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

71 j VOL. XXIII, NO. 22. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, NOV. 2, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,268 i E ND ANA STAT j Xbe Miarpkheotcri. Two men went out from the fire-lit camp In the autumn midnijht gray; Over the qaakine. croaking mmp, To tbe edje of the woodland tili and damp, With rifle and jade went they. A hantln? owl wailed oat to Its young, And a picket stood as still In the meadow below as the shadows flung By the beaded tent lights thickly strung On the silver-threaded rilL "Twas kins; ere the picket moved away. And there was ii time to lose, Tbe pita must be dug by the dawn of day: Said one "We are dijrjriiuaraves, I My." The other one whispered, "Whoe?" With the rooming licht a column of steel Moved upwarl alon? the hill, Toward the hiddeo pi's, with a double peal. Close in the front made the colcron reel A moment, and then staud still. The check won a battle-field that day; On tbe morrow tbe dead were laid Bead to foot in a trench of cl.tr; Bot two apart In the front tb at lay Were buri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 November 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, NOV. 2. Indiana'! Own Book. We hare heretofore alluded to the work now in press, from the pea of the Re. Datid Stsv805. called "Indiana's Äoll of Honor." The first Tolume is nearly completed and will won be issued. As the work progresses, ill character and ?cop U full developed. To Indianians, it will be invaluable. It not only gives the his tory of every regiment raised in the State), from its organization to the present time with its marches, skirmishes and battles but it traces the campaigns in which regiments from this State hare participated, giving spirited sketches of the exciting scenes of the war, and truthful pictures of the country over which our army has passed. We have read the proof sheets of several of the campaigns, and found them of unusual interest. The style is beautiful, the descriptions graphic, and there is every evidence throughout the pages that the author has not sacrificed truth for mere effect. It is not a partisan work. The aim is...

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

Democratic Documents. Address of the Democratic Member of tbe General Assembly to the People of Indiana, setting forth the hbtory of the late session, and the reasons why more bad not been accomplished during It constitutional term. Tbl document makei pamphlet fsixteen pages, and will b furnished in any quantity. Price $1 50 per hundred. The Cnaerlpt Act Speech of lien. D. TT . Voorhee, C2 the Conscription Bill,in the Hon or Representatives, Febroary 23, 1R3. This 1 one of the finest speechea of Mr. Voorbees. on a question now occupying a large lb aw of public attention, and evry citizen in Indiana Loold have a copy. It makea a pamphlet of eight pacea. Price, tl per hundred. The Liberty ml the Citizen Speech of Ron. D. W. Voorbees, delivered In the Uouse of K-p-reaentativeaFebniary 1H. 13, on the "Act to indemnify the President and other persons for to-pending the writ of babeaa corpus, and acts done In pursuance thereof, la now printed In pamphlet form, and can be obtained at tbii ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 November 1863

SINKING FUND. Sale of Sinking Fund Lanite. mHs FOLLOWING PIECES, PA KCELS, OK I lots of land. i or to much thereof a may bo neces sary, will, on Ii'bsdaY thi 8th Pat or Uickmskb next, within the Court-boasu in the city of Indianapolis, be offered for sale to tha bizlieU bidder, the bid being equal to the amount ehanreanle, or such sum the Commissioner may be willing t eil for the tame having been fnrtgs:e to the state of Indiana to secure loans from the Sinking Fund, and forfeited by the non-payment of interest thereon. Said sale will be continued from day to day onül completed; via: ' ALLS COCHTT. Lot5o. Cay -six (5G) tu the county addition to the town of Fori Wayne. Mortgaged by Franklin P. Kandall and Mary Jan bis wife. Loan, interest, etc., ys.iO.i. The w hf of the n eqr of see Ij, 1 31, n of r II e, containing 0 acres more or less. Mortgaged by Datld McClarren and wife. Loan, interest, &e., -246 0. The w hf of the s w qr of sec 2H. t 31, n of r 13 e, ontaining r) ac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 November 1863

