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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 November 1876

TIIE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1870. UKXERII. II All TIM KS. fSujZgestM by Gov. Hendricks's Speech. There's a speaker th people all in:ist hear. Kor he's slumped the country far and near; And whether you want to listen or no, You must hear him peak wlien-'er you go. His voice is Htrldulent, bitter and cold A nil hi face is ganut and hungry and bold, lie Axes your gaze with hU ghtssy eye, And the story he tells, you can't deny, lie trumps the streets of your cities and twu, llt look on your mart with a face of frowns; He tramps through the country in tatters and tfHin, And tills all the land wltn sonnws and frars. He comes in hlsrngs between man and wife, And sits at their table, with word of strifH. He strike with hi foot at the widow's door, H takes by the throat the laboring poor And nils the heart of the futlier with dread Tliat his children perish for lack of bread. He goes to the room up the tenement stair And drives to the Kutter the youn and fair;...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 November 1876

1 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY. JÖltNlJfÖ,!XOVKMlJEIl 1,' 187(5. CHEAPEST IN AMEEICA. 0 U II MONTHLY, A LITERARY, FASHION AND FAMILY MAGAZINE! FOR THK PEOPLE. 1 PAIS OF ELEGANT OIL PICTURES To Every Subscriber. SUBSCRIPTION : With ln'iuluui, 73 Cents; without Premium only SO CKXTS A VKAIt! t Extraordinary Inducements to Agents. Twentv-ttve Cents iakl for every NEW SL'Bsckiukr. Fiit Pkf.mivm ! A Lady's Gold Hunting Ca Watch, voting 5100. to the isisou sending in the largest list of names, with tin money, duriug li'.ti. SjxhiM Tremu'm: A magnificent original Oil Painting, elegantly framed, etc. Premiums for EycryMy. S-Scnd for SPECIMEN COPIES (free) and examine the terms to Agents, ete. L. S. AYItra V C O., Publishers, INDIANA IDLIS. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL JIOXET AD THK MARKETS. Office or the Indianapolis Skxtisel, Ttwdat KvKNrNO.Oct.Rl. 1S7Ö. We have no new features to chronicle in local monetary affairs. While the money market 1 working close, legitimate business enterpri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 November 1876

VOL. XXVI. XO 12. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER S, 1870. WHOLE NO. 187 TILDSN'S TRIUMPH. It Is Now Well Assured. THE CONTINGENCY. The Determination of Chandler and His Co-Conspirators to Cheat the Country Out of Its Choice. THE SITUATION. Louis!an:i,Florida and South Carolina for Tilden and Reform, with Wisconsin, Oregon and Perhaps Other States Still In Doubt. SENTIMENT OP THE SUCKERS. They Were Almost Persuaded to Renounce Grantism, Which They Once Indorsed by Over Fifty Thousand Majority. A SLOPE SENSATION. Tte Radical Majority in the Pacific States Accounted For ia a Measure Where Morton h Getting in His Work. TUE (JENERAL RESULT. TIIKTEHY LATEST. This Does Settle It Florida. I,ouisiana and South Carolina are Certainly Oar. f By Teletfraph tlhe JS.-iiliii-l.V New York. Nov. 10, 4 a. in. Florid Is lh-m-ocralie by 7o0; IuLsIan:i by 7.XK), but it may tx counted out by the is-tnrnin hoard; Sntb Carolina Ls IVmoorutic by 2sX, aud tlie ballot boxes in Charleston under guard...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 November 1876

2 TILE INJDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOItNING, XOVEMJiER 8, 1870. WEDNESDAY, XOVE.Mr.Ki: R. POLITICAL' HERO WOU.S1IIP. Kach political canvass, as tliat momentum tnt rvcnrs in our political history, invents ah army of American youn men with the solemn privilege of the ballot. It coiner to them a frve gift from an ancestry full of the very so ai ' freedom, and stll able, after a century lias passed, to keep in jicrpetual glow the fVirr.e flame that wxt nursed re"Mgiou.dy at Valley Forge. It should be, rid it i. with feelings of gratitude and patriotic that a young man inherits the dearly bought Wn of the franchise. He enters tl it'nk? of citizen-ship with high impnly. iLTfi roile aims. S far as in him lie, he n.-o:ves to serve the cause which ajv-ear-to hit hont judgment the promise of all ti e ballet was meant to secure strict integrity u, public life, unflinching respect for the constitution, sleepless enmity to ail pol it fT)acks and insurrectionists, and consort fellowship wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 November 1876

