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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 20 January 1854

i; TT" BY T. A. GOODWIN. BROOKYILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20. 1351. VOL. XXII. NO. 5- 1 ? ProflMioiinl Cnrdi ,v UK. J. V. Jvlil ilj l , QttilQ Surgeon Dentist, OKrif k n.xK noon outu oktiik VALLKV HolMC. itiim, All urk warrniiteil. Diu J. W. KKKI.Y, "rgafvf anamination ur ail lc. J. k- . - - J. II. DAVJH, M, IK Pia v Irl nn & Surseon, iMVr'U K I hi Mildt, nrntr of Mttlu Bil l Vjatuft tlrueU, UrMiktllli'. Iml. f( III M KII.Jli: JaaUranf h IVnra, t au4 AlUiftn-y ami MHillor al law, llrm.lt vlllo, I a. I. on. ouil Kail Curnuf uf J'uUli iuri. 3, 1M43. W.ttOlllttlWt' AU.tritPT arid roinilloral Law, Ulli . J Halls' bulMinv, llmuWtills, tHdiaua. lil-43. 1 I. JO'S I. a Attorney ami Counaellor a k't hul Uillji V nT. rilOOKSimKi Attorney CltOOKftH MC, Attorney and l, Couitttir at Law. OHIO tu llallu't IniHlhif , Hroohvlil, laillana. 43-"W Jit. ItlH'I.I'Hr.t AttortmyktUw. Ofllrs i on Hurirt'Matrl,lwoUuort nurUt ofCfo. Ilullaaj'aomca, UrHavllle. U-'M JW. IIITT, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 20 January 1854

miHBiAsnuERiüs; BR 0 0 KV I L L K , INDIANA. rniDAi mvAiiv to, ms. Tkt Ult TtmytriiBct Caavenllan. Tb largest and most enthusiastic convention ever held in Indianapolis was held laat week. Indeed we feel aafo in saying that a convention of more moral worth, of more decision and determination never met in the United States. It was emphatically a gathering of the intelligence and morality of the State. Thm people were there on business that concerned them. It was not a convention of office holders and office aeekers. We saw a few of these standing around gaxing with awe and wonJer on tho movements of an enter,rize that the had thought was confined to a few fa natics. To us it was a season of inccseant rejoicing, and though several days have elapsed we are yet too much excited to do the subject justice in our report. As we looked around over the Convention we recognized many an old familiar face enjoying the enthusiasm, and girding on the armor, and vowing to conquer or die, who but a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 20 January 1854

KMAM Bora T'. C if SOTT'S IMPROVES-F.XTRACT OF V YKLLOW DOCK. AS1) ARSPAKILLAi art a ttxsBt roe Hereditary Taint. TVoutatdi of Individual are enrsed wtlh tvowteOiaplaleU, which they inherit from their J.arnu. Ttr as of tht Yellow Dock od Santapariil will prevent aft this, and save a vaatamous Battery, aa aay valuable lives, for U Iber tgbry expelr frm IB rttem the blent taint Hales, b law seed) of duresse, and to lake off the own by which Ute sin or misfortune of the par at are o often vUiUxfnpoa the inuoceul off spring. Parent owe it to their children to guard them galntt th ffn-U of maladies that may t romnnnlc-iUd by decent, and children of pareunia! barest any time been affected with Consumd tloa, Scrofula or Sypr-.ilia, owe it to thomtclvet to take p rocau lion against the disease behij revived U them. Gay so It's Extract of yellow Dock and Sarsaparille la a tart aalUote in soch catct. ITySoe tdvttlx went. tTlf yoa want any Boot or Shoe, go to HUDSOS, 5. 823, Walnut Street, who...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 20 January 1854

