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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 September 1861

hie INDIANA STA K SENTINEL INDIANAPOLIS,' IM)., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER it 1861, VOL XXI. NO. 1. WHOLE NO. l.If,7. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. nunmo am miuwo avast wedxuvat at tu M;V üE riELOFFICE, NO. 3 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, OPP4WITE THE POMTOirit'K. ELDE. HARKNESS k BINGHAM. TERMS (F WEEKLY SENTINEL. One cop r od yrar 9 1 1 Ten copies to one address, and one to the maker of the club 10 Twenty copies to one ad'lresa, and two to the maker of the club 20 00 Thirty copies to no address, and one copy of the W(iil and uiie wl the Uaii.y, to the mater of the club ifty copies to one address, and two copies of the Wccklt and two of the Daily -. ... 30 I M 'I" Additions can be mad to Clubs at any time at the above ite. Where the paper is addressed to each subscriber separately, the extra copies will not be sent. The postage on Vir Weekly Stat .Sentind, and mailed for one year, is as follows: Within the County Free. Within the State 13 cents. Within the United States ...... ttcents. i square, one i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 September 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL. FDi:SDAV The People Sovtrfigns. It is a faotr which should not be forgotten in time, that every citizen of the United States is constitutionally a "sovereign" that the people are toe source of all power, and that ruler must at mII tines, and under all circumsUn ees, be completely responsible to the people for the use of power delegated to them that no citizen can'refu.'e to exercise all the right which are secured to him by the Constitution without an abandonment of his necessary liberty. These are greit troths, which the people should never forget. Gentlemen's Rrglmrnl. We propose to raise a regiment for the war to be composed of bankers, brokers, lawvers, preachers, doctors, ediors, and gentlemen generally all of whom rau-t be of the Republican faith. We will not accept a volunteer unless he is able to leave his family in a comfortable condition while he is in service and provided he should be cut off by the enemy. Bachelors, of course, will uot be subject to this...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 September 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL WED ENDAY SEPTEMBER 11 Marion nuntr n on erratic Ticket. cLaCTTOH, ttssoav, or-rosaa Am, 1M1.1 rom clcsk. MICHAEL FITZGIBBON. rOK i ..mm IMS I n MR. I'F.RCY HOSBROOK mnuli The newspaper department of this establishment has been removed to the office of the ltrn molire, opposite the Postoffiofl, from whence the Daily n (Hi Weekly Indiana Stmt Semtinei will be HMsd bereuitar. The editorial conduct of the paper will be the same as it is now, bat its busi nesi affair will be managed rv Me?. Klkkk k Habxxhw. Posta, t St irr After this date the oVJ postage stamps will not be received at this office in pavment of jmbBcriptions. The new will be taken a usual. Hox. Joskth E. Me Donald's Speech. We are printing the resolutions adopted at the Marion . . i t-ounty Convention, ami the speech delivered lv the Hon. .f oseph K McDonald, in pamphlet form, j in larov tvnev While mm haw the form in trss ' we will furnish orders at 75 cents per 100 copies Orders, to receive attention, s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 September 1861

W K K K U S E N II NEL WEMESBAT JEPTF.1BEK 1 1 Promoted. Colonels Dcmont, Milkot and Wallace hare been promoted to the rank of Brigadier General. This if a high compliment to the gallant service? and accomplishment of these diatinguiahed Indi anians. Each of these gentlemen since their re turn from Virginia has reoranjed his regiment for the three ream service, and they will soon be in the field. We can o.ly hope that in their new sphere of duty they will gain equal, if not greater laurels, than those they have already achieved. Indiana is justly entitled to a JTijor Generalship, and we should not be surprised to learn that this high honor had been conferred upon Gov. Morton. He is certainly as much entitled to the honor a. the civilians who have received that appointment. Major General Morton, of Indiana! This title not only sounds euphonious but some what bellicose. War Prospects. But little information can be gained as to the movements and situation of the Federal forces. This mu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 September 1861

