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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 August 1863

IL Fl 'S ND 1 Et - 4 VOL. XXIII, NO. 12. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY; AUGUST 24, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,258 r tVEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, riim muMiD itiit ioimt it tu '. SO. I SOCTH MERIDIAN STREET. ELDER, niRRNESS, & DIXGIIA3I PvonvletoPM TERMS OF WEEKLY SENTINEL One copy one year...$1.50 Ten 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 Clubs at any time at the above rates. The name will be printed on eacb paper, without extra charge. Advertising. One square, one insertion...$0.75 One square, two insertion...1.00 One square four insertion...2.00 For each subsequent insertion, and for each Insertion of each additional square...331/3 Advertisement must be banded in by Sunday to secure insertion in the weekly. Advertisements published in both the Daily and tbe Weekly SENTINEL, will be charged the full Daily rates, with one-half the Weekly rate added Announcing deaths with funeral notice attached, $1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 August 1863

WEE&LY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - AUGUST. 24. Tbe Camrentlon of the War 1 mocraejr." The convention ot the e called "War Dmorscy" came off Thursday. Every e&Vt und aid had been freelf volunteered by tbe Republican leader td make It' imposiogMn1 character and numbers. The railroads roo half fare trains; Large eoloredpötater "announcing that Cass, und Diciixbox. ud'JoHX VAy Brüx, mid others would be present on the occasion were circulated over tbe State,' and the Republican rireaJ gave notorietjr to tbe convention and urged the attendance of all "loyal" to to, bot with all these appIliECW the convention may be regarded a a fizzle. Those wbo came locked as though they were attending e funeral, evidently feeling an anxiety that tbe corpse should be put out of sight as speedily ae possible. Look or er the names of those who are represeuted to have participated in the proceedings of tbe convention, eveo if they were present, and with two or three exceptions they have not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 August 1863

Democratic' Documents. Addrtn off the Democratic Tlriiib'r of the General" AmfbU; to tbe People of lud an, setting fonh the Mtory cf the Ists session, end the reasons why more bad not been accnroptUhed daring lit constitutional term." This docura-int make pimphlet of tisteen pug, and will be furnished In any quantity. Prte l S per boodjr'.' "- ' f i The? Conscript Act wpeeel off lion. D. W Yoorbees, on ch Cwiscrietion Iii :1, In the Bot of TtepresentsttTes, February 23, 1W3. This is one of the finest speeches of Mr. Yo-jThres, on a question row occupying a large abare of public attention. anJ evry citizen fn Indiana sboold have a copy. It ies a pampUet or eight pises. Irice $1 per hundred. -x v-. Xlio Liberty of the Citizen peeeh of Hon. V. W. Yo-rbee, d. Hvred In the Hnu-e "f RepreseMativ, February 18. V6X on the "Aft tolirfeojiiity the President and other perom for su-pending 'be writ of habeas enu, and arts done In pursuance thereof, la now orioted In psimblet form, and can b obt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 August 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - AUGUST 24t t Tl' Draft Ii cl. The loyal men ot th North r desirous that thw draft should speedily do its work; and they are determined also, to stand by their Government and maintain its power. Let the draft, theo, proceed speedily. Terre Haut Express. The Express means by the term "loyal men ot the North" the Republican party. The Repub lican party then say that the draft must proceed speedily. What the necessity for the draft, it our armies are everywhere driving the rebels to the wall? If such be the case the present status of the army can be maintained through the agency of volunteer recruiting. But if the draft must proceed, how is it with Indiana? Under the call of the President the quota of Indiana is set down at about 24.000. Her excess on previous calls fV troops is about 19,000. TIij would leave due from Indiana, to place her npon an equality with other States, nbont 3,000 men. Is there any necessity for a draft in this Stat to raise that number ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 August 1863