Slavery la the Field. ' An ovtrt attempt is get on foot in "Mr. Douglas's Nebraska bill to ovtr- . ride the Missouri Compromise. The eighth section of the acts, admitting Missouri as a State is as follows: "In all that territory ceded by France to the United States, under the name of Louisiana, w hich lies north of 30 degrees and 30 minutes north latithe State contemplated by this net, alavery and involuntary servitude, otherwise than in the punishment of crime whereof the parties shall hare been d unconvicted , shall be, and is hereby, forever prohibited: Provided, alwag, that any person escaping into the same, from whom labor or eervice is lawfully claimed in any State or ' Territory of the United States, such fugitive maybe lawfully reclaimed and 'conveyed to the person claiming his or Vi luhnr nr -rvipfi. na aforesaid." This plain and equivocal declaration that neither slavery nor involuntary servitude shall ever exist in our North-, west Territories, is unceremoniously hustled ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 January 1854

J - . BY T. A. GOODWIN. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1854. VOL'. XXII. NO. 6. I?r;r5r:Icnal Cards Dr. J. W. KEELY, Cir;::a Dentist OFFICE OAK DOOS SOUTH OPTHB Y ALLEY HUVSE. r ar.tai. All wrk warranted. So Harre for MMlMIlM er advice. 41-lJ. J, R DAVIS, M. D., Phytic. an & Ourpeon, OFFICII l alt reeldeaee, eotaer of Main aad iri Broofc villa. In. CYnrSXXILCORE JaeUMvf U Fe, od A itoraer aad Councilor al lav. Brook vUte, lad. OsvaioaUll Caraaiaf Ti.ölioBiara. 43, IUI. Y7 J If . Uf, OlDea II. 7 lUUe'e vill,idiaaa. 'ft 1-45. T D. JO.ir.S, Atlorae y aad Coaaeeilor ai Offlc I HaUe'e tallA' Law, Brook vlii,Iad. L 1 . I (ill IT WC CBCOKiniNX. 11 ( Coaotellor al Law. Offlte la Mailt' alldlng , Brook villa, Indiana. 4- J T tt. ntLVnti Attorut it U. Off J, Barraatttreet, twedoort avrtn of Ceo Hoi laad't OlBc, Brook villa. '43 Y W IIITT. AttoraevatLaw.aad Noury Pee. Jt lle.omce wlla Caoaaa Holl., Km., Brook tltlt, Ind. " ALF. WAIID, ' ATTORNEY COUNSELLO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 January 1854

TIE ISBIABÄ AMICäT DROOjvVILLE, INDIANA :. rniDAT JAXVAUY ST,X!854. As Apprentice Wanted. Ayoang man of good habit who wants to. oake a good printer and a nse ful man, who neither smokes or chewa tobacco will flnj a good ailuatioa by rP'J'off won at this office. 7IreIIelp. Our neighbor of the Democrat retii mends the following as a luitible temperance law as embracing the sentiment of the t;mperance convention. We give it to our readers with much pleasure, thoagh we do not agree with him iii the t'etails of the bill. It has always been our lot to hold back the ardent and enthusiastic, and we ire sure neighbor Eent'ey will take it kindly in ua to ug-jest some modification to bia bill. If however the worst comes to the worst, and it is that bill or none, we are at present inclined to bejuve that it would be better to endure the evils and inconveniences such a law would impose upon community, than the evils of the present unrestrained liiror traffic, Here is the bill: An act to prohibi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 January 1854

1 I - (Tomratrchl. L.IUREL MARKKT. CotHICTIO WltKtT wv r n CLEMENTS. j . . SO Ual 35 Corn HeXaeed Text Day fetatMS CO 1 Barle 43 1.10 I rjeewas. 3 23 I Batter U) I CbMM 9 10,00 1 Feathers 33 40 I Woo4 2.ÜÜ Ctlar Grtrt Price. CaciKTiiwiiiiiii J. ft. A.J. T. COOLEY PRODUCE DEALERS' Wheal 100 rln. per. bo. Osie 33 e per N.w 'rn 30 - IBef Sp'" Kweet Potatoes .Of U Halter IS eta. pr. lb. l-arvl tu. par. lb. Sugar 7 V wu4 J,oo per cord, I Irl 00110 .HI CIS IKirr Meto. per. lb Cirt 18 M Ib.. Fulbert 0 cu. par. lb. West Union Market. COERrCTEOU'XEItT JTKiJI OLIfHASI &Co. Wh-! Oat, Barley, rhu Sm4 Lard pet lb. White beans Tallow 1,00 I Corn, 30 3 (Rys, 5t 45 I Potatoes 25. I,U Bitur 1 12 I Flour per 100 $250 H I Feathers 25 1.00 1 Drl:4 Avp' 90 85 ,00 I BewaX 10 I Hay 9,0t ;ri eta an a rax krlee. (OIIKTI WCIKLT IT J. C. BUM OS. Wheat, Cor, Huiur, 100. 30. 55. 16. Pols Uwe, Date, Farley, Ell. Lard. 30. 33 45. ''' 33. Floar, 5.25. Feathere, 3540. Floor bbls. Flaxseed. 15. White Bea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 January 1854

