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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 April 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor WEEKLY. S KM I -MEEKLY, $4 I W EEKLY, 00 AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publishe er. VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1851. NO. 45. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, COfEce ia THE SENTINEL BUILDINGSNorth Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S TTAT.T., 1 rr n m t it tt "r - i AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher, ! THE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Wednesday mul Saturday- and Tn-Weekly dur nur the Session of the Le ilalure, at FOUR DOLLABS A YEAR. Invariably in Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION every Thuratay. aiul 1 furnished tu subscriber at the , following very low rates: One Copy, one year, T S3 00 Three Copies, oue year, 5 00 , Five Copies, on year, 8 00 Ten Copies, (ui Clubs) one year, 10 00 ' i)ue Copy, six months. 1 00 ' Une Copy, three month 60 The Money, in all cases, to accompany subscriptions. Any person sending ti a Club of Ten, with cash, at the rate of 91.00 each, shall have a copy gratis for o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 April 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS, APRIL 0, 1851. Congreiional Conventions. Fias-r Ditict, at Troy, Perry county, on Thursday. April 17, 1851. Second District, at Lexington, Scott county, on Thursday, April 24. 1851. Fifth District, at Indianapolis, Marion county, on Thursday May 15, 1S51. Sixth District, at Bloomfield, Greene County, on Wednesday, May 21, 1851. Democrat? of Centre Township! Don't forget the Township Meeting at the Court House, on next Saturday, at 2 o'clock, P. M. iLTWe are requested to announce Francis A. Mathen y , of Brown county, as a candidate r Congrrss, subject to the decision of the Democratic - Mstriet Convention HURRA FOR LITTLE RHODA ! The election in this little Island State has resulted in a Democratic triumph. DEMOCRATIC GOVLUNOR! A DEMOCRAT It LI El TENANT GOVERNOR! Congress equally divided, and a Democratic majority in both branches of the Legislature! The woolly heads undertook to rule, but it was no go. Three cheers fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 April 1851

existence. If it is, it ha changed its meaning. It now means that when a man has had one good office awhile, he must be rotated into another, and another: and so kept in office all his life. To blind you, fellow-citizens, as to the danger of disregarding longer those ancient cardinal democratic pringentlemen are throwing the dust of the omr.ibus' into your eyes. I warn you of the danger. Because it would take gigbteen years to give each county a tur in the selection of a candidate, it is said rnn ouht not Lit. ject to the selection of a Marion man and that vu ougnt to select the beat man! O modesty! Alter M. rion has had it some fifteen out of eighteen vears be cause it would require that to do justice te all therefore you might as well let us have it forever. This is! Hie argument. It is not only the right, but the duty of the other counties of the district to insist upon their right to present one of their own citizens, in turn, whenever they can present one of suitable qualificat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 April 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. From the Goldn Rule. Tle Snow Tempestihn M vilprinn Med TT ' ' iA ii ' No person in the house knew ol the resolution she translated BY A. C. ARNOLD. , taken to elope with her lover. The letters she Toward the end of the year 1811, that year so me- had burned. The chamber-maid had been discreet, f morable in Russian history, there lived in Nenara- and also the priest and witnesses of Wladimir, and down a wealthy nobleman, whose hospitality and gen- these for very good reasons. This secret was thus erosity had made him favorably known in that region, faithfully kept by more than a half dozen accompli- '( Every day his neighbors came to his house, some to i ces. But Marie' betrayed herself in her delirium, j eat and drink, others to play at boston with his wife, She said things so strange, that her mother believed j and others to see his daughter Marie, whose pale t her to be profoundly in love with Wladimir; and at- j melancholy but beautiful figure, and quiet ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 April 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. kSTvSlSS.. I Wee K LY. VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1851. NO. 46. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL : A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, KT-Offlce in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS North Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S bat.i., AUSTIN I. BROWN, Publisher. INDIANAPOLIS, APRIL 18, 1851. Cheap ONE DOLLAR!! LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT! asd flood Reading for the Million! THE WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL Will be sent to single subscribers at the low rate of SIE DOLLAR FEH ANNUM II ÄDYAICE ! ! Any person sending ten subscribers will be entitled to one copy gratis. From the first of July next subscribers in Marion County will receive their papers through the mail free of postage. At all Post Offices within 50 miles the postage will be five cents a quarter, and all within three hundred miles ten cents per quarter. The State Sentinel will contain the latest and most important news by telegraph, as well as the mails, and will contain more reading matter than any of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 April 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. j I Ii III AW ' BROWN, Editor, INDIANAPOLIS, APRIL 16, 1851. Congressional Convention. FiasT DisTaicT, at Troy, Perry county, on Thars day, April 17, 1S51. Second JJistrict, at Lexington, Scott county, on , Jer stringent provisiont a man hy the name of BradThursday. April 24. 1351. , y rflcenliy died) wh,st conf,ned in the loathsome cells Fifth District, at Indiaiiapoh, Marion county, on f ß ... , , . he owpd a Mr Britton. Thursday May 13, 1851. j The coroners jury returned a verdict that Bradly died of Sixth District, at Bloorafield, Groene County, on j consumption hastened by his confinement. Alluding to Wednesday, May 21, 1851. tLi, inciJcnt professor Larrabec says : m So long as Massachusetts permits to exist w; thin her The Evidence Produced. jurisdiction a law, under which such a horrible outrage Our neighbor Defrees has produced the evidence of could be committed, let her say no more about the slave the bargain between William J. Brown and tho free law...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 April 1851

