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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 August 1847

The news that we tltia day putlili establishes two things, viz: That the news so eagerly circulated by the Journal iu an extra, was all humbug, as we distinctly pronounced it. -J. That the people, and especially our amttrnporaries, when they want real news, and we are in pos-csion of it, they shall always have it, and that in good season. We never have, and never will, issue extras, on rumors, without some concurrent evidence. And we boldly assert, that the Zitate Sentinel, for tarty and correct intelligence, has not, and shall not, b surpassed The character of , the paper is too dear to us, to sacrifice it in euch attempts to be Mnart. Telegraphic Despatches for the Ohio Stat smart. l)llJltTA.T riKOJI MKXIX'O. Gen. Scott at Puthta on the 30.4 of July To march immediately on the arrical of lien. Pierce Fight vitk (iuerrilasA big fight on hand, or Santa Anna is a coward. Richmond, August 14, 1317. Editor Ohio Statesman The steamer Fashion arrived at New Orleans from Vera Cruz, which ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 August 1847

Fror the Bjitoa Daiy Adtertlter Jy 15. Mississippi ami Atlantic ll;iilro:i1. We have iepe;itedly adverted to tlie v&nMM prjected routes f Railroad and Meam communication between the Atlar.tic coast and the Mississippi valley, some of them extending to the AiitiFippi river ielf. One of liiere is by way of the Western, and New York Railroads. Lake Erie, the central .Michipan Railroad, hading frotn Detroit to !St. Joseph or (Jliienjro, and a Railroad thence to Galena or some other point on tlic Mississippi. Another consists in part of a divergence from the above line, at Buffalo, by a Railroad extending along the south shore of Lake Erie to Toledo, and thence through the northern part of Ohio and Indiana to Chicago. A third route proposed consists of & further divergence from the Ijt mentioned line at some point on tiie south shore of Lake Erie, and extending" through the Slate of Ohi, and thence through Indiai.a from Richmond to Terre Haute, aud thence through ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 August 1847

IXMIASAPOLIS, AUGUST 21, 11. The Disgrace will Slick: A new Look of 5GI pages, in every way respectable in outward appearance, Las recently been published in Cincinnati, under the imposing title of "History of Mexico; her Civil Wars, and Colonial and Revolutionary Annals, from the period of the Spanish COnflUeSt. l.J-t). to thp nrPSPnt timo mi7- inrln.tinrr an account of the War wilk the United States, its Causes and Military Achievements. By Philip Young, M. D. A copy of this book is in our State Library. "We have not even glanced over the former portion of it, but we have had the curiosity to examine cursorily that part which pretends to give a history of the events of the present war; and we pronounce it the veriest catch-penny chp-trap, alike disgraceful tu author and publishers. Without specifying other instances of injustice, imperfection and falsehood, we content our'selves with the following' extract from the account given of the battle of Euena Vista, at page 451-2: Reorgan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 August 1847

3nftiaim State Scntiucl. wTciiiA' i:inio:7 trtim T(-.ILA!CC I THE fllCt Of LI I OTT. Our Tcnii. The r;.l,owmrr w.l! hereafter be the rmanii terms ; Of tl.'J 11 t'f V'V 1.1 ll'ina State Srrttirte': ' ' ' 71 ayiiit.n's to be made; always in advance. One "L V, one v ar, : - . . . . I Tiiree c; e, one year. 5.00 Five cojn..y, one year. 8.IH Ten copies, one vear. io.00 Twenty copies, one year, 20. DO fecini-Weckly. (Published tiiree times a week durinj the session ) One copy, $1.0 I Tiiree copies, 10.00 One copy during the session, 1-iHi Three or more copies, each llouuty I.iuuls for Volunteers. The undersigned has received the form end specific infractions from Wtihtntoit Citr, for procuring the Land Warrants or rcrip foe Vuluutoers entitled to the name: and having printed form, he is eaaUed to attend to the same ou short notice, and at a lorn- fee. GEORGE A. CHAPMAN, Sentinel Office. Kail load Jlcetin;;. There will he a meeting held at the Court House in thi ci'y on rillD.-lY, Al'GTST ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 August 1847