tlctt alf. nv TV- n J - ibs it;... usiciasr, r Flsmer-nelUs " Soft MiJsummer air, cheeir Ith un hin and perfumed with til tho aetnca that It had robbJ out of hit nursery traf of n, crept, in mrouffn the monthly roses ihv purrn ana int nail-open COUagft . door, to make itself al hom In George Bweyne'a room. It busied itself there, weep ntr and ruatiinrr hnni ir if much right to the place end wuu much Hit tenant of It, a the rardener hlmaelf. It hid alto a tort of feminine inj wifely claim on George j who, hatrlnj been spending a half an hour over a abort letter written upon a larje ehoct, waa Invited by th Midsummer air to look after hit carden. The. best effort were beinir made by his trentls) friend to tear tut paper from hit hand. A boo had come Int9 the room (Jtorjo kept beet and had been hovering about the let tcr.to drunk, poMibly with honey that he bad mistaken it for a crest I Ijr . Certain! he did at lett title upot It. The 111 waa legal document to this ffectt . 'Sir, Wo ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 3 February 1854

1 BY T. A. GOODWIN. BROOKVILLE, FHANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1851. VOL XXII. NO. 7- Dr. J. W. KEELY, Surgeon Dentist AFFICK OXE DOOR SOUTH OF THK VALLr.Y V Not Ml, cr rrxu. All orK warraiueu. ü arjre for examination or It leu. 4l-ly. J. B. DAVIS, M. D., 1' liyaicinu & Surgeon, OVriCK at bi rsi.loiHi eon Jauie trvt-u, Urovkvllle, lud VFICK at hi resi.lorHi, corner of Main and Jauie trvt-u, Urovkvllle, I ml. CYIU'f KILiiOlli:, Jaul!- of Ota 1'eare, and AUornt'y and Ccunnnllnr at law, HrookTllle, lad. Office South Kl Cornor of fubllo Stjaaro. 43, lr53. WDlOUIlOWt Attorney and Counsnltorat Law, Office So. 7 Halle's bultJin-, Broukille,ndiana. 3. t p. jo.r.s, ey and Counsellor at Office la Halle bull 3-'53 in Law, tirootviUe,Iod. XT M'C. CUOOKSII AK, Attorney and 11, Countollorat Law. Offlce in Halle' building, tjrookrtile, Indiana. 43-'53 Jit. 51'CLrilE, Attornoyat law. Ofllr-e , on Barg street, two door Burin of Geo. Hol laad'aOffice,Urookvillo. - 4-'43 JVt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 3 February 1854

T Ii R I H II II II I 1TTIRTFIV i biU makins thc who,e ,crritor ont iwu.lUUlUUU UUUU1UUU. t) to secure to a avenr. bevond ft i ftUOOKVILLK, INDIANA rniDAY, rcnnuAUY s ism SIXULE COPJKS of the IXDTAXA A lMJilCAXein. be had at this oCice, neatly enveloped and pre paid tilth stamps, ativ cents each. Person who bar not tin to writ Utters wilt fine) this a chesp means of endiog newt to their friends. An Approatlc Waml4 A young into of good habit who want to rnak a good printer and a uful man, who neither smokes or chews tobacco will And a food situation by applying soon at this office. Greacastl aad ttooAskarr Vml versify unA Cosa pr Our readers have all heard of tho f4jnu'iVoN)romieb;twcen tho Ir.jian and White hunter, on tho occasion of dividing tho game that hid been obtained by their united efforts. MYoU tak th buzzard and I'll take the tar key, or I'll tale the turkey and you tike the buzzard," wero its simpls conditions The Indian could but utter a fe bio remonstrance at having the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 3 February 1854

