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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 3 May 1855

V v Jjj iii kl L I iillJlAli A i nniri Sl 1. iJ c1 ji m nn i ft 171 Jill J, C. WALKER & T. H. HOI.CO.MBE, EDITORS. I'l ULISiiKi) EVERY TIIURSDAV MORNING, AT TWO DOLLARS A YEAR. IC, W. COTTOJI, 1'UBLISnER VOL. XIV INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY :i, 1855. m mwmm n mn "rnr-iiii - , M - . ST ii I ECSLI-IIEU 1ZVLP.Y TtlCttsnAY MORN'IXQ OS A MAMMOTH SHEET, AT TWO DOLLARS Villi YLAIl, I.SVAltlABLY IS ADVANCE. j Ad.!re, Pcwt-palJ, WALKER Jt COTTOM, In.iianjxi;-, I mi. J. C. WALKKK, Proprietor. The Fo3trnaster'3 Letter. Th? letter of the Postmaster General, Hon. Jams C.vxrnF.Lr., on the subject of international ro-:.v.:e, an extract of wl'.ich we publish to-d.v, is exceelingly practical and well pin'jv;? !. and wc are r,it surprised that it t , has excite su :a jrenenu 1 n fM-trnKafitr OCR T'JSTAL ISTF?.F.STIN"ii TO TIIO-E IIAYIX3 CORSESPOXIr.T IX FBAXCE. Post Office Department, July 10, 1353. Sin : I beg leave to invite your attention to the subject of our postal a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 3 May 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL I ft us Clin t- t!ie (.'.institution ns Hie mariner diinrs to tti l.-t plank when the niiclit aid the U'iiiH'st close around Uiw.'' INDIANAPOLIS: i' - , THURSDAY. MAY 3. 1855. (lorioii Democrat1 ic Victory Indianai-obs is redeemed, regenerated, ami disenthralled. Republican principles have triumphed, and the people Lave declared, in an unmistakeable manner, that political questions shall le discussed in open day, and political action shall be deterrnined by a free and fair expression of the public will, and not by the pre-arranged plans of ofiice-seek-ers arJi religious bigots. The victory here is brt the prelude to the annihilation of the midnight party. It must sinl; and like the South Sea Scheme, and the Yazno Claims, be remembered only a among the exploded vilbdnie of the past. World to God, that all remem.br ince of tavj rganization could be erasl from the uti'ei of memory and of hist ry, so that ft'i.ire agts might not know that such a diabolical pka, to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 3 May 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL !i The State Bank Bill. The Jvvrml of Friday morning Btates that the Dank Bill as published in the Sentinel, was not published by order of the Bank Commissioners. The Journal is in error. The publication of the bill was m.vle at the instance of Judge Smith, of New Albany, one of the Commissioners, and iu publication u to be paid for by the Bank, when organized. GCTTwo events have transpired recently in Massachusetts, which will not be forgotten immediately. Journal, of 2J tiwr. Very true, indeed. The rudeness of a Legislative Committee to some helpless females, and the payment by the State of Mrs. Patterson's MIL Where is Sam ? It will be recollected that an almost total eclipse of the moon took place on Tuesday night the night of the election. It is currently reported that the dark, prowling M Sam," who is the magical deity of the Know-Nothings, took Freuch leave of his friends in Indianapolis, at about 11 o'clock on the night of the eclipse, when News Breviti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 3 May 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL OThe following lines from Household Worcta are full of wholesome advice, as well a tieautiful imajrerv. Thev convev to the jcuthfol dreamer a lessen which it wnultl be well for him to ponder : " Now. Ari ! for the day is passin While you lie dreaming on: Tour brothers are cmoed in armor. And forth to th U?hl an one; Your place in the ranks await yon. Each man has a pari to play; TU pass and the future are nothing In the face of the stern to-day. Arise from your dreams of the future Of gaining a hard fou-rht field. Of terming the airy forvr", Of bidding the -riant yield; Yottr future has deeds of glory, . Ot honor, (God grant it may!) But Twir arma will never be slronge r. Or" needed as now U-day. Arise t If the past detain you. ' Her sac thine and her storm forget! Xo chains so unworthy to hold you As those of vain regret; Sad ot bright, she is lifeless ever. Cast her phamtom arms away! Nor took back, nave to learn the leson Of a nobler strife to-day. Arise! fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 10 May 1855

