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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 May 1875

iiiiiii Iff rr i i i i in in VOL. XXIV-NQ 38 BADLY BROKEN. THE WESTERN WHISKY RING. Where the Lightning1 Struck. OVER THIRTY PROMINENT DISTILLERIES AND RECTIFYING HOUSES SEIZED. CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS AND MILWAUKEE BEAR THK.RUST OP THE BLOW FULL DETAILS OF THE METHOD OFOONDUCTINaTHE UREAT FRAUDS REVENUE OFFICIALS IMPLICATED WiTTI THE DISHONEST MANUFACTURERS HOW THE EXPOSURES WERK WORKED VP, AND THE bUCCE-S ON THE MOVEMENT. The hlorna that bas bsen brewing In -whisky circles for the last six or seven -week has at last burst over the beads of distillers and rectifiers. The Cincinnati Gazette gives fall particulars Iroua its Washinton correspondent : The heaviest blow ever struck at the wkisky'ring of the country fell upon It to-dy with telling effect. Over thirty prominent distilleries and rectifying houses have been seized at St. Loui, Chicago and Milwaukee, and a ma33 of unimpeachable oviJenee bas been collected Officers were secretly detailed to work up the case throughout the country,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 May 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, MAY 13 1875, A PARABLU. UY MA CRICK F. EGAS. lie''otrope andjasmlne flowers, liergsrnont made tangled bowers For Titanla's tiny court IToney-suckle and snap-dragons, ijly-cnps their Knowjr flassona Fall of dew and fairy tport. These he saw. Then looked around For the flowers he had not found Thought-flowers he loved the best. Sweet-bearted roses swnng In air, Roses crimson, and gold and fair; Kare they were, but not his Quest. And yet he lingered not In vain To watch and wait Is oft to gain : Ji'a trn, say what you please ! For Just within a wallnel ring Of briars, with sharp and wanplsh sting. Lay pensive-eyed heartsease. While their velvet petals betokened. Ol briar alines and thorns he reckoned And longed, yet turned away. And thusfrompaln.be, coward, drew; Sach pain ! at worst a scratch or two, And. fearing to bo boldiy true. Recoiled, and bore his whole life throug No heartsease from that day. PENANCE. lie kissed me, and I knew 'twas wrong; ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 May 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY MAY 13 1875 O o INDIANAPOLIS AND THE GRANGER?. VHIT OF A PORTIO! OF THE MECCTIYK COMMITTEE OF TUB NATIONAL GRASOB FOR THE PURPOSE OF SELECTING HEADQUARTERS FOR THE ORDER. Messrs. John S. Jonea, of Arkansas, and 11. Shankland, oi Iowa, a aub-commlttea appointed by the executive committee of the National Grange oi Patroni ol HusDandry, are in the city for the purpose of lookin? tip a Bite for a national Grange II all and rooms for the executive officers of the order. They have not as yet taken any atepa in regard to choosing a site In this cit, but will await the arrival of Mr. Henley James, Master of the Indiana Stat? Grans:?, beore taking any action in the premises. The gentlemen look for the arrival hero of several members of the state -executive committee before they finUh their isiicf inspection. The National Grange baa not yet decided to remove Us headquarters to this city as baa been supposed by some. What it did determine to do was to appoi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 May 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. MAY 13 1875, fT.NrT I'ft!'tl11tTlL.. We cV'' THURSDAY, MAY 13. Indiana and Ohio have been left untouched in the late raid. Are all their offiHaia immsrnlita. or would expoenre in these states be too dangerous. Postmaster General Jewell ought to take courage now, after Br is tow has set him such an example, and go on with the exposures in the pctfffice department. The next congress will let daylight Into the corrup tion anyway. The exDosare of the whisky frauds is made in administration papers, and is put in nrh a wir as to do the least barm. The Cincinnati Gazette, Chicago Tribune and st Tini Democrat eot the first chance to tell the story. It must be borne in mind that the exhibit of the awful system ot peculation in the Interior Department comes from adminis tration authorities, and the sum stolen is prtbably understated. "Beware, beware, they know bow much it is best to show !' It is a common charee that the