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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 January 1850

Suöicinci legislature. SESSIOls49-.'J0. SENATE. Tccsday, January 15. Tbt Senate met. Reports of Standing Committee. By Mr Harvey, the till far the relief of William Sterner; read second and third timet and passed. By Mr He raj, that the bill to amend certain sections of the Revised Statutes of 1S43, tc iodefioitely postponed report concurred in. By Mr Herod, that the bill to amend tha Revised Statutes f 1843 be indefinitely postponed t leport concurred in. By Mr Buckles, the till to amend section 53, chapter 45, of the Revised Statutes of 1843 I read a second aod tbiid times and parsed. By Mr Ruckles, the till to amend the Revised Statutes of 1S43 read .cutij and Ihiid times aod passed By Mr Buckh-s, to amend the law iclaiive o the criminal jurisdiction of justices of the peart ; read second aod thiid times and passed. Mr Hardin, fiom the committee on free confeienee, relative to the disagreement wjih the House of Representatives, on rbe House amendment to the convention bill, which...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 January 1850

3uuiaua State Sentinel, ETERNAL VI0H.AKCE IS TIIK PMICE Of IIIC1TT. IXDIAXAI'OMS. JAXIMKY 2 . 1850. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanmi terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel : (Payments to be made always in ad advance. One copy, one year, Three copies, ouo year, Oae copy during the session, ... f.00 50 S;mI-TVceIily. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, SL0Ö 1 Three copies, $10.00 One copy during the cession, l.W) To Correspondents. J. V. 8., Cotorabas. O. Your favor bu been referred to the proper quarter, and due consideration will be given it. No decision wCI probably be mtde prior to August next. C-Thi number of the Weekly is the last to our session subscribers. They will find a prospectus 'ccomponying it, which we hope will induce them rot only to become regular subscribers, but to obtain others, whereby they may obtain the paper at its reduced price. We will take this occasion also, to say to them particularly, that now the Legis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 January 1850

Speeds of IfXr. Garvcr, on Homestead Exemption. The Bill providing for a II mislead, introduced by .Mr. Uircer, having b'en referred to the committee on thejuJiciary, vhoby thtir chairman reported that it ua i-if.cpeJi.enl to legislate upon the subject, Mr. Garer r said: Mn. President: I hare for a Ion time been well satisfied that & law like ttie one couched in this bill cujlit t I? passed. I have long advocated the doctrine, thai a fmntiy homestead should be exempt from execution. In lookin over the English execution laws, as made by the feudal Lord, under tli reirn of Edward lite 1st, one would bo led to think that the rich, theafflu- e tit, nnd the great, who tl:en nlonc held the reijjna of overnmeiil in Enti'aii'.l, and who wr-re the main cred. r -.i .1. . . e r e r - too far with their exccUtion,wri!s of sci.fa.,fi.fa.tca. sa., c. oy which trie creciiior coma lane in exi-ctuiim the body and goodd, or the land and good", but not body and lands too, upon any judgment...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 January 1850

fr the benefit of certain citizens of Seminary township, G tion c ' MTity ; relative to the jurisdiction of justice of the peace in Tippecanoe ; authorizing the Governor la take a appeal to the Supreme Court in the Pirick McGinley cafe; to attach a part of Delaware to Blackford -ayes 46, noes 23 ; to incorporate Bowling Green manufacfuring and navigating company ; to repeal part of Probate law in J Harrison and Perry ; requiring an enumeration of ihe white j male inhabitants of Plate ; to locale a road in rerry ana Vanderburgh ; to repeal an act vacating a road in SwPzprland count j ; to establish an additional precinct in Posey ; to incorporate Congressional townahipa No. 19 in Delaware and Henry ; to regulate retailing of liquors in Tippecanoe; to proviJe for extension of time of holding Probate and Circuit Courts in Marion; to incorporate Noblesvitle ; supplemental to art relative to justices of the peace in Vermillion; to incorporate CloverdaJe seminary; to cede Northport feeJer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 January 1850

