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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 May 1836

IIWIBIIAWA AMIEIBIKDAW OUR COUNTRY OUR COUXTRV?S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. BY C. F.CI-AUKSOjr. nROOKVILLG, FRAXKLL COOTY, LXBIAAA, FRIDAY, MAY 27, ISSfl. VOL. IV. io. 22. TERMS OP THE AMERICAN. in advance $2,5(1 in six months; or $3,00 at the expiration of the year. The Editor will discontinue subscription at his option. VnvERTisEMEsrs. Twelve linos , or less, w ill be inserted once or three times, for one dollar, and 25 tints will be charged ior e-.cti additional insertion PRIZE ARTICLE. Written for the. Evangelical JWngazine. THS BLIND WIDOW .1X1) HER FAMILY. BY MRS. JVLIA II. SCOTT, TOWANDA, PA. "Is it not much that I may worship Him With nought my spirit's breathing's to control? Shall 1 not rejoice That I have learned at last to know kit voice From man's! I will rejoice; my soaring soul Now hath redeemed her birthright of the day, And won thro' cloud to him l.er unfettered way." Jilts. Hcmans' Forest Sanctuary. It is a pleasant tiling to cast, occasionally, life's lit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 May 1836

CONGRESSIONAL,. Correspondence of the Cincinnati JVfiis?. Washington, May lOth. 18:10. F ortifications ! Fgutii jc atioxs ! ! Fohtifi ; vtioxs!!! has been the hue and cry at both Vings of the Capitol, from morning to evening. A duller day has never been witnessed since December in either branch of Congress, nnd since I cannot tell you what w as said, 1 will be brief and inform you of the subject nnder consideration in the." House. You w ill remember that soon after Mr. Clay's Land ill passed the Senate by five niajorilv.it r.ime into the House for concurrence. The debate upon the 15 1 1 1 for the week past has ecn simply upon a question of reference. Three parties in Congress are contending for ihree distinct references lo three Committees. The first for a reference to the Committee of the Whole on the State of the Union the second to the Committee of Ways and Means, where it would probably "fall stiil born into the tomb of the Capulels," and the third reference contended for, is th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 May 1836

AMERICAN". BR q oTTvi I 1. C, IXDIA X A. FR I n AY, MAY 27, I Internal Improvement. 1 here -11,-..! piiccinn of t he Board of Internal I iri tis a caii" -o-ement of Indiana held nt Indinisapolis n VeIiicslay last. What the business requiring ifceconvertion we know not, any further than is , in the advertisement, requiring them to its: THE TEXIA WAIS. Fro 77i the Louisville City Gazette Extra. xrVl1? Steamer Clay, arrived this morning r V ?! WG haVG dates from Xew Orleans of the 9th instant; and what is more cheering, a confirmation of the pood news from lexas, which has animated us for several days past, and which we almost feared was too good to be authentic. r , . tT TEXAS. Col. A. iTrmefnn tk T" , " r. : rm,rt,n-;:ii,n.;,iuf . ". ,uu cai.iu army nas meet: arrived 1 1 " I ihe coaru. f-Tlie News from Texas is of the most cheerinctnil srntifving to every friend of Liberty. We tJr.k tVc Texian struggle is now about ended, and ihev are a free and Independent Govern :r.ct,t. comparativ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 May 1836

. ":"' CO FROM FIRST FACE.) permit lilm to protect her home; an offer vhich she was glad to accept. The stranger Sade her pood night, at the threshold, and the agitated girl hastened to inform her mother of herindctferent success. It was at an early hour, the next morning, that a gentle rap was heard at the widow's door. and a young man of very prepossessing mwnnnf(. I1.-4l.ile. I in flio nl.-iin carb of a mechanic, entered, and gave Miss Hamilton ,n card, containing Mrs. Irownson s compn merits, accompanied hy a bank note of some considerable amoun. "Thoro must le some mistake here." said Marian,'! did not expect half so much.'" Hint she has examined them by daylight,' replied the stranger. Marian colored to the very temples not so mnchat the remembrance of the ill treatment of the preceding evening, to which the stranger's words recalled her as at the sound of a voice which it seemed to her she had heard twice before, and which, she all at once recollected she had gone so far as t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 3 June 1836