i ! ( 4 r iHi VT o vo a vrqvip .ill yOL. XXIII, NO. 13. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 1863. TOOLE NO. 1,259 V ) WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, rum rviuHis t thi woxday ittii OFFICE, 50. 3 80CTH MERIDIAN STREET, ELDER, MliKNESS, & BINCIIAM M T- VP . TF.R3J3 OF WEEKLT SE5T1SEL: 3ns copy one year $ 1 50 fen copies, and one to the maker of the club 15 Oo Twenty copiea, and two to the maker of the club, 30 00 Additions can be made to CI ab at any time a t th e above ratet. The name will be printed on each paper, without sxtra charge. One square, one Insertion to TS X w o 1 00 . " four " a 00 For each ubjequent insertion, and for each Insertion of each additional square 33X ; ßjAdvertiseruenta most be handed In by Sunday to secure inertion In the weekly. A-Wertisetnent puhliahed in both the Dally and the Weekly StMTiacL, will be charged the fall Daily rates, withone-half the Weekly rates added .. Announcing deaths with fnnerslnotice attached, 1; without notice, free. . Marria...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 August 1863

at YEEKLY SENTINEL, MONDAY, - AUGUST 31. The Monroe Doctrine The telegraph announces that Maximillian ha accepted the throne of Mexico. This interveutlon by European powers upon thU continsnt is to direct conflict with the traditional policy of our government is a violation of (he Moxioi doctrine. Will the American people tolerate the establishment of a monarchy in Mexico under the protection and fostering care of France? We expect the "abolition faction which has the control of the Government at Washington" will. Tbe part? in power will sacrifice all national self re pect to the single klea of abolishing slavery to the common injury of the white man and the negro. Such ia not the spirit of the people, however. They will demand that the Uuion be restored upon an honorable busis, and a common war be nude upon the foreign power who have taken advantage of our family quarrel to gain a loothold upon the soil of a neighboring State. Tbe Democrats have ever maintained the Moxiok doctrine,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 August 1863

Democratic ' Documents. Address of the Dssaaocratlc JIfmfctrt of th General Aasesbly ffl tbe People of Indiana, setting forth tos history of the Ute session. su1 the iumoi why more had not been accomplished during I s constitutional term. TbU document nuke a psmpblet of sixteen pages, and will be furnished lit any quantity. Price $1 50 per hundred. The Conscript Act Speech of lion. D. W. Voorhees, en tic Conscription Bill, la the House of Representatives, February S3, 1863. This la one of the finest speechea of Mr. Voorhees, on a question now occupying a large ahars of public attention, and evry eltizen in Indiana should bare a copy. " It wake a pamphlet of eight paee. Price $1 per hundred. The Liberty of the Citizen Speech Of Hon. D. W. Voorhees, delivered hi tbe House of BepresentativesFebruary 19. 13, on the "Act to Indemnify the President and otber perrons for suspending tbe writ of habea cornu, artd acta done In pursuance thereof, Is now printed In pamphlet form, and can be obt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 August 1863

AÜGUS1 31. The Uighl of our aoldiers to Vote. The tenth resolution adopted by the falsely Cilled meeting of War Democrat read a fol low: 10 That our volunteer, impelled by conviction of patriot duty, t leave their home and families for the privwion and d se of tbe campaign and the per l of battle and guerrilla warfare, have loet none of their rights and privilege a filow-Cit-en. and every effort under the law and for th'ir aaoditioatioB to receive there votre houid be made, and, eituated as they Are, in the f.ic cf tht reunion to tea it enermitie, Creir voice should be potential om tbe best mode and mesa fur iu auppreMion and tbe reMoritioo sf peace. v - . It wiU be observed that this resolution mattes no reference to our Sute Constitution, but spe.ks o a modification of our laws.. . Thfs utter igDoriD of the Constitution is the most dangerous and fUl tendency of the times. . " Section 11 of rticle 3 of the Constitution, after defining trief persons may enjoy the right of sufjrage.p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 September 1863

