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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 August 1875

lliillll r4 rr? 9 A DASH AT DELANOWILLIAM WELSH'S LETTER. -ADDRESS TO TUB PRESIDENT BY TUB CHAIR U&VftV THE LATE BOARD CF IX DI AN COM MISSIONERS A LIBELOUS ATTACK AT TRIBCTED TO THl I.NTE11IOR DEPARTMENT WALKER DEFENDED AND DELANO SHARPLY CRITICIZED. The following is the open letter from Wil liam Welsh, of Philadelphia, to the presic t rniLADELPmi, Aug, 11, 1S7Ö. To the ITesldont of the United states: Dear Sir I invito your attention to an overt act by your representatives at the heal ot the uepartment or the Interior, which, with its attendant circumstance?, reveals the lamentable moral condition of that department and demands prompt action by you. I refer to a libelous attack oa Mr. Spinnet Walker, tbo confidential clerk of ycur original board of Indian commissioners on account of omcial servicas performed by him in detecting and exposiog -frauds under the authority and direction ot that board. This libel, I have good reason to believe, wa3 concocted and published by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 August 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, AUGUST 191875 a rr.EAM or fair t.ve vthfu. .V .IAMK1 MACRH'E TIMHININ. From Harper s Magazine for Sartember A strange wild being, half goat, half manWhile past him the plover and dunlin rlew, Ana over his h ofa tha tiver waves ranBlew oa a reed, and blew and blew The one Monotonous tune tha he knsw. And a wind came out of the dnskT South, rallinsr the roses with a mellow s I 'lb a .itle-call from a lover's mouin. And the rose, the red rose, sweetly enough, Bowed tn acknowledgment thereor. And out of tbe South with the wind there new Mot Kin horrtn that drifted low, AmiVmnixKl by ihe river where tall tree grew. And wl.Vr- blight willow wvd to ana iro O'er the liest of a teal In the nags below. Mno8t a smile on the river's face In the kiss of ripples the lily slept ; And here and i here In the liquid Bpace, Where great brown turtles lazily crept, In shoais tue glittering sun-perch leapt. Its hmMfni nest. "ön the-wave, of the south wuid rocked and I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 August 1875

"is THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TIIUESDAYAUGUST 19 1875. . - r r X 1 I MOF.GAN OF PANAMA. BT JOAQ.CIX 3IIX.I.-n. Lik l!otr and snowy, W:it- y r'-'--Old Mo.gu looped hliu?d aud p.uso Within hi -abm-loor. HefMt Hit gi--'. arms out without dolau. Then leaned o'er Ina; stood br side time, tLn turned aod Mroda the floor, Stopped short, brealhtd sharp, threw wide the dor, "Then gaied beyond the murky tide. He to.k fcisbeard In bis bard hand, Then "lowly hook his grizzled her d And tremb ed, but no word belaid. His thought was something more tuan pain , I'pon the vas, upon the laud. He Knew tt should not rest again. He turned to her; but then once more Onick turned, and through the oaken door He sudden pointed to the west. His eye returned Us old command. The conversation of his hand, Jt was eno-gh: she knew the reft. He turn- , he .looped, he smoothed her hair, As if to Mio.;lh a ay tbi care From h s K.eil hour;, with his left hand. His rigS' i.-d h'tchl the pistol wund That du u. v i at h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 August 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. AUGUST 19 1875 THURSDAY, AUG. 19. Edwin Booth seems to be a man marked out for mislortune. In youth, he suffered through tbe vices cf fci3 father, whose talents be inherited, while a younger brother proved teir to his ungoverned passions, lie won tame and fortune early in life, only to be driven from the stage by the iraac rritnA and tracic death of that brother. He returned alter a time and took up his profession with renewed ambi-j tion, putting all his fortune into a model theater. The effort to exalt dramatic rep-j reseotation failed, and he was chagrined to find himself criticised for the poverty of his appointments and tbe wretched quality ol his company, and finally bad to yield to bankruptcy of fortune aftej narrowly escaping a bankruptcy of lame In debt and ill health he was about setting out anew in the world, young enough to retrieve his reputation and recover his wealth. He was lull of dramatic projects, studying Dew characters and te...