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Connersville Watchman (Newspaper) - November 15, 1834, Connersville, Indiana 7777 v warn a amp Troia a a amp it so 11,1.1 am Mil fake i . Orvieto it a Start soft . S. W. Ivy Keit editor. Term8.�?~�00 per Annam in Advance. It �,1 1 within tiik year i Juki after till year expires a civil. I Stlltz Cai Altu a Otto Una motts at wot it ask maintain j of Riison. Voi. I. , i d Aita Datum at it Siiss. A 1334. No. A a tin watchman. Term v a a a. ------1- a fat Imlay november 15. 1831. To May Only n few words reserving fur whig. Why or. Editor you astonish produced an a unparalleled reaction in Uon a gentle Reader but his c which to u9ed in hug Ocate a. Ine i beseech you to just turn Over your favor of the High duties and against Vonc Glicr lie boarded and Shook his May be proper for meat t hit time file of a the watchman and Sec what kind Jackson. The Bank veto crowned mane we never heard. There let him of a paper you Bare been giving me. There the work and excited a Oiin Crry i rear is that vile and infamous protest of old lion a for the Bank and a Jackson As Long As the moral Law stuffed in forthe great reaction every where list a �?�lmo1 Etor co Quot in of or of a a Quot a and welfare of the a poor indians gave Ous reaction was. That Jackson having h i Sros t u u t de or a an Quot a a the g lobe a the very first cumbers thus poisoning your a occasion to an Ken thu Iassc and Ophir i a 1 1 per at the very Fountain. You Lave also in helming reaction1�?All against Jack published some three or four of i of Ben Ison. Just As All these reactions Core-1 tones unprincipled speeches that wretch a bind were at their height or had pro who never did but one Good it in All his diced their full effect the election times a great As before. The Coli a h7m�c a of this cunning Quot and forget life and that was shoot Jackson in the Arm came on. Henry Clay internal in i bin had experienced just such a Victo Ful of the High station which a Shappi would to god it had been his head you pro vement High Tariff Bank and poor tory As their British allies encounter a for the country a occupies has have likewise published sex Secretary tax Indian candidate Recci cd forty nine a Jed at new Orleans. Racy were rout a of himself the founder of personal Oey suck a Pittle Aud Toad eating Bank re votes Andrew Jackson Tho i Timof a a rec oot and flying Artill crts a slanders of my sell and family on Bis port. You scarcely raise a whimper ill be to Many cruel reactions. Rea eved two i lha be tremendous reactions in own a responsibility a 1 shall treat him half of the Bank and i am not so certain Hundred and Nineteen. The Consoli Jno Nave lusted ten years a As becomes a Roan whose Teutli Bruiy has but that you Are disposed to let that infer Ida Ion system started in that contest Nal Kitchen Bare the Bank As Well j eighty three votes the inn Smera a the deposits. And besides All this you at the request of a a subscriber we publish the following article extracted from he Gloucester mass. Democrat. We do it with pleasure and Hare no doubt but that the article will please a number of our readers who bold to the same kind of democracy Iritz this Man of Gloucester. And from he food nature tone that runs through the article to Trust that those of our readers who hold to the Luther kind of democracy will not take it in dudgeon and curse us for printing a did Jackson paper. To Thia utter kind of democrats to would. �?z.,.1, ,,.p.,. A Ord Feba it it a Quot a Quot a i. A a m acc ton. In its left it at la it Consolation in your Eara. Thia Man of Glou hate from the first it been scattering through Quot the try Quot be Raster is evidently a , and like All our c0 ump �?~�?os�?o"6 Peice a a longing to in new Engh other partizan of whatever party All he i Llly a amp testable family with these i Ltd a ays should to taken with a great Many i hav0 named question about whole hosts of democrats were Nishig. R it at ail you Are an unprincipled Turo coat into the embraces of the opposition trains of allowance. One of your own Par a. Of. In As Curvey tool bought by those Rascal every the trial came titans who can flourish a the Gray Goose. J i. it turned out that there had been run venal rear rest he May a till keep looking or it and Lher developments not i i shall arrive Jack Julie to the sky Falls he will catch larks. A a a the City of Washington. So Long a Protection i he result of four years Tremenda As Gen. Jackson made the <5 had in r ?nwa�?