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Connersville Watchman (Newspaper) - June 20, 1834, Connersville, Indiana J urn i Eli nor c Ion 1 a tin town 8 it to a i a j. J or so of in i to at m a amp comm amps a an it Khaki Ltd rms publishers. 8. W. Parker a i. Van Vleet editors. V Erncr on Madison a ticket. \ f prot annul in Adam Obj v a Low ruin i or Bari mid Afier til year expires. A civil Lis Krov can Only Owell with a Pun who know thai tidal a Avo it now no a Waik Tain or frisson. Vol. I. 00it2t3?.dv1ll1, Ltd Bahai r?.id-vt, zvs2 20,. 1834. A 4. The k watchman. Conners Ville Friday june 20, 1834. A getting through tiie this Rule i iwo for others when in a dead Fie to ways Aure you re right then go ahead. 1>avid t to Catt. Here is the labor this the difficulty hoc opus Hie labor Custas the Mantua pressed by poverty and an increasing wanting and Light we a Ball Hare. In the i general want of Confidence and the in Only by permission of the legislature of family the old Man sold off his Little a a,t�1,10 in pm already risen and not a a a ability of the whole matter has As they the states and would on account of the property and with a Yoke of oxen and i Abr cd Kara a Bavo scattered Vliem so a and As other sources of information distribution of the Bonus prohibit the a cart transported his All Over the al a los a Var the the Fertile regions assure Roe produced deep and almost in states from taxation nor would i deprive Keghany and settled in the slate of of the West. And what will be Tho result Versal pecuniary embarrassment in the Congress of the Power of amending the Ohio where by dint of Industry icon who i. Beams Shell Fri upon us with me country omy and Goodluck he was enabled to Ridin Lendor Beni a Quot al 0,j� a be hag a the and necessity of a circulation composed of Bank notes red specie to Supply the want of a sufficient �1 give prospective stability to metallic currency. They do not believe c It would at once inspire rear a Large family and to give them will be of Florio. For then the fiend like a a 3 a quote convenience such an education As not Only to Ron and it Ron hearted monsters intemperance it i 1,11 medium _ 1 j t a _ 1 1 _ l.1 l _ _1_ 1 _ a no Liswa a Aholt a Airt pm inn f pm Man. Compose of Bank notes redeemable in ration of the present Bank charter would charter of such Bank or of chartering another Bank should the Public interest so require it. Such Bank although it could not go into operation till the exp Bard renders it whilst singing of the re a a very Good but not a classical . Turn of in Trojan hero from the dismal after when h by teaching school living Der them resp Cable but of enable and slavery shall be exterminated from out several of the sons to become eminent land and to become a Ishri Coffee and Happy men. John being oldest received a people. M. Connersville Lune ii 1834. Be 1 . Soit is with gel with p a dance and Economy he was t. Ting through the the sprig of i no bled his a of fission the a i. .1 a. A r 11,. I Law he soon became eminent in his Misc toc the bribe for old Charon and Vicinity and duing the late War was to soporific cake for cerberus made the elected c member of journey Down into the regions of Avernus quite easy Quot Fasilis de census a Emit so its with a groan born of a he proceedings in u. S. Senate monday May 26, 1834. Memory from Switzerland county ind. Or. Hendricks in presenting the Eti Rren inspire Confidence that a sufficient Quantity of Gold and ill a a and a hat is nil that is hauling ver exists to form a circulating medium whatever May have produced the and they believe that a sudden change j pecuniary embarrassment of the country from a paper system to a metallic car Iso strongly in presented by the Memerial Rency would prostrate not Only Commerce its i cannot said or. Ii for ene Roe but agriculture prostrate the value of ment doubt that such embarrassment Exall property produce entire derangement its. My letters from almost every por of our affairs and Brigg wide spread rum upon the country. They Tell you that Uri i Iba i Thyrl How i Haij stirs re i a. A. Ill i d to i i in if he took an Active part in supporting the War measures and or. Madison s generally. During the become my duty to preset Tjo the Senate Breaks Ioto the world a a succeed no administration ofor. Mon la memorial on the subject of the Hank venture be gambol through the sunny Days Roc he was up pointed Post mister be deposits and the currency. Have and right Yean of infancy without a loud a a general in office for who Cli he seems Rece cd. And am requested to present a a stumble or a sigh manhood come upon to have hem particularly fitted in Mph or al a 0ne competent to the Usk of regulating him then he must cast about for a getting the Dupar mint he soon reduced Coil a. 7 c0u0.