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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 1 November 1855

I - w iPjJnjiUllj i INDIANA llationnl kJiLJl i 1L Jil M IlJiLJq Irninmitir to tljc Pinion anb Cruc Interests of ountrn. J. C. WAI.KKB, EDIT01U 11'1;1!LISI1W KVKIIY TJIUHSOAY MORNIXIf AT TWO DOLLARS A Yl-Al!. W. W. CoTiWI, PLT.I.1S1IEB. VOL.OIE XV. Ift'lMAiVAE'Or.IS, IXDIAXA, THURSDAY 5IOKIVIIVG, NOVBMSJER . 1, 1S55. NUMBER 24.. Ulcchltj Sentinel. ihki. kvkuy tutksoay mop.mnu ox a MAMMOTH MIEtT, AT TWO lOI,l-ARS I'HIt YHAK, I.WAKI AUI.Y l- AUVAM'K ICT A.Mr. r..t i ai.1, WAI.KKR A tOTTOM, J. W. WALKER, Proprietor. V 4 WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCT. 23, l:;r3. A New Scciet Society. An intelligent' correspondent of the Ohio Sf ataman says: iVe hear of a new secret s-x-icty being formed in the northern part of Ohio, composed of Negroes and Abolitionists. It is named the "Universal Suffrage League Association." lis design is to operate on the ensuing Alolitiont Legislature, to procure the jo-ssage of measures endowing negroo with the rights of holding office ai:d voting. It is under the peculiar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 1 November 1855

IDcchli) gcntinclMONDAY MORNING, OCT. 29, The Convention. Tho last Bushvillo Jacksonian produces a lengthy and able argument in favor of the Eighth of January next us the time at which the Convention of the Democratic iirty of the SUte of Indiana should be he! J. The cumber of the Jacksouiaii recived at this office has been carried away and, as a consequence, we are unable to lay the document ia question before our readers.' We will say, however, that many of our cotemporaries of the press aro of the opinion we have expressed, that the earlier our Convention is held the better it will lw for our principles and our party. The Democracy of this State have won, in the late contest, a most glorious victory, a victory of truth over emir, of justice over in iquity, of calm dispassionate reasou over fanatic bigotry and the witcheries of priestcraft. We have much to be proud of ; for the Hack bauncr of abolitionism and the dark pall of the Know Nothing order, which hist year floated iu triu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 1 November 1855

WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT. 31. 1355. The Record of K. IT. Infamy. e bee the foil wim; article heaJea "The Tuslon Policy for Tifty-Slx. Iu rjvicwios tho history of the parties hich Iiato controlled tho i-oUtics of our Country, anJ the polic y cf our GoTernmcnt, since its inception, tho stuJent u forcibly impressed with the renisrkable fact that those factions which, combined or isolated, have opposed tho Democracy, have been prostrated by defeat, whereas a triumph over the Democratic rrty has only strengthened, the bonJj that hold its devotees together and infused through the public mind a greater interest in the principles of the people. The Old Federal Party came into power under the leal of the elder Aiums upon principles sub- TersiTe oi iue ixQ3iuuinm ana lae exercise of those personal right which a true Amer lean sentiment vindicates as inherent in all who rightfully claim the protection of our fla and a co-operation in our public affairs. The Alien and Sedition Law, which re quire...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 1 November 1855

FRIDAY HORNING. OCT. 2C, 18o5. The Danger of Oreat Majorities. The iast hitory of the various parties, which from time to time have arrayed themselves in ortiositiori to the sreat, a"d mow. only National party the Democratic proves that their temporary victories, were always followed by certain defeat and the sure destr action of the party. When we seek for the causes we will find that there was no bond of union aruonj their adherents based upon great principles, bnt rather a combina tion for the sake of the spoils. And when the time for action came, division crept into the family and disorder and confusion en- smed. producing the results before mentioned We need not go further back than the pre ced'iDg year, nor out of Indiana, to find illus trations of the fact that "a home divided agiinst iU2lf cannot stand." The Democratic party had had the misfortune to contain in its membership numlers of those "Swiss soldiers" who only battle for the party which pays them best, and when, afte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 8 November 1855

