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

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL num ad i ii in in tnmwi at thk Hoe. 14 16 18 ana SO EAST WASHINGTON STREET. HAI DOl'BHTl Proprtetore, TERMS OF WKKKLT SKNTTXKLOm copy r - rear 1 Ten cufries to iw iMm, and ooa to the maker of the dae of the dab 0 00 Thirty ropttt to one address, and on copy of the Wuur and Ban of the Dau.t, to the maker oftlwchie copies tc ooe address, and two copies of the Wunr and two of the Pajlt 50 00 i cui be nein to Clubs at any time at toe atwvr Whi-r the paper is addreosed to each the eatra copies will not he sent. IE. The postage on the WteUy Statin, and mailed r one year, I aa the County the State.. Free IS 2ScnU. m.'.hjü daily ssasrrrtTEL Will be sent by mail or express to subscribers at any point for fifty cents a month, or six dollars a year. Ail rabsc-ij tioos invariably ja advance. Address BINGHAM DOCGHTT, Indianapolis. political. Sentiment ait the South. To show the state of feeling at the South amc ag the people, not the politicians, we give extracts from two l...

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

kc. I take It theame -ale or principle of law will apply to tho Federal Government owning property iu the States. The Federal Government only holds by express grant from the State; it haa no constitutional sovereignty in a State, kc. as betöre shown. Thus much air, far the authorities Geutiemen may talk of triitors and treason to their heart's content .but uk them to meet the authorities and overthrow Ikid first. When yoa talk about coercing fifteen Southern States or fifteen N orthern State of this confed eracy, you slight as well Ulk about darning eracy, you Might as well Ulk Rbout darning up the Miaaiasii.pl rirer and turning its waters toward the Rocky Mountains The race from which we o mmm ,vm.rl For two thousand vearstbe history of the world records no instauce where the Anglo Saxon race, or the people from which thev sprung, was ever contiuered. When vou attenm. 1t ' Northern power to compel the southern ne mle of this couutn to remain sub--rW and htfuffl vassals to them, a f...

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

required to effect the object which it avowed as the only end intended, in d can only be excused where no warning huts been given. As to the coo-eiiieiK-tti, South Carolina can not by her si laice appear to acquiesce in imputations; that he is guiltv of unprovoked aggression in firing on the Star oj tie West Though an unarmed vessel, she was filled with armed men, entering her territories against her. Gov. Pickens' instructions to him ae-onirstnies Hayne's letter. Secretary Holt replied, acknowledging the President', receipt of Hayne's letter. He first gives a sunum.rv of Hayne's instructions, which are to the effect: " '1 üo not come as x military mm to demand surrender of a fortress, but as a legal officer of j Ute its Attorney ueneral to claim lor the State the exercise of hi undoubted riirht of em n nt domain, and to pledge the Sfctte to make, good all injury to rights of property which arise! from the exercise ot such claim. The proposi- i tion. therefore, is. to buy Fort Sumte...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. VARY IS 1981 UnIh Appeal. The Louisville Journal of yesterday contains as ippeal to Col. H. S. Laxk to act aa a patriot tad a statesman and to use the influence of his position to aid in adjusting the political difficulties of the country. We publish the article in this morning's paper to show the spirit which animates the conservative men of Kentucky. The eSort however, we fear will prove without avail. Col. Las a received the votes of a large number of conservative Republicans and Americans as the opposition candidate for Governor, for the reason that he was represented as entertaining conservative views upon the political Imms ot the day. His friends claimed him as a "Hasar Cut whig" and the old admirers of that eminent statesman for that reason gave To that influence he was in i as Governor and for his pres . position. But what evidence has the ex - Gov - and Senator elect presented that he intends or even desire to reflect the conservative sentiment of his poli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 February 1861

