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

r n n n n n I Jul Hi i F V I M I'M k h " A 1 JL 1 VOL. XXII, NO. 41. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, MARCH 2, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1.234. n , p - ; I ' ) JiJ .L1J 0 WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL PKIXTCO A5D rCBUSBED ETEBT MOXDAT AT TBI XEWSEXTirVEL OFFICE, 20. t SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, OPPOSITE THE OLD POSTOFTICE. ELBElC nARRNESS, & BINGILDI, TERMS OF WEEKLT SEXTINEL: One copy one year Ten conies, and one to the maker of the clio Twenty copies and two to the maker of the club Additions can be made to Clubs at'any time at theabove rate. Tüe n .mes w ill be j.riited oa each paper, without , extraCharge. j One iqusre, one insertion ....(0 75 two " 1 00 44 four " 3 00 r or each subtequent insertion, and for each insertion of each additional square Advertisements published In both the Daily and the tVdekly Se.ttixkl, wiil be charged the full Daily rate, wtthone-half the Weekly rates added. Announcing deaths with funeral notice attached, f 1; without notice free. Marriage Notices 50 cents. Sot'...

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

WEEKLY SENTIXEL MONDAY, MARCH 2. The Republican Mate yiaw Convention. The grand afT.ir, which, in Republican estima tion, was to turn the world up si de down, came oSTyesterday according to programme. Every effort had been w ide by Kepublican officials and Republican leader, to attract a large crowd. The railroad carried passenger at half fare or less, and free tickets were given to those who were unwilling otherwise to attend. Word was sent to the party adherents throughout the State tint a prand demonstration was necessary for its moral effect upon the sinking fortunes of Republicanism, and that it was the last hope of galvanizing in almost lifeless body. Never before was there a more zealous effort made to get cp a demonstration to order. In numbers the convention was repectab'e. There may have been from twelve to fifteen thousand strangers in attendance. Most of the founderies and manufacturing establishments in this city were closed, which helped to swell the crowd. Of thestran...

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

CS WEEKLY SENTINEL ! MONDAY, MARCH 2THE LinCUTY OF THE CITIZO. TJbdE SPEECH OF Hon. B. W. Voorhees. Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 13, 1S6.1, on tbo "Act to Indemnify tbe President and other persons for auspendirg the writ of habeas corpus, and acta done In pursuance thereof," is now printed in pamphlet form, and can be obtained at this office. This 1 ihe great effort of Mr. Voorhees to protect the liberty of the citizen from the despotism of the President and his minions nd should be in tbe hands of every voter in Induna. It make a pamphlet of 18 pages. Price tl oO per 100 OR OO per l.OOO. AH orders should direct the peeches to be sent by express, as the postage will be oce cent a copy,aud must be prepaid. Address ELDER, 11.4 RKNESS A KINGHAM, Indianapolis. äT""At No. 37 North Pennsylvania street, Indianapolis. general inteliifwi-e business is conducted. Good help for hotel. iKwirJinj hou.se, and private families can at all time be obtained at that office. All ...

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

WEEKLY SE5TISEL. MONDAY, i MARCH 2. Tlnj Birth.uaf of Washington Jlilltary Display Ita i!ngr ' Flag" on the Dorae of the Capitol Speeches by Hon. C. B. Siulth und Hon. T. A. Hendricks The celebration yesicnlnr, in honor of the birth-day of Washington, wait by far the finest ami best arranged military display we bare ever had in our cut It was no; tiie number of the troops that sve interest to th pageant, but their disposition and skillful handling. We h ive bail reviews when more th in double the number of troop were iti line, and when the maneuvers were sti icily according to the regulations, but a review U a co!d affair compared with the lively move merits of the sham fight of yesterday. The movements were made to illustrate city defense. At ten o'clock the troops were in motion from their camps to take position as laid down in the programme. The headquarters were establ'shed at '.he crossing of Washington and Illinois streets, and here the cavalry were drawn up as a reserve the t...

