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

mir ANA STATE SENT X J VOL. XXII, NO. 51. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,244. .N JdjJjo 1 1 WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL rairrc aud rriusato evbbt mohdat at tub IVEW SEXTIIVEL OFFICE, SO. S SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, OPPOSITE THE OLD POSTOFF1CE. ELDER, IIARKNESS, & BINGHAM TERMS OK WEEKLT SE5TIXEL: One copy 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 Additionscan ba made to CI ab atjany time at the above rates. The names will be printed on each paper, without extra charge. One square, one Insertion fOT5 ' two 1 00 " four " 8 00 Fereach subsequent insertion, and for each insertion of each additional quare 33? Advertisements published In both the Dallyind the Wdekly Sijtuil, will b charged the fall Daily rates. wuuone-aaii the weekly raf added. Announcing deaths with funeral notice attached, $1; without notice free. Marriage Notices 50 cents. Notices of Festival, Picnics and Ex...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, MAY 11. The Stole ntki Convention. ' The amngementa for the Sute Mass Convention lobe held in this city on the 20th of May, art comp'eted. All the railroads running into Indianapolis bare agreed to ran half-fare trains, be particulars in reference to which will' be announced to morrow. Nearly all the speakers ioTi ted from abroad have been heard from, and they assure the committee that they wilt be present upon an occasion which they anticipate will be second to no Convention or meeting which ever assembled in Indiana or in the West. Our advices from all parts of the State give ns the assurance that there will be an outpouring of the people oq the 20th oi May surpassing all previous demonstrations of the kind, and which will make It a memorable event in the history of the times. Governor .Ttorton on the Payment of the Interest on the State's Debt. We published on Saturday, Attorney General lloao's reply to the pretentious letter of Governor Mortox. addressed...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - MAY 11. Address of the Democratio Members OF TBE GENERAL ASSEM3LT TO TIIE PEOPLE OF INDIANA. Setting- forth the Illaiory lal Session, mid the fteawona why morenmd not been accomplished dnring Its Con atltntional Term. This document makes a pampllet of It pages, aod will be furnished (a any quantity. PRICE SI 50 PKK UN). AH ordera should direct the speeches to be sent by . xress, a tbe postage b one cent for each copy, aod must be prepaid. Address, ELDER, HARKNESS & BINGHAM, Indianepolis. The Conscription Act. SPEECH OK Hon. D. W. Voorhees. OX THE .CONSCBIPTION BTTiT,, In the Hons of Hepresentatives, February 23, 163. Tbi it one of tbe finest spreche of Mr. Voorhees, on a question now occupying a large "bare of public attention, and every voter In Indiana should have a copy. Demo erata should raise club to distribute thin largely in every School District in the State. It makes apamphlet of eight page. Price SI OO per 100. AH order should direct ...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13. The Governor on the Mute' Debt. His Excellency. 0. P. Mortox, Governor, &c, fa bis letter to Jam is Wisslow, Ejq , in a very elaborate od learned disquL-utio-i upon the term "appropriation," thus elucidates the meaning or definition thereof. We quote as follows from his pamphlet edition of that document, which we suppose is authentic. He says: "It is, a in all other cases, a question as to the intention of the Legislature, which U to be arrived at by the ordinary rules of construction. If it 1 the intention that money should be taken from jhe Treasury for a particular purpose, then such intention is the law, and :s an appropriation." Mark the language of His Excellency. An appropriation, he says, is the intention of the Legislature that money shall be taken from the Treasury for a particular purpose. The Legislature' intendi that a great deal of money shall be taken for particular purpose. Now for the application of the Governor's doct...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 May 1863

