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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 May 1857

. ' Off' f vi -" 'VHgpHUfH7M-'' - A NEWS PAPER DEVOTED TO mm m DOMESTiC MEWS, M0RAtS3 TBHlPSBANCEj EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIETY. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MAY I, 1857. WHOLE NUMBER 1268. VOI, WW NO. 20. i 0 E T B Y I SHALL SEE Of HEAVEH : " I tbaSl m to Htiignl" ma roar 4, Is a tow but glad Mm tmia, A "Ijlngeirl; i'm fro ImimA hlu ) a. Wsrs II Iba hrtuilf hieb 0a baul aal tkrawa O'ar tbtt Mr nrU aad ricarr-JawalM !( Harglaaca ba.l i.arar mark 'a UaoanigBoa-ar, lgg Wileh'4 Iba bland! UbW M uaaaf hour "l ball aaa la it..m.---Ss MirUln'd Ulo (bare, acr isar-dtma'a igM Ta Stat Ita ftoftoa, or lhair lalor palat Tka gsM a4 tHala ' aar? atgat, Fat aat tba lis.lt af Ibb) ahaalowjr tW; la krtgkiar rafloM all afcajl ra- -u,-a to flu-," Aa4 aarar waartod, eoantlaa waodart Iras. 'I tfcaU a I baaroa!" Wttb Uua bright bvpa bar iplrtl fu'i I bar, Laavlag Saata' laipraaaan bar to tbia bra w; Waag aot far bar; Ska SaTtaar' II- af lara Hatb maasta Hgoa gar, a4 aba aa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 May 1857

T" INDIANA AMERICAN 8T nil it -art to ntrri, to Ltararv tuw, o fa Toft ihn ra, til no ra mall wi, T. A. tWODWl V Editor. IN 31 AN P0 LIB, INDIANA FFK'F. or PCLH'ATON,-S a Hall i Kart .i.iM Birx.t Kui ftftf 1 44 Fell low Third atom : hf II hind, of .lob Work wilt b tea wtk aad dregairh. . i THE BOFD-HOLDEBS' MEXOBIAL. It is assumed in this document that the il railroad law, adopted under our i 'onctitiition, not consistent with the terms of the contract hy'which th Wabash and Erie Canal, and the Canal lands, were eeded to the Bondholders. A careful examination of the acts of 1M6 and IS IT, lor the purpose of finding out what covenants the Legislature tneao' ip make, would not be liaelv to suinieiit to auv man a. nouun that Üt Bondholders were to U protected apuast I railroad competition Vol, it u iaaieted, th waa the desica. Not oalv wa Üie f iUmgn, bot . year waa taken to metnre that i feature; for the bondholder being "upprhensive that the provisions of Ihe rtrl of !94o were not au...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 May 1857

HIB m i a 1 I m i 058 Or TZMPXBAMCK Taa Grand Dwmom el thti Statu lms jmat oloeed its Sena i-Ann im I S.-ajiion ut GmMfcur Th ad low tag, froa th Grund fVrlbe a Report, wilt show th tat f the rJer Sine th last Annual Session, (.'harten Bavo been granted to two Division, Tis: Salem Division, Na 34, Fraaeatville, Pulaski County. Moscow Division, Ko. HA. Raorganiseil Wrlf Lake, N'o 214, has also been rensitatr 1. ami is now at work. Daring tbe eame Um th following Divisions have surrendered their charters i W m Point Division, No. 09. Ecoaomy Division, No. M. Kirklin Division, No. 174. B 1 1 ton Division, N'o. 192Social Division. No. S2&. For the quarter ending Deonuber 31, 1 8Ö6, returns wer received frosn 57 Divisions: aa4 for the quarter ending March 31st, l 57 .from 49 Divisions. From these returns the follow in static tics are gathtr4: Number initiated. 412' Admitted by card, 2 Withdrawn, 90 Suspended, 141 Ineikd. 2A0 Violated pledge, !-' Second Um, 15 Signed over, 2 R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 May 1857

