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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 August 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF THE STATE tgrOJjiee on Illinois Street, Xorth of Washington. (f. A. & J. P. CHAPMAN, Editors. 07" The State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. ' Tlin SEMI-WKEKLY EDITION Is published every Weduesday and Saturday, and during the Bession of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at Four D(4larg a year, payable alwaj-S in advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION J published every Thursday, at Two Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. $1 in advance will pay fur six months. will pay for three copies one year. Persons remitting 10 in advance, free "of postage, shall Lave three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. $2 will pay for six montlis. sl 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 — 21 August 1845

'HlOfctAttA fttstf . aK! 'Mr Morrison, fear to come out boldly tnd say sol WEKTtLY ED1TÖ.V TtaüL viciiusca I THt met ar liiutt. 1IIAAIM)L1S, ÄLCLST 31, 145. i'oliiicul Mysteries of Indianapolis. CHAPTER II. "A. remind hurried shvjfiing of the cards by the 'cabal of political gamlUrs to whom we alluded in our proemial chapter, induces us to anticipate the regular detail of the baseness we intend t3 expose in full, so that the people can be put on their guard gainst the tricks about to be played upon tbchi, and look out for theirvcArfi as well as their principles. The BeviU it is written,, sometimes clothes himself in the garb of an angel of light, the more easily to en trip and secure his prey. It is seldom that stronger VvMencecf the fact has bwn presented, than is evinced in the following specious document, for a copy of which we tie indebted to a Whig friend. proposals For rubHsingt at Indianapolis, a Xeicspoper, Entitled, the HDIWA DI11IOCUAT: - Br A. F. Morrison and S. F. Coving...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 August 1845

IlUe aud Fall or Protection. Human history is little more than the record of the appearance of fallacies, their general adoption, tortuous eourae', and final extinction. They mark a period in the course of nrenta fruitful as a matter of speculation to .philosophers. The corn laws of .England, aa an embodiment oF. .the protective theory, have existed for 150 years, coeval with the paper system. They are now, in principle, among the things that were, and will soon be obliterated from the statute books. For 150 years the English Government has been in pur-wit of a phantom, which has involved the people in misery beyond all conception. Up to the year 16S3, England was a corn-exporting country. Its surplus of agricultural produce more than sufficed for its own inhabitants, and the regulations of the crown were chiefly to restrain its exports. In that year, under Charles IL, the first law to favor corngrowers was enacted. The preamble of the law lays do wn wisdom as follows : Tb surest so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 August 1845

Ulcction. place this month ia seven States, as follows : , North Carolina. August 7, Legislature and 9 11 10 10 7 M C. 7, irov. L,cg. ana 4, Legislature and 4, Legi stature and 4, Legislature and 4, Legislature. 4, Legislature. Kentucky, Indiana, Alabama, Illinois, 14 Aliseouri, Tliese will complete tlie tWtions for the 27th Con gress, in all the Slates except Maryland (G) which votes in October, and Mississippi (4) in November. The State of Maine, New Hampshire and Masnachuevtta, have one member of Congress each to elect to tipplj vacancies in the delegations. . Tcunesre Election. The Nashtitle Whig says or the election in Tennessee: Thus far the news is decidedly unfavarablo to the Whigs. Mr. Clay's majority over Mr. Folk in the whole State, was only 113 votes. Mr. Foster has already fallen behind Mr. Clay's majority five or six hundred votes, and elioulJ the returns from a few more counties continue tJ exhibit a corresponding loss on the part of the Whig', the general result will...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 August 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: THE OFFICLIL UAZETTE THE OF STATE QT'OJJice on Illinois Street, Xnrth of Washington. : G. A. & J. P. CHAPMAN, Editors, h CrThe State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading natter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. THE SCMI-WCCKLY i:iITIO. Is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and during the session of tlie Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, bt Four Dollars a year payable always in advance. TIIC WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Thursday, at Two Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. $1 in advance will pay fur six months. $3 will pay fur 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 for six months. 1 will always be charged for the Tri-Weekly, and 50 cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. 4 ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 August 1845

