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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 August 1850

1 WILLIAM J. DROWN, Editor. 1 AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. $ WEEKLY. C SOU-WEEKLY, $1 00 I WEEKLY, 2 OO VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1850. NO. 11. r IN S A kJiLJl M IL ill 1 lUJLJo INDIANA STATE SENTINEL : A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, tT-Office in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS. iVorfÄ Side Washington, near Meridian, St. AUSTIN- H. BR0W.N, PUBLISHES. THE SEHMVECKLY EDITION Is published every Wednesday and Saturday and Daily during the session of the Legislature; at t"0UB E0LULE3 A YEAS, Invariably in Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION ts published every Thursday, and is furnished to subscribers at the folio wing very low rates: One Copy, one year, $2.00 Three Copies, one year,. 6.00 Five Copies, one vear,. 8.00 Ten Copies, (in Clubs) one year, 15.00 One Copy, six months...... 1.00 One Copy, three months,. 50 CThe Money, in all cases, to accompany subscriptions. tAny person sending as a Club of 7n,with cash, at the rate of $1.50 each, shall have a copy grati for one year. For a greater nu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 August 1850

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLI All J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANA PO LIS, AUGUST 15, 1850. f The Election We have obtained a signal and' most glorious triumph in the late elections in- Indiana, when we consider that the wnole efforts of the whig wire-workers were devoted to success irothe Legislature. The editor of the Journal was confident of a majority in the Hou?e of Representatives, and' we confess that, in common with many ether democrats, we- were alarmed for the result, knowing the means that were resorted to-, to accomplish out defeat. Oar efforts to arouse the democracy were ridiculed and set down as labor lost.. There was much involved in out success in the late elections, and although in some counties the eyes of the people were blinded by sophistry, yet the real democracy of the State nobly came t the rescue, and the plans of the whigs being: exposedy recoiled upon their own heads. As a member of the Democratic State Central Committee, we must claim some credit to our body, fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 August 1850

BY TELEGRAPH. From the Madion Papers. Washixgto.v, August 9. Sixate. The consideration of Mr. Pearce' bill for the settlement of the Texas boundary line was taken Winthrop took the floor upon hU amendment oß'ered yesterday. His principal object was to open the subject for farther dicasion. He agreed with every word of the Executive Message. He thought the friends of California had a right to expect her admission first. He saw no objection to Pearce's boundary line and therefore withdrew his amendment. Mr. Underwood then otTered an amendment giving a;.d put ably the same boundary line as that provided in the Omnibus bill, which was rejected. Yeas 24 nays 23. After some farther debate the question was taken on Mason's amendment offering a substitute for the whole till, when it was rejected, yeas 14 nays 37. The bill was then reported to the Senate with the several amendments made. The first amendment was the substitution of the expression, "per claim to territory," for the words " her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 August 1850

BY TELEGRAPH. - -- LFroai the Madison Papers.) Wasiiik&tox, AnjpiM 5. Ejr a Jc-spatxli from North Carolina, received by a EieoiU-r of the Honse, I learn that the democrats have paired 2,500 irr the counties beard from, and six members of the Legislature. Rci.l, democrat, is certainly elected Governor, and tlie Legislature will most probably le democratic. Iatcllience has been received of the death of Orlando Crown, late Indian commissioner, by cholera, on his way :a Kentucky. Col. Howard, arrived last night from Texas, states taut tiiteen hundred volunteers hal i4Fcrco! their services to the Governor to march aaainst Santa Fe. Tne Governor accepted them, but they will not march at present) fcr until an answer i revriveu from Washington and the LegUlbture of TexasArrival of the Cambria, Halifax, Ang.6 The steamship Cambria arrived from Liverpool at half past one o'clock to-day. Cotton had declined1 nearly 1-8 sales of the week 40,000 bale. Flour had advanced 6d, and corn ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 August 1850

