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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 December 1853

dJlu v U ' - a,J!: - U " " t ! m " fen ".. 1 1 , .- H! n i ' ' ic 'A : i t ... r . BY T. A. GOODWIN. BROÖKVILLE, FRANKLIN- COUNTY, -INDIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1853. VOL. XXI. NO. 52. mImm . urn--'. i T p l ln mwwjmL .II 7 Fellow CUizent of tlie Senat xmdof the House rf Rresertlatiees: The interest, with which the ptopli of the Republic r.nticip ito the asscmblnig öf 'Centres, and the fulfillment, orxtnat occasion, of the duty imposed oponä , new President, is one of the best evidence's of ' their capacity to realize the hopes of the founders of a poiHical system, at once complex and aymiaetncaJ.. -While the different branches of tho government are to a certain extent, independent of each other; the duties of all, alike, have direct reference to the source of p6wer.F ortunatcly, under this system, no man is so hyb, and none so humble, in the nca.ie vi puouc station, as to escape from the scrutiny, or tobe exempt frum the - responsibility, which all ofilchil functions imply. Upon t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 December 1853

limit of a territory is not embarrassed by that question of jurisdiction which would arise within the limits of a State, it U nevertheless heU to be of doubtful power, and more than doubtful proprie ty, even within the limit of a territory, for the general government to undertake to administer the affairs of a rail road, a canal; or other similar construction; and therefore that its connection with a work of this character should be incidental rather than primary. I will only add, at present, that, fully appreciating the magnitude of the subject, and solicitous that the Atlantic and Pacific shores o'the republic may be bound together by inseperable ties of common interest, as weil as of common fealty and attachment to ibe Union, I shall be disposed, so far as my own action is concerned, to follow the lights of the constitution, as expounded and illustrated by those, whose opinions and expositions constitute the standard of my political faith in regard to the powers of the federal go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 December 1853

36oah Jdotitts. ,Tux Kmickckbocker for December la,., the Knickerbocker alwiyt U, full of rich and ricy article. It talented BrtJokrille correspondent haa contr.buted Dot a iittla to it interest hereby furniihlnj the following anecdote of old Tom Barlow. Poor Tom! We ha?e flea wondered her ha la. But heta U the anecdote: 1 Tom, one diamal November morning, 'came down the creek, and waa aluted neighbor. The rain, deacendinj on . Tom", ancient 'ram-bearer,' and drenching that'helm to atorm impermeable, thence dripping Irom It patient ?TÜn to the patient ahouIJer. below, had 'no power to disturb Tom pood-nature. He talked of moin to the Wabaah, aa -lolk laid there wu lot of good land ut there. There wason! one condt'Won -ePbe could ell hi pioperty. Why.TomMid hi neighbor, 'what on earth have you got to diapoae of! lletyour millionaire read Tom' etimat of what make 'property, and bloah: Te gu-ga-got an axe, a fu-fu-fwhin'-pole, an a h-h-bominy-morUr.' The following, though, through the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 December 1853

Ox s mtm mm .oath's Ilfjutttnunt. ; The Transparent Slate. A 8TOHr Or TKMPTATIOJ. ! .1 ''llArnr. penile. lovely and bcloveJ, WA little Mar j Edward. Ever glid to give others pleasure, cvr willing ta sacrifice her own wishes andcorn(urt to do another a kindness, modest nd obedient, it is not strange that her heart was lii-ht and joyous, and thüt ho was beloved by all. iVrhaps, my little readers, you think ale mistliave rada great many thing to make her happy, and very few things to trouble and annoy her; and therefore was she o sweet-tempered and amiable No not so; on the contrary, she had fewer external source of enjoyment than children usually have. Her iu'.lu-r could not afford to buy her many toys and story-books, nor did ho often tike hr to places of amusement. Shu very rarely uad any money of her own to pend, and never more than a penny or two at a time. ) Those gratifications, however, which were occasionally all'orded her, I believe she enjoyed wiih far greater zest than if t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 December 1853

