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

iff1 71 j J Jo V0L. XXIII, NO. 27. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, DEC. 7, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,27' r SENT Tm . 7EKLY STATE SENTINEL, rurrxp a rcsusBa bvibt mwat at m EWSE,'Tn'EL OFFICE, 50. 1 SOUTH XZRIDUIT TRI IT. ELDER, HIRRNESS, & BINGHAM TERMS OF TfKEKLT SSCTUTZL: 3necopy on year . t 1 30 Tan copies, and one to the naaker of thectub 15 Oo Twenty copies, and two to the maker of the el ob, SO 00 Additions can be made to Clubs at anytime at the abore rates. The names will be printed oa each paper, without satra charge. One square. one Insert! va. 90 TS 1 00 four " 1 00 Fere ach subsequent insertion, and for each tBsevtioa of each additional square. ....... ...... 3JX 'Advertisements not be handed ia by Snndsy to car Insertion In the weekly. . Advertisements published In both the Daily and the Weekly Simiiii, will he charged the fall Daily rates, srith one-half the Weekly rate added Announcing deaths with funeral notice attached, $1 withoat notice. free. Xarrlaca Notices 50 ce...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, DEC. 7. The Financial Crash Conti nf. The New York Herald, in alluding to the recent victory of General Grant," at "Chattanooga, ' regarding it as the staggering blow from which the rebellion caouot recover, a if) that succeeding blows of a similar character will goon bring the war to an end, predicts that a financial crash will epeeddy occur. It says: Paper must go down, and paper price! with it. Theo those who bar bought stocks, or poods, or bonds, or made contracts at paper prices, will suffer disastrously, and, 4 the panic struck Times expresses if. "thousands who thought themselves rich will find themselves poor." Be not deluded, therefore, because a few speculators coax gold up a little; and the stock jobbers of the Times, Tribune and World argue that the end of the war is yet very diitant. The gold speculators try to raise the price of gold in order to sell out. "The managers of the Times. Tribune and World are anxious to get rid of their railroad sto...

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

Democratic ' Documents. Address of the Democratic Member the General Assembly to th People of Indiana, setting forth th history of ths late aesiou. and tie reasons why mora bad not bo accomplished during iia eooititutional term. Tbl document makei a pamphlet slxun psges, and will be furnished In any quality. Prlcl SO perhandrW. - The Conscript Act Speech of lion. D. W. Voorbees, on the Conscription BllLia tbe Hoiu of Representatives, February 23, 1863. This U one of the finest apaacbes of Mr. Toorbeas. on a queetio bow oeeupytng a large abars r public attention, aad every cltiien In Indiana should have a copy. . It lakes a paophletof eight peares. Pries $1 par hundred. The Llb.rtr of the Citizen Speech of Hon. D. TT. Yoorbeea, delivered in the Home of Bepreienutites, February 18, 13, outbe"Aettoindemuify tbe President and other person for suspending tbe writ sf babes corpaa.and acta dona in pursuance thereof,'ti now printed In pamphlet form, and can be obtained at la office. Thia U ...

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

I.svter at UlllUm) UrnltU O'ltrlfn In nwr to ihm fitter at Oen. .tlea guar. B reqt.put of aeroral of hU country wen, publish th following lttcr of Wiuux Smith O'Bajtir, la rpoD8 to tb Utter of Oorl T. F. Miaoiii. Mr. O'Bmx Ii a geniUniio of mar 14 ability, of cullivatlv and liberal viw. II riu disp.asioosuly, candidly and forcibly, leuct tb opinion ha i presset upon our national trouble and difference r eminently worth; of conaMcration. They art dcsrinj of a perusal, coming, a lliay do. (rota Dot only an Intelligent foreigner, tut one who thoroughly ympathlxe with our free Institution, And do airee tlioir perpetuation In thU country, and their ipiead the world ow. The letter ha teen written by Mr. 0'Bair.x to the editor of the Dublin Irishman. KiLLAaxiT, October iW, 1G3. My Dear Smyth; I percelre that our friend T. F. Meagher, not aatUfied with having made Id America a aeries of brilliant oration in favor of a continuance Of the civil war that ha raged during nearly three years In t...

