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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 July 1850

INDIANAPOLIS. JULY 11. 183Q. 'Hie Fourth vT July. Our national anniversary was celebrated by the Sabbath Schools of the city with mure than usual spirit on the morning or the 4th. Mr. Saffrd's ad dress to the children was well received. The grove ia the State House square was literally filled with children and those of riper ace. In the afternoon, the Cadets and Sons of Temperance had a celebration at the fame place. The Sons were addressed by the Rev. Mers. Babb and Myers, and the Cadets Ly Master Ohr. The address of the latter was a highly finished production, and was well received, more particularly by the outsiders, as he was rather severe on the Sons in portion of his remarks. The Daughters, however, came in for a full share of hi praise. It wan from mothers, sisters, and other female friends, the Cadets had received their greatest encouragement, and with their smiles ttiey would be invincible. . The Levee of the Daughter at the Masonic Hall was the principal event of the eveni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 July 1850

SoDtana State Sentinel. ETEBMAL SICILASCF. I THE fllCE OF LIBEBTT. IVIIMAII J. llROWN, K.lilor. IMHAAl'OLIS, J U LY 11. ISO. . Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of tbe Week-'y Indiana State Sentinel: ("Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, 2.00 Three copies, une year, 5-00 x ive copies, one year, 8.00 One copy during- the session,..- s Ten copies, in club, on year, 15.1. 0 Swni-Wt'i'klf. (Published three times a werk during the session.) One copy, 1 00 J Three copies,.... -SlO.tM) One Copy during the session, 1.10 All papers will be stopped at the end f the term paid for, unless the inscription is renewed, except to those with whom we have other unsettled business accounts. Any person sending" us & club of len. with cash, at the rate of $1.50 each, shall have a copy grali fur one year. For a greater number than ten, the gratuity shall be increased in proportion. Al) postmasters are requested tu art as agents, and as such,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 July 1850

News by Telegraph. V .SHI.XÜTON, Jul 5. House. IVIr. Giddings rose ti a question of privilege, and produced the Boston Atlas, in which is a letter from Washington, dated June 27ih, rliarginjj that he had examined certain paper on file in the P. O. Department, and had abstracted several in relation to the appointment or removal of the Tost Master at Oberlin. A long and uninteresting debate took place, when the House resumed the consideration of the report of 11m committee on the Galphin claim. - Messrs. King and Conrad, defended the allowance of principal and interest on claim, the latter defended the Secretary of War from taint of official or private misconduct. Adjourned. Sknate. Nothing of importance transpired in the morninjf. The Omnibus bill waa taken op at 12 M. when Mr. Bell resumed his remarks continuing a defence and vindication of the course of the Executive, and in review of the strictures made there. In the course of his remarks was understood to intimate that he wanted ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 July 1850

News by Teles in ph. Congressional. Washington, July 1 Senate. -A Her some morning business, the California compromise lili was aain taken up. After ume remarks by Mr. Yulee, in which he declared that his objection to supporting the bill was to preserre the peace, harmony, and consequent prosperity of the Union, Mr. Seward obtained the floor, but yielded tu Mr. Upliam, who addressed the Senate iu a ivjrular uld-fashioned slavery speech. Mr. Yulee ofTered a resolution to adjourn till the first of August, which lies over. A message was received from the President in reply to Mr. Foote's resolution, inquiring as to the proceedings relative to New Mexico, transmitting copies of orders appointing Col Monroe civil and miliiury governor of New Mexico. Tim message woa laid on the table; and the innate adjourned. Hocse. The question pending was on Treston King's resolution of Saturday to postpone until tomorrow two weeks the consideration of he resolution on the Galphin claim so a to go into...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 July 1850

