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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. VOL. XXI, NO. 31. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1861. WHOLE NO. 1,172. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. rums 4 Ti rOBLIMBO K VKBV WBDffBSBAV AT TB X E W SE T I X E L OFF If ' E . RO. S SOCTH MB RUM AN STREET, OPrVMTC THE POÜlOtlllF.. ELDER. IIARKNEnS BINGHAM, OF WEEKLY SENTINEL. u copy year t I M r copt to our the clob , Mk .uc to the maker of 10 reutjr eopie to one aMdn-M, auil two to the maker oft hi club 20 00 Thirty ropw to owe adar;, awl out copy of the Wbbblt and ooe ' the DaiLV, to the maker of ÜM club 30 00 r i fry copies to oat addrss, and two copies of the WituT and two of the Unit . . ... 50 00 A Idltluas caa be made to Crab at any lime at the above i tea. Where the paper ia addressed to each subscriber parauly , the extra copiea will uot be aetu. Tb poaire oa th SWAfy Stmti1. and mailrd for m year, U a folia, ithin the County Free. W itlun the Slate 13 rent).. Within the United State reut. One sown re. one insertion, two ,.0 m . 1 00 .. t 00 ...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL .HON DAY. 0I ( tnHEK 23 The ( unicrvaiue F.lement. "You find no fault with the action of the Democratic party of the North, or of their Representatives in Congress, Mr. President," said a prominent Northwestern Deniocrat to Mr Lincoln last week. "Ah, bo," said the Pre-: dent; "the heartiest supporter of my Adminis trat ion policy, at this time, are those who opposed my election; the most virulent opponents of it are those who heretofore have been my party friends. Abolition Work. "The Abolition members of the present Con great," truly says a eo temporary, "are playing the same part that the Secession members acted last year they are turning the halls of Congress into sedition shops, in which disaffection is manufactured against the Government and the Generals of the army, and spread all over the country on the wings of the press. In conjunction with the radical journals they are laboring to bring the army into contempt, and to create division and mutiny in its ranks....

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

w e k k i v s i : iim:i. i'l ( 1 lltl Thr I nn;n it utuat fee pmcrrrd. Draorrallr Ink A t csJWd meeting o il tion m:UM kfu uw of the party, that (ha Democracy of I idiana be rsaussted to sppuiiii delegates ta a State Convention to be beU on Wednesday, thr KK.HTH DAY UK ANL'AKT, 1ÄJ. to Lake into consideration Um condition f Um sjBUiilij aad adopt such action in regard to the nation of candidAie.-s for Statu officers, to he elected I toner next, aa may be deemed adS-faable. The Co nn ft dscsdedasabasi of r nBsaaalatliiii in the Con BhSion, that eachcouBaJTahouVi be entH)e1 tow i! I. ntfirerjI utuiresraad ftv Vota ca . ag..int Mr. Lf-tooL at tbe 1, of I), and os additional debate action ufone hundred and twenty -five votea and ittee cordially invite all citizens of Indiana I j participate la the election of delegate to the Convention, to take part in its proceedings, wb are opposed 'o h political polier 'wie present Administration alt who arc in favor of the . e-etMihmeut of the Union...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. lO DAY DECF.HBEK 3 Hak f Corpus We publish this morning, from the New York Trikmmt. a synopsis of the spaa eh of Hon. Geo. H. Pendleton, of Cincinnati, delirered in the Hmm of Roprsaentatiraa, on the 10th inst , on the habet corpm. The speech is exceedingly interesting and able, and upon a topic which should engage the attention of every friend of Constitutional liberty. The condensed report does not do justice to the effort of Mr. Pedlbtox. Wrdneidar the Rth of January. By mistake in the call for the State Conren tion for the 8th of January the wrong day of the week was named. The 8th or January. 1862, happens on Wednesday instead of Thursday. Our Democratic exchanges will please make this correction . The Democrats of Carroll county will meet on the 28th day of December, and those of Clinton on the 1st of January, to select delegates to the State Convention. Knglish Abolition! It is a singular fact that the English Abolition papers sympathize with tfce Southern Co...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. VOL. XXL NO. 32. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, DK( EMBER 30, 1861. WHOLE NO. 1,178. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. rairor musecr svnrv wepwexpay at the EW SETi:EL OFFICE, 50. 1 SOLTH ME MIMA STRICT. OPPOSITE I ii I POSTOF1ICF. ELDEK, IHRKNESS Bl Mi II A.M. TERMS OP WEEKLT SE5T1XBL. Our copy one year 9 1 00 Tn copies to one address, and one to the maker of the club 1 00 Twenty copies to one atldrew.and two to the maker ofUiectab 10 00 Thirty copien to one adJrr, anU one copy of the Weekly aad one of the Daily, to the maker of the club 30 00 ifty copies to one addresi, aad two copiea of the Wiiilt and two of the Dailt , - - , 50 00 Addition can l.e made to CTntw at any time at the above tei. Where the paper is addressed to each nahscriber ! leparately, the extra copies will not he aeut. The postage on the wVey Slate Smiarf, and mailed for one year, 1 as follows: Within the County Free. Within the Stat 13 cents. Within the United States .... 15 Cent. square, one inser...

