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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 December 1876

TIIE rNDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, DECEMBER 20, 1876. INLOVED AND ALONE. BT JOAQUIN MILLER. Tti MA-dove some twin halow ha.. The lark has love la sea of tran. The wild Weast trumpet back bUvow, The squirrel laughs long his bough ; Hut I, I am Mloue, alaM A yon white moo when white clouds pa As lonely and unloved, alast As clouda that weep and drop and pass. Oh, maiden. Hinein? sliver weet, At cabin door.la field of corn, Where woed bine twine for thy retreat Hin sweet throngh all tbj summer morn. For love is landing at thy feet, Jn that fair isle In at as of corn, But I, I am nnloved and lorn, As winter winds of winter morn. The ships, blade-bellied, climb the ea, The seamen seek their loves on land, And love and lover, hand in hand, f fo binding, glad as glad can be, But never more shall love seek me, Bv blowy sea or broken land, "fly broken wild or willow tree, J ay , nevermore ah all love seek me. ALL SORTS. The Herons of Elrnvtod, Warm and still is the summer night,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 December 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTLNFjL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, X87G. CHRISTMAS. A THOf i&SD EDITABLE GIFTS ! LWS. GESTS A5D CIIILDRES! At ITlees within reach of Mi&ionntre and Itlendipaii.. Immense assortment of Tiers, Silis, Oloais, Shawls, Gloves, Hosiery, Tzzcj asi Toilet Articles, Ircss Goods, Domestic, Note, Pcrfsmerics, etc., forlho HOLIDAY SEASON, Cheaper than Ever Before ! OJI and pee car Display whether you Purchase or not. L. S. AYRES & CO., INDIANAPOLIS. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL JIOSET A D THE MARKETS. UTTICK OF THI ImIA3ArOLLS 8K!TTTE1, Tuepday Eytsivq, Dec. 1, 1876. The ton of the local money market I un changed. TTie drmaod for money U sufficient ly preesln to keep the loanable funds of the banks well employed, and notwithstanding In Kome canes the conservative policy of the banks is more than ordinarily severe, there is no difficulty la plating strictly first class paoer at 10 to 12 per cut. Eastern exchange 1 8(111 abundant and the b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 December 1876

YOL. XXVI, XO 10. IXDIAXAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOKNTSTG, DECEMBEK 27, 1870. WHOLE NO- 1884. s LIGHT BREAKING Upon tlic Dark Villainy by Which Louisiana AVas Counted for Hayes. The Chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee on the Stand. He Tells the Republican Senators Some Plain and Unpleasant Truths. The House Committee Discover that the Bulldozing Vas by Radical Negroes. How Affidavits "Were Manufactured by Wholesale in the Custom House. The Republican Seriously Uneasy Over the Florida Deielopnients. The Can Yassir Board of that State Will Recount tho Vote To-Day. Thirteen Lives Sacrificed in a Burning Convent in Quebec, Canada. WAJniXGTOX SEWS. fron J a KaCled Speenlallou on Florida Conklins'A fonn.e. llSy Telegraph to the Sentinel. "WAfntNGTO, Dec. 23. Cronin, of Oregon, made two attempts to deposit his retirrn to-day with Vice President Ferrj. but could not find him. He will be introduced to morrow by Senator Kelly. TUK PIX. KID A CASK. Both parties are waiting for Florida....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 December 1876

THE' INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, DECEMBER 27, 1S7G. o WEDNESDAY, DECKMUER 'X riDixiTY to wtrvv. The question wbJcb at this critical jurelure in public affairs dt mands consideration may be put in this form: What are tho duties of citizens who realire the fact that by a rngular gy-tero of fraud their rights a freeman are endangered? TLere Is a wide difference of opinion in regard to what duty imperatively demand. We are not willing to dismiss the fact that republicans a well as democrats and men who eonfew to no party allegiance, are equally interested. A reign of despotism in this country will not ultimate in the wellbeing of any cla.- of citizens. Fraud in the long run can not be made to puy. In the discussion of such question tlere ongbt t be entire unanimity. The people, without regard to party, ought to be in perfect accord. This, however, is not the cane. A great majority of the radical party uphold the fraudulent practices of the managers of the party. They excu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 December 1876

