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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 September 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 187Ö. CRIMES AND CIUMALS. VARIOUS VIOLATIONS OP THE LAW, From a Wholesale Attempt at Bank Robbery to Petty Thieving and Murder. A HOSTILE MEETING ARISING FROH A SEW-PAFBB ATTACK AJ POLITICIAN A5D A REPOKCEH BXCHA5GE SHOTS.. By Telegraph to the Sentinel. NüW Orleans, Sent. T.To-day a difficulty occurred between Mr. II. L. Smith, reporter ol the New Orleans Times, and Mr. lu J. Souer, a prominent Republican of this stats. Souer had b?6n endeavoring to make political capital out ot a reported on' rage la the country, whereby be was driven from bis parish, and Mr. Smith expose J that It had been a conspiracy between themselves to excite Northern sympatby,with no foundation in last. Souer published a card Renouncing the statement as IaIsp, and himself and Smith m6t on Canal street at noon. Smith cowhlded Souer. when the latter drew a pistol and tired, and both were sent to the hospital badly and dargeroasly wounded. Smlih received three...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 September 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1.3, 1876. 8 CHEAPEST IN AMERICA. OUR MONTHLY A LITERARY, FASHION f : -AN1 FAMILY MAGAZINE ! FOR THE PEOPLE. A Pair of Elegant Oil Pictures to every Subscriber. SubPcripUon. with Premium, 76c; wilHout Premium t)NLY FIFTY SENTS A YEAR 1 Extraordinary Inducement to Agents. 25 Ctnria Paid for every Few 8abscriber. FIR'T PREMIUM: A Lady's Gold Hunting Case Watch, eoslir.g 1100, to the person sendIn la the largest list of names, with the aoncy, daring urmvPREWirTM! A rnaj'nl Aren t orl2natOll Falntli;, elegantly framed, etc. PREMIUMS FOR EVERYBODY. Bead tor specimen copies (free) and examine . . . ... . ,. .. LS. AY RES & CO., Publishers, ' INDIANAPOLIS. MONEY AND THE MARKETS. OmCI Or THI LWDIAWAPOLI3 SEWTIHsTL, Tcessat EVI5I50, September 12, 1876. The eure demand for money that baa prevailed daring the past week has reduced the amount of loanable funds at the command ol the banks until there Is torn complaint of close market. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 September 1876

flTT lim Slife 1 i IP .t-: - ' a. T V OliXXy KO. 57. INDIANAPOLIS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 1876. WHOLE NUMBER 1870 A QROOKED CIRCULAR. TAPFS LETTER TO THE MA.ESHALS. Citizen Reviews the Document and Shows its Unconstitutionality. A REVIEW OF THE CIRCULAR LET1ER OF THS ATTOBSET OF THE TSITKD STiTBTOTH M4RHL80FTHÜ5ITBD A STATES IN RELATION TO ELECTIONS. r JTbls circular Instructs the marshals that r. "gH eiactioas at wtlch members of the - House of Representatives are chosen and lectors for president a od vice president re appointed, it "will be their duty to keep the peace at all places of reglstration or election, 'and that tbey will be held reaponrlble for all breaches of the peace of the Uolud S aus, which I dili gence on your (their) part might have prevented, and (or the arrest and seco ring of all peiscrts who vio'ate that peace," in certain 6uumeiated respects, v'z: Byobi tructing or molesting", by violence, threats or otherwise, any voter in the exrase of bis right to register...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 September 1876

