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

3 JL r nnnrnT t f 1 VOL. XXffl, 10. 48. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, MAY 2, 1864. WHOLE NO. 1,294 MD SENT .EL ' 51 A 1LU 3 ELDER, HARKNESS & BIXCniM, TEEJ4 OF WEEKLY SK5TI5EL: Ona copy Ii year... .................... .......$ 1 BO Tea copies, od one to the maker of the club IS 00 Twenty eopSes, and od to the maker of the club, 23 00 Addi tlons can be made to Club at any time at tb abort rate. The names will be printed on each paper, wit boat xtraeharge. TO Kon m ty be sent at oar risk by Express, prepaid, or in KegUtered Letters by Mail; otherwise we will aot be responsible for any loss that may occur. irevtlnlxad. Das qaare,ea Insertion. ......i.. ............ 1 0 75 two ............... 00 " fonr " 1 0 Tor each iabseqaentinsertton, and for each Insertieaafeaca ad.ditieDaWq.aare. ............. 13X Tt7 Advertisements mast be handed la by Sunday to secure insertion in the weekly. Advertisements published in both the Dally and the Weekly Isnnn, will be charged thefall Dailyr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 May 1864

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - - MAY 2. Tbe Contract Between the Wettern Gorernore and the Prealdent. We call attention to the following extraordinary document. The Governor of, Ohio Indiana, Illinois and Iowa, formally and Specifically j setting forth minutel.T the term and conditions, without any consultation with the people of thoae States, offer to furnish the President 65,000 troops to be raited in those State-exclosivelv, for one hundred days service. This Km i to be placed S completely at the disnosal of the President as any other troops now in the service. Aud according to the contract thcr areto serve in fortiSe tlions or wherever their terricea are required, vilhin or eitheut their respective Staten." No bounty, be it remembered is to be paid to these troops, nor is their service to be charged or credited on draft. Tbe Governor of Indiana, without the knowledge or consent of the people of the State, offers to furnish, upon such terms, 20.000 of her citizens. Indiana has prompt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 May 1864

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY. - MAY 2. CAMPAIGN DOCUMENTS FOR 1864. - . , , v . FACTS FOB THIS PFOBLS : In answer to Oor. O. P. Moaroa's erroneous statements to tbe Republican State Convention, February 23, lfA Prepared and published by order of the Democratic State Central Committee. . . . Thi U a mterly and complete refutation of the miastalementa and false reasoning contained In Got. Morton's tpeecb, and hould be placed in the hand of every voter in the State, to tbat the people nay Judge themselves, correctly and Intelligently, aa to the Issue ralaed by KU Excellency. Tbe Facta contain twbbtt large and cloeely printed pages. Price, 93 per hundred. TDK PRF.SKNT CONDITION AND FUTURE PROSPeCTS OF THE COCNTRT. Speech of Hn. D. W. Tocnurg, delivered In tbe House of Representatives of tbe I'nited States, March 5, 1864. "The multitude in all countries are patient to a certain point. Jrairs. This is pronounced to be one of tbe ablest and mot eloquent speeches ever delirered In Congress. It I...

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

WEEKLY1 SENTINEL. MONDAY, - - - - - -MAY 2., news t lto.n this south. Bebels Preparla (or Extensive fara IHT.anl Ttklrtf lron-Clads Now llcadr-LocsUltm and Character of tli Uebel rieel-Twenir European Ira-t;iad Possibllttr of an Attack n Washington. Correspondent of the TS. T. Werld-l , - Baltimobk, April 21. A XITW ELRMK.1T fit SEBXL TBSJIGTII. From the sources of information alluded to in a recent letter. I hare derived the following fact in relation to the naval plans of the rebels. The operations of the Confederates in the campaigns of lsf4 will not be confined to the maneuvers of Und forces. If their plans are carried out, naral cperatious on a large scale will form a prominent part of the exertions which they will put forth. Without including their foreign-built vesaeU, of which I wilt speak presently, and excluding also such vessels as the Georgia, which are U9ed merely as stationary floating batteries, they bare built themselves, mostly from their own materials, and have now...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 May 1864

