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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 April 1856

Ti', i k n -'Tar A NEWS ANO BUSINESS PAPER-DBVOTEO TO PORBISN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MORALS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCAT90N, AGRICULTURE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OF SOUBTY. VOL. HIV---NO. 16. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1856. WHOLE NUMBER 1212. IMtssional Carts. 1. DATU. M. B.-rilVHICIAS III. aluand Ja s. treats. Hrook villa, lad. ir.i i . i rw 4i nip rumen.,', corner u irnVS KIMKBS,-Jl'"TICKor tuiPKACK V Vti.rnr Coaaseller at law, Brook rill, lJ. Omca, dtlorj Wit'i new bmMIng froeltnftxV Uait Roim 49 IMS. MOUWW.-ATTOK.1KY A COUMSkU.LÜH A I LA W. Orr in, Ko. 7, tittle' Bj,BrooXlll, Inl. SI 13 Hulai ÄS , W JUUli . V , v'vuna a.u, ' I AT LAW. Omca, ovr Power' v.o. , HrookTllle, In l AT xarx wr. i r -run v v jl. rnirviv r i ou , J, XXLLEY. -ATVOKSBY AT LAW BtWsarpBSLic. Of F 10 a, doof 4U --. ... .ww . i j iiuan, nnminiii. I (1 1 . will takrMlMwl4aaii of UeeJt, lake Butt cer07 OwBoaitloBt. AfiMavIt Ae. rpHOMAS J WTTJT1,-NOTARY PUBLIC, X Lavaat., It., wiH til, tepoattioas a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 April 1856

A NBWSPAPBR CONTA8N3N6 A BRIBP SUMMARY OF THE IATBS7 PGRB9&N AND DOMESTIC SNTEU8GBNCB. INDIANA AMERICAN. sjtfj hflkshasa. o itHI wv r, te o hilliMI WB." T A. OOODWTir, Editor TT BB l.w, rRIMf. APRIL 4t ISM TO RCM1BN mCH. t wlifmt of sr paper, er etreaeraS" ' it' Ti now. ocym tercaiirewlatlna le In.llan. ,kwo pet" " In.llauepon. .in suka. MimmMi etea wit week letvivwrti in lh VMle Wtar vallay.wMI drtwetlto r ber i&mAciBrookrille. its Present and Future It cannot be denied '.hat the present cooditioi oC Brook vlil, peinirily. ia unen? table, od to a eareles. observer, oprontairi. By repented removals, th population hae be great! v diminished, aod from the same, aad otber caueee, the anxtunt of boeiotee baa fallen otf. ßil why it iota, aod what are the topee for the futur? Ii aaawetiog tire flret iuestion, ar aay wakaaitatingljr that the health of the town and country baa had nothing to do with it. There ia tot a more hetUthfttl towa in the Weil, if there ia in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 April 1856

I A PAPER FOR THE FAMILY GMCIB-DBVOTBD TO THE AMÜSEMENT AID INSTRUCTION OF YOUNG AND OtO. THE AMERICAN. Pias law rw Yot Timm. Harrowing Calamity at Sea. Fearful Catcater af the Ja Rut1 -; wlife mm l(kr(. PROBABLE LOW OF 150 LIVES. Several Persons Starred to Death In an open Boat. ONLY ONE MAN RESCUED. A Frightful Narrative of Suffering. Ottlar LOMa a ad NUeadveaturea. Our citisfDs were startled yesterday with news of another terrible disaster at sea. The sad fate of the Pa cine, almost certain now; the new' successively Drought by the Arago, the Atlantic, the Baltic, the Persia, the Africa, th Edinburgh, and by numerous sailing vessels which have arrived at this port, impressed upon the community the fact rbat there never has been more ice, and, consequently, more danger, encountered in the navigation of the Atlantic ocean, than in the last two or three months The bad weather which we have experienced oo shore added to our anxie.y for the tempest-tossed voyagers t sea. Ships have be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 April 1856

