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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 16 August 1845

L ' b INDIANA STATE SENTINEL:! -77 OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF THE STATE-rgj-Oßce on Illinois Street, jWM of Washington (I. A. & J. P. CHAPMAN, Editor s. - 0TTllC Statc Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general Interest, than any other newsp-ipor in Indiana. the semi-vi:i:klv editiox I3 published every Wednesday and Saturday, and dur ing the session of the Legislature, three times a week, ca Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at Four Dol lars a year, payable always in advance. the' weekly edition U 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. Tcrsons remitting $10 in advance, free of post ac, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly tine year. Js'J will pay for six months. $1 will always be charged for the Tri-Weekly, and 5 cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at one...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 16 August 1845

Sn-Matta Stoic'Scntincl. SEMI-WEEKI-Y. Irtan vTsil ocr. n the pricf. PF LIPFRTV. XI)IIN.4I'M, AK-I ST 1C. 1 Political Mysteries of SiitIi;n:ilolis. PROEM I AL CHATTER. We have recently tried our hands in an attempt to develop softe of the Criminal Mysteries of the Cap Wl of tndiana. W5 are now nbout commencing an exposition of the Political MysU rV the accumulat ed intrigues and villanics not only of the present era, but of the past sixteen years. Jf thc public have beb'n -prised at the developments under the former ticad, those of the latter will cause much greater as tonishment. It is well known to the people, even to the dernn cratic portion, that aim -st over since the organization of tfUJ State government, a ma'ign influence has exiUd at Indianapolis, through which, democratic zeal and energy has Loth damped and checked, and it efforts for ascendancy, until recently, altogether frustrated and defeated. The fact of the existence of this withering, baneful, deadly influence, has ...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 16 August 1845

Jacken, i August Infections. Elections have taken place this month in seven States, as follows : North Carolina, August 7, Legislature nnl H 31 C. Tennessee, Kentucky, Inc. aba; Alabama, Illinois, Missouri, t it 7, iov. lvg. and 11 1, I, i-l;tluro ami 10 1, Legislature and 10 1, Lrjyisl.-itiire am! 7 1, Leilattirc. 1, lA'inlütcirc;. These will complete tlir? elections lor the 7t!i Con gress, irt all the Elates except Maryland (() which votes in October, and Mississippi (1) in NouMnhrr. The States of Maine, New Hampshire and Massathu etts, have one hiemher of Congress eacli to elect to supply vacancies in the delegation. TCIIllVSM'C l'lt'l'tiOII. The XashviUc Whig says of the election in Ten nessee: Thus far the news is decidedly unfavarable to the Whigs. 3Ir. Clay's majority over Mr. 1'olk in the whole State, was only votes. Mr. Foster has already fallen behind Mr. Clay's majority live or six hundred votes, and should thy returns from a few more counties continue to exhibit a corres...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 16 August 1845

INDIAXAl'OLIS lUIVIi XOTK TABLR. Crrrtleifmr tU ldiHa Sit Sm'inel fry SL A. FU.ICUF.R, S'uik and Ute ha nre It r vier. JTIkv marked thus are doubtful. Iff DIANA. 'Canton BinV, Sta'e Ilk and Mr inche, par Michigan. It ink of St. Clair, ltrk of Uivei Raisin, F. k M. Bank, r.L"!nin Ins. Co. K fisti-ck Y, All Hank in this Sutc Stale Sciip, (1340 ant IS4I) a prcrr.. 5 di. 5 prim. Slate Sciip, f30, Bank Srrij Watson's en'eck, Terre Haute, YVooilbuin fit King's, Madison, u Nfc Albaoy in. Co. 10 dis. 50 di. lu til. par Illinois. Stale PAnk. 4 di. It ink of IM noi. -1 60 dis. Ohio. Franklin Hk. Columbus, Clinton Hk. d Ohio Life aw Tiust, Com. Hank, Cincinnati, Lafayette, ' Franklin, Bank of Massillqit, Bank of Ciiclevnle, Bank of Xenia, Bank of Sandusky, Hank of Marietta, Bank of Ml. Pleasant, Bank of Norwalk, Bank of Geauga. Hank of Zane-srille, ; Mivsoi'RI ! State B. and Blanches, I Nr.w Yohk. 1 City jlai'ks, ICountiy Hinks, J Maryland. ! lUltiu.oie City Banks, I Country Hanks par rv par p...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 20 August 1845

