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Connersville Watchman (Newspaper) - August 1, 1834, Connersville, Indiana my if v am Leei a Htwar in. In Lim seeks. Office of Madison 8tst. Api s. Vav. 14itkkii amp i. Vax Ullin editors. A Civit l dark main vol a 1. prism Tattoo i a acc. Or com Mai per annul in Advani k Vav i thin the v f. A h f �,00 after in tue Veau exit res. Ivo. 10. The. Watch i a. Connersville Friday August 1. 1034. Agents for tiik watch.11ix. I it Topky a or a no a Ostli Jonry co. La. A a Ham it my. , do. Do. . Do. Do matter Munce town Delaware co. A the figure head. The frigate Constitution or Quot did Ironside a a she is generally termed Las been laying at the Navy Yard near Boston undergoing repairs. In a Way of embellishment a figure representing the bust of president Jackson was framed into the prow. This affair has caused not a Little lamentation anon Quot certain persons not Only in Illston but in different parts of the United states. It will he seen he the following from a late number of the new York mercantile and u Vertise that there has been a de collation pared to a great Floc non Wloch b constantly losing its Force by Drain hut must soon exhaust its Power Lor Good or for ill. Such is t in present a tale of the Van Buren party. I i col. A m. John on no longer to its for All my that he is to be sacrificed Llis abject play Ion the kind Man incr you have invited me to inc you in Liila Delphys and Sec in that i can to go myself i would like to Send you a sentiment a you request but f can to do nothing at that business Ltd rents Are As you know lories and it would never do to keep folks Waitis to hear one a fire i Inkin to it. Is the vice presidency. Lie could not he placed on the ticket of John Mclean As both candidates would then be Western men. He was therefore for air. Van Ruren. Rut in that que ter a even Hope it within by dispute betwixt the i Tiera there is one thing thou if any on n Hutty were o dire be can put it into Short meter i would a roiled of the Temple. V i Ike it and that is cons Arnin this Pis und 1 led through sti plunged into sepulchres to escape the Wrath that consumed the living. I knew the cause the unspeakable cause and knew that the last hour of crime was at hand. A Lew fugitives astonished to see one Man among them not sunk into the lowest feebleness of fear came around me and Besought me to Lead them to a orc place of safety if such were now to he found on Earth. I told them open die in the hallowed tin y followed Pis and i led through streets encumbered nil with every shape of human sufferings to oct pit hailing Smith fitly to. Do of the offensive figure j a few Days the Gallant colonel is a to j his folks and Squire Riddle and his the foot of mount Moriah but beyond Samuel so Hootch p. , co i 4.wc have seen it from authority in i up More of the vice pre Piderit s folks. I have had a notion All along that we found Advance impossible. Pile i which we have the most perfect Roll _ re it a a a pin Lnu "c3r pc Var since this w a began that though of Clouds whose darkness was palpable do de. Do. Nary Crelin p. , do. Tsp him fill Oil. , do. Anil head p. , do. Quot Jim Pugh a he Stivillo Rush co. I. I Oil Mich re new Salem do. Do. Pwn Utt thrasher p. , do. Do. Jgr. M. , co. La. Al. Motion , Franklin co. La a l. Powers p. , Union co. Tilt above named gentlemen will plea act As for the watchman. They Are hereby Quot idles de to receive reciting for the same $�?~i,00 in current vol. If paid for by the last of Aust next and after that time �2,50 will be exferd or $3,00 if not paid until the year expires. A is further indulgence in the Advance Price we k due those at a distance because of our be it to publish agents. Hot hot hot be it i hinting hot almost for every Ody Saya so Aud we Foel it. This is Mon a morning the 28th Day of july a. D. I 34. The Earth is hot and parched and racked. Vegetation appears languid roofing and swooned. The heavens look e an oven of glowing brass. The Atmos Are we breathe in seems almost to have St its vital property so Cooling and pleas it to the soul. The soft wind Waves not a ice stirs not a spire moves not a Leaf Jeens like the dead stillness of auf Foca a nature. We can fancy the activity of thing but the emanations of Sun cants and the fierce Workings of disease. So it now and thus it has been for Many Days Here Bow Are the howling and cutting Law storms la around what Hills and Over at plaint Are they driving and growling Here now Are the ice bound streams Here Are the Snow Banks piled up like Waves of Ocean their Home is now Many Long degress beyond the burning track of the Sun. The new Sealander the Pati gonian him of vat. Diemann a land and of the Isles of the Southern Ocean Are now hive ring in wintry blasts or crowding around the High piled fires to appease their aching ears fingers and toes All their thoughts desires and prayers being concentrated and condensed in that one Desidera Tum of a a Lignum Tuper Foco Large tub Cost of this immense building at Washington City with All its furniture Library sic. Including expenditures of improving the grounds around