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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 September 1848

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF TUE PEOPLE OCTß'e 011 Illinois Hired, North of Washington. BY CIIAPMAflS &TSPANN. fcSrThe Slate Sentinel will contain a mucli larger amount of reading matter, on all subject of general interest, than any otiier newspaper in Indiana. TIIC SEM I-WEEKLY EDITION I J published every Wednesday and Saturday, and! during the session of the Legislature, three times a. Four Dollars a yta't payable always in advance. THE WCCKLY EOITIOX I published every Thursday, at Tico Dollar a year, always to be paid in adrance. $1 in advance will pay for nix months. S5 will pay for lliree copies one year. Pers rs remitting $10 in advance, free of postage, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year.. $2 will pay fr six month-. $1 will always be charged for the Tri-Wcekly, and 00 cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted three times at Si a square cf eight lines, and be continued at the rate of twenty five ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 September 1848

Snütttm State Sentinel. BtlHl VICILAIICE l THL ftlCC Cf UltKTT. IXDIAXirOLIS, SEIT. 14, 1849. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of Hie Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: (vpPayments to be made alway in advance. One copy, one vear, r'nn Three copies, one year, am five copies, one year, ; Ten copte. one year, in m Twenty copies, one year. -W-W (Published three lime a week during the session.) One copy, Three copies, $10.00 One corv during the session. 1-00 FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. LEWIS CASS, OF MICHIGAN. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, GEN. WM. O. BUTLER, OF KENTUCKY. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. SEKATOatAL. ROBERT DALE OWEN, of Poey Cootjtj. KBEN'EZER M. CHAMBERLAIN, of Elkhart county. DISTaiCT. 1. NATHANIEL ALBERTSON, of Harrison county. 2. CYRUS L. DUNHAM, of Washington county. 3. WILLIAM M. McCARTY, of Franklin county. 4. CHARLES H. TEST, of Wayne eoontjr. 5. JAMES R ITC HEY, of Johnson comity. 6. GEORGE W. CARR, of Lawrence cuunty. 7. JAMES M. HA NN A, of Hay county. 8. DANIET...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 September 1848

From the Union. "The Constitution as it is." Tnc so-styled orteTvative party of the country is now avowedly laboring to break Iowa the veto powerone of the miia checks od balances upon the working of the constitution, which it Cramers wisely inserted in its provisions. The National Intellijencer cf Saturday contains some half a dozeu columns t'f declamation agaiust this feature of the constitution. Instead of any replj of our own to all this conservative labor, we copy the following paragraphs (as we find them cited in the Georgia Constitutionalist,) from that eminent whig authority, the late Mr. Justice Siory, in his Commentaries on the Constitution. It has not escaped observation, that General Taylor, in pledging himself, as be has done in his Allison letter, against the feto, and in favor of any legislation uhaletrr by Congress on the most important subjects of our national policy, has not seemed to understand precisely the nature of the pledge he was making; for, at the very sam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 September 1848

BY TELEGHAI'II. New York, Sept. G. 3 P. M. Th steamship Washington arrived at 2 P. il. this aftrrnnon, from Southampton, whence she sailed on the islet August. The potato crop in Ireland, and throughout the kiBgdom, was sutlering severely. It was feared that an outbreak would lake place in Taris Monday, 21st, on which day the debate in the Chamber would commence on the reports of the trials of the June Insurgents. Gen. Cavaignae had a large force around the walls; sufficient, it was believed, to suppress any outbreak. Charles Albert, who his recently been entirely defeated by the Austrian, it is said, is desirous to abdicate. The Emperor of Austria had returned to Vienna. The mediation of France and England in the affair of Italy and Austria has leen succesful. The Italian Chamber of Deputies unanimously accepted the tfler of Frenth mediation. The terms proposed are more favorable t Austria, and there is now a probability that peace will be rebtorcd. IRELAND. John Martin, editor of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 September 1848

