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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 July 1849

IXIMAIV lIOL.IS. JUfifl 3Q. 1849. rroi css f Hie Chuler;i. It is our duty tu announce, that there is an increase of cholera at most of the points from which wo are in receipt of regular information. Madison, Ind. The Banner reports four deaths of cholera on Tuesday, and two on Wednesday. It says further: "We Lnn official report, but are informed, from different reliable sources, that several new cftfi occurred in thia city yesterday and on tiie day before. We also regret to learn that the disease ha made it appearance in the country, a man by the name of Jackson, living, about five miles northwest of this, having died of it on Sundav. Furthermore, it is nid tu pievnil to an alarming extent in Lexington, Scott county, about eighteen miles weal of flladison. Louisville. The Hoard of Health report that the cholera ia slightly on the increase in that city. The deaths amount to five Or six a day, mostly near the river. 'The board recommend that basement Florida aijd ground floors he aban...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 July 1849

3nfttauti State Sentinel. E7ER!fAL VICILANCE IS THE MICE OF LIBEBTY. Weekly paper, n year Srrti -Weekly. 1 -vcar. IIM ANATOLIS, JI7LY 4. 1849. u i; ; 1 0 C K A X I C DOMINATIONS. FOR GOVERNOR, JOSEPH A. "WRIGHT, OF PARKE COUNTY. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. JAMES H. LANE, OF DEARBORN COUNTY. FOR CONGRESS FIFTH DISTRICT. WILLIAMJ. BROWN. 3IA1UOX COÜXTT DEMOCBATIC XOJIIXATIOSS. For Senator, HENRY BRADY. n , S WILLIAM ROESON. For Representatives, jISAAG w. HUNTER. For Clerk, WILLIAM STEWART. . . , , , 5E. N. SIIIMER. For Associate Judges, jsAMUEL CORY. Fr Co. Cm?r.. 3J District, TIIOS. F. STOUT. Fur Ants, TO LIVER L. HARUN. Democratic State Central Couimlttce. A. G. PORTER, DR. A. GALL, DAVID REYNOLDS, C. G. WERBE, DR. L. DUNLAP, N. BOLTON, WM. H. MORR1SOX, FRANCIS KING. GEO. A. CHAPMAN. GEN. J. P. DRAKE. CrTo-day is our National Jubilee, the anniversary of the greatest event in the history of tliia or any nation. Seventy-three years ago to-day, the Thirteen American colonies were declared...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 July 1849

II i ITiOM CHAMBERLAINS FOBTBCOJIIXG Ä INDIANA GAZETTEER." U ?--- Hi. .'a STATE BANK The State Ennk of Indian u-as cliartereJ in 1S31, Its c!iarir will exnire in 16Ö9. At the last Annual Report, Dfceinher 9, 131S, lliccaph.il tinnuntfd to Capital owned by Iudi visual?, - Total capital, - The ?prcie on hand was - - - Notes and hüls diountod. - - - Suspended D-bt, Siat Bnds. an l Treasury Notes, Tank Taper, Bunk I'alanres, &.C., Keal Estate, ihnking Houses, &,c, T.Iakinfj ; total of mcrns, - The amount of duos were, circulation, -Deposits, - - - - -. Due to Banks, and on other claims. Leaving a balance of - ... - - - 82,010,79001. "Which'will pay back to the stock holders their 6tock, and leive fr further profits, if all the Hank debts and claims are good, 527.799 34. Tbe dividend4 of profits the lar year were 91 per cunt. The oflicc of. the State Bank is kept at Indianapolis, from whicU all the note of the Bank 'are delivered lor issum?, signed by the Presiden...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 July 1849

VAIUETY. Not Bad. The Boston Post frequently hits the Atlas in a provoking1 manner, so that the latter cannot lanjrh t it, though ever body else docs. The Pust of Monday, says: ' The Atlas twits us of having a bald head; this is a calamity, we admit, but nothing in comparison with the misfortune of the editor of the Atlas. whoe head is incapable of producing any thing valuable but hair. The Portland Bullftin tell a story of a certain good Deacon, whoso hit blew off and led htm a long chase after it through the street. At length the deacon became exhausted in the race, and pulled up against a poet by the side walk. A gentleman came along, t whom the Deacon addressed himself thus: "My friend, I am a Deacon of the church, and it is very wrong for me to swear; you will, Ihersfore, greitly oblige me, if you will jut d n that hat fur tne." (J7 "Talk about mean men ! Why there's that Bill Thompson, he' the meanest man I ever heard on. Bill was a constable there. Why, don't you thin.. he ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 July 1849