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

iT 4 9 ',V vtol. XXIII, NO. 28. INDIANAPOLIS, IND.; MONDAY, DEC; 14, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,274 fin M sb aw w '" . ' .. II--"! t - f I I I ' I I I I' II I I I J , 7 'i ' WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, ' ' - i ;.. rtIVTKD X PUBUSMBO STBBY WOXPAt AT TBI ; XEWSEIVTINEL OFFICE, ' JfO. 1 80CTJ1 XERIDIA9 STRSKT, ; ELDER, II ARRNESS, 7 V1 BINGHAM .;; j TERX3 OF WXKKLT MTSTIZZU . Da copy OMytir ....h..m ...) 1 50 fan copies, and on to ta maker of the elnb. ... . IS Co twenty copies , and two to the maker of the dab, 30 00 Additions saabs mass to Clnhsat anytime attne above rates. The nameiwlll he printed on each paper, without xtrachargo. ' One iqnare.one Itmertion tn T5 tWO ' ; ....... 1 00 " "fonr " 1 00 reaeh sabseqnenttnsertloti, and for each Insertion of each additional sqnare. ....-..-.. . 3iX . igj Advertisements mast be handed in by Sunday to cur-. Insertion In the weekly. Advertisements pnMlshe In both the Dally and the Weekly Smmsai, will be charged the Ml Dailyratea, , wUhone.halfthe. Weekly ...

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

WEEKLY SEiraffl. MONDAY, - - -- 1'lta. JIetia(e. The annual message of President Liscoui ls UCore the country. Ia the present crUU of our .national tffurt it will be regarded with .deep interest. Iu expcitionsof tbe state of the country, its suggestions and iu recommeoda lions should. . receive the careful consideration of every citiaeo- , Our institutions rest upoa the theory that man is capable of self government, that onis is a goveminent of the people, hence both ins right and the dutj of the people to carefully scrutinize the acu and l be recommendations of those who rep resent them the servants or the should be bctrsnts of the public will. The last message of the fresident is written in better taste than those which hare preceded it. It . is almost free from the idioms or the peculiar expressions of the President, and the exemption may be due to bis reported physical disabilities. As a contemporary remarks, the varioloid may account for the absence of those quaint illustration...

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

r WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, NOV. 14. Hemoralf The Sentinel office bad been removed tu the new Sentinel building, on the corner of Meridian -and Peart" streets, half a qua re south of Washington atreet, and nearly opposite our old location, where we will be pleised to sea all Democrats, and others, having printing tw do. j mag ii t3?E B. Millikan has sold his Boarding House. No. North Pennsylvania street. He has moved to No. 66 North Alabama street. A Max Missixg My son, John Gordon, wandered from bis home in August laat, and I have not been able to find him since. He is partially deranged, 27 years old, 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, brown hair and eyes. 'I will pay any re&souable ezpence to the person that will take care of him until I caa get him, or give me Information of bis werea bouts. Address me at Jamestown, Boone county, Indiana. - . , Jrasx Gosdos. d2t&w2t. At a meeting of the Democratic Central Committee of Marion county, held at the Sentinel office, in...

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

DEAL'TirrL. jL KL.OQC EXT AN IT I.- . ORATION. An Appeal lrt Rehalf f Poland by K Ue .Ureal Irian' ; tralwr.t Kcnartt o'Gonuun. Tft Great Palleü .ileet- - Tbe Chairman then introduced to (be audience Richard CTGorman, Rsq , w ho was received with cheers. After the applause-bad subsided Mr. O'Gormau spoke a followt: . " icHao o'gormax's pitcH. ' ' ; .,-. It was in October, 1776, wheu the American . arm Uy eucamped at Morristown, that a young foreigner presented himself to General Washing ton. with an introduction from Benjamin Frank-. . ' iin. "Wbat do you seek here !' inquired the , Comtn inder in-Chief. "To fight far liberty," repiied the young man. "What can yoo dtT'' "Try me." was the aoswer. Washington took him at his wonl ff. waa tried waa found to bean admirable engineer qnickly rose to the ' rank af Colonel aid to Washington then ' General of brigade. Thenceforward he shared in all the danger, fatigues and sufferings f the War of Independence, witnessed tbe final triumph ' ot...

