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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 April 1848

August Election. The following announcements re made, subject to the decision of the Democratic count j convention : For Representatives. Gen. JAMES P. DRAKE, GEORGE A. CHAPMAN, DANIEL MOORE. . For Sheriff. ELI HAVERSTICK, JACOB VANDEGRIFF. For Recorder. CHARLES STEPHENS, ZENAS LAKE, JOHN S. ALLEN. Democratic Mass üleetin? or Marion Co. At a Mass Meeting of the Democrats of Marion county, held at the Court House, in Indianapolis, on Saturday, the 8tli of April, 1843, composed of citizens from every township in the county, N. Bolton, of Centre township, wa appointed President; John Perry, of Lawrence, David Shields and David Buchanan, of Warren, and John Draper, of Pike, VicePresidents, and A. Vines, Secretary. The President, on takinjv the chair, remarked, that the meeting had been called by the Democratic State Convention, through the State Central Committee, for the purpose of making arrangements for the approaching elections in August and November. He was pleased to witness bo la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 April 1848

Catuzp&jx, Vincznses, March 30th 1843. My dear Mr. Chapman : You will oblige me very much should you spare a little angle in your independent and excellent paper, to publish the 'Tastoral .Letter of your amiable and truly apostolic bishop, Dr. Eazin, whose mild and eay deportment have won for himself and the holy cause which he advocates, the warm admiration of his numerous acquaintances. I hope that ere lonjj the infant church of Indiana, will have cause to hail the accession of our beloved and very venerable bishop with delight, to. the admin istration ci this ancient and time-honored watchtower of catholicity in the West. With respect, I remain, my dear Mr. Chapman, vour very sincere and devoted friend, PATRICK JOSEPH MURPHY. Late resident of Indianapolis. PASTORAL LETTE It, Of the Right R:v. Bishop of Yincennes.JoM SteVEJf Bazix, by the grace of God and the appointment of the Apostolic See, Bishop of Yincennes, to the Clergy and Laity of our Dwcess : Gräce to you and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 April 1848

I.VDIAXArOLIS, A IM! 1 1. 15, 1848. More Treachery ! . i :j ii ., w - nutiier trviaence ei uie worunessnes oi uje inüiana Journal' professions, is to be found in the fact that it has throicn General Taylor overboard, as a po litical Jonah! Our whig readers will hardly be able to believe this, after all that the Journal has said in his favor for a year past, but they will find the proof! in the Journal of the 14th inst. Not only is Taylor tKitfl a fl m rn A Wl 1 I ! r- n n .1 ..I t A A. 1 1.. .1 ' thus summarily disposed of, but the go by is also given to Sir. Clat, whose claims and chances for tho whig nomination, are not deemed worthy of a single word ! Such vacillation and weakness, as well as such treachery, as this, ahows as plainly as the most open confession could do, how desperate the Journal considers the chances of whiggery at this time. The Journal now expresses itself in favor of the nomina tion of Judge McLean, on the ground that he is a better whig than Sir. Taylor! Who...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 April 1848

Snbiaua State Bt nttod. KV tm HAL VICILAKCK II THE PKICE Of LlieTT. I l I V A IM) LIS, A I KI 1. 20. IS4S. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of tlie Weekly Indiana Slale Sentinel: fj-Faymeuts to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.00 Three copies, one year, ö.(M) -ive copies, ore year, 8.00 Ton copies, one year, 15.00 Twenty copies, one year, Ü0.OÜ Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One opy, 4.00 Three copies, $10.00 One copy during the Session, 1.00 C-Sec first page Semi-Weekly. PRESIDENTIAL. ELECTORS. HEN AT0BI.il ROBERT DALE OWEN, of Posey County. EBENEZER M. CHAMBERLAIN, of Elkhart county. MSTKICT. 1. NATHANIEL ALBERTfON, of Hsirison county. 2. CYRÜS L. DUNHAM, of Washington county. 3. WILLIAM M. MrCARTY, of Franklin county. 4. CHARLES II. TEST, cf Wayne county. 6. JAMES RI ICHEY, of Johnsou county. 6. GEORGE W. CA RR, of Lawrence county. 7. 8. 9. 10. IIEXRY SEC REST, of Putnam county. DANIEL MACK, of Tippec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 April 1848

