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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 5 June 1857

. - J. .. ... - - J--1 J- 1 - - - A NEWS PAPER DEVOTED TO P0RBS6N AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MORAL PERANGE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OP SOCJETY. VOL. XXV NO. 25. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1857. WIIOLK NUMIIKK I27:; POETBY. ID FOURTH 07 MARCH "Blew ed src they who expert nothing, for they hall not be disappointed " 1 mm kJev-ke kad eon free kit far eta -am born. I the Wnt; A jtagltac part ha ehow.tl . AM in tke la teat Bjle He VSt HU fete waa all a itnlle, Awl he ulk. d all Um Ml How e ter.k u.b aa talereet la tke lata Kleetioa of kta UM foreM Hm l He d alwaye tali Ui Uee Of parly let U rial, Let It fair 'Twaa if i f r tke raward Tkatka had worktd kara". Ret stall. Bat oflca Da route bear, A Ike kreve eotd.er '4 wear Bsealetta; Wklak fix kit raak, yee knew, Aad 10 tke public ehow Waat ka u. I aaw k' abort, y after that: e had a kinky bat On kta head; Hit ahoea ware wore awaj, Aad kia pork eta teeatert ta ear Nary rad. Ae4leu.lv ke declarad That f r party an...

Publication Title: Indiana American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 5 June 1857

INDIANA AMERICAN. PAPER FOR THE PAMitV CJRlE--DEVOTßB TO THE AMUSEMENT ANS INSTRUCTION OF YOUNG AND OLD. r-ii aar aaa "niMII BOT TO TmfTH, TO LIlTT ABB tW. Pavoa . i , rsa mu wi, T. A. 4100PW1I1, Editor. priiAiimii, proinA. FRIDAY, JCMR S, MIT. OmCI Or FC,!CATiii,N. v. Waahlocioo Mirf... Km of 044 MU.' Hall. TsArS tory ; whore all kind, of Job Work will ba dona w.üi oeaincM aa dr. patch mcusmrrrnop ex-s vtob briuht. Br Tin Editor o-i the 8bctixkl. Rented edition, enlarged c nd improved by additional and important facts, not Included in tie Sentinel' $ edition. - i 'iu I'r. o ta: though identified ly property had inters with fcentuokj. Thv wanted a -virion.; man ' In I Hit he wm again rw-elfx-ted to lib present high position, having received the unanimous vote of hie party in csajcus Mid without a competitor for the place " Yes elected in caucus and only inMaucot And just here we will out oflT our revised edition of the biography of this man When a man will eonsent to take an office ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 5 June 1857

i- MM THE TRAFFIC AH D TU CHRISTIAN CBOftCH Liquor aefl-, by hiinilrat.8, wiy tl)Mfti Am alia m tabular a Und. tit, in American onurciiaa. .-"i tln'rifors Iba folluvittg plain wonU oi'a working nan, licjrgo Crattf. di live rod hi n jiul.lio moving in fllafljrow, on th Mi Ii of Der rob r. ba heard and herded on this tide of the Atlanlio : "fjadireind Gentlemen, I am a tietotaler. I am going to aupporl the motion; I bare no idea of truepaaaing on your time, tiu thn motion. I boutd give weight to bear this idea, that it ought to be proaeexl upon the attention of the worAtel upon the king population of Olaegow in particular. While I proaa ita attention on working men. there ia another eliue of men on whom I woniri preee it morethe elergy of the eity. The motion aaeme to indicate that they ahoold do all in their power to put. town the liquor traffic, (oheera.) Although I havo no pretenaioua to learning, I oan aey that it ia granted on all haude that llm drinking cut.iiui of Urn country e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 5 June 1857

