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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 February 1854

71 I t BY T. A. GOODWIN. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FJUDAY, FEBItüABV 21, 1S51. VOL. XXII. NO. 10. w Iroftssional (Carte. - Dil J. W. KEELY, . SUxrxx) Surgeoa Dentist OtrU K UAB DOOR KOl'TII OP TUB VAI.LKY Jlül'sK, t rr.iM. All wors. warranUs). No iT furenaiuiuaiuni or advice. )lTl -J. 13. DAVIS, M. D., Ph yalciau & Surscou, OVFICB at hl realJeiim, eorner of Main anj Jarut itrecu, Hrouatllio, IuJ. CYRlS KlIAiO.!. Ju.llesof the Paar, sud Attorney aaJ toun.elloral liw. Hrookville, IbJ. üititf oaib Cornoi of fubile quars. O, 1A1J. "ITT MOItUOW Attorney and Coonaelloral W.U, Ofllca .N. 71UUV bulUmr, Hroosvine,taitiaaa. 1-13. T D. JOSES Attorney asd Conn.vllor a Ji Law,Broollla,luJ Office Iii Holle' bulllins. 43-'SJ CIt OOItSIf A!XK Attorney and fill l, Councilor al La. Office lu lUiio' buiwiii. Urokill, Indiaua. JH. 51't'Ll'IICt AttoruoyatUw. OSlce . on Bitre-.i.treet.two doori uortli ofOn. Hol land's Office, brookriUe. 43-' 33 JXT. IIITT Attorney at Law, and Molu...

Publication Title: Indiana American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 February 1854

TBI IBBUli AMIRIEAB. BK00KV1LLK, INDIANA FRIDAY, rEMBITABV St 193. APPRENTICE WASTED. SIS OLE COPIES of the ISDIASA AMERICAS be had at this office, neatly enveloped and prepaid with stamps, atre cents each. FrrcH will deliver a chemic al lecture at the Methodic Church in Mt. Carmel next Saturday night, accompanied with expeiments and wind up with a Lallocn ascension out of doora. manafarlurc ! Splrllasus Liqura. An esteemed correspondent, after informing us that our opinion about the manufacture of spiritous liquor 'has given great offence to tho temperance men in his neighborhood, proposes the following direct questions for us to am wer. 1. Are you really in earnest when you say you will opprce to "the last" any law that will prevent the manufacture of spirituous liquors? 2. Are you in favor of raising grain and selling it to a distiller or. brewer, to be converted into pirituoul liquors? 3. Had you read the fourth resolution adopted by the late State Temperance Convention, when yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 February 1854

o (t7vfisrrari (Corrtsponfccncr. For The In liana American. Ms. Edito: In thU part of tho country we have no Raürocu! and no Telegraph, but one that paise In silence. We have however veritable incidents worth relating. Here U one. Jlr. B , who liven fw milca from this place, has long been the luv of rum, the dupe of infiJcliti and a terror to his familjr. His wife was raised religiously, tnJ whan he marrieJ her hat' been fr some years a member of the Baptist church. But scarcely haJ the "Honey Moon," passed before she founJ she had a keeper of her conscience.yetthe chains ol her slavery were not drawn lutolcrably t'ght, till they had around them an interesting and growing family. Tho devoted wife concealed her 8orro s from a cold and pitiless world. Great washer joy when the young; "olive plants," began to spring up around their domestic hearth. She fondly hoped that tho feeling of a parent would waken up a spirit of tenderness in ber husband, both toward his children and toward her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 February 1854

:clft hnj. From thr Im! pcudcnt TrcM. itr.-icii jon. t. JONS) . M M. V tn beart I broken ost Jlon! Sons!! Yet Death liih clukhed liiu lt. Uironlng uilJ jk 4 stiatchd aal, Tb earth halb r J1 fltit Her t-lammy Jaw IIa rliMJ ladarkucas an nulher form. TU gravwworia whcle Iii leeU.1 WUfüMtU thrt Rul oh, hos hnsri! whose heart I brokcnnowl Veys aal ralqe.l Ii sorrows o'er that tuouud o lovtug hanJ ballt eilpl a gl link. TU low b I alourlrss! .Nut a sob of wo Or !r)or tot Mm who roll beneath, Ts sight wind weeplu. through lue Arne Flap oVr tue d ihtilr cVItl, p'rll Inf I horror walluf out Uta out dir. Oh, but to eold llic grasstes, fros esrtti At IM World eold arid aulflsh heart U Mtcej gothalto dead thy tiRT bloated Unit At U tby memory. Je wee.l fr theel Poor, murdi'rcd.lost, French Jubnt Th winter tonn will Rulles down thjr gravel Cra-coiliif aprlu III eoiae, and Inda of Jan WtU Unlor bladu and laughing blooms rill !, Vpoti Ilm lour, n,leslpn. apnt, Thi beedlest posier' fol will prr Ii...