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

nnim 171 J Jo VOL. XXII, NO. 42. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,235; T E ND ANA STA I I WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL rBISTBD AID rVIUSHKD IVI1I MOXDAY AT THE KEAVsftXTIXEL OFFICE, SO. ? SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, opposite: the old postoffice. ELDER, IIIRRNESS, & BINGHAM, TERMS OF WEEKLY SENTINEL: One copr one 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 Oo Addition can b ramie to Clubs atny time at the above rates. The names will be printed on each paper, without extra charge. One square, one insertion 0 75 " two " ' 1 00 " Tour " J 00 For each subsequent insertion, and for each Insertion ofesih additional square 33 Adrertisemrats published in both -the Daily aud the Wdekly S!fT!L, will be cbarpfd the fall Daily rates, withone-baifobe Weekly rate Med. Announcing deaths with funefal notice attached, $1; .without notice free. Marriage Notices 50 cents. . Notices of Fe...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL MONDAY, MARCH 9.' . The Itecord of the Journal.' The Republican central organ busies itself frdm day to day in misrepresenting, maliciously and knowingly, the motives and purposes of the Democratic members of the Legislature. It charges them with shaping legislation to aid disunion schemes and to assist in establishing a Confederacy of the Northwestern States." All such insinuations bare as little foundation as the baseless fabric of a dream. Such charges come with ill grace from a paper which persistently advocated a separation of the Slates as the true policy of the North. In fact the Journal invited, aided and abetted the secession movement which has brought upon the countir the terrible cnlamities and evils of civil war. We call the attention of all who place any confidence in the present declarations of the Journal to a brief review of its record in favor of a peaceful separation of the States. After South Carolina had passed its ordinance of secession and it wa...

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

WEEKLY- SENTINEL MONDAY, - MAIIC1I 9. Keceeearw Legislation Defeated by tbe t'uctiou and Kerolu tionury Action of the Itepublican ninorlijr In Ibe House. The constitutions! period for enacting laws during the present neion of tlie General Assembly expired on Saturday. One week ago lat . Wednesday the Republican member of the Houe, sufficient to break quorum, absented tlieoise'ves from their seat und left the city, for the Avowed purpose of defeating legislation. The remaining member ofthe Ht'ue prepared the necessary bills for miint inin:; the State govern merit, for the pay men of employees and other indebtedness, and the Appropriation required to pny tha interest upon the public debt for the ensuing two year? allthe appropriations, in a word, nece&sary to maintain the honor and good faith of the State. Upon (he call of the House ou Saturday morning it was found a quorum was not present, and having no power to legislate to pass bills under the requirements of the Consti...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL MONDAY, - MAKC1I a. .TIcellnjf of I lie Democracy t Jackion County. Pursuant to a previous call the Democracy and conservative citizens of Jacksou county met in muM meeting at the Courthouse in Brownstown, ou Thursday, February 19th, M:63. The meeting was called to order by S. W. Holaie.i. Esq , t'hairman of the Democratic Cen tral Couiuiitiee. On motion Major S. P. Mooney wa elected Chairman, and W. W. Wamaley and Ben. Carr were elected Secretaries. A committee of one fro 01 euch township was appointed to draft resolution, which committee consisted of the following named gentlemen: Martin Ferris, Ch.iirmau; il.it tin Ilenderlider, Samuel Lee, Mich:iel May, Lycurgus L. Shields. William C. A. Dain. Daniel ßirringer Judge Andrew Robertson, Enoch Hunsucker, William Hnpp. Alex, Hinote. U')ii. Thomas Dowlin;:, of Vigo county, was then introduced by the Chairman, aud addressed the meeting in a speech ol great power and elo queuce. At the tioe of Mr. Dowiing's remarks, trie...

