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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 September 1849

3XiANAI'OL.IS,SEPTE:TIIJGR13,184a. To Correspondents. If "J. O. will Bike hia "Original TorXtj"rtmdubU, we my publish it To bive to re-write it, toil then to examine, it moie than we csn possibly fiod time for. Way doe he not patron lie the wrilin muters now her T It would certainly relieve liim by juietitg kit uertts, wbich matt be ttAreHlvg to him wbile writing his present hand. Senator Whitcomb. The Madison Courier states that Ex-Governor Whitcomb is still at James Town, N. Y. We learn from a le:ter to a friend that his health was improved, and that be will return to Indiana in a sl.-ort time. (rThe Anderson (Ind.) Democrat hoists the mine of Gen. Joseph Lane for President in 18Ö2, and lion. John A. Dix of N. Y. for Vice President. A race between Lane and Taylor is what tee should like to see right well. The result could not be doubtful. Alabama. The Tuscaloosa Observer gives a list of the members of the next legislature. It allows the whigs a majority of one in the Senate, and t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 September 1849

3aMatta State gcntiud. Mrmi vrcir ivrr ta tnt Plirt or LIBERTY. TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE Weekly paper, 82 a year Semi-Weekly, $1 a year. ISPIANAPOHS.SEPTEJinElg 13. 1849. 07-The communication of W. L. Bates, Esq., relativ to the M Wandering Jew," is unavoidably crowded out. We will endeavor to insert it on Saturday. QT-Alexander Newman, member of Congress elect from Virginia, died at Pittsburgh on the 8th icat., after a few hours illness. Steamboat Explosion. The steamboat May Flower, bound for Cincinnati, burst her boiler, on the 7th inf. at Logstown. Eleven persons scalded two dangerously. Macaulat's Hjstobt or England. We neg. leetcd to say, in our notice of this work in last Saturday's paper, that it is for sale by Davis &. Rat, nxt door to Craighead's. (r"The grand jury of Wayne county at their September session, returned ninety-three indictments, as the result of their firBt week's labor! Pretty good haul. Vermont Elections. The Telegraphic news from Vermont is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 September 1849

VARIETY. A wife who loses her patience, must not expect to keep her husband'" heart. What kind cf a Jog is used by a shoemakers in treeing bools 1 Short men take more notice of flowers and grasses than tall ones. EPIGRAM, BT COLERIDGE. Svrans sing before they die 'twere no bad tiling, Did certain persons die before they ting! He who respects his friends will seldom be a slov. en. He who respects himself can never be a strollop, tu i t i i ., i:;, i iro . ones, to receivo ten per cent, lie went back to his Rhode Island has within he ted er mory . 1G3 ;unfin;shed brcakraBtAv,,, what appe.iteh. might, cotton mills, consuming annua lyoö,000 bales u cot-, w diJ t , ton, and manufactunuO.OOO.UOO yard, of cloth. J I(i,icll),ct aJjj comforter. &' Mental pleasures never cloy; unlike those of the; "I me;inl to have atttuded to it yesterJay, my body they are increased by repetition, approved of by dear," reflection, and strengthened by enjoyment. Cotton.' "You meant. That id always...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 September 1849

VARIETY. Love If you cannot inspire a womin with love for you, fill her above the brim with lore fur herself, and all that runs over will be yours. The latest way to pop the question i to ask the fair lady "if you shall have the pleasure cf seeing her at the minister's." Byron said the greatest trial to a woman's beauty was the ungraceful act of eating eggs', he never saw one of the critters hanging on by the teeth to a blading hot corn cob, that' clear. "A-las! a-las!" as .lie old bachelor exclaimed when be felt a desire tu marry. He made the same exclamation af.er marriage, but pt-ll it differently. A long ladder leaning against a house, a nigger at the top and a hog rubbing himself against the foot of it "G'way, g'way dere you'ra makin' miachief." A wag purchased a very fine horse. Returning from a ride a few days afterwards he said he discovered a quality in his animal which added fifty dollar to his value "He shied at a constable" "Think there's any danger mister raenagery man,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 September 1849