SENTINEL. VOL. XXI NO. 17. INDIANAPOLIS, INI)., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER IS, IStfl. WHOLE NO. 1,158. THE INDIANA STATE WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. ASt PTMJMOKVKKT WKDXEXDAT AT THE HEW SETIKI, OFFICE, ML 1 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, OPPOSITE THE 1'OSTOHHI. ELDER, II ARK NESS BINGHAM. TERMS OF WEEKLY SENTIXEI.. One opv one year $ 1 00 Ten copies to one address, and one t the maker of the club 10 09 Twenty copies to one address, and two tothe maker of m club 20 00 Thirty copies to ne address, and one copy of the Wuui and one of the Dailt, to the maker of the dab 30 00 Ifty copies to oue aiidress, and two copies of the Wckexy and two of the Dailt 50 00 Additions can be made to Clubs at any time at the above stet. Where the paper is addressed to each subscriber separately, the extra copies will not be sent. The postage on the Wckly StaU Stntin, and mailed for one year, is as follows: Within üie County Free. Within the Slate 13 cents. Within the United States 25 cents. 1 square, one insertion to 75 . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 September 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL. WED1KSDAY EPTFHBEK 18 Petti ts Speech. We publish this Homing speech delivered by Hon. Jörn Pntit in Tippecanoe county, the 30th da v of August, on the present aspect of public affairs. Mr. PrrriT for a long period exercised a lending influence in the politics and public policy of Indiana, and for that reason, besides the intrinsic merits they may possess, we give his remarks. Mr. PrrrtT, while not agreeing with the political sentiments of the Administration, re cognizes Mr. Lincolx as the representative of the Government, and as a good citizen lie feels bound to sustain the Government and render obedience to its constituted authorities and its laws. He is for the vigorous prosecution of the war until those in rebellion ask for terms and peace, then he is willing to make any honorable adjustment of the existing grievances or protection for the anticipated difficulties of those who thought either or both a sufficient causes to seek a forcible remedy. The speech of Mr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 September 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY EPTCnBEB 18 larion County Ieiiiocratic Ticket. ELErnos, TrrwAT, orroni 8n, 161 ." PO ruit MICHAEL FITZGIBBOX. FOE VOM 'A BätOXBJL PERCY HOSBROOK Democratic Central Committee of Tflarlon C'ouniy. The members of the Democratic Central Com- ! mittee of Marion county are hereby notified to about $10,000. There were in the neighbormeet at the Sentinel office, in Indianapolis, at two ' to of 2. entries. The exhibition was not o'clock, P. M , on Saturday, September 21, 1861, 1 equal to former years. In some departments to consider matters of interest to the countrv. ! there was a fine display in others it fell short. i - - A full and punctual attendance is requested. John R. Elder, Chairman. The following are the members of the Committee appointed at the last Convention: John R. Elder, (Chairman,) Samuel Beck, Julius Bcetticher. Saiiuel Corey, William Hunur. Woodford White, James Webb, Jeaee Price, James P. Drake, William Earle and Joseph Loftan. A I n ion Propos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 September 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY IKPTEJIBEK ig Governor Wright . Speech W give this morning a condensed report of the speech of Governor Weight, in response to the welcome address of Col. DuMoirr, at the reception given him in this city on Saturday last. It present the sentiments of the Governor upon the momentous questions of the dar, as he desires them to go to the world The report ot his remarks was revised by himself. The Democracy of Indiana, who hare long honored Governor WaioBT with eminent public positions, will know just where he stands in a crisis of the country which not only involves the integrity of the Union, but the maintenance of Constitutional liberty. A great revolution is in progress which but few seem to comprehend, and the results of which none seetn to have the sagacity to anticipate. Every demand of the Government has been promptly met alike by the political friends and opponents of the Administration. There is no difference of sentiment in the loyal States as to th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 September 1861