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

? BY T. A. GOODWIN. Kates of AdTertllncnarrred upon by- the ubcrlbr: Transient Advertising. On oaareor l, thrie weesa II00 For every sddllloual aertlon under 3 noulli 23 .Yearly Advertising. On jaM or 1, one jrer -VN) On fourth of a enluma3 rao 1.00 Idm ,,üü i year 15,00 On half oU column 3 mo Brno - ;n h m is mo 30.IK) On eolumnS mos W 'J0 m tmo... a.uu . li not SU.wj Tr Insertion nrer three week ent lea tbaa Ur monUi,23 eeitl itiar will b -linnar eonslst ofSio cms ten Pne Nonprell. Anytiitnr. let than a suuar tobe eounUdasa fall iuare; a fraction orcr a aiuare,aa qaar tod half; a fraction over a (piar and a talf, a twooiaroa; audsoon. Circuit and 'oromon PI jasConrt, A mlnlstra Won an4 Uier lera aottccs, ut be pui.l In advance or amply seearod. Inno caa will we awa,t the Line of a an t for the printer' fee. Attorney will beaeli reionaiülo forth l-gal advertiinff oMorea oy inem. iryAnnoonclni;ranlllatrof every description, ft uabvritcr,and fjtotlios who are not lUTIUfOt IVILT lOV)!...

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

m nnm'mmm. nU00KVlLLu7 INDIAN A rnity.w siAilriTäriMi zja ppukxtick WAXTSD. kv slxälk:"cöi,j:s of the IXDIAXA AMERICAXtAti bo had at tlii. office, viraily enveloped and pre piiitl with stamps, ntf'- crnti each. m.AK Di::;ii wd .noiiTo.tots. We will .?iil, by mail, frei qf postage, nk Deed, anJ Dlaak Momes, got up neatly on heavy paper, on the new ahortcsi, styl, et twenty five cent per dozen, whr four J4en,of cither kind are rJereJone Uie. Tiro fvpc en Frfectln And iaaumuch as we are Intrusted, by Divine rrrniin, with the care ut the Lord's Ivck throughout the world, we caa not a'lw this opportunity to pass without earneitly entreating you to extend your protection to the Catholice inhabiting thoe regions, and shield them Hi all limn with yuur power and authoritT. 71 Pope's Utter, to President Pures. W't briefly alluded to the aboe extract from the Pope's letter, a few werke tgo. We introJuce it now by way of contrasting. Ins precepts with his practice orwlut he wishes otheri to Jo,...

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

I roiu our YTmlilitstou rrrpon tritt. VAni!u:Tof, l. '22. Editor rf American TliO discussion on tbt Nebraska bUl till pro-rrer-ar-a In tho Senile. On yfstcrduy, Senator PiUil, of Indlann.'poko la favor of the bill. Whatever inilit bo tho merit of hi argument. It was very pcnertlly enn iJeroJ that he not only violated the rule of good taate, but of parliamentary pruprie'y ! ordinary tlfcrnry by an abuaivt attack upoa (Jen.CaM. fci.irti time) c;o, ibe Senator from Michigan delivered in tha Senato a sputjch uoon tit power of Conrem out th Tcrrltorl., of which he tank occasion tt review ome iewe advanced on the aitbj'ct by Mr. Pettit In a peech mde in tho Moure of Repreaentativea. Atthd satno time ha adverted to and commented upon views advanced on tho tame anbject by other membera of CongrcM, and Ms rewerke were entirely within the established rule of propriety in Parliamentary discussion. Yet Mr. Itt!l Chlotare'rd himself aa eapeci illy singled out for .tack Ij Mr. Can, and a Win? the...

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

sx ;--, tied lotfnj. jiir riiinuio.t?! roaET. V.J burled friend cant forgot, Or must Hi gravi eternal teverf 'TUey lings lu my inomory yet A ud la toy heart ihey 11 llva forever. They laved tu ouco with lore tlnoire, . ' Aed never did Uielr love deceive Be; Eat (loa la any conflict her, ' ' Tkey ruIUad (jukklYte roller me. I heard lb em bid the world adieu, I mw them the rolllug billow;' Tbo'r far-off kouio appeared tn 1, -While yet they pressed their dying pillow. I hoard Uta parting pllgrli Uli, Wall eros-lng Jordan ' tor uy river, Adlet U earth, for II I well ' Now II U well with me forever. I fain would weep, bu No teere of mine coal J e'er recall them; Sr would I wish that groveling tare, . " Carve like wire, should e'erbefall them. They rai tu realm of light and lore; ' "" Tbcy dU ajf'u tUo mount of glory; They bask In beam of bliM above; ' And shoü I lo Uli the pleating tory. O.how llonjtoJMyoir wing, ' And range your Be Ida of blooming, flower? J ; Come, holy waihere tonn an...