i vni v: uolis. jltly is. 8... Agt'llls. 'f The following persona are authorised to receive ;? ' Johnson Cocntt Dr. J. F. Peggs, Franklin. Tifton County W. F. Beady, Tipton AH Postmasters, eo disposed will please xt as oar J fit it fii St iftfc Agents. lcntli of lresileut Tnylor. ?: On Wednesday la?t we received the following telc-rf $ Pablished by Austin II. Brown. INDIANAPOLIS, JULY 18, 1850. Yolame X:::::::::Number 7. graphic despatch fron tlie -ditor, announcing tbej The Til ion. Nothing can be inure fatal to our future hopes of painful intelligence of the death of General Taylur-V notional greatness and prosperity, thantl.fr impress- dated ( inn, which everywhere seems tr prevail, in the Northern and Northwestern .States, that the Union no in danger saved the ship." . tiy men's souls." Washington, Jul lOih, 1S50. To Austin II. Brown President Taylor died laut night at hair-past ten- with hope and never ere danger until we are in tlx o'clock. . W. J. BROWN, f. midt of it, and of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 July 1850

Ilutnana State -Sentinel. ! L1 '!! . lttlülL VIGILANCE It THE HICK OF LIBCKTT. Y.'II.LIAII J. 1UIOWIV, Editor. IXDIAXAl'OLIS. JULY IS, ISO. :J :' Our Terms. The "following wiil hereafter be he permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Slate Sentinel: ffc"T"Pavments to bo msde always in advance. One Cbpy, -j ve year,. $2.00 Three copies, une year,- 5.00 Five!ceptea, one year, 8.00 One copy during the session, 5 Ten copies, in clubs, one year, 15.00 St'iui-Weekly. Published three times a week during the session.) Oweeopy,...'.-$100 I Three copies, 10.00 fjneeäpv duriwg the session, l.W .'-All papers will b stopped at the end of the term paid for, unless the subscription is renewed, except trfthose with whom wc have other unsettled business actotints. 'Any person sending us a club of ten, with cash, at the rate of gU.50each, shall have a copy gratis for . one year. For & greater number (ban ten, the gratuitrfehall be increased in proportion. $ÄU postmasters are requested to act...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 July 1850

News by Telegraph. , Td'zraphed for the Madison Banner by the O'ReiUy Line. Washington, July 12, 8 p. m. The union caucus if members of Congress of al! parties favorable to the preservation of the Uniuu was hela to-day. The South agreed to the line of thirty-fiur degrees north latitude as the boundarv of Nfw Mexico. Texas agrees to this Mr. Clay agrcrd to it the North agrees to it and President Fillmore is contented with it. S this question bids fair to be settled to the satisfaction of all parties. A proportion is entertained and under discussion in the caucus to divide California by the same hoe, with a prospect of being carried. There is a rumor current now that Mr. Webster will give place to Mr. Winthrop in the cabinet. - Gen. Scott arrived in this city this morning. Ho comes to attend the funeral of Gen. Taylor and I superintend the military arrangements for the occasion. The National Intelligencer of this morning publishes the official order of procession and ceremonies to be ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 July 1850

From the Neva York Courier and Enquirer, Professor Webster's Confession, OF TUE MURDER. OF DR. PARISIAN. Boston, July 2 At the meeting of the Council this morning, lej case of Prof. Vebstr was referred ti a committee-.,, Tir0 a Anniiii'tloA - 1 " j.'.tshfL annnfiroil tlipfv Rev. Dr. Putnum. the spiritual adviser of the con-?! s the signatures and put them in my pocket. I do not knw why I did this rather than put t.en in the fire, for I find nut considered f-r a -moment what effect either mode of disposing of them would luve on the mortgage or my indbtdnen s to Dr. Parkman and the other persons interested, and I had not yet given a single thought to the question as to what arcnnt I should give of ihe ol.j vis or result of my interview Willi Ur. 1 .irk min. never mw the pledge hammer" spoken of by Litilrfieh! ; never knew of i: rxister.ee, k - flAin aar ilk an .w.a... i . mirnifa doe . .9 srta ra 1 . I . T . . ttM,1,':l wiiii il UtJlllttMl Mir Lwimiiu.auuii vi '"" 7 SI 1711 I liilVf? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 July 1850