71 J J VOL. XXII, NO. 52. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, MAY 18, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,245. np i ANA STATE sent in WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL PtlSTSD AMD FftUSIlID BVKBT MOKDAY AT TBS IVEAV SEXTIIV EL OFFICE, SO. S SOUTH MEEIDIAS STREET, PPOSITE THE OLD POSTOFFICE. ELDER, IIARRNESS, & BINGHAM TERMS OF WEEKLY SEXTUTEL: necopy one year $ 1 50 Ten copies, and one to tbe maker of the club 15 00 Twenty copies, and two to the maker of the club. . 30 Oo Additions can be made to Club Albany time at tbe above ates. The names will b printed on each paper, without citracharge. A. A w-JLm fB . Onesqnare, one insertion $0 75 " two 1 00 " four " 3 00 Fere ach subsequent insertion, and for each Insertion of each additionaltqoare...... 33X Advertisements published in both the Daily and the IVdekly Scrnsat, will be charged the fall Dailyrates, i.h one-half the Weekly rat added. Announcing deaths with funeral notice attached, $1; without notice free. Marriaze Notices 50 cents. Notice of Festival, Pic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 May 1863

"WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, MAY 13. The Inlereat Question.. Governor Morton must concede that there is doubt whether the Sute officers bare the authority to pay the interest upoa th public debt, under -the proviaious of the acta of 1839 and 1661. , The Governor and the State officers bare alike taken an oath to support the Constitution and obej the laws of the State. And certainly Messrs. Ria the and Brett are gentlemen equal in honor aDd integrity to Hi Excelleucy. They desire that the interest on. the public debt should be promptly paid, and that all the creditors of Indiana should receive equal consideration. They cannot, however, recognize that construction of the Constitution which makes the "intendment" of a Legislature a law unto them. At the last session of the Legislature a committee was appointed to audit military claims against the State In creating this committee, it was no doubt the intention of the Legislature ih.it the claim thus allowed should be paid. But owing to the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 May 1863

r "WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, MAX 18. Address of the Democratic Members OF TEJJ G EXE UAL ASSEMBLT TO TIIE PEOPLE OF INDIANA. Setting forth the History of the late Session, and the Reasons why mwretistd not been acctinpllslted during Its Con stitntlonal Terni. This document make a pamphlet of IS pge, and will be furnished in aay quantity. PRICE 91 50 PER liH). AU ordert should direct the speeches to be tent by ex rets, as the postage U one cent for each copy, and must be prepaid. Address, ELDER, HARKXES3 it BINGHAM, Indianapolis. DEMOCRATIC STATE Xvass Meeting Wednesday, 20th May, 1863. Tbe mass meeting of the Democratic and other conservative citizens of Indiana will assemble in the State House yard, at Indianapolis, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1863, At 10 A."M., to consider the important questions cow agitating the public mind, and to give expression to the sentiments of Liberty, Constitutional Freedom, and love for the Union which has always been a marked feature in the conduct and histo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 May 1863

"WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - -MAY 18. Canraitln; the Act of the Admlnii tmion. There is a wide difference of opinion among leading Republicans in regard to the right and the expediency of the people discussing and passing judgment upon the acts of the Administration. We hare already Quoted the opinion of Mr. Justice Datis, in his charge to the Grand Jury now in session. He said: "Laws will be canTased the necessity for them, and the right to make them," and aUo, that "we may, and will differ in any great war, on the right manner of conducting it, and the wisdom of the policy purtied." These sentiments have the approval of Hr. Postmaster General Blair, one of the constitutional advisers of the President. A öbort time ago, Mr. Blais, aforesaid, addressed one of the "Union League" meetings at Baltimore, in which he caudidly confessed an unenviable degree of verdancy on the part of those who are entrusted with the administration of our public affairs, at a period which demands the highes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 May 1863