(From ths LouUvill Democrat.) Tis Itallrtaut ! ErU Ther can bo no tlaubt of th great advantages which will accrue) to Louie1U, Jel)?nonllI, nJ to New Albany, by eecurinj a direct railroad connection between th (II of the Ohio river nJ convenient point on Lake Erie. The people of New Albany common ceJ movlaf in thie matter laat summer, tod barin; now matured their plane and made auch arrangements is will, with vigorous action oa their part, aecure the completion of the road, they ask the cooperation of Louiaville and Jeforionvllle la the full belief that the project la ono in which they all hare a common interest, and which may be to managed aa equally to aubaerve all their purpurea. Ia detsrmlnin j at what point on the Like to make their connection, they found two rival Intercata, from each of which tbey received offers of aid and as alatance. One cf these Intereata dcaired them to make BtUefontatne, a. point, and thence by the E ellefontalneroad to Gallion, and by the Cleveland and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 3 February 1854

Ti wimTTmTirrii natu i 'y " From the Daily Timci. Chrfstma anons Christians ; , tA SKETCH FOR TUK HOL1DAT. " - i ET tüTUIHLE GREES, .J. Bright glo cd the coal in the jrate of Wr. Uotviiy'a parlor last Chriatmaa eveDin;.. The Christian holiJay waJ about f Cloatpjr, n J aa had been hi custom for yean. Mr. Goodly had gathered hi family around the cheerful lire to review tho events of the day. Sir. Goodly waa a . pioua into and uulike too many of hi nctohbori, proper! appreciated thU cred anniversary, lie believed it to be of all others, a day when the Christian ahould rejoice in the poodncsi of his Ma- ' kef, and manifest hi thankfulnea by doinallin his pywer to make those round him happy. Consequently, Christmas waa always joyous at his home , and be and his kind wile and their aTec tionate children hailed it with anticipated pleaaure. - '1 Ii itiorninj had scarce dawnod ere Mr. Goodly ad Iiis wife, were awakened by the merry prattla of their maller children; They raised their heads a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 February 1854

1 ' " BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, F1UDAY,. FEBRUARY, 10, 1851. voLxxii.No. s; BY T. A. GOODWIN. professional (Tarts. Dr. J. W. KHELY, Surteon Dentist. - II1II1V OTTU OH K DOOR BUH 111 ur in -" IIOVfK, t- iTiiu. AU work warrant..!. ?o ' arge forilitlon er advice. ' '! J.I3. DAVJS," M, D., Ph tslclnii & Surgeon, Orr it rt t raaldeni-, earner f Mela and Jame iret, Brook III, lud. , iVnrTLcäoiiK. jii.tif r '. (j 4 Attorney and Couu.ellor at law, llrook vllle, I b.j. outre south Ka.l Corner of fyUllo iro. 43, IMS. WlttOIttlOW Attorney and CoonUoral ,u, om o. :iuus iiiidin Hrok- iu,a.tiaa t D. joVi . Hi UBroakvt I-4J. amg. A mM H .1 fAtltlAMlInf kl Aliurnii; m - ,U,tud. Ufiln t Hallo's bull '. riinOKXlIjIllii Alloro.T inn v il.CoHiHtllorilU. Olclulla-biiiltliif, t.rokiiie, inaiaua. J , on Merge imet, two doort north of 0 HalSand's Offlco.BlookTiH. m JW, niTTi Aiwrney at Law, end Hater Pub , ite, n..ewtii.Onoaa Hon.,.., rooS wilt, Ind. ATTORNEY JtCOUNSKLLOR ATLAW, Hro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 February 1854

