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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 March 1862

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL VOL. XXI, NO. 41. INDIANAPOLIS, INI)., MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1862. WHOLE NO. 1,182, WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. ralsTI t ASD Ft VLISMKD KVERT HOMItAT AT THE B W i B N TIA EI OFFICE, XO. S SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, HVM1TE TtlE HüülOHIt'l.. ELDER, BARKSENS BINi.HAM, t :rms ok weekly sentinel. On copy on year $ 1 00 Ten copies t one address, and ne to the maker of thecljb 10 00 Twenty copies to one address, and two to the maker of the club 20 00 Thirty copies to one address, and one copy of the Wkkilt and one of the Dailt, to the maker of the club 30 00 I iHtj copie to one addre, and two copies of the Weekly and two of the Dailt 50 00 Additions can be made to Clubs at any time at the above ate. Where the paper i addressed to each subscriber eparately, ".he extra copie.- will not be sent. The posts (re on the Weekly &-iU ieainW, and mailed f .r one i . i- a- f"i I' Within the County Free. Within the state 13 cents. Within the U nited States 25 cents. One square...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 March 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL KIM) V .. HAUCH 3 The i sion It auit ae pretcmd Jackton. Democratic Union State Ticket. PO SECRETARY OF STATE, JAMES S. ATHON, Of Marion County. rO AUDITOR Or ST ATX, JOSEPH RIST.INE, Of Fountain County. rOR TttAMRER Or TÄTE, MATTHEW L. BRETT, Of Daviess Countj. FOR ATTORNEY OEXKRAL, OSCAR B. HORD. Of Decatur County. ITOR St FRaiNTINDKNT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, MILTON B. HOPKINS, Ol C. niton Co u hit. Well Put. A cc temporary, in replv to the charge that he had sail nothing against the rebels, remarks:" We have htbitually compared them to Abolitionists, and are at a los to know what harder thing we could say against them." Fmanrlpatlan l aw .. It is stated that the House Judiciary Committee w 11 report against the enactment of any emancipation laws for the disloyal States, upon the ground that the power to interfere with slavery rests with the President as Commander inChief of the armv. Prisoner of War. We call attention to the general order of Gen. Halleck in referen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 March 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL .HIMDAV I AUCH 3 TrfE DAILY SENTINEL ON EARLY TRAINS, THE DAI LT STATE SENTINEL it sent by all the early morning ex jress and freight trains, and delivered to subscribers in nascent towns about the same time it is distributed in this city. This enables readers at a distance the Capital of Indiana, to get the news of the day i six to twelve hours before they can receive it through i pub ished elsewhere. 5;ws dealers and carriers in any of tie town on railroads centering at Indianapolis, wiTI be supplied with the SENTINEL on as good terms as any other J-aper. Clubs for the Daily will be supplied at Agents' ra- es. Orders are solicited. dAw Procf etlinjf of the Mate Convention. The extru edition of the Sentinel, containing the proceedings of the fth of January Con ven lion, beit g exhausted, and to meet the additional orders wo are daily receiving for them, we have conclude! to publish another edition it larger type. Those of ur friends who desire to order them will ple...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 March 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL lOMlAT XAHCH 3 Tfce .'Yew naior. Lat week Governor Mortox appointed ExGo v en or ana Kx-Minister Joseph A. Weight to the vacancy in the Uuited States Senate occamon.xl by the expulsion of Jesse D. Bright from t tat bod j. The lecipient of this faror from a Republican Governor has long been identified with the Democratic party. He has ever been an ardent advocate of iu principles and policy, the triumph of which, over and over again, he has av .we i Irotn every stump in Indiana, was the only hjpe of maintaining the Constitution and preserving the Union. The new Senator has been lenored by the Democracy with its most distinguished favors during his long political career, and the meu who now, for the advancement of partisan schemes, have conferred upon him this mark of their favor, have ever been has Gitterest and vilest traducers. Senator WaioiT has for many years been the rival an 1 antagonist of the man whose place he fills, and perhaps this triumph over his fallen a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 March 1862

