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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 April 1862

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL VOL. XXI, NO. 46. INDIANAPOLIS, INI)., MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1862. WHOLE NO. 1,187. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. PKt.HTKD AMD muaiD KVXBY KVPAT At TVS KW SEÜTIXEL OFFICE. HO. 1 SOUTH MKRIDIAX STEHET, OPPUSITi; I i J POSIÜH II K. ELDER, IIAKk.NKss & BINGHAM TKK.MS OF WBKKLT SKXTINEL. ln copy ow yrar 9 1 Tfti copies to one address, and one to the maker of the club 10 M Twenty copies to one address, and two to the. maker of the club 10 00 Thirty eoptoa to one address, and one copy of the Wbkklt and ob of the Daily, to tbe Baker of the club 30 00 fifty copies to one address, and two copies of the Weult and two uf the Daily SO 00 Addition can be made to Clubs at any time at tbe above stes. Where the paper U addressed to each subscriber separately, the extra copies will nut be sent. The postage on the Weekly Statt Sent inst, and mailed for one year, is as follows: Within the County Free. Within the State 13 cents. Within the United States 25 cents. A I a &a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 April 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL. HOS DA Tf . APKII. 7 The iBion it tau at fee preterrcd. Jacton. Democratic Union State Ticket FOR SECEETAET OF ST ATX, JAMES 8. ATHON. Of Marion County. TOm. AUDITOR OF STATE, JOSEPH RI3TINE, Of Fountain County. FOE TBEASUEEE OW STATE, MATTHEW L BRETT, Of Daviess County. FOE ATTORN KT OEHEEAL, OSCAR B. HORD. Of Decatur County. FOE StTKEIXTEMDKMT OF TOBLIO 1 SSTEUCTIOS , MILTON B. HOPKINS, Ol Clinton CuuntT. Ueuersl .Hcclellan. The Philadelphia Pre ot Tuesday says: "Gen. McClkllax was in Washington last night. and at e late hoar was closeted with the Presid- nt. Re porta hare it that the latter was rather abrupt in his trettrnent of the application, for the deposition of Gen McClkllae. The Expected Rattle. A telegraph from Cairo twites that General Gr a XT is nearly prepared for the grand battle that is eipectrd. By the same channel of information we learn that General Biell is on the line of the Nashville and Decatur Railroad, making very slow progress. Large bodies...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 April 1862

I IUI W P P 1 I V CP VT1 v n T it Li Hi i l 1 r,. 1 i. r,L. JD V. APKIL 7 T I. DAILY SENTINEL ON EARLY TRAINS. Till DAILY STATS SENTINEL to sent by all the early m or ling express and freight trains, and delivered to subv r.Vn In adjacent town about the am time it is dUtribitedln tab city. This enables readers at a distance rrnai the Capital of Indiana, to get the news of the day fron alz to twelve hoars before they can receive It through paper published elsewhere. Sews dealers and carriers in aay of the towns on railroads centering at Indianapolis, will be supplied with the 9KNT1NEL on a good terms aa any other paper. Clubs for tba Daily will be supplied at Agents' rate. Ordere are solicited. dAw SPEECHES OF Hendricks and Yoorhee. The of Hon. Thums A. Hendricks, before the : Convention on the Eighth of January. 13?, and the speech of Hon. Daniel W. Yoorhees, In the Hou-e f llepresentatrves, February 20, on the duty of the Federal Government in its relations to the civil war and the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 April 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL. BOMBAY. ..WWII. ? Wheat will tke t'r (te! The Louisville Democrat thus answer the in qafry: "The people of the free States are, of course, eager tu know when the rebellion will aubside. Let them observe the thermometer at borne As Abolitionism subsides so will rebellion." liovoroor Wrljrht ' Speecl . The telegraphic report of the speech of Governor Wrh.ht in the Senate on Monday upon tbe bill for the emancipation of slaves in the District of Columbia, is a good specimen of circumlocution of beating all around the bush . The verba tim official report may give it a different char acter. Interference Willi slavery Republican Pledges. On tbe 11th of February, 1861, the United States House of Representatives, by a nearly unanimous vote, passed tbe foliowing resolutions : Remitted, That neither the Federal Government nor the people or Governments of tbe nonslafeholding States have a purpose or a constitutional right to legislate upou or interfere with slavery in any of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1862