IXIIAXAIOL.IS. JAM'AKl 31, IBSO. Fokk Packixu in the West We have taken considerable pains in obtaining from reliable sources, the number of hogs slaughtered and packed at the principal points in ihe West, during the past season. The means are not at hand to approximate the Height with equal facility its with numbers. On the whole, su far as our examination extend, the falling off in weight is greater than that in numbers. This uioy be accounted fur thus, taking central Indiana as our guide: The operations of speculators at the east, consisting of harping on one string- Purk dull ;' "price cf pork i n the decline ;" &c, i.e., echoed and re-echoed throughout the land, caused many n raitfr to "l-ok out for hirnsc'f ;" and notwithstanding the silt monopolists, in concert with their brother speculators, at once raided its price, the former had the pood 6?nFe to secure a supply, and pack their men jerk. This has been done to a very considerable extent. The packing may be esti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 January 1850

3aMqnct State Sentinel. ETCIXAL TICILA5CE IS TUE FftlCE OF ttBTETT. IXXMAX.IPOLIS. JAIVt'AISY 31, 150. Our Terms. Tiie following w ill hcreaf.er be the permanent terms of the Wrfk'y In-liana State Sentinel: OPaymonts to be mide always iu advance. One copy, one year. $2.00 Three copies, u!i year, o.nu i Uaecojw dorins tiie session, 50 " . V ' . . . . I , , ciui-t.t4fciy. Me.B. x (Published three times & week during the session.) ! One copy, 100 Three copies, glU.Ulj One copy during the session, 1.00. Tlic "Free Soiler. nutl llic "Whigs, j Roth before and since t!ie la3t annual election in; this State, it was, and is now, the endeavor of the j whig Taylor papers generally, to impress upon the; ...... -i i- e people mat liial ra"y is me peculiar menu oi mat portion dinornmatcd "free öowera. im posmo., euch, was particularly 'urged, especially before the election, in those sections where the principles ofthat portion of the people peculiarly obtained. Tobe sure, some of thos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 January 1850

IVEWS OF TUE DAY. ILkPOKxs or Wisconsin. Th exports of wheat fro n tl.e three principal -orta of Wisconsin for 1349, were 2.G73.04Ö buaheli. and of flour 193.557 barrfls. Q".At a fair, held recently in Albany, N. Y., by th Sifters of Mercy, four tbouand dollar were realized, to be devoted to the erection of in orphan asylum in that city. .1- c . VI mL CrFive hundred and twenty barre recently manractttred in twenty hour viuhc, iu a new Iiiiii ai ihuhiiiiis, tiaiej uimniuii,;- . N T ' v ; lfm 1 Inivn ..., : 1 1 ii.. .: si.. di. " Who wants to Fight! There were sixty battles fought during the revolutionary war, thtrty-etjjht duriftf the last war with Great Britain, and thirty-two in all during the late war with Mexico. Two free negroes were convicted yesterdiy for remaining in the State, contrary to law. One of them, a mulatto girl, was sold for one year, for $130. Her name is Helen McGregor. Lnu. Jour. Jan. I2lh. Whig Law and Okpek." It appears that the Governor of Pennsylvania, has n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 January 1850

A White Girl Xcarly 6old into SLivcry. One i.f the fiios revolting, and at the Fame time, touching scenes, it has ewr bren o:ir lot to witness occurred yesterday in Uie Au.tiun Store of Mr. N Vi-nie, f St. Louis street. Tha estate of Mr. Ben. cnulo Imuran, lately deceased, consisting chiffly of lites, was to be sold, f r the benefit of a creditor. The negroes were Iruvjrjit up, as is usually the case, cno by one, and exhibited to the bystander, before leinor pUt to the harmrer. On the presentation of the third, advertised ns "Madeline, an orphan quarteroon, ayed abvut nine years," every one present was horrified to beheld paraded before then a lovely cirl, delicately farmed, white ns the purest of the Circassian race, her fare bur:?d in her liand, and her sK-nder frame convulsed with eons. There was a pause of some minutes. The crowd could not realize that one i of tht ir own race could be thus led up oniony negroes j to be pns.scd int- a life long bond ige. Amazement: Was succeeded...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 February 1850