f 1 - WEEK V A I IN STAT x H I; M AL ilL l ii a A 0 iWtonnl democratic ilctospjjcr gkuotcu to Inion anb Cruc Interests of ountri). J. G. WALKEK, -EDITOR. I'UBUSHKD EVERY THURSDAY .MORNING AT TWO DOLLAHS A YE AIL " lUefkli) Sentinel. MTBt-IJUKn EVERY TUrUsPaT MMiXTNO OS A MAMMOTH lHEET, AT two dollars vi:n year, iXYARIAEI.Y IX APVASiK Ejf A.l.ur-s Po-a-pahl, WALKER & CoTTOM, In.lijtrm jxli-, ItJ. S. 6. WALKER Proprietor. THURSDAY MORNING. NOV. 1, It55. f r Texan Troubles with the Indians. Our Southern exchanges furnish us with detailed accounts of some of the difficulties the border settlers of Texas are c impelled to contend with. Vrora what we gather, it ap pears that the outrages of tho Indians hare been so great, and so frequent, as to drive Governor Peask to the necessity of calling oat a company of volunteers, to assist tho United Statss troops in punishing the miranding parties who infest the regions bordering on Mexico. The Indians, emboldened by the impunity with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 8 November 1855

WtM gentol UtUclirtoll.oCoamuUoa att niarlaercilrig to IU lai jlank hen llie niit toil the tciuoesl close around blm." MONDAY MORNING, NOV. 5, 1835. Correction. By accident we credited an article, an extract from which wo commented on at some length incur Saturday's issue, to the Boono County Pioneer, instead of to the Boone Conntv lger. The production rommei. ted upon wan Fit- j bnsine;Mof theotlici, cand, Keuisteu of the LANuOmcE. We called in upon Mr. James Talbott, Register of th Land Office for thi3 State, a few days aince.and were quite astonished at the amount of business which has accumulated in his offico since the discontinuance of the Land Offices at Jeffersonville, Vincennes, and Winneiuac. We found Mr. T. peifectly ovcrwhelmcd with the dut.es of his office. It is evident to in that he has more labor to perform in the discharge of his duties than any one man can perform, and quite as much as two efficient men, well aojiuinted with the We think that ia snWur.cc P.v.d t he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 8 November 1855

WEDNESDAY MORM'. NOV. 7, 1Po5. Democratic State Convention. The Democratic State Central Committee hao issue! tha following call for a Statu Convention on the 8lh of Januaiy next. The Democratic itl'ss of luii:na will plcaso copy : DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVEN TION. The Democratic State Convention will as- scmllo at the State- lloiuc, in InJianalis, Ou Tuesday, the 8th of January next, at 9 o'clock, A. M. It will not Ins a mass meeting, but a meeting of delegates from the several counties f-r the purpose of nominating canli dates for the following dikes, to-wit: Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of Su, Auditor, Treasurer, Sinvrintcmlaiit of Public Instruction, Clerk and Ueiorter for the Supreme Court. Alio, a Democratic Stat Electoral Ticket and four Delegates from the State at large to the Democratic National Convention. The duty of tletcrniining how the Congressional Delegates shall be appointed, will also devolve on the Convention. The State Central Committee have not the power...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 8 November 1855

jftttintl.1 SATURDAY MORNING. NOV. 3. 1835. The Tiue Issue. There in no ilovtld at this time, but that the ! arrroacliin3 caiiipain of lS.j-i will 1h one of ; Te.it interest to the people, of the West; one that will control tho destiny of this glorious i Union. The Issue will W, shall shivery become X;iti'..ViUe!, and become :i fixed f.iet in our Union, or shall it lo Sectional, an. I the lima honored compact the Missouri Compromise he restored. A a matter of course, a party holding on to the time honored principles of Jciierxoii, Cl.iv and Welster, a the present liepnbliean party of our State at this lime does, we have taken the jrround for the restoration of the .Missouri Compromise, tim shall sustain the osit;.on advocated ly Henry Clay in island '21, in the House of Kepreentaties of the I'nited States. Jtwne Count j J'ioiieer. The article of which the above ex tract U a part disolavs a few peculiarities, to - i on or two of which we will ;i vc a moment's not;ce. In the firt plac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 15 November 1855