CHILDS PLAY. He Didn't Play it Very Fine Though He Ran Away with Another Man's Wife, For ho Forsook Wife, Children, Home, Business, anil Imputation for 11 U Josio. Another Domestis Drama, Illustrating tli9 Susceptibility to Temptation of People High in Church Circles. Placed Before the Audience in Three Acts, With Overture, Prologue, Epi opje, and AH the Accessories. Introductory Otertnre. 'One woe cloth tread uton another' heels o faK they follow. ' .Shake. The Sentinel I? v.ul sure whether the quotation 13 precisely correct, but that is about the eieofit." All day long yesterday Rumor with her myriad tongue related and reiterated tin startling tale that Mr. John A. Chill, a well known insurance luati. and senior member of the firm of Child A. Swain, bad gathered together his worldly etTects and decamped from the city, itcconipanic! by Mr Robinson, a young married wniuui und a niece of Mr?. Child. fiuh !w ttn report whiiii was whispered about all day, but the hero of the romance ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 December 1876

TIIE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, 187G. 4 WEDNESDAY, DKCKMBER 27. The Springfield (Ma..) republican is not taking .stock in the Hajes conspiracy. It is liiere t that Morton's heart and kidneys have changed places and fum-tin. Tike Hertford (Conn.) Times says that Tilden and Hendricks can not Ix? counted out. Tihlen's popular rcpfonty id what make the rods feel that the cause of the conspirators is weak. The New York World says "good rota 'should awmnae leadership." Ye-?, if they are brave. Ptgota has a civil war alout religion, ltegota we hare the prospect of a war about the devil's doing The New York World tells of somebody ,ftved by a woman's love, bur never mentions black pepper. K. B. (Returning Poard) is not doing a thriving business ia his effort to bribe sonthern statesmen. Den Butler want a new election in May. May heaven deliver us from any more, returning boc.pl rascJitlcs. Perry rays he can't "let the country go to 'the dogs." He 'prefers Hayes ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 December 1876

TIIE 1XD1AXA STATE SENT1NRL, WEDNESDAY MOliNINU, DECEMBER 27, 1870. 5 THE MOODY MURDER. Prores of the Trial of the Jones-Tel liver Gans at Bloomington. The Principal Criminal. Ilent Jone, I Placed I'pon the Ktnl and Ulm IIIm Verolon of 111. Proceeding on Ihe Fatal MshU P.loomimitos, Ind., Iec. 20, 1870. A mass of impeaching and rt butting ' evidence lias been introduced in thi Jones-Tolliver investigation which would be uninteresting to the general reader, and will not be retorted. The statements of three of the defendant. Tom Tolliver, Parks Tolliverand Iiee Jones, are also uninteresting, as details as to bow a man did not commit a murder always are. They put in a general denial. Aa Pent Jone is the supised leader of, and, according to Lowery. made the plans for. the coasbirators his testimony will be sufficient. THE rUCIPAL CRIMINAL. IViit Jones being put upon the stand, said in substance: Kli lxiwery has worked for me oiT ahd on for four years. I never had any conversation with h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 December 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MO KNING, DECEMBER 27, 1S7G. -no m; liv Y IfK-V. f. M. r. riATT. When will Um Co wer gi-ow there? I can not til? Oh, rmny a-nd many n rnln will beat there flrsi, Ftorrny and dreary, snch as nsver f 11 tU hn tile heart waa breaking, that bod nursed Sommlng most dear a little while, and then Munaaiw! at giving CnS his o u again. TT- wood ww full of violets, I k now; And oroo wifu sweet briar rew so near the Their tinlol not yet conic. Dad leaves and snow Must cover flr-t tho dar'lm? ll'tle f ce From t'.iese wet eyes, forever tlxed upon Your i.,t stili cradle, O must precious one! 1 lc no', with M father? Ko I fust. Is In? n his? Was ho not alo mine? LIL. r,er'' empty arm would yearn toward tU-sdust; Hiiv.m lies too hhih, the soul N too divine; I wtk- r. ntelit and miss him fioni my breast. Ami-human worUlcaa never say the rest. f-p.dr But out of tbo world, out of my n'zht? ly wiv tu hitu through utt r ilarkuo?) lies; J :mi t'.' n ! b 1ml wiih weep...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 December 1876