and Solus us Miloua with a High Iron Fence has exceeded three million of Dollan. Uncle Sam is quite a tasty old gentleman. And he has suffered the boys to put their hands in his pockets pretty liberally for fitting up and decorating the old mansion Bouse. Great fire about one of clock on the morning of the 9th dist. A great fire broke out at no. 209, Pearl Street n. York. The amount of property destroyed is very con a durable. It has been computed at $200,-to. Title amount insured is ascertained to be $150,000. Or. Letcher one of the gentlemen from Kentucky who contested the seat in Congress has recently published an address to the people of his District. He cuts and a Ashbes the late speaker or. Stevenson with no tender band. Or. L. Is a nation al Republican and says that of the nine members which the speaker selected to compose the committee to investigate the Points at Issue Between himself and or. Moore eight were Jackson Man and the ninth an anti Mason. Ance that there j Are indeed forlorn. He save fee Dot j j r is but one person i to. A a i. A Ltd Muir go Usu Fujiu can Midnight in which to stood whose character our informant vouch i. No that or Van us in bad in on a Cor ill to Law and peaceable As covered it hot Ray Bill. Impatient and a for by two or a jux a Quot Quot a a of r a of Ivy a a Lipfor. Yet us thing go a it a a a a b it it a by a Quot it Law Ltd a a a. in a a a a inv Ornato to lit Ilc Jion Eicle la a Kiev Deal better for the c00�?o Clie ered a boy had was brain imy notion is that the Peoples inter a Ful sign that marked the Fate of rejected t done to Sutler nigh As much when is Cal. While i Lay helpless 1 heard the Johnson. The resignation of word of it to human being eve of the 2d of july at 1 2 of clock lie went into a Small boat with nothing. a. A i. But a saw two giblets and a Small y present the Alphurs of the party in folks in of lace and their Friend arc All i roaring whirlwind through the Cloudy rope. On arriving at the vet Sel he l or 0?. How would it do to Ilc while growling and Gromilin agin it Hill and vapor began to revolve. A Pale had the greatest difficulty in reaching a we a Mclane As them who have the Keelung of the Hight like that of the rising Moon quiz the gang Way ladder in which he i re a an Richard m. Johnson Peoples Money bags As when Public erd in the Edge of the horizon and in lev succeeded the rain was fal ils v be president something must office Holder and Public Monck hoi Ien c Odds Rose rapidly shaping Ling in torrents and when he stepped 11 do Quot Cuc cd Stan Paul a Hil a Dors Are All the while Sam train each tit Selve into the forma of battlements cd the deck no one in visible. He �1 a a a ave a cd by Boll it a Quot re a 11,1 Beard the tread of the in try below i b,.ok� id Pelly foe tons but nothing daunted he proceeded to Unrien cannot and ��11 not his work. He bored the two giblets into the head and fastening one end of the rope to them the other end he made last to the vessel. Lie was two hours in sawing Ott the body. The Iron Bolt which ran through gave him much Ditl Mculty As he was obliged to saw All around it. After this was done the head was fairly lifted off the bar and lowered into the boat. There another difficulty occurred. The boat had been left undergone othe scuppers and the boy found it nearly full of water. He was obliged to take hold of the boat rope and raise up the Bow had run out till some of the water. When he got in and safely reached the ,100� _ Shore. Land autumn a we give the above account to our i Atren cab Between these High Dignata a readers because we Bevc it to be for info Ucuncu we h the president. True. Resides the boy there is or a Jujj Ria j this letter and they rather was but one person in Boston j win both understand the incident Toj to whom the fact was known Quot spy in this Well informed and Able Verri ter in a recent letter gives the subjoined View of. The condition of affairs at the meeting k at the adjournment of Congress which we co-1 by from the new York courier Aud inquirer. A the session of Congress closes in a few Days. It has been Ore of deep and abiding interest. The administration party convened in this City on the first of december flushed with Victory. They claimed in the Louuse Ders Are All the while Sam thin each. Others elbows and All on Mem Wislin anti Hovver. 1 a your a we the same tune about glory ends piles ear wet Imp. ,8, f�1 Nurt a Irh Lilvin a a strangely Sweet. Still the Jusfre Brig j 1. 1 1 to tend and the airy building Rose Tower if any one do it understand the a on Tower it an but ement 0bn Batty Seine not n pc in no Long in in Awe that held us mute. We Knelt and 11 Ost of acc account and the Treasu gazed on the More than mortal architect by accounts in the pet Hanks and it. Ture that continued rising and spread i that Don t give him any Light i would ing l glowing with a Serener Light still like to Tell him a Story about an old j soft and Silvery yet to which the Broad Farmer of my acquaintance who used est Moonlight was dim. At last it stood to Send his Grain to Mill and about get Forth to Earth and heaven the colossal j Ting less and less meal Back every image of the first Temple of the building time and he never knew the cause raised by the Wisest of men and Conse out till one Day he passed into the Crall a by the visible glory Mill himself Anil there he sees his Man i Jerusalem saw the image and the land the Miller As cozy As two Mill shout half m a he of a stones drinking min tulips together. A ended from the thousands and tens of i it Iii a. A. N 1 t 1 thousands told what proud remembran. Rut 1 haunt got Tunc to Tell the Liole 1r.,i a a \ an Ruren is adroit at flatter on i nov no i r 1 Slih 1 would have were there. Pula hymn was heard and Kendall swallows freely. 