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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 April 1863

71 Jo VOL. XXII, NO. 46. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, APRIL 0, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,239. r HB ANA S TAT IS SENT "1 WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL rsirrsB ad rvausHCD bvebt mokdat at the lYEAV SI2XTIiEI. OFFICE, SO. 1 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, OPPOSITE TUB OLD POSTOFFICK. ELDER, II ARRNESS, & BINGHAM, TERMS OF. WEEKLY SE5TI5EL: One copy one year ..$150 Ten copies, and one to the maker of the club .... 15 00 Twenty copies, and two to the maker of the club.. SO Oo Additions can ba mute to Club atjanytime t the above rate. TO names will b printed on each paper, without extra caarge. V as" M. mm A One square, one Insertion $0 75 two " 1 00 four " 9 OO for each subsequent Insertion, and for each inser tion of each additional square 331 Advertisements published in both the Daily and the Wdekly Scstiskl, will be charged the f'll Daily rates. with one-ball the Weekly rates added. Announcing deaths with funeral notice attached,! 1; without notice free. Marriage Notices 50 cents. Notice of Festiva...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 April 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, APRIL f. ; DEMOCRATIC STATE MASS MEETING -A.T . nSTJDIAJN-AFOTTFt, Wednesday. SOtli of .Hay, 18G3. ... ! . .- The Democratic State Central Committee of Indiana, ia response to tiumerous suggestions made tu Us 'members by citizens of the various counties, do most respectfully and cordially ioTite their political friends, and all others who sympathize la their views for the preservation of onr Government, to assemble in Mass Couvention at INDIANAPOLIS, on Wednesday, the Ottt day-of TT ay, next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., there to consider the questions which now agitate the public mind, and to take such counsel together as will most certainly secure the blessings of LiBEBfT, Pkack and Ujmtt to our districted country. In making this call, the Committee U not unmindful that great and weighty reasons exist for an assemblage of the people of Indiana at an earlier day; but after a careful consideration of all the circumstances involved, it is deemed best to postpone the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 April 1863

WEEKLY . SENTINEL. MONDAY, -MARCH SO. The Conscription Act. speech OK Hon. D. W. Voorhees. on THE CONSCRIPTION- BILL, In the House of Ke preseutativea, February 23, 1363. ThH is one of the finest speeches of Mr. Voorhees, on a question now occupying a Urge hare of public attention, and every voter in Indiana should hare a copy. Democrat! should raise clubs to distribute this largely in every School District in the State. It makes a pamphlet of eight page. Price 81 00 per 100. All ordera should direct the speeches to be sent by express, a the postage is one cent for each copy, and must be prepaid. Address ELDER, HARKNESS k BINGHAM, Indianapolis. . XII E LIDEltTY OF XII F. CITIZEN. THE SPEECH OP Hon. D. W. Voorhees. Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 13. 1363, on the "Act to indemnify the President and ther persona for suspending the writ of habeas corpus, and acta done in pursuance thereof," la now printed in pamphlet form, and cm be obtained at this office. This I t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 April 1863

WEEKLY.-; SENTINEL MONDAY, APRIL 6. A Few Thoughts I'pon the A'reaent Condi lin ! P blic AI fair, and the Agencie to e Enirloyed for the Ileitoration of the Union. The people of the loyal Slates, the source of power in the Government, are now feaifullj Uted. By a lare number, whose judgment is worth of respect, it is believed that there will oon be, if there U not already, a mnjoritj ia hostility to a further prosecution of the war as it m now conducted. The large public meetings that are bein held throughout the North; the heated attd angry discussion?; the organization of secret societies und leagues, nd the general arming of tlie people, portend the approach of a crwia in our national affair which mar result in the ororthrow of the fair fabric of constitutional government, the permanent division of the nation, and all the calamities which would follow these events. We wilt not now discuss the curves which have produced the present state of affairs. The wisdom or folly of congress...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 April 1863

71 IM j j r0L. XXII, NO. 47. - INDIANAPOLIS, IND,, MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,240. r J) ANA STATE SENT WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL raiarcD aid rnusnBD itiit movdat at the NEW SENTINEL OFFICE, NO. 2 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, OPPOSITE THE OLD POSTOFFICE. ELDER, niRRNESS, & RINGHAM TERMS OF WEEKLY SENTINEL: One copy one year $110 Ten copies, and one to the maker of the club 15 00 Twenty copies, and two to the maker of the club.. 30 00 Addition can be made to Clubs atjanytime attheaboTe rates. The names will be printed on each paper, without extra caarge. Oöe square, one Insertion 90 75 ' two .............. 1 00 " f.ur " J 00 For each snlwequent Innertlon, and for each inser tion of each additional qaare 33 AdrertisemenU published in both the Daily and the Wdekly Sbstibbi., will be charged the full Daily rate. wunone-nautne weekly -at- aitded. Annuncinir deaths with funeral notice attached, $1; wit bout notice tree. Marriage Notices 50 cents. Notices of Festtrat. Picnics and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 April 1863

