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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 January 1847

I - I A A L. KG I S L AT UK C R"porlcdfor tt Stale Sentinel. iS EX ATE. Satprdat, Januar 16, 1S47. The Senate met. Mr Hjwers move! to tike up the till for changing the time of hulJin the prsbate courts iii Ripley ounty ; read a tb.ii J lime and passed. Mr Read injveJ to take op the veto of the bill in relation to the debt of the Wabash College ; which was taken up. A point of order was raided by Mr Osborn as to whether the vetj was rut constitutionally beyond the act'un of the Senate, on account of its not bein returned within 5 day. The President decided the Message to be faitly iu ihe hands of the Senate, an 1 was no.v at their disposal to be acted oa as they may deem proper. The Message was read when Mr. Beatd offered the fallowin resolution, in substance: That the Constitution provides that if a bill is not returned by the Governor within five days, it becomes a law without his sijfnatuie. That the bill in relation tu the Wabash Collce was not returned within that time thit it h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 January 1847

IXUI.lXArOMS JA.W 10, 1S47. To Correspondents. E. S., Rxne. Tour cm I ha SStb all. was received on the. 1-kh lnC V cannot furnish the Tfl tvetkly u you desire, tlie back numher being eihaurtad. Tb session ia atso a neat the do-. Hcaiul'jira us w bat to do Kit Ute iMar. ujnm you try the Weekly six month? II. S., Cotunr bus. That '-engmvinj" d e not amount to tnur.li, being only a u canal pn.ft'e." We don't know what will be done In lite prrniisea, but will " keep our eye on you. Why dout you "Uktltc papers? n Constitution!! ICcforiu. Allliouh it seems to be decided, that no convention sall be called at present, to revise the constitution of this State, we yet foci deposed to call public attention to some reforms, which we regard as desirable. Our views of the representative character of the Judi ciary department, have been given in a previous article. That this representative character may be effectually maintained, and it responsibilities prope'ly enforced, wd conceive that principl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 January 1847

I MM A A LEGISLATURE. Reported for the Stale Sentinel. SENATE. Tcisdat Moaxisa, Jan. 19, 1847. Mr. Marth, of the committee of arrangement in reference lo the death of the Jlon. Abraham Cuppy, late Senator, made the following report : ORDER OF ARRANGEMENTS, For Ike Funeral of th 110.Y. .1BR.1IIAM CUPPY, deceased, late a member of th Senate, from the counties of Elkhart, Kosciusko and H'hitley. The Member and Oriicers of the Senate will meet in their Chamber at 10 o'clock thi morning. The Members and officer of the House of Representslive will meet in the Hall at the same hoar. ORDER OF PROCESSION. The Reverend Clergy. P-ll Bearers. CORPSE. Pall Bearers. Th ie Representatives from the Senatorial district composed of the counties of Elkhart, Kosciusko na v Dttley, as mourners. Governor. Committee of Arrangements. President and Secretary ol the Senate. Members and Officer of tho Senate. ' Lpeaxer and Clerk of the House of Representatives. Members and Officers of the House of Representat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 January 1847

ArTr.a.fuo sr.-nos. L-vf ivtn Mr Moroni to introduce a bill attaching the ervniv ot R-tt lo (lie ibiilt-ciith juilicul ciicu.it. Lrv svrn Mi lieuy of M. to iutiuduce a bill for the reiii-f. K-icliel Blair; ta-sed. Aa act o lUm pioceeding in Tippecanoe county; Uji given Mr Barbour t lepoit a j iot resolution refilled to the cm nittee a fY-deial lelations, up n the jVct uf the glutei (ion uf manuf'Ctuirf j laid on be table. A bill for I he itlitf of the Wbie Water Valley Coal t.'mi.ai v i p-ed A Mil aiienda'oiy of the thiitietb chapter if the Revised t .tnte ol IS13 ; pal. 1 be bill uiL'liinit-tl to the act to proride for the pay Vrirnt l (he funJe.i debt of ibe Stale wn taken uaud made the special otdt r cf the d iy. Air CtHlrriow wiihdiew his proposed amcDdrritrsti Mi Ycibiike then ufleed ait amendment t .!cp'td Mi GooJeiio'.v Iben offered au ameudmeul to Ibe ninth ifciioii. Mr Oboin then proposed to amend the amendment by an amendment t ne whole bill. The amtudiieDt consisted of tw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 January 1847