THE VALLEY FARMER-DEVOTED TO THE TRUE INTERESTS OF FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKiNG MEN. VALLEY PARMER. Tboee wk rid about Vigo oouaty and others adjoining, via: Sullivan, and Park, and Putnam, nnd Clay, wl!! be surprised at the beautiful and promising appearance of the of the field of winter wheat; epcia!lj will thej be surprised if they has UaUi:d to the croak ings sa.l gruaninga of those who would have as believe we are U hare no bread this year after harvest. The crops are not only very good and pmmiing, bot there are larger crop and more fields of wheat than aver before known in the tact region. Several fielda which it was 'bought it would be profitable to plow tip are coming oat surprisingly. The fsef. is, it was so dry last fall that the seed waa sown in dost and could not germinate till rain came, whieh at last earn o sparingly and so directly before freesing weather that some of the seed mad no show above ground till a fw days ago. and bene the unexpected promise of abundanc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 12 June 1857

aa a Tf wem1 T211 "3) UT. A NEWS PAPER-DEVOTED TO F0RE90N AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MORALS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, A&R3CUUURE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OF SOCIETY. VOL XXV. NO. 26. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1857. WHOLE NUMBER 1271 8 OF THE INDIANA AMERICAN. ar veer, at the od of the year 93,00 If piM witaia at atoatbe t,SO If paid ta aJvanee . S,UO la clad of ten or nor 1.A0 Wtan tea er mere are taken a: on offlee, oew rrabi nar ae mMm, or eld subecribers mar renew. at club ra'ae, when two tend Tare Dollars, mitTLY Ait sub erteer are understood enjrticlag to c nlioee unless expre-s orders to the contrary are jrWea ; taiMMMr will dveaatBtSMhaa. while arrears are a oat I, anlcs the subscriber U worthle s. Orders for aaaSSMliaaiaBc-e aaet be er kTTa, and not by returning a paper narked "refused." All perse at, without rvja d to wealtn, position or aeais, who leave vHaemtoreermg; Ih.ir paper ehantra,), or pay lag arrearages .or wo let l come to the r addrws wKfcoat taki...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 12 June 1857

INDIANA AMERICAN mm TO Llirlll 4M LAW, i ran Htu 4. T. A. tiOUW l, Editor. tDlAirPOLI8, mPIAJaV miS.iV. 4CK 19. I-ST ! ric!K r rcn.iMtun,-i. m hm WaaMa !. ta .f 4J falUwa' Hall. ThlrJ 4yry . hmtm all alu4. sf Job Work will aa v u aaaiwaaa aw SaasaasSi mWTUtO ON FACT! in the apfjchra on the State Rank in the Halt of the 1 1 out, two weeks ago, M. O. Bright tried to impugn the motive of Oov. Wright, charging bin with seeking oice bj hie course The reply of the Governor ras moat withering, lie remarked that when hj wanted an office, be went tc the people fur it, and never failed to get it II had no money to tun in buying up presses or polThU allusion to the bUurry of Jeaia D. a hard hit on Michael (1 The facta in Jesse a sacceas are well known. He obtain ed hie first election to the Senate, aa a reward for an unprecedented and revolutionary movement in staving off the election when k ahould have taken place. We allude iaet week to the method of hie election as aeoond time. Other and be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 12 June 1857

A PAPER FOR THE FAMILY C3RCIB--DBVOTBD TO THE AMUSEMENT AND INSTRUCTS 0? VCUNl AND OlD. VATILLUl. White Watbb Vallbt 1 T O 1URT J UUO it, JOVi FIlöoot)WiN: Ever since your debut into city life, your friends hero Mtwa entertained fear for the American's safety; not bo much from tho raveneons wolves without, as tho foes within jour own city. But the muroifal manner in which your r;ty coumporariea have dealt with you, and the bold and fearless tone of the American, panning the even tenor of its way, nad well nigh caused us to forget our solicitude, until! tho Cincinnati Enquirer of last week has given us increased anxiety, in tho eloquent, logical, and very severe manner M which it ctmdecends to notice your lato editorial reflecting somewhat on that peculiar journal. The Enquirer man seems in great trouble at the unhappy position in which ho finds him self, oven among his african allies in Indiana, and in his extremity would even drag himself out of tho slims, into which, by his own de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 12 June 1857

