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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 20 December 1855

i i WEEK V IND STAT fational democratic fteppcr gcuotct) to fuion aub fate Interests of atoimtrn. tmtm mm SPAXN & XOllMANJ 1'UBLISHKD EYEUY T11UKSDAY MOUSING AT TtVO DOLLARS A YEAIU t l'KOPRIETORS. VOLUME XV. IXDIAiNAI'OMLS, IKIMAIVA, THURSDAY 1IOr;iM., DECE.1IBEK SO, 1855, NUMBER 31. iBcfhto Sentinel. rUBLHUKO EVERT Till UalUT UOBNIKQ OS A UAMUOTH SHEET, AT TWO rVOLLAfLS l'Kll YKAll, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE JTT A JJres Vv OaiJ, SPASM A NORMAN. 2 4 ! The Ktx: Presidency. STKPHKir A. Douolas. We notice that the "Valley (111.) Blade," has hoisted the name of this distinguished democrat, as its choice for President in 135C. Without saying anything prejudicial to tho claims of a distinguished IndLauian, who is also aspiring to that position, we imt emphatically believe that Judge Douglas would be the choice of the Democracy of the whole Union, were it understood that he desired his name brought forward at this particular time, hut w hive alt aloug undsnitood that the Judge did...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 20 December 1855

Hi I13cchhj Sentinel. INDIANA I'OIiIS: THURSDAY MOKNI.SC;, DEC 20, 18j5. Tbe Indiana State Sentinel. The State. Sentinel lias passed into the hands ot Mew. Spann it Norman. We have renewed I101.0 th:tt the new proprietors will make the Sentinel what it should be, as the central organ of the Indiana demtcracy. The Sentinel has never received that liberal pat- ronago which its jxuition should command, i The IriBh Convention. (Vy- The lecture of lldk Henry 15. Stan- A good deal has been said in the newspa- ton, formerly a Senatorin tlio New York The Strength of the National Democ racy. A little more than a year ago, says the pCri xvithin the last few weeks in relation to Legislature, at Masonic jjall on Monday eve Washington Union, the fragments of opposi- a certain convention which recently assent- ning, was not so largely attended as that of tion to the Democratic party rushed into each ftt tho Astor House in New York, com- Mr. Whipple, still tho house was very com- other's arms in e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 20 December 1855

iUfffelg &ht Jjfitlintl. LOCAL AXdTi ISCI-IIANEOUS. OP The City Council, l ist evviuii, nholisWl the City Watch ain! discharc-il the AsJ'bt.uit M irs.i:i.. There have Wen sti-h con stant comil.iinU arainst the numWr of watchmen, their exit'iiso, anl in stoma cases their that the Council seim.t to have oonelulel to try it a while without these officers. The puUie will umv have a fairoiirtiinitr of testing the value of the watch. T hu move, wc thitik, w.u mule Wcause j-ar-ty iolitic3 was draf.l into the arena. Certain members of the Council were working fur jl;tieal capital ; this move U to head them. So we tlii uk. Hepullicjn. "The uUic will now have a fair opportunity of ttirii the value of the Watch;" aiul that same puMie will hohl Know XothingLsm re;ioLsible for the damages which may accrue to is?rsons or i'ioterty on account of their action in taking o!T the entire Watch. Such a move is most extraordinary to those not pot?L lint the cause of this act of Council i.s at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 20 December 1855

