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Connersville Watchman (Newspaper) - August 8, 1834, Connersville, Indiana Ill Airi be t a Ivy it itt Oil. Est in re be. All Ito xxx Kab his in. U Ere a by both i wit 1,a ans Tinti cute int d to Are and pub areas 101� pro i the a use re. A the in. U. A Erm lord Ines a Yette was ure a for i and ten in Tain acted teed prize a rials y and Moni All to an of Liei time Recti of iter. Of trem Ismay ? in e Send in Losew amp Ira a v a �1 Liwak l. Publishers. of maw a Street. A s. W. Pauk fit Vav in Vax , kid toys. Cutek mjg $2, 10 Peh annl a in Advance a 2.50 within the yeah f 5,00 after the year expires. A Civi. Lis Krov can Viiu with who know Thor , a a g vow inc., dark Maint a Jurf to. Of. I. Aoril by Villa ind2awa.� Prid it a out a 1ss4. A. Ii. To f h thin. Conn la it so Ieese Friday August 3. 1834. Agents nut Tiric watchman. The Preemption Law 1 land and cultivating the name prior speech of it it. we hive for accommodation of some to the year eighteen Hundred and then a on the state of a Revenue As exhibited of our enquiring friends and such others of. To inc and who were deprived of the Jbf Secretary Taney. Report published m our readers m May feel interested hunted advantage of the Law a Jed on the our last up and published below the Preemption Twenty ninth May Righte n Hundred nov Rorr Law of 11130 and the act of this last session and thirty by the construe Ion placed j Topor was of a of Congress by which it was revived on said Law by the Secretary of the an act to Grant Preemption Righi to settlers Treasury be and they Are in re by a on the Public Ianda. J theorized to enter Ala minimum Price our to a a lie Henryo. In. A a n a. Louisville do. Do. I . Do do. To Maitert Munce town Delaware co. U ,. A a. Pm Walling 8-Ithfiem, do. Do every settler occupant of the Public lands prior to the passage of this act tent Ion bears it left the chamber of the Senate and to a committee from which it might oat return m time for con be it enacted by the Senate and House \ of the government one Quarter Section Jia for under la a a Quot c a of representatives of the United states Oft of Public lands within Nail land Dis Ted attention and disclose Quot Infin Nason America in Congress assembled that Elict. Which deserved to be known. It was called approved june 10th, 1s34. For ,1,e cries of the alarm moot which had been propagated front this chamber for the lust six months. . B. Proceeded to the next evidence of commercial Prosperity it was in the increased importations of foreign these imports judging from the five first months would be seven millions More than they were two years ago when the Bank of the u. States had seventy millions loaned out and they were Twenty millions More than in the time of . Adams administration. At the rate they had commenced they would amount to one Hundred and ten millions for the year. This will exceed whatever was known in our country. The imports for the time that president Jack met shoot yield p. ,Wayne co Tyg. D Ulm la. ton do. Do. Elliott Etor. Contr skills do. Do. A a read p. , do. So. R Pugh a Rushville Rush co. Is. I Mathre new Salem do. Do. Anat a Richer p. , do. Do. Is. M. ,Decature co. La. I. Mahon , Franklin co. 6, Asetta p. , Union co. A above named gentlemen will please act As is for the via Chan. They Are hereby i a to receive Lee opting for the same $2,00 a current vol. If paid for by the last of a next Ami Safui thu time $2,5 will be ex-13,00 if not i id until the year expires further indulgence in the Advance Price we due those at a distance because of Ourne-10 publish agents. The election weather. Is raining Pluitt the election i Juet Ard bal a this evening of the first in August. 1034. How refreshing How sad to Many As though nature Pathi Zed with the political ardor of the son during some three four week f Cooner Vitle and the immediate rebound about have been broiled in one Wessant Blaze of Sunshine it Mutt be so it lure has sympathized with the Elco fever this Little Community. It has iia the fast few weeks rained All around Jughe p. Ched Earth and withering Fields ukr neighbors have been abundantly ered and vilified. But Here in this Leburg of ours and its immediate Victon which far and near Lias become pro a Butl for keeping the pot of politics always 1 my and foaming when a very other to s pot is so quiet and Caim As an oiled vet Here Here for nearly a Long month have scarcely been refreshed by one Ling rain drop hut have Fried in the Blag Suu As though we were arabs upon her lets and shameless Plains of Bara a what a dust our candidates and i Ticiano do always kick up one hour the streets we e covered with dust a a Mouth deep go where you would atmosphere was loaded with dust As Italy As Ever it was with fog on the bogs term any the inspector of elections is out a the polls Are clod a a and behold How the heavens Are Kening see them dismal portentous tumbling As though they had just broken by from the Long pent tip bowels of Jesus Etna and the final judg morning hark hark have the la a in