I .... ,'-. . .''. ' ' " ' ' " . , . .. , , I , ...... l ( . I I"' I ' f I ' 't'1 1 .1,1 . BY T. A. GOODWIN. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1853. VOL. XXII -NO. 1. I? Ii .) f 1 j; . i S J 1 Prcfssrlssal Cird. , , Diu J. W. KEELY. 'Uurj ' Curjaoa Deallst fl VYICK OIB DOOH BOCTTI Of THK VALLEY U HOVaJS, vr T4ta. All werk warranted1. So ; charge for examtuauoa or advice. l-ly. ' . J. B. DAVIS, M, D., : Phyticlai. & Surgeon, 'p'FICK tt Kit raileinm-e, corner of J aln aad ' -. etreete, BrookTllle.lud. ti icsuiLCoac jutifof the rwe, ' V.- "Attorney aad Couuaelloxal law. Brookvlile, i 'Iiwi . XHc Soitk eut ioro.l I rn.ii. square. I ... V . - T-TTSCaitOtV Attorney tad Couamllorat W Law, (inn no. 7 Hall' Bulimn-, nraoKj . UU,alitie- Kl-W. i.D. D. JOSES Attorney ana goanaeiior at Lav. BrookTiHa.Iad. Offlee in Halle' bull--dl. it .n c. cnooKSHAXK, fill Cc.;aeIlor at Law. Ufllca la Maile'a bo ild liijr, KrookvUla, ladtaaa. -'53 f y 'Jt oa Barretitret,twod...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 December 1853

TDIJDBIADAJUiniCin. njROJILLE, INDIANA, rniDATt crccnnrn ta, iiJJ. I.rel. . It wo I J hardly be Mr to sketch Ley. rtl It appeared Int Saturde? to ue, far It wit ralalnj tnJ mowing and blowlnj t a tremendous rate nearly all day, In J, moreover, notwithstanding the rein, the etrtets 10J stores were ao crowd! with peopl that wthi not half a chases to aee tb Lutralite. Uy instinct or other lee Iht merchants coon tliiceftrto1 that w wert not in ixt?n lv purchaser, or tht wo woulJ bo low f 1, and they gave ut polilt Invltn tlone to bo seated or something oqulva lent, while they talked wlthf. peopU.-m , W will pay them far it soma tlms, by - dropping la upon thorn wbon tho people - . .ft - i . L . - Ill I V pi !! 11111 r w will III thsro talk to ue. Ono would think from tho crowdi In tho eee rtl atom that those merchants nmt aalt good, cheap ?ery cheap. Wall perhaps thojr do. Tho new achoot house which la near 1 finished will ba an ornament to tho place, ind, If ihojr will adopt tho graded...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 December 1853

tir FnOIH KUUOPlii J ARRlYALOFTUBflTEAMKR ARCT.cl T De1lN in rioari Cotton rirni. Deel 7Ibmt4 declaraa Is favor , f Tarkof New VoiKr Deo. 12. Th teamer Arctlc.wlth advices from Liverpool to the 30th tilt., arrived at this port lait eventnjr. iral Intalllgenr. The steamer Atica arrived out on the ljlht of the 37th. . Tb British Parliament was prorogued until the 3 J January. ' We have nothing from the Danube of anj Importance. Heavy raiu anJ snow are reported. It was reported that a treaty had been entered Into between , Prance and England to guarantee the . intesrrity of Turkey. 1 Prussia and Austria hold off, v Austria had ordered larger forces to Hunjrary. The latest advices from InJia report that Daos, Mohamed, and In fact all the Mohamedana, arfl opposed to Russia. Tho Chinese Rebels were everywhere victorious. A Tartan Invasion was rumored. Tho Arctia brings 05 passengers, smong them is J. C. D. Davis bearer ot dispatches from London and I'aris. There were strong rumor that in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 December 1853

1 ijbbrillinfl (Laif. ?t:n t TTT1 Minn nrr A ttv v . A. hundred year !jo to ot, ar oldtimes. HuJ times they seem, too, compared with thoe in which we live, i Üh achoolruatstcr, the press, and the mechanician had not then done so much fur our people. Nevertheless, f prudent arxl pious men walked the , - world with our great-grandfathers, and .""among them there was one known to hi correspondents as Mr. Francis Fair- ' "lu.lJ, merchant, of Cheapsidc, in the . city of Loudon. - The Fairholds had been notable in ChtApMdo .tver since it was called ; "Westchvap, or the western market. One representative of the family had ; griped to dear St. Paul's of relics and - images; another had fitUd out a blip ; at Lis own expense against the Spartish ArmadA; and one icrved as member for his borough in the Long Parliament, Their house had been al--..moat desolated by the plague, and burned down in tho Irreal tire of LonJon; but it rose from ita ahcs with the ' rebuilt city, and son had regularly "-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 30 December 1853