fj&fftlij Jjtate f entitle!. ICINTING HOUSE ALMDiAC FOR I,6. PREPARED KOIi T II K INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, INDIANAl'OI.IS. i I ' . ! i ' -3 a : - f a, -2 a , ? s -2 1 i "a ' -j - s - 3 w ' i -: ' O (3 ? X r. JAN . .1 FEB. MAE... 12 3 4 5 JULY. 6 7 C 10 11 I ' 1131 15 it. 17 1- I j ' .10 21 2.1 23 24 25 j6 29 30 31 . ; ; ' l -i Afii . 4 V C 7 r 9 lo 11 1 13 U 15 I'i ;i: la m-Aiii ii 47 .2 IV .1 ' I I 11 i J 3 4 5 6 7 ' r SEP.. t lu II 1? 13 14 IS !lo 17,rt.l.ji ii.l-i JO 21 I APRIL.. 114 3 4 5 OCT.. I t, 7 f 9 in II li jlXM 15 to 17 H lv i 4 is . . j i l e 3 NOV. U 5 t 7 M lo ill 12 Kl It 15 16 17 lt IK Jiii'l 3 M to 26?; j" -; 31 1 I : I M .! 1: 3 4 5 .i 7 DEC. e; a.lirii i.M3.'4: i5.i.i7-iij. i.i ; V'3 24 25 20 27' 2 lVS.3fc I t j ; Arrival of the Steamship Baltic ! THE BZLLI0ESAST3 BATHES QUIET. Ntw Yokk, Dec. 12. MAY. I NE. 12 . '. 4 5 6 " SI Id II 1? H 1 15 16 17 1 19 i -l re 23 2.4 .'j - 27--9 30 31 i i , ; i 1 3 i 3 5 f. 7 ' III " li 13 14 13 lt 17 I W2U-21 22 - : i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 27 December 1855

' 4 WEEKLY INDIANaIsTATE SENT IM fWibnal Democratic lctospnpcr -gcuotcb to )c Stan nnb Cruc Interests of (ilountri). - . -ii SPANS & NOHMAN, VP H Jill E XV. lUeekli) Sentinel. PUBLISHE!) EYEItY THURSDAY JlOliNKG AT TWO DOLLARS A YEAH. rt. - - - - . I PROPRIETORS. rCBI.I.HKl KVfcKr THl'KsOAY MORVINO OJ A MAMMOTH SHEET, AT TWO POM.AKS I'F.i: YKAH, IXYAKIAK1.Y I.N AUVAMCK r TrJ Address, Poil J.ui.i, SPANX A .NORMAN. ludiaitapoli, I J. Political Adventurers. The editor of the Toledo Blade, writing from Washington, attributes the failure of his party to organize the House to the fact that nearly all it members are new men who have never before leen in Congress, and are entirely inexperienced, while the Democrat. in the House are mostly men of experience and of Uleut . Hid the Democrat., he says, a majority of tut a single vote, they would be able to effect an organization with tutJjcMji.rdelaj- .JVhat the editor of the Blade says aboul hi owupaxtyaoll aboul I the Democrats i ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 27 December 1855

Ulcckhj Sentinel. INIHAN'AI'OLIS: THURSDAY MOliNIXO, DEC. 27, 1853. believe it possible, and so believing wo dismiss the thought from our minds and the subject from our columns. "What'3 Up?" Under this monosyllabic caption tho Journal publishes a couple of extracts, one alleged to 1 an Article copied from the local column of the Stat a Sentinel of the 2Sth of NotemWr, charging Gov. Wright with selecting and sending to tho Sentinel oflloo sundry "puffs" of his agricultural speech in New York, and denouncing him as "an arrant demaojt.. " Sec. &c. Tho other oxtract is an article copied from tho Cincinnati F.n.piirer, in which Gov: Wright is held up a a "trickster" ami a "charlatan," ami charged with having lemarked that the "Fugitive Slave Law should never Ik? executed in Indiana while he was Governor," etc. We leave to Col. Walker, our predecessor, t. explain how this paragraph, without the knowledge or consent of the responsible editor, got int a few copies of tho Sentine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 27 December 1855