-yfs X I.MJIANAI'OLIS, SEIT'll 10, 1S4S. Honor i Iii Volunteers. The Committee of Arrangements for the Great Democratic Festival on the 4th of October next, in honor of the Indiana troops engaged in the Mexican war, have the pleasure of announcing tu their fellow Citizens throughout the Slate, that they have made arrangements, with much promise of success, for that great and interesting occasion. A free Barbecue will be prepared, at or arljoining the city of Indianapolis, and, in order tu carry it forward, with success, a general committee, consisting f citizens of Indianapolis, has been appointed, whose duty it will be to procure subscriptions in provisions, and superintend every thing connected with the din ner. This committee is to be assisted bv committees in the several townships, who will immediately call j Mie auenuonoi meir respective neignuornooas 10 me ; uuicii aiiu areiai me viriir-iai vstniiiiiiiitrc III I'll tui liiü ' ...k . ,.r . ... 1 . . ., , I . ' e0m nnrri !I mn r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 September 1848

3ntriatta State Sentinel. KTCtJIAL VIOILARCK IS THE fllCC OF LISMTT. IXDIAWArOLIS, SClTMt 31. 1848. Our TtTms. The following will hereafter be the permanent term or the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: $X Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one vear, Three cop;es, one year, ...... 500 8.00 r ive epics, ore year, Ti'.'i upli.'s, one year,. ........ Twenty c pi-?s, one ys-ar, 15.CC tfJ.OO Semi-Weekly (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy........ 4.00 Three copies, $10.00 One copy durin? th iwgion. 1.00 FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. LEWIS CASS, OF MICHIGAN. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. GEN. WE O. BUTLER, OF KENTUCKY. PRESIUCIHTIAL ELECTORS. SEHATOBlAU ROBERT DALE OWfcN, of Pussy County. EBENEZER M. CHAMBERLAIN, of Elkbirt coaoty. Dirrsicr. 1. NATHANIEL A LD ERTHON, of Harrison eouDljr. 2. CYRUS L. DUNHAM, of Washington county. 3. WILLIAM M. McCARTY, of Franklin county. 4. CHARLES II. TEST, of Wayne county. 6. JAMES RITCHEY, of Johnon county. 6. GEORGE W. CARR, of Liwietic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 September 1848

I) II co 1: i: ks io: d ex ck. GRKK5IBURG, Isd., Sept. 1G, 1348. To the Editors of tho Stntinel: Our district nitelirig closed jesterday, at 2 o'clock, amidst the greatest eiilliuissas all went home resolved to carry Ibis district for the accomplished Case and the gallant Culler bv one thousand inajotiif, ft I least, ia November. Notwiibsian&.ng the unfavorable appearance of the weather on Thursday moroiug though dark clouds, threatening torrenU of raiti, hung over the heavens on all sides, at an early hour the hardy yeomanry, the 44 bona and sinew" of iliat country, gau pouriug in from all quarters, bearing bannen Willi appropriate inscriptions, and flags gaily floating on the morning-breeze, while) brilliant atraina of martial music broke upon Ota ear front all quarters. The scene was quite aniinatiug and well calculated to elate the democracy of Decatur, and inspire them with a nop ol redeeming tbe country from whig rale, or misrule. The meeting was organized at the c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 September 1848

a rent Wilis ilrmoiistrution for Clay niiil Fillmore 1 Txo Meetings at Vaurh'tU 10,000 Assembled. lUnry Clay is upnin in tie field fur the Presidency ! Tlie Clajr men of New York, willi the New York Tribune, the ablest whig Jatr in the country by ill odds, at their head, are moving with a mighty effort to preserve the wlii party from destruction by wresting it from Taylor and placing Clay tgiiM at its bead ! The Tribune in introducing the proceedings of the meeting, remarks: "The great Clay rally, a call fur which was pub lished in The Tribune of yesterday, came off last nijfbt (Sept. 7) at Vauxhall. It was one of the largest, and by all (kMs, the most enthusiastic political gathering which has been field in our city this year, equaling even that of last February at Cistle Garden. The mot excited tf the Iriali meetings which have lately been he'd at the sam? place, did not exceed the j overpowering feeling which was manifested on this occasion. It showed at least, that however the m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 June 1849

