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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 23 January 1845

THE STATE SENTINEL ." - Weekly publishfd every Thursday Oßee on Illinois St., .,. Secrrni Block North of Washington. . Ö3"The State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. TERMS.-Two dollars a year, always in advance. In no instance vWIl more than one number be sent till the mcae-r is received. Subscribers will receive due notice a fe weeks before the expiration of each year or term, and if the payment f-r a succeeding, year or term be not advanced, the paper will be discontinued. This rule will be strictly adhered to in all cases. .Five Wars will be received fur three years; or, three copies will be sent one year for the same. One dollar will be received für six months always in advance. - ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times atone dollar a square, (2öü eins) and be continued at the rate of 25 cents a square weekly. Quarterly ad vertisements inserted at A3 a square of 150 ems. Ye...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 23 January 1845

wir!, Bit a wir of extermination ! A wir, wh-jre the eye pities not ! where the sword spares not ! where the cuinm ind is, to save alive none that breathe ! Con querors, even ia the flush of victory, have wept over a fteld of battle, where the strong man died, his weap on in hi hand, ths frown of defiance yet unfaded from his brow. But a field of slaughter, indiscriminate laughter, slaughter of the defenceless, the unresist ing ! a field, where mingle, defiled in dust and pore, the white lucks of venerable age and the fair soft hair of unoflending childhood ! Think think what it is this carnage of a nation', without distinction of age, tX condition there is yet more of SEX ! Do you remember the words of the Dramatist ! "The mtn who tart his hand spoil a woman, Fre to ihe way of kindocti, it a wrrtth, U'h xn ticere Lue flattery to call a coward! " And it is woman it in that gentle being whom the desert lion himself is said to pity and to spare-it is the young m ithcr her infant charg...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 23 January 1845

V fcup'rciiie Judei. Tbe Whig Editors, particularly thoste of the petti- f-'cjcr tribe, are attrmpting to kick up a great fuss. because the Governor nominated Democrats instead cf Federalists to fill the vacancies on tbe Supreme Bench. They talk just as if they eupposed the people fools enough to believe in the pretensions so often made by the Federal leaders, that their party exclusively con tains all the talent" and "all the learning in the land. On no other ground can th'cy predicate their fierce assaults upon tbe Governor; and if Lb hrd acted otherw ise than he did, be Would, in seine degree, have indirectly sanctioned the false preten sions allude to above, and admitted the truth of the implied libel open the Democratic party. lie did right, therefore, in this view of the case, in . nomina ting Democrats Instead of Federalists. And we feel very certain iT his nominations, particularly the first, of Dlackford, Morrison, and Wick, had been confirm ed, lütüma Would have had an abl...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 23 January 1845

INDIANA S lATE SENT1N EL. ' 'tetrn froji Voluntary SriRriTiox.-ConsIdcrable - - r f ' rr-.. i t. sensation ha pervaded Uje neighborhood of Camden Stale Temperance Meeting. town, in consequence of a rumor obtaining circulation Pursuant lo adjournneint, a meeting t ihe friends tJiat Dr. George Swiney, well-known from bis exceu of temperance was held on Tuesday night, January 7th, trick habits, lad expired on that dny, from the eHocts 1845, at the Representative Hall, for the purpose of of voluntary starvation. The unfortunate gentleman orginizinj a State 1YtD-erance Society. , possessed a lare fortune, but lived the greatest se- Jude Sclliyan took the chair. Rev. Mr. Deechcr, elusion, not going out of doors more than five or six addressed the throne of grace Air. Beechcr was-times during an entire year. The only pcason about appointed Secretary. - . ' J him wai hu housekeeper. He had not shaved for the The committee appointed to draft a Constitution, J H't two year?, and his bra rd ne...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 30 January 1845

THE STATE SENTINEL Weekly puUishei every Thursday Oßce on Illinois St., Secrnul Block Sörth nf Washington. 07-The State Sentinel will ccntain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. TERMS. Two dollars a year, always in advance. In no instance will more tl;an one number be sent till the money is received. Subscribers will receive due notice a few weeks before the expiration of each year or term, and if the payment for a succeeding year or lerm be not advanced, the paper will be discontinued. This rule will be strictly adhered to in all eases. Five Dollars will be received fur three years; or, three copies will be sent one year for the same. Oneflollar will bo received for six months -always in advance. ADVERTISEMENTS, will" be inserted three times Htone dollar a square, (',0 cms) and be continued at the rate of cent a square weekly. Quarterly ad vertisements inserted at $3 & square of 150 ems. Yearly advert...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 30 January 1845

