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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 January 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOUSING, JANUAJIY 16, 1878. GEXERAL TELEGRAMS. Th American Dairymen's Association Cleveland, Jan. 10. This was the third day of the American dairymen s association The morning session was opened with a gen eral discussion of Mr. llorrs speech oi last evening, afler which the following resolu tions were offered by Mr. J. II. Ileal, of Philadelphia: Resolved, That a committee of tl be appoint ed to organize a dairy fair, to be held at some central point, durlDg the present year. Resolved. That wtid committee hall have full power to select the place, raise funds, pay j-T.-miums and make all tue arrangements necessary to tne fullest success of the enter prise. liesolved, Tnat the wild committee shall adopt rule for Its government and have-the power to fill the vacancies In its own membership. The resolutions were carried, and C. W. llorr, Harris Lewis and J. II. Real! appointed to select the committee, with the following result: T. D. Curtiss, of Ut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 January 1878

THE INDIAXA STATE SEKTESTEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1G. 1878. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1. Axxa Dickinsos is going on the stage mgsin, this time in an original comedy. The prince of Wales has a new title conferred by Gladstone. It is 'Trince Ubique." At a Connecticut wedding recently both bride and groom were over seventy years of Ik seven days the mayor of Philadelphia granted licenses to fifty-seven pawnbrokers, nd the end is not yet. Ax economical New Ham pshire father sued his daughter's lover for $300 for room rent, fuel and light fcr four years' courtship A corns fall of bricks was found lately in the Union cemetery, Brooklyn. The supposed corpse held a life insurance policy, hence the bricks. The new king of Italy does not suffer for lack of names. At present he writes Humbert Renier Charles Emanuel Jean Mario Ferdinand Eugene. A New Hampshire farmer drank cider Tfhich had been drawn through a lead faucet. He was dangerously poisoned thereby, and has sworn off on c ider. Admiral...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 January 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MOBNTNG; JANUARY 1G, 1878. 5 XLV. CONGRESS. SE5ATE. )rtunr or the utcn iSaalters Being ronght fe Bear Against the Silver C1I1 Petition Reflations, Etc. "Wasuixgtox, Jan. 1 4. The memorial of the New York chamber of commerce for a law to equitably adjust errors in assessment and collections in duties on imports, and petitions of bankers, merchants and others of New York favoring the repeal of the bankrupt law, were presented and referred. Mr. Davis of Illinois presented a petition of 400 bankers and business men of Chicago in favor of retaining gold as a single standard of value and against the repeal of the pecie resumption act. He spoke of the high standing of the signers of the petition, but said that, in his opinion, their views were entertained only by a very small S'rcentage of the population of that city. also presented the proceedings of the meeting held at B'.ooruibgton, Illinois, his place of resident", in favor of the remonetization of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 January 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTIXEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1G, 1878. c iri boso. BY M. V- HANTA. What's tue good of life's enduring, Striving, grieving, hopes alluring. While all files us in pursuing, Like the mirage o'er the sand ; A the Arab sees green palm grove s, Hy blue waters as he roves, Preceding and eluding, as he moves, So the hopes and Joys of man. 'With the Spaniard grave we query, As life's disappointments weary. Darken hope with storms so dreary. Of life's total "what's the good?" Since the voyagers beside us, Care so little what betide or, For our very woes deride us. Why hold up and breast the flood? Hope's delusion comes in childhood. When It fires the tho'ts aiid heartblood, With such radiant dreams of rare good. Wnen youth's stature shall le won. Half the beauty of its sunrise, Falls unheeded ou their child eyes, Out of calmest, loveliest skies, Never prized 'til it is done. So tne youth, the boy or maiden. Nigh contemptuous of the allien Of lire's morning, llower la...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 January 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, ."WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1G, 1878. 7 SILYER MONEY. Something to the Point oh the Silver Question. Wall Street Letter to tbe New Tor It Graphic. From the origin of money, silver has furnished the greater part of the coin of the world. This fact demonstrates its superior fitDess. With a small exception, it is now the money of the world. The greater majority of mankind in all civilized countries receive their wages, weekly or monthly, and expend thern in numerous small items in the support of themselves and families. It is equally, with gold, made money by the Constitution. Hamilton, one of the wisest statesmen and soundest financiers this country has produced, advocated silver equally with gold. Our statutes, down to 173, made the silver dollar tbe money nnit of tbe nation and a legal tender for all debts. Every bond the government Las now out is by its very ternis, and the clear words of the statutes under which it is issued, payable, at the option of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 January 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 1878. 8 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL MOSEY THE MARKETS. OrriCEOF THE IPIAXAPOLIS SEITrKEL,) Tuesday Evesinö, Jan. 1 , 187s. I The local money market has ruled very quiet during the week closing with to-lay. The demand for loans 1 fair, and as a general rule but lit.le trouble Is experienced In negotiating first class paper at the ruling rates fK per cent. Eastern exchange la in only fair request, and sales across the counter are made at 1-10 premium. INDIANAPOLIS CUEARINO HOCSI. Clearings Balances. Wednesday. January 2 f-K5.UH) $15,000 Thursday, January 3 Frlrtav. Junnarv 4 IJSO.UOO iU.OlO 65,000 35.000 &0,oou 52,000 f. uw 74.01)0 53.000 54,000 .... 2.v.eo avi.ooo 31,11110 VOO.lMO ITiO.OOÜ iK:i,noo .... 2,000 2.).l)ii0 -JS1.0Ü0 Saturday. January 5. .f rirwl.lV- .lAnunrv 7 Tuesday, January 8 "Wednesday. Jauuary Ü Thursday, January 10.. Fnc ay, January u.... Satnnl:iv. Januarr 12. Monday, January 14 Commercial. The gen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 January 1878

