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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 September 1874

lllilltl iff Is . INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1874. TOI XXIV KO. 5. WHOLE KUMBEB 1,765 WW GOLD AND SILVER. A NEW ELDORADO. SILVKR II SOUTHERN COLORADO THK OKOfJRA PHY OP THE SUPPOSED DIGGINGS i.OUU orxcea op silver to the ton. A correspondent of the Chicago Tribune writes from Baker's Park as follows concerning a newly developed silver country: Baker's Park Is situated in Southern Colorado, between latitude 37:8 and longitude 107:S. It embraces a small portion of the Ute Indian reservation which waa ceded to the government by a treaty made a little over one year ago. but mt ratified by the Senate until April 24 of the present year. By this treaty the government obtained title to about 1),CÖ0 Hquare miles of mountains; and nearly in the center ol this ceded section lie thSan Jnau silver mines, covering an area 10 miles east and west by 25 north and Kouth, and nnmberinsr about 4,000 well defined veins of mineral; at least this number t "locations" have been made up to date. In...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 1874. THE UNSOLVED PROBLEM. OXcCTJLLOCH ON THE CURRENCY. NATIONAL FINANCE. THB CURRENCY AND THE TARIFF AN OPEN LETTER FROM AN M SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY. The Hon. Hugh McCalloch baa addressed the following letter on the national finances to gentlemen In Cincinnati, who had invited Um to give a public expression of his opinions on that subject. The letter as given in the Cincinnati papers of yesterday is as follows: THE CURRENCY. My opinions on the subject of currency are reil known to those who took the trouble to read my Fort Wayne speech, and my reports as secretary of t.e treasury from 18C5 to 1S69. . The opinion I there expressed, In language as strong and unequivocal as I could command, have neither been changed or modified. On the contrary, they have been confirmed and strengthnedby further observation and reflection. I thought It to be the duty of Cor gress, considering the subject in its moral as weil as its financial bearing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER ti. 1874. ! i THE POLITICAL FIELD. CONVENTION COMMENTS. THE PRESS OF THE COUNTRY ON THE CLAIMS OF OHIO AND ILLINOIS. ALL HAIL ILLINOIS. (New York World. Democratic.) The act of the Illinois democrats In Btriklng hands with the New York democrats on tne Utlca platform ol free trade, hard money and home rule, which ever since last fall has determined the crystallization 0f parties, is probably the most important event in our politics since the murder of President Lincoln grave over the Southern States to a costlier revolution than the war of secession, took the control of the republican partv from tu statesman and founders, i- and sta'ked. ita future hopes npon a coalition of Northern radical and Jobbers with Southern negr.es, carpet baggers and thieves. For this union of the democracy of the Empire states of the East and West upon a common platform which, while it holds the allegiance, maintains the principles and inspires the enthusiasm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 September 1874

. i ? - THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 1874. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 3. Who are the Inflation democrats of Indiana any way? The Cincinnati Enquirer of Wednesday morning publishedan interview with the Hon. JameaB. Ryan in regard to political prospects and the ex-treasuser cornea out in this gallant aiyle: "I regret that the Enquirer, a paper always read wfch so much interest, takes .grounds against Mr. Kerr. Mr. K, is an honest nan. and I do not believehe is any more in. the interest of -Wall street bankers than I ao. You ""might as well say the same of Judge Joseph E. McDonald, for they nearly agree on finanea. McDonald's speech at -Green castle I regard as good democracy. If .it is repudiated as such I will not know what to call myselt Major Craven, candidate against Kerr, is my personal friend, and 1 am his; bat I am pained to see him placed in antagonism to the democratic Nominee. But it vrili all come out right. Kerr will be elected." This Is as it should be. It is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 3874. 5 sible, for the purpose of county organization. .. 3. To endeavor through these conventions, through county organization, ami by correspondence, to secure the formation of new leagues where no; already organized. REPORTS OP COUNTIES. The report of counties concerning the temperanca work were very Interesting, indicating tho progress of the movement throughout the State. Taken as a whole, tfie reports are very encouraging, and show that the progress made by the crusaders, II not entirely satisfactory, has been suflicient to justify a continuance of their efforts with some degree of prospect of final success: at least t a the way of abating the evil to siderable extent. They indicate thst there is being created a decided public sentiment gainst the traffic In spirituous lienors; that those who have heretofore been indif ferent on the subject, though not advocates of intemperance, are being aroused to a consideration of the subjec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 September 1874

