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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 October 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY .ÜUTÜBKliäi 1Ö7Ö smaller design, in Btyle of the modern French Itenalssan ce, covering a space of 4,600 square feet, and with a tower instead oi a dome, the exterior for inemorul purposes, statuary, etc.. and the interior lor historical; supposed coir, $130,C03. Colonel Merrill, chairman of tbe COMMITTEE OX nESOLUTIONS, submitted a serlea with a whereas, returning thanks to the ladies and other people, and the following enunciation oi principles : 1. That we recognize between right and wrong, and between the result of right and wronj, a gulf wide and deep, and impassable m the gulf wblcn parts heaven and hell. 2 That hi oar pilgricu ancestors, our revolutionary fathers, and we, ourselves, stood up in bitter days for right and jastice, we will now hold Ta"t onr bard-won conquests. 3. That we will maintain perft freadom oi religious opinion, a sjstem or free school?, nntrainmaled by sect or party, and the right everywhere of iree speech. 4. 'That t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 October 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THUIISDAY. OCTOBER 21 1875 8 A C A. Ii D. Trad Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers : We respectfully ask your imina dlate attention to the best selected stock of Dry Goods, Notions ano Mil'inery ever Drought to 'his city. By giving our Individual attention to ! uying in New York, we hav secured a line of Silk. Black Goods Dress Goods Dometics, Woolens Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery at such rates and on such terms as enables us to offer the 'owes1 prices known Cinee 1802. Our priecs are alike to all, and Grangers as wel as others will find tno other house more attract goods or lower prices. Xj- S. ATP-E3 &c CO., TRADE PALACE. FINANCE AND BUSlNtt&v WEEKLY BUSINESS REVIEW. M02TKY MATTERS. No new feature of the money market are noted for tba pas', week. Nothing occurred to disturb tha tgnti;n of fiaacees. Money Is easy ia the bank, ani up to this Um9 there has not been much demand fur moving...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 October 1875

lie vr? ttiim VOK XXV NO. 10. YE N X S Y L V A Ji I A. 1'OLIIICS. HENDRICKS AT PHILADELPHIA. Hl3 Campaign Speech In the Key Stone State. AN EXTENDED SYNOPSIS WHT THK OIVRRNMMT CAN NOT RESUMR SPECIE FATMENTS IN 1879 FOREIGN BONDHOLDERS TREATMENT OF THE SODTH CORRUPTION AND EXTRAVAOASCE. Last Friday evening Governor llendrlcks addressed the people of Philadelphia in the interests of the democratic party. The meeting wai held in Concert Hall, under the auspices of the America I Club, a social and political organization of that city . In speaklngof this meeting, on the morning before it was held, the Tlaies, an independent Journal, said: Governor Hendrloi, of Indiana, will dlscus ths political iisus of the day at Concert Hall this evening, under the auspices of the Amerlcus Club. Helaoneof the lew-men of tbe present whose ability and dignity recall tbe better days of our statesmanship, aud tbouKauds will regret their Inability to gt inside the large hall to bear him. AT CONCERT II ALL. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 October 1875

2 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28 1875 THE WAGES OP SIN. A SHAMELESS LIFE A SUICIDE'S DEATH. A DESPERATE LOVER BLOWS HIS BRAINS OUT A. FOKTCSH 8 FTC NT AND A UKK WASTED ON A WANTON WOMAN. The New Tork Herald of Wednesday tells the end story wltt yariations: Charles Re vere, a well-known b porting character, shot "tad killed himself at an early hour yester )ay morslng In a house of questionable reute In "Wett Forty-sixth street. Charles Revere Las been well-known tmon lhft lortinor class of New York for Afl.rs. lie keot "fast horf-?s and faster wo men," and could be seen almost daily on the road with both. About two years azo he btrame enamored of a notorious female named Stvka. althoueu at present she styles br aefl "Starrs." She then lived in East Thirtythird street, near Lexington avenue, She now orennies a hooe in Forty-sixth street, near Broadway, and It was in this house, ard while kneellm? at this woman's leet. that Charles Revere sent a bullet whistling throne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 October 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY OCTOBER 2$ 1875 POLITICS IN INDIANA. THX SITUATION DEMOCRATIC Sr.iTB CEXTBAL COMJtlTTKK H KS D RICKS A9i MOBTOX THE COMixa PREsiUBjrriAii omiskes thk JOURNAL AX ORGAN OF MJBTOS MR. DESCRICKS A5D THE PRESIDENCY. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Enquirer eU forth political matters here after the tallowing fashion: Thd writer haa conversed daring the past week with scores of prominent democrats of thla state, not only those who reside at the capital, but others who live In distant sections. All are encouraged to make more earnest efforts than Ter before to secure a Tlctory in the state and nation in 1876. The gentlemen who went from Indiana to Ohio to aid the democratic cause upon the stump during the recent campaign are zealous for the continuance of the tight; and they argue that we have no cause to be dissatisfied, much less disheartened by the result. With one accord they say there must be no abandonment of the issues involved, and no flagging ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 October 1875

4. TÜE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. OCTOBER 28 1875 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23. An Associated Press dispatch from New York, atter giving a ber.vy list of failures for the day, pithily remarks: "Minor operator who got on the bear Ride of a bull parket were squeezed." Oce can readily Relieve it. Tha reDresenUtlve of the Sentinel at tue tacquet glveBy the merchants ot Philadelphia to guests from all the states, invited, to Inspect ft Centennial preparations, telograph that Governor Hendricks responded to tbe toast 3 Indiana and was enthusiastically cbaered by those present. Governor Hendrik will address the Democracy at Pbllad jphlato-nlgbt. TheAitad oi Uaueul Kejruoids in Xafayetro Indignant at the treatment that galimt officer received at the State House nesting on the occasion of tbe soldier4 reuilos. lie travels! nine hundred to lies to pach here, and then wti not accorded by tbe Morton management the poor honor of Invited to the stand. The shirt does not wave over the general. The V...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 October 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28 1875. Morton Is not to be trusted on this question, and a simple reference to the past will prove It. When negro taßrage vas the matured policy of the KepubJcan party, Mr. Morten told Lis lr'ends In this stat?, cine-tenths of whom ho knew opposed It, that, it was cot the purpose of the party to give the negroes the ballot until by education the y -were fitted lor it. Yet he turned Tight about as soon as the election was over and alJed what be reprobated upon the stamp. It will be so again. lie and bis organ will tell the people ol Indiana that contrsc'lon of the currency will not be enforced, and assume a plausible position before the people to save the Integrity of the party, all the while knowing tbat the deed and bond of Bile of the Republican party has been executed, and that the policy of the Sherman bill will be followed If the Republican party continue in power. Is not the word of caution timely to those who are liable to be dec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 October 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28 1875 TWO CHRISTIANS. Two Christian traveled aown a road. Who viewed the world with different eyes; The one wu pleased wlih earth a abod. The other lunzlog lor the skie. For one. the beaveus wer so blue. They fllt'd his miud with fn-ip fo-d; T it other's eyes kept piercing through Only for that which lit beyond. For od, enchanting were th trees, the distanc was divinely dim. J he hird that fluttered on the breezo Nodded loeir p'eity beads lor hint. The oi her scarcely wtw tne nowera. And nevrknew ihe tiees were grand; H did hat count the days aud Lours Till he might reach the promised land. And one allMle kind caress Would to a tender iaptnre move; H only ored his lip lo Ul The od who gave hirn thing lo love. Tne other Journeyed on hin way, Alrald lo fcand-e or to touch ; H-- mly rpel his I'ps lo pray lie might not love a thing too much. ' Which was the brt? Decide who can. Y et why nbould we decide 'Iwixllheinf We may approve the