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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 November 1875

- i ... THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1876' BED! VI VI ON THE RAMPAO E. A MYSTIC AND MURDEROUS ORDER. . how mm united irishmen skntkwckd a MSMBER TO DEATH A CAE Of TRI.VSO TO ' IULAHD, WITH jnDOXI.tT PR )OÜNCKD OH XT. The New York Herald Rives the following frnll particulars of ths recent sensation of lb metropolis: About one year ago an organization was formed la this city of ft oommanhuio nature by man named Father :McNamra, who had at one time been a Lazariat priest, and who had alio officiated m a clergyman of bis cwn persuasion In ' Raleigh, Worth Coroline. It la said tbat, owing to soma irregularities, the bishop of the diocese In which Father McXamara preached silenced blm, depriving the clergyman or bis functions or, as It waa styled In the - latter nail of the eighteenth century, the bishop bad "uuirocited" bim. ' Since then Father McNamara hn devoted his attention chiefly to organizing revolatlons In tbe Fatherhood of Kations and tbe Brotherhood of Man....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 November 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 11, 3.875 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11. " A United' S:atesjüdge la Texa has decided that civil rights cases can not be translerred from the State to the Federal Court. Ii the administration party passed the till -Jn good fait, that judge had better Bend In bis resignation by the fast mall train.- 1 - The Jcnrnal tells about the device and pictures on. the election tickets ot Massachusetts, if it were not against the law in this täte, everybody knows what device woald be on a Morton ticket. Farter's ad vortialne cute would be in demand, wd pots of carmine without number would be needed. t The president las pardone Maaton .rt i t,,i T'nbflrt A. Pearson, who, -as HCUU Aahier and teller of the Rhode Island Na tlonal Bank, embexaled $120,00 of tha funds ol that institution and were sentenced, three year -ago, to nine years' imprisonment. Is thla the kind of service Uiat ras Tronin rav thla patriot 5,000 to .perr m form? 1 r The Journal la unfortunat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 November 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THUItSDAY. KOVEHBER 11; 1875 5 upon the election returns. It leaves the Impression np6n"the'mln3s'of"IU"r&deni'tLat the worst element of the New York Democracy was defeated in the late contest there, "while at the um time the Journal Tery well knowithat the failure of the Tammany ticket la Ifew York City waa caused simply and eolely by the combination of the Republicans with the scurf and jscum of New York, 'that had long been a damage to the( Democratic party, of whom John Morrissej, the gambler and prize-fighter, was a representative leader. The so-called anti-Tammany party was an expurgated section of that political organization, and driven from the society that Its efforts for reform might not b Impeded." The Journal knows this very well. It knows that Governor Tllden'a efforts to rid the state of the canal ring thieves incited a spirit of reform In New York City as well as elsewhere, and they have struck terror Into the unworthy rascals th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 November 1875

6 THE INDIANA STATE SE NTINEL. THUllSDAY NOVEMBER 11, 1875 HOPK. Fairer than 07 newer. Of lunmer's boor; IwttUr than any loveAy, sweet In truth t m her wbt shall be saidf Hope that is dead. Fair Hop, that garlanded. Fair Hope, that :ed and fled The aream of 70 tu. What song Is swept enough To slug of hert What murmur of the dove. To breathe 1 he memories That cling of her. Hope, brave aud strong I Hope, sweeter than ail song. What K)g Is sweet enough. To sing to her Bow waary are the way Unto f ur fee T Oilagilng length ofdflys i bat once w-re Meet. O, barren of all grace, Life that Bhs made bo sweet t Hidden from moon and ta, the that was fairer far To look upon I Hot where tbe roses are. But v here ow waters sweep To the gl eat deep, Wboe only hidows wan. And rain may t 11 thereon. Bat never the warm son. ABOUT WOMEN". Tt U aald even the in os! crusty men aald even the most crusty are like dough ia the bands of their wives The Greek journal announce the death ol fra Rlaflk. Rvrou'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 November 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 11 1875 7 THE GUESTS OF SIÜUT. BT BATARD TATIX) Irom Home Pastorals. Ballads and Ljrlcs.1 I ride In a gloomy land, I travel a ghostly shore Shadows on eit tier band. Darkness behind and before; , ,. . .Will oftbesumns.r night j ., l4king the woods I know; . A whiiutr ban ota itie height, J And tbe rivulet croons below.' r : , A waft from the roadside bank Telia whew tbe wlij rose nod; . Tb e hoi lo wi axe heavy and dank ,, . With tbe tem of tbe gol leu rods. iDeenaenf Night and DeaJi, Odors of L' fe an X Day .Meet an J mix In a breath, D: ug me, and lapse.away. la It the hand of the Past, Htretcned fom Its open tomb. Or a spell from thy glanaoury cant, O, mellow and myatle gloom? All wherein 1 have part, All that was loss or gain. Blips from the clasping heart, ttreazs from the grasping brain. Ix. wb at is left? lam bare am a new-born soul I am naught; My de da areas dust In tbe air, My words are as gnosta of thought. I rtde through tbe ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 November 1875