WEEK j V NDIANA Cirri a nnirn k5 I A 1 JDj kJJLLll n Ji IV V Mil 1 1 J. C. VAIKEB 4- T. 15. IIOLCOMBE, EDITORS. " PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORXKGj AT rTVU 1K)LLAKS A YEAR.' " Id Yl". "COTTOM. iTBIJSIO . . - VOL. XIV. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, .MAY 10, 1855. NO. 51 nmimn cinvmivni 3 I A 1 fj aiM 1 llIiL. K'JLirJKD EVERT THURSDAY MORNING ON i MAMMOTH SHEET, AT TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR, INVARIABLY IX ADVANCE. -Uirew, Pit-ralJ, WALKER A COTTOM, InJianapoli-t, In J. J. C. WALKER, Proprietor. Consistent." Oar neighbors of the Journal, of the Madison Courier, and tlie New Albany Tribune have manifested a degree of solicitude in the manner in which the Sentinel chooses to notico the riots and public disturbance which are constantly occurring throughout the country, -hich is truly commendable in them. Tba consistency of their comments, however, xzij bo no less amusing to others than instractiva to u. Th3 JTJ.rr.zl In one issue, wonders that whil-t geaarally keeping "up with the ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 10 May 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL I t ns cl'ng to the Constitution a tbe mariner clinic Ua Ut ilanW heu tbo night n-l the Uuii-t clos around bini." INDIANAPOLIS: THURSDAY. MAY 10, 1855. Riot and Bloodshed in Louisville. Know Nothinyism is truly the hot-bod of mabocracy ai d the fountain head of political scoundrclisin. When the organization first became kivnvn to exist, we were wont to warn ami reiterate our warnings again.-t it as an institution, ot" itself, in its very character corrupt an.l demoralizing in its intluenee upon society and the government. Political associations, of all others, are most apt to lead to bad extremes iu action aud design; when public, however, they are w atebed over, one by the other, anl evry error in word or deed is heralded anion;, and canvassed by the people interested. When a party, however, is srt in the- (.ystem of in organization, the very fact that the "sayings and doings" of memler will not he subject to public serutin v. is a stimulus to the dishonest an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 10 May 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL Proceedings of a Democratic Republican Meeting. IMJ in Franklin Toicnship, Marion County, Saturday, 2Iay bth, 1S53. A large and respectable number of citizens, having assembled at Smitlier's School House, the meeting was called to order bv Jeremiah Billixus, who explained the object of the meeting. Danikl Moobe, Esq., then called to the Chair, and Bexi amis' Mop.ua x, Esq., elected Secretary. On motion of J. Hillings, a committee of five were appointed to draft resolutions expressive of the sense of tho meeting. Whereupon, Jeremiah Billings, W. W. White, A. IT. Bryan, A. Jennings and Daniel Moore, Esqs., were appointed said committe. On motion J. W. Hunter and Benjamin Morgan, Esq., were added to said committee, and after due deliberation, the committee offered, for the consideration of the meeting, the following Preamble and Resolutions, which were unanimously adopted : Wbebxas, It is as yet not only the constitutional privilege, but the duty of the citizens o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 10 May 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL SIC VITA St' I'll IS LIFE. At the east end of this aisle Church of St Mary Overy, London, stands a monument, a ortion of whose inscription consists of the first verse of the following beautiful poem, which is thouzht and with much probability, to be the production of Quarle. Anmls oj Queen, cathin" indeed, but the rellcction of - her day-gud, but shining in steadfast beauty right, all unite in fitting her for the eventual accomplishment of as much, as the strong and dauntless ; but the impul.-ivo ami impatient spirit of man. His is the glaring of the broad noon-day sun burning with radiance and iower, brilliant, but brief inks intensity ; her's the sofr. beautiful litrht of ninht's centle v ' ,Sf. Mary Overy, ly Tayhjr. like to the dniak roe you see. Or like the blossom oo Uie tree. Or like the dainty flower of May, Or like the morning of the day. Or like the sun or like the shade. Or like the gourd w hit a Jonah had; Even so Is man, whose thread is spun. Orawn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 17 May 1855