4 . FFT17H1 n 1 nd ANA Tm Jo : OL. XXIII, .NO. 23. INDIANAPOLIS, INI).,; MONDAY, NOV.; 9, 1863. . . WHOLE NO. 1,269 fc.. I --- - For th State Smthwl. Bjrjrone ' Dayi." If thU hould ever meet thine eye,' Think af the titn when last we met, Thea hope' bright star blazoned in my ky. But era we parted it bad Mt : Gone down in darknef; everjwbrra I tamed my raze I mw but "jrloom, Shrcmdine; the billows of dispatr, Precluding of a drearer doom. And naw its blasting power has come, Forevvr banished from thy tight ; Oh! bad I never sought thy borue, 3fy soul not bow a dark aa night. Xobrlfrht light in the fatare gleams, So Keutle accent I can hear. Even the vfstomi of my dreams Bring in my eyes the burning tear. f Whene'er I see where thy soft touch Has strayed npon soma fragrant leaf, 1 I think then there r too much Love minified with my bottom grief. Oh, Lixxi-I tuoce aweet eyes of thine, A bricht as Heaven's Queen star above, ... , Gazing viih pa.ioD into mine. To them I could not but lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 November 1863

I WEEKLY SENTINEL MONDAY, - NOV. 9. Ttoe Propbecled Danger. Tb wise and patriotic men wbo founded this Government clearly fores w th danger to which the people would be subject, nd which, if oot resisted, tod overcome, would result ia the subversion of the free institutions the? bad established. The greatest danger apprehended by thea was the assumption of arbitrary power by the Federal authorities, and an attempt to bring all the Sutes ander a single government. It was hoped by tbem that the reserved powers of the SiAte would be sufficient to defeat such Cheines, combined with the jealous cure with which the people would ever guard the liberty and rights of the citizen. Jons Adams seemed to lave bad a prophetic view of the very evila which hare fallen upon the country. He said: "Nip the shoots of arbitrary power in the bud, U the only maxim which cm ever preserve the liberties of any people. When the people give way, their deceivers, betrayers and destroyers press upon tbem so fast...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 November 1863

Democratic Documonts. Address ( the Democratic ?f erakrrs of tbs ßeoeral Assembly to the People of lodiatia, sotting forth tbe history of tbo Um toaaion. and too ressoas why sort bad not been, accomplished lartsf Its ooetftutleoal term. Tbl document makes a pamphlet f stxtosn pages, ad wCl be fa rnUb4 ta any quantity. Prtcefl W per tandrod. Th Cemseript Act ftp ec la of Hon. 3. W. Voorases, on tbe Conscription BUI, la tbs Hraso of sWwroaontativsa. February , 1885. ' This I. one of tbo Coast speeches of X r. Toorh.ea, on a question cow occupying a largs shars of public attention, and evrr eitiien la Indiana should have a copy. It wakee a pamphlet of eight paes. Price 1 per hundred. Tho Liberty or the cut men Speech of Hon. D. Tf . Yeorhee. delivered in tha Hooae t RepreseotatlTesFebraary 1, 163, nthe''Acttoiudesnniry the President and other person, for suspending the writ f habeas corpus, and act done la pursuance thereof,' ta now printed in pamphlet form, and can be obtained at this...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 November 1863

SINKING FUND. Sale of Sinking Fund Lands riUE FOLLOWING PIECKS, PARCELS, OK J lots otlaud,ormaa I tin roof iaav l teee-. sary, will, on Ti-bspat thb 8th dav or Ucccmbck next, within the Court-feoasa in the. city of Indianapol, be offered for sale to tbe highest bidder, the bid being equal to tha amount chargeable, or auch sum a IB t-''mniioer nay bo. williue; o sell for the aine bavins been mortgaged to tbe State of Indiana to secure loans from the Sinking Fund, nd forfeited by the non-payment of Interest thereon. Said sale will be conliuucd from day to day until completed; viz: . ALLia COCTT, Lot No. nftj-six (56) In the county addition to the town of Port Wayne. Mortgaged by Franklin P. Kandall mud Mary Jane bis wife. Loan, interest, etc., SiOjrf. ------ . . Tliw hf of the n eqr of see 15, 131, f r II e. containing mi acres more or less. Mortgaged by Da id McClarreo aDd wife. Loan, interest, dee., tur, so. Tb w bf of tht w qrof o 28, t 31, n of r 13 e, containing tiO acres. Mortga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 November 1863

