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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 October 1874

Jill INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY OCTOBER 13, 1874, WHOLE NUMBER 1,770. VOL. XXIV-.NO. 10. 7 THAT TIDAL WAVE. A DEMOCRATIC DELUGE. A CLEAN SWEEP IX INDIANA. The Democratic State Ticket Elected by fromlö.OOOto 20,000 MajorityTHE LAST OF THE KEPUBLIOAN PARTY. Tables Turned in the Congressional Delegation. LANDERS ELECTED. Marion County Redeemed from Ring Rule. Tremendous Democratic Majority in Ohio. NEWS FROM THE STATE. FIRST DISTRICT. POSEY COUNTY. Mount Versos, Oct. 11. State ticket 800, Fultr 5Ö0 democratic majority. VAXDKhBl'ROH COUNTY. Evansvillk, Oct. 11. Curry's majority la this county is estimated at 2J0. Other count its In the district show large gVns for the democrat. Hellman'a election 1 not certain. The republicans carry the legislature In this county. Princeton Oct. ll. In Olbson democratic majority for State ticker Is about 400; for Fuller same; for oar Ttpiesentatlve about ä'm). Evans vi LLE,rOct. 1 8- p. M.-Retums very alow. The first district will give the state ticket betwe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 October 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY; OCTOBER 13 1874. THE POLITICAL PK0BLE3I. BISING FROLI THE DEAD. ANDY JOHNSON DISCLAIMS. v OIK MJYER IRKW A RKITBUCA ISREATff XEVIEW Or THE FAST IIE ALLUDES TO THE f "OON&TITCTION OK MY COUNTRY." N!ivii.i.K, Tknn'., Oct. 7. Ex-Piesldeut Johnson spoke three hours and a half at Shelbyllle yesterday. A large portion of the speech wis devoted to de fending himself against the Union and American of Chaltauoogajn aspcclal ?tn;l edtoriaHktober 3d, In which he wits designated as an ex-iepubllcan president and in favor sf the repudiation of rHate and national Obligation. He says of this editorial: I have read it aA intruded to express the opinion thatex-Fres-idont Johnson, a republican ex-president, is not - pror-er person lo co to the United States Sente. Tben who ought to co? They point the -case well aQd suggest to the democratic party that Slokes is upon the stump, tuat Ha wkins is pon the Mump, and that suokes and Hawkins .advocate precise...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 October 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAT, OCTOBER 13. 1874. A ITER FIFTY YEAKS. S. C. BAU September 20, 1S71. Yes! nfty years of trouble come and Re 1 coam Blaue nrsi i ko - Bat none have come from thee, dear wife not In grief's that aadden'd me thou had'st no Bave when, accepting more than woman's Of pain and toll, despondency and care. My comforter thoa wert, my hop, ray trust , Uulding ; niy steps on earth, through blinding Into the Heaven-lit path that Heavenward leads. Bo has It been, from manhood into age, In every shUttng scene of life's sad stage, Kince fifty years ago a humble name I gave to thee which thou has given to fameRejoicing In the wife and friends to find The woman's lesser duties all combined "With holiest tffort of creative mind. And If th world has found some good in me. The promoting and the teaching came from thee! God so guide both that so it ever be! So may the full fouut of affection flow; Each loving each as fifty years ago S We are going down the rugged hill o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 October 1874

THE INDIANA STATK SENTINEL TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13. 1874. I JOtTjttTjJl TUESDAY. OCTOBKR 13. This mast h th t'dsl wv. Carry the nw- i ttns'ttno wa. New York sends I r- ing. Why don't Judge WiNon into tho Opposition and tk h n'd ore more? Bergh, the neu ft t r oi doa, will soon earn tbe title ot tbe common enemy of ronkind. He has bad a man fined twenty-five dollars for employing his dog 'o run a cider mill. It is to be ) egret ted ibat At omey General W illiams did not steal a bore ii sead of carriage. It woul I have b-en converi nt to.b- able to call Lirn a hor e t hief. Now one bus to designa'e him a- 4 Landaulf t Williams" or tbe canitge-thie '," and loth those tcrmsare aw k ward mi d u st ilac"ory As tbe moral guilt is tbe same. by could not tbe press of tbe coun ty enter it t a ronvpn tion to call the worthy h-ad of the de part ment of justice a hornet Lif? If he de aired t visit any of he ex1 ie.ue Wes'ern Stat-p, arrargf nients could be made to pre vent his getting lynched on acc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 October 1874