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL mi rax. musmi) irui wr. dm est at at tub SEVriXEL BVUMNOt, . 14 H. 18 and .', EAST WASHINGTON STREET. BlXUHin 0OtHTY, Proprietor. TEEMS 0 WIBKLY SI5TTSEU Ooe copy one year 1 00 Ten copies to om ndiln . and one to the maker of the club 00 Twenty copies to one address, and two to the maker of the ciut 20 00 Thirty copies to one addraos, and one copy of the Tout and one of the DaH.t, to the naker of the dub w 00 Fifty copies to one address, aad two copies f the WniiT awl two of the Datlt SO 00 Additions can be made to Clubs at any time at the above tatas. Where the paper U addressed to each subscriber separately, the. extra copies will not be sent. The noatace on the Wkiy Stole Sent i id, and mailed far on year, is as follows: Within the County Free .It!, 13 cents. SS cents. Within the United States. Will be sent by until or express to subscribers at any point tar H i ons a month, or srx dollars, a year. All tnbacriptkoh invariably in advance. Address B:'iFiAM A D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 February 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL. At BUSIES 1 A V FEBBl AIIY .(, IMll A Candidate for Re-Election. Mr. Likoolx is very shrewdly putting forth his .me as the Republican candidate for 1Q64. At - eobenville he remarked : "If I adopt a wrong I 'liey, she opportunity to condemn it would occur hi foot years. Then I can be turned out, and a tter man . with better views, be out in nv place Ltwooui says be intends to follow in the footsteps : of Wamisotos, Madmox and Jirrrnsox. and asm of them serv ed two terms. "Honest Old 1 Aw" is evidently looking ahead. Holding Mia Tongue. The President elect, in his peri grin ?itions rough the country, is attempting the task of unifying the slang phrases of the day A" ! ttobursh he remarked in his address tint thid tdoptel the plan of holding his ton-tie for mod; part, during the last canvass air. ince s election, he had, perhaps, better now hold his ngue." Is not that an e'.egant expression for e man who is to occupy the place that was .Tured by Washixutos, Jirransox a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 February 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL VFDEÜDAV FKBBI RIY 0, Hfll Foe the lX.ljr State Sentinel. .TIetettroloficaU Olsaervatioua. rr a. um. of thermometer (I ove rero) for the week end- SaturiUy, Fetruary lth, 1S61. 7 A X. IP. M. 9 P. X. Daily At. Feb ay. 11.. Tuesday, 12. - Wednesday, 13 SitunUv, 16,. 10... 43 S 56 52.3 M .M 4.4 49 35 47 3 4 33 53 44 43 U 50 38 44 32 2H SU-7 23 32 7 2 CALL FOR A CONVENTION ON THE Sd OF FJBBBUABT1 The following call U being signed in every portion of the State, and from all quarters being sent to ui. Tie day for the convention 19 approaching, ami we lo not wait the receipt of all the calls before publication. The exigencies of the times rentier it BnaarjM nary for us to add anrtlrngto attract the attention of the people to the cull and to tb: action which it suggests. To thi- Praplr of Iho stale of Indiana: The undersigned citizens of said State believe the Union to be in danger, and that if anything can be d ne to avert the dretdful calamity, it must be done quickly. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 February 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL WIMBIDAY FEBRl'AIIV V, 1901 Mr 0Wem. A4dre. Tha addreM of Hon. Roiut Dal Owe upon j the prwtot crisis in our National aflairs. delivered ia the hall of the Howe of Representatives, last evening, was an able, patriotic and eloquent production. The fame of the speaker atu-acted a large and appreciative audience. We publish this morning a full report of the speech, the length of j which prevents the publication of several articles j prepared fqr this dav 's issue, and which we will girt to-mcrrow. fir. Lincoln Visit te Indianapolis According to programme, the President elect arriTed ia the city on Tuesday, the 12th, at about 5 o'clock, on his route towards Washington City, and he was publicly welcomed by the Legislature and citizens of the State and city. The demonstration was not imposing, but quite respectable in numbers. He was receiTed by Governor Moawem in a set speech , to which he returned a brief r -ponse. After having been paraded through several street, he was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 February 1861

