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Connersville Watchman (Newspaper) - August 15, 1834, Connersville, Indiana Oil Van \ a 4k a Ewart pm Bli Sheik Ftp fico on St Fitt Ulf Flash s. Vav. In a Loki la x d. Van Vlee us Stokr k ter i Eum per and a in Advance d0 within the Vear 1,00 after the year expires. A a Cut lines of can Oslo desm with a who know Tiki a Rte in Ano in it vol. L 01tit3r.0r ll3, Indiana Mida aug but 15, 1331. No. 12. Tik watchman. Con Idle Friday August 15. 1834. Gold coins the following is the Bill a Moli passed Sippi from new Orleans a�4 diffuse itself All Over the orca West. 1 nearly Snake Story. Sign of making that Section off the country the Story of the late marvellous font their a new Jerusalem Quot we Are . Hot a till hotter. 1 this is tuesday the 12th Day of August,1 d. 1134�?sod if any body want butter father than Liis we would recommend to the perpetration of some horrid crime bib there is no atonement and thru during the last session of Congress relative. All the Gold coinage of the new world lha Anaconda in the new \ Ork Muse a str Englener in this opinion by Soma will come to the United state. This Irnen a wallowing a a even Quarter Blank hints thrown out in the last Missouri refill fill the West with doubloons and a Luy co a a Quot Mecl by the testimony of publican which we copy and from Rev half Joes and in eight or nine months pc let who vet to a is a get a p Crai a ther circumstances which its not from this time every site Stantilli citizen fam most. Hoo 1&Quot to Nec a Arv Attl he it a Quot t0 a a a a there will have a Long Silken purse of Fine s to a re or. Hat to other similar parties. Ai per a still More extraordinary Story is on different routes have crossed the i h open net work Arough the Reu cd a the new York times. Ris Nois River Patriot. Of which the yellow Gold will a nne and a follows. I j u a number of years ago a gentleman 0n the or horses wrist to it a in who had charge of a Public museum in Quot trave Liao. Quot Baltimore exhibited amongst Hiso theri from he living curiosities a couple of Beautiful i a. Garter snakes. There is something a by built to g it Tel or mkt Auric ivc to the Gold coins. Taking effect As it did on Tho lit of this month if the predictions of our Jackson friends come True we May regard that Day As the dawning of a Golden age an act concerning the Gold coins of thu. Stales and for other pump fees. Be it enacted by the Senate Ami House of representatives of the u. States of a in circa m congest assembled that the our have correctness of the following remarks by an officer in the Navy abroad. A i v gtd ,. V. What Ymir a it Dre t him was hit Down his Gullet with 20 a a weights of arsenic mixed a Kin of Gold Coin o f the con Quot to a a then if he do not Catok j to to the f,.hwvn&Quot a Essiw Titita for Tell a Sui want you a e May set Bimel Down a fire proof in that is to say each Ragle shall contain by know that there is Nuong that Felipito of old Nick a we Don t mean the pro Hundred and thirty too grains of pure a ciliates the operations of tir merchants resident of the United states Bank but Gold and two Hundred and fifty eight abroad or that enables our Commerce a satanic majesty a a Fow hot it i sex j grains of Standard Gold each half a to succeed in All its relations with for Eim every body upon the first Santa be one Hundred and sixteen grains of Eigners so much As the sight of one of de Hawks. They have a truly French our men of War. All nations so much appetite for Irons and it was upon these dear sir a As it is your request i will now Endeavor to May Soroe Whitig about the treatment of k Itose upon a Juma respect our Flag and Are treated so cd a Slimy amphibians that the Garter snakes Villy by our naval officers that they Are in question chiefly make their supper. The keeper of the museum was one eve Ever ready to favor the americans. In. And then every body who can my j pure Gold and one Hundred and then a strength enough to talk makes it the to inc grains of Standard Gold each a grossing topic of conversation. We can1 Quarter re Agle shall contain fifty eight in int fancy that we see he folks sitting grains of pure Gold and sixty four and i the Shade or walking about the streets a half grains of Standard Gold every i this is one great object in keeping up 7th their tongues hanging out like that of such Eagle shall let a of the. Value of ten in times of peace a Squadron in Van lolling of. To breathe is labour to dollars every such half Eagle shall be Ous foreign stations. The suppression Ore is excruciating and to labour is the of the value of five dollars and every of piracy is another and a third is that a it Biog to giving up the ghost. It is e such Quarter Eagle shall be of the it forms a school for naval painful the open one a eyes. The value of two dollars and fifty cents Boston journal. Recti the Fields the gardens and build and tic said Gold coins shall be receive. is glow and radiate like a heated plough-1 Able in All payments when of full the Burgess is. Old Mill Are or burning Brick Kiln. J weight according to their respective the following pleasant allusion to the hew shall we account for Why does values and when of less than full War upon the United states Bank is from j o a a body when the partition was taken very material substance seem just ready weight at less values proportion the Wyco ining Herald. 