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

te WEEKLY SENTINEL. MO! DAY iECEJWER 30 The Irrepressible Conflict. Said a laboring man the other day, who has sei in Ü.e haiit t v r.un the Republican -"I begin to see to tee where the 'irre is to be, if this war is made an Abolition er. It will be between the white laborers of the North and the negroes turned loose to compete with them." And so it will be, of course. If these but tea are overrun with wandering and half civilized negroes, com jelled to work aim ply for their bread and clothes, the price of labor will naturally run down to a low figure, and the white laborers will feel the first So says the Albany Argus. Hear Douglas. Mr. Doiolas, in his great speech before the Legislature of Illinois, a few days before his death sad: I will never acquiesce in any warfare upon the constitutional rights or institutions of the South. If any attempt is made to invade their rights or incite servile insurrection among them, I would be the fir-it to rush to the rescue. He declared, during...

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

W KEKLV S ENTIN KL MONDAY DF. KUBFiK 30 Dwaea erat ie l'aion State Convrnli A t a eaJ led Bsee ia of the Ufamcntffc StatwCentra; Coro wi"c it wa aiitwuit molred. in piirww of the ! me - h aaas i: S a aare of tax- party. that Ihr IkBtnacracy of h liiMb re ;ur-ied to appoint delegate to a State CoosfttdM fo b heWop Wülay, Ike EI0RTH DAT OF J NUARY. IMS. to take into . '-i':on the condition of tbc country and adopt aaca action in regard to the nomination afcaavtViiiaa for State cfneers, to b elected in Ort ober aaat, aa may he deemed ad vtaable. The Uehied at a ban of repres entation in - ten county should be entitled to one Olef at for every two ftftv vota cast against Mr. Ijanoiji at the sf IMS, and one additional delegate f.-r every fraetk.n if one hundred and twenty -Rve rote and over. Tbe Cosnjnittoe cordially in via aH ritiaena of Indiana to participate in the election -fdcegates to the Convention, aee to take pan in tu proceedings, a b are opposed to the ire in favor of the . -u...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. n M BAT VBCEOEH 30 Abolition Cowardice. The Chietgo Tiwrav: "If Abolitionism not the embodiment of the meanest cowardice it would not Mek to introduce the black element into the war while the white population of the loyal State i twenty-one millioae against saveu mil lion in the disloyal States If we can not whip out the rebel with these odd in our favor, we had better abandon the contest and plead guilty u the rebel taunt that we are an inferior peo Pi" The tdminUtraiion not the- erera ment. For making the distinction between supporting the Government and the Administration but a few months ago, mob Isw was threatened and some times executed. But a few months experience he satisfied those who could not appreciate the distinction, and who were ready to persecute those who could, that there is a wide difference in upholding the Oorertiment and supporting those who for tbe time being are selected to represent it. This distinction is forcibly illustrated by the Milwauk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 January 1862