�?T r e i and producing such currency of keeping through the it is All to up Hill by to Fijon in o order. Or. Mceane con 1 0r Hnz a i. A in 8 and but thy condition and f Nudd pot master general till the i election of Gen. Jackson when it i said he was unwillingly placed on the Bench of the supreme court of the u. this memorial said it has or. Pre idiot or full Experiment it clearly appears a that local banking institutions have not been blk to furnish a National currency in any Way adequate to the wants of the Community and that a National Bank with branches in the diff erect states is alone competent to the task of regulating e the ther East sets Lohn they is o Ihor a a rim Anki my it bom g in i co ivol Bay fore Leek will s old i and liars quog y is p Pao Ilad co a y four a Oear ire it ack up Enta Bay i i Hal s fore foot right joint. I apr Kiel 26tfc copy a a p. -3t. A mess but he is sure to go of and ultimately arrive at the end whence he started a dust thou Art and unto dust Shalt thou just As Eneas went Down and having entered the Black Gatea of Pluto a Vatra Jamia Ditis Quot finally he returned again to the upper world a a supers and having finished a couple of cups of Coffee a few evenings ago and lit a Cigar we picked no a it Fie of old papera and fell upon the exquisite morsel which we Here insert. Five thought it better than either the Coffee or the Cigar and in the Benevolence of our j soul resolved that each and every one of our readers should share with us in the pleasure of devouring the delicious tit bit. Read a u we shall All gel through the world Nee Era knew a Man slopped said a Elan holy wag. When to reflect upon this subject we shall alls it this Down As n matter Oil fact a solemn truth worthy of record on the choicest Tablet of memory worthy a a a on to live within the Book end volume of the brain in Umed i h baser me tiers a we have All got a passport and let i travel on cheerfully with it we cannot be stopped though we May by delayed or May travel slowly but we shall nil come to our journeys end at last though we travel by divers routes. Cheer up then be melancholy cheer up be weary and heavy Laden the great March of life will bring you to a halt at last take courage you will All get through the world for a no Man was Ever Stop a As Brief As is the Little paragraph above we would did we Ever bet venture a trifle that the readers heart feels lighter and he himself feels in a better humor with the world than was the Case a few Momenta ago. The aforesaid a melancholy wage when he made the consolatory remark he did bad done Leaa exorcised his a Blue devils a and Laid on a coat of aun beams Over the indigo jacket with which it is the wont of such sad Wights to invest All nature a Aye be All Art too. Or peradventure the wheel of for tune had taken Home Lucky turn for the fellow and put him in the notion that this a mundane sphere of ours with Ita Apper dances and Garn iture is not so villain a i a concern after All. His notion is a a a 4 one As each and every individual May a Ostain who will hold temperate hours life sparingly keep his pedal members warm and his capital Cool and above All etched politics and love the Constable and the sheriff. Let every Quot melancholy wag take a daily done of the above prescription and if he do not find that it is no quack Panacea we have another that will Juat suit his Case. And we would advise him by All Means to try it As it is a sure cure and the Only thing that will cure him. It is this go jump into the nearest Mill Pond and there let your body soak without it King an Effort to keep the upper end of it above the Muter just thirty minutes Kos aparte. Villon was for some time an to tamale in the great family. Amongst Many other Iota Eiting Little Witbro door sketches she gives the annexed. And this is a trait in the character of the great Warrior of whom it was sited a a rags were Bis Subj efs nations were lie a sometimes a says mad Moisselle Avil on a the emperor would give us a slap or pull our ears but these v Cre favors which he did not bestow upon every hotly and we could judge of the degree of his Good humor by the greater or less r t Wible Mark of his majesty a a satisfaction. 