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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 April 1845

OY TUE STATE SENTINEL . IVcoklj--Is published every Thursday Oß.ce on -I'Jinois St., ; Second UIikU Xrth of Washington. 0The State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indana. TERMS. Two dollar a year, always in advance. In no instance will more than one number be sent till the mnnev is received. Subscriber.'! will receive due notice a few weeks before the expiration of each year or term, and if the payment fur a succeeding year or term be nt advanced, the paper will be discontinued. This rule will be strictly adhered to in cd cases. Five Dollar vill 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 a hanc. ' ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times atone dollar a square, (",150 cms) and be continued at the rate of 25 cnts a square weekly. Quarterly advertisements ir sorted at ft") a squire of 150 cms. Vear...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 April 1845

'SfT-iT xv V THE STATE SENTINEL. irr.L YiBiLAücc i the rmce or utr. T1IUIISÖA Y, ArKIL, 3,1S15. Madison and Indianapolis ui. The Annual Report of the President of the Madi-, son and Indianapolis Kail itoaa company u uie xoaru1 of Directors, made on the t&th of Feb., l54o, Is before us. It is a comprehensive and business document, setting forth in a plain and perspicuous manner, the operations on the road up to the time of its date. We cannot, consistent with a view to the understanding of the whole subject, much condense the Report, and therefore give it in extenso. We however learn that the receipts of the road for the month succeeding the report, averaged about $'240 per day, against $75 per day during the same time last year. With the certainty of completion, therefore, and the increase of business, now apparent to the most casual observer, no doubt the anticipations of the President, founded on actual observation, will be more than realized. AVe invite especial atten...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 April 1845

0 T Texas. England, and France. TLc following Is an extract from the Paris Commerce, giving the French view cf tie English designs upen Tcxw : 44 V.'e have often rccorJed our suspicion cf tLc 6eI5ali tendency cf English philanthropy. We know too wtll, anJ t'rvm expcricr.ee, that there is always soiue speculation or other concealed behind Lcr Car st Fenliiiiciits, and that injury to her competitors etitera, far at least a moiety, into the gooi which she pretends to c3:ct. Such is at present the case in reference to lexas, where she would faia excite that frenzy fur e.avc al-ohtion, from which she contrived to deduce ,1 iLc ngLt of search, with all its' consequences on her future r.rr,-fvt nr,i rnt ritirnrt RTinrrmnv. .'lf njitrri Situated, as the reader is aware, between Mexico and the United States, ami scviratcJ from tlif! last mrr.tinned iP country on the North, by the Ked Iliver, and on the East by tli3 Sabine, Texas possesses about JUU leagues cf Coast on the Gulf cf -Mexico. It...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 April 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. 1'uttTitity. Same one went into fits and dem'J rapture?," as Mautalini would have it, last month, in the Knicker' bozker, about a baby, a boy-baby, a fifteen pound boy Uhv hpin r horn to him ! Does he know that he is a & . .1 I 1. rrecn-hornl Does he Knr.v that ne yei Rno3 nob, . . , ' 1 ,. .. ,, . . ' thUVj! A fifUjen pound IS a chopper to be sure, a "nne cm a. ana n mar uavc jouuci r i ti l . v . i. i' nose" and all that; but we repeat it, he knows ! thirto, he haS never had ttcinS .'. tWinS Ve pods ! a Mi,0(,f .mi naked little rosv baw.in-r buslers ! pair ot em., nasea, tue, rosy, Daw unj Biisiträ i. Jl testis CUUlCUtartS ! - If he had, he might talk. It he'd ever had, afterwards, twelve women hauling him TiCOTi aua tüiiinj mm ne was me uicaiesi man m um world, passing the swaddled ones about from hand to hand, with kisses ringing like pistol shots; the hee-e e-e icee-f-e-e of the cherubs, mama, doing well," lying in lavender with a frilled cap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 April 1845