democrats drink whisky, but it can ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 May 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY MAY 13 1875, aTh first pre-nlnm. a largo sPver medal, -was ward od lue Phoenix" brand Pure White I ad, Eckstein, II ills A Co., by the Industrial Imposition, for superiority over all other lead exhibited, and w the only mfdal fcr Fare White Ite-d evertrtven. ronCE OF ADMIÄISTBATIOÄ. Jlctlce! hereby given that the unders'gned hMtMn appoluied by the Marion Civil Circuit Cort of Marlon comity, Indiana, Administrator of tb e es tat of Thomas Dunaing, late of All connty. deceased, "aid estate 1 supposed 10 be solvent. ROitttT DUNNlMi, May 6,1875. Artmlnt'r.tr 5r3Rü Q a 1 1 ": To Contractors for Brick Work. St-a'-od proposals will be received outll I "clock f. at., MONDAY, MAY 31, IS75, lor furnishing all material and laying the brick of tne aew Hospital for the Inaue, work to commence Immediately after letting." and be proecu ed vigorously as long an weather will permit, in accordance with the plans and ft-cc locations ou ii'e In the office of Edwin Ma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 May 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. MAY 13 1875 G ORAND.MOTHEr, i;Y J. B. iFrom CascU Malaiin. 'MoDgstrwes In the sunset glow, Frethe white arum'i cup ol anowj ! rioted, iJrandmother sat, content to Bee The beauty roucd Per; rr insyoo She calmly dozal. Fhe, with grandchildren ronnd her path, rinding in life sweet aftermath, Urew young; Old volctssurged. upou the breeze, That over days remote from lhee A spell bad hung. Whilst gotden ionbeams danced in space. CailiDK "P many a suuny pUcej oroid; Or here and mere a c'ondy blot. That blurred the skies, of darkened po. Iu memory told. Yel dark and lizht to blent that they Made picture Mr of a summer day ; Nor woke . . . . . , The shadows aught that tcrtrt miaht bring, lor tlniesmootlied o'. r with genüe wlug Each ha: sher stroke. The nast'a wil l sobs were bashed, for a i Clear read Uods wrltln j on the r? Once dim; And earth's decllulnz days waxed pale In the light sriinin through the veil That bides trom Him. In ft fair horder land s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 May 1875

If THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY MAY 13 1875, t, CLEOPATRA'S MIRROR. r. w. BOUBDIIXOX. From the London Spectator. 11 Yon have a thousand slaves, who do Unwlllinzly their duty ; And I one er vice have for you, To Image back your beauty: But that one service is so sweet, I would In it my life would fleet. Your other laves aay you are stern, X always see you smiilutr, Ah from me some new graje you learn Your lovers ror beguiling. Those slaves, did they but win as I Your smiles would dare thrice o'er to die. Oh.'would you that all lands should pass Keneath your firm tiubjectlen ! Then deem the world your looking-glass And male for your reflection. Did you but sm'le on men as me, 'the whole world should in bondage be. A CONDUCTOR'S CRIME. A DESPERATE AND DEADLY DEFEXSE. A DISCHARGED RAILROAD CONDUCTOR TURNS EXPRE-jS-CAB UOBBEK HI3 FIR3T VENTURE KXDS IX DEATH AT THE HAXD3 OF THE MESSENORR IN CIIARQE. The Sentinel of yesterday .morning briefly reported the crime and death of a railro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 May 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY MAY 13 1875 .A. C AED Trado Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers: We respectfully ask your ImmedlauJt.ntlon to the best selected took of Dry Goods, notions and M?l i neVy ever orought to this city. By givinVour individual attention Loiying in wevv York, we have loured a line of silk-. .Black Goods Dress Goods DomUcs Woolens Flannels, Shawls. Tame Linens Blantets, Comforts, NoÄaid Ml.Unery at such rates and on such terms as w5 to off-r The owes' prices nown eincel882. Our prleei ibpj 'alike .to all, at. a grangers as wel. " Ja era will find at no other house mora aitractive goods or lower prlcss. U. S. J1T'H,E3 to CO., .iaed under the laS charce unless .ucc"ia- - - . -,.irtr olit:in-l. IMcollects, new j, f . won. procured or 'jL fj, other S Ä cent, fc? sample copy. Address S.-nd to ccni u.r Fitgfsald, FINANCE AND BUSINEß (JEXEUAL liUSlSCSS KEVIEW NATIONAL BAKS OF -u.iii.utemeBt of the condition X HO IUI u Tu-- ...,., day of March. 187.. is iarna...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 May 1875