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL rmiXTBB AND ITBLISSWD mil WIPJICAI AT TH MUVTIIVBIi BlILDlCJS, o. 14 10 18 n O, EAST WASHINGTON STREET, BOOllvn m not (;HTY, Proprietor. TERMS OF WEKKLY SEJfTIXKL. Om copy on year 1 00 Tan copies to one add rase, and one to the maker of the club M oo Twenty copies to one address, and two to the maier ofthe c'ub 30 00 Terty copies to one address, and one copy of the Wtcsj.1 and one of the Dailt, to the maker of the club 30 00 i . , . . .aa ,wa .nies of the vuir p'yin bv ' ' 1 i 50 oo ! Weesf.t and two of the Da.ii.iA iditton; can be mad- to Oabs at any time at the above rates. Where the paper i addressed to each subscriber separately, the extra copies will nut be sent. The postage on the Wtkly & lU -SeitfiW, and mailed for one year, is as fotlowr Within the County Free. Within the State 13 cent?. lV.tl.in the United States IScenta. 'J'HF T A TT.-v SE2STTHM JzlL. Will be sent by mail or express to subscribers at any point far fifty cents a month, or i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 February 1861

WEEKLY SENTINEL. wuwmr! rmtt AKT 7, imt The faion Convention. Tbe af ths OtfisOnS of Indiana, r edn the birth-day of the Father i country, to take into consideration tbe I exmenciai 01 our puDiic anairs. was irgwly attended. Every county in tbe State was ' I, and ij its best and wisest men. It ry a Union meeting. We never a convention more imposing in charac- . . . & ae more esness. to sec are me oojecx ior it convened, or at which a greater unanim ity of sentiment prevailed. The unanimous voice jf the convention wae for the maintamance of the v'oion, by any honorable and permanent adjustment of the antagonism existing between the Xorth and the South, without regard to the party au'orma which have heretofore divided the country. It was no less emphatic in its expression against coercion, or, in other words, civil i.r and internecine strife. The convention was "or concession, conciliation, compromise for the reservation of the Union upon the principles hieb the Government...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 February 1861

WEEK I.Y SENTINEL FEBRIH.4V .'7, ISl 9m the Duly SUM Sentinel. .If cteorolopr I cal Obeerrationt. ir i umw. of thermometer (store aero) for the week ead la Saturday, February 93d, MM. TAH. 3 P. M P. M. Daily At Sunday. Peh. 17 2 Mondav. M SO Tuesdav. 1. 31 Wednesday. 20 33 Thursday, II 33 Ma, a 3ö Saturday. 33 S3 37 33 33.3 33 39 37 47 3 3 40 33 34. 4 33 31 S 1 M SO 3 41 -0 43 Boo5E Cocsty Bane Fr a vv Thursday, Joseph T. Sweet, one of the party engaged in brought the Boone County Bank swindle, from New York by one of the police detectives of that city, on a requisition from the Governor of this State, and was lodged in the county jail to wait an examination. Without pre -judging the complicity of any of the accused parties in this swindle, we will Ute that an extended and well devised gigantic fr tud was nipped in the bud by the rigila -ce of the late Auditor of State, and by his prompt exposure of the scheme the loss of thousands of dollars to the people of Indiana and throughout ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 February 1861

vTclairajjIjic. The Prel4etiaU Party. Cnca, N. T., Monday, February IS. i train bearing the President elect and par y left Buffalo at 5:45 this morning. He was es corted to the depot by D Company of the Seventy -fourth RegUMOt, which company also acted as escort on hi reception. Notwithstanding the early hour, several hundred were present to bid Mr. Lincoln farewell. The train consisted of baggage and two passenger at, umler command of John L-onune. ot Bui fak. Mr. Lincoln, family and suite occupied the of thought is tolerated, attach thein-ves to po- - lee ping car the rear car of the train. litical parties. It is but ordinary charity to at - A moii a the distinguished guests on the train, tribute this to the fact that in so attaching hinibeades those previously reported as accompanying self to the party which his judgment prefers, the .Mr. Lincoln, are Coleman F. Dorsheimer and B. ! citizen believes that he thereby promotes the (est D. Dorsheimer, of" Buffalo, Hon. . W. Leavenwort...

