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Connersville Watchman (Newspaper) - June 27, 1834, Connersville, Indiana M get. Lie of m it and t Ier of it to 3h but a at by in to i i he mar i Aiden of a Ine Var ice nto the to Vax a Kkt al Maui publishers Omet on Madison fit or. S. Yvo. Park Init so d. Vax Olget editors. Vieu a ��2, m Plu asm a in Advance a a within the 3 00 after the expires. A civil Lacarr can curl . With a Peon. Who know Htit Man is and knowing dark maintain Jeff Fason vol. 1. Oqit�z72b-0vil1s, Indiana , Juns 27, 1034. No. 5. Til f watchman. Connery Ville Friday june 27, 1834. The City of Pari is still fut the North than he ground of dissatisfaction with or. Connecticut and it a said that in the spaceman Buren and Abhorrence of the of two years and three months there occur-1 Kitchen Cabinet n cd in that City no lest than 6000 divorces in roman Catholic court Rita marriage divorces to cant Tell what the Reader will think Hbeo be Ahall have read the annexed account of con nubian Intel cities in the state of Connecticut Ala Dic Lut a the land of steady should his neck be already in the Yoke he will be very Apt to be Bink himself of the Slippery precipice on no stands and skin Lur Eye Quot Tor a �1 considered a Sacrement and is held to be indissoluble during the life of the parties. As the dutch Justice has it a Vot got unites toned dry let no Man it Lare a Sumler put let no Man dare Tarn slut with the protestant world we dont me in the heroes protest marriage is regarded As a civil contract. Though with us i o one very important particular it differs from other civil contract it cannot be Attikai. Should he be of that murky and and tiled at the pleasure of the contracting crusty order of which no member thereof parties. Justinian by one of hit novels a Evar Felt a warm tender and affectionate bolts bed voluntary divorces and from that bosom beating against his own he will be Day to this it has been very important that very Apt to again a Wear in the obduracy of the by menial contractors should he matched ibis heart and perversity of i affections at Tell As paired. Robert Dale Owen fan like a Good and True Bachelor that he will by War Labouring to fetch the world tack Tho course of his solitary barque still Back in state qua. They think that this i further from the All gorging Malstrom of i nuptial swearing that we Quot will love each \ Wedlock. Should lie be of that other until death do a part Quot a is swearing to number whose years vary from 18 to 28, \ do that which May prove utterly impossible a Whoso night visions Are haunted by pretty in this we deem their notions pretty Ortho a dam Tala and the Primus Mobile of whose do. 2 he policy of the doctrine however i diurnal Achien Zementa a to Enk Indle a flame it Debet table. In the bosom of Tome Peerless Musidora i sad then he received ultimately the support of and was elected by the whig parly. What were the reason hat prompted communication. For the which Mao. Trifles or. C a i ii u n. The Correct pendent of the new Bedford Mercury who lately furnished portraits of senators Leigh and Ben Gerhard being asked by what Art ton gives this sketch of the Hon. J. Them to support him on this sub lie accumulated such an immense for c. Calhoun. Jeet there must be no disguise. The tune replied a by attending to trifles a the is a tall Hent Man with a Tiff people will ask the question and they r r a of t i a k k a l i i to have a right to demand an answer a Quot Crown blk a a a it sir Isaac Grey har brushed backward. Ills they know that an avowed Van Buren Newton that near the close of his life Bear As Many folds and Corr Man could not in Elecie speaker Oft lie he told a Friend who had been com. Llis a a Brougham. representatives. That time has passed away. By what , it pc on what grounds was or. Cru chosen in addition to the reasons Alrow / ten of Ted there was a great political reason. Or. Bell was and is the decided oppo Ali menling him on the Igor of 7? a a Quot a a .1 i ,. Narrow and retreating forehead for so mind that he believed the difference remark Nolc a Man. Or. Wirt some beige in Himsel and others to con-1 where says of chief Justice , Sist mainly in his habit of attending to every thing however trifling that in is her Lort is. Hall tire re i. T. A a if an inflict pay i Ruggula the a to Call that Patti Oti Forth a lit d to \ at a Citi 1. Nent of or. Van Byren or. Bell was full within the Range of his observe called upon on i he morning of he elec Tion. One occurrence in the life of Ion and the difficulty in rela Ion to that philosopher wonderfully chem Ali Lum self was frankly stated. Hire v a a. I a e l. A nil a it. I Fie tin trait in i character. Lulu i ply was prompt and Manly. It sects in red his election. A a am said he rious by feasting on his own thoughts a a opposed to or. Van Buret it Elevation in sir Isaac Lay reclining under an apart Yon Are authorized by me so to stale pie tree in the Cool of an autumn s Etc to your friends Ninga an Apple just loosed from it and now after the dreaded Battle. Has been gallantly fought and nobly Moor Nso cum dod8 a a through the won it May be asked what docs it in a branches and lit on the ground near in e a the they East eels John they is of ibor Erms Anks and Ltd. To Erm Ioard Ness