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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 January 1863

71 r J LJo VOL. XXII, NO. 36. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., -MONDAY,' JANUARY 26, 1863. WHOLE NO; 1,229. r NJ) ANA STATE SENT TTn WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL PaiXTIB AVD rCIUUU ITIIT MOSDAT AT TIB IEW SErVTIXEI, OFFICE, SO. 1 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, OPPOSITE THE OLD POSTOFFICE. ELDER. IIIRKXESS, & BINGHAM, k-. mm m - v-m. TERMS of weeklt SESTI5EL: One copy one year $ 1 50 Ten copies, and on to the maker of theclub ...... 15 oo Twenty copies, ami two to the maker of the club. . 30 00 AiaitionscnbmaJetoClab.atnytimeAtthebove rates. The names will be printed on each paper, without xtra charge. . ,m.S. reatlMlBaA. One square, one insertion f 0 75 two " 1 00 " four " 3 00 For each subsequent insertion, and for each insertion of each additional square 33 ... . ...... . . Advertisements published in both the Dally and the rrdekiy sxt..i, will be ch.rg.-d the fall Daily rate., with ooe-hair the Weekly rates added. Annoancintr deaths with funeral notice attached, 1; without notice free. SÄSS Ä Ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 January 1863

WEEKLY SEXTlTEL MONDAY, JANUARY 2f. Election of state Printer. We uke ibis occasion to express our heartfelt acknowledgments to our political and person! friends in the Legislature for their unanimous Tote in the election of Stale Printer. It is a rindicaCo" most gratifying, after the trials, editoril anJ personal, we have passed through during the past two years; and they have been indeed ho'-.rs, days, weeks and months of trial. We have done only what we thought was right, with an eve single to the best interests of the country, regardless ot personal considerations. Our bark h is been upon a tempestuous se.t, beset with perils and dangers upon every Me, but with the Constitution as our chart and with the principles and sympathy of the glorious old Democratic party to sustain ua, we have thus far safely outridden every storm. Although light is bi caking, the perils of the naticn are not yet encompassed. There is a gre.it work yet to be done a work which will require' energy, and z...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 January 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL MONDAY. JANUARY '2G. t5fAt 2"o.-37 North rennsvlViOil tuet, Indianapolis. general inteJlipuce business u conducted. Good help for hotel, boarding houses, and orivat families ean at all times be obtained at that office. All persons who can pire good references (men or women), desiring aituationsor employment will find it to their advantage to call there. w tf. 3?"Air tig11 metalic burial case, of the latest impix)vement, kept on hand at Long's, Undertaker, South Meridian street. Also a good twohorse gl heirse for sale. 23-d&w4w. LKlilallTtüumaiarf. Thvbsdat, Jan. 22. 1663 Sinatk. The morning seveion was consumed in debating the expediency of abolishing the Courts of Common 1'leis. On motion to instruct the Judiciary Committee to report a bill for that purpose, Messrs. Cobb.. Browne, of Randolph, Mirth, K tj, Wolfe and Mellett participated. There was iio resu't. The resolution is till pending. In the alteration Mr. Murray, of Elkhart and Lagrange, argued th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 January 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. . -MONDAY; JANUARY 2C. . " STATE NEWS, ETC. ' Llat of Casualties in Indiana Ilegl mentit at ,flurfreeboro. THIETT-IBST I3PIAXA. Alexander Tickl'n, eo A, killed. Corp. Jas Reynolds, co B, killed. Corp. Ilenrj D Limehr.co F, killed. Corp. J mes Meadow, co 0. killed. Sert. WmF Davis, co I, killed. First Lieut Ja W Pickens, co B, wounded in the chest and side, severe!. SJ Lieut F M Hatfield, co H, lijihtlj. lt Sergt John Cook, co A, do. McCarli Cliff, co A, do. Jobo T Duval, co A, do. Adam J D-t?,co A, do. Tilmen S Gilbroson, co A, do. Wm Hubert, co A, character of wound not known. Job Lyons, co A, slightly. Washington Miller, co A, slightly. David Wells, co A, do. Sergt. Jos Combs, co B, do. Corp. Jacob Williams, co B,do. Corp. Lorenzo D Gard.co B, nature of wound not known. John II Green, co B, slightly. Joseph Rouer, co B, character of wound not known. Michael Frock, co B, Blightly. John Millorj, Corp. co C, character of wound do', known. Sylranus Faley, company C, s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 February 1863

