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

1 71 - st r'rm irn rl J m. XXIII, NO. 7. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, JULY 20, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,254 r 1W DIANA Iii WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, r SI XT CD AID rVSUSHKD IVEBT MOSOAT AT THE X E W S E 'TI M5 OF FI C E, SO. 3 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET. ELDER, niRRNESS, & BINGHAM TERMS OF WEEKLY SESTI5EL: One copy on year $ 1 50 Ten copies, and one to the maker of the club.-... 15 Oo Twenty copien, and two to tbe maker of the club, 30 00 Add itiona can be made to Club at an y time at tb e above ratet. Tbe name will be printed ou each paper, without extra charge. One square, one insertion 0 TS two 1 00 " Tour " a 00 Fore ach subiequent insertion, and for each Insertion of each additional square 33 fty Adverti emeots mnt be handed in by Sunday to secur- Insertion In the weekly. Advertisements published In both the Dally and the Welcly STTi.tL, will be charged thefall Daily rates, with one-half the Weekly rate added Announcing deaths with funeral notice attached, fl; without notice.free.....

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

-A WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, JULY 20. The Siale Agency Horton' JIUrcpresentatione. It ih charged in a recent number of the Journal, instigtted beyond doubt by Governor Moetox, that CoL Walkes, the Agent of State, had receired $23,000 from his predecessor in office, which he refuse! to pay to the creditors of the State. That money was the balance left in the hands of the Agent of State to pay the interest upon bonds which bad not at that time been called for, due on the 1st of last January. That balance is bow mostly exhausted. Either Governor Morton was inexcusably ignorant of the appropria tion which should be made of the balance receired by Colonel Walkes from Colonel HrDaojr, or else by misrepresentation he wished to make the impression that the Agent of State refused to apply the funds in his hands to the payment of the debts of the State. But the malice of the Co rem or failed in its object. Refusing to obey the laws of the State himself and usurping authority which every good c...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, JULY 20. Tbe Centralization ef Pavrrr. Oar peculiar form of gorernwent has been th admiration of the most philosophic! and purest men of the age. The idea of those who framed it waa to secure the liberty of the citizen, and it is conceded bj all who comprehend the nature and workings of our institutions that they most happily accomplished that object, which is, or should be, the corner stone of every good government. Da Tocuetille. the celebrated French writer, ia his able and comprehensive history and analysis of our political institutions, regards them aa the perfection of humn wisdom, hi not only comprising all that is good in government, but as the means of preparing or educating the people to gOTern themselves. He illustrates this idea by showing that in township organizations, ia county organizations, in State organizations and in the General Government that the people are the source of power and he demon strates from the successful working of the inst...

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

t WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, JULY-2ft. I lie ;er erk Itlot. The Republican papers generally charge that the recent riots in New York City were instigated by Democrats and that they were occasioned by partisan opposition to the draft. There are no fact. that will justify these assertions, and they are without foundation in truth. The riots occurred arson the poorer classes in New York, who were unwilling U be forced into the army by conscription. ' In all countries where conscription ha been reported to to rntee armies, the measure ha met with violent opposition from the n.MSM. Xapoleo.h I.' drajrjred tuen in chain from their homes and compelled them to senre as soldier. In France the conscript was enforced without reffard to party or political opinions, ami the resistance came from those wbo. were opposed to being forced into ihe army regardless of the justice or injustice of the war in which the nation was engaged, or sympathy for the dynasty in power. In New York the difficulty comm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 July 1863

71 J Jo OL. XXIII, NO. 8. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, JULY 27, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,255. nn NB STATE N Tm 73 1 f 6; WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, PBIMTIB ARD mLUBII TUT MOKDAT AT THE XEWSEIYTIIVEI, OFFICE, NO. 1 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, ELDER, DARKNESS, & BINGHAM TERMS OF WEEKLT 8KXTINEL: Onacopy on year... $ 1 SO Ten copiei, and one to the maker of the dab 15 Oo Twenty copies, and two to the maker of the club, 30 00 Additions can be mxle to Club at any time at the abova rates. The names will be printed on each paper, without extra charge. One square, oae Insertion f 0 75 two " I 00 " four " S 00 For each subsequent Insertion, and for each insertion of each additional square. ............. Jgjy"Alvertienients most be handed in by Snnday to secure insertion in the weekly. Advertisements published in both the Dally and the Weekly Sa.vriL, will be charged the fell Daily rates, with one-half the Weekly rales added Announcing deaths with funeral notice attached, $1; without notice, free....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 July 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - - - - JULY 27. Xlie .Tlorgan Haid. . In conversation with a Major of a Wisconsin regiment, who was in the battle of Gettysburg, a few days ago, he remarked that he did not believe there was any disloyalty in the North. The people differed, aa they had a right to do, about the policy of the party in power, but this difference was no evidence of a want of patriotism or derotion to the Government. These sentiments be said were entertained by the army of the Potomac. We allude to this conversation, coming as it did from a rank Republican, to show the difference between a brave man who had periled his life in the service of his country and the stay-at-home Republican whose business it is to make political capital by misrepresenting the motives, sentiments and acts of their political opponents. The Morgan raid, which the Journal pronounce most remarkable, is an illustration of what we have stated. When it was announced that Morgan had crossed into Indiana with a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 July 1863