3nfti(ma State Sentinel weekly Eiimoy. ITCR.1AL T1CILA5CE IS THE PRICE OF LIBE1TT. IUlAI,OI.IS, JA!V. 28, 1S47. Our Terms. The follow inj will hereafter be the permanent terms olthe Weekly Indiana Slate Sentinel: vfcPayiuents to bo made always in advance. One conv. one vrar. .... ä'2.00 Three couies. one vcar 00 i Five Copies, one year, 8.00 Ten copies one year 15.00 Twenty copies, one year, directed to'one person, 20.00 t Semi-lVcckly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, 1.00 Three copies, $10.00 One copy during the session, 1.00 Three or more copies, each 7.") . l - - - -1 i - .. 11 mr COThe new Butler bill, as amended, passed the Senate yesterday noon, by a vote of 21 to 19. Had the Senate been full, as at the beginning of the ees. eion, the result might have been different. Some singular reasons are given for the sudden absence of Mr. Conner, who, up to the time of Iiis departure, had strongly opposed the bill. The reasons for the absence of other Senato...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 January 1847

Supreme Judge. Yesterday, at" I before 12 o'clock, the Governor tot to the Senate the came of Thomas L. Smith of New Albany, to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Bench. The nomination was rejected by a vote cf 22 to 2G two democrats, Messrs. Barbour and Stewart, voting with the whig in the negative. Mr. Tatcr was absent on account of sickness. We very much regret til result; because Mr. Smith is one of the most high-minded, honorable and intelligent men with whom it has been our good fortune to meet in Indiana fr many yrnrs. His equanimity of temperament as well as his diversified knowledge 'la general litcfature, politics, and business, as well as law, peculiarly fit him for an able, impar tial and judicious exercise of the duties pertaining to' the Bench cf the Supreme Court. Eut regrets we suppose are useless. At least it would seem so in regard to the action of the present Legislature, on this or any other subject. We hope the time will sometime come, when the people will take iut...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 February 1847

JggiArOLIS, JA. 30, 1817. To Correspondents. 8. Shannon, Vaa Bore, Artc-Yonn of tbe SOÜI Dec. 1818, was recmedJia.lTtMSrc. Tbe fund. .re pmpy appropriated: and U"lnTklndnl lurk "..,. . ... 'you hall fcarefb "fiieos" faster Uta got 1 'tin. Afljonrnmeut. The two Houses of the General Assembly adjourned sine die, on Thursday morning last at half past 9 o'clock. In the Senate, we understand that but six members were present at the time, to wit: Messrs. Eerrj of Monroe, Hardin, Marsh, Farks. Rockhill, and Stewart Mr. Taber was too ill to be present, and Mr. Barbour Lad left for the same reason. Ia tho House, . there were present about a dozen members. Probably near half the laws of the sessiou have passed 6ince Monday last, and from that time to the adjournment, there had not been a quorum present, except when Mr. Taber was taken out of his room, contrary to the advice of his physician, to make up what passed for a q jorum, viz : 33 members, so as to squeeze through the Sutler bill. This...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 February 1847

T1IK NEW BUTLER BILL An Act "Act to provide fr the funded Supp'fM'nlary to un iLhl of the Hille liUima, and Jr tit cmpulion tif the Wabajh and Erie Cmal to EtunsnUe. Approve I Jji ury YJlh, 1316. Sectio I. D it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indiana. Aud ill hereby declared, in virtue and exercise of lit option reserved to the Siale by ihe Ji sec lion of Um said act, th.it the outstanding bonds ot the Stale shall be sunendered by the holders thereof, and a new issue made in exchange therefor, of two certificates to be respectively signed au 1 sealed, and otherwise verified by or on beliiif of the Sj ale. a pro ided for in lha second section of the said act. Luch such certificate to bo for an equal mjictyi f lha principal money secured by the bond or bonds, tor which the same shall be exchanged, and to bear interest at and afu-r the rate of live per centum per annum, as provided by the thirty-second section of said act ; such interest to be computed frotn the first d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 February 1847