TIIE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDXESDA V MOiilvilNÜ, DECEMBER 27,1370. Foil TIIK t.AniES. Citri tUMf. . 17 1D( T: KKMENT HOtTSE. II baby died la-st night, 0 'damp and hungur arid Co'd It 1 there i:b it preity Ieo All wan and while ,md old ; I he u inoaning Cih-s, In its piucued ups quiver, And I prayed that Uod would curse the rieb i'or jver and lumvt r. N ay, do not shake your head And look bona kI hurt; You never had a baby die Of hunger. colJ, and dirt: You nevrr wmiIoomimI to live With spn' nd gasping breath, In a tenement house wbo-e rotteu wall Reek üb i be Hui of death. I you thlnfc I was always thus Ho pinched and poor and pale? Why. at j oarage. sw.et lat'.y, 1 wu stro:i ;ia i ro-y ii l mile. No burden came bard to rue tben. And lift was tjkirl' us song; And my soul. Ilk- a harp In perfect tun, Gave melody ail day loug. And now I'm all alone. With lit- lther a hope nor a goal: And the future ood kuown, for I don't care W hat bi'cotiien of my -cull Tbi re 1 uever a hauti to h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 December 1876

8 TIIE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, 187G. CHEAPEST! Seal Cloaks, Hink Sets, and Other Furs, We are selling to-day, j-osi lively at Lei than it Cost to Mar" cttire Them to Close out ..xk. 10 0 Sample Cloth Cloaks flouhaud Fl in, bought at a great sacrifice, wilina vny Wifaji tocbiw out. ALL OTXIKIt tXO.lKN Miirkl lli,i:UDown to Cost. All I5e:iuIaü Null At "j per cent. Ish than Cost. HOLIDAY "PRESENTS ! "h.-ap and Appropriate, In Every Department. Unheard of Barvalrn lr Wik.I hiiJ IMIKIY vSiZ.UVJLS! L. 5. AYRES & CO., FISArirLÄNDCÖMMERCIAL OXET AD THF. MARKETS. OKKJCU OF THE ISDL-VSAPOLIS SENTINEL, 1 Tl'fHDAY KVKNINR, DeC. 2ö, 1S7G. I Finanrlal atTilr are reported in loiit the same condition as ha distinguished the market for Mime time ist. Currency without being superabundant is in su.ttcletit supply to m.vt the rnlrementa of legitimate business enterprls.a.nd the banks are meet! ng the demand of the customers in all easts where BNuim and collat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 January 1877

v . .. .. c INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOPvXING, JAXUAliY 3, 1877. VOTj. XXVI, XOf:!0. WHOLE NO. lS8r. 1 CJA -7 V üf'i . " y . a ' . i - ,"k A4i fc. , T y H 11 f! . T:J J 1.1 11 I . J t 's Li 9 v . THE FLORIDA HBHT l - - - v Some Light Thrown Upon tlie Ilartical Swindlo '. 5 There. The Congressional Committee Will Agree that the State . i is Tilden's. K)Teriior I,insoii, of New York, DeliTrs His liiuural j Address. In Which Ho Takes Firm Griund Against Kspublican Usurpations. Tho Situation in Nonr Orleans Not Materially CLangcd Yesterday. Developments in the Coroner's Inquest Upon the Victims of the Ashtabula Horror. Sorrttthirg Yery Like a Deadlock and a Possible Failure in the Eastern Conference. A BUDGET Of M;MS IKOM WASH IXUTOX. IIeIl0K9M RequeM Tbe InreUatliic Committer, ete. By Telegraph to the Hentlel.l WAsniNotos, Jan. 2. Senator Jon, of Florida, ha thrown confide rable liglt on the electoral count in that st&te and the ras calities of the returning board. When the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 January 1877

TILE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKXING, JAXUAKY o, 1877. WEDNESDAY, JANUAIiY 3. 1I1E t IXCZ.ATI CMtETTi: AM I TS CIIAKUK r DKJIOfBATIC I'KAl'D. Tbe Cincinnati Gazette, with an irr pudence sublime fur its audarity, vt i.turto a chaw ü.at New York an! ludanu were carried for Mr. Tilden ty fraud. As to the former state "Little Johnny Paveni-ort," an authority that 53 considered very high with radical.-, says positively that the election in New York was fairly conducted. Th! Pavenport.is a radical appointee to the oöice of inspector of elections and wa-s elected be- " cause of his peculiar sharpness ar.d his evident litness for an office of the kind named. Tiie Cincinnati Gazette Las a very select circulation, confined principally tu a few old 'citizens, male and female, who live priucipidly in and around Cincinnati. Its principal business is to prevent these old ladies from losing respect for the radical party, and It therefore soothes the old folks on a weak sort of gruel with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 January 1877