3 AtT"l.K Tili: KATTI.K. Mor'in'n Gmk1-e:Ii t Kiig. aB eVSG BY TLLK CA N A N PA IG I." A (-. Y. CLUC CLL B.J O, (Ttaudler, I am tired now: I do not care to hear you I. low: Jul ixiiir some camphor on mv Ijiow, . nd turn the seas down very "low ; O, Chandler, dt ar, tli uame U up, I hear the mighty Tildeu-lreau ; Now stir ionie nervine in my cup. And put me In my little bed. CTJOKl's). Come, Chandler, com, kiss uie good-nighf , I'm worry now for what I've said. . They've whipjicd u fairly in the tight, so put me in my little led. I o you remember, i 'handler, dear, Y)U s.if 1 we must wake up tin nur! We've overvhol the lilitrk. 1 fear. Ail't puuiieU tlie liiinsi itiite too far; The tlahting men have left our rank. With Hooker, Slg.-l, Fa rns worth, (.'or-, Vf'voonly Butler, ssdienck and Hank. Anil thiols liiiv jcoiie from imi to wors. (choki's.) O, drop the curtains. Chandler, dear, Iii unnüiut make my c.velKills aeiie. And stuU'souie cotton in each ear. Those victorj' noU'H my heart...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 November 1876

TILE INDIANA STATE SI3KTIXHL, "WEDNESDAY MOItNTXG, NOVEMBER S, 387G. WEDNESDAY, NWVl'.M UKU rorxTixu out. Wc do riet uniTcMi:i:ale tlu i'noi-.anco of the election on Tuesday last, "and wc are profoundly impressed with the fact tliat it Th morally impossible to overestimate the fcgnity cf 1.e issiws tliat were involved in the io!Uot. Inwliatwc shall have to nay upon the c..bje. t under consideration, partln pri.I'b ttioiis will Ik- dismissed. If the Rrpub'.; an candidates for president and vice r.v:T!tliavP fairly ami honestly receivy.l a majority of the votes of the elec toral Cw'-j, the qui' stion as tJ w ho is to a-ume excretive control of the government is settled it is no longer debatable. There in absoluU-ly Lut one course Tor the people of .tit parties to pursue, ami that is a dignified acquiescence. The constitution commands this ronrxo; it is in the interest of in-aee and order a opposed toanarchy and revolution. To iiUlrr.ate any other coure,or io avow any other ptiri-ose, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 November 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY 3I(?JTNTG, NOVEMBER'S,. 187G. OX THE AXXIOl'S SEIT. Tin Fcterfeh SUiie of the Country on tV.'(lmdny. LNtCIKER SPECIAL. (.'Hing to üroimda for (h llofx lliat wan Within Tliein. ;speci.;l Dispatches to the Enquirer. "rt'a-hinjrton, Ii. C, Nov. . There Nnuu-h n.iteinent here to-night. The lleiÄiMicans are enthusiast-ic over manufactured telegrawssent by men of sucli kindey as Hippie Mitchell, of Oregon, and Chamberlain, of Stuth Carolina, and beseige the telegraph .-ml newspaper ollices hoping to set some crünib of comfort to realize their desperate and hopeless anticipations. They are appreh. -iiMve and doubtful, but, nevertheless, as it Li the chaiue of a dying man, they assume to luve gained courage and hpe. The returns received here up to 11 o'clock are that the Ileiublkan National Committee concede Tilden IM vote?, and for the remaining vote, necessary to elect Tilden lie has t)u; doubtful staten of Florida, lxuisiuna. South Carolina and Orego...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1876. nir. CJLXTKXXIAI. ItlUGAGt: X ASJIXEU. BT K. 1. HCKDKTTT. Canto 1'rlraoK. Fete was a tip up baggage, man, bo ran on Number 4, Whew the Veu-s and groan of t raveling folks unflinchingly b liorc; He cared not how the women wept, or strong men raved and wore, While be mutilated sample rase, desolated Saratogas, annihilated ordinary luggage. immolated carpet-bags, exterminated band-boxca, and extinguished travelers outfit by the wore. . This fine old T. P. hassle man, one of th modern time. Canto Sfru nda. Bat Thursday afternoon there came a modes traveling muri, "Who smiled and watched how ruthlessly the bagsag I eteil I slam ; ' Then, aa he pointed out his trunk for him to Kmjbtli and Jam, lie said: Der friend, my wordly posseasionü are few and humble- sllverand (told h.wo I none.; but such a I have are in that trunk. Handle it tenderly, for it is frail and I am poor, and if there s a man travelling who watches and weeis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 November 1876