mm mho -JLU VOL; -XXIII, NO. .49. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, ; IÄY: 9; 1864. WHOLE NQ. 1,295 f r 1 ELDER, BARENESS -.ft-BIXCffllSI, TORX? OF WEEKLY SKSTIXKL: Oae copy one year. $ 1 50 Ten copies, and on to tha maker of theclub..-.. 15 00 Twenty copies, and on t the maker f the dob, 15 00 Addition can be mad teClobsatanytimeattheabove ratea. Tae Names will be printed each paper, without eatracharg-e. ! Mom m j be sent at oar risk by Express, pre paid, or in Ketfstered Letters by Mail, otherwise we will ot be reipoanible for any loss that may -ecer. Dae sqaare, oae insertion. " two " .. - tarn fO 75 1 00 ........... a w Foraach tabteqaeiitlasertion.and for each tnsertionefeacb additionalo.nare. ...... ...... 33 TO Advertisements must be handed in by Sanday to secure iasertion ia the weekly. Advertisements published in both the Daily and the Weekly airrrat.. will be charged t Befall Daily ratea, with one-half the Weekly rat es added An oocina: deaths witfcf aneralnotice attaebed.tl; w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 May 1864

w WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - - - MAY 9. TUE CAMPAIGN SENTINEL; . THE WIEK LT 8 KTIXIL will be' furnished to ctabe of tea or more, daring tie campaign, at the following rate .' , 'ir .... ..I.5.T3 Cent. 50 Centi, FarSlx 7Ivit.e. ...... For roar irxontua TrjrDemcrata ara eWty arged Ut'Ukd tkireolation of th SDtlnel dartDg tha prmtiit campaign, in every township In Indiana. , . my9 Tbe War Mews. -The war dws will be read this Booming with , great interest. The advance of Don. Grant, to use the language of the Secretary of War. "afford an inference of national eucce on our part." There has been a severe struggle be- . tween the armies of Generals I) a a xt aud Lee a terrible battle has been fought. The advan tage is claimed for the Federal lorces, but without decisive results It cannot be expected that veteran armies, nearly equal in numbers, can be overthrowr or disorganized in Single engagement. Put to disadvantage one dar veteran troops will rally the next and fight successful!. We h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 May 1864

WEEKLY-SENTINEL; MONDAY, - - MAY 9. CAMPAIGN DOCUMENTS FOR 1864, ACTS TOB THE PEOPLE : la answer to Gov. O. P. Moaroa's erroneous statement to tht Republican Stat Convention, February 13, 1W.X Prepared and pub liahed by order of ÜM Democratic Stat Central Commine. ... Tbi la a masterly and complete refutation of the misstatement and false reasoning contained In Got. Morton's speech, and rhould ba placed Id tha band of every voter tn tbe Stat. 10 tbat the people may Judg themselves, correctly at.4 Intelligently, as to tbe issues raised by Hia Excellency. Tbe Facta contain twixtt large and cloaely printed pagea. Price, 3 par hundred. THK PRESENT CONDITIO AND FUTURE PROSPKCTS OF THE COCSTRY. Speech of Hau. D. W. YoonutkS, delivered In tbe House of Representative of tbe United Stares, llarcb 3, lb64. Tbe multitude in all eountriea are patent to a certain poii.t." Juaics. . Taw U pronoauced to ba oua of Iba ablast and moat elo.i jrut speetbes ver delivered in Congress. It la a mr X elabo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 May 1864

YEKT7nEKTTNEL': MODÄY, - - - - - - MAY 9. The rrt-r-M pit ai all. W stated the wther day, referring-to that portion of Governor Mobtox' speech on, Friday right last in'which he charged that the bemocratic party had been and was (till in favor of the establishment of a North weitem Confederacy! that be had no evidence whatever to sustain the Infamous accusation. Governor Mobtox. through the Journal of yesterday, says he will giro us; the proof. And what KJW We quote? "Head thespeech of Arr Thomas A. Hendricks ; before the Democratic State Convention of 1862, and you will find that he very plainly inti (nates that it will be necessary for the Northwest to separate from the East, and form soma connection with. the power which controls the Alifsissippi river." We have read that speech, and we reproduce just what Mr. Hcndbicks said upon that occasion; As a party, the Democracy of the Northwest have not been sectional, but have advocated equality of rights aud privileges to all and thus f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 May 1864

