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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 May 1850

IXDXAX.trOLIS, ITC 1Y 2, ISSO. The lueliou f Vcrnciljr Settled by IV Iii- Testimony. Mr. Maguire, w Im has raised a question of veracity between hiirwelf and the Committee of the late Democratic Convention of this c- unty, in reference to the action of the Convention of whig Members of tl e lat Legislature, will perceive that lie is completely floored by the following testimony of Mr. Defrees's Indiana Jaurn.il, published a few days after the meet ing of said Convention, v en the whole objects of the meeting weie fresh in the recollection of its editor. Nu sane man can read the proceedings of that meeting without coining t the conclusion that the sole object was to urge party organization, and by the resolutions, to steal the Democrats' thunder in the present canvas forDelegate8 to the Convention. After appropriating to their party many of the leading reforms contemplated in the Convention, as the exclusive property of the whig, with an impudence that would shame the Devil hirneelf....

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 May 1850

SfaMtroa State Sentinel. ElEBff AL VICILAKCE It TUE PBICE OV lIHin. IMMANAroLIS. ITI AY 2, 18SO. Our Terms. Tle follow io will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Week'y Indiana State Sentinel: QPaynients tobe made always in advance. One copy, one year, $;'2.C0 Three copies, one year, 5.00 Five copies, one year, 8.00 One copy during; the sewaion,. .........50 Ten copies, in club?, one year, 15.00 Soiisf-Wrs-Itly. (Published three times a et-k during the session.) One copy, $1 00 Three copies, $10.00 j Une copy during the session,. i.uu All papers will be stopped at the end if 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 if $1.50 each, shall have a copy gratis fur one year. For a greater number than ten, the gratuity r I all be increased in proportion. - All postmasters are requested to act as agen's, and as such, by a recent decision of the ...

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

. , VARIETY. Wo! en in California. V hate had quite an Tbe L.. ßi1;iture i f Qhn rf-ctjitlj faiwrd a bill ex-' influx of tl.e fair so recently, by sea and by land. enpiin!r fron eeruii.ti a houieread of th value ir tni when the weather becurnr-s etitalani! t trct SÖÜC'Ü atid pprg..il property t th valus of giO . to dry, an elegantly dressed UJy w ill n longer b a take effect afi r tl.e firel day of July next. 'vara avis. It is q.iiie amusing tj s ll.e Coitian The ri'izn of CUy villa t, Shelby ciunty, lieM and Mxicnn women drc. here. Their plain, anaitn inJinütimi rnr-etiiijj on the 6:!i itut., at which tentttioua rtybizrs have given place to the mt ent. they rcqneste.1 Dr. Milchusoii to leave the county as ! ly and eleiraiit In Jia thawls, ili-Ir plain calicu frocks soon as p-actieab!c. jtn tli rich silks and satin, while from their eara Mrs. Bessy M'wre, wife of Torn Moire the poet. . Partie prer-imi perns in iieu of the cheap washed lias received a iM.ion of 100 a year fr rn the r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 May 1850

The Compromise Committee. Tue Valiipijton Union lays down the following aa the i lj-ct cf ihe Compromise Committee if the Senate. Tiz : 1. The admission of California into the Union as ft Statt. 2 The establishment rf territorial eovernments for New Mexico and Utah, without the Wjtmot Proviso. 3. The rvtttfiiirnt, by the consent of Texa, of the Texan boundary f.tr a pecuniary coneiJeration, or euch other consideration as will be satisfactory to Texas, recognizing all l.er rigl.ti under the compact if annexation. 4. Tii pasiajre of the fugitive-slave bill." Ai the head of this Committee is Mr. Clay, the preat f-mbndiment of whiggery. Tle com mitte conti ins Mr. Webster, another great and lending light New England Federalism, and of (he whig party generally. In 1314, when Mr. Clay ran as the whig candidate for the Treidency, apain-tt Mr. Polk, the whijj stumpers hereabout were inJiirnartt at a few abolitionists, because they refusei' to fall in and support Mr. Clay, who was held up as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 May 1850