.SSi. ID A BV C. F.CVll-KSOIV. TERM OF Till' AMKRICAX. e- in advance ?2,50 in sixmonths; or $3,00 at J eniration of tlic year ihe Editor will dis-1 continue subscription at his option. dvkrtisbmknts. Twelve lines, or less, will be j-iserteil once or three times, for one dollar, and 2 e;!t5 wiil he charged for each additional insertion. rs o TSIS3 WZS.SE. IXTERXAI' IMS'itOVEMEXT CKLKEKATIOX. Immediately on the reception of thr news pftlic passage of the Internal Improvement the citizens of Evansville spontaneously came together, organized as a piuhlie mettin nmi among other icsohitions the two fulhvhig were unanimously adopted. "Rcsoh-cl, That this meeting commend the vise and liberal policy of his Excellency the (Jovernor of Indiana, in recommending the adoption of a c?RCral system of Internal Improvement; and t:.it they hold in lngli estimation, the patriotic services of "those members of the General Assembly, who supported that system.'' "Resulted, That his Kxcel'ency, the Governo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 3 June 1836

,,. ..' ., mr XsiMiHnau i'Jf Washington, May 20th. 1S:W. Priday Evening. The Volunteer Bill, and the Bill Yor re-organizing the Post Office Department, to-day have been the subject! under consideration. The former occupied the Senate several hours, although, it has once been passed by that body. It came up a second time, in consequence of a lion concurrence, on the part of the House, on an amendment, proposed by the Senate. Calhoun and IVoston. have been its onnosers on the one hand, and Buchanan its chief supporter, on the other. The grounds of objccMon, as raised by the South Carolina Senators, seems to be an opinion that the act is unconstitutional. Buchanan, on the other, denies the charge, and, of course, defends himself with all his pow ers. The South Carolina Senators, as w ell as many others, object to the appointment of officers, for the Volunteers, by the President, arguing, that tf their services are to be voluntarily given, they should have the orivilesrc of choosing the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 3 June 1836

ill ERIC AN. - 'RII)V,Ji:XE 3, I83. jj-yTlie Kdi tor is unavoidably abscent, consequently no editorial matter this week. INDIAN" DISTURKANC F.S . MORK PISTRKPSIN ' F.W S VROM THK SoiTH. i'lic nUrH-ioii depredations commit ted by Jniii.Hi? in Georgia. Alabama, and Flor--jaarc painfully interesting, ami cannot fail to'c'xcite the deepest sympathy of our readers f,r t!ic silverings of our Southern Country men. We arc put ill nosion of the followinsr I . ! h.ional particulars by the Charleston j ?-..,r of the IlUh instant. Cin. Whiz. the 11 Till. KAIL LOAD. , T!,p on v newspaper received last even- i received last even- -. . . .. ..... jug n v nit 1 ...V.....V. w......icle of the 1 Lttt mst.. uue tnc uay previous. The following note from our correspondent at u?'ista. states that all communication niili tlte Western route has been cut off. 0('r of the .iHufta LsOtslit-tttontilisl. ' " May IS. S "The Indians have now cut oil all communication the Western Stage, last evening, drought back ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 3 June 1836

i'rvm !r .Tit.1 a t : . In the r.-in el" Tli.P l!ourisiie! r- ? V " . I ni i 111. Ill Ul I ' V . ' I 1 uisauanie atmmion. ior in the lowest ranks of life, his eye, even from boyhood, was east with a longing gaze on the Proud heights of Tame. Wit h indefatigaMe zeal, in spite of every obstacle which poverty could throw in his path, he pursued the study of medicine, and ultimately returned in triumph to iiis native village with a diploma from the niversitv of Maurica. At the will of his father, he commenced practice in the limited sphere of a country town; hut this could not last long, for the soul of the aspiring y oung man thirsted for fame and acquirement of riches; '(or gold,' said he will pave the wav to the stars; with gold heauty is won; before gold, prison bars are but gossamer webs; and the nearest path to the throne is strewn with srold ' Such was th ambition of a young man of; twenty ; and despite the entreaties of his mother vt the threats and imprecations of his father, o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 June 1836