THE VAUBV FARIWER-OEVOTBO TO THE TRÜB IMCS, AND WORKING MEN, m fUllvluild iflMvUfi V AI I FY FARMER i r Mil Iwl till! From taa Stfentfiic American. rLotM xnn bkf.ad. makfh, alLLEHM, Mmwbb Editors: Wheat sown in the fall will produce grain much heavier than the same seed sown in spring; and one hundred lbs. of winter wheat flour will make more and Detter bread than one hundred lbs. of flour made from spring wheat. Millers find it economical to use large stones in grinding; but large atones injure the quality of the flour. No mill-stono should be over three feet in diameter, flour from such a stone will make more and better bread than flour made from a 5 foot stone; so that 1 00 lbs. of winter wheat ground with three foot stones, and baked v..- - ' uj gur uei, w.u. , drags and chemicals at present used, will make 170 lbs. of good bread. 100 lbs of the same deflout lked as women ris hr a Blt rhAt lomiliac will melra I 4 - bake for their families will make 140 lbs. of good bread. 100 lb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 11 April 1856

4 turnt A NBWS AND BUSINESS PAPER-DEVOTED TO FOREIGN AND OOMBSTIC NBVI(S, iORAlS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICUITURB, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIBTY. VOL. XXIV-NO. 17. BKOOKVILLE. FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1856. WHOLE K UMBER 1213. Jjfiroftssiinmi Carta. I Dim m. B.,-fnr.itu in nil James slreete. Brook ville.lnd . unii ii. i- ., .i ... ...ii..a, Hnii . rmwrs K I LOO BS, -Jl'STlt'R of rnaPKACR eJ tw! vww tli t'oaaseltor at lit, Hrook Tll, Ind. Orr a, Msiorj Weii'i new bolhltug rroolteg the faurt House OS ISM. 10I10W, ATTOKRRV A COUR 41ULng. Brook villa, la. 9149 w.i". i.rrii .10.7. ileus's IS WAM,-ATTOHSITCO0ELI0K AT. LAW. rri. over rowrs' Slow. 1 etile, last. WH J. KKLLXY, ATToks K V AT LAW saw n rmn, O r r i e a , one 4.or of the Valla; Hauen. Rrwok villa. Ind. Will Uko aetnr,wl.lgineele of llemJs, Uko Bod eetlit? OweosUioi.s, ASMavlte Ac. rflHOMAS J. WWrflfc-RoTAKV PURUC, A Uipat, lao., will Me deposits. .n and MlMwL..nata,au.l attend I Notarial bnelneee t" -I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 11 April 1856

A NBWSPAPBR-CONTA9N9NG A BR9KF SUftfltt ARY OF THE UTBST P0RB9GN AND DOMESTIC INTBLMGBNCB. INDIANA AMERICAN. ,Hlhway nr. wt7 ... . , . iff-- s I We barely Alltraeil, son tinv at;" In- lppr MiMitipi K9 niMi et t Trr, to iiwim taw, o fifol tWATt 4ff 9 '1 " 1 1 ' T. A. IWIH, Editor. BSOOKYILLE. IKDIAÄA IIBATt AFML 11,1 t e..pi, perhana. two Mn In ladrbtaapatli, end 11 ta a riMOin la Ma wealthiest aofUoa ' th k who ui la aavoMaa ta y, will da eil to rtswm Oer IUI fite Sick to the fact thui the Musouri I tufl-un . finding theunel unable toe ops with tho settlers of Know, had taken to robbing the emigrants while tm route for their new homes. A few weeks ago tbey seised at Lexington, Mo., as i luy 'supposed, a box of Sharp', rifles, being too poor or too mean to get them honestly. Bnt it turns ont that tbey only got a part of each gun. The rifle were useless, as the locks were shipped in one lot, which has aafr.lv arrival anrl th hnrrvU in un - faXTSIJBJBJSJSI WSS.V V , ' " ' isMiaaure!Bnt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 11 April 1856