9 THB VALLEY FARMER-DEVOTED TO THE TRUE INTERESTS OP FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WKMM MEN. VALIBY FARMER. ii i i Jatatts last sat a a a n Or, tks great Stent for Taming Morus. Ths horsa-castor U a wart, or sxcrstmil, which grown on evary horsa 's for Ufa and ganarallj on tha hind laga. It haa a peculiar rank, musty smell, and saatly puilad off. The ammoniac! afflat ia of tha horaa sea nan peculiarly to oooasatrats in thia part, and it mr trong odor haa a great attraction for at! animals oanine. and tha horaa himsslf. Kor tha oil of amnio, tha horaa haa an iaslinottv passion both are original tativaa of Arabia, and whan tha horta cent tha odor, ha is instinctively drawn toward it Tba oil of Rhodium possesses peculiar propartiaa. All animals aeam to ehertab a fondnaaa for it. and it axarcisea a kind of subduing influence over them. Tha directions given for taming horaea art ai follows: Procure some horse-eaator, and grata it fine. Also gat soma oil of Rhodium and oil of cumin, and keep th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 June 1857

A OMIMATHO&n,J Hl IS A NEWS PAPBR-OEVOTBO TO PORBiGN - ' .. 1.'; 'tKtU-;,1 . VOL XXV.-NO. 27. TUMI OP THB INDIANA AMERICAN. Far ear. atUeader thter PM U patt ithlt. ata aaoath M? If paM ta rfttM MS Ulea o(Ihw mm . WWn Ma ar mn sr ! oe , w tab nHi aha, ha 11 at I na; reaew , s cut , aa, whar IW MS Tbl Duller, muni I tBtaWea. All e .ertWte ar aaJereel aa ni aa nUsee aal aafre-s orAtr te IS c mrarj ara gn ; ta n aaaar efll oa etaewal ntted. whll arrears Mr Iii'' t' - I, aarUU t. Order for JtseuntUa ie a mit ba at lbttib, and ot bj raturulaff a Dpr Started "Nfe! errata wlthatrfB 4 to wselln, poJUB or wau mere tum a ner inir pparcnii , r w o I at t mbbsIw taw r a4era umoi U ol of Dm . wlUul ralanDg 4l on Ina) sad Drt artaraa.. UiM pai..i. .M aa eatntqawei a Am IUCK Utt. i Mow .to la a aawatreaa LmtRATES Or ADVERTISING. Om itaara tar toaa, (taa Meet) ooo laawrtlua fl.7ft Foraac erfdlltoaal rda.nt w. py lug ator Ihaa ose aq in.iK) Taarlj eaisrUeia. chaittaah qaartsrlr, F' AejUl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 June 1857

EIDIAJA AMERICAN s4v TO LIMBTT - , MV, ao rv.. twara , d PC r4 iuu tf. T. A. wTOODWI, Kdltör IHTJlAJIAFOtl. IVSLUIA. fRIO V Y JtTJII It. IMT HiMi ümi t or U . I Waeatectee Sirr. Kaat ef "44 fell' Meli I an, - eaeaetefc 1- II II LML J ..LH.I1- JL1 TD lAJTK CHaJtm rOlfSADOWl THI CA VAX fWinUHUMK tTJT The way ia which on peso of villainy i prrpetreted, indicates pretty clearly how mm V acccmnhahed. Tt in now manlC-t that the peoPJ. of Indboa hm : msvBiTeM mar ine peopie 01 muu 1 (tot bank phartrr faatened hpan thx for , the next twenty yeere, that they never de-1 .iA .nrf which in the manner f ite De 1 through die Legis !u'-ure. ud the pro oesa by ausok Iba eevarai htanuboa were iisjsniei l it ' tkw) bvUeat aud moat mmM tri uraoha of a liteiu eUqua of saeav ij jeHli j "tin orar the rights of the j the peuple, in their preaent etato of civiliiapeoplo, vjf whleh we have any knowledge.-' tion, are about to need, relatively to the fathl whole aim of the thing, wia a moan mrr We may aeeuue,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 June 1857

