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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 2 October 1856

State Sentinel THE WEEKLY SENTINEL. A I.ARU8 MAMMOTH SHEET,, It issued evey THTJESD1T from th offle 32e EAST WASHINGTON STBEET A a-1 sent to subscribers, la all parts of the United State FOR TWO DOLLARS PER AMMJM. Two copies for $3. Fte oples for $7. Teneoplesfor Ii. Twenty copUW one iJra, lO. IO Additions may at all time be made to a dab at the price paklbj those already In It. - V Th PoTot on the "inn stati utirniiiL,an Vy mall for oae year. Is asiollows: Whhtnlhe County Free. Within the State 13centi. Within the United Slate tS WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPT. 24. 1356. m rEEKJLY INDIANA STATE ENTINEIL. Pennsylvania Election. The Fusionists are moving Heaven and Earth, in a political sense, to carry the October elections In Pennsylvania. An almost nerfect combination of the FlLLXORK and Fremont partie3 exist, so far a3 the State ticket ia concerned. The great effort of the FaiMoxTEa's ia to use the influence of the October election, so as to make it tell upon the November election in Pen...

Publication Title: Weekly Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 2 October 1856

Sentinel Tho Unholy Union of Temporalities and Spiritualities. The Journal and kindred prints, with the Black Republican orators and members of Congress, and all of that ilk. indirectly, if cot directly, by inviting the priesthood and the religious bodies and organizations with which they are connected, to interfere, as such, in political affairs, are taking the initiatory steps, ?hich, if successful, will lead to a Union of Church and State. It is evident that many cf the priesthood are dissatisfied with the present voluntary system by which they are supported, and that they are seeking to lecome government stipendiaries. Are the people prepared for a step of this character ? The main element of strength in the Black Republican party is religious fanaticism. The priesthood, to a great extent, have forgot their holy calling, and have become political partisans. Politics are in all their thoughts. They preach, talk, write, and pray partizan politics, and upon all occasions and under ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 2 October 1856

ftlcckln Sentinel "A Eight for Buehhnaaitet. Male Interference The teller or me - M ..1-1-1 .. . .n.t . Under this caption, the Jwrna of this Wrlur lleione. nursing portrays the Bufferings of a family I e publish, to-dav, a communication ad- w ho had moved to Kansas from Kentucky, dressed to tho Governor of Indiana by the THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 2, l8-6- and had been, as tho Journal very delicately I f;tato officers of Michigan, signed in their I ox r reuses it, "driven out by the Buchanan official capacity, of a most extraordinary Secret Circular Black Republicanism has a strong affinity I men, and, robbed of every dollar they had character. If any evidence is needed to for secresy and deception. It fears open in the world." No one will bo at a loas Latisfy the minds of tho heretofore doubtful daylight, ft elear field and, a fair fight, and Us I discover the motive of tho Journal iu seeking .1S tQ luo revolutionary designs of the Fre- authors and publishers to mark its pater- v fir ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 2 October 1856

An Amuiine Story. That "they who dance must pay the piper," is a sayirg well illustrated in the following anecdoto, sent to us by a friend for preservation in thi Drawer. t;Ii may not be new," he lays, "wlere the parties are known for the Blory has been tuld in print before, by one who was at cne time a resident of the county where the circumstances occurred but it will be new to the great majority of your readers.-" Sam happened to arrive at the pleasant Tillage of S , ot mild autumn eve ning, and "put up" at its only tavern; and a3 ha entered he heard "music and dancing in an upper chamber." The landlord, who was an old acquaintance, told him that a ball was going on in the hall above. "Come, Sam, go up; there'll bo fun and good music." "Can't do it," aid Sam, "havn't the trimmings; (he was a hatter and knew the value of trimming,) look at my shirt. 'TtfOuldn't do." "Never mind that," said his friend, "I can give you a ahirt of my own," and, stepping into an adjourning room, he br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 9 October 1856