Yelte ire a for and ten Otain acted iced prize trials y and would ill be in on it Fth time Tel Ion. By. Of Rem i May the Send n i i used r. Such an one would be vary Apt to atop and drawing himself up Ioto a thoughtful Diathesis to a a did John Quincy Adams of the occasion of Tho seventeenth fourth of july a let us pause for a moment and con Lidstr Quot but Here is the article it is from the new York enquirer a matrimonial maladies in Connecticut. A melancholy to look at the docket fore the legislature of connect it at the present session and still More melancholy to see the reasons there urged for untying the con nubian knot. One Lender creature wound up the marital Copartnership and ran a Way from the blessings of Wedlock at the end of three Days from the a de Dorg this Wau deemed by sonic of the Connecticut legislature As too limited a trial of the a Experiment a but a majority of the House took the responsibility of cutting the parties a Drift and they arc now seeking a a sound currency in their individual capacities. Another exhibited still More striking features. The husband sought separation from the partner of his bosom for that upon divers Days and occasions not having the fear of Hymen before her eyes but instigated no doubt by the Devil or some other member of the Kitchen Cabinet she had with Force and arms thrown hot water upon the head of her said husband beaten him Over the cranium with the tongs and attempted to pick out his optics with a Fork and committed divers other acts altogether improper and unbecoming in an affectionate and obedient wife. The application was granted by the legislature with a Good Deal of unanimity and As we think with some show of reason. When a a woman a love takes this particular direction1 a Many a reciprocation was a Best exercised at a and All that in a the land of steady now if the aforesaid be a a Penman of their a a steady hat so we shall More than Ever think that old Billy Shakespeare had a Jock thought in his head he declared that a a Rose by any other would smell As we am put another construction upon the Braze to tidy habit�1. The a a habits a of the ladies Pend venture nay be a a steady in wearing a certain for Ted vestment fastened by Waistband and spenders. The a a habits of the stronger ice peradventure May be a steady Quot in the peddling of Usich like notions As Horn gun Flats wooden Nutmeg and Pine pumpkin seeds but after All is said it is an exceeding wonderment that Hymen does not Rule the Conn Calicut portion of his kingdom More harmonious to. What is the cause cart be the climate Are the Bleak and frigid regions of the North uncongenial to do Mesic happiness when compared with the annoy Plains and verdant Fields of the South we do it like to believe it but a aft must be so or. Editor thou reason est Well else whence happen that although the twelve tax Les h. The italian romans Freedom of divorce j Hortum Tine Causa it sine Querena or. Stevenson. The late speaker of the lower House in Congress upon resigning that a valedictory of course and annexed is the concluding part of the address. The sentiments expressed in this extract Are Good and eminently worthy of being heeded. If there is any one thing for which the Well wishers of their country More fervently Pray than any other Ilia that the nation nay be relieved from the pangs and paros Itma of party spirit. Again let the country breathe free again let it become Cool. We think that such will be the event and that too in a very Short time. For the wish is expressed by almost every Mouth and is the d devout aspiration of almost every bosom a although our country of late Gen Tiemen has been deeply and painfully excited and our councils too greatly divided May we not Hope that the cml pcs of excitement Are daily passing off and subsiding and that peace and Tranquillity will again be restored to us. At such a time and under such circumstances is it not the duty of every i Wise and Liberal and Good pub lie or private life without distinction of party to unite for the purpose of Healing these divisions and giving peace and repose to the Public mind and should not those especially who Wield the Public Oil upon this Stormy sea and still its troubled Waters 1 invoke you gentlemen to peace and Harmony to Union and action for the common Good. The people expect in the Prosperity and happiness of your country demand it. God Grant that you May prove yourselves worthy of the High Trust and equal to the crisis and that your labors May ultimately prove successful in giving peace and repose to our beloved dictate it indicates the Progress of the revolution. 