THB VALLEY FARMER-DEVOTED TO THB TRUE INTBRBSTS OP FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORHJNO MN. Oar peeuU roporusr At Cleveland prwttotea tome urn days go, tbaft a di Vision of ths Presbytarian Charoh (ß, S.) naf iaeviuW. Wo hava sine published tho action of tho General Assam bly on the subject of slavery -tin protect of tbe Commissioner from ti.e 3outb against tbo action Um ai vr of the North through a com?u.".oo, with Prof. Allen, of Lane Seminary, at ita head. Wa now lay betöre oar reader the addreae of the Southern Commissioners, published aiiice the adjournment of the Asa-rubiy . In this thay call Ibr a Convention at Washington City on the 27th of Aug., to form a new General Aaseu bly -an Assembly in which there sha'l be no discussion or agitation of the subject of slavery. It will be interresting, juit now, to glance at the series of eventa which has led to this result. From the first, the Presbyterian Church in this country, was decidedly Anti-Slavery. In 17t7, before the General Asse...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 June 1857

THE VALLEY PARMBR-OEVOTED TG TE TRUE INTERESTS OF FARMERS, MSCflfeltfCS, AND MMm MEH. T eg 1 , VAllBY FARMER. Tor lk rintlanaU liaaelte. dom on Dow wm? good bxeadis. - Well Charles," aai(l uncle Jarno, looking ip from ike now paper be had been pretending to read, "I have heard all your praises of the lady in question, and the long list of accomplishments you ascribe to her ought to satisfy any reasonable young man, but as I am an old man you may say an old fogy if y u plesse let mo auk you a plain question, Does she know what good bread if" "Good bread?" repeated the lover with a pusaled expression. "Why, wele, of course ho must, from the table they keep at her fathers," id the sympathetic Emma, to whom Charles loved to speak of his beloved one, "of course she knows good bread from poor." "Excuse me, my dear, but there is no 'of course' in the matter, and, if, amid all her French and German, and piano and guitar lessons, she has not been expressly taught to distinguish good, wholeso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 June 1857

B A NEWS PAPBR-OBVOTEDO FOREIGN ftND DOMESTiC NEWS, WORBIS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, ACRICUITURB, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIETY. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, FJUDAY, JUNE 26, 1857. WHOLE NUMBER 1276. VOL. XXV NO. 28. mm or ruu INDIANA AMERICAN. at Ihm rnrnd of tha aar if Mil iL adaaatB... a.................. iwmim- S,SO la dads of taa ar nw.. . IfM Wkm laa ar aar r lakta al on oflka, aaw tubWlM atr ba add- a, ar Id tabaertbara may raa. at tUa a ta, waarf two aant Tora Dalian, rr ictlt IIOVtM. AU tat cribara ara aadarttaod aa aagagrfta hr enUnna talaaa tiprft ordm to Ua ntrar j art f en ; If Mid within diMtbj will aa aiaaaal'Boaa. valla arraara ara m Ua aaaaertbar la octhla a. Ofdwt for a pall, ant BOal ua it larrta, aad aot by ratarolac a papr wialMMlH älarnnllut . All p raoaa, wlthaai raaa. 4 ta waalta, paatttM ar at patiMf artwarafaar wua I at l aaaaa ta Iba r addra-1 wltatui lakiag iloular Uta , wttooui ortfarin M wic-oaMnaad aad paylag ar aarajrat, wUlba publlt ltd aa 4aUaqaa la taa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 June 1857

