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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 June 1863

sent NJ) TA F ANA NE J Jo VOL. XXIII, NO. 3. INDIANAPOLIS, IND, MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,249. V VEEKLY STATE SENTINEL ruiTiD ahe rcsuaass bvkkt oti itiii XEW SEXTIIVEL OFFICE, HO. 3 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, PPOS1TE THE OLD POSTOFFICi:. ELDER, niURNESS, & BINGHAM TERMS OF WEEKLT SENTINEL: tnecopy one year ft 1 50 Ten copies, and one to the maker of the club. ...". 15 AO Twenty copies, and two to the maker of the club.. 30 0a Additions can be made to Club at'any time at the above ata. The names will be priuted on each paper, without xtra charge. One square, one Insertion..... .............. ...if 0 75 ' two 1 00 four ' " i oo Foreach subsequent insertion, and for each losertionofeach additional qnare. ...... ........ 333 J""Advertisemrt mast be handed in by Sunday to aecur- insertion in the weekly. A1vrtirtnenta published in both the Psilr and the kly -'msitL, will he charged the fall Daily rates. TUUont-hairthe Weekly rat added. ni ancinf daths with funeral noties...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 June 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - JUNE 15. The Orerntr'k Proclamation. The Governor last effort, which we published yesterday r U t-eom pound -of e g ia o r - ani tj.. pedantry and inconsistency. Tne tendier bas Influence and respect who by example illustrates the doctrines and precepts he Inculcates. But the man whose practice is inconsistent with his tenchings, do matter how eloquently and forcibly they may be set forth, makes do more impression than the pouriug of water through sieve. The people understand their duties and obligations to the Government equally as well as His Excellency, and the majority of the citizens of Indiana, whose intelligence snd patriotism he impugns, cannot but regard his proclamation as an urjustifiable impeachment of their integrity and capacity. We copy the following sentiment from the Governor's pronouciamento as a text for a few comments. He says: Let me exhort the people to moderation and tubmUsion to tit law, and laying aside their resentments and prejud...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 June 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - JUNE 15 TU Obi l(mcraiie Mai ranren lion. AU account agre thai the Contention of the Ohio Democracy which assembled in Columbus on Thuredar last, in numbers, enthusiasm and in intense feeling, was the most extraordinary that ever assembled in that State. It was intended only as a delegate Convention; but as ii by com mon impulse, the people came from ever por tion of the Slate to express their devotion to civil liberty. The demonstration was a ground swell of the people it was an expressiou of popular sentiment. It is a grand oiisuke of our politic1 opponents when they charge that either the press or what are termed prty leaders, excite or keep alive the deep feeling which pervades the masses of the people. For the first tiue, per baps, in the history of the country the people are ahead of the leaders. It is not any personal ambition any greed for position or the spoils of party victory that influences them, but solely the desire to maintain, unimpaired, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 June 1863

WEEKLY- SENTINEL; MONDAY., v JUNE 15. Ast Inquiry,. Mortification, which is the natural result of ft COnscioui -degradation, prompts ft citizen of the State oi Indian to the inquiry, how it ia that the Executive, without protest and without the sign of opposition, hn relinquished to the military au thorities the prerogative conferred upon him by the constitution and the Uws for the protection of the citizen. This m elicited from the fict that neither inrasion nor insurrection is within oar borders, nor martiil law prevails, nor tvj cause for suspension of the civil authority; then may not a citizen well inquire, why should he be arrested, torn from his ho me, hij f imily and friends, and arraigned before ft military tribunal for offences ehtrgeaUe clearly uner our statutes and answerable only before the civil tribunals of the i-'tate? One.TIan Power. The Governor is attempting to carry on the State Government opon his own account, and in doin so he assumes the powers and duties whic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 June 1863