9 From the Washington Union, August 16. The indiscreet attack of the IVeiv York Courier si utt X'iiitiirr iinon (Lieu. Scott. lite New York Courier and Enquirer lias long professed and, far aujrht we know, still professes to be the fast and zealous friend of General Scott ; just as it prufcsed lo be the firm and ardent supporter of General Jackson up to the time when it received from the Ilank of the United States its too famous loon of S"j2,IUU. Ve therefore invite the attention of the Whig press generally, and of the friends or General cott in particular, to therecent coue pursued by that journal towards that distinguished officer, while far from home in the sservice of his country ou a foreign battle-field. On the Oth iust., just after the Courier had finished its remarkable discussion of the misunderstanding between General Scott and Mr. Trist, there appeared in its columns an editorial article in relation to Gen. Scott's discharge of the volunteers in his army after the battle ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 August 1847

From the Cincinnati Gazelle, August 13. '1 he Trade ol Indiana. Who is to have the trade of the central regions of Indiana ! What city in the West is to receive the agricultural surplus of the Wabash Valley, ami the tier of fertile counties lying between it aii(i Iii'Jiiijjpoli., anJ send back in exchange its dry goods its gnveries, its iron, its salt, and its 6inall inanufar. lures! I Cincinnati to he the recipient of the ; benefits which this trad" will confer ! or is LotusvilU-, or St. Louis, or gome eastern city ! f. r :.. r it i well understood, is waking from a Ion eloep. and talking ul pushing a railroad into Illinois and across it till the Wabash Valley be opened to the Capital and enterprise of her citizens. Louisville, slow to be aromed, but energetic when once fairly on her feet, only wants a little intre urging to induce her to take advantage of an existing charter for a road to t ike the .M id ..ort and Indianapolis tra:k at a judicious point, and thus (secure the trade...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 September 1847

IIMA:N WOLIS, Al tlSX 2S, 1S47. , To Correspondent. E. M.,Franklin. Cant Male the term fur any one. To Postmasteks. As we jet frequently receive letters under the olJ regulation, 5-19, drawing on the r. M. here for money deposited in other o3kes for subscribers, we would request all such postmasters to read chapter 34 of their new instructions, which repeals said regulation, 549, authorizing persons to subscribe for newspapers, by depositing the money with postmasters, i.e. Slid order went into eff.-ct from and after the first of July last. 03" A paragraph appeared in our semi-weekly of K 0-..1 l l i v i . . . . the Jth. Mast ednesdriv which rnnrliwVfl thiia "Suppose our county had taken the Railroad stock proposed some three years since! At this time, scarcely one cent would need to be collected for all county purposes. Let us not be so short-sighted again." It is very seldom that any editorial paragraph appears in this paper, in the sentiments of which its editors do not coincide ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 September 1847

3nöina State ScntiucL AV i: Ii LY 1J2ITi0 trrns l tioilcf. is the rater, or libfrtt. YiiilA..4IMM, Mll'T. a, is IT. Our TV r ill. x he following wilt hereafter be the j ermattest terms of the Wtflfy Inli.ina Stute Sen line.': jr-Payments to)e made always in advance. V)iie coy, "ne year, " 2.06 TlirwtStpies, one year, 5.00 Fite 'Copies-, one yar, 3.00 Ten rop'ns, one year, 15.00 Vsvcnty copies, one year. 20.00 Seml-YVr, kly. '(Published three tunes a we-k during the session ) One cupv. Al.l'O I Three conies. 10.00 One copy daring the session, Three r more copies, each l.W 75 Iloiiuty I. anils Tor Volimf err. Th a'ii'e'siTf'l ha received the formmn'l peeifir instruction, from Wa-hiruton City, for procuring the Lanl Warrants or ?crip for Volunteer cntitl. d to the same; and having printed fo'rns.W' ij enil.lej to atten J to the lamr on liort no'tcr, ami at a lew fee GEORGE A. CHAPMAN, To ( oritpoiiileiil!. S. V. C, HnmiliiHi. We tin e ii.te an armngrmrrrt by hich we tbink yon v ill rrc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 September 1847