' -THE'. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THJRSBAY; KÖVIBElv. lÖTPr; a a. - 8 AC A E D. . Trad Palace, Oct. 7.' To the Country Readers: We respectfully ask your Immediate attention to the beet selected Kock of Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery ever brought to this city. By giving our individual attention to buying in New York, we have secured a line of Silks, Black Goods. Dress Goods. Dometts, Woolens Flannels, Shawls, TatTle Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery at such rates and on such terms as enables us to offer the lowest prices known Binoe 1862. Our priecs are alike to all, and Grangers as wel as others will find tno other house more attractK goods- or lower prices. X. -A-"5T"EES Sc CO., PALA.CK. fr'IMANCK AMI lUISlflKiSS. : WHEKL.Y REVIEW OF THE HOME MARKET. FINANCE. WaDSESDAT EVKWINO, Nov, 10. During the wsek ending to-day th?re baa nothing transpired in this market out of tbe usual routine. Tnebanks are generally well supplied with currency, which may be obtained lor unex...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 November 1875

i VOL. XXV-KO. 13 INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 18. 1875 WHOLE NUMBER 1823 lor lb Seatlnel.) KALLINU LEAVES. BT UK O. HARRIS. I lore to seek within the wood Some spot, where whisperings of the wind Alone disturb the sollt ode, 1 Where dreamy fancies soothe the mind, Lolled by the sound, half moan, half sigh, "Where summer's fading glories He, When, like Ällan harps, there breathes The maslo of the falling leaves. I stood In such a spot to-day. Where falling leaves were driftin by, And as the con's departing ray With crimson glories tinged tbe sky ; And glanced, aslant, among the trees The brlght-hued leaflets, on the breere. Took wing, and seemed to sink and rlso. And float like glided butterflies. With those that to the branches clang ' The wooing breeae, coquetting, played. And sweeter strains were never sang To win the heart of sylvan maid Than he, to woo them from the trees. Breathed forth amid hU reveries, Ro gentle yet so glad and free, That every leaflet danced with glee. "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 November 1875

7' THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY NOVEilBER 18, 187 5: Notic toNon-Rasldent. Whareas. a certain. preceDtha bsen duly Issued to me by tb Mayor ef the tUy of lruUartapoils, under the corporate seal of said city, dated October iiHh, lso, showtng that there la lue the following nanied coatractor the amount hereinafter sotclfled for street Improvement in the city of Indianapolis, Marion county, Indi- - Duel). Root A Co., for ereotlar lamp-posts, lam-va and fixtures on Bradshaw street between Virginia avenue and Sullivan street, from Dorr Russell, the sum of three dollars and twenty, four and seven-eighteenth cents I J 24 7-18, smoantols'vawimeoi eimrgnd against lot No. twenty-sevem27) la Bradsnaw acd Holmes's subdivision of ouUot No. one hundred 100) la the city of Indianapolis, Marion county, Indl. ant. Now, the aa!d defendant Is hereby notified that nnltM with CM days after the publication for three weeks oi this notice thearawnt so asaessed against he above described lot -er par...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 November 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINELaTHimSDY0MSEBa8; 1875. 3 DESPAIR AND DEATH. A ITFTII AVENUE LOTE 8TORT CULMINATING IN SUICIDE. "T03C, Tf 10V DOWT GET VT AH D TALK TO HI TOD'LI. RIOBKT IT FORIYER" A PISTOL SHOT THAT A WORK MS. THOMAS B. WHITWTT TO A REALIZATION THAT HIS BBAUTIFUI. MISTRESS HAD ' D02E A DESPBRATB DEED. Th9 New York San ol Thursday gives tbe following particulars of a Fifth arena tragedy which was outlined by telegraph : Ine remains of "Mingee" Roane, the girl who shot herself In the "Fifth Avenue Building," at 108 Fifth avenue, on Tuesday evening, lay last night In a costly rosewood coffin In the rooms of F. C. Senior, undertaker, at 86 Sixth avenue. The face was composed and very beautilul. The coffin plate of ailver bore merly the name and date of death, with the hr, 21 years. As far as can be ascertained, Mias Roane came to New York irom Richmond, Va., about lour years ago, leaving two brothers In her native town, and a married Bister In Baltimore. Twelve months ago she ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 November 1875