i:. INDIAN APOLIS. SElTILTinCi: 20. 1819. Ilallrond Sleeting. Remember the Railroad meeting this afternoon at ONE o'clock, at the Court House, to appoint delegates to the St. Louis convention. OCtTIip Board of Health of Lafayette, Ind., informs the public, in a report dated on the 10th tnst., that cholera has entire! disappeared from that city, no case having appeared for ten days previous thereto. Or-The Tennessee delegates in the Philadelphia convention voted unanimously for Taylor n every ballot, and the peopleof Tennessee gave him over six thousand majority. How bitterly must ho have disappointed them, when they turn against him in five months ! fj7Tho?e miserable mountebanks the "Shaker Family," were here again this werk. They did not take monoy enough to pay their license. We are much gratified that our citizens had the good taste and good- sense to treat tu em with deserved contempt. .fJrSt. Louis is getting rather a bad name on account of the number of murders, burglaries, &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 September 1849

Indiana State Sentinel. CTtlillL VIOILAHCC IS THE fICE Of LIIItTT TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE Weekly paper, 2 year Semi-Weekly, $4 a year. LDIAIVArOLIS.SEPTE7ICGIt20. 181. To Correspondents. - J. N. B , Tkton. Why cant Charley C. tend als Serol-W. J We will suit) Mm oura, and tArea timet in winter. Forweeka wa bare not received tho S. Now bow it a Northeuder, and an old Democrat cf Ward 3, to get aloo 1 You araf see to it. or Uli our old friend Bugged no Rurghn.to attend to It. Ha line from Tv. S. W.of 11L thii morning. Ha It the true grit ; and we wish yea frotett Yankee hid As his knowle Ige about our great nil roaa,madea making, ani to l made. We should tee more of j-ou In thia land of promise. Ytn wouldJ. L. II., Ruihrille. All right. See the notice of exercises in connexion with the Presbyterian synod, (Cid School) in to-day's paper. fjrOur friend Applcgate of tho Times has been elected T.Iiyor of Delphi, Ind. (t5Frederick Hocker, the distinguished German patriot, has arrived a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 September 1849

I'ncific Hail road Meeting A number of citizens met at the Comt House on last Saturday at the hour appointed, and adjourned tu the portico of Wellington Hall. On motin of Hon. O. II. Smith, Jod Wick wae called to the chair President of the meeting. Messrs. D. Mcl'arUnd and II. P. Colurn were, on motion, selectd Vice Presidents, and J. L. Ketcham and Jolm D. DeIre appointed Secretaries. On motion, th Chair appointed Messrs. Sheets, McFarand, Coburn, Filhean, and Delree, a commiitc tu report revolutions for the consideration of the meeting. Tha meeting then n1j urned In meet at th aa:ne place in ilia evening at half past sis o'clock. Half-past six o'clock. Tho meeting convened pursuant to adjournment. Judg. Wick not being present, Judge Plasm, was ca!Ud to th chair, pro tern. The enmmitte appointed for tha purpose, submitted the following reliitin ; Resolved, That (in the langtj.iga of the St. Louis Committee,) -ihe grand problem of age, in regard to a Weeteiu Route to Asia, it about ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 September 1849

VARIETY. A Liter alist or a Joker. We Beet paragraph 'goinre the round," to the effect that the Bisnop of Oxford, having sent round to the churchwardens in his diocese a circular of inquiries, amonj which was: "Does your officiating clergyman preach the gospel, and are his conf ersation and carriage consistent therewith!" The churchwarden near Wallingford, replied, IIe preachea the gospel, but does not keep a carriage." "If ar.gela hove any fun in tl.eai," eajs Horace Walpole, "how much we divert them.' He who betrays another's teeret, because lie has quarrelled with hirn, was never worthy of the sacred name of friend. A breach of kindness on one side, will not justify a breach of trust on the other. Gutta percha tubes are now laid down in some English churches, from the pulpit to the pews of deaf persons, by which they are enabled to hear the preacher. It is suggested that the question "May a man marry his wife's sister!" is one which can be most effectively answered by the sister ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 September 1849