~hal�?T.,jack0n he no Hill prostituted Organ a the Globe a the Over fit to a a majority of something medium of fulminating the vile Calum j Over five thousand a in 18321 Nie. Against me i have thought it due zafb7t"�nr.�du,Rii a Quot and try 10w Usu Niree r remain Neril but since he has dts Yoo England Vve had nothing to but to hear and to believe How Quill with is much Easo As this fellow would Tell just As Good a Story for you out of to same facts. And you May set it Down for real truth that All the villages towns cities and Stales which Are not named As presenting a great reactions As belonging entirely to you beyond a question. Look Ever the article now and see if you May not deduce much strength and Consolation in this Wise from it. Ruo the Rule Clear out Quot every one Story you know As Curvey tool bought by those rascally tories the Jackson men. Stop my payer. I wish i May be d any More Shch vile Stu for what i have had. A jacksonian. A Well or. Editor i had begun to think pretty Well of you and so several of my neighbors with myself agr cod we would subscribe for your paper. But it dont signify it is too bad. You print too cd if i pay for action but How it happened we could Here is your pay Iever discover they were All of a a Well enough always until another is told. Every station in life has its own Peculiar troubles and vexations recognized Only by Ture just opposite to what we had been told. The reactions in particular states were very remarkable. In Alabama it was expected that there would be a reaction there were Strong signs of it. Quot i much for the wig you go in for that Cor i it a did come quite soon enough nip monster the Bank and i have a pretty or they Ajo Jackson. In a shrewd notion that you know what itto Georgia there was a considerable re these tremendous reactions in new York have lasted ten Yea Raat will probably continue thus been wantonly assailed. If the till after the next presidential elec assertion made by or. Jackson was As Tion. It is impossible to calculate True As it is ridiculously false that 1 in from the smoke of a Sham fight How diced my wife to marry me by a prom Many thousands arc killed and Woun 0f Twenty thousand dollars As her ded. It is Best never to be frightened Dower i have at least the Consolation with the noise but to wait till the at to know that i did not steal her from the Moshere clears and you can count a awful oaf from perhaps or. Jackson them when it will generally be found Muy understand the allusion. Ast that no one is Hurt unless somebody a the Dower of which he Speaks i think gun has Hurst somebody a Blunderbuss it would be More difficult for him to Corgia it. Action and Strong Hopes were enter i have a Little of her filthy rag paper stuffed l. A a ,. A ii. I tamed. But the vote turned out to be into your pocket be do i take you a amp t these who occupy that Peculiar station j an four fat you Are a much of a n0ne a Mississippi there were and it is human nature always to suppose Jue an c As Ever you was am cur paper 1 Avon Darful reactions a changes were smells rather too Strong of a fire and brim c a on own troubles and vexations More Trou Ujj _ i n i t relied on by some of the Wise men at the North a sufficient to direct her Brosome and vexatious than those of any other human being. As n general thing Stone concern that i once Koew called the a political Here is your Money. Scratch my name off of your list however we Are pretty clearly of the onto in ,., ,. Aud dont disgrace it so much As to write it Ion that there is not a great Deal of differ j b on any More of your Cross oyed lop sided and to Jawed Man in his ability his moral and political integrity and above ail bit love of country. If an editor have such qualifications As these let him direct his vessel to whatever a Nee in the quantum of trouble and vexation allotted to men. A the beet let that you tread upon feels a Paugas great As when a giant but notwithstanding All this we do verily believe that editors Are an exception to the general Rule. Every Leaf of every Rose with which an editor would regale his Nas Lal Organ is pointed with a Thorn. Every port he May lie will never wander far from cup that he would apply to his parched lips \ his True latitude and departure and he will is brimmed wit ii bitterness without the always have a cargo on Board that will Ever mingling of a drop of nectar. Upon his find a ready Market amongst a people of luckless head Are entailed every evil in Clear Heads and sound hearts. Anybody Pandora s Box and to finds no Ray of Hope Inay fill a paper at least with selections to glimmering at the Bottom. A this is a sad suit himself at All times. But no one can and