1 BY T. A. GOODWIN. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1853. YOL. XXII. NO. 2- kl!! Provisional Cards. f s Dr. J. W. KEELY, uZixxnj Snrieon Dentist OFFICE OX DCK)R SOUTH OF THE VALLKY HOW SB, er mm. AU work warranted. Ko fcarf for examluaUon or advice, di-iy. J, B. DAVIS, M, D, Phyilclan & Surgeon, OFFICE at hi raaldeoe, corner of Mala ead Jibm street. Broofc villa, lad. CYUC-IKILGOtXEt Joetlcaorthe Peaee, aad Atioraey aad Coallor at law. Brook vllle, lad. OffleeSoaUa Kaal Coraerof Jbll Square. 43, 1&13. TT nOllltOWt Attorney anJ Coamellortt l Law, USt Ko. ? IlaiU'a bulldlnr, BrookWUle,iadiaa. . 1-43. DD. JO.IES. Attorney and Counsellor at . Uw,BroosvUl,lad. Office la Hallo' bulldlaf. 43-'M WTC. CHOOKSII.K, Attornev an! i Counsellor at Law. Office In Halls' bulMliig, liroohvMe, Indiana. 43-'33 it. MH-'LIJIIE, AUornoy at Law. OStre , on Barfeetreet, two door Dörth offieo. Hol laod'sOfflee.BrooavIll. 4S-'S3 JW. If ITTAtlraeyalLaw,and .No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 30 December 1853

TIE IBD1AS& AUEHIC&fi. B H O OK V I L L E , I N D I A N A . mi dat, Dr.cr.Mnru 30 isaa. telltlr mm Pprr ffnln. We are not astonished that our article on this aubjcct a few weeks aji cauaed iom aquirmin in certain qutr tars. Thert are men of Influence, even la Franklin Count, who think far mora f stearin; the Catholic vote next October, than they do of transmiitin;. to their cbiUlren tli cleil and religio libertiee wt enjoy. That Romanian U Intolcr ant In wary aje, anlia every country, aeeJs no aruinent. Indeed lioncal Faptata cknowIcJ that lit'ulorinc la Inseparable from the system. Toko tha following from two leading Catholic papers a confirmatory cf tlii vlw,snd wa ara prepared to givo more, uf the ant aort, when called for. The Ram alar, from which the first la taken U Arth Bishop Hughs' Organ. Religious liberty, In lha sens of a liberty poaaeeaed by tvery man tochooee kit own religion, U ono of the mot wicked delusions ever foisted upon thia "S 7 lhf ft,h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 30 December 1853

. COXXERSYILLE DEC. 27, 1833. Editor. JJfj Paasoss living la or near Connersvllle, whe wish to advcrtiao In iho Amertcau. or 'ilacrilirs wh wish to settle account, or person who whkhtA uhcribe. will please tall upo Mr. Sanford al Ihe Consertville Bank who ouregoitt Conaeraville. XrTlie "local corner" of the Timet of this place has Ulcome "passing rich" flatc. Mr. Maker demonstrates that hU parcnU were happj chosin the ' significant name for their ritinytun. He illuminates wherever he goes, and whatever he touches, though we most positive! deny the report that he is . used for lighting cigars, by the aid of burning glass, and we challenge tho proof. Mr. Maker is not only hrigld, but he is tharj) as is proved by his witty criticism of our salutatory. He is, withal a chaste, and beautiful writer, as is evinced by the Crocket inecdote which he uses. His agreeable style, together with his unexceptionable deportment as a citizen, gives great popularity to tho Timet, particularly as a usef...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 30 December 1853