"WEEKLY .SENTINEL MONDAY, - - APRIL 13. Judge Catoti' Letter. We publish this morning the letter of Chief Jnstie Catos, of Illiuois, addressed to Governor Setoci, of New York, upon tlie questioua ia . ycJviog not ouly the welfare, but pertjaps the Integrity of the mtlon. The sentiments expressed b j Judge Catox, it is tn'ui, reflect ih views entertained bv Guv. Sktmoik hi regard to the duty of tie Democracy in the present crisis of public affairs. This gives them significance and entitle them to consideration. How It Wb Done. The Journal concedes thnt the election in this township was controlled and c irried by outside influences, regardless of the wishes and feeliugs of its permanent citizens. We do not object to soldiers voting. Otherwise we favor the exercise of this right and duty of a freeman and citileu. upon every occasion when such nn expression of popular sentiment is required, and it can be law fully exercised. Dut it is obvious that the Joamil's construction of the -elect...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 April 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, APRIL 13. CITY DE.TIOCUATIC TICKKT. Election lofotlar, IVtay 5. FOR MAYOft, GEORGE W. PITTS. FOR ATTORXXT, F. PROTZM AN. FOR MARSHAL, - ALPHONSO S. BURT FOR CLKRK. WILLIAM M. HARRISON. FOR TRkASl BEB. 1 jacob beck: FOR CIVIL VMGIN'EIR, J. S. GOLD. FOR STREET POMJI ISSIOXKR. HUGH SLAWIN. FOR AtSOR, , O. DOETTICIIER. THE LIRKKTV Of THE CITIZI. THE SPEECH OF Hon, D, W. Voorhees. Delivered la the House of Representatives, February IS, 1SC.1, on the "Act to indemuify the President and ether persons for suspending the writ of habeas corpus, and acta done in pursuance thereof," is now printed in pamphlet farm, aud can he obtained at this office. This a ihe great effort of Mr. Voorhees to protect the liberty of the citizea front the despotism of the President and his minions, and should be In the hand of every voter in Indiana. It mak-s a pamphlet of 18 pages. Price tl ÖO per l(K). All orJers should direct the peeebes to he sent by express, as the postage will be oc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 April 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, APRIL 13. Text, Tbe ballot-box ind open debute mark a free people. Trust them.- CrneraZ Carringo to the people of Indiana. - COMMENT. General Caskisgtox's views are philosophical, sound aod statesmanlike. Indianapolis Jonrnal. ILLV'STEATIOX. Tbe township election of last Monday. ed the entire Democratic ticket by a handsome aajoritj. Toledo, Ohio,' which was atrongTj Republican last fall, has elected the Democratic ticket by 2t)D majority. The Conditions of Freedom. The military commandant of the District of Indiana, upon assuming tbe duties of his position, issued pronunciamento "to the people of Indiana," in which we find the following sentiment: "The ballet box and open debate m irk a Tree people. Trust them. ,On yesterday was a township election. While it was not one of much importance, so far ns party or political issues were concemel, yet it in a measure tested the conditions of American freedom as presented by General Cassixotox. Did the polls, jester...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 April 1863

S 'W& T 1 n TV 71 i J J Jo . V W Sloan 0L. XXII, NO. 48. INDIANAPOLIS; IND., MONDAY; APRIL 20, 1863. WHOLE W. 1,243 . ) I '1 THE LIBERTY OF THE CITIZEN. Speech of Hon.. D. W. Voorhees, Of Indiana, Delivered in the House of Representatives, Ftbrurylfc. 1G3. The House having nnder consideration "An Act to indemnify the President and other persona for suspending the- privilege of the writ of habeas corpus, and acts done, in pursuance thereof," Mr. Voohhees said: Mr. Speaker, the American people will learn with amazement that the bill now under consideration has once passed this House without debate. It returns here now with amendments made by the Senate, and the Chairman of the Committee of Way and Means, Mr. Stevens, with an obedient majority at his command, sought on Thursday last to again secure the action of this body upon the momentous and vital principles which it involves without permitting a single word of discussion. And I hold my position on this floor to-day, not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 April 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, APRIL 20. The Policy of the Administration No Opposition to it to be Tolerated. When it has been charged that the present civil war is an Abolition war a war waged for the abolition of slavery, the Republicans' hare stoutly and persistently denied it. Bot it now appears opon the evidence of one of the bighest officers of the arm j that it is the avowed policy of the party io power not only to free the negro, but to feed, clothe, organize and arm them. Regiment; of blacks are being organized, in fact bave been, who are to be placed in all respects upon terms of equality with the white soldiers. Says Adjutant General Thomas, this is the policy of the Administration and it must be carried out. Further than this. The same officer, speaking by authority, declares that no opposition to this form of negro equality on the part of either officers o - soldiers will be allowed. No rank whatever, even the stars, will be any protection to the officer, who may oppose this...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 April 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, APRIL 20. Address of the Democratic Members " " , OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO .T11E PEOPLE OF INDIANA. Setting forth the History of the late seinen, and the llraton wbjr morehad not been accompli s li rd d u r I n 7 itsCon . stitntional Term. This document mike a pamphlet of 18 pages, und will be furnished in any quantity. PRICE 1 1 50 PK R 11. ' ' - AU ordere should direct the speeches to be sent by exres, as the post ape is one cent for each copy, and must be prepaid. Address, ELDER, HARKNESS & BINGHAM, Indianapolis. The Conscription Act. SPEECH OF Hon. D. W. Voorhees. ON THE CONSCRIPTION BILL, In the House of Representatives, February 23, 1863. This is one of the finest speeches of Mr. Voorhees, on a question now occupying a large share 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 00 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 April 1863