dolorous tale a says the Reader a and 1. Do this often if Ever for himself and Ano believe i will set it Down As an editor Soto votes to they could have found one Clay Man to begin with there is no telling what might have j happened. But alas How facts will give the lie to speculations no such a subscriber should never support any a curiosity could be found in Mississippi,1 editor unless he has Confidence in him As a a Tilp vote of Cre was for Jackson 5,919 by a a see there it is now speak the truth As we May some one is ready to Nail it Down to the counter. But let the sceptical Reader try it let him Anchor himself in an editorial chair for the space of Odo week a month at most and if he do not cry As lustily to Jupiter for Relief As Ever did one of those in Olden time who exchanged his own troubles for those of his neighbors if he do not sigh for Bis own quiet split Bot Tomed chair in the Chimney Corner As and piously As Ever did Portugal after he had Felt what the world Calls greatness and grandeur Why thou then let the Reader set this Down As another editorial 1�?e. That sat. But so it is. And naught but the resurrection of one of the fated and ill starred corps editorial from the dead would Ever convince us that we Are mistaken. Of the thousand and one tribulations that haunt the career of an editor to write and Cater for the political appetites of Bis Roa Ders it probably the most troublesome. Hoc opus Hie Laboured. In this line be must not Only Bave but always exercise Mure science and skill than Ever did a French Cook in the culinary Art who would prepare a Dainty dish to set before the to please All is As much out of the question As it would be to make an image whose features should be amp fair likeness of every individual of Adam s family. When political excitement runs High and that is nearly Thor. To question then for All to determine who feel Friendly to a newspaper even granting that he May Lead its editor by the nose or kick him along Lik afoot Hall is this who will be most to Jill a paper that Best pleases All he who knows All and has a direct interest in pleasing them or he who know very few if any and has a direct interest in pleasing no one but himself Wede Sigu to above As a lecture to no one in particular. But it May serve As a Bint to ail that a editor has troubles amp perplexities of no Ordinary kind and which none can really know but him who feels them. A for the last ten years we have heard of Little else but great reactions. These reactions commenced in 1824, and have continued to the present time. They Are most violent just half Way Between the presidential elections As in 1826, 1830, and 1834 after the losers have had time to recover a Little from the mortification of defeat and before they have run Long enough to see the dead certainty that they Are going to be distanced worse than Ever again. Not a month however has past since March 1834, without reactions greater or less. From 1824 to 1828 the g Reat reactions were mostly in the Western for Clay Wirt Floyd and others none. In North Carolina there was such a reaction in 1828, that the cd ment of the mass of the people wa3 wholly enlisted for Adams yet Adams got Short 14,000 votes out of More than 51,000.�?from that time unheard of reactions took place but strange to re late or. Clay received in 1832 Only 4,563 votes. Measure of reaction from 13,918, Down to 4,563�?very like attic Victory in Louisiana. There were great reactions in Olio Indiana Illinois and missouri., each of these states gave Jackson a greater majority in 1832, than it had done in 1828. There was such a reaction in new Jersey that that state was a completely regenerated and Dis enthralled a yet after All new Jersey contrary to the expectations of j Urtson a Nen themselves voted for Jackson. The democratic party generally receive More votes than they claim. In Virginia so mighty was the reaction against Van Buren it was said with Confidence a the vote of the state will he Given almost unanimously for Barbour. So disgusted were the virginians with Van Burens conduct that they gave him 33,609�?while or. Barbour for whom they were to vote almost unanimously received 212�?a-bout the one Hundred and sixtieth part of Jackson a vote and the two Hundred and thirteenth part of the whole vote. Quite near enough this for a coalition prophecy. But in new York the a reaction was inc Mendlous. The substantial yeomanry of the state were perceived to be in motion. In 1830, it was certain has kicked the owner Over or somebody in the ranks Lias shot his own officer with a ram Rod. The coalition