J r 1 J WILLIAM J. BROWN, Kditor. .1 WEEKLY, sr.:UX-Wi:r.KLY,. . W I f iV 4 A AUSTIN II. BROUN, Publisher 2 OO VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THU KSDAY, JULY 25, 1850. NO. 8. INDIANA STA 1 J INDIANA STATE SENTINEL i A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, E7-Ofiice iu THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS North Side Washington, near Meridian St. AUSTIN H. BROWN, PUBLISHES. THE SraU-IVEEULY EMTIO Is published every Wednesday and Saturday and Daily during the session of the Legislature, at rOUE ECLLAES A YEAS, Invariably in Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITIOX Is published every Thursday, and is furnished to subscribers at the following very low rates: One Copy, one year, $2.00 Three Copies, one year, 5-0 Five Copies, one vear 8.00 Ten Copies, (in Club) one year, 15.00 One Copy, six months, l-0 One Copy, three months, 50 ZJ-The Money, in all cases, to accompany subscriptions. 0Any person sending us a Club of Ten, with cash, at the rate of $1.50 each, shall have a copy gratis for one vear. For a greater number than ten, the gratuity...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 July 1850

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS, JULY 25, 1S30. MARION COUNTY DE1IOCBATIC TICKET. For Senatorial Delegate A. V. MORRISON. C JAMES JOHNSON, ForRep. Delegates 3. P. CHAPMAN, LEVI L. TODD. (BEN J. MORGAN, For Representatives MADISON WEBB, (P. HOSBROOK. For Sheriff CHARLES C. CAMPBELL. For Treasurer i 0 H N M. TALBOTT. For Auditor ISAAC W. HUNTER. For Probate Judge ADAM WRIGHT. For County Com'r MATTHEW R. HUNTER. Tor Coroner PETER F. NEWLAND. Agents. The following persons are authorized to receive Subscriptions for the " Sentinel:" Johvsox County Da. J.'F. Peggk, Franklin. TiFTOif Coujttt W. F. Brady, Tipton. All Postmasters, so disposed, will pleaso act as our Agents. ETThe Office of the Indiana State Sentinel is removed to the Three Story Building, in the centre of the city, opposite the Telegraph Office and Odd Fellows' Hall. SENTINEL JOB PRINTING OFFICE. The Proprietor bavins purchased at the Eaat a new and SUPERIOR BOOK AND JOB OFFICE, Is prepared to e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 July 1850

. BY TELEGRAPH. Front the iladi son Paper. Arrival of the America. Halifax, Thursday, July 18. The steamship America arrived off the Larlior last night, but she did not reach her wharf until this morning, iwin to the dense fog which prevailed. The America arrived at Liverpool on Sunday, the 30th ult., at noon and sailed on the 6th inst. at 2 o'clock P. M. Sir Hobcrt Peel was killed on the 23th of June by being thrown from his horse. The growing crops of grain throughout the kingdom continue promising, though harvest may be later than the average of seasons. The manufacturing districts represent an increased trade. Louis Phillirpe is siid to be dyinj of cancer in the stomach, and Lis relations state that his life can scarce)y last a month longer. We have dates from Lisbon to the 9th ult. Great ex-e-itement prevails in cohjcucnce of the arrival of an American squadron in the Tague to enforce the claim of $10,000. Twenty-one days were allowed by the American commander for a reply. Fear...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 July 1850

Speech or the IIou. J. A. XcClerntind, of Illiuoi, iu Senate, June 10, 1850. Ia Committee of the Whole on the statu of the Union, a the President's Message relating to California, Air. McClernand baitl. Mr. Chaiumatt: I early foresaw the danger wLich Las ensued from the agitation of slavery Lit connection vith government fur our territories; ami did all in my power, in tho first instance, to prevent the agitation"; anJ have sir.ee striven persevcringly striven to terminate it ia a wgy that should le just ami satisfactory to all parties and all section of our beloved country. If I have been unsuccessful the fault is not mine, hut attaches to others, whose courso lias had the effect not only to keep the question open, but to aggravate its evils and danger. And upon such persons 1 call, at this time, to come forth and prove the sincerity of their profession by aiding to rescue the Union from the penis that throaten it. Let thero, and all of os, elevate ourselves alwve all pride of opin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 August 1850