)) INDIANAPOLIS. FE Hit LA ICY 7, 18."0. .Appointments by Hie Governor. Professor William C. La era BrE. of Greencastle, Indiana, visiter to the State Prison for the year 1650. C-We are gratified at ihe appointment of Professor Larfabee, of Asbury University aa Visiter lo the State Prison. We think that heretofore tl.cre has not been as much interest taken in the management of our Penitentiary as there should be. From the character of Professor Larrabee, his knowledge of the workings of the system adopted in New Eng land, baring been a visiter to some of the principal prisons East in former days, and his great variety of i facts upon all subjects, we shall look with interest t his report connected with his visit ti JcfTersonville. We congratulate Governor Wkight upon the choice he has made. Thomas L. Trotter, of Madison, appointed to procure a Block of Marble, in Indiana, l forward to the Building Committee of the city of Washington, to be placed in the National Monument, under the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 February 1850

Satnana Stak. Sentinel. B7CB3AL VISILASCE IS THE PK1CK OF LlltttT. HDIAiPOLIS, FECRLAIIY 7. IS.'JO. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Wet k' if Indiana Slate Sentinel: , ftj-Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year,. $2.00 Three copies, our year, 5.00 One copy during the action, .50 . Sesn I-Weekly.'.' ' . (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, SI. 00 J Three copies, $10.00 One copy during the session,. 1.C0 To Correspondents. 7-YV have received several propoaiiioua relative to Letter from Wellington. For rennt. satiafariory tooumlrcs, we dec'u maVli g any anangemeiit of the kind. . , ' , . CONSTITUTION AI ISKFOUJI. The Lcgislalive Assembly. Amorg the reforais proposed to be adopted in the new Constitution, is one which touches the organization of what we stall name, the Legislative Assembly. The propopition for biennial (or two-yparly) instead of annual (or yearly) sessions, of the legislative body, it one t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 February 1850

JVCUS OF THE -DAY. . Under the whig administration of Kentucky, the finking fund lias charged to the btp treasurer upwards of $."0,000 f;jr supped defalcation." In New York a disbanded soldier named Lang ho cbtaimd a terdict for 7C0 and costs against General Harney, who beat bin, in 1S4?, because lie complained of his fare on board the schooner Alabama, from Mexico. ' Taking the Ve.ii It is asserted by the Cincinnati Times, that Mix Irving, of Mobile, a favorite granJ-(Jauhtfr of Henry Clay, has'exprcetil her determination to take the veil. This determination h&s occasioned much grief and sorrow to Mr. Clay. CO- The Legislature cf Georgia bas pawed a law repealing all laws or parts of Jaws, civil and criminal, forbidding or in anj manner retriclh)r the importation of klaves intu that State, from any other alareholding1 State in tin? Union. - ' The last report of the LWton Prison Inspector? hows that during the past six n.ontrs 291 persons have bftii impri Mintd A-rdtbt. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 February 1850

NEVS OF THE DAY. Edward Cullen, M. D., who lias been makinjsomc explorations near Panama, says that gold is plenty in the mountains thcrcabHits. ' 0OTbe planU road from JciTersonviHe to Charlestown, la., is progressing finely. Three saw-mills have been erected along the rued, aiul arc now saw ing phnl; flr it. Treason. Judge Draper, of Toronto. Canada, a few day tiiier, in charging tli Grand Jury, called cpon them to lake cognizance of the discussion in favor of secession from the mother country, as treason. A package of notes 'abd draffs amcuntinjr to $20,000. to the order of Messrs. Oldham, Todd &. Co., was list at the post-office in New Orleans on the morning of the ICth. Fifty dollars reward ia offered for their recovery. A writer in the Marshall (III.) paper cautions the public against the depradations committed on mail matter on the route front that place (o Jit. Vernon, 111., tia Vincennes. Letter hare been broken open, and money taken out, and tLen closed again, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 February 1850

