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

The Game of the Whigs. ! Mexico. What shall we do with Mexieo! ia a Hie whigs are slowly unmaskinj t!io battery which question frequently propounded in the newspapers, tlicy are about to bring into the next Presidential j and as frequently left unanswered. The next intellicampaign. They will, as far as possible, evade the pence from that country will probably answer it, 60 great issues which divide the two parties; most of , far as to show what ought to be done with it to put thein will even evade the Wilmot .Proviso, as btün an end to active warfare whether the Mexicans are calculated to divide their own party in the south and ; willing to make peace, or whether they will steadily west. They will make battle principally upon the refuse to cume to terms, and compel the United States lion annexation of territory to the Union. This doc- ; to the conquest of the whole country. Some of the trine has been broached by the whigs in the south, j objections urged by some of the newspapers ag...

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

sua: of mki; tum laxiis. The following pirres, p. icrN or lot- of !, or so much cf each a may be i eceary will, no Saturday, the eleventh dy of Dctimtwf nexi, between lie h..ui ,f 8 o'clock, A. M. tid 5 o'ct-ck, P. M. at I he Coon II. use door in the low of Indianapolis, be offne.! f..r s-le lo the highest bidder, ihe (jit beii'C iq-ui io ihf munl charral Ir t ihe inte bavins' ts-en tnntgagrd tu IN Maie of 1 diaiM t.itrcuie I.I4II fi in j lbe Sii-king Kumt, and loif.iti-d teiet due tl.etton, t-wn : by non-pi) men l uf (he iuBartholomew County. The n w q- of sec 12. t 10 . r ö r, moitgaged by James Tiradway ; loan, im-iet eic 5U Hill 5.' 1 he d w qr of n w qr of c 25 and Ute e Inlf of w qi f -ec 24 I 9 i G e.also 20 inr bounded as follotv: brC iti(t g at Dir w c-inri o a 24, (heme e lo In e dividing the e and w halve if w qr i. anl mc. Ihi-nre 40 pole tu a stake, theme w ti the ec line of -iil sec. ISenre 40 pole tu die l rr.itii.iti:;, in .anr and it mot Imaged by J..h R. lind, fitt...

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

IPI V.Ml'QLIS, OCTOllEI. 30, IS 17. To Correspondents. H.J. c, Lafayette. Will attend to jour request, ihould we learn any tLing in the premise. Railroad and Common Roads. Having lately travelled over several hundred milea of railroad from West to East and back, coin over many of the most important eastern lines two orjr) three times, and paying some attention to their con-1 1 Sirucuon and management, chiefly for the benefit of." our people at home, our readers will pardon us if we' occasionally jive them our notions on the subject. They may be somewhat bored by the desultory character of our observations ; but as most people dis'ike to read long essays, that dislike must suggest any apology which might otherwise be proper on our part. One fact struck our minds with some force, while stopping a day or two in the interior of Massachusetts along the I.ne of railroad from Springfield to Eoston, and that was, the zeal and industry with which the people were making new common roads leadi...

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

3nüinim State gcntind. vEc:iLY i;iitio.. ETCBKAL TIGILASC: IS TltE PRICE OT LIBERTY. rtJöilxuoLis, xovöiiikic 4, isn. Our Terms. The following w ill hereafter be the permanent terms of the Wttljy Indiana State Sentinel: fJrPayments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, . . . . . .C2.00 Tliree copies, one year, o.(H) Five copies, one year, 8.t0 Ten copies, one year, 15.00 Twenty copies, one year, 0.00 Seml-Wcckly. (Published three times a week during the session ) One copy, xl.UU Three copies, 10.00 One copy during the session, 1.00 Three or more copies, each Messrs Bedient &. Green are agents at Cincinnati for the Indiana State Sentinel. (t-Soe first page Semi-Weekly. Democratic Slat Convention. The democrats of the Slate of Indiana are requested" to appoint delegates to represent them in a Statt' Convention to be held at Indianapolis on the 8th day of January, ISIS, which convention will nominate delegates to the .National Democratic Convention for the nomin...

