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

SENTINEL VOL XXI NO. 21. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 16, 1861. WHOLE NO. 1,162, THE INDIANA STATE SINKING FUND. Sale of Sinking Fand Land. rwint: following pieces, parcels ok lots OF X Ind. or nch thigoof snay be nwwwry, will On Tuesday, the 10th Day of December Next, within the C l offered for sal rHirt-hou-e in the city of Indianapolis, tit the hieb biiJik'r the bid being it chargeable, or ruth a tout a the to thr he willing to -ell for the aanae havto the State of Indiana to secure loans M forfaited by the noD-payment lid Mle will be. continued from day to to-wiu day until II'M COVBTI. 8 e qr of n e qr of sec 19, t 27. n r 15 e, containing 40 acre more or Irw; mortgaged by Francis Porter and Margaret Porter hia wife. Loan, interest, etc., $334 95. E hf s w qr Bsc 33, t 23 n, r 14 e, containing M) acres more or less; mortgaged by avid Studahaker and Harriet Studahaker hi rite. Loan, uitereM etc., 400 00. Ai ijtN coixtt. I hf n w iir and nr and n w ur ul n e qr sec 1, t ...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. ' F. I KS DA OCTOBEB 10 Ohio I irrlion . It is estimated that Tod, Union, is elected Governor by about fifty thousand majority. Ac cording to old party lines the Senate will be Re publican and the House Democratic, I Hit bath branches will be overwhelmingly for the Urion. The t.otrrnor anal the Indlaua TrMBi. We publish this morning a statement, accompanied with the correspondence and dispatches, showing that Governor Morton has made every effort iu his power to procure from the proper authorities winter clothing, and other needed supplies for the Indiana volunteers, now in the service of the General Government. There can be no question hut that His Excellency has done his whole duly in the matter, and whatever faults and shortcomings there may be, they can not be attributed to him. The statement developed the fact that there is great destitution among our troops which most, in a groat measure, be relieved by the individual efforts, generosity and patriotism of the ...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL du no iv OCTvilCH 16 i ewocrtitle In ion State Ceaveili At a called uttering of tb Dnoocratlr At ate Central Committee It iu untaimou'ly reaoreed, in pursuance of the Ime - honored osagrs of the party, thai the Democracy of ilw reqtreett-tl to appoint delegate to a State Conto be held on Thursday, the EIGHTH DAT OF JAM" ART, IMS, fa take into constteradon the condition "f the country and adopt och actkm in regard to the nomination of candidate for State officers, to be elected in Otober next, a may be deemed advisable. The Committee decided as abasia of representation in the Convention, that j M u entitled iv -u delegate far evorytw fifty votes cast against Mr. Liscoui at the identi.1 election of vmuA one additional debate for every fraction of one hundred and twentv-flve votes and ever. The Committer cordially invite all citizen, of IndUn. to participate in Ue election of delegates to the Convention, .tndtoUJte part in its proceeding, who are opposed to the politica...

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

Continued from ftrstpage. I to low water mark m .f of TMl River in -ec J4, 1 1 n, r 4 e. Ihme down the e aide of .said nver with iba meandering iharaof u a ftomt ia aaid sac 3, IS slon chaia of the n Ime of 1 ate S, taaaeee parallel with ibe n line of said c 334 chaina and 100 to a orM M the w fide of the new mill race of Osaka, R.jf PaUeroa. a od 10 13-I0ftchaia w of the donation or line ut the sec, tbence n 1 k de, w 13 54-100 chain, thence ijp, deg. e4 cbaiua and 64-100 ofachain, theiice d 33 deg. e 3 chains and vi link, Üieuce n 4, deg, w 7 chain, and 18-10 to the place of beginning, rontaküug lOT?i acre; aortgaged by Samuel G. Patterson and Fatay Patterson bit wife. Loan, interest etc, 44.473 aft. S hf out-lot in Indianapolis. No 23. where Merrill now l AUKuat la&4) Uvea, being a tract 430 feet from e to w and 191 fc t from u to e; mortgaged by Samuel Herri! and Eimabrth O Merrill hi wife and rraukbn Merrill and W. W . Merrill . Loan, iatereat etc. 93 21 M. Lot No 1...

