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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 May 1874

; , -:INIIANAypLI3, -TUESDAY. MAY 2, 1874 I i v .hu to , '.7 r1 Pi :i .-;! J . ri ) AVHOIVE NUMBER 1,752 I I. ' j.''. ' ili-fll- l m-s i v'''' i - '. BSS3CH"S.lTBHSEa . .... . i n,i! vm i i ' ':' t ..' 1 1 I ;" i '" , , i i i -i 1 1 i : . . . . . i . . '.TBE JUNE SALLY, -'ij -'1 i .v.,v .J ri'.l fnXBiib; MÜSTSR. 1 vo V COUNTY' ABOCSEIk ..,.. x TiRimj'cAiJ-o-H iiuii 1 LIKE.' Tlie following address with Signatur tUched, ppeapfn thalfjlt ppcr: ' Whin the" questions upon whie political ' Vrt ri formed are solved by ttre voice of th poplekorbi tfe lpe of jtiwe, the usefulrress of such parties are at an ead,and thiy Ji'iwmijiiMfc'.101'' 5be politician c'ind b,dpmagosf e. wherewitB to fleece od jTefraud the people. SMsch I taa vase with the parties' of ottraatry to-day. ' There are no " iiinslMuestetwea theia. and corruption ' is succeeding to oöres of trust and place of power, and tue ngtua an imere-it i d V people are trampled under foot. We think ! ; the time has come for-ws to bury the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 May 1874

r THE. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1874. f v . PA RE PA- KOS A. Mi; BT DWAKn XINO,v; 5 -- 0 ririt.dl-sembodled tuough Shoa art. I ellng to thee, and cannot let thee got by voice ring through the chambers of my heart; Its subtle music echoes all my-wee,. - Its trret paasjon.lts consummate patn. t Ite dreamy lapture and lti lofty rsne Thrill wlt-i a sorrow-laden joy my brain. - - Ah, sweet dead slogert it la sau and strange Telose with thee the harmony ot lite; . Vby could not gentle Death dtl-.n to foresee That all oar souls would be with dlord rife If, in his round, he placed his hand on ttoeef ; R'en he shall learn the silences to hate, . . 4 And half regret he sealed thy sudden fate. - ! Tan will not rle to tone his reed Sln; ; Fair Anhrodlt. with her loam lipped "Will spring do more from bosom of the main, marl melodious tale of lOVe tO tell; tvi- iicr.t thiitihnnc from ereat Apollo' bro Isdulled beneath the shade of centuries; üb hsrp of David is neglected now. And ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 May 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1874J 3 THE BLUE AND TILE GRAY. " ,Bythe flow o;J the Inland river, whence ti fleets of Iron have fled, "Where tb 4 Hades of the new gras odrer, '. Asleep, are the ranks of the dead. Under the nod and trtedeT, ' ' Waiting the Judgment duy, v 4 Tnder the lanrel the Blue, Uuder the willow the Uray." T.r In the robing of glory, ". Those in thn gloom of de eat, AH with the battle-b!ood jrory, In the Uuslt of eternity meet. aiaouu"Una,ertne9odrnlthedew, ": ' ' Waltlngttie Judgment üay, -,., utier the lanrelthe Bine. ' Under the willow the Oray, From the silence of sorrowful hours . me desolate mourners ko, lovingly laden with flowem, " V. AUfce for the friend and the roe. . Under the sod and the dew. waiting the Judgment day, ' Under the ro rhe Mine, - " ; Uuder the lilies the Oray. So with an equal pJendnr Tb morning sun ray fall, ' With a teach impartially tender, OatlM bk"n blooming for all. - - Under tb5 sod and the dew, : . Waiting the Ju...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 May 1874

Tffi3 INDlANA;SyATEjIäNXNEL;TÜSliAY, MAYj?6;il874WT 3 TUESDAY, MAY 28. Tb listot bridesmaids in the Karterin rant wadding roads like a vote In the . Kenata. - -: - . , . . The United Stale baa been importing more than it exported for several years, which was hardly a paying busTnees, Irak ef Ute a cbnge has Inq solng on, For the seven months ending January 11, 1864, Our imports, as reported by the Baraaa of Sta tistics were: merchandise, f 007,039,615 ; poIi e and bullion, 122,455,589. Our exports lor the same time -were: merchandise, f 330-, 4V,8l, specie and bullion, $30,.V6. Allow lng tor tbe differences of warehouse ac flonnt. tbe exDorts for these seven months 1 i exceeded tbe Im porta by ICl.498.SSu, while für tbe sevn montba ending January 21 173, the imports , exceeded the exports by fSSpMHTJ. This is a moet enoouragiog ex hibit, and this kind of natioual book-keeji-iug stould not be allowed to fall Into dis J asasasaaamva-ses aa-aaasaa-aaas a-as-BW-SBa Or. iter receipt of t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 May 1874

