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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 June 1850

j V ; I: I J . 3. ' t: .(. T i. ) : r 1 A non.Mi'oLis. jviz c. ts.io. The Ddilor's rirl Speech I have always thought I should like the life of an Editor it rt possibility its cares, and its excitement is food suited to my nature. Circumstances however, vvliich I could not always control, have heretofore placed tint posit. on beyond my reacli. I hate now reached the goal of my ambition. With no detire again to return to Congress, I hall after the close of my present term, devote my time, my attention,! 'and what little talents I posse, to the Sentinel. In future I shall have ait opportunity, semi-weekly and weekly of speaking, through its columns, to the people of my beloved Indiana, which will be much more congenial to rny feeling, and better suited to rny taste, than occupying a eit in the gorgeous Halls of I Congress, and playing leap-frog for & month to get the floor then to address Mr. Cliairnian !' with empty benches for an audience, for the brief suace of an hour. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 June 1850

3tröuum State Sentinel. ITtMiL VIGILASCK 19 TUE PBICC OF LISCBTY. WIIXIA7I J. IHIOWIV. Editor. I.DIAKAlOLIS, Jl'XC UV 1850. Our Terms. The following wiil hereafter be ihe permanent terms of the Week-y Indiana Stale Sentinel: Qf" Payments to be made always in advance. One copj , one year, 2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 Five copies, one year, - 8. 00 One copy during the session, yßo Ten copies, in clubs, one vear, lo.OO pini-Ü'eekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, $4 00 Three copies, 10.00 One copy during Ihe session,- 1.00 All papers will be stopped at the end of the term paid for, uoless the subscription is renewed, except to those with whom we have other unsettled business accounts. Any penon lending us a club of ten, with cash, at Ohe rate of $1.50 each, shall have a copy gratis fur one year. For a greater number than ten, the gratuity shall be increased in proportion. All postmasters are requested to art as agents, snd as such, by a recent decisio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 June 1850

?Ir. Clay's Speech. We have been requested by a number of the uld frie iends of Mr. Clav to publish Li epeecl, attacking ,e non-action policy of the President. We cannot , J . , . . . the comp w.u. uu. request on.y lu par,, au wnoie peecn occupies entirely too wucu apace jorour columns. The follow in is his concluding remarks which embrace the points at issue between Mr. Clay and the President : In what circumstances will the country be, if Congress adjourn without a settlement of this boundary question, a rxl witlxut establishing territorial governments fr Uah arnl New Mexico! In what condition would the people of Jew Mexico be, ea3t of the Ri del Norte, in their conflict with- Texas 1 Sir, I need not remicij you of what everybody knows -of the settled dihkv the iitsNperable antijmtliy existing n the prt of the peopln t.f New Mexico toward. Tex a, denouncing and denying her authority, contravening the existence of her laws, ant ready, if they had the power to do it, to resist her c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 June 1850

prion Of Governor . CrlJICIltl ill llllli.tNilpOliS. j The arrival ,.f Gerii..r Cnitehden. lad and Ulfe in our city. 01 Tuesday lat, nn a friendly visit to the j Governor t f Indiana, "by invitation nf the laltcr, lias j . e , .. 0 , I oe-n lisrt.f..re announced ni the St-iiunl. j Oil WdnvJ:ir last lh public iu'rductiO'l of Gov. C itiende.. o the p.pl- Mk pla.-e in He grove in the K K , i Stale l!ueMp:trp. At 2 'cl ck Mi the atu rn a priK-PHin wa formed, twd-r si'veral nntrsliala ape i i i i ts. .mm pointed for th puruosf, and proceed. d to ih squire, ' i w here a Und, euiiame ior memubK'u. . erected. A large number of ladies and gentlemen were in attendance to witness the ceremonies, which were opened by a prayer from Dr. Simpson, la'e President nf the Asbury University of Indiina. Governor Wri-Iit then introdueid Ins ilistinguisbed jrio-xt. Govr-rimr Crittemlei in Ilm foil -win address: . ... . , ... . T . 1 I t ellow citizens : it 13 wun prwe, inui i imrotuce. to you our distingu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 June 1850

) The Cialpliiii Swindle. Under the administration of a Prejident who assumes the responsibility of the acts of Iiis cabinet; who understands what is done, and the reason why, the doings of his cabinet m not a matter of much importance; their acts are his acts. He is the responsible head of the government, elected by the people ; but under the administration of the present weak and imbecile President, who signs whatever is brought to tim without inquiry, whether it is a land patent or a Postmaster's comm.ssion ; who excuses himself in . INDIANAPOLIS. JUNE 8, 18AO. all cases of complaint, by saying that he wa. out. . practice of the Government, refused to allow or reToied by the cabinet; the acts ..fmh member of commend the payment of the interest. When Presi- such administration becomes a matter of importance and should therefore be carefully scanned by the . American people, liiat our render may understand more fully this hoary-headed claim which contribut ed o largely to fill the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 June 1850

