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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 January 1838

nMDnAMA amueieecdam BY C. F. CLARKSOX. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. C 'in advaifce 2,50 ia six months; or $3,00 at the expiration of the year. The Editor will dis,'nt:nu3 subscription at his option. c 'i' i i- . .... Advertisem" i. i weive imes, or less, will be . .,,,1 nr three times, for ono 1,-llni- o c-jnrs will be charged for each additional insertion. TSSE TIMES. Xew York Money Market. The Daily Ex- ' . r i .. . 4 r I . . . . 1 i I view oi eiiiie ui me uuucucj, anu iue operations of the Banks, in that city: .'!' I ...illfCA mftct I"l f tkA Kant, n wa 1 . ...'11 i lie . i. . w . j . L vu..n.o ni c Latvlii Will Ue?:ive the country of any circulating medium. III. ..Hit .1 hsnlf in tllfiCltV Will nV mit ita i-inm lii'll i 1 1 .1 . u i ; j i- j w . uiii Ivit in most cases certify checks. The state bank fftrs to pay checks in Commercial bank of Buffaj bills, which bills are not received by the bank f America at all. The whole currency of the city s in bills of the New England banks, and t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 January 1838

COJVC3RESSIOXAL.. Washington, January 5 IS3S. IMPORTANT OA NAD AFFAIRS. IX SENATE. The session commenced hi the ber.ate commenced in chamber this morning, with the announcement of a Message from the President of the United Slates in regard to Border difficulties Iiwftn the Unifed States and Canada. The Message was read and re-read by the Secretary of the Senate, and excited the most lively interest among all present. The President CHs for a revision of the laws in regard to suppressing hostilities and enforcing strict neutrality upon the borders of the country. The Executive also asks to be clothed with mord power to enable him to enforce the mutual peace of both foreigners from abroad and the citizens of the United States at home. The message was accompanied by a communication from the Marshal of the Northern District of New York, giving the history of affairs in New York. Mr. Clay, Mr. Calhoun, and Mr. Dams of Massachusetts, made some remarks upon the imDortance of the papers befo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 January 1838

not give utterance to our feelings. IV. t we must say, that if this outrage be not speedily avenged not bv simpering diplomacy either BUT BY BLOOD our national honor deserves the indignity it has received. P. S. Since the above was wrilten,jwe have ccca a gentleman who left Niagara Falls on Saturday evening at 5 o'clock. He say that the number murdered is estimated at from 15 to 20. When the boats landed there were two hoard one of whom was seen by pies on "From signs made, in the sand, supposed to bo by Alligator and which the Interpreter Abraham had seen, the latter gives it as his opinion that the Indians intend to war to the death. "A report reached Tampa Bay on the 1st inst. that Brigadier General Nelson, of the Georgia Volunteers, had an engagement on the 27th December, at the Suwanne River, but the result was not known. It is said that Gen. Nelson's horse was shot under him, prisoners arrived nt Tampa Bay on Forti the watch on the steamboat, to shoot the first man killed. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 January 1838

si e screws a errors. OH! THIS" A BRIGHT WORLD. BY ROBT. Otr.FM.LAN. h! tl.is were a bright world, .Most pleasant and gay, Did ).ve never languish, Nor friendship decay! And pure ray of feeling That gladden the heart, Like sunshine to Nature, Did never depart. To fair eyes no weeping, To fond hot its no pain Did hope's huds all blossom. All blooming remain'. No sonow to hlighten. No care to destroy, Oh! then what a bright world Of gladness and joy! Did time never alter, J Nor dista.icc remove, The friend that we cherish, The fond one we love! A sky never clouded Nor darkened by woe". Oh! then how serenely Life' streamlet would flow! Were pleasures less fleeting, Nor brought in their train The inem'iy tf joys fled, That come not again; Oh! then what a. bright world, All;gladness and gay, Did love never languish, Nor friendship decay! p.w ty i rutins and shackles, ml till party me.v j o, llif ova rtt rilairvlv and cfrirllv f.ir lllfM Frotn Ikt Jlagaziitciand 1Jvoea!e. A V 0 1 C U TO Y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 January 1838