V ( i; J 1 r 0 WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. . ' "P1 T1 "K" Ts r7" . C SEMI-WEEKLY,'..., $4 00 AUSTIN II. BROWX, Publisher. $ VV -J ' WEEKLY,. 2 O0 VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1850. NO. 9. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL : A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, E7-Office in THE SENTINEL BUILl)IN(.'Sa North Side Washington, neat - Meridian St. AUSTIN H. BROWN, PUBLISHER. THE SMI-WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Wednesday and Saturday and Daily during the session of the Legislature, at . J-OUB DOLLARS A Invariably in Advance. XII K VKLY EDl'IIOX Is published every Thursday, and is furnished to subscribers at the following very low rates: One Copy, one year,... ..$2.00 Three Copies, one year, .... 5.00 Five Copies, one year, 8.00 Ten Copies, (in Clubs) one year, .15.00 Oue Copy, six months, I -00 One Cop, three months, 50 Ks-The Honey, in all cast, to accompany subscriptions. O'Any person sending us a Club of Tie, with cash, at the rate of $1.50 each, shall have a copy gratis for one year. For a g...

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

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. B R OWN, Editor: IXDLVXAPOLIS, AUGUST lr1850. MARION COT7XTY DEKOCBATIC TICKET. For Senatorial Delegate A. F. MORRISON. ( JAMES JOHNSON, For Rep. Delegates J. P. CHAPMAN, I LEVI L. TODD. CBEM. MORGAN, " For Revrettntatkes 2 MADISON WEBB, (P. HOSBROOK. For Sherif CHARLES C. CAMPBELL. For Treasurer JOHN M. TALBOTT--For Auditor ISAAC W. HUNTER. For Probate Judge ADAM WRIGHT. For County Com'r MATTHEW R. HUNTER. -For Coroner PETER F. NEWLAND. ICThe Office of the Indiana State Sentinel is remored to the Three Story Building, in the centre of the city, opposite the Telegraph Office and Odd Fellows' IlalU Agents.The following persons arc authorized to receive Subscriptions for the " Sentinel:" Johxsov Cocstt Dr. J. F. Pxggs, Franklin.. Tin-ox Cou.vtt W. F. Brady, Tipton. All Postmasters, so disposed, will please act as our Agents. ' Indiana State Sentinel". We have been seTcral times tempted to give ex tracts from Indiana papers and others, noticing the Sta...

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

BY TELEGRAPH. From the Madison Paper. Washixctox, July 23, 8 P. M. Sixate. The question ras taken on Mr. Hale's amendment, which in substance is as follows: Thut, until the duties of the board of commissioners ahall have lecn completed, the rights of the United States and Texas shall remain as they are. Mr. Hale again modified his amendment so as to apply to the date of the exchange of the ratification of the treaty of OuaJaloupc. It was rejected vcas 22, nays 30. Several other amendments were proposed, and, after a lengthy discussion, referred. The Senate, without coming to a conclusion, at five o'clock adjourned. A great cflbrt was made to get a rote on the omnibus bill, but failed. Boston, July 25, 8 P. M. Littlefield and Prof. Webster had an interview yesterday, in jail, at the desire of the latter. The professor said that he could not rest until he had acknowledged that he had done Littlefield great injury and asked his forgiveness. He said that Littlefield, ia his testimony, t...

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

s Speech of Hon. C. L. Dunham, of Indiana, In te House of Rrpresentalive, Wednesday, June 5, 185C, In Committer of the Whole on the stale of the Union, on the President's Zlessaje transmitting the Constitution of ieolijorma. Mr.DUXHAXsaid:-. Mr. Chaiema.v I feel great reluctance ia addressing the committee upon this question at this time. The session is far advacned, and most of it has been spent in this discussion. The subject is exhausted j and, after the array of talent which has for 6o long a time been devoted to its consideration, it would be vain it would be presumptuous in me to expect that I can add anything which will interest the committee or enlighten the country. Bat, sir, my silent observation here, week after week and month after month, has satisfied me that the opinions, wishes, motives, and objects of the people of tnat section trom wnence i come, nave oeen greaiiy misunderstood or wickedly misrepresented in respect to this subject of slavery ; ana as the humble indi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 August 1850