t IXOIANiPOLIS, JULY 7. l19. Progress of the Cholera. Our own city is, as yet, entirely exempt from cholera, es well as all otlier diseases, though we can hear of the prevalence of cholera on all sides of us. Ii has broken out at Boston, Richmond, and Centreville, in Wayne county, Ind.; at the first named place nearly every case (some- 10 or 12) proved fatal. The panic was bo great that out of a population of 120 only two families remain in the village. All have fled. The disease at Hanover, in Jefferson county, Ind., is very malignant and fatal. On the 4th, Dr. A. L. Scoville, who is endeared to many of oar citizens by the ties of christian friendship, died; five others are said to have died on the same night. Three deaths are said to have occurred at Columbus, on the railroad below us, on the night of the 4tli. We have beard of deaths at Lafayette and various other places in our own State, but our information is not sufficiently tangible for publication. The Madison papers report ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 July 1849

Sau-iona Qlak Sentinel. ETEBMAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OT LIBEKTT. Weekly paper, syj a yenr Semi-Weekly, $1 a year. INDIANAPOLIS, JULYJIS. ISIJI. Ii K3I OC It A TI C K OJI 1 N ATI OX S. FOR. GOVERNOR, JOSEPH A. WRIGHT, OF PA 11 KE CO UNTY. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. JAMES H. LANE, OF DEARBORN COUNTY. FOR CONGRESSFIFTH DISTRICT. WILLIAMJ. BROWN. 1)1 AIII OX COI7XTY IIEMOCIIATIC JVQJIINATIOXS. For Senator, HENRY BRADY. n , ,. $ WILLIAM ROBSON. lor Representatives, jISAAC W. HUNTER. For Clerk, WILLIAM STEWART. . . . . . 5E. N. SIIIMER. For Associate Judges, jsAMUEL CORY. For Co. ComV., 3J District, THOS. F. STOUT. J-W A5g5or. TOLIVER L. HARLIN. C-CnoLEBA. In the principal citica tho cholera is still very fatal, and we observe that tho disease is spreading itself rapidly into the small towns and the country in every direction. It becomes all, there fore, to be careful of their diet and manner of living; but above all be calm, cheerful, and courageous, and prepared to meet tho result, what...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 July 1849

FROM CHAMBERLAIN'S FORTHCOMING "INDIANA GAZETTEER " .BB'E HH H H B B-M ft B Li:S HB 1 1 B B p INSANE HOSPITAL, nsar INDIANAPOLIS. On the 2oth r.f December, 1943. John Evan, JI. j D then of Attica, and now of Clicngr, delivered U j furo a comcnittec of the ILupe of Iirprcscntatire and ; the puhlic, an address on Insanity, and the expediency of cttablishing a State Lunatic Asylum in Indiana. The IxpislatuTC thereupon took prompt mcatrure to rstallish a State Hospital fur the Inanc. This institution is beautifully situated on a fine farm vf 1GJ acres, nenr tho National Road, and two. miles west of Indianapolis For the farm on which ! . :n: ...j ? A-.n. ,... i ..r, n. ;.i i iae ouiiuincs are itceku, w, imn.- wi-" j'iv, u there hns been expended already, fiir the erection of buildings, Sl.GH.and thc.estimat'd coet for conrplctinj them ia JJ15,(KK), making the entire cost of buildings, farm and improvements, w hen completed, The present edifico is designed to accommodate 200 patients, tog...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 July 1849

Late nnd Interesting from California. Mr. J. L- Loring of Ciucinnati having spent some time in California, returned in the Crescent Citjr, and brings the following important items of new : Mr. Lorinj has brought with him a complete and reliable Map of the Grfd Rfgvmt, embracing the whole district, and designating all the important localities more definitely, and with greater accuracy than any map which has eer been published. It has been carefully made from the best sources of personal information, and will La of very great utility. Wc believe be has made no arrangements for its publica tion, though wo presume that some of our map publihers will take measures to place it before the public as soon as possible. The number of Foreigners, chiefly from Tcru, Chili, Mexico, and the Sandwich Islands, who are pouring into California, is almost incredible. Seventy or eighty vessels were lying in the harbor, completely deserted by officers as well as by men, left with no one to take care of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 July 1849

