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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 December 1850

ßY MAGxETICTLEGBiVPlI. Front the Msdison Paper. , LocisriLLE, Dec. 14. The steamboat Melodeoo, bounj from New Orleans to Nashville, was sank three miles ttltove Plsqueraine by comin" in collision with the Geo. W. Kendall. Boat a total loss part of the caro may lie saved. The Kendall received but little injury, and proceeded on her Eassae. Two persons from the Melodeon ar said to are been drowned. Washington, Dec. 16, 8 P. M. Senate. Messrs. Clay, Douglass and Atchison appeared and took their seats. The Chair laid before the Senate a statement from the Treasurer of the Post-Office receipts, expenditures, fee. Mr. Benton introduced and explained his bill for a road and highway from St. Louis to San Francisco. The railway to be sixteen hundred miles lonjr. The whole grant of land to be about one hundred and fifty millions of acres. House. -The New York branch mint was made the order of tne day for the second Tuesday in January. The Speaker laid before the House a message from the Presi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 December 1850

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, INDIANAPOLIS, DECEMBER 21, 1850. Palmer Iloase This Hotel has changed hands, Mr. Palmer having leased it to Mr. Tuttle, late of tha City Hotel, and Gen. W. J. Elliott, lata of the Waver ly House, Cincinnati. They are aow making extensive repairs, ami by the meeting of th Legislature, it will be fitted up in as good style as any Hotel ia the West. From the reputation of the new Proprietors, we are led to believe the traveling public, ana visitors to oar city, will find the Palmer House a fine place to "tabernacle." Our city can now boast of as good Hotels as can be found in any Western .... i : r V. Ml.-inv T.oilTr ta the eonCliy, me cpiuivu Ul ua nvw -j ----- trarj notwithstanding. lion. James Rariden. Tbe edttor of the Indiana Journal has entered iut a labored defence of the whig candidates for Congress, in expectancy, who refused to vote for Mr. Owen's com1thonrh. in the same article, of iriUUUW tu--..... , , O ' - t 1. , : ... .i.,i.f n ; two columns in le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 January 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. ) AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher. S WEEKLY. (SEMI-WEEKLY. $4 00 I WEEKLY, 00 VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1851. NO. 31. lie INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, CTOffice in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS. North Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HAIX, AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher. THE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Wednesday mid .Saturday and Tn-Weekly dur- 1 msr the Session of tlie legislature, at $OUB DOLLARS A YEAR, Invariably in Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Thursday, ami is luriii'hed to subscribers at the . following very low rales: ' Tne Copy, one year 00 ': Three Copies, oue year, 5 00 , Five Copies, one year 8 00 Ten Cop.... (in Clubs) one year, 10 00 j One Copy, six mouths,. 1 tw One Copy, three moutli 50 The Money, in all cases, to accompany subscriptions. KrAny person sendm us a Club of Ttn, with cash, at the rate of $1.00 each, shall have a copy fratit for o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 January 1851

IV Mil VI CT I Ol? TrPITl?T II" O 1 A 1 i OCiil 1 UllJlJi ' WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. !IJ AN APOI.IS, KCKMBER 31, MSO. Extra Paper Ca be had at onr counting-room, done op in wrappers w otherwise. Persans desiring a number of extras can better seeur tbem by leaving their orders the day before issue. IT We v rounost-d to say, that the Governor's ! House will not be open for tho reception of his fellowcitiaen. this evening, on account of tho Firemens' Fair at the Masonic Hall . The Govornor's House will be open on next Tuesday evening, the 7th of January, and every Tuesday evening, ! during the session of the Legislature and Convention. The Convention. We have to omit the full proceedings of the 0-vcntion of yesterday in this number. The section fixing the second Tuesday of October as the day for holding tho general elections passed by a large majority. The arti-de in relation to the militia was taken up and after disco, sion rc-cotauiittcd to the military committee for amend. n -nt. G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 January 1851

INDIANA LEGISLATURE, SENAT. Movday, Dec. 30, 1850. The Hon. Jamxs II. Lane, President of the Senate, took the chair and directed a call of the Senators whose offices bad not become vacated since the last session ; whereupon the following Senator appeared and took their seats: Bartholome . trC. Wm. Herod. Benton, ifc. Wm. G. Montgomery. Blackford, Jay. Sre. J. Brugh. Boone, ijrc. II illiam Garver. Brown, !tc. T. M. Adam. Carroll, ire. Thomas Kinn ml Cast, Howard, tsc. George B. Walker. Clay, Sullivan, ttc. J. M. Hanna. Dearborn. J. P. Millikin. De Kalb, Steuben, tfC R. J. Dawson. Delaware and Grant. J.S. Buckles. Floyd. J. B. Winstandlcy. Fulton. Marshall, Ire. Norman Edtly. Hendricks. J. S. Harvey. Henry. Georsje Evans. Huntington. ttc. Henry Dav. Jackson and Scott. E. G. English. Johnson. Franklin Hardin. Knox. A. T. El!i. Lake. Porter, trc. A. Teeardcn. Marion. Nicholas MeCarty. yf ; J z ht i J.tvph Allen. Ohio, Sec. John Wood. Perry, $C.C. C. Graham. Tippetanoe. J. W. Odell. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 January 1851

