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

INDIANAPOLIS, DDCE.TinCIC 20, 1819. L'oiigressioiiul. Tt!graphed for the Indiana Slate Sentinel. New York. Dec. 13. 1349. The following are yesterday's proceedings: The House assembled at the usual hour, and proceeded to ballot. There waa but one ballot taken, which resulted as follows: Biovvn 112; Durkee2G; Morehcad 12; Stanley 13; McGaughey 13; Winthrop 17; remainder scattering. Tutal Mr. Wilmot, Preston King, and two other Freeaoil members voted for Brown, who came within two votes of be'wz elected. During the session Mr. Ashmun, of Mass., accused the Democratic pirty of having entered into a written agreement with the Free-6oilers to secure the - elc:tior of Mr. Brown. This was indignantly denied by some of the Southern members; but it was subsequently admitted by Mr. Brown, that he had promised Mr. Wilmot that crrtain committees should be su constituted as to meet the approval of Mr. Wilmot and his friends. This caused much excitement. Several of the southern members desired to...

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

3nbiana cgiölaturc. snssio. iio-so. HOUaE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Fridat, Dec. 14. 1349. rrERMO X 8EIO.". R'-o'utiims OJfered. Ey Vr. Knovtltou, in roli(in to what cunitruction elia'l be ilirn! uj..ii tfiu fill aeriiori of tire common clt-xil law; adopted . By .Mr. lliilmr J-n, a t Ilm expediwy of miking ad miitiBlrnlur wim-s?a for estates lliey represent ; adopted Uy Mr. Chandler, that enquiry bo made, wliv ilia renn on the Northern Division nl llie Central canal are not paid ? and aUo, whether aom plan cannot be adopted to make the canal nay its own expenses? adopted. By Air. Holcomb, as to the expediency of protecting physicians against quacks and quack medicine, xc. Air. Edwards moved to lay on tli table; rarried. By Mr. Cole, as to the expediency of amending the common school law, so that money aliall be expended in the township where it is collected ; adopted. By Mr. Goodwin, as to the expediency of changing the law, so as to give tax-delinquents twelve month tore deem personal pr...

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

Haute, in consequence of ihn infringement of their lights. ITJr. Win. J. BrotVII lllld tllC Spcukerod cud in a senous in jury lo the whole upper Wabath I , . , 1 li uiifc-inl till not having been reported back by the ommillff, l he whole nailer wu tent back lo the commit lee, and no farther proceeding bad on lh subject. The bill zioz the pay of the membeis of the Legislature at three dollar per day and Ihre dollar for every 2- milra travel, a milage, wnhoul limiting lh tint of laid eoropenatiow to ix wee k, was lead a second time ; tnd, oo tnutioa of Mr Mickle, laid on the tablet aye 75, noes 20. The till in relation to roads and highway in Bartholomew county was ted a third time and pa ed. The bill providing far the payment of the three percent, fand due Indiana, and withhelJ qy lb general government, oat of any money, in the State treasury, war lead a second time and cefened to the committee of ways and ineans. The bill for the benefit of the Central plank road company wai read se...

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

From the Lafayette Courier. The Cutitvrcll JMurder. Examination cf Alfred L, CantvcX, Sarah CaniiceU and Spencer J. Dayton, charged with the Murder cf David Jones. Through the kindness rf a legal friend we ire enabled to lay before our readers the leading features of the testimony adduced on the examination of A. L. Cantweli and hi wife, and Spencer J. Dayton, before Squire Wm. Russell, of Vbite county, on a charge of the murder of David Jones. In our issue of last Friday, we erroneously stated tLo verdict of the Coroner's jury; the verdict was, that the deceased came to his death by violence at the hands of Alfred L. Cantweu, of Tippecanoe county, tided and abetted by his wife, Sarah Cantweli, and bis brother-in-law, Spencer J. Dayton. It appeared in evidence that some two years ago,! Cantweli had contracted with the deceased for the; purchase of a certain tract of land and house belong- j inj to him (Jones.) and had possession of it until j some time last spring, at which time he ...

