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

INDIANA STATE SENTNIEL: TUE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF TUE STATE Qj-OJJlce on Illinois Street, Abr.A of Washington. G. A. k J. P. CHAPMAN. Editors. fJ7"The State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. TUE SE3I I WEEKLY EDITIOX I published every Wednesday and Saturday, and dur ing tbe session of the Legislature, three times a week, f on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at Four Dollars a year, payable always in cdvance. THE 1VECRLY EDITION Is published every Thursday, at Two Dollars a ytar. always to be paid in advance. $1 in advance will pay for six months. $3 will pay fur three copies one year. Fersons 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 50 cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at one dollar a sq...

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

ffttftumct State Sentinel. WCERLY CD1TIQ.. trriflAL TlSfXAKCB I THE PRICK P UIUTT. IXI)IAXAPOI.lS, JULY 17, 1S45. . For Congress, Fifth' District, WILLIAM W. VICK. Isaac Smith Is our authorized agent to abtaih subscribers and receipt for payments for the same, until further notice. JIy Merles f Indiaiiapolis' In relation to this subject, we have received the following : IxEiANArous, July, 14, 1313. Friends Chapman Your article in the Stale Sentinel, relative to the doings in the ''State House cellar, seems to be offensive to some of our citizens, and as they say, O 44cast imputations of negligence on the Magistracy and other conservators of the Peace in our city." For myself, I disclaim all knowledge that said cellar was accessible to any one, except to the proper State officer, for any purpose, until on the examination of some larcenies on Monday morning last, I discovered that some stolen goods were secreted there. Since that time I have diligently examined the reports in circulat...

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

4' Oration on American Intlepciitleucc, Ddinrcd by loan LaVEBTT, A. D., MuurtttUle, July Alh, 1815. (Publithtd by request the Citizen. ) Fillow Citiziss It it good for us occasionally to suspend the activity ol trade, the strife of politic, and the frivolties of pleasure, that we may enjoy a transient repose for contemplating the blessings with which we a a cation are favored, the vast interests with which we are entrusted, and the consequent obligations resting upon us. And what more auitable occasion for reviewing our history as a colony, and then as a nation, than this the 4th of July, the birth-Jay of our nation the day on which we burst the bands of British tyranny and proclaimed to the world our independence.- but why should I attempt to JJ to the praises of the revolutionary fathers ! so often and so ably has the topic been handled by the learned and great men of our country since the day of our emancipation. Yet, because JclLrson has extolled the heroes of Bunkers hill, shal...

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

r sali or sixiiixc; rt.D laxds. The followins; piec, parcel or lot of land heretofore bid in fi.r the Mats of Indiana under mortgage to the SinLinj Fund, (unlet reinstated under the provisions ol . tli act'ol lh liilh January, 1845, by th 13llt da of the present month.) will be offered fur aale to the highest bidder, Hi Uli day f August next, at the Court House dor in the town ol Indianapolis, on a credit ol jire years, wiili interest at the rate of acveu per cent auuuaWj, in alliance, to-wit : , Boone Coun'y. The east half f the e qr of see IS, t IS a, r 2 w lso ZO ami off the tai of the w half f the w qr cf tec 17, of a:re t and r, in all 100 c:es, a moie particular desciijvtiun f which, may be fouDd on ae 1S5-6 of book No. 3 of j the iecuid of dteJs of Boone count, moitg.j-d by )vba i thriiman , lon, inteiest, damages and costs, $ViO 06. The a e qr of tbe n qr cf sec 8, t 19 n, r 2 e also the n e qr of the e qr of $ec 5, t 19 n, i I e, containing in i l SO acte; rao.igngid 1 Jami...

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

INDIANA STATE SENTNIEL: TUE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF TOE STATE QZ7OjJice on Illinois Street, JS'orth of Washington. G. A. & J. P. CHAPMAN, Editors. CThe State Sentinel will contain. a ranch larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. THE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION . Ia published every Wednesday and Saturday, and dur--ing the session of the Legislature, three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays .ind Saturdays, at Four 2MJars a year, payable always in advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION -Is published every Thursday, at Two Dollars a year, - always to bo paid in advance. . l in Advance will pay fur six months. Ä3 will Dav fur three conies nnn vrnr. i - t j - Persons remitting $10 in advance, free of postage, shall have three conies of the Semi-Weekly one year. $'2 will pay fur six months. $1 will al.vays be charged fur the Tri-Weekly, and 50 cents for the . Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted t...

