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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 September 1850

r ii H g H TjV" - WEE KLY. : ; - V;::;-; y :'; ' a? VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1850. NO. 16. t. i . INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, E7-Oflice in THE SENTINEL HUlLDINSca iVarA Side Washington near Meridian St. AUSTI X II. BRQjVN, PubMcr. THE SEJir-WJCEKtY EDITION Is published every Wednesday and Saturday and Tri VV'eekly during the session of the Legislature, at FOTJE DOLLAES A YEAE, Invariably in Advance. THE "WEEIiEY EDITION 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, ....10.00 One Copy, six months, 1.00 One Copy, three months,. 50 C7 The Money, in all cafes, to accompany subscriptions. 0Any person sending us a Club of Ten, with cash, at the rate of $1.00 each, shall have a copy gratis for one year. For a rreatcr number than ten, the gratuity will be increased in proportion. E7A1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 September 1850

ivni i STATE SENTINEL ÜiUll WILLIAM J.-BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS, SEPTE31DCR 10. 950i To Correspondents. P. B , Sauit Oner, Is. The money received psys for only ix months. If 5 additions! names we aent, witb Ilia same amount of money, the ten nbscribers will be entitled 10 the Weekly on year, at Club prices. JL G , Morgmufown, la. If you ea procure six uamea, you may end theia at the term preief. Washington Street, Indianapolis. This, the principal business street, in Indianapolis, is undergoing quite m change for the better, in the way of improvement. In the Eastern part of the city the crossing of the Eellefontaine Railroad, now completed almost to Fendletotv, has formed a new era in that quarter. Added to this the completion of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum, but a short distance out of town, makes every thing look well for the future. Coming West, we next find that Mr. Little has, this season, made a fine addition to Lis Hotel of a large brick building three stories high. The baseme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 September 1850

ltf JLIGXETIC TELEGRAPH. From the Madison Papers. Washington, Sept. 1J, $ p, m. Senate. Son after reading of the journal, the action of th House of Representatives in relation to the death of Dr. Net was announced. The usual resolutions of condolence were adopted, and the Senate adjourned. Hoest. Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, announced the death of Dr. Nes, of that State, late a member of the House, wha expired at hU residence in York on the 10th instant. New Orleans, Sept. 11. Galveston date to the 7th instant containing the proceedings of the Legislature, have been received. A bill has been engrossed in the House for organizing the county of Santa Fe. It provides for the imposition of special taxes; authorizes the Governor to anticipate collection, and to contract for supplies and means of transportation; defines treason; authorizes the appointment of a marshal and deputies, with power to arrest for treason ; and provides for impartial trials, Stc. A letter from Austin says, that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 September 1850

Speech of 3Ir. Fitch, of Indiana. In the IIjum of Eeorcscntatim of Conjre$t Thunday, AujuU 2i), Tho resolwt'on of Mr. Stanly, directing the Speaker to Usue a writ to the Scr jcant'-at-Arins to Lrin to tlie Lar of the House Thomas" Hitchio an.l Charlc-a P. i'n;stack, for refusing to tcstifr before the Select Committee, upoa the conduct of ollIccIioMcr u.iJc-r the late Ad-lni.-iistra'ion, taina under considerationMr. TiTCHsaid: It raay n-n be improper for me to cnraiuenue by apologizing to the Ilou-ie l'ir consuming anv portion of it time, at this late day of the esiuri, wtili nviny important matters yet a waiting its action, in JL-iissiir a matter of so little practical utility as any report from. Üie "liiimlelcuiui" eomruittce. If, however, the morning hour is not constmiod by me in this discussion, it will bo lv some other meiuber ia one equally unprofitable, or iu'recvmng reports from other select committees upon matters equally uninteresting to the country, ar.d equally destitute...

