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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 31 October 1856

A NBWS AND BUSINESS PAPER DEVOTED TO FOREIGN AND DOMEST9C NEWS, MORAtS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, ACR3CUITURE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIETY. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1856. VOL XXIV-NO. 46. WHOLE NUMBER 1242. professional Carts. OATta, at- 0.,- PHVurus a- t'H J, nan (ri. . itDi' r' Ki ( Xrfa. ah V .In trU Hro.. ttl- Ii.l 1 IIUXT.-ATTOK.IKV AT LA auv.at eV.i ir O.rii .' th ni T nl TtMfA Mwhla'i HrMk lila. I ml. Will Uta ar-hawl-iii"ila l IWilt, lataaud earllfj Datrualuoaa, AWdaalta Or. ATTOKIIBV COUBHKILA A. Ulrica, Mo. 7, Hall' ld1ag,Urssttl III, lad. tl 43 ipiOlil 7 WHITTL-Sotarv PUBi.n g LCt,lB., H .Upill. in, I fe.at4gmaaU,auO eUvud te Notarial uuinw gaily. , OD W, KXSIT. OTABT PUBLIC aaooaviuLe., iMn.n i rKf.riKf.ii hadfawawd base ataeeetaddaateala ot üaeüi. UftC 0..4iKr n vilta of lha Tjnrf 1A J.t. W. t lilt ,-? i rr y UUHVII.LH.IH AH .lft tnml. Ma oeag for u.ti aal m sdriae. I eaa aeeeteatb' o San I a mn at af kuta rVMr and draahaa. Alas, .. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 31 October 1856

A NBWSPAPeR--CONTMHMN A BR3EP SUMMARY OP THE LATEST PORE8QN AND DOMESTIC INTBIUGBNCB. INDIANA AMERICAN. wm r.rmmm i "ri.iMi itT to ntn, to libmtt n tw, O r.OB WT CI, HO (lIU4 L iwi." T. A. GOÖDWII. Editor. INDIANA. rIDAY,:TOHi:W at, ItM. T IClDIMi 1 S-loeftUft ftnmrtBmetttof our ftt,eT tttcaUsUb aaaee 1mtm4 Uwt w have bayonl Mütta. Ureas lolrenlatlon Indiana, Ouyl, mmMo pspe In UdleuapolU, end u to ft traft Ifttioft la Ue we- ,c m mcUou I U NU. atealBSSS who want toadverttea I o Waiiwata-. iut.wiii dowftttu waseuu tot . " PEOPLE S TICKET. ;J. C. FREMONT. fON VICE-FBSMDNDT, WM. L. DAYTON. BLBCTORS VOR TUX 8TATN AT LAMI. Job A . Haaaatcae, of JitofH Caaaty. tAmL w. Hftcftft. or CftaatrMfTIICT BLBCTORH. 1st Dial. Jamfta T. Katbrsw; M Dtel. Randall rrawfwrd; M PtsW J- V. AUtooftj 4U DiC JoftB D. Howl a J; tu DtoC Seleoa Trualer, , Die. Horn Uo C. üewcatb; 71 DU. Wm . O CoSln; 8th Dtot.-Calab V.Jaaoe. Mi Diet. Daniel D. Pratt; 1Mb Ptoft Jliepb A. Mather, Utk Dtrt-Mlltüu a. RoWasoa. The B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 31 October 1856

A PAPER FOR THE PARSUY CJRCLB--DEVÖTBD TO THE AMUSBiBNT AND 3NSTRUCT30W OF YOUNG AND OlD. AfffSAI TO m PEOPLE OF IN PIAJTA! MATS ItfOtim TO Uk COM T CM Tat I FRAUD AND CORRUPTION EXPOSED t! RarrvuoAits or Ijidi t a : To haB fonglit a most coble and glorioos fight, rul hare maintained J or principle against an ansonspuMl Me, With a gallantry that deferred ueoesa. Bat 70a have ben overEwered, yoar rights t mm pled under t, jor principles am' your tenders temporarily orerwhel ned. by the Met atrecioo frauds eter peraetrated against the purity of the ballot-box. Intal it be br the Border Ruffians in Kansas and the ballot-box stuffers in California, from every portion of Suiw tbe Intelligence thickens upon us nod tat evidence increases, showing soet conclusively that the vote of the State ban been decided ajaiast yon by importations of fraudulent voters from Ohio, Michigan, and more especially frnn Illinois and Kentucky. In all the border oouniies of the two latter States, and la other c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 31 October 1856