- I- THE STATE SENTINEL AVc-cKly Is published crrrv Thursday VJjiie cn Hinois St., Second IVoch Xvth of Washington. OnThe State Sentinel will contain a murh larger amount of reading mitier, on til subjects of general interest, than any other mr.vpp:r in Inum. TEHM.e. Two ddlara a year, always in advance. In no io--nr.ee will more t'.sn cue numher Lc rent till the money ü received. Suo-scriU-rs v.-.!l re-clvc lue notice a few weeks before ike expiration if each year or terra, and if the payment for a su -needing year or term Le not advance J,"thc paper wjl be di.-c-.-ntiimed. This rule will Lc sVictly adhered la u nil cues. Five Dollars will be received for three yearj ; or, tbi'cc copies will to tent one jrar for the tame. One dollar will be received for six months alisas ADVERTISEMENTS, will bo inserted three tinier at one dollar a square, (CCO cm;) and bo continued at tie rate cl 2o cant a square weekly. Quirtcrly ad-vertu-emcuU ia-erted at Si a squire cf 15J cms.. Yearly advertis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 April 1845

TilR STATE SENTINEL. crrBL YiaiLncc i thi raice or uiirtTt. To my late Constituents Hiving this day accepted a situation in the service of the General Government at Washington, City, I TUUIISDAY, ATH IL I0L'1S13. IV m. J llrown. By reforence to tlie Card üf our late able representative, it will be seen that he will not be a candidate aain to represent this district in the Congress of the United States. The Card of Mr. R, though brief, is full of feeling, and dx-s him honor. " In parting" with one who has -ö long battled, shoulder to ihoulder with the iron-hcarted democracy of Indiana himself al- Thc Rat:!c to be fuu-;Lt. 'Tlipy have'beated alto the hurt of the daughter of my peopU ilightlu, sayinc, PliCi, PEACE : when there is uo veact." JtTemiaJi vi. 14. I Let not the Hoosier Democracy be deceived by the deem h mT dut7 t0 inform 3"ou that ticrefore 1 sha)l hvDocritical crv of the wir- react, ueace for ..not E" be a candidate for .Congress ; and take this v. e assure them there will...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 April 1845

From the N. Y. Sun, Afrit 3. lud Lina. We 'give, from the Hon. Robert Dale Owen, the Erie, by way of Mauraee Eay,"with the Ohio River at Evansville. Of this important Canal three hundred and fifty miles are already finished, or means leading member of the Indiana representation in the V &nd f &bout one ,mndred ,ni, lying on iast vngrt53, a cuinmu:i;caviuu ui bjihc leugiu auu ; line between Terre ilaute and i.vansville, re- of much interest on the subject of the public debt of, that State, and explanatory cf the efforts she has made to meet the demands of her .creditors. It ia clear, comprehensive, and fall of valuable statistical infornntiou bearing on the present condition of Indiana ; and contains an impartant sugjition coanacted witli her future standing and prospect. INDIANA, HER TUBLIC DEBT. AND HER CONDUCT TOWARDS HER CREDITORS. . To the Editor of the Sun. Sir. During the past winter, some of your neighbors of the city press, especially the Editor of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 April 1845

INDIANA STATE " SENTINEL.) - BUSINESS CARDS. &jo-m Sixgi.vj Iikd3. A contemporary thus ct-nimcnta upon the cockney fptr:air.en, who, i:hj jjuj, in hind, travel round the couulry ei.outiii every liule bird, in the hedges, v,iQ sjr.-js, ii.siecd tf tuovLi-t their adaii.-at.on, only arvusj their destructive p-t casr.ie : " Nu nun wiUi a soul so larje as a t.ei s guzarc, ci-ulJ pWtbly to s j mem, s cruel, sj cowaidiy, & to t'i round, pv;;ir. at little bir!a in the Ir.ars and b'wue, wing-oreikiaj sparrows and niauuiuj tl.uka- and yet there are tlaaa ia human shape just Wso enotrrh t- do it. .Cljiimp:! tee Law's Allowance. Jlr. Erow r, id a constabh to thia ubiquitous f-rrSonagc the oiler dav. " how many cows do ycu own 1" Why do yiu ak 1" Eccauso 1 wish to levy on them," v;a3 tLe prompt rejoinder. -. ' . " Well, let me see," s i id Mr. B. abstractedly ; ho fV in-iny cjws does the 1j w all v the V "Two," stil 3Ir. C, wi-li go d-natured f.stonihment v. clt, if tho l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 April 1845