ANA S A. r p s. IIIJGj VOL.' XXIII, NO. 4. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,250. v. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, . rITCP AID rVKUSHBD avaav aomi at tut . 4EAVrSE.TIXEff. OFFICE, 50. s sorrn meridian streit. ELDER, DARKNESS, & BIXGIIAM TKRMS OF WEEKLY SE5TISEU Oneeopy sna year. ........................... .v 1 50 Ten copies, and one to the maker c-f the club IS On Twenty eople, and two I the maker of the club, SO (M) Additions can ba made to Club at any tinje at the abor rates. Tbe name will be printed on each paper, without extra charge. . Od square, one insertion. 0 T5 two " 1 00 " four " 3 00 Frach subsequent insertion, and for each Inner tionofaach additional ttpiare. ....... ...... 33X Xo?" AJvrniiwmnU mat be Banded ia by Sunday to aecur insertion in tbe weekly. &leuiements published ia both the Daily and the Weekly .Skxtisci., will be charged the fall Daily rate, withone-half the Weekly rale adied , . Anao'iocin deaths with faoeralnotica ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 June 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - - JLTS'E '22. Indiana Called upon f or Si Jlonili Volunteers). Th ePres'd en t . h a s iss tied . areiui?i tion ju pon liidiaoaTor sixmbntlTa volunteers lävTevt oftEe threatened invasion of Northern icrrilory by the 'Jleber" force. t '.Adjutant 4 General 1 N4buw has issued an ordet calling upon each Congressional Dutfict fur. owe aegimeulfor thi .Mrvin-ffe hive no doubt that the call willt be promptly re- ; "sponded to. We presume that the members of the Horn Guards and Loyal Leagues will be anx- ' iou4 to illustrate their patriotUm in thd present exigency. Having had some experience in military drill, they will be better filted for the field than those who have not had that advantage. The troops who engage la the six month's ser- ; : rice under this call of the President, will be credited to the State upon any requisition which J may be made upon it under the conscription law. The fact that the President is calling for six . months' volunteers makes the i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 June 1863

Ar'- AVEEKIXMXINEL. MONDAY--'-' - - - "'JUNK. 22. ItuMicating 1'rrbapi. Some tea or twelve dra ago, Bis Excellency O. P. M., as Iiis conf.ileiiti-l friends and subalterns gave out, left the citj to spend a briet perioJ at Centreville. to look after bis farming interests and enjof a few days respite from the cures of State. His Excellency, after his arduous labors, needed a little time for ruciution, or recupera tion, or whatever you may call it, and he therefore betook himself, as did Washington and JlfrcKAOx. and M.iisox and Wnrr.i, and Clay. and all the pre it lights identified with American history and American ftme, to feed the chickens and the pi; to watch the gambols of his flocks and his. herds; to cultivate hia ctbh:ges, his rutabagas, his beet, onions, parsley and. parsuip; to ?ee the wheat ch.wige to its golden hue and ripeu for the sickle 6r some modern patent reip ing machine; to look uoon the rich meadow as they, mature for tbe cythef to hear the corn crack as it almost...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 June 1863

WEEKLY-SENTINEL Monday,- r - . JUNK 22. Tbe Mate Gtrtrnnirnt. Tbe people have beef Hi to believ that their Representative hatltlie right t direct ihe affairs of the Government, subject only to the limitations of the Constitution, Such, at all event?, I the theory of our institutions. What ue of Leis! tures or Congress, if they are not to provide (he means and make the appropriations for the jupport of th Government. In the content for popular, Hglus lü ül.ind, the Parliaments refused 9 cent of appxoprlallonsitil tbe despotic rulers vieUM the conceptions and limita tions of power demanded by the people. The people pay tb taxe-t, and ft fe their riht to make iucb Appropriation of-flia'rerthufs 3 thfv nHj ee fit Ami the executive and jidminiatrative officers of the -Government Hate no other duties torforra tut to . 'carry but the will of the people as expressed through their representative. Bat st new doctrine U pow finding apologist. , It U in favor of one man power. A Governor, whose...