1 1. A i i hot have hushed the world 6e Ili Irini ib., 1. In ? pc to ? f Tolks a Sieg it a never fell on my ears never 00 there was n trial of Hind and fellow citizen. 1 subduing�?0 full of melancholy yet of major j. Downing a grandeur and command. The vast por to or. Jowh Plankinton b. Badger a upend and rom marched a Host John e. Keen c. A Volbert Adam such As Man had never seen before Tuch. Voc upper Peter Parker Philadelphia. Man shall never see but once again a bib i refer. Or. Ivendale prevail-1 n a �?z_______1 he guardian Angels of the City of David. De. Before the president had Ducci fall of Jerusalem. I they came Forth gloriously but woe in ded who should govern and at a Lime i the tall of our illustrious and Happy j All their Steps the stars upon their heat Hen or. Van Ruren apprehended City was supernatural. The detraction i let dim their Robes stated tear. V1. In a 1.� a vac Orvn mat Ini hrs t i Nui inn run ten t Hill r la \ no Nilta 441 fit or. Van Ruren cannot and will be sustained. His Baltimore convention will vanish into thin air. The whole machinery for manufacturing it is now understood. The magicians Patent Collar is no longer of value. I doubt whether his new York i rinds Are not preparing to is ape from a sinking party. If they Are not it is Only because there is no resting place to which they can flee. I have on another occasion remarked that or. Van Ruren was in the habit of flattering Kendall. This was not always the Case. These gentlemen however understand each other now. From an apprehension that he Senate a would reject him. There can be 110 of representatives a majority of More doubt As to the motive of the writer. But sleep Unotti Hen. Jackson. A Ted our frantic despotism to be undone or. Van Ruren is jealous of but the decree was gone Forth from a me Lane. You will have noticed a fighter throne. During the latter Days paragraph in a the Washington North of the Jege 0f hostility to which that of american a hinting that me Lane was a Man As a Grain of Sand to the tem not nominated As Secretary of state 1 pest that drives it on overpowered our president Jackson has says the National intelligencer left Washington on a visit to the a Hermitage a a his residence in Tennessee whence he does not propose to return before october. An earthquake of considerable severity occurred at Santa Martha in South a Merica in the latter part of May. In that Region such an occurrence is not very extraordinary. Mon nuns that passed through Wayne county last May on their Way to Jackson county Missouri Are on their return East and passed through Richmond last week much worse of they say they Are returning for their families to Settle their business air. They speak of a Battle having been fought by some of their people and the Jackson county boys. They gave up their arms to the missourians and hacked out for some purpose Best known perhaps to themselves. Than fifty. The Drill sergeants of your Albany Regency strutted from House to House to discipline the members. Even the Kitchen Rubinet for a time seemed to succumb. Such was the aspect he commencement of the session. What is it now the mighty have indeed fallen. Or. Van Ruren and his lieutenants stand , jealousy and distrust reigns among the conspirators. Many honorable men have retired from their ranks. Others disgusted with what they have witnessed Are yet unwilling to subject themselves to the charge of Vasvilla Ting and therefore remain in the Camp As Mere supernumerary is. It is True As 1 have hereto More predicted would be the Case the party kept tip an apparent unbroken majority of ten or fifteen in the House. Rut they consist of factions having the most conflicting interests and of the most dangerous character. When factions that have struggled against each other feeling a common danger pressing upon them Are brought to unite in one solid column against a common enc ii was intended to blend the interest of or. Van Curen and or. together. To speak of and refer to them As one and indivisible. In Point of fact they Are Antipodes. They hold no communication and in their Acci strength and senses. Fearful shapes and voices in the air visions startling us from our Short and troublesome sleep a lunacy in its hideous forms sudden death in the midst of Vigoro the fury of the elephants let Loose us on our Heads. We had every terror and evil that could beset human nature but pestilence the a a i1 most probable of All in a City crowded with the fam Ishing the