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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 August 1876

f THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, ATJG-UST SO. 1876. I r- V EI FOE M S. THE OVERSHADOWING ISSUE OF THE HOUR. George W. Julian on the Grant Administration. SCATHING COMMENTARY ON REPUBLICAN ROTTENNESS; "Warning Words From an Slavery Champion. AntiCLARION REPLY TO MOLOOH MORTON, BY ONEWBO KNOWS I Hi-- FACTS. THR PLAIN DUTT OF TUB IJDErKND..NT VOTER 19 TO BKLIKVK THE WAR IS OVEB AUD CAST BIS BALLOT FOB A NIW DI8PKWSATION TILD1CI AND HENDRICKS THE msn for thr tim rs. Mb. Chairmen and Fellow Citizens: It can scarcely be necessary for me to remark: that I do not appear before you to-night as a partisan, bat ai an Independent voter. I am a member ol neither of the ureal organisations ow etrog.ln torthe mastery ; and, -wolle lam re ay to take mytund In tbe pendlrg national canvas", aud to arotr tbe reasons for mr action, I p-eier to retain my entire political independence-. Tbe percc ly faultless and Ural, -laced parly man occupies a radically dlOerent p-Mlllou. e fe la ooiiged todele...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 August 1876

4 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30 1876. WEDNESDAY, AUOU-T 30. Julian's speech hurts terribly. The demaid tor Julian's speech by the people is ur-rrecednted. Itia Fot i robatne tum Mr. Morton will make another key-note speech here daring the canvass. Morton's bloody anirt will need another drenching aJter Senator McDonald pronounces its history. That indtpaideut newspaper, the EvenIn? News, Joins In the Rdical attack upon the Independent J ulUn. Et tu, Brute. The dterepatabie attack upon Mr. Julian in the Journal attests the power of his logic, and toe truth of hi propositions. The spirit of reform is in the very air, and the result of the contest In Indians now can not, be changed by all the salaries of the Washington fflclals. The New 9 was intensely radical last evening. It it continues to make progress as it has done in the last lew weeks it will be sieging bosannahs to the noble war governor yet before be canva'g is over. Is it true that large tarns of money have...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 August 1876

THE INDIANA 8TATE SENTINEL WEDNESDA Y, AUGUST SO. ,1870. he was in Conzres, , bat few men -in oar nation have acquired a mere ex tended reputation. His succees may be attributed mora to his industry and Indom:itDle perseverance tLan brilliance ot talent. He only engaged In debate when be had thoroughly prepared himself and mas teredtia subject, and then be uniformly commanded the attention and respect of the House. The chief nt jct to which b 'devoted his attention was the tariff, and "his speeches upon tbv subject are log'cal and exhaustive. When atsslgned to committee labors, to gave the sub ject tbe best energies ot bis xaicd, and ro doutt bis life was shortened by his excessive labors in tbe interest of the public. His Congrsional career was during tbe worBt era ot corruption, but be stood aloof from all rings and combinations, ana maintained an uospotte d record to tbe cioss ot bis life. Personally, Mr. Kerr was courteous and gentlemanly in his lnler"cDur&e with his...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 August 1876

