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Connersville Watchman (Newspaper) - November 22, 1834, Connersville, Indiana It n Nece a a or be re it iut i of the or i n bit Trai an Bote it a rift a rate in ate email a Tut de a it reduce a Cali e Aleo Good a bib to a a big a rally s or Wber i we Brlity e and 8. W. In Markek. Editor. Y of. R.m3.-ft/ be annul in Advance z.t4� within the year a my after the year expires. Vol. I. A civil can Only dwell Ami a Wiio know to Cir cum Fumo knowing dab maintain a . 0o2nrs&8vz2�is, Indiana , car or. 22, 122-1. Ivo. 20. From the almost absolute state of Beggary Pany of Clay Calhoun and Webster Indian tribe and seen too much not ally parched with thirst we dipped in which they Are frequently found. Nolb is with her own Secretary. A con to know the evil consequences of such our drink from stagnant pools that ing tells better for the came of real heart Stant attendant on the sittings of con a system Good Are sold at such sex were heated by the Sun and kept in Felt religion amongst any people than to Gross she is on terms of intimacy with orb if ant prices that the Indian gets a fermentation by the wallowing herds know that to professors whether they most of the members. Finny of them Quot Mere Shadow for Bis Pelties amp a. The of Buffalo that resort to them. It this Imre an abundance or no More than a the advocate doctrines or even make slight trappers and other men in the pm Way we dragged on sometimes passing widow s mite a a give freely a Liberal share of assertions contrary to her Peculiar no ploy ment of these traders arc Gener a picturesque and broke country with what they has a to support their ministers,1 tons of legislation they Are sure to ally the lowest and most debased class Fine Springs and streams affording us n the first of last week several and and the into rests of their religion generally figure in the columns of in aul in by and of society who corrupt the morals of the luxury of a refreshing Shade and a Many a congressman has regretted the Savage without setting them one Cool draught olt water. Mrs. Ann Royal. Incurring the displeasure of this lioness Good indians Sec no the sickness mud distress Conli Naal this eccentric lady is now on a vis or 8ex�?~ she writes with a pen of a White people but these and of course by about us spread a gloom Over the. Is j ----1 _ i judge us All by them. They Conse a Camp and marred every pleasure al Quentlyn hold us and always will in which we might otherwise Hare enjoy the watchman. Conni Lesville urday november 22. 1834. Ski Money Bank Money it it Bably All of the branches of the Lebank of Indiana were organized the prompt payment of theft Stock-1 a Ament on the part of the Stock older the election of directors president Cath Iora. Of the Indianapolis Branch directory Are Covey Cater am cd Send Era on avid William. Amer i it Rooue a he Rev Bates president b. F. Morris cashier. Muel Ile Oriolt ii appointed the b. J. Blythe John Wilkins Alex. Vav. Russell Lames Blake. It to new York. She seems Date min Iron dipped in bitterness of Gull de to be is extensively known person oily As she is by reputation. She is most certainly to be commended for her Independence if she be condemned for scolding. The latter Quality seems always to be claimed As within from the far West. Fnu a la new Sywik oui Vinitial Arr tort a. Fort Gibson sept. 8, 1834. Rep contempt As inferior to themselves As led for the country abounds most of Hitt o Frt Toon to its i ploy tit �1 Tho a vol Iiams inv inv Jother fear nor respect us. When on bears it St. Bands too of the snort of. Jcf1�?~ the contrary if the government would Jing wild horses were almost hourly 1 rusting that a few lines from the promptly prohibit such establishments prancing before us and 1 found them the exclusive province of the female was in Iron Era �11 at All times pc and invite these indians to our Frontier to be the wildest and flee test inhabit and we were always at a loss to learn a pc to .v011 and supposing too p0stgi they would bring in their furs Tant of the Prairies of the West. The by what authority or Law Man Ever a arms wou11 a a their Robes horses mules sic. To this Pawnee and Ca mancies take vast ulary so have ventured to drop you i place where there is a Good Market numbers of them but the finest and Fth p to Nore on the subject of Jor them ally where they would get flee test of them they cannot catch. I in i a neck inc. I the full value of their property lie re approached several times very near Nice wrote my last letter where there arc. Several stores of goods�?1 these herds without being discovered in 1 gave a very Brict account of our where there is an honorable compete and with a Good spy Glass examined undertook to punish that As a crime in a woman which was her Peculiar in Ulivi from the India Melix Branch do my 0fnature. A a stitch directory. The facetious editor of the new 1 Richmond the Duce York Sun a us notices a visit from thi Are inept p. Plummer Lewis Burk Ibert c. Blanchard Caleb Shearon i Kin. Locke Ira Grover Olio Maine. K Eli Brown. Achilles William president Elijah corns cashier Noah Leeds clerk. F the Branch at Lawrence Burgh the i Lora Are me Tousey George Tony Eye alter Hay Richard Tyner a m. Tate John p. Dunn iof Val Sparks i Daniel s. Major. Omer Tosev president Enoch d. John cashier