THE NB ANA rm .io VOL. XXII, NO. 37. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1863.. WHOLE NO. 1,229. N V WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL rai.fTED ASD rtlUSHEO EVKET MOXDAV AT THK IVKWJSEXTIIVEf.OrPICK, SO. 2 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, OPPOSITE THK ULU POSTOFFICE. ELDER, II1RMESS, & BINGHAM, TERMS OF WEEKLY SENTINEL: One copy one year $ 1 SO Ten copies, and one to the maker of the club ... . 15 00 Twenty copies, and two to the maker of the club. . 30 0o Additionscan b made toCtnh atany time at the above rates. The names will be printed on each paper, without xtra charge. One square, one insertion ....$0 75 " two ' 1 00 ' four " 2 00 For each subsequent insertion, and for each insertion of each additional square... ............ Advertisements published in both the Daily and the Wdekiy ScTri.tKL, will be charged the fall Daily rates, with one-half the Weekly rates added. Announcing deaths with funeral notice attached, $1; without notice free. Marriage Notices 50 cents. Notices of Festiva...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 February 1863

WEEKLY SEXT1NEL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2. Death at Senator Shoulders. Thomas Shotldkks, representing the district composed of the counties of Gibson, Dubois aud Pike in the State Senate, died at his lodgings in this citj on- Thursday morning, the 29th instant. His disease was erysipelas. A few days ago he was in his seat in the Senate in apparent good health, but now he is numbered with the dead. He died away from home, away from his family, and probably without even his wife and children knowing of his illness. Strangers, comparatively, attended him in his sickness, watched over him in his expiring moments, and prepared his remains for their Snal resting place. Thomas Shoulders was born in Warren county, Kentucky, Jsnuary 25ih, 1806. His father emigrated to this State in 1823 and located in Dubois county, near the family residence of the deceased, ilr. Shovldebs was raised a farmer, and his whole life was devoted to agricultural pursuits- His good sense and sterling integrity ever comme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 February 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2. t5?At No. 37 Jiorth Pennsvlrani street, Indianapolis, a general intelligence business U conducted. Good help for hotels, boarding houses, and private families can at all times be obtained at that e-ßic. All persons who can give good references (men or women), desiring situations or employment will find it to their advantage to call there. w tf. EspAir tight metalic burial caw, of th latest Improvement, kept on hand at Long's, Undertaker, South Meridian street. Also a Rood twohorsa glass hearse for sale. 23-d&w4w. Perttiktent .Trepreentaf ion The Journal, day after day, is repeating the charge, knowing it to be without aur foundation whatever, that the Democracy of Indiana as a party U engaged in a conspiracy to tike Indiana out of. the Unon and unite its destinies with the Southern Confederacy. And as a means to accomplish that purpose it further charges that secret political societies! are being organized all Over the State. These mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 February 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2. The ist Iriol (35tn) Kcgiment Indlana( at the battle el Mnrf reenboro llepert of Col. Mullen. HlAIKJU AKTEUR 1ST J.RISH(33th) IUg. IxD.YoL..) I the Field, nenr Mukfklisbobo, Teno., Jan. 5, 1863 ) Colonel: The tictiuit commenced ou our right, and in an incredib'e short sp.ice of time I found hundred of fugitifes and numerous wagons and ambulances fifing in confusion and attempting to cross the river. Orders came from jou to arrest the flight of thee fugitives, and to this end I directed taj men to fix bayonets, and halt the panic Stricken soldiers. To Capt. John P. Dufficy, acting il tjor, and Adjutant John Scully, I am much indebted, as well to the company officers, for energetic efforts to form these recruits into line. Two suiill battalion i were thus formed, and, under an otlk-er, pent back to the right of the line. The confusion was very great, and I feel as if it as due to my officers and men to mention particularly the cool and determined m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 February 1863