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

and Prices Ciirrrnt. Apple gteen Apples dried lirtTw a t Feathers Flour per hrl Floor -r sack Corn Wal Mokn-ws X. O. Ii. S. H. do. yiup Pugnr X. o. Lotif lleefper lb. fork per lb. fresh, ihitter per lb. Cheese 20 a .10 GKAlXrnbu.h. Wheal 50 a -2 live Hi a 25 Outs 2-i a 0,1 i;,tr ley SI 00 4 541 I Corn 2 00 a 2 -25 Honey iter lb. 70 a a 3 a 15 a :'7 J -J 3,1 a 12 37 M;i tier Inn $4 00 a $5 on 6'i Piato-s r bushel do. Swm alt per bushel 8 a 1 Salt. Lake 8 14 a n 8Li;DS per bushel 115; OlIVeT $1 3 a .V Ti-iajiliv 1 10 a 12 Flaxseed 10 iWood per cord 1 50 a SO a C5 12 a 5" A word to those who were afflicted with Chill nd Fever at! kast eight months during the past year, and who, in their Tain efforts to riJ t!ienie!ves of tint loathsome disease-, took at least one dozen of bote ot quinine pill, which eaa never, in a protracted ease, effect a permanent cure. On theßrst attack of chills, in the fore pait of tha season, it should be eradicated entirely from the qütm, unless you wish tu be ...

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

Fro.-n the Kevo Ot leant Delta of the I5A intt. FB03I THE CITY OF MEXICO. Ict.iil of llic ISultlc preceding t!ic Capture. Interesting anecdote Incidents of the Bait'es Gen. (aitnan, one of Mississippi s own, appointed Governor Assassinations and outbreaks in the city Order restored Santa Anna's resignation of fie P resiliency Orders and reu'alitms of Urn. Scull for 1'ie city's gocernment Gallantry of Gen. Scott and Col. llirney the Lady of Santa Anna, $c. Vera Cruz, Oct. 3J, H17. Eds. D.'lta I understand a sicamcr leave at nine o'clock, A. M., to-day, and I avail myself of the short notice jjifen to drop you a few items of news. Two days ajj-i we received news from tl.e city of Mexico of the oust satiguiniry batile of the war, which resulted in a victory to our army and the entire rout of the enemy. The American loss is heivy mi men as well as in officers, Sinai the termination of the armistice our loss is estimated at ti'MH) killed, wounded, Sec. Anionjj the number are many all int...

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

IXPIAS.lPOUS.'SOVraiBEK C, 1S47. llnllroads. ' The N". Y. Journal of Commerce says that the New Yori and Erie Railroad is expected to be open for travel as far west as Port Jervis, Delaware county, before the close of the present calendar year. From Fort Jcrvia to Einghampton, a distance of 130 miles, Uie Railroad is under contract 5000 men being em-jp plcryed on that section and is expected to be coinplelea iu the tall of 1843, or about one year hence. is the road which, when finished, if well managed, will take a very great portion of the western travel direct tu New York and other eastern cities. We shall be able to reach New York from this place, By the way of the Madison railroad and river to Cincinnati, arid from thence by the Miami and Mad river railroads and the lake to Erie, and the Erie railroad tu New York, in three days at farthest, if the routes be all well arranged, as they may be. We have no particular interest in pvffmg the New York and Erie railroad, but we have som...