71 J Jo OL. XXIII, NO. 24. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, NOY. 16, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,270 r Nl) ANA SENT NE ) r For the State Sentinel. T I u happy ence t Mj stream ot life ran Smoothly oo. and a it limpid ripplas Danced alon, meek-eyed Hpe, with brow so fair. Threw flower apon Its with Contentment, like (fettle spirit, stood upon It banks A ad beckoned ere r on to walks terene. My heart had Ion been bashed to dicord that The nouy world once rung apon my ear; Ambition I had Bang away, and longed Alone for qthtttude. I had tasted fame. And knew iu voice wa hollow as the tomb. T me the arch of glory spauned a hill Whoae top waa bald and sere, and from whose base The sunbeams had forever been dispelled. My harp, whose notes had once been praised, waa laid Aside, and had been tuneless long. I met Thea then, and thoa did flash upon my path Like a Joy new-born. From that hoar my life Bad changed. Jfew hope, that seeTned to come direct From Paradise, sprang np in my heart and amiled With angel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 November 1863

YEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - - NOV. 16. The Late northern Election The Milwaukee New makes the. following comments upon the results of the recent elections in the Jforth, which we most heartily indorse: !A merely fur titan, victory is of comparatively trifling significance to the nation or the community generally It makes no essential difference as to what the names of the persons are who draw salaries for public services and control official appointments. Bot the triumph or certain defined and fundamental political principles is quite a different matter, involving the permanent welfare of the people and the permanent fortunes of the republic. ; It is useless to deny the full import and character of the recent Republican or Abolition victories in the North. They mean something more than the success of a party. They are a declaration hi favor of certain principles and purposes bearing upon the future life of the nation. They signify the mastery not of certain men, but of certain ideas....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 November 1863

r Democratic Documents. AA&rooa wf the Demwcrauic 5Ieaibr f the General Asaeablj to t&a People of Indiana, Batting forth tha aUtory of th lata etoa. and tbj reason why more bad not been accomplished during ita eoostl'.utional term. Thia document makes a pamphlet f sixteen pages, and will be furnUhei to any quantity. Prk$l 50 per hundred. " . - - The Conscript Act Speech of Hon. D. W. Voorhees, on tbe Conscription BUI, in tbe Houe of Representatives, February 23,1863. Tbialsone of tbe finest speeches of Mr. Yeorbeee, on a questiow cow occupying a large sbare of public attention, and ertry citizen in Indiana should hare acopy. It makes a pamphlet of efght pa?. Price 91 per hundred. The Liberty ! the Citizen Speech f Hon. D. W. Toorhees. delirered in tbe Honwe of RepresentativesTebniary 19, 183, on the "Act to indemnify the President and ether persons for suspending tbe writ f babeaa corpus, and acts done in pursuance thereof. ia now printed In pamphlet form, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 November 1863

SINKING FUND. ' ' T r - m - , juMi Sale of Sinking Foind Lands. rilHK KOtUJVI3fi.JitL:S, y KCKLS, OK louof land. cr so mucblberof ainay b necessary, will, on Tiudat thi 8th d or Dttimit est, within Ute Court-house in th city -of Indianspoll, b offered for tale to the highest bidder, the tll Inf equal to the amount chargeable, or sch sum M In Commissioners may willing to sett forth tame haring been mortgaged to the State of Indiana lo wesr Igaoi from the Sinking Fund, and forfeited by the non-payment of interest Ibereon. laid sal will bo continued from day to day uotil completed; vis: ALLS COO TT. Lot Mo. afty-si (5d) in the county addition to the town of Port Wayne. Mortgaged by Franklin P. Randall and Mary Jane hit wife. Loan, Interest, etc., Thr w hf of the n eqr of we 15, 1 31, n of r 11 e. containing W acres more or it. Mortgaged by David McClarren and wife. Loan, lutereat, Ac, 25 n. Tbc w hf or the w qr of aee 2P, t 31, n ofr 13 e, containing 0 acre. Mortgaged by Frederick Mill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 November 1863