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

INDIANAPOLIS. DEC EMDE II 2T, 1819. Tdf graphed for the Indiana State Sentinel, Congressional. Washington, Dec. 13. Senate was engaged in arranging standing committees, and when it got through, it adjourned unti' tomorrow. House. Father Matthew appeared on the floor and a resolution was pased giving him a seat in the bar. - lie al visited the Senate and was introduced ; to the Vice President and members. A number of propositions and resolutions were introduced relating to facilitating the election of Speaker; all of which were laid on the table. An attempt was made to rescind the resolution passed last week until the Speaker should be elected, but failed. Mr. Julian took his seat and voted this m irning. Three billotinz were hd, theT-isr, (53th,) resulting as follow: Winthrop 86. McClernand 46, Boyd 32, Strong 17, Julian 5, Cobb 10, scattering 23. No choice. Ohio. No organization as jet in the Senate. Pittsburgh, Dec, 20. River rising II feet ten inches, weather pleasant. Washington...

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

Tr'tgraphed for the Statt Journal. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Fellow Citizens of the Senate and if the Ilmse of Representatives: Sixty years have elapsed since the etablihment of 0-T government; and the Congrpss uf tlie United State has again assembled tu legislate for an empire of freemen. The predictions of evil prophets, wbo formerly pretended to furctell Ihc downfall of our institutions, are now remembered only to be derided, and tho United States of America, at tlii inument, presents to the world the most stable and permanent government on earth. Such is the result f the labor uf those who have pone before us. Upon Congress, eminently will depend the future maintenance f our system of free government, and and the transmission of it, unimpaired, tu posterity. We are at peace with all the world, and seek to maintain our cherished relation- of amity with the rest of mankind. During the past year we have boon blest, by a kind providence, with an abundance rf the fruits of the earih ; and...

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

3aftiatta State Sentinel. KTCa.VAL TIOILABCE IS THE fXICX OF LI1C1TT. nimrJU'OLis, urxc.iincie 37, is id. Our Terms. The following wiil liereafier be ihef ermanenl terms of the Werk'y Indiana Slate Sentinel: (fcr-Pay merits tn be ta-tie always in advance. One copy, one jr-ar, . .$2.00 Three copies, nun Year,. 5.00 One copy durinj ti e session,..- 5 Sein ! Weekly. (Tublihed three times a week during the eeesion.) One copy, $100 Three copie, SlO.OO One copy during the nession. 1.00 Election of Speaker. Washington, Dec. 22, 1S49. Editors Stale Sentinel : Balloting fr Speaker continued. Cobb, 102; Winthrop, 100. Mr. Stanley, (..f N. C, whip) offered resolution that Cobb was fleeted. Adopted ! A CARD. Owing to the decease of William Quartes, Eq., all undetermined cases in which his services were engaged, will be attended" to and closed by myself, assisted by Thomas D. Walpole, Esq. Dec. 21th, 1840. JOHN W. QUARLES. It is only just to young Mr. Quarles to say tint he not only ist gifted n...

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

From Calforiiia. We select tlie fallowing items, from tlie news just brought to New York by the steamship Crescent City, as given by the Journal of Commerce. Among tlie passenger by the C. C. are G. P. JudJ, his Hawaiian Majesty's Plenipotentiary, accompanied by Alex. Lilioliho. heir apparent of the Hawaiian crown, and Lot Kamehameha, eon of Gov. Kekuanaoa, of Oahu, üvIio will proceed to Washington, and in a few day to Europe ; al, Lieut. E- B. Beale, bearer of despatches. The object of Mr. Judd's visit to the United Stat-s and Europe at this period, bat reference to the late outrages of the French at the Sandwich Islands. The California, steamsbip, arrived at Panama on j he mornin? of the -3d November, havinz bout 2-3 ; pasen?ers, and over one million dollars of gold. Of .... i i en l this, the Crescent City has one million, ar.u iuu passengers. The California touched at Mazallan, where he received 872,000 in specie for England; she also took from San las $12,000 for the same desti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 January 1850

