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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Sg. week iy. US1:: VOL. XI. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1851. NO. 8. fIM TATP slWf YluT t!':l" M'llk'il'"t l" cl,ct- I he coinng elections in Penn-Kt-UlAilA lOl A 1 Hi OFjxl 1 111 Hi J J I 1 sylvania, Ohio, and Indiana will be a pretty clear test o! A UAZfillt Ur THIS FKOFLE, . Al - tJ-OtHcc i4 THE SENTHTEL Til ILDINGS AbrfA Side tyashington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL, AUSTIN II. BlOWfi, Publisher. 0K DOLL. A It!! LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT! ri.nn ntt.l r.A i?-..,.i:,, fo,. fiw. u:!i!,.t VUllip Mill VlVim IUUU11U l"i in .UllllUll. THE WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL Will be sent to sitgV: subscribers at the low rate of MP nnnHD DUD UVUlf TM nllUIVnCII Hilt U U LLAll IM A III II III IH AlllAllul!. nv nerson sending ten subscribers will be cntitied to one copy gratis. From the first of July next i subscribers in Marion County will receive their papers llirough the mail Irec ol postage. At all Tost Offices within 50 miles the postage will be live...

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

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN. Editor. INDIANAPOLIS: SATURDAY EVEMNCi, JULY 1, DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. rot COHGRESS, THOMAS A. MEZ OR ICK, of Shelby rouity, FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY, DAVID S. GOODING, of Hancock County. Marion County. FOR REPIESeSTATITEt, HENRY BRADY, of Warren- township. ISAAC SMITH, of Centre township. ron county commissioners, 2d Dut. POWELL HOWLAND, of Centre township. 2d Dut. HENRY P. TODD, of Perry Township. FOR ASSESSOR, JACOB ROBERTS, of Washington township. rOR COROSER, S. A. PERRY, of Centre township. Library Defalcation Rain. We clip the following from the last Statesman: As Mr. Brown seems desirous of knowing oor opinion in this case; we shall tell him candidly that we believe, that at the time the investigation was commenced be was a defaulter to the State, and would have been expelled as uch from the Legislature if that one hundred dollars had not been advanced. which enabled the committee to make the report they did. If it is not so why don...

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

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH Fraci the Looiarillc mid Madison Paper.) From New York. New York, jxAy iS. Cotton inactive, with a decline of full J since the Franklin's advices ; sales to. day of 200 bales. Flour unsettled - sales of 4,700 bbls State and Western at 54 IS and 4 25. and Genessee and Southern at $4 37 and 4 50. Rye flour $3 44. Corn meal dull. Sales of 5,000 bushels Ohio Wheat at 94c. Rye heavy at 72. Corn firm ; sales of 10,000 bushels mixed western at 55c. Ohio oats 40 and 41c. Sales of mess pork at $14 ; prime $12 50. Lard 84. and 83c. Butter and cheese steady. Sales 1,200 gallon linseed oil at 75c. Fifty hhds Kentucky tobacco at 64 and 94c. Tallow 7 and 7j. Whiskey 23? and 25c. Ohio 6 s 108 offered ; Kentucky 106. Money easy. From Cincinnati. Ciwciwwati, July 15. River fallen five inches now stationary. Flour in fair demand, 1500 bids sold at $3. 10a$3.25 for common to choice brands and $3.50 for extra. Whisky 181c. 25.000 lbs bacon sides sold at Rc. for ribbed packed . 500...

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

The Dignity of Laüor. The irrcat mass of mankind arc laborers. The broad sweep of that universal law, that in the sweat Prom the BL Louis Union. Wht Would Follow from Dissolution! The time was, and it is yet fresh in the memory of us I - . .. II L . . . .Ii. .t; f Ik. Mm lln . .v.,. 1,1 of our face we shall eat our bread, lays on the race w"c" r1.".'.' " T V , T fhc stern alternative, work or starve. In some ru..:..,'.:. ...U hv.. h.. ro.,.l..l with light. Ihi looks like the law of a hard master; and - horror and icorn as a calumnious imputation ' the plulosophic friend of humanity is saddened at Uie u viftuo WJ palriotism of Washington. The spectacle of all this weariness and toil, barren 8tle bJanj of infainT woufj have blistered the lips of the man 1 for body and soul, and very naturally wonders how ; who ,loud have dared to give expression to the treason, tht California Democratic Convention! This Convention was held at Bcnicia on the 19th of May, and we have the full proceeding...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 July 1851