THfi rNDI AtyV ST ASEy Tlf EpyspY ,MfcY; ?rt?7:f TT r r I TU REE TUIN08. ! ; BT BO0K TCJtmT. - ... JTr are Urea talags tetar Arab tan ' Three thing never come again.n.ow saay vaatnh Iroin the . Uonomi from the dewy sod : ' ' , . Verdure from the broken cloa, Wa;er frou the tlver bed, ,,- Tnmxm from the mountain s heed; Igbt may brighten into day,. Noon iu midnight fadeaway? Yet tbe ur aitall eosse once more Wbea the Winter empests roar; lilossoms eac returning spring " In her laaWtn arras shall bring; -irm be green where plowshare run ; , 4Uvrt ÜMh ta Anlamn'ttan; Time shall bid new foreeu grow, Noon and night both come and go. " Tel, tboagh 11 thy soul complain. ' Three thtiige neTer eorne ia. . ,J lxve may vanish from thy petit, J".-":t -wept aside by woe sjhI wrath ; , Hope may leave thee to despair. " Ktcbea fl like smoke in air. 7 Home forsake thee, friend deny, IJfeltaeif be Otto die; , - - .But lb 4ove may come once more, , Dearer I han it seemed before, " Hop reuewlts smilin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 May 1874

G THE ARKANSAS CONTEST. BT OBTHIUS C KSKV. . jt will be seen by the following verses that the prwm oontrot between the broeki and Baxter parties U not the flrt memorable conflict tnat äa occurred In Arkansas: " There was a man In Arkansaw : . ?! Aalet his passions r. -And not unreqaently picked out gome oilier varmint's eyes., . His name was Tuscaloosa 6am ' And often he would say : - There's not a ens In Arkansaw 1 can't whip any day-'. One day a ttrangrr.passln' by, Heard Sararaj talkln so, - - When down he scrabbled from hl hos. - v And off bis coat did go. - He sorter kinder shot one eye, And spit into his hand. And put his ugly head one side, Ana twitched his trousers band. "Mv boy," says he, "it's my belief, Wbomvir you may be. That X can make you screech and smell rtnleXüet agony." "I'm thar." says Tnscalooaa Sam, And chucked his coat away; I'm thar," says he, and then he up For to commence the play. . t He thundered on the stranger"! mug The straDner pounded be, And obi the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 May 1874

t THE INDIANA ST AT , SENT I NE L T UE SD A MAY 2 6. ,1874. : I 1 MY MOCKINU U3EAMS. BT AK51 S. DJMJfOCX. , . Fourbright er come to mein my dream: Two are Jet black and two are brown. ? The jet blacz eye glow with a hidden ure. The brown eye might melt a heart of san. j Four roared lip come to me In my dreams ; Two with a pout, inviting my kl; Two that close flrmly with firm rsaolv. Yet neither pair could 1 bear to miaa. roar whit arms twin about my neck I feel the tnrtll of their sweet cares. "While the nog-era wander o'er brow ana eneK, Aud my bouI arise with Joy to blew j This love that make life o dear to me. This lov that will last Uli my heart 1 UU ; A love that no taint of in on mar, A love that enthrall both tense and will. Hark ere, aglow with yoar hidden lira, t KrowTeyw, with your wt, entrancing ' Red lipeorblt arm, and velvet P1' ' Iwould train you close In a loDg embraca! k Vr fiarllngs! Tour mother longs for you ! The ireaia of your presence 1 passing lair, ... . rloaT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 May 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINELS -TUESDAY; MAX 26 1874. 8 E 'W'Vd?ÖrÖHD S . for orl ni and sararner is now tcij .. Tk iinrrh wem made bjr'Mr. ipietsv . Mmt ni in New York the entire season and buys only when the rood are the right kind end quality, and the jrtow i are hvery lowMt that cash can obUin. To farmers and mechantos we can offer the best ocxU m the market at prices a low as any taoue In fee west, an that very few bouses can duplavt. Com and see for yourself. LS.'AYRES&CO., Trade Palaco ; Indianapolis CK.STAVB LIXIHIHTS 1 heal barns, and will care rheumatism, spavin, and any flesh, bone or muscle ailment. The ' White Wrapper is for family, use. ,-asJ ta Itltow W rappee- for aoiaaals Price 50 cents', large boities, fl. ktCwLM me ry far Catrf Plesat - to take-a perfect snbHtitute for Castor Oil. but nor efficacious in regulating tie stomach and ;.., Ir&DXES; M8P3' AMDCIULOttEH. LINEN - AND teas' pa.. 1.1 i.V. PIQUE SUITS. 7v j . tl9.000 WORTH OK . LADIES MUS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 June 1874