71 fj VOL. -XXIII,. NÖ. 1-t. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY," SEPT. 7, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,260 rip nii N Hi lb -'. . . WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, PtirrfB AJD mUSHID IVI1T WOSDAT AT TSC f.VEAVSEXTIiEL OFFICE, !0. 1 SOCTH MERIDIAN STEKKT,' ' '," ELDER, IIARRNESS, & BINGHAM , TEKMS OF WEEKLT SESTKJKLs . necopr one year .$ 1 50 Ten copies, and one to the maker of the club. -. . 15 Oo Twenty copies, and two to tbe maker of the club, 30 00 Addition! can be made to Club at any time at the above rate. The nameswill b printed on each paper, without sztra charge. ' One square, one insertion........... ...... .....fO 75 two " 1 00 i " four " J 00 For each sttbseqnentinsertion, and for each insertieaaf each, adiiitiooaHqnar. ...... ....... ' 33( tejf Advertisements mut be handed in by Sunday te ecor Inaertkm In the weekly. Alrertisement publinbed In both the Daily and the Weekly Sim.uL, will be charged the full Daily rates, with one-half the Weekly rate added Announcing deaths with funeral no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 September 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - - - sept. 7. : Profitable to f lie Kepubllcana. Out of the three and a half millions of dollars .which It is aUted on 'Republican .uthority the -Administration is expending per day on account t of the war, at least two and a half, or over 4 V hundred thousand millions; per -year, goes into the hand ot the Republican party in the payment .. of officers, men. contracts, adrertising, &c- How -natural it Ja that they, should .be infavorof waging war indefinitely, or until the Southern ,. system of slavery is extinguished. ' Outrageous Lying. a The Cincinnati Commercial of yesterday states editorially, as follows: . . " . t "We hare it on pretty good authority that Val- , Iandigham. Dia. Voorhee and Fernando Wood bare been in conclave at Niagara Falls, this 4 Mr. VooaHEn has not been out of Indiana for the, past six weeks. The Cincinnati Commercial knows this. What, then, the object of its itw'a- - moui falsehoods? What can be thought of a cause whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 September 1863

Democratic 'Documents. 1 addreaa of the. Dtmtcrnl'.t JTIeinber Of the General Assembly to the People of Indian, setting forth the history of the Ute se.sfon, and the reason wby more had not been accomplished during iu constitutional term. Tbl document makes a pamphlet f sixteen pages, an4 will be tarnished la any quantity. Price tl go pcrhaodred. The Conscript Act Speech of lion. IX Wf. Voorhees, on the Conscription Bill, in the House of ' BepreaenUtives, February 23,1563. Tita to one of tha llneat apeechea f Mr. Yoorbees, on a question tow occupying a largo share of pbblic attention, and evry citizen In Indiana should have a copy. It wakes a pamphlet of eight paces. Price $1 per hundred. The Liberty ot the Citizen Speech of Hon. D. W. Voorhee, delivered in the Home of Rep. reaentativesFebruary 13, 163, on the "Act to indemnify the President and other persons for suspending the writ f habeaa corpus,' and acts done In pursuance thereof," is now printed in pamphlet form, and can ba ob...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 September 1863

Y E E K 1 1 Y EN TINE L . MONDAY, - - SEPT. 7 The Jonriial 'makes Governor. Tod, ol Ohio, say in a recent speech that withio year Georg r E. ProH tuIiciteJ frcm him the position of a. colonel of a regiment. Who will belie? such a statement? The political enemies of MirPc6B io bjs own Su'e concede to him ability and integrity of thetiighest order' Cbaele AsDtasos the Republican candidate for the office of lieutenant Goremor, in a, late speech at Dayton, we believe, had the innnllneas to acknowledge )hat Mr. Pcoa stood foremost among the ablest men of the country. The idea that Gor Too or any other Governor, would refuse a colouelcy to such a man as Mr. Pcgh, is simply absurd. If he did. Gorernor Too not only publishes to the world hi. lack of aagncity, but we may say his imbecility No man with a grain of common sene will believe the statement that Gorernor Tod is made to say. And it Is a libel upon human nature to charge that the political principles of GanaoE E. Plgh. or his viaws o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 September 1863