.TilK WEHKL i'SKNTlNJJiT "X I.IIIOK MAMMOTH SI1BKT, Is issned svey THURSDAY from the oflles 32 ' EAST WASHINGTON STREET Avt jrtnlt rlbr. In all nartaof the CntlM Stat FOli TWO DOLLARS PEIi ANNUM. Tooptofort3. Fire eopie lor 7. Tearoplesfot Ili. 1 weutr copies to oneaJJruM.t.'O. . It!" Addition may at all tlmea b mad to a clab at Ua vrU- pata by Iboasalreail; la IV. The P.Taa on tht Wiuu Stats Fimtinki., tud by mall far one year, U mMIowi: wtuiinina t oaiuj ......Frae. WuAm tb Stale UceuU Within the United States tj Doings In Kansas. By St. Louis papers of the 23th, we have Kansas dates to the 15th. Oa that day s council was held at Franklin, including all the officers of Gen. Reio'8 army, which, by the Governor's proclamation, had been ordered to disband. Governor Geabt addressed the council. Ke wanted them to disband and zq home. He wa3 determined to enforce the laws, to establish peace, and secure every man in hi rights and property. Gen. Atchison made a speech, lie re viewed the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 9 October 1856

Sficekto JlmtkL THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 9, 1C Speech of Hon- Howell Cobb. Hon. Ho weil Cobb, of Georgia, arrived in our city, on Saturday morning, on bis w ay to Fort Wayne, to attend the gTeat Democratic AUss Meeting to 1, held there to-morrow. The Democrats of Indianapolis male arrangement have Mr. Cobd address them in the-evening, at Mas nic Hall. TVirfairioral having been umnniinccJ,but a few tours -.vticeof the meeting could be given. ; The Urge and spacious Hall, however, was Idled t- oversowing with an assemblage of intelligent aod anxious listener. Mr, (V speech was one of those powerful and eloquent ef forts which have give't Uiru a reputation as extensive as the Union itself. He com menced by referring to the einbairassment under, which ha labored in consequence of being a Southern man and the strong feeling of prejudi?e and sectional animosity which Lad been excited in the minds of Northern people against himself and his brethren at home, by fanatical, bigoted and narrowmi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 9 October 1856

The Mas3 Meeting of Yesterday! THE LAST C.IIF.AI l)KMOSTH A.TION OF THE g.:feO. 1 MartllnK KipMuro-Infanion, .fj?."? " r : . .1 i,rit,. a LiiiLnliii-Farewariied rearm- ed-Ue Frtpareil fur lheu A gentleman from Chicago with whom wa are intiraitely acquainted, and in whom we have the utmost confidence, informs us of one of the most bold, daring and unscrupulous games of the Black Republican leaders of that city, that was ever attempted by any political party, to operate upon the approach ing elections in this State, ia Ohio and Penn sylvania. Ia accordance with tho Proclamation of Governor Gearr, an election wad held in Kansas, on Monday, the 6th uistant for Delegate to Congress and members of the Territorial Legislature. For weeks past it has been announced by Abolition letter writers ia that Territory, and by the Abolition press throughout the coautry, that the Free State men would take no part in the election. It has boon agreed, between those men and their friends in the States, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 9 October 1856

Our. Firat Nure RiJit d0WD, and l'U tell vu about it. Charley Sd I were eced; and ai youth conies but and I.were ecg , conoles Vi.mA curUins, fine furniture MM. we sot mamea, ana itui wj,. - . to grow - pr.pV t f-hley did not to theSamond, and satins the shopteeper Hashed iu my eye,, I did not give them a tWU. We had some nice book8aid some choke engraviugs. You might hare got -in-to many a parfor on which hundreds had EU lavished; and lined ours all he letter when you came back. Still it wanted aome-thing-that vra both agreed; for no honse can be said to be properly to" afcay. Well, Christmas day brousht ua one, weighing the usual eight pounds, and an lively aa a cricket. Such lungs it had! Charley said it wai intended for a minister. Well, now it was all right; at least it would Lave been if the baby had not involved a nurse. We had, to be sure, a vague idea that we must have one, and as vague an iden of what a nurse was. We thought her a xood kind of creature who understood babyd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 16 October 1856