heaven broken apocalyptic Oder could scarcely crack quicker louder. Every Angel throws up a thou d windows in heaven and the re reign people get their jackets wet now then we would seriously enquire of who is now in Possession and cultivated any part thereof it the year one thousand eight Hundred and Twenty nine shall be and he is hereby authorized to enter with the Register of the land office for the District in which such lands May lie by Legal subdivisions any number of acres not More than one Hundred and sixty a Quarter Section to include his improvement upon paying to the United states the then minimum Price of said land provided however that no in following it till of the a imports from which . U. Read. Operations and with conf Jon assertion a ,. Reception of senator by he lha the answer to the Call would prove the la �?T�1. Ave Rcd u a it Van fallow townsman of us ten distress and Audi Aring of the country. It �1 i .1,1�? ?.r to Amati anticipating ills return we tit Cwi a a we a a Onu deftly Asse Rieu Attiat the Aeo rotary paired to Elijah Etc town Point for Lite Porpot i of the Treasury had Over estimated the Rcv of escorting him to his Home. Tia Newark daily Entea of to year that there would be a adva Tiser a Aye i great falling off a a decline a a bankrupt a a Large number of the citizens of a by that Confidence was destroyed men Elizabeth promptly United to this sex i Temprise. Checked a Industry paralysed a pression of respect. This body of Cit it Irful a Iti j i of Ono Man in one dire order had changed Zens Little Short Ostive Hundred col be face oath country from a scene of in elected at the wharf wus organized As 1 Paral cd Prosperity to a scene of a parallel Ait escort under the direction of majored desolation that the canal was a Solitude i Isaac Baldwin of Newark pre Para a o the Ocean Asp rotation. If it a j if without ships the commercial towns de i. Tory to his Landing and a up cry car Merle it Sale let and a j. Ord re for Good kit a. A a a 11129 1830 1831 1832 1333 $74,492,527 70,876,920 103,191,124 101,029,266 108,118,311 . B. Said that the imports of the last year were greater in proportion than in any previous year a temporary decline might reasonably have been expected such Ace after excessive had occurred now though naturally to have been expected. Cb-,11 ridges were provided for himself and countermanded foreign purchases stopped a in a fact would have been trumpeted Forth try Sale of any Hind shall be made. A of that a 6teamboats i and Lejat tic answer 3ecrcury Dave fall ble in the proof ? i re p��?T�?T�?o10"�of a n tic wharf it and pro a .1, a a a a , of in a. Ill a a a Quot a a �itii3sr As shall have been reserved for the use of p. Wurf it Linfell 1. In la. Own estimates and the great decline to the the United slates either of the several states in which any of the Public lands May be situated. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted that if two More persons be settled upon the same Quarter Section the bout the Point were unfurled and Dis played for the occasion. When the Steamboat approached from Amboy a Salute was bred and As our distinguished senator again touched after so Long an absence the Loil of Hisa adopted county he was hailed by cheers a a a i i l i a. Us Jiuu Luu Iii in Nus Iki same May be divided Between the two he we Kin and firs actual settlers if by a North and a scene j to Unow no bound. He was South East and West line the Settle ment improvement of each can be included in a half Quarter Section and in such Case the said settlers shall each be entitled to a Preemption of eighty Cresol land elsewhere in said land District so As not to interfere with other settlers having a right of preference. Sec. 3. And be. To further enacted that prior to any entries being made under the privileges Given by this act proof of settlement improvement i shall be made tothe satisfaction of the Register and receiver of the land District in which such lands May lie agreeably to the rules to of prescribed by the commissioner of the general land office for that purpose which Register and receiver shall each be entitled to receive fifty cents for his services therein. And that All assign immediately taken by the hand by sex governor Williamson William Chetwood esq., mayor of Elizabeth and by John Taylor and Stephen Dodd esqrs., of Newark on behalf of the citizens. Loud and Universal cheers were returned from the Steamboat As it circled from the wharf and a new burst of applause from the mul-1 Titue on Shore greeted the expression with double enthusiasm. . And mrs. F. Having been seated in their respective carriages . Being accompanied by a party of ing a cavalcade of upwards of fifty persons followed by a Long train of vehicles formic together a procession Revenue and importation Eft he such were the ascertain and prediction under which the Call was made and to which the Public attention was attracted by every device of theatrical declamation from his floor. Well the answer comes. The Secretary sends in his report with every statement called