3nMang State Sentinel. EtEKSAL TICILA5CE IS THE MICE OF LIIE1TT. INDIANAPOLIS, FEBRUARY 9, I8SO. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be th permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Slate Sentinel: iV,7Pavment3 to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, " ' $'2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 One copy during the session, 50 . r, , Soml-Wcclilr? . (PubliMied three times a week during the session.) One copy, 1 00 Three epic. 10.00 One copy during the session, 1.U0 .All papers will be stopped at the end i f the term paid for, unless tlie subscription is renewed, except j to thoee with whom we have other unsettled business j accounts. Another Inducement. We will now agree to fur- ! nish to any person who will procure us ten subscribers and remit .$15 in advance, an extra copy of the Sentinel for one year, or a copy for one year of Gley's Lady's Book! This is equal lo a premium of three dollars ! ! Ladies, just show this offer to your husbands ; girls, to your sweet-hearts; elderly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 February 1850

3uMatta State Sentinel. E1CBKAL VIGILAPCZ It TUK PICE OF LIBTETT. INDIANAPOLIS, FECRL'AllY 11, 1850. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Statt Sentinel: 07-Payments to be mnde always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 One coDT during the session.- 50 Semi-Wcckly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, .$4.00 Three copies, 10.00 One codv durin? the session. 1-00 0 o All papers will be stopped at the end of the term paid for, unless the subscription is renewed, except to those wilh whom we hare other unsettled business accounts. 0Ve have received two additional articles fn rn the pen of our correspondent "Indiana," whose fiit article attracted so much attention, not only in the State, but out of it. These were written before the author had seen either of the replies addressed to him by other correspondents ; and this is the reason, we presume, why their objections are not noticed by ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 February 1850

ITiceiliig of Old Soldler. At meeting of citizens of seveial of the (.antral connties in Indiana, convened at Indianapolis oa Satuiday, the 9th dijr of Fcbruiry, IS50, puituanl to iiotict (ifrn,Hii Exce Henry. Joseph A. Wright wn railed to the chair, and William W. Wick wis appointed Seeretsijr. Gov. Wright, on taking the chair, by way of explaining the olj-ets of the meeting, addicssed those assembled at fallows t The otjrct of Ihii meeting it, to give in express! in favor of Congress providing, by the grant of Und vt efhetwie, lomt bounty for the suviceeof thise h- v vie eu gaged in the l't war wi'li Girat Biit.in and I h pe likewise thai we shall five an ex pies-ion in fsvor of pmviding in like manner f. ihoe who weie engaged in 'he vsiious Indian expedi inns in I lie Noiibwe-t. Thrte e no men mote d serving the bounty of the Government than the ho. from time to time, have been engaged in the various ex; rii'ions in the N-tnhwe-t t th.ie men h, fuitj, fifty and sixty yeais ao. ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 February 1850

HEWS OF THE DAY. A scitnlific gentleman of New York, as wr learn from the Journal of Commerce, La discovered a new moJe of discovering, by the Uws of motion, the mcnn distance at wiiicn r Lstar.ce at which eravitatirz bodies '.all revoive arjuiid each other, and finds the distance frcui the centre of the sun to be 02.255.5G3 miles, (ninety-two millira two hundred and eighty-five thousand five Lundrtd and istv-cight miles.) In tU calculation, which requires but a few minutes lab'T li takes t.'.c liameter of the earlh at the most commonly received measurement, 7912 miles. The Lowest Cttrss." "Well, doctor," aiJ a chap Buffering with the toothache, "how much 'o you ask for the job ! Guy, but you did it qnirk, l""JZ'i ; "My terms." replied the dentist, "are one rl.i'lir." i MA düilar for a half minute's work ! One dollar ! , nonsense. Why a doctor do;vn t'our plaeo drawed ul tooth for me two years ago and it took him two hour. He dragged me ail around the room and Jost t.U grip , a half...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1850