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

! a. i WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL nun k t m -i, nATUIII Um Mi SO trill WKD'CDAT at m I:. if and 20, EAST WASHINGTON STREET, Bl-Mt.ii in & dok;hTV, Proprietor. TERMS OF WEKKLT SENTINEL. Oos copy our year ... 9 1 SO Ten copies to one atWrcie. and one to the maker of the cub 10 00 Twenty copies to one atinress, azxi two to the maker oftbactub 20 00 Thirty copies to one address, and one copy of the Weekly and one of the IIailt, to the maker of the ciwb 30 00 Fifty copies to one address, arrt two copies of the WaaLT and two of the Dau.t 50 U0 Additions can be made to Ciabs at any time at the above rates. Where the paper i addressed to each subscriber separately, the extra copies wilt not be sent. r .m. wz. The postage on the Weekly Stats Sentinel, and mailed for one year, is as follows: Within the County Free. Within the State 1.1 cents. Within the railed Stares 25 cents. JL'-btL-k; STTtSTTTIsl .fcUL, Will be sent by nail or express to subscribers at any point for fifty cents a mo...

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

WEEKLY SEN I IN EL TIARCH :, 1461 The Peac Conlf rrnrr. Ex-President Tt lex denounces the result of the Conference a x worthier affair in a speech at Richmond, and gave it xs his opinion that the South has nothing to hope from the Republicans. Mr. Siddm, member of the Conference, in his denunciations of the pronounced them an in seit an off reports the Virginia. to the South. The telegraph feeling to be increasing in "Tne Benevnlent Institution." The Journal, in xn article upon the benevolent , vesterdav, grossly misrepresents the It says "not x single Whig was allowed a place on any ot tbe boards. Mr. rrxa, x ö mg. was elected a Trustee of the Insane Asylum, in ; nidtft or el,c wc niut conclude that the l?5-2-3, a position which he has held for eleven j presi dent himself had not definitely determined years. Then it states that "the Blind Asylum ! upon hifl own Certainly the message has Baaed immediately turned out Mr CutacHsi an, j n Jncksoniaii ring which was promised, and !;r no...

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

VEEKLi SENTINEL pmmuv nAitriio, tot For th Daily Sum Sentinel. teorolffical Okrvalions. by utnv. Rang orhemc-metr (abov tero) for the wek endNi Saturday jUrch M, M 7 A. M. 2 P. M. 9 P. M Daily Ae 23 Sunder, Feb. i . . Monday, 25,. . Tuesday, 26, Thur-dsvis,...'. . Fridav, March 1... SaturdaT. X, äo 54 30 24 26 4 40 39.7 M 42 9 63 50 53 C9 M VT 74 5 5 5 71 3 Wl hVuM fedslaittrt The month of F-bmav , (y,, unusuallr wild, the arera-ce daily temneratu, Df fourteen hour?, from seven I esse la th murnmg to jne j the t vrnin. being i 34-100 degrees, ami dtrriasrhe utehts of ten hoars, from ! nine o clock in tlu evening t ,ve in the rm.niii.it;. :t!.3 v s. . fr the m. nth of There has been an of fifteen cloudy day. ai-d thirteen (.ur. with -mat about 1 42-loO iin.be, iucludiug ,out 45-100 of qu unity of rain, being .ten Shooti.u Affaib is a Baoxh Two Wumx Shot, and Qm With a Broken kad Friday night a bloody affr.iv oocurr aj a hotue of ill-fame, in the Dorth-weUern pai- of the cite. Legisla...

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

WEEKLY SEXTINEL DVKSDU nAKC M . 1S61 A RnoLiTK Fair On. An exciting sreneoc rurred a few Jays ago in the parlor of one ot our flrst class hotels. A couple had arrive! the evening before in one of the night trains, and had retired without registering their names. The gentleman was a middle aed, dashing looking mn the lady yovng, rery pretty but awarwutly unsophisticated. They did not come down to bre-ik-fast, but entered the parlor about ten o'clock, from whence voice in angry altercation were soon heard. The landlord and several guests of the house went in and (bund the lady making dejperate effort to stab her companion with a small knife and declaring that if he did not fulfil hi en - cement and marry her that one or both of them must die. She evidently was determined that he should die first. The man was holding her hands and pleading with her to appease hr excited feelings. She told the old story that she had been induced to leave home under promise of marriage, and sue was deter...