c IS' f I: i - - s 4 Ir v i (. i WEEKLY i STATE r IT fTTTTlT inJDjljo J C. WALKKit & T. U. IIOLCOMBK, EP1TOKS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MOKSIXG, AT TWO DOLLARS A YEAR. VOL. XIV. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1855. LC. W. COTTOM, PUBLISHER NO. 52 STATE SENTINEL. Rr BUSH ED1 FVK'iV TH 1'KSUA V JIORMVU OV A MMH'tTlI SHEET, AT two domaus ii:n ykaii, I.WAKIABEV IS ADVANCE. J7 A.I U ., Post-i.l, WALKKR A; COTTON, J. C. WALKER, Proprietor. Tree Banks. I'i iir day-Wfore-yesterday's issue a mmmunieatiou was published, designed to prove that we were in error in our statement relating to the redemption of certain free bank money. We are now assured that such was not the case, and that we did not misunderstand the ii. formation given, r icting the probability of the outstanding circulation of those of the suspended free banks, whose securities are other than Indiana stocks, Wing redeemed at par about the first of July next. Under all the circumstances, we can only...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 17 May 1855

I I y WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. 44 lt u tlinf to th Coiietlratkui Hi muriner rltiie lo the la j.lank thrn the rVUl ..! ttie t.-imst cl.. around hhu." INDIANAPOLIS: THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1G35. State Sentinel. The iescut number closes the 14th volume of IK Weekly Lidionu Strife Sentinel. Of the pa?r, of the present, or of the future of the Set.tinel, a paper familiar to the public, and with which we have leen connected hut little more than two month-, it .scarcely becomes in to speak. Our patrons ran judge of it for themselves, and ienure nr comlomu as their reason mav ornate, i ne i.h is nor t The Indiana and Illinois Central Railroad. We have before us the Second Annual I!eort of this Company, prepared ly its President, Judge Koache, who is known to all as one or the most efficient and reliable men in the community. A glance at the map showin the location of this road, and its railway connections, will satisfy every one that it is destined to be one of the greatest in the Union. The amount...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 17 May 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTLEL Southern Quarterly Review. We have before us the April number of this periodica!, decidedly the best Quarterly iu the United Slates. The first aic!e is a notice of Buxton's " Thirty Years' View," in which that btato-- man is treated with much more consideration j nf FuMon. The Two Parties. There are, is fact, but tw o political parties in cur country, the party of the Constitution and the party azainst the Constitution. The first, we : ill know, is the Democracy, and we add, so many of the National Whigs, of the old school ss have scorned to dissolve the pearl of their liberty i't the poisoned chalice than he deserves. Had Benton died after the passage of tha Expunging Resolution, he would have been known in history us a consistent politician and an upright man, and by The second is divided into two wings who thi eaten occasionally to quarrel with each other, but who are equally inimical to the Constitution. The AbolitiotiWt ; and Know no means the lean among .1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 17 May 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL Q3- Philip Feesau was born in January, 1752, in New York, of Hujuenot parentage. Iu 1771 he graduated at the college of NewJersey, and was of the same class with J ames Madias and Hugh Creckenriw.e. Ikesac possesed considerable talent ; he became a sailor, a joet and an editor, and with sword and pen battled for liberty. He was taken prisoner, and endured the horrors of the Iritiih prison ship in the harbor of New York, where so many brave Americano perished from inhuman treatment- After his liberation he edited a newspaper in Philadelphia, subsequently in New York, and also in New Jersey. He published a volume of poems in 17SC. The most complete collection of Fhexac's writiugs was made by himself in 1795, and issued from his press at Monmouth, X. J., in a volume of 45G pages 8 vo. Thos. Jetfeksos, as Secretary of State, appointed Frexac as translator of French. lie died Dec 18, 1832. Campbell has transferred this line, - The hunter and llie deer shade," from F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 24 May 1855