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

Snöicum State Sentinel. Vei:hxy editio.v. miHAt T1CILAHCK H THÜ TKICt T UBFaTV. I D1.4MAP01.IS JITY 24, IS15. For Congress, Fifth District. WILLI A 31 W. W I C K. AVÜli Mii X1 Wiek Will address the citizens of Terry township, on Friday next, (the 23th inst) in the afternoon, at 1 o'clock on the farm of Noah Wright, Esq., on the Madison road, four and a half miles south of Indianapolis. Mr. Wright, although a political opponent, Laving generoasly given the use of his premises for that purpose. Yolney B. Talnier is our agent for obtaining subscribers and advertisements for the We'tkly and Semi-Weekly State Sentinel in the cities of Baltimore, Philadelphia) New York, and Boston. His offices are southeast corner of Baltimore and Calvert street?, Baltimore; north wc&t coVncr of Third and Chesnut stre-i? Philadelphia; Tribune buildings, opposite the City IlalU N. York ; No. 12 State street, Boston, tf. Mexico. Arrivals at New Orleans on the 6th instl, bring news from Vera Cruz...

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

From t Union. Tbc Administration its Progress, and its Poller. It it now four months, since Mr. Polk assumed the seals of office, and entered upon the discharge of the weighty responsibilities to which he was called by hia countrymen. It beinrr in the recess of Conrrrcss. the duty of the President has been mainly to see that the laws, as he found them, were faithfully executed. To this duty be has, with great labor, devoted his whole time and talents. We doubt whether any of his predecessors ever devoted, mare labor if so much in giving his personal attention to all the details of the various branches of thtj public service. No part of that service, as far as we are enabled to judge, has escaped Lis vigilant attention. Our foreign relations have occupied no inconsiderable portion of his time. . He is, emphatically, a working President, and he has been most fortunate in haying aruund him a talented, harmonious and working cabinet. . To his energy, wisdom, and forecast, is the country...

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

Oi-ntiota of Ccorsc B incron In niciuoration of the Life and Services or Andrew Jackton, lelivercl tit tlie Vist Trout of the Capitol in the Clijr of Washington, June 27, IS 15. The earn of the American revolution are no more. The age oT crevive power hes passed away. The last surviving sifrier of Iba Declaration of Indcpenpenc bia long LA tV iti WaakinfftAn Ii na e Kia AtaVfi ltW tomae. arroanded by hi. own f.,ni!y and ecrv.nte. Ad- hi. qoiet, deep-seated, innate. intoi.ive f.ith in -m. tba eofassu. of independence, reno-e. in the rem, freedom, and in tha inalitir.iou. offre dorn. He v i - i i rat grave yard of hi. native rrgion. Ji fferaon eleeps on the heights of his own Monticello, whence hi. eye overkoked hi. beloved Virginia. M.Jion,lha U.t survivor of the men who made our constitution, w,,, 'n our heart. But who .hall eay that the ber-e, in whom the image of (J.mI hone most brightly, d net live forever ! They were Cited with the van conceptions which called ( America i.ito ke...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 July 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL:! TUE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF TUE STATE (gfOJice ort Illinois Street, Sörth of 'Washington. G. A. fr J, P. CHAP3IAN, Editors. fJ--The State Sentinel will contairl a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. tiie slhi.vli:klv edition I 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. ,,' TUG 1YEEIIXY EDITION Is published every Thursday, at Two Dollar a year, always to be paid in advance. $1 in advance will pay for six months. "$5 will pay fur three copies one year. Fersons 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 50 cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at one dolla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 July 1845

Snftianq Btatc fontincL HXrjiLY EDITION. rrrKKAL vicilauce i the nice er iibf-xtY. IM)lAAroIJS JII.V til, IS 15. 07" We copy the following letter of Rev. Mr. Eeecber to the Cincinnati Herald, together with the editorial remarks or that paper, as matter of interest to this community. Front the Cincinnati Herald. The Outrage in liMliauupolfe. "We publish in another columti a long account by Rev. lt. W. Ueecher, of the late dreadful outrage in Indianapolis. Our recent notice was founded Un a letter from a gentlemin ui ludiauiupli to a friend ia thi city. Tlie letter was brought to us, with a request to give publicity in some way to its contents.We knew the writer, and believed him to be a man of truth ; and we made no statement in our article which' was not found in his letter. It seems from Mr. Ueecher's representation, which has intrinsic evidence of truthfulness, to say nothing of the hijjh character of the author, that the gentleman from whose letter we quoted, was mistaken in seve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 July 1845

COMMUNICATIONS. Fair Sailing, Mr. Hamilton. " No tricks upon Travelers." Being in the office of the Indium State Sentinel on Saturday last, my particular friend and opponent for auditor, John W. Hamilton, made his appearance and procured a considerable number of the full Democratic county tickets for this county, which had just beet printed. ,1 immediately put on roy puzzling cap, in order to divjne the reason for this strange procedure, in one who I had been led to believe desired any thing else than my election. Has this man, thought I turned Democrat, deserted the whiga and declined running for auditor ? Has the annexation of Texas and determination of President Tollt to ßtfg the British rather than give up Oregon determined Lim to support the Democratic candidates for Congress and the State Legislature ! I could not believe that either of these irtotives governed him, and that only two considera tions could have operated upon him in the purchase of these tickets. The first to af...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 July 1845