.A n & a INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUAUr 23, 1878. VOL. XXVII NO 23. WHOLE NO. 214. . A 1 1 i 1IOPE OX, HOPE ITVXB. BT OIBALD If AäbKT. Hop on, hop ever! though the day be dark, Tu. sweet sunburst may snille on thee tomorrow; ... Though thou art lonely, there's an eye will mark , . Thy loneliness, and prnerdon all thy sorrow; Though thou must toil for cold and sordid men. With none to echo back thy thought or love thea. . Cheer up. poor heart 1 thou dost not beat In vain, For heavenly consolation beams above thee, Hope on, hope ever. The Iron may enter In and pierce thy rou!. But can not kill the love within thee burning; The teals of misery, thy hitler dole. Can never quench thy true Heart's seraph yearning For better thines; nor crush the arduous trust, That error from the mind shal be effaced. That truth shall dawn, as flowers spring trom the dust. And Love be cherished where Hate was cm braced I Hope on, hope ever! I know Mis hard to hear the sneer and taunt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 January 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNDTG JANUARY 23, 1878. - WKDNESD tY, JANUAUY SS. VICIOUS LEGISLATION IS OPPOSITION TO PUUVIDCSCE. To men of reflection, honest men, statesmen in the largest anil broadest sense, say the business nd financial eiubanrassnients thai bare cursed this country for a series of years bare been the most difficult problems that they were ever called upantoeolve. They have given rise to arguments of a wider range, to anxeties of a keener edge, to sophisms of the most polished mendacity, and to -exhibitions of selushnes which, overleaping all honest boundaries, have sought to atrengthen its coarse by legislative frauds and official villainy. It is everywhere accepted as an axiomatic proposition that if harvests are abundant general prosperity is the rtsult. If. seedtime and harvests come at the appointed time, if there id no widespread blight or mildew, no conr?8 sweeping over a country, that peace and oratentmeat will follow, aid the general welfare of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 January 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY fOIlNING. JANUAIlY 23, 1873. FARM. AND HOUSEHOLD. WnAt GaArBs to Vlast To re qtlent inquiry wlmt rp ret out for a moderate family, suppir, lue answer would be most afely conti. ed "lo old, well, p'ovtd fcoris, at luodera'e price; sy the following for i-iicct-sion in np?nine: Hertford. Prolific, D.-laaar , Creveiipp. Concord, Lh'ana, Carawra More extended lists will enibrac Adirondack, lotm, It-b'OC", liaxa'awney, I-raeJIa. Atfiwsm, Wildtr, etc ; and those who can pay hiKner prices may add several of the newer and promising 'auris, ai Urighton, ldy Washington. Lidy, etc. Staütiso VorTABLE8 Those who hare the appliance sloii d remember that they caaLavn möi.-hes and young lettuce ear!yjn February, hysowins in hot leis at tnii time, should the winUr not be Urnbly ro!d. T.veiy good gaidrner however, thould by this tinie, if the weather permit.-, have hia com poet heap'pr. pired for hext spring's me. There is alwayrMiiicthinit to doahout a well cired...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 January 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINELS WEDNESDAY MOBNTNO, JANUARY 23. 1878. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23. Hates, though a presidential fraud, the creation of perjury, will hardly dare to re to the nlrer bill. Wirte Mile. Titiens, the prima jbnna, died, she measured ninety-eight inches around the waist. Last year the school taxes' of Ohio were $11,000,000. For the accommodation -of the pupils 49G buildic gs were erected. Dufttwa the month of December there were 52 failures in Boston. The aggregated liabilities were $3,19T,300; the assets, '12,370,C00. Akt man who has one grain of sense can ; cot fill to eee that the silver dollf.r of 412 grams is to 'be renKinetizedand 'neade a legal teaier. . Walls, the colored ex-ccngressman frtra Vlorida, has been declared by a commission a lunatic, and is to be confined in a public yluai. .. I Wisconsin there are Hwenty crlllion acres of arable land which have never been -plowed. Much of it is splendid for eadow land, and tht remainder is good for tanning. A co bt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 January 1878