nn D I W W A TAT W j J Jo VOL. XXIII, m 50. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, MAY 16, 1864. WHOLE NO. 1,296 ELDER,' IIARKNESS & BIXCILlii, TK&X Of WKEKIT SE5TIXKL: One copy one year.. $ 1 60 Ten copiea, and m to the maker of the club IS CO Twenty copie, od oue to the maker of the club, 35 00 Addition! can be made toClabaatanytimeattheabova rates. The nameswill be printed on each paper, without extra charge. TT 10!t miy be tent at our risk by Expreaa, prepaid, or la Registered Letter by Mail; otherwise we will not be responsible for any loss that may occur. Vaf. -Wjsr-S.JBT1. On square. one I aaertlon. ....f0 75 two " 1 00 foar i 00 Far ach subsequent insertion, and for each ln&ertienofeach additionalsquare 3K TTj AdvertUementa maot be handed in by Sunday to aecure iasertion in the weekly. Advertise menu published in both the Dallyaadthe Weekly iit!Ti!cL, will be charged the fall Dally rites, with one-half the Weekly rates added As uncins; deaths withf a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 May 1864

YBEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, MAY 16. THE CAMPA1GX SENTINEL THE WEEKLY SK5T15KL will b furnished to club f ten er nor, daring U campaign, at the following rate For Six Irlonihe Wr Four months.... .75 Cent. .60 Cents. )r" Democrat! ar "pecially arg-ed to Mead tha e rcslatiom of tha 8otlnl daring tha praaant campaign, in every towoahip in mdiana. m;9 .tiercr and Marder. Under this title the Journal of Yesterday at jempta a defeuse of Governor Moetox from the charges contained in the Seutinel of the 10th inst-, and those who bare read both articles must - plainly see how fir it fulls short of showing facta. . even mitigating the Governor's conduct. We charged that Governor Mortos had used the pardoning power to protect his political friend from ihe penalty fixed by law when they have teen convicted for muidering Democrats, simply because they were Republicans, when theie was no pretense th.it they were not guilty, or that ther have not had a fair trial. We showed that he was in two cases th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 May 1864

WEEKUT- SENTINEIr MONDAY. MAY 16. CAMPAIGN D0CU3IENTS FOR 1864. FACTS F08 THIt PKOPH: ia answer to Go. 0. P. Moa tor's erroneous lUifiMBU the Republican Statt Convention, F.braary 13, lte3. Prepared and puUluhed bj order of th Democratic State Central Committee. - Tbis U a masterly and complete) refntatlon of th miastatementa and false reasoning contained In Got. Morton' speech, and bould b placed In tb band of vary voter In tb State, so that the people may Judge themselves, correctly and intelligently, aa to tba iasuea raised by Hla Excrfleney. Tba Fact- eoatain Twasrv large and closely printed pagee. Price, 3 per hundred. TH PRES t NT OffDITIOI AND FCTTR PROSPECTS OK THE Cül'MHT. Speech of Heu. D. W. Vooauxu, delivered la the House of Rfprwntativei of tha United Su es March 5, 136. "The multitude la ail coontfiaa in patent to a certain poii.t." Ji-aica. Tbia ia proowwuced to ba one of tbe ablest aol most eloquent speeihes ever delivered In Cougret-s. It Is a mawt elaborate review ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 May 1864

WEEKLY : üEMLXJiL MONDAY. - MAY IG. Secretary Äthan t. Gev. .Tler ien. Tbe Journal (aZtaj 0. P. M.) ia its issue cf Monday morning, contains a violut attack upon Iba Secretary of State, aud it appears to be entirety gratuitous. There is no apology for its labored effort to misrepresent that officer and prejudice the public min J against bim unless it be to icflueuce a cue now pending in tbe United .- State Circuit Court, io whicb tbe Governor and tbe Secretary are pirties litigaLt. We propose briefly to examine the complaints of His Excel lency. The Governor pronounce it an offense for the Secretary of Sute to "regard it as his business to issue cum missions." What ujs ihe'act prescribing the duties of that officei t (See O. k II. 1. p. 563): 'He shall keep a register of and attest all the official acts and proceedings ol the Governor, and affix the Real of the State with such attestations to ill com millions, pardons, and other . Dublic instruments to which the signature of the Gov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 May 1864