1 need barely my that the emperor hed no in lion of he Riipus on these occasions. Ile a often used Lac Empress in the same Way while we were dressing her. He preferred slapping Heron inc shoulders and though she continue. Ily exclaimed done,�1 pm which to Lake Stu name. done Lon Parie 6t he cout Nae pee Emira he from Hie cantons of Vii this amusement of Bis As Long As he Zer nod during the troubles of the French it leased. Them press forced a i ugh Rev ii bin and subsequent to that period jut i have More than one seen him a and ultimately settler on the Ohio Mer port and Tenor having been circulated in parts of that county and sir i am advised by a correspondent from whom i have received these that there Are Nineteen others in circulation to Niclot. Luay soon lie expected for the purpose of being presented to . These memorials Are numerous by a Gnetti end it is my duly to state that which Bai so often keen stated in Prev Entin suchlike papers Itiat they arc signed indiscriminately by men of All political parties and of every Pursuit and occupation of life. It is a county in which the friends of lie Prev ent chief magistrate were and 1 presume still Are us Ottrous and thei Marty Strong and this paper is not to by vetted As a party production but As the expression of an honest intelligent people truly representing tic condition of the county Ibe capes which stave produced it and the remedy in tji Cir opinion proper to be adopted. It i of equalizing the Exchange Uett Veen different Aud Distant parts of the Union. Tue convenience and necessity of a paper circulating medium said or. Ii., but Lew will deny. It is convenient on a count of tra and Exchange and it is necessary because the precious metals Are not to be found. However we May wish the condition of the country to be other than what it is we must All admit that Gold and Silver to Supply the paper , is not in he country and that to Loice or to attempt to Force a violent and sudden change from the one system tone other Viust convulse the country. It is much i to be desired that a greater Quantity of the precious metals were to be loud in circulation than at present exists and in j providing a remedy for the disc i derangement of inc country this ought to e provided for. But this must be none a _ this county Ecsi listed on vue <tnop1 Quot i &Quot"0 a to pain he put us Day when air a above the Lulli is a county of the Jim a ,s,.uivs i 1 in seemed to be better in humor than a second class in a be and population hut in "7 Cir co Quiry rubber it or n usual or in bed my chock Soho a s it a Pence i i Dusin the Irue and i it end a Quot can.,,slate into he a v., i ii. A 1 circulating medium a Quad tits 1 make me sir rom a a was telling once of . It is in Liioi a a plump i Reta Ned for several Days n to none and in these re tilts would not lose by comparison with any people who have heir Here to is a mixed population grouped tog incr from every Quarter of the Union Virgin almost every Quarter of the a bring tears into her communication. T e precious Etui nun is to be found. It h n been stated mat the chartered do j of Ihas Hun it incl and fifty in number amounts to 14fi.-000,000, and that the paper in circulation is to the specie a i heir vaults More however from Kentucky Ohio Penn a i a i ,1� a a a one then is this circus Vania new York and new England. I a lion t0 he supplied Aud what Ulter de and it also contains the Swiss settlement a fun a on would a budded change were it practicable bring upon the country. The people of Switzerland a let of pin Ion that a National Bank i Indi Peusa ble to the Prosperity of the Community. In this opinion i fully concur 1 believe that a National Bank or a National currency of some kind is indispensable and All our Tipei Deuce tests this position. This As Acuri ency regulator in my Opin for the watchman. Desultory. Messes. Editors a i noticed with Peculiar emotions the account Given in your paper of last week respecting tie preparations made at Rushville for celebrating our National Independence. This is a theme on which 1 love to dwell. Liberty and Independence Are chords which vibrate through my soul with unspeakable Delight. What philanthropist can be silent or indifferent on a subject of so much importance to the happiness of Manl who can reflect upon scenes which transpired while our worthy foe a thera bore the tyrannical Yoke of but i Ain and upon the heart rending Iran sections incident the that struggle which pm re ased our Freedo it who can recall to my cd pee pangs of grief endured by Many a fair ene whose beloved husband or brother was where they have successfully introduced the c Hilture of the Vine. They of Uund a Grant of land of which 1 took oct non to speak the other Lay when the polish. Land Bill was before the Senate i it a which on we Musl have the Taie bail Kli Are they first settled by special act of cod-lhil0,1-v Quot sufficient Lor out purpose. I Gress by which an extended credit bras a Quot of advocate ii the precut Bank and j. Claim upon the ter. But 1 am prepared to vote for a Bank charter wifi proper modifications. My reasons for mis course is Well expressed by the petitioners that it is in dispensable to die Prosperity of the Community. And sir not heretofore mingled in in five Mouths debate on this subject will take ibis occasion to state brie ii the kind of Bank which i would prefer. 