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

3nötatm State Sentinel. wi:cKLi i:inio.. ITER 4L Tf GILA5CC IS THE FfCC OF LIEFBTT. l.M)IA..H'OlJS,XOVE3Il;it 11, IsaT. Our TVrms. The following will hereafter be tlie verminen ltrrm3 ' of the WteUy Indiana State Sentinel: (t-Paymcnts to be made always in advance. I Oneconv on, veir -onA1 " J dr" s.u Three copies, one year, .-on' s'liM 'lV(M) vive copies', one year, Ten copies, on year, Twenty copies, one year, Scnii-AVft'kly. (Published three times a week durinj the session ) One copy, sl.OO Three cpies, ftlO.OO One copy durinT the session, 1-" Three or more copies, each J Messrs Bedient. &. Gkeex are agents at Cincinnati for the Indiani State Sentinel. Q-See first pae Semi-Weekly. To Correspondent. R. W., jefleraon. Certainly, il no better can be done, (t if ralht-r barii on us, however. D. W. C, New port. The twenty thrr new ubacrihera are all entered. Glad lohr.ir fnnn yoti; and Dope to bear from a hundred or two more Irutu Old Vrrnullh.n. B. II. II., Greeiiluig. Yoi...

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

Lt. Gov. Dunning und Ms Dcfauicrs. T Bloomingtox, Nov. Is:, IS 17. Messrs. Chapmans &. Spann: I herewitli transmit to you the original letters which reached me by the came mail, in .March last, that brought me your paper containing a certain statement signed by men styling themselves democratic ojjicers of "the 2d Regt. of Indiana volunteers; also a Jeticr, received since that publication was made, from lit. Col. M'Carty of the 3d Regt., and now a member of the State Senate also a letter from Gen. Joseph Lane, now of the ar-' my, a gentleman well known to every volunteer in the Indiana Brigade, and by character to the whore Union ; I also transmit to you two other communicationfrom Gen. Lane, handed to me on the eve of my departure for home, and a letter of Lt. Rogers, then of Capt. lu8's company, and now of the regular army, together with my own sworn statements. You will please do me the favor to give them publicity, and al-o to request that such papers as have contain...

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

sali: or si.unxo ru.n llmis. Tief ollowing pieces partela er lots of lan j, nr o moch of eich as may be necessity will, oo Saturday, the eleventh ' dijfcf December next, bttweeo the houisuf 8 o'clock, A. M. and 5 o'clock, P. M. at the Court House door in the town ! tf Indianapolis, 4e itftered Tor vale to the highest bidder, the ; tiJ being tq'ul lo the imodot chart-eable t the salhe Iwvmg t beeu cnortgapd tu the Mate of Indiana to tecuie loans fium . the Sinking Fund, and (oifetttd by non-payment of the in-' leiest due tbereoo, lo-wit t Bartholomew County. The n vc q of sec 12, t 10 n, t 5 e, mortgaged by James Tread ay ; loan, iuteiest etc 54 doll 15. The d w qr of n w qrof sec M and the e blf ef w qr ( ec 24. 1 & n, r 6 e, also 0 acies bouu led as follow t btg lut-m at the a w ctuer of s 24, thence e to tine dividing the e and w halves of j w qr of said sec, thence 40 poles to a slake, theme w to the see line of said sec. thence s 40 pole to the beginuin, in same t an...

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

I.DI 1XAPOLIS, ftOYEMIIEK 13, 1847. Sexator Hannegan Outrage. A week or two go we observed that the "People' Press," a whig paper, published at Crawfordsville, gate a pretended account of an outrage recently perpetrated at Coving- . ton, by one McDonald, upon the person of Senator Hannegan. We were at once satisfied, from the internal evidence afforded by the pretended account il.elf, that the editor of the Press was guilty of the meanest and most inexcusable falsehood ; and that for thin display of his own baseness he had not the lightest excuse, except that he differed with Air. Hannegan in political opinion. For this, and this only, he was willing not only to lie about Mr. H., but through him to disgrace the State which hud placed him, as its representative, in the United States Senate. This lying account of the Press" Las been copied into various whig papers, especially into the Cincinnati Gazette, which, though it makes claims to high respectability, adds to the ignorance, if n...

