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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 January 1864

ay-". "wa- 'tyVV- " 1' r nn ä nn m J ii Jo YOL. XXIII, m 32. INDIANAPOLIS, IND.; MONDAY, JAN. 11, 1864.: WHOLE NO. 1,278. Ml) A J A N 11 T V r WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, lit . r rsiSTaaa sro rcuMiiiif mono AT tar EWE.TITEL OFFICE, XO. 11 mJ 1J SOUTH MERIDIAN TRI IT. ELDER, niRRNESS, & BINCÜA5 TERMS OF WIIKLT XimXL: Dae eapy m ;ttr 1 SO reo copies, and one to th maker of tbe elab . IS o twenty enple, and two to tba maker of the elnb, SO 00 Additions Mn be mao to Clobeat any time at tb above rates. Tbe aataeewiU be printed eaeach paper, wtthoot ' txtracbarg. . . Oa i sqaare,oae Insertion........... . ....f O TS ' - two 1 00 foar " 1 00 PorKh obMqaent nsartiun. and for ab laserlioanfeacb additional qnare.... SJ 7 Advertisement mot bo band! In by Sunday to Hnm Insertion In tbe weekly. Viverttserneat published In botb tbe Dally and the wVetiy Tni,wUl be charged tbe fall Dallyrate, wttbone-batf the rTeeklyrate added 4nMiMlnt aths rl tb faoera I notice attached. $1 without notice, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 January 1864

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - JAN. 11. Death of Judge Caleb Is. Smith. TitSe&mauoTtjT were jdUedr&JTThUrsdUT craning with tlie announcement of the the sudden ill nees anf decease ;'o( the Hon Caie Smith, Judge of tie D strict Court of the TJuited States for the District of Indiana. He liad been" indis posed for several months, but jestertj lyroorning be staiel to bis son, while he was driving from his residence to the Court room, to attend to his ofiicUl business, hid Court being in session, that he felt better thar he bad for a long while. He retired to his office and it is supposed th-tt he burst a blood vessel in fit of coughing, to' which he was subject, occasioning a hemorrhage of the t fich. : He ai found in this condition by porter who opened hin door to attend to his fire... The alarm was immediately given, and every effort-Iba his Jamiiy, hi friend and hi niedi'nl advisers . could render for. bis relief proved unavailing, lie lingered until '7 o'clock i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 January 1864

WEEiaQENTOEL. MONDAY, - - JAN. 11. Ox Thousand Dqiimis JtcWiio. The above reward will be giren 10 an person who ca furnish a prescription for cough. colJ, whoopingeoujrti, Asthma antT consumption. rhich la equal to Dr. Strickland'a Mellifluous Cough Balsam. This balsam will cure tha above comp! tints, also pitting of blood and night sweats. Ooe fifty cent bottle ia sufficient for any one to try. The worst case of chrotHc'cough, a"thml whoopingcough and primary case of consumption aie cured by Dr. Strickland' Mellifluous Cough Balaam, fit can b had at any druggist's, i It la dif ferent from any cough joedicioe are bat known in this country. (I) SoLDIV.BS ASD THIH RrLATlVfLS Taei NoTICK. Disabled soldiers and their relatives, who are entitled tür ension, back pay, or bounty, can have them promptly attended to by applying to Walker & McKernan, authorized agenu, No. 8, West Washington street. The best proof that they understand the business, is the Urge number of cases in wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 January 1864

rir.ipr lirapc Culture. Ti e following interistiojj rojort and observation cn pmpe trrape cdtnrc, U from the pen cf oar f.ieirl, 1). Joiii-A..Wrlfr, of Cincinnati, Otii, fcn 1,1 hrrpmlliaresled in grape mittlre in IoU?ia, will jive it airpful pcmal. It will be faail to be a re concia'e-anl accurate gniJ to those ahont to cmbarklo prap culture, in v eil as to il.'jejrho are now cultivating t'ae Tino : , . . D. IL Picrum, President of the Cincinnati llurtxadtural Soc.Utj : - In accordance with an order and enstom of our SorietT, I procet-d to irndcr some account ef what I hare met wi:h of intcref-t while absent on a ho.-ieu!rnral excursion. ? IITing recently enjoyed an opportunity of inspecting the exteaivo plantations of Key. J. Knox an I others, in the vicinity of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, I proceed to giro yon some account of ius admirable management,-and of Ida wonderful sneees: The experiments of Mr. Knox have demonstrated t!iat he has an excellent soil and sanation far fruits, es...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 January 1864

vVEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, . ... . ... - . , . 1 1 . ! . 1. . . . . ' : la ll an 13 BOCTR MIRJDIA5 TRI ET, : iic ji m'j r-i ':.' I tLDEU, IURRNESS, MXGIIAJl . .. IIB OF WSEKLT SKSTIXKU .. Dq copy yr 4fff. 1 St fa copies, and on to tb maker f the e!nS, . 15 0 f went T copies, nd two to tbe wkeT of t?ie elob, SO 0 A.c!ditIonenb tniinlotMnhtiat TiTrtmettbboT rat. Tb nawoewilt Im printed each oaper, wttbout .Mtraebaig.' .-. . t r . i-j Ob Miara.n inrtlon... ,.,,,( TS ! A two 44 1 0 foor " r.77T. 1 00 i Foraeb abquentlnrtl,Dd for eacb tnier-tioq-feach adlitionalsqoare....l.....-. .3S ?AdTttiementnitb htudMiU bj fnndayt Mnr insertion in the weekly. , . .. , i A4-ertseraents puhjinhed tn both tbe Pallv and tbe eeklr 9--n-, will b charred tlefall Dalljrate, -rttbe.o-halfik Waekly tatea addedC . ;..: . AniMuncins; daaths withfurlnptiettacbe, fl witboat notice, free. . ' i V : - ' " Marriage Notice 50 centa. t !fotle of "esHralsPlcnres nd Kre-triotir, rotten np : tadiridaat.cor aoclatJoa,orbyelr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 January 1864

WEEKLY. SENTINEL. MONDAY, - - JAN. 18Correction.. . of Wednesday mate a correctToTiTu the report of " ( hi Cambridge speech. It a vs tb h Gover- ' jor jrajwrooglv, reported yntg Jbat the Auditor of State had refused Wi.xstow, Lasix Jk G. aeeea t fei book, thus. prTerjCo)e them v from pajing tte interest last summer." And in ..thin conoecüoa tho Journal, speaVmg for ih Governor, adds; "Justke to Kistib require il to ' b said that th let arrangment was made to ( pajr the Interest; ha ha permitted the Oorernor'a , Secretary to üke from lis book coj.'es of the 9 transfera of oar Btt stock ad ha offereJ ' every facility for that purpose." This correction implies that brfort the late arrangement ol the . ('raravr't 10 pay the inier eat upon the State 7 stoxks, that the Auditor bad refused to permit .' the Governor or hi deputies to examine the pebv lie record in his office, or the books Id which the transfer of clocks are recorded. We prestme -' thia implication is jest aa error-AJUa aa t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 January 1864

s err: ' '"I ' I ! . .1 ' 1 TU P ca to e, tb of an ml'1' di 0 T c tx h: D T d a - o a S . b o 1 i r q T t "i,;, D r -) o a cS tl stl n ti r i ar Si G tl Tti i e c i 4 . r i i i i i i r rEEKLY,SENTLNJ5L ONDAY. JAN. 18. Soldi r bs axd raust tRrLAriTxa Taee Nojr. Disabled aoldiera and their relatives, who I entitled to pensions, back pay. or bounty, d hare' them promptly attended to by applying Walker k McKernan, authorised agents, No. West Washington &UeeL The best proof that cy understand the business, is the large number cases in which they hare obtained the bounties .d pettsiojttiu Ad i oo l . ;icr J. I). Waleee. Lai Major 2d Cavalry. Lill 1 J. iU VjLiiJLU.lli J t1- j.Dll-Wlf Ts the . f laatlan. The qaota of Indiana nader the last call of the esidect forffhree hundred thousand mei, t oat nineteen ; thonsand.'i'Tiris tinmber wdte iced by credits to 16.U1. on the 20ih day of ctober, when the Prerident's call appears, he returns are not in, so that the exact number .nnot b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 January 1864

