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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 June 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TUE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF TIIE STATE färÜßei cn Illinois Hired, Xorlh of Washington. (i. i. & J.P. CHArXlN, Editors. C7"The State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading master, on all subjects of general interest, than any ether newspaper in Indiana. .Tili: SCSII-WKCI&IV EDITIOX Is published eery Wednesday and Saturday, and during the session of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at Four Ddkrs a yenr, payable always in advance. TIIC WEEKLY EDITION Is published erery Thursday, at Two Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. jftl in advance will pay fur six montV.s. $5 will pay for three copies ene year. Persons remitting A0 in advance, free of postape, shill have three copies of the Serai-Weekly one year, will pay f r six months. 1 will always be charged fur the Tri-Weekly, and ÖO cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 June 1845

THE STATE SENTINEL. 1VGRKLY KOITIOX. ETtBVAL YI6H.45CK I THE FBICE OF UltlTT. I.M)IAAl'OLIS JIM: 1, IS-I5. For Congress, Fifth District. AVIL LI A 31 Ur. WICK. i . - - -j PilOCL-l1I ATI ON . Three Hundred Dollars Reward. By Tirtua of the authority in ma vested by the laws of Indiana, I, James Whitcomb, Govern )r of said St.it, do hereby oSfrr a reward of three hunlred Mlars for the apprehension and safe delivery in the jail of Jcßerson county, in said State, of ' JAMES McMtLLEN, who stand charged With having, 03 the night of the 29.b of May, of the pre33nt year, uiJer circumstances of great aggravation, deliberately murdered John Lichlighter, in srid county. Slid McMillea is described as being about 23 years of Be, short, thick set, rather stoop-shouldered, dark hair, blue eyes, round face, fair complexion, well looking, an Ir's'imin by birlh, and formerly a barkeeier in Holmes Hotel, Cincinnati. In testimony whereof, I hive hereunto set my hand at Indianapolis, this 9.h diy of June...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 June 1845

Clay again on the Track. The New York Tribune (the leading press of its party in New York,) opens this lktle glimpse to the policy of the DICTATORS : The Nut President. We begin to hear from various quarters note of preparation for tlta next Presidential campaign. Our report states that a paper is to be Started I Washington to advocate the claim of the Hon. Jt.fi 11 M'Lean to the Fiesider.cy. We hope not, IW n Juu MLenna sake. Such a movement at this lime, would be pretty certain to kill him. The whiS whose or.iniona on this .ihi-rt are L.. to ... are uuiversallr i j . j avers l ar my l'residential agitation at this time. 1 hey cannot help cherishinr; a secret hut gladden.ng hope that be Tore three tears will have elapsed, a spontaneous and , .ii ii it l j . ,i. . . : .. i..n - irresistible call will be made on we man in whom tue . Whig of the Norih and South, the East and the West, repo.e implicit confidence, and whom they regard with an affection only not idolatrous, to take the s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 June 1845

IjjDIANA STATE SENTINEL. suittc:ii: contT or isdiaxa. 'Caffs D Irrminrii at th. Km Term, 1545. Rterlml for lk Satt Urntmel tj A. J. SUcenj. WrnsrstijiT, May 23. Muir v. Clark. Appeal fio.n the Decatur C. C. Up ion bv ifr liita J. 1. A Ulli in Chancery for discovery und relic f agninat. I tlx yjufg life of a little one that i only tire je.r i Old. an u.urinti contract, must tute that the print ial ami d,eming on hi ha; py com b bef.-ie the day grow daik, lawful interest hove been paid nr tendered, und in cane of up iih morning' io-y r-y, a-iogirg with the lark ; tender the- money must be brought into Court. , Where er the fl wtii ate fesbe-t, wheie'er the gtas U green, 2. When it la apparent upon a bill in chancery ihnt the With light locks waving oa the win 1 his fairy f -im is seen j rompLiridtit has no equity, iho defect maybe Inken ad- Amid the wlii Itmf March h ii-d, amid the Apiil shnwei, vantige id t any Inge ol' the proceeding. Decree re- lie waibles with the siugu bi.d, und ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 June 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TUE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF TUE STATE QOJJice on Illinois Street, Xorth of Yash:ngtm. G. A. k J. P. CHAPMAN, Editors. w C7"The State Sentinel will cor.taia & much larger amount of reading matter, oa all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. TIIC SC3II-WEEKL.Y KDITIO Is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and during the session of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at Four Dollars a year, payable always in advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Thursday, at Two Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. $1 in advance will pay fir six months. $ö will pay fur three copies one year. r ; Fersons remitting 10 in advance, free of postage, 611 have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. $2 will pay for six months. sl.will always be charged for the Tri-Weekly, and 50 ceuU for tLe Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. n ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at one d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 June 1845