mourn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 October 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28 1875, TUE LITTLE CHURCH BY THE BEA. From tbe Bunday Magazine. Art's " tender strokes " In thee I seek In rain. The polished corner an the gaudy pane; The wall are whltew- shed and the altar bare, Yel how 1 love tbe, lltt.e lmue of prayer! Typ truer of the Une who stooped so low, Than the grand mlnHter with 1U stately show; In wb( high aoarluir, pinnacles I trace Utile which teil an of the loweat place, Hut, lowly house of Ood, i read In tnee The winning smile of trne humility And 1 am touched 1 Inn to lilt the latch, Acd bow m v k nre Lenealh thy roof of thatch The rrout tear sneer, but uod does not dis dain The want of splendor In this neacre fane. Nor doe be wtnb to sweep thy tone awayTrue 'vltnesses for Jesus Christ are they ; Despised, unsetn.sucn lowly churches preach A lowly Christ within a sinner's reach. WISE AND OTHERWISE. Always operating lor a rise Emetics. Colleges of larmacy Agricultural insti tutes. The duck of a lover ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 October 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY OCTOBER 28 1875 A CAED. Trade Palaco, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers: Wo respectfully ask your hnmodlate attention to the beat selected tock of Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery ever brought toihis city. By Oivino our individual attention to t uyinfl in New York, we have loured a line of Silk. Black Goods, Dress Goods. Dometics. Woolens, Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens, Blankets. Comforts, Notions aid Millinery at such rates and on such terms as enables us to offer the lowest prices known Binoe 1862. Our priecs are allk e to all and Grangers as well as others will find tno other house more attractW good a or lower prices. X. S. -A."5T"EE:S &c 00. TK.AXK TjVT. A.OK- KLSAXCS AND BÜSIÄKSS. WEEKLY BUSINESS REVIEW. HONET MATTKRS. Tbere seem to be a prevatlhiK belief that the hard times which have borno down for two years are soon to let up. The tone ol the press and people is encouraging, but reallv. the tangible foundation for sucn BCD time...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 November 1875

mm INDIANAPOLIS, TIIURSD AT 0CQHM 1875 - f VOL. XXV NO. 11. WHOLE NUMBER 1.32-1 0 OTICK it i- v. I am haIIaa lhat V m 1D luoacriorr ueiruj nc ..v.- ' - - -will. In accordance with section 3 of the recent license law psed, make application to the County Commissioners, at their next session, for s llceme to sell Intoxicating, vinous, malt, aud spirituous liquors In less quantities than a quart, and subject to be dran on the premiss. To place where said llouors are to Lx sold is Nos. 153 and 1V, Kort V. ayae avenue. In the Second Ward of the city of Indianapalls, Marlon county , Ind.. lot 26, outlot ISO. guo"!?.11, November 4, 1875. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a certified cepy of a decree to me directed, from the Clerk: of the Hupertor Court of Marlon county, Indiana, in a eue wherein -is'obie R. tttreeter la lalntia, end Ellxa A. Futlt etal.are defendant, requlilng me to make th sum of rive hundred and seventeen dollars and seventytwo cent, and one other Installment, as provided lor ...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 4 1875 KHKRIirS HALES. NIIF.KIFF-N HALES. MI Kill IT'S kam:. SHERIFFS SALES. SIIF.Riri'H BALKS. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a certified cony ol a decree to me dliected, Ir ra the eierkot the Superior Court ef Marlon County, Jndlma, In a cau- wherein James H. Rnddell ft B.1 are ülalnt'ffs, andJohn Mcuraii et i. are Undank requiring me to male - Uie sum l of enni tiandred and forty-one dollars ana Jorty-seven veuu, wlih lult-rmt on said decree andcost, I will expose at pubUo sale, to the highest bidder, on SATURDAY, tne 20ib day of November, A. D. 1875, between the li mn of 10 o'clock A. M , and 4 o'c'ock P. M . of said aUy, at the door or the Court Honseof M.i,. county, indl m, the rents and j-ofli form term not exceeding sevsn years, or the foliowl-ig real estate, to wit: lot number 0"e 1 In RudJetl an-t Vinton' suburban a.dltin to tbe city of d'an-poiis being Jms H Kuddell and M rric L. lnton 8 aurtdi vision of the north half of the no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 November 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4 1875, 3 EVANQEUOAL EXERCISES. Moody and Sankey .Getting In their Good Work on Unregenerate Brooklyn. EVENING SEhVICE. THB EFFECT OF MOODt'i SERMON--CHKISTI AN WHO HAVE THB DBT ROT MOODY' VER.