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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 August 1849

INDIANAPOLIS, AUGUST 4, 1819. O-The National Fast Day, recommended by Gen. Taflor, was very generally observed in this city yesterday. This number of our paper is made up chiefly of matter laid over from previous days, and some notices of new matters were deferred, so that all engaged upon the paper, who desired to do so, might take a part in the ceremonies of the Fast. Fink Peaches. Our friend A. G. Porter, Esq., left with us the other day a. specimen of peaches grown in his yard of the Early Rareripe variety w hich would be hard to beat. Any of our friends who think they have belter, however, can submit them for inspection ! Maeie's Circus visited this city and gave two performances on Tuesday last. In the evening there was an overflowing crowd in attendance, the cholera reports to the contrary notwithstanding. The company fully sustained their reputation for fine acting. The company has not performed during the season in any cholera region, and the members wcie never :n better he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 August 1849

3trötauct State Sentinel. CTCI5AL VteiLA9CC IS THE MIC- OT LH OTT. TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE Weekly paper. $3 year Semi -Weekly . S4 a year. IXDIAIV.irOLIS, AUCl'ST 9. 1840. THE ELECTION. ITInriftii Comity Glorious Result. The result of the election in this county is a glorious triumph of the People. The Democratic ticket generally received a handsome majority, and one which demonstrates that our people are not disposed to sustain the corruption of Taylorism. If the result here is at all indicative of the feelings of the people in other counties, we shall sweep the State by an unparalelled majority: but we will not crow till out of the woods. Ve give particulars elsewhere, an analysis of which will demonstrate a clear democratic majority. Though we lose the State Senator, it will be seen that by a perfect union, we could have elected our candidate. Indeed we may safely say, that had not the personally popular character of the Whig Senator elect, Mr. McCarty, commanded democratic v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 August 1849

FROM CHAMBERLAIN'S FORTHCOMING "INDIANA GAZETTEER." t . 4 f 4 .-- - - . L. it. . . 1 " sV Sir 'r-'f iW vr- V"1 f: "Vt : if ! ! ' S-s "- . . kl . .. - i t- '. ' t ej - t; - 3.,.-- , M ': -i -,i r V w -.-iJ . I' VI ' " ';'''' " ('I P'l"' - ' - -J r-''-' tv rf v '' . ;i 'V f ? 1 ss? ' TR' v FRANKLIN COL LEX Fl. FRANKLIN. Letters of llcury Clay and ITIai tiu Van Uli reu. The fallowing letters were read at the Free Soil Conventijn held at Cleveland, Ohio, on the 13th instant: Asiilanp, June 16, 1349. Gentlemen: I received your official letter, in behalf of the freemen of the Reserve, inviting me to unite with them, at Cleveland, in celebrating the anniversary of the parage of the Ordinance of 1737, on the 13th of July next. I concur eutirely in opinion as to the wisdom of that great measure, and I am glad that it has 6ecured to the States on wh ch it operates, an exemption from the evils ijf slavery. But the event of the passage of the Ordinance has never, within my knowledge, been celeb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 August 1849

Private Pudding; OR HOW THE HOOSIER COME IT. Many years ajo a Hoosier who had just struck New Orleans for the first time, afier Iiis flatboat was made nug and fa-t, went up to eee the sights of the city. Tassing Sr. Charles he stopped immediately io front of the St. Charles Hotel, and looking up, seemed tu scrutinize the building with the eye of an architectural connoisseur. After satisfying his gaze he asked of a passer-by what building it was ; on being told it was a hotel, he ennui red for the entrance. snJ being told, he as cended the steep fteps. Approaching the office, he' induired for the landlord, of whom he inquired if he ; could pet "a bite" to cat. Mr. E. R. Mude, who was he host at that time, and who is a hst at all times, humorinir the fellow, told him he could d i 8 by paying a dollar. After considering for tome time on this item, and gravely looking his host in the face, he said, "Well, I'll ro it; thar's my dollar, whar's : your dinner!" "Well said the other, with a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 August 1849