See. 23. The lands selected far the completion of the Wabash and Erie caaal ret of Tippecanoe river, and aim the land selected for the completion of the canal east of Tippecanoe, which were cla.si5.ed before the u-ne were offered for iate,iha!l be re-appiaiscd in manner fjllowin: The trustee elected or appointed by this act. shall select and appoint one discreet citizen of this Stale, and the Governor ball also select and app .intone of like qualification, so J the two thus elecied and appointed shall chuose one oiher person of like qualification, who chill constitute a board of appraisers, who or a mij iiiy of whom shall be authorized to re-appiaUe said lands which appraisers hall be so selected or appointed 01 or before the fust day of August next ; and before soeh appiaisers shall enter npon the discharge of their duties they shall ech take and suhicribe an oath or atBimi- tuo fat hfullv and iupaitially lo discharge their duties as such appraiseis; and i and it shall be V duty of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 February 1847

IXDIAA LEGISLATURE. llrporled fur t.'ie Stale Sentinel. SENATE. TctiDii Moasixa, Jin. 20,1847. Th S-nnte met. Tit Su;e di Lt bill being returned from the House, whence it had been returned, the question 11 ordered 10 be tdkeii on the concurrence of the Senate with the amendment of the House. On the question being ut upon concurring in an amendment, it was found ihnl no quotum wai present. A rail of the Zenite w.s tlien ordrrtd. Leave given Mr. Dili to introduce a resolution, Ihnt the name of the n'osentets be recorded on the journal, wIikIi was aJrpted. fllr. Clements then offered a resolution that the FresiAn J tlie Erst amendment of the Ilnuse to the bill was concurred in, as also in the second amendment. The question then was on receding (rum ihe amend ment of the Senate attaching the Central canal to the bill, which wn tlu n taken, and the Senate receded, by a vote of area 25, noea Ö. A bill reviving an art esuhlishirif, the Ml. Carmel rind New Albany r.til road ton-pany; pruned...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 February 1847

l. DIANA FPUS, FEH. Ö, 1847. To Correspondents. W. A. H.. Conaertrille. The Democratic State Central Committer u atill In exütenca. Capt Job Ci.t is Chairman, to whom letter may be adJrwied. A Xovel Movement. Ex-Governor Slade, of Vermont, visited this city, during the past week, as the agent of an association at Cincinnati for the promotion of national education in the west, in our common schools. This association, we learn, is composed of different denominations, and is expected to co-operate with associations at the east, by the importation of well qualified female teachers. There are, in the eastern States, according to the census of 1310, an excess of females over males above the age of twenty, of upwards of twenty thousand, and in Massachusetts there are 2,555 male and 4,977 female teachers the average monthly wa ges of the former $31 71, and of the latter 13 15. This, ia the minds of many, is an all-powerful arcu mcnt in favor of well qualified female teachers. The plan of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 February 1847

3nMntta gtntc Sentinel, WEEKLY EDITION. ETtBWAL TIGILAUCI I THI FBICC or LiarBTY. IXUlAX.tl'OMS, ri:il. II, 1847. Our Terms. The follow ing will hereafter be the p trmanenl Uxms tf the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: CO-Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, i i . . ; . . . ; 2.00 Three copies, one year, . 1 1 . . 5.co ) Fire copies, one year, H.OO 1 Ten copies, one year, ;..; 13.0(1 f the diocese. Scml-lVcckly . (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, . . . . $ 1.00 Three copies, $10.00 One copy during the session, 1.00 Three or more copies, each 7." 1 I I U - M. . The Laws, Journals, Ac. ireqCerit inquiry is made as tu " what time the Improvements In Indianapolis. Since a former notice of improvements in our city, we have others then not remarked upon, cd occbrrin g since. - Among the first of those now called to mind, we would name the fact that the Catholic Eishrip, (now a resident of Vincennes) has purchased valuable property to considera...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 February 1847

