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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 October 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THÜRS DAY OCTOBER 7 1875 aame races on similar business. Neither the judicious exercise ot power nor the more discreet policy of Justice and fair dealing ha relieved the nation from the horrors of barbaric massacre. It In astonishing, it la mortifying and disgraceful. No other civilized people over contended so unuccessfdllj with barbarous races. Step across the invisible line which separates the United States from British America, and no such condition of hostility is found. There are no quarrels, fights, murders and atrocities between the Northern redskins and the subjects ot the Dominion. There all is quiet, safety prevails. Come back to the American side and every day brings rumors of alarms, outrages and crimes. Explanations of this condition may be given, but not apologies. No justification can be offered lor a chronic state of hostilities with a few thousand of almost helpless wild savages. It does rot matter to discus here what should be done, wha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 October 1875

' THE IISIUAS A STATE SENTINEL" T HU USD AY; OCTOBER T1875"" 6 TUE EXPOSITION VIRTUALLY AT AN END FOR '75 TUK GOINGS-ON WEDNESDAY AT THE "FAIR. A, rROFlTABLW ATTKNDANCE IN PPTTK OK ADVERHK CIRCUMSTANCES UT OP PRf MH'MH AWARDED THK RACKS AMOKO THK MaRBLK, trCOVL, ÜTC.-PBOOBAMMB VOU TODAT. . nnrinn w.ineso,av there tnu&t have been between twelve and fifteen thousand people on the grounds pob'.y more. Some said there was a greater cumber in attendance than upon the corresponding day last year, but this is probably not correct. There was a good solid crowd out there yesterdav.In other words, a "paying house." The receipts must have been very gratifying Indeed to the management. The day was a bufy one among tbe judges, or committeemen, of tbe several department", although they got to work late in the morning, and caused soma grumbling among exhibitors by reason tbereor. When they did get at it there was generally a disposition to push things along in a business like manner. B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 October 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TH UllSDAYOCTOBi?B 7 1875 ANTIPODES. or. Bs lovrt all abadowy spot. 11 iuoni drear; AU wayaof darsneas innd bin gbas'ly wlm ; Buracge fei ovrabips he bed with gobuns At wlix-e demoniac ej ea be felt no fear. On midnight through deme branches lie would peer. To watch Ihe psle ghoul feed, by tombstone dim: The appalling forma Of phatoma walked with hioi. And murder breathed Its red guilt In bis ear. By denotata path of dream, where fancy 'a owl tie nt long lugubrious hoota through aomoer air. Amid thought's gloomiest caves he went to prowl. And met delirium In her awful lair, And mingled wlti cold shapes that writhe or SCOWl Serpenu of horror, black: bata of despair ! WHITTIKK. Frrih a on breezy sea the ascendant day. And bright as on thick: dewa ita radiant trace ; Pure as tbaamila on tome babe's dreaming face; Hopeful as meadows at the breath of May. One loftiest al-n hi melodies obey, Liku downward larks in roseate deepa of spac i Whi.e that large revere...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 October 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY; OCTOBER 7 1870 8 A- O ABD Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers : We respectfully ask your Imme diate attention to the best selected Lr nfnrv floods. Uotlona and iLTiin nrv ver broucht to this city. By giving our Individual attention to buying in New York, we hav o r.y 1 1 -rp rl n lino of Silke. BlacK Dress Goods. Dometlcs, Shawls. Table Linens, Blankets, Comforts, IIotirtnaand Millinery at euch rates nn cnh tmms an cnablos us frT the lowest Drlces known Oinca 1802. Our prices are nllko to as oth.til. and oranaera es wen will find -tno other house more attrastiv goods or prices. T. S. AY"RE3 &s lower CO. " FINANCE AND BUSINESS WEEKLY BUSINESS REVIEW. FALL TRADE. The money market presents no new features whatever beyond the fact of blgh premiums oa gold. All classes of traders are airlctly conservative. The universal motto Is, "Take no risk?," and were it possible to suspend tbe entire systems of credit?", majority would be gla...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 October 1875