Constitutional Convention. Conclusion of Proceedings of Monday. Monday, Dec. 23, 1850. Tbe section providing that in ail elections not otherwise provided for, every white male citizens of the United States of the age of 21 years and upwards, and who has resided in the Stale six months immediately preceding such election ; and every while male, of foreign birth, of 21 years and upwards, having resided in the (Jnited Stales one year, and having declared his intension to become a citizen of the United State, conformably to the laws of ihe United States on the subject of naturalization, and having resided in this State six months immediately preceding such election, .shall be entitled to vote in the township where he resides, except such as skull be enlisted in the army of the United States or their allies. Mr. Read of Clark moved to insert after the word tjwnship, the words "or precincts;" which was adopted. Mr. Clark of Hamilton moved to strike out the sectiou and insert a substitute,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 January 1851

a THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. WEEKLY. SEMI-WEEKLY, $4 OO ( W EEKLY, 2 00 VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1851. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, D-Office in TI1E SENTINEL BUILDINGS North Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL, AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher. THE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Wednesday and Saturday ami Tri-Weekly during the fsessioii 01' the Legislature, at FOTJB DOLLARS A YEAE, Invariably in Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Thursday, and is luruihe.l tu subscribers at the following very low rales: One Copy, one year, t'2 00 Three Copies. ,H year, r'ive Copies, one year, Ten Coe!, (in Clubs) oue year, , Oue Copy, six months. 5 10 110 1 1 no 50 j lie Copy, three montlw The Money, in all ca?es, to accompany subscriptions Any person sendiu us a Club of T'H, with cash. 1 of SI .00 each, shall have a copy gratis for one year. For a greater nwniSer th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 January 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS, JANUARY 7. ?3t. Kxtra Papers C'.n be had at our counting-room done up .a wrappers ft otherwise. Persons desiring a cumber of extras can better secure hem by leaving their orders the day before issue. Dr. Simpson and the Fugitive Slave Law. Dr. Simuson does us the favor to public hour review of his article, entire, in his Advocate of the 20tu Nov.; - l -,1 u.;u- ro-nmn. which he follows up with tionS The Advocate reached Sustaining his former position the editor on the eve of bis departure for Washington, to resMM :n-d'itiee as a member ol L ongress, which pieply. The Dr.'s first position we copy j e "There is no controversy between ! . . ( vented an earlier re in hi nirn lanrriiaci. us as to the propriety or impropriety of the fugitive ! clause in the Constitution. This we have not discussed. Second: nor have we argued, nor do we design to argue the constitutionality r unconstitutionality of the law. This we leave for j...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 January 1851

to was Hun. Nath'l Albertson. It was made solely to relieve Mr. Alberlaon from unjust ml improper niputaHons. I The conversation which took place in my room early last week, to which particular reference is made in Mr. Owen's letter No. 2, will need some explanation. My 1 remark, ''Mr. Owen I know you would scora to offer a bribe to any man," was made immediately after Mr. Owen had stated that the um of tivc thousand dollars had been offered to some individual to support Mr. Bright for the U- S. Senate and indignantly repelled. Our mutual friend Dr. Lewis's recollection is distinct as to those points, but he does not recollect to have heard the name of any individual mentioned as making it. I state unhesitatingly that the name of a distinguished Democrat was distinctly named by Mr. Owen, as the person making the oder. As to the exact words u . J by me as to tUo advantages to accrue, ray recollection slightly differs from some ol the individuals nrrsent. as would likelv prove the cas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 January 1851

