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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 29 March 1855

r l WEEKLY 4. 1 N STATE SENT tf .. n JPjJLjo J. G. WALKEU & T. 15. HOLCOMBK, EDITORS. lTliLlSIIKl) EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, AT TWO DOLLARS A YEAR. 10. W. COTTOM, PUBLISHER VOL. XIV. INDIANAPOLIS, ' INDIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 2!), 1855. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, TWO DOLUMW PEK YEAH, INVARIABLY IS ADVANCE. ITT AJJrvs P4 pUl, YVALKKR & COTTOM, liuluuwpolis, luJ. J. C. WALKER, Prvtpridtor. Foreign Ignorance. Tt is alleged that foreigners cannot in five year acquire a 'knowledge of our institutions. This argument, if put into a syllogism would read thus : Ignorant persons should not vote foreigners are ignorant therefore foreigner should not vote. Now, according to our political system, as long established, ignorance is.no disqualification. The census-returns show a very appalliug amount of ignorance among our Native American population particularly in the slave States ; but Bishop Hopkins seems the only man bold enough to demand that voters should be examined o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 29 March 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL let u iliiijj to tin? Ci.rutitutioii :n tiie wari.ter flings to the la-4 jdank when lite uigUl aud the t.-mpr-t close around hiiu." IN'DIAXAI'OLIS: THURSDAY. MARCH 29, 1055. The Veto Power. and brings with it, in the very nature of things, an amount of ml turn which it requires great moral courage to encounter. It exposes him to the immediate humiliation of having the Bill he has vetoed passed over his head ; the offence given to the advocates of the law is the sure forerunner of unpopularity and abase, both in the National Legislature and among the people ; and, however righteous may be the course which he has adopted, his The authority ly which one man n vested t T. a , - . 4.IU4 A.VllO V 4 Attr4 44b444 11 1 44 IV t 444444 4-4JW with the light t veto or suspend the action of a legislative lxlyi is emiueutly conservative in it character, and is designed by the tVamers of Constitutions t opetate as one t" the mauy checks and balances of Government Exercised, as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 29 March 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL 07" By reference to our commercial column, it will lc seen that we have effected an arrangement with one of the fust Provision Dealers in the city of New York, to furnish Ui weekly with a full ami reliable retort of the New York Provision Market. The benefit of this arrangement will W appreciated by our readers generally. SCFERINTENTENT OP THE I. & I R.UI.Boah. Tha Courier at Lafayette, and the Journal of this city, suggest Mr. NoETH for Superintendent of the L. & I. Railroad, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Mr. DotBix. We know of no man whom we would rather see occupying the position than Mr. X. ; r.or do we think the Conijutny could select a man who would be. more acceptable in all respects. Mr. North was for a long time conductor on one of the trains on the Road, in which capacity ho was deservedly popular. lie is a practical man well acquainted with the duties of a Suporintendency, and we teel confident that the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 29 March 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL CO" The following lines breathe the spirit of genuine joey. We welcome our youthful correspondent to our columns, and hope to be frequently favored with, hi contribution : For the Daily State Sentinel. THE SPIRIT RKIDK. V t- C. BILE.lRN. Adella. I know thou art watching i!mv mo. And uanling tuv sorrowful iwUiwav below ; 1 kins thou art w at. lung, for well did'st thou love me Our uli wort? united for weal or for wk. How lovou in S-wing tone we wandered 'mi.l f! iwnn, Aud followed Ui J brooklet through meadow ami glade Or t inel w re.uli while rehhg in Jessamine bower-, Waero oft-tini.- iu summer we merrily played. We knw not, we eared not, nor dreamed of the mar row, Xor Untight lit that with u forever jouM stay, P.ut hovering o'er thee, t!e Angel of Sorrow IVss-vixdexl, ami took lliee to Heaven away, Thou gon fMm our presence, departed our gladne, Our heart now bewail ihee in darkness and gloom. Then mourning with sorrow and drooping with sadness, We planted t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 5 April 1855