General Taylor. From the X. Y. Evening Putt, Aug. 17. The subjoined communication cumes, we believe, from a correspondent who has before written for this paper, and who always writes intelligently. We have not compared his statements with the documents to which he refers, so as to verify his assertions, and are not, therefore, responsible for them. It is very proper, however, since General TayloT is proposed A a candidal for the Presidency, that his claims to the office should be freely examined and discussed. GENERAL TAYLOR. The adniration now ptjfessed for ibis gentleman ty northern whi$. and their desire to elevate him to the chief Wtiaitacy of the Republic, atTud a striking illustration of the ineon.istei.cy of human na me, and of the wide gulf ,hich o frequently epirates party policy fiom moral principle. The northern whi; have most emphatically given in their adhesion t the Wilnaot PiovUo, and jet they are laboring to place in the executive tbair a man who is now upported at t...

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

ThE Mexican R.iudj.aioxtade. The IVayiine give- a tran-lateJ ex I rati from El lltanLirle de C'.'iiluicaits, pub.Ulied ün Louis PotoM. The following extract may 8t-rve ad a BuÄcient jH'cinien of i's extra Yao-anz. : t4 '.-.. .1... w' . - . - r c i r-.- .: t r r rt int; ciair vi oan l.uis i n;nji ; t iru uer wortliy authorities, her deserving trilizeiM ! Lei lirf honest lame, let tlie glorious rennwu sliw lias acquired in the (resent epoch he inipeiislmbln ! Slav Sau Lui I'olosi renin n tire 4a ii J f tumor riiiI of nnirioiisui ; and may her l.iftre never kin withered by mi act of iiilamy unworthy I iff brave penp-!e a people chivalrous and iruly Jlexi- ! tjj' can ! 'On Monday last the honorable Congress of Iii Stute j approved I he law which vvts subjoin tu this article, and at X'i tlii tame lime look mt consideration the presentation in the hoh'irnli! iiiuiik ipnlity of this capital the report which we, ali insert below." "War without ft truce, war without censin, until our territo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 September 1847

It 6 To Correi4iileiit. "D." You are really to be pitied, poor fellow ! Wliy dUlnt you end u your name, and pay Uncle Sam Li two t e nts 1 As we have it to pay, we w.ll see tiiat "Miss M. R doetnl break kr heart Lila you aie "over the tea and lar iwij," muk that! Wanted Three copies of No. 87, Semi-weekly Sentinel, for which 23 cents each copy will be paid. Hunt 'em up! Dagcereeotyies. Why don't our citizen?, desirous of good Lkcnesses, singly and in groups, execu ted in beautiful style by the Daguerrain process, give our old trieLd, Dr. Mcnsell, a call ! He is now well i prepared to accommodate all, and we risk nothing in saying that he is in no way inferior to the IranUins ' t , , 3 " operators. Indeed, he surpasses any who have been here, in our humble opinion; and we think it is no tnnr. t? n I,,.. i. .1... .l:M.w .X lr,ita to .riio ...... JH04 ...c ..u..v. .-. fa.. one of our own citizens the preference. The Doctor will be happy to receive calls, and will give satisfaction or n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 September 1847

3nDinna 5lQtc Sentinel. V;iTcIiLY i;imiio. ETC!f SL VIGILA!CE IS THE PtICE 0 LI Br TT. SIM 1 UNU.IS, SCI'T. J, I-S4T. Our Ter in. The following will hereafter be tlte permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Stfrte Sentinel? OCT" Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, 2.00 Three copies, one year, ......... 5.00 Five copie?, one ypar, ....... 9. (Kl Ten copies, one yer ......,.., 15.00 Twenty copies, one year, - 20.00 Semi-Meekly. (Published three times a week during the session ) One copy, 4.(H) Three copies, 10.00 One copy durin the session, 1.00 Three or more copies, each 73 Routitjr liit u ils for Volunteers. The undersigned has received the forms and specific instruction! from Waxhinston City, for procuring the Land Warrant or t'crip tot Volunteer! entitled to the same ; and having printed forms, be is eaaMed to attend tu the samt on short notice, and at a low fee. GEORGE A. CHAPMAN, Aprat.iTtci s Wibiid We tili take two more apprentices, If an plicata I made pu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 September 1847