SALE OF S1XKIXG FUXD LASDS. The following piece, parcels or loll of land heretofore bid in for tbe Mora "of Indiana under mortgage to the Sinking Fund, (unlet reinstated under the provisions ol i tit act of the Ulli January, Ic!45, by th 13tb day of the C resent month.) tili be offered for sale to the hiTicat idder, on the llih tfay oT August next, si the Court, House dour in tits town ot Indianapolis, on a credit of ßce years, wild interest at the rat of seven per cent anuually, in mdranee, to-wif. . . Boone Coun'y. The esst ruff of tbe s e qr of see 18, t IS D, r 2 W also 20 acres otf the s end of h w half of tbe s w qr of see 17, of sane t aud r, iu sll 100 acres, more paiticular deciiplinn of wbTch, may be found oo page 1S5-6 of book No. 3 of tli lecoid of deeds of Boone county, mortgaRrd by Juhn I Cbrisman ; loan, interest, damages abd eot, f 479 06. . The e qr of (he n e qr of ice 8, t IJ n, r i e i also the n e qr of the s e qr of see 5, t 19 n, r S e, containing in all 80 ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 August 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TUE OFFICIAL CA7ETTE OF THE STA TE (gT'OjJice on Illinois Street, North of Washington (i. A. & J. P. CH.mJAX, Editors. (tT"The State Sentinel will contain a mmh lanrcr amount of reading matter, on all subject of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. THE SU.m-WKEKIA' EDITION Is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and dur ing the 82ssjon ol the Legislature, three times a week, on luesOiiys, lhursdays and Mturuays, at tour Dollars a year, payable always in advance. THE WEEKLY EBMTIO Is published every Thursday, at 'Jco Dollars a year, always to oe paiu in advance. 1 in advance will pay fur six months. 5 will pay fur three copies one year. Fcrsons remitting 10 in advance, free of postage, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. .$"2 will pay f )r six months. 1 will 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 do...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 August 1845

diriuaita State Sentinel. H'CKKLV KDITIO.X. ANXEXATIOI COXriRJirD. J Isaac Van Zant, W fmvi rorivfHl i!Vt information from Texas. S- Holland, tflK.IAL VlOlHWCt 1 THE MICE f 11BEITT. IXIJIAAI'OLiIS, AIGIST t, 145. SOUND THE TOCSIN! IS A L 3v : W- that the people in Convention assembled; on the 4th ""J w . '.i.- - -.L: t-... Ke- Smyth, -u.jr, iv w, Jimei Armstrong. i- Lr - 9' Francis W. White, James Davis, Attest : II. L- Kinney, William L- Caznetu,' A. S. Cunningham, Abner S. Lipscomb, John Hemphill, Van R. Iriun. saw DEJIOCIt.iCY TRIXIPIIAXTI The Citadel Iledccined ! Tuesday Morning. Yesterday the election in Indiana came off; and it has been remarked in all quar . ters as one of the most nutet that ever occurred in the State. Indeed, leading Whigs here, have laugh ed to 6ee charges iiscd by their friends in one quarter, while the same charges were made more tangible by the Democrats against the Whigs in another neither of them wortij, mentioning at present But our object is to stat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 August 1845

?ii:io ciuciiT couirr. Criminal Cases. - Btporttd for the Statt Sentinel. August 2, 1945. Slate ts. James Washington Buckhart. On the charge c-f grand larceny. TLc said Euckhart was recognized to tlie circuit court on the charge f -teal-ing a kcjj .f powder from E. Iledtlerly. "William Wake Bas, who testified against Buckhirt befure a justice -of the peace, refused to give any testimony in the case, bo he was released. Gentlemen: I was much pleased to see, in the Journal, Die other dty, an opinion of the Editor that if there bo an ordinance against flyinjr kites it should be enforced ; if not, the Council should enact one immediately. Such a sentiment appearing in- such a paper is one of the best omens the country could wish for. It shows that the Whigs are riving up their favorite measure the system upon which their hopes are founded, and for which they have been long and anxiously contending. Why did they wish to place Mr. Clay in the presidential chair ? Merely because lie is ia ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 August 1845