0 WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, JULY 27. Foreign Intervention. The news from abroad presents tome indica1 tlons that Loci Napoleon intends to interfere Id American affairs. If be does, it will be with either the acquiescence, or co operation of the leading European Governments. We hare no doubt but it is the anxious desire of those powers that the rebellion should be a success. Tbej prefer that there should be two independent con" federacies, jealous of and antagonistic to each other, rather than one powerful government upon the basis of the old fjaion. How far tbej wili be willing to interrcne with "material aid and comfort" to assist the Southern Confederacy remains to be seen . So long as the contest was about equal, the foreign powers sympathizing with the rebellion eouUl look upon the exhausting war to both rectiocs with apparent indifference, but now the case presents a different aspect, and if there is aoy purpose on their part to aid in establishing the Southern Confederacy, they...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 July 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. IONDAY, ,-. - -- JULY 27. lb Dralt n4 Sla Lnlarcement. The Fort Wajne Sentinel, of a recent date, expresses the appreheosion that the draft will be ordered end enforced in Indiana, as it was in New York, without tnj notification whatever to the public in advance. We learn from official sources that there has not jet been any order re. ceived for a draft in this State. If it be true that the number apportioned to Indiana under the present levy, U 24,420, and that she Is to be credited witn her excess, on previous levies, of some 17,000, we see no necessity for the enforcement of the draft in this State, for there can be but little doubt that our quoU of 7,000 can be easily raised by volunteering. And what apology can there be for a draft, in any event, if the President and the War Department correctly Inform the country when they state that the present forces in the field are everywhere driving the enemy to the wall? Bat be this as it may, if a draft should be ordere...

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

I r 1 t J J j Jo m. XXIII, NO. 9. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,256. W7 N i WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, mm i niUMiiD itiit aoniiT irm XEAV SENTINEL OFFICE, SO. 1 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, ELDER, H'RRNESS, & BINGHAM TERMS OF WEEKLT 8E5TISEL: Onacopy on year $ 1 50 Ten copies, and one to the maker of the club 15 o Twenty copies, and two to the maker of the club, 30 00 Additions can b made to Club at any time at the above rates. The name will be printed oa each pjoer, wlthont extra charge. One square, one insertion..... -.0 75 " two " 1 00 four .. 1 00 Foreach subsequent insertion, and for each insertion of each additional square. .......... . ,3SX 9AdrertisemenU must be handed In by Sunday to secur Insertion In the weekly. Advertisements published' in both the Daily and the Weekly Sc-rriüKL, will be charged the fall Daily rates, with one-half the Weeklyrates added Announcing deaths with funeral notice attached, 1; withatnotice,free. --...., Marriage Notic...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - - AUGUST 3. Urough on Lincoln la .the "(treat speech of the Hon. J oh x . BaovGn," as the Cincinnati Commercial terms it, iu that city on Monday evening last, the Republican candidate for Governor, is reported by tbat print to hare said; . -' Well, the President u elected by tho votes of the Northern States constitutionally elected. He had a majority of the electoral rotes. Who was he? Why a Kentuckian a natire born Kentuckian, an old Henry Clay Whig a con . serratir on the subject of slavery, amounting almost to a pro slavery man." It is by such dishonest statements, for they " ran be characterized by no milJer term, that Mr. Brougb hopes to deceive the people. It is true that Mr. Liscotx was "elected by the rotes of the Northern State constitutionally elected." But Mr. Broi on admits that eren the Southern leaders could make no pretence for rebellion so long as the Democratic party remained intact in this' country, and, to ose his own language, "it could...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 August 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - - AUGUST 3. The Heal Con pi racy in the Late Itiats In New York. The New York Herald mjs: The mystery that enveloped the events of the week of terror in this city is fast being cleared away. The nest of the conspirators has been probed, and they now stand before the public ia their hideous forma. When we saw the Trioune, Times, and Post, day after day, amid.st the tumultuous and trying scenes in this city, filled with bitter, acri monioua and bloodtUrsty article, we conclude that there was some secret under aud behind all the disturbances which was purposely hidden from the general public. Time ha verified our suspicions. Facts that bare come to light within the ladt few day conclusively prove that the incendiary course of the radical journals was prompted solely by a fixed determination to iu crease the extent of the riot and to force a col lision between the State and national authorities. The latter poiut accomplished, it was to be fol lowed with the de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 August 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY,. - - - - V AUGUST 3. The Escape ! Lee. The New York Herald aay: "We only knew, from the facta before os at present, that Lsk has escaped out of the Sheuandoah Valley, that he can escape to Richmond withont a battle if he desires to do so, and that he has evidently no deire for another battle without some considerable additions to hin army." The countrj roajjiow expect the resignation of Mr. Secretary Staxtox. He puliclj declared that if Lee's army escaped destruction it was because ftt was en fit to be Secretary of War. Th Peace nrcmnUla tbaCaklnct The Washington correspondent of the New York Herald telegraphs to that paper, eoder the date of the 24th imrt that terms of peace are to be offered to the South by the representatives of our Government. This statement is predicated upon information from abroad which indicates that France and England intend to aid the Rebel Government in maintaining Its independence. The interference of France in Mexican affairs, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 August 1863