Supreme Court ef Indiaca. TtsnAV, TVcemtcr II. Goonre Croit r al. v . The suw 1 Link of Indiana. Appeal friu t!w Ohio Circs. t Court. K.m.t.). Vuu f I-. .iirnn er. rel. rtionmi'. V. Sale, lommissionsr.Ae.. v- F.ii Newlim'.etal. A.k'j1 fMMl v ernillmn Circuit ronrt. Kevcrsed. J.ims Vrnum el al. T. F.rs.vni Ivo Aple:il fr.no ths Wavre Circuit Court. AtTlrnied with 4 per com. Ha miff. II! -sj ef Thomas Marti vs. Jess' Surr rl al. Appeal from, lha futon Common Pies. Unversed. eamuel Cash v. Auditor of Clarke muni). Appeal frsnt the Clarke toiuuion Plesv A Sinned. ltulion J. I.eil slat, vs. A.Um Kuo?. Appeal from ths Steuben Co-nmon Pleas. Atllrmed with i i-r cent, dams-. Psatel .. !Vi!r v. Benjamin l Crush. Appeal from the Dearborn tlreuil Court. Keverscd. pooner and Brower, Kxocitrs, Ac, vs. Noble P.iwsn. Appeal from the Dearborn Common Fleas. Af Boned. Winmtii, IWi-nWf Will. IVmu Williams iv 1a-o. forfeit. Appeal from Ihe Johnson Clivu-t Court. AtY-rni-d with !" p-r cent, damThe SUM i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 27 December 1855

i Cougisssional Proceedings. V a-iu si rox- lec. I-". Sn,' ,r. I'nttt :ive noliiv of his intentioo to introduce a I. ill fur tin" improvr nieiit f FatapSCO I IVtT. Mr. Bav:t'l K;,v ,u'lu'' h,s it'ii" to introd act a bill r.l:Uie to llie iiiiltroVtiiuiit. of the pter and t'..rt IVnn m tlie IVlaware river. The' tSeflHte adjourned. Hots. Mr. Walkri r to personal explanation, and defended the Southe i Know Nothing from the atttrks f the Mobile Register, Myin that they h ul md only Uvn tin target foc.the press of the ruiiiitry. but wi-r if-e.1 litre a 'battledore and si.ettlcc.s-W l.y tl- Kcpuldt- Cn9 on on? side an. I the lVnioci:its on Hit; other. The Demo-rats li-r-. with obstinate party exflusiveiifrH, t- lure the House assembled, nominate.! their cai.di.Jele and :t.l..ple.l .1 resolution, which tu.inv- ol" the iinue considerate aiioi them admit," was an in-ult an-l Miin;i on the mendters uf the d.M.r. l it- fft must If realized, that if tl- Southern K.N'.'s at tin ofinn;r of the ron...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 3 January 1856

y V J-i-J INDIANA STATE SENTINEL B'ational democratic ffctosppcr ScuotA to t!ic Union milt Sruc Interests of tljc (Kountrn. LrilBUSHKI) KVEttY THURSDAY MORXIK AT TWO DOLLARS VKA1L i f PROPRIETORS. INl.LiA&UJS BX1IBAXA, TIHIRSDA. :.HOKiSi, AiiIARY SS, BS5. lliffkli) Sentinel rrHi-Mtirn rvr'av TUT K-tnw mokvinu s a V1IM"TH sHKKT, at TWO lnM.I.AIJS IM'.ll yi.ai:, tXYAKlAIit.Y IN AUVAM'K Hi Iu.1iiutnlU, I ml. The People's Party." We have ptihli.-hed tho proi e.-dih had and the resolutions adopted sf the meeting of Fusion li'ort held in lh:s tit v on th--1 St h" int. Ao-:r re id cm will I. ue -terceived they i rented on the occasion: Clinton Lino Rail- II I i.k.a l Cos vhxtion. A large assemblage of railroad oflicers met at fori Wayne on tho 'JOth int. There were delegates present from the State of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Iowa. Hon. Arnold PI timer, of P.., presided. The object of tii." convention appears to have been to make arrangements for the consolidat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 3 January 1856

