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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 27 February 1845

' , '" 1 "i u.,.,i i 7 I n t tXl 1 ' !!,J THE STATE SENTINEL weekly Is fiMuhcd f rry Thursday Oßce on Hanois St., - H'.'conJ IMuck Srth of W'ashinglim. C-The Slate Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading nutter, oa all subjects of general interest, tliau any other newspaper in Indiana. TERMS. Two d-dlars a year, always in advance. In no instance will BlUrfi t'mn nnr r.um'irr vent t ill the money is received. Subscribers will reC-eive due! notice a low weeks before the expiration of each year or tenn, and if the payment for a succeeding year or iviiii ue a-n advanced, the paper will Be discontinued This rule will be Mrictlv adhered to in all eases. Five Dollars will be received for three years ; or. inrce copies will be sent one vear lor the -same. f .1 . T 1 11 i .V . . . tncuuiiar win oc reccivea ior s;x mjnuii always in. fi-Icance. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times atone Uollir a. square, (-J.JÜ emi) and be continued at the rate of 25 cents a square weekly...

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. — 27 February 1845

THE STATE SENTINEL ITCIÜHL TielLAHCB I THE MICK Of tlitETT. TIIÜItSOAY, FKDIIUAIXY 27, IS 13. C-The senior editor of this paper is absent, and sickness in the family of the junior during the past tteek has had a tendency to unfit the Utter for a very Uaj ony T0U five minutes before Hie election, I tnergetic exercise of his duties. ' ..should have given you ' my vote." This cauml a tnergetic . Progress of the President Elect j A correspondent of the N. Y. Journal of Commerce kecoropanied the President elect on his journey east ward, and furnished to that paper maDy interesting incidents which he witnessed. From the various .' letters we make extracts which will be read with gratification. We have already published an account . of Mr. Polk's reception at Cincinnati, and detailed his movements up to the time of his embarkation in a steamboat, on the etening of the day of his arrival. The Journal's correspondent says , The roo-t interesting scene took place on bbard of ihe boot, after d...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 27 February 1845

Slavery In Kculnckjr. . ,?Ir. Caisius M. Clay has left the field of party pol itics, for which he did not seem peculiarly qualified, for the more tmful sphere cf slavery reform, lie has recently addressed a letter to the people of Kentucky; in which he depicts the evils cf slavery in that State in very strong and convincing language. Here i an extract from his argument : "The conipetitioo of unrequited service, lave labor, doom ilia laboring yVhite million of these Ktatea to pov erty poverty gives 'them over to ignorance ; and igno rance and poverty are the f.1t highroad to crime and aufTeTin. Among the mora fortunate property holder, religion and morality are stag wringend dying. Idler, extravagance, unthriftincsa, and want of energy, precipi tate alaveholders into frequent and Unheard-of bankrupt cies, auch a are unknown in free Elates and well ordered Monarchies.. The Dlrit of uncontrolled peramenia, and deatrova that evenness of temper and equanimity of ion!, which are the sheet...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 27 February 1845

A INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. t'tESDum Outbade iiiiUTAt Hape lton a yucxg ISiat. by x gang of UcrriAX. One of the inot iiifimou outrages which has come to the knowledge of the authorised and te public, for tliank heaven ! many a lonjj day, was perpetrated in the heart of our city on the evening of the Uth inst. But one if the rurfian engaged in tlie transaction has been arrested, but he is a principal, and as the evidence acrainst him is conclusive, a severe punishment should bo adrninis- ( te red, and will, unquestionably . . Ihe case prcscn.3 j worse fl-atuaes than the rape at the Broadway Cottage, and the Mrene is laid in the nest great thoroughfare : tlie linvcry. The circuifütaiic of the case arti these, j A young girl, 1G years of age, of great personal i beauty, n:iin"d Sarah M. Dolson .Mans, whose parents i reside in Go-hen county, came to thb city on a visit to her auat, Mrs. Jeauingj, wlw lives in t!ie nei;h- ( borhood of the Bowery. Un the evening of he -Jth . ehe was invited...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 6 March 1845

THE STATE SENTINEL Weekly I published tzrry Thursday (Jßce on Illinois St., Seam! B'.ock Xorth of Washington. (&-Thc State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in IncLina. 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 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 be strictly adhered to in all cases. Five Dollars will be received for three years; or, three copies will be sent one year f jr the same. One dollar will be received f jr six months alicays in. a lcanc?. . ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times atone dollur a square, (2ö0 cm) and be continued at the rate of 25 cents a square weekly. Quirterly ad vertisements inserted at 3 a squire of 10!) ems. .Ye...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 6 March 1845