I.UIANAlOLIS, AUGUST 11, 1849. Hyrhe "Sentinel" talks about efficient State Organs. It baa been no "efficient" to lose the confidf nc of at least the Whilcomb portion of the Democracy of this State. Slate Journal, August 6. If there really be any such class as the"Whitcomb portion" of the Democracy of thl3 State, what evidence can the State Journal adduce, that we have lost its confidence! If it has any at hand, we are quite willing that it ball be given to the public. Of one tiling we are well satisfied in our own minds; and that is this: So far as honest intentions and zealous efforts, in the exercise of our duty as editors, and as members of the Democratic party are concerned, no "portion" of the party has just cause to withdraw ita "confidence" from us. We have at all time, and under all circumstance, been governed by the single desire of advancing the great interests of the Democratic party, in which, as we understand it, the best interests of the whole people of the State are ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 August 1849

3nuiaua State Sentinel. CTHMll VieiLAUCK I THE fXICE Of LIKITT. TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE t Weekly paper. 2 a year Semi .Weekly, $4 a year. INDIANAPOLIS, AUGUST 16. 1819. Election Ileiurns. The election of Messrs. Wright and Lank as Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Indiana, by large majorities, is now beyond qnesthn. We sliall not, thrrpfore. aive anv more eiceDt nficial returns. We . e - - j i commence a table in another column which will be filled up as fa6t as returns are received at the Secre tary of State's office. We are indeb'ed to many friends or letter ard slips, by which we have been enabled to give early and correct return far in ad vance of our whig neighbor. They have our thanks, f-Since the AucnM elections are over, lists of removals and appointments begin to appear in the newspapers a?atn. We are credibly informed that Air. Jacob W. Kintner received his commission cs postmaster at Corydon. Harrison county, Ind., about two weeks before the election. On the day ofl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 August 1849

FKOJI CHAMBERLAIN'S FOKTJICOMIXG INDIANA GAZETTEER." si'a.f-v'1 ,SK' 1. v: 1. 5 " r L i -'. I.V. ASBURY 'UNIVERSITY GREEN CASTLE. is nnw under contract to U.is plice, and that fro:n Lnfiyptte to Cr tended to if. Greencaftle is forty tnilea wwt sonUi - Haute-, tnd t enty-piht south of Crawfrdsvine?. Protection IJiiinbus CxiIxIm1. The following sensible article it from the Pa. Ledger. Coal. The public have been plentifully supplied, for many years, with discusMons about protection for coal. Swic have urpv a hili tariff, as necessary to prevent foreign coal fron bt-injj iir,pr:ed and sold, even at our mines. O'liers have Raid that American coal needed no protection, and that duties u;on coal, instead of nrotnorin-r consumption from mr own nnnea. merely enhanced the price of all f.H to tho j pKr. i i, pirtisnn journal' h.ive charjed t;ie proltclinits and free traders with various devices, or ruther fraud.', to commend their respective theories ; and one of them says that ' Boston capita...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 August 1849

Important from California Political Alfilr Gen. ISiley' proclamation Actions ofilie I'eople Ac. The political newa from California ia important. The people of the territory are earnest! at work preparing for the admission of it into the Union as one of the sovereign States. The population will be more than large enough by the time that Congress assembles. Th anomalous condition in which California is now placed ia net likely to promote the interests of the United States. The people there have no notion of being governed by the Mexican laws and forms, as has been proclaimed by Governor Riley, and manifest a disposition not to respect them. Governor Riley and the Provisional Government are already at loggerheads. The two proclamations issued by Governor Riley will be found below. The proceedings on the part of that officer have caused great excitement throughout the territory, and the tendency of them h discuf?ed at length, and in a temporate and able manner, in the Alta Cal fornian, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 August 1849