THE VALLEY FARMER-DEVOTED TO THE TRUE INTEREST OP FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN. VALLEY FARMER. How to Fatten Anim tli. Do it just as you fatten men. As we begin to write on this subject, we louk around, in imagination, upon the many hale, rosy, rubicund rentier of the Rural American, and we are half inclined to throw down our pen. Shall we presume to tell that circle of fat people how to enlarge the corporulity of their, domestic animxla? Don't they know already? Are they not a quiet, easy let of people? They are not dis turbing themselves about KanBaa, or the fate of the Union, or a railroad to the moun. Don't they eat good . I, h n.l a plenty of it? Ar.. I don't they exercise enough to promote good digestion, and not enough to wear upon them? Yes, they do all these sensible things, and everybody sees that they are in a good state of preservation. Apply this in the fattening of animals, for mau is but an animal of a high order. Keop the creatures quiet. Let them have an airi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 7 November 1856

, I mtxtwx. -SaaSWw ' A NEWS MHO 8USJNBSS PAPER-DEVOTED TO PORBMN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MORAIS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, ACRJCULTURB, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OF SOCIETY. VOL. XXIV-NO. 47. BROOKVILLE. FRANKLIN COUNTY. INDIANA. FRIDAY, NOVUM 11 KR 7. WHOLE NUMBER 1243. Inbutonil Cnrti. D,r MtVIlll I AH Mil II sei minimA M'tiMR K t AT UW OlMM,"!1' I II ll.l win i'i-i ei tese. 'LAW. UiimI, 7. lull' Iraebvllle, i4. Si -41 t!tjfito,M't Uu4 NUfll i..ijmtim&MM ,1 AVA gOtaw 4 tee wiwytMMi ( ieu.. qWttafcMteetawe U at tbe Traar wrd -gOUOSoM OMIinKT AM Mit Im SAB k tUf r ateae teweat rU priees tar o4 few Xettn of baa oUtTraer IWH. N4 Ot AIM, "looi -ATTORXIV. AT UW mnio'i piATBi. Tbeyalaep. Athwart uy wbito staut, wlta bet solemn Biles, o'er tkelr reel Mra, tae star-eyed !f jfhl. Bfygtrt, wdWof wild y Or p ley fill M IHBUMrblNH, M UM oa tar-ttl Heeihero seu,kmi, Straage tOBM.Ulll. My key, y trembling ttarl Te Tae im AgeaPs tender est fold. Sower-bell la tae shadiest woia, Sua Sutsf emblem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 7 November 1856

A NBWSPAPBR--C0NTA8NJNG A BRIBP SUMMARY OP THB IATBST FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC SNTEIUGBNCB. INDIANA AMERICAN. i "riBBOIB irr TO T1CTW, TO LI1I1TT 1 Lw, miWAfi es, aaa wo fiiimu m." Rebellion at Greeneastle Agricultural . Facts . T. A. QOODWOr, Editor, HOOITIUB. INDIANA FRIDAVi lOVEMBER Tt IBM. T aesivratsa sie. Since lha enlargement of our paper, our etreu- We regret to learn that a misunder- We publish in another column the standing has arisen between the Fac- proceedings of the Agricultural Board, I ulty and students of the University at hoping, yet fearing. If the objeet is Greeneastle. We understand that it merely to get up nhovs, we cannot grew out of an order from the faculty, promise much good to result from it. forbidding the meeting of the literary but if really to derelope faett, then the societies after night, m account of cer- society will do good. One such a tain disturbances cbich had occurred ifadju that furnished by I. G. Scoby at tne meetings. The .students re- a year o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 7 November 1856