1 would prefer an United slates Bank located in the District of Columbia in the City of Washington. This would do away All cons i a Nional i Tuchie Syfor All admit the Power of Congress to Charier such institution Here objections not ibis place i do not think insu1 Mountable. Settling theron question is a Desideratum so great that it will Over balance All objections. Such institution Here need not have any greater connexion with the gov Rome i Given them at the minimum pref Thebas n0 Para Mogul i two dollars Jer acre. They to their a government Lor a re Char town Vevay and heir county pm Vitic land name of Tii Cir own selection front their own country in Europe. They Are peaceful industrious intelligent end patriotic warmly attached to their adopted country As they Are to that of their nativity. This county sir oct nips a Long reach on the Ohio River and is agricultural productions Are wheat Corn and Hay Well As almost every other article in do Mand at the n. Orleans Market o which j there is a heavy Export Trade carried every year. New oilers is the great Market and almost it he Only maket of a the people of that state and tiie me in-1 and deeply a flecked by a is cond i too. It is True tha before Long n great j slain on lire Field of Battle As a sacrifice on1 diversion of of Weir Export Rede must take the r tar of despotism 1 say who can con-1 place by the Wabash and Erie fatal and template these realities without b Gli Emo of the navigation of the lakes but. pre tons of gratitude to that eng whose baud1 sent the Mississippi Trade and the Niar was recognized in our deliverance by be Katat new of leans Are the Only Lopes illustrious Washington the father of our in growers and exporters of produce country and who does not esteem it an i he people of Switzerland county have As Little direct interest in he Ca ,. I of Lue a nixed so acts As almost an in Ude by be Eor Afner in a suitable manner a. A a by in people Olibe Union. Honor and s privilege to express Ribeir grat John my lean. As a goodly share of Public attention is at this time directed towards de individual any thing history will have its readers. We find the a amidst All the glow of Eccli la this subject Rory Ern is very Tion of the state assure me of that fact and i very much fear that this distress n not at its height in the country West of the mountains. We Are in the hands of the new Orleans Market As the Clayia the hand of the Potter. Accounts from that Quarter Are discourse log at present and Bode worse for the future. Bankruptcies unparalleled in number and extent Are spoken of in new Orleans and the Means of receiving and paying for our produce is believed not to be in existence there. The distress of that portion of the country and of the whole country i fully believe and stand ready to co operate in any measure which affords prospects of rebel. I know it has been said that the distress complained of is occasioned a Ore by excitements which the removal of the deposits has been seized upon to produce than by the removal itself. To some extent 1 admit this to be True. For instance if this Long session of Congress had not taken place immediately alter the removal it is probable that neither the excitement nor the pressure would have been so great but it cannot be denied that the measure of removal was the original cause without which the excitement and distress which pervades the country would net have occurred. No one sir More d. Reply regrets than myself the removal of the deposits. It was a most unfortunate measure for the the country. And while i have never doubted the Power to remove nor the correctness of the motive which induced the measure i have always regretted it �9 deleterious and injurious. 1 have said by my vote that in my opinion the reasons of the Secretary Are unsatisfactory and insufficient but 1 Bave carefully a voided any vote or any act having a tendency to increase excitement which in my opinion was but increasing the distress complained of. I voted against the Resolution which has been the occasion of the present controversy Between the president and Ali Senate and 1 have voted and will continue to vote against every Nerr Urc having a tendency to prolong or emitter that controversy. My object in this is the Tranquillity of the country which at this time is too much disturbed. My object is the Prosperity of the country which cannot be fully restored until the excitement be allayed. That the liberties of the country Are in danger i do not believe. This is an sex i tenant greatly to be lamented but like All others which have preceded it in our history it is destined to pass a Way without serious injury to our institutions. The elements of Republican governments have always been and must always continue to be Stormy and tempestuous. The opinions of 13,000,000 of freemen must necessarily be a discordant mass of materials. Our government is the offspring of and dependent on Public opinion. We arc United Only on a few Imundi mental principles such As personal and political Liberty