From the Union, April 8. The Debate in llic cii.tic on the IVtiicii Congratulatory Ulcsoltitions. aiir. II A IV IV EG AX'S SPEECH. "We have not room this morning for the whoi? of the interesting debate in the Senate on Thursday, on the resolution of congratulations to the French people; but we cheerful make space fur the very eloquent speech cf the chairman of the committee on foreign relations, Air. Hannegan, who introduced the resolutions in response to the President' message. We will endeavor at an early day tu give the whole of this interesting debate. Jlr. IIANNEG AN aaid : I will not detain the Senate by entering into any detail of the events which we have all read in the newspapers with regard to what has recently transpird in France. It is enough to refer the senator from Connecticut to those details, as furnishing an answer to the objection that nothing , has been done to warrant congratulations from America to France. Sir. NILES. The senator entirely misunderstood me. I ea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 April 1848

t The Laic Citizen Kin? of the French. lei. ..; J'U' 1 Hall:,;.' uul tue Lt t!.iS vi iiia e.ile frm France re marked villi so Btrnnjre a ro mance. Mid with such a singular reverse of.forlunc, that we Blin.ll lay the account of hi adventures before our readers to-morrow. Meantime, we give as a more seasonable article the following extract from one of the last London Times. The King seems to have lost all Lis preaence of mind all his morel courage and was indebted to the eelf-posscssion of liiä wife for man of the facilities of escape. The fact is, the King has not fallen with dignity ; and the very ; circumstances of his retreat are bo much calculatrd to lower him in the opinion of the French, that they alone would contribute to cut off his return to power. Union. From the London Times. Marek Atk . The French Revolution. It is with the preatest pleasure that we announce the safe arrival of the last and most illustrious instalment of the "royal fugitives" on these shores. For a whole ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 April 1848

INDIANAPOLIS, APRIL 22. 1848. To Correspondents. K. H. B , Flcat ac.t View. Tb tarai of subscription of A. II., A.J., and J. L.haa xpirJ, which account! for lksir not receiving their papera. J. N.,Wincheter. The othr X X arrived ufeljr. Tlew aay to B. McC. that there ia no fault In pari or the potto (Tit a hare. We cannot account lor the failure, eicept from the late high water. P. H. L., Andereon. Did not get your letter till the aecond day after It waa left. We have not had a printed form left for month. We make them oat a yon do Irom the law. Will no tic your other Htm in another place. THAT WOOD LA1Y !! Notice is hereby given to all those who sell and deliver Wotd in Indianapolis, that a public meeting will be beld on Monday the 1st day of May, ia the Court House in Indianapolis, to adapt measuses concerning the sale and delivery of Wood in said City. The meeting to take place at ten o'clock A. M. April, 20th, 1319. MANY CITIZENS. County Convention. The Democratic County Convent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 April 1848

3nömtm State Sentinel. ITIRRiL TlftlLADCE IS THE JPajCB OF 1UUTT. "nniAAPOns, aiuii, 27. tsT Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of ij. Weekly Indiana Slate Sentinel: CrPayments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 rive copies, one year,. 8.00 Tn copies, one year, 15.00 Twenty copies, one year, Ü0.00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three tiroes a week during the session.) One copy, 81.00 J Three copies, $10.00 One copy durin the session, 1.00 ritESIDESTIAl. ELECTOKS. XHATOBIAL. ROBERT DALE OWKN. of Posey County. KBL.NEZER M. CHAMBERLAIN, of Elkhart county. DirraicT. 1. NATHANIEL ALBERIXJN, of Harrison county. 2. CYRUS L DUNHAM, of Washington county. 3. WILLIAM M. McCARTY, tf Franklin county. 4. CHARLES II. TEST, of Wayne county, ft. JAMES RITCHEY, of Johnson county. 5. GEORGE W. CARR, of Lawrence county. 7. HENRY SEC REST, of Putnam county. 8. DANIEL MACE, of Tippecanoe county. 9. GRAHAM N. FITCH, of On county. 10. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 April 1848

