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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 February 1850

INDIANAPOLIS. FEBRUARY 21, 180. To Correspondents. A reply from "Indiana" to "T." has Itu receded aod will appear shortly. We have sundry original article of interest in regard to the new Constitution, which we aliall publish aa rapidly a poaaible. CONSTITUTIONAL, ISCFOK91. Wayne Comity Whig.' We could most heartily desire, that, in the consideration of reformatory propositions, the press, and the politiciau, of the Slate, would bring to bear upon them, col, dispassionate and honest argument, insfpai' of virulence and dishonest misrepresentation. Tliis is a spirit in which every honest person will unhesitatingly admit, so important a subject should be viewed and canvassed; and it is one which we believe will actuate the Democratic party, andjre hop also, tlw; honorable and liberal portion of the whigs. We can expect nothing of the kind, we suppose, from that part of the whigs, whose notions of policy are conceived. only in chicanery, and whose practica are based solely in fraud. It ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 February 1850

Suttaim State Sentinel, I E7CI5AL I3ILA5CE IS THE f 1ICE Of tlBTBTT. INDIANAPOLIS. FEKRITAKY 21 ISiSO. Our Tonus. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Slate Sentinel: OrPaymenta to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, 2.00 Three copies, one year, , 5.00 One copy during the session, 50 Ten copies, in clubs, one year, 15.00 Seini-Wccklf. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, $1.00 Three copies, $10.W One copy during the session, 1.1H) All' papers will bo stopped at the end of the term paid for, unless the subscription ia renewed, except to those with whom we hare other unsettled business accounts. Any peraon sending us a club of ten. with cash, at the rite of $1.50 each, shall have a copy gratis for one year. For a greater number than ten, the gratuity shall be increased in proportion. letter from Gen. Joseph Ijtue. The following private letter, written in answer tone enclosing him the procet-dings of two public mee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 February 1850

From Washington. Waihihctoh, Fb. 2, 18Ö0. Ed. State StmivtL: Never wii there department wore grossly mismanaged atd more icnoraotlj conducted than tha Treasury Depattment, auder tha present Secretary. Lt Match a taw was paed, limiting the expenses fr e.llecting the Rcrcuoe to $1,560.000 per annum, eiimrnenelng the hi of July, 1813, and ending next Jane. Yet the Sec letary, iii the veiy "eyes an t teeth' of the law, baa gon on and expended, for the first fix months, $1,29 1, 897 2!, over raalf-a-mtllioti more than the law allowed him, and $225,579 more than Mr. YWker expended for the tame period, in the last fiscal year. Thi unwarianted extiavgaticr, on the part ef Mr. Meredith, only leares him (130,00 for the next ix months a am wholly inadequate to collect the revenue. Ctngres however eame to hi aid and appiopriated $572 636 more, ret the Seciet iry ii ni' yet satisfied, and consequently Gen. Bayly brought fjiwaid, lat Wc dneday, a propnsHn jrantin him nearly half a million mure th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 February 1850

stAWS OF IXDIAXA. AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to revise aod consolidate the several acts of the General Assembly relative to laying out, opening, repairing, changing nd vacating public highways, and the erection and repair of brides, and to amend the same," approved January 17, 143, so far as relates to Gibson County. Sec. 1. Bt it enacted by the General Assembly the State oj Indiana, That it shall b tho duty of the severaj supervisors iu the county of Gibson to warn out and work on the public highways in their respective districts all able bodied men between twenty-one and fifty years of ag therein, to day j previous to the first day of Jane in each year; Provided, however yfh. nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to require regularly ordained ministers of the gospel, and other persons who are now, or may hereafter be exempted by law, to perform highway labor under tlie provisions of this sectiou. Sec. 2. It shall be th duty of the several supervisors in sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 February 1850