THE STATE SENTINEL Vt'cckly ' Is ptUhfoi rr'ry Thursday üßce cm Illinois S7., Second ll'.ock Xorlh of Washington. (fcThe State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount cf reading matter, on all subject! 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 money is received- Subcribcrs will receive due notice a few weeks before the expiration of ach year or term, and if the payment for a succeeding year or term he not advanced, the paper will be discontinued. This rule will be strictly adhered to in all cases. Five Dollars will be received fur three years ; or, three copies will be sent one year for the same. One dollar will be received f-r six months aJirays in aliancc. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times atone dollar a square, ('5Ö0 cms) and be continued at the rate of 25 cents a square weekly. Quarterly advertisements inserted at !s;3 a square of 150 ems. Yearly ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 April 1845

ME STATE SENTINEL. tTtMil V161LAKCE I THC ftlCC Of LlBtaiT. HO ! FOR A CONVENTION. As it becomes necessary to hold a District Convention for the purpose of nominating a candidate to represent this district in the next Congress, we would respectfully recommend the holdin? of conventions in the several counties for the purpose of appointing dele gates to meet in District Convention, At Indianapolis, on Saturday, May 0l)u We hope that the Democracy of every county in the District will sanction the proposition, and immediately appoint strong and efficient delegations to represent their wbhes in the Convention. MARION COUNTY The several townships are respectfully re I fr rmnmn t delegates to attend a Countv Convention to be holden at Indiana nolis. on Saturday April 26th, for the pur pose of choosing delegates to the District Convention, and transacting such other business as may be deemed necessary. It b suggested that there be a full attendance, as probably candidates for the Legislatu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 April 1845

FIFTH COXGlEESMOXAIi DISTRICT. (gj-We thought last week that we bad stated the names cf all the candidates to be presented to the i,isirici Convention, i ne menus or lxcics II. r.MMÖNS T t TT 1- . - h art rT Htm 1 !- fn-- -a 1. . . r Ä A ' be presented tho. CO"In noticing the names of the can iidates last week, wc announced the name of "Dr. Cook." Wc add the initials, J. II. Cook. Centre Township, Itlilrion County. According t previous notice, a macting of the democratic citizens cf Centre township was held at the Court House in Indianapolis on Saturday, April liith, for the purpose of choosing delegates to the county convention, and transacting any other business Cccessary and proper. The meeting having been called to order, on motion, John McFall was unanimously chosen chairmarl, Abraham Smock, assistant chair mam, and William Stewart, secretary. The object of the meeting hayirjj been explained by the chairman, on motion of Dr. Dunlap, it was ..,,.. Resulted, That this meeting sel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 April 1845

INDIANA 'statu SENTINKL.1 BUSINESS CARDS. iNcwELL'a Bank Lock. The nw Vork Journal of ' Commerce thus notices a new kind of Lock. Mr. Newell denominate tlL new master piece of i jjenuity, Tue rarautojtic Toiken rerrnutation Lock. I'arauOptio beinj a Greek w:-ril, signifying p.event.j ive of an internal inspection, and Toiken maininjr . walled, hence the name. Im; 1jck has been named aflcr its peculiar properties. Phosphoric or other light may be introduced into it in vain in order to yiew its Waich, J'vc!ry and Fancy CJoixIs. rjTa,IIE saafrriairi s have eunstanily chi hand a tarv aarf ra.häo.isbl JL n-ortwiriH ol Jewa-lay, Oi4d und Silver H ju ti, Da'ed Ware, tiiglfch and Ameraan llirtaiitiia, Paintrd Japaned Tea Trays, Gold imI Sdvrf feiactla, Diamond pointed Ga4d Pens, Gold and Silvi Sc. tarh-e, diver f pnema, Ladlea, Cup, Fruit Kniirr, Bullet Kulvre, c Odd Frllnw' Regalias, Jewel and vrry vari. ty of triinmmgs. Silver Ware and Jewelry made to order. OWEN At CARLET, 41 .Vis IM Mai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 April 1845