V 71 im j Jo i, i in THT YYTTT I 'Arn - 1 INDIANAPOLIS,:?., MONDAY, MAY 25, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1.24R. ' IN WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL rtiyrc axd rvBuaato syxbt mowpat at the .'JEW SEmEL OtFICE, SO. 1 SOCTH ITEBIDIAX STREET, " I'POSIXE THE OLD POSTOFFIC1. .ldcr. niRRNESs, & bingham ' - TERMS OF TVEEKLT SETTTSEL: ' 'neeepy one year..... 1 60 ien copies, and one to tbe maker of theclab-- 15 00 went copies, end two to the ma.ker of the clnb. . SO 00 h Additions san be m.nda to CI 30k aany tre at the abeve . Tbe names will be printed en ach paper, withoat k.ra charge. . . .... - . i . square, one inerlion... '. ..... ..SO 76 if, :" - two- " ... . 1W " four " X 3 0 .r each mhsecmcnt insertion, and far each lner- j tionofeach 44itaal square . ,332g sdvertisements published in both the Dally and the f dekly Ssstiscl. will be charged the fall Dailj' rate. Ithone-half the Weekly rat- added. ' Announcing death wita funeral notice attached, f i; 'ithout notice free. Harrises Notices 50 cent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 May 1863

demand at the hand of those in power the speedy j redress of grievances, and we have a right, whe"n ' the proper time shall come, , to put tlicm out of; power bj the peaceful' means of tbe bullot box, und that we intend to do. - 1 At no time before the present in the history of j oar country has it ever been questioned that'the pejple had a right to meet together in lawful and peaceful war toconsult in regaSI to theeoirnmon welfare. Now it is a fundamental principle of our Government that whenever a "majori of . tbe people so determine, tbej hare a periect right to alter and change tbeir government in euch manner as they fee proper. We have a right to canvass" the acts of tbe men who are in power," and it tbey do not conduct the affairs of the country in an acceptable manner, we hare a right to displace them. . .But we are told that we must not discuss the measures of the Administration in the conduct of . ,. the war lest we interfere with its success ia put- ,' ting down the rebell...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 May 1863

V art Austrian despotism. Cheers, and exclamations of "worse than an Austrian despotism." There is one more inquiry which demands an immediate solution. Are we to understand that the lawless and unconstitutional proceeding a.?ain.t which we protest is the inauguration of a policy on the part of those who administer the Government of the United State? Ia it intended to silence the voice of free discussion bj baronets and courts martial? A distinct negative to this question would remove the apprehension and alarm which now fill the mind of refleeting men. But such an assurance cannot be given until the unconstitutional aud atrocious sentence in the eae of YalUndi;bam shall be utterly reversed and annulled, and the victim re stored to his liberty and bis home. If the Chief Magistrate of the nation, the Commander inChief of the army, in virtue of his office, shall see his duty and shall perform it, he shall have my thanks and the thanks of a rrnteful people. The oath solemnly Uen by him...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 May 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, MAY 25 The ConreatUn. We publish thla rooming, as full a report of the proceedings of the Convention which assembled in thii city yesterday, as our pace will permit. It was the most numerous assemblage of the people ever held in Indiana to take counsel together upon the condition of the country. We hare attended all the public assemblages of the people at the State capital for years, and we only repeat the common remark of members of all political parties that the Convention vf yesterday was not only the most numerous that ever assembled io the State, but that in character it was the most imposing. -The crowd is variously estimated at from fiitr to seven tv-five thousand, and thev were nearly all voter?. The demonstration gave evidence that the fire of liberty yet burned in the hearts of the people. It was not an assemblage to advance party schemes, to nominate candidates for public position, or to promote the personal interest of men. The only object was to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 June 1863

