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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 September 1863

V0L. XXIII, NO. 17. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, SEPT. 28, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,263 WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, mmi ah rvausas btbbt ovat at tss XEWSEXTIXEL OFFICE, NO. I 80UTH MERIDIAN STREET, . ELDER, niRRNESS, & BINGIIAM TERMS OF WIEKLT SEHTI5ZL: One copy on year f 1 50 fen copies, nd one to the maker of the club. . . 15 On Twenty copies, and two to tbo maker of the club, SO 00 Addition can b marie to Clans at any time at tb bore ratet. The names will be printed on each paper, without sxtra charge. .t'retlaln. One square, one insertion f 0 75 two 1 00 " four " a oo Fore ach subsequent insertion, and for each Insertion of each additional tqnare 33 Advertisement must be handed in by Sunday to secur insertion in the weekly. . Advertisements published in both the Daily and the Vfeekly Sesrufai, will be charged the full Daily rates, with one-half the Weekly rate added Announcing deaths with faneralaotice attached, $1 without aotice.free. Marriage Xotices 50 cents. Notice of reattva...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 September 1863

i . a - , 1st. Prescribing, bv the designation ol "dis- ; WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - - - - - - - - SEPT. 28. A Democratic friend, professedly so at least, : finds fault with ns fo" publishing torn articles criticizing unfavorably the national currency act. His argument is, that we most bate a paper backing system, that it is a necessary evil, hence there should be no opposition to the proposed national banking scheme which received the sanction of Congress at its last session. We make oo war upon individuals who may engage in the business of banking under that law, but we oppose the system as at war witb every principle of sound political economy. The Democracy, under the lead of Jackso, made war ' against a national banking system as not only a dangerous political power, calculated to subvert and overthrow public . liberty, but aa a financial error. A currency which has no real aloe and which can be indefinitely expanded, must produce commercial revulsions, with the wido spread eri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 September 1863

before It pickets were driven in. it Found itself literally surrounded by thrice its numbers, who came on with their infernal yells, pouring voile; after roller of deadly bullets into the verv bosom of the gallant brigade. For a. moment, it was thrown into confusion; and that moment sufficed to place the rebels upon its front, flanks and rear. Bat it was not destined to surrender. T be 2d. 3.11. and 94th Ohio, tbe 3Sib Indiana, the 10th Wisconsin, and Loo mis' battery, are composed of tbe best material in their respective States; tbeir commander, Scribner, bad succeeded in infusing into them bis own magnanimous a cd gallant spirit. Gathering together their broken ranks under the infernal fire which every instant mowed ihem down, and following tbeir heroic leader, ' they charged the dense Knua surrounding them, and, like a whirlwind in a forest, tore their way through. All the guns of the 1st Indiana battery fell into the band9 of tbe enemy. Atone time the guns of the 4th Indiana bat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 September 1863

WE EELX" SENTINEL - '-;vsepi: 2.8' Tno UMd to lieaioratloo. A cote m port ry remarks that if thii nation la ver restored to unity and glory (and we firmly believe it will be) , that restoration will be accomplished only by the united efforts of good, brave, conservative men in the management of our public affairs, men who will have the confidence of the whole country, who will ripe above the petty motives which control politicians, and who will repeat to the people the counsels of the Father of the country, in something of bit spirit. It will then be seen that reason has something of the same virtoe that force L now supposed to have, and that a rebellion is much more easily, cheaplj and permanent!? suppressed by measures . which unite force with reason and conciliation for the ignorant, the weak, the misled, and perhape eren for the leaders themselves, than by tbe mere exhibition and aoe of the force of a great government. Stern Justice herself becomes more effective, more powerful,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 October 1863