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

Mi1 iL 1 U.L, ü iL. J o MD STATE SEMME pi i SfJ : .WEEKLY: . 1:::::::::::::.? VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, TIIUßSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1850. NO. 17 r 6 INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, E7"Office in THE SLINTINfcl. UUILUINCSJ North Sidi IFtiahington, mar M:ridian St. AUSTLn7BR0VN, Publisher. THE SEJIC-'fVJUtKLY EDITION I published every Wednesday and Saturday und Triweekly durin; the session of the Legislature, at FÜÜB S0LLAS3 A TEAS, LiYariatly La Advance. Is published every Thursday, and is furnished to subscribers at the following very low rates: One Copy, one year $2.0O Three Copies, one year, 5.00 Five Conies, one vear. R.UO Ten Copies, (io Clubs) one year, 10. OO One Copy, six luontus, 1 .00 Oao Copy, three months, 50 C7" The Money, in rn.ll eaget, to accompany uUicriptions. O'Any person sending us a Club of 7V,with cash, at tue rate of $1.00 each, sh.dl Lave a copy gratis lor one year. For a greater number than ten, the gratuity will be increased in proportion. All Post Mas...

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

IÖIX STATE finATT!TVri WILLIAM J. BRCffX, ' Editor. IV'I.WVIJT,m, CCTOUEK 3. 1350. CTTLij Xo. of our Weekly houIJ be IS, instead er 17, aj p.i ltjJ on the outside. To my Constituent. tin :c nv nams haj beco connected with ths Sentinel, i i editor, several of the Whig papers, which ha V3 fallen ua ler my eye, lave alia led to me in disrespectful tennj h relation to my connection wi.h the Speakership of ths preient Congress. As it is a matter in no way connected with my short editorial career a matter personal to myielf, I shall aniwer th.'je bae chargej of dishonorable conduct, over ni7 ovn iijniture, anl whatever may be said in future, I shall pan uino'.iced. I am ready to say as th.3 Prophet cf L'z saü to L'u comforters, "Suffer me that I rr.ay speak, anl after that I have spoken, movk on." Th? life of man h lull of error. I elti ii no exemption from the common lot of all, but my conicicr.ee tell j me that my errors have been ach M!wed Infirmities tht b&nestr I lit vir ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 October 1850

sl BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. From the Madisoa Papers. St. Loci, Sept. 2 8 p. m. Mr. Papin reached this city yesterday from Santa Fe, having leu on the 16tn u't. Ife confirms all th-j previous accounts concerning the deprcdali DS of the Indians and ihe iudlick'noy oi' the troops in chafing thcni. Cul. Morrioo, liy Iiis late activity, has mmle himself ti;e thenar of envi&o'le encomium, and, with the aJdnional force now on the way to New Mexico, it is thought he will render efficient service. Mr. Papin met Connelly's train at Cedar Springs. The day previous the Apaches had stolen from the train eirjuty-two head of mules. Tiie descent was so sudden, ami dexterously was the stolen property separated from ilio other animals, that not a word was exchanged nor a tin fired betweon the Indians and the herdstnpn before they were under full gallop to the mountains with the drores Wl'ore them. Col. Sumner was met encamped almut fonr miles from Fort Marin. He was with several companies a...

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

Jjanj Lind, rr rasEtanA iizmfx. Th5-n va once a poor an J plaii litll? p;H lwellh r.i a I'.f.h rco.n, i 1 o.k.ol.n, ;h j capiat o! Swelt. b!.e va. a i:xrg;i-l in beJ then; she va lonely ai I n '.cl;.: el ail 'voul I Lave been very irilwppy, j iv? I of .he Iii tare o net eja y to a chil I. if i. ha J 10t heeii fo- a pecul.a.- gi L Tue liv.l? gul ha I a ii : voice, a:il i 1 hr lj-i tinjj, i:i tioub'e or i or o v, i com J 1 1 h.-fieir by sinfn. - la la.t, s.n j 11 to all sh - ili I; at her work, at her play, ru i li ix rej i ig; "he al vayj ii :vj nan, w.io ha I h:r "in care, went out to work 1 l n; hi .Uv, at. I u n I to bck il th? lit h fji I, !ia I :io'hnj lo enliven her solitu I but the t orni a iv" o a cat. fli- li.tle "fill playe.l wilb her cat. 1 1 Mil,'. Unce -he at by the open win low an 1 s rokeJ her cat ail iang'when a laly paeJ by. tue mrl the v;L-e, aj I lor.krl up anl saw tha little si .ir. Sh3 ajke I the hil I .several quejttoni, went a vjv nl if bakacv-ral .layj liter, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 October 1850

