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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 August 1861

EL. VOL. XXI. NO. II. INDIANAPOLIS, INI).. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1861. WHOLE NO. 1,158. THE INDIANA STATE SENT N WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. rai.vTED Aj n uitu mat k uxudit at tu raw wimnvnu office, SO. 1 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, ELDE1 IIIRKN'EU k B1M.IIAM. TKKMS UK WEK.KI.Y SKNTINKU ! luur wie rnr I 1 vi Ten copies to one .vt-tres-. and one to the maker of tb clnb lo 0 Twenty -..pi. to one a'Mr.-s. uih! iiru tuibe maker of the club Jiiiki Thirty copie 1 mie atldrr s, ami 00 copy of llf Whbki.t atii M of ihr li.ui r. to the maker of tli club ... 30 VO "rfty copies t., nnr .vtiir . . and two o.pie of tb Wri t ant two ( tbe Dailt 50 0 Additions can be mad.- to Club at any time at lite above ales. Where the paper is addressed to each ub.-riber parately, the e.ttra copies will uot be sent. Tbe pMif on the UefA" ' tfr V ..,( W. and mailed for one year, i a follows: Within the County f ree. Within the State 13 cent. 1 Within (he l'nite-1 State 25 cent . tuc square, our insertion 0 75 1 wo 1 00 fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 August 1861

VV I-.!-: KLY SENTINEL j A I VI ST 7 Kcjected. A peace proposition u offered in the Houm last Monday, bv Mr. Cox, of Ohio, to hieb no lable person could object who seriously de ine perpetuity of the Union and the tormina tion of the unnatural civil war between the North and the South. They were rejected, however, by a rote of forty-fire against thirtj five. Me.-r-CaavEMS, Holm a w, Law -and VooaHEta, of the Indiana delegation, voted for peice and reunion, and Messrs. Colfax, Jclias, Pobtoi, Sharks and White roted for war and disunion. Messrs. Dtxx and Mitchel were absent or not voting. We aak the attention of the people of Indiana to the vote of their Representative. Mr. Stephen' speech, By request we publish the main portions of the speech of Hon. A. H. Stlfhuss, at Atlanta. Georgia, on the 11th of July, as an exposition of the views of one of the ablest men of the South, and I representative of the prevailing sentiment in the Confederate States. It also furnishes information in re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 August 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL! UT.lT 7 -Hcmovwt. and fan Statk SkjiThe Isuiaxa Dailv Ti.Mti will hereafter Ik.- published by the under- , lip. The uU-rile- to the Ixmavs .state CABii will be luini-heW with the Wckklv Srx-nsix tor the term of their unexpiied sub rip'ion. Tlie Srxtixkl will continue to be the advocate and represent., the of Ieinoer itic prin iples and jtolicy in if bro id and catholic ,-ei)e of tli..-..- term-. We are Ileniocrnta, ui-l intend t :'"!iow wherever the Democratic column leads. The editorial m iliarer ent of the paper will be under the direction of J. J. I(i;n am. who has conducted it (or the pant five years, and its husines dersirtmeni will be under the control of John K. K.Li.m ami Johx Hakknm. the former proprietors of the (lunrd and the lcimnlirc We solicit from the Democracy of the State of Indian i a continuance of their support. - ,1 Ma and from the bus.nes.- community the same l.ber c ml patronage which has Keen extendetl to the N n find and tiuard since their a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 August 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL Au.i vr 7 Receftiox or Brigadier Gkal Momii anp Staff Pursuant to arrongetnenU, a Urge concourse of the citiien of Indianapolis assem bled Tuesday erening a; the Bates House tc publicly receive Gen. Morris and staff, and tc compliment them for their gallant deeds while in the service of their country. Capt. James Blake called the meeting to order and introduced" hi Excellency the Governor, who pertinently referred to the services of (Jen. Morris and command in Western Virginia, and the honor they had reflected upon Indiana by their gallant deeds. The Governor, in conclusion, alluded to the crisis of the country and the necessity of a united effort to maintain the Government in its integrity, as the last hope ol liberty and free institu tions. He thought if the lump of liberty was per mi tied to expire in the great struggle now in progress, that it might not again be re-illumed, but if success attended our arms our Government would be secure and permanent for mmy gene...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 August 1861