diseased the a a go ,�?T�?T�?T1 swelled upon the night to the further most limits of the land. The procession lingered Long upon the Summit of the Hill. The thunders pealed Aud then Rose at the command diffusing Waves of Light Over the expanse of heaven. The chorus was heard still magnificent l melancholy when their splendor was diminished to the brightness of a Star. Then the Thunder roared again the Cloudy Temple was scattered on the wind and darkness the Omen of the grave settled upon Jerusalem. A roofs Salathiel. Dental Intercourse Are Only civil. L-1 wounded Aud the dead. Yet though the Ven the common courtesies of gentle a it Feu vere covered with unburied men when they meet Are constrained a though every Well and Trench was teem and Are the result of due to Public major Jack Downing s notion. Us though six Hundred thousand corpses Lay Flung Over the ramparts and Lay naked to the Sun pestilence came not for if it had come the enemy would have at the recent Celebration of the fourth Een scared away put to the Bomina of july by the whigs of the third Ingres a desolation a the Fagan Standard was signal District of Pennsylvania several an to remain until the plough had passed savers to invitations by the committee were Over the ruins of Jerusalem read among Thich was the following from Oil the fatal night no Man Laid his head our old Friend major Jack Downing of the div Bingville militia 2d brigade. Washington july 1, 1331 upon the Pillow. Heaven and Earth were in conflict. Meteors burned Over ugh the ground Shook under our feet the volcanoes blazed the wind burst gentlemen in be list got your letter in Irreg Lsible blast and 8wept the that a i sent to the care Offley old jiving and be Ead in whirlwinds far in in and or. Dwight up there in new d to the Quot desert we heard Tho Bei towing there has been an extraordinary increase of business on the Ohio canal during the present season Over the last. In the month of May last the tolls were �25,231 for the month of May in the preceding f ear 15,785, show ing an increase of about sixty six per tolls on the Miami canal have also increased for the same time from $4,115 to $5,5 50, about Twenty seven per cent. The average increase on both canals is about forty seven per cent. The canal opened some time in the month of april. Up to the first of june the amount of freight paying toll arrived at Cleveland the Lake termination up to the 1st of june was 21,293,153 lbs. To the same Date in 1833, the amount was 13,740,522 lbs the amount of merchandise amp a. Cleared at that place for the Interior was up to that Date in this year 3,-216, 5 58 lbs a last year it was 2,207, 252 lbs. York for me inviting me to cat dinner �10p the a ant Mediterranean As fits a with you 011 the 4th july. J ers were it outsides swelled by the de Well now this is really kind in All Uge. Phe lakes and Rivers roared and on be and i am right Down shocking i inundated the land. The fiery sword proud on to and if i warn to so Busy shot out ten fold tired showers of blood my their influence and Power Are tre Here in putting things to rights Artur fell Thunder pealed from every Quarter Mendlous. It is As the mingling of Rich a tug As All on us have had id of the heavens lightning in immense Many streams amp like the Rush of migh Greesch my boots and Start right off 1 sheets of an intensity Aud duration that about thirty Miles below this place the steam boat Arkansas coming up run impede its Progress to the tranquil �1 eat a Good dinner in the bargain but in Lii 10 lie la a a a a a a a 1 j the planter going Down on last sat Plain. Rut when factions a ire formed i can to git off from Here no How and but a of a a it in Day by which the latter was so much in the body of a great party and their a Mother thing i partly promised to Lintn f a Marfai in pm had injured that he sunk immediately. Her leaders Are selfish and unprincipled Jine a few folks Here in eating ionic i sad Froais the mind. Our hearts qua-1 cargo to the amount of $ 12,00,was in when their Only object is office and Ginger Breud and Takin a Glass of ked for fear but it was to see the Powers sure by some office in Louisville. Emolument when each is prepared to a switch Ell with a Little new England of heaven shaken. All cast away the a aet Albany Gaz. Sacrifice each other fora temporary in it in the House of representatives shield and Spear and crouched before a a a a Benefit when a ill of them feel that a on Independence Day a Longress will the descending judgment. J a certain 1ady 0icons. Ejon a Etolka the people understand und duly approx be All off then and there Hunt been a vye were conscious smitten. Our cries her purity so Aras they mite of Independence �11 that Ere Hall of remorse Angui Rii und horror were 1 or librarian Tor the same ook = a 1 a a heard through the uproar of the storm male authors together on the same look we howled to caverns to bide us. We. Shelves. Cite their services when know that the reign of corruption is j for a Good spell now about to cease that party May be com j 1 feel desperate grateful to you for

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