f 3 TV 71 J j j It VOL. XXII, NO. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1868. WHOLE NO. 1,231. f TÄ T S1EMT N WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL ntsriB ajid rciujniD rvemr mosdat at the NIZWISEXTIXE I. OFFICE, . . XO. 3 SOLTÜ 1IEF;IIAN STREET, OPPOSITE THE OLD POSTOFFICE, : ELDER, II1RKXESS, k BINGI1A3I, jPviaietom. ' terx or weekly MSTTOk ' Onecopr one year $ l so Ten copies, and on to the maker or the club ... 13 00 Additions en b mad toCIab at'sny time at then bore rates. Toe names will be printed on each paper, without txtrchr?. All WCIM.tMtBal Oue square, one insertion $0 75 " two " , 1 00 " four " ................. 3 00 For each subsequent insertion, and for each insertion of each additional square 331 Adrertisement iibiih..t tn hnth th r,ii-r.,. th Wdekly Ss.mscL, will h charged the fall Daily rate, witaone-nall tne weeaiyratej added. ... Amioaitciiig deaths with funeral notice attached, ( 1; wp heuc not ice free. Marraira Notices 50 cents. Notice of Festival, Picnics and Kxcurslon, (ro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 February 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9. Itepublicana Juiiltjing; Srcenkiou. lion. Datid C. Brasiiam, a well meaning ami do doubt very patriotic gentleman, by consent of his political friends, w made the leader and ch 'mpion of bis party in the lower branch of the Legislature. The Republican party professes to be very bitterly opposed to secession. Its leaders, its pipers, iu orators, and its preachers are exceedingly eloquent in their denunciation of this modern political heresy. They talk against it, write agiiust it, preach against it, and pray against it, but it is a little remarkable that in every Sute which was carried by the Democracy at the elections last fall, these very loyal Republicans are of the opinion that the minority, not the majority, should rule. The great crime of the Rebels, in Republican estimation, is their refusal tj submit to the epression of the popular will in 1SG0 the rule of the Republican party. To compel the Rebel States to ubmit thereto we are engaged in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 February 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL MONDAY, - FEBRUARY 9 C5TAt No. 37 North ruiisvkaiii:i street, IndianapolU. a general intelligence Lupine is conducted. Good help for hotels, bonrdiiig houses, nJ privat families can at all times be obtained at that office. All nersnn who rnn o-ivo onorl - r ; e" - - rete:nces (men or women), desiring situations or emplojmeut will find it to their advantage to call there. w tf. Tension, Boistt. A"Nd Back Pat Our well known agent William Y. Wilev.of this city. h;is opened an agency lor Indiana Volutiteeia in connection with his other business, for the collection of pensions, bounty, back pay, and oilier military claims due wounded or disabled swlJiers, or widows and heirs of deceased soldiers. Any of our readers interested :u ucfi matters we would advise to address him on the subject, as we know from his business experience that he is a safe and competent person to entrust such matters with. t5T"Air tight metalic burial caes, of the latest improvement, kept on hand at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 February 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL" MONDAY, - - - - FEBRUARY 'J. For the Iadiana State Sentinel. Oar Count ry Peace the Unly.ncan of lrerviij jf tiie I'nion. MinsRi. Editors: War U said to be the "relic of a barbarous age," and yet we find ourselves, though boasting of a bigh state of civilization, ngnged iu a war characterized by deeds of savage Teri;e uice. Ke:ison is dethroned, and the worst passions- of the human hexrt rule the hour. The cry tor blood in ibia as;e of Christianity comes with a bad grace, and yet we find thoe in our country who still insist on war and all jta attendant horrors. To them the carnage of the battlefield, the s icking of cities aDd the cry of those made homeless by the devouring flames 19 unwonted pleasure. For all such there is a day of fearful retribution a day when the voice of an injured peuple will cause them to tremble and hide tuemselv2a iruru threatened danger. This warof ours is unnecessary. There never existed a cause for its coranienceuient. The plea hat it wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1863