lif 11 III I II I V LI 1 I 1 1 III I 1 1 I Wt I VU ' a 7 Iii 111 Iii I j III I rs I I LV 1 rvVJ J 1 'L 'L .I I Mf w VOL. XXIII-K0. 44. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1874 THE BLUE ASD THE (J RAY. By the flow of th Inland river, hence the fleets of Iron have fled. Where the blades of the new graft quiver. Asleep are the ranks of the dead. Under the sod and the dew. Waiting the Judgment day, Under the one the Blue. Unaer the other the Gray. Theoe In the robin 15 of glory. Those In the gloom of defeat. All with ihe battle field gory. In tb- du-k of eternity meet, Un'ler the sod aud the dew, Walking the Judgment day, Under the lanral the Bine. Luder the willow the Uray. From the silence of sorrowful hoars The uesoiate mourners go. Lovingly laden with flowers, Alike for the friend and the foe. Under the sod and tbe dew. Waiting the Judgment day, Ui.der the rose tbe ttlne. Under the lilies the Uray. So with an equal splendor The morning ban-rys fall, "With a tonch impartially tender. On t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1874. 2 A POKJi OF ROBERT BURNS. HITHERTO UNPUBLISHED. From Ever aturdar. H The troat ia yonder wlrapllng burn That glides, a silver dart. And safe oeneath the shady thorn Ueoes the angler's art: ,...,. Mr lire was once that careles stream. That wanton troat wail; Kut Jove wi" unrelen tin beam Haa icorched my fountains dry. That little flowret'i peaceful lot In yonder cliff that row, Which, save the linnet flight , I wot. vSVXVX o'er me parsed. ÜÄÄÄAn. blast My youth and Joy consume. The wakened lav'rock warbllnj spring, nd climbs the early nkr. Winnowing blithe bis dewy wing Jn moralug's rosy eye; A little reckt I sorrow s power, Until the flow'ry snare O' witching love, in luckles hour, Made me the thrall o care. KVS ASiD GUS-SIP. Congress bas appropriate.! the suni of $40,(h0 to replace worn-out ana muiuaiwu n jti'nnal bank currency. Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, has latelv received two gifts from Episcopalians, one 6f $1-0,000...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY." JUNE 2, 1874 3 THE RIDE OK OOLLIN3 GRAVIS. Ail IXCIDE5T Or THE FLOOD I1C MASSACHCeXTTS, OH MAY 1ÖTH, 191. BT JOHH BOYLK 0REIM.T. - From the Booton Pilot. fo song of a eoldier riding down To the razing fight from Winchester town: No song of a time that ishook the earth "With a nation's throe at a nation's birth; Bat the Mm of a brav man free from fear A Sheridan's elf or Panl Severe; "Who risked what tbey risked, free from strife And Its promise of glorious pay his life. The pea-efnl valley baa waked and stirred. And thsanswerln echoes of life are heard; The dew stiil clings to the trees and grass, 'And the early tollers amiling pass, ' As thev glance aside at the white-walled homes, Or op the valley, where merrily conies The brook that sparkles in diamond rills As the sun comes over the Hampshire hills, What wa It, that passed like an ominous breath! TJkea shiver of fear or a touch of death? -What was it? The valley is peaceful still. And the lea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY,. JUNE 2, - 187V TUESDAY, JUNE 2. Indiana independents uiusb bear iu uiiutl that the tenth of June has been selected bj the Illinois farmers and independent for the assemblage of the hoste in that state. 'When von come together by thouaads here re member that over the border there ft. .another body watching and waitinp to beed and to nelp in the work oi reformation. To those iu cities and towns who cannot see the fist u prising o! this movement would b? a revelation and probably it wiL not be until the lines are drawn and - the t attle eet that its full extent is seen. It is especially stated uy the 'officers that everybody interested in the manufacture and hsndline o batter in the United State is invited to the butter convention, June 17 in this city. There is an organization undei whose auspices the convention is held." 'The name of it is too long to put ia writing oftener than semi-annually. It, may be well to Rive it once more as a mark of res...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 June 1874

.THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, t JUNE. 2, 1874. BPIUNO BLOSSOMS. . From many Fields.' ' BUCOLIC. ' In the spring the spurs prow loner on the gaudy In therftg alalia faacy Jlhtly turns to thoughts of eggs.-st. LvuU Democrat. - ' AQUATIC. In the spring tbe vernal blabber Upen in the burnished whale, la the prin a tadpole', fancy lightly turns to thought of tall.-Mlnneapo.la Tribune. UBBA. la the sprint? the umbreU owner 'glni to won- In tne spring the soda fountain lightly turna to thou gDU OI DBS. oio D0XX3TIC In th. anrln l VirTtnt tOCO-Cat llOW'S With mAraHlMnnlMnLrrV: in is. nrin t h housewife's fancy tunii to thouhU of rhubarb pie.-Boton Advertiser COHVIVIAL. la the spring the peualve cocktail 'glue to shed In the spring the teller's fancy lightly turns to POLITICAL. In the spring the budding statesman puts more Ringer in nis grip; ..... In tne spring be love the granger.and with ratrick takes a nip. BACHELOR EFKAIX. -Apropos of the May dog day. In the spring the paper col...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1874. THE OLD JANOE. TVher the roekn are gray and the höre is steep, ji.uA the wter below look dark nd dwp; "Where the rugged pine la iU lonely pride, ,Lmdi gloonihy over themurky tide; Where the reed and rushes are long and rank. And Ih-t weeds grow thick on the windln Where the shadow la heavy the whole day through, There lies at lia moorings an old canoe. his The useless paddles are idly drooped -tit . PA.btrd'a wlnir that the storm lopped. And crossed the railing one o er one. Like the folded hands when the work Is done, "While busy back and forth between The adder streiche hl nllvery soreen. And the solemn owl, with his dull "too-hoo, Settle down on the side of the old canoe.The stern, half unk In the slimy wave, Kots slowly away in its livti grave. And the green mow creeps oVr its dull decay. Hiding the mouldering dual away, like the hand that plants o'er the tomb a flower. Or the iy that mantles the falling tower; "While many a blo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 June 1874

lux lPiuiAiNA bXATJK. SflJVTINEL. TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1874. ' 1 . f THE p'O LOVERS. BT GEOROK ELIOT. Two love ruby a moss-grown spring: They leaned soft cheeks together there. Mingled the dark and sunny hair. And heard the wooiog tbrimbea aiog. O budding Umet 0 love's best prime! Two wedded from the portal stept; The bells made happy caroling. The air was soft as fanning wing, White petals on the path-way slept. O pore-eyed bride! . O tender pride! Two faces o'er a cradle bent: Two bandit above the bead were locked : These pressed each other while they rocked. Those watched a life that love had sent . O solemn hoar! O hidden power! Two parents by the evening Are: The red light fell about their knees On heads that rose by low degrees Like budds upon the lily spire. O patient life! O tender strife! The two still fat together there',' The red light &hone about ihelr knees; But all tde hed by slow degrees Had gone and left that lonely pair. U voyage Ust! O vanished past! The re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 June 1874

THE lJNUlAA STAT IS ÖJKN T1IM.E..U lULSUAI, löf. 8 E WV GOODS fcor stock ot Dry Goods, MlrJJdfn5 for spring and summer U now very rail ana rrctl i-wtvin snrf mialltV me rifio r.vT-i a can obtatu. lo larratheverv aJ;eQ oVr the nest good,. Kf ISKS'Ä'prtÄ SS low r bow. 1 k. Vest. nd lhal very Ie nouses Si tJome and see for yourself. L S. AYRES L CO., Trade Palaco. Indianapolis. V Ct XTAl'B LISIMEST Allay paluSf subdue swellings beat barns, and win core rueuma ism, spavin, and any nesh. bone or muscle ailment. The White Wrapper is for family use. -the Yellow Wrapper for animal Price 50 cent ; large bottle, IL Cfelldreai ery Tr Cauttorlaw Pleasant to nerfeet fulsiitute for Castor Oil. but .more efTeaclo as in regulating tLe stomach bowel. , and STRIKE TVHILE THE IRON IS HOT. Wew.ll make prices for the next thirty days i... ..t.nUh .prvh)d. Every article r;" . nnr .nttr oiuhmeut at lowe price than "own OUR8T04KOF8ILKS IMUENSE. OUR STOCK OF" DBE-W GOODS IMMENSE. OUR STOCK OF WHITE GOODS IM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 June 1874