v 71 J JIM VOL. XXIII, NO. 15. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, cgEPT. 14, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,261 I ND ANA STAT N r WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, rilJTBD ASD FVILISHZD EVRST MOKDAV AT THE EWSETIXEL OFFICE, yo. 3 SOCTH MERIDIAN STREET, ELDER, lURKNESS, & BIXGHABI TERMS Or WEEKLY SEITTIIIEL: Dneeopy one year $ 1 50 ro eopies, and one to the maker of the club . IS Oo Twenty copies, and two to tbe maker of the club, SO OO Addition can b made to Club. at any time at t he above rate. The names will be printed on each paper, without sxtra charge. One eqnare.one Insertion $0 75 " two " 1 OO " four " J 00 Fore ach subsequent insertion, and for each insertion of each additional square. ............. &&X fjj Advertisements must be handed in by Sunday to secur insertion in the weekly. A irertiaemeats published in both the Daily and the Weekly Skttisbl, will be charged thefall Daily rate, with one-half the Weekly rale added Announcing; deaths with fnneralnotice attached, $...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 September 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, -- - SEF1. 14. 2TMr. A Lixcolx, io his letter to his political friend in Illinois, intimites tbey have been on a big drunk. If not, what does be mean by the gfoctl admonition, "let ns be quite ober?" It is quite evident that the Government machine has not been run by ober men for the past two and half years. - - - The Danger mf m. Financial Crash. The New York Herald says: "It is the doubt in which the future policy of the Admbistration is involved, and the uncertainty as to the end of the war, which undermine the financial stability of the Government. Had the war been pushed forward with rigor and success, and had not imp issable obstructions been placed in the way of the return of the Southern States to tbe Cuion, there would be very little danger of tbe public credit beiug Impaired. But let the present unsatisfactory slate of things be continued fjr a little longer, and it will be very difficult to prevent a universal financial crash. The only possible pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 September 1863

DemocraticDocuments. Address of the Democratic If embers f tl General Assembly to tbe People of Indian, mUIii; forth the history of tbe Ute eeiidon, and t'ue reasone why cere had not Wen accomptisl ed daring iu constitutione! term. This document makes pamphlet of sixteen page, and will be furnished ta an qtuctitj. Price f I SO per hundred. The Conscript Act speech of Hon. D. W. Voorhees, on the Conscription BUI, in the Bmre of Representatives, February 33, 1SS3. This ta one of the finest speeches of If r. Voorhees, on a question cow occupying a large share of public attentioi, and evry citixen fn Indiana should have a copy. It wakes pamphlet of eight pare. Price 1 per hundred. The Liberty of the Citizen Speech of Hon. D. W. Voorhees, delivered in the House of Representative,' February 18, 163, onthe"Acttoiodemnify the President and other person for suspending the writ of habeaa corpus, and acts done in pursuance thereof,' la now printed in pamphlet form, and can I obtained at this o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 September 1863

arai YEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, SEPT. iT. rree f"pe?cti Free Pres and Frre Jim" It econst ruction. Such was the Republican motto in the Preiiidential canvasses, of 1S56 and I860. The party then in opposition exerciser the utmost latituie in criticising and denouncing the acts of the part in power. What was claimed to be a virtue then, is now regarded by the members of the same political organization as a heinous cria.e. There is freedom- of the press and of speech and personal libert at the present time upon one condition, mid that condition is a blind subservience to the policy of the party in power, regardless of its bearing upon the true interests ol the country. A. Liscoli, as a citizen, can discuss questions of public policy, from a partiian Stand point, with the utmost freedom, tut a Democrat is not permitted to enjoy the same privilege without being charged with disloyalty. The magnates of the Republican party can ex press them"lTes with the utmost freedom upon meaeores affecti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 September 1863