idia:v.4poi,is JI AU 9, 1819. IV ew Volumes. ; on ne-- volumes of the State Sentinel, viz: Volume? IX of tho Weekly, and Volume V of the Semiwe'll. It is usual among the fraternity, on entering new volumes, !o hold a social confab with their readers; and it too frequently is the case, that extraordinary promises are mails as to a fu'ure course, which are quite as freien ijyw;6t performed, if we have met the wishes- ?ur friends in the now nearly eleven years' that we have catered fur thetn and that without cne single ommUskm in the way of regular publication we are sali-(ied. That we have done s, a respectable list of natrons is some evidence. That we have picked all U nut to bo expected. But in endeavoring to do so, nt least so far as such an herculean task can le accomplished, we hate spared no pains rior expense no labor, mental or, physical. But our friends should remember that it is by their aid alone that we ca:i progress in this business. Apathy on Iheirpart, is death to u3. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 June 1849

Sutnflim State Sentinel. E1CRXAL tlGILAKCE IS THE PBICC OF LIIEITT. Wckly paper, ft'J a yenrS mi Weekly. S4 a year. ix n i a 4 im Li s, juari: 14. tsio. DJi.MOCItATIC KOJIIXATIOXS. FOR GOVERNOR. JOSEPH A. WRIGHT, OF PARKE COUNTY. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. JAMES H. LANE, OF DEARBORN COUNTY. FOR CONGRESS FIFTH DISTRICT. WILLIAM. BROWN. MARION COUNTY IJEJIOCKATIC KOJ11XATIOXS. For Senator, HENRY BRADY. n ... 5 WILLIAM ROBSON, For Representatives, ISAAC W. HUNTER. For Clerk, WILLIAM STEWART. r . . , . , JE. N. SHIMER. For Associate Judges, jsAMUEL CORY. For Co. Com'r.. 3i District, THOS. F. STOUT. For Assessor, TO LIVER L. HARLIN. Democratic State A. G. rORTKR, DAVID RKYNOLDS. DR. L. DUNLAP, WM. II. MORRISOV, GEO. A. CHAPMAN. Out ml Committee. DR. A. GALL, C. G. WERBE, N. BOLTON, FRANCIS KING. GEN. J. P. DRAKE. JOSEPH A. V RIGHT, A candidate for Governor, will be with Mr. Matson at hit appointments commencing at Danville, on Saturday the Sd day or June, and ending at Huntington, on Satur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 June 1849

col. üexto.vs srnxii, TO TUE PEOPLE OF MISSOURI DELIVERED IN THE CAPITAL. fContinutd.J I Jo'hni quote tliia conduct of Mr. Calhoun In giving the answers which he did to Mr. Monroe's interrogatories, for the purpose of tir.dicating the right of Congress to prohibit or abolish slavery in territories. When 1 feel it necessary to vindicate that right, I shall have resource to very different authority from that which con be quoted on every eide of every question it ever touch d. 1 quote it for a very different purpose for the purpose of shutting up the mouths of his f J lowers a a completely a3 it shut up his own from the dav he was confronted with it. From that day to the present he has never mentioned his rcsolu lions : never caneu lor mat vo.e umu mew wmt.ii e declared himaelf determined to have when he introduccd them! ! In giving hia cabinet support, where his voice was ; potr-nti I. to the abolition of slavery over a million of square units in Louisiana, Mr. Calhoun did more . t 11...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 June 1849

col. iiextox's srrncii, TO THE PEOPLE OF MISSOURI DELIVERED IX THE CAPITAL. jEFrERsox Cur, May 26, 1849. CmzEs: I have received certain resolutions from the Geoeral Assembly of Missouri, denying the rijlit of Cnngrrs to legislate upon the subject of slavery in Territories asertiri jj the riirht of the citizens of every State to remove to the Territories acquired by the Hood and treasure cf the whole Union, with thejr property declaring it to be an insult to the States to exclude any of their cit iz ::- from eo removing and settling with thiir property alleging euch insult to Ie the caure of alienation among th States, and ultimately of disunion; and instructing the Senators of Ihe State, and requesting its Representatives to vote in conformity to the resolves e. adored. Th"Je instructions, t.f which I now only give the pubtance, were adopted by the General Assembly, after the atlymrnntent of Congress, and after the time that it mn-t have been believed that the Pti!jct to which they ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 June 1849