A PAPER FOR THE PAM31V C3RCIE--DBVOTBD TO THE AMUSEMENT AND INSTRUCTION OP YOUNG AND OLD. AGBICÜLTÜBAL. OF THE BOARD of a call of the PresiBoard of Directois of the Ftaktfo Ootwty Agricultural Society MO ia Brookville, on Saturday. Not. 1st, 18M. Too Prwident being absent, Mr' C. B. Moot took tko chair There being the first payment to make on the Fair Grounds doe, and not being enongh money in the treasury by about $600, the following ptaambU and resolution was offered by A. B. Um, and adopted: Wna Ii, There hsa.bajen organis ia the county of Franklin for the last four yean an Agricultural Society; aad whereas, the said Society had no permanent Fair Gronnds; and whereat, the only alternative did present itself to the Society either to abandon the enterprise or purchase a permanent location; and whereas, the latter expedient wae adopted, and by that a debt of tome 1 1,800 was incurred, the first payment of which it now due, and there being a deficiency in the treasury to meet the sai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 7 November 1856

THE VAUBY PARMBR--DBVOTBD TO THE TRUE INTEREST OP FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN. VALLEY FARMER B Chinese ftagar Cane Something fbr Farmers to Look at will throw some light oa its sugar propertiea; On the 13th of this month, finding the seeu fully ripe, I had 1 bo fodder pulled, and the aeed heads cut The yield of fodder per acre is 1,100 to 1,300 lbs., and yield of seed, 25 bushels, of 30 lbs. to the bushel. At the first trial of a 01 bob) v trio mill, ,u average canes gate 20 quarts of the iuico. Subse ideas in this respect, in a Htile work containing much information on this subject, entitled "A Hund Book for Emigrants to NevrBrunswick." It says: 'Very solid and elegant hedg es may be made with young beeches, placed 7 or 8 inches npart, and bent in opposite direc tions, so as to cross each other, forming a trellis with apertures five or six inches in A1MVAI OP, THE PACIFIC, Hilst IS I.OADRO WITH SPRING GOODS, POK TYNER ft KIMBLE LOOK OUT FOR NO. 1. INTEMSnWO DETAILS! ! ! TWS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 14 November 1856

e mr A NEWS AND BUSINESS PAPER-DEVOTED TO FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MORALS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIETY. XXIVBROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDMNA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1856. WHOLE NUMBER 1244. vsl Carts. u Mriif law. xMsrnrHi.ua um, WsstefCosrt Msses.Broakrtlte, lad. ELJUTtfi H. D.,-MTBICIAS ÜB USOST. OHtca, oppo.ll TBf Klmba'i Mara WH, BrssSTine.lad. I r aLXJT.-ATToa.irr at law i RtTiirntlK. Of f to a ooe door res UtaaBteVBrsok Title. wl" HMI DUU. tk. lull All III BsfoelUeas, Aadavlts Af. W.TOaT'ia sJMaarsskviil, ATTOKBBV COVUKtl. ,w. Oma, o. 7, Halle , IM. 11LOSA! I J. WnraV-MOTARY PUBLIC l.ibb., anil tai OaaaaUioa aad lac IWUM Notarial business M4 Uka aeaaovlesg eateau of Daeut, wrncaSaer aoolh of the TynsrStora. IVt-lJIXULT.-lUKOIOF 0KBTI8T AJwavTU.I, I ... a II work J' Ba efcag for xamlneSJssiaraSrtaa. I Sere Miasm i I am H-n.t .n. aoT koU Powdr aad Braakaa. Alao, Book. MHwhqr at tka losseat ralail prlea. tor eaak , rkjiiia mi seer Barf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 14 November 1856