71 071 J J r ) OL. xxni, NO. 10. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1863. WHOLE NO; 1,256; np 1 ND (O rip a 'pi ö 1 A 1 SEN T I 72EKLY STATE SENTINEL, riTCD axd musniD sviay mosdat at the EW SE.TIA EI. OFFICE, XO. 3 SOCTH MERIDIAN STREET. CLDEH, IIIRRNESS, k BINGIIAM TERMS OF WEEKLY SENTINEL: 3ncopy en jrf ir t 1 30 Tii copias, anl one to the maker of theclnb- 15 To Twenty copies, and two to tbe maker of the clb, SO 00 Additions can hsmade toClubsat anytime attbeabove rates. The name will be printed on each paper, without sxtra charge. One square, one iniertion to 75 two " 100 " four 5 00 Fureach sabeque nt insertion, and for each insertion of each ad-litional square-. . 33j f"Advertisement mat be handed in by Sunday to ecur- insertion in tbe weekly. AtvertUements published in both tbe Daily and the Weekly Scrri!KL, will be charzed the fall Daily rates, with one-half the Weekly rate. added Announcing deaths with funeral aotice attached, ft; without notice, free. Marriai Notiee 5...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 August 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, AUGUST 10. The Public Printing. The Journal hag something to say about the corruption of public printers. Btaai R- Set eaova was onr a candidate fur that position. To secure it he agreed to give the editor of the Lafayette Courier fire per cent upon all his bill as public printer if be would use his Influence to elect him. He did, and Beut was elected. The contract to that effect was signed, waled and delivered- The editor foresaid came over to get his sbare of the spoils Buir repudiated bis contract, declared that it was invalid in law and not worth a d n. He refused to fork over. "When bis honor was appealed to he couldn't see It. Finally a law suit was threatened and a pub liceiposure of the whole affair. This brought the gentleman to terms. Under that pressure, and rot until then, did he let down and fulfill an honorable contract. This is the man that edits the court organ of His Excellency, O. F. II. Could a fittener man be found for such a position? Tr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 August 1863

"WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - AUGUST 10. Skxtineu! Do Yoi Dutt' We would urge upon every Democrat the duty and ioiportance of increasing the circulation of the Sentinel. "We ask the working men of the party. In every township in the State, to go to work at once and et up liste for the Weekly Sentinel. You con do it with little effort among your neighbors. If you lore yoir country, and beliere that it can only be saved by the succeaa of Democratic priu ciples, give your aid to keep up the Organization, and extending the circulation of papers that de fend those principles. We feel that we have a right to ask the assistance of erery Democrat in extending the circulati n of the Seutinel. Qo to work at once. Perverse Ikying-. There is an old maxim which reads, false in one thing, fake in all. The central organ of the Republican party knowingly and willfully lies for the single purpose of covering up, or thereby attempting to do so, the wickedness and corruptions of the party it represents....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 August 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, AUGUST 10. Can't Sse it. Th Journal editor can not see any points In Col. Walkzk'i letter. Ia that regard he la singularly ignorant. lie may be obtuse but the public are not. Son are to blind aa tboae who are unwilling to tee. The Jourral man alludes to mathematical lines. He baa breadth and th ick neu, but no depth. Duily his readers hare h!a shallowness exposed. Like the ostrich, he ticks Lir nose into the ground only to make more apparent his prominent parts. ' Tle Kentucky- Election Never was there a greater mockery upon the freedom of elections than that which occurred in Kentucky on Monday last. It is a disgrace to the nation. - The elections in France and Austria are pure and free expressions ofv sentiment in comparison. We hare stated time and again that we are rapidly approaching a central despotism more oppressive thau the most arbitrary governments of the Old World, and if any of our readers have had any question of it, that doubt will be removed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 August 1863