r H E INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13. 1874. THE SECOND DAY, A Uamocratio Victory In thd City. WHAT THE FIGURES DENOTE. . . ww r ituin iMTUiTDiTTn Tl V Ylrt JUh VA I 1 L 111 I 1 r. iy -v - - - w - - , wtrnkTrT-unnwM l iNDKU. AND KKISS- ! NERI UK WINNING MfcN WITHOUT A DJlBr THKWAKDS WHOSS VOTB I N )T Th.T KNOWN. Yesterday was the second day of the battle, and tLe moat anxious one 01 tbe two. a the few retiirim of tbe dy previon hd wbetud tbe public appetite for more. Un'il late iu tbe af ernooii there wax nothing known except by rumor, and the reiiorts were deleJ until marly midnight. The 'scraN-hirer' tbat had been done clogged tbe wi e -Is and made the diay a I the more vexaiR.ua to the hundreds cf arxious one. At 1 i.M ck lst nigbt the Teuth Ward had 150 v.te Itlt b count, and the prnspec whs, tbat the in-p tois wruld not toh"ii e till momlnvr. One of tbe ins ect T in that ward lell ick erd.v and ouiewbat delayed the oiertii'ii of counting. At 1:W this morniiiif tho cl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 October 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13. 1874. 6 THE HANGING OF THE CRANE. IX) !?G FELLOW'S 3TEW POEM tPendre la cremillere, to hans? the crane, is the French expression for m house warming, or Jte first parly given la a new house. Ii The lights are out, and gone are ah the guests That thronging came with merriment ana Jests To celebrate the hangln of the crane In the new house into the nlht are gone ; But Ktlil the nre opon the heariü buras on ; An J I alone remain. o fortunate, O happy day! When a new household rtods its r lace Among the myriad homes or earth. Use a new star just sprung to birth. . And rolled on it harmonious way Int to-boundless realms of space! J3o said tue guests In sp-tch and bobs, As in ihe cniraney, burning bright, We hu' 2 the iron crane to-iii!?ht. And merry was the feast and long. II. And now I sit and mine on what may be, And in mv vision see. or seem to see. Through tloaiins vapors interfuse! with iixht. ' , , Bhapes indeterminate, that gleam and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 October 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAYOCTOBER 13. 1874. 7 THE OUTLOOK IN INDIANA. PREMONITIONS OF DOOM. INDIANA UEPCXUCA5S THINK IT LOOKS DARK MEETING Of TUE CENTRAL COMMITTEE THE MENATOtlSUIP AND TIIB TEMPERANCE ISSUE oriNION OF AN ADMINISTRATION REPRESENTATIVE. Its correspondent in this city gives to the Qhicago Tribune the result of Jiis investigations amonz tho politicians: Writing -within one wtek of the day ot the State election, tho first thing to mention the thing 'most prominent in tbe minds of a great majority of people beie now ia the sodden and almost inexplicable change thai has coma over the spirit of the republican dream within the past four or five day. From the time of Morton' late speech on tha Louisiana question, and the tkillful use he made of tbe reported Southern outrages, a leelin" of assurance was to be noted in republican circles everywhere; but all at once there has com a change. Like the wind, you can not tell whence it cometb. but the effects are plainly to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 October 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY; OCTOBER 13. 1874. 8 A. O Aß D! Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Keadeis: We respectfully as your imme dlata attention to tha h-, Hectad stook of Dry Goods, Notions and Ml! inery ever orouaht io;hls city. By giving our individual attention to buying in New yotk, we nav secured a line of bilk. Black Goods Dress Goods. Dometlcs, Woolens. Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens, Blankets, Comforts, No tlona and Millinery, a i such rates on such terms a enaolea us r offr the loves pricps known ejnee 1832, Our prices are alike to all. and Grangers as wel. as Oth era will find At no other nous more attractive ooods or lower prices. Xj. AY"RE3 Sc CO 17 vtiYD K PAI.A OK. Allay pains, subdue swellings, heal burus and will cure rheu madsin, ppavln, and any flesh, bone or ni uncle ailment. Tbc White Wrapper 1 for family use, the Yellow Wrapper for animals Price 50 cents; lary bottles, 11. (Mill I mi err f-T iitori- Pieaaat to neriVet sub lime lor Castor od. hut v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 October 1874