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

STATE SENTINEL THE INDIANAPOLIS. INI).. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1861. WHOLE NO. 1,163, VOL. XXI, NO. 22. INDIANA SINKING FUND. Sale of Sinking Fund Land. TBI TOLLOWrNG PIECES, PARCELS OR LOTS OF I Jmd, er so aanch thereof as may be iiirnmij, will On Tuesday, the 10th Day of December in the city of Indianapolis be to U binnen bidder- the bid being equal to the 'it chargeable, or such a sum a the be willing to .-ell for the same ha. m 'gaged to the State of Indiana to tecure loan from the suiting rund ami forfeited by the non-payment of interest tb -re-m; said sale will be coo turned from day to day until completed, to-wit Adam- corjrrr. 8 qr of e qr of sec 1, t 37, n r 16 e, containing 0 res more or lew; mortgaged by Francis Porter and Mar garet Porter bis wife. Loan, interest, etc , 6334 96. KMlwwm: 23. t 25 n. r 14 e, containing M acres i er toea; mortgaged by Laval Studabaker and Harriet bit wife. In, interest etc., 1400 (C. Aixsa covsn. K hf n w qr and n w qr of n e qr sec 19, t 3...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL I. DM DAY ...0( TOBF.B 23 Democratic In Ion Mute Convention. AtflllmeüngrfAnocrM4cS!atOntrlG..u--tt wu nnsarta i'- resolved, in pvtuoca of the I aiicti of tin party, that the larraocracy of i be requested to appoint delegate to a State Cen to be held on Thursday, tin EIGHTH DAT OF J A NU ART, IStJ. to uke into consideration the condition of The country and adopt loch acttou in regard to tbe nomination of candidates !br State ofVr, to be elided in Oca basis ot representation in the Convention, that sty should be entitM to toe delegate for every two hundred and flftv vote cast againat Mr. Lwo.ux at tbe Pretideiitiai election of I860, and one additional delegate for every fraction of one hundred and twenty-five votes and over. Tbe Committee cordially Invite all Citizen of Indiana to participate in the election of delegates to tbe Convention, and to take part iaJU proceedings, who are opposed to the political policy of the present Administration all who are in favor of t...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. WEllUOtV M OCTOBER t 1 TO THi: DK.nuCNACY Of I.MDI 4N A mpoort V ir IIa iper. ThaorgaDUation of the Demo.-atic party ta tfcta State cam aoiy be maintained, and it fature soecess secured, tnrcFUa tbc influence of a vi (Hani and effective press. The RepablK-aus, by deception and the advocacy of aeciional police, have obtained pmniatoa of the Govern -ment snd all the avenues to public aatrotiage, which they are now aiae for the purpo of cartailin the liberties of the people and estabuhli.g themselves peimanently in power. To the Democracy of the country, and to the people who eoaatitatioaa! rights are invaded and imperiled, we can only look for support This aid sbwuid come at once, from the prominent members of oar party and from who-e interests are interwoven with S.Ä wattle Se" ns to contend successfully, let in- , ns of the party now in power, circu- i late in every neighborhood throughout our borders, and let the Democratic Pmaas ererbe here peak xritA owe j ratker...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL UrnKSDAY Of TOBEB83 alllluary Item. We notice that Major Terrell, formerly of Lafayette, in this State, but now a Parma ter in the United State Army, has arrived at Louiavi, le. Kentucky, with fund to par off troops. Major TerreH will be assisted by three other Pay m listers. The entire afar of the Revolution cost less than one hnudred and thirty-six millions of dol lars. Congress has voted five hundred millions to carry on the present war. Our expenditures now, on account of the war, are estimated at seven hundred and fifty millions per annum The military authorities of Memphis hive ordained that if any more cotton or tobacco be sent to that city, it shall be transported back into the country at the expense of the owner or owners. The civil authorities of New Orleans bare ordained the same thing in relation to cotton, forbidding its being brought to that city. Glkmans i Tea Ahmt The following is given as a very nearly correct statement of the number of Germans in ou...