3nMqna Bttitc SctümcK WCCULY KDITIO.X. ITIIHtL TIltAWC H THK WKt T UBEKTT. INDIANAPOLIS Al'GlSI' 28.MS45. Political 31y4cic of Indianapolis. CHAPTER XT. - Mormdä kiys hat the tiame of Gen. Lewis Cass will b placed at the head cf the colunfns "of the u Iiidiana Democrat, aa the man whom it p refers for he next Presidency. This is the natoe which the Morrison ciique bf office seefcinj hunkers hare, for the past two or three years, lfen endeavoring to use as a stepping tone to their bwn personal preferment. They in reahty care teo more for Gen. Cass than they do for any other toan living ; but they think hia name and fame the most axai'able to facilitate their own designs of selfish personal aggrandizement. Time and the course öf events Will satisfy Gen. Cass, aiid every body else of the truth of this. These men will inert him without the slightest hesitation, whenever they think the name and reputation of any other man will be more likely to promote their own ends, whether that Viaine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 August 1845

From tht Democratic Rev is to fur Jul and August. 11:1 ir, or tlie Globe. - Sir. Blair' name has been so Ion jj identified with that of the journal which, under his editorship, fjr Ifotirteen years plajetl o important a part in the politics of this country, that they an scarcely yet be disassociated, notwithstanding the rule of law that death dissolves partnership. He still occurs to the mind as 'ßlair of the Globe," even though the Globe has parsed out of existence, and the editor has turned his pen into a ploughshare, his pcinsors into a pruning book, mi bid rouble cylinder Napier into a big irked, revolving to. the tinkling persuasion of a Silver ßpritH?.' Blair of the Globe he is still, and Blair of the Globe be will remain to the end of the chapter, even though the place that once knew him knows Jiim no more, and the famous "fiscal partner" like Othello's, his occupation gone has taken of late to making mysterious speeches, and burying them deep in the bowels of the earth. And ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 August 1845

Troop lor Texas. It is said and believed that the flying artillery company at Fort Hamilton, L. I. have received orders to hold themselves ready to go south at a moment' warning. The Norfolk Beacon of the 11th instant says two companies from Fortress Jlonroe are ordered to Texas immediately. They are to be conveyed by the U. S. Steamer Col. Ilarnex. at Norfolk. ' It ia stated by the Washington correspondent of t Ko i7jkiiri.r anil fvnnnirar flint 'thpro dütin hfii Ar .patched fhft. the Navy Yard Lere, one hundred an .: jifiy box,, of muskets! by the southern boat, to go , through by the mail route to New Orleans, and one o f . . hundred boxet in addition have been ordered to De sent after them as quick as thev can possibly be prepared. There has been alao 300,100 ball cartridges ordered to be prepared and forwarded by the eame conveyance with the utmost despatch, as well as a number df goe carriages and other military stores. So great Is thn hurry, and so urgent the orders of the go...

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

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: THE OFFICIAL UAZETTE THE OF STATE (grOßce on Ilb'nois Street, North of Washington. G. A. fc J. P. CHAPMAN, Editors, C-The State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading thatter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. THE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITIOX 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 EDITIOX Is published every Thursday, at Tico Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. $1 in advance will pay for six months. $5 will pay fur three copies one year. . J Fersons remitting ftlO in advance, free of post- a ge, 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 s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 September 1845

htbtaiia Slate Sentinel. WCIiKLY EDITION crrAL vioitABic is the nice or LtBcmTT. . ,, w - Political Masteries of Indianapolis. tflhrtß vi. We hai Intended, iprjjnt jt Vast, not to ntinue our sketch V jW'tf Democratic Ves in Indianapolis, beyltad the cfvent of the death the "Democrat ;" and, instead of saying anything jout the State Sentinel, nr ourselves, to review tie urse of A. F. Morrison and other members of the Junto, as politicians. But the following article which -pear in the Fort Wayne Sentinel of Aug. 23, inures us to rt.Uiry our originalpurpose. We do this ith less reluctance, notwithstanding we very much islike the apparent egotism which must necessarily ttend tSe task, because we know that we have unustly suffered in the estimation, of our Northern riends, through their misapprehension of our true Kition in relation to some of the most important events of the last three yeir3. Considerations per sonal to oorse'ves, are of but trifling concern to the ublic ; but placed as...