-THE . INM ANA STATE SENTINEL-WEDNESDAY; AUGUST 30. 1876 M3ENTINEIS OP FBEEDOM." Thoroughbred American Political Organization. FOR HAYES AND WHEELER. TOLTHI RADICAL CANDIDATES BISK AND SXH.AIH THI SUBJOINED 8TATBMKNT. Tbe Burlington Gazette under the bead of "Hsyea and KnowEOthIngmR,,' say some peorls profess to disbelieve the fact tberels aKcow Knothlrg movement in tbe conn try pledged to elect Hayes and Wbeeler. They say it is ali nonsense, and " that -while Hayes may be a prohibitionist and even favored the crusade, be is not supported by any secret movement. Toe Repoblloana dlniike to a1m.lt tbe fact of ttw existence ot Know Nothing lode es and are dreadfully opposed to mixing no hit name witbtbem. Tbe toliowiojr affidavit may aerve to convince our libertl micdsd German cltlzan and fjr'gners general y that there la Know Nothing movement in progress and tbat IT M BANS MISCHUF. r.Iuis, July 5. 187b-Personally appeared before me, a notary pabllo In and for tbe city and coanty of Ss...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 August 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30 1876. REFORM. Coaelnded from TblrU Pag. Terence In hlabehalf ; af'er tbe disgraceful conduct ol Robeson and D Udo and tbe disagreement of the president aid Bristow. Tbe party found notnlng to condemn In tbe later mis deeds of tbe ad mm strailou,and rem moered nothing amia lu itse rl it r record. It bad no fault to find with tbe ostracism 01 Sumner und tee appointment of Crtmr and Casey and Packard; wltb upeett'cg the government of Louisiana through a drunken an-i corrupt federal Jude, and dispersing i be legislature of tbe tut e with the bayonet; with baking up Kellogg and Soencer, and pu'tlug Billings In tbe p. ace of Darell; w.lh encouraging ihe operations of Jayne and Maab- rn and allowing OrTlile UrHDi to make Uv'ux br the traffio in appointments; and wlib greedily taking the Increase of one hundred p -r cen . on the president's salary, acd h.s looorlngfor tie bill allowing him to do so, whli matt ng b s adminlsuation an asylum for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 August 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL VEDNESDAWAGUST' 30: 1876 -. '--Ä W -t 8 CHEAPEST IN AMERICA. OUR MONTHLY A LITBRARY, FASHION i AND : FAMILY MAGAZINE I FOR THE PEOPLE. Jl Pair of Elegant Oil Pictures to every Subscriber. Subccrint!on with Premi um, 7Scj without Premium ATflTY TfFTY COTIS A YEAE I Irtraoidinarr Inducement to Agants. 25 Ceata Paid fere very Sew Bntjscri'jar. FIRST TREMIUM: A Lady's Gold Hunting Case Watch, costing 1100, to the person sending In the largest list of names, with the money, during SECOND PREMICM : A magnificent orig nal Oil Paintli-g, elegantly framed, -etc PREMIUMS FOR EVERY BODY. Bend fcr specimen copies (free) and examine me terms to otcuia,cwi LS.AYRES&C0., Publishers, INDIANAPOLIS. MONEY AND TUE MARKETS. OrnCI OV THE iKDIAlf APOLI8 HECTINEn, TVKAV AT EVESINO, AUgUBt 29, 18'. Ab oom Dared with the past two weeks the local money market Is an hanged. Tbebaiks are finding ready employment for their loan able funds at n per cent., the lowest rate fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 September 1876