tNMM4MaM-l " -- -3. THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. ?.,I!.,M.J E?WÄl ftlil0r . TXT PPTT T V . WEEKLY, PerAnmm, I.OO AUSTIN II. BltOH . Publisher. S W Jtl Jtl Ab JLl X. J DAILY,.. .. 5.00 " - - . .... r. - - , ... , . .,.,.. , - ... - . - - - . - . . ,. , ... fc VOL- XI. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1851. NO. 1). INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, fcroffice in Tin: sentinel bi ildincs North Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL, AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher. 0E DOLLAR !! LET THEKE BE MOKE LIGHT! I hem irwl TawI Rnnlinn- for thn Million! nP,lP anU 1,00(1 neaU1"? I0F Ifle JilHIOn. rrTin "117 r-r'irr V mi CTvmiTT r IL M LLiXLl kill rL MLlLIi Will be sent to singt subscribers at the low rate of nwn nnrrin nrn irvnir tm nut firm ii V HUUAB IM AMI 19 Alii AIM!! Any person sending ten subscribers will l.e enti- m,en mey become old and decrepnl, the owner distled to one copy gratis. From the first of July next charges them and leaves them to beg or starve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 July 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS: SATURDAY CT EKING, JULY 6, 151. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. rOR COKORBSS, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, of Shelby Couuty. FOR FROSECUTIKG ATTORNEY, DAVID S. GOODING, of Hancock Ouiily. Marion County. FOR REPRESENTATIVES, HENRY BRADY, of Warren town-ship. ISAAC SMITH, of Centre township. FOR COUSTY CO.MMHIIOHERi, 2J Dirf POWELL HOWL AND. of Centre township. 3d Dut. HENRY P. TODD, of Perry Township. FOR ASS KHiO R , JACOB ROBERTS, of Washington township. FOR CORO ER, S. A. PERRY, of Centre township. Public Speaking. The candidates for the Laislatsjra will addiess the people of this county at the following places, to t-it: Mechanicsburg, Monday, July 21, at 2 o clo.-fc P . M Bridgeport, Tuesday, "22, 2 Newton, Wednesday," 23, 2 South Port, Thursday, " 24, 2 " " r;.nl Moore's. Friilav. " 25. 9 A. M New Bethel, Friday, ' 25, 2 Cumberland, Saturday, " 2H, 2 Oakland, Monday, " 21, 2 Lanesville, Tuesday, " 2fl, 2 Allisonville, Wednesday, u ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 July 1851

