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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 March 1848

Late from Mexico. The followiujj important information is from the correspondence of the Journal of Commerce: Columbia, S. C.Feb. 26, 1843. The daily overland Express package for the Journal of Commerce is received, and brings date from New Orleans to the 21st, Tain pico to the 13th, and Vera Cruz to the 16th, the two last brought by the English steamer which arrived at Cat Island on the 20th inst. The steamer brought five passenjrera for Havana, five for England, and ten for New Orleans, and had on board $100.000 in rpecie. The courier from the English Legation arrived at Vera Cruz before the eteainer sailed, with dates from the city of Mexico to the 13th. Ti American Ster of the 11th inst. contains the . oTicial announcement that the treaty of peace was ratified on the part of the Mexican Congress, by receiving the signature of Signor Rossa, Minister of Foreign Affairs on the 10th inst., which date it bears. A meeting of the Deputies and Senators who were in the city, was held, bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 March 1848

Gen. Taylor nnd nis Iiuena Yisla. Ileport. The editor (if the Indiana Journal has the hardihood to deny the statement, wS.icti he rays is going the n und of the eastern papers, that a resolution pissed the Senate of Indiana, at its late session, in viting Gen. Taylor to visit the State and requesting him to correct his report of the Battle of Buena Vista, i far a the 2d Indiana regiment is concerned. Su h a rcs"lutjMt did pass that body. It was introduced by Captain Rousseau, a whig elector, and üben it came up on its second reading .Mr. Rousseau said, in substance, that his object in introducing these resolutions was not to make (political capital for Gen. Taylor or for any political party, and he hoped the question on their passage would not be considered a party question, but would pass by a unanimous vote of the Senate. The object of these resolutions was to pay a merited tribute to the gallant services and heroic conduct of General Taylor for the last forty years of his life ; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 March 1848

Congressional Globe and Appendix. We understand from the publishers, Messrs. Blair acd Rites, that they have printed a large extra edition of these highly valuable work?, and that they will, up to the 1st day of April, furnish full copies from the beginning to the conclusion of the session, at the original subscription of $2 for each. After that period the price will be enhanced to 3 for each. This notice should be attended tu by all who desire the work and wish to save a dollar or two. Besides their in trinsic excellence and value, they are the cheapest publications in ihe world ; and the publishers deserve great creua lor tneir perseverence ia keeping up the WOrk. . I Tlie Veto Power. j The Constitution of Indiana provides that all bills ; passed by the Legislature shall be presented to the I Governor, who has five days within which either to - sign the bill, or to return it to the House in which it originated, with his objections. But even then it becomes a law, if a bare majorit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 March 1848

3nMatiq fftntc Sentinel, ITCBÜAL TIC1LAHCC I THE rilCC OF LIBEBTT. INDIANAPOLIS, HIAKC1I IG. 1848. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana SlUe Sentinel: 07" Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, "2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.Ü0 i'ive copies, one year, 8.00 Ton copies, one year, 15.00 Twenty copies, one year, 20.00 Semi- Weekly. Published three times a week during the session.) Oie copy, $1.00 I Three copies, $10.00 One copy during the session, 1.00 1UE$IUEXTIAL ELECTOKS. SE5AT0BIAL. iROBKRT DALE OWEN, t Poey County. 'EI1CNEZER M. CHAMBERLAIN, of Elkhart county. DisraicT. 1. NATHANIEL ALBERrO.V, of Harrison county. 2. CYRUS 1. DUNHAM, of Washington county. 8. WILLIAM M. McCARTY, of Fiaoklin county. 4. CHARLES H. TEST, of Wayne county. 5. JAMES RITCHEY, of Johno county. 6. GEORGE W. CARR, of Lawience cuoty. 7. HENRY SECRES T, of Putnam county. 8. DANIEL MACE, of Tippecanoe county. S. GRAHAM N. FITCH, of C..a county. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 March 1848