r-1 Ittitaii Stulls VOL. xxvm 55 INDIANAPOLIS? WEDNESDAY SEPTEIBER 6, 1876. WHOLE NUMBER 1868 ANOTHER GREAT GATHERING-. Immense Outpouring of the People at Crawfordavllie, "where Geo. "W. Julian . 8'ims Sitting Bull. THE OLD WAR HORSE. GRAND TORCH LIGHT PRECESSION AND FIRE WORKS AT SIGHT GENERAL MANSOJi'i WILOOM K BOM K 8PKKCHES BT JCL'IM AUD GENERAL MANON. (Special Correspondence of the Sentinel. CxiirPOBDeviiXs, Sept. 2. To day fcai Deen a field dy lor the Democracy oi Montgomery county. Although It was not generally known that tieorge W. Julian would be bera to addres tbe people, be was greeted by an assemblage ot fifteen hundred voters. He begaD speaking at two o'clock and held bis hearers In rapt accord with him lor nearly two tours. The meeting was held in a noble grove In tbe Elston Park, and ' although Mr. Jalian seemed In frail beal:b, and bis voice broken yrom much speaking, so carefully an J heedfuily did tbe vast multitude wait uon ad follow his every lhoug.hr, that ever...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 September 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 1876 WEDNESDAY. SEPT 6. The New fcas become thoroughly Radi cal, and thrown off entirely all pretence of independence. The Sentinel is the only paper in tb rlfv in favor of reform. The grana wrcuiiKUk display of tho Tilden and Hendricks Guards last night was imposing, and the speeches at the Circle were worthy of the immense audience that assembled. The priza flnt in contemplation at Cincinnati has Deen s'cpped so far as that state is concerned, the brntal roagbs being placed under bond. Let Indiana and Kentucky make a like provision if they attempt to disgrace the soil of either state by their infamon prneHrtjr". The opening spmcn ol tu Hon. William M. Springer, of Illiooi, in the Indiana campaign, will b? found pret'.y fully reported on the third page of the Stntinel. Mr. Springer is known as the great investigator. If anybody would know more about Springer, let him ask Orth, he knows. General W. r. sicely, Radical candidate for Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 September 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 6, 1876 U 001) LNG CALLED OUT. FORCIBLE IMPEOMPTU SPEECH. The Reil Issue of the Campaign Set Forth. THE DEMAND FOR REFORM. THK REPUBLIC AN BfCOBD GRAST AND MOSTON TBS FINANCIAL QUESTION AND THK MLVKR BILL RfcPKAL, OF THK BK&TJMPTION CT BY THK DEMOCRACY. The Hon. D. P. lioodlrjg, w ho bad modestly taken a back seat to give place to the distinguished visitors, was Diit ca led out, and, aftr referring to the false Issues the Radicals would force upon the country. Mid : I want to say to you that all this talk about the re bell Ion and about the reb-1 debt and about 1 he slaves is all talc to avoid the real question bertre the country. There 1 a question of deep moment and so'eran Interest to the people that this Republican party Is dodging and calling your attention from, aud 1, here tonight, tho"gn I must be brier, cuarge that that party has been legislating for tua last eight years In the interest of capital against JaDjr in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 September 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENT1NEX WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. 1876. WEDNESDAY. SEPT 6. CAMPAIGN SUPPLEMENT. The Sentinel has in type the great speeches of the Hon. George W. Julian and the Hon. D. W. Yooihees, which can be had for fifty cents per hundred on application by letter or telegraph. The Democratic and Reform papers of the entire stats should circulate these documents ai a supplement, and county central committees and club otganizations should see to it that they are placed where they will do the most good in the c.reat cause of reform. Send in your orders. Campaign Documents. To meet the demand U r campaign docu ments, the Sentinel will furnish the fol lowing speeches. County committees and newspapers nan have their orders prompt ly supplied: Got. Hendricks's speech at Shelby vllle. pamphlet form, 50 cents per hundred or $4 per thousand The Hon. Joseph E. McDDnald's speech In this city, 50 cents per hundred or $5 per thousand. M The Hon. FranklinLandera's reception speech on the curr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 September 