Three Days Later from EUROPE ! REVOLUTION IN LOMBARDY COMPLETE. KING OF BAVARIA COMPELLED TO ABDICATE. KING OF HANOVER YIELDING DEMANDS OF THE PEOPLE. TO RUSSIA REFUSING TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE FRENCH REPUBLIC. REVOLUTION IN POLAND CONFIRMED. GENOA A REPUBLIC, &c. &c. New York April 19. 15494 P. M. Editor Ohio Statesman : The packet Duchess d Orleans, has arrived from Havre, bringing three days later intelligence from Europe. The kinjj of Frussia has been dethroned, and his Minister imprisoned by his subjects, in arms for free principles. The Prince Royal has escaped to England. AH the Polish prisoners have been liberated. The revolution in Lombardy is complete, but bloody. The Arch Duke Stephen has been appointed Viceroy of Hungary. The Kin nf Bavaria has abdicated his throne in favor of the Prince Royal, who ascends the throne under the title of Maximilian II. The Milanese, after a bloody battle, obtained possession of the city. The Kin g of Hanover has acceded ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 April 1848

l orcln lilntters. Frajcc Pissiso iwii or the Fame. A correepon.leni of lit d. Y. Herald, writing Iroiu Pari, tin tl 21 i my: The panic has passed by, and the effect have nl been productive of great evils the penpl feel grenl confidence, in Ihe slab ilny and punty f Um provisional government; and that ilieir finance are becoming daily mure and more unproved, mint ia in lull operniion, converting old silver into fraud, and more than a million f the new coin was put in circulation (be first two or ihre days. The bunk pays out specie to masters, t bt paid to their workmen; and every claaa of the Livring peorle have withdrawn their demands upon j the government, for any melioration in their condition ol labor r .r the present; and the journal are tilled wiin llie lioikra of Ihe donations of workmen of different classes, and of their societies, in money to the public treasury. Su:ns of him 50 to 2000 franca aro daily and almost hourly flowing into ihe treasury, Irom contributions of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 May 1848

l.MHAXAl'QUS. AIMtlL 29. IH-tH. County Convention. The Democratic County Convention, fur the nomination of candidates for the August election, will take sosjd on the last Saturday in May, (27th.) at 10 o'clock, A. M. Let every township send delegates. 07-A ecamp calling himself Möns. F. Charton, the great horse doctor of America," and formerly of Louisville, Kentucky, soroo months ago cheatej us out of some $7. This rascal not only cheated us, but killed at least one fine horse which he undertook to doctor. lie oujrht to be in the Penitentiary, nodoubt. and perhaps has served an apprenticeship in some such institution. The public should be on their guard I cgainst him. Mr. Van Deusen, the Blind Minstrel," we observe has been singing at Madison. It may be well enough for the printers to know that the gentleman forgot to pay a small bill which he contracted at this office a few weeks ago. Two or three dollars is not much, to be sure ; but we should prefer to give it away, rather than ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 May 1848

Snftiatm State 0cntincL KT ESSAI V16ILASCE II THE fftlCB OF lUUTTi ll)IAAl'OLIS, MAY 4. 1H48. Our Terras. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: CO"r ajmcnts to be made alwaya in advance. One copy, one year. $2.00 Three copies, one year, Five copies, one year, . Ten copies, one year, Twenty copies, one year, 5.0O 8.00 15.00 20.00 Scmi-Weekljr. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, SL00 Three copies, 10.00 One copy during the session, 100 PRCSIDITVTIAL EL.ECTOKS. SEXAT0IIAL. ROBERT DALE OWEV. of Posey County. EB&NEZER M. CHAMBERLAIN, of Elkhart county. DISTRICT. 1. NATHANIEL ALBERTSON, of Hairison county. 2. CYRUS L. DUNHAM, of Washington county. . 3. WILLIAM M. McCARTY, of Franklin comity. 4. CHARLES H. TEST, of Wayne county. 5. JAMES RITCHEY, of Johnson county. 6. GEORGE W. CA RR, of Lawrence county. 7. HENRY SECREST, of Putnam county. 8. DANIEL MACE, of Tipnecsno eoucty. 9. GRAHAM N. FITCH, of C....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 May 1848