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

tt tt n S T Ä IIFSE K M f Iii Mit Jo VOL. XXIII, NO. 5. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, JUNE 30, 1863; WHOLE NO. 1,251. V: WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL; raivrao ahb kiusvid etiit voidit ittm EWSEMINEL OFFICE, - NO. 1 SOUTH KKRIWAK STREET. ELDEIV niRKXESS, k BINGHAM TEEMS OT WEEKLY SETnSEI ( One copy one year..... . ..........$ 1 SO T?a copies, nii one to the maker of the club.... . J5 Oo Twenty copies, and two to the maker of theclnb, SO 00 Additions can be. ma4e to CI ah at any time at tbe above rate. Tbe names 111 be printed on caca paper, without extra charge. One aqnare, one insertion. ..................... f 0 75 two ............. 1 00 " fomr " 8 00 Foraaca subsequeat insertion, and for each insertion of each additional square 33 XfcgPAdvertlsemenU must be handed In by Sanday to wcuk Insertion in tbe weekly. A irertisementa published' in both the Dally and tbe Weekly Siniüii, will be charged the fall Daily rates, with one-hairtbe Weekly rate added Announcing deaths with faneral notice att...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, . - JUNK 2D. Dealing the Wind with Strau s . - Certain ambitious gentlemen.-whostyle themselves the Executive Committee of the War Democracy, of Indiana, held a meeting at 37 or 35 iPalmer Uoase. yesterday. AU or tbes distinguished personages assume to be Simon pare Democrats, yet each and all of then ia tbe can rass and election of Iasf year identified them sei -ei and co operated with tbe ultra Republicans. What claim can auch men have to the ;?nfidence of the Democracy of Indiana? They place themselves, according to their own record, in a most ridiculous and inconsistent attitude. What did they say in the canvass of laut year? They gare utterance to the sentiment that in the present crisis of tbe nation there could be bat two parties the friends and the enemies of the Government By affiliating with the Republicans, they indorsed the charge of the latter, that the Democracy were disloyal, or the enemies of the Government. If their assertion is true, that d...

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

t WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY", JUNE 29. Consenting Sboiitd t Uonr. Not only is it time tht "something should b done," bat something most be done, if the Integ ritj of the) Gorernment U preferred. Wt fin J the following comments in the Rochester Union upon the present condition of public affiirs. which can but receive the approval of every good ctt:zen. That psper says: We ' return . to a. rather familiar sul ject in thee column, but still one in which a vast amount of interest lives and will lire so lung as the war lasts. From the tlmo the 1'resident started off en the most stupendous campaign the world ever aw by calling out on the 15tli of April, 1(561 , 75,000 militU for the pp ce of three months, we hare embraced every suitable occasion to urge and show that both he and his advisers have never fully come up to a true appreciation of the struggle in f hich we are engaged, and conse quently hare never made adequate preparations to force the struggle to a successful issue. It is nsele...

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

WE EKLY-- SENTINEL. MONDAY, JUNE SO. ii i Letter fr mi Col. Walker IniiS ötaTt Aqtxcj, Ntv YoBi.JaneU. 1663. J Editor Scttixel: I have been '.jerauaded to ask you to publish a brief statement of facts in tonnection with the Allowing article, extracted from a late number of the Indiana, Journal. Speaking of the discharge of Capt Hughes from the service' of the United State?, the Journal "JobrTO. Hughes was a Captaia In the 35ih Indiana (1st Iri.-u) Regiment. As little can be .aid in prai.e ol hie military career in this State, aa of the way he began it. or of the way the War Office ended it. lie waa not a citizen of Indiana at all, bat. though the contrivance and aist ance f John C. Walker, then Colonel of the re jriment. he obtained a commission and a muster into the service, pronounced bj the War Depart bent a fraud. His 'irrposture,' as it m officially denounced, waa probably as ranch the work of the Cotanel aa himself, and if the former had not been dismissed for insubordination,...