A PAPER FOR THE PAM&V CJRCIB--8BV0TBD TO THE AMUSEMENT AND INSTRUCTION M mu nkii I I THE AMERICAN I Six Doggerie "Cleaned out." KINO ALCOHOL DETHRONKD ! pomAi sovEinoim tbithphast. We published last week a bort socouat of ilic mobbing and destruction of the doggeries in Princeton, by the ladies. In ani.xtia trom tho Princeton Clarion office, we hare a more detailed report of it which, we think, the extraordinary character of the act, and the feeling it indicates, justify us m publishing. Onatnrday. the ladies met and passed the following resolutions: At a meeting of the Ladies of Princeton, on Saturday, March 2 2d, 1856, it was unanimously Retolvcd, That there shall be no selling of sprituous liquors in Princeton. Resolved, That due notice be given to grocers and others, that if they presume to keep such lienors for sale, they may expect a visit from the Ladies to destroy the liquors. RtovJ, That there be no neutrality. Let it be distinctly understood that the majority o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 11 April 1856

THB VAUBY FARMBR-DBVOTBO TO THE TRUE IBRS, MBCHAN8CS, AND WORKING MEN. VALLEY FARMER i MM: . u n -U- m ! J- -1 aaL jl 1 1 HXDGES. BT WM. X. BAIBD. Mm. Edito;- Somuch has, of late, bmm mid and written rtlatira te the ealtura of tat Oaage' Orang for fanciug pmyuaai that, it aaama to me, any om ffaanwlng to add to what haa al- pbliahed ob thia lubjcci at laast, ui apology to the pub Bat, aa mqoiriec bare frequently ; to me, asking my opinion in Ittatioa to (Ait matter, thia may be i my apology for this in- aWsP' " I tkimk 1 aaa aay, than, at the on- it te no ranger, with me, a of opinion, but one of that, with the of earn, wa can hare a ! fence (the ground ftajfeg of g good quality ) with equal aawtnkty from the Oaaga Orange aa we rib, aa boards, or any other Bat I mean more by the i km, "right kind of care," than mm bo part ia a few lines of a commu- ajeamas to a newspaper. In my opinkm, the mas who undertakes hedging with aary eertsin promises of success, attet ha a man of care from ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 April 1856

I Ä NBWS AND BUSINESS PAPBR--DSVGTBD 70 FOREIGN äNü DOMESTIC NEWS, HORAIS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, MRS CULTURE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIETY. VOL. XXIV---NO. 18. BROOKVILLE. FRANKLIN COUNTY. INDIANA. FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1856. WHOLE NUMBER 12U. if roftssisnal Carts. 2B DAVIS, X D . - PltYBICM seit , OKOf ilir, i Ilia rtililiDN, Nflir o in 84 JBmatlrU.Hriokvlll,lntl. rrraTTS kiioomj uticb tb präcb V h4 Atwaa) CMMllir at lit, Brauk 111. l4. Ureire. fl.lt ry Waete ew building fr.mUi r th .M II...... 43 IHS3. HOl&OW. - ATiOH.XKV b COUSSK1I..U i . I . U - M - a 11 . i . I , wf M r. wv. , ni , t.a,w e Mlns.Uraoa till, lee. a I - 4-1 ALP.W4BD, - Ur....k .ill-. In.t. ATTOIlSEV 4 COP!H.I.OK OrrikS, aver Powere' Stire, J KttLlT.-ArrtmjiKV AT law urm rteiic 0 r r i r a . nne Unrtr ...Ii. I in Vtiiav H.i.iM, Rr....Km. I n.J. will lilttmil(itiiU of DaeUe, takea.i.1 cerly LtwHti.u. AAJditu. 6. THOMAS J WHITE.-OTAHV PUBLIC. X L.raBt, I en., will tag ilttptttltl.tee Inj ec -ki..ll.Hu, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 April 1856