The Two Clays. Notwithstanding the State Journal appears to think, that no duent trcs Ehuld copy the letter of Cassiua M. Clay to Iii' uncle Henrj, which recently appeared in the N. Y. Courier & Enquirer, we venture to repuMih it, because it contains some acknowledgments which the people ought to see. - Niw Yoik, April 13, 1S43. Hm. HekitClati Simt In tbe Tribuntot this morning, I find a letter dated. Ashland, April 10th, 1S43, over your signature. The letter it addressed, 1 presume, to lb American people. If I did not know you well, tbe intervening space of three day only between its date and its arrival bere, would lead ma to suspect its authenticity. If your determination to allow your name to go before the Thilipelpbia Convention at a candidate for the Presidency bad been in accordaoce merely wilh your wishes and individual judgment, I should have kept a respectful silence. But at your determination is based upon the supposed interest of the Whig Tarty, I shall ventu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 May 1848

Levi Wooebury. The Democrat of New Hampshire present tlie name of Levi Woodecrt to the Democracy of iLe Uhion for the nomioation at the Baltimore Convention. The following are the resolutiona adopted at Fortemouth N. II. The party throughout the whole Union have unlimited confidence in Judge Wooeburt's devotion to sound principles and great ability. If nominated, he will be sustained with enthusiasm and success. int. Louis Union. Resolved, That the political struggle through which we have just passed, in view of the critical position of the country encaged in a righteous and unavoidable foreign war, and violently assailed by traitorous foes within, was one of the most important political contests ever had in this State the paramount issue having1 been whether the government should be sustained in the vigorous prosecution of the war as the only ineaus of obtaining an early, honorable, and satisfactory peace, or whether the arm of the Executive should b paralyzed in the midst of our a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 May 1848

IXniAAPOHS, MAY C, 1848. Send in th8 names, friends, as soon as possible, or some will be disappointed in getting full files. We desire to know as near as may be, bow many thousands to print. The time is short. 0- Correspondents must make their communications SHORT; otherwise we cannot find time to read, much less room to publish them. We can't afford an acre of space for the expression of a single idea. Look at the advertisement of Mr. Frink, for an exhibition, at the Court House, on Tuesday evening next. He it highly spoken of in Cincinnati and other papers. Fat Cattle. George Tlant will, on Wednesday, 17tli inst., exhibit some very fine fat cattle on Washington street, to which he invites the attention of every body. He will cut up some of the same beef in market on the following Saturday. C"Mr. Niles has introduced to the Senate a resolution in favor of coining quarter dimes, two and a half cent pieces. We wish that he bad also proposed the coining of gold dollars. We need the q...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 May 1848

SutuaiiQ Btatc BtnttncL ETCBKAI. TieiCABCE II THE F&ICK OF LIBEKTY. nUIASAI'OIJS, MAY 11, 184. Our i'enii. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: ' OrPaymeats to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $"2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 Fhe copies, one year, 8.00 Ton copies, one year, 15.00 Twenty copies, one year, iJO.OO 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 PKES1UOTIAL EL.ECTOKS. SEHAT0XIAL. ROBERT DALE OWEN, of Poey County. EBENEZER. M. CHAMBERLAIN, of Elkhart county. D1STKICT. 1. NATHANIEL ALBERTSON, of Harrison county. 2. CYRUS L. DUNHAM, of Washington county. 3. WILLIAM M. McCARTY, of Franklin county. 4. CHARLES H. TKST, of Wayne county. 5. JAMES RITCHEY, of Johnson county. 6. GEORGE W. CARR, of Lawrence county. . 7. HENRY SECRKST, of Putuarn county. 8. DANIEL MACE, of Tippecanoe county. 9. GRAHAM N. FITCH, of C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 May 1848