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

0 71 IT r r - v b ; V VOL. XXIII, NO. 29. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, DEC. 21, 1863. WHOLK NO. 1,275 ; rt INJ) A . A., S T Av 1 - ... - I- WEEBXY STATE SENTINEL, IIRIMB miOIID BViai MOXDAT AT TBS EWSEXTWEL OFFICE, !?0. 1 SOUTH MEBIDU5 STREET, ELDER, DARKNESS, & BINGIIAM TERMS OF TflEKLT S1C5TI5EL: Dna copy one yr t ' ran copies, and one to th roarer oftheclnb.-. . 15 Oo rwentyeopiof, andtwatothewiaker of the club, SO 00 Addition can be made to Clubsat anytime at tbe bort rates. The am will be printed on each paper, without txtra charge. One sotiare.on Insertion......... " two " fOTS 1 00 . fowr " - 00 For each abeqnent Insertion, and for each insertion of each additional square tgg Advf-rtWemeata mint be banded la by Snnday to secure Insertion In the weekly. AdTertlsemenU published la boththe Pallyand the kly Scjrri.vsL, will be charged the fall Daily rates, with one-half the Weekly rates aided AwvKmetnf deaths wHbfonilnotle attached, $1 withoct nottce.fr-e. i HarrUc Not...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - - DEC. 21. Tlaw President's felier We stated some days before the appearance of Mr. Li5C0Ls' message, that be had it In bispower to strike a crushing blow mt tb rebellion by offering pardon to all in rebellion against the Government, upon the single condition of their returning to their allejriance to the Constitution nod the Union. It would not onlj bare been policy to hare offered such terms of conciliation, bot the President has no constitutional right to impose any other test of loyalty. And we can judge somewhat of tbe probable effect that such terms of peace and reconciliation would hare bad by the tone of public sentiment in the South as wereceire it, not onlf from our own, but from rebel sources of information. It is stated that a decided Union feeling is being developed in North Carolina, snd in the recent election in that State tbe candidates for Representatives to the rebel Congress who most positively denonnced the war, and farored peace, were ...

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

I nil nm si WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - DEC. 21. Itemoral. The Sentinel office bas been removed tu the Dw Sentinel buildiag, on the corner of Meridian nd Pearl streets, half a square) sooth of Washington street, and near opposite our old location, where we will be pletsed to see all Demoer u, and othert, having printing to do. - . . ' f 3cstxKsa Education. Our readers will notice Id another column an advertisement of Mum ford' National Business College, recently opened in onr citj. We have all heard, with much iuterejitof the practical system and reat success of the Poughkeepsie College, with which Mr. Mum ford has been connected for a long time. He brings to thin city all blanks, forma and manuscripts (all being secured by copyright,) useJ in the colleges there, and offers to u a svsteca of instruction as novel as it is practica I. Upon inTiution we visited the new college, on Meridian street, and found full Touchers for their worldwide reputation. We have fouDd a miniature city a b...

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

mo.u.Tiii; xovrn; netiaf r - J(frsea: Daria to tt Itebel Consreaa. Mr. Davis Introduces his last message with" bort bot gloomy account ,of the disasters which have befallen the Confederate arms tna tit ad '1 jourrjtnent or Congress. - lie find Ulli coeaolar- r tion iu the defeaee of Charleiton, the Operations -in Pannaylvaaia, tod some minor affairs in Louia- . iana anl Texas. ... . Speaking of the surrender of Cumber hod Gap to Gen. Burnside, he bints at treason Tha battie of Chickamauga i considered one of the mew t , brilliint and decisive victories of the war." Of the firht with Gen Grant, he saja: "After a long and severe battle, in which jrreat carnage was inflicted on him, some of 'our troops inexplicablv abandon! positions of ereat strength and by a disorderly retreat compelled the com m ander to withdraw the forces elsewhere successful, and finally to retire with his whole armr to a position some twenty or thirty utiles to the rear. It is beliered that if the troops woo yie...