THE INDIANA ST-AtfE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING," JANUA11Y 3,. 1877.' 3 DIraeli Inttfdrcvd iho "Exupna of India' Ulli. 2". French election of delegat'.. Servian Sitiitia call U out. 'I. HnLin troops en'ered KhoUand. 24. Winston arresti U iu I.-uaioii. 21. Success of the Ali-loiisisij in Spain. Political distill ba cm In Mexico. US. Dvn Carlos Ibid from J-paln; end of the Curlhi war. M AKCTI. 1.. EaltleofDibra, Turkey; Turk defeated. Revolution in Mexico mbsiilin:. . 4. KhokniiO loiinaM.v annexed to Russia. Don Carlo, ai rived In KikI:ith'. 5. Com. reueo of Tür and rebels ut Ctttinje. 6. Brent arre-di-d nt Qurotistown. K. Meeting of th- rimiiir of depot If at Pari. AmneMy of tlie arli-t.s proclaimed. War proclaimed baivt on J ipun I Coiia. Ii. J.elupH. ukc n by Mexicn rebels. 1.1. V ritCiuz, Mi iiro, l-..ie;.-o.. .Ii. Nine f.ulti es hi Imdoii. 15. Industrial cxpo-iilon opened at Kioto, J pan. Knd of Hie Goreiiti-Jup-inet-e wnr. lit. Vatican university c.o-sed by the Italian governmen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 January 1877

5 3VEDNESDAY, JANUARY S. HL.KK, BLU'UER, BLACHIAT. This notorious divine (?) is again tip for criticism, lie has camel an odiou aud ujmt prominence. Ilia reputation i.s be- j mica.-ed by acts, the recital of which rorajwlo iloc-nt people 1o han their heads in confusion. If this rich and portly dispenser oi "LUck rapper" divinity had conbe-rted to retire to obscurity, the Hentintt would have ti content to let him severely alor.. Thi how ever, fs not Iiis programme. Lie baa dote rminid to earn a still wider and tili more odious notoriety. We conclude the vonnVjkT, with the slime of hi.s lechery el'ngivug to his hands and hi, soeil, waaw to continue the gospel busine. Ficture him at the communion table. bmAin bn.sd in oornraemordtiOTt of the ps.von and d-ath of Jesus Christ. Look at his tyvs ad tLoy rest noon the female pyftion of the congregation, overflowing with the drool of unholy paosioa. Look ijt his arms, and think . of whom they have embraced and where. This divine wauts to bap...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 January 1877

TIIE IXDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3, 1877. FA UM AM Hüllte Cobtstaiki? for Fodpkr. Cornstalk are 1 eatable, from the gmuii I up. There are imvny kind of improved cutting boxes with revolving; knives that are gruel cutters of eorn3talks. Cut enwi'li to till a tub half full; putin ab. tketof bran or half a bucketful of corn meal, ami mix with the cut ft.ük.H. Wet the ma-s and add a handful of alt. Ptir up well, and leed it to one prown ar.liaal or two yearlings. This is about the bulk for one feed to le viven every night andmornlns. Under mch a diet cattle, hcrn.fi, calv, colts or mules will do well. Tower catting boxe., to run with horse power or engine, cost iföU to Jl.V) each, according to capacity, but a 15 or $X) rutting Los, hand power, 'performs a lar; amount of work in a day, and if tperated steadily by one man will cut enough fur nearly 1) htad. Many farmers never ut up their cornstalks at sit. They trim off the top and hull the blades, but leave the sla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 January 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARYS, 1877 0 Fortlie rentlr.e. " THE tlllt 1ST. BT WM. FORSYTH. ta tbo hlll of Judea l.i the aaCient days. On thi moonlit hills There wm songs of rejoicin3,there wee songs tof rralso , And ar-jellc trills. By thos'-ica-n of Jorda:, y gleu rd t!'aIa werxsoiai; Yea -songs In fiigMs, And thr floors of heat, en were, broken ami ihlnlng throngi Carue Jiio JoSs lights. I-tke th 3 Koiiml ottihe storm, like dyrng winds, .like st: earns 0 silvery sound; Willi the rusblna; of -wings, with harps and gulden gleams For the t.re was found. For a star hvJ arisen oVr Pal'1rio, TheHrkl of the Lord; A star th it fVr o'er the raifh should thine, " FulrilR'.ig thj word. In kdf n dar srae the proifhets with tongues of fame Of r0 Christ to be, And the prer hecles eud und the words fulfillment ctruo To el I men frt-'e. For they were groveling In Kin on earth forlorn. In Kin and shame. And for Inl", for the cleansing of men, was He bom; Tu the world Ueramo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 January 1877