INDIANAPOLIS. AUGUST IS, 181. Cr Albert Gallatin died in New York on the 13th instant. CtThe Banner Township. Salt Creek township, Jackson county, gave Joseph A. Wright 134 votes, James II. Lano 13-1 votes, Cyrus L. Dunham 131 vote, nnd not one single vole to their whig opponent. SaJt River is said to be rather a "sandy country," but give OS Sail Cretk forever ! Medical Lectush. Oa Tuesday evening last, Frof. Curtis, of the. Butanico-Medical college, Cincinnati, delivered a lecture on Medical reform, at the Weshy chapel. It was listened to with much appircnt interest by a large nnd intelligent audience, and seemed to trive great satisfaction. (t7-A tjWranhic despatch from Carlisle. Ta.. of Aug. 13, announces that President Taylor was taken . . , , , ,,, u.j i , . . wiwi cii"u-ro. ai x ji. on mai uay, wnue receiving . Iricnus in the C-mrt House. iNuthing nerions, how cver, is apprehended from cholera, though his friends '. may ofEc desir tcAoZe time for which he was elected. C7Rancol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 August 1849

3uManci State Sentinel. ETetlXAL ViaitAWCE IS THE MICE OF LIBEKTT. TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE: Weekly paper, $4, a year Semi Weekly, $4 a year. IXUIANAPIILIS. AUCIST 22. 1849. The Vote for Governor of Indiana.We have now official returns from all the counties bul Blackford and Huntington, and the vote between Messrs. Wright and Mat son stands : Wright 7G,303, Matson, 66,S06 Wright's maj., 9,5U2. Cass's maj., in Black ford was 170, and in Huntington 6. OrCapt. Dan Drake llcnrie, who escaped from the Mexicans when Cassius SI. Clay waa taken pris oner, died a few days since in the hospital of the Sisters of Charity, at St. Louis. (rThe South Bend Register asks us why Marion county gave a majority against calling a convention to revise the constitution 1 Because the whig leaders here were notoriously hostile to the measure, and openly threw the weight of their influence, as well as most of their vote, against iL fj-At a called meeting of the Presbytery of Indi ana, in connection with t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 August 1849

FROM CHAMBERLAIN'S FORTHCOMING "INDIANA GAZETTEER." ' u. a a a ttfej w : --ii nnnnni HANOVER COLLECE. Youth. Hanover College is under the care and patronage of the Old School Presbyterian Church .f Indiana; a an ir.f titution of learning it has always ranked among the first in the State, if not in the West. A dotailed history will be found in another part of the Gazetter. Eds. Sent. The Curses of Europe. Most of Europe, cf pecially the Catholic portion, is demoralized. Jesuitism, Fourierism, fanaticism of all kinds, have made it a moral chaos. Common sense is confined to a small minority. All the rest are distracted by extremes, either uf superstition or infidelity, de-potism or anarchy. All tlie:-e mischiela eecm to fl w from three sources; aristocracy, finance and Jesuitism. Either is sufficient to annihilate the rights and blast the hopes of mankind. All, operating together, have converted all Europe into Pandemonium. This Greek word signifies All the Dexils or Place of all the D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 August 1849

LWS OF THE MAY. A newspaper thief in Boston his been eentenccJ t a month's imprisonment in the house of correction. The wheat crop in the State of New York, it is said by farmers, will exceed an averape yield, while in Michigan it will go beyond that of the pat eix years. Mr. Henrv Rockwell, the well known theatrical manager and circus proprietor, died at Cincinnati, on ßlunday last. Richard M. Johnson has been appointed Secretary to the Mexican Commissioners in the place of Y. drey Jones, resigned. Why is a mouse like a load of hay 1 Because the caW 11 eat it. 7 Who ever knew a driver to commit a blunder that he didn't wollop Lis horses fur it ! Tart words make no friends ; a spoonful of honey will catch more fl;es thaa a gallon of vinegar. (gj- Gen. Gaines's last words are reported to have beeii "My dear wife, farewell. You cannot imagine ho w much I love you." 0- Wood Fuel. A common locomotive engine consumes nut less than lien and a half cords of wood for every one hundred miles...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 August 1849