j. C. WAI.KKK & T. li. HOIAOMI.E, EDITORS. rri!i.isii:i) kvkky tiu iisday mqijxing, at two dollars a yeah. IC. W. CoTToM, IT15I.ISIIER VOL. XIV. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, THUUSDAY MORNING, APRIL 5,-1855. NO. 4G r WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, hWA Sftftlf mi TWO POLLAUS PUK YEA1I, I.WAR1ABI.Y IN ADVANCK. .i J.Ir, P.M-paul, WALKER A COTTOM, liulianapoli. luJ. J. i WALKKR, Pr...riet.r. Hon. Jesae D. Bright. This gentleman is now a visitant at this city, and may 1j found by hi- numerous friends at the Palmer House. His health seems excellent, ami his spirits none the less fresh an. I buoyant for the labors undergone during the lata ses.Mon of Congress in liis service as President of the Senate and Vice President of the Uuited States. In every capacity in which Mr. Brioh r has served the public, his efficiency has proved commensurate with the exigencies of the times, and equal to the most sanguine expectations of his admirers. Possessed of an indomitable will aud an energy of intellect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 5 April 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL 1 el 'is rlirs to Uic t'oitMttuimu Ilie mariner cling? t) Cie Ul jL:ifc wli. u trie nui.t huJ tiie teni,est close arutiru! hiiu." TnTdTanTnThTLis: THURSDAY. APRIL 5, 1855. Glorious News from the Queen City! The Democracy Triumphant ! ! teat Mtr, Rosetta. The slave case is not finally disposed of. The Marsh.il ha. Wen required by Judge Parker to show cause why he shouhl not be punished for contempt for arresting the girl after Parker had declared her free ; and he was to bo heard on Saturday. The Commis sioner will give his decision on Tuesday. Democratic Meeting in Washington County. The democracy held a meeting iti Salem at the court house on the tilth hist,, and organized a Democratic Association. The ad- dress of the Association to the people of Washington is excellent. We give an extract : fin nntuiticTifj ofriiT.1 t." mil thoir flair on XT I 1- . . . ; .....V. . . . qii. i .ra f pj, i ' .4 4 . . . . . . . . , c 1Wk iw in uu -. t , b- h a.hamed to meet us p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 5 April 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL CT The " Spring Fever " i now paying it annual visit, ami is unusually severe in its attacks. Where two or three are gathered together upon a store lox, talk and whittle, is made the order of the day. The afiairs in the Crimea are satisfactorily settled, the next President is elected and the neighbor and J COMMERCIAL. Ol Mi k or TtIK DvHV Mill! Skntiski J InihilHOnoliK. April 3. l.t,.V. , KI.OUK. ,S.nirEi.l."i f bid. whole-silc; sJMt rt-lil. j ( l)KX M K. L. ifK'. J bu. wholesale; ;.". retail. I YHK..T.-I.G0 l.u. ! CORN. IS a.Mh: n. ' ovrs. 3;i3.:oo. t t.u. HA V. lit t lun. HOT TOKS Al.-i.". I Lil. whole.:.!.". S1.4nul.Cu re- passers bv generally receive a critical exaraina-' tad. . . " , , ,i SKKDS.( lover ).eii p bu. w h.dcsale. ST.. "hi r.-ta'd: Hon. 2s o one is in a quarrelsome mood, and yHX 91. w bu.; Tim.uhv ..ui p t.u. whole:.... all are willing to submit to any proposition S SiT3 bu" . Uk .1 -.,.,,;.. 4 4l IT k .... . PKOV.IONS. Ra.k Mont 7 . P ft,: Kho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 5 April 1855

Us. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL Bill Poole's Funeral. Our readers need not bo alarmed by the title of thi article. We have to bring Bill lack to life, now and then, for good j-urvoies. W request all our readers who hare any respect for religion to read this article, which 13 from the Ohio Farmer. Every body who ha3 read the papers of the last fortnight", has been astonished at the ftrangi: phao of American life presented in the streets of New York on Sundav, March 11. Then and there, the largest procession t-ver marshaled in our metropolis ; miles of men on foot, on hoiseback, and in carriages ; four thousand persons, looked upon by a hundred thousand others, lining streets, filling windows, covering roofs, and perched on trees, followed to the grave Mr. Bill Iole, pugilist, keeper of grog-shop, patriot, and rowdy in general, who a few days before received his death-wound in a bar room tight, itself the result ( f hi pa-t life of diabolism ; received it while offering t Cht his opponents ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 12 April 1855