I i THE INDIANA INDIANAPOLIS, IND. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, fötöE VOE. XXI NO. 18. WHOLE NO. E159. STATE SIM . .. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL PmiKTBV AXD rriLISMCD KVKKY WCDÜKSDAT AT TU ewsemii:loffke, NO. 3 SOUTH MERIDIAN STBS ET, OPPOSITE THE FOS'lOmCf. ELDER, II A RR NESS & BINGHAM. TZRXS Or WEEKLY SENTTXEL. 9ns copy one rear $ 1 00 Ten copies to one address, and one te the maker of tbeciutt 10 00 Twenty copies to one andres, and two to the maker Jie club Thirty copte to one address, and one copy of the Wanr and ooe of tti ailt, to the maker of lbs dob ifty copies to one address, and two copies of the M H 30 00 VYecaLV and two of the lUa .. II M Addition can be mad to Clubs at any Urn at the above ties. Where the paper U addreaaed to each subscriber teparately, the extra copies will not be sent. The post a ire on the Weekly Stute SeiUinM, and mailed for one year, is ax follows: Within the County Frea. W ithin tho State 13 cents. Within the United States 56 cents. Oaw aqmarB...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 September 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL. I 1 EÜDAY . tF.r ri:nRLU 25 The Administration and Slavery. We are grtified, says the Wetr York Journal mf Commerce, in common with a vast portion of the people at the North, at the course taken by the President in Um treatment of General Fax MOT a proclamation. When we rot lest week that we were convinced from the former declarations of the President, that the Administration must regret the course of the Western General, our view was received with considerable distrust, and even this slight expression of dissent from the practice adopted by one of the army officers, was by some zealous people regarded as an interference with the prosecution ot the war by the Administration. It appears plainly now, and we record it with satisfaction, that a headlong approval of whatever political plans are adopted by Major Generals, is quite as likely to be an inter terlerence with the design of tle President and his cabinet, as a judicioua expression of opinion against them. Those ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 September 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL niMniv I FTK 'I HI . It 5 Tin rinn aunty Democratic Ticket. tamos, tvesoay, ocros 8m, 1881 1 r. CLESK MICHAEL FITZOIBBON. f,. roa roMMiMioiiu. PERCY HOSBROOK. MI RKPREAENTATITK, HENRY BRADY. The newspaper department of this establishment has been removed tn the office of the Loco mot it , opposite the Pustoffice, from whence the Daily mi Weekly Indiana State Sentinel will be issued hereafter. The editorial conduct of the paper will be the mnw M it is now, bat its basi mm sff.tir will be managed by Messrs. Eldek k !leetlasr of Ike Democratic Central (onimiii.f of Marion Count jr. The Democratic Central Committee of Marion county met at the Sentinel office, on Saturday, unbar 21, 161. on the call of the ClisirThe meeting tu organized by appointing S miuel Corey, :is Secretary. The Chairman informed the Committee that no communication had been received from the Re publican Committee, in relation to the proposition suomitted by this Committee for withdrawing the nominees...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 September 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY 8EFTE-WBEK 95 The County Election. Unite this heaul. Um Journal Ukea position against the proposition of the Democratic central committee to ignore party nominations and party contests at the coming election. It admits that Messrs Wallace and Moore were nominated as partv candidates; ta at they are partisans, and that they have spent muck time in canvassing the county as Republicans. The Jaurnml thus unwittingly concedes the paraaiount objections to continuing theee gentlemen as candidates, if the members of the Republican party are sincere in proposing that party or partisan considerations shall be generally ignored until the termination of the unfortunate sectional contest which th: -nt-ens tbe rery lift of the Government. To make a Union ticket acceptable, it shoald not be composed of extreme partisans, or those who hare been brought forward by party conventions either to reward them fvr parUüan services or as tbe zealous advocates of the distinctive po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 October 1861