THE INDIANA S TATE SENTINEL SUPPLEMENT SPEECH OF THE HON. FRANKLIN LANDERS. SPEECH OF Til E3 EON. FRANKLIN LANDERS, DELJV2KF.U AT Cincinnati, O., Oct. 8, 1875. Fellow Citizens: In accepting the lnvitatien of your State Central Committee to participate In the political canvass Id which yon are engaged. I am ajife In pledging yon the wainv earnest sympathies of the democracy of Indiana' and their eager hopes that In so noble and Sood a cause yoa will triumph at the polls. In ee 1, so general i9 this Interest In your strugglethat 1 have been induced to accept this lavitatlon more through the solicitation and Influence of business republicans of ray own state, than . from almost any other prompting. Comprehending the dangers and disaster of their own partltan ascendancy, now sold and pledged to the bullionists of the country as gainst me interests ui me l'i'i . lectins' and sagacious republican, as with ns In oar elections, will go further and aid you In achieving the -access which, I t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 October 1875

SUPPLEMErJT-"GPEECH OF THE HON. D. W. VOORHEES. SPEECH OF THE HON. D. W. VOORHEES, DELIVKHED AT LOYELAND, OHIO. OCT. 4. 1875. THE SPEECH OF MR. VOORHEES. Fllow-Citizkn9 of Oh io-The history of your state present many important political con testa, but none bo Important as this. The present contest la also peculiar. It is peculiar In the fact that the republican party, having tendered an issue on the financial policy or the govern ment, has since songht to escape from it discus sion. The leaders, Sliding themselves beaten la argument and deprivel of the tympathles and support of the people, have endeavored to create an Issue of religious intolerance, ine iouu denunciation of the Catholic Church, and its ten denciesii only for the purpose of d.vertlng the public mind from the financial Issue, on which their defeat is certain, and Indeed con fred. The measure introduced into the last legislature f Ohio by Mr. Oeuhaa, and now generally known by his name. Is one which nofrleud of religio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 October 1875