The Ml ArclibUUap llufciies. .. The New York csrrejpondenoff1? Cincinnati Euquh-ef furnishes tfc foBi- if-U lift of this eminent prela. wh! diei l Nw York oa the 1st inat.;-'J Born in the nortbr of Aeland In 1798, he etnigited to America hn nineteen years of age. e wss placed wirb florist, to learn the art of gardening; but this mode of life did not suit the already-sppearicg abilities of the to be eminent divine, end Le sota by hard application Wis able to enter the Theological Seminary of Mount St. Mary. Emmeltsburg, Maryland. In 1S25, he wa ord.iliiel. Priest at Philadelphia, end. in. first' Uraced ftublie notice by a controversy with the Rev. John JJ.eCfcin ridge, a Presbyterian clergyman, on lhee.,ie3Uif'.,,'l the Protestant religion the religion of Christi' The debate was conducted with signal ability on both ijea. In 1822, Mr. Hoglie founded St John's College in Philadelphia-, and, in 1837. he came to New Tork. as ilnunt -to Bishop Dubois. Shortly afterward, the Bishop was-sm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 January 1864

1 71 rm r j VOL. XXIII, NO. 34. INDIANAPOLIS, IND.; MONDAY,' JAN. 25, 1864. WHOLE NO. 1,280 X. A IS1 7 T NA 1 v WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, riMTitAiD rviLisacD avast omat itTii EWSETIi"VKIj OFFICK, . SO. 11 and 13 SOUTH MER1DUX STREET, ELDER, IIARRNESS, & MNGn JI TERM I OF WEEKLY 8EXT1N EL; - Oneeopy onsyesr................ $ 1 SO Tq copies, aud oo ti the maker of she clnb IS 00 Twenty copies, aad two to the maker of the clnb, 30 00 AJÜUonieanbe made to Club at any time at the above rates. The names will bs printed tn each paper, without extra charge. Dm aatiaro, oao lnssrtloa . . two v " 075 1 00 ; " four ' t oo Foroach subseqaent insertion, and for each lasertea of sack additional square s3) JO" Advertisements nut bo handed in by Sunday to secure insertion in the weekly. Advertisements published la both the Dally and the Weekly ttaimaaL, will be charged the fall Daily rates, with one-half the Weekly rales added Aaiouociag deaths with funeralnotlco attached, ft; wifbont Boti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 January 1864

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - JAN. 25. The ."Sew Qnta. Under the last call of the President for- three hundred thousand men, the quota of Indian is a little over sixteen thousand. There is no floubt this number will4e raised by volunteering, witnout crediting upon the enumeration the veteran troops wfio re cnTT.-t; The surviving members of" man; of the old regimeuts. whose time of er- , vice it about to expire, bare almost unanimously reenIisteJ so that the quota of the Sute would be mora than filled if the enlistments were placed . to her credit; bu; it i proposed to fill our quota, under the last levy without reference to the re ' newed enlistments of the veteram regiments. The Adjutant General of tbe State, Iu a speech, the other day, stated that we had., (linety-aeven regiments in 'he field. Not one cf these regi menu is full. Many of them number not over two hundred and fifty men. Say that the de-t ficiency of the tegiraents in tbe field will average three hundred men, and thi is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 January 1864

J AX. 25. NEW CLUB) RATES. In order to contnbvte to the .dissemination of Democratic principles throughout the State, we bare this dar established near club rate for the Weekly ßentiuel, furnishing tweutr copies and orer at one dollar' and twentj-fire centj a year. From this dato the following will be the terms of tbwi'ccMj SeWnflC iL'aij 1 copy, one year, $1 50 10 copies, and one to the maker of the club, 15 00 20 copies. and one to the nmker of the club, 23 00 Additions can be made to clubs at any time at clob rates. ; t;. . While we are making these reductions, with war prices still continuing on paper and Tabor, we feel that we hare a right to call on every Democrat in ludian to aid in extending the circulation of the Sentinel. There is no Democrat but can raise a cUb in his neighborhood, with a little exertion, and if this is done all orer the State.the Seotinel will be a fttniliar visitor at the fireside of every Democrat!) family. Go to work at once, and set'your fricoJj to w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 January 1864