4 C J tri' X im. THE YEAR OF R ES. ALGERNON CHARLES BWISBCRNE. From the deth of the green garden-closes Where the summer In darknes dose Till autumn plack from his hand Ad boar-glusa that holds no a aand, From the maze that a flower-belt enclose To the stones and sea grass on the strand How red was the relgu of the rosea Or of the rose-crowned land! The year of the rose Is brief; From the Hrst blade blown to the sheaf from the thin green leaf to the gold, - II has time to be sweet and grow old, To triumph and leave not a leaf For witness in winter's sight How lovers once In the light Would mix their breath with its breath. And itssplrit was quenched not of night, JL love Is subdued not of death. In the red rose land no! a mile Of the meadows from stile to stile. Of the valleys from stream to stream, But the air was a long sweet dream. And the earth was a sweet wide smile Red mouthed o a goddess, returned Krom the sea wh.ch bai borne her and bnraed, That with one swift smile of her m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1874. FIENDISH CRUELTY. TIED TO TUE TRACK. FURTHER FACTS CONCERMNQ THE OUTRAGE NEAR HE3RYVILLE ROBBE RT AND MCEDEB THE 8TOBT OF THE DYISQ MAN. The Louisville Courier-Journal of August 31 contains the following account of an atrocity mentioned by telegraph: As freight train No. 10, coming south on the J. M. & I. railroad, due at 10 o'clock- yesterday morning, in charge of Conductor Waterhouse, bad reached a point near about oce mile thin side of Henry ville. the tiain was hailed and stopped. A number of men, probably a dozen, were gathered around the body of a man, and Conductor Waterbouse was told that a man bad been run over by a previous train, and was dying. The conductor had the injured man taken on beard the train, in company with Dr. Ferguson, of Ilenryville, who bad been called to render medical services. The injured man had his left leg torn c ff by the train, and was weak from the loss of blood, and for some time ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY; SEPTEMBER 8, 1874. TtfE V GOODS ftnr stock of lry Goods, Millinery and Notions fl.--spring and summer is now very full and owvitiW'te. Tue purchases were made by Mr. Ar in pefMin, who remain In New York the iiäir season and buys only when the Roods are viMrU-ht kind and quality, and the prices are Cmvctv lowest thai cash can obtain. To farmvi Mm er4inict we cau olTer the l-t goods -4-lae market at prices an low as any house in &.Viwvst. and that very few houses can duplip. Come and see for yoursen. I. S. AYBES & CO., Trade Palace. Indianapolis. I'EATAl'K MX 131 EST X Allav rains, subdu swellings, heal burns, and will eure rhen 1 mailsm, spavin, and any fieh, bone or muscle aliment. The f5 Wlille Wrapper is for family use, - the Yellow Wrapper for aciicals ITiee 50 cents; large bottles, ft. Alldrrn frr lor fastorlft. Plea? ant to perfect substitute lor ( atr On. but txmjv cifiutciouH in leiiuUtiu' tLe ktomarU aud FIXAXCK AM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 September 1874