Ninth Districts Tbc last Statesman throws cold water on the prospects of Dr. Fitch, and intimates that if he had stood on the free toil platform, which Ellis and a few such cobbled op for him two jcars ajro, there would he no J'Miht of Lit election. In conclusion he savs: " If any mar. could have personal feelinsrs in this mat ter it is the writer of. this paragraph Dr. Fi'ch has treated him as the Butler in sacred writ treated Joseph Ml this is not Ihe time to remember personal indi". nitis, when the principles for which wo have struggled a life-time arc at stake." Now the whole cause of complaint against Dr. Fitch is that last November meeting with Dr. Ellis, the latter in a private conversation, attempted to draw from Dr. Fitch something new, that he might continue his assau Its on us ; and in his next issue the following paragraph appeared: ' Dr. Graham N Fitch passed through the city last week en route for Washington. The Doctor assures us that the disunion humbug was the verie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 July 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTIf .Mississippi Floods. noi "ms-otica, sErnn-ts," t set. j. m. raca. Published in the Missouri Republican The recent unusual rise in the Great River this is the true Aboriginal name for Mssissppi, (as Marquette first wrote it,) furnishes occasion for some historical sketches of former floods. While De Soto and his party were at an Indian village, on the western siue 01 ine -mo unuwt, s the Spaniards called the river, which, from its ele-1 vated position, indicates the site of Helena, in Ar- ; kansas, in March 1542, there was a rise in the river so as to cover all the surrounding country as lar as the eye could reach. In the village, represented to have been on hisrh irround, the water rose. Irom hve to six feet above the earth, so as the only place of shelter was the lofts of their cabins, lioth the Indians and Sniards went in canoes from house to I house. It remained at this heisrht for several days, ' and then subsided rapidly. The historian does not inform us wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 August 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher. ) WEEKLY. (WEEKLY, Per Annum, . ....tl.OQ I DAILY, . 5.00 VOL. XL INDIiVNAPOLIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1851. NO. 10. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: a Gazette of the people, E7OfGce in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS. North Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL, U B 1 1 il II . D It U W JN j I UullSllCr. 0E DOLLAR!! t BT THERE BE MORE LIGHT! qiwI (wi.wl ßo iilln t,.m thn Million! v. i -Q iui iiiv ah in i vu. IIIK U .kk V slTAT . I. VI I V I? I lllti TLiLiIVLjI VLALLi OLiil llxlEiL) , Will be sent to single subscribers at the low rate of die MiLUi ni mil ii mfiia 1 1 . ,. ... .... ; . i" iMMi .- imin icii suusi riurrs win oe enti tled to one copy gratis. Froiu 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 qu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 August 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS: SATURDAY EVEN I.W, AUGUST 2, ISM. Xj'l'or Election Neu see next pnse. Look Gat for Fresh Counterfeits. A spurious five dollar bill of the Thames Bank, Norwich, Connecticut, of which tho vignette is a female rei lining and pointing to a rainbow over a ship, has beca put in circulation recently. No such bill has been issued by that Bank. The counterfeit ten dollar bill of tho State Bank of Oaio, having the X in tho vignette, can be readily detected by the knee of the man not touching the first inner black waving lines in the circle including the X, as it docs in the genuine. RÜ" The State Sentinel is endeavoring, covertly, to defeat Judge Burden. I.y attempting to drive the Freesoilcrs from him. Jeffersonian. The veiy reverse. We have been trying to save luv election, by showing that he is no Abolitionist. When we see Judge Borden's vote rccoided for the repeal of the Fugitive Slave law. and for the abolition of Slavery i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 August 1851

E LEfTI 0 NRETURNS; DEMOCRACY TRIUMPHANT! Congressional Elections. Enough has been received to ensure the election of S. W. Parker, Whig, in the Wayne district; C. L. Dunham, W. A. Carman, John G. Davis, ami G. N. Fitch, Democrats. There is a telegraphic rumor of the election of David Brier, freesoil Whin-, in the Lafavetle district. Since the above was written, we have received the following dispatch from Lafavetle, dated 11 o'clock, today: " Returns not all in. Vote close. Mace, Democrat. probably elected." The Legislature. Returns already received insure a Democratic majority in both branches of the next Legislature Marion County. The Democratic triumph in this county has been most signal. Henry Brady and Isaac Smith, Democrats, are eleited Representatives. The latter by about twenty majority over Judge Hammond, the talented and popular Whig candidate, who received not less than one hun- i dred Democratic votes. We have not been able to procure the official vote of this county in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 August 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. The Bloomer. The saucy mud may ton ber head. When the ber butle hitches oa; Be nine to praie ta artless lay. The graceful girl with breechea ob. The petticoat no more shall float Oa limbs whose shape bewitches one; But in its place, with modest (race. Those limbs shall hold the oreeches ob. The bucks and beaua tarn np their ose. At cosily robes with patches on; But goodness me! what if they see Ssch beauty spot the breeches on. Ye muslin dresses, white and thin, With fairy finger'J stitches on, 1 fear your day haa passed away Since woman put the breeches on. Ah! weH-a day, the Bard may aay. Shall one bestow his kisses oa, A shameless maid who's al afraid To put a pair of breeches on! She'll make him feel from he ad to heel. Whatever else ha hitches on, Be has no right, by day or nipbt. To put a pair of breeches on! We always see the graces three Without a rag the witches oa. But O! Sal Zooks, how would It look Should each one put the breeches on' When woman'a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 August 1851

