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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 October 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: THE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF THE STATE (gj-ÜJjlce on Illinois street, North of Washington. (I A. k J P. CHAPMAN, Editors. O-The State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. tug simii-u i:i:ki,y i:iitio. Is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and during the session of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays, at Four Dotlars a year, payable always in advance. TUG WKCKLY EDITION Is published every Thursday, at Two Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. SI 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. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at one dollar a square...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 October 1845

JnMana Btatc Sentinel. KT r I A L VIOItCS I THE fICE CT LISCKTT. IlIA!.4I"Ol.lS, OCTOlSHIt 30, 1815. One Jiorc 116 Xuild t the Counter. Toe Lawrenceburgb Beacon, ever since the close of the last se-sion of ths Legislature, ha 'been in the hibit of attacking prominent Democrats, and am ng others, James Whitcomb; somstimcs pretending l i rgj-lukl Mi D !uo:rocj,3 at 'J,CT chargHi him with political ambition, aud again broadly B'.tinr thit he hid di?ad to birgiin off the nomir.ati.TJ to t;i? Syrens 13 "in, to s3Cur O hiauclf Wi.iz vote for lue U. S. S-i.mte. Vi -h i!l at pres-ui co.j jus oarjelves to tha first of tiie. .-ii.tr-es. The Boicon Lis more than once hinted thit something on this pjint could be proved if leave were riven, and finally in that paper of the 13th Sept., af.er stating thit " Col. Mirinus W.llet, late of Rush County, i the mm we meant," &.C., tint is to air, the person by winm could be proven the charge of dishonesty, if injunctions were removed, it adds...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 October 1845

sale or nns aiorfjisfö:! t Hie Sinklii- rund for l.illure K pay I.itricsi. rpilE T.ll .wi: 'K tract, (tece, parrel or Ms ol land, or af rmirit ol each a may be ueccstary, will on Than. ! mc,r I aio,tnene qr oi me n c qr 01 sec 17. t 8 n, f 6 dar the 13th day of November next, between the hours of 8 1 w. '""'sining 0 acies j nW.ged by John Fletcher Goodo clock, A. M. inj 6 o'clock. P. M. of said d .y at the Court j ' ,0jB. eil, etc. 492 dolis 97 CP. - " Indianapolis, be oflVrel for sate to the hi-hct bid- Hendricks County. . der, ihe bid tein equal to the arn.unt chargeable,) the I Th qr of the w half ol the s qr of sec 1 1, and the n same hiTin tern m irf'ijrd to the Sinking Fund on loan, I w V of ,neo lr a' 2M 14 n, r I w, containing 163 selbe inteiest oo which has not bent pail, a it became due, in tt mortgaged by Human lliatt: loan, inteiest, etc. 5S4 co.f.rmity m iih the p.-uvisi ,u of the niurtzi'e and bonds .k" 3S ctatiaextd theiclo : The n half r.f the d e qr fiae of are 6, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 October 1845

L.XW ITEJJS. Casa Pollt Bobise. One of the moat singular instances on recorJ, perhaps nnparalleled in judicial history, of ll.e failure of a JuJj?a to instruct a Jury right noon the law. occurred in the case of PvIIr Botline, lately tried in New Yoik. Out of tventwnin r iceptions liVeft . " by her counsel to the uVin.of lha Circuit luJieKe- fy-teven were sustained by the Supreme Court, n WM fii'ng into loaf ausnr; and to produce that inferior abandoned, andcK wai pronounced well taken etcey ta PUgar ctflts more actually than to produce fruitalle suto mere form. In other worJ the Circuit JuJge maJe ' car in Cuba or Brazil. That is to say, on the same twenty-seven erroneous decisions, and probably twentyeight, oat of the twenty-nine. The points presented by her counsel were reducible to three general head: 1, to .he decisions of the Circuit Juice in charging the trier a to the ground of disqualification of juror f r bias, and orerruhog vjueationB put to the juror fur the purpose of as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 November 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: THE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF THE STATE gfOffice. on Illinois Street, Sörth of 'Washington. G. A. & J. T. CHAPMAN, Editors. (7"The State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. THE SEJII-'.VEl'KL.Y 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. THE VTEEEILY EXUTION puuiisneu every AaurMjay, ai a wo uoaars a year, aIway3tobepaidinadvar.ce. 81 in advance will pay for six months. iö will pay for three copies one year. Persons remitting ftlO in advance, free of post- : aje, shall have three conies of the Semi-Weekly one . r . vi- !-i 'Pi i- - ... ti.ii-.-year. $2 will pay far six months. Si will always be charged for the Tri-Weekly, and 50 cents for the . -1 1 Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 November 1845