IlIAI'AiOt,I!S, JULY 1-1. 1S40. Stibsi(IiJis3Ir. Cravens. "The Sentinel" intimates that if the correspondence whicW-t ck place between Mr. Cravcr.3 and the cil.t.tr (if t!.e journal wcro published, the "suyidi2t;i" wntilJ be established, and asks that it may be done If .Mr. Cravens sees proper, he is nt perfect liberty t p'ib'is!) all our correspondence on the subject, as' wc are confident that riolhing; will bo found in it c :i'pro;nit;i:!!j the political integrity of cither INJr. Cravens or f urelvcs, nnd certainty nothing to justify th charge made by the Sentinel." Journal. Cr7c have thus, at this late day, after having repeated the statement f -r weeks, an acknowledgement from the Eihor of the Journal, that he did have s.-vtre sort of correspondence with Mr. Cravens cn thi pubjet. lie is willing now, lea than a mmlh b tf re the 1 1-Ttion, t permit that correspondence to , ,. , r ,.,. sr. .?... eee the Iijrl.t. Ho refused U do this in Miy his., but now, we supooso, he feci certai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 July 1849

3aMoua State Sentinel, (TEIIIAI VIGILANCE IS THE PKICE OF tlBHTT. TEHMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE i Weekly paper, 2 year Semi -Weekly. $4 a year. IXDIAN.ll'OLIS. JULY 18. 1849. I) KM O C 1 1 A TI C N O JI IN AT I O . S. FOR GOVERNOR. JOSEPH A. WRIGHT, OF PARKE COUNTY. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. JAMES H. LANE, OF DEARBORN COUNTY. FOR CONGRESS FIFTH DISTRICT. WILLIAMJ. BROWN. MVKION COUXTV DEMOCRATIC XOJIIXATIOXS. For Senator, HENRY BRADY. , 5 WILLIAM RORSON. lor Representative, jISAAC V. HUNTER. For Clerk, WILLIAM STEWART- . . , . , 5E. N. SHIMER. For Associate Judges, jSAMrjEL CORY. For Co. CnrrCr., 34 District, THOS. F. STOUT. For Assessor, TO LIVER. L. H AR LIN. rUEE SOIL. NOMINATIONS. FOR GOVERNOR. JAMES IT. CRAVENS, of Ripley Country. FOR, LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, JOHN W. WRIGHT, of Cass County. JA 31 FS II. LAXE, The Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor, will meet bis opponent el his appointmeota io Hie counties of Madig-m, Delaware, Giant, Howard, Tipton, Clinton. Boone and Hend...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 July 1849

i s Fiilffl CHAMBERLAIN'S FORTHCOMING "INDIANA GAZETTEER?7 f. H BH"H BT llUllilll I - . i- l run n h i -;t..'..ij w S ii il ! H i ür 1 ts M 4 DEAF O DU MO ASYLUM The buildings for this Institution, of which an engravififT, in pirt, is annexe.!, are located a mile east of Indianapolis, in a direct lino with Valiinjrtn street, and aa the main frm when completed, w.ll be presented to the vi es', it w ill afford a commandiriij view of the great thoroughfare of the city. The situation i a fine one, in a magnificent grove of native forest trees, and the whole, when finished, will appear to much advantage. The exterior of the buiiJinjr is to be beautifully stuccoed with hydraulic cement, ard ita inti-rual arrangements are not surpassed by any eimilar Asylum in the United States. The whole length of the main building, including the wings, is "5(i feet, and there is a building in the rear containing school rooms for eight classes, and a chapel. The incipient 6tep towanlj the commencement of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 July 1849

liit!i:in:iiotls :in:l llt-IIcl .;iif nine Ilitilro:il. The annual election vf fifteen ilircctors look -Iacc nt Anlers-.n, on the -Ith instant, an-l resulted in I lie rlioiro cf Jeremiah Smith, Willmni f.I. Way, Peter S. .Mill r, mi J I)avi.l IIaMou, dorn loo county of Kiridulj.li ; J is. Tftliit, Samuel i Anthony, James 1.. Unssey, and David Ii!irire, frurn liie county of Delaware; Allen Makepeace, AV i It l :i i n Sparks, Robert N. Williams, nnd James tiny, frmn liie roiinty 'f Mailismi ; Tim II. fvl, from tlif enuiities ot 1 1 .i :m 1 1 1 ) rt nnd Hancock; Robert 1. Underliil!, and O. 1!. Smith, from the county .f Marion. Oliver II. Smith was unanimously re-elected president, Jm s (5. Jordan was unanimously elected secreUtj, Austin V. Morris wits unanimously re-elected irc.a.stirer, nn.I Thomas A. Morris was unanimously re-clccted engineer. Tlie executive committee r-k-cted f-r the year consists of Jrenii;ih Smith. II. N. Williams, Tlios. U. Noel, II. R. Underfill!, and James L. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 July 1849