EL. VOL. XXI, NO. 47. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, APRIL 14, 1862. WHOLE NO. 1,188. THE INDIANA STATE SENT IN WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. PUXTBD AXD niLUKD ETCRT MANDAT AT IKK EW 8E.m'ELOFFICE, SO. 1 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREBT, OPPOSITE THE PÜSTOHK I . ELDER, UAKKNGSS k BINGHAM TKRMS OF WEEKLT SKTTOEL. One copy one year 1 W Ten copies to one addreaa, ami one to the maker of the elub 10 00 Twenty copies to one address, od two to the maker of the club 20 00 Thirty copies to one addre, ami one copy of the Weekly and one of the Daily, to the maker of taa club 30 00 fifty copies to one address, and two copies of the Weekly and two of the Daily 50 00 Addition can be made to Clubs at anytime at the above te. Hhtre the paper is addressed to each subscriber separately, the extra copies will not be sent. The postage on the Weekly Satt ÜeHtuuU, and mailed for one year. Is as follows Within the County Free. Within the Slate 1 cents. Within the United Slates 25 cents. ! square, one insertion f0 75 1 00 2 0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL H I Fill I 14 Ttoe I nion It must b preserved. Democratic Union State Ticket. FOR SECRETARY Or STATE, JAMES S ATH05, Of Marion County. worn, auditor or state, JOSEPH RISTINE, Of Fountain County. FOR TREASURER Or STATE, MATTHEW L BRETT, Of Daviess CouDtj. FOR ATTORNET GENERAL, OSCAR B. HORD. Of Decatur County. rOR SUPERINTENDENT Or PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, Stevens battery referred to in the telegraph as having Sred upon the Merrimac, is not the floating hirbor battery building at New York, but a small one which he presented to the Government. War Newa. Our columns this morning are filled with inter eating and exciting intelligence as to the progress of the war. We are evidently on the eve of great events the result of which will go far to determine the future of the rebellion. The State Ticket. Rev. Milton B. Hopkins has declined the nomination for Superintendent of Public Instruction by the th of January Convention. At the request of some of the friends of Mr. H. who were...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL. .TM DAY APHIL 14 'Col. Cruft, of the 31st Indiana, actintr Brig idler General, rccetral wounds at Pittsburg, one in tb shoulder and one in the hip, neither oi them serious. The officers under Col. Cruft, arriving oa the Commodore Perry, with whom the editor of the E vans villa Journal has conversed, all speak of him in the most glowing terms and bear the most ample testimony to his coolness, bravery ami soldier like qualities. ns of Major Arn, who fell at the of Pittsburg, reached Lvansrille on the , pr r. ;k. I to Montezuma. Capt. Harvey, of the 31st, (Major Arn 's regiment.) also fell in this battle. Of these two heroes who hare sealed their devotion to their country with their life's blood, the Eraasvilie Journal says: "With Major Arn we were intimately acquainted, and a more gallant and noble hearted young nan and officer we never knew. Capt. Harvey was also highly esteemed. " I Nii a RservKXTS at Pirrsumo. A corre p pond en t ot the Cincinnati Gazette, writing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1862

WEEKLY SEJjTDJEL DAY. AFHIL U No Party Ism. Tbe Republican paper say that an effort is nakiog to build op the National Intelligencer. long the old Whig organ at the National Capital. Accompanying tbe announcement it tbe significant statement that "it is to be Republican in politics." This is an additional illustaation of Republican no party ism. A Prediction. Thf Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial predicts that "before the first day of January, 1863, the President will declare general emancipation of tbe slave of rebels a military necessity." He says that there is not a thoroughly loyal man in Washington who be lieres it possible to subdue the rebels without the adoption of that measure. By such means the attempt is being made to abolitionize the North If we remain one Government the prosperity of lhe Soath is necessary to the progress and prosperity of the North. Could the sudden emancipation of three or four millions of slaves have any other effect than to impov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 April 1862