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

BY T- A. GOODWIN. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1S51. VOL. XXII. NO. 12. Ill 1.LII. ! I 1 T llatetol AdTerllnffreeaipon br ubcrlbT: Transient Advertising. On ionareor W, three weck $lCO .1.? t .. .. .. i . Fore,verj KWiuunii iviuuii Mii.ici X moul uUti Ycirly Advertising Onquareor l., one year.. Uno Riurta or a roiuuin J inoi. 44 . mo.... .... tU!0 : 44 1 year Oo half of a column 3 mo. 44 44 fliuoi 44 44 M mo - Ono folnmnS moa W.M) 30...'l 'JIM 10 ino. .................. ... . 3j.lK) M mot um Fr each luortlon orcr Uiroe weeka ant than iure months, 23 couta a 'iuare wilt be aiOJeJ. eon.,( of 230 emu ten Unca Nonpareil. Anything leiaUian .uiro to bo couuUUaaa full xiuarj; a fraction oor a i'Ure,M qnare and a bait: a fraction over a aquare auJ a fcalf, aa iwoaquaro; ando on. lion and other lefnl notices icl be .M In aJ- , wanee or amir ecured. Inn caj win we a- i Circuit ana .oinnion neasvgun, - i.m.i.. it u iuo of a Utforts ,rint.-r' roe. At- popular well-bei...

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

UKOOKVILLE, INDIANA r:noiv, Mtu i9, tut. 53'APPEEXTICE WASTED Xtr SIXGLE COPIES of the JXDAXA AUEJilCAXctin be had at this oflice, neatly enveloped and propail With 8t:!Yp, &lji4 CClÜt CACh. m ik ui:cus axd i-ioiitu Acrs. Wo will sand, by miit, res of postage, Clank Deeds, inj Ulank Mortjajes, got up neatly on heavy paper, oa the new shortest style, at twenty five cents per doz?n,when four djzcn.of either kind are ocJereJ at one time. Tn-rd. bjr . I-ocomllTe. Some years ago Prof. Larrabee visited Portland, Maine. Those who have rend the Dr's articles, know that it is a favorite spot with hin. Ho loves it with all the fervor of bis enthusiastic und impulsive nature. He hal been strolling in the neighborhood and was out until nightfall, which fo'.in 1 hint a milo or two from his quarters. He started homeward, and soon came to an inlet for tho tide water, spanned by a railroad bridge, nearly half a mile in length. One of three alternatives must be chosen to walkabout an ext...

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

FaaaUg romiral HUtwry., Inttrvatliig Crrponl?ic. The following instructiro letters of John Van Düren und Ex-Scnator Clemens h Rin bea. w.itlü public by tl.c parties, we transfer them toourclumns: LKTTKUf FROM PRINCE JOHN. Mr Dear Clemem: The position I took on the Diiltimoru Piriform lost mc the respect and es- teem of some of my truest and best.saiy feiends, but so luncj as I knew it to be wise and just, I submitted to this loss without a murmur, or even an explanation, which would h:ivo saved me, bu". injured our cause. The covenant of peace on the Slavery question entered into at Baltimore, I thought wise for the country and in dcspensable fur tho Democratic party. Northern and Southern Democrats differ, utterly differ, on the whole subject of Shivery. What then, can be dune? Why, drop the subject; it is the only way to avoid a quarrel. This w as agreed to bo done at Daltimore; and uow, in open and palpable violation of this agreement, it is proposed to repeal or supersede the pr...

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

ri e u 1 1 u r ; . I . Short aal Fractical Treitlsa os the raoraoATio.i or the OSACSR cm AXn PLANT, And tlu CuUlvitisn and Treatment of tha IleJjewaiTTES roa the locisville jocrsal. In tha first place, it is important to procure geuuine and noun J seed. The seeds of the Osage Orange are enveloped linIy in the tottjh and fibrous substance composing tha fruit or ball. Extracting the aeed without Injuring their vitality is a slow and tedious process. "In order to do it with a greater facility, many unprincipled persons have resorted to scalding or to a high fomenting process, which entirely destroy! the germinating principle of the s$e J. Tho seed of the Ossge Oranje requires a h'gh temperature to Induce vegetatiou, and hence thej'should not be planted until the warm weatherof spring is established, say about the first O the tenth of May. About two weeks before planting, the aeeds ahould be placed to soak and remain iu the water for three days. Not more than two quarts should be put in...