11 is a premonitory symptom of the dissolution of a most despotic party. It is evidence that the High minded men who have heretofore supported the president and his measures Are becoming restless. They Are examining for themselves amp inquiring what Are to be the consequences of these measures what were the con Empl Ltd objects and with whom have they originated a Many of these gentlemen confiding in the pies Ideal and disbelieving that he. Was under the control of others. Have sustained him through Good and through evil report. They Are now convinced that it can no longer be done by patriotic and honorable men. The confusion and consternation in the ranks of the Kitchen Cabinet indicate that these political cormorants Are preparing 10 Swallow up Cecli Oiler. They know the materials with which the ranks of their party have been filled life As the seven year of plenty Are about to pass away they tear that Semi years of famine May succeed Ilas it regards the emoluments of office. Already on a Small scale have these rival factions commenced sneering at the recent defeat of certain would be leaders As they Are hauntingly termed. In Plain truth the dominant party in Congress is rent asunder. Jealousy and distrust reign in their Camp and Well it May. They have read the hand writing on the Wall and their Knees have smote together. The discipline of the new York school has no longer any influence or Power. It k and hand also. Get caring he in it foe Ier of Tel or. Bell of Tennessee the successor of or. Steven son As speaker of the House together with certain circumstances connected with his election ii. Are spoken of As below by the Washington spy for the new York . There is probably As much to be Learned As to the political pulses of the country from the votes and manoeuvring of members of Congress on the questions that Rise before them As from any other source whatever. The close observer in such cases May almost feel the throbs of every con Gressional District in the Union. The rep h resent Tive Hall at Washington May be re h Garden As a miniature of the whole Republic. And it is a political feast to gaze at the feelings and evolutions of All of Uncle j Sam s boys and girls As shadowed Forth in Congress. Here is the article a emr. Bell possesses great urbanity of manners with highly respectable talents. In both particulars he. Is in finitely Superior to the late speaker. On the first ballot he received Only thirty votes. Among them it is belie ved there was not a Van Buren Man. The Little squad which unite their Des a Liny with col. . Johnson As i Nnoli a Cip ated supported or. was done from hostility to the vice _. President. The Gallant colonel has Yettell roman Republic had existed 500, discovered that the Albany Regency ears without a solitary instance of a i Are very willing to shake him off. I orce having occurred. And Chancellor can inform him hat they Are detergent says on the 83th Page 2d vol. Of his mined to do it and he May As Well pre commentaries on american Law that in pare for it prompt settlement of no it Outh Carolina a there is no instance in that counts with them. Or. Bell also rotate since the revolution of a divorce of Cei ved indirect la if not directly the a kind either by the sentence of a court support of the Secretary of slate and f Justice or by act of the legislature.�?T�?T�?1 this support was Given 1 am certain on Williams annual rec Isakk for 1834. A this useful manual has reached its fifth yearly volume which has just been published. The pies ent number contains the usual variety of statistics and has been enlarged about one Hundred pages since 1830. The Rol Lomg extracts Aie interesting new York statistics. Number of Post offices in the state of new York the philosopher. Now Reader if 1 have any what thoughts would have been excited in your mind by an occurrence so common place As this i will venture to say just none at ally you would not in All probability have a Given it even a passing thought. Not so the philosopher. His first inquiry was Why did it descend and by what Law was its descent governed from this simple occurrence lie mounted his restless car of thought he a took the wings of the morning and flew to the uttermost parts of he saw the Parley tear drop of night sparkle in the rejoicing beams of Day he saw the Vernal showers softly descending to the Earlh the gently murmuring Rill urging is Way to the bosom of its Mother Ocean the Mountain torrent dashing with maddened fury along its Rocky Way he saw old Ocean chafed bosom heaving her ceaseless tides in Majestic grandeur. He beheld sat Lites regularly revolving around their primaries and these with All their train travelling in in mince orbit a round the Fountain of Day As their common Centre and he shaking his yellow locks bidding his mighty train of worlds on worlds with All their Busy millions follow him in his journey through the trackless Fields of space and All from the least to the greatest governed and controlled by the same simple principle which caused the Apple to fall to the ground. Or As Darwin has it �?o1 he Law the a numb a text and bid it trickle from it source that very Law has made thit Earth a sphere and holds the planets in their now the use 1 intend to make of All this is to enforce the importance of attending to Small matters As these Are the very materials that great things Are made of. And if we find nothing else to attend to let us examine our own thoughts. Like a turbulent Stream the course of thought is on Ward you May divert it from its Chan Nel but you cannot slay its Progress. While in Congress that with no Gamce of manners no tricks of oratory but violating every Rule prescribed for the finished orator he was yet one of the most eloquent men of the this is emphatically True of or. Calhoun. He devotes the whole Powers of i mind to the argument alone with came Sty and intensity and is turned aside from his purpose by no desire to scatter