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH From the .Madison Papers. Caklisls, Pa., April 14. There is a ßreat excitement in Dickinson College be.ween the student-, and the Faculty ; nine members of tho Junior Class have been suspended and fourteen dis.n.orv. iwi nisuooruination. CiuciJtWATi April 14 12 M. The first ticket for Jeanv Lind' ',.niu,t w hono-ht lor Metlevey tor $575 premium. The second h lii'hest was bought by John Hagarty, and the third by George C. Sledge. Dress Circle tickets sold at from $6 to $10 premium. Gen. Scott left to-day, on the Louisville Mail boat. New Orleans. Ami! 12. i lie From the Ciacuuiati Price Current Commercial Summary. Mr rw, " V . ,7 L a- i i keard lhat tne Union was in danger but they knev it was , J Vf,' V'i J AK-- 553 RiSr K, ' T vShl'y ,nd,T.f " . . SflJb, for it w ,s in their keeping" The moral sense of CANDLES-. niver ulliiio ow v. No danger of the citv bcin ' lmr " overflowed W.-nth -V H " 7 i th? -T was represented in Congress to a degree Moiid,.. . 9 lhe ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 April 1851

Prora the Philadelphia BulUün. Koasath. The following address, written by Grace Greenwood, was delivered by Miss Davenport, last evening, at the Chestnut street Theatre, on the occasion of the lienefit (riven to raise funds for Louis Kossuth, oa bis arrival in this country : ADDRESS Ob ftieuds, the proud joy at my heart' To-night 1 play in very truth A gracious and a glorious part. Tour almoner to great Kossuth. The noblest hero of the age Now seeks ecross the western es, 1 hit refuge of the hunted brave, This graud asylum of the free. And be shall feel 'lis nobler far. The alms of freemen to receive. Than wear the or 'er and the star, AnJ jeweled collars tyrants give. I Hunk you for his sake who played So well the patriot's lofty part Rut for the inoiber, wife and babes, I bless you, from my woman's heart! To your, to our America They come, the exiled and oppressed She sue Mies forth her kindly trim And takes them to her sheltering breast. The old-world tyrannies sweep on Alon; the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 April 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. AUSTIN U. BROWN, Publisher. WEEKLY. SEM I -WEEKLY, $4 on I WEEKLY, l OO VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1851. NO. 47. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, IO-Office ia THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS. fibrth Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL, AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. OE DOLLAR !! LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT! lhea and Good Reading for the Million! TUP Wm'FV VTIT1? TYTIVCT lllCj WLLiYLI olitlj Ljl 1 LlLL j Will be sent to single subscribers at the low rate of i 8IE DOLLAR FES AMI II ADVA5CEÜ Any person sending ten subscribers will be enti- j room, and kitchen will all be on the first floor, on a partlcd to one copy gratis. From the first of July next allel with the street, and will be easy of access. The subscribers in Marion County will receive their pa- dining room is large and convenient, capable of seating pers through the mail free of postage. At all Post nvor 200 persons. The ladies pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 April 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS, APRIL 23, 1851. DAILY STATE SENTINEL. On Monday next (23th April) we shall commence the Usuo of the Daily State Sentinel, and discontinue the publication of the Semi-Weekly. Subscribers to the latter, whose subscriptions hate not expired, will b served with the Daily until the end of the time pid for, without adaiti jual charge. The business interests of ludianapolis, aside from other considerations, demand a more frequent issue of newspapers nere tian twice or thrpe times a week. Much inconvenience has been heretofore felt for the want of a h . - . i ii r. . ' ... rry, iiini ,il commnni'tilli'll Wll.l lilu oUüllC. Olieuci ma., muiiini oi cuiiiitiun uu w uu mi. jfuuiii., our city papers afford. We have therefore determined to try the experiment of publishing a morning paper. Other cities, of less importance than this, sustain two or j three dailies. Time alone will determine whether the enterprize will prove successful ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 April 1851