THE VALLEY FARMER-DEVOTED TO THE TRUE INTERESTS 0 MMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MM. BY FARMER, After the early cabbago and other is sown for transplanting, and the lettuce and radishes, and such things started, attention must be given to planting asparagus, rhubarb, v 1st planting an asparagus bed, it is the better way. if possible, to procure the plants of a nursery-man Twoyear -old plants can be obtained for about two dollars per hundred, and a crop will be grown two years sooner than if the seed wm town. Tbt best variety is the purple-top, which is the purplish looking variety commonly sen in oar market!. Home suppose there is a larger variety resombiing this in eTerything but it9 srse, while other think it is good eultivation that makes the difference. We have seen that raised from what was called giant seed made very dwarfish by poor culture. To raise plants the seed must be sown early in spring, in drills, an inch or so in depth, and the rows eighteen apart. The heel, ground f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 May 1857

mmw Saü&r i W R nmaaeBK. S XXXXXxXmSS amaH fl ly iKwaS. mmar imBaH tr-p mmr 9mW amHm. emaHmaaBBaw. BHB laK;r maflr BÜ H YmaBBBBbaVfl Hk Hmaw' A NEWS PAPER-DEVOTED TO FOREIGN AND OOMBSHC NBWS, MORALS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGR3CÜITURE, AND THE ßfiST 3WTERESTS OF SOCIETY. VOL. XXV NO. 21. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1857. WHOLE NUMBER 126. y Pram the Laute tile Juuraal. SCDDXJ. BUUtAVUUHT IT 41 IUU 1LT I'm ataadlng by thy atda, heia M , latMUM UUwkaut , Whaaa pulae betide Ulna awa halb mated Tttl aah of mi teamed part. I aal thea haadeetaat Um wbUa, 1 aailU a.' waa U bm, Whaa waa U tet my atce, my tattle Paaaadad vara by thae! They're etrawed ayaa Ihy atalrwa braaal Tba raaaraary aad raa laaa there balk baaa my lateet raat, waa aaajalaba throbe U draw 1 Aa4 ataaad tba pail.d U4a abava Tba mllln ayaa' taft play, Tba a rar leaked aa bm bat loe, i all aar wedded day. Mere ya ae ward of welaaaaa- aaaa, Oh, la i n Uaa, aa- aamUaf Spaat, peak , the' Uoa aho'det chide,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 May 1857

I INDIA ALBICAN. . CT T TIITM, TO UMBTT ft K t, Ts r. rut w. T. A. OOIWtti, Editor. wwüriwutrnroiAirA. FHIOIY MOftXMU, MAY I 31 KrlCB O PlBI.UHTlt, No SJM lM Waahlactoa Krutl.Kui of'M feile' Hall. TMNMtry; btm all In, of Job Work will ttrmutzD ajTj nznczji tho uaaiD DOLLAR! A Y1AA IFTlRRfT MOW Nothing can be plainer than that, by ibo acta of and T847. the Htnto doiigrted to pay one half her debt with the Wabaah Erio Canal, and the land belonging thereto. And that the. boad-holder deaigned to receive the property ia extinguishment of oaa half the debt, ia oqaally plain Sucb, for ten yea re, baa been taenniveaaal unduratoading of all ear public men, and every citiien speaking ofhe manner in which the State wee extricated from bar difficul ties in 1847, would aay that bonda at S per cent were ieened for half the debt, and tke Wabaah A Erie Caaei, and the Canal lands give for the residue. The Auditor of State la bia last report describing the nature of the adjaatmeat, usee this laagwage...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 May 1857