A NEWSPAPER-C0NTAM9NG A 6R3EF SUMMARY OP THE LATEST PORBiGN AND DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INDIANA AMERICAN. "rtssosn rr to nrra, to tissarT 4 tAW. T. A. UOODWIS, Editor. nroiAVApoi.it, uroiAVA. PHIDAY, JGSJK M, l7 "mm or reaxicTwat, n. aa ImMhm Strsst. lMt( U fallow,' 1111 TstHStsry; whsrs all kins of Jos W ork will LI Wittum Of TUB DEJEOCEATTC PAKTT It is painful to charge upon a prominent part? that it diarsgards und tramples upon law, whenever party ende are to be subser ved thereby, but auch a charge liee justly against the l)caa or ratio party. We do not mean that every member of that party disregards law, or would violate law for the peesnotion of party interests, for there are many excellent eitisen whose votes and influence are constantly given with that petty. who condemn, in conversation, the course of their leaders, vet strangely they support the men whom they thns condemn, for the aake of tupporting the party, ss if thsir persona) salvation and the salvation of tba country ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 June 1857

A PAPER PGR THE PAfllilY C3RCIB-DEV0TB0 TO THE AMUSEMENT AND INSTRUCTION OP YOUNC AND 010. From IkeS T Remarkable Phenomenon near Oitoa. 1 TWO LIVES I.OST. Houses ud Trees DeUoyeU by a Meteor Uttc., June 14 Tat evening nriom xc-itl mmors ' were abroad in this city, to the effect 1 that tho long threatened comet had ! 44 &trtwr ' in triA nmtrl. VvirhiMxl of this self, a fish from the same pool, or a evident in a wound upon the abdomen, merabor of the same family a juve-, Reflections sad and suggestive throngnite member of the family. It was i my mind as I looked on the oorpas not supposed by your correspondent!" that mothor. and thought on the at the time, that anything serious or fato httd stricken her in death, im.n ... .t th Wfnm of thM while the infant in her arms was utter wifdand flying reports, but I neverthe less ondeavored to trace them to their source; and the result was a well authenticated statement that a phenomenon ofasingular nature had been ...,kl in th- k...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 June 1857

THE VAllEY FARM ER--DEVOTED TO THE TRUE INTERESTS OP FARMERS, MBCHANICS, AND WORKING MEN. VALLEY FARMER. oomom amu watsshzlovsI'.ui'o! noa run Iv rinil with 11 the certainty of the encumber and the pumpkin. They require a little more cere in selecting and preparing the groun d A aandy loam ie alvvays to bepreferredi but any light, friable oil, with a southern exposure, free from prevailing moisture will answer. The ground should be converted into a fine tilth, the hills should be dug out to the depth of eight or ten inches and eigh'een inches in diameter, and should be tilled with ene-third well rotted abort manure, one -third good sand, and one-third good rich earth well mixed. The hills should be ten to twelve feet apart each way, as room may allow, and the seed, say five to a hill, should be planted all over the hill, an inch below the surface. When the sprouts are about two inches high, gtvothsm a fair sprinkling with wood ashes while the dew is on, or after watering them, and r...

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

aaaaaaWäaaaaW aa.l aWä. MDIHIMA AHAICÜ A NEWS PAPER-DEVÖTBD TO P0RS9GN AND 00MBST3C NEWS, MORALS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIETY. VOL. XXY.-NO. 2!). gnw TBRMt Of TMK INDIANA AMERICAN Jr fTi i tu aad 't ib jmi ff JJ whftin .iHM.nth. ....tu .... a?BB J.lHi it uttS it In clad -4 Mu W irr Lan r m)rr Ulii n n(B'. aa tub(iM aw. be 44 '4. Irl ba riheri mar r,, t cl .t a aa, wbM t" -and Tuim lKUf.rtitT. t aaae. LZj?L AU MA flwaare mite a'".l og'glag VI mu a le !' r4 r to i a airurj im tf . d a ,r wUi 41 nt owad. Iii arrr arw aapat i. aula I biNlaar m wortSIa Ordr fr AI conti a n mut it irtni. ud by raturfttuf a r nr ed M(lfM 4 " AU p r,a. U iol r gu 4 I walla, p"iKU or an, ar i . ; wW 4r rag th lr pr . hat . I. or miitrm..r " IM Icmi la lb r add ..- with ui .Hint it t u f lb 4Jc. ilb.it ordar in moart a4 frarlat r-aara, wllis juiMii .4 aa aatntitaa at i a a a tfa ICH CieT. M may CM ha aaul at aar tM Ina all Tsao La? Tit RATES OF ADVERTISING. (n tu, a n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 3 July 1857