theundiana'state sentinel; thuesday novmeeri8;i 1875 1 . . THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 18. If th9 raw stuff does not kill Grant, surely tbe crooked Whisky of 8t. Iouis will render him politic!!. dead. It is new clear where the Republican stnpagri fund came from that -wen ent to this state to defaat ti Democratic party ta 1872. It came from St. Louis. Tbe govtiment pays prcmptty its witnesses In Iba whisky trials. The district ttorner bed twenty or tbirty herefrom Kvwnsville, tbe other day, anl planked oat therreehbacks to ach witness when disrnitsed. Grant's bovertv Is aiarmina to bis friends, od sonw feirs are exercised lest eomefcody shall stsrt 'a donation fund for him, fer I hey know tbat be could not refuse, nd!ooept would ipoil bis prospect of tShird term. Tbeiresent administration will bo known In tbe luturea the great Investigating dmlnitlratiotu It baa investigated moro rases la of its-own appointment than -ever were know In all tbe history of our government in tbe ninety years of I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 November 1875

5 ilgtit of the - Gsaette's confession, that the Republican party "Will i: -help to repeal the resumption act, there Is little excuse lor any so-called hard money Democrat occupying a segregated position of assumed superior Democratic orthodoxy, when It only places blm In the sham position that the Republicans are, with a humiliating confession, about U abandon. It 1 a snare and a sham. All are in favor of hard money when the government can pay it. Until then, common sense and common honesty escnewa a pretense that has no vlrtoe in it, and as the Gsrtte says, "has wrought vast evil to business," and to the whole country. TMs week has been crammed with marine horrors the foundering of the Pacific, the burning of the Waco, the wrecking of the bark Toronto, the mutiny on the British ship Lennie, . and several other disasters. The losa oflife involved Is learfol to contemplate when one pauses long enough to let the imagination picture the terror and anguish of brave men, frail women and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 November 1875

THE INiMA 181875. ö THli AUTUMN OF TU K WOHLD. The lMt wan petals leave the rose, The latest iwlllowi plnms fur flight. The summer's gone, where no on know. With dead men's love, and spent year' light, And warm hearts barle J oat of sight. Red roses are the crown of youth ; The warm light strikes on lovers' Hps; Laugh though . and fondle happy mouth, And yet remember, sweet time slips. Death burrle on with full eclipse. . ' So short, so sad 1 O, let not Death Find only failed flow rs and wine. When, hungry lor the Joyous breath , ThatÜJreuuis not of the year's decline, lie lays his cold white mouth to thine i Cling to the flying hours; and yet Let one pare hope, one great desire. Like sons: on dying Hps te set, Thal ere we fill in scattered fire. Our hopes may lift the world's liea t higher. Here In the aotnmn month of Time. Before the great new year can break, Soraa little way our feet should climb, Homo II tie mark onr words should nv.ke For Ub.-rty and manbooo's sake! Clear brain...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 November 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THUIiSDAYs NOVEMBER-18, il875 TUE SiIRE OF ETERNITY, a' -JTF.W.fABWt. . Alna t to land !on upon that shore! With od sight that we have seen before , Thing of a different tone, . A.d the sonnds all nW. ' ' ' " And frntrraneero iwt the ronl may faint. A lOQt I ob, that first hear ol belog s saint t Alone I to lnd alone upon that höre! On which ro W avelets lisp, no billows roar. Peibap no 6hape of around, '- VerhapsnoBlgntorsound. Ko form ot earth our fancies to arrange llut to begin alone that mighty change! , , Alone! to Und alone upon that shore ! Knowing no well we ean return no more: No voloeor face of friend. None with us to attend Our disembarking on that awful strand. But to arrtTe alone In auch r. land I Alone ! to land alone upon that ahore; To begin alone to live lorevermore, To have no one to teach The man nera tr the speech f that uew life, or pv. n at our ease. Oh that we might dl in or companies. Aloa-e? Nol God hath Ducn there Ion before, Xle...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 November 1875

