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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 November 1849

IXPIANAPOEIS. KOTEnPER 13, 1849. SESSION SENTINEL. The State Sentinel will be issued Triweekly during the coming session of the Legislature, as usual. We shall employ a corps of the best reporters, and the proceedings of the Assembly will be given in our usual full and correct form. Tri-weekly for the Session, - $1.00 Weekly. ------ 50 Will our exchanges please notice? tf. Arrived. We are pleased to announce the arrival of the Hon. JnsErH A. Weight, our Governor' elect, and his family, all in good health. They have taken possession of the executive mansion, and in a few dys, we suppose, will be ready to see their friends. Our citizens of course will take pleasure in making them welcome to the hospitalities of the city. The Election. We give such returns of the recent elections as we have received by the telegraphic reports in the Cincinnati papers. As usual, they are most unsatisfactory, as. no calculation can be made from them as to the general result, een if correct, which general...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 November 1849

3aMaiia State -Sentinel. MUÜAL VIGILANCE (S THE ratCK OF LIBERTY. TKRMS INVARIABLY IN ADVAXCKt Wkly rir.or. &"J Tnr Semi-Weekly. $4 ft vear IX1M IX4POL1S, IOVi;IIIi:i5 15, IS49. SESSION SUATIXEL. The State Sentinel will be issued Triweekly during the coming session of the Legislature, as usual. We shall employ a corps of the best reporters, and the proceedings of the Assembly will be given in our usual full and correct form. Tri-weeklv for the Session, - $1.00 Weekly, ------ 50 Will our exchanges please notice? tf. Lost. On Monday morning in this city an eight square Breast Pin, with a glass in it, under which was eome hair crosed; there was a dotted rim encircling the glsa for the purpose of keeping it in. The finder will confer a favor by leaving it at thU office, as it is an old family keep-sake. I'lie Elections. We have very few additional returns since our last The telegraph is "out of order" in all directions, as is usual when a disaster overtakes whiggery. But the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 November 1849

(I i i TiiS Cat out of thk B.iJ.Greclej, of the Xtw York Tribune, is o.ie of the leaky brothers. Here id t!ie way he lets out the electonrering dings of the Whig. As it cam out accidentally, we request our readers nut ti say anything about it: Cautdm to Whigs. On the approach of every election, there is a lirje chss of blowers and sucker who make a practice of goinjr about spunginjj upon Whip cani'idatea and other citizens known to be liberal supporters of the Whig cause getting a dollar Lere, fire there, tin in anotner phce, and sometimes even twenty by means of a forged letteror oine other rascally device. We caution all Whisjs. but especially Whig candidate, against tti id class of vnmpyres, and entreat each not to give them tho first dollar. Nomatter what preler.ro they gel up. tell them you don't want a v te that has to be bought, and that if vu have any money to irive for the legitimste and lionest promotion of" the Whig cause, yon will ehe it to the rpresentaiive of the Gener...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 November 1849

iom:ir. news BT TUE STEAM-SMP HIBEJLXIA. There is no late news in the European Time tue only paper come to hand from Constantinople or St. Petersburg, and we hnve no solution of the difficulty between the Porte and Autocrat. The general belief among the well informed circles is, that Russia will pocket the affront rather than proroke a collision with France and England. A correspondent writing from Belgrave, on the 1st, elates that the Hungarian refugees ore still at Widden, ready to set out for their destination. Prince Alexander, of Sorvia, behaved well towards them, allowing a free passage and provisions through his Territory. Bern, Dembinski, and others have embraced Islamism and entered the Turkish army. llaynau, in his administration of military affairs, loses no opportunity to preserve the bloody epithet so universally applied to him. He lias murdered under guise of Court Martial, thirteen Hungarian Generals, who delivered themselves up at the close of the war. Count Bethyany...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 November 1849