o WEEKLY INDIANA STATE SENTINEL Inttonnl gciuoxrutic Cel3a)jcr glcuofcir to Union ant) toe 'Interests of te donntrn. J. C. WALKER, EMT01L1 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT TWO DOLLARS A YEAR. LC. W. CUTTO.M, HJBIJSHKR. VOIilTiHE XV. lilIAiA I'OI.ilS, INDIANA, ": THURSDAY;' MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1855. lUccliii) Sentinel. rUBUSHKU KVr.KY THLTWDAY MOKSIVU OS A MAMMOTH SHKKT, AT TWO IKI,1,AUS Villi YKAIl, I.WAKIAHLY l-N AUVANl'K JTp Add res., PiHiJ. WALKER & COTTOM, In.liumioli, I nil. J. C. WALKKK, Proprietor. THURSDAY MORNING. "NOV. 8, 1855. Democratic Convention Marion Co. A Convention of the Democrats of Marion County, for tho purpose of appointing Delegates to tho State Convention of the Sth of January next, will be held at tbe Court House in Indianapolis, on Ritunlay, tJielst tliy of lXxtnu'-cr next, at 2 o'clock. P. 31. The several townships are requested to appoint an J send forward their Delegates to said Convention, in iho usual manner. By order of tho County Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 15 November 1855

IDeekhj Sentinel "lelosr!.njrt(Uic('oii!.Ututiii m ttie niarUfrcilnjrs U the last Ut.k t lien lh ni:ht iit tiio teinv't clo:e around Inui." ... HON DAY MORNING, NOV. U. ISjj. (rTha Editor of the Sentinel, though crawlingaroundinan effort at attending to ihity, has during all of the past week been quite ill. As a consequence, a great many nutters requiring attention have aocumula ted on his tulle accumulated s astonishingly thut he Lad Tuther attempt the iegeof auother JUlakoflf than open an attack ou the mass of Matter with which he is now frightened. If, therefore, our brethren of the press have concluded that any of their lllU of V laiue have been passed cavalierly by ns, they will now see the cause, and can pacify Psyche" with a reason. Trouble witb Great Britain. A corresjondeut of the New York Herald, writing from Washington, of date November 7tl, juts: Mr Clayton's celebrated Central American treaty has gone by the board at UL M r. Marry ha Vocelwtl despatches from our Legatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 15 November 1855

Pffclij iate ieniiiul. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 1 1, Democratic State Convention. The Democratic State Central Committee have issued tho following call for a State Convention oa tho 8th of January next. Tho Democratic rre of Indiana will lase copy : DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. The Democratic State Convention will as.11 . . 1 IT t . l : 1- scuiuie as me ocaie nouse, ia iimianpou., oa Tuesil.y, the 8th of January next, at 0 o'clock, A. M. It will not be a mass meeting, but a meeting of delegates frotu the several counties, fur the purpose of nominating candidates for tho following offices, to-wit: Governor, LL Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor, Treasurer, Superintendant of Public Instruction, Clerk, lleporter for the Supreme Court and AtL General. Also, a Democratic State Electoral Ticket and four Delegates from the State at large to the Democratic National Convention. The duty of determin ing how the Congressional Delegates shall be appointed, will also devolve on the Convention....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 15 November 1855

Conscientious Obliquity. We crc accustomed to regard conscience as tie true and only test on thoso questions to which no solution is giten by inspiration or revelation. It U the common medium throu-h which are transmitted the ray of nature's liht on unsettled theories of moral ity, and for the deciphering of iudbtinct codes of moral obligation. Cut we are fretiueutly at fault in determining not only its province, bnt a legitimacy Li a sphere pecu liar!) iU own, where its sway can own no su- erior authority. Thure may le an obscara tfon of that lilit of nature, by reason of the imperfection of the medium; the circumstan ce.H of iust or presrut time may prevent the pure arid clear illumination of the jutti of duty, which, thus darkened, may bo lost or forsaken. -Moral obliquity may thiw follow directly from clopo adherence to the dictates of conscience, ignorant of its deviation from the guiding iole star of the spiritual uni verse, presumes tu lead the miud on its diffi cult and dang...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 6 December 1855