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

mi nnim Ü0 ..,J , ,-. r ...4 . f VT VOL. XXII, NO.1 43. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, iMARCH 16, 1863. WHOLE 0. 1,236. NB AM STA WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL rtlXTCD AH rUIUWtD KVCaT MONDAY AT THI i'EW SETIXEL OFFICE, . XO. 1 SOCTH MERIDUX STREET, OPPOSITE THE OLD POSTOFflCK. ELDER, niRRXESS, & BINGHAM, TERMS OF WEEKLY SESTIXEL: One copy ne'year $ 1 50 Ten ce-pies, a4ntlhe maker of tbe club ... 15 00 Twe-ity copies, and two to the maker of the club.. 30 Oo Additions can b made toClut at!any time at the above ratet. Toe tuaet will be printed on each paper, without xlrackarge. One saare, one insertion $0 75 " tw 1 00 " faar " 1 00 For each stkseuent insertion, and for each insertion of eacM aiMuionai square. ........ ...... 33 Advertisements published in both the Daily and the Weekly Sa.nBL, will be charged the full Daily rates, withone-haCthe Weekly rates added. Anhand? deaths with funeral notice attached, $1; without Hkefree. Marriage Notices 50 cents. Jtotice of Festival. Picnic...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL MONDAY, MARCH 16. "Where la it t End." .Ever. since the election, of Mr. Lixcols the Journal has labored assiduously to bring upon the country the very evils which it U now .suffer,ng." It proclaimed, immediately after that event, that if the dissatisfied Slates desired to leave the Union,. Dot Republican would throw any tliEculty in the way. but would willingly let them depart. It conceded thitt secession was only revolution; that the secession of South Carolina was a dissolution of the Union; that civil war was a worse eala mit v than the loss of a dozen States, and it discussed favorably the advantages of a separation of the States. Thf Journal was not . alone in this view of public policy. The New York Tribune, the Chicago Tribune, the Cincinnati Commercial, the Buffalo Express and other " leading Republican journals set forth and advo-' fated similar views. These papers, one and all, proclaimed that a Union was not worth preserving which had to be pinted togethe...

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

n3i WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, MARCH 16. C2T"At Jfo. 37 North Pennsylvania street, Indianapolis, a general intelligence business is conducted. Good help for hotels, boardiug houses, and private families can at all times be obtained at that office. All persons who can gire good reference (men or women), desiring situations or employment will find it to their advantage to call there. w tf. Bocsir axd Pe33iox Agevt roE Ixdiaxa Soldier Soldiers discharged for wounds or eicknee are entitled to a pension and $100 bounty; $1U0 bounty and a pension for life for li e widows of deceased soldier; 100 bounty for the parents of deceased unmarried soldier. Apply to'David S. McKernan. of this city, No 8 West Washington street, who has been authorijed by the Government to secure, these claims. For further information call or write, inclosing Stamp. Refer to Gov. Morton, Aoj't Gen. Noble, Judge Perkens and Judge Keed, of ConnersTill. ml6 w6m Township Convention. The Democratic Convention for this (Cen...

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

WEEKLY .SENTO EL MONDAY, .-. -MAliCir 1H. run i)L.nocitAcv xd rue win. SPEECH OF i HON.WM. S. HOLMAN, I tux Ü5ITID State Hoest or Rzpkksextatitm, February 19 1663. The Hqu having under consideration "An Act to indemnify the President and other persons for impending the pr vitege of the writ of h ileas corpus, m id acts done in pursuance thereof," Mr. II lui tn said: It is not my purpose, Mr. Speaker, to discuss the merits t this bill. I believe the country owes tu the Sea ite, in a certain sense, a debt of gratitude for presenting a bill for the consider, tion of the House much mure reasonable in its features -and less startling in its deSmce of the Constitution than the bill which passed the House of Representatives. ' . As amended by the Senate, there seems to be but two radical objections to the bill. The first is that it oppresses the injured citizen, whone personal liberty has been trampled on by arbitrary power, by authorising the removal of the action he m i j bring in the vi...