t V VM 1 ! ' iflfehig Sentinel. " i Tf a x a i 6 ill s : t THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 3, l5d State Convention Apportionment of Delegates. For convenient reference wc republish the list of counties in the State, their Democratic vote in 1S52, and the number of delegates to which each will le entitled in tho State Contention, under tlie ratio of lepresentation adopted at the Contention in May, Hi I, and recommended by tho State Central Committee viz: one delegate for every 2X Democratic votes and one delegate for every friction over 100, r.o county having less than two delegates: Counties. D. vot.3. Pel- Ceaniic. P. rote. Pel. Adam, C2 i." Lawrcuce, 111 ii AUB, 1(1 10 Ma.1ior, 1 Barlholomsw, H o Marion, iiiH 1 b-.nlon, Vi 2 Marihail, Sil 3 UUvkfurd, St3 .2 Murtin, 51 3 Hoods, mi Vian.i, ii' t; brown, Hi 3 '.Mnru, I'-i 0 Carrv.il, lixi c, Morvimery, if. 'J CUM, vf orMti, ll-l Hark, Icl2 V .V0lo, 7 4 Hay, HI 4 Ouiu, 1 Ctiuion. 1.-0 i Drai.e, & ( rjwlrJ, 4 -9 a it'i, c. it fi L4T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 3 January 1856

The President's Messasc. FrUmo citi-r it of the Seuate and of the lluute of Iiepmrntutlcet: The Constitution of the 'United State protM.") that Congress e)iall assemble annually oa Ike lirst Monday of lleceiuber, and ilhas been Usual fur the l'n&ident to make no communication of a public character to the Senate and House cf Kepresfnts.tives nntil adviaed of their readiness to receive it. I have deferred to thin nae until the clo of the first month of the session, Lut m j eon fictions of duty will not prrluii. roe lonjrer t iostp.vi the discharge t.f the obluMti.-n enjoined by the constitution upon the President 't- .rive to the Congress information of th Mate of the Union, and recommend T.i their consideration such measures as he ahall jd neeeary and expedient." it is a matter of congratulation that the Re pin-lie is tranquilly advancing in a car prwperity ana pence. IO&EIOX EEtATIONS. CSNT&AL AMIEICA. foist relations of amity continue to exist be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 3 January 1856

lllWMtr ilirrniU 'UUV ,WHUHm ,.MmIli,i1v wit h t he pnvut ,.r it I,..., -r.. .tii.tiV utirill'MHl. It '""r'. ; riTTM VTiT7 H". vIt7Yi7 I K W ' i!utci-il t.. atu.r'd protection ihey arc cnlargI'KUllHU lUll i LlQL Olt LA W . : cd and moulded to meet the circumstances; ho lli.lt revolution Minuni in-yu. ' r -r--1 and not with tin' roarf. Any oilier revolution J cannot readily he distinguished from subver- diilgc .1 ... r- ..... or,t i..nh f other - an actto license groceries in the couuties nut ttiai oi the circle i vicious mnuigence in $Hte mHuPl ' countries. ' If the powers hitherto delegated arc f Carroll and Cass, it was left to the voter, of w.M, they n..,vc. .ItVucc the necessity 1,-gi. rTfil I t 11 1 1 11C l -"uu""r , .. .,;. ri.dits'the respective townships whether the iel.nl ol L.tioti ou that and olhci evil, which, at' a suin w J 1 1 Ml "TVHI. COMSISll III. Nil lllf I'IHm o" ' . ii i- i l-l-.J I c I 1 II i It . s ' . l-r" r'lI,- v" . - ...... i" in I ..... .. n.....l.l I... t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 10 January 1856

WEEKLY STAT IWionul gltmdtratic.- lctospitpct- ilcuolcb lo Union ani) ruc fnteste of dmrnttj.' I,. SPAXN & NORMAN, g'DBUSllEEXfcmJl'U'tSDAY MORN INGJOB DOLLARS A YEAR. C PROPRIETORS. VOLUME XV. IiWIAiAlM)JLiy, INDIANA, THUItS DAY MORNING, JANUARY lO, 1S5G. NUMBER 81. i IDcckln Sentinel. FCBLISHSD EVERT THURSDAY MOUSING OX A MAMMOTH SHEET, AT .TWO DOIXAIIS PER YEAH, IX VARIABLY IN ADVANCE Z3 A.Urs. Port-paid, SPANS & 50RMAN. InJianapoltSi I nil. v.- 'Central Dictation." - . --v We do not propose to get angry or call hard names because a few of our Democratic coteraporaiies and their correspondents have seen fit to regard with suspicion an article "which appeared in the Sentinel some two weeks since in relation to the approaching Slate (Convention. In that article, it may be Yemembered, we s"d it was possible that the " -'"''nn rri'jVj adorsome other ratio of .-..ruiion than that recommended by tinj State Central Committee, and that there, fore it might be well...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 10 January 1856