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WJ2DNFSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 1876 HAYES'S HOWESTY. UNDER CKOSS-EXAMISATJs EaöVEN TO BE A DELUS'ON. How tho Radical Beform Candidate can Lie when Ho Comes Down to Business. A MILLIONAIRE'S TAX RETURNS PIfCOVKBT OF IND CBITABLB PROOF THAT THB HEAVMKLT HAYrS IS SADLY OIVSN TO LTINO HI' j gWORN STATKM KNTS F BBGOAKLTI oMKN WHILK UNCLK BIRCH ARD's VVCA fs WIRE ROLLING I. A Fremo ohin, special to the Chicago Times, me Ars the following revelations regsrdinfi; the Radical rtformr, When .be Republican press of New York start' xi. that bugaboo about Gov. Tilden cnmltUD2 perjury io connection with his 'p'jobw away bck in 1963. they little d flamed tbey wer throwing boometaug 'thai on ita return would completely Knock the wind cut of their own pet, Ruthy Hayes; but ach to event bas omne to pat. Politics is wid to be a trade. 1 trade tberd are sometimes offsets. Here is one, and ween the organs ol the bloody shirt have evened up the sccoant let tbf m raise tbeir voices and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 September 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 1876 6 CONGISlO.NAL CANYASS. j MR. LANDERS PROGRESS. He Meets His Constituents Throughout the district. PROSPECTS AT PITTS BORO. L&ROK TTJRS-OÜT TO HR AB OUR MEMBER A ABLE SPEECH BT MR LAHUERS WHO IS FOLLOWED BT MR. BARTHOLOMEW. PmsBORO, Ind., August 23. The Democratic meeting of Hon. Franklin Landers here, to-night, was a great success. The meeting was called together by tbe Pittsboro Band, and when the meeting was began at least five hand cd people were present. Mr. Landers upon being introduced waa received witii applause. He commenced his epeecn by bo?ing bis record in Congress. He said ci first act in Congr es was to introdace biJl to repeal the resumption act, oecausj r e 'fit it it was not repealed universal fcnkruptcy would be the result Mr. Landers tuen read the resumption act to the meeting. He said: "Ileaemption has been oiDg or; ard by resumption I mean destruction of all redeemed notes. Tbe Republicans riete...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 September 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. 1876. HAIL TO THE CHIEF! HONOR TO BLUE JEANS. THE GEAND OVATION OF THE CAMPAIGN. Fifteen Thousand People Meet Uncle Jimmy at Wheatland. OUR FARMER CANDIDATE MEETS THE PEOPLE FAMILIARLY IN THE GROVES OF BH OWN T W.N A BRILLIANT DEMONSTRATION STRIKING AND 'm ORIGINAL FKA1UKE8 PPfcfcCBK BT OOVTRNOR HFTrRIOK, M H WILLIAMS AND KB ROBI BON OF ILLINOIS. By Teiegr.ph to the Sentinel. "Vicb!nbs, Ind., Aug. 31. Uncle Jimmy Williams bu been given a grand ovation to-day by the constituency of bla district at Wneatland, a small town In tbe neighborhood of Vlncenues. All day tb? whole country for miles around has been alive with people travellog to and from the grounds in every means of conveyance. Tbe demonatra ion has been immense fully 15,000 being present, and In enthusiasm altogether unsurpassed by any gathering ot tbe campaign. Early in the morning delegations came pouring In from the counties of Sullivan, Greene Pike, Spencer and Gibson. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 September 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 1876 CHEAPEST IN AMERICA. OUR MONTHLY A LITSRARY, FASHION -AN1 FAMILY MAGAZINE FOR TH3 PEOPLE. A Pir of Eieaant Oil Piclures to svery Subscriber, Subeeriot'.on with Premi um, 73c; without Premium ONLY FIFTY CI NTS A YEAR Ertraordiuarf Inducements to Agents. 25 Cents Paid fer every Kew Subscriber. FIRT PREMIUM: A Lady's Oold Hunting Case Watch, costing tl'ju, to the pernon sendinz in iL UrtMt list of Dame, with the money, during 1876. KK(X)Nl PREMIUM: A magnificent orlg sal Oil PainilLg, elegantly framed, etc. PREMIUMS FOR EVERY EODY. Bend for specimen copies (free) and examine the terms to Agent, etc. LS. AY RES & CO., Publishers IVWANAPOUS. jIONEV AND THE MARKETS. Ornn or the Indianapolis kmtnzi Tcesdat Evening, September 5, 1S6. Business in ihe local money market la fairly active, and the mercantile demand for currency la perceptibly on the Increase, as the season advances the vo ume of the crop mov ment itcreases, and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 September 1876