Iftitlll et no INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY MAY 20 1875 "VOL. XXIY-KO. 39. WHOLE NUMBER 1,800 SILK SMUGGLING. SECRETS OF THE SILK TRADE. HOW THE GOVERNMENT IS SWINDLED. LAWRENCE, THE SMUGGLER, LODGED IN LUDLOW STBXET JAIL HIS STUPENDOUS 8MCQOLiyO AND THS DEVICES BT WHICH HK SAVED HIMSELF UNTIL ENTANGLED IN THE T.OIUS WHY SOME MERCHAJTCS USDKR8KLL OT HER-EUROPEAN MAIUKACTUREB3 IM PLICATED. Systematic swindling of the government through the connivance of administration appointees Is not confined to the illicit manufacture snd sale of whisky but permeates the import trade. ThisBortof business is becoming dreadfully discouraged under the Brlstow regime, a appears by re ports ot recent seizures of spirits, ana me North rivr. taken by and Berntho United months Graff sold to II. B. Claüin & o. nearly 300,000 worth of silks. They were v. nr. T.itt t Ka alllr hiivttrnf that firm, bat neither Mr. Claflin nor his partners peived from the auctioneers the proceeds of .r rh. with Win anv kn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 May 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, THURSDAY MAY 20 1875 SlIEBXAX'S STORY. CONCLUSION OF THE TIVE. The Spiciest V7riting of llie Times. INSIDE VIEWS OF THE A KM Y EARLY TROUBLES, DISSENTIONS AND MISUNDERSTANDINGS. JEALOUSIES B ETWEE! SOLFdERS OF TIIE REQTTTJkR AND VOLUNTEER ARMIES DID GRANT HRKRlf AN FLAN TUTS WONDERFUL CAM PAIGN Td SHEBM1.H rs BUB THK CREDIT OF THATCAMPAIQN THM MARCH TO THE SEA THE REVIEW OX PfiNNSRLVANIA AVENUE TV THK FATIOS'sCArrTAL. The subjoined U tho conclusion of the iTPTAld'a review of Hen. Sherman's history ot the war ot the rebellion: Oar first article on this noted work concluded with the first volume. Thewcond volume embraces the narrativ ol his career, from the appoint ment of Grant to mies until tbo war. Thers is command the ar close of the concluding chap Vex on the military lessons of the war, which i nirnaflv been rmblished and reviewed in thA TTeralrL The second volume embraces n.nr nniniq that have heretofore been in controversy, and the trnthof which wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 May 1875

THE INDIANA, STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY MAY 20 1875, SHERIFF'S SALES.' SHERIFF 84LE.-B7 -virtue of a ee rtlfled copy or a decree to me directed, from the clerk of tne Superior Coart of Marlon caunty, lndUna,lnaeWuse wherein William G. lockwood. a plain tiff and Feyton A. UlockweU Is defendant, requiring me to malte ihe wm ol Are hundred and fourteen dollar and forty cent, with Interest on i.lddtcree ui cost, I wlU expose at public sale, to the highest bidder, on SATURDAY, the 29th day ol May, A. D. 1875, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock r. m. of paid day, at the door of the Court House of Marlon county, Indiana, the rent and profit for a term not exceeding seen years of tlie following real estate, to-wlt: Lot numbered twenty-two 22 In Bright Powell k Ellis' subdivision ofoutlot numbered one hundred and flfty-nve 135 In the city of Indianapolis, Marlon CDunty, Indiana. If such raits and prolta will net s?ll ?J suffleteut sLinto saisfy said decree. Interests and costs,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 May 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, THURSDAY MAY 20 1875 THURSDAY, MAY 20. The indications are that Secretary Robeon, of the navy department, has been stealing -with a degree of imprudence altogether dangerous to the prosperity or the party, and he will bo the next victim of relorm. L There fcave been extensive frauds in the Importation of crape and mourning good a, as well as in tbe Importation of laces and ilka aad the Manufacture of whisky. The -admlnistratioe. thieves go "from grave to .jay, from lively to severe." ti --' The order Issued by Commissioner Douglas tiree m'jr.ths ajo for a change among the whisky upervlsora wa, the New York Tiaea savts, "revoked upon the president' direction fee reasons that eeemea to nun sat is factory," This reason will not seem by any mean satisfactory to the people ol the country. Accorihi to the papers there is a law in existence la Indiana allowing a bownty on fox nd welf ssalps. The act was paused by tbe late legislators. It fixes the bounty for wol...