f it f 1 m J j j Jo VOL. XXII, NO. 89; INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1863. WHOLE NO."l,S32. Thl ANA STAT N V J ) WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL rilDTID ilD rVIUSHlID IVIII lOKDlI IT Till IVEW SENTINEL OFFICE, XO. 3 SOCTH MERIDIAN STREET, OPPOSITE THE OLD POSTOFFICE. ELDER, BARENESS, & BINGHAM, TERMS OF WEEKLY SEST1XEL: On copy one year $ 1 50 Ten copies, andone to the maker of the club . .. 15 00 Twenty copies, and two to the maker of the club.. SO Oo Additions can ba made to Club atanytime attheabove raus. Tna name will be printed on each paper, without extra charge. One square, one Insertion 0 T5 " two 1 00 " four 3 00 For ach so W iaent insertion, and for each insertion of zrit additional square 33 Advertisements published in both the Daily and the Wdekly Skstixkl, will be charged the full Daily rates, with one-half the Weekly rates added. Announcing deaths with funeral notice attached, $1; without notice free. Marriage Notices 50 cents. Notice of Festivals, Picnics...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1863

Weekly sentinel MONDAY, FE MILIARY 10. M 1 B M g .. Ihe 1'rotren tl Hwyaltr Th ItErrÖrrötEtcnrsT'of 43o9ni m the embodiment of New England egotism and Abolitionism, and, like Ax AC ha Rais Klootz.is the orator, if not of the human, at least of the Puritanic, race. Ia one of his late politico-religious discourses he had enunciated, (for this region of untry at least.) a new "notion" as to the omaipotenceof the President as our National ExecutiTe. " The parson says "the head of the nation is a tacrtd person," and that "lie ran trulj say we quote his very word? with Louis XIV: 'The State; it i Dishonor me. and you undermine the eouutry." This W frank and candid, and foreshadows the ulterior objects of those who are ruining the Gov ernment machine, and illustrates their idea or "loyalty to the Union." Unfortunately for the Doctor, his notion is not original, and can't therefore be patented. The doctrines of the divine right of kings and passive obedience, and that governments were insti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1863

WEEKLY SESTTkEL MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1G. GREAT SPEECH OK THE Hon. C. L. VALL Ä.NDIGHAM, VTOX THI WAR, LATELY DELIVERED IS THK HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES HIS VIEWS OF TUE CRISIS HIS PROPOSED REMEDY HE DEMAND THE STOPPAGE OF THE WAR HIS idea OF TUE RELATIONS OF THE STATES. The very general demand for the speech of Hod. C. L. JVallandigham, bu induced us to publish it in pamphlet form. It is the great peech of tbt ge, and hould be placed In the hands of every reading man. It will be read Tor delivery on Saturday, February 7. All orden should direct the peeches to be sent by express, a the postage will be one cent a copy, and must be prepaid. Orders ara aolicited. Price I 5o per 100 curies. Address ELDER, HAHKAE.-S A BINGHAM, Indianapolis. tAt No. 37 North Pennsylvania gtreetIndianapolta. a general intelligence business is conducted. Good help for hotels, boarding houses, amd prirate families can at all tiroes be obtained at that office. AU perrons who can give good references (men or women) ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1C. lr cecding- sf a ?letinsr of ilie Den.ocracrof liartUoloinew County I uru.int to a call by the Democratic Central Conniitt.ee, the Democracy of Bartholomew comtjr taetin convention at tlic Court Ilouse on S.it irday ladt, February 7th. Not less thin two thousand persona were present. The Court TOO a was denselj crowded at a Tery early hour, and near a thousand person who came from remote parta of the count to hear Mr. ilendricka gpeilt, bud to luru awaj id sad disappoititp.Vi.t, tiu.ible to bear a single word. Such a spontaneous outpouring of the people at euch a season of the j ear and iu such inclement weather, canuot be looked upon as a mere empty pageant, it means something more. It is the index of a popular indignation hieb at no distant day will uw violin in the tcrreut of their own corruption thoe men who for self-agrandizemeut sacrificed on the altar of their hellish ambition and to their cupidity the noblest and best Government on earth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 February 1863