I r- - v. t THE STATE SENTINEL Weekly Is juhushed et cry Thursday Oß.ct cn Illinois St., Storni Ii'ock Xrih of Washington. . ' C7"Fhc State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, tlian any other newspaper in Indiana. TERMS. Two dollars a year, always in advance. In no instance will more than one number Lc sent till the muicy is received. Subscribers will receive due notice a few weeks before the expiration cf 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 eases. Five Dollars will be received for thiec year; or, three copies will be sent one year for the same. One dollar will be received tlr six months always in. a liunde. . - ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times atone dollar a square, (Ü5U em-) and be continued at the rate of 20 cents a square weekly. Quarterly advertisements inserted at A3 a square of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 April 1845

THE STATE SENTINEL. ETCÜ9AL VI6tt.i!CE I THt .ICE Ot IHCRTT. THURSDAY, APRIL, 24, S45. HO ! FOR A CONVENTION. As it becomes necessary to hold a District Convention for the purpose of nominatin candidate to represent this district in the next n w.wn,,U TMnprtfnTlw rer-nmrnprtd D ' . the holding of conventions in the several counties for the purpose of appointing delegates to meet in District Convention At Indianatolis, on Saturday, May lOM. We hope that the Democracy of every county in the District will sanction the proposition, and immediately, appoint strong and efficient delegations to represent their wishes in the Convention. MARION COUNTY. The several townships are respectfully requested to appoint delegates to attend a County Convention to be holden at Indianapolis, on Saturday, April 26th, for the purDose of choosinjr delegates to the District Convention, and transacting such other bus-J iness as may be deemed necessary. It is suggested that there be a full attendance, as Erob...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 April 1845

THE CS IS EAT F1UCAT PIlTSIItUGII. The Gazette of the l'2ih gives fuller details of the tonßajratioa. No i(ba cau bo given oa piper of the dljtre&i that prevails none forniaj of the ruin that it ha brought upon the city and thousands of its people. -We subjoin the Gazette's account, written on Friday, the 11th instant : We have thrown together, under different Leads, the principal incidents, with a list of the chief Fttircrers, of the great and ever memorable fire of last Thursday. Our readers can rtly upon the accuracy of our statements, and vie assure them we have no whit exaggerated. Many things that ought to be mentioned, are probably overlooked We have done V, V.. ..1 l l .1 . . .... r . r ... I interior imsaisasier cm me ousmss ana prosperil of riUsburg: We have carefully inquired of many of our clearst headed business men, those most thoroughly con versant with the resources of the city, as to the pro ' bable effect of this disaster upon its prosperity, and . ...;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 April 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL.! pjiospectl'S roit tue COON SKINNER, VOLUME . FOUR. Tbe undereirrned propose r-blLshinir another volume of the C'vm bkinner, comm?nciii2 about the f.rit of iMY next, and continuing until the August election. f he Democracy of Ind.ana must remember that it means to secure them, A good general will not allow Iiis soldiers to sleep upon their arms in the f.ushcd moment of suoccs?, and be tsurpriscd by a vigilant foe, their laurel torn from their brows, and themsslvcs driven from the field in disgrace, scorned by all. Our last great victory must be peeurcd ; and to tins end, we exhort the Democracy of Indiana to be "up and doin." Of our own knowledge, w e assure them.that we shall have not only the common home enemy to contend with, but their cohorts are to be strengthened by Hessian legions, hired by the money robbed of our own ico'le. The latter will be poured out with an unsparing hand, to again throw our State into the Lands of "the plunderer of her means and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 May 1845