The Good Time hu Com at Last. A NEW ISÜHJD XDÜL1TT05 SXG. y, v.: '. J Ab! the Kviod Unser. A com at laset, New K: gliud roles tbe na'ioo.v ' An 1 now we've got you "Hoosiera" fat, la spite of all creation. . - For" thirty year irs've labored bard For tariff and protection. And now we Aar too to retard , ? Hy netting np objection. I ProtArtUm U the very tbir.E .'; ' To rVatify our wishes ' I It brings os riebet like a king, j i Aod gold nd silver dishes.. It make na love you Western folka r W ith very k'.nd regardFar r.ow w sell yoa calico At thirty cents a yard. Once you bad fold and silver, too, Klyiug round He rocket; But soon we maite yon send It through, yTo jinsle In our pocketa. While we've got p lenty of "chink," It surely look quite funny, To nee you W estern Hooeier folks Use paste-board for your money. - , , Foe 1'nton.Conntitotion, Law, i Did we not load Insist, Until we got yoa Hoosier boy 1 Most bravely to enlist? . - . .-- ': And now we've rot you in the rank, We eanuo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 February 1864

0-v r t n IN 71 J VOL. XXIII, isO. 35. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, FEB. 1, 1864. WHOLE NO. 1,281 INA SENT in njJiNo WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, rump aid rcsusaxp ktcbt moxdat at ti OFFICE, 50. 11 and 13 SOUTH JtSKIDIAS STEKKT. . (couu or rau. rrurr.) ELDER, IIAURNESS, & BINGHAM JW- JL tVM . TERM OF WEEKLT SETTT5EL: One copy ou year $ 1 SO Tan copies, and one to the maker of the clnb 15 CO Twenty copies, and one to the maker of the clnb, IS 00 Additions can be road to Clnb at any time at th bor rates. The names will be printed on each paper, without extraenarire. JTj Xosbt m jy be sent at or risk by Express, prepaid, or in Keristered Letters by Mail; otherwise we will ot be rawpoaaiblo for any loea that may occur1. 3ns square, one insertion... ........ $0 76 two " 1 00 " fonr " 3 00 Tor each tubseqaeat insertion, nnd for each interton of each additional square tS( TO Advertisements most be banded In by Sunday to seem re insertion ia the weekly. -Advertisements published in bot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 February 1864

f WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY FKB: 1.The v lig-lbllltr Question. ' The Constitution provides for the election of Oovernor only once in four "years?" In case of the resignation, death, or other disability ol the Governor t perf rra the duties of the office, it also provides for a succession without the neceseiij of au elecüou by the people. . If the elected. Governor is from 115 cause unable to di-ichsrge the duties of the position, the Constitution siya the office shall devolve upon the LieutenantGovernor, and in case of his disability it shall then devolve npon such officer of Stite, elected by the people, as the Legislature msy elect. Bv law tlie Legislature has provided that in case of the disability of the Governor ami Lieuten-ant-Governor to discharge the executive power of the Sure th it it hall be vestel in the Secretary of State. Even in th cane of the incompetency of the Lieutenant Governor and the Secretary of Stjte, from any cau.e. to discharge the duties of Governor, if the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 February 1864

WEEKLY ' SENTINEL. MONDAY, - - FEB. 1. NEW CLUD RATES. la order to contribute to the) dissemination of Democratic principles throughout the State, we have this day established new club rate fur the Weekly Sentinel, furnishing . twetitj copies and orer atone dollar and tweuty-flve cnU a year. From this date the followinj will be the terms of the Weekly Sentinel: 1 cop, one jeir $1 50 10 copies, and one to the maker of the club, 15 00 20 copies. and ooeto the miker of iheelub, 25 00 Additions can be made to clubj at anr time at club rates. While we are making these reductions, with war prices still continuing on paper and labor, we feel that we hare a right to call oo every Democrat in Indian to aid in extending the circulation of the Sentinel. There is no Democrat but can raiae a club in bis neighborhood, with a little exertion, and if this is done all orer the State, the Sentinel will be a familiar visitor at the fireside of erery Democratic family. Oo to work at once, and ret jour ...

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

Vor iL Sute Sentiue"" The Hon 4 of Liberty In vain for peac we plead ; WUu lbe wh hav th BswerrIo vain the victim bleed. While madneawaloa the boor. Then arise In til your might, Te tone of the noble tit'. Assert yaur legal right Tc tue bond of bberiy. . It Is trampled In the dust By the f.ot of perjured pride. Who have betrayed their trust. To those whoe'er confide. Then hall thev longer away . ' Tb srtptre of the free I Xe! God will bring the day . To deliver yoa and me. XV"t wait In hope the hour, Ye sons of the noble free, And we i.hII gain the power. By the bond of liberty. - ' No longer hall our brothers cay, My rights you do deny, Bat equal rights" hall rule the da. And all with law comply. Then draw tight the band. Nor o'er our trial boo od; "No more fball brothers' bands Be stained with brothers' blood. Then while mariners rules the hour, At tie ballot-box we'll try To reg in the power J.iw loet to yoa ana i. biMAJiroL, January W, 1P64. Cabxo. ' 'French Views of nur Civil W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 February 1864