71 fnTi j Jl 1 VOL. XXIII, XO. 51. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, MAY 23, 1864. WHOLE NO. "1,297, 1 , ; t 1 mi IN i ELDER, IIIRKN'ESS & CINCFIAS1, TXRM3 OF WEEKLY 8EXTE7EL: One opyone year..... .. 1 60 Tea copies, ad oe to the Baker of tbeclob. .... 15 00 Twenty copies, end oue to the maker of the club, 25 00 Additions can be made toClubsalenytimeattbeabove rates. The name will he printed on each paper, without extraeharge. Tfj Moasv tsiy be sent at oar risk by Express, prepaid, or in Keglaered Letters by Mail, otherwise we will ot be repooible for any loss that nay occur. JLMJL 3a sqeara.one Insertion " two " . .0 7S , 1 00 " foar " J 09 For sac h suhseqnentinsertion, and for each loser tiowefeacat alditlalqMre. ............. tSH Vn Advertisement mast be sanded In by Sunday to secure Insertion In the weekly. Adrertisements published in both the Dally and the Weekly Harris!., will be charged thefall Daily rates, with one-half the Weekly rates added A a ancln; dosths with f ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 May 1864

WEEKLY SENTINEL MONDAY, - MAY 23. W CAMPAIGN SEXTIiNEL. THE WimTSISnmiU ba roroial to club f lea er vor during the eamptljrn, at taa foUow.Bg ratta: . '.'. . , . i rf Six !viiwtli 73 Cents. wa - r jlmiaa..............&0 Coav THrDeroocrata ara pecfally urged to 'Und tha e Teolation of th 8ntinel daring Ui present campaign. In very townahip in Iridium, wy . On th situation The Journal announces that truth is "copperbeadisro," ami lying Is "loyalty." Such must ' b the honest impression of all who read iu edi torial of yesterday, beaded '-The Sentinel on the Situation.' In our Issue of Thursday morning, in a few lined, we gare the substance of the telegraphic dl?patches "on the situation." The telegraph is ander gorern ment censorship, and iU employes are what are termed "loyal" men ' which means, according to the modern interpretation of the term, allegiance to the Administration. This kind of fealty is now regarded as the test of loyalty. Those who question the wisdom and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 May 1864

0 gainst the Democrats to jns pretendH reeoHs of which we hava been speaking. Will ihr Randolph Coonty Journal.-the Union Eagle, and Indianapolis Journal, hatt the manliness to publish this, and thus belp to undo the wrong they did in Kivinjr, publicity to the preieudeJ record? Ws halt tee Weekly sentinel. MONDAY, t -MAY, 23. CAMPAIGN DOCIMLMS FOK 1864. ACTS FOR THK PKOrLK : In umrer to Gov. O. P. Moaroa's erroneous lUirnwnls to the Re publican State Convention, February 33, li.3. Prepared and published by order of the Democratic Slate Central Committe. Thia is a masterly and complete refutation of the ntla-tatemente and falte reasoning contained in Gov. Mortua'a peecb, and rbould be placed in the hand of every voter in tbe State, ao that the people may judge themselves, correctly and Intelligently, as to the laauea rafted by His Eieellency. Tbe Facta contain mm large and closely printed pages. Price, 13 per hundred. III I PRESENT CONDITIO AXD FCTCRR PROSPKCTS OF TUB CGUHTKT. speech...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 May 1864

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - . MAY 23. A Chans The speech of Wisdhj. PHUiirVat tb aoBiTersMj o( the American Anti-Slavery Society io New York. last week, furnishes topics worthy of consideration. Sime two year ago that gentleman visited Washington. He was welcomed with distinguished honors by the President acd the Republican members of Congress. Then he was in favor of a vigorous prosecution of the war, regarding the overthrow of slavery as its ol'ject and its justification. He did not consider any consequences beyond that as being involved in the terrible civil war in . which one section of the Union was arrayed in deadly strife against another. But two years' reflection and experience have wrought a change in his mind. As all men of thought, cultivation and integrity must. Mr. Phillips frankly admits that civil war is not the proper means of eradicating what he regards a great political, social and moral evil. He is willing now to consider that the remedy is a dingerous one, and in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 May 1864