gy C. F. CL AKKSOX. SEWS OF TIIE WEEK. From the C'entreville Advocate. WHITE WATER CANAL. Through the politeness of Gen. E. Long, nC of the members of the State Board of Internal Improvements, we are enabled to Uy before our readers a communication on the subject of the White Water Canal, in the rlv commencement and construction of which the people of this section of the State ,re to deeply interested. The friends of improvement will be pleased to learn from such a source that the Superintendent has prevailed upon the State Board to assent to the immediate location of the whole line, as far up the White Water Valley as the same may be found practicable, inJthathe has so promptly determined to keep the corps of Engineers under his command, in the field until the same is finished, md that consequently we may confidently apect the whole location to be permanently completed the present season. By this means the contemplated improvements along the line will be, we think, greatly facilita...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 June 1836

ie House; and here begun a scene of unpar alleled .excitement, noise and confusion. Tor nearly two hours. I fancied that Pandemonium had broken loose. I am sure, that all Hades let out, ould not have made a more hideous uproar. The Infernal music of Der t'rcschutz was melody, compared with this 1; 1 A... I iV. .1. ! iiisLuiu. -uiu mi ice tituse. jmmcul-j .te!v after the Pincknov ltesolnt ;asscd, Mr. Glascock, of Georgia, look the) door, to give his reasons for not voting upon ihe Resolutions, passed yesterday. With his'; like all lie says. CO sex ct . . ?! i i . . , 1 iiijuutu uj iuc ivuicui uie i louse, i A few sentences put a period to his remarks, for the daj,llavc.s of Kentucky, calling him '.o order, and red'icing his point of order to writing. For once, however, old Kentucky, to use a common phrase, had got the wrong pig by the car. The Speaker decided against Hawes, and told Glascock to proceed. Another sentence, half completed, again brought the Georgian to another stop. Now...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 June 1836

AM ERIC A N. -no o'k Vl 1 E, I A7 1 I A A: A. FRIUAT, JTN'E 10, 1836. ---- i Al-GUST ELECTION. i j0C!I MoCARTV. Eq. is a candidate fv)r j tentative in the next General Assembly of j t-' :iiu. ! " ..... 11 iTiiivn -i , DR. lit t J "-A ' is a.so a candidate j " .ikcudm village. We are iven to under.,rtilC We oflice. I stand that its doodled spirit wm llext Launt n. iii.'i.-'i' : 1:1 . . .. ... ill,-.,.:.: . tr. . ... MR. n. 1 .ol-ivivo is a caiiuiuaie iorii.eomee ..:.r.. f Kmnklin rnimlv. . Sliff." J - ISAAC WAMSLEY, Esq. is a candidate for I Jecture- ; same ofiice. j story-U MS. MOllfi AN ROOP is a candidate for Corn- ! or .ss:our to nil the place wlucli wi f-'t'ue resignation of V. T. Beeks. .CM U life MR. SAMUEL SHIRK is a candidate for reelection to the office of County Commissioner. C.pr. JEREMIAH WOODS is a candidate f, ..- the office of Coroner of Franklin county. J1R. SAMUEL SERING is a candidate for re-election to the office of School Commissioner for ibis county. Van Bi'bks ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 June 1836

MISCELLANEOUS. THE BRIDE'S FAREWELL. Farewell, Mother! tears are streaming Down my pale and tender cheek! I, in gems and roses beaming, Scarce this sad Farewell may speak; Farewell, Mother! now I leave thee, (Hope and fears my bosom swell One to trust who may deceive me, Farewell, Mother, Fare thee well. Farewell, Father! thou art smiling Yet there's Badness on thy brow, Winning me from that beguiling Tenderness to which I go; Farewell, Father! thou dids't bless mo. Ere my lips thy name could tell. He may wound, who can caress me Fatherl Guardian! Fare thee well. Farewell, Sister! thou art twining Round me in affection deep; Wishing joy but ne'er divining Why "a blessed bride" should weep. Farewell, brave and gentle Brother, Thou more dear than words can tell; Father! Mother! Sister! Brother! AH, beloved ones, Faro ye well. MY NEXT HUSBAND. A SKETCH FROM LIFE. Lady Grace Gavton was I should say is, but that would be adopting the style unhislorical; shewn?, then, a charming young per...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 June 1836

