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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 14 August 1857

I "ff it Vi i mm ijiS I .saJmW&&S9Fke&- " " " ' " " ' -vr' ,t. iss. JsaaaiU -iüWMfcMMP , .. .. , TT4-BiiafaiMBiiti r'Mi'trw--- iiiiXM"iMMfc A NEWS PAPERDEVOTED TO P0RE3CN AND DOMESTIC BWS, TßäWPERfiÜCE, BOUCATIGN, ACK.CUlTUI.Sj AND THE BEST INTERESTS OF SOCIETY. YUI, XXY.---N. 36. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, W11IMY, AUliUST 14, 1857. Wlioi.l. NUMBER I2M 1 TKHM V TMI INDIANA AMERICAN. P.. aar. M I Ha aaSuf yaa II i-ai.t Ith a.SU U i .a ft ' l" la aMa rflw mora. a ir aaar- ara 1 r tat t.M l, a ' ' ., h." I.. I TVrt i ' '. "a? laU-flSra at" af..W'itoal liagliig I. SAW IIa ad aap la. .,i,i. r to ma nirarj ara " I tit... l. ai.'l x tl a rIOrr la w..rOta orriara Im mtlHlM a UriWi a4 Hat ratHrre S 1 All v II all... r I i. I I lMa .1 ' lit fiafM". -tili' ntl.ta .I'll mi. vt'H i.itr. rlaS In ll Hmita. f.lT li A I' ' I ADVKUiTMiNU. ntlll Ina tKall a aMalW I I ' " tu aa a l l'Vwil'" " ,llr ' a Uall. tM lM M"ia aaM .im lllHlluH Mvf , ul U kMhl ,,,. .ai,.l4Hlitf 41...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 14 August 1857

DTDIANA AMEEICAK. I . l m To Trr. to nuit Ajr l w . B rTo 4T r. a o n mt.v xl A. OOOBWI , feditor. lläuVaFOLlS. IBDIAJIA. raiDAT. rwir t. iev orricB or M'll.T Ti V- vo S I ssl . wr ee s mh . L- .11 Ll.i. I k & . L. K 111 in t e.str. 4aKsureun-rrs nuni Bosxnse ATO IVTISB nofpxcTt those who sttribute the growth and pros parity of ladinnnpoiia merely to the facts that it is situated in the midst of a fertile eeontry. and is the sent of jrorernmeut of a growing and wealth Stute, do not understand ha history. Tbcae aro important ele. ante of proa pority, but nut iu chief. With, oat the enlarged liberality end unequal. J 00 operation of its chiton in bringing in asai sswtaiaing the various mercantile and ejtehsoical interests fbr which Uisrcmarka baa) toeee natural advantages miuki hare ahnoat worthless, ha parliert etiler men of enlarged views, and they have lift the impress of their foresight and liberality on everything they did Their iucrs, or rather their younger associat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 14 August 1857

h NEWSPAPBR-GNTAMIiN A BR3EP SUMMARY OP THE LATEST FORB9GN AND DOMESTIC mmmWM. Lr.j Indiaa.i Tiak at ' REstNISCBNCI hV HON. O. H. SMITH. .Iii kjl BABLY I.Kiiisi ri Hf Uf INDIANA. In Autmst 1822. 1 was elected to the Leiris.aturu from Fayette, and lutein .November niounU'd my ihv and started for Corydon, tho ternpor -tofrrim-nt M was-! w V hv Mailiaon thsvn n. .mull Till. I r .k L. 4. ... .1 P 111 HIV I VVII I II af 'l Iii Ulli US? from home; I rodep to a little frame home, about the center of the town. to which I was directed as the only hotel. My horse was taken at the stepa by a slim flaxen haired youth of a hoetler, I had a first rate supper, a MW(et, clean bed, a good break taat, and Ml on my journey in the morning, the landlord, as 1 supnosad, being frrn home. The next Monday the Housed RepreHentu m e-met n the SJ'.90fydm-.. I11' 1 i rhornton, the t lerk, callea tu ,. r, A p r m - ii Hi a i roll; (ountyot Jefferson when fi mrple, my flajceu headed ho--u. su-pr .orwaru ... i..e ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 14 August 1857