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 August 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. AUGUST 19 1875 No enlieted man having any regard for Iii personal appearance would wear the un Kainly fitting trousers and ccaU which wenthrown to him as it he were a do?. Tnero fore they re compelled to expend at leat CO per cent, of their email pay to have their clothes relltted, and when the work oi makingover is completed, they have probably acquired a blouse or latlgue ccat through which feathers might be blown, and not the stout stuff that the samples call for. This drawback is not confined to the woolen aud linen clothing alone. The ehoe?, wl.icb have always been miserably constructed on the score of fit, have at times been Eobad as to scarcely survive two weeks' wear. Complaints ol this kind were made at the barracks of tbH city some time ago, but no attempt was mide to remedy tbem, and neither were the expostulations of the commanding officer concerning the quality of the clothing heeded; but, on the contrary, he was assured, in the face...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 August 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, THURSDAY AUGUST 19 1875 6 AKATIOS-STtST. UV JOUN OYLE O'REILLY. I Um! h 'he OVonuell Centennial, in BsUm. 1 ' on AUUt ti, N-- ktbgl r-xeshave inaraed tue planet saa-B-P'sainps n strength lo buist the aios" Ti...bnl of empire gives crown upemslV. is her, b.r where U Macedon? v?;!u llv.s mal.e G.tt-ce aud Uom? eternal, a.VA iUud L f me mlht salely ret on Out. llt;e te'. and text are'dtawn from NaturrV . r.Mkia-balf the rounded earth in .'lives the solemn truth are iei .. -kJ T ana fnatnl, every clod is oreeuiuz. Viw-tv il e-lootMiiali to reach me eye; so ÄnÄ btwlS u raau thmjj . leadjoaTrie gineuüon cr-rcp their course an J uc H.,-:.-s the lands, and doomed ami l the race. T.ia t ve no ai.swer to tuns ro? at test T V r to-üoe trib s w ill dioop ignoble laces, riV:!';h n J.it.v takes ihj-m buck tor;. A v ir.m-:to-iy may not be evil. , t;.(,i Ugtu itll-mLcan not e gone. , v , - . mil r.av beauty but the iei N il u 11 r a tb adWs and a stasnl brood. I hi in- T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 August 1875

t "TUR CNDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. AUGUST 19 1875 BUNTED DOWN LIKE "WOLVES SHOOTING KttC'APED CONVICTS. THEOLORADO DI?SPEnADOE BETBAYF.D AM EMRAPPKD-1W0 ARC SHOT DOWN Fr. .H AN AMECSH tCAPK OF TUE THIRD. The Denver News gives th feil. details ol au iueident alteaJy reported by telegraph: A telegram from Monument, en the- Denver and Rio GmdiIs r.iil?y, yesterday noon, stated tbat Even E. Ut, William Wilder, and Henry Leihton, u. escaped prisoners, Had been sarj;ri.-ed FiicU eight, twelve mi:es west or thst place, by D?pnty Shenö Wilcox's and Sberill Lu od y 's pose, and two of them killed and the third one badly, it not mortally, wounded. This report, which underwent a variety of phases and changes in the course of the afternoon wan not entirely confirmed until about 7 o'clock In the evening, when a wajpm containing the dead bodies of II all and Laighton. fttopped In front of the undertaking establishment of Rogers & Brown, ou Larimer street. The wagon fad come, with...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 August 1875

... . THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY AUGUST 19 1875 8 A- C -A. R D Trade Palace, Oct. 7. datroTDÄor Notions0 B v aWinyg our individual attention ijygiviiJ N York, we nav lu;;,r2d a liSor Silk. Black o" Ä Ml.un.ry ai euch n ciiphtßras as cnauies ua ht prices known Eince 1862, Our prlecsare alike to a., . a Oranger. uSHi house will find at no other house mortaitraetive goods or lower Xj. S- & CO., tbadk palace. WEEKLY BUS1NKAS REVIEW. MONEY MATTEP.S. . i-oS moy mifHtt .meats in iffid to the a a.nl amount of currency in circulator, owandt.u3c,ro,ll,e oik la l.in ..v.s the r:dlowhiE correct t.3"rej: Oath'Wot n, tr, 13 there were: Plain Legal Teoders aud Frac. I nr......... M-Jnt..-besinns; 2"-'.'Ul .National Bank Note - - ;tUaru stale oo - " ' Total enrr.-ney October SI. Iii 1.2 0,1 j- ruMif leb statement L.r.1 tender not 09 "''li'.'i.M Krae local r''--":";!" 8i.Nlfc.4iB , . t Hti aud liquidating bsnK tili fircutaüog,esUuA.vd Je tat circulation July J. 1S73 742,110,317...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 August 1875

INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY AUGUST 2631375 VOL. XXIV-NO. 53. Wf I r"VT T-l . . . . . Tv A BUTTERFLY . T Mir.CIA SJtlTH. lln HarpefS Magazine for September .1 So tboa wast made to hosh thy perfect wins Upon raid urns and shape of dim decay. Tu tvnifv U aaan Immortal thine I'-eyond the drearawg of a summer day. Fair l'iyche's Ion, which Love did once impress I üd anatcit from thee. Slight creature of an hour. The grace that is thy dower, To synibolUe to time her bright eternity. -v.. ihnnuitnbMiwith that diviner past Thou tafcM from polden years thy curving flight ; From eider gods and fingers sau inon nasi. A lot M-enred to u ornlugs out of bight. Ami yet to-day, la tnis delicious air, This sankght rare. From bloom to blooia A rival blossom skimming, 'in awmiiiMh overbiimiuiu2. Who now would mate with thee the insignia of the tombr Kather, an emblem fitter far thou art Of life dwodr deep amid the moment s bliss. Kine sen.se, line s ,ul, athrill on beauty's he-art, Nor breathing save at to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 August 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, THURSDAY AUGUST 2G 1875 INDIANAS hEXATOlW. Mcdonald vs. mop.to:; III OHIO. Fu'l tozt of Senator McDonald's Speech in response to Morton in Urbana. AN ABL1" ARGUMENT. Ill K TRIE THLORY OF OUR OOVIEXMKST THB IIKLA1I N OK PARTIES TO EACH OTHER AND TO THE PEOPLE OF Til E NATION SENATOR Morton's siiiFriNu positions shown i:P hO THAT HE HAD BETTER DEVOTE HI TIME AM) TALENT TO ANBWERINO HIS OWN AROCMENT3. Fellow Citizens: Tu accepting the invitation extended by tte chairman of your State Central Committee to address the citlZ9DS ct this state during this canvass, I was actuated by two mo tlvt-s. One waa that this is my native 6tatc, and in coming backagaln to Ohio, I eiuiply planted my foot once more upon my native heath. I Applause. Tl:e other Avas tha? I recognizs in this content now going on, a political contest not circumscribed by state line?, bus one of national Importance. "You are eDg9ged, my fellow citizens, in fighting the, inUal buttle oi the great ce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 August 1875

THE INDIANA TATF SFNTINEL THTmspAYAU OTTST 9r 1 - HOME AND FARM. Underlain lands that retain water beginning with the wettest, and one field or portion at a time. Shallow culture Is the great delect of Ameri;aa farcing. Subsoil, if possible; but each year plow a little deeper. Prefer a small larm without debt to a large one with. It Tbere will always be land for purchase when you have earned money to buy it. Pot the same amount of good brain-work into farming as other professions and business pursuit and It will pay as well as any of them. A medicine-man, also a farmer, said: Give your cew born Jambs a teaspoonful of castor oillnalltilo milk, and it will clflinse the bowels and save many. And Mr. Mechi addä: So I found it. In the recent report, Trcf . Riley the state Entomologist, estimates the damages to the Stiteof Missouri, from the ravages ol the ebinch-bus In 1S74, In the ftaple crops of corn, whiat and oats, at nmeinen mumm dollars! Salt must be furnished to all animals regula...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 August 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. AUGUST 2G 1875 THURSDAY, AUG TUB Kentlnel. A new policy in the conduct of the Sentinel, as ft consequence of the change of ownership lately announced, has been expected. This policy may be generally stated In the declaration that the political principles advocated in it3 columns will be, tn the future, thoroughly and distinctly Democratic. There has occurred nothing in the political history of the country that in any -way impairs tho value of tfc record that tbt Democratic party has made, in its strict adherence to the fundamental principles tb-3 1 underlie the folitical constitution ol the cation. These principles have at times been violated in their misapplication and ia the temporary success of ei verse parties. Results inimical to the public cood hav3, of course, naturally followed. Cut thero haa always appeared a conservative virtue in the source of sovereignty, corrective in its en roj compelling a return to safer folicy, These errors were ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 August 