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. VOL. XXI, NO. 48. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, APRIL 21, 1862. WHOLE NO. 1,189. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. PWSTSP AXD rUILOHEP EVERY MOXDAY AT TBI E W N1HI i: I. OFFICE, 50. 1 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, OPPOSITE THK POSTOrFICE. ELDER, HARKNESS & BINGHAM TK HMS OF WEEKLY SESTXXBL. One copy one year $ 1 00 Tn copies to one ilJre., and one to the maker of the clb 10 00 Twenty cnpteit to one address, ami two to the maker of the club 30 00 rhirty copies to one address, and one copy of the w eekly and one of the Daily, to the maker ef the club 30 00 fifty copies to one address, and two copies of the Wkeki.y and two of the Daily 50 00 I as can be mad- to Clubs at anv time at the above Where the par-ri addressed to sack subscriber parately, tfce eatra copies will not be sent. The postage on the Weekly Shits Sentinel, and mailed for one year. Is as follows: Within the County Free. Within the State 13 cent. Within the United Sutea zscenu. One square, one inserti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 April 1862

D WEEKLY SENTINEL .I D.W. VI 11 II. 21 Tmm llion It must be preset-red. Jatkson. Democratic Union State Ticket roa ucsiTAKT or stats, JAMES S. ATHON, Of Marion County. FOE AIDITOR OP STATS, JOSEPH RISTLNE, Of Fountain County. POE TEEASLEEE OP STATE, MATTHEW L. BRETT, Of Daviess County. POE ATTORN ET OKXEEAL, OSCAR B. HORD, Of Decatur County, roa Bi-rKai.NTE'Dk.-T or public instruction, The Criala. It is useless to speculate upon the probable results of the controversy in which the armies of the Union are engaged, when in a few days events will doubtless transpire that will probably deter mine the ability of the rebe s to continue the struggle with its present gigantic proportions. The crisis of the contest is evidently at hand. The army of the Mississippi under General Pofk, with Commodore Foote's gunboat fleet, are be: ore Fort Pillow, a stronger fortification than Island Ten, and which will be defended more rigorously, with ample preparations for its reduc lion. This position is r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 April 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL 'IOMM APH1L 2 I THE DAILY STATE SENTINEL is tent by all the early morning express and freight trains, and delivered to subscribers In adjacent towns about the same time It is distributed in tUstit. This enables reader, at a distance from tbe Capital of Indiana, to get the news of the day from six to twelve hoars before they can receive it through papers published elsewhere. Sews dealers and carriers in any of the towns on railroads centering at Indianapolis, will be supplied with th 8KNTTNEL on as good terms aa any other paper. Clubs for tbe Daily win be supplied at Agents rates. Orders are solicited. dAw SPEECHES OF Hendricks and Voorhees. The speech of Bon. Thomas A. Hendricks, before the Democratic Convention on tbe Eighth of January, 1803, and tbe speech of Hon. Daniel W. Toorbees, in the House of Representatives, February 20, on tbe duty of the Federal Government in its relations to tbe civil war and tbe for which It should be prosecuted, are for sale at ice, pu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 April 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL. 'HMI APKII.il I iu r-i of Freca i." So sings the New York Tribume. It regards the legislation of Congress of little or no value, unlets the negro is both the subject and the beneficiary. While ht radical Republicans are thus intoxicated over the abstract idea of freedom to the negro, and gloating over it at an enormous cost to the public treasury, there is great danger that in the operation, the governed white citizen, nominally free, may really become a mere vassal to the Government through the burdens of taxation. This is the abolition idea of "the march of freedom." Power of Congress ever Slavery. We publish this morning an extract from the Rev. Dr. Francis Watland's treatise on "Human Responsibilities," published in 1838, which presents a very fair statement of the rights of the States under the Federal Constitution. Dr. Waylamd is a Baptist clergyman. President of Brown University, Rhode Island, and one of the most eminent logicians of the country. His views of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1862