From the X. 0. Bee of Aug. 23. Important from YiicaMn. insurrection of In linns in Yucatan II )rrib!c Slauk ter of the Yhite Inhabitants Appeal to the liihabi tnnla of Gwttema'a to asu.sl the Mexicans. Tl muuc" puiufiifss ci uie cauors i ux ralria, we ne been favored with a pnxf-!icet or t!ie inter estingr items which thev have receiv-prl bv the m-hnn, er Primera Carnpechaua, arrived yesttrday afternoon iiuiii vainpeaciiy. j. appears mal an insurrection had broken out moD the Indians at Yucatan, the object of which Was to slaughter all the white inhabitants of that country. Lut the plot was fortunately discovered in time, although a number of inhabitants have bcn massacred in several villages. All the white and mulatto men, together with the women and children of Tepic, were murdered by the incuans. Urse of their chiefs, Antonio Ay, was taken prisoner and executed. They declared that the plot had been organized for about 17 years. The parly question which had existed between the Yuc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 September 1847

ritOH Tili: SCAT Or WAU. I i Throujh the Telegraphic despatches to t!.e Cincinnati papers we have da tea from Puclla to tlie Gtli of, An,t. ami from T.i.n.,o and llrazri to the 14th I and 13t!i. We extract from the Chronicle's tacrv. SUU1" Oer. Scott took up hin line of march, for the city cf Mexicn, on the G.h. The several divisions of the army would march as f'lloMs: liens. Twijrjrs on the 7th, (jiiitman on the f W.rth on the Ulli, and riilow on the 10th. Col. Cliildd remains to command the troops at Pui-bla. (Jen. Ptarce arrived at Puebla on the Gth, without losing a man, notwithstanding his recent battle with the cueriiias. Major Gaines and Midshipman Rogers effected their escape fn m the city of .Mexico, and arrived safely at Gen Scott's headquarters. The train which left Vera Cruz on the 16.h inst., was attacked by theuerilUj, and a battle was fought t!0 miles from the city, in whicli the Americans came o'J victorious, and the enemy was completely routed. The correspondent of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 September 1847

To Correspondent. J. II., Spencer. Will endeavor to correct the difficulty if we eta find out where it ii. A. B.. Bloomingtoa. Will write you In day or two. Ttink we shall want him. (fcj-TIiose indebted to us, by note especially, who prefer to Bettle with us instead of "somebody else," would do as well to attend to it goon. We have 'waited patiently" much too Ion. Railroad Celebration. We understand the cars will reach this city on the 25th instant. What is to be done in the way of a jollification ! Who takes the matter in hand first Let us have something done, and let us begin now. Who will make the first plan ! Go ahead, and wake the snakes ! Our New llegim'cnr. Major A. F. Morrison, commissary of subsistence has just received orders from Washington, to do duty with the new regiment of Indiana volunteers now being organized under the command of Col. J. II. Lane. Major Morrison is directed to accompany them to Vera Cruz, and to report to Gen. Scott, which indicates clearly that Col...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 September 1847

ffiitiiaua State gciUiud. UCCKLY IIIilIO. trrtL VICILAÜCE IS THE MtlCt OF LIBT.KTY. Our Tt rnb. The f.iüow inj will hereafter Ikj the permanent terms of the Wet My In liana State Sentinel: fjT-Paytncnts to be made always in advance. One opy, one year,- '2 00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 Five ci'pic, one year, 8.00 Ten cop'n-s, one year. 15.00 Twenty copies, one year, 0.00 Semt'V'ckly. (Published three times a week during the session ) One opy, ft 1.00 Three copies, SI 0.00 One cdpy during the session, 1.1 W Three or more copies, each to Ret. Henry W. Brecher. The Brookvillo Arne rican of Sep. 3d, lias a very illiberal paragraph, to use the nnst charitable expression, relative to the remittal of Mr. Dächer tu the east. Tiie editor says: "Thin eloquent divine, and pastor of the 2d Presbyterian Church at Indianapolis, has resigned his charge of said church, and intend removing east. We presume in; goes to Brooklyn, where he has a call bucked by a salary of $2,500 or $3,000 per year. It...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 September 1847