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. AUGUST 2G 1875 WHITES AND ELACKS. BOTH BADLY FRIGHTENED. THE GEOROIA PLOT CHAR CTER OP THE LEADERS MO KKW MAJOR OEJ.EP.AL PRIUCE B-VEHS AS ISTKK ' "W WITH HIMi The Atlauta Herald has the following letter from tbe disturbed region: I found this peaceful city quieting down from a great ferment. Her military very naturally desired to respond, in organized force, to tbe call of their neighbors for help, nd when Got. Smith declined to say ro, they were excited and somewhat angry about it. 8usequent events and their own calmer judgment, however, justified the governor's COUrse. He doubtlesse did not wish to order any force to the Held unless under call of the location endangered, and as no such call was sent t bim, be thought it most prude njt to withttld the order. In this, as in other thing", he his shown an equilibrium io the midst of excitement, a sound Judgment, and a wisdom for which the people of Georgia will esteem tim ever more highly. Kepairi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 August 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THUltSDAY. AUGUST 2G 1875 gyp tu:, ilaua j0ll1vkk. tnScriber'a for September. . M I.-n litt le (' ypTte, ond e' . ...Tr ..mall voice, moat Miverj 1 Arb.rt.toikimirj. Thor, tin ma ibbw. . - - . h eiit,rrs. lie MurseoM iiisiu7' " i ifsteuea oeulad the dec! H I VI p I i - An ft.ci-.-it Iiis wort did little OypTle. nd to to me br.glu felestUl LkojI. "lltrM with hi waic to fcUml. hU Vi:r. -c so vii V i hard. v'.rt-vr verv f'tl of li'tle tiypTie: An prayed no hard V' V..". . ' vrn- ad did liUie Gyp Tte. Vrri wired rarliom his almond eye, u-n-n t 2wr -proas were wo. en war n' t& cr drawer where they alwaj s ! i . i.'amu uu'fd safely in a Wie io ul r.r.t no more lik- Utile Uyr.T'.e: TI1K L'JSK ska. bii:i. r.i Mr. t . n. . ioneomesa-ßnlJ. mating Lr " Ovriheocean'ie waste, J jmlt-HS and viae thy wandering aie, n,r ever vainly IttfltiDff TMtVhcre i tSy niate. aud where thy not.. ""-Ixt wintry ea and wintry t-ky. vio the ken air will, thy breast, r.iou all...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 August 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTltfELTHURSDAY. AUGUST 20 191 5 A HOWLING PANDEMONIUM. PAY DAY AT THE COAL MIN CS. FIIT WAGES AFTEK TIIK PTlÄKE THE LEHIGH REGION WILD WITH DRINK A NIQHT OF MURDEE AM RIOT ÜURDEK OF A MAOISTKATtt. A correspondent et the New York Times thus wxi'.ea of tbe scenes about Pot tsville last Saturday night: That part of the Schuylkill coal district locally known as North ol the Moantain" adistiict embracing tbe Mahanoy coal-field was the scene of a perfect saturnalia last cieht, throughout tbe entire length and breadth of it. Tester day was pay-day at most of the collieries in the districtthe first pay day of any im portsnce since last December. The first considerable money eince the long strike was paid cut to the miners, and it was bat natural to expect that after all their pro testations that tbe long-suffering Btore-koep ers should ba paid "oat of their first earn in cs," toe whole or at least the greater part Of it wnld at once und its way into tbe mer chant' tills...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 August 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SE NT LTEL. THURSDAY AUGUST 26 18?5 8 tvr, per poauu AKTIOLXi. Rraa. to raj tarier. Wusheia.... .0! ftuU UJio- .A. C AED Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers: We reaoectfullv ask your imme t lata attention to the best selected trink ofDrv Goods. HotiODS and lüliinerv ever brought to this city, j By aivina our individual attention Ootton.baieaj v i . i uattla. head... to buying in rxew xorK.wuj a" üoVnmeal. barrels secured a line or öiikb, üiauiv Goods Dress Goods. Dometics, Wnnlens. Flannels. Shawls. Table t 4nns "Blankets. Comforts. No tions and Llillinery at such rates th nn suchterms as enables us to nffai the lowest tjrices known EinoelS62, Our priecs are aliko to 11, and Grangers as well as otn--t will find at no other house mnre attractive aoods or, lower pUces. Xi. S. AYUE3 &c CO., ap. cwt::, nr., 12l5o : od,, bicarb pot- pc.ind, 0990; ulte, epsom. .rc: nun. uaiTBiki. raw tvov NT UUUUUl -w 1 -1 - . . , kM rnÄBTlJinafl. Garrett's, per case...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 September 1875