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. VOL XXI, NO. 33, INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 1SB2. WHOLE NO. 1,174. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. nuns a rv omk d bvest uninii at ras EW i:vheloffi( K. XO. 2 SOVTJI MERIDIAN STREET, opponiti: TiiK umillCT. ELDER, IIA RR MISS A BIM.IIAX. TERMS OF WEEKXT SENTINEL. i 'lie copy "i yi $ 1 M Ten eopin to one addres. and no u the maker of tbe c rah - 10 0 Twentjr copte tu onr aildreaa, and twoUtUc maker of th club 50 0 Thirty copie to on addre, aod aty-v of the Wkcklt and 'n of the Daily, to tbt maker of the dab 30 00 fifty copies to one addrw, and two capto the Wzbsxt and two of the Daily .... 50 00 Additions can be made to Clubs at any time at the above lies. Where the paper i addressed to each bacriber separately, the extra copies will not be tent. The postage on the HWirty .V i: .vWiW, and msilod for one year, ia an follows: Within the County Free. Within the Slate 13 cent. Within the United State 25 cent. One (Mjntre. one insertion $ 75 two " 1 00 ftmr ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 January 1862

s WKKKLY SKKTINEL. J t.M'AKV r, The Inion it must be preserved. Oenecrattc Inlon täte Convent At a called meeting the Democratic Suae Central mauw J m aaaniioously raatoleed, in pursuance of the ms-honored Swage 1 of the party, that the Demo-racy of Indiana be requested to appoint delegates to a St ate Ce -renüon to !e Held on Wednesday, the KKiRTH DAT OF of tke country and adopt oea action In regard to the nomination of candidates for State efBc r. to be elected in Ocr nest, as may be deemed aftvuaMe. The Committee i a basis of representation m the Convention, that oty ih uld be entitled to one delegate for every two hundred and fllty rote cast against Mr. Uscoui at the Presidential election of 1M0. and one additional delegate for every fraction of one hundred and twenty-live rotes and over. The Committee cordially invite all cithtena of Indiana to participate in the election ofdelegatea to the Convention, and to take part In tta proceedings, who are opposed to the political policy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 January 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL JAXCAStY 8 Mate f onvratlon Half-Fare on mil Kailroadi Running into Indiunapll Arruigtaau bar beeu made by Um Stats Central Committee with all the roads rautiing into Indianapolis. Tis., the Lafayette, the Pern, the BeMefonUine. the Central, the Ctucinnat; the Madison, the Jeffwsonrille and the Terr Haute, to carry delegates to the Democratic Hute Convention, to be held in this our, on Wednesday , the 8th day of January, 1862, atJmrt rules av Tliose vbo desire to take advantage of this arrange merit can ascertain all panic uW by enquiring of the agents of the different stations, way and general, on each road. The Convention promises to be largely and generally attended, tbe most so of the kind ever held in the State, and its action will doubtless have an important bearing upon public affairs, as it will speak the ten ti menu of the conservative people of Indiana. The committee have m ule this arrangement to give an opportunity to ail to attend who have expressed the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 January 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL AT. JA.tCAKY O tasrnion ef Specie Pyraet. Tbe beaks of New York u a Mcewt? to pre eot the drain of pecie from abroad have ins pended specie payments The effect of this MM upoa the biwMH oi tbe country u ret to be developed. It is akoRether probable thai we shall not return to a specie standard for a long tine to come and that a rag currency will become almost solely the circulating medium and the basis of all .liiat mm We Eieectea. A few days ago the Republican press, big and little, were unanimous in the opinion that tbe arrest of Maon and Slidell was strictly within the rle? and sanction of international law, and that war with Great Britian was infinitely more honorable than their restoration to the jurisdiction of that Government, if auch an alternativ should be presented. Mr. Siwarp, when the demand is made by Lord Ltoxm for the return of tbe "tour geutlefest" taken without authority from the British mail steamer Trent by an American officer, after the act had be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 January 1862

I EL. VOL. XXI, NO. U. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1802. WHOLE NO. 1,175. THE INDIANA STATE SENT WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. rTD aid rviuau hut win wit at tub EW SENTINEL OFFICE, 90. 2 SOUTH XKR1MAS 8TUKKT, OF PUS IT K THE POSTOt FILE. KLDKR, II URN ESS k BINGHAM, TERMS or WKEK.LT sentuvel. iu -"pv on jrr $ 1 00 Ten copies to on address, and toe to the maker of the club 10 00 rwiilj cupia to ok adilrr f , aod two to the maker of the club M 0 Thirty copies to ab aodrers, and one copy of the Wckklt And one of the Dajlt, to the maker of the dab SO 00 fitly copies to one address, and two copies of the Wmii and two of the Daily SO 00 A'ldltions can he made to Clubs at soy time at the above lies. Where the paper is addressed to e-ch subscriber eparately, the extra copies will not be sent. The postage on the VWtiy dttU for one year, is as follows: NmstW, and mailed Within 'he County Within the Stale Within the United States Free. 13 - vs. a U sfc a 1 ans an ssl m One Uare, one inser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 January 1862