EL. VOL. XXI. NO. 12. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1861. WHOLE NO. 1453. THE INDIANA STATE SENTIN WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. PK I T. I .! rt-BI ISHKI' KVKKT WKXK1A Y AT TilK M V Si;TIELOFFK i;. XO. 1 8O0TH V K HI I ! STREET, OPPOSITE THE POülOFtlCF. ELDER, HARKNESS & BINGIIAM, TKRMS OF WEEKLY SENTINEL. Our copy one jrar 1 00 Tea copies to one .vi Ire, and one to the m.... r of the dab 10 00 Twenty copies to one addrrs, aiM two to the maker of the club 20 00 Thirty ropie to one address, and one copy of the Wuklt and one of the Ij aim, to the maker of the club 30 00 rfty copies to one addre. and two copies of the Wkbklt and two of the Dmi.y mi Addition can be made to Club at any time at the above te. Where the paper i addressed to each ulcriber euarately, the extra copies will not be neiit. The postage on the Werlly SttU Reutin!, and mailed f-r :i. . .ir. is a follows: Within the County Free. Within the State 13cenU. Within the United States .... 2ocenl. One Mjnar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 August 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. AUiBf the Rckclt.n An infamous communication appeared in the Journal extra of Thmiayf signed "T. W. F.," hieb we suppose will be reproduced in that advocate of disunion this morning. We know not who pie autlior is, and care lew; but it is evident he is no soldier. A brave and gallant ru in would not shrink behind a masked battery. If the history of "T. W. F." was known, we should find that be was a Know Nothing in 1ÖÖ4, a Maine law advocate in 1655, an Abolition bigot now, and an individual who never breathed a patriotic sentiment. He is not a volunteer, and never shouldered a musket in defense of his country. He is a man who serves the Government for pay his patriotism has Unit extent, no more. A man who will wilfully lie about his neighbor to do him personal injury is no better than the thief who robs under cover of night. The Sen tinel has never uttered a sentiment in favor of disunion it has never copied, as charged, an article from the Louisville Cour...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 August 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL WEDl CSDAY Al Gl Sr 14 Dailv and Week I INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. I;- n-vr. "Hei M th press the people' rights maintain, I nave .1 hy influence and nnhoaght by gain.'' Ts Daii.t asu Vrrrxt Static Stxiisri are the recogtitied organs of the Democracy of Indiana. A it has in the past, the SrvriM.i. will continue to advocate those principles and measures which are best calculated to advance the happiness, the prosperity and the freedom of the people from all inju-t and unnecessary restraints. While cheerfully sustaining the Government as loyal citizens should, the Skstinki. will vigilantly watch all encroachments upon popular right and the true principle." of constitutional liberty. The freedom of speech and the freedom of the press are necessary to preserve and secure free institution" When the are struck down, no matter what may be the apology therefor, from that day data the decline of American liberty. In order to form a more perfect union, establish Justice, insure du...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 August 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL. WE OHE DAY Ali;iT It Direct Taxation. The direct Ux bill Iwu passed both Houses of Congress. It provides for the raising of $20, 000,000. Incomes over $800 are to be Used 3 per cent. On sugar the duty is 2 ten w, on coffee 32 cents, and on tea 15 cents. The Aarane on Uichmond. The Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Sam says that the President will urge an advance to Richmond at the earliest possible moment t'sat the campaign will be in Eastern Virginia, and that Gen. McClei.lan will have all and power be may require for offensive ions. The Administration. The Ohio Statesman says "the very liest evidence tli.it could be offered to prove the uUer incompetency of the Administration to manage the Government in its present perilous condition, is the strenuous efforts made by its organs to charpe the miserable blunder at Bull's Run on a portion of the Republican press and Congressmen. If the President and Cabinet have no more business nor sense than to allow Republ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 August 1861