Fron the New Orleans Picayune, Feb. 29. The L.coiiidafe" Leiter Its avowed author. If any injustice Las been dune to General Pillow in the matter of connecting hia name with the authorship of the "Leonidas Letter," it lias been a serious one; and in so far as we have been instrumental in circulating what ha been reported in this lehalf, wc shall be prompt to Bend the antidote after the injury, whenever it shall appear that he has suffered from unfounded charges against him. What we have hitherto written concerning this affair, was based upon euch positive declarations as left us no room to hesitate in forming an opinion in the premises; and although we have not asserted anything upon our own authority, we have, under assurances of such direct and conclusive force, been in the habit of regarding the charge rather as a thing proved than a questionable facL We have seen a letter writteu by Gen. Pillow to a gentleman of this city, in which he denies, in the most emphatic terms, any know...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 March 1848

General Scott and "Worth. The following is the correfpondence betweea Generale ixrovt and Worth, which ied to tJe irrest of the latter end the suspension of the former : Mexico, Nor. 13, 1S47. Sir: I learn with much astonishment that the pre vailing opinion in this army points the imputation of. "scaiülaloua" conduct in the third, and the invocation cf the grnt numbers" in the fourth paragraph of j order .No. 341), printed and issued on yesterday, to' mjeir, as one or liie orucers alluded to. Although I cannot suppose thoee optnion to be correctly formed, nevertheless, regarding the high source from which auch imputations flow, so seriously affecting the qualities as a gentleman, th character and usefulness a an olüctT, of him to whom they may be aimed, I feel it incumbent on tue to ask, its I now do, most respectfully, of the frankness and sense of justice of the general-hi-chief, whether, in any sense or degree, he condescended to apply, or designed to have applied the ephithets c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 March 1848

To Correspondents. O. W. 3., Rene!ler. Te. And too a as tka AddrM la rtady, will attend to youriequtit We do not know yet when it will be prepare!, but it ought to be won. Falsehoods or the Indiana Journal. The Indiana Journal again denies the fact, that the Senate of this Slate, at its last session, passed resolutions mllinrr rtn Dsn Tanln . ina kia Pnnni - b v vm .jivi tu vvinvt ilia iJutuu i Vis'a report, in relation to the second regiment of j Indiana volunteers, and continues Us abuse against Genera Lane. To put this matter completely at rest we here publish Mr. Rousseau's resolution on that subject, with his explanatory remarks in the Senate, which we published a few weeks since. It is true, as will be perceived, that Mr. Morrison of Washington was not altogether satisfied with the phraseology of the resolution, knowing that the whigs would try to give it another meaning, and offered to amend it, by making the language more definite ; hut Mr. Rousseau's explanatory speech sati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 March 1848

Srifttanq Bthtc Sentinel. KTCKHAL VIGILAKCE IS THE MICE OF LIBERTY. IXDIA1VAPOHS, ITIAItCU 22, 1848 Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: fjrPayments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 ?ive copies, one year, 8.00 Ten copies, one year, 15.00 Twenty copies, one year, 20.00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy....... -S 1.00 Three copies, $10.00 Oae copy during the session, 1.00 ßr-See first page Serai-Weekly. P RESIDENT! A L ELECTORS. EltATOBIAL. ROBERT DALE OWEN, of Posey County. EBENEZER M. CHAMBERLAIN, of Elkhart county. DISTRICT. 1. NATHANIEL ALBERTSON, of Hurison county. 2. CYRUS L. DUNHAM, of Washington county. 3. WILLIAM M. McCARTY, of Franklin county. 4. CHARLES H. TEST, of Wayne county. 5. JAMES RITCHEY, of Johnson county. 6. GEORGE W. CARR, of Ltwrenc county. 7. HENRY SECREST, of Putnam county. 8. DANIEL MACE, of Tippecanoe coun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 March 1848

