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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 January 1861

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, SENTINEL BUILDINGS, Nos. 14, 16, 18 and 20 WEST WASHINGTON STREET. Bingham & Doughty, Proprietors TERMS OF WEEKLY SENTINEL. One Copy one year $ 1 00 Ten copies to one addrress, and one to the maker of the club 10 00 Tweny copies to one address, and two to the maker of the club 20 00 Thirty cioopies to one address, and one copy of the Weekly and one of the Daily, to the maker of the club 30 00 Fifty copies to one address, and two copies of the Weekly and two of the Daily 50 00 Additions can be made to Clubs at any time at the above rates. Where the paper is addressed to each subscriber separately, the extra copies will not be sent. The postage on the Weekly for one year, is as follows: State Sentinel, and mailed Free. 13 cents. 25 cents. Within the County Within the State. Within the United States DAILY SENTINEL Will be sent by mail or express to subscribers at any point or six dollars a year. invariably in advance. Address BINGHAM DOUGHTY. Indianap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 January 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL. IM) J t ABV rt. 1W1 . iftfesin and Concession. " The article under this head, which will be found on the first page of to-day's Sentinel, is from the pen of one of the mart eminent tbe-dogians and scholars of New England. The suggestions of the writer are well adapted to the present crisis of the country, and are worthy of general consideration. Haw Can it be Done! There are a jre.it many propositions to solve the political troubles of tbe country, but few look feasible or practo ;ble. The most acceptable is the propoaed amendments to the Constitution suggested by Mr. Cr irr en dsn. They have the advantage of oeing peice offerings from, the South and coming from the Representative of a State which hat- always Iveen loyal to the Constitution and the I'niou. lu the fierce struggles of J20 and lr-50. when the danger of disunion was almost as imminent :is now. tlie favorite son of Kentucky Steimel into the bmch and saved the country. Perhaps .mother gallant son of the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 January 1861

D WANTED, "WAXTS," "FOR SALI," "FOR RBUT," "LOST." SOUND," BOAJUJIHO," Ac. Advertisements coming tinder ih. reading, not exceeding Ave lines, will be in serted one for 15 cento. "CTtTAimO-Cmr ORDKHS M -V. highest market) ww mn, sy UM. V Jn4d2m No. N3 East W hington street. " m 'ANTRD Countv Orden wotrd at the highest ' market rate, hy WW. v. V U1 . ! JU N,: R" whi",on "! I ANTED- vNDISE A desirable mltaw, ! ww SB ' iJtlua Market and New Jersey street--, with a Urge lot. fur trade iu part for hardware, greceries, or boots m shoes, by WM. Y. WILEY, J IdAwlau Real E state Agent. WASTED A small fann. ;ii Marien county, to exchiifefothotiSeirflotnd.nmoe0.y JanldAwlwi Bi Batate Agent, "iMTANTE D Houae and lot, for which would be exaSTasÄfsli Jil4Awli Rrni y -.. u , i it. WANTED Good rentahir town property, fr which bTikhI fiirnL or r.th ..aw I Itrwl mill h :i-pn I r ANTED Good rentable town property, for which rood farms, or eah al xol land will be t-iven. DF.L2KLL A SMITH, jnl Keal Kstat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 January 1861

a WEEKLSENTjNEL. WEDMSDl JAM ABV 9, 1 so I A Happy Xcw Year. We present the Sentinel to its readers this morning in an entire new dress, and the proprietors flatter tbemadves that no paper in the West pro oats a neater type graphical appearance. We take this occasion to express our acknowledg ments for the many favors we have received from the public, and we trust that our enterprize and efforts to serve them will place us under not only continued, but increased obligations. We commence a New Year with dark clouds upon the political horizon. The future looks gloomy. A spirit of anarchy and disloyalty to the Government pervades the land. A natioa int its youth, with the elements of power and weilth unequalled by any other, seems tottering to its downfall. We know not what Providence may have in store for us, but we trust the lowering clouds which now hang like a pall over the country, may ioon yield to bright and hopeful skies. May fraternity and unity again animate the hearts of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 January 1861