fife IiiiiÄ Site w i s i i j i . 1 II III 111 I ' I .A I II INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1874 VOL. XXIY-KO. 6. WHOLE NUMBER 1.76GJ i THE SECOND SHOT. MOULTON'S NEW. STATEMENT. The Internal History of the Great Plymouth CHurch Scandal. ., vhANK'3 EXPLANATION. T 0v H050R AT STAKE Twi?H TBACT-T! CHAROB ElAciMILISO-r-EECHER's DEALING WITH U5SSJwOKra-A 8HAMEFVL TALK. The whole of Frank Moulton's second statetelegraphed from New York, on the mu lZu. to the Chicago Time, la Uch it PJeare.1 yesterday, occupying three ful page, more important portions of too foment laclndin- significant letters now for the first uae lUued, are given by the extracts which follow, while the omissions are referred to a, they occur. The statement 13 entitled TO THE PUBLIC, ',-ri.itthiis- i have waited patiently, und coVft-r iivir)" to the public the T5?.lnddoÄmntV S they were given made no use, nor did t aey cau uj w of tne explanation, OTUyW test inecou facts bv rrosWiftmlMup'lv", t fei. nivlled myself ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY; SEPTEMBER 15, 1874. o BEFORE THE BATTLE. POLITICAL PROCEEDINGS. NEW YORK LIBERAL CONVENTION. COCHRAN'S SPEECH AN ADDRESS BY A COLORED MAN THE PLATFORM. Albany. N. Y.,Sept.9-The liberal state conmention met In Tweddle Hall to-day and was called to order by Gen. Cochran, who made a lone address criticising the republican manasement of public affaire. He also argued that the democrats had affiliated with corrupt republicans In Congress to carry out disreputable measures and claimed that a new party was demanded. Alter a temporary oreaslzatton was effected and the committee appointed the convention took a recess. It reassembled at 4 o'clock p. m.. and cornDieted a permanent organization. Tending tbe arrival of the committee on resolutions, Isaac U. Hunter, colored, of New York, was called for and spoke at length, declaring it their duty to nominate a ticket, and naming Sandrord E. Church and Thomas E. Stewart as his choice, tien. Merritt, from commit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 3874. MONTERO'S FLIGHT. THE DEATH OF MAKSTI A L CONCHA AND THE GALLANT HIDE OK HIS AID-DE-CAMP. f Mack wood for August. Wewere fighting for In Carlos-for the cause As'ladof DouTeUyo, the mountain 'gainst the plain. . The Keyublic sat triumphant on Don Felayo Andfbrave among the bravest, old La Concha lei them on. - r .,-, We held our proud position on Monte Maros And all around Abarznza their movements were Kecimoed'the vUl age ateeple, and bade th af f (a1 a t v X I a And they rushed up like a tempest, or vantagepost to win; " . , Cavalry and toot-men, up the rugged mountain They kept their steady progress, and not a juaa looked back, ' . ... Thtn we poured from our lntrenchments, like a rain-swelled river course; And they aiood against the torrent, like the dam that t-tema tin force. The livingdani was yielding, their strength was giving way , , , T ,. Then he hurried down, exclaiming, "I die or Iyhv1)re?luyyhorse,Iontcro:', and he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 September 1874

w THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESD AT, SEPTEMBER 15. 1874. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. Tbe great and gallant Col. Whitley, chief Of the secret service, finding it necessary to it sign tor the good ol the community, publishes in the New York Herald a letter of advice to the country and vindication of himself. The colonel eems to think that the niraored change im the construction of the secret servtc- bureau is about to mar tbe beaaty, soil tbe bonetty, and weaken the ability of that rttirnaculate and high-minded body of men, the treasury detectives. Tlie character of the service has been so unsullied in the hands of the colonel and hla associ ates tbat heTnoarns in spirit over Us pos sible degradation. He asserts that the sys tern -ol rewards by which tbe secret service was formerly conducted was one conducive to fraud of very Tariety. Volunteers acting in the hope of spoil proved dangerous servants. The great nemies of the treasury department were courfterieiiers, and as these -ciTKilnal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 September 1874

t THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1C 1874. 5 accordance with legislation. Judicial decisions and public policy. And the companies can not nay to thö producers, nor can these members of Congress aay for them, "if the fares and freights are too high yon can carry your own produce to market as yon used to do." The public corporation must serTC the public at reasonable charges. That is the purpose of its existence, and the advantage to the members is but an incident. Highways, whether rail or mi?ht he made bv the State directly, and in every respect would be under State control. The public corporation, created to traild and maintain auch highway, stands, in respect to its powers and Its duties, in the place ot the State. It is a creature of the State, endowed with a part of its powers, to serve the pablic And if such a corporation refuses to serve the public at reasonable ntM th Ktate mir compel auch service. I suppose the rule in respect to a private corporation would be ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 15. 1874. LOVE IN WINTER. r.OBEKT lil'CHANAN. Gentleman's Magazine. i. Oh, love! like the roses. And every 103 sha'.l fall, For oure as summer closes Tb-y perish, one ana all. Thea love, while leaves are on the tree, And blrdssing In the bowers; Wnen winter comesjoo late 'twill be To pluck the happy flowers." It is a maiden erring, An ancient girl, in sooth; The dizzy room is ringing With her shiill -- of yonth; " The white keys sob a üwirt she tries Each ahriil and shrieking scale; m !i. love is tttie the roes ! ' cries This muslined nightingale. In a dark corner dozing j closed my eyes and ears, And call np. while reposinx, A glimpse fr in other year; A genre-picture, oualnt and l'utch, laeeirotn thjs dark scat, "Tis full of hnman brightness, such As makes remembrance weet. II Kktt leagues of endless meadow In Hoilaud lies tlie seme), V.'htre many pollard shadows ( er nut brown ditches lean; firev clouds above that never break. Mists t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER lo. 1874. TO CHARLES SUMNER. IN MEMOKIAX. BY W. W. STORY. Blactwood'a Magazine for September. For year, dear friend, bat rarely hart we met, v.m tu &riitinnt n.ith oar feet had set. u .ith hoiwnn ns. vet von still were near, . . And friendship had no shadows of regret, - j . ,iiro1 ns tint nanofht 1 IIB OC5BU UIWM ' ' T . rtV . Obscured the Interchange of word ttaOQRbt, ,.hrk.n line of sympathy still throbbed, And unto both Its constant message brought. And so I felt yon were not far away The mere material distance seemed to lay Krief barrier to oar meeilnsr. nd I dreamed, That some day we should meet; ay, any day That we again should clasp each other's hand, Aoeak as olt old, aad face to face should stand. Renew the pt, and plot and plan again. As la years pail we plotted and we plauned. That hope Is vanished now a sudden change Hath borne yon from me far beyond the range Of that familiar life that here we Knew Into a regio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 September 1874

TKTE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Tl.ESDAY; SEPTEMBEK15, 187L 8 JjfB W G00 D S . trtocs of Dry Goods, Millinery and Notions fr Kfrraz and bumioer 1 now very full and complete. The purchase were made by Mr. Ayre in person, who remains In New York the Ware s-aon and buys only when the goods are riht kind and quality, and the prices are ffc vrv lowest that cath can obtain. To farm rcuid 'mechanics we can offer the best goods Ui market at prices a low as any houe In TJuf west, and that very few bouses caa cluplitt jr Come and see for yourself. L S. AYRES & CO,, Trade Palace Indianapolis. IE.TAIB LI.MME5TS Allay pains, subdns swellings, heal barns, and will core rheumatism, spavin, and any fiek, boue or muscle ailment. The White Wrapper is for family us, - the Yellow Wrapper for animals svr Price 50 cenU larK bottle' ,1 OtUriren cry far C'astorla. Pleasant to ke-A perfect substitute for Castor on. but :uhb llcacioua in regulating tie stomach and FINANCE AND BUSINESS. iENEKAL MARKE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 September 1874