WEEKLY 'INDIANA .r QfW A HP j? 14 III 1 MINE JLlo J. C. WALKKU i T. I!. 1I0M1UBE, EDITOR PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MOUXIXG, AT TWO DOLLARS A YEAR. CC. W. COTTO.M, PUBLISHER VOL. XIV. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1853, NO. 47 WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, ,ttth .Shtfl, mt TWO VIM YKAlt, INVAKIABLY l.N ADVANCK. jrj jiMtf, Pvwt-jwiJ, WALKKR & I'OTTOM, liKlianapolU, linl. J. C. WALKER, Proprietor. Insults to the Germans. The German are constitutionally peaceful and unobtrusive. The outrages and injustice to which they were subjected by the rowdies iu Cincinnati belonging to the Native American party, would make a worm turn iu resistance. Mauy of them are credulous, and ready to believe that tb Native Americans seek their actual ezto uu'.-iattoti ; and there is much in the conduct of that party to w arrant such a conclusion. Suppose that a band of German bullies had marched from their part of the city and seized and destroyed the ballot boxes in the American war...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 12 April 1855

V WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL Ettarai mad out from the Eleventh and Twelfth Wards. let as cling to the ConMitntion as the mariner clings to the U.-4, plank when the night ami the tompcsl clone around hint. INDIAOLIsI" THURSDAY. APRIL 12, 1855. Notice. The fir.t two numbers of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel were sent to the subscribers of the LaPorte Republican Times, to fill up the interim between the cessation of the publica tion cf the latter and its recommencement under Dr. Everts. Those of our northern friends who desire to receive the CERTIFICATES OF ELECTION GIVEN all the Democratic Candidates. Fnran and others Sworn into Office. Judges cf elections in the 11th and The 12th wards made out certificates stating the number of votes cast for each candidate, and the Clerk, on receiving the certified re turns from the Eleventh and Twelfth Wards, as given above, ISSUED CERTIFICATES Sentinel regularly will please OF ELECTION TO ALL THE DEMO- morning, aad enters forward us their names, a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 12 April 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. M. S. & N. I. B. R. The Michigan Southern and Northern Indiana Railroad, uueffected by the stringency in monetary affairs, is now doin a most extensive business. The line traverses the best counties of Northern Indiana, and couuecU Chicago with Toledo, through a distance of almost two hundred and fifty mile. The through travel, from east to west, and rice versa, which avails itself of this road is immense. Four passenger train are run daily each way, yet they are scarcely adequate to the demands upon the company. During the past week, one train, embracing sixteen first class cars, and run by two engines, conveyed from Toledo to Chicago eleven hcndred passengers. Another train, a few dap afterwards, transported nine hundred passenger. The energetic management of the M. S. & X. I. R. R. is, of itself, a high commendation of the executive officers of the company, among whom it always affords us pleasure to mention the name of the present w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 12 April 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL Translated from tho German Republican, of March ITi'i, ur the Sumo S:i. THE'DEAl) 1! II IDE. FOUNDED OX FACT. BT J. C. HICKEL. Iu Pari, that great Babel, lived the Mar qui of St. Varennes, the richest of noble men, the most loveable and polished of com i l jamous. lie spoke nearly ail living languages ; was a bold rider, an excellent fencer, and a renowned dancer. An income of a million of francs enabled him to lead a life of tho utmost elegance. His horses were of the purest bio!. Lis equipages of the most tasteful description, his dwelling a model, and he himself the glass of fashion for the whole Parisian world, which confessed with envy that he was in everything, inimitable. The Udie-, high and low, rich and poor, were in love witU the Marquis ; he paid court to them with genuine French gallantry ; but none could boast that she had made an impression on his heart. He was like a butterfly, fluttering from flower to flower, bathing in fragrance, but flying aw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 19 April 1855

