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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 July 1836

WEMAWA Ah. OCR COUNTRY OCR COCNTRY's INTEREST AND OCR COCNTI Bv c. r. CXARKSOX. HRP1" "VMIV COUNTY, IXDIAXA, FRIDAY, . , tSSG. VOL. IV. Xo. 27. TERMS OP THE AMERICAN. in advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at ation of the year. Tha Editor will dissubscriptipn at his option. dves.ti3Kme.nt8. Twelve lines, or lees, will be jrted once or throe times, for one dollar, and 2.") ,U". -;' he charged for each additional insertion. " JEW'S OV XII 12 WEEK. " BYNUM &: JENNIFER. A ael took place between Mr. Dyuum, a memf Congress from North Carolina and Mr. Jenifer a member from Maryland, on the 14th June, "eir Bl&densburff. The cause of this duel, and issue is thus given in the Cincinnati Whiff. Jenn'fer of Maryland, and Bynum the North r.rolm Hotspur, were the two belligerants. In v latter describing the Wednesday night and VYd.iV morning Congressional proceeding;, I told uof the cause of this quarrel, and if 1 mistake 't ventured to predict the isaue. To reiterate . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 July 1836

4 . CI 5 2-l lost. The bill then passed as originally, reported. Mr. Valk-r'-. Preemption P.ill.for the benefit of the S pi it tt-rs on the Public Lands, . iimc up; and after debate negatived: Yeas IT, Nays The residue of thel ay was spent in n debateon the hill to regulate the I'uhlic Deposites. Adjourned. A in ihe 11) at if Il prist nl:itivts. The session of June ihh will long he distintruiihrd in the hilorv of our National legislation for one of the most remarkable displays of fortitude, or rather of obstinacy, ever afforded by anv deliberative body. A brief narrative may not form an uninteresting chapter in l!ie history f the times. . It is well kno n that the only uncontrolled ' discussion of any inv.ortnnt measure before the HcHie, is u.iiiailv had in Committee of the Whole, as it i termed, when the Spea Com the a call ot the House ordered. The Sergant-at-Arms was employed from half past I to half past 4 in rousing Members from their beds and bringing them to the House in cust...

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

.4 M E K I A IV. Da:m 1 :;;.4U-fc aJar. A. C. Cimitilmrliln Uft.--r , Thus Mathews, Alexander IVcmu V .dues. Phi in, r ..i. .!T. ,;. V, "e . 1- uuu juiiii i out! JlCub committee n-e;nei?. It is with pleasure that el-1 tint there is fa:i.'moletv uf our State Win. Vl,ju rr V . f . f "V ill A A.!of arrnnirpmfiit! Ja:n?s Gubreth. Wr.; JtesotveJ. That ai! osbe dispensed wit!, Resolved, TV :can be request The i.ueetin'T AV o;W, Thai the h, depend..-.. . "Ught to be nrknr.nh..!,,.,! I . . Sta( L whenever satisfactory information sh)i ! E IVjCli e received that it hnir. a.i,-r..r,,l L .. uvu Govern meat, capable of performing (he i Rf" I "uu s;iR" luiniiingthe objurations ,;ieani by the following a; nroT-ect 'ft ohinnii.g I Impr vM-.ci.l. M.e'f ;liow;ng 2: ...a:;a:o::s Journal oi; ower. igaticnsof an inde-! i. T. L m oi tier c-.tect'iig n ,st recei k.l .": -.tn ir Canal we I-taru. li.-t there it a vl-ii' rl!v. . - i nor cent, loan suut.,n.ru i uu.iuu i ...V Innrovcisscnu. If the contra.-. i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 July 1836

From the Baltimore Trantcript April 2. A FIRST OF APRIL PRIZE. Fortune is merry, And in this mode will give us anything. Julius Caevr. Yesterday an aged and respectable citizen of Baltimore, met with an incident of pood luck of a rare and singular nature. Passing along Baltimore street at his usual slow pace, his eyes fell on a small package that lay immediately in his path. He turned it over and over with his cane moved it this way nnd that way, and at length after casting a look around to see whether any one observed him, picked it up, and examined it. It was directed to a Bank of Baltimore, closed with red sealing wax, and stamped with a peculiar kind of seal. His heart heat at a rapid rate: he had been "happy in his poverty; but now that wealth was within his grasp, he felt that his days of joy were completed, and that he must be miserable. As he passed along with his treasure, he began to question himself as to the propriety of keeping the money; it was directed to the Bank of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 July 1836