3nfrtontt-gtac' Sentinel, U IXHLY EIUTIQA. trrivn rtcii-AKce is the vice or lises-tv. IMI v4lOEa"s aovemkeii C, 143. CUVrilU TOWWMI11. The Democrats of Certtrc Township will hold a meeting on FRIDAY NEXT at 2 o'clock, p. m., at the Court House, to appoint delegates to the County Convention. A, punctual attendance is requested. rolitic.il Mysteries of Iudianripol.s. CHAPTER XII. Mr. Feaelee, we fear, will suppose we have forgotten him, in consequence of our tardiness in noticing his intrigues in relation to the late congressional nomination, which we hinted at in our last. But we presume he can easily excuse the delay. There were several aspirants for the democratic nomination in this, the 5th district, previous to the last election. Among those mentioned, either by themselves or their friends, were Messrs. Wick, Palmer, Tannehill, Ritchey, Coot, Teaslee, and A. F. Morrison. So far as we were concerned, we should have been well enough pleased with the nomination uf Falmer, Ttnnehill,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 November 1845

- SAL.E OF LAM)S HJortgaxetl to tile Sinking Fuml for Failure to pay Interest. THE following tract, pieces, parcels or lot of land, or much of each a mir be necessary', will on Thuisay the 13th day of November next, between the hourt of 8 o'clock, A. M. and 6 o'clock, P. M. of said day at the Court Houje io Indianapolis, be offered for tale to the hihot bidder, (ihe bid being equal to the amount chargeable,) the same having been mortgaged to the Sinking Fund on loan, the lotetest cn which has not been paid, a it became due, in conformity w ith the provisions of the mortgage and bonds aoneitd thereto: The w hair of the e qr of sec 23, t 17 n, r J e, and the n e qr of the aforesaid e qr of said see and t, containing 120 acies ; also, the w qr of the n w qr of see 3 1, 1 17 o, r 1 e, containing 40 acres) mortgaged by Mark Hardin i loan, interest, etc. 459 doll 60 cts. . The n e qr of sec 3. t 15 n , I I e, containing 167 acres j mortgaged by lisha Kisei loan, interest, etc Ö74 dolls IS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 November 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Jlonnimiit to cm-rail Jackson. Tiie fwlloAinj (Huer.t ad.lres.-t to the pi,leof t'ie Uiiii-tl.S:ait-,-vii the editor w" the V ah.ngton U-i: srseJes the necessity t,f any eh borate ap1 fr,! our own pen. We go for tha object it pro-h-irt an.l ti.tud. It i a üue respect to Ihcm::niurv ii- of tJ first inen, not only of hUcounLry.M,: ;f ii n0'f--i patriot hoe services lave .f'd ü neve -r-dyin-r lus'.re tii-on our mil.tary fame and Cjn ourcivil institutions whose death has covered a whole nation wiih mourning, and drawn from the lips of almost cwrni less on tor itlie warm eulogium which n due to h'n services and merit-?. It is well t do juslice to such men, n A only for their own sakes, but for the benefit of posterity, anJ to cherish the tUtne of generous euiulat.on in the hearts of men. "Wa-diin-tou's statue is about to be created by Congress. The gratitude anJ the honor of the nation demand it. The:i will it be said that Congress have redeemed the recordetl pled...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 November 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TUE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF TILE STATE C$(JJice on Illinois Street, Sörth of Washington. G. A. k J. f. ClIAl'MS, Editors. O-The State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. tii a sliii-u i;i::tLY editionIs 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. TJIC 17CEKLY EDITION Is published every Thursday, at Tico DAlars a years always to bo paid in advance. SI in advance will pay for six months. $3 will pay for three copies one year. Persons remitting $10 in advance, free cf postage, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. ;'3 will pay fir six months, ftl will always oe 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 — 13 November 1845

3nt)iaufl 5totc gchtind. wi-:ekiy i:iitio. ETrm MAL tlGIHSCE H THE rICE OT LIICBTT. ixdiaxai'olis, xoyosbeis 13, isi.5 THE SESSION SENTINEL The time is close at Land when we shall commence our Session State Sentinel. We .are full convinced that a tri-weekly paper will le equally valuable and more economical than a daily, and have therefore concluded so to publish. Our session paper will be of the same large size as the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel, and afforded at one dollar. We shall have full and accurate reports of the proceedings of the Legislature made up daily ; and we Lave also engaged competent law reporters to report the decisions of the high courts. The importance of the action of the next Legislature upon subjects of vast interest to the people at large, must 1 apparent to all ; and all are interested in the information to be obtained from a full report of their proceedings. We have further engaged regular correspondents at Washington city, who will keep us constantly an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 November 1845