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, nusTSD jlsd ixmuauxo utr widsudat at tmx tEXTlXEL BlILDSfc. - 14 16i 19 and 0 WEST WASHINGTON STREET. Ill X. II VI A Ol till I V, Proprietor, TERMS iF WEEKLY SKNTtNEL One copj oae year t 1 Tern capto to mm aMme, and ooe to the maker of he dob 1 Twenty .-.u - iddrrs, and two to the maker of the crab Thirty copies to HI address, and one copy ..f the Wnui and .wie ef the Dan t, to the maker of tbe dob ' . M oik rddn--s, and M ipe -t mit and two of the Daily 5 00 i be nade to Clubs at any time at the above Where the paper u addressed to each ibscriber aeparately. the eitra copies will not be sent. - m si The portage on the WVrrty Sttite and mailed Mr aw year, fa as fi How,: Within the County Free. WUhin the State 13 cents. Within the United State-. 25 THE DAILY SE2SI 'X'i-LSTHL Will be sent by mai'. or express to f nbacribers at any poht for fty cents a month, or six dollar a year. All sttbacriptiors invariably in advance. Address BIN i HAM k DOUGHTY, IndianapoK. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 January 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL. J AM AK 1IU 184.1 rttard Scfrctary of State. The Vib.mv Ermine Jvxrual announces ih..t llr Srw.ian was offered the noshiö of Secretinf 8ts.tr in the Cabinet of Mr LiüCOLü early in j December fast, and by ilto ad rice of friends he j an wwrttJ to accept it. What will the Kepuh licans of Indiana, who oppose! the nomination Mr. Settakt at Chicago on account of hi ultra Ltd on .he tlavery question, say to hi being ma.!, the premier of the new administration it maste piril 1 r. ev ;iril'H Speech. A synopsis of Mr. Skwakd's speech, in the Senate, on Saturday, will be found in the tele graphic column. Its leaning .r i i-.ti-ervu ti ::i is 'list i!efil to 'he Republicans here 'bout--. M.iny and bitter were the curses heace 1 upon hiWnl smoBiIej, therefore, by Iiis pontic! friends. The speech undoubtedly ev-rc--.-- :'. '. the in cumins; Administration We are';., d. that it wad submitted to Mr. Lincoln before de livery, ami tlutf it had his approval. This fact gives the senti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 January 1861

In I B I B Br I I WANTED. "waüts," -ron sale." for rext,-' -lost," FOOD," "BOARDING. " c Advertisem r ander iheee headings, uot exceeding dve lines, will be inserted once for 25 w nt. II " NTKt CITY okik ;;s-u Mm wjN Jan-Ki2m Xo- W E' Washiugtoa - r e;. II'ANTflk-O. '!- : hi.!..-t Y w M. Y. W ILE Y. declS-dlka So. W.'j Fast Wi.-hinotoo street. 1 ire-- lot, for trifle hi pan for haiiiwaTe, rroceTle, or boots and shoe:, by WM. V. W (LEY. janldAwlm ). il K-i it,- ,-nt. "WMTAinTED A aiatl farm in f change ft r a hoi. WM. Y. WILR1 . J to Id Aw Im Real ; Lgent. x and a portion p.vid in cash, by WM 1 HILLY. JaM4wlm Kl aartata;e Ageul r. for which II bo tiven. FOR TRADE OR EXCHANCE. IOK TKAi'r A train saw mill, near Kent Si.i: ouniy. Indiana, and three luiies trorti "or trade for property in Indianapolis .r j i;ht counties, Ind., bv WM. Y. WILEY. I. A jauldAwlm F RTRA! or trade LLY. Asent. fvt d Es FOR RENT. F Oat KEST A Iare Ihery staMe in th- ci;v. UEUKI.l. A :i 1 II. janl RealE-tate Asre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 January 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL. JAKl'ABV tv 18t 'leetlair ! Indiana Democracy The sie its: if, of the Indiana DemiR-rn y. called r the State Central Committee, " in Tiew of the i i-'nwlition of the public aff.iir of the uiiiry," was betd yesterday, January eth, at !-liun Hall. The meeting was larjre, and m -t every county in the Stale was represented iy nirsalu i of the party . At two o'clock, P. M., 1. Palmer, Chairman ot tire State Central muiittee. called the assemblage to order. Col. er said : Fellow Democrats. Notice has been piven Democratic Central Committee of Indiana i meeting of the Democracy in this city on !ie anniversary of the glorious ami brilliant ry obtained by Jackson over the eueniies of ' country at New Orleans. It is a day the , t y of which is cherished with patriotic emnevery Democrat and friend of his country !iot the United States. Whatever may hitherto have been the usages the Pw i j in its rty organiiations cr much it may have disciplined and ex i tself through this orga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 January 1861