MMLAiyuEjitii. H ?i TIL LK . "iNpJ A X A Miv. i Lnut inr 10, int. jrr sixüLi:'cöpiKs It Thf IX J) TAX. A VAV.'CJ.Vcan be had at this office, neatly i-im loped and prepid with ti-mpa, nte rr inch. Pereone whohsv not tlm to writ JrUfm will fint thi a cheap meto or tnJing ntw to their friends. Jin .1 1 f r 11 1 ir M itnl4 A young mun of good habits who wm la make a ijimhJ printer and as. Im I MH,hq neithrr smoke r rhew tobacco will find i good situation by -rrty' tibi ofii. Te tamM4e mI A ry redttsbl piece f poetry from ur yoong friend Cloud wkkh we ! tljncd fur publication, Is lost, We will try tdj better next time. Our laurel correspondent says torn good things, and some sharp thing, but wt Ju'jt whthr t!i e he k to ' prno would boecnefUteJ by publish Im hi communication. It I to be regretted that prfttt4 temperance wan will lend hi Influence to tit aide of in Utperene , but such a publication I ot likely tofuro hlill. Kino U Informed lint IC hi will Uli ui who It I that report marke...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 February 1854

."' i 4 v s Oairton Ccrrtspantntt. ar vilfta Crri 4rm. WisnisoTos, Jin. 31, '34. TotTo r tue Amekicjii: The bulnett ofieeeh makloj In ConjjreM goea bravcl oa. It U now rrunifeet that the Urtry queitioa la to bs ths question of tha lewion. You will of couri ander aland that the north la to blama for in - troJucIaj the fire branJ. Had not the membera from the northern titatee rais ted. the DougUa bill which proviJea for ettln;aiid the compromises of 1820 and 1830 there would have been none of the an jrr debate that ia now, and that wilt be for month. Mr. Doujjiaa ia ashamed of the apeech he made yetterday, if that fact can be deduced from the fact that he haa publiahed quite a differsnt one this morning. The Senator, yesterday, indulge J in the use cf auch terns aa "unmitigated Ilea," "pure, unadulterated Abolition, FreeSoil, Ni;;rUin," and other delectable phraes of the tarne class, all of which are carefully expurgated from hia authorized apeech. The fact ia significant. It learea o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 February 1854

BIMt Extract. Rev.. Erwin Huue, in clwinj; hi Recount of the Temperance Conuiit'oa I Indianapolis makes the follow ing uppuaJ to the young men of Indi w o as eloquent as it Ii approana. it 1. priate: Young men of Indiana! su Jeron to exhort yoa who. though a young man , of Ohio, hns hi h tart's sympathies trithyou. la the work ot carrying furward to complvto triumph "the tt nirn rancc cause in your täte, you have much to du. - Rest nut now. ,Th yawning door of perdition i wide -tptn in jour midst Will you let it cuntinueotvn? Willrou let desolation .;n i.r...k. .u.. r .: . . . ; t mi-Ii me i,urc!w portions oi your ; state? Arc you williu to . your friend, und vour bruiho, and vour! . .. i .. nMcn. arounn vou uroniieu mine; damning pool? AVÜ1 rou . ttnd bj unmoved, whilv the bride of to-day be'comes the forlorn widowof tonum-ow. and will you be idle, too, as twit be! aoia wie nouiesi ot 1 our own DFtKBCr- ' fcood link down todarkntes aad the worm? Momentous event m-e before , you, an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 February 1854