o V i WEEKLY INDIANA ST A 1 jm XI i I 1 I N Ji-J ilJo J. C. WALKER T. P.. IIOLCOMBE, EDITORS. rUliLISlIKO EVERV THURSDAY 3I0RMXG, AT TWO DOLLARS A YEAR. 10. W. LOT wt , i i i-.iiMiEll VOL. XV. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1855. NO. 1. STATE SENTINEL. KCBLISHED EVERT THCK3DAV MORNINO OS i 1UHMOTH SHEET, AT TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR, INVARIABLY IX ADVANCE. AJJrs, Pot-pi t, WALKER k COTTOM Inliai&polu, Iiii. ' J. C. 'WALKER. Proprietor. Address of Dr. Bray. .We have been farnLhed by tha politeness of our inedical friends with the address of Dr. Brat delivered before the Medical Society of Indiana on Wednesday night. We present it in full to cur readers on fourth page, We make no apology for occupying so much of our space with matter of this description. The cause of medical science is deeply intesting and comes home to the business and besom of all. Besidj the Medical Society of Indiana, being the central association of the faculty in the State, is an institu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 24 May 1855

STATE SENTINEL l rl in enx Ui th." Consliiuli.m the mariacr c linir t. the last .Ui:K who a Iho night an.l tho ternr- il.i--' kroun.l him.' INDIAN APOM: THURSDAY. MAY 24. 1855. Know Nothingisru Dissected by a Master Anatomist. " We have juai finished the great oration of Mr. IIuntkk, which in the pressure of editorial duties we have not before been able to r A finer specimen of oratory cannot be found in the English language. Thursday next will decide whether Mr. IIunter has wasted his sweetness on the desert air, or whether the great truths which he ha em bodied in thouzhts that breathe and words that burn arc to pass from the realm of contemplation into that of action, ar.d become the living, working lealiliesof political b.fe. Some of our friends tell us that Mr. Wise will be defeated and that his defeat will result in the triumph of the Democratic party at the next Presidential election. It may be so: we are not political prophets. Macdonald's Division was sacrificed at Wagram, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 24 May 1855

STATE SENTINEL. "THURSDAY. MAY 24. 1855 The Democratic Creed. The cardinal principles of the Democratic party and ita distinctive characteristics arc well set forth in the following "confessions of faith." They contrast proudly with the narrow, illiberal, bigoted tenets of our political opponents. Reader, peruse them, and see if there is mj thing from which you dissent, They were the doctrines of our revolutionary fathers, and are generally incorporate into our Federal Constitution: No. 1. Equal and exact justice to all men of whatever State or persuasion, religious or political. No. 2. Peace.commerce and honest friendship with all nations; entangling alliance with none. No. 3. The right of States aud Territoria to administer their own domestic affairs. Nc-. 4- Freedom and equality; the sovereignty of the people, and the right" of the majority to rule when constitutionally expressed. No. 5. Economy ia the public expenditures, and a sacred preservation of public faith. No. 6. Freedom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 24 May 1855

7 ADDRESS. Delivered Ufcrt the Ifrluina State Jledicai Soclrtu, by Dr. 21. J. Bray, oi Wednesday, the lot iist, CttU-4 tU X-lital Sotuty . By th. kindnt di tad. urbanity- of my coteioporarie rather than by any desrvtd merit, 1 Lay the pleasure t gri-et yon, and to bid you n hearty welcome to the Sixth Annual erosion of the Indian State Medical Society. N"e hare come from different part of our State, severed for a time the ties of the domestic re-side, and tiie pleasures of the social circle, and congregated within the Trails of this house, net, I trust, with the 9lsh intention to promote a political or sectarian party; neither Lave we Tioitei this Ciry with the more laudable dire to commenicrHte the deeds of greatness achieved by our illustrious sirss ; but actuated by feelings moTe philanthropic and praise worthv. we wish to unite our honest. thorrh feeble efforts, to improve the science of vo'uminous,n.tracii!-' remarks i:jxri every ubinedi'cine, that we may more effectually star ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 31 May 1855