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL. A I.UIUE MAMMOTH 6HKET, Is issued evey TIITJSSDA.T from tie office 32 EAST WASHINGTON STREET AnA seat to utcrfrs,ln nil rartof tho United State FOR TWO DOLLAKS PER ANNUM. Two copies for $3. Five copies for $7. Ten eojlefor $14. Twenty eoplesto one i4rM, t.H). ll r Addf kins may at all tirnea be made to a cfob at tha price pail by those aln-ady in it. The Potasb on the Wxixlt Stat a SiMTiHiL,anJ by nail forone year.ta aafollows: Within lh County Free. Within tho State l:tcents. Within the UniteJ States 53 WEEKLY INDIANA m a Fin n M n -ui ,. -i iA .U . ENTINEIL JWkral democratic ptej jer geutfefo to fe Warn aito toe f literate of raitrj. IARRABEE. BINGIIAM & CO LPUBLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Showing their Hands. The Journal of this morning very faintly protests against striking cut the came of Jobs V. Dawson, from their ballots, by the Fbemoxtees, simply because he was once a friend and supporter of FiiXMoas. The Journal i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 16 October 1856

Meelttojcutmel THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 16, 1336. Democrat totand to Your Guns. ' The election on Tuesday is indicative of one sirgle fact about which the Democracy reed r.o: have tho slightest Rppretiensi Indiana U wfa fcr Bcchasas and Brscxisridos, beyond any possible doubt or contingency. The retards ai far a-t received, up to the prefect writing, ara net sufficient to enable us to predict witli certainty, ta election of Wuxard and othsr candidates oa the Democratic State ticket, yet they afford us every -round to hope that such has been the result. If return? yet to com? in, stall unexpectedly tarn tho scales against us, it doea not abate one iota from the great undeniable fact that the electoral vot2 of Indiana will be given to ErcaA5AX and Bieckiskidoe. Let every Democrat x that fact indelibly upon his mind, and nerve himself once mora for the r.w. W say to our friends, lUcd by your gena relax not aa effort yield not oae jot r tittle o that determinant which you entered upon the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 16 October 1856

State Sentinel DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. JAMES BUCHANAN, OF l-k.N.NSTLVA.MIA. VOH VICE PBESIDEST, JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, or K EXIT CRT. KLF.C'TOHAL TICKET. UHAIIAM N. FITCil, of Caw. SAMUEL II. BUSKIRK, of Monroe. I V. P. Parrott, of Warrick. 11 S. K.Wolf, of Iliirridon, III 8. W. SaoET, of Lawrence. IV D. Jone, of Franklin. V Edxcxd Johssos, of Henry, VI Martix 31. IUt, of Shelby, VII James II. IlASSA,of Vigo, VIII J. S. McClelland of Clinton, IX Oapnr.ua Everts, cf Liporte, X F. P. K as pall, of Allen, XI S.S. Mickl, of AdacH. GL02I0XT3 YICTOBY THE TSITJMPH OF I3DIA3A TEHOCBACY. Tha Democracy of Indiana have achieved a triiiropli unequal- ia tho annate of political warfare. They fought tha combined isms of the day, rhat was deemed ly them a certain defeat, bit " we met the enemy and the y are ours." From all parts of the State the news is most -rratifrios? and tha victory i3 una not to 0 m 9 any portion, bnt to the united and invincible Dsmoi-rtfT of Indiana. We have overcome a major...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 16 October 1856

iseeHaneonsr .Climatology of tho Union. - ' Europe anl America, and especially Germany, acd the United States of North America, are in so many respects so very intimately connected, that a communication on the climatology of this country may bo well justified. The great changes in .temperature In one and the aame places in the Unitod States, will first occupy our attention, the coast of the Pacific ocean, which haa nearly a European climate, being excepted from our remarks. The heat in eumnicr. time U nearly a tropical one. Fruits which only ripen in tropical countries, and which need but a single summer for their full growth, thrive exceedingly well in the Southern States on the Mississippi, and from our principal products of exportation. The isothermal line of eighty degrees Fahrenheit, which embraces all tho States on the Mexican Oalf, does not touch Europe at all, anJ can only be found to a small extent ia Sicily ; and cvea there only on the Mediterranean coast of Africa. ' The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 23 October 1856