-1' N CV OAH's REMARKS F THk. ANTKDILUVlAJiS PRAYINQ WITH THK PENITENT. The New York San of Tuesday reportB the evetirg exercises of the Evang lists as follows: At night the rink was abl z with light, and though it stemed crowded o ittutmost capacity, tbere was still always room left for the ''one more" who kept cooiiog and who was not turned away. The neignborinp churches were In pret ratio! for the oveiflow, but as the hours pssse! by and the people did not com. th sextons turned the ga& low and ch ti doors. The congregation in the rlnkj.dned with tluir choir in singing SankeyV .ow. though Snnkey was not there for a . ;ülu inary half hour. Dr. Tamage. hr-iidde and Cuylr wre again in their placi, bu three-fourths ot the chairs reserved...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 November 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 4 1875 TQURSDATi. NOVEMBER 4. Election. The returns from the states voting last Tuesday hive yroved unfavorabla to the If the estimate Is made upon the successes of the last year's elections. Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin And Minnesota go Republican, whils New York Is yet doubtful, but most likely will no Damocratio by one or two thousand, and Maryland also Jemocic, but close, wt.llo we have a triumphant Tlctory in Mississippi. In our telegraphie eolumns will be found the detail. The causes which have produced this result, so different from what wm xpected, especially in New York and Pennsylvania, nave been various, bat not of such s character ks to prevent a victory In al most every oce of thoas states a; the presi dential election. Like the Iew lor. iteuuiieaM who are working for, and to-day voting for, Morrijey against the regular Democratic nominee, the Journal speaks a Rood word for the gam bier and ex-prize fighter, and hi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 November 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4 1875 years. Magnetism the remedy. One more addad to the cart loads of crotches leit In Drs. Darxta Merrill's office. For details of the case see aircnlai. A young lady cured by magnetlo treatment after being drawn about on wheels the greater part of 15 years. For particulars see elrcolars. Circulars sent free on application. Letters answered on receipt of stamp, a limited number of patient can be visited at their houits out of office hours, Indianapolis. Room No. 3, 37Ji Clrele sweet, r?Min Tr. ji wh are suffering from the A .i. . In St arret Ion cf TOUlh. Der ...... uki ..u rlTdetsr. loss of mnbood. .to (Winand a recipe that will cure you u-ut'u- ii TMiV. This great remedy was dl-covered by a millenary lu Boulh, America w.n, a maif.tLitirevLiwd nvelooe to the Kev T,oH T fnman.HLation D fclblO liOOSe. NW York. City. SHERIFF HALES. QUEIUFrS HA EE. By Tlrtne or a lee O bin to row directed, trorn tbe Clerk of th Hupreme Court of Indiana. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 November 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4 1875 6 RAILROAD ROBBERY. "Millions of the Peoples Money Squandered Upon a Rascally Corporation. TOE UNION PACIFIC SUITS. SOW PUBLIC PEOPERTY 18 VOTED TO ENR'CH INDIVIDUALS BT CONGRESSIONAL PLUNDERERS A SYSTEMATIC ATTEMPT TO IMPOVERISH A NATION. A Washington special to the Chicago Times c i yesterday ay: A case of unusua Importance waa argued on to-day in the Supremo Court that of the Union Pacific railroad npon an appeal from the Court ol Claims. The court below bad given the railroad a Judgement of S612,C32 60 azalnat the United States. Tbe railroad sued the government for withholding tbe interest upon tbe bonds Issued to the road. The government contended that tbe ro d should pay the interest upon these bonds, and that such was the express intention of congress when aid was given to the road. The railroad claimed that it waa not required to pay the interest upon tbe bonds until the principal of th bonds is due. Thecal is one of great...