for. It is a report that there was no decline but on the contrary an actual increase he must claim the evidence for the other Side of the account and set it Down As proof positive that Commerce is not destroyed and consequently that the removal of the deposits did not destroy Commerce. The next evidence of commercial Prosper will make the Patriot heart rejoice full of we in 1 k d to Quot old a Chi by .l0 lha a. J n a to urn in in intr Puyod and Tenpa Aetha of unexampled length in the Romanty a it d a a proceeded towards Newark. Passing Teeth. Morl Tani Phr a through Elizabeth town the peals of talk but lie . High and Gratifying tact Replete with Rich information and pregnant with evidences of National Prosperity. Hots is it received How received by those who called for it j with downcast looks and wordless tongues a motion is even Trade to Stop the Reading j to Stop the Reading of such a report called for tinder such circumstances while whole Days Are Given up to Reading the monotonous Tautolo Gous and endless repetitions of distress memorials the Echo of our own speeches and the thousandth edition of the same word without emendation of correction All these can be read and printed too and lauded with studied eolo Gium and heir contents sent out to the upon every wind but thi3 official report of the Secretary of the Treasury upon the state of their own revenues and of their olt a von miott�1 in by an Tulsi of the Senate is to be treated like an unwelcome and worthless intruder received without a word a not even read a slipped out upon a motion a disposed of a the abbe death Louis the six Rase death without did not mean to suf ments and transfers of the right of the and the repeat Ltd acc Lama for this report to be despatched in this Ujj. E Wise the philosophical the Solomons of he e re the. Part so. �?3t. In fort entity Danie in a he e land Why and wherefore is it that the ill of the election inspector is thus res Oded to from the skies Why and where-44, that As soon As the political fever and a profuse sweat had come via ase of the last balloting of the last a Esby crat Why is it we say that every a stain in the skies seems to have been sealed and to have gushed Forth for waiting and Cooling the parched and gaping Atli and her languishing if tube not sympathy in fuel it is sympathy appearance at any rate. What a Day we have had what excite Preemption Given by this act prior to the issuance of patents shall be null and void. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted. That this act shall not delay the Sale of any of the Public lands of the uni i Ted states beyond the time which has i been May be appointed for that purpose by the presidents proc Lima ution nor shall any of the provisions of this act be available to an persons who shall fail to make the proof and payment required before the Day appointed for the commencement of the sales of land including the tract tracts on which the right of Preemption is claimed nor shall the right of Preemption contemplated by this act extend to any land which is reserved from Sale by act of Congress by order of the president which May have been appropriated for any purpose whatsoever. Sec. 5. And be it further enacted that this act shall be and remain in Force for one year from and after its passage. Approved May 29th, 1830. Ions of the multitude figured the idea of a triumphal March. After the conflicts of an extraordinary political con \ test scarcely paralleled in our history assailed As he Lias been by a mentioned press and the Gross invectives of a corrupt and factious party this expression of the attachment and Confidence of his constituents was most properly Given and must have been As grateful to . Frolin Gheysen As it was unexpected and unpremeditated. A nor was never More worthily bestowed a ceremonious and compendious style. It had been called for to be Given to the people and the people should hear it. It was not what was expected hut it is what is True and what will rejoice he heart of every Patriot in America. A pit was dug for . Taney the diggers of the pit have fallen into it the fault is not his and the sooner they clamber out the better for people have a right to know the contents of this report and know them they shall and if there is any Man in this America whose heart is so constructed As to Grieve Over the Prosperity of hit country let him pre Para himself for sorrow for the proof is forthcoming dial Neter since our America had a place among nations was the pros India rubber carpets.