WI-EKI.V SENTINEL. JAM AKT 13 The I nieit It mast toe preserved. Jackson.. Democratic Union State Ticket. ro rCRKTAST Or TAT, JAMES S. ATHON, Of Marios County. VOW ATD t TO R Or STATT , JOSEPH RISTIXE. Of Fountain County. FOB TIIAICin or STATE, MATTHEW L BRETT, Of Darias County rot ATTOtsrr oexesal, OSCAR B. HORD. Of Decatur County, roa iMRiNTcvnnT or nsuc iNsraucTios, MILTON B. HOPKINS, Of Clinton County. An Inquiry The Journal about a year ago declared that a civil war would be a worse eril than the loss of a dozen States. A short time ago it declared that it had not changed its opinion. Entertaining ami avowing such a sentiment can it honestly ail Tocate a vigorous prosecation of the present civil war, with all the erila it prophecied that such a content would entail upon the nation? Don t Like It. The Republican central organ is furious upon the action of the Democratic Sute Convention. The more virulent the abuse of that corrupt and dishonest sheet , the greater will be the con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 January 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL mux OA Y JA1CABY 13 NoMlJsaTM lowing' ia the of State, Mr the äm tall' AtniToa or Stat. The folin Um Coaventioo for Auditor K -line luring been no mim ted on For Joeeph Riattne Allen 1.1, Boone 7. BUckftirti -2, Carroll 6. Clav 6, Clinton 6, Dekalb 6, K', khart b. Fountain 6, Grant 5, Green S. Hsm l ton 5, Hendricks 6, Howard 4, Huntington 6, Jaekou b, Jasper 1, Jay 4. Jefferson 7, Jennings 5, Koaetwako 6. Lagrange 3, Laporte 8. M 8, Marion 15, Montgomery 9, Newton 1, Noble 5, Ohio 3, Orange 7. Parke 6. Putnam S, Scott 3, St. Joseph 6. Sullivan 6, Switzerland 6. Tip pecanoe 10. Vermillion 3, Vigo 10, Wabash 5, Warren 3, Well 4. White 3. Whitley 4969. For J V. BemustlafTer Arianu 4, Brown 3, Cass tf, Clark H, Crawford 4. Dearborn 10, De catur 7, FJoyd 9, Fulton 4, Franklin 9, Harriaon 8, Marshal! 6. Owen 6, Porter 4, Pulaski 3, Rao dolph 5, Ruah 7, Shelby 8, Starke 1116. For Willis S Hargrove Daviews 6, Gibson 7, Johnson 7, Knox 7, Martin 4. Morgan 6, Perry f). Pike 4...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 January 1862

CsaBaasaee freaa 1st pawe) objert ww to liharata the Uvea. Geo. HaUecT. in Mi ari makes procUaution prohkiling fugitive slaves from entering his lines. Imme diately Lovejo , the intimate friend of the Prei dent, and the prince of Abolitionists tu Cutteren, hu on foot moreoMot to remove him Lore jot, who ra twenty nine miles from Italia Run without stopping to catch bis breath. Own. Mc Clellan, too, because he is sn old fashioned Dem erat, a Union man, he was to be roperceded. And who do tow dank is to be his successor? P. Banks, who said, not more than years ago, ' let the union sitae. u we iiiHtratioo should declare against the eman cipation of the negro, every Republican press from Chicago to Boston would neiHMsDCW it. The Committee on Resolutions having come In, Mr. Daria concluded, saying That there was a change going on in the public mind in regard to this war and its origin, and declaring that he looked ouly to the Democratic party to restore the Constitution and the Union. Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 January 1862