INDIANA STATE VOL. XXI, NO. 49. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1862. WHOLE NO. 1,15M. THE SENTINEL. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. riTKD jksn rt rlisheh bvkby Monday atthk AKW ET1.EL OFFICE, SO. J SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, OPPOSITE THE POSTOII'K'F. ELDER, HARRNESS & BINGHAM TERMS OK WKKKLY 8KNTXNEL. ( ti- copy one yt-ar $100 Trn copies to on aiidm, and one to the maker of the club 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 WsruLr and one of the Daily, to the maker of the club 30 00 ?ifty copies to one andres, and two copies of the Wkbkly and two ef the Daily SO 00 Additions c. in be mad- to Club at any time at the above ate. Where the paper is addressed to each subscriber j separately, the extra copies will not be sent. The postage on the Weekly St tile Setttin, and mailed for one year, is as toUowic Within the County Free. Within the State 13 cents. Within the UniteH States 25cent.. One square...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1862

WEEKLY SENTim. IODAY I'll 1 1. 28 The I nian I lauit he preserved. Jackaon. Democratic Union State Ticket. rO SECRET ART Or STATE, JAMES S. ATHON, Of Marion County. FOR AUDITOR Or STATT, JOSEPH RI3TINE, Of Fountain Oounty. rOR TREASURER Or STATE, MATTHEW L. BRETT, Of Daviess County. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, OSCAR R HORD, Of Decatur Cointy. rO SL'FIEai NTRNDKNY Or Pl'BLIC INSTai'CTlOW, SAMUEL L. RÜGG, Of Allen CountT. Important )lew. The news by telegraph this morning will oe found important and interesting. Through Southern papers the intelligence comes of the probable capture of New Orleans. If this news proves true, it will be another fatal blow at the life of the rebellion It is also stated that BeavRE6A&D has withdrawn a large portion of his army from Corit.th for the protection of Memphis. The telegraph says little in reference to the operations at Yorktown. but through private sources we are advised that heavy fighting has been going on there for some days, and the ut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1862

7 WEEKLY SENTINEL HUMU. APHIL M THE Ii l LV STATK SENTINEL is sent by 11 the early morning express and freight trains aod delivered to sibaeribers in adjacent towns about the time it 1 distributed in this city. This enables readers at a distance from the Capital of Indiana, to get the news of the day from six to twelve hoars before they can receive it through papers published elsewhere. News dealers and carriers in ny of the towns en railroads centering at Indianapolis, wilt he supplied with the SKNT1NKI. on as good terms as any other paper. Clubs for the Daily will be supplied at Agents' rates. Orders are solicited. dAw SPEECHES OF Henri rick and Voorhm. The speech of Hon. Thomas A. Hendricks, before tha Democratic Convention on the Eighth of January, 18S3, and the speech of Hon. Daniel W. Voorbees, in the House of Representatives, February 20, on the duty of the Federal Government in its relations to the civil war and the objects for which it should be prosecuted, are for sale at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1862

W KKKLY SENTINEL. .-fOSDAY APKIL A Common Duty. A cotemporary remarks: "Tins is a time when all good men should give their personal attention to politics; not the politics that merely looks to the bagging of vote.', but that belter politico which aims at things that beuetit the country, and rises to the plane of statesmanship. Tlie Pretideat mnd Congress on Slavery. Wendell Phillips, in a speech in Boston last week, thus referred to the sympathies of the President on the slavery question: The President said to a leading Republican of New York, "Why don't yeu hold conventions often, and let me feel the mind of the nation? You ciui not create as much anti-slavery feeling ai we shall need before we get through this war." In the Piesidentiul canvass of lf60 the Republican party, with Mr. Lincoln as its leader, solemnly assured the country that it bad no design to interfere with slavery where it existed. Last July the House adopted the Cbittenkex resolution which expressly declared that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1862