IXDIAN.4POLIS. JIAy 0 1830. The Democratic Whig Parly. ,, The true designs of the Whig member of tbe parts of the Stale, theo at the Capitalin organizing, ' at a caucus for that purpose, what it called the Democratic Whiff parly, hate been developing themselves for several week past. - ' 1 The platform or resolutions adopted by this new party were inserted in the Journ&Vof last Wednes-.1 day, to which I invite particular attention. This platform embraces, in the commencement, many of the leading reforms, brought about by the progress of the age and adopted in the Constitutions that have lately been framed and amended and have had, until very recently, Democrat as their only advocates such for instance as the election of all public offi cer by the people, and the frequent accountability of public servants, See. This part of the pl&tfof m.was intended for Democrats, or rather to gull them into the support of this new party and hence the prefix of the word Democ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 May 1850

3aDitttttt State - Stnttntl. ITC1RAL TleiLAHCB I Til C FBICK SV UltlTT. IXPIAN4POL1S. WiT 9 ISSO. Our Tvmi. The following wiil hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly InJiana State Sentinel: QPayments 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 session,- " 50 Ten copies, in clubs, one year,-.. 15.00 Sem I -Werk lj. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, 4.00 J Three copies,-... -$10.00 One copy during the cession, 1.00 All papers will b stopped at the end of the term paid for, unlss the subscript ion 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, Lall have a copy gratis for one year. For a greatr r number than ten, the gratuity shall Le increased in proportion. All postmasters are requested to act as agents, and as such, ht a recent decision of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 May 1850

' 'Love lu a Cottnge. Ob, eta yna Ii? an cottage rr-llt, " And ers-ses from th brook. . Will kisses, dear one, aerfe for -Or eba.ll we mis the cook 1 Wilt never sigh, my gentle girl. To fetch our humble coal t Bot when wt'it Ter short of Ciih, Witt lire on cottage roll t Oh, caa job u( on turnip tope. Nor I'gh far hiebet iMe, When t'it within our cottage well May chance X bo oar fat i Wilt oerer dream, thou tender one, Of balls and draper ehops? Wilt thou a cheerful amilo put on, . And tup on tamip Lps I the ladt' atrtr. Ye. I will lira on cottage roll. With lore, and joy, aod Ihec i Jly beait will aeek no other blue. Than thjr own brido to be j Far well we know, Iba all wo breathe. For jo mutt p some t.il, So I with thee, my onl lore, Wilt eat oor cottage rolle. Oh, yet, III top on turnip tope. And cretiet from the spring And frm our cot to gaud ecenoe My heatt will ne'er lake win;, Nor ball, oor routee, will tempt ma then. Nur fane draper ehope But all oa lore and sigh well lire, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 May 1850

Grund Juries , The opposition to grand juries, we find on convening vvi:h intelligent men froiii all parts of the CiiuuXj.'u almost utiivfMal. ?ea those wh da not entirely c'iient to Hie abolition of grand juries, admit the ux'essity of a radical change in the system. We have nut hoard a good reason advanced, for the con-, tuiaance of this vestige of by-gone years or its in corwrafit-n in tlip amended Const;tuti n of this Siate, j while maiir reasons are brought forward fur its abo-! lui,n, anion; which are, first, its secret proceed toj;. i The oniH-mon to acrel tribunal, either civil or e.c! ji: MicM, is univeral in the human family, from ' the fact, we suppose, that ihry sre the nwt power- : ful lever of oppression ever deigned or put i rii operation in thw wrld. The ternbl barbarities of the inqMis.tioti art written on the ptje of history, and , a an engine of oppression perhaps nt;ver had its par- j alkl in llie world. Juries, thou-rli ihey hive not the p-.wer t put tu th ra-k,...

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

INDIANAPOLIS. IIAY IC. 1830. TO TIIC Iii: iDEUS OF Tau STATU SEXTINEL: With the close of the present volume of the semi-weekly and ths weekly State Sentinel, v.ill close the service of its present Editors, who were its founders. They will be succeeded by the Hon. William J. Bnown, (who is well known to the people of the State, and especially to thoe of this Congressional district,) and by his son, Austin H. Brown, who for some years has held a place in the 1 O. Department at Washington. The editorial department will be under the direction of Mr. Brown, senior, and a reference to their prospectus will show, that he promises to conduct the paper in the spirit in which we have always tried to conduct it ourselves. We certainly hope this may be done, to the advantage of themselves, as well as to that of the Democratic Tarty. Mr. Brown's ability to do this, none will doubt, so far as the party is concerned. At the conclusion of our own Editorial labors, we shall endeavor to address a few...