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

WEEKLY nurrntD m rt-iLisx Bftnraii o. IX, STATE SENTINEL D H UT WIDStSPAT AT TBE HI II, IM V 16, is and 20, EAST WASHINGTON STREET. BnCH.in & DOI GHTY Proprietors. TERMS Or WEKKLT SENTINEL. OMctpjroMTMt 1 00 Tan copies to om address, an.l one to th maker of the crab 10 00 Twenty copies to ooe address, and two to the maker of the club 10 00 Thirty copies to one add re s, and one copy of the Wikelt a-wl one of the Daii.t, to the maker of the club 3 00 Fifty copiea to one address, and two copies of the Weekly and two of the Dailt 50 00 Additions can be made to Cubs at any time at the above tea. Where the paper is addressed to each subscriber separately, the extra copies will not be sent. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. on the Weekly SlaU äentin, and mailed ooe year. Is aa follows: Within the County Witbin the State W.th.nthe ünited States. Free. 13 cents. 25 cents. THE JXA.Hj"3Z MM '.L'-LJSJ KT Will be tent by mail or express to subscribers at any point far fifty cents a month, or ...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL to EutNu vv HAKtll I t, t-i ; The Legislature. The regular session of the General Assembly virtually cloned on Saturday night, as no laws co ild be enacted at a later period, under the reatr ctionr or limitations of the Constituion. The re envjf and appropriation bilk, both general and sp. cific, were passed, but beyond this but little was accomplished of general interest. An era be zlement law was enacted, intended to compel j R. publican office holders to be honest, but we ! do lbt whether the result will show any more inif, rity upon the part of the present incumbents j th n their predecessors, and we think our Republi j ca i friceais will find hol large enough in th. act to hire an ox wagon through them, j A de from those we hTe named, but few laws j of general interest have been passe In fact, j th. present Legislature has been more barren hi . go k1 works than any previous one since the State ws4 organised. In a few days we shall give a suamary of the acts of t...

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

WKKKLY SENTINEL f EDXESDAY 1AHCH 13, I SCI For the Duty State Sentinel, qrtrorololcal Obtervationi. t a. mw. Range of thermometer (above lero) for the week endig Saturday, March 9th, 1861. A. M. a P. M. 9 P. M. Daily Av ': MJ 31 3 M 33 19 XS 34 34.7 30 4S 37 43.8 18 44 39 38.9 46 43 35 43 7 31 31 37 31.5 33 33 Sunday, March 3.. Monday, 4, 5. Wednesday, Thursday, 7, Friday, 8, Saturday, t, Sunday, 1, Ax Excitkd HorsKKxrm. A middle agep gentleman who is engaged in the grocery business in one of the best localities in the city for supply ing tamuiea with the nianiioiu com ions xepi in fiunily grocery stores, on Saturday passed thnuigli a scene of tribulation that must have tried his j . i tern, -er to the breaking point. He was a widower, having buried two wives, who had each left him one or more pledges of affection. He was de oted to his little family, and had provided for them one of thoe tasty little cottages that so beautify and adorn our city. Here surrounded, with every comfort,...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY HABCH 13, 1801 5lew lMki A.3BJDGEMETT Of THE DEBATES 0? CO 50 RE SS. Vols. U and 1. from 1(U3 to 1X50. By Tho. H. Brstov IX Arruri A Co.. publishers. New York. For aale by bVwea, Stewart A Co , Indianapolis. We have frequently referred to the Abridge merit aa an important and valuable add ition to the political literature of the country. The present volume contain the debates upon many topics of ereat interest. The tariff, the annexation of Texas, the Mexican war, the admission of Califor n a, and the compromise resolutions of Mr. Clay are among the number. The debates upon these questions can now be read with profit, as many of the subjects then discussed have an important bearing upon the compromises of the present day. The Abridgement should be in every public and prh ate library, as it contains valuable information upon the current political history of the country not otherwise accessible. We trust the enterprise of the publishers may be suitably remun...

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