David guard director for the state. The Branch at Lafayette the direct Are Tow a Thomas t. Benbridge president Samuel Taylor cashier Rector of the Public abuses the mad i he Indian commissioner presided at amed Starlot the age mrs Ann Roy this Council and 1 cannot name a scene al a squirt editor of i aul i by at Wash-1 More interesting than it was where Jing ton. She was accompanied by a for several Days in succession free vent. R f c i 8s- a Sec claim a pretty Little Vas Given to the feelings of men civil t Loyal Fairman director of state crr of eighteen. After a Lind of Edi in Ioctl Uius hot n last monday he Lgth inst. The goner i trial introduction we invited her to three stages of men were fearlessly is meeting of to Parent Board was to Lave take u seat. �?o1 Don t care if do t sort aug their rights their happiness and Friendship to each vain orations of the half polished and halt Breed cherokees and choctaws with All their finery and Art found och a a Frank Vili find a Cao a rain Tom ird an % Fen held at Indianapolis at which meat a said she �?o1 never saw an editor yet the subscription on the part Oft state who owned More than one chair.�?T1 to made and $�0,000 will he paid Toj a very Happy to Sec you in new h Branch. The governor will then in v Ork mrs Royal. Bis proclamation and the Banks will a no doubt you Are. Every body is a i their match in the Brief and jarring into operation. that they Happy to see me. You see i am an guttural of the wild and naked men. I All be ready to make issues about the Independent woman and a tearless after the Council had adjourned of the current month. And then if the editor pm going to Correct Public an the fumes of the peace making Jos Biers do not get Hoosier Money it abuse break up the connexion i Calumet had vanished away and Colo-1 in Hur a a not slut a in strove i i i i a _ j.,.____, a Long Sta of Catari sins circled by ii a w any Han met. The similes is not is t to cold sit lows on Rheuma is a system in now Ortii t sates b i Vetterl h yes also be. A Berge drops italic As Ting Dis a Irva Tion we very great get result it that Art a tar As tease with then prep have tarps Are Oliv a Tim Ami was not Etfer Alu Abla of other is i it ibis Madir be Fry t a Geno in Taylor Mac Coleman Heaton Rael Spencer amp Andrew Ingram Rudolph a Ford George Nichol John Sherry. Campaign and successful acquaintance with the comanches Pawnee Kiowa a a see. We have had a bustling it exquisite lady a polite morn my about o Ciccki while seated at time with the indians at this place our desk attempting to think of a Dodge sent runners to the Chicks thought and grasping at the Appari 0f All tie contiguous tribes of indians lion of some idea., with which to Coil. W Ith an invitation to meet the Paw coagulate into a becoming paragraph news Ltd. In Council at this place for our countless readers our reverie seven or eight tribes flocked to us in was broken by the Entrance of a be Grout numbers on the first Day of the male about the height of a respectably Moi thi when t1 c0uhci commenced sized woman with a handsome round it continued for several Days and gave face Small Blue eyes a middling nose these Semi civilized sons of the Forest and a dimpled Chin. Her outer per a Jair Opportunity Ofshak Inythe hands son consisted of a Plain snuff coloured i 0p their wild and untamed red Broth frock a Green Mantle fastened at the Ren get in West of embracing them in Rcck with a neat silk Cord and Tassel a Snow White Cap with a fantastically crimp cd Border and a figured Lilac fashionable Bat. It was the Joan do arc of the corps editorial a the terror of uneducated congressmen the Cor to Weir arms with expressions of Friendship and of smoking the Calumet together As the solemn pledge of lasting peace and Friendship. Colonel Dodge major Armstrong the Indian agent and general Stokes lion and where they would get four led them with great pleasure some of or five times As much for their articles i them were very handsome their Manes of Trade is they would get from a tra falling almost to the ground but when Der in the Village out of the reach of we visited the Comanche Village i Competition and out of sight of the 1 looked through their almost incredible civilized world. Herds of horses that were grazing about at the same time As they would be them perhaps three thousand or near continually coming where they would it for the a splendid a a arabian a die. Sec Good and polished society they horse of which i have heard so much would he gradually adopting Surat the East As belonging to that coun nodes of living. Introducing to their try but i could see nor hear nothing country our vegetables our Domestic a fit and i am strongly inclined to think animal poultry a sic. And at length that it is in a measure a horse of in a our arts and manufactures they would Gina lion. Sec and estimate our military strength i the horses of the Ca manchus Are and advantages and would be led to principally the wild horse and a great fear and respect us. In Short it would Many from the Spanish country. They undoubtedly be the quickest and us Are Squall and most of them miserable rest Way to a general acquaintance a and mean. Several of the Best of to Friendship and peace and at last to m them were purchased by our officers civilization. If there is a Law in Chis and having brought them