2 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1876 --. WEDNESDAY. SEPT 0. Tbe Dastardly Ontc. The details ol tbe scoundrelism at IrvlngtoD,yeaterday,sreof such a character as to awaken tbe attention of exery citi zen ol tbe city aa to thedanger that threat ens, through tbe importation of vagabond negroes Into this city to carry tbe elec tions. It may be ashamed that only tbe worst . class of this population could be used by tbe Radical party for this purpose, and being confessed law breaker, it can not be expected that our citxsns shall escape their outrages In some form. That this class of negroes is fast coming to this city is apparent to all. Their coming Is a deliberate plan of the Radical party leaders to carry the city by an overwhelming vote. Ibey are brought here, and are taking the places of white labor ers, while tfccsp, onr own citizens, who have been here for years, are forced to roan the streets, seeking for work, while their wives aod little ones are suflerlng ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 September 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1876: AFFAIRS OF STATE. . COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS. Our State Government Under He.publican Hule and Democratic Domination Compared.' : ' A MONSTER MASS JJEETINO. AFTER A FKW REMARKS. FROM 8KNATOR TIPTO!, THR HOW. JaMES B. BTA5 ' EKVIEWS PTATB AFFIRS. KFCTALLT IHI SCHOOL STETEM, AND SHOWS THAT OUB BT ATS IS INDEBTED TO TBK DEMOCRATS FOR IT. By Telegraph to the Sentinel. L.KBAK02T, September 14. A large and enthusiastic meeting was held at tbe conrt Loose to-night. Senator Tipton, of Nebraska, made an excellent speech. He vas lolloped by the Hon. James B. Jyan, who made a telling argument. Be reriewed the expense of Indian! under Republican rale, and compared them with Democratic management, and it was Indeed astounding io tne -whole and ie oca. He spike at length upon the school question. He made every Democrat feel proud that he belongs to the party that established the free school system in Indiana. His speech was forcible and to tbs ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 September 1876

- THE-1NB1ANA STATE-SENTINEL -WEDNESDAY-SEPTEMBER 20r1876 4r- WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 20. The Campaign. Tbe Centennial campaign has been In progress several week, and la rapidly drawing to lta close. In many regards It 1 the most Important In the history of the government. Party lines are being drawn with a vividness scarcely known in po litical contest. But there Ism the struggle notr going forward, something Infl- , nltely bore mere party supremacy, as understood In the earlier days ' Ot I DO ivwpuuno. iuv " r ', cia party has had control of tbe government for 15 years, long enough : to demonstrate its capabilities and Its pur. poses. The people are now called upon to pas judgment upon l's policy aud achievements, its follies and Its crimes. It was profuse In Its pledges all have been broken. Nothing could exceed the mccljery ol its sincerity In its profession of devo'tioiyto the well being of the people, and events have proved beyond cavil, that the purpose wa3 to deceive. The Republica...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 September 1876

f THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1876. 5 11 tbe iZJjority in Cor gress should change, tbe question which Uol. Hecker bss answered, be spoke tbns: . Honest Republican. are yu still troubled fcy diubl ? Co you still a, M Will it be sate to trust ibemT" a Journal oi tbts city addressed the que' Ion to me, bow tbe colored people of tbe south would be protected by legislation 1', In consequence of this moveimnt, the majority In toagre shoulJ caange? I will answer. We bad tbe same movement In this state: me maj rltv In the legislator did chantre! Mud ho were the col ored people of lssouri then pro ected by legls ailonT Xio ieg alatton wf-s needed to piotecithem. They wen ampiy protected oj nirlt of the eome a It lanued ' from that movement. Iremernb r the prediction a tnat were mad th-n to f ruhten u, that tbe "red handed rtbt-i" would rise up aa-ain in blooly terocitv. and rnau It lmboa-iblfl for union tuab uwt Miinrui oaodIh to 1 re In some parts of this state. Welt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 September 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 1876 G MOETON VS. MORTON. The Senator's Sentiments in 'C8 and 72. OPPOSITE OPINIONS. DEMOCRATIC DOCT RISKS DROPPED BE V tMPID BADIC&USM RAMPANT. To tbe Editor of the Sentinel. Sir: Can there be a more crushing or cfl'C.ive answer to Morton's bloody shirt than Morton blmsell 7 Certainly not. By xcen accident this morning I picked op a politic! scrap-book, improvised by mjBeli ab-n', 1869 or 1870, and in It was the following, copied from the Indianapolis Journal by some o her ppr. Unfortunately, I omitted to note the date of the paper, bnt the elections alluded to In the article will enable the politician to fix the year. Ttn article is introduced by the editor of tbe paper from which it was c!ippd thus: 'Senator Morton, through the Journal 01 Saturday, thus lays down the future policy of his party: Tbe sentiment of the thinking portion of the parpl of the whole country has been especially drifting towlrd the speedy oblite...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 September 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1876. THE STATE CANVA.SS The Glorious .Democracy Enerywhere Aroused. THE CAUSE IN THE NORTH. TWO MIBTISQ IS LAPORTE C0D5TT MR VOOBBKK8 AND UNCLK JIMMY. By Telegraph to the Bentlnel.1 Michigan Citt, Ind., Sept. H. Laporte county baa been visited In two place today by Uncle Jimmy and Mr. Voorhees, and the out-pouring on both occasions, In spite of bd weather, was unprecedented. Tola afternoon they held forth at Laporte In the court yaid to an audience twice a larg as Morton drew, and was composed almost entirely of voteis, whereas Morton spoke chiefly to ladles. A confident Republican, who wanted to bet 1500 on Harrison's election, declined after seeing the Democratic crowd. It would have been much larger but for the weather which kept the country people at home. The evening rally at Michigan City was a great surprise even to Dem jeraU. Eleven car loa.is of people came over irom Laporte to get another dose and Join with the prison ci...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 September 1876