Are a great Many Blank cartridges and seem to imagine they Are doing great execution. Blaze away boys a the smell is quite refreshing a As the representative of Essex South said when Arnold shot Houston. We can stand such wadding As distress speeches and after dinner Fol de Rol As Long As old Nick will pay for the powder. We have Given a compendious history of the great reactions rather tedious but not the half is told. The lesson is perfectly Plain. What has been will be. Before you have caught a Bear never sell his skin. Experience is a severe teacher and keeps a dear school but Many men will learn in no other and very slowly indeed in that. If they cannot comprehend such easy lessons As these Tiki she hits them a great Many very hard raps Over the Knuckles and on the sconces they must Bear the smart. It is no of As a kind of retaliatory offset to the a Bove a Friend with whom we arc accustomed to commune says he shall insist upon the publication of the following letter of or. Poindexter one of the senators in Congress from Mississippi to president Jackson. This however is an item of Gen Era news not improper for insertion in any political paper. How this matter is to terminate we arc unable to say. It would seem that there must be a Compromise a Back out or a fight. The first we deem rather hopeless from the stubborn and fiery characters of the parties. That they have nerve enough to fight is evident from the fact that each of them has already killed his Man in a Duel. We hear it however suggested by some that what is called the Kitchen Cabinet will not suffer the old hero to fight he will not notice it at All say others. It would seem however that some Public explanation at least is indispensable if the president would Sot have saddled upon him the opprobrium of making the undignified and a gentlemanly remarks Purchase it at five times the sum he has imagined of the lady who has attracted his sympathy than he has found it to speculate on the Choice Cotton lands o Mississippi at the minimum Price of the government. But his cup of malicious vituperation it would seem could not be filled by any thing Short of the foul calumny that i was paying off this Dower by sir pct daily inflicted on the wife whom 1 had thus purchased. This infamous libel on me As a private gentleman Calls for a reply which cannot be made in this communication. Or. Jackson has entered the Arena with me not in his character is president of the United slates but As Plain Andrew Jackson Robes off and hands unfettered. He is Well aware of the real responsibility which he incurred and must meet it unless he is As Recreant in chivalry As he is in veracity. The word of a Prince has been said to be sacred and inviolable that of a president of a great nation ought to be equally so. Will a not every High minded honorable Man in the Community hang his head in shame and sorrow when he is obliged to confess that the highest Public functionary of the Republic has sunk to the level of an ale House slanderer of my country to what humiliation Hast thou fallen under the misrule of military tyrant whose undisciplined passions Lead him into excesses which violate All the decency is of social life i know full Well that Andrew Jackson has always a trained band of witnesses at his command by whom he can prove almost any fact he May desire to establish but yet with All these and the Treasury to Boot 1 defy him to adduce from any source worthy of credit the slightest evidence of any act of mine bearing the most Remote resemblance to the puerile and ridiculous imputation which he attempted to cast on me. He is at Liberty to put in requisition under the solemn obligations of an oath every member of the highly respectable family of my wife he May Appeal to the lady herself to every in slates and in 1828 every vote of the that jacks0n had lost the state and United Wes was Given to Andrew that Clay had then a Twenty thousand Jackson. I How a in a Raat not i it Tiani a it a in charged upon him to the editor of the Baltimore Patriot Natchez sept. 26, 1834. Sir a 1 have this moment read in the Richmond whig a letter addressed to you dated Montpelier a. Aug. 25. 183-1, which concerns myself and Clait Fis my attention. It is True i did not leave the stage at Gordonsville and it is also True that i knew the pres Dent of the United slates to be at the hotel at which the stage stopped to change horses but the inference that the presence of the president or of a div dual who has at any time been an inmate in my House to All my intimate friends and they will All respond to him a you have basely history gives us no account of a bold Cavalier who possessed the qualities of Baron Munchausen. 