D THE VALLEY FABiWER DEVOTEfl TO TNii TRUE INTERESTS OP FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN. VALLEY FARMER. WHAT OF THE OSAGE ORANGE? In r poo to inquiries, we prorulsed iu our June number to give special attention to thin plant during our Western travels. W 0 Lave done 0, and tiler aeeing the plant in almost .very suge oi growth, in n variety of 53L?52aJ5Ti ' T T 1! tat, and iHer con2Cnf EE iT i lata to being more unsettled than erar ita regard to the general adaptability of the Osage Orange Ibr hedging, in short, ire have not jet that faith in it which would lead us to be at the ezpenae of planting out five hundred rods of it. in any place or under any 'I'l?1 VT ; I 7 other reaort whatever for fencinir. where there We expect this statement will call forth strong protests, for we have vis ited a few localities where the plant now promises to succeed, and we doubt not it will sometime be successful, but we certainly speak within due limits, when we say that so far the failures have ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 21 August 1857

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 21 August 1857

INDIANA AMERICAN I -niMU Ml D rum. TO MSSBTT X LAW. 0 re T V, ! ao BAU. t. a. tiwwpwnr, Mitt DTOAmiA, DTWAIIA. UMICC or PLBt VI Waaaaa etaat of aa Fall :. or TIM älar: arfcsra mil alas of Jo ' oaa W ill Mob MANN ON C0LLS8I M0ÄA1B. Horace Mann, of autionh, Ohio, ha re eentry written n Inttnr to an Educational Aseoeinttofs,ln which he taken strong ground again retaining in college voting men of bad moral He nrgne that though tbey may be) borne with in tbe preparatory class es, that no on should be pnaeed through the College classes, and graduated, to whose power to do etil addition! power should bv Med by a testimonial ot scholarship H f7 -That vie oeght never to be armed with the power of knowledge. Hence whatever hopef ul lenity ot' forbearance may be extended toward students during their pre para tu n course ret whn the? enter College their day of probation should be considered as about ended. There they are bound to lay thn foundation broad and d. ep of all then virtue, upon which...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 21 August 1857

,' . . . - h NBWSPAPBR-GONTAiNSNG A BRIEF SUMMARY OP THB LATEST FQRBiGN AND DOMESTIC iNTBUlGENGB. nwl. T t the Duly Jon Early iodtana Trials. BXMIBISCBMCB BY HON. O. H. SMITH. As I have already found that these Reminiscences cannot be confined to trials alone, and give them the intereat desirable, I have concluded to take a wider range, and sketch other interesting incidents, that the reader may look tor as they appear. STATE ORGANIZATIONS, A NU DIVISION or PARTUS. I came to Indiana in the spring of 1817. The political affairs of the State wero then in the hands of three parties, or rather, one party with three divisions the Noble, Jennings and Hendricks divisions which were all fully represented in the convention that formed the Constitution of 1816. Gen. James Noble and Jonathan Jennings were delegetes. Jennings was elected President, and William Hendricks Secretary of the Convention. It was evident to these leaders that personal political conflicts must arise between them, unless...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 21 August 1857