libeial. and c t'iru nt surpou. r....i o .i-o.. coli of iTittitude for the tiiomnt minner : .. i... I. ..,,r '...t.tirai fiunds. in evei v tc itn i f the coun- .1 Ä ....i r,tl!J. we nt m hrc rona r.r . . lJiimiliin, Ay , Aug.. I" . ;i'-.w-i - ' " rv Imiiy, ami nee me lauem anu ciiMjiesi pn w giou k. . lheie (jiciiH. ten: .. Ar ..im. i.Lrrn To wn-l.ip Pi vetdyllv e ol 'rnj, tn ,. in ,ow.- Tl.rri.at half of Ihr n,".V" T' t.. riOI. minrlnal ol tt.r iirMH-r land olhce. ...1 ni "( " " ' , " . -Pnoinl. d ,rfiri.;f .fur ' VX - " lTX ' for II. ro....,.-n.M U,. .:t of the j u e . ; r.,im INDIANA STATE SENTINEL:- THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF TUU iiaiju föOJice on Illinois Street, North of Washington. (i. A. & .1. PTwiATMAN, Editors. 07-TIio Stntc Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all Mibjocts of general interest, than any other ncwpnppr in Indiana. Tili: SEMI-WKKKI-VltfMTIOlV If? published everv Wednesday and Saturday, and dur ing the session of the Legislature, ...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 20 August 1845

JtoMcum State Sentinel. SE31Iiri3KIiI-V rrrRM. victtcE i the ricr. r liberty. IIUA.Vl'OI.IS AtliLST SO, IS IX. l'olitical JIylcrics of Indianapolis. CHATTE K ir. new ana hurried sfwrntng r,j ine cards oy me A Mr. Morrison, fear to co.no i't UsMly anil say sol Are they afraid to tell the truth to the people because they never hate told it Wore j Now the Sentinel AZ5 done its duty faithYutyycr it has not. If it has, it cl.nul.l lie en nnn rf en ! if it has not, it should be ryny called to amount, and honorably put down, or ..... ,J.V..7 na nnn nf the OH'anS of the party. The more papers are circulated amonj the people, . .1 i . i ..-.? l : i the mora will the people become cnngiuc-iec, cuniinuw v nrt a 1 ,1 !n LiiYtn lArriiOA a A i - - . i Morrison, mat acpeuus n sum. uo w . -.I.nl t Tvilitwnl rrrtmh'rt tn whom wo alluded to 111 I . i.r i a -s v , , - o- -.- - kind of papers Ihey are. wenave ncaruoi anuseen ur procm.al chapter, induces us to anticipate ej which to produce that effect,...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 20 August 1845

The s half of the n e qr of sec 3, in t I5'n, ranze one w. a., ut as boo.1 as the Ifin&re .Votum made in Uolnn,as uns neeo Rise anil Fall of Protection. Human history little more than the record of the appearance of fallacies, their general adoption, tortu ous course, and final extinction. They nurk a pjriod in the course of events fruitful as a matter of specu lation to philosophers!. The corn laws of England, as 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 pursuit of a phantom, which has involved the people in misery beyond all conception. Up to the year 1GJ, England was a corn-ex jwrting country. Its surplus of agricultural produce more than sutficed for its own inhabitants, and the regulations of the crown were chiefly to restrain its exports. In that i ' mmm9 War Dec...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 20 August 1845