Property of the Mexican Church. Ey an estimate before os, the church property of Mexico is net down at the following' valuation: Real property in town and country $19,000,000 Churches, home, convents, curates, dwellings, furniture, jewels, precious vessels, &c. . 52,000,000 Floating' capital, with other funds, and the capital required to produce the cum annually received in alms 20.000,000 Total $90,000,000 An estimate entirely too small; for Gomez Farias sets down the total value at $100,000,000, which is, doubtless, neater the mark. No one, however, pretends to know the value of the coin, jewels, and ornaments belonging to the various churches, which have been accumulating ever since the establishment of tho Catholic religion, and their real estate has been constantly increasing in amount and value. They own many of the finest houses in the city of Mexico end other cities, (the rents of which must be enormous.) besides valuable real estates all over the republic. Almi'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 March 1848

Political Curiosities from the Cabinet of Gen. Tay lor. -His Inconsistencies and Contradictions. We cull from the Ingersoll letter of General Taylor, which was pronuunced a forgery" by hie official organ in New York, the fallowing curiosities: MI w decidedly in favor of Mr. Clay's election, and would now piefer aeeirg him in that office lo toy individual Id ih Uuion ceitaioly much more to l toy time lhao myIf Gen. Taylor really wrote this, and was sincere In what he said, why does he now say tu the Harrisburgh Convention that he is in the field as a candidate, and that his position is "immutable ! Why does he persist in being a stumbling-block in the way of his dearly-beloved Air. Clay, instead of his withdrawing at once in his favor 1 His refusing to do so, either proves that he did not write the Ingersoll letter, or that be is destitute of every thing like sincerity and honesty. The next curiosity, and the greatest of them all, reads thus : I consider Mr. CUy'i views, and those of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 March 1848

To Co r res no 11 rip nts. A H , Bartholome coanty. Y ur communication il tiadcr a !vi. iiieut. Wilt putlUti it if poxsil la J. II., Slu ru, lowi. You'll do, '-ia a horn. We have many noticti nJ communication! to attend to, which "ten men" ttnl do in (even day. To Sportsmen. Our old friend, Sam. Eeck, has on hand just every thing needed by those who delight to throw off" the trammels cf care 'for a aeason," and refresh their menial and physical mm by a stroll through the forest, or to enjoy the beauties of "meandering brooks," fur the purpose of making better acquittance with their respective inhabitant. The philosophy of these matters aside for we are unhappy that our cares and responsibilities prevent our share of the enjoyment of recreation day or night, at least at present, we would recommend that all lov ers of the sport, in any form, call on our aforesaid mend Deck, for any thing in the hunting line from (not old Cess) I ut from the best of rides down to the smallest pistol,' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 March 1848

3taMatta State gaitmcl. KTEBNAL TIOILAKCC 1 THE FBICE OF L1BEBTT. I x nuArous, .tiikui 30. is is. Our T-. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: ftfr'Pay ments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, Three copies, one year, ?ive copies, one year, Ten copies, one year, Twenty copies, one year, ftO.OO .. 5.00 8.00 ..15.00 ..20.00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy........ $1.00 Three copies, $10.00 One copy during the session, 1.00 QSee first page Semi-Weekly. PREÜIUOTIAL ELECTORS. ICil AT0BIAL. R0BKRT DALE OWLtf. of Posey County. EBE.NEZER M. CHAMBERLAIN, of Elkhart county. Disraicr. 1. NATHANIEL ALBERTON, of Hitriion county. 2. CYRUS L. DUNHAM, of Washington county. 3. WILLIAM M. MrCARTY, of Fraoklin eoamty. 4. CHARLES II. TEST, of Wayne county. 5. JAMES RITCHEY, of Johnson county. 6. GEORGE V. CA RR, of Lawrence cwuoty. 7. HENRY SECREST, of Putnam county. 8. DANIEL MACE, of Tippecanoe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 March 1848