0 WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, nuvriD a. rmiKD bttt nwwiT at ths etii:l ihm imx-n 14 16 18 ami 80s WEST WASHINGTON STREET, RlX-II iJI D4)I l.HTV, Proprietor, TEEMS OF WEEKLY SESTIXEL. Ooe copy one jear 1 Tea copies to one Urea, and one to the maker of the crnb. 10 00 Twenty copies :o mm iMrm, and two to the maker of the eh. i 0 00 Thirty copies to one address, aad one copy of the Wrnii and one of the Djjit, to the maker of the dub 3 00 Fifty cvpfe to xte addres. and two copies of the Wiult and two of the Daily 50 00 Addition ran be ma.lv t Ctat at any time at the above mass. Where .be paper is addressed to each subscriber separately, the extra copses will not be sent. The postage on the Wettiy for one year, is as follows: Within the CountsWithin the Slate SkMs Sentinel, and mailed Free. 13 cents. i the V ltted States 23 cents, c SENTINEL Win be seat by mail or express to subscribers at any point tor Vtky cents a month, or six dollars a year. All injbscriprions invariably in advance. Addre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 January 1861

manner render it impossible tor you to ao tni which they apprehena you intend to do, and which you barn no purpose of doing, if it be true that you hare no such purpose? For the purpose of reaor a; the apprehensions of the Southern people, and for no other purpose, you propose to amend the Constitution, so ae to render it impos sible. in all future time, for Congress to interfere with slaverr in the States where it may exist under . - . a a, I a. thereof. Vi hv not insert a similar reent in respect to "slaverr in the District of i ( otunb a, and in the navv-yards, forts, arsenals, Mi ether places within the limits of the slave holding States, over which Congress has exclusive jurisdiction? Why not insert a similar pro bt respect to the Slavs traae netween tne States? The Southern people have serious apprehensions on tnese points tnan 'her hare of your direct interference with slavery in the State.' ft their apprehensions on these several points are groundless, is it not a duty you o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 January 1861

WANTED, "WA3CTS," "FOB SAL," FOB REST," LOflT," SOLTOi," 'BOARDING,'' Ac Advertisements comm ander these he-tdrngs, not exceeding live linen, will be inserted once for U cents. f HTATED TIT ORDERS At the highest market ff rates, bv WM. Y. WILKY. jajvtdlm Ho. 10 S East Washington street. Orient wanted st the hieben WM. T. WILKY, 10 S Fast Washington street. WASTED HE RCHAX1 near o mer Market e lot, for trieb- in part for A desirable residence, 'ew Jersey street, with Iware, irruceries, or boots WM. T. WILKT, Ilea) Estate Agent. WASTED -mall farm, in Marion county, in exchange for a bouse sod lot and some money, by WM. Y. WILKY. Jan 1 OA wlm Real BataffC igSSSt WASTED House snd lot, for whirh would be exchanged a Site lot on Meridian tivet, some whisky, and a portion paid in cash, by WM. Y. WILEY, JanldAwlm Real EsUtate Agent. ASTKI ;-i rentable town property, for which good farm, or cash and rood land will be given. I'KLZELL k SMITH. Heal Estate Agents. janl FOR RENT. MTIOB REST A la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 January 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY JANU ARY 3, Hr. ward mm tue Crist. I pressing the hope tint he would - -one j T! Philadelphia Ltdgrr forcibly remarks in practical plan for the adjustment of the political commenting wpon Mr. Sewaic i late speech that difficulties of the country, even if it did not har"o for as a disposition is evinced to go into con i monise with his oft expressed views, refers to an vention for a revision of the Constitution upon instance in the career of an English statesman, as this point, there is concession; but it is concession , a justiScation for snch a step on the part of the thai 4o not meet the present difficulty. It is premier of the new Admisir.it: on He a "the not hat may be thought of these matters a few greatest act of Sir Robkht Peel s lite was when years hence! bv the people, but what present he turned square upon his own record and ac measures of compromise will avert the coining cepted the record of hU poftttod opponents tor the ruin. Mr. Stwabd fails ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 January 1861