7 WELCOME LITTLE BAI BN' IE. "Veloome tae oor lnele en' Little, roy, dainty hen ; ;Sune voniI toddle but an' let Ve'eonie, little bairn te. -Sune yoall lisp the words v fine, heer ruy heart when I repine; Ta" oor hame a Rift diviue Welcome, little bairnie. When you prattle on my kn, I'iithely will I sins to then, Saunter wi ye ower the ! Welcome, little balrnie. Hoo ni cuddle you at nicht. Watch wi'e-ire till mornin' lieht. Till you wuuken blytlie and bricht Welcome, little bairni. "Watehlul anf-els ever -juard. Lift your youns thought heavenward. An' i he bleRsintc o the brd i:et on thee, my bairnie. A PROIIISEIH A FKOMIKK. By nn, fialljr A. IUmaa-e. "Poor Amy I It seems to me I am fated to bring onlv hoitow to those I love or those that love inc. Fhc has been so tender and t rue to me; she has never faltered in her devotion and I am actinp: dishonorably in treating her a I do. I will be a man; I will he just as loyal to her as 1 pray she may be to nie. An! yet, how childish she is...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 November 1876

TILE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1876. 8 CHEAPEST IN AMEKICA. OUR MONTHLY, A LITERARY, FASHION AM) FAMILY MAGAZINE! for tiik pf.opi.k. A FAIR OF ELEGAFF OIL PICTÜEES To livery .Subscriber. SUBSCRIPTION : With 1'romtum, 75 (VnU; without Premium only r, VESTS X YI-UlCX V Extraordinary Inducements t. Ajrent, Twentv-nvcCnt.spaid for every N KW sUBFlKST Premium: A Lsvly's Gold Huätlng Chse Watch, fotflng $100, to the person wnlin In the Unvest list of names, with the money, during lsT'i. Skconp Pru-rJirM: A magnificent original Oil Painting, elegantly framed, etc.. Mms for EtciW. iid or KPKCIMUN OHM KS tfree) a:i! examine rhe terms to Agents, etc. I S. AY 11 KS CO lublislier, INDIANAI'OLTS. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL UO.VET AX I) THE MARKET. OmcK or thb Indianapolis kkstixfx, Thümdav Kvrxiyo, Nov. 9, 1876. We have bo new feature to report touch Iii local fin.incial affairs. Currency, without being abundant, Is in suflieient supply to enable Wie bank to meet the w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 November 1876

VOL. XXVI, NO 15. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER '20 1876. WHOLE NO. 1880. Hate Corpus Tlic Great Falladiiim of Anglo - Saxoil Libert' Called Upon Jo Aid an Unrighteous Cause. OUT OF JAIL A Columbia Calaboose Purges Itself of the Still Unpurged State Board of Canvassers. HAMPTON PROTESTS Most Solemnly Against Being Kept Out of His Rights at the Bayonet's Point. PACKARD'S PRACTICES. Louisiana's Overturning Board Continues Its Congenial Task of Manipulating Returns for Hayes. OTEARNSAXKHISSATELLITES Organize a Star Chamber Returning lioartl and Adopt a Set of Elastic Rules for its Guidance. ROW OX THE RIO GRANDE. Some American Citizens (Jet In the Way of a SIrxican Revolution and (Jive Rise to a Speck of War on the Border. PACIFIC PROTESTATIONS Trom All the European Powers Apropos of the Eastern Question. THE ILLlriblS INDEPENDENTS. They Hold the Balance of Power In the Legislature and Will Control the Election of Senator. HENDRICKS IN NEW YORK. He Talks About the Political...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 November 1876