kin Illing &Ic, TubrioUiUiTnauaacuAHT. CON CLL DSD FROM LASTWEEK. . HuLbc rr tirt-1, prorninini punctualIt: mid, h;ivinj eonimiltcd himielf mid Li eonct-ro to tlio citro of linn vlio neither sk-cpt, nur Junilx-rs, Fntnda KairhoM w it soon tlrcamio of hi own t'uuJ homr-huM nnd friend in lnndon. The in.tn slept soundly, fur b had v,'td la-iilih and clcnr con science; bat 4 the din of tho piston,' ecxtk. nnH guint'A-fowl row ruund the soWury inn nt tho nurntm-r sunrise, Mr, Fnirhold was disturbed by omthin? running Rcro hi f.tt It ft mue. I Ic saw it dnrt ttwaty miiuiig th whito dimity, rtn I, thoroughly disputed, our urdcrlovinj merchant Jtirtd uj). Thinji were not its llu-y miht to Im) at the Golden Lion! tht was m inifent; and he would never call , Ui?ru Hjiiin. With theno reflection he rose rind dressed himself. It w.i hour before tho appointed time, but the hoiiHehold were nil Rtir. 1'coplo rotu esrly in the country then ; the bacon, vgi, und strong itlo. which formed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 6 January 1854

' - m t IM -aallasB BY T. A. GOODWIN. BttOOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY C, 1351. VOL. XXII. NO. 3: ProfVIoii.il (awl. rr. s"T7v7KKELYi dlUm5 Surgeon Dentist. nrrit-K osk door holtii or tiik vallkt 1 UOCnK, vp mis. All fort warrant.! barga (or amlnalloa or adtlr 41 J. & DAVIS, M D., rii) lcln it & siirRcon, rrrit'K it kit rall-n, corner of Mal and 'Jans stravU, hroualll,lad. ivitr. KiMioiir. Jtt.ncoof tii Paa-a, and AlturaoT aal L'oanlloral law, hroofcvilla, laJ. ontet outa Kail lernar of fublia Suar. 43, 133. 11 .1ÖlllltlV Allom-y and rounllural II Ijiw, UOloa Ao. 7 llail' UuilJuiff, llroukVilla, adiasa. Ul-43. It, JO4i:4t A Horn-" and t'oiintullur at . i Law, HrookIU,ltid. OBlce In HanVa bm. ling 40-13 NW C. rilOOK!! tK, Atlorn- and Coansolloral Law, Ufflca In Hail' btill.ltiif , Brvok-llla, ladtana. 43-'i3 J II. MU'M'lli:, AUontnyal U, 0lTI.-a-( on Burjr-lrt, two door wvrlli otC.o. Ilul Und'sOffli), Kroukvllte. W43 JW.IUTT, AllnrnajratL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 6 January 1854

TiyiMAIWMIÜN. B R OKV ILL E 7 I N DIA NA . FB1DAT JANDART Ot ltM Itlla;lews Itetlee. R.T. D. D.M'Kce willprvaeh intlie Presbyterian Church in Brookvillencxt ScLbath nt'th- uiual hour. Ilargltt amth Liquor Law Thr Unshulltr Jckunian has come out drcidvdlr against the temperance movement." That i$ rujht. We want tu lnw who are fwr ua an d who against us. It would be a pity too, if the rummcriea could not have a few advocate and we know of no one better quf.lillt-d for the taak of defending the liquor intenst than the editor of the Jack.onian. Hear kirn: V ha eppJ lU latraJoetUsj af lha aaretiem Ult IM lncl ar. M, i wa aspect ta Ulla la Um an. And why? Hear him on that: Tita prim movers la !) ea Idea aflUltas. in Kaah cwoniy, bulb t-eiiparauc aa4 (tliOM, t in ukmI elhef placet, ara early m. WMgt, and their effort ara designate) Leueftlluat pert la lha tod. If auch arc your conviction and if democracy i dearer to you than the livcssndj moral of your fellow men, yott do winly to oppose t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 6 January 1854

Soolt Jlöticts. Lsaatlea Heaaolftarr. Th January No. Iaa bfen received. Th new rolum opni rich. It now occupies a high position among Malaiin-. It typographical execution ia faultleaa ita enyrarin j beautiful ita corroapotideuce alle and varied -ita Edituriala arias they should be rh "Scripture cabinet" full of "Honey from the rock." Ladiea by all mean aubacribe. Trice 62. Rev. Mr. Eddy la Agent. CO" We promie our reader a rich treat in a aerie of lettera from Madiaon. The writer ia aeconJ to none in the State, and if the letter on handa la an in ix to the aeriea, hi subject and hia man ner will intereat all. Iter. Aaron Vael'n Address. To read literary addreaie ia ordinarily an e jregriou bore. Not o the one llr. WK)Ja delivered before the Philo aonian Society, of Indiana Aabury Univeraity at the commencement of 1333 II treata ol "Projreaa" and give ev idenceol being himaelf on the fastline. Me baa by turn, pathoa and ridicule; tcndernfisand aatire. Real and Bogua Projreaelon are f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 6 January 1854

