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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 August 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL W ILLIAM J. BROWN', F.ditor. ) AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher. S WEEKLY. WEEKLY, Per Annum, tl.OO DAILY, 6.00 VOL. XL INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1851. NO. 13, INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, CT Office in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS North Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL, AUSTI N H. BROWN, FubUüher. ONE -DOLLAR!! LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT! (huap and Good Reading for the Million! THE WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL Will be sent to tingle subscribers at the low rate of On DOLLAR FEB AMI 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 receite their papers through the mail free of postage. At all Post t JT ..T rr MI .1 7 . uratM wnnm ou raw, ne posian mil n n e cem a quarter, and all within three hundred miles ten cents per quarter. The State Sentinel will contain J . 1 , - . , . . . the latest and most important news by telegra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 August 1851

LNDTANA STATESENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS: SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 23, 1S .I. Keep Cool. The Julian men swear that the Sentinel shall go down , that Bright shall go down, and Garber go up, and that John L Robinson shall go down, and that Julian sball yet triumph. Better keep cool, friends ; yon nijure yourselves worse than you hurt any oue else. Sentinel. This is news in this District. It rathe first that ba been beaid of the '' sweat-mi " here spoken of. It is a eute trick on the part of the editor of the Sentinel, and will doubtless have the desired effect of inducinc Parker's :u f .k-. m th raasiued persecutions it is to suffer from these terrible ' Lilian mnn " We nresinne thnra is not one out of fifty n:.. k.. ikM , nmr! nniniT n Iii kill. 911 L. 1 V. 1 1 U .HO. w v 1. 1 j ... . . a ."9 -- " . J . between Mr. Br.ght and Mr. Uaiber, or that there is i : : ik.. i-..-, r.r.-.., n m t-m e i i j. b ,k- i..i;-n Does Mr. Elder feel authorised to .peak for the Juli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 August 1851

i By Telegraph to the Slate ScntiHf I. HIGHLY IMPORTANT FfcOM CUBA. GREAT EXCITEMENT. THE BALL ROLLING. From Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Aug. 25. Wc have accounts from New Orleans of the arrival of (he Empire Citv, with Havana dates to the 18th instant. The steamer Vixen has also arrived at Pensacola, hut brings no later news. They confirm previous accounts, hut give no additional information. Gen. Lopez had made a stand at Mari.h, where he had two engagements with Government troops, in lolh ff which he lud heen victorious. The Spanish loss in killed and wounded was eighty officers and eight hundred men. The dead and wounded were taken to Havana, and the dead buried with great pomp on the 15th. Lopez's force numbered about fourteen thousand men, and he was daily receiving accessions. On the night of the 14th. over one hundred left Havana to join the invaders, and the people were rising in many quarters. Col. Crittenden is reported by this arrival, as among the persons shot. Front Wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 August 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Prom tbe Philadelphia Casket The Storming of Stony Point. A ROMANCE OF THE REVOLUTION. The night had already settled down gloomy and foreboding, on the evening of the 15th of July, 1 1 i9, when the advancing column of a little army, whose uniform betokened it to be American, emerged from a thick wood on the shore of the Hudson, and in an instant the whole dim and shadowy prospect disclosed to them along the bank of the river, opened to the sight. Far away lay Verplant' Point, now buried in a mass of shadow, while on the other side of the river, dark, gloomv, and frowning, rose up the cragK heights of Stony Point. Washed on three sides the Hudson, and protected on the other, except along narrow road, by a morass, the fort was deemed one of the most impregnable on the river; and its capture regarded as most impossible. Yet l& achieve that gallant purpose, this little army was now upon its march. A turn in the road soon hid them from the river, and a...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. WEEKLY. WEEKLY, Per Annum 1.00 DAILY, 6.00 AI'STIX II. BROWN, Tublishe VOL. XI. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1851. NO. U. r i INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, O-Officc in THE SENTINEL HITLDINGSa North Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL, AÜST N It. BROWN, Publisher. 0E DOLLAR!! LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT! Chiap and (iood Rfiiums for Ihr Million! THE WEEKLY STATE SEN'TXEL V ill be sent to single subscribers at the low rate of 01! DOLLAR FEB AHUM II ADVAICE! ! 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 -30 miles the postage will be five cents ft quarter, and all within three hundred miles ten cents per quarter. The State Sentinel will coutain the latest and most important news by telegraph, as well as the mails, an...