THE VALLEY FARMER-DEVOTED TO THE TRITE INTERESTS OP FARMERS, MECH AND WORKING (ill; n ( PARMER. From the Country Gentleman. STACKING HAY AND GRAIN CROPS WHEN NOT FULLY DRY Mkssbs. Editors. We begin to anticipate tom troable this year in retting oar bay and grain crops taorouffhly' cored and perfectly dry beforonavingutortako them to the barn or stack. Tbe lso-Jis'notbased entirely upon the weather 00 far wet, showery, "catching," and uncertain almost everywhere but more upon the heavy growth of gran, straw, Ao., in meadows fandgrain fields which will require a long time to dry out thoroughly, especially where the hay or grain is cut close to the ground. Occasions will pretty certainly occur noon which it will bo difficut to determine which of the two evils if the least, and the one to be chosen, of course, uamely to draw in hay or grain before the moisture in them is sufficiently dried out, or to run tho risk of longer exposure, raoro rain, or other injuries of undesirable reeults. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 28 August 1857

A NEWS PAPER--D BVOTBÖ TO PORE9GN AND DOMESTIC HEWS, mUHMZZ, EDUCATION, AfiHICUlTüftEj THE BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIETY. n 7 T-rw r i .71 f . 14 v - ; w i .iffi iif ! .I.- . , t -g. INDIANAPOLIS, INIHANA. FRIDAY, AüeüST 28, 1857. WHOLE NUMÜKR 1285 VOL XXV.-NO. 37. THHMl OW TUB INDIANA AMERICAN. per ratr. et Um eftse ÜM r If ei.1 ui.ui t mouth. 52 u said tm täimu Kg Im eleae of Ms or eaorej. Wkn Ma er Brttr taten at od Sc, aew tub HltttN be ed"l, r ia ujr nm, M.ieb rates, when two mdU Tree Dollirt.rTiic-rtT ' V rlrr euderatoe.l aa nf to oonlieue vielen tipreat ortltrt to the contrary ec. fOta . uapel t, uulett the eebecrlear M worthiest. Ow or.'-rs for ltacoatteueaeemasa ee mi littii, a nm u, , star a - IC MM BaBraea, --i.ae. All P rtoal, wiihou rage. v. . a to who leave wUaaaloeaerluf Ui-lr iapor cbstgs J, or MflMirrwnfor wae let it eotse te tkeir addre s vfteui tafclaa- It ooA of too IBM, wOUoutorderlas; it i IMlteMd aad P47lit.rt..jUlbo p.b.i. ..a . dellrHeeatl la tat ILACIl LltT. Mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 28 August 1857

A PAPER FOR THE FAM81Y CIRCIB-DBVOTBD TO THE AMUSEMENT AND INSTRUCTION OP YOUNG AND OLD. INDIANA AMERICAN. iHtNTlITI, TO LIMITJ MUW, o V4TOB c. as a no rata nuu . HTMANAFOlIt, INDIANA. PHI DAY. ACOCwT aa. 1MT orrica ow PIULU ATI -So. M KM Fellow.1 Hall TMH -wry ; whara II kl -4a or Jok Wark will a 4ooe with attutH mm 4 patrb MCXTJLLXri AUDIXSB A few weeks ago w referred to to iddress delivered by Rev Mr. McMulJen, of thia oity, before the Platonean Society at Aabury University The principal object of tat notioe ffii to defend Daniel from the aspession of the Sentinel, which took occasion to commend him as a Uniontaring, time-serving, lower-law politician, ach a one ae would catch a fugitive slave, if commanded to do to ; Aying, among other thing equally false, that 'This obedience to those in authority and the laws of those he served, was forcibly illustrated by faithful services under five masters. The Bible contains no more beautiful exemplification of a faithful citisen and Chris...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 28 August 1857

A NEWSPAPER-CONTAINING A BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE LATEST FOREIGN ANO OCOIKSfiG NTBIUGBNGE. -X m Prom the tou vier. mbjexit matter of Um sot to exc) tide free M k Kditoe :- In the Locmotve, an oegroas from coming iato the Hute obaeure abeet published at !oiianapolis, j could be more clearly expressed than it In the. State of I iiiliana, id an article in- it in the titln "An Act to enforce the tended, no doubt, at n severe attack up- j 18th Article of the Constitution." The on the uudereigned. Under other cir- act itaelf it limply a recital of thn 18th umttaocet. ptrhaj), the imbecility of Article, which undertake to enforce the article in question would render it j with a penalty. The 18th Article, and doubtful whether any reply were oeceaaa- , the act to enforce) it. refer to one and ry, but ta it i mutt evidently designed to j the tame thing, and to no other; ooneeiujure our credit and good standing with ; qnently the title of the act could misthe public, we have deigned to give it a l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 28 August 1857