1 de to their respective actual weights a a Village had a targe i i that Saccomen time and the rent had been paid in and Vance but there was a number of hand i Mill and Samp mortars in the neighbourhood that ground and pounded a Tittle Grain. This if i done to a a remember was in the reign of Atilia whose lofty spirit May be gathered by his declaration to Vire a tit Giluso a what fortress what cite in the from the amount of said Deposit to of Kotnani empiric can Hope t0 exit if it your All Standard Gold or Silver deposited for coinage after the thirty first of july next shall be paid for in Coin under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury within five Days from the making of such deposits deducting Gold and Silver one half of one per centum provided that no reductions shall be made unless said Advance he required by such depositor within forty Days. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted that All Gold coins of the United states minted Anterior to the thirty first Day of july next shall he receivable in or the. Burst out into a general conflagration Aat week we broached the theory that it sympathy Between nature amp the Pothiti. In fever which was scorching the land it in common with most of theories ours gets not seem to withstand the Touchstone time. The election is Over and that Feir has subsided. Candidates have again Ink Back into their own domicile a and when they do occasionally appear a Road amongst the people they Bow and Ake and no More than common folks do. Gain the stumps breathe free. While a key no longer looks Milky and inviting the tin cup pure cold water from the ring which like Hope in the Bottom of Andora a Box is about the Only Blessing it us Bow superseded the runnings from la Btu the grocery is still and the Cor and eight tenths of a cent per Penny in of the streets Are deserted. But Nev weight. _ a Tubeless it is still hot still hotter. Can Sec and he of her mar erf that be that the unexpected termination of the better to secure a conformity of the a election a. Thrown apart of the Sov-1 said Gold coins to their respective Stan Ign. Into such pcs ladies and the residue Dards a5 aforesaid from every separate to such agonies to have caused the e ma8s of Standard Gold which shall be ligation of a greater amount of caloric than m fever during the Pendency of the elec-1 this is possible and for the Sake of a Laming eur theory of sympathy we Are imposed to say that it is highly probable. If this theory however be erroneous we Are for the present Only one other Mode f accounting for the intense ardor of the Eason. And that is this. Like ail other nit nals the Earth has become enervated Olga Ray called Lazy because of the Ordin by summer heals she has thus lagged on Jen Roey around the a King of Day a and f course has lost a portion of her Ceotris Gal Force. Consequently every diurnal a Volution Rolls her in nearer and nearer the great Central fire the Sun. Every Ody will acknowledge the plausibility of theory. Every succeeding Day and Eek will but test its truth or falsity. If t be false we May expect a gradual return breathing weather As the Earth turns no awards the Winter solstice. If it be True a proportion As the Earth approximates he Sun and the Prospect of her being used All Over into his sweltering bowels i car net shall be responsible to the brighter and More fervid in the ner for the full weight if claimed at ame proportion a general backing out of i the time of delivery. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted that sec.2. And be it further enacted that moated Many it was under lease for a give perhaps irom Hie associations connected to Amure with it name i Hev Are the most Vora vet be j m cd j inn it have Chou of All the Small a Zed Snake however b worm Reaty and pounce upon their prey like Start i it is of great importance that the horse be in Good condition before the journey is commenced a not very fat he should eat nothing but the most solid food for sometime before you Start nothing Light or Green for Nice or ten horses will founder if fed on Geen food. Early in the morning give a few swallows of water for some horses will not eat without particularly if feverish at night. Give three quarts of Corn soon after the water he should not be limited in fodder but let him have it before him from the time he is put up at night till you Start. Give him As much water As be will drink before Yon Start travel very slow for the fillet hour for Many horses Are foundered from the body becoming suddenly hot when full of cold water just As when the reverse happens filling the body with cold water when it is hot. Give about a gallon of water frequently for by giving a Small Quantity often the stomach is kept More Cool and there is less danger. Twice or three times during the Day put Keepe Ning giving them their usual rations,1 when he observed that the big Snake was so voracious As to devour All the Little 1 snakes supper. He accordingly separated the two animals by a thin partition land threw a Frog to the younger and weaker of the two. The Little Snake seized the animal and commenced Swal lowing it and had succeeded to bagging its head fore paws and the greater part pleasure that it shall be erased from the Earth a but that is a digression. Well the i chief Burgess of the Village took it ids head that the Mill was a nuisance and should be put Down before the lease expired. A what Power has that accursed a said he a the fellow can double toll he can grind if he pleases Only for the Rich and by refusing to grind for the poor Man starve him and hit pretty ii Tilo children and Loving wife All to de f a Wir k f away and the big Snake made a dash at the Hind legs of the Frog which yet protruded from the Mouth of his younger brother. He obtained a Hearty grip of these projecting members and slowly swallowed his Way towards the head of his supper companion who Clung sturdily to Bis Savory Mouthful. The Heads of the two animals met and the Issue of struggle for a moment a pint of a a al i a Imle ski seemed doubtful when the big Snake Sinto he a and a tar u a Well a when. Mouth expanded and slowly closed on 1 water on the Road move off the the head of the Small one Aud again horse Sam Ciote a to stand still after he went rejoicing on hot a wallowing drinking a very wrong. When you Stop course a slowly but surely he went a for by time say an hour or so do not head the longitudinal of thewrer til Are a of never Young Serpent constantly becoming less j Jve Corn Dot Fri the Day three or four As they were sucked into his maw until he had swallowed him from nose to Tail. After Tukim this unnatural ii is a it in this unnatural Trefe Rennau Uetz a anti Inonu tue Garter made into coins at the said mint there shall be taken set a part by the treasurer and reserved in his custody a certain number of pieces not less than three and that once in every year the pieces so set apart and reserved shall e assayed under the inspection of the officers and at the time and in the manner now provided by Law and fit shall be found that the Gold so assayed shall not be inferior to said Standard herein before declared More than one part in three Hundred and eighty four in fineness amp one part in five Hundred j in weight the officer or officers of the said mint whom it May concern shall i be held excusable but if any greater inferiority shall appear it shall be certified to the president of the United states and if he shall so decide the said officer or officers shall be hereafter disqualified to hold their respective offices provided that in making any delivery of Coin at the mint in payment cd evil of the Mill . A it a an or a a be coiled in Yellop for his Nap and a socratic concern said Tho Burgess a for it i took a comfortable snooze. 1 he next grind with foreign Mill store and will Ujj morning the keeper called to a View the in our a abominable a roared to single gentlemen rolled into one a Bis tried to defend Ujj when to bus a9tonishment he found the himself a did Yon Ever hear such Imp a younger Snake Ted Foft his close quarters Dence said the Burgess a what dare deny a. A.,a. _ land was gambling about by the Side olm Assn Linna. a with falsehood s a a a 6 j Iii big playmate. 