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL iwiid ajtd 1 1 i ii pm waswasvar at m Allium bi iLDires, Nm. 14 16 IS O EAST WASHINGTON STREET. BnfiHAM DOI UHTY, Proprietors TFKMs Of WlttLT SENTUiBL. On copy one yar 1 Tmi copies to one irr, ana one to the maker of tke crab Twarvty copies to one address, and two to the maker oftsacrab 50 " Thirty copies to one addrew. and one copy of the Weekly and one of the Dviit, t the maker of the club 30 90 i to one address, and two copie of the LT and two of the Dam 50 90 i can he made to Clubs at any time at the above rata. Where the paper Is addressed to each subscriber separately, the extra copies will not be sent. Th postage on the Weekiy far cne year, is as follows: Within ik County Within the State Within the Cnifd State Sentin. and mailed Free. 13 cents. t5 cents. T3H3- TATT,-y STUM 'X'-LlSl ILi Win be sent by mail or express to subscribers at any point far fifty cents a month, or six dollars a year. All subscriptions invariably in advance. Address BINGHAM DOUGHT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 January 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL Fimacf tfce tote. It M not to to denied that the Siliik ml system of the State, uodcr all administrations, has been luoaelv conducted, bat it is no lew a matter of that greater losses to the State have not i The custom of receiving a depreciated for dues to the State; the necessity of k and banking-nouses for the de of tie public money, the State furnish ing no secure place to keep her funds, and the large discretion consequently left with the financial agents of the State, are facts which go to how that there is more fault in the system of c inducting the financial affairs of the Statath&'t has beast in Ma ailaaasishali 11 The Repubin both the Senate and House, on Thurs day, took a tilt at the late Auditor of State for wasting the public treasure, " as one Senator termed it. ami specified "the over draw in the ' .ise of the Northern State Prison" as evidence in point. Mr Waqxes was excessively indigand charged that "if the approprit been over-drawn, we w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 January 1861

WKEKLY SENTINEL For the Daily Slat Sentinel, letrerolorlral Obue rimion. BY R HIB. of theraotneter for the week ending Saturday, T A. M P. M P. M. Daily Av. ... m m m ... 1 38 7 ...31 43 34 S3 J ...3 34 34 33.7 ... 34 34 la 33.3 ... 14 35 3 7 ...31 37 K 3S list Tuesday. ISd Wednesday, S3d. IVaraday. 24th Friday. J5th. Brasixo or thi B apt i irr Cm r. ii Early Sunday morn in g the church edifice, on the corner of Meridian and Maryland street , belonging to the congregation of the Rev. Mr. Simmons, (Bap tit,) was boraed out to the basement, leaving bat the bare w ills standmg. The fire was evi dently caused by a defective flue. The flames were discovered about 5 o'clock bursting through the roof, near the south east comer, where the chimney from the furnace rises above the south wail, and long before the alarm could be carried to the engine-houses the space betweej the upper ceiling and the roof was a red hot furnace of fire and the flame was twining itself around the steeple. The eng...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 January 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY JA AHI 30, 111 Tike Presiacal Elect. The committee of the Legislature appointed to wait upon Mr. Lincoln and invite him to visit Indianapolis on his route to Washington City, have performed that duty. We understand that ' the President elect will pass through this citv about the middle of February, not earlier than the ,,.."., , eleventh, and that he will remain long enough to allow a demonstration on his behalf. The coms oenuu. i ur coman official report of . kve no doubt that our miltee will probably make their doings to-day. We he Republican friends, big and little, will be excess iveiy attentive to the distinguished visitor, especially those who are longing for the crumbs and slices of official patronage. The Crapasitians far Adjustment. The plan of adjustment offered by Mr. C'cittenp en aatd the border States proportion, either of which would be approved by a vast majority of the people ot the country. Und no tavor with the j t innwJt,toU ,unmioIie j ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 February 1861