' nn i r n j i Jo VOL. XXIII, NO. 18. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, OCT. 51863. WHOLE NÖ. 1,264 r o nn a k3 I i mi SINKING FUND. . Sale of Sinking Fund Lands. THE FOLLOWING PIKCKS, PARCELS, OR tot ef land, or so much thereof as may neeesurf. .ill. oa Ti'UiiT thc r-TR BAT OP Uacaaeta seit, within the Court hooto in tfce city of Indiana polis, be otturea lor uia to t mjrnaw uiuuur.vm uiu hior eanil t the imooit chargeable, or such um a tho Cosamiasloners may bo willing to tell for th saaie having tn mortgaged to tho btata or lauiana to secure loan from the Sinking- Fund, and forfeited by the non-pajmeiit of Interest thereon. Raid aalo wilt be eoatiuned from daj to day until completed; vis: ALLEM COOSTT. Lol Ro. flfty-alx (36)'Id the county addition to the town of Fort Wavne. Mortgaged by Franklin P. Randall and Mary jane bis wife. Loan, Interest, etc., 550.ti8. The w hfof the eqr of aee 15. 1 31, n of r 11 e. containing 3D acre a more or lesa. - Mortgaged by David MeClarrea ana wife. Lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 October 1863

I YEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - - --OCT.. 5. iaalker Draft Orderea-ltesult mi the Flrtt CHcriptln. "The telegraph announces that another draft is tob ordered. The first conscription, to far. as men U concerned; proved a failure. ) Three hundred thousand men were ordered, but the draft doe not. produce, overfifty, thousand. soldiers. Th government, however, receives about seventy fire million of dollars for exemption.' 'In a financial point of view the first conscription ha pro red a success. The new conscription) it is announced, will be for six hundred thousand Dec. .The government officials calculate- that this call will jield one third, or two hundred thousand soldiers. If so, four hundred thousand conscript will hare to pa the exemption, which will yield to the government a revenue of one' hundred and twenty millions of dollars. Is it the object of the government officials to raise men or money t . . ,'. . The "Boston Advertiser, in expressin its regret at the fill are of the first...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 October 1863

' Democratic Documents. - AddrcM! tlte Democratic Member of the General Assembly to the PeopU of Indiana, setting forth the history of the Ute session, and the reason why mors had not been accomplUbed during 111 Constitutional term. This docnment make a pamphlet ofslxteea pages, and w& be furnished hi any quantity. Price $1 SO per hundred. - , . . Tb Conscript Act Speech mt Hem. D. W. Voorhees, on the Conscription Etil, in the House of Representatives, February 23, 1S63. Tbl U one of the finest srreches of If r.. Voorheea, on a question now occupying a large ah are of public attention, and evry Citizen in Indiana should hare a copy. It wakes a pamphlet of eight paxes. Price $1 per hundred. . . The Liberty ! the Citizen Speech of Hon. D. W. Voorhees, deliTered in the Honte f Rep. resents lives,' February 18. 163, on the "Act to Indemnify tha President aod other persona for suspending the writ of habeaa corpus, and acts done In pannance thereof, la now printed in pamphlet ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 October 1863

ktr and Nancy his wife. - Loan, Interest, etc., tö.M V.'. x .J1L ' ... CABBOLL. The w qr of w 22 io 1 25, n of r 1 e, eoalalniiig 160 acrea. excepting IS acre sold off ofthe and aad running Ihn waole length of tld quarter, lemrlrtjr u rctmu iruld nwfidr mortgaged to eonuna j-u acr- more or lea. Monsui rgged by George Zinn and Elfza hi wife. Loo,sDUreit, etc,. AS6 32. -. - v cumir. Tta a hfoftha a kl r.f the n m or ofaee 99 iy t SI. a efr3e, containing 40 acres more or less. Mortgagsd by John Tripel and Elisabeth his wife A Forfeited aad sold en a credit to John M. Sabia.. Loan, Intereat, ate, 833J 20. - t The w afnftua s w qrof see 9 In t 81, n or r2e, containing acre iaore or less. Mortgaged by George A. Mirelcaad MaUndahia wife. Loao.iaasrCSt., etc. 55 19. - ' J 'The w hfof tbo n eqref me 341a 122, nof r 2 e, containing 80 acrea mora or leas. Mortgaged, bj Bernard Mroup. Loan. interest, etc., 341 46. The a a fraction of Hie n q r of ec 83, t 21, n of r 2 a. containing 4383-100 acr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 October 1863