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 November 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. NWEMBEli 4 1875 A DOLL'S WEDDING. BY LCCY UABCOK. Savs Ivanhoe to Mlml: ' "It 1 our wedding day: And will you promise, dearest, Your husband toobey?" And hin 1 VI lml'i n wer: "WUh ail my heart, m dear; If yon will never canse rae Tu drop a single tear; 'If you will ask me nothing Bat u hat I want to do, IM be asweet, obedient. Delightful wife to youv" Bavs Mr. Fenwlck, giving HU brown m.istache twist; I shall com rutnd you. madam, To do whateVr I list !' ' 1 Hiss Mlml answer, frowning, Ills very soul to freeze: 4,Thn, sir, 1 shall ob-y you Only Just when I please!" Bays Ivanhoe to Mlml: "Let us to this a?ree, I will not speak one word to you If you'll not speak to me ; "Then we shall never quarrel, Kut througn our dolly-life I'll be a model husband. And you a model wife !" And nw mn md women Who mak- them wedding-calls, Look on. and almost envy The Miss of these two .dolls. They seem so very smiling. Ho grceful, kind, and bright! And gaze upon e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 November 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, NOVEMBEIi 4 1875, 8 A. CAED. Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Be 1ers : Wo respectfully ask your immediate attention to the b3t selected otock of Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery ever broußht to this city. By giving our individual attention to buying in New York, we have secured a line of Silke. Black Goods. Dress Goods. Dometts, Woolens Flannels, Shawls, Taffie Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery at such rates and on such terms as enables us to off&r thA lores' prices known 3inoe 1862, Our priecs are alike to all, and Grangers as welt as others will find t no other house more attra;ti goods or lower prices. iL . S. -A.2"HE3 Sc CO., TRADF. PALACE. i-LNAMK AND BUNMKKi. WEEKLY RKV1KW. FINANCE. Wednesday Etemno, No?. S. Local money matters have undergone scarcely- any chne during tbo week closing to-day. Tha banks report loss "money cn hand lor lo&ain? parposj at present, be cause ol tbe large amounts pet as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 November 1875

' .MM i I i t VOL. XXY-NO. 12. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 11. 1875 WHOLE NUMBER 1825 spirit . materialization. Getting at the True Inwardness of the Whisky Ring. . . SUPERVISOR HUNTS MISSION. V A BEXTNISCENCE OT HIS SERVICE W IHK SOUTH WHAT HB ACCOMPLISHED IN NEW ORLEANS BErOBB HIS ARRIVAL IN INDIANAPOLIS TO TAKB CHARGE OF THS DZPAKTMEIT OF OHIO AMD INDIANA REFTSING A BRIBE. In Tlew of the alarming fact developing dally, that the general government Is being robbed of millions of dollars annually which should go Into the treasury, from the Internal revenue department, and a knowledge that men In high place are daily being detected In defrauding the government, man v facts in relation to ttie whisky rings are Important and interesting. Not only have sweeping arrests been made In est. .Louis and Chicago, but Indiana has her sensation in the trial of the Bingham Brothers, distillers of Evansville, which is now progressing .in the United States ourt in this city. - To learn "what be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 November 1875

THE INDIANA STA.TE SENTINEL THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1875. Noiise to Noa-Reaidjtit, Notioe to .xfon-RoaLient. Notice to Non-Resident. . - Notioa to Non-Besldent. Notlceto Non-Besldent. 1 . : :,-;v I . '.W 1 1 i s - . I "Where, a cert at a precept has ben duly Issued lo me by the Mayor o( the city of Indian, polls, tinder the corparat Heal of said city lated October ld, 187j, showing thai theie Is lue the following rjam-l contractor thtimount hereinafter tecxled fee- .rwv Imprevcmeal in the city of Indianapolis, Marloa county, In diana. o v ' T ' : I ' . i V lO! Due Bernard Hamrn'll for gr id In j and graveling Tort at street and sidewalks front Camp Street to tall creek, from Henry Oreenwssld, the mm of twenty-three dollars and Uly cents (123 6"), amant of assesmient charged against lot No. thirty (IT) In Drake and Mayhew a s cjnd addition to the city of Indianapolis Marlon ounty, Indiana. . Now, the said defendint It erbby notified that unle-aalthln. l2u day after thepublicstioo. fur...

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