Qui TERMS OF TUB AMRICAN. t) in advance $2,"K in six months; or at ,: expiration of the year. 1 ue i.uuor wiu uis-1-v'nae subscription at his option. iDvTiSRNTs.-Twelvc lines. or less, will be ",-vd once or three times, for one dollar, and 2o 9 vill be charged for each additional insertion. EVS OF TE1E WEFjK. BATTLE OF SAN JACINTO. cts from a lKter of a correspondent of the V; Orleans Bullet ih: . TLeenemv fired their cannon five times only. louied'J"e sixth time and primed the man match was kiiled by a boy and the who ; cMil.n.)ii hr.is nirift nmindpr. ?: .Tthe inscriptions "El Vole an," and " Yiolati ' it Kciris," in Roman capital letters. The A.i!noa wataken and the enemy put to rout nineteen mimfs after the first gun was fired. The ' uiter aiinng the enemy's ranks was treniedous. j'jjJe t deliberate look over the field three days .ferUie battle. The sight was horrible. Here h'.r-Mti clusters, there scattered singly the ground wis'strevveJ w ith dead men, dead horses, guns, bavon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 June 1836

fior the several icnsmp- in i rr.nKiin county assembled at the Court House in the To'.vr- ot Hrockviiir, to transact such business as they nvcht deem ntrew' and i obedience t " ...ol..u.ituii3 iioiu uit-ir respective constituents j The meeting was organized by calling B. S. Noble to therhair and appointing Geo. 3erryand Alfred James Secretaries: When the following gentlemen were appointed a committee to prepare and report ai address, resolutions, &.c. to the citizens of thiscodnty, viz: Robert Blacker, George Rudicell, Ste phen Lowry, Joseph Stevens, James Chance. John Seniors, Ear! v Burke, John Hyers, Joseph Price, Israel W. Bonham, Moore KintrAbraham and Thomas Whitelock, Alfred B James, Abraham Boyd. Spencer Wile v,Wm West, Jonathan Eads, B. S. Noble, Thoma? Kenedv, and James Wright. The Committee retired a short time and by their secretaries made their report, consist ing of the following address, preamble, and resolutions, which were separately and unan imously ado...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 June 1836

AMERICA aftOQKTII'l'rM I IV D I AH? A. FRIDAY, JCXE 17, IflSO. n Shcltz, Esq. wishes to be considered a . -,.Sr County Commissioner. .hing new this week from Texas. war is evidently ended. The Texians have , . ..-ot ;tntifti- and are in f.-t. an indeoend- (Government, neither nave we any news 01 ,.nrp from l' ioriaa. i ne inonni are still The Indians butcliring the frontier inhabitants. The Blacksmith shop of Mr lire-' Joseph j imn was consumed by fire in this place on gitti'riay morning las', between 2 and 3 o'clock. between 50 and 100 dollars. floorltr Calf On the 5th inst, a Cow belong jajtoMr. Uriah Sample of this township brought fcrtb a Calf, wbich t te ?e of 2 hours, weighi four pounds. The Cow is of the coin- 058 blood, and the sire was old St. Peter, a km Bull, owned by Samuel Serring Eq. Dur- without first passing in8ptclloo uf mitteeof arrangements. Resolved That the editor of the Brookville On motion the meeting adjourned Mount Carmel, June 16th, isre. . . ti. FOURTH OF ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 June 1836

thoroughTS x.AAF.orss. VK'JETADU: PHK ,S TQ'Jfll-.iCHL DROP. HI t ; 1 1. Jiten IV HI 11, ftp ever f ervf, to -."7i;.-ir.M!t in') r:i uuri iit; u i:.t- itsJit; r H:ii had ' v- found a piaee in almost every 'newspaper and leriocical in the conr.trv. it m, however an enu - .-.on of such heautv that everv admirer of true po try that has once perused it, will be anxious to ,-eruse it again, and such as have not will be much edified in so doing': .MoitMxr. i. spring. BY vi EO KG E It. riiE.VTICE. How sweet the landscape! Morning twines Her tresses round the brow of Day, And bright mists o'er the forest pines, Like happy spirits, float away To revel on the mountain crown, Whence the glad streams come shooting down Through woods and rocks, that hang on high, Like clouds against the desp blue sky. The woven sounds of bird and stream Are falling' beautiful and deep Upon a spirit, like a dream. Of music on the hour of sleep And gently from the dewy bowers Soft murmurs, like the breath of Hewer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 June 1836