THE STATE SENTINEL. sternal vigilakcc i Tite met or uimtt. TI1PKSDAT, JANUARY SO, IS 13. NOTICE. Those who have papers, &c in which the Undersigned is interested, will please send them in at the earliest possible time. G. A. C. Cumberland I load. The following note from Senator Hannegan will be read with great pleasure by our citizens : . Senate Chamber, Jan. 22, 1943, GtXT. The Cumberland road bill has just passed the Senate by yeas and nays 25 to 14. $150,000 for Indiana is appropriated by the bill. Yours truly, E. A. HANNEGAN. ' The Cooiiskinner. We hare at length obtained the complete official returns of all the votes at the late Presidential elec tion, and at considerable expense have printed them in a pamphlet of 16 pages, (a form easily preserved and convenient for future reference,) and have mailed the same to all the subscribers of the Coonskinneras the last number of the last volume of that papr, Re cording to the promise made in our prospectus. We shall, as-soon as ti...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 30 January 1845

COJXMIWICATiOXS. Men ai. Eßrroas rThe writer of this article has regretted to tee applications carried befoie the Legislature every year I vacate Hmie one or another of the siicets and alley, laid out for the toRim! convenience of the citiiens, thiough the ut-lots bordtiing on oar city. Ai an individual feeling a deep ioteiest in the well temr, and prosperity of the city, I hope the attention of the citizen will be directed vigilantly lo ibis ubject. 1 i f not believe we hive any public rights and privileges of this rt tj fitter away; bat ou the contrary that every street and alley no the plot will ulti mately be ueful and necessary. But if theie are tome which might properly be eacated.il would surely be but fair and reasonable, that the party drsiiing its vacation should first apply to the city council, aud give notice in a public Bewspaper, a prescribed by law. (See the act amendatory to our city chaiter, approved 22d Feb. 1340.) But let os hare no snap judgment, or laws spiting ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 30 January 1845

thei? worK into our mariicf-or r tarve. ; fcucii has . mm, or orber ie.w hi Nweiorumi tauen INDIANA S l'ATE "SiiNTlNEL..10 e tre amount of cmirnüon to our sliurc; - . , - - - -. brennst, the nore landlcsi aud Ii )usele-s emigrants . A ViMt lo Gen. Jackson. Tlie Philadelphia Spirit of the Times sap " We have been favored with letter written by a higLly intelligent lady Riving the details of a visit to the Hermitage, and an animated interview with Gen. Jackson, tlio old Hero of ISevr Orleans. The letter is addressed to a relative of the President elect, resi JcM in IX la ware, and La written in a Very neat man ner. We may add to tl.is tlat the lady-writer is I'emocratic in her opirrims, and her sentiments breathe truly Republican principles. V C reoommend the pe-! rusal in markable NAsnriLtfi, Aug. 2oth 194. Mr Dear Sister. I have just returned from a visit to the Hermitage and a chat with Gen. Jackson, for in these time- w hen all the ladies in the country have run wild with Whiggery...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 6 February 1845

THE STATE SENTINEL Weekly published ex cry Thursday iffice on Kinds St., Second Block .VorA of Washington, r ("The State Sentinel will contain a much larger mount of reading matter, on all subjects cf general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. TERMS.-Two dollars a year, always in advance. In no instance will more than one number be sent till . the money is received, Subscribers will receive due notice & lew weeks before the expiration of each year or term, and if the payment fjr a succeeding year or term be not advanced, the paper will be discontinued. This rule will be strictly adhered to in all cases. Fire Dollars will be received for three years ; or, three copies will be sent one year for the same. One dollar will be received for six months always in advance. . ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times atone dollar a square, (tiöO cms) and be continued at the rate of 25 cent a square weekly. Quarterly ad vertisements inserted at a square of 150 ems. Yearly adv...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 6 February 1845

THE STATE SENTINEL. rrrijAL ticilakcc i thk ratcc or tmin. TIIU iM.4, FC 11 It U .4 ICY G. 1S45. (fc-Send ia those petitions at once. We're off! The Slate Debt. Many of the newspapers are at present very butäly engaged in figuring out" the ability of the people to pay up the interest on the Slate Debt If we could rely on the statements of some of them, the imposition of a tax sufficient to meet the demands of our creditors, would be but a mere La pat eile. Whether they have rtken as calm and theroush a review of the available resources cf the State, as was done by the last Committee of Ways and Means, may be a matter of some doubt. If that Committee had possessed the courage of Editors, perhaps instead of indirectly recommending a compromise with our creoitors, they Would hare assumed as a fact the ability of the people to pay in full, and reported a revenue bill accordingly. Ee this as it may, we are glad to see the .subject agitated, for whether the ability of the people to pay , ...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 6 February 1845