3 he Only reasonable my assertions charge me with falsehood with this be rushed into the Mill with Sledge Hammer and broke the machinery then opened a Sluice Gate in his barn Yard that overflowed the Mill and drenched it in filth. Way of accounting for tic manner in which he managed to leave Bis prison j House is that he coiled himself regularly and left Iii lodging by be same the Mill stopped work and the people door the h which he entered them suffered severely for the want of run did. Of �11 1 j u a been said the Burgess a what the j could not have backed of for his cursed Mill and have brought upon 1 Scales would not have permitted him nor the Community is this to by endured All was an egress in any other manner at All this is to Force us to extend his lease. If possible. The Fate of he poor Iron was that establishment can create so much a Matler of grave speculation but the mischief by being interrupted now what probability is that the Little Snake held Fly is in a a a a a a a it a a a a a a 1 permitted to exist which haste Power to do so much injury in May refuse to grind at All or Only for those who will vote As the chooses and then the sole government of the Village can bos payed by him to the ruin of the a Down with the Mill a voc iterated All the scallions of his a what in the world a asked one has set our chief Man in such a passion with the Mill and sure it has been grinding lodging but a Hearty supper. The above account is strictly authentic. We received it from a gentleman who was a Eye witness to the transaction. Immediately after its occurrence he prepared a slate meet for one of the journals of the Day but he was dissuaded from publishing it of the ground that it was to marvellous to be believed. As the late feat of the Anaconda has opened these forty years without injury to any the eyes of the Public to what snakes one and with Manifest Benefit to All a a can do we publish it As a Well sustained a Tutti said a shrewd waiter in reply a the l. Old gentleman a Favorito Nephew Matty Snake Story. Of a Deposit the weight thereof shall has a Mill Power in another place do you be found defective the officer con a tdake1 it Aye a whispered another the a old Iidle Lliter May be looked for. And from be writhing of a Friend Jonathan himself Uris a the last 3 or 4 months we calculate this act shall be in Force from and after the thirty first Day of july in the Geers. Ficerai Gortz Oats a with e Dob with. D Man hand also stick sink he Inni for 1er of n ii the a premonitory symptoms Are al. Year one thousand eight Hundred and upon him. This fact induces us to thirty four. Jacksonville 111. June 7. This looks Large com Burges once tried to make the lend q consisting of about his Mill to further Tus political views but pc an if a a up he would it. I should think a said the third i a Avo Hundred a and at a <0�?orc a the customers to the would have As a men encamped near the Mauvais Eterre much influence Over him As he is Over j about one mile from this town on a it is a queer business a Aid the Utlay evening last. A number of our Cit first speaker a All through or i Lack com Jozens visited their Encampment on the mod Leteve that there is a Strong probability f the truth of this last theory. A or. Mason of Cincinnati has invented an Aerial steam boat in which be pro used to ascend on the 4th Ultimo. The oat is thus described a it �3 about ten feet Long the ribs Ming covered with silk in order to Ender it very Light. The engine of to horse Power is placed in the mid lie and turns four vertical shafts pro eating Over the Bow and Stern into each it of which Are fixed four spiral Silken rings which Are made to revolve with it sufficient velocity to cause the vessel the land offices will become recept a Frise. Over the whole is fixed a Cleland reservoirs of Gold whence it moveable silk cover designed to assist will be distributed to the country u counteracting the gravitating Force through the government disburse to the same time tending to assist in its ments through the military the sur propulsion Forward. The whole boat keying and the Indian departments a eluding the engine weighs pounds my has Cost about �300.�?� apra oved june 28th, 1834. The subsequent eloquent Strain is extrac Ted from the government Organ the Globe. If we of the a great West can ask for any thing better than a realization of these Golden opinions of the Globe we fear that a a Quarter Section in the new Jerusalem would hardly be satisfactory we Hope that the dreams May not turn out a baseless fabrics in the end a the emigrants removing to that great Region will All carry Gold in preference to Silver or paper for it is lighter than Silver and safer than paper United states Are much pleased to learn that the correspondence commenced by the merchants of new York with president Biddle published in this paper on monday last has had the effect in a Good degree to relieve the Money Market. The Bank at Philadelphia on its last discount Day increased Loans $200,000, and the new York Branch $100,000.