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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1876

THE INDIANA1 STATE SENTINEL MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1876. THE TESTIMONY That Sealed the Fate oILapage Sentenced to Death for the Murder of Josie Langrmaid. THE SCHOOL GIRL MURDER. TDK ErlDEXCE AM. IX AXD THE CASE BUMMED UP BT BOTH finm TB BEATS OP LT5CH LAW IN CÄ.SE THE JURY SHOULD ACQUIT OR DISAGREE. The Concord correspondent of the New York Sun K'vfs the conclusion of the trial of I,apage, charged with the murder of Miss J.-.sie Lngmi I, and now under sentence of death for the crime, as announced la the telegraphic columns ot the Sentinel: The usual complacency of the auditors in the certainty ol the conviction ot the prisoner gave place to an anxiety bred not a little of distrust of the 12 men to whom the life ol Joseph Lapage hes b6en committed. They fear that the jurors way have Lecome infected with the doubt with which they are hardly able to deny the evidence tor the defense had influenced their own judgments. They have watched the prisoner to-day with more attentive interest tha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL MONDAY JAXI7AEY 17, 1876. SLIPPERY BILL. Ko, stranger, he doesn't live here now. He slipped the vigilance don't know how. For we've hunted these dlgglns high and low Since be vamosed the rancu ten yean ago. I reckon yon havn't beam about The game he played when he dosted out. Hellt hereabouts In asuddeutway. An equal by the Are, but wouldn't play, Things was as lively ascomtnon uhen The boys is over from Snaky Glen . The tables were pl'ed knee-deep with pold,. And bix with keerda were brlsK, I'm told. Bill sot snllln there for ft while, Ana vs'ohpd the proceeding wtftaoat smile. But Jet RS he tame wre re -tin' red hot, lie Mowly rlz ud rrora where he sot. And poured some powder ln?o his paw. As he worked his quid .rom Jaw to J aw. "No lue, an I monghta well bedewd As llvrnV was wht the hairpin said. Ills 'aw wa lull oi a wildtsh sker. And. clurn his picrur. h ae ed queer. 'I will " hsy; -I'm blowed If I ion t. And I'll carve the galoot whot?uys I worvt. "W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL MONDAY, JANUABY 17,' 1876. 7 SOME DAY. T XU K.T. CHAHLM, "EMILY HAWTHORJf B." From a forthcoming volume. 'Whisper la accents low Some day ' Gladly: 'Thou lovest me more than aught below, Borne day 'When ruddy chee hath lost Its glow, And I am old. Thy strong arms then around me fold. Loving me then as now; Oh! darling love me so. When I am lyln; low, Some day Sadly : Then thoa shall surely know, My life doth outward flow With ebbing tide. Bit thoa my dying couoh beside. Smoothing my fevered brow, 1 shall more quiet grow. When palnfnl angry throe, Someday Madly Chaseth my life blood till It cease to flow; Some day When aching heart shall throb so slow, My waited cheek Kis then, aud lips that can not speaS ; liies-lng by silent vow, love, bless me ere I go. Where fragrant zej hyrsb'.ow, fcodie day, hadly iäighlng a requiem roft and low, Some day: Swaying the leaves sa mournfully and slow, There 1 shall seem To rise be'ore you as In a dream ( Over the spot wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1876

TÜE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. MONDAY JAijRY , IT 187G. 8 A CARD c Trade Palace, rct. 7, To" the Country Readers: We respectfully ask y jur Immediate attention to the b -st selected .ttock of Dry Goods, Tactions and Millinery ever brouar jt to this city. By giving our irwiivi' jual attention to buying in NewT.'ork.we hare eecured a line of Silks, Black Goods Dress Co od.s. Dometins, "Woolens Fianne' shawls, TaCle Linens, Blanke Comforts. No tions acd Millin jry at euch rates ana on sucniei BS enablos us to offer the lO' est urices known eince 1802, Oi jr priocs are alike to an, ana uran aers as well as otn ers "will find vtno other housa more attrac aoods or lower prices. Xj- S. J i.Y"RE3 Sc CO. Tit ADE PAIiACK. FIN ACE AND BUSINESS. "WEI JKLY market review. MO.NET AD BUSINESS. Mokday Evf.sing, Jan, The Ism ja of the Weekly Sentinel on Moil3y morning admits of a consideration of last week's buslnes 1 to the lose of Saturday. The week was mora ei icmraglng than any prectding one for mon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 January 1876