1 am sir respectfully your most obedient Sevit Geo. Poindexter. That Clay had then a Twenty thousand _. 1 Here were great reactions from that time the read �?�11 the time in this country a common in the South also enough to keep rations grew worse and worse and oct newspaper must have More or less politics mor Busy for the last two years of time Tober 19, 1832, a the great changes in la it. But notwithstanding very few if and every vote of the United South Public opinion rendered it fixed As Fate any will Tell you that they wish you to pub i was Given to the hero. In Pennsyl that Gen. Jackson could not receive Lish a part an paper. Should you publish Vania particularly there was an in 1 the vote of that As the Day a Uch a paper you cannot expect and if you Mence reaction and when the election approached the shouts of Victory Rose. A i i a a i Irsom Plant from the exulting Coli lion of the West with Frank Granger on his Back roaring and shaking his mane Frank Granger roaring and shaking his mane or Frank Granger roaring and Shak 4o you will not Beany thing More than a took place Andrew Jackson had about partisan support. So Here the forlorn hero Fly thousand majority of the Quill and scissors stands Between from 1828 to 1832, the reactions two fire and let him yield to either the grew More and More terrible so much Light or left be is sure to be Burnt. Aye so that we find it written by a Learned worse than that let him stand As erect and veracious editor that one might Peerless its unshaken As the pyramids each a a a puss through the Western states with Ling the Lions mane a which no a id a will fancy that he yield to the other out meeting scarcely a Jackson matter the lion of the West had1 and a sure As he is a living and feeling whether one could pass in the same set out from Buffalo for Herkimer and thing he will find both of his sides most of Way through Georgia Alabama and a no attempt was to be made a to Stop factually blistered with Rej hot curses. Let Quot a a go him try As we have to a give each Man his portion in duo season a anxious As lie Well Ean he to please All and see if he docs not meat with some such Farr As this Mississippi we Are not informed but when he came he showed his we think it probable. The Maysville Teeth and not his Tail those who con veto produced an a incalculable reaction Jared him desired but were not a in Tavor of internal improvement and ble to conjure him Down again. Frank against Jackson. His Tariff doctrines a a Granger was on his backs not the extraordinary water a very Rainy Day in july last a very singular occurrence took place in Ashe county North Carolina. On the acclivity of n a ii j in to to considerate Mountain a Spur of the by other person influence y Phoenix about fifty cards from n Creek on that occasion is utterly false. 11on my ,, "77 a a or of the same name which washes the foot Felt indisposed from fatigue and loss 01. A discharge of water sleep and preferred to remain quiet pf0m cjouij9 struck the surface of the while the other passengers were re freshing themselves. It May have flattered the vanity of president Jackson of the Mountain and swept every thing in a to Way to the Creek including Large Trees and rocks weighing at least a couple of and doubtless did to imagine himself tons. Scientific men who have six review so bold a lion that a feeble mortal like de the scene have concluded that it was my sell would tremble in his majesty a produced by the bursting of a descending presence. 1 rejoice that if in any Man Levaur spout. The native mountaineers nor 1 May have been the cause of im-1 say that they have Een such Mccarren y ,. hey a Nurul 4k-----11 at a a a vacs heretofore and they Call it the falling of a Cloud. The amount of duties accrued at Charleston during the two first quarters of 133, was �125,418.�?samoperiod of 1834, �207,982. Increase �82,569. Parting happiness to this August personage in the midst of his a hic Lions Public and private. I had the satisfaction or rather the mortification regarding him As the chief magistrate to look upon him surrounded by stage Drivers and hustlers in he portico of the hotel but i confess the scene did not constitute any particular induce ment with me to form one of the Cote a arc Diolas Eafrom of his Liberal offer to pay a help Pou of somewhere in the n 3gtfirn re Landlady for my breakfast and the Lan serve at the rate of eleven Quartz from a Bushel and three pecks

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