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

fr' ryf aast rgt BY T A. (lOODWIN. BR00KV1LLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1851. VOL. XXll.-.0. 13. 3 llatetaf l4rli"Nrd Uin by Iii nb rllrrl Transient Advertising. On -vtntt ' ''f W''V 1,19 Kf i-MiUiHml "Inn l'f 3 hhmiH "" " 53 Yculy AilvvrtUin;;. ,14 . ir4 of I'M, on Mf m Oiij r... trill of f".umH3 m " "'"'. him .....I'M" .. I Jnf ", (lint Imlfttf ml-iuiii 3 mm. ''"J flnm,, ... ' M ' J III '.. ...."' 1 " Oil toUmn I ' ,. inn, .. ..3i"w U H... Kf ssel IMro..n ' "' I msn u,rs mi. "' '.'.'"V'. iunf rt.wUi of V) ..ii-.l ."fanMr..!. Af)llvi-S iim ( mm l' U-t nun. (.! full T"t"l s f' ,,,m T,,,r,.",a (.Mi nl liHn frrtl.,. aiMf rt '"' " killt. M lS" I'll f " !" ' "" . ... tirmt m. i mm.iii fl..,i.'.i'in, A-ml.il.tr iat Slot nlti" ll H'lH". noi.l l" ,'iiM H II.W..f HI.t .J-Mf.t I'MII Hltll.aliu'f Ulf '' 'fli' " A ,fii)UI Uili.'H",","il','',',t ,.rli. il.tf Kf. Infrt'l for ' . . .i it i-,l ,.,.. iM. liig i..li.ltrs..f 'i irrl.llin, C I ! . riDor. m. .ilinw In SM ' A.,.rn.......

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

IIS I INDIAN A AMEBIC AN. BR0 0KV1LLK INDIANA I'll I DAY MAIM II 17 ISM. PPliXXTlCK 1VAXTXD X2T SIXGI.E COPIES of the IXDUXA A UEIiWAX cm bo had at this oflko, neatly enveloped and prepaid with stamps, nt'e cents each. Cnbn Intrrltrcuce. There is a prospect of our Governmcnt getting into a muss with Cub over the late seizure of tho Cargo of tho i;inck Warrior at Havanna. This vessel was in iransit from iMobilu to New York nnd landed nt the above Tort. la expectation of her arrival the agents hud procured a clearance in advance. In the manifesto presented, lie net forth, in accordance with a laborMving custom which had always beert allowed t that Port, of only making out a detailed report of freight confined to the Wand, entering lomc 4U0 bales of cotton, going to N. . as balla.it. When tho vcbm-I arrived and the boarding officer went on board be sent a note to tho Custom House that the Warrior had reported only ballast, while there wero 400 bales of cotton on board. Tho .authorities...

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

A (aood ftiicfectlon. The Secretary of the Temperance Stato Central Committee hau favored Xis with the annexed letter from one of tlio oldest Mid most efficient laborers in tho Temperance cause in the Union: -Temperanet Union. DaUimore, Feb. 20, 1054. E. II. Bahrt, Kq , Dear Sir: Yoursof the 13th cumo duly to linnd. V c have just passed stringent antiliquor law in our Legislature by a handsome majority 4'i ayes 23 nays. The Senato it is thought will pass it to go into effect in May 1056. In the meantimo we arc to have n stringent Sunday and License Law. Thus no one has a right to complain, and the rumscllcrs have abundant timo to get out of their death-dealing traffic. I regret the delay; otherwise the Law U good one. Wo don't go it with auch rMjA as you Western States. Iiut I believe tho whole world will have to go a rumsellers neither fear God nor rrgard man Sunday and all d ys uro alike to dealers in tho "beverage of Hell." J send you two conies of our appeal, and two of tho "Wor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 March 1854