TIIE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOllNING, NOVELBER 29, 1876. 2 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER '-IV ' Our rooster crows for Moses. Let's hear from the Journal on Mose.-. - Evidently Hoses is the South Carolina lawgiver. The South Carolina Moses know how to bulldoze a rascally board of canvassers. The city of New York gave Tilden a majority of 53,909, which shows the vast influence of the New York Time and the Tribune, Coburn could afford to be salty on the South Carolina supreme court. Just aHttle more brine, general. It will pleaso the News. Sixteen or eighteen is the democratic majority in the next congress which means more investigation" end more lame radical ducks. It is stated, by bigh'authority, that the residents of New York city paid for one million quarts of water as milk last year. Croton, at that. Moses ought to go a courting in Florida and Louisiana; there are lota of radical prodi-gals in those states who ought tobe h jugged. . -ould be pleasant to see Moses Within kickint d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 November 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTJDSTEI, TTEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29 187G 3 GÖXE TO PBLHS. BT A LIQUA. New Orleans Times. William A. Jones, foreman of the composing room of the New Orleans Time, died a few -weeks ago. Just before his death he became eonwious for a moment, and In that gleam, dwelling upon the habit of bin life, he kucIdenly exclaimed : "The ads are all right, Sherman; lock up the forms and let's go to press." "Lock np the forms, let's go to press!" lie cried with tailing breath. And closer to his bedside came The shadow we call Death ; His pale lips int the loving ones That bent to kiss and blt. Ills hands grew cold In tender el sp, Ills life had gone to press. Of stirring deeds that thrill the world A paper s life is wrought. Of poets' tender words and true, Of truths by saos tnuuht. And toil of busy braiiA uuii hands. To brighten depress . The mind It m-els, but past a change When onco It gnt-s to press. Tlie mystery of human thought, The good and ill combined Js mastered...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 November 1876

THE INDIANA STATTE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1876. "WEDNESDAY, NOVEMDEIt 20. THE ISSUE. The very latest adrice from Washington leave no room for doubt or controversy. The United States of America are on tho eve of a revolution. In South Carolina a decided effort was made by the supreme court to maintain a government of law against physical force. It has signally failed. Fraud has triumphed, or will triumph, if military force can avail. Grant's order to sustain Chamberlain U conclusive. Caesar has issued his edict, lie hau crossed the Rubicon. The telegram that conveys tha information is the death-knell of American liberty. The great heart of the nation ceases iU pulsations while it reads and listens. If there was ever a demand for crape. now is the time. Let muffled drums beat the funeral march of liberty. Fraud deep, premeditated and damning is guarded by federal bayonets. Court are overthrown. Law lies prostrate beneath the iron heal of a despot. The time is now at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 November 1876

THE' INDIANA-STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, XOYEMBER 29, 1870. Written for tbe Bentinel.J KOXU OF THE UXIOJT. dt Jons 8. EEID. Fling out the Cag, our country's flag! The banner of the free and brave ; Like beacon bright, on mountain crag Far flashing o'er a stormy wave, liaptlzed in blood, ltd varied hues, When first unfolded to the sky; Were wet with evening's pearly dews. As tear-drop, w pt by those on high. Btand by the f ag, the good old fl-vg ! Though men way falter, knaves may steal, And some who high In rank may "swag;' Be firm, bo true, and scoru to kneel, Hope of tbe brave, on ni my a plain Where shot and shell ploughed up the field. When men Ml like the be riled grain And Ood sUoue w,n sword und shield. Stand by in.-, r.agl deiaaud your right, A fair, ulnare count of ballots given Which fall like dew drop of the night Or snow taken from the vault of heaven. Demand j our rl. h:'s as freemen d-re! Beard every tyrant in h'.s deu, Compel a count Ilia' 's square and ftdr N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 November 1876

HOST TAKE IT TO lit: ART. ' BY UiXWOIANA C. CLAKK. ITInRley' Magazine. There's many a trouble. Would break like a buhbl. And Into the waters of Lethe depart. Did we not rehear? it, And tenderly nurse it. And give It a permanent place in the heart. There's many a sorrow Would vanish to-iuorrow, Were we not willing to furnish the wings; Howvily intruding And quietly brooding. It hatches out ail sorts of terrible thinus. How welcome the seeming Of looks that are beaming. Whether one' wealthy or whether one's ,oor Kyes brlgiit as a berry, Cheeks re-d as a cherry. Thri Kruin and the curse and ihe heartache can cure. Resolved to be merry, All worry to ten y Across the famed waters thnt bid us forget. And no longer fearful, Hut happy and cheerful. We feel life hat much thiit'M worth living for yet. LIGHT A.I) NIIADOW. BY MRS. SALLlE A. KAM WiF. "I can only try again. If 1 fail. ( (Joil. help me; I must not, for then we would per ish. Wliatcan I do more than 1 have done for my children? I w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 November 1876