311 INDIANAPOLIS: THURS3DAY MORNING. JAN. 10. 1F5G. (J"The proceedings of the Convention, vhich. we publish iu our columns to-day, were Tcported by C W. Cottora, Esq., and our readers and the delegates will thank him for the f tithfulne-a and accuracy with which he discharged the arduous task. The Democratic Slate Convention and lt Nominations. The State Convention which assembled at the Capitol ou' Tuesday was one of the lar-g-st deliberative assemblies ever convened in Indiana, and one whose acts will, we have no doubt, be productive of the most beneficial result to the Democracy of our noble State. The Convention was composed of the bone and sinew of the party men in whom the people have been wont to repose confidence, vul nbn have never proved themselves un worthy of the confidence thus reposed. Ra-.-n delegate felt that he had an important duty t'i perform, and he set about to discharge ihai duty with a full sense of the responsi blHiy resting upon him. We must refer our reader...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 10 January 1856

I ht -Sftttinfl TaxDE or Ixdiaxapoli. We continue our notices of the trvJe of Indianapolis, and nave selected, rs the tusia for our present article, the shii ments by the Jell'ersonville Railroad from this city during the past year. and also the receipts by the same road for the same period. We only mention the principal articles of export and import taking the stiples of our own State for the former an I the rrticU-s of u.ir, molasses:, coffee, etc., for the litter; ana nnkir.j; no note of any way shipments, but merely of the articles forwarded through from Indianapolis to Louisville, and from Louisville to Indianapolis. Ourretders will see from this statement that the business transacted hen as indicated by the shipment over but one railroad, is much more extensive than they had imagined. We shall have similar statement from all the other Railroad?, which we will publish hereaf.er. Forwarded from Indianapolis to Louis- Com, No.of bushels, l8Ji Meal " " Oat, " 3i, Feeds,' 4.41 Pota...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 10 January 1856

nttind. - First Fruit of Sectionalism. The lecond month of the session of ConTeas has come and iagoinp, and still the House of Representatives is without a presiding officer. Two ot three hour are each day spent in angry debate, and two or three more n Wlotinj, when the members adjonrn to heir com forUbl quarters, and the people are eft to foot the score emountin to thouanda of dollars a day. Kever before was uch a scene witnessed .it the seat of j?vernfT'. .Atmt.v V j Taiw timM ainen a organization witness! the strifes of ron- endin; parties. Angry debates on the floors f Congress frequently occurred. But i all the strifes and contentions of parties, yctional fueling had little to do. The mem d:S of Ongrais were tho representatives of -no ccthe other of the two great national srties which then had an existence. They stf .i-.jlrd for the trinmph of great injures whicli they believed calculated to advance the r.roirity of the country and tho happi ces3 of the people, without regard t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1856