SENTINEL. n I UI. INDIANA STATE VOL. XXI, NO. 50. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, MAY 5, 1862. WHOLE NO. l,19i. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. PUITtDlID f ZLISIHCP CVr.BT DUSDAl AT THK WCW E.TI.EL OFFICE, ?r 2 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, UrpUMTK THK PONTOI FICT-. UDER, Il.RRNESS k BIN(.HI TERMS OF WEEKLY SKXTLXEL. On copy one year $ 1 00 T-n copies to one sddrriss, and one to the maker of the crab .'. 10 00 Twenty copies to one address, and two to the maker of tbe club 50 00 Thirty eopien to one addres, and one copy of the Wbrkly and one of the Daily, to the maker f the club 30 00 , fifty copies to one address, and two copies of the Wekki t and two of the Dajii 50 00 A dd ition can be made to Clubs at any time at the above ' ilea, where the paper is addressed to ach subscriber 'paratcly, the extra copies will not be sent. JK. The potaar on the Wneiiy titttte MntOi', and mailed f r one year, is as follows: Withm ihe County Free. Within the State 13 cents. Within the United States - 26cenU. Itae le in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL. 51 DAT . .TIA. If 3 The rnltn it mut e preserved. Democratic Union State Ticket. I-OK SSCSKTASV Or STATE, JAMES 8. ATHON, Of Marion County, rest Ai'viTOft or state, JOSEPH RISTI5E, OfPounUin County. rOK TRKASL RKR Of TÄTE, MATTHEW L BRETT, Of Daviess County. rOK ATTORMT OEXEKAL, OSCAR B HORD. Ot Decatur County. SCrKBIXTESDE.YT Or VI BLIc I8TUCTIO!, SAMUEL L, RÜGO, Of Allen County. .e Yrktwa ETacnate. McClellan and his gallaut army h;iv achieved a great triumph in forcing the enemy to evacuate their strong fortifications at Yorktown, which are in possession of our forces. The rebels have fallen back upon Chickacoming Creek, where h is expected they will make a stand. Thus another successful advance has feen made "od to Richmond," which must ere long be another trophy to our victorious arms. The fall of Richmond and the defeat of Beai rlgarp, events which now seem near at hand, must completely demoralize and disperse the rebel armies. General Scott said a few days ago...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1862

1". -i WEEK LI SENTINEL. MAY a THE DAILY STATE SENTINEL it tent by all the early Mora Inf uprma and ft eight trains, and delivered to subscribers in adjacent towu about the same time H is distributed ia thUcity. Thu enable readers at a distance froaa the Capital of In-nana, to get the newa of the day from' ii to twelve hou r before they can receive it tbn ugh paper pwblnbed elsewhere. News dealer and carrier in any of the town n railroad center in; at Indianapolis, will be applied with t je SENTINEL on aa (rood term aa any other paper. Clot for the Daily will be applied at A genu' rate. Orden are solicited. dAw SPEIXJHES OF Hendricks and Voorhees. The -peech of Hon. Thomas A. Hendricks, before the Democratic Convention on the Eighth of January, 186E, and the speech of Hon. Daniel VY . Voorbee, in tie House ajr Representatives, February 20, on the duty of the Federal Government in it relation to the civil war and the i for which it sl.ould be prosecuted, are for sale at published n a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1862

WEEKLY SENTINEL AO DAY fflAV S Nejjrwei Netter (hm White nw The Philadelphia Press says that negroes are better than white men and more reliable. It aj9 "it is totertsting to watch the disposition of these manumitted slave, and their services aa laborer and ae ntaiatnnTr to oar Generals. The deception practiced by white spies has become so common and so chronic as to render the moat of their information unworthy of trust. In certain cases they have been the authors of inconceiva ble mischief and misery. It is different with the slaves. They hare repeatedly shown how entirely they may be confided in." Drunken Office re." This is the term applied to officers of the army, when, perchance, they lose a battle, or get worsted before the enemy's entrenchment. The other day at Warwick, near Yorktown, on the repulse of the gallant Vermont regiment by the rebel forces, the telegraph groaned with the tidings that the officer who led the charge, General W. L. Smith, "was drank." It bow turns ou...

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