AMA AMI IflCDAET OUR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. flV C. F. CLAUKS03T. BROOKYILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1S38. VOL. VI. No. 4. TERMS OF THE AMERICAS. -in advance ?"3,50 in six months; or -.5,00 at ths ex?. ration of tha year. Tha Editor will discontinue subscription at his option. iterti3Emest8. TwelveUnos.orlcss.willoe inserted once or three times, for one dollar, and cents will be charged for each additional insertion. THE "TIMES. The Outrage on the Carouse. By the following letter it will be seen that the outrage on the steamer Caroline, was committed by order of the Britishcommanding officer. This renders the affair more serious than was generally supposed. We hope oar Government will resent the insult with a becoming spirit. CV. Whig. Copv of a letter from the Hon. A.N. Macn.il, Colonel Commanding to Col. the Hon. Jonas Jones, A. D. C. Hiad Quarters, Chippczcay30lh Dec. IS27. Saturday Morning, 3 o'clock. 5 g;r I have the hono...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 January 1838

Mr. Calhoun denied that his resolution had any reference to the quest-on of Texas, nnd said that it contained matters wholly foreign to the annexation of Texas, and of intimate reference to Slavery in the States. It rnntv... certain ereat principles intimately connected with Southern Institutions. It identifies the rights and interests of the Southern States, and he hope J his colleague would not oppose it on the ground that it interfered with Texas. He hoped his colleague would not press his motion to lay his resolution on the table. He would not oppose his Texan bill, and hoped his colleague would therefore withdraw his motion to lay on the table. Mr. Preston answered that civility was a two handed mutter, and out of civility he had a righttoaskhis colleague to withdraw a resolution which directly inteftred with a favorite proposition of his own a hill for the annexation of Texas. Mr. Preson said he considered the resolution of his colleague a Texas resolution. He considered it ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 January 1838

ter incorporating the Buffalo and Mississippi Rail Read Company, reported that, after mature deliberation, the committee had directed him to report that it is inexpedient to take said stock, and with a view to facilitate the operations of said Rail Road Company had directed him to report A bill to amend n act to incorporate the Buffalo and Mississippi Rail Road Company; which was twice read and referred to a select committee consitmg of Messrs. Crawford, Baird, and Cathcart. Afr. Ewiner. from a select committee, re- -toA a hill to provide for the farther im provement of the Michigan Road; which psssed to a second reading. On motion of Mr. Ewing, Bnnhed. That the Board of Internal Im provement be requested to report to the Senate, thft nrobable amount of water power cre ated by the construction of the canals of this state, as far as the same is finished or under nntracLand also the probable revenue which may be derived therefrom, together with their views as to the best means of brin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 January 1838

XI I S C K ffI. A IV K US. from the f.ovitvi!le Journal. THE BLIND GIRL'S LAMENT. I sit beneath the crape-vine, that o'er-creepeth The huinbh? arch a hove our cottage door, While on its purple clusters softly sleepelh The holy radiance that the noon-beams pour; The joyous song-bird in the Etarl'gLt singeth Unto the dreaming birds its vesper hymn, But not a single ray of gladness springeth Within my heart alas! my eye is dim. I know the hour when silent Tooted even Puts on her shadowy mantle light and fair, When, as she waves hor wand o'er earth and heavThe stars float up within the soft blue air; en, 'Tis then I fling aside my long loose tresses Unto the hisses of the wanton wind, And strive to sing and smile, but ah there presses A gloomy pall upw.i me I am blind. Oh! could I steel forth when the daylight fsdeth From rock, and tree, to greet the'summer eves; To watch the primrose that from sunlight shadeth Its golden cup, unfold its twilight leaves, To lay my warm bro w to the bree...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 February 1838