�?. Jones i pm Rit y of the country equal to what it is at a a a 1 i a i a 1 i Sutvan int what management what log rolling in Jol Liri in Gen k. 9 Fui Iraq a othe it shot term k slew anti Lien Ven a the a Vii a Viti d had Vincit of hat looks awry what smiles benign what itching what courting what bowing Flat shaking of bands what exulting assets what depressed spirits what a Roas jag Sun what a Dusty Earth and air what refreshing Shower months of political Tat have been accumulating to be used of tit Day weeks of physical heat have been East a sating All nature hotter and hotter up to ii Day. The aggregated and concent a gtd ardor of the whole blazed Forth on this the closing of the poles and the a reaming of the Clouds have it Bap pixies k to say clapped an extinguisher upon the Hole conflagration Indiana state Bank. Merrill president of this Bank hat just returned from East where he contracted for the in having of the Bills. He says he has no doubt but that the loan can be obtained on reason an act to revive the act entitled a an act to Grant Preemption rights to Teller on the Public lands a approved May Twenty one one thousand eight Hundred and thirty. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of representatives of me United slates of America in Congress assembled that every settler occupant of the Public lands prior to the passage of this act who is now in Possession and cultivated any part thereof in the year one thousand eight Hundred and thirty three shall be entitled to All the benefits and privileges provided by the act entitled a an act to Grant Preemption rights to Sellers on the Public lands a approved May Twenty nine one thousand eight Hundred and thirty and the said act is hereby revived and shall continue in Force two years from the passage of this act is no longer. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted that where a person inhabit one Quarter of Mobile in a letter to prof. Sillimon say a having some India rubber Var-1 i Nash left Whitti was prepared for an i other purpose the thought occurred to j me of trying it As a covering for a carpet after the following 1 piece of canvass was stretched and covered with a thin coat of glue Corn meal size will probably answer Best Over this was Laid a Sheet of common Brown paper newspaper and an-1 other coat of glue added Over which was Laid a pattern of House papering with Rich figures. After the body of the carpet was thus prepared a very thin touch of glue was carried Over the face of the paper to prevent the India rubber varnish from tarnishing the Beautiful colors of the paper. After this was dried one two Coats As May be desired of India rubber varnish were applied when dried formed j this Day . B. Then requested the Sec Clary of the Senate to Send him the report and comparative statement which being done . B. Opened the report and went Over the Heads of it to show that the Secretary of the Treasury had not Over estimated the Revenue of the year that the Revenue was in fact Superior to the estimate and that the importations would equal if not exceed the highest amount that they had Ever attained. To appreciate the statements which he should make . B. Said it was necessary for the Senate to recollect that the list of dutiable article was now greatly reduced. Many articles were now free of duly which formerly paid heavy duties Many others were reduced in duty and the fair effect of these abolition and reductions would be a diminution of Revenue even without a diminution of imports yet the Secretary a estimate made at the commencement of the session was More than realized and showed the Gratifying spectacle of a full and overflowing Treasury instead of the empty one which had been predicted and left to a surface As smooth its polish Glass j Congress the grateful occupation of further through which the a righted colors of reducing taxes instead of the Odius task of the paper appeared with Undi minish i Money As had been so loudly an. To. .1. Tick rated for six months past i he Reven de if not with increased Lustre. 1 his me Accel a be from imports in the first Quarter carpet is quite durable and is Imp Cne of the present year was 5,344,540 dollars table to water Arcese of any pcs the payments actually made into the treas Cristion. When soiled it May be a from to custom houses for tire same. In la a a ii Quarter was 4,435,386 dollars and the pay washed like a smooth piece of Marble a Neng from land amp for the game time 1,398,200 dollars. The two first months of the second Quarter were producing in a full ratio to the first Quarter and the actual Wood. If Gold Silver Leaf forms the last coat instead of papering and j the varnish is then applied nothing can exceed the splendid Richness of the Amol Quot to a a w loft Ndu in the Treasury on in. oth Day of this month was 11,249,412 carpet which gives the floor the a two last quartets of the year Yearance of being burnished with Gold were always most productive. It was the Silver. A neat carpet on this i time of the largest importations of Forrin Nate was in the increased and increasing number of ship arrivals from foreign ports. The number of arrivals for the month of May in new York was 223, exceeding by 36 those of the month of april and showing not Only a great but on increasing activity in the Commerce of that great Emporium he would not say of the United states even of North american but he would Call it that great Emporium of the two americas and of the new world for the goods imported to that place were thence distributed to every part of the two american a a Iron the