in can sell tence for such Protection of the Indian them for sixty of seventy five dollars tribes which May have been waived a Only. In the Case of those nations with which a in Baste for tic present Adieu be either because they Don t want it or not the credit the to Oshier Gratia get it. Quere. How much will religion and Hue have to do with the management our state Bank and branches again Long will it he before an Indiana Bank by will elect a governor it id members of the legislature for us. Tween Church and state destroy monopolies enlighten the common people and bring about such a Royal state of things As will make your eyes water. How does Webb and Legget and colonel Stone and my old Friend Nel Dodge had made them additional presents they soon made preparations for departure and on the next Day started with an escort of dragoons for their own country. This movement is much to be regretted for it worm a us or. Noah get along a a in la warrant it 7&Quot 7 governor you get righted before i leave a i exc cedi Quot a y Gratifying to re for us a town. You see i m a woman that fears ?c0ide a a the East to have seen so a a ii a a group and it would have been of great service to them to have visit fitment. Ted for Cui Lings of Erfe ton friends will touch taste handle with the unclean thing. We meddle use. Understand that orthodox and a de or it fear my Keri san had not a Little to do in officer la governor troop to town the Richmond Bank. If the managers1 a a believe he is attending to his do the Bank to this state arc led into the \ tic As an officer of the government Pip tation that is Laid open before them i h warrant you lie 3 attending to a a out these time Quot the political almanac it is duties now i m Here. Office hold Kerman Date the breathing of a Little ers All scamper like White Heads the sex. Which will blow a very Tornado be 1 Arne cd 1 as8u fit it a sir 1 e the Winter season of the Bank Char i map among the Shawnee closes in. A. All mho Trade on borrowed 1 car no Many i. A a .1 a indeed were you the Nyopun u to d j ,7, a a a of our Good True and Loyal Van Buren. B a 1 a a los sir and the White Man s Char Acter our Friend of the a the Many happened to be in and we introduced him a to our visitor. How Are you or. Catholicism the protestant Vin a a evian a said she a a what a the reason Cator of the City of new York says you done to Send a Why to a in Michigan the proper Docu we do. A a i Hen some villain Bassto ends show that $ 20,000 were sent from Len it out of the office turning to her Europe the past year and placed at the Secretary that s some of your work so postal of the roman Bishop for that ter i h a sixpence. A Long Story and a. Much if not More is expect conversation on her part for we could id for the year this fact i. Quo scarcely slip in a word Edge ways she u by the protestant paper to show that seized our hand it and am08t Benig Hting amp besetting papacy is rolling Motherly Gripe. A Well 1 11 bid you Aroul. The a Deso Sood by cd shall leave town in a Day Ting flood.1 however Benig Hting a a rotting or two give us d Call i of can a top Deso lating the Catholic religion May be est a a seemed by some the foregoing fact Speaks a but of wl11 certainly Call again a ther favourably of the Benevolence can a perhaps. Ii i in passing by i May our and Zeal of the catholics. 20, or per-1, Call but i would to go out of my Way to Sec an emperor Good Bye a and she de Washington a journey though which they could not be prevailed upon to make. We brought with us to this place three of the principal chiefs of the Pawnee fifteen Kio ways on Caman Che and one i co chief. The group was undoubtedly one of the most interesting that Ever visited our Frontier and i have taken the utmost pains in painting the portraits of All of them As Well As seven of the Cania Che chiefs who came part of the Way with us and then turned Back. These portraits together with other paintings which i have made descriptive of their manners and customs views of their villages landscapes of the country amp a. Will soon be Laid before the amateurs of the East and i Trust will be found very interesting although the achievement has been a handsome one of bringing these unknown people to an acquaintance and a general peace and at first sight would appear to be of great Benefit to them yet i have my Strong doubts whether it will better their condition unless with the exercised Aid of the Strong Armol government they can be protected in the rights which by nature they Are entitled to. There is already in this place a company of eighty men fitted out who arc have since understood that she i to Start to Morrow to overtake these ill it it Liu Ftp tvs. _ til of another certainly paid a v18lt to Tae a ice department indians a few Miles irom this place foot aiu rather to the prejudice of what to the mayor and registers office and and accompany them Home with a pm mini Lac ca8tom House. Tins eccentric Large Stock of goods with traps Lor we have Long traded it is a great pity that it should not be rigidly enforced in this new and important acquaintance which sch be just made wt0�?