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

SENTINEL. THE STATE VOL. XXI, NO. 23. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1861. WHOLE NO. 1,14. INDIANA SINKING FUND. Sale of Sinking Fund Lands. fpHK IVU-UWMBIItCKS. l'KCEL-OR LOTS OF X I4M, or s much thereof an y be On Tuesday, the 10th December will Of Day Nexv within Ute Coert-bcMtac in tbe city of Indianapolis, !e .wTered for sale to the highest bidder the bid beinir I to the amount chargeable, or such a turn as the may be willing to eil fur the MBH bavto the State of Indiana to secure loan from the Sinking Fund and forfeited by the non-payment of interest thereon; h1 sale will be continued from day to day until completed, to-wit adam cocirrr. 8 e qr of n e qr of sec 1, t 27, n r 15 e, cou airdnf 49 acre more or Mia; artft d by Francis Porter and Margaret Porter hi. wife. laau. interest, etc., 334 S& E hf a w qr sec 33, t 25 n, r 14 e, containing 40 acres more or lea mortgaged by David Studabaker and Harriet Studabaker hia wife. Loan, interest etc., 409 6. K ...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. .. .OCTOBER ! Kunning Itae Blockade. The telegraph inform at that two of our vessels have run the rebei blockade of the lower Potomac. This is published as an extraordinary fact. Does oar Government intend to open this important channel of communication with Washington, or will such a proceeding interfere with the plana for its defense? What means it? We hare an army of three hundred thousand upon the Potomac and a large fleet, jet the rebels have been permitted, without molestation and at their leisure, to line its banks with batteries and final Iv to more effectually blockade it than we hare been able to close the ports of the rebel States. Can this be called a vigorous prosecution of the war on our part? The Stte Convention. The New Albany Ledger i still carping upon the call of the Central Committee for a Democratic State Convent on. A we understand the L d'jcr, it is in favor of maintaining the organization of the Democratic party and of a convention,...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. OCTOBEH 0 Dwnawcra tlr I nln täte Convention. At a called meeting of ike Democratic teste Central ComHtMt it tu unanimously resolved, in pursuance of the me-hoMted usages af the party, that the Democracy of Indian be rso nested to appoint delegates to a State Convention to be held oa Thursday, the EIGHTH DAT OF JANUARY, IS- to take into consideration the condition of the country . .d adopt sact) action in regard to the nomination of candidate for State officers to be elected in October next, aa may he deemed ativuable. The Commit tee decided M a basis f representation hi the Convention, that each county should he entitled to one delegate for every two hnndred and fiftv rotea cat against Mr. Liiaoaui at the Presidential election of Date, and one additionaJ delegate far every fraction of one hundred and twenty-five votes and over. The Committee cordially invite at! citixern of Indiana to participate m the election of delegates to the Convention, and to take part in it...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. .OCTUBKH SO The YauMK taMKr-Jla Incident ! Ihr War. Tb lick at Afar !r. m in the i iloae hospital ni kindred, biavely giving life away Bat above ib ihr air. .um delirious, or ihr groins that bo rut r ...... --h; ,1;- -hv ,.., id um. or ther, ther- arose the Totoe of prayer. For tar nurse gentle woman ever first in tcfm-s of woe At the balmy breath of spring time moved among them to ami fro, Twoa the voice that opoko of heaven, ah that roiaed the fi 1 my e v To look op beyond the dying, to the deothleao in Ihr SS 'Twa her ear that caught the faltering, and half-spoken, last request. And the murmurvd prayer for pardon, a. the worn soul west to rest. ttsc: bringing softly to and fro one hear; her name low spoken as she moves from t. Tat a soldier young, bat dying, with the short and hu.-ky breath That too surely tells the coming of the unpityiug angelDeath; As she stooped down low to listen, then his voice with And in Arm, dear tones he begged her that his knapsack mig...