mm w i ii VOL. XXV-NO. 2. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1875 WHOLE miBEIU,Ö15 I GREENBACKS. Mr. Pendleton i3 Interrogated Public, and gets in some Good "Work on the Radicals. in THE TRUE INWARD! ESS OF IT. a statement of the situation that can but ee comprehended by all who can bead, and reflect, and reason upon the condition of the country and the cacst: thereof. The "Hon. George II. Pondleton delivered an able address la the Ohio campaign at Warret, Saturday. He elaborated an inTincible argument on the financial question, and concluded as follows, in answer to interrofjatorles by a gentleman named Peck: 'And now, mr friends, I submit to yon whether I have not made gooa my assertion that there bas been codatant, grinding contraction of the currency?" Just here a respectable looking, middle aed gentleman, who announced himself as Mr. Peck, ot Ashtabula county, rose and eaid: 'Mr. Pendleton, will you answer me a question?" "I will Ii I can," promptly responded Mr. Pendleton. Mr....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 September 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1875, 2 1) r.AKIN1 BANKS. A ciiAsn in California. Gold Found to Against ba no Panics. Security TRAGIC DEATH OF RALSTON TWO MORE CLOSED DOORS. EFFFCr OF TUB FALL CF THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA fcU-PKN&ION OF TIIK NATIONAL OLD BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, AND TIIK MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE BA5K-RUX9 ON BAN KS EXCITEMENT San Francisco, Cal., Aug. 27. The National Gold Bank r.nd Truit Go. sent ia the following: notice lor publication ia the morning papeis: In consequence cf the panic and the ia liosa.bility ol obtaining din, the National Gold Bank and Trut Cp. will close urtll further notice. Tho bank hai Jl.CCO.COO over and above all its liabilities, avi 3? soon as tho ein cm be obU'.no-J will rtsame bu!n:3s usual. In tho m?an!rue, any re.i-.tor desiring cn havo good aeli oi tho batik to the aaicur-t of bis claim. , ;3i Henry L Puis, " ' J Prudent. TL Merchant' Exchange Bank closed its doers this morning. 'h-j iiirectoM La-o prepared tLo foll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 September 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 1875 COMUUMCATIOSS. i;;6.-is;o. U ROUSING APrEAL. -rnv. rfNTEtSIAL-WHAT W1LI, IXDTAA EX HIEIT?-WILL BUB JiEüLtCT MET; GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO DlSrhAY HE!: RESOURCES TO IBB -VORUD? To the Editor of tbe Sentinel: Sm:-This question ia becoming of quite sarictn import. Only eight months remain lor all the necessary preparations, and these include cot merely the preparation of articles for display, tut all the details of arrangement which Trtll secure the proper allotmentor space to uo p.- ..v. All but three of the nations of the eartt have accepted the invitations ext nded by congress throcgh the president, have appointed commissioner and already have very thins well in progress. Of these three, Russia explains that the report of the lenna Exposition is not yet published and that the time elapsed since then will not jO'tlfv the great expenditure of money and effort which euch an exhibition involves to that government, whose trade relations w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 September 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2 187fi THURSDvY, SEPTEMBER 2. The government will sell lour millions c gold lor greenbacks next month. So thl currency is rftertlrely worthless. The Journal moui to bo weakening on the financial question, and devoting ita chief strength in wrestling with the Pope. The Government bonds held by the mil lionaire are seduousiy guarded by the Eo publican party, nad the Interest !s paid in gold, but the bonds held by thd people the greenbacks, uron which the people ask no interest, is dcr1d a? filthy rag. PL m Doea the Journal invite a retrospect of the history of the Democratic party's interest in and '.etiolation in favor of, the common achocls ot Indiana? If bo, it will afford the Sentinel a fine opportunity to do some his torical writing that will be very congenial and also point a paragraph about the con sistencyot favoring non-negotiable bends am! opposine an irredeemable currency. Centennial. It La greatly to b3 feared that much of th...

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