THE ISTDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNINGK JANUAHY 23, 1878. GENERAL' I'KLEQRA.MS. rnll Text f I'n till Offerel by SIi Yesterday. "WAsnisoTox jan. 21 The following is a lull text cf ije concurrent resolution submitted t th.e tenate by Mr. Beet tday: "Where u u of tbe highest Importance In tbe present depressed eoidltionof the industries r,f the people tbat taxation should be reduced to tho lowest point consistent with a latrlnrul discharge ot the obligations of an economical administration of Us aflairs; and Whereas, The secretary of the treasury, In Iii estimates of the sum to tx provided by the present congress, includes f37,l!i,U4i to be applied during tbe next flwal tear in the purchase of United täte bonds, under the provisions of the acts of February 2, and July 14, 1S70, providing for a sinking fund for the extinction of the national debt : and Whereas, The la.t secretary, in his annual report to the Forty-fourth congress, in UtCember, 1ST, ohöwed that up to July 1. Ifcö...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 January 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MOHNING, JANUARY 23, 1878 0 ANSWER TO QUI BONO, SB-, JAS. 0. Let as work more la tbe present As we Journey oa 11 e's way, Iy king still fo'soru thing pleasant T be nenl M every day. Looking oa tba things of others. How we may their Ufa Improve, nere a tone, und thore a briar. From a brother' aih re mo re. Stoop to lift a fallen s'rter; Wipe the tear from obiUnood'aeyo; Teach the little ones of Je-os, Waiting not for by and by. So we f.liow la III frotsteps Who u earth (111 naught bat good. This the use of Hl' enduring This why we thould breast the Cood. Bearing thus another' harden, Lfeaviug ours for Ulm to beer, "We shall, find our hope's irultloa Than our fairest dreams more fair. Waheah conductors make an average run of a thousand niika each week. Franklin Democrat: The hüanclngof the books of the Franklin gas company shows a ln to the oompauy last year amounting to JJ6Ö2 62. Clarke Connty Record : The aggregate expense for relief to pojr in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 January 1878