EL. VOL. XXI, NO. 42. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, MARCH 10, 18B2. WHOLE NO. U8& THE INDIANA STATE SIM I N WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. iM rTBLlSaBIt CVUT MONDAY XT TUB EW E!TaLEaL OFFICE. 50. 1 SMCTH MERIDIAN STREET, OPfMITK THE POSTOFFIt'K. ELDER, II .RKNESS & BINGHAM, TERM? OF rTEEXLT SEXTUfKL. On copy on yea- $ 1 00 Ten copies to one address, and oue to the maker of the dab 10 00 Twenty copies to ne address, and two to the maker of the club 20 00 Thirty copies to oe address, and one copy of the Wkbklt aassae of tbe Daily, to the maker of the clut 30 00 elfty copiea to one addrea, and two copies of the Wiiut .ir .! two of the Mailt .... 50 00 Additions can t e made to Clubs at any time at the above ates. Where the paper is addressed to each subscribe r paratrly, the e:.tra copiea will not be sent. TT. Kt.n on tixi- a St.tt Hiinl and mailed for one year, is at follows: Within the C-janly Free. Within the State 13 cents. Within the United States .... Zöcents. One s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 March 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL i11AT AK( H 10 The lnin it must preaerred. JacJtmm. Democratic Union State Ticket. rOK SKCKKTABV Or ST ATI, JAMES S. ATHON. Of Marion County, ro acditob or BTAn, JOSEPH RISTINE, Of Fountain County, rot TREASiRta or stati., MATTHEW L BRETT, Of Daviess County. rOK ATTORNEY GENERAL, OSCAR B. HORD, Of Decatur County. si PK!i:TKMKNr or rusuc ixstscctiox, MILTON B. HOPKINS, Of Clinton County. The President on the e;ra Queation. The President has recommended Congress to initiate a policj for the gradual abolishment of slavery, by giving pecuniary aid to any State that may desire to adopt a measure of that character. He also dictates the manner that Congress shall express its views upon the recommendation, pro posing, if the National Legislature coincides with his views of public policy, that it shall promptly adopt a joint resolution to lhat effect, even sugges.ing the language that shall be employed. Um President is evidently impressed with the idei that a necessity exists...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 March 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL m urn 10 THE DAIL SENTINEL ON EARLY TRAINS. THE DAILY STATE SENTINEL is sent by all the early morning eageae mm! freight trains, and delivered to subaeriber in sajacent town, about the tame time it is distributed in tats city. This enables readers at a distance from the Capital of Indiana, to pet the news of the day from six to feelve hrmrs before they can receive it thrr ntrh paper publt) hed elsewhere. Hews dealers and carriers in any of the towns on railroads centering at Indianapolis, will be supplied with theSKN 11NEL on as good terms as any other paper. Clubs for the Daily will be supplied at Agents' -ate L Orders are solicited. dAw SPEECHES OF Hendricks and Voorhees. The speed of Hon. Thomas A. Hendricks, before the Democratic Convention on the Eighth of January, 1-.', and the spee:h of Hon. Daniel W. Voorbees, in the Houe of Representatives, February M, on the duty of the Federal Imm lent in iu relations to the civil war and the objecU for which it ahouM be p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 March 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL. .HOD.IV. ' A K.C tl to Iron one Eitrtae to tkc Oilier. The Journal quotes Messrs. Yascey, Ruht and Maus, the rebel Commissioners to the Eng Ikh Government, to prove that "it was from no fear that the slaves would be liberated that secession took place." It the -aaertioa of these witnesses upon one point is good evidence, and is worthy of acceptance, it establishes their general credibility. We wish to call attention in this connection to the reason that the rebel Commis sioners give for asserting that no fear for the safety of slave property caused the rebellion. They say: "The very party in power has proposed to guarantee slavery forever in the States if the Sooth would remain in the Union." And the Journal quotes this statement of the rebel Commissioners to disprove what it calls the "treasonable falsehood" alleged against the Republican party that they ever intended any assaults upon slavery. In one bound the Journal is attempting to jump from one extreme to the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 March 1862