inbiuun State lis t tv mtt Published every Thursday. INDIANAPOLIS, FEBRUARY 1G, 1850. Volume iX:::::::::Numbcr 37. V f laws ofindiana: BY AUTHORITTAN ACT t encourage the inveitment of capital for Manufacturing parposes. Sectio 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indian; That it ball bo lawful hereafter for any number of persons not Iras than seven desirous to establish any manufactory at any place within this State, and wishing; to become incorporated Cor convenience in raising the necessary capital, and in conducting the business, to become incorporated in the manner following ; to-wit : Such persons .shall by article of agreement ander their own bauds and seals, acknowledge before some notary public, or justice of tb peace, er recorder, and recorded in the office of the recorder of the proper county determine aud state as follows, to-wit: 1st, the corporate name; 2J, the business proposed ; 3d, the place in which it is proposed to be carried oa ; 4th, the amou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1850

LAWS 0FINDIA3fA. BT AUTHORITY" AN ACT for an appropriation for State Fir Engine for the use of the SUte Prison. Vi;na, it has been represented to this General AwmUy from a reliable source, thit to d-structiv fire hat ocrurr ,1 in th J-UUi Prison, within the past year; and U u?nn similar accidents are liable to occur frequently; and W us si. is, there is great danger of the destruction of the r- "-oprty of tlie Slate, for the want of a State E',giue a L kept at s-iid Pruu. to b uwd wheu similar accidents m.iy occur. Therefore, Mc. 1. Be Utnaritdbythe General Assembly of th Statt I,'wm. That the tum of two thousaud dollars, be aud he same is hereby appropriated out of any mousy la the Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, for the purpose of procuring a fire engiue aud hose, for the Indiana Mate t risen: and that George K. Lavitv. 11. C. Tile, and Henry French, be aud they are hereby appointed eominissiouers. to car.tr, et Uli some suitable ie rvou . or uersons, for bulld- inj or purch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1850

AN ACT to reie-nt an act therviu nailed, so far a idau-s lo r t)ie rouniv i P rrv. Sec. 1 Bt it tnmcU d by V General A tmL ly of the Statt of Mu,, 'that art ecl mutled m I. ' i-rovn. t.'.c opening and r purine r.... nid iuiw.-va, I i ir. the cou.Hi' i l.iri. .!- . Putnian. t Kft n. Il m, ' 1 erry, apyoved J,4 -1 1iJ- "1 lh nn' "l y r, ''!,i" J. m tar fltto w Ptrry ceutity; l'nc-'l. 1 f:n n.-hi herem ail bo ooiisiieed as torclen'e any pers n "oin M.y liability, or peoil-y, row mcurred under ihe luw now 1.1 lore.la ti(l cowry. , . ic. 2. Tias act in force fi.n na aber ptit,.caii"ii m the Indiana J.umal and Scnumi. 4r. XV. C K!, Shaker of iheU. oi Kc;T.-. iu;.m s. J VMKS n L.NF, Pre-i-luil o the S.-ntä-Ppprov! Jn. J9, ! o. jasEril A. WUXiiHT. AX ACT rela'iv to the office of Auditor, Lu XVarnek county. S.o. I. Be it tnJCteJ Geerrwf .lö 1 f Indian, That n act entitled u set, to nbolii the o.uce of couuty Auditor, in the couuty of Wrrick; tpyoved Jan. 13. 1H, be anl the me U hereby repeal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1850

AN ACT to provide for a uniform modo of doing tow nahip business in Clay county. Sic 1. Be it enacted by the Gem nl Astemlly of the State Wax, That tho several townships ia aaid county of Clay, thai low are or may hereafte bo legally organized, arc bertby declared bodies corporate and politic, and by the Danxa of their corporation may too and bo sited, pUad tad bo impleaded, aaseer and bo anawaiod aato, in all couita lfiii j competent jarodiction. ' Sec. 2. The qualified electors in each township are heronsauthorize! and required to meet at tlia usual place ol avoldine- election in their roapectivo townships, on the 6 ml Mood in April annually, and proceed to elect three town ship trustee, a township clerk and treaaurer, two fence vi-wars. and aa tuanv constable a there are justice of the peace in said township, and a many snpervor of roads as there are road districts in the township. Sec. 3. The officer elected agreeably to the tproTisions of thia act shall severally hold their orb...

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