INDIANAPOLIS. NOVEMDEK 33, 1849. Mus&aeliueits Election. Boston,' November 13, P. M. We have returns from the whole State, except a few towns. The vote for Governor stands: Briggs Whig 49.092, Bout well Democrat 23,069, Fhillips Free Soil 23,332. Erjjjs falls short of an election by the people 1200) votes. There is a Whig1 gain in the House. Their majority is about 100. In the Fifth Congressional District, Palfrey Free Soil is defeated, there being no choice. Boston City gives 200 Whig majority. New York Election. New York, Nov. 13, P. M. The Whigs hsve 1500 majority on the State ticket. It is thought there will be a lie in the Senate, and one majority in the House. A couple of days will settle the matter. The vote ia close all around. Wisconsin Election. Dewey Dem. is re-elected Governor. The Democrats have carried every thing. OrOne of the smallest outrages uf Taylor's small potato administration, is the duplicate advertisement of the "list of letters," remaining in po...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 November 1849

Snotatm State Sentinel. ET C B XAL VICILAUCE I THE PRICE OF tllUTT. TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCEt Weekly paper, 2 00 year Three copies for $3 00. Semi .Weekly. $4 year. iMiAN4ioLis, rovi:iiiii:i 21, isio. SESSION SENTINEL. The State Sentinel will be issued Triweekly during the coming session of the Legislature, as usual. We shall employ a corps of the best reporters, and the proceedings of the Assembly will be given in our usual full and correct form. 1 Tri-weekly for the Session, - $1.00 Weekly, - - - - ' - 50 " Will our exchanges please notice? tf. CARD. Ediths Sehtisei Gent. Permit rae to ijy.throtigh 1 the medium of your paper, tbat I ana not a candidate for An- j ditor of Slate. My oarae hn been mentioned, favorably, in . connection with tbat office, by tbt democratic prrit of tha . State, fur which I am ander many obligations. It it gratify- j ins; to know tbat several gentlemen will be candidates fur i the fifike.in every respect worthy and well qualified. Lafayette Nov. 16,13...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 November 1849

I C M I O ATHS. CWe re requested to announce Johw F. Read, of Clark coouijr, ts a candidate for Slate Aem. W"W sie leqoeated to announce E. N. Bowman, ff FnunIlia Count, as candidate fur the office of Assistant Clerk of the House of Representatives. 1 fc!r-We are requested to announce Isaac H. Taylor, of Jefferton Count, a a candidate for Auditor of State. 80We tie requested to announce Gen. Alexander S. Bobvett of New Alban, at a candidate for Agent of State. $3rlVe are requested to announce William Daxlet, Esq., of Fayette count, at a candidate for Agent of State. DVe are requested to announce Dakiel Mowrtzrt of Henry count, a a candidate for Treasurer of Stale. (jjVe are requested to announce C. B. Beutlet, of Wane count, a a candidate foi Principal Cleik of the Home of Representative. frWe are reqnefed to announce Dr. G. V. KtMttiir, of Marion Count, Ute a Cleik in a Buieau of the U. S. Tieasnry Depattmeot, a candidate foi AitantSecietary of the Senate, at the approaching sestio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 November 1849

WM inadmissible in 'hi- f.regoii part of th'u testimony, anj hieb tu nljerteü ! in that form. Se back. Young's bat u knocked off and he wished to get it, but I would not let him, aa it coulJ be sent for. From the lime witness started to to Phillips, il was not more than ha'f a minute before he reached him. Young was trembling when we reached the body. Yung complained mu h nf his arm. anJ said it was broken. After Phillips broke from witne-e. it wes me 5 or 10 minute before Y-unij maJe the rennik objected to by lh-0"tirt. (See back.) Il was about half a minute afier Phillips broke away, when Shoemaker remarked that he was dead. Wit riesa supposed that he was about five minutee where deceased fill. Ynung made the remark just as I started away with him II was dark and dusty night. Thinks it rinJ'aftr the affray was orer. Deceased fell with hi head towards Morrrisnjv B kstore. Witness saw him fall. Was boot 10, 20. ur 15 feet from Phi lips when he gi op aftrr the first fall. When he f.-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 November 1849

