereigns do.' " re .... ....... r . . . ' ' iDquauer oweretyniy Dtinj som thin new, wc are anxious to keep our reader posted as to its workings Our doctrir.3 U "Pretty is, who pretty Uoe. and we are ready to go for this new doctrine, if it works well. Below is one of many instances of its opera uons, and wo coafoss it doa not very troaIy incline us to embrace it. W copy the account from the Missouri Democrat. .tor say: , la introJacin,' it the c J "We give a largo spico in our col urans ihii morning to the communi cations from our Kaasas correspondent and an interesting document from Mr, Pardee Butler, a peaceable citizen who his boen driren from Kansas by the Atchison Know Nothings. This document gives a most painful picture of ihe utter imbecility ot thoconstita ted authorities of that unfortunate Territory, and. the insecurity of the lives and property of such persons as do not succumb ti the terrible...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 7 September 1855

TO VAliiiY PfiKRlilR-SVi) VED .TO pal E THÜE INTEREST OF FARMERS, ßlEGSlßHJCSj' ÄND VQRHUrJC MEfJ. Ar L lY Cam 'and Cb .mil. Zfffr rom (. II. Dadl, Veterinary Surgeon, Massachusetts, to Chas. Letts, Corresponding Editor of Michigan Farmer. For tho purposo of testing by actual trial, tho valuo of corn and cob meal, after removing upon our farm wo supply at once. Commenced with a full feeding tho first of January last, and coutimiEd two months, giving to horses and cattle After a months feeding, febrilo symptoms wero occasionally observed it; one of tho horses, such as short and quick breathing, full pulse, inllamcd feet, frtiguc from light exertion, and sweating at the breast. At tho end of two months, near ly, these symptoms were greatly aggravated; tho appctito failed end tho animal lost flesh. Though well satisfied as to tho ir itnting cause, a noto was dis patched, containing a short account of things, to our very obliging friend, Dr. Dadd, of Boston, requesting his opinion on th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 14 September 1855

I1TDIAITA AIIE?JCAI7. 3 "LBOat BOT TO T10TW, TO UBtaTT AM LAW, BO VO WV C, AHB MO PIA A ALL T. A, GC0DWH7, Editor, riKiDAYtsr.iTi:.niii:it it. ism. Muco thd enlarjimnt of our parr,our elrcuUlion ku Inernaaed thai we ha now. beyon t 5uUo, ih tarcevt circulation la Indiana. Tepl, porhaps.txo fpr tu luUiauapolia, aad II l a circulation In lh wealth lirt portion r the Mal. Hu av-rv wk wnl I oUrwrti tM H"j Wbl W.Vur ti:.?, itl dnwellto roinein. ber thi sci. . : i --" - - - The Commissionership Although' the office of Commissioner h one of bat little importance to the incumbent, it b one of tho most important offices to tho people, that they h&TO to fill. ' No officer is n absolutely irresponsible, as tho Commissioner, and no one should be trusted with the business of the county, but one of known, integrity. Wo have no intention now to arraign the present board, yet there are tomo things that ought to be known. Mr. Iaurotc, tho senior member, alter the election, is a man of un...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 14 September 1855

a paper vm m 'Mimvi mm-wwm n -n& mm&mm und mmumww mm mm. the Ar::niGAn i Hore About Sqnttter Sovereignty. W publihtj Lit week ,Mr. I'ut ler's account of the matrnent hoi roceireJ from the squatter assassins of Atch'son. Tlie follow. nj from Siring fellow'g paper shows that ho gave i correct Ulement of lha facts.. It will be seen that the rioters claim to justify themselves on the ground tint the Enquirer says U suflcient to justify nobs. Let freemen read and then let them ar themselves whether they will support n Administration that tolerates such outrages: Great Excitement in Atchison An Abolition-Preacher Snipped on two Logs and Sent Adrift. : On Thursd.tr .eveninj .last, one Pardee Batter arrived in town with a view of starting for the East prolalhj for the purpose of roporting a frthh supply of Free Soilers from the penitruliArUts cul pat hole n( thw North era States. Finding it inconvenient to depart before-morning, he took lodging at the hotel, and proc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 14 September 1855