WDIAg 4PjS.PTEjnIlCIt 27, 1819. Corn. We are in ad need of some corn. Bring us along a load, one of a dozen cf our friend. It pays as well as cash at market prices. If you have not corn, depend upon it, we will not refuse gold or silver dollars, nor j aper representatives, if brought early in the morning. N. B. Falher M. may bring in those "spuds. OThe gifted Edgar A. Poe, ha quitted hia intemperate habits and joined the Sons of Temperance. So says the Cincinnati Times. Accident. A son of the Hon. Jas. Cooper, U. SSenator, had his leg cut off last week, at Pot!?vilIe, Pa., by a car passing over it. He attempted to jump from the car, and unfortunately fill. 07 7T Irring Family, of whom we have seen many complimentary notices in the newspapers, give a concert at the 2J Presbyterian church, this evening. See their advertisement. $0,01 steward, Is offered for the name of that Democrat who proposed to John D. Defrees to re-elect him State Printer, if Dcfrees in turn would secure bis (the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 September 1849

'gnbifttm State gtnlincl. ETEBHAL VIOILAHCE It THE FEICE OF LIBCRTT. TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE: Weekly paper, $2 a year Semi -Weekly. $4 a year. IXDIANAPOLIS.SCrTEMIlEU 27, 18 19. Pay your Taxes! The delinquent list cf Marion County will be placed in the hand of the printer on the lt day of October. All who intend to pay their taxes and do not wUh to be advertised. Lad better attend to the matter previous to that time. A New Minister from France. -The New York Tribune states that, "we are informed that M. Poussia's recall has been decided on ly the French government, independent of hia difficulty with the cabinet at Washington. Mr. de Montholon, the 6on of General Montholon, is said to be named Lis successor." Letting of the Plank Road to Charleston, Li. Mr. O. M. Marsh received the contract for making the plank road from Jeffersonville to Charleston, Indiana, from the Clark county Central plank road Company. The road is to be 13 feet wide, and Mr. Ma rah agrees to build it for 9 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 September 1849

ITIXDICAL. 9IATTEIIS. Remarkable Operatw.. We take the liberty of noticing a very successful operation performed by a physician of our city en a gentleman named Ninian Iloskius, a minuter of tlie gospel in Crawford county, Indiana. He has been blind from birth, and was induced to place himself under the hand of D-xrtor Sloan, of our city, who operated upon one of hi9 eyes. Mr. lloskina was taken home to Crawford county be' fore the band, were removed; and when thi wa. done, we are informed by a gentleman residing in that nei Ittarhood that the operation was found to have been eminently successful, lie describes the emotions of the patient, when suddenly possessed of a sense so novel to him, to be of the most enthusiastic description. Things which lie had Ion been acquainted with through the medium of ihe other senses, became possessed of a i:e.v and eurpaa.sinp; beauty, and ruada which he had böen u?ed to travel fearlessly when blind, had t be again learned. His wife and children, i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 September 1849

Severe on the Pope. The Rev. Joseph Wolff, the well known enthusiastic and intrepid traveller, has addressed a short letter to the Roman people, with whom he claims the affinity of earl education, in which the following pungent sentence occurs: Our blessed Redeemer, the Lord Jesus Christ, was led to the cross. Peter, whose successor the Roman Pontiff affects to be, drew the sword and etruck a servant of the High Priest, nntl smoto off his ear; and though theaword was here drawn to save the life of the Lord from Heaven himself, the Lord said to him, "Put up again thy sword into its place." But what did Pius IX! He leaves his children at Rome like a coward, escapes to Gaeta. and thence he ex horts his children in France to unsheathe the aword against his children in Rome; not for the purpose of j saving either Christ or his Church, but fr retaking a paltry temporal dominion, which his predecessors : in dark ages havt grasped, and which he blaephe-j moußly calls the patrimony of Peter;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 October 1849