BY MAGNETICTELEGILiPH. Reported for the Indiana State Sentinel. BY THE O R1ELLY LINE. Philadelphia, April 18. The eastern lines all being down, prostrated by the torra, we received the following d' spatch last night, by special express from Boston to New York: New York. Anril 17. 8 P. M. The steamship America left Liverpool on Saturday. ( April otn, ami arrived at ooaton about noon to-day, alter a passage of twelve days. London, Aprd i. The money market is unchano.il. Consols Hr money c losed to-day at 96, a 96'. American securities are without material change, and prices nominally firm. Liverpool, April A The current qualities of cotton bav receded id, and other kinds are also a shade lower, but not 8d. Sales fur the week, 37.000 bales. The demand for breadstuff's is on the increase. Holders of wheat and flour demand an advance on existing prices, and American wheat, lino and mixed, is selling at Mi. Corn. 32s a 336d. Provition. Beef is steady in price, with moderate business doing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 April 1851

I VI M I V 4 CiTUrnri C'PVTIVCI IlNlJIA.lA S1A1E SLMllNLL. , . ! " F hn rir dTime 1 L e Hai",jr J 8am Houston. Gen. Sam Houston was born on the 2d of March, 1793, and March 2d, he was, of course, fifty-eight years of age. He is a native of Rockbridge t 'ounty, Virginia. His ancestors were Highland Scots and fought tor liberty by the side of John Knox. His father took an active part in the American Revolution. He was born in Ireland, Gen. Houston's grandfather having emigrated from Scotland to Ireland. In persoual appearance, Gen. Houston is one of the noot con: f men. He would be singled out from a , . .a a a. r 1 1 i tion of live thousand, on account of his lof admirable proportions, and the marked linf his features, in which intellect, firmness and goodness of heart are most happily blended. Gen. Houston's father died in 1807, leaving no property ; and the enviably conspicuous x sition which Sam Houston now holds in this Republic has been attained by his own exertions, and upon Mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 May 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLI AX J. BROWN, Editor. AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher. WEEKLY. SEMI-W F.EKLV, $4 OO I WEEKLY, 1 OO VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1851. NO. 48. L INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, C7-Office in THE SEN TINL'L BI ILDINGSd North Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS HALL, AUSTIN II . BROWN, Publisher. 0E DOLLAR ! ! LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT! Cheap and Good Reading for the Million! THE WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL Will be sent to single subscribers at the low rate of nn nninn nvn miiif w unuuinrii UilJj UUufaM Mil ÜÜJIU1I1 lH ÜU V üllüL ! ! Any person sending ten subscribers will be enti- tied to one copv gratis. From the first of July next one thousand dollars lor h.s services subscribers in Marion County will receive their pa- j Steele k Co de5ired ll,e aScncyAl , ..j. c 4 it n It may bo true that Rochester Sr s. vutm v mm mm a a u u P . vwv Offices within 50 miles the postage will be five cents a quarter, and all within thr...