TID3 INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WDNESJLiv- IOIINTNG, JANUAHY 23, 1878. siiumcipai. ixinro.vft.ss. The Aelal Ce CanirM- Piper t J ttert I. I'orur, wT htrittf, t'outlaaeU CrowiU ! Loral Indebted The main feature et fh annual meeting Of the American sociil science congress", which was held at ttislon, January 9. wag a paper on ilie growrh of municipal and ttateiudeh'td ieain the United S;au-3. Its author. Robert P. Porter, of Chicago, addressed, during the summer, inquiries 10 the controller of 150 of the principal cilies of the country respecting the total indebtedness, the aoppfted value and the amount raised by taxation at ihe end of the fiscal Tears 1S(V ami 1S7G. Rtu-nswere received from 130 ci'ies, and an elaborate table has been compiled. In brief, the inquiry shos the following totals: llT3w Municipal debt of 1.10 , cities 5HS,W8 Aws-el vain? of ,,,-Q prop ny of the same 6,I7j,(Ki,18 Annual taiatlou of r. same...... 112. !.,-. Population of tho . fcitiae. .. b,oij,ij 1S63. $221,31...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 January 1878

8 TIIE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOBNING. JANUAIIY 23,' .1878. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL BOXET AND TIIE 3XABKETS. OmcEor ttik IyoiAWAPOi.is Sfntinel,) Tubsdat Evksiko, Jan. 22, 1S7S. I There was great quietude In local financial dreien to-day. The usual banking business was transacted, aud matters moved along In the name smooth way that is always noted in ttysc'ty. Rates of interest remain the same ' a for some t irae pant. Only a moderate demand is noted for eastern exchange, and transactions across the counter are being made at 1-10 premium. ISDIAXAPOUS CXKARINGI UOUSF. Clearings Balances, Wednewlay, January 2, Thursday. January 3 f 15.000 ;a,ox tv,uoo ai.ooo 45,000 50,001 62,000 fiS,0(X) M.coo 49,000 S.OOO 4S..NM 4'),000 85,000 2"J,M 2,J00 Friday, January 4... Batnrday, January 5., 2.W.H00 220W0 Monday, January . ... Tuesday, Jane try 8 Wednesday. January 8.., Thursday. January 10 Hrt,009 2. 1,0)0 232,000 2.')0.l)0 2S1.1XX) 2 SU. 2;,(KiO i,ooo 2iO,iiOO 2Ui,(m S,'0 2X.000 F...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 January 1878

SESATOKVÖORÜEES'SPEECÜ The resoMfon submitted by Mr.Voorhees on the 13th of December, ISt was read. Mr. Vocrhees Mr. President, on the 13th of Decern ber 1 bad the honor to Introduce In this body th following resolution: Itesolred. That It is of the highest importance tkat the financial credit of the government oe maintained, and, in order to do so the government Itself, in all its departments, shoud in good raith keep all Its contracts and obligationH entered into with its own citizens. And in pursuance of a notice then given I nowca:lltup, lor the purpose of discussing the subject to which it relates. The agir-ation of the question of finance has continued without a moment's Intermission from the commencement of our present system until this hoar. Nor is it likely to cease for many years to come. In fact, it will never cease until the people are satisfied that oar vast debt is in process of extinction upon principles of Justice to tax-paying labor, or until, on the other hand, the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 January 1878

which then promised the most abundant yield wan selected for the purpiJ. "It vm the depreciatiu in the value of the Ereclous meUl aud of money, aupponed to already reunited from the new supplier of gold, which made him the conspicuous advocate of the demand that one of the metals noald be demonetized in order to 'redress the situation."' It appeM. thtreiore, that g,ld, eren gold, the very Rod of a tierce idolatry la oar midst at tul time, has com mitted the mtf'iai 01 inunMiia,uu us been cnrsed an-i ct,traclse-t on "that account by the usurers HTV.t mocy chancer an well as its more mode! ccn'panjons, silver ana paper. AnH r nnw h,n ihe ureclous raetala threat ened to increase beyvi the wishes and inter ests of this class they wouia 09 enrnwuy innnlrincr and arhemin? Into some nlaa by which they could demonetize Kold and silver allfee, and substituted it mondH or Home other scarcer ami more aimcuit crmraouuy w itain as the bai of specie payment and the money in which all tleuta due t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 January 1878