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

1 lit q nr a-.'Hp 10 L tk L mBJi In j j... Uo VOL. XXIII, NO. 30. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, DEC. 28, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1,276 WVEEKLT STATE SENTINEL, XEWSEIVTIIVEL OFFICE, JTO. ll and 13 SOCTH VEEJDL4.N 8TE1ET, ELDER, nARRNESS, & BINGHAM . TERMS OF WKEKLT SB5TIXZL: .. 3a copy one year .....$ 1 SO tea copies, and on to th maker of the club--- .15 00 Twenty copies, aaS two to the maker of the club, SO 00 Additions eanba made toClibsat anytime at tbeabov rates. Tha names will be printed on each paper, without txtra charge. Ob aqaare.osa !nsrtioB ...... .f 0 T5 " two " 1 00 foar " 1 00 Fore cb subsequent Insertion, and for each losertieaofsach additlonalsqnara...... I3V SgjyAdTertiements mnat be banded in by Sunday to cur Insertion in the weekly. Advertisements published in both the Dally and the Tapkly ScrrrKtL, will ba charted the fall Dally rates, witbooa-balftha WeeklyrateM added . Announcing deaths with funeralnotlce attached, $1 without notice.free. Marriage Notices 50 ...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, DEC. 28. Chruliunia This In day of rejoicing throughout the Christian wurlJ. Eighteen hundred ami sixty three j ah ago, in Bethlehem of Jude, tu born the Savior f mankind. ' His coming was foretold. Isaiah, 'Ten centime before his birth, thus prophesied: ' " " " " 'v ": "For onto us t chili is born, onto as a son is given: and the government shall be noon his shoulders; od hi name hall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The Mighty God, The Everlasting Father, The Priuce of Peace." The birth of the So of God was most humble. He was UiJ in a manger, "because there waa do room for them in the Inn." The sacred historian graphically describe his advent: "And there were in the same country shepherd abiding ia the field, keeping watch over their fl vk by night. And lo! the Angel of the Lord cam upon them, an i the glory of the' Lord shone around about them; and they were sore afraid. And the angel said unto them, fear not, for behold, I bring you good tidings of grea...

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

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - DEC. 28. Coas a.id Bcsioxa. The celebrated Chiropodist, Dr. Stuart, cow at the Eater House, is pre pared to apply the moit beauüfu'. tnd scientific mode of treatment to all thoae who desir to b operated npun systematically, for the curs of Jörns, reunions, diseased ail. rrotuberances. TVarts, &c. They are) removed without pain or drawing a drop of blood. Ladies may call as ell as gentlemen. dec23-dlw&wiw. CfF"Tbe Democrats of Perrv township are re-1 quested to meet at the Precinct House on Thürs- I day the 7th day or Jsnuarv next at Z o'ciock, lor the purpose of se'ectin delegate to attend the Congressional Convention to be he-.d at Military Hill in Indianapolis on the 8th day of January, 1664. A general attendance is requested. By order of the Township Committee. dec23 d&w2 T. WHitrotD, Ch'n. Bryant's Commercial College. From the following highly complimentary notices from as many different and dint ant points, it will ...

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

f From the Ricb.rao?vpispatch, Dc. 9 Got. Lt'chw's uie-ifajre waWtead jn the Legislature yesterday. " Jlot ba.vivg.r.ooj to publ;b the wboie of it, we jntke the -following gvnopeis of its content;""'" This war has now beeu in progr nearly three jears. Whatever ot respect, or confidence, or aSaction eiUted at tLe cpmiueiiceaient f our troubles, has been effectual!? crushed and forever destrored. There is not eVen tbe shadow tjf a , possibility that respect can Le revived, or confidence restored, or affection renewed. The chAjn that bound us together his been broken. aiid ran never be reunited the coaguificetit structure re ired by our wis and patriotic forefather h. fnlleu into ruins, aid it cau feeder be reconstructed. -TU Union thij tormed, the governmeot tbey-establUhed, hav had their allotted time, and re now nuaibered with the tbinea that are gone. A people indued with fuund principles and animated by a proper spirit, who bate us with the in tenuity which the northern people hav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 January 1864