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

ffutuana State Sentinel. EltlNll VIGILANCE It TMC SICK Of IIHITT INDIANAPOLIS, MAY IG, ISSO. Our Titiii. The following wül hereafter be ih permanent terms of the Wrek'y Indiana Slate Sentinel: CO" Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $'2 00 Three copies, i'iie year, 5.1)0 Five copies, one yea r, 8.00 One copy during the session, 50 Ten copies, in clutw, one year, 15.00 Sini-Weokljr. (Published three limes a week during the session.) One copy, ft LOO I Three copies,. .... $10.00 One copy during the session. l.uu All rapera will be stopped at the end of the term paid for, unless the subscription is renewed, except; to those with whom we have other unsettled business accounts. i Any peraon sending us a club of ten. with cash, at ( the rate of $1.50 each, shall have a copy gratis for j one year. For a greater number than teu, the gratu- . ity sl.all be increased in proxrtion. ! All potmaters are reqtwste,! to art as agen's, and as such, bv a recent decision of the ...

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

New York Ilailrond Lnw. The Genkkai.' Railroad Act. Tbie important law. recently rn-cte-t, consit of fifty tw.i atctiorm, and fills five and a hilf columns of the Albany Arjjtie. Its principal prnvi'iotis are as follows: It euthoiizirs any number of prisons Bot lets than twentyrive, to "cijle fur ihe purjHte of roottiuciing and upera ting railways Ihe nvuut ef capital stock bot la be let thin $10,00 J fir every mile of Dt1 proposed to bo eontiiuctd. When the art it 1. of association are filed in Ihe effire of the Secretaiy of Stale, the stockholders thall be possessed of such poweis ai ik gantrj t corporation, but these aiti eb-s thall cot be tiled unlit at l-t $1,000 of ttcck fjr every iri: of the proposed road It tubsci ibed, and 10 per rent, paid ia. Kvery corporation ftmed under thi Aet thai have- a boa id of thirteen dirett.r, rhosrn annual!. The. stock of uch caTpaiäe hali be deemed personal estate, and bs traosctaMe. Each stockholder hall be individually I ab ! I-, the crd.i ...

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

3Ir. ielier tit 2tii j TJf TVvror'h infiTiic (J u- al . k, l')t rVl r. i Wfhuter li:i(J iWcti anil met wi'li inn public rrft-ptuin. We m fine rfciM-il an cmintijf the i nf iriLtis atid cpt'ivii' of the ( ion. j Mr. WVLiMer m titei at tlie IlmlniaJ lrnl by a j committee i r'-ceplion. and conducted tln-tice in an open binuidu' to ti; Rtcrrt liaise, where lie was adJressed by Mr. Crt:s. Tiie material jart f he I performance Mr. Webster' reply. Iii Ja t? r ..i .. c . - i . i - I. i . . ti.,, .,.,..,.,1 I late ( jircin in in- ch. line, inu in w iiiiii hi? u m . that the aiiti-slavry proviso was utterly ow.-lrs m the territori. as God had written tn tlie face i f the country tint clavrry could not exist there that tie S'u;h i:ad gmul cause lo complain of the North in relation to fugitive slaves, and that he was ready to vrte for nridiii.iuftl provisions mi the? iibject, and final ly, tint Cinerea could not avoid the 'blia!ion f ndirutt ;iirr n, w Strip out of Texas on account or w beiti !...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 May 1850

INDIANAPOLIS. IT! A If 93, 1 8. 'SO. CrOur neighbor of ihe Stale J turns.., U still determined to "calculate the alu" of he State Scnti lifl, and the probable "profit and Inis" of the sale and purchase. We have no doubt it vjill be an unprofitable one to Lim in moral print of view. We lave always tried t treat him with liberality and eourtc-y, and have avoided many an occnaion of assailing l im ; for we have no disposition to war upon weakness. Others may be les fastidious in regard to Mr. IK frees than we have been, and we know right well that our successors have no reason tu treat liim with any decree of forbearance. II may fully realize and dread I Iii, and tliink 1o esesp calamity ty depreciating; the State Sentinel, not only aa it is, but as it may te under new, more zealous and more vigorous conductors. But in din j this, be presently conferee lo hi own imbecility. If he has ben crushed r.nder our incompetcncß. to so luvv a condition that ti e State Journal has no value whatev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 May 1850