iE VAU 7 PMiyiEfl-DEVOTED TO 3 MECHANICS, ÄND WM J 4 XaVIfS H ZBOOXAJIT9 ueu ti! Kausiw. lhy com iu lUe ui aivcr i . tft WO' i" Üiäina, 10 lUllilli Ollit' muky Hiuoi( truftiu, hult by Opd l3VW Ol' Ml With ft fir 1 1, 1 tfcroam, horaM hundred nioro luud gf prow ist at Ike aiudem . lion and mud Und tili tor (MOtaiaing "fcOUMhoki goo J waui v iirn ty ot' tit" H motion, and tin Uinga "tair thi gitüuate moUu lWtdtrpriaUIlK" 4tttttnoüm't tar um. Board a of NUuriiuu uupi it lo ud loco rt. L. ia oleraied to tite tli Kiuucw, und liko auutUur cloud taou oi the lau. I. A portion oi th, to nvtllv niTiiiaiui to pcculata; a luv tho land, lbroruni ive entiir ration, w uro tho a portion tome II"' to Spy out I llo I UlÜ Ol bio utuubctArkanaiw, wim un. 6utA- (Mia. I'o day claiiui woio ba hud a tew lutlea irom mucU a . ii to morrow, a low utile. iuttlftr off. To-day an ad tuuror, by tho uid advico aud exploring poreuriuutii i discover pluto tha llu lay dowu a lev carrioB on hi ahoult oat timbor, und a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 May 1857

THE VALLEY PÄRMER-DEVOTfiD TO THE TRUE i INTERESTS OF FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKäND MEN. VALLEY FARMER. wams oj ibof um iamm labor The iMHifjHf, of the hammer, Tb whirling of the plane, The crashing of the busy saw, The creaking of the crane, The ringing of the anYÜ, The grating of the drill, The clattering of the turning lathe, The whirling of the mill. The boning of the spindle, The rattling of the loom, he puffing of the engine, The ram ooutinooui boom, The clipping of the tailor's shears, The diring of the awl These sounds of honest Industry, I LOTS THUS ALLThe clicking of the magic type The earnest talk of men. The toiling of the giant press, The scratching of the pen; The tapping or the yard stick, The tinkling of the scales, The whistling of the needle, When no bright cheek it pales The humming of the cooking store, The surging of the broom, The pattering feet of childhood. The oouee wife's busy ham; The bussing of the scholars, The teaehePs kindly call These sounds of acti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 May 1857

4 mtttt nlS Kt A NEWS PÄPER-DEVOTEO TO PGRE3CN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MORALS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIETY. VOL. XXV NO. 22. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1857. WHOLE NUMBER 1270. POETRY m old coMTorurrAL. T MMrlUIW. la tanlr rage4 ma; taalals Stood It.s o:! I'oullnaalals, Yl.Mln uot . WhIU lae reoadrsr wars InnflBf Aad Uno ooUstousa foU lae plaaalna; Cuih taot: Where the flies Of ttM tries Ff U nil j ntnjSt mmbpmdI Bar Um baaaor of the immii Unloorn; lad frommer, (mm mar, f-tnmmar, Sal lad tae roll TUM drammer TV r oaf h UM mora. i arUfc eyas In the frost II Aad witn rH Mnmitl, Stood Our ti ret, ; And the balls wkieUad deadly, Ab Um ha luM rodly, Biased taw Ires: As the wirt Billows drift Drore Um data tauk e reek ere O'or Um grooo sodded kin or Um pUU; And loader, loader, louder, Cranked Ue bUek far. powder AU am min I Than like mittust their forges Labored Mo rod St. George' Can bob tors. A ad ike Ytllainoaj aallpotro Kaaf a terco, dl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 May 1857

A NBWSFAPBR--CQNTAMJNG A BR9EF SUMMARY OF THE LATEST FGRE3CN AND DOMESTIC JNTEUICENCB. INDIANA AMERICAN. i i Umm ict tu reeve, ffe UHMf ' . r . IWUI t . SS SS i I 1 T. A. .MIU IV Kdllor. eMaUY MOItlU. M i I 1 Bf. g -' khi k OP Ptil.K ri ,-ir. SM Rae WaaUtaaiea Sireel. Beet of 4 rsllews- Hall, I'hirJ t.iry I whs re ail alees af JeB lora III ba 4ou ih aiaase as4 4lfk. mmrmmm , thx law or ditoeci. At the present lernt of the Marion Circuit Court, out of 700 muni en the calendar upwards of sixty ere application for divorce Tan par coat, then, of the litigation in thi county, results from th anaaainaaa with the matrin.onia) yoke ia worn by that öl of simpletons who marry in haute, and repant at their leiaura. In this respect, however, Marion county only represents, (a a certain proportion, a atate of thing dieting in every c ty in Indiana IKvoroee are in demand, a d wivea and hue- tin a it, next to getting married, the tl. i n it in life, to get unmarried It ia probable thai twe thousand...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 May 1857

