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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 17 June 1846

JnMcitm State 0cntwcl. S 12.11 I-1V JEKK LV. ETEBMAL VIGILANCE Ii TUE PRICE OF LIBERTY. IXIHAXAl'OLIS JUIYE 17, 1SIC. Democratic IVoiHiiiulioiis. For Governor, jam es lriiiTcom it. For Lieutenant Governor , I A KI S C I IJ X I IX. Our Tei in. & rfhe foil winc will hereafter be the permanent terms of tlio HYcVy Indiana Stale Sentinel: ß-Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year js'J.OO Three copies, do 5.00 Five copies do 8.00 Ten copies, do 15.00 Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, .20,00 Scmi-Wcckly, (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy 1.00 j Three copies 10.00 To Correspondents. A.D.D., Ladnc. Capt. It. lias arranged the difficulty almut J. M. H.'s paper. It ill be sent one ye tr from date to It. (., JrÄenfmAy. The Tar itr. Wc publish in another column a letter from Judge Wick, in which he states the position of the Tariff" question in Congress. This, as well as every other matter depending on legislation, seems to be of se...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 17 June 1846

CLOTHING, JAMKS 15 ILL, M E R C II A V r TA I L O R , A 2, Pümrr Uoüie. V:i91iln?tH Stifccf. lnli:iM5ipolis. HOOTS AXD SHOES TlIErubsciilef,nt the Datto Hat awSmh Store,! receivir:; front Hie 111 iiuif icturria Ins spring op; y of ginuls, and vil cooitiioe id rec ire UirougtMiiit the season attc'i work as v ill etiahh him at all tunes 1 1 lave on ha 11 4 a general assortment of v.irii kinds and fashions, sui Iii? for ihr present and approaching srtsons, t.?-tfi-r with many stle.- ol Iil4ahit ."tMif Ihhuwii manufacture, wlm ii Will cnn ine rsotti leg nee ami durability, an I of course cheap, hy ay vt comjietiu n. Amon: those already 11 hand mat be found the following, viz. F-ir Hie Lartips. Ftnw's best colrm-d kid and toon cn Slipper 5 Shaw's he, black kid and iit4.rrrco Slipps-r ; Shats'a beut blick kid French Ties; B'ack l.-Ming Htlf Lnter; Black Buskin C ulers Fancy colored Half Gaiter ; I.i-ht sp'in; heeled Walking Euskin ; erneuern anil Frere'i Ties; -ring hrrWi.l in r.:co Ties ...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 18 June 1846

Our Terms. ' . The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the WeeHy Luliana Stale Sentinel: Cr Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one jean 2.00 Three copies, do 5.00 Fire copies, do 8.00 Ten copies, do 15.00 Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Scmi-Wcekly. (rubushed three times a week during the session.) One copy 1.00 I Three copies A1U.IM - ' ' J AW -msva . fwbbuv III We bar numerous application to lead oar paper on credit. We . desire to accommodate our friend as much as possible; but our rule of advance pay me nta is imperative. Were we to break through . k Air a few, we should have no reason for not doing k for alt. The assistance of a friend in the neighborhood, k seems to us, wight be ootajnen to advance the small sum of two dollars. Dr. 8., AllMooville, Thaaks for twenty fire new subscribers. C. D., Nobleeville. The same to you, sir. for a list of twenty two. A- Trisbie's Mills. Tour XX. for twenty subscribers comes ader the same...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 18 June 1846

55, Mr. Benton's Oregon Speech In Smile, Mat 2), 1346. JIr. Bescton ruse and addresed tie Senate as fol lovs: In resuming my speech on this subject, I wish to say, 31 r. President, that the bill nut before the Sen ate is not the one recommended by the President of the United States. He recommended that the sover eignty and jurisdiction of the United States be. exten ded to our Oregon territory to the same extent that Great Britain bad extended her sovereignty and juris diction to the Mine country. In thi recommenda tion I fully concur ; and 1 venture to say, tLat if ucli a bill was brought in, it might pass the Senate (Iear inj oat unnecessary speeches) in as little time as it would require to read it three times by its title. But the Etil before the Senate is not of that character. It goes far beyond the President's recommendation. It proposes many tilings not found in the British act of things implying exclusive jurisdiction and sovereignty on us, and that to an undefined extent o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 18 June 1846