I 3iftiäua State ScntiueL ETERNAL 'IGILAÜCE II THE PIICE OF LtBr.RTT. INDIANAPOLIS, IfllY 523. 18- Our Twins, The f'1'iivvins will lipfnficr be f permanent term of the Wttk ii In lijriit !-lil Sentinel : Qr-Pajjrietits to !o mule always in advance. ( One ctnr, o:ieyear,..- $2 00 Three cp:'i, !! year, 5. OH Five ci p.t s, ono yif, 8.C0 One copy d-iriüg l'.e sfiiirf " Ten copies, in cluh-, on.; year, 13.00 Sini-V''liljr. (PuMi-hed three time? a Pf k tfurirg the session.) One copy, 4 00 Three copies, slO.Ui One cpv during the session, 1.00 All pnper will be stopped at the end of the? term pi'td fur. unless liijFi:Wripii"ii is renewal, except tu ihose wjih whom we have oilier unsettled bus mens iciount. Anv person sending us a club of ten. with cash, at the rate ,f $1.50 e:icli. eh.ill have a copy gratis far one var. Ft a greater number thar. ten, the gratuity si ail be increased in proportion. AM )-tniatT are requested to art a agents, and a Midi, bv a recent decision of the department...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 May 1850

Congressional. .. c . . Wimmw , M.y 15 1850. I ibe rnete resumed the eonsiJeis'i .n of ih bij lof ti ! .dm,.... a of C.l,fori,,....l the e.t.b.i.hment of a l.i.iU.i1 g.veri.me. f.,r N. w Mexico and Uth. Mr. DmIih expiee-! de. ire lu g-t a test of tin vols upon lite etaiatiou f the mrtur for Ihe admission of California frm othsr subjects. With that view he niovsl to 1JT the ti 1 under consideration on the tsble. with a view to tk;g up th ti l fr the admieiou of Ca'ifornia. Motion wrssMwd yeat 24, nays 23. Y.t: Davit of Mm. morel to amend the 10 h section cf t ti, Iit aiiikiiK niit h prnviaiiiii piaveutiiiK the iviopoa i ew Tenii xiil Leßi,i,iT fr,in pasting ir laws in rsspert r r','.?,f!r,e'r,n- '""PW P'1:'" ,u Leg ;.lt.ir-: fr'.m t asi . aur Iw i.irifetii.f wra those Hg i . of .r,.p.,tj wh,ch vut of ih. aJmi..o.. of Afnca.i !ti r. Mr Clas .p.o,J the am' D Ime n, ti'i ijt hit iean, and aik.d r ih'ull Seoatoia embtiratt tie pendn-K bill, br .t.mp.i,if to .er... a pioi.i. for protectin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 May 1850

lb-.f ii onf Sute e-rpii into sootier. The I xl of fit ! Const itt ti i'' fj'i e 1' ai t ".".t i hrld t lihm r r : tr in n. Slit- widtr the bite thereof erapi. ? art et e,, -h i. i !- ijhim e 4 1 any law ut trgu a oo I e ein, : b- J- flat d fo.H-u.li ft ticrui bat h-ill to de'irer- . v? m t'i ri.n ..f t ... p.ft i t hi'm rtich ervire t r la. boi .(i! i due." tolling ran be m-'ie t tint into tri I-" g i-r if hi- j n.. ir m ifri h" he u'M to a!e 1n.11 d, ' ! 'lie b-iii-'ii lorMt rr u t t ie rl-i.ii- t. any ur'i gl nr. At at in- C ii t :n i i' d lit!tf If s'il. c to Dir S t- r-i: ui- g h- I'm I. snd to Ihr G -icl iI Gteiirni-ii'. ' i d e.l. -trer- w,-e dill. iei.ce in Hit- duly iietf-ire hi- p-i.-i ii of in- C ti i " '""itf Stat and a'-e FeiL-iv! i; imiTf ii i mo e c'tit that it i thai of tht f im i t n of ihe ' t i. H 1 i' i" ' - '' b i!i I i Ii" rlkiiinui d in. clt -b'r lht ri'ilf i I ' h"'t- -. i r um - he itir-i .inBrHlli m bjinni the O t-eni I tin pi-.t HI lo ttia.i'uT a ltl;'ii i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 May 1850