Ii 1 J J WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. AL'STIX II. BUOWN, Publisher. WEEKLY. SEMI-WCEKLY,.... I WEEKLY...... .$4 OO . 2 OO YOL. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1850. NO. 19. V Ii 'I V r J 1 .. "yi i INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, C-Office in THE SENTINEL BtJILDIXGS2 . 2Torth SiJt Washington, mar Jfsridian St. ÄUSTI N U, BROWN, Publisher. THE SEJII'WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Wednesday and Sa tar J ay and TriWeekly during the session of the Legislature, at TOUIt DOLT. A US A YEAS, Invariably in Advance. THE WEEKLY EU-ITIO Is published every Thursday, and is furnished to sub scribers at the following very low rates: One Copy, one year,.... $2.00 Three Copies, one year,.... 5.00 Five Copies, one year,. 8.00 Tea Copies, (in Clubs) one year, 10.00 One Copy, six months, 1.00 One Copy, three months,.... 50 ZyThe Money, in all eases, to accompany subscriptions. O Any person sending us a Club of 7V,with cash, at the rate of $1.00 each, shall have a copy gratis for one...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 October 1850

IM STATE SEMEL WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. Indianapolis, ocronnn 10, isso. President of the Contention. Tbe Convention has been very fortunate in the election of Hon. Georgo W. Can to preside over its dellberaüör.3. Mr. Carr is a gentleman of great personal Wörth, "and much experience as ä presiding öGcer. With'the exception of six blanks, Le received the entire" vote of the members present. This is the highest compliment ever paid to a citizen of Indiana in -a-dciiberative bod jr. His conduct will prove that the confidence of the Convention has not been misplaced. ; Secretary of the Convention, William II. Exclish Esq., of Scott county, has been elected Principal Secretary of tbe Convention by'a majority of ten votes over Solon Turman, Esq. There were a number of candidates, all gentlemen cf high character. Mr. English has had much experience as a clerk, having served with much ability as Principal Clerk of the House of Representatives of this State, and for four years held an import...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 October 1850

COixWrUTiON.COriVEKTIOIf. ,.iroTxo rca nse imdiajia statr ssntixel. " iMokday, October 7, 1S50. Tht Convention having Laen called to order bj the tloa. CnAGLKS IIvTkst, Secretary of State j who was ta Attaal ince in obedieacs to tho act " to provide for the "ilf a convention of the peopla of the State of Indiana to revisa, amend or aller tho Constitution of said State;" the following named Dileoates appeared, produced their credential, and being duly sworn by the lion. Isaac Blackford, CLief Judge of the Supreme Court of Indiana, as required by Law, took their seats, to wit: ' From the district cf Allen, Adams and Wells James V. Borden. B arthol omcie and Jennings Hiram Prather. Benton, Jasper, Pulaski and White Jonathan liarbolt. Blackford, Jay aid Randolph Nathan B. Hawkins. Blackford and Jay Dixon Million. Carroll and Clinton Hiram Alien. Cat, Howard and Pulaski Horace P. Biddle. Ca ssand Howard Ceorge A. Gordon, Clinton and Tipton Cornelius J. Miller, and Stephen Sims. DeKalb, N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 October 1850

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH ' .Prora tls MaUcn Paper. J . PtTTssamo, S?pt. 3J. The mails yesterday brought le f .llowin new of t'le Ni .31 -a, w-.itoh arrive I t iVavr York Taars J nr night. T.is il ties are from L aJ n ti3 I3i.ii and from Live pool til3 14iti,b-is tlirgitliys liter taan tlia Pacific. A very rem'rk.tMd djcuni.'nt has l?en put forth ly tl A ist rein Ü vernrna it, lisiu? circumstantial record Ol" all persons who vrjro put todeatd by the Hutiirariana, cither W sentence of their courts martial or other tril.aals. Tue motives fr putriii; f rth these lists at the present tima are evij nt. Tbo Hungarian party assort that they were chicfl assavias who were thus put to Jeath LIVERPOOL, Sept. 13. The tl?mand fr beef 5s iimiwh.it revived at prions in ftvor of buyers; bacon is freely taken at toK'rablv steady rates; the stock is becoming low. Shoulder continue to bvin:r extreme rates, with scarcely any fine qualities l3!t to ba had at law prices. Haras lleiin to move. Lird mt so acti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 October 1850