1 J WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. ) AUSTIN II. DROWN, Publisher. WEEKLY. C SEMI-WEEKLY, OO J WEEKLY, 9 00 VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1850. NO. 12. nn AN S A ' sen in INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, ET-OfHce in THE SENTINEL BUILDINC:SC AirA Side Washington, near 3f:ridian St. AUSTIN H. BROWN, PUBLISHER. THE SETII-WJGKIilY EDITION Is published every Wednesday and Saturday and Daily - during tbe session of the Legislature, at t OTT DOLLARS A YEAR, Invariably in Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION ts published every Thursday, and is furnished to subscribers at the following very low rates: One Copy, one year,... $2.00 Three Copies, one j-ear,. ............... ... ..... 5.00 Five Copies, one vear, 8.00 Ten Copies, (in Clubs) one year, 15.00 One Copy, six months, 1-00 One Copy, three months, 50 Z?"Tke Money, in all eases, to accompany subscriptions. 0"Any person pending ns a Club of 7V, with cash, at the rate of $1.50 each, shall have a copy gratis for one year. For a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 August 1850

n i STATE TrriMi SENTINEL mm WILLIAM J. BEOWN, Editor, INDIAN-APOLKT, AUGUST 1850. Population of the City.The Indiana Journal of Monday says: "On last Saturday Mr. Hand", U. S. Deputy Marshal, finished theermmeralion of the inhabitants of the City. He informs us that the number of persons in the corporate limits is 8,034, being an increase of 1,530 since 1st August, IS49, or a gain of a little over 23 1-2 per cent, in one year. This is a remarkably large increase, and greater than was anticipated by our citizens, although it was known that large additions had been, made to our population- During the same time the increase fn tile value of taxables was 300,485 about 13 per cent, or nearly 200 dollars for each person added to the population. What other place m this country can show as favorable statistics for the past year?" There are 30 lawyers, 25 practising physicians .t.,1 ki minier in' (Le citv about 800 natives of other countries, mostly Germans, Irish and Scotch, and 500 negroe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 August 1850

BY TELEGRAPH, From the Muliton Papera. Arrival of the Niagara. " Halifax, Aor. 14, P. M. The steamer Niagara, with three days later news from Europe, arrived at her wharf at 9 a. m. She sailed from Liverpool Saturday, the 3d inst., at 2 p. m. Spaiw. The Spanish Government is sending re-in-forcements to the amount of six thousand troops to Cuha. , . 1 . The appointment of a Viceroy of Cuba has been seconded by the Cabinet. The treaty of commerce between Spain and the Republic of Nicaragua was signed on the 25;h at Madrid. Austria. The state of seise at Vienna and Prague rn V. abolished on the 10th of August. There is a repetition of the report that a general amnesty will shortly be granted to all Hungarian prisoners now conCued. - Turret. The Ottoman Porte has notified the refugees of Shumma that such as are willing to emigrate to America will receive passports and a sum of about ten pounds each to aid thera in their joorney. Denmark TA Battle of Iniladt. The Danish report of this gr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 August 1850

1 BY TELEGRAPH. IFrom the Madison Papers. St. Louis, August 11, 8 P. M. . The-following is th vot for Congressmen in the Fonrth and Fifth districts, as far as heard from: Fourth district Woottsoa, whig, ly34; Phelps, BenMian,9S3. ... Tilth district Bowman, whijr, 7,764 ; Gardcribnre, Bentonian, 2,367; Hall, anti-Benton, 3,023. For the week ending orrthe I2th, the followir: is the Llcial return of interments: Total 227, cholera 20, children of five years and ander 94. Owinrr to the extraordinary heat of Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, sixteen deaths of tEe above largo number occurred- from the effect of sua stroke. A number of deaths is reported from suffocation, and sixteen to twenty from apoplexy. Of the reported cholera deaths, a majority occurred on-boats just from New Orleans.. The steamer Lthtfoor, from Council Bluffs, reports the cholera asr&rjinij to some extent on both sides of the river above Savannah. Much alarm exists along the whole jver above St. Josephr9.Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 August 1850