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. VOL. XXL NO. 43. INDIANAPOLIS. IND., MONDAY, MARCH 17, 1862. WHOLE NO. 1,184. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. rm. jm in rcunm svasr moisit at tu S E W K A X IELOFFICE, SO J 80DTH MERIDU5 STRKKT, UPPUMTE TH K P0NTO fr I I ELDER, HARKNKNS BINGHAM, TÜRMS OF WEKKLT SKSTINEL. year 1 00 Tea copies t one the c! lb , aoa one to the maker of U M Twenty ropl ;s to mm asl.lress, and two to the maker of the club M 00 Thirty cpie to one address, and one copy of the Wum and one of the Daily, to the maker oi th. ciab 30 00 ifty copies to one address, and two copies of tlx Whi it and two of the Djuit 50 00 Addition can be made to Club at any time at th above ate. Where the paper is addreased to each subscriber separately, he extra copies will not be sent. The postage on the H'trttu &U 0ml in., and mailed for one yea.'-, is as follows: Within '.he bounty Free. Witbin the tarte . 13 cent. WHhin the Cnite.1 States löcenU. One square one Insertion $0 75 tw 1 00 " funr " 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 March 1862

WEEKLY Si: NT IN EL. MONDAY vf 'I Iii H 17 Tike I a ion it must fee reemd. -J,ckmm. e s Democratic Union State Ticket. OC SECRETARY OP STaTE, J AM KS S. ATHON, Of Marion County. tor auditor or state, JOSEPH RISTINE, Of Fountain County. FOE TRI AST E EE Of STATE, MATTHEW L. BRETT, Of Daviess County. ro ATTOR5 ET QEXERAL, OSCAR B. HORD. Of Decatur County. sc I.WTESDICIT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, MILTON B. HOPKINS. Of Clinton County. The Emancipation Question. The House of Representatives adopted the President's emancipation resolution by a rote of 88 to 31. The Indiana delegation voted as follows: Yeas Colfax. Dritx. Jcliax, Mitchkll, Poeteb. and White. Nays Cravens, Law. and Vooehees. Absent, Holma.x and Shanes. Garret Daria on slavery. Tbe Republican papers say that Oaexet Davis, the United States Senator from Kentucky, made almost a disunion speech in the Senate on Wednesday, on abolition inthe District of Columbia bill, saying that Kentucky should be a la VewaVe before she'd submit t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 March 1862

VYKEKLY SENTINEL 40DA V it II IT 'race eatings of the State Contention. The ext -a edition of the Semtimel, couUiuiiig iht precw lmtr of the rtth of J an wary Coot - ?o, b!inr. exhausted, aud to meet the additional uniors we arw daily receiving for them, we have CoocllKled to publish a ooltter edition it larger type. TboM of out friends who desire to order them wil pteact- do no promptly. Price i per hundred. So better document can be circulated to di.-m-booa the t uMic mind of the erroneous impressions ths: unscrupulous papers and politicians have attempted to create in regard to the character .t" the Convention and its action upon the mo ltuous issues bow before the country. Ttf DAILY SENTINEL ON EARLY TRAINS. THE DA LY STATE SENTINEL is sent by all the early morning e: press ana freight train, ami delivered to imbrrbers in adjacent town about the same tun- tt is llrribwied la this city. This enable readers at a distance the Ctpital tt Indiana, to get the new of the day i I ti twe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 March 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL non v ahch n The Emancipation Schfv. Tbe Louisville jsswss aasj; says: "The confer vsti ve men and DemocrsU will revolt at tbe idee of paying out of the earnings of white neu the if aoda of millions for the idle, worthless negro, who would not be free if be could, and coulcn't if be would" List of PrUaaeri Confined at Camp Nlorton. 0KCOND KK3ITCCKT COMPANT B. Relieved and Hcintated. It will be aeeti 07 the Providential war order of the 1 1 tli inst., that General McClxllax "having personally taken the field at the head of tbe army of tho Potomac," is relieved from the commttnd of the other military departments. By tbe same order Genend Fremont is restored to active duty and given tbe command of a military department aet of the Department of the Mississippi, and west of the Department of tbe Potomac. This new state of affairs look as though there had been a change of policy. General Fremont wai removed from command for incompetency, and for reckless extravagance. Gen....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 March 1862