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

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS: SATURDAY EVEKING, AUGIST 30, 1851. The Democratic Convention. The adoption of the New Constitution makes the co llection in Indiana to be held in October, IS02, of more than ordinary importance. By the provi. eiaoa of this new organic law, the election of the following State officer will devolve on the people: A Governor; Lieutenant Governor ; Secretary, Treasurer, and Auditor of State; Superintendent of Public Instruction ; Three or live Judges of the Supreme Court, (the number yet to be fixed by the legislature.) This election will occnr hut a lew days before the great Presidential battle of 1352, and to succeed in the latter, we most be united and triumphant in the State eon test. It must be no partial victory. Tbo Whigs, knowing their weakness, will not, iu our opinion, give us general battle, but will endeavor to cut us up in detail by nominating a part of our ticket, or by running independent candidates, and conce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 September 1851

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. Exprassly for the Daily Indiana Stat Sentinel. IT THE O'irXLLT LOT. - i. fP It i t I s .V E ISS FROM CUBA!! " " THE! KP 4 KU I'llIM1? nrrLMTri.M a J 1 1 1 . UM " - w w w - ' mw mmm mi a mMkv I I ENERAL ElffTA K 1 1.LED lLOPFZ HIS WAY TO HAVANA!! ON Savannah, Sept. 1. The schooner Merchant arrived here to-day. with interesting and encouraging news from the Patriot. Since the 13th ult. Lopez and his army had encountered the Spaniards in several contests, in all of w hich the Utter had been defeated with a heavy loss. On the 17th a liattle occurred in which Gen. Elina, commander. :r r , .... , . m-ehief of Government Ibrces was killed, together with a large number of officers and men. Lopez is sow marching upon Havana at the head of 1500 or 2000 man, which is daily receiving large access-ions Irons the stirrnmiding country. The- Spanish troop are completely cowed by the frequent re verses which they have sustained. Gen. Enna was buried with great pomp in Havana o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 September 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. The Widow Will. BT BIT. A. M. SCOTT. It was a bitter night. Tbe snow bad been falling im fleecy flights during the greater portion of the day, and the cold was so intense that Utile business of any kind bad been prosecuted by the industrious and enterprising citizens of the village. Night bad succeeded day. The snow and sleet were still descendMf JK the spirit of tbe storm seemed to howl round tbe bouse, and through the fields and orchards and forests, and among the distant mountains Mr. Rowland hail returned from his counting house at an earlier hour than usual. Supper had ben serv- , composed of farmers, -.hip-builders, land speculators, , getting out of patience, at not beingable to force tbe ed, and the family had gathered around the sparkling 1 lumber merchants, &c., &c. door which Thompson had secured, collected piles fire. The children had been put to bed in an adjoin- ; Of all men, however, the queerest customer was a of wood, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 September 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. ) AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. $ WEEKLY. S WEEKLY, Per Annum, 1.0 5.0' I DAILY. VOL. XL INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1851. NO. 11 INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, O-OIRce in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS Xorth Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HAUL, AL ST NÜTbROWN, Publisher. ONE DOLLAR!! LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT! Cheap and Good Reading for the Million ! THE WEKLY STATE SENTNEL Will be sent to ingle subscribers at the low rate o" Oil DOLLAR PER AMI II Willi!! Any person sending ten subscribers will be entitied to one copy gratis. From the first of July next subscribers in Manor. County will receive their papers through the mail free of postage. At all Post Omres wit .in .SO im f. Ilm Mri,t.i"-f will Ii five ((Ills quarter, and all within three hundred miles ten ; u i e i the latest and most important news by telegraph, as . well as the mails, and will contain more reading mat- .. I' A mrv m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 September 1851

n INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM 'J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS: SATURDAY EVENING, KEPT. O, 1Mb Appointment by the Governor. A xas a M. Cutavxi-AiD.. Probate Judge of Steuben iy, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Theoron Storrs. Law Reform. We commence to-day the publication of a series of nie es, addreeeed to Gov. Wright, on (be subject of law reform. Tbey are from the pen of an aWe jurist, who has given the subject much investigation and reflection. This is an important question, and vre bespeak for these articles a eareful perusal. Cuban Revolution Disastrous Termination. The telegraph yesterday announced the disastrous and melancholy termination of this ill Tated expedition, l ne sews is doubtless correct. Lopex and bis followers have all perished. They received but little aid from the inhabitants of the island. If the Spanish authorities had conducted themselves with prudence, all attempts at revolution would have ended; bat the cruel and coldblooded murder of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 September 1851