TIIE WEEKLY SENTINEL. A LARGE MAMMOTH ellEKT, . Ia Issaed avey THTBSDAY from tin offles 32a' EAST "WASHINGTON STKEET Aal wnl to tnbTlbn,la all part of the United RUU . FOR TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. Twaeopietfor S3. Fire copies for $7. Tencoplesfor fl. Twenty ooplesto one address, $90. JTJ Additions may al all time be made lo a dab at thi price paid by those already In ll. - The Port km en the Wimr Stats SirnmL,iD4 h mall for one year, is atfollowi: Wltala ths County.. .........Free. Within the State.. ...... .. 13 cents. Within the United States.. S3" INDIA TAi JLLi Bemoxratic Hjier DMrteir to te litton aitU foe $ntett$ts!of mx), IABRABEE. BKGITAM & CO. LPURLISnED EVERY TIIURSDAY MORNING. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. VOLUME. XVI. IIV 2 f A? A POI.SS, IK3IArTA, TIIUMSPAY MORKIIVG, OCTOBER 24, 185C. NUMBER 23. The Ball Owned Firit Blow Struck. The Election Beturn. f -ye hare stated, and repeated the etate- We give a corrected table of the majoridw menttimoaQd azaio. that the Abol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 23 October 1856

(SLfeMi) THURSDAY MORNING. OCT. 23, lr. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. KOll rilkMDK.VI, .JAMES BUCHANAN, Of r!0TlVASIA. roii VICK rUIIDK.XT, JOHN C. MIECKINKIIWE, or RfcNTVCKT. fcLKCTOHAI. TH'HKT. . UUAIIAM N. FITCH, of Cam. SAM UK L II. BUSKIRK, of Monro. I W. V. Pabiwtt, of Warnck. II 8. K.W'oLr, of Harrison, III 3. W. JSuoaT, of Lawronce. IV I). D. Jos u, of Franklin. V Kdml'no Jonxsoy, of llcnry, VI Mautijt M. IUt, of Shelby, VII Jamm M. llASA,of VS-o, VIII J. S. McClelland of Clinton, IX Oarurxs Kykiits, of Laporte, X F. T. IUsdall, of Allen, XI S.S. Micxlk, of Adam. Mann Knowing ltalf. Tho hut pitiful and mean effort of the Journal, U to ad vino the men whom they have deceived by tholr fulso representations, not to pay their boU which they have lost. An honorable nan may lono much and be sadly disappointed, but he will cling to hi honor to the lirft ; but the Journal is so lost to all ennoUing intlucDcc.4 and to a decent regard for f ublic opinion, that it would sacrinco truth, cando...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 23 October 1856

JSfate JkittmeL THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 24. 1356. Tfcd Journal on Eleotlon 7rudi. Tb standing topic of the Journal j ast now, 13 the election of the Democratic ticket in this State, by fraudulent totes. A a matter of self amusement and self aatiafactiou, its labored leaders on that subject may all bo Ycry well; but as a means of convincing the people of Indiana that the election has been carried against the popular will, fairly and legally expressed, so far aa the Democrat are concerned, they are not wortlf the paper on which they are written. The Journal prates largely and confidently about the proofs which it has given to establish its assumptions. Any one whose curiosity may be so far BTriteil &s Li look thronffhtha eolnmns of the Journal for those proofs, will, we imagine, tarn away under the corsoling reflection that like Beecher's dog Noble, he has been "barking at an empty hole." Will the Journal please tell us what it calls proof? We hare read and re-read its pond...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 23 October 1856

ftffleduD Imitate! i If iuth thin? dan in tUe f;ra tree, wbal vlU e dene la 'TThe 44 Republican" party of to-day has been ia existence but a short time, but it has borne fruit sufficient to test its nature, aad to afford good grounds to anticipate what the full harvest will be if it ia yet to be gathered. From the decaying elements of the old whis party, chiefly, has sprung up the new organization. Less than four years has it taken to develop its premature growth, passing rapidly through different stages, but acquiring solidity, stability and health from Lone of them. What have been its fruits t It has bore the apple cf discord, and thrown it into the midst of a peaceful and happy lc has scattered the poisonous seeds of ha tred, strife, anarchy and disunion, broadcast. It has brought forth oppression of citizens because of their religious faith. it nas extended its tyrannous arms over citizens of foreign birth. It has bound men politically by secret oaths to crush out the rights of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 30 October 1856