t t i . i . . . . , , , , BY-T.-A. GOODWIN. BROOKVILLEl FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1351. Vol xxii. -no. f. rotoional Carts. Dr. J. W. KKELY, Surgeon Dcntlrt. OFPICK UXK DOOR KUUTII OKTIIK VAU.rW HOlK. i'f itiii). Alt or warrautxl. N arf for.aiuiiieuuetr advlra. i-ljo J. U. DAVIS, M. D., I'll y iclnii & Siirtjcoii, rtnCK at 'a reslJeafe, forner of Main ami "jaaaea .treats, ÜrwA villa, l'l. CVlll-'TKIMJOHr, Jnallreof the IVara, anl Attorney ami Counsellor at law, llrookville, 1b4. om.'e seat Ka.i terser of public setter. .. i3, 18J4, , tt ,TIOIIUOVt Attorney an.t Counslloret H,U, OUtc o. 7 JiaiU'a buiUm, HruukVi!, Indiana. 1 " " in .I. ' D i iv v v a a A .1 rAiinullitt . t.. hrooVrillo.tud. O 8lo In tlella'e bullII nj. 43-53 NIH'C. CUOOICSH ttlt . Attorney and Counsellorat Law. Omc.inllalle'.hMililliia-, Brookvllle, ludiana. O-'iS f li"ilCt.t.'Iir. Altonioyat Uw. Offlea J, on A.rrsir..t. twoUoor. north otOtin. HolUnd'aUftea, Urookvlll. 4J-'J3 JW. II ITT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 February 1854

?5" IDDIÄDÄ AUKRICAH. rniDAr, rijuitv aiit m tau. tO'A PPIMXTICK waxtkd. jtir sE'dlil:orjKs tu IXVIAXA AJfEIUCAXcn bo had at this oßcc, neatly enveloped and prepaid with etaiaps, atrt (tnti eh. Aclmitlt4tiMiti. Wt art under obligations to lion. J. II. La, fur en importaat ptlkj document tht speech of Hon. Charles Ilugl.s of New York, on tbo lUaoe and r.tria. TIet ltrkvllle ltnk Wt arc glad to announce that lltta bunk It now ia opcratioiw A an ci dc act of the confidence of tbo people in lt,wc learn that though the bank did not profess to bo open, and the ofticcrs more tban tinted tüt they wer not ready t9 do badness, wafly IIIOOO were deposited on Friday and Saturday, and several persons wer gl vi. ig gold for tha f apcr of tka bank. It will do ft good business. If any bank is safe it U. rxo advtrtUcmcnt. rur Our Cincinnati Correspondent, saye: "Tha market in flour la Inactive. Buyers ar not willing to pa the price while holders art wilting the arrival of not steamer." It la selling...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 February 1854

Tal kl ras; Uko Mam. Hon. Daniel Mace, of the 8th Con grcsstonal district ia this state, an out and out compromise, Baltimore plat form Democrat, thus writes to his con ttituents: A question is now pending in Con -rea to repal the Missouri CompromLw ict of 1820, which restricts alarery in what Is called tho Louisiana Territory, acquired iron France by treaty of 1C03, north of latitude 3ü d2. 30 min. No more Has been made in or out of Congress, to repeal this act. since its passage, thirty-four years ago, until the preseat session of Congress. If repealed, it will permit slavery to txist in a country now free, equal in extent to ten States as large as Indiana, the greater part of it beioir susceptible, as lam told, of high cultivation and improvement. The movement, in my opinion, is a violation of plighted faith, and an enormous outrage upon the rights of the people of the non-slare holding States. If slavery is introduced into this territory, it excludes my constituents from it, at ...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 February 1854

r fh From t'io liiap,isJnt I'rca. Xr.W AllllAXüKJlCVTü! Commrncliif Jimiarf tat 1951 ORE A T DESTRUCTIOX Railroad an.l Drunkards Transportation Co., via, CidcrvUU, rorterville, Beertown, WinceUle, Brand ghor on yh, Rw.cjxJia, Whisly City, ttc.tic. Various c (Tor U during the year 1C52 -3, to induce the LogisUture to repeal the cCartcr of this well known company, having signally failed, and its puerile cnactnn-nts to embarrass its operations having proved entirely inadequate to arrest its onward progress and growing popularity, tic directors have ' the pleasure of assuring their numerous friends and patron, that this road tc ruin is in a more prosperous condition than crcr. Within the last three months it has carried more than thtcc hundred thousand passengers, who have gono all tho way "through" frpi the city of Temperance o the city of Destruc tion, while tho number o "way passenger?, who have ken Accomodated with very convenient . "lifts," Las tocft almost incredible. An enormous ...

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