3nbiana legislature. S ESS I 0."i819-.'J O. SENATE. Mgsdat, December 21. Senate met. On motion of Mr Honehton. House bill to legalize Iht acts of the- several clerks of the Martin citcoit eoort in telation to the duties of tht county auditor was taken up, read a fiisl time, the igles satpeoded, and lead a second and thiid tunes od passed. II ruse. Bills tak'n vp. A bill lelatire to takin appeal from the circuit court to the Supreme Court, of cases appealed from the probate court to the circuit cooit ; lead firt lime. A j it resolu'ijii relative to the slave trade in the Ditiict i-f Columbia i read first time. A bill to provide for ascertaining: the value of personal propet ty exempt from execution read lico acd icfened to Ike committee on the Judiciary. A bill to amend the charter of (he Bedford insurance com paey read first time. A tri to authorize Jacob C Hough to erect a mill dam cess the Little Si. Joseph liver read 6 rut rime. Senate bill to amend Ibe charter f the Colombu, Nas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 January 1850

I 3nöianci legislature. SENATE. Satudt, Dec. ID. The Set-ate met. eveial petition! wtn pteter.ted, h'u-b were refeire. Mr Adams, on leave, ofleiel a resolution that the Governor be leuuMfeJ to iiurn to tlie Sei t bill io smend the ehartel of the Columbus, Nashville and B!o0.i:i:.gtoiJ rs'ltoa ccir.Dacv t ate Died. I Rrj.ort of Commillett. By Mr Buck! that it is inexifdienl to legislate ou the subject if divorcing from hei husband ieptt concur led in. Bjr Mr Herod, that the bill relative to the nie of foileited school Ud'I t laid on the labia refcried to lha eommillcf ou Education. By Mr Buckles, that the bill to repeal the fjit f!vie of section 175, chapter 40, of Ihe Revised Stalule of 1M3. be indeRi.itely potp"ned ; repoit concurred in. By Mr Head, that the bill relative ti iht acknowledme Ii l of deeds be laid on tle tablet report concurred in. By Mr Montgomery, a bill fur the relief of certain Prsot.s therein named of Warren coumy read twice and referred to tbe committee on Educ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 January 1850

SuDiana gtatc Bcutmcl, KT OH AL VIGILAPCE II THE FftlCE OF LIBEBTY. INDIANAPOLIS. JAKUAKY 3. 1830. Our Terms. The tollnwiD? will hereafter be Ihe permanent terma of the Weekly Indiana Stile Sentinel: fjPayments to be made always ia advance. One copy, one year, $2.00 Three copied, o Tear, 5.00 One copy during the se"ion 50 Semi-AVeekly. (Published three times a. week during the session.) One copy, gl.OO Three copies, $10.0 One copy during the session, 1.00 CrFarniers indebted to us should now bring ns wood. Others who do not take our paper, can pay for it in this way. a special; message. We refer the reader to the special mesas ge of the Governor as communicated to the Senate on yesterday. It will be read with interest, for it discusses a matter of great importance. We Lave neither time nor space at present for comment. fc-The compliments of the Day to eTery body a Happy New Year to all ! Sorry we Lave not space to say more. The State Printing. Mr. Prather of Jennings county, has int...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 January 1850

3uüiaua Btntc Sentinel. '4 CT ON A L VIOILAüCE IC THE PBICE OT HETT. INDIANAPOLIS, DECCMBCK 20, 1819. Our Terms. The Mlowinz will hereafter be lhjtrmanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Stale Sentinel : 07Payroents to be made always" iu advance. One copy, one year, " $2.00 Three copies, one year,- 5.00 One copy during the session, 00 Semi-WceSily. (Published three times a week daring the session.) Oi.e copy, 4 (M Three copies, 10.00 One copy during the session, 1.00 To Correspondents. W. II. C. k Co., F.vansvi6. Your n u received too late to lay War lie hoard at it late session. W bare nttenJed to baring it filed, when they will act on it at the Feb. session. Ton ail tho hear horn ua. "F.." "Subscriber," and " seem to have forgotten to give us their numtt. Thi will account, even if our piper was not overburdened with matter, for the non-appearance of their communications. CCT-Wemnst beg the indulgence of sever. 1 other correspondents, whom we highly value, and ask leave to add, that It...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 January 1850