Message of rhc I'resitleiil relative to x Yucatan. To the Senate and Hjusc of Representatives of the United States : I submit, for the consideration or Congress, several communications received at the Department of State fiom 3Tr. Justo Sierra, commissioner or Yucatan, and aUo a communication from the governor of that State, representing the condition of extreme suffering to which their country has been reduced by an insurrection of the Indian within its limits, and asking the aid of the United States. The communications present a case of human suffering and misery which cannot lail to excite the sympathies of all civilized nations. From these and other sources of information, it appears that the Indians of Yucatan are waging a war of extermination against the white race. In this cruel war, they spare neither age nor sex, but put to death indiscriminately, all who fall within their power. The inhabitants, panic-stricken and destitute of arms, are flying before their savage pursuers ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 May 1848

CO" Here is a, goJ rticle from the Philadelphia Ledger, which we hope none of our' readers will pas over: Military Politicians. "When Gen. Scott undertook the command of the army in Mexico, we said that he would nobly redeem himself from" the nvrk ward position into which he had strutted with Iiis 'hasty plate of soup." We knew our man. We knew that, if a peacock or a turkey-cock out of the camp, he was a game ctck within it. And nvst nobly did he fulfill the expectations of . I1 who justly appreciated his military character. The laurels which he won for the country and himself, at Vera Cruz, Cerro Gordo, Contrera Churubusco, will flourish while the country exists, or it history is extant. Cut unfjrtunjtvly for General -Scott, his duties in the field wen expended or ended ; and true to his instinct of Inordinate vanity, he laid aside Frederick and Marshal Saxe, and put on Ancient Pistol. Had he been put in cLse confinement and a straight waistcoat, when he ceased to have a campaign ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 May 1848

i.niAAPOI,IS MAY 13, 1S4S. Scientific Experiments. Mr. Frink has lately been performing some very interesting experiments in this city with an Oxy-hydrogcn Microscope; and also by tl.e exhibition of other chemical ones, has amused and gratified numbers of our citizens. "We hope that wherever he may go, he may bo as liberally patronized as his gentlemanly manners while here, and the interest of his exhibition, entitle him. Ax Important Error Corrected. Our attention has been directed to an important error committed by the compositor and over-looked by the procf-reader, iu'the letter from Gen. Taylor to Hon. George II. Dunn, it occurs in the following paragraph : 'On reference to the records of official papers in the office of my Adjutant General, I find no evidence t.'iat the proceedings cf the Court of Inquiry, instituted at the request of Gen. Lane, were sent to me. To the best of my recollection they certainly were not. In the absence of Major Bliss, my Adjutant General, I cannot ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 May 1848

3nMauq 0tntc Sentinel. KTttWAL VICItAWCE 1 THE rICK OF LIltETT. ' I.IIAAIMCIS, 3IAV 18, 1S4S. Our Terms. v The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Slate Sentinel: OrPayments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.00 Three copies, one year, ö.OO ?ive copies, one year, ? ...... 8.00 Ten copies, one year, - .......i.. ...... . .15.00 Twenty copies, one year, 20.00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, $-00 j Three copies, 10.00 One copy during the session, 1.00 rilCüIUOTZAL EL.ECTOKS. SESATOIIAU ROBKRT DALE OWEN, of Poiey County. tBt.NEZER M. CHAMBERLAIN, of Kikhart county. nsraicT.- - 1. NATHANIEL ALBERION, of Harrison county. 2. CYRUS L. DUNHAM, of Wasbmgton coonty. 3. WILLIAM M. McCARTY, of Franklin eounty.4. CHARLES H. TEST, of Wtyne county. 6. JAMES HITCH EV, of Johnsoo county. 6. GEORGE W. CA RR, of Lawrence county. 7. HENRY SECREST, of Putnam county. 8. DANIEL MACE, of Tippecanoe county, f. GRAHA...

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