?. ' " '"eel-? a, '-sxf 1 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. SEjMjk ÖÄiBTöVf 8 4 ' T -i i 1 ' if CHEAPEST IN AMERICA. OTO MONTHLY A LITSRÄRY, FASHION AND FAMILY MAGAZINE ! FORTHB PHOPLE. A Pair of Elegant Oil Pictures to very Subscriber. Subscription with Premium, 75c; without Premium ONLIFTY CINTS A YEAE ! Extraojfliaarf Inducements to Agents. 25 C5 falifer every Hew Subscriber. FlRSÖTEWJpM: A Lady's Gold Hunting ' Owe Watch; coeOEK SI' the person Bending In tbe lArgp. list of names, with the mony, darin IvX' Z ' t v V' - ' - . SEOONnraEMIUM': A magnificent orig'V' nalOUPaicUr.g.eiegantly framed, etc. fcciiA"' copies (free) and examine catrT: i aaf-s jstinel, 1 :i ' g j -8 - H Agents, etc. M5 feÄfep?, P"bHshers, ... r yV, - ;iAKAP0IJI9- ,' ' ' 1 V ll T J,- .a,;,1!!. m iwß s IeJ01 ' laTfcecöntaes to work A ''jouAet,0 ti-r0'? jiIAidlng with I ?V .. theli accQitjnd pujtnetoJl want of , . . letlmltmtÄ.enieVf-lNothlnzbut Irl lit t-ipo papeys aoi'fi. v, na ior mu eff iiHcrVÄNrtO to 12...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 September 1876

.fiifiif i VOL. XXVKO. 58 INDIANAPOLIS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27, 1876. WHOLE NUMBER 1871 I ), 7 TlLDEN'S TAX, TUE ßtCORD REVIEWED. AND ANOTHER LIE NAILED. Judge Sinnott Shows the Utter Falsi y of the New York Times' Charges Concerning Tilcttn a Income Tax. TO THE PUBLIC. KB. HB. WITT' ADDKB 8 BfcPLY TO JUDGE SIMNOIT who kkvikws thk rejord in THIS 08. To the Pub lc The New York Times, which for years prior to 18-5 had b en the eulogist of of Governor lllden, loa mediately after he became a form.daDle candidate for the presidency, be an a s i -s of assaults npoa his private character. At lengtu these assaults culmlnated la the charge of maiio; a fa se statement of hlsio'-omj la lst2. By dial of rei eration and fabricate 1 specific ttlous ot items and details, having Ihe eri blaoceof actual accounts some wed-meaning persons were dia' orbed. It therefore occurred to m to apply to the sec retary of toe trea-ur tor c-r'lüodci pled of the Income re tins oi Gov. liideu and of uov. Hayes, auf ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 September 1876