IXDIAXAFOL.IS. CTO II CK 4, 1810. CO-!' is slated tliat Dem and Kossuth, the Hungarian leaders are on their way to the United States. We have plenty of room for ihem. A Sweeping Majority. Mr. D. S. Kaufman was lately re-elected to Congress from Texas. Of the 10,000 votes in his district, he only lost 300 ! 0"An election for a member of Congress for the ; 13th district of Virginia takes place on the 8th of i November, to fill the vacancy of Hon. A, Newman,' deceased. The anniversary of the battle of .Vonterey was celebrated in Cincinnati by the firing o' cannon, the parade of volunteer companies, and the display of the bullet-torn flags borne on that eventful day by the Ohio regiment. 07" A serious riot recently occurred at Yellville, Arkansas, which grew out of an attempt made by the Sheriff to arrest some murderers. E ght persona were killed, and at the last account a large party had fortified themselves, and determined to resist the civil authority. O-We regret to learn that one o...

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

3atiana State Sentinel. ITIMAL TICILAHCE I THC P1ICE OF LIBCBTY. TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE: Weekly paper, 2 a year SemiAVeekly, $4 n. year. INDIANAPOLIS. OCTODEIt 4, 1819. CA letter from "our reefer' will Le found in another column. He talks about Pop-s and King" aa if they were but common folks. The despotic discipline of a man-of-war, it appears, has not eradicated his republican notion, so far. We think he will slick. Oregox Democratic! A letter writer in tho N. Y. Tribune, from Oregon city, confesses that the Democrat were triumphant in that Territory, at the recent elections, and that whigjjery has a poor show of indifferent material in that far off region ! O-We were mistaken in the amount of loss by the burnirjr of Loux's brewery. Our estimate was only for the building the contents destroyed, such as grain, swill, kegs, tubes, and futures generally, would make the aggregate loss not less than $2,000. . Butler Divorce Case. The Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas has decided ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 October 1849

T''ohfof "lr' SS.el-othe wqr..f a eqr 9f ice 28, all in t IS a. r 11 e. containing in ill 120 .ere.; mortgaged by Abiaham Milien loan, inteiest etc $379 75. tnortg The e bf of the n w qr of ee 33, t 18 n, r 10 e, contain . ing 80 acie; mortgaged by mley Weibortu loau, iuterest etc $217 bo. Loi. numbered 1,2, 3, 6, 7 tod 8. in block bo 7 and el.o lotsnurnbe.eJ 13 and 14, of the fir.t loulbern .d li.i. 10 tht town of Louisville; mortgaged by Jesse V. Baldwin, losn. inteiet etc $401 3. The w bf of th o w qr of lee 36, I 13 n, r 10 e, cotitaininfC SO acres; mortgaged by Aquilla Bailed: loan, iuteiett etc $225 03. Hamilton County. The wt hf of a eqrof sec 21, and the a ear of the n w qr sec 31. and the n qr s w qr see M.andalso the undivided h-lf of the w half ol a e qr sec 14, all in township M north, of ranre 4 east, and containing in ail sou aeret ; mortgaged bj Bethel J. Dunning: loan, interest. It SVJ 9V. ! The west halt of q and a qr of a qr see 10, 1 18 n, r 4 east, mortgaged by T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 October 1849

IHEDICAL HATTEHS. A Curious Case or Surgery. Some lime ago, a little child of Mr. Lothrop, at the foot of Salisbury street, w&s playing with a f&ir of bivalve shells, round in form, and each fullj as large as the eighth of a dollar, when one of them disappeared, nnd nothing could be found of it. After several weeks there was an appearance of something growing in the child's mouth, in the roof of it. The child waa carried to Dr. Clark, the City Physician, who pronounced it a case of the enlargement of some bone, the anatomical name of which is too hard for us, but we will call it one of the rafters of the mouth. Subsequently Dr. Warren was consulted, who confirmed Dr. Clark's opinion, and proposed to operate to reduce the iize of the enlarged bone. On cutting around the protuberance, the before-mentioned s4iell fell out. It seems to have adhered, the concave side up, to the rvof of the mouth, until it had become completely imbedded under the skin. Boston Chrun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 October 1849