f . 3nbiotm State Sentinel. WLCKLY EDITION. BTCBSAL TIQILAffCE II THE PUCt OT LIIESTT. INDIANAPOLIS, JlLv IS, 1SIG. Democratic Nominations. For Governor, JA?IES WIIITCOITIU. For Lieutenant Governor , PARIS C. DUNNING. Our Terms The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the WeeUy Indiana Slate Sentinel: (-Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year 2.00 Three copies, do 5.00 Five copies, do 8.00 Ten copies, do 15.00 Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Seml-WeeUlyv (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy 8 00 I Three copies 810.00 Xo Correspondents. A. D. B., LadofL Capl X. bat aninpU Um Hffieuij about J. M. B.'t paper. It will b cent on year lrom lala I B. C, HrKuUtukf. The TarilT. We publish in another column a letter from Judge Wick, in which he states the position of the Tariff question ia Congress. This, as well as every other matter depending on legislation, seems to be of se condary interest at present, in conse...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 18 June 1846

Cu)cntn-?fiutl) Congress. In Senats. Monday, June 1, 1310. Speech or CJcn. Cass, (WITH SB. BEXTOX'S KE.OIXDER.) On the bill to provide for the protection of American citizens in the Oregon territory. (Concluded from our last J The honorable Senator acknowledges the receipt, in a letter from 'Mr. Kennedy, of an extract from tl.e journal of the English House of Common9 in 1711, showing that commissaries were appointed for settling I the trade between Lowland and x ranee, and lie de duces from that entry the conclusion that commissa ries were probably appointed at the game time to rarrv into effect the tenth article of the treaty of Utrecht, which relates to limits. There is no necis sxty to make this a matter of deduction. We have better evidence on the subject to which 1 have before referred, and to which I will refer again. It is the - statement of Father Charlevoix, the celebrated trav eller, and historian cf the French settlements in America, who was sent to this continent by the ...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 20 June 1846

ive wet kly i neitn.ii4, liiere hem no p ier piihllshed III said '1'ljMon INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TUE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF TUE STATE (gj-OJice on Wirrnis Street, Xorlh of Washington. Cr. A. & J.T. CHAPMAN. Editor. 07-The State Sentinel will contain a much larger mount of reading nutter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. THE SE.III-WEEKEY EIMTIOX Is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and dur ing the session of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursday?,' and Saturdays, at Four Vol ar s; year, payable always in advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Thursday, at 'Vico Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. 1 in advance will pay for six months. jsö will pay for three copies one year. Persons remitting ÄlO in advance, free of post age, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one 1 year. J will pay lor six months. 1 win always oc charged f r the Tri-Weekly, and oil cents for the Weekly, during the Legislat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 20 June 1846

yTiucnty-Kintl) Congress.' IIr. IlciitonN Oregon Ftjircch. Ja Staate, May 'S), H Continued from our last. Tlie ship Tonquin, carrying the maritime part of the expedition, arrived at the mouth of the Columbia Mnrrli J'Hh, 111. The approach to the coast re vealed nothing but lofty range of mountain?, white w ith snow, through a gap of which Hu; great rivet of the West cntcrl the sa. The wrnther was liad the night dark two boats had been mrn rutted no! pihdsliodit, or btly vet the captain (a rash man vhi afterwards blew up I.N ship at X.irjtkn) entered """ r'aitiin- Lewis and Clarke lud fdlowrd In P",and wintei ; I wimei ; r uncer- , which taie the 'c.iri.d f r ihn i'urp e on t(e binks nf th- Miscurr Our laintv wj n bani-btil ! the neaiinnf the rano Liiuird mar a little quay wh;ch we had luilt to facilitate i:il 'airg of our eel. I he fl ii; winch inN ranoe w a- ! Iw Ilii'ish fia ; and her new ami tit. ted to only nine ' leison in all. A man, quite Well d rd,an l u ho appeared t j c mr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 20 June 1846