71 rm im J INDIANAPOLIS, IND., MONDAY, MAY 30, 1864. VOL. XXIII, NO. 52. WHOLE NO. 1,298 ND STAT 51dj ELDER, IURKNESS & BIXGILIU, TERX OF WEEKLT SESTISEL: Ona copy one year 1 50 Ten copies, and on to the maker of tbe club 15 CO Twenty copies, and one to tbe maker of tbe club, 25 00 AitIitionscanb made to Club at any timeattbeabove ratea. Tbe name will be printed on eacb paper, without extracbarge. TCy Hour m y be nent at oar rlk by Express, prepaid, or in KegMered Letter by Mail; otherwise w will not be responsible far any los tbat may occur. Dne square, one Insertion 9175 two " 1 00 " four " a 00 For ) ach iubieqnent insertion, and for each losertian of each adJitiooal-tquare 33 s TO" Advertisement must be handed In by Sunday to secure iertion in tbe weekly. Advertisements published in both tbe Dallyandtbe Weekly SaxTiüBL, will be charged tbefall Dailyratea, with one-half the Weekly rates added Aaioancing deaths witbf uneralnotice attached, $1; without notice, free. Mar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 May 1864

9 WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, MAY HO. m CAMPAIGN SENTINEL. THE WEEKLY SK3TI3TEL wilt be furnUhed to clubof tea or mora, during the campaign, at the following rata: Far Rix Month 75 Tent. or Four .Tlonth 50 Cents. Ill-Democrats r peclally urged to ted the e'rctuailoa of tba 8ntlnl daring tbe present campaign, in 17 township ia Indiana. uij9 Tht Xfmr In the Itepubllcan Hank. We bare charged over nd over again that the meo at the bead public affairs were corrupt and selfish, caring more for tLeir. personal aggrandizement than the good of the country. We laid 80 because we beliered euch to be the fact. But wbat baa been the response of the Republican press? Tbey did not attempt to controvert tbese charges agaiust those controlling the Administration, and in fact the Administration itself. Tbeir onlj reply was that it came from a copperhead source, hence the accusations were not entitled to consideration by the 'loyal" men of the country. But a chioge has recently taken place with those who...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 May 1864

commerce paraljzed. they must unite in this de maud for the security of persons ami property. If thiä b not done, the world will withdraw from their keeping its treasures and iu-com-merce. II is t or j ha taw? ht all that official vio latioo oi Uw in times of civil war aud disorder goes before acts of spoliation and other measures which destroy the safeguard of commerce. I call upon you to look into the facia connected with the seizure of the J cttrnal of Commerce aud of the New York World. If these acts were illegal, the offenders must be punished. In makiug our inquiries and in prosecuting the parties implicated, you will call upon the Sheriff of the county aud the heads of the police department for auy needed force or askance. The failure to give this by any official under my control will be deemed a sufficient cause for bis remoTil. Very respectfully jours, kc, HOKATIO SCTMOIB. WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - - MAY 30. CAMPAIGN DOCIMLNTS FOR 1864. FACTS FOIl TIIK PEOPLE ; In answer t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 May 1864

WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, MAY 30. " Coward! jr" - We referred yesterday to the position of the Indianapolis Journal, the central orgaTt of the Republican party ia Indiana, upon the evils of war. It preferred disunion rather than such a Calamity should befall the country. Similar views were entertained and avowed by the organ:; aod Representatives of the now dominant party. Fearful then id the responsibility of that class, now clamoring for a vigorous prosecution of the "war, for the "enormous sacrifices of blood and .treasure which the nation bas make and id yet making." Why the change? The Si msebs, the Wilsoxs, the Garrisons, and the "one idea" men they represent would give no support or en cooragement to the war until they hoped through 'its agency to accomplish the abolition of slavery . tad in addition New England stood aloof from the strife until she believed that Lcr sectional Interests would be promoted thereby. Up to the inauguration of Mr. Liscolx, the abolitionists were In...

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