J Ffii frn J i Jo . m. XXIII, NO. 19. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, OCT. 12, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,265 NO AM q Tin nn SINKING FUND. Sale of Sinking Fund Lands. THB rOLLOWIXO PIECKS, PARCELS, OK louofUnii. or to maea thereof as may be Reeessary, wilt, on TcmdaT TIB era T or Dccctaca xt, within the Coart-bO'iM la too city of todianapolia, be offered for ult to tho aig-tiel bidder, lb bid ting equal to the amount chargeable, or such sun at the Commissioner may b willin: lo tell for ' the line bavin been mortgaged to tbe Slate of Iadiana to secure loan from tbe Sinking Fund, and forfeited by the non-payment of Interest thereon. Raid sale will be continued from day to day aalil completed; Tis: LLB COCMTT. Lot So. Bfly-tlx (56) ia the county addition to tbe town of Part Wayne. Mortgaged by Fraoklin P. Randall aad Mary jaae hi wife. Loan, Interest, etc., Tbe w hf of the b eqr ofiec 15, 1 31, n frll e, coetaiaiag m acrea more or lea. Mortgaged by Da? id McClarren aud wife. Losa, interest, Ac, 246...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 October 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL! MONDAY, OCT. 12. lw 4 hlitlonlta Farced Scccilon The National Intelligencer, la commenting opon the means which the Abolitionists, used to farce secession, remarks that when the Southern States seceded they believed that any armed resistance to their endeavors would be contrary to the right of revolution as asserted in the Declaration of Independence It is known that' the New York Tribune was a constant as well as an earnest exponent of this view, and said much io the winter of 1860-61 to justify the hopes of thd Southern agitators that they might at leasteoaot on its aid In securing for them immunity from Federal attack. As early as the Uth of November, 1863, when the secession storm was . brewing in the Southern heavens, the Tribune aid: ' "If the cotton States shall become satisfied that they can do better out of the Union than in it, we insist on letting them go in peace. The right to secede may be a revolutionary one, but it exists nevertheless. We must ever re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 October 1863

Democratic Documents. ' Address ef the Democratic Tltmbert of the General Assembly to Uie reople of Indiana, setting forth the history of tbe late suasion, and Uta reasons why mora ha4 not bea accoir plihed during tta constitutional term. Tbii document makes a ptmpn'et of sixteen pages, and wfll be famished in any quantity. Price 91 M ptt haadred. The Conscript Act Speech or lion. D. W. Yoorhees, on the Conscription Bill, In the Bona of Representatives, February 23, 1S63. This la one of the finest apeecbea of Mr. Voorhees, on a question now occupying a large shire of public attention, and evry citizen in Indiana should have acopy. It aakea a pamphlet of eight pages. Price $1 per hundred. The Liberty f the Citizen Speech of Hon. D. W. Voorhees, delivered in the Home of Rep. resentativeaFebruary 18, 163, on the "Act to indemnify the President and other persona for unending the writ of habeas corpus, and acts done in pursuance thereof,'" is now printed In pamphlet form, and can be obta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 October 1863

and Sarah Jane hl wife. Loan, Interest, ete, 3!U 61. Tue t w qr of see 6 In 1 2$, n of r 7 w, containing: 150 acres more or lew. Mortgaged by Daniel ttirdsall and Galielma his wife. Loan, interest, etc., - OJr 4. - - The w hf oftbe a w qr.and the w hfof the w qr of e 6 Id 1 17, a ef r 1 e. In the district of land subject to sal at Crawfordsville, Indiana, containing 147 and 7-100 acre. Mortgaged by James I.. Sniin and Crnthabis wife. Lota, interest, etc., 9547 37. Tb w hfof n qrsec 19, 1 19, u ofr 2 e.eoutaluinf 80 acres mora or less. Mortgaged by .Samuel K. Hardy and Sarah hla wife. Loan, interest, etc., 9 455 01. The ae qr of tha at qr of ee9, 1 18, n of r 1 w, contain iur 40 acrei mora or less. Mortgaged by Joseph A. MeDanicI and Leitiee V., his wife. Forfeited and old on credit lo William fatteraon. Loan, interest, et., $419 56. . , clay. . ; Tha n w qr of tha n qr of aee 34, til, n of r S w, 40 acres, and pari of the a o qr of th a e qr of see 34 ia t II, of i ft r, commencing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 October 1863