v m . J 1 , ! Xi I - 1 'A . .-- - ..... v ::. - :: M'.7U A A r A A ILL -U- nnifn g"jl"Tl'"' E en Jo ! Intan aift toe Interests of Cmmtrij. ' - . A ' -T- VI) DOLLARS A YEAl'uJ ritoritiETOKS. XIVING, DEGEMBEK , 1855. NUMBER 20. i x - -I'HUHSOAY MORNl-TG.NOV.ta. ficel!,.;.: : J- tilly; for :: .t-fa' .rtj'uutiin t,o-extt-n'svv tLj country... editor of the ATltiiv will have tit IvneSt of LU literary VjK.TieQre.au J, with irif.n'itely greater fAciliti"-, - f - - km.; , 0 V 1 V- i.u:! :a..t tL- not ouljti jL-;t;.,a Lat actual uUmI a yoU whick, iinitaJ, would have carried the Tecnt ektcion. Oa account of the local diiferencea, the vote wa divided and Insulted ia defeat, whef, if they had aiQ uown a coda o! tuicij.Mes, compre- heosive as the rights and intensU of a great nation require, they would Lave tuet and mingled un it, aud succ., only equaled by the tnumjhant victory of '52, must inevItaUy have endued. It is true that thero, an elsewhere, the rant of fnaticum,fanned by political ficks...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 6 December 1855

-' St tttinel. t- im rliuir to too Constitution the marlr cllogs to the laM pUuk wttua Uw ntgtil itoi tho tempest close arouiul tiiu." TUESDAY MORNING. DEC. 4, 1S55. A Word to our Readers. The readers of the Sentinel have perused the graceful valedictory with which our predecessor, Col. John C. Walker, tetired from the editorial control of thu paper. Since the first of March Col. W. bad presided over the columnjcf the Sentinel with high credit to himself arj.l great advantage to the cause to which it is devoted. Fortunate will his successors be if tJtey also shall retire at some future period with so enviable a reputation and with so much of good will and esteem. lu assuming the osition of conductor of the Sentinel, we are not unconscious of the responsibilities we take upon oui selves, but we hope to be able to meet them in a becoming manner. Question of the highest importance and fraught with the greatest consequences are being agitated, and this agitation U destined to become mor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 6 December 1855

skkW8 WEDNESDAY MORNING. D: George S. Park, of Par-iviue. . Tli3 S Louis Democrat coDUins the following a.!Jre from Georgo S. Park, Eaq., to the citizens of Ptrktillo and vicinity. Our readers will remember that some months since Mr. Park's printing office wu dos- - troyeJ, hia press thrown icto the river, and himself compelled to leave the town. lie baa since returned to hU former home, where upon a meeting of the ultra pro-slavery men of Platte county, was held and resolution parsed inviting Mr. P. to leave Parkville within a certain time, intimating that if he did not Jo so, force would be resorted to to ... . - ... compel him. A connter meeting was held at Parkville, at which resolutions were adopc- . ed inviting Mr. Park to remain and pledg ing themselves to protect him from violence. Iu resj-onse to the proceedings of this last meeting Mr. Park haa iisued tho following address: . - - TO T rm?iJS OFARKTIiLEaSDTICISlTir. fVu ivy (':ri:is3: I tni'v grateful f r T- r kn.vl nJ cr.t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 6 December 1855

I (trWondcr if tha Suxe-hora Baml got jaiil for j .laying for the American party at Seynionr? Can any body Ml ? New AlUviy Lei&er, 20'. OTAs we have failed to elicit any light Myon the question asked yesterday, whether the S.xe-liorn Bnd got paid for playing for the Know-Nothing- iQ Seymonr, Jackou Co.. we trim the matter over to the Jackson Court Democrat, and hope it will get the Doctor over in Rock ford to expliin the mat ter. Try it, friend Emeison.-?Wjo Allxiny lelgerl 21 st. Cannot the Irilune, at New Albany, throw some light on this mvsterions subject ? By the wav, we half smpect the Ledger could en lighten it readers "in this connection," and we herebv call npon it for the "documents' in the case. The Democracy in the neighborhood of Seymour are extremely anxiou to hear a solution of tho problem, "Did the Know-Nothings of Seymour pay the New Albauy Saxe-Uorn Band for playing lor them on the 20th of September last?" An swer, II r. J&ljrr. Attorney Qene...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 13 December 1855