A NBWSPAPBR GONTABNING A BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE LATEST FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INDIANA AMERICAN ' ' nil lit HIM, V UMMf AM I4i 4 i4ii , .at mm naibii ." t. k aooxnm. iditor. nooimu. omAiA. rmDAI.KIVKllMH U, I MM T VaiKIM MM. Blast thf OWniwmw kef paper, ear olrffn i vi. i heM lnreed ilk t we have bow. beye t (..(.. n. ih lfi . Irr.il I, n In In. Iina pl, eerhap. twu MlfMlr In Indlaaapolt., anil It man whu aal la ! . .rti.a In ii. White W.t.r ,u.-. ai'i J wall i.. r.at.ubtr this SattFOE PRÄSIDENT I 184. J. C. FREMONT. fW TICt-flMIDIDT WM. L. DAYTON. Ths RmuIi Why Wo Atjotot. W ka4 Uss JmI wMk, only to snnuuoM ihe general rauli of lh lste eleJo M(t ft that w rJoloe! I tt. Llr InUlllgen sjivs ua la created mum for rvjoloing, though Iba ruW is not oh Mga i least Frmint i not oLcled Tho latest nowa al Um um of oor going to prtM, laüithat H it possible that Klllmor earry Missouri, Florid, ad Lou but wo do oot think it proba ble. Wa 1411 think tho roaalt announcetl ImI WMk ia (ha ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 14 November 1856

A PAPER FOR THE PAMIIY C3RCIE DEVOTEÖ TO THE AMUSEMENT AND INSTRUCTION OF YOUNG AND 010. The Qnf Robert The Fat of Young Golden Ciiispfisl af the Cloetoealt OuMt. O 8JD TU 8 t Bs alt OxUa., 1 Mlaeoarl Hlver, Wednotlay, Oct. 30. i In coming down fron Lawrence to Leeren worth on Sfiturdy,l pawed the a re of . Robert Roberts, who, tout readers will recollect, was shot with two others. (J. W- H. Golden end Thomas Bishop. )by sons of Dun's and Emery's men, for the simple offence of being free State men. They had left Learenworth and were going up to Lawrence, whan they were stopped, and being without arms, were taken and shot down. Roberta' grare is on the open prairie, by the roadside, and as I passed, the bone of one arm was sticking out, bat the wolree had Bwed off the flesh, ile was left ag in die road by his bai baroas murderers and the body was buried, the next day, by a company of United States soldiers' that happened to pass along- (United States troops always eeea along, in Kans...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 14 November 1856

THE VAliEY FARMBR-OEVOTEO TO THE TRUE INTEREST OP PARMBRS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN. VALLEY FARMER. The broad fields which have been opened in the west, have contributed much to the great aggregate we have presented. The lands are still fertile, but under the pres ent system of farming, in too feeding. many instances, the spoiler is manner then feed cob meal, corn ground in the ear, a few weeks, and finish off by feeding clean corn meal tor three or four weeks before killing, always scalding the meal before P'gs treated in this will weigh 250 lbs. as Mr. HoUoway i Report. working his way unmolested. each, by the following January, Nothing but bringing within the and I have always found the pork means of every tiller of the soil a of the bebt quality. This plan knowledge of the means to pre- is the best I know ot, but I doubt erve the fertility of his land can whether much profit can be realiz save them from failing, as have ed by fatting pork for the market the lands in the older ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 21 November 1856

A NEWS AND BUSINESS PAPBR--D8V0TBD TO PORB9GN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MORALS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGR9CUITURB, AND THB BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIETY. VOL. XXIV-NO. 49. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1856. WHOLE NUMBER 1245. roftssional Cauös. ATTOR West of Court Hom, Hroekrille, Ina. T 1, DATIS, M D HYHICIA! J, QaWN . Ore kb. oopotiw Traar A Kl We, on Mala lreel. BtoofcTi:U.twl. HVH. Imbe' MAUI t xBXJjrr, attorhkv at law Iwl aid Reroar Pulc. Orr io , oo door Tita of rrner Kimble "t.Broo-rll.u. In.l. will UktMkMMaiiU of UmJi, takeaud certify Baeilloa, A J Ui At. WMQBBOW. attomhrv ooo mitt . TSTTf 'LAW. Orrrce. 0.7. Hall' HoTwing.BrookTtlU, In.i. SI 41 OHA! J. WmX-SOTAKY PUBLIC, eaa,lae., win lepooltlon and a--taarwleag-Male.and attend to Notarial buolnet feeeral'r. o draw and Uka aaknowladf tottatt of bead, oTflf lU-Oai door oU af t ao TyaarMf . Wat.JfllLT.-V.0?!l DaWntT Je -WOOKTILXB, lae. All work aaafja. 5i prii f ir o I wf edrtoo. aoaetaal Ijr oa band a tup ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 21 November 1856