3uMatm State Bcntiud. CTEBX AL VIGIL A SCC IS THE fllCI OF tIBtETT. U'IIMA.n J. ItltOW.'V, IMilor. ixima uolis. jl.m: 13, I MO. Our Twins. Tlie following wiil liereafter be permanent terms of Iii? Week' if Indiana Stats Sentinel: ffc7-Pavmeiita to he nude always in advance. One copy, one year, Three copies, one year, : -00 Five copies, one year, 8.00 One copy durin? the session, 1 Ten copies, in ciurw, one vear, 13.10 Siriiii-Wct'Uly. (Published three time a wttk du ring the gewinn.) One copy, $1 00 Three copies, $10.( 0 One copy during the session, l.t'O All anew will be stopped at the end f the term paid for, unless the subscription in renewed, except t those with whom we have other unsettled business accounts. An person sending us a club of ten. with cash, at the rate of $1.50 each, ehall have a copy gratis for one year. For a greater number than ten, the gratuity shall be increased in proportion. All po-tma-tera are requested to art as agents, and as sucli, by a recent decision ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 June 1850

. NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. Telegraphed firr the Banner by the O'Reilly Line. AIIKIVAL, OF THE ATLANTIC. New York, June 10. The American mail eteamship Atlantic, Captain West, reached her wharf this afternoon from Liverpool, whence she left on the 29th ult., thus making tie pamje in eleven dnja and sijr hours. A most creditable performance. London-, May 27. The corn trade tlirnti-vhont tho past week has been dull, auI in some of the leading markets in ihe country a dtc!ine of one shilling per quarter on wheat a acct'dod to, nof from any apparent cause either of more favorable weather for growing- crops or excess of supplies, but because prices had riven way in the market line. Fresh supplies of English wheat have be'ii smaller for 8m tune, but fort-in nrrivul hav increased and been more adequate to the demand. ISaW both of Eulisli and foreign were inado with ditficully at Monday's prices. Continued arrivals of French flour have had a very depressing effect on trade, and prices have scarcel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 June 1850

THE :ASiIVILLE COXVEXTIO.'V. Nashville, June 3: Tli delf-gite to ihe Sou'.hern Convention convened txiay, and ihe Convpntinn was temporarily orjjauised ty Aaron Vail Lruwn being called to the Chair. The President, pmtmt., then reported to the assembly, by order of the Committees cf the State, held in their primary meeting?, the names tfV. M. Sharkey, of .Mis-., as I'rffid. nt ; Gov. McDonald of Ga., as Vice President ; W. V. Cooper and E. G. Eastman, as Secretaries. The vote was taken on each separately, and were Unaiiirnotiply approved. The President elect was then conducted to the chair. Upon taking which he made a brief but animated pcecli, .Lieh was received by hearty appl a une. He thanked the convention most profoundly for he honor Conferred in elevating him to the poeitiun which ho had no desire to fill, hut winch, after tl.w appeals tliut had tWn made to !i;m, he could no lunger decliti lie alluded briefly to the causes which had induced this meeting of the convention; the s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 June 1850

IXDIAXAPOLIS. JUXE 15, l50. Ourselves. The patrons of the Sentinel already understand tliat the Editor is at Washington attending to his duties 9 a member of Congress. This position gives him many advantages in communicating to them the latest intelligence from the Capitol, in watching the various mores on the political chess hoard, and in predicting the effect of each move upon the final result of the game. With these advantages he, on the other hand, labors under the disadvantage of Ii i a absence from the place of publication, and his consequent inability to say anything upon subjects of a local character, either general or political. Eut cur readers will he gratified to learn that we hate procured the invaluable services of Nathaniel Bolton, Fq., 89 local Editor, who will take charge of that department until our return. ' The pcuple of Indiana know Mr. Bolton. It is therefore unnecessary for us to make any promises on his behalf. He will do rijrht. From the Copper llcgious. - Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 June 1850

3ntiiauq State Sentinel. EltaSALVlGILA.ICEM TIICFIICl Or LItFTT. WII I.HM J. IfIiOV, IMilor. i.iiiroY4is. just: 20, isao. Our IVrniM. Tlie following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Slate Sentinel: Q-Tayments to be made always in adranee. One copy, one y ear, $2.01) Tl.rce copic. one year, 5.00 Five copies, one year. 8.00 One copy during the session, jöo Ten copies, incluns, one vear, 15.00 S"iiii-AVe-Kly. (Tublbhcd three times a week during the Pension.) One copy, $1.00 Three copies, $10.00 One copy during the session,- ...... 1.1H) All papers will bo 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 bo increased in proportion. All postmasters are requested to act as agents, and as such, by a recent ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 June 1850

NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. Congressional. Tclrraj hcd fur the Madison Banner ly the O'Reil'y Line. Washington, June 13. The Senate resumed the consideration of the California question. Mr. Webster poke in favor of each measure precutni, an J said lie wuuid be glad to vote fr beia eeparatoly or connected!. The debate wai continued at great length by Messrs. Benton, Foots, Seward, and Clay. IIr. Seward said if the Texas question was omitted fruiii this bill he would te for it. Mr. Benton wanted tto admission of California separately from the pending bill. He said Mr. Clay had maintained that California should be a separate quest ion. Mr. Clay expressed himself in favor of the admission of California, and that the speediest way to bnn it in was to combine it with other measures. Mr. Houston spoke in faror of the Texas title to the boundary line. Mr. Clay read a letter from Mr. Reed, of Independence, Mo., relating to the assertion made by Mr. Benton that California was not fit to be admitted. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 June 1850

NEWS BY TELEGRAFIL Telegraphed for the Danner ly the O'Reilly Line. . rrjs i ok Lie; ncms. JlT "' L err jwciid i'iVMn) - STE.lMSIUpHC.1XAD.t. Ik'dTON, June 13. The teamship Canada arrived this morning, from Liverpool, with dates to the lt inst. The Viceroy sailed on the same day from Galway for Halifax. Tim money market continues steady, and discount are easily obtained at the currency of last week. LivEKrooi,, May 31. The speculative excitement in the cotttoii market ha increased and snlca for the week are (33,310 bales.. Indian corn CI. lNver, hut thero i rather more doin; in it to-day at this price. In other respects themarketa are very dull, and speculation qtiiot and susrxNxiiid. Political Intelligence. The liou f Parliament was occupied by the Commons on Wednesday, and since then Lord John Kussel ha obtained lrav-i !o introduce the bill which was rejected by the Lords at the .act session to enable Baron Rothschild to take a scat for the city of IonrVn. .An address to her Majes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 June 1850

INDIANAPOLIS. JUNE 2T. 18.70. We notice that the Indiana Journal contains another article in relation to Gor. Wright and the pardoningpwer by the celebrated Juslitia, alian a noiy Doctor in Jefferson v i lie, who loves fight and controversy,and if he cannot Lave a fuss about one tiling he will another. It seem that he is tcry desirous of having lie Governor to obey him in ihe discharge of the pardoning power. It is a pity that nclt publications are made by men who either do not know the facts, or if they do, designedly and futaely withhold them. We presume Justitia kuew, when he wrote that article for the Journal, that both tLe anciute Judges, sheriff, clerk, and hundreds of the good citizens of Clark county had united in a petition for the commutation of the sentence against Gross and Gates. Eut hi allusion to Gov. Wright granting a respite in the case of Gross is of such a character, that all honorable men should hereafter eschew him, as they would a serpent. Here was a man cosrfe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 June 1850

SiiMaim State Sentinel. BTCBHAt VIGILAHCE It THE PBICC OF LUCKTT. WII-IMA.II J. I.ROWX, Eslitnr. INDIANAPOLIS. JLTC 27. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Week'y Indiana State Sentinel: ("Payments to be mde always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.00 Three copies, one year,-" 5.00 Five copies, one year, 8.00 One copy durin the session,- -oO Ten copies, in cluhs, one rear, 15.00 S'ini-Vo-!iiy. (Published three limes a week during the sepsion.) One copy, 4 00 I Three copies, 10.00 j One copy during the session, 1.00 All papers 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. Any person sending us a club of ten. with corIi, 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 postmasters are requested tu act as agents, and as such, by a recent decision o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 June 1850

Ttlegraphed for the Madison Courier, BT THE O'REILLY LINI. . CTfe. FOKEIGN NEWS. '-IT STEAMSHIP "cAJUBRIA. ONE WEEK LATER FROM EUROPE. CORN MARKET. Liverpool, June 17. The prevalence of extreme favorable weather far the grow id j crops La a depressing effect on the corn market, and Indian corn haa further declined about la per quarter, and 10 dull in the extreme. The price of the best Yellow is 31s, and for White and Mixed SO a 31 per quarter of 440 Iba. Floor 24 a 24 per brl. and dull ; American 5s 8J a 6s 3d per 70 Iba. ENGLAND. The protectionists have beeu holding a meeting at Liverpool, which was attended by the bulk f the country party, and ia anid to have been the bi;st political display that has been witnessed in Eitglaud for nme time. From a paper recently presented to Parliament, it appears that the larpet importation of Wheat and Flour into Great Britain ia from France the quantity from the United State is comparatively small. Tbe Bishop of London has made a motion for a n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 June 1850