) i VOL. XXIII, -NO. 31. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, JAN. 4, 1864. WHOLE NO. 1,277 . . . . .... ' - 1 VEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, rtisrc iD rnusaiiD bvcbv moxdav at the E XV S E T I EL O P F ICE, XO. 11 n.l 13 SOUTU MERipUS STREET, ELDER, II 1RKNESS, & BINGHAM ay" g TERMS Oy WEEKLY 8ESTI5IL: !neeopy one year . ............. 1 SO Faa cop 10, and on to th maker of th club 15 o fwenty copies, and two to the maker of th rlnb, 30 00 Ad Uttonseanbt made to Club at anytime Übe above rate. The namoswill be printed on each paper, without xtra charge. One square, xe insertion...'.. f0 TS two " 1 00 " Tour " X 00 Poresch tobsequent insertion, and for each Insertion of each ad'litionalsiuare..gaay Advertisement mnt be handed in by Sunday to cur insertion in the wpekly.. AtrertUements published tn both the Dally and the rkly SiemscL, will ba har;ed thefull Dailyrate!, with one-hslf tie Weeklyrate added nrmnnctn leatha with funeral notice attached. $1 without notice.free. Marriage Votice 5...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 January 1864

YEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - !JAN. 4. The year eighteen hundred and stxtyihree has pxstand its record is ruade up. rTo us, 8 a peo pie nd"a nation, at bis beet filled with iaiportant and Interesting event. The civil war has been wnf J5er?ety"Jarid upon a sc To that has 110 pirallel iu history. Over a million and a quarter of men of one n ition have confronted etch other in deadly strife, and at a cost in treisure of at lost fifteen hundred millions of dollars. Notwithstanding this imioeiiie drain upon the resources of the couutry, a Urge portion of the people of the North hive enjoyed an apparent prosperity equtl, if not greater, than in years of peace. We know here but little of the evils of war. Onlj those wb hve tnversed a.couutry over which a large array h i pissed, can appreciate the blight anl curse which follows in the train of war. ", war ! wh it. what art thou t ' At once tbe proof and scourge of man fIl'n tat ! J Af'er the brightest conquest, what appear Of all thy lories t ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 January 1864

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - - - JAN. 4. tteinoval The Sentinel office has been remove tu the oew Sentinel building, on the corner of Meridian and Pearl streets, Half a qtiare south of "Wash ioton street, an J near! opposite our old location, where we will be pleei to see all Democrats, sod other, having printing to tin. t3?The Democrats of Perry township are requested to meet at the Precinct House on Thür day the Tili day of January next at '2 o'clock, for the purpoae of selecting1 delegate to attend the Con;re.fiona! Convention to be held at Military II II in Iitdi;io!id on the Mh day of January, 1861. A gaiieral attendance is ieuested. Br order of the Township Committee. dc23 diw2 T. WmrroBD. Ch'n. in Slatirt SixrtL? Deing Partial Discussions of the Proposition. "'Slavery U Smful, le tween Ovid Bttllk, Thomas- Wilit and Jer kmi ah Smith. 13 j Julmiab Smith. Indianap ulis; II. H. Dodd 4: Co., Publwherii, lf63. The object of this work is to combat the do ma that slavery is sinful, ai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 January 1864

rXruth ajid poetry, too Frooa the !ou:svi!le Democrat. . t The Ncgro' IumcnU' H No corn I In tbetteld, 5o cotton in the tow; ßusty U tb hovel And broken U the fioa. The wee is ere in the garden, And the tie-vine and the thorn Where were cotton in the field, And peas among the crn. Our cabins are all rotting, Or In ruin scattered rouwl The eoti on gin, in a.inea. Lj inf level with the ground. - How jolly in the aunshine, Uw pleasant in the shade. Around the crowded corn -crib We happy nlgers played 1 How we sung our merry songa. And we shucked the gathered com, At the whisky jug went round And each emptied down mhorml v. Bat now the Junis broken, And the corn-crib is no more; The famishing fox is barking In the empty kitchen door. OH masier pave as clothe, - And all our children fed; And mitrea u.red the kick, When ill npou the bed. . Now spurned, in rags and sorrow, In hunger and in cold, We weep forg.tod old mistress We Derer hall behold. We mourn for good old master, Sow moulderin...

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