SALE OF SlXIilXG I-UXO LAXDS. The following piece , parcel or loin of land heretofore hid in Tor t!i Mji of Indiana J-der nortzn2e lu (lie J'tiW Fund, (uuU-s reinstated under llie oi,ioiis of le,sW 41 1 i Liii!. IM äi-inn present month.) will be flYreJ fr tale lu the Indent 73375 . jVddrr,.rn the 14ih day of August iit, at the Court J , he htlf of lhe f w r,r of 15. t 19 p, r 4 e, CQntainJJou door in llie town ol In.ln.ir.poli, on a rmdil of . Kn .,.. , Lr Jimes Morrow luaa. interest. r years, with interest at the rale of seien per Cent ao- uually, m ud ranee, to-wit : . The w nAjf 0f the n w qr of sec S, t 13 n, r 5 e, except a Soon CoVy 'piece off 4h w side of said tract 7 poles wirte ; also, that , The east half of the s e rjr of sec Ts. t IS nift.w alo Pr of said tract heretof .re conve, ed to ri.ilip IUre, lea v0 am. off the end of He w half of the w qr of see 17, "R 60 acres 1 moiln by Daniel llare and John IUdgway : r ...... t Hit in 11 inn ..... . ,.t;....i-,r .i-.o.in. Iojd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 August 1845

0 I ''V 'f. - ) 1 'A s: 0" I 4 i- ? i I' A t ft if INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF THE STATE (gj-OJfice on Illinois Street, Sörth of Washington. ' .0. A. & J. P. CHAPMAN, Editors. " (J-The State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading rruttcr, on all subjects cf general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana the siuii-w i:i:kly edition Ig published every Wednesday ami Saturday, and during the session of the Legislature, three timed a week, cm Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at Four Ddlart a year, payable always in advance. TIIC lrCCKLY' EIIITIOX Is published every Thursday, at Two Dollars a year, always to be paid, in advance. $1 in advance will pay fur six months. 5 will pay for three copies one year. Persons remitting 10 in advance, free of post age, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one ; year. 'J will pay for six months. 1 will always be charged for t ,. Tri.W.H:n,l AO Cu fr th Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 August 1845

3nMcum State Sentinel. WEEKLY CDITIO.V. ETRRMAL VISILASCC If THE PaiCC T ttTT. IXII.4r41'OLlS, ALGl'St' 14, IS 15. JMA11IO-V ClIttXIT COUKT. Criminal Oisrr. Reported for the St of Sent im A. The Stale ffInJiarii ts. Edcard Daiis. Indictment fr murder in the second dejrce wp m the person of John Tucker, a negro, at Indianapolis, on the 4th day of July last. WiPNwmr Moaning, 9 o'clock. Court met pursuant o adjournment. John Rider. States, tliat on the fourth or July last. Dear the ralmer Houe, mw the Negro, Tucker, on tle pavement hear Meikel'a grocery, on Washington street Saw Wood strike tlie ncpro, Tutkcr, on the nose, and pass into a grocery. The blood streamed from the hose of Tucker. Tucker Mid " iT you want to have blood, we will have blood for blood." Tucker was advised to go and prosecute Wood for striking hm. Tucker started toward the Magistrate's office; Wood crossed the street, and afterward- followed Tucker, with a piece of board or plank in his hand, in the direction of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 August 1845

not more than from 6 to 10 feet dis'anee apart, when the -"negro iloopeJ to pick up the brick, auJ when the negro raiseJ, Wood waa close upon him in the act of linking. Creas-Examined. Tba witness wae distant aome three httuJreJ feet, whea thej strack first. - Witness is certain ihit the bluwt were imullaueoa. Witness had a clear w. k- Jen j Tmucksis, State Witness, says: Saw the negro eroM the treet; heard him say that he woulJ make Nick Wood pay for this. Saw them as they were being- parted, aar Wood with a stick. There was a good many brickbats thrown. ' More after Davis wa knocked down. After the negro was knocked dawn the last time, thinks Davis .hit him. with a brick or stone on the side of the neck. Thiuks it was Davis because the individual who done it was bleeding from the head, and went and leaned against h fence. Some person aaij, as the negro was hit, "do Dot hit a dead man." Cross EjcamimJ. Saw Davie knocked down. Saw Bellinger approach the negro, after Davia was hit, i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 August 1845

S wii?rlitnil. j rouTicit. Constitution or the Swtss Cantons. , The novel spectacle of a religious war in Switzerland, hat turned publc attention, es-eciall in Eurot, vt ry Much tuwardi thai country. We have th uht that a condensed view of Uic political constituUjn of the country, and of soma other matters councct.-d wi.h it, inijrht be inlm-stm:; tJ our readers. Tl. twpntv.tu-n CniM-na nni unlt d on Frttiil tprma in a confederation fir 'mutual defence; hut in most other respects each La3 iu own independent intcraa administration. NVufchatcl, in which the Kinjr of Prussia rule, is the only exception to the Pepublican form of government In lSil important reform took 1 lace in the several cantons in favor of democracy, n six of the smaller mountain cantons, legislation and fcovcrci-nty arc exercised by thejemle in a geii-; and nation, lor the pur pose or enlightening me governaval auwcmWy without the intervention of a represen-, " ' fJr conditions of their several lo. ...;..!7-Ll ?i i...

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