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

3nMatra Stale Sentinel. WEEKLY EDITION? ETE1HAL TIOILAHCB If THE FS1CI OF LXIE1TY. IM1AV41'QL1S, XOVEJIllElt 18, 184 T. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: Q-Paymenta to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 rive copies, ore year, ....8.00 r j , Ten copies, one year, 15.00 Twenty copies, one year, 20.00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, 4.00 Three copies, 10.U0 One copy durin the session, 1.00 Three or more copies, each 75 Messrs Bedient &. Green are agents at Cincinnati for the Indiana State Sentinel. Q-See first page Semi-Weekly. OrA good many paragraphs, intended for the benefit or amusement of our ten readers, appear only in the Semi-weekly, as we cannot get them all into the weekly paper. Deplorable Accident. We learned late last evening, that a shocking accident happened to Governor Whitcomb, on the down train of railr...

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

Frim the Cocington People's Friend. Iiifi.uious ana Jlriilnl Outrage. Believing that notoriety was the priiicipal incentive to the brutal attack upon Senator Ilannerran. m?rretra- ted soma two or three weeks since in the bar room of ur. F. B. Erown's Hotel in this place, by Ezekiel McDonald of Attica, and in the hope that silence on our part would prevent publicity being given it in newspaper prints, we declined noticing it at the time of occurrence. A shamefully perverted version of the affray, however, found its way into the columns of the last week's "People's Press" of Crawfordsville, calculated to prejucice public mind against Mr. Hannegan and screen the guilty assailant from the odium that will attach to him wherever hi ruffianly conduct lä understood, which, in connection with the false coloring given the tale in different places by frequent repetition from McDonald's friends, renders the duty imperative of setting the matter right before the public The certificate furnished ...

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

The Railroad. We have the following note from the agent on this end of the line, relative to the damage done on the rot d by the late heavy rains. The public will be glad to learn that passengers will continue to be carried, notwithstanding the damages. Railroad Office, Thursday, Nov. 11, 1347. Messa. Chapmans dt Spann : I learn from a leter just received from the President, Mr. Merrill, who, as usual is where his untiring services are most needed, that the damage to the railroad by the late extraordinary freshet is inconsiderable, compared with what was reported or anticipated. As remarkable as it may seem, yet it is said to be true, that the waters of Clilly were about two feet, and those of Haw Creek one foot higher than at the unprecedented flood of January last; while the waters of Blue River were not bo high by 21 feet, and those cf Flat Rock by one foot as at that time. The damage is mostly near Haw and Clifty creeks, at w hich two points about 120 feet of embankment and 200 ...

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

lADIAVlPOLIS, AOYEBI1EK 20, ISA'S. (gr'Jov. Whitco.ub was brought to this city from Edinburgh oa Wednesday last. The injuries he received do not appear to be of so dangerous a character as we inferred from the account first received. Still he was very badly bruised, and came within an ace of destruction. He will probably be confined for some weeks. The Governor has improved very much since the close of yesterday, (lSth). It is now ascertained that no bones were broken, nor was there any vital organ injured. His wounds consist in a eeries of contusions and bruisea on the lower limbs, from which it is not now probable that any lasting injury will rcBult. ' Tactics. J The tactics of the political world are sometimes quite transparent. A week ago, the rhiuuklphia iYortA American, a paper devoted to Mr. Clay, contained a short editorial, invoking that gentleman to como forth, and give counsel to the American People in relation to the question of Slavery and the Mexican war, now agitating...

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

JnDiaua 5tatc gcnttncl. WECIi.JLY EDITION. ETEK5AL TIOILA5CE IS TRI FICE CT IIBEKTT. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Wtetfy Indiana State Sentinel: fJPaymcnts to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.00 Three rnrtips. one vear. 5.00 --J..--, j x ive copies, one year, .8.00 Ten copies, one year, 15.00 Twenty copies, one year, 20.00 $emi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, $1.00 Three copies, $10.00 One copy during the session, - SM Three or more copies, each i0 Messrs Eedient & Greex are agents at Cincinnati for the Indiana State Sentinel. first page Semi-Weekly. Cera Papek. Finding it next to impossible to have our heivy edition of the paper printed on a hand press, so as to get it off in season, and hare it look decently, we have procured a Power Tress. A breakage of oar old one, and the removal and putting up of the present press, has materially interfered with our general arrangements, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 November 1847