UMBD U A MA AM cDAM b. -v CXAUKSOST. JM.IJI ' IS OP TIIR AM ERIC AX. iSon of U.e'vear. The Editor will d,stbe li -absorption at his option. t,nt'n t .ISeiits. Twelve lines, or less, will bo AU,eor throe times, for one dollar, and 27, in.jj be charged for each additional insertion . to From the Boston .Vt rear y. TiLE Of A BAG OF BFAXS. OR JOE bunker's courtship. There was a body met a body In a bigofb-aiis, (.'an n. body tell a body What a body means Oli Sono. rverv body in the county of Essex has arJo'l'Joe Bunker, ami the quips and cranks j I j U lani en acted. In trutn lie was a unions . 'iImv in hi: day, so noted for his bush-whack- :.. f li. I ; n rr flnl 1; iinnir li:is rUSUCH - cd into a proverb and made him imof brecdin - -I ., Joe Bunker s character is now reHi .i ,',,,) In all the old crones md cossms m the North East corner ot Massachusetts as me kail i''eal ot !l Cinuine unsophisticated Yantre clodhopper. H sfame for ten miles round the country ran all the old ladies cal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 July 1836

After the transaction 01 nusmess m scluhuary importance, the-Senate took up the bill to regulate the deposits of the Public Money and provide for the distribution of the Surplus Revenue, the question being on Mr. Wright's motion to recommit with instructions to report two seperate bills. After debate, the motion was negatived: Yeas 21, Nays 25. Mr. Walker moved to amend the bill by inferting a provision that the distribution of the Surplus Revenue shall be made in the ratio of the representative federal apportionment, and asked for the yeas and nays; which were t rdered. After a few words from Mr. Webster, Mr. Calhoun, Mr. Walker and Mr. Benton, the question was taken on the motion of Mr. Walker, and decided as follows: Yeas 23; Nays 22: Carried. The effect of this amendment is to give a large portion in the distribution to the small States. Mr. Wall moved SO to ampnd thi Kill uk in . , , - provide that there shall be one deposite bank in each Sf.-itp- mM.-I. ,-oe r,r.A iu each Stat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 July 1836

vTTT Slater Tp " ;uJi- jOii. rS'c vtttue aid Popular education rttwarrft pillars that support the republic. Ilth The rressihe stay and the lever of ,cpi;!ar governments, may it unlock tho bars of ;".-C:nre ar.J oppression, and cast abroad the rays f'.,Jth and toleration. iJtb. The government a the Vnu.d t:! ill department, legislative, 2. w ir,j "d ,ive our rulers v. ! freedom ofe.eotion ha prescrv-d .ir.taimd, ai l the LoTty 0f t: .jaj 10 the latest posterity. VOLUNTEEK. fOASTS. BfJ. ft -i toy. We tho citizens of this place, -"ratulate you. our friends on the snirii nA access vith whxli you hive aided in the celebra ted! this important cay which should never he 'otten. lit John 4 if 7 J v "ir)w. tion in the lT jects ri emncipa- AMERICAN. t'lv In., -.vrrison, -ie Thames, - of America lor i.e people .f these ie honor of sitting next presidential .-amzing men be apprehid, which time ancestors. I?v .v.; r: . .' J r,,- '1M . . . - ... . ' ' KjXAii " uur. , state 01 Mrini: Ur imv tl. son...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 July 1836

l0uauimsioiiuu3Liiitracier,iiiaiev.condeVcended to tread the earth-of the most brilliant and beautiful doctrine that evr illuminated the mind of man. 1 am soiled to draw the picture of a scene which m llions of mankind have contemplated with feelinosthe most tender and ternhc-a scene that the eternal founder of the universe could ,ot v w unmoved-a scene of all others the . I imp stablv sublime, lhat ri--b.e,somagnificentanddivin: i, no other than the AU-glonous and Sacred Saviour of the world-that doctrine no less than the luminous und everlasting oracle ol his lips that scene, so touching, so tremendous and terrific, and x hich none may rival but the final dissolution of nature, is no other and no less than the crucifixion of a lod tor the redemption of the Insignificant though mortal creature, man. I feel the grandeur of my subject; a theme of all others the most sublime, the most sympathetic and susceptible of melting the heart of mail. In contemplating so magnificent a character...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 July 1836