THE STATE SENTINEL. CTHEAl Y18It.5CK I TMt F1CK Cf UIMTT. T1HIKSPAY, MARCH 6, ISIS. (ö-Continued sickness and death in the family of the iunior. and the absence of the senior editor, will be taken a an excuse for the apparent want of arrange ment in the discharge of editorial duties in the pres ent number. Tbey will both again be at their poets, it is hoped, in a few days. fcrTbe Funeral of Mr. C.s child, Panose, will take place this afternoon at 3 o'clock. - Tlic new President ; On Tuesday last, the Fresident elect, James a., xcim, wtw sworn into oOke as the Chief Magistrate of this great Republic, and entered upon the discharge of his duties. The scene was one of deep interest to every friend of our free institutions, and exhibits in bold relief -the beauty of our system of Government. Twelve months ago James K. Polk was not even thought of as a candidate for President of the United States. But when the Representatives of the great Democrat pnrty met at Baltimore last spring, afte...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 6 March 1845

Loiter from Texas. The steamship, John S. McKitn Lewis; arrived at New Orleans on the 13th" instant, bringing Galveston dates to the 9th. The nomination cf Mr. Terrell, as Charge d' Affairs to Greit Britain, and of Sir. Reilly, as Charge to the United States, hare been rejected by the Senate, in consequence, it is understood, vf the hostility of those gentlemen to the proposed incorporation cf Texas into the Federal Union. A correspondence has been pub lished between 3Ir. Donaldson, U. S. Charge d'ASuirs and the Government of Texas, mainly on the subject of annexation, together with a report of tlie House on the same topic. JMr. Donaldson expresses all con fdence in tlie ultimate success of the measure, and earnestly hopes the people of Texas will nut abandon it on account of the defeat of the late treaty. In reply, he is answered by the Government of Texas, that this question " will not be ailectcd by any oppos inj or unfavorable action on tlie part of the Executive of Texas." Nine...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 6 March 1845

r INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. ' Fatht. Ssith and Ma'am Jones. W idower ftn.th'a warnm stoooed one morninz before widow Jnnpa's door, and he rave the usual country signal, that he wanted some body in the house, by dropping the reins, and sitting double, with bis elbows on his knees. " Out tripped" the widow, lively aa a cricket, with a tremendous black fibb n on her snow-white cap. Good morning was soon said oa both sides, and the widow waited for what was farther to be said. Well, Ma'am Jones, perhaps you dont wan't to "kell one of your cpws, no how, for nuthin any way, tJoyoal" . Well, there, Mr. Smith, you couldn't have spoke my mmd better. - A poor, lone widder, like me, does not know what to Io with so many critters, and I should be glad to trade if we can fix it." So they adjourned to the meadow. Farmer Smith looked at Roan then at the widow at the Downing cow and at the widow aain and so on through the whole forty. The same call was made every day for a week, but Farmer Smith on S...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 13 March 1845

I A r THE STATE SENTINEL Weekly Is published eery Thursday Oßce on Iüinois St., ISea.-n-l li'ock JWA rf Washington. CThe State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount uf reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, L'san any other newspaper ia 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 a tew weeks before the expiration uf each year or term, and if the payment fr a succeeding year or trm be not advanced, the paper will be discontinued. ThU rule will be strictly adhered to in vll cases. Fire Dollar will be received fur three years ; or, three copies will be sent one year f r the same. One dollar will be re:eived for six months aJxcys tit n'lcinc. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times atone dollar a square, ('Si) cm) r.nd he continued at the rite of 'Si cent? a square weekly. Quarterly ad vertisements inserted at sV-3 a spiare of l- cms. Yearly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 13 March 1845

THE STATE SENTINEL. ITH.1AI VIOILAWCC 1 THt TBiCZ Of HBCaiV. THUKSPAY, MAKCH 13, IS15. The President's Inaugural. We have read the Inaugural Address of President Tolk with great pleasure. Every part suiti U3 pre cisely, and we do not sec how any good republican can like it less tlian wc do. It is liberal, though firm in tone, democratic in sentiment, frank and manly in manner. It Is dead agairt a National Bank; but with the exception of that "obsolete idea," which the Whigs hug to their bosoms, it will be hard even for the most captious of thcra to pick flaws in the ad dress. As to the Tann", a strong Whig friend of ours ays he agiceS with the resident entirely.. He talks right about Texai and junt as all democrats would always hare talked about it bat far the course of cer tain marplots who gave to the question an odious sec tional, instead of a national aspect. Right about Or egon too J his töne here wilt suit evrry body. But it is useless to particularize. Mr. Polk introduces him...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 13 March 1845