1 7! J VOL. XXIII, NO. 2. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1863 WHOLE NO. 1,247. J J. t 7, r , f VEEKLY STATE SENTINEL mntsiis muniD itch lonil ittil " !YEW SEXTIIYEr, OFFICE, THO. J SOUTH MERIDIAN ST RE KT. PTOSITE THE OLD POSTOrtlCK. ELDER, IIARRNESS, & BINGHA3I '.ERMS Or WEEKLT SEJrTHfEL: neeopy one year ....................... ......9 1 SS Tea copies, and one to the maker of theclnt-" . 15 00 twenty copies, and two to tbe maker of tbe club.. 30 00 Additions can ba mads to Club at'anytim attbeabova atrs. The names will b printed oa each paper, without xtra charge. A. m. -ssr- A m A n gl Onqaare, ens insert Jon.. fS7 1 AA " . two " four " a oo - A VV a aa 2 W for each subsequent tnsertion. and for each inser won of each additional square S3 Adrertisemente published in both the Dally and tbe Wekly Sbttixkl, will b charged the fall Daily rates, vr th one-half tba Weekly rat- added. Amoaneinr d-atb with funeral notice attached, $1 without notice free. Warrlasre Notices...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - - JUXE 1. I.ojul Leaguei in Convention. There are three "Loyal Leigues" organized in -tbe State oT New York, and the are all base! npon a professed abnegation of partisan" tentiments end'sympathie. But ic turus out that each of these League are composed of cliques who are favoring the claim? of a political friend far the Presidency. Oa Tuesday lust the "National Loyal Leagues," as they are termed, met la convention in Utl?. These associations are in the interest of Mr. Secretary Chase. Ou the next day the so-called "Union League" assembled. It is said that they favor the interests of Mr. Secretary Sewakd. There is still another organizatioa.called the "Lincoln Loyal Leagues." Its corner tone of principle is the fartherance of the political fortunes of "Houeat Old Abe." How different are tbe teaching and the practice of the Republicans. They profess to ignore all party and partisan consideration, and with affected patriotism call upon the country to "rally ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 June 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL MONDAY, - VCNE 1. Address of the Democratic Members OP TBE GENERAL AS5KBELT TO TIIE PEOPLE OF 1ND11NA. Bettln; forth the Hiv-iory of the late Seitton, and the lleaaons whjr more It ad ntken accmpllslied during llCn tltntienal Terra. This document make a pampl Wt of ! pages, and will c furnished in any quantity. price i sorga 1110. AM orders should direct tb speeches to be sent by ures, at tbt postage U one ceot for each copy, and mast Be prepaid. Addre, ELOEB, HAKCSESSdf BINGHAM, Indianapolis. The Conscription Act. SPEECH OF Hon. D. W. Voorhees. OX THE CONSCRIPTIOIT BTT.T,, la the House of representatives, February 23, ls$3. This is one of toe finest speeches of Mr. Voorhees, on a eaetinunow occupying a Luge bare of public attention, and erery-oter in Indiana should hae a enpy. lXrraoerati should raise clubs to distribute this laraely In every School District ia ths State. It makes a pamphlet of eight pages. l'rice St OO per lOO. All orders should direct the speeches...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 June 1863

tit-aWi WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - -. - JUNE 1. A Sad Retrospect. Before the first gun was fired at Sumter the Indianapolis Journal advocated with el and ability the peaceful secession of all the States thit deiired-to withdraw from the Uuion. It ft-jtued that thi was the true policy of, the nation. And it repeatedly atated that a civil war was a worse evil th tn the is of a dozen State. Months after the w ir hvj beeo inaugurated the Journal in an article repeated its confidence in the positions it had assumed In f.tvor of peaceful ae cession, and it then expreed it willingness to permit the Rebel States to leave the Union, if they so desired, noon the single condition that they should lay down tlieir arms. With such a record the organ of the Rep-j'olican party pf In diana attempts to call In question our patriotism and consistency. . ' " Our neighbor is not yet prepared to shuffle off its mortal coil. It has too much to tepent of. The meanest traitor ii he who proves falge to his o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 June 1863