congress. of Texns. by letters from Washington, that the! Tiding for the re-adraiaaion of Teiu ioio tha icn in the ahape proposed by MrJ Milton prliinkry step of vast importance to the U .V r J an extinguisher of agitation, and establishes From the Glob. . Tote Ke-anmexlns: Texas ns n State. The vote in tb llous of Representatives to-day, pro Union, i a Dion It it gttatton, and establish peace ana Aimcxatiou We lcara Joint Reaolutic Eruwn of Tennessee; pasaed toe House on the lift llod will between th different sections of oar Union too hv a rntPnf 120 to 1W. The resolutions provide for . firmly to b shaken by religio f.iiaticisra or political j - , . . ' ; i 1. a...:.. .1 J : : f T i C.t. tU TTn-nn. ! UiC UUII3MUU Ul A C A . Ok 1 Ul IC Allu ..i.v. w m.w , with ;mon will ever coninbula to Hi power and perpetuity. Tli grt-alrr the number of Slates em braced in it, the greatar will the interests staked on Ihn phrenzy. It is the potent Voice or the people calling in a natta lutnnln to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 6 February 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL.1 To tal' of protecting American Ubor,' by Tariff regulitions, when inure than nine-tent'is ol Iiis labor of the country La eno-aed in raning productions, of ... . . which we now have a lane surplus, and always must have, so long a we have e j much unoccupied soil, and w hich cannot for to come, bo consumed by i ny amount of population that can bere be profitably n2aea ia manufactures, is an absurdity. Even the very Ja bor employed in the factories has not been jretected or benefitted by the late hiph Tariff; fur the t- . L . - l i 1 , 1 wi ges vi ineir oprauvea nave oeen reu:?ceu in a large ; f-r'i portion, if not in all tin? factories of tlie Eastern Slates. The Tariff operate only to increase the pri fi.s of the capital invested in large manufacturing J 8'ablihu:ert, and perhaps vf the sugar planter of i Louisiana, wnosc laborers are cenanuy not. proiecieu by the nri)tpr:ivf d:itr du siiTar. as siifir plantations j i - - , are the d.ead i.f the slave. The i...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 13 February 1845

THE STATE SENTINEL Weekly published retry Thursday . Oßce on Illinois St., Second Block North f Washington. The State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading mitter, on all subjects of general interest, than any ohsr newspaper in Indiana. TERMS. Two dollars a year, always in advances DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES ...... i i mid Dlcasnrcs. "A simple and frugal Government, confined within strict Constitutional limits. A strict construction of the Constitution, and no sumption if doubtful powers. No National 13ank to swindle the laboring popula tion. ... No connection between the government and bank. . A Diplomacy, asking for nothing but what is dear ly right and submitting to nothing wrong. .No public debt, either bv the General Government, In no instance will more than one number be sent till ' the money is received. Subscribers will receive due notice a few weeks before the expiration of each year or term, and if the payment for a succeeding year or term be not advanced, the p...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 13 February 1845

THE STATE SENTINEL. ETCBPAL VICILAMCK 1 IMC fftlCK Or L1BCKIT. TIIUitMAI, FtHIltAUl 13, 1813. - . .. J We regard it aa extremely unfortunate for Indiana that her Legislature should have adjourned, without adopting any course calculated to relieve the Slate ; from the degradation and dishonor of withholding from individuals their just dues. We are assured on v und oubted authority, that if that body should evince a i disposition to do right, by an earnest effort, even should it result in paying but a small portion of th5 ; interest accruing on the pubhc debt, the creditors of the State would gladly co-operate to restore hpf pros perity, by advancing funds sufficient to Complete herj public works. JV. Y. Journal tf Vommerce, Jan. 25. Wc regret as ntüch as the Journal of Commerce can, lhat our Legislature, or rather, to speak more deßnitely and correctly, that the Whig mtjority in the. House of Representatives, from feelings of mere partizan hosit.Lty towards the Governor, absolutely r...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 13 February 1845

COIIRESPOXDEXCE;' ' WASHINGTON CITY, February if 1343. Mnaore. ChicmIi'i r llavinw 'deternined to remain in this city for lit jiiirpvsa cf wUu'esaiVig Iba Inaygaration of President PolV, snd out batl&x ötüch business to ecupy my lime, I suppose I could nut belter dispos fcF a pari 01 li, man to giving occasionally so ins duuci Of passing events. , 1 hava been attending ttia proceedings ol th Senate to-day, and wm present when the lng Iwuked fr Koport of the Cum mitte on Foreign Rtlaitune mi mada, by Mr. Archer, the Chairman, ou the Annelalion of Tcias Vö Iba United State. A you tnay readiljr auppoan, the Keport wii unlavorable to the otject of Atmejaiion. The Committee consists of for Whiga and one Dem., viz: Art-her, Berrien, More head and Choate, Whigs, and ßuehanan, Democrat. The Keprt was not read. But the resolutions accompanying it were, to the effect. Thai the J'iöt Revolution of the House of Representatives, permitting Tel as to become a member of the Union, it rejected;...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 13 February 1845