THE INDIANA STATE SENTIIN VOL. XXI, NO. 44. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1862. WHOLE NO. 1,185. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. rum am rcsuswab rtebt mokdat at tb EV K.'TI EL OFFICE, XO. 1 SOCTH Mf. tillil VN STREET, OPPUSirE THE POSlUKIU r. ELDER, HAKKNKNS 6l BINGHAM TERMS OF WEEKLT 8EHTISKL. On eopy one yea $ 1 00 Ten copies to Mliakia, an4 om to the maker of the club - 0 00 Twenty copies to one addrrv.and two to the maker ftheclnh 30 00 Thirty copies to nue addre, and one copy of the Wbkjcli nod one of the Uailt, to the maker of the clnb 30 00 fifty eopieR to one address, and two copies of the . Wkeklt and two f the KmM - 50 00 MwMkna can be made tu Club at anytime at the above stes. Where the paper is addressed to each subscriber eparately, the extra copies will not be sent. The poMatre on the Weekly JlitU tmmSmmmfj and mailed for out year, Is as follow. Within the Couaty Free. Within the State 13 cents. Within the United State 25 cents. m evtl m mm AOne square, one inaertiun $0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 March 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL MARCH 2 4 Tne (nion it mast e preferred. Jaekton. Democratic Union State Ticket. FOR skcrktabt or STATE, JAMES 8. A I' HON, Of Marion County. OK AUDITOR OF STATS, JOSEPH RISTINE, Of Fountain Oountj. ros TKKASuaEB, or state, MATTHEW L BRETT, Of Daviess County. rOR ATTORN KT GENERAL, OSCAR B. HORD, Of Decatur County. rOR SCrtRITTS5DKT Ot FCBLTC t!CSTRUCTIO, MILTON B. HOPKINS, Of Clinton County. A Legal Tender. Tbe President has signed the law making the demand treasury notes a legal tender. All treasury notes of that character are henceforth a legal tender. tear nillioat Per uaj. Tba Cincinnati Pres fays Secretary Chase stated, a few days ago, that the disbursements of the Government were now four millions of dollars per day. Some in authority think it over that. The people will find out sooner or later. It is said tbe army ot the Potom ic costs at the rate of two hundred millions per year. A Prominent Cnptlre. Col. T. M. Avert, of North Carolina, formerly a member of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 March 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL. ovoiir i AHCH k Trit OAILY SENTINEL ON EARLY TRAINS. THK DA LT STATS SJtJTTUtEL ti wot by all the early at pre., and freight trains, and delivered W abibers in adjacent town about the same time tt I dtetribxitedra thtscity This enable readers at a distance feasw Um C tpiud of Indiana, to er the news of the day fr-m X " t-;v. I,.,ur MM tta"y can IsjMMwM thr. nth paper pal li, bed elsewhere. Hews dealer and carriera In any oft le town on railroads centering at Indianapolka, win be supplied with the SF.5T15EL on as good term a any other paper. Clubs for the Daily will be supplied at Agent' rasa. Order are solicited. dlw SPEECHES OF Hendricks and Voorhces. The spe h of Bon. Thomas A. Hendricks, before tha Democrat c Coavetuion on the Eighth of January, ls3, and tbe aj-eech of Hon. Daniel W. Voorbeea, in the House f Repreasntatives, February 20, on the duty of the Federal Gotc mutest in iu relations to the civil war and the objects for which it hoU he prosecuted, art for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 March 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL MABCH 34 r- Alpccif Close. The Washington diapetctaea to th New York Hrrald UT thct "Congress is determined to the war to s speedy close." Bully for Will the members take the field under the lead of the chivalrous Scat and the doughty Lotuot who made such a rapid retreat from Bull Run? A Half. The Washington dispatches to the Cincinnati Gazette say: "Wkxdell Philips had an interview with the President on Tuesday, by special invitation." PmiLirs is one ofthat class of New England Abolitionists who believe that the "Constitution is a league with hell and a covenant with the devil." Attorney General. We understand that J. F. Kibbt, Esq., of Wayne county, has been appointed Attorney General tie Hon. J. P. Usheb, who has beeu transferred to the Interior Department. We presume that Mr. K. is a gentleman of distinguished ability and admirably qualified for the office vacated by Mr. Uhe, as he was the late law partner of Gov. Moetojt, the appointor. The Governor Knows his me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1862