TTT THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WI I.LI. J. nROWIf, Editor. AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. WEEKLY. WEEKLY, Per I DAILY, Annum, ... .11.00 S.OO VOL. XL INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1851. NO. 11, f INDIANA STATE SENTINEL ; A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, t7Office in THE MiM INEL HLTLDINGS.2 Jk'orth Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE OJO FELLOW'S HALL, A H Si T I IT R ß 0 W N Piihlklipr 11 ' DftU"1'l L UWHMItr. OE DOLLAR!! LET THEKE BE MORE LIGHT! ft I ID 1 I II' 1 1" i inCap anil llOOIl itCaUUIS; IOr I HC AlllllOn. THE WEEKLY STATE SKXTIXEL Will be sent to single subscribers at the low rate of Ml DOLLAR PER AMI II UTAICE!! 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 pa pers through the mail free ol 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 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 August 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS: SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST , 151. Crow ! Chapman, Crow ! ! ABOLITIONISM Whiggery FLUNCKEDÜ In! Eu-ht Democratic .Members ol l'unsri elected I Thirt Democratic majori) in the Senate! TwcDtylie roajoritv in the House ot Representatives I The New Constitution adopted by 00,000 majont) ! One hundred thousand majority in favor of excluding !'iee Negroes and Fugitive Slaves from the M:i!-j ! ! Tliis is p. Free Country. Wo have a right to Crow, and WILL CROW!! WBF For Particular aes RefeVM on next page ! '. ! George W. Julian's Defeat. We learn from various quarters that we have been de nounccd by this gentleman, in his late canvass, with a bit taraess which his vindictive malice alone is capable of pouring forth. Unscrupulous in his ansertions, he and bis particular adherents have stopped at nothing. But he has run his race He has fallen, and we have no disposition to triumph. We have never assailed the man. never shall, person...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 August 1851

ELECT I ONRE TURNS. AUGUST ELECTION, 1851. DEMOCRACY TRIUMPHANT! - f u , v "vV el a Official Jtcturns of Marion County TOWNSHIPS. CANDIDATES. J ' O o i 2 i I i I I ( j : : 1 ; - s z z nMw A MW,. 9H 34 US I 89 in Ml Wjttl IT. P. KuiA. SN U 76 37 UM oö Ji IUI 3 KJo4 frmttrnting AW9. i b S i,!iii?,.. Cxi. IT 174 7i 91 132! 112 Dil" l-rid Wallace... 7HOj M 47 1 105 2 MM IW 1577 kmyBnür ".".'. II 14 10190 67 107' IS' HKV 121 !i Isaac So, .- -J;-. II'. :-t -I MO III llxi 113 1172 i. A. Hammond.. 73ti 4:tiö0 30 119 91 7) Iii 1 1441 B. Sandmskw... 4571 40 1 74 33 U7 91 Ol lift- 13U I2J0 Co. Com Ja! Dis. PowUl Howland, i.1 22 10a 186, 80 107! MI 110 120 I D S Beat I 07' 51. H 41 i ISO W 84 100 13t l:J7o Co. Com.- 3rf Du. Henry P T-ald.. . 645 1-117 185 BS; 100 11J HU 1 1 iSJ John Medium,. ti7 : .5- 7li IM HO -7 82 111 144 1370 Jacob fcraWrts,. ..I Ort 22 115 lU 82 101 143 15! li 14 ? i. v-i ,;fnf 7;n bo 70 47 135 90 63 03 13s 14t . Coroner S A. P.-rrv...-. . Ii 2".' 112 Hl M; 112 135 105 120...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 August 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Prom the Home Journal. Oyr Rest. Th suffering of thi present tirae are not worthy to be . . . , . 1 1 i K.. .. . I 1 i ... ' ' iparsa 10 wie gioi. Mr feet ar wora and weary wiih the march Om rough road and up the step hill aide; Ob! ell; of our God, 1 fain would see Thy pasture green, where peaceful water glide. My handa are weary toiling on, Day after uay, for perishable meat; Oh! city of our God, 1 fun would rest 1 aih to gain thy glonoua mercy-seat. My garments, travel-wora, ami stained with dust. Oft rent by briars and thorns that crowd my way. Would fain be made. Oh Lord, my righteousness. Spotless and white iu Heaven's unclouded ray. My eyes are weary looking at the sin, Impiety, aud scorn, upon the earth; Ob! city of our God, within thy walls All all are clothed again with thy new bnth. My heart is weary of its own deep sin Sinning, repenting, sinning still again; When shall may soul thy glorious presenc And find, dear Saviour, it rs free from sta Pati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 August 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. BROWN. Editor. ) AI ST1N II. ÜKOWN, Publisher. S S i.I.h I. , Per Anunm I I DAILY, 5.OO VOL. XI. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1851. NO. 12. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL i A GAZETTK OF THE PEOPLE, e7Of1ice in THE SENTINEL OTl,JMWtti North Side IVashinhm, nrar Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW S HALL, AUSTIN II. BE0W.K, Publish i. 0M DOLLAR!! LET THESE BE MORE LIGHT! ilirän nil tin (I Rpulinff fur tlm Millinn' UK dp ullll llOiMI III dUlllU IUI UM .111111011. THE WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL iVill be sent to siogl subscribers at the low rate of HE DOLLAR FEB API 19 MICE!! Any person sending ten subscribers will be enti- to offer a bii'. to abolish slavery in the District of Columtlcd to orte cfrpy rnrtr'. From the first of July next hhv Mr. Vinton voted in favor of this motion." subscribers in Marion County will receive their pa- Mr. Viuton also voted against the Texas Boundary pers through the mail free of postage. At all Post ,, the Utah bill, and the f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 August 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTiNEI " WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor, INDIANAPOLIS: SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST in, IM1. Mississippi. In no Southern State is the contest for and against the compOemise measures waged with more violcnee than in : ' I T" 1 !" 1 feMM M l.f on. JülSSlSSippi . IUIIQCI pull lli til unijiuii. i " i tirelv merged n this one question. One party styling H .... themselves the Union party, whose ackno IcdgrU leaner and champion is Gen. Heniy Stuart Foote, a member ol the United States Senate, and now the Union candidate . .... for Governor. He not only advocates the strict adhcrnce to the compromise measures, bat justifies then adoption as measures called for by the whole country. ; . . . I. , ,,; 1 So Ions as the State, in good taith adhere to t..i, se.th - ment he is opposed to secession, but he openly a Jv. ate disunion the moment the Northern States nullify or .lisregard these laws. Under th.s banner .be great body of the old Whig party have rallied, and a:.' now supporting Foote...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 August 1851