IXDIAXAPOLIS. OCTOBER 11, 1819. Canada. A riot recent! occurred at Bytown, between the tories and radicals, in which eight persons are said to hare been killed. Gold Mixe'in Indiana. Mr. Grijrg, of Morgan county, so it is stated, has discovered a gold mine on bis land. Glad of it. But erery farmer can discover gold mines in bis land, if be works hard and judiciously in cultivating it. Seventeen prsorn charged with participating in the New York Opera House riot, pome month ago. have been condemned, after tedious trials. Judson (better known as Ned Buntline,) was fined $200 and sentenced toonpyear in the Penitentiary Green to one month, and Thomas Bennett. Geo. Douglass and James O'Niel, each to thirty daya in the city prison. hive got up another post office fuss in South Carolina. Some good-for-nothing-joker forwarded copies of an abolition circular to the "committee of Vigilance" at Pendleton; upon which they went to tlje post office and took out certain letters by force. No lives l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 October 1849

3iiM(ma State Sentinel. ETC13AL V1CILA5CE I THE P1ICE Of tIBCTT. TERMS IXVARI ABLY IN ADVANCE i Weekly paper, 2 a year Semi-Weekly, $4 a year. ixiUAiVAroLis. octoiicu 11, isla. Q-Corrcspondents to insure the publication of their favors, should make them short, pithy and comprehensive. Found, a Hack lace teil, how many have we picked up before thi! which the owner may obtain by applying at this oSce. C7"The Antonio Brothers performed four nights in this city, last week, and gave general satisfaction to their patrons. Ms. Calhoun. It ia rumored that it is Mr. Calhoun's purpose to resign his seat in the U. S. Sen6te at an early day. Whkj "Equalization." The Richmond Jeffersonian says: We suppos the offices are about equalized" now in this region, as there is not a democrat left in office. 3,520 dogs have been killed according to law, in JJew York city, during the past year. It is not stated how many of these have been manufactured into sausages. 03-Tho Kentucky Constitutional Conventio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 October 1849

-i -. . - l-i turn, . MASONIC HALL. A Descwptiom of the Masonic Hall. The building is 63 feet front oo Washington street by 110 feet deep on Tennessee street, and three stories high. It is built ia the Grecian Doric order of architecture, with a Portico in front 11 feet deep, extending across the entire front. The Entablature is supported by six Doric columns, four feel Ihre inches in diameter, aod 33 feet h'gh ; said columns commearing on a platform on a level with the second story floor. The sides and back end are finished with Pilasters or Antie the same height of the columns, four feet face aud projecting nine incl.es, and the whole bnilJing crowned with a heavy Doric Eutablature. The roof is covered with composition, and the whole external surface of the walls is covered with Stucco, in imitation of cut stone, giving the building the appearance of a cat stone e-Iifice. The first or basement story, is 11 feet high in the clear, and is divided into three store rooms 17 feet wide ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 October 1849

SALE Ol SIKI FUND LAXDS. THE following piece, paicels, or lots of lauds, or much of each a may Im necessary, will od Satuidsy the eighth day of December next, between lb hours of tihl o'clock A. M , and five o'clock, P. M.at the Court IIoue door, io the town of Indianapolis, be offered fr sale to Ihe highest bidder, Ihe bid Dein equal lo the amount chatgeablr; the same having been moitgagtd io the Sute t J ml una, to ecuie lotos frm the Sicking Fund, nd foilelted by nonpayment of the iiiterest due tuereoo, to wi: Bartholomew County ' The west half of the o e qr see 15. 1 10 n. r 5 e. eot-tain-in SO acies more or less; mortgaged by Iltniy Dri t; imprest, etc födö 20. Thi n w qr of the n vr qr of see 25, and the e hfs w qr of tee 24; also 20 acres bounded as follows, to wit: beginning t the S w con er of s c 24, thence east to the line dividing the east and west halve of the s w qr rf section, thence north 40 poles to tstake.ther.ee est to the sec Jine of said section, thence south 4U...

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