his sarcasm. He docs note Van move Siow enough to select the happiest language but uses any that occurs to convey his meaning. You cannot listen to him without a full conviction of his sincerity. While speaking his Eye that unerring Index to the soul sometimes seems to Start from the socket and its flashes seem almost supernatural. His adversaries cell him metaphysical. If they mean that he is ingenious quibbling sophistical he if not metaphysical but if they mean that he in always logical direct discriminating beyond other men irresistible in his deductions from the premises he lays Down he is metaphysical. The More such act physicians the better. He has been More exclusively and More thoroughly educated As a statesman than any other Man in the country. He came into Public life in youth and none but questions of National moment have Ever engaged his attention. Metaphysician he May be yet he is one of the most proc Tira men of his age. He did for the War department while Secretary what Ham Uon did for the Treasury he created it out of chaos. His views in the present crisis in relation to the Bank and the currency As unfolded in his speech arc acknowledged to be More practical and statesmanlike than any that have been offered. The brightest characteristics of or. Calhoun arc his qualities of his heart is As warm As his head is Cool. He has a 60ul. Too Many politicians have none. Years of Public life have not soured nor corroded his temper. He never makes enemies of his adversaries. Iii feelings arc All Noble generous and elevated. January i 1834, 1,663 a hiring the year 78 Nuu Stirr of new payers printed in the state 264 do. Of these in thit City 66 average circulation of the ten Large daily Eity papers each 1,700 or 17,00 1 sheets urged daily us Sheung Salt made and inspected at Salina in 1833, 1,638,646 value of real estate in the different counties $313.879,107 do. Personal estate 3s,,4�?~j6 estimated value of lands Ewe a l6�?T4f��603hthought will follow thought As wave j Stock to. In 18 >5, $221,283,212 fire Hundred and thirty nine Miles of canal completed and owned by the state cosi $11,436,036 Rural. A whose herds with milk whose Fields with bread. Whose flocks Supply him with attire whose times in summer yield him Haiie in Winter succeeds wave in one interminable succession. On the current of this endless Stream of thought a thousand tilings float by us and Are forgotten forever which if we had retained might have assisted in making us Wise or better for the future. Strabo says that the iberian were ignorant of the treasure of Gold which a scarified Down from the Mountain it is computed that the number of Shep herds and Cowherd who live on the mountains and in the Meadows of Spain tending the flocks and herds amounts to upwards by their Rivers till they were taught of fifty thousand a to detect it by spreading a fleece in this hint is a Good one. Of Var a How Bright the scene to fancy a rat appear through the per Pec live of lung Idam arrival of the u. S. Frigate Potomac. The United states frigate Potomac bearing the Broad Pennant of Commodore John Downes arrived in Boston Harbor on the�?~23d instant from the Pacific Ocean via Rio de Janeiro having sailed from Valparaiso Chili 9th february and Rio 9th april. She has made a Quick passage Proir. Rio. The officers and Crew generally speaking Are in Good health More especially so when it is considered that the ship has just completed a voyage longer and More arduous than has previously been performed by any frigate of our Navy. The Potomac having circumnavigated the Globe and crossed and Reci Oss de the Equator six times she has encountered dangers of navigation unknown i Ordinary voyages a the men have been exposed to disease and pestilence in the most i salubrious regions of the Earth and shared besides the risks of War in the assault and Cap Ture of the malay forts yet the ship has been safely navigated throughout no casualty of any moment having of cured during the cruise a and the degree of mortality has been even less than usual on Board vessels of War Only Twenty seven having died including those killed in Battle at Juallah Bat too out of above five Hundred souls on Gaz. The Stream. Something like dutch eel pot thrown across the current of our thoughts Soj nine years since says the b Tiffalo Journ As to detain the better fish while the steam boat Only navigated the was a Minn 9�?� Are suffered to pass would Tersoff Erie and the upper lakes now be be much t0 my notion number is Between Twenty and a i to distinct shocks of an Earth quake a i a a Wero recently experienced at Montpelier j tiie Tea Plant has been Success Vermont. A fully introduced into Brazil s. America a lad was recently killed by lightning in and the government is giving Euc our la jsisie.iu.1s2s-. �0 the Cul Ivaton. is a thriving Little port recently built on Lake Ontario. Three years ago the Stream running on its margin would barely admit an Indian Canoe. It is now so much improved that sixteen vessels have been built there one of 180 tons and pm Plo Jing g9 men in their navigation. Coffees three millions three Hundred and eighty four thousand pounds of Coffee arrived at Philadelphia from 1st of Jan. To the 18th april

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