A PAPER FOR THE PAI311Y C3RC1E-DEVÜ7ED TO 3DSEB1EHT .ED WSTÄ CIO. THE W KXJBY WALU1 1 LUTTUM Hon. Henry Walkur, of Aurora, lectured in this place on Saturday evening lat Subject Ant hour, on 'Moral Culture, cloning on "Klucation, the Fine Arte, the Beauties of Mature," Ac Ac. We hall not attempt, for indeed it is impossible, to give sketch of the matter of the diaoouree. Like ali true oratory, it wae dag up from the great fountain of Truth, and had tho ring of the true metal about it. in fact, the sentiment of the lecture may be aptly ax pressed in the graphic language of the distinguished author, "plain, solid, substantial none of your flimsy argumentation, son ti mental nothingism, wishy-washy opinionium, nor pedantic dogmatism. It was pure as gold seven times refined. and sAona out as bright as thu stars of morning. It is of the style of the orator, and not of the discourse itself, that wc wish to say few words. And here we wish to say that we have heard the most distinguished Le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 May 1857

fl THB VALLEY FARMER-DEVOTED TO THE TRUE INTERESTS OP FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN BBB VALLEY PARMER. E SUGAR CANE. lis Maaafoctire, Etc. Wa prasant tojour read this weak an artiels of unusal iprwt ob the BAuafkctan of Su&r from tho Chi mm Sugar ( a no, which is now at t rat ting so mach attention. It wm iWniabed to tho New York Krangeliat by a writer who is desirous of bene itüiktf ao ihr M he can tho public, and who, it wlU bo seen, is peHbotij tkmiliar with the whole rabject. His MisMjifle aoqaaiatanoo with agriculture, combined with his Impractical experience la anger making, render it peculiarly valuable. This new plant is exciting great interest, and its value for a crop jfrw in be admitted by all who have gron it. From experiments made in the labratory of Prof. Booth, of Philadol phta, bj Dr Rattle, It is admitted that Its coaeeaUrated juice will yield orystalhzable sugar Tho various pro daots whieb have been produced from the plant, and which we have befor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 22 May 1857

A NEWS PAPER-DEVOTED TO FORE3CN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MORAIS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, MHJCUITURE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OF SOCIETY. VOL XXV. NO. 23. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1857. WHOLE NUMBER 1271 POETRY. Vor aa iMDou TKIBI1TH CHRIST A HAttMK.1T f HUM TH Hit A UM OPTHOUOH T wet a a m'oomala. AM Mt asaa Um aetoateaeS eye of mi A gtertaea era Hnto. Tee Sealnt af laougai II M ear ohmI.I rfarkoeee peura tbe daj. Ss ovi lk ea4ant Main Wow of nighl Aurora flat tig nahe fa tu Ui mo . Ab4 geoae of artUlaat heat rait eer the eertfc. Sa. I WM aorUi a WUMr vImIi kit throae, Y 8f Spring appears, grl I living grass, Aaet So av r taaaaala Sowar-foaled Soar la away aaa. im gew rj raUleaee rrowaeet. liar wnrtnip una- Ii ende). al no mar hall airali ear tta hoaU of beeren, for to I wnaa efcaldeen aagee Blgailr waieSeS Tk dtaiaoua Uchte kik 4eeh4 th ethereal Oao neUlVeel ark. In iplitr of an J par, Mlaee o4 MakM an Uia arak of aigki. A ad front II 4 1 an light good of golden 71 la 4roa Il...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 22 May 1857