' i Sie iiMiiii $ fafe Jfe lint VOL. XXV-XO. 24. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY JANTTAIiY 24. 187G WHOLE NtTMBKE 1,836 ALONE IN lONDON. BY B. U. BAILDON. From Cjrnhlil Magazine. i:y her fault, or by ill fat Jeft in great I ondou desolate Of helpers and of comforters; Without cne heart to teat with hers; "Without one hand In ttndtrneis Aud sympathv her ha d to press; A lc ne soul left, disy assionaie, "Without one link of love or hate. From her lodztns, poor and bare. And high tp in the smoKe-dim air. With cherle hartt with aimless feet, Hhe descended tothn stieet, W here the people, coming, golEg, C'easelet-8 a a riverV Cowing, fcieemed as Imperturbable,A s though no heart-wurm tear could well Toto tho e lr eye; no sob Kver couitl thote se' .lptrib Of their sterur e s. With blind stare, They pass a woman in despair. With hopeless h"art, with weary feet. She wander, th on from street to street, llestless as a withered leaf FaKen fio:n its p rent tree. Ooaded by a slee..le-s grief, Dogzed hydul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL MONDAY JAN UAH Y 24, 1876. 2 XLIY CONGRESS. REGULAR SESSION. HOUSE. A FRESH COSSTITimOSAL AMENDMENT TnE CENTENNIAL APPROPRIATION fPEECHKS PRO AND C TUCHER'S BTRONQ ABVKRSK ARGUMENT. Mr. Bland, ot Mo., offered a resolution calling lor Information on the subject of the transfer of lands mithin the railroad limits allowed to Union soldiers. Adopted. The speaker then called on the committees for reports, and 3r. Springer, of 111., introduced a constitutional amendment providing that congress shall not pas any special or local laws In regard to granting pensions, bounties, lands or prise money, or loroorrenm? I he recordnof any iupartmentln relation thereto, granting relief to any person or authorizing the payment ot any claim, giving to any corporation, association or Indlvidusl the light to lay jailn ad tracks or conferring anynp"Cll and exclusive privilege on such corporation, realatlDgthe practice i f curtsor conferring speclal Jurisdiction in a particular ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. MONDAY JANUARY 21 187G. FISH ON CUBA. AN INTERVIEW WITH THE SECRETARY. Spain's alleged eeply the ciuctlar IOTE WHAT WA? RFAIXY BFNT TO THB FOllHOS CRUSTS GdMMEKca WITH CUBA. The correspondent ol the World telegraphs from Washington: Lst cibt I had the honor to obtain from the secretary of stats a verbal explanation of onr relations with Spain and Caba, tocether with his interpretation of the tenor or tbe recent miscalled 'circular note," and Spain's allfged rrply to it a telegraphed cn Sunday to New York Irom Madrid, "hrorn h synonela of that reply which has teau published," said Mr. Fish, "I presume th3t the news la ia some degree trustworthy. I percelre In the synopsis several passico which are responsive to those in my note to Mr. Cushirpr, which I sent jnt f;r my return from a hurried visit 10 Ne v York on the 5th of laät November." "But tbe dispatch, a published, stares that Spain's reply is belligerent." '"I see nothing in th dipatch to sustain that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL MONDAY. JAjS'UAKY 21, 1876 4 THE INDIANAPOLISSEMI 1NEL Ve desire to place In the hands of every dmcyat In the state the WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. It ia a large eight pas paper, compietw in all It b departments, and second to no paper In th state. Its circulation Is rapidly Increasing, and la larger than evr txfore. This Is the Centennial year, the Presidential year, the y ear of the -nation's rejoicing, and every democrat should eep posted In all the affairs of tJie government and cocntry, The Sentinel will contain full market reports, agricultural news, miscellany, and full and complete political Information. It will be thoroughly democratic, and as the democratic party Is on the high road to success, we want very democrat In the state to rejoice "with ns In our final triumph. Lt the democracy than assist ns In the circa latlon of the Sentinel, In connection with the local papers. Every democrat should have at least two papers, his county paper and a paper d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. MONDAY JANUARY 24 187G. 5 and In yorr 9, Jute 23, you advise the department of the note addressed to the minister ftfttam .vtim? attention to ihe particular case3 f Mr ivtAiio na Mrs. Farre-s De iora. and , to the general question. Although this order of , disernbireo bau been passed as eariy a juoary 1p, lsT, the then miul iter oi state at Madrid had expre sed SURPRISE AND REGRET at tberjontlnued delay In these particular cases. Mr. Ulloa Informed yon under dale of July 7, 1871, that the ministry was In want of information and had requested it through the minister of colonies. He added, however, that the Spanish government proposed to adapt with all poslbledlspatchagereralfystem with respect to the pending embargoes and that the important question would be set at rest In conformity with the true Interpretation of the treaty of 1. Jo. and -with that respect whl'h the Spanish government had for Us ob gallons. Tnese assurances wre repeated to you by Mr. Ull...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 January 1876

G THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL MONDAY, JANUAKY 2-4, 1876. THE STATE AT LARGE. Greenraitle has two cases of Bmallrox. Terro Haute Is ßolnj to have a soup bouse. Small pox Is said to be spreading in Ripley county. The VLo county J til contains sixteen prisoners. Blufftonl aa a Centennial Loan acd Savings Association. The Chic so Times says Terre Haute ships whisky to the Indian territory. The Warrick county farmers are reluctant to sell their tobacco at current prices. A prtv 1 beinir organized In New Harmony to'hunt the Poaey county r anther. A new bank sflirted up in Bowling Green last Monday, with Brighton and Teter m proprietors. Judge C. E Walker, of MRdison, is a republican candidate from the eecond district for the Supreme Couit. Alamily bv the name of Hules, in Jennings rxmntv.'has fallen heir to 582,000,000 by the death of ah eastern relative. By order of the postmaster general, the Bluffton postoffice has been made a money order office for iore'n countries. Ghosts and appariti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL MONDAY, JANUARY 24, 187G. EULWKR-LYTTON. Undying youth i A ment.i beauty's blocm UI 1 r radiant eentna born. Surround thy nam, a ha'.o o'er thy tomb Perpetual mom Of fame! Ia Kenias sky thou'ltbe A Bun ne'er setting to posterity. Like to thlneown Zanonl, ever young With spirit radiance, Thon heard 'et the Empyrean voices. From thee sprung i ne soars romance Visions suMime and strange, wherein man's 11 'e Uleams with the mystio power with which 'Us rle. Like him. thy Marry Ma2in i Tnia me i Of htKh d reniH, thou didst own That mortal 111 is the earth's horn's Harry Ma2ln ! "mid the voice highest choice. Thy genius shone J n real life' portrayal; yet to thee Dearest were art, youth, and nobility. Brain sparkling with ideas! never old Uke the fabled fount of youth W"uo?epray was ptarls, and whose streams wer gold. lligh thought and truth Were beauty crown d in shining words by thee, "Whose very prose was bright as poesy. Thou no recluse, cloister'd in world o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 January 1876

er 8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL MONDAY JAN UA11Y 24, 18TG. A CARD -Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To, the Country Readers: We respectfully ask your Immediate attention to the best selected Itock of Dry 'Goods, Notions and Millinery ever brought to this city. By giving our individual attention to buying in Now York, we have secured a lino of Silke, Black Goods Dress Goods. Dometts, Woolen3 Flnnnels, Shawls, Taule Linens, Blantets, Comforts, Notions and Mi linery at such rates and on such terms as enables us to offer the lowes prices known aince 1832. Our priecs are alike to all, and Grangers as well as others will find t no other housa mora aitractKt goods or lower prices. S. JLZ"R,IE3 s CO.' T BAD TG PAIiACK. FINANCE AM) BUSINESS. WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW. MONEY ASOBCSI25ES3. Monday KvKMNfs, Jan. 21 There Is nothing in the money market throughout the country to challenge specl3l cemment. Ia Kastern money centers there Is complaint of too much money and tr.o little de mand. At this point and lu t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 January 1876