nr AUTHORITY. 7 att tSv 'AT .9 - - ..a Iii" of the V nitcil States,, passed at the second session of the Twenty-ninth Congress. PCBLIC NO. 1. AN ACT fi the idmwl.m of the Suite of Iowa Into Ihe Ualon. Whereas the preple or the Territory of Iowa did, on the eighteenth day of May, anno Domini eighteen hundred and fortj-six, by convention of delegates called and asembled for that purpose, form fir themselves a constitutioa and State governmentwhich constitution i republican in its character and feature and said convention bai akel admission of the said Territory into the Union at a State, on an equal foot in? with the original States n obedience to "An act for the admission of the Slate of Iowa and Florida into the Union," approred March third, eighteen hundred and foiiy-fite, and "An act to define the boundaries of the State of Iowa, and to repeal so much of the act of the third of March, one thousand eight hundred and forty-fire, as relates to the boundaries of Iowa,' which said last...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 February 1847

Speech of Jttr. Kenton In, vindication of the President for Kating proposed the creation qf iZe rjjxce ff Lieutenant (Jeneral. I tue U. 3. Ssxate, Ja. 25, 1947. Mr. EENTON asked the indulgence of the Senate to make an exposition of the. circumstances under which tlio President had proposed the appointment of a lieutenant general tu command the army in Mexico, and with which appointment Lis name had become connected. It had been iutimated. he said, on the fljor of the Sonate hypothetical!, to be sure, but , not the less intelligibly and forcibly on that account luai mere mirM De an ulterior and covert desi"Q in the proposition nothing less than a design on the part of the Tresident to appoint hi successor. The Senator from North Carolina, Air. Badges, in his speech on the lieutenant general bill had indulged in that hypothesis; and as no supposition could be more unfounded, or more injurious to the President or to the public service, or could descend from a higher source ; and as Le ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 February 1847

IXDIANAPOLIS, FED. 13, 1847.. OurTcruH. Our subscription list not having been increased to the extent that we supposed it would have been, by the reduction of the terms we proposed some eighteen months since ; and in consequence, the dulling proving a loss to os, caused us a few weeks since to withdraw the " dollar list." We did intend to 'stick to it" till the close of tho volume ; but like the frogs in the fable, while it is sport for our subscribing friends, i "it is death to us." Belog modest enough to believe "a thing is worth what it will bring," we have concluded to still furnish the paper at our present publish' ed term, at least during the current volume. Then, should the good people of the State, for whom we labor, and for whom we intend hereafter to devote more of O'lx energies and time, if possible, be pleased to exert themselves to help us, we will "give them the old chance, make or break. And we will add that if our present subscribers will each obtain two new ones, we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 February 1847

ffnMana Stale ffmtiniL AVCEIiXY . EDITION. tTCSHAL VICILA5CE IS THK ICE OF LIBEBTY. iymA3fArons rc. is, . Our Tcrnls. Theio'Iowing w,ll hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Slate Sentinel: Payments to bo made always in advance. Oae copy, one year, . $2.00 Three copies, one var, i 5X0 Five copies, one year. 8.00 , Ten copies, one year, 15.00 Semi -Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, .... ; ... 5 1.00 Three copies, jJIO.CO Dne copy during the session, 1.00 Three or more copies, each ;.... 75 , . To Correspondents 'A. S. A., tlorgantown. W cannot comply with your rcqu'tt, ti you m.ll perceire by a notice in the U-t wcek'y. We came near . not getting your letter, the pottage being unpaid. A. J-, Cclumbai. We know of none at tkii tin. In (act, left is probably said on the subject now than at any former period. We occasionally think we tee Jttt " sticking; out," but not sutflciently . plain to make a letter on the subject. Hare had a bite...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 February 1847