WEEK j NMANA STATE NIL. j. C. WALKER T. B. HOLCOMBE, EDlTOliS.3 PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY MOUSING, AT TWO DOLLARS A YEAR. LC. W. COTTOM, PUBLISHER VOL. XIV. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 19, 1855. NO. 48 7T - . ft WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL FukU.htd tmtrjf Thmrmdmy .Itmrmimf mm m .Ham ammth ttHt, ml TWO DOLLARS PER YKAIl, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. A JJre, Post-paU, WALKER & COTTOM, Indianapolis, luJ. J. C. WALKER, Proprietor. Cuba. Some events which have not yet occurred, may nevertheless be considered fixed facts. 1. It is written in the book of fat that Cuba will belong to the United States. It is only a question of time and circumstance, The occupant of a house is bound to have possession of his own street door. 2. Whenever the United States take the Island, now or an hundred years hence, it will give mortal offense to France and Eng land; and if those powers do not interfere it will be because they dare not. These propositions are political axioms : Cuba must...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 19 April 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, I v. ui ci:Um i' vvutriHuu iu uini it. i i.s iv Ui Usl plank Uiu the nigUl aud tlio ttjinpcst i-Iom around bim." INDIANAPOLIS: THURSDAY. APRIL 19, 1855. Cuba Again. The Journal of Friday comments with tartness on our remarks in reference to Cuba. As is iwiul with lawyers who have a bad cause, and aim to divert attention from its weakness, the nw' makes a ialse issue. The wish to see Cuba redeemed and regenerated -the dire tohavc her enter this confederation of free and independent states as a voluntary member thereof, in full fellowship, is treated as if it was a coveting of our neighbor' good.-. The generous and spirited men, who are willing to aid the Caban pitrioti ia throwing off the yoke of Spanish tyranny are represented as highway robbers. It ii true we said it was written in the book cf fate that Cuba would belong to the United States. And so she ,will ; but her aiseiitlon will be the spontaneous embrace cf a lovinj tLtcr long separated from her natura...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 19 April 1855

WEEKLY STATE SEXTKBt McMta. W learu, from the Sullivan Democrat, that on Monday, the 9th inst., about sundown, a man named Stephen Pitts was kllld by one David IIoxxell, in New Brunswick, Clay county, Ind. The circumstance attending the killing we understand to be as follows : Howell was disputing with some one about a debt, when becoming excited he seized a broad-axe, and rushed at the person with whom he M as disputing. Pitts, who was standing by and not a party to the dispute, intercepted him and took the axe from his possession ; this so enraged HonWELL that he seized a club and beat him to death. Fitts, wo are told, had a brother kill ed in an affray, about a year ago, very near the same place. Hoksell made his escape. A reward of fifty dollars is offered for his apprehension. He is described a3 below medium size, thick set, black hair, keen black eyes, spare, bony fac4, with high cheek bones, and is about thlrty-fif yeara old. Scicnt BT DROwsrso. On Tuesday last, says the Dayt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 19 April 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL IThe following line, though somewhat out of season, are none the les beautiful. They are from tli pen of the gifted ami talented alitor of the Ij Porte Tim, from which excellent Journal we copy t!icui : MARCH. T O. BVKRTS. Waiting, waiting, ever waning. Through the dreary month of March; Cold and dreary nionih of March: Spring's bright blossoms ail beiating Grass, and uowers,anl loves Delating Dreary, weary month of March " Chili Ice. chilling, mind and foeling, Slowly wear the hour awav : Ka-i-iU , roughly torn away ! like to drunken monsters reeling, Morin and tempest, madly reeling, Bear the stiffened hourt away. Streak of sunlight on the meadow. Falling like a veil of gold Sinning like a stream of gold ! Follow eJ by a dismal shadow Oarken.'.t by a irloomy sha.low, In a moin(il grow as cold Cold at aimer, nlght-entoll,d. Mmintr rises with soft lustre hi her bright benignant lace; Full of grace ! How sweet her face ! Rut erv non. with noise and tinker, 't hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 26 April 1855