I' TOL. XXIV-NO. 11. LONDON TOWER. THE STOKY OF COL. BLOOD. I3TERBSTINO BBMIXWCENCE3 THK CROWN jiwim (ML. blood's attkmpt to stkal THM-THK W ARROW ESOATK HIS KURTH KB HISTORY. In the Chicago Tribune of lst Sunday ap peared an account of Col; Wood's famous at tempt in 1371 to steal : the crown jewels of England: My first desire, on reaching London, waa to yisit the world-renowned Tower. The immense pile stands on the eastern extremity of the city, and Is wonderfully imposingnot for its architectural beauty, for it has none, but for its gloomy, solemn solidityevery stone seeming to frown defiance to chance and time. It appears to nave been built to last forever. Commenced more than eight centuries ago, by William the conqueror, it gradually increased in strength and importance, ualil iUname be came farailUr throughout the ci vilizad world. For centuriei it was the abode 01 royalty, od the king and queens of Eogland not only tonnd shelter within iU wUa in time of war, buthousfsof luxur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 October 1874

; ' - ' S ' THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, OCTOBER SO 18T4. ' - . . LINCOLN. "UNVEILING OP HIS MONUMENT. YESTERDAY'S EXERCISES ATSPRINGFIELD. ... ... crrrrn V THE LIFE OF THE MARVTRED PRESIDENT RAISING TDEMOaiais-M THE MONUMENT PROGRAMME OF EXERCISESTHE PROCESSION LINCOLN'S HOUSE. A special to tbe Chicago Tribune ol yesterday morning gives an account of the exercises which vrere to take place at Springfield yesterday: More than nine years have rolled into the past since, on the 4th day of May, 1865, the remains ot Abraham Lincoln -were laid at rest in the beautllnl cemetery oi Oak Ridge. Doubtless had he power from the other world to bigniiy his will, the slmDle nature of Mr. Lincoln would bave rewtl the Idea of raising a monument to him. A calm grave in American clay was all tbat his ambition migbt call for, but his admiring and laitbful countrymen could not allow the last restine place of one ot the most wonderful men of this country to remain obscure. America saw the beloved...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 October 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAYOCTOBEIt 20. 1874 THE MAY QUEEN, ADAPTED TO A BACKWARD SIASOX. BT BRET HARTE. Naat Almanac for 1373. If you're waking, call me early, call me early, mother, dear, An-l dm that my room It warm, mother, ana the fire is burning clear! And tallow my nose once mor, meiner, once more ere you go away, . For I'm to be Oaeen o' the May, mother, I'm to be Ciueen oT the May. It froze so hard last night, mother, that really 1 couldn't break . . . r The ice la my little pitcher, mother, till I thought the poker to take! You'll find it there on the hearth, mother but, oh, let that hot brick stay, For I'm to be Queen o' the May, mother, I m to be Queen the May. I shall put on my aqua skutern outside of my seal s Win coat. And two or three yards of flannels, dear, will s?o around my throat; Ami you'll see that the bonset-tea, mother, Is drawn while yoar child's away. For I'm to be Queen o' the May, mother. I'm to be iaeen oTthe May. Little F.ffle shall go with me,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 October 1874

THE INDIANA' STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY; OCTOBER 20 1874. it it Lke i "läse Yenai it. aiu - j u I, l i : v t JIXfcX'vTJv & 'oftheworld. Butlt is a lamentable fact, my menas, tnai in tnose states ioai me, 'liberty and property are not secure, have not been see are." Man supporting a tree, which was 'first planted and . then created, and then made a success, and then turned into a beacon light this is reconstructed rbetorio with a vengeance. ' TUESDAY. OCTOBER 20. i reported that the grand Jury of Salt City has found indictments . for rious cohabitation"-against Brigbam c and George Q. Cannon. 'Bri&bam nini'Baon the raised edge. 'Cannon has gone ET- ' Mrs . Howe says, the one thing necessary for tb e amelioration of women is to "let The Coming Republican Statesman. The telegraph announces the nomination of (Dr. Ayers, the great patent medicine man, by tbe republicans of the seventh congressional district of Massachusetts. This is piece of significant intelligence....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 October 1874