J 1 n iL ANA p ijljo D 1 ri Ji JJjj : WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. 3 TÄT Tl "F! "K Tl "V $ SEMI-WEEKLY, $1 OO AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. 5 WV " WEEKLY, 2 OO ArOL. X. : INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1850. NO. 13. 1 J 1. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, 7-Office in THE SENTINEL HUILDINC:SC3 North Side Washington, n:ar Meridian St. AUSTIN H. BROWN, PUBLISHER. THE SE.HI-ri:EIlLY EDITION Is published every Wednesday and Saturday and Daily during the session of the Legislature, at F0T73 DOLLARS A TEAS, Invariably in Advance. TIIK WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Thursday, and is furnished to subscribers at the following very low rates: One Cpy, one year, $2.00 Three Copies, one year, 5.00 Five Copies, one year...... 8.00 Ten Copies, (in Clubs) one year, 15.00 One Copy, six months, 1-00 One Copy, three months, 50 ZJTht Money, in all casts, to accompany subscription. O "Any person sending us a Club of 7Vn,with cash, at the rate of $1.50 each, shall have a copy gratis fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 August 1850

IT .1 11 STATE 1 SENTINEL Kiviir WILLIAM J, gR'OWy, Editor, INDIANAPOLIS, AUGUST 29, 1850. C7"The Goshen editor, speaking of the settlement of the slavery question in Congress, which he is violently opposed to, says of the editor of the State Sentinel : "When he Can set a Democratic Legislature, or a Democratic State Convention to endorse the Doughfaceisra of the present Congress, it will answer to talk about a new Democratic creed, and not before. It won't do MV. Brown, indeed it won't." Now, if this is not rich, then we are no judges of crazy abolitionists. He is a pretty bird to talk about a new Democratic creed. He says : "We have good authority for the stand we occupy on the Free Soil platfornr." Yea. vou have Pbod authority the authority of 1 j o - Seward, Giddings ahd Hale, whose doctrines yoa fully endorsed previous to our late efec lions, and which proved so disastrous to some Democrats in Elkhart. We will give the evidence r The whole vials of your abolition wrath, doubly ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 August 1850

Expenses of the GoreramenU Extract fron tjxech of Hon. G. W. John, of Tennetsee, in the House of Representative, Monday, August 16, 1SÖ0, in committee of the Whole on the tote of the Union, the Cieil and Diplomatic Appropriation Bill being under consideration. Mr. Jokes obtained the floor, and addressed the committee. He said: Mr. Chaieman: On a former occasion, when the first one of the general appropriation bills, proposed to le fassed for the year ending June 30, 1351, being the Miliary Academy bill, was under consideration, in a few remarks which I submitted on that occasion, I called the attention of the House to the enormous amount of monejr required by the Administration for the fiscal year comtnencin; July 1, 1350, and ending June 30, 1851, as shown by the estimates from the Secretary of the Treasury, and the bills actually reported by the Committee of Ways and Means, amount intr, in the aggregate, to over the sum of (51,000,000. This I did with a view, but certainly without...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 August 1850

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH From the .Madison Papers. Washiwctok, Ang. 19: i5ati. Mr. Soule, from thr committee of commerce reported the bill to establish colloctioa district ia California. . . Alter considerable rooming Business, the fugitive lave bill was taken up. Mr. Dayton- offered an amendment to Mr. Webster s bin. Mr. Cass gave notice that he should propose the amendment agreed upon by the committee of thirteen. Bill deferred till to-morrow. IIocsz The Civil and Diplomatic bill was taken op, anJ after havinj a confused time over the same, the House adjourned. Arrival of the Europa. Halifax, Tuesday morning, Aug. 20. The Europa has just arrived. She left Liverpool on Sltardiy, Aujj. 10, at 11 a. m. and reached here at 10 1-2 o'clock last night, and sailed fo liokton at 12 1-2 o'clock. The steamship Atlantic arrived at Liverpool" at raidright on Tuesday, the 6th inst. Her running tima from, duck, to dock was ten days and eight hours. There have been large arrivals of wheat from the S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 September 1850