9t WEEKLY MDIANA STAT 1 j SEN r FINE -ijo J. C. WALKER T. 15. HOLCOMBE, EDITORS. rUBLISHEl) EVEltY TlIUliSDAY MORNING, AT TWO DOLLAIiS A YEAR. C. V. COTTOM, PUBLISHER VOL. XIV. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 26, 1855. NO. 49. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL BUBLISHTD EVERY THURSDAY MORNING OX A MAMMOTH SHEET, AT TWO DOLLAKS PKIl YKAll, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. 3TJ A Jdreu, Post-paid, WALKER & COTTOM, Indiana Kilis, In.l. J. C. WALKER, Proprietor. College Studies We had the pleasure of an interview with President Daily, a few days since, and were furnished with a catalogue of the Indiana University. Notwithstanding the fire, the institution U in a flourishing condition. The present number of students U two hundred aid thirty ; we hope the number will soon be five hundred. The necessary funds have been raised, and the new buildings aro progressing rapidly. The course of study, as shown in the catalogue, embraces the Latin and Greek languages, as usual in most of our co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 26 April 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, j 1 let m dim to U6 Constitution as the mariaer ilin V the Ut pUak when the night n1 ilio tempest cUmn around bin," "INDIANAPOLIS: ' THURSDAY", APRIL 26. 1855. New Albany Politics. Our readers doubtless remember the ' Card" of Mr. Bram.ky, of New Albany, published in our juper of Friday morning, in which that gentleman declines standing a j-oll for City Councilman, and urging a a reason therefor, that the fall Demociatic vote of the city could not bo polled, except at the hazard of violence an I bloodshed. In view of j matt whose veracity cannot be questioned. Sir. k.'s "Card is a substantial and emphatic corroboration of what we stated in our comment upon the '"Card"' of Mr. Bradley: For the Now Al'uny Loticer. To the Voters of New Albany. Mr. Editor Having been announced as a candidate for the office of Citv Attorney at Will Sebastopol ever Tali. The aliovc question is thus answi rod lv an . . uiny correspond: nts ot the jjondn:. Times: "The actual works of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 26 April 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL GOrThe following beautiful picture of the "pious old man," we clip from that best of American literary publications, the Home Journal t THE OLD MA LEANED 0 fllS FRIENDLY STAFF. The old man leaned oa LU frleodly siaJ, Wli a lottery tup aad alow. At he picked hi way of a Sunday mora. To tu cturca wtw be loved to go. Ill hair wa white, and he arcely knew A friend a he pa seed hi in hy, Ro feeble and frmi wa hi memory now, Aad ao dim vu hi clouded eye. Be tat a bome-mad thalr at cburcb, la rnjntcf lb preacher stand. And listened, a If In a pleasant dream, 1 o & words of a bur land. The nnlihl foil on bis silver lock, And hi whit hair turned to rold ; Ana I fancied a auolUrbt shooe from heaven On the heart of that pilgrim old 1 Bat the aatumn leave have fallen now, A q1 the old man !epe below We MTer shall e him pas aala, WUb hi toUehn step and alow. From the LouUvUl Journal. I ALIIE." at at-rtf t. a.aaia. I have (razed oa her beauty At tw Uljrnt'i still...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 26 April 1855

" " '. " - From the Louisville Time. HKTI'IIS OF SPRISti. "7 ST II. TUOSSTOS tta-. 1 know by Uie song tlMl Uie blu bird ting ', 1 know by 1 a streamlet's voice, Thst the rose-wreatiied lorutsof Uie wl-i Spring, 0r tHe upland now rejoice ; 1 know the scent ofthe priiuro pale--Bv the violet's szure eye, Taat the sprite of Spring bas'beon iu the Tale. TUatthe Winter said " Good by ." I know by the hum of the bee that flies Toine sweet leafed nisple there. That the buds have opened their dewy eye At tit kiss of th warm South sir ; 1 know by the trout, a ha all day play On th rocks Oeneslh the niitt, That the gentle foot of Sprlug now tray. Warm and soft oVr stream aud hill. And 1 knew by the bob'link'sesrly song, As It echoes clear and wild ; Ry the winds s they sport in glee along, That the Queen of Sprinir, smiled. 1 kuowr by the d.gwoods gorgsous bloom ; By "lb craUree's gorgeous dress; Uy lhe nawth jrn's delightful rich ert'ume. Hut they've foil Sprint care. I knots' by the coo of l...

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