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. VOL. XXI NO. ID. INDIANAPOLIS. IND., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1861. WHOLE NO. 1,160. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. rWXTSU AI ri UMOlD cvoi wkasksbai at tu e v m: vhki,ofi i i;. NO. 3 SOUTH MKKli-IAN STKKV.T. OPPOM1 t the PonotrK K. BLDEti, IIARRNKSS k BINGHAM, -.-. E a TERM 8 OF WKKKLY HCNTtNKI.. taojpy "Tir ysr f 00 Ti copies lo an ssMreas, mnA uM to the maker of the club 10 oo Twenty copier to one address, and two toihc maker of the club 10 00 Thirty copies to "te addrers, and one copy of the v 1 1. ki v and one of the Uailt, to the maker of the dh 8 00 fifty copies to one addreu, and two copies of the Wkbklt uml two of the Daily M M Additions can be made to Claba at any time at the above itea. Where the paper is addressed to each subscriber eparately, the extra copies will not be sent. The pomace on the We I lg StiUs Smtinsl, and mailed for one year. i. a- follow: Witbin the County Free. tTithln the State 13 cents. Within the United States SAceiit. 0 75 two " 1 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 October 1861

I I A n. ral EnrlliueKt. We took the position sometime ago that the only fair way to raise an army of sufficient magnitude and efficiency to meet the of the country, was a general enrollment of all who are capable of benring arms. The Confederate States can probably raise a million of men if that number should be needed to maintain their independence. To overcome the rebellion we shall re quire an army larger than the enemy can bring into the field. It is evident that we can not raise an army of this magnitude by the system of volunteering. By drafting the burden of the war is equalized. Under the present plan Indiana and Illinois are the only States that have met the requisitions of the Government. It is a singular fact that the abolition districts fall far behind the conservntivu sections in furnishing men for the war. Shotld not those who are the most clam orotu for prosecuting tlte war with rigor be made to contribute, at least their proportioa of the men aud means to carry it o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 October 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY UCTOBEU Marion itMty Drmaeratir Ticket. KLSCTIOJf, TV BOAT, OtTOW OTO, lfltl-1 ruft CLERK. MICHAEL FITZGIBBON. rOM. rOMMMSIOVEK. PERCY HOSBROOK. FOR EEraESSXTATlVfc, HENRY BRADY. Itrmoral. Th newpper department of this establishment has been removed to the office of the Isoca motive, opposite the Postoffice, from whence the Daily and Wttkly Indiana State Sentinel will be issued hereafter. The editorial conduct of the paper will be the same as it is now, bat its busi mm affairs will be managed by Messrs. El nut k Hause. Sixth Ckop or Strawberries. Mr. Cleve 1 nd, of the Journal office, showed us on Saturday, a specimen of his sixth crop of strawberries which he has raised this reason. The berries were remarkably large for the month of Septem ber, and were of the variety known as the Monthly. We would suggest to our horticulturists that they procure some of the seed. We see by the Washington papers that the President and den. McClellan regularly attend church...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY Attack upon the Admlnitratin. Tite radical Republican paper are teeming with abtue of the Administration for its inefficiency, indifference and its inability to comprehend the gigantic character of the great rebellion or the means to be used for ita suppression. The people have manifested their willingness to provide all the means necessary to secure a successful issue of the struggle in which the Government is engaged to preserve the Union, uuder the Coustitu'ioo, but the representatives of the Govern metit hare not yet risen to a proper appreciation of the agencies to be employed to secure that result. The disasters to our arms in Virginia and Missouri are attributable in a great measure to the lack of sagacity aud energy in the Administration and those in control of the military departments. Was t'iere any necessity for the defeats of Lyon and Mitlmuax? Would not good generalship have saved us these disasters to our arms? And could not the mortifying re...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL VOL. XX NO. 20. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1861. WHOLE NO. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. rUffllll A3CD P'JiLL ID BVBBV WBDKBKDAT AT TUB tVSW i;TIELOFFIE, 50. S SOOTH MKKi WAN 8TBKET, OPPOSITE THE POSTOf FIt'F. ELDER, IIAUKNEVS & BINGHAM, TERMS OF WEEKLY SENTINEL. 0n copj one year 1 N Ten copies to one address, ad im to tbe maker of Um dab 19 Twenty copies to one address, and two to the maker of the club M Tuirty cuylaa to one address, and one copy of the w it kb lt and one of tbe Uau.t, tu tbe maker of the dab 30 00' f itly copies to one address, and two copies of tbe Wcsklt and two of the Dailt .. . ... 50 00 Additions can be marie to Club at any time at the above itea. Where the paper is addressed to each subscriber eparatety, the extra copies will not be sent. '.Ta postage oa the Weekly Stats Seniinsl, and mailed fo one year, is aa follows: Within tbe County Free. Within the Slate 13 ceots. Within the United States - S&ce...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY OCTOBEIt it An Impractical luve. The Chicago TW says you must catch your hare before you eat him, and jou must get into the lare States before you free the negroes. We have heard of an old woman who was sorely puzajed in a sud4en emergency Low to save two babies and a band box at the same time. She finally clung to the children and exclaimed that, "if God had only thought to give h three arms, she might have saved the band box." Those who clamor for slave emancipation wish to put the country in the position of the old woman. We have both arms full already as much as we can do to protect our own borders. How are we even to send a proclamatior of freedom to slaves into the rebel States, much less to confer it upon them? The truth is, we are rapidly drifting into an utterly impracticable issue just as we did in regard to slavery in the Territories. We are trying to eat the hare before we have caught it, discussing the propriety of freeing the negroes of rebel...