INDIAN A EL. VOL. XXI. NO. 13. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1861. WHOLE NO. U.4. H E STATE SENTIN WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. f bisted ajid miasmcu ivm wtsxnsur at tse El K g K r l ELOFFICE, NO. I SOUTH MERIDIAN STREFT, OPPOSITE the povroiticr. n nnn Hi 1)1. VI !fl I DIVi'DlM hLUrX H.inn.ihM c IBWH TERMS OF WEEKLY SETUSEL. Um copy oii year 1 on Ten copies to one adurev, and one to the maker of the club- 10 00 Twenty copies to one address, and two to the maker pf the dub. 20 0 Thirty copies to one addr.-, and one copy of the Wekklt and one of ibe Daily, to the maker of the club 30 00 nty copies to one aidres. and two copies of the Whilt and two of the Inn v .... 50 OO Additions can be made to Clubs at any time at the above te. Where the paper i addressed to each subscriber separately, the extra copies will not be sent. The portage on the UWUy Mute .SewiaW, and mailed for one year, is as follows: Within the County Free. Within the State 13 cents. Within the United States 35cem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 August 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL i iimviih AtCl ST 21 Tkr Job mal Invitin .Hob Vloleace. Since the commencement of the war the Jour. nal has done all that it dares to do to couusel the destruction of the Sentinel office by mob violence. It has the disposition to do any mean thing to ac complish the overthrow of a rival establishment, but in sadly deficient in the courage to openly avow the design it has cherished and yet cherishes. On Wednesday it suggested in a lying editorial, if it had any object at all, violence towards this office. If to advocate disunion and to justify secession is a treasonable act, and worthy a traitor's doom, the columns of the Journal will furnish ample evidence for the conviction of the editors of that print of that crime and the merit of such a punishment. And this makes the cowardly and mischievous course of that paper towards the Sentinel more apparent. The exposuie of its hypocritical and inconsistent position: from its own editorials has been a thorn in its side whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 August 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY AIC15T 21 Daily and Werkly INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. "Herr lt the press the people's right maintain, Coawcd by influence and unbought by (ratal." Tn Dailt axo Wkkklt Stati SemxrL are the recognised orgao of the Democracy of Indiana. Aa R baa in the past, th Ssbtwel will continue to advocate those principles and measure which are best calculated to advance the happiness, the prosperity and the freedom of the people from all unjust and unnecessary restraint. While cheerfully spuming the Government aa loyal cut' m should, the Sbstisbl will vigilantly watch all encroachment upon popular rights and the true principle" ot constitutional liberty. The freedom of speech and the freedom of the pre are necessary to preserve and secure free in titutiora. When these are crack down, no matter waat may be the apology therefor, from that day dates tbe decline of American liberty. In order to form a more perfect union, establish Jostice, insure domestic tranquility, provide f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 August 1861

e WEEKLY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY1161'ST 1 Have We a Government The Republicans sit that the main object of the war i. to prove that we have a Government. It is a little queer that Mr. Lincoln should wage an exhausting war to prove that we have a Government, when it has undisputed sway over at least nineteen powerful States and is now expending at least one million and a quarter of dollars a d.i. v. In face of such evidence to demonstrate that we have a Government of groat power and resources, the Republicans say that the war is to test the fact whether we have a Government at all I Bah! ondiiion of ike Army. The New York Tribune, of Saturday, aays: "Though the journals very properly avoid the publication of all news which might be made to convey intelligence to the enemy, and only general intelligence respecting the movements of the National armies is made known, we are most happy to be able to assure the public, from facts beyond dispute which have been communicated to us, that at no ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 August 1861

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL VOL XXI. NO. 14. INDIANAPOLIS. IND., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1861. WHOLE No. 1,165; WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. rmtwno ab pviumd tvai iDnait at tw HEW M TIEL OFFICE, NO. t SOITH HKRIIMAN STREET. OPPOSITE THE POSTOFIK F. lAMd, IIRKKSS BIM.IHM. TKRMS OP WEKltLT SKXTINEL. i n copy one year $ 1 04 Ten copies to one address, ami owe to tbe maker of the dab 10 0 Twenty copies t one address, and two to the maker ofthednh MM Thirty copies to o addre-t, and one copy of the WiriLt and ooe of I be Du.r, tw the maker of the dub MM ifly copies to one adores., and two eopteK of the . Wout and two of the Hau. .... 50 00 Addition can be made to Club at any time at the above ita. Where the paper i addreiMed to each ubecriber separately, the extra copies will not be sent. The postage on the Weekly StiUe Aenind, and mailed far one year, la as fallow Within the County Free. Within the State 13 cents. Within the Catted State ..... 26 cents. One -qttare, one insertion 0 75 " two 1 00 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 August 1861

niLiALl J Li H 1 lrjli. WEDNESDAY Allil ST 28 A Kftronprrt. The refusal of the Republican members of Congress at the regular session last winter to accede to any terms for compromising the sectional differences of the country, has brought upon the nation a fearful civil war and all the dire calamities attending it. The Ckittküdeü amendments would have been satisfactory to the country, J i.KK. Da via and Toowss, of Georgia, both stated that that proposition would be Accepted by them and would be acceptable to the South. But that Olive Branch of peace and Union was rejected by Republican rotes. A Peace Congress assembled in which the Border Slave States were represented, and most of the Northern States by Republican delegates. That body agreed upon propositions which would hare retained all the Bonier Stales within the Union, but they were likewise rejected by Republican votes. The very terms of adjustment that able and enlightened Republicans were willing to concede to the Southern S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 August 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL. Daily and Weekly INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. !-. i-v. "Herr let tu" press the people' rights maintain, Unawed by ioflueoc and unbougbt by gain." Tn Daily asu Wreut Statte flnrnamx are tbe recognixed organ of the Democracy of Indiana. A it ha in the past, the Srvnxax will rontiuue to advocate those principles and nseaamres which are bet calculated to advance the happiness, the prosperity and the freedom of the people from all unju-t and unnecessary restraints. While cheerfully sustaining the Government as loyal :il i - -lii 'I. ilf r mim i will vigilantly watch all enrroachatenu upon popular rights and the true principle of constitutional liberty. The freedom of speech and the freedom of itac press are neceasary to preserve and secure free Institutions When thet- are 6truek down, no matter what mar he the apology therefor, from that day dates the decline of American liberty. In order to form a more perfect union, establi-h justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 August 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL reO.fESDAY. See en a I an -Mr pa ra t i on . We suppose our Republican friends will toler ute "freedom of speech" and "freedom of the proas" in a Republican paper Lincoln organ if they do not in a Democratic paper. If we had advocated similar views to those expressed by the Cincinnati Prem, which we subjoin, oar amiable neighbors of the Indianapolis Journal would have pronounced them treasonable. While not a en ting or dissenting from the doctrines and argumenta of the Frets, we reproduce them as eminently worthy of consideration, and as thoughts worthy of the times and the crisis of the country. We differ with the Press, and our Republican friends who think with it, as to the value of the Union to the people of the North. We believe that the Dnion, as it has been, is of incalculable advantage to all sections of the country, as much to the North as to the South, and for that reason we hare done all in our power to perpetuate and cemeut it. What has been the po.icy of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 September 1861