r 1 LI J WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. WEEKLY. SE3II-WEEKLY, Si 00 OVEEKLY,. t S OO VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1850, NO. 10. in J 7 INDIANA STATE SENTINEL : A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, t7-Ofiice in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS.: Xorth Sids Washington, near Mitidian St. AUSTIN IL BROWN, PUBLISHER. . TIIE rJIMV:KLY EDITION 1 published every' Wednesday and Saturday and Daily during the session of the Legislature, at f OTIS DOLLARS A YEAS, Inrariatly in Advance. 11112 lYEEKIA' edition ts published every Thursday, and is furnished to subfcenter et the loUowmg very low rates: One Cot one vear $.uu I TV,.a ..nn ft (Ml I Five Copies one vear .'!!!!!!!!! 8.00 Ten Copies, (in Clubs) one year, lo.vo te uopy, si montu flni! fnnr threw months ................... OU ' ' - rri r ti j I The Money, tn all cases, to accompany subscriptions. - . .ty, " . , r I O'Anv person sending us a Club of Ten, with cash, at tue rite of $1.50 each, shall have a copy gratis for tone y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 August 1850

LXDIAiYA STATE SENTINEL, WILLIAM J. B-BOWIT, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS, XlClüT 8, 1350- Agrents. Tho following persons are authorized ttr receive Subscription for tho " Sentinel:" Joh.vsow Cocjttt Da- J. F. PlGi, Franklin. Tiptox Coc.vtt W. r. Bract, Tipton. All Postmasters, so deposed, wilt please act as our Agents. Fugitive Slaves again. Ellis, of the Goshen Democrat, is out with another article on the fugitive slave bill. We clip the following from his paper, to show that he is either grossly ignorant or is guilty of willful misrepresentation : "And yet, not content with tho existing 'compromises of the Constitution, all of which, so far as they relate to slavery, were mado not for the oppressed, but ior the oppressor not to encourage freedom, but to grind the face of God's poor, the Sooth impudently asks laws to be passed, compelling every Post Master and mail carrier, and every other petty officer under the General Government, to turn kidnappers and barbarians, hunt the blooding sla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 August 1850

BY TELEGRAPH. From the Madison Paper. Washington, Anmist 1. Sexatb. Mr Douglas movel that an independent till for the admission of California be taken up for the purpose of making it the special order. Agreed to, yen 37, najs 22. Mr. Douglass then moved to make it the special order for this lay, and every l;iy hereafter until disposed of. Mr. Atchison moved to- amend by striking out " today," and inserting "Monday." Rejected, veaa 14, fUVS 30. Mr. Atchison said Mr. Douglass' motion would supersede the Omnibus Bill, which, was the order for 12 to-day. Mr. Hale said the Omnibus was not yet engrossed. Mr. Foote wanted to take Texas first. "California could never pass. Parliamentary measures elsewhere would defeat it. Mr. Douglass motion was finally carried. Mr. Atchison moved that when the Senate adjourn, it be until Monday, hut the motion was withdrawn. The California bill was then taken up, and made the special order for to-day and every day hereafter until disposed of. Mr. Foote mov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 August 1850

Speech of Hon. C. L. Dunham, of Indiana In the lhiune of Representatives, Wednesday, June 3, 1S50, in Committee of the Whole on the Btate of the Union, on the President's Messaje transm'iUinj Vie Constitution of ' California CONCLUDED. J Now, t,ir, what U it the North do really want? Not to invade the richts ot th South not tu interfere directly or indireetlv with slavery in the States or elsewhere, where it is secured by the Constitution. But they are opposed to the institution. They believe it not only to be wrong, but detrimental to the prosperity of any country where it exists. - This U the penadinr sentiment of the North, and hence they cannot consent that it shall be extended where Congress may rightfully prevent it, for they would be in part responsible for such extenxioa. They believe that wherever, under the Constitution, Congress may rightfully control or abolish it, they, as well as the South, arc responsible for its continuance; and that it is not only their right, but t...

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