I tann ,111, iiMiMgJJWMi-iwwiMweiaMapwgMM"M ITT H J 0 WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. 5 WEEK LIT. ' JSE3IMVEEKLV,. OVEEKLV,.. $1 00 2 OO VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1850. IsT0. 14, INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, ET-OOiee in THE SENTIXIIL BUILDINGSci Sörth Side Washington, mar 3Ieridian St. . AUSTIN H. BROWN, PUBLISHER. THE SE7IMVEEKLY . KDITIO Is published every Wednesday and Saturday and Daily dtzring th'3 session of the Legislature, at FOtTS DOLLARS A YEAS, Invariatlj in Advance. the .weekly i;dxtio. 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 (flubs) one year, 15.00 One Copy, six months, 1.00 One Copy, three months,..-. 50 Money, Li all eases, to accompany subscriptions. O'Anv person sending us a Club of 7V,with cash, at the rate of $1.53 each, shall have a copy gratis for on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 September 1850

111MA STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J M0T7H, EditorINDIANAPOLIS, SEPTE3IBKR 5, 1S40. PROSPECTUS O THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. rgHIS old established aewipaper was purchased-by the ondrrsigne ou Che lt of June lat, of G. A. & J. P. ehapniani (the nie proprietors.) Id largely increased circulation since then, and the almost universal comctendatioB of the press strengthen the belief that lis couTse meets the approval vt the Democratic party na the- people. The Editorial Department Is conducted by William J. Brow a and Nathaniel Bolton the Utter a Assistant and local Editor.la politic, it will be thoroughly md radically democratic, and will maintain the; principle of the great national democratic party, anraixed wlUI any new um or doctrines- whatever. Its mission will be to proclaim truth, and combat error, to preserve the Union of the State and the Union of the democratic party. It will endeavor to allay sectional prejudices, aud to cultivate that (-pint of amity, and justice, whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 September 1850

BY JLIGXTICTELEÜILIPII. From the Madison Papers. Washington, Anlest 29. Si.vate, Mr. Mason moved an amendment to the bounty land bill providing for the issue of Military land scrip which bnall be received in payment for public lands, no matter by whom presented, instead of leaving to the soldier the option of locating the land himself. The Senate then went into executive session. Horse. Morning session was occupied with a discission of the resolution to bring Richie to the bar of the House for contempt, in refusing to give another bundlecund letter. Mr. Fitch strenoiisly defended Richie gainst attack made by Mr. Evans of Maryland. Afiernoon House retimed consideration of the Texas boundary bill, when a number of amendments were proposed and debated till a late hour. The debate was interspersed with much confusion. House adjourned. Among the Senate confirmations this week, are Henry I Turner as Treasurer of St. Louis, Samson Mason, District Attorney of Ohio, and Mr. Sweetzcr Attorney...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 September 1850

BY 3LA !NETIC TELEGRAPH. From the Madison Papers. r t - Arrival of the America I Halifax, Tucstlar, Au?. 27, 5 p. in. The stearaship America has arrived with tUu-a tu the j 13:a inst. . Parliament has betn prorogued. Miss Cushmaa accompank's Jenny LinJ ta thi country. . "Tho Danish troubles are likely to be settled by the mediation of other pow ers. Liverpool, Aug1. 16. Provisions lef in retail demand at previous prices. Pork lino quality in more demand, ßacon ordinary d j-scriptions corarüand fall prices; fine qualities dull; shoulders, fcw arrivals, meet with sales; haras very dull. Lard small sales being made; market less firm. St. Lons, Aug. 26. For the yre?!f ending at 12 o'clock to-day, the interiripnt were 123 cholera 7, children under fivo years 7"J. Weather lino. WAfiuxCToy, Auq. 27, 8 p. m. SssaTE. After tho consideration oi the morning business, a bill to refund certain moneys to the State of Virginia, the Sonate, on motion of Mr. Hamlin, went into executive session, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 September 1850