5 CORRESPONDENCE. ALONQ THE ST. LAWRENCE. . DOIJtQ TIIE DOMINION. MODSISa AROUND MONTBKAI. 9LD CHCRCHt TUE ORaT Ü.HXEBT BCR3ISGI BKKF THB MOUNTAIN. . i Occasional Corresp&ndenee of tns Sentinel. Montreal, Sept. 10. Braced by the lresh morning air, and the excitement of tb passage of the Lasclne Rapids, tho view of Montreal which, breaks upon joa, as you pass nuder the Victoria bridge. Is an sppetlxtag one; before you is' spreJ lbelty with lis tin root's glistening in the inornig's an, its countless forms of industry, springing into life among the wharves and tblppiog; the son shines mellow through the morning mist, while against the dark green foliage of the mountain back of the city, ia seen the river ft iazily rising to the um mit. Perhaps yonr gai9 rets fondlyon the grey tone of the Bonsecour market, for the cracker and the cup of coffee that tho waiter, had given yon, "just to kit! the wor m," as he exprese9 It, have long sinco failed of their staying power; at least...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 October 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY; OCTOBER 20 1874. MELANCHOLIA. BY ER5EST KV-BS From the Coruhlll 5fagazlne. I. Saldt thon. Tie nignt la ending, day 1 near? 'ay now, my soul, not so; We are sank tack Into tbe darkness drear, And scarcely soon shall know Even rememb-ance of the sweet dead day , Ay, and snaU lose tuU soon The memory of the moon, The moon of euly nlsht, that cheered our sunless way. t Once, from the brows of Might, Iapt with a cry to light Then straight to htrive with her , 8he called the Lord of Sea ' In royal rivalry Kor Athens, he Supreme of things, The company of crownless kings. splendid strife the Queen began. In that her kingdom making man ' Kot less ihan equal her own line Inhabiting the hill divine. Ah Fate, how short a span tiavest thou then to god and godlike man . The impiou fury of the storrablasw now Swttps unrebuked across Olympus' brow; The fiir Foreflghter in the strife For light and grace and glorious lifo They bought aud found not ; she and hers i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 October 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1874. PECULIAR PEOPLE. A VISIT TO THE GIPSIES. THEY COMPLAIS OF TUB PREJUDICE AOAIXST THEM BKTTER TREATED lit KU Q LAND A CASE OF RANK INJUSTICE. ' The sorrows oi tribe of gipsies temporarily toppingon Long Island are expressed in the Sunday Mercury: A Mercury representative called upon tbe gipsies yesterday. They were not ea-y to find, bavin, during the two week the have been in the neighborhood of Iiichraond, removed their quarters every two or three days. It wa9 evident, from conversations with the inhabitants, that the general impression caused by tbe presence ot the gipsies was anything but a favorable one. Mothers had kept a close watch on their children, and farmers on their chicken?. In tbe whole of the county the deepest prejadico was felt against them, and it is said they did but little in tbe horse business Dnring their stay at .Silver Lake, however, the fortune-telling went very well, andaucceedetl.il. would appear, past th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 October 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, UCTOBER 20, 1874. 8 C A 1 Trad Palace, Oct. 7. f o ie Country R eaders : We respectfully as yur Jmme &ate attention to tle best selected stock of Dry Goods, Notions and MH' i nery ever brouff. Bygivjngour indlvid.8-1 attention to tuying in New Tor. k woTav, eocured a lino of Sih . Back Goods Dress Goods, i?1?!3' "Woolens Flannels, Shaw l3Tale Linens, Blansets, Comfo.r,ts tionearid Millinery, at buci1, r13 and on Euch terms as enabk es ua to offer the lowest prices kn0" since 1862. Our prices are alik,e Jp all, and Grangers as well as o m" era -will find at no other ho 4. 89 mcrs attractive aoods or lowrr prices. Xj S. AY"BE3 & CO., TKADK PALACK. C ENTAUR LINIMENTS Allay fcalns, subdus swellings, .t bnrni. and will cure rheu mat lam, spavin, and any Cosh, bone or muscle ailment. The White Wrapper Is for famUy nse, -the Yellow Wrapper for animals Price 50 cents; large bottles, fl. Children rry fr Cnstnrla Pleasant to kna rwrf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 October 1874