A MEWSPÄPER C0WTA8NIW A BP3EF SUMMARY OP THE IAT asm mmmmz. INDIANA AMERICAN. , . ' MTW TtPTU.Ta UTT 4KB Law, M 7 Wtl Ca, 40 O ruMUL 4M." f. A. 00DWni, Editor. PKIDAV, APRIL IttlfSM. m BuaidEM ncn. llnctlt)tortranof aar papar. oar freulaW kua iMMMd that hav bow. bajoa 4 a,aaaHan, tSa) largaa cl relation ia ludtaua, - ML perhaps, two aap' ' loataaauolia, ao.l It trti&iitafea lot. -eshfcta pon.oo or the Ma. Baajluaaa M a..t to adrerUao In WWDUWiUr vallay, will do well to rememarikua4. HLWjll , I I I,' I if .I Li L IDlTOfiLAL CORRESPONDENCE. Xw Albany, April 10, '66. Dxan Riads: Am I in duty to tell you wwj I left the quiet i of my sanctum, to wander far from home ? Must I tell you 1 1 em going, And what I am goIII; far? Perhaps I shall, but at present I aland to be non committal, for U if should getont that I was election -earring for Gorernor, some of you woH bnrdly credit it, and I should ItenBy believe it myself. Leaving nil things in the care of my trasty Foreman, I re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 April 1856

A PÄPBR FOR THE PAM&V 03RCI.B ÖSVÖTE'O ?ö ÄiyjÜSEiyJEN? AND iWSYÄüCTIO WmiK ÄMfi SiD. Her, sir, it aaother plan which uij Aft-rifQtm would nick Into jour platform. I wem! J have our govern- ment demand aye, secure thu ribt of respectful funer! ceremonies to the American when he die, from every I stioo on the face of the footstool of for the protection of our firesides, our Almighty God with whom we hate families and our home, realst this inaroicble relations. Cheers j litis of paupers and felons who brinp; Is there any CtUholtc or any for-1 to us disease, poverty, and death. eigner ia America who will dare uj j Applause. this in an unjust demand? Sir, oar God knows we have our own inter movement embarrassed as it is by in- j mil troubles; but these are our busiternal difficulties, must establish, and j ness not the business of other nawill establish, sooner or later, that 1 lions; and we can fettle them aurwbieh ww bare never had, because we i selves without their interf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 April 1856

THE VÄUBY FARMER-DEVOTED TO THE MEREST OF PARMBRS, filfiCMAHiGS, UND WORKING MEN. VALLEY FARMER. AB LEY INSTEAD OF OATS. Id No. 3 of our present volume, we published a communication from a correspondent, in which the writer asserts his confidence that be can grow s many bushels of barley per acre as of oats" the one 4& lbs, the other 32 Iba. Hiring abandoned the cultivation of barley for many years peat, we were unable to judge of Iba correctness of the assertion, bat it struck as at the time as being worthy of further notice and further trial. That bright barley straw is superior to all other straw for stock, and perhaps nearly equal to good hay, we have Kite doubt; and if 48 lbs. of pain can be grown cr,i the same amount, of ground which would produce bat 32 of oats, we wo'd at oaee abaudon the cultivation ef the latter und take to the former. We incline to think the wetter is stilt in error: yet there can be little doubt but it less oats were grown, and more barley, w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 April 1856

A NEWS AND BUSINESS PAPBR-ÖEVOTED TO FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MORALS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OF SOCIETY. VOL. XXIV-NO. 19. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1856. WHOLE NUMBER 1215. HVH 4. truer I TTBTTS XILOOBX, JUSTICE or tbbPKACB B ..1.1 llLfiM, Ji I'aii .i I U. I I a a. II ttTii. lad. onr, Mstari Waal'i new bull. Una- ' froiillftf lea CoMin Hoin iSIRS lk?LHuiia)ag,rooktlI, lad. tl 43 ÄLV.WAJtO,-ATTOR5tYiOOUnBLLOM at Law. un i, er Powers' stow, kvlite, Ib4. I IffOtB J. HLUrT,ATTUI(illlY AT LVW . IF Jmai fi'iuc Of 10 , one door e..iUi of the Vall y llouw, Brook III, lad. Will Mtiowixlm.uu of Ut, take and er- ' tlty Owf Woes. AtUlavlu Aa. IP HO MAS J. WHITt S0TABY PUBLIC, X t-auaet, I as., will tola desoalliOBe and ae-BWnwU-lsiwjwate.aail attend to Notarial bueiuess i lr on 1 Ult Sek St led enable of Deeds, I Mirii, ate. OFFIC K Ooe door uoolh or tha Traar Store. IKooIv,f??i! for nt far r. w.ull . Biiunur.w ntrajTiuT for p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 April 1856