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

THE INDIANA SENTINEL VOL XXI, NO. 24. INDIANAPOLIS. INI).. WEDNESDAY. NOVKMBEK fi, 1861. WHOLE NO. 1,165. STATE SINKING FUND. Sale of Sinking Fund Lands. rviHK following pieces, parcels ok ixrrs of U laad. or m Baca thereof aa may be . in On Tuesday, the 10th Day of December i tbe Gourt-houe in the ritv of lndinu..li. be offered for sale to tbe highest bidderthe bid being I to the traonnt chargeable, or such a im a tbe rs nuy be willing to Mil for tbe tame havraged to tlie State ..f Indiana to secure loan the Staking Fund and forfeited bv the non-uavment of interest thereon; said ia!e will be continued from day u dar until completed, to-wit: 3 e qr of o e qr of arc 19, t 27, a r IS e. containing 40 acre more or lese; mortgaged by Francis Porter and Margaret Porter bis wife. Loan, Interest, etc., $334 96. KafiirMU S3, t 35 a, r 14 e, containing M acres rtaed by David Studabaker and Harriet his wif. Loan, interest etc., $409 $S. i u cot-art. K kf n w or and n w qr of n e qr sec 19, t ...

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

WKEKLY SEM .N EL fEBüESDAT , i lOt ESBER R ContriietW Frud The Louisville Demacrmt of Tuesday. tat.-s that General Mitculu. lias rejected a large quantity ol' harnes sent to Covington for use in Ken tacky by a contractor in Cincinnati. The iron med in the harness is found to be cast tun! malleable, when it should have been wrought, and sonic hi' the chains were so frail as to snap when o:ily ."trained by an empty wagon. The Edward Ferry Defeat. We are happy to tat that it is untrue, aa has been reported, that Oer.. McClellax had expressed himself as being satisfied with the result of the action at Edwards Ferry. On the other hsnd Gen. McClellan was mortified and deeply pained at the blunder of Gen. Stose. and did not leare Edwards Ferry till he had seen every Union soldier safe on the Maryland shore, the wounded properly cared for, and all things pot back in the same condition (as near as might be) as they were the previous Sunday morning. When he returned to Washington he expressed...

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

1 WEEK LI SBÄTIML UfÜMODAV SOY t.HBH 6 IrtunO'ip Tirol iaB. There wta be a w If 1 the Deiotrasj and all vusaMe u. the I' Dion im tbe principle of tbe Cuoatituaaexpaxinded by the Supreme ConrX, at the Warrru T"wniMue, on Saturday, the Sih of Not. hTird. Chairman Twn TO THE E HOC K ACT Of INDIANA! I Support Your Home Paper. Tbe organization of the Democratic party ia this State can only Oa maintained, and Hs Tutore secured, through the in influence of a Tbe i , bv deception ü potk-y, bare obtshi. l poMeasion the fiovernit and alt the aveoaea to public patfuiac. which thev r n.. i-inr for tbe POrposc of curtailing the liberties of theieople awl -Mabhhibs: tbemarlvM permanently ia power. To the Democracy of the country, and to the peolittmial rigliUar invadid and irnnenie-l only took for saaiaart. This aM ahoeld corneal p. .m ibe prominent member of our party and from uc uvuui u i"!"" WIM. of 'OYeraraent, as bände.! down to us by tbe patriot t of tbe revolution, aud which we are now bat...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. U I..71BEK i i 1 1 1 1 r Items. The Louisville Democrat thinks it is wonderlul that the President doesn't see the propriety arid necewitv of deUiliug a few editors and reporters to advise oar Gener Is - ben to advance, when to recede, and what to do generali y. These editors daily waste an enorrnoo amount ot wis!om on military affairs, and show clearly hew a thing badly done could hare been done weil, and how well done could hare been don better. There are 10,000 tailors and seamstresses employed in Cincinnati in making military clothing. The Lafayette Cour irr mt: The rumored capture of McClellan while carelessly exposing himself cn the line of the Potomac, is an unmitigated .-eil . The 40th regiment, at Camp Tippecanoe, near Lafayette, will, we le.irn.be armed and uniformed this week. Col. Bridgland's cavalry regiment,! el re hundred strong, has gone into camp five miles from the city. The regiment will be ready for the field in two weeks. Capt. J. W. Newton, of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 November 1861