INDIANAPOLIS. rEKKCAUY 28, 1850. By Mtcrs from California, w-i learn of the death of Dr. Ackley, late of this city. Nimrod Kejipkr and Pabier Caeson, soldiers in the lata war with Mexico, wiü please call at this oEce. G. A. C. C-We publish the communication of 'G. W. K.," notwithstanding we disagree Vilal'y with the sentiments which he expresses, and notwithstanding he 'talk like a man, demented, or beside himself. The writer rares about "Abolitionism," and "political hucksters abut nlianipolip" What docs he mean! He himself resides here, and should speak so as to be nnderstord in regard t men and thing, if he snuffs danger in tlie breeze. It is the worst, moet wretched of hinnmirra. to talk about Abo litionism in Indiana.. No such thing exists within ou r borders, if we except perhaps ten per tent, or the whic. and perhaps that exception need not now v j ' j ,i ; ..f Tavlorism ' be made, considering the influence i isyionsrii. , , . ' but the man whu con see no üin-:rence uc. - ten...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 February 1850

3afttauci Blatt Sentinel. KTCK5AL VlBIlAKCE If THE PftlCZ OF LIBEKTT. INDIANAPOLIS, FECIIUAIIT 2, ISSO. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the WttVy Indiana Stale Sentinel: QrPoyment to be made always in advance. One copy, one year,. $'2.00 Three copies, on year, S.00 One copy during the sessior, 5 Ten cupies, in club., one year, 15.00 Seini-Wccklj. (Published three tin en a week during the wninn.) One copy, 100 Three copie. $10.00 One copy durin the session," 1.U0 All papers will be stopped at the end of the term paid for, unless the subscription is renewe!, except to those with whom we have other unsettled business accounts. Any person sending us a club of ten. with cash, at the rate of 81-50 each, shall have a copy gratis for one year. For a greater number than ten, the gratuity shall be increased in proportion. All postmasters are requested to act as agents, end as such, by a recent decision of the department, they are authorized to frank letters f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 February 1850

FOREIGN ITEMS. Tun renu Pinvi Thupo La kaan rnroiverl at Chinese iron. It ia llie frst tjme that this metal Irnm i- t r . . ' . . .1. - r .1 r-i t .- . , . ...j su eject oi annexation, urrins them to obtain it br all the mine of the Celestial empire has been imported J m" lpire lias oeen iirtrincu , r - t i . j t : . i. i i... .n r into rjtgiaoa. numerous tntus, wnicn uavc made of this iron, prove that it is in all reepeet at least catial to Enrlisli. Swedish, or Russian iron. As it is procured at a more favorable rate than from those . . countries, and as it is abundant in the Hfnv lYcing market, this article will doubtless btfore long become an object of an important trtda with China. Enormoü" Increase in the Iron Business in Wiles. The increase of the iron business is, probably, unexampled in the history of the world. The population, during the 40 ye-ra from lifll to 1841, increased in Newport from 1 123 to 13,733 ; iu TreYethin from 1742 to 14,932; in AberyswitU fn.m 805 to 11,2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 February 1850

We find the following Jo a late Cincinnati Gaxette. The wri'pr ia to said bo one of the oldest and j most suhatautial merchants of that city. It would eem from hU statement, that Got. Wright wag not tery wrong in vetoing the bill which passed ihn Aen.bly tliia winter, giving away the interest of the! State in the wor!t. ! From the Cincinnati Gazette. , AVlii:e Wuier Talley Canal. 7hisrs. Editors: A many of our citizens are in-; termed id the White ater Vallry canal, either an Sfock'ioIJers or crrditir. a few remarks may riot be unint- restirj. And ß'"t I will premise by statin;? that ufu-r the h';aie of Indiana had expanded over a million f dollar;), was by ti e condition of I r ßna'tcts oblipd to suspend operation mi it. A charter a granted to a company in Indiana, and nil that had been done was given, vn condi ion t!ie Canal was finished from Lawrtncebnrh to CitiibriI,e City, reserving the privilege of m'en.ptiun at rot of tonstrict. on at ar.y time after fifsevn years from dale o...