words of whispered humbleness, bow ourselves with fasten a lularion at the footstool of power. If thcc thi !gs a -e to be borno, th? hour for a Cromwell I fc arrivird,aail tjiyse will will never aaia resound vr.:h the voi?e cf Lperty. Let the lictors advance and bin 1 ns with coi ds and scourge us in the , open market-places a the unworthy successors of a nobler and prouder race. Let tie pilgrim of futnre times visit not this dishonored Hall, but go and linger in the old and deserted one, and draw inspiration from the glorious memories which hover over it. .'The voices of the mighty dead, in behalf of freedom of opinion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and the supremacy of the Constitution, yet seem to echo from its venerable walls; and its place in the aistorv of the proirrc.'s of liberty is as secure as the battlefield of Banker Hill. ,' ' Sir, am I to be told that there was cause for the arrest and imprisonment of these gentleraenl Who dares to say so? Why were they not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 April 1863

J Sin.lu.ky j5.r 6n ; I nil I Iff 1 IN r0L. XXII, NO. 49. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1863. TOOLE NO. 1,2-12. ANA STATE SENTINE U A WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL raiimco ad rriususo kvkky moxdat at tbk IVEW SE'TIIVEIj office, XO. 1 SOUTH MERIDIA5 STREET, OPPOSITE THE OLD POSTOFFlCK. ELDER, ÜARRNESS, & BIXGIIAM TEBJtS OF WEEKLY SEXTI5EL: One copy one year $ 1 50 Ten copies, and one to the maker of the club . 15 00 Twenty copies, and two to tbe maker of the club. . SO Oo Additions can be in ade to Clubs atany time at the above rates. Tbe names will be printed on each paper, without extra charge. One square, one insertion.... $0 75 " two " 1 OO four " 3 00 For each siubsequent insertion, and for each insertion of each additional onare 33 Advertisements published in both the Daily and the Wdekly Skxtisil, will be charged tbe full Dailv rates, with one-half the Weekly rat added. Annoitncint; rtsths with funeral notice attaee4,91; without notice freer - - - -- r - Marriag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 April 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, APRIL, )d. Watchman, What I the .light We are entering upon the third jear of the war. Two year; ago no one would hare believed that a content of 'juch gigantic proportions could rt continued uui long. 1 la character, too, has changed since its conuaencernent. At first the AdmicfctratUia chsMtteiized it as tin insurrection a reunion and the military forces were called out to suppress it. Next the Administration recognized the rebels as beligerenta, and the rules of cirlized warfare were adopted. When captured, tha Insurgents wer.- not treated as rebels against the Government as traitor? but as prisoners of war, and held to be dealt with as such. Our Gov ernment treats and holds intercourse with the Rebel State as sa independent Confederacy or power, and while we do not recognize them in form as such, we do so practically. The Administration, regards them as outside of the Uuion, and outside of the Constitution and is endeavoring to hold the m as subjugate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 April 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20. - DEMOCRATIC STATE Mass Meeting AT INDIANAPOLIS, Wednesday, 20th May, 1863. The Democratic State Central Committe of Indiana in response to numerous suggestions made to its members by citizens of the various counties, do most respectfully and cordially in rite their political friends and all others who sympathize in their views for the pre?ervation of our Government to awemble in Mass Convention at INDIANAPOLIS, on WEDNESDAY the 20th day of May, at 10 o'clock, A. M., there to consHler the questions which now agitate the public muni, and to take such counsel together as will most certainly secure tue blessings of liberty, pesce and unity to our distracted country. Arrangements have been made with the following roads running into Indianapolis, for halffare tickets, the particulars of which will be hereafter announced: Ciaeionati. lladison, JeETersonville, Uellefontaine, Terre IIate, Peru and Central. The New Afoanv and Salem, and Evansville and Cr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 April 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL: WEDNESDAY, -AI'KIL 21). Ucnerut Order . c This order of General Carei.ngtox was evidently occasioned by the difficulties in Hendricks and Brown counties. Those trouble have been grossly exaggerated by the press and the telegraphic report.. We published yesterd.iy morning a statement of the affair in Brown county, w hich we are a. ured is correct, and it changes the phaeof it materially. We are a!$o informed by responsible persons thnt the Republicans were the crfj'on at Daorille and that the assult upon Democrats was unjustifiable and inexcusable General Careixgto.x was undoubtedly influenced by the first reports of thee affair, highly colored by Republican partisans for party efl'ect, when he penned his Order No. 6. It is one Mil ed, not general, as it'sbould have been. Eery reader appreciates this. He should have deoounced all secret political orders alike. The ery practices which he charges to be criminal in one order have their counterpart in those of the opposi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 May 1863