THE STATE SENTINEL. WEEHLY EDITIOV. tTCPSAt vioitAUCi i THt raice or uieett. For Congress, Fifth District. WILLIAM W. WICK. STATE SEXTINEL 1VEEKLY. , This week's number closes the Fourth Volume of the Weekly State Se.yti.nel, and another of. course, commences the Fifth. We shalS then change the principal head for one occupying less space, by which we shall gain room for new matter. Our arrangements Will be very favorable to new subscribers, giving tlicrh a much larger amount of reading rnatter for the same money than can be obtained in any other paper in this State. We hope our friends throughout the State will continue their subscriptions, and aid us as much as they can in obtaining new ones. Grateful for such favors, wc shall always endeavor to rcpiy them by increased energy, enterprise and improvement. Our ambition has chiefly been to establish at the Capital of Indiana, a newspaper of a respectable and useful character; Wc mny have fallen short in our aim, but wc have done all t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 June 1845

M - X 1 I- SUPISE3IE COLIIT OF LXDIAXA. Cast Determined at the May Term, 1343. " Rejvrifi far li SUtt Sentinel ty A. J. Stevens. r TcrsDAT, June lOlh. Damo v. Compton. Appeal from the Allen C C. Opinion by Sullivan J. 1st. The act or Drabei 23, 1827, sopplethenUl to the act regulating the admission and practice of Attorneys and Counsellor at Law, Revised Statutes of 1333, does not authorize the Couit to prooouace any other judgment against a delinoient Attorney than suspension from from fbe practice of the Law. 2nd. The Statute, because it is in its character penal, and acts upon the offender by a new and summary proceeding must receire a strict conUnctioa. Judgment Reversed. W. H. Coombs fur Appellant aMeXlCO. t .1 e n ' ' .v. rl v u 1 we Have Uli lunumg in uie iicw uuuuj xtiuv-ai lican of June 3. i , . , , M V . . iTivate letters receivea nere irom juexico oj we British frigate Eurydice, state it as a matter almost jof certainty, that before lonj the Mexican governincnt will decla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 June 1845

THE STATE SENTINEL. H CHKLY KIITIO.. nriML TieiLAKCE i thf. rsicc or hbcktt. l. liIA(APOLlS, jJjL 1 r ls l For Coiicrress. Fifth District. WI L LIAMAV. AVIC K. To Advertisers. It will be of interest to our subscriber?, advertisers and the public generali, to know that all advertisements for the Semi-Weekly, will appear at" least once in the Weekly Sentinel. This givrs them a larger circulation than can be obtained in an other paper in the State. - fcpGcncral Jackson is DEAD ! The term of his eventful life closed on Sunday evening, June 8th, at six o'clock. On Sunday morning the report reached Nashville, that he had expired, owing to his having fainted away, in the attempt to remove him from his chair to his bed. He however recovered for a few hours. A short time before his death, he took an nflbctionatc leave of his friends and domestics, retaining to the last, his senses and intellect unclouded. lie expired with the utmost calmness, expressing the highest conGdcnce in a happy irhmo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 June 1845

! ass INDIANA STATE 7; OFFICIAL GAZETTE ft7()f!ice on Illinois Street E SENTNIEL: j TE OF THE STATE jj f- , Xorth of Washington. ' -tTm (I. A. & J. P. CIIAP3IAN,: Editors. (tjrThc State Sentinel amount oi reading matter, on ail --uLje interest, than any other ncwspt.pcr.in Indiana. 1 will-contain a much large: ;J er, on all s-ubjccts of genera! law itcms. tiiu scMi-wi:i:Ki.y EuiTios Kpublilic(l every Tlinrsdav. ing the ssinn of the Legislature, tliree times a week. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, W Four Xt.-H,je?pite Qf difficulties that seemed insurmountable and J lars a year, payable always in advance. dangers ti e most appalling. At such times he count- Ulli II LllKlil liimyn I published every Thursday, at 'iVo DUlars a always to be paid in advance. . .4 . . .,, i .1 &l m advance win pay ior six months. fwitii gigant.iwoo.steps to the objects lie held in view. . INDIANAPOLIS, JUNE 20, 1845; tritisli Abuse. The London 'Times (making up it opinions of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 June 1845