Thlriy-fnst Congress. First Session, In Senate. Washington, June 10, 1350. After the consideration of morning business, tie Senate took up the CBpromt;.rill. Air. Hale having tl,e lloor withdrew in favor of Mr. Benton, who he said desired to address the Senate lu day. Mr. Clay expretoed the hope that Mr. LVntoii would postpone makinfr the motion which he liatl intimated, ur.tj-1 the-vote lioultl have been taken on the amendments proposed to the bill. Mr. .Benton intimated that there was no disposition to take any vote; that further discussion uxn amendment wü only to add to the waste of tune already accomplished in the consideration of the bill; and expressed his readiness l withdraw whenever t he Senate BhojjU say be ready lo take a vo'e. He then moved the further consideration of the bill be postponed until I lie 4ih of March, in the year of our Lord 1331, and proceeded I address the Senate in support of the motion, but in no low a tune for some time, as to be inaudible in the gal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 July 1850

INDIANAPOLIS. JULY 4, 1830. 1 lie Uditor. The editor La been confined to Lis room for lome time by a tevere attack of illness. By the following paragraph which we clip from the Union f the 21et, we perceive he is again able to attend to his duties in the House : We were glad to perceive Mr. W- J. B.-own, of Indiana, in his seat yesterday, after baring teea confined for a week to his lodgings. Health of Cincinnati. The Board of health reported a few cases of cholera in Cincinsti on Sunday last since which time no new cases have bten reported. The Cincinnati Gazette of Thursday, the latest dale received, says 'We made diligent enquiry yesterday, op t a late hour in the afternoon, but heard of 1io cases of cholera, old or new, in the rity. In 1331 this myeieriou8 disease appeared in our michst, for about 21 hour, truck down a few victims, and disappeared. The city appears very healthy, but the weather is hot and we should avoid exposure and all imprudence in diet and clothing." The Sou...

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

SfaMttim State Sentinel. KTEK5AL VIGtLASCE IS THE f MICE OF LIBERTY. J. imoiVX. Fslifor. InrAlM)LIS. JULY 4. 18J0. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Stale Senlinel : ("Payments to be mnJe always in advance. One copy, one year, 2.00 Three copies, one year, ............... 5.00 rive copiii), one year, 8.00 One copy during the session,- 50 Ten copies, in clubs, one var, 13.00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, .$4 00 J Three copies', 10.00 One copy during the session, 1.00 All paper 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 buäine?s accounts. Any person sending us a club of ten. with cash, at the rate cf $1.50 each, ßhall have a copy gratis for one year. For a greater number than ten, the gratuity sliall be increased in proportion. All postmasters are requested to art at agents, and as such, by a recent de...

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

Telegraphed for the Malison Courier. BT THE O'REILLY LINK. FOIIEICS NEWS. STEAMSHIP PACIFIC Halifax, June 2D. The steamship Tacific arrived off Halifax at 3 o'clock- this nioruinjr. S!ic left Liverpool oo the 19th tilt. S.'io was boarded one hundred miles at sea by the news nclinoner of tbe Associated Press. Cotton firm at last quotations ; sales for Saturday, Monday and Tuesday of 1j,0(K) bales. Flour imintains last quotation well. Corn has advanced from one to two shillntgi. Provision dull at previous quotations. U. b'. stock firm at Ust quotations. Consuis 95 7-8 a 90. The account of commercial news is favorsble. Later advices from India are unfavorable in a commercial point of view. The commercial intelligence from China is not regarded as favorable. The English ministers have been defeated on the Greek question ; their resignation was hourly expected. rVetvs hy Telegraph. Telegraph! fur the Madison Banner by the O'Reilly Line. Washington, June 27. Senate. The supplementary cens...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 July 1850

NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. telegraphed tok the bakkf.r it the o'iciit LIVE. Washington, June 24.Senate. Mr. Hunter presented the credential of R. W. Barnwell, appointed Senator to till the vacancy occasioned by the death if Mr. Elmore. After some voting business, the California bill was taken cp. Mr. "Soule moved hia substitute for that portion of the bill relating to California ; the substitute propose that the President fdiall itMie hia prclamation, declaring California tu be admitted into the Union, 00 soon as he shall receive evidence that he has in convention assented to certain conditions amoriff which are her relinquishment of public domain and restriction of hor southern limits to the Missouri compromise line. Washington, June 25. ' Senate. Mr. Davis of Massachusetts, presented a memorial of Manufacturers, prayinjj fr a modification of the tariff act, which was referred to the Finance Committee - Mr. Pwusk introduced a bill for raising two i dditional regiment? of dragoons. The omni...

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