II if if e INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY OCTOBER 27, 1874 VOU XXIVKO. 12. WHOLE NUMBER 1,772. 7 1- DARK DEEDS. THE ANDERSON TRAGEDV Facts that ara Stranger than Fiction. The Scene of the Mowson Murder. INTERVIEW WITH THE MOTHER. THE HLSTOttT OP THE MURDER OF ALBERT vnun AH PAR AS KNOW THE BROTHER THOUGHT lO BE THE QC1LTY ONE, AND HIS SI OTHER THOUGHT TO BE AN ACCOMPLICESHE IS BELIEVED TO HATE BEEN COGNIZANT OF SEVEN MCRDER3 DURING! HER LIFE THE INVESTIGATION AT ANDERSON THE ttoitsr OP MRS. MOWSON AND HOW IT LOOK ED INSIDE A DREAR V PLACE, FIT FOR DEEDS OF VIOLENCE. Special Correspondence of the Sentinel Anderson, Ind., Oct. 23. 1S71. The recent Perkm's murder in Cincinnati was said to bo the most outrageous and un natural one ever committed. The Mowsod murder at Anderson is developing into an affair more diabolical by ten-fold than the Cincinnati one; and what is still worse, the which I sneak is -but an opening into long years of crime. Rumors too strong to bo thrown aside on the ground . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 October 1874

q TUE MISTRESS OF THE MANSE. DR. HOLLAND. Arabitlon was an allen word, ' Which Mildred filntly understood; It jxriwontd. breathing bad not blnrrea i Ta wMWieof Iter womanhood, or had its blatant trumpet stirred , To quicker pulse her heart content. In social tasks and Dome employ, tsne did notquestloo what it meant; Bat bore her woman's lot with Joy And sweetness, whereso'er she went. If ever with unconscious thrill It touched her in some vagrant dream, She only wished that God would fill With larger tide the goodly ttream Teat flawed beside her, strong and still. She knew that love was more than fame, nd happy conscience more than love; Far off and wild, the wings of flame ! Close by, the pinions of the dove That hovered white above her came. She honored Philip as a man. And joyed in his supreme estate; But never dreamed that under ban She lives who never can be great, Or chieftain of a crowd or clan. m x.-iHit. avo va lib a. knife That pierced and plagued her shrinking heart. To b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 October 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY OCTOBER 27,. 1874. THB COLD WATER ARMY. I. O. G. T. CONVENTION. THE GOOD T EM FL AR OF INDIANA IN THEIR ANNUAL CONVENTION REPORTS, APPOINTMENTS A5D DISCUSSIONS THK EVENING EXERCISES. The Independent Order of Good Templars of the State of Indiana, represented by their frrand lodge, convened Tuesday in the house of representatives, and was called to order by the Hon. E. B. Reynolds, O. W. C. T. After an opening prayer by the Kev. R. D. Spellman, O.W. Chaplain, the grand lodge was declared Informally opened, and Sirs. Mary " Davy, John M." Bohmle and George Wallace were appointed a committee on credentials. An invitation was extended by the Indianapolis Good Templars to the grand lodge to meet them in a public welcoming meeting at Asbury M. E. Church this evening, which invitation was accepted. Messrs. J. J. Talbott, R. D. Spellman, George Wallace. M. C. Anderson, and F. B. Rose were appointed a committee on reception and public meetings. On motion o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 October 1874

THE INDIANA : STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27 1874, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 27. The Eeecber-Tiiton case baa been brought tefore tho courts at Brooklyn, on tha ordor to show cause, granted a few dava ago. Mr, Boecher's counsel are endeavoring to make Tiltoc produco a bill of particulars. Bhowinc the different oc casions on which the alleged adultery was committed. Only one date, it is alleged, has been given thus far. The design of Mr. Beecberis,of course, to learn what testimony he may have to refute, and so be prepared for it on the dav ot trial. If several different dates are given he may be able to prove an alibi in retard to some ef them. It would semasif the motion of Beechor's counsel hardly cme, nevertheless, within the pro visions of the New York code regarding a bill of particulars. The section which covers the matter was designed to secure dcönite items when a gross sum is claimed rather than to obtain a knowledgo of the plaintiff's line of attack. The 'delay of the judge- in ...

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