THE VAUSV PARMER DEVOTED YO THE TRUE INTEREST OP FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN. I V iMti Ki uvnu rnt.iT. Wo nro glad to sco that year by year t ho old practice of male ing largo quantities of preserves m every family, is declining, p.nu sweetmeats aro giving placo to a moro simple, healthful nnd deli cious article, namely, fresh fruit preserved in its natural state, hy perfectly oxclnding tho uir. Wo will briefly doscribc the method of putting up fruits in this manner, as given by manufacturers: First, select Rood fresh fruits or vegetables. Stalo nod fermented articles can never bo preserved. Vegetables decomposing very quick, such ns green corn, peas, and asparagus, should to preserved within six hours after being picked, particularly in hot weather. IJerries always within twenty-four hours. Pcaclics, quinces, pears, apples, should bo peeled, and the seeds removed before preEcrvinfr. Vegetables should bo partially cooked first Such as corn, peas and tomatoes, should bo boile...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 21 September 1855

J40 ) )) Bf jir I ill m y I M ff : ( M'U II , ft HEWS MJD BUSINESS PAPER-DEVOTED TO PORBSGN AMD DOMESTIC NEWS, MORALS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, ACR3CUIT13RE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OP S0G3BTV. VOL. XXIII-- NO. 40. BROOIVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 18-55. WHOLE NUMBER 1181 n ) I i V rcfcssianal . Carts. Tl THYIS, Ä. D.,-PUYICU3 SUR tiW(. urr e. at kit reldaaee. far Ateia aad Jemee tree ta.U reo Vitt, lad. TV. J. 17. KStT.-"üKCRO.t destmt. Valla- Hnaaa, Ti. All aurfc I V Varraeled. So harre tbreiantlo- iTrrrrr aUo er advice. . ' - . . . -aa. j i i I r I'll Crxvt KiLooar, Juri( TPKAcfc 4 A mm i tintIUr at la. Mmol viile, Ind. Own, tl Hry Weit' new bmi.iing freetlng the Coart lloie , 41 HiJ. 17, MOSSOW, ATTOKSKY k f'OUI-at.. r i a n n u. vr?ri a, nu l. nmit tdieg. M rook Vltle. fad. Si 43 AIT. WARD, ATTORRKT roo?rKM. AT t.A. Orrus, over Ccwtn' Sb OK tnro. Br.Hilvtlla, HJ. TTOIM J. rSLLET. ATroHültf" T LAW AiJL "nu UrririiMtJnnr fxuK of the VtlUf Hijuaa, Rrmiktttl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 21 September 1855

A.fJBWSPAPER--CÖNTß3rjiNC A CHIEF SUMMARY OP THB LATEST POHESGH AHD5DOMBSTiC!f:3!iliOEfJCB. I1IDIA1TA AIIEIUCAIT. MfllHI BOT TO TBCTW, TO UIIITt AR lW, BO 08 BWTB C, AI riA BALI. 11." T. A. GOODTOf, Editor". Bsoormi.r, udiiii i itiDiY,scrn:TiuLU2i, isjj. to DCintss jiejt. Since th enlargement of oar paper.oar circa lalion bat Inereaaed thai we have now. beyool Dvrtlni, im terrM alf-mlaU! 1 India, eeepl, perhape, two pepere In Indlanapolla, and II W a eireulauon Istha weelthtee poritoa of the BaalnM mn who waul toadvertlea la lb Wbl La Water valley, will do vail I re mem. The. Clerkship Penonal. Having been repeatedly asked if we arc r enoug a" candidate for dcrV, ttc taW this occasion to answer, i that that depend on circumstances. That we don'l vram the office is a clear case, but our motto in this re spect is 1hb good old Jack.sont-.rj motto, neither to seek nor decline. A true republican should always be rea dy to do whatever his. fellow men call upon him to do, if he can. He oug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 21 September 1855