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL VOL. XXI, NO. 45. INDIANAPOLIS, IM).. MONDAY, MARCH 31, WHOLE NO. 1,186. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. PB13TU AXI PVCLUKBD CVKBT MONDAY AT TBE E E T I N E I.. OF F I C E . WO. t SOUTH MKRI'XAX STREET, OPP4rrE THE PONTOtTIt'B. ELDER, IIARKNESS k BINMIAfl TK IMS OF WKKKLY SSXTOEL. One cop j one rear $ 1 M Tea evpiea tu me address, and one Ui I be maker rf the clnt 10 00 Twentj copie tc one add res, aud two to tae maker of the club 20 00 Thirty eetes o one address, and one copy of the Wean.'' and one of the Daily, to the maker f tbc .tub 30 0 ifty copies U one address, and two copies of the Wiml and two mt the Daily 50 00 Addition ci n be mad to Club at any time at the above te. Where the paper is addressed to each subscriber eparatel y, th extra copies will not be sent. The nostan on the Wtekiu StaU ücnJOul, and for one year, is as follows: Within the County Free. Within the Nafta 13 cents Within the Ol ited States. ttcents One square, oie insertion. $0 75 two " 1 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL MOXIH V .-H AUCH 31 Tne Im Ion it uitt be pre served. JaeJtnon. Democratic Union State Ticket. rUK SECRETARY Or STATE, JAMES S. ATHON, Of Marion County. rOE AUDITOR Of STATE, JOSEPH RISTINE, Of Fountain County. rOE TREASURER OT STATE. MATTHEW L. BRETT, Of Daviess County. rOE ATTORNEY GENERAL, OSCAR B. HORD. Of Decatur Count?. FOE SUPERINTENDENT Ot PUBLIC lNHTEL'CTIOS, MILTON B. HOPKINS, Of Clinton CountT. Tne Duty of Democrat. The Democracy hare a duty to perform in the present crisis of the country, End the work should not be delayed another hour. That dutj is the preservation of constitutional libertr, the restoration of the Union as it was, and these results can onlj be attained bj again giving ascendency to Democratic principles in the administration of the Government. This is a work in which every man, no matter how humble he may be, can do something, and certainly it is an object worthy the highest efforts und the greatest sacrifices. The object of the party in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL 10DV AUCH 1 TnS DAILY SENTINEL QN EARLY TRAINS, THE DAILY STATS SENTIXE. Ml by all the early m and freight trains, and delivered to sub:u MaW i H ut the same time It i litributedln thiciiy. This enable readers at distance from the Capital of Indiana, to get the news of the day frooi six to twelve hour before they can receive it through paper published elsewhere. Hews dealers and carriers in any of the towns on railroads centering at Indianapolis, will be supplied with the SKSTTXEL on a good terms as any other paper. Club for the Daily rill be supplied at Agent. rate. Orders axe solicited. dAw SPEECHES OF Hendricks and Voorliet. The speech of Hon. Thomas A. Hendricks before th Democratic Convention on the Kijrhth of January, 188V, aad the spaec ml Hon. Daniel W. Voorbeea, In the Hon -e of Representatives, February SO, on the duty of the Federal Government in ft relation to the civil war and the" it should be prosecuted, are for sale at in a pamphlet of sixteen pages, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL. iu.oiv... .VI AUCH 3 onsiitutional CenvaaUon of Illinois This bodv has oompleted ita labors. The proposed new Constitution will be submitted to the people for spproral or rejection, on the 17th ot June next. The Convention also adopted an address to the people of the State, twentv-five thousand of which, with the Constitution, were ordered to be printed for distribution among the soldiers. Commissioners are to be appointed by the President of the Convention to take the rotes of the Illinois volunteers. The Differences Between Parties. A ootemporary says: " The difference between the Republican and Democratic parties on a vital question is that the Republican party is opposed to the rebellion of secession while the Democratic party is opposed to the rebellion of Abolition ism and Secession ism sad to all other isms which aims to subvert or nullify the Constitution. Let this important fact be borne in mind in sll discussions between Democrats and others. The Democrati...

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