AMJEJEECDAEf C. P.CLIIIKSW. OCIt COUNTRY OCR COUNTRYS INTEREST AND OCR COl'NTRv's FRIENDS. TERMS OF TI1K AMERICAN". fii idvuice 'J,-r0 in .six months; or ,00 at eoiririon of the year. Tin Fdilor will dts- -VIIXE, FRAAKLD COI ATY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, J17LT 15, 1S3G. 3' ;Ui S'lJ'-i '"" ai n;s option. VnvssrjsEHEXTS. Twelve lin?s,or less, will be .o-tei i-cc or tl,rce times, for one dollar, and 23 j ... be charged tor each additional insertion f!ieir OISATICKV. 03.VTIO.V OF JOHN Am MATSOV, ES1. ..;- s: Jliu-d Carme!, Frank lin County, la July 4th, 1S2G. r.B::Ent:0 BY REQUEST OF THE COMMITTEE. Fr'iow Citizens: c have assembled celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of imvkM Independence, hy paying the usu . I i - . ,-,0-itothc day wnicn commemorates tlie ffiom of our country. Ths d;iv Ims been, since the commenre- tofoilr national existence, set apart for ritvniid rejoicings, and a due respect lias Cjjutall times paid to it by the citizen? ol rnite-l States. 1 fie present celebration vHCviJeii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 July 1836

co.i:kssio:vjvi. Condense J by the V tc Yorker. Wsiuxt;Tx, June S v In Skxvt, Mr. Clay from the Conv . of Foreign Relations to w hich was re ' ". , , ' .the papers on the subject of the N. E ,. ,s,.. boundary, reported as the opinion of the . . . . mittcc that they shintd be published, a i ,( .",. mischief uiiht be done from misrepr lion of what had been attempted by C rn iimIaI KF. . tl it I V " , """"U,,,S" ' u l .M1 movcd ,he con5id(,ra.ion of lll0 bU1 j- f puoueaiioii ot u. cjr.te.reu niai Oi'VAA I O1 copies he printed. The bill providing for a building for a Patent Office was road a third time and laid on the table: Yeas 'JO; Nays IS. Oa motion of Mr. Ewing", the bill to change !ie made of conducting the sales of the pubhe lands w as taken up, and after some discussion, was, on m Jtioa of Mr. Walker inde- anitely postponed: eas -2."); Nays 15. Adj. in me uoL-sn, .Mr. Ad urn trom tlie Com 'niltee on .lutiuiaelures. reported a bill from uie senate in relation to the reduction of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 July 1836

IA A. uocunient rent printed, Batting if postage accruing oited States and Ter,t it seeuia that the Doint of view, is in a flourett r.cir.ts frwY. !..-. TV. i. f T..ornil Ininroveinent are romiest. ' . . : The menu i- -- . ; iiutbi is near nco Million,, which, we believe is e.-i ; with a .!!!., JVl.Y 13. S3Q. lu!!ic ?I ret in?. ! V "" ! forth in i at every Po ; ritories. Fi ' partmetit, in a n. i ishing condition. ! ot the contracts, the manner of performing Svstom tor the henefit of th- W : tho Ktrlr A-.C .. ... :i i. . 1 1 ; " . .... , mwi ii luin maae icnown nost 01 oilier hills. I PIPTITTOV at the time and place ol" lettin.'. Tl,ovar;nnCi Uk tL;ii..!,i.... . . ., . , 1W'1, lines will he staked nut :m. r-i.-tt? r.. 1... ; ll.,o ....... I ii- j .i . ' ' S - iui in- iiuu.:t! ill. ii ill- lillllPfl innrninir i.nH K.. h pra n L-li n CAiml!. - -'ivi i'iis. fliiu. U , itiiinnn lUUIKttl I to eut tl-elrtll on to morrow (at- , unexampled by any previous year. The psta-Hasted to make thems...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 July 1836

jriiscELiA:Eors. THE RUINS OF TIME. The car of victory, the plume, the wreath. Defend not from the bolt of fate the brave, No note the clarionjof renown can breathe, To alarm the long night of the lonely grave. Or check the headlong haste of time's o'erwhelm-i but mighty stil insr wave. Hit. Beattie. learning surviv cond time she the last gleam in Bnyzantium Mournful to cords of depnr imperial city mistre ss of a si I seated amid t i 1 1 ..... . 1 t- 1 1 1 1 1 . I .1 tliA rpn m I I i n rr fr:l nr. Once more the earth compieieu m i -.. lArounu mc aic- suvweu -..u... -& roun.ihe hurnincr and brilliant luminary of ments Gf other ages, and before mc are the The wheels of time still roll on and j tumbling temples once hallowed by the footwv every moment in the dust, the wrecks sleps of the Caesars. But where is the cote? . .volutions. The monuments of j t;l?-e of Romulus, the" golden pallace of INero, land the shrine of Apollo and the Muses! in luimti .v." . !, irts and geniu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 22 July 1836