Canadian lakes to Cape Hoto a a third evidence of National Prosperity a was in the sates of the Public lands. Me. B. Had on a former occasion adverted to these sales so far As the first Quarter was concerned amp Lead shown that into Raoof fall intr off a bail tiper Ideal in awl funny thu Revenue trom the sales of these lands had actually doubled and More than doubled what they were in the first Quarter of 1833. The receipts for lands for that Quarter were $668,526 for the first Quarter of the present year they were $1,398,206 being two to one and $60,000 Over the receipts Lor the two first months of the second Quarter were also known and would carry the Revenue from lands for the first live months of this year to two millions of dollars an enormous amount from which the people of the new states ought to by in some degree relieved by a reduction a the Price of lands. . B. Begged in the most emphatic terms to remind the Senate that at the commencement of the session the sales of the Public lands were selected As one of the criterion by a bib the ruin and desolation of the country was to be judged. It was then predicted and the prediction put Forth with All the boldness of infallible prophecy that the removal of the deposits would Stop the sales of the Public lands that Money would disappear and the people have nothing to buy with that the produce of the Earth would rot upon the hands of the Farmer. These were the predictions and if the sales had really declined that a proof would immediately be found in the fact to prove the truth of the prophecy and the dire effects of changing the Public moneys from one set of banking houses to another but there is no decline but a doubling of the former product and a fair conclusion thence deduced that the new states in the Interior Are As prosperous As the old one on the sea coast. Having proved the general Prosperity of the country from these infallible data flourishing Revenue flourishing Commerce increased arrivals of ships and increased sales of Public lands . B. Said that to was far from denying that actual distress has existed. He had admitted the fact of that distress heretofore not to the extent to which it was charged but to a sufficient extent to excite sympathy for the sufferers and he had distinct in charged the whole distress that did exist to the Bank of Tea United states and the Senate of the United states to the screw and pressure operations of the Bank and the alarm speeches in the Senate. He had made this charge and made it under a full sense of moral responsibility which he owed to the people in affirming any thing from this elevated theatre lie had therefore Given Bis proofs to accompany the charge and he had now to say to the Senate and through the Senate to the people that he found new proofs for that charge in the detailed statements of the accruing Revenue which had been called for by the Senate furnished by the Secretary of the Treasury. . B. Said he must be pardoned for repeating his request to the Senate to recollect How often they had been told that Trade was Par al Zed that orders for foreign goods were countermanded that the importing cities were pictures of desolation their ships Idle a their wharves deserted their mariners. J % a i us 311v l. I xxx Hill a Fol Puj Ull Uila a a a e i Vuc Tai Cai Lui Tut Tau to w b a.,Section and cultivate another he shall evil Lcou to when my Long Nind a a Quot i Ich pay most duty the woollens wandering up and Down. Now said . Be permitted to enter he one the nhonn7t front. Nor vol a in and the season al of for the largest Sale of1 a to looking Over the detailed statement other at his discretion prodded. So Vrh a _ 37 Canu pc Public lands it i Well believed that the is of the a run tag Revenue to was found that Public. ,. intimate will be Mere largely exceeded in Atea party has been held at ires Hoe to him Rte a than inthe two first and months from the pfl$srlg6 of this fld the Foru Long Lind it which were i �00that the excess for the whole year Over the other at his discretion provided such occupants shall designate within six a me terms .d that the Bank will be in Quarter Section of which he claims the j persons present. The Tea Kettle was a estimate will be full two millions of Dot jays. A a prestion by october next. Give us Money Preemption under the same. A boiler containing 200 Gallons and to i. . B. Said was one of Tho evidences hat wont be like the irishman Flea and. Sec. 3. An be i further enacted. That 10 reformed drunkards officiated a a Quot ame Dacri which Uduc i a comrad in Wintie we ill me it Ejbl a i a h of Ulicus j lies a All persons residing on the Public waiters. Jadeo of distress pad commercial Embarrass creased fast enough to make up the de Tipiere was no decline of Commerce except at places where the policy and Power of the United states Bank was predominant a where that Power policy was predominant Revenue declined where it was not predominant Lite policy of the Bank not exerted the Revenue increased and 4n

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