A IHEWSPAPBR--C0WTAJN3N0 h BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE LATEST FOREiCN AHO OOMSSTiO MTElUGHNGfi. INDIANA AMERICAN. Hl tO TUT. TO ItSISTT ASS LAW, o rsroa swavs p. A no rt mm t. T. A. OOBWII, Editor. PHIDaY. XBLY I, IMt or PCMLICATl"J.-No. S a Utrt. Staat of 44 Fellows' Hall TaUo Story ; bore all alas of Joa M ark all! EIVATOl DOTJOLAI BXP TJWATII QUATTO SOTEXTOaTTY AJTD ADVOCATES XÄOW IOTHIIOIMIEvery aenaible man knew from the first that the plea of Squatter Sovereignty waa an arrant humbug, fabricated to secure Kanaaa to slavery by granting unuaal powers to the frit Legialaturc that abould be elected under the act, and providing that Miatuuriane might elect that Legislature, by act requiring a residence of an hour in the territory prior to voting. It never waa intended that the principle harped upon should became general. It was intended to apply only to Kanena, and such other territories aa might need it to give the clave power predominance. Poligamy is as much a domestic institution aa s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 3 July 1857

A PÄfBR F6R THE FAMitjY MRGUl--MV Eü '-TMis ÄfViUSBJWSlf T ANfi MSTfiUCTäGii M YOÜHfi A NO OLD Murdered sod abaiprd Pros near Loevwi .wrortB Ar,sltted I fni m t ss I n IM lnui Dfiore JHubt aaran u. It coaptf , the A Herl can Jeffries. A few weeks since tho announcement wa made throughout the In ml. that Chaalm Fuoit, a notorious; Border Ruffian, who, during the Kansas troubles shot and scalped a German named Hopps, for the odious crime of wishing Kansas to be a Free State, in other words for being a "d d Abolitionist, " had been arretted near Leavenworth, and would bo speedily brought to trial before Judtre LnooMrra, and dealt with according to daw and order." The partisans of the Border Humans claimed that tho arrest of this murdorer most foul and wanton, and his trial and punishment, would vindicate Leoompte from the charge of being a bloody and black - gmard American edition of tho brutal and in tamo ii J udge Jeffries, and ah w that the law and order Democracy of the Border were...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 3 July 1857

THE VAUBY FARMERDEVOTED TO THE TRUE INTERESTS OF FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN. VALLEY PARMBR. 1. In Otiom AND HlSTOST. Buck haut, or literally Oeech-wheat, ao enlled from it smcI resembling la shape the atact of the beeeb, ia ooncedd bjr all writers to be a native of Ota trJ and Northern Asia, ibouf h the time of iatiodaetioa iato Europe ie differently staled. B.me aa that it waa brought bj the Moora iato Spain, ia the eighth century; othera thai it came with the Craeadera ia their return fron the Hoi? War in tha twelfth, and, be that aa it may, it ie certain that it baa bean cultivated in England only about two hundred and fifty year, lis triangular grain, rrow-enaped leaves, and fragrant, par pi iah white flower are too well known to require mora particular daaeriptioa. f. INTBODCCTION AND PAODOOT IN ma D, 8. it waa firet cultivated in th United State, by tha Dateh on the Hudeoa. and the 8we1aa on the Delaware. It ia mentioned among tha grain producta of tha former, aa earl...

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