HD Jo VOL. XXII, NO. 40. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,233. r NB ANA S Ä NE ) WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL rump aid muiiiD itih iordat it t IVE AV SEI TI IV E I, OF FI C E, SO. 1 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, OPPOSITE THE OLD POSTOFFICE. ELDER, IIARKNESS, ii BIXGI1AM, TEEMS OK WEEKLY SESTINEL: One copy on year 1 50 Tea copies, and one to the maker of the club . .. 15 00 Twenty copies, and two to the maker of the club. . 30 00 Additions can b m de to Club a Cany tiW at th e above rates. Tb. aame will bo printed oo each paper, without xtra charge. ' One square, one Insertion to 75 two 1 00 " four " 1 00 For each subsequent insertion, and for each insertion of each additional ,uare 33 Advertisement published In both the Daily and the Wdekly SsTi!f at, will bet-harped the fall Daily rates, with one-half the Weekly r-ttes added. Announcing deaths with funeral notice attached, $1; without notice free. Marriage Notices 50 cents. Notice of Festivals, Picnics and Excursion, (r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 February 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL MONDAY, FEUKUAUY 23. A .TlUlorlune, A report appeared ia.tie Jour aal, of Thursday, of a so called "tJaioa" meeting iu Masonic Hall on the evening previous. Among the speaker was otie "lion. D.wio Ibamuui." According to the representations of the Republican organ he was as iurioua aa a bull in a china chop and about as sensible. The only points we noticed in his speech, excepting its malevolence, were a good opinion of himself and a bad opinion of a! I who were uawillin; to follow tfcelead of a blind, p;ejudiced.vindicttve, narrow-minded and ignorant Republican leader. In the course of his remarks he is reported to have said: "He had the misfortune belong to the lower House how much lower could a man go?" The only response that can be made to such an inquiry 13, can there be a lower depth of infamy, of treachery ta the principles upon which the Federal Union and Government were founded, than to follow or justify the stupid and malevolent spirit of the leaders of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 February 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23. At 2io. 37 North Peuiisvlvania Micet, Indianapolis, a peneral intelligence buiner-s is conducted. GtMid help for hotels, boarding houses, and private farailie: can at all times be obtained at that office. All persons who can give good reference (men or women), desiring Situation or employment will find it to their advantage to call there. w tf. . Plain Spoken Word to the I'eople of Indian The Journal of S iturd.iy last contains ah ar tide under the abuve heading, to which we wish to direct attention. It commences thu: "VVe write with no hostile feelings teward men or partj, but with the profonpd conviction ih:it there never h is been period co pregnant with danger to our country, as the present. Cod knows that, with all our zel in the advancement of the Republican party, founded upon our sober convictions that its principles are in keeping with the spirit of the ace, tee have never denied our opponents their riyhts and independent judgment. We h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 February 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - - FEBRUARY 23. 2T" The Wanhln'oti corteponiJeit of the .New York. Journal of Commerce thus nlluJes to the recent speech of Mr. Yooebee on the Louisiana election cuse : Judging from the debate thus far, it looks as If Mr. Flanders, as Reresentative from New Orle ins, was about to be koockcl into flinders. Whatever hapcen tothat gentleman will also happen to Mr. Ilahn, another member eect from New Orleans. All the votes cast ia the First District amounted to 2 643, of wliich Mr. Flan dec received 2,370; all cist in the Second District amounted to 5,117, of which Mr. Hahn received '2.1J'. Both of these men are said to be strong Republican, and so we find the report uf the Committee ou Election very clear in favor of their admission. Mr. Voorhees arguing the question on high constitutional grounds, with m irked abiiitj, his made it clear th it the military representatives .re not entitle ! to their se tts, and it is jrood sijjn of the times that puch men as Mr...

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