71 JIN Jo VOL. XXII, NO. 50. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,243. r NO ANA S TÄ T JLU WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL AD rClUSRID K VEIT HODAT IT THC IVEWSEm'EL OFFICE, 50. 1 SOCTO MERIDIAN STREET, OPPOSITE THE OLD fOSTOF FICE. ELDER, IIARRNESS, k BINGHAM TERMS OK WEEKLY SESTIiTEL: One copy one rear , $ 1 50 Ten copies, and one to the maker of the club 15 00 Twanty copies, and two to the maker of the club. . 30 Oo Additions can be made to Clabs atany time at tbe abort rates. The names will be printed on each paper, without xiracaarge. .d.weatJLMtsa. One square, one Insertion $0 75 " two 1 00 " four " 2 00 Foreaca subsequent insertion, and for each inser tion of each additional sqmre 33 Advertisements published in both tbe Daily and the WTdekly Scsnsat, will be char(?ed the full Daily rates. wtta one-haii tue weekly rat- added. Announcing deaths with funeral notice attacbed.il; without notice free. Marriaee Notices 50 cents. Notice of Festival, Picnics and Excursions, g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 May 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6. TTithdruvral of the Candidates Upon ! City Democratic Ticket. A will be seen by a card which we puhlish in the Sentinel of this neek.'the Democratic candidates for the offices tu be filled at the municipal election to be held on Tueday next have withdrawn their names for the positions which they had been nominated by their political friends. They give the reasons for the course which their sense of self respect has induced them to adopt. The Democracy hare been refused by a Republican Council any representation upon the election boards. Feeling, under such circumstances, that they had no chance for a fair election, in fact that none was intended by the dominant party, they thought it useless, a waste of time, to go through the farce of an election. A refusal of all or any representation upon election boards to an opposite party, especially at a mere local election, is a most extraordinary proceeding. What other inference can be drawn from euch a co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 May 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6. The Cltr Election it e form the Election Luits. The withdrawal of the Democratic candidates for the offices to be filled at tbe city election will have one good effect, we trust, and that is to attract the attention of the people of the State generally to the condition of affairs in this city. It cannot be denied that the Republican leaders hare carried the elections in this city since 1856 by the use of the most unfair and unjustifiable means. And not coutent with such agencies to reuin the control of the city government they bive nsed others equally disreputable. A Republican Council added two new wards to the city. The same Council ordered an election for Councilmen in these wards, the Eighth and Ninth. Contrary to Republican expectation, tbe Democrats elected their candidates. The Republican Councilmen refused to allow them to take their eata upon a technical quibble. The issue waj taken to the Circuit Court. A Republican Judge decided that the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 May 1863

I WEEKLY SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, MAY G. DEMOCRATIC STATE Mass Meeting AT INDIANAPOLIS, Wednesday, 20th May, 1863. The Democratic Sute Central Committe of Indiana io response to numerous suggestions made to iü members by citizens of tbe various counties, do most respectfully and cordially invite their political friends and all others who sympathize in tbeir views for the pre?ervation of our Government to assemble in Mass Convention at INDIANAPOLIS, on WEDNESDAY the 20th d iy of May, at 10 o'clock, A. M., there to cons'der the questions which now agitate the public mind, and to take such counsel together as will most certainly secure tue blessings of liberty, pence and unity to our distracted country. Arrangements have been made with the following roads running mto Indianapolis, for halffare tickets, the particulars of which will be hereafter announced: Cincinnati. Madison, Jeffersonville, BelleTontaine, Terre Haute, Peru and Central. " The New Albany and Salem, and Evansville and Crawfo...

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