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 May 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. MAY 20 1875 K that is and the remainder of the exhibition a hfarintr i3 to be bad In Bur- ti..tTi TMdT. Menwbil3 Williams' threaten to enjoin Mr. Cola wherever ho oe. Mr. Cola injia.s upon lis iirhw"-! btblt the figures. It is an excellent advertisement tor both parties, hat the circus man ia gplng to pet the best of it. SHERIFF'S BALES. . - IL I 1IERIFFV HAIXEy virtue ni ireruui cony of a dere to me oirecieu, ' clerk of the superior courtot iinou diana.ln trtM wherein Ingram Hetcher et al. are plaintiff., an.i Isaac Davis et al. are defendant, requiring me to make tbe um or thirty-three hundred and ninety-two dollars und seventy-five cent, with interest on Bald decree and est. I will expose at public sale, to the highest bidder, on "Every mother Uprond to see her child grow S ATURD AY.the 12tn day of J une, A. D. 175, strong and healthy. We advlae her to ieea n on Ridge Food. It Is the favorite diet In England, tnd will Boon be the everyday food...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 May 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, MAY 20 1875, IN AS ATELIER. B'i'T. B. ALDKIC1I. From Harper's Mrgaziae for June. 1 pmr yoa.do not tarn your bead; And let yoar baudx lie folded, no. It wax adrw like thi. blood -red, That lante liked bo. long so. "You don tknow Dante? üevernlnd. He loved a lady wondrou Tair model? Mometbin cf the kind. J vender If she bad your hair ! 1 wotdei if he looked so meek. And w not meet at all (ray dear, j Kant that side tztt on your cheek). He loved her. It is very clear, tnd raiu'ed her, ft 1 paint you, Hut ra'.her b?ttTr, on the whole flerrei your chin; yea, that will do): ie was a painter of the soul! ( And painted portraits, too, I think, Jn thelnferno deviliah good! I'd moke som) certain critics blink If I'd h.s method and hi mood) Her name was (Jenny, let your glance Itnt there, by that majolica lray "Was liealrioe; they met, by chance They met by chance, tho usual way. (As yoc and I met, months a.;o, Io you remembtr? How your feet Weutcnnaie crin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 May 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. MAY 20 1875 r t (A LI THE PLYMOUTH PEOPLE. PRAYERS AND PECULATIONS ON tue scandal. FRIDAY NIOnT's ATI R ACTIONS IN MR. BEFXHER'g LUCTURE ROOM AN INDIGNANT FOLLOWER'S OPINION OF THE NEW YORK &CN AND IIENRT C. B JWEN AND MR. ESECUBR'h DENTWT A MEETING WHICH BEGAN IN QLOOX AND ENDED RIGHT MERRILY. ' The New York Sun of Saturday reports the Friday night's prayer meeting at Plymouth Church, a3 follows: Mr. Beecber was lata to prayers Ust evening, .Cacd when Thomas Q. Shearman entered the lecture room with hi handkerchief in his hand, and saw no pastor in ftia velvet-cushioned arm chair, and n flowers on the table, be uneasily looked around for Brother Ualliday, whose illness continnes.and then hurried out Soon the geraniums and roses were put on the table, but Mr. Beecber did not follow until five minutes after his usual time. While the great tnrocg were awaiting him, the brrturtu UlkeJ atout Brother Bowen's testimony, and ihe shocking way...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 May 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. MAT 20 1875. A. C A. B, ID Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers : t We respectfully ask your Imme ölate attention to the best selected took of Dry Goods, Notions and Mil ioery ever brought lotnls City. Evolving our individual attention to t.uving in Now York, we have Soured a line of Silke. Black Goods. Dress Good3. Dometlos, Woolens Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens. Blankets, Comforts, notions and MilUnery at euch rates and on such terras as enables us to ofir the lowest prices known Bincel862. Ourpriocs are alike to all. and Grangers as well as otncrs will find at no other house more attractive goods or lower prices. X:. S. AY"ÄB3 3c CO., TRADE PALACE. ATTTEXTI. New Tendon and p.Hitity Law. Claim lue almost every Soldie or hi heir. Have your right, e-an.iiu.-J und the late laws. .No fci or char-, unksi successful. The new Ur includes thousands who are getting no ension. or are entitled ti bounty. Bcfi.iie collected, new Oix-hargw cbt..mcd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 May 1875