LLOJ 1 L 14. L I. ii " n iri i (i PMHfBA'.' ihre AYee9llBwBBTeH SAV . IluNKY BY DESTROY I Nü DHONKS. It ia a certain tact demonstrated by Ifuber, ami proved ugain and again. Kineo his time, that the impregnation of Ik queen laut throe vor., at leant, thia being tho ease, there are aeaaonn -whon the apiarian will bo enabled to Mcttro tho greatt quantity of honey, by preventing his bees from swarming and at tho sainu timo destroying all the drones. The plan ia simple and effectual. Vor tbu drat, it is only necessary to Contract the entrance to the hire to a space 5 32 of aii inch wide, this will allow a Worker bee to pass in and out, but will detain the queen in the hive. This spaeo will also keep back tho drones, and it is proposed to destroy litem aa they certainly ought to bo, if tho hiro is prevented from swarming, and as I shell presently show then take a box, say six inches sqqare, and insert a wooden tube one half inch in aperturo, and about one aad one half iaobes long, ae tha...

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

ASP A BWS PAPER- DEVOTED TO FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC VOL XXV. NO. 38. im or TU INDIANA UCAN. far rear, at taw sd ot the year $,00 If pmi wttaia U Bieatae SUo U satd lyerraaae Ml WkM Mm er me re r lakea at on Mee ,oew atMlfttMM b dtia4, er old a übet libera M; renew. M UB itlM, whsr tweea4Tre Dollare.e.muTLT isa.awa. AU aut-ortra wa acieriloej aa angagler, UJ eonUawe iiIib mnn orders la ta eoatrary are giraa ; MittiW'lu S gieeentinaed, wail umn are uMM, nil Ue sabseri bar to a o rthleee . Ordere for tlssiianin r ba bt um, aa4 act by relurnimm iMr Btru4 "reruaed." AU f nil, wttfcoat regard la wealta, poetUaa or lint, w Bo Imn w llae B i ordat if Ulr papa r c baage l, ar partag arrearagea.or woo let a eosseto Ihsr addrairnBel aaaklag it aal of the eSSee, withetil ordering it aaeBilaasal od pay tog arrearsajee, wil.be publle ,ed ttoquots la Ue BLACK Lift i at oar rlak ia a kauiarmaa LbtRATES OF ADYEBTISINQ. (tea Haw) mm laaartioa .JO, 7ft BMlaeea narite ari irrrmsyCig mass lhaa aaa 04 aar, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 September 1857

fh PAPBR FOR THE PAMJIY C8RCIB--ÜEVOTED T fM AMSM&m AM iNSTRVCTlOII OP Y6ÜM AND 010. ;-- faTV aVV im 1mm. -SW v v INDIANA AMERICAN. "nuut ac-r to nm, t limbtt im law, to vom BWAlf C, MD SO MU MAU AWB, T. ijmblllf, Alitor. IHDIAHAPOLIS. WmäMFRIDAY, NEPTE.WBEH 1, t57 OWlCat OP PL" ULI CAT 10 31 . X. a Fast W Mactoa tret. Baat af "44 fellowa- Hall and such things are nQt the business of edifblniStorv: h. re all klnaa of Job urk. will . Jon, w th neMneti am aeaatch , WEARLN8TKE GALLING YOKE OF PARTY , In 1S4X. a young man by th name of Blvoham, was living in Lafayette, in this State. A he was a young man of .some sprightlineaa his friend had hopea that he would some day make his mark in the world a hope in which he indulged somewhat himseh: At that time there was an almost universal sentiment of opposition to the aggreaaion of da very All parties in the North acquiesced in the proposition to confine it colts present limits. No prominent Democrat, except Jessie D. Blight, Rai...