IAT:AAAPOMS BIN IS. XWT21 TABtsU. Corrected for Vit Imllma Stale Sevinel by & A. FLFACIIER Stock and Etchang lirvlur. .VTliuae matked Unit aie doubtful. India. j Caulon B iiilc. IS dis StVe BL ami Urmchf, par .Michigan. Slate Sc lip, $5,(1840 Htnk ol M. I Uir, Mark of llive-t Riisin, F. Si M. Hank, ana IM l J Sta'e Snip, f0, ItanW Scrip. Watson check, o prcm. 5 dis. 5 prcfci. 10 dis. 50 Miituan In. Co. 15 rh. K ex rvcK v. Teire llau:e, V. odbutn &. King's, Madion, Je Alianr In. Co. All Babk in this Sute far Itusois. Sfite frank. 45 dis. Hank of Illinois, 6.1 dis. Missouri. Stale 13. and Eianchcs, par 2itw York. 10 dis. Ohio. Franklin Bk. Colombo, Clinton Ik. d Ohio Life and Trust, Cum. Bank, Ciu.cn nati, L.fijcfle, ' Franklin, " Hank of MasiIlon, Dank of CiicleviIIe, Hank of Xenia, Hank of Sandusky, Malik of .MaiicCa, Bank of Mi. rrpasiRt, Bank of N'dtt'jlk, Hnlc of fp4;a. Hank of Zine-ville, par par pn City Hai.V par 2 di. par OUlitiy I I.K, pT j MaVLM. pai j Baltimore City...

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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 dur ing the Bession of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at Four D(4- larg 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 post age, 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 dollar...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 21 August 1845

I AH.!n A tt.. .AjeA9 v.ABAnal ttsil ititf 1 vtP vnis ' xm'A r.rrk era1 riim 9 1 '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...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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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, tortu ous eourae', and final extinction. They mark a period in the course of nrenta fruitful as a matter of specu lation 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 corn growers was enacted. The preamble of the law lays do wn wisdom as follows : Tb surest...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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 Masnachu evtta, have one member of Congress each to elect to tipplj vacancies in the delegations. . Tcunesre Election. The Nashtitle Whig says or the election in Ten nessee: 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 wi...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 23 August 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF THE STATE OCrQfice on Illinois Street, Xrth of Washington. (i. A. k J. rrCilU'MAy, Editors. 0$rThc State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reailin matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. THE SIUII-WCUKLY EDITION Is published every Wednesday and Saturday, und dur ing the session of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at Foiir Dol lars a year, payable always in advance. . THE WEEKLY EIUTION Ts published every Thursday, at Two Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. 1 in advance will pay for six months, will pay for three copies one year. Tcrsons remitting slO in rdvnncc, free of pist age, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. will pay f r six months, Al will always be charged fir the Tri-Weeklv, and ö cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. A D V ERTIS EMEN TS, will be inserted three times at one dollar a squar...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 23 August 1845

3nMcuM Btatc Sentinel. Slttll-WEKItLY. CTFKAL YICIL4KCE I THF. PRICH 9T LIBERTY. IX MAN A 10 LIS, AUCilST 23, TYavclliitg Aleuts For the Weekly M Semi-Wcdiy State Sentinel E. Tyler, Et-.jatriin Prurn, W. Fryc. 07" We dcVire our subscribers to understand that wc invariably dia'of.tinuc ali papers mailed, as soon as their subscriptions expire. This is our ruleUnd none Ehodd be otTended at it. Political Mjrlcrics öf I lull a 11 a po J is. CHAPTER III. In Ms third paragraph of his prospectus, A. F. Morrison say that 'Ukm'crat" is a favorite "name" with hirn. So it has tfctrn aWi ft viIi thousands of demagogues. He likes the name-, no doubt, much better than he does the principles which it indicates. It is a good cloak, and like that of hypocrisy in reli gion, it often covers the basest designs. But Morrison takes one step further, and says he will sustain the principles of the Democratic party as given forth in the resolutions of the Baltimore Na liöflal Invention, and PretMeht IWs Inau...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 23 August 1845