From W ilmer Sc Smith' European Tim. The Revolution in France We tike the following from the London Morning Chronicle : Paris, Tuesday evenirtf. The accounts which I Bent you this morning will have prepared you for great confusion in the streets of Paris, great assemblages of the people, and partial disturbance, if not for actual insurrection. The result is just what might have been expected. Immense masses have paraded the public thoroughfares throughout the day. Troops in vast number were on foot, and occasionally, where the masses became more than ordinarily dense, charges of cavalry were made upon the people, and the streets were cleared with wonderful quickness. The shops were all closed and business of every kind was suspended. The crowd generally directed itself toward the Place de la Madeleine, (where, if the banquet had gone on, the procession of the deputies was to have started from,) to the Place de la Conccrde, and to the neighborhood of the Chamber of Deputies. The prin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 March 1848

-TREATY or PEACE, FRIENDSHIP, LIMITS AND SETTLEMENT, SET WEEN THE AND THE MEXICAN-REPUBLIC. .Concluded at Gaudaloupe Hidalgo, February 2. and Ratified, with the amendments, by the American Senate, March 10, ,1843. THE TREATY. In th oiro of Almighty Godr The United Stale of America aod the United Mexican . States, animated by a sincere desire to pat an end to the calamities of (he wir which unhappily exists between the two Republic, and to establish on a solid baiia relation of peace and fiieodhip bich hall confer reciprocal benefits on the citizen of loth, and assure the coneoid, harmony and mutual confidence wherein the two people should lire as good neighbors, hare, for that purpose, appointed their respective Plenipo entisiies ; that is to say, the President of the United States ha appointed N. P. TarsT, a citizen of the United Stales, and the President of the Mexican Republic bas appointed Don Louis Gokzao. Cveya, Du Bemkabdo Couto and Don Miguel Atbistai, citizen of the said Ke...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 April 1848

To Correspondents. D. S., Martinsville. Vour communication, bcjng wry Ion f, moat be deferred for U present, at lb important Bewa of the day preaa heavily on our coin mm. Will try and find room tor it anon. . "ObsCTTator." Give di jour nam, and we will"üinw Ihe brick." A. C, Kokon. The fault la not in our poatoffice, nor wiln us. It nuat b on tbc route somewhere. PROSPECTUS FOR N SKINI Arm Published at Indianapolis lud. THE CHEAPEST PAPER IN THE WEST! The undersigned will commence the publication of the 5th volume of their celebrated COON SKINNER, commencing about the 20th of May, and published till the Presidential election, making 25 numbers previous, and one subsequent, the last number of which will contain the full official vote of the United States, and which of itself will be fully worth the subscription price. Their facilities for rapidly publishing a larger edition have never equalled the present ; and they confidently look for & larger circulation than heretofor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 April 1848

Snfcumci 0tatc 0cntiucL itrini. vi. ;ii ixrt, ii Tiif p.'.ci CT iibtstt. v v 1 1 Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms cf the Weekly InJiana StJte Sentinel: C7i'ayments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, 2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 rive copies, one year, 8.00 T-n copies, one year, 15.00 Twenty copies, one year, 20.00 Semi-VlVekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, $1.1)0 Three copies, $10.00 One copy during the erosion, 1.00 PRCSIDESTIAIj electous. ' SESATORHL. ROBERT DALE OWKX, of Puej County. EBENEZER M. CHAMBERLAIN, of Elkhart county. DISTRICT. 1. NATHANIEL ALBER ION, or Harrison county. 2. CYRUS L. DUNHAM, of Vhinjt..D county. 3. WILLIAM M. McCARTY, of Franktia county. 4. CHARLES H. TKST. if Wayne county. 5. JAMES RITCHEY, of Johnson county. 6. GEORGE V. CA RR, cf Lawience conty. 7. HENRY SKCREST, of Futnam county. 8. I) AM CI. MACK, of Tippecanoe eoucijr. 9. GRAHAM N. KITCH. of Cat county. 10. ANDREW J. HA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 April 1848