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL nuwrso axd rciuau svsby wibjimit at nut SE N TI EL Bl I Ii DI GS, IHo. Ii, 16 1 and SO, EAST WASHINGTON STREET, OlX.flin A DOl C1HTV-, Proprietors, TERMS OF VTEKKLY SENTlEL. Ooe copy one year 1 00 Ten copies to one address, and oue to the maker of the en. 10 00 Twenty cop.ef to one addres, and two to the mater of the dob 20 00 Thirty copies to one address, and one copy of the Wkkly and one of the Dult, to the maker of the ctab 30 00 Fifty copies tc one addreu, and two ci.pie of the Weekly and two of the Dailt 50 00 Addition can be made to Club at any time at the aboTe rate. Where the paper is add re sued to each ubscriber ae parate';-, tbe extra copies will not be sent. The postaae on the Weekly .Sfw Sinti!, and mailed for one yeai, is as follows: Within the County Free. Within the State 13 cents. Within the United States 25 cents. THE DAILY TTlSTTIlSrFTT , Will be sent by mail or expJU to subscribers at any point for fifty cerrj a month, or six dollars a year....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 February 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL i e im i Tht 5ata ia Daas;er ! We learn that after two weeks fifing ami drumming, to rouse up the war fever to the fight rag point, the'' irrepressibles" of Hamilton county hare actually succeeded in getting nineteen voltm leers for the purpose of fighting the Southern "rebels l" Wim it is considered that Hamilton county ha population of 17,310, and is Repub y a very large majority, we are lost in at and wonder at the alacrity and num with which they hare rushed to the rescue of Imperiled flap! Let South Carolina tremble in her verr boots ! Aai Incident fer the Journal. Tie Journal has been giving special attention to the chivairic demonstrations of Messrs. Mel uct and Waomks: in the Senate, in charging trea son, and such like trash, on Democratic member. There is one incident that tended to test the chivalry of Mr. Mm.lkt. that occurred in ti 1 Senate on Th irsday, while he had the floor, ami lest the Journal should forget it we will make a note of it. Mr. Millet ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 February 1861

WEKKLY SENTINEL FDNESDAY FFBR1 ARY , 1861 For the Daily Stat Sentinel. .Heteorological Obarrvation. ar a. uibw. of thermometer for the week ending Saturday, Kebnury lth. M A. M J P. M. t P. M. Daily Ar. SS 25 IS 13.3 19 40 34 31 31 3S M 32 3 1 16 13 .C A 57 27 1 33 43 40 3H7 .15 33 30 33.3 ay, Je. STth,. KS Tuesday, th Wednesday, 30th... Thur-day, 31 Friday, reo. lt,... The mocthly average for January ha been 38 deg. above xem. The lowest temperature at aero on Saturday above, at 3 P. M. on the 6th and 15th. We have bad an !leJtMTiDorb 1 fallen. The snow amounted in all to aboat 8 inches, , i we had but little aver 3 inches on the ground at Tne amount of r.un during January a.s .light. probably about 1 14 iuches in all. l.ctfialHtii - nnnmary Mowpat, January 38, 1861. Sen a te A communication was received from the President of the Bank of the State in reply to a Solution of the Senate, giving it as his opinion that an expansion of bank circulation is inexpedient. The bill from the H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 February 1861

H clcgnipbk. COXGBESSIOMAL. Tucsdav. January 28. SENATE. lr. King introduced a bill authoruing the employment of volunteers to aid in the enforcement of the law and protecting the public property. Referred tc Oie Committee on Military Affairs. Mr. Wilson introduced a bill for the better organization of the militia of the District of Columbia. Kef erred to the Committee on Military At' fair. Mr. Foster offered a resolution that Governors and ex Governors of States be admitted to the floor of the Senate. Laid over. Mr. La ham presented a petition of the pople of Western I'tah for increased mail facilities. Referred to the Committee on Post Offices. Mr. Bingham presented four petitions for the repeal of the fugitive slave law, believing it un constitutional. The annual report of the Commissioner of Patenta wai received and ordered to be printed. Private bills were considered till one o'clock, when the Pacific Railroad bill was taken up. Mr. '."handler moved to amend so as to give fix s...

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