IISESIIi:.T POLK'S INAUGURAL ADDRESS, DELIVERED MARCH 4, 1845. Fllov-citizen3: Without solicitation ou rny part, I have been chosen by the free and voluntary sutTrajrej of my countrymen to the most honorable and most responsible olBce on earth. I am deeply im pressed with gratitude fur the confidence reposed in nit?. Honored with this distinguished consideration at an earlier period of life than any of my predeces sors, I canrv t disguise t!ie ditiidenre with which I am ab jut to cuter on the discharge of my official duties. If the more a-red and experienced men who .have filled the office of President of the United States, even in the infancy of the republic distrusted tbeir ability to discharge the duties of that exalted station, what buht nut tj be the apprehensions of one so much younger and less endowed, now that our domain ex tends from ocean to. ocean, that our people have eo irreatly increased in numbers, and at a time when so great diversity of opinion prevails in regard to...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 13 March 1845

in hintun:!' nn:.. Heiser MrCartir l.e.,hy V. r mies. Ulli Dritlrn?, fee E. II LUDER LY. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Col. William Casey died orT the 4th inst., at Lis residence in Tosey county, Indiana. Col. C. repre sented Poiey county in the lower branch of the State Legislature for many years, and was also a Senator for one or two terms, from the counties of Warrick, Vanderburjjand Tusey. A defalcation has been discovered in one of the banks in the city of Detroit, Miehijjan. One of the clerks had resigned hi? situation in the bank, and left the city. The bank havinz occasion to use a quantity of ipecie, opened one tf tho boxes, and discovered that it was hlletl with shut ; this led to an examina tion, ind several other boxes were found to contain shot also. The clerk had not been heard of since lie left. Rattier a Hit, Doctok. A few years ao, there resided in Utica, New York, several medical students, one of whom inquired of a mechanic, who was work inr at a small water wheel, what ...

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. — 20 March 1845

THE STATE SENTINEL AVeelcly Is published every Thursday OJJi:e on I'Mnois St., Secrml U'.nch Xflh of Washington.. C-Tli State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount cf reading matter, on all subjects tf general interest, than any other ncvspj?r in Indrina. TERMS. Two d dlarj a year, always in advance. In no instance will more than one number be sent tjll ; the money is received. Sub-Bribers will receive uuc notice a few weeks before the expiration cf each year or term, and if the payment for a succeeding year or terra be not advanced," the paper will be discontinued. This rule will be strictly adhered to in all cases. - Five Dollar will be received for three years; or, thrcb copies will be rent one year for the same. One dollar will be received for six months a-ways in a-1 can re. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inscried three times atone dollar a square, (2Ö0 cms) and be continued at the rate cf 'Si ccnti a square weekly. Quarterly ad vertisements inserted at s'l a squ ire of 1-3'J ems...

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 March 1845

o 's THE STATE SENTINEL ETEBSAL VIGILA9CE I THE riCt or USCBTY. TIIUItKDAY, 7I.4IUXI 0, 1S-15. PROSPECTUS FOXt THE COON SKINNER, VOLUME FOUR. The undersigned pror-osc jnLlLhing another volume of the Coon Skinner, commencing about the first of Our Present Condition. A party is never in so much danger a3 when it has just struggled into pswcr. At that crisis it is natural that many of its members should desire offices of honor or emolument. This is not so re prehensible in itself. But when this is carried bo far as to lead to open or covert attacks on these who have fought shoulder to shoulder in the common cause, but who, it ii feared, may stand in the way of their owa aspirations for Hay next, and continuing until the August election, office, it becomes an evil that cannot be tod mucn f he Democracy cf Indiana must remember that it deprecated. 11 Ji rnorc perhaps than al other Causes, is lnsutcient to gain great victories, and take no toeafcs to secure them. A good general will not a...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 20 March 1845

COKRCSPOMJUXCK. WASHINGTON, March 12, 1S43. Messrs. Chimim : II may nut be uninteresting to you to be informed of mailer transpiring liere. It is understood that I lie President has a Cabinet council daily, the Cabinet being full, and II the Head of Department entered Ukii llieir dudes. It is ail tb.-it t-day ldre number ot nomination bave been cent to ie ScohI to fill existing tacancies, and until all vacancies are filird, un ppoinlmrnlt of m different character will be made. Much peculation is afloat, and no little interet as 13 the ground ilia Administration will asume, a la remmals. TJiis we know full well, I. a J the Wing areeeded in the late Fresitifntlitl elcclion.'liot Deniwml could have expected .Hice, or have been retained in one, in t lie Ictl'tll and breadth of the United State. This tact bad been fliirly announced by Mr. Clay himsolf; may we not then nk the Wilis tliemst!ve!,if they liave any right io complain ! if they ere trented in tUe umnner tliey iulendcd to'lreat ...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 20 March 1845