ä Bj Ttitfrapk cepUd from Iks Cincinnati Eaquvror and Gautu. THE DIAKKXM'S. CisciniiATi. April 1. 6 P. 51. lVr sales to-day showed no change in pncea ; 173 brls from store and 150 brla from railroad at $4 50; 53 do from canal at $4 55: 500 da from Whitewater mills at $4 50 ; 52 do scratched at $4 10. ! Provisions The transactions fo-dav warn verv limited 27 brla prime Pork at $5 50 ; a few hf brla Mesa at $4 50 ; of hulk Pork 15.000 and 20.000 lbs Shoulder! it iic ; of Lard 20 brla No. 1 at 5 5-8c ; 25 brls and 132 kegs iiregular pbgs, at 5 3-4c; 13 brls Ordinary No. 2 at Whisky Sales of 244 brls in lots at 15 5-8. Corn Sales a few dajs since ol 2,500 bushels shelled from csnal at 20c. ' Lard Oil A sale of GO brli Winter for shipment east, at equal to (iOc. Stearine A sale of 17 tona for shipment East, at equal to öc. "Western "Waters. The river at this port rose about 12 inches from Friday - , ci,,.,j kut .. t A I c j . ' 6 U"J uu in ounuir i j t II a . - , . ... evening, had fal e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 April 1848

4 1 Tiintf I vrrnnrci r r tup Pniir V trarwlfttp I the foli..i ioy fruio tue Currier des Elata Unit'. Tue Holy Father, who Las net at his command ill the treasuries uf Christendom to fill, as he desires, the hand of the supplicant who come to him, atleaft knows how to be-to w his aim in the right place. On. dy oo? of t!ioe characters, whom the artist at R.'tne call Rmnanachcs, presented himself to Pius IX. declaring that he was overwhelmed with misfortunes, his wife was dying and hi 4 children without bread. The Ppo looked at Lim and replied, that honest mis--cry would not wear bo red a nose or bo shining a face, and that some trick was perhaps lurking under it. But 'o the doubts of his Holiness, the fellow replied that his grandfather was paralytic and that the grandfather of his wife was stone blind. With all bin family ill upon his hands, his case was truly pitiful. A huiidred piasters, la said, would be enough to help him out of the difficulty. The Pope borrowed the nvmey of bis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 April 1848

IMDIAXArOLIS, AI It IL. 8, 1848. The Corporation Wood Law. Oa the 25th ult. ws published the official copy of the miniature Tariff ordinance, which the Whig City Council, in their superlative wisdom, saw fit to pass for the protection of the purchasers of wood. The law joes into effect on the first of May, it should have been the first of April, "all fool's day." And as our readers may possibly not remember all the requirements of it, we give the following concise synopsis of the law. Sec. 1, provides that all vehicles used for carrying wood, from a six-horse team down to & wheel-barrow, shall proceed on their arrival in town, to one of the four specified "camp grounds," where they shall be drawn up in marshal array, and await the orders of the Inspectors General, who will act under the authority of the City Council, under the title of "duly authorizel measurers of wood." Sec. 2, prescribes that all fire wood offered for sale shall be one of three specified lengths, to-w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 April 1848

3nMana State Sentinel. KTCK3AL VICILA5CE II THE MICE OF LUCBTT. IM)IAA1M)I,S, Vrilll- 13, 1S1N. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent tertna of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: 0 Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 rive copies, one year, 8.00 Ten copies, one year, 15.00 Twenty copies, one year, 20.00 Semi-W'eekly. . (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy,-....... $1.00 Three copies, $10.00 One copy durin the session, 1.00 rUESIDESTIAI, ELECTOKS. fENATOaiAL. ROBERT DALE OWEN, of Posey County. EBENEZER M. CHAMBERLAIN, of Elkhart county. DISTBICT. 1. NATHANIEL ALBERTSON, of Harrison county. 2. CYRUS L. DUNHAM, of Washington coooty. 3. WILLIAM M. McCARTY, of Franklin county. 4. CHARLES II. TEST, of Wayne county. Ö. JAMES RITCHEY, of Johnson county. 6. GEORGE W. CARR, of Lawrence county. 7. HENRY SECREST, of Putnam county. 8. DANIEL MACE, of Tippecanoe county. 9. GRAHAM N. FITCH, of Cass c...

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