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

a.ur witii jiexico. - Sonsi of Labor. Itsccmafrom our latent dates that the announce- Whittier, the Quaker Tort, has commenced in the ment of Jlexico having actuilly declared war against Democratic lienew a series of 44 Songs of Labor, theLr.ited States was premature. Our community have since been somewhat excited bj learning that Geo- Gaines had called on Gov. 3Ioutonof Louisiana for two regiments of troops to be stationed at the fort and barracks on the Gulf, subject to the orders of the Government, and that the U. S. troops in garrison at those places were to be immediately transferred to Texas, to support Gen. Taylor. Other troops from the west are ontheir way south. This call is said to have been made on account of Gen. Gaines Laving received "authentic information to the effect that ten thousand Mexican troops were within eight days march of Gen. Taylor, who wa poetcd at St. Joseph's Island." Later intelligence docs not corroborate the latter information. It is also said that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 September 1845

From Iht Mt. CcrtW, III., Dtmocrat, Aug 9. Oregon JIn Convention. At a very large and enthushrtic meeting of the citizen of Illinois, convened at a beautiful g'love near Fairfield, in Wayne county, on Thursday, the 7fh day of August, 1315 on motion Col. John S. Hacker, of Uniön, was appointed President pro tcm., and Henry W. Moore, of Gallatin, made Secretary, pro tern. Dr. Daniel Turr.ey, from the committee of arrange- t inenw of rarneld, submitted the namea raen to he ofLYers of the day, as follows : of gentlePresident of the day : Hon. Walter B. Scates, of Jefferson. Vice Presidents : Col. John S. Hacker or Union, Maj. Daniel Powell and Col. Samuel Slocumb of White, Thomas S. Hick, Esq. of Gallatin, Col. R. A. D. Wilbanks of Jefferson, A. P. Qrdcr, Esq. of Williamson, Jos. II. Reed, Esq. of Richland, II. P. Boyakin, Esq. of Marion, Dr. James Mahon, of Wabash. Charles Burns, Esq. of Edward, Charles II. Heard, E-q. of Hamilton, Lyman Trumbull, Esq. of St. Clair, Hon. 0. B. Ficklin,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 September 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TUE OFFICIAL UAZETTE TUE OF STATE (T"OJJice on Illinois Street, Sörth of Washington. G. A. k J. P. CHAPMAN, Editors. 07"Tho State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading1 matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. THE SCMI-WEEKLY EDITION 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. TUB WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Thursday, at Two Dollars a year -, always to be paid in advance. 51 in advance will pay fur six months. & will pay for 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 for six months. 1 will always be charged for the Tri-Weekly, and 50 ceuU for tbe Weekly, during tbe Legislative sessions. .ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at one doll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 September 1845

SnSiatm State Sentinel. WEEKLY KDITlOXl . CTIKAl TICILAVCC 1 THt FBICC T LiBCftTt. I.IH-tWAPOLlS, SLPT. 10, 1 SI 5. (-The overhauling of sandrjr dusty records, which has occupied some tide this week, has delayed the continuation of the "mysteries.' Ve shall soon have the matter ad jus ted flr several very interesting chapters. 0"Two or three members of the Junto are now travelling over the State, some of them ostensibly on official business. They will have lots of ojTy gammon to peddle among the people. Look, out for them ! ! The Columbus Gazette, (a Whig paper,) of Aug. & Las the following article relative to Indianapolis politicians : "Qj-TUe Lncofocos in this State, are getting into a tremendous snarl, about matters and tilings in general. Chapmans of the State Sentinel appear to be in a peck of trouble, because another democratic paper is shortly to be established at Indianapolis, and in the heat of passion, or the return of reason, we don't know which, they have com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 September 1845

sale or nns aiorlgazc.i to the Sinking Fund for Failure lo pajr Interest. THE fully wir. tract, piece, parcels or lot of land, or so touch f each, as mi be necessary, will on Thun day the 13th day of November neat, between the boars of 8 o'clock, A. M. and 6 o'clock. P. M. of said day at tho Court House io Indianapolis, be offered for tale to the highest bidder, (the bid being equal to the amount chargeable,) the same having teen mortgaged lo the Sinking Fund on loao, the interest on which has not beeo paid, as it became due, in conformity with tbe provisions of tbe mortgage nd bond, annexed thereto t Bartholomew County. Tb ndirided f of the e half of the i e tjr of See 14, t 9 B, r 6 1 1 lee records of deeds in Bartholomew county, pages 276-7-$ of Book G for particular description j mortgaged by Ilea ry B. Roland i loan, interest, &e. $577 09. The n w qr of see Ii, t 10 n, r 5 mortgaged by James Tread way loan, intercut, &e. $574 IS. The e qr of see 27, aod ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 September 1845