n I . Jl iLiL Mil j 1 .- 1 .-: I . 1 . i FOL, XXIII, NO. 2. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1863. TOOLE NO. 1,248. Fill 7i 1 1 o ii i j! --.;;- . : . .... V7EEKLY STATE SENTINEL mmo amo rrusaD bvkbv momvaj at tic JVEAV SEXTIXEL OFFICE, SO. J SOUTH MEEIDiAJt STRKJT, PPOSITE TIIH OLD POITOFriCK. ELDER, IIARRNESS, & BIXGIIAM TERMS OF TVEEKLT SE5TI5EL: ne copy ne year . ........ .f 1 hti Tea copies, and one to the maker of the club ..... . 15 00 rwenly copies, and two to the maker of the club. . 30 Oo Additions can be made to Club a 'anytime attheabove au. Tb aamea will do printed en each paper, withomt xtr a charge. irevtiMlnd. Dnesqaare.one Insertion..... ...9075 . " two 1 00 " ! fenr ' 109 ' FoTOach lubaequent iniertion, and for each inaer , tion of each additional square.. 33J JgAdTertieinenta must b handed In by Sunday to ecur- inoertion In the weekly. AtrertlKirenta published la both the Iat1yaod the Weekly i-'arriMtL, will he cb arced the fall Daily rates, T tnoue...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 June 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, JUNE -8. miliary and Clrll Conflict In Chi tTh Order Suppressing- the Chicago Times 71 ee tins of Citizens in delation Thereto Petition of Members of all Political Partie to the President for the Iteseindlngr of the Order. -The order of General Bvussmc BQpendlnthe Chicago .Tiraed caused intense excitement iuthat eitjr There were fears of t mob in consequence, but as the proprietor of the paper had appealed to the law to redress their grievances and determine their rights as citizens, by common consent it was agreed to submit to tlie leyal determination of the case. As a matter of public interest we copy from the Chicago Tost its account of the occurrences connected with the enforcement of General Bir.nside's order: m . At 11 o'clock. A. M., ou Tuesday, th publishers of the Times received the following noli fi cation: - Bt TiLiGiArn from IIkadqua lTras,) ' Cincinnati, June2. J Editor Chicago Times: . 1 . . . "! Yon iM-e hereby notified that I hare issued an o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 June 1863

?rresury, derived frprri t i Jat'tfn fur general Sute purpose, ufter lhe mrmciii of the ordinary x pcnaea of the Government, und of the interest on bouJ- of the UU, other than bank boAtl. hll be annuallv applied, ander the direction of the ueoertl A..embiv, to. tief ij merit of theTprlnci pal of the pnblic debt. ' Src. 3.' No money" shall b drawn from the treasury, but ia pursuance of appropriations made t7 law. Sectio two. it will be observed, directs that the iunda shall be annually applied "under the direction of the legislature," showing that there must be under that section a legislative direction, relating to each year; and section three points out how the legislative direction la to be piven, viz: by an appropriation of. the monev And sec. 8 of the act of February 22, 1661, (Acts lebl.p: 112.) enacts thus: "If the Auditor of St.it: shall draw nv war rant upon the Treasurer of State, solera there be money in the treasurj belonsrinc to the particular fund upon which the Mine ia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 June 1863

WEEKLY. SENTINEL. Xt 1 MONDAY, juxe s: Anoihtr Oritur. Major General ppkssi, tbe military commandant of the Department of 'the Ohio, the Governor of five States.) Ui issued an order aoppmsing the Chicago Time. The offen? of the Times fa cot stated. We bare but a word to ay on thia extraordinary" proceeding. A cause, a principle, a pofuyfcr' (iorej-nraenrthit cannot bear the light of JtowtlCTtioVfy'"''Ctue 40 corntBeiwTHta the intelligence an3 fop1ßJence of the peoIeT We bare been a f'onstajnt r eitler; of the Times, anJ wtua ?ay tlia. if loyafty mean fidelity to the Constitution," we bavenot seen one word in that print which öoes not express the utmost devotion to the Ünion and the principle noon which it was- founded. Elsewhere will be found GeneratBurnside'a order. , apprWaion'of ! Piei. ' .? We hare briefly allodeJ .to , the fact that General EcA?iDie bad by '.orders'; directed the au-pen3iou of the Chicago Times and the circa, lation of the New York World in his military departm...

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