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL VOL. XXI. NO. 15. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1861. WHOLE NO. U56. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. rmirrsD ajd ixsluhko ivui wkjkisxay at the !EW M.M'hHi OFFICE, SO 3 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICF. ELDEK, HARK NESS K BINWIAM, TERMS OK WEEKLY SKXTLNEL. On copy ne year $ 1 00 Ten copies to one add res, awl one to the maker of the club . Twenty copies to one address, and two to the maker of t he club Thirty copies to one addre, and one copy of the Wsksxt and one of the Dailt, to the maker of the club 10 00 'JO 00 M uo (fifty copies to one address, and two copies of the n kick lt and two of the IUilt .... M "0 additions can be made to Ctabs at any time at the above te. Where the paper is addressed to each subscriber separately, the extra copies will not be sent. The postage on the RVtfy Stain StmHntl, and mailed for one year, is as follows Within the County Free. Within the .State 13 cents. Within the United States tfcents. One square, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 September 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL. mmwm kssat ypTt.nBEK 4 Another Tex. Senator Dot glas, on his way borne to his death funeral, said: "This Administration u rele for the war, and I will hold them so, at the proper time, before the American people." Will the Journal keep this extract From Senator Dot glas at the head of its columns? Ealonr of. Don The committee appointed at the meeting held ..1 this city in honor of the memory of Douglas. immediately after bis decease, to se.ect an orator to deliver an eulogy upon the life and character of that eminent statesman, invited Ex Governor Wbioht to perform that duty. Got. Waieirr, we are advised, has accepted the invitation and will be prepared to deliver the eulogy early in September. The Corruption and Imbecility of tin- Ulministraiion. The Springfield (III.) Register, with reference to the development of proper distrust in the ability and integrity of the Administration at Washington, remarks: "Things have now reached a point where the Democratic press m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 September 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 4 Xaw ! the Time to üaktcri Keep the Ball Holling. We appeal to the Democracy of Indian to lib er IN sustain and encuunse their press. In a time like this, every Democrat should take a Democratic paper, and see that his neighbor takes one. Great events are occurring, which out change the character out Government, if the people are not vigilant in maintaining tho?e popular rights which have made us a free and pros perous nation. The press is a powerful agency in exposing the desugns of those who, in Uie name of liberty, would strike "town all that is valuable to freemen. The Sentinel will endeavor to do its whole duty in boldly speaking for the right; in maintaining free speech and a free press to expose the corruptions of the party in power, and the corrupting influences at work, which, if permitted to continue, will undermine oar free institutions, and substitute therefor a despotic central power. In buttling manfully for the Constitution and t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 September 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL KD Eft DAY SF.PTFJvlBEK 1 supportia the Uareraaeat. The Sentinel is bitterly denounced by Repub1 icans for not sustaining the Administration in its management of public affaire, regardless as it is of constitutional obligations, and considerations of sound public policy. " The King can do no wrong," is now the maxim of th Republican party. The infallibility of Mr. Lincoln and his Cabinet must not be questioned, for the reason that they are clothed with official authority wear the robes of office. Who is Mr. Lincoln, that bis judgment should be deferred to implicitly in this crisis of our country ? Is Ue any more wise, sagacious or patriotic than the usands upon thousands of the citizens of Indiana? Has he any more claim to public confidence and respect is he any more capable of judgiug the true policy of the country than any other citizen who has had his attention directed to public affiirs? And what has Caleb B. Smith, one of his constitutional advisers, ever done t...

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