Ths flcnnptitc l'incc at lloidcnlowiiH "1 ins following Icltor describing the present conditi,a mid occupant of tbe late residence of tbe ex-Kiag cf .Spain at ixirdcntown, N. J., is from a correspond tut of the Evening l'oct : la a brcf viait lately to Philadelphia, I etopped for a few hour at the really royal residence of the late C)u:itue Surveilhcrs, (Joseph Eonaparte,) which lies . t i : j l i .i i i nf ar me mgri ruati, uuw raiiroaa, aoOUl hall way Detv?en New York and her Quaker cDmpeer; "This property is admirably situated for commanding effect at a bnJ of the river Delaware, which sweeps with a graceful curve around Point Breesei" and wander ineandering through a beautiful champaign country till quite loet in the distance. It is a singular fact that Mpulou in looking over nn American nrap many-years befjrc the downfall of bis houe, pointed out tiji yp-tt as a charming site fur a country residence. Uli brother Joseph, in cming to this country, rememtered the situation thuä si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 September 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TUE OFFICIAL UAZETTE THE OF STATE CT Ojjics on Illinois Street, Sörth of Washington. G. A. & J. P. CHAPMAN, Editors. (rThe Slate Sentinel will contain a mnch larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. THE SlUIIWCKULY UDXTIOX 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. T1IC WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Thursday; at Tiro Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. .$1 in advance will pay for six months. $ will pay for three copies one year. Fersons remitting ÄlO 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 — 18 September 1845

3nManci State Sentinel. WEKKLY i;iITIO ETCBK4L VISalCC I THE flttCC frT LlBtTT. I . D I A X A ! H, Si:iT. IS, 1S4 5. ludiaua. For the last time, we desire to say to tlie Press at large, that the Democratic majority on joint ballot is TWELVE. Frying rumors will be governed accord Correction-. We "ciphered some considerable to get our last election returns correct, and yet in one instance we omitted to perceive an error of 100 votes. Judge Wick'ii majority should 1410 instead of 1300, as we had it. Thor rn.iT be other errors undiscovered as vet. If j any such exist, we must tnrow a portion oi uie uwinc on some of the County Clerks, who are cither negli gent or incompetent. It strikes us that a, Hllte more care on their part would be full as gratifying to them, as it would be useful to the public at large; JLawrciiceburgli Ilea con. Among a variety of other wisby washy slang in the Beacon of Sept. 11, is the following : "Why don't Chapmans give us their opinion of our caud.dute i Gover...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 September 1845

From the Kew Ywk Morning AVtrs. Letter from ITIr. Van Huron. AVe have been favored with the following1 admirable letter for publication. The views which Mr. Van Buren takes of the duty of all, in the present position of the Texas question, are eminently right and patriotic, and cannot but find a response in every truly American heart : Lindextald, Sep. 2, 1345. Dear 2ir: I have had the honor to receive your ..friendly letter, conveying to me, by its direction, the proceedings of a spontaneous meeting of the Uemocra cy of the 10Ü1 and 13th Wards of the city of ITew w 'Ork. I The just discrimination and patriotic ardor by which thoae proceedings are distinguished, do honor to the meeting, and are in harmony with the invaluable prin-j ciplea and past lives of those who composed it. I j have read them with great satisfaction, and do not, , id the least, doubt that theylpeak also the sentiments j of the Democracy of the whole city. j Without a more particular notice of the contents of j ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 September 1845

sali: or laxds Morigavc.l t the SinKlu,; Fund for I'niltue lo pay luit-rcsi. T IHK fllwin tr,ct. riete, rarcels or ,,,, Una, or i murh uf each as mtr be necessary, will on Tbuiteay the I3tn day of November next, bet ween the hours of 8 o'clock, A. M. and 6 o'clock, P. M. of id day at tht Court Jloue in Ii iia.apolii, be uflVie I for sale to the highest bidder, (ih Ml tiring rq'iil to the amount chargeable,) the me h.nt; 1-een nvirtg-iged to the Sinking Fund on loan, Ibe iiteiet on which has not been pait, a it became due, ii co f.iii.iiy ith tbe provisions of the mortgage and bond aiiutii d iheieto : ! Birtholjnerb County. The undiv ided -f of the e half of Ihe a e jr of sec 1 4, t 9 n, r 6 e; see recoids of deeJs in Bartholomew county, pages 276-7-S of Bo-.fc (; f r paiticularfescrip'in t morgg'd by Uerry B. Roland t loan, inteiest, &e. $77 09. The n w qr of nee 12, t 10 n r 5 1 mortgaged by James TieadAar; loan, inteiest, kc $74 IS. Tbe t e q- of see 27, and the n w qr...

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