"FV "WILLIAM J. BRGWX, Editor. .1 WEEKLY. SE3I I -WEEKLY, U OO I WEEKLY, 2 00 AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1850. NO. 20. ' TllTlTlm T "FT V TT ft "F T A Ii i CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. KtrjRTED FOR THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Tcesday, October 8, 1350. Mr. Edmund D. Taylor, a Delegate from Laporte, this morning appeared, produced hi3 credentials, and was sworn into ollice by the Hon. Isaac Blackford, and took Lis seat. Mr. Borden offered a resolution, providing that Robert M. Evans, Herman G. Barkwell and George L. Sites be and they are hereby appointed Assistant Secretaries. Mr. Robinson of Decatur, moved to amend, so that there shall be but one Assistant Secretary, and that the Convention now proceed to the election of that officer. Mr. Borden gave a detailed statement of the duties of the Secretaries, such, for instance, as under the act of the Legislature, the making of a record of all the proceeding?, to be deposited in the office of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 October 1850

Mr. Read of Clark favored the amendment. Mr. Shoup moTed to amend the amendment, no that 11 the local piper in the State shall be paid for printing tae proccedingsThe discussion-wfcs continued by Messrs. Morrison o IVlarion, and Hovev ; when .Mr. Borden said, there was another question tha should first be settled viz: whether this Convention wil continue tbe stenographer. 11 continued, tuen lie tor taking the papers if not continued, then be v as azainst taking them. In order that tin matter roiuht be properly decided, he moved an adjournment; vhith motion did not prevail; when On motion of Mr. Kelso, the resolution was laid upon the table. Mr. Morrison of Murion, from the commute t whom the subject of procuring another rtxnn lor ihe Convention was referred, reported that U.e mmuo Hall can be procured for twelve dollar per dar Without acarpet.and fifteen dollar a dsy v iU ciriwt. Ti.t the Baptist Churvh can U- procure I for rieht dolhr por daywitnouta caritct. The eoimudtoe inu.lo n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 October 1850

BY jIAGXETICTLEGRAPII. Congressmen Elected iu Pennsylvania. Phildelphia, Oct. 10 First District T. B. Florences majority over Levin : Native, 900. SeconJ District Joseph R. ChanJIer, "Whig, re-elected by 2,300 majority. Tüird District flc-nry D. -Moore, Whig, probably elected. Fourth District John Robins re-elected. Fifth District John Mc-Vair. Democrat, elected over John FreeJly, Whi?. Sixth District Thomas Ross, Democrat, reported elected by a small majority. Seventh District Jesse C. Dickey, Whig, reported re-elected. Eighth District Thaddeus Stevens, Whig ; re-elected. Ninth District J. Glancy Jones, Democrat, elected by 300 majority over Keim, Democrat. Tenth District M. N. Dimick, Democrat, elected. Twelfth District Grow, Democrat, elected. Fourteenth District Thomas L. Bibilhans, Whig, elected. Fifteenth District Wm. II. Kurtz, Democrat, elected, and L. B. Danner, Democrat, for the remainder of tho present Congress. Sixteenth District James X. McLanahan, Democrat, re-elected ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 October 1850

f INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, INDIANAPOLIS, OCTOBER 10, 1850. Convention Printing. Tliis whole subject las been referred to a select committee, under tLe resolution of 'Mr. Milroy. This in our estimation is proper. The committee will report upon the rights and duties of the State Printer. It will bring' the whole matter before the Convention, and with their decision we shall be content. The Auditor lias laid upon the tables of the members a communication to show them that he is entitled lo the printing. Now we have no communications to make on that subject. The whole question is before them. We believe they will do right without the instruction of interested persons. At least we are willing to trust them. If the Auditor ii entitled to this additional patronage, let him have it; if not, then the publisher of this paper is a candidate. Pendleton Celebration. O.i Tuesday last the celebration of the opening of the first general section, from this city to Pendleton, of the Indianapolis and B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 October 1850