THE IMMANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1876 WEDNESDAY. SEPT 27. The Kadieal Demonstration. We have sea a the Bigot by which the Radical partj expected to carry the state Of Indiana at the October election. The scow has come and gone. We can not longer dignify It by calling It a soldiers1 reunion. It was a bitter partisan gather ing under a false, name. . As a soldiers' re union it was a fraud, as a Radical gather ing it was a failure. With any sort of industry the Demoeiacy could have probably made a better demonstration inside the county of Marlon. The torchlight procession in honor of Senator Dxittle last Saturday night was two-thirds as 1 t-ge as the procession that paraded the streets yesterday morning, and larger than the one at night. Then are larser gt Oerings greeting Democratic speakers every day throughout the state. The citizans of Indianapolis ware told that forty or fifty thousand yaterans would be present. C anting negroes, offloeseekers, Hayes clubs, soldi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 September 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27, 1876 LIBERAL SEMI31E.T. JUDGE DOOLITTLE I AT PORT. Q03 He Reviews the Issues of the Campaign in the Light of Events, LIBERAL LOGIC. A BIT OF POLITICAL HISTOBT RKVIITW OF THK RKVOLüri INAKY AOTs OF THE ADMIM8TRATIO! 0INC8 THB WAR. Special Coriesponden e of the Sentinel. Oosport, Sept. 20 A great meeting assembled here thw afternoon, to hear the living isfuea of thediy discussed by ex Seoator Doollttle of Wisconsin. Atter the cheering: and enthusiasm at his Introduction had ceased, in a clear and penetratlrjg voice, whose earnest tones hushed to perfect stillness and close attention every person In the crowd, he addressed them for two hoars or more. He discussed the questions on finance ; he touched not upon the suriac, bat went to the bottom ana pointed ont the rest cause, and the care lor the "hard tlm-s." He proved to the satisfaction oi all R pabl'cansand Democrats that tb Republican resumption law, a atrlct party measure, s wholl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 September 1876

THE INDIANA ' STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1876. WEDNESDAY, SEPT 27. Everyday iLe prospect of the Democ Jacy In thin s'ate grow brighter. Surprise la expressed m mere was no more visible oom motion on tbe occasion of the explosion at Hell Gate. We bave not beard from China vet. Tbe meeting at Franklin SUurday ia conceded to be the fij6st political gather lue tbat ever took placa In tbla tat Tea miles ol a procession look as If the people wore in earnest. Anthony, tu Radical candidate for gov erucr oi Kiew, is on the ragged edge and Will moat likely bare the fate of Ortb and more deservedly. When Kansas Re publicans who are now sitting cn his case can not ensure msn. he in bad Indeed. The cruo.ty ot tat K -publicans seems to have no b unds. Was it not enough tbat ho should qiietly retire and leave tbe party to do better, bat must now be forced to endure the additional odium ol enter iaining Jim Blaine at Lafayette? Poor Orth! Two of tbe leading Republican orators that tbe ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 September 1876

r THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 187G. J V1 E V ANS V I LLE HAS A JOURNAL, ASD IT CAN LIS AS WELL AS OCB OWN JOUBNaL. The Vincennea Sod Bays: In the last election In whioh Uncle Jimm Willi im Was a candidate, the Democratic mJ jrlty In his township was only 3, and he ran 14 fceMnd bis ticket. We are Informed by rliable uthority that his vote will be reduced 16 more this lall in his township. The names of eleven Rood Democratic farmer were given enr informant who would vote against him. S mach lor Old Bine Jeans in his own S'etn townShip. THE LIE EXPOSED, The Evans vhie Journal ol the lUh contains tbe above monstrous assertion. For a Methodist class lead' r and Sunday f-cbool snpcrintecdeot like Mr. Thayer the editor, 1: in pretty lair progress in falsehood. In tbe first place Mr. Williams does net live in S een township, bat in Harrison, pouth o? Sten,bnt to suisfy tbe Jjur. al, wa will give the vote o' both township-: In S'een township in ls74, Ntff, Democratic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 September 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1876. POLITICAL. Democratic Doings in Indiana. DR. WOOLLEN'S CANVASS. BS AND A. O. SMITH MA KINO A THOROUGH CANVAS i F THE FOURTH DISTRICT THAT ABB ORBhTBD WI . H I, A ROB AUDIHNCÜ8. Special to the Sentinel. Scottsbuko, Ind ., Sept. 2L -Dr. L. J. Woollea. Democratic candidate lor Congress In this district, and A. Ü. Smith of Jennings county hare beea making a canvass of Scott county this wek. Hiace last Monday iheT bae spoken a Ltxtogton. Ho man. New Fran klort, rranauo ana aus in 10 irg- gaiutnui. At ail of these piac the people, mrued out as they never did b-Iore in Scot; count;, and the close attention and enthusiastic devotion with which they received the speakers, show that the Democracy of Scott cuuty Is in dead earnest, and are determined to cnuvpietelj overthrow RadicalIsm lu tbia couuty, iroin tbe hlgoest to the lo est officer, d give old Blae Jeans 45 ma Jonty. LjuH xtou was In this couniy this week, anu tpoae at New Frao...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 September 1876