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

nrf1' J Jo VrOL. XXII, NO. 44. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,237. in ANA STAT tot TTn k "v. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL rtijnro an rcaustucD bvcbv woitdav at ths rVEW SE.TIiEL OFFICE, KO. 1 SOUTH MER1D1V31 STREET, OPPOSITE TIIK OLD POSTOfllCK. ELDER, II1RKXESS, & BINGHAM, ! TERMS OF WEEKLY SETIXKU One copy one year $ 1 50 Tn 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 be made to Club at!any time at the above rat. Tb names will be printed on each paper, without extra charge. VtaY. . 0(ttHlli(l. One T a are, one insertion.. .. . ......... ........-0T5 " two " 1 00 " four " 1 00 For each subsequent insertion, and for each Insertion of each additional square 33 Advertisements published in both the Dally and the Wdekly Samia., will be charged the fall Daily rates, with one-half the Weekly raten added. Announcing deaths with funeral notice attached, $1; without notice free. ;Mrriai...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, MARCH 23. "The Defence of ike Democratic .Member of the Houie." The able and triumphant vindication of the Democratic members of the House, which appeared ia the Sentinel, of Wednesday, only re echoe the sentiment of au overwhelming majority of the people of Indiana. The action of the minority of the House was revolutionary, wicked and without apology. The Republican members hare no justifiable excuse for defeating the legislation necessary to carry ou the State Government lawfully, and they can make none which will satisfy the common sense of the people. The simple fact that the Democratic members of the Legislature were in their seats to the last hour ot the session and that they bad prepared every bill which the public interests and the public necessities demanded, is the best evidence that they had discharged all the duties required of them in their official capacity to ausuiu the Government. Wh: ia the record of the Republican members? TLey had the powe...

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

at WEEKLY SENTINEL MONDAY, MARCH 23. The Conscription Act. SPEECH OK Hon. D. W. Voorhees. O-X THE In the House of Representatives, . February 23, This i one of the finest speeches of Mr. Voorhees, on a question now occupying Inrge bare of public attention, and every voter in Indiana should have a copy. Democrats should raise clubs to distribute this largely in every School District in the State. It makes a pamphlet of eight pages. Price $1 OO per lOO; OR, $9 OO per 1,000. All orders should direct the speeches to be sent by expre, as the postage is one cent for each copy, and must be prepaid. Address ELDER, UAKK5ES3 k BINGHAM, Indianapolis. THE LIDCUTV OF THE CITIZEN. ''lr12 SPEECH OF. Hon. D. W. Voorhees, Delivered In the Hoae of Representatives, February 13, 1S6-T, cn the "Act to indemnify the President and other persons fur suspending the writ of habeas corpus, anj acts done in pursuance thereof," is now printed in pamphlet form, and can be obtained at tb is office. This la the gr...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL MONDAY, Addresv of Democratic .tleniben. At a meeting of the Democratic members of the Home of Representatives, a few daa before the adjournment of the General A.emblr, a committee was appoiuteJ to prepare an adJresa to the people of IiiJiitna, setting forth the history of the late gea-n'on, anJ the reiaons whj more had not been accomplished during its constitutional term. Th-s committee consisted of Messrs Niblack, BcaKiRK, Bird, Hall, Uowk. Uak.net and Packard. Tint committee submitted the d.lre-8 below, mid iu publication oidered on behalf of the tneeiir.!?. Wm. E. Niblack, Chairman. To Editor $ of Sentinel, Indianapolis: TO THI PEOPLE Ot IN DI AX At Fellow Citizens: At the close of a Legislative iessiii remirkable for its want of satisfactory results, we address you in explanation of the caused w iich product them. Thi i.s due alike to the claim of truth, and to a correct knowledge of the hUtory of the General Assembly just adjourned. The people of the various co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 March 1863