WEEKLY A nrnn 1 . ;N JDJ JLj o J. C. WALKER & T. 11 H0LC0JI15E, EDITORS. l'UKLISHEl) EVERY THURSDAY iM01!XI.Mi, AT TWO DOLLARS ;A YEAR. ic. w. corro.M, itbusiikk VOL. XV. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, THURSDAY MORNING,! MAY 1)1, 1855. ISO. 2. "STATE SENTINEL PUBLISHED EVF.RT THUKiDAT SIOBMXO OS A MAMMOTH bHEKT, AT TWO DOLLARS PlIIl YKAlS, 1 VARIABLY IN ADVANCK. t vnr p4 pu, walkkr ottom, liKtu.ruiix.ti-., lu. I. " J. C. WALKKR, Proprietor. The Hon. A. H. Stephens, of Georgia, on the Know Nothing Conspirators. This gentleman, who, in the day of it . pride and vigor, was one of the ablest rnn in the ranks of the old Whig party, and has for many year leeu looked upon as one of Proceedings of the Mass Meeting of the Democracy of Putnam. Okef.n'casti.k, May IU, 1 ... At a ma.v meeting of the uLl line Democrats and Whigs of Putnam, for the purjiose of jierfeetiiig a county organisation in accordance with the. recommendation of the State Democratic Association, upon motion by Mr. Turk...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 31 May 1855

f) STATE SEMipL ' I et u chnjr to the Constitution a tlie mariner ilinp to the la- yiank whn lhe nigtit aul Ihc U'niHt lo arounl liiiu." INDIANAPOLIS: THURSDAY, MAY 31. 1055- il the that The Election. ' Mon than two months Aio, we usei .following language in the Sentinel: "When, the glorious news arrives Henry A. Wise his been chosen Governor of Virginia, let the Democracy be ready to make the welkin ring with shout of triumph. This election will signalize the utter rout of our opjioneiits, and the sua of Aute rhtz will again shine on the victories of Democracy." Again, in closing an article on our l-iiy election, we said: "The election of Wise will complete our sAtifaction. Nor c an we permit oursd ve to doubt for a moment that a chieftan so gallant, sustained by follower so true, will be successful." Wc have rejatedly predicted that Virginia would act as the moral breakwater against the tide of desolating innovation which threatened to overspread the country, and destroy the ancie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 31 May 1855

STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1855. Official. Department of State, ) Washington, May 23, 1853. Information has been received at this De partment from R. L. Sanchez, Esq., the U. S. Consul at Cartagena, of the death of B. F. Borton, of Richmond, Indiana, on the 1st inst Further information can le obtained by addressing this Department. Death and Burial of " Sam." The funeral services, in commemoration of the decease of this remarkable personage, took place in this city, on Tuesday night last. About six thousand persons were in attend ance. The public manifested great interest on the occasion ; and every one was very anxious to learn every thing about the last moments of the deceased. He was killed in a fight in Virginia, in which we regret to learn that he resorted to the use of concealed weapons. But they prayed unavailing. After sunset the frequent booming of cannon announced that the honors of war were to be paid to the dead. Military music added to the stirring effect, and elo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 31 May 1855

STATE SENT V It AIM 1 I) It I '.A.M. J. V MILIUM II LI.KSi EBVAlT. T'uc-e tril', the,-.' tumult f the. nony world. Where Fraud, tie isiv a..l, tracks his prey by t :ll!i. And Slrensrlli, l !! rnffi-in. glories hisiruill. t'ppressllic heart i itli sa.lncs.. l!i, my friend, lit hal stern, r n-o.l we look up...'i The k ioiMiii-t a'rt of clem, -ids Anion;; the wmid ami li.-l N! lit us awhile, A the lnw w in. I i rolling '!' storm. In fancy lcne this m.ie of di:-ty itrocl., l-ir-vT l.y Uie im ;ri ni:t.J j..r Of commerce, a in I to-oii tne darkening air Look rr.nn the ti. li r !' our rural home. Wli'i is iii. aacd thai listcu to l!ii Kain. S.-mliii hi voire In-fore liim. Miitldy Kaiu! TW upland stc-' are slirowdcd b Uiy mists; 1 he talc ar i.kidiiT im Uiy liadc ; tin- mioI n longer rlmmicr, and the -ilwr ilreniit.. liarki-u M v cins of Lad al Uiy approai h. h. mir't Kui.i ! already thou art here; A tut every r.f is IhuU n h ihy lrcaiii, . I liion p:i-e;t evci y !-.-!' sp.-in: i.roti rn-;!...

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