IOI AINAl'OLIS, MAY 30, ISSO. CO" The "Stale Sentinel " at Indiana fx.li has been purchased by the Hon. V. J. Brown &Son, who will take charge of it about the 1st of June. The Mesar. Chapman have nerved the Democratic Party long and well. An unfortunate penchant, recently exhibited, far free-soilery, has alienated them to some considerable extent in the affections of many of the ainionpure democracy. This is the only short-coming they have exhibited in a service of man year we doubt much whether any eut ceasora will be able to serve J their Party mon successfully. Covington People's i Friend," Miy 19 Our supposed unfortunate penchant for free soil ery may p..iDiy nave aiienatra me aueciion. o. . simon-purea " from u, but a, near as wo can judge, has not al.enated many votes from the democratic party. Be this as it may, wc imagine the Friend " misapprehend our true position. He stands j ., . , ..i.i. .: .e straight, that he leans a little to the Niutti. ay e have never to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 May 1850

3uötaua State' Sentinel. IKIRIL VICILASCI II THE MICE OV IIKITT. INDIANAPOLIS. MAY 30, ISSO. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Stale Sentinel: to he mtde always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.00 Threo copies, one vear, 5.00 Five copies, one year. ..................... 8.00 One copy during the session,..-.. 5 Ten copies, in club, nn year, 15.00 S xia i - Wee U I j. (Publifbed three times a week during the session.) One copy, &1 00 Three copies, glO.CO One copy during the season, ... l.l0 All papers will be stopped at the end of the terra paid for, unless the subscription is renewed, except to those with whom we have other unsettled businees accounts. Any person sending us a club of ten, with earh, at the rate of $1.50 each, shall have a copy gratis fur one year. Fur a greater number than teu, the gratuity sl all be increased in proportion. All postmasters are requested to art as agen's, and a och, bv a recent decision...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 May 1850

w X I . o ODE. BT TH0X1I I. etlKKC. Who would sever Fieedom's ihrine f Who would dtsw the iovidious line ? Though by birth one spot be miDe, Dear it ill lh reift, Dear iht South' fail Isndi Dear the cen'ial mountain baodj Dear New England's tocky strand) Dear the ptaiiied watL By oar aliara, pure and free By our lw deep rooted Ireeg By the pail's dread numoryj By our Washington By oar common kindred luoguei By our hopes bright, buoyant young; By tb tie of country sttoogj We will still be one. Faihen ! hare yt bled in taia f Azes, must ye droop again f Maker, ahtll we laihly snin Blessings leut by Thee ? No ! teceire our solemn row. While befuie thy throne we bow, Ever lo maintain, e du "Union Liberty ! A IIeabt Truly Noble. When Fenelon'e libratf was on fire, "God be praised," said lie, "that it it not th dwelling of some poor man.' For th Slat Sentinel. Obituary. DIED, in this city, on the 17ih instant, after short illness. Mr. Moor GaLWsr, in the G5lh year o( his age. Tbie gentlem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 May 1850

Steamer to Liberia. Joseph Bryan of Alabama, for hiuieeif and hi aa-ciates, baa petitioned C-nigrM to advance to (Lent S'2,400.000 in five per cent, stocks, . repayable wilb interest; in twenty instalments, to help . build fiur (team alups of 4,000 ions burden better! than any other in the world, and capable of iroin ! From New Yom t Liverpool in eight days. Tneaa ships are to ct 00,tW apiece, and Mr. Bryan want tue Government la fork tip a they are built. Two of them he propres U fiiii by October 1, 1S52, and 'he other tw by OcL 1, 195i; Ihe Government ti t have the right tu lake them when needed for war purpose, by paying their cot and ten per cent. cm-i rniB;on; mid the right at all times to olace on board tvvn heavy gun and men necessary to serve them, and to wnd ijjTits to Liberia free of charge. TI.e n.-iin piirpi-e of ihess ti ships in tu Irnrnport free ngriM.-a t j Litert under the direction of Iiis. Co!onizatjoa Society. Mr. Eyrsn think? each 1 I j es. takd 4,ClK) pansengtr...

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