r 1 n j VOL. XXIII, NO. 36. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, FEB. 8, 18(U. WHOLE NO. 1,282 INI) A NA STAT SEN T N j i WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, rlTI AIU KIIUUI SVBBT BOKBAT AT TIB tfEWSEIVTirVEI, OFFICE, 50. 11 and 13 SOUTH HIRIDIAX STRIKT, (CKMUBB Of rAL BTBBBT.) ELDER, IIARRNESS, & BINGIUM TERM i OF WEEKLY SKXTTNEL: Ons copy on yesr. $ 1 SA Tea copic, ana oos u the taker of Hi club 15 CO Twenty copies, and om to the naker of the club, 25 09 Additions can be mule ts Clubs st anytime sttbssbors rstrs. The aunetwill b rtatdoneach paper, without itrichr?e. Tj Mo.ht mir bs sent at oar rik by Fxpress, prepaid, or in Krftered Letters by Hail, otherwise we will not be responsible for auj loss that may occur. A. edL -w- e . aw JL A . Dne sqrure, ose Insertion f 0 75 " two " 1 0 four 1 00 Fir esch subsequent insertion, and for each Inser tion of each aMitionalsiaare. 3X Try Advertisements must be banded in by Sunday to secure insertion In the weekly. A4ertisements published in both the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 February 1864

WEEKLY SENTINEL MONDAY, - - FEU. 8. The Journal's .titanlli an Judge Per klD. Our very learned neighbor, llie central organ of the Republicau party of Indiana, nod mo?t of our readers have probably witnessed exhibitions of learned pigs, has been devoting the columns of that print iu wht we presume it regards reviews of the opinion recently delivered by Judge Pkrkixs upon martial law, military law, or the war powers or the President of the United States. In in issue of Friday it says the opinion "concludes with a labored attempt to prove that ihe rebellion aod the revolution were alike right, alike in origin, purposes and in defender against unscrupulous tyranny'in the governments they were resisting." The opinion makes do attempt of that kiod. It only asserts, go far as the rebellion id concerned, and which everv honest man must be willing to concede to be true.that the rebellion did not originate in an attempt to overthrow the government of the United States. Quoting the . language...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 February 1864

WEEKLY SENTINEL MONDAY, FEB. 8. NEW CLUB RATES. In order to contribute to 0t dissemination of Democratic principles throughout the State, we hare this dar established new club raten for the Weekly Sentinel, furnishing twenty copies and over at one dollar and twenty-five cents a year. From this date the following will be the terms of the Weekly Sentinel: 1 copy, one year $1 50 10 copies, and one to the maker of the club, 15 00 SO copies, and onetothemikerof the club, 25 00 Additions can be made to clubs at any time at club rates. While we are making these reductions, with war prices still continuing on paper argl labor, we feel that we have a right to call on every Democrat in Indiana to aid in extending the circulation of the SWhtii.el. There is no Democrat but can raise a club in his neighborhood, with a little exertion, and if this is done all over the State, the Sentinel will be a familiar visitor at the fireside of every Democratic family. Go to work at once, and et your friends...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 February 1864

ä'iominy. connecting tfce right with tl-.e left; KeTftV rry-ps Ktw lVni llo-vi-near Bottom's BriJfre, witU llViotzchnan's corps at supporting distance iails rear. '. - The fordjit Küttom's -Biitlc was in our possession. atMlIhe rebuilding of. the bridge, which had been destroyed by the enemy, was commenced. - On the 22d, headquarters moTed to-Coal Harbor. On the 26th, the railroad was in operation as far as the Chickahominy, and the railroad bridge across that stream was nearly completed. ' The history of the operations before Richmond is now given in detaihjvith reports of subordinate commanders, including the battles of Fair Oaks and Hanover Court House, the paralysis of the operations caused by the sudden withdrawal of McDowell's command to protect Washington at the moment of thepanic cand by the movements f General S'onewall Jac kson against Banks, Shields and Fremont, and the change of bae to the James river a-xounlished, through the severe and glo-iom actions of the "Seven Day...

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