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THUltSDAY NOVEMBER 18; 1875. A, C ARD. Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers : We respectfully ask your Immediate attention to the best selected Otock of Dry Ooods, Notions and Millinery ever brought to this city. By giving our individual attention to buying in New York, we have eeoured a line of Silks, Black Goods Dress Goods. Dometins, Woolens. Flannels, Shawls, TatTie Linens, Blankets, comforts, wo tionsand Millinery at such rates and on such terms as enables us to offer the lowest prices known Since 1882. Our priecs are alike to all, and Grangers as welt as Otn era will find Ptno other house more aitractK goods or lower prices. Xj. S. AYRE3 & CO., TRADE PALACE. ft'LXAXOfi AND BUSINESS. WßBKLY REVIEW OP TUM HOME market. STSAKCZ. WiHHSiT Evexikq, Novembern. Eaaken report the money market eavy, with very satlslaetory amount of business being transacted. Tkey bare no trouble in placing all the ui?aey tuey dejire to at tbe usual rates ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 November 1875

f - Tff an:- v A CiVJ Hfl INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24. 1875 WHOLE XUMBEIU.827 VOL. XXY--NO. 14. mm 1:. r Sale for Street Improvement. By virtue or a certain preoept to me directed, by the Mayor of the city of Indianapoll, Indian, and duly attested by the clerk of said city ander the corporate eeal of ald city, I -will on SATURDAY, December 18, 1S73, Sell at public auction, at the City Court Room, between the hoars of ldo'elock A. m. and i o'clock 1. m. of said day, the following described lot, pr parcel of land, or eo mach thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the sum hereinafter named uaMeaseaagalnRttuch premises for street Improvement, and all costs, to-wli: Lot Ne. thirty-eight J1 in Bradsbaw and Holme' eubdlTUion ofoutlot No. one hundred (10U) in the city of Indianapolis, W arloa county, Indiana, owned by Henry I). Pierce, against which ta assessed the sum of three do'.lars and twenty-four cents (M 24) for street Improvement la favr of D. ItootA Co., contractors. HENRY W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 November 1875

13 THE, INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24? 1875. HING MASTERS. THEIR REIGN IN ST. LOUIS. TESTIMONY OF THEIR FORMER SLAVES. M'DONALD's TRIAL CONTINUED MORE DAX AOfSO iVIDBNCE JOYCE'S FRIKND BAllCOCK BILL OBOSVAJJOR IN THE IUQ A f BATCH OP AMCSINO CORRESPONDKCE. St. Loum, Nov. 18. The McDonald trial is still the canter of attraction bore and the courtroom was gln crowded to excess to-day. The first witness waa B. U. Engelke, a rectifier, who testified to having talked with Joyce at various times since 1871 about doing business. The witness was tcld by him that he could purchase crooked wbUky and woaM be protected in so doing. In fact he was urged to do so and several times was asked by Joyce if be was getting alt be could handle. lie wss aiwsys nounea in advance of gents coming from Washington or elsewhere to invebUKate and was ordere! to straub Un up, nrnarMl to ir. t In honse In orler . '"ha recti ve company." etc. Avery oseu w cuu iu 'uk Information of any movencent tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 November 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENT INEUWEÖNESDÄY KÖViäfcßfcR 1875 SINGULAR STORIES. OONCIRNING POLYGAMOUS PRXCTICE3. THl BVSatt WILX. CASH A. fllLD DAT -TWIK) THl OPPOSING COUNSEL TH YALÜB OP THH CONFESSIONS OF A T1HTATOR The Nw York Herald, of Tuesday, say that ths Singr will case wm resumed in the Surrogate's Court, at White Plains, Winchester eomnty, Monday. Before the proceeding commenced Surrogate Coffin announced that he hid received a preposition from counsel for the contestant Belting torth that in riew of the large number of witnesses already subpoenaed to testify in behalf of his client, he would like to have three consecutive days devoted to the hearing In the case, whica proposition be (the , surrogate) bad agreed to, prerlded it would be suitable to the counsel on the other tide. Mr. Carter and ex-Judge Porter at once concurred in the arrangement, and accordingly the case will be continued this morning and to-morrow. Surrogate Coffln then stated that In regard to the question raise...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 November 1875