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

lYIilWt CTtTr CrVTIV!?T 1x1 UlA.l A OI A 1 j Ölll I lllEilJi ; WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANA POL1 S : OJIDAT MOKMNt., APRIL 28, J 851. First District. Several of the whig papers represent that Mr. Albertton was thrown overboard because he voted for the Fugitive Slave law, and in opposition to the River and Harter I. Ill Tili ia not Ti.jIitp T.oekhsrf . the nominee. i u i l n . t,i fnr ' as a member of the Constitutional Convention voted lor , . , . . , -. the Compromise resolutions. As to internal improve- I . . . . . . . mnfs bv the Genera Government, he is the last man in llic State who will bo found supporting the wasteful and extravagant system recommended by the Whigs. The following resolutions speak the sentiments of the convention by which he was nominated. Resolved, That while we heartily approve of an appropriation by Congress, for the improvement of the Western Rivers and Harbors, of a strictly national character, we earnestly deprecate any extensive system of internal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 May 1851

W3 r has WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 185. Post Offices within fifty miles of Indianapolis, J county held a Mass Meeting at Franklin on Saturday, nominating a candidate lor Congress, in the 2d ConPostage on the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel, only April 26th, A. D. 1851, lor the purpose of selecting a 1 gressional District of Indiana, asscmbledat . New LexFIVE CENTS PER QUARTER and on the Daily candidate tor Congress in the Filth District, and to ap- ington, Scott county, on Thursday, the 24th day of State Sentinel. TWKM Y-FIVE CENTS PF.ft QUARTER, after July 1st, 1851. MM joinery co. Marietta, Shelby co. Martinsville. Morgan co. Miihigantown, Cluiton co. Middle-town. Henry co. .Monrovia. Morgan co. Mooresvine, Morgan co. Morgaiuowu, Morgan co. MorruMown, Shelby co. Moscow, It ... . co. .Mount Aulmrn, Shelby co. Mount Meridian. Putnam co. Mount Tabor, Monroe co. Ncwbeni, Bartholomew co. New Castle, Henry co. New 1 Jinra-tcr. Tipton Co. New Maysvillc, Putnam co. New Rom. Montgomery co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 May 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. A Leaf of History Sara Houston and the Bat- j tie of Sao Jacinto. ! The hopes of the brave began to grow dim and remark, wnen Houston quietly told him that it was dark, and the star of the revolution seemed to be go- his habit not tQ make two bite9 at one ciierry. mg down in gloom, to rise no more. Three heavy Anna ever after entertained a high admiracolumas of pampered soldiery of Mexico, led by ÜQn for Houston, and often remarked he was the most Santa Anna, supported by Lrrea, Cos and Fillisola, remarkable man of the age. had crossed the Kio Grande, and the vulture flag of i General Houston is yet in the full vigor of manthe Soulh, threatningly waved on the banks ol the hood; he is six feet four inches in height of light Gaudaloupe. I complexion, a deep blue eve, and a remarkable pleasThe heroic Travis, brave to a fault, and reckless injr t ountcnance. His bearing is kind, dignified and and defiant as he was brave, at the head of one hun- j courteous, and t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 May 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLI All J. BROWN, Editor. WEEKLY. WEEKLY, Per Annum, tl.OO DAILY, ft.oO AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publish nr. S VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1851. NO. 49. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, C7-Office in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS Aorth Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL, AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher. CKVE DOLLAR!! LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT! Cheap and Good Reading for the Million! THE WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL Will be sent to single subscribers at the low rate of Hi DOLLAB M AIM II ADVANCE" Any person sending ten subscribers will be entitled to one copy gratis. From the first of July next subscribers in Marion County will receive their papers through the mail free of postage. At all Post Offices within 50 miles the postage will be five cents a quarter, and all within three hundred miles ten cents per quarter. The State Sentinel will contain the latest and most important news by telegraph, as j well as the mails, and will co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 May 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. 1 N D I ANAPOLI S : MONDAY MORNING, MAY 5,-1851. JEsrion County Democratic Ticket. 1 OH REPRESENTATIVES, HENRY BRADY, of Warren township. ISAAC SMITH, of Centre township. FC i COUNTY COMMISSIONER, POWELL HOWLAND, of Centre township. FOR ASSESSOR, . JACOB ROBERTS, of Washington township. FOR CORONER, 6. A. PERRY, of Centre township. Congressional Conventions. Fixst DiSTaiCT, at Troy, Perry county, on Thürsday April 17, 1851. Second District, at Lexington, Scott county, on Thursday, April 24, 1351. Third District, at Napoleon, Ripley county, on Friday, May 2, 1851. Fifth Distsict, at Indianapolis, Marion county, on Thursday May 15, 1351. Sixth District, at Bloomfield, Greene County, on Wednesday, May 21, 1851. Eighth District, at Williamsport. Warren county, on Tuesday, June 10th, 1S51. Ninth District, at Plymouth, Marshall count?, on Thursday, May 22d, 1851. Tenth District, at Huntington, on Thursday, May 23, 1851. Editorial Courtesy....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 May 1851