OFFICIAL DESPATCHES. I1.1TTLES OF COXTltEIftAS A. csii:i:liusco. Report of Mnjor General Scott. No. 31. Headquarter or the Arxt, San Auiruxtin, Acapulco Road, 9 mile fiotn Mexico, Augtit 19, 1847. Sir: Leaving a comptet pairion at Puebla, this army dvmced upon the capital, as fillowss Twii' division. piecededby Harney's brhrade of c.vaUv.the 7th : Quitman's division of volunteers, with a mall detachment of U. S. mm ine, the 8th; Worth's division, the 9th. and Pillow's division, the 1 Ol h all in this month. On the 8th, I overtook, and then continued with, the leading division. The coips weie, at no time, beyond five hours, or supporting ditatice, apait; and on descending into the basin of the capital (75 miles fiom Puebla) they became more closely approximated about the head of Lake Chalc, with Lake Tescuco a little in fiont and to the right. On the I2ih and 13th we pushed reconnoisances upon the Penon, an isolated mound (eight mile from Mexico) of great height, strongly fortified t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 November 1847

Xcws From Mexico. Ly the arrival of the steamship New Orleans, Capt. AulJ, from Vera Cruz the 1st inst., we Lave received important advices from the seat of war, contained in the papers which have come to hand from that city, EI Uenio de la Libortad and EI Arco Iris, and which reach to the date of her departure. Santa Anna. The most important news brought by this arrival is that of the dismissal of Santa Anna from the command of the army. Geu. II t neon succeeds him. Santa Anna loudly protests agaiust the violation of his rights as the tirst magistrate of the nation, as he styles himself, und refusing obedience to the government, retires to Tehucan. - Gen. Scott. Our excellent Commander-in-chief has promulgated to the army asid the citizens of JUexico, the articles of Martial Law, which shall prevail in the metropolis, during its occupation by the American troops. They embrace every species of crime which may be committed on the persons or the property ot any of the two races, now b...

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

IX DIAS! I'O LIS, IVO YETI EU 27, 1S47. To Correspondent. J. T., Grcencastle. We cannot account for the fact of our' papers not arrWing regularly. We do the best we can, here, to have them correctly and seaionabfr mailed. Particular attention it bestowed on thi department ; and we can hardly think the error occur in the P. O. here. It shall have our attention. We cannot take mbucribere at reduced terra, unless In cluha as published. It would ftejkob with us. We must serve til alike. Fill up the clubs that is the only way. CtrSince our last notice, Göv. Whitcomb has continued steadily to improve, under the advice of his physician. It is now considered certain, that he has sustained no permanent or lastin injury by the late accident. The injuries he received were only bruises or contusions, which, severe as they were, have already so far yielded to judicious treatment and a vigorous constitution, as to give little or no pain. He rests well, and sits up a considerable portion of his ti...

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

2fiiöiaua State Sentinel. WECKXY EDITION. ITERS AL VKrfLASCE IS THE FUCC OF LIBEKTT. IXIHA.VAI'OLIS, LCCILTIIti:K tt, IS 17. Our Tenns. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: fjrPaymcnts to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, 2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 r'ive copie?, one year, 8.(K Tea copies, one year, 13.00 Twenty copies, one year, 20.00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, .".4.00 Three copies, $10.00 One copy during the session, 1-00 Messrs Eepient &. Green are agents at Cincinnati Tor the Indiana State Sentinel. C-See first page Semi-Weekly. To Correspondents. X. J. J., Tipton. Ye. Send 'era lonp undcrthet ireum.Unee. A. W. J., Jackn, O. Will write you by mail. ' are all full. B. 11. M.. Versailles. Will serve you the tame. COUNTY CONVENTION. The Democrats of .Marion County Are requested to meet at the Court House, in Indianapolis, on SATURDAY, Dec. 4th, at 10 o'...

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