INDIANAPOLIS, JLTLY 21, 18ID A Card. To my fellow-citizens rf Fayette, Union. Ruth, Rhetly, Deealur, Franklin, Dearborn, Ohio, Switzerland, Jtjjerton, Jennings, RipUy, Johnson, Scott and Morgan, counties. Fron the fatigue of the canvass, I am so tffcctually prostrated as to render it out of my power to fill m r appointments in the above named counties. Up to last Satmday I met my a p iotment piomptly, having visited sixty counties and made finely speeches, although for the last lhre diss I was compelled to peak sitting. I have a stiong desire to mingle with my fellow-citizc ns according t promie aa l make known to theni the view I entertain in refeience to the important question involved in the Gubernatorial canvas ; and shoulj my health be to fit restored as to enable mo to d so. I will visit a portion of th.ise counties the week previous to the election, of which timely notice wi'.l o. given if however rtshou j not De my r -joa km -un , . . be able tu address yuti before the elect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 July 1849

3uMatta State Sentinel'. E1EE5AL TlOlLAWCK I THE FSlCt OT HBEKTT. TEilMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE t Weekly paper. $2 a year Semj-Weekly. $1 a vear. FvTDIANAPOLIS, JULY 2G. 1849 MK3IOCKATIC ÄO2IIÄATI03S. FOR GOVERNOR. JOSEPH A. WRIGHT, OF PARKE COUNTY. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. JAMES H. LANE, OF DEARBORN COUNTY. FOR CONGRESS FIFTH DISTRICT. WILLIAMJ. BROWN, JI VKIQN form DEIXOCBATIC X0UX3ATI0XS. For Senator, HENRY BRADY. , WILLIAM ROBSON, For Representatives, ISAAC W. HUNTER. For Clerk, WILLIAM STEWART. - , . . . , 5E. N. SHIMER. For Associate Judges, jSAjIUEL CORY. For Co. ComW., Zd District, THOS. F. STOUT. For Assessor, TOLIVER L. II AR LIN. riCEE SOIL XOtflN TIOXS. FOR GOVERNOR, JAMES II. CRAVENS, of Ripley County. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, JOHN W. WRIGHT, of Cass County. JAMES II. LANE, The Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor, will meet hi opponent at bit appointments in the counties of Älsdiaon, Delaware, Grant, Ilaward, Tipton, Clintou, Boone and Hendiiclu, and will addres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 July 1849

I i r FROM CHAMBERLAIN'S FORTHCOMING "INDIANA GAZETTEER." - -vrc5;v J M W ASYLUM FOR THE This Institution is legated at the capitol of InHinn. occupying a coimnnnding ami ea!ubrinu? eita of eight acres, in the nor'.htrn suburbs f the cit;. It 14 under t!ie fusterin care cf the State, and ob fuunJcd by Lf-gisUtive enactment in llie year 1317. The institution Iins f.r ita object tle moral, intellcctvr 1, ai:d phyfical training' of blind youtlis of both pexes. The course of instruction perused, embraces all the ordimry tranches of an Englifh education, to which arc adJcd V.cal and Ineirumentnl Music, and the knowlt-de of gniiie useful hendicrafi occupation. T;e funds iif lUc Institute are der.ved from a fpccific tax, levied for lie purpose of its support ; and, cinstfjuf nl'y, no charge is mode for the boarding and tuitkiu of ita pupils, excepting where they are residents or other States. The fullowinjr is a brief history of ita origin : In the sprinp of 114, Jlr. Jsmes M. Kay, (if thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 July 1849

Lett vr from Gen. Scott on the Annexation oT Canada. We find the following letter from the hero of Lundy's Lane, in the I'hiiadelphia News: West Point, Juri- 20, 1S19. My Dear Sir: The news from the Parliament of Great Britain, this morning, must, I think, increase the discontent of our neighbors on the other siiifl of the St. Lawrence and the Lakes not a little; and that those discontent .vi!I in a few years, load to a separation of the Canadts, New Brun9ick, Lc, from the mother country, ?eems equally probable. Will those Provinces form themselves into tin independent nation, or seek' a connexion vJi our Union ! I think the probability is greatly in favor of ihe latter. In my judgment the interests of both fide? would le much promoted by annexation the several Provinces coming into the Union on eqnnl terms with our present thirty states. The free navintion if the St. Lawrence is already of immense importance to perhaps a third of our present population, and would be of great value ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 August 1849