"1 I ' vr? y INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY OCTOBER 14 1875 WHOLE NUMBER 1,821 VOL. XXV NO. 8. ri V IM. V. C. UNIVERSITY. The twenty-Irst session of this tp"0? will open tae new balttfimr, in Icvirr c ton, on the lita of Hepmber next. or completeness oi outfit and perfest ad ptation to the wants or a school, this batldlng baa ne superior. It wlao eomm"JaU5WHuaenU. tteveral ffP?'" tant additions nave been tnale to t,?"" and the soarse of study are adapted to a 1 radesof .tadents above the 7""YkEk& -fjxiwiim address O. E. HOLLiKrs fcrAlv, kr?o: A? iiURUESS, President, Indianapolis. Indiana. . THE ELECTIONS. TUB STATE OF OIIIO IN DOUBT. THB REPUBLICANS CLAIM HER. Thollcvjority Small, Probably Not Over 6,000. Iowa and Nebraska Carried by the Republicans with Increased Majorities. STILL. ROOM FOR HOPE IN OIIIO. FIRST DUFATCH REPUBLICAN GAINS IN THB NORTH. Coluxbvs, O., Oct. 12, 8:15 r. m. Returns from 45 preeinsts, roainly from the northern portion of the Btate, show a republican gai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 October 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14 1875 SELF-SACRIFICE. Notice to Non-Resident. Notice to Non-Resident. Notice to Non-Besident. Notice to Non-Resident. SALE FOR STREET IMPROVEMENT. TUE HISTORY OF SUICIDE. WHERE TAB ACT HAS EEK5 KSCOUaAUI'D. AND WHERE FROWNED UPON 30ME OF TICK OLD LAWS AND THE SEW IS RELATION TO FELO DE 6B. Tee New York Son reports a paper rend befora the New York Medio L3al Society by R. S. Garnsey on the pönal laws relating toaui:idein ancient and modsrn time-: After defining the dlffjrence between the two classes of suicides recognized'.by the law, the author took up the history of suicide sod the laws bearing upon it In different ages and different countries. Tbe Mosaic law contains no penalty for lelo de He. The first suicides mentioned in the Old Testament were those of Saal sad his nrmor bearer. Sanuson'a death can hardly be called a suicide. Josephus says that n -Jude a tbe bjdy ot the man who bad taken his own life was not buried till after suns...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 October 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THUUSDAYrOCTOBER141&75.- MIS3 SHOTWELIa STORY. JL BattUn Romance of the Social and Political Life of thoDay. THE TALE THE HEROINE TELLS. DESERTED BT HER NOMINAL nUSBAXD AND KOBBED BT HU FRIENDS WASHINGTON LOBBYISTS, SEAL LOCKS AND B1LOB POMFS. The New York Sua says: That when the committee on crime assembled yesterday Mr. Townsend asked lor an attachment lor James O. Kelso. The ex-superintendent of police subsequently appeared, and Mr. Townsend withdrew hla ieqaeat. Mrs. Carlotta Frances Koddy was the first witness. She was attired in black, and wore a light felt hat and feather. She testlflPd : I am the wife of Qen. Roddy, and was ribbed in 1872 in goinic from New York to Chicago. In that year Oen. Koddy, being about to start for Europe, Introduced ui9 to F. W. Brooks, with whom he bad maintained balnea relatious. During the months of October and November 1 met Brooks frequently in th? Fifth Avenue Hotel, where 1 talked with him about the auto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 October 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. OCTOBER 14 1875 -vi THURSDAY, OCTOBER H. Tb El ration Krlurn frxn Ohio. When It ia considered bow deep an interest the whole country has taken ia the contest which terminated in Ohio yesterday, it is surprising how very meagre the retarns re which have been received up to the hour of going to prssa. It will b seen thai the Republicans have made some heavy ains in the cities, when it waa given out in advance that effort and plans were being devised to thwart the will of the people by fraud. However, ltd general summing up of the returns thus far are not favorable to the ie-eioction Gl Mr. Allen. The full returns from the Interior counties and township may yet change ILO general aspect, and still give the victory to Mr. Allen. It is authoritatively announced that the Hon. M. C. Kerr will be a candidate lor speaker oi the next House. Up to this time it was understood that ho would be, bat nothing dinnite was sld by that gen tleman He now makes the a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 October 1875