fSflrW Seil Iii INDIANAPOLIS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 13. 1876. VOL. XXV NO. 5G. WHOLE NUMBER 1869 1.1. G 4L.. Slid for Benefits. By vlrtne Ol an act of the Ueneral Asembry of state of Indiana, a p-oved Maroi 17, 1S7 entitled M An act In relation to the layirg out, opentn. widening, altering, and 'n of street, alleys od Highway," etc I will, on SATURDAY, October 7, 1876, Bell at pub lc aastlon, at the City Court Room, of the city of IndtanapolU, Indiana, between the bonm of 10 oclnc a. if nd 4 o'clock P. of raid day, the following described lot or pareel of land, or so much thereoi aa may bs necessary to patisfy the sura hereinafter nanvd, aa aase--Ki against such, premises lor benefits, and all eoita, to-wit : Lot No. six ( and thirty-two (r) feet of the south Bide of lot No. fire (5) In May's addition to the city of Indianapolis, Mario county, Indiana, owned by C. Lewis, against which la asesed the iam of thirty Ave ( 5) dollar, for benefits in the matter of opening 8ex)ni street, from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 September 1876

THE STaTK SKNT1NEL WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 13, 1876 . t . i Ä'tXtXtTJi WEDNESDAY. SEPT 13. Horton Figures -Aslouudlng Ex ravag ataee. Senator jdorton. in his speech at the Academy o! Music, attempted to answer the indictment of the Republican party made by the St. Louis platform and Mr. Tildon's letter of acceptance. For tbla purpose he drew for his allied facts and figures upon a speech made by a republican congressman from Illinois in the House ot Representatives In July last. Suphen A. Hurlbut, the member alluded to, had his figures prepared by the treasury department, aid, by the way, it may be menfioned that previous to every election the depar mants at Washington are all placed under contribution to prepare election et ring documsnts for the use ol Rspublican orators. The Senate in this Instance called lor the statement of receipts, disbursements and losses of the government during twenty-even years of Democratlo administrations and fourteen years ot Republican administrations, i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 September 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY SEPTENLBEIl 13, 187G RUTHERFORD'S RECORD, I TOO DARK FOR DAYLIGHT. BUT IT COMES UNDER THE CALCIUM. The Full and Official Record of the Radical Reform Candidate in the Matter of Perjury. HOW IS THIS, HAYES? f-17.000 WITHHFLTJ FROM TAX A9SERSORS HAYES'S TAX RETURNS FOR THE LABT THREE TEARS BOMlS STARTLING STATEMENTS. The Sentinel of yesterday morning, published fiom the telegraphic columns ol the Chicago Time, an account of the way the Yirtuous Radical candid te for the presidency rendered statements of his tax&bles Many t four readers who bad believed him to be honest but weak, seemed to regard It as a sensational .story, peculiar to the Time?. Other papers are publishing the matter more in dotal , at the Sentinel subjoins the foil particulars from the Northern Ohio Democra edited by that old veteran, General jAmes B. Steadman. It will be Been that Mr. Hajes hss defrauded the state of tax upon the luxuries oi life, the very articles tb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 September 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 13, 1876 "WEDNESDAY. SEPT 13. Indianapolis -Prrui and Futur. The growth ol Indianapolis In population and wealth, is eil caculated to arrest the alteLtioa of thoughtful men. We do not caro to record it aa marvelous a rf salt that has been accomplished In deflates of natural lawa a triumph over formidable obstacle aby virtue of a lavish expenditure oi money and strategical maneuvers so often resorted to to build up muabroon cities on the contrary, Indianapolls baa grown in population, wealth and commercial Importance because of her manifold natural advantages. These have exercised a potential Influence in the past, Dd must, in the catnrsof things, continue In a steadily increasing ratio to attract capital, population and business. We are not unmindful of the fact that Indianapolis, being remote from navigable waters, innst lo.-k to artificial means of transportation for receiving the products of the fertile regions of whicb she is a geo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 September 1876

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 September 1876

THE INDIANA STf E SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, ; SEPTEMBER 13; 1876.T O0ME3 TO TUB CONFESSIONAL ThatRaro and Radiant Reformer of the People has eeen the Handwriting on the Wall. REED ON RA.DICAL.T3M. AETHER BOUIi MADK H4PFY ENOS B. gED COMFS TO THEC05FK-S10NAL A5D XTKNOWLBDOEa THH Rt PUBLICAN" ARB LAYINQ A LeteOSlNQ OAkf B IN INDIANA. fhe Indiana corre3poadent of tbe Cia nnatl Eiqnlrer says: Another straw! iaos B. F.sed, the bard of the Indianapolis Äonle. has tad the scales removed ixom bis evea, and now sees tbe p:Ut leal situation in it- trae iiht. Several -veara aito, b story will not b vory particular about tbe date, Enoa man aoAd his cards ao a to be returned to Conn cd through a combination with Dfcmocrats, promisina to return tbe compliment, in case be wa elec ed, by helping alonsr, tbe Democracy when the tima came for Cjuccii to split on questions ol city gortrament. He remembered h:s part of the contract by vet ng almost mvarisuiy against the Democracy. It wa an alleged case of con...

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