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

71 7i j J Jo OL. XXIII, NO. 6. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, JULY 6, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,252, r No ANA STAT N JLU J WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, PBIVVKD AU ri'lUSKID ETIBT BOBDAT AT TBK XEWSEXTIIVEIi OFFICE, XO. J SOCTH MERIDIAN STREET. ELDER, IIARKNCSS, k BIXGIIAM TF.RS3 Or WEEKLY SENTHFEL: One copy on rear $ 1 SO Tn copies, and one to the maker of the club. . - 15 Of) Twenty copies, and two to tbe maker of the club, 30 00 Addition can be made to Club at anytime at tbeabore rate. Tbe name will be printed on each paper, without extra charge. .raX. mreaAfln One square, one imertlon to 75 ' two " 1 00 " four 44 3 00 For each subsequent insertion, and for each insertion of each additional square 33f t& Advertisements mast be banded in by Sunday to ecur- insertion in tbe weekly. Aivertiseraent published' in both the Dally and tbe Weekly SarrwaL, will be charged the full Daily rates, with one-half the Weekly rate added Amoanctntf deaths with funeral notice attached, 1; without notice, ...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, JULY 29. ttliere tu iteaponai billt) ! . The Journal, wiih its usual unfairness ind orscrupulousness, publishes theJetteraofWimow, Laxier & Co., of liew York, in reference to their proposed advance of greenbacks to pay the July interest qn. the Sute debt, but fail to publish the letter of Col. Walkee, the State Agent, giving hi reason for declining the proposition. It pronounces the letter of Col. Walker "a, vulgar and m .licious sttack upon the Governor." If such was the f..ct, whj not let its renders Me the production, so that they could judge of its character themsel ves? This the Journal and the Governor were afraid to do. They fully realized that the reply of the State Agent was a crusher, and that it let too much day light upon the Governor's corrupt designs in usurping and attempting to usurp powers which no good eitizan can approve. The whole argament upon the interest question is in nut-hell. The Governor's political friends seceded from...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL MONDAY, - . JULY 6. Tit lief udiatwrw. Moaroy t Co. preach obedience to law, bat thev repudiate and decry law whenever their persona! or part? Interest will be subserved by so doing. AlottTO labored bard to gt the State officers to riolato their o.nhs of office tnd the Constitution and laws of the State, to advance his personal schemes, and because they refused to do hi bid Jit) k he charge upon them the folly and obloquy of hi own act. If he had had any regard for the true interest of the State, all her obligations to both home and foreign creditors would have been promptly met. Thia he well uti!er4tood when the last Legislature was in fusion. He and t'tie Republican members of the House roide no concealment of the fact that if the 1 alter bolted aeceded -the necessary appropriations would fail, and thus force a repudiation of the Obligation- of the State. Tie broke the quorum of the Uouae with a full knowledge that such would be the effSct of that act The facts in ...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL MONDAY, JUSE 6. From Wellington. Cosditiox or ArfAiaam fisSfTLTAXu "Thi UoVkBSMtST'' Ca5 SOT UtLT THAT StaTI. BIT Till Hia to DrrcD HtasELr I;xstlTA.MA DtrtSDkD iSOLELT BT 24 EW YoBE AND 2iw JkEKT Tub Chicago Tints "Sirre&sed" ix thi Middlk Department. Special Correspondence of the Chiacgo Tim. Washisotox, June 24. Your render will smile wlieit they learn that the Chicago Times has been "nuppressed" in the "Middle Department," commauded by the dough ty Schenck, the vanquished hero of Vienna. The Aliiklle Detriment uow consists only wf the St tie of M trvlaud and the nottberu part, "of Vir eint. Pennsylvania is fortunate enough to be uu relieve! from the military management of a mere politician. Her mua.irr concern will be tn inured now by her own Governor, und by two excellent soldier. Gen. Couch and Gen. Brook Henceforth she will rely on herself for protection; and, (to far as Sute emasculated as she had bet-n can do so, she will protect herself. Jt is a...