INDIANA S l'ATE SENTINEL. hL - MrrtWcAlf4lr. ine ivociinham I Va.) Kejitt?r Ol a late diteccr.i- taina the particular 6f a horrible affair, communica-: ted t the editor by a gentleman of veracity, which ' transpired ia Randolph county, in the western part of Virginia, in J une, of the past summer. Tho Register Says ; M Some three yeirs ao, t?n Cheat River, in Randolph J county v., a man fey the name ot Uar, a married man, formed art attachment fur a genüman'a wife by the name of Woolford. The two agreed to run away together, and without delay executed their design. After an absence of about eighteen months they re turned to the same neighborhood in which they had formerly lived, where they resided together about eignieen monuis, aunng wnicn time uiey na one child. They received many threats from the neighbors, and from what f dlowed, it is more than probable these threats were carried into execution. One morn ins it was made known that the house occupied by this guilty pair and thei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 20 February 1845

. .t .1 4 ru k,.,,.'., ctninirih. nt cvMTti otir wno r in is SMT.t in laDorinir ur a!mit it is " iUuslrclcd THE STATE SENTINEL Weekly Is published every Thursday (fice on Illinois St.; Secfnd Block North of Washington. C3"The Slate Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading ndatter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. TERMS. Two dollars a year, always in advance. In no instance will more" than one number be sent till the monev is received. Subscribers will receive due notice a few weeks before the expiration of each year or term, and if the payment for a succeeding year or term be not advanced, the paper will be discontinued. This rule will te strictly adhered to in all cases. Five Dollars will be received for three years ; or, three copies will be sen? one year for the same. One dollar will be received fjr six months-a.Vcy in advance. 'ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times atone dollar a square, (2Ö0 ems) and be continued at t...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 20 February 1845

THE STATE SENTINEL crr.iAL visttswcc i tmk nice or iiui'T. thukspay, rrunrABiTo, isia. fjrSihce our last number issued. Got. Whitcomb has returned from Jeffersonville, whither he went for the purpce of examining into the progress and con dition of the New State Prison, with the view of pru- rosing a charge in the discipline and employment of !t J, r;r,A t- f k w T , tL iVriM. a renmrrd hv rin art eil thi IrvTivIattirp. ' . . .. Seen after Le reached that place, he was attacked by rickness, and was in consequence, detained there for the purpose of receiving medical assr-tance until his health -should be. sufficiently re-established, longer than he expected. This circumstance, it is hoped, will satisfactorily account to Lis numerous corres pondents in the mean time, for the unavoidable delay in replying to their communications InIi:ina Iionrtliolilcrs. We finl the following in tlie Journal of Commerce of tho Gth int. We copy it as additional evidence lit that which we have already pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 20 February 1845

CORRESPONDENCE. WASHINGTON CITY. February 5, 1845. Sffssas. CtiaraiiMS -.Having been attending the tit ting or the "5-- '"-""J." "7 ilin lo you to be in fur med ! their proceed- K.11 ih. .f.,i,i, .,1 f ... . . . it .... . f c - . . .1 z . . . be uninterestt ti i i r . i. i price or public land having been under dtbaie for two days, wu Uid upon the table ; there to rest, it is to be presumed, the balance of this session of Congress. The yea and noea were called on the queauoti, which will show what portion of the Union ges aganui this mea- sure, sought hj the west for twenty years. A member ol irrrl'rT1 me lh"!.,he. w ,ull du u,r a iw viii r iov riiuuiuuii inu iiu l lull ui 1 1 j a awn, iuicu iui laving on wie lauie, lour eacejucu. inn Uento.i, this morning, on leave, introduced another 15,11 fvr the Annexation I Texa, having withdrawn the one lie introduced at the coniuieureiiieul of the Session, and offered this as a Substitute. It is somewhat different in U provii.iij fruiu any ot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 20 February 1845

f Ok WESTERN J A M E S LOW & Wholesale Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Combs, &c., and Importers of Cutlery, Corner Main and Wall streets, Louisville, Kentucky, MAYING arranged for an enlargement of their business, feel greatly Increased confldenr In int.:ii? the attention of 11 wbn are engaged In the retail tmde It one id Ihe nwe extensive and well seler'tnl .locks evrr offered in thi market, at gr lly redureJ pi ices. Due ol lite Arm irntans Ik New York, and will keep up a full supply of eveiy article in out line, selected with the utmost care, ami with die strictest rrard In Use demand, nf Hie Wrstrrnand Southern markets. . . , . i rh pHfTh-wn tbey are determined In offer adv.l iMJtes onsnr-r-nssed by flry Simllrir eslalilL-hmenl in t!ie L iiicl M le. An llirir pnr-cb-Mra are nat lor culi, by a purclktser of ripe experience and judgment, and cash purchasers Will be My!itl I the Very lowest poSiUle advance on the cost. AI order fnmi their frirn.l will he...

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