Address Of 3 Jr. Wait of III. On taking the chair of 'th Industrial Congress, at Xew York. Tcksdat Oct. 1-1, 1345. The objects or association a od government amount men, is ecurity and liappincss, whatever may be the form which is assumed, or submitted to. The American government is probably better adapted to promote the tiappinese ol man. tliau any other wliicSi u now in enstence. e owe its excellence in a great degree tu our remote situation from the arbitrary institution of Europe, although many of its republican features are but the development ofthat leaven of freedom which fins been working for centuries in the breasts of a few independent men whose aspirations for liberty were paralyzed by the pervading influence of bed government. This spirit animated the English barons, wben they demanded a charter of King John at the commencement of the thirteenth century ; but of how otucli practical befit lit was this great boon to the ma of the English people ? It was a concession from ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 November 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Hxtcusive Orjr in as lloii of Murderers ' stmt Thieves. From tht thiuzo D.incrat, Oct. 1. On ThnraJ rourmiie. F. Ovtnor. E--. of Montrose, Itwt, arriel in litis city in he temlwat Champion, wiih j the establishment 6i tiie present tariJF, the Lowell two if ih Gi murderers of Cd Dmnpoit, Wiilian E. factories have al mo d'.hxrLjeJ l'.'O'J girls from their Uirch. alias Hiue, a.id Jahn Loni, alus Howe. Both J employ, and reduced thj wages of th? remainder 50 thesa men sre well known in the It.ck River region and ccnrs each per weelt. This i tli3 inevitable consei.erd no ducription at our himls. The people there i I ! q,,8ae (,f cjr;vrate industry. The girls are firt, uoalwy j "e to harn th I Fhx. alias SulUm. waaarre-.lf!, ' jer a tirt.f, seduced ffjin their household duties a l.m Uu.e ince l.y this smue chivalrous Uonnev, anJ has Ij jja,,p.y J)0,nej w tic temptation of hA wa;jes. been kopt in irons secretly afs in one f the jils f 'h's Stale. Iti order to preven...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 November 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TUE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF TUE STATE fcjOjlcc on Illinois Street, Xorth of Washington G. A. & J. P. CHAPMAN, Editors. C-The State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount or reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. . TIIC SC3II-VCi:iL,Y 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. THE WKCKLY EDITION Is published every Thursday, at Two Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. 1 in advance will pay for six months. . will pay fur three copies one year. Persons remitting ÄlO in advance, free of postage, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. .$2 will pay f r six months. l will always oe charged for the Tri-Weekly, and 50 cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. Oregon. We find the following spirited article in the Wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 November 1845

i. CSftttÄl I cjttUlClllft XUOUC SCllllUCK v;i:kiyv uoitioa. erra4i noiuict i the raicr t HBtarv. Colonel lVpper. We have received the following "perlile and p r1pery" communication from CoL .Pepper, who cf j course expects its publication, though he forgot to pay , tlie postage. It is very long, anu rather Pro-y ; out we suppese, in accordance wiui nie cusiom wuicu compel editors, as it were, to bcc-ime their own iDUsera, we must mmci u upon our reaia . , T n..csl:on, ye ,vere nt bt-re aware that A larV m,,r,r,tr of the naners n the West are - . . J1';0 - J',S1; the differed froniusoacTcn the Texas question ;tarUnfUo became d is satisfied, and inactive and, as a Mtftn u.jt. r. y7--1"n,' ,b, ,21 and what that d Herence was is more than we can ex- 'caie :u f."wri u;iutA ."ur m" ' ,"7 '"ii natter of course, the State pawd into the hand of eouiMirni. upon n.y n..te of the 5th r Oct., and youl- . ... Davis, f Indiana. Now tin? preamble hi rll cases ; t itt n,. rtomn- .;n m.si.kr. in Vum...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 November 1845

has sucked the public teat harder, with les? claims for favorable consideration. Gen. .Roberts, of Michigan takes the field as a candidate, and I know of no man whom I would rather see elected none who comes for. ward with better claims on the Democratic party. With talents of a high order & mind ever active his services for twenty-five years have been almost exclusively devoted to the benefit of his fellow-men with the usual reward bestowed upori editors of sanguine termeraments and jrencrous hearts. The approaching session will bring out some new talent in Congress. Anions those who are to uake their debut this winter, and from whom much U expected, is Ir. Thompson of Pennsylvania. Endued with a mini of no ordinary capacity with Lih literary attainments, which have hitherto shone conspicuously only among the hills and in the halls and Courts of his native State, he enters now, for the first time, upon the broad field of, national politics. He is still youn in years, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 November 1845