HM i AN A AMmiBE(DAM o OUR COOTRV QtR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OCR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. C. F. CLAKKSOA. BROOKYILLE, FRAAKI 3 COl'ATY, INDIANA, FKIDAY, JUEV 2, 1800. TKR,S OK THE AMERICAN. m advance f'-'.oO in six months; or $3.00 at iiexpiration of tlie year. Tbe Editor will disVtinue subscription at his option. v DvEaTi9EMENT8. Twelve lines, or less, will be rpH once or throe times, for one dollar, and 25 ,3-i will be charged for each additional insertion, j THE TliXIAA WAR. - Prom the Louisville Journrl. ,ni.nOTVT PROM Tr'l , Says Va have received, by private conveyance, e,v Orleans papers of the 29th ult. and the Mdinst. The Bulletin of the 29th has the Nlnnins interesting intelligence: VVehave rec jived some additional in formats from Texas, by the schr. Urchin, Capt. fij,o;. which arrived yestetday from Galveston Bay. Rv her c are informed that a letter was IwVtoVhfwfJL fortius. They accordingly all seated them-latum? on the temple bv a bee. and immediately es- I the disposition of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 22 July 1836

cox;i:i; io;ai.. CLOSE OF CONGRESS- Thuksuay, June 30th, 183G. I In Sen vte, the Vice President announced that ho should not resume the Chair during the present session after that day. A message was received from the President, communicating a copy of a treaty of peace, navigation and commerce with the Republic of Venezuela, signed in January last. Mr. Tomlinson from the Committee on Pen sions, reported sundry bills as returned from the House with amendment, among them one in relation to an allowance of half pay to the widows of our soldiers and seamen who may die in active service, &c. The amendment was ordered to be printed. Mr. Webster from the Finance Committee reported an act supplementary to the act regulating the deposite of the public money. Mr. Wall moved for the immediate consideration of the bill, but objection was made, when Mr. Robinson introduced a bill to confirm the sale of public lands in certain cases, which was read twice and refercd to the committee o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 22 July 1836

AMERICAN. B IS O OK VI Is I, B, I S 1 I A i X. IXTE At a mec. provements heiu KUIDAV, JULY 22, IS3. fgj'The President of the United Stale left Washington L'i,y 0,1 tl,e 111,1 i,lst- uPon a vis't to tl,c Ileruitge i" Tennessee. It is stated that he not return until October next. It has been ,tated that Martin Van Buren went with him, hut we think this is a mistake. Land Office .Money. We call the attention or our readers and land speculators to a highly important Circular from the Treasury Department of the U. S. in another column. It will be seen from tliie, that alter the 15th of next month, nothing but Maiid 'lier wil1 ue received in payment for the public lands, except in cases specified therein Whether this will have the salutary effect of putting a stop to the land speculations now progressing in the rich lands of the West, much to the injury of the prosperity of the country, and against the immediate settlement of our vacant lands; or whether it will militate against the hones...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 22 July 1836

JI lSCELEA;EOlS. MARY'S BEE. As Mary, with her lip of roses, Was tripping o'er theflowry mead, A foolish little bee supposes TLe rosy lip a rose indeed: And so astonished at the bliss He steals the Uonty of her kiss. Ha wantons there abount lightly He sports away on careless wingBut ah, why swells that wound unsightly! The rascal he hns left a sting! She runs to nie, with weeping eyes Sweet image of April skies! Be this," said I, "to heedless misses A w arning, they should bear in mind.For oft a lover steals their kisses, Then files, and leaves a sting behind." "This may be wisdom, to be sure," 8aidVIary, "but 1 want a cure." What could I do! to ease the swelling My lips and hers delighted meet; And trust me, from its lovely dwelling, 1 found the very poison sweet! Fond boy! unconscious of its smart, I suck'd the poison to my heart! ! further before the storm: tut if he could not i conveniently pay him the money then, he jmust accept of his invitation and stay till the ! storm was o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 29 July 1836