gje jiMiii plate ' BmitnA ". ; J V 0 V TOL. XXIV-NO. 40. THE SHIP WRECK ED SCHILLER THE STORY OF A SWAMPED STEAMER. EXPERIENCES OF EYE WITNESSED AN INAUSPICIOUS START A STORM Y VOTAOK CROCKERY ANDGLASSWARK ALL BROKEN BEFOFE THE FCILLY WA8 STRUCK "WASHED FROM THE WRECK INTO IHK SEA BODIES RKCOVEIIED BURIED ON THE ISLAND WITH IMPRESSIVE CEREMONIES. Of all sad words of tongue the maddest sie of shipwrecks. There is something that thrills with terror the boldest and bravest at the mere mention of a steamship swaaiping atsoa. The strongest are as helpless as babes In sach scenes, sometimes, whib the weakest are strongest. The awXulaess of such a situation can be appreciated ouly by being experienced. Tougue and pen th?n utterly fail to adequately describe the emotions of the soul. These reflections are the result of road in? the subjoined iroai the London papers, ju't received, descriptive of ;the wreck of the Schiller .Silas llexter, a German lrom the United gutes, makes the following s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 May 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY MAY 27.1875 LOWELLS CENTENNIAL ODE. I From the Atlantic, for Jane. I. Who cometh over the bills. Her jrarruents with morning sweet. The dance of a tbousatld rib. Making music before her feet? Her presence ircshenti the air, Hunehlne steals Jlght from her face, Tne leaden foots U-ps of Care Leaps to the tune of her paceFairness of all that is fair, Urace at the heart cf all grace! Hweetner of bat and of ball, Brlnser of life out of naught, Freedom, oh, fairest of all The danghters of Time and Thought. li. he cometh, cometh to-day; Hark 1 hear ye not her tread, Hendlng a thrill through your clay. Under the 6i, there, ye dead, Her champions and chosen ones. Do you not hear, as she comes. The bav of the deep mouthed guns? The gathering buzz of the drums? The bells that called ye to prayer, How wildly they clamor on her, Crying, "Mb e eoraeth! prepare Her to praise and her to honor, That a hundred years ago HcatU red here iu b)oo A and tears Potent se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 May 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY MAY 27 1875, SHEKIFF'S BALLS. SIIEniFFM AI,F.-By virtue of a certlfled copy of decree to me directed, from the clerk of the Hurle r Court of Marion county, Indiana, In a c use wherelu Ingram 1 letcher is plaintiff r.Dd Usofte W. Harlan et al. are defendants, requ.rlu? me to eil the al lou inertia and hcrünailer descrlbel for the parpof o' mklngont of enchof snld lot the am of fonr hunoreti and Ave dollar and 'blrtytdx c?jt, and inteiest from the date of Judgment In ail cause, and the amis as chargeable axainst each of bald lots, I wiU expose at public aale, to the highest bidder, on SATURDAY, tt e 5th day of J ace, A.D. 1875, between the honn of 10 o'clock a. . and 4 o'clock r. x. or wild day, atthe door of the Court Hooe of Mkriin coanty. Indiana, the rents and prortts for a term not exceeding seven years, Ol the following real estate, to-wit. Lots numbered fifty-eight m. f 1 and sixty ,M. In Har.an Jones and . Arden a subdivision oi seventeen ac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 May 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY MAY 27 1875 4 THURSDAY, MAY 27. The democratic legislature cut down fAh salaries of democratic state officers. "Vhy should a democratic council hesitate y cut down the salaries ot republican offl aia? i i' - m President Grant has pardoned Oscar F. Waynwright, convicted of perjury last February. It might be remarked ln;tbls connection hat 03car Is reliably reported to be an ardecl advocate ot the third term theory, barring its application to convicts. xn Seven ctmpanieaot the twenty-second InTaatrv left New Orleans yesterday for their former posts in the north. So it would eem tkat üove-eyed peace is brooding over the Cnraceut Cty. Bat there is no election immlEent tbore in which the administration' H Interested. Ttose eminently pure papers, the Herald, Pecple, and Cincinnati Enquirer, were greatly s aocked by the publication ot the charges against the management ot the Dear and Dumb Institution. The immorality of the matter was tco much for their...

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