fl.;PAEBO0R.-TlE rAiflllViC3RCLB-.-DliV0,i1IlD TO Villi AMUS&MBriT. AND anSTßtlCTIDiS,-CP .VQ13NG ÄWD--01D. Till AQCSANi ' INTERESTING ADDRESS. Tbo fjllowlnj ".JJress from lion K. M. ChttubtrUm to tli J)cmocr.tfc of Indiana, ( ono of ifio Lost political articles of th season. Mr. C. was a Democratic member of Cnv;ri from tho (iylicn Ditrirl, nnl wa dc.Vi.tril last jear in attempting tu JcfcnJ tho Nebraska Pill. 5 To the Democracy of Indiana. I IX obtvo recently, in mal Dam ocratio jptr, a cull for another Darnoermio Mm Convention o b hlJ nt InJiaivipoli, Annual SOih. 1835. Th;r Contention,- however, it not called by tho self constituted "Democratta Aasoeiation" vhich called tht vt th Ü'M of, February hit, but it U alleged that "thi call of the I't'optd is mrdey by lb 1'dopU.V . . I pereeite, I'owcttr, that In ono resnoot, iu feature coin. Je with that of tlia lid of February. ltd announced that minent publto men from several state will b piost-nt. - National men wilt pk ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 21 September 1855

THE VßUBY FARMER-DEVOTED TO TI3E TRUE iWTSREST OF PÄRMBRS, IflRCHfiWSCSAfJOAyORKWJO ÜBfJ. VALLEY FAnr.lER, t oct or dpbt-h nF.irr ruo We do not counsel farmers to ma in debt. But it should bo understood that one may bo out of debt, andyct doing badly; and that another may bo ia debt, and yet doing well. Tho lamest point in New Kngland farming, is the iclactanco of farmers to the employment of capital in their busi ness, letter bo ixx debt than not havo money to improve the farm with. Let us illustrate. Ten years ago A. and 13. bo't each of them a farm containing about a hundred acres, each having a littlo good land and considerable that wa3 capable of being made good, but moro that must always bo poor. Tho buildings in each caso were too old to think of occupying long. Both gave ! the samo price; paid down, and had a few hundred dollars to purchase stock and commenco operations. A. has hired no help could'nt afford it He ha3 been diligent with his own hands; has put up a great many ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 28 September 1855

1. " 1 JEWS filiD BUSINESS PAPER-DEVOTED TO POREiCN AKD DOMESTIC HEWS, MORALS, TEBlPERftHGO, BDUCAT iOHy fißRIGÜlf URB, AND TI1E BEST äHTERESTS OF SCC12TV. SI I BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 18-55. VOL. XXIII-NO. 41. MOLE NUMBER 1185. H ?; ' i ml ii i l i i i i i "v. tain x in I r M roftssicml Carts. T Ä . TJ4TTS. K. D. PHVStCIA m HUH I, liK oi. urut,tikt rui orMr litis aad Jameettreeit, Brook nie, lo1. PTXTTS riLOOKK, JUsTir.iCeeTne PRACK V ! Att.ri 44 I In Mit nr at law Brook tll, lad. Crrtrs, tdtlory WcU'i sew building froutlag th Court House 43113. YT KORSOW, ATTOKSKY A COUKHltL- . Lo ii AI LAW. Orrici, Ko.7, Halle's Building, Brook rtile, lad. , tl43 fi Ur.TASO. ATTOR!ErVor5fEI.I.OU I AT La. Orrics, over Power' Store, brook Ute, lad. rTOSXS I. KXLLZT, ATTOKSKY AT tat ttii KriLM O I r , on a door titi of u Vslley Hottaa, Brook vl'ls. Ind. Will taMtMiwlfiauu t Uwada. take eud eerU' Oepeltona, ABdavlu Ai. mnoHAi I. wmrr-oTAY fcbmc, JL la., w u take de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 28 September 1855

A,-rjfiWSPftPER-cormfiG amv summary op the west fgrbjcn and domestic insiycEncE. HTDIAITA AI.IE' .o.. .Li, S' USIM.S CT T TSOTW, TO tiasBTV tW, a te twtti rt, 410 no ri.l iati ." . - .t. jlgqovyci, niur. : SHOOmXLE. IXDIAJTA. ruiDAY.sciTi:.mii:u:24 ism. to utsisr.ss ?ivx. . . tha tnUittiiKiil of oar papar.oar clrcalaUnn haaa larraal thai ha M, bayoat 1l0.llin, tha Urjotl circulation la laJiana, . Sa-pt, puHsr,to paper fl Imlianspoiis, snd it I a ctrcuuuo 1 tha waaUliU.l portion of th .ata. Huainaaa av-i wt want to advartla In ttia Whit Witr Vaü7, llt 4IM ramam. bar Uu feci. . t - . Coateapt cf Court The Habeas Corp:u. ' ' A' recent decision of Judge Niblack, of the Eanv.l!c Circuit, remind us that the tyranny, now exercised in Pennsylvania is nearer our own door than wo eTer supected. Judge IgloLeirt, of tho 'Common Pica Court, committed tho ..County Clerk and ft liquor seller, for contempt of court, in refuMn to be sworn, on cerUin liquor case, then pending before his Court. Applic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 28 September 1855