A NEWSPAPBR CONTAINING A BMf SÜIWM THE MTBST P0RB80N A NU DOMESTIC INTBUJGBNCB. INDIANA AMERICAN slier MMIt eet to rat.-?, ro , laasr M u an reaa aNal T. A. GOODWIN. Editor "taooKtu.i.K tnnuMA rmo.it. 41-uii in..-- t Mi Itata Rwaleene hä kbve ..' TO HI L !;. want lf II' l,t r, I IMI we ut A t IfWMUli'." Iii III' ta, two fa pa re ll UlllIMIx ..i. Inula wealii.s i ifti ene Ue.i cn, in u wu i Sr (Mu- .- 1 U'l, a. IIa, .! II HI "I Ihd BDXTOEIAL CORRESPONDENCE. Isldw m r all, April 10, HJflo. Da.ii. IUab. I wis compelled to clone ny Jotter abrupt I, at New Albany, or ba loft by tho boat on whieh 1 wished to take a southern trip, a tling1 was quite unwilling to submit to. Hot baring been 4a Now Albuny for a vera, years, I was surprised to tee ita tarrproeoment in business and population. I bar indeed bo. n i .luilv ra4ar of the Tnbnnt, but its Hinted dimensions had not apprised nie of . tha growth of tha city. It gives daily, nearly or quite as much reading matter tone of the Loulvil?o pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 April 1856

A PAPER POR THE PAM&Y GiRClE-DBVOTBO TO THE AMÜSEMENT ANÖ INSTRUCTION OF Wliflfi AN 010. THE AMERICAN. ComiiasriiLB. April 19th, 1856. Ter Gboaik Holl v.sn. Esg., Sir: Your malignant assault upon me tfcroaith the columns uf tile Iru.i.iria American of the 18th inst . from its eoarau language doe- nut entitle- you ! to the courtesy of an anawer.but a re-1 gar J to my character for jadieial in tegrity induces ono. and j roe noiaia you attemot to make 9my reply to the same in brif are about the Your first statement is that 1 signed your first Bill of Exceptions with no good will. As I used no language tu indicate any unwillingness, yeur Statement is fl aod r;r;itiiiUnn. Your next statement is, that I refused to take down the testimony. This it false again. 1 did take it down, omitting only what was wholly irrelevant. L"en if I hnd not. I do Bot know that a Jndgi is in he degraded into a mere scribe and made thn slav of attorneys, and thus occupy the time of the .Court at th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 April 1856

OP FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN. - 1 - THB VAUBY PARMBR-OBVOTBO TO THB TRÜB ä UTERES? VALLEY FARMER. Tba foaUanrtaf very iattmtiog letter awraasad to the Committee on Agriomltnre io the Houaa of Repreeesutpraa, gftee A aUikiog sketch of the ob sola, purpojc ad operetioae of the Agrtoaliural Bareau of the United State Petent Ofleo; tjvms Si at es Patint Owes. , Kr- March 31. '56 Dear Sol Agreeably to reqnoal, herewith 1 furnish you with tome of the principal reasons why Congress should increase th Agricultural Appropriations hersafter to he expended by this office, with some of tho benefits to the country which have already resulted from the appropriations Bade io years past One of the prime objects of appropriations has been the introduction of new and useful rege table products hitherto unknown in the United States, and tfce increase and dissemination of those superior qualities, which have already been cultivated or otherwise known. Measures have been taken to procure from ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 May 1856