DC.MOtKATIC MLETIAOS. Switzerland Count j Democratic Jlee.'in?. Pursuant lo notice portion of the Democratic eil xens j f Srxraod c.. met in Vevay on the 31t Oct, 1815, i fr the purp of appointing delegate to represent the ' Democracy f saiJ county Q Ihe Democratic State Con-! ventroo to be held et Indianapolis on the 8ih of January ' next to nominate candidate fr Governor and Lieutenant J Governor, when, on motion, Ca am lb Hcidiiioi, Esq., was ra ted to the Chair, ind Isaac Stitisi, Jr., appoint d ; Secretary. The ubjct of the meeting having been stateJ by the j Chair, the Mlowmg preamble and reeoluUons were read and adopted : Yherea$, it is the custom and practice of the Democratic Republic! of this Stale, to hold Convention for the purpose of selecting candidates f r Governor and Lieutenant Governor, 011 the 8th of January preceding the election at which those offices are filled ; and Whereas, the voters of the Stale will be called upon at the next general annual election to vot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 November 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TUE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF THE STATE CZy-UJice on Hanois street Xorth of Washington. G. A. & J. P. CHAPMAN, Editors. C7"The State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading1 matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. THE SCJ1I-WCEKL.Y EDITION la published every Wednesda y and Saturday, and during tha session of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at Four Dollars year, payable always in advance. TIIC WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Thursday, at Two Dollars a year, always to be paid m advance. $1 in advance will pay for 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. 2 will pay for six months. $1 will always oe charged for the Tri-Weekly, and 50 cents for the V eekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at one dollar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 November 1845

3nMana..Stalc Sentinel. WKF.KLT i: urn ox. KTCBMAL VtSIHWC II THK MICE T Uln. nuuwroi., .ovi muuk t, is4 roliticnl Mjstciii of lndi:tnnpolit. CH rTEI XIV. - - Causes or the Difllcnlljr between Col. i Pepper and Oursrlve. Earl in December last, IB 14. now nearly a year ii go, we were favored by a call from Cel. Pepper, fur j ;. . . . , - , . , . relation to certain alleged causes of d.splca-?ure to- , , . , .. . wards u, on the part of the Morrisons and their po-1 ,. , IiUeal coadjutors or copartner, staling themselves . Cass-men, par exctHi-we. lie obervcd, by way of ... a : introduction, that he had no doubt that through the medium of a proper understanding and explanation, all diiUcultiea could be reconciled, between them and 1IU We admitted tLat it was highly probable such might be the result; and at any rate, we were glad to have an opportunity fur a friendly discussion of the object with him. After some further preliminary observations of no moment at this time. Colonel Tepper ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 November 1845

County Convention. The Democratic County Convention met agreeably to postponement, at the Court House in Indianapolis, at 10 . m. on tbe STJd November, 1845, Hon. HENRY ERADY presiding, and William Scllivas acting Secretary. TLe object of the meeting being statrd by the President, it was, on motion of Win. II. Morrison, Resolved, That the county of Marion will send to the State Convention, to be held on the tith of January next, öö delegates, who are directed to nominate a Democratic candidate for Governor and Lieut. Governor, and to do and perform such other matters as may be conducive to the general welfare of the Democratic party in Indiana. It was -then ordered by the Convention, that Centre township send 13 of the aforesaid delegates, and that each of the other townships send five. The President was requested to appoint one gentle man Irotn each township, to nominate said delegates, which being done, and the gentlemen retired for that purpose, Mr. J. T. Roberts oiered the follo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 November 1845

From thi Ohio Statesman. ' California and Mexico . Daniel lYcbstcr on the Oregon CJucslion. One of tha journals, in uaticin the last propoöiThe modem Whis, the lineal successor, of the old tioa of the British Governraint for the eettlement of federal, are now where they ever have been, and the Oregon qaesüon. .ijs that its ever mean to be. opnusmi the rijrnu oi uieir own tj t,i. k. . ik Wi.iM i.f R..tnn n. MmKlJ .t F-n-.nl Hall.- uhrrfl he sad. amon other thine, the following, with regard to the Oregon question -Th settlement of th claim to Orea-on haJ always been and .till was a matter to be settled by negotiation By a contention between the two countries there b.d been a joint occupation, first to HI 8. then it wtt renewed fr ' ten years, and then ag.in indefinitely, each party a jrce.n to five notice to the other when ihn arrangement shouIU cease. That notice has neer yet been given by either parIT. and the su)i-ct cf the settlement is still open to both, ' .. J .- t I- H'.t........

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