and National Independence. On minor subjects our opinions Are various and . We have wisely chosen this form of government prel ering it to other forms where the will of one Man. Or of a few i individuals is the Law of the land and where this will and this Law is enforced Tuan if located Philadelphia and it it the pm it of the Bayonet. Let us not Cate it i Here you May it ought to have i Bend despair of the Republic but cling very Little connexion with no govern 10 Ilas he Anchor of our political Hope num. This place it in be said is rat i or. Ii. Then moved that the memorial of is if Kienly com Aeirial to Jasi Ify to e Lo-�1 read printed and referred to the notation of so much capital be e. Cut that so Gommi Ltee on finance. They Erk not a up Etc Nin v necome and will become he attention is at tace anniversary of our National Freedom 1 j Cornmon nations in Hisor Noy Bank. J place of much commercial importance nil by if necessary to this Distio Gimby say then to my sep Brethren the Hoosier a the genre he al Porter a Siv Jas a Lcy a Moons the c Uesu per the urn Ohio Cam i j from Indiana or. In relation to hisg0 Forward ii your laudable Enterprise. Dut growers of Pineir produce and the whole j or the Baltimore and Ohio r shall1of Ibe respect labile it no w a Ini Ilia 1. a ii 1��. In. It bin s. I i. A i a a a a v f i amp. Iving cuter Ark some n the Inch to a a by is p. 3k following Little sketch in the Mon Mould new Jersey enquirer. He who regulates these matters seems to Delight in Neil lid away the eggs of Genius and greatness in some dark and Humble Bye Corner for Batching a some fifty years ago a poor irishman emigrated to this country and settled in the county of Middlesex in this state in a Little Shantee to which were attached some half dozen acres 11 inspires my heart sickens within me when i reflect that while we glory in our Freedom we As a nation Are holding in the must abject ignorance and cruel bondage two millions of our fellow be nos whose Only can Iris that their skin is Darker than our own on this Point. I will not give vent to my feelings at present Erly however to suggest to our friends the managers of the Celebration mentioned above the propriety of appointing a Suita to b the proceeds Chi he completed. Ner need it be Cocci or their own Industry. But in the a Osper Jed necessary tint the ily of the Bank of the United suites they a a of such bunk be in the largest comm a have a deep interest for. It Avii g no1 Cial City. 1 would not Quartee so la be j state Banks As yet in operation the a n capital As $35,000,000. Half dint prof the u. Stales Bank Oak largely j i sum aided by the deposits of the shared in the circulating medium Ofil Public Money and by the control most the whole state and especially was which the disbursement of the Public. It so on the Ohio River. The present expenditure would give such institution. W a it pm a 1 8 ate of things has with drawn rapid in w nid enable it to regulate the currency paper of that Bank and its place i but of the country and its exchanges and or Banks chiefly those of Cincinnati and Louisville-�?bank3 of recent origin pm in to which the people have not the same Enn amongst Tolje rest the present John my other of intemperance both of which am Tidence that they have in the Bank of the on and whilst located there he became ble person to deliver an address on tha toc the father of several children and a Casion upon the subject of slavery and an partially supplied with the paper of Titi a Check excessive issues of local Banks. 1 lean now one of the judges of the supreme court of the United states. In my opinion alarming evils and Call for u. States. The diminution of currency Light and immediate action. Yee Light i it it the distrust of but in existence the not exceed 20 millions in the capital. The Bonus which All agree might i. Much larger than that of the present , 1 would distribute Tinong the Stales in some fair proportion. 1 would permit such Bauk to locate branches in the states or. Benton would add his Estimo to that of the senator Hendricks in favor Pec ability of the population which furnished the subscribers to the memorials just presented. He knew their indu Stiv Enterprise and sincere Devotion to their country and had no doubt but that they fully believed in All the distresses which t by mentioned but their petitions Only recited what had Bec a alleged on this floor for the last four or five nor the end the reason Why petitions were so Ime in coming from that distance Uiu-4 be because the petitioners were so for off from the source of alarm a so far off from this chamber where the cry of distress was first raised four or five Mouths ago. The petitioners speak of the Scarcity of Money in consequence of the disappearance of the United states Bauk notes. Now said

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