SED 3 Siiiricma State 5nituicl.! WCr.KLV EDITION. rrtaiAt vioaAwc- n the mice or ubektt. flag of tJU-e0- neutrality. We Lave now to no-jjable to get the exact 'date INDIANAI'OLI, Jl'Xi: 2, 1SJ.5. For Congress, Fifth District. WI LL I A 31 W..W I C K. Honor to the Illustrious Dead. The news of the death of General Jackson reached Washington on the morning of June IC The President, immediately after the More igus. II Awful Murder and Suicide. g Mexico. i COJlHESroXDECC. g Frcmth iVatMngio Unto. But a week or two since we chronicled the union! We Lave just learned of an awful murder and sui-i Banishment of Santa Anna. By an arrival atj .,---t, -77.-,.,,. . , 1 . TIic Mexican llcpublic if the Whiff and Democratic papers at Columbus, In-flcide, which took place near Palestine, pome 15 miles I Charleston", S. C, files of papers from Havana Lave 2 T , ' 7 UnS 7 ,.' Notwithstanding tlie decree of public attention Fdiana, and the agreement of the editors to Bail under east cf this place, a f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 June 1845

Fur the Indiana State Sentinel. . Lines on the Death of Andrew Jackson. The hand of time ball never Hot UU glory from our'page: And children! children shall be taught To venerate the sage ! ' . . . All those proud honor that bare grown Around his with 'ring brow, Shall lire throughout eternal years, Ai bright as they are now ! Yot while Columbia's sons can shout "We're happy and we're free j" So long shall Jacksoji's name resound With Go4 and Liberty." So long shall patriotic hearts , Beat with t purer flame And wreathe around hi bmial place The flow eis of noble fame ! And suns shall shine in distant years Throughout our cloudiest skies, And sanctify the hallowed ground Beneath which Jackso lies. And all the start and stripes which glow On Freedom's banner then, Shall still ware on, without a Stain, O'er bravest of all men ! Thui through the flight of endless time And through the hours of tears Shall lire the Hera of our clime, In Fame's ucdying yean ! Ob ! weep, ye sods, who bare ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 June 1845

from the Demoer aiic Review fur June. The Oregon Question. - cOSCLCDEI.j By the treaty of Utrecht (A. D. 1713,). all the Spanish titles to territory in the New World, as they Mood m the time ot Charles u 01 opain, who uicu m 17i;0. had been confirmed and guarantied by Great adi to the north of the parts of the saM coast already oc Dritain. liy the treaty of 170, the treaty of Utrechtgcupiea Dy cpam, wncrevrr ine sudjcci. ci enner 01 was confirmed, and the river Mississippi waa irrevo-gthe two powers shall hare made settlement since tin between the English andfnontnoi April, i.j, or snail nerealter make any. allv fixed as the boundary Vrr ih nufwrasiona. In terms it declares : "In orderte subject of the other shall have free access, and to re-establish peace on solid and durable foundations,! shall carry on their tradu without any disturbance or and to remove forever all subjects of dispute with re-Jmolestation. card to the limiu of the Lritish and French terhto-M Art. G. With respec...

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

INDIANA STATE SENTNIEL: TUE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF TUE STATE O-fWIc on IUinstis Street, North if Washington. . A. k J. P. CHArM, Editors. CjrTbe State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Iudiana. TUG SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION I published. every Wednesday and Saturday, and during the eessica of the Legisliture, three times a week, on. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at Four Dollars a year, payable always in advance. TIIC WEEKLY EDITION I published every Thursday, at Tuso Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. 1 in advance will pay fur six months. $3 will pay for three copies one year. k . Persons remitting 10 in advance, free of postage, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year.' $'2 will pay for six months. 1 will always be charged for the Tri-Weekly, and & cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at one dollar a...

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

3nftmna State Sentinel. WEEKLY EDITIOA. TI1MAL TI8ILAKCC I THE PICC Or LIBCK1 V. lMAWArOLlS, J1JLY 3, 1845. For Congress, Fifth District. WI L LI AM W. AV I C K. mmm Hentli C Jackson. On Saturday, June 53, the public ceremonies in commemoration of the character and services of Andrew Jackson, took- place according to previous arrangement. In consequence of rain in the morning, many people living at a distance from town were no doubt deterred from attending, who otherwise would Lave done so. As it .was, however, the assemblage was respectable. Tue procession was formed at the Conrt House, at 10 o'clock, under the direction of Chief Marshal Blake and his Assistants as near as possible according to the order previously adopted, to-wit: 1. A Band of Music. - . ' 2. Officiating Clergyman and Orator. I 2. . Reverend Clerg of the City. 4. Governor, Ex-Governora. and Officers of State. 5. The Committee of Arrangement. 6. Officers end SoIJier of the Revolution. t. Officers and Bofdiers v. ho...