�?pat. The celebrated Frederick Rapp Esq. Recently died at Economy a. The seat of the ,1 in the 60th year of his age. He wa9 a Strong minded and intelligent Man and we believe a most Sabbath. They had preaching and other religious services conducted by men of their own party. Many conjectures were afloat in regard to the objects and future plans of these individuals. From All that could be gathered it was ascertained that the bulk of them came from the Western part of new York and that they were on their Way to the a far curiosity was the More excited on account of the backwardness displayed by every individual in the company to communicate their intention incoming to this country ,4-c. As they passed through the town on monday morning we had an Opportunity of conversing with some of them but their laconic ill mannerly and unsatisfactory answers made it an Unthankful quarts of Oats May be Given and fodder or Hay for the Quantity he will eat will is very Gratifying to the horse to Wash or wipe the face and the inside of the nostrils with a sponge and cold water and if you add a Little vinegar it is better a do this at the time of and before watering. When you Stop for the night let the horse go into a lot to Wallow und walk about far half an hour then let a few bundles of fodder or Hay be Given to him while rubbed curried and brushed and afterwards As plentifully As can be Given. When Cool have his legs washed with soap and cold water and the feet picked out and then let him Hare his till of water but without Salt. Be careful that the horse always eats some fodder before he gets his Corn give a Strong Large horse eight quarts of Corn a night or As Many ears As Are equal to it a it is better to feed on the ear than to Shell it m the horse eats not so fast and will perhaps eat less. If the Corn is new give but half the Quantity always give Oats in the morning if to be got six quarts will not injure a horse. If the horse gets galled Wash the parts with Strong whisky and water. 11 your horse becomes Dull and heavy on the journey or loses his appetite tie a Lump of gum Assa feet Ida on Lus bit covered or wrapped in a Strong rag. This May be continued for the whole journey and 1 believe prevents his taking any distemper if put with sick horses or in the stable where they have been it also is a preventive of founder. Horses sometimes get lame on the Road without any apparent cause. It is generally from being improper ally shod. There Are such various notions As to the treatment of a horse when foundered that it is difficult to know what to say on the subject. I would bleed freely from the neck give a pint of whiskey with a Little warm water and molasses with a Lump of Alum about the size of a Nutmeg dissolved in it and urge the horse on his journey. I have now my Good sir said what i would do with my horse on the Road and if any part of it is Woith your consideration you Are Welcome to it. Hoping that you will excuse my great hurry and blunders and with my Best wishes for your having a Safe and pleasant time of it i am your. 4-c. It scrupulously honest one. He was the chief actor or agent for the harmonist., j a ved to tical Abo of throw whose Peculiar habits have Een often a r a to described and to whom his lefts will probably be irreparable As a society. Ing any additional Light on the subject we fall in opinion of Many of our Citi Zens Bitt they belong to that deluded class of individuals who have adopted the yellow fever is said to be raging it Vera Cruz w. The Cincinnati papers report. 90 the boo. Of Jormon for their guide and and to to the officer who having re deaths in the City of the weekending Are d0w on Tbs a Way t0 Jackson county Cei ved Gold from the government,1 30th ult. And 86 for the Veek ending Jet in Nuri to Render whatever services shall presume or dare to offer paper to Ujj the 6th inst. Of these 28 for the first May be required by their Brethren in that the soldiers or citizens. Then a great week and 30 for the last Are attrib Stream of Gold will flow up the missis Ted to cholera. Quarter and to resist any attempt that May be made to thwart them in the de Quot Pense of a million a y ear search for the papers of Lafayette. Seems by a paper from the National that the government of Louis Phi tripe made an Effort to obtain Possession of certain important manuscripts left by Lafayette under tic pretence of searching for the correspondence of the interdicted Republican journals. The search took place at the House foam. Carrel to which it was said the i papers bad been removed. It was however fruitless. They Are said to contain important secrets relative to the late events in France. The president has gone to Tennessee the vice president is electioneering throw Pennsylvania. Major Barry and Parson Brown Are left to carry out Van Buren s system of Quot glory and Reform Quot al an sex

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