PROCLAMATION. AiSOO KEWAUD. BTirlueof the authotitjr in mr rested by the laws f IntlUn, I, Janes Whitcvhb. duieimr tf -J 5u" dtf hereby offer m reward of two hdsdud dollaks, for the ap prehension and safe deliveijr in the jail of Scott county. In diana, of ELIAS CLIXES, who stand's charged witli bavin:, on the 13th of October last, wilfully and maliciously muidcnd, hi rtep-father, Imhu HoActA!o,of rd at the cnuniy of Scolt, Indiaua. Said Clines i a young man, about 6 feet hib ; has brown hair, a fiecklcd face, blue eye, a sullen est of countenance, speaks low in cooveisali n, and lok down when spoken to. J- i supposed that he is now accompanied by hi wife, who has lately left Scott county, Irie is a (hurt, thick-set wo man, about 22 yens f age, La fair complexion, aud is lean faced. She took her child with ber, a daughter bore 15 months old. In testimony wheicof, I have hereunto set my hand at In dianapolis, this Sth dar of Maicti. M-i. By theCovernort JAS. WIIITCOMB. . Jörn II. Tmo...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 27 March 1845

11 1 1 11 1 I THE STATE SENTINEL -.Weekly Is publish"! every Thursday Ofice on Illinois St., Scrmd Block Sörth rf Washington. C"Tbe Slate Scn.inel will contain a much larger amount of rcadiiig matter, on all subjects cf general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. TERMS. Two dollars a year, always in advance, la no instance will more than one number bo sent till the money is receded. Subscribers will receive duo 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 di -continued. This rule Will be strictly adhered to iVt all eases. Five 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 altrcys in advance. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times atone doihr a square, (tiöO ems) and be continued at the rate of t!5 cents a square weekly. Quarterly ad vertisements inserted at x-i a square of 1...

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. — 27 March 1845

THE STATE SENTINEL. CTriSAL VltlLAKCE I TNI FB1CC OF LICCBTT. T.IIUIISDAY, .MAUC II !27, (ErThe Junior has gone on a tour cast fcr the benefit of his health, w hich is considerably impaired. The Old Ock " can be consulted, aJ iome,as usual. fc-WilI our cotcmporaries please publish or notice Cur prospectus of the Cc-n Skinner 1 IVeiV Inducement. I anxious to be run for the offices w hich they now hold. Every subscriber to the Slate Sentinel sending us two -ovy it is WfcI1 kncwn Jesse 'D. fright was anx i.ew subsc-.i crs with hi pay in tdvance, betweeu this iou9 jüt Q put in ncm:n3tkn. Ue was tlien late- and theory day or June next, shall have sent him rithercf the agricultural Journals published in this city without pay for subscription. Our Cash System. We occasionally have requests made us to send our paper to individuals, with, th? premiss that they will pay in a few month-. Some ask a year. Wc forward one copy, marking the terms; and those receiving it will understand that those ...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 27 March 1845

The Posfase Bill. The new Tot Office Law contains 24 sections, of which the provisions arc briefly these 1. After the 1st of July next, all tingle letters art to be durgfd fia cents for transmUsion ander 300 mile, and ten ounce are to be accounted single, and every additional half ters two cents, aud letters advcitised are to piy the cost oi I t. int l oumjsier uenerat. in casei ! Urded mail, ii authorized to send the letter mail at its usual j stxeu oy separate conveyance. ay9 j o. All me IianKin ptiluns Ol lonner cu air trpcaira ! nnj a WCre l .. ' I ' . , rmnr In hell in turn rl iv I hov wmh lni""inr ind ku b. All officer or the ft .vernment are to lief account ol i r -- a - j j - --- Ohio dud Erie Canal. We are pleased to seethe editor of the Terre Haute Wabash Express, leading off in an article, calling at tention tb the splendid donation granted to the State of Indiana by the late Congress, in aid of this great State, and indeed, when completed. National work. We are also plea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 27 March 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. CoVRTlNCi Abjusiizd. lleigho ! for the coming The Reform brora which La- sweiA generations. and "Ü Lein?" swept so fiercely throughout the world brushiu down old cob'.vcb lutions. and kicking up such a diwt in every quarter proscribing eatables, drinkable, wearables, biecpablea, aud all kind of ben, bas got at last into Love's own bower." Courting has been seriously voted down in solemn conclave ! A resolution "against nightly courtship" has recently been dbcusried in a Free Will Laptiit Convention, sitting in Boston, and passed unanimously. A Rev. E'd.r hf.ed up hia voice against the wicked practice of ceurliaj, ' the custom of keeping company in the hiyut, after the usual hour of retirement, is corrupt ing," and that it ought ta be dune away with." Nine o'clock is the usual bed-time. Now if we understand the Elder, a fellow " may 44 keep com pany " with a gal until the bell rins, but every moment j be remimsi'titrwardj he is guilty 01 sin. Lut let us hear t...

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