now offered were passed at the opening of every session, vet they were, in nearly every instance, disregared beIbre tho close. He read from the Journal of last winter a resolution giving $3 a day to Assistant Clerks, but at the close of Uta session a clause was inserted in the specific appropriation bill giving them $4 a day. The reason for this was that members had learnd . by experience and Observation, before the session closed, that these Clerk had been industrious and had wall earned their pay. The compensation of Clerks was under the control of the House, and they should regulate it. Tho resolution was amended, as proposed by Mr Usher, and adopted. Ou motion the House adjourned. AfTEBlfOON SESSIOK. House met. Mr. Ross offered a resolution inviting tho Senate into the Hall, instanter, for the purpose of hearing the reading of the Governor's Message. The Senate came in, and the Governor proceeded to deliver his message. after the leading of the message, the Senate retired ; when...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 January 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher. WEEKLY. $ SEMI-WEEKLY, $4 OO I WEEKLY, s OO VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1851. NO. 33. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, C7-OIce in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS North Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL, AUSTIN H. BROffN, Pnblisher. THE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION I published every Wednesday ami Saturday mad Tn-Wrekly darin; the Session of the Legislature, at FOUR DOLLAES A YEAS, Invariably in Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION Is published ovcry Thursday, and is furnished to subscriber at the following very low rate: One Copy, one year 00 Three Copies, one year 5 00 First Copies, one year, 8 Ob Ten Copies, (in Cluba) one year, 10 00 One Copy, six months 1 00 Due Copy, three months 30 The Money, in all cases, to accompany subscriptions. jy Any person sending us a Club of Ten, with cash, at the rate ot 8100 each, shall have a copy gratis for one year. For a greater num...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 January 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM j. BROWN, Editor INDIANAPOLIS, J AN L' AR 14, 1851. Fxtra Paper Can be had at our counting-room done op in wrapper. ar otherwise. Persons desiring a number of extras can better secure them by leaving their orders the day before issue Flection of I . s. Senator. The election for Uuited State- Senator which took place on Saturday last, terminated in the choice of the Hon. Jesse 0. Bbioht, who was nominated by a ful Convention of the Democratic members of the Indiana Legislature on the previous evening. The wh.de proceed tags, in reference to the nomination and re-election o Mr. Bright, were well calculated to produce harmonious action in the Democratic party. In the nominating Convention the choice was made by a n're voce vote Ninety-four votes were cast, of which number Mr Bright received fifty-six on the first trial. His principit competitors were Messrs. Owen and Pettit. la accordance with the promise made to the patrons ol the Seutmcl, the moment th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 January 1851

CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. EtroBTiD ro Tan tat stTnxax bv aLro.v. Frit-ay. January !0. 151 The Convention was opened by prayer by bc Rev. Mr. Cooper. , Tba) subject of capital punishment beiug made the special order for this day was postponed until Wednesday next. Air Räuden resumed his remarks in favor of a State Bank. After general remarks iu reference to the question of banking, he said, the men who own the Wabash and Erie canal running from one extreme U the other of Indiana own oar bonds. They have the transportation if the produce of the immense valley of the W abash and other portions of the Stare. These men now wish to drive ont the pap r ui the State Bank and substitute a system founded on our State indebtedness, thus making them not only our creditors, the transporters of our prodace, but the owners and controllers of our banking institutions What would be the condition of the great farming interest, along the beautiful valley of the Wabash, under these circumstances? You ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 January 1851

Mr. Foley tken moved that tb 8 1. end men t offered b Mr. Shoetp and the amendment of Mr Borden be laid upon che table. Mr. Cookeriey ceiled Sar a division or the question; when the question wm first taken oo taring Mr. Borden's amendment upon the taWe, and decided in the affirmative, ayes 93, aoe 29. ' The question was then taken on laying Mr. Shoup amendment npon the table, and decided in the affirmativ, aye 107, noes 18. Mr. Petfit said, that he was in favor of the first aeolion as reported by the Bank committee, and tuongbi the fijrht should be made wo that section. He had amendments to perfect the other sections, and now rose to give notice that he would move the previous question on the first section on to-morrow morning. He then moved an adjournment ; which motion did not prevail. Mr. Owen then moved to strike out the first section and insert the following: "The General Assembly aot to have power to establish an v Bank, except on the following conditions: The State not to be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 January 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. WEEKLY. is SEMI-WEEKLY, $4 OO Al'STI H. BROWN, Publisher EEKLY, 2 00 VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1851. NO. 34. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, I70fice iu THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS Xorth Side Washington, ntar Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL, A 0611 N H. BROWN, Publisher. THE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION U published every W.-dne-iday aiwl SaiunUy and Th-Weekly during the Session of lUe Lej islaturr, at FOU& DOLLARS A TEAS, Invariably in Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION Ii paWUhed every Thursday, and is furnished to subscriber ai the Mowing very low rate: On Copy, one yar, H "0 1 are Copies, one. year, 4 Ou Pve Copies, on year, 8 00 Ten Copies, (in Clubs) one year, 10 00 (ae Copy, six mon Iks, 1 00 One Copy, fire mouth. 50 The Money, in all cases, to accompany subscriptions. XAuy person wmliug us a Club of Ten, with cash, at the rale of 1.00 each, shall have a copy gratis tor one year. For a grea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 January 1851