4 0 VOL,. XXVH NO 24. ESTDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30, 1878. IWHOLE NO. 215. 3MU ' tr T1IE SOUNDS OF THE SABBATH BELLS. Oh, no, there Is no flaming hell! Said the Universalis bell; JjooK np to Heaven this holy day. At' end thin church and learn the way; There are no flres, no fiends to blight - The hope wllhln the heart that' right; .No heU! noheU! no hell! no hell! Do well ! do well ! do well ! do well ! Haid the. Unitarian bell: Come here and cast aside your load, Anl work your way along the road, With faith in Uod and faith in man. And hope in Christ where hope began ; Do well! do well! do well! do well! bald the Unitarian bell. Bwell! swell! swell! swf 11! ye waters, swell! JCxcialraed, In peals, the Baptist bell; While faith in t hrist alone can save, Man must be plunged beneath the ware. To show th world unfaltering faith In what the sacred scripture talth; well! well! well! well! ye water, swell! Exclaimed, In-peals, the Baptist bell. . Tare well ! farewell ! bas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 January 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; JÜ.EDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30. 1878. 2 WEDNESDAY, J AX WARY 23. The Africans call Stanley "the little man with much lace." ' J Ik two states, Kentucky and Tennessee, the state librarian? are ladies. - O Saturday gold reached 101 9-16, the lowest point it has reached since 1SG2. Public opinion compelled" the radical council to disgorge the $500 funeral grab. Barxcm Bays that he has sold, since he began his life as a showman, $33,000,000 worth of tickets. IIXte will not dare to veto the silver bill, notwithstanding the Journal' adrocacy of the measure. Thk average salary paid to school teachers in Chicago is f G35, while the common council pays the police force from $SO0 to $1,000. These are forty thousand Italians, more than one hundred and fifty thousand Geruans'and two hundred thousand Irish in Ifew York city. Last week a pensioner of the war of 1S12 as a happy bridegroom. ' The ceremony took place in North Carolina. Mr. Lord started the fashion. At la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 January 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 80, 1878. GENERAL TELEGRAMS. Harriace of Klar Aironsoto lb Princess ereeUea. Madrid, Jan. 23. The marriage of King Alfonso to his cousin, the Princess Mercedes, third daughter of the Duke De Montpensief, was celebrated at Atocha church to-day with great splendor. His majesty left the royal palace at 30 minutes past 10 in the morning, attended by a numerous and brilliant suite. He went in state to the church to await the coaiing of the princess, who, with the Duke and Duchess Montpensier, arrived at 11. The marriage ceremony, with high mass and Te Deura, lasted till nearly one. Among those present were Queen Christina and Kirjg Francisco, the king's grandmother and father; the special ambasadors from France, Austria, Russia and England; the apostolic delegate; the count and countess of Paris; the grandees of Spain, senators and deputies; the foreign ministers, and other dignitaries. Numerous crowds thronged the streets, and enthu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 January 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING JANUARY 30, 1878. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30. rOLITICAI. AÄSOCXCEÄEJiTS. STATE TIC KIT. The nam of MAIILON D. MAKSON, of "Montgomery county, will be presented before Hie democratic state convention for tlie office ot auditor ol state. PATRICK SHANNON, of Vigo county, will te a Ciudldate before the democratic state contention for the offioe of treasurer of state. JOHN J. COOPER, of Mirlon county, will be a 'candidate tor the office of treasurer of täte before the democratic state Convention. WILLIAM O. FOLEY, of Decatur county, will be a candidate for the office of treasurer of täte before the democratic state convention, February 20, 1878. RILEY HOGSHIRE, ol Marlon county. Is a candidate for auditor of state, if tne democracy bave no objection. MAJOR EDGAR HENDERSON, of Madison county, will be a candidate for the office of treasurer of state before the democratic state on vention, February 20, 188. C0C5TY TICKET. R. J. CONNER will be a candid...

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