t VOL. XXY-KO. 25. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY JANUARY 31. 137G 'WHOLE NUMBER 1,837 WIITSLOWS WORK A Short But Spirited Sketch of His Checkerod Career. A SERIES OF SPECULATIONS. FROM A THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY TO BILLY WILSON'S ZOUAVE RANKS CHAPLAIN IN THE ARMY AND NAVY A SirUK SPECUIATOR ON THE SLOPE JOURNALISTIC AND REAL ESTATE VENTURES HIS LAST SERMON. The Eoston naners which reached be re lost eight are full of facts and fancies con cerning the career ot the iugltlve forger Winslow. whesa sinuous speculations have teen fully sketched In the Sentinel The fallowing extracts are from the Globe as the Post dcu'; seem to take a very lively Interest In working up Window's record, allowing its enterpme to Fuller for the Bake of a departed friend: Mr. Winslow was a man ot high ambition and desired to bo prominent and talked about. He has doubtless succeeded to hl3 lulled desire, lie has been prominent in religion, ternnerance and political move ments, and ras had the pleasure, of prefix ing both "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATTE SENTINEL MONDAY JANUABY 31, 1876. 2 ILNDEii WAY AGAIN. M'KSE'S CASE CONTINUED. MORE DAMAGING) EVIDENCE. JCIGE EILIJJj'S DECIf ION TEaTIMOXY OF BARTON, CONCAXNON AND FBAZKK THK r.CaSED PAPÜR3. Br. Locis, Jan. 25. Judge Dillon rendered a decision upon the opeslDg of the trial of Wm. McKee this morning, ruling mat tue case must go oa. Tbe conspiracy had been one of numerous act) and exteudlng ovr a lonz period of time, and the declarations of the co-cccspira torstr accomplices must te teard. If. however, wnen the cw-e should be all in and the connection of McKee wl h the conspiracy should rest ao'ely oa the testimony of the accomplices, then the court would Instruct the Jury how Utile weight w& to be attached to tDelr evidence. The iutimatlon wns mat the evidence of therkgacd McKee' connection with teem would not be alone sufficient, following the decision of the Judse, the testimony of Sauford M. B.rion. the manager of ihe liiognam Hros.'s St Louis disti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL MONDAY, JANUAKY 31, 1876. 3 THAT CROOKED CANAL. The Franchises, Lots and Lands of the W. Ss E. C. to bo Sold on Order of Court. THE AUYEItTlSEMKNT. A FINS FIELD FOR THE SPECCLATITE CAPITALISTS INTKRES HNO READI5Q F-R THE LAND SHARKS AND BLOATED BONDHOLDERS. Tho follovlrg alvertlBcment ia the Terre Ilaalo Express la snatched ironi a Eelect circle ofreaders and apreid before the citi zens of the state by the Sentinel: United States CiRCriT Court, District t. Jm ana. Jonathan K. Gapea v. Ihe Jaid of Trustees of tho Vab.;8u and Krte Cfjial, in ensncery. Where-is ,the United States, circu t Coart ror the district or Indiana d'.j, at the Js'ovember term, ISTj, In the aojve entitled canse, order and decree that the Wabash and Kiietaual, with aii its appurtenances, as Lerelni.ru r speclätd, and also all lands and lots now be'onglng to the trust, and vested in the board of tiusites of the v abash & Erie canal, and franchises, except as hereinaner specif...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 January 1876

II - THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL -MONDAY JANUAEY 31, 1876. THE INDIANAPOLIS SEN i INEL We desire to place la the hands o every democrat In the state the WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. It Is.alar29cl2htp.13e paper, complete In all JUcUr artmcnts, and tcond to 110 paper in the late. iu circulation Is rapidly increasing, end U larer than ever be Tore. This U the Ontennlal ytar, the Presidential year, the year of the nation's njolcms, and every democrat should keep posted In all the affairs of the government and country, TLe Sentintl will coi'aln full rcarket report, agricultural ner?s, miscellany, aad full and com pitta rolltlcal inlormatlon. It will be tbor nhly democratic, and as the democratic party Uon the high road to success, we want every democrat In the stata to rejolca with us in oar Cn.-.l triumph. Let the democracy then assist us ia the circn latioa of the Sentinel, in connection vlth the loca! papers. K very democrat should Lave at leat two papers, his county paper and a paper Iron ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATE "SENTITLTMOKD ATr JANUARY-31,1876.- 5 llcaa rule has been paving one-fourth more than was necessary to transact the public business. Tbl wa because the Republican administration hfi Leen paying out the peopL's money to a lot cf party pnlonVrs and poll: ic.il d-d Uata, la order to stop their clamor a::d htdd them ia tLe party's traces. Willi t- v-ry department cf the government uc-Jcrtte contiol of the Republican pirty, its action hive bo:-n sach a3 to f-rco confession frcm its Indiar.a orA'i tLa it his unnecessarily v&s'.ed taa al'Yiz iuml'. With tie pre;sure that i t tro'jyi t bear upon Ropublicacs In por, !t is imposi-le tor them to resist the imp rtucitles or their hurgry partisans, and, tl erefore, tLe ouly hopo of the people for su fcor.civcil 8(iminljtratioaotna-ion3l a3Ti:r Is iii tha teturn of the D:inocrat:c party to power. TLo House, by cutting down th3 csitmi- ot II .'publican officials, by 1 pping off the fineeurrs and reducing th3 pay of th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL MONDAY. JANUAKY 31, x876. 6 THE STATE AT LARGE. The Florida fever has struck Muncie. Liogansport has dispensed with day policemen. Tipton county Is clamoring for gravel roads. Onnersville is going to have a new opera housa. "Pound" socials are in vogue at Brazil, Clay county. Vlncenues is troubled with confidence jewelry men. The Eünburg spiritualists continue tp hold weekly seances. Benton county ha four newspapers and now pines for another. The next state grange will bo he'd at the metropolis of Delaware county. Tho 4Sth Indiana will h:Id a re union at South Bend cn the 8:h of rext month. Tbe Terre Haute Journal says there is still a very large amcuut of ice in that city. A ga company has been organized at "Viccennes with a capital stock of 573,000. Eighty females are in attendance at the Purdue Agricultural .University at Lafayette, There la ea;d to be considerable ,rain in the. county, the farmers holding It for better prices. fct. Joseph county was no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 January 1876

THE INDIAN STATE SENTINEL. MONDAY JAOTAEY 31-1876. r For the Senta-ie1 1 A DREAM. Ilarx. hart, I know h' :oo'sleP' Go, qa'cltly ope the door; I am sure 'tis be come back galil Ii m 'aline, 11 in 'aline, encore. Haste, bate, arrange my toilette. Tie back my ßowiog hair, I hear his loved voice calling, ".Ma role, ma niie, ma chere." "Hua;omlne; yes, he la near me And I feel his pressnce row, .As he smoothes tfce straying tiesse Fraai my fever-heated brow. .Vot he softly whisper?, 'd.rlinj, He mlno this b'.essed night, The stars ahitl bear aveeet witness. And tha moon shall lend her light." Then he drew me closer, closer. Till our hearts seemad Joined In one, And with trembling accents murmured, O, ma cherle, la es bonne." Just then a clou J paired o'er the moon And hid the light It gave, I fear 1 claspsd my darling. Mon Dleu.e'est tout an reve." LocisviixE, Jan. 13, l7ö. XETTS AND GOSIP. New Orleans has strawberries. Birds carry coutagnus diseases of cattle. Missouri farmers are sowiD...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 January 1876

'. 8 A CARD Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To'tlio Country Beaders: We respectfully ask your immediate attention to the best selected rjtock Of Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery ever brought to this city. Rwrt'vinrrour individual attention to buying in New York, we hav & eecured a lino of Silk, Blak Goods. Dress Goods. Dometts, "vToolens. Flannels, ähawls.Tr.üle Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery at such rates und on such terms s enables us to offer tho lowest prices known Since 1S02. Our priec3 o re filike to all, and Grangers as well a othrfl will find tno other house more attraetKc goods or lower prices. Xi- S. AYTIE3 &s CO. TBADK rALACE. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW. Monday Evening, "J&n. 31. There is but very little change ia the condition of the money market worthy of note. Ihe ery la the East Is still too much money an 1 too JIttle demand while in the west the tendency Is rather the opposite. The speculation In pork uö gr...

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