3nbiana cgislaturc. S ESSIO749-.'J0. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Toisoat Momir, Jin. 1. Petitions ice. Presented. By Messrs. Eimx, Lank, and Wanioer which wcie referred le committeesJieporffrom Committee. Mr. Elder, fiom the committee of ways and mein, reported back the bill on (be subject of agriculture aa iaexpedient i which wii concurred in. Mi. Cravens reported back the joint tesoltj'ion on the subject of the officers and oldier of the war of iSllt ordered to be engrossed t also, j int rvjaolutinn on the object of the African alave trade ; which was referred to a f elect committee. v Mr. Goodwin, reported back till to change the mode of pa iog judge, inspectors sad cleik of election, bj crediting ou county tax i laid on the table. By Mr. Edwards, a bill to confirm the State's right to sobMr ibe for stuck in ihr Af-idison road, s-.ld by the auditor, and to pieTent a foither incieae of stock by the company j read twice and referred to the judiciary committee. Mr. Sjencer repotted ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 January 1850

3nöicinct cgiflciiurc. SLSS10 1W 19-30. SEiN'ATE. Satvaday, January 5. The Senate met. Vetitions were ptesented by Messrs Adam, Uendiicki, Morgan. Houghton and Maiott, which weie referied In ihe apptupiiat committees without reading Reports nf Committers. Br Mr HartU i, tl.al Ihe bill to attach psrt of the county of Delawaie to the cooo'y rf Blckfoid be indrfinitcljr poitpmed i rf joft not conemred in ayes 12, noe 23. And Ibe question being tn ibe engioS'tneiit of Ihe Lill, the bill was ordeied to b eoirrosed and read a tbiid time on tomorrow ayes 26, Does 20. Mr Millikin repotted a. bill for the temporary relief of the poor of Deaiborn county read a firat time. Mr James reported a bill to ameud the charter of (be city of Evatisvilte ; tead a firtt time. Mr Caoait reported back a bill to amend the road Iiwi o far as iclates t the c uoty of Wabash read thud lime and paed. Mr llanvirk reputed a bill to organise a rew count out of (he ctunties of Paikr , Fouutain and Putnam j lead a fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 January 1850

3aMaua State ScntmcL KIKBSAL VIOILAKCK 1 THE HICE OF LI1CKTT. I.OIAIAIOI,IS. JANUARY 10, 18.0. Our Terms. The f Ilowinff will hereafter b ihe permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: CPajmetita to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $'2.tX) Three copies, one fear, 5.00 Oije copy during ihe aßsninn, 50 S?uii-Wcc!tljr. (Pub'Uhed three timea a week during the session.) One. copy, $1 00 Three copies, SlO.OO One copy during the session, 1.UÜ C-Many artklee of importance to the pob'ic an J tu individual, as well as mucli of general interest, (the latter will lose nothing by a week's age,) are on hand, and our endeavors shall be to print them as soon as possible. Our limits, thoujh ample, are not yet sufficient to satisfy our desire of giinj our friends and pitruns more than their "money's worth." As our ''sinews" become braced, we promise all, that we will bot be lacking on our part. Be patient, for a few weeks only ! - The President's Messagk. The keenest satire t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 January 1850

3nuiaua State Sentinel. KTCSSAL VIGILA5CE IS TBE SaiCE OF Hl OTT INDIANAPOLIS. JAMAUY 5, 1850. Our Terms. The follow. n will hereafter be the permanent terms cf the Weekly Indiana Slate Sentinel: CfPiyments to be made alway in advance. One copy, on- year, $2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.C0 One codt durinc the seas ion.- 50 Seini-Wcekly. (Published three time a week during the session.) One copy, 4.00 Three copies, $10.00 One copy during the session, 1.00 C"The following article is from the pen of a gentleman, who, for many years, has been one of the most active and influential political writers in the country. It discusses a question of paramount national importance at the present moment; and the view which it presents, we think will be admitted to be just by all candid and reflecting men. This article is worthy of the attention of those members of Congress who have recently proclaimed themselves Disunionists. There ia comparatively fewer Abditionists in Iodiana, than in any other f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1850