BY MAtiNEW TELEGRAPH. (From the Loauvfilo uixl Madison Tapers. From St. I.mn. TERRIBLi: STEAMBOAT EXPLOSION. St. Louis, August II. The botlers of the steamer Daitah exploded last Sat- - r. ... o i"iai jHti ii"uu i l x c-.nu. .- new ii,ii;ir 1 1 1 r iicrn A new ituiier hau just been i , . , . J , lull in xt, nil r ii.. I ami win nunl m I ... run. .. -p . ü " " 5 ' Z!l WLeM he tx,l'Ir, t(t0k, ,r,SOe; eleven tienotis were killed, ten ad r wounded und hianr others hurt ounueu, ami r li" i . .... , killed Mr. Haywood and two children ; Mr. Baker. Ii nn.l .l.il.I- M . 11-,;...- r..., rk.,l. V loater, Charles anij:.m.n Woodworth. Barnes, part owner of I worth , Alpheus Chap I tltllll ll.nn II tt iil Will.. -yckle, and three children of Benj. ummgtrwm i trovaded. Henry f!ie !ia Mn.-i .! i I Com W....I -, yJ..... , . man, oiijT.iieer; John iselliy, M. lhomon, David Robbins, Annas Cutler. Reuben McKec. Edr Chuse, and million Home Slic.htly Injured Mrs. Barnes and child. Mrs Chapman and child....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 August 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. August. BT W. D. GaLLaGBKB. i thy mantle ! IvsM, , Right Summer, ostby I. very ef green' 'A Urnish, tu of rust, Dubs thy late brilliant sheen ; A.d ihy youg g'.or,e leaf, aud bud, and flower, i over them with every hour Thee hath the August sini Look'J ou with hot, and Bercc, and brassy late , Aud stUl and lazily run. Scarce whispering in their The half-dried rivulets, that lately i A shout of gladness up. as they went Flame-like, the loiuj I Wuh Ml so much of sweet air as hath stiir d The down upon the spray, Where reals the panting bi. t, Dotxi away the bot an I ted.ous noon, With mful twitter, sadly owl of time. Seeds in the sultry air, Aud gaaainer wet-work on lh- irsping n . E'en the tall p,nt, that Mai Their plumes to catch the breeze, The slightest bree - from the uii:'r..ieiintR ve-i. Partase the general languor awl lc.-u re-: Happy, m" may he, iMaVI on his back, in homely bean vine In.wcr, Whde the voluptuoos bee Hob each nrrouiKlnif Bwer: A id pratt...

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