71 i-. j j J Jo rOL. XXII, NO. 45. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,238. ND1ANA STAT SENT WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL rums a.xd rrausHco trin boxday at the IV EW XTIX E I. OFFICE, NO. 2 SOCTH ME1UDIAX STREET, nrrosiTi: thk old postofiick. ELDER, HARRXESS, & BINGHAM, l BT ja. TERMS OF WEEKLY SKNTIXEn: On copy on year .,........$ 1 50 Tea copies, autl one to the maker of the club .. 15 00 Twenty copies, and two to the maker of the club.. SO Oo Additions can bt nude to Clubs atnytime attbeabove rate. The n nies will be jriutel on each paper, without extracbarge. Oneqore, one insertion.... ......SO 75 ' " two " 1 00 " four " 5 00 for each suheqoent insertion, and for each Insertion feacl additional square.... 331 Advertisements published in both the Dally and the Wdekly äcüTt.tKL, wiil be charged the full Da.lyratea, with one-half the Weekly raten added. Announcing deaths with funeral notice attached, tl; without notice free. Marriage Nolicea SO cent. Notice...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 March 1863

1 WEEKLY SENTINEL MONDAY, MARCH 30. Democratic .Ylaas State Convention Ata meeting of the Democratic Sutc Central Committee yesterday, after full conference with prominent Democrats from all parti of the State, It was resolved that the conservative citizen of Indiana le requested to assemble in csass convention in this citr, on Wednesday, the 20ih of Hay. to take into consideration the perilous condition of our public affairs, the dangers which beset constitutional liberty, and to unite in a common effort to maintain the Constitution and to restore National unity. Eminent speakers and f talesmen from 8ter States will be present cpon the occasion to discuss the issues before the country. The call of the convention and the arrangements in reference thereto will be an- . noenced in a few days. From the anxiety generally manifested to secure this expression of public sentiment, we liave no doubt the proposed convention will be the most imposing in numbers and character that has ever ass...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 March 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - -MARCH 30. r.nivn Democratic Totrnatilp Icket. roa TowssoirntrrtTK, SAMUEL P. DANIELS. FOB Or TBK rKACT., JAM KS SWAIN, J. M. AUSTIN, 8 MIEL IIOEFGEN. FOB CONKT.tBLK, OLIVER KFELET. WILLIAM YEACER, J. W. CLKVEK, HENKY HUNN. The Conscription Act. SPEECH OF Hon. D. W. Voorhees. OS THE CONSCRIFriON BUX, la the House of Representatives, February 23,1463. Tbis la one of the ilnest speeches of Mr. Voorhees, on s question now occupying Urge bare of public attention, ad every voter in Indiana, should have a ropy. Democrats should raise club to distribute this largely in every School District in the State. It make a pamphlet of eight page. l'ricc $1 00 per 100. All order should direct the speeches to be sent by ex press, as the postage is one cent for each copy, and roust b prepaid. Address ELDER, HARKNES3 & BINGHAM. Indianapolis. THE LIDEltTV OF THE CIT1ZEX. '.r.fc-1, H SPEECH OF" Hon. D. W. Voorhees. Delivered in the House of Representatives, February...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 March 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL MONDAY, - -MARCH SO. Ta Tfeetin of iu Ie mot racr r Hamilton County -Speeche of Valtandlghani, Pendleton and Voor- ! Iteaolution Proposing m. Motional Democratic Convention In Indianapolis. There wa n immense assemblage of tlie people at the meeting in Hamilton, Ohio, oa Sutar day lust, not withstanding tbe inclemency f the weither. It w is in everj respect a decided succcn. Tlie meer.in ; 4 of asimU.tr charicter which aru be'n; hetj throughout the North are the bes-l tii'Jicition of popular sentiment and the powerful revolution going on in the public mind in regirl to the crisis in our national affair. The only hope for the preservation of constitutional liberty and free government is in the-e uphciMr-u-i ot the public mind mid tlie unmisUktole determination of the people to maintain them, re gardle of the sacrifice which it tn.ij require. The speeche of Messrs. Valla ndisuam, PcxSLETO.t und Voorh its wer alike able and eloquent vindication) of popular rights, and m...

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