3nManct legislature. SESSIOX1849-30. SENATE. Tuesday, January 8. . The Senat mt. Mr llolloway presented a petitioo praying tht Doblio nlbt b made i point iu the Terre Haute md Richmoud railroad laid oa lb table without reading. Reports of Standing Committee. By Mr Gaiver, that it is inexpedient to legislate on the tubject t( incraiug the pay of tbe ptoseeutiag attorney of Delaware county report concerted in. By Mr Garver, (hat il is inexpedient to legislate on tbe ubjeel of changing the law relative to electiug aa attestor ia Jennings county ; report concuried in. By Mr Walpole, bill dealing the Hancock court of commen plea; read a aecond time, rules suspended, and the bill read a thiid lime and passed. By Mr Miller, a bill to amend the charter of the Lafayette pi auk road company read second lime, rule suspended, aod tbe bill read a third time aud passed. By Mr Porter, a bill to incorpoiate the Pretbytetiaa female college in Washington county; read ft aecond time, rule suspended, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1850

3tiMana State Sentinel. tTElVAl VtCILAKCC IS THE rKICC Or LlrTT. INDIANAPOLIS. JAXUAllY IT, 1810. Our Term 9. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: CyPayraents to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 One copy during the session,.. 50 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week duricg the session.) One copy, $100 J Three copies, $10.00 One copy during the session, 1.00 To Correspondents. COrOnr frtend at Lafayette, rbo send o an article retail to proposed amendment to the Constitution, U informed, that we cm not find room, while our eolums art pressed by Legislative reports. Sot much else. As soon as we are released horn those reports, his article will hare place. This will also answer other similar applications. Sleeting to Address Gen. Lane. The meeting appointed jo receive the report of the committee of one from each Congressional District to address Gen. Lane in relation to his return ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1850

Mr. Sherrod's Resolutions. A Jint llcsululion relatiee to the preservitinn of a Republican Government, and justice to public er- ' rants. WfiHEA it is the duty of the American people to nt til practicable mean to presrrve oar Rrpubliean form of Goveratneot onlmpaiied ; tu reit all insidious attempt to subvert tb will of the people; t orsfslly evuUl and guaid aeaiost all schemes calculated to destroy confidence io a Republican Government t or to call iu question tbi light of the people to hold their public servants, to strict accountability, ami jequire a friihful fulfilmeul of all pledget made while courting their suffia'es j and Wmckkas we bold to the principle that the people hire a light lo express either in their primary meeting or Ihruafch their repietentatiTe as mblare. ibeir virwa upoo matter of public pol. cj, or the op, D ion. u.ey may entertain of officer , cre.i.d by their loff... Therefor I c ,J- ' t' 75?pf'"wy (A ; Stat, . Ixd'ana, That Zsch.r- Taylor, in. present in. ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1850

Tbe till for the relief of Lrarl Baylus alo, I The bill authoiizing RevUeJ Statutes la 1 distributed to ! Miami anj Adm. The bill to amend 1b exrcn'Km laws to a to mike ' xeutioni returnable in nx months and that property j shall sell fur uct half its a;praied rata wn read a second j time i wlien I iir. may moved to amenl.ao thai properly hau seit to th highest bitjer, wheie such property ii designated by the defendant. Mr. Sheirod moved that th bill and amendment be laid upon the table j which motion pievailed. The bill to provide fir be taxation of all land ell sioce the 26 h of Jauuaiy, 1S47, wii iead a 2d lime t when Mt. Cole mured that the till be ii.defiuinely postponed. Mr. Harney moved that tiie bill be laid upon the table which did not prevail. The c,oetion was taken on an indefinite postponement and decided in (he affirmative, ayet 79, noea 12. Mc Wilson moved to reconsider the rote, which motion did not pievail. Mr. Murray ofieied a letolulioO, in relation to the refund i...

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