n vi j WILLI AM J. BROWN, Editor. AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. 5 WBBKLY. SE2II-WCEKLY, ..(too WEEKLY,. OO VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THUEftDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1850. NO. 21. r QfT A Tiff '?, I! I. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: .A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, E7-Office in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS Xorth Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS ttAT.t., AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. THE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Wednesday and Saturday and Tri-Weekly during Ihe Session of the Legislature, at FOUR DOLLABS A TEAS, Invariably La Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION ts published erery Thursday, aud is furnished to subscribers at the following very lour rates: On Copy, one year, 8'J OO Three Copies, stie year, 5 00 Five Copi, one year, 8 CO Ten Copies, (in Clubs) otie year, 10 00 Ctae Copy, :x momlia, 1 OO One Copy, three mouths, 50 The Honey, in all eases, to accompany intscriptions. 5Any person sending us a Club of Tern, with eah. at the rate of $1.00 each, sliall have a copy gratis for one ea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 October 1850

Mr. Mather presented a communication from Ellis & Spann, ia rchuica to aa alleged false report inserted in tue columns of tho State Seniincl on the subject of the de'ay in printing the State Constitution, ordered on tbe third day of the session, in which strong personal remarks were mad 3 ag-iinst the reporter of the State Senti.icl ; which was ordered to be laid upon the table. Ths reporter of the Sentinel, injustice to himtelf, would state the facts in relation to this printing. He stated, in his report, that this printing was ordered cn ihn first day of tLe session. He so understood the Secretary. This, however, is an immaterial isiue, whether it was ordered on the first or third day. It appears, cn examination, that the printing was ordered on the t hir J day. Several days after this order, and after sufficient time had elapsed to have this printing executed two or three times over, another order was made to have the rules printed for the use o!" the Convention. This...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 October 1850

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. From the .M.idion Papers.) Arrivnl of the Crecent City. New York, Oct. 13, 8 P. M. The steamer Crescent City, from Chagres, arrived at 24 o'clock to-day, with fourteen days' later news from California, bringing dates from San Francisco to the 16th ult. The steamer Philadelphia arrived at Chao-res on the 7th. She brines three hundred and forty-two passengers and one million of dollars in gold dust in the band of passengers, and twenty-two thousand dollars in freight. No cases of cholera had occurred within the last two weeks at Chasres. Craces and Panama are healthy. The Isthmus roads Cruces for the past two weeks have been in the most excellent condition, and trarellers have been enabled to pass over them with the trreatest facility. .The Gorgona road is also represented to be in fine order. The steamship Tennesseo arrived at Panama on the 4th inst., with one million of dollars in gold dust as freight and two hundred nnd riftv passengers. The United States mal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 October 1850

r INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. INDIANAPOLIS, OCTOBER 17, 1830. Glorious Triumph in Pennsylvania. ji Democratic Canal Commissioner , and the Democratic Stats Oßars by at hast ten thousand majority! Democratic Legislature, which secures a Democratic United States Senator! Hurrah for Pennsylvania! Xinz ch:en for tht glorious Old Kiyslom! Tba following is the- result of tho Congressional election; First District Thomas B. Florence, dem. gain. Second District Jo:-eph R. Chandler, whig. TtiirJ District Henry D. Moore, whig. Fourth District John Robhina, Jr., dim. Fifth District J.hn M'Niir, dem. gain. Sixth District Thomas Ross, dem. . Seventh District Jesse C. Dickey, whig. Eighth District Thaddeus Steven, whig. Ninth District J. Giancy Jones, dem. Tenth District Milo M.Dimmiok, dem. Eleventh District H. B. Wright, dem. gain. Twelfth District Galusha A. Grow, dem. ' Thirteenth District James Gamble, dem. gain. Fourteenth District T. M. Behighans, whig. Fifteenth District Win. II. Kurtz, dem. ...

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