Ill AUTHORITY. !K a4 Laws of the United States, passed at the second session of Hie Twcuty-iilnih congress. f Public No. 5.T . . AN ACT to pro Me Tor Um establishment of" additional post route la Be it enact et by tht Senate and House of Representatives of tht United Statu of America in Congress assembled That ne following additional post-routes be established ia the State of Texas Fton Sabine city, via. Beaumont, Jasper L. Norrell's, and J. Kendrick's, to San Augustine. From Lyon Pott Office, ia Louisiana, via, Salem and Fatillos, to Beaumont. From Aleiandri, in Louisiana, y'u Bun'i Frrry, on the Sabine river, and the county ute of Newton, to Jasper. From XacogJocb.es, via couotjr ait of Aogeliaa, to count site of Tjler. From Sabine town, ria Pendleton and Hamilton, to She byville. From Crocket to Palestine. From Shelbyrille, via Henderson, to the couqIj site of amita. Fiora Shelbyrille, via Colonel Ii. C. A.hton's, Logansport, and McMillen's, to Pulaski. From Greenwood, Louisiana,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 February 1847

linns or J-icxican sens. and made prisoners, were given up by the TJexicans and acut oa board the Princeton on the Ith ult. A vessel slipped into Alvarado durin the month of December, aud disposed of her carju fur about $W,A fcttall Spanish vessel rail into Vera Cruz ca the '. morning of 'he iXib ult., with an assorted carjj from Havana. Gen. La Vega arrived at Pu?Lla oa the 22J ult., and at the capi'.al on the 23th. He is called 44 the illustrious prisoner of La Resaca," and is bailed almost as a conqueror. Thiä is honorable. The General's representations as to the Uüited States were greedily swallowed. He spoke of the very burdensome nature of the war to the United States, and encouraged hopes uf peace on this ground. He advocated the policy of retnainintr eteady upon the defensive, and thus prolonging the embarrassments of the United States. Gomez Farias was sworn in as actiog President durin; Santa Anna's absence from the Capital, which the Mexican papers say will be until the Y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 February 1847

IXDIAXAPOLIS, FED. 2Q. 184T brief outline or the State Debt Bill of IS IG. By the provisions of the Stale debt bill of 1348, the holders of our bonds were required to surrender them to the State, for which the State undertook to issue certificates of stock, which should be redeemable after twenty vcara at th d1iiim r t. KtEach certificate was toset forth: 1st, the amount of ujo pnncipai oi tue bond surrendered: 2d, the amount or back interest computed at the rate of two and a half per cent, per annum, from January 1, 1841, to January 1, 1947: 3d, that the State would pay interest from the State Treasury upon the principal in the certificate, from January 1, 1347, to January 1, 1S53, at the rate of two per cent, per annum : 4th, that on the day last specified, the two and a half per cent, back interest specified in the certificate, and one half of one per cent, on the principal in the certificate from January 1, 1947, to January 1, 1333, should be funded (that is, added to the princi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 February 1847

J ffniUQtttt Blatt SiftUncL WEEKLY CD IT fl OX. tTtAL VIGIL 4!Ctt IS TUB ffcIC OF LIltKTT l.m.4IAlOLlS, IT EH. '25, 1847. mt mm n i 11 n i , . , i, i . . Oiir Terra. Tbe folio trig will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekty Indiana State Sentinel: 07rymebts to be made always in advance. Odo copy, one year, $2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 Five copte, one year, 8.00 Ten copies, one year, 15.00 Semi -Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, $1-00 Three copies, sjlO.lXJ One copy during the session, r 1.00 J hrre or more copies, each 75 , To Correspondents. T. Nan, Dresden, in We owe roq arotoey for not sooner far. warding your paper. THo letter u carelessly misplaced and M remained unattended la near three week. With I he utmost attention, we cannot sometimes avoid error. Brother C. Terra Haute Know of bo wit of accommodating, yon at present. A good cbauce mxy abort! occur, when depend on oa. Brother MoHtor, Cincinnati Thoss two MM.V bait mat Ma r...

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