V 7 .''!jj ilJZ:(J;si2: . ... OL. XXIII, NO. II. INDIANAPOLIS; IND., MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1863. . whole: no: -1,257 .' ' ,, f .: t . ' ' ' "' - ' . .,.;! .'.. v.. . ....-'-. j t . . .- . . , . . . ' ' " ' ' - " ,. ' " ' - " ' . ' ' ' - . - ' ' . . i . . . ; . T- " ' ... V WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, raiüTBB AXD rVILIHKD ITIIT 0!tWr AT T VriirWr VTf T I iirrirp' .w Jfc ta.w A liH iu It Irr r IL Ijj SO. S SOCTH IfEKIDULN 8TÜEET. ' . , - ; , ! , ELDER, IMRRNESS, & BINGHAM TERMS CF WEEKLT SETIXEL: ; 3neenpv one year ...t 1 30 rn -pte, and n to the malt of tbretnb -' 15 0 Twenty eopien, and two to til waiter of the et.bt SO 00 a.4liUna ean b mHe toClntwat anytime at the above rt Tfc ; names wilt b)riiteioa each paper, witkoat ;stra charge. One iiare,ne Insertion.. ... . ........ ...ft TS ; " twe .........loo " . four , " 0 Fore ach subsequent insertion, and for each Imtrtlori f each additional inare. ..... ........ 33 " AdrrrtlMninti noKt be handed in by Sunday to ser-lu-iernou in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 August 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, AUGUST 17. sibary lrctic. His Excellency, O. P. Moetox, exhibits great fitUocUt genius. He has disbursed about two haudred sdJ tweoty thousand doli out of a hucdrad thousand dollars appropri-ttion.' A gen tlemiQ who manifests such financial ability should have charge of the national finances. Ä e .-A Queer Comparison The editor of the eoort organ occaaionally - compares oar Government with that of Jar. Dati, and because it is not st oppressive tu the citiMn be therefore claims that the people of the United 8uts hare do cause or right to complain of the tnal-ad ministration, corruption end despotic seta of the party in power. The argument amount to this, tbe lesser crimes shoald be tolerated became larger are committed. Republicans may, but Democrat ' do not propose to make tbe Southern Confed eracy the standard by which onr own Ooveroment shall be judged. The rebel taxation may be double or treble our own, but because it is SO that is no justification for th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 August 1863

YEEKLY!." SENTINEL. MONDAY, AUGUST 17. - Skstiix3 Do Yean Dctt! We would urge opoa every Democrat the duty and impurtanct of increasing th circulation of the Sentinel. We ask tbe working men of the party, la erery township la the State, to go to work at once and et op list for the Weekly Sentinel. You can do it with little effort among yoar neighbors. If you lore yo:r country, and believe that It cud only be saved by the success of Democratic principles, give your aid to keep up the organization, aud extending the circulation of papers that de fend thoso principles. We' feel that we have t right to k the assistance of erery Democrat In extending the circulati a of the Sentinel. Oo to work at once. The Draft in New TorK. The J ndge Advocate General of New York, in a report to the Governor upon the irregularities of the enrollment b that State, proves most conclusively that the grossest partisan favori;iim was practiced. Taking the vote of It 60 as the bis, the following facts are dev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 August 1863

YEEKIA SENTINEL MONDAY, - j AUGUST 17. 'Ctod Payi"vN Sotnetbiiij hsi cut the court orgnn and its particular frieuds to the quick, for it has.been as rabid as a mad-dog, and 9 doggish loo, for the past tea day. -The people can ree that tb abi maUhave been atiired up with a sharp tick, heue the growlic, of the big beast and th chattering of tfc tnonkeva. After a thorough io estimation of the matter, the discussions of jit occupying soro ten or fifteen columns of that print, the court organ charge that during ur term of offlce as public printer, wt "pocketed $3.000 as stealings, not as proßt on work." Supjose the court orgn has made out its cae oul, wrong doing a justification of the editor's malfeeuces, of tbe corruption- of the party in power, of its se'es extraragancea and of the robberv of hundreds of million of dollarvtrfm tbe public treasury by Republican office holders ft 4 favoritest If w "pocketed $1,009 isr'ealiugs.'Mt was during a time of peace-' Dot when tbe aation was engi...

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