lllllll iff ' INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 1874 VOL. XXIY-KQ 7. WHOLE NIBlEEll 1.TG7. TILTON. HIS SECOND STATEMENT. THS PLYMOUTH CHURCH SCANDAI REVIVED. Tilton Reviews the Whole Case. HE MAKES IT . READ LIKE A nOYEL. Tho lAi&a of Evidence Fastened Round Boechor Onco Moro. A CLOSINO JUDGMENT. JMSWTATKMEXTS CORRECTED AND FALSITIES irrinviKn A CAREFUL EXAMINATION OF TUB WUOLK FIKI'D. Ttie full text of Mr.Tllton'a supplementary statement app ared in the Chicago Tribune of the IDth Inst., ocoupylng nearly twenty-four colomni of that paper. Below are given the more important portions of the document, espe4b1W thnuA relating to matters of which there has been a great diver-lty 01 statement by diilerdt parties, meiniouucuuu ui uru.cu. u u follows: Throughout toe country, if 1 Titfht'y lhterpret the public press, a majority of und id minds admit the truth of my indictment s Tili tihl Iba Itev. Henry Ward Beecher. but manv f-d'-mtnded persons, animated by a char liable doub...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1874. 2 "POLITICAL. THE POTIER LAW. A DECISION AT LAST. TTHE SUPREME COUKT OF WISCONSIN SUSTAINS THE LAW AND GRANTS AN ISJUCTION AGAINST THE ROADS ABSTRACT OF THE DECISION. MiLWArxEK, Sept. 15.-Chlef Jutsice Ryan has j ust concluded the reading of his opinion In the railroad injunction case. The court aßlrms the constitutionality of the Potter law, and directs an injunction to Issue compelling all the railroads in the State to comply with 1 provision. The injunction applies to all railroads and part of raihoads In the tau, cPt, tn between Milwaukee and the Prairie du Lhien division of the Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad. The reason for tbU exception is that this line is the successor of a ioaa holding n old territorial charter, and hence is not subject to ihe clause in the täte constitution, which authorizes the legislature to alter or repeal charters. The Prairie du Chien line is less than 2u0 miles long, and the Ht. Paul ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 1874. 2 RIOT IN NEW ORLEANS. THE PEOPLE IN ARMS, BEGINNING OF TUE TROUBLE. A MASS MEETING GOV. KEIXOOG ASKED TO ABDICATE A COMMITTEE SENT TO HIM. Nr.w Orleans, Sept. 14-In response to the call for a mass meeting on Canal street this morning, to protest against the seizure or arms of piivate citizens, men began to assemble about lOoclock.and by 11 the sidewalks of the great thoroughfare were filled for several squares. Many stores are closed and there seems" to be a very general suspension of business at this hoar, 12 M. Addresses are being delivered from the base of the Clay statne. No disturbance of any bind has occurred. Two companies of Lnited states troops arrived this morning, and Marshal Packard reports a regiment enroute from Holly iprings. Miss., for this city. The meeting adopted resolutions requesting the immediate abdication or Gov. Kellogg, and a committee, consisting of lt. II. Manu (chairman' Jules Tuyes, auiuel Chapln,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY; SEPTEMBER 22, 1874. TUiyDAY, SEPTEMBER After worklnu for ten years at recoiwtrnctwB, V,e republican party has got so f-r ad--vaftyi teat the pretended governor ol LouIffoMa baa to be set upon the necks of the raple and held there by the general governRient, a congressman has to run rat of Alafbama for safety, and the peor le all through the South are, according to Senator Morton, aborting eah other down for the mere fa a of the thing In tbe "cotton field a and the cano braliw. This is r&tbcr slow business. At eucb a rate of pi-ogrem, when does the party In power expect to restore anjlhinglike law and order to the South, to nay nothing of properity and happiness? It Is a simple qufation in the role of three. If somebody would say jmt how far in advance the Loebdanaof to-day is compared to the Louisiana of ten years ago, tbe problem could be worked out. To simple mladed poople it looks as if reconstruction were going backward This morui...

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