INDIANAPOLIS. NOVE.TiDEIt 22, 1849. Destitute Widows and Osthans. We commend the suggestions thrown out in the following communication, tu the earnest attention of the bener. olent in this city who are able to du anything in the matter. To relieve the distressed and provide for the wan' of the poor, is the duty of every christian community. The plan named may not be the best which could be deviied, but it is worthy of consideration: Ma Editor; It, peibaps.llly become one who hat never taken pait in oigaDiztnr societies to make suggestions opun inch subject'! jet, 1 will do to: la tbif city we bare bad, fur many yeais, a Benevolent Society, which hai dooe a freat deal of fod. Io ra trying iolo eSVct it object, deposits ies of clothing hare been established, oat of which persons applying aie supplied Thi it prabewoithy, lot it eemi t me, d not do all that ought to be done T my knowledge, theie ate many poor widows, who have famine, of god character, who nerd the aid .f those able to r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 November 1849

3nötQua State Bctütucl. r.illl VIGILANCE I THE MICE OF LIIRBTT.. TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE! Onr Terms. Tlie following will hereafter be they; ermanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Slat Sentinel: fj-Fay raents to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, $4 00 Three copies, $10.00 One copy during the session, 1AK) I.OIAI4lOL.IS,KOVEMBEi: 29. 1819 SESSIOX SENTINEL, The State Sentinel will be issued Triweekly during the coming session of the Legislature, as usual. We shall employ a corps of the best reporters, and the proceedings of the Assembly will be given in our usual full and correct form. Tri-weekly for the Session, - $1.00 Weeklv, 50 Vill our exchanges please notice? tf. Qj-A. communication from Mr. Lee, on the subject of the St. Louis and Cincinnati Telegraph line, is necessarily deferred till our next paper, as well as orae other matters. After this week we shall ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 November 1849

si'i'itEME co v irr or i.mjia.na. November Teruj, 1819. MtToiTtXt TOR TBt TÄTE srjmSEL BT A. O. rOBTH, tq Mobs it, Nov. 26. The Supreme Court tut I lhi morning at their room in the Stst. Houe. Pieent I tie wii-le bench of Judges. The following rule w announced by the Cuutt, vizi The lole to the order u( time in decidi.ig causes is not apply to plain case. Longlois v. Ccffi. Chaucer. Error to Iht Howard C. C BLftCxroiD. J. Where treaty says that Iii till to a eeitaia tiact of land i thereby vetted in a certain indiidual, hit heir and aaaigns, the treaty operate a a giant of the land- But wheie it tart tbit a half section of land, at a specified joint, ball be grimed to a certain perann, bi hi and assigns, by m patent from th PrttfJtnt of tht United State, tire clause amount ooly t a cuoiract thit the land hall be afterwarda pioperly located by an agent of th gov eminent, and be cmveyed by a aient f. am the President. Decree affirmed. K. H. JJrackelt, ally, for piff.; W. Wii;ht, lllr....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 November 1849

Frr-m the St. Ismis Republican. Address of the National Itailroad Convention, Assembled at St. Louis. T the P'ople of the United Stale: The Convention of Delegates from fourteen States of th Uni.m, which assembled at St. Louis on the 16(b devot O lbr last, being unani oualv ftvornl.le 1 Ihn conatnicyon of a Central National Railroad from the Minisaippi river to the waters of the PaciCe Ocean, authorized the undersigned members of a committee appointed tot the purpose, t address the people of the United States, and to urge their co-operation in procuring such action on th part of Congress aa maj be necessary to carry out the views nf the Convention. We bespeak, therefore, for the voice cf the Convention, . National audience. We aak, for their proceedings, the . serious consideration of the whole country. The subject I addressee itself to the whole people, aa elevated above J parties, above sectional divisions, and personal attach- j menu, and aa one in country , in government and in ...