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

INDIANAPOLIS, ITIAKCII 7, 18SO. CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM The Grand Jury System. We published a communicatiun, signed "P.," short time since, in favor of the abrogation of the Grand Jury system. The author of the communication is one of the ablest lawyers of this State. His proposition has been the subject of conversation among lawyers and other intelligent gentlemen of this city, but we hear t f no formidable objection t it. nature to the extent of ascertaining whether there be "We observed a short time since, that the New Orleans probable grounds for tending the prisoner before a True Drlia had taken hold of the same subject with a jury, tcko shall hear the evidence on both sides and destroi.g hand, being stimulated to do so. by the action i'rmjne accnr dingy . The moat important or these JT . , - . o l n conditions would be that every investigation at which of the Grand Jury, in the case of the Spanish Consul a(y perso.,8 Cl,mrailted or uncharged by any police for the abduction of Ke...

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

3uiuaxiq State ScittiucL TB5AL VICILAKCE IS THE PKICE Of LIBCBTT. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Slate Sentinel: fJir'Pnymetits to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 Fire copies, one year. 8.00 One copy during the eession, 5 Tea copies, in clul5, one year, 15.00 Semi-Wee It If. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, $1.CQ Threo copies, 10.00 One ccpy during the session, 1-10 All papers will be stopped at the end of the term paid for, unless the subscription 3 renewed, except to those with whom we have ether unsettled business accounts. Any person sending us a club of ten, with cosh, at the rate of $1.50 each, hall haf e a copy gratis for one year. For a greater number than ten, the gratuity shall be increased in proportion. All postmasters are requested to act as agents, and as such, by a recent decision of the department, they aro authorized to frank letters fo...

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

Correspondence of the N. Y. Express. IS EWS OF Til U DAY The Southern Confederacy, ami the Hitllh Alliance. Good and Trub. Mr. SIcLamhan, a member Wishisctos, Feb. 20th. for reninyjrania, in answer to a Southern diwoluThe aerious scenes, which happened Alonrlay and Mon- t;on epeeoli, said: "The Union is snlr! If Congress day niht on the floor of tli Houee, lead us to inquire, J and the President cannot preserve it, twenty millions what ii the meaning of llicm all? what is the intent? of people will rush to i'.s rescue." The auswar are, I DittoLVTio or the Umo. j The Legislature of Alabama lias faecd a general Sopthkrh ConraotRACT. , (or fiee) banking law, which authorizes any one to Ilitmsu Alliance. Unlets all Slavery question are ettled agreeably to the South, without yielding to which there ts to he, (LT A STorraGK or the BrrLici,0 by continually calling the aye and non. There is either a belief, that the threatening f these things will frighten Northern members from their attach...

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

Nr. ivs or Tim way. Death of a Disowned Son. A young; man namrd John T. Rich, Ijeing taken borne drunk, at New York, on Tuesday nifrht, was refused admittance by his pirents. After remaining at the station house a hurt time, stiOVriri jj from severe sickness, he died. Calomcl in California.- Wc are informed f tale f twenty rv-und of calomel in Californ a, for the ronrJ surr f $-.,('0't. This in anyihtnjr rather than t". rowinr j.l-v'ic t dorr, nnle the wen who t'.rtliinv ihst d'-'i are l ba considered of the car.i.:r sjx-cus. Af. Y. Express. Mr. MerF.DiTH Report. The Manchester, Enj.. Guardian 8 of thin d fument, "Its readers will find in it soue of the wildest and mist thoroughly exp!ded notions of our own protectionists reproduced with a coolnpsa and niiveta which wnH bo truly amusirig if the subject were a little less serious." It U said that the celebrated " Damn Steinharter " who made rather a hurried start for California from Fairfield, has sent & part of his lat s...