1 mi 71 H j Jo VOL. XXIII, NO. 20. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, OCT. 19, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,266 Nl) AN STATE A SIE NT Tin SINKING FUND. Sale of Sinking- Fund Lands. rilHB FOLLOWING PIECKS, PARCELS, OR I lota of Und. or to much thereof aamay n necessary, will, on Tuesday tux 8th dk or Prrnsit next, within the Court-bouse in the city of Indianapolis, be offered for aale to the blithest bidder, the bid bei of equal to the amount chargeable, or auch aum at the Commissioner may bo willing to tell for the tame baring been mortgaged to the State of Indiana to aeeore loan from the Sinking Fund, and forfeited by the noa-payment of tuleret thereon. Said tale will be contiuued from day to day unlit completed; vix: at iwn cocaTT. Lot !(o. fifty -six ,56) In the county addition to the town of Fort Wayae. Mortgaged by Franklin P. Kandall and Mary jane hia wife. Loan, interest, etc., 1550.08. Tue w hf of the a eqr of tee 13, 1 31, n of r 11 , containing 80 acres mors or lest. Mortgaged by Uavid MeCt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 October 1863

TEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, OCT. 19. The Abolition Victory.Tbe Cincinnati Gazette says that "tbe great MinUter of Finance, a it term Mr. Ca ass, remarked as follows in a speech at Cincinnati on Tuesday last: "Count every ballot a bullet fairly aimed at tbe heart of the rebellion." It Is erident that Mr. Chass regards the abolition vietory of Tuesday, in fact lie so pronounces it, as the only auxiliary the Administration desires for the suppression of the rebellion. We shall now see whether ballots will be any more potent in the orerthrow of the rebel armies than bullets have been under the direction of the party in power. We apprehend that the result of the elections on Tuesday last will only be to make the Sooth more determined and united in their opposition to the Goteminent. The victory will be regarded as an endorsement of tbe abolition policy of the Administration, hence the people of the South will argue that they hare nothing to expect from the party having the control of the go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 October 1863

Democratic Documents. Addrtti off the Democratic TO e rubers of tha General Assembly to the People of Indiana, setting forth the. bUtory of tha late session, and the reasons why more had not been accomplished during its constitutional term. This document makes a pamphlet of sixteen pages, and will he furnished In any quantity. Price $1 SO per hundred. The Conscript Act Speech off Hon. D. W. Voorhecs, on the Conscription Fill,lntbe House of Representatives, Februsry 23, 1863. This is one of the finest speeches of Mr. Voorhees, on question tow occupying a large share of public attention, and evry eitiien in Indiana should hare aeopy. It makes a pamphlet of eight paces. Price tl per hundred. The Liberty off the Citizen Speech of Hon. D. Vr. Voorhees, delivered in the Home of Representatives, Tebruary IS. l'HU, on the "Act tolndemnify the President and other persons for suspending t be writ of habeas corpus, and acts done in pursuance thereof,' is now printed in pamphlet form, and can b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 October 1863

BBHTOK. Th s hf of th s qr. and e hf of the a wqrof see S3 in 1 25, n of r 8 w, containing 160 acres; also th a w qr of th a qr of t and r aforesaid, containing In all 200 acre. Mortgaged by William Monohin. Forfeited and told on a credit to John L. Tucker. Loan, inleresl,le.. 6P1 50. Th hfof lb a w qr, aad th iwqr of the a w qr, all In see 7 1 25, a of r 7 w, containing 120 acre. Mortgaged by Thomms G. Sewell and Nancy kia wife. Loan, Interest, ete., ?330 22. Tbe t hfof the n e qr of see 25, 125, n of r 8 w, containing 80 acres mora or Icsi. Mortgaged by William WUheraad Sarah biawife. Loan, interest, etc., $222 30. The w qr of see 20, 1 26, a of r 7 w. containing 160 acre more or less. Mortgaged by John W. Swana and Ann his wife. Forfeited and sold on credit to George W. Hall. Loaa, Interest, etc., 9431 90. . Tbe d w qr of tec 30; also the aw qr of sec 19, all In 1 25, a of r 7 w, containing 320 acres more or less. Mortgaged by Daniel Berdsail and Gnlielma bis wife. Loan, interest...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 October 1863