mm TERMS OP TUB AMKItlCAX. fi in advance C'-,50 in six months; or 3.00 at ,,J expiration of the year. The Editor will dise,nt;nae subscription at his option. VnvcarisKMKXTS. Twelve linos, or lots, v ill be iusert-'d once or throe tunes, for one dollar, and 'S e,'.i will b charged for cacti additional insertion. .i:vs of Tsisi vi: 4"rj;;i Cnnilerland Prtsliitcrian, July 1;?. IMi'OUTAXT FROM TEXAS. Tue foilowiug letter from Gen. Houston was lir.aod to us by Kev. Mr. Hacon, the bearer, who left - An? istins en the 2d int-tant. Nk.u JSabine, July 2, 1C6.' To GEN. r)CSf..V, iR: Voar favor of the "J June reached sne list uiht. I regret that so much delay will nefsssariiv result before you can reach us we will coo J yojr aid, and that speedih; the enemy in h-'a "numbers are reported to be in Texas; their precis estimated at from eight thousand to twelve t'u .lisind. It is impossible to ascertain it, but ) think it somewhat e.xag gerated. We can meet and S.it tiiem with one .third their num...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 29 July 1836

AEWS Or THE Frori the .Wit io mil Intelligencer of July 18. m FROM THE SOUTH. We learn that Major General Scott and bis staff returned to Columbus, in Georgia, on Tues,v ml the next dav Major General Sanford, o the Militia, w ith a part of the Georgia Troops. (i The Indians fthose who were inenuiy or iuu uu t captured) were departing on thfiir journey of migration westward, and the troops w ere to be paid off and discharged. From Fort Mitchell, on the Saturday preceeding, the contractors for lue removal of the Creeks had stai ted sixteen hundred Indians, men, women and children, for Arkansas. "The hostile warriors, hand-cuffed, marching in double file a long train of wagons conveying the children, and such of the old women as were unable to walk, followed in their wake." The following additional particulars are taken from thi Georgia Courier: Avui-sTA, July 11. The Indians who committed the murders in Baker county, have been overtaken by Col. Beall, in thp. Chickasahatchee swamp, in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 29 July 1836

p Ma MM - V.' 1 1 11 00 K V 1 M , IIIAIA. j F KID AY, JCrV 2, 1830. 'e understand that a very violent passed over the'north part HroRM ...null win J a"! rain tli s county on Thursday, the 22d of this month, i0 much damage to crops, buildings, timber.&c. ' . ,c ,een informed that 1000 dollars would it ajr the damage sustained oy some oi iiie lar- Hay 6tacks were entirely blown oil the up by the roots, buildings and Si eri. Bay urnis, corn torn ! Showing Idress...u V-Jaincs. . i,Wn down, no lives losi uui some seriously destruction was - i I he principal ".tIoU'wu v, . -f ire. in the east of ELECTIONS. jDjiKA. On Monday the election for Representat:ves for the next Legislature of Indiana takes r'ace throughout this State. We believe it has een 'irincipaliy contested throughout the canvass tpoa party ?roundsKesttckt. The annual elections in Kentucky fOir.es on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday next. The? Lave to elect this year a Governor, Lieul. Governor and Members of the Leg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 29 July 1836

n esci-:zij.t;si:oi;K. PEFITA. A M K X1CAX STOUT. BV THK AITIIOH or 1IAJI IJAH. The Mnrijucs cli IJevemucho, ln5 !.'ightci5, Don Ccasarc, liis future son-it i waiting-muni, nxnl two men servants, ;oseJ the inhabitants of one of those 1. ouches, drawn by ten mules, and driven ; vo postillions, which the. traveller occasi ;lv meets on the road, in his journey fr, era Cruz (o the city of Mexico. They hi indertaken an expedition, the motive t vhich was rare, indeed, (or Spaniards or lexieans, namely pleasure and curiosity. i'hc castle of S.ui Juan de Ulloa, within -earccly a !ow-s!iol from the walls of Vera Jruz, liavi'.ig luen o'titmtf ly held by the Spaniards ever si sice the formation of Hie Mexican rcpuhiic, had, at le ngth fallen, and the many passions v. hieh had so long been pent up in the desire to possess it, now found k vent in journeys to and fro. These were performed at no little risk, for the roads were infested hy robbers; and the name of Gomez el Capador, who was the capt...

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