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

INDIANAPOLIS, HAUCH II, ISÄO. To Correspondents. - W. M. F., Spencer. Many üfcuiks tot yow du! of subscribers. The Book ha brea ordered. We ar afraid, on the other points aamed, Out yon have judged too hastily. VV aball b fuuad always Seoüiiel" on the rock of Democracy. The Journal and its Price. The following is an extract from a letter, dated Pendleton, February 20, 135Ö. Messks. Chapman : I have for some ti nie been t render of the Sentinel. ' We Im J a club of twenty subscribers io this place, and when you abandoned the clubbing system, and raised the price t two dollars, we qtut. The Journal, however, pretended to i . ..... . abandon the system ft clubbmrr wiin V''u, anu wnne you adhered to ihc arrangement, they disregarded it. j The consequence wits, the Journal had nn extensive circulation in this vicinity, and. the Seutint I i absent, and mut operate prejudically to the democratic purty. Eut nvently , the Journal has sent out a new rosjectus, offering to furnish ten cipies f...

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

jftxMana State Sentinel E1EX3AL VIGILAMCE IS THE MICE OF LtBF.STY. nf1fÄnfAlML1IS, ITIAItCII 14. I8ÄO. Our Terms. The fallowing will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Week'y Indiana State Sentinel : OPayroents to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $"2.00 Three copies, one year, 5 00 Five copies, one year, 8.00 One copy during the eefin, 5 Ten copies, in club?, ons year, 15.C0 Soini-tVeckly. (Published. three times & week during the session.) f a, . fi t rnt ia rst ' une copy, :j;.irw inree copies, jiu.uw One copy during the session, 1.00 All papers will be stopped at the end f the term paid for, unless the subscription is renewed, except to those with whom we have other unsettled business accounts. Any person sending us a club of -ten. with cash, at the rate of $1.50 each, shall have a copy gratis for one year. For a greater number than ten, the gratuity shall be increased in proportion. All postmaster are requested to act as a gen's, and as such, by a ...

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

Fron th Wabash Express. , Dissolution of the Union. Convention. Grand Jnry. I This cry hat been raised it ailoo lirocf, on both Hei of. Tb great object 'f our constitutional convention should "Meson fc Dix: Lino." It has always bee prompt d by be. to letam eijr part of our i resent constitution wb:h in pacitjr. whh a i ingle exception, in which the prompter wit practice hn operateJ well J lud to expunge II, that in prac- , feuaticism. The fiiat cry wss raised in the Federal Cioei tic has proven to be bad. A peifeel political and civil cou- ,,on f 17S7, by lw little Sla'es which did ci-mpaietiTely titulion can never be made, antil each theory for the gov- ' othiug for the Reioluti n. These l were South Cat..liriiment of buman conduct, baa been put to practical iat n Geoigia. which, with a wbi population neaily tiipl experienct in auch caiet is Ibe only lift imtiuctor. Phi of Rhode Island, at appear by t lie ccn-muf 1790, eonlosopby rrny speculate Metaphysics d.ew no abstractions, tri...

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

The &l;vc Question. SF'KfcXH OF Hon. Grnliam IV. C'itcli, or Iiirilrtiin, IS TUE Herst VT HrrtESESTATITES, TtliVXXf 14, 1S50, In Committee of f Whole on the s'ate of the Union, on the Restitution referring tht President's Message to tht various Striding Cvtnrrutlees. Mr. HTCH said II i not my intention to attempt an riahoiate mwn t. any of the vsr'u us argument which have been aidnetd, either to the II..M4C or l. ibis e-itnmittee. upon the subjects enn reeled with the mess-ige befoie you Nur Ii 1 dei;n dif ussh.g at If nj'h the slaveiy question, which has become minglcd with all cur legislati. t. I hill leave iuch di-CU'Sion U the !i(a! gentlemen occupying seals here. I believe, however, that an unbiassed jiö-imeDt uf eiiher the mr; or uncnsti- I utionality of that question can seatcelr be fiumcM here. Sectional feelirsr, u; dcr the ii-fluence-of the ii.fl.:i'iiao:y appeats anj injudicious threat -which have been made in couucctioti wt:h this su.Jvct, will depiire it of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 March 1850