THE IXDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHN JNG, JAN U ATI Y 3, 1877. For the sentinel. SABBATH IX THE WEST. Pc; lea led Ihe Rev. J. I Wnimon. BY JOHNS. KEID, KSQ. NhrhtaFnb'emantlelii the tatern t-ky Gave sign that Morning, fiom her silken ccnrh, Had woke from sleep, and, dfck'd in nillos, Had Joined bright Phoebus in his goiden car, And bursting wide the rat of ebon ((loom, J-lanhed on the earth a !lool of lucid Hunt, Bright as that morn when young matlen rotte la life and tx-auty neath Jehovah's band. Iwas Sabbath morn, blest day for wem lt d man. Viie i from afar, o'er hill and lowly vale, Ito.e nature's anthem lo Jehovah' praise. Sweet was tu wild tird" note s from the bough Of lofty elm he poured Iii. tuneful strains, .While'far beneath the w ild bee humni'd Its drone, As swift from flower to flower along It roved. 7h) sportive squirrel leapt swift from branch to branch, And cracked Its nut, ns not afraid olman; Ihe plouph-boy's whistle, and the milkmaid's song. Now both were s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 January 1877

TILE INDIANA STATU KKNTINEL, WEDNESDAY 3I0KNING, JANUARY 5), 1877. 8 At tits close of another year we again ' lave lie pleasure of heartil j tiankhg our countless Patrona aud Prien&3 for the tmnumbe cd favors received t win the year that is dead, cd in connection therewith to announce that we are in the midst of 'tctive reparations for the tusnal Olosing Out Silo previous to invoicing. In a day r bo the procera of marking every article in the Etora down to exactly Net Cost vill lavo boo i completed, arl the annotmcenent rr.afo. In the neant me we are offering i oods in every department as low, and ome articles infinitely lower, than any other house in city or state, and cordially invite friends from. city and country to call and Bee ns'. A Peaceful and Prosperous TTew Ybdi to all. L. S. AYRES & CO., INDIANAPOLIS. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL MOET AMI THE MARKETN, TursKAT Kv-uung. Jan. 2, 1877. ' Local financial ffairs are quiet. The ttank re "pa'salnjc a conserva...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 January 1877

iff VOL. XXVI, NO 21. INDIANAPOLIS, 'WEDNESDAY MORNING, 10,1877'. TVTIOLE NO. 1886. T n I w V v I ) A FAMILY FIGHT. The Louisiana Trouble to He Settled Without Federal Aid. Hicholls Quietly In Possession and No War or Fighting Yei A Cabinet Session and a Cameron Order on the Southern Situation. Father Taft Finally Gets Out His Annual Keport for 1S7G. Yexatiously Contradictory Stories As to the Bennett-May Duel. Tie Only Undoubted Fact Being That a Meeting Took Place in Maryland. Commodore Vanderbilt's Other Children Wiil Contest the Will Unbss William H. Whacks up Liberally. CRIST MAI. Tne touventiou TeMerday Hurt Him Terribly. By TvWraph to the Sentln.4.1 Washington, Jan. 9. The president has ie-n iaad and crusty ail day, his friends fert. hi nee reading the account of the meetings ye?terday in Ohio, Indiana and b. re, and is especially enraged over the . js-H lutions declaring him personally re-son-s-iMe for the confusi m and usurpation in stare governments of the south. He looks ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 January 1877

THE PNDIAXA STATE SENTINEL., WEDNESDAY MOKNTNG, JANUARY 10, 1877. "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY LEGISLATION. Tad legislature of Indiana is again In maaion. The lower house is republican; the Senat Is democratic; on joint ballot the legislature Is republican. The fce.ssions are biennial, and by the constitution limited to iity djys. It is fair to assume, that in point of abijity, the members of the fiftieth regular seion of the general bSM-nibly of Indiana are fully and fairly avera pre. T1ey are here to adranoo the prosperity ef the state, to enact wise aud wholesome laws and to repeal or modify such statutes as experience has shown to be defective. Notwithstanding the sections are brief, they are sufficiently extended to enable the members to accomplish much for the promotion of the public good. The public pood, however, Is not always to be measured by the number of bill passed. On the contrary, it is too often found that the larger the nnmbcr of acts the less is th public benefitted. Too mu...

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