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

Wafaeqreec3,l3,rw; also itqrKc X, i 1 , f U , alao a hi i t x J, ti n f , alar t or tec Ii, t J , r 13; mortgaged ojr Juw U. Mot i and Aogeime . Noble. Un, interest etc, 571 26. Tae a t qr n w qr of tec 81, t 3 s r a, containing 40 ac eat. d c w qr of a c or of sec 31, t J l,rl, o--taining 4 acres: also awqrof nwqrof mc B, 1 1 1, r w, contain, ng 4 acres mortgaged by Samuel McCullough, Jr., and Dorothy Ana MeCuIlougb kU wife. Loan, interest etc., SM M. mw'Tt enorrr. W hf I e qr n-c 6, t 15 n, r 7 e, containing 4 acres more or lent, mortgaged by WiHiatn Cbrwoan arid Mary Chriroaii bis wife; forfeited and old bit credit to Robert t. Rarnet Loan, interest etc., 4M 45 Lot No. 24 and lot No. CO m the town of Greenfield; mortgaged by Kdward Andersen and Bersbeba Anderson Us wife; forfeited and okl on credit to Meuben A. Hiley. Loan, interest tc, SM 36. N T n w ajr see H, t M n, r 7 e, contain ina; 48 acremorticad by John Alley and Sarah Alley bis wife. Loan, K hf s e qr sec 19, t 1, r 7 e...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL ED1KSD.IV OCTOBEU i) Uattmelr DeaUi Three weeks ago a numerous cla of persons and Mwwtptn vara frantic iu their clamor to have Honest Joe Halt" made Secretary ol War. No terms of eulogy were too extravagant for his virtues, bis patriotism, and his fitness. Ten day ago the same honest Joe Holt, in the fall nets of his patriotism, wrote a letter to the President condemning a portion of Fremont's proclamation, and from that time to the present, all mention of Joe Holt honest, patriotic ami iu corruptible Joe Holt for a aaat in the Cabinet has ceased? Not one of his extra ragant admirers would now like to have him in the Government. Two weeks ago the name wild enthusiasm prevailed iu behalf o( Fremont. In his behalf men - te r)f v t Via P.itvarnmDnt ni tuiri Lincoln from his seat. To-day the same men declare that though Heaven may forgive him for his criminal incompetency they cannot do so. Two more sudden deaths have rarely startled the couutry ( kicayo Pt. From the Cin...

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