RV f MJVFTIP TFI.FfJR VU i jiiiu jjiit lLLLMRAra. REPORTED FOB THE DAILY STATE 8EICTDTEL, Biuii., BY THE O'BIELLT LINE. Latest from Europe. ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL STEAMER MORGAN. Halifax, April 29. The Royal Mail Steamer Morgan, Captain Stone, reached her dock at seven o'clock this evening from Liverpool, with dates to the 19th inst. COMMERCIAL SUMMARY. Cottow Market is gloomy, influenced by advices from the United States l.y the Arctic. Buyers have obtained a concession of d per lb. CoB.f Market very dull ; Western Canal floor is selling at !3sa20s. Wheat 5s Sd for white. Corn 30sa33. Indian meal 14s6d. Thje Mo.vkt Market. American stocks remain unchanged. English stocks are unusually steady, during the week the variations had not exceeded JaJ for money, consols closed at 97 for account 97a97, Provision Market Transactions in Beef are unimportant. Tbe demand for Pork is limited and firm. The demand for Bacon not so active. Lard Arm. Tallow has not varied in price. From New York. ARRIV...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 May 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Prom the Kentucky Statesman. John James Audubon. BY PARKE GOOD WIS. "Tnat cheerful on who knoweth 11 The songs of all the winged choristers. And in tue sequence of melodious sound, Pours their music." Somtktu's tiadoc in AzaUatn lüTBODUCTIOS. A few years ajro Ihere arrived at tbe hotel, erected near the Niagara Falls, an odd looking man, whose appearance was quite in contrast with that of the crowds of well-dressed and polished figures which adorned that celebrated resort. He seemed just to have sprung from the weeds. His dress, which was made of leather, stood dreadfully in need of repair, apparently not having felt the touch of either laundress or needle woman for many a long month. A worn-out blanket that might have served for a bed was buckled to his shoulders; a large knife hung on one side, balanced a rusty tin box on the other, and bis beard, uncropped, tangled, and coarse, fell down upon his bosom, as if to counterpoise the weight of black hair-locks,...

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