THE STATE SENTINEL. VOL XXI, NO. 85. INDIANAPOLIS, INI)., MONDAY. JAM ARY 20, 1862. WHOLE NO. 1,176. 1 N Ii I A N A WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. rums ami. mi i ft im witwimii at twb EW SEVri EL OFFICE, 50. i SOUTH MERHHAX STBRET, ITK TUE PWTOlFltF.. KLDER. HA RR NESS & BINGHAM, TCRMH Or WEEKLY SIirmKL On copy one year f 1 M r.n copies to on I ml on to the maker of the eleb 10 Twenty copies to oik austrete, and two to the maker uf the club Thirty copies to noe tMn., awl tnte cop of the ' WgiKLT one of the Daily, to the maker of tbe club 3 00 -,rty r-,pwa to om address, and two oeaSas of toe Wuui aad two of taw Dam. . ... SO 00 Additions can be made to Club at any time at tbe abort itev Where the paper is add roaaed to each subscriber .-ratelj, the extra copies will not re Tbe pwtai on the WatUy Sate AralaW, and mailed for one year, la aa follow w tthtn the Lounljr Within the State. 13 cent. ...I, , - - - 25cenu. Within tbe United Stale. One suoare, one insertion M two - bir Kor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 January 1862

WEEKLY SENTiNEL J It v 20 The in ion it snnet ha preferred. Jweaesa. Democratic Union State Ticket. . - f 0 BECBKTABY OF ST ATI, Oil. ;JAME3 8. ATHON, fT7 Of Marion County. tOM. AUDITOR- Of 8T ATX, JOSEPH RISTINE, . . . ui rouDUio t.ouniy. ron nuKUi or vtatk, MATTHEW L BRETT, Of Daviess County. rOK ATTORNEY OEXEBAL, OSCAR B. HORD, Of Decatur County. ron ML TKR! N'TKN PENT Of rCSLIC I XSTWtJCTIOK, MILTON B. HOPKINS, Of Clinton Countv. n aaa (Tk Proof Under this caption the Journal of Saturday made an infamous attempt to fasten upou us the charge of forgery. It was accompanied by the affidavit of perjured scoundrel and we lemre it to tbe editor of that print to exculpate himself from the strong appearance of subornation of perjury, which the facts in the case seem to fix upon him. We have charged the Journal editor with being a wilful and malicious slanderer and liar and our object in forcing him to bring out his "incontcstible proof that we were guilty of publishing a "forged letter"...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 January 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL. JAM All! mm iter. Mr McJfutlen, ratar of Jtobort, Chapt L. bmaxxrotj, October 9, 1867. Da. 0. W. Kobac-e Deur Sir : I h;ive used juar Blood Puntier for a nerrous affection, from which I have suffered much at Urne. While it -.'iÄnt to tbe ium, it certainly has a h ppy fTect trpon the nerve Please accept my thank for four kind regard, iud beheve me Toon. J. W. T. V) cMu,bh. (Trifflrajiljir fUtos. tOX.IlKNMOt , WaauiaoToji. January 16. SENATE A communication was received from the Secretary of Wag in auswer U the reaoiution of Mr. Powell directing an answer to die resolution passed at tbe last session in regard to contracts. Sc. The answer states that tbe first resolution was received at the Department just after the battle i or July -ilst, and that stnee then he has not had I fuiuuein c.cr.cwi lurte ui urjueny answer uie resolution. The answer also states, "I my elf have not made a single contract for any purpose whatever. The heads of bureaus have made all the contrac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 January 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL JAftCAKY 20 A Olffervmce. Tha Journal claim graai credit for OoTernor for Dot oaring eacrciaad ih pardoning to the mm extent that Goreroor Haiom did during hie adminitttration. It is well known that the arrette and con riet ions fur crime bar diminished ana tail ally mice the comraeaeensntof the war, and the demands for Executive clemency bare consequent! j not been so preeeiug. There is, sower er, a marked difference in the administrations of these Executives which the Journal fails to notice. Governor Hammoxp was never charged by the asesabers of his own party or ereu bj bis political opponents with corruption or venality in the discharge of his official duties. ' Northern Disloyalty. The Detroit Fret Pres says President Lixool was lately present at a lecture bj Ho ace GaszLXY, st tbe biithsouian Institute. We 11 next expect him to send for Yascet and to one of his harangues. Gkjeelet has done more barm to the present Administration, and given more aid to the enemy...

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