INDIANAPOLIS, JULY 28. 1819 Send M the Returns! We especially desire that some friend in each county would send us, immediately öfter the"votesare counted out, a statement of the polls. All such will receive slips in return, containing the fullest summary of the returns from all parts of the State which may be in our possession. Will the democratic papers throughout the State please notice this request ! C3Sce the advertisement of St. Xavicr College, Cincinnati, in another column. This college stands hish amonrr our western institutions of learning; in imparting a thorough knowledge of foreign languages, it is, perhaps, unsurpassed by any. The religion professed by the teachers, and hy a majority of the pupils, is that of the Roman Catholic Church, yet students of all denominations are admitted. The course of education emhrares two departments, the Classical and the Mercantile, but so conducted that the student can apply himself to either or loth. There were in attendance at the las...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 August 1849

3ttÖtana State Scnttucl. ITI1H1L VICILASCSI H THE -ICE OF HxaTV. TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE i Weekly rarer. $2 a year Serni-Weekly. $ a year. INDIANAPOLIS, AUGUST 2. 1849. DKMOCltATIC NOMINATIONS. FOR GOVERNOR. JOSEPH A. WRIGHT, OF PARKE COUNTY. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. JAMES H. LANE, OF DEARBORN COUNl'Y. FOR CONGRESS FIFTH DISTRICT. WILLIAMJ. BROWN. MAIIION COÜXTY DEMOCRATIC N031INATIONS. For Senat. HENRY BRADY. , ,. S WILLI AM ROBSON. Fr Representatives, ISAAC W. HUNTER. For Clerk. WILLIAM STEWART. . . , . . 5E. N. SHIMER. For Associate Judges, jSAMuEL CORY. For Co. Com'r., 3 District. THOS. F. STOUT. For Assessor. TO LIVER L. HARLIN. ritEC SOIlt NOMINATIONS. FOR GOVERNOR, JAMES H. CRAVENS, of Ripley County. FUR LIEUTENANT CilVERNOtt, JOHN W. WRIGHT, of CassCounty. Look out for Fraud! See the card of John W. Wright, Free Soil candidate for Liectenant Governor, in to-day' paper. Tlie Whig, maddened by their desperate chances of success in the present contest will no doubt resort t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 August 1849

FB03I CHAMBERLAIN'S FORTHCOMING INDIANA GAZETTEER" , .: m' ,-: ;';.!"- 1vi5, . ' , ties , ; k te-. , lttttj 5 L -. ' l ' .1' I t-i. f nil'. 'V'SJil STATE UNIVERSITY BL00M1NGT0N. prosperity of that Institution, has contribme.l very much to tho growth nod properity of the town and the improvement of the country ; and opening of new avenues to the place w ill add still more to its importance. The students in the College are sometimes near 200, and there in a!so a well conducted Femala Academy in town, at which there are usually between srventy and eighty p.-hol.ir in attendance. Contrary to all previous expectation?, it Irs been ascertained that tliroujli a hilly country, a very cheap Railroad, varying but little from a straight line, ran be made from Bloomington ca-t to Oduntnn. there 1 1 intersect with the Madison and Indianapolis Road; nnd the Railroad which was first attempted oiily from New Albany to Salem, is now being extended to Bedford, and will, at n distmt day, reach Bioomin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 August 1849

A Good Sermon. It should be brief; if lengthy, it will sleep Our hearts in apathy, our eyes in sfeep ; The dull will yawn, the chapel lounger dose, Attention flag, and memory ' portals close. It should be vnrm a liting altar coal, To melt th icy heart, and f harm the soul ; A lifeless, dull harangue, however mad, Will never rouse the soul, or raise the dead. It should be simple, practical, and cloar No fine spun theory to please the ear ; No curious lay, to tickle lettered pride. And leave the poor and plain onedified. It shoulJ be tender and affectionate, As his warm theme who wept lost Salem's fate ; The fiery law, with words of love allayed, Will weetly warm, and awfully persuade. The Mischief of a Jest. The Boston Herald gives the following account of iUr'.ton W. Streeter, now lyin under the sentence of death in Massachusetts, for the murder of his wife: Streeter is a man of low order of intellect, and almost entirely governed by the animal passions. He married his wife, Elvira ...

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