teh rctPcriTruR. i:' VT.S. A BT A I'll. . AYlwcU way, Strang tV sail a rough looVin farmt r, to a man who was currjinjjarll .il.cJv9.i-?. The Uf.tr rr in tlie act of rais'iug the l.nch of a gute which optntJ .'rum the publ.c road into a narrow lane leading to h small country-house of no very inviting aspect. v The person thus addressed turned and fixrtl a pair of mild, yvl stvaJy and jM-nctraiin eyes upon the speaker. Which way, Iritntr? was rt-peat-ed. though in a modirid and more repec tfu Hone of voice. Who livos there?' said the stranger, pointing to the house just in view trum the road. Divk Jones' was answered. What lind of a man is he?' next in quired the strHntr.Rathtr a hard case. You hail bettcr not' go there,' Why?' 'Aint you the man that sells Dihlcs and talks religion?' Suppose 1 am.' Take a friend's advice, and keep away from Dick Jones. He'll insult you may be, do worse. I rtÄon not, replied the colporteur for such he wa. He. will, as sure as fate. I've heard him say....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 13 January 1854

THE I BD I A BAA M E II I C A Ö . 11 UÖ OKVI I. L i: , INDIA X A . . l liiuiY. Jruiv n, ijt. Th Wralent UewiaerAtie Unvlcw, anil II Liquor fut)lln The UVf(-rn Democratic R'vUic, Istha title of a new paper reontly surte 1 ot Indianapolis, under the editorial supervision of !::. I. Rcell K-j. The name,2'c'u U generally asutn.l by uch periodical a aro, or a a aim to be, par rxcelU-nce, the expooe-ii's of the political or religious, or literary creed espoused by thu editor. Reviews are expected to do the heavy work publish the dry and argumentative article needed on tho aubject discussed. Hence the opinion of a R'cUw may be safely stated as the opinion ol the sect or party adopting it a an organ. Whether Mr. Be ell uses the word Democratic, in its generic sense, as applicable to our free system of government, or whether it ! used in a specific sense, as applicable only to the Democratic party, we can not ye determine. We presume it must be in tho former sen sa, as we are not apprised of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 13 January 1854

V l ATI it i uoTir.i aon;. Tho TurLuli war shows no sun of relaxation. A bloody fngngement ha taken place at Kalefat, on the Danube, in which tho Turts rcpulscJ the Russians with great loss on both sides. Tho Georgians aid and welcome tho advancing Turks. Persia has declared against the Sultan. The Shah is to furnish 30,000 soldiers to Russia. The combined English and French fleets have cntetcrcd tho Black Sea, tailing in the direction of Stbastopol. This looks more like a declaration of war than any step previously taken by England and France. Napoleon still talks warlike. grilntural. From Tab New York Tribun. Carina; for liar -r This is an ago of bold innovations of old customs. We have one to propose "which is worthy of tho consideration of our State Agricultural Society, and now is time to think about it, that premium may bo offered, or the matter at least discussed at January meeting of the members and executive committee. It is to solve the question of grass for Jiay that is d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 13 January 1854

A CirANOiaiUMD - Amon UlKorow'fnngletl munurct introduced by f xtiorlmcnuliiing ngrt cuUurists during iho lust twenty yearn, rot ont hs born so ridly iud unl vrlly adopted m uano. hi Anion .slung ifrtilittn otiunrs n.nl msy mod of nmdicaUun v rvndtrcd it cvnerM favorite will, the farmers, though the Immense distance of tlto places frum which it is cliicfljr obtain til, und lit conciucnt high prico in KnglanJ, must nrecssitril limit itstisc evrn if th tupplic were inoxhntmililo. Tim iln I of Iclmbctv, on tlio went const f Africa, wlit-nrv truant) wit first obtained in hrjfoauaniitu, is, txrhnps, a most rtrnsrkatlo instance of a deso tat rock becoming nuJdculjr tho Hrt of destination for riunürvu ot largo shins, and thu source of iiuimiimi wealth to numerous Individual. Hut Ichabo was soon exhausted, nnd tho dusty treasure that had for many centuries been accumulating on ita rocky bosom wajIUc rally swept away. Tho once bus island lias now returned to iu former loneliness, and the fle...

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