' COL. IlE.TO.VS SPEECH, (Concluitd.) And now I have arrived at a point which claims particular attention. It will be remembered by all that after the -rejection of the Texas treaty in 4 4, Tarious propositions were submitted in Congress fur her adnisioti, ami that every proposition contained some plan for dividing her into free and slave territory. Every body will remember this. Now, I do not recollect a single instance in which the constitutionality of euch propositions were disputed, or a aingle instance in which it was deemed an inu!t to the slave-holding States to see slavery excluded from any part of it. These propositions were particularly numerous in the session of 1341-5, which ended with two propositionstnacted into two alternative resolutions one to run the compromise line through the S:ate, the other to negotiate with her upon the subject. Sir. Calhoun ie!ectcd the former a full proof that neither himself, nor the majority of the two houses of Congress, nor the President...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 June 1849

I3E.HO C It A TIC Ä O 31 IN ATI O X S. FOR GOVERNOR. 3aüiatta State Sentinel J - The eventful period of hh life has closed! tTCKvu. vigilance the fKict of LiBraTT. g, He breathed his last at eighteen rmuute3 be"Weekly pnper. $2 a ypr S-mi -Weekly, i fear. fore five o'clock, P. M., on Friday, the 15th KniAXil'QLlS, ao. 1849. inst., at his residence in Nashville. 1 "His illnes3 was protracted says the Gazette, "and he fell a victim to a chronic ! t 1" . I I L1J1 -T-x-v np-nrr "ITT L T tt rp i aiarrncea a disease to wmcn ne nau ueen J UoilixJbi A. YV XllVJXll , subject for some years." OF PARKE COUXTY. f , , , , , , , ... aa ,an. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. "e Lhad selectedr shv.lle as the place, T A 1TT?Q TT T A TTP a mansion of the late Judge Urundy J -Ä-lVllÖ Xl JLiii.li i-i ) I tL uowe where after leaving the presiof DEARDORX COUNTY. me nouse, vnere, aner ieavm0 me in cm FOR CONGRESS FIFTH DISTRICT. f dential chair, he could spend the remnant of WTT T .t AM T TOOWN I h'13 da's in Peac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 June 1849

r From the Rational Era. Dreams. BT MISS rilCEBK CARET. When the. Queen ol the night, to the zenith ascending, Wa aliuttin the roses ami wattering the Jew, Anl ihe glittering train on her pretence attending Walked up on the beautiful pavement of blue : Vlierrlat the tili abadowa were closing around me, , As now o'er this bower of rosea they steal, With visions as witching the quiet time found me, As Ter mortality trembled to feel. I rm dreaminj of happiness, perfect, unending, Not such as the sainti and the martyrs have proved, But a heaven of human hearts trustfully blending, A heaven of loving, and living beloved. I was thinking that earth, that had still been so lonely, In the future an Eden of beauty might be, Last night in my heart burned the light of thy glances, And to-iiiglil no fond lover is holding my hand! i Remarkable cabs or Fecundity Four Children at a Birth. Mrs. Moore, wife of David Sloore, residinjj at No. 139 Waehington Market Flace, (Shippen Street, between Crab a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 June 1849

I.YUC ttf AIOLIS. JIM! IG. 1811. Eenton's Great Speech. We preseut to cur readera to-daj the conclusion of Col. Benton's able address to the people of ilissourr on the slavery question, to the exclusion of much other interesting and important matter prepared for this paper. Like all of his peeches, it evinces great research and talent, coming fully up to, if not BurpassiDg1, any of the great efijrta of his life. We hare neither the room nor the time to comment opon it at present: in fact we doubt whether comment woulJ be profitable. Let every on read the speech. It is full, comprehensive, unanswerable: everything exactly in its placo. It could not well be made 6horter, neither do we see that anything could be added to it. And yet, in saying this, we da not mean to be understood as endorsing all of Sir. B.' opinions. He is not in favor of the passage of the Wilmot proviso by Congress; he thinks it unnecessary. But he is in favor of the epirit and essence of it, no admission of slaver...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 June 1849