INDIANAPOLIS. IUAKCII IC, ISSO. The Miliz Policy. We perceive by Ihe whig1 papers published in Jefftrsua, Vigo, Harrison, Fayette and other whig counties, that they are strongly urging the nomination of a full whig ticket, including Delegates to the State Convention as well as all other officers bul some of - r thttn have the daring effrontery to say, that it is all wrong to make a party matter of the election of Delegates ; but that, in consequence of the recommendations of the Democratic State Central Committee, it roust now bo done in self-defence. The iisuinp;rf the Circular of the Democratic State Central Committee, seemed like the bursting of a bomb-shell in the whig camp. The Whig members of Ihe Legislature in their secret caucus, at the close of the last eession, thought they had everything arranged to secure at least a whig majority in the next Legislature, if not a majority in tho Convention. We have tyen told, and the Democratic State Central Committee was apprised, that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 March 1850

3nMaiia State Sentinel, ETERNAL VIGILASCE IS THE PEICE OF tllOTTi INDIANAPOLIS. INAKCIl 21, 1830. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of th? W'eeky Indiana Slate Sentinel: C-Tayrcents to be mt Je always in advance. One copy, one year, jjvJ.OO Threo copies, one year, 5.00 Five copies, one year, 8.00 One copy during the session, 50 Ten copies, in clubs, one year, 15.00 Somi-WceMf. J (Published three time3 a week during the session.) ; One copy, Si. 00 Three copies, glO.CH) One copy during the session, 1.00 All papers will ba stopped at the end of the term j paid for, unless the subscription is renewed. except lo those with whom we have other unsettled businees accounts. Any person sending oa a club of ten, with cash, at the rate of 1.50 each, shall have a copy gratis for oae year. For a greater number than ten, the gratuity shall be increased in proportion. All postmasters are requested to act a agent?, snd as such, by a receut decision of the department, th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 March 1850

The Constitution. Fropoaed amendments to the Constitution are being j discussed quite Generally throughout the State. In Lafayette and the other towns regular discusaions lane piacc, ana me papers ar. becoming consioemoiy both friends and opponents. Of this class are the difFereats propositions aflectinj the legislative organization. Some favor biennial sessions: and argue that aside from the economy of the arranjjemeut, much benefit would arise from the absence of a great portion of our usual legislation. Others adhere to the present plan, and insist upon the great necessity for annual sessions to provide for contingencies, and to meet the demands fir legislative action, that in a prosperous and growing State cannot be anticipated. A very serious change is advised by many in the abolition of one of the Houses compiling the legislature. They argue, that there are no two classes in the State requiring two distinct bodies of representation, and advocate the abrogation of the Senate as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 March 1850

Another charge jaiost os i, tbtt we permit men to persmbultle the etuntry lecluiing ou abolitionism Urn incresiog the prejudice already existing sgsinst the institution of tlaveiy. There are sueh men. no doubt Mr mind recur tu es jml now re who, in that way, hat ptobally exeicited man i: fideoee in the North lhan 1 tbe other in-ti-sliYery lectuiert put together. Thu man i Catti M. Clay, a eitizcu of the rlaveholding Stale of Kentucky. When our Southern fiieods will agiee to aeal his mouth en that ubjeet, o' orfitie hit eUuts lo abolish slavery to the Southra States where ht belongs, it will be ti ne enough far us f the JJoith to stl about devising some mode f coutiiiing itiueikul lectarets, or pteciibin subjects for Ibe ri'itue of their eloquence. I irnglit ideation other lrctureis of the fame i rt, for wh m the North is indebted to flare Statt. Bot it ii ucneeesxary. It U also matt a matter of accusation against tbe free States, that ani-!avf ry piesses tre ket up Ihete, and that t...

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