f T ( a A - 1 WEEKLY tiki - ii i.Mo , : t ftational democratic llctoayr- geifotA; to ji luioit aub fac Interests of te (llountnif ; ' -VSt Si'AN'X NORMAN', : ; ; PUBLISIIE1) EVERY TlIUltSIAYlISGrATTTWO DOLLARS A YEAIt , V - CPROntlETOBS. VOLU3IE XV. IXDIAiVAPOLIS, INDIANA, T11URS DAY MORNING, JANUARY l7j 1S5G, llleekh) Sentiitel. rUBLISUBD EVERY THURSDAY MOBXIXO 02J A ' " MAMMOTH SHEET, AT TVO DOLLARS PER YEAR," I VARIABLY 15 ADVANCE AUJrew, Po.t-plU, SPAX & NORMA. Indlanapolii, Ind- Democratic national Convention. The National Executive Committee which assembled at Washington oq the 8th, fixed on the first Monday in June as the time for holding the Democratic Convention at Cincinnati.- The Convention The Platform. - The result of the deliberations of the De- "-'. Crrrreruiors, -whioK MMnblp!' . , ..wvL ailie. the fccpes . . .juiioa Know NotbingVand the fear of many Democrats. Instead of that accrimonioua strife for nominations and bitter contentions between politicians ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1856

iDccklu Sentinel. 'INlIANAPOLIS: TflUKSSDAY MORNING, JAN. 17. 1855." "We do not proposa to discuss with our neighbor of the Journal tlie propriety or ex pedieucy of Northern students in Southern college intermeddling with the subject of slavery t delivering diatribes on iu sinful ness or unchristian character. -Ye suppose there i aa unreconcilable difference of pin iou between our neighbor and ourselves ou this subject. -In our opinion there is a spe c? i cum.ty among well bred gentlemen w twe i ititei puses a barrier to the discussion o f subjects which are'disagreeable to either. WiUt4ut pretehding to be the defenders of slavery, which we are not, we can yet say thai these northern student who persist in de uoamrirg. slavery- and slaveholders in J.utiern college where more than threef.unths of the indents are the sons of slaveholders, are in our opinion, destitute of those finer traits ot character which should constitute ercry true gentleman. If the student r th-ir parents are o ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1856

0ffhlij k friiirifl. Electors and Delegates. A number of error having occurred in the list of Elector and Delegates totho National Cor.Tention, we republish tha list in a correctel form: Ilrst District. Elector William F. Pitrrott, of Warrick. Contingent Win. C. Moreau, of Spencer. Delegates to National Conveution Turner kelson, of Posey; Joha C. Heberd, of Krox. Contingents Wm. B Richardson, of Spencer; Jaraes Dick, of Kt ox. 43 Second District. Diatrict Elector Simeon K. Wolfe, of Harrison. Contingent Elector Ballard Smith, of Perry. Delegates to National Convention P. II. Kent, of Floyd, and David S. Hufiktetter, of Qrarge. Contirigent Delegates P. II. Jewett, of Scott, and Houston Miller, of Crawford. Third District. District Elector Samuel W. Short, of Lawrence. Contingent Elector Jeptha D. New, of Jennings. " Delegates to National Convention R. W. Akin, of Monroe; and Samuel P. Mooney of Jackson. Contingent Delegates Thomas Armstrong suul Jaine-i LL Yawter. Fou'th District. . ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1856

CoEgrattioaaL ' W'ASBixeTOS, Jan. 9. The Senata IS not in wtsssion. Hoc. The Hduw assembled at nooa to-.day.w-heii Mr. Smith, of iowa, defended the Democratic party and the President from ihe chrg that taey are rtuponsil.Irt for the Don-organization of th Ho. Mr. Whitney defended Ue lection of the Philadelphia Platform de- clAriug that the Amcricaa party w as uot against individual bat a-jainst a ysura and tbe prinr tjile of tbe Romish Church. Mr. Knight offered s resolution for the eleciion of Speaker by pUr&iiry. which u laid on the tabid by 11 nvo-itv. - - l'h 'House then res.nme.-i hallotinj; for Si-k.f. when the 93th ballot resulted as fol- Huk, 97; Richardson, 72; Fuller. 33; Peuiiio'm, 7; scattering, 5; necessary t Vil:cc, " " Dunr th Toiing Tarious gentlemen defied thrir Mitiat and avverai vainly eudeavorcd to draw out Mr. Banks, to aay whether htv w as now a tue-rubcr of the American Order. Va9h.ioto.. Jan. 9 A. M-Tr-Suuthern mail has not arrired, nor has the Se...

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