i r 1 1 1 J J WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. " , ' V: TT T! TT T. V ; '5SE3II.WEEKLY, ..$4 OO .AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher.) . . - . r : . ' ' . ' - ' ' V " " C WEEKLY, 2 OO VOL. X. ; : J XDT AXAPOLTS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1850. v NO. 15. i . ' " ' ' " " '. i . - i.,. . ' 1 1 INDIANA STATE SENTINEL i A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, fc?-Office ia THE SENTINEL BUILIINGSca AorfA Side Washington, near Meridian St. ' 7 AUSTI N II. BROWN, Publisher. THE SraH-WIZEKLY EDITIOX s published evry Wednesday and Saturday and TriWcekly during the session of tbe Legislature, at . FOTJB DOLLASS A YEAE, InTarlally in Advaace. THE WEEKLY EDITION is published every Thursday, a.nd ia 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, ." 10.00 One Copy, six months,. '. .. .1.00 One Copy, three months,.... .... 50 ZyTlx Money, ia all eases, to accompany subscriptions. lO'Any person ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 September 1850

INDIANA STATE SEXTO. WILLIAM J, BROWN,. Editor, INDIANAPOLIS, SEPTEMBER 12; 1850 Newspaper. Every man should take a newspaper. If he is a bachelor it will serve to cheer him in the hours of loneliness. It will, to some extent, smooth the nigged path of life in which he has chosen to walk. It will teach him to mend his ways, and to mend his clothes. It will point him to the Hymeneal altar, and learn him to worship at that holy shrine. If he reads the newspapers, and follows their precepts, whether married or single, he will be a happy man: Provided, always, that he pays the printer; for, unless he docr he is a conscience-stricken sinner, living without hope in this world, or that which is to come. But above all, if he is a married man, he should have a newspaper. It will endear him to his home and his fireside. It will give him the news from all nations, without his seeking for it at the hotel or the grog-shop. If he has children, it will be to them like the shower to the drooping an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 September 1850

Mr. Brooks and the Wilmot. We publish to-day the admirable ami independent peech of Mr. Bhooks, of New York, on the "Vil-. tiiot." Mr. B. is a Whig Member of Congress from the City, and editor of the New York Express, a leading and influential whig journal. Daniel Web-' stcrbas killed the Proviso. He may exclaim, as on a former occasion he did, in relation to a National Bant, "It is an obsolete idea." Every Tote in the House clearly demonstrates that the Proviso, like the Id maids waist, Vis growing small by degires and beautifully less." - Soon the Free Soilers themselves will repudiate it, and poor Wilmot will be made the scape goat to carry ofF the sins of others into the wilderness. Every whij now looking to Fillmore or his cabinet for favor, repudiates the humbug. But Old Black Dan first broke the ice. He threw the stone thas hit Billy Patterson. The democratic members who by resolutions and pledges are bound to tote for the abstraction will do so; but we trust our friends in f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 September 1850

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH From the Aladisoa Papers. - ' Washington, September 2. Sexate. Tlie Senate continued several appointments of Land officers and Receivers of public moneys in Illinois. . Alter the mornincr business, Mr. Downs addressed tbe Senate in favor of a bill introduced by Lira for the purpose of carrying into eifeet a measure of protection for New Orleini and other places to prevent their being overflowed. ' The Bounty Land Bill was then taken op and after some amendments, was laid over till to-morrow. . House. .Mr Bail? on Friday and Saturday made prreat efibrts to have the Indian appropriation bill taken up, when Mr. Sweetzer of Ohio objected. Mr. Baily on each occasion uttered language to Mr. Sweetzer, which was considered insulting. The words were expressed in an under tone, with & significant shake of the finger. On Saturday Mr. Sweetzer picked up an inkstand, but was prevented from throwing it at Baily by some of his friends. These doings were not seen a...

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