w "in icp irir v w JliJjjtijL i " 3" ANA STAT 1 J sent H 1 J Jo H ft'ntionnl Htmocmttc (iBcr tuotcb to tii nioit tuft Cruc Interests of tc (I mmteg. SPANX & XOTdlAN, 1 YOLUMEXV. IDithli) Sentinel. rCBLISIIEU SVF.RV THCnsOAY MORN ISO ON A MAMMOTH SUKKT, AT TWO POI.I.AUS PKll YKAJt, 1VA.11ABLY IS AUYJtXCK PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. .'jT TWO DOLLARS A YEAR. PROPRIETORS. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, THURSDAY ydORiVIiVG, DECEUBEIl Hi, 1S55. NUMBER tfO. TJ AJUrt-,lt-pald,SPAX3 & SORMAX, Indians jkiIis, lad. lie Alluuy Rail Road Matters. 7 The No" Albany papers are filled with discussions on the subject of the intcre t ol the cori'ation iu tho N. A. ami Sandiukj Railroad. We regret to see some criminations and recriminations between the Ledger and tho Tribune on this subject, inasmuch as lxth papers are, ostensibly at least, favorable to ,thu great enterprise, and their dissensions .sn-ty -it".". Lut- '-k-tdeft thtTyjand iiifcW-r-nrrr listed..""" - As the question ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 13 December 1855

IDcAlo Sentinel. INDIANAPOLIS: THURSDAY MORNING, DEO. 13. lt&5. Our Congressional Delegation. Of the twelve members of Congress from Indiana tut three are Democrats Seuator Dright, and Representatives Smith Miller and William II. English, of the First and Second Districts. The position of these gen tlemen will bs p?culiirly arduous during the prese- session of Congress. Upon them -will devolve tho immense labor of corres ponding with their Democratic friends throughout the State and of supplying them with the document, speeches, papers, &c, which are usually sown broadcast throughout the State. May we suggest, therefore, that no unneceitary burdens be thrown on these gentlemen in the shape of business to be transacted before the Departments or of a private nature? All business of that nature will doubtless be cheerfully attended to by the members of Congress fiom the respective districts for their own constituents. Gov. Bright, .v President of the Senate, has...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 13 December 1855

I'llOSPKCTUS OF IHK INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. The umlTrtI l:iving purchased from Messrs. Walker Cottoiu the establishment of thelxKUNA Stvti: StsTisv.L, woul.l respectfully call the attention of the Democracy of Indiana to the necessity an J importance of sustaining, by a libera! ami increased patronage, a Demo cratic paH?r at this central point. - The present time is peculiarly auspicious for the cointnencetaeut of subscriptions. A session of Congress which promises to be one of the most important as -well as the uicwt stormy that Las ever assembled, i now convened at Washington, and its actiou and debates ill be looked for with the niit intense interest. During the coming year. alx, the people ef Iudi:ma will le. called upon to vote f.r President and to elect a Stale ticket, Legislature and CVjgrissim i The canvass promises to be an exciting oue, and the result one of the highest importance to our State and nation. In this canvass the Sixtixfl will, as heretofore, be found buttling ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 13 December 1855

umuij giaiE gtiuiuu. Atbocious -Murder in ew Orleans. AVe have just heard of a most atrocious mttnler, which v:w committed last evening, between the hours t-f H and "J o'clock, at the Marino Hotel, on tho Luvce. between the Market in the Seooiul District. A difliculty ..r-iine,l Utwceu aSiniiii.ir.l OT Sicilian, and a mm sui'pw! tr ati Irishman, whose name we couM it itscert.tin. Tltf wife of the li'.ter came iu, and drew her husband awiv. U anrs however, that he rertrnVd aaJ vreut upstairs Meanwhile, HU wife, aUnneA at hi absence, went back to the houl, and wai tact by some parttei at the door, who informed her that "it was no use, her huoaud was deai." The deceased was sUlbed through the heart, and after hi death, was brought down tUir and thrown into a dark alley-way, where he. was found old and lifeledH. lures r.f l.'.l were found from the. room where aJ ,Mnr .ler a! to the mio. where the niur- .Lr,ri..l hiibodv. Aoouaathe w.t tMveu. the iolice were immediate- lv ,o. the .M.t. a...

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