mam THE INUIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1876. DOINGS OF THE DEMOCRACY IN THE DIANA CAMPAIGN. BLUE JEANS' GLORIOUS PROGRESS. The Next Governor Greeted Bousing Audienz a at Newcas'le and RichmondOther Grand Outpour! ogs of the People. by HURRAH FOR HENRY. TEE GRAND 8T DKMONSTRA HON CF THB CKNTBNNIaL TB4R IN HoNoR OF DA.JJ VOORHEB AND HON r BT BLUB J CANS. By Telegraph to the Sentinel. Nrw Cabtlf, Ind.. Sept. 21 The grandest and largest political gathering of tbe Democracy tbat ever wi known in this county, assembled b6re jer-trday-The several road.scenterlng here were at ten o'clock A. M. literally lined, packed at d jammed with delegations Tom all parts ot this and adjoining counties, with banners and flags flying, and mottos of every con esivable kind. One of the banners was a true and artistic portrait of soldiers with bayonets and a section ct artillery, under which weretbe word .Going; Si.uth tocarry the electlot s for Gram lem and D in Cm eron," one evidence ot t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 September 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1876 CHEAPcST IN AMERICA. OUR MONTHLY A LIT3RARY, FASHION J AND FAMILY MAGAZINE ! FORTHB FEGPLE. A Pair of Eiogent Oil Piclures to every ibuoscriber, Sub?eript!on with Premi um, 75c; -without Premium ONLY FIFTY CINTS A YEAE I Extraordinary Inducements to Agents. 25 Ctnte Paid fer every Kew Sultcriler. FIR"T PREMIUM: A Lady's Gold Hunting Case Wstcb, costing 1(J0, io the person sendIn in tLe lamest list of names, with the money, daring 1876. SECOND PREMIUM : A magnificent orlg nal Oil Pain tu g, elt gantry framed, etc. PREMIUMS FOR EVERYBODY. Send for specimen copies (free) and examine the terms to Agents, etc. L.S.ARES&Cn., Publishers, INDIANAPOLIS. lAUrU AID rU15 MAKKKlS. Ornc ofth Indianapolis sentinel, Tuesday Evening. September 28, 187C. Scarcity of currency has been an embarrass lng feature In local financial affairs for some time past. The oa'fl w of money to the coau try to purchase catt e and to move the crops h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 October 1876

r VOL, XXV. XO 59. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MCXHXINTG, OCTOBER 4, 187(3. WHOLE XO. 1S7U. ! J r TJIE HOME STRETCH. The Last Week of the Indiana Canvass - (JLOIUOUSLY OPENED. Great Crowds Greet the Next Governor. II RICKS' (AWASS. lie Elects with Ciraiul Ovation in the Southern Counties. THE NEXT OVERXOR. A Grand Ovation I Him I .MitchelUOther Speaker. liy Telegraph to the Sentinel. Mitchell, Ind., Sept. 3. The grand mass meeting liero to-day excels any demonstration heretofore -witnessed In Southern Indiana. At an early hour this morning the ieople legan to arrive, and by ten o'cltMi k our streets were literally crowded, so much so that it was difficult to gt through the dense crowd. Never before have we wen so much enthuasnt among Democrats. Immediately on the arrival of the train from the north, liearhig that honest old farin.T, the poor man's friend, Blue Jcnns ami the Hon. D.W. "Vonrhees. the crowd was perfectly wild with excitement. The crowd numbered fully lrt.nno, and Republica...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 October 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHXING, OCTOrEIl 4, 1S7G. WEDNESDAY, tJMTOIiKlt 4. How many imported negroes are on the street commissioner's pay-roll? "Will the Journal and the New; answer? A jumping-jack has as good a chance of kicking the moon in the face, a. James Buchanan lias of being elected to Congress. The train on the Pan Handle wa going at the rate of 40 miles an hour when several peopli got hurt, some of whom are now in their shrouds. Are the laboring white men of the city Content to w; themselves cast aside and imported negroes placed on the street commissioner's pay roll? Hakkisox is known as MoRToar's garbage cart. The "bloody shirt" natiness which he jjeddles o?er the State i disgik-ting to every hontet Republican. The President of IVmee receives a larger salary than Grant, 'out in til? matter of bribes, the American fimetionary is far in advance of the Frenchman. Ten rfWzens certify that Mr. Thomas Buchanan did sav what was attributed to ' him by the Sentinel...

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