Ja. Griffi. C. I). Meriy. C Wiu. Thema. J. M. Iludleion. T. S Stan he Id. Jnbtana State Sentinel. si:.ui-wkek.l.y. CTCIXAL VIOILAfCCE If Til E PRICE OF LIBERTY. INDIANAPOLIS J UM: !20, 1SIC. Democratic Xouiiiititioiis For Governor, JA?IKS W 11 1 X C O PI II . For Lieutenant Governor, Paris c. nuNNiise. Mr. Marshall's Circular. The Indiana Journal asks as a matter of justice to Mr. Marshall, that thotc pipers which may have co pied the Beck with article in the Lagrange Democrat jhould publish his circular, and says that although they may wish to beat hin) for Governor, they cannot desire to rob him of his good name at the same time. Very well fair play is a jewel. Suppose the whig papers that nbused (Jov. Whitcomb for pardoning the Rev. Mr. WeinzccpJlcin, who was clearly innocent, hould set the example of restoring to both of those The Oregon Houmlai ). On the subject of the offer recently made by the feitest from l lie Army. The Union copies the following from the New Or- liritish ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 20 June 1846

DRY GOODS. .Moiti: Axi) Kiiw spuiag STOKF AM) A FW GOODS. II. .1. Ac It. '. Horn it w VTV. itt iw it .-.l an I art- now oi-enmir a' the room a U 1 or.MM.if I bv Carle. n Brother, nearly ..piite the Odd V Fti- low V Hall, a Urge and completer assortment of UirU Sjrii! riz : Ta rn Lr.it Hat. Leghorn. N.njlitan an 1 Straw Bonnets, (new style) Brush. uuj Silk ll.it, Umbrellas, Paia-el. (.'.!, (." Wf ft ml Yrslln Of every sty 1-, m ike aal fin Uli, of rich, new ml bo nutifnl pattern, 'r lidi,x W'fiir. rrineit Lax n and R irrge, Lamn Robes, pt int., of every 1-cri-tmn, (Jitigb.'ms, Pun net, Cap and .Neck Uihl-ons, Ciaxat, Dnss II kf... Shawl. lilots an 1 Mills, llc.t.l Di', Bonnet Tabs, Sna-vl Pin. Collars, Chainby I ..n;'h..nis. Jackonett, Plaid I : m -br.-, Hwi-ü MuH, Hook do.. Bishop Law u, Sic, :. .l o. Grocer ic-. Boots an I Shu., Ilirdwuc, N-.il and Cotton .o n - t. Mit tie matter shot t. tin- !. iftxxls an.l the best bat guin if to le had at Morn-. f.r cash or j o.luc. Indianapolis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 24 June 1846

NomiirnN via .;'.iui..-ArtiM 1 u.u..), 1 ..u... pill.lli Mie on nn ll'" " " i"--i ,-. mt, In Uir l.li-l.oMilddi r. Triiiu : t'l.rtl.ll.t ImhI I w 11 ; foe II1I11I In i.nr )er,Ml 11 ihr d .v 1 f aale. I'm 'hrr ..1 aul.u For any tw nor the Ifeviews, l'ir any Ihre of Urn llrviews, I'.-r all f.Mir nf Ilm llrviews, 'ir lllirkwiMHl'a Miitfa .lue, For Wat kvvood and the four Itevmwa, Iir. Uli IrMWneil iN n larin ol one iinnnir.i mm 'e ir., n-.-, INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TUE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF TUE STATE QjOjTtce on Illinois Street, Xorth of Washington. G. A. k J. CHAPMAN, Editors. Oy-Tlic State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. Tlin SG.1II-UTCKLY KDITIOX Is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and dur ing the session of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thr.r?dayi?, and Saturdays, at Four Dvl rars a year, nayable always in advance. Tili: WniJRLY EDITION Is published every...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 24 June 1846

JnMcma State Sentinel. SE.UMVEEKLY. ETEB.1AL VI0ILA5CE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY. IDIAXArOUS J17Ä13 SM, 181G. Democratic IVoiiiiiiutions. For Governor, j a?u:s lv 11 1 t c o ?i u . for Lieutenant Governor , PARIS C. l)lIXC Gov. Wliitcocib The iTIiulisou Bank unci !Vcuinci8. A short time since, it will be recollected, that the Madison Branch Dank through a letter (addressed to Gov. Whitcomb by the Cashier,) offered to allow him to draw on it for $10,000, to aid in clothing and subsisting the volunteers for the Mexican war. The Madison Courier is quoted by the Banner ns paying, in relation to the offer, "if we are correctly informed, the bank wished to hold the Governor responsible, on the refusal of the State Legislature and hi General Government, to meet the demand.' The Banner thereupon remarks, ve find on inquiry, that the Branch Bank, in the offer made to the Governor, did not propose to hold him individually responsible, and that no conditions, as stated in the Courier, were im po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 24 June 1846