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL. I A URGU 9IA3IMOTH 81IEBT, j la Umed avey THTJESDAT from tie oflee ' Z24 EAST WASHINGTON STREET And al to snbaoriber, In all part of tha Uaited Sute FOR TWO DOLLARS PER ANXUM. Twoopiefor$X Fiveeoplet for 7. Tencoplesfor 13. Twenty eoplesto one JJr&, $iO. 2j" Addition i mj at all times bo nudetoaclabat h price paid by those already Lb it. The Pomst on the Wimt Stats 8irnxiL,an4 nail for on year, U aafollowi: Wlthia the County Free. Within the Sute ;....13cents. WlJila the United States 2J WEEM1LY 'I INDIANA TA1 fELe Itirtiomil gtmacnrtic LMsptttuat to Stem raft fee Interests of dtonnfrji. LAERABEE. BTNGIIAM 4' CO. .PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. C EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. VOLUME XVI.. IOTMAJYAPOIjIS, INDIANA, THURSO AY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1856. NUMBER 24. ST AXD ST YOT2 GTJXS. The Democrats ef Indiana haTe achieved a most glorious and important victory in their State election. The election of Willard and IIam3Iont as Governor and Lieut. Govciaoi b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 30 October 1856

INDIAN A I" O LIS THURSDAY MORNINO. OCT. 30, 185G. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. FOR PR EN I DEM, JAMES BUCHANAN, Of VE-NNSTLVASIA. FOR YICBPttEMDEST, JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, or njiTicir. ELECTORAL TICKET, rom Tnr rr4Ti at mt. U RATI AM N. FITCH, of Ca?s. "SAMUEL H. BUSKIRK, of Monroe. FO !STICT 1LCT0S. I William F. Pabrett, cf Warrick. II Simeon K. Wolfe, cf Harrison, HI Samcel W. Shout, cf Lawrence. IV Daniel D. Joxe?, of Franklin. V Edmund Johnson, of Henry, YI Mabtis M. Rat, of Shelby, VII Jamzs XI. Haxxa, of Vigo, VIII James S. McClelland of Clinton, IX Osphix3 Everts, of Laporte, X Frasexl P. Randall, of Allen, XI Samcel S. Mickle, of Adams. The Philosophy of Politics Straightway after tho smoke of tho battle had cleared away on the 11th ii:t., the oracles of the Abolition party legw. to account for their defeat in Pennsylvania, They saw themselves flat on their backs iu a State where they had boasted that they had nothing to do but present a bold front end walk over tho course, almos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 30 October 1856

State Sttttmel. THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. HO, 156. Wind and Tuiy. If the editor of the Journal will only keep on blowing his "ram's horn" as he ha commenced, he may succeed in making his Lurd of crazy followers belief that they are actually soiQS to see the walls of Jericho trimThln inu-n 11 in a ri:TV Hrt hast tolil them ft It. 41. 1 r i v:-t. ' tent than they do tho Democrat, so often that the defeat nnder which they ! '-" -ua" 1 VJ , . , , , ; The followiE2 extract from the Mger ar are now aespouaing, ouiu iu tie ait uvi j uvaet, will surely be reversed in November, that a few of the more credulous are disposed to Put their own Foot in it. The opposition press, all over the country, have belched forth, without stint, ch.u;f of fraud in the election in rencsylvaiii i and Indiana. Philadelphia has been designated as the point where tho Democrat. practised these frauds mot openly, and on the most extensive scale. Wo find in the Philadelphia Ledger of the 20th, an article on this subjec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 30 October 1856

t Sentinel Tho Dienity of Republicanism. The Columbus I x-jendt::t saji that the Cmcincati Cc:r.:nercicl U, above a'.l other LUck Republican patera, 'ne representative of tho true !"Tilty cf Republicanism." J Dimity au4 La lululcanlsa ! li there is any of that material ia tho composition of tha party, taey have a most singular way cf show it. it. Ia all tho political csmpa:;p::$ that lviva Icon fought in this country, we h iva Eevcr witncssal such a total disregard of all true diiity and selfrespect, ai hat characterized the conduct of the Black Kepublicaua ia the present contest. In 1310, then? may have been more idle muramcry and haiciiess buffoonery on the part of the opposition, than there has been thij year; but for rampant rowdyism, uaUushin; mendacity and downright knavery, Black Republicanism ha3 never been equalled aud cannot be excailed. The party ha3 teea en;;i;;cd in one great scne of political and moral debauch from tho moment of ;:a conization to the present hour. The ...

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