A NEWS AND BUSINESS PAPER--DEVOTED T8 FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MORALS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRJCÜITURB, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIETY. VOL. HIV-NO. 20. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1856. WHOLE NUMBER 1216. i IJroftsstonal Cark t m. IlATIft. H. D-.-PHYSjcIAS BUB r.Küi. ore. ..a. at hit reitdeace. eoratr a ale anil Ja rate ttreeta.rJrooh villa ,Ib4. iTTSÜI mOOll,-JUITICSormPBACK j ei.J li.mj .' Coemeltor et law, BtMi rllle, iti'l. Oifiii. Malory West's eew hulldlag frouii nf lhe Co i rt Mosa 43 IASJ. VTOBJtOW, ATTOKSBV a. COVKHaLi. , 7. . U , .... V II.. I..,. tJiu .Brook villa, lAet. si 43 Z.W WAHn ATTOBKlTACOPtlBBLl.OH AT LA W . rookvtlU, In I. 0(8 J KIUXT.-ATTOKSHV at LAW lit Xottiirviuo. 0 1 1 1 a . ana door ouia of MM valley 1 (him, H rx.k in, ind. will lakeaekiowle.giaeete of Ooodt, take end earllty Owpotlllooi, ABWartte Be. rpHOMAS J WHTT1,-50TARY PUBLIC, fc i nnU,aB'! attaint lo A b.uaai, law., wui ail aepoamona en i ecJtoUrlai bmtuote BBBWSeil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 May 1856

ft NBWSPAPBR--CONTA9N9NG A BRIEF SUMMARY OP THE IATEST FOREIGN AND OOiESTJC JNTBIUCBWCB. INDIANA AMERICAN. SftYfa CT TO OTB, TO LI1MTV taW, SWaT o, ana o rAL ..' r. a rwnr, Editor. j - j FRIBATi "LAV 8 ISM sine the WftabtwwMnt V oar paper, ftr 1re": tUw Ium tMNMi tks l wa U now. beyon i I the MM UWM lavmmm, - -rftape.two pafsHft Id Indianapolis, and It MS) sftttbw MWkMH portion oi tue MS was wafcl VO wuniK hi etley , wl d welt to remstuOld Iio6 Harmony. The pro pect of harmony in the raakt of the Slave Oligarchy of Indiana grows small by degrees. It is wtlsVjjMWP that the nomination of Mr WtQswd gave mortal offence to many lostg4rd democrats. They had insisted that to call the demratic party "the whiaky party" was slanderoa that it waa in favor of Temperanew die., The state convention howevaf did two things it denounced the Prohibitory Law. thus patting itself upas th recoed as opposed to legal piohiWs.no it then passed by thousaada of sober men and selected, as principal sUndard be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 May 1856

A Um MH TUB FArMV ßJÄClE-OEVOTEO TO THE AAÜüSEfülENT AWftOISf fiüCTJON OL? VOM, AM0 910. THE AMERICANi Mt. Caiuiu, Ind.. April 86, 1856. Mr. Editor:---You may think it Strang tbt I who have aiway acted, with ibe Democratic party, should ad draaa a communication to your paper in preference to the Democrmt, bat it it from a fait conviction that, did I do o, it would not t admitted. Ia this matter I hope I may be mistaken, and that ita column may be open to Democrats who take grounds against, the repeal of the Missouu Compromise, which is to be Iba great Wad ing muse to the coming canvas. My objeoi sow is to inform the publie, and my democratic friends ia particular, that at the primary election , held in thin Township. Mr. John Williame and myself were refused our vote on the ground that we disapproved of the repeal of the Missouri Compromise. Eaoh had subscribed to a resolution which was paeeed indorsing the landing principles of (he democ ratio party. But thie wae not enough, in our...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 May 1856

THE VAUBY PARMBR-OBVOTBD U THB ft ARMS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN. VALLEY FARMER. --' -j e-a a lprtof the Committee appointed at the May Meeting of the Frank Hm County AfTioultval Society, I Iavtatigate tat Caaae and Ctre of the Gape in CUokem Tonr Committee, feeliif the importanee of the subject eifillleit them, nave not been ia hatte to "pat it tarcragh." bat hare given it that patient investigation which iu importance Wa think It ie not attaching too wmA importance to the proeesde of the poultry yard, to say that no department of larming pays better than it done, when woll regelated and well stocked. Whether we regard them ai a source of income, or a matter of convenience and luxury, Sggl and chickens stand second to nothing. It ia important, then, that whatever tends to diminish the profit or pleasure sho'd bo removed. Unquestionably the gaps in young chickens is the greatest enemy to the rase. If Vermin stay their thousands, these slay their ten thswsaads. It is aow no longer ...

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