HAMA IKDAN AffllBIE OCR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. jjy C. F. CE.AKKS03T. BROOKTILLE, FRASKMry COUNTY, I.I)IA.A, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1838. VOI,. VI. IVo. S. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN'. -'in advance $2,50 in six months; or $-1,0.0 at .'miration of the year. The Editor will die- lbe -..-..i-. cnhwriatiou at his option. 'toVVaTisEM ents. Twelve lines, or less, will b nnci or three times, for one dollar, and 2 n'sv. iil bo charged for each additional insertion. imW tim- urn m 'i """ """ 'ILL'i- ,nrtrrrT-"JL! T. tsm THE TIMES. XOTICHjTO CANAL CONTRACTORS. Tii3 Cincinnati and White Water Canal Com-n-will receive proposals at their office on Third reel, on the 2Sth day of February next, for the orks' required to pass the Canal over Mill-creek, old-face, Rapid-run, Muddy-creek, the Great-Mini River near Cleves, and the Dryfork of White ,"ater; also for the construction of a guard and lift ock near the State line of 4 feet lift; a lock near ryfork Aqueduct, S feet l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 February 1838

PROCEEDINGS OF THE IXDrAN'A STATE C'OXVE'TlO. Indiunapolis, Jan. 2"2, 1833. This being the day appointed for the meet ine of Delegates chosen by the Whigs in the several counties for the purpose of consulting on the propriety of m iking a nomination ot candidate for the Presidency, of appointing Delegates to attend ;i National Convention, and of deliberation on other measures con nected with the success of the Whig cause, the Delegates assembled at the Stale Hou e, and were called to order bv the Hon. Thomas J. Evans, Delegate from the county of Fountain On motion of Mr. Rvans, Hon. Thomas II. Blake, a Delegate from the county of igo, was called to the Ch;tir, a President, pro tern who, on being conducted to the Chair, pro nounced an appropriate address. Oa motion of Mr. Thompson of Lawrence Douglass Magi iihj and Austin W. Morris were appointed Secretaries, pro tern. Upon calling the roll of the counties, the following gentlemen came forward and took their seats as Delegates, viz: ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 February 1838

A M TSR I C A N . BROOKYlLLE,n .DHAKA. FRIDAT, FEBRUARY" 2. 1838. ZAVe have nothing ;from Congress worth a passing remark. The abolition question seems to Lave died awayjorji season The ProbatJTCourt meets next Monday week, arJ the Circuit Court two weeks from Monday. T tut ee StexmJats were bun-.ed on the 22 J of Jan. at the New Orleans landing. Cargoes and all lost. ,tVe iveT.i this paper a synopsis or the pro-ccSn-a of "the Whig State Convention. We Lave omHtcJ some portions of it, as being uninteresting to 'our readers. The address of the convention wi;i be received in a few days-, which will be pub-liihcd. Pj,2 Oice. During our stay at Indianapolis lJ"e.'-'vp wrote several letters home containin. iherocJeding. of the Convention and of the : ,.,urB with sorno strictures thereon, intended rpubiicalion in our ia8t paper, which we de- '. , : .. n1st r.tfee at Indianapolis in time to ' T . . ...! ,,-r, nrru'O! fit Revision of the Laws. During our late visit to the scat of Government...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 February 1838

SI From Ihe Jfagmi'te anil Advocate. A VOICE TO YOUNG MEN. BY U E V . J M . AUSTIN. CHAPTER XU MARRIAGE. Younmsn should allow matrimony, to be a (Vcaut nt sub'e a repeat, .,;..;o MM.t. n.easanl, laughable mat tcr, of "no great moment , yet it is a subject . . . i mnt. iVipir peace WHICH inVOl. OS l.iiu u'juj""," r and prosperity through life, and therefore it - ... i f. . : r-i re rv d life. . ! t-. I .. .. . r,y, ,r n-.',lit:li. win, illlf.'l!(l of ! SfiliSE of the scorn oft ho youn-. mid ihe derbion of his own wcakness.it he .sdoomeu to t.is.ovt. . ' d vour T .. i i.t i;, mnnni nnKf ii n o he r a 1 1 rac - d e v 1? ; n c w s ami means to squ.n.uci till "Ml M UIO V .,. . - . . w sarcasm. I here is no muiviuuai in commu-nous " You should also beware oi any unuuu influence from useless accomplishments. A -miii(Y laiK- mnv diiiire crr;irpfull V. Sill tl dclight- Sill VfiSIKl I V- m v - nit)", more generally disliked and nnenvied, than the old bachelor ! When sickness o er- t ot seriou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 February 1838