n Uli r0L. XXIII, NO. 16. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, SEPT. 21, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,262 r NB a vVEEKLY, STATE SENTINEL, rais-rt ao muiiio avaav moitdat at tb EAVSETIELOFFICE, 50. J SOUTH MERIDIAN STBEET, ELDER, IliRRNESS, & BIXGÜAM TERMS OF WEEKLY SE5TISEL: Dnecopy one year t 1 50 fn eopies, and one to the maker of the club. .. . 15 Oo Twenty copies, and two to the maker of the club, 30 00 Addition can be made to Club at anytime at the above rat. The rudm will be printed oo each paper, wit boat sxtra charge. One qnare,one Insertion ....... t 0 75 " two " 1 00 " four " 00 Foreach aubsequentinaertlon, and for each insertion u f each additional qnare.... 33 BäT Advertisements must be handed In by Sunday to aeeur Insertion in the weekly. Advertisements published in both the Daily and the W,-ltly -ttcsTtsai., will be charged the rail Dailyrates, with one-half the Weekly rate added Annoancinr deaths with fnneral notice attached, $1 without notice, free. , Marriage Notices 50 cen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 September 1863

i -WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - SEPT. 21. 127" The Journal man boasts that he has made a -great deal of money oat of the war. Did te er er contribute 'one cent Toluntarilj for the benefit of soldiers disabled by wounds or disease' Strength of the Government General Jackson, in one of his veto messages, in speaking of the strength of the General Gorernment, said: "Its true strength consist ia ving individuals and States s mach as possible o themselves; ia making itself felt, not in its power, bat in its benificence; not in its control, but ia its protection; not in binding the States more closely to the center, but leaving each to more unobstructed in Its own proper orbit." 37" Judge CoT, who has just been elected Governor of Maine, says that his first vote was cast for Gen. Jacxsox for President, in 1832, and that he has roted for every regular Democratic candidate for President from that time to the present, his last Presidential rote being cast for Mr. Docglas in I860. He also state...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 September 1863

Democratic Documents. A44ri wf cite Democratic ntubri of the. General Assembly to the People of Indiana, totting fortk tbo'bistory of the lata session, and tbe IMMH why mar had not been eooarapliked during Its constitutional tern. Thli document düu pamphlet f sixteen pages, and will bo furnished to any quantity. Price $1 M per hundred. The Cannerlpt Act Speech el lien. D. W. Yoerhees, oa tbe Conscription fcilLin tbo Boast of Representatives, February 33, 1863. TbU is ooe of tbo finest speeches of If r. Voorhees, od a question tow occupying a largo abaro of public attention and evry citizen in Indiana should hare a ropy. It makes a pamphlet of eight patres. Price $1 per hundred. Xba Liberty ml the Oilmen Speeds of Hon. D. W. Voorhees, delivered in the House f RepresentativesTebruary IS, 163, on the "Act to indemnify the President and other pemooa for suvpendlng tbe writ of habeas corpus, and acts done in pursuance thereof,' Is now printed in pamphlet form, and can be obtained at this...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 September 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, SEPT. 21. feriktetr?lircpresntatlont . The Administration papers seek every opportunity to misrepresent their partisan opponents. Failing to inspire the people with confidence io tb principles and policy they represent anl Irocite. they hope to secure a ancce? by a wicVed perversion of the motive and sentiment of the Democracy. The common charge of the Republican pre and 'Republican orators is that Democrats are disloyal, enemies to the GoTernment and sympathizers with traitors. Who are they that make these accusations? Do tbey come from a class who hare any more interest in maintaining a good government than the meo whose integrity and patriotism is thus impeached? A distinguished gentleman who occupies a high position in the so called "Union" party, a year or so ago, in a public speech, defined loyally to be fidelity to the Constitution. If then a strict adherence to constitutional obligations is the test of patriotism, how can the party which openly and s...

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