INDIANAPOLIS, JUNE 23. 1819, Crlt is ii old adage that "be that can't turn can't spin." John A. Matson is out strong for sustaining Gen. Taylor's administration, when it is notorious thit the old General selected four of his cabinet from slave-holding States, and only three from free States. - A correspondent informs us that he (Matson) is attempting to make the people believe that he is a free soil man, and that he ought to be elected Governor for the purpose of sustaining General Taylor's administration, and carrying out the principles of the free soil party. This is turning his battery so as to shoot both ways. Mr. Matson has another happy qualification for turning an old Btory. He tells story of Old Zack's dirty hands; but the best of the joke is, that it is only a leg story published some twenty or thirty years since re-vamped into a dirty hand story, and applied to Old Zack. The original of tbe story is this : A surgeon in Europe was once called upon by an eld lady to perform ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 June 1849

ffutuang State Sentinel. ETCKSAL TIOILAHCE It THE P!CE OT LIBERTY. Weekly paper, 2 a year Semi-Weekly, $1 a vear. INDIANAPOLIS. JU&K 2S. 1810. DEMOCRATIC DOMINATIONS. FOR GOVERNOR. JOSEPH A. WRIGHT, OF PARKE COUNTY. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. JAMES H. LANE, OF DEARBORN COUNTY. FOR CONGRESS FIFTH DISTRICT. WILLIAMJ. BROWN. MAKION COUXT DEMOCRATIC KOJIIXATIOXS. For Senator, HENRY BR ADV. - . 5 WILLIAM ROBSON, For Representatives, jISAAC v. HUNTER. For Clerk, WILLIAM STEWART. jc a ,ii 5E. N. SHIMER, For Associate Judges, JSAMUEL CORY. For Co. Com' r., 3d District, THUS, r . MUU1. For Assessor, TOLIVER L. HARUN. Democratic State Centrnl Committee A. G. PORTER, DR. A. GALL, DAVID REYNOLDS. PR. L. DUNLAP, WM. H. MORRISON, GEO. A. CHAPMAN. C. G. WERBE, N. BOLTON. FRANCIS KING. GEN. J. P. DRAKE. J OS I . I'll A. WltlGIIT. A candidate for Governor, will be with Mr. Matson I his appointments commencing it Danville, on Saturday the 2d day of June, nd ending at Huntington, on Saturday...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 June 1849

Correspondence rf the Public Ledger. From lYntliiiigtoii. A IjtrAil ft mn th". Secret History cf the Cabinet. Washixgtow, Junt 3, 1849. I harr, in one of my previous letter, promised you a hört esay on rahmet making, as applied to tht hisloiy of the day, anil am now about tu redeem my promise. Cabinet d not rri;' finished and erred cap a pie out of the head of Proi.lent, as Minerva of olJ piun from the heaj of Jupiter, r.either ein the heads of Presidents be trf panned for that purpose with immunity. The appointment of sui!able Cabinet hat always been, and still is, one of the mo-t diffi. cutt things undertaken ly a neir President. It generally tfe'ernriiriea the ehuarter .f hi administration, unless he. he anno rf experience ant sg-icity, who, though accepting ari l listening to a h ire, tili terrains master of hit own action!. Between taking a 1 vice and shaping one's actions to suit the fncr of other, there is a vast difference ; the former ia the part of a wi man the latter hi b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 June 1849

VARIETY. Why art) a ladj'si ear-rings like men in debt for a newspaper 1 Because they are in her ears (arrears). The chief use of a bachelor according to the Baltimore American, is to count one in the census. The Lynn Forum says "the use of a bass-viol in the churches is a bass-viol-ation of the Sabbath. The bill for refreshments furnished the Police darin the Astor Place riots, is $G91 50. Neably U.iAJfiMocj. Not a single vills;? or town in the Roman territory has declared for the Pope. A Hist to Californians. Punch says that the best season tut gold digging is when you are in the Yein. Why are a parcel of idle children like wafers ? Because you have to lick 'em to make them slick fo their letters. Mrs. Partington wants to know whether the ere" vasse they have got so dreadfully down at New Orleans, is any thing like the cholera. Somebody says that females go to meeting to look at each other's bonnets. This is down right scandal. They go there to show their own. A willow is growing ...

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