NHDIIAMA AMUEDRIICDAMo OUR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. F. CLABKSOX. '. VOL,. IT0. 6. rroM nv THE AMERICAN. ia advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at J""1 . nri 3 : a .."II j. the expiration of tne year. aa iunur win uioMntinue subscription at his option. iDVERTissMESTS. Twelve lines, or less, will be inserted ones or three times, for one dollar, and 25 c'nts will be charged for each additional insertion. THE TIMES. CANADA. TLo following article from the Cincinnati Chronicle so exactly expresses our sentiments relative to our border difficulties with Canada that we adopt it as ocr ow n. We have too much American pride to let such an aggravated outrage pass unredressed If tke Iritisli Government does not make an immediate and prompt atonement, we 6ay that Xalioaal War, or National Disgrace is the inevitable consequence. We commend tie following from the Chronicle. rnnada Affairs Attack on the Caroline. It A SINCERE LOVER. He courted not as others do; Ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 February 1838

COXORESSIOXATj. January 29. THE SQ.UATTER BILL. The Miami Reserve amendment, in the Pre-emption Rill which was pending; in the Senate, when I closed my letter of Saturday night, was rejected. Mr. Prentiss, of Vermont, immediately thereafter, introduced an amendment to the effect that, in addition to the right of pre-emption, each person claiming the lands as "ac tual settler," should pay also, one-half the value of those lands, to be appraised by sworn appraisers. He was of opinion, (and a very well grounded opinion it was, loo,) that, as these lands were public property, as they could bf sold by government, if in its hands, (and pro bably would be sold, by the pre-cmplionists, if in theirs.) for a great deal more than the new government price, it was fair enough that someTonsideration should he allowed to the government, whose these lands most assuredly are. But Mr. Prentiss's fair and equitable pro position was lost, by the following vote: Yeas Messrs. Clay, of Kv., Clayton, Cril ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 February 1838

AMERICAN. BROOKYILLE, INDIANA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1839. Melanxholv. We learn that among the number of lives lost at New Orleans, at the great fire in that place on the 3d of January last, was that of Edmund F. Jacobs, formerly of this place. When the fire broke out Mr. Jacobs, with 4 other men were in the 4th story of a large building a6ep all of whom were consumed. we believe, originated in the brain of the editors of the Indiana Democrat. They pictured to their readers in glowing colors this new and beautiful manner of constructing public works, without any expense to the people or the State to-wit.- classify them. It was Bcized upon throughout the State, and every aspirant to office, who bad neither merits nor talents to entitle him to the confidence of the people, made use of every means to mislead and gull them; living up to the doctrine, that The art to govern mainly lies. In throwing dust in men's deluded eyes. And we regret to nrknnlr,'ro !), ; t.;. One argument in ro. Fe J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 February 1838

31 ISC ELLA X EC IS. Front the U. S. Magazine and Democratic Reviev. THE'WORTH OF WOMAN. FROM THE GERMAN OF BCIIILLKR. Jonored be woman! she beams on the sight, Graceful and fair, like a being of light; Scatters around her, wherever she strays. Rosea of bliss o'er our thorn covered ways; Roses of Paradise, sent from above, To be gathered and twined in a garland of Love Man on passion's stormy ocean. Tossed by surges mountains high, Courts the hurricane's commotion, Spurns at reason's feeble cry. Loud the tempest roars around him. Louder still it roars within; Flashing lights of hope confound him, Stuns his life's incessant din. Woman invites him, with bliss in her smile. To cease from his toil, and be happy awhile: Whispering wooingly come to my bower, Go not in search of the phantoms of power fonor and wealth are illusory come! II appiuess dwells in the temples of Home. Man, with fury Etern and savage, Persecutes his brother man; Reckless if he bless o? ravage, Action action still ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 February 1838