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

JL r T 1 j r i t m. XXIII, NO. 7. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, JULY 13, 1863. WHOLE NO 1,253. nn I NO ANA S" T 5 TMSE 'W 4 WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, MISTED ADD PUBLISHED IVKIT MONDAY AT THB ,EW SETI.-VE Is OFFICE, NO. 2 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, ELDER, niRRNESS, & BINGHAM TERMS OF WEEKLY SENTINEL: One copy one year ..$ 1 SO Ten copies, and on to t a maker of tke elnb ..... 1 3 On Twenty copies, and two to the maker of the club, 30 00 Additions can b made to Clubs at anytime at the above rates. The names will be printed on each paper, without extra charge. VaV. mM. -mr w JL so M. arm . One square, one Insertion........... ...... .....t9 T5 two " 1 00 " four " 1 00 For ach subsequent insertion, and for each Insertion f each additional aqaare.. ............ 13X fjyAdvertisenieota most be handed in by Sanday to secure Insert! -m In the weekly. Advertisements pnblished In bethtbe Daily and the Weekly SarnaaL, will be charted the fait Daily rates, with one-half the Weekly rales added...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - JULY: 13 I'MUttt Will They Do with the .loney. In a column and a quarter article in the "Jour ' iul, of yesterday, Moetox & Coexpreu their deep tribulation about the none 61 Jhe' Sinking Fund and the State Treasury, and anxiously inquire whaUwill the .officers .who, have, those funds in charge do with them? We can ans wer briefly., , Those oflicert, will keep Jhose,. funds just as the laws prescribe until they are authorised to disburse them in pursuance of appropriations mt'ii by law. The coutemptible . flings of Mowtoj Je Co. against the integrity oftbe State officers and the Commissioners of the; Sinking Fund are unworthy o( notice. , But the Governor really feels solicitooa about the ifety of the public moneys in the hands of those officers, why does be not use the means at his control tn hare them applied to the payment of the indebtedness of the State? The people ol ' the State are asking this question. They know ' the . money is safe whi...

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

II WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, JULY 13. Tlie Uprising. The raid of Morgan baa demonstrated that tbe people of Indiana will unite as a man to defend their homes and drive the invaders from ber soil. Upon a few hours' notice Indianapolis is filled with valiant men ready for service, and in a few days, if the necessity continue, an army will be improvised fully prepared for efficient service. All through the southern border the same enthusiasm exist, and as the enemy progresses he will find a foe everywhere to re$i?t him. We can not divine the object of this invasion, and tbe accounts of the number of the enemy widely differ; but this we know, that only a rapid retreat from the State will prevent the capture of the raiders. The people of Indiana at home will maintain the high reputation for gal lantry and bravery that her sons have achieved in. the field. Peace Propositions It appears that Mr. Limcol and his official adviser are thinking about terms of peace. When those high in authority ...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, ? JULY 13. T&e interest Questian. In our paper of the 1st of Jnlj we published tbe correspondence between Colonel Joh.x C. Walke. Ageot of Suite, anl Messrs. Wixsiovr, La nice k Co , in regard to tbe proposition of tbe latter, upon certaiu condition, to ad ranee money tj pa j tbe interest due on that date. This correspondence occurred on tbe 524th, 25th and 26d d.m of June. The final proposition of Wisi-l-o w. Lasur Co was as follows: That you should, in the capacity of the A cent of State, go on and pay each creditor entitled thereto on jour dividend books, taking the receipt of each in the o.-mal form, you to draw jour ß.cial check on bur house, to the order of each party entitled thereto, expressing on the f4ce of ouch check that it la jriven for the July dividend on stocks. Thee checks we will pay, and hold the same our vnuchrrt until t wo are reimburse'. . r i This offer was declined bj Col Walke, on the 26th of June, and on tbe same day be ...

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