prevented him from fitting himself fur the duties of that otfiee. The court is of opinion that at (be time Colonel Bowles gave the order 'retreat he was under the impression that the artillery had retreated, when in fael the hattery at the time had gone to an advanced station, under the orders of General Lane, which rwders had not been communicated to Colonel Bowles. I suppose, Mr. President, that that disastrous event waa to be attributable to this fact. These men. as the testimony shows, were doing their duty. They had not hi nc bed at any point, but they mistook the movement of the battery which tbev had beeu supporting. All who know anything of the histoty ot that battle know that it was the artillery that saved the fortunes ol the day. I say the removal of that battery at the tunc, and under the circumstances, and the not communicating that fact to the officer in command of that regiment, was the sole cause of that disaster ; for the history and condoct ol the regiment up to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 January 1851

Veto Message of Governor Wright, of the Bill in relation to the Terre Haate aud Richmond Kail road, Ac. GttUUmtn of the House of Representatives. I herewith return tu you the hill of your House, No. 4, being an act authorizing the Terr Haut.- and Richmond Railroad Company to issue bonds, Su- . with unreasons lor withholding my signature. This hill authorizes txie company to issue bonds, to sell the same within or oat of this State, to bear any rate ol interest por MM anil to sell the same at such rates and tor such prices, as may be agreed upon, and that such sales, though made at a discount, shall be valid, as if sold at par. There is in this company county stock. There is not a Railroad in progress in this Mate, in which there ts not either county or city stock. This vork is an important one, it is a part of one ol the great thoroughfares of the State-, it is managed by the most it men in the country who nave emnariceu a targe .unount or their capital m the enterprise and who ties...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 January 1851

CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. seroatsD roa m tat mmu v sotto.Mos Day, Jannary 13, 1S51 The Convention was opened with prayer, bj the Rev Mr. New. Mr. Kent, chairman of the select committee, to whom the different subject in relation to negroes aid mulettoee were referred, reported a series of sections, providing that no negro or mulatto shall come into, or settle in this State after the adoption erf' this Constitution ; contracts with negroes coming into the State to be void, and persons employing them, or otherwise enoouraging their remaining in the State, hall be fined not less than ten nor mure than $500; there shall be an annual appropriation for the gradual colonization of nog roes and mal at toes sod their descendants, who are hJre at the adoption ef the Consritntion ; after i860 no negro or mulatto shall acquire real estate except by descent ; the General Assembly to pass laws to carry out the provisions of the foregoing sections, if adopted by the people This article shall be su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 January 1851

STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN Editor WEEKLY. $ SEMI -WEEKLY, $4 00 I WEEKLY, 2 00 AI STIV II. BROWN, Publisher VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1851. NO. 35. THE INDIANA INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, r7-Office in THE SKXT1XEL BLILIMNGS Sörth Side IF 'anhingt on, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL. AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher, THE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION I published every Wednesday and Saturday and Tn-Week!) during Ute Section of tlie Legislature, at TOTJB DOLLARS A YEAR, Invarisbly in Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION I pahltabed every Thuistlay, and is furnished lo ulwcriber at Iii KHtowmg very low ritte: One Copy. one yew, Three Copies, one year, w FiveCopiea, one year, J 00 Ten Copies, (ia Clubs oue year, 10 00 One Copy, iz months. 1 JJ Oie Copy, three month The Money, in all eases, to accompany subscriptions. rAiiy person sending M a Club of 7V, with cash, at tlie rate aj fLM each. liall liave a copy gratis for one year. Fr a greater numtier tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 January 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL ... n - -? WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor, . " ' XT Governor Wright will I? pleased to ee hi fellow citizens to-night at seven o'clock. New Pape "The Minnesota Democrat" is the title of a uevv paper just received from St. Paul , Minne. xt:t . It i edited and published hy D. A. Koltertson. 3F ET General Hinton, who has Ween NMad in the Columbus Jail, being indicted for robbing the mail, has been released on bail by Commissioner, P. B. Wilcox, in the mn ol $l .fHK). Messrs. Powell. Moore and Hin- , ton. (sen.) are the sureties. ( House of Representatives. The House spent yesterday in committee of the whole n the bill to provide for a more general assessment and valuation of real estate, personal property, 8tc. The j prir of p il feature of the bill is, that it requires the owner . . . . 1 . . 1 iai propcriv or real estate, moneys, rigms. i-ri-ii- its, and corporation and other stocks, to present the as- jJa SUt pr-s0n. ta hold their olHees two years each ; seasor with...

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