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

lWDIAMl'OLIS, DCCETIBEi: 6, 1819. J ciE Chamberlain not a Candidate. We have a letter from the Hon. E. M. Chamberlain, dated Goshen, Nov. 23, in which he says I have recently seen my name spoken of in the papers of the iftate, as a candidate for State Agent. am not a candidate for thai office." Arrivals. A host of gentlemen, from all quarters of the State, arrived during the present week, and now fill our hotels and boarding houses to repletion, preliminary to the opening of the General Assembly on Monday next. The weather is delightfully pleasant, and the health of the town ia unusually good. Every body appears to be in good spirits and good nature, and it is to be hoped will continue so. Pacific Railroad. Mr. Asa. Whitney, well known as the projector of a railroad scheme across this continent, addressed a large meeting, principally composed of distinguished citizens of other parts of the State, at Wesley chapel, on Tuesday evening last. His address, illustrated by diagrams of the ...

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

3nöiana egislature. SCSSIOX 1849-40. SENATE. Ca Monday morning, Dec. 31, 1849, I 9 o'clwk, A. M-, the Senate was called io oider bjr Ho. James G. Read, Pieaident, pro tem. The roll of the Senate hating been called, the name of the memben elect were called, end answered lo a follows James P. Milliki.i, f.om the county of Deaiborn. John S. Reid, frem tbc counties of Farette aud Uufon. J. B. Wiiistandley, from the county of Floyd. N. McCarty, fiom the county of Mai ion. Ab. Teerden, fiom the cuooty of Laporte. J. M. Hanoa, from the county of Vio, tue. R. W. Lyon, from the county cf Fountain. R. J. Dawson, from the county of Noble, fee. Joeph Allen, fiom tnc county of Montgomery. John Wood, fiom the o.utity of Onio, fee. Noiman Eddy, ftn the county f St Ja h, fee. j J. W. OJell, from the cnuoty of Tippecanoe. i G. B. Walker, from the counties f Case, Howard, fee. I James M-ian, frtn ibe county of Decatur. ! George Bmy, flora tbc county of Franklin. Jacob Biuh, fim the county of Raud.lph...

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

. t . ' . ' "- . -" for their oca, snd Ua tt preserve the health of thoe convict wb.i occupy the proper prison cell, by providiug additional mean of ventilation. When the report i received il will doubtless bt laid before yo. accompanied with such suggestions a It irnpoiUiice may mtiiu The lepint of the Adjutant and Quarter Master Generali present nothing which fem to require Boy legiiUtire action; tbe bu.inc iB their ten'" leparimeiit hm been regularly and p.omptly st'ei'ded to daring the year. The public mind teem to be awakened to the necessity of Impr.ivin the chaunets of intercommunication in our Slate, and ao pnbdc improvement rem to comrneoJ irelf to tbe public wi:h more favour, thio tbat of PUnk roid-j o far a experience teaches any thing on thi sobject, it U in favour of 1 Ul character of improvements fiom tbe cheapness of conduction and the ability of the f iteultoral portion of the comroaiiif j to fuitmh within themselves the mean of cmstruct Ln. Tbey aie doubtless in a f...

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

' M.f.i.ti LiMH. THE foUowiui pi -ee poceis ir lots uf lands. or so much tf each ma . gcttiuijr, will on Satmdiy the eighth day rf December nrxt, be twee n the- hoots of e Lhl o'dock A M.and 6r .-M-k. P M , ai Ihe Cmiri lliue dmr, in 'he t-.wn of ImÜsi.ap Ii-, be . tfe.e-l f -r sale t ihe highest bidder, ibe bid bring cqu ! io the am-nnl ehaigeabtej the tame hari -g btm moitgig- d 'o the Stale uf Indi-ina, to seeo'e loans frm the Sinking Fund, and foifeited by nonpayment of the intern due thereon, to wi t Bartholomew County. The s e qr rf see 27, and the nwqrtf the n a qr of nc 34. all in t 10 n r 5 , containing 2 CO seres; moitgaged by John M. Gwik; loan, intetet, ete $541 86. Blackford County The noith half. aTi the a w qr of n e fiac qr (et cf old Indian Loundaiy ) sec 14. lownbip 24, noith of lange 1 1 east, containing in all 90 acres; mortgaged by Joshua B. Cassj Lao, inteiest, etc $314 66. Boone County. The eist half ft the n e qr of see 15. and the west half of the D w qr nf ...