il,r; ... : kuu .....uuHt uu-., y i iw , ,,, fvt!tUlle .,nj Loull.y Taxe-s. I he w half of thc n w qi T sec i, in t 19 n, r 2 e, con- 7',t1 i Troop lor 'JYxa. It is said and believed that tlie flying artillery com pany at Fort Hamilton, L. I. have received orders to fiold thciiuclvcd ready to go south at a moment's warning. The Norf jlk Deacon of the 11th instant pays two boinpanies from Fortress Monroe are ordered to Tex as immediately. They are to be conveyed by the U. S. Steamer Col. Harney, at Norfolk. It is stated by the Valiintoti correspondent ot MEDICAIa MATTKKS. CuRtora SiTiuiicAf. OrKKATioN. Wc have often heard of Minplying artificial noses wcdiilv'ce teeth furnished more natural than life, but the following, a new face, artificially, exceeds all these. Dr. (.ieorge Smilie, dentist, corner of Broadway nnd Chambers street, performed the following operation: Miss C.., now artM 17, was attacked at the age of 10 with bilious fever, and was attended by Dr. , of New York (since ...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 23 August 1845

t ItfDlA.ViPOIsIS HAHIL AOTJ. TABI,K. Corrected for the Mux State SenZel hy S. .f. FLETCHER, Stockt tJthant Brikrr. J-Tbose marked Um are doubtful ! Canton ß nr. I it di A ."I A. SU e Bk and Knoches -pi Michigan. Bank of St. Clair, B-if'k of Jxivei Raisin, K. St M. Ba'k, Mullein Ins. Co. 15 dis. Kr.vrVcKY, Air Har.ks in this State par Illinois. State Rank. 1' dis Slate Snip. ,( I &"? and IMI) Staff Scrip, $0. Bank Snip, ValrnN rhec, Ter re Habe. O prem. b di9. 5 prem. 10 di. .iscTiofi, . ".Vidi-.. Newr Albany fns Co. 10 dis Ohio. ! Rink of Illinois, G3 dis I .Missouri. State B. and Branche?, ! Nf.w YiüiX. City Harks, Countiy Dinks, Baltimore City Banks, Cuuntiy Banks Vmr.iM . par Franklin IT". Coltimoii, Clinton Ek. do Ohio Life tvi Trf;-T. Com. Uink, Cincinnati, Lif.yette, Franklin Itauk of Maill.n, J-ank of Cnrle ville, llat.k of Xcnia, Dank uf Sandusky, 11 ink uf MaiUlta, ItaiA of Mr. Pleasant, Hank of N-jiwalk, Hank of Geauga. Hank of Zaneville, par par P" par par rai par pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 27 August 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: Tllll OFFICIAL HA Y.UTTC TIM OF STATE Qj -(Ijice tm I'iiiKHs V;v7, Xrtk of Washington. !. A. & J. l'TCiTAI'MAN, Editors. CrThn Sn to Sentinel will contain n, mirli larger inuut of reading mnttc-r, on all suhjerts of general interest, than any oiher iunvs;nj"r m Indiana. Tin: .si:ist-vi:i:Ki-.v j:iitio I? puMishM every Wnlncsihy and Saturday, and dur ing ho seinn of tin Leil iure, three tinier a week, en Tue-div.-s Thnrsthvs and SttuRlavs, at Four 1)1 Itrs a i"'tr, paval'lc always m advance. Tin:" ivs:i:ki-y 2:siitiox H puldixhrd every fhur.siby, at Tim Dollars a year, always to he paid in advance. .xl in advance will pay for six months. s will pay for three copies one year. Persons remitting .sl() in nd wince, free of post "JI'S shall have tlm-o copies of the Semi-Wei-kly one y ar. sI will jny f r si months. St I will alvvnys 1" charged for t!ie Tri-Woekly, :ml ru cents for the Weekly, during the I.isl it h e sessions. ADVi:irnSEMi:.TS, will he inserted t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 27 August 1845