HE INDIANA VOL. XXL NO. 25. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1861. whom: no. i.h. SENTINEL 1 STATE i WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. num amd rrtLUHKP ivcit wrdkusat at rar EV SENTINEL OFFICE, NO. 2 SOUTH MKKIIMA.N STRr.hT. OPPOSITE THE I'OVIOH l( I . ELDER, lA RR NESS & BINGHAM, TERMS OF TTEKKLT SEKTIXEL. On copy dm rrar f 1 00 Ira euptas to one ilm, an one Vo Um maker of the club 10 00 Twenty coplei to one address, and two to the maker of üm crab SO 0 Thirty copiea to oe adorers, and one copy of (he Wkkki.t antl one of the Daily, to the maker of the dab 30 00 fifty copies to one add res, and two copies of tl WHU ami two of the Dailt ...... SO 00 i can be made tu Club at any time at the above i ten. Where the paper Is addretaed to each subscriber teparatly, the extra copies will not be sent. -- n I . The portage on the Weekly StuU .Sent m J, and mailed I t one year, is as follow: Within the County Free. Within the State 13 cents. Within the United States Ucent. One squ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 November 1861

WEEKLY SK NT IN EL IAV A Damaging i.ipurc. We call attention to an abstract of the report veatigate charge of mal administration in the military departments of the Govern ment Tbe investigation in the Department of the Went, by a cum no it tee, tlie majority uf whom were the il and fust friends of FemoifT, make an damaging to the military and mora! character of the Philadelphia Republican C .mention candidate for the Presidency. Gen. Pasaoxv may survive this impeachment of his friend, but be can only do it by successfully set ting up lor himself as the Dictator of the Southwest. If he fails in that we cau only add "Alas! how luve tbe mightv fallen!" Am uffst. Our esteemed Republican eo temporary, the Indianapolis Journal, charges that the Administration is a slow coach, and always behind time. In other words, it intimates that Lixcols L Co. are great in following, but powerful weak in originating. The Southern Confederates have sent 8 Li dell and Mason to Europe to look after their ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 November 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL. I EN DAY SOVt H. 13 Pork Pace ist, We u ere informed by a large -i k packer of thm city that be doe not intend to wSsfJkgf. pork, even at $2 50 per hundred, aa the prevant supply in the country is so large, and the probable market for pork ia so uncertain for the future. He .ilso iui'urmed us that, in his opinion if the blockade of the Southern trade was opened, pork would at once go up to $7 per hundred. If thia statement and opinion U correct, it shows that the farmers re losing $4 50 on every hundred pounds of pork they raise, in consequence of the blockade of the Southern trade. IxniAXAroLis Grain Market. Wheat is worth Irom wagons 70 cents per bushel for red, and 75 .cnts for white. Oats 18 cents. Corn 20 cento tor new and 24 cents for old. IW The tock of American and Foreign Gold and Silver Watches, new styles Jewelry, Silver Ware, Plated Tea Sets, Urns, Cake Miskers, Castors, Goblet. Cum, Ac , just received at W. H. Talbott k Co.'s, No. 24 East Washington str...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 November 1861

cMuiateg 44 mm Cm( tu wife; m raja by Alna Ca and d ofd n credit. I George . 9240 42. and the n w qr of Lb . w 4 1 tnort it arfed by AaoV. his wile. U'jii. Iiiti "cl rlr., The u bf of e hi containing 49 acres Mary Una tu wife. lorigage'l by " liliatu O. need aim! Loan, ml re t etc, 9296 . n at 1 -fir tt. The t e or 01 im w qr 1 mc 19, t 11 n. 01 r a w.ejpn-Sft-100 acre; and the following W.U In Bowling ?!.. 8. 4. 5aB.H.rot:Uit in S0-1W arre;n ortguged br Jona,' MMwlil and Kniily BnrcntieW hit forfeited aad aotd on credit to tarnen Mile. Loan, I Interest etc.. 9 66 6. The e hf of n w qr and the n bf of the hf of w qr of -.- IT in t U n, of r 5 w, containing 1? acres; mortgaged V George W. May a1 Frances May bis wife. Loan, intercut ttc, fl'i 36. The 11 e qr of the n e qr of sec II and the n w qr of n w qr of aac 0, in t 11 , of r 6 w; xlgtinl by William D. Long and Loriuda Long Us wife. Loan, interest etc., 9tm a. The e bf of e qr of sec 17, t 10 n, of r 7 w, containing 80 acres; mor...

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