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. Expressly for the Daily Iasitts tute Sentinel 1 It THE 0' SOLLT LINE. ARRIVAL OF THE CHEROKEE! TIE HAI EXFEDITIBI IAS FAILED ! ! LOPEZ EXECUTED ! ! ! New YoftK, Sept. d, 12 M. The Cherokee has arrived. Passengers witnessed the execution of Lopez. They my he ended his life man' fully. The total failure of the expedition is attrilmted to the delay from the separation of Col. Crittenden's command. The Patriots dispersed to the mountains, nly thirty remained with Lope. They left him without a single friend. He wandered until ran down by bloodhounds. His last words were " Adieu, dear Cuba!" Gen. Paraguay has been killed rt Page-as. The Spanish accounts say that the men in the Pampero 556 have already been killed; 436 imprisoned. Lopez declared himself deceived in regard to aid from Cuba. A meeting was held on board the Cherokee, Gen. Lane of Oregon, presiding. Resolutions were passed rJenouniri the American Consul at Havana, and de- maadm" his recall Irr the Govern...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 September 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. The Traitor Boy. AN INCIDENT OF THE REVOLUTION. The writer has been indebted to his friends for ; . e .1 i I I : ...... iL. ....k i many of the incidents which he ha s fiven to the pub-; been kindly turnuc; ana arnonjr those which 'lav ished him, is the following. It cannot fail to interest the reader on more accounts than one. To tee a boy just able to wield the rifle, engaging in the defence of his country during the American Revolution, was no uncommon occurrence. But it was a most extra-: ordinary circumstance to find one, not yet arrived at the age of maturity, fighting on the side of liberty, when his parents and all his relations were zealous i : .: .i. :. ..:.) i aucj active pmriixaus un no wpwnt- un . It may with truth be said that hundreds and thousands took side, during the American Revolution, from accident or incident; while it is not denied that the great mass of the people were actuated by principle in their resistance to tyranny aud oppression...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 September 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. SwBSfiSy I weekly. I H5gü:. S VOL. XL INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1851. NCX16. i i ' 1 . . aa aaa. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, O-OiBce ia THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS North Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW 8 HALL, AUST N H. BROWN, Publisher. ÖE DOLLAR!! LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT! ,. i i n . If II' heap ailU (lOOd Heading IOr tile Million! r . nn.TfnitTTiT THE WEEKLY STATE SEiNTLNEL Will be sent to ringU subscribers at the low rate of a mm m r n r r a mm ahmaa . w . m a. a mmmm a mm mm m ill MVU nil M II 1UII' I DUflllM llil A 111 II III ill HUrAllbl,!! 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 of postage. At all Post Ufte es within 50 miles the postage will be nve cents . a quarter, and all within three hundred miles ten cents per quarter. The State Sentinel will contain the l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 September 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS: Correspondence of the Indiana State Sentinel. Wilmington, (Del.) Sep:. 8, 1851. Mr. Editor: Perhaps a short totter from me will be of interest to your readers. MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1851. CT The vote taken on Inst Saturday afternoon, oa the This quiet city contains aboot fourteen thousand inba-1 proposition to assess a tax for lighting the city and pur- SATCRDAY EVENING, SEPT. 13, 1941. bitanu is the largest and moat business pl.tce in this chasing a town clock, resulted as follows: Siata, and has ia and aro'if t - mie -plendid manufae- I GAS. tunag establishments. The Brauuyw me I louring Mills in tUe northern part of tho city, are noted for lUa quan- titv aad quality of the flour they produce. The Ions established and justly celebrated powder mills, woolen and cotton factories, and possessions of the 1 3j Ward . a . . ti 1 .-- - I i'lessis. utipont , commence ujj nie am hbuj w .. ar,l 8am Brenton claimed by th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 September 1851

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. Prom the Louumll and Madison Papers.) From Washington. Washijictow, Sept. 9. Official iispatches were received al tbe Navy Departtnrat, yes tertiär, from Commodore Piatt, of the sloop of war Albany, staun? that by permission of tbe Caplain General, he visited 35 of the Ameiican prisoners confined at Havana, and, upon contemn! Willi Cant. and Lieut Grinder and Baker, thev cite him a n:rrative of the proceedings of the fcApeelition the sailing of ihe Pampero. Tbe wbule party manifested much imlijn it ion towards Gon. Lopes and tiie editor of the Delta, at New Orleans, for deceiving them with lilse representations, that Cuba waa in a slate at revolt. Upon learning that Gen. Lope had been taken, cries of joo and exaltation ran through the prisoners. The President, upon receipt of despatches. cnt coples to the Spanish minister, with a view farther to enforce appeals already m i.i to the 6 punish government, now, since the leaders of tbe expedition have been rut oft...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 September 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Proa the Saturday Gaiette. A Story of a Nose. BT AS OLD BACHELOR. I am a woman hater; and, of course, an old bachelor, rather eccentric, nay friends amy decidedly eccentric. I had made up my mind at the age of seventeen to despise the sex. I regarded them as interested and selüsh, with but one aim, and that was matrimony, to accomplish which, they would make use of all sorts of deceptions and arts, until they had secured their victim, and then, and not till then, they would exhibit their true colors. Hence, though I had often been solicited, by my friends, to make the acquaintance of very agreeable young ladies, I had always stoutlv refused. But mats revenona a notre mouton. I was one day walking along rather musingly, when I came in sudden collision with two young ladies. I made rather a hurried apology for running against them, which they graciously received, and then passed on. I looked back at the young ladies accidentally, and perceived that one of them ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 September 1851