4icn. Scott and tlic Toiuiitnii! of Hie Army The ncwjjnpcM (observes the FhilaüVlpliia Leuker,) have hren making a jjreat noise nbuut (Sen. Scott, and cciiHurin the) (lovornment because it did not Mend him to take eoinrnnnd of the army in its op erations noraitiHt Mexico. We paid very Utile atten tion to the various statements published, as they did not appear to ret on better nuthority than the more opinions of the partisan letter-writers in that city. We have now the official correspondence between the Secretary of War and (Jen. Sjott upon the subject. Vyix this it plainly appears that the President was lUtcrmincd, from the commencement of the war, to Rive the comrr.and to den. Scott. The Secretary of War cheerfully agreed to the selection. Gen. Scott was called into consultation with them, to devise the best plan fjr conducting the campaign. It was deci ded that he should repair, as soon as possible, to the camp. Gen. Scott, in a letter dated the i-'lst ult., ascribes the impatie...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 24 June 1846

ä. DRY GOODS. MEW STOItE AND NEW c;oods. SPUING II. .1. A' D. Horn TT TT ATE just receive J sol are now opening al the mom Trlr 1111 ocupiel by CarlcUm Sc Brother, nearly opposite the Odd Ftl low' IUI!, a large auJ complete aortm n. of llu'h Syrinx (i'Mfh, viz : Pa'm Leal Hat. Leghorn, Neapolitan aa I Straw Bnncts, (new etyle) Brush, Couy and Silk H ts, L'mlnlhi, f'ara-oi. t'!oth. i'itiui rr and 'rstinr$ Of every sty I", nnk' and fiaidi, of rich, new an ! beautiful pat'ern. f'"r Istd'os Y or. rriii'f ! L.vvn an 1 Barrgc. Lama Ro!c. print of every descrip tion. Gingham, Bonnet, Cap and Neck Rihri, Oavats, Dr.ss lllkf-.. Suawl. (Jlov.-s tat l Mr.ts. Head Dre-e. Bonnet Tab, Sü-iwl riii, Collir, Charnhv Ginghams, Ja'knctt, I'Unl Cain tri -. Saii Mull, iJ.H.k do., Bishop Lawn, ice, tec. AIo, Groceries. Boots an I Shoes, llirJv3M Nail an 1 Cotton Y'u -to rut the ma't.r shi t. the let .""d an 1 the l""t baigaiii. a.- to be hl at Horns' fr cah tr p. o.luce. Julian ajoli, AM ?, y . ruiTsii g...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 25 June 1846

To Correspondents. X. C, Morjiatowa, Yoart or tbe lib, containing the cask for tweaty-twa mw subscribers, u duly received, for which we retora oer thanks. B. C, Bono. Yours of the 13th, wai also receiveJ, and tbe papers forwarded. Thank. Pa aaany aw aoteeriben are coming in, who deaira not ic-s of the reception of their kind fetters, vbat we roust say to them all, that -the receptioa of tbe paper by tbem is all the notice they want, it being proof that we have received them. We say keep loa ban tolling. 'Stop the blood from running! 0""Gov. Whitcomb, in his stt mp speeches, boasts a great deal about reducing tlie State expendi tures 23 ,1KK) dollars per annum. Why docs he'not at the same time enumerate the items of retrench ment! Why not tell the people that in matin? such an estimate he contrasts the present expenditures with those which were incurred at the time a revision of the laws took place V1 . . r ..... 1 f The above is an extract from the Indiana Journal of the 17th. The e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 25 June 1846

3nMana Btntc gcntutcl. ' WCCI&Lir EDITION. CTKBHAL TietLAHCK IITHt fBICC OP UlCKTti IXDl.4IVAr01.lS. JVSK J-1, IS 16. WT " Dcmocrnllc 2Voini.iat.Oiis. For Governor, JANES WIllTCOJIUi For Lieutenant Cotemtn,' PAU1S J. i( Cor. Whilcomb The Madison" Ban! nnd Iewpmi . A short time since, it will be recollected,' that tlie Madison Branch Bank through a letter (addressed tp Got. Whitcomb by the Cashier,) üfTertd . to' allow him to draw on it for $l0,CU0,to aid iVcloilnng and ubsUting the volunteers for the Mexicaif"ivar. The Madison Courier is quoted by the Banner as raying, in relation to the offer; "if we are correctly informed, the bank wished to hold the Governor responsibleon the refusaror State Legislature ind th- General Government, to - meet t!ie demand. The Bonner thereupon remarks, 'wc-find oti inquiry, that .the Branch Bank, inhe offer rna Je to, the Governor, did t rot propose to hold him indiyidiiaUr responsible, and that no renditions, as stated in the. Courier, were im ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 25 June 1846