feg .V 3 'in?, vmik:;;; i 7 ü'ffii t.Y-LHiY, -w 1 f y i a ivii I r in Iii Iii i'i a )- VOL. XXIII-NO. 44. A D BADLY CR" ME. A NEIGHBOR'S MURDLR. ' AS ATROCIOUS CRIMB BT A NEGRO IN OR AST ' CO C STY TIIE DETAILS. The Marion Democrat, of Grant county, publh&es a desperat crime: On Sunday night May 24, abeut 10 o'clock, a -colored man named Abner Mackmatb, residing in Liberty township of tbis county, was murderd in cold blood by one Daniel Wet assisted by another nefTO named JaKf s Smith abas Casey. The following are the particulars as learned by the Democrat reporter: It eemsthatWest and Mackmatk were both keeping company with a good looking colored girl named Kate Jones, West bad repeatedly threatened to take the . life vl Mackmatb, but no reticular attention was paid to bis threats. On the evening question Mackmatb accompanied theeirl from -church and remained at bet Wia until about ten o'clock, when be started to return to old man Stokes' where he was orliine, by the wy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, JtT&E 9) 1874. 1 f v .r i , An old farm-bonse with meadows wide, ". And aweet with clover on each side: bright-eyed boy who looks from out The door with woodbine wreathed about And wishes hi one thought all day: Oh ! If I coaM but fly a ay ' "Mi' From this dull spot the world to see, ' How happy, happy, happy, How happy 1 should be ! Amid tbe city's constant din,' v man, who round the world Lai bee. Who. 'mid .he tumult and the throng, Is thinking, thinlng all day long; oh! could I only tread once more The field-path to the farm-house door, The old, green meadow could 1 see, . How happy, happy, happv. How happy 1 should be . - GENERAL N0TE8. " The cities of Cincinnati ani Cleveland ta gether pay near one-fourth ot the taxes of the State or unio. A renewed effort " la being made in St Tiii to complete .the proposed fund for a monument to Nathaniel D. Lyon. A committee ot the veteran officers of the Mu-souri regiments have the matter un...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 June 1874

i t THE 'INDIANA - STATE' :SENTiNÄi;'TUESi','juljti b. 1874. , . . A DOUBT. 1 BY MRS. x b. x. Brrr. ' ' " ' It is subtle, and weary, and wide It mmarea the world at my tide; It touches the stars and the un; , , . It creep with the dew to my feet; It broocti on thebloMoms, and none, Tcau?of Its brooding are sweet, ' itsiidesasasnakelnthegTaas, WbFDrer, wherever I pass. . It Is blown to the south with the bird. At the north, through the snow, It Is heard ; With Ihe moon from the chasms of night. It rtw-s. forlorn and afraid; If I turn to the left or the right, I can uot forget or evade ; . When U shakea at mv sleep as a dream, ' If I shudder. It stifles my sceam. Itsmlles from the cradle; it lies On the dust of the Brave, and It lies In the winds and the waters; it slips In the flan of the leaf to the ground; It troubles the kiss at my lips; It lend to my lau liter a sound: It manes of the picture but paint; It uoha oes the brow of the sal lit. The ermine and crown of the king. The RW...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 June 1874

'THEIi.rANOTATTSENTm TU ES DA V, JUNK 9. Michigan U the field of woman's great endeavor this year. The way this eonses to paäs wa tarouga a resolution of that etat a o fw months azo. submitting to the neoole the dropping ol the word "male from tbo constitution. Since that time thA iriends of woman suffrage have been actively at woric. organ ix jnif fftra tnrt vicrorou caronaien. At the jv - - - ' O ' w annnal meeting of the wo tu an eufirage acmrwati.in of that atato the sum of $2,000 was raised on the spot to carry on the Cam paign, while the executive committee pro pre :aising in aadition ?).ooo for the same purple. Mrs. Stanton U already "stutnpiiiff" thA state, and is expected to be w followed by George William Curtis, Mrs. J,ucy Stone, Colonel T. W. Higgin.son, Mrs. Live; more, Mrs. Olympia Brown and many others. Some opposition is already shown to tb statements oT Mrs. Stanton, who bases her arguments on the condition of the women of other states, forgetting tbat the laws of M...

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