NHDIIAWA AMIIEIMKDAW OUR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY FRIENDS. 2iY C. F. CJtiAKKSOX. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIX COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUAR1 16, S 38. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. J Jin advance $2,"0 in six mont hs; or $3,00 at tVj evpiration of the year. The Editor will dis-cvun'-iJ subscription at. his option. V;iv ex riSEM lists. Twelve lines, or lesp, will bo i'liortiJ o.ice or three times, for one dollar, and 2o cjiita will hi charged foroach additional insertion. the TIMES. LOAFER PATCIOTS. Whilst some of our loafer patriots have cast their eves upon Canada for plunder, others have been mikin" efforts, in another way, and with equally bad success. The following is from the New York Journal of Commerce of Jan. 27. Caition to ova friends in the West. The police of this city have within the last few days arrested a gan f forgers and dealers in forged bills, who have for a short time back carried on this trade to a lare extent in different parts of the Union. And among ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 February 1838

Bank Hatters. From the- Lawrenceburgh Beacon. MR. JUDAH'3 REPORT No. I. Ma. GnEom Having examined Mr. Judi.'s Report from the Investigating Committee in relation to the State Dank and Bran- be and foreign to the be rasped by in si- . . . f J 1 ' larit admission 01 tncir tee in rel rli.w. 1 find statements made there so extraor din ry iu their character, irpro thev to l)C passe Icnce it would Irnfl: I i).f.r..r.,rP. .is I m iv find leisure, propose to make sach extract from the Report and stric tures thereon, as will tend to place the sunjeci before the public in its proper ugiu. iu.s number will be principally devoted to correcting errors and misrepresentations respecting the Lawrcnceburgh Branch. The Committee' after attempting to show the insufficiency of the mode prescribed by theChaiter to investigate the condition of the Branches, say "So, Ton, the gross misconduct of the Lawrcneeburgh Branch, from the commencement, by which its capital was rendered almost nominal seems to have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 February 1838

oa of the English,) which was read a second time ami referred, t., the Ifnusp. Mr. Garland, of V a. present- J a resolution authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to employ additional cieriva iui the purpose'of supplyinc the House with the correspondence called for in a resolution adopted ,y the House lome time since, referring to public defaulters, their names and amounts ef s-ums for which they had defaulted. This i r ir. n-,.1 : nfiurod because t'ie Secretary in the document given in n-pn ,', tin' resolution just alluded to, stales his inabiliiy to furnish the correspondence demand...i ;." n.l lition with the names cf the dcdaul- c" ... i r i uts, as l,o :! not a suilicieni nuiiuu "... r ii.:. Clerk. Mr. Garland also mauc m i fart as an argument a-ninst Hie Sab-Treasury vlem; stating that if the present system was complicated and required so many clerks, the proposed new system would ho productive ot more ana gie.uei vu .wu.iiiu.u tiJeutal discussion arose from this resolution...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 February 1838

.uisucijAXUors. THE DESERTED WIFE. BV DR. PERCIVAL. JJe comes not I Lave watched the buii go down, ul yet lie comes not once it was not so. ie thinks not how these bitter tears do flow The while he holds his revel in the town. Yet he will come and chide, and I will weep; And he will wake n;y infant from its 6'.ee:, To blend its feeble wailing with my tears. O! how I love a mother's watch to keep Over these sleeping: eyes. that smile which cheers My heart, though' sunk in sorrow, fixed and deep. I had a husband once, who lovVi me now lie ever wears a frown upon bis brow, 2nd feeds a passion on a wanton's lip, As bees from laurel dowers a poison sip; iJjt yet I cannct hate. O! there were hours, When I coId hang forever on his eye, .2nd time who stole with silent swiftness by, Strewed, as he hurried cn, his path with flowers. 1 loved him then he loved me ton my heart Still finds its fondness kindled, if he smile; The memory of his love will ne'er depart; .2nd though he often sting me w...

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