THE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. BROW5, Editor. AUSTIN II. BROWN. Publisher. WEEKLY. WEEKLT, Per Annum, l.OO I DAILY, 3.00 VOL. XI. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1851. NO. 17. INDIANA STATE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, Office in THE SENTINEL BUIIDIN-So Aim A Side Washington, mar Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HAT.T., AUSTI N H. BROWN, Publisher. CWE DOLLAR!! LET THESE BE MORE LIGHT! Cheap and Good Readinjfor the Million! THE WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL Will be sent to tingle subscribers at the low rate of Hi It IUI PER AMI II AM! .v K.WU uuiii ii sumuucn ... cmtied to one copy gratis. From the first ol July next subscribers in Marion County will receive their papers through the mail free of postage. At all Post I n - r--0. 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 mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 September 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTLNEI it WILLIAM J. BROWN; Editor. INDIANAPOLIS; SATURDAY EVENING, SEPT. 0, 18. Resistance to Law. Tbe Fugitive Slave Law cannot be executed, say the Northern Abolitionists. " It is a dead letter on thr statute book." Tbe religious sentiment of the country has been outraged by its passage, and the slumbering vengeance of a just God awaits its projectors, says Auditor Ellis. We cannor have our rights in the Union the N rth steal our negroes and murder their owners if they attempt to reclaim them, aay tbe Southern disunTbe recent outrage and murder in Pennsylvanui is th 1 loht, wood ta kindle another flume of resist - . e- . " " .. . , en ce . Uuxt and Union-losing Alarvlantl now speaks o taking the law into her awn hands. In the following, . which is from the pan of El wood Fisher, of tbe Southern Press, there is a concealed I told you ao evidence of exultation: '- If our design had been to destroy the Union, and to aggravate agitation, we would have advised our frie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 September 1851

mm BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH Prom the Louiaville aad M diso a Paper ) From Cincinnati. CkEAT FIRE DENNISON HOUSE BURNED. CiNciNttATi, Sepi. 17. The Dennison H use was burned tuia morning. The Are caugul in the stables. Insurance $15,500. From New York. ADDITIONAL FO.IEIGN NEWS. New You, Sept. 16, 8 P. M. P:s, Th'-rsday Eyeni.no, Sept. 4. Still further arraats ut' conspirators have been made to-day The whole number ul arrests uow amount to one hundred and twenty-five. A general social revolution was the object of the conspiracy. ArrraiA. Oir advices from Vienna are tothe31t tilt. Toy leprcscnt the attitude of the people in relatioa to the recent edict as alarming and threatening. Italy Thert is mush excitement in Rome incomequeuve of the breaking open and searching of the rooms of SiTiioi- A ir-1-arnlo, in the Palace- Quirinal, as is sup- j psed, bv order of the Pope. Tue Stgoor is a high oth- j Cial, under secretary to the State Senate. BilciDM. The Chamber of Belgium was prorogued en t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 September 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Blitz in a Tight Place. Signor Blitz is well known throughout this county as the prince of magicians and ventriloquists, who can hocuavocu anything into other places in the most inexplicable and mysterious manner while his audience are wrapt in astonishment at his astounding feats. He can also throw his voice into any spot within hearing distance, and can imitate the language of animals theniselvf s. He is noted for his tact and self-possession, and f usually equal to any emergen cy in which he finds himself placed. ' We never knew the Signor " set back " and completely " flabbergasted "but once, and then it happened in a country town in Connecticut on this wise. The Signor, contrary to his usual custom, had consented to stop at tliis town on his route through New England by the assurance of certain persons that it would pay him well for the trouble, as amusements were scarce, and the " free list" small. He accor dingly gare a short series of performances in ...

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