~. Fifteen or Twenty thousand strangers to the civilized world yet As we have Learned from their unaffected Lios Pitili to when in their villages with hearts of human Mould susceptible of All the Noble feelings Peculiar to civilized Man. This acquaintance has Cost the United states a vast sum of Money As Well As the lives of several valuable and esteemed officers and at least some fifty or sixty of the dragoons and for the Honor of the american name i think we ought in forming an acquaintance with these numerous tribes to adopt and enforce some different system from that which has been generally Practised on and beyond our frontiers heretofore. What the regiment of dragoons has suffered from sickness since they started on their summer Campaign is unexampled in this country and almost we started from this place ten or fifteen Svercl sent Back the first Day too sick to proceed and so afterwards our numbers were daily diminished and at the distance of 200 Miles from this place we could Muster out of the whole regiment but 250 men who were Able to proceed with which Little band and that again reduced some sixty or seventy by sickness we a 1 ii your Friend and servant George Catlin. Laps $30 ,000 raised annual in by the Catho is of one hemisphere for the support of a heir religion in a Remote and comparative obscure Corner pushed on and accomplished All that was done. Since our return the sick have been brought in by dozens and scores from the Points where they had been left and although the dragoons who were Well enough to leave have All marched off from this Post some to Leavenworth a three companies Twenty Miles Distant from this and three companies to the Desmoines on the Mississippi to their wintering quarters they have left at this place 140 or 50 sick who Are burying two to three and four per Day of their numbers. A great Many have died and Many More poor Fellows must inevitably sink into their Graves. The disease seems to be entirely of a billions nature and contracted by exposure to the Sun and the impurity of the water which in Many parts of our route we were obliged to use. The Beautiful so Brethren in to distributed annually amongst those Cir Puit and local preachers and others that fright be easily found devoting All their a Lime and talents to the protestant religion a a i round elevate them and their families calculating to sequently behold amongst our protestant of a Brethren of this Region. 20, or $30,- w. Wa9. Ora m Quot Stern part catching Beaver a fee. Ton Cir-i0f i-�11��.aad about fifty five years of build a trading House amongst them where they will amass at once an im-1 i age. She is the sarcastic author of the celebrated a Black Book a a a Peep into Congress a and Many other works. She visits All classes of pc i pie and is As much at Home in the com Mence Fortune being the first traders and trappers that have Ever been in that part of the country. I have travelled too much among Quot Toven am. We find the following article respecting lord Brougham in a late number of the London morning chronicle. A the lord Chancellor has been received everywhere in his scotch tour in the most enthusiastic manner. Not a City Burgh Village or Hamlet in Highlands or lowlands but has poured Forth its population to meet and Welcome him and his has been a sort of civil Triumph. Deputations of magistrates came 50 and co Miles to present addresses to him and in places where there were no magistrates the people met and chose delegates to draw up addresses in the tone and spirit of that from Inverness which we have Given in another column. Al Aberdeen the chancellors patience seems to have been put to a rather severe trial. He was obliged to speak when presented with the free do of the City in answer to the address from the society of advocates in answer to an address from the Marischal College and University of Aberdeen in answer to an address from the incorporation besides speaking to the crowd from the window of his hotel and then a few times at the dinner Given to him in the county towards the end of this dinner the keeper of the Kin conscience must have become a Little Over excited a to judge from the conclusion of the report. A the lord Chancellor begged to propose a Toast which he thought required no More preface than Good wine As was proverbially said required a Blush. A i beg a said his lordship a to propose wives and sweethearts that is to say the wives of those that have wives and the sweethearts of those that have sweethearts not that i mean that any Man should have both a wife and a sweetheart at the same time cheer3 and laughter lord Brougham then left the room amidst the feud and continued cheers of the certain cure for Albany advertiser states that or. Mccaig of Toronto has Dib Vereil a certain cure # o Quot and pictured scenes which we passed Over had an alluring Charm on their for cholera Viz. Sugar of Lead in doses surface but As it would seem a Lurk of from live to Twenty grains in solution -ib------1 _ a a ing Poison within that spread a gloom about our Encampment whenever we pitched it. We sometimes Rode from Day 1� Day without a tree to Shade us from the burning rays of a tropical Sun Ora breath of wind to regale us or cheer our hearts and with Mouths continue wit i water. It is stated to a Chicago paper that one Hundred and eighty vessels have arrived at that place since the opening of the navigation. Two years ago says the same paper a dozen vessels would have been considered a Large number in

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