m s THE TL2AiJ F1ILIEUSTLH3. Importast froza Eorthen, Hexico rr-i t: tie ill Ististermj Tlaas - LL&ir Frustration Ereak-up of r-uin Henrys vclmteers. A correspondent writing" from ' San Antonio, lrxia oa me rjtn im., give nssome interesua and important :. in teliiene. from Mexico." : II. says 'lo my Iiat letter I told you tbal Ford, editor of 'the Austin Times, waa th leader of the fillibuterinex peditloo to Hexico,- Some time since a Colonel Laagberg anired Lere from New Orleans. .He ujful .to, be Inspector General of the Northern Uexieart Provinces, and is said to hare been banished' bj . Santa Anna. I donot exaetly know :hy he came here, but I know that Ford, Crane, (of the GHiaJ True American,)" and other fillibuster leaders- endeavored to secure him for a military chief, as the Colonel had been in .the Danish, and for txpwards of twenty years, in the Mexican service. , He is also very popaJar in the Northern Provinces of ildxico. I do nut know what promise were made...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 28 September 1855

m vauiiv farmer-devoted -tö the- true ihvbrost of farmers, mmmts'yMti vmmm mi f wmr V Hipcrtef Dr. Haynond, mde ut the Ctenber aeetinj, of tho Franklin CcTiaty Agricultural Eociey. Dr. It,' Ilaymond, from tho committee appointed for tho purpose, submitted tho following report on tho snbjcct of Bots. lis.' President: Tho committee to which was referred tho subject of Bots ia Horses havo no to REPORT: directed That tho wenn known as tho Bot. ty which infests the stomach of the horse, are produced from tho eggs ft-T nprip nf ßntl flv. onn of T7hich,tndth3 most common, is tha CEj-ntra ecci of Naturalists, I a Thii Qvlavs its czzs mostlv unon 10 the le of the horse, and near- . - . i -alTi lv alravs in reach of his mouth aSalQ "ora tn0 manner in which J- J . Mil lii l i i and upon thoso parts ho is in the Mbit of lickin and bitin - - - - - r f t Theso cgs in a few days aro ready tohatch upon tho application of heat and moisture. If bittn rrli"T'rd nflfbv tho hnrsn nt it. i tt i? i-i I wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 5 October 1855

) 7--4 r ;. 1 I ,4. -. . e r riJ2sARD;ppE'PfiPoa-Ä ahdTHb best : i UTänscTs- p?;cc ssaw. '. :-. ; TOL.XXni-N0.ii2. V. r- : BROOKVttLE, FlUKKLM C0ÜITY, IKDIAM, FBIDAY, OCTOBER 51 1855. OTOLE NUMBER U0Ö: r r .... V'- -1 M.J , .... V . t ..- 1 T B. It. & SDR t 6KvM. wrui, ti kli rsldnt orar kla tad Jmei tlrt, Brooki III, lad. TV3. j. X7t crrtT. kvkckox DisTisx. JJ Orrica, ooa iwr oath it , w tlUy Hu, tf Titit. Aworfc( i warrntl. o brr lor mnmti-' t , , auar4ri. . . iiXXr pn3 ElLC3"r,-JtsTI(;B or thTpeXcB V Au.ftw Ji Caatil!tr at It, Brook UT :i7 , ATTOKSKY & COCS , Urf AI L4r. üria, Äo.7, H COl'.NSHL. a 143 A tr.TTir"?, atto r 5 ky ro u?r k h.ok . - T Uw . Or rut, ar Fowar' lura, Till, lid. L:n t, crturr, ATToR.iKY at law k A-rat r-oakw Orric a, oncd'xtr J U ValUy H , Brook III. I a J. Will Uk uknM(iati4 f D1, uka au4 rrpCOnil J. WMTR-SOTAUT PUBLIC, L Ucaaiia ruf iu 4tMWmf aad akaolaMBU, and atten4 to atarlai ataaaa (aaarai.y. II AKHICQN PI RECTORY" T ' rr. DKAL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 5 October 1855