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

A HBMBATIC JTTDOI 0 TVS CÄEID OF TWM FA1TT A Utter from Judge WardenHe perrniUthe Dred Scott Democracy to Retire fr&m Him A SevmUen Year' Ckmmection Severed. The Democratic party, in coovontion, teat Thursday, not only ondora- 6Ü toe Urod Scott decision, but declared the 'concurrence of tho Supreme Court of the Unitod Stat, in the doctrines with regard to the constitutional powert ana political rights of the States and Territories, which have, been maintained by the Democratic party." I cannot believe that tho body of the Democratic voters can come to know and appreciate these things, without alarm on the subject of tho relations thoy sustain to tho party known as Democratic. For my own part, I have been strongly attached to the Democratic party too strongly to abandon it from caprice or solhshness too strongly to witness its gradual change, from the defense of State Kights, to centralism, without vigorous efforts to re vivo its ancient faith, and restore its ancient pra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 September 1857

THE VnLLEi fmmm-ümni) CO TUE TRÜB INTERESTS Of UMlllIM, fiäfiHÄioS, AND WORK.NCi WIEN. VALLEY FARMER. rpablthfi the n-llot ilnlmn tli quality of d by an old Hosr tllrr 1 already known, w 1WM of our routlara, iu( nt tu xtsttd th infor grsl th? th nolant w what partimlar quäl tl djr Ii tat, m w Hinr.l that mora Impor im - nloi i !,.tn ia ilua u Hoar. a may U n , lr ilnl n narr aiwave in tait la altantte An Indio alios of MaMlv: "Look t iUcowr ; Inl U white, will. Itglitly ylliwlah or alrnw iii ttti( i! la N giHMt atjn. tf Ii ia vry whit, with Linah , . or illi lila'a aponka lull, tho H..ur I not good. Emmi ita aillieaivaitwaa, Wal und rid Ititl of it hotwn th flnjrre if it rork dry and Isatla (l la good; if if wot It oft and Usky it U poor. Flour mad from apring whoat ia lik ly to ba atloky Throw little lump of dry rtour tgalrtat ii dry. atiuMtth. ioi.-iuli. iiUr ur .'sua, if U dhrrva In lump, Ihf floor h life in It; if it fall Hint powdor it U bud .Soim Bomo of thr fiour In your oand...

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

Tk ....... C A la, at lvAAT I oTtlw. - "v msm imioo vi a-aav v v United State have no doairo to prolong the political dtstarbaiue in Kansas, either for tho benefit of spot--ulators in the Territory, or of par-iu:;--s Krt tat Ti..v 1 '.II IIVIIIIVIMUO --www.fc. li--.ii-,- t. noaco. order, and in -.. : 4-i.i:ik..l ... r.-. ;i i Ii n t .it I'll V I'HIIIIMIIII 11 111 I Mill IIT1 1.111 illlll inv tviviiv aiuva ... . 1 attractive region, and this, they ' ..t. Mv..r n i,l i- I ... I ... Unoii mtU .rAna nn which th moIiI ioal tmrtio nf ihn TTninn rii'ht l - i - e thoir tlist nrhi mr aiul om hitf orod con- test. Since tho last Prosidontial Philosophy U CotBT.-Mr. Boyeleclion, the general feeling of tho don, a civil enginoor ot Boston. whole country, has hern that the IMli loft to ' people of Kansan should bo manage thoir own affairs that tho admission or exclusion of Slavery from their limits should be submitted to their own decision, and that the whole people should bo protected in tho expr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 September 1857