A NBWSPAPBR-CONTAMHNß A ÖRIBP SUMMARY OP THE IATBST FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC SNTBIU6BNCB. INDIANA AMERICAN. ''PLiviio in to tbi-tb, to uiiih ass law, T. A. GOODWIN, Editor. BBOOEVIUJt, INDIANA rilSATt IfOVESBCR 91 ISM. ro if i;n m:m mmn. Win the iilHWill of oar papwr.oar elreu1 sllon bun Increased Iba I w have now, beyool oeatlon.lhe largest circulation la IndUna, Xe;l, perhapt.two upri Im Indianapolis, and II m a sawalsllsn lata eltaleet portion of tha s-.u. Ilwstoaa La aal loadvertlee la lb WSItoWator rIU , will do well to remembar tkla laci. FOR PRESIDENT IN 1860, J. C. FREMONT. FOB VTCB-FBXflDXDT WM. L. DAYTON. Milton Gregg on the Rebnblican Platform W arc happy to announce that oar friend Gregg, who hae been the principal support of Fillmoriatn in Indiana, has announced himself a deeided Republican in principle. We hoped, all along, that hie seeming antagonism lo Republicanism was more from a misunderstanding of its positions and purposes, th in from hostility to them. We knew inde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 21 November 1856

A PAPER FOR THE PArTO ßlROlsB OBVOTBD TO THE AMUSEMENT UND JNSTRliCTJON OF YOUIHG AND 010. From Hie Cincinnati Case tie. Prom Kansas. Biu Snu.Nos, Kansas, Oct. 28. The Fres State men meet here to day m a Maas Convention, for the purpose of nominating a person to represent them in Congress, in opposition ta Gam. Whitfield's claims as Dlegate from this territory. Between two and three hundred persons hare already arrived from the different settlements. I came m from Lawrence this morning, with a large delegation of the citizens. The weather is delightful. Several parsons are talked of for the position. Governor Reeder and Marcus I. Parrot, of Leavenworth, are the The Convention has just been organized by tht choice of P. C. Schuyler, of Council City, Chairman, and Wm. Hutchison, Ksq., of Lawrence, Secretary. The chairman on taking his seat made a few remarks, setting forth the necessity of there being a perfect unanimity among the people in the support of the nominee. His remarks were...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 21 November 1856

THE VALLEY FARMER-DEVOTED TO THE TRUE INTEREST OF FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN. VALLEY FARMER. From the Ohio Cultivator. Chemical view of the Corn and Cob Question. DTI' I. WATSE.f CHEMIST. The use of com and cob, and their nutricioos value, is a subject upon which much has been written of late, and various opinions entertained as to their value by agriculturists and stock growers. The most contradictory statements concerning their use have been published in the various agricultural journals, but no positive test by a judicious and careful observer seems yet to have been made, which perhaps would be the best mode of determining this vexed question. I have seen no analysis of the proximate principles of this sub stance, made with the view of settling this point. An analysis of the ash has been made, I believe, but I have not had tho pleasure of seeing it. And au analysis would not settle the point as well as the above mentioned prac tical test I have been makiug some examinati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 28 November 1856