bj'" W aw ' r 71 F IDjJUo OL. XXIII, NO. 25. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, NOV. 23, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,271 NB ANA SENT ) WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, rtiaTK A0 rCBUMIP KTKBT HO!DAT ATTHB EWSE.VriiELOFFICE, 50. X SOUTH HEEIDUX STREET. ELDER, niRKNESS, & BINGHAM TERMS OF WEEKLY SE3TI3EL: Dne eopy one year f 1 5 rew copies, and one to the maker of theclnb. . .15 0a rwanty copies, aad two to tbe eiaker the club, 30 00 Additions caake mad to Club at any time at th above rates. The names will be printed en each paper, without sxtrt charge. On sonars, one Insertion.... TS two " 100 " four " i CO foMach subsequent Insertion, and for each Inser tion of each additional square MX Adrertisemeats man be handed la by Sunday to cur insertion in the weekly. Advertisements published in both the Daily and the Weekly Sasrrwai., will be charted the full Dailyrates, with one-half the Weekly rates added Announcing deaths with funeral notice attached. $1 without not Ice, free. '- Marriage Notices SO ce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 November 1863

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, NOV. 23. State Central Committee. There will be, a meetingjof the Democratic State Central Committee, in this city, otf WedT n"iy, he5th inst.--Businesa of importance wUl bfuomitted jto Uie .committee and it is hoped that every member will be present upon the occasion..-.--- : 'ir.v :;:" -. The Irdtral Prisoners The conditiou of the Federal prisoners in the Southern prisous, both officers aud iüen, especially those io Rich nionJ, should excite the attention of th country. We are happy to notice that the rebel authorities have recently permitted them to receive clothing and blankets, which will in a measure alleviate their sufferings. They also lack wholesome food, and in fact even a sufficient quantity of the kind that is furnished them. It appears that this privation is a matter of necessity on account of the scarcity of provisions in Richmond, and we notice that it is proposed to aend the prisoners to points in the Confederacy where food is plenty, if an e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 November 1863

Democratic' Documents. AddrVaspf the Democratic Member f tb General iiMisb!; to tb Peopl of Indiana, etUsg forth tha history of tie late session, and tbe r jo'i why raori hid rot been accomplished dartriglts Constitutional term. Thi document raakes a pamphlet fslxteenpages, and willbefarnUbed in any quantity. lrie $1 50 per hundred. The Conscript Act Speech of lion. D. W . Yoorhee. on the Conscription Bill, in tbe House of Representatives, February S3, 1363. Tbia I one of th finest itpeeche of Ifr. Toorheea, on a question bow oceupylng a large shar of public attention, and ev.ry eitiien In Indiana should have a copy. It make a pant phlet of eight pare. Price $1 per hand red. . , t ". . ; : - - ..; ' . . . ,' . -. The Liberty of the Citizen Speech f Hon. D. TT. Yoorhees, delivered in the House f RcpresentativesFebraary 13. 13, on the "Act to indemnify the President and other person for suspending the writ of habe corpus, an J act done In pursuance t iereof," ia now printed in pamphle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 November 1863

SINKING FUND. Sale of Sinking Tnad Lands. rpHK FOLLOWING PIECKS, PAKCKLS, OK. J lot of land, or to rauch thereof iidi) b neeo. eary, will, on Trmtf Tai Bru bat or Dtraaata xL, within the Coart-house In the city of Indianapolis, be offered for Mle to the highest bidder, the bIJ log equal to the amount chargeable, or ürh su-u m the Commissioners may be willing to sell for the same bavin; been mortgaged to tbe Klato of Indiana to secure loans from tbe Sinking Fund, aud forfeited by tbe non-payment of interest thereon. Said aale will be continued from day to day o ntil completed; vtt: . aLLiw roc TT. Lot So. flfly-slx (36) In the county addition to the Iowa of Fort Wayne. Mortgaged by Franklin P. Randall and Mary jane his wife. Loan, Interest, et., .V0.0R. Tte w If of tbe neqr of sec 13,131, a of r II e, containing to aerea more or leas. Mortgaged by David MtClarren and wife. Loan, Interest? &e., t'-Mtt 90. Tb w hf of the w qr of see 2, 1 31, n of r 13 e, eootaining eXl acre...