Örainil Stuns, Tb fuUnwtn q Lilun wr.. I'cJ.lod Wfi-lc H.a .t?i October:--Which lteoM) Urrj V Ana.-tho L'MirWrry. Amui went to the pyll tho ether luv, and .! 1 ho wanted tu voto aa'toat tufj wcAllaT. Tim ItjJpoctor tol'l blw he nut. uo a thick tnvchf theo. ' The McmphU Cotton Factory ono oftlio bcitti th!iliiut ut4 in iltü Skullt wct, auj which co-t over 8 O00.0U, i riet mir soM at hcrift tl. The Dt-iton WhltUco t It head the nanu of II(jn. Abbott Lawrence, of M.IS1., Hi a citndiJd'.u for lim fehidenof lim Uiiiud Sitte. Why hou!J flrvclu living in the Vicinity of tho Dard.inelli:. prefer tho Sultan'of Turkt-y to tho Russian Czstr? Became ho i tho lost for us, (Oosphorous. From tho runks of tho Bar have prun th6 noblct. defender of innocence 'the earliest and and must lU.idf.iit chanipiou of Right and Freedom. Hasty mm make uo of soma very ninjuJur expressions now and then. W heard one nay the other day, that if hi courairu was ever called upon to uphold tho constitution, ho would wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 March 1854

BY. IV A. GOODWIN. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1851. VOL. XXII. NO. 14. Hale Mlr,rtllnionrrea upon by the subscribers: Transient Advertising. On i.j'ifor , Uro wsclt 1.0O F r vi n tddiUontl eertlon vottsr S mouth--cirly Advcrtis'iD". Ona siiim or ona jresr. J-00 0,1.. fourth of column 3 mot.... IK.iiO a m nw! '-.' 1 Tear J."" Ono half of atnluinn 3 mo. . 111,141 .90.00 .Wl.ltfl , vo.ua 3.5.t0 ' Qiuöi " , .Ji DIOI OlM COllWOB 3 ! h " Mino .'.M c. ,k tniiriion er Ihre Wfti mil l,frfci tUrt monU,SleenU a v" 111 la I v iitar rSm1U of 5.10 em ten Pne Non-y Unroll. Anuhlnir 1 than a inar to b eoaiu1 1 Lui full .'iuar..; fraction iT a i'Mr. a a aqnarw sn.l a half; fraction ivr a 41 jii: f hntr. m two,!""?: ii.Iooh. - ; I irfiiil anl i oinra''i r'v ii.i-s n lion lug oiw-r n xi --- ...... i- . ... ..... I- . .....4 1l4m -. will W II - Tai... -- - . - - - wail th l.stia ofa for l prlutr feo. At tvmuys will Uohi-I Vr-l'it.: J ht lt l''gal 11,1 TcrtUmn orlroii oyyMn ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 March 1854

TO THE PUBLIC. . Tit Cincinnati! Il.irrlaam and . BlnapIU Mralght Lin UaII ItoaA Company. Tkt PrttlleiU an-i Directors of tht "Cin-nnJttl, Ifurrisoaanl InJianap Us Straghi Lint , JiailroaJ I onxs ny." deire to submit to mil candid, public spirited men. the consideration, wliiol in their opinion mke it proper, thut direct, unbroken ad independent ftil rovl s erlr constructed between Cincinnati ni indumpoli. They trust thatercry mnn, into whose hands this Kcport my fall, will consider himself especially Rddrced. since there cu bo but rery few iu Cincinnati, Indianapolis, or ftloti i the lino, whoso privstu interests would not bo promo'-ei by our enUrprUo, im all private interests are more or less JvpenJent upon the general welfare. hVery citiien may t least cive a few ( ryftu) tiunutes of bis leiaure lira to read anJ to examine without prejudice, uch paper at the one now in hiü hands, whose object it is to promote a public improvement, from whoso construction the public alUro will der...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 March 1854

TEi IDDIAÜA AUEBICAU. nUOOKVILLK. INDIANA rninii-, in auch ti mi. tCtAPPREXTICE tFASTED. XC S IXO LH COPIES of the IS' Dt AX A AMERICAS' bo Ud t llits oflicc, neatly enveloped and prepaid with Unip, At fi'$ cents euch. rn.i.Moari TratTttANci rcsicuir. Our neighbor of Iho Vnionnny ihnt nevcra' correspondent nrc soliciting Maine Law on. Wo are prepared to urty llwit iher can bo found in tho Temperance Musician to llio i.tlUfitcio of t!i mcistcnthtniaatic. Tlii litilo vohtmo lift met with univcrsnl favor and proved instrument nl in exerting n goodly Influent. It U now enlirgtd by the nddition c f aixtyfuuf pgv, containing numbrr of orimal aong, written by our best poet, expressly fur thU work. Hut n new fenturo which will add matcri ri.illy to tho interest and vahio of tho work, it hat kit inU'rrur,i-il with pieturfi illustrating v.uiuu topics of yre it iuUrtat to old and voting. Frirnda of tho cauto cannot render aid in K uioretfllneiit Wiy lluin byciruULin tho Tmter anck Mtaicux. Arm...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 March 1854

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