s O OUR COUNTRY OUR COUNTUY?S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIEN BKOOKYILLE, FKAIVKI,! COLiTY, IXDIAXA, FRIDAY, JOE 24, 1836. VOL,. IV. :o. SC. i OF THE AMRICAX. J;ince 2,50 in i-ix months; or $3,00 at expiration of the year. The Editor will dis"Ivmie subscription at his option. ClivKBTisEMESTS. Twelve lines, or less, will be rted once or throe times, for one dollar, and 25 "I will be charged for each additional insertion. 'i'uvvs OF THE vi:kk. "7-.i Mtf Vtic Orlcttns Commercial Bulletin. TKXVS. .rfliit le nun of high respectability, arrived last . -f in this city, informs us that Joseph Baker, ' ,r'v editor of the telegraph, printed at an tike j lllVlHi; llffn tsr:tii, nuci iiic uuiut; Ul i to tiiC .'lexiC.m army, leu me aivision unthe .!, jtstint. 'i.-j.cjla observed to Mr. Baker, that as General 1 Cl . - I - .1:J . 1 V'na was a prisoner, i.e uiu iioi acKimwi.......1 a r..... IL. f.)A i-"t would recognize him as President of the Mexii nation, nd as such lie would obey his order to -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 June 1836

Conrres, alter us iirst session, wneu uic ..n- .luct of the Hank, in its incident measure lined into: aiul believing from (he result of the investig ilion, that the charter vas exanu integrity, had been violated, 1 voted for the judicial investigation, with a view ot annulling its rhaiter. The resolution for that purpose, however, failed; and, shortly after, the management of its affair was committed to the talent and integrity- of Mr. Chevcs. From that period to its dissolution, (hUIio' I must confess I am not a very competent judge of such matipr I have no idea that an institution could : . ... .... , have conducted with more aiuinj, and public advant-srt, than it has been Under these impressions, t agree with Gen. Jackson, in the opinion expressed in one of his messages to Congress, from which 1 mate tnc following extract: "Thai a Bunk of the UniIxl Slates, competent lo all the duties which may b; required by the Government, might be organized as not to in fringe on vur delegated...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 June 1836

1 j jBROO K VI L ii E. 1 IV I I A . A. - FRIIAV,JL'r. 21, IS30. jTtK'- WINSCOTT, is a candidate for ! -tV fVmmis.-M'mer. ted hv Mr. William M'Clure of Announce Mr. Jotcph Bennett as .uiuiite 'or Representative of Franklin Cousit. la. in tlie next General Assembly. We Lave also received, through the mail, a recomrnein'ation signed by several citizens of New T ronton, an J vicinity, recommending Mr. Dennett , v,fv a citable individual for tho ofdee. We rTrott!iat they '11ve placed it beyond our power lvomi'i? with tlieir request to publish it in this mfrican- The postage teas not paid! This, too lusiire, is a small matter; but our rules cannot be , .ih'.-.'J. We hope the citizens of Franklin Counts, will soon larn, that in order to have tlieir ouei-r-si i!to:iied to, the postage tnutt Le paid. We pcrceivtf by the Globe of the P'th inst, that hi- Beard lias been "appointed Tost Master at Phi-ij-tiirapr, 0!;ici, in the place of W. I). Jones, reXo appoir.t .iienl has yet been made at Spr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 June 1836

"V i The hollow title of a king. What hollow hearts oft hear it; No hollow wiles, no hollow smiles, No hallow hopes 1 follow, Since great anJ small are hollow all All hollow, hollow, hollow! The hollow patriot hut betrays, The hollow dupes who hecJ him, The hollow ccurtier vends hi praise, The hollow dupes, who feed him. The hollow frieads may grasp your hand The hollow crowd may follow. But hollow still is humaa.,will All hollow, hollow, hollow! From the Democrat and Herald. LEU EN I OF LOVE. Near Rowcn.in Normandy, upon a hill of considerable height, stands a religious chapel, whose walls disc losed by time, and here and there. covered witli ivy, Dear wuii . antiquity It is called "the priory 01 me iwu There is something extremely in lovers. teresting peculiarly attectingin its erection; thev have all tnc auracuic -romantic fiction, with the engaging and touch ing influences which exclusively tnT,.lho l-th renturv.whcn the feudal system existed in all its debasing rigidness; this ...

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