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

I, INDIANAPOLIS. DEC'EIUDER 13, 1849. The Legislature. Tie General Assembly yesterday went into Contention for the election of Auditor and Treasurer of State. The result was, that on the first ballot for ech. Dr. E. W. II. Ellis, editor of the Goehen Democrat was elected Auditor, and Col. James P. Drake, of Indianapolis, was elected Treasurer. The result was high! creditable, evincing as it did, the spirit of onion and harmony which is always essential to the speedy and successful transaction of business. Dr. Ellis will come monj us a comparative stranger ; but hit personal merits Will soon win him plenty of friends. As a Slate officer, he will do credit to his party by serving the people witii faithfulness and nronmlitude Col. Drake will make a popular Treasurer, as every body knows. There were several candidates lielore the democratic caucus for the above office, and there was several ha I lutings before a preference was ' expressed for Treasurer, The choice having bet-n j fixed u...

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

3nMctnci legislature. SCSSIOX1849-.'JO. SENATE. Satt an at, Dec. 8. The Senkt met. The President laid before the Sentit the annaal report ot the Tiaiteei of the Blind Asylum; laid on tbe table, od 1,000 copies ordered lob punted, 600 for the tM of the Senator!, and 6O0 for the ue of the Institution. On motion of Mi Montgomery, it wit ordered that 600 additional eopiea of the report of the Trustees of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum be printed for the ate of the Institution. Petition, dec Presented. By Mr McCartj, a petition of Ibe Bellefontaine Railroad Compaojr, asking fur an amendment of their charter leferred to a select committee. By Mr McCatty. the petition of Samuel Henderson, relatire to the title of certain lauds ; referred to the committee ob the Jadiciary. Report from Select Committees. By Mr Reid of U., a bill to incorporate the Old School Presbyterian Ciiuicb of Dunlpsville oidored to be engross4 and read a third lime on Monday. By Mr Mcndrtcki, a bill declaiing the meaning of ...

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

The auditor Slates, Im knows no reasons why these lamls countj charge bj said justice, s.u. I negro or mulatto shall have not Uen appraised. Thea Linda were pur- give bond with aecuritj within twenty-four hour from chased wlien scrip waa receivable lor landa worth only the rendition of said judgment, or be liable to be retnovCO or 70 cents on the dollar ; hence the clause in the State ed out of the State, in the same manner and onder the debt or Duller bill for a re appraisement of land. Willi same regulation that paupers are removed by the over regard to acrip, the bondholders took, the canal with all seers of the pour, wlioae duty it ahall ha to sw the jod;itt liabilities ; thej now reluw to receive this trrip. He ment of the justice duly carried out : Provided, however, believed the contract should be complied with bj both it shall .be discretionary with the said overseers In reparties; hence he had offered hi amendment. move and convey aaid person to Hie asylum (of the pro. Mr. ...

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

FROffi OREGON! THE MESSAGE OF GEN. LANE! To the Territorial Legislature. LETTER FROM JUDGE" BRYANT ! INTERESTING INTELLIGENCE ! Orego.x City, August ISth, 1849. To the Editors of the Indiana State Sentinel: Enclosed I send you the message of our mutual friend, Gov. Lane, to the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Oregon. This document, as well as all the Governer's official acts, shows the good sense, and I may add, the good heart of the man, and is well received here by the citizens, and assembly. The Governor is very prompt in defending the Indians in their fisheries and other rights, essential to their comfort aud subsistence, and on the other hand exacts from them more respect to the rights of our citizens than one not accustomed to them would suppose them capable of yielding. We have had no late difficulties with them, and I believe his policy wi!l secure us against any future difficulty. The Governor is almost constantly engaged in hearing their petty grievances, and redr...

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