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

71 CI 071 J VOL. XXIII, NO. 26. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, NOV. 30, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,272 m ü ANA STAT 171 I M 111 WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, rmimm & rviuwii itiii mint at rat XEWSEXTINEL OFFICE, a 3 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, . ELDER, niRRNESS, & BIXGIIAM TERMS OK WEEK LT EimiTEL: 3ne copy one year 9 1 50 fen copies, and one to the maker of the clnb 15 Oo Twenty coptei, and two to the maker of the club, SO 00 Additions cub made to Clnb at any time at tbe above rat. Tb names will be printed on each paper, without sxtra charge. B.d..vetlalaa6 Oneiqntra one iuiertlon f 0 75 two " 1 00 " four " 1 00 Pore ach subsequent Insertion, and for each insertion of each additional square 53) 8gjy Advertisements must be banded In by Sunday to Mem Insertion tn the weekly. advertisements published In both the Dally and the Weekly Scttw!., will be charged thefall Daily rates, with one-half tha Weekly rates added Announcing deaths with funeralnotice attached, ft without notice, free....

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, NOV. 30. Democmtlc State Cnreniln-Action of the Democratic State Central Committee. m The Democratic State Central Committee met Wednesday.. Tbe meeting was fully attended, and after a free Interchange of views and consultation with prominent member of the party from all sections of the Sute, it was unanimously resolved by the Committee to bold a State Nominating Convention Immediately after the meeting of the next Democratic National Convention. It is supposed that the latter body -w ill be assembled in May next, or earW ia Jane. A resolution was adopted by the Committee, requesting the Democratic National Committee to call a National Democratic Convention at as earl a day as practicable not later than May ok June. The followiag r;solution was unanimously adopted, providing for the selection of delegates to the Democratic National Convention: Retolved. That this committee respectfully and esrrestly recommend the Democrats in the several Congressional Distri...

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

Democratic Documents. Address I the Democratic .Mrmber f tU Geoeral Assembly to the People or Indiana, etüng forth the history of the Uta session, a ad the reasons why more bad sot been accomplished during iu constitutional Um. Tbl document makct a pamphlet 'etxteen pages, and will be furnished In any quantity. Pric$l 50 per hundred. The Conscript Act Speech of lion. TX W. Voorhees, ob tbe Conscription EM, in the House or Representatives, February S3, 183. Tbii I one or tb finest epeechee of 3fr. Veorb.ee. on a question cow occupying Urge abare or public attention, and every citixen h Indiana should bar a copy. It make a pamphlet of eight pazea. Price $1 per hundred. Tht Liberty of the Citizen Speech of Hon. D. W. Voorhee, delivered in the House of Rep. resentatives, February 13. 13. on tbe "Act toindemnify the President and other persona tor saspendins; tbe writ f habeai corpus, and acta done in pursuance thereof,'la now printed In pamphlet form, and can b obtained at ia office. Th...

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

I SINKING FUND. Sale of Sinking Pund Lands. FpHK KOLLOW ISO PIECKS, PA HC ELS, OK . 1 lots of bud, or so much thereof as may be necessary, will. o Tent day thi 8th ottor Dichsxb next, wilhio the Court-house in the city of Indianapolis, be off.; re J for aal to the highest bidder, the bid, being eanal lo the amount chargeable, or auch sum ma the Commissioners may 6 wllttnir to sell for the same baring been mortgaged to tbe State of Indiana to secare loans from tbe Kinking Fund, od f-rfited by the non-payment of interest thereon. Raid aale will b continued from day lo-day until completed; Tlx: allbh cocmtt. The w hf of the eqr of see 15, 1 31, o of r II e, containing hu acre more or less. Mortgaged by liavld AleClarren and wife. Loan, interest, &c, $2 SO. The w hf of the w qr of we 2?, 1 31, n of r 13 e, containing eO acrea. Mortgaged by Frederick Miller. Iaa, Interest, etc., S350 Ort. Tbe n w qr of the w qr of sec 33 in t 31, a of r 1-1 e, containing 4D acres. .Mortgaged ...

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