A PAPER PGR THE PAN! 3 IV C3RGLE DEVOTED TO THE AMUSEMENT ANÖ 3NSTRUCT3GN OP YOUNG AND OlD. INDIANA AMERICAN I MV TO TVT, TO LISSBTY ADD LAW, BO fATOH (WATS CS, AKD WO rSAB ALL A WS T. A OOOW1IV, Editor. DTOTANAPOUS, DfDIAVA. FRIDA V HOHil.Mi, MAY Mit. The Cincinnati Enquirer on the Methodist Church. It ii well known that the Cincinnati Enquirer is a tool in the hands of unscrupulous politicians, and that J Mal D. Briobt, a Kentucky slaveholder, who, a few years ago, publicly declared that he would be avenged on the Methodist Church, because the meet of its member preferred to be represented in the United States Senate by a freeman, is one of its principal controllers Ita present editor is a recent importation from New Orleans, brought to the North to save the Union by inculcating the notions of the South and to obey the behests of those whom be serves. Ia obedience to orders, one principal part of bis service baa been to abuse the Methodist Church. This has been done almost weekly,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 22 May 1857

A NBWSPAPBR-'CONTASNiNG A BR3BP SUMMARY OP THB LATEST PORE8GN AND DOMESTIC NTEIUCENCÜ. Fem Hi . Y. Kenlng i CANALS VS RAILROADS In a itttfBvariul l.tteljr addressed to j tho tegislntnro of Indiana by tin stockbuldo of U j WabttJtb mid F.rio Canal, there a ro ninny in ton -Uingand instructive Üsctat aa to Uiv comparative va.u of railroads and canultt, which ought to be pondered by the people ot this state. far back as the year 183; Iruli ana undertook the construction, amoag other wurka of internal improveluent, of the Wubaah and Krie Canal, bat being unable to tinitm it. the in 1840 tamed the revenues and tolls of it. o far as completed, over to the bondholders, aatbo aocurity for tho part payment of her public debt. The bunüüokJor having advanced additional money about eight hundred thousand dollars to complete it, ou the pledges of tho State that the arrangement should never bo molested, looked confidently to the profits of the canal for a speedy re-imburse-ment. At that tirao the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 22 May 1857

THE VALLEY FÄRMBR-OBVOTBD TO THE TRUE INTERESTS OP FARMERS, MBCHAN9CS, AND WORKING MEN. VAllSY FARMER. TfliAinniY Tlo rftpbcrry, in th judgment of our Mend of the Rural Ntw Yorker, la (he moat dwliuioua fruit that grows. Un im careful, huwt'vor, to t'll us tbni ImiWi not mowi a kind of fruit that the dottizona of crowded cities cll by that nemo, " little, miuihed up things, scoop, up with n spoon, inesurel in dirty little (in cup, and wrupped In hrowu paper. ' O ! no, ho m onus such fruit s evory sensible riilfiviitiir ina have fur hie own tablo, largo and la OtOM. Ue tells how tln'v may Ik pro dttoed : 'Thu ronphcrrv will do well in any mxm! rich iiicl i i ifMrden soil, but suva-vimIm beet whore It I inclined to 1)0 moist, In dry, nendy noil, the inoro toatUr sorts will ripen the wc 1 better, but in such anon thoro' mulching kl Meoeesen' The bent ituation in in a bordor on the north aide of A fence, Of where thoy ro grown extoneivety on the northern exposure of a side hill, ii mi t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 29 May 1857