IXDI AMPOLIS, AUGUST 30. 1819. Phipps of this citj has received telegraphic despatches from Fort Wayne, which represent the cholera, as prevalent at that plare. Ten deaths are said to have occurred 00 the 21st int. ; eight on the 22 J, and a despatch of the 21th says, 'tholera very bad." Who will bring us a jag of hay on account 1 We need one, and this i a goid time to briug it. First come, first credit! ! Another Gecus ! See advertisement of Crano & Co.'a Groat Oriental Circus in another column. It will bo here on the 13th of Sept. O-The Minnesota election lor a delegate t Congress, and also a Council and House of Representative?, took place on the 15th inst. The Legislatureis o meet at St. Paul 011 the 3d of September next. O-See the advertisement of II. J. &, B. C. Horn in this paper. They effer Cirpeting, Rugs, &c, of very superior qualities and patterns, at prices satisfactory to purchasers. Call and examine. The Toor House belonging to Carro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 August 1849

3ntitma State Sentinel. E7CB5AL VI0ILA9CK II THK SICI OF MIMTT. TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE t Weekly paper, $2 a year Semi-Weekly. $4 a year. INDIANAPOLIS, AUGUST 30. 1819. See advertisement of the Madison House, Cincinnati. C-We have the Catalogue of the Indiana Medical College at Laporte.by which it appears that the institution is in a flourishing condition. The number or students for the session of 1949-9, was 101 ; graduates 21. 0"The official vote for Governor of Indiana, from all but nine counties, has arrived at Indianapolis and Mr. Wright, is 13590 ahead. Try and get Lira up to the even 10 M.t Mr. Sentinel. Yabash Exprns. Just to accommodate you and various other whig friends, we did try to "suffer it up" as high as possible, but could only make it 9,778J O-Speaking of Truman Smith" f romises of more offices ta our whigs, in a certain -contingency, the Auguata, Me., Age say a "At this attempt on the part of the administration to buy op Indiana baa failed, we suppose that the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 August 1849

VA II I ET Y. What does your husband deal in, Madam?" Ha deals cards, chiefif , air." Scolding is the pepper or matrimony; the ladies are the pepper boxes. Why 'ist thief called a "Jail Bird!" Because he has been a Robin. I never laid a wajer in my life ; and I will inform you, ir, that I am not a blackleg." 'Then you are no belter,' was the reply. He who sedulously listen, pointedly asks, calmly speaks, coolly answers, and cease, when he has nr, more to say lo the point, is the fittest for Itiiainaja an4 la ciira tr enroAi I business, and is sure to succeed "There are two things," says' Mrs. Partinrrton, that ought to be at home every evening at dark cows and women especially if there are nurfinj babies in the house. I am a true laborer. I earn what I eat, get what I wear, owe no man hate, envy no man's happiness glad of other men's gKd content with my farm; and the greatest of my pride is to see my lambs s u c k. liakspear e. There is a man down East, rattier a facetious chap, who...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 August 1849

INDIANA LEGISLATLItC 1S49-50. folTICUL AND COMPLETE. SENAT0R3 Allen, Well, &c... Earth'm'w &. Jennings, Bocne, Hamilton, &.c Clark Davieis and Martin,--Elkhart, &c. Gibson,Grant, &.C. ------ -- Harrison, Huntington, &c. Hendricks,Henry, - ...... Jackaon, &.C.Jefferson, Johnson,-- - Knox,---- - HOLDING OVER. Dem. W. F. P. Randall, 1 0 W. Herod,- -..... -0 I V. Carver, 1 0 Jas. G. Read, 1 0 A. Houghton, -. 0 1 D. Martin, 1 0 S. Miller, 1 0 J.S- Buckles, 1 0 W. A. Porter. 0 1 Henry Day, 0 1 J. S. Harvey. 0. 1 Geo. Evans, 1 0 E. G. English, 1- 0 W. Ilendricki, Jr.- 0 1 ! F. Hardin. 1- Ü A. T. Ellis, 0 1 i Ijiwrence, Madison and Hancock, M. A. Malott, 1 0 T. D. Walpole, Ü 1 A. B. Conduit, 01 T. M. Adams, 1 0 D. Huffatetter, 1 0 L. H. Riusseau, 0 1 W. P. Dole, 0 1 A. D. Hamrick,- 0 .1 C. C. Graham, 1- 0 E. R. James,-1 0 W.T. S. Cornett, 0 1 A. W. Hubbard, 0-. 1 J. M. Sleelh, 1 0 W. G. Montgomery, 0 1 John ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 September 1849