i mm it rm f-rrrr-tftn- 1 r ri; """""'V":;":'".TT' T V - THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY OCTOBER 14 1875 - ; : ' . - 5 fa , ' I v -- " . -' J -' - . -, . , ' ii n i i ' ip. i i . - i i - m ... f i marked ability aa managing editor of an In auranec company, but LLi auccesa aa a Chi ago Journalist i- problematical. Massachusetts met with a misfortune yesterday. Genoral Bartiett declined the democratic nomination for lleotenant-zovernor. II was one of the best men in tbe tat and would surely bave been elected. The piano manufacturers are bringing their blandishments to bear on Titjlens to ecnre her endorsement of their pianos. If there is anything in working tbe wires all of thjin will be accommodated as usual. Marshal Macilahon manages to eke out a miserable existence on f 193,000 per annum. If there is anything lelt alter oar owu poor president la provided for, a little of tbe nation's bounty might be bestowed on Mac. "The Two Orphans" that McKee Ilankln Msumwl the guardianship ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 October 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. OCTOBER 14 1875 SISTER AND LOVER. BV r. W. BOURDILLON. . . IFrom llarper'a for October Look not. linger not. If you see Urion in the wood la waiting for roe. II will stand by toe stem of the oak tree oil, W here flxst bU lovo la my ear be loid. Rhe charged roe thus, and I gave my WOf iI.lsten! wn that hurcoürtep stirred? Yet I fain would iw bat bli figure aim, 0T l know ttiti will crave lor news ot kim. Look nt, linger cot. If perch Anee He sho!d turn to you scnrlons glance; For in the twilight of thickest . Ä Ue will think aay nialdea torm is Klne. Before lie saw me I promised to flee Look, be Is etsviding beneatti the tree ; Bat would she be glad If l came ay W Uli naught cf her love's fair fsco to Miy T Look not, linger not, ir he py And chase you, peedy off,nAeJfe:h. tr(ip. For whn too tum from the shade of the treep, lie will grtve that it be not Tay face he sees. And haply now H the time to flee ; ' ttee, he has turned and Is coming to me! ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 October 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY OCTOBER 14 1875 TAN IN BH ARCH OF A SECOND WIFE. BT HIS FIRST M OT H I R-IN-LAW. His majesty, Bitan, cne morning awoke. And lound that his wir was dead ; Menaid to blms If. "This In really no Joke, My household requires a head ; The defunct, here below, was a marvel of worth ; 1 must seek h.r t accessor, above, on the earth. "She mnet be witty and nimble of tongue, Shrewd as the snrewdeu of men, A beauty, of coarse with me that means young Homewhere betwe-n twenty and ten; For 1 would be loved for myself alone. And not fr my dark Stanic throne. " Bat far more Important than beauty or youth, Though of course I want those as well. Are the virtuts of Innocence, candor and truth; Forthongh people ipeak evil of Hell, There are duties attached to Its leading position. And the wife of it prince must dtfy all suspicion." fcjotbe Devil et forth on hla conjugal quest Of a queen for the realras below, But he found that he lost his natural rest, And his proe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 October 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. OCTOBER 14 1875 8 A. C AB D Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To tlie Country Readers : . We respectfully ask your immediate attention to the best selected stock of Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery ever brought to this city. By giving our Individual attention to buying in New York, we hav secured a line of Silks. Black Goods Dress Goods. Dometics, Woolens Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery at euch ral3 and on such terms as enables us to offer the lowest prices known Since 1862, Our priecs are alike to ell, and Grangers as well as others will find t no other house more attracts goods or lower prices. Xj. S. JTSTRjTIS 3b CO., TRADE PAIjAOK. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. WEEKLY BUSINESS TtEVIRW. K05KT MATTEM. Legitimate operations in money present -no new features whatever. Tbe working capital of the country lies stagnant as a aamocer pool. Speculators in Wall street hare managed to develop some excitement In stocks and gold by th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 October 1875