t THE mm PÄRMBR-DBV0TB8 TO IM J VALLEY :V; : :i SOWIM. V HEAT. . . , .n t'. .a ' vvrr m VTZ "I tho tar king Wh at ill H VI IH I IHV Ilia- . inanitions I r sowing nis It itlio result of general oxpcrioncc, that early sown wheat is not so apt to be winter kille! as that Which is sown late; ttve owing should not be delayed beyond the middlo of tho month. Many tail in a thorough preparation ..k.,.L4 Kn of the soil. If sod, it II turned over, and har1 thro-1 t imo-. Tho soi ! r w is gi HUH: bv own t( ind thrown out aviug cross i tho seed in I it in with a tho furrow, and harrow it m Willi a heavy harrow. This will set tho seed di-ep" and though it will not come up so piiok. it will take a firmer hohl of the ground, and be less liable to be thrown out. No doubt more can bo grown on a surfcoe whoro it tedrifiod in, but this rcpiiros the use ol'oxpensivo maehinory. whioh. however, thus far. has not mot with much l'ayor among our türmen. Wheat, before heilig plantoil. is usually washod or st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 September 1857

tr.M J BWS, IM - RAIS, TBi-JP-MN-B, BOÜCftTiOW, nGRiC. .TÜRE, AND THB 8B8T jHT BRESTS OF $ . C3ET.. 1X1)1 ANAl'OIJS, INDIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1857. . WHOLE NUMRER 1288. h Mm PAPERDfiyOTfiD TO POnfitö AND DOM' VOL. XXV NO. 40. i i 1 1BRN8 OP THK "Indiana American. Kar jrmr. at tba n4 of the yanx f Ht. I within lis OWlb J.W. . J,'-' 2,'JU 11 uai't . ., I n alnha of tan r mwrm - Wu. r taa v nor ar la-an i ooa -Ue .new wo.criur, mi . .., t ..id jjy y; ucl.b .b ,-kar two .tn4TnrMr DollBr-,Ti-tr 'V.T'l.r.'.ih. .r uu.ltritood 11 nfir, 0- I tlB uoIom pr rl.r. w m. c.ntrmry r r ' J .inoPrw,ii 6. d7,J;VTrtw.forr i atI.uuu'Ir.V t.TTt. .u.i . by r.tumi.. ainnu orJ.n o tue c.iiiirrj r '.7;i;..,Mf''rtiM." Utgffi I tf iyt"M' 7"" .,,..,, .,r,i.B. ,t r .7 r . ... . 1 .... Jla onltli, umiiMin . wuliaut tliiui Uoui 01 me uwc, - . .-) , . 1 ..d.awlY4?Ä,r,: ü",uh", "ipoverty. Willy... he n kind, sir ,.Lh, Lac Tier. Money cm b. rtk ' -"" ' " . 1 i. x rvs nv ADVEUTISIMU. , . . ir.ctiun r,r in.rr, H ...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 September 1857

A PAPER PGR THE FAMJIY G3RGIE DEVOTED TO THE AMUSEMENT AND INSTRUCTION OP YOUNG AND OLD. INDIANA AMERICAN. Ml to varrs, to mbistt as iaw, O ATOB SWAYS V, AS HO MAB BAU AWt. T. A. OODWIN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. FRIDAY. "BPTKMBKH 1H, 1.X7 Of KHK or I'l ULH IT! . So. njtw WmUmMi Htreel. Kasi of 044 rellows' II II Tasrw SMsryt where II Sleds of Job Work III be esse with aeainess as etpairn THE PB0OXES8 07 SLAVERY Tii.' father of mir Republic had not the must I intent idea tliat hnman Slavery would i ver br extended with the growth of our country, and that the time would ever come, in the history of thin boasted land of freedom, when our highest tribunals, nnd the Bxecutivc himself would Jeclare the universal right, and the nationalitr of thin nc cursed institution. Rut it hi a deplorable fact that a Supreme Judge ha declared that Slavery ha righto, in all the tree North, and that :. conexists in all the the territories of the Union. The Dred -Scott decision the tuoet inlainou do...

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