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

From the Union. Antonio Lopez dc anfa Ana. Next to Eolivar, there is no one, amonj the distinguished men of the Spanish American republics, .whose life has been signalized by so many extraordinary vicissitudes of good and evil fortune, or who has attained s . wide tpread a reputation, as Antonio Lopez de Saüca Ana. Santa Ana is a native of the department of Vera Cruz. Here, without enjoying any adventitious ad vantages of birth or family, he wm enabled by his" talents and activity, to secure great local influence, and then to rise gradually to wealtii and power. He began to be conspicuous in. 1821, as a partizan of Iturbide. On the promulgation by, the latter of .the plan of Jguala, (February '21, 13-1,) Santa An, at the head of the irregular forces of the neighborhood, succeeded, by coup de main, in driving tlie Spaniards out pf Vera Cruz, of which he was appointed governor by Iturbide. The Spaniards, however, still held the catlos of San Juan dc Uloa, from which they were not for ...

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

TEXAS. The Washington Union, after expre elfrg the Opi ion that the Executive of Texas shou'J take step at once to drive from its territory the Mexican troops who are crossing the Itio Grande, says : "We hazard nothing ii sty in? that such, too, would be the decided preference of our own government. We had understand, indeed, that such was also the determination of Texas, if the Mexicans 'should be found hovering in the country between the Rio Grande and the Neuces. v e d j not mean to say that, if the Texians should be found wanting to themselves, we should suffer it hostile f ot to tread her legitimate soil, a soon as her CongreM and her convention have ratified our propositions. Tbc United States will never be found wanting in what she owes to her own hiTU character, or to tho best interest of her friends." The Galvesto:i News comments at great length and with much severity upon the presumed machinations of FrtsidTut Jones, p.Ir. Smith and ' the man with the white bat to defeat a...

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

INDIANA STATE SENTNIEL: . TUE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF THE STATE gj-Ojflce on Illinois Street, Sörth of Washington. ' G. A. k 1 1 CHAPMAN, Editors. , . CThe State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. t Vl SEMfv:? c? K,LEDJTioL Is published every W eduesday and Saturday, and during the session of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at Four Dol lars a year, payable always in advance. THE lVnCKLY, EDITION Is published every Thursday, at 'Iwo Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. $1 in advance will pay for six months. jgi5 will pay for three copies one year. Persons remitting 10 in advance, free of postage, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. 2 will pay fr six months, jSlwill always be charged for the Tri-Weekly, and 50 cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at one dollar...

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

3nMana State Sentinel. WEEKLY EDITION. KTtBHAL TI OIL 4 HC I THK FB1C r LIS MTV. 13 DIANA 1'OLIS, J LEY 10, Tor Congress, Ftflh District. WILLIAM W. WICK. mysteries of Indianapolis Indianapolis, externally, is the roost moral and most religious town in Indiana, if not in the whole West. The straitlacedness of Connecticut would be put to the blush of shame and confusion by the professed puritanism of this Capital: Nevertheless, the maxim that "extremes always meet," accras to be verified by the incidents of the last week ; as well as the fact, thai the morai Influence of a dozen churches is not sufficient to check the vicious propensities of a population not exceeding fire thousand. The fact is, while the rascalities of respectable rascals are passed over in alienee, the developments of vulgar illany will grow proportionately bold. This has been exemplified by the incidents of the part week. It never rains but it pours," says the proverb. Since the murder of the 4th, we have had a pe...

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

TEXAS. The following proclamation by the Iresident of Texas, explains the negotiation between the wo couotrie, states the result, and evidently shows that that the Fresideut prefers the "independence of Texas," and "peace with the world," to "annexation and its contingencies." By the President of the Republic of Ttxas. A Proclamation. The Executive is now enabled to declare to the people of Texas the actual state of their afTair&.with respect to Mexico, to .the. eod that they may direct and dispose tbem as they chall judge best for the honor and permanent interests cf the Republic. t . During the course of the last winter, it reachefl the knowledge of the Executive from various sources of information, unofficial indeed, but still worthy of attention and credit, that the Jäte and present government of Mexico were disposed to a peaceful settlerHent.of the difficulties with Texas by the acknowledgment of our independence, upon the understanding that Texas would maintain her...

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

Brno ix his CoFff A correspondent if the At-i laa, furnishes a very interesting chapter, from which w rftake thd fullowin?; extract of inr Edward it lay in state for two days, .nd was visited by. Titindreoä et persona who paid their last tribute to the ccmui of the mighty Biucnberer, by gaz itS on his codin-lid. Afar the laying in state had terminated, it was found necessary to move the body, for the Purpose of niacin? it in a belter constructed ltaden efäfün than that which bad been prepared in Greece. A fripnd of mine happened to know the un dertatcr, and kindly offered to procure me admission to the chamber where the removal of the body was to be tffected an offer which, I need not say, I gladly accepted. Accordingly, on the afternoon of the Ulli of July, I proceed-! to Sir Edward Knatchbull's and found three or four gentlemen, attracted thither, like myself, to witness the solemn face of the poet, for the last time, ere it should be shut up in the .darkness of 'death. Mr. Rodder...

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