A .rOTSPAPBR-COnTAMifJO A t'MV. SUMMARY OF THE IATEST PORBSGN AND' DOMES' .J HTDIA1TA AIHl JIT.! T T TDtTIi T um lw it r, i 114 riti ism ab. HO flTSt w T. A. G00DT7nr, Editor. 2SOOXYXLLZ, ETDLaJTJL. TO IS CS I ESS FI F.. Sine ths nUrremntof oar pspsr.our elreslatta & tmr Ui4 w S nwt kJ0mA gitUao, lb a Urgel ereultion Is Indiana, Xpt, pmhatMi, t Nfi tu lnllaaaolia, n4 II I circulmiioo In Iii wmIüumI portion ( lh SUU. ! B4in61l Ben wDawSül iaTfrtl In tb vk kiu wic-t aj, w Jldo well (a remember tni tecl.. - ' ':,' ,Tryiai t tack Out.' ' Finding that Sptalkr.. Soterttynty worksjastaa the Republicans said, ia thc"canvss last fall, St would work, tha advocate of it are trying to bach out, from ita fruits. - , Every maa who is posted knows that lha peculiarities of the Kansas Nebraska bill were introduced expressly to .permit slavery to gn i a to that territory, ami every act of tho administration has been ia keeping With this design. But fading the people repudiating the party...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 5 October 1855

n. 2CT:ra ?:ic -,?raiv . .circis-devoted to tiw amusement-. ahd snsTnucTion of voons ahd old. 1 J Eirv1Tr Irf-Ttaat Frcn Eirc?e ASrtlYALOF.TIIE AUB;iICAcA!lDVASmKC' lux. UDVAZTOrOL TAlCEiY! Mv.vawlv. ciaugiiteiv.. TIZir. T TJ1Q USA VZJ AIE.YKJJLI T" 'tTtfwi.'JWawM wp hy the zsians. z ...... 5 Ks Yc; pt: 27. 1 2:30 1. Mi "Tta steamer America .arrived" at Ili'.lfii tA It o'cioci, icor'mg, ; arrived c ? aa Jv Ileok, at IZ'plook, ix; ;, - : .' .V,V. Thr Colünt, itcarr .Pacific, rrrivsJ oal at noon en Iii ICttw " - 3 c'Jy cf Stsstopl fall, -a the CtVinit., after a bonvbr-rdacr.t -of three dar, and six re pulse of the Frtr.;h t:.orc the MaJakoCT and " one rephrcf the English beforo the fledas.' Tha'tliijhtcf wii ; terrific. 2,000 t-Wind 14,000 ' French? were 4. n.r 1 lani lost aloat the ' s'amö Butler; m alfni the total killed opWi. Jj If 30,000. " ' " The Russians eracnated the. ' town lira Fmcix General .rere,. kUJcd( bu!ii;oj'rjoqact. $ ,t ,..'4'. A 1- Allied force wat, marching U t. 3...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 5 October 1855

tub v'AUBY parmer-dbvotbd vo OT-müß' jfjTERBST op pahms, ßißciifircs'nntiVÄirio.taßn.ä r a X.arseaShora Without !tale Mr. Scwall Short, of New London, Ct,is about introducing on tbo feck of a considcrablo nnmbar of Jatago horses in this city a new stylo of horso shoes, lately invented by him, and which has now beensomo threo months in experiment, both in city and coun try, with tho best result. Tho object is to avoid tho necessity of driving nail in tho boofc of animal a practico always tioro or less objectionable, and only submitted to from imperious necessity, and which frequently, from misplacing a nail, or splitting rt hoof, renders a horso useless, at least for a time. Tho invention meets with tho highest favor from tbo jockeying profession ono experienced stage-driver enthusiastically aflinning that it would immediately increase thavaluo of horses ono third. By tho census of 1850 thero wcro fivo millions of horses in tho United States, and teaming them tp bo on an avcrago abou...

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