4 - si. M i - r t THE STATE SENTINEL Wccklr Is publislied every Thursday OJjlc cm Illinois St., ' Second ll.ixk JWM w U asfti.Tgon. C7The Slate Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. TER.MS. Two dollars a vear. always in advance, In no instance will more than one number be sent till the money is received." Subscribers will rcee due notice a few weeks before the expiration of each year or term, and if the payment far 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 roeeived for three years ; or, .three copies will be sent one year lor the same. One dollar will be' received for six montlis always xn advance. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times atone dollar a square, (liöO ems) and be continued at the rate of H-) cents a square weekly. Quarterly ad vertiscments inserted at . a square o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 May 1845

'ME -STATE SENTINEL. rilBHAL TIOILASCe M THt TMICK OV tltTV. TUUltSPAY, MAY 1. 1S4S, The County Convention, Which was held on Saturday last, resulted in the harmonious nomination of a full ticket for the August election, as followa : For Representative, N. B. Web ber, of Lawrence township, and Y. E. R. Wilson, of Decatur township; for Auditor, Nathaniel Bolton; for Assessor, Ahira WelU ; Commiveioner, John Mc- Better selections could hardly have been made. The candidates for representatives are both good men, in the best sense of the word. In nominating them, the convention merely gave force and effect to a dis position of the democratic public mind, already form ed. For months previous to the convention, we heard hardly any other names mentioned in connection with K nffir tn which thev have been nominated. And they were thus fixed apofl, not because of any elec tioneering on their part ; but simply because by a sort of unanimous consent, they were regarded as the best men who could...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 May 1845

at 'S. r England. I , . Tronblc will Brazil. By the Steamship arrived at Boston, we Lave news 1 It is stated that irüportaüt despatches bare just from England to the evening of April 5th, through the ??5.n received by tne Apartment oi Mato irom Jir. j v i,rr w ise, oar Jlinistcr at L-razil, relating to the recent Y Jouraalf Commerce. ult .yca . lhat ovcrTur,önt lö- L our The news of the passage by Congress of the reso- sul at Ri0) and to üie comnnntT of the frigate Rarluttons for the annexation of Texas, had created con- itan who had geized u the jave ycssel rorFO;gC siderable sensation ia England, apd also the para- r f , and inccie. but which, from graph of President folk's Inaujrural Address relating th th t ?ü e Era2;iian rot ernment. Le was forced to Oregon.. The principal matter or interest is the to relinquish. unusual sür excited in England by the annunciation, Tbe desiat'che3 referred to from Mr. Wise, call for in President Tola s Inaugural, that OCT title to the Ur- defin;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 May 1845

INDIANA STATE SEXTINEI,.! rixosi'cerus rois xxic ron SKINNER; VOLUME FOUß. Tiie ur.Jei-ned propose publULinff another volume of the Cuon Skinner, cominencin about the firtäf Ihr next, and conünuin? until the Ao-ust election. ha Democracy of Ind.anrt nitht remember ths.t it is iasuffxieixt to pain prcat victories, and take no weans to secure thn. A -ooJ general will not al ow Lia soldier to sleep upon their arras in the fiiwhct moment of success and bg surprised by a vigilant foe, their laurel torn from their brows, and themselves driven from the fi?ld in disgrace, scorned by all. Our lat grout victory must be eecun d ; and to this eni, we txi.ort the Lemocracy cf Indiana to bo " up and Coing." Of out own knowledge, we assure them that we shall have not only the'-cöffiru. home enemy to contend with, but their cohorts are to be strengthened by HesBian lepions, hired by the money robbed -f our own people. The Utter ill be poured out wi'Ji an unsnarirt? hand, to aain throw our State iut...

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