) r 71 ft" j j Jo VOL. XXIII, NO. 21. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, OCT. 26, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,267 OH f T- 71 3 I t ) SINKING FUND. Sale of Sinking Pund lands. rnHB FOLLOWING PIECKS, PARCELS, OK J. lots of land, or so much thereof a may be necessary, will. o;i Tmoit thi Ütb tlor Dcckxbek ' next, within the Court-house in IB city -of lnüiana- . poli, t offered for Kile to tha highest bidder. Hie biJ beiug equal to the amount chargeable,, o r urh sum as lae Commissioners may Im willing to eil for the same having been mortgaged to the .State of Indians to secare loam from tb Sinking Fund, and forfeited by the Don-payineut of iotert thereon. Kaii aale will be conüuued from day to day until completed; vix: ALLEN COCMTT. Lot So. flfty-eix (5(3) in the county addition to the town of Port Wajue. Mortgaged by Franklin r. Randall aad Mary jane his wife. Loan, interest, etc., -The w hf of the near of see 15,131, n of r 11 e, containing M acres mure or less. Mortgaged by lavid McClarren and wife....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 October 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL MONDAY, - - OCT. 26. Arnif Chanfti. - - Rosicaaxs has been superceded bv Gkaxt. The Utter is now Cotnrnander-in-Chief of the Southwestern army, and his lines of defense, and may say of offense, extend from Cincinnati to New Orlean. The most important command of tbewar has devolved upon Gen. Grast, and bis success in the past is the best guarantee '.hat the new trust confided to him will be wisely -iministered. We understand that Gen. G&axt's .eadquarters will be at Nashville, but he will Htical fanaticism is not at a premium with fanat ics when uususlained by fighting qualities, and the displacement of a General who lud achieved so much reputation as Roszcaass for superior military ability, U the best evidence that the ex igencie of the couutry demand the services of soldiers, for it has already politicians enough. Tht wound that Gen. Roseceans receives is from the bouse of his friends an enemy could Dot have devised a more stinging rebuke. , The Teaching...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 October 1863

'ff Democratic Documents. Aildres ff tne Democratic nemker f t'ji Geoeral Auesblj to the People of Indiana, aatt'og forth the aLitory of U 1st session, and the veaeoaa why saore had net been accomplished daring Its constitutional term. TMi document mites pamphlet f sixteen pages, an4 wUlbefurnUhed In any quantity. Yrc BO per hundred. Ttie Cantcript Act-ech of Item. D. W. Yoorbees, on the Conscription Btll.lntbe House of KepreaentatlTea. February 93, 103. Tl.U Is 00 of the finest speeches of Mr. Yoorhees, on a question sow - cupying Urge share of public attention, and evrry citix.n in Indiana sheuld have a copy. It makes pamphlet of eight paces. Price 91 per hundred. The Liberty o f the Citizen Speech f Hon. D. W. Yoorhees. delivered in the Home it Representatives,' February IS. 163, on the "Act to Indemnify the President and other persons for suspending the writ of habeas eorpas, and acts done In pars ance thereof,' la now printed In pamphlet form, and can be obtained at this office...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 October 1863

t Beginning Ith w corner of the Kijref tec 18, town 39 d, of r 13 e; theuce running nortii on said quarter section line, 10 rods to the Pittsburg and fort Wajne end Chicago Kallroad; then-e eastwardly . loa? iM road to the oat-lot io toe town of .Monroe. ' til!e owned bj J. G. Marlotter thence southwardly n the Hue of aaid out-tot, 6 roJ; thence aoulh to south tine of aaid quarter section to the place of begiunlng; containlag 32 acre more or less. Mortgaged by John W. Barnhart and Mary hit wife. Loan, interest, etc., $-239.05. The t t qr of tee 11 ! t 25, n of r 14 -containing 160 acrea. Mortgaged by Moiri Jenkins.! and wife. Loan, Interest, etc., $339.43. IIOWli The hf of thai qr of see IS 1 9 n of r 2 e, containing eightv acrea. and the north end of the w hf of the wtfni l ha a qrof see 19. in town 9, n of r 3. ronlain tug SO acres and two-third of an acre, and the a w qr or tne a e qr of sec 7, in 1 8, u of r 3 e. Mortgaged by Weatford Taggart. Loan, Interest, etc., 547 76. - The...

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