A NEWS AND BUSINESS PAPER-DEWED n rORESf.W AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MORALS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATE, AOR8CDITURE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIETY. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1850. VOL. XXIV-NO. 50. WHOLE NUMBER 1246. Iprofmional Carts. ft to niT.Mr BTWI Mt tl j 'isYia, m. d , lUir, Saie sweat, at HfOtlf J. KKtlJCT. aTÜTUi f Tiaar KlmMi una mltlmnU i iiry Depeaitiaa, au W, W'ü. Hiilllng. Hr.S1lla, I A .1 .V NO l(. n !' LAW nf.M.kTiu l.1, tat COttNNKI. No. 7, Hill' 111 41 NOT A MY U Lie KSft n k.ioalalcmanU.aaS kl-n.lt f arslly. .traw an. I lake aak itawla.HM,nla of lo.l., III' 1 1 MMIr I. Rotbart mtn. an. in nr alMa. gameeae eserleMaf tee eHTtsai aier BU. it Ii,.. .a i. Pam- N...M. ia-'ja tfrigimtl iinb Scltcttb ttÜ, THI DUAM OF MBMOIT mn a, wawet. way sUaafca iboro ls4asaa, With that al.ei.l 4hmi Bar baT War Is dial med of tUty llrMiit ab uf aorro now? Um bti ba4 eji ugbly Me 0or Iba hiira a M.I aUlulaaa brottoll A 4 lb 4Mb a4 ir0'" labaa Ua ibo biaaablai bMb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 28 November 1856

NBWSPAPBR--C0NTA8NMG A BRBBP SÜMMARV OP THE IATBST POREJGN AND DOMESTIC INTBIUGBNCB. INDIANA AMERICAN. "Pt.lBOtB BOT TO Tm, TO IIMITT AMD LAW, 0 Favor i Wat t CS, AM MO Fl A B HALL a 1." T. A. GOODWnr, Editor. BEOOKVTLLE. INDIANA. rBIDlYi NOTESBER Ig( IBM TO BUSINESS SUE IV. sinceih earargomeal of oar pmpor,oar circulation hiiM Increased lha t it have now, boron juetllon, the largwsi circulation la Indiana, oxe pt, perhape, two paper Id Indianapolis ami It i a circulation initio wealthiest portion or the Ut. Business men who want to sdvertiso to Lo Wnlto Water vlly, will do well to remembcrthuraci. FOR PRESIDENT IN 1860, J. C. FREMONT. FOB Vld-PHEBIDEDT WM. L. DAYTON. Misplaced Indignation Sympathy, too Late. A great deal of indignation baa been expressed within tbe laat week, at the report of a petty theft committed by Col. James Stoopo. He ia said to bare have stolen two dollars from a fellowdrunkard, in one of the groceries, and all are ready to curse him by bell, book and candle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 28 November 1856

A PAPBR FOR THE PAMilY CIRCIB-DBVOTBO TO THE AMUSBMBNT AND INSTRUCTION OP YOUNG AND 91D. Tbe Mormon Programm. An Inde pmdtnt Gorernmen' The subjoined extract from a sermon recentJj delivered by Bbiuham Torao, end reported io hie official organ. "There i not a territory in the Union that te looked opon with eo suspicions an eye as is Utah, and ret it is the only part of the netion that cares any thing about the Constitution. "Mormonism" is true, and all hell eannot overthrow it. All the devil's servants on the earth may do all they can, and as Br. Clinton has just said after twenty-six years faithful operation and exertion bj our enemies, including the times when Joseph had scarcely a man to stand bj him, and when the persecution was is severe on him as it ever was in the world, what have they accomplished? They have succeeded in making us an organized Territory, and they are determined to make us an independent Stat or Government, and as the Lord lives it will be so. (The congregati...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 28 November 1856

THE VAUBY FARMER-DEVOTED TO THB TRUE INTEREST OP FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN. VALLEY FARMER. mm m m From the Northern Farmee. Agricultural Fairs. The season of the great agricultural fairs is rapidly approaching. Many a farmer is now doing his best to improve the condition of his favorite stock; many a farmer's wife is preparing arti cles in her deoartment which, if - m they do not carry ofl tho prize from ull competitors, will at least be creditable to her skill, and industry, and taste. Many a gardener is taxing all his resources to perfect his specimens of beets, squashes, melons, beans, potatoes, grapes, apples, pears, peaches, and what not. Tho florist is trying his skill many a lady amateur is trying her skill in bring ing out all the latest beauties of Sip flowers, which will charm all beholders, and give the highest finish and grace to the exhibitions, even if they do not earn golden rewards. We re.oice m those trrcat annual gatherings. They stimulate the industry an...

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