THE; INDIANA STATE SENTINEL ;WEDNESBAY:NOMBEB 24,75- WEDNESDAT, NOVUM BER 24. Commissioner Pratt baa Just notified a North Carolina collector that the government doea not approve of nepotism, and that he mast make certain dismissals. So it seems that what is y luce for the presidential 0090 is not nance for the underling gander. While Delano was as yet at its bead, the department of the interior was known among the irreverent denizens of Newspaper Row aa the department of the Obio. Under Chandler, with one citizen of the resses may ba to oar neighbor, time will prove them to have been 'love's labor lost." ' The officials of Mr. Gram's administra tion, whose amazing rascalities are being unearthed at St. Louis, are telling: terrible tales upon each other. This is the magnifi cent civil service of which Mr. Motton boasts in his political speeches. If this is the "best civil service in the world" it is bad for the world. - - i New York was excited yesterday over a rumor that th9 devil ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 November 1875

X .-V THE JNPJANA SAJJS SBXINEI; ITvESDVYiOym 1875 5 stood and atill stand among toe foremost for integrity',- liberality and fair dealing. The word of Gordon P. or Jobn W. Bingham Is u Rood a anybody's note to-day, so far as their ability goes to falfill it. Whatever have been thbir circumstances in life, their beneficence and liberality to tbe poor and uflering has been proverbial. No deserving person ever pplid to them lor relief but got it, aod many a suffering family bas been relieved by them wit tout their asking it. Unostentatious in their charities, churches, ministers and all worthy objects have fceD tbeiroiten unconscious beneficiaries. Some of your puritanical, unworldly readers may remark that Ihey are queer men to be so extensively engaged in the manufacture ol whisky, but what I have aid of them is cheerfully and willingly attested to by all wbo Know them. THEIR PRESKNT TROUBLES are a personal grief to many a poor family who have known their help through the hard winte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 November 1875

3- THE INDIANA STÄDTE SENTINE t : WEÖNESÖÄ Y'NOEiCBEB 241875. 6 4 IGUBIS FROM A FINANCIER. pa-eta and Recommendations from Ukq Report of Treasurer New. i A DECREASE IN THE NET REVENUES. TOFGRBBS REQUESTED TO TAKE THE RITTONtHLlTT OF rATIMO ITS own mbmburs A BAJiEKR'8 FLEA FOR F.ILIIF FROM THE COOT OP RKDEElilSG NATIONA. BANK KOTES The Washington correspondent cl tho Chicago Times telegraphed yes.erxlaj'a feisue ol that paper the following elaborate anyopsia of the forthcoming report on financial affairs: Treasurer Nsw's report Ls yet In the hands r the printer. Tbe following ia a transcript in full of all of its important feature: By examination of tbe previous statement ef receipts and expenditures, it will be seen that, while there has been an increase of 97,597,508 68 in the internal revenue receipt of tbe fiscal year of 1876 over those of 374, there baa been a decrease of receipts from customs, of 5,938,111 31; from lands, of fioS.TSS 76, and from miscellaneous sources, of $2k70...

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