3 Gen Scott nnd the Commind of the A rm j. The newspaper (observes the Philadelphia Ledger,) hare been making a great noise about Gen. Scott, and censuring the Government because it did not send bim to take command of the army in its op erations ajainst Mexico. We paid very Utile atten tion to the various statements published, as they did not appear to rest oa better authority than the mere opinions of the partisan letter-writers in that city. We have itjw the official correspondence between the Secretary of War and Gen. Soott upon the subject. Yrotn this it plainly appears that the President was letermined, from the commencement of thewr,to jive the cotnxand to Gen. Scott. The Secretary of i '" War cheerfully agreed to the selection. Gen. Scott waa called into consultation with them, to devise the best plan far conducting the campaign. It was deci ded that he should repair, as soon as possible, to the camp. Gen. Scott, in a letter dated the 21st ult., ascribes the impatience of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 25 June 1846

55. Mr. nrnton' Oregon Fpccf Ii. In Senate, May &, 145. Continued from our hit. The ship Tonnuin, carrying the maritime part of th3 expedition, arrived at the mouth of the Columbia March 23:h, 1311. The approach to the coast re vealed notliinjr hut lufty ranges of mountain, vt hite with snow, through a gap cf which the great river of the West entered the sea. The weather was bad the night dark two boats had been swamped no pilot, li'ht. or buoy ret the captain (a rash man who afterward blew up hi ship at Noolka) entered , afely, and anchored at midnight in a commodious harbor. On the VZAi of April, after examining both sides of the bay for the best situation, a fite was chosen on the south aide, about four or five lea jties from the sea, and the foundation of Astoria begun a name in itself the badje of American title. On the 15.h of July, the young Astoria received an important visit, which in Urns described : M AM wis ready it the d y appointed, (for an expedition to the interi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 27 June 1846

the ua.lcrsi-ned. W XI. .M r il,K. jrreat ilol trmplo of .Montr-zuma, öfters r?tun,hl me saw nun an i zusi nun kuu ue.i betvern the. I um of tt?n o'clork. n. in ,and In .i;y: 3 INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TUE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF TUE STATE (fc7l)ic on Illinois Mrect, Sörth of Washington. G. A. & .I.T.CIIAI'MAN, Editors. Q7"Thc State Sentinel will contain a much larger tiibmnt of reading matter, on all sulycets of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. the si:in-wa:i:KiA'TiiTio Is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and dur ing the session of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursday?, and Saturd y, at Four Dol ors a year, payable always in advance. Tin: wkkiü.y edition Is published every Thur-ulay, at Two Dollars a year, always It bj paid in advance. Jsl in advance will pay for six months. jjfu will pay for three copies one year. Persons remitting $10 in advance, free of post ago, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. $J will pay fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 27 June 1846

Jnuicuta State Sentinel. SCMI-WEEKIYi'. CTCISAL V1CILAÜCE 19 THE PRICE OF LIBERTY. INDIANAPOLIS JUXE '2?, 1SIG. Democratic IVbiiiinatioiis. For Governor, J A .11 CS W II 1 T COIU. For L'eutenant Governor, PARIS C . D II t i IXC. Our Term. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Wte!y Indian Stale Sentinel: CO"Paymenta to be made always in advance. One copy, one year 2.00 Three copies, do '-W Five copies, do -00 Ten copies, do 10.00 Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Scmi-WorUly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy $1.00 Three copies $10.0" To Correspondents. J. R. S., Huntington. Jlnl to hear tnnu you, sin.l e-peeially "that yi will be a We lo prMure mme subscribers" ; nJ more rsjwcialljr " that our humble sheet is bee uininj more popular " amoiig Ihe hoble ni h.inty democnejr ot the north. In relation to the mails, tve eait mail wir pajer on TWajr, tlie same tliy that the Journal nmilij but t( huuld then disappoint hun...

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