'S, Jnötana State BcntmcL TT 'S EJI I-W CEK I-Y. F.Tr'fcAL VIGILAKCE H THE PRICE F LIBFRT XII.4NAlOLlS, AUCilST 27, 1S15. Political Mysteries of Indianapolis. CHATTER IV. i Morrison cays that the Ttanic of Gen. Lewis Cass will be placed at the head of the columns of the 44 Indiana Democrat," as the innn hoin it prefers for the next Presidency. This is the natfle which the Morrison clique United Slates Senator. In arxthcr colufcn will tc found a communication ove the signature of An Old Democrat,' upon the subject of electing an United States Senator from eastern Indian, and containing also a ripest to w, in common with our brethren of the press, to express an opinion either for or against the proposition. To the professed object of the communication, we take no exceptions : that eastern Indiana is entitled to the next Senator, admits ef not evef. the shadow of a doubt. Yet we would not, under any circum stances, lend oursclf as a means to create a division in the Democratic ranks up...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 27 August 1845

4 o .t . , i "'""u uwuis wi o u ciocK-v.i ai. a 1X1 .... r....v.- , , ,. f . it I v ' JX." J k Mmi 5 -'?-r f I f i-i-i l i , .., iiitrimiiiMi . . i nie nt Fi-'ir hi lime Wlllilll llieiatlle viar From the Democratic Review for July and August. Blair, of the Globe. Mr- Hlairs name has been so long identified with that of the journal which, under his editorship, for fourteen years played so important a part in the poli tics of this country, that they cm scarcely yet be dis associated, notwithstanding' the rule of law that death dissolves partnership. He still occurs to the mind as "Ulair of the Globe," even though the (Hobe has passed out of existence, and the editor has turned his pen into, a ploughshare, his Fciors into a pruning hook, and his double cylinder .Napier into a biff tchrcf, revolving to the tinkling persuasion of a Silver Spring." Ulair of the (J lobe he is still, and Blair of the Globe he will remain to the end of the chapter, even though the place that once knew him kn...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 27 August 1845

I.KDi AXArOLIS IXilVIi aotl TABLI Crrr-f'rf frr the Uliana Sl Ue Sen'mrl hy S. FLr.TCHF.lt, Slock and fCj Those mfrlr.ett thus air doubtful. Canton ßnk. IS .lis StVe Hk Hrn. he, pai Mtr Snip, (ISi l I S4 1 ) o prcm. Sta-t? s iip, f.30, 3dn. Hank Sii,, ö picm. Watson's rhrrfc-, True lUa'c, 10 Iis. Wooilhuin 5c Kilg 3, Method, .r0 Iis. New Albany fn. Co. 10 dl. Oiiiu. Mit ii r. a ft. P ink uf St. Clair, liivk of Uivei Raisin, !. k M. lUiik. M'u In,; in Ins. Co. 15 ih. Kr..ri CTtt, All Ranks in tint St.te Illinois. pai Slate Patik, 4" di. Ciuk of Illinois, Üy Iis Frintvliii Ilk. Co!r,T.Mi, pai i State 11. and Pianches, par (lllltoll p.k. p.r i.w i uiik. j) ii (iy Ptii-kH, par ' Coiintiy It mk, pll j M xrvlxfip. ii ' l?ilti i.OH- Ci'y IlaukS, p.u ; Cotiutiy Hank, Ciii U an? Tnit, l iHi;. r ii U, Cum MiiLili, I. .f ijf it-, KiiiiVlm, 44 Rf' Cf Mis-ill n. Hank of Cncleviltc, I n k if Xinn, It t k of S in.lnky. It ink i f MaiicCi, t ii k uf Ml. I'lc I nit, Hank of N iw.ilk, l'"i.k of l!c4i...

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