mm b am A NEWS PAI'BRDEVÖTBD TO P0REJÜN AND DOiVJESTäC NEWS, JVJ0RÄIS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, ACRICUITURB, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OF SOCIETY. u j . ' : 1 YOL XXV.-NO. 24. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MAY M 1857. WHOLE NUMBER 1272. a Lrrom ibe CeytifB Chief. IOIO . IT ADA m. IB Hit OTT. Yea, tkoa art slat, u4iui talaa, Sa earthly head mb Mver, The U that binde thy hrt to mine, Xad mine to thine, fererer. St 4 frteeAove rouae oar happy a-ay, Loee'eeweatstl rati tam e throwing. And enly tBro'ibs summer OB 7, Joi'ionUorooaoB plow log. . AttU BTOf OO llfB'B fOBUftn BOB, la bricht or atormy woBther. till hopefully, 'III troetfullT, Well breast UM WBTO MffOUlOf. The' Borrow may o'erprd with lorm Oar path that now Mob flowlaf, Aud attest aleep thoao cherished forme, Buy Bass' oat lifo atroaaas Sowing; aea wateVut o'er, aach household alulae, Ho arUl tor aaa. a as, never; As t sat thine, Bad thou Bit mtue, Aa4 we ara hla forever. Ab etrer, 00 ttfw'a ebaagiuf aaa, la bright sad alormy waata...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 29 May 1857

I A PAPER FOR THE PAMIIY C3RCIE DEVOTED TO THE AMUSEMENT AND INSTRUCTION OP YOUNG AND 010. INDIANA AMERICAN i Mrr 10 nrn, to liiiiti law, iitn es, in ao ms aiu a ws. T. A. OODWIX, Editor. nroAN.yqm, dtpiana. riliDiY MOAlU. MAT IMT. treft. Km of I 44 rIUi' Hall. .11 Li.i..r .i u in M w ih iiiuw im patch. uroos or to axwni or ahvit Rtrv. O. Jooxrr suggests the propriety of grand convocation of all the alumni asd former students o Asbury University, next July, in view of the trouble that has befall en the University. We are in for that, and will surly be on hand. But after all the sMWswfinn reminds as of the office seeker who recently made the acquaintance of the Präsident, in search of a situation. The President lwseoed to his story of toil and sterile ii in behalf of the party, with beoesav ing patience, and then said: "Well fir, what can I do for you? Will a clerkship, in one of the deportments answer?' Ho," said the applicant "A situation in a Cus tom House?" -No." "Will you accept...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 29 May 1857

A BtlulSBcnoi- I Lr i mej -Justice xaney zvxeeor aw ry in' fAe Cons itution, in 1819. i - Thn PhiUddphin BartiofMy!JJnd;your parents; your 5th mys children. Roturn; all may be well; Th Hon. Koirer B. Taney, Chief! t any rate enclose the key Juatice of the bipremo Court of the of thc cupboard where the gin . United Statott, has, in tin yoar ol j grace 1857, delivered a judicial deci-: ion aöirming divern thiugu and among thorn, that tdavee are property i occonling to tho Constitution of the I United MUtea, that the luoiniugo of! the Declaration of Independence about j oilmen being created free and equal waa not meant to apply to colored j people: and that iu old times evory-! body behoved tlicse doctrines. In the year 1819, the Rev. Jacob J i rubor, a Minister of tho Baltimore Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, was tried in the Frederick county Court, Mary land.for -attempting to excite insubordination and insurrection among slaves" by preaching a sermon in which ho set fo...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 29 May 1857

THE VALLEY PARMER DEVOTßD TO THE TRUE INTERESTS OP PARMERS, MECHANiCS, AND WORKING MEN. VALLEY 'PARMER. F8ETRY THZ BLiJMFS EXJOLimOM. Ob, 1 11 Uli you of a fellow, Of a fellow I hr two, Who ia neither white or yellow, Bat ie ,hlttHT groen! Then hie name it bat charm tag, For it'l only common " Hill " And ho wiehee m to wed him, Bai I hardly think I will. He hee told me of e oottage, Of a eottagt' moog the treea, And don't yon think the geukey Tnmbied on hie kneee ) While the teert he waited Were ineagh to tarn a mill And he begged me to accept him, Bat I hardly think I will Oh, he whiepered of derotioa, Of devotion pare end deep, Bat it eeemed eo Tory eilly That I nearly fell asleep; And he think it would bo pleaeant, Ae we journey down the hill, To go hand in hand together, Bat I hardly think I will He wae hero leet night to tec me' Aad he made ee long a etay, ! began to think the blockhead Ne'er meant to go away. At tret I learned to hat him, Aad I know I hate him etill, Tot he ur...

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