TUE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKNTNG, NOVEMBER 2l, 187C. i GOC.VOD-N "CAST SONG. 1. O, silence of the bight, whose voice alone Is vrect. WW hers 1 lost to me Mysterious my that fails about the mossy feet Of yonder shading tree Tell m if that her eye, when other soundly sleep, iU'kiciiW ort its Nun, And it my darling friend, while- I my vigil k p. Recalls the absent one! . Ii. When in th blue, aloft the moon flood "with hei lteht The forest nnd the sky What time the bell that to the vwner prayer invite. - t hime and vibrate and dieTell me if that her soul to their sweet harmony Responds in unison. And if to her that chime of peaceful melody Ili'Aih the altseiit one! I'On TUE LADIUS. Marriage m described by a French cynic as a tiresome book with a very tine preface. The Italian universities have never excluded women. Centuries ago they even elected them professors. The full title of Miss Edith Pechey who was recently confirmed as a physician in Dublin, will be "L. K. J. 1. I....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 November 1876

r 8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 187C. 'M O W I the Time lo I'-egin IookJ:i! About for HOLIDAY PSESEMTS! . AMI 33, 35 & 37 W. Wa&hinjtoii St. IS Tili: PLACE TO VISIT. T-ozcn Silk Handkerchiefs, in ton different Styles Meli and Iw Price, hut all Very Cheap. SO Pnwn I.inen nnil Cambrie Ii.itial Hand kerchieis, for lAdica, ti-it and ChilIr n. ino Fhgantlr Kmbroldered Set In Beautiful Katiey llüxcs. Jut the thing, (Jeiit.s! fiOO OntV Silk Mufflers, New, Stylish mid Cheap. Just the thing. Ladles! 10O Ladies' Neck Ties, of Kverv Description; l.at st in Kt U, and Wry Iw. lOOl Handsome Toiiet Artifice, (.love mid Handkerchief Hove, fancy Jewelry In KmllffcH Variety, Perfumeries, etc., etc. JUSJ WHAT YOU WANT And none of them cost much money. It is liest locftll now while every department is replete with lleauty and Hi-;amv. Kvery express train from the ea-t brings us NOVELTIES TOR THE HOLIDAYS ! L S. AIRES & CO., INDIANAPOLI...

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

1. w1nfr KT VOL. XXVI, XO 1G. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, DECEMBER 6, 187G. WHOLE NO; 1881. EIGHTH ID LAST President Grant Inflicts His Final Message upon a Patient Congress. HE DIES HARD. Apologizing for His Past.Shortcomings, the Inference Is That He Would Like to Try It Again. CONSPICUOUS BY ITS SENCE. ABAny Allusion to the Prevailing Electoral Complications. CORRUPTLY COUNTED IN. That's What's the Matter with Hayes Louisiana Made to Give Him 3,437 Majority, SOUTH CAROLINA STIU (UJLKS With Kelloggfs Satrapy for Mail Pre-Eniinence Chambprla i n Counted in by :,OU Majority. THE PBERIDESTS nVSSAtiK. He Admit the Cora on Hi Appoint rarnt-And IHsfonMM Abont the Mar Moni The Indian Tlie Army and Ty-Postmitlfr-Herb-nr lorlon Centennial An durational lnal- . I Oration for Voter Buy Kanto Io min go und lie Happy. To the Senate and House of Representatives; In submitting my eighth and last annual message to congress, it kcmhh proper that I should refer to and in some degree recapitula...

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

9 EUSIXE..) I'AItA IjY.SI.S. The radical party is cspo' sible fur the comatose rondiiei; of business affairs. Some weeks since there was hoei'ulncs; the outlook was cheering, industries were reviving. Tke indication" were that id! men would . have employment. Men thought they could see tit dawTi of better litres. Confidence was growing stronger, .ipifal was coming ft :rili from its hiding p'a es. The harbinger iioles of reform were heard. Men were taking courage everywhere. The south from itsdes-pair and prostration stretched forth it hands, and the old-tinw greeting of fraterniiv were heard. The north resHi:uied with words of theer, and the oiu!.'ck grew brighter; the eloud-. broke away; the fogs disappeared: tin public pulse heal in harmony with theMiewdeI"urture, and new life seemed t !e infu.-ed into every branch of business. Of a sudden all this 1i;is changed. The radical party saw an opportunity to utilize fraud, to make perjury potential; to uiiik .-- o jndrelbm with virtue, ...

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