llitifti Vt? wV J 7 1(1 lit. III. II! Ill III ! VOL. XXV-NO. 9 TOjUdlE FR031AN. BT K.J. Im M. .usle, I caa not belp the matter, I've tried my best and oan't "forget you," For memory still keeps up a clatter, And ever echoes back to "get you." 1 wish I oou'd.but you are colder. Than that raw day when first I met you, With heart as callous as a bowlderNo, you're a diamond bright, yon pet yon. I've writ about a thousand rhymes, In Tery one of them I've set you In tender phrase and golden lines, Can you forbear, will Cupid let you? Home day 111 weave a gossamer Of brilliant tolls in which I'll net you. Then uulh as the dtw the blossom, or Know Just the reason why, I'll bet you. Indianapolis, Ind. MARRIAGE BELLS. Mr. George C. Pearson, of this c.ty, was joined in holy Vnatrimony to Miss Emma A. Shoemaker, youngest daughter of the lion. J. C. Shoemaker, by the Rev. T. D. Watson at Meridian Street Church last evening. There was a large number of ladies and gentlemen present to witness the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 October 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. OCTOBER 21 1875 2 A NOBLESVILLE MY3TEUY. GEOROE KINSETf's D HATH WAS IT AN ACCIDKXTOR MCKDER THB COBOSEB'S I3QUiaT DEATH FROM CS KNOWN CAUSES. Special Correspondence of the Sentinel ' Noblesville, Ind., Oct. 13. This little city ol ours is greatly perplexed over the death of younjr. George Kinsey, on Thursday afternoon, and entirely unable to make up its mind as to whether the young man came to bis end by accident or design. On the afternoon In question Henry Kinsey and his son George, aged twenty-two years, leit town, the one on foot and the other on horseback, lor their home, abont two miles across the river. Doth "crossed the fctream on the back ol the borne, and ' separated ou the other side, the lather cutting acroMths fields on foot while the son continued his ride along the road. JuBt east of the Kinsey house is the home of a colored family by the name of Richardson. Oa the day before these events, Georg Richardson hid been engaged in a qu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 October 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21 1875. Z?ot the Sentinel. , REUNION . IT IMtlT HiWTHOBintt Onee more again, breve soldiers, stand, A tcarwoin, maimed and veteran baud. Ü rasping in fellowship each band. By link onlilDK all tbla laud A lint Inured by battles dared. More firmly Joined by dangers shared. Though yean nave flown fall half a score, Since clasped these bands in days of Fore; Call back those years, retread onee more Those battle-fields, those days live o'er Which memories to the mind restore, Casting aside Time's misty screen, Painting anew each thrilling soene. O'er hill and gulch or deep ravine. Recount once more the havoc done, When Indiana's stalwart son, When Hoosler lads went marching on. With shot and shell and booming gun, How starry eve or morning un More brightly thone on battles won. Bow, Union colors planted here. Ye rent the air with many a cheer. That banner then so proudly borne Shall never be of glory shorn, Though faded, old and sadly torn Sy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 October 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. OCTOBEK 21 1875 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21. What a jolly crowd the three will bo the president, old Zach and the quart bottle! The treasury department may have fafted, tat tbere la cow no doubt about the interior gepartment making successful seizures of whisky. - Parson Newman thanks the Lord for the victory in Ohio. The Journal should ses to it that this sort of disrespect to Morton la not repeated. Tbere will b no reason now wby the Indiana should not receive a prime article of spirits. The present interior department knows a good thing .in that lire when it sees it. i One is surprised that the president should have admitted a rival to the cabinet. The interior bureau can now drink the executive department under the table without half trylDg i We notice floating around in some of our täte exchanges a paragraph that the Hendricks Club, of this city, at its regular meeting made an open assault upon the Sentinel. This story is unqualifiedly false. t - i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 October 1875

THE INDIANA .STATE SENTINEL THUIISDAY, OCTOBER 21 1875, only answer to be made hitherto baa been, ' We are jet joun and it is beat to wait for I ideas to develop and mature into the best design?. No citizen can ever walk around the beautiful eminence without longing to see the grand opportunity Improved for Illustrating the city and educating its people by some work of sentiment and beauty. There are other places suitable tor a military monument such as is now under contemplation. SaEioe to say, this matter ia now begun and is In good bands, as will soon appear. Bat It la well undtrstood that adyanUge should be taken of a favorable Impulse to public sentiment. Such an impulse was created last week. Xow is the time to increase its momentum Instead of leaving its force to be spent without result. To-morrow the Sentinel will contain a summary of tact and Information npon this subject, setting forth in brief historic descriptions of the chief monuments that mark the events and eras of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 October 1875

6 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21 1875 CITIZEN SOLDIERY. FIGHTING TIIF1B BATTLES O'ER. OLD GAMP MORTON REDIVIVTJS. Memories of a Decade ago Vividly üevived by the Reunion at Camp Morton Yesterday. 1 HE GREAT GALA. DAY. THOUSANDS OK INDIANA. SOLDIERS I TIMES OV WAE, BCT CTTIZZN3 IN TIMES OP PEACE, KRL1SHT THE OLD CAMP FIRBj AM AOAIN BIVOUAC ON TUB FIELD OF FAME. Y68f.erday will serve to muk an epchin the Uvea of oar citizen soldiery. The occa Blon wai the first decade of their return from tbt field of strife to the peaceful pursuits of private citizens. They met in Iraternal greeting and ravived the rcccollectiona of the times wLen they stood shoulder to shoulder and fctraggled for the preservation of the Uaicn intact and inviolate. With the ex . ceptloa-of one or two of the speakers none inc'ined to revive tha annimositles of the war. They ratber preferred to recount the pleasanter phases ol their army life. Many remained away because they feared that tbere would be ...

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