IM) I V MI OL IS, SCPTKJIRCIR 6.1819. fjThe Scripture saith the liberal soal shall be made fat." Our friend Cady must surely get fat, if there be any virtue io Cue melons, &c. &.c. We acknowltde the am afco. Crlt is said the Democrats have a majority of five in the Kentucky convention to amend the constitution. We do not know whether this be correct, not Laving seen a statement on the subject in any Kentucky paper. No list, no calculation, nor even a guess. Will the Louisville Democrat, Ky. Flag, Frankfurt Yeoman, or Henderson Banner, tell us how eland the figures ! o Don't all speak at once. Fire Insckance. We are glad to learn that our friend Vaa Iluuten's insurance on hi dwelling house lias been promptly paid him, by the Hartford Fire insurance Company, to whose advertisement, through their agents, Davis &. Ray, in this day's paper, we invite the attention of those who do not wish to wak up some of these nights and find themselves ruined by a f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 September 1849

Suo-icum State Sentinel. ETERNAL VI0ILA5CE IS THE rSICE Of lUItTTi TERM SfN VARIABLY IN ADVAXCKi Weekly paper, $2 a year Semi-Weekly, $1 a year. INDIANAPOLIS. SEPTEMBER , 1819. CSee the advertisement of Iho Evansville .Medical college, in to-day's paper. 0- It appears from the N. O. papers that Col. Volney E. Howard and Da?id S. Kaufman, are the Congressmen elect from Texa. Howard succeeds PilUbury. All Democrats. Cr The contract for supplying the Navy with beef and pork for the ensuing year baa been given to a Mr. Griffin of Indiana, he being the lowest bidder of the 21 who submitted proposals. C3-The Ledger says the Sheriff of Philadelphia receives more pay than the President of the United States, his fees amounting to about $30,000 per year i The Sheriff of New York receives in fees, about $45,000, per annum ! CrThe Clerk of Kosciuskp county informs the Secretary of State, by letter, that there was an error in his returns of the vote for Governor in that county. Sir. Matson recei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 September 1849

FltOM CHAJlBEüLAIiVS FORTHCOMING "INDIANA GAZETTEER" i ft - - - n . . n i i ; ft? irr. nXrft r: r . l;fi!!r o!ri. WABASH COLLECE CWFORDSVILLEL :j .v h Til if J Its and healthy situation, and the energy and enterprise of its citizens, which have done so much fr education, and are now pr scuting a railroad to Lafaye'te with much vig r, give nsuranco that Cra wfjrd'ville will be one of the beft town, in the S'.a te. It is about frty-hvc mile; iiorth-wot from Indiampoli, on the stage road to Springfe'd, Illinois, thirty south-east of Covington, twenty-eight miles south of Laf.tyette, and the same distant c north of Greencastle, in latitude 40 deg. 2 min. north, and !) deg A) min. wnst longitude. A few months ago Gen. Taylor appointed K. W. JMcGaughey, of Indi-iua, a Governor f Minnesota, Territory. He was notorjoinly unqualified fir the office. He rns not only wantino; in rjtwli Real ions to discharge its duties, but he had proven lunwlf unworthy of Iiis trust by hi infarnou course in r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 September 1849

From the Wathinglon Union, July 17. Gen. Cas&N Letter. Ditkoit, July 10. 13 ID. Dfa&Sib: I m tnoch obliged to juu for Ihe extracts you have tent me, and for catling my ettentiou tJ the remaiks ..f tomr of the whi piper upon a letter fiom the editor of the New Yolk Cuuiierand Enquirer, published in thit journal a slioit time wince, and in which an effort is made by those papeis to convict me of insincerity, lam auie you will bear me witness Ibat I have been heretofore pretty patient under similar attacks, some of them as remaikaUle fur their virulence as for their falsehood remarkable even in thi countiy, where political iuves'iations are o ptone to degenerate into personal abuse; and i had supposed, as the motive had parted away with the occion, that 1 iboulJ be allowed a reasonable measure of justice by our opponents, even if my opinions or court should be deemed woiihy of exjminaivo. But tbe result shows that I have been deceived t and as no cunsiJeraiion o...

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