. . mm ' .1 ,1 Correspondence of R. J) Oicen. Annexation and the War. . (No. 3.) Alnms anl Jirl.son considered desirable. IZi"ht to , iwi.uu:i uestrauir. Ji.l!int lO fl'iwx. Mexican threats, and former conduct. A v m .. a " England had arted as .Mexico, instant war would hate enswd. Our moderation to Mexico, because of htr weakness. lLr demand could not be granted. Clamorers for peace protract the tear. Questions for the peace parti to ansicer. Was Texas a desirable and valuable acquisition la the United Slates' not lo the S.uiri, nut as mere lenitoiy whence tj ca.; ve slave states but to (be whole Union R.'fiM 4bmYAti.til ha' inA a . V, . . ... ft denied; not even questioned. Our able! tatemen, without ditii:ciion of 1 any, evinced by deeds, tuoie foicible tbaa wids Ueir eti iae of its value. ; J.-hn Qnncj Adams, an Eastern man and no friend of slavery, was one of these. While Piendent. m 1327, he nßVred Mexico one million f iUU, f.,r i,h ,h. tou idur of the Rio Giande ai d ihe Pue...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 September 1847

lriiat is llic Xcws! TbU question is asked of us liuurlv. The Tost o.Uce h crowded on tlie arrivals of the Southern and Eastern mails, and anxiety depicted on every face, to lean if it hrins news frotn'tlie army any tliinjj from -'cotl or Taylor. All is suspense. We p.r editor- are as niucii, if not worse bothered, than any j body elfc. It bocomps almost an annoyance. Hailed from every .t re, workshop, and other place of busi- nrss, it is almoet impossible to gt alon our main! thoroughfares. In the absence of any thing authentic, 1 we give the following, from the Telegraphic de-j pitches of the Columbus Statesman and the Cincinnati piper, premising that the rumort arts universally doubted. Richmaxp, Va., Sept. 6, 9, P. M. The mail this evening bring Mew Orleans papers of the 3)th. The schooner Mississippi arrived on the evening of the iMth, bruising' Vera Crux dat m to the 21st Aug., at which place news ha been received that General Scott's advanced guard arrived at .Ayolta, miles f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 September 1847

To Correspondent. H. E., Was: in jtun. All ri-ht, and auggestioni good. do A ui thin. Ju.ie. Will J- B., VV al intoi.. You will be waited on "tribe." ahortly I y the D. G. M.. Ttrre Haute. Will be ir you in mind, hould rn occa ion oJer wou. The complement it full just at present. New Stores. We would call the attention of our frien ds to the advertisements of Kellogg fc Davidsox, j who have just opened a large and splendid assortment i ot stove?, hardware, cutlery, &,c. Also, to those of Seatox &. Holma.v, dry goods dealers. lliesc are new stores, with a fiesh and excellent assortment of .seasonable goods, which are offered at low prices. 0jr friends should look now to those who advertise liberally. Those are the stores where the best bargains are invariably to be found. Generally, those who are too light to advertise, are tight enough in a bargain. It is natural. The A'cws. The important matters this day published obviates the necessity of comment or specula...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 September 1847

3niWUM State Scntiucl. trE-.!, TICILACe IS TH PtICE Or LIEEftTY. i Vi tVTV tro-Lis, sT:i'r. lsi-y. Our TeVnis. Thcf.l tow in j will hereafter be the permanent terms tf the Wekt In liana Sltte Sentinel: ßp Pay meat's to be made always in advance. "One copy, one year, '.,2 0' Three cop.es, one year, ". . .."i.00 Five ct 'pics', one y;ar, ' ...). 00 Ten ropus, one year. . '. lö.OÜ Twenty copies, one year. .20.00 Scnii-Wt-ekly. (Published three times a week during the session ) rne copy, -.$1.110 j Three copies,- -$10.00 One "copy during the s"4iion, '' l.t'O Turee nr more copies, each 10 Rtiiiity- Is for Volunteers. The nii li;jnej has received the formxand specific instructions from Wjfhtnton City, for procuring the Land Warrants or S'cr'.p for V'olifitfomcntitl. J tu iRe aitie: